The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 8, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 31.
San Antonio Texas Tuesday May 8 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
CALCASIEU LUMBEB Ml)
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
p. o. ltox aw Tciopiiuno an.
KF.IU' CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Consisting of Framing Timber. Ilnxlng Fencing Dressed Moorlnif Siding Headed Celling
ml Finishing Lumber; also a full supply of Doom Sash minds Mouldings shingles Dressed
mill Hough Pickets of all Pattern" Plastering Llth llarbod Wire Mixed Paints Iliilldei-H
Hardware and everything found In a llrst-oloss lumber yiircl. Wu mo prcpircd to turnish
special liilla to order til short nonce oeing connected wuu onu ui mo largest nulla in I in oticu-
alcu region. .
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Hensiey Manager.
Houston Street noxt to l)r. Hoi-IT's residence.
We hnvo engaged Mr. Alnxnnilorlutcchlef cook
of tiioiii iKtor Hotel. mf.als at am. mints.
Fancy and oxtm dlshosiit short notice ami In
IiLKUAXT PRIVATE IHXIXfi ROOMS
OPHN HAY ANI NK1I1T.
Imported wines liquors and cigars always on
U MM iualll
AT TIII3 CASIXO illAV 21 '83.
tT'Prnineiiailo Concert Supper and Hall by
the Sun Antonio Hritlsh A'soeliition. Tickets
SI Itiflmllnir admission tn tho whole. Ht Sim
Hart's Itlsclio's. Ithoilius ft Tempsky's Alamo
Muslo House Holland's Tea Stores of II. lty-dor-Taylor.
I.kiiit olllee and nil members.
Muslo ly tint KlRhtli Cavalry lliind. :S-lm
(.'Hrd receivers cake baskuts cruils butler
dishes le pitchers pleklo euitors tea nulls all
tilploiuid ipiHdruplu plate at 1 Commerce
sii-eci. lrusico s sine 4-uou
Messrs. O'Connor A: Sullivan have onencd
tlielr new bunk ill the Merchants' Fixcliatigc
building on - Commerce street and are now
ready to transact business. This Is the strong
est naiiKiiig uriu in tno Btnio. i-n-ini
Special to I.niHeM.
The ladles aro rciiuestisl to bear In in md that
.1. josko v nous nave just received a largo ami
elegant stock of kid gloves In nil shades
hosiery anil corsets and 11 lull line of notions
and novelties. u-;j-ti
New Summer Garden
Mr. William Itumicrsbtirg has onencd a cosv
hltlo summer itutilen. corner of (iardcu and
Hi oom streets where you caiisnend n pleasant
evening and prncuru all the refreshments
usually to oe louno. tool occr on iiraugiii.
An Invitation lo the public ex'ended. Q-l-'liu
How to save tnonev (and dritirs) bv taklmr
Tiirko-Husslan baths or Stcum llsth for your
coins rneumatism uumii ague nnu an skiu cu
eases can no 10111111 at a. .ii.ian s
turner Cotnmerco nnd Alamo streets.
Also Hot and Cold Water Hatha at cents
linportunt fur I.ailius.
Tho ladles' hair il res.se r. No. in llonlmm
street nt tho rear of the Monger lintel fur
nishes everything In her line at reasonable
cost and ladles will do well to call on her for
what they rciiu ru. lirains. waves frizzes
braids can be furnished for $:i. 6-8 tt
TURNER OPERA HALL.
MAY 10 11 12 1883.
Der Freiscliuetz !
Spread the Nous.
As building and rellttlng generally Is pro
u-rcHSlinr In San Antonio. Messrs. Winnie
liros. too enterprising inruers ami cnuinci
miiKers on Houston street navo iicicrmineii ti
execute oil orders for ollieo. stole and bar
room luting at such low prices as have hitherto
Deen unknown in mo city. Atrial is recom-
mended as thev aru irood. practical workmen
ami uro sure to give saiisiticuon.
Onuid oporn In four nets by Carl Murlnvon
Webur. (Irand Chorus of 40 Kood voices First-
class orchestra of Iho host musicians assisted
by tho KlKhtli Cavalry bund.
Admission Jl nailery CO cents ltcserved
seats without extra charge at Itlsclio's cigar
Htore opposite the postolllce. td
special to Men.
What you can irututJ. Josko & Soiib: Tho
bestJ'Osult In the State; theiilcest straw hat
tnr the least inouev ; most cxipiisito vents un-
derwear and furnishing goods and at prices
remarkably low. u-.i-u
Kurz .V KiiIiu'm
Sleiim Sansairo factory recommends Itself to
all epicureans who wlh to test lino ecrvelut
rollat boloKiiaand Wleuna sausaires. Head
cheese and blood puddlnir always on hand.
riiilesroom iiuimusion sneer next uoor
Maverick land olllee.
lust tliu Tlilnc lor Siiiiiiner
Mr. Frank A. Sctlel has Just reeelved u flno
Intnf the Imiirovcd Trliimnli Coal Oil Htnve
it nil Hly.es. Niiltiiblu lor nil miriioM'S. Thev will
boll roast and heat anything without the
necessity of a lire l'rlco Iroin 75 eenls. Call
nnd see them at Selfell's store Amino street.
opposite tieorRo ijiiiiiiik s. 4-i-i
Cause of KiiHuro
Want of confidence aecnuuts for half of tho
business fnl In res of to-dav. C. Sctiasse. A.
Drcl.iHiiiul I. Orynskl druirirlsts aro not llablo
to lull lor tho want of conlldcnco In Dr. Ilosau-
ko's Couitli ahd l.untr Syrup for Ihey kIvo
uway a notiio leee in an wnoarosuiieruiK mm
Couiths Colds Asthma Consumption and all
Hircctlous ot inn tiiroaiuuu i.iiiirs.
Fine saloon in II ret eluss locution for salo
for hair Its vulno.
Iloardlntr houses In (rood location; also fur-
nished houses. Furniture tor sale and houses
Hotels In city and country whom or half In-
W. I'i. llllIU.
W West Houston street.
Latest Arrivals at .losko'g.
Atnonir the latest articles Just rccolvcil by
. . esKO .V .ions. Alamo streei aro nice cup
talus from $1 2." per pattern nnd upwards
oeautifiii patterns ot cnuiese siik at w cents
an eleirant assortment of torchon and othc
laces; lino ucrman tauie linen in sets Willi
liauil-worKcu trimrcii edirinir; siik Krenauincs
sateens. solid and lnrire llirurcs: handsome mo
hair summer suits lor $10; white lawns and
Sw ss dress unoiU with embroidery to inutcli
and various articles too numerous to mention
Our patrons and the public aro reiiuested to
can ami examine tuese kudus ami kci prices.
AVIuit He Told Hor.
Few thliius aro so reoulslto to a lad V as iroi
millinery. It is necessary not only that the
inatei'luls should be irood. and that the work
should bo well dono ami executed with irood
tsstc but that It mould no none in the tafst
style ami In such a way as to suit the tasto an
ciiiiiilexioii of tho wearer. Those are III!
pnrtant points and cannot be too deeply bn
dressed. Tliev are nliluts. too. which aro
sharply watched by the cnterprlslnir llrm of
Messrs. S. Mm or .V Sous of Commoico street.
1 heir millinery department Is under tho
cliaiico of Mrs. S. Mayer a lady who has tho
tasto ami practical fxpcrionco necessary 10
the nosltlou. It Is supplied ulth all the novel
lies Irom I'arls London and New V'ork with
all possible Sliced. Tho work is well dono and
Is cliarired at tho lowest possible cost. On all
itrouiii Is adies can be recommended tu call
Mayer's store and they can rely upon satis-
OLI YKT N1SW.
1'ractlcal Oliservullons Made Upon tl
lMllerouce III Antliiie and .lloderii I-nco
From tho earliest dus to the present tint
laces anil embroideries have rciirncddntnluunt
The (Ireeluu belle and tho Itoman dame woro
them and In our days they are even more pop
nlar. because thev aro not only eleirunt bin
within tho reach of ull. They are comfortable
ami add so much to tho beauty of n di ess that
they must always hold a prominent place In
the lasiiiou list rue new patterns are u auy-
thinir moro eieifiint imiii tnoso ot previoii
veiim. the deslirns buiinr of a choicer chanicte
mid. II anWiiluir. better nxecuted. Mr. I
.Mayor in new 1 orK. uas niaoo inrKO anu iuvoi
llotv Is It?
Borne new llrmsaroeetabllalied and rise rapid-
ly In the estimation of the public ilohur a kooiI
business and making money while older men
plod on Irom day to day dolnir comparatively
in business. Why Is this? It Is simply because
they lire eiiterprlsluir. They seek business and
they llud It; they sell (foods cheaper at fair
working prollt and they make that profit 100
times whilo the hlirli-prlcediiinnlsmnklnirone.
They havo a satisfactory price for ovcrytnliiir
mid It commands a ready sale maklntr room
lor newer Roods. Tho serve everyone ullko
civilly courteously and ialrly. They irioln
all cases (rood valuo for money und thoy let
people know what (roods they have lorsale and
wliii' prices thoy aio offered at. These prlucl-
ides must ulwiiys succeed. Thoy aro the prin-
ciples on which Msrs. S. Mayer & Son's toro
on Commerce street Is worked and as a result
they do a (food business and intvit tho conll-
ilenu" of the initny ladles who ictfillarly visit
lleinoinber tills Fact.
Mr. Park Doe uiiiuiifuotiirlnir Jeweler nnd
ennrnvcr has taken store at 410 Houston
street where ho will curry on tho business of
a maiiutuetiirliiir and repairing Jeweler. 1 1 1 111
cult work and lino ciurravliikr a specialty.
Tmdo work Irom all pans of the Htalo solic-
ited and Ratlsfactloii iruurtuitccd.
(It iM-tf) 1'AHK D()K
No 410 Houston street Ban Antuulo Texas
uble purcluises to these departments and Is
irraduallv shliiii uir tlicm to h si Inn. S. .May
& Son of Commerce street. A parcel has Just
been opened conlalniuu laces ol all (rnides.styles
and patterns too numerous to mention; but it
may be remarked that uiuoiur them are some
very lino black and whlto Spanish lace Irish
point uilipure spoiieu sua mce juiiaiiinraiacc
Orleiitelle Abyssinian Alhambru and cold
nnlka searllmr. The new Herman! Is Included
In this denartnieiit. It Is a verv line silk irauzb.
iljrlit yet durable and remarkably well adapted
fur this climate so that It is sure to bonnmilur.
Thu price is only cents per yard und Is
eiiomrh to uisko It so. All these (roods will
sold ut tlio established low prices that liavomndo
tho linn to popular and sueccsslul.
They uro now marklnif out about 1(1000 yards
of embroidery to sell ut unprecedented low
prices tlooil elegant In design and qunllty
win uo ouercn uv one nan inu iisiiiu priect
from clirht cents ner yard. They include som
choice cambric tulle dainties and crepe. Tho
most fastidious taste 'an no incased ine
aro also tfgyptlitn embroideries which
AIH(LG THE PltESIlVTinUANS.
Light Commissioner nt tho 1'leasHiit
Church Foatlvnl In llnrnlsh A-
ow Holies ami lleniix Ate i-Crem ami
Htrawlierrlns for the Hood
k "what Is It?" and Itnnirlno nil sorts of
thlmrs until thov mi tnld. The I.lilllT would
suggest that It would save much public time
and anxiety to other cltzcns If they would
lanei themselves in the riituro.
Tho party aro a merry lot and nro enjoying
themselves. They leave to-nlghl on the Laredo
train for Mexico
Icc-crcum festivals In aid of churches have
been so popular and successful of Into that It
has recently become the recognized means of
getting funds for any specific object or lor the
general good of the church and It is by no
means surprising that Mrs. Uottlo Porter and
Miss Salllo tlreeu should use tho system as a
alls of attaining n good end. Funds were
wanted by the Presbyterian church and these
guod hearty ladles determined to use their In
lluencu and energy to obtain them. Culling
around them some well known ladles they
commenced their work and cngiiged tho Ice
cream gardens of Messrs. Harnlseli & llaer In
which to hold their festival. They announced
Ir Intention of holdluir their festival on the
h Instant commencing at 5 o'clock. Yester-
duyalltho ladles were very busy preparing
mi iroouies. ai a o ciock visitors oeiraiiioar
lee and thev continued to call until iiilduluht.
Then were icn-crcatn. strawberries irood lem
onade live dllTorcut kinds of cake but there
was no drink no clgurs no lotteries; these ln-
nir considered non characteristic wneii the
HlllT commissioner canon no iouiiii tue store
auto rooms and garden crowded with belles
and dciuit well Known citizens anu their
lilies (lid ami voting were alike enlovinir
nifcivcr. nut to mo young mines u appeared
he u source of such olcusure that no nmniint
f ice-cream could diminish. Whether tho morll-
Inir alter Is of eiiuiil lilessiire thu ladles call
alone declare although oxiicricncu teaches
that although ice-cream is pleasant to time
Its after effects are sometimes painful. Cer
tain It Is tho ladle's seemed to have a dollclous
penchant for straw hemes and icc-crcaiu and
tun ircniicineii ui- me nsic oi iiiiuro ram.
agcrly partnoK oi tnc cold out pleasant ooiuie
i nclie. Tho irardcns were well lighted mid
pretty the dresses of the ladies wore gay unit
neasuiii unu ine wnoio luruieu ii very pieas-
nir tout en scmblc. As the commissioner wan
dered on and saw so many belles and beaux
eating incir ice-cream nnu strnwucr-
rlcs und engaged In apparently pleasing
converse lie could well understund why these
sort ot entertainments were so popular r.s u
means of love making and Innocent tllrtutloii.
Ono gontlemun paid 10 for the hour to enjoy
a teto a tete In n secluded nook with his lady
nnd oinothcr paid V for tho samo pleasure.
And It was cheap at thu price.
As the commissioner pusstd around ho found
th following ladles at their posts:
First Table The charming Mrs. llcttlo Por-
ter. Miss Annie Tohln. tho lndlsuensahlu irood
nurv oi sucu icsnvais puss oaiuc urceu .uss
.Mollie llennett and .Mrs. smytii.
Second Table Miss Lula llcamont and Miss
Third Table Miss Ada bonti. Miss Jessie
Nichols Miss Annlo Newton Mlsi Itoberta
Campbell and Miss Virginia Newton.
Fourth Table -Miss I-ottle .lames Mrs. Ilern-
dnn and Miss Fannie Slmnson.
riitu laoto mo .Misses i.iz.ie and jeniuo
Sixth Table Miss Zllla uraves nnd Miss
Flower Tablo The Misses JIary nnd rthe
Ttinstall Mr. Sain 1 i.tiutt railed to appear
us "tho llowerglrl."
Mrs I. P. Simpson was the Treasurer. Mrs.
John Dewecs and Mrs. Thomas .lamesou were
energetlo und attentive ushers and Mrs. Vi . A
llennett and Jlrs. .1. w. mass rendered vtiuia
bio assistance. Tho ladles oxnress themselves
as gratelul for tho valuable assistance ol
Messrs. J. i-;. iiaKer it. r. wiaKiitn .'am lien-
nett It. W. Iji.v Harry Fowler und Mcsjrs
HarnUcli & llaer.
Tho gardens were lllumlusted by the el"ctrle
light ami during tho evening Mo A'lster's hand
iierforincd a choice selection of music.
Tho Arkansas editors were present In largo
numbers and apparently enjoyed themselves.
On the. whole the alfalr wns well organized.
admirably conducted and In every waystic-
esstui. i ne receipts aiiioiiuieii to $.111.
Thu LinilT thanks Mrs. Thomas Jameson for
courtesies extended to Its ropresentatlv
A MUMOItAIII.K DAY.
CfilehrntlPS the Cnmncratloii ot ll'slinii
Ncrel and the Ilnttlo of I'alo Alto.
To-day bollix tho anniversary of lllshop
Ncru.'s consecration pontifical high muss was
celebrated with duo honors. A targe congre
gation was present and tho scene was of an
it is also the anniversary or tho nnitio ol
Palo Alto which was fouuhtoti the nhllns be
tween fori isuiici ami Miiiaiuuros. anu wnien
oneneil thoMex can war of Mil. At that bat
tle (lencra! 'uylor led the American troops
and General Lavaca commanded the Mexican
army. The battle ended In the victory of tho I
n merlcaii army and Is romurkumo at being
Ihollrst pluco where the triaips used tho Hying
article. Illuggold fell In that battle. Two dars
later (lenel ui l.alaea sorii-nilered todeneral
I nj lor. Mr. Ldward Miles thu Texas veteran
wus present ut the engagement.
Which W ay Will It bo?
Tho Washington Critic Is tho authority for
the following statement :
ljist winter urgent efforts were made by
prominent Texans and others. Including sev-
eral Congressmen to have Collector Huyncs
of llrowsvllle his assistant Goodrich and
Itcvenuo Collector I'inhdeiistoek. m' tho Nor
thern UMrlct of Texas removed from their
positions on account of a scries of charges of
irregularities in nuice etc. wiucii nun ncen in-
vested and sustained by Government olllelals.
The charge was made against Haynes and Ins
assistant that they had aided und abetted
smugglers on thu lllo (Irando to an alumilng
extent and against I'lnbdcnstock that he had
been generally "crooked focrelnry Folger
has had tho mutter under consideration lor
some time nnd even went so fur hs to ask for
ever Haynes lias not shown any disposition to
resign ami u is sum mat acting ny ami wuu
tho advice of Congressman Ochiltree ho will
refuse to do so. Much uunment has been
made on the mutter and several different
views were cxnresseu. A well Known Texan
said ho thought that Secretary Folger meant
diisiiicsshiiu wouiii lire mi) lies uuu uoou
rich if thov refused to resign whl'o a Demo
emtio Congressman took a different view und
said that Mr. Folger would "hung lire" and
irlvo the Democratic Congress a chance to in
obligate uuu mane some utg political capital
. An Object of Admiration.
Who does not admire n nrettv hand? Men
are certainly attracted by it. and women env
anv uuu of their own mix who Is fortunat
enoinrh to bo nosscssed of a delicate hand
tapered lingers und a good wrist. It was long
n matter ot controversy wnoiner mo hand
should be gloved but at tho present duv so
ciety says Mini no limy is urcsscu unless sno
wears gloves. Indies should therefore bo care-
ful that tho gloves thoy ptirehuso are not out
ut date ure well mane nnu are cut or genu
material. .Messrs a. .Mayer .v Hon nave placed
iiiiou their shelves tho tluest lino of silk lisle.
buck cotton castor and kid gloves. In ull
shades for opora. wedding bull and street
wear and these gloves are guaranteed. I-adles
and misses can tie fitted with rea v exnti s to
gloves of the best rnko ut prices that scarcoly
exceed ine -oBi oi common giovcs sum ny
The Hiunclty of .Madame He Stael
Madame DoSlacI the celohratcd authoress
who lived In tho highest circle of Parisian life
once said that " if von want to nleaso a lad
givo her a parasol or a fun both uro necessary
ami usetiii. wiiui was true mine nays oi
Madatno Du Stael Is equally truu In our day
und has perhaps more force. This is so patent
to ittircs unit it neem no argument i no otny
Mayer & Sous on Coiumercu street. And it
mav bo remarked thnta very llnu oniiortuiiltv
Is now presented for purchase by the arrival
of the latest novelties In narasols. The new
satin coaching parasols mounted on extra
frames and well made aro offered at 51 10 and
are an unheard of bargain. There ure ulso
brocades foulard ottomans ottoman ring dots
wiucu are onorcii at sucu prices as win oom
mand a ready sale.
Thomas Itlos l'J years phthisis pulmonnlis;
Thomas Nelson 3 days congenital occlusion o
bowels; Ull Stilus 80 years old age; Kdwunl
LOOK AT THAT STOCKING.
Notes Upon the Iteceut Innovation in tho
Styles and Patterns of Hose.
Vext in lmnnrtaneo to n well.llttlmr clove In
that of a well-inndo hose. It should hoof good ' Fest 21 years congestion of the brain; Thomas
material neat or suitable natteni. and well
made If tho wenrer Is to hnvo comfort nnd is to
rank as well dressed. And lierh.ps there Is
no article so dllllcult to obtain as really good
hose. Messrs. S. Mayer & Sou have inude this
department Mil especial Hiiiuy ami stand nil
Lmvson.lU vears. nleuro tmuiiuiotila: .laskin
Munition ti ninnies uiarruiea; i;nnries uival
U'i years accidental drowning; Infant Jott U
lnonins in nsios; .Mrs. jouns oi years oxuaus-
tl -n; Mrs. S. H (lllberf ui! dlarrlncn; A. N
iniiciieii i months uiarrtui'ii; Jesus usslro
rivaled. There aro elegant new Has III do Perso " months measles; Dolores Suntrata pneu
liose cool and comfortable of the llnest mate-
rial for 82 40. There aro the celebrated Ilal-
hriirimu hose brown blenched or strloed. at 'Si
cents per pair 'i DO per dozen within thu
reacn oi everyoouy uuu goon enough lor any-
body. Thero aro silk Iiobo ut tho remarkable
low nrlco of II 00 nor nalr. There aro the
tnuch-foiiglit tor Indies' and children's black
nose iiritisn ucrinan unu rrencn cotton nose
nla; Manuela (liizuian -il years dlarrluea
1-ranclseo l lorcs .VI years pneumonia.
"I wish I could get a stone from that old
building" said an lloxlo excursionist as ho
looked from u distance at the old Alamo build
lull. Iwisnnlltr linan In liluln. fniinv. atl'llloit (IP 11L' this IllOrillllir. Illl WHS evidently 11 rellQ
solid colnrswlth clocks or without drop stlchcs. I hunter und ought to be watched. The anthiul
Tlio Heavy sales miuio in tins ucpuriineni lias lies in ine i mien nunc. aro oi iuhi cnaracie
liiuuccu .Messrs. H. .Mayer k ami u lay in a mai vn"uaiism can uo useu wuu impiiuuy.
huge stock puichased at advantageous rates ' few curiosities me In tho hands or an anthiiia
which will be olTerrsl at nrlccs unheard of In a few miles of tho city. One Is labeled "T
thncltv. havlnir rcc-nnl fri tho uunlltv of the null ol Alexander the Great." and another
goods llargnlns will be offered ul 8 cents 10 "Part of the limn of tho Queen of Stioba's robo
cents. I'M cents l.'i cents. IS cents. -0 cents
to tu cents Ml to (i cents mj cents to . t or
thoso who reipilro rare go"ds Borne very choice
hose are ollered at $- M and $3 per pair.
Ladles nro cordially Invited to examine these
THU KNIGHTS OF THU l'li.V.
worn ut King Solomon's receiitlon."
The Arkansas Editors Actively Uncased ' apparently recovered but u fow daysslnco
lu Noting the City's Interesting
Death of Kdwurd Huckley
lMwaril Iluckloy aged 15 th sou of Olllee
Huckley died this niornlHg nt o'clock
his fntlier's residence on Aveiiuu I) mid w
bo burled this iifteriinon. Young Kdward hud
an attack of brain fever soino tlmongonnd
apparently recovereu out u row nays sinco hu
had n relapse which ended fatally.
me Araausas j rcos usouciuiiuu appear i.i uo gympathy Is expressed for Mr. und Mrs. Huck
enjoying themselves immenseiy.unu uro seeing ley in which tno i.kiiit sincerely joins
nil th.it is worth seeing In tho city. Tlio ma- I Avl.y Hid Sl.e La..Kh V
Jorlty of them especially tl.oso who visit Ban I jMm commlwlo1r was prcscnt at
Antonio for tho first time uro astonished at tho
good order. Intellectuality und prosperity of
meeting of tho Teuton la Singing society last
THE FREE SHOOTERS.
e ltomnntle Story of Her Freiscliuetz
T..ld for the lleurllt or Knullsli
Infittlliitrd LnrerHells Himself to
lie llevll for Seven Muglo
Der Freiscliuetz or In plain Kngllsh tho
Freo Shooters" Is 0110 of tho most romantlo
operas on the lyrlo stag and Is founded upon
German mythology which tenches that wild
er shall seek tho uld of tho Demon Hunter
Sainlol shall reeelvo lovcu magic bullets.
which shall hit any desired murk but his son
tho prlco ho pays for tho bullets. If bow
er ho succeeds in bringing another soul Into
tho demon's power his life Is prolonged but If
ho fulls to do this his career 011 earth Is short.
The plot of this opera Is brkjlly this i Cuno
hlcf ranger to a llolicinhin Prince minted
Itlucnr. has two subordinates nnt 1
Mux und Caspar who hnvo tho reputation or
being expert shooters. Mux loves Ci inn's
daughter Agatho.and it Is agreed that she shall
uo ins oriue 11 no wins tho prize for tho best
shot In n forthcoming festival. Moth Max and
Caspar fall and the prize Is curried oir by a
iiviisiiui iianii 11 iMiiiaii. .an is in despair ill
having lost his bride and being disgraced us 11
marksman Is advised by Caspar to seek tho aid
of Sainlel as ho has already done und shows
the power or tho inaglo bullets ho received bv
shooting an eagle which is soaring abovo them
at an Immense helghth. Max Is astonished and
agrees to meet Caspar In tho wolf glen at night
10 gain m Hsessiou 01 tuomagio millet). Agatho
awaits tho coming or Max and while
doing so tho portrait of an ancestor
rails to the ground. This makes her
sad as she regards It as being an IP-omen
more especially as sue uas uoou warned ny inu
hermit or Impending danger to herself mid her
lover Mux. Aeiichen her cousin endeavors
to restore her cheerfulness. Mux meets Caspar
In thu wolf's glen and there uiiild Infernal
scenes thu inaglo bullets ror Max uro cust.
Sub'omicntly l'rlnco Ottoclur meets Max ami
desires him to shoot a dove. Ho Muds onu
alms at it and thu bird takes refuge In 11 tree
ji iiuin wiucu lasnur is Hidden. At that mo-
ment A gut ho and her bridesmaids appear. Mux
tires. Caspar cries out und Agutho Is carried
olf by tho hermit. .Max Is reproached
tor having snoi tin Urlde but
Agutho returns ssfo and It transpires that Cas-
par Is wounded. Sainlel then appears ami
the Intercession of Agutho and tlio hermit und
ns tho love stories usually tell tho lovers livo
happily over afterward.
This Is tho plot or Curl Maria Von Weber's
grand opera to be produced In Tumor hull on
May 10. 11 nnd 13 by .Madame Itnsctte Gerbnrdt
und Horr Charles (lerhardt. Professor Har
bour and Miss i;ila Purkiss will then renko
their debut on tho operatic stage. Thlsoicru
Is Weber's masterpiece. With good singing
new scenery new dresses full chorus und or-
chestra a musical treat may safely bo ex-
pected. Tho tickets aro being sold rapidly and
those who want good places Bhould secure
them nt Itlsclio's without delay.
LATIC TELKGKAPIIIC NliWS.
. . . .. - . 1 1 1 . 1 even ng nt which many of tho wcl known
tho front or city. Many of tho R i ghts of tho ' .
" . . malo and female members were present. Tho
Fen havo been taking copious notes uud Hun HOCitly( UIider tho direction of Processor
Antonio win iiguru prominently in meir ringgc is maaing goon progress ite is an
articles eillei"nt teacher and u good dl'clpllnarlaii. Hut
Thn lion. T. F. I.lnde.Mnyor of Hot Springs f(r "! uo 1l""t "Tn1110. '''orry.ostlmablo
Is among the party ami though not an uctiTu ndy who laughed heartily behind her inns 0
newspaper man ho la of boliemlan tendency bookiitsomo witty remurk of uu ugreeuble
and Is a good singer. Mr Isnils C. Lincoln Is young mail.
tno wit. nun umii man; nr. uarnoii is mo inc
Kgyptlun put'eins worked on brettono net
light uiinuii unu eiegiiiiitscaniugs 111 ine ni-
hiiinlmi. Ku-voilan and Abvsslnlaustvle of de
signs. It can bo safely luserted that abutter
cllClllier or niureoicgllllisioca ui laeco unu uni- inu ii 111111 "rail iMiiii wimuuu u Vrnlcliter. IVsiiImI
lrl nrlMnnniii Im ahnivii In the e tv. and la- num. Thus when thoy travel thov huvo a ciieus 1 ruiumers usincu
dies will do wl to exiiuilnoihein before pur- nrtnclriwn. to curry iiiinir r tn 'pntro point Kerr county. ' eratc(l or vitalized Into resnectabllltv nl ih.
chasing elsewhere. Tlio stock Is new. Ijidlcsl Thol.utd mile bind which nccompanles tho Fay $12 per thousand for haulltig. Iuiiulru at "r?j "J j " . ml rpecWblltly. and the
uro sure to bo civilly received and will get party bus it cry line showy uniform of grey Oafcasleu lumber yard Commerce street and onenner or rve no more mercy loan anv
valuo for tholr oiouoy 1 with red facing. Kvery onu who sees lliciu Sunset nilliond track. other criminal.'
Nashville May 7. Ex-Treasurer Marsh
T. l'olk to-day executed a bond of $35000 as
required by Judge Allen and was released
Municipal Ilunds Can't be Taxed.
Nkw Orleans May 7. The Supreme
court has revised the "decision of. the lower
court and decides that municipal bonds can
not ue taxcu.
London May 7. The Standatd's Kome
dispatch says: Cardinal Jacobin! Fapal
Secretary ol State sent a cable dispatch to
Cardinal McClosky New York askinff if it
wat true that he received Alexander Sullivan
('resident of the Irish National League of
America and demanding an explanation if
such is the fact.
ltowllig Match Arranged.
Halifax May 6. The Rowing associa
tion has agreed to accept Hanlan's and Lee's
proposition for a four mile race double
sculls on August 15 with Hamm and Conley
this city. The place of the race will be here-
after named. Amended articles will be for.
warded to the New York Turf Field and
I'arm where S500 has already been placed bv
Southern ll'Nal llrllh Convention.
Dallas May 7. The District convention
of the li'nal lirith is now in session here.
This convention embraces the Southern
States. The association is largely attended
and by some of the mot intelligent and cul
tured Kabbls ol the countty.as wellas laymen.
Dr. Schulke Kabbi of the congregation of
this city is the life and soul of the convention
became of his rxtraordinary ability learning
eloquence and tact.
Santa Fe May 6 Advices from San
Carlos state that two Chihuahua Apaches ar-
rived there Friday and report little Charley
McComb son of Judge McComb reported as
killed by Indians a short time ago is still
alive in care ol Chief ilorita and that the In-
dians expect to use him in negotiating for
peace. They further state that Loco's band
is broken up and wish to surrender but that
Ju the most deperate of chiefs in Mexico
will resist to the last.
Charge of 11 Itignteoiu Judge.
St Louis May 7. Judge Van Wagner of
of the Criminal court in charging the crantl
jury to-day drew their allenlion to the fact
that rep nls have recently been published
charging bribery and corruption in the munici-
pal body and stated that It was within their
province lo investigate them. He also said
that if Ihe law against duelirg had been vio-
lated it was their duty to bidict the offenders
and added : "The day has cone bv when
this seml-barbariout custom can either be tol-
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