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The San Antonio Lierht.
BEST PREVENTATIVE OF CHOLERA I Harry Baum's Whiskey Taken ThrcoTimcoaDay .Volume V. Number 211. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1885. Only $5 a Year. POSITIVE CURE Knr All Kinds (X POISONING A Untile lir Harry Baum's Whiskey. BOYS' QlBTIIiG, Tlio Ix'Rlfinlnii or the school seiimm U nor nl iiatnl, Wehaio pint recoiled lino assortment of BOYS' ISCHOOL CLOTHING, wl'tcli embraces the nl iiimlllliH nnil stylos now In u.c. We inn "HI them cheaper limn miy Boys' and Girls' School Shoes In pnilinotit l mm oomph lo. 'I hose goods liuvn utiviijsirlw n full satisfaction, they Imtlnir Ik-cii manuriKturcd spec nil) funis nnil Hits market. Owlnjr lo tin- near full season, wenre compelled Hi mnlii' room, and hale mill ked down alliurSninmordoi.ls. Ijidhs nri' ni lesti-d to cull and In- coiulnoi-d. JOSKE BROTHERS. SMITH & CO., tMTCKMOIH T "W. II. SMITH Fire, IVlarine $ Tornado Insurance wk uni'HKsiiNT Tin: roM.im ino iii.maum. COMPANIES: Nnrtlieru Afttunuictt Company, of I.iicAf"t Apt, H4,38(l,DOO Commercial Union Aiirnr Commnj', of l.ngl um. " ll,U80,433 linj.ATlal Klr Imiiruitce Compiiny, of I.iirIkh1 " H, 7:17,000 I.nncHhlrelliiurnnoiCunimiir. or KiikUikI OSIH,3S4 I'hmulx Annuntiice C'omimuy, of i:nglnml fl.OlO.flOH Iiiuru.iro Company of North Amvrlri., of I'liIlAilvlptiU " 0,071,1100 I'liirnU IimurnnoA CntnpHiijr, of l.itr.ririt, roim 4,435,010 I'liipiilx liifiiriirC'inititrr MrooUlyi , N, V 3,7411,030 Aiiierlriin Cvntral Intuniiot tJoinpaiij', of M. LiuIb, Mo 1, 180,5 J 1 OFFICE,: Over fllsche's Cigar Store, 275 Commerce Street. BE SURE AND CALL ON OIH H UH H H n H H H H 44 W. COMMERCE STREET, CLOTHING, (WE FURNISHING GOODS, HITS, k SOUTHERN HOTEL, Main and Military Haras, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Cnnvmli-ht to In Ml- J. H. MARQUART, ruor.mrr.. CRESCENT CITYOIT JJjJ SHDEMANPFACT0RY I lino on liniul live hundnd of tlio following styles of lino lmrul nnil linmo made goods: Prlnco Albert Calf, tlieOxronl Tie. lino Calf low quntcr Strap Tie, 'luree Hutton Oxford Kill, nnil Newport tie Kid. nil of them low qiiater goods which Will bo sold nt tlio reduced rato or lire dollars per pair. Will Bell you n Hoot or Slioe Home nnil Hnnd Made. My clock Is superior to any In tlio State. Ten thousand dollar worth of ready hand made Roods to bo closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. Tills oiler Is for tlio next 30 days. Call early and bu convinced. Flno Custom Work a Spoolnlty. No. 17 Solodad at. op. Courthouse. WHITE LIME AND Cement ! PIANOS AND ORGANS AT Wholesale and Retail. Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galveston and San .Antonio Call or .eilil tor Catitlotfilti of Price Riverside Cafe Restaurants Bcholz'8 Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. .l6rLunohand Menla nt nil hours. Everythlnc served In Flret-Cla-i Style. r. onto waiters in attendance. Telephone No. 185. ! OCT tf: r, with UH i ok tim- H . q-rP f.w. McAllister & bro. 201, 20 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., r.0K. V1LUTA, BAN ANTONIO, TKXA8. Wu aro Wholesale) and Hctatl Dealers In Auitln Whito Ltino, licit Ilratuls or Dark ltonendalo ami lm pot ted EnglUh I'ortliuul Ct-int-.its, Plaster of Paris, and Lonjr Goat Hair, and would ask you to call, or wrlto ui, for prli-oi bt'foro purchaitng-eJso where, lMetiao mention tbfi paper. A. 1IAMPIX. 7-28-Gm TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. TllO Ultimatum of tllO Klligllta . Of Labor. Indiana Townthlp Olflceri Cone Wrong R.iln at QalveitonBuilneii Failurei-Other Newt. Sr. Lot'M. September I. At 11 o'clock this morning Chairman K. V. Powdorly nnil Secretary Fred. Turner, of the gen eral cxecuthc hoard of the Knlghls of Labor, called nt the ollleo of General Manager Talmngn and submitted the following ns their ultliiialiim In I fn iiint tiTof the H'ntmih trouble. The Kcncral rxeoullve board of tlio KnlKbts of Labor nk: 1, That n general order be ImiiciI alongtlie Wnbntli lines, ImtrucllDK mas ter mechanics and foremen that no dis crimination must bo mado In the em ploying of men on account ot being mem bers of the KnlKbts of Labor. 2. That all employees who have In any manner taken nn nctlve part since the lGtli of Juno In the settlement ot the trouble be Riven their poaltlons held prior to nam loin oi .iune ni once. on or before October 1, 16S.. 4. That all who have come out slnco then In support of those locked out on that date, be also reinstated on or before October 1, lh3. Mr. I'owderlr nlso showed n telegram from Hedalla, signed U. W. Drew, clialr nian of the southwestern committee, saying that If the matter was not settled to-day he could not hold tbo men on tlio southwestern system any longer. In answer to the above demand lleneral ManagerTalmage, of the Wabash staled to 1'owderly nnd Turner that the Wuha-.li was In the hands of a receiver, ami that the court was always asking the man agement to cut down expenses, conse quently ho could not put Hie men to work now as be had neither the work nor the money to pay them. In rignrd to the demands madH In regard to Oalo ber, he declared that be could say noth ing now ns he did not know what the demands for labor on the financial con dition of the road would boat that date. Messrs. 1'owderly and Turner retired on receiving Mr. TaliiiBRe's reply and held n seoret conference with the Wabash dUtrlct committee nt tho Planters' home, lasting several hours. At 2 p. in., they were not ready to say nixil ctlon they would take. Vinncknniw, I.xr)., September I. Three township trustees, of Davis coun ty, Indiana, have disappeared. It Is said they issued fraudulent orders on tbelr respective townships, nnd on the credit of which they easily raised money and absconded with It. They are Charles A. llrown, trustee of Washington town ship, Davis county; John U. Itnnsley, of Steele township, John Clark, of llarr township. They are supposed to bo In Canada. Tho amount ot money carried awuy by them Is variously estimated at from $00,000 to S'JOO.OUO. Oreat excite ment prevails. Ou.VK.irox, September I. This Inland has been visited by an unusually heavy rainfall for the past three days. Slnco Go'olock last Tuesday evening U.:)0 Inch es of rain have fallen, Inundating the streets In many places to a depth of 15 Inches, ltaln fell almost Incessantly to day, the signal service register showing 5.73 Inches for the 21 hours ending at f i ciock tins evening, rue nveraue rain- run lor n month at uaiveston la only i.:i" Inches. The storm does not extend far Inland. Galvkoto.v, September I. Olllcrrs of tho steamer Lone Slar from New ork, who arrived hero to-day, report llndlng on the coast of Oeorgla, oft" Savannah, the hull of tho German bark Carolina Savannah, of Danzig. There was noth ing left of the vexcdl but the naked hull, and the only sign ot life wasn llrltlsli bun dog. i he starving terrier was re. cued. The wreck was llred but would not bum, being water logged. Nothing Is known here of the destination of the unfortunate bark or fate of the crew, Loniion, September It Is reported that King Alfonso will ask the Kmpcror of Austria to use his Influence with the German government In behalf of Spain to persuade Prince lllsmarck to abandon ins soueme oi occupation oi me uaroiine sianus. mng Aiionso. ir. is iiiriner re ported, says that the allulr has so aroused the Spanish people that be would lose nis inrone it no snoutii re cede from the claim of Spain to the Is- lanus, anu tuai spam would De ruined line suouiu pusu uis claim. Duni-rjuK, Iowa, September 4. Argu ments were heard In the District court yesterday, on application of defendants for removal to the Federal court of the petition for temporary Injunctions Bgainsr saioon Keepers, iueuiiuueue' elded In favor of allowing the removal of the Injunction cases to the Federal court. This Is considered as another victory lor the personal liberal parly. Kinsas City, September 4. A Jeffer son City special says: Governor Mar maduke this evening Issued a proclama tlon oflerlng a reward of $1000 each for the aneat nnd conviction of the four men connected with the train robbery at lllue Springs on Wednesday night, nnd calling on olllcers of the State to aid In the search. Nbw Yoiik, September 4. Tho bus! iicbs failures throughout the country during the last seven days ns reported io it. u. muni tx I.U., oi iue mercaniue ngenoy, to-day by telegraph number as against a total of 180 last week, ami MiWKucio.v, Michigan, September 4. Shingle men here are out on n strike for 10 hours on Increased pay. About 600 men are Included In the strike. Three hundred went out yesterday and others Nkw Oni.KiN'a, September I. J. II Aufdetnorte and Erasmus Shepherd, ar raigned to-day before United States Commissioner Wright, waived examina tion and were remanded. Aufdemorle's ball was llxed at $20,000 and Shepherd's f IW,VW. Maiuiiii, September 4. There 2500 now cases of cholera and 778 deaths reporieu yesterday throughout Spain. King & Powers' Comedy company will give a free entertainment at the Dpnngs oaturuay and Sunday nights. 2t The only cigarettes which do not sue io iuo nps are upera runs ANTI-CHINESE. The RIototCoalMlncrsnt Rock Spring, Wyoming. Hon. Si ni.wa, September I. Yester day, Tor the tlrst time In many )ears, there wns not a Chlnninnn It, I lock Springs, except the itsad nnd wounded. The MX) or (UMI who were at work In the mines hero have been driven out, and nothing hut heaps of smoking ruins mark the spot where Chlnnlowii flood. The feeling against the Chinese has been growing stronger nil the summer. The fact that white men have In en turned II the sections, and that hundreds of whllu men were seeking In vain for work, while llui Chlnoo were being shipped In by tho car-load and given work, strengthening the feeling against them. It needed but little to turn this feeling Into an active crusade airnlnst tho Chinese nnd preelpllale the little name in it runesiiay. At No. II mine, about one mile north of town, through some misunderstand ing, two i iiinaiuen took a room In the mine belonging to two white men. When the white men came they ordered them out. They would not go nnd a fight ensued, which was partici pated in oy nearly nu iuo unites and Chinamen III tho mines, 1 he Ch namen wero bad v worsted In the light nnd four of Ibem badly wound ed, ono of whom has since died, The white miners then camu nut, armed themselves with firearms anil notlllcd the men In the other three mines to come out. In tho meantime all was ex citement In Chinatown, A Hag was hoisted as a warn nir to Ch namen work ing In dlllerent quurters. After dinner uie snioons oioseii. ami no liquor has been sold since. Then the miners gath ered on Front Street, nbout IUO of them, mini with irons, revolvers, hatchets and knives and proceeded toward China town, llcfore reaching there, they sent a committee of three warning the China men to leave In nn hour. This they agreed to do, nnd started lo pack, but In about half an hour the white men grow impaiieni anu nuvnnceii noon iue i. hi nese nuarlers, shouting and Urine their guns In tho air. Without ottering re sistance, the Chinese lied, with what ever they could snatch up, to the hills nuoui nine nines east oi iuo town, tho miners firing nt them ns they uoiit. Soon n black smoke win seen Issuing from the peak of a home In ong Kong, then from an other, nnd very soon eight or ton of the largest ol the houses were In flames. nan ouokeu wiiu uro anu siiiokc, num bers of Chinamen aame rushing from the burning buildings with blankets and bed q. lilts over their heads to protect thejn- selves irum iue stray riue nuois. j ney followed their retreating brother Into the hills at the stop of their speed. A laundry in ino town wns next Milled and theotl'enslvo Iniiintesshotdead. All the employees of the oual department of the railroad were ordered t leave town. which they did on the evening train. During the night all of the Chinese houses In the town, numbering nearly f.0, were burned to the ground. A number of Chinamen who weru within lied from tho burning buildings. A coroner's Jury was summoned, w hlch. alter cxa i Inlng the bodies, re turned a verdict that 11 Chinese had been burned lo death and live shot by parties Unknown to the Jury, A num ber wero found seriously wounded and bow many more may still he wounded out In the hills Is unknown, A large number of Chinese have been picked up by the trains going west and a quantity of provisions has been sent out In them. STATE HEWS. Local option fever Is raging at Corsl una. Kaufman county is still suflc ring from drouth. Fisher county claims to havo heller crops this fall than ever before known. W. T. Hudson U charged with swind ling T. V. F. ltandolnh Inn cattlo tran saction to the amount of $:k),0U), The Methodlstsof Decatur aro holdlm; a protracted meeting, with n large at tendance nnd prospects of making largo accessions. The cotton nicking has commenced in earnest In Montague county, and before many (lays uiey win no handling cotton In large lots. For the past week thev havo bad fine showers of rain In Kills county, which did much to cool tho atmosphere and vegetation, particularly iue grass. Chcrokco county Is In great need of rnln now. the cotton will rail short of the July estimates. '1 he pea crop Is lm menso. Sweet potatoes aro In need of rain. At Sherman, Andy lllll, colored, aged about'8 years, attempted to kindle a lire with coal oil with the usual result. The house was completely destroyed. No In surance. Dan Hlce, the veteran showman, lavs claim to some 1745 acres of land near Itlo Grande City. He claims to have been made a present of It by Daniel McLaren some 4U years ago. George llartwell, who is charged with fatally cutting Pat O'llearn at Van Al- styne, was taken there this morning for examinuiion, nnu waiveu Hearing, n was remanded without ball. Cotton In Hell county, although having suuereu irom urouui, win snow u good yield, nnd picking Is carried on vigor ously. The grain crop, which has been gathered, Is very heavy and all aro picaseu wiiu tins portion oi ino crop, A very sad accident occurred at Lum A Fry's gin, Harwood. Mr. W. C. Jones, employed as glnner. In adjusting the breast of one of the gin stands, got ins icii nana caugui in ino saws, wnen his arm and shou der were Immediately drawn In and sawed to pieces before ho oould pull It out. lie sull'ered all night, anu uieu next day at noon, lie never recovered rrom tho shock. Three skill fill doctors attended him. An Institution of Learning. The Alamo City Business College Is one of tho new Institutions of learning Just opened In the Dullnlg block. It not tills a long left went, and upon examin ing Into Its appointments, will rank llret class In its purpose. No belter oppor tunity exists for young men to acquire a thorough business education, bookkeep ing, short hand aid type writing aro some of the branches taught to perfec tion. Proressor W. C, ltuckman Is a pedagogue of sterling qualities, and with his assistants will make tho college a suceess. Cigarette smokers pre fcr Opera Puds beoause they do not stlckto tho Hps tf FOR THE GRAUD JURY, A List of Serious Crimes and Mltde meanort. Judge Anton Adam has prepared the following report to bo submitted to the grand Jury on Monday next : June Vales, ct al. theft over $20; Mi guel Torres, murder; S. M. Hooker, as sault to kill; Juan Oomrr, murder; Monle Isaacs or II.;.MIllf r.thert over $20; James Dumas, theft under $20; Joseph llyrne, theft over $20; Francisco Mnrtlnet, then oer $3); Albert Solomon, et nl. robbery; Janus Dulmln, theft under $20; .In. to Gnllmlo, theft under $20; I.011U Krnfl, slander; Albert Solomon, murder; Tom Johiimn, embetrlcuicnt; Pedro De (icrnio, aggravated assault; llice Young, theft under $20; Abo Wheat, theft from the person; K. II. Morgan, theft mrr $20; Theo. S. Kunzmaii ct nl, crltulnnl libel; John llnukert, aggravated assault; John llaukert, nssault to kill; (:. II, Sands or N. Sands, forgery; Charles 'llioinpson, theft over $20; John Klllolt, then under $20; W. Washington, swind ling; Santiago, Jthert over $20; C. Thompson, theft over $20; Conrad .occhel, theft under $20; Susano Flores, theft of a hoise; Harry lllchardioii. theft under $20; Seay, thert under $20; Sl verla Torres, theft under $20; Maurlcln Hernandez, failure to report sales; lonu Palmer, criminal libel; C. II. Sands or N. Sands, forgery; O. II. Sands or N'. Sands, swindling; , Tbuiiitn ct al., murder; Vivian Campos et al., thert over $20; George llusset all, theft over $20; George Greason, burglary; George (treason, theft over $20; Tony Uattagllo, theft under $20. Judgo N'cucndorff has the following cases to submit! Texana Harris, nssnult with Intent to kill; lllll Miller, Nichols. Tom Taylor, theft under $20; lllll .Miller, Nichols, Tom Taylor, robbery; Manuel Domingo, swindling; Willis McAlllster.theft under $20; Ignacla Cortez, Annie Owens, Sarah Johnson, Juan Gomez, murder; (1. F. Lover, selling mortgaged property; Peter lllnes. It. llosenberg, theft under $20; Miguel Itloza, theft of horse, three cases; George Davis, Intent to kill and murder, Herman Hindi, I'lacldo Yvar ro, theft under $20; It. C. Cannon, rape; Ivan Florcs.theftofhorseiF.Itoshcr.rape; Maggie Salas,JerryCostcllo,kldnanpltig; Joaquin Landln, Intent to kill and mur der; John II. liyan, forgery; Solomon Jones, burglary; Oscar Johnson, burg lary; Alf llurlage, swindling; Kllut Dud ley, swindling; Henry Cooke, theft un der $20; Nelson Mlcton and Mary Wil son, adultery; K. Dooloy, forgery; A. llurlkfje, forgem (. Schramm, theft under $20; Morris Collins, purchasing stolen property; Frank Fleltwoodthelt under $20; George Greason, theft tin- tier RECORDER'S COURT. Flnrcntlno Mendcz. drunk on tho street, $5. Louisiana Itlsher, being a vagrant, $7 or 10 days. .nana Jones, nopina .iiiuer, trances Martin, Annie Jones. Laura llrown. $7 or 10 days each. J. M. l.eav. drunk nnd disorderly, con tinued, A.J. Crane, drunk nn tho street, $5. Galandl Gastlno. drunk and disorder ly, $5. .lane fewcioincs, being a vagrant, $7 or 10 da s. HellClaik, being a vagrant, $7 or 10 davs. Hugh Walls, being disorderly, $8. Joseph Woods, being disorderly, bond forfeited and alias warrant Issued, S. CI. Latimer, being disorderly, sent thrents to Olllcer Kills that be was going to kill him on sight, nnd when Kills saw him about It. he rushed nt him with something In his hand. Olllaer Hummers nrresicu l.al tuer. uc ng called v Kills' whistle, Latimer was lined $7 fur using Insulting language, and required to glvo n peace bond for $200 to keep tlio peace lor ono year. The Maiden all Forlorn. Has been caught up with at last, not In the house that Jack built, but in palace of art where the richest displays of delicate fabrics are exhibited that were ever beheld by mortal eyes. Tho fact Is, whether accident, Providence or a natural Inclination In senrchoftho beautiful, she brought up nt tho newly- enlarged nnd reconstructed emporium of Wolfson's bazaar. This morning a rep resentative of the I.kiiit, while on his rounds stepped Into this Immense store and found everybody as busy as bees In a bco hlvo. A little army of ladv anil gentleman clerks, and a host or cash boys running hither and thither answer ing to the constant call of cash, Hut a few days more and the re-arranging of stock, and a graded classification In all branches will be complete. Car-loads of new goods aro daily arriving, and a host of laboring men and receiving clerks are unpacking and marking the new goods. preparatory to their being placed in position for Inspection and sale. A novel sight, at least to this writer, was the de mand of an article by a lady. Mr. Wolf- son said "this Is very fortunate, the last was sold yesterday, but my hoys aro Just unpacking a new shipment of the samo goods, and you may havo first choice nt once." There Is quite a largo amount of remnants of summer stock on hand, which owing to tho near approach of fall, is reduced In lirico. Figures speak for themselves, and n visit to vtonsoirs win convince in every Special From Boerne. A telephone message received from Iioerne, says Miss Ida Kutzer, aged 18 years, daughter of IE. Kutzer, committed suicide this morning by hanging herself. The cause for the rash act Is not yet krown. The suicide occurred nooui six mues irom i.eon npringi. Twelve at a Birth, A singular birth took placo Wednes day last In tho museum at San Pedro park. One of the female rattlesnakes caged there, hatched out 12 little snakes all of whom are alive and wriggling, Professor Heckmann says this knocks out I he old idea mat snake eggs can only be hatched In the sun, as these eggs were noi exposed to iuo sun for moment. Fri, to All, Qrand Attractions at the San Pedro springs, a iree concert by the King & Powers Comedy company. Thursday, Saturday and Sunday nights. l2-4t TEXAS TOILET TBIFLE itt.niTritEt1 MANlTACTfllllK BOI.IXY IIV. J. A. SELBY & CO., P. O. Box 1 24. Galveston, Texas. If "beauty !. nnlr sklmleen." then It Isrnilnentlr nre,iirr thai Ikn .win .h.,,,1.1 l, w.ll h.1 Jli.llelmi.ly ean-,1 fur. lli-eiiviiiilnir litis -lll,,n, lie-llea are, ronstanttr seoklnir soino iielln.lliv which t; i.urtryan.t Pcautlrr tlio skin, t.peclallr thator tho haiul. ami race, and ciii.-iiM-nl o, ii tin. umI, Ij- inanrliMitMliiis lime boon rol.ff-,1 iimlhe,n til tho sheer power f a.ltert .Inn; hut there la no Iniurer any iiihI fur illaaepnlnlmcnt orill.iruat.as, after Ion . mxiii, i.riu-iu-iu ie.ia, iue n,A.in iwu.r.i iniri.i, aaa pnitcl In iki a ported TAN an iMMKi.K I.ikoii iTi.u Aio Fall. Hit u'ti nan, romin liur IlloU hoa, Plmplea and lllcne ') llieHklli, nnd while eaualiur It lo Ih-.-.iiiio as anil and N aiillrnl as an Infant's, jot '"" " irimrni 1.1 neti 1 1'ni.n mill it is perm-iir narinleM, a dessert spnnnrul ken Interna I) iiotmmly n. u mild lamillle. .s an addition I.. n ladle.' liillot oiitnilt Is In illliiill.le. 1111.1 1 mithlmr mure or It .a I Mil wlnil It U rc.roetitod In lm. IT IS AI.WAra linon lar, a. the vn-uteat care and the Ix.t of ttuiterliils are used In Its manufacture under tho eel auin ri t.liiu id n meiuU-r id Hie linn, t'liillcrlnir cmloincincnta from ladles who haro ..,..,.':r.'.",l,l.'.l,n' '"'IniMiiiiataiitly r. eeHi-,1. II noi l iiMalued from nnr leading Dnlrrlat t'lKI V rliNin PUII llorrl.K. Hlmuldjiw fiillt.iniidlt,wHtelou.dln,cnclilnirl"lai le fi.raMlit, ami we will forward It to)imr ii.l.lnsa. iold by all Druggists. Price 50 Cents. FALL OF 1885. To the Dry Goods Trade of San Antonio and Western Texas. ,..J!i?.!Xr.'wUKyt"n- '.'V Ar,lr" leeMiKlMr.ii, of Han Antonio, to Full Lino of Samples of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, tlierivinnlwaistierouii,! Thev will call i '.!",.. ...'I", Tr '"""V"'"1;"'''; l" " rencno I.M.IneMa i.l hate .1. lerinh.M l eullllute It. r samples will secure for us i will Ik) duly appAvlatitl, Yd ' ptiuwii .,u-.r. ruly. I to ft irinif to tin- hIm 1 JL JLJL-LTJK.JLU No. 4 East Commerce Street, wilt remove to his new building, No. 2G2 and 264 East Commerce Street, and is selling out his entire stock ofCoohing and Heating Stoues at Cost. Must Have Room. For his Fall nnd Wiul r Stock, to Arrive during the next Thlrty.Days. CONSEQENTLY All Goods Marked Down. BY Tlio Largest Dry Goods and 1 1 1 I 1 Ml 11US j Ills Stock of Kid gloves Is very largo. Also nil kinds or Silk and Lisle Thread oves, Ladles' and Children's flno Silk, Lisle Thread, Ilalbilggan and Cotton )So In endless variety. Also a very lrrgo stock of all Kinds of Laocs. The Millinery Department. This department Is under a llrst-class French milliner, who will plcaso the of all. All the latest styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats, Ostrich Plumes Tips, Hlbbons ami Trimming will bo found there. Clothing, Shoes, The summer stook of clothing Is very terns, Prince Albert, Cutaway, Pongeo lor .Men aim niiya, -iv very iuiko null and Hoys Shoos and Hoots. A full lino Finest Furniture and Carpets. His Furniture Department Is complete with household goods, and be will suit everybody In this lino. Among other Goods, we llnd Hush Parlor Suits, Mohair Parlor Suits, Walnut nnd Ash Hedrooui Suits, Wardrobes. Chairs, Uody Brassela and Ingrain Carpets, Hugs, Matting, Curtains, Window Shades and, Ktc. Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. t$SrSend for Samples. L. WOLFSON. MAIN I'LA.A, AND A0KO.UIA STUKF.T. SAN ANTON LO TEXAS. SUN - SET SALOON. Opposito tho Passongor Depot, on Austin Strooi Constantly on hand, a good supply of Flno Imported and Domestic Liquors, Wines and Cigars. Polite nnd attentive barkeepers. Everything first-class In all branches. JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor. Rowdy Britisher. Ah Englishman rode up to Madame Donaldson's dancing school last nljht, all booted and spurred and very drunk. He stumbled In with his hat on nnd seated himself almost In the lap of a lady, one of the dancers, and refused to leave the hall until Mr. Joe Hermann, the lessee, put him out. He then at tempted to raise a tight with some boys outside and finally mounted his horse and dashed furiously down Commerce street to Main plaza, where he fell off ins uorse anu wns arresieu ami taken to the bat cave, but as the Marshal thought ho was hurt by the fall he was released, when he again visited the saloon at Ar- belter Vcreln hall, and attempted to raise a row, but wns finally persuaded to go io nis uome in uie country. Shoes and Hats, on toil In ,!,, Il,n wliv, .ml. v I-..., jmir iirjer, Mr thorn. Wo appreciate our met reel emin.lent that an In.oection of our a fair .liaro of tlie trailoof Hun Antonio and ,t.ncr a flvnui'lliicr or our menus ami cus- LEON Be II. HLUM, Galveston. Texas. lU-a'd In time tnerchanU call onut and ci amino AS II Eli r OPPENHEIMER. Clothing Houso in Wost Toxas. .1 I H1Y rl LCI LRCfiS Hats, Caps, Etc. largo and embraces, In the Lateit pat Silk, Seersucker, Linen and Alapaca Suits euilipieis BIOCK Ol l.auiei, JllSSeS', aien'I ofstetaon felt Hats, Straw Hats and Caps. Fresh Garden Seeds. In to-day's Issue can bo seen the oard of L. Ituth & Son, hardware merchants, who'are the champion dealers In garden seeds. They reiiresent the old reliable establishment or Landreth ,t Sons, the greatest propagators of garden and veg etable seeds In America. A call at Huth's hardware emporium will con vince anyone. Gerrnin-English School Fair. Having been requested by the Direct ors to organize a fair In October for the benefit of the Qeriuan-Kngllsh school of this city, I herewith cordially Invito the assistance of all ladles who may take any Interest In said Institution, Those de sirous of assisting will please oall at my residence, No, 10 Casino atreet, for con sultation. 0-5-lt Miu. John 0. Ukckiunn.