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-8KB WHAT- HARRY BAUM -18- Glvlng away with oaoh Purchase. VOL 113. Ho.223 San Hntonio. tTcyao, XOcbnc0&nv, September 17, 1884. Zen Cents Wkch V . HAItNISCII Jfc HANK'S, i! NOW IS THE TIME . TO BUILD -WHILE- LUMBER IS DOWN ! Lower than the Lowest! At the Best and Largest Slocked Lumber Yards of Ed. Steves & Sons. The Pioneer Lumber Dealers of Western Texas. Do not forget to call. OFFICE AND YAIIDS r. & G. N. 11. 11. Depot nml Sunset Crow ing, Alameda Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. RHODIUS I.TEMPSKY 235 Commerce St. San Antonio, Tex. MUSIC STOR E tafAccnU fur Knto & Co , Now England riano Co , And CbrUtln 4 Bunt planoa. gum. Latent ihcetmuifoftlwayi on hand. Cull and ftcMfatm. RICE BROS. & CO., TRIPLE DROWNING AT GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO. J.; SOLEDAD BLOCK, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. t- DRUGGISTS It affords us pleasure to announce tliat we hare In stock and are constantly receiving a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Kluid. and Solid Extracts. and Rare Chemicals. McxIcanCongress Convened John a. Whlttler Withdraws ns n ncpubllcan Elector. dent considers tliem equitable and In forms coneress mat a special commis sion will soon sail to China and Japan to develop commercial relations anil In terests. A larire portion of the Presi dent's message Is devoted to recounting tho railway and telegraphic develop ments of Mexico; also her colonization and harbor Improvements. He reviews the nickel question, the stamp law and the fusion of banks consequent upon tho $20,000,000 loan on the 1st or Hay. Tho President says the new tarin will soon bo submitted to Congress. Thro was a long clvto and military procession this morning, and at night there was a line display or nreworks ami a general illu mination. Lubin's, Atkinson's and Lundborg's Perfumery, Imported and Domestic Toilet Soaps, Face Powders of all Descriptions, Ilalr Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Lather Brushes, Combs, Sponges Chamois Skins, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, and everything pertaining to a First-Class Drug Establishment. r now anil comploto lino of PiuuDrxniM, September 10. A spe- olal dispatch to the Press from Johns town. Pa., says: A notice is posted at the Central Ironworks announcing a re duction of wages from 10 to 20 per cent. Dknveii, September 10. Harry Tay lor, William 1'. Campbell and Miss Maud lteed were drowned yesterday while crossing Grand river near Grand Juno- tlon. They were all Interested in stock raising, and were returning to their ranges when the accident occurred. Bardstowm, September 10. Thomas Thurman, son of a' reputable minister of tho gospel, In Jail for a murderous as sault on n colored man named Itogers, yesterday brained a fellow prisoner, Frank Fouster, who Interfered to stop Thurman'a torture of a boy In the satno cell with him. Feuster will die. Kansas City, September 10. Daniel U'Leary, the pedestrian, stated to-night In his attempt to walk 400 mites In 100 consecutive hours, at the National block building. U'l.cary will soon go Into training In the six days match with K. 1'. weston, which win prooauiy occur In New York or San Francisco. Baltimork, September 10. Tho Italian Consul, K. DeMerrolla, left the city two weeks ago and has not slncA been heard from. He was a prominent merchant who stood liluh socially. Financial troubles are supposed to be the cause. Merrolla owes $30,000 borrowed money. The Sherlll this morning attached all ine goous in uis wuoiesaie nouse. SrniNariKLD, September 10, Presi dent Seclye, of Amherst college, has deollned the nomination of Governor by the Prohibition party. He told a re porter that he was very much surprised when Informed that ho had been nomi nated, ns he had previously answered every Inquiry on the subject that he could not accept cither the nomination or me oince. NEwnunYroivr, September 10. John O. Whlttler has written' a letter declin ing the nomination of Presidential elector for the Seventh district, on na count of his state ot health. Ills con vlotlon Is that the nominees for member of Congress and elector should be from a uiuerent section ni ine unmet, ue said: "No lack of Interest In tho He publican cause has Induced this dec! slon." AuausTA, September, 10. Mr. Blaine leaves here on his Western trip on the 7 o'clock train to-morrow evening. Sen ator Fryo will accompany him as far as New York. Blalno will spend Sunday night In Boston, nnd the following day at the fair at Worcester. He will arrive In New York on Thursday night, re maining thero several days, after which his route will be Westward, but how far Is not yet decided. He will visit Ohio at all events. Foirr Doom:, September 10. About 2 o'clock yesterday masked men entered the house of Mr. W. Jennlson, School Treasurer of Washington township, de manding the money. Mrs. Jennlson said It was In the bank, whereupon one of the Intruders drew a revolver nnd shot her dead. Another woman was In the house, and when she appeared the robbers fled. A largo party Is In search. Fournersons have been arrested, who. In part, answer to the description of the murderers. Detroit, September 10. Thlu morn lug General Logan and party left Grand ltaplds for Detroit, coining here via Al legan, Kalamazoo, Three Itlvers, Whlto Pigeon, Jonesvllle, Adrian, Hillsdale. Petersburg and Monroe. Crowds col' lected at every town and hamlet through which the train passeu. .Many iarm houses were decorated with buntlnc In honor of Logan. The party arrived here tnis morning, uencrai J.ogan neiu a short reception at the Ifussell House He leaves to-nleht for Itochester to at' tend the reunion of the Army of the Cumberland; on the 10th he leaves there ior a trip turougn .crie, wiarKSDurg, ureenviue,auarpiown, ooaron anu new1 cnstlej Pa., to 1 oungstown. Pa. St. Louis, September 10. In the case of Colonel K. C. Boudinot against Ilobt. Hunter, A. G. Evans and II. L. Now, man, well-known cattlemen, to recover $1000 as penalty for attempting to lease the crazlne lands of the Cnerokee In dians, In violation of United States statutes, Judge Brewer, of the United States Circuit court, to-day rendered a decision on the demurrer of defendants. that a mere attempt to negotiate the lease or saiu lanus was not a violation of the statutes, and dismissed tho com pliant. Hunter and associates leased some 0,000,000 acres of land from the Chief of the Cherokee nation for grazing purposes, nnd, although Judge Brewer states In his decision that the validity of the lease so obtained and the question whether It can be vacated, were not be fore the court, the cattlemen consider tney nave won a great victory, anu mat OLD MEXICO. Mr. A.W. Gilford Interviewed by a Galveston News Reporter. Our Mr. Glfford, In an Interview with a Galveston News reporter on the Cth, on his return from the City of Mexico, speaks as follows of the country: A. W. Gtflbrd, the Bohemian miner, arrived this morning on his return from the City of Mexico, via Kl Paso, Texas. jie reports glorious rains niongtue en tire route from Kl Paso to the city, sulll olent to seoure two-thirds ot tho late corn crop. Every thing Is lovely nnd quiet In the City of Mexico, and no Idea of trouble In the minds of the powers that be or the business men. General Diaz and President Gonzales are in dally friendly consultation, arranging the atfalrs of government for the Diaz ad ministration for the best Interests of their country and people Thero Is no Idea of revolution on the part of tho people, for they are posltlvo lo their de termination, from experience, that a had administration Is far better than a suc cessful revolution. The business men have full conlldence In Diaz'scomlng ad ministration, ami taiK ireeiy about ad vancing him millions If he wants It. With the administration and Depart ment of Justice, I found, said Mr. Glflord, the feeling and policy of protection for American capital Invested very llrm. I also found on Investigation that the slanderous dispatches and reports of threatened troubles, revolution, etc.. appearing In tho Globe-Democrat and other prominent naners. nurnortlnir to come from the City of Mexico, are false In every particular, and, In most cases, originate In some one's evil designing brain elsewhere than In Mexico, but Is manufactured for purely sensational nurnoses. The Mexican Central is a ooa roau anu in una cuuuuiun. uut olngno business In either freight or nasseneers. This road. In Its manage ment, Is responsible for many of these bad reports acalnst Mexico, beoauso they have set themselves squarely against the press, positively declining passes to legitimate newspaper men, while CO per cent, of their travel, wltli an occasional scarlet woman, are fur nlsbed with free passes. The citizens of tne lower country are anxious ior tue completion oi ine national, anu recog' ntze It ns their outlet for business will our country. They say It Is their salva tlon. PERSONAL POINTS. Collected From Hotel Corridors nnd Elsewhere. Mr. Dick Iionibard. of Kasle Pass. Is In the city. Mr. William Knox Is In the oltv airaln from Ids ranch. Klder W. C. Manning, of FlornivlllK. Is at the Menger. James lteed and family, of Cotulla. are at the Central. II. B. Mays, of Rtockdsle, Is sojourning tue ot i.conarii C. T. Travlor. of Kdna. Is a truest at the St. Letnard. Dr. D. Von Koehrlnir. of New Braun- fels, Is at the Menger. Mayor French and Alderman Belknap have left for Montrose, N. J. L. Laskcr. a prominent citizen of Gal veston, stops at the Menger. Henry Wlttman. of Lincoln. Nebraska. Is a guest at tho St. Leonard. Dudler Tom and Miss Delia Kills, of Itunnels county, are at the Menger. Mr. Henry Halff and dauirhterand son have returned from Victoria, Texas. F, tV. Flato. a prominent citizen of Flatonla, Is In the city at tho Menger. A. Phi ns. of St. Lou a. Is In the Ity. He Is quartered atthoSt. I-conard. Miss Hcnn e HallT. tho charm nir daughter of Mrs. H. Halll, has returned. W. Walker and wife, a bridal ofTexas, Is at tiie Central from Oak- vine. G. II. 1 1 c 1 1 1 ir. Tax Assessor nnd Col lector of Fayette county, Is at the Central. H. W. Smith, editor of the Heanerlan. and W, 1). ltoblnson, of Uvalde, are at tue ot. i.eonaru. Messrs. H. A. Parrlsh and J. H. Dun- ay. nromlnent citizens of Houston, aro nt tho Menger. Fleescher. G. A. Flcesrherand 8. C. Jennings, all of Chicago, 111., aro topping at tne nt. j.conaru Colonel Nat Sulzbachcr. now n mer chant of Eagle Pass, Is In tho olty to spend the Jewish holidays among his menus. Mrs. Sol. HallT and family returned last evening from their nil-summer's trip nmeng the pleasure resorts of the norm anu J'.ast. Mrs. Meyer Halff and family, who uavo ueen epenuing ine summer at too iasmonauie nortuern watering places, returned last evening. Colonel J. F. Elliott. Chief Commis sioner for Texas to the World's exposi tion, am veil on tne sunset train tins morning. Ho will address the mass meeting oi citizens on me .Main piaza to-night. Mrs. II. A. Wlthoir. a lady from New York, who has lust returned from Fred- ericKsuurgio uring uacu ino remains ot her recently ueceaseu nusoami, is at mo central, sue win accompany tue ro mains uacKioew iorK. BUYING GAME. How tho Drug Exquisites Killed Wild Turkeys for the Ladles A good Joke Is told on two druggists of our city who are brothers, by a cot ored man named Jim Clark, who owns a small farm near the Leon springs hotel Clark Informed a Light man that this party, with threo ladles, wero out In tho hills near his place last Sunday a week on n hunt. The ladles saw a flock of wild turkeys and told the gentlemen who got a shot at them, but killed none. Pinned at dlssnnolntlng the ladles. another start was made for tho turkeys In the afternoon. The ladles remained at the hotel. Finding no turkeys, of tame ones In Clark's y mission ot him to be allowed to shoot a cent a flock and belonging to him. They asked per- couple. He assented and tho bloody ueea was uone, anu alter paying 101 their came (?) the young men left, hlsti ly elated, and straightway presented their lady friends with the birds and re ceived the Innocent congratulations of tne uear creatures, wuo, until tney this Item, no doubt havo believed turkeys were shot "on tho wing, flying Mirli.n hv tlieianTnprt limit Hymeneal. A very happy nuptial ceremony took place this morning at 4 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's father, on Crockett street, between Mr. Herman Laux, proprietor of tbo Menger hotel bar, and Miss Annie Illener. Very Key Dean ltlchardson performed the cere ruony, after which an elegant breakfast was sat to oy n large company oi inviteu menus or tne young ooupie. nine flowed freely and many toasts were of fered for the long life and good health of the bride anu groom. Alter tne break fast the happy, couple took tbo earl) Sunset train for a short totir to Galves ton, after whtob they will locate In Han Antonio. Mr. T. If. Gray and Miss Dauenhauer, and Mr. John ltudy nnd juiss rneuncn were tne atienuants. A CALL AND INSPECTION 80I.IC1TED Flavors. Lemon, . Vanilla, , Ginger, Strawberry, llaspberry. Pineapple, Sarsaparllla, Nectar, Tho Latest Attraction is our Perfection Ico-Cold Soda Water with pure Fruit Juice Syrups, dispensed from our Mammoth Arctlo Soda Apparatus. Flavors. Co flee, Claret, Don't-Care, Chocolate, Lime Juice, Spiced Cream, l'epsallne, Hook. Give us a call and be convinced that our goods nnd prices can compare with any In the South. RICE BROTHERS & CO., MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, H. 8. Prtaorlptlons aoourstely aoapoaudsd at all hoars by a competent pbar- the decision to-day virtually settles the question or their right to lease land rrora tue Indians. They will go on and estab lish their ranches and craze their cattle Four other suits against the same par ties, Involving the same questions, were ordered to follow this case. CitY or Mexico, September 10. Con gress convened to-nlgut. President Gonzales read his message. He con gratulates the nation on the almost unanimous election of General Diaz to the presidency, says the foreign relations of Mexico are satisfactory and her do mestic relations are peaceful. lie ex pects a speedy consummation ot a reci procity treaty between Mexico and tho United (States. lie will recommend to Congress the. extension of the. time of the treaty, for the crossing of, the bound ary lines by troop of either republic In 'pursuit of savages. He aays the pre IliulnarytboaW of the diplomatic rela tions with Ktigtaad will Be loo mediate ly submitted Jo Coajjrow. The Prsl- Mllltnry Mandates. To enable him to meet the require ments of paragraph II, special orders No. 200, current series, from the Adjn tant General's ofllce, First Lieutenant F. E. Phelps, Eighth cavalry, Is relieved from further duty In this department. Under a communication dated the 1st Instant, from the Quartermaster Gener al of tbo army, through division head' quarters, "all the grey flannel shirts and blouses made of obsolete dark blue shirts." on hands at the resnectlve posts and camps In this department anu not required for Issue, will be turned In to the St. Louis depot. Post and camp'commanders will glvo Ihcir personal attention to mo execu tton oi tnis oruer. Texas Patents. The following patents were grunted to oltlzens of Texas, bearing date Sep. tember o, reported expressly for this pr hv T jlnl. limner ,t-(Y, moMmn experts and solicitors of patents, Wash' 3. It. 'Adams, Houston, life raft, 301 863. . ' Luclen Uopion, Lampasas,. projectile, 305.002. ' ' Itobert Volgt, Industry, cotton press, VUU,VUV,' Ladles approve of "Llttte Joker." c . your smoking LA INDEPENDENCE. absence and found everything In a slate of chaos. Ills bureau and trunks wcro open and tbclr contents scattered arour.d the floor.and the furniture was badly dlsarraniri.il. II llinimM ilir. I...I been burglars In the house, and Imine- "' UA r .no distely returned down town and noti fied Detective Thomas Hughes. Mean while, about 11 o'clock, a party of young gentlemen In a hack passed the house. usi a negro woman, who had been eft In charire of the homn. ran nut nri gavo the Aro alarm. They stopped, rushed In and found tho front room In a blaze, tho cloth celling and partitions burning fiercely. The roof was also afire. Ity the efforts of the gentlemen the Are was extinguished before any uuiio. Jt ID HOW IIIO ire or Is naled It Is not Lnnnn hut in. ccndlarlsm Is suspected. Mrs. Palmer had left the house some moments before tne lire to go to the Springs. The boarder this inornlnir sars that, nflrr n careful examination of his property, he San Pedro springs park, all day long, was crowded with crowds of Mexleans celebrating their Independence. In the latter part of the afternoon the number of people rapidly Increased, until In the evenlntr there were not leas than fiOOO only missed a pistol and a fow olWr I people, all of them seemingly at the articles, whlj!h were In his trunk. summit of their enjoyment. Danolng was kept up all the day through. In the afternoon W. Hardesty photo- irmnliril iftvaml frrnima. nn. rnnlalnlnv Englishmen Annln In the. Court- jURn Cardenas. President of Socledad Mutuallsta Mexlcana; Mis Maria Bar- Henry Shook, a colored man, was charged with beating nnd striking an- other colored man, but no witnesses ap pearing against him, his case was dismissed. Milton Williams, another colored man. charged with using Insulting language J. U'Donncii, dismissed. TownsleyJ. Klnslnger, Bogus, Barney Sanchez, Charles Crawford, M. Torres Smith, drunks, $3 each. nu "- 1 110 meinuers ot mo society I rank Low.caraless driving, dismissed 1 . , i.uu.uBi,.uvu. v. W. it. Itoland, vagrant, SlOorM) days. In the evening, speeches were made by P. Itodrlguez, striking, dismissed. I Major Tom Brackenrldge, J. II. Mo- C. 11. Maglll, an English barrlstcr.who as ueiore tue court yesieruay as prose cutor against another little hncllihman named John Adams, was charged this morning wiiu snaking Guam's lime son, who tcstiiieu agautsiiiim in court and looked like a very troublesome child. The lad threw rocks and one struck Matrlll. and ho resented the all'rnnt and caught tho hoy, shook him roughly and iook iiuu to uis parents, jiae lucienued his own case and cleared himself of the cnarge, which was dismissed. l ive cases were continued. City Marshal Shardeln was absent from court and Second Assistant Marshal Hughes outdated as treasurer of the conscience fund. W. R. LYLE. The Stabbed Man Still Living Hopes for His Iteeovery. Mr. Gregg, the engineer, who was re cently stabbed by W. It. Lyle In Chicago, Is not dead, ns reported. He has a wound In tho throat and three gashes In tho abdomen which wero Inflicted by Lyle using a large pocket knife baying murderous-looking blade of three and one-halt Inches In length. The wound In the throat has a very ugly appear ance, but Is only superficial. The danger to the Injured man lies In one of the ab domlnal wounds, which Is regarded by the doctors as bol.ig story dangerous. Mr. Grectr Yomlls blood, nnd there Is tendency to Inflammation, but the doc tors think that the Injured man will ul. tlmately recover. The fracas Is report' ed to have occurred at tho fairgrounds in uuicago. i.yie anu some menus were there debating the running capac ity nf a certain acauatntance. when Gregg interfered, and was told not to put his oar In whore It was not want ed. Some words occurred and an alter cation ensued, but nothlnir further trans Hired. A snort neriou aiterwartis when Lvlfl was nasafmr the errand stand ho saw Gregg standing on the steps, who exclaimed, "Thero goes tho d d little sucker." Lyle Immediately flew upon and Inflicted the Injuries described above. I.vle Is now In the county lull, where he has been remanded, to await the re sult of Gregg's Injuries. Lyle states mat ine man attempted to araw i weapon at the time he made the ollen slve exclamation, but It Is only right to say that no weapon was found iipon uregg nuer a vigorous searcn. FILIAL INGRATITUDE. An Errlns Girl Who Loves tho uiuay me oi snnme. An old Mexican named Pasqual Itod rlquez was arrested yesterday out on the Alazan creek, west of tho city, charged with beating a Mexican girl named So- lednd Gonzales. The facts, as told Light man by the ofllccr, are that Itod rlquez adopted Soledad when an or phan, and held and reared her as his own. A few davs atro she was enticed away by a Mexican man and woman for tue purpose oi satisiying ine iusi ot an American, woo paia inem wen to uo so. The ulrl seemed wllllnir to no. and de seneu ner agea parents wnue ine oiu woman was very in, witu no one t nurse her and no one to cook the scant food In the bouse except old Pasqual wbo Is compelled to work dally to earn enough food to keep himself and wife from starving. Pasqual went to where the girl was staying last night and tried to iret her to ro home with him. She refused, and he lost his temper and gave ner a sounu paternal cuasiisement wiiu a piece of board, and this persuasion provaueu, anu sne returned witu mm. only to run away a tew hours later. Tin Becorder dismissed tho case against mm. FIRE. A Supposed Incendlarv Blaze on Acequta acreec LaBC Nignc. Last evening at about 7 o'clock one of the occupants of Mrs. Palmer's boarding house, on Aoeoula street, at No. 27, re tuned to bU roosa from an TI0N AT THE SPRINGS. Dancing; Kept Up all Day Long- Thorough Enjoymenl-Major Drnckenrldge's Address. RECORDER'S COURT. Drunks nnd Disorderlies. rera, Miss Susie Cardenas, Jose Cassland, Treasurer; Jose Gar cia, Secretary, and Felipe Var gas, Standard Bearer. Miss Mar-, gucrlta Barrera, Miss Carlotta Garcia, P. Itlvas, Collector; Joaquin Guer- rera, Vice President; J. F. Casslano, Chief Marshal; Felix Arclnlga, i. N. Bexar County's Vote. Leary, K. I). Davlllaand Juan Cardenas. Major Tout Brackenrldge spoke as follows: Ladles and Gentlemen, Friends nail Fellow Countrymen. In assembling to-day to celebrate the anniversary of Mexican Independence, wo commemorate the most Interesting event In tbo history of thli country, the uirtit ot a rrpuuitc, lue cniranonisemcnt or a people. These national occasions should be vigorously observed, creating, nounsuing anu airengiucning uciuo cratlo ideas of equality, Inspiring the youth of the land with a love of liberty, a love ot country a scuoot wucre patri otism Is taught, and where liberty lov ing heroes are made; therefore I am giauioaeo ino motuers ot ine country, witu tueir ueauiuui uauguters, anu me fathers of the land, with their sons, here to-day to worship at this attar of liberty. It speaks well fur the stability of the. present, and glvea bright hops for the' luiure oi tnis, our country. Iher remarks by sav nir. that of a best. I love her free institutions, i love every page of her history, because Us ComniuntcateJ, In 1882 Ireland polled 'JG00 votes and Wash Joncj about S0.i0, showing a Dem ooratta majority of 530 In Bexar county, It has been whispered around that the "ring" boasts of having IDOO Mexican votes at Its back, and that It can count on COO additional votes at tho polls. The voto of Bexar will reach WOO this year, records are full of deeds dine andsacrl consequently 2301 votes will be neces- llccs made by our fathers In the sary to elect. If tho 'Tine" can control cause of liberty: because Its records 2100 votes (which I very much doubt) It show that every move made has win pun iuii snort 01 n maioriiy anu lau been , to elevate 1110 nutuan, raco to carry Its nolnt. But should the cltl- and advanca tho civilization ol the no-e zens run a ticket, as they threaten to do, because out of every struggle she has It cannot succeed without tho votes or come forth strengthened In a liberality tho Itepiibllcans, who polled 2030 votes that clothes every citizen with the dig- in ion.-, nnu can nou zmm in nity 01 a sovereign, reiineu in a justice November. The Itepiibllcans are not' that makes all of her citizens equal un- iuuis enougu to support n ucKct on uer tuo law, 1 tove uer nccause sue nas wnicu tney are not represented. -No. become an example, or liberal Ideas and they do not mean to be used ns tools and of political equality to the nations of the catspaws by certain Democrats, and If carlhn model government In producing they are not represented on n citizens' a free, prosperous and happy people. uukci in a iuir mm juui proportion, mey ui an tne mates composinguiis glorious for county ollices and take tho chances tlon, the best. Every foot or her sacred of eleotlng It. Those who want a cltl- soli, her wide extended prairies, her zens' ticket nut In the Held must under stand that It means a mixed ticket, and none other, and that tho Itepiibllcans of uexar nave not mo remotest idea or al lowing tho Democratic "kickers" to use tuem as 1001s 10 secure the count) ollices. but mean to have n fair "divide.' and unexceptionable men on tho ticket. uesiue. 1 111a is n sino quit non, tue very bed-rock of any citizens' ticket, and it Is well enouch to have It fully understood ni me oiusci 11, j.ji. A Suspicious Case. grand and majestlo forests, her extended sea coast, purchased with the blood of patriots, consecrateu anu ueuicateu 10 liberty by matchless heroes, Is dear to my heart. I.et ns keen It as wo received tt; proierve and defend It as an entirety, n grand whole from Ited rtver to the ;uu, irom tne sauuie 10 tue mouranue. lase the mind and vile the heart that plots for or desires the severance of any part; palsied be the tongue and withered' the lips that advocates or suggests her division. Of all tho green aud lovely spots In this, my adopted, State there Is none I love so well as the historic Yesterday evcnlngabout Op. m., some ?I."n.d.'f a ??ltJllJ!p' little children ot Mrs. Albrecht, who lives beyond tho Mission garden, oame running to the entrance of the garden, and requested In an agitated manner to be protected from the apparently strange and crazy actions of a colored woman, who had been scaring tho children, peeping Into the gates of private resi dences and behaving In a most outrage ous manner generally. Mr. II. Miller, of Mahncke's garden, and another gen tleman, went alter ner anu round uer at the store, corner of Barrera and Alamo on her bosom San Antonio, ban Anto nio, my love, around you clusters tbo fondest memories of my life. I love your noble people, for they have been my uesi menus, x luve your uoueee, your beautful streets, your meandering river, all are to me lovely and over beau tiful. You are tho lit abode of a noble, f enerous and chivalrous people. Stand ng here, I can understand how the he roes of yonder citadel were willing to defend this spot with their lives. It It is nopie ior one to uie tor uis country and her liberty, how glorious It would be to die for such a country as this. It Is therefore meet and proper to cele brate this, the anniversary of our Inde- strcets. and after belnc Questioned said she was looking forsome one. Mr. Mil- pendence. T. ...... I 11 w,,u greai pnuo anu pleasure mediate departure would bo necessary, u.nt 1 n, aiinwni tha iiriviw. nf upon which adviee she decamped. A tlclpatlng In your work of counneuuwiw itim.tNi.iin Mum ,io in-1 non. 10 yournouio sires, my jnexioan rprmeu uy ino neighbors in the vicinity fellow oltlzens, are we Indebted for the that these kind of disturbances have liberty we enjoy to-day. They led 'toe orten occurred lately ond should be charge alone, unaided, asserted sad stopped. achieved their Independence and the freedom of their country. And hew ttlOt, queued. thev established their altars to lltwrtv. A largo sized riot between about 25 ?,"dln.en,Unm bum, for theso sacred altars were eat an- Caucaslons and a like number of Sene- gamblans, was quickly suppressed at tho San Pedro park late last night by the police. The colored men any the white men were "picking" on them and they would not submit to It. A crowd was collected armed with rocks and clubs, nnu a eauy was raaue acroBS ine loot- Ushed In the hearts of their children and their children's chlldren-and to-day turn with fervent zeal and lore of liberty Is yours. You have ever proved S ourselves true to the principles of free oin, and ready with your Uvea to d- tenu mat uoiy cause. iui ior iae valor and patriotism of your allow me to say bridge over the lake to the darkness of our-fathers: but for the work Iwgun the west side of the grounds, where the f.na 0,Mm,pll''I?? 'A',! Wo'"-""' white men had made a stand, armed with rocksand clubs, ready for the flsht. About this time the ofllcers made their appearance and dispersed the mob be- lore activo hostilities uegan would he to-day on the south what Can ada Is on the north, a province of it for eign nation, nnd her citizens subjeots of Question nnd Answer. A bashful young man called upon a crowned bead. And with profound gratitude to God for his goodness to our tamers, wuictt lias louowea tMtr children from generation to generation, and Is with lis this day. enabllnir. na tn Madison avenu.flor..ton.day.la.t week fnSe'n'c'e", rd'CTngWulo and gave the proprietor $10 to construct acknowledge the debt we own to our aboquet which would say In floral lan- "glorious anoeetore." ,. guage, "Dearest , one, I love yon-be Lf i?"?,0?!?"?', ?',S!l2'l,; mine," and which was to bo delivered b inherited with our honor, trte. that evening without fall, at the resl- uenoe 01 aoeauiuui, accompusueu, ana tune and. If need be, wltk our Atter tne immdm daselnjr w Hnrnful with lta nriujr vtamr anil i,.,mui, n..uv,iii..,nunllll HI fJ UW Wl TWOM WTO early hour next morning the young lady danoera pauoad tn their enloTtaant oalukl at the same florist's and lnveatnd Thla vanlna nnlnria lb SZ.TO in a Doquet oonvevinir . the raes-1 indeiMndanaa. and, a m fV , . MP' NoL CI o"dy-lijrd elam."- of fireworks wUlbe gtvetAn all day's New York Mail and Kxpftjt, too othar aaiwWorts.