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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I No. 37.
San Antonio, Texas, Tuesday, May 15, 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
JBfafThis company from tills date will not lltiltdlo IllSUrrtHCO Oil and I'uro
UtlO for the following reasons : Insurance Oil 'Pilule Co., who claim to own
these Trade Mark brands, have not during several years past had any regular source of Oi'
supplies, but have received IiiHIirnncn OH and I'liroliuo from sources where they
could buy cheapest without rutfiird lo (llllllty. JllBliriniCO Oil is s'mply
vuy (llinllty ol Water While oil. Consumers liilVO no tfllliruil teo of its Kire
Test or purity. I'liroliuo is simply any quality of 74 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great y in purity, consumers should only buy under the proper name of 74 0 Gas
oline, and then be sure the goods arc guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
IllHlirnitCO Oil and I'liroliuo which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co., has almost entirely stopped the demand, but we wish to warn Intended purchasers we
IVlll not 10 responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully,
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIM)
East Commerce Street, adjoining1 Sunset Railroad,
I'. (). llox Telephone mi.
KKUI CONSTANTLY ON HAM)
Consisting or Framing Timber, fluxing, Fencing, Dressed Flooring, Siding, Headed Celling
ml Klntntiliiir Lumber; nlso 11 full supidy of Doors, Kusli, Minds, Mouldings Shingles, Dressed
Itoiiirli Pickets lit nil I'.ittcrtn. Plastering l.nth. Ilarhcd Wire. Mixed I'ulnts. Builders
Hardware, utid everything foiiml In u llrst-clnn lumber yunl. We are propired to furnish
special Mils to order at short notice, being connouted with one of the largest mills In the Cnlca-
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine, $25 per M.
Sau Antonio Lumber Co., A. T. llcnsloy, Manager.
If So Call on J.
Poplar Jeweler a
No. 12 Solcdad Street,
tXPCnrrles n large stock of Diamonds,
(icncrnl Mi'iuliundlM.'. If Volt want Bargains
J. H. MARQUART,
Boot & Shoe
InTO. 17 SO.X.IDDA.T3 STRTCET,
Opposite tho courthouse, Is where you can trot
Antonio lor me least money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen,
And In iiniillty nnd prices defy competition.
iu;.ii man ui'Aii uitKii titmio 01 ins own iiuiKe, which win no soiu ar iiottoni prices,
ALL KI2STDS OJT REPIRIING
Neatly and promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed, (live me ti trial.
J. II. MAU QUART, Proprietor.
Houston Street, next to Dr. Herd's residence.
Wo Intro engaged Mr. Alexander latechlcf cook
of the Monger Hotel. MKAI.S AT A I.I, HOUItS.
Fancy nnil oxtni dlshosiit short notice and In
ELEGANT PRIVATE MMXG ROOMS
OI'KN DAY AND NIOHT.
ClTY COM.KOTOIl'S Ol'l'ICi:, I
Ban Antonio, May 1-', 1883,
OWNERS OF DOGS
Aro horeby notlllod to como forward on
or boforo tho Vud of Junu uuxt mid puy lleenso
duo thereon (SO cents for each dog), In air
cordancu with the ordliianeo as amended June
r. 1H77 llou-s not Provided with license tnir
after tho above date, will t dealt with us pro
vided by law. F.C. HAUF.IBKN,
0-12-Ot City Collector.
San Antonio, Texas.
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Fire -Arms, and
call on l'.MEIt.SON.
the licit and neatest HOOT AND SIIOK In Fan
Always kcops nn hand n Inrgo stock o
Messrs. O'Connor & Hollli-nn lnivi. imnnod
their new bank In tho Merchants' Hxclianifo
onnuintf, 011 loiumorco street, and aro now
reauy to inuisaei liusmess. 1 Ills Is tno strniiK
csi iiuiiKini; urui 111 inu Piute. 1 --11-1111
How to save iiionov iaiid ilrinrs) lie tnklnu-
Turko-Uiisslau baths or Steam lluth'for your
colds, rheiimittlsiu, dumb iikuo and all skin dis
eases, win OO lOUIllI at A, .1I.IAN H,
Cornor Commerco nnd Alninn strnnls.
Also, Hot and Cold Water I lilt lis at cents
Latest Arrivals tit .luako's,
Amonir the latest urtloles Just received by
,1. .icsku .v pons, Aiiimo Bircer, uro nico cur.
tains from $1 S3 por pattern and upwards,
lieilllllllll llllliema 111 WIllllChH H1IK III ill CUIUS
1111 cleirmit assortment nf tnrclinn nml mhm
luces; lino (lortniui tablo linen Inbolswith
nuiiu-worKen rruiKCd eiiKlnir; silk irreiiiulines,
sateens, solid and lariro tlirures: liundsomo 1110.
hair suminor suits for $10; whito lawns and
bwiss uress iioous wttti embroidery to match,
and various articles ton iiiimiirnus tn im.ntlnn
Our patrons and tho public aro requested to
tun uuii uAiiiuine viicso kooub anu tret prices.
Call nnd I'rove It. '
In these days It l Important that our men
11110 youiiisBiininii no not only wen out cncapiy
iiiessim, lor inuiipiiiirci on 1 r iciiuins 1110 man
but the iiuestlon arises, how can tills tie dnuu 1
Tho answer is simple. It Is go to W'ollsou's
Mora unit ho will tit all with the best (roods
Unit money can purchase. In all cases pur
chasers nro Bttro to itpt their money's worth.
nnd In iiiuuy euros 11 ureal perccutuiro will be
saveu. itieri) is 11 very line unit oxtenslv
ktoek of iroods to select from, siiitnlile torn
styles iind all mirnosos. Uverytlilnir that men
or hoys require for wour run ho obtained ut
Wolff ou's store, and mirclnnTs will find no
1 ticttor market In which to liny the r olotli nir.
1 hoots, shoes, Imts, shirts, under IIdcu and
I aiuer necessities of a like clniractor,
Detail of the Luss Fntalled by the In
struction of the Hancock Halloing,
As reported yesterday In tho Lhiiit, the
Hancock building, in Austin, one of the largest
nd finest buildings of tho Capital, whs burned
down Sunday tnornlnir. Tho loss Is estimated
tit about $200,033. Tho following aro details of
tho loss :
llcrtram, Hrucgijerlioir & Moellor, wholomle
grocery Mrm, occupied tho entire lower Hour.
Saved nothing. Loss estimated at from 81(10,
(IU0 tn $1,UI0; SKO.OOO Insurance.
.minis v ."ponce s loss cannot ran snort of
f.H),otO. Tlielr loss Is principally of pupcis,
tlt'os, claims, records, etc.
r orster v co naiiKcrs, esiimaio mcir loss at
HUM. No Insurance.
Mr. Fonder, of Fonder .V Co.. lost nil liU
hiiuvliold furniture, which he hail stored In
thchiilldlng.all his silverware, which amounted
to overplus). Ills library was also destroyed.
UN Dcrsonal low ainouiitH to about Sl'.VI or
Wooten A: I'endexter, nttorncys-ut-hiw.
Their ollleo has been newly fitted up, and was
uiieu wnii iianiisoinu iiirniiiire, vaiuauie pa
pers, mill it liirgonttd select library, aggregating
In value about S-flW to $1,100.
unrulier uiiKirics, iiuorn-y, linn his ollleo in
the liullilluir and In It wcro tho law lilirnrv uml
and papers of tho late (Inventor K. .1. linvH.
Mr. iiiiggic 11111 no insurance nnd his los wits
very (treat In the way of the destruction of
valuable pillars. Davis" llbniry and docu
ments weru destroyed.
joiiii unwell, mwjer, tost his ontlre law
llhrarv and papers; SM'U Insiirnnee, which will
rounuir cover mu vniiiooi 11 is uookb.
A. I1. Wnnldrldeo'g loss will not exceed J.VHl!
i' i;. kuiiiiii, architect, lost all his drawings.
plans, 8)cellleatlons, etc., mid his fiirnltnro
Value not estimated.
Kggermati .V Co.'s 11 ace. known as Ptntnlllet)
saloon, destroyed. Their loss will reach SlISCO,
and Is fully covered hit insurance.
Frank Stanley, printer. lot everythltiK In his
olllcc. .oss upwards of $.10110. I nsurnneo cov
ers auotit mm tno loss.
I lie tiro commenced In tho lower llnor. Tho
iilldlmr uas the loint nrnnortv of Ihn Itmi.
John Hancock. .M. C. and Ids ncnliuw. .Mr.
9 Fleecy Malarial Itacelved In Largo
Uuaittltles and ltcnllie flood I'rlcen.
Tho eprlnif clip of wool Is the best clip ever
received lit Sun Antonio for lightness," ob
served Mr. Stephen Gould, tho courteous Sec
retary of tho Merchants' Exchange, to tho
I.KltiT commissioner. "The amount received
here Is surprising, because, owing- totho loss of
sheep durlnif tho recent storms, loss was ex
pected, but much wool has been received here
which lias iiiiucrioioro itono lu oilier markets.
A moat deal of wool lias been scut to tho com
mission men for sulo Instead of tho owners
comlmrln with tho wool, as in the old days, en
tallinir heavy expenses at hotels and otherwise.
Such owners wcro phiyrd upon considerably,
and, perhaps. In tho cud bo, d tholr wool for less
tlinu the commission mini would have inndo for
them. The wool rill.1 Is beirliinliiif to see that
tho commission sales ' o the best In tho Ionic
run. Flno wool Is in demand this year; last
year medium wool was wanted. Carpet wool
and wool In bad condition Is ncirloctod. Much
line wool lias neon sold by private treaty, but
where .the terms am known the prices have
raiiKod to cents, th" last-mentioned
price bolutr mainly for lanre shipments of lino
wool In (rood condition, which always com
mands fancy prices. One thing Is notable tills
your that lu place of sendimr wool lir wniroiis.
as In tho old time, most of the wool Is being
consigned by rail. As u result, the wool Is
arriving In better condition and tho product
ix'nuzeu quicKiy. tiiu wool growers aro eul
lhig tho Importance of this improvement In
this si stem of business."
uro Hie Major's llondsnieii and Wltat
U Tlielr Calibre.
Tho St. Louis aiobo-Detuocrat'a Des Moines
correspondent telegraphs ns follows: "The
homo of Lieutenant Wnssou, the defaulting
army l'nyiiiastnr.is at Hartford, about 20 miles
south of this city, nnd where his uged parents
reside. He was highly esteemed by all who
knew him. Whllo he was In Japan ho formed
me acituuiiiianeo 01 a tiaiigiiier ot John A.
tuiigiiiiiti, 01 unto, ami tney were married, ilu
resigned his position uiulor lh .laoanoso (Inv-
iTtiinont, eniiin homo, and applied for a posi
tion us i-ayinaster 111 me army, 110 wasa ennui
of Fred (J rant, and hud 11 strnnir friend In 1'ics-
itieni tiraiit, mm was uesirniis 01 grutirvliig
Ills ambition, but doubted tho wisdom of U'us-
son's choleo or the propriety of tho appoint
ment, litmus irieiiusinu uuaiiy yieiuca m ins
better Judgment, iind hegavo him the place;
Wasson's bondsmen nro Hon, M. A. Dashlcll,
Statu Senator; LowlsTodhuntor. n prominent
lawyer; Hdward Hull and Joel Jneoby, farm
ers, all wealthy citizens of Warren county, who
are astounded at tho disclosures made."
A telegram tioni Washington snys: ''Tho
ortler for u court tna-tlal nf I'Hvmiister .1. It.
Wtisson, to bo convened on tho lllth Instant,
has been suspended by (icncrnl Augur, I)e
nartllient Commander, hv direction nf tlm
Heerctary of War, pending further exatnlna-
tioiiusio me cxient 01 tno uoiaicailoti.
olllcer has boen detailed for tho purpose."
IT IS NOT TKUK.
Ilrewslr Cameron lias Ills Say About
ISx-Mursliul Itussell's Quarrel
Ill 11 lottcr to Jtidgu Morrill, of Galve8tonl
uatod .May D, lira, Urewstcr Cameron, Esq.,
sayBt "I see that Stlllwoll II. Hussoll and his
friends tins fellows probably who shared his
Plunder have II od tho nnbllo nrlnts wilh n
batch of arrant falsehoods to tho effect that
nis conviction was duo to a personal iitarrel
with ma. As wo never had any iiuiirrol wliat
ovcr, those dispatches only provo tlm truth of
tho old adauo that "a man whn will stent will
lie." His conviction was a noble triumph of
luwovor a band of perjurers who had con
spired together to procure his acquittal, Tho
conduct of Jutlgo Kvuns in that case alone
should command tho gratitude or all good cttl-
.ens 01 1110 western uisinct or Texas. '
For the Sake of the Good Cause.
An entertainment will bo given on Wednes
day, May III, by the Woinon'a lleuovolent asso
elation, ut tho San 1'cdro Springs park, coin
inenclng at 4 p. in. Admission 10 cents for
adults. Children under 10 years free. Muslo
by tho Ktglith Cavalry baud. Ico cream,
ttunales, enchcliides, fruits, and tho most Invit
ing roiiosuineuiH win no uorcu lor Palo there.
Tho proceeds to ho added to the bnllilltnr finut
or tho Woman's Home. Tho committee tleslro
all tho people of the laud to iio present, and
nrn sure tllttv win nun II one Ol I IIO most lie
llirhtlui ItMi.ai ut Hi season. Th,.l nl.n ,1.
sire tho assUtatico of their young lady friends
m inu wuiTO uurnig t-itu utiieriatuuient.
THE NKWa IIOILKD DOWN.
llr.t.TON. Texas. Is irolllir tn have n Inrirn not.
Tiik Deinncrntlo candidates aro log-rolllngal
ItiL'itAitt) ,V IIh'itiieii, of Augustu, (la., have
railed Tor $100,000.
tfKVK.lt At, of tho Star route lurv nrn rnnorted
ns falling In health, cauiM.il by tho long, tedious
HOUSTON Is irolllir In dlir ni-aiinl Invnimwl
Man Jacinto and IVutralo bayous, unit another
street Is to bo paved.
JUtXIK LYNCH liravalled In Ixiiilalnnu nml
(loorgln yesterday, nnd two men weru taken
out of Jail anil hanged.
TlIK Osairc Indians am lioldlinr a council mid
considering the lease to 11 land company of the
grazing lamia of the tribe.
Till'. Flirt Worth IImIii, icr.it rimnir,.,!
hand. Dr. Curry, the l'enbody agent, makes 11
little speech to the children.
M.t.1011 l'KNN, the llaptlst evangelist, has re
turned from his California trip, and Is now
"tackling" Salan at Taylor.
Anotiieii torrlhlo cyclone has visited Kansas.
A number of people killed and wounded.
L01-S estimated over 8200,000.
(ll'.oitnt: Wahiiimiton Waiiiikn, or Charles
ton, Mass., tiled yesterday, aged 10 years. Ilu
was President or the Hunker Mill Monument
society ror nearly no years.
Sl'i'iti'.MF. Utund UnIgcK'nlglitsor Honor still
at work In Uulvestou. The delegates given n
complimentary bop to-night. Tho Arkansas
editors will feast tlnto duys In (lulvcaton.
Special Correspondence San Antonio Light.
I.AitiMio, Texas, May . TI10 dullness of tho
city and the extreme heat of the weather hits
had 11 great tendency to depress news Items of
Interest. To say that business Is dull tn ovcry
department In Laredo oxeept tho tale of
lamp's beer. Is to be extrumcly charitable.
All talk of tho extension or llio Internnttonnl
undOrcat Korthvrii railroad In Mexico has
ceased nnd our only liopo for an early reaction
in trado Is based upon flattering prospects of
uiuionig wnier wuiKs uuii cny uiarKot nousc.
It Is 11 settled fact that we will have no term
or tho District court until the October term! In
tho mean tltno tho bar will suck their thumbs
for a living, and read tho ninstltuilnii unit .1 lo
co S3 the powers of the legislature to pass
.1 nngo 1.. f llairsappolntmontasoneor the
Lund Commissioners meets with tho aiiiiroha-
tiou of all parties hero. Tho Judge is
xtelislvclv and lavorablv known In Western
Texifs and currently ipialilied for tho position
The Arkansas l'ress association has eniiin nml
gone, and the necessary inco.inillonu nrn in
progress lor 1110 tcxas frcss iissocl'tlon, and It
win oe reasonituie 10 suppose, alter n visit
from theMj two ureal associations of iiuill
drivers, that Western Toxus and tho Cactus
llcnubllc will bo more extensive!- lolvcrilscl
In 11 month than It has been In tho past 100
(Jciie'al nnrdner Is rusticating In his paluco
cur 111 11. u iwiis 111111 .tiexioau ueiiot.
LX-uovenior A u. Hunt Is still In St. Louis,
HUNT CO A I. MINKS.
Tholitrgo nunntltlcs of coal now lielnir tibn
from theso mines, together with the linnrnvmt
machinery employeil in tho prosecution of tho
work, with the assurance that tho vain Is grow
ing larger and the coal suncrlor lu nonlin-
uicry siiuKi-, 1111.1 sireiigiueneu eoiiuueiico iinu
removed every siiauow or uouui as to tho suo
cess ot this great enterprise. Juhtiuk.
Ilratly l'nys the Death Penalty for the
I'liicnlx I'ark. 'Murder.
An Associated Press dispatch received
from Dublin thus records the execution 0
lirady, one ol the l'htcnix l'atk murderers
It says: Joe Brady was hanged at 8 o'clock
this morning. A vast concourse gathered out
side the prison yard. A strong force of cav
airy, infantry and police were present to pre
serve order. There was no attempt at dis
turbance, however. The morning oDcned
beautifully, but there weie showers at about
the time the execution took place, lirady
arose at G o'clock. At 6:50 Canon Kennedy,
of St. James church, and Father O'Keily ad
ministered the sacrament to the condemned
man. The three remained praying until the
arrival 01 ine nangman. lirady submitted
nuietlv while bin firm, ur-r,. h-l A
anu wanceu stowiy anu UQIUnclUni'lv to the
scaffold. The black flap indicating that the
executbn had taken place, was hoisted over
the prison at three minutes past 8 o'clock.
Almost immediately after the flag was raised a
nearse ana coacn wttn mourners were seen at
distance coming in the direction of the
prison, the police, however, interfered and
prevented the vehicle from aDnroaehinrr.
1 ngic tiau uccu reports circulating mat alter
the hanging of Brady, his friends would en
deavor to excite the people to demonstrations
by parading the empty hearse through the
city. Brady was visited by his mother last
evening. tne was heard to exclai
" Mind, Joe ; no statement." lirady
smiled and replied: " Don't be foolish." Do
you think I'm a lool." It is stated that th
mother threatened lo disown her son if h
gave the Government any information. ;
wreath of flowers was received by lirady to
which was attached a card bearing an expres
sion of grief at his late from Irishmen living
in Liverpool. Brady made no statement to
tne jii cnapiain or governor ol the prison
One of the last thlnns he did was to write 1
letter to his mother. He carried a prayer
book in his hand to the scaffold, anil was
thoroughly rrsigned and firm. His body fell
nine feet, and h's death was instantaneous,
Drady was dressed in the same clothes he
wore during his trial.
The number of persons In the crowd nut
side the lail it is estimated reached in mn
The crowd is said to have been even greater
man any 01 tnose wntcn collected when exe
cutlons were public.
When the black (lag wa seen over the jail,
the cry was raised of "Hats off," "Hats off,'
and every head was uncovered. The crowd
shortly afterwards dispersed aulcllv
1 he verdict of the Coroner's jury was that
Urady's death was caused by a rapture of the
spinai cnora. a juryman states that the Tea
tures nf the ile.nl man ur .tihitu , ..!!.
his eyes protruded, and his tongue was half
cm in iwn uetween nis teeth.
LATH TKLKOItArlllG MEWS.
Arrest of a Postal Clerk.
I'msiiURO, May 14 J. II. Hoffer, a pos
tal clerk, was arrested this altcrnoon by a
United States special detective, for annrouriat-
ing to his own use the money of the Govern
llurliil of Mrs. Grant.
Cincinnati, May 14. General Grant ar
rived this morning with the remains of his
mother, accompanied by Mrs. M.J. Creamer,
his sister, and James F. Cramer, brother-in-law.
The burial took place at the Grove
cemetery without ceremony. General Grant
and sister go to the old home, Clairmont
county, this evening, and return to New York
An Unfortunate Accident.
Jrrskv, ClTV, May 14 The wife of Uev.
R. L. Stoddard, rector of St. John's Episco
pal church of this city, was shot and killed
to-day in her home, while dusting shelves in
one of the closets. On one ol the shelves lay
a pistol. She brushed the weapon off, the
trigger struck the shelf below, the weapon
was exploded, and the ball striking her in the
side ol the head, crashed through 'the skull
and lodged in the brain.
free Indians 011 the War I'utli.
Helena, May 14. Colonel Ilges, com
manding at Kort Assinibone, has Information
that the Cree Indians are preparing for gen
eral war. Three hundred lodges under Ilig
near, i-ucxy man anu Little rine, camped
within 25 miles of Kort Walsh, are ready to
cross into Montana to revenge the loss ol
Crees in the late horse stealing raids. Ilges
has sent couriers to Fort Walsh demanding
that the British authorities take steps to pre
vent the Indians Irom crossing the line. Ilges
ininxs ine ursi atiacK will oe made on Ureos
Ventres and Assinibone, causing a gencial
going on the war path and a loss to Northern
Laredo, May 14. Owing to so much steal
ing of stock and no protection from the State,
the citizens of Webb county have been forced
to organize a body of men to protect their cal-
Mr. Charles Wickland. a contractor on the
railroad and Well-known in your city, also
here, was foully murdered Saturday evening,
the 12th inst., beyondGarcia, as he wa pto
ceeding to his camp. It seems Mr. Wick-
lanti nan lett uarcn with money to pay his
hands, and was fired on by two men named
Mudd and Leggett. Mr. Wickland lived long
enough to tell who his assailants were. The
two murderers were arrested Sunday and
lodged in jail at Rangart.ardo. Strong threats
were made of lynching them.
We nave now a reeular nicht train poinr to
Paengeifest Formally Opened Sporting;
Dallas, May 14. The cily is gaily decor
ated and the streets are thronged wilh visitors,
not alone from every portion of the State
but from all over the South and even the East
and west. 1 o-mght the Saengerfest will be
formally inaugurated by the reception of the
choruses and a giand torchlight procession,
after which Mayor Cabell will deliver a formal
address ot welcome.
The cocking tournament opened this after.
noon, Theodore Musbaumer, of Dallas,
matching three birds against George I). Hol
land, of Kort Worth. The Dallas birds were
successful In every instance. Considerable
money changed hands. Richard K Fox, of
the Police Gazette notoriety, is expected to be
present at ths Saengerfest, and it is said will
select a site near Dallas for the mill between
Sullivan and Slade.
One of the two daily trains over the Santa
Ke has been discontinued, and just at this
time is the cause of no little comment. The
officers of the road are not communicative.
To the Colored Citizens uf San A lit Ohio.
KlV AM1-.,UW, 'l'.,vo i.... IK ., '
lmvl"g been n cnll for u convention to meet at
Austin, July 10. lm, to take Into conslderstlon
the inorsl, social uml educational Interests ot
...ovu.utv.. .i.,.iuji "m.raiiuui iuxhs, inere-
....v, .um.ij ...u oni itu citizens oi una
enmity deem It propor tooleet delegates there
to, we, the undersigned, Issue 11 call lor n mass
meeting to beheld III tho city of Sun Antonio,
at tho itecorder's court room, on the 22d Inst.,
It Is to be hoped that all colored citizens who
can will attend.
sinned 0. H. Johnson,
II. C. Smith,
J. It. Davis,
w. w. (IllIMES,
II. Lewis, and othors.
"Solomon lu nil Ills fllorv"
Never wag ublo to get such a handsome suit
for J 10 as is sold by J. Josko Si Sous, Alamo
tl'lllcrand engine, lfMiorso power, used about
further Information apply to O. Sehlebol. tc't
After Long; Trial
Wo find that tho Continental Ink and mucilage
gives general Batlsructlon. Novei.had 11 com.
plaint. Jiverythlng In stationery Dim at
6-"-l"i llAi.mviN'B, i7 Commerco St.
Young Man I
Shako thnt old suit nnd call on J. Josko &
Sons, Ahiiuo street, and havo them lit, vim out
In one of those handsome $10 suits. You oaii
also get 11 nice straw hat, shirt mid neektlo to
Lost or stolen.
A light-gray horse, ub ut H hands high,
branded on tho lo'thlp with 11 dltiiuoiid Vlth a
bar under It, and about 10 j vara of ago. Finder
will please return 10 Simon lVst'i store 011
South Flore, street and recelvo rowitnlT
If You ure Surrorlug
From torpidity of tho llvoror constipation of
V S ti.'a 11 boU,.u i'tlilne. Dr.
loblii s great liver iiimliclne. Every botlul
s guaranteed to you. and your money refundeil
If 011 are not witlslled.
For wile hi Covin's dru, .tore, und by C.