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The San Antonio Light.
San Antonio, Texas, Tuesday, May 29, 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
BQyThii company from this date will not haildlo InsurailCO Oil and Puro
llno for the following reasons : Insurance Oil Tank Co., who claim to own
these Trade Mark brands, have not during several years past had any regular source of Oil
supplies, but have received Insurance) Oil and Purollno from sources where they
could buy cheapest without regard to quality. Insurance Oil is simply
any quality of Water White oil. Consumers have no guarantee of its Fire
Test or purity, l'urolino is simply any quality of 74 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great y In purity, consumers should only buy under the proper name of 71 9 Gas
oline, and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
Insurance Oil and Purollno which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co., has almost entirely stopped the demand, but we wish to warn intended purchasers we
Will not be responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully,
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
11 morn 1 .mumm 1 1
oj 1 viu l 1 mxrivi dl 1 1
IN ANY QUANTITY1, AT
ED. STEVES & SCHISTS'
Yards at International and Great Northern Railroad Depot, nnd Galveston, Harrisburg and
San Antonio railroad track, East Commcrco Street.
The best grades always on hand. Also, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Mouldings, Shingles, Fencing, Barbed Wire, Fence Posts,
Newels, Stair Rails and Ballusters. Our lumber is of the finest
quality and unexcelled. We would invite the public to ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere. Ed Steves & Sons.
HIRE ME A HALL!
I want to toll about tho ItOSS DAIIQAINS to bo had at
.iU I-SLECKT dfe GO'S,
CSyElegant Drees Gingham at 7H 10 and 12 cents.
tS-Lnngtry Dress Lawns at 5 cents per yard.
t2ffLonsdale Illcaclicd Domestic, yard wide, 9o.
FOREST MILL DLEACIIED DOMESTIC ?"l,g
J. H. MARQUART,
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
ISTO. 17 SOLBDAD STEEET,
Opposlto tho courthouso, Is whero you can got tho best and ne.itcflt 110 OX AND SHOE la Sun
Antouio ior mo leust money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen,
And In quality nnd prices defy competition. Always koep3 on hand a largo stock
KKADY MANUFACTURED GOODS or Ills own make, which will bo sold at bottom prices.
AX.TL KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly dono and satisfaction guurnntcod. aivo mo a trial.
J. H. MAJR QUART, Proprietor.
CARTER & MULLALY,
Funerals Furnliliod With Every Requisite
Special attention given to forwarding bodies
to all parts of tho United States. Eff-Tolephono
connoctlon. 0lls attondrwi day and night.
Machinery, engine and bollar for a much
noeded business In this city. I'rlco $2000.
Flno liquor euloun, good location.
Hoarding houses, us low us at $250, and
oomploto In ovory respect.
Hotels In city and country for sulo by
W. K. Hilton, 203 West Houston St.
-Now spring clothing and hats Just in.
I' AN COAST & SON,
Houston Street, noxt to Dr. Herd's residence,
Wo havo engaged Mr. Alexnndorlate chief cook
ortiio.iiengcrtiotfi. meals at alijIiouhs,
Fancy nnu extra uistiesut snort notice and
ELEGANT MUTATE DINING ltOOMS
OPEN DAY AND NIOIIT.
Imported wines, liquors aud cigars always
"QIFF" AT LAREDO,
Gateway to Old Mexloo Items for
Laredo Is tho county scat of Webb, ono of
0 wealthy stock counties of the Southwest,
bordering on tho ltlo Qrando, situated 151
lies southwest of Bun Antonio, and 102 miles
west of Corpus Christ). It has a population of
$9000 people, a handsomo $0,0l brick court
house, nnd $20,000 brick jail ; n $10,000 bank
building, occupied by Milmo's National bank,
Unltod States custom houso and the I'ostonicu;
ono Ico machine, capacity thrcotons per day.
an organized gas company with contract closed
with tho city at $23 per lump per year ; organ
ized Street Hallway and Ilrldgo company to
connect with Laredo. Mexico, with a capital
stock or $uou,uou, all suusenuou ror, nnu suc
cess guaranteed ; 0110 spring mattress manu
factory; contract let nnu monoy proviucu ior
11 Imnilsnmn S2.1.M10 lirlck market house : has
thrco ward schools, four prlvato schools, 11 con
vent scnooi ior gins, a 1,111110110 scnooi ior
toys, $1000 school funds on hand, and receives
SW00 nnnually from tho Statu school fund.
rno uninoiic, iTcsuytorian, iiaptist, .muiiio
llst. Hnlscotml. and oven colored Methodist.
have substnutial church buildings, with sup
porting congregations for rogular weakly
It lias nro-an zntlnnsnr Masons. Odd rollows
nnd Knights of Honor. Laredo Is ditlerciit
from other Texas towns; It lovlcs no tax for
municipal expenses, as its revetiuo from real
tirnncrir ami n ierrv nrivueiro loots un nn
nuully over $15,000. It has 124 business houses,
carrying a stock or J-'.oou.uw. its nationui
bank has a cnnltal of 8160.000. It has 11 law
yers and tlvo doctors. It has tho bcnellts of a
two-cotiitmny Uovcrnmcnt post. Fort Mcln
tosh, which now quarters three companies, one
cucu or cavairy. iniantry nnu nriiucry. 11s
enterprising citizens havo already secured
charters for water works, eloctrlo light nnd a
telephone exchange 10 connect witu ijircoo,
Mexico. At present tho witter supply for tho
town Is hauled In barrel carts from the river.
However, crood water can bo had bv wells at a
depth of from 30 to 60 feet. All Improvements
iro or a sunsiaunni cnaracicr. fino two aim
liree stnrr brick business houses and one nnd
two s tor v brick residences. It Is the railroad
centre of tho Southwest, and Is hound to bo
0110 of tho most important cities of Texas In a
FIVE ItAlLItOADiJ AND MOI1E COMING.
It is now tho Southern terminus of the
International nnd Oroat Northern, tho
western terminus of tho Texas Mexican,
tho Northern terminus of tho Moxlcan, Orien
tal, Iutor-Oclaula and International railway,
or tho continuation of Mr. Jay Gould's sys
tem, throuirh tho Hepiibl'c of Mexico, to its
capital. Snino 25 miles of this road Is now
graded, anu 1a inues or irncK iiuusoutn 01 now
Laredo, and numorous reports aro alloat that
actlvo work will soon bo inaugurated.
Tho Northern terminus or tho Falmor-sulll-van
system of Narrow guaga railway now
being built throughout tho Itepublio of Mex
ico, known as tho Mexican National, with
headquarters hero, occupying extensive and
substantial buildings. Tho headquartors and
prosont southern terminus or OovernorA. u.
Hunt's ltlo Grande and Tocos railway, which
bus already developed coal mines within 28
miles of this town, thnt'guarunte Laredo a city
of vast Importance and magnltudo Inside of
the next llyo yeaia; nnd us these coal mines
now taKe mint as tuo most important
Industry being developed on our frontier.
1 again givo a inscription or mem,
with the following addition: The Ilohniulans
visited tho coal mines on Sundav. the 21st. and
on Tuesday, tho 23d, tho workmen cut tho third
vein or coal at a ucptn 01 -i.J reel
A FIVE-TOOT VEIN
of clean, clear cokclng coal, equal tonny In tho
United States This discovery does settle It.
and If Governor Hunt is not entitled to a grand
financial suoccss, tboro is no man In Texas
IThe followlnir descrlntlon republished bv
SANTO TO MAS MINES,
situated nt tho D'esent terminus of the ratl-
roau, oniy ruu yarns iroin 1110 wo uninuo. tuo
main entrance to this mlno Is on the face of a
little foot hill, back from (and fronting) tho
river, about 300 yards, and some 600 feet above
tho railroad track. From this opening runs a
tram-way to tho banks of the river with trestle
wont, scales, uumps, screons ana ovory im
proved convenience for tho handling: of coal.
tiullt over the railroad track. All waste- from
the mine is run to tho end of the tram-way
and dumped Into the river with a fall of 7.1
reet. rue main entrance or tunnel is 6syt
feet, nt present 893 feet lontr. with 20 rooms
opened up, from which they aro now taking
coal. At 600 and TOO feet In thov havo two
"crass centres" or cross tunnels, In 800 feet
eaon, rorwnattney can "long wnu work,' on
each of which 100 minors can work. The vein
In this m no is only 22 Inches, but of lino anal
lty; from It they tiro taking from 10 to 60 tons
pur day, and with full force, cau liicrouso It to
TUB HUNT WINE
is also opened on tho fuco of a foot hill front
lug tho river and is reached by spur from tho
main track. It Is developed by two pavo gang
ways or luuncis eucu iw leoc long, witu iv
moms and air shaft, nil well timbered, and
train-ways comnloto for worklmr to ovcrv ad-
vantago. Oru taken from this mlno 30 tons
per day, which can be Increased to 60 when
THE NEW SHAFT.
This mine as vet li tint nnmnd. nnd for eon
venienco sako I will call It tho Hlnck Diamond
mine, heeauso Its contents to Western Texas
aro worm rar moro tuan matnonus. this 1111110
Is six miles Boutn of the Santo Tomas. reached
bv a switch from tho main track. Ithnsn sub
stantial timbered shaft 10x21 feet, divided into
tnroo compartments, ono ror wuter, steam and
air pipes, and two for cages and olovators. At
a depth of 103 foot In tho shaft they out tho 2J
inch vein, on which tho other two mines aro
opened. And at 117 feot -readied last Friday
thov cut thn lllnek Tlliininnil for Wnatnrn
Texas, a 12-lpch vein of clear, clean cokolng
coai. uvoriaying eacn or tuo veins in this
shaft Is a vein of II ret class tiro clay, which will
prove of great vuluo in the development of
smelting enterprises on this frontier. From
nil appearances and investigations this coal
deposit is in tuo snape or a uasin nuout uxiu
miles squaro, and with this Idea the Itlack
Diamond has beon opened in about thn eentro
of the basin. First class, Improved machinery,
iinnicusoenglnos,water pumps, elova tors, hoist
ing machinery, boilers, cutting machinery for
cutting down tho coal In largo blocks aro
already on the ground, which will bo put in
operation as rapidly usposslblo, and It is safo
to predict that inside of six months thu llluck
Diamond will be openid up sulHcIont to fur
nish employment tor 600 miners.
has nn urea of 1600 squaro uillos, its principal
Industries bolng sheep, cattle, goats and 1 1 uut's
coal mines. Its assessed value of property, put
in at only ono.thlrd of Its actual value, foots
up $1,600,000. Tho rocords give tho county
43.'i,137 head of sheep, 01,1(11 head of gouts, 7.OS0
hoad of cattlo. 7.003 head of horses, assessed nt
$1,201,050, und It is eafo to add 11X1 per cent, to
tneeouguroain numtiors a.iu vaiuo.
Taxation SI 50 un tha $100. Lands aro ren.
derod for taxation at 23 conts per aero, and
per acre. In tho bottom lands, carrvlnir mini.
dent moisture, two crops of corn aro raised,
yielding from 30 to 60 bushels per acre.
nimiu, wmi us uovciopeu ooni noius, now
oners tinequalcd Inducements for tho estab
lishment of woolen mills, cotton mills, papor
uiiiis, ropo nnu nuro lactones ana smeitinir
ISIl'OItTANT TO STOCK MEN.
Tho followlnir circular issued from tiin Treas
ury department under dnto of May IT, to Col
lectors and ollleers of customs, will prove in
teresting reading matter to bucIi of nur stock
noya woo contcmpiato importing llvo stock
"To en title animals to admission freo of dutv.
satisfactory proof must bo mado that thoy aro
specially Imported for breeding purposes.
i ins prooi must uo mauo primarily to tuo ooi
lector ut tho port of Importation.
"Tho formal proof Is ordinarily tho produc
tion to tho Collector of the certlQcato of tho
united mates consul at tho port or shipment,
showing that the animals are, toitho best of
his information and belief, Intended for brood
ing purposes, and tho statement of tho ownor,
under oath, that the animals were pumlmscd
nbroad and Imported specially for breeding
"Tho law does not rcqu Iro that tho animals
shall bo imported solely for breeding pur
poses, but it does rcquiro that thoy shall be
specially Imported for breeding purposes, al
though thoy may bo intended nlso,
us marcs usually uro, 1'or labor,
and it Is understood to remilro
satisfactory proof that ono of the lending pur-
Iiuscs oi iuu importer is mat tuo annuals suuu
le used for breeding.
"If upon the production of the formal proof
iuu eonoeiur mis nonius, cuner irom tne cuar
ncter or condition of tho animal, the general
course of business, or from anr other circum
stance, that tho animals aro Intended for
breeding purposes, ulllrmatlvo proof should bo
required on that point. If, for Instance, mares
nro Imported for tho purpose of work on a
horso-rallway, or heifers, cows, or ewes uro Im
ported ior tno ptirposo or siuuguter, although
they aro in no proper sense specially Imported
for breeding purposes nnd uro not exempt
"In all cases whore Collectors aro not satis
fled, upon tho proof presented, duties should
bo imposed. The burden of proof is upon the
Importer, and when the evidence Is nut satis
factory duties should bo imposed, leaving tho
parties to their rcr&edy by appeal to the de-
'The lions Picnic."
Last Sunday morning nt 7:30 a gay party of
picnickers started from tho residence of Mr.
Sturaberg, on South Floros atrcot, In thrco of
Mllburn's elegant coaches. After a ploasant
trip over hills and vallovs. with only an occa
sional exclamation. "Oh. the dustl" landed on
n ueautiiui spot on thu uanks or me sau Anto
nio river, below tho tlrst mission. After short
reoreatlon, games ami all sorts of mcrry-
maaing woro itiuuigou in, until a wauer an
nounced that dinner was ready. Tho good
things were numerous nnd tho cooking wai a
credit to the young ladles who prepared the
same. Durinir thn afternoon a shooting match
tonic place, .miss iv. sciiuoKinn carrying on tho
first prize, a china tea sot. nnd tho second
prize, a tlno lamp, was awarded to Miss L.
senuiz. rno party returned auout 7 o'clock
much elated with their day s frolic. Tho nlo
stuuiborg, j . I'etrlcli, 1'. s. Jones and Charles
Dcgon for valuable servlcos in making tho
affair a succoss. Among tho persons present
wcro : Misses Linn nnd Emma Stumborg, Miss
itunter, -miss unx, irom iiiiutsviiio, .Misses
Frochei, wen, is. uerr, n. uegen, H. stalfel, U.
uauennaucr, 11. vunueruooveii, m. ccuruiner,
It. Schllekum. L. Schtilz. Mr. L. Stumberg, J
I'etrlcli. 11. Schultcss. W. Maves. of Now Or.
leans, Charles Uraebuer, C. Dcgen, II. Michel
u. itiuencn, . uerr and many oinors.
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors nnd
from Various Other Sonroes.
Colonol Wadsworth left for Saratoga Snrlno-s
Colonel F. Garcia, of I'ledras Ncgras, Is at tho
Mr. C. Wentworth, u well-known stockman.
of Wilson, is nt tho Vanco hotel
J. A. Boswcll, an official of tho Pullman
palaco car system, is also nt mo llord,
Mr. A. W. Lee, a prominent capitalist, ntQal
veston, is niso stopping nt the Maverick.
Mr. R. Kaufman, a prominent capitalist, of
juomie, via., is registered at tue .MavoricK,
Mr. K. T. Cahlll, representing the large stov
manuractory or Miiinoy, in., is nt tho ilord,
D. J. Mollrlde, a large contractor on tho
Mexican Central, has taken up his abodo at tho
Mr. Amos Mlllor. a well-known banker, of
Philadelphia, accompanied by his wlfe.aro rcg-
i&iorvu ui inu iiuru.
Mr. M. It. Hoxle, Stiporlntondent of tho stock
intorest or tno international anil Urcat North'
ern railroad, is at llord s.
Mr. H. T. Wontworth. Sunorlntendent of thn
Mississippi Transportation company, from East
oi. i.ouis, wiiu uis wne, nro staying at tno
Mr. Van Itaub, u prominent stockman from
i no celebrated uon uanos runcbo, is in town,
Tho Don Carlos rancho is one or the row Shot
laud pony nineties in tno country.
At the Monitor nro Dr. It. H. Harrison. Dr. J
A. Kerris, Dr. Knox, F. W. Flato (alter whom
tno town or natonia lsn imed), j.u. Merchant
khivdbiuii, j, t . .iuiiub, iuuiuruui, wanauu: J.
C. Washburn, Galvoston, Harrisburg and Sun
Antonio raiuoan; r. iiuupt mover, ut. l.ouls; j
M. Ilurgess, Now York; II. Q. Malnwarlng. Oat
veston; F. O. George, Houston; Joseph Hall
At tho Vanco aro J. W. Ilrownc, Dally Post,
Houston; K. ti. llartlott. Houston: J. S. and
Mrs. Goldsmith. Now Orleans: W. Helfiier.
Iloornc; G. N. Ames, Vorktown; Dr. C. A. Moss
nnd wife, LaGrange; K. 11. C. Paxton, Pocos; C.
vontwonn, wnson county; Joe wins, uaives-
ion; jiyron van riauu, uon uarios ranens; w,
.naoy, jew iorit; u. u. wems, l.ouisia
Scolleld, W. II. E, llrookos, Kaglo Pass.
At tho Maverick aro II. Vim Seenlinri-. V
lorn; i..ujunts, xxow iora; j. it. uocnoue,
tionzaies; jurs. nvorott. Fort llend; I. u. Slur
phy, Dallas; M. (liunard. Galveston: II. C
Dunn, Dallas; G. Udwards, Chill; Andres
f rontier, uspuiin: is. lvaullmanu and wife,
F. Garcia, 1' led ran Ncgras; L. Slebe'nliauor, Sail
rrancisco; p. nnous, at. i.ouis; u. A. Wblto,
At tho Hord are S. G. Duncan, Kansas City
J. F. ltohlnson, llraokott; II. 0. itluhards, ICer.
viuuj irs. iium mcnarus, jvorviue; j. ii
Abrams. Uvalde: H. J. Cahlll. Oulnov. ill
Paris L. de Ferrari, Laredo; II. N. Morrow,
Mason; w. n. Wallace, lioerno; A. II. Nlchol'
son. lloorno: M. It. Hoxle. Tavlor: W. V. Ma
Clure, Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio
miiroaui v. oiucaet, jiroiiuam; A. J. i.ecies
ton, South llend; Amos and Mrs. Ulller, l'hila
ueiiuiia; jhiuch i niiersou, ivimDio county;
well, Laredo: Henry F. Wentwortn and wife
Kast St. Louis. 111.: N. Horner. Lancaster. Pn.
Fmnk Pcursall, Forth Worth; D. J. Mollrldo,
nro held at a soiling valua of from SO ocuta to $3 Kl Paso; J, II, Ilursll, Jr., Uoohester, N. Y,
A CHILD KIDNAPPED.
And n Justice of the Peace Hefnses to Issue
Kstncraldn Vcllz mado a complaint yester
day to Justlco Adam against Pablo Leo, a
Moxlcan, for kidnapping her child, ngod one
and a bnlf year old. Pablo Loo Is a married
man, residing on the other side of tho San
eurocrcoif, nnu istno rathor or tho child of
'litch the mother, thn cnmnlalnnnt.U thn Inur-
tul custodian. Justlco Adam declined to Issue
nn allldavlt, simply becauso thn woman could
not say where tho man oould bo found. Offi
cer Martinez contends that tho man is a dos
pernte man nnd thnt as an attempt to arrest
may entnll a serious difficulty ho should hare
h warrant, lorapiaim nns now occn ruauoto
District Attorney Cocke.
ileal Estate Transfers.
The following tranfers havo been filed In the
County Clerk's olllco ;
L. W. Nichols to Joseph Smith, 80 acres, bo
lng one-half of tho A. S. Cunningham survey,
..v,. ... ,, uiiMicm in mi; i oiu aho, in con
sideration of 5 HO.
Altinniln.l ni,,nnllllntll.1...1 tl r.....
lot No. 3tlii block No. 8 out of tho original
subdivision of city lot No. 138, situated west of
the Sun Pedro, $17.
jcsua l.scunern de Castillo Joined by her hus
band, Rafael Castillo, to Joseph 12. Dwycr. lot
No. 1(, range 6, district 0. on Loon creek. $100.
Walter S. Pleasants and his wlfo Mnry Pleas
nnts. to Horace Grace, lot known as No. 7, in
loeniio. .i, in mo western part or the city,
Ma in I ml It Tnmn. C.n.l. T. I.I.
to Joseph Smith, ono aero of tho Samuel II!
Tomas B'-acre pro-emption In llcxar county.
thu HOllth sldo of thn Medina river, tn mil
southwest of the city or San Antonio.
TELEOItAl'UIO NEWS 1IOILED DOWN.
built nt Helton.
Pnvatnm rnimli- fa t,n Imiu .. .
houso and jail.
The Hccorder nt Fort Worth Is reaping tines
from the women of ill famo.
Tint! rrtaMnnnn nf InuinV, T lnl.1. . m..l
burned Sunday night. Loss $5000. '
Coixinei, IliuciCENitiDOK. of this city, has
bought n sheep rancho near Lampussas.
The Oould railway system Is to build a rail
road hospital at Fort worth to cost $76,000.
A weekly newspaper called tho Apache
Ilocket, has mado its uppenranoo ta Fort Davis.
A pitched battle took place botween the
Irish and Italians In Now York yosterday.
Cincinnati, O., Mny 28.-Mrs. Il. M. Bishop,
Ifo of ex-Govemor M. illshop, dlod at 3:30
'clock this morning trom pneumonia.
Inns and soldiers In a tavern yesterday nt Wulh.
ring, a suburb of Vienna, 40 porsons wore seri
PAitta, France, May 28.-A duel with swords
was fought botweon Delplt, a writer on the
. . . ,""'l'ou uaunoi u nun-Known nov-
ellst. The former was slightly wounded.
niu uuorjiiiy is to bo celebrated at Hous
tm with a grand fostlvnl called tho Swablan
Volksfest. Tho Light Guards returnod homo
to-duy and woro givon a reccptloif by tho clt-
111VTH! (1 Vn.m HI,. ...I,
son county mines lias'endod by ngrooment.the
operators to pay five cents above the Hooking
Valley mills. Minors who havo beon unom"
Havana, uutia, .May 28.-Sevoral papers intl-
mcnt of tux collection. Officials In charge of
. i ir i iimiuu, IIUVU BllUSlUU-
tcd false i for genuine roceipW to tho amount
of over 1,000,000.
F'iIIL!lJ!,I!,a'",A.' 1,a-?'yL23.-Counsl for
Michael Clcary, tho pugilist, has tiled u bill of
: 1 ,,;, ;rnAii.u; irx":????-iayor
.....n . ...uii.v.iuui. iiungiu ior pro
venting the spurring exhibition botween
i-rwvf'i "unouu. bleary claims
Chioaoo, 111., May28.-Irish Land leaguers
of tho city reorganized to-nlgbt us branches of
... ...... wiim ivuguu in America. AIOX.
Sullivan, Presldont of tho National league,
I11"'" "juuuoki nnu auurosseu tnom,
congratulating tho members on bocomlng
component parts of tho general movement.
Chicago, lll.,lMny 28.-At:,i late hour Friday
night a policeman discovered a man wandor-
dentlyoutorhls mind saying he was bolng
pursued by headlights of locomotives, and
that his enoralos woro trying to got hlra run
... . . "0.. S" . "V"!na no turns
out to bo Stato Senator Hsh, of Marshall
City or Mexico, May28.-The OlUolal Jour
nal nubllshcs tho contract between tho Moxl-
jauuuiciuiuu ii iiiujuy uouiu nnu uenoral
Grant, consolidating the Mexioan Oriental and
Southorn. formerly without subvention, wlU
forfeiture clauso modules tho Intorest of tha
dmninn III f on .1 I .
cuiju Bpcciui says:
A day or two ago the Hock Island rond began
n war on pnssongor rates by making the faro
$j to Missouri river points. Yosterday tho
iiuriiuBiuu mei, mis siusn uy announcing tlrst
class ruto to Council IUurfs, St. Joe, Atclilson
and Kansas City at 60 conts. Tho Itock Island
met this with a llko rato to these poinU and
Council llluffs. It Is rumored that a, 10 cout
rate will bo mado within a few days.
London, England, May 28. The Times' cor
respondent at Paris says: Tho country is
thoroughly aroused noneomln.r tl,n 'r,,i
.tf,vu....v ... i .un Duisj iuu country is
thoroughly aroused concerning tho Toniiuln
troublos. It is felt that the time for relleotlou
. ,, ,,,, tuinoo iur urauoo is to
aot v gprously nnd abovo all things swiftly.
The latest from China Is that 0000 troops.
urrlvcd at tho Tonquln frontier. Tho feeling
throughout China Is intensely hostllo to tho
Rt. I.ima. tav94 A .ll.nnii.
geo. Indian Territory, says negroes in tho
againt tho recent notion of tho Chorokoe Coun-
mn. i r .i n r" umo"nt or
montfor lauds shall bo distributed onlyTo
groes in the Nation' who olalin tho same right
send It to the Soorotury or tho Intorlor. n
Milwaukee. May 28.-Phaibo Cousins, n lady
Uwyer of St. Louis, to-day began suit through
her ntttoruoy hero against John G. SchaororVa
prominent society man. Tor S1000 fees olloged
to bo due her for services In settling a breaoh
of promise suit brought last year hyIarthu H.
Prosoott, of lloston, against Schaofor. Judgo
Mol ory has airain arraigned Kato Kane for
contempt, the offense bolng that she oried out
in open court that ho uocoptod brlbos whoa
Bhe was beiug borno out by oluoor. ut tho time,
a ho throw watpr in hit faoo. Tho case was coiw
tlnuod for further hoariug.
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