San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 133, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 23, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
Has NoPAOTirmia No Dupkmmm. aU
No Cojnacnos With Orn
Xxtkvunamm. Be 8BJJ
CXQ AR 01 TOBACCO
At Lowest Living Prices.
C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
5 Cents. 5 Cents.
San Antonio Daily Light
Only $5 a Year
Volume VI. Number 133.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1886.
Our immense assortment of Summer Dress Goods is roplonlsliort
yooUly ttiirlujr tHo boisoh by now shipmouts nml tho lato9t novoltlo
no added to our already wcU-soloctod utook of Whlto Goods Naln-
looks Muslins Lawns Organdies Percales l'ercalinos Etainlnos
nml Canvas Cloth.
PLACES AND EMBROIDERY;
We carry the largest stook of Uelgo-Colored Egyptian Oriental
11 white cream and lieigo eolored in Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o mutch at prices lower than tine goods generally are sold.
IVe are ahead or all competition as re-
gards prices quantity anil styles.
Main and military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center Willi beat accommodations. M l)
A. A. 4 r. A. BROOKS. ROBERT II. IIUNSTOCK.
THH POPULAR CORNER DRM STORE.
i-nvacmiTioNs ins- TPr$!
nvuacti ni.v 11 v "tin l
SKILLFUL AND KXI'K-
HIK.NCED P II A KM A
CISTS OK NONK HUT
THK IMIKR8T MEIH
CINES AT rldUBS
that nwr comprti-
aKUMUHii ;a ujr-mimrw
WMesalc and Retail Drngcpsts and DisDeDsing; Pbarmacists
302 and 304 S. Side Military Piaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LUIIIN'8 ItlNNELL'S ATKINSON'S ALFIIKD WUIOIlrS AND COLGATE'S FINEST PKll-
KUMErtllOTTLEI) AND IN HULK.
lako no mistake. Tho Corner Drug Store of
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull ami soo tho most elegant uti'l oxpoiHlvo Soda anil Minerul Water Fountain In the Stato
W. J". HOHiJlijIiTTD
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries the larjrcst stock of fine
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of anylbouse In thoHtato. Storekeeper ami head of families will do well tuiuaku
their purubasvH at thlHCBtablishuit'Dt. Tbo followlnKUreenCoffeosalways In stock:
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
Tills liousoaupr'llos Delicious FrC8b-Koastcd
TKI.KPIIONH NO. IIM.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
flold aud Sliver Platlntr and Knirravlntr Watches and Clock Hepalrlnfr Onlv the moat
Skilled Workuion Employed. Strict Attention to all .Justness cntrustedto ui. Olhcu and
orK lUSoniB oppotiio u roos uhiik
FIT EASE AND COMFORT
n'a Pebble Gout Shoes mode to order for 12 75.
Men's U altera mado to onlor from $3 75
Kepalrlntj whllo you wait.
Men's shoes half soled and heeled frem 75o.
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables
F. BUttlAHU. .
vyatHro k ima ana Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce and Loaoya 8trecta
gssf-Lunoh and Meals at all hours.
I r-llt waiters In attendance.
We oiTcr the greatest bargains In fancy
goods as well as In tho staple lines.
f FIlKIa TO ANV PART
OF Til K CITV.
PAUTMENT OPEN DAY
and O round Coffee. &THENOTII and FLA VOH
NO. 14 NAVARBO HTICKKT.
W. MCALLISTER & BRO
101 Ml AID 205 t. ALAMO St. COR VILUTA
AM ANTONIO TKXA
We are Wholesale and Hetall Dealer lu Auiui
White Lime Dust Itrandi of Dark Kosendale and
Imported Biifllih Portland Cement Plaster o
Parli and Long Goat Hair and would aak you tc
Call or write us fur prloei before purchasing else
Please mention tali paper.
jtien uaii jiootn roaue to order from fs 00.
Working Shoes mode to order from 12 50.
Ludles' shoes half soled and hoelod from 60o
Everything served In Klrit-Cla's Style
The statement Is published tbls alter-
noon that trouble between Lake Shore
switchmen and the company had been
amicably adjusted at the conference
beld to-day. All danger of a Strike Is
now averted. .
The Minneapolis street car strike Is
rer tho company bavins conc.ded all
smands. The men all went to work
this morning as usual.
Harness manufacturers of the United
States In conventional Harilsburgbave
organized under tbe name of the Na-
tional astoolatlon or saddling and har-
ness manufacturers. Tbe objectof tbe
association Is protection against strikes.
The Lawrence kansss postmaster has
received reliable Information or the or-
ganization of a" Moclatlon among th
postal clerks 01 .jo main lines or the
tbe western railroads to boycott tho pos-
tal system. Kacb member of the associ-
ation upon becoming such signs a res-
ignation of his position in tbe postal ser-
vice which Is nlaced In tbe hands or the
exetutlve committee. As soon as tbe
organization la complete the first re-
moval will be followed by a demand
upon the postmaster-general for tbe
cause 'therefor which If not satisfactory
all the resignations will take effect leav-
ing tbe mall service In tbe lurcb.
The l'anal embassy reached Baltimore
with Cardinal Gibbon's red hat on Mon
day afternoon. Tbe bareta will be pre-
sented on the SOlh.
Parsons has returned voluntarily to
Chicago to take bis chances for trial.
He pleads not guilty asserts his Inno-
cence and declares that be bss returned
to assist the defence.
further details ol the lloston fire show
that a heavy loss of life resulted some
12 persons having been burned to death.
Inside the building were 400 horse cars
fully repaired each .worth $700. Re-
pairs and refurnishing of the building
amounted to about $10000. Tbe total
loss Is now estimated at $300000 di-
vided as nearly as can bo ascertained as
follows: Building fixtures. SlbO.000:
cars $70000; machinery tools etc. $50-
000. Tbe Insurance aggregates $110000
as follows: Ilulldlng $23000; machin-
ery $20000; cars $00000.
John Money chief secretary for Ire
land delivered a speech at Newcastle
tbls evening. In tbe course of which he
said that If coalltlbn succeeded In ob
taining a majority Ireland would be In
tbe same condition that tbe unionist)
feared for Ulster. lie believed orlme
would disappear from Ireland with tbe
grant of home rule.
ltev. Waldo Messaros. a well-known
Dreacher and oaator of tbe Northern In
dependent Presbyterian church Phila-
delphia was arrested to-day for alleged
attempt to commit criminal assault up-
on the wife of Chai. W. Coulton a mem-
ber of blschuroh. After being ushered
into tne parlor ne seized tne lauy
roughlr and attemDted an atrocious as
sault upon her but was prevented from
aocompusning nis purpose oy tne nmeiy
Interference of tho husband and another
gentleman. The parson declares the
wnoie matter a trap to destroy mm.
The lurv. In the suit of the Penns
ylvania Central Transportation com-
pany against the Pullman Palace Car
company rendered a verdict for plaintiff
George O. Daniel of Clenton. Ken
tucky was supposed to have died last
ueunesuay at miumgui. luursuay ine
watchers who surrounded tbe coffin
were startled by a deep groan coming
from tbe casket. A few spasmodic
gasps a shudder and the corpse spoke
aloud: the relatives then returned to
find the man sitting on a ohalr convers
ing wun remargaoie strengtn. nr
Daniel claimed to bave been perfectly
oonsclous of everything which passed
around him but says be was unable to
move a muscle.
John Bright formally replied to tbe
tender of a resolution of tho Itook-
dale Conservative association thanking
mm tor naving assisteu to ueieat tne
nome ruie dim. ne says in repiy:
am sorry there should be any party I
the country ready to accept those bll
The suspension of tbe firm of II. II.
Swllt it Co. Importers of sugar at No.
60 Pino street New York and at Per-
namDUCo is one or me most important
business failures that has taken place in
a long time. Tbe liabilities are about
$1000000. which Is more than eaualled
by tbe assets of tho firm. Thus far no
assignment bas been made and efforts
are in progress to effect n settlement
with creditors and resume business at
an early tiro
The French senate. It Is believed will
pass the expulsion bill by a majority of
The steamer Andea. which arrived at
New York Mondav from Kingston.
Jamaica took on board at Narassa
two orucers two engineers anu in men
of the steamer Alblna wrecked June 5
atJaomeioy Delug driven ashore in a
The protograpbers convention. 1000
strong Is in session at St. Louis. Tbe
entire walls of tbe ball In which they
meet tne wuis or is smaller rooms anu
5000 square feet or partitions are all
povoreu wun tne products or their cam-
eras. Tbe steamer Cauhaool. during her voy
age from Valparaiso to Coqulmbo on
Saturday last encouutered heavy
weather. During tbe storm a osnlo oc
curred among the deck passengers who
lowed the boats all of which feundered
six passengers being lost. The greater
part of the cargo among which were
several bullocks and mules was thrown
overboard by tbe deok passengers. The
sieamer amvea saieiy at lyOtjuimno on
Tbe crown prlnoe of Japan yester
day had an Interview with Prince Ills
Bouse of Commons has adjourned un
til Thursday. Mr. Parnell expects to
speak In London to-day at Portsmouth
Friday and at Plymoutb Saturday lie
win prouauie speaK at iaraiD juan-
ehester Liverpool and at Glasgow also.
At a meeting last night of the El
ltsell neutral In the coming general elec
tions notwithstanding the fact that
two-ioiras oi ine memoers aeciarea
themselves in favor of borne rule for Ire
The Marquis of Salisbury In the house
of lerds Monday evening opposed tbe
election bill because of tbe objectionable
nature of certain clause) Introduced Into
It after Gladstone bas promised that all
contentious matter should to avoided
during the remainder of "the session.
Tbe clauses were those Introduced by
Laboucbero. Earl of Klmberlr. secre
tary for India then agreed to withdraw
the objectionable clauses In order to
I lords then read the bill tbe tecond time
"A ROMANCE IN HBAL LIFE."
A Long Lost Mother Accidentia Found by
Her Son at Dallas Texan.
8?clal to tho Sun Antonio I.ioiit.
Jxfikrsos Tex. June 23 1RSC.
We often read or strange coincidences
nd romantlo Incidents but they are
generally located at uncertain distances
thus depriving them or tbe Interest and
novelty attached to slmllsr occurrences
that are under our Immediate observa-
tion. The firm of Jones Kdgeworth A
Sellers are engaged In the saw mill bus-
iness at Lodl a station on the Texas and
I'aciun ranroau nine mues norm oi mis
city. K. A. Kdgeworth the hero of this
episode is a member of said firm
and has been a resident of tbls vicin
ity for many years lie Is very highly
esteemed as an Industrious energelio
anu worthy man. ile naa nau a long
struggle with adversity: but has suc
ceeded In accumulating a competency.
jir. ruge worm s parents separaieu lor
some cause about 20 yeara ago; the
father retaining possession of tbe child
ren. Ho tsught them lo believe that
their mother died soon after the separa-
tion and they all received It as truth.
Her memory gradually drifted away In
the mlstr past and she was forgotten bv
her loved ones or at least given up as
Mr. Ldgewood the younger of
bom we are now writing ascertains
by aomo means that he. as an heir lo his
parents had vested rights In some prop-
erty situated near Waco and some city
Eroperty in nn Antonio ueccnuy ne
as been prosecuting Ills claim and a few
days ago vlslled Dallas to confer with a
distant relative concerning his suit. Af
ter a pleasant conversation wun his Kins-
woman he innulred of her if alio "knew
of the whereabouts of any of tbe rela-
tives or any of the name" and was sur-
prueu wnen sue answered mat sue
knew of onlv one. mid that was Aunt
Susan who lived on street In
ine son lost no time in caning on
Aunt Susan and found It to be bis own
mother. The rreetlng can better be
maglned than described. How thev
lived so long In the vicinity of each
other without recognizing each other is
tbe strangest part of It. Mrs. Edge-
worm as oeiore siatee is a resident oi
Dallas and Is highly esteemed. The In
come from tho property she owns In tbe
city Is ample to supply all her wants.
No Jurymen bave vet been selected In
the Anarchist trial now before tbe Chi
Bids For Painting.
tber vesterdav as follows:
Taylor & Son $200
Hansl . 275
Architect Guentberhas ordered G0.000
brick for this house from Palmer's
brlok yard on the Salado.
The attendance was small this morn
ing and but few of the "old topers" were
Murln fighting $5.
K.J. Itoblnson. N. Macker. careless
driving. Both parties turned a corner
sharply at a brisk speed but tbe collu-
sion was shown to bo purely accidental
anu not me result 01 careless driving so
both cases were dismissed.
Andrew Walzem. leaving team alone.
r. Simon drunk and down $S.
W. It. Coekser.carrrlng a olitol. dis
Pancbo ltlvm disorderly $5.
John Klegan drunk and down $3.
W. II llanley drunk and down $S.
W. Duke drunk and down $3.
Tho Medal Presented.
As per announcement In tbe Light
yesterday Miss Annie Lachapelle who
f rauuaieu seconu in ran ai tne recent
llgh School commencement met the
teacuers ano a great many 01 tne Higher
?;raue pupus 01 mo iugn scnooi auper-
ntendent Smith and Aldermen Galla
gher and Ilambleton of the school board
anu Aldermen Mackey anu McAllister
at tbe Illgb School this mornlngf and
was presented with a magnificent gold
medal In tbo form of a pendant Maltese
cross by tbe school board. Aldermen
Ilambleton. Gallagher and Smve. Al.
derman Gallagher made the presenta
tion speecn in a lew cnosen words
which were gracefully resnouded to by
Miss Lachapelle who then received the
nearly congratulations 01 her menus a
loyrui chorus with organ accomuanl
ment. ended the little scene. In which all
felt that they had an Interest as friends
of tbls charming and highly Intellectual
W. 11. Cooksev. a tall youth from the
Chupederas was arrested last night by
Officer VanAlstyne for carrying a pistol.
In extenuation of the offense Cooksey
produced a written permit from Justice
Fred Hleldebrast. authorizing him as a
deputy constable to carry a pistol as
his life was In danger by parties who
bad attempted to murder him Cook
sey was dismissed and told that Hilde-
oranut nau no autnority to permit mm
to carry a pisioi.
Trying For It.
There will be a nlume drll
knap armory on Friday night to which
friends of the company are Invited
Competition for tbe company's medal
will then take place. Thus tar It bas
been won once by 1). Varga George
Chamberlain V. Grander and John
Ktsallng. Tbe man who wins It three
times becomes tbe absolute owner of the
Contractor McCullocb leaves tbls even
ing with six convicts for the state oenl
tentlary. Two or these convicts are
white men. two are Mexicans and two
are negroes. They are taken from Eagle
Pats Seguln Pleaianton and Floreavlile
and are en route to llearne while the
two white men will ne taiten to tne rail
road at Burnet. One of the men from
Floresvllle Is a son of General Van Dorn
and Is In for horse stealing
Deaths Since Last Report.
June 21. Child or John B. Walters
aged 10 months died or marasmus at
June 22. Fannie McOhee. aged
years died In tbe Third ward near the
water-woras reservoir or typnoiu lever.
Also Itudolnh Grundman. aged 0 months
died In tbe Fourth ward from chronlo
diarrhoea; also Merced Lopez aged 27
yean who died In the First ward from
June 23. Jackson Potts aged 15
months died In' the First ward from
The City Council Doctde to Recommend
the Bewago Farm syslom.
A sihtIaI scion of tht city council was
Ma jpnipniiry .iirrnnoii m conAiurr ine
'wrrouestloii with the rotlnwlnir members
Tient All litciQlicrs oritur tinnent ciccpt
Tbe marnr stated the object of tbo tMiAl
ailed and on motion read
tho report of Ihi
netl went Into commltti. of tlm
whole with Hchnlner an prosMIng- officer.
iit'ircner cauru ror mo enirlocer s report.
the city mar lio drained from storm
nd Hint Ibex l tcmimrarlly emptied
nto the rHer bull
Inn of tile sun. all
Ave. Tho mcr plan tho entrlnrer snld.
chcatx'st. but tho scwairo rartn wu
r imcli moved 1110 aumiiion or thoensiniers
-port and tho report or tho sewervommltlee.
fleer's report lint to which Fremtli said lie did
Tho pnirlnecr's rrport was thod adopted and
jved to adopt Iho comlulttci
ot sorry of It Tho 1
aid bo iK'lleved that was their e
Hence t'allaha' was In futoror Bowers
nwma 10 uitnir tbo rue
llrlli nap Minted that tho rltr pur
i'S for a wiwpr farm.
French moved lhat tho city council dl
fmtn that part or
it of the tit rr. rind take Iniintiliritn ntcrm.
j timtt r-.ii
below the city for a sower farm which
French imwituil Ibo foltowlnir resolution!
Holt ordained hi Ibo cltr council of Ihe cllv
t San Antonlothat the report submitted by
bo snoclal loltit commlttou on sowers as tmi.1.
Illed by the council of thl. dato lie and 1I10
same U hereby appro od and adopted I and
that his honor tho inn) or Is hereby directed
accordanco with tho olan of Ibo city
city does not purchase the waterworks.
French Kilir-restcd that aim copies or tho city
engineer's leKrt be published In pamphlet
' arid It wiiienrrlcl.
'hu council aillotirned with tho Uiidtratand-
lnj that tho cntrlnrer'fi reKrt will Iw puhllihed
In immphlet form though no vuto on that
jioliit wan taken -
Our Worst Ennmlts
it to our ttce. nro our folllc. Among
i is tuo imperJiiiniior tuturo iwuny t
nd drlnklnir and tho rccklem tne of ilniir.
t Is on of I lie haimr canahllltltrs of llostit
tor's monmcti Itlttvm thut It can repair dam
ai;o thusllnlllctoil. When tho Mood Is thtu
iki watery i no ooHeifl oui oi oruor mei-oni
Icilnn Hnl tongue lioth (rtvlnjr evidence of
lllounness. then Is a ncccMsltr for mm In
uton the human tenement olnioim enoiiKh lo
startle 1H poMscsor. A courw of the hitters
the abandonment of "drujirlnir" for relief
a common Sonne diet and tnodoor lint
o will wedlly produce it chanirti for the
sr. Whatuulnliio for fever and ajtruo. and
niry for liillousncss and cotmlpailou
t do. the hitters will. It nlno relievos
rheum tit I sin aud neuralgia aud Inactivity of
ho kidneys. ik-.w
FOR CHAIUTY'S SAKE.
To Rellove tho Dlutrossed and to no-
press Professional Mendicancy.
A uientlnir was held last night In tho rooms
r tho Voumr Men's Christian association for
io purpose ot consldcrlni tho advisability of
iinLlNhlnir h norniiiiirnt iharltsh.A relief asuo
elation. which was nttended by tho Kevcrcmls
Pcudderand diappoll ilessrs. It. M Villi on'
Hill Hutehlifsoii lhinahiie.
.Mr. it. M.t u ton ca ed tne inocunir to order.
iiltlioltcv. Thrall wns clectol temporary
chnlrmati. Mr J. Donahue was elected tom
several iriMitlcuicn dUcusscd tho subject.
nd ultlmstelv It m resolved that a charily
nrimnlzatlnn for bun Antonio ho Instituted
and a committee consist Iiik of It. M. Fulton
chairman: tno iieiereaus uiudiiufs. iwin-
thall. llackett hcuddcr. ftein aim MU-r were
apK)lnteO to draft constitution nnd by-laws to
loiiieetlmr then adjourned to await a eft
of the by-laws committee.
They Will Sins.
Han Antonio June a 181.
IMltorSan Antonio I.
Tho answer to an article In yci
article In ycstcrday'i
Kveulntr pHter. 1 too desire to state
pleasant si Kit that suits! hem for this puni
Receive Thorn Well.
iiiakluir duo orenaiatlon:
mr their iruoats. Munv nniiiilnont lator
ocaloN will then bo In tho city ami will
probably address tho worklnir men iiimui tho
latKir uiiesiiou. ii is proimoiu inai urHuo
Mauler iVorkman l'owdorlv will visit tho cltv
at the saino time hut not film dednlte Is jet
settled upon that point.
The Flower Transplanted.
Owlmrtopieftsuru of local news yesterday
homo whltherlt had been taken In tho hope
or rc cMiuMiio maiuiijiromwiiicn usuiiereo
ro eonooieuce to tno purcnis in tueir sau
Corao Out To-ulKht.
iKrt. A larjro atlendanco of
their HcUiietzen verclu
rt hihi.M wilt bo a hlir shoot InwTilchlhe
local association and tho principal clubs of tho
state win parucipaio
VANCKllOTfcb-J Theranoe. K VV W
Mullen lit. Ixiiils Mo.: H hlcknll Austin.
Tot A I Isovo Columbus: V A Neeso aud
Tex.t w T Flomiuif. iieimont. iei.: w u
Colemau Tombitone A T.; U W Hoffcrs Ty-
Mcnoeh 1Iotki C N Murklo wife and
children and Miss Annie iiruDaer di
Joseph Mo; Hwikb II uroen.Kansoa Lity (
nozaOeoriretowntThomesV Uodd iJirodot
W A Aldcn. New York; A J names lloston.
Mass: Mrs Fttnnylirugh.noldttaltoiHCotaya
James ji moms jt 'row'"Vuv Vlu'd
Houston; inomas sicnuni lsuiioh- oiarr
SorTiirttN Hotel. A Northcraf t. Pan Mat-
cos; u K Watson coiumbusiJ w iirowtn
sl.U'r.nn- Ml. ltru Mavtleld. Miss (Ml
Maytleld. MlisAIHe Maytleld Helena; Frank
lvs.tt. Austin! It O Uainlrez. W Muimerza.
UninttlTH Abbott Paltlllo; K J Dl'hclaii. Ban
Uieifo; entries Kn so. iiowKon. w jji
tinnti Vni! J 11 If lir nv. Iloevlllo! A
Ktitvonsnn. Floresvllle: T Pato McNeill. Laira
to: TMnrnkou San Marcos; K 1' l'entteld Ht
Isouls; H N Chapman riuasanton: Clarence
J wtm a key auiuu; t w. uaruoer uoniaien
HAAS & OPPEMIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS "WEEK :
At 8 Cents.
'l no-Sheer India 1.1 non and NaltiMtnii Chucks
At I 2 I -2 Cents.
India I.lnon. Victoria Ijhwh and Fan a Pat'n-
At 20 Cents.
riM Miillt NalnMKik. Curro do Parti and
At 30 Cents.
"SprlnirTldo" a very stt Hah Satin I'lal.l effect
Fine French Ilatlstc Persian lwns Mulls
At 50 Cents.
week the utreain of Fan Diirohancrfi war
tinntant all ilv Inn i the amount nr Kant tmld
niirrciMciitiHl. Today wo will add twu now
it. On- lot nf ai Km icy I'alnunl and Kti
ililemi on Nik ami PHtln
OuolotoMiulArthtlcally Painted and Fancy-
Cnmtl llimdles worth f3
At lO Cents.
h Kahrlra Kh CftM Fnncy Drcua Oliiir
At 12 1-2 Cents.
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
Mnttn.no Xattccn.. Tho Newest Wash Goods
At $25 and $28.
and Crram Ciinhincro and Alhatrom
Itlchly i:ii.lroiinl liotx-t
FuncrotonI and KiultrulilcrU-i ti
mutch any itf the atitA it troodx
H. D. Kampmnnn Prosldont -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
UWIth Pistol and Knife.
About 10 o'cl.olc Isst nlsht a nlstol
shot rant: out on Ilium street back of tbe
Menger hotel and Ulllcer Harris pro-
ceedlnR thither found that two colored
vouths. Tom Lee and Kd. lott. btrelv
20 years of age lmilenitaKed In rather a
desperate ngni in wnion ao 1.011 was
stauueu twice in too ieu siue ueiow toe
shoulder blade and Tom Lee was shot
in tbe right wg just auove to Knee
lioth were arrested. Lot! belntr found
at his home where he skulked after the
shooting. They were brought to tbe
Dollce station and each save bis own ver
sion of tbe shooting. Lott said they
were standing on tne street ann iee be-
gan singing wben be wanted to talk to
mm anu Deoause ne toiu mm noi to
sine because it "insulted" him. drew
hi. iincket knife and beiran carvlnir him
up for thanksgiving and ke shot him lo
Tom Lee gave the clearest statement
saying ue was a stranger nere anu doiq
were comlne from the Macedonia Bap
tist churcli and had a nuarrel about a
girl named Nettle Seal which led to tbe
aoove scrimmage iney uau uau a
quarrel about tbe same girl last Sunday
Doth men are occupying cots la the
saino room at publio headquarters to
day being quite seriously wounaeo as
to lay them up for some days to come.
Lott's cuts seem more serious than Lee's
Sun shot wound with no bones broken
otb have been charged with assault
with Intent to kill.
Juatlce Crawford's Court.
Vlello Martinez was charged wltb the
tbef t of a wagon and four head ot stook
and a warrant issued lor nis arrest.
A warrant was Issued for the arrest oT
John Johnson oharged with tbe theft of
A man named Halter was charged with
naving commuted an assault anu a war
rant was issued ror mi arrest.
Tbe case or Oscar Carothers for using
abusive and Insulting language towards
two colored women was tried and fined
S5 and costs.
Tbo cases against tbe two newspspsr
men ror ngnting was sunmiucu ano
not tried and both parties were fined
$1 eacu tne lowest nne.
Juatlce Adam's Court.
Tbe case or O. B. Boero vs. Issy
Landa. on ooen account was tried by a
Jury this morning and a verdlot was
rendered tor plalntlfl for amount sued
Justice Adam Is tying most of the
nuptial knots and does It very grace-
fully. Yesterday be married Joseph Muller
to Miss Marie Meyer.
Stole Hie Tools.
A carpenter who Intended going by
tbe Aransas Pass road this morning took
bis tool chest down to the depot last
night and left It standing on the plat-
form. When be arrived turn this morn-
ing It was found tbat tbe ohett bad been
broken open and tbe best part of tbe
tools removed. There Is no clue to the
deteotloa of tbe thieves.
Parasols Parasols I
Although the Inroads made on this itoclv
wm trreat the riallr addition has kept mm
with the nish. This week wa offer marrewut
At $ 1 .50.
Rlltr Ecru Ponireea rsnuron frames.
Eeni I'onjree II nM trimmed with handsome
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mikado Yum-Yum and Nan-Ka-Poo itylM.
Wo do not need to sing- the pratsea of our
Oursolvea. Other folks do that Tor us. jtrtry
customer Is an advertisement. Here sre tome
of the quotations for this week I
At I O and 1 2 1 -2c.
Kiyptlan and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
ftryptlanand Oriental In White Deljre Fancy
Navv Hlue llruwn and Tan. At 3D and Ka
seven Inches wide In the above stylo.
At 45 Cents.
White and He I ire M inches wide: and at Wo
White Kom and llelje IS inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
Hot Psttern. 10 yards India Linen with
yards of Embroidery In two widths at 13.60.
Ten yards tine Linen VInd.yardsof beauO
fill embroidery at a.oO. Fancy Ktlmere and
Canvass Cloth Kobe with colored embroidery
trtmtnlDjrat $0 13 ail fl. Ponfoe Drvss
Itobe at S7. tlO 10.60 and $30.
Otto Koohlor Soc. and Manager
Tbls oourt has been all the morales:
occupied with the trial of the case of the
state vs- Wallace for burglary' bat at
iu:ju ine case naa not neen larnta over
to tbe Jury
Bucklsn's Aralea salve.
The Best Halve In tbe world for Cuts
Bruises Bores Uloers Salt llheum
Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It la guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money re funded.
Price IS cent per box. For sale by A.
There Is nothing-that adds so much to per-
sonal boautjrasa set of pearlr whit teeth and
pure iweet breath. liv using- MOKLKV'S
OltllKlNTO the teeth and rums an kept In
fiertect order and a fragrant breath assured.
Inly 60 cents a box. Liquid and powder.
For sale by F. Kaltever k Bon.
Ip.slsl te artists.
Ono of tbo 11 nest establishments that San An-
tonio if not Texas can boast of Is the Art
Gallery of C. II. Mueller at 305 Commerce
irvct. Mors dbu uu uau uua . .on unufuu
men's materials of both domestlo and Im-
ported kinds. RngraTlng-s chromos and
fatnUnga are on hand In an endless variety.
Icturo frames mouldings and materials for
fresco and sign painting in larve varieties.
Tenn.. writes: '"Mvfamllr and I ar. benen'
mug . new visuuvrrr lur wu.umpuoui Bar-
ing found It to be all that roil claim for It d-
slre to testlfr to Ita virtu.. My friends to
whom I have recommended it praise It at
every opportunity. Ur. King's New Dtacverv
for Consumption Is guaraateed to our.
Coughs Colds IJronohltTs Asthma Croup and
every affection of Tbroatv Chest and Lungs
Trial Ilottlea free at A. Drelss' Drug Store
Large site II. I
weight In the baok loins and lower part of the
abdomen causing the patient to suppose be
has some affeoUon of tno kldneva or nelfh-
borlng organs. At times symptoms of indi-
gestion are present flatulenoy uneasiness ot
the stomaoh. etc. A moisture like perspira-
tion producing a very disagreeable itching
after getting warm. Is a common attendant.
UUnd Ilkwdlng and Itching Piles yield at
once to tbo application of Dr. Boskano's Plus
Hemedr. which met. dlrMtlr unon th. nurta
affected absorbing the Tumors allarlnsT the
Intense Itching and effect liar a permanent
cure. Price. 60 ocnts. Address the Dr. Bos-
kano Medlolne Company. Plqua Ohio. Bold
or uarrr L. rowl.r H. conn Co J.D.D
Sim Hart and wife will leave akortly
for tbe Catsklll mountains to spend (ho
Iiclt.msnl In Taaaa.
Croat exoitoment has been caused In the vi-
cinity of Paris. Texas by the remarkable re-
covery of Mr. J. B. Corley. who was so kslplsss
he eould not turn In bed or raise hie aeadt
everybody said he was dying of Consumption.
Atrial bottle ot Dr. tdnFs New DIseovetT
was sent him. Finding relief he bouiat a
large bottle and a box of Dr. Klnf a New Lite
Pills i by the time he had taken two boxes of
puis and two bottles of the Discovery he was
weU and had gained In Seek te pounds. Trial
Bottles c! this Ureat Dunovery for Ooasuaap-
tlon free at A. Drelss.
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