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Dengue Fever Foiled
'Red Cross' Whiskey
OUAHANTEED. USE IT I
Harry Baura's Whiskey
Harry Baum & Co
Volume V. Number 265.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1885.
Only $5 aYear.
The San An
.1 lint llccclved: The largest and tlnest selected atock of Hoys ntul
GEfiTS gCLQf HIHGb
Wc deslro also cull spcclnl nttcntlon. Hint wo curry the moat elegnnt stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our I.iullri iln'M goods ilcpnrtment every vnrlety of thn latest style nml
pntcrns enn be ind. An Inspection la niked by our lady oiutoniers.
Mala and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Cotm-nlcnt to ImrineM center, with licit ncconimol(itioiip. 0-4-1 J
J. H. MARQUART,
-PHOrRIKTOK OF THK
OOT ai SHOE
No. I 7 Soledad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
V ?Ji,lMI stock of CiMnm wnrkloiclcct fiiiii,ciinltliiicottlicriiicst nnd lnriri't
slock of PtilOOIrUOV UIHMW AMI llAITKItH ever aeon 111 tills market, nml II will lie of 111
Icrcst for lm)s nml juullis to sec mo. lliiiul-iiinilo CAt.HL,AlT. AN1I IILTTIINI KIIOIM AMI
(I.MTKHS, HAI.MOHAI. (LACK AMI MUTTON) (lAlTim, (III. 1IIAIN (bleu im.l button!.
Kino sewed work il specialty In all brunches. A Que lut orhllKC-slzc bouts Tor liicll. lo he sut.l
nt rnliiml rales. These inmla must lm fo il to If iliprtiiiilcl.
What Manager Ernest lliache and
tho Tumor Hall is Doing.
Local Theatrical Matter! How to Un
clreit Gracefully-Mary An
derion'a Legs, Etc.
The "World" will lie presented nt
Turner Unit on tlin lllli mid l'Jih. This
production wlltcoinprlse all the original
and startling stngo flt'ecls tho drpnrt
lire, the-slnklng 'hip, ratt, the liinntlo
asylum nnd the lintel nil requiring ine
chanlcnl nld. For the adequate repre
sentation of this line ilrnmn, two tinge
enrpentcra will he busily engaged next
week tnnklnK Hie requisite nllernlloi 1
on the atuge. .Mr. ). I.. Utile will sua
tnln the lending role.
Professor Harbour, organist of San
Fernnndo Cnlhedrnl, Inst Sunday re
duced n grand mass In C major, hla own
coinpoiltlon. The work la n incrltorioi a
one, lint thu composer plnglailr.es Umii.i d
Tin-Pan Fields, the miitiliniUtor of
tniiihourlnca nnd tin pnna, la Iiillllliiig mi
ngagcmelll al lliu rasuinti. ue oxiiiuna
linirveioiia nexiuiiiiy 01 wnsis mm
nkles. nnd U well worth n vlsli. I lo
orentcd quite furore nt Nlblo'a Gnnleii
.sew iora u snort nine iigoiiiuie
me net he dnea nightly nt Hie fashion.
Miss Mary Anderson says her home, la
III Kentucky. 'Ihla will illspUMesi
ounirmen of the Idea Hist ber Home la
leaven, and Hint ahe la Just niloiirilng
on the earth on h hrlef visit.
Miss Kiiinm Ahholt will onee more
have the opportunity to stnrtlu I lie pint
going puuilu wiin iter nisione msb.
CEO, H. KALTEYER,
xlamo Cement Co.,
MANUKA! TlitKIIS OK
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cements, Cement Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealors in Imported
rtr-otiico im.l w
In lliu Construction or tlin Ne
.sr. iiiuism A
nl Clillnncv Tinea. Our Cci
cqilla Street. Worka nil. I Oil
Mikado ahe will havo occasion I
vcral strong labial elfnrla.
ine nesi ining in toe .malum is emu
he the episode of the "J'lire l.iiiln
Maids from School." Iiernlded hy ti pro
ceatlon of three tchnol fchons singing
e following song:
Comes ntmlii el Utile lint,,-l-rolil
selliilll-tlo Iriilnu I rue.
i:iuii ii nine nn nrnii.i n
Wulilciliiiliitt lie ni.il.i i .in Ik .
I It hut a world id I rouble
KiutneHH fel In fiinu1'
la ita lieiltlly lull It lnltil.li'
lluulitl lo lueilk eie Innir
Are Ha imliu-ea ninl iileimiire
FlltitilU Hull tiltfe
Ami llio nl.
MiiiiIiik or ii
Kl 1)111 Mill
An. I i
f.w. McAllister & bro.
!C1, 203 AND 20S S, ALAMO ST., COB, VlLUTf,
SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS.
Wu arc Wholcmilo and ltotall Dealers In Austin
White Lime, Ilest liramli of Dark ItoBvndalo and
Impoitcd EnirtUh l'ortland Cemcntu, Plakter
Paris, ami Long Coat Hair, and would ask tou
call, or wrlto ub, for pricca before iurcliaslnK el
where, l'lcaae mention this paper.
Oysters. Fish. and. Game,
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Passongor Dopot, on Austin Street.
Constnntly on hand, a Rood supply of Kino Imported nnd Domestlo Mipion
Wlnia nnd Cigars, l'ollte nml attentive hnrkeepere, Kverythlng tlrst-clnas I
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor,
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
NO II COSIMCllCt: STHK.UT, WII.I, POSITIVW.V BKI.I. VOl'
(IjiIo wllli ltlce, Horn k Co., New Orleans, l.n.1
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Class, Etc
'Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
i sou: acicnth roil i
Coiton Plant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on Eart
New York Eimniel Taint Coinpaiiy-a Stliwl IMInta, Heat In the nfliikct.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
. -1:11.1, ' ':
lei lio i.m.l. i-l
What on enrtll the wiirlilenn U!
The lady who tnkea the iialm for 1111-
ilressliiK Kriuifully la.Mha Alfa Noriiiun,
llio Aiiiericau prima iioiiniu im uaa
hud to do It nlslilly beforo crowded nu-
dlencea In the charncter of Zrllna, Die
heroine of Anhrr'a "1'rn lilavolu"
A inle and Then voiiicl mea linru un-
dreaaed on the atnRe, but It was u fnll-
lhe men liken it. Inn women
bliHhed. Alia Noruinn w hlle, Mnlni: of
er Ioer. reniovea the pins fiom her
tnllnii liend-ilreaa and the apron nnd
then ahu Rradunlly unraatena the lnclnira
of her bodice. 'I hla cornea oil nnd la
trrncefully foliltil on the chnlr at her
aide. The wnrbllnit proceeda nnd the
band about her wnlst U undone nnd ahe
atcpa out of her aklrt full nil the world
like n yomiK lrl nt her mirror. The nu-
tlience oeKin in wonuer wiiere nu una
will enil anil pernnpa fume in ine mines
In the nud eiice beeouiu n 11 1 1 In vervima.
Hut tills la not nil. for theie la allll n
sort of Italian iindtrwnlet of white miia-
lln to remove. It tnkea aoinn time, for
there nre buttons and laclnua lo It with
out end. The audience hold their breath
until It cornea oil, but It reeaU shoul
ders anil nriua mat wouiii uiiike ine
lory of nny woman. Ilu nudieiiee
orget how rlakv 11 bii-lnexi It
ill Is and rapturourlv uniilniid
tho achievement when they reolire how
sweetly It hus nil been done.
Several theatrical coiiipnnlei hnve
oancelled nil their dales In 1'exaa.
owing to the oliduruuy or the rnl'roiul
companies ctmrirltiE such IiIkIi rntea and
refusing tu lower them for profeeflonal
anil theatrical travel. As they must
run their trains nnjlmw. It seeing an
what of a "ilOK-lii-lhu-niiilier" spirit
Jay uouiil anil ma aaieiuiea iieveiop.
Theatrical mnn.iiremeiit Is br
means a bed of roues, Ask .Manager
ltlache about that &.iKI license, and net
his opinion on the subject; It Is worth
Theatrical .Mnnniter (wIiomi audlenci
eiiddenlr left lilm on the opening uluht
1 linconvuie, wnere lie preaeineu
iiamiei," wiiii lion Aipeggio sievan
ovlch. the creat Western success In tin
title role): "What was the mailer? Did
vou not like the act til!?
uouniry unuc: -uu: ine nciing wns
an very wen, ami (tie scenery wns wot
you mny cnll gorltis. but when
chump In the yellow pants got oil' Unit
cnestnut nnoiii 'to ue, or not to be,
concluded lou could palm oil' no morn
o' tnem seconii-iitiuiieii plays on us, nn
so we Jes' got up nn' got."
People who have not been on the
stage cannot Imagine what agony It Is to
Keen irom iiiiiguing. ine itsuni way
with actors Is to put a small wooden
button In the month and bile down on It
every time the Impulse to hutch makes
Itself felt. Home grit their ttelh or
crlnze their toes, llugbey DoiiKherty
the fnmous minstrel, who wns here last
with llnrlow & Wilson's minstrels for n
long time rt sorted to the practice o!
EUCKmg 11 pin ui ma inigii.
Speaking of Mary Andersnn'a beaux
current illustrations or Her as itosall
Indicate that her legs have that ten
To-night the Lone Star Minstrels give
ineir inuiai perioriuance at I'lerruni
Hall across the ban 1'edro creek.
The Washington variety show glv
extra attractions this evening.
Amusements for the coming week a
ber 11 and
Friday, November la, Wnltlok's Ilnn
dlt King Company.
Sunday and Monday,NovemberlS anil
10, Ford's Mikado Opera Company.
Sunset Hose Company. I
The regular meeting of the Hunset j
Hose Company will take plnco next I
Wednesday, November 11. A full at
tendance of members requested. 11-0-21
The only cigarettes which do not
. stlok to the lips are Opera l'uUs I f
Advertising Seh.mers Arretted - Burglaries-District
Mltnr Han Anlnnln t.lnlil:
Arari.s, Novemlier 0. Two swindlers
I wliu aipear lo tie traveling under vari
ous aliases, were nrieated here Ihla
mornliiir hv f?crsennt of I'ollce John
I Chelinevllle. They hae been in the
city for several daya getting up an nil-
rilling scheme for hotel and board
ing houaea. Veaterdny they secured
n Itocckinnn to do sunie printing
for them, and after tailing to "alnnd him
II" for payment, the) gnve him an
rder on n Jeweler hero for .Mr. Von
loeekinnti took Hie order nnd delivered
the work lo the two men, ami Ihla morn
ing when lie presentid Hie order to the
Jeweler for payment ho was informed
Hint It had already been paid, the
gentleman Iheu teturned up the street.
met Hie pnrtlea In question nud naked
them to settle, 'I hla they refused to do,
nnd hence their nrrest.
Iliirirlnrlea on n emnll scale were In
order here Uat night. The reaidenee of
Colonel Shnnd wn entered, Ida clolliea
were tnkeii out III the yard nnd pockets
emptied of all contents. The thleiea
failed In see a valuable gold watcli that
lay on the mantel In the very room they
The (.'arsiiian Hoiiac, nhnardlng hoimo
on West Pecan atreet, was nUo entered
by thieves, nnd several articles of cloth
ing were carried oil. '1 heae articles
were autiaeiiif nlly found In an ailjuln
ingynrd nt Hie door of n houae occupied
by n negro nnmeil Harrison Trent. The
latter has been nrreated.
The District Court la now fairly under
wnv Willi I lie trlnl of Tom Pennon, for
the murder of Dr. btowill last aiiinmcr.
It will occupy the court for several daya.
The dengue fever, which aeemeil to
have Inki'ii lull poseaslon of the l.unntlc
Asylum some time ago, Is now subsid
ing and wl.l soon he a thing of the
past. In the oily there are now very
few cnaes of It to be rei orded
A great number of hogs nre dnlly be
ing brought to Amtln fur slaughter.
Judge Von Itotenbtirg la n enndlilnto
There wna a meeting of the Travis
Couiit .Medical Association lat night,
and llio nllenilani e was large, nr. l . 1..
Ilanlell, edltur of Danlell'a Texns Med
ical Journal, is President of Hie Ataocln
tloii.nnd I). Stclnn is Sccretnrv. The
collnleil experience of a largo number of
practitioners present, presents a history
of dengue altogether unlike tho dengue
of the books, nnd shows It to be n dis
ease of in noli greater gravity than that
described by authors, nnd one which
nppronciies more nearly yellow icer in
its main fentures, Hunt the harmless dis
ease dengue Is supposed to be. Such for
lnstnuce us thu tendency to rapid disor
ganization of tho blood, hemorrhages
anil ( lit) urination or nusccsscs. ine
ubject wns thoroughly discussed, nnd
i aoio paper was reau oy nr. nun.
Inch will be published In tho Novem
r number of the Medical Journal.
No Change tin the Sltuatlon-A Confer
lit UK N. MilllllAN
i i.nli liH
Miss MOLLIE BARKY,
(IsLvntTuv. November 0. The marine
arrivals to-day were: Morgan ateamer
Lone Star, from New York; thoachooner
Belle O'Neill, from Philadelphia, and
the lurk Annie Tore), from Monte
vldlo. The Mnllory aleamshlp San Marcos
cleared for Now York this evening, anil
w 111 snll early tn-inorrow. She has only
a partial cargo. The I.smpnsas la duu
to-morrow night. It Is a strange fact,
and one that proves aggravating tu
many large shippers, that tho only
ships doing any business nt nil are the
Mallory lines and the Morgans, both em
ploying colored labor, which discharges
them Immediately as they arrive, and
loads wliatocr frleght remained at the
tinr..1.nn. nt Ilu... Il.n l.n.nll w.i
liisiigiirale.1. M.ssra. A done A, I.oblt, MISS VIRGIE JACKSON
port availing cargoes of ell cake, which
they oannot get down from Ilouatoii.
i hese gentlemen any If their merchan
dise cannot come through by to-morrow
they will order the oil cake
shipped by rail from Houston to Now
Orleans, and send their vessels around
to Hint city to tin loaded. Oilier largo
exporting homes nre considering sonic
plan for the loading of cotton, but will
await the reaull ol to-morrow's confer,
ence before ordering their steamships to
The fourth day of the great boycott
against tho Mallory Steamship Company
has closed without any startling change
In tho situation. The Houston Direct
Navigation Company brought HXI bales
of cotton down on barges to-day and
loaded tho same on the Mallorr Steam
ship San Marcos, much to tlin chaglln of
me uojcoiicrB, l lie .-.utiKuiiuii com
pany employ colored longshoremen, but
the enulneers and llremeii nre white.
nnd some of them nre Knights of Labor,
i ho Kxecutlvo Committee notified these
engineers and llreiuen lids evening that
they must bring no more merchandise
for the Mnllorv's. It Is understood
this order will be obeyed, and thus the
last avenue of trndo la closed. Four
thousand bales of compressed cotton
Is lying nt Houston awaiting .barge
transportation to thn Mallorv shins.
lloth sides are evidently playing
n game of freeze out. The strikers,
whllo presenting an unbroken front,
cannot conceal their disappointment
nt the cool manner In which the bus
iness men nnd railroads aacelited t lie
aliuatlon and the terrible losa inlllcted Miss LOU BAKEfi
on llicill. ine ivillgaia unicmaieii uini
tho large wholesale ami snipping liner
ests would Immedlatclv cnll an enor
mous Indignation meeting and Insist
SIMMS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
t 1.3NT A.WTOWIO TJaX-A.fi.
ICAIiKH Of Oncur.aTiiA
Alien or IliiAsa Hanii
Thnrsflay, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 5, 6, 7 & 8
rhi 't ii inn I nit itHltiiui'iii ('(hiiiii. iii-ri hIIIi Isiirr) limt)'iit'nloitu(tltoUu(rhnIilo Act,
CONVERSATION BY WIRE,
1 IIAIIAITHItK HV Tilt: IXIMI'ANV.
iUi IiaIiU.uI iii
In songs and dancos.
- In Songs of tho Day
THE BAKERS, Lou.
r lln lrii llni'd skeleliea, enlllllHt:
FUN IN A PRINTING OFFICE.
Miss LAURA ASHBY, - - - In Songs and Dancos
LARRY DOOLY, In his creation of the Aged Darkey
Xec.11111 Week ami lllir duces, or
Miss Ivlaric Ycstvali,
iM'li), In ll)M.ri,lle ri'iiillllitiia lii llmii illllereiit Imtirtiaaes. via. Knallsli
l.-Weliuiie Preil) I'ruiiro-e, i lhurllsli.i 3.- Ilella of t'orncvlllcll roncli.)
DILLIE CARItOLL AND BARBT. -JOHN
Hhh iiIi. Inl i, hIii, Ilia Hi, Ir rimirlleKoiiirsiinil Hilling, "TOM 111(1 HKH"
nml -.11:111 S1I.AII I'DNV 1'AIIIV
Miss MONA VALADE, - - In sorio comic selections
Second Week and TrcmenJaui Hit of The PhenomlnH Clown Specialist,
Ji'MrluiK nml Mtiiilimltitliig In all iiiatuier tiu, riirma liiiiiirittnliloi Hplniilmr upon Hie hamla
M.ini.ililtiff new, niivel aiel oritflint, Im-Iiu llio on
Hriinilerriii Irleks A strkily teaftliiinle net, using n
Hit- han Is n
artist that has t
Jigs, Rools, otc
The Polito Serio-Comic
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
i'kiiiiI Week ami III till, or llie (.real anil only,
MISS LAURA. ASHBY,
'inmiiiwi mo wnntioriiil Jtti
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON,
In Budget of Songs
Miss MONA VALADE,
In Song and Danco
udge Mat Neucndorff Summoned to the
About J o'clock yesterday afternoon
Max Neuendorf!' died suddenly nt his
residence on Acerpiln street. His death
was startling In his family and friends.
For the past few days Ncuendorll has
been su tiering from a depression of aplr
Its, and complained of n pain In the re
gion of his heart, he having sull'cred
from a diseased henrt for some years.
Fiom the. statement of friends of the
mlly. It would appear that the tie-
neased was taken sick niL'lit betoro last
being attacked with all thn symptoms of
cholera morbus; towards morning he
grew rapidly worse, and Dr. Herb" was
sent lor anour ii o ciock in ine morning.
When Dr. llcrll arrived lie lotinii tnepn
tlent tullerlnir from severe Intestinal
a ns. Neuendorll informed ur. llcrll
that ho had been eating imported sau
sage and that he had eaten too much,
prescription was given ior cno
morbus and the Doctor left,
About '2 o'clock In the afternoon
thedoctorwas again summoned. Neuen
dorf's condition being much worse. On
Dr. llcrll' attending to the summons.
Max N'eueiidortrappeHred to bo reposing
trampillly, and Mrs Neuendorll asked
him not to waken ber husband. Dr.
Ilerhv approached the invalid, and on
feeling his pulse pronounced him dead
.11 nx .Neuenciorll was we I Known, in
was a native of Prussia, and has resided
In this oltv for over 'M v ears. Ho served
on ine soiiuiern sine, in hocu s ungaue
and was wounded Hi the leg.
llr. Hertl. on be nir nuostlonei coie
corning the cause of this death, stilled
that Max Neuendorll ileatli cnuio from
cholera morbus, though It might hav
been caused irom poison, i ue current.
sentiment tends to Hie belief Hint he
ate some poison in the sausngc.
The motion for a new trisl in his re
cent case, by which he was removed
Irouiotllce, wastohavii come before the
District Court to-day, Tho opinion
that he destroyed his own life is
strengthened by the Tact that some time
ago he attempted to purchase laudanum
from several drugglats of the city. A
few days ago, he remarked to one of his
acquaintances that sooner than see hla
family disgraced, he would do away
with himself. He leaves a large family,
consisting of ills wife, one son and Sev
ern! daughters. Max Neuendorll' was 57
years old; ho was a man of cheerful dis
position nnd possessed ninny friends,
nud In his recent troubles be had many
The remains of Max Neuendorll' will
be Interred this afternoon nt I o'clock,
the members of German Lodge No.
1.03(1 of Knights and Lndles of Honor
attending. The sympathy for the be
reaved family Is universal.
TJio Chinese Must Co.
Poun-ANii Oreiron. November 0. A
private dispatch from Tacouia states
that Chinatown, situated near the lower
depot and wharf of the Northern Pacific
ltallwny, has been burned by the mob,
and that the railroad tank, trestle and
other nroncrtr have been datnaced bv
flames, 'Hie damage by the destruction
of Chinatown was about twenty-live
thousand dollars. The buildings were
shanties, hut a great deal of merchan
dise was burned. The houses were
tired by the nntl-Coolle agitators, who
expelled the Chinese. The Incendiaries
have been manufacturing evidence to
show that the Chinese themselves tired
the buildings. Only two Chinamen
upon Agcnl Sawyer, of tho Mallory line
reinsintinir ine wnuitioimsiiorcmeii, am
thus ending the dllllciiity. All talk
"Trillin Alliinlle Ni
01,1 Muiii. -i mint
H 1,1 Wi ck ami KiSnnvi, i,r llio Ureal
V ZE3 ST1 "V Tj I.
Vixi.ilutlons, 1, Troiit.U-B
Miss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Selections
Mjtli Juliii Hnker'H runny Cmiieily In one net, cntttlctlt
about Hie Missouri Pacllio or Santa Fo
Coiunniiv entering Into any arrange.
ment wiih the Knlghta to maintain the
boycott against the Mallory Company Is
Idle, nnd Impracticable since Prominent
railroad olliclals declare they could not,
under law, refuse to do business with
nml for the Mallory Company, without
uinKing ineiiiseivcB nuieiiauie in n pay
ment! of heavv damaires. The export
trade la Biisliilnlng terrible losses, and
ship biokers arc tho first to cry enough.
one nouso lias vessels in pon, or io i l ir.t Uk-
arrivo wiiuiri n weeK. j prom-
ocean tart. iwiuinj? . inrgoes of Return of the Favorites, Tim Starin Debbie Ricklin
cotton seen cake, inner iirma nave
dozen vessels, ihe city Is full
San Antonio by Gas Light
unarnciors Dy mo tintiro uotnpany.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9th,
' """""' DO NELLY & DREW.
of Idle seamen Tho situation Is rapid
Iv approaching a crisis. Something must
give way In the next -It hours Is the
general opinion or the best informed
rresineni rieniey, oi ine naniu ro roan
has rciueslfd the State F.xecutlve Com
mlttee to meet him In conference at 0
o'clock to-morrow. Telegrams have
men sent up I lie Mate Idling
member of thu committee to ntteml
even Ihomrli Ihev must come down
special engines. It Is illtllciilt to say
whether this action (.Ignition weakness
on either side, as nucxpilolt proposition
The Executive Committee, in Its even
ing bulletin, says: "You cannot starve
us Into submission, 1 he w hole city
stored with groceries, and the first la
of nature Is protection. Let thu re
sponsibility rest where It belongs,
warned In time."
The city Is remirkahly quiet to-night.
nut tins gives no indication oi wnai to
morrow mny bring lortn.
Nkw Voiik, November 0. An Inter
view to-iiav in regaru to me uoycou
which the Knights of Labor have insti
tuted mralnst the Mallorr Linn steam
ers at Ualveaton, Mr. Mallory said he
had not the slightest Intention of yield
ing, as the demands of the strikers were
wnouy unrcnsonnuie, nnu one conces
sion would only open the wny for new
demands and more concessions. The
Line was having Its work nt Unlvestou
done nit right hv colored laborers. The
extent to which the Knights of Lnbor
were exerolslng power nt present wns
Indicated bv the fact that thev nractl-
cilly controlled the telegraph: all dls-
paicnes uetween ins iirm aim ins agent
at Ualveaton being known to the strik
ers, nnd some of the dispatches being
destroyed in transmission.
Mrs. Walkup Acquitted.
Ksiiouia, November 0. The Jury In
tho Walkup case have returned n ver
dict of "not guilty." The verdict of the
Jury In the Walkup case, while not giv
ing universal satisfaction, was received
with demonstrations of delight by her
friends and others who have given much
attention to the case. When the Jury
llrst went out, they weru evenly divi
ded, and remained so for several hours,
when one more chnnged for acqutttul.
luii N. Morinill III hlsirreiit sensnlloniil Hitckwooils llrntna, elitllleili
" BROCKY MORGAN. "
( UruhMicMiMtftl KnlTu (nmtitit. ii I o thu jmitt M'to Dun it) nml hi
TiiiliH'tt Trti'k iMinkey, (.iilnuiilly
veMPORIUM OF FASHIOK
Ttila Estoblisliment Is now Rapleto wltti All tne Novelties lor the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Illack nnd Colored, Plain nml Unloaded. Cassimere? (blauk
anil colored;, i ricoia, iiagonius, . merges, etu. garnet liair nnu ivooiBll
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, Dress Plaids In single and double widths, and
firTrlunnlngs to suit all Dress Cioods."Y3
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces and Fancy Goods
ior i.nuies ami iuuureu ever uruugui to our city, in sine Hosiery
he hns nn endless varloty and cannot bo undersold.
Fail and Winter Millinery
All Hie latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of llonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ulbbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under tlrst-olass artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels nml Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by bis agents was tho most magnlllcent stock of Dress
Goods of nil kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
F.apeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks, and can he also give tho greatest bargains In
not guilty was rendered. When Sherlll
Wllhlte Informed Mrs. Walkup the Jury
had returned a verdict of not guilty, she
exclaimed: 'Mv God. Is that sol" and
her eyes tilled with tears; hut when the
Sherlll' told her she could allord to brace
up. she wined awar the team and went
with him Into the court room, where
sho was congratulated. She says sbo
will not take her husband's property.
The estate will not amount to more than
$10,0(10, and her share or It will but
slightly more than pay the expenses of
Wismsmox, November 0. Indian
Commissioner Atkins to-day telegraphed
the Secretary of the Interior from Mas-
kogce, Indian Territory, that lie lias
iounu a large nuuioer oisquaiteri
progress inrougn tne inuian it
who he believes tn he linnmera
were In the city at the time of the tire. ! of the opinion that military forco
ah me reinninuer were driven out. oe employed to expei mem
cSSS5S Boots, Shoes and Hats
Hla stock or Kali unit Winter Cluthlng Is the largest over brought to Texas, nmloin
braces, in the latest PAltcrni, Prince Albert. Cutaway, Krouk ami Sack Hulls.
A very Innro ana couinlolo slock ut LaJies', Silases', Men's and Hoys'
Bliiioa ami limits. A full line of Htoteon Sort ami Stirr Hats.
Also a full stock of (leiitlumcn's Furulshlnir Honda.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
mlcto with tl useho!il Oooils, an.t ho will suit everybody
dill I'lusll I'.irlor Hulls. Moll.llr I'arlnr Hull. U,l..,,i .,'i
Country orJ-jrs fltied promptly and satisfaction gu'a'raiitowi!
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Mis Fur tilt uru I)i?Dartuient In
in in im uuu. jiiiumkhii' rjruiii
aid mHiriHiianmu, wiir jroiu
(,'iirtnlhi. Window riliailn, lUe
Hend for itimplii,
Neat Job Printing
'orco must , ,.. . ,
Al lllli oViN AIS1UJNIU LlOni Ui'flCE.