The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 5, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I No. 29
San Antonio Texas Saturday May 5 1883.
Tea Cents a Week.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TUD
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
P. O. llox SSS Tclcpliono SOI.
KKKV CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Consisting of PnunliiK Timber lloxlnir. Fonclnr Drostod Mooring. Sldlnir Headed Celllnr
nil KlnlRlilnir Lumber; nlso lull supply or Doors Sash. Minds. Moiildlnfrn Khlturlcs Dressed
bikI Itouirh Picket of nil I'ntt"i'it Plnsterliiir Luth ll.irbed Wlro. .Mixed Paints Hiilldcrn
Hardware und everything found In u llrst-clnm lumber yard. Wo uru preprod to lurnlsh
riiieel.il bills to order nt short notice bcltitr connected with onu uf iho lurircst mills In I lie Culcti-
slcil rciclnn. ... . .
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas I'liie $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. ilensloy Manager.
SIXTH ANNUAL 1'ICNIO
it matter of controversy whcthcV tlio blind
should l)U irlovcd. tint nt. the nrcsciit iluv ho-
Of Misses Columbia anil Virginia Homj'i elcty si lis ttmt no lady Is ilriwl unless stio
won rs irloves. Ladles should therefore bo carc-
School I fill Hint llinlrlnvr. tliov nnn-hnui are not out
school plcnlo nt Snn l'edro springs yesterday
about AO scholars and u number of parents and
i.ati: Tisi.KaitAriiio nkhs
Albany. May 4. The bill prohibitine free
Tlio Misses ltossy gnvo their sixth annual of date ore well made and nro cut of (food patses beinir cranted to any one except rail-
iiiuioriai. -Messrs o. ."nayer v non nuvu iiihwh - - i n- " i . rt
upon mcirsucivosiuo unost 11110 or. siik 11110 "" 't7"- "'"""i i-...... .... .-
buck cotton castor nnd kid irloves. In all scmblv to-day.
shades for opern. wedding bull mid street I Successful Mrllei a.
wear nnu mcsii ginvos are iruanintecu. jaiuics Pothd. niton M . n. l.ut... f
nnd misses can be lilted with really exipilslto 1 KTKRitiURQ May 4. The bricklayers of
irloves or the best "nko ut prices tfuit seiiieely I thts city have struck for an advance to $3
exceed tho 'ost of common glmcs sold by . . . .
illicrcslulilishincnts. 1'" i "cinuiiu iur ucu iiiccnanioi
was so great that it was necessary to comply
A Reporter on the iir-l'.Hh. wilh .1.. demand.
The gentleman who calls hlmsolt Mr Lester I Htoleu Notes.
Into or the Hxpresn ycstenlay returned to Nrw York May 4. Hankers brokers and
friends being present. Tho baskets were if alb
orcd together mid nbout 1 o'clock an ulcgnnt
dinner was spread mid heartily partaken ol by
all prosent. ThoLliliiTrcprcROiitntlvowuswell
taken care of nnd made turkey and other kooi!
things rapidly disappear. About 3 p. 111. a pro-
cession was formed nnd followed by tho coro
nation of thu Oiiron. Miss Camilla Howard
Houston Street next to Dr. Horn's residence.
All tho delicacies of tho season.
ELKUAXT PIUVATG MXIXG IMMWIS
OI'KN DAY AND NIOIIT.
Imported wines liquors nnd choirs always nn
TURNER OPERA HALL.
MAY 10 11 12 1883.
Der Freiscliuetz !
(1 rami opera In four nets by Carl Maria von
Webor. (Iiund Chorus of 10 good voices. First-
class orchestra or tho host musicians assisted
liy tho F.lKhlli Cavalry baud.
Admission $1 gallery no cents ltescrvcd
seaU without extra cburgo at Hlscho's clgur
storo opposite tho postolllce. td
u (in imi
AT THE CASIX0 9I.1V 21 '83.
tari'romcniido Concert Supper nnd Hall by
tho Hun Antonio llrltlsh A'soelation. Tickets
$1 Including admission to tho whole ut Shu
ii...tu niuniwi'u uikiiIIiiu .fc Tiiinnskv's. A ami)
.Muslo House. Hollnnd'HTcu Stores or II. lty-
iler-Taylor. I.iilirr olllce. and all iiieiuiiers
Muslo by tlio KlBlitli-Unvniry iinnu
Words of Counsel for Fathers Mothers
Fow thlnirs lire In more common use than
thosu mincrtnlnlmr to the household or re.
puro 10 no ouener repicnisiico nnu it is im-
lortant to know what to buy. where to buy.
and when to buy. In anything In tho house
liirnisninir way it may no safety Hsscrteii tnai
none can olfer ii better assortment or better
prices tiidti .mossis. a. .Mayer Hons or com
mcrco streot. Table linen damask napkins
Irish and Herman made towels or (rood duality
at low prices. A parcel or elegant Jieirast
double weluht linen towels bus lust been
open-d und Is being sold nt about half their
inarKci value as unexiiiiipiooi price we may
sav they nro uiioMnir now their very line Dev
onshire all linen towels .'x4n at tho remark-
ably low price of $3 perdn.'n linen sheetliiK
eruih mid tflass towclinir ure olfcred very low
and the famous all linen Hiissln is now sold at
10 cuts tier yard. In bed spreads there uro 11
rcmtiricnmy one usFonuieui 01 .Marseilles Her-
man mid domestics. These nro tillered ut really
HiiliirHvn Uriel's. Thnv hitvi nMinril ntintlinr
lot of ol lioinilarlow nriifd bed snreads nt SI.
$1 TiO S3 mid J- CO which cannot lie equalled nt
the prices and will bear fuvomblo comparison
with those sold elsewhere at $1. &. $10 nnd
onwards ljieo snreads. with sliams tu tmiteli.
nro sold nt $UA $5HljaW)lierset. AnthiuoNot-
tlMKhain Swiss mid American laco ciirtnlnlutr
hi nil the new styles mid piittornsiit tho vorv
low prices or 18 cents cents THs cents to a
rents 40 cents. 75 cents and S2 per yard. Very
lino tnped curtains leadv lor ile eletrnnt In
deslKH and llnlsli from i to $l.. The stock in
thtsdeiiartmentls indeed well worili thu at
tention of ladles keeping house or or those who
contemplate uoititr so.
Latest Arrivals nt Joska's.
Amomr tho latest urtieli'H Just received by
.1. josko oons. Alamo street nro inco cur-
tains rrom $1 23 per pattern nnd upwards
iienuiiiui paiierns oi umnosc piik nt 4ii cents
an eleirnut iissnrtmeiit of torchon and othc
laces; lino (Icrmau table linen In sets with
hand-worked rrliurcd edirluir: silk irrenadines.
sateens solid nnd large tlurures; hnndsomo mo-
hair siiniiucr suits for JlU; while lawns and
nw ss dress uoixls w tb embroidery to muteli
mid various articles too numerous to mention
Our patrons and tho public nro requested to
cmi nnu examine ineso iroons nnu jrei prices.
n-O-tf. J. Joskg ic Sons.
TURNER OPERA HALL.
FRIDAY MAY J
Threo nlirbts nnd Snturdiiv Mutluce Farewell
tour in America mid llrsttlmo In Texas
of tho worliUwhlo celebrities tho
What He Told Her.
Fow thlnirs nro so rcipilslto to n lady as u'ood
millinery. It Is necessary not only that the
materials should be sood and that the work
should lie well done and cxecutod wlthirood
tasle but that it should bo done In tlio lut-st
siyio nnu in sucu n way us to sun too insto mm
complexion oi mo wenrer. ineso ure im
nnrtmit lioluts and cannot lie too dcoolv lm
iresseo unon ino minus or nioies woo wouiu
io well dressed. Thevnro nolnts. too. which uro
sharply watched by the enterprising firm or
Messrs. o. iiiitycr a pons oi uoiuincrco sireci
Their inlllliiorv ilenartmcut is iiudor tin
e iiiriru or .Mrs. s. iMiivcr. n inuv wno mis l ie
taste mid practical experlenca nocessnry for
too posiiiou. ii. is suppucii wiiu an ine novc
ties from l'arls. London and New York wit
all nossiblo sliced. Tho work Is woll done am
Is elisnreil at tlio lowest posiinio cost tin uil
irroiiiiils ail es emi lie rceoinmenileu to cm nt
.Mayer's store and they cmi rely upon satis
Concert and Comedy Comp'y.
An owanlJillon of rare morlt. Chnntrn or
liroirniinmo every nlirht. Admission Par-
Iniette $li raised seats T.lc; irullcry filto. Mut-
Iiieo'irleos50o. Soiibi seetirod without extra
churKO at Hlscho's opposite postolllce. 4.:mtf
Traders' National Bank
SOI Coinniorco Street
Transacts u general bnnklnir business.
Attrnctlvo Siiiiuiior (!ood
Thero nro u trrost many of vour citizens who
prefer huvlnir their dross suits Hindu to order
lint cannot always stand tho oxpenso which
that method entails. With bis usual fnmljrbt
Woirsou has purchased a lino stock of all wool
and also a line lino of trlmml'iura of ovury do-
erIitlon;nIo linens nankeens eto ior aura-
mor wear. Thoso troods nro cheap und nobby
II you want to unveil Biyusn
11 you want io iiuvuii siyunii wen iiiwuh
ko thero und irot n pattern und lmvo It inado by
your tailor. You will dlsoover u Krent piiviiiK.
Another now feature ut ids house Is tho urrlval
urn lino lot or imported mid domestic toilet
cmllts unit Horeiids of nvnrv variety mid urtee.
nnd really handsomo double mid bIiikIo duniask
lirowii una nienciieu luuie linen lino nuimius
doylies towels und tnwollnif fronting linens
eto. It Is snfo to say that any person who can
not bo suited In these goods will have to iro
iutsluo tlio city to (rot wiuit tuoy wmn. iio-
iids. rostau rants etc.. should bv all means seo
these (roods and families who want to make
Kiieelal selections will certainly niiDreclato tho
lact that they can be better suited tu a larui
nnd now stock than 111 un lm'erior one. Wolf
oaii rertnlnlv ban done bis Dart In irlvluir tin
oubllo this chance und they will hardly ncir
(.01 if. u-uu
Itiforimitlon for the Lailles.
Another olfer Inoi been imido at Wolf son
fnr tho benefit of tho ladles which thev wi
not bo slow to iiniircclato. It is hi the way of
ii fresh Invoice of tine hosiery irloves. comets.
emlirolilcr csunu parasols i licsoomtmieo tho
Infest summer novelties With this invoice
also eunio u lino line of cretonnes. Ulster
dusters and u f no lino of lad cs and missc
iiudcrKarnients Infants' robes etc. tioods
which this house makes u specialty of. Still
another Invoice is lound belnu lino lunch and
tmvolluir baskets and bans murkot nnd laun
dry buckets etc. Theso embrace ninny new
attractions torslionplnif und travel. 'I ho de-
partments In which theso floods are kept have
lieeu tnronircu wiiu mi interested crown aim
(roods nro i?olnjr off rapidly. It may seem
struiiKO wny .nr. woiison receives new I
voices "tut announces tlio fact to the nulillo
often but It will not seemstrnnso when wo r
licet that bu has a mammoth store ill which
lrom .SO to 40 persons nro liusy from inornluir
vast amount or iroous ami ttusis tno reason
why ho orders often nnd always has tho latest
mid most sensonnble (roods which ho sells low
and never lets tiieiu remain In tlio liouso luiifr
loom: at that stocking.
Notes Upon tlio Iteuent Iimoviitlon In tl
Styles anil Patterns of Hose
Next lii lttinnrlmica to a woll-llttlmr irlove Is
that of ii well-mado hose. Ii should be of irood
material neat or guiimiio piittcrn nnu we
made If tlio wearer la to have comfort und is t
rank as well dressed. And porliips thero Is
no article so tl lllcu t to obtain us reul y irood
hose. Messrs. S. Muyer & Sou havomudo this
ili.iiartinoiit an esocclal study nnd stand un
rivaled. There aioelcjtant now Has III do l'erto
hose cool nnu comrortmne nt the nnest mate
rial tor 'i 40. There ure tlio celebrated Hal
lirlirirmi hnie. lirown. bleiiehed or strlned. ut 'il
cents per pair $'3 U0 per dozen within tho
reacn oi everyoouy nnu moon enouRn ior un
urmv. ruere lire siik uosu ut iiiu reiuamaii
low price of fl 00 per pair. There uro til
d as maid ot honor und said:
" Wo place upon thy brow so fair
A wreath of lluwers rich mid rare
To crown theo on this festal day
Our sweet and lovely Quoon of May."
To which the Q'jccn
JltSS MAI.UK DYKft tIEt'UEII :
Thanks denrest friends uifectlon's twlno
Within this llnriil crown I see;
A costly crown thoiinh Jowcled rare
ComiMircd to this were nauirbt to me.
(Iroat honor and true pride 1 feel
That lovititf bauds a wreath mo wound.
Aje flowers that to mo lire dearer
III nil tho world could not bo lound.
Permit tne friends chosen nueen
Then hi the name of ouo und nil
To bid u hcurty cheerful welcome
To nil hero present larvo nnd small.
We've left tho noisy busy town
From cures we've hurried nil uwuy
To spend in Nature's temple hero
A Joyous and u happy duy.
Dame sprlnir Invites us smilingly
Within her lovely bowers to meet
And flowers sweet nnd slnginjr birds
On every side to-day us trrcct.
Then may wo all enjoy our time
Cust everv thought of euro uwny
Loso not ii sliiKio ir Idcn sunhciiin
That falls upon our path to-day.
After the crownlnir of tho Olieen the follow-
ir sctio ars do ivered recitations:
Miss .Minnie Lcrich Hecltntion: Somebody's
Mntlier: snlcndldly irlven.
Hoso Tiierioti ucriuuu spcccii: summer
Hobble C. Hani Declamation: Over und
MHa Dnima Hurt itecltcil -Mrs. llemnns
poem forsaken iieartn witu consiaciuuio
Miss Mona lferumann itcciiniion; tiinevru.
rho Snrlmr baud thcndelluhtodthouatlierlnir
Itii some excellent musleuiid theyoutu; lolks
uusod themselves dancing.
A noticeable fcutuio of the Missol Rossi's
I. .nl. wno the children nil sii'incil an well lu-
mived und to lovo thclrteuchcrti very much.
TUB SWEDISH LAD I ICS COMPANY
Mnko Their Debt)' In Turner Hull mill
l'lenso Their Ami lenee.
As a rule miscellaneous entertainers that
have visited tlio city nro by no means excel-
lent und the public huvo jrrown suspicious of
tlmt class of oiitortnliiment. This Is t crimps
tlio real reason why Turner hall was not well
llllcd last nlulit to receive tho Swedish Ladles'
Quartette Concert and Comedy company but
y aieneo or tuo eomniiuy. ino oilier-
talnment was of singular excellence. Tho
Kilmers hud L'ood voices know how to use
tlicin anil maue juuicious selection oi ineir
pieces. .Miss Anna loncrKruii is too star uy
teasou of her remarkable basso voice nnd
made n decidedly successful debut. Miss
r.inuin bherwood howovor rlvulod her In ex-
cellence und popularity. She has u very sweet
no sympuiueuo voieo nun in ner soios oiss
oily iiniiiiiuii in mo i.uiiauy sue irtuiicu
rantiirous anolause. Tlio Ullartelt'. Ill
which Mb8;-s Cederirren Oliutn .iuiuier.
ninii. Sherwood und llueklev t
were excellent especially Lliliuluir Hells und
Nearer My Hod to Theo. as rendered tiv three
of these ladles wus of a (fraud elective char-
acter. Mr. .). W. llettlnirer appeared us tho
funny man and IT ho hus not u (rood voice bo
is Is u (rood comedian nnd un able dancer. Ho
was well received and deservedly uppiaiided.
Tho comiiaiiv nnnciir ut n mutliieu to-duv mid
ut tho usual time to-nhrht and on Sunday
ubrht. Thoso who lovecooil music or wisli lo
enjoy n hearly laiiBh will do woll to bo pres-
ent ut either or ull of tho entertainments.
THIS SIIOOTINfl Of UAIlNDVIt
The Statesman Stakes Some Very Strong
Comments Upon tho Lameutn-
Tho Statesman has evidently no favorable
Impression of the recent shootlui; of ltulph
(iardner or Henderson. It says:
Tlio cold-blooded murder of the colored
i llonrirn ffrm'nrsnti. in ItnViir eimiity. on
tho supposition that ho wns an escaped con-
vict Is un out rairo on society. Hut tho Texas
oode has tuinrlit that a convict is entitled only
to tho most brutal treatment. Tlio life of u
convict has boon considered by those placed in
cluirgo ot couvicis us no inoro wonuy oi pre.
oivation man tunt oi n uanirorous orute.
While tho l.ioiiT UDholds law und order und
would at nil times support tho olllcors in tho
execution of their duty it regrets that tho
shootliur occurred becmiso If the arrest hud
At about II o'clock the crowd mmlred to the unioutucu
lipier hull mid iriKi'eded to demolish tho Kiillrouil Cliuii;es Dolrat
usual freezer or ice-cream niter which Hie I
uuiico comiuiicu uihii iiiesuiau iniiimoi iiiuru
llmv Tliey Hani;
Oil seo tho youiiir ulrl
In beauty rare
Suns kink sans curl
RiukIiik her hair!
And hear the youuir man
At tho piano there
Hnrd ns ho can
HaiiKiuir his air!
A younif mother sluiids
Oppressed with care.
With slipper In hands
lluiiirlnir her heir.
MUSIC AND DUAMA.
!mTil?.?di.VHiJ.n7iVm cautioned nCaint ncKoliatinC II
wunioii in unieairii ior paisiiiir einnii-rieii iianK oi r.ngianu notes eacti for kco pounds
nionoy and had mild" otherslateuipiils relleet numbered 7ooi8 lo 77 too Pavment Is
hut upon bis ehuruoler went to A. II. Franks' .. V" J . e. r'f'.10 'W- uyment is
eslabllsliininl whcio ho Is now omplovod stopped at the bank
mill there iissaul'ed him. This Hiissln.
.""Vi"..' . 'i0"?.r..." ..' i... I ST. 1'KfRRSl.UKG. Mav 4.-Tlie Grand
statements iir false. TP's It is said Is tho Duke Michael will soon resign the l'residency
liriind Williams Is not' otlilalned. There is u of the Council of the Emrire.
irn-at deal of mystery surrounding tho unto-1 Upon the occasion of the coronation of
concilia oi pom Kcniieinon. le Czar the no tax be reduced 16.000.-
Iiivllniton Hop. I 000 roubles for the entire Kmpire nnd a re-
A pleasant fpillicrh. nt the springs last nlnl.t "". senicnces anu penai-
enjoyed themselves lu torp'lchnrcun exercises- ' i.riimi. linn. iiMi.i
ous In ninklmrthoovcnlinriutrcoublo fur ull of Tkrrr llAUTR May 4. The cornerstone
10 invitcit (fiiesis. inoioiiowmirweiouinoutc 0flccoiorC(i Methodist church was pulled
those preeiit: . .
Miss Nettle Freisv Dayton Ohio: Miss F.lla out of the buildmp last night n id $4 or $5 in
n eisu .iii-n ieiui eisn. .ir. ii uim imiiui coin anu scrip anu tne omcr contents stolen
Misses Ciiium hurs.Miss I. ula konk e..M shcb Un- 1- . .l
son Miss Stiran. Miss May llatcheliler of Iowa; ' " V i- .1.1. am"h " c
h. ciivn siionit. Hii Wi.ish. Simon wilh. sonic contending that it was a sin to place so
Auron i rmiK 11. .mokc .1. .Meyers u. liriescn- mucn lenipuuon in tne wny o: the worldly
beck M. H.tlerson. iMSumn W. Aiulon-on anj wicked. The rest of the bulldiDg was lelt
Joo Horey S. Frank S. Juiiio. nninnrbi.il
s to tlio t"lre-
Palestine May 4 The International freight
claim dedartment moves to-morrow night from
here to Texarkana where it will consolidate
with the freight claim department of Gould's
roads centerini! at thst point.
I lie lire department has elected the lollowing
ifeiecates in the state firemen s convention:
Thomas Richard Foreman of the hose com-
pany and James Hand Secretary ol the fire
1'lTTSliURG May 4. The Chronicle's
Uniontown Pa. special says threatening let
ters continue to lie sent to to the Dukes ju-
Aimee is old and penniless. "". slljnca by the vigilance committee Mol-
W. J. Florence has been 31 years upon the Jl1!'' ct?f' "?i.viience ha'et
MaKc' .:.. ihrv tf nl Ihr mnl irMrll n1
1 uc ungual oiaiii9u .nuuimi cuuiau- crct mmi anf will do their work In such a way
fail to draw in New ork. t0 render detection very difficult.
Ltldwic Harnay has return-d to New York a Desneruto I'lirnt Iletween rnrinem 11 ml
and will soon leave the country. Drsperailnes
Mr. Henry Irving will sail for this country St. Louis May 4. A desnerate iioht he-
on uctooer 11 on tne iirtiannic. . . r t - .i i.
j j. iiouanu leaves tne iwcivce Kankin horse tllieVes in the lower nart of the Indian
' 1 I IVrritnrv. near Hnrlinnlnn nn VVrln.e.Tni.
A. fete is to be given to the professionals telllieti in thc killing ol one thief named
and scenic artists at the conclusion of the j.-em!.ng and mortally wouudinc anniher and
vincinnau lesuvai. canturinr? the third. The dead desnrmdr
Lizzie lluiton of the Ilnston Ideals will left on the nrairie. and the oilier tun tikm
shortly be married to llerndon Morsell of back to Texas where the captured horses were
ine same company. 1 stolen.
Voetillin. the scenic artist is encased in iJibor Trouble
Bh. 1 ;nTn:.ii.!lJlSvVr" painting the new scenery for the Uush Street I'ittsiiuro. May 4.-The action of the con-
"'"'"1 -.ui.w.u. lerence commiuers 01 iron manufacturers anu
Miti Alice Lineard tried to play Camille at amalpamated aisorialinn vrtirnUv In
the Imperial theatre London on Tuesday joUrni sine die wihout sa!fctory
last but did not create a favorable opinion. 0;reeratn havine reacUJd mtke
miss am avcniiisii is 10 appear ai me I stnke on une I at t his t me anne.ir ini-viin
Globe theatre London as Lady Claie in Mr. ble. Uolh sides are fiim and express deter-
Robert Iluchanah's new society drama of mination to hold oul. The committee of the
tliai name. I iron manufacturers consider their work as
Madame Modirska has ended her remilar completed and say tint if Ihe workmen desire
season closing at Booth's theatre in Juliet another conference they will hive to make
-.l J . . L' .2 ll.. rn.l ndnnr.ll 1.. ...
Francisco May 7. poinieu.
Ml. nn t nl.. I.--ll 111 ..If t. Krance.
Europe on June 17 in the Germanic. Her I'aris May 4.-Reports prevail here that
futuie arrange uents will not be decided until Count von Mollke is seriously ill.
her arrival in this country. pARS May 4 United Stales Minister
Havcrly's Philadelphia theatre will be Morton at a private interview with President
theatre. Jack Haverly has sold his one-half speec'h' ilbutn forwarded by cltizrns of IWi-
nf Rinn miuiuciiiuu iur mc sum $encCi Hhode Island as a souvenir of Ihe
01 311400. Frenchmen who died at Yorktown fighting
. i.v ui mc ior nnnrican inuepenuence. ine I'rcsiaent
death of Richard Wagner's sister Madame was deeply touched both a't the gift and thc
Ttrr.f-lrV.anc Qh- trir.tr 1 r lrr.lliMr's I .. 1 -
. ... .wr. ".".. .u manner 111 nuikii u was jircsenieu ana re-
jti.. iu uwi iuai ni; iiiajr uc tam .0 . quested ftir. fltor'on to convey lo the citizens.
nave uieu oi sorrow. of Providence his kindly regards and thanks
Kr.nrHt Ilrwlncan tlnrrtr.ll Ihr. nlln. fur the natrintic nifl.
been better organized there would huvo been of Ksmeraliia originally thought of writing Tlio Merchants' Hxchmice Klectlonlfrnud
general bnpressioiV amo.if t he coloid .co ilo ' E!' Klhir't 1 'f W" DevelpBUSeKerfest.
mat tho ollicurs wero Indllferciit ovor the mut- have been Ihe Libert Rogers the part now DALLAS May 4. The Merchants' Ex-
ler owniK 111 ifiiruiiurn ciutir. imiv iuniivrl"ju u jmimi . w.ms.
declare that If Ourdnor hud been a white man tl. 1... !i... r ...
tho ptllcprs would not linyo dared to lmvo idiot ' ' ' ""'ST. . are 1 nest and most ealliusiastic assemblaee of lnui.
blm in tho wny that tlardrer was kllleii. Thut nuiu union o.pi.uc ineairc. ine - .
tho olllcors hnvo been Instilled is n rnct tlint . Great Divorce Case is underlined ihpre Mr. riess men tver convened in Dallas. This
tew will deny nevertheless tho shootliur. wus : Wvndham. and his comnanv will visit Cali- C'ves the company their'$40ooo for buildinir
fornia in May and they intend lo sail for pulses as the lot corner of Lamar and
lingianu early in ju'y. vmiiihcii.c m uumucu
icrf win uuuy. iiuveiiiiviir.o iiiu suuiiiiuir .tub
one or thoso blunileru which Talleyrand de-
scriueu us ucintr worso man a crime.
Now I.lirbt Ilaptlst church Sunday scliool ut
Harragan and Hart have managed by their c " 1" i ' A'U"man ? l"f
latest novellv. to drive nwav from ih- il.t ?5cond ward has not yet been concluded.
0 11. m.i covenant mcotlmr lit 3 p.m.; prpochlnir the crowd of society and club men who ... vy "rauos and much Illegal voting have
nt 8 p m. by ltov. II Hurls of Galveston ronlzed them Thev Intruder nn ihr irr. e.v:''I'e'i-
Hov.J. Holmes Pastor two namby-pamby girlish actors dressed as L.
The S'encerfest is all the excitement hir
Hollirlous services will bo hold to-morrow nt iuies and the fhr Ti.1 i(T J.. nnw The building is ab ut completed and
Mount l'llirrim Free Mission llai.tist church mU'keYrXm meml)ers of the cast sales of tickets commences Monday.
Sunday school ut 11 11. 111. prcnehlnirut.'l and 8 make mn 01 tliem. ... . ..
J W. Williams pastor. The Courier Tniimol if rntb.rtn. ........ ori.iiror rout
....!. I.!..-j .r. . i. . .. K ASHVILLK. ftlav A t l. 1 llnrr lrllr
was taken into custody last evening on ac-
p. in. Seats froo.
Piilno Methodist ch-rch Soledad street W. Lewis kicked a high note at Washington the
Younu Pnstor Sunday school utflUW 11. 111.; . iv .i ri..i m...i -..2f . .1.
irenchiiiK ut 11 n. m. nnd 7:15 p. 111. Mnriihnr "th" n'Cht and fainted Maud Granger also
much-souicht lor ladles' und uhllilren'ii black
hose llrltlsii ucrmmi ami f roucii cotton hoso.
lis o hose silk hoso in Plain lancv. str noil
S'dld colnrswth clocks orwltlioiit drop silolie
rue nenvv sail iiitiue 111 mis iienurimeui.
Induced Messrs. S. Muter .V Sou to lay 1
trices unheard of In
tlio city huvlntr rcKard 10 the ifiinllty of tho
uoods. Ilartrahis will bo olfcrei ut.H couts ill
cents li cents 15 cents IH oents Lt) cents. '&
to 10 omits 50 to 75 emits HO cents to tl. For
those who require rare jro ds some very cholco
bono uro oircred nt S- 50 nnd $U ior pair.
Ijidles nro cordially Invllcd to cxuinluo these
subieet.: "Itest ror the Weury." Kvenlnir lainteu away l hursday in the midst ol a per- c unt of a letter addressed to the District At-
subject: "UumbllD." All are Invltod. Seals formance. and Saturday Emma AbCott rney in which a belief was expressed that
Dlv.no service at St. Paul's Methodist Kpls- &5 tha "mTspring adve'rtis' P!k WM lV h? S?!- VK
oopal eliuroli to-morrow nt 3 nnd H p. 111. iVab- "!""?. P B aavtrtls not committed but placed in charge of Cap
bath Bohool nt tin. m. Tho subjoctof the utter- miJ season is upon us. tain Samuel Donalson with whom he was
noon discourse will be " I urn determined to James Ilarton Keys familiarly known as sren on Ihe street last nioht. Counsel for
KKwAnr.!j'K .?!? J:"'.' "ffl&Iffli.J.?!f! Tim Uuton. is busy makin.- prepara.ions for Polk noneared befo lmlBA1l .W. !
iittond. SeuUfreo. J. It. Curues Pastor. tne production 01 naiie's batanella which ing o sscertam Ihe itatus of their client.
will piohably lake place at the Standard then- Judge Allen stated that h? had information
A. Object of AUm rat on. ! Ire on May 7. Old English opera goers will lrned sufficient to justfly the arrest lo the
Who docs not admt a pretty bund? Men rrmeinb-r that it was wilh this opera that the eflec that Po'k contemplaied flisht He
CoV.!V.- ''r0y;;u7.aV0- Haisnn company Cowi there'ore increased he bSnd"" hoTfro.Z
enonich ui Ui p..soo.8ed of a delieuto bund Garden thealre when it was rebuilt alter lis to $35000 Polk has not yn cUm Die
labored Ilmrcru und nood wrist It wna loop destruction by fire bond and Is still in charge of a speqUl officer
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