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$10,000 reward , . 7 1 01ft California Wiies ! Far any one selling game qual- g k t "V ""V I a 11110 0n'r IlflC0 l 8&n ltyof Urniorascheapaswedo, J m ll I 11 I 1 I I V-J III tonlotollnd flne o'ld CallfomU SS RftUon barTC,or 1 ill 1 LUl 11 v7 Ulwl 1 iHr0 Mdlt MAltBY BAUM & CO. ' nARK baum: co.. San Hntonlo. Scyrifc, jfri&afc Hprfl 18, 1884. Zen Cents a Wee ft Wol. 1HD. 1R0. 94. X t1 ft A. EAHN I Column. Special announcement for sn GOODS THE BOARD OF HEALTH. Thorough Flan of Surface Drainage Rccom- mended-- Cood SysKm or levels Belnu Glvsn. The Hoard of Health held their regu lar meeting yesterday at tho French building, and excepting Dr. Amos Graves all wero present. Dr. F. Herff presided. Applications from u. Caen and tho San Antonio Fertilizing company for sites on which to deposit excrement for manufacturing purposes wero read. What tho Reporter! UlrneJ on Their Tour Through the City. There will bo no concert at tho Mis sion garden to-night. A l,nll-,f n.n l.lnln.ln.l lfniioti.ti Both petitions wero referred to tiio City street, below Acequla, thlsmornlng. hyslclan and Dr. Tyler, sir. cacn's Testimony was being taken In tho SUMMER GOODS I Bargains Bargains Bargains aoo pieces lace buntings at fi cents per yard. 700 pieces figured lawns at C'cents per yard. :100 pieces blenched sheeting, yard wide, It yards for $1, 2000 pieces fancy prints at 6 cents per yard. 75 pieces bed ticking at C cents per yard. Also In stock elegant lines ot IjA'dIES EMBItOIDEItED NUN'S VKILINO NUN'S VKILINO NUN'S VEIMNO NUN'S VKILINO SATEENS! DOTTKU SWISS DOTTKD SWISS tfSra WHITB GOODS All the above will positively be sold at greatly jgrOur ladles' neckwear department cannot bo surpassed In quality, stylo or prloe. ' 8-A very large stock of cotton ging hams, and seersuckers; also, full lino linen tollo dunord at 10c, 12 l-2o., lBo, and 20o. per yard. and fixtures of the llrru of IlakerAVan 1 lagan attached and closed tip, that ho has been damaged in his business chat ncter and standing In that sum. Ho also alleges that at the tlmo" of tho levy of attachment, the stock, saloon, fixtures, etc., were worm at least :nsw, wnuo tno firm oniy owed siimu. LIGHT FLASHES. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF THE GRAND .nl DERY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Political MewlBlalne Ahead frank James Trial California Wheal An Arkansas Shooting Affair. scheme was condemned, Dr. Herff said a thorough system of surface drainage was necessary, since we could not uave me sewers. Mayor French thought to obtain sucu result was very dlfllcult owing to op position of tho people Dr. HerlTsald there would benosewcr disease as long as there wero no sewers, and the peopio can outrun goou water now, but until streets and prlvato resi dences nro well drained other diseases ill exist. The Mavor stated the engineers now at work were giving n good system of ICYC1S 1)11 WMII.ll IU UIIOU U1IIMIIIC. Tbo commltteo wero told to report n good placofor tno deposit or refuse. ' I'ciiuons iroui citizens caning nitcn Hon to Came'ron street were read. Dr. Tvncr moved the Citv council ue requested to adopt a system of drainage and put it in force ns soon as possible. Motion adopted. Aiucrmnn lan cnas' resointton declar ing pigeons a nuisance, and asking for those to be fined who kept them, was read. The Hoard adorned tills motion nml will request the Council to take steps accordingly. Aiucrmnn a nvo s motion ior appoint nrr a sanltnrr inspector for each ward was argued. Tho Jlavor suggested tho appolnttnent or turce sanitary fnspec- tors, one or wnotu was to net as ciuoi. Tho Hoard recommended this sug gestion. Doctor llraunnairelthcn lead tho fol lowinir trnnsnortatlon ccrtlllcato to bo Issued In cases requiring tho removal of (lend fiodlcs: UlANSfonTATIOX CEirrlFICATK. ' HEALTH DF.rAUTMKNT, Citv ov San ANioxto. ( Permission Is herebr irrantcd to trnns port the body of .name, Sex , age , race Federal court this morning In a claims case. Hal Gosling will bo In town to night at about 8 o'olock. Tho Mnverlck will be his resting place. A little negro girl who accldcntlr 'took n doso of concctratcd lyo yesterday ts tn a dangerous condition. If vou wish nnvthlngnlckle plated In n first-class manner, go to C. Hummel A Hon, No. 270 Comnierco street. -l-17-Ut L. J. Wcticc. on Houston street, has tho best freezing nppnrntus In tho city. It works by steam. -i-18-:it. DIvtno service nt tho Tcmtilo llcth Kl this evening at 8 o'clock, and on to morrow morning nt ju o'ciock. Tho floor on tho street railway uruiKU uuruua mu viiii.uu in uuiiik luiu, Z""" - and wcatiierpcrmititng, tno tracK win i "" across It by Monday. I.vpiaxj mnttirltr llin vleld will materially be txiaonxif. llennria of Hessian 11 V come from one or two counties, but It Is too early to ascertain tho prevalcnco of this insect. Memmih, April 17. Specials from Helena,-Arkansas, report, a desperate light yostcrday In tho western portion of Phillips county, Arkansas, botween a poseo or citizens led by the Sheriff and threo brothers named Charles, Squlro and Joseph Moore, who had for some tlmobccn engaged in stealing horses. Their guilt was established br tbo par- tics irom wnom nicy unu aiuivu mo ... . , ae n.tl horses, and who traced them n dlstanco California ClarCt, OOC. UallOn. $ffiOZT?Mi California Catawba. 75c, Gallon. The City Grocer, 206 ComnerceSt., Will give you all a chanco to drink; Wine at tho following low prices, for cash only: Utica, April 17. Tho Twenty-third Congressional district Jtcpubllcan con vention has chosen A. Chattanoooa, April 17. A spcolal I Moore was also desperately wounded, UalljOmia lORGy, 6 UU UallOn, from Galveston. Alabama, says: ucorgo i uio. l',p"ullVln , escapelnnskin; but wero llrcd on by nnlifnrnin Hnrk fiSn Oallori N. Laphcr and tho posse. Charles Moore, the leader of bailJOMia HOCK, OOC. Uai on, :atcs to Chicago, , ,10 gnn ,vng ,bot through the back, California Riesling, $1 00 Gallon. Nationality Died at , on the . IS-. ripstlnntlnn . Shipped by casket. day of I hereby certify that frotn no contagious disease. , In nir tight idled Health Olllccr. Tho ccrtlllcato was adopted, when the Jio.ini adjourned. FOR THE ORPHANS. Sanders and Eberhardt's Orphan Beneflt.--Largo Audiences. -Parties who are willing to bet that Edwards will bo tho winner In next Sunday night's sparring match with Jieruert Asten can lie lounu at tno White Elephant. "Vanltv. vanity, all Is vanity." must have been tho sentiment of Davo San ders last night at Turner hall when that bewitching, but unruly mustncho would insist on parting company wuu mi up per up. The I.ioiiT Is meased to acknowledge an Invitation to attend a hop to bo given at San Tcdro Springs Saturday night by The commltteo is composed of Messrs. I. Chavez, H. Helllgmann, Fred Ilrcdou anu vm. jtoeuing,jr. Burled Yesterday. Frnncbco Lopez, who was thrown from n wagon some tlmo back, died yes tcrday from tho Injuries received in tho fall. Tho deceased belonged to one of tue otdcBt Moxlcan families and was fol lowed to the grave by a large conconrso of friends and relatives. He was about 30 years old. Harmony Union Club Dance. Last night a Liairr man was kindly received and well attended to at tho Harmony Union club dance at the Springs, whero a largo number of tho members and their guests had collected to "foot the hour away." Among those present wero Mrs. and Miss Hair, Mrs, and Misses Frank. Mrs. Hertzbertr. Mrs, j.ewentuni, jurs. Appieuaum, jure, ouu Hart, Misses Anna and Amelia Zork, tho .susses stern, i.anuti. ivoenignenn, Jic Claln. Welsh and Elliot, of Houston Among tho gentlemen were Messrs. Coatcs, colored, who set lira to Jero ureens nouso iviiiio urcen ami ivnu wero at church, and his four children liurncd to ueatn, nas ncen enptureu. Tlicro aro tlireats or lyncning. Dh-ritotT, April 17. Tlio ilcpiibllcan convention of the Seventh Congressional district, held at l'ort Huron to-day, nominated John 1'. Sanborn and 1. 11. Nabb delegates to tho Chicago conven tion, sanuorn's preferences nro under stood to be for Dlatnc; Nabb's are un- ai-olu, April 17. Tho llepubli- can State convention to-day selected tho following delegates at largo to Chicago: Senator Ilenlamln Harrison and lllchard v. Miiompson, iion. .lonnii. jiaKer, oi uosiicn. and inorris .Mcuonaiu. oi Al bany, by ncclnmatlon. The deleiratlon is uninstructcd and wiinout expressed preferences, Nr.w Yohk, April 17. K. H. Wclrtunn, aged 4"), formerly President Androw Johnson's prlvato secretary, died In tho Coleman house to-day. Ho was a natlvo of Kentucky, and until recently In tho employ of the Texas and Pacific railway company. Amonc his letters was ono to John H. Mason, expressing an Inten tion to commit suicide, no was suoicci to ncart uisease anu dropped uenu. HosTON, April 17. Last night .two men were driving rapidly away from Craig's bridge. Shortly afterwards a loud explosion occurred. Investigation showed that an explosive had been placed In a powder enn and fired by a detonating cap atid fuse. It Is thought that the attempt was directed against ono of tho many horso cars which pass mis point nt mat nour, Citv of Mexico, April 17. Tho Gov ernment Is negotiating with representa tives of tho Franco and Egyptian bank for a loan of $20,000,000, 10,000,000 to bo paid to the present administration and S10.000.000 to tho lncom nir admlntstra. tlon. and SXOOO.OOO to bo ndvanced Im mediately, xno success ot tno negotia tions is prouaoie. i no report mat ur, Joseph Mooro mado his escape. Nono of the Sheriffs posso wero lnlured. nllhouirh tho Moores' returned tho lire, and for a tlmo n perfect shower of leaden missiles wero uying in tno nir. Oalvi-jtox, April 17. At tho second day's session of the conclave of tho grand commandcry of Texns, routlno business was transacted. At tho noon session tho following ofUcers wero elected for the ensuing year, P.Harrison, of Houston, It. K, Grand Commander, N. W. Hunter, of Palestine, Vlco K. Deputy Grand uo minnndcr: i. u. j.uuuock.oi Houston. V.. Grand Generalissimo; John Soylcs, of llrenham. E. Grand Captain General: J. C. Carpenter, of Sherman, K. Grand Prelate, John C. Johnson, of Austin, E. Urilllll ,-H-IUUl 1? llMllli; ,. Kl. JMllljllUIII, of Galveston, K. Grand Junior Warden; II. Sohcrlii.. of Houston. II. Grand Treasurer; It. llrowstcr, of Houston, K. Grand Itceordcr. The KnlL'lits Tcmnlar acted as escort to tno grand lodge ot Texas on tho occasslon ot tlio dedication California Malaga. S250 Gallon Hindquarters Crab AppU Cider by Gallon or One-Half Barrel. This wlno must all bo sold In thirty days. Call and bo convinced at tho City Grocery Store, 200 Commcrco street. E. Abrahams. The Yaudeville Theatre, W. H. SIMMS, General Manager. Our "lcct Programmo for tho evenings ot mVM? WW iRtli. m anil 2flth. nfnlllw-rB thnk tilncn. nml flien ndlourn- 1 ' tnent untu to-morrow. Turner Hop, Saturday nlclit. April 10th. for members and their guests (strangers) only. -l-17-:tt Footfl St Howe Notice to Public School Teachers. Tho teachers will not bo paid to morrow. Monday. April 21, wilt no a legal holiday, consequently there will bo no sciioois. Fine Dress Goods. Thn llnnst nnd most vnriiid assortment nf dress iroods. cto.. can hi found at J. Josko A Sons, who nro selling line double width nuns' vclllnr In all colors nnu cents per yard, jiesiiittcniioii aim finest goods can always h-o had at J. Recorder's Court. Maggie. Phelps, quarreling and fight ing, $."; II. Crone, H. Morrlsly, drunk PARLOR SOOIAL nn'ititrtlnir mclflnro of eomlo rcfralne mil tiAamirtil linllnita anil ohnruiiAa. Inter- pcrtKMl with laughable Inuendoa, tuu utterly caualnir all beholders to look upon the row timed aldo of life, no matter bow mlaanthroplo they may bo. In Una rcaturoot ourentertmln- Cleo Victoria, Mlea Lliilo Master. MImI.IIIIo Iwiwrcnor, Mlas My Bmlth, Mju Mlnnlo lUr mond, Mlaa Uottlo Wllaon, Mlas Jonnlo Howard, Jim Kitty (juinn, .mim uiura Munn, juh; l'earl ribvrwood. Mlas Amelia Johnson, and others. Ilonea John Cob urn Tambo Jerry Kea'ing- uonrersstionauat i.urno rrje, Introduttory uvcrturo, new urcnoeum Ilcontlrul llallad illas Jennlo Howard Hounilslrom Africa Jerry Keatlna- llallad, eolect Ulae Kilty Qulnn Honir anil Chorus Mlaa May bmlth Kbouy Warbllnirs John Ooburu Bcnlluientalltloa Mlw Joalo Sluimona urana unaic, "luo noei i-oiiceuinn. Part 3 commences with our dlvcralfled olio of novelties. Itamon Fernandez will have chargo of nna disorderly, $5 each; Kciaben King, ICoenigheim, IVank, Sim Hart, Zlmmcr, Uaumblatt, J. Zork, Eppsteln, Morltz, Dr. wasermnnnanu otners. Tho third annual benellt for tho or- Itoss. M. P. Marks, Lavlgne, WoltT, , , . r. , f. t ,L , I Trnanlil.i.lm T,VnnL- CI.m Tlo-t- Vlmm.i pnans, oy sanucrs anu a.uurnarui, uuu the gentlemen who assist them, was given yesterday, first as a matinee In the afternoon and also at night. Turner hall, where the performance was given, was well filled on both occasions and tho audience last night was flatteringly large, An Undeniable Fact. Of the many sterling and popular busi ness houses in San Antonio nono can excel the Mammoth clothing house, of The entertainment was on the which Cohen & Koenlghelm are the minstrel order and the programme was proprietors. It Is situated on Main plaza, excellently arranged. The entertainment and the stock Is ono of the finest and opened with a grand overture by tho en- best assorted that ean be found In any tire conipany, which was well rendered and warmly applauded by tho audience. Messrs. J. W. Cutler. M. Eecellncr and J. C. Cumberland won cordial plaudits on their performances. After a Druuant overture by the Eighth Cavalry band, under the leadership of Mr. Frank Hall, Professor Crossly treated the audience to a series of Interesting dissolving "views. Then followed the other features of tho programme, consisting or songs, dances, music, essay and farces. All the performers rendered their parts well, some of them showing, however, more minstrel talent than others. For an amateur performance It is universally acknowledged to be far above . the average and well deserved tho liberal patronage it received not alone because ofthonoblo object for which It was given, nut uecause ot tue intrinsio merits of the performance. DIVORCE AND DAMAGE SUITS. Mrs. Murphy Seeks a Release Frbm Her Llegt lord--A Suit for Heavy Damages. The petition of Mrs. Mary Murphy vs. Thomas I!. Murphy, asklngfor a divorce, southern city. Suits ready made or made to order In the latest and most fashiona ble styles at prices within the reach of an. .Messrs. uonen s ivocnigueim nave something to say to tho people of San Antonio in meir nanusomo advertise ment which appears In the LimiT this evening. The Mammoth Is most undo- nlably the place to buy flne clothes for reasonaoie prices, anu an suouiu uuu unu inspect tno siook. lentral Hotel Arrivals. L. P. Wllllnms, M. C. Yates, T. W Odcn, Plcnsanton; Luis Volpe, Guerrero, Moxtco; J. II. AInsworth, Laredo; It. Henderson, Atascosa; M. Donovan, C. M. Lyons, Houston; James Dalloy, Ne braBka; II. F. Itoberson, A. It. Allee, O cosa countv: C. G. lloutker. St. Louis: a. ji. uampoen, uampuenton; jiissueiia Elhvood, Kaglo Pass; L, II. Durant, Clinton, la.; W. Moore, Live oak county; T D James and wife, Guadaluno county; iUBS a solium, ouuuui: aura tv uxaiiaa. M Dallas. New Orleans: Miss Annie Haymes, Mrs W I) Carter, Major T It Turner anu ianiuy, nan junrcos: t raryv tho settlement of the English debt ap pears to oo true, PnTsnuua, April 17. Tho State con vention of tho Wool Growers' assocla. tlon of Pennsylvania met this afternoon in this city. Forty delegates wero present and eighty moro aro expected The obtect of tho convention Is the adoption of measures of agitation In favor of the protection of wool growers. They want tlie tariff of 1807 tliree por cent, higher than tho present rato re established. A resolution providing for the selection of delegates to attend tho national convention on May 21 was adopted. The convention will demand me recognition oi mo wool industry uy both political parties, and tho In sertion. Seventy-two thousand wool growers are represented in mo con. ventton, Insulting language, S3; Loit Williams, Mlnnlo Porter nnd lllrdle Martin, vagrants, $." or B days each; 11. Sanders, drunk nnd disorderly, and cat-son,-Deal ing and striding, continucu. vocallit, Mlas JENNIE HOWAHD. Supplemented by ovcrybody'a comedian, Mr. CHAItl.lt': FllVIJ. In aomothlnir that la very savory oi iiimouriror cnocso anu Kraut iun la sour. Next in rotation cornea the doablnircintatrlce, Miss KITT1E QU1NN. Then wo Introduco Mr. JGHftY KEATING la tils unequaicu aero Dana sonars anu oaneei. first appearance ot tho daring- aerial artists, The Great South American Cu re, The only medictno that stood the test oi a two monms' saie in san -muoiuu. sold and received the" unanimous verdict MEND0Z0 ail& VICTORIA! of the .public i in Its favor. It cu! :cs Liver refln!d Rn(1 flBlshea lllti have earned ioiniuuuu. .Lyeweimiu, whims, wuuh.ii Kidney Disease, Constipation and all for themselves tbo world-wide reputation ot Blood Diseases. Sole agent, O. Kuhn, corner Crockett and Alamo plasa, San Antonio, Texas. belnu tho moat darlne as well as the most irinccf ul malo and femalo irymnaata now before tbe public. Introducing their original thrllllnif Convicts Carried 01T. Sherllf McCall yesterday aft ernoon delivered to Mr. Gllbralth, contractor. two nrlsnnera. who were convicted at CiUTTjc-ooaA, April 17. The trial of nrM,, ,.rm of court. Thesn were Frank James begun to-day at Iluntsvllto, jnmes McKernan, convicted of the theft Ala., on a chargo of conspiracy to rob A. of a watch and chain and sentenced to J. Smith, a government otHclal. James two years, nnd Isadora Munoz, convicted dressed In a suit or broadcloth. Jesse V!ots will bo taken to Hondo, where James, Bill Ilyan, James Hill and Dick I they will bo put to work on tho railroad. Llddlo were also Included In the Indict- There are others still to be cat Tied ment. Smith, the person rouueu. testt- away. lieu tnat wnen lour mites iroui rioreuce, and startling fcata on tho doublo traptxe. few momenta with tbe charming lyric artiste. Miss JOSt F. SIMMONtt. athetlo pathetic pathetically patbetloated by tho patbctlopathetlcator.JOHNCOUUUN. Tlio universal favorites, tho SMITH BI9TEIIS, in their cnarmingmeiango ot vocausauona. Tbo exceedingly laughable act. Gee Whizz! .'in, l.'rvn in tho title role, assisted br our mammoth stock and the samo old dummy. iv)cn.uuii uiiio j"i,i,i"" .vy rnammnin arocK anu int, uidio uiuuuuimy. sat with his wife and child, and was J "5"t v.nr.b con- VV mm. First appearanco In the Bute of tho acknowl edged peers oi uu acruynuu, xrmroiue aud knock-about Irish teams. KEATING AND COBURN Tho only duo nt artist In this or any other Ala., about -t p. in., on Mnroh 11, 1881, threo men halted him, presented pistols, and' took SMOO of government money nnd $200 of his own. They bound him in tho woods tut uarK anu men ict mm go. Smith believed ttie prtsoner was ono or me roooers, dui wouiu not swear to ins luenttty. Nasuvillk, April 17. Tho Kepubllcan State convention met at 12:30 p. m., and after the usual committees were ap pointed, adjourned till 3 p. m. Judge Open Utter. To the Hon. Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen. Gentlemen: In behnlf of the colored citizens and tax-payers of the Fourth ward, who held a meeting April 2, for the purpose of requesting yon to- estab lish a school for tho education of the colored children on the east side of the San Antonio river, or In the Fourth ward, seeing that your honorablo body nas taken sucu prompt action in mu. matter referred to, wo hereby tender our heartfelt thanks to you for sueh noble Afs9-0ur boot and shoe department Is now complete In all Its branches, and this stock will bo sold nt extreme low figures. j-Our gents' clothing, furnishing goods and hat department is full, i(iul tho styles and quality aro unsurpassed. S8TA few pieces of Ilrussells and In grain carpeting In stock, and will be sold at Now York cost. Call and see us. A. KAHIN & CO., Cor. Main platan d, West Commerce st, wasflledln the District Clerk's ofllce fTcfYASS, 'kT. Held, of the Circuit court of tftfffinSS ffiSs! this morning by her attorneys, MInter & Austin; J M Murphy nnd wife, Ilrackett; this county, was nominated for Governor of our rac, "Meo oangrntulato Major This gcntlomi Altgelt. Thomas Murphy Is the party W neither, lloerne; A Pfelllcr, New by acclamation. There was no other J. E. Dwycr for his resolution before tho JhI5S?foriS who figured before tho llecorder's court several days ago on the charge of throw ing a knlfo'at nnd cuttlnghls wife severe ly In the head. This outrageous treat ment proved more than she could stand, and now she seeks divorce. In her petl York; A Coopcr,.and wife, San Francisco. nomination nnd tho vote was unanl- n- i..iu,.vi i mnus. 'j. no nominee wus n vumcuciuiu The Her. Dr. Carroll preached his first "" "' , ' ?n ti,b viiit. nvnlrv. .Tuilim sermon last night to the Ilaptlstsof San horaco Harrison, of Nashville, and W. Aiuoiuu, iuuy uurryiug out uis fepuia 1 A. uruwii, ui iiuouihkiuh vuun,;, tlon as n preacher, while his elonuenco S. ?cn. . ire r . L.v,. iteiite iti;L?w,m"His haen,o x y his nnB ap. sffiaoi llvel"vyithhlmS reano- Tklng for his text, "Ho that choice of the delcgatl Kwlttont church tc-flay under the Presidency of WrttclilliakOrS "jJOWelerS. the present year. That slnco two vears Beth forth aud wcepeth, bearing nd A r'h" r'f rvdmrn., la nn.i MrsroClenry and the VIce-ITcsldenoy " 0"wm" after marriage Murphy has been drink- precious seeds shall doubtless come ?" J'btfuf -umunu ami Mnverlok, tho following- N.K.cor. comm.. uniAlMmafHH lng deeply and has treated her with again relolctng and bring his shnnvea two uouuuiii. !..,.... . i.,. .... Council, for tho purpose of building a scuooi nouso ior me ooioreu euuureu. Chairman of Comnxiltee. San Antonio, April 18, 181. Those In Charge. . At tho festival given by tho Ladled Parish Aid Society of tho Episcopal presenting their i orltsbly original conception, ''O'Orady la Oft on a Tuar." concluding with their ludicrous and at tbo sumo time tolentlfle Assault at Arms. Tbo captivating llttlo song bird, Mlaa HAY Mllo CI.F.0 VICTOltIA In her dolfgbtful A oUier'call from iHaa JOStG SIMMONS. Our No This Ultra entertainment will terml- n state ot tbe groat and only Prof. E. G. Johnson, greatest Mesmerist, assisted by BON. tho only lady meamertat. gcntloman presents an entertainment of unuuriui "iwi aflwanDC each porformanco tn sclontlflo experiments, tn psychology, but moro commonly known to tho This gentleman Is tho most perfect artist In hta lino extant, presenting moro wonderful exper iments, creating, more aatonlihment, causing more yiugnier umu wuj wiuwumj. ui mo amr o. r. rinaiDA. n. u. rnuuiu. PEREIDA BROS. lng deeply and has treated her with great cruelty, driving her from home nt night and compelling her to stay away. On one occasion he threw a lighted lamp at her and on another assaulted her with a heavy dish. Ills latest act of out raceoua treatment being tho throwing of a large butcher knlfo and cutting her severely In tho head. Sho states that a son live years old Is the first of their marriage and asks custody of him, nnd that the homestead, worth $800, be set apart to her, , W. II. Van nagan has Instituted suit against Charles liaker for damages in the sum of $5000, alleging that by the 'conductor liaker In having the saloon again rejoicing and bring his shenves with him," by which textile illustrated somooftho elements of Christian suc cess, threo being as follows: First, activity U demonstrated in the going lonu; Bccuuu, eurm'siuess is demon' aro those In charge of the tables. Oumbo tnblc: Mrs. Hemdal. assisted by Mrs. Leonard and the Misses Pau-coast. Ice cream and lunch, largo ta wetwnss San Francisco, April 17. Edwin V Smith, Secretary af the State Agrlcub turo society, submits the following as fils conclusions concerning tho Call- Btrated by the weeping; and third, fornla wheat crop, from advices tip to Williams, ami ted by' Miss Ida Vance, proper preparation is demonstrated by April 11: From present Indications tho Miss Lulu Hunter, Mlsa Monroe and yield will exceed that oflSSO. Without JfcVcVeam and lunch, small tablo:-Mrs. Bome umuroccu uuuiucnv oiwiijo jseednam, assisted uy tue juisses jiou nrnn If. will A-rnnpil tlmt. nf.lnat rear by I nett nnd Mlsa Jones. mr.nrrr.nt. Thn nnlv fnr nnw la the I T.pmfinnilH stand: Mrs. Alllo Mnve- usual north winds which sweep tho rick, Mrs. Sam Maverick, 3Irs. Vinton Rnnmmiirttn,nnil Snn .Turin vnllnva In May 1 .Tnmea nml Mm. ITnflnn. undJune. Shouldthese winds prevail Several other ladles of tho society will while tho gram is in tho last stage ot Help in, various pons. tho bearing ot tho precious seed. On an t nose points me Doctor was him self aotlve. earnest and fully orenered. and crowded Into a 40 minutes Berraon strange eloquence and words of pathos, holding with his lifelike pictures the earnest attention of the entire congre gation. Dr. Carroll will preach again iu-uiui, nutil uu aro luviicu Successors to Porolda Ilros., established IMS, pairing done lu a ttrst-claaa manner. W-lt-tai "geo.w. van yqrst, TaAaltAr In CALCASIEU LUMBER, LATHS, sBiiiauH, ne. California Hedwood, aaata, doora, MlaiAa I mouiainga. uor. mvm aw ' ban Antonio, aeiepaouan. Every Joker.'' smoker Should. ,try, iittsMi