San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 179, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 14, 1886 Page: 2 of 4
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Saturday August 14 1886.
Have the Light Mailed.
Subscribers leaving tho city for tlio sum-
mcr or anytime can fiat u tho l.lflllT sent by
inalllonny iHiInt ror Ml cent it month. Tlio
address will bo chuuged as often ha desired.
Tut: convention was itruck by light
nlng last Thursday and the Swnln and
llracLeitrldge men can't fee for the II fo
of them where the llaih came from.
Tins Galveston Dally Nevta chnrnc-
terlzeathe democratic platform aa "say-
ing little and meaning less." That sizes
1 1 tip very accurately.
Can. Okkkn's address to the llelknap
rllles on Thursday evening at their
armory was full of sound sense manly
and soldierlike. The men under his
command can do no better than cut It
out and paste It In their hats.
Tut latest cotton reports show a re-
duction of prospect from 80 to 81 In the
last two weeks and then Is great fear
expressed that this per cent will bo ma-
terially lowered if the present dry
The discussion over Mexican outrages
continues to travel on personal lines.
The characters of the men who are the
accidents of the hour have -no more to
do with the.dlscusslon than tho complex-
ion of a Iletblebem baby had with old
Timir 13 no telling Just bow much real
war feeling there Is underneath the sur-
face of this talk or a Mexican scrim-
mage but there Is no doubt that many
Texans would be mighty glad of an ex-
cuse to cross the border with a Winches-
ter In their hands.
The Times having worked out Its
state policy to the eminent satisfaction
ol the other fellows It Is now In order
lor It to commence preparation fur the
county ticket. Another success like that
at Galveston and Boledad street stock
will be as high as butter was when the
cow Jumped over the moon.
Tim Tvto-TiiiKDS rule was again knock-
ed Into smithereens. In the ballot for
llcutenan governor at Galveston yester-
day. When Johnson ascertained that
Wheeler had a majority vote of the con-
vention be gracefully withdrew and
Wbeeler was nominated by acclama-
tion. Tiie weather prophets are predicting
a series of unusual storms and great
rain fall over the entire country from
the ICth to the 25th of this month.
Something to break the back-bone of
this excessive drouth and quench the
torest tires In Wisconsin and Michigan
la most devoutly to be wished.
Tux BtLyiaT honors grow slowly.
The Lancastershlre horror came upon
the poor miners like a clap of thunder
out or a clear sky and forty malned and
mangled bodies have bad the breath
burned and beaten out of them. The
perils of the poor are yet unwritten; ir
published tbey would form the saddest
volume ever given to the world.
The Oalveston News consoles Itself
over the fact that Colonel Qlddlngs
comes out of the "preliminary struggle
for governor stronger with the party In
the state than he ever was before."
This must be on the same prlnolple by
wnicn mere was more truth In a certain
darkey than any other boy on the plan
tation "because none eber come outen
There is very little doubt but that the
Mexican government will be quite chary
of Cutting lest and any unforseen acci
dent should ooonr which It might be dif-
ficult to satisfactorily explain. Cutting
aa dead Hon over in Mexico would be
worth' infinitely more tban the living
dog" be wu and will be on this side the
Jtlo Onsd.) It Is actually pity to
make) such a fuu over such a cuss but
the "security of Amerlou citizens in
Mexico leeau io oeaiana it.
THE BATTLE OFTHE DOYNE.
Tho dispatches from over the ocean
give little encouragement to Irlsh-Atner-loans
and their friends to bopo for any
speedy solution of the Irish question or
any tranqutlltatlon of that riotous spirit
which has so completely possessed the
people of Ilelfast and all Ulster. The
real cause ot this civil war now raging
In tho north of Ireland dates baok to the
Invasion of Ireland by William of
Orange In the Incrests of Kngllsh pro-
testantism nearly 200 years ago. The
bitter animosities then engendered have
never been heated and the Orange and
Catholic societies have ever been ready
to cngago In a bloody scrimmage when-
ever the occasion offered. The Orange-
men have continued to celebrate the
battle of the Uoyne for 100 years and
every celebration Is acoeptcd as a direct
Insult by the C'athollo societies. Ilelfast
Is the center of this Orange strength
animosity and bitterness. The Orange-
men or loyalists as tbey have become
known during this home rule contest
are largely In tho majority In Ilelfast
and the municipal regulations bear
heavily upon tho Catholics who aro not
permitted to march In procession
through the streots with bands and ban-
nera as do the Orangemen. The bitter-
ness Is fostered b tho clergy of both
sides although It seems from the dis-
patches that the 1'rotestant clergy are
largely the guilty parties. The defeat
of home rule was hailed by the loyalist
orangemen as a victory and tho l'rotes-
tnnt clergy say thac the present riot
was occasioned by the exasperation of
the Catholics on that atoount. Father
Urcene a Catholic priest of twenty
years standing In Ilelfast says that It
was occasioned by the i'rotestant bands
paradlngtheslreetsln their triumph and
singing "lloyne Water" "Kick the
Tope." That the Catholics retaliated
by pitching Into an Orange procession
of worklngmcn who on returning from
their work rushed through the Cathollo
quarter of the city cursing the Catholics.
The Orange quarters were policed and
the Orangemen swore that they would
march an army of 200000 Orangemen on
the poll co unless they were withdrawn.
The police were taken away from the
Orange quarters but they remained In
the city. Tho civil war Is not the result
of home rule agitation though caused In
some measure by It. Home rulo agita-
tion Is the mere occasion. It has called
Into active play tho murderous animosi-
ties of a religious hatred which for 200
years has lost no opportunity of mani-
festing Itself and which now threatens
to kindle the llres of a religious war
which shall Involve all Ulster In Its ter-
ClUNyiLt the great Hun-beam of the
prohibition party pronounces a death
Judgment upon Itoss whom It charac-
terizes as the weakest man beforo the
convention so far as bis ability to repre-
sent the parly Is conoernid and from n
prohibition stand point the weakest
morally ills having taken the stump
In the Interest of the Waco ring In the
scourge-cm-back campaign of last year
the prohibitionists regard as a deadly In-
sult. The sop thrown out In the local
option plank Is not accepted by the pro-
hibition Cerberus and & Brother Cran-
(111 says that the democratic machine In
Oalveston having been run by tbe"cor-
poratlons and tho whisky ring all pro-
hibitionists will bolt tho nominations.
Tub blow has fallen at last nnd thcro
is no mistaking tho hand that smites.
Ills holiness the popo of Home basis-
sued his anathema tnaranatha- against
the Knights of Labor and Includes them
with tho secret societies already placed
under ban. It was .known some weeks
since that this was the decision of the
papal chair and some of the bishops of
the church both In Canada and the Uni-
ted States have preached their crusades
against the order. This proclamation
of the pope goes farther than mere opin-
ion. It comes In the shape of a per-
emptory order to his bishops and clergy
who are enjoined to preach against It.
What the result of this fulmlnatlon from
the holy see will be It were Idle to even
conjecture. It Is an open secret that
there are thousands and tens of thou-
sands of devout Catholtos In the ranks of
the order who will be governed liy this
demand of the spiritual bead of the
church and In so far as they are con-
cerned the order will loso heavily In
membership. It will also lose heavily In
material from which to recruit the ranks
of the order as few Catholics will be
likely to seek admission In opposition to
the commands of the clergy acting un-
der direct Instructions from Itome. A
solution of the whole matter would bo
to relieve the order of Its secret charac
ter and make all Its transactions open
and it is a question If In so doing the or-
der would not gain fully as much as It
would lose. Its secret character now Is
In many Instances only In name and
what Is done In seoret Is generally told
on the street corners.
The discussion concerning the nav.
ment of wages by the city to Its street
laborers continues to vex the souls of
men. The controversy Is Idle. No con-
clusions are likely to be reached. It Is
tho old old story of buying labor at the
lowest possible rate and coining money
out ot tne necessities or the working
classes. All that a man hath will be
given for his life. The unemnloved will
always be ready to work for enough to
keep soui ana uoay together If nothing
oeiter oners. The one question In this
discussion Is this Shall the city In Its
corporate capacity follow the lead of
the soul grinders and cut wages on
these streets down to the lowest point
at which labor can be orocured. that
the point' at which life can be sustained
for that is the point to which mmm.
tltlon In the present state of the ui.
market would reduce It or shall this
city pay a fair compensation for the
work performed and so wash her bands
of the sin of starving the laborer and
brutalizing the working classes? It Is
not a question or charity It Is a question
of the proper enumeration or labor.
There are two theories held on this mat-
ter; one that the price or labor must be
regulated by the number or unemployed
persons in the community; the other
that the price or the labor should be
such as to enable the man who performs
It to live decently not degradlnglr and
enjoy a fair sbaro or the profits or his
toll. The advocates of these two theo-
ries may argue until doomsday' and
they will bo no nearer a result than they
are to-day. The I.tmiT advocates a far
day's wages for a fair day's work.
Mexico has proposed and the United
States government has accepted a plan
whereby the stato department at Wash-
ington may avoid the most serious con-
sequences or Its bluuder. This Is to
send some ablo lawyer to Mexico who
as representative of the United Slates
government shall confer with the attor-
ney general or Mextoo on Cutting's case
and no some amloable solution be arrived
at. The cabinet has accepted tho pro-
posal ot Mexico and will send an envoy.
In the meantime Cutting's case remains
In statue quo. Neither government
will be bound by the action of Its envoy.
The only result of the coherence will
be toglve the several governments more
correct Information concerning the facta
and the Interpretations of law govern
Ing the case. This proposition comes as
a perfect godsend to Ilayard.
lUviiin has no doubt blundered In
demanding the release of Cutting before
complying with the regulations In such
case formally agreed upon but having
made bis demand and reiterated It he
must stand by his guns. On complaint
or tbe American oonsul Ilayard should
have required or the Mexican authorities
a full explanation or the case and fall-
ing to llnd such explanation satisfactory
a demand for Cutting's release would
havo been In order. That the demand
for the release came before tho Mexican
government were given an opportunity
for explanation as was formally agreed
upon In all such cases Is merely a demo
crats blunder. Having made It and
repeated his demand Ilayard must seo
that It Is enforced.
For Sale A Bargain
To Immetllnto buyer A four-room house with
gnblo lot vi fort front by' Kl varus 'deep. For
sale on account ot owner leaving tlio city.
1'nrt cash balance on long lluio. ror parucu
Itirs Inquire on premises So. II South street
Fourth ward. t
Karo Opportunity to Bocuro a Homo.
A irorxl soicn-ruoin houno. well finished good
stable water 111 house lucutoil In ttmmLilt-
limbic part of tho elty comonlcill to street
ARTED-Kverybody to know that n
WH. NKUMAN5. OEO. 1CKR.
Neumann & Icke
Wholesalo and retail dealers In
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
(louds delivered promptly to any part of tho
JT-Aii we tunc is a trial to convince- tno iui
Ho that wo sell frnods at rock-bottom prlcvs
and kIvo them the boat articles.
COR.E.COMMERCE AND LIVE OAK STS.
Telephone. No. ITT. t-Mra
Seffel & Herwiek
Ornamental Plain Sign and House Painters
Alamo St. Opp. Scholz Hall.
Geo. M. Silsbee
1 1 rick Laying- 1'Iasterlnfr. Ornamental work
a specialty. All work jruarautced.
112 Fourth Street
San Antonio - - Texas.
The Little Bcc-Hivo
HOOT AND SHOE MANUFACrrUKINU
All tho latest and inodern styles or Hoots
and Shoes on hand and made to order on short
notlco. Custom work a specialty. Men's Hoots
soled and heeled for 11.
ERNST LANCE Proprietor
SIS RABT HOUSTON ST. . SAN ANTONIO.
. COTTON. M1U1S A. HOflNUNfli
Telephone No SM.
Excelsior Planing Mills
Contractors and Bulltlors.
Sash Doors Blinds
Odd-slzo Bash Doors and minds undo on
bortnotleo. Bcrol Bawlnfr.TurnlitK.Uto. to
order. Storo and OBIco Fitting specialty.
OFFICE AND MILLl
Travis St.. Cor. Avoa C and D
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
H. W. GAPKI1AHT.
CITY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Will furnish help of all kinds Clerks House
Servants Farm Hands Laborers Dairymen
City ami country real estato for salo rent
Call and seo us.
29 Acequla Street.
Land and General
"as or sale lands and stock In Tolas and
tillable information about aoiulrlngiauds
Facilities for oolloetlnir claims In Mellon.
Also translations mado In Spanish
.I'l.vxj nuu ivkm uuuumem. in said lauiruairf
correctly and promptly executed.
J nqulre fur bargains. Otlloo!
No. 4 East Commorco Street
Omen Ban Antu.ho St. II'tICo.I
April 21 1880.
During tho summer last oar on tha
Ban I'cdro line will lcavo the Borings it
10:30 p. m. except Saturday and Sunday
on which days they will run regular till
ii p. ni.
Kztrn cars can be bad at all hours by
parties wituingto remain later.
A. IlcuxAr President.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Byrup
should always bo used for ohlldren
teething. It sooths the child softens
the gums alleys all pain cures wind
colic and Is the best remedy for dlar-
rncca. -ji cents a uotuc. f-aa-iyr
Diarrhoea collo cramps alns In tho stom-
ach lameness sprains lumbajrn swelllnirs
unliii In tho head urtiudr. neuralirla. rheum
ihm and toothache all pain. Internal or otter
mil cured mucker with HoNHKItKUI. KII1HT
man any other remedy wo rruaranloo mat
Wonderful Khrht will euro you and relievo you
oi pain duiu oy r. rtaueycr oon.
lllrain Cameron furniture denier of Colum
bus Oa. tells his eiperlenee tliufll "For
three years haro tried every remedy on the
market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders
hut itnt no relief until 1 used Uectrlo llllters.
Took Ave ttotllcs and am now cured nnd think
Kleetrlo Hitters tho Heat Mlood I'urtller In tho
world." MnlnrA.li. Ileel. of Went Liberty.
Ky. used Eloctrlo Hitters for an old slandliiff
Money anecuon ana snysi -rtoininKnasover
dona mo so much irood as Electric Hitters."
Sold at &U cents n bottlo br A. Drelss. 4
Job printing In every variety at
bottom prices done at the I.tfliiToUlce.
Tho Southern Palace of
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Only Resort of Pleasure in the
City of San Antonio.
Concert dally from 3-M to 10::) p. m.
A variety of amusements for young and old.
Itcfresbments of all kinds. Plenty of shade.
A first-class restaurant la attached to tbees
(l.Vfm F. KKIIIILB 1'roprtetor.
SIMON FEST'S GARDEN
i u foment A of all kfndi iliirlnir tlio wM
anJ on Hundtiya.
lintico every Hunday
Tlio public mid Btruntr era Invited. 4-tMim
Yeramendi Garden and Bar!
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
H01 FREE LUNCH 0H 10 TO 12 M.
MIO IIAMKEN CO.
J. D. FRY..MANAGER.
Bar Room Restaurant
AND ICE CREAM.
East Side Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas.
FRANK BTAlllt 1'llOrUIKTOIl
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN..
Uoouib with board $1X0 to $2.00 per day ao-
conlltiK to locality; also rooms without board.
Lines of street cars pass tho doors between
both depots every eight minutes.
pyIn connection with tho hotel wlUkecp
his rcfrular Fish nnd Ovstcr business. 6-9-tf
MRS. E. T. REED
26 Soled ad St. San Antonio Tex.
Cigars Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
China and Clay 1'Jpes u
i also In connection with i
WviikueMi. l.o.HllDflr Lack
rr rlr II HAW Ml I.C)UA1 .nil I.
;lf Iron twlMiu thM 1 lull llllarloil
brt'.wc' trim hlttol I thnrMtglilr grand mtxtt
i 1 dm It hi my Vtu tW nrl find it arUnu
I Uu)otbrfn-tuoltnra In wukiiMstrv or Un oon
riiivaosMMMltj. It l kU tKal U cUlmwt fortt
Da. W. N. Watzm lilt Thhtr-PMond
t iittmn. II. Oh Milt " jiruwD'a Irau IlltUn ii
4 Tutilo lb tgm Notbfn Irtter ft mtUft
rn titv flron atrviisttb u4 lnproTM dctioaH
C in Inn Lm ibnvaTrmdo kltrk tnd crrnswwd rfd liaoi
i j rrpiwr. Take noatber MMtoaalbj I
nttw Into tlovsMt wnmrffit.
UioM who hm1 builtim up.
Hi BEST TONIC
TIIRIIRALTIIFUb AND NUTMTIOU8
lit stores to the Flour the Stremrth-frirlnflr
Vhosphatcs that are removed with tho bran
and which aro required by tho system. No
other IlaklnsTt'owdfTdocs this. It costs less
and Is Healthier and Btronger than any other
George H. Kaltoycr
HAN ANTONIO - - TKXA8
San Antonio. Tdi.. July 1 1W5.
I purchased In this city a packHjfa of Prof
Ilorsftird's SelMlalslnir Itruad Preparation
and submlttiil It to a chemical domination
and ttnd that tho same is composed of pure
and non-poisonous chemicals.
Tlio Idea or I'rof. I lor a ford was Indeed a
irrand ono In supplanting the Indlffcstlblo tar-
tarato or soda which Is always the end result
of all Halt 1 tin Powders oompowd of Cream of
Tartar and Soda by tho solublo phosphate or
I lino and soda the very nutritive value or
bread and tho bono-produclnir elements of
It Is certainly tho bent and most healthy
brcud-ralslnfr preparation evor offered to the
public and every mother that has tho health
of her children at heart should uso no other.
1 can only Join In tho endorsement riven by
the lalo celebrated chemist. Prof llaron V
Llcbftr to this preparation lu saylntrt "I con
elder this Invention as ono of tho most useful
Iftfu which science has mado to mankind."
For Sale by nil Grocers. Try It.
est and quietest relief and 'cure at tho
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Cor. of Houston and St. Mary's Sti.
Which Is the most thoroutrhlv fitted un of
any institution of tho kind In tho Stato.
Auction aj Commission
Merchants Heal Kstatc Agents nd
Havo ample store room And will store con
Sign ment or sell them at prlvatosale or at
auction at No. 7 West Houston street Comal
Fish and Oysters
The Bay Fishery
Depot on Qalau street south of and oppo-
site tho cathedral. Is a well known flsh stand
whero everything In that lino Is kept In re
f rlirerators built ror that purpose. Fish both
Gulf river and lakoflsh aieto bo had with
shrimp crabs turtles etc and at bottom
prices A wan; on is on hand to deliver fish
twlco per day during tho forenoon and from
4 o'clock to 0:30 o'clock In tho ovenlntr.
Tlio polite and atTablo "Klnahan" Is In
charge and will take pleasure In woltlntr upon
RACKETT 4 SALLIWAY
Plain and Ornamental Plasterers
Patent Stone Mantols.
OFFICES 136 E. Coramerc. and IIS St. Man's St
ALAMO IRON WORKS.
Engines Boilers Gins and Mill
Mado and Repaired
OmCK-NO. 11 DKVINB BUILDING.
8AN ANTONIO TEXAS
SPRING AND- SUMMER
The Grand Opening!
DRESS GOODS DEPAETM'T
Sprit and Sour Sis!
I'laJn and Surrah.
Nun's Velllnir. natl.tcx. T.m'so. Iluntlnirs
eto.. Htsplo and Domestic Uootls.
Grenadines and Lawns
In Striped and 1'laln Checkered andrialn.
IN THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
All tho Latest Styles and Fatterns for Sprlnir
and Summer Wenr can bo soon and will be
trltoinodto suit tho most fastidious tasto.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Is tho finest i
tid lnrirestor Anylliliiir
In West Toias embracing all tho Latest l'at-
tsrns and Styles.
i uu uui Bivo kuuus uwciy qui win sen at sucn low
figures purchasers will not go any further when they
once price my goods. A call Is cordially solicited.
Main Plaza and Aceqnia Street San Antonio Tex.
ST AFF EL & KUHJL
Goneral Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hidec.
Aironta for Wolr Sulky Plow Stool Itldln? and Walking Cultivators Corn and Cotton
Planters Docrlng Mowers Ilcapers. Hinders and Harvesting Machines.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
J. H. MARQUART
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Gents Calf rtoots from f t upward! Hoys' Hoots of all descriptions! Hoys Shoes calf and
grain tn button and luce.
The Seamless OXPOlin PATH NT LKATIIRIt HANCINO POMP nicest Shoo In tho mar
ket. l'loirant OI'UltA SLH'PUItS Just tho thing for a nloo present. Full lino of IIKAVV
HOOTS topt In tho market! prleo 5.llu. Come and examlno thorn A oomplote stock of
Cents' KINIJ HUTfON LACK and (taller Shoes. They should bo seen to bo appreciated.
twin addition to my stock of Hoots and Shoes Hairry all kinds of shoo polish for
ladle.' and children s shoes aud tho celobratod "T. M.'( Ulacklng for genu' snoos.
-Ordcrs for any styles of Hoots and Bhoes will bo promptly oiocutod. A nlco tit and
general satisfaction guaranteed
INTERNATIONALANMR R. R. DIVISION.
With All Modorn Iinprovotnents Through Uotwoen
Galveston and St. Louis ISan Antonio & St. Louis
VIA TEXARKANA. VIA DEN1SON.
;wlthout Cbango of Cars of any Description and Only Ono Cbango to
Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Washing-
ton Philadelphia New York Boston
And Other Principal Cities In tho
HORTH AND EAST.
HfTraln leaving Sun Antonio at 0:30 a. m. has Pullman Hotel Car via Donlson through
to St. Louis terrain leaving Sin Antonio at t:HI p. m. has I'ulliuan Palaoo Sleeping Car
via Ucnlson through to Kansas City oonnojtlng at llnnlsnn with Through Rleooor tn St
Louis. srpassongors booko I to and from all point In UUKUPK vll tho ''AMUHIOAN" 3
B. Lino botwoon I'Tlll.ADKM'HIA iin.l LI VRlll'OOL and tho"HKU STAH" S. S. Lino bo
twoonNKW YORK P111LAUKL1M1IA and ANTWRKP. For full Information call on
J. S. MacNAMARA. W. F. SIMMONS.
Ticket Agent 285 Commerce Stroet Kampman Rulldlng. Tfokct Agent I. & Q. N. Dopot
H. P. HUGHES. B. W. McCULLOUGH.
P Ah Houston. Tox. a. P. & T. A.. Dallas. Tozas
SAM AMMO & ARANSAS PASS RAILWAY
Until furthor notice our trains will run aa follows. Dally except Sunday
Luvi Bin Antonio 8:30 a. m.
Arrive at Bkkvillk S:lfi r. M.
SouTitnouNt) Tiuiks Lkavk IIeevillk B:1B p. m.
" " " Bkiumoiik 0:15 r. ii.
AnniVKat Papawt'k 7:15 r.M.
Northbound Trains Ik.vk I'aiulotk 0:30 a. u.
" " " Skiumore 1i30 m.
" ' " liEEYILLE 8:4BA. II.
Arrive nt SiN Antonio 6-OO'p. u.
Cpnnect at Ban Antonio with Missouri Paolno and Southorn Pacific Hallways! at Floros-
vllle with Stae Lines for Sutherland Springs l'leasanton and Lavorntat at Kenedy for
llolenai at Pettus for Mineral City and making closo hack connection at Papalote for Corpus
Christl and all points south. r
U. LOTT B. F. YOAKUM
President mud General Managbr. Trafflo Manager.
RICE & DALLAS
(Lato with Woo IKrn i Co. New Orleans La.
DROP IN AND SEK US
mm mm. m i& Htm w
(mm v By-iTfn and
Butldlns Material of all kinds shapes or sizes. A largo assortment of Ornament
Goods always In stock. Ws koen constantly on hand largo quantities of tht norer ret lor-
passei' J. Halaoh'B Barb and Fence Wire. W are sucoessfu.' oompeUtort In Brie
and goods. Come and betoonrlnoed w
' 0UTH OF SUNSET DEPOT - - SAN ANTQNI0 TEXAS.
In Gloves Laces and Fancy Gseds
Ho exhibits tho tanrcst Htook ever brougbfto
NAINSOOK AND MULL
In both Whit and Colored.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS!
Tho Furnlturo Department Isooraplototrlth
Household Goods and hu will sultorerrbodr
m this llup. Araonif other mnat wo BndVlush
Tarlor Suits MobaJr l'arlor Butts Walnut and
Ash llcdroom Suits Wardrobes Chairs llodr
Ilrussels and lnpraln Carpets ltug-s Mat
llnir. Curtains Window Shades Klo. Conn-
try orders tilled prnmptlr and satisfaction
guaranteed. Sena for samples.
Hardware. Paints. Oils filass. Rtr
StnvfiS. Tinworfl HnnnAPnrnlchlnil CaaiU
60U: COUNTS lOH
uouon r-mnt stovos and Ranges
Tho BEST on Earth
Now York- Enamel Paint Company's Mixed Pain
Host In the market. Largo lino of Heating
Stovos at-Low Prloes.
c ou VK8T UOMMEBOE HTEEET.
WHEW YOU ARB IN TOWN.
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