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; JUST ARRIVED, j A Fresh Lot of Opera Puffs. j j $4 Per Thonsand. j ! tyr-lustbosold. Otherrooris ! In prniKirtlon. ! KARAT BAUM J. CO. i ml Miiuiira at re- . HARRY 6AUM 1 CO. Vol Y. No. 82. San Antonio, Texas. Wednesday. April S. 1 SS5. Ten Cents a Week NOTICE. Opera Pad Cigarettes $4.00 i Per Thousand. EMANUEL ABRAHAMS, 206 Commerce Street, Wholesale $ Retail Liquor Dealer Oilers Wines nnd Liquors nt the following prior FOR, CASH; ONXTT. Port Wlno Anffollca Wlno Catawba Wlno Olarot Wlno Sherry Wlno Rlosllng Wlno HonU Wlno 3, Berry Brandy Applo and Poach Brandy Qunrt Bottlo 35 Oonts Holland Qln Quart Bottlo 35 Oonts 0 Quar s Boor Ono Dollar Also have ii t.nrge Slock of Whiskeys, Cordials and Case Wines That must be Closed Out by the First Day ol May. liegardless or Cot. Call anil examine my stock. Emanuel Abrahams. J. H. MARQUART, -ntnriUKToii CRESCENT GITyBODT Ull SHQEMAMACT0RY And Dealor In Loathor and Findings, Wholosalo and Rotall. Will sell you n Hoot or Shoo Home anil Hand Made. My stock la superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollars north of ready hand made goods to he closed out at prices lower thnn heretofore known. This offer Is for the next Ml days. Cull early and bo convinced. Fine OuBtom Work a Spoolalty. No. 1 7 Soledad st. op. Courthouse. JAMES MARTIN, JIAMUVtriUltKU AMI Dl:. I.Kit IN Fine Boots and Shoes, 337 Coniinttf ce Street, Nit Door to lftt04.hu & Teinpnkv'ii. LM.EMERSOH V YOU Ni;HI iilUNIiY, 1 , (TIIK IMMIIt MAN'S Hllt.NII,) NEXT TO COURTHOUSE, Or If ,mi want a Imrjrtthi for jour money, KiiK-wm n. tfot It. (Ilvu mo ii cull and U convinced that 1 win mo you money. I keep n little of over) thing nn hand. BATHS Vp IIAVHtlVhTHKimVKI) llirfGDDiUatUoiGts,!, In endless variety, and extend n cordial Invitation to all to call and examine our attractive goods. A beautiful line of Children's Hats for Boys $ Girls Just opened, Ahum litre llnnnr CHII.IIIIIIN'S nml MltWM DHKSSKS In (llnliam and l'l.iie. I.AL'i:H AND I!Mimoll)i:itli:.1 in endless viii li ly. Closing Out Sale of Dress Goods, niiigliama world Wo at Ujanls fur JI.nO: (lliurliams urlli tSo nt We; Roiteli (llnirlmnu, solid nil., ik. wnrlh 2.V1 ut I.Vi. Iliirxiilns In Silks, Satins, Yelvets, Curtains and Curtain Nets. AUo Table U i it-tin, Ixmt'ls, Napkins, vU very low prlfi-w- A lot of Dichh patterns, wli Kmbroldeied I'humbmy Patterns ut only m w;, JL&L 4&j Ji jut Jt. Corner Commerco and Navarro Streets, - San Antonio, Texas. Williams & Russell (Successors to Soule & Williams) WllOLKSALl: AND KICTAIl. I1KAI.K1I8 IN Paints, Oils, Yarnishes, Putty, Brushes, Kalsomine, Alabastine, And Stop and Extension Ladders. . f Ai?.?iVf0tSr"?aLPIM'M"MComJ".Vy,nJ.AvrrlM Ve"'' Mind I'Hlntl-. Ilnveon hand a lull line of Wall Paper lllwlrn anif IX-oorallon. of lain! lies nn. hlili r sif now pre pared to Mil at Hart TlmM Wo .l.o h.vo Hrllm workmen anil nle rre lie I locon MaUrlaVeto ,bsllne. Also a full line c.f Curlulm, hhaoes, folt and f mures. Art Mo. 233 and 235 East Houston Street. .Quart Dottlo 26 Oonta ....Qunrt Dottlo 25 Oonta ....Quart Dottlo 25 Oonts ...Quart Bottln 25 Cents ...Quart Bottlo 25 Cents ....Quart Bottlo 25 Oonts ..Quart Bottlo 25 Conto Quart Bottlo 25 Cents of hik j f Turko-Iluniian Hath art the JM Thing out for tWi. RheumatUm, Xeuralqia, Inon Oak ami all Skin J1. ram. Also Io(, Cold, Shown- ami 'M Jlathn at 4- ZlfJX'ti, Corvet- Vviimcr$r ami Alamo Streets. OUltSntlNO STOCK OF TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ELECTION NEWS-SOUTH AMERI CAN MATTERS. Grant's Condition Strike In Chi-cngo-Thc Virginia Fnmlno -Other News. WiN.mi. April li.-dcne ral .Middle ton began his advnnee from I'ort (ju'ap pf lie this morning, lie has about X) men. A and II bntterlea, w hich left hern last night, renched (Ju'nppelle at 10 o'clock. Wiiit.vnnN, April 7. Senor Ilatres, the Minister from Guatemala, has not received any Information from Cluate mala, confirming the report or Ihe death of Ueneral Jlarrlns. lie has received dispatches from Salvador, however, con tinuing the report. Uiiolllolal Informa tion bus been received here that Salva dor Intends Invading Guatemala. Cincinnati, April 7. This morning In Newport. Ky., Mr. MnMlllan hoarded u street car, In which .Mr. John I,, cmu mlngs, clerk In the Kim ... .1! I. 1 of this city, was n passenger, una Ing, "I have you now," tired three balls from a revolver Into his chest, causing Instant death. McMillan Immediately gaye hlmseirup. The story Is that he killed Ci nlngs In revenge for the ruin or bis daughter. McMillan Is a cutter In the clothing manuractary of Israel Herman. No. 1211 West I'evll itreet, where he Is spoken of as an Industrious and peaceable man. He bad never spo ken there or any trouble. Dktuoit, April 7. The election yes terday In this state passed oir quietly. Ilesldcsclty and township olllcers, the electors voted 'or Justice of Ilia Supreme court and regentB of the I'nlicrslty. Less than hair of the full vote was enst In this city, and a very light vote was polled throughout the State. In this oily Morse, Democratic candidate for Justice, received n majority ol 6-JM over Judge Cooley, Kepiibllcau and 1'rnhlbl tionlst, with one precinct to hear from, which Is strongly Democratic, line hundred and eighty-four precincts heard from In the SlaleoutsMoofDetrolt.give a Democratic majority of4J()7. At the election last fall, the same precincts gave 11 Republican, majority of L'J-JO. At midnight the Free Press, Democratic, claims lu.OUO majority, mid the Post, Itepubllcuti, concedes a Democratic vic tory. WiiKKLixn, W. V., April 7. S. W. Wall, especially detailed on n horseback Jour ney through the famlno-strlckcn district of West Virginia, telegraphs Ihe follow ing account of the terrible suffering In that Stato. "There Is need of baste to the scene of the suffering In West Virginia. A section embraced In the counties of Calhoun, Hoan, Wirt, Itltchle, Pleasant, Doddridge, Lewis, Ollmer. llraxton, Upshur, Webster, Nicholas, Clay and Jackson, and parts of many or all rutin t es adjoining these. Is In a forlorn situa tion. In that district, from June until November of last year, It did not rain sulllclent to change the color ot a ploughed Held. The corn, oats mid ege tables were scorched to death, and the Inhabitants or the counties named, who are ror the most part fanners, owning from B to CO acres or ground, are entirely without provisions. As a result their cattle have died by hundreds nnd people have lived on corn meal and water, and the mortality among children ami the aged has been very great. Ciiy oir Mkxico, April 7. During n se oret session or Congress jesterday, Min ister Mnrlscal was summoned and was requested to give the ollldal news re ceived regarding the defeat of the forces erUuatemala, and also to say ITtbe exe cutive considered the question settled there-by, and irany measures taken by the government would be siifllclcnt to bring about theileslred result. Morlsenl rurnlshed scant data by saying that the executive Itself was not well Informed. Ihe army now en route to the frontier numbers 13,000 men, nnd Mexloo was now prepared to act upon the defensive oronenslvc. Attcr bearing this Infor matlon several deputies presented reso lutions that the evecutlve be authorized to declare waragalnst Ouatemala. '1 his being signed by a deputation, It was re ferred to the committee on foreign rela tions and war. The President of Salva dor Is not yet certain or victory In spite of the death of llarrios nnd wants active aid from Mexico In order to terminate the war quickly and with as little, loss priireas possible. The common heller here now Is that Diaz will accede to Sal vador's request and that Congress will grant the necessary authority for a de claration of war. THE JURY SYSTEM, And Especially the Petit Jury ond Its Abuses. Killlor Sun Antonio Mglit. This system has as many defects as the grand Jury system. The American peo ple, from the foundation of their Govern ment, have had embodied In the Federal Constitution, and BUI of ltlglits, and In all or the States or the Union, a clause, declaring the right or trial by Jury shall forever remain Inviolate. 1 repeat the sentiment again: when government, or any port or our ludlclary system becomes rotten and rt failure, there Is an Inherent right In the people to abolish, alter or amend them to suit the wants and necessities of the people of to-day. We have, as ft people, been taught to look upen the right of trial by Jury as one p,r ou,r mpst, saored rights, and to speak about any reform. The system smacks or treason In the minds or men who live alone In the past and do not bestow one single thought on the present. 1 am told It was good enough ror our forerathers. All right. But to-day, I assert It to be a fraud and a failure so far as the execution of the law Is concerned. This Is a broad assertion, I nui told. Now, some ot the proofs: It la a noto rious fact that II. may, with express malice, aforethought, kill and murder C. without rear of law or punishment. If j. is weauny, 11 as an tniiuentlal ramlly and friends to back him, although there are no extenuating elrrumslanres, the rcd-lianded murderer bids drllance to Justice nnd law. and i -ii' ,1 ttcv ud en has this I.. v It us take ui..i 1 - .,,,1 mnllre, kills (,'.; there are some extenu ating circumstance. The proofs are nut as clear asthey should hc.hut II. Is poor, friendless, penniless and alone In the world, wltbooi family or Influence to hack him. He will be hung as high as Hainan; no reasonable doubt can save blni. 'I he Jury don't leine tho box un til they Ii nil 111 1 1 guilty nnd assess tho death penalty or imprisonment Tor lire. Have you never seen this done III llexar count)? Let a poor, unknown, friend less Mexican or negro be charged with an tilleiise. The Jury, nine times out or 10, reterses Ihe rule nf law ami pre sumes his guilt and rails upon I1I111 to establish hlslnnaeence. 'I lie plain truth is, i ii is 11 ouey anu inuucnrc control jih- I law. To show you nn Instance or the benuty or the Jury system: O was put 011 trial In the District court charged with n mis demeanor. His guilt was evident and was proten the had no defence. 'I be Judge nt 11 1 1 1 11I him herniisii the punish ment alllxed by law was too setcre. Another, In nn adjoining county In llexar, an old mnii was charged with re ceiving stolen properly, knowing isehlng stolen property, knowing It In lie stolen. 'I he nrnof was clear: the lurv promptly ni'iiilited 1 1 1 1 11 lie was too old to goto the penitentiary. Hundreds nT sii h Instances (nil In cited tbrollghnut tbeSlnti'. Some day when )ou have n lelsuie moment drop Into the District court room. V011 will see the precau tion taken to draw the Jury and all efforts made hy the court and all the olllcers of the law to select good mid true men ror Jury duty, nnd when they are empanneled, counsel for defence nnd for the slnle exercise their right to challenge, the complexion of the nholejury Is changed, and .Mr. professional Juror supplies their places. It Is the most dangerous as well as the most expensive system that ever dis graced any civ liked people. I nm asked to suggest n remedy for the evil. I say again If there Is 11 wrong there Is nlwiivs a repicdy. It rests with the people In whom all political power Is vested. The people are beginning to reel this evil and will llnil n remedy. Yours, Ittv. Alderman Pauly Unlmpenchcd. 'I lie I. Kill r publishes with pleasure n onmmunlcAllon from Alderman Henry I'ii uly In reply to nn Item published In tho local columns yesterday, whereby an Injustice was done I1I111 through the two previous statement of an lll-ndvlsed reporter. Mr. Pimly Is esteemed ns one of Sau Antonio's most rellnnle iltlzcns, ami the l.iiiur has no desire to do him vv rong. Hilllnr Sun Anlimlii MHlil. "Your local III yesterday's Issue of tho I. mill In which my name Is mentioned. Is calculated to place me In n Inlse posi tion, and is doing me nn Injustice. If you will publish the names or Ihe par ties vv I10 teBtllled and corroborated my statement, to-wlt: Mr. Telch.thesciilp tor and Mr. Harsch, an honest laboring man, nnd then consider those who made contrary statements In the case as Dun bar, the principal, Jack I.jons and Charles Selbel, then the publlo can easily see lot themselves as to whom to believe most, and whose veracity will be most valued. I have lived In Sun An tonio all my life nml I am certain that my reputation as to truthfulness and ve racity stand well In this community. itespeciiuiiy tours, Hkmiy Paui.y. Needs Looking Into. There Is much complaint of the ovel crowded condition or our city public schools, nnd there nre hundreds or chil dren denied admission because there Is 110 room ror their accommodation. There Is more money inked and needed to meet the demands by the school board. While the I. linn Is In favor or spending all the money possible on the education of the children of our city, at the same time It believes there are cer tain evils to be looked Into, and also the laws governing puhliu schools, should be cumplled with as much as posslblo as to what uge applicants are entitled to re ceive the henetlls of the publlo sohool fund. The school lawsstlpulate the age or the scholar to be between 8 nnd It) years. If the school board will take the trouble to ascertain theatres ofthe schol ars In our public schools, they will find not a few or them under the age of N and a number over the age of 18. While these scnolars who have no right to at tend the publlo schools, others nre de nied the prlviledge for want of accom modation. The l.tuiiT thinks tbat after a scholar passes the age of 18 and has not received sulllclent common school education In 8 years, there should be some regulation whereby this class can pay for their tuition, as If In private schools, but which fund can be covered Into the school treasury for tho benefit of the younger pupils. The school hoard might II nil It prolltnble to look in to these matters. Written rur tho I.iiuiT. A Deal Charitable Institution. The ophthalmologic!)! department of the University of Leipzig, Saxony, Is one of the greatest Institutions of Its kind In the world. According to statis tics there were admitted In one year, and treated, Including operations and medicines, freo or charge, among lG.:iW consultations, 437.1 poor patients 2315 males, 1317 females and 1181 children. There were performed 1021 larger oper ations on the eye for the following troubles : llemovlng foreign bodlet, :i;iu times; eyelid operations, I3.H times; on tue lacrymni unci, is times; live opera tions for tuinors, and .'I transplantations of the mucin membrane of the eve of a rabbit ufler operations. Operation for sqnlnt-eye, 2i times; cancer, 1U; parna ceulcsla nf the cornea, :W: gray cataract. 107; green cataract, 7r; dissection or sclera and retina, 12; extirpation orbul bus. 11. Among the 4t73 noor eve-nn tlenls, there were 4282 from the kingdom of Saxony, 372 from Prussln, 187 from the surrounding countries, nnd Ihe rest rrom different places, inis report con cerns, ns stated, only those patients who were treated entirely Iree of charge. They are presented In the lecture room nt each lecture to the students or medi cine, who can thoroughly study each case or perform operations under the leader. Dr. CoccIub, who Is one or the most renowned occullsts nnd operators known. Kvery first-class dealer sells Opera Pull' Cigarettes. Will not stick tothollps. TOM HOWARD'S BENEFIT. P-vm 1.) nn 1 Pythias by Frederick , Vardri To.nlehl. "lilchellm" was given last night at Turner hall by Mr. Frederick Warde to , an audience that was not so large ns the representation or the play undoubtedly deserved. Mr. Wnrdo's conception or that prince or diplomats and cardinals was masterly In every respect, and Miss Mittens vvillctt folly sustalnrd her rap-Idly-Increasing n nutation as Julie De Mortimer. The I mils XIII hy T. K. (larrlck was nlsoin xl. and the Chevalier De Manprat hyJi.M 1 P.. Kellerd was one of linn ability. I' j remainder or the cssle was all adrii ttely sustained. To-night Damon and Pythias will bo performed, and In uddltlou to tho pleas ure or witnessing mis inagnlllcent play, tho audience will know that they are contributing 10 Ma lager Tom Howard's benellt, nnd as it I- but Just to show an apprenlatlon of III- efforts or this Inde fatigable caterer, Ihe Liciiir hopes that Turner hill will he lllled to Its utmost imparity. PERSONAL POINTS Collected Front Hotel Corridors nnd E: lewhere. Miss lllrdle Hrvui who baa been stay ing at .Mrs. Cole's for the past three months, leaves to morrow for her homo In llurllngton, lown, I. 11. llobertson.S. C.j J.S. Dunlav, Houston; ltobert Guthrie, lverrvllle; W. K. Flthlan, Laredo; George Iturklln, Providence; J. A. Mnrtln, Colonel T. Thompson. Texas: Mrs. Iloon, Miss Kate Iteyslin, Clinton, Mo.; ltobert McClure, Fort Worth; J. M, Glrnrd. Houston; J. Marshall, New Orleans: T. K. Senton, City or Mexico; Thomas W. Dodd. Laredo; II, F. Groy, California, Mo.; F. Lambert, lloerne, nre nt the Hotel Mnv Ick. FjBNt. A light occurred on Dolorosa street near the Southern hotel this morning about 10:30 o'clock between n colored employe ofthe hotel and n colored bar ber. The contest wns very exciting and severe, and drew quite a crowd. Again on Deck. The Zottarclll Italian string band has Just returned rrom a two months' rusti cating trip over the country and report having had n good time and line recep tions wherever they announced their arrival. They will play to-night nt the Vienna garden. Election ol Olllcers. At a ineetlngof the llexnr lliildliig nnd Loan association, held yesterday, the fol lowing board of tllrectota were elected for the ensuing year: W. Ileiiermanu, (i. It. Dnshlrll, A. Dreiss, M. Slociim, V.. Itlsche, II. LI 11- dorr, J. P.. Labatt, J. A. Fruser, J, II. Mcl.eary. W. CT. U. Tho ladies or San Antonio nre cordial ly Invited to attend n meeting or the Women's Christian Temperance Union, to bo held on Thursday (to. morrow) af ternoon nt 3 o'clock promptly at the Trinity Methodist church, corner Pecan street and Avenue C. Mrs. C'lanly will give 11 lecture on the Methods of Work for Local Unions. Marvellous Skill. Yank Adams, the general manager or the Chicago Sporting Joiimnl, who ar rived In the city from Galveston yester day. Is the guest or Mr. W. II. Sluiuis during his soloiirn here. Yank Adams needs no Introduction at our hands, his marvellous finger billiard performances being well known. It Is probable that 'ere Ihe gentleman leaves the city he wilt be prevailed upon toglvoun exhibi tion of Ids skill, lie Is en route through the Slate III Ihe Interest or Ids paper. Surprlso Party. A very pleasant surprise parly was given Inst night nt the residence or MHs Josephine Itauer. on Ilium street. There were liresent Messrs. F. Laconic. L. La- coste, W. FrlesB, Tom Johnson, Joe Flory, Ed Oullbeau, F. Villarenl, K. Grlesenbeck, U. Grlesenbcck, It. Zepeda, O'Connor, A. Ilrlnur, A. Fretiller, S. .James, u. vvniker, i nvre, anil .Misses I.acoste, Close, Dunbar, Johnson, l'p- snn, Walker, Glanton and Meadnmes Fuvre, Hamilton and Grlesenbeck. Salad Supper. Tho Ladles' Missionary society or the First llaptlst church gave ft salad sup per at No. 402 East Houston street last night to raise funds to pay for new fur niture for the parsonage. The supper was under the manage ment ot Mesdames l.owry, Hackett, Letts, Maurer and Ilrookway, ably as sisted by Misses Horton, Mary Mayer and Mamie llracey. The affair wui conducted successfully, and realized quite a handsome sum for the object given above, though the ac tual figures cannot be ascertained to day, Military orders. itecrult ltobert L. ltansom, enlisted by the recruiting officer at San Antonio, is assigned to Troop A, Eighth cavalry. Sergeant James lluclianan, Company I), Sixteenth Infantry, having completed tho Out v asBtgned him per paragraph II, orders No. 32, current scries, Fort Moln tosh, will return to bis station at Fort Mcintosh. The commanding olllaer post or San Antonio will forward following recruits to Fort Mcintosh: Thomas Helton, Com pany D, Sixteenth Infantry; John W, l'endcrgnst anil llobert L. ltansom, Troop A, Eighth cavalry. A Solo Wanted. Ono or the mnst Important needs or the City or San Antonio Is a large vault or sare where the city books nnd papers can be kept In security. A great deal of money uns ueen spent anu suiiueing nv proprlated In the Engineering depart ment for mnna and lilats. which are al lowed to lav around on tables and shelves, and are In great danger or being destroyed by lire or carried off. The books and tax rolls In the Assessor's nnd Tax Collector's offices are also scattered around on the floor and on boxes. The loss of these books would be a verv seri ous one to the cltv. A secure denosltorr should be provided at once as an abso lute necessity. Fashion SIMMS & SAMUELS, - - - PROPRIETORS. Mark Grayson, Director of Amusements. TO OTJn FATnONBl All parties visiting this Theatre can retl sutured that Ihe bettol order shall be maintained, and any one shouting, whistling, loudly stamping, or otherwise disor deily, will be placed under arrest and prosecuted to the full extent of Ihe law. A special officer Is employed by the management and is in constant attendance to se cure Ihe enforcement of these rules. PRE-EMINENT ! Firmly set in public ravor, and constantly adding new laurels to the FASHION'S wreath of artistic BXOBLLBlNOBJ The Grandest Bill of Entertainment Ever Offered in THIS CITY, Hint AlMKilrnlieonf Hie ihiiii,II.Im,1 vocalist Miss Carrie Linton! l'lrsl apiM-iiMnce nf tlx- 1111-ntrhi 1111111, the orlitliml "Sum Hlnion," J. C. FLETCHER, uliiitlimof ttm()rtat Morul tk'titintloii, tlio Ticket - of - l 1:11 Til II ah:. 'Ibis Is liKiTllfv llml IIoIktI llrlerli. n U nci In Ihe iturs ih iiiiI w rtlluile, inmlclo.1 nt the Central Criminal Court, Old miiiy, rnr niiMNinv rounierreii mink or riiininelieliiK .nmilly ut S::il Willi I lie production or Mil. JOHN' Ff.YNN'H IjiilHliulite Klliliiilsn Kurreof " Mischief Brewing!" ItiiMHlucJnir Fl)im, HioroiniliHii, utitlothrr mcmlM-renf our Mammoth LuinpAiiy. MUrilUAK I.VI'KUI.UDK T.'.... FA81IION OUCIIKailtA Hccoiitl wi'tk of tliu CliHnnluir ftrlo Comic ilno, tho Wilson Sisters! In new nml ppHrkllnir vocnl (renin. Liiftt Miik r Hi" ,K.uiliir Sketch ArtUts, JlOl-MERRITT & WARING-Bertha AtHiirliiirlnlhflriwiiitrlKliml rrrutlun i-ntltlod. "tt'ASMHUWOMAN'fl IUKKI rifi;ni:?' hiln-)iitliitf mir, f kli!ni( lttu Dane., Witty fctuylntrs. Camp ilt-elinjr lint lutfitiipllHlKHl Horio Comic Vocalist, Miss Carrie Linton! Dan.oKEATING srnintit mulic Ijl.tHi cki.r tliu nnlslicl vocilllst, MAMCTIRAIkllD HDAYENB rirt iippoiiruiict' of tlu live 11 trie conutllun, thu orltrltml "Ham Simon," J. O . FLETCHER, Unxutut, ViK-nllnt. 1-cniKliHii unit in nrllst In every sense of the word, Ijile of Hiiverly'sMlnalrt'la. Willi llielr llaujim, in nrtlstluuiul pleasing solos, tho WILSON SISTERS. Tho rt ljfnhirf momircliHof tho air, VICTORIO & CLEO! In thrilllnH" und marvellous fcat upon tho Trapeie. 1 11 thu cluikt'it trnni of her repertoire, tho brilliant vocalist. Miss Carrie Linton! O V Kit TUlt K, .". OllCHESTltA "m ICKET- With tho follow May IVlHunls Mr. Uillmit.l.y., . Ham WllloiiKliuy Hob llrirrly Ituwkshaw Mi-lterMM.i. Mr.dLUim jum iMiion Nr. Aiariturayion Malthy , Mr. John II, Monitt Jackwm,. , Mr, Dan Keatlnir liurton .. ....Mr. Hod Harrow (.iu'hU. Nn vies, etc. tr"Threo)fan!aru niipmetl tohavo elapciisl between tho first and second acts. Brilliant and attractive Novelties in active preparation. GO 3 I e f 3 - i I i S 8 a & S I 2 M a I 21 81 .JSffl! : 3 a t- ei b 2 ? is V - hlTheater Leave Man PoilTiaMi, June T.. Wiu nrlanner In tln I'ortJaii.l IViillenllurr. i.tiiriHim Mtc, 111 iiiimiiiorHiiou or 111s es IM.IUH'. JOHN ItOIIKItTH.flovr.irftnu. & FLYWNoJohn .OUUOJtCHKSTltA liitf powerful cautt Mr. JohnFljn Mr.J. II. Fletcher , Mr. OeorKO Vlctorlo t &5 o o o o t o 3 S 1 1 1 111 S3 3 ill sa i a a In b 'I lit CO 3