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iw-JTJST ARRIVED;m jot tor toy tr "a -a -twr EVEnY ONE SURPRISED 33 IOi AT Till" "W JSLow Prices of Wines, LiqaorsS gl and Cigars. Call and See. HARRY BAUM & CO. eariQr tor ear -6a -toa tbtm nor tnT Mi'ascs Chat. Houllac Trrt ItaY wit n.cs liillnu 7 p. c. -vug fiocnc fount Clarct. ; !.. o J"S 5SI ""'" i" j"11 " oi'i-is HARRY BAUH & CO. loir tor tar r5r "a -trsa -s-a Volume V. Number 124. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1885. On ly 10 Cents a Week The San Antonio Light My SpoclaltloB-Evorythlnir In My Lino. My DUBlnosH Ono of tho MoBt Extonslvo In Toxan. My Donllngs Aro with First tTandn. My Motto Stoolc nt Itonaonnblo PrlcoH. My Terms Cneh. I mill Ion smokers to bowaro or the Imitation, "Hart's llnvann Cheroots," .which linvc no equal, na also nil my popular brands. SIM HART. Wholesale Cigar Dealer1- ""ifiWoma Tt-xn. TO RE COITIIBEU. We shall continue to sell all goods at such reduced prices as lately advertised. BLUM & KOENIGSBERGER. IP YOU NP.HI MONI'.V, NEXT TO COUIITIIOUSE, Or IT il want a tritrpiilu fiprour money, ItincrwHi en (rot It. li mi' n cull mid Ik cult Inccil tlult t I'Hli sate )iul inline). I kee H lltliclif l-M rtllllltf KM llllll.l. VIENNA Hotel, Restaurant and Garden, NO. 207 AND 209 WEST COMMERCE STREET. The Most Centrally Amusement N. WISE, loTKIne nlry rooniB fur the Traveling public. Accommodations strictly llrsl elass. Attention given to wedding nnd hull banquets. WHITE LIME AND Cement ! J. H. MARQUART, -fllOnilKlOlt BOOT ail SHOE CRESCENT CITY And Donlor In Loathor find Findings, Wholcsulo and Ilotail. Will sell you a Itoot or Shoe Home nnil llnnd Made. Jly stock Is superior to any In the Statu. Ten thousand dollars worth or rcadv hand made goods to he closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next HO days. Call early anil bo convinced. Flno Custom Work ti Bpoolnlty. No. 17 Soloilndst. op. Courthouso. The Cry Is Dull Times. IK YOU WANT TO IIUV 1E;1BY-M A. M. COHEH, MOS. Summer Suits for Hoys. Jlcn and Youths at almost Any l'rlce Vou Desire. Also a Large and Well Selected Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Cloods and Ifnilcmenr. In our MERCHANT TAILORING DEPA'TMENT Is kept the Finest Line of Imported French, Kngllsh and Scotch Pattern. He , can t he heat In prices or quality of workmanship. Located Place for in tno City. PROPRIETOR. f. w. McAllister & bro. 2)1, 20 AND :5 5. At' MO ST., COR. .ITA HAN ANTONIO, TKVAS. Wo nro hnlcnalo mul Uct.it) Drillers In Austin Wlilm 1,1 1 nr. K.Ht HntixlA of Ihirk (.rii.1i.1o and ImixirtO'I T'.tikIIhIi I'orlliui'l CViiU'tito, Hunter of I'arlp, mul Lniitr float lUIr, niiil wmihl ink mi tit rail, or willo us, Tor price, helnut pin uhafliiiv ciso where, plcnro incutlm. tills inipcr. OF TIIK MANUFACTORY A IIIIAI, NII.T. ITITJNII 309 - 311 MAIN PLAZA, TELEGRAPHIC HEWS CABINET MELTING PARTISAN POSTMASTERS BOUNCEO. Thu World's Fnlr The Northwcat Tlohoillon St. Ji'lmln IIIiiioh Other Now. Wiiimikiv, May in. I'lie Cabinet uniting lo il:iy was attended b nil the members except Secretary Mnniiliig.w bo Is In Now York on private limine.. The session was devoted to consideration of the proposition looking to a continuance nfthe World's Cotlnn exposition nt New Orleans beyond the :lllt Instant, and I -lowing thn (Jot eminent exhibits In re main In vase the continuance Is decided upon. A general w illlngn-in wusc.x plc.scd In aid the f xpoilltnli tu the full extent of the law lit eiiilinilleil In the act ciflneorporulloo. and the will im-na- ures In siippini of the cxpo'lllim. but it Issaldn mnlorlt) nribii meinliers nrtbe t'i.Iilnet wer of the opinion Hint the 1'resldeiit had no legal power to iiulhnr lo nn extension bejnniltlieiliitcalreitilv lived lion. Tbeileelsliiu was aeeniillng ly uilMTte to a continuance of the tlov ernment exhibit betond Hie time nuiitd In tin: original charttr. Sr. l'.ti i., .May iii.- l be llunlng Dis patch publishes a long special from Winnipeg, giving the particulars of an Interview between KcM and l!ev. I'lt blailo, who accompanied thu former on tho steamer Northcolu to Sarkatoon. Hell bitterly denounces the prleits and says they arc. a selllsh and meddlesome class and caused the present trouble. He had UtO men nt llatotiebe and I.V) on the north side of the rler. He said eight were killed and two filially wounded. Iln further snvs the half, breeds did not rebel. I her were not treated lalrly, and be hopes for n Hentv similar to the one nuiilc Willi tlic settled half-breeds of Mnnllobii. liell claims to honclllicu or the I oiled Stales, and hence not a traitor to Canada, and this probably w 111 be his line or defuse. Jiu iinoKii, -May 2d. A priest Is Jut In with a coiiimunlvation from the In dian thicr, I'oiindmakcr, to (leneral Mlildleton, who arrived hero but night. I'oundmnkcr oilers to surrender uncon ditionally. Ills fol.uwtrs, lo the r.uin bcr or '-VWd, are now coming In to talk with lleneral Mlililletou. 1'iuly half, breeds nro with them. Derinoiit, Hell's Lieutenant, Is still In the Itlreli hills with a lew adherents. A priest brought him n letter from (ieneral MldUleloii, demanding surrender, and promising a fair trial. Ilelng told whothe letter was from, Denuont refused to taku it. and said the (jelieral could co to thu devil. Very few weapons orny value have yet been surrendered, anil alarming re tiorts nro current regarding lllg Hear. There has been so much Uelav in tint proceedings against liilu that be 'has had time to recruit from every tribe In the district, until now be has M) lighting men, and all of them fairly armed. He declares he will make u stand between Frog lako and Fort l'ltt, Ni:w Omr-iss, May ).-KefcrrinR to the report In general circulation, that Director (leneral llur:e liaj hi come res ponslble for the oliligatlons of the World's Imposition to the amount or $150,OU, and was tbereliy financially In volved, Major fturke dec'nrcs that he bus not been called upon to surrender propetly to meet exposition liabilities, as has been widely published, and that his family can pay their dollar for every one they owe; that he Is grateful for the sympathy expressed by bis Journallstlo fiiends fur his supposed lluanclal misfor tune, but is happy to say that such sym pathy has been misplaced. Further more, that he Is In the enjoyment of excellent health, and will gut down to work on the Times-Democrat In a few days, SriiiMiniLii. Ills.. May L'x Gov ernor St. John, or Kansas, addressed a small audience at the court house here last night, lie severely oaitlgated the Ilepiibllcans orthe Houe or lteprosen tallves for refusing 1 1 in tbn use oftlm hall Tor his leeti -c. lfa!d be under stood It was done prlnc'inlly bv Ilepiib llcans, and that tho Democrats were willing tb it tin i lioulil me tlu hall. He charged th it the nfusal was the out growth of spite. Iln In ruled the l!e publli nn puny generally, and lauded tne Niiilh claiming that in all ipialitles of morality and good government, that section was In advance or the North. This was specially the case In regard to temperance, since there was a larger area of territory where nbsuluru pro hlbltlou prevalltd, Wamiiniiiox, May SI. -The failure of tho Itiirciu of Lngrav lug and Printing to secure the contract ror printing pos tage slumps for the Postoltlce depart ment, will result In a further reduction In tho force ciuplojeil at the bureau nn the IIOIIi instant. The formal transfer orthe olllce or Chief of the Jlurcau from Captain llorrlll to Mr. tiraves will take place on the 1st proximo. It Is stated as a singular fact that them were more Democrats than Kcpuhllcans employed Dam-imp, III., May 2(1, During a se vere storm on Sunday night, the resi dence or Abel Wlnglee, seven miles northwest or this city, was struck by lightning. The Hash came through a window and entered the silting room wherein were Wlnglee, his wire, sister-in-law and Tour children, Mrs. Wlnglee was struck and died w ithout a struggle. Miss an Vorls. her sister, was stricken down and Is still in and unconscious condition. Mr. Wlngleo and two or thu family were struok but did not lose eon 6cloinncs. The house was set on tire, but the llanies were subdued. Wamii.noio.v, May Tho Post mus ter General to-day said that the post master at lumestowo, N. '., and Vln cennes, Ind., were suspended upon proofs or actlio and extreme partisan participation In the business of elections. Hie postnifister at Marenoo. Iiwi. suspended because he had moved out of me oiaie, anu was reported to have of. fered his resignation for a price. Di-mxu, May an. Thirty Indians passed near hero to-day heading for Mexico, 'the cavalry are In close pur suit. The bodies of lire Americans, Mill il by the Indians, were rmir.d at Illun river festerilay. The stage running from l.nglo lo the Grafton mlnlngeaiap. In t he IlLick range, has not been heard from. It Is supposed to havo been cap lured by thu Indians. Si. Loin. May J'.. A Chattanooga, Teiin., special sajs: A private telegram rrom Ashvllle announces a shocking fra tricide near that place, Charles and John York, sons of a prominent elllen, were out on a spree ami got Into a quar rel oicr a IrlUal matter. Charles ork drown large knife and piling) d It Into Ids brother's breast seven limes, killing him Instantly The murderer Is In jail. Mmiiiiil May in. At 'J o'clock on Monday morning a body of about 10 iirmkcd men took Pon Indian Pete, a nego conllned In Jail nt Ilrownstlllo, Tenn., and hanged hlin to a neighboring tree. The negro iinchcd was one of a gang or thleiea whoa week previous entered the dwelling nfs. C. Sajers, re siding thrro miles wet id llrowiisvllle, and robbed liilu or a larirn amount or jewelry ni'd aTlcwards stole a mule. Krv Win, May 20. Tim Cubans here are parading the streets wllh bands nf music, In eonseipirni e or the reported binding at Santiago de Cuba or an ex pedition numbering 2i men, in der Vurlon and Marco, which. It Is staled, has nince been reinforced bv lurnj men rrom that ill'lllct. A stite of siege liss been decreed, and tho Captain (ieneral of Cuba has gone with (he troops orthe province to meet the Invaders. Kas.hiUM, May 2.i. A Little Itouk (Ark.) special says: Four masked men went to thu house of Theo Yandeere,a bachelor farmer In Duller county, Mis souri, on Sunday night, seized and bound his two hired men, anil compelled Van ilevere to gle up $ gikrt) In currency con m :!cd In the hniiso. They then forced 1. 1 in to reveal the hiding place or '.Ism iifflUrr coin burled on the premises, af ter which thu robbers escaped with the booty. This Is the third time Vamle n ro has beeu robbed, losing In all about jlll.UUO. Dirrnoir, May in -Last night at 10 o'cluol, at Fort Gratiot, the southbound Grand Trunk freight train wns boarded by live armed men, who kept possession of Hie train until n short dUlnneu this side or Fraser, w lien theylelt, rearing the train men would receive rclnrurcc incuts. At Mount Clemens, two Deputy Shi lilts boarded the train, but were uulckly overpowered and disarmed. At l'raer the conductor managed to leave Hie train and telegraphed to Detroit ror lielp, Kurly this morning nn engine mid caboose, with a posse id ollleers stiirted out and met the csplured train at the Detroit and Milw aukee Junction. No traceortbemen has been discovered. The tramps told the train men Hint they wanted to get to Detroit In time to catch the circus, P.uiis, .May 2d. -The triumphant alti tude assumed by the revolutionists since tho withdrawal orthe military and pollco opposition lo the communist demonstra tion on Monday, hns provoked such bit ter reeling among law and order classes that the affair, It Is believed, w 111 now lead lo an Important debnto In the Chamber of Deputies. Many suppose thu result or this debnto will bean at tempt to overthrow the present Ministry, 'the Journal Des Debuts blames thu Gnicrnuicnt lor allowing communists to parade wltli red Hags jesierdny, and urges tbeenaetineiitofii law against the public uso of all emblems of sedition, t he French press generally condemns the Indecision of the Government In Its treatment of the communists, Tho rev olutionists nro Jubilant over what they lerins lliu triumph id coiiimuui.ts over the authorities. Ilcddqunrtrrs to Move. According to tho Houston Post, the general olllce of the Southern Paclllo railroad, consisting of the Sunset divi sion now located at Houston are to be moved to Nnw Orleans. The headquar ters orthe general freight agent is In lie loeateifnt ttan Antonio, wllh his chief clerk to lie placed In Now Orleans. Sporting. Jor Morris says that as soon as the railroad camp moves down to the Second Mission, he will move his saloon there, and have a prize dog light In three weeks f ruin dale between llrenncmnu's bull dog mill the champion or thu State for t2.V) a side. He also Intends making a hard or sort-glove light between local champions Tor nominal stakes, A Calamity. Hack No. 2, driven by the "dude" hackdrlver, was stuck In the mud on La redo street last night and one or the horses was entirely burhd In the mud, A lailv was In the vehicle and was com pelled to wade to the sidewalk knee deep through the mud In her slippered reel anil lost her slippers doing so. The "dudo" had his line suit spoiled getting inn uur.e up "gam. The Hunt; HolWlde Opnn. From all appearances the Council is about to pull the treasury bung hole wide open In the renting or new rjuar ters ror the city ollleers and council chamber. The rentals to be paid by tho city will foon amount to enough to pay tho Interest on a respectable sled city hall, and own the property. When ever the city becomes burdened in pay ing big rents, like some of our oppressed merchants, then, maybe, the mossback element will wako up and shout, "Why did we not vote to build a new city hall I" One 1not IB Just Two-Two. All hall to the baby, who, though but a yearling. Pulls down the hay scales to the notch twenty-two. The one who Is woi.u as many pounds sterling As there are stars studded In heaven's own blue, As there are grasshoppers out In Ne braska, OrlHes In Alaska, Or hairs In a ouene, -Moirli Miller. RANCIIO EL PARA1S0. DEbCMPTION OF AJJ IDYL VAL LEY IN MEXICO. A Myt;riou9 American Who May llo Marsh T. Polk, tho De fau'iinc Treasurer. Yesterday evening a l.iuiir reporter was introduced lo a Mexican gtiilleuiau by (he name of Don Francisco Antonio Corileroy Mores, who Is an Intelligent and highly educated capitalist or I laxaea, and who spends much of his tiuio In for eign travel. Senor Cordero y Flores was visiting a friend Iroin Monterey, whom he met here by appointment, hav ing come down from F.I Paso on thn Southern Pnolllc, en route lo New York ond Paris. In speaking or the progress or Mexico, the gentleman remarked that one or the most hopeful signs of the future of Mexico was that foreigners were beginning In hnvoeonlldence In the go eminent and were settling perms nenlty In all palls of the Republic and making Investments, and especially was lids I be case with Americans who, until recently, had nlwajs appeared timid In Investing money In an thing but mining properly. Hut now they were being en countered in all enterprises, notably In sugar and coffee planting and stock rais ing. While on Ibis subject he Incident ally remarked that hardly a village could now be found In which there were not some Americans, they penetrating even to the mountain fastnesses of Chispas and Mlchoaenn, where the face or a pure nhlto mnn had not been seen ror years. He had heard much or the beauty and richness nf many of thn estates In the mountain regions of tho latter Stale, and last Call hu determined to Investlgalo and see whether a bargain could not be had In some or that property, as In a tew years the City or Mexico and Aca pulco railroad would be completed nnd there would bo a rise In real estate, lie found many beautiful and rich haciendas or sugar, collee and cotton, but being charmed with the scenery continued his way farther Into the mountains, and soon rumors reached him of n very desirable estaln away up In the mountains known as HI Paralio. lie concluded to pay It a visit. Higher and higher became tho plateaus, and more rugged nnd wild the surrounding peaks, until finally he came to a narrow pass barely allowing tho passage or his ambulance, and Hanked by precipitous walls towering above him to the height or more than a thousand feet. Tats pass was about a mile In length, and on tho eastern end a vista suduenly burst upon him that, accustomed as he was to scenery wild and enchanting, held him spell-bound. He stopped his horse, being In advance or his ambulance, and after gazing souie time In awe-struck silence, ho I'irned to his companions nnd said, "Do V"!ras, es el paralso!" (Truly, this Is paradise.) At tils feet, he being on the edge of nn abiupt descent, he saw a valley or basin of some ten miles In length and about an average or three In width. Oil to the right was a lake about two miles long and one wide, nnd sur rounded by a plain of several thousand ncrcs In extent, and then towards the east rose tetrnces of plateaus one above the other, until they readied near the summit of the distant peaks. On each terrace seemed togrowdlller ent vegetation, so that rrom the palms, oranges, and a profusion of other trop ical vegetation about the lake, It as cended to tho semi-tropic, temperate, and lothc pine and cedars or the frigid roueontho mountnln summits. Hut we can no longer follow the enthusiastic Mexican's elaborate description. At last he had found the place he wanted, and hastened tutbocasngrande to make Inquiries, as to ownership, elc. About the third terrace from thu lake was thu big house, built In the usual style or thick walls and elegant patio In the centre, and a little ell to the left, on the banks or a bold, clear stream rushing down from the mountains to the lake, was a puebloclto (hamlet) of some ItOO souls. Don Francisco, to his chagrin, found the place occupied, and under going a thorough overhauling and reno vation. The owner was an American who at 1' ret was unvlslble, and whom the set ants said would not see strang ers, but on requesting an Interview and giving hi in to vnderstand that I was a Mexican on n prospecting tour, ho llnally had me shown to his olllce. I found hlui a man of some DO odd years, about me dium sire, Inclined to be stout, florid complexion, and with iron gray hair and beard. He had but one leg and giving me a sharp look, and a furtive glance nbout he Invited me to a seat. His con fidential servant was a negro, who spoke Spanish very well, also French. This man was the mayor domo, (overseer) nnd nominally the boss orthe estate, all business being transacted through him, Tho American told me til a name was Thomas S. Johnson, and was known by the natives asDonTomas.el Americano. I got no Information from him except that he had lived there some four months, having bought the place from thu heirs through an attorney, and that be did not wish to sell, as be Intended It for his home untlldealh. Don Francisco had nothing left hut to retrace his steps, but before going con versed with some of the more Intelligent natives, who were nothing more nor less than slaves, or peons, as they are called, and learned that from repairs and prepa rations at the big house It was generally bodevod that ladles were expected. It suddenly occurring to the reporter that a rumor was current that Marsh Polk, the defaulting Treasurer of Ten nessee, who was arrested In this city, and bribing the detectives again got under way ror Mexico and llnally halted near Laredo, sent back to Nashville, tried and sentenced to Hie penitentiary, and there died, was really not dead, but that the coIHq contained other substance, and that the arlstocratlo embezzler was again In our sister republlce, he plIedDon K'anclsco with insnv nnemlnn. .ml Troiu the answers concluded that after all perhaps there was some truth In the rumor of a raise death, and that possible the mysterious American owner nf 1. 1 Taralso, In the mountain recesses or jucuoacsn, may yet, oe none other than Marsh Pol's, Qulen sabe. The most popular cigarettes at the jivi.uiat yi.tll (B UUMS X'UIIS, y tfL'h n b bjj" cppi fl H r mm m s 4- 3ssoessosss53sidseasaBF A PIC-NIC 5 I H FOR THE Is proceeding very sue- II ccssfully, and the people J arc freely availing them- I sclucs of this cxtraordina- ry opportunity to supply , thcinsclucs with Clothing and Cool Underwear at the j enormous reduction in ,H. prices al 1 H F. SHEETS', No. 44 Commerce Street. ii B M . I I sstn CKa-aasns.asij7 - ( ni t it2u3..yfl DAN .1. ( Ol.TON. "HTKlCTIiY COLTON & BOLTON, AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2, 4 and 6 W. Houston St., at Bridge. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT HND SOLD. r.u mil fiml il I., vwir ndmntngr. brfare purrhaunf elnorAnr, la rail and txamim mir U,ge Analmmt .VKIf ,l.7) fflTO IIA.SI) IWUSIUIOUt (lOODS, nth n Vi,r Unit,, llt-ltH,m Sett. Maoij-AWi, Kilthtn ami OffM Vumilmt, CrucKcnj, Hlatimir,, xiw.,. 1-lalr.l Wart. 7T ll'.ire. Caltrry. 1U:, VuoUhj ami Healing Sieve; CWiim, 1W, .!.. . Mur.1 Mallmtn r. haml atul mailt la unler,- Gimuii CWs ami ll.il Spring ,1 all Itimri liom; 'iWiJTi, Mirrort, ISamt, I'crauthulaturt; a large attotl nrl i, fine . Hum. ftiWi, ,S7iw tW, I'ire ami llurglar I'm Sa, liar. U'nn I'Lrtitrra ami uMr minctlltniniui rlfrcU Ion minutntt In ..,.;..... ir, ""'" I'arringtt, Wngmm, llarwu, J irMiu the reaehaf nery Wy. Our House and ikI U, ter) eliciiii. Nils I Hint 2,lii IiIih kUO,i al llliiatx ih mreet. I wo houses, rraine.1, eclled Hint weather iKiiirilcil, s Kslli rlesi i iuh Iioii.ii contains 3 room, mul klttluii. irnipc vines, sh.nln trees, lots r.li-.'IS feet, on (.'Hint-mil street .will sell at a bariruln, A cnttiiirn of t rooms. hvilriuiL uiil.-i-. lot tsu ailiinii.i.u Han .MimiM street! wllUi lUhi iip. A One res Mi nee, iiirncr Al inue II ami Slilli street, frame hulMlnir. metal ri.ir, A rooms, hall, Until house wllh u.tuiin. kitchen, Sirul lerles, Imllt In mihli-ru utile, lotr.lnl.Vl riel; on nullum ill low nirurcaiih.l part on time. Illierul te Two l.iilWlnif tola UrlT'. inrns ciuh, . Dil ated m ar the niuml linuso or I. it. N. II. II. ilelmt on Wi.Htt'oiiiiiicmislri'et.eiieliwil with new fence; hits shade treesontl-oiituiKl shies. All lmroiiil ranch, lis ncrcs. T!i acres in cultivation! a ilHclllnir hoi.c :i riMitna nnil irnl Icryt alwi u tenant hoiinc, l rooms, a well or eiccllcnt water, encloMi-.l with u irno.1 renee, M tulles east of tjail Antonio. A Hnely linrutcl farm, HU acres, K) acres now In ctiltliatlun, 4J acres 111 (hiilcu una sc. Icct rruit trees, 3J acres or which are now iK'urliiir. This I. mm or the nitwit desirable ranns In West Tela., nmt f. olTereil ror sale only on aisHiuiitiif III health of the owner, nnil will be sold at a liuraaln. Three liimilriil ami twenty acres of land renciil uml Inn. rm S miles west or Mini An timlii. encliwcd wllh vnod renee, plumy urass uml wuter and IIiiiIht; will ncllala l.uriniln. Twenty-iien- fnrin, imul dwelling house, miles south of Hun Antonio, Prko (ijri. A rnrui,NOH.crcn! u ilwelllnir limine, 3 rooms all nn el) llulshcd, land Irrliriihle, a miles trout BUSINESS FOIt SALE. A restaurant outllt, with all Its furniture and ! nsims Imllt or luinlier, cisik ranire. conn. Vetf,''"!" V"":'- '"'l1''"' elialrs.ele.i ul.o pin,,,,. W 111 .ell at a hsraulu. 1 Gay-Particular attention given to Outside Sales. Consignments, solicited. Largest Auction House In West Texas. Fine Display Itooras. Sales every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. COLTON Sc BOLTON, Auctioneers, lteal Kstate and Commission Merchants, 2, -I, and 0 W. Houston St. sMHOm B B 1 8 i B PUBLIC I. JOHN II. KOLTON. IIUHIXKHM." Sn.l.ll,, ami Jllantrl, thai Jll b, ,M 'l Estate Agency. FOn ItENT. illl'i"."..""",'' ". r:""""1 "le,,7 furnished throiiirhout.oti lam lliiu.tun .Iri-i't. A 7 room hoii.n on West Commerce, itreel sultiihle ror n rvMaiirant or lioui-dUiir house. ' i.i!J.V.?.?' f,0j3"',''neniii street, 3 rooms and kllchea. Price, til i'r mouth. ".r""".' No. f' North Mores street! lr"ir moirt"l.,. 'iJr' "J"""'"""1 ",' A Bne, ipuclous II room home, two lino cool verandas, Inlsemont wllh kllchen nnd wnsh teiihiS.' "K'"",",; "' VEHICLES FOIt SALE. ..A.'1."1!''''),'"'1"?'1 family eurrhiie (Itnstern iinkei. leiilher top. t f.no. will m il hi a liarirnln. Also a efniflo not Imrncss and slmtt. oiie-inirno sprltur wairon. iris.l as new. sell 1 heap. 1 A iris.l Juuqi-seiit buiriry at 11 liaraaln. PltOPERTY WANTED. MONEY WANTED. Oil tho best real estate securities. LOANS NEGOTIATED, In sums to suit tmrrowers on approved si. PUROHASINQ AQENOY. Wo have openeil. for tho tienellt or people livlnir distant, Iroin tho city, u (lHNl'.ltAI. PI'ltUIIASINt AND COMslluatON 1IU8I. NKS.-1. uml h III iromptly nil nil orders for any aitlcluof mere lundltiu you may ni-ed, Rsvlnir )ou the cost ot travel and nt tho sumo time alvlnif ou tho iidvantiiKP or tiujinir at tlio loivenl murket prices, our arrunircmenU with the wholcsulo limifcaln.itijrimclilliat they will puy our commissions, not tho bio er, thus irlv biajou thosu'iiu iulvuntiures as It you wuro hero In person. If you wl.h to purchase Dress floods, Clothliiir, Hals. Millinery, or CriK'kerv, tlliisswnni, lluols, Hlioes, or Hard ware, p.eusu write us for prices, nlU-s id (rclitiit, eto. Weirlllclieerrullyirlveany In formatlolt desired.