The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 270, Ed. 1, Monday, November 10, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
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Liquors and Cigars.
Will tell cheaper Ikon any
one for cash.
Harry Baum & Co.
Yol. IV. No. 270.
NOW IS THE TIME
LUMBER IS DOWN !
Lower than the Lowest!
At the Best and Largest Stocked Lumber
Ed. Steves k Sons.
The Pioneer Lumber Dealers of Western Texas.
Do not forget to call.
OFFICE AND YAIIDS-I. & G. N. It. It. Depot and Sunset Cross-
ing Alameda Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
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NORTHWEST CORNER MAIN PLAZA
Fall and Winter Goods.
I HAVE Tills BEATON MAM! T1IK MIlflKST ITPCIIASK OP
Ever brought to this city all of which has been selected with the greatest
0r.ntAS eIe?ant moi beautiful Beleotlon of SILKS AND SATINS.
I be finest selection or Ladies' wear embraolng everything needed
In Jdy'i wardrobe. The very latest styles In Satins
Worsted Goods and an endless variety or Laces
Scarfs Handkerchiefs Qloves Wraps and
everything for fall and winter wear.
CLOTHIN G I CLOTHING !
My stock of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men Youths and Boy la. rery large
and embraces every artlole known In the line of Gents' Furnishing Ooods. Over-
coats Hats Boots Shoes. Dress Suits Business Suits Underwear etc. all In the
greatest quantltv and variety. My stook of BOOTS AND SHOES Is .illy up to
the demand emfirttolng everything from the tlnest to the commonest. 7 P
i. 'n.?kJn8 juration or the Furniture buyeTs to my stock this winter I he.
leva that J an advertising for their good a well as my own. JXhi assortment li
te'nP.?! beftro. Including (he newest and beitZde. ThJS r? many
new and beautiful design In PAIlEOK AND CHAMBER FUKNITUKE of flrst-
and BdSlnT The T"'ety "U hRt " new- A full stook oftre?e.
mifcffeomSiH; Sdltln Ing made dally. Customer are In-kSinSti.Va'SK-
"rentlre'Fall and Winter Stock
rrtaMchaseS T'VnJ I Jkbu.lwUe H""' care and consideration for
waujrarc&aien audi now Invite the public to a orltlcal examination of same.'
San Antonio Light
San Antonio Texas. -Monday. Novomber 10. 1S84.
CELEBRATION OF THE SUPPOSED
VICTORY OF CLEVELAND.
Some Account of tho Procession
Speeches and Incidents of the
Democracy was rampant on Saturday
night and painted tho city In all the
vermilion hues of a great victory. In
response to the call of tho National
Democratic committee the Bexar
County Detuocratlo club called the
demonstration. At 8 o'clock n large
procession Illuminated by MX) torched
started from Krlsch hall. Juvenile De-
mocracy If It may bo so called seemed
to take a prominent part In the proces-
sion for we noticed moro boys In It than
In any similar gathering; but boys love
fun and whether It was fun or their
Democracy that attracted them Is very
questionable. Thero nil alto a fair at-
tendance of well-known citizens. Ap-
propriate transparencies wero borne In
the procession and the Eighth Cavalry
and City bands performed selections of
national music. As the procession
wended Its wuy through the city
loud cheers rent the air and
at various points red lire was
lighted giving a grotesque appearance
to the procession and the surrounding
houses. Fireworks were also frequently
discharged. When the procession passed
the headquarters of the Ulalne and Lo-
gan club loud oheers were given for
Cleveland and Hendricks which were
heartily responded to by equally hearty
cheers for Blaine and Logan. Mean-
while on the Main plaza some of the
committee wero busllyengaged In thing
a salute of 219 pseudo Runs in honor of
the electoral votes which the Democrats
nssumo that Cleveland has gained.
When the nrocesalon arrlv.tl at Hi.
plaza one of the largest gatherings seen
In this elty was formed before the speak-
ers' stand. Mr. William Ferguson Presi-
dent of the local Democratic club hav-
ing called order and exnlalncd thn nh.
Ject or the meeting. Introduced as speak-
ers the Hon. J. II McLcary elector for
wie oiuie Aiuerman junn laruenas
who spoko In Mexican Dr. Wnsserman
whose address was In German John II.
Copeland Leo Tarlton Judge Lee.
and Judge Walthall. '
A. S. Chevalier Introduced as "a scion
heir of the late Major Dwyer. John
irawiuru. meuuruenoi me oratory
was "The Glorious Victory." "Tim
greatness of the elected" "the way In
which the rascals were to be turned
out" and a decided conviction that
Cleveland was elected and should take
his seat. Much amusement was created
by Juan Cardenas who produced n
broom with which It was the Intention
of the party to sweep not only the "ras.-
cals" out but all the "111th" they had
left behind them. The oratory was
good and the remarks were lalrfy tem-
perate as political speeches but some of
the speakers had shouted themselves
hoarse In the procession and found con-
siderable dlflfculty In making them-
selves heard outside n narrow radius
or the stand. Young Edward Dwyer
made a decided hit as n collegiate ora-
tor and the general opinion on the
stand was that he would soon occupy
the place of his deceased father
In the ranks of local Democracy.
At the close of the meeting there were
loud cilea for Mao Anderson "the new
convert to Democracy" but that gen-
tleman was consplouous by his abscence.
An open platform wa then left for
those who were uver boiling with en-
thusiasm and eloquence but strange to
say nono availed themselves of the op-
portunity to Immortalize themselves by
celebrating an uncertain victory. This
closed the demonstration; the majority
of the citizens returned to their homes
uui euiuo uuKcreu urounu ine saloons
and corners of the streets talking poli-
tics and crvlncr out the nitnpi of llinno
in whose honor the celebration washeld.J
Consratulated by the Memphis
Mninns. November 8. Tim iiumnn.
stratlon to-night In celebration of Cleve-
land and Urndrloks' vlciorv was tlm
greatest ever witnessed In this city. A
torcn ngnt procession paraded the prin-
cipal streets of the olty and nearly
every business house In the cltv wna Illu
minated. A mass meeting was held on
me diuus numDerlng fully 20000. Col-
onel ltobert F. Looney member of the
National Democrats Executive commit
tee from Tennesse presided. Speeches
were made by Congressman Casey
Young and other prominent Democrats.
The following telegram was tent; Hon.
oltlzens and Democrats of Memphis In
uinia Hireling naseuiuieu enu greetings
and congratulations over the final subsi-
dence or war passions the birth of a new
ern In Amprfonn nn1ltlf -iM.i..r
umphof a solid country the entrance of
wu. vm... rtu-.u upuu uioir granu mis-
sion among the nations of the earth under
the leadership of one whose banner Is In-
scribed : 'Public otllce Is a publlo trust.'
Whose fimilnmpntnl nrlnntn.1 I. ii-.:
erniuent wan made for the people 'and not
whose loyalty to the whole people Is for
000 and the constitution of the country."
A loving and confiding people.by the bal-
.... v. o .....yu mi irceinen.uave attested
tbelr sympathy with you In the great
jo... ..m. jvu meir supreme con-
... j uMiMiouuuon ni me
government knowing (he country's In-
Cleveland's Plurality Reduced to
Aijjasv. November 0 Tim vntn nf
the county of Albany was carefully re-
iiiru ia niguc ana Cleveland's plural-
ity found to be OW Instead of 040. Ilia
plurality In the State according to offi-
cial figures received bv Chiirm.n i..
nlng from County Clerks Is law.
New Yonif. November n. W. ft.
Smith Chairman of the New York State
Democratic committee hat Issued a
manifesto to the people of New York
charirlnE the ltenulillmnt with nttmnnt.
ed frauds regarding tho vote of
... ai.ic in n men lie says ;
riiey Intend and expect to throw again
Into dlsnuto the result of the election
uu iiitoitc ii in iniermmaute legisla-
tion. To th a end nrlntnl n.n.r. Ii.v.
been sent to them by their agents and
tiicKniinei ib every county in tne
Stato of New York to be nted with the
counts whenever an evillnn pun li mun-
ufactured. Of the entire reliability of
' luiuriuniion 10 inisscneme.ibere
can be no question. We call upon the
representatives or the parly In the vari-
ous counties of this Stato to be alert
and by every proper method to assist to
defeat this desperate device and mind-
in ui iuo great consequence to the
business Interests of our State which
such a conspiracy necessarily involves
we deem It our duty to nMure our peo-
ple who have now generally acquiesced
In the result that they may conlldcntly
rely that by nn such scheme or device
will the State bo deprived of tho result
of Its deliberate choice. It may disturb
and protract the determination hut It
will not change the result.
Comnl Springs nnd the Sopliicn
&p(UIOurictonilncoor tbo Uttil.
Nkw Biul'mku November 10. Yes-
terday afternoon and evening favored
by the finest or Indian summer weather
the New Braunfels lodge .f K. of H.
celebrated the repetition of their Flsch-
erstechen. The programme was new
and many a dive Into the blue and crys-
tal waters va had. A drive with Mr.
William Wetzel as guide to the
roruantlo and plcturcsquo scenery
tint limit nr.l.n nr II. n I
bubbles and pours forth from underneath
i.t.uMuuuu iig uiuiiucs in numoertess
springs with an everchanglng back-
ground of gorgeous unsurpassed Texas
flora and vegetation. A visit to the
' Sophlen-Burg" a rello of Prince Salms
Jlraunfels.and named in honorof his lady
a very dilapidated condition bynn old re-
cluse who tells his visitors of
"ihe lady bright
And the gallant knight
Or tho captive doomed to die."
Hern rnrAltv hM fnvlti tin. 11 .11. -..-I-.
ment oaused by the enroachment of re-
publican sentiment made abandonment
necessary for many or the originators of
the nobln colnnv. Vntii imPMnA
extenili t1mnL- fnp klnrlMa. n.l i i
tallty extended to his many friends.
Our English friends am nn n ir.m.r
of evcltcment and Indication. Knm..
body Is writing a book relative to the
vagaries 01 r.ngnsumen Immigrants
who settle here. The arlitnnrntln rm
man the small landholder who has bad
10 icuvo iuo noma 01 nis Dirtu on account
of political Issuea or for the benefit of
his country the lawver'a clerk wlm )
a full fledged counsel and others In-
congruities of English brag are all In
None or the absurdities are forgotten.
Ihe work had proceeded very quietly
until In an unlucky moment one of the
personages who figures prominently
read something that considerably upset
his amour pronre. The main reason
why these sketches has caused this fury
of Indignation Is that they are written
Going and Coming.
Captain CloUS. Juries Advnrntn nf Ihr.
Military department or Texas leaves
to-day to take the now position assigned
to him at Fort Sill Indian Territory.
It Is not generally known that tho wor-
thy Captain was In his early years at-
tached to the press and was for a time
luuncKicuwiiu iuo Aa lanrornta.
Captain Clous Is so much attached to
San Antnnln thnt. t h ATnir.nAn r
his military service In about three years
he proposes to return to San Antonio
uu iu uaiig uul ui auingie as an attor-
ney. As he Is nn ccompllshed lawyer
and most popular he will be gladly
welcomed here. Meanwhile he has won
the esteem of many friends who wish
him prosperity In his new sphere and a
A Bold Thief.
A negro named John Willi. m.nn
stole a red nlush odor ei from n.u.
wln'i bookstore last Saturday and took
. iiuuicuiaiciy 10 J.merson's pawn shop
and tried to pawn It saying he had Just
llOllirht It fnr fl A. II- n.l. . '
still attacned to It showing It to be
j.. .lucrsuu leiepnoneu lor
Captain Thomas Hughes and when he
nrrlvpil thn n mnn. I 1 1.1 i
ran away leaving the oil or case. Cap-
...fcuv. iicg ui. man veeieruay
morning on boledad street however
and he Is now safely lodged In the
A Happy Editor.
Colonel J. L. Bartow. lrmnn.rlno.lllr
of the Waco Examiner arrived Hntnr.
day and this evening will be married to
iuns Florence u. Long an accomplished
belle of Athens Georgia at the reil-ii-.
ni h.i.i. a
C corner of Ninth street. The Itev. Dr.
"'""' ";" um come nere specially
to perform the ceremony. Among tho
many presents given to the bride elect
thousand dollars. The Limrr reserves
no ucany congratulation as supple-
mentary to the wedding festivities.
A Brllllat Wedding.
The wedding ot Mr. 11. F. Yoakum
anil Mrs.Betllu Porter of till rliv- I.
set to occur next Thursday evening at
iuo rcsiuence or jurs. w. A. Bennett
on Nueya atreet. Both parties are well
known In the highest aoclety circles and
he affair It expected to be very brill-
Mr. V Vandervoort of Carrlzzo
Springs wrltct to the Liout to the effect
1 ?m!f uiW 8L!f.l C'veland
htlncttto hear from. In 1880 tho vote
i .vim .ciuuvratio.
Ventt'llno furnishing goodt at Sheet'
NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION.
Some of tho Important Premiums
Texas Should Secure.
The Department of Agriculture has
Just Issued lis first pamphlet which con-
tains a list of all the premiums to be
given for the bett exhibit! In that sec-
tion of tho New Orleant Exposition.
ino utvttions or tho Department of Air-
rlculture are fourteen In number and
comprise the following classes of ex-
hibits: Division A rat stock.
Division II horses mules and asses.
Division C dogs.
Division D poultry anil pet stock.
Division K cattle.
Division F dairy product!.
Division G sheen and coats.
Division II twine.
Division J farm and garden products.
Division K farm machinery and men-
tils. Division L machinery for the produc-
tion of agricultural products.
Iilvlilon M humane Inventions.
Division N agricultural buildings.
Division O feed and forage.
It will be seen from tho naturo of tho
precedlngdlvlalons that the Department
orAgriculture possesses peculiar Interest
to tho people or Western Texos. Tho
LitiitT has so often Impressed upon lit
readers the untold and Invaluable ad-
vantages that Texas will derlvoby an
adequate exhibit or the vast resources
or her country that thero will bo no ne-
cesslty to repeat them and It will suf-
fice to state In a plain nnd succinct man-
ner the most Important of tho premiums
offered In tho department under notice.
In tho schedule of premiums. Division
I for the largest and bett collection of
samples representing the forests of
North America two premiums of $50
and $30 are offered.
Group IV In this division will be or
great Interest to tho wool growers of
the State. Premiums are offered for the
best live fleeces of Merino In the follow.
Ing proportions: $23 tor the best and f 15
for tho second best of tho bett ram's un-
washed best ewo't unwashed bett
scoured In proportion to weight ai car-
cass. Group V It tlOtslhlr Ilia mint liniinr.
tant of all that of our staple product
cotton. The bett bale ot American cot
ton long ttaple other than Sea Island
first premium $1000 second premium
Uestbale of American cotton upland
first premium $500 second $250.
In Division II. prizes of various
amounts aro offered for the bett exhibits
or cerealt and vegetable producti.
The anlarlan of TrTm hn nin n
splendid chance of thowlng the progress
and produce of bis Industry Inducents
being offered to exhibitors by premiums
for the bett colonies of Italian Cyprian
Syrian and other beet in addition to tho
belt collection of honey. In addition to
this thero aje premiums offered for the
bett manipulating or beet under various
circumstances. These few Items havo
been telected at appealing to the direct
Interests of Texas more especially than
tho other groups which Include various
vegetable aeedt flbret oils and orna-
mental flora all of which Toti ii nM.
to produce In a degree of perfection not
to be equalled but at tho present time
she hat; not Interested herat-lf to
great extent In their production.
Mr. Jacob Dullnltr. whlln ilrlvlnirtn
an ambulance yesterday afternoon about
I o'clock drove across the bridge over
San Tedro creek on Obraje ttreet and
tho ambulance wat upset by running
Mr. Dullnlg wat thrown out heavily
uuu cuiuo uuuca uroxen. lie wat
on a litter and la now doing well. The
hole should have been repaired by the
Street Commissioner and the accident
numu uui nave unppeneu.
Tho following deaths were rnnrtn1
Henry Cats aged .11 veari. hvilrn.
!!: Fl n.erf.clcl "B 9 daT. lookjaw.
Mlna l'lifill. ni'cl 7 ilnvi i...n.....
Chas. Spahn aged 7 years croup.
to 11). Old age and children were the
M..jgi ui caiei. in no
tlon. which la creditable for the sanitary
condition of the city.
Tho LtnilT. With irr.nt nl....m
record! the approaching wedding of Mr.
Thomas Crlder a well known young to-
clety man of tblt city to Mitt Nannie
Votaw daughter or Captain Wm.Vo-
taw a wealthy stockman formerly of
San Antonio ami nmv r m..;il-
county Tho wedding occurs at the
rancD ot tne bride's parents on next
lbursday. Mr. Crlder leaves to-night
journey to his bride. .
Ollt nt JeflVev'n raneti nil . nin..
creek near San Antonio while the fam-
ily wero absent the flrtt of last week
tome unknown parties entered the house
U .. "uu.' "ioio a tvinonetter
rifle three blanket! and tome provl-
dlttance and led toward San Antonio
. ""';u ecpeu witn tuclr
booty. The trail thowed thero were
Gut Williams had at nmntl m
ence as might be expected on Saturday
evening. J lie sparse audience that did
attend to see Captain Mlshler highly
appreciated Mr. Out Wllllamt' talentt.
He It undoubtedly a verv fine enniniiun
far above the average of the host of ac-
tort who call themselves comedlant nnd
whn fin nnt ktinw l.A .1 1 ir- i .
humor and wit.
By tho exnloslon nf nn mivti n.t i
celebrate the election at Lullng latt
omuruay nigut.a ratal accident occurred.
Thn nnntl hr.f .1.. -i
over the headt of the crowd Injuring
i cuiercu a aaioon
tome 20 yanli distant and killed Buck
tvrlirht. a lfiilti.il fii.fa. Tinn.....
thai and struck another young man In
the head and wounded him to severely
A Long Mntlnoo this Mornlng-BIg
Kecordcr'a court convened this morn
ing at 10:10 o'clock Ilecorder Callaguan
In the chair. The homo wat packed and
the docket wat verv lenclhr ami nlin.
live. The session continued twohoun.
l ho rullowlng are the cases disposed of i
Mochlniky Intuiting language toMn.
John Kempf fined $3.
John McLaughlin Intuiting language
to Mlit Minnie Porter $..
W. Martin a whlto man 0. II. Carter
colored had two tights at Sommer'i
garden on election day and each wero
Juana Castro for nslog obsceno lang-
uage on a public street J.
Josephine ltoMnson vagrant $3.
.on"' F"1l!k leaving team alone
Augutt Hchwortz Iniultlng languago
to Jlrj. Clem Bee tried by Jury and
W.Irt1(lnt.lieallngnnd tlrlklng Lucy
Smith lined $7.
Untile Wllllamt vagrant $3.
L. Gibson. Jcnnlo Whlto and 31. llrlg-
Kin $3 each Gibson for being disor-
derly and the others for being vagrants.
Charles Haynet using obscene lang-
uage on the publlo plaza $3.
It. O'Connor who had a light In Bra-
II. Hocr Jack Wllllamt George Cox
Ld. Itoblnton drunks lined $3 each.
Wi t I "olani Ueorgo
disorderlies $3. ' ' '
A. llarleman T. Jonct and J. Wise
disorderlies lined $10each.
fine''"1 l"lng nnl rll'lnei J
Seven p.ktrt illsmlui.it .1.1 n.
A STRANGE DEATH.
An Unknown Man Dies Without
On Saturday night a young man ap-
parently a German aged about 25 years
minus coat and hat wat found dying at
tho platform of tho Sunset depot. A
doctor was telephoned for but none
came and the man quietly breathed lilt
latt. Information was given to Justice
Adam nnd he Impanelled a Jury who
viewed the lioilv ami nillnnrni.il
until next morning. On Sun-
day the Inquest wat resumed
and from the evldenco of Conductor
Barker It appeared that tho deceased
wat first teen on Friday at Converse
station. He wat then In a very critical
condition and by the Instructions of
the nation agent he brought him on a
freleht train toSan Antnnln ami lAfrlilm
on the platform after telephoning for
the doctor. The sum of $1 10 was found
on the deceased but no documents or
tuing to lean to ins luentlllcatlon.
he deceased hail nnnarnntlv hn til
for tome lime and the Jury therefore
returned n verdict that deceased camo
to his death from natural causes. No
doctor however examined the body
which wat subseriuentlr Interred at thn
Fight Yesterday Morning.
A row occurred about 0 o'clock yes
terday morning at the Whlto Elephant
saloon for the non-payment of drinks
between Dick Tommlnt the barkeeper
anu lour men who wero drunk. One of
the men drew n knife nnd Inflicted a
flesh wound In Tommlnt' leg near the
Eroln and then Tommlnt tailed In and
eat the four men pretty badly with hit
lists. Two of them wero arrested.
Stole tho Crockery.
C. S. Stewart wat caught In the act of
stealing chlnaware samples In Paul
Wagner's store near tho door whero
they were on exhibition Saturday even-
ing. He wat arretted at wat alto hit
partner II. C. Morgan and charges of
vagrancy were preferred egalntt them
In the Police court.
The tiublla drlnklm? fr.unlnln nlitei.il
In the tnuare donated to the city by Sir.
Movcrlck In tho Fourth ward wat ded-
icated yetterday. The fountain was tho
gift of the Water Workt company and
Alderman Pauly nnd It a finely exe-
cuted pleoo of work by Mr Frank
A Shining Mark.
MISS Bertha livid a lirllrM nnt nrnm.
lslncTOunc ladv In tha 21st veirnf tier
age died last night on Water street
take place at 4 o clock thlt afternoon.
Offices to be Moved.
Arrangements aro being made to con-
solidate the Various Offices of thn Knnaet
railway of thlt city In one building. A
building on Commerce ttreet It likely to
Johann L. Oohi of the Lone Star
Brewery will be married to Anna Leh-
man thlt evening by Justice Adam.
thlt morning In hearing tho argument
Intheoateof Vance heirs vs. Upson
u.u uu nu jiiuicm uecision lias
yet been given.
Justice Adam called lilt civil docket
"'It morning. There were sixty cases
all of which wero continued or reset
except twelve cases in which Judgment
was rendered by default.
Rales tor Csltltmtn.
From November 10 to IB Inolutlve'
the 0. 11 A 8. A. railway will teli
round-trip ticket! to Ihe cattlemen
convention in St. Louis via New Or-
leans at the rate of $27 05; good for
four dayt In transit each way and good
to return until November 30 Inclusive.
V W' v.tVc' Jr' Vm- Agent.
P. II. I iiEEii Ticket Agent
A Startling Discovery
Fljytlclani are often atartled by re-
Dr. Klng'e NewDlioovery for Contump-
It dally curing natlentt that they have
f v u.b ib Bint muKinem to reai-
ze their tense of duty and examine into
resulting In hundred! of our bestphyal-
boUlet freS at W&JTSw drug
w.vW. m.ui. jwsu.or BIZO
Month to Loan.
In tumt of $1000 and upward niltori
Avuug ..v. H uuiuiou street
Cheaper Than Any !
Harry Baum &.Cb.
Ton Cents a -Week
A Chapter to Plus tlw Ltdta.
Fall Is over and about nit the sere and
yellow leavet are falling from tree and
shrub; the election with Itt accompany-
ing excitement It over once more and
as things are drifting baek Into the nat-
ural channel! of phyilcal and mental
quietude and day by day attorns the
even tenor of social and home life. A
LtoiiT representative met Sir. L. Wolfton
and wat conducted Into the newly re-
furnished and refitted millinery branch
of thlt Juttly celebrated establishment:
Hero I to be teen everything whatso-
ever pertaining to (be decorative nrt In
ladle' head wear and for the benefit or
tho many lady readers of the Liout a
synopili or tho different kinds of hat
that will be In use during the coralngsea-
son for dlflerent occasions In the social
Intercourto of tho ladlet of our fair
given from tho chief authority In that
either already made or to bo gotten
hand and put Into shape and ttylobya
employed by Sir. Wolfson. Flrtt a hat
edged fluting of velvet lined with old
gold or copper and adorned with feath-
vet outside t'rlmmlnga tho tame with
t n i iur panic m gar-
aa though tcooped out to show latin
lining covered with lace pouf of ribbon
with wlngt aigrette at the tide while
feathers aro also employed very
muoh for enhancing adornment-
Traveling hatt are made of
both ttraw and felt trimmed with
...... . mim uuu lung icainer
to match. A beautiful promenade hat
7 .. """" " velvet auu leaiuers.
Another traveling hat It a "Chtpean
vet twist of illic and clutter of flowers
... .i irai. nu uji-uoor nat ot
T?..'1 1"1 wlh velret and adorned
with hint nnil fnalt.A.. ...1.1.1.. m 1 .
trucli In dcmand. A siyllsli "Item-
oranut 'or velvet trimmed with feath-
ers will be tho "come 11 faut" for Tltit-
ttraw hat with turned up brim cased In
100 cruwn anu a largo
"ebon of falllo" In front It much ad-
f?r li!"IfriM1"' ""I't'ont consist of
bosen according tn thn in.ir. r n.
And now comet tho mott Interesting
part of the whole. It consists of tho
on of tho various hatt and ctpt
Mj... u. our young lout either
mist or boy or even baby of two or
three yean old. For the latter a felt
lKUe" with drawn brlmand trimmed
fien ln?7'.0 0 Immely child appear beau-
5 niI.'wh"B for mlttci a "Pork
lie' hat faced with garnet vetvet and
trimmed with Algerian tllk or satin. 1
the novelty of the aeaion. For boyt a
shades and an abundant supply of tailor
.....v. .mm.ciic. m STen suit ma
iiuji luiiumui 01 uoy.
Sir. Wolfson bat telected hi ttock
Antonio and the adjacent country and'
In this connection it must be added that
ui. ..guiiuicnt oi une nowers or the
latest alvl.e nr. tn t. i..t i. i
nnnntltl.a rri .1. 1.. . .. i .
spring tho gorgout flora of midsummer
. uuiir luneu coloring oi
jntuinn flower and falling leave can
A Poetic Gem.
flir J. X. EMKIUOV.l
Once upon n bad time dearie at I
aquanuereu bond or Erie
O'er many a bright green table In the
While I toddled nearly drapplng tud-
denly there came n tapping
As If tome great powerd been man-
ping mapping out my lire before.
TIs some fool'' I then did mutter
"trying bard to act the bore."
This I think but may bo more.
At I tat In my lono chamber I did nuall
beroro the danger
Of each hurrying eager ttrangcr who
had brought bit golden ttore.
rom hit gold ! now might take him
him".... ui.gnt ttate
To those rare and beauleout pieces
which all men teem to adore
Now little known upon thlt shore.
r"te?ihy ray oul prew 0Im"' and
-.utiuaaca nccu ui arUJOUT
VUIdifh? " "PProcli Ihe shutter" wltli
I did glance out at the lamp light down
... uucuino more
Then I heard a faint low mutter at
"Slr"tald I "that groan hat touched me;
Speak or I can not endure."
A I listened almott eoullett all at once
I felt a boldness
At upon the tten I trembled and on
me the rain did pour;
Then I heard a weftk voice crying "Oh
for God' take help! I'm dvlng;"
Home poor lost one thought I crying
crying at my very door
Like a parting tplrlt tlghlng for that
Thlt wat all I heard no more.
"Sir" tald I "If you're a stranger I
would tay that you're In danger
tor I truly with your tafety nothlag
Tell me did they And you napping; havo
'uey your poor toulbeen trapping?
Have they your young life been eap-
Ping tapping to It very core?"
Theii ltook him on my ehoulder.asl
felt him growing colder and I laid
him on the floor.
Thlt I did and nothing more.
Then the ttranger teemed to tremble as
If wishing to dissemble:
"A gentleman!" quoth I a costly were
tbo clothes hs wore;
Then I heard word! faintly tpoken a If
by a heart mott broken:
"If 1 bad but known of Emerton If X
had known him before 1
I did pledge my dearest token where tho
light can ne'er explore.
Good-bye" ald he"Pm flush no more."
Atttntloo.K. p. taitowmeat.ee.
The members or Section G33il4ow-
ment Bank K I. are hereby otUUd
that . all dues and itsteMtnenM nmt bsj
paid not later than Use 16th or Ttwtr
name will be report! oa tvmnKi
V'l'?.."16 J?"? BryTtSby
forfeiting all beneflu.
o . - . . T. B. JotunoM
Sec'y. and Tin. X. R. MS K. P.
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