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Volume V. Number 276.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1885
Only $5 a Year.
CffRPETS. MCE CURTfllNS,
nr fl'llllWTKIIV IIIIPAIiTVfl'.NT I. iiowllur rnpl'lly. i
liecn liicrciislmr sniniicli its to cnt-niiriurc lis In lii) In in'
w- ,!..,. I, ii, lnu- In. Co fur ionic decoration In tlil t Ify lins i
i iill Icino. Wo carry now h lievrmul full
llinlr llruwl", ill'- ur noods nre frr.ll. nur pattern scli-ci s iiiriuniiic. mm rim -
lowest. Wf iiml l- Carpets In mill nur customers.
LACE CURTAINS and CRETONNES
Wi" have tlie l.iiw"! Assortment, and run stints- lit present a iii'iit li-cllnn or Furniture,
Krlniri ",ll,V;xVrrMliS;'lw'n'TV""N7l OHAMIKli. VfR OrTKIl IIAIItl.tlKH
JOSKE BROS -
Coo. H, Knltoyor, Prosldont - Otto Koohlor, Socrotary A Troas.
SAN ANTCOTO. TEXAS.
BlWH PI HI II
emporium OF FASHION.,
This Establishment Is now Hepl.ne with All mo Novelties for the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can lie seen In Mack mill Colored, l'.tln nnd Brocaded. Cnssimores (black
nnil colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Herges, etc. Camel llnlr nml Wool Sat
eens. Velvets nnd Velveteens In till colon, plain and brocaded. Silk
l'ongces. Dress l'laltls In slnglo nnd double widths, nml
USf-Trlmmlnga "!lt "f1" Gonds.-a
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
lie Is now showing the largest stock or Kid (Uoves, Mils, I.noes nml Fancv,Gool
ror Ladles nnd Chllilren ever bro iglit to our city. In Silk Hosiery
Ik- has an endless vnrlet) and cnniiot be undersold.
Fall and . Winter . Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of ItonnetB nnd lints.
Ostrich Plume, Tips, ltlbbon and Trimmings "III bo found
there. This department U under llcst-class artistes,
who will plcnse tho tastes of nil.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellng8, Domestlo I'rlnts, aingb.!i:tm. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nets nnd Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchnsed bv his ngenta wns tin) most magnllloent stock of Dress
Ooods of all klmU ever seen 1st any dry goods house In I'exas.
Kspeolal attention wns given to purchasing f'nll and Winter
bilks, and cim ho nlso give the greatest bargains In
Ills slock of K-dlail-l Winter t-'lothlnir l
traces. In tlie latest patterns, Prince
A very Inriro ainl complete stock or i, out
till.'os nil.! Hunts. .( full linn nf Mel.
Also u full slock of (lentleiuen'a
FURNITURE AND OA.RPBTS
i Halts. Wiir.lncjui. L'lulrs, tlolv
t'urtnlus, Wlmlow 3h.i.u4, Ktu. tnintry or.l
.Riverside Cafe Restaurants
An I At .
Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
Ifiyl.tinoli and Jlenls nt nil hours.
Eollte niters In attendance.
V.niltn'li.i'itxl CuMiinrro Vv rI1i'm-, ritnn-
crlyM Miitl, iiowl.V
faslniK-ro mul Vuk KuilmiMoik", Tal.Ut I.ln
ctiK. NHiktiH,TMk, CiirtuliM. Kir.
HliimH Hint uniii(lliM4tiM4.rl
ti tu'ii t of Knit GimmW.
Wohinoalo iimdo a wUiclion thruutrhout
our extcnslvp Fancy (imxlo ami Millinery Do
Corner Commerce nnil Navarro 8 1 recti.
Thaoalr olgarettoa which do not
tick to.tlie lips are Opera l'ulls tt
In I he lift few inr
lllunif r.vlll'Kru. sucli as llixritiim. il'"
Shoes and Hats
tlin lamest over Itrnilirht toTexas,
ltiert. Cutaway, Frock and Hiiek s
via, mi 1 ho will uli cvrrylrtnly
-Sulls. Miiliulr l'.lrli
r Suits, Walnut
ctH. Itilirs. Mull
llrussols ituj luirraiu (Urncls, llitirs, Mtlttllur,
-r. unci prompt'i
and Accquia Strc
Kverythlng'servct! In Klrst-CU'i Style.
Corner Houston Sin e
A Fine $3.00 Shoo nnd all
othor flno goods for ladlos' foot
woar In loathor and rubber for
tho coming soason.
Trunks and Vallsesln stylo and
Varloty surpassing anything In
Indian Territory Desperadoes on
tho Wnr Path.
Galveston Notes-Montreal Ttoublol
Poitotfice Crimes- Boiton Preacher
ouncrd Foreign News.
Ti'i-n. I. T.. November III. To days
sgu two noted horse thieves, John 'I'm,
ton and Silas Davis, were arrested near
1'u sa. Imnieil aieiv on learning of their
arrest, a no-tsc of cattlemen met on the
southeast boundary of Hie Sac and Fox
reservation, intending to sei.u tne norso
thieves nnd hang them ns the olllcers
passed that way, The desperadoes of
this region, hearing of the Intention In
hang their pal., made n bold dash to
want evening, ami rcsciieu mem irom
Marshal Curtlsand three Caddo Indians,
when tliev were Hbotit 12 mile from thU
dace with the prisoners en route to Hie
Vlnhlta agency. Among the rescuing
tarty were Hie notorious Triisinn.
withers of .1 fit n I'm, Ion, and Frank
Slnrr.an outhi'V from I eXHS, who has
killed six men. Ttvnoiillaw Cherokee
Indians n'so assisted Hie desperadoes.
Thev overpimered Deputy I urtls and
his iiullan guard, roblied Curtis of all
Ids uumey mul Inn horse, anil secured
Hi. Ilelintv uml line L'lliiril. sml left
iiieui In the bushes. The desperadoes
then vmieu tuenau nnil rox ueiiey,
llndlng Agent Nell absent raided the
vlllsge, stealing many horses and frlght-
ning tne inuian women almost to
tenth. Several Indians who ntleiunteil
to resist the desperadoes were shot
iloun and It l bellewd tno were killed.
Aiiinngthe wounded Is t'hsrlle Keokuk,
tin' lii'Venr-old son of Keokuk, het d
ehlefot the hue mid Fox tribes. I Me
desperadoes all eitnped with their
0 it.VK-.TON. Novunber III .('harltv
does not stay her hand. Contributions
for the lire sullerers continue to How In,
ami the total sum contributed reaches
to-night. $') '. Ml, of which $71 Ml hate
been received, and fr.VUMI" paid out to
OS" recipient'. 'I liese benellclnrles rep
resent n fnuillv In nearly every Jin
stance, or at least they represent more
man tueir iiiniviauai selves, it is esti
mated that each benellelnrv recedes, on
an average, lor four Individuals, thus
making about S.i I) people assisted up to
the nresent time. Some members: of the
committee say that the (V7 applications
already passed upon and allowed, repre
sent in tneir opinion, nuoiit two-tninis
tlmates to-night that one-half ol thu ap
plications for relief Irtve thus far been
reached by the committee. It will thus
lio seen that the opinions )ct vary
touching the extent of siillcrlng In
flicted by itiu lire.
AloNTtiKst- November III. I wo hun
dred Frcnch-Canadlau students, togeth
er with some ipiarrymen nnd others,
numbering about MH), paraded the streets
Inst mglit. I lie iiiiarrjiuen carrieit ax
handles, clubs ntul tl.Uh bones. They
shoved people from thesldemtlks, fright
ened horses and commuted other ag
gressive acts. It wis thought at one
tinio mey wouiu aitncK me salvation
Army's hall. They have threatened to
nttnek I.n Slliiervn olllce. Tonight
about 2.VI of the sixth Fusileers had as
sembled at Dominion ripiarc to he In
readiness to meet the French Cai.ndlans
should they attempt to carry out their
Intention of burning Colonel Stevenson
In etllgy on the square. It Is stated that
me tieinonsmmon wns tne rest it 01 in
formation which the students of Victoria
university had received during the itnr,
that the students or the .McUlll(Kugllsh)
University Intended to burn lilel In elll
gv on the Camp tie .Mars
Wamiinoiov, November l'J, From the
Annual lleport of Chief Inspector West,
of the I'ostottlce Department, It appears
that 8.UI arrests were made by pnstolllce
Inspectors during Hie tear. Convictions
were obtained In 171) cases In the L'nlted
Stales Courts, nnd 21 cases in the State
Courts. Two hundred nnd thlrtr-twn
persons were arrested nnd await trial,
and other cases were dismissed or not
prosecuted. During the Jenr I ill poP
olllces were robbed, nnd 2.i'l burnt d
Tlilrtv-three postal cars were tlestrovetl
by tire. Complaints of the loss of malls
to the number of 8,5."y were Investi
gated. Actual loss was found to have
occurred In MM cases. The Inspectors
recovered Sl.V-ttl of missing tunds, and
SIII.OOO were restored to the owners.
From delinquent postmasters, the sum
of $."S,:i2.) was recovered and turned In
to the Treasury.
Homon, November l'J. In view of his
relations toward .Mrs. Taber. as devel
oped In the recent divorce case of Tuber
,L 'I'nlier llm ttev. U'lllliim llniuM
this even ng tllsni ssed I) V the society
from the tmstornto ol Ilowdoln Siniuro
Church, and tt wns ordered that the
oliurch floors be closed against him,
liev. Donna (ays the society's action
wns Illegal and a suiprlse to him, and
that Ids Inlure course Is as yet undecided
tipun. -ew iooks uave neen piaceu on
the church doors, and several policemen
are stationed about the place, which has
been besieged liv crowns or people who
had come for tne purpose of intending
the revival meeting' which have been lu
progress there elnto I tiesday.
Wiwikiii, Kas., Nnvcmbir 1!). The
Courier's Oxford, hansns, special says
I'. C, Kltkland, Cashier of the Fanners'
and Merchants' Hank ut Oxford. Kan
sub. on Moiulnv night took all the liinds
hu could And, turned the jtluie lock of
the snle I.! Hours ahead, and absconded,
lie left the hooks In such confusion that
the amount of Ids peculations cannot be
learned for several days. It wilt prnba.
blv not cxeed n few thousand dollars
however. Klrkland was Treasurer for
several secret societies, nnd their inure
s gone with the rest. 1 he bank, wide
was a small one, seems to have been
stranded, nnd Klrkland leaves a family
Ni:wT'OitiKANt. November III. The
State Hoard of Health are In receipt of n
letter from Dr. Domingo Frelve. of lilo
t'e Janeiro, IJrn7.ll, giving the results of
inoculation against veilow lever, as
practiced by lilm. Dr. Frelve slatttl that
be had this year performed nearly live
thousand Inoculations ulth absolutely
successful results, for none ot those who
were Inoculated tiled, bcrens PiOO per
sons who were not Inooulated iiiccuiubtd
to the disease. The Inoculated persons
lived in nn Infected portion ofthecltv.
and f,rcnt numbers Inhabited houses
wherein deaths had occurred from the
Vfiiu.orox. November 10 Mr. Uav
aril, Secretary of State, and Mr. Homero,
the Mexican Minister, nru about to ex
change the ratifications ol an additional
article to the commercial treaty be
tween the United Stntes ami Mexico ol
lunumj ..v, iooo, oAicnuiiig toe nine to
May 20, 1S50, for the approval or the
necessary laws to carry Into effect the
operations oi tne lam commercial treaty
Ciiicaho, Nnvembei 10 The hnrne d
ilro uiaiiafaetiircr accomplished the
blect of their meeting vestertlav. when
tin y agreed to limit the production of
Stt.r IdkK. November III. A snenlal
to the Tribune frnin Franklin. Idaho,
says: Deputy Marshals llenntlt. (Irrene
and Stalker made a raid here last lilglit
and artesietl riioinas Uiwe fur Illegal
oolianitntinn. After Ihe arrest a mob
tried to resmie the prisoner and to drive
the Marshals from lown. During the
melee which folhmtd Itoblnson. one of
the ring leaders, was shot, but managed
escape. .1. I,. HeOslir and others
re arrested, ifnl will be taken In tlx-
in! for examination before tne I'ldted
WAHiiiMtrov, November 111. The Na
tional Iteptibllean to-morrow will have
the following: The I'resulent In conver
sation with n Itepobllcnn Senator on
I'uesdav. tohl the latter that he oiihl
esteem II n great f ivor llSenntora, know
ing nn.viliing niijectlonaole or ileirlinen
tal to the public Interest about any per
son or persons nppolnteil by him. would
apprlxe him of the ftct. 'I ho I'resldent
expects Hint a tight will be made on
some of his apiHilntmetils, but believes
that the majority ut the Itepublleaii
Senators will Interpose In any at i nipt
ilenat eoiiiiimalloii, except in eni
where unimpeachable facts are pn sen-
I. and tr such eases exist the ohjee
n will he tialleilto Ids attention heiore
there Is any orgnnlred opposition.
I.OMHIS, November ID. I'hfl Times
says It Is reported Hint Turkey and Ser-
via uave agreed to arrange conditions
pence nfler the capture of Soda.
nrkev prefer n strong 8' rvlu to n
strong lliilgaria. but also deslrea to save
'rineo Alexander a position as miieli as
Ihle. Serv Pi llkew does not n sli
to nersonnlly hiiinlUn'f I'rlnee Alcxan-
Ailv Ices trout Itelgrade sav n "Ser
vian administration has been arranged
for all the occupied districts In lliilgaria.
lie innaiiiianis ot tne places inns tar
Mtile.l. it Is Hn iiiei l.i Isnlavaltleiidlv
spirit to the Servians.
A dispatch from IsaribrtMl to the
Standard -nm : A decisive attack was
lavetl until all the ervian eohiiiiiia
had been concentrated. A heavv can
nonndo Has kept up throughout tiic day
and several sham attacks were made.
private telegram reue veil at le grade
stales that all the I mops comprising the
t iinieo gHrrison uave oeen mane pris
A New Candidate-ThatlDanquet Politi
cal Itenu-Tcachors' Mtotlng.
Iilllor Him AnltMilo Llalit:
At-riN, November 1!). The many
frlemls nf Mr. II. S Harrison throughout
the Slalc Iiiivh brought lilm prominently
before the people of i'exas as a candi
date for Comptroller. 'I Ills gentleman
served through the late wnr in the army
ol North Virginia under (ieneral Stew
art; at tho close of hostilities ho came to
Texas, nnd soon nflir Ids arrival, was
appointed book-keeper In the t'omptrop
ler's olllce, which position he has held
ever since. He Is u gallnnt, courteous
geiitlemnn ami would make by far n
better Comptroller Hun any of the
irooaoie cauuiiutcs vvno nave thus tar
en spoken of.
I'he handsome editor of the Statesman
as vesterduy the recipient of it beuutl-
ful bouqut t ot Itovvcra from one of Aus
tin's ruinM daughters. He wears a
smile of Miprechitiou to know that be
has Keen singled out Irom among the
tine looking boheniiitii' of this city to be
tue ntimireit one oi tne Honor.
I he Kubiirtu cutu went to the urv
. il lor T .1. Ilraeki'lirldir... President of
tue rirsi .Miiioniii linns, ot tins city,
tendered to the member of the Kvenlng
I'rcss Association a naiiuiiet. but their
business prevented their remaining over
to accept tue .major s no.piiaiiiy.
The member of the bar of this city are
unanimous for making W. I). Williams.
i.f., me next county Judge of this
Mr. Hamilton, the I'ecan street mer
cliant is doing it big business In Ids line.
.nr. A. it. Benton, me popular sales
man ot nun esiaiiusiimeiii, is justly one
oi toe most popular salesmen in Austin,
and Is especially a favorite with the
I he cltl7ns' of the Ninth Ward
hold it meeting next Saturday to select u
caiitiitiate ior Aiueruiaii.
Mr. C. Ctinco. It Is sale to say. will be
the next Alderman from the classic First
The race for Mayor Is now red hot
It Is said In political circles that Hon
,. W. Terrell lias withdrawn Irom the
race for United stales Senator, and will
support liovcrnor Ireland.
Ilio teaciicra of Austin held the r
monthly meeting this morning In the
uigii Bciiooi untitling, vviiu ill" ioiiow
superintendent J. II Winn Science
ami Art ot i.uucnnou.
Miss It. A. I'cnlck Numbers.
Miss W, It. Sin 1 1 It Orammar.
Mrs. I.. I,, llramletti (ieography.
Miss Mary Sloss Heading.
Miss I,, llimnssa Objtct Lessons.
Miss A. Siittir Draw lug.
The topics were all considered anil
discussed verj fully. .Much credit Is due
to ine teseners lor so well rendered a
irograiiime. I he next lueellng will be
leld the second Saturday III December,
o which teachers and all Interested In
education nru cordially Invlled.
W. C. Cox, disorderly, illsuiUit tl.
Mike Kelly, tliuuk, ."i.
Dan Webber, drunk and dlsort'crly,
Fslevan Samlovnl, qiiHtrelliig nnd
lighting , dismissed.
Cliarics Scbrelner, quarreling nnd
I. K. Johnson, beluga vagrant, con
William Allen, being a vagrant, live
Krnesl l.ange, tlrunk and disorderly,
J. V. Sldell, drunk and disorderly, i.
A. J. Adams, refuting to pay hack
Ha Wants a Divorce.
A petition for divorce has Lien tiled In
the District Court by Hen Freycr against
Kosa Frcycr. The petitioner asserts
that defendant regardless of her marital
duties on the 2'Jth of May. ISMS, and on
divers tluxsprior thereto, running bank
lo the Kith of April. ISM. at Him houso
ofoneJo'in MoHiigo.un the south side
oi college street, did commit adultery
For elilrtl call on l Sheets, -II Com
merce street. lO-'i-tf
A SLIOK ADVENTURESS,
8ht Deft Up a Prominent Banker for the
Sum of $1800.
Not a thousand year ago a so-called
man and wife appeared In San Antonio
and put np at a fashionable hotel. In
sppesranee and deportment they veer
iinexcepilonally proper. The woman
ofa style to strongly all rant tho at
tention of the o,MMlte sax. Her llgtire,
without, being gross, was plump and
partridge, evert, tine was easy
and smoothly drawn; large, clear,
mournfull) poet lo blue f ea that could
give look of earnest sympathy and truth-
iiiiness, anil men melt lino a prolotind
sea of trustful love; eye Hint were slm
pi) Irreslstable for ii.cn who loved I lie
goosl opinion tif the ladles. In tltess,
he was elegantly simple, ivllh an air
that Impressed the casual acquaintance
that she vvaa an Inborn lady In every
sense, who guilelessly w'as Ignorant of
her many attractions. I hey, the pair,
pretentieti to oe looking For ranch pro
xitty, proteasing lo have ampin mean
lo purchase a well-slocked oatile ranch.
A ew Hum-anil dollar were tleiwlled
llrst In tins hank, and then wllh a busi
ness man. and then In another bank. and
hanged trout place to place, hut
lit a way a to lead to the Idea that It
was each a ditlereiit fund. In this way
na Hie Idea of financial standing es
tablished. I'he lndv npifarctl to be the
iiliiea manager or the ilrm. ami In her
bland and unassuming simplicity gained
Hie full eoiilldeiice of those with whom
lie in con I act She was a full
graduale In coquetry, anil received those
little advancing attentions Insiith a way
s to lead on to holdnesa vvtth-
seemliig Intentional. In till
way some of our staid business
men wile Induced lo oiler their services
ti showing the fair and agreeable
rancherlia" the hlstorlo beauties of
this classic oily, nnd often these excur
sion were prolonged Intotliedecpeiilng
liadovv of the night. The couple.
pseudo man ami wile, visited some ot
the til her tow ns to the northwest, among
nlilnli wns Ketrville, and !iel-il tt
lighten the arduous labors of soioe of the
solid men ot that quiet lown. To make
a long siorv snort, in niters wnv. auer
leaving witha prouifseof a prompt re
turn to cm r ine rant-mug imsineas, sue
tiaa "done up" nearly every one with
limn she eauie In contact, nmong
whom Is n slurp, shrew d banker, w hose
buggy ride with her rent some JIMU.
'I he next thing heard of her was that
she bad forged papers on it large estate
in lexas mat was ut iitigaiion ami is
now n refugee Irom Jusiioe. living in
l'arls. Her business here was pilncl-
Dally to secure the necessary names ami
data In order lo properly perpetrate tho
lorgtry or tne claim papers, ami ine lair,
voluptuous blonde played her coquetry
anil Indiistrv lust In order to keen in her
hand so as not lo betouie rusty In case
her large real estate snuculalloii should
fall. Many of our "H'st citizen." have
goon rcaton ior aiwava reiiieiuoering
tne dial miiig .vtr. ., ami no nine ion
ing goo on between them on the subject.
An Immense Audlenee at Turner Hall
Last night tlin concert given for the
benellt of tlin Unlveatou sutferers In the
reoent Galveston tire, took place. The
city turned out "en masse" for this oe-
oaslon, nntl nfl the grace and fashion of
San Antonio tilled Turner Hall to over-
llowlng. lty the time the curtain vvas
raised, anil tho lleetlioven Maennerchnr
opened the concert, over WOO people had
assembled. .The programme, which was
a long one. was well selected, and the
concert throughout vvas punctuated
with appreciative iipplauae. All the
Indies were In guod voice, nnd the
singing of Mr. Dr. Fnvre and Mlts
Marie Laconic, It Is needless to say, wns
especially admired. Miss Julia tlrd
sung "Wi o' tlin Wlp" exce cnl v
well, and the light soprano of Miss
I.nndn was attentively listened to In
"II Kllornn." Miss Funny Hunt d'Alma.
rendered "Khren on the I'hliie" In a
tliilshed st tie.
Miss K. V. (irons utnl Oscar Schmidt
sang a duet, "Spring and Love," nnd
were ranttirnuslv upplniided.
Mr. Howard M. Atlae sang n solo, and
his line tenor was highly appreciated.
Mr. Charles II. Mueller' well known
baritone wns beard ln"'TI I .Mono Can
Mr. wlllielin Marx, whose name Is
synonymous In this city with line violin
pinving, wn nearn in "t. u tries ue-
lienors Sixth Concerto."
A riunrtette. by Messrs. F.lwood,
Ilnlhedl, Schmidt m.d Davis, was well
Thu singing of the Ileelhoven Maen'
netclinr and Mendelssohn Vereln vvas eX'
cedent, Professor Heck conducting them
'I lie who'e alliiir wa it great success
artistically nnil financially, the sum of
f.'O'J being realized. There ha not been
one dol'nr for expenses deduoled, the
net amount of receipts being turned
over to the uaivestnn relief itinii
expnssl P.r Hie I.iou r h)
Ucpnrtcil expn'Sl I
Floyd l o., SI SolixUd i
Sew Yoiik. NovcinlH-
r mil res (lull li
Me.ulv : sale. MUtfJ luilii-. Nntvinlior. a
vul lliwemibe'r. u.llwa'J,; Jaauary, vin li
luliruary, DnwuuSi tlanb. w...mi.TI: Apr.
n.slii'i.U: Slav, a.WMiOiU: June, liUlWu'ii
July. iui"iiu.i.i. .viivusi. it,. ..'il. v. i,i
sletulyt iiiUliUlug U t-loil; stiles, I I Pulo.
N'sivr Vohk. N'oveuioer si. Slock market
N'orttiwoslern. tld;1K'lawureaiel lickawaiut
m 1 1 n. ram,
mliMllmr, 6 1-.PM1 Orleans, a M11. hsles.
tu,uuu Dales; receipt, n si imies. 1 1
but steady! Noveiiiber-llecetiiber,
tMmbor-Jaminr).A.n; Jnniiitrj'-rcbruiiry, ajsi.
, IIIIV. t-,,1. iili
Vatar-works Trouble in New Orleans,
The following U taken from the San
ltary Knglneer, of November 12. In re
gard to the wa'er-vvotks trouble In
New Orleans, which Is the case where-
ever the water supply is In the hands
or private Individuals or corporations.
Instead of the town or cl'.y Itself: "Suit
10 annul n water-works contract: On
November 2 a suit was begun on be
half of the 'Committee of One Hundred,'
of New Orleans, lu the Civil District
lourt. to annul tho contract between
the city and tlin New Otleivni Water
SIMMS & SAMUELS.
KW HA K Kit
I IBM. II.VVI)
'Way, Friday, Saturday, and
Till- MIDNIGHT ROBBERS,
is, LAURA ASHBY,
Now comes itie irri at
S'PA I? IIS AND
itinii, sk.-lt-lies Tlie-e i4siili-
M.s MARIE VESTVALI,
rtrM MN urH
il .ate of llasi-r A Msuiics'i
selllatliill nf IIm-OIiI tieiitlieri, Netrro.
Aineriemi IP-poiinUe,! 11. er
hf'tin t.t1.tii-n an W II In ml lni1tl tli Ih(
Vnittl III ftin, HhHMiltirt rfcti llmt rv lllHiit
A LiLLle Misunderstanding.
'",iriliWi k and lllir Mil. . .f tliedreat arel only.
MISS LAURA. ASHBY,
line or her (tnat Oriental .
he nil) l.iut) llllll" VViirl.l
Hi) ,.lli. r ..' ao.1 novel f
Miss DEBBIE RICKLIN,
rhnniHi i '1Im StHii-lar-I It tin r. Null.. mil
il fiiiiNkoi'l liy Hurry MHnirlliy
Hwrll. Wilc ii iiikI itinHMH. h lluiry
ir-l hihI M li.tttl-. Wrltli-n iiihI ti.ii.iH-.t
lmir Mui'l t.tiK un. l lhiiif. -I.uilr D.-Mt. lM-i
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
E TWO MEN FROM SID! BAR!
I HAltAt TI.HH IIV THU KNTIHR (i()MIANY.
MimkIhv, Nnv. sipl. OriwimJ, Niicr Iltitkanl,
And Hie llanner ik. I i iiiiiIiik tlie U'aillnir Vauilcvlllo Artists.
Look Out For The Great Bill.
WHO IT WAS.
Tlie Man Found Drowned Identified this
The Inipieat on the body of Hie man
found lu the river at Gtienthcr's Lower
Mill yesterday afternoon, resulted In a
verdict Hint deceased came to 111 death
by drowning. There were no papers
on the body by means of which It could
be Idc milled, ami It vvas conveyed to the
'oor House for burial. 1 his I another
Instance of the roily of the city In not
reeling n morgue. If this Institution
had been established, Ideulillcatloii
would lio doubt have taken place. This
morning a man named Walker, an em
ployee at the Arsenal, Informed Hit) au
thorities that he thought the dead man
was n fellow lauorer. in ortier uiai nils
fact could be ascertained. Walker wa
conveyed to whero the body was In
terred ami it vvas exiiuineii. un exam
ining the ileoonipotliig corpse. Walker
saltl lie recognized It as the remains of n
man named Frliz Spansll. who hat been
employed at the Arsenal. Spansel
was it native oi miien ji years
of aire and had been In han Antonio for
J-i ) ears, nnd lias n wir nnu three chil
dren living iiecenuy lie was nnanciai
y emoarrassed, and, owing to nn
rouble, he suihred constantly Irom a
irrent depression of rnlrits. and. n few
evrnlngs imn, its he left the arsenal, he
told vv inker lie would go to the Hack- ot
the arsenal nnd drown himself. He has
been missing since then, until his body
was found yesterday. Justice Crawford
assert he doc not consider It neoessitry
to empanel another Jury to receive this
conclusive nnd Important testimony.
I hi appears a somewhat strange pro
ceeding on that ollielal's part; as it
stands nt present I hero Is no record of
who tne urowned man vvas nor now ne
came Into the water, w hether by acci
dent or of his nun determination. The
verdict or the Jury, n it exists ot pres
ent, is Hint the body of nn unknown man
vvas round tirowntd.
The VoMiireitTumber Sale.
According to announcement the lum
ber used by the Vclksfest Association In
tho seats, dancing floor, stage, etc., vvas
to have been sold yesterday evening at
auction, neviral parlli were present
ami ine uancing uoor was soiti to i tl.
Hanks, at private sale, price not staled.
The grand stand nt tho race Irauk was
ollcred and four or live bids were taken,
tho highest being made by Mr. Kerble,
but Mr. Mndnrai., the I'resldent of the
association, routed to sell It to hlin
Then Hie stage wns put up and Mr. Ker
again the highest bidder,
I'resldent Mnditrasz again refused to sell
to lilm. saving that nnv one else could
have It nt the price ottered, hut that Mr.
Keible could not have It. This ended
tho so-called auction sale, the Volksfest
Association still being large lumber
Acknowledgement of Thanks.
The lleetlioven Maennerclior lias re
ceived n lelteroftlinnks from the Sain-
nandcrbinging Society, of Galveston,
through the latter of which the former
reunited -u to tue sullerera rroiu the re
.Ili-eiKE Man Aflctt
Ami'skm est lilnECTon
I.KAlicii or OnciirsTitA
.I.kaiikh or IntAss Hand
Sunday Noyemlier 19 20, 21 & 22
Miih Ijirrr Ihtulr)'ii funny kkrtrti.
In Songs and Dances
I, I CMC LIN.
have a tueln)NHltuil I
In Opofatic Songs
Don't fall t hit liltn
lHli ViMitlUla nml Ilnnrr nnv nnnn Ihn
bvrtnlMi, Unctttff wlttitlm iitlnml ran
biu won fur thitn n worM wMe rrputatloru
luir tlie WotefiTftil Peat or llalanclng- Five
In Songs and Dances
In Operatic Selections
1-1 lere lie I.- '
Mirtli uiwl Mlinlrrr.
-TIm lrlh American Iconic
MtH-ur.li. rhunu.-U'r 1 liu UontlnnKli Hunt,
t,v Iliirrv Miicnrlliv. niunuliT-Tlm Dutih
i.irl, iitti'iiiitiiitnpocI liy Hurry Macartliy
Will Pleaso You
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
Olllcer McSorley last night arrested
a tramii nannd George Turner ror theft
or a lady's dress.
-The Hanltarr Insnectors seem to
have vanished. There Is lots of work
for them about the city.
Lawrence Kaupert, a member of the
San Antonio Arbelter Vereln, died to
day, and the flag of the Vereln hall Is at
The Sanitary InaneLlnr for tha
Third Ward should Inspect the premises
of the old I'ellnger l'avllion on Alamo
A pleasant surprise party, though
not very well attended, was given last
night at Miss Grace Darker' residence,
on Avenue D, In honor of the departure
or Mr. James Cull, on a western trip.
There will be divine services at the
Temple lleth Kl this evening at 7:30 p.
in. and to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock".
The subject or the lectura ror this even
ing will be, "Judaism; Its Old and New
To-morrow the Catholics celebrate
the Feast or the Indentation of ths
Dlesied Virgin Mary, who, when three
years of age, vvas persuaded In tho Tem
ple of Jerusalem by her parents, In or
der to offer herself to the Lord.
-The Altar .Society of St. Mark's
Kplscopal Church, will irlve an enter
tainment next Tuesday evening, at the
new parsonage of that church, north
side Travis l'ark, for the benefit of the
Altar runu. the i.kjht has received
Alderman Krllz Sohrelner saya he
bnd nothing at all to do with the llirht
yesterday between his son and Deputy
Sher'll Sandoval. The old gentleman
only picked up Sandoval's pistol nnd
ineu iu stop me iignt. lie thinks Charlie
well able to take con or himself.
Itabbl I.ewlnthal acknowledges ths
receipt of the following sums for the
Galveston relief fund: 8. Mavcr, $ 2 60;
Kev.J. T. Hutchison, $10. From letters
received It Is asserted that the suffering
has not In any way abated, and Dr. I.evv
nthal will be happy to accept further
Messrs. l.ange, Sldell Green, threo
Germans, became a little too full or "oh
be joyful," last night, and locking arms,
went down Commerce street, pushing
everybody oft the sidewalk, and having
lots or fun until thoy weie arrested by
Olllcers Schumacher and ltyman. They
were each lined $7 each by the Mogul
I'nder date of November 10, 18S5,
the Treasurer of the United Ktnr,. lias
but 1 designated tho ban Antonio National
Hank as ns a denosllorvof nublln mon
eys, and especially for the reception,
safe keeping nnd disbursement, aocord-
uk iu iaw, oi puoua lunus auvanceu io
disbursing olllcers or the Department of
War Justice, and or the Treasury. This
win greatly laoitttate tue transaction oi
all Government business lo the Depart
ment ot Texas.
keot In nerfuct order
and alravrant broatli assured. Only tlOconU
a Pox. Uipilil and Powder. For sale by P.
Kola-; it 4 Son.