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The San Antonio Light.
SATURDAY, Al'llIL 28, 1883. LOCAL NEWS. Marriage License. Jos M. Zertucbo and Virginia do Avlla took out B marriage license to-day. 1'lnafora, Professor Kationbeigtr will produce Pina fore with his Juveniles at the Casino on tho 8th and 9tu or Slay. Joints' Warden. There will bo a grand iniislcat concert by tho Elgbth Cavalry brass band In tho afternoon, and muslo and dancing at night at Jonas' gar den to-morrow. Shu Antonio Typographical Union No. HI will meet In regular session to-morrow at 2:30 p. m., at Struvu's hall All tnciubcrs are requested to bo In attendance. Jly order or the President. J. P. Mauou), Boo y. Make Note of It. Mr. J. II. Copcland's law otllco Is removed from the Devlnu building to No.SjO Vost Com. rnerco street, over llevkmaun'a boot store, where ho will bo glad to receive the calls or bis clients and lrlcnda. 4CM-lw Justice's Court. An affidavit was uisde before Justice Anton Adam against Antonio lUimlcroz for stealing tho sum of M) from Jtastou Morgan this morning. Ho was committed tojull In default or ball. , For Ladles. A very valuable and pretty lot of hosiery for ladies and children are now on hand at Messrs. Mayer & Sous' store ou Commerce street and will bo offered at from 1U to W cents per pair. These are worth rrom 25 to 75 cents per pair. Ladles should take tho chance of securing good and choap hoso. lie Wants Liberty. Crocencto Nino was beforo the District court this morning, having applied for a writ of ha beas corpus, on a charge of rape docketed against lilm. Ho had a rehearing the de tails ol which wero disgusting. Jlo was re malnded to Jail. Snn I'edro Springs Concert. There will bo tho regular promcnado concert at this popular resort of pleasure by the Eighth United States Cavalry baud to-morrow afternoon. Trees, shrubs and Ilowers are now In their brightest hues, and foliage and cool nooks, delicious reiroshmeuts and pollto at tendance In abundance. Where the Mousy Was. Yesterday Mastou Morgan, a colored man, complained to the polico that some one bad stolen about $5 from his coat and that be sus- icctcd a Mexican named Antonio Itninlrcz of lelng tho thief, ltamlrcz was arrested, and on being searched tho stolen money was found concealed In his boots. He was then taken to the county Jail. St. Mary's Church. The following Is tho programme for the choir at St. Mary's church to-morrow: In troltus, organ solo, Hesse; Kyrle, II. Millard; Gloria, II. Millard; Venl Creator, Hlmmel; Credo, Millard; olfertory, Avo Maria, soprano solo, with violin obllgato, (Mrs. Katzenberger and Madame Stracbely); Sunctus, Mlllara; (Alto solo, Miss J. Hlscho); Poitludlutn, by 1'. Katzenberger; IJuildlnc Permit. E. Niggli, lumber dwelling 30x10, west sldo of Alamo street, costing $1000. William Olove. lumber addition to dwelling JOxlS, north sldo of Crockott street, costing You. A. J. Camnboll. lumber dwelling. ltxSI. north sldo of South Elirhth BtrreU costllur &.MU. Antono Self el, lumber addition Hilt! north west corner oi souin nnu inuianoia streets. Itellglous. Paine Methodist church. Snlodad street. W, J. Young, pastorSunday school at ouso a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7SW p. m. Morning subject: "Alone." livening subject: "(Jum bling. Aiunviicu; seats irco. New Light Ilaptist church -Sabbath school at 7 a. in- and tiroacbimr at 3 D. m.. and 8 n. in.. by Iter. 11. Hurls, of Galveston. Itcv. J. Holmes, pastor. Hints on Dress. Tho importance of well made dresses is ad mitted by nil ladles, both for comfort and ap pearance, but when ready made, dresses for children, muses or mines aio rcquirou it is on licult to obtain them In such a stylo as will se. euro their approbation. Messis. S. Mayor & eon nave maao mis acpanmeni a special siiiay anauava an eiegantsiocaoi cuuu-cns , misses In all styles and all prices. Their toilet and uress sacquos are mucu aumirou, anu aro un surpassed. Muslo at the Cathedral. Tbp musical service at San Fernando cathe dral In celebration of tho Fifth Sunday after Easter will be of un attractive, character. Pro fessor A. J. II. Harbour wlllpresldont tho organ n ju uirect mo cnoir. lau programmoisastoi' lows: k'vrln. Snhllliort. In CI: Drndiinl. nnnei tu Virgo Maria, E. Silas; Venl, Creator Splrl- iub, uiimuei: urenu, ocuuueri, in u;uucriory, "I waited for the Lord, Mcndebsolin: Sane- tus, Schubert, In O; Domlnc, Salvain lac Lugi Hordesc.' Kocuidur's Court. Judgo Callsghan had a change In the tactics of the arrested this morning. Invariably here tofore, when the City Attorney drawled out the name of the olfendor aud added tho words "drunk and down" he was nover contrurllet,! "Guilty" was tho word. Hut this morning thoy all pleaded " not guilty." John H'clgmann, James Story, Itomana Gutierrez, John Mul- conyi, j. jtioueiiry anu jamea uooin, in splto of their innocent demeanors aud asseverations, were lined each fi for being drunk and down. One ease was dismissed and two wero con tinued. Total amount of tines, i:tO. Investigators. Yesterday Mr. Ceorgo U. Stumhcrg, city merchant, and Mr. Alf. Mussoy, of Oak Island, stockman, took it into their heads, whllo tho streets worodrying up.to v sltsomeChlnesonn South Florcs strcet.to see for themselves what was being dono thcro In tbo way of opium smoking. Mussey, though a man of "herculean build, gave way to (leorge and tacitly pro nouueed him tho conductor of tho oxK'dltion. On arriving ut the house Rtumbcrg knocked for admission und Immediately the door as ononed br a Chinaman. On tlm innuirv t,ni,. put what was wanted,0orgosald, !'Mu wantee mnokee opium." "How long you smnkoe?" milieu me " a- uiuuuco long tlmo," paid line man. "A miiouco long tlmo," paid go. and Mussoy nodded bis head as If to that's so." "Where you come ftomr" hen asked. "San Francisco, t'Jl'fornco," aay "i'l was then boldly returned Ooorgc. Ho was then i.Hmit ted together with Mussey. Thev wero both highly gratified and Instructed with thclrvlslt. They saw tho who'o operation, IlutMus'oy says that he wouldn't ubu a pipe of tho "nasty stuff for $1000." ' CiTr SANITATION. An Authoritative Opinion on Many Points of Interest to the Citizens; Editor San Antonio Light. Dr. J. Ilrauunagcl, City Physician and Health Officer of 8un Antonio pro Interim, Intends to arrest all citizens keeping their premises In tin clean condition and explains this matter to on Express reporter. As far ns his Intention goes it Is a good ono. Hut, tho fact Is, tho city authorities have employed during many years, and at dllTcront seasons of tho year, sovcral Sanitary Policemen" to look Into this Impor tant matter. From tho statements In this morning's Express It would seem as If nothing had bocu done by these health officers, which Is not the fact. Tho duty of tho Sanitary Police Is to investigate nuisances detrimental to pub lic health and cuforco compulsory measures when and wborover needed and ap proved by tho Health Physician. This method hns been observed beforo. Tho citizens. It Is to bo hoped, will not soon forgot that tho Inauguration of a thorough and effectual method of building and clean ing privies Is duo to tho elforts or Mr. Caen, Our pi Ivy s) stem, but ?i of aycurago, was In a liornnio uuupiuatcu condition in most pans oi ilin nftvJ'ho cointdalnts made some davs airo against the managers of the; privy Inspectors, are unfounded and seem to bear a malaclous character. Soino privies ar 'und our beautiful city sprend inoro 'innoxious evaporations than tho depository, situated 2 miles oittoMbu set tled parts of tho city. Tho evaporations from Its dirt and lllth deposited In the, Immediate, vl nlnltv on tho east and west side of tho town and especially tho offals and decaying mntorlal rrom tne siaugnier-nouses, etc., wncro Hun dreds or buzzards and myriads of tiles gather on their prey, aro by fur moro ob noxious than is tho manner In which tho contents of privies aro taken euro of by tho fertilizing company. From these sources bacteria' and other microscopical organisms originate and aro liable to be sprcud on und Into the humuii organism by means of tho re spiratory or alimentary system, through in noculntlon from mosqiiltoo or lly bites, etc. It must bo remcmbeicd that tbo deposits trnm irlvlcs at tho factory Is converted into fcrtlllz. nir substance, br means of a solldlfvlnir urn. cess with 1 1 mo and other ingredients, thus this matter Is takon caro of at ono placo only, und tho water strata Is too deep to bo rtnehed ami polluted. The. factory is situated on a bill whero the water strata has an Imnionso depth, proved by persons who ilug wells but could not get water. Should tho depository be detri mental t public health on this account, then we undoubtedly would have had an epidemic of typhoid fever, malarial fever, cholera or other diseases of tbo alimentary canal. Tho few eases of measles ami diseases from tho respira tory organs aro iuo to omor uncertain causes, for the fact that they exist in the country us well as In other cities of tho State and nutslde even in greater and moro maligned form than here. So much for this matter. In conclusion. I bear to stato that theso lines are communicated with no III Intent whatover to tho prosent iicaitn uiucor; but I deemed It my duty to say something on a subject con- tut, mokley vs. the exi'iuss. The Assistant City Engineer Strongly Ite- futos the Charges of the Express. To the Editor of tho San Antonio I.iqiit: Ban Antonio, April 2S. Will you havo tho kindness to publish the following urtlelo, which I bad the honor to send yesterday to the Dally Express: Editor Dallr Exnrcss: Tho ircncrnl tennr nf j our attack upon mo In your Issuo of this morning, oy us misrepresentations una false hoods, shows plainly enough that you aro but tho tlgtirehead of skulking assassins, who, uiniuKii juu, mtu wny uiu iu mo earin. This Is very manly, and shows to tho fullest extent tho dignity and Incorruplablllty "f the press, isuuuiu uui uuuui your uuecicu aovo tion to the public Interests were It not that you have lied In the case. You allege "that thoro has been considerable crookedness going on In tho Assistant City E glneer's depart ment." Will you point out a stnglo casoY If you cannot men i snail ciassuv tins as lie. No. 1. Again, you say Mr. Morley's reports of tho abutments of the Abat bridge show a cost of $UW4 10. Now I find by an examination of the uooksoi inouiiy uicrK mat tne cost of tho bridge abutments was 40, showing that Ho No. 2 was a J1300 lie. Again, you say tbut i iiau uniuu csiuuaiuB hi wont per formed upon tho Central school building amounting to $21,000; now as I never made an estimate of any kind unnn the Central school with it.it is clear tout iso.uisaU'l.uuoilo. Hav ing thus established your character for veracity, I havo but llttlo moro time to wasto upon you, but upon a future occasion may deom It best tolllt tho curtain and reveal tho figures mat nave given you your inspiration. Very respoctfully yours, ihaac Mnm.Kv. P. S. In regard to tho charge of crooked ness in my oiuee, i now urami mo editor of the Express as an unmitigated liar, and challenge both him and Ills backers to tho nronf. This olllco Is open not only to tho editor of the Ex press, nut to ovory rospectauio citizen of Han Anlonlo, and every fuclllty will bo furnished mem to prove tiiocuargo. Very respectfully yours, . , . . . Isaac .Mohi.ey. Advertisement. HOW TIIKV FOOLED IIIM. A Loral lleporter Discovers Nlhllist-Pe- nlan Dynamite Case. Some of tho boys put up a Joko on an opium sensational reporter yesterday which wnstho talk of tho city. Ono went and told him that a mysterious paekago had boon received and that It contained nu Infernal dynamite torpedo, He rushed all over tho town, but could not tiaoo Its receipt, because It had not arrived. Another of the conspirators met him and told mm i mi n was ut licrgstrom s nine store; plao Imr his hat at tno buck of his liparl nir lm mil There they fooled him still further, showing blm u case containing u clockwork instru ment that had been wound up. Ho poked itwithhls stick, heard tho omluusworki and camo to the conclusion that it was an In fernal machine. In this tho spectators, who wero In tho conspiracy to delude, or course concurred. Then he returned to tho olllco. The evening papers wero out and ho had, he thought, a big scoop on them. Taking Bomo uiu uinuiBua rejirnu anu uitcring u to suit Bun Antonio, ho made a two-column articlo to show his sagacity and tho daiiucr of the cltv. fortunately for him, somo kind friend re- veaicu mo joo m tlmo to prevent his publish ing a dynamite scare on tho city. HOW ITlHHl'KliAD. The Present Case of Small. pox Traced to Ifencted Clothing. Tho child now alUlctcd with small-pox is named Wallace and rosldos In tho Fourth ward, A relative of tho dceeased child, Adello Wallace, was confined In tho pest house during thocloso of the last opldomlc and was dis charged from the post house as being cured on or about the 5th nf April. Tho disease takes about three weeks to develop and as Adello Wallace went to tho Wallace s on her liberation from tho pest house, there Is llttlo doubt that the child contamlnnted tho disease from her Infected clothing. This shows tho almoluto necessity for the utmost care In tho disinfection of Infected clothing und should warn tho city authorities to oxorclse the great est caro 'n such matter. . Tho child Wallace Is reported as doing well but there Is some reason to fear that other con tagion la Abroad, LOCAL PKItSONALS. Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors and from Various Other Sonroea. Tho wife of Dr. Sloeum Is confined to hsrbod by Illness, ' Mr. W. 11. Hamilton Is visiting Lnrodo on In surants business. Mr. It. J. Carr, of Carrlzo Springs, is a guest at the Vance hotel. Mr. James Kerr, proprietor of the Maxon Springs hotel, Is visiting tho city. Mr. John Uurge. proprietor ef the Alamo Steam Laundry, is 111 with malaria. Mr. W. I). Terrell, and tils tons, stockmen of Corpus Christ!, aro stay Ing at tho Central. Judgo J. F. Crosby, of Houston, has again returned to the city, and is staying at tho Menger. Mr. J. F. Kinsley, advanco manager of the Swedish Ladles' (juartotto Comody company, IS In tho city. Tho Iter. William Howard. D. D., of San An tonlo, Is In Austin. Ho takes charge of tbo First Ilaptist church there on Sunday, May 4. Professor V. Y. Tuvlorand Professor T. O. Harris, front Weathcrford, aro at tho Central. They nre visiting tho city to post themselves on tho system ol conducting common schools. At tho Hotel Maverick D. O. Gillette, Now York; Ueorgo II. and Mrs. Uirlng, Fort Worti ; I,. Mayor, Cnlcago; It. D. Uuwcu, Now Orleans; E. II. Lowls, Iloston; 11. L. llentlcv, Colorado; F. (larcla, J. Hernandez, Plcdras Ncgras; W. T, Tallatenu, Now York. At tho Contra! Hotel -James E. Smith, St. Louis; M. II, White, Concho; (1. Wallace, Sab Inal; T. L. Lowe, Begulu; W. Gardner, Austin; 0. Murphy, lice county; O. Florin, Fayott rlllo; L. Sohartz, Houston; N. Fowler, W. Shannon, Wllllo C. Shanuon, J. D. Snallham, Weathcrlord; James White, Huston; W. 11. Wells, Laredo; M. Murphy, I lee county. At tho Hord Hotel J. E. Cahlll, Charles Pillar, Lullng; J. Fciilmnrc, Alexandria, Intl.; Victor Jncoba, (Inlvcston; It. .1. Shropp, J. T. Shropp, VT, McDonald. Missouri; Captain Craw ford, Now Vot k; W. O. Tompkins, Cotul'n; Y. M. Homier, C. L Holllus, Gainesville; S. U. Horden, fthurpsbilrg: A. A. llurck, Hockdale; J. Hoscnllcld, Laredo; J. N. Ncul, Toronto, Canada. At the Menger Hotel B. O. Thompson, II. Hiichanan, J. F. Crosby und son, Houston; It. Marsland. Philadelphia; W. II. Taylor, San Frunclsco; Dr. J. II. Taylor, J. U. Melllfont, G. L. Ely, it. Van Slyke, Now York; U. P. Haxtcr, Navasota; John Tcrhuue, S. Hot nir, Mntawan, X. J.; II. Strauss, Cincinnati; F. W. Hicks, Montreal, runnda; II. A. Drown, Toledo, O.; O. Ellis, Uvaldo. LIGHT SPAItKS. The Irish-American society meet to-night In Meyer's ball. A Sweedlsh quartetto oompuny arc to ap pear In Turner hall on May 4. -The llrltlsh association had n business meeting last titght in Struvu's hall . Tho Gas company have nt length decided to lay gas pipes on North Florcs street. llrakesman Morris, of tho Sunset, Is down with measles ut Mrs. Carter's boarding house. Conductor Cook, whoshot Train Dispatcher llealy, Is now employed on tho Sunset rail road. The complimentary hop to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schraiu takes place this ovenlng at tho springs. Dewberries are coming In In small lots. Tho crop Is far from being outrageous this year. Fresh, rlpo, sweet, Juicy oranges from California on sale In San Antonio. The llrst arrived yesterday. If the weathor is good tho Teutonlo Sing ing society will hnve u picnic on "unduy lu thu 1. uvernla crossing grove on the Salado. Tho translont travelers are visibly slacken- lnir un. Immigrants. Prospectors and actual settlers are arriving, aud they are greeted eor- aiauy. All those having received Invitations tn tho Teutonlo picnic, to take placo to-morrow, April J. will meet at Tumor hall at (ttSO o'clock harp. Dr. Lowry Is somewhat unfortunate, ilia family, who recently had u narrow escapo from death from poisoning, are now ailllctod with measles. Thousands of dollars are sent tn St. T.miU annually for horso radish. It will grow here In Southwestern Texas to perfection. Farm ers and gardeners try It If you doil't believe It. The black mud that will oozo from l.ri.i.nili the thin coating of gratel put on tho streets by uiu tiij i; liinuiiuHj uiiiuciiiug aucr me re cent rain and In time will soon be pulverized Into dust, blinding and sickening. Strawberries, small, stunted and of nucs tlonabloago aro showing themselves In the fruit stalls and shop windows. Whon will our irardenors devote themselves tn tlm nullum ni tho " queen of fruit," us Soyer used to call tho sirawocrry. Great Uargalns lu Houses and Lots, llock house and flno lot with Mower gardon anu grape nrunr, noar avcuuo u, ror -'llW. Two houses on one lot on avenue D, for $1KW. Nloo "cottage on Ban Pedro amnio, o rooms, 2(KI0. I ' Hock houses near Alamo street, $1200, $1000, Two nU now houses near Suusot depot, Lots forsulo in ull parts of the cltv. W. E. HiLTON, 208 West Houston street. BHEH1' FOItSALE. One Lot 500 Kwos. " " wo " " " 1200 " " " 1800 Ewes and Lambs. " " i00 Ewes and Wethers. " " 55C0 Sheep with lease of ltaneho. " " 700U Sheep with Iciibo of ltaneho. CHAllOT, MOSS 4i CO. WOOL COMMISSION HOUSE. Wo aro tiropared to recclvo Wool on conslgn- u.vuh umaiuK vv., "vaneeinents on same. , , lillAJlur, MU33 SI UO wl-tf San Antonio. Texaf, Just received by tho San Antonio Ilrlck companv ono car load of Austin lime, now for sale at iE9 Crockett streot, ut $1, DO per barrel APPiy 10 ioui iiurrisun, oeerctary, Bt Boledad """' 4-sn-;)t. For chcaii Information worth money, npply to-Ed. llusliiess Cliiincos. fully tho Ilourding houses lu good location; also fur nished houses. Furniture for salo and houses to rout. A Hotels in clly and country wholo or half In turcst, V.E. HILTON, f08 West Houston street. Ilallruud Suits A snoclalty nt J. Josko & Son's, Alamo street, near postoUlco. 3-211-tf Now goods at Pancoast & Son's for spring and summer lust in. tiltiiulloii Wanted. Ily a Ilrst-class dry .goods and clothing sales man, who has been employed In San Antonio for four years. Can speak four langiiaircs. Address box 1), this olllco 4-28-at. On tn F. Mesch, on Garden streot, for' fresh etiiiwueri'loH. 4-38 at. atnformation that Ed. givci it worth alt ho DOWN GO OUR PRICES! In order to mnko room for a Largo Spring Slock now being selected in New York wo havo PRICES ! On many of our goods, and tho puhllo Is only asked to call and scco us to bo satisfied that We Mean Business ! All our departments aro comploto, and you can havo n largo assortment to select from. J. JOSKE&SONS, I MUST BLUSH! Just Think of It I A First-Class Afternoon Local Paper Only 10 Cents a Week-Delivered by Carrlors. The San Antonio Light, GlU'ord, Johnson Winter, Props., No. 210 East Coinmerco C. F. FROMMER, Practical Book-Binder and Ruler, SOLEOAD STJM3ET, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. County Wank Hooks a specially. All work guaranteed to be first-class. Competition in prices defied. , 4-25-tf A. A. WOLFF, Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas. New Goods Every Week ! Prices Lower Than Ever ! ! Bargains all over tho houso. Seeing is boliovinsr. HIRE ME I wont to tell about Jn "JESLJkJE&JST dte CO?S. ;:TEIcgant Drees Gingham nt m, 10 and KM cents. iarrngtry Droos Lawns at A cents jut ynrd. tif" Lonsdale lllenchcd Domestic, yard wide, He. S3 FOREST MILL ULEACUED DOMESTIC VMi THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES At SIMON MOHHIR' (o show (hn puhlio tho lntest stylos of fl ENT8', YOUTHS' AND CIULDItKN'S CLOT1IINO. Also tho most elegant and complete llnca of Gents' Furnishing Goods That over was shown In this city, both In stylo and prlco. Comoand rouvlnco yourself. 8T1U0TLY ONE PHICE ONLY. No trouble to show goods. No. 44 Commerce Street, Ottoman Silks And satins. In all colore nnd stylo, Persian lawns, nun's veilings In ull shsdesjust received at Josko li Sous', Alamo street. 3-Sii-tf If you want to buy good gold und silver watches, chains aud Jewelry cheap goto the Trustees sales, No. Sil Coinmerco street. Ed. only asks $1 for Information. Now spring clothing and haw Just In. Panuoabt & Son. Notice, Heavy supplies dally will bo received nt my depot, onposlto und south of San Fernando cathedral, Onlan street, (hi I rug all summer season. (4-i)-lw) John Kinaiian. Card rocolvcrs, cuko baskots castors, lco pitcher, butters tea sets, triple and quadruple plato at 21 Coinmerco street, Trustees tale. I,,,-l),-o oil...... ,,l.,.., ,,.,l.... .! fl. and triplo and quardruplo silver and plutcii wuro go to Trustees 611I0 SI Commerco street.) , 4-8-lm. PIcco goods by tho suit or yard lor spring. Pancoabt & BON. Hoys' Clothing, Ono of tho largest stocks in tho city, can be found at J. Josko & Sons', Alamu plazu. IMtf-tf Formplo and qunrd mplo silver plntod wuro go to tho Trustee sale, Commerco street. 4-B-lm Flno, Kresh Country Ilutter Is dally received ut flllbort's fruit store, No. 4 Houston street. 4 -0-1 in For Rule, A flno ftnddln horse, with saddle nnd brldlo, al most new. Hniso has boon worked to harness. Impilrout IIiIb mil 00, 4-U-tf FrcBh drugs and chemicals at City Drugstore No. a Commerco street. 2-wk. ALAMO PLAZA. Street. Flno Job Printing it Specialty. A HALL tho 110S8 HA Ita AINS to bo had at San Antonio, Texas. They All Do It I Thoy buy their wines nnd liquors nt Hurry I luuni & Co.'s store on (kimmerco streot, and thus suvo 2.'. mt cent, on their purchases. A flno selection of toilet urtleles at the City Drug store, No. b Commerco btroot. S-wk. Ami Kllll Another Car load of line ussortod furnlturo nrrlved for Wollfon jesterduy. It will Ihi unloadod to day, together with his latest Invoice or sum mer mattings, llncolcums. heavy cocoa mat tings, und houso, onico and hall furnishings. Just Kucelved ut Josko's. A largo ussorlmcnt of gcnls', boys' and youths' ready mudo clothing. Call nnd sec them. i 3-i.D-tf New arocorles. j LOW PHI015S AND ntOMPT DELIVEllY. ! Bullewuehoku & Hahihs. 407 Houston St. Itullroud Tickets Ilought, sold und exchanged ut my olllco. In Thompson's book more. 1W7 Commerce Btroot. Reduced rutea to all points. O-lm W. II. IlAUNKTT. Tho llnost lino of plceo goods for tho spring and suuimor to bo found In tho Stntout . Pancoabt Si Bow. The Uloho'a Free Concerts. J1,1" ovotilng concerts nt tho (Hobo saloon, t7?,.Bt C,!!"morc? Blrc-'t- ttr nttrnctliig at JSJI ,.,? ..'I0. Porfprmances embraeo works rrom the llrst mnstors. Vocal muslo within "Wing pf this. Visitors to tho city solicited to glyotho Ulohon call. Flno refreshments, "atahles and a fragrant nmoko, with polite ut 'endaneo always to bo bad. 8-14-flm w. D. WitiaiiT, Proprietor