The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 1, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 25.
San Antonio Texas Tuesday May 1 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
CALCASIEU LUMBER Y1R11
East Commerce Street adjoining1 Sunset Railroad
1'. O. Ilox 233 Telephone 201.
K1SKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Consisting of Framing Timlior. Iloxlng Poncing Dressed Kloo-ing Siding. Headed Collitiu-
nil Finishing Lumber: also a full supply of Doom Siwli Minds Mouldings Shingles Dressed
nml Uough Pickets of nil Patterns Plostorlng hath ILubc-d Wire Mixed Faints llullilurs
Hardware nml everything found In ullrst-oloss luintior yanl. Wo uro prefmred to furnish
siiocl.il lillH to order lit short notice being connected wltli 0110 of tlio laitrest mills In llio Calca-
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
"San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Ilenslcy Manager.
Houston Strcot noxt to Dr. Horn's residence.
All tho delicacies of tlio season.
ELEGANT MIIVATG DIMM U009IS
OPI5N DAY AND NIGHT.
Imported'wlncs liquors and clours always on
CARTER & MULLALY
Funeral Furnished With livery Requisite.
Special attention given lo forwordlng bodies
to all iNirtsottliotlnltodStaU's. KCTTolophouo
coniioutlou. Calls attended day nnd "luht.
for Sale for $6
Tho wliolo Haco Courso Grounds containing
C&i acres of land with all tho valunblo Im-
provements formerly belonging to tho Agri-
cultural association. Tltlo perfect.
5-1-tf EI) STKVES.
TURNER OPERA HALL.
lTtlDAY MAY 1.
Tlireo nights nnd Saturday Mnllnco. Farewell
tour In America and Unit t lino In Texas
of tho world-wldo celebrities tho
Concert and Comedy Coiup'y.
An organization of rare merit. Changn of
progrummo every nlirht Adiiilpulon I'ur-
queUo $1; raised scuts 7"c; gallery fide. Mut-
Ineo prlcos5t)o. beau secured without extra
charge at Itlecho's oppofjjo postolltoc. l-DOtf
J. Joske & Hons
Aro now giving ovory lady an opportunity to
possess herself ol one of tnoso Hue stylish silk
parasols gotten up In tho very nemo of stylo
and finish Tlioy uro olfered at very low rules.
Fine saloon In first class location for salo
for half lis value.
Hoarding houses In good location; also fur-
nished houses. Furniture for sale and houses
Hotels In city nnd country whom or half In
w. i;. niiiu.N
203 West Houston street.
: LOW PRICKS AND :
: PROMPT DELIVERY i
SULLENDEIIGEIl & HARItlfl 407 Houston St
Give Mu tho Totvel l'leuso
Tlio finest lino of towellngs and sheetings nro
now on exhibition at Messrs. 8. Mayer Si Bon's
store on tho corner of Commerce and Navarro
streets jvhich nro unequalled In prlco und
iualltv. As n sample it may ho snfo to Btuto
that all linen towels aro sold at $1 2i per dozen.
'They can lit tho household kitchen and bar-
room with all requisites at such price as will
ulvu perfect satisfaction to tlio purchaser.
The Globe's Free Concerts.
Tlio evening concerts nt tho Globo saloon
405 West Conimcrco street uro attracting nt-
teutlon. 'J'ho performances einbraco works
lnim tho llrst musters. Vocal miislo within
keoplng of this. Visitors to tho city solicited
to give tho Globo a call. Fine refreshments
eatables and u fragrant smoke with polite at-
tendance always to bo had.
2-H-6in W. D. WuiniiT l'roprlotor
Protect the Complexion.
Nothing la more nceossnry to n lady than a
parasol and In this cllinuto it Is especially reriu-
slto as u protection fortho complexion. Messrs.
S. Mayor & Bon Qf Commerce street huvo n
line of pnrnsnls that has Just been opened
vhlch nro fresh und now and In styles to suit nil
classes You can buy thoiti a cheap fnnov
jninsol for 2.1 cents nnd If you want u boltor
article the prices rnngoiipwnrds to $22. A lino
brocade silk pnmsol Isottulnablo for$:t and if
an extra largo sized twill silk parasol Is re-
quired you enn got onuforSUM). Those articles
cannot bo duplicated nt uny tbiig like tho prices
in tbo city
Jnt Opening nt J. Josko .V Hunt
A lino nil lariw nsHorlmontof white luwnsund
dotted Swiss dixs goods ivltli Inwn nnd Swiss
embroidery to match.
If you wnnt lellnhlo Information about
Mexico go to NIe Tongg bookseller Commereo
street and purchase tho llepubllo or Mexico In
lW.' wltli the best mnp or our sister Republic
all lor $2 no per copy. 1 5-tr
Ladles and gentlemen to canvass for books
and alliums. Agents making three dollars a
day. Apply at2.iU West Commerce. St.. room 2
Our Stock or I idles' Llm-ene.
Hosiery and corsols was never mora complete
pelves or the low prloos nt which we oiror these
goods at present. Como und sco us.
. J.Joske Sc Sons.
Kline & Kulin's
Steim Suusngo factory recommends Itself to
all epicureans who wish to test lino ecrvelat
rollut bologna and Wloiinn sausages. Head
eheeso and blood pudding always on hand.
Salesroom 410 Houston strcot noxt door to
Maverick land otllce.
He Good Knniigh to Nolo It.
Mr. Park Doe manufacturing Jowelor nnd
engravor has taken part of tho store at 21 1
Commereo fitrcot where ho will curry on tho
business Of 11 lllillllllantllrliiir nml r.lrl
Jeweler. Dllllcult work und line engraving n
specialty. Trade work Trom ull parts or tlio
v. . .. Irv'K lmu "ansinetion guaranteed
I'urk Doe 211 Coiiiincrco street Sun Antonio.
Tho popular turners nnd cabinet makers of 220
i mm. uniisioii street iiuvo completed their new
SllOO. ThcV nro now rmull' In fremiti nnv wl
all work In their line and Invito their cus
tomers aim i no puuno generally toglvo thciu a
trial. They will muko every ellort with their
niurcuBoii inciiiues to pieuso everybody In
work and prices.
Notice to Water Consumers.
Special permits will bo required In every case
where hoso Is permitted to bo used. Wnteri-nn
only bo used tor sprinkling lrrcguttug wush-
iiib oiiiuiinn eu; muiii in n a. III. anil iron! u
io i p. in. irom ivoveniiicr I to iluv 1 and froir
r to 7 n. 111. nod I) to 8 n. m. from Mnv I tn N'n.
vcmbcrl. Itsoof hose except as above Is
prohibited. This rule extends to all water
uiKcre wituout rcterenco to date of original
4-21-lut Saw Antonio Watku Wouks Co.
Hints on Dress.
The Importance of well nmdo dresses Is ad-
mitted by all ladles both for comlort and mi.
pearunce but when readymado dresses for
t'liiiineii iiussuH nr muies nro reiiuireu it is illl-
fieult to obtain them lu sueh a stylo as will se-
cure their npprobiitlnn. Messrs. H. Major Sc
duii iiutuiumiu mis uupiirimeut a special sillily
and liavo nn elegant stock of clilld-ens' misses'
nml lnll..a' ilrisui.d mitlnl l I- ..II .:...l..
in alt styles nnd nil prkvs. Their toilet und
nresssitcqiics are mucu nuinired und nro un
Great llu renins In Houses nnd Lots.
Itock house und lino lot with tlnwcr garden
and grano arbor near Avenue D. for Si'um.
Two housos on one lot on avenue D for
Nle'o cottngo on San l'cdro nvcnuo 0 rooms
Hock houses near Alamo street $1200 JIfiOO
Two nloii jiow houses near Sunset depot
Lots lor salo In nil parts or tho city.
W. K. HILTON
208 West Houston street.
A very valunblo and pretty lot or hosiery for
ladies and children nro now on hand tit .Messrs.
Mayer i Sons' store on Commereo street and
will bo olfered ut lrom 10 to M cents per pair.
Theso aro worth from 2 to 75 cents per pair.
"""" suuuiu lunu mu ciiiiuuooi securing good
mm ciiuiip uusuj
Gradj's Coinbliiutlon of Cow Hoys
Will glvo exhibitions ut Sun l'mtrn Rnriiwn
park on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons
May s nnd ;) commencing utilo'clock. Tho nd-
iiiissioii win ueoueenis ror iiduiw und 2 cents
for children. Hair of tlio not proceeds will go
to tho Women's llenevolent association. Tho
.igiuii uavuiry nanu win ruriusli tlio ininlo.
Indies und gentlemen Invliod. 4-UO-2t
Mr. C. H. Muvllcr hnd uddei two K-nutlful
show windows to his storo riiiCniiiiiini-.nui t
In ono Is shown very lino wuter-
cniorpiiiiiiings in mo oinqrn select stock or
artists' materials. His stock of artists' and
painters' materials Is complete and em-
braces material for oil and water color pulnt-
inir lean peuuu iiruwiug crayon anil pastel!
nillntlllg. noreohlln und eh Inn ilni-nmllnn
chroino photography wax Howers deeonitlvo
nrt coach painting. Artists' lino brushes.uiatho-
niatlcai Instruments oil nnd water color paint-
ings. Engravings und ohrouios surpasses any-
thing yot soon In Toxas. StiideuU nud lov-
ers of nrt In its various types should seo this
elegant stock. Ho has llielargest and best
selected stock or plcturo frames and inotild-
uigB un sizes ever orougui to ban Antonio
which ho otfers nt oxtrtminlv low ihmn.a
Ho lias tho solo agency for tho well known nnd
most niirvino "asiiosios paints renuy lor use
Tho color nnd durability of these paints
urn admitted by tboso who aro ail-
inoriiy in Bucn inatiors to be tlio
highest grado in the market. His stock
or oils nalnts and wall naner Is nnmnlntn
and his supply or window gloss ol ovory slzo
and description Is very Inrgo. lly calling at
'tOi Commerce street tho publla can bo plcas"d
lit nuy of tho lines mentioned as well as lu tbu
low prices which aro a rule of tho bouee
LIBERTY Oil DEATH.
Itlpli Gardner an Kscaped Murderor 1
Ilecocnlzed In San Antonio and
Is There Captured.
lie Iteslsts Two Deputy Micrlfl's Keeps
Them nt Hay Until He Is
ThoI.tniiT yesterday reported that n negro
hud been shot by tho deputy slierllTs who
sought to arrest him but ns tlio Incident only
occurred Just as tho I.ioht wns going to press.
too full particulars wore not forthcoming. It
now transpires that yesterday nboutl o'clock
a colored man named Stephen Martinez saw a
burly negro upon the Military plaza whom ho
recognized ns being n man named Itnlph Gard-
ner who shot his lather some years beforo In
Gtiadalupocouiity and who was sentenced to
II vo years' Imprisonment for that offense. Five
months afterwards ho was put to work on a
form und then escaped slnco which
time ho hud not lirvn hennl fr
This was tho story he told to Mr. Hon-
son aim oom went to tno eneriir s olllce.
Hero they found Deputy Sliorlffs Alexander
mid Van Itlpcr who accompanied them to tho
shop of Mr. Joseph Vargu n saddler who re-
sides on the south side or Military plaza. Alex-
ander looked Inside the storo and thoro saw his
man. lloth tho Deputy Shcrlirs then went for-
AI.KXANDCIl 8 .1 TKD (lAHDNEIt
by saying "Good morning Itaph." At tho
Kuuio time Alexander took bis hand and they
both shook hands. Alexander then said:
"You uro my prisoner." "Whnt for?" re-
sponded (Inrdncr. " Because" said Alexander
" you aro an escaped convict." No sooner hud
Alexander uttered these words than Ourdiisr
gave Alexundcr n severe blow upon tho
chest knocking him some distance und
causing hlin to upset tlio wooden horse upon
which tho saddles wero placed Van Itlpcr
then inado an attack und was repulsed In u
llko manner. Itoth Alexander and Vnu ltlper
mudo several futllo attempts to take Gardner
but each tlmo I hey were knocked down.
Gardner then inado tor the innor room which
Is used us a work room nnd wheru knives mul-
lets nnd other things very handy us defensive
wouiions were 1 loir round. In ilil mnn
Mr. Vnrgu sson and as Gardner camo In young
Vargu run out and held tho door on tho out-
side. Hero other attempts were mado by tho
deputy slieittrs but tlioy weru in each nun vio
lently repulsed. Thoy then lired two shots
wiuo in me nopo or irigntcning uarduor but
IIKACHKD FOIt A KNIFE I.YINO
upon tho table. Then tho deputy sheriffs flrod
at Gardner. Onoshot missed; the other shot
cnicreu unrulier s uouy on too right side
passed out on tho left side and went through
the gliS3 windows In tho door passing danger-
ously near young Vurga's heud. Gardner then
fell was arrested und was placed In tlio county
Gardner's wound Is or n serious character
and his death Is vxpected during the day. Tho
t'Aso Is doubtless one or Justltlablu shooting.
Tho Deputy Shcrltrs were compelled to shoot
tho man or huvo lot him escape. Mr. Vurga
describes tho light ns being desperate und
thinks that if Gardner had havogot his weapon
he would have klllnl both ollleers. Ho would
Probably have escaped as It Is If young Vargu
had not held the door.
Mr. Varga complains that although his door
luces tho police olllce and ho stooa at his door
and whistled lor tho police upwards of II vo
minutes elapsed bolero nn oillcer came.
There seems to bo somo doubt un In tin lilnn.
titles of tho man. Somo say ho Is Gardner
others that ho Is Jlin Connois and n third party
believes the injured man to bo Ignaclo the
Tho Deputy Sherllls wero badly used and
Alexander has not yet recovered from tho
UUUUIH Ul II1U OlOW.
TIIK DOHKMIAN AT SUPl'KK.
Tho l'roprletor or tho St. Leonard Hotel
llmiquets the Press of the City.
Dr. l'hlucus li unshcry proprietor or tho St.
Leonard hotel on tho Main plaza adjoining tho
Central hotel entertained tho pross or tho city
ut suppor last evening. In addition to tho
uiuny newspaper men several other bohemlans
wero Invited. An excellent tuble wus spread
on tho European plan which was excellently
cooked by Monsieur S. Farjcan late of New
Orleans tho well-known cher or the Iloston
Club and did credit to tho stewurd Mr. It.
Munlnt. Thero was a liberal supply or good
elarot und nt tho close or tho entortalnuiont
sumo vurj uno .num s extra ury wns poured
forth lor tho regulemont of tho guests.
Tho following wus tho
l'olsson mi beurro do Moutpolicr.
Mnyonunlso do Volullle a la Itussc.
Filet de lteut pique u la Solferlno.
Itotls: Dlndcs. I'oulets Glgo do Mo'utou
Desserts: Frouiuges llannncs Aninndcs
Vins: Chuteuu Lallttc Chateau Houlllao
At tlio close of tho suppor toasts wero lu or-
dor. Mr. K. P. Clnudon tho City Clerk who is
nn old newspaper innn nctod as tonstraast r
iindgnve the prospcilty or tho St. Leonurd's
hotel which wus res mded to by Dr. Unins-
uoi jj '"iiu nor i ources respouilou to by
Mr. Chnrlcs Scuhnuuli. nml ttm ii...ro.;
Hryui Culhighan; tho press responded to by
Mr. J. C. Cochran or tho Times; tho Indies re-
sponded to by Mr. T. 11. Johnson of tho I.hiiit:
u.o.uiiwM u i iu i.uropeuu pion responded
to by Mr. II. Itrdor-Tnr nr. nf tlin i.tniiV im
Ciiiudon" tho able nnd facetious toastmastor.
In his reply Mr. Claudun gave a humorous
illustration or his name. When he wns un ed-
itor In Houston ho wns styled Genorul Clnu-
don when ho retired nud roturned uftcr a
uum iiiisuiieo mo porsonnis ueserlbcd hlin
ns Captain Claudon; again when ho returned
altera lonurornbsnnen tlin nnwsnaxnn .11
Claudon was In tho city. Laughter. This
wns bad enough but when a buroruced boy
from St. Louis Missouri camo hero and colled
dm Claud (hat was too much. It was the un-
klndost cut of nil nnd therefore when bis
friend tho LlflllT man. en mo li Intnrvlnw iin
on tho subject he said thai ho would "go" for
7n ' n ''rM.!i ' ri ...... I....L i u".tu nook
pnny then separated.'
Tho dining room haj been rearranged and re-
decorated niKl tho wholo had it very cool and
Pleasing uspeot. The St. Leonard's hotel prom-
Isos to bo one of tho most successful hotels In
The Ilest SIO Suits
Forgentli mon -ulh-nnd boys In tho Stale.
Superior in quality und mako-up to anything
overolfored foruulo at J. Josko A Sous'.
I.ATK TISLKGK Al'HIU NKWfl.
Dallas Heard From Once Moro.
DALLAS. April to Duck Wadkin nrriiird
Chsrles Wilson of belni? too Intimate with his
wife anil then stabbed him when Wilson i-hot
mm. Both are colored and are icriouily in-
jured. The Irish Contention.
PHILADELPHIA. April to. A committee
has been appointed to wait on the newsna-
pers in this city to urge that a representative
it the press or Philadelphia be sent to Ireland
n Invrctirrat. fit .1 ! 1 t -1T.1.. I-
that country in order to inform the people of
'he evils under which the Irish people are luf-
Itrslgnatlon of Conductors.
Special to tho Tlmcs-Doinocrut.
ClIATTANOOOA. Anril 20. All the nassen-
Rer conductors on the Alabama Great South-
ern ra'lroad resigned to-day. Their action
was caused by an order of General Manager
Scott directing ihem to furnish a $1000 bond
In Ihe North American Guaranty company of
v.i.li.iua. 1 lie uiqcciion was 10 me
company to which the bind wis to be given.
iiitiiroaiiAcciuent nt rort Worth.
Kort Worth April 10. Yesterdav after-
noon at 2 o'clock Conductor Fawlcs' con-
struction train ran into a steer on the track
near Ranger a station nn the Texas and Paci-
fir. thrmuincrlun nfT t ..U I. Ill:- . il
men Rice Johnson Tom Simmons and Jor-
uau uoiui negrorsjnu wiunuing live otneri.
The loss to the company is several thousand
NASIIVILLK. April . The first race one
and one-eichth Thoia awav first race never
headed and winning by a length and a half
In Iront ol Joliet a length in front of Katie
(-reed; third btandilord Kellar and Pope Leo
unplaced. Time 2:06.
Second race half a mile Mon. and Great
Maria were off first and run head and head
into the home stre ch when Kater Knquirer
filly took the second place. After a urcttv
lmh. Mnn. fin!.!! r.r.f 1... l.-lr-li--.!.
in front ol Easter second Came Virgina
ttauacc mini lime 104.
A Jlllrder ut Trier.
Tyler April 30. About 7 o'clock last
night an altercation occurred near here be-
tween Sim Shelton and II. K. Randnlnh. in
which Shelton was instantly killed by a knife
in the hands of Randolph tjic knife
beinc plunged into his brain. The aflrav tnnv
place at Porter's camp about three miles south
of this city on the line of 'he Kansas and Gulf
ciiuii uu miiiuju. on wmcn uoin men were
employed The difficulty originated over the
matter ol 50 cents bhelton was a young man
and has always lived near this place. Ran
dnlnrl nnnnl onri te nnt ...I I.Z.. ..I..- .1
though officers are in pursuit of him. '
wuyiniu HUU Mortally Wounded
San Saha April 30 J. D. Coggins of
Llano county while returning from the lown
of Llano to his home was fired upon by
some unknown parties from the roadside and
mortally wounded the shot taking effect in
his bowels. His little son who was in the
buggy with him at the time received a slight
wound in the face and head by a stray
snoi. noggins was one 01 ;tne principals in a
fight which occurred in Llano about a year
ago In winch were killed two men. He
is supposed to have been waylaid on ac-
count of the part he had taken in that
San Antonio tube Lett Anln
Houston April 30. Thursday of this week
will commence the 15U1 annual Volksiest
continuing two days. Everything is now in
readiness to make the affair an unprecedent
ed success. Fifteen out of the 24 members
of the Spanish rort band of New Orleans
engaged to play at the Volksfest arrived this
morning and will go down to Galveston this
evening to furnish mn!r (nr tUn r5-l
Maifest which commences Tuesday and
continues over Wednecdnv. Tb mk..
members of the band will arrive in lime for
Houston voikstest. uesldes this music the
Lindenberp hand nf fintvecinn
15 pieces will also furnish music for the
voidest making altogether the hnest musi-
cal programme ever before executed in this
L' . . "l"ut " cy will be civer
a half holiday on rilday to attend the VolkS'
Pittsburg April 30. The tanners' stiike
in Allegheny will probably not last much long-
er as signs of weakening are apparent on
all sides. A number ol the strikers have re
turned lo work to-day and it is thought that
others will soon follow.
To-morrow is the day set for several striken.
among them the coal miners plasterers and
cigar-makers. The miners claim that the
strike will be general and that about 6000
uicu win come out to-morrow as ordered by
the convention. The peculiarity of this strike
.. ....wm u.cr a wcck a majority ol th
miners concerned have hei-n wi.rklnX r 1.
rate against which they strike to-morrow.
1 11c anise ui uie cigar-makers it Is thoush
ulll hf a c in 1 1 1 -rr-: T t 1 - . 1
-...-.-......... i 3 simeii uiai out c
90 fsctories in this city only five will refuse t
' grant tue increase demanded and that only o
uicu win ut ouugea 10 strike.
The Ued Cross Society at Work
Nkw Orlkans April 30. The Times
Democrat's Wesson special says: William
Blackburn age 55 died of injuries received
uuuug me cycione. i he other wounded oie
generally doing well. The Red Cross socie
ty is doing noble service. Mrs. William Par-
ker who lost her husband and ton. and had
an arm amputated has been moved to Sum-
mit. Another amputation will be performed
Mondov. If she recovers she will he mrnt.illv
affected. The relief committee at Heauregard
will continue to supply the Immediate neces-
sities of those in the corporate limits until the
luuus now on uanu ate exhausted when the!
Red Cross society will take charge of the re-
lief work there. The Wesson mills are run.
nine regularly and a large force is at work
building The Red Cross society acknowl-
edges the receipt of additional contributions
and supplies. The committee sent out lo ascer-
tain the damage in Lincoln county re-
port that 40 persons all with families are
in distress their property having been swent
Ilynn nn Sullivan.
Chicago April 26 Paddy Ryan was seen
last night by a Herald reporter at hlsplace on
State street. ''What do you think of Ihe ill-
ness of Sulllvant" was asked.
"Well" said Ryan "I have seen the tele
gram about Sulliuan's illness and I believe
it is true; his lungs were never strong as was
shown in his battle with me nt Mississippi
city. If I had been in even ordinary condi
tion mat day 1 could have beaten him ta lly.
In the seventh round he was gasping for
breath nnd but for my physical disability
vvm1.11 icoueicu mcpcriccny ncipicsi the bat-
tle would have terminated differently." Then
niter a moment's thoughtful hesitation he
added: "I am honestly sorry if the report is
true for two reasons. One is that I sympa-
thize with him in his Illness and the other is
that I have always felt that I would some day
meet him again in the ring and prove to the
public that my failure In Mississippi city was
due ns reported to my hernia and poor
physical condition; in other words Sulli-
van was never a better man than I at his
OA 1U1INAL KICHIILII5U.
The King or Jthe King's Skull Kxlilhlted
iwierjiiauy xenrs Ilurlal.
Cardinal Richelieu the Kim. nf il vi
as the people had nicknamed him was en-
tombed in the fulness of his glory in the vaults
of the Sorbonne church. One day some 16
years ago the Mayor of a little village in
.......... fis.-mcu inmseii oeiore the lim-
neror Nano enn III. . n .
r - . . . " small UOK
which he brought under his arm unwrapped
the narcel whieh it -oni.ln..i i .1
!t ia ll!lnnm"lc' The skin was dried up
..... "....itu uiccycs ueepiy uunca In their
sockets the mouth contracted the teeth per-
Tm? beard mustache and eyebrows
were still in their places and the whole was
covered with n vllnu .i. 1. ut .
momical specimen. "Sire" said the mayor
.1 u l"c r"M 01 Cardinal
In Ihr rnnnlli f !W.l- . ... . .
1 .1 UU.U111U 'yji wnen a.
revolutionary parly pilaged the tombs of the
Sorbonne one of the soldiers entered Ihe
..un mn1.11 luiuaincu me ooav 01 the Cnrdi-
doubtless in ordet to facilitate some process
. 77 b' sbwcu on irom the
rest nf Ihe IimiI nre.....l l.t ir.r :. .
. .i---"-- uiiiiicii ui 11 ana
displayed it in triumph to the spectators who
l"c gfeai man's
head. Subsequently a hatter named ChtvaA
possessed himsell of the trophy and hid it in
9U1 Ihermidor came the hatter in alarm
gave the mask in charge to one of his custom-
ers the Ahhs Arm fln . .1.1
0 Hri'la y and gave it to his brother.
. ..w iiUiu); mu insects were attack-
lnir the rellr. rrn.nll.t tl.- ..Ml .
cary by whose advice It was varnished. It
.... . uu who orougnt it to
Parit in iXofj. nnd in II. r II..
it was icstored with gieit ceremony to its
--. uuiiiciH ui me aruinai m
the presence of the Archbishop of Paris
Monrignor Derboy the Duke of Richelieu
that day the hmperor has died in exile the
w. iun urn uccn mot ana me
last of the name of Rirhelien n. ..1.1 .
And now r.nrneQ the .vrliinn it... .1. -
nolka. schnttisehe nnd wilirr. in 1.-n.i
out" of fashionable society nnd the polonaise
and german are to be welcomed with open
uicu iiiatca. me cnange is the re-
ult of some of the wild war dances which
societv beaux ami helles Init-.1 i
the last five or six years. It was no uncom-
- punjr msec a man
apparently a gentleman engage a lady for a
dance and lead her so placidly out upon the
: - -;iv..iB ti.wi r. wouiu
imagine he wai going to see them dance a
minuet. Suddnlv. hnwever tl. n..i ...... .1.1
blare rut and the looker-on would be horrt-
neu 1 1 observe the alleged gentleman take the
alleged lady and rush her backward for sev-
eral vards and trv In trin hrr . Tl 1..1..
however generally managed to get a "grape-
iiic iu.k upon ner antagonist and would
pive him as food i she ..m rA
back lor the same distance. There the strug-
yic wouiu recommqnee ana the stranger
would get all worked up trying to decide who
was en'itled to first thrnw. TM 111. .....u
last lor about 10 minutes when the music
wouiu 1.11-nge ana an around lake partners
ncain. The next dnnre wn1.1 l .n..i.i
like a hurdle race of young ladies l nn li-
UJ inn iaic panncrs. up and down
the room went the rsrerc red in 1. r-.. 1
dripping with perspiration. This they called
the racrptet and was counted "jolly fun you
......... ( ..Mu.u.cuuciwsiuu 10 ne well
versed in grand and lofty tumbling to be pro-
ficient in the dances of modern society. The
evidences now are that the only things a
dancer will require are limbs feet and an in
clina'iurt to keep awake.
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