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$10,000 11EWARD Fur auy one selling game qual ity of liquor as cheap an we do, by Hie bottle, gallon, lmrrel or cnrloml II I J 11 CO. lio only place In San An lonlo to find fine old California wines, In any quantity, and at low figures It at IIA11KY IIADM CO., 1)0 1. W. 110.72. Snn tlntonio, ITcyns, flDon&nv, fiDnrcb 24, t8S4. Sen Cents n "CClccft San Antonio Light i KAHN I GO'S Column. Special announcement fur SUMMER GOODS I Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargain p. i HiX) pieces lace buntings nt . cents per yard. 7IH) pieces llgiircd law ns nt " cents per yard. IIOU pieces blenched sheeting, yard wide, 1 J yards for $1. aXXIpfcces fancy points nt " cents per yard. ". pieces bed ticking nt ii cents per yard. Also in stock elegant lines of lADII3S' K.MItltOIDF.IlHI) Dress Patten! SATEENS! iotti:i SWISS' iitrrriui SWISS tfATO WIUTfi GOODS. All tlw above will positively be sold nt greatly ' Sff I GOODS, "'' REDUCED PRICES! tfiy-Our ladles' neckwear department cannot bo surpassed In quality, stylo or price. IfSTA very large stock of cotton ging hams, and seersucker; also, full lino of linen tolle dunord nt lt)o., 12 1-L'c, l!io. and 20c. per yard. tQ5Our boot nnd shoo department is now complete, In all Us branches, and this stock will bo sold nt extremo low llgurcs. tSyOur gents' clothing, furnishing goods and hat department la full, nnd the styles nnd quality nre unsurpassed. 6!fA- few pieces of llrussolls nnd In grain carpeting In stock, nnd will be sold at Now York cost. Call and sco us. A. KAHN & CO., Cor. Slain plazn and West Commerce st. FOSTER'S FUNERAL. The TlnrJ Victim ol the Fata'l llth Gimlgnel ' the t.irlh. Joe Foster, the third victim of tl.e Intnl night orthe 11th, nt the Vaudeville theatre, was consigned to the earth yeJ terday afternoon. Although engaged In n business not recognized as lcgnl, nor countenanced by society In n niora.1 sense, Foster wns a man who Blood well nnd wns respected by nil clnsscs. lie wns addicted to none of tho vices so common to men In his walk or life. lie neither Indulged In Intoxicating liquors nor used touacco. nnd was regarded ns n quiet, reserved nnd peneenblo man who cnnllned his attention strictly to his own business nnd never interfered with others, ills most serious dlllicutty In life previous to Die night ho wns fatnlly shot, wns at the origin of the feud which has sent Jnck Harris, lien Thompson, K.'ng Fisher nnd himself to their mini account. Ills funeral yester day wns largely attended, and the num ber or vehicles In lino was ocr 00. Among thohowho witnessed the last ceremonies oer Ills remains were snmu of the niott prominent citizens, though the attendance wns largely composed of members of tho sporting Irnternlly. Itov. John W. Nell, pastor or the First l'rcsbytcrlan church olllcln ted at the obsequies, which wcro botlr Impressive and solemn. .Mr. Foster wns comfottniiv llxed llnnnclnlly, nnd leaves n wife ami ninny warm friends to mourn his untimely death. Pence to ids ashes. BAPTIST CHURCH YESTERDAY. An Interesting Sermon Preached by Mr. Mitchell His Analytical Powe s. A highly delectable sermon wns preached nt tho Jlnptlst church Sunday morning by the 1'ev. W. .1. Mitchell, of Slarshnll, Texas, the text of which wns, "Lovcst 'i'bou Me?" tnken from tho breakfast conversntlon between Peter nnd our Lord, by tho side of Lake Tilic rias. The text of his sermon In thn evening was, '.'And Simeon took Htm up in his arms," tho occasion on Vthlch Simeon Hist met Christ. .Mr. Mitchell pleaches entirely extem poraneously; ho writes not n single note, mid Is olio of the most nnalvtic.il preach ers yet heal i! In the. city, lie talks about "The throbbing of the core of tho henit of n man's most secret thought," vt Idch means be not only dUseots and lays open it man's most secret thought, hut ho goes further; ho searches deeper, and eventually lays hare the Inner recess, the heart, tho core, or, In other words, tho very cause from which this secret thought arises. To many this nppears somewhat Incomprehensible, even super natural, lint no, there Is nothing un natural or supernatural about it. Thought rending Is as yet a half opened chest. It Is n science, nnd Is bo regnrded by scieutlllo men. llishop, the thought reader, has astonished the scicntillc world, and took London by storm. .Mr. .Mitchell preaches to-nlglit at tho llaptlst church. HAPPY CHILDREN The Lilile O.tes In. Masque Tun 1 the Casino Lost Night. Uesplto the Inclement weather nnd pouring rain, the little ones had a jolly tlmo nt their masquerade ball nt the Cnslno hall Saturday night. Early In the evening tho hall was crowded nnd the scene presented wns brilliant nnd animated. The costumes wero rich, unique', and many of them original. Tho hnppy children wero soon whirling around the room to the notes of lino muslo and the waning elements without In no way marred the complete pleasure of the evening. The older folks who were present seemed to enjoy them selves in wnlohlng the little ones. The committees saw that everything wns done to promoto tho success of tho night Mid they deserve credit for the smooth ness nnd cxoolieneo which marked tho occasion. A mugnlllcent supper was spread nnd tho yotinstcrs showed their keen appreciation of the good things of this life by doing' ample justice to the feast prepared fur thein. Afternn even ing of unalloyed pleasure the masks were thrown uslde nnd tho children turned homeward todrentn of tho hnnpy scenes through which they had Just passed. The ball wns very successful, nnd moat cxoellcntlyinnnnged nnd every courtesy wns shown the Invited guests nnd dancers. The Cnslno seldom ever housed a happier throng. THE ALAMO. Its Craduj' Dostrucllon Msjor French's Letter to the Governor Concerning Its Protect'on, JInyor French this morning received a letter from a person named Corteze Cox, In which she conveys to him the Intelli gence that It Is obvious to the eye, how tourists visiting the city cut oil und take away with them pieces of the Alamo, I s mementoes of their visit here mid of the glories of the past, nnd In time, If nothing Is done to stop such piracy, this nnolcnt spot where our forefnthers fought for their liberty, will present Indeed a sorry sight. Tho Mayor has therefore written to the Governor, stating these facts and ask ing for something to bo dono for the Alamo's protection. Tho city, at ono time, did propose to buy It, nnd wrote to tho Legislature concerning such ar rangements. The Leclslature In re ply purchased the Alamo, but did no further for It. Things have, Indeed, come to n pass when n spot dyed with the blood of liberty, where stone and grating, nlcho and cornice, speak In mute but nnneallnir voices of those who fought and died for home and coun try at great freedom's call, should ho desecrated. Now Is the moment for the people of Sn Antonio to preserve and guard this memory of a by-gono age, re plete with glory and ni'maied with the tongue or lame. Twenty-flvo dozen slightly damaged fered on Monday nt s'. JIayku's. PERSONAL. Items Cleaned From the Hotel Corridors and Various Other Sources. Mrs. .Major F. S. Dodge Is at the Mcnger. Mr. J. Y. Dwyer, of New Mexico, Is visiting the city. Mr. and Mrs. K. lloppe, of St. Louis, nro registered tt the Mcnger. Dr. Klngsley Is doing well, nnd now gets nlong with ono crutch. ilcsso W. Urnvltt, of licit county, Is In the city in search of health. John F. Flint, F.sq., one of tho young members of the Waco bar, Is In the city. Mr. W.Jones und Mr. I!. II. Dodd, of Kagle I'nss, arrived nt the Menger tills morning. Mr. K. I. Dnvls, of Throckmorton county, Is buying n number of houses In Snn Antonio. Mr. Kll and .Monro llnggctt, two brothers, from ltcll county, und large farmers, nre In the city prospecting. .Mr. T. J. Ilrown, of Normal, Illinois, has arrived hero for tho purpose of re ceiving cattle, bought la?t firll from Schcltier llros. Mr. Dodson, brother of the Hev. W. If. Dodson, Is In town from Seguln. People thero nre hnppy over two henry rains, and says farming prospects nro splendid. Tho Lioiit received a pleasant ciill from Mr. J. Case, of Laredo, yesterday. He Is lit tho city for the purpose of pur chasing steel and iron bars, nnd a largo Invoice of mining materials for an F.ng- llsh syndicate In Mexico. The Plato Case. Tho status of tho Plato cn'e in the 1'nlted States comt Is unchanged, savo that t'me lias been granted him to tile his motion for a new trial and to inter poso nny pleas In his behalf his attorney may deem proper. In this connection the Linux desires to remark that Its object is to give facts ns they really cx!st,nnd to avoid under all circumstances even tho appearance of doing Injusiico to anyone. In view of his fact we rcpilnt here the following paragraph taken from onr Saturday's cue : 'Colonel Plalo seemed to he In court n. n great disadvantage und the testi mony of his own deputies as to any facts In his favor was only elicited by hard questioning on tho part of Colonel Upson." This Information, ns Indeed nil we had re'nllngto this case, wns furnished our lcpor.er by what wo deemed good authority. Since Snturday wo learn that the deputies referred to are Colonel llrcwsler nnd Mr. J. W. Clarke, who arc Colonel Pluto's chief dcmitles. his confi dential olllcers and friends, nnd ns good men ns live, men of Inteirrltvnnd lovnlto truth nnd Justice, mid wholly lncupnblo of duplicity or double dealing. They were simpiy witnesses in tue case, nnu answered only questions asked, and were steadfastly the friends of Colonel Plato. As an evidence of the fuct when the ver dict "guilty!' fell upon tho ears of the court, both of them stepped forwnrd and made tho bond forColonel Plato. H o have said so much bv wuv of cor rection and In Justice or two good men. The LiiniT claims for Itself the strength io rigut wrong ii it can, nt nny anu uu times. A Denial. Two of the local reporters of the Times called upon the I.iqut Saturday evening and requested the statement to bo made that neither of them were the "religious reporter" referred to In the article In the Light Saturday, headed "A half dollar will pass." Thlsinornlng tho following was left at tho olllco with request to puuiisu: 't'ho unilerslirned have been Informed by Mr. T. II. Johnson, of the Liunr, that tho nnlclo wns piibllsued at tho Instance of Mr. William Sliiims. manager of the Vaudeville tiicalre. nnu that Mr. nlniius had reference to the Times In his state ment. We thereforo declare that, In so fur ns the statement, In whole or In part, rc- rcrs to tno limes or nny ono now con nected with It. It Is a malicious false hood, and we, Individually and col lectively, hold ourselves necountablo for mis ueciarntion. Signed ns follows : William Ferguson, editor; O. II. P. Garrett, olty editor; M. II. Clnytor, business manager; J. F. Untie, .Jules Appier, reporters; G. F. Slgniond. Tho nrtlclo In tho Limit did not men tion the paper, nor give the name of any ofthenbove signatures, nnd whenever the LiiniT does so It will bo nreuared to publish tho sworn ntlldavits of Manager sininis, jir. Biappenocou, tno ucKet seller, nnd tho door keeper as proof. Recorder's Court. Tom Helium, W. Kennedy, W. II. Vincent, llradlcy, Ellison, Natlvldad, W. Mahon, drunk and disorderly, $3 each; Annie Lylo and Lily Church, vag rants, S3 or fi days ench; W. Hcflln, dls- orderly, 53; Josephine Scott, reckless driving, ?3; Henry Sklllln, carrying a pistol, $23; J.J, llenson, striking, $3; Pendergrast, Iniultlng language, $3; Mrs. Johnson, striking Sam Yec, 53; Gilbert Jordan, disorderly, 53; Thomas Smith, nuarrelim? and iltrhtinir. ! Tom Smith, Tom Weaver, Henry Sklllln and John Williams, dismissed; John Woods and Snm Yce, continued. Ynulhrul Burnllrl John Hnynes and Will Hnyncs, aged 15 nnd 10. resncctlveh'. wer Inlleil Snt. urday night upon tho charge of robbing a peuuier. jiany oi tne stolen goons leased his guilt. Their den was searched and other stolen property found. There seems to bo a gang of youthful hurgl operating In tho city. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE CATTLE DISEASE IN KANSAS-END OF THE SCARE. Another Coal Mine Disaster Senator Bijard on the TarllT Lynch Law In Kansas Other Kens. (Inflow, March 9J. Tho steamer Austral, oftlic Liverpool nnd New York service of the Anchor line, made u trial trip on tno i ivucyesicriiayanit attained specu oi I. knots per nour. CitiCAiio, .March 22. Tho Dally News' Petersburg (111.) special snys : Tho Jury In the Carpenter mtirdertrlnl returned ti verdict or not itulltv lit the onenltui of court tills morning. They were out nil nigui. Ni;w Voiik, March 22. General I'homas Dockery, who served In the Confederate tinny, nnd has been acting ns fiscal agent here for tho city or Hous ton, Texas, wos arrcrstcd to-day for abandoning his wife. Last year ho married n Masfachusetts lady nnd brought her to this city. After living with Iter about n year he deserted her. He gave bonds to pay his wife n weekly stipend. Cincinnati, March 22. lly an explo- S'on orthe wlreworks or the establish ment of Dlehl & Co., this morning, three men were seriously burned about tho face and head. They nre Thomas Dlehl, Georgo Johnson and F.dward Flnnlgnn. After tho explosion the roof fell In on tho men, holding them till help arrived. Flnnlirnnd'edshortlvnfterirettlturhomc. Johnson, the foreman, wnslindly burned nuout tno ncau, inco nnu nanus, incut wns ulso severely burned. Mi:xtco, March 12. '1 ho first through train of Pullman enrs, with passengers, leaves to-day for Chicago, the permis sion or the Government being received. The parly consists or 30 distinguished persons. Mexicans nnd Americans. Gen eral Frclrrht and l'usacnircr Airent Par ker is going In n prlvntocarto Host on to make arrangements to nitract sum mer tourists to Mexico, five Hundred tourists are expected In May. KanasGiiy,Mo., March 22. A Marys- vllle, Kansas, dispatch says: About 40 ma3kcd men went to tho jail last night and five- of them entered the Jailor's res idence, presented revolvers nt his head and compelled hlmtoopentliejall doors, when Samuel Travcr. convicted of the murder or John Pennington nnd wire, was then taken out nnd conducted to the wagon bridge at the southern part orthe town anil hanged. Ho Is said to have made a full confession, stating he had no accomplice In tho murder. Tho mob was very quiet, nnd dispersed as sooo us tho grim work was dono. Nkw Yomt, March 22. Senator liny ar J sent a letter to bo rend at the meeting of tho Tammany and General committee last night, In which he used the follow ing language: "Tho subject of tho tariff reform Is one or pressing and undeniable Importance. Tho Incrustation oi abuses, which had been engendered by ill-con sidered tax laws, passed In tho excited- titncsoi war anu to supply temporary exigencies, must be broken through, and n lho uemocraito party lias any plain duty, It is to tnko an honest, straight forward, unmistakable step In the direc tion of reducing und simplifying the present unequal, complicated ami ob scure tarltl' system." ltesolutlons favor ing the reduction of tariff, and approv ing the Morrison tariff bill, were unan imously nuopted. Chicago, March 22. Tho public was Invited to witness tho four-round con test at tho Shady llcsort, known as tho liucktnghain, on Fourth avenue, to night, between two local boxers named Tom Anderson and James II. Dalton,nnd the affair, It was announced, would bo Interesting from the fact that some feel ing existed between the two men. After four preliminary passes Dalton struck jfniierson several Heavy nice mows, when the countenance of the latter was shown to be covered with blood from apparently deep gashes. I he police parted the men and one of them seizing Dalton disclosed the fact that both his cloves were fastened with Iron buckles. which served tneirpnrposo in mumming Anderson. Tho contest was not per muted to proceed, nut no arrests wcro inane. Siiamoki.v, Pa., i' lch 22. Two men wero killed and a tl "d was seriously In jured by the explosion of sulphur yes terday at Carson colliery, near this place. Zeactarias, llennlnger and Cuvcl Gntenbausky, Hungarians, were work ing stdo by side In a narrow chamber only four feet high. They were on their knees about 20 yards down In the cham ber with Peter Suppalskl, engaged In drilling. It is thought foul gas must have accumulated In a crevice above the heads of llennlnger and Galcnbausky, for suddenly u tcrrlhlo report sounded through the mine, followed hr the tail ing of tho roof of oonl. Two miners wcro hurled down the narrow passage, GO feet, flattened nnd scraped against tho surface of tho rocks, and a great mass or coal and slato weighing three tons fell upon Oatenbausky, mangling and crushing his body. Ills flesh wag burned and twisted, and when his re mains wero removed the skin hung In Unveil shreds. llennlnger was also bad ly mutilated. Supnalskl wns burned about the hands ami face, and his beard ami nair were snriveicd up to tne hkhi anu scaip. Nkosiio Falls, Kan., March 22. Tho following veterinary surgeons have been in consultation here and have made a, thorough examination of the alleged foot and mouth dlseaso among rattle In this locality: Dr. lleattlc, Chicago; Dr. I). K. Salmon, veterinarian for the department or agriculture; Dr. M. Truinhower, Sterling, 111.; Dr. Georgo C. Favllle, Col orndo Sta.e Agricultural college; Dr. E. h. Haggard, an old Scotch surgeon, now or Lexington, Ky,; Dr. Harris, Lexlng- on. Kv.. and Dr. Stacker. Inwn. Thcsn gentlemen nro positive they hnvo dis covered iiib source ot ineiroiime, aminii agree It la not the eplzootlo aphtha, lack ing many of the Important symptoms of that disease. It Is not caused by a lack of rare, neither Is It originated by nlknll ii a i it. ii in not n contagious disenso wnnicver, ns not a new ease lias nt penred for a week 111 tho Infected herds, although the weather has been moist nnd warm. Dr. Salmon snys Hint as soon us he saw tho cattle ho thought of ergot, nnd they proceeded to examine the hay. Tills had not been dono before. They found that it contained n Inrgo amount of wild rye, which wns full or ergot. The surgeons nil sav they never saw 1-20 iiart a much ergot 111 n bunch or feed. The theory Is Hint the ergot, by contract ing the blood vessels nnd otherwise retarding the circulation In tho extremi ties, cause the feet to freeze. This ends the great scare. War of Rices. A Cliinain.iii.nml a woman became In volved in n row In the neighborhood of the Sunset depot and tho' woman pro ceeded to knock the celestial out with n loi lies note. ( omnlaltiM wore illeil against both of them and they wcro inierviewed ny mo itrcnrdcr nt Ills iinnnco mis morning. Changes on Ihe Tecos. Mr. Allensworth, the well known con tractor, Is in town. At present ho Is widening banks between hero nnd Waco. Heavy work Is expected on tho Pecos, ns n shortening of thn lino will tnko plncc. Tho new track will he built threo miles above the Pecos, striking tho main lino nt Vlnngnroon. Thus tho great bends on tho ltlo Ginndo will bo avoided, nnd tho moat dangerous part of tho road will not be traversed. Dress Goods! Dress Coodst Through the efforts or Mr. A. A. Wolff wo have succeeded In establishing our selves as agents for the following noted brands: XXX nun s vclllnuft.ln the most beautiful combinations and variety or designs; Plckard, Freres fc Co., Ant werp, sateens, i.est assured tlicv nro novelties, nnd should bo seen bv all. i nion, iiiooon cc tyo.'s poiKa nuns veil ings in niinossiuie similes and color nirs Also many otner styles, which ccriauuv must no seen io ue nnnreciaied. uotno one. Cotno all. Wolff & Maiix. Mr. Braden's Work. County Commissioner llrnden started down to Conversoyeslcrdny with n view to consult with several land owners as to tho changing or roads and tho cost ensuing therefrom. The land owners, however, did not sco lit to stir out on such a very beautiful day, and Mr. lira den returned with no arrangements made. Some tune this week be will take Mrs. Whitehead, a lunatic, to her sister at Weatherford, and Mrs. Goetz, another Insane percon, to her husband lit Hound HOCK. Defective Surveying i:.tlt or S.in Anionic) I.ljiht: Sax Antonio, Mnrch 21. In the nrtlcle headed as above, of Saturday last there arc some m'fcstutcmcnts. 1'lease correct Tho suggestions In lengthening tho sur veyor's chain Is: 1-0 Inoh per vnra, 10-(i, or 1 1-2 Inches tier 10 varus chain. 27 tcct 11 Indies; nnd per 20 vara chain :il-;i inches lengthened makes (m icct in incites, uv tins so lengtucncd cnain measure old marks and comers mado by former surveyors will nearly bo reached n lid a contraction oi same nvoiucd. KllBCIIK Tho Herse Thleies. This morning two of tho quartette of horso thieves who were arrested a few days ago, made application, through their attorneys, for a habeas corpus hear ing. Tho writ wns granted, hut tho time of the trial Is not yet tiled . Sheriff McCntl received this morning n telegram Coryell county, asking 'him to Jiold nil lour oi mo men cnpiureii, nnu stating mat tuev were wnnieu lor tne rouncrv or n store. Thev will all nrobablv llnd quarters at Iluntsvillo before the end or n year. TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORT. Reported Specially for the Light by S. S. Floyd & Co., Brokers. NEW VOIIK, UARCII 1 Ciitlon-epote linn: midland IHd-.ilee ITS uaioa. 1 uturue, oureiy uioauy, Hmch 11.1fJtlt.10 April u.iii'isii.-'u Muy WMMUn Juna.. 1MIIU Files, hales tiT,(0 ClllOAOO, MARCH -I. Mav whrit wotik lOfio Itwllin. tnibhele .1i.UO Hhipmrnts, tiusbt'ts. 4t,C) Corn-weak r.:?o Itco-lpli, bushels X0M3 fhlpminte. buhel 1U.0O Mom l'orlc-Stomly ISH7I4 lanl-etendy mil lloirs-rcojipu, lii-nd S.CCO NKW OIII.KANS, MARCH 21 Ootlnn -no!, firm: midland in I.VICe; sale, ojj uuiee; ruiurce, narciy aiiimj March 11.25 April I1.02ll.i!fl way Juno July AUKIIS.... September .lljaiailJM .tl.iMcll.Id ll.',740ll.M .loeiwiio.ir; October in.714tiu.7l Balra, bales i.ivtiieooi, MARCH Cotton eMtt, hardening. Uplands. Orleans Bates, bales Ileecipts, baloa BpoculaUonam!oxK)rt,bak'a -. MM ri.no S.HJ0 E ABRAHAMS, 206 COMMERCE ST. Ill Sell yon for Casb only as Follows : 10 rounds Cut I.nnr Sugar for $1.00. It) rounds (Iranulatcil Sugar for J1.00. 12 l'ounds l.est Ilrown Sugar Tor $1.00. T l'ounds Choice lilo Coffee for $1,011. 1 (iallon Choice Louisiana Molasses for ffl renin. Siignr-Cured Hams for 15o. n pound, I (lallon (lood Table Wine for 7.o. II rounds Turkish l'runes for $1.00. Also n full Hue or Staple nnd Knncy Croeerlesnt Iluttoin l'rlccs. Call and Be Convinced nt 20U Commerce street. E. ABRAHAMS. TURNER OPERA HALL. ruiMiiAt' MARCH 2MP25, Grand Comic Boom, icstayer's TOURISTS. IN A ri'I.I.MAN PAI.ACi: CAB. N'cw songs, new dances, now nalace car. We nre nil right up to the present time. Scnh) or prices : $100; gnllery GO cents Kcservcd Bents at Itlscho's, without ex tra charge. C. II. llishop .March IK). The Vaudeville Theatre, Ti. H. SIMMS, General Manager. Our Inlmltablo concourse of Infallible talent for tho evenings of MARCH 21, 25, 2(5. Tliewholoto i?irln with tlio oiori!clallnji,jr laualmble act entitle. BEASLEY'S DOG. Sam lime Tnncv uediluvi IliiUOrneu .. . HlStlvntor IliX'slur'a Ikiir. .11 O I II A Ilnirir Vlecca ut cloth, tears, bru itea, etc by company. M uMc hath charmatoaontl o 11 e aavairo breaat- Our Ocheatnt will now llirutr It until you can't l'artll-Our AllSlarOtlo. Led by lho I.yrlo iticen Mjaa j.i ijia huba. Followed by our a-lflM citormlnaUr of sor- -BU a 1.VJ.311.H. OSIK SIMMONS. Next cotueathe inan of many faces CIIAHL1R Mil Aa ino Bneony uomea ueaicr. A few momenta with the pctito-MISS MAY tjulctilyaucrwdcl bv thn rer ntmilnir Can- irainro anna ji.nniQ ituw aiiii. Thonwn have lho Incrraparablu comedian JAK1. WIl.KV. After which wd Introduce tho dn.htnir Borlo uotiiio-iis3 m ii.iar; iiAViiHruiii. The very Laughable. Ethiopian Intnrludo entitled Fooling the Old Man. Old (Irnnlertna tat war path) Charlie Fryo rbarlca Auiriialua (a loter) .Jakn Wiley imy un mo wun unancpj.- jennieuowari 1'eto (a inlnchlevout servant). . ..Ed. Sylvester other characters by company. A few momenta more wltli-M18S I.YDIA ItOSA. Tho iprlsbtly dAnaeuac-MI33 KITTY SMITH. A llttlo bit late, but wo know you will watt to aeo tho beat team evor plavcd Hi tha Plate, tha "Conuo Mokf"-VII.HY ANI1 TilOVfl'SON-ln tbalr truthfully ordinal and excoodlDKty mlrth.provoklng specialty JUST FROM OMAHA. Introducing annRB and dtncea parodies, puns, and Billy Kersand's latest hft, "Tbere'a a Now Coon In Town." Ononmnrowo welcome tho olurmlnir MIB8 JUSIK HtMltON?. The fasctoatlBir duo of ozeeedlntrly beautiful vorallstaTltli SMITH HISTKKS-Kltty and Mar. In their cboloe aolectlon of ever picas Inir aerlO'OOralo erfualona. Beautiful lu face, enchantlnir In form nnd uncxoeptlonably In vocal attainments Oneo rnnrA to tbo fiont-MISS JKNNIE MOW A lit). Tho poor old niaid-J. W TIlOMrSON. Iloatro-E'a-ane, a seeond vtalt br the ever welcoine-Mlsa MILI.I1I DAVENTOHT. Ororture Orclicstra Your onjoyintnt la In complete unit you soo tho alterploce. Thawhol' toooncludowttti CiIAKMRFUYU'S afteriteoo, onlltled INDIANS FOR TWO. JoAfta Tao Charlta Frjo Fat Hweenoy J, W, Thompson Hill dU Id..:., ,.,...Jako Wiley Yell-Much (a chief) .....VA, Sylvester Wvnekalcata, arrows, stakes, toinahatchcts, rad lire, eta, by coaapnny.