San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 117, Ed. 1, Friday, June 4, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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r San Antonio Daily Light.
Volume VI. Number I 17.
SAN'ANTONIO TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNE 4 I 886.
Only $5 a Year
BULL AND BLAINE. Sr. Lomi Juno 3.-Argumentt In tlie
Maxwell case were continued to-day.
' j At oounsel have not been limited In re.
JOHN DON'TTAKE KINDLY TO WHAT 1 spect to time tliclr condition can be
Fans and Parasols.
Our Immonso uBBortmont of Slimmer Dress Goods is rcplouisliod
jvookly during tlio bohsoii by now shipments and tlio latest novelties
uo added to our already woll-soloctod stock of Wlilto Goods Nnln-
looks Muslins Lawns Organdies I'orcalcs Tercallncs Etamlnes
and Canvas Glotli.
; LACES AND EMBROIDERY ;
Wo carry tlio largost stock of Iloigo-Oolorcd Egyptian Orlenta
n white cream and bolgo colorod in Flouncing AllOvor and Narrow
o match at prices lower than lino goods generally are sold.
IVe are ahead or all competition at re-
gards prices quantity and styles.
We oner the greatest bargains In fancy
goods as well as In the staple lines.
Mala and Military Plazas San Antonio Teias
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR.. PROPRIETOR
Maine Bponks Out Congress Does Lit
tle Orover Rotlros ror a tiea-non-Kuropo
Washington Juno 3. The senate oo-
upled the session In discussing the
fisheries trouble; the Indemnification of
the Chinese for losses sustained at Hock
Springs Wyoming; the taxation of rail-
road grant land which passed asn sub-
stitute for the house bill on the same
subject and necessitates a conference.
The house amended the oleoraargerlne
bill to compel a tax of r.c per pound
upon It and as so amended It passed 163
Deer Vakk Mil. June 3. President
Cleveland and bride arrived hero at 4
clock this morning and aro domiciled
one of the cottages of tho hotel.
here are but few persons here as there
was no knowledge that the bridal party
would come here. The president and
Mrs Cleveland are sojourning very
quietly. A large Influx of visiters Is
looked for as soon as It Is known tho
newly-wedded couple aro here.
Nkw York June 3. A Washington
special to the Post says: Sensational
statements that the dlplomatlo corps as
bodr are dltsatlsued because tber
were not Invited to the president's wed
ding and that an Indignation meeting
was neiu ycsieruay. are inaccurate.
Convenient to tiusIncM c
with best accommodations.
THE POPULAR CORNER !
I'KNKRf. ONLY II Y -
BKIl.LKUIi AND KXI'II-
MKNOKI) I' II A It MA.
CISTS OF NONE HUT
ME 1'UllEST Mttlll. V
JINKS AT PltlCBS ttj
THAT DEFY COMPKTI- f
ROBERT II. HUNSTOCK.
rilKfc TO ANY 1'AltT
PA HTMENT OI'KN DAY
and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LUIIIN'8 IIINNKLIa ATKINSON'S ALfllED WIHUMTS AND COLOATE'SJFINEST VEK
FUMIlri 110 1'l'MIll AND IN IIUI.K.
nlstako Tlio CornerlUruir sttiru nf
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cdr. S. Flores St
Cull and ton tlio uin-il I'lcu-iuit unit i'YHMftlvo H(hlii anil Mini rat Water KuiiiiIhIii In Iho SUU
"W. J"- IHOLXj-A-IfcTlD
14 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries Itiu laiKcat Rltiok of flue
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any lion so In tlioHlato. Storekeeper and hernia nf families will do will to nil
Jtlit'lrpurclitaei tit this ('stubllsliiucnt Thufollowlnfr Green CoffccBulwA! In itock I
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
TELEPHONE NO. I'M.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Ootdand Silver 1'latlnic and Enirravlnir Watches and Clock ltcpalrlnir. Oulv tlio most
BklUed Workmen Employed. Strict Attention to all lluslness cntrustedto us. Ollteo and
work uoonii opposite uruos jihuk
NO. 14 NAVARRO STRUCT
f. w. McAllister & bro
101 103 AND 105 S SUMO SI. COR. VILUTA-
8AM ANTONIO TEX A
We are Wholesale and HeUU Dealers Id Austin
White Lime nest Ilrands of Dark llosondale and
Imported English Fortland Cements' Plaster o.
Paris and Lone Ooat Hair and would ask vou tc
Call or wrlto us for prioea before purchasing else
where. Please mention this paper.
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For an cssy At. Hoots and shora made at tulccs to suit everyone llepalrlnir whllo you wait
Uho llnt it kind of ladles' ikons uiadu u order. '
S. B. WITCH ELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's .Stables.
( IMAITO. ... A. HAW
Qystetjs) Fluh and Gam.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner or Commerce and Losoya. Streets
S-Junoh and Meals at all hours. Everything served In Firtt-ClaM Sty:
fonte walten In attendance. 73S-6i
oorps were guilty of Intemperate speech
but "t be British and German ministers
111 call upon Secretary Ilayard. and
ask that a Jay may be Died when they
can call upon the president to congratu-
Bt. lETBMiiuna. Jane 3. The Novoe
Vremrea states that the shah of lrsla
has refused a proposal from Turkey to
loin In an universal Musielnjan alliance.
The paper further declares that In the
t of hla refusal the shah uses the fol
lowing language: "My friend ltussla
win not auow anyone 10 attaoic me.
London June 3. Dispatches from
Constantinople slate that the military
nd naval activity of ltussla is looked
upon by the pcrte as ominous prepara-
tions a nd Turkey Is alarmed by them.
It Is also said that the sultan Is leaning
upon Germany for support In case of
j.aoouonere writes 10 tne news: "i
would suggest to objeotors to the details
of the home rule hill who have hurried
into pledges and promises and who
realizing the trickery by which those
promises were obtained are recovering
mat inueoenuence ot action 01 wnicu
they boast that they reserve their deci-
sion as to how they will vote until they
have heard Mr Gladstone detlne bis po
sition at tne enu oi me uenate."
St. Louis June 3. The large auction
sale announced to take place here to-
day by the Western Wool Commission
company and other large dealers at'
tracieu a goou deal oi attention anu
was a -decided success. It Mill be con
tinued to-morrow lllddlng to-day was
quite brisk and In numerous cases tho
price limit was excecuea ana prices
throughout were very satisfactory. A
mil list oi sales la notoDtainauie. duc tue
following prices are a fair Index of the
wuoie saie. J.ignt une meuium mixeii
16 cents per pound: line and medium
mixed 101 cents; medium pulled and
coarse 19 j cents s medium and light line
mixed 18 cents; llucks 14 cents; tags
l'lTTHBURO June3 The Amalgamated
Association of Iron and Steel Workers
met this morning at Turner hall and
after adopting the following resolution
adjourned till 2 o'clock this afternoon
ine interim win ueoocupieu in commit'
tee work :
Itesolved. That the convention ex
tend Its most heartfelt congratulations
to President cieveianu on ine event o
bis most bappy journey to the i
matrimony and bliss. We hope that his
Journey through life will be both pros
perous anu nappy ana mat an oacneior
presiuems may prom uy nis example.
The Introduction of the abovo resolu
cause the oloslnir suggestion was aimed
directly at President Werhe of the asso
ciation wno is a oacneior. ineresoiU'
tlon was unanimously adopted.
Washington June 3. Nearly two
thousand persons principally ladles en-
tered the White House grounds to-day
In the hope of being able to Inspect the
decoratlona and particularly the blue
room where the marriage was sol-
emnized last evening. All were doom
ed to disappointment and none were
aoietoget mriner man me main en-
trance where the doorkeepers Informed
them that the house was closed for the
day and that orders bad been Issued by
vol. j.amont r autnu nououy except on
dubuo Dusiness. insiae workmen nave
been engaged from an early hour In re
moving tropical pianis ana an tne uorat
decorations and olearing the bouse gen
erally. This work consumed several
boors but was Anally thoroughly com-
Dieieu ov i o'ciock. anu mere was netn
log left In the general appearance of
tne rooms to lauicate mat a presidential
wedding bad oocurred but a few hours
before. Most Of the flowers used In the
decorations were 'distributed among the
City or Mexico June 3 Alexander
K. Shepherd of the United Stktes man'
ager of the Batopllas mines has received
predicted with no degree of certainty
and It now seems probable that the case
will not go to the July until Saturday
afternoon. Mr. MoDonnld continued his
argument t til n morning. He will be
followed by Messrs. Martin anil Glover
for defendant nnd state respectively
who will occupy the remainder nf to-
lay an ono-morrow nuu part oi auuir-
Mrs. Colonel T. L. O.tnm of Austin Is
ing dangerously in witn typiiuiu lever
ICaln In some sections of'I'rarls connlv
as quite copious but In Austin It was
The horse thief has been vetting In
bis work In Hlllsboro county.
Wichita County democracy meet In
assmeetlng at the county seat on the
Denlson reports n very copious rain of
veral hours and Hint It wns unite gen
eral In that section.
The contract has been let for the ex
tension of the Mlstourl 1'aclllc from
alnesvlllti to Henrietta.
The I'alesllne sullercrs from the holler
plosion are all doing well with tho
exception of Knglneer Henley.
Wheat harvest In the neighborhood of
San Saba Is over and theylrld very light
irom i to iz nusneis an arre.
Kddv schools have rlosrd. An elec
tion to determine the question of Ucene
no nrenso win ue iieici in me precinct
Kugene Coats while Irving to escape
from the train which was taking him to
Colorado City was shot through the hip
by Sheriff Morrow and It now In the
baniK of a Illg Spring's surgeon.
McKlnnev county Independents who
nomlnatad a full ticket Hmurdny have
called a convention to meet July 10.
The cltv council of Korth Worth lias
reconsidered lis action In closing tho
theaties and variety shows and these
are.now In full blast.
Itrakeman Wallace Hell caught his
foot In tfle rails while switching In the
yard at Austin yesterday and had his
right leg so horribly mangled that ani
mation was necessary.
The lllo Grande Is booming and trains
are obliged to transfer malls anil passen-
gers at Albuquerque. Near San Mar-
clal some (.00 feet of truck are washed
way. the river threatens the street rail
road bridges and the Mexican Central at
KI l'aso anil Ibo residents in tne valley
aro very much alarmed as there Is more
snow In the mountains than there has
been for 20 years.
The death of Marshal Jackraan
produce a large crop of democratic p.n
an Important concession from the fed'
eral government consisting of mining
lands In Batopllas stale of Chihuahua
witn exemption irom uuues lor years
on an maouinery anu apparatus im-
ported to work the mines. The govern
ment has. also agreed to pay Shepherd
x-zouu annually to apply on uuues la
curred on tools and utensils Imported.
The government does all this to aid thi
completion 'of the great tunnel 'called
tne l orurio uiaz anu omer impor-
tant w arks of the Batopllas Mining com
Wntu-LNQ W. V. June 3. The Hal
tlmore and Ohio local freight engine No.
412 while standing oh the traok In the
yara n iseiiaire unio. tats morning ex-
ploded the boiler with terrlllo force
killing Engineer Johnston Fireman
John Vandevoot nnd Matt Hammond
engineer of engine No. 233 all of
Newark Ohio. Two of the bodlea were
blown 100 yards. Fragments of the en-
Sine were blown through an adjoining
ouse with great damage to furniture.
The shock was felt all over Bellalre
breaking glass In windows many squares
trlots who are deeply anxious to servo
the United States-for-a-conslderntloii
The San Antonio Times It trying to
kill oil' J. T. Ilrnckenridgc by bestowing
gusu anu inuy on nuu.
The probability Is that 1'resldent
Cleveland will henceforth show no mug
wump proclivities. Marriage usually
nooks tne romance oloan out or men.
Frankle" will bo a factor In future an
Col. II. II. Andrews Is a blg-bralncd
nd big-hearted man. whocouldtlo good
service in tue state seuaie oi rexas.
Is eminently sensible and practical.'
The Mutuallsllo society Is tho best
organlzeu bouy in tne cliy anil uun in
ways be relied upon lor us lull vole.
Si: I. Ito-u will do very well to a'lr tho
dry bones of the Swalu party with; nnd
the coiuntroller answers verv well as a
counter-irritant for the greitegodldlmus
of the Waco Examiner but that either
of them will ever read their title clear
to a home seat In the excoullvo chair of
Texas transcends belief Just now
Lost Ills Reat.
One of our policemen recently at
tacked by cholera morbus from eating
too freely of the rich fruits of our south-
ern market lost so much rest that be has
been forced to go on duly again.
THEY WANT IT
OltAVE-YAItD LAW BUIT.
Tne Cnthollo Church nt New Ilrnunfela
Eivlolnod from Using Thulr
l'min the Ktin Anlunio KxpreM.
Mr. William Aubrey the attorney
went over to New Ilraunfels yesterday
to represent the Cathollo church In tho
trial of n grave-yard case at that place.
From the faots obtainable It appears that
the church has been In peaceful posses-
sion tf a certain burring ground located
beyond the city limits for a number of
years and has constantly uied It for the
niirnose for which It was originally con-
serrated with the cctemonles of the
church. Three citizens names not
given who subsequently bought proper-
tp near It and reslilo there have now
brought suit agntnit tho church to enloln
It from using the property for burial
purposes alleging aanciaini lor sucu ac-
ion Ilini tne upper anil unucr urninagc
s uetrinientai to tno uen mi ot an tuose
who reside near It and particularly so
to the petltlonets.
This Is said to be tho llrat case of tho
kind on record there being no decisions
on the subject. It Is expected that If
appeaicu wnicu it noiiouui win ue mat
It will nrovlde some now points for ad
judication and elucidation by the higher
oourts. i no trial win take place ni tne
present term ot I tic tiisinct court in go-
nial county and the result will be looked
forward to with much Interest.
A CHICKEN FIQHTEIl KICKS
Against the Society for tho Prevention of
Cmolty to Anlmnld ror Jmerrerlntr
With His Cruel Sport of
rtltnr Pmi Antonio Unlit
I see somo citizens starting the Society
for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Ani-
mals and I see Mr. l'aschal dips at the
chicken light etc. I would like for
those gentlemen to know that they are
perleutly Ignorniit of that chloken tight
arrangement. If they were better in-
formed they would say less. It Is out
of place for mo to say here all that I
could say on the subject but would say
to sucu cuicKen-ueaneu gents mat inev
will cack (f) nt n gnat and swallow a
camel. They want to go to church
thout molestation or anywhere else
they chose to but do not want another
man to go ns ne wants to inose men
that go to chicken lights do no harm to
oitizens at large out lawyers anil poli-
ticians ran go In as they pleaso and con'
coct plans and tlx up things to carry tho
elections ineir way at any sacri
fice to the people and no one
to Interfero with their little dodge.
and now they want a society for the pre
vention oi cruelty to annuals so
cause law-suits su that they can get a
chance to bleed some poor man Hint per-
chance was not brought up by the side
otan ice cuesi wuu a suck oi canay in
nis list anu no not Know oi tno new reg
ulations of tho length his whip ought to
be. and the number of strokes that Is
necessary to cause a mule to start when
he Is Indisposed. This a line pass one
part or tne society is lo come to. mat
society would tlo better as missionary in
the city administration and If thoy can't'
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
Tho Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS "WIEIEIK: :
Parasols Parasols I
At 8 Cents.
Fine-Sheer lii.lln l.lnen and Nainsook Cheeks.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Iii.lla Unen. Victoria Lawn nn.l fans fUttn-
At 20 Cents.
Pliil.l Mulls Nlnk Curre do Paris and
fancy l-itce effects.
At 30 Cents.
"PlirlMU-TLIo." n VprV .1.11.1 Hat In 11.1.1 .
Kino Irenrh llatlstes Persian Lawns Mulls'.
Fancy Ijieo I'lalds eto.
At 50 Cents.
I-hU week tlin .1 renin nf Kan nureliMers was
(instant all (lay limit: (lie amount or Fans sold
liirec(leiited. Tininy wo will add two now
i. tlnn lot or am Fancy Painted amlKm-
I on Nik and Ml In.
OnclotnriiaiArtMtlrullr Painted ami Fuiicv.
Inn. lie. worth II
At I O Cents.
Ii Fabrics Kho fa.es Fancy Dress ninit-
At 12 1-2 Cents.
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
MhIIii.i. .istu-ein Tlio Newest Wash (looda
At $25 and $28.
Whllo and ('renin ratlmiero and Alhalro.i
Itlehly lluilimldrrcd Italics.
icy-Colni-cd t.arm ami Kintiroldcrlcs ti
tell any or the alNivo iroods.
Althouxh tho Inroads made on this stock
was areat tho dally addition has kept paoa
with the rush. This week we offer marvelous
Firty Coaching Stylos Changeable 811k and
Fancr KinbrnldprfNl SaUn. Paramo frmraa. a
big Job worth SIMM.
At $ 1 .50.
Billy Ecru Pongees paragon frames.
Kcru I'onutf . ItnwL trimmed with ha.ni1jinnia
At $5 $6 and $7.
i Yum-Vuui and Nn-K-v-I'oo tylf.
not need to ting the praises of our
Ourftclrrt. Other folki do that for ua. Krery
cmtomer la an advertisement. Here are aoms
of tbe quotations for this week!
At I O and 1 2 I -2c.
Egyptian and Oriental Laoea 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Egyptian and Oriental In White Uelre Fancy
Narr lllue llrown and Tan. At & and 96a
suveli Inches wide. In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and Ilcljre. 13 Inohoa wide and at Mo
White Kcru and ltolre 19 Inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
Holm pal tern. 10 yarda India Linen with 9
Tarda or Kmbrolderr In two widths at 9)3.60.
Tfti yards lino Linen D'Inde9rardaof bosutl-
fill embroidery at ft!LfiO. KincT Ktfmr na
Canvass Cloth Knlx with colored embroidery
Itohcs at 97.1
310-312 Military Plaza San Antonio Texas
Tlnwara A rata Ironware and Balldera' Unrdwars
Taints Oils Otaas Malls Gallery Its
Agent for Ibe Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(Die Greatest Labor-Baring Machine)
ror Parry Co.'s Calabratsd Cook Hto.aa Champion Hnr-
vast llrlghton KaiHsd Bntord's HtMl and Chiliad
'lows Hnlky rlowa UalUratnra Xla tUc.
I.ANtlKKTH'S OAUOKN IBKD8
Fence Wire of Erery Description and at lowest Prices.
do no better go to CIiIchko nnd be
uiowett up with some uynainiie.
1 . Jl. IjlMULY.
Not AtToctod by Age.
Home old SDeclmens of Itoral Haklnir
l'owder tbat had been kept on tbe shelf
of a grocery store for 10 years were
recently tested bv 1'rolTessor Hchedler.
Itlnalni.' Out on tho Midnight Air No ' lorn lor ine purnose oi measur-
Doubt Intended nut for Ono Eur ul lrc "' l"ei!laa a
Konc. lb vraa iuuiiu lu.i nuuouu ine
The I.iniiT reporter wns wending Ills uTil -Tj " ihii iimafr ft wis
not In alr-tlght cans Its loss of raising
nay homo at 12 o'clock ono night re'
ccntly anil ns he turned Into Holed ad
street ho heard vociferous shouting. On
the atlll night ulr the clear sweet voice
of n woman rang out. und the reporter
pauseu a moment 10 listen
"Her slow full wonts sank thro' the silence.
A I.ioiit representative had a conver
sation yesterday with members of the
lleerne and Kerrvillo railroad commit-
tees and learns that both places want
tho railroad bad I hey will do all they
possibly can to meet the. requirement of
the Aransas Pass railroad but they
think tbat as tbe merchants of Han An-
tonio derive tbe almost exclusive benetlt
of their trade and will receive an equal
advantage from tbe railroad they should
co-operate witn mem 10 attain ine ue-
slreu end For this reason a meeting Is
to be held In San Antonio on the 14th
Instant and then the principal citizens
of these places and interested merchants
of this city will discuss the matter.
' Oft to Modlna Park.
Mr. Macdona. the cronrletor of Medina
Park Informs tbe I.iout that arrange-
ments arc being made to resume the
enjoyable excursions to Medina 1'ark
anu ii ia unticipateu Hint tue urst ex-
cursion will run on Sunday week.
Jt Is said tbat Medina nark will In
future be known as Macdona 1'ark so
changed In honor of Its present owner.
Aransas Pass Notes.
Mr. J. T Ingram tbe road-master Is
busy putting In additional side tracka
here at this depot; tbe great Increase of
freight necessitates tbls Improvement
as tne present sidings were unable to
hold all tbe cars concentrating at this
Mr. John Barrett an old experienced
trackman was brought In from the road
to attend to this work and will In all
probability remain here to take charge
of tbe vard section. The comnanv
could make no better appointment for
this work. v
Train men report heavy rains falling
all along the road especially around Pet-
tua and Ileevllle bringing joy to the
farmers and stockmen.
Tbe speelal train wbloh left yesterday
morning with Messrs. I.ott Kenedy and
xoaKum.uiu not return yei nut are ex
neoted this evening when Imnrove
menta on a large scale aro expected to
ue oruereu coinmenceu immeuiaieiy.
Jake Saper with U.J. Wolff & Sens
of New Orleans the commercial tourist
whols traveling for health pleasure and
business oame In last night via the
Qould system. He Is calling around to
see all bis old friends and paid the
iiiuiit ouice a visit iuis morning.
noweror strength waa less that 1 ner
cent Ibe powder being practically as
goon as tue uay it was put up.
1 nis is a most vaiuauie quality in
baking powder one which few possess
Most powders If not used when first
madn are found to ha lnaffoetlvn. If
As thunder drops fall on a alcciilpa-Kea." kept even a few weeks they lose their
The words he heard : "Ob. yes. made leavenlnir power become lumnv or
an awmi iiiipieasiuii uu uun rover tue caaeu. anu valueless iuis is parueu.
wire you know). Saya he's going to I larly the case with "bread preparations"
church Sunday nnd hopes I'll be there. I or baking powders made from phos
Vou know I'll he there don't you? nbates.
1 heard Moody and Sankey; think they're I Tbls superior keeping quality In tbe
Kranu uuuiougs jui uianing money itoyai arises irom tne extraoruinary
Oh no taint worth a cent. I don't he- I cure In Its manufacture and tbe sclen-
lleve In It. Oh yes of course I believe title principles employed In Itscomblna-
In you. Slow music 1 don't know tlon. The articles used In Its compoil-
what will become of me after death. I I tlon are thoroughly dried br beat before
supposed you are used to death now. I belnir compounded and are so prepared
looking at so many colllns all the time I aad coated as to prevent the action of
and having them stare you In the face. I the acid upon the alkali prematurely or
jiui i never iuiiik oi ii am too uusy except under tne lanuence or beat or
vou know with the wires. Uo I know I water necessarily used In eooklnir or
you? Yes of course; should think I baking.
ought talking to you so much; don't I The KoyalliaklngPowderls now used
iiunK i wouiu ii i met you unless you extensively in Australia Africa and
were in tue uus. i useu to weigu other low latitudes where It bat been
pounds. 1 am short but verv stout found to he the onlvbaklntr nowriar that
xes sir. "ah rigut. you can go aneau
now. What were you saying?" etc
eto. At tins moment ine winnow was
closed and tho sweet telephonist contin
ued ner colloquy witu ine nignt cierK oi
tne 'uus line unuisturoeu. unless in
deed big John "one of the finest" came
along anu began "guying mm as is bis
Don't Try It.
The Polackers have some of the finest
speolmen of Jaw-breaking words and
have been accredited as being the
phere without deterioration.
r LORESV1LLK. June 3. ISSfl. A llekt
rain passed over this part of tbe coun-
try yesterday afternoon which served
to break the monotony of the drouth' of
tno past lew weeics. At present writ-
ing we are threatened with more rale.
Judge McCormlck seized the helm
of the district court at 1 o'clock Monday
I prayers omuteai wun uistriot Attor
ney rlpooner on deck. Among the legal
Short List of Our Put Eventful An-
nlreranea of Friday.
Te-day Is Friday to long considered
peculiarly fatal and Ill-omened. But
surely clrcumstancei hare no cause to
fear Friday as It has long been an
ventrai nay in tbe history of the new
It was en Friday that Columbus tailed
uia voyage or uisoovery.
Friday ten weeks aftar ( ilinn.r.rf
Friday. Kins' Ilenrrlir. r Vn.u.j
ave John Uhabothlaeommlaalnn.hih
ed to tbe discovery of North America
irlday. St. Auruattna. th niriaat
town In the United States was founded.
inuay tne "Maynower" with tne
llgrlms. arrived at Plrmnnlh nv.
and on Friday they signed tbat Aigust
oompact tbe forerunner of the pnuil
George Washington was bora en Friday.
"""or Dili was seized and
Friday the surrender of Hinlim
FrldaV.Lord Cornarallla anrr.nrt.Pt
Yorktowatind on Friday the motion
" congress mat tne united
colonies were and of right ought to t-a
free and Independent.
According to tne history of the crea-
tion. It It believed Adam the first man
was pnt Into tbe garden of Eden on Fri-
day. Lot's wife was turned Into a pillar of
salt on Friday for her curiosity. She It
aim curiosity ana inu is tne rouon
the ladles to-day do not take kindly to
nhamnlnn In Hint kind of war. The In. talent who are always ready to lend:
habitants of Wales a part of Great fe'Plf? J"!1." !"" S"f9n!:.w. D-
Brltaln nre however way ahead of I V.i uir. w v nitzX. . i n'
them In that respect. There Is a little & MI"Ur' nihi ww'cR' "' Si
village In Wales that has a name bigger n"e"hI.' i" 5ih n?t"y
than tne village it is "i.ianiairpwiig- -
wwiiirviiterlrntiautrerehwurntivllL'nirnr-- whole they aroQUlte an Intelllt'ent look.
bwlbzanttosllloKogocb." It has US let- ng crowd nnd would make a study for
ters and il syllables anu is reputed to an aruat.
be the longest word any tongue. On Tuesday last the remaining par-
Tboltev.J. King lectured In Berwick tlclpant In the murder of Overstreet
upon this subject and showed that tbe Mr Bennett MoKlnzle came In and
worn wns as iuii oi uennition as an egg imucu uiuiacu mtr m wo aueriu nuu
Is full of meat. It means "St. Mary'a the tender m.rolei or tbe law.
white hazel nnol near the turnlnc nonl I The celebrated case ot W. C. Dauere
or the whirlpool very near the pool by erty vs. L. It. Harris from Atascosa
Mansllllo front the rocky Islet of Gogo.'' county Involving $30000 with Itt volu
me Ban Antonian wno attempts to pro- miuoua eviueuco nuerrogaioriea anu
nounce It will llnd that It It an easy mat- I other stories bat been on trial for tbe
ter to uisiocaie lue jaw. t . nauoomu iw ouu-
i . sume tue uaiance oi to-uav.
Started night Anyhow I A festival wat given by the ladles of
Street Commissioner Cavanauirh It I the obnrch last night for the benefit of
putting his men where they will do the I the sew Metbodlst church here
most o-ood. and haaliecun fllllnc un the wblcb was In every respect a e-rand
holes on Houston and Commerce ttreett I tucoeit. Tbe ladles will let lunch to-
with fine gravel. If he keeps up hit. I day In Soott & Griffith1! old store house
present lick and the administration does I The net reoelptt will probably reach
not hnnillnan him. ha will mill a imul SI&O.
showing. An Itinerant thow will exhibit to-
DiRut in tne acaucny.
uur pnotograpner mr. aionean leaves
i-dav for "other naatnraa nraan.l
New Company Coming
On June 7 an entire new company will I to-day for "other pastures green
appear at the Fashion theatre and thlt
combination will embrace a dozen ot the
most talented nrtlsts who have ever ap-
peared on the variety ttage. The new
company will prove the most powerful
attraction which has yet been presented
at this resort. They present entirely
The numerous visitors In attendance
upon court oause our town to look quite
Gallagher's rentaurant. First-class
oatlon. Innulrp on nremlaaa. nnnnalt.
" irniuic. imiuoiiiiumiiicouruBaiu i international anu ureal Pionuern pas
.v mo uuwibu nuu avicv. II 1 BCUKUf UOUOl.
300000 pound! barbed wire.
900000 pounds smooth wire (black.)
300.000 noundt smooth win mh.
Worcester patent wire fence stays.
Dailinirton a natant harn-wlr. l.ur
latob etc. eto.
it win do to tbe Interest or
the merchant farmer stockman
and builder to teo ui before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter-
minea to tell ana win make low figures
to partlet who want car load lot.
Give ut a call or wrlto to Piper et Hehal-
then 8 10 11 14 Yturrt ana 348 Market
streets San Antonio Texas.
o-17-lm nro & Schdltjuss.
Hs Is Here Is Slay.
Dr. Weathers is here to star.
practice It growing dally. Ha has met
with fine tuocesi and has credentials u
a thorough physlolan second to none.
Hit remedies are aafe pleasant aad effl-
clent. Children take them cheerfully.
ia. nuu proacriiHioua J anywoen
In the city. Cbronfo diseases wllelted.
Office at Nette's drag store; residence
237 Elmlra street Telephone No. 118.
' mueh to per
sonal beauty as a set of p
pure sweet breath by using MOULBI'8
OMDONTO the teeth and rums an kept In
perfect order and a fragrant breath aasiired.
Liquid and powder.
The Beit Salve In the world tet Cats
Brulset. Boret Uloert Bait BMaa
Fever Soret Tetter Chapped Haadt
Chilblains Cornt and all Bkln Jbn
tlons.and potltlvely ootm Pile or no
pay required. It It guaranteed to give
Krfeot tatltractlon or money MuM
toe 15 cent per box. For tale by A.
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