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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 9.
San Antonio, Texas, Thursday, April 12, 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
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I SHEETS, CORREVON & CASTLES, !
JVe Have the
1 Alamo Plaza, San
TO CONSUMERS OP COAL OIL.
STAR AND ASTRAL OILS (SS ffiSsfffff.
Brilliant and Radiant Oils !
Aro tho only snro 110 nro tost brnnd. Tlio nbovo brands wo guarantee. Wo offer ilio
STBLLAIt IIItAND of 110 lost yellow oil, to closo stock, at very loir prices.
We also have the Common Low-Test CHESTER BRAND,
Which Wo Request Rids On iTSZTX
Waters Pierce Oil Com'y, - - San Antonio, Texas.
Houston Street, noxt to Dr. IIorn"s resilience
All tlio dellcaclos of tho season.
ELEGANT PRIVATE IHXIXG ROOMS
OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.
Imported wines, liquors and clgnrs always on
To Ho Offered Only a Short Tlmo by
Cohen .V Kncnlghulm.
12 dozen stilt hats nt HI eenta each, worth
$3.60 to $3.00.
25 dozen lino wool hats at $1.00 each, worth
7 dozen Mexican felt hats at f 1iOeach, worth
100 mora of thoso genuine Indigo bluo tlamiol
sulbjjust received by uxpross, nt $8.50, worth
CO dark casshnoro suits nt $8.50, worth $11.00.
60 dark caKslmero siilta nt $11 (10, worth $1.1-7).
60 dark casslmoro suits lit $3.50, worth $.".U).
SO dark cussjincro Bulls lit $1 (), worth $0 UO.
W boys' bluo llannel milts ut 1300, worth $360.
100 pairs boys eussiinuro kneo pants nt $1 00.
worth $1 00. ' '
15') pulin English cuttonado panU nt $1 25,
65 dozun all till; handkerchiefs nt 50 cents,
Tills weok wo Oder special Induceinents to
city trade, nud only usk nn Inspection of tho
ubove bargains to convince you that you can
buy clothing, or anything else In our line, us
cheap of us as In nny pastern city.
UprStf COHEN & KOENIUllEIM.
Just Kecolvod ut Josko's.
A largo assortment of (touts', boys' and
youths' ready iniido clothing. Cull and soo
Will bo reoplvod nt this olllco until 12 o'clock
Monday, lfith Instant, ror tho lmintlug of sev
eral bridges over tho Kan Antonio rlvnr.
Speclllcutlons to bo had on application to tills
0,!lce;, ' PliK-NCii, Mayor,
UyE. 1. Cuuijon, City Clork.
April il, 1883. --0t
l'ropertv for Kioliungo.
A liouso and lot In n central location for ex
change for a ranch worth $1000.
A dcBlrnblo plooo of property In lloerno for
exchange for city proporty worth $3000.
100 acres in Kerr county and sotno monoy fi r
ii good piece of city property.
V. E. Hilton,
203 West Houston street.
Ho Good Knougli to Note It.
Mr. I'nrk Iloo, manufacturing Jeweler and
ongmvor, lias taken part or tho Btnroat241
Coniinorco street, wliero ho will carry on tho
business of u manufacturing und repairing
Jeweler. Dllllcult work und lino cnKrarliifr a
specialty. Trade work from all parts of tho
stuto solicited und satisfaction Kuaruntced.
Park Doe, 211 Coiumorco street, Sun Antonio.
Our custouicrH and ull dealers In sheet muslo
and muslo books arc respectfully informed
that wo hayo boon appointed solo agents In
Texas ror all publications of B. llrnnards" Pons
(t.lovo and and Chicago), nud iiro'propiired to
furnish tho trndo and iirofesslouals with (roods
at haetcrn prices. Our stock la soon to bo in
creased by tho addition of 4000 pieces of Bheot
muslo and u full lino or muslo books not now in
thismarket. PrlccsouitppllcHtlon. Ourplanos.
oriruns mid general merchandlso llrsl-cluss.
Tunlnir und ropuirlng by a flint-clus workman.
Alamo Miwio House.
220 Commerce street, San Antonio,
Finest Slock of
in this City.
Antonio, Texas. I
mum imimimttitmin iiiiiiiiniiimtiuiiiii
IfYou are Sufferlnc
lroin torpidity of tho liver or constipation of
tho bowels, try n bottle or Hopntlzlnc, Dr.
lobln s irreat liver medicine. Kvery bottlo
is g uaranteed to you, and your money rof unded
For sulo nt ClnvlnY drug Btore, nnd by C,
Tho New Wilson
Sowlng-Mnohlno Is now borbro tho public W.
s'iulJ' most skillful oicrator, Is the
llsli local ugenU) everywhere, to whom tho best
Suu Antonio Postolllco. 4-13-lra
How to Rflvn tnnnntr nn.l rip,.,! t... trUnM
Tiirko.IliiB.slun bath or Steam Rath for your
colds, rheumatism, dumb uiruo and all skin dis
eases, uuii uo louna UC A. ZtLIAN'8,
uirner Commcrco nnd Alamo streets.
Also, Hot nud Cold Water Jlaths nt 25 cents
Cohen k Knenlgholiii keep tho llnest lino of
best cutter and workmen In this city, nnd their
uu iiiu loivesi. a ni guurauiccil or no
sale, and ull thoy ask for It a trlul. Kcmeinlier
tho plnco, 300 and 311 Main l'lazu. np2-tf.
Important for Iluslness Men.
Mr. Caleb Muulo.acentnud attorney for tho
colleetlon of account, charires only 10 per cent,
upon (rood papor, other rates euually reiu.ona
blo. No eliurKO unless collections nro mauo.
A trial lij respectfully solicited, flood refer
cnces(rlvon Ifrciiuircd. Olllco nt Dr. O. F.
Vouiik's, southcust corner of Mulu plaza. 3-lm
Jut the Thine lor Hummer.
Mr. Frank A. SclTol his 1nr r,.,.,.K..l n
lot of tho Improved Triumph Conl Oil' Btoves
in uu siiup, buiuiuiu loruu purposes. Tlioy will
boll, roaet and heat anything without the
necessity of a tire. Vrleu from 75 conts. Cull
nud fee thorn at Sefl'oll's store, Aluuio streot,
opposltu UcorifO Dulluijr's. 4-12lin
NI5W8 Ol' TUB WOULD.
Hosenbcrjf wantB postollleo.
A l'KNAi.TV has boon tixed for kllllnir dcor
between January 20 nud August 1.
Seven ear loads of walnut Iocs reo'ntly
parsed ovor tho Sunset road, destined for
The London pollco claim to have knowledve
of tho most hideous uud stupendous plot of
It Is rumored that the Now York, Texas und
Mexican railway will soon build fruin Itescn
berir to Houston.
A boy or 15 and a irli l of 13 applied for u mnr
rlnifd liceuso at Hillsboro, Illinois, h few days
since. It wns rcfusod.
Iiiisiimen ucknowledKO developments in tho
l'hoenix park murder caaos are doing the Ijtud
League much injury.
Tins Sennte has passed over tho (lovernor's
veto tho bill ledinir property In Dallns to the
The eoromony of transferring tho regalia of
thu Itnsilan Imperial family from tho Wlutor
puluco tothu Kremlin occurred yesterday.
M. II. Davis nttompted to shoot Alfred
.Moore, a newspaper man, In Fort Worth yes
terday, but Monro captured his rovolvor and
Kovorcly injurod hhu.
Fokt Woiitii nowspapers want additional
ooinotory grounde, not that Fort Worth edi
tors nro more dangerous than formerly but bo
cuubo a suicide mania bus struck tho town.
John Scui.t.in, Oencral Manug r of tlio
Mexican Central railway, loft Oulvestoii foi
st. Louis yosterday. Ho said all railways In
Mexico backed by aukoes wero In a prosper
Gkoiuie Patoick, ngol 10, grandson or Dr.
Lnwrcnco Washlngtou, who was tho last grund
nephew of President Oeorgo Washington, Is
tho succobsful candldato for appolulmout to
West l'olnt lroin Dmiison.
Charles W. Franols, Hoalth Commlssloprr of
St. Iiouls. whoso adventures with a woman
have nuiiln him notorious, li now In tho City of
Mexico, Francis Is a lineal desoendunt of Sir
Charles Frauuls, to whom tho letters or Junius
a ro now commonly attributed.
Dri'lI'Vim Of till, llnnilnn 11..... .1 l
eleetod yesterday, ure: President, Samuoi
IcAsten; Vlco President, H. w. Qhitow;
irrousuier, V. A. Uloo: Directors, William Chris
Mnn. S. K. Mcllheny, William M. Head, Wlllhiin
M). Cleveland, George L. l'orter, W. V. 11.
AValaou and A. lluttkuy.
AMOXG THE EI'ISCOPALIAXS.
The Ladle of St. Mark's Altar Society
Give a Ijiinoheoii Hiul Ice I'remn
An Illilght Into the Mysteries of Ice
Cremn Kitting, nnd Why It
The congregation or St. Mark's cathedral
havo long thought that tho Doau should
hnvo a residence provided ror him, and re
cently active steps havo boon taken to accom
plish this purpose. A convenient lot ndjolnlng
tho church was purchased nnd n very hnndsouio
resilience Is now being erected thereon. Soino
portion of tho noccssnry fund has nlrcndy been
raised und tho ladles connected with tho
council auk now houcitimi
public subscription to muko up tho balance of
tho expenso thus Incurred.
To nld this good work tho Indies of tho Altar
society, attached to tho church, decided upon
giving n luncheon und Ico cream festival.
They secured for this purpose tho Icocroam
saloon nnd gardens of Messrs. Harnlsch & llacr,
on Commcrco streot, und yestorduy at noon
thoy commenced serving n good luncheon,
consisting of turkuy, chicken, shrimp nnd
potuto alail, lettuce, pickles, Saratoga pota
toes, lemon and vanilla Ico cream, cuke, eolfee,
etc., etc., which was ini-ly well patronized.
lu tho ovcnlng they held an Ico cream fes
tival. McAllister's band performed musical
"elections, nnd the wholo passed otr very suc
cessfully. Tho only drawback at times wus
the want of more room and light. Tho tablos
DKCOIIATEI) WITH FLOWEI13
und did credit to tho heads, ns woll as tho hearts
or tlio fair ones who laboied hard to makotho
festival a success.
Tho tables were mnged In tho following
onler, and wero undor charge or the ladles
1. Miss Eva Howard and Miss Katlo Elliott.
2. Miss Aunlo lleos, nnd Miss May Williams.
3. Miss Cora Ogden, Miss Woodhull, and Mrs.
Graham Watts. This tablo was overshaded by
tho Mexican uud American Hags.
4. Mrs. Leonard, Miss Fanny Simpson, MUs
Lottie James and Miss I'.vu Ncsbltt.
5. Miss llrown, Mist I. Walthall, Miss Lilly
Steole. nnd tho Misses I'olk.
p. Mrs. John flroon. Miss Emily Strlhllng, Miss
I.llaToblu, nud Miss Ida Vance.
i. jurs. Nixon, .miss a. rnllllps, Miss Duilap,
and Miss Mury Illg.
8. Mr. James Moore, Miss Ida Dobson, Miss
Lvk Warron, nnd Mls Lilly Clements.
'J. Miss Ivy Hnru nnd Miss Hello Martin, who
converted tho lrmllscent fountain into u huge
llowor vase, and did n considerable busluoss.
Tho wholo wanuudcr tho direction or Miss
Annie Tobln, 1'rosldent of the Ladies' Altar
society, who was ably assisted by Mrs. Vurga,
the Vice President.
Tho way tho young
LADIES ATE ICS CllEAM
wns indeed romnrknble, uud ovidoucod n gront
amount or Boir-abnegatlon. In tho oarly part
or tho evening, ono of tho young ladles declined
to havo luuolioou on the ground thatsho had 15
or 20 Ico creams to devour during the evening
to ploaeo tho liberal patrons of tho
festival. Her case was by no means singular,
and It may be romnrkod that tho Indies did tnko
H liberal iiuantlty of Ico cream to servo their
cause, doing It with good graco and resigna
tion. Tho ice cream, as supplied by Messrs.
Harnlsch & Ilaer, wns certainly delicious, butir
any or tho male mombtrs or tho church had
taken half tho quantity they would havo ro
HUlrod savoral "whisky straights" to ward otf
tho ovll effects of It. Tho ladles woro right. If
Siiurgoon, as he declared, cun "smoke to the
Klory or God nnd for tho good of the church,"
Episcopalian ladles may assuredly take unlim
ited quantities of Ico croam for tho same good
A GAHU OF THANKS.
"Wo, tho ladles of St. Mark's Altar Society,
deslro to tonder our most hearty thanks
to Messrs. Harnlsch & liner for tlio kindness
In loaning thclrlco cream parlor uud gardens
rnrthofcsllwillnuld of tho purchase money
of tho Demi's residence, und to the .Misses Ilaer
for tho kind and valuable Hsslstanco rendered
Miss Annie Tobln kludlv Informed n Lioiit
representative that about $200 was titkon In by
tho ladles or tho Altar society yesterday, and
Btatod that she anticipated that the ne' protlt
ufter ull accounts hud been paid, would be
Judgo Cullaghan, rather otlolatod, und ni
punctual as tho tide on tho sea-shore, took tho
bench In hts usual busliicss-llko stylo. Tho
room showed a derided absenco of tho Zulu
and tho Chineso element. In other words It
wan a poor congregation. John Komp was
charged ror maintaining a nuisance by keeping
a hog inn lion, said pen being dirty and offen
sive. Evldenco snemed ta nnnttlri iml il... ,.,,..
was dismissed. James MoMurniy, choking ono
Claudo Duval, ilnsd $50. A. Flollo, breaking a
Dougherty, drunk, lined $5. It. Christinas,
drunk und asleep, lined $5.
MoArthur Assaults Ills Mistress, is Fined
850 uud Loses Ills Post.
Mr. J. MoArthur. Sunorlntendnnr. of l.ttn
Carriers in tho Postolllce, was arreted last
niifiit lor uria t toinpi to murder tho notorious
Claudo Duval, at "101. It umi iimi
thur sustained lutlmato relations with tho
woman and wus Jealous of her. In a drunken
Irouk ho assaulted her, und would hnvo mur
dered her U ho had not huvo boon provented.
Uils morning ho was brought bcroro lie
corder Cullaghan, nnd tho caso being proved,
hu was ilnod $50.
Postmnstor Nowoomb informed lilm that In
upnscqueuca iof this mutter ho had dlsmlssod
The Medical Association Huto an Kxclted
Meeting Over a Delicate Question. I
Thore wns trouble last nlirht ninnm- il.n ,in '
tor in tlio Medical association mnpilnir nil I
ovcrn question of etiquette, which aroso In
too cano ot tlio Ciiwley murder. It soems that
Dr. Hortr was the family physician to Mrs.
Cawloy, hut whonsho was found diinir from
wns called. He considered tlio case hopolesa
nnd did nothing for tho poor old lady. Dr.
Adolph Heiir wus font forsome tlmo lator, und
Ilndlng that, ulthough Dr. Terrell had been
callod, lie had dono nothing for her, ho pro
ceodod to acmlnletor tho usual remedies. Dr.
Terrell resented this as n breach of profes
sional etiquette, and tho tnnttcr was brought
beforo tho Medical association. Thorn were
some vory strong foellngs In tho partisan of
both1 gontlemon, but ultimately Dr. Herd's
conduct wns suatalnod, nnd on subsequent res
olution, tho controversy was expunged from
tho minutes of tho association.
WHAT SHOULD HlfDONK.
A Sensible View of tho Proponed Amalga
mation or the Literary Societies.
"I think," said Mr. Sam Maverick. PnnloVnt
of tho Alamo Lltorury society, to n Liuht
commissioner, "tnat mo amalgamation or tho
SOCIO tV I roliresPllt. with llin Hun Anlnnln
Literary nnd Debating society would, In my
opinion, bo n good thing, not nnlv for tho
lly Joining both soclotles they would bo Invlg.
ornicu nnu possess n good lllirary. which with
boiiio modern books nud Pcrlodlcnls,would bo a
jiisiiuciioii uuu recreaiion in mem
ber!;, nnd If placed In a central position and
nominal fee, would bo self-supporting. I trust
culminate. In the amalgamation of tho society,
and that tho library now lying uselessly Btored
away may be put to good use."
The Happiest Man In the Cltv.
Mr. Louis Fcst was tho happiest mau In Sun
AniouioycBicruay. Hu received n tolephono
messiigo giving tho winning numbers in tho
Louisiana State lntterv. and In nnd l,lml,i .1,..
ticket that ho held boro tho winning number
oi n snaro or the capital prize, $15,000. Ho
iMirtncr, Mr. Allen, upon his mlsfortuno of
......... .u n o,,,,,,,,, utmi which uniiiiou mm
tn Ufihiirfi In liU irnmi rnpliitui IM 1
brilliant p ans for tho future, und all went
well until ho siw tho Galveston Nows at night.
'1 lion his faeo exhibited n serious expression
anil his happiness dopartca. Tho number his
tlckot bnrodid not appear In tho list or wlnn'ng
numbers, and It subsequently transpired that
uiuwiiuiuiiuuirwasujOKuputlip on him by
snmii kind friends who knew tho number of
uisucKoi. air. rest is now vory anxious to
know who that friend Is, and whoever ho Is
the Lhiht advises him to keep secret his share
In tho lottery Joko.
PALL OF A ItUII.DING.
One Man Seriously Hurt and Throe Others
Well Shaken Hi..
It Is tho Intention of ii n.iriv t, .,,. .
livery stable on the corner of South Flores
nnu iinuniBiroom. unoy navo had tlio loeul
authorltv to oroet n Inml.i.r l,i,ll,li ... .i.
rear or tho lot for tho protection of vehicles.
me wonc was lot uy contract to a Mr. Itobln
son. The material ror construction had been
used before, and economy apparently had to
givo way to safoty. Tho skoleton or tho build
ing had been erected nnd Tour moil were
putting on tho old tin roof In glguntlo ploces,
when tho props underneath gnvo wny. They
and or courso could not withstand the muscu-
.... - ..u.iu unuiu. ilio UlOll uau
tholr facos upwards, and wero powerless to
tin bounded llko stago thunder, ami drew a
.iimMuunu, ouoil oiiui, ONI! ot 1110 11100
working on tho top, Is seriously Injured, being
lltrlii'lf hv II ftillltiir tlml..... 'el.A nil...J ii 7.
hod n good shtiklni ipnnd;sro reported ai being
Judge Turner Sentences Kx.Marshal Itu
sell to Two Years ItiiprUouiueiit.
Mr. II. I. Uoone, or tho flriu of Turletou &
Moono, made na application yestorduy ror a
now trial In tho Husscll fraud case, reciting
tho alleged orrors of the court, and having dono
tun no oommontcd, at conaldoraplo length,
upon tho various points. Ho strongly objected
to tho District Attorney's pencil notes in tho
documents handed to thn Inrv. mnrVnH
"straw;," "false." etc., which wero, ho said,
prejudicial to the intnrosU of his client. Ho
aumiucu luaisomooi 1110 accounts wero falso
nnd Inaccurate, but he contended that this was
not dono with tho kuowlcdgo or sanction of tho
Mr. Evans, for tho prosecution, replied very
forcibly to Mr. llomin. mnlnmili,, ll,.,l .!,
trial und subsequent conviction was Just nnd in
accordance wltti reason.
Mr. llooue then answnrml Mr. l'v,,i,.u,i ti,
Court ultimately deterred Its decision until this
To-day Judge Turner nverml..,! th (i,,
coutondlng that his rulings wero correct In
law. Tho defendant's counsel thou guvo notlco
that they would take tho caso to theSupromo
court on a writ or orror, uud Russell was Bon-
lencuu iu mo j cars imprisonmout. Tho prls
onor was suhseiiuoutly Julled.
From tho St. Louis Evening Chronicle
There has imt died a necro. a Havtian
who during hit life probably sipned more bill-
ot exchange and promissory notes than any
t'orille was the business man of the Emperor
" T, I who iuokcu 10 mm to raise
money. He, during the early weeks of his
sojourn in New Orleans, found it easy enough.
In those days imperial crowns, though only
gilt, were above par, and everybody held that
an emperor had only to will to do. All wsnt
well with Toussaint Lagorille until his bills of
exchange on boulouque brought back only
nrotests. Linnrillr cm, 1,1 t (Vm i..i. '
either cold or exchange for paper. Rut Sou-
to Uncle Touissaint appeals, or menaces, or
prayers from Soulououc. so Uncle Tmimmi
went to uiurets. 1 erms were easy at first
ouly 100 per cent, interest a year; but when
usurers, ton. found that 1.111 nf ..1...
brought nothing but protests, their lemu rose
jit, ttiii. io zuuu per cent, uncle
Toussaint managed by hook or by crook to
gci ?aoo,ooo to :ji. 000,000, which he sent to
Soulouque, against bills of exchange for $21,
000,000 on the imperial treasury. His Majesty
rewarded this faithful i-rvl I,., ,-.V:i.
Toussaint Lagorille, Duke de la Grande
Terre, which was the greatest title his Msjesty
bestowed. The Duke delaGrande-Terrehad
visiting cards of i8mo size engraved, and
with them and his title engraved on them he
managed to get new loans from usurers He
had, while negotiating these loans, laid by
$12,000 for himteir, which he invested in
French threes, which brought him snme $400
a year income, on which he lived. His ducal
palace was a bed chamber on the sixth story
of a house in Montmartre, and he took his
meals at a petty restaurant in Uue Leplc.
TO PLEASE THE LADIES.
Home Notrs of Current Styles nnd Fash
ion that Cannot Fall to be
Opportunities Presented In San Anton
for tho Good anil Kcouomlral Dress.
Ing of the Fair. '
admitted fact, nud Inthesadays It Is equally
......w, ,.,,,1 ,,,i ,y nn u lessen not oniy wen,
but ns cheaply ns circumstances will admit.
1o inccttheso demands Is tho aim or Messrs.
8. Mayer & Sons, and thoso who visit their
handsome storo ut the .oonior or Commcrco
nnd Isuvnrrn streets, will Uud all thut thoy ro
qulio nt prices that will suit their purses.
During tho week Messrs. S. .Mayor li Sons In
tend offering tho tol lowing articles nt such
und thoso who need them nro advised '
TO UAKR AN EAlir.V mil.
as when they uro sold thoy cannot bo dupli
cated nt anything llko tho low Ilguro at which
for ladles and children, of good quality, will bo
olferod at rrnmlO to ft) cents per pair. Theao
I.I N KM OAMIIIlia lIA.NUKEItCIIIKra,
lino quality, all puro llnon, at from B to60 cents
Which CUnnnt tin llllrxlmiiral r..,.i,l..U. r..
KICHUB ANI1 NKCKWEA1U
A beautiful assortment of ties, Ilsehus col-
patturus at lroin 3o to Mi apiece. For vurlety.
.(ui.iiij hiuj cutlllUl. UO BUipaSbCU
In I, l.nrra .....1,l. I.....l. i .1 .
a various luaoriiiicnt Is ollcrcd at do cents ou
iuu 11 iuu usiiui priccB, uuu un excellent op
portuiilty Is prcsenUid for obtaining articles if
A new lino of parasols will then bo oiiencd.
lluiso uro frosh nnd now, und In nil the admired
styles, uud will bo sold ut prices vnrjlng from
2o cents o $22. A lino brocade silk purawil will
bu oircied nt $3, whilst an extra largo twill silk
parasol will bo attainable for $3 50.
Tho Indies' underwear department is woll
stocked with goods Miiuiblo tor ull iKirsons of
any position. They draw liurtlcular attention
to chemises which uro marked 40 cents, 60
cents. ,5 cents uud $1, which cannot bo equalled
ut tho price.
nro offered nt 50 cents and upwards, and gowns
at all Imaginable prices. In corsets oxpeileuco
has taught thom '
WHATTIIK LADIES WANT,
and they havo tho brands that am sought for
nnd approved by general weur in tho Northern
cities. There is tlio
tho noted "Automntlquo," tho Dlagraphlc, tho
Ilauiboo, and tho cofebrated Wurner corseU.
I jul les should bco theso and examine their re
LINENS AND WHITE OOOI1S.
A good lino of linens nnd towcllngs can bo
secured. They tnko prldo In their ussortnient
which Is unequalled In price nud quality. All
llnon tmvols of BUperlor quality uro sold us low
us $lj per dozen. They cun lit upn household
kitchen or bar-room with theso articles nt such
u pi Ico us cannot fall to bo sutlsfuotory to tlio
Talilo cloths of nil qualities nnd pntternB, In.
c hiding tho celebrated silver-bordered Turkey
Curtnlnlngs or all kinds nnd qualities nro now
on exhibition, including lace, Nottingham,
cmbnililorcd and tuped luce curtains, uud nro
marked at low figures. Everything obtaln
oblo In a good llnon houso will bo lound
which Mossrs. S. Jlaycr & Sons offer to tho ous
tomors during tho week, but they draw uttcu
tlon to their largo and elegant stock of
Cllll.IlltKN'fl, MIS8K8 AND I.AIUM DHE8SES,
which nro of a deslrahlo chnracter. and their
toilet ami di ess sacques or ull qualltlos tinsur
piisned In their lluo at prices that will suit ull.
Ill the drcfS goods department will bo found
s k, satins, tr minings, ivhito goods; ulso hieing,
ribbons, lluslons and ruchings In prlcos nuil
.iO!!?ilm'"r,""tir0,l,!,,Y 0L.t,,ls FBtabllshinont
Bhould bo borno In mind. Tho houso Is dally
receiving now goods in all linos us tliey uppcir
In tho market This week thoy expect tlio In.
yolco of new dress goods of a very lino charac
ter, and their buyer reports that ho Is for
warding elegaut orgundlesln tho latest summer
patterns. Thoy aro
DAILY WAITING THE AlUttVAL
of tho new French Pattern hats, which will bo
BhlpiKMl to them Immediately on their nrrh-ul
from Purls. mui
InconvcrsuUon with iiLioht roporter this
morning Mr. JIuyer Informed him that tho r
buslness had oxci-cded the tlrm's most sangi Ino
expectations.- Their customers aro pleased bo-
treat ull customors with civility. Wo intend
to do ull wo can to supply tho imbllo wants in
our especial lino, and to do what we can to
GKNEItAL AND PEHSONAL.
Alma Tadema, the Portfolio says, has
"masterlv veracilv " Whu . ..fi.' .
j. ,... u cuuur ne
As the London Moi!l...!i. ,
poetry Mr. Gladstone reads Homer every
morning in bed.
The milk war In V.u, I. i.i
brisker than ever. The chalk must have got
Relatives ari nmnni .:.i..i i .. n
.. ru.imu uy rrovi
dence to rccelv and .n ,.. i
. n j rr .! ' ' "u"i man nas
tolled a lifetime to accumulate.
Great horror Is nnxicl ir i i
; , ,"i " -giaQu over
the report that criminals in New York are
Dlaced in the Tnmhs ln ii. i.-
It is aratn astertnl that in. ir..i.. .
oerlect. Vfr iM. l. I..?'. .'I ulor
of old Dan Rice's ,nZ.Zr .'
A New Irrsrv Ion il:.. j.
i . i t ' " """ trauie every
day to lay her eggs. Hie Rev, Dr. Dix'j ser
mon On thn (mnnrlfin.. l I ..., .
C i"" i(;i: lamuiei nas
had a much greater effect than the good man
Somelmdv nlsilint..1 . nii. .r , r
- ...... M j,,,c ui curncous lop
the dounhnuts on a VrrmLi ..:i...
rant counter, and they were about two-thirds
happened uiscovered what, had.