San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 88, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 1, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
5-Cent Cigar 3 Commorco
West Side Bridge.
3 West Commerce Street
Wholesale and Retail.
Volume VI. Number 88.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 1 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Immense shipments In our Dry Goods Cloth-
ing and Shoe Departments have been opened
In the last few days and many more are com-
ing. This week we are offering Special Bar-
HOSIERY LACE CURTAINS
LinensTowels and Table-Covers.
NOVELTIES IN RUCHINGS SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT 1STHE LARGEST
IN WESTERN TEXAS.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to btiilneii center with belt accommodation!. 8-4 1)
A. A. 4 F. A. BROOKS. ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE.
PENSED ONLV II V SifiySi
SKILLFUL AND EXI'K- i
IIIKNCKD I'll A KM A j
CISTS OF NONE HIT ;
TUB I'UltEST MK1U
CINES AT IMIRTS f
THAT IIHFV COMHKTI
VIIEE TO ANV PAltT
PAKTMKNTOPKN HA V
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 301 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
HIIIIN'S IIINNIIM.'H ATKINHON'H ALPHRI) WUHIIIT'B AND COLtlATE'.S FINEST I'lllt-
i u.mi:." Fiin-n.iM) and in hulk.
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull tui'l boo tho most cleirunt hiiJ expensive SouIh and Mlnerul Water Fountain In tlietftate.
CITY T STORE.
1 I 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carrie the UnreBt stock of fine
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any Iioubo In the State. Storekeeper and heads of famtlleH will do well to make
t heir purchases at thlststabllihmeut. The rolluwInirUieciiCotTeea always In stock!
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
This liousesnppllos Delicious Fresh-Roasted andOround Coffee. ST1IENOTH and FLAVOII
TELEPHONE NO. 1IW. ' 4-0-
STRICKER & ZOPFS
J Ooldand Silver Platlnjr and Bnravlnir Watches'and Clock HepaJrinp- Onlr the most
Rktllod Workmen Employed. Strict Attention to all Uuslness entruitedto us. Office and
worn uooms opposiio uruor jtana
VO. 14 NAVAltllO BTRKKT
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For tin cur nt. Hood and shoes made at prfecsto lull everyone ltcpalrlng while you wait
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 0 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
jWLunoh and Mealslat all houri. Everything terved In Flrtt-Clar Btyle
Follte waiter! In attendance. 7-UMni
A Large Stock of New Goods
Which will boaHold-
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
You can get Bulla of the FINEST IMPOltTED Oil DOMESTIC CLOTHS made tin In the
latest fashion especially to your order at moderate prions by VALENTINE LOHUA. the
Popular Tailor Cuimnci-ce street near bridge. Only first-class workmen employed and the
VAL. LORRA Popular Tailor Commerce St. near Bridge
Tlie regular quarterly change of po
licemen on their beat takes place to-
Ight and for the benefit of the I.ituiT
readers generally and the old-timers In
particular the Kit li published to they
will know where their friends are. Many
of the policemen are newly appointed
and assume these beat for the first
lime. Captain Shardeln the efficient
Chief of Police at will be teen by a close
tuar. knows now lopiaeenit men to no
the mott good and at an executive offi-
cer hit selections show marked ability:
First Itellef Jat. McSerler. Sunset
depot and environs; A. Harris Kast
cotnmeroe atreei; a. uoian. Alamo
plaza and street! east; J. Fltihenry
Fourth ward: I.. M. Matter. Houston
ttreet and ttreett north; A. Hchumacker
jiain ana Aiarkei tireeis; i. nips Alain
plaza and Dwyer avenue (Qulnta
streets); W.Van Alttyne Unitary nlazs
A. Hymen Soledad Acequla ana North
ictjs ttreett: m. uama. Aransas t in
depot and South Floret ttreet; It. A.
Kills welt of Han Pedro and North of
Commerce ttreet; A. Perez wett of San
reuro anu toutn 01 commerce street; i
Heltgen I. and O. N depot and environs.
Second Itellef J. It. llnwens. Sunset
depot and environs: T. Smith Kast Com
merce street; J. 11. Cbadwell Alamo
plaza and ttreett east: Wni. Dickey
ourtn wtru: tv. seuei. Houston
tlreet and ttreett north; C. F. Kroeger
Main and Market ttreett; C. F. Zlegler
Main plaza and Dwyer avenue. (Qulnta
ttreett); J. A. Bennett Military plaza:
J. F. Urown Soledad Acequla anil
North Floret ttreett; J. Wllklnt Aran-
sas Pass depot and South Floret ttreet;
A. Ilrown wett of Saa Pedro and north
of Commerce ttreet; F. Oarzla wett of
nan reuro ana soutu or cotnmeroe ttreet;
MoClellan. 1. anu 0. N. denot and
Mounted It. It. Martinez for dar
uty; A. Coy P. C. Mockert for night
Opening of the Motropolltnn.
The Metropolitan saloon will be
opened to the public this evening at 7
clock under the management of Mr.
Herman I.aux. There will be fine music
and a line lunch tct by I.udwIgMaunoke.
ah oi my oiu patrons are invited.
Sl-KciiL UiiUEit. No. 40. 1 The com.
mandlng officer of the Post or Sun An-
tonio Texas will forward the following
named recruits now at that pott to San
to Fort Clark Texas :
Troon L. Bin cava rv l'H in Ailamltz.
Ed ward Calvert Douglaa C.Tult. August
lllder John S Neate.
z. tne oommanmng olilcer or the Post
of ban Antonio Tens will forward Re-
cruit John 0. llavlt. Company 1) inth
inianiry. now ai mat pott to f ort jio-
3. Itecru It Albert it. Adams enlisted
by the recruiting officer at San Antonio
. . .' " "-""M"" vuiup.iiy u tutu
uy comtuanu ot ur gau er uenerat
Stanley: Qko. D. IU'oulih
Assistant Aujutatii uenerui.
Tbe Orim Monster.
Mr. Luther Williams u young stock trader
ltd rwntly n partner of t'aptalu Turner
died this luurnlng at Iho Hantn ltosa hospital
from typhoid fever. He has lieeu slek about
two weeks and lilt aired mother leached liiiu
Just it time to k us- the dealh dt-w from 1 ii
brow of her djinir hoy. His remahiH ttlll
likely l.o li. li vi) iil In ill former home lor
City Pay Day.
T(-day was pay day for tho employe
city and the Clerk was kept busy this in
disbursing salaries. Of tlio amounts )...
tho following- Is tho total:
MAY 1-HOUIta O THE CI1ANOK UF.N-
Tho Kxocutlvo Committee of Knights
nf Labor at Bt. txuls-IIang-inan'a
Sr. I.OUI4 April 30. The general Im
pression prevails that but Mill trouble
111 ensue from the contemplated de
mand by various trades unions and asso
ciations that after May 1 eight hours
hall constitute a tlav'a work In several
cases. Ktuployers have signified a will-
Ingnetl to grant the demand with a
proportionate reduction In pay. Anil
where tbe demand hat been refused the
probabilities are that but few If any
strikes will occur.
It Is generally expected here that tbe
ofter made by tho Citizens' Committee
to the General Kxeeutlve Hoard of
Knlghls of Labor to attempt lo secure
the re-lnstalement ot striken upon the
railway will be accepted and that the
ttrlke will be declared on in a few days.
Tbe General Hoard met In executive
session yesterday and In the afternoon
were In communication with the Citi-
zens' Committee. 'Ihelr wllllnsnest to
end the strike provided assurance could
oe uau mat me agreement ot 1000 Be-
tween the railway aud Itt employes
wouiu ue ODserveu was expresseu oy
both the General Hoard and tbe Kxeeu
tlve Committee. The proposition made
by the citizens was discussed until an
early hour Iblt morning and an answer
to li wilt ue returned to-day.
CniCAiio April ao. One thousand em
ployes In the tanneries around Chicago
have made a demand for eight hours of
labor after to-morrow.
Tbe Uost & Phillips Manufacturing
company which owns very extensive
planing mills has arranged for an eight-
hour working day with all Its employes
on the basis of eight hours pay begin
ning to-morrow toommiiieet represent-
ing iOOO men employed In the Chicago
rolling mills after consulting with the
owners of the mills reported back to the
men mat tney nave ueciueu lor tne
pretent to continue working on the
ployes of the extensive coal docks
and yards at South Chicago struck fur
an Increase of 2c.ntt per ton for band-
ling coal. At there were teveral cargoea
at the dock waiting to be discharged.
me companies nau no option anu paiu
the men the advance.
lbe great naokers at the Union Stock
larusare me latest representative en
street Cominlssloner'a Department. I.IUT.OO
Boerne Means Business.
Special to tho Light.
OoirtNK May 1. Tbe railroad mast
meeting to be held here tblt afternoon
promises lo be well attended. Tbe citi-
zens of lloerne and the surrounding
euuuiry are siting a uig interest in (ne
thing and the town la ranldlv tilling ud
with those who have come In to hear
wnat will De said. Messrs. M. Heuerman
and L. C. Grothaus of San Antonio and
Cot. Henderson of tbla place will ad-
dress' the meeting which It It hoped
win ao sometoing uenntie towards (liv-
ing lioerne railway oonnectlon with San
First Ilantlst CDIirch: Thera will In rellirl.
us services at tho attovo church to-morrow i.t
baptized at tho night sorvlces. ltev. A. .
Services at fit. l'niirt- Mfitlinril.t Knltvmul
Tbeomcersoftbo L. T. II. of II. will meet
in a. tn.: preaching at u and a p. in. Mack
Women's Christian Temneranco Union
lies' union tiravcrmectlnir!wl!l tidliehl on Mnn.
day 4 p. in. at Mrs. K!ocku's. Laurel street
near pan renro avenuo. ladles union prai lit
siu urana avenuo. opposite Mat crlek park and
ono door from Avenue U. ltegular weekly
tho llautlst Church. All ladles Intf-reMti-d i
thocauso aro cordlallr Invited to attend. Ijl
dies' union prayer meeting on'Frlday 3:30 p.
Methodist Church oi
Hand or Hope at T
Saturday at 3 p
ltll Htn-et Melhr
Church at 8 p. m. Mary M. Clardy President.
Llzzlo Lubbock Becretary
St. James A. M. E. Church cornerot Concho
sua Havana imn eienicos to-morrow I Bun-
day school at 3.30 p. in.: preaching at 3:311 and
There will ho services to-morrow at Mount
Zlon uaptlst Church: ttunday school atBiaua.
in. and at 3:30 p. m. covenant meeting; ntS:3U
p. in. preacning. j ne m.muers are Strugs
hard to raise means to build a parsonage
aro Invited. A. A. Hirers Pastor.
A Stray Shot.
A stray bullet entered the front window of
Mr. A. Muguerza's residence on North Flore
street Thursday afternoon.shatterlng thewln-
dow glass. The bullet in its course smashed
a plaster ornament on the mantel of the room
it entered and was found on the tloor having
spent Its forco. fto one was In tho room at
the time. It Is supposed to have been aostray
bullet fired by soi
San Pedro cri-ek.
sin the direction of tho
la tho District Court this morning a motion
fora new trial of Yungman convicted of the
of cattle aud scntenceC to the penitentiary for
nyo J ears recently was overruled.
Abe Williams who )esterday pleaded guilty
ed seven years In the penitentiary fortbe same.
bis case will be taken up uonuey morning.
Education above all oilier tubllmary
ins. should lit pupils to be American
citizens: to underttand and love our free
overnment and to honor and obey lit
lawt and civil authorities. The high
rolling and plotureique country north
and northeast of the Springs adorned
with everygreent and other shrubbery
and under-growtht now In deep ver-
uure oners many a me ot me nnest sort
for that new academy whote claims have
lust been to zealously blown to nubile
admiration and also for another Institu-
tion for which the academy proposes to
be preparatory viz: A technical Ichool of
high order under a headmatter of un-
doubted skill and ability. There hat
been quite too much mere dream
ing and pretentlout theory In the
old tyttemt of academlo learning.
cohnlcal schoolt combine theorv and
science with art and practical utility.
Studenti are not turned out Into the
world of progrest and new Ideas mere
theorists or vain dreamers but manhood
It to trained and developed that knowl-
edge and skill and practical energy and
ability are united. The great Texas
University Instead of being a monument
to the dead past with ltl llOUOIncome to
professors for but little service In some
notable Instances should have beentup-
piamenteu oy a technics! tcneot or the
very first class. Hut thla wide untrod
den Meld It still left open for San Anto
nio to lean ou in mis grand enterprise
In accordance with modern progress and
Improvement. The region referred to for
the location of these Institutions Is direct-
ly opposite tbe Government hill and Is
ret more eievateu. aan Antonio it tignai-
y favored with mott magnificent onnor-
tunltlet for a sublime desllnv In the van
of progress and honor and utilization of
science and art for our own loved Texas
and the ever-cherished South and tbe
glorious American Union. Where are
tne leading anu nonoreii. citizen! of this
anolent oltr of tuch grand nrestlge and
opening future? Let tbem oome to tbe
tront anu lead tne trusting and ever-
faithful people. It Is a wonderful Provi-
dence to throw those high responsibili-
ties upon our city. Here It a cotmopoll-
aa population itere it no room lor
larrow Ideat or race nreludlcet.
K Plurlbut Ununi "one cemposed of
many" our national motto may be ap-
plied also to the citizens of San Antonio;
we are one people composed of people
of several nationalities. Truth Justice
honor brotherhood the oommon ties of
numsnity rise nign novo geographical
boundaries or even ecclesiastical organi-
zation!. We are one and Indivisible for
the prosperity of our olty and the ac-
complishment of her mission.
TWENTY I SUM IN TKNiS.
ployera called upon to grant an eight-
hour day. They give employment to
between -.'.SOU and 6000 and this after-
noon a delegation will wait upon the
heads of each with the request that they
uopi me eigui-uoursystem alter May l.
The Chicago and Northwestern Kail-
road Company hat etlected a settlement
witn us i.sou tuoptneii near mis city
who demanded an eight-hour working
day. The company grants a nlee-hour
working day with lull par and made
concessions to the men In the matter of
railroad fare between this city and the
shops. The chairman of the committee
representing tne workmen says: "Tne
men have decided to accept the proposi-
tion for the present."
une nunureil ire gut handlers on t he
Grand Trunk Hallroad made a demand
for an eight-hour working day with no
decrease In pay at noon to-day and laid
they would wait for a dtcltlon until
Tbe eight-hour movement wat em
phasized thla morning In advance ot the
day announced for ltt Inauguration. In
uiark urea cz uo.'s lurnuure factory at
oiue isiana avenue anu naoey ttreet.
nicn it taie. ouu men etnmovei having
struck. The men demanded eight houre
work anu ten nourt pay Tne nrm leiu
them that ther could not agree to this.
and they left. The firm lay the factory
win De kepi cioseu until tne laoor ques
tion is nenniieiy seined.
it it ttateu mat nelson at atoms ana
Armour & Co. two of the largest pack-
ers have decided to shut down If the
uetaanui or their men ror eight nourt
are Insisted unon.
rreignt nanatert on me lisuimore ana
Alton ra iwavi nave stonneu work ow
Ing to a refutal to accede to the demand
for eight bouri. So toon at tbe freight
now on band It cleared up the houses
iviti ne cioseu.
At three o'clock this altsrnoon 350 em
ployes of tbe Union Brass Manufactur-
ng Comnany ault work. They demand
ed eight hours work and eight hours
nay. wnicn tne company retutea.
ah me Biumutng inopt in me city
have conoeded eight houri work and
nine hours pay.
Baltimore Md. April 30. The first
public dementtratlon In tbli olty of or-
ganized labor In favor ot the eight-hour
movement took place last night.
monster trade proeetilon paraded the
prlnotpal streets 20000 men participat-
ing. After the parade a mass meeting
waa held at which addretset were made
by 11. J. McGulre. of Cleveland secre
taryoftbe Carpenters' Brotherhood J
J. aicMamare anu omen rue oarnen
tert of Baltimore will demand eight
hours' work at the present pay after
Mar lit. It is expected that a great
sinks win oe me result.
Fort Worth April 30. Some 200 car
pentert of Iblt city have held a meeting
and decided to demand that eight houri
shall constitute a day't work and that
Day snail not oe reaucea. iney aemana
alto tbe abolition of the sub-contraot
system. Their demand! will be tub
mltted to the bosses and builders te
Tho devil of the Liuiit Is responsible for tli
following: What's the dllTercneo between the
Lioiit office and the place whoro tho ark
rested? Oue Is Ararat tno other is nary rat
The complimentary hop to the Misses Wi
as a testlmonal of the esteem borno them by
trends botoro their departure for their fut
residence in Denver Col. was given at tho
Springs last evening the grounds wero tieau
tlfullv lighted un. and as the melodious stralm
of orchestra began to echo on the welkin fain
female forms attended by their gallant
nnr ofthe navlllon. Soon a merrv crowd ol
vmith and beautr was assembled BDd danclnir
and social chat rapidly consumed the hying
Tho'ball was concluded about 1 o'clock.
was Indeed oomplimonUtry to tho beautiful
young ladles In whose honor It was given.
The following Is only a partial list of those
present! Misses Schumacher Delia Torre
woods Helen Kloeppor. Morltz McadameB
WoodB aud McKay Messrs. Harney Kla-rhardt
Jcsaallell Jr. lien llunsaker TbeflFolzJ
Vf. HrelUlng Bam II. Fletcher.
In addition to tho Indorsement of the strlk-
Ingprlnters by the Vulcan Assembly or the
KnlahtSfif Labor tho fallowing will exi.lalu
Itself and show how promptly the advocates of
.rntectlon and encouragement to organized
I emclent labor are falling Into line:
llesolieil That Painters' Assembly No. 3M
in tho basis or tho statement made by the
Management of the San Antonio Dally Times
lo most heartily approve the action of Tyi-
graplilcal Union No. ?' In their conference
with tho Times management.
Iti-tfolw-il. Tlint ui.f-iirilliillv liulfiru. the ne.
lion of the Union in declaring tho Times a
uotHmoii -that we picugu the umon our
truest svmnalliv ami all iiossibln aid in their
COME AND SEE OUR
Immense Display of
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
Tney are Pronounced to be
Laco Canvass Cloth
Fino Novelty Robos
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
w Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commcrsc Street.
?d. That a copy or thes
o seal of tlie isseinlilv.
t he Times nlliiv: also to t he Si-
igograplileal Union and totlie San Anlouli
ipicss nun l.l 1 MX rorpiilillcallon.
II. II.HU.i.iwav M W
I'Ai-i Martin Secretary pro tern.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. llurger who wen mi
lieilatBt Joseph's Catholic church onThu
day last desire to express their silicon
Herlt and Miss Marie Utcosle for tho pleasant
rprlse afforded tlieiit in playing and Bluglui
ary of tin
Walter Ploasants' Card.
lMltor San Antonio Light.
! Your Issue of )esterday rejiortslhat
lb tu 31 plasterers employed bv Chaa I'oe
on the new barracks tlovomiucul Hill have
struck ror shorter hours and higher wages
win you kindly correct this atatomcnl in
your next Issue and let tho publlo know thai
with the plasterers on this contract am
further that no such number of uicii havt
la-en employed In that branch nor will
any such number oo required. Itesiieclfully
Tbe Lightning's Stroke.
A person struck by lightning does not
know it tne uuiu oeing mucu q'licxer
than thought. The nervea which convey
pain are ralher slow In their power to
convey information suck a pin in the
tan oi an eiepnanr anu quite a percepti
ble Interval occurs before the noble anl
mal glvet his opinion ol the man or boy
at the end of tbe nervous system on trial.
i.igntning does lit work nerore tne vic
tim knows anything. Two men were
truck while taking refuge under a tree.
uotn were carrteu into me uoute ana
laid out for dead. One of tbe men re
vived and after weekt of suffering and
iiiuttuiiy uo gut uut again ami I. ami
living. lie laid he knew no more about
having been struck by lightning than he
was oontclout orhavlng lived before the
flood. It wat all newt to him when told
tl the fact.
Definitions ot the Day.
A taking title Pick-pocket.
A dead imitation Catalepsy.
Within an ace of It The king.
Slaves of the weed Gardners.
Always on Ice The polar-bear.
Come to ttay Your poor relations.
Badly stumped Tbe legless veteran
Out on the fly Tbe escaped convict.
Poetical Justice-Killing tbe bad
Old rounders Tbe bands of the clock
A German couut Kini zwel drel
A pair of nippers A cyclone and
" Are you ture be It dead ?" asked th
Insurance agent of the widow of a tie
" Certain of It."
What creef have I of It?"
"There were twenty oarrlagei at hit
funeral that 1 ordered myself."
" How does tnat prove nil death r"
"Ah I sir. you didn't know him.
Tom hid been tbe least bit alive he'
have kicked at the expense sure."
Full Of It.
"Dan they say I've got a good deal of
"Hut talking about vertebra- look at
uariana nan. voy mar. man it ai
cneek." L.ew iork sun.
The leavet of a species of fig of Zanzi
bar are used in that part ot Africa for
polishing wood juii at we employ land-
paper. They Impart a finish however
wnicu tanapaper uoes not.
Linon Finish Lawns
Immense Line Percalr.
On account of Removal to the old Pitt & Meek
stand Corner of Military Plaza and Trevino Avenue
I offer my Entire Stock of
Fancy Shelf Goods Fancy Bas
kets Preserves and Jellies
and all goods in the line of Fancy Groceiies. at
ACTUAL COST I
For the special term of One Week commencing
MONDAY MORNING MAY 3. Would also state to
those oeslrous of purchasing Bargains would do
well to call on the undersigned.
No. 20S Commerce Street.
MTRPa.lSf. WILL WIN.
The oyster teaton now belncrover. Mr.
Frank Starr takes occasion to thank all
his patrons for the liberal trade they
uave eiirnueu uim in me past lie also
takes pleasure In laying that bit oytter
llsh game and refrigerator business bat
ueen to tucceisiui mat ne hat been ob-
liged to enlarge it and to that end hat
leased tbe well-known Vanoe House
which be will hereafter conduct at a
flrit-clasi hotel fortbe traveling publlo
tatuiiie. atiu uay uoaruert. ivoouil lur-
nlsbed or unfurnished with bath with
or without meals can be secured. Per
son! wishing to discontinue housekeep-
ing for the summer will get special ad
vantages me usn game refrigerator
meat and fruit business will be contin
ued ai heretofore only on-a more exten
sive icale with free city delivery and
shipment to all Points. Having this
business In connection with the bouse
insures for the table the finest and fresh-
est In the market. The Vanoe House Is
known to be one of the coolest In the
State In the center of tbe city and linet
of ttreet can to all depott business
points and placet of amusement pass the
door. Frank Starr li no novice In tbe
hotel business at he has been tn that
line half Of his life. Our readers will
And that he will fulfill bit promise to
make It the popular place for ttrangert
families and the general publlo. Tbe
boute will be open for guests Monday
next and Mr. and Mrs. Starr will be
there to greet tbem.
A largo and merry party of San Antonio's
elite socloty young people are picnicking on
the Olmos near tho head of the river to-day
Prom tho largo baskets of "goodies" pretty
girls and young ladles and other Instrumen-
talities of pleasure tho boys started out with. It
ceedlngs will consist mostly of pastry. Tho
party la composed of the following ladles and
Sentlemenl Misses Klla Tobln Ida Vanco
.gnesJean Lola and Oelcst Gaylord. Carrie
Blmpson AlinaOgden Blddle Btcdman Buslo
Bterllng Lillian Ogdcu Molllo Ogden Phoebe
and Charlotte Klllott Mynt andBarah Heed
Adel Itadax and Messrs. Hal Howard John
BUnpsou and Sid James.
This retort will have Its tuniraer open
ing to-morrow aiiernoon. mere win
be mttilo tn tbe afternoon and dancing at
nigut. Admission 10 garden tree.
Gallagher'a latest irivwl fn h hinL
Vou can bur a oonv at th rnllnin
placet : Ernest ltlsche opposite Post-
ofrlce ; C. F. Frommer opposite Court-
i xjamwisrs hook store ana at the
Tht ton Ton nsitxursn!.
Mr. C. Henry takes thla mothnri tn in.
form bit many frlendt and tbe traveling
publlo that be baa fitted np restaurant
at No. 210 Aoequla ttreet opposite tbe
Alamo Cement Company where ha will
reauy to lurnitu nni-ciaia mean at
all houri during tbe day. From an In-
spection of tbe establishment It tl no-
ticed that tbe appointment! an all flnt-
claii. The dining room pantry and
kitchen are all fitted up in elegant and
praotlcal style. Tbe table! will be tup-
plled with everything the leaaon bring!
and polite waiter! are In attendanoe.
A number of Una furnished rooms la
connection with the establishment lm
I respectfully call the attention of tbe
ladlet to my ditplay of Frenoh millinery.
Hatiand bonneti made In tbe lateit
styles and at extremely low figures. A
specialty In mull caps hati and bon-
neti. Give me a trial and tecure perfect
satisfaction. Mux. L PtJut
4-10-0m 43 Alamo Plaza.
Will be paid for a bay white-faced bone
which has eitrayed or been stolen. The
bone It thirteen baadi high black mane
and tall branded CR on left thigh.
Bring bone to thli office and receive re-
um aN Antonio St. B't Co.l
April JI 1880.
During the anmm i... ... '...
Sf Sr.1 t6t0 llne wlu MTe BPriBtT at
10:30 p. rn. except Saturday and Sunday
on wWch days they will run regular till
11 p. m.
xtra can can be had at all houri br
parties wlthlngto remain later.
A. llEurjcaP President.
A Protly Flset for tilt
Containing nearly two acre! of Irrigable
land under a good plank fence a good
well of water; one bouie wltb two rtms
one entrance and galleries: another wltb
two roomi and a ibed and kitchen din-
ing and tenant room planted with a
largi i quantity of shade and fruit trees
shrubberies tuch as roset alteai etoJ
fronting on Labor itreet In the Fourth
ward. Inquire at thli office 4-17-tf
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