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BEST RPEYEHTATIYE OF CHOLERA A Dose Of Harry Baum's Whiskey Taken Thrco Times a Day Volume V. Number 232. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1885. Only $5 a Year. POSITIVE CURE For All Kinds (r POI'SONING a iiottio or Harry Baum's Whiskey. ght FALL' And .lint llccelvcd: The largest and GE1TS; CD WISHING GOODSH Tlio Finest We desire also cnll special attention, tit it wo carry tli iimnt elegant stock if BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES. In cur I, tull en ilrfj.fi ilepruliiK'nl ivt?ry variety of tho late? I ftylcn nml jmttrnfi on n letee.i. An In' peel Ion U nf'icil by our ladv customer. JOSKE BROTHERS. SMITH & CO., ll'CO:nnu I ..wAil. SUItlll Fire, iVIarine $ Tornado Insurance wi: it!:i,ni:sKNTcTii!roM ino ki'.maiii.i: coMi'ANinai Sortliern .urinc C'oinpiiiy, if llnglmtil Amiet, 14,280,000 UommrrrUl Union AimmtnrB Umimtir, of Kngliml 10,280,4S3 Imperial Flm 1niirutir Umnprtrij-, nf Kngln til , M.737,000 IjtnrHMtilrelliiiurniiosCoiiiintfiy, nf i:iigUtl 0 UIH.3H3 1'IkpiiIx Aitiiirtinre Cumpuny, of IhilritHl . ft,fllt),50H liiAiiraiica Company of North Aiiirlcit. of I IilIJvUlpl.l, 0,071,090 I'litnnlx Iiimirtiic Coiiiimiiyp of linrtf'tTil, ( otin 4,433,010 rii4TnlK Inurnc C'inMiir( of llrnk1nt N V , " 3,740,030 AtncrlrHii CVntrnl limurmcff Cointny, of M. I vain, Mo,,,, 1,180,041 OFFiOE: Over Rlsche's CLjj Store, 276 Commei :e Street. Telephone Ho. 185. MARTIN & EB2S&mfr QUALITIES J Building Material full Mini, shape orslzcs. A lanroAMortmcnt of Ornamental (IihmIs nlwiiH In MiK'k. Wo kcfpcoiiitraiitly m hutrl liirKoqninitlticfi nf th noviT jet mir ptiHtiij. Hnlsch's Barb nnd Fence Wire. woaroaucii'tisruiwHiipftitorBinprico IU)1 t'o'nu iltul lo cntivtlitv.l. OFFICE: SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT, - - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FOR JOB PRINTING, Call at tho Light Off.cc, No. 2 1 0 E. Com merce Street. Low Prices SOUTHERN HOTEL, Mala and Military Nans, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Commit nt to business conti r, Willi best accommodations. (M l) J. H. MARQUART, -niOrillKTC HOT ail SHOE CRESCENT CITY I linvc cm linnil live hundred or llio following styles of lino hand iini! homo mado goods: l'rlhce Albert Calf, tlieOxronl Tie. line Cnlf low rpintcr Strap Tie, Threw Hulltm Oxford Kill, nnd Newport tlo Kill, nil nf Ilium low rjiiuter goods which will be colli nt the reduced rate or lire dollars per pair. Will eell yon a Hoot or Shoe Home and Hand ilnde. ily etook Is superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollarf worth of ready liund made goods to be closed out ut prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30 days. Call early and be convinced. ' Flno OUBtom Work a Spoolalty. No. 17 Solodadst. op. Courthouse. WHITE LIME AND Cement I PIANOS AMD ORGANS a r Wholesale and Retail. Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galyoyton and San. A.ntonio Also cm lcs tho Largest Stock of nil klndl nf Musical Instruments nn.l Musical or any house tn the South. COMIMU'1 NON IN gllALITV, BTVI.II AND 1'lllCK J K. S1MMANQ. A. HAMl'KL. Oysters, Fish and Game. Riverside Cafe Restaurants Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. riiS?'.'!" iS"'1..516?18 nt ll0Ur' Everything served In Klrst-Clan Style. I olltc waiters In attendance. 7-2S-C.ru WINTER llncit selected stock nf Hoys find SCHRYVER, OF ALL SORTS, KINDS - AND li iY 1UK- MANUFACTORY f.w. McAllister mo. 20 20 AND 203 S. ALAMO ST., COK. VILLITA, NAN ANTONIO, TKXAH. Wi sro Wholes alo and Hotall Dc&Icn In Auitln White Mine, Beat II rand of Dark Uonendalo and Iinportfl r.iKrllBli I'ortland Cement. Muster of I'ttriB, and Ixhik Goat ilatr, and would ask ou to call, or wrlto us, for prices boforo purchasing rise when . l'leaeo mention thin paper. TELEQRAPHIO NEWS. Tho Formal Answer of tho Knights Of Labor. New York Politics-Ward's Statement Riot In Montreal - Chlnojo Troubles-Other Newt. Omaha, September 29. The formal answer of the Knights or Labor to the recent manifesto ol Manager lallaway, of the Union 1'nellle lino been reef Ived at headquarters from Denver. It Is a lengthy document, signed by the ex ecutive committee of the Union Paclllo employes, Thomas Nnshorn, chairman, tliesubttnnce being criticisms of Calla way's letter and charging him 1 1 la try ing to mislead the public; accusing him of making misstatements and champion ing the cause of the Chinese; charging him wllh knowing that both Heck with A (Julnn and I.ocknrt, tho former being contracting agenu;andthc latter general superintendent of the local department, were apprised of the grievances that existed at Hock Springs, and Instead of trying to redress the same added to them. The Knights emphatically state that they abhor the action taken by tho outraged miners as much an nnione. They Inform tho Union l'aclllo that It can get nil tho white labor from tho citizens of tho country. There Is no excuse for the retention of Chinese. "We are Iaw-abldlngcltl7cns,"avthey, "and wo mean to remain so milll our rights and liberties are Jeopardized. Then, tho first law ofnattire wlllguldn us.' They charge Callaway with abuse of conlldence in giving their recent private correspondence to the public. They further state that they did not make any demand but simply sent In n request. A petition, asking the Union L'aclllo directors to remove the Chinese from the company's employ, Is now being clculated in Omaha and all along the entire road for signatures of citizens. New York, September 29. Oen. K. F. Jones, of Illnghampton lins been chosen to 1111 (lie vacancy ocoaslnncd by tho withdrawal of Mr. Flower from the can. dldaoy on the Democratic ticket for lieu tenant governor. Uenera! Jonci subse quently appeared before the State com mittee and formally accepted the nomi nation. It had previously been tendered to General Slocum, but lie declined to make the canvass. General Kdward T. Jones, the new candidate, was born In Utlca, New York, June 3, 18 S. He was reared In Massachusetts, and his home was there until the close of the war. He commanded the famous Sixth Massachu setts regiment, which was attacked In the streets of llaltlmore on April 1U, lbOl, while on its way to the defense of Washington, This was the llrst blood shed In the olvll war. He subsequently raised the Twenty-sixth Massachusetts volunteers and nerved with distinction In the army of the gulf. He was li re vetted brigadier general for meritorious services on the Held. At the close of the war he settled In Illnghampton, New York, and established In the Jones Scale works. He ran for Congress against Thomas C. l'mtt, In 1871, but was de feated, and was again beaten two years later for the sauie olllce by O. It. Dwlght. He Is regarded as a businessman purely, and not as a politician. New Youk, .September 2S. Ferdi nand Ward to-night left an unsigned statement with the warden of the Lud low street Jail, to be given to the press. In It he says ho gave schedules to tho receivers, showing what was done with the money of Grant & Ward. He says that one of these statements shows that from IKSJ to 1884 ho had paid out I ho sum of $GJ'i,(KX) for his personal ac count; that of this sum be Invested $17:1, 000 In real estate which ho turned over to Mr. Warner on the morning after the failure; that this leaves $120,000 for his living expenses during that time, but that lie during the same period received SI20,00t)on his Individual Investments. Therefore ho says, none of Grant A Ward's money was appropriated by him, He asserts that the wrongs done have Inured to the benefit of others whom he declines to name until his trial comes oil, but says he has no objection to their pub lication by tbe receivers. iloNTUKAi,, September 29. The ex citement among the citizens over tho antl-vaclnatloo riot last night Is .In tense, and many assert that the tlino has come to declare martial law, Tho rioters last night were well organized. The mob was led by three men in car riages, who directed their movements. The chief of the patrols, who was stabbed and stoned, fortunately received no serious Injury. Tho .Mayor rose from a sick bed and came down town to take measures to quell the riot. He says If the Aldermen will not assist him In this matter, he will protect the lives and property of citizens on his own res ponsibility. At 6 p. in. a general police alarm sounded, calling all members of the foroe to the ball. The whole of the military In tbe city, about 1400 strong, are under arms to-night, and patrols of cavalry and Infantry are watohlng tbe disaffected district. There Is no sign so far of further trouble. I'ohtum), September 29, A large andenthuslastlo meeting closed lute last night at Seattle, Washington Territory. It whs a convention of laborers called together to try to decide on' some man ner of ridding the country of Chinese, Delegates were present from various la bor societies and organizations In the following places; Totouiab, Newcastle, lteuton, lllack Diamond, Colby, Sumner, Squak, Whltcomb and Seattle, besides a number of citizens not In any labor so ciety. Many speeches were delivered, and each utterance that could be con strued to mean that the Chinese must go was vociferously cheered. Four car loads of Chinese, who were run out of the mines around Seattle, ar rived here to-day. The Oregonlan, In tbe article on the proceedings against tbe Chinese at Seattle, says the situa tion Is so grave as to make It necessary for the President of tbe United States to act. It says he ought to send tha Fourth Infantry, now at Vancouver, to l'uget Sound at once to preserve the peace, protect tbe Chinese and see that tbe menace of a general massacre Is not car ried opt. Lotftsvit.LK,September29. The Jeffer sonvllte plate glass works assigned to day. One hundred and fifty emp'oyes were notified that the works would shut down immediately. The liabilities are not known, but are said to be large ly In excess of tbe assets. Nkw;Yoiik, September 29 -Irving hull at a mass meeting to-night ratified tbe Dcmocratlo nomination. I'.t-Senator J. C. Kcoleslnc made a speech, In which bo referred to the mugwumps as traitors In their own party and disturbers In ours. Civil service reform was a heresy and "offensive partisanship" was Its twin brother, ami the Saratoga nomina tions were meant to empliKlze the re verso of these doctrines. Nr.w Youk, September 29. Mercantile failures In the United Slates for the quarterendlng SeplemberllO, a reported by It. G. Dunn .tCo's mercantile agenny, were 1,27:1, ngalnst 2117 In the corres ponding quarter of ISSI. The liabilities show a remarkable decline, amounting In $I.mn),ikio ngalnst .7'..ih,(iim In tho third quarter of Ml, For the nlno months last past failures showed an Increase In the number over last year, but n vi ry marked decline In liabilities, being In number H.ltsr compared with 7.8.VI fur the tlrst nlno months of Ml, an Increaseor.HI. The liabilities, however, were only $91,000.1X10 compared with SI8I.UI0,lsllii the llrst nlnu months of Ml. FuiitSmi i ii, September 29. Alexander Aaron was shot and killed on the stieets of Van lluren at H o'clock last night by Charles Taylor, .Mayor of that town. They bad had ndllllculty about a prosti tute, and had threatened each other's life. Aaron followed Taylor and at tacked him with n razor, when the lat ter drew his plslol and tired four shots, two of which told on Aaron's body. Aaron died nltnost Instantly, and Taylor gave bond. The case seems to be one of self-defense. Tavlor Is well connected, but dissipated. He was elected Mayor of Van lluren last April, when Just 21 years old, and Is said to bo the youngest Mayor In tho 'United States. Aaron belongs to the lower class, and was n regular rultlan. Van lluren Is consider ably excited and chagrined over the kill ing and disgrace of her Mayor. Sr. Loin, September 29. All llio preparations for the St. Louis fair and annual spectacles of tbe Veiled 1'rophets and trades pageant, which take place during fair week, commencing next Monday, are now completed and promise to excel those of any preceding year. The races provided by the Fair associa tion will be the best eer trotted here, and the fnlr Itself will excel In extent and variety of exhibits any of Its prede cessors. Vice 1'rcJildcnt Thomas A. Hendricks will bo present during llio fair, jtnd a large number ordlatlugulshed men In all parts or the country have been Invited, Including President Cleve land mid Cabinet The grand lllumlno tlon will be repeated this year, but on li larger scale than heretofore, and almost the entire business part or the city will be ablaze with gas and electrio lights In globes of all shapes and hues. Teias Patents. Tbe following patents were granted to citizens of Texas, bearing dato Sep tember 22. 1S8.. Ileported expressly lor this paper by Louis llogger A Co., .Mechanical experts and solicitors ot patents, Woshlngton, 1). C. Advice free. J. D. Gardner A J. N. Ilruiiibelon, Morgan, clothes washer. 0, M. Harcour.t. Gnlveston,cornsorter, C. 1). Hood, Kosse, combined seed planter. Lines, Daniel nnd C. T. Long, Mllnno, stock car. J. E. Loafman, Liberty Hill, combined corn planter, l.ott & Arthur, lllddlevllle, brace wire fastening for wire fences. .1. L. McCnlet. Ilenton.addlng machine. MV. F. ear, Ilull'alo Springs, corn and cotton planter. Wltherspoon and Frank, Paris, clock striking mechanism. Crowors vs. Buyers. Nearly all the wool buyers who have made this city their headquarters (or purchasing wool have now left the city and are visiting tho various ranches In quest of the commodity they are so anxious to get. In allowing the wool buyers to purchase wool from the ranch, the wool grower Is doing Incalculable harm to tbe Interests of Man Antonio as a wool centre, nnd Injuring their Indi vidual Interests by giving the buyers a chanco to obtain the wool nt a lower price than If it were placed upon the market and subject to competition, the keen spirit or which among the buyers would give them n better price than they would otherwise obtain. A Little Story. Do Jolnvllle, In his "Chronicles," re lates: "Ye good Kyng lilchard dyd them ask hys Jester to tell unto hyin a merry fantasy or tale. Thereupon ye varlet In surly mood, mlslyklng to bo disturbed of hys victual, did grudgingly begin: 'Once upon a tyme ft goat, feel ing ye Jiangs of hunger, dyd go out Into ye field for to find wherewithal to eat. Hys eye did then light upon a tomato can' Angered beyuncl his royal patience, ye great kyng did fetch ye Jester a mighty blow, which laid out ye varlet cold. 'Gadsooks,'sad hys majesty, 'dost yon varlet Ihlnk he Is telling stories to my royal great-grandfather? ye saints rest Ids soul!" Iloslon Tran script. A Great Attraction. "Can't you tell me, sir where 1 might find n situation?" asked n young man of a Chicago citizen. "I am n stranger here." "What at?" was the reply. "Oh, anything at all; 1 am not afraid to work," "Got any recommendations?". "Well, no; but Win Industrious, lam honest, I go to church regularly, 1 don't drink, I don't chew, 1 don't smoke, I don't lie." "Ah, 1 see. Just apply around the corner at the dime museum." Chicago Living Church. The Dollar, From the king on his throne, from the peasant who tolls, From tho lawyer who pleads in his oholer. From tho ollent who waits for his share In the spoils, Comes theory of the crowd for tbe Dollar, Around bit of gold; that Is all! yet I'm told That the world Is built by Its glisten ing! That the cllng-a-llng-llng of Itbls Idol so old llrought the devil to stand at his christening. THE ALAMO. Its Condition Under tho Custody of the City. It Is gratifying lo know that llio his toric and sacred Alamo, IhoTlicrmopol.Tj of America, Is at last rescued from vnn dal bands and desecration, and Is now tbe lining monument to mark the spot where heroic men freely offend their lives upon the altar of liberty. As Is well known It Is now tho property of I tie stale, although acquired In a ginger ly spirit, nnd Is turned over lo tho cus tody iiflherlty. The major formally accepted I ho sacred charge, and ap pointed as keeper Mr. Thomas C. Hire, an old citizen of San Antonio, nnd a Mexican war veteran, Mr, Hire, who has seen much or life In the West, and Is well posted In all his toric matters, not only relating to the history of the world-renowned ohargo of the Alamo, but as to the personal char acteristics or Its principal defenders. Is well llltrd for tbe place be now occupies by renson of bis all'ablo and obliging manners. Ho li ever ready to receive visitors, show them all Hie striking pulnts of Interest and give them sketches of the historic events connected with that memorable sclgo. Mr. Hlfo has done all possible to gallur everything obtafnable In regaid to tho "history of Alamo," nnd also such portraits of the leading actors as can be found. He has one or Davy Crocket, and says he will soon have one of Colonel James Howie, as he line heard of It In the ho.es slon of relatives of said hero. Mr. ltlfii says that visitors are on tho Increase, and while trying to keep a register of them many come and go while engaged In piloting n party about llio plaeo with out putting down their names, lie thinks that the visitors nvernge about 20 a day, mostly strangers. Purine I.i hut. t "Personal Liberty," Aimppvnl l.y nnll pmhlbllliin II hoiisehoM trfxls.l 0, wise, great men, who rule our Slate, Who fill Us legislative halls With echolngs of your sage debate, Pause now, before- 'lis quite too late. And hetd yourtrembllngcountry'soalls. liemcmber, whatsoe'er ytm do, That, In this Democrat lu land. Where soft sea airs come up to woo Tbe "Jlnison" weeds, by stream and slough. Freedom still keeps at tbe old aland. Do what you will to free-grass lords. To swindlers, thieves, and murderous thugs, Itut by our father's ancient swords And rusty guns piled up In cords, You must respect our liquor Jugs. Let not your bands molest these brown Cob-stopped emblems of the free, For If you do each laurel crown Will fade, each name disgraced to down To thirsty ages yet to be. Itespect the sacred pottery, then, , More ancient than our party's name; Tbe comforter of dying men, Where damps abound anil serpents den Must bo hedged In with swordsorilnmc. Then gird your loins with purpose strong And take a born or two, or three. And raise your voices loud and long. Convincing as dinner gong, For liquid personal liberty. TuiiiiiAM Di'iu.Kr. A Case of Hero Worship. Arlo Hates, of Itoslon has beon telling a story of a woman who went to Con cord, Mass., and asked for some of Ilnlph Waldo Kmcrson's old clothes to use In a "poet's rug." modo of patchwork, 1 can corroborate this story, because when I lived In Tho Wayside, Nathaniel Haw thnrno's old home In Concord, the same woman applied there on n idmllar errand, llelng told It was rutllc, she asked: "May I pick up something around the place to carry away as a memento." Permission was granted nnd she final ly caught n cricket In the grass of tbe lawn and put It Info a bottle. She said she also had a crloket from Kmerson's front yard. I suppose she was demented; but bow much more demented was she Ihanihe people who have been buying dust and gravel excavated from tbe site of Grant's tomb? O. P. Lathrop In the lEochester Union. An Allegory, A charming little Lie approached tho oldjshowman, "Mr. Itanium, can yon give me any thing to do this season?" "I don't know. You're rather an In teresting looking little fellow. Hit down and wait till the agent or the Associated Press comes tip for the particulars of Jumbo's death. Maybe between us wo can give you a Job." That night the Little Lie was set at work, and next morning all the papers told how Jumbo was killed while valiant ly trying to save the baby elephant Tom Thumb. Legal Caution. Counsel (for tho -prosecution) You will admit that your client was In lios ton at the time the affair occurred? Counsel (for the (lefendant)-No, sir. Counsel You will admit that your client was In Huston about tbe time the allalr occurred? Counsel No, sir Counsel You will at least admit that there Is such a place as Hoston? Counsel (emphatically) No, sir. If the prosecution wishes to establish In evidence that such n place as Hoston exists, It has got to prove It. We admit nothing. They Struck Him Unfavorably. "Did tbe audience strike you favora bly?" w.aa asked of a young orator who had come home from a political meeting In the next county. "Not very. It would have struck me more favorably If I hadn't had on my best suit." "How's that?" "Well, you see, I can't wash the egg Not Quite Certain, 'Hubby, who Is John h. Sullivan?" "He Is a Hoston pugilist, my dear." "And who Is the Puritan?" "Well, I thought so; but this paper u"l". "irucK n swell, nnd 1 didn't know but 1 had them mixed." llFASHION :T HEAT RE:. SIMMS 8c SAMUELS, MAIiTANTONIO, . W. II HIMMM IIIIWIN Jitvi C TIIK.O. IIANII TO-NIGHT, THE GREAT MELO-DRAMA, CHAIIST - OF - QTJIXl MoDflaj, Toesflaj and Weflnesilay, Seplemlier 28 29 ail 30, 1885. Hie Kwiijj" Kntcrtalmm'i RIVAL ARTISTS. Jake Hulllh rt-ie ifri-n l.ntxllnnl OVKUTt III! ll. EOSALIA 3rJZZ-&rSrTJL,T n " ,rl,"i,","" Lake DOOLBY". MISS BESSIE CARLTON. !n EVANS nnrl CO VNF! v.,h,.lr""w,'i,'l,j;J"""1,ieiniriiiei ll T U CIllLi KsJ X IV JK, latent bonis, "Ulrls or Dllerelit L'llle.-' "What coulilmtr lo Know." "Sninellilnirtliat IU'eii every Day." Tim Starin & Miss DebbieRiekiin, This wnk In one otlhelrOrlatnal ekeK hes. ei,iuu-.l ('Ivll Herrlce Eiamlnatlon.-tntrudnclni ovncrnii: JJJvJ SISTERS T,' "luhl7",,,r,o-r,ml0 Vocalists. in .ear, ROSA I; 1 A G JtA V ALIA, TIM STARIN, In his Great Specialty DEBBIE KIOT-jinsrf, oW.0'" NELLIE ALLEN, CoTrK.0c Wf.2.uccn ' Scrlor p Hie t'acltiatlnjrHonirstr The llvenliur-. Kiilertiilniiienl win eouolu.le with Iho ireat inclo drama. In thrco acts CHAIN OF GUILT. OAST OF :it rleout Doti-elliu I lei MVNOl'SIH mill NCKXKItV lie Hterru Xeviola, tho Outlaw Itenileo Aet I. Hoemi Alllce reeotf nl.ii eil( l other. Hcliu III. rlst r, Itulph totlie ri M-ue. Aet 2. He Itan.tall lriie.l iiiraln. Ilallijust In tin Tint Vllllan lllll .Mertellan Kimln on hand. Ilelsev u T.rai c iia 11 II,,,, H.n i if i,:.7i."; man. Allloi un.l Ihlseyalone. The r lleailllei Terrino struiritle for tree-loui. Aet :i.-S.io I. Ilanir boo anil frlii lliiie .. '.r,",,",'",.l,l",r"l".';"t',"'.r!'- ''-"' "rlen his in" toeo II Tho The iH-aullriil eai.liie. The ilaniiiiroi w re. Prim, i,m. ii,,i,,i. i, 7.; ,l " flic Vllllan Is In Han Is li-eaihory In un uurotoctoil female. Devlin III. Italpli to thu rescue Tlioiuiiu teriiituallm Alllce, llelsey, KrtU, lt.il.li an.) llan.lall,-al ha.'j?. ' "l0 OU Look out for a new Combination, on October 12th. CtO, H. KALTEYER, Alamo Cement,Co .MANUFA(,TfltKII3 OK IliilhlluirMoN, un.l L'hhiiuo)' I twiunee i heiolor (tiler also IlealerH lu liu lies. Our Cement I ul Warehouses, No A Full Hand Against a Flush. Oood-nlght! I have to sny good-night To such a host of peerless thlngsT Good-night unto that fragile hand All queenly with Its weight of rings, Good-nlglit to fond uplifted eyes, Uood-nlght to chestnut braids of hair, (Jowl-night unto the perfect mouth, And nit the sweetness nestled there! The snowy band detains me then I'll have to say good-night again. Hut there will comu a time, my love! When, If 1 read our stars aright, I shall not linger by this porch With my adieus. Till then, good night! You wish the time were now? And I. You do not blush to wish It so?. You would have blushed yourself to death To own so much a year ago. What! both these snowy hands? Ah, then, I'll have to say good-night again. Thomas llalley Aldrlch. Industrial Report from Georgia. Jim Davis reports a double lizard near his place of refuge. The lizard forks Just behind his hl-hlnd ll-llmbs. lloth prongs nre about the same length, and appear to be two lizards with one bod v. It has not been captured yet, but If he can be overtaken lie will be. placed on vAuiuuion,-i .lacKson lua.j lows. Oeauty Among Working Cirls. The correspondent or a western paper Claims tuat in a thousand New York working girls there are to be observed as manv beautiful faces of the Lady Clara Vere de Vere tvnu aa In th .... number of young ladles attending the memuiniuiu ".um UVOIIIIB CUUrClieS. He Could Take a Hint. "My son. here Is a storv nf a hoi- Nevada who was digging In the garden and struct.- v..rv v.ll,l .,--.- i-i You see what that boy got for digging Ids exHinnln." "I will, pa. I'll go right out now and uik euuiu usili" Statistics fro.n the Blue Qras Region Tl,r In l.o m.llll.. .. unlucky days tor marriage. Now the girl-baby crop Is so large that any day uuuuiii uuo oiu goon council ior matr monlnl purposes. Louisville Courlei Journal. Proprietors. .HCSIIfRM MANAOKR with Minir Ilooi.KY'ii nldo pllUnjj sketch tho LAitur oot.ar Job Cotjib t: Jovci .UItCIII'.8TltA . UltCIIKSTUA Bessie OL-Riioisr, FASHION UltCIIESTItA OIIARA.OTBRS : Ohn, 313. Bmiuott- IMwhi Joyco Krauk Krans . Annlu Howard iH'l.ulu ItlcsllMjf Scene II. Italpk and ner llemlezoiis of llio outlaw holla lllur aloon.ciectlnK tho Victim him. Malm back. Itanilntl' aiiln Alllco i arrival or Mitlellan an,l lir,.. 1 1. ii..-..' n"'!,"Wok.'.ttn'1 nror..y,mll-uulk! IJ.no and hi lui.l lloiiieslloCemonls. White l.luie, llalr. Plaster d lu tho Construction ot tho .Now utato Capitol. I an.li'jll Acciula Street. Works and Quarry near CHEAP COLUMN. 1WM BERNDT, maker ot all klmls of au- .aires, Vienna. Ilolome. etc. Onler. impllynilcil. auu bouih Centre St. Du-Om IRS. A. R, GREGORY'S SCHOOL will open 1L on W oJneiular, Fitcmbor :u. Private In Knillsb No. &, .Nil u-n-lm O1TUATI0NS CV(.ry ln b..vn..wi. iii vmrjr uuo always on nana. Apply at Bplcllmgcn li Co., (U East llous- alwars on hand. AtAlt AND FEMALE help wanted. I'mnloy. UL ment furnished free 5H Kan Houston "lu r n-UKlm r a. M. 8AMUKL, II. NoTAlir I'UDl.lCi (-!Wm GUI A, REIHANII, Contractor and TlulMer. itts Camariro street. r roraalo help, send yom v-w-ln MWtNTY-lWO L0t fOH SAIE-One 1 l.loek" L from Aransas lUUroad deiKit. Kaay bomb Ftorel, -.J-..'". . P. 'AN ANTONIO POULTRY YARDS No. UTJ North of. 7rt . it ii , i i i . nno Iot youni fowls, tiirmirni fowls of ahovo tirowis always bulldlni (corner i lota, .120 110 x ITU feet. In a hea.lt h city. I'rloo VMt. Address 'nVlLj" Ihy portion CITY ORDINANCES A fow copies of the lt7 Uahl'Sl f iTi'i". !"r ea" nJ t"e 50 cents. it "1'ur ouvor. M'HE REPUBLIC or MEXICO-rorrollablo Infor L. maltonatiout Moxloo purchase tho book ot Loremo Castro, at the rvducod prtoe of Pfr copy, with map. Send your order to this WWf-D-Kvcrjiair to know that nloo Job rrlmiiiK is done at the Light omce at reasonable prices. " ,l FOII SALE-A cottairo. rooms; olty water! a!) modern Ininrorcuiontst 1 tnlnutoa walk irom iiostotaco. Not much caahronulrcd, bat fJiiVi'lii 'iE?: Alo,r,!'a10,u:ra address iook- uo 6HU or llor A. Light offloo. IKS-tf MOUND NOIICE-Taken up. and In city Pound X on Montorer street, near Alaian orcck, on or about the 21th day or Septombor, lSBSi One itl null, hraudod a Moaioau brand aid oar marktKj under-blt In tho loft and SEE?."!1 Pl"",,tnorl'""l ""O Uto'ted bull, branded a Mexican brand andekr marked under-bit In tae left and cron andJpUt In th5 rights one brown siKittod lioffer, branded Vo and oar inarkod under halfrop oil tho loft and crop oil tho right: ono black cow, uraudod .Land earmarked crop off loft and undor slopo on rlghtl one red tow, branded AS. and f?r "V"1 orVp ot left and undoriloiie ott the right! ono biaok holfor, branded V(l and earmarked uudor balf-ornp on tho left and cropotrthorlghtwhlohwllirir norrodeomod before sale bo )ld at pubTto auotlon to tho hlglicst tilddor, for Dash at said pound, attho houroitl o'clock a. lu., on tho Srd day of Oct. ober. N. ll.-llld;ieU thirithoyamcaiat tliod by ordinance wilt not'bo received for any animal put up at auotlon. v-ft-H fun, Hiuuiuitf, Marshal.