Newspaper Page Text
The San Antonio Light.
BEST PREVENTATIVE OF CHOLERA! A 1M0 Of Harry Baum's Whiskey Taken Three Times a Day Volume V. Number 209. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1885. Only $5 a Year. POSITIVE CURE For All Kinds Of POISONING a iioiiio Or Harry Baum's Whiskey. Boys1 COTMS, Tlio lieg-lnnlnjr of tho school season Is near nt hand, Wolnun Just received n fluo assortment of BOYS' SCHOOL CLOTHING, which embrace tho host qualities ami styles now In use. Wo nut nell them cheaper than any ol her est aMIsh .nctit. Our Boys' and Girls' School Shoes Itcpartmcnt I now cum pit tc. Those hoi Is have nlysjrlcn full satlnrttclinn, (hoy lmIntr lcn iiitinuriiclurcd s pi cl.illy for us nnd this mnik t. Owl nit to the near full sctirton, wenro t-outpi'lled to make room, and lmo mitrked down nil i iir Hummer (UU. ttuUv nn rt ousted to rati nnd U mm lured. JOSKE BROTHERS. SMITH & CO., iHL'CtWOim TO W. tl. SMtllll Fire, Marine $ Tornado Insurance wi: iikimiksrkt rnr. Koi.mwiNa hi.maiii..: comimniksi Northern Assurance Company, of Knjjcland Coin mere 11 Union Assurance Oimpanyf of Itnglmd Imperii! Kirs Insurance Com puny, of Knjclhutt LAncaMre',liiurance Co in p tiny, ot Ilnglanri ,.. l'hranlx Assurance Coin pan y, of Kngtaud Insurance Company of North Amtrlca, of riilladrlphln riitcnlx Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn I'IkviiIx Insurance Oimipsny, of ltrooklyti, ' V American Central Inmrance Company, of bt. louls, Afo office:: Over Rische's Cigar Store, 275 Comrr.ercc Street. ..ytanrta, H,1R(l,0(ln ' 10,480, 4A3 ,,. " 8,T7,000 0,(111), 308 ... 0,071,000 . . 4,43S,OID . . 3,740,030 I,180,SS1 Telephone No. 185. TELEORAPHIO NEWS. Tho Qalvcston Knights of Labor Gain Thoir Point. A Coal Mine Disaster-Frost In Wucon- sin-Revenue Collections Foreign Notes. 0Ai.vr.no.v, September 2. A brief les ion or committees of the Knights of Labor anil Gulf, Colorado A Santn Fc railway was held to-night anil adjourned lllilll to-morrow at It o'clock, when the reaty will bo Anally cnnsuiiiinui-tl. It s understood that thus far Ilia Kiiluht. have gnlned every point, anil those still naming in iiiipulo am nut cuenlliill nterlal to tliu Issue. V hOiumiK, I'a., September 2. This morning, at the Oak wood shaft of thn Lehigh Valley coal mine, n cage on which nine miners wero twine lowrrnl nto the shaft hail nearly readied Hi.. bottom, when a mass of loose oonl and rock fell from the side of tho shaft, strik ing and demolishing the cage, Instantly kllllnc four and fatallv wuunillmr tun others, while the other three were scnrcely Injured, Atlanta, Ga., September 2. The cor ner stone or the new Georgia capltol was laid to-day with Imposing ceremonies. Governor McDaniel, on behair or the capltol commissioners, presented the uuniiing 10 iuo legislature. Ueneral Lawton. of Savannah, made thoornlinn or the day. He reviewed the history of Georgia and made patriotic relercnrrs to ine war nail lo tho present pence and prosperity of the country. Losnox, September 2. Mr. 1'helps, the American Minister, opened the iVorklngtnen'aclub, near Itugby to-day. In a speech to the members he snld that the prosperity or Amerlou was duo to the persistent energy ol her people. '1 here was employment In America for BE SURE AND CALL ON on mpjm cmzm Hi mm 44 W. COMMERCE STREET. CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, R SOUTHERN HOTEL, 'Main and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Com cnlcnt to business ccntc r, with heat J. H. MARQUART, I'KOI'llll'TOIt OTanBDMT ailfl SHOE MANUFACTORY I have on hand live hundred of tjio following styles of lino hand and homo made poods: Prince Albert Calf, the Oxford Tie, tine Calf low quater Strap Tie, Three Button uxioru mu, anil .Newport lie iiu, nu oi tueui low rjuutcr goons which be sold at tho reduced rate or live dollars per pair. Will sell you a Hoot or Shoo Home and Hand Made. My stock Is superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to bo closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30 days, unit cany anil do convinced. Fine Custom Work a Specialty. Mo. 17 Solodad Bt. op. Oourthouso WHITE LIME AND Cement I f.w. McAllister $ bro. 201, 203 AND 205 S, ALAMO ST., COR. VILUTA, BAN ANTONIO, TKXAS. Wo are Wholesale and Retail Dcalcn In Austin Whlto Lime, licit II rands of Dark Koscndalo and Imported Kngtlsti I'ortlaml Cements, Plaster of Paris, anl Long' Ooat Hair, and would ask you to call, or wrlto us, for prices boforo purchasing1 else where. Pleuso mention this paper. PIANOS AND ORGANS AT Wholesale and Retail. Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galveston and San'A.ntonio Also cantos tho Lurxcat Slock of nil klmls or Musical Instruments ami Musical Runnll or any liousw In tho SontU. UOMPBltrlON IN QUAMTV. HTY1.IS AND l'llICK 1kM oml for CntHliiirilo nf I'rle Riverside Cafe Restaurants Anil At Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. 69-Lunch and Meals nt nil linn l,",--..ti.i 1 , .. ti.. , ,1 I'Oilte wallers in aitenuancc. 7-2!Wm lie advised those who tlioneht of Immi grating to reflect well before starling. Teere was no room In America for Idle or worthless persons. Nkw ioiik, September 2. Mr. and Mrs.Jesse li. Grant anil Mrs. Sartorls were passengers this morning on the North German I.loyd steamer, Werra. They are bound for Southampton, tho two first named going to her home. Col. Grant, If. S. Grant, Jr., llev. Dr. New man, Mrs. Corbln and a few other friends, were at the dock to see tho party oft'. Mrs. Grant has decided to remain In the city for two or three days before leaving for 1'urdey's station. U amiixoiox, September 2. The totnl collections of Internal revenue during the month of .luly last were $N,KU.31.1, or $581,211 less than for the same period oflKSI. There was a decrease of $S!):t,. G7C In the collections for spirits, and a decrease of $10,4"B from miscellaneous sources. There was an Increase or $131,. 418 on collections for tobacco, and an In crease or$18,8M on reruiented liquors. iii'i'EiunT, September 2. For three days past a heavy run has been continu ously kept up against the Hank of Ire land and It now amounts to almost a panic. Tho Irish tory papers are filled with bitter and vindictive articles con cerning thenllalr, and they intimate that tue entire run is in revenue rnr tim Hi bernian's rclusals to make advances to ine -Hiinsier Dank (luring Its recent trouble. I d.viion, September 2. Five thousand workmen employed In Sir William Georgo Armstrong's machlr.o and gun works nt Klswlck. near New Cnstln struck to-day, because their employees iv.iinru iutiiauiiBi, iviu malingers w no nan mane tueiuseives oonoxious to tue em plojees. I.AKK 1'ucii), September 2 l'rcsldent Cleveland was tendered a reception hero Inst evening, and there was n ills play of fireworks In his honor. He vis ited Aueblncloss cottage this morning with Dr. Ward, and both left at I o'clock to return to Saranao lake. Tho weather is stormy. MmvAUKKK, Wis., September 2. lte ports from the Interior or the State Indl cate a slight froBt at several points. Al Lacrosse frost Is reported, also In the cranberry region, along the valley divi sion oi tno (Jiucago, JinwauKee anil St 1'aul railway. No serious dnmuge re sulted, however. Dunt.iN, September 2. Pnrnell, In his speech here lust evening, ridiculed the theory set up by Englishmen, that the Tories and Liberals would drop their party differences In order to unitedly combat the Irish party In tbelr struggle tor irisu inuepeuuence. St. Lot'is, September 2. Walter II. l.ennox-Maxwell, the presumed murder er of Arthur C. rreller, was arraigned In court to-day for preliminary examln atlon, but the case was continued to the Uth Instant at the request of his counsel, wuo were not reauy. IIkiilin, September 2. The Oermanla says that 140 Icusslans have just beet expelled from Warsaw. They wero ar rested and chained together and com pelled to inarch, the women following me wen uuu steeping in prison, Maiiuiii, September2. Count Ilenom Spanish Ambassador nt Berlin, tele graphs that Germany's note with ref erence to the Carolines Is courteous, but gives little satisfaction. The note has not arrived here. WAsiiixoroN, September 2. The In dlan Bureau has been Informed by Gen eral Crook that the hostile Apaches are In Mexico, about 23 miles south or the boundary, and are still moving south ward. MAitsKit-MM, September 2. With the weather oooler here, cholera Is decreas ing. During the 21 hours ending to night, 22 new cases were reported. Thero are still 70 cases In the hoipltal. Maduiii, September 2. The number of new oases of cholera and deaths from the dliease throughout Spain yesterday was 3G02 and 1W respectively. I'aku, September 2.-iDurlng the 48 hours ending at midnight last night, 82 deaths rrom cholera occurred at Mar seilles, 78 at Toulon, and 8 at Solen. Nkw York, September 2. The cor oner to-day committed Holland, who shot Tom Davis, without ball, to await the action of the grand Jury. TRAIN BOBBERY. A Train on the Chicago and Alton Road Stopped, Dut No Great Lois. Kasmh Ctrv, September 2. A bold train robbery occurred on tho Chicago and Alton railroad to-night, but owing to the sudden fright or the robbers but little booty was secured. As tho west bound train on the way to this city left Blue Springs, 22 miles east of here, about II o'clock last night, four masked men appeared nt the smoking car and were ahuut to board It. A number of neli, how cut, were standing on tho dalform and the robbers passed on lo he next car In line, the day conch. Thrco of lliftu climbed upon the ftiru nrd platform nml n fourth one got on at tho renr. A man tin in niniiiiti d guard nt each end of thn rnr, while the others en tered and with drawn revolvers com manded tho passengers to gltu up their money, A number of thi-ni tinniled out small amount of change, while one man In Ids excitement passed out his turse containing noout i lie run ners took whatever was offered without searching tho passengers, and made no attempt to rob them of Jewelry, When thepalrhad reached tho middle of the car they became suddenly nlnrmcd, a.nd pulling mo uoii rope tuu lour ruoucrs sprang off when tho train slackened peril and disappeared In the darkness. I ho train missed on and tho conductor. Jnmcs Bogge, reported the atlalr to tho omciais ot toe roan irom tno next telegraph station. 1 lie trnln then proceeded on Its way to tho city, 1'he passengers on tho other cars knew nothing of the matter until It was all over. Ihero was then great excitement among the more timid ones, and many hastened to secure their valuables and prepare for a return of the robbers, oven though all danger had passed, Tho pas sengers of tho oar that was robbed had scarcely tlmo to realize what had oc curred before the robbers disappeared. The booty secured amounted to about f:i'J In money, nothing else being taken. The robbers are described at appearing awkward and nervous, and evidently unused to such work. They wererough- iresseu aim unit tue appearance oi i hands. Kach wore n small, black mask. .1. II. Andrews. n business man or this city, who was on tho platrurui of thu smoker, relates that when tho men ap proached tho car he thought they were tramps. Thoy boarded the second car as the train was pulling out from the station, and a moment later he started through for thu rear of the train. At the rear Hour or the smoker he was met by the guard, who pointed n revolver at i anu cniitii upon mm to stanu sun. obeyed. and In this way watched the pinccculngs In the oilier cur. Tho w hole transaction did not occupy out live minutes ueioru me roooers commanueii u hrnkemaii to pull thu bell rope and stop the trnln. lime springs is n smalt station In a thickly-wooded district, and situated near Olcndale and Blue Cut. the scenes of former robberies In tho days of tho .mines gang. i lie trnin which was lllle here at 0 n. m. was nearly an hour late. and on arrival preparations were made to send a special train from hero with a strong possa to search fur the miscre ants, and every cllort will be made to apprehend tneui. STATE 'NEWS. The cotton Is sullerlng from drouth In San Saba county. Hill county still wants whiskey, as ex pressed by a vote. A live merchants exchange has been organized In Gnlnesvllle. A Hand of Hopo was organized In llrynn with CS members. A man In San Saba had n hog suit In volving $.-, the cost of which was $200. Prohibition Is ngaln up In Gregg coun ty, and this time it is claimed Hint It will carry. The colored people of Austin held n meeting In order to take measures to Erevent crime on their people, if possl le. I. J. Nolan, of Dallas, has entered ft suit for $10,000 against the Texas ami l'acllk- tor damages received while trav eling. The Telfener road has been purchased by Huntington and goes under the man agement of tho olllcers of the Cucro and Indlanola road. The pountry about llrynn Is sullerlng from a drouth, and the cotton crop will not he better than It was last year. No rain has fallen since July (i. Jim Clark was found murdered on the Missouri l'uclllc, near Hlllsboro. It Is supposed that tho deed was done by some negroes, and they have been ar rested. A Limited Paitnerthip. Brother Hendricks protests that he Is not responsible for the errors committed by President Cleveland. This Is cor rect. The administration is a limited coportnershlp, In which the Vice Presl- uent nas nothing to no but keep the tiles oil' the glassware and growl nt the bead of the llrm. Philadelphia Press. Ul ml jiilk-liiiilv i k-IIilI hr Khfeh I -on tlila When. Iln-r mi ion will ell he IntiiliieMniiit hi unite line i Itefcrrlnir to Hie ntiove Tho British Lion. Noting the apparent excess or pro dence In tho Kngllsh Government In Its dealings Willi Itussia, an exchange say that ''the British lion blushes for his keepers." If he does, It must be one of the Hons described by the Kngllsh curate who was endeavoring to explain tho lueaninir or Scrlnture lesson to a Kumlav school. Bending the passage relating to the "young lion," he said: "A young lion, ah, my dear young hearers, a roung Hon, ah, Is h Hon, er. in the D-i-o-o-m oi youiu," uoiton Herald. The Modest St. Paul Journalist. You don't as n rule try to give your lawyer points on statutes, your parson on theology, or your doctor on hygiene; Hut yon do as a rule again feel it In cumbent upon you to give your editor Instructions, verbose nml explicit, some. times. In Journalism , Did it ever strike you that you can be excessively dis agreeable, not to say Insulting, In your treatment of newspaper men? They have as fair n share or brains as you, are no longer soclil pariahs, and from life and profession see the seamy side of life, and Its silver lining, too, ns you cannot eer hope lo do.-St. Paul Pioneer Press. Cigarette smokers prefer Opera Pufli b icauee thoy do cot ttlckto the lips tf y a Cllmpto of a Lady'i Street Car, A laughable Incident occurred yester day on South Klore trcet. A very handsome and distinguished looking lady, In getting Into a street car at the turn table on Houston street yesterday morning, accldently exhibited some beautiful hose, encasing a finely moul ded and very comely looking limb, A tall gentleman with blonde moustache, and who wna urrssrd In a seersucker suit, snw the lady and the limb, became charmed and followed the lady about the city all the morning while slin was shnpplnir. nml llnallv followed her to her own house, where tin stepped up to the gate nml Into thn front door anil boldly nnocnrii. i up imiy iicrnci openeil ine N for Vit'i-nt ho slnted, detailing In substance that it was tho beautiful limb Hint had aroused hlsiidmlrntlnn nnd the desire to become nrmialnted with Its owner. The lady's Imllgnntlon was great, hut she controlled herself nnd said: "Walt n Initio, un til I call my husband. He will attend to you." Saying which she turned Into Hie house. The Infatuated masher needed no more. He departed and nearly carried tho front gate with him In his haste. Nor did he stop until ho enme to a convenient corner, around which ho dodged to re-appear In a mo ment, however, and then, with grrat trepidation he watched tlio house for some moments toseo if the husband was coming. It Is due to the lady to say Hint her husband was not nt homo at tho time, and no one else but her colored servant was at home, hut her presence of mind gave tho fellow n soaro which will mako him cautious hereafter. polio"emmmittee. Inquiring Into the Conduct of Two Police Officers. Olllcers Joe McLellan and Van Alstyno w ere this morning brought before the l'ollco Committee, charged wit It having received the sum or $10 per month from the I. & G. N. railroad, contrary to the police regulations. From tho statement of the two men, both or whom confessed lo receiving the money, but denied thor took It except as a present. TIioiil'Ii their names appeared on the tiny roll or ine i. .v u. rauroaii, iney nau never given anv receipt lor Inn cash. It was also apparent from the statement of .iiarsmu nuaruein wno was iniormeii ny Mr. Simmons, I tin ticket agent of the road, that It had been customary to pay this amount to all olllcers on that beat slnco the commencement of trnlllo oper ations on the road. After n short consultntlun tho commit tee decided to retnln tlio ntlliers, but re iiuested that the City Marshal should reprimand them before their brother olllcers and further Inflict a lino amount Ing to ten days' wages. His Christmas Hog. If thejsanitary Inspector of the First ward will take the trouble to look around tho premises of one of our city olllcers nt No. Ml. South San Sabn street, ho will find a big hog penned up. fattening for Christmas, which is a violation of the city ordinance on nuisances. Thanksgiving Service Thero will be a special thanksgiving service held nt the Mount .ion church In their new house or worship on Sun day next. September f. nt 4 o'clock n in. A cordial invitation Is ttxtended in all of tho pastors and their congregations to ue present. The Very Latest flic latest style for ladles' costumes to gracefully arrange the folds of the dress over an umbrella, making It appear as If the lady carried n smnl mar quee on her hack. Tho llrst specimen or tins unique ami latest vagary oi lusiiion wns seen on commerce street this morn IhK. For Swindling. Detective Hughes last night arrested a soldier named Graham, for passing a saloon drink check on a chile con carno ender on Military nlnza. and tnklnir .1.1 cents In change therefor, the Mexlcnn mistaking u lor a nan uoiiar. As tho Mexican refused to make n charge against Graham, Captain lliighesturncd him looso again. A Good Foot Race. Tho foot rnco between Somers and Mortlson yesterday on Government hill was attended by a large crowd, many citizens from the city being present. The dlstnnce was 100 yards, stakes $23 a side. Besides this there was a great deal of money put by Mortlson's friends, which was covered by Somers friends, and won by them, as Somers won easily by a few feet. Time for Somers 10J seconds, Mortlson, 11 seconds, From the word go Somers Jumped away from Mortlson, and ran surprisingly well un tllnbout; CO yards were covered, when Mortlson caught blm.and It was then nip nnd tuck between them to the llnlsh. How Mojei Crossed. It was at a big August meeting In Wake county, N. C, and there were acres of darkies present. The "Cross ing of the lied Sea" wns the subleot or the discourse, and the Itev, Mr. Dukes, a 'manctpnted minister, was treating In the most frigid manner. Ho bad Just closed by saying: "Moses and de Chll'un of Israel crossed ober de Ited Sea on de Ice. but when Faro and his lumherin' big chariot came 'long, dey broke True the Ice, and dey was all drowned," when a young man from town arose and said : "Brer Dukes, will you 'low me to ask you a question?" 'Snrtalnly; what Is It?" "Well, Brer Dukes, I' bin sludyln' geography, an' geography teaches me ilat de lted Sea am In de tropica. What 1 want to ax Is dls: Whar dat Ice onto from whar Moses crossed ober on?'' Brer Dukes cleared his throat, mopped his brow, hesitated a moment, and re plied: "Well, l'ie glad you ax dat question. It elves me an opportunity to 'snlaln. My dear young brer, you mus'n't think, 'cause you w'ar store close an' bin to school, dat you know everything. Dls thlmr I'm nreachln' 'bcut took nlncn long time ago, 'fore dere was any geog raphies and 'fore dere was nny tropics?' Detroit Free Press. InraisTtiitnl .MANl'PACTL'IIKtl FOMXV 11V. J. A. SELBY & CO., P. O. Box 1 24. Galveston, Texas. utr lw only f kin 1rrp," then It Is eminently necessary that tho skin shouM t well rvi iur. Hitiwmxirrjr whs nosiuon, imiui ro coniiamiy sccKing- scino i) luirirvnml .seniitlfy tho skin. wwrctaUr that of thf hunris ami faoo. and meiy many nri rums navv wii imsmiuiioninrm iiyitiesneor power 1. 1 no loiiurr nnv tut ii for dUnnnointmfnt nr illninitt. as. after Innr , the TKXAH TOI l.irr Tltlf Mi has pnmil to I a perfect TAN Inn rnnii the fit in. 'and while cnnlnir It to tHi.ii.o k toll and tHaiitlfiil aa an 'infant's. yl't iumh no detriment to litfiltti. As a proof that It la perfectly harmless, a detutcrt spoonful ken Inlernnlli netPonly ninmlM laxatUe. As an addition to a Indies1 toilet outflt It la In lluialde, nnd Is hoi Mm more nr lesn than what It Is represented to l. It IB A I.WAT noon i tar, aa the (reaet inn anil tlm tnnt if tnnterlals am inM In Its manufacture under tlio reet ruimti Inlnn nf n iiiciiiIht nf llin firm, t-'ltittcrlfiir iMnlnnteiiirnta from ladlca who hatn riillv IrMi-d If un 1-lntr cnmiHiitlv niftied. It run U iihtatned from anr Iradlinr Dnmtnt tit UrTV t'KNTH Pr.lt IIOITU:. hlmold )oit tall lotlnd II, wrlto lo tin illrttt, rucU-nlnfT postal win n nl It Sold by all Druggists. Price 50 Cents FALL OF 1885. To tlio Dry Gooc(s Trade of San Antonio and Western Texas. n Inir nnnnire.1 will, Mt-nsrs. Iir Asuiii nml Mikr OiTRXilclMRn, of Ban Antonto, to -.rill II. Ill We.ti-rtiTexna. wn Inkn oleit.ur,, In lnr,..mlir .nil ,hl Ihov l.uvn .nnn.7 (!".iLu"'Aw'l1 it El ilSiuimsm.1. Imnk) wTiu COMMEHCE STHEET. tW" Antonio, Full Line of Samples of Drv Goods. Notions, Boots, Shoes and Hats, alwa) s 1h found. They will mil n iimimunleali' with nr nwrw 1 v determine) to cultivate It, a no tlmo with samples. Wo trust for them. Wo appreelato your ntldcnt that an lnssectlon of our if Pan Antonio and ir friends and ous- rtuy, LEON & H. DLUM, Galveston, Texas. nould l' pleased to hare merchants call onus nnd oiamlnv ASH Ell & OPPENHEIMER. ML PBAEGEB No. 4 East Commerce Street, will remoue to his new building, No. 262 and 264 East Commerce Street, and is selling out his entire stocli of Cooking and Heating Stoves at Cost. Must Have Room. Fur his Full and Winter Stock, to Arrive during the next Thirty Days, CONSEQE N T L Y All Goods Marked Down. BY JL WOjLFSOM, Tlio Lnrgost Dry Goods nnd Clothing Houso in West Texas. Kid Gloves Hosiery and Laces His Stock of Kid gloves Is very largo. Also nil kinds of Silk and I.lsle Thread Gloves, Ladles' and Children's line Silk, I.lsle Thread, Halbrlggan and Cotton Hose In endless variety. Also a very lrrgo stock ofall Kinds of Litces. The Millinery Department. Tills department Is under a first-class French milliner, who will please the of all. All the latest styles and mnkes of Bonnets and Hats, Ostrich Plumes l ips, millions and Trimmings will bo found thero. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Tho summer stock of clothing Is very large and embraces,- In the Latest pat terns, Prince Albert, Cutaway, Pongee Silk, Seersucker, I.lnen and Alapaca Suits lor .iien ami uoys. a very large ami complete siock oi i.aciies-, ousses , aien'S nnd Boys Shoos and Boots. A full lino or Stetson felt Hats, Straw Huts and Caps. Finest Furniture and Carpets. His Furniture Department Is complete with household goods, and he will suit everybody In this line. Among other Goods, we tlnd Plush Parlor Suits, Mohair Parlor Suits, Walnut nnd Ash Bedroom Suits, Wardrobes, Chairs, Body Ilrassels and Ingrain Carpets, Hugs, Matting, Curtains, Window Shades and, Etc. Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. tJSScnd for Samples. L. WOLFSON. MAIN PI.A.A, AND ACKQUIA STItEET. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. Shadows. Shadows all I From the blrlh-robe lo the pall, In this travesty of life, Hollow calm and fruitless strife, Whatsoe'er the actors seem, They are posturing In u dream; Fates may rise nnd fates may fall, Shadows are we, shadows nil I From what sphere Float these phantoms flickering here? lrcie cn past? :s may ref nil- Hi. in Down the iiiidnlitht mvstrrv. While earth's mocking echoes call Shadows, shadows, shadows all I Paul Hamilton Hayne. Carriage Etiquette Now In Europe carriage etiquette Is most peremptory. Tho lady sits always on the right-hand back seat, with a gen tleman at her left hand, two young la- uies or gentlemen in ironi oi iter, in a barouche, driving through London, l'urli or Home. It would be the height ol Inel egance or Impropriety for the Important lady of the party to assume any other Beat than this: she- Ignores her own if he uoes-l liUDits. Saying "Ceo" to His Oien. Hints for the Ilavlleld" is the title at an agricultural pamphlet. A bint may do for the hayfleld, but It takea a club to stir up the gentlemen wbo toll amid the waving grass and scented clover. But, speaking of these Indirect allusions and suggestively instructive insinuation! addressed to those sequestrations of till nuts innu auapteu lo pasturage or tno production of nutritious endogenous plants having simple leaves, Joined and usually tubular stems and a busk; calyx, reminds us of the labor of extraotfng from the fruitful bosom of the planet which we Inhabit those organlo bodies designed to support the lire of man and beast, Is now occupying the time of a noled lecturer, who Is superintending his farm near Tlconderoga. The other day, a tramp passing near tho "mowln' " lot, heard n deep, sonor ous voice cry out, like the call of a prophet, "Abandon the direct progres sion to the straight thitherward, and deviate by Incllnatory and aberrent dextro-gyratlon Into a tlextral inci dence." It wns Ultimate America lay ing "Gee" to his oxen. The tramp fled for his life. The oxen crept under the hay-cart and orled. Bitrdetteln Brook lln Eagle. The only cigarettes which do not stlok to the lips are Opera Pulls W