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A Fresh Lot of Opera Puffs. $4 Per Thousand, Opera Pad Cigarettes $4.00 j Per Thousand. i lY-Wlnc. an.l Minors nl n- ' ilmul rule. : HARRY BUM I CO. '. HARRY BAUM A CO. Vol Y. No. SO. San Antonio. Texas. Monday. April G. 1 SS5. Ten Cents a Week The San Antonio Light. EMANUEL 206 Commerce Street, Wholesale $ Retail Liquor Dealer Oilers Wine nml I.lqnorn nt llic following prices FOR CA.SH ONiY. Port "Wlno Angelica Wlno Catawba Wlno Olarot Wlno Sherry Wlno Riesling Wlno Hook Wlno Quart Bottlo 26 Conts B. Berry Brandy Quart Bottlo 20 Conts Apple end Poaoh Brandy Quart Bottlo 36 Conts Holland Qln Quart Bottlo 00 Conts 6 Quar s Boor Ono Dollar Also have n Largo Slock id Whiskeys, Cordials and Case Wines That must lc Closed Out ly tho Flrot Day ol Mny. Kegnrdlcss id Cost. Call nml exntninu my Block. Emanuel Abrahams. J. H. MARQUART, -iiioiminou CRESCENT CITY And Doalor In Loathor and Findings, Wholosalo and Hoto.ll. Will Fell J on n Hoot nr Shoo Home and lltiml Made. My stock Is superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollnrs worth of ready bund made goods to he closed out nt prices lower tlinii heretofore known.. Tills oiler Is for the next 1)0 days. Cult curly anil ho convinced. FIno Custom Work a Spoelalty. No. 17 Solodadst. op. Courthouse JAMES MARTIN, MANIIFACTUIIKK AM) DHAI.KK IN Fine Boots and Shoes, S37 ConimerciiHtreel. Nrt Poor to Ithoilllia A Trliimkv'n. NEXT TO COUIITHOUSE, jBPBulBV Ot IT ! mint u luirtfitlii U Kt It. (live (HIIU-4h t tlllt I l'IIIIHUU)Oll 1 1 it t to of o er thing- (ill lniml. BATHS WI! IIAVU .lUSTHKCHlVKI) Millinery Gootlsjats, Boimets.Etc., In endless variety, anil ex re nil n cordial invitation to all In rail and examine our attractive goods. A lieautllul linn of Children's Hats for Boys $ Girls JUKI opened. Also n nice line of CHI I.IIKF.N'S nml MtHSI'S IIIIKSSCS In (Slnliilln nml I'Wtie. LACKS AM) i:Mllltc)ll)nitll'.S III cn.llcss l ill Icly, Closing Out Sale of Dress Goods, el. NniiVhm- He ulirnlucrcil riiuiiiluiiy rilllcrnsul only 13. Corner Commorco and Navarro Williams & Russell (Successors to Soule & Williams) VVHOI.ESAI.K AMI ItKTAII. lKAI.i:i(S IN Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Putty, Brushes, Kalsomine, Alabastine, And Step and Extension Ladders. AKonUfnr Crystal risto alass Company and Am rill Heady Mlie.l Paints. Have on lianii ft full lino nt Waif Taper llunuleKJ ami thiorall iif latest dn'n. whllh wo ars now pre pared to soil ut Hard Time 1'ilce. We also have ik'IIM woikiixu and are rrctiareJ to con. tract for all work In this Una. Also a lull lino cl Curlalus, thanes, Poles and futures, Art Materials, etc Ho. 233 and 235 East Houston Street. ABRAHAMS, .Quart Bottlo 25 Oonte Quart Bottlo 26 OontB Quart Bottlo 2C Cents ...Quart Bottlo 20 Conts ...Quart Bottlo 25 Cents Quart Bottlo 20 Conts nr iiik MANUFACTORY Tiirla-ltuWrnn Italia urt llm lint Thing mil for Oulth, lthaimatum, Xmnilqia, lvmm Oak ami all Skin Din ratrt. Aim Hot, (W, SAumr ami 71.A Italia at A, f.VI.V'.S', Cottier Commerce ami Atnmn Streila. OUKSlMtING STOCK OP - f.n Streets, San Antonio, Texas. THE CANADIAN REVOLT. STORES UnOKEN INTO BY REB ELS AND SACKED. Hebels Armrd with Shotguns ntul Ilepcntlng nines - Houston Knights of Lnbor, Etc. IHMIHt UlllCKCTI llOttX. Al'snx, April I. The ranger force Is being cut down In coii!c'iiicnce of the meagre, appropriation. Captain llaylnr and Ills company, In service. In tin: CI l'nso county, will tic mustered nut tint l.'lh Inslunt. H. Mlllpl fU'll.MVI i. Comtaniixoii.i:, April I. The grand Heherlf of Mecca lias Issued it proclama tion declaring Kl Mnlull an outlaw, nml notifying all truo Moliamiueilanstliat the English havo tho right to treat him ns n cotnmaniler-uiurdcrer. This proclama tion goes on toileclare that Kl Miihill has massacred liundredsoftrue believers and caused tlio murder of Ocncnil (iorilon. for liout prayers had heen ottered up at .Mecca as n friend of Mohnuiinedmis. KMIUMI AXIl TUIIkhV. I.11M.11V, April I. It Isstaled at Itirlln mid Vienna that negotiations between England nnd Turkey for nu nndcrslnnd Ingot the Egyptian iiiestlon have rallen Ihroiigli, England hellevlng the Afghan crisis to be over, and having withdrawn Hie concessions wntcli sno tillered when she desired the alliance ofTurkey against Htissln. It Is reported tho .Sultan Is In censed at England's action lo obtain his signature lo the Egyptian convention, ami at Fehnil Pasha's course In submit ting to such treatment without n protest. Fcliinl 1'nsha has.lt Issahl, beeiireealleil liy tho .Sultan. I'NCI.i: 1IIMH, I'l l!! lllsi AX klki ihst. llursiov, Tex., April I Major Daniel .Mi (Jury, editor ami proprietor of the Age. with n view to continue fullllllng his promise to furnish the citizens of the Union city with a llret-class evening paper, no matter hat successes or vicis situdes of fortune mav befall other Journalistic, enterprises, to-ilny pur- ciuiseii iroiu jir. .1, 11. .11 orris mo entire out II t of type, etc., formerly used on the late Telegram, of this city, which has In en stoned nwny overshoe the ileinlfe of that neiisimper. The .Major proposes toshapo dills so that the Age will be come 111010 anil 1 oro Indispensable to the reading public, and If In future It becomes necessary, he will bo prepared to branch out us a full Hedged morning dally. iHiA'it i:m.v n KMI1.AM1. I.0.M.0X. April l.-Thc I'all Mall (la zetts states that tho reply of Husslii to England's proposals concerning the Af ghan frontier line In dispute Is most conciliatory. The Russians earnestly wish tho Joint coiuiuIpsIoii would com mence the work or settling the frontier as soon as possible. They accept the principle of the dellnltloii of a zone of suriey, but Instead of drawing the southern boundary of the zone at what they consider the north line of the fron tier ot Afghanistan, which Is an Imag inary line drawn across the desert steppe, they propo-c that the Hue of the one survey be carried up lo the only natural lino of demarcation existing namely, the llorkus spur of the l'ara pamlsiis. The dlllcrcnce between the English and llusslan ptoposnln, I he I'all Mull (Itizetts says, Is that the zone pro posed by HiisbIh would Include n trian gular piece or steppe, tiienty 10 tlfiy miles wide, which uouhl ho excluded from t lie zone oT survey w Ithln whleh the English propose to conline the work or the boundary cominltslou. Miion nnixt Kin ri:.ici:. J,tiMo', April I. It Is announced that Ucncral llrahaiu has been ordered by the government to nt once open peace negotiations with Osuian Dlgnn or the sheiks between .Sunklui anil llerbcrlpos sesslng the power to control the natives. It Is stated that O'enerul (iraham has been Instructed lo secure such terms ns will enable him to evnculate I he, coun try at once. It Is In pursuance or these particular Instructions that Central (iridium, to-day, withdrew his whole force back from Tamal to Sunklui, leav ing only 11 small contingent nt Mc Neill's zerelm. It Is believed that 110 operations will he undertaken against 'Inmanieb The heat Is practically Intolerable In the desert west of Tamal, which Itself almost beyond the lulliience of tho waters or the lied sen. Ulllcers ami men of Ucnernl .Stewart's forces are completely disgusted over the negative results of the expedition, iinil are nil anxious to be nt once called home. The disgust of the mngnlilcent fellows who came from Australia to help the KXIIIIITS OK LAlltm OKIIANIlMl. lloi'siux, Tex., April 4. A strong movement Is now on Toot looking to tho reorganization of the three Knights of Labor. organizations ot Houston. At a not remote time three of these societies of worklnginen were In good working order, but through an unaccountable lethargy on tho part of the members, they ono lifter nnolhei lapsed, Ilull'alo assembly, composed entirely of hard working men, being the last to end its labors. The old knights who now unvo the reorganization of the lapsed assem blies in hand are selecting the very best material from the old assemblies, and propose to pattern one of the most suc cessful assemblies 111 (Jnlveston tho (Julf Side assembly owning Its own meeting room, which Is thoroughly lurnlsheil, nnd its own library nnu reading room. To tho library una reading room mem bers of the new Houston assembly will have access day unit night, where they can rend, write or play games that are recognized In the social circle. One marked fcaturo that tliey propose to havo In their by-laws will be that tegular meetings shall be held but tn Ice a month Instead of weekly. The combined mem bership of the old assemblies reached about J0). ft Is expected to commence the reorganization with a membership or at least II), being picked men from the old nesemblles on the score or Intelli gence, enruestness nnd moral worth. Those now Interesting themselves In tho movement are making progress as fust ns they desire, and say Hint they propose lo build n lasting structure on the ex periences or the past. iiik 1.1 rri.it win tx i ixiiii. WixNtmi, April I. William Howie, or High llliill's, Mnnltoha, who returned In that place Thursilny from the vicinity of tho rebels, says: "Two weeks ago Wednesday, Kiel, with n gatigofnbout I0JM, declared war, and started on n marauding expedition. The day before Kiel started ho addressed n large meet ing of halMireeds In n Cnlholln church near llatouchcs crossing. He ndvlsed all to nrm themselves nnd prepare tot n light, ns It wns evident Justice could he secured by no other method," Tho llrst unlawful nets committed were the breaking Into n store kept by lleorge Kerr nnd the sacking of a store kept by Waller. A, Maker, on the oppo site side or the riter. In nil enses the rebels took whnt they could 11 nil, anil I hen made prisoners ortho store-keepers. The object of the rebels seemed to be to strike at the Dominion (iovernmciil, ns they Imprisoned nil (invernmeiit otll clnls and clerks they could lay hands 011, lllel sent couriers up to I bier White Captohnvo Ills band Join them, and snid lie wns golngtoclean out the whole settlement nt I'rlnce Albert, They hnd M prisoners, nil whiles, locked up In the (.'nl hollo church near ilntouchc crossing before Howie left. Howie says that Kiel's halMirerd fol lowers have. 1.7) repenting rifles, while the Indians are armed with shotguns. As to I he cannon possessed by lllel, tracks of which were round In several place, Hon p Is or opinion that the enn 110ns had been taken from I'ort I'areton. (iatiriel Diiinont and a man named (larnenu nr ciders, next to lllel, In Ihe rebellion. The English hnlr-breeds did not Join lllel, ns lie expected, hut Instead went to I'rlncn Albert anil nllled them selves wllh tho whiles and police, who nre all In thn fort there. HalMireed report show that Crozler lelt 1:1 dead on the field at the I luck Inke light. The hnlr-breeds lost four killed nnd two wounded, ( roler's men tired llrst. The hair-breeds who were Inter viewed nsert positively that Kiel's orders lire never lo lire llrst. .sir A. T. (ialt has ollered to the (iov erinnelit Ihe ua of two steamers nml l!il barges, which are now nt .Medicine lint, being used by the (ialt company nt Hint point. These can tie brought tn n point opposite Hwm Current, w I1I1I1 Is on the Hue of the Canadian I'liclllc railway, rroin which point direct watcreominunl ration exists with I'rlnce Albert, the ordinary time required for voyage being two days, THE cTty'eLECTION. Tho Proposition to Ballil tho City Hnllnnd.Jnll Defeated. On .Saturday Ihe citizens were called upon to say whether they npproied of the project to borrow f7.ri,Ml to build the proposed city hall anfl Jail, and to elect iihlernien In tho First nnd Fourth wards. The election as fur ns the oily hall and jail was concerned, was 11 most apathetic one, and everywhere the nlilcr innnlc election was golngon, an unusual quietness prevailed. From the llrst It was almost n settled conclusion Hint the city hall project would receive Its quie tus. Not Hint the majority or citlens did not npiireelnlo Hie benefits or own ing their city hall, and Hie advantages of spending Ihe money In Ihecommunlty In these dull times, but tho objection was that Ihcro was no dcllulte plans as to wheru nor how tho hall should be erected. The vote oil tho proposition gave the following rcMili: Tor AirulUKl Miljoilly PIlTt UI1I-.I i : is Mf.111.1 WUI-.I . . 1 111 1 a si Thiol mini . ... Ill Inn II It will be seen from these figures that every ward voted against Ihe proposi tion, nml that it was defeated by n ma jority of !i.l voles. I'lie First wnrd election was contested by M. F. Corbett nml Otto Solum nt the clone of the poll, thu vote stood thus. Corbel! at- Holms . la", Majority for 1'orl.ell I" Henry I'auly and (lenrgo Hchroedcr fought hardly for Ihe honor of represent ing the Fourth ward. The result was an follows: I'niily :ir." KcliroiNler C Majority for I'niily Tro M. K. Corbett and Henry I'auly nro therefore the new aldermen, and Hie city will for some time at least continue to rent their headquarters Instead of owing them. DESERTION. How n Handsome Hackdnvcr Played Havoc with Hearts. A line looking woman, who gained a position ns clerk In n Houston street store Inst Friday, called n hack early this morning, In fiontof the Maverick hotel, nnd asked the driver to take her lo u boarding house on riolcdud street. Her nervousness and hasto In entering the hack excited this reporter's suspi cion and he awaited developments. 'I ho hackman was sent after her trunk nnd took It to the boarding house, hut the mistress or the house refused to take It and It wns taken to the police station. The husband of this line looking woman had, meanwhile, visited the wife nnd nccused her of deserting him fir the company of n certain good looking hack driver. A scene ensued, In which the woman disowned him ns her husband, nnd rclternted lierlntcntlon of deserting him. The husband Is quite desperate and further developments may he looked for. Germnnln Lodge, K and L. of II. This lodge, which Is the only German loilgo of that order in San Aulonlo, was rounded March '.1!, lsSTi, and, although It Is quite n new Institution, It has now al ready about forty members In good standing, with the following officers: Protector, lr. O. M. Wasserrunnn; Vice Protector, Einllln Zltzelmann; Past Pro tector, Louis (Jerloch; Treasurer, S. Wolfson: Hecretary. Dr. If. Mencer: Fi nancial Treasurer, Max Neuendorf!'; Medical Examiners nnd Physicians to the Lodge, Drs. Mcnger and Wasser mann; Committee on Hick Members, Adam .Schmidt, Louis Weycl, John I.ch mnnn, Marin .llzehnnun, .Marin Kuhnc and Elizabeth Krlsch. Every flrst-clnss denier sells Opera Putrcigarettos. Will not stick tothollps. THE DISTINGUISHED ASTRONO MER VISITS OUR CITY. Interesting Details of tho Lite nnd Work ot the Anglo-American Professor. A distinguished stranger has visited San Antonio, nml vet he Is not a stranger, became his name nmlwo'k nre known to every Intelligent i ll In n. This visitor Is noncotlicr than Professor II. A. Proclor, the celebrated English astronomer, who has by his lecture ami Ills hooks done more to popularize nml explain tho science ut astronomy llinn any other scientist, past or present. As it may Interest our readers to learn something more or this remarkable man, we would sujr that Proressr Klchard An thony Proctor was born at Chelsea, London, March 'J.I, IM7, nml ha there fore Just passed the ilh year of his age. Being :i delicate child, he was ed ucated mainly nt home, but Inter he be came nn undergraduate at King's ( ol Icge, London, ami of St. .lohu's College, Cambridge. At the latter place lie eamu out in HKJna II. A. nml 1 u km v-1 unto wiiimii.kii. In ISM ho wns elected n fellow of the llovnl Astronomical society, London, nnd wns subsequently secretary of that society nml editor of its journal. In 1h7;I ho was ajipoliitcd to an Honorary Fellowship of King's college, London. Turning his attention to astronomy, liennnllzed the researches of tho ller srbels. Strove, nml other noted astrono mers, made n ferle of original resear ches, nnd prepared nn clnhorntc nml wonderful chart ol ;l'JI,il stars. Pro fessor Proctor become not merely n stu dent, but nn "original thinker." and sprang into n foremost position by ad vancing new theories of ihe stellar uni verse, which nro proving tube accurate. He Investigated the Transits of Venus of Is; I anil p.s'2, and published iinnv valuable churls. lie maintained In lili on theoretical grounds, HicSolnrCoromi, which bus since been well established by observation, nnd the Inner complex solar atmosphere w hlcli has been proved bv Professor Young, or America. His theory of spots 011 the Sun, though then disbelieved, have SIM'K IIKKN III MIINSI It 11 1 l, nnd recently accepted by tho lioynl Astronomical society ns a fuel, lie Is now- recognized nt the llrst living authority. While lecturing In this country tin was so favorably Impress! d vv llh It that he decided to become a citi zen of the I nlled Stales. Ho recently removed from England ami is now per manently located at St. .Inc. Missouri. As n lecturer, Prof. Proclor has won golden opinions in England nml in Ihe I'nlteil States. He has ngood presence, melodious voice and excellent delivery. One great feature of his lectures is thai they lire clothed In language easily un derstood by the ordinary heiirer.niid are Illustrated by Hie most niithnrlllvu Illu minated diagrams. One can learn more Practical astronomy In 11 lecture by Prof. Proclor than in many days reading. Professor Proctor has r.rlltcn many books 011 the subject of astronomy anil these nro by far Ihe most imu 1 1111111.H vviitiK-i is nn: 1rn.11.1-1, and suitable fur nil readers. Ills princi pal works arc "Saturn nml Its Systems," "Ilnndbook oniie Slurs," "(Jynnmonlc Star Atlas," "I onstellallons," "sun Vleusoflhe Earth," "Half Hours with Willi the Telescope," "Half Hours with the Stars," "Other World's than Ours." " The Plurality of Worlds," "Tno Sun." "Light Science for Leisure Hours." "Ele mcnlarv Astronomy," "Orbs Around I's," "Elementary (Jeogniihy," 'Mihoul Alias of Astronomy,1' "Essays on As tronomy," "The Moon," "llorilerlanil of Science." "Expanse r Heaven," "Uni verse." "Coining Transits," "Tho Tran sit of Venus." "A Treatise on Cycloid and nil forms of Cvcloldlcal Curves," ami Matter Ejected from the Sun." Professor Proctor Is In love with the scleiiccthnt lie ha-i mndo his especial study, and Is singularly Independent In theory nml net. The spirit or Independ ence was shown strongly in the follow ing Instance. Professor Proctor urn nt one time n convert to the Itoman Ctilho Ho church, nnd n loyal member or that body until 1K7.", when It was strongly in timated that some or his theories and enunciation were contrary to nn: catholic r.iiin nnd should ho renounced, Professor Proclor knew Hint his theories were based upon scleiitlllo deduction. Ho could not honestly rcnoiinco them, mid he choso therefore to retire from tho Cntholla church. It Is also shown In Ihe fact that he has never been n rnnilldato for any of the many salaried olllces with in his grasp, his income being derived mainly from his books nnd lectures. 'Iho nbence of thu International copyright law has. robbed the Professor of many thousand dollars In this country where his hooks nre wlilelv sold and from .which, except In a few Instances, he de rives no nriieui. in conversation with tho writer Piofcssor Proclor expressed himself very strongly on this Injustice. "The pnper maker, the printer, the pub lisher, ' said he, "nil make their prollt out of the American editions, but the writer who tins given time, money, eta., In preparing the work, docs not rccelvo 11 single cent. Surely ho is entitled to participate in tho prollt that mainly emnniate from Ids brain and experience?' Tho present Is Professor Proctor's llrst visit to Texas, and It is to be hoped Hint It will not be the last. At Houston nnd tinlvcstou he met with A IIAMI-Oili: KhCKlTIMX nnd drew large audiences. In San An tonio his success hai not heen great. This may ho due to tho choice of tho place, the want of proper advertising, and the nimlhy of our citizens tosclcn tlllc truths, San Antoninus nre not much nn science anyway. Tho writer remember having induced Professor Hozeau to lecture at thu Casino on the then all-absorbing topic, the Transit of Venus, nnd the small number who at tended. It Is a notorious fact that while a large gathering is readily made In San Antonio for a variety show, 11 dance, or anything or 11 sportive character, only n few can be round to listen lo lectures of 11 scicntlllo or edlrylngchnrncter. While this Is not creditable to the Intelligence of Snn Antonio, Professor Proctor need not be dlscournged. He fares no worse than the genial llozeau and the erratic Cnrl Schurz. II. lt-T. Fashionhw llheater 1 V'S'S 1 SIMMS & SAMUELS, - PROPRIETORS. Marl Grayson, Director of Amusements. to oun rvrnoKTSi All parlies viiitinj? this Theatre can rett atsured that Ihe but of order shall b maintained, and any one shouting, whittling, loudly stamping, or otherwise disor derly, will be placed under arrest and prosecuted lo Ihe full exlent ol the law. A special officer is employed by Ihe management and is in constant attendance to se cure the enforcement ol these rules. PRE-EMINENT! Firmly set in public favor, and constantly adding new laurels to the FASHION'S wreath of artistic EXCELLENCE! Monday. Tuesday, and Weflneflav, April 6Jnd U885. The; Grandest Hill of liiitertainmeiu Ever Offeredln THIS CITY, of Miss Carrie Linton! 1'ln.t iippciiniiico of II,.. 1 .-centric c -111111, Hie nrlirltiiil "Ham Hliium," J. C. FLETCHER, l.limulsl. Vocalist. I'oine.lliin, nml 1111 rlll In i iery sense of the wool. Ijlleor Hill l-l 1 s Mllislrels I'ro'lm Honor Hie Ureal Moral Kensillloli, Ihe Ticket-of-Leave Man K r.imni ati: 1 till" I- loeeiHTy llmt Itol.erl llrlerly, 11 prisoner III Hie Portland Penitentiary, sen. lein . il lo Ihe )i nm iniiiiI sen llilile. com uleil nl I lie Cenlrnl 1'rlltiliml liiuit. Old ll.olv. r.ir liiiK-liiireounlerrell Hunk or Kiuiliiml .Nolo, In couslilcmtlou of Ills e, cm- nn r my ilinrire for clllillicc loir promptly at s :lth ijuiKliutilc Mischief lull. lii, Inir I'ljnn, Iliel MUSICAL INTEIII.UDE. I.I week of (lie Cliiirmlllir Serin ( omlc 1I110, the Wilson In ih'w uikI itiiikllnif vocal y ljit week of Iho I.-MBRRITT vpiH-nrliiir hi tlu lrown orliilnnl etenllon enlltleil, "WAHIIKItWOVIAN'n IIIITI. lVfoI,u-"l't",,",,,rt,l'C '''I'l1""' """ee, Willy hai limn, l'urai Meetlnir Hie nccnmpli-luil ScrloComlc Vocalist, Miss Carrie Linton! Si-eon., week hikI f.t.w kiu-ii-m of tliv wrlhihlc mointnlm or Miick-rtuf. Irmik-ni'fk fliilur ami "Ititirc, j j Dan.oKEATIIMG & FLYNlJohn Sl UKIMt MUJC OimOKCHKSTUA IsllMt WI I k (if tllf tllllHilt-il MM'lllIM, I 11 -I appearance or Hie ooivnlrlc comedian, lliti orlirlunl "Hum Simon," J. O. FLETCHER, LiiiKiiti-t. Vnciilwt, Cimeilliin, and an artist In eicry sense of the wont, Uto or iliui rly's MlnMrela. W llh llielr llanjos, 111 arllslle and pIcusliiK solus, tlio WILSON SISTERS. VICTORIO & CLEO! Ill tlirlllliiiT aiitl tniirvi'llmiH featu Ukhi thu TrHjx In thucimkint ki iiih or ht-r ri i-iTtoIri', tlio lrilllint wivalist. Miss Carrie Linton! liKlintr tln -rulnir'ii 1 iiliTlafnment with thu nx1uctlon of Tom Tayloi Irf-ttutiriil ilnuim, In I Itli ull lift ClIt'ilM, l-lltUJl'd m m CKET-OF-LEAVE Willi the fotlowlnir Miwerful cast: May IMivnriK, Mrs. Wlllnuitliti).. film Wlllnuitliti). eller. viiim Ir. (llboi ein ll.1li1.11 ll'd'hy .. . aeli'oil llurton (luesls. J' Three )eurs are supiawed to Imvo Brilliant and attractive Novelties in active preparation. co mail 1 1 f f ifi? i.82 r-T t3 S 3 S i i 1 1 iiu il fV . n H 5 s I g s i " I I I sfs i e h !ilt! ! M ! ! Ill s s ! 1 ? I 5 S : : : : s D .S Q i Hit j-iilii I tin - iiciiiiiiIIIh'.I voenllsl roliTI.ANIi, June 27, 1S.V,. Hie past lliree )curs, Is nereoy irrntiliil n or Hie miIIi JllllS IIOIir.llTM. (lovr llie product loll or Mil. JOHN H.VNN'H l:tliloiliin hirn-of Brewing!" nlollier mcmlier r Miimuiotli tompnny. ...FASHION OltCHESTHA Sisters! Miuar Skt Icli .rllMn, & WARING-Bcrtha .OUOIIESTltA iii-tH-MMiry inuKk'ul, iiuilmiileiil nml Mft'iilo ..Miss bin (f rayson Mr. J. (I. Flctclirr jr. (inirite Vlctorlu Mr. Murk Unison r. John H. Morrltt Mr, I hi n Keutlnir jr, k iiurrons Navies, etc, elapH betmvn the llrst and second acts.