San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 346, Ed. 1, Monday, December 20, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY DECEMBER 20 1886.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
For8UUulaTlalrun Mountain... . :a.ni
for 81. Louie TUUlHOurl Faciuo.... :! p. m
Far Undo 10:ta.m
from 8U Louis. Missouri Paoln.....10:0 p.lm
From Bt. Kuls. Ma Iron Mountain 10:M p. m
From 8U louli. Tin MIMourlPoino..W:j m
From Laredo I:W p. m
Q H. A a A. Ballroad.
ONel TRAIN TO WEW OitLBANB DA-LY
thuouoii lirani ast dailti
OalTMtoa 1:00 n.m
AHMVM mOM TBI BAST.
Arrlre from New Orleans Houston
7:56 p. m
Imti for San FranolMO El Paso and
.. TiSOp. ra
7:30 a. m
B. A. & A. P. Railroad.
AaairaLa ako dipartuhi.
Cntll further notice our trains wii run
Dally (eioept Sunday) as follows!
Lear. Pan Antonio 10.30 a. m.
EeareUaerllloat U p. m.
Arrives at Corput Christ! VM p. m.
Leavos Corpus Christ! . 6:45 a.
11.10 p. m.
. 4 in p. m.
n Curtl MinmalUin aeiirsijis
A WBONG EIQETED.
tween tneir pan ana ttirir present to tx
bridged orer by the commonplace noth
lugs of society conversation.
The housekeeper met them at the door
with a white allocked face saying that
shortly after Mr. Fane's deiarture tho
poor woman he had left In her care to be
refreshed by rest and nourishment had
fallen Into a swoon which termed so like
death that the thought It would surely
end that way.
Tell Joseph to go for Dr. Gaston" was
Mr. Fane's brief answer. Then he led
Clair. Into the library where he had left
She was lying upon a sofa mmn which
a pillow bad been placed to suppoitt her
head. In the wasted sharply-outlined
features little remained of the beauty
which bad made her remarkable.
Whatever barm had been done to her
br.thlt tnor. dying creature she forgav
her fully. Her only feeling was one of
Intent pity. Aa though tier loucn du
aroused the waning embers of life within
the wasted frame Milllcent opened her
yea and fixed them upon the tender
sympathetic face bending over her.
"So you have come" she said faintly.
"It is good for now I can die In peace"
Then she turned her eyes upon Robert.
"It was I who wrote that letter and it
was I who met James Grant. He was my
lover and he hated you and wished to
wreck your happiness. I borrowed some
of Claire' clothes under a pretence of
taking a pattern of them and in the
moonlight you could not tell the differ-
nee. as I was of an equal height with
her. I do not expect to be forgiven but
1 mutt do even this tartly justice beiore i
ro to meet mv offended Maker."
Her words wero a complete enigma to
Claire aa Robert had made no explana-
tion of bit conduct thinking in his .hot
anirer. that Claire had been making a fool
of him and of course being guilty would
know that he had discovered the truth.
"What does she meant" she asked
wonderingly. turning to Uolert
stood rate and item beside her. "What
letter does the sueak of and what
James Grant to do with my lifel I do
"It means that you and I have been
the victims of a designing villain and
that yonder poor creature was nude the
instrument of carrying out his pltns and
of wrecking our hapnineis. I believed
the letter ibe wrote me saying that you
eared only for my money ami that your
love was given to another and went to
the spot designated by the writer where
be said you wer. to meet the one whom
you really loved. Blind fool that I proved
myself to fall Into a trap like thatl"
ClatrVa lip. quivered and her ye
died with teart. She said gently i
I ahould have thought you would have
undeittood my character better than to
have thought that of me."
"When Jealousy has taken posseralon
of man reason vacates her throne. I was
mail with anger and disappointments
For. Claire. I loved you witli a consuming
passion and though I am hopeless of
winning even a Kind tuougni irom you
I love you still and have worshipped you
all these long years notwithstanding that
I bad (aa I thought) ocular proof that
you had been false to me."
Millicent'i large black eyes brilliant
with feverish excitement had wandered
alternately from once face to the other
and with a woman's unerring Intuition
be taw that Claire still loved Robert
Fan. With a convulsive effort she rose
and went to the tide of the woman she
"Lov forgets all forgives all" ah
Clalre'a tweet face was crimson with
blushes but her great eyes wer luml
nous with happy light.
She turned to Robert who was watch
log her with an eager hopeful expression
which Baa long been aneem irom nis lace.
Bbe nut oat her hands with a timid ges
ture. Tbe next Instant aha waa gathered
to her lover! heart.
"Nothing but death can corns between
na now" he murmured.
Again the ghastly pallor crept over
Ml'ilnnl's face. Bha tank down again
jri disengaged herself from her lov
n't embrace and went to her.
"Mar God feririva yon at freely aa
do!" ah whispered. And in proof of her
forgiveness ah touched her lipa to the
pal forehead. An upward look grateful
and earnest rewarded her. It waa the
but Sicker of life a expiring' taper.
Milllcent had gone to meet her Judge.
But a new life bad opened out before
tbe two ah bad to deeply wronged.
When June' aweet rosea unfolded their
fragrant pstala a gay wedding-party a.
embled at the Cedars to witness the In-
erchange of man lace vows between 1
Clalrp amt Madge and their chosen bride-
grooms Kobeit Fane and bis nephew
HELEN HUNT JACKSON.
HER CRAVE ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP.
Th. Noted Writer anil Noble Woman En
tombed as Mi. Wlihed to Ila-U.r
La. t Horn.
'We wish to visit Mrt. Helen Hunt
Jackson's grave to-day" wo said to our
guide aa wo entered tho carriage at the
door of our hotel In Colorado Springs
one lovely June day last spring. "All
right" was tho reply "but youwlll have
do some climbing 1 tell you lor ner
grave It half a mile abovo the last of the
seven falls." A delightful drive of Qvo
miles brought us to the cntranco of Chey-
enne Canon; there wo alighted as tho
road had been rendered Impassable by
last winter storms. Wo soon found
ourselves as it seemed In the very heart
of the mountains. On every side rose
the dark granlto walls towering hun-
dreds of feet abovo our heads. Tbe road
was barely wide enough to have allowed
carriage to pass: along one side ran a
llttlo tinging mountain stream. Ob
thoto mountain streams how beautiful
they arel Slipping through ravines
roaring through gorges thundering over
precipices shimmering In pools spark
ling In sunlight gleaming In shade sing
ing wnupering itugning cnarming me
eye entrancing the car. Wo never tired
of admiring them. Thlt one ran close
to the base of the mountain and like all
the others was dcllclously cool and re-
freshing to tho taste. Not a tunbeam
reached ns. We walked as in the "re-
ligious light" of tome grand old cathe-
dral. The air was pure and exhilarating.
At every ttcp new beauties caught our
eyet. Suddenly before uj rose the lofty
wall at If to stop farther progress; but
lol turning a sharp corner we beheld
the Srst or tue seven lans guttering ana
foaming; It fell from Its rocky height "a
thing of beauty and a Joy forever.
"If you can climb those stairs" said
our guide "to the top of tho falls and
then go still on and up a quarter of a
mile you will reach the summit of Mount
Jackson." "We can do It" we cried
UP WE WENT.
These stairs TOO feet In height are built
almost perpendicularly up tho mountain
tide. At Intervals are small landings.
where one can rest and feast their eyes
at leisure. At tho foot of tbe third rail
clank had been laid from the landing
to a small clef t In the rock on tho other
aide of the fall and one adventurous
routh crossed on It and stood a moment
eanln? airalnst the mountain and gazing
np at tbe torrent as It poured over tbe
precipice above him. lie enjoyed it but
It looked dantrerous to tbe onlookers.
and wo were glad when he was at our
tide again. 'Arrived at the last fall we
found ourselves In a gorge-like spot be-
tween two peaks still rising higher and
higher. The stream rippica merruy ai
our feet all unconscious of the rockl it
must leap on Its way to the valley. And
on a board attached to a tree we saw
written: "Follow the arrows to the left
and you will reach Mrs. Jackson's
Then n tht thadt of half a doien mall
xrtu wai a lonely mouna.
We did as directed and after climbing
It appeared to us a mile tho way was so
ttcep and the footing so insecure we
found ourselves on a small plateau em-
bracing perhaps an aero of level ground.
There In tho shade of half a dozen small
trees was a lonely mound with Doweu
heads we stood beside it. Abovo us on
itherslde and behind us towered tho
mountains: before us. bathed In sunlight.
lay tbe valley so far below that the city
or uoioraao bonnes looked like a miniat
ure fairy town Instead of a dwelling
place for ordinary mortals. How still 1
How stllll No long of bird; not oven the
nam or an insect aisiuroea me solemn
Our voices hushed we looked unward
Heaven seemed nearer than earth. The
whits clouds floating In tho blue iky
the dark mountain tides with hero and
there a cedtr tree springing Irom a ciell
in me r-cm tne nttie mouna at our teet
formed a picture
KEVER TO BE FOKQOTTEK.
We gathered tho few wild flowers
neclea of varrew of different colors
and with a few white stones placed them
reverently at tne neau or too crave
wnicn it yet witnout a taDiet.
une said: "liow could she have wisn-
ed to lia In this lonely spot?" There was
no answer made to the question. Each
member or tbe Dartv baa tneir own
thought; as for me I felt It a fitting
place for the authoress of Ramona.
Blowly we retraced our steps finding
us aescent neany as uuiicuu aa we as
"How did they ever reach this place
witn a luncrai trainr i samtoinoguiae.
"mere is another road ne answered.
"bv which wagons can come within four
miles of here then mules were used tbe
rest of the way"
"Did Mrt. Jackson often come heref
"Oh. yes." be replied. "I have often
driven her carriage myself. Bho used to
penu wnoio uays up uero wuu ucr writ-
ing materials. She was a lovely woman
and at good as she was smart.
A nomery eulogy out evidently a sin
Arriving In Colorado Springs wo drove
to Mrt. Jackson's lato residence apretty.
two-story cottage with a beautiful yard
and pleasant surroundings. A Dngnt-
faced dark-eyed rnlddlo-agcd woman
received us courteously and when we
asaea mo privilege or teeing just tne tit-ting-room
and study quietly led the way
inrougn in reception-room wnicn con-
tained a great many Indian curiosities.
as also did tbe sitting-room. In which we
found the writing table as its mistress
bad leit it tne back droned witn ucr in-
vorite vine called by the Indians kin
nlklnnick. We had observed the tamo
Tina at tho foot of tho grave on tho
mountain ine sitting-room openea in-
to a small well-filled library and taste
fully arranged dining-room. In tbe cup
board of which we noticed a collection
QUAIKT ELEOANT miWA.
"Everything remains as she arranged
It" said tbe woman. "Even the vaset
on the mantle are as she last filled them.
Mv eves crew dim as I looked around
reverently and I wondered at us blind
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malt council business attended to.
vraiatoaton. D. O.. and to H. Breualng. of Ban
Antonio Texas connected with th. uoht
who will furnish Dianas ou application.
Wat. Uats Co. Baatert Waahlngton
PIPER & SCHULTHE87
Nos. 8 10 12 14 Ytuni and 249 Market Sit.
METAL NAILS AND FENCE WIfilS
nvSM and Rmooth Annealed. Painted and Oalranlafdj Potc PtaaJ..
rW-m Venoo Htayt. Hollar Hiooks anil (luldea. Btretob. ra aa.la1ilawwa;-
and llrlsrht T.n aheet Inn Ualranliol Iron. Slrel. Zinc Copper. Brass
in pi Iron. Pig load. Holder o.
Machinery Steal Haling Ties Improrel
CAMBRIDGE ROUFINO COMPANY'S
Iron and Steel Roofina and Sidina. Iron
triage uo. i uanriaaes an aina tana
snecimeui Kooiing uo. waiter
We'raake Low Prices on Car lota.
Haraware Stoves Aoicnltoral minmU
Tlnwar. Agat. trwawar. and Balldara Hardware
l'alnta oils Olaaa Mails Cilery Xta.
Aotnt (or tbe Data iatomatle Bay Stacker ud Gitkrtf
(Th. Greatest Labor-Baring Maohln.)
For Parry Oo.'s t.iebratad
eaM llrlghte. I
(.aNUHScrti'i uaRDKM aaxiMi
Fence Wire ot Eierj Description and at Lowest Prices.
J. H. MARQUART
00T AND SHOE MANUFACTURER
OPPOSITE COUM HOUSE.
Gents Calf Boots from H upward) Hoys Hoots and Shoo of all descriptions to calf
.In button and law.
A full lino rtf 1IKAYY ItnnTfl. thn 1m( In th tnarktf nriM ftAJKL Crwnm rut ntunlna
them. J.M.M'af2A0andia00 bhoea. In button laee and aralter. are the t-eit tn thaatatai
etery pair iruarante-d
a ii.mpicic stocK cr uenis riPiK uuttuw LtAtKana uahkk huuks. xnerarauie
nct In the city. -
aw in aauiuon 10 ray stocK or uoots ana nnoes i oarry ail Kinas or sno Mini cor
lea and children's shoes and tho celebrated "T. M?" Ula. fciny
M Orders for in? at v Ira of Itoota andRhrfa will hm nrnrantl iMmlid. A bIa It AaJ
tVltepairinir of Gents and Ladles' Bhoes
dispatch and carv.
Goncral Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hidet.
elr Sulky Plow Btctl III J lug
Mowers lleaperallln1ers and
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST.
Prescription Calls posltlrely and promptly
Toilet and Fancy Goods. Ererjlhlng Pertaining to tbe Drug Trade.
Corner COMMBHCK St. and MAIN PLAZA.
NO. 205 ALAMO PLAZA.
hand a Pull and Fresh Stock of
thlnir found In
with care and dispatch.
SI CAHERON STItKKT
Telephone No. 229
INDIAN NATION COAL.
Thus pills wars a wonderful discovery. So others Lis them la ths worll Till pulUrsr ran
or rilisrs all manner of disease. Ths information around oath box is worth tsa times las wt f a
box of pills. Find out fyjsaw apjaj mmm aaawj isaee. Oae box will
about them and jrou BBBBBSa IJJBJ IJJBJ IJJBJ AIJBBm aonu3rsUsaritas
wmalwijiUtiini. BBBrfSM BBJJ BBBJ IJBJ BBXwB bloolaailmraiare
fu'. One piUadoss. BBBjgSW BBBJ BBBJ BBBJ BJBJakw lolUkialtkthaaM
ftrsoai'PllUeonutaBBBBJBBr BBBJ BJBB IBBJ BBBJBJh worth ef say Kasr
aothlat harmful are BJPJSJ BBJ BH BH agHrsaaad 7M UsM.
sasjr to lit aadBJBJ IBBJ BBBBJBJ IBJH BJBj-BBjr an. IfpeepIswaU
eaass no Isoohtsb. BBBJ BBS BBBBBB BBBBBB BBB bs aud t rsaMM
ths mamlous power of thess pills they would walk 100 miles U ftt a box if the eoala aei k ttaf
without. Sent by mall for 23 cents in stamps. Illnstritsd pamphlet free postpaid. Bead ate!'
ths iafbrmitloa is tery raluibla. I. S. JOSSON b CO. S3 Custom Eoass Stmt BOSTOI.IUH.
MqVq Nqui Rinh Rlnnri .
murtu umi iiiuii mwm
I will put up SfiOO that I can tka '
DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER
And ourt any ease oi syphilis or Scrofula ea Mrtk uul gaarfa-
te a perfeet and ptmuMt vm
D. P. BARB." !
flunnllaa TlniHrar Tools and
lor Hay baling I'reaaea. Af.au for
Ore. Pllftta Ac.: Unl
caiiDm aneiif nmm ore
raieni I in amrirM smnf
MT OorrFsadsM ItalsHsd.
- - i - ly v
Saa Aatoato Taarti
OoAk ttovM. OTaaaaptoej Ha
and Ooots a Specialty and atU&d4 to wlss)
and Walking CultlTators I
- - SANANTONIO.TEX.
answered Day or Night by thorough graduates
IVOnly Drug Store In th. City open all Night
Drugs. Cb cm tea's and Toilet Articles aw eTery
San Antonio Texas.
Main Plaza. San Antonto
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