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Hairy llitum & Co., The San Antonio Light '-X Commerce street. ! O.-v CninmenfBlrnL n run aiiuiimu, Volume V. -Number 142. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1885. Only 10 Cents a Week. J NsVfXx To tan. lmiortnl ami vfy I Itomestlo Clear. Vv J . . . ) llrnfonuble I'riccnl s, Cor. Main Plaza T WO S IIOTIt HKt.MNII Willie Hlnr llsinir Cut Nmnkliivl . Kc M t'lltlinim (Piiioklliu) 1 Im Popular llcnilNliiokliiir lloninHliiK'iiti'lrur Imported I'lirnrs All kinds or llimrctlca SIM HART, w,,,,', TobaeeonisL. And Commorco Street Bridge: 1 1'' YOU NHKI) SI ON BY, "j (TDK iMKMt MVN'S rulKNIt.) NEXT TO OOUnTHOUSB, Or If l want ii buriruln for jour iniuir Ktncrron ru irt II. Illle mo a cull and "' convinced Ihut I can save you minify. I koc, ahttleircvcr)llilnir on hand. Newton & Weller, M'hiilesate ml UnUtl Dealers In. Crockery, Lamps and Glassware, Woodenware, Housefurnishing Goods. Commission IZCer cluant s . So. 1G Main Plaza, (East Side) SAN ANTONIO. WHITE LIME AND Cement I Wo call, or where. J. H. MARQUART, -niOI'RIKIOR CRESCENT CITY And Dorilor In Loathor and Findings, Wholoealo and Rottill. Will fell ynu a Hoot or Slice Home nml Hnml .Made. My dock la superior to liny In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand innile goods to be closed out at prices lower than lierctofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30 days. Jail early nml be convinced. Flno Custom Work a Specialty. MAM i havi; coNci.nnmi to close otrr mv kntiiii: stock of MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHIHG AND. .. GEMTS' FUMISIMG GOODS AT AND .. .. BELOW COST! Cull ciu ly am) pecuro Imrjnilnt1. Terms! Heady ('nub, A. M. COHEN, Dollar Storo Building, PIANOS AND ORGANS Wholesale Thomas Gbggan & Bro Galveston ancl San .Antonio Also i'liriti'R tlio Ijiriroat Htoek or nil kind or any huuso In llio South. tXIMPlili HON Call iir send lor Cutiilotrue of Prices, and Solcdad St: T O RiEiS t. II. wr.LI.Klt. f. w. McAllister & bro. 201, 201 ASD 20S S. ALAMO iT.. C0.1. VILL1TA, MAN ANTONIO, TI-A.I1. nrc Wholesale iin.l Id hill Healer In Austin While Mini', Hint Ilmii'lH or llutk Itosciidalc Imported Klndlsli Portland (Vmclits, Plnstc Paris, nnil lonir (lonl Hair, unit would k vt wrllo im, for prices before purchasing else Please mention thlspaicr. ok nm MANUFACTORY No. 17 Solodad at. op. Courthouse, bargains. 300 and Oil Main Plaza, and Retail. of Monica) Instruments and Musical Hilpnlli IN (JIIALIl'V, STVLH ANII 1'IIIUIi llllHi: ENGLISH AFFAIRS- CHOLERA IN SPAIN. Prcllmlnury Trial of Mnxwell nt AueMnnU, New Zenlnnd The Mexlcnn Dnnil. Etc. I.OM.OV. .Iun IS. The Dally Tele graph states Hint Hie Mariiil of.Snlls bury's ueccpliince of Hie olllri of pre- ler In uiironilllliinal. The Sliiiulnrtl says It It unable to conceal Hie nppre- ns lull as to the remit uf.Sallaburi V at- rinnt tn fPtntilUli n government nllb all'alrnln thrlr prenelit Stale, with the coiiBerviitlvi'n In a minority In the coin. monaaml with the l,lbcmln nml railU'uli openly rern1iitf anlAlaiice. in', .Inne In nn itllnrlnl, the amlnril fnj that I'onnenntlve tale- nit-tilp en n not mrlketmt on a llnu for rell. It, as n mailer of ooil fullli, mutt follow linnemy, albeit with new Irlt, lKnt Hi'' prtulalun, Ihellne lalil down nluilranlr by the liberal foreign lllce. 'i tin IIumIiih illlllculty, 1 f It only Inn a dlriion either flile.may Inlliiem r tliVmnoklni; llax. The name It true of ,rypi. e may ue coiniieiicii 10 iiiii le ilahill nml preserve Ku'vi't froin In ternal control. The iltlllciilllea are Mill more ucule. In front of nil HaiicU iiiin pieitlon of cwrclon In Ireland, tun the coercion bill be -nnnu'il In tbo ti elb of a rodlcal I'arnelllle Confeilfracy V Maihiiii, June 15. The cholera la reiiillng weatwnnl along th" Mediter ranean, there are cecral caes In urnel, Allcnntii mid CnrtiiKemi. welvo thoimnml nermin have left Mnilrbl durliiK tbo iaH week. In enn- feipience of the c holer i fi'iire. I lie XOIHIH IA llirreaninK. Al i iibii'hoii. Klcrilny, 111 new cane or i liolern nml ilealhK ncre rcporlril. ami nt Cnrln- Keim "Jit cases nnil Ml denlh weie re- iiirlcil. I li h people mm; neen er.v iiucli atnriued. Kiiam imii, June l.V-'I he Klenuier City of Sjdney from Amitralla, nrtlvetl this inoriiliiK wllli Sydney advices. mlcr dale of .May '21, ami Auckland, New Zealand, of .May -li. The Auckland papers contain nn nccount oflhe arrest on May IS, of Walter II. Lennox, Max well, idlns Theodore Cecil DaiiKUlnr, linrKed wllli hauntf murdered ChnrleA A.l'rellcr, In St. Louis, Aprils. Thu arrest was made by United Stales Con sul (ininhle, who receUcd a t'!cf;ram from the Chief of Police of St. Louis, lib Instructions to that effect. 'I'"" dajs later Consul (iamhle received u tel eKrnui from from the I'nltnl SlaleaSec- reiarv oi Mule mil nor .inir nm to maku the arrctt. Tuo dclccthes boarded thu Bteamcr at Tlrltlrl. Tbo purser, In reply to their questions, stated there was a man nninng the steerage passen gers bearing Maxw ell's description. He was summoned on deck. The first ques tion asked li I in was whether he was n doctor. He promptly denied this, any. Ing he was n natlvo of i ranee and an of liter In tbo French nruiy. The lUtec Iti-i nforiuei til in they bad u warrant Tor bis arrest, ami would nave 10 taki him Into custody. Mnxwell appeared li ue uisconcerieu, uui recovereu un ooui' nogure while tbo ollleers were handcuff in lt 111 i . cnolv reinarklng Hint the wholo nintter was a mlslake which would bu mi cklv explained nwav. On Slav S bu was taken Into Hie police comt and thu ennrues nuainsi iiim reuii. i ue (. rnvvli Solicitor atiiieaied for the nrosectitl and Messrs. Ann rr and llarton for thu defense. The latter claimed the court bad no urbd cl on. and. alter sumo nr icunient. Hie case was remnnded to tlio 7th, after which, It was again remanded o be 11 In. ami on mat iiayinccase wni brought ii I . Consul (iimihle was tin first witness called. Ho testllled on be ial( oflhe nrufieviillon to Hie, various nr tides found In Maxwell's trunk, whlcl among other things, contained two em broidered bnm kerc i efs marked (:. 1 inula shirt with two large spots of bloou on it. in reply to a question as to bow the articles not benrlngthe Initials of lil name bad come In his possession, iiinxweii sain iney unu men given to lilin at Mm rran clsco by a man named Kobertson Detective Twohev. one of the two lu nrreBted lilin on the slcnuier, testllled to I nd nir be fo lowing urllcles In .Max we ts crinsauki I niiiy-ioiir culls ami two iiauukercnieis, an inarKcu v. A. I n uiemorandum hook. marked Danuulen a pocket mtiiicai aicuonary, in which was me name oi . ii. i.ennox-iiiaX' well, M. I),, t A. Ii. O. S., and a dress IriL' ease marked W. II. Lennox-Max well. All of these articles Mnxwell said he bona lit from the same man. ltobeil son, in San Francisco. The counsel for the defense, at this point in the proceed I hits, ugaln contended the court had no jurisdiction in tne mntier, and asked in edto May 10. on that day to the 'i.lrd ami again on hum uny ro ine ,niin. .imig Smllli. who Is Hie case, slated be woul remand It fur eight days nt a lime until tne ollleers irom mi. i,ouis arrived, W'ahiinuhis, June IS. In siieaklng of the appointments of presidential post masters to-day, IVdmnBter-Uenoral Vi las said: " In ii I tl 1 1 Ion to the reniinuli of oll'enslve pnrtlsnns, there were as many more case In which, after consid eration, It had been decided not to re move the postmasters In theso cases, all hough evidence of ollcnslve partisan ship had been presented; It was regard ed as Insiilllciont, and Ihe President not being disposed to seize the opportunity for removal, but to require the exist ence of partisanship to be shown as nn undeniable fact. As showing the spirit of fairness and delicacy that had unl imited the President In dealing with the presidential postmasters, the Postmas ter General said Hint there are 18 such lircsldcntlidappolntments made by Pres ident Arthur in the last dnys of his term In cases where vacancies bad occurred, and which bad been confirmed by the Semite, but no commissions had been Issued. In all of these cases, as a matter of legal right, President Cleveland could have luado appointments, because the act of appointment had not been com pleted by the lssuar.ee of commissions: but he thought It only considerate and fair that he should give the commissions In completion of the act of appointment, and It had been done In nil cases but one, and In that case there bad been a resig nation by Ihe appointee betore the com mission was Issued. 1'nnviHKM e. June IS. Admiral Iji comble, of the French war steamer l'lore, now at this port, received In structions Jeslrrday to proceed with his ship, nt l o'clock to-night, to New York, to participate In Ihe lUrlholdl statue ceremonies. Piiii.aiiki run, June IS. In Ihe care of John Cooper, charged with embezzle ment while president of Hie Decatur llulhllng association, n plea of guilty wns entered by the defendant to-day, nml he was sentenced to Imprisonment for live years, An examination of Ids accents showed lilin f l.",(KJ short. I'lin.ihKU'iiii, June 15. Vice-President Hendricks nml wife arrived here this evening. They will remain hero mrr night, mid In the morning will go to Atlantic Lily, where they will re main about n week. On the Sid Instant the Vice-President will delher nn nd- ress to the Inw students of 1 ale col- ege. l.oi h, Juno 15. i ho special grand ii ry eiiipnnnelled for Ihe case to-day re timed Indictments cbnrglng murder In in llrst degree against the seven China ten now In Jail accused of murdering ,oil Johnson, the Chinese Interpreter who wns stabbed to death on the 1st In stant, ns the result of a Chinese con- piracy. iHiiiMnov. June IS. Commissioner Mann summoned to his office this morn ing Ihe entire force or the statistical bureau of the agricultural department, numbering '-'I persona ot both sexes, and iinciii that mere would remain no money to pay their salaries after I he '.Dili liislnnt. I hey were then all rurloughed, without pay. Irom the '.tub of June until he 1st ol July. Nmv Out r ink, June 13. A special from Aberdeen, -Mississippi, says: Hon. K. O. Sjkes, recently appointed Internal revenue collector for Mississippi, to sue- I James II III. to-dnv tendered his formal resignation to the President. After a thorough Investigation of the olllee and Its requirements, Mr. Sykea la convinced that an elllcleiit discharge of lues wouiii caiiFoconiinueii nosencn Ids home, and the lion lee t of private and professional Interests. , Lot H, June IS. The Mexican military band, 12 Instruments, from the orld's fair and exposition at New Or leans, iirrhed hero on tlio steamer Clly of Natchez, Inst night. They remained on the steamer all night, nml were form ally received and escoiled to Hie l.lmlell hotel this morning by the I'nlled Slates arsenal band, a company of mounted riollcc and the Ireadway lilies. The anil will clve three crand concerto here. In tbo great nave of the exposition building, to-night and to-morrow after noon ami night, during which thev will render some of their choicest music. Wish School Commencement Exer cises, io Llnu t has received an Invitation to nllend Ihe commencement exer cises which take place at 10 o'clock a.m. Friday, Juno 10. The following is the programme : Music. elcome Is Morning Chorus Oration, with Salutatory: "Grit" it in, j. nnox Kssar: Modern Heroism ..Nannie Wler P.ssay: Life's Mission. .. .Hannah Morris Solo: Mv tjueen Ada llockett r.ssaj: I lie exposition s. Thomas F.ssay: After the Deluge .... I.llllle tilll P.ssay: A Good Homo A. Graves P.ssay: The lleaiitlea of Nature , . diaries Arnold Solo: Sailing Augustn llaencl Kssny: The People We Meet Virginia Newton Kssny: Kducatlon Clara Carrlco Kssav: Theories vs. Facts II. Poor Solo: Longing Lulu MoAllister Kssny: Unwritten .Muslo .Ada llockett Kssay with Valedlctorv The House We Lite In. ..Leila Kinrle Address to class. Itev. J. W. Nelll. I). 1) Graduating Song; Though We Part. . i noi us, CLAW III' ISM. Charles Arnold, William Knox, tiara Canlco, Hannah Morris, Virginia Newton, Hart Poor. Seymour Thomas, Nannie Wler. I. run I'.mrte, Anna Graves, l.llllte GUI, Ada llockett, Cnptnln Joe Shely Resigns Cnptnln Joe Shely returned from Aus tin last night, where lie bad been to tender bis resignation as Captain In the Stale ranger service Governor Ireland only W9UI1I accept the same on the ex pressed determination of Captain Shely to quit the service, and parted with lilin with great reluctance. Cnptnln Shely 'a resignation went Into eflect Immediate ly, and he returned to San Antonio free from public employment ns nn ofllcer, for the llrst time In six years. It Is useless to add that this news will be received by a great majority of the order loving, nml well disposed persons of Western Texas with unfeigned regret. It Is but Just to add that private pique or personal matters did not enter Into the cause for this action. Captain Shely was actuated by reasons of a private na ture, and entirely consistent with honor and Justice. Ily this action on the part of Captain Shely the State loses the ser vices ot one or the most undent ollleers that everheld a commission In the ranger services. While there Is no authority for saying so, It Is safu to predict that Ids career as an olllcer of the law has not yet come to an end, and no one need be surprised to bear of the per formances of Blgnnl services by Captain Shely In the protection of property and life not In the near future. Cast down, but not for age, Is be to-day, Ily trnnslent combinations, strange ami wild. And elements Incongruous on til 111 piled. Discordant all, without the skill to sway. lowiioiu tne ueaim cannot ue recon died When Ilrltton speaks, and ballots have ineir way. And reason rules, o'er passions unite tiled, Airaln a mlirbtv Cbnt shall he stand. The guardian genius of his race and land, To stem the waves that break upon her breast, Serene In storms, their maddening rags 10 uinu, To be bv men and nations even blest: Hint of tbo noble heart, and daring mind, Whom malice cannot move, nor passion UllllU. ill, Galveston, Texas, June 10, 1SS5, BOTH SIDES 01 tho McNnllon-Mnhnvcy Snoot ing Scrnpe. Mr. S. U'tl Mahavey, son of Joe Ma liavcy, who shot W. McNallon, came to this olllee last evening and gnve the Ma havey side of the aflalr. lie says that the original cause of the I rouble between his father and McNallon was not about swearing to the brand of a horse, but about the title of a wagon which was sold to Mahavey by McNallon, and which Mr. Mahavey learned was not good, ns It was claimed In .Medina coun ty. On the morning of the shooting, nml when Mnbney wns passing McNnl Ion's house, ho wns accosted by 5lcNal lon who hailed him with a six-shooter In Ida baud, and used very vile and abusive language towards him (Ma havey,) This led loan altercation and MvNnllon In which threats were made on both sides, and finally McNal lon ran In the house and running to the edge of the wlndew Jam drew his pistol on Mahavey, who then shot one shot from Ids Wlncheslcr rllle, believing Ids Ufe to be In linlnent danger. McNallon then ran nut and Into the bush with the pistol still 111 Ids hand, but Mahavey did not follow him but returned tu the wagon and eniiic to town and gave him sell up. These aro given ns a plain statement of facts, nml Mahavey only hopes Hint public Judgment will be reserved until the trial comes oil'. Mr. Mabaey also says Hint It Is false that his father has ever been convicted or wns ever In H14 penitentiary, on proof el which he refers to the court records of this coun ty, where the .Mahnveys have always lived. 111a muni siiiic. The statement that I was asked to twear to the ownership of a horse Is wrong; It was to awcar to the color and brand of a horse. Young .Mahavey asked metodolt. The llrst grudge that .Mcbnvey had against me was about a matter of H) bricks. He blamed me for telling Mr. Pratt nbout It. His wire asked Ine If 1 did nut tell til 111. nml I told her no. She said 1 was blamed fur It. lie next accused me of selling bliii a stolen wagon. I got the wagon from John L. Sullivan, who used to be dis trict attorney In Medina county. Then he accused me of helping to run his horses oil' with a certain party whom I have never seen nor heard. We were always good friends until the day of the trial on the 8th of June, when young Mehavey was tried for horse stealing. Ho never spoke at all to me that day (old Mehavey). On the Mb 1 went out Into the country to my brotlicr-ln-lsw's. I came back on the IUIh,and my bouse was broken open and my clock wns stolen trom me. On Saturday morning I had my horses locked to the wngon wheel over night and I slept beside lliein to protect them. On Saturday inornlnir .Mebavev nnd his sun came along In thu wagon with some bsirelslnlt. I suppose to get walrr. 1 was going 0111 10 pui ine gears on my horses and he came along and lumped out or the wagon, nnd he said you you will have to take back what you ioiu me 1110 oilier ntgnt. ills son drew the scabbard off a Winchester and Me havey grabbed It. I dodired Into mv house and he stayed before my door 10 or 15 luluutos, and had the gun pointed ngui 111 me nouae, jiy wne auu uaoy were In the yard. Ilia son drove down totbe window. 1 went to the window to peep out. and his son called cut, "Here he Is!" "Hero he 1st'' Old Ms havey ran to the window and shot me as I squatted down. MEXICAN ITEMS. G 11 Ui e red fiom Exchanges nnd Other Sources. Oneslmo Humbert, owner of n (ewelry nnd watch store In Morella, has been victimized by burglars. This Is not the llrst time he has thus been treated. From the 15lh of September In ad vance Ihe Governor of San Luis l'olol will have a salary or ili.OOU 11 year and the members of the legislature I'.'.IISI eacti, a reuuciiou. The Obrero. of Pnchuca. says that h Phold rever has beeomu epidemic In Molango, Hidalgo, and that the fever started in ine prisons 01 tne town. The lall In Cbllnnnclngo. Guerrero. Is being enlarged and strengthened to ac commodate the Increasing number of prisoners lentenced bv the District Court. destroyed from the 13th to the inth alar lb'J7 pounds of grasshopper's eggs, which would have produced, If left alone, i,j,-ira,7iu grassnoppers. The American colony which Is situ ated near Tapachula, State of Chiapas, Mexico, gives a very agreeable Impres sion even when seen Irom afar. The houses, which are of wood, are Ameri can In style. There are nine families and 3D colonists established In the tiny town, asiue irom 11 colonists wuo nave fone to San Francisco for their families, u addition under contract with the company, 21) German families are hourly expecteu. ureal preparations are oeing made at the colony to receive the new comers. The bouses are receiving new coats of paint; all the grounds and yards surrounding the cottages are being oleaned; and everything Is being done to line 1110 new urrivuia im -.itieeuuie im pression or tho place. In October an other relay of colonists Is looked for. The colonists lire prc-einlnently agricul turists; they have worked so earnestly that lO.Ottl acres are ready for planting and they will cultivate corn, beans, po tatoes sugar cane, nuts, plantains and vegetables or all classes A successful experiment Is being made with fruit trees from Sail Francisco. Cacao and India rubber is being cultivated and It Is expected will give very good results, ltatnle seed has been sent for In order to :row that valuable fibre. Several mills tave been brought to grind corn and make flout; also a sugar mill to work on the sugar cane and a steam saw fur cut' ting timber. New life hss been Infused by this colony Into the people or I lie sur rounding vllfsges, Tacana, llueliuetan, Cullco Vltjo, Nejspa and Chlcbarraa, and they have commenced to Improve the appearance of their houses In order to more closely resemble the thrifty, neat houses of the American colony. The Indians from villages miles away come to the colony bringing cattle In payment for seed, paint and other effects while many of them come for work. Cattle are rather scarce among the colo nists. n wo itepiioiics. Kvery first-class dealer sells Opera Pull clgerettes. Avoid Injurious Imita tions. If ft ALMOST I urn aiati II j'Wiiio nub .i nu or Jo ue Oiuu y Offer a few Specialties that Must Be Sold at the following Prices: Marie llurard Anisette (bottle) Absinthe F.dourd Pernuud (bottle) Vermouth Nolllv Pratt (bottle) Curacoa In alone Jugs llenedlctlne fqunrts). llenedlctlne (plnlsl n Chartreuse (pints) Claret (quart holtlc) Sherry (quart bottle) i. iiranuy iquari nolllej I Angelica (quart bollle I Catawba (quart bollle Imported tcltzcr Water '('qiarts7 per U The aboue goods are . hn hud r.nllinn nn Emanuel Abrahams, 206 Commerce Street. 1: :Bi-js:: :i SOUTHERN HOTEL, Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, ftiU-nt In tiiiRhi GREGORY C0.'S CHINA HILL 1-JousLcm Street, Sim .Antonio, Toxiih Refrigerator lee Chests. Wo aro the only dialers In Han Anliuiln vrlm hsnill.. these Kornlsillrviil from tho factory. P.very one sold under a aiisranlie Ihat It Itl.ol'lltKS l.l'.iH I UK, are more easily kept clean ndsoeel and aro I ho ON l.V kikhI. where IKII.ll llltv A I It U rlrrulaled ihrmiiih every de partment. Jewell's eslint I. Ihe rtlirlll.ATIIlN UK COI. II I1I1V A I It. VVhcrovrr a Jewel t Itofrlnomlor or Ico ( lust can holiad, TAKK Ml OTIIlit, and you will never have cauiu to colnpUtu, Wedding Presents for the Ten Weddings now on the Tapis. J. W lllt.Mil.r.Y J N (lltlll'j'IIIIIU'K, Notary Public. Bradley & Groesbeeck, Real Estate Exchange for Texas and Mexico, 103 Ertnt IIotiRton Htroot, San Antonio, Toxna. City Properties and Large Bodies of Land a Specialty. Will lluy and Sell Ijin.ls, llanchi s nml City Properly im Commission. Ijinds subdivided ntiit plals lurnlstict, Tllleacxiimltic.1 mid iH-rfcctcd. Aostraetsor title riirnlsliti! rorrrason alde ctiurifes. Tuxes paid In all parts or the rUntc. Iluslness with the Mute departments at tended to, and iltJcuernl I-iiri.l llusltici. Transuded. . a-H-tr BERGSTROM & GRAY, Undertakers, Funeral Directors, Livery Staples & Hacks Connected Hacks No. ln.ll, U, II, II, II. rndcrtukc OVAL I Unucvitl to new worku, Punnet rtul, near Kant O-imiicreo Direct, tnnl uru now remly to do all kln.l of Casting in Iron and Brass, Keep on hum. nil kln.l or Mill nml Otu Ma chinery. Uepnlrtnir dono on iliort notice. Obi quarters for rent on I'resa street. TOM HAItltlRON, Jlti HARRISON. Attorneys at Law. KAMI-MANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO. Will practice til all the Htato and federal uouns. utMicciion tiinliiunusiiifi mini loua will be promptly attcudu.1 to. tm 9lt 11.1: (Jo nl:J vTicjure. LI $ TO h l.(l 50 n 75 J. 10 m 7.x su dojetiV... all First-Class, which can CKLKIIItATKI1 LABATT & CO., Grain Depot Wliolcsnlo and Ik tall Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay Attention, Grain Men. Itl.lnvili ! m--l. HH, rr OATS iliilritl iliirlniriu'xt I win July 1 unJ to Ikj I utlUUnlUciilllitllJllliu ml HAY us imiy bu ro ! months, lU-IUwrU-sto tc natlo at our stable In 13 i. for IV 000 B hi h el j Oits (to wolyh 32 itoumU to l.UllK-l). 350 Tons, BtjtOuilMy, Prilrl Hiy.p") ountli to ton), baled iireferrvl. Tho iViinimny n-rem-s thu riht to i my or all bids. All bids directed to pject W. J. DARGAH, Stationer and News Dealer, ClOAIH AN11 TOHACCO. 22 Alamo Street, Nstt to th. Pottotnca. Am henibiuiiriers for all tho I-nto Hall nnd Weekly Papers, Monthly Uairailntw, Ho Kl.lo and other lltirurlea. Bubsorlpllons solla: ted. JUIIDIG Lots-Two nnc building Wriicri I) Ion, also lltli 170 r,ft. In A healthy rtlon or tho city, frloo law. Address "T. II. J." Light olllcu.