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BEST HPEVEHTAT1VE OF CHOLERA I A Dose or Harry Baum's Whiskey Taken ThrcoTimco a Day- Volume V. -Number 233. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. .OCTOBER I. 1885. Only $5 a Year. POSITIVE CURE for All Kinds Of POISONING A I MHo Of Harry Baum's Whiskey. FALL And .lust Hcceltcd; The largest mill B GIST'S gCLOTHISG i i b:3" WORHi :w Wp desire also mil oi;lnl ntlcntlnn, Hint wo curry tho most elegnnt Hock of BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES. In our I. miles drm goods department ever)' variety of tlio latest styles nnd pnlcrna can lie sect. An lnsMctlnn Is asked liy our lady customers. JOSKE BROTHERS. SMITH & CO., Fire, Marine $& Tornado Insurance wi: u:iiiii:NT?Tiirn)Lrjt) inu kiujaulk comi-anim Nnrllmrn ,pminc Coin puny, of lung Mm! Apet, U,3Kfl(l00 UmnnirrrUl t'nlon Adiirnc J input, jr. ol Kmc. mil m,'4HO,40:j ImpnrUl 11 re liiur.iri Cit.imjr, of Knj(l. id M, 747, OOO I,iicnn1ilr4IiinurntioeCmptnjr, ol V.HgUmi " 0UIH,2H'J riwrnli AaiirHiicl'otiiimnr, or llugUm! . I,lt,ftnH liifliiraiire Vomimnjr of North Amrlm, of I hlltvlelptilit " 0,071,(10(1 I'hmttti InniiruiicoUninpnny, of Hurt f t-r.1, f mm 4,433,010 I'liiiMilx liMUnttice Comitnnj, r llrotiklyr, S Y 3740,030 Atnerlniti Ontrnt Iiiauriiirrt Cuinpitiir, if M. 1 ,011 In, Mo , 180,991 OFFICE: Over Rlsck's Cii Store, 275 Comme: :e Street. Telephone Ho. 185. MARTIN '& m&m-m qualities! Riillrt Inrr Mntnrlnl of nil kliiiln. rhnw or tlzvt. A Urao lUgnrtrtH OFFICE SOUTH OF SUNsEr DEPOT, FOR JOB PRINTING, Oall at the Light Off .so, No 2 10 E. Com merce Street. Low Prices SOUTHERN HOTEL, Main and Hllltiry Maris, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, (Ymu'iilent to hmln J. H. MAROUART, CMCITYj(jf I bne on hand live liuiiilriil of the following styles or Hue hnnil and Inline umde goods: l'rlm e Alliert Olf, the Oxford Tie. line Cnlf low iiiter Strap Tic, Threo Million Oxford Kid, and Newport tie Kid. all ofthein low rpinter goods wlileli will lie sold at tlie reduced rule or lira dollars ier pair. Will bell ou it Hoot or Shoe Home n.id Hand Made. My mock la superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollar- north or ready hand made goods to ho closed out at prices loner than licrcto.orc known. This oiler Is for the next 30 days. Cull early and be, convinced. Flno Custom Work a Speolalty. Ho. 17 Solodadst.'op. Oouttbouso. WHITE LIME AND , i ement I Wholesale Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galvoston and San A.ntoiiio Also c.tnies the Largest Stock or all klndt ir Musical Instruments and Musical Supplies Jf any liouso In the Houth. COMI'liri 1'ION IN QUALITt', STYLIJ ANII THICK DuMlill. ChII or send for Catalogue of Prices. F. S1MMAN0. A. 1IAMPKL. Oysters, Fish and Game. Riverside Cafe Restaurants Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. iQrl.tinoh and Meals at all hours. Everything Berved In Flrst-ClaM Stylo, f ellto waiters In attendance. 7-atMJm WINTER llnest selected stock of Hoys and a M Tlio Finost n n i r 8CHRYVER, OF ALL SORTS. KINDS nt orOrnatnotitnl tin never t mir inpi'tltorR In prlco SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. (1 MANUFACTORY f.w. imllister &bro. 211 10) AND 20J S. ALAMO ST., COR. VIIUTA, , DAN ANTONIO, TKXA8. We are Wholesale anil Itetall Dealers In Austin White Mine, llcst brands or Dark Itnsendale and Impoitcd I'.imllali Portland Cements, Fluster of l'Kri.. and Long- Gout Hair, and would ask ou to call, or tvrllo us, for prices before purchusitiK clue when . I'll nso inenllnn this pniier, ORGANS and Retail. TELEORAPHIO NEWS. Tho War Oloud in tlio East Foreign News. A Chicago Building Collapses, With Great LoisMr. Hendricks Address log the Grangers, Etc., Etc, .Momiikau September 'M. I'liero were one hundred and elKhty-four deaths from small-pox In this city durliiK the four days ending on Tuesday night, be sides .11 In adjoining municipalities. Alpbonso Movals and Win. lleebe.who were arrested during the riot on .Mon day, were to-day sentenced to four months Imprisonment, Four young men who were arrested on St. Catherine street last night, were discharged to day. Over 100 placards were torn down In the eastern dlstrlut jesterday, but tbesanllnry police, replaced them to day This afternoon threo members of the Firth lioyal Scots were hndly beaten by aeroMil or rotghs. A llriu or lumber merchants gave their employes thelrop tlon of being vaccinated or leaving their work. Forty ofthein this morning went on a strike. They got full or bad whis key nnd returned at noon and threat ened to have their revenge to-night. (Jeneral Mlddletonls in the city nnd will remain as long as his presence Is needed. Sub'Chlef I.nncy and a detachment or pollco were attacked near lloneseeure market by a mob with stones, but on thu police charging them they lied. The vlty will continue under military pro tection during the night. F.verj thing remains quiet up to this hour, 11:1)0. The '-V0 policemen guarding the city have just gone home. London, September 30. A dispatch from Constantinople, received this morning, says considerable consterna tion prevails In official circles ovci an Important-discovery Just made by A lib Sahib I'asha, the new minister of war. Immediately on being Installed In his new position Alio Sahib I'asha ordered all the various Department Command ers to report the strength of their res pective commands and their present condition, and detailed several ollh ers to Inspect the various posts. Their re ports have been received and show that under Ohazla Assman I'asha, the late Minister of war, who was dismissed on September 23th, tho army was almost entirely neglected, and large sums of money voted for military purposes wero used in other ways than those for which they wero meant. Inquiry has revealed mat the Adrlanople army, which was supposed to be 16,000 strong, contains not half that number. The soldiers have no uniforms nnd are 'shoeless. The cav alry la unable to march owing to lack of horses and neceesary accoutrements. Four hundred cavalrymen and 20U0 men who have been fully equipped, are under orders to march at an hour's no tice. Hallux, September 30. Central union German manufacturers, representing the leaders of the protection party, have petitioned 1'rlnce Bismarck, asking him to Inquire Into the subject of bl-metat-Ism. The petition Is the outcome of the visitor Mr. Manton Marble, American delegate, who was sent abroad to Inqulru Into the sllverquestlon. Mr.Marblcleft here In consequence or orders from President Cleveland to make a report by the time congress opens. Mr. Marble s task Is to obtain the opinions of the most prominent dlplomatlo and financial offi cials on the repeal or continuance of the Bland bill. He has obtained from Ger man bankers approval of tho Idea of u monetary conference. It Is thought, however, the success of such conference would depend largely upon England Joining it, and that she would do sn Is considered doubtful. Co.NsrAsri.soi'i.K, September 30. Inul oatlons to-day point to an active war preparation by the porte. Eighty bat talions of llrst-clasa reserves are being nioblllred In districts bordering on the Illack Sea at points which will facilitate the transportation of troops for duty In Koumella, In the event of the Sultan being compelled to adopt extreme mens ures to settle the lCoumellan difficulty. The transportation department Is ac tively engaged In furnishing the menus tor the concentration of troops at the most available points for an advance on Uoumella. Three battalions ot Infantry and a company of artillery stationed on the Islands of Crete have been ordered to Adrlanople. Heuse, September 30. Heavy floods are reported throughout the eastern portion of Switzerland. The Towba bridge, which Is near Thuels, a town in the canton of Orisons, has been de stroyed, and the Tardls bridge Is badly damaged. The whole of the Upper Kblne valley has been Inundated. Horses, cattle and other live stock have been swept away and harvests destro) ed by the floods. The Splugen pats, a route across the lthaetlan Alps, between the Orisons and I.ombardy, Is blocked by heavy snow storms. London, September 30, Tho porte has ordered the railways to prepare to transport troops from Salonlca to Ad rlanople. It Is estimated that 00,00(1 Turks are now facing MX) Bulgarians on tho frontier. The opinion at European capitals Is that tho conference at Con stantinople will prove a failure. If Itou mella Is satlslled. Greece, Servla and other countries will require compensa tion, thus reopening the trouble. Maprid, September 30. lteturns from the cholera Infected districts report DM new cases and 207 deaths yesterday, Nkw Yomr, September 30. A Wash ington special to the l'ost says : l'rofes sor Alex Agaaslz has found It necessary to decline the office ofhuperlntendent of the Coast Survey, because of duties al ready resting upon him. This decision Is greatly regretted by the President. Wasiiinoton, September 30. There having been some doubts whether the positions of weighers and gaugcrs In the customs service can be filled without an examination under the civil service rules, the Commissioner has submitted that question to the President, calling his at tention to tho fact that examinations un der former rules had been uniformly re quired. After considering the nuestlon as a matter of principle and in reference to me interest oi tue piiDiio service, tho President has decided that such exami nations are required. Waiiimiiiy, Septeniber.10. It Is esti mated that there lias been a decrease of about $I2.000,J In the publlo debt dur ing the month of September. The pay ments on account or pensions during the month were about $1,000,000. Atlamtu Ctrv, September 30. Vice President Hendricks addressed tho New Jersey State Farmers' alsnclatlon here to-day. Ills remarks were hearlllv applauded, and upon the conclusion of hl address he received an ovation from the fanners and citizens. Nt:w Vdiik, September 3D. A meet Ingor general passenger agents to-day adopted the report of the President upon the reorganization of pools nnd tho resumption of rates. A msjorltr of lb holders of general uiorlgagR bonds of the Wabash, St. Louis and I'aclllo rail way company have signed the bondhold ers agreement. The prlvllego to sign remains open to nil others holding dur ing October.; N'kw Voiik, September 30. Tho attor ney for J. T. Holland, tho Tctan who Is In Jail Here for the shooting of Tom uvls, the conllilente man, makes pub lic a communication from ex-Senator W..M. .Johnson, from Norman II. Kit- tell, District Attorney of tho 12th dis trict, and from :u prominent citizens of Leon ( out) I v. Indorsing Holland ns an honest, law-abiding nnd highly esteemed young man. They think It Impossible mat ne uriiueraieiy inuniereu iiavis. Ciucwio, September 30. A four-story brick building In the rear of 103 and 197 South Clark street collapsed nt 2:30 o'clock this morning. The basement of the wrecked structure was used ns tho working part of a bakery, and severnl employes engaged them had a narrow escape. I ho loss Is estimated at $.V),C00, as the contents or tho building wero valuable, there being 10,000 worth of desslcaled egg alone In one part. Tho second floor was stored with Hour, On the third Hour was a large machine1 shop wiin a vniuaoio plant, and t lie fourth floor was devoted to tho manufacture of nrlnllnir rollers. The sunnorls tlironuli- out the entire building were wooden. ami u was ascertained Ihst the collapse was caused by dry rot In the timbers at the point where the Birders rested on the Joists. The building had given no evi dences ot us weakness until Its collapse. FROM MEXICO. The Situation Critical -Troops Ready For Emergency. Mr. .1. II. Erkcner, or this city, has just returned friyii a couple of weeks' trip Into Mexico. While away he vis ited Monterey and Saltlllo. He says that the situation is critical in Mon terey, To-day, October 1st, It Is ex pected that an ellort is to be made to In augurate the government candidate for governor. Much uneasiness is mani fested, and a revolution, or at least n popular oiitbrtik is apnreliendnl. He saw a train with nn engine nil tired up lying at Saltlllo with troops In readiness to be p it Into the Capitol of llio State or Nuevu Leon. These are'but precaution ary measures, that revolution und.tvnr Is certain does not naturally follow. In fact, by many, these precautions are considered it pretty sure Indication that order will he maintained. Mr. Eckener also visited the smelting workB of A. W. Gilford Co., at La lloca Negra, nnd saw the trial run made. Everything went successfully, and the shining inetnl poured out like water. The branch house of Efron & Co., cf this city, Is reported as doing nn im mense business. Mr. E. brings a large quantity and variety ofcaetlfrom about Santa Catarlnn and thelluena Vista bat tle Held, and exnresses himself hltrhlv pleased with his trip Into the Land of liie jiontezuiuas. WOLFSON. Low Prices and First Quality Goods Make a Grand Score. It Is worthy of tho greatest admiration for n close observer to see all the youth and beauty or the fair sex In their favor ite haunts of pleasure, w here those things are exhibited that tend to set oil' the female form dh Ine In their most beautiful styles and shapes and see them lilt from counter to counter like bees from flower to flower, examining all the new styles of fashion now exhibited In the grand establishment of L. Wolfson. A scene as here mentioned presented Itself yester day while a LioiiT representative wra passing that gentleman's bazar on Main plaza. Acclamations expressive of ap probation of quality and unique beauty of all new patterns of goods exhibited, could be heard everywhere from lady visitors, and nil the ladles and gentlemen were lull of energy and spirit showing goods. The rush with which the grand opening nt Woiraon's.started, Is continu ing from day today, muchto the delight oflts proprietor. It Can Be Reformed, Eleanor Kirk comes out In an eloquent article defending babies and young chil dren from promiscuous kissing by all sorts of people. She Is right. This thing of everybody kissing all thu babies Is all wrong and we know who started It, General Sherman. He likes Ida babies about old enough tn vote, It Is true, but nevertheless, he la responsible for this whole business, and we hoiio Still, now, you take n girl baby about between four nnd Hvo feet old; Just getting into long dresses, you know; zledand shirred. 'and her face washed real clean, nnd you be In the parlor with her, sitting on u sofa about big enough for one and a half, and her father standing In the door kind of cas ually looking In on you aw, you wouldn't kiss her for a dollar. It's easy enough to check this promiscuous kiss ing of girl babies. If vou onlv no at It In the right way. llurdetto In llrooklyn Overtaied With Eierclte. First Dude I cawnt go with you to opera to-nigiu, uuawiey. I'm deuced Second Dude llcen working, Alge . ron? "Nnw. Taking exercise. We need It, don't yer know, 1 weally can't etlr out lU-niKiii, wie uoy, "M hat yer been doln'I" "Illonlng soap bubbles. I'm dread ful tired, 'pon honor. 1 nm. Couldn't possibly overtax myself again to-night, Cbawley." Philadelphia Call. STANNIFORTH TRAGEDY, The Trial of Ignacla Cortez This Morning -More Jurors Wanted. This morning at an early hour tho courthouse was surrounded by a consid erable number or citizens who wero walling to hear the trial ol Ignacla Cor tez,she being charged with the murder of Sid Stannlforth, tlio young lawyer, whose traglo death took place In the residence or tho prisoner on the night of tho 3rd, July last. The courthouso by U o'clock was titled with persons all anx ious lo gain a view of tlio alleged mur deress. At a few minutes after 0 o'clock tho prisoner was escorted by the deputy sherllis Into the court room and accom modated with a chair. Ignacla Cortez Is a woman of about CO years of age, and Inclined to bo corpulent. Her features are df well-dellned .Mexican type, and are nut particularly prepossessing. She was attired In deep black and exhibited perfect coolness as she fanned herself and gazed around tho court with tin quailing glance or addressed some remarks to her lawyers, Messrs. Anderson. There was a strong array of the leading leisal talent of the cltv ores. cut who njqcar to manifest considerable interest 111 tnu issue oi ine trial, Dis trict Attorney George Paschal was also on hand In readiness to conduct the trial fur the State. At 10 o'clock Judgo N'oo nan took his sent on tho bench and tho rt opened am d tho huiii of the nu merous uudltoM. The first move on the part of tho counsel for the defense was to Hie an exception to the casu being heard to-day, they not having had suffi ciently reasonable time to prepare for trial, and another exception taken was that It was Irregular to take a criminal case In the middle of the hearing of thu civil docket. Thcso objections were finally overruled by the Judge, and the prisoner at the bar then plead not guilty to the charge, Sho was then arraigned before the court, and tho Indictment read to her by District Clerk George Dashlell, which was listened to by the prisoner with an uneuualtcd stolldltv. '1 ho next step was thu einpannrlliig or the Jury, which proved to be a tedious process. Sixty citizens summoned as Jurors were called and only four of them were con- suiered lit to try ine vase, mey wero: Morris Lands. Hermann Faust. Kmll Oppermann nnd J. P. O'Leary. At this point ine panel oi jurors lulled anil me court adjourned until I o'clock, when fresh Jurors will have been summoned. Eiprcss Changes. The following official circular has been received by the manager of the Texas Express and Wells, Fargo and Co. 'a Express offices In this Icily, and conllrms the news published In the Lkiiit of Tuesday last: Tkx a Exi'iif-is Company, 1 Iloi'xiON, Tkxas. September 2Mb, ItvSS. J Sen To agents and employees of the Texas Express Company: Ily agreement between tho respective Presidents or tho Texas Express Com pany and Wells, Fargo ,t Co. 's Express, the former will withdraw from, and the latter will extend Its service over the Houston nml Texas Central L'allroadand Brunches and the Texas Central Hall way, on October 1st, proximo. Sherman, Dallas, Corslcana, Waco, Cisco, Nevasota, Hearne, Austin and llrenham, will, for tho present, be con ducted as Joint offices. All agents and oilier employees of the Texas, Express Company on above lines w 111 continue In the same capacity in the service of Wells, Fargo A Co.'a Express, until otherwise Instructed. Agents will keep separate all business nnd accounts up to and including the 30lh Instant, reporting same as hereto fore to tho Texas Express Company. ltespcctfully, C. F. Cami'iiku., Superintendent. Wkmji, Faiioo ami Co.'sj E i.'it Exi-iitvw, on, Tkxai, r 2Sth. ISM. J Hoi'ston Sentember As stated above. Wells. Fariru and Express extends Its service over the main and branch lines of the Houston and Texas Central, the Texas Central and the Central Texas nnd North-West-ern railroads, this date. Agents for the Texas Express Com pany are uercuy requested to act lor Wells; Fargo and Co.'a Express. Stationery has been sent to all offices, and Itotite Agents will visit them to give necessary Instructions. For further information, nddrras Mr. M. II. Davis, Acting Superintendent ens, rargo anu uo.'s r.xpress, nous ton, 'I exasj. W. J. Hancock, General Superintendent, Eastern depot The Cattle Kings Resigned. The cattle kings are not altogether satisfied with the action of the President In compelling them to move their cattle, but we presume they are resigned "Was your wife resigned togo?" asked Gllhooly of an old Germnn whose wife had died a snort lime previous. "Vas she resigned'' he exclaimed. "Mine Got. she had to be reslirned." Possibly the cattle kings are resigned for a similar reason. They havo to be resigned. L i exas Minings. Boarding-House Vicissitudes. "Quick. Mrs. Drybread Mr. Tlmklns ma'iu has killed himself In the back narlor "Gracious goodness ! Do you mean to say no lias hungnimieif r 1 lie poor dead man i it nai can nave oecn tne reason r "Oh, no, ma'am, he hain't hung him self worse he's out his throat " "Cut his throat I and a new carpet only put down last Monday! Drat the man I iv ny couldn't lie nave gone mi bath-room ?" f Philadelphia Call. Somebody Had Told Him, "Ah I Mr. Deldtrlch, got a baby at your uouser ' "Yes. Mr. Murphy," "Girl?" "No, slr-ce, not this time." "It'a a boy, thenf" "Oh, omebody'a been telling you Illoomlngtoii Eye. How He Could Tell. Husband (at bis wife's bedside) "So you iniiiK sue is uying, uooior r " Yes." "How shall we know when she li dead f" "Her Jaw will drop." "Ah, yea. I think 1 should have recog' nlzed that as death." The most popular cigarettes ore the Orcra Pulls at popular price. tf iFASHION THEATRE:- SIMMS & SAMUELS, W II. SIMMS kiiuin jinn: mm. iiami A PI T. PROGRAMME, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, aid THE GHOST. .Mr lln. n ivlilirl'lll: ROSALIA GRAYALLIA, ,H"h1"""" MISS BESSIE CARLTON, ".-"',nlt.. EVANS AND COYNE, ' :.''- TIM STARIN and ALLEN SISTERS Tl1" ""hn'.,i,.'t,"vniloVo!-i,",u' "' ' """ 0 S A L TIM STARIN, tht KiU'hiittliitf h4ntritri OVi:itT('lt:. flii'Ie CHAIN OF GUILT. oast op or tin' .Mines, a nd Scout ll llleliurd lliiudilll Allen ll.lii lull eslnir lie SYNOPSIS Act I. Sm. t. In tin- Klerra Net ii.lus. prlsoiii r. Ralph Initio rescue. Ail 3.-(Hi ne lliilidall trapped uiritln. Ilalplijust tn lltnn to 'I her,. Is lour hearts iilLtiin'. Scene II. The Vllllmi, lllll Mcl'lellaii, uirtlllt on hand, lletsey us brute as a lion, Seenu III. littctmror Itandnll's tiihlli Allen and llelwy nloiie Uio arrhal or .MeClellun anil llrtice. Tho Slct' llilf II lies. TerrltlcMriiirirli' for tnitlom. Ael :l. Scene I. I Ian Uu and Frits llauelo lie plot in nn me com ii. it Irf'iiutlrul cill.llvi.. The The Yllluln's treiielierr lo an unprnlei'liil remule, Secnn III Italph lo tl rescue. Tlieout laws cltcrmliiiilcd. Alice, llelne). Frlls, llulpli and lliindull, all happy. (lur Corj .lic of Fourteen llouiillful Younir Ladles, headed liy Mlle.ZAIJA. LUCY WOLF, HOSE GORE. ANNIE HOWARD, Miss McVAY. HAILEY SISTEHS. LENA FAY. MAY MOOHE. LILL1E WOODS. ANNIE HEATH. EMMA JONES. KATIE LONG. MOLLIE HUGHES. MONDAY EVENING, OCTODEnnflrst iiri.liictlnii nt Ihla Theatre of the Hrvat "NAN, T H Wn'S W SBOY," Ily kind iTiiil-sli.il or Mr. .V. H, WIXIH5. Miss Asnii: IPiwaiiii a. XtrrriK MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, monster auruttion, A double company. HILEY & FAY'S RAGGED JACK DRAMATIC AND SPECIALTY COMPANY TKN IN NFMIIKlt, now ii rfoniilliK Willi (lie (ireulest Success ut Faninttn's Iron Atnnbathi ire, New Orleans, hi addition to I lie Fashion's new Variety Company uml tho Ureal .Musical Teani, CLARK HILLGER & AWE BALLINGER CC0. H, KALTEyER, Alamo Cement Co, MA.NlT.UTUtKltS OF Alutnii, Piirtlund t lliilldluif t-loue, also ami t'lihiiuey Flues. !ronioe lllld Wi ELITE RESTAURANT. NO, 7 SHtOlD aTRtEr AND MAIN PLAZt. Oystors, Gamo, Fish and all tho Dolicacios of the Season Sorved Day and Night. SVllcst French Cooks In ctiaryo. Parlors for ladles up slalrs, JOHN LOUSTENEAU & CO., PROPS. Notice to Contractors. MA YOU'D OFFICE, 1 San A monio, October 1, 1SS3. Pitorout.s for the construction of Gravel Itoadways, with Telford founda tion and with Hroken Stone foundation, will be received at the Mayor's Olllco un til 12 o'clock, noon, October 2(tu, 1833, Good anil sufficient bond will be re quired, nnd a forfeit of $200 must be llleil with the City Clerk with ench bid. The right Is hereby reaerved to reject any or all bids. -Full Information, wllh copy of specifications, can be obtained by applying at the City Englneer'aolllce. RYAN CALLAGIIAN, Mayor Eslray Nodes. Taken up, one brown mare mule, branded II C on rlcht shoulder, and one sorrel mare mule, no brand. The owner can recover same brcalllngat the Ilradv ranch, ft miles southeast of Sun Antonio, anu paving charges. o-SO-3t TuoMia Bract, Proprietors. .tlrsiirss Manaoiii AMl'SKVEYf IIUirCTOH l.KUien or OuriirSTRA .I.CAIIF.H Of IlKASS IIAMI Sunday, October 1, 2, 3, and 4. OIICIIKSTltA LARRY DOOLEY. DEBBIE RICKLIN list "Civil Service llsainlliBtluil," lutruductnir . OltCMKHTUA I A Q it A V A LL LA. l..in.rea,BIW,.l,r . The Honr Illnl. In ft cholco Hclcctluiifl of onir MISS MAY ALLEN. Bessie O.TLTOisr, LFAHIIION OHCIIITHA with thu (front nirloilratnit. In ihrco act oiiAitAOTEns : j OIlUM. ig.Tlininntt. Kdwin Jorco Larry lUmWy J.MCojmi II..I. .Ms.lus ....TlmFturln Frank Kvans ami hCKNI'.ItY Hie Outlaw llendeiit ill. Ilalph i I. The (laintilliur Saloon. Kipectlnir tlio Victim, save lilni. Maiid buck, or nm aro a dew! man. Ituiidall's putilti Alle,, i.tiM'.-ilm. I.i. r.iit...p lull .Meridian orders III. men. Scene II. The duinHircd wire. Frlti Htm IIhIi.Ii I,m, In l. m,,.. ii I'emenlii, I'einenl H ulks and Clrey Lime, lljdraullo Limn and l lliiHirled lllld lanueatlu Cemenu. Wlitu- l.lino, ilr pUulcr nut u used hi the Coiialiuellou or tho New Statu Capitol, i, Nns .117 aro! an Acepiia Mrcct. Works and Quarry near CHEAP COLUMN. 1 LADY WISHES furnished y mi I'lniomco. AUiire Imr price and locatluu, J M. BERNDT, maker of all kinds of sau- I'rojiipyMUcd, as) south lent'rosu Ksa MRS' t ? CREGORVS SCHOOL will open on .Wednesday. Sentember ail. I'riviiin brandies irlren In tho any or the Kmrll.ti No. 61(1, Nucovdochcs Stree S'!UA!i'52. J", crj' be always on hand. mnrwft ' eI ' U ,:"t ,,ous- UANIID-Ijdle. and iroiilleinen In city or their own homes; no canvasslnm worklu" purtlcuia address, wnli tump, Crysta'llliod l'holo Co., Kl W. Jtli St., Cincinnati; 0. AlE AND rEMAlE help wanted, nuiplov went rurnuhed free" 2U7 Last Houston O. M. SAMUEL. W'ltAlir l'OBt.10. H-51-31U US A. RflM.MM Contractor and Ilulldcr. is uamurso street. I 'oer.S.V'f,10 or tc.""" hcl"'i 'on-l youi umilSt. 1 Co-''3i:at llous &F.1JK.LLaclIa',,,el,0'' aTC' S?lor!!IS?10f0UlT,,,Y D-No. 1175 North kJ loresSt. Forsalonowaaaelotorrounu- rowi.OUKh0:!!'J'!,rl' ,,,"?h!" " ' '"usWwS I. J' J hDl1 ,ows or above breeds always on hand at otllce, No. SJ. Bolodad Street" " A. K. HUKl.tr. T)0UND NOTICE Taken up. and In City Pound L on Monterey .frett, near Alaian erAk alrkeiBnrde.hrt?allb0Tt SSI crop and split In thoVlghtl one 'X buU hraudei a Moilcan brand Sd,VisVki3 uuder-bltluthelert and crop and split fn iho rlirhti one brown .potted he fer. brindid VU and car marked under hair-cron off thn l.rt and cro,. off the rtrttt one ll3FS?bXVM .Land earmarked crop off lort and undr slopootr rljrhti onorfHw.brindod l?ind car marked crop off left anil un,lVllimn AS the rlKht, one b;ack h'etrcr. brSndsTvTand earmarked under hulf-crop offtheloCt ami bSKro . iin' 1 1", .nM1",1'" wl!'r " n redeemed fff ;J leV0,oldat publlo auction to the h S li'rii1 Jfr'!orc'uh"t,1'' Pual, attho H.lf , ' ..' "Hlds less than the amount Jiod by ordinance wilt not be reoolvod for any animal put up at auction. rv"",,Ka ,ur -!C.5t i'uil 8nAiinii.MarahaJ.