San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 116, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 3, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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:r; San Antonio Daily Light.
Volume VI.-Number 1 16.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 3 I 886.
Only $5 a Year
Fans and Parasols.
Our immenso assortment of Summer Dross Goods is replenished
weekly during tlio season by now shipments and the latest novelties
ire added to our already woll-soloctod stock of White floods Natn-
woks JIuslins Iiuwns Organdies I'orcalcs l'crcalincs Ktamlnes
and Canvas Cloth.
; LACES AND EM BROIDERY ;
We carry the largest stock of Uoigo-Oolorod Egyptian Orlonta
n white cream and bolgo-colorcd in Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o match at prices lowor than lino goods generally are sold.
(Ve are ahead of all competition
gards prices quantity and stylos.
We offer tlio greatest bargain! In fancj
good! aa well as In the staple lines.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Tens
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to buain
enter with best accommodation.
A. A. k F. A. BROOKS. ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORHER DRUG STORE.
I'UNBHll ONLY IIY
SKILLFUL AND CXI'R-
HIKNCED fit A It MA
CISTS OK NONE HOT
CINES AT PHIOnS &
THAT UKI-V cujirisi i- y
KKEE TO ANY PA11T
WMesalB ana Retail Drnggists anil BisDensing Pharmacists
302 and.304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores.St. San Antonio.
LUlllN'8 ltlNNELL'S ATKINSON'S ALVItHI) WUIOIIT'8 AND (X)LOATE'8FINEST PEK-
' .ruMi:s iiottli;d and in hulk.
Mako no mistake. -Tho Corncr;rrUK Store))!
I. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull and boo tho moat eleirunt utij ciiieuHlvo Sodit ami MInorul Water Fountatn In tho Btato
CITY T STORE.
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries tho lar-cest stock of lino
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of" any house In the State. StorekeeHr and licmls of families will do well to ml
"thelrpurchaiiesattliUeiitutjIlslinieiit. Tho lolliiwlugnirenltotrecsalwai a in stock:
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
Till house supplies Delicious Fresh-Roasted and (1 round Coffee. 8THENOTII and FLAVOlt
TELEPHONE NO. 11W. ' -l
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Work Uoums opposite Uroos Hank
NO. 14 NAVARRO STRKRT.
p. w. McAllister & bro
101 101 AND t05 I. ALAMO t. COR. VILUTA
AM ANTONIO TULA
We are Wholetalo and Retail Dealers la Austin
White Lime Best Brandi of Dark llosendalo and
Imported English Portland Cemeuti Plaster o.
Parti and Long- Goat Hair and would ask you tc
Call or write ui for prloee before purehaalni elie
where. Please mention this paper.
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For an easy fit. Hoots and nboes innde at nrlceso suit everyone Itcpalrlnir whllo you wait
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent .
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables
F. BIHHANO. . A.HAMPBL
uysters ximn. ana came.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8trects
MV-Lunoh and Meals at alt hours. Everything served In Flrst-Clus 8tv
rollte Tf altera In attendance. 7-irt:
TWAIN MADE ONE.
OROVER CLEVELAND AND FRANCES
FOLSOM JOINED IN MARRIAOE.
Quiet Wedding and a Hasty Depart-ure-The
Dears go to Doer Parle.
Maryland-Moat Sent up for
n yenr Connlptioua
WismsdTON June 2. The marriage
of l'r.ildent Cleveland and Miss Fran-
cis Folsom was duly eolomnlzed In the
blue room of the white house this even-
ing at 7:15 Dr. Sunderland performing
the ceremony. In the pretence of the
following witnesses: Mrs. Folsom Her.
William i;ieveiana miss leveianu.iurs.
lloyt the president's sisters; Thomas
F. Bayard secretary of state Miss Hay-'
ard; Daniel Manning secretary of the
treasury Mrs. Manning; William U. Kn-
dlcott secretary of war Mrs. Kndlcott;
William C. Whitney secretary or th.
navy Mrs. Whitney; William 0. Vilas
postmaster general; Secretary of the In-
terior Lamar; Daniel S.Lamont private
secretary to the president Mrs. I.arnonl;
lien roisom oi tiunaio; sir. anu airs.
Itoirers. of Seneca Falls. N. V.: Mrs.
Codman and Miss lludlestone of De
troit; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon or iioston
Mass.. relatives of the bride: Miss Nel
son of New Jersey; Mr. W.S. lllssel.of
Buffalo the president's former law oart-
ner; Dr. and Mrs. Byron Sunderland.
An iniormai supper louoweu ami at
30 the oresldeat and his bride having
changed their bridal costumes for travel-
ing garments quietly bid their guests
goodnight and were driven to the sta
tion oi me liaiumere anu uuio railway
where they took train for Dser 1'nrk
Maryland. They will remain here one
week and return to the capital. I be
whole ceremony was aulet and unosten
tatious the departure secret end tho
ourncy made without attendants oiany
ilnd. This Is the ninth wedding that
has occurred at the White bouse but the
tint Instance of a presidential wedding
within Ha historic walls.
Milwiukkk. Wis. .Tune 2. A circular
letter Just Issued by General 1'assenger
Agent Carpenter of tho Chicago Mil-
waukee and St. Paul railway announces
the Intention of that road to meet all
cutting of rates.
Wasiiinqtom June 2. The president
has approved the act ot amending the
act granting right-of-way for the rail-
road and telegraph line through the
lanus oi tue ineronee ana i;nicnaaw
nation to the St. Louis and San Fran
cisco railroad company.
Uti.NTiNoro Pa June 2. All of the
coal miners In the Broad Top coal region
struck again yesterday morning with
the exception of those In Robert llar-
rotalll's mines owing to a reduction of
rromou to iu oeiusa ion. auoui iuuu
men are out.
Chicago Jnne 2. A Dally News
special from Moatreal says: The Allans
received a telegram this morning an-
nouncing that the Siberian had arrived
at St. Johns N. F. She had been do-
ayed eight days by fog and was sur
rounded by Ice.
ltouNDotrr N. F. June 2. The steamer
Jacob Leonard of Shuler's line of Al
bany tow boats was sunk this morning
abeut six miles south of here. The
stern and pilot bouse are out of water
it Is believed that the crew reached
Chicago. 111.. June 2. A special dl.
patcb from Peoria. Illinois savs that It
has been ascertained that J. Flnley
none. late me Dooaxeeper oi tuo Mer
chant's bank of that city bas made
away wun suia.j oi tne Dank'e money
lliuisT. June 2. Canvassers have ob
talned the names of 1203 volunteers In
Coekstown district. Tyrene county
ready to join aa Ulster army to resist
nome ruie in ireianu.
cases of cholera and 12 deaths from the
disease at Venice yesterday.
Chicago. June 2. The Itock Island
railroad this morning made another cut
on rates to St. Paul reduolng the tlgures
from $7 to $1.25. This will make the
St. l'aul and Northwestern first-class
rate to Omaha $4.25.
Pints June 2. Premier De Freyolnet
yesterday announcing the decision of
the government to expel the princes
said there was no fear of danger but
turbed publlo opinion and their pres.
enoe afforded a rallying point to the ene
miles oi me puuuc.
PrrTsnuna Pa. June 2. The strike o
tone-cutters and stone-masons of Alle
ghany oounty for eight hours bas
oeen settiea on me v-nour oasis work
will be resumed to-morrow.
New Youk June 2. Ilerr Jobann
Most the anarchist was. to-day sen
fenced to the penitentiary for one year
ana nnea uxi. uis associate uraun-
schwelg got nine months In the
penitentiary and was fined S250
Bchenoke was sent to the penitentiary
or nine montns out notnaeu.
New Yokk Jane 2 The World this
morning says : It happened that at the
very moment that the receiver of the
Bankers and Merchants' Telegraph com
pany Is proceeding against Jay Gould
and bis Western Union company for
wrecking a rival system the stock-
holders of the Texas and Paolflo railroad
are charging Jay Qould with wrecking
mat company m me merest or me UIS'
St. Louis June 2. Mr. Fauntleroy
continued his unUalshed plea of last
night for the defendant in the Maxwell
murder ease this morning. Maxwell
bears up well under bla long-continued
trial and. with the exception of an In.
crease of nervousness and an evident
anxiety his appearance has not ohaaged
materially since the onenlnirof tha cam.
Mr. Fauntleroy will be followed by
uunuaei nuu uave udi aireauy apoaen
and a conclusion of the trial Is not ex.
pected until to-morrow. There is a geod
deal of bettlngon the verdict of the jury
in pool rooms. Odds of 1C3 to US are
f;lven against acquittal and even money
s freely offered and taken on no verdict
or a nungjury.
Cofkikviixi Kani.. June 2. Dr.
George W. Pyle his wife and two child
ren and a hired man were all mur
dered and left for dead in their house at
Carr's ranch 20 miles southwest of here
In the Cherokee Nation on Sunday
night. Mrs. Pyle and the hired man
were sun anve wnen louno by nelgb
bors though unconscious. They will
probably die. The fiendish work was
done with an axe. Upon the same farm
about a half mile from where Mr. Pyle
lived a widow "woman and her son
were found killed in their house on the
same night a the' l'yle murders also
for the murders and there Is no clew to
Washington D. C June 2. It Is un
derstood that secretary and Mrs. Man-
ning will leavo Washington on Saturday
afternoon for Hot Springs where they
ill prooaDiy remain auout a moniu.
Lo.vdo.v June 2. Mr. Gladstone hal
held to express approval of his home
Chicago June 2. The grand Jury to-
day returned 31 additional Indictments
against anarchists it Is stated that live
additional persons have been Indicted
for participation In the llaymarket mas-
sacre and that additional charges have
been preferred against thole already un-
PrrTsnuKG June 2. The Amalgamated
Society of Steel and Iron workers met
again this morning. The most Impor-
tant business was the reading of a letter
from Urand Master Workman Powder-
Ir of the Knights of Labor asking that
the members of the society Join that or-
anlzatloii in a body. President Martin
n resnonse. stated that the matter had
been placed in the hands of a committee
for consideration and Invited Master
Workman Powderly to visit the city and
address tho association. It Is believed
the Invitation will be accepted.
Pahis. June 2. The radicals and the
roverninent late last evenlns reached
an understandlag respecting the expul-
sion of the Frenoh princes. The gov-
ernment promised tho bureau of the
chamber of deputies having tho bill In
charge that the Count of Paris his wife
and rnuuren. anu I lie rrinces Jerome
nnd Victor Napoleon should be expelled
at once after the bill was passed. That
was accepted ns satisfactory and effect-
ed a reconciliation of the government
aad the radicals who will vote now for
expulsion bill as Introduced by the gov-
ernment. The concession consists In
naming the families against whom the
Dili wouiu ue eniorccu At ursi ine
overnment promised gcnornlly that If
111 wero passed the expulsions would
be made Immediately. This was consid-
ered by the radicals as evasive. The
Count of Paris will address the people
protesting against the expulsion and
men renre 10 nwuzenanu.
Clkvki.am June 2. Tho only busi-
ness transacted by the Knights of Labor
this morning given to the public was the
election of three assistants to be mem-
bers of the executive board. They were
Jerry S. Quinn of New York a book-
binder; William II. Mullen ofltlchmend
vi. puDiisucr oi a iaoor paper anu
Hugh Cavanaugh of Clnolnnatl shoe
salesman formerly a shoemaker.
JOB DRANNON KILLED.
Tho Dosperndo la Shot by Bhorln" Van
Riper Resisting Arroat.
A few nights ago tlio Unltod States
marshal and the sheriff wero notified
that Joe llrannon brother of tho well-
known desperado was In Texas. Joe
onsadopted at the Chicago meot- ( cember 1681 in company with James
l'ltts.the murderer of Hal Gosling ford
bly robbed the Doublo .florn nostol
Men In Burnett county.
llrannon nas n nroiner living a
few miles from Leon Springs and
It was anticipated that Joo would
tay nun a visit nepuiy sucriu van
tlner and his brother were commis
sioned to watch tho houo. While doing
so last evening. Van lllper was sur-
prised by Joe standing In front of him
and to know that ho was surveying the
Interior of Joe's pistol. Quick as
thought Van Itlper bobbed his head
aside and Just then Joe llreil. Van
Itlper found then that he had the
closest call to Heaven he ever experi-
enced for his cheek was powdor-
rned. Van Itlper returned the lire.
and ns a result Joo was killed.
Joo llrannon was considered a desper
ate man and It was known that to at-
tempt his arrest was a dangerous task.
Almost a year ago Joe was surrounded
by Sheriff Ilayles of Missouri and a
poso of cltlrens nnd was shot in many
r ilnen. As ho was considered to be dy-
ng he was allowed to remain
he subsequently escaped and all efforts
to capture him hnvo failed. The Van
Itlper brothers deservo credit for the
valor and Judgment evinced In this
Dig Pay Rolls.
Paymaster Albertson of the South-
ern Paclllo railway was In the city yes-
terday on his way east from Kl l'nso and
along the line lie says he has paid out
more money and that tho pay rolls of
this division from Kl Paso tn New Or-
leans have been heavier this month
than ever before known by htm al-
though he has been paymaster for the
past 15 years. The Immense sum of
llMfiW was paid out during the month.
Lnwrenco Bivrrott Paasos On.
The great tragedian Lawrence Bar
rett and his company who played an
engagement hero last February passed
through the city early this morning on
tho Southern PacUIa train en route from
California to New Orlenns. The stop-
pago of the train was too brief to permit
of the Light reporter training nn audi
ence with Mr. Barrett but It Is under
stood tlio party will spend a few months
In Now Orleans before starting out for.
their next season.
IAAS & OPPENHEIMEK
212 and 214 Commerce St.
lit- IHUOL bALUIiaiVC OkUUIV J I VV IIIIO W WW taUWW
nnd Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS WEEK :
At 8 Cents.
Ino-Sheer India Linen and Xalnwnk Checks.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Us i Linen Victoria I.awn and Fan:? Satin-
At 20 Cents.
lit Mull.. N'alnnmk. IVirn. .1.. l'.-i.
'ancy l.aeo effects.
At 30 Cents.
Inn Fn neli nail. I
.'ancy Laee I'lalus. eto
At 50 Cents.
IaH week tlte fttream of Kan i!iirohaur .
eniifttant allilay pmjrt tlieiitnountor Fans sold
mipreculcnted:. Tiwiay wo will aM two new
ii lot or Ml Fancy palmed ami Km-
1 oti Milk and Hatln.
(Ine lot ot il Aril tlcnllr painted and Fancy-
Curved llauillei worth fa
At lO Cents.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
MallamiHatln-n. The Newest Wash (loo
At $25 and $28.
It ami Creuin Cnslunere and Allium
lily KuiuniMered ltottfit.
er-ColoriHl Laws and F.lulinilderles
mutch any of the atmvo iruudiil
Fort Worth had an $SCD0 tire yesterday
caused by boys smoking cigarettes In a
United States circuit court at Gnlves-
on stands adjourned until next Wednes-
General A. S. ltoberts Is an applicant
for the United StntesmarrhaUhlp made
vacant uy me ueain oi Air. JacKtu
LaGranire has caueht the military
fever ami organized a company of 41
memoers 10 ue known as tlio rnyette
The Tnx-payers' Protective associa
tion of Galveston Is getting down to a
Wichita county commissioners meet
as a board of equalization next Monday.
WBCodty bad to bid In overlOOpleces
ef property offered at tax sales thero
ueing no oiuer uiuners.
Sheen shearing In T'hrnckmoiton
county Is about over. Wool is coming In
ireeiy at consiuerauie advance over last
year's prices but the clip Is light.
Water in the streams is scarce and well
digging Is In order abundant water
being tounu at rrom la to -V leet.
Some scoundrel burned the neirro
school house. In the suburbs of Cbappell
11111 Tuesuay nignt. it was n large anu
every way suitable building.
The Temple cotton compress couinanv
have perfected organization.
Bell county crops are not In eood con
dition so far as oats and wheat are con-
cerned; but corn promises magnlllcently
and cotton Is fully equal In the WS2
crop with an Increase a per cent
aoreage over last year
The Temple Ice t orv Is shinning
considerable of lt ..rouuet to Fort
Larcre shipment of silver bullion
bearing lead are pstilng through Laredo
to St. Louis from Mexico.
Editor Penn. of the Larado Times. who
has been suffering severely from rheu-
matism returned from Monterey hot
springs greatly Improved tn healt'n.
The Laredo publlo schools will take
5 art In the teachers' exhibit at Austin
King Lyon and Joe Bass of Kountz
bad a fracas and Lvon Is lying in lall
charged with attempt to murder; Bass Is
lying witu a nuiiet in nis inign.
CodIous rains have fallen throughout
North Texas and the hopes of farmers
ana caiuemen are greauy reviveu.
Hays county relolces in rain and
mourns the death of Marshal Jackman.
W. E. Woolen county Judge of Ited
ltlver oounty suicided last night at his
homo In Clarksvllle. Cause mental de-
spondency the result of a $050 shortage
in bis account with the building fund of
me new couri-nouse.
Cracksmen in Dallas raided the coun
ell obamber and carried off the clock.
Galveston Is a good illustration Just
now oi tne pursuit oi a yacut race un-
der difficulties. The event Is booked
for Saturday but the entries come In
Bosque county anti-courthouse clique
have held a convention and nominated
county olUoers. discriminating against
all who favored building the court-
Denlson will celebrate July 4 In good
old style and bas her committees already
Blocker A Co.. of Austin who sent
3.0C3 haad of cattle up the trail towards
Colorado reached Abilene with their
Dr. U. I. Wolf of Marlon was very so
rlously hurt In a runway last evening.
Fatal resuls weare feared but at last ac
eounts ne was improving.
After being out five mlnuteslhe Jury
in the case or Joseph Haywood charged
wun tne muraer oi jonn uoots ai jei-
rerson returned a veraict oi not guilty
Galveston Is seriously threatened with
a water famine. The cisterns and tanks
are nearly all dry and water Is selling
on the streets at i cent' a gallon i ne
price will go up to 6 cents unless rain
Tlio Society fop tho Prevention
Cruolty to Anlmnls.
The society met at the district court
room last night at 8 o'clock to com
plete Its organization by the election of
permanent officers. On motion of George
Paschal Keq. duuge A. YV. Diuaru win
elected temporary chairman and Wil-
liam S. Smith Kail- temporary secre
tary anil mis organization uaving neer:
perfected the society proceeded to tht
dispatch of the regular business.
Mr. rascnai woven mat tne cuair np.
point a committee of II yo to report suit
able persons to Nil the offices of nerma.
hent nresldent one vice president one
treasurer and one secretary and the
motion having been carried the chair
appointed Messrs. ueorge rascnai
Leo Tnrleton Wui. S. Smith JeBSo Km-
erson nnd Mr. Kerr as such committee
The committee after n snort retire
ment nnd consultation returned and re.
ported the following persons for the
l'resttieni isauore j.ewinuiai i' v.
Vlce-Prcsiuent n in.iiuppensLorg.
Secretary W. W. Teel.
Treasurer Wm. Kearney.
Upon motion the chair appointed
essrs. Leo Tarleton. George Paschal
anil 1 nomas Kerr a committee to uraw
up and report by-laws for the society.
Newcomb Win. Ferguson Thomas
II. Johnson and G. F. Cotton as a com
mittee on advertising the objects of the
soolety and its times oi meeting.
On motion the ohalr appointed Messrs
Paschal Tarleton Shields and Smith as
a committee to wait upon and request
Drs. Lew Initial and Nell and Thomas
Shields to address the society and the
nubile on the purposes of the society.
The society adjourned to meet on June
10 lu in tne uistrici court room at a
o'clock p. m.
The Methodist Boom.
At the meeting at Travis Park Metho
dlst church to-night there will be dellr
ered the last of a series of 14 sermons by
Key. Pinson subject the "Prodigal
Son" no doubt the last will be the best
The congregations have steadily in
creased from the first until last night.
A fall of somo on account or the rain
but there was no abatement in Interest
After an excellent sermon several pre.
sented themselves for prayer. The ser
vices this morning Iwere well attended
and n good meeting several up for
prayer nnd two to join mo cnurcn. i ne
Cbapell. Services at 0:110 a. m. and 8:15.
Fire Company No. 1 Lst Night.
At a regular montb'y meeting of lire
company No. 1 last night the coming
eelebratlon of July 1th was discussed
and the general sentiment being in favor
or an inspection anu urtii ou aiimo
plaza In the morning and a general good
time at San Pedro park for the balance
of the day. The following committee
was appointed to make arrangements to
confer with the committees appointed
by the other lire companies: F. Scbrel-
ner. chairman; 11. coiituann t . n. risen
Jr.. (lenrirn Kckenroth.
A committee was also appointed tore
celve the new steamer when it arrives
nt which a general good time will take
nlare In the hall of company No. 1. Sev
eral kegs of beer will be disposed ot tc
gemcr wmi a line nineii. iu nuicu ine
mayor and city council Chief Duerler
tfndtlie heads ot the lire department and
the local press oi tne city are tnviteu.
Tlin committee annolnteu Is composed
of as follows: F. Krlich Sr. Christian
Werner and William KCkenrotn.
A Liberal Young Captain.
The .Belknap Hides are exerting them
selves to procure a handsome1 and sua
stantlal fatigue uniform for their com.
nanv in time to be worn to the Calves
ton lnter-state drill. Towards tbla end
.the newlv-aiected captain. Mr. W
Hote bas ottered to donate $250 towards
the amount necessary flOCO and It la
expected It the captain can contribute
this muoti other citizens anu menus oi
the company can contribute the balance
Parasols Parasols I
Atlhnnvh IhA tnmaita mtd OB ihla Stoek
waa treat tbe dally addition has kept pace
with the rush This week wo offer marvelous
Ftrty Onaclilnir Styles Changeable Bilk and
Fancy Kiobroldered Batln l'arafon frame a
big Job worth 5.M.
Sixty Roru Ponfees Paragon frames.
Erru Puntee. Hoed trimmed with handsome
At $5 $6 and $7.
Ourselrrs. Other fotks do Lhat for u. Brery
customer Is an adrertlsemcnt. Here are some
of the quotations for this week I
At I O and I 2 1 -2c.
Ktryptlan and Oriental Laoos 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Egyptian and Oriental. In White. Belm Fancy
Navr Blue Hrown and Tan. At 1W and 35o
fleveti Inches wide. In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and lleljre 13 lnchee wide: and at 96o
White. Kcru and llelfo 18 lnchee wide.
Box Dress Robee.
ltobe Pattern. 10 yards India Linen with 9
yards ot Htnbroldery In two widths at 113.50.
Ten yards nnu Unon D'Indelfyardsof beauti-
ful eiB broidery at 83.50. Fanoy Ktlmere and
fan vtus Cloth IUiIm with colored embroidery
trlmratnjrattO.iiaand (14. Ponfeebrcsa
Kobca at 7 15 18.60 and 30.
310-312 Military Plaza San Antonio Texas
U Mill I VUf J
Tinware Agate Ironware aod Bultd.rs llardwar..
I'alnta Oils (Haas Math Cutlery KM.
Agent for the Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(Tliodreste.t Labor-saving Machine)
Kor Ferry gc Oo.'a Cel.bratad Cook Htovea. Champion Uar-
veit llrlgbbm IUn(M. aad Uolord'. Hteel and Chilled
l'lowi Hulky rtowa. Cultivators Kt. Ktc.
I.ANDltETU'a UAItDKM IIIM
Fence Wire of Erery Description and at Lowest Prices.
A barrel of molasses bursted yesterday
afternoon about 4 o'olock on Ixxeyo
street while being unloaded Into Dull-
nlg's grocery store. Tbe molssses flowed
over the street and Into tbe gutters and
seeing this a Mexican eandy street msr-
onant procurea several empty oyster
cans and a two-gallon Jug and when last
seen was busily employed in scooping
up the molasses mixed with tbe gutter
water draining It and nourlnir tbe mo
lasses thus gained into tbe Jug. It will
no uouot make excellent tooinsoma
The Boya Back.
The Ilryan oadets from San Antonio
Messrs. Max Becker Qustave Duerler
Jr. and C. Wurzbaota arrived last night.
Mr. Jonas' son remained behind for a
few days. About 10 young companions
sent from the lower country returned
last night with these boys and laid over
an nignt waiting tor to-uay s soutu
bound train to convey them to their
A Special Train
Left this morning at 6:30 on San .a
tonlo and Aransas Pass railroad having
on board President Lott Traffic Mana.
cerll. P. Yoakum and Invited guests
The party will probably return late this
Heal Eatato Transfers.
Maria Santo R. de Gonzales and Flor-
enclo Gonzales to T. W. Mullaly ef
lot No. 4 division "D" beginning at
southeast oorner of block 4 of tbe Oer
Ino Valdez grant price $600.
Same sraators to E. Ray. 1 of south
ern portion oi Lot utyision "Li" part
oruerino vataez grant iiaj acres price
I.lbrada Cruz and husband to Fran
Cisco Cruz and Flllpe B. de Cruz lot
west of San Pedro creek on South Pecan
street Prioe $1 and transfer of other
w. u. ikiogsuurr lo J. atoms
Mathews lot embraced tn the south
west angle made by the intersection of
uomanoana norm lores streets ueing
subdivision orice SL100.
saran a. isecic to uicero uuuon lots
Nos. 10 and 41 In original lot 131 west
Aiazan creek price fow.
The following young gentlemen com.
pose the team of tbe San Antonio rifles
who intend going to tbe Lampasas en
campment and will start on the 20th
Captain F. J. Badger First Lleuten
ant Will tlerS. Second Lieutenant P. J
Lewis First Sergeant J. A Green Sec-
onu sergeant J. it. uorcon iwrporaio r
Florlan John Trueheart J. J. Myers
George Sampson Privates Crate Hew-
itt Cooley. Swart Rice. Campbell
Aubrey O. Florlan FrencbScnell Wren
The boys will now drill night and
mornings Beginning to-morrow morning
in the manual ana iieia movements
No. 3 Will Celebrate
Fire Company No. 3 held a regular
business meeting last night and dls
cussed tbe question ef celebrating the
4th or July appropriately. It was at
lensth. decided to appoint a committee
and this was done said committee to
confer with the various committees ap-
pointed by the various Are companies at
a general ineeiieg iu ue inw ouu
day morning at 10 o'olock at Turnei
Gallagher's rentaurant. Flrat-elaaa lo
cation. Inquire on premises opposite
International and Great Northern raa-
senger depot. 8-31-lt
Manager Rlache Again.
At a meetlag of the board of director
of tbe new San Antonio olub open
house last night Mr. Ernest Rlscbe the
present manager and leasee of the Tur
ner opera bouse was elected as man-
ager of the new opera house for the suo-
ceedlDgtwo years beginning next Jan u-
wnen it is expected ine opera netue
be ready for tha onbllo. Tha vote
electing Mr. Rlsohe was unanimous and
i quite a compliment as tne position Is
essentially fall of responslbuitle aid
grave care quite sumcioni to muddle
the head of a much older and more ex
perlenoert man. The I.iaiiT will bet on
Itisohe tilling tbe bill however. Be
tart in a few day for the east to se-
cure troupe to visit San Antonio during
tbe coming season. m
Notice to Citizens.
The new fire bell at fire hall Met. 1
and 2 will be rang to-night at 8 e'clock
rompuy in oraer to test mem rauy.
his notice I given In order te avoid
confusion or unnecessary alarm.
u. a. uuzsuta.
Chief Fire Department.
Gallagher' latest good for the Wine.
You can bay a copy at tbe following
place: Ernest RIsche opposite Post-
office ; C. F. Frommer opposite Court-
honse; Baldwin' book store and at the
Light office. -J6-tf
200000 pound barbed wire.
900000 pound smooth wire (black.)
200.000 pounds smooth wire f galvan
Worcester patent wire fence May.
Darllngtons patent barb-wire levor
latch eto. eto.
it win De to tne interest or
the merchant farmer stockman
and builder to see us before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter
mined to sell and will make low figure
to parties who want ear toad let.
Give ua a call or write to Piper 4k Behal-
thess. 8 10 12 14 Ytnrri and 248 Market
streets San Antonio Texas.
5-17-1 m PirxB A Scbcltuss.
Hs Is Hare to Itsy.
r. Weathers 1 here to star. His
practice It growing dally. He ha met
with fine success and has crodsntlali a
a thorough physlolan lecoid to none.
Ill remedies are safe pleasant aad oS-
olent. Children take them cheerfully.
Visit with prescription f 1 aaywhere
In the city. Chronfo diseases aollelted.
Office at Notts' drag store; retldeaoe
XJ7 JMmira street leiepnone no. lie.
There Is nothing that adds so mueh to per-
sonal beauty as a set of pearly white teeth and
pure sweet breath. By using atOHLRi"8
OltlDONTU the teeth and gum are kopt In
perfect order and a fragrant breath assured.
Only to cents a box. Liquid and powder.
For sale by K. KaltoTer Son.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts
Bruise. Sores Ulcers Belt Rhea as
Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblain Corn aad all Bkln Jtrap-
tlon. and positively ours Piles ec m
pay required. It la guaranteed ie aire
narfect satisfaction or money roruaasd.
Prise as cent per box. For tela by A.
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