The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 10, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I -No. 33.
San Antonio Texas Thursday May 10 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIM
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
V. O. Ilox 288 Tclcphono291.
KF.K1 CONSTANTLY ON HAND
C.0K?l1tL"r f nimlmr Tfinl)r Iloxlng Fonchig Dressed Flooring. Siding Headed Colling
ml K lUah nir Uimlicr; also ii full supply or IKmr. Sash minds Moiikllnii s 5 Iln' S
ntid Hough Pickets r itll Pattern. Plastering .ill. il.irbed Wire Mlxc"l 1' m ll'iMds
Hiudwiire mill everything found In u llrst-class lumber yard. Wo mu prop-lied to lur ilsli
siieclul hills to order lit ftliort notice being connuutuit with ono of tlio largest mills in the l'u i.ii.
Rough Lumber samejirice as
San Antonio Lumber' Co.
Houston Street next to Dr. Horn's residence.
n.j.. 1) m
Wo have engaged Mr. Alexander Intc chief cook
of tho Monger Hotel. MI1AI.S AT A I.li HOl'ItS
Fancy mid uxtin dlshesnt abort notice und in
KLEUAXT I'RIVATH IHMXG ROOMS
Ol'UK DAY AND NIOUT.
AT Till! OASLVO HI.1V al '83.
rtyi'romeiiiido Concert Suppor und Hull by
Hie .San Antonio llrltisli Association. Tickets
SI Including admission to tliu whole at Sim
Hurt's UIhcIio'h llhn.llus & Tempsky's Aliimo
.Muslo House llollimd'HTea Stores of II. Hy-
ler.Tn)lor. I.kiiit ollluc and nil iiiemlieiK.
juusia ity tno r.igutii unvairy Hand s-lin
TURNER OPERA HALL.
MAY 10 11 12 1883.
Der Freiscliuetz !
(Inuid opent In four nets by Curl Maria von
Webiir (Irmid Chorus of 10 good volccH. First-
clas orchestra of the host musicians assisted
by the. Klghth Cavalry hand.
Admission II gallery fiO cents lteserved
Beats without extra charge at Hlsclio's clgnr
store opposite the postolllee. Id
rpeclal to .'Men.
What you can (jet at J. Josko & Sons: Tho
bestJ'Osult In thoSLito: tho nicest straw hut
for tho least money; iiiostoxqtil.slto gents un-
ucrwi'iiriiiiii iiiriiisiiiug goons una ni prices
reinarkubly low. 5-3-tf
Ultra .V Killing
Steam flnilsugn factory recommends Itself to
all epicureans who wish to test lino rcrvelut
rnllat bologna and Wlciina sausages. Head
eliueso ami Wood pudding always on hand.
Salesroom -tin Houston stiect next door to
Maverick land olllee
.lust the. Thing lor Summer.
Mr. Frank A. Sellelhas Just received a lino
lot ill tho Improved Triumph Coal Oil Stoves
of all sizes suitable fornll purposes. Thoy will
boll roast und lieut anything without tho
necessity of n lire. Price lroiii" cents. Cull
und seo them ut Seirell's Btore Alamo street
opposite (Icorgo Dulhilg's. 4-12-lm
Tho proof of tho pudding is not in chewing
tho suing but in having mi opportunity to test
tho article direct. C. bclmsse A. Ilrelss und L.
Orynskl druggists have fieo trlul bottles of
Dr. Ilo-muko's Cough mill Lung Syrup Tor each
und overy ono who is mulcted with Coughs
Colds Asthma Consumption or auy I.unir
Fluo saloon In llrst elnss locution for sulo
for lull f Its value.
Hoarding houses In good location; also fur-
nished houses. Fiirnlturo for sale and houses
Hotols in city ami country wholo or half In-
terest. V. II. HII.TON
208 West Houston street.
Somnnew linns are estubllshedund rise rapid-
ly in tho estlmtttlouof the public iloimr a (food
business und making money' whllo older uieu
ilod on troiii day to day doing comparatively
no business. Why Is this 1 It Is simply because
they aro enterprising. They seek business and
they llnd It; they sell goods cheaper at fair
woiklturfirollt and they uiuku Unit profit 100
times whllo the high-priced man is making ono.
They huvo a satisfactory prloo for everything
und it coininuiids a roaoy sale making room
lor nowor (foods. Tho servo everyone iillko
civilly courteously and inlrly. They glvo In
nil eases (rood value for money and they lot
people know what (foods thoy huvo forsule mid
whu prices thoy urn offorod nt. These princi-
ples must always succood. Tbcyaro tho prin-
ciples on which Messrs. 8. Mayer & Son's store
on Citiuuierco street is worked and us u result
they do u (food business und merit tho conll-
leuo or the inuny ladles who rcgulurly visit
ltcmcmber this Fact
Mr. I'ark Doe mmiufuoturlng Jeweler und
eiKfrnver. has taken store nt 410 Houston
street where lio will carry on the liudncss of
a muiiufucturJiig and rnpulrlnir Jowclui. Dim
eult work and lino oiigiiulug a specialty.
Trudo work from tilt purls or the Statu solic-
ited und satisfaction guaranteed.
tii-aMn i'auk dok
N(i. HU Houston street Sun Antonio Texas.
Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
A. T. Ilcnslcy Manager.
ilWu 'li8.!8 k.e ''uskots emits butter
ifr.'.1!!""'!1-.'1""''""'''? uto' nt !l Commerce
. . . ni l-)U-ll
Messrs. O'Connor & Sullivan hayo opened
i.v.i ii u " in mu -Merciiunts' wxcliungo
building on Comuieree Btrcot mid urn now
ready to transact business. This Is tho strniig-
est banking llrm In the Statu. lOMm
Sncclal to 1.iicIIm.
riie Indies aro renuestcd to bear In innid that
.1. Josko St Sons hu o Just received U larKO mid
t'leifiuit stock of kid nloves In nil similes
hosiery and corsets und a full line or notions
und novelties. -. .r
Sealed bids will bo received ut my olllco until
storo house ami dweillnif for .Mis. lii)sshiird'.'to
lie erected on Houston street. Plans and
ci'miit-mmus id m seen hc my omco.
W-ni Al.t-HKli UII.RM Architect
Hew Suiiiiuur tinriloii.
Mr. William ltim.r.iiir. I... i ....
httlo suminer Kurdeii. corner of (iiirden und
i.iouiiinii uuiH wuero you can spend a pleasant
v in-ueuro mi mo reiresiimenti
1ISUII IV tl bu IlHini!. Oinl li..nr .... .1 I .
All Invitation to tho public extended. O-l-'lui
Howtosnvo monoy (and druifs) by tnkltifr
I hi kn-Kuwilan baths or Steam Uth for your
wo iiiuiiiiiuiit.111 iiiiuuii(fiio mm nil sum dis-
cuses can ha found nt A. Zii iivSi
Corner Cmiimere.1 uml ai.iii .im..i.
Also Hot und Cold Wutcr Ilatlu at ' cents
Important for Ladies.
Tho ladles' hulr drcssor. No. 1(1 Ilonham
street ut the rear of tlm Mmiirer li.i r..
nlslies everythlnif In her lino at rcusonublo
cost und ladles will do well to call on her for
mill iiiwv leiiuiru. lii-iiiiig wnves rtlz.es
i""'". " wikm munu io oruer. .Mce
braids can bo riirnlshed tor 83. S-8 tf
If You urn Slin".rln-
From toriildlty of tho liver or eonstlpatlon of
Tobln's (treat fiver medicine. Kvery I'ottlu
m Kuaiuiiieeiiio yini iimi your money reiuiidcd
For Bale at Cluvln's' drilK store and by C
Taken up mid lit tho olty pound corner of Kut
v. .;.?.. """"' ""eui oiiinuiiii iiiiyot
Jlay 1S.S.I one dun horse no brand; one brown
: v .. aiu'iu iiiu.Yn juuk simuisii
nw.v "..- uiiiiiueu wiiu it cross overino
top: which will it not redeemed hcinresalc bo
Mlttd at. tlllhllr. nilftlnii 4tl. I.lnl..ut 1. 1. 1.1... r
cash ut said pound ut thu hour or 11 o'clock u.
in. on the 1:1th day or May INK!.
N. I!. Illds lcs than tho amount fixed by or-
.ilium.- ii nuv uureceiveo loritny annual put
ii pat auction.
&-I0 St 1'iitt SiiAiiiictH Murshal.
The Bt. I.eonard Hotel
On thosoutli side or Main plaza Is now opened
to tho public and prepared to receive Kucsts.
This house has been refurnished und put in
tlrst-class order and iruests will llnd even-
comrortund eonvcnleneo. The business of the
house Is done upon the Huropcuii plan und the
tables are supplied with every luxury und
delicacy to be hud In tho market. The iflnimr-
i in in i open mini a. 111. 10 i p. m. mill in ad-
dition to reirular tulile meals aro served to
order ntull hours l'rlvato slipper und Uttiltiir
rooms for families und parties.
A Good ltesolvo
Mr. Stone editor of the Chicago News
says: "In my own office I have posted this
rule: ' Nothing shall appear in the columns
of the Daily News which a vounp ladv mav
not with propriety read aloud before a mixed
company.' And I will discharge any man who
violates it "
How to Order Teeth.
A Piltsliurc dentist recently received hv
mail an order for a set of teeth which reads
as follows: "My mouth is three inches
across five-eighths inches through the Saw.
Sum hummocks on tlm ei!c. Shaned like a.
horseshoe toe forward. If wish me to be
more partiklar I shall have to come thar."
Trim liut Discreditable
The Sunny Clime nhilosonhicallv observes
that the world laughs at every girl who al-
lured from virtue by the smiling lips of a he
villain sinks in passion's dark abvss.
" wrecked on the coral reefs of beautv." but
the world's cheery greetings and kindly at-
tentions render the cussed libertine above all
others the hero of its filth fancy. Ah me 1
What Tear Is It ?
When was Cluist born ? Amonp scholars
it has long been placed five years before the
current reckoning. Trofcsior Satller of
Munich finally settle1 the question by the
discovery oi some ancient copper coins which
were struck by order of Herod Antinas. who
became Tetrach of Galilae and the Perea at
the death of his falher Herod ihe Great.
The dates upon the coins show this to have
occurred four years before A D. I according
to our reckoning. Christ's life Christ was
born in the 7.19th year after the founding of
Kome nve years betore the Ihr s an era.
This is now A. D. 1888. instead of 1883 as it
is now 1888 years since Christ was born.
THE WASSON FIASCO.
A Orcater 1'nrt or the Alleged Stolen
Alouey Uncovered from Oiilveatnn.
Tho theme of conycrsutlon yesterday wnstho
Wusson escapade. 801110 considered that the
Major had acted very foolishly mid cmphnzlcd
their opinion with u tilir U : others thut he wn
more roguish than foolish but nil seem sorry
for tho dltllcultlcs in which Major Wnsson Is In-
volved lmiulrles at (lalvestnn have led to tho
llndlnir or JfH.OUO In a desk there In accordance
with the confession ol Major Wiison mid that
amount Is In possession or tho military author-
ities. Major WiiMon's shortiute Is 11 little over
J.VVK) but It Is BUid that he Is heavily Indebted
to several persons in San Antonio A court
mnrtlnl Is callow for tho Kith Instant when
Major Wussou will bo placed on trial. Theio is
little doubt but that ho will lie cashiered and
must consider hliiiBelt fortunate If hols not
Major Wiibboii Is p red undorifuurd In the
plHccrs" quarters nt tii 1 .overnment depot and
Isiriiardcdbytwosciiiuicl). He entered tho
army as a private of Company lTlilrty-rurth
lown volunteers on January M 1801; was mus-
tered out on Auifiist IS iKii:; wnsa cadet at the
Military academy from lwil to lttTI und upon
Ifrndiiatlon appointed Sevond Lieutenant or
the Fourth cavalry 011 August :i 1871s relimcd
July I IH71 mid appointed Major und I'uy-
muster on September II 1870.
ON 1'MJA.SUHIJ HUNT
The ."an Antonio Club Hold Another Ilrtl-
llatitutiil Knjiiyable Iteerptlon.
Tho I.kiiit commissioner visited tho Snn An-
tonio club reception last evening und found It
thoBceneoriralty. The uttondanco lr not so
lariro us usuul wns select mid cordial and the
evening passed off very pleasantly. Tho ladles
were for the most part very prettily dressed
nnd Hie appearance of tho party when danclnif
wns decidedly pleasing. Among the ladles
present weie Miss Leo Mrs. Louis Ilcrg Miss
Lulu l rost. Mrs. L. N. Oregory. Miss Dully
Sterling the Misses I'uncoast Miss Lmnb
Miss Olle Wucldcr. Mrs. H. 1). Kauipiiiann
Miss Lottie James Miss Fanny Simpson Mrs.
Dane K lliunhard Mrs. F.lwood. Mrs. Haskell
Mrs. J. K. Lubatt Mrs. J. 1'. Hickman Miss
hate Horlan Miss Sultlo Tunstul Mrs. Sam
Muverlck .Mrs. Weir Mrs. Horndon .Miss Sallle
Andrews Jllss lliichmian. Mrs. Ilettlo I'ortor
iinu .titsauiiioia uiOHt. tiio Ueeeptlon emu-
mlttee Lleuteiiaiit lllckey .Messrs. Harry
Fowler nnd Fmnk Orlce who did their duty
courteously and well. Mr. Dane K. Itluiihaiil
j.iu .lino nun uuiigiiig weroiury was also 111 ut-
The Juveniles Make Another and Iletter
Appearutice lit the Ca.luo.
There was u marked improvement hi tho
second performance of l'lnoforo nt thu Casino
last night proving conclusively that tho main
cuiisofortho artistic fnlluro lay in the fntt
that tho Juveniles were brought forward too
fiMin. Although not free from serious blom-
isncs wiucii pracnc" couiu remedy tho perfor-
mance: was very creditable. Mls Lulu MeAl-
lSterS BOlO. MllIlV Veuru Aim wua 1 1..
well sang und tho plipmncy of hor statement
vuui biiu iMiA-11 muse ciiiKiren up urew forth
3 """ "eBcrveu rouiiu or applause.
I no Imnroveinent In Hie anlw wm ..u.n.in.
notlcralile both In tono mid nccuracy mid the
choruses were bettor In overy way. The Cuslno
... inMY.iuu mm mu wuoiu wuspicasaut una
"What the Light Says."
Mr. John Delslto called at the 1 11111T olllee
this morning and complained that tho state
ment appearing In yesterday's Issue that he
boa been placed under bond for kiuiiunnlnir
and Boducing F.llzu Uupton was Incorrect. The
Item was based upon Information furnished by
District Attorney Cocke. When tin i.inni.
representative callod upon Mr. Coeko this
morning he was still under thu Impression that
l 119 nruo 111B C11BC UUIUO IOUIIU II1IU UltllOUgU
the bond had been made not. II hnl not 1.......
executed by the Sheriff owing to Mr. Delsito's
ttbsenco. Instructions huvo been given that
Mr. Delsllo be placed under bond nt once
'lho LlOHT would say to Mr. Dolslte nnd to ull
others whom It may concern thut whllo it Is
willing to correct nny material mis-statement
that may have n prejudicial etrect on tho indi-
vidual concerned it is not to bo biilldo.cd or
liltliiimuicu lino uur lieiiun tnut Is not. eoiialar-
eui. wiiu iriuii or justice.
Soli Your Dress or Keep Walking.
It would bou good Idea for tlm elt- to i.nu
more bonches placed in Travis park or scud an
olllcer on Wednesday afternoons to clear the
few now there of tho dudos and mashers and
.....o ........ u uuuo m inwuiiiu sums jiioparg
has becomo 11 favorite resort for ladles and
iiiuuiuii mi neuiic iv uiiernoons owing to
the excellent muslo n dcred thorn on thut .w
111-the I'lirlill I'm-Mlr.- I. ...I ...1 1. 1. .1 ":i..7r.
f the city to keep good order and clear It of
.... u.jv..iiio viiuiucii-ra. cuviuui 01 1110
benches wero occupied by men und boys yes-
been tho ease whllo ludles hud to take seats on
hiuuuu nun nun ineir urcsses or inuKo
long dlstunco podestriennes of tliomsclves.
Uditor San Antonio I hiiit :
Fw)itKSViti.E Muy 8 lSta-Tbus far no do-
structivo storms havo visited this part of our
county crop prospects uro consequently most
Ilattering. Among some of tho best crops to
lw seen In this vicinity wo notlco A. a. Pickett.
Jr. Hubert Myers Judgo Johnson Antonio
Mores ana others. Indeed it is very dltlloult
tO dOC llO Which Is till) Ileal for il frli.M.ll. ..1..
nlry seems to huvo sprung up uniong tho runn-
ers nnd eueh is doing his utmost to outdo his
neighbor not only In crops but in
nil branchos of husbandry. Alreadv
tho good etfoctB can be seen cron-
nlnif out in the slinnn nt lmiirv.l ...i
chluory hotter fences barns and outhouses
neat dwolllngs surrounded with tho home
comforts so much needed to mako farm llfo
Some idea of tho nroHimrltv of tlilo mt
can bo formed from tho rnet that tho mor-
chantsof Floresvllle nnd LodI have sold dur-
ing tho pnBt year over $150000 worth of mer
cliandlso. A vood showing surrounded nswe
aro with Mores at Hudson's Falrvluw Ciln-
vuras nnd Soutberlmid Springs nil within a
iiidlus or K miles and each doing a good bust
nos'. with Sun Antonio receiving hor share of
Thu health of this vlelnllv u irnn.) lo. oi.
elans Hay there Is no dlseuso of 11 malignant
Our Httlo olty now has a "Mlto Society"
thorollirlllv olllenreil nnd i.milniw.1 w.. .T..
their zeal may never wane und power Tor do.
lug good increase.
has u in at uitiv s Mu p "1 up and Is having B now
Press-room built by Major Hough City Archi-
tect. A pretty sign over tho main entrunoo
h0.'.1!'0!1 that legal advice can bo obtained
within Jo Policy chlor dlsponscr.
' 1)V'ml11"0 chools closo on Jtine! with nil
oxhlbltlou consisting or dramas music essays
' Boclety. This society Is 0110 of the institutions
... ..... "j mi iiiiiniu m-cimgs nro we
l)ntrotil7f.l liv tlm nlt...n. na ...r...... '
sotleltlng Biibscrlptlons ftr their paper. The
llrst number will bo Issued In September. Who
tho editors are wo aro not told but wo Iioik)
th y may do much good In gathering tho
pretty gems or lltcrnturo and sending them
out to 1I10 world for their timusemont and In-
Btriictton Is the earnest wish of Autos.
MOD LAW IN KANSAS.
Dodge City In the Hands or Desperadoes.
St. Louis May 9. The l'ost-Diipatch'i
special from Kansas City says: For the
past 10 days a remarkable and startling state
ol attain has existed at Dodge City Kansas
andall mention thereof has been kept quiet
Several promlcnt Kansas City attorneys left
lo-day lor lopeka to petition Governor Click
to place the lown under martial law. The
difficulty is the culmination of a long-standing
leud between two elements of that place
Dodge City has long enjoyed the reputation
of being a hard place. It was one of a
few points in Kansas where saloons run
openly and gambling is legitimatized. It is
the headquarters of cowboys and cattle
mtn of the vicinity llefore the last city
election the Mayor was a man named
Webster proprietor of a dive half
saioon anu nan gamming house and variety
hall. He was the representative of a lower
element and ine sporting fraternity. The
head of the other faction was W. H. IlnmV
This element was quieter but there was a
umcr iceung ueiwecn tne two. At the elec-
tion for Mayor Harris was beaten and Degue
Webster's candidate was elected. Since
then it concluded to drive Harris out. About
10 days aco a man named Short who i nan.
nerof Harris and a police officer had a shoot-
ing affray but n-ither was hurt. Short was
thrown into jail although the evidence showed
mat ne was tired at first. Later five gamblers
were arrested and iailed. That nlnht a vint-
lance committee was formed with Tnm
Nixon proprietor of one of the hardest dance
nouses in the West at the head. The crowd
repaired to the ja.il nnd notified the prisoners
that they must leave the town the next morn-
ing Meantime Ihe vigilants took pos-
session of the town. Correspondents
of newspapers were notified that they
must not send telegrams. A body of
armed men watched the arrival of each train
to sec that there was no interference. A law
yer was sent lor Irom Larned by one ol the
prisoners. He was met hv the vmilnnt. u.i.
levelled a gun at his head and told him hot to
stop. Next morning the five gamblers were
put on the westward bound train and Short
left for Kansas City where he is now. Dodge
City is practically in the hands of the vigilants
and the situation is more serious from the fact
that the Mayor is acting with them. It was
.... iiuiiucu me prisuucrs mat tney must
go. Trains are still watched and armed men
guard the town while the list of others who
will be ordered out is being prepared. Dodge
City is in the hands of desperadoes and the
lives and properly af citizens are not safe.
uuuuic is apprcnenuea.
Ofer a man comes in und dot man goes
uui unu uoimancorres in again vas dot man
gone avay ?
Der more vat you lif der longer you finds
me by shoopider it pooly cwick out.
Yoost if mitin your income j you can't lif
Sadan vas make me contempt und I vas
say ui nun nusicr sauan uots ueser you got
on my back.
Ofer some of der gals of to-day vas in der
Kiimcu 01 live mu taen 1 uaea you der duy
fill couldn't decief em.
Got up rait der foorst pirds und gif der
Yuiius auuic iruuuics.
She vas lnfelv I vUh 1 1.-! c 1
of beer as she was lofely.
Lock der cow out so go gwick der barn vas
Ofer a voomans falls in love mil herself I
baed you der boys vill not help her in dot en-
derprises. Dun undo adders tint dnnd lln... - i
Tide dond got eny lime to wait for env
Ven vnu va micmlil. r.. 1 1. : .
found some one dot vas yoost so unhabby
Uditor 011 (iumbllug.
The Stockton Mail says : A man who
would whipsaw the ace and attemnt tn mil
the turn by pulling (as we have often seen
him) $4 (his week's salary) on a card that was
as dead as Thompson's colt is hardly the
DCrSOn to discuss this nrent mi.clinr :i.n.-
The Stockton Herald savs: A man who
would let his money (borrowed from usi lie
on the jack until said jack has passed to the
silent majority and a drunken check guerrilla
..j mine me pmycr wnn
an eye on another man's bet fondly supposed
nc wm coppering tne queen enters this im-
portant argument considerably handicapped.
Latest Arrivals at Joake's.
A tun. r 11 . I. 1 I. 1... 1.... . .
J. JoBko & Sons Aluino street aro lueo our-
........ .. i t.r imiiuru anu upwurils
an elegant assortment of torchon nnd other
...vo unu j.uiiiiiiii uiiiiu mien 111 seia with
..ii. i viikiuk siik grenuuines
futeuns.Bolld und largo llgures; handsome mo-
hair summer suits for Jit): white luwns and
Swiss dress yoods with embroidery to iiiatch.-
iind various articles too numerous to mention.
Our patrons and tho public uro requeBtud to
call und examine these goods and got prices.
v-3-tf. j J08KE 4 sons.
LATK TKLEOKAP1UO NEWS
KxSpeaker 111 Jail for llrlbory.
Newark May 9. Ex-speak er of Ihe As-
sembly John Eagan of Eliiabeth was lcdgel
in Essex county jail last night having been
arrested on an indictment by the grand jury
charging him with attempt to bribe Assembl).
man Armitsge ol this city during the session
of the New Jersey Legislature.
Oreat Interest In the Thompson Trial.
Cincinnati May 9. The Times-Star's
Harrodsburg (Ky.) special says: Five jury-
men have been accepted in the case of Phil.
B. Thompsoa Jr. on trial for the murdtr of
Walter H. Davis. Four peremplory chal-
lenges have been made by ihe protection
while only two have been made by the de-
fense. Interest In the case is so great that
men are anxious to become jurors so as to be
able to hear everything. This is shown by
the answers to questions put to the panel. It
is not likely (hejury will be complete till to-
morrow. Proparlue to Kecelve the Texas Preis
It'nul llrlth Lodge Adjourned.
Dallas May 9. The reception commit-
tee of the local press association will be at Ihe
various trains on the morning of the 19th for
the purpose of conducting visitors to Ihe head-
quarters provided. The local reception com-
mittee will be known by an appropr ate badge
so distinguishing them that there need be no
The ll'nni Urith Grand District Lodge No.
7;cIosed Its labors to-day and are now enjo-
ing a grand banquet tendered by the local
lodge. Many of the delegates will remain
over to Ihe Saengerfest. The city is already
full of strangers.
Easton Pa. May 9. Passengers state that
the hurricane on the Lehigh and Wyoming
valley last night was the severest known in
Easton Pennsylvania. Uetween Perm Havtn
and Hazleton trees in the woods for a dis-
tance of 2000 feet were mowed down like
grass. The wind and rain beat so hard
againt windows in the cars the passenger had
to place cushions and seats against them to
prevent them from being blown in. The en-
gineer of one train to avoid wreck by falling
trees reduced speed to coal train time. At
Gould's siding near Whitehaven the engine
of a passenger train was struck by a failing
telegraph pole and damaged The same pole
struck a passenger car making splinters of
its front. About the same time a tree fe 1
and broke the windows of the right side thus
alarming the passengers. All this occurred
while the train was running at full speed. A
short distance below the train men had to
move two telegraph polei that had blown
across the track. Near Rockfort a rock
weighing 30 tons rolled from the hillside and
lodged on the track. The watchman saw it
in time to stop trains going the other way.
Nearing Sloney creek station four freight
cars of a moving Lehigh Valley train were
fule or the New York World.
Nrw York May 9. Mr. William Htnry
Hurlbeit President of the Press Publishing
company completed to day the transler of
the entire properly of the World newspaper
to Mr. Joseph Pulitzer of the St. Louis Post-
Dispatch. Mr. Hurlbert will announce this
in the World to-morrow morning and the
first number of the World under the editoria
charge of Mr. Pulitzer will be issued on Fri-
day morning. It will continue Democratic
but Mr. Pulitzer will extend and modify its
local features. The price paid by Mr. Pulit-
zer is understood to be about $400000. This
does not include the building erected for the
paper under Mr. Hurlbert'a direction in 1881
which has been leased for a term ol 10 years.
Mr. Jay Gould is thus disposing of his entire
interest in the World is carrying out the policy
before announced of closing out his holdings
generally except in railway and telegraph
property preparatory to his tour around the
world. It is understood to be the purpose of
Mr. Hurlbert to sail for Europe shortly and
in that case it may be expected he will take
the opportunity afforded by his leisure to in-
fpect the places in Great Britain which have
teceived the attentions of Mr. Robert P Por-
ter and to review the account given by the
latter from the standpoint of a tariff for revenue
Dublin Mav q. The usual r.r.:n.
made from Dublin on Whitmonday will be
auanoonea mis year as the execution of Joe
Brady is to take place on that day.
Duiiun May 9. The third trial of Timo-
thy Kelley charged with participation in the
murder of Cavendish and Burke wag conclud-
ed to-day. The jury found a verdict of
guilty against the prisoner and he was sen-
tenced to be hanged.
The jury deliberated an hour. Kelly will
be hanged on June 9. When being removed
" uuui.riii. inant
you ray Lord." He thanked his counsel
n mcir exertions in nis behall and
hoped they might live long to defend innocent
CONSTANTIN01-I.E May 9. Further arrests
in Armenia nf nllefrerl -r .
. t 1" ...wuuti ui secret so-
cieties include a number of priests.
The editor nf the Am.V d .!..
Ii. lied at Constantinople has been sentenced
articles. ' ' V""""S U"'yM
London. Mav n At th. w 1...
second spring meeting to-day the race for
layne stakes for thrce-year-oids was won
by .splendor. Ladislas second Oscian third
hlevrn started inc'u ling Keen's colt Blue
Berlin. Xfavn Th 11. r .... 1
le:tor found yenuday inapindhere was
undoubtedly murdered by robbers as 15000
.nc iuicu iioin 111s pcr&on.
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