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BEST RPEVERTATIYE OF CHOLERA I Harry Baum's Whiskey Taken Three Times a Day Volume V. -Number 234. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1885. Only $5 a Year. POSITIVE CURE Kor All Kinds Of POISONING a iintti or Harry Baum'a Whiskey. FALL And Just Received! The largest and czr GEHTSHCLOTHIHG i i i3?r 1ISHI1 G001 i 1 bt i r m Tito Finest We desire nlo cnll fprclnl nttcntlon, tlm: we carry tlio most elegant stock of BOYS AND GIRLS 3CH00L SHOES. In our I.ntltrs tlrr a irnodj ilci.irlmi'iit every variety of Hie latest sty leu and pntcrns can lie foci. An Inspection I, naked hy our lady customers. JOSKE BROTHERS. SMITH & GO., ll'C-'ENOIl' Ti) T.ltl.ifMlTlt Fire, Rlarine $ Tornado insurance wi: itniitR9RNTBTiii:an)LUv,iNa iir.r.iAin.n comtaniksj ,iuninre Com pun 7, of Kngliiiiil A-mrU, 914, 1 Unlim A Mil ran re U'jinpnny, of liiiitt jnil 10, rirt Imumnre Com puny, f KngUiHl H rlliiiirKiioC'umpiiiiyt nf KnitUiiil ' 0 iMimnre CoinpiHiy of l'"K)4nil ' ft, Imperial IIICtft1ll limumnce Compnny uf North America, of riiiUtt-l1iI 1( 1'lKonlz IimiirAuoa Company, of Ititrtf'iril, Vt 111 ' 4, 1'hnnU Inanritiice Oni.nj. of llrnoklyn. N V 3, Amerlcttn Crntrut Inourncf Cnnipmijr, iif M. 1 milt, Mo 1, OFFICE: Over Risclie's Clr Store, 275 Commcrc: MARTIN & nulldlng Matorltil nrull Vliu!i.!mpe'nrilMvi. (IfMHtu iitwHtu In Hock Wo ktopi)ti)Mluiillv mi hittiil In rj piifMii j, Hnlsch's Uarb nnd Fenco Wire, woi OFFICE: SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT, FOR JOB PRINTING, Call at hc Light Office, No. 2 1 0 E. Com merce Street. Low Prices SOUTHERN HOTEL, Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Convenient to business center, with bout Hceoniinodfltlnnn, 0-41) J. H. HARQUART, - riiorniKTon I hnve on hand live hundred of tlio following styles of line hand and home mule good: 1'rlnce Allien Cnlf, the Oxford Tie, line fair low quator Strap Tie, Three Rutton Oxford Kid, and Newport tie Kid. nil ofthem low quatcr goods which will ho sold in. the reduced rate of live dollars per pair. Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home and Hand JIadc. ily etook la superior to any In the Stnto. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to he closed out at prices lower than heretoforo known. Tills oiler 1b for the next 30 dBjrs. Call early and he convinced. Flno Custom Work a Spoolnlty. No. 17 Solodad Bt. op. Courthouse WHITE LIME AND Cement I Wholesale Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galveston rind San. Antonio Ainu came, inn l,urircat SloeK nr nil kinds Oyaters, Fish, Riverside Cafe Restaurants 4 And At Bcholz'o Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. rfeNMaiiA' "b0an- Ey""Kved in FIr.t-C.ar, BJyle. WINTER finest selected stock of Hoys ntnl EZ1 i i ho Finost ,VIKO,4S3 ,737.000 111 II, .10 071,1111(1 43S.0IU HD.03I1 ,1K0,BI Street. Telephone No. 185. 8CHRYVER, psgx OF ALL. iiS! SORTS. KINDS QUALITIES I- . I onto iwwirtincnt of Onm 9inuntlttfN nf tin? tnwr 1 Mini Ut mir. Inprlio ro mimwriil com petit SAN ANTONIO, TEXS. or tub- 'MANUFACTORY f. y. McAllister & bro. 201 SOI AND 205 J. m!0 ST.. coi. VI1UIA, HAN ANTONIO, TKXAS. Wo aro Wholesale anil lletall Dealer! In Austin Whlto I.line, Ilcst Urnnds ot Dark Itoscndalo and Imported lhigllsli Portland reinents, planer of Paris, and Long float Italr, and would ask rou to oall, or write us, Tor prices before purchasing elso where. Phase mention this paper. and Retail. ' or Mitslenl instruments end Musical Punlillei and Game. A. IIAMPLX. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Apaches on Anotbor Raid Vir ginia Politics, Qrant Memorial Services-Montreal Small PovMlners' Strike-Other News and Notes. Wism.viio.v, Octoher 1 A telegram has heen received nt the War depart inent from (ienetal Crook, stating that Captains Crawford and lias Is, ul the Guadeloupe canyon, southeast Arizona, sent Information hy courier to I ho elfect that 20 or 25 Indians patted that poluton the mill, traveling rapidly northward. Captain Crawford Is In pursuit, nml troops hate been ordered In from va rious points to Intercept the hostile. 'I he commanding olllcer at Fori Apaihe has heen directed to hold his troops In readiness fur Immediate service. Citi zens at exposed points have heen warned and urged to corral their slock In order to prevent the Indians from securing the remnants. Every precaution hns been taken for sometime past jo prevent the hostile force from communicating with the Chlrlonhuss, ho aro closely watched at their agency. The rahlirs are supposed to ho part of Cieronlmo's hand, who havo been down In .Mexico. ToMiwioNK, October 1. A manniuned Keating was killed hy Apnohea yister dny In tho Wlilto Trail canyon, San aimeon valley. The body was round a half mile from his homo. He was shot under the iinn and his head smashed In with stones. A man named Shanalian and Mrs. .Mack, servants on the runoli, cannot be found. llnttleld's command of 40 cavalry and five Apache scouts passed through Tombstone en route to Kort (Irani. They have come from Copper canyon af ter service In the Sonoras. They look Jndedand worn, and the whole out 111 shows unmistakable signs of rcmli kit: vice, hardship and fatlKUe. Their re ported IlKht with renegades Is not con firmed. Wa9Iii.nuio(. Octoher 1. Scnloes In memory of General Grant, were held this evening under the auspices of the local commandery of the Grand Army of the Kepubllc, In the Metropolitan church, at which General Grant was h regular attendant during his 1'resldeii tlal terms. The auditorium, which Is one of the largest In the city, wns crowded. Funeral chimes were rung from 7 to 8 o'clock, and were followed tiy an organ voluntary hy Dr. .1. W. llls clioll'. A notable feature of the services was the chanting and singing of war songs hy tho St. Cecllialadles'ijuartelte. Tlje meeting was called to order hy Deputy Commander W. M. Ilrooka, Gen eral John A. Logan, the orntor of the occasion, was Introduced and warmly welcomed with clapping hands hy the audience. Ills speech was friu,uenlly Intcirupted by the plaudits or the audi ence, which broke out at the mention of the names of the fntorlte commanders and allusions to the more conspicuous events In the story of Oeneral Grant's cireer. The services were concluded with a benediction, and a conctrt of pa triotic airs upon the bells. WAsmxaTO.v, October 1. A very large crowd left here last night on the (1:25 o'clock train to attend the Republican meeting at Alexandria, Va. Among the passengers were John H. Wise, Republi can candidate for Governor of Virginia, who was to address the meeting, and .1. A. Smith, a claim agent of this city, and formerly a member of Congress from the Richmond, Va., district. Kor tomo lime past there has been a bitter feeling be tween these two gentlemen. They occu pied adjoining seats In the smoking car, mid when about two miles from Alex andria, became involved In a wrangle. In which . Smith called Wise a liar, lie had no sooner uttered the words limn he received n slinging blow in the mouth that drew blood and knocked lilm down. Wise followed up his attack, but the crowd Interfered and stopped the row. When Alexandria was reached. Wise went to Armory hall, where a meeting was being held. The meeting w as noisy from the start.and when Wise appealed on the stage and began to speak he was interrupted by friends of tjmilli, who had assembleuln large numbers, with all manner of Insulting remarks and was finally forced to leave the stage nml hall, and the meeting broke up In disorder. Montiuui, October 1. Forty-nine now cases of small-pox, twenty-two of which were authenticated, were re ported yesterday. The plaoarders met with no serious opposition to-day. Fifty-eight vaccinators are making house to house visitations, and are In noculatlng 3000 persons dally. There have been no disturbances to-day and no trouble Is feared to-night. Mayor lleaugrand stated to-night that he would not relax his ellorts to keep the pi-ace and would have tho mllltla under anus as long as there were any possibility of trouble. Fourteen of the sanitary police well armed wlth;revolvers, turn out every night to guard their olllce In the city hall. Chief 1'aradls was nt his of. lice to-day. There aro one or two cases of small-pox In Lognell, hut the disease has been confined to the house In which It first appeared. A mou named Unman, dressed only In his shirt, sintering from the disease, Jumped out of a window In his house this morning and ran to the Central pollco station under the Impres nlon that some ono was going to kill him. A policeman caught him and returned him to his home; Ciikyknxu, Octoher 1. At 0 o'clock lids morning, all or the coal miners at Carbon struck, and all work ceased. The Carbon mines are owned by the Union I'aclllo railroad, and furnish an Inferior kind of coal. No demonstration or demand wns made hy the miners. Everything It quiet. It Is understood that this course has been adopted by tho Miners' unlou at Carbon, at tho Instlg nation or the union at Hook Springs, representing that the Carbon miners keep the Union I'aclllo running now. The only coal mined by the Union 1'acl flo in Wyoming Is mined by Chinese at Rock Springs. Cnv oip Mkxico, October 1. Mall com munication between this city and the United States was fully resumed to-day. Nine days accumulation of mall Is being distributed this afternoon. The Mexi can National railway has heen repaired at places where the bursting reservoirs wept away the track. WmiiMiiov. October 1. The coinage at the mines during the month of Sep tember amounted to $I.I020.1I, of which $2.iVJ0,(lOi) Was In standard silver dollars. WAiiii.sotuv, October 1. A dispatch reel veil nt tho I'ostofllce department to ilny stated that the mall stngn running between nan Angeloand Ahrllne.Tc xas, was slopped and robbed by highway, men yesterday. W.tmilNUIoN.Oelobcr l. The decrease In the public debt for the m .iilli of Sep tember Is stated nt uhuut SlJ.'iOO.GU). Thin will he reduced, however, by pay ments ornhnut i ".fO.OUO on account of Interest due on bonds. KwnnCtrv, Octoher I. The Times' l.adonla, Mil, special sojs: "About fiOO people ulth the sheriffs oi Alidrlan, I'lko mid Rolls counties are now In hot pur suit of the negro King, who outraged a young Indv In I'lke county, mid Mrs. Harris, In Rolls county, last week. King was seen here to-day and thele Is n kimm! prospect that he will he lynched within 21 hours." Wahiiniitiiv, October I. Attorney General Garland has returned lo Wash ington and was present ;at the regular Hireling to-day. Secretary Kndlcott was the only nhnentee. Among the rpiestlons considered were the proposed reorganization of the civil service com mission mid the vacancy In the olllce of superintendent of the const oftliegoede llu survey. Washington-, October 1. Senator llhilr, who recently arrived here, says he will Introduce thu educational bill In the Sennto early In the session, and thinks It will he Introduced In the House In time lo secure action upon It before the end of the sesilnn. lie believes that all the Republican members ot the House nml nearly hulfnf the Southern Demo crats will support Hie measure. Illalr savs It wns defeated In tho House last Hussion only by preventing consideration, and that It commands the support of two-thirds or the Senate. Waiiiimitoy, October 1. On the lull Instant, the Civil Service Commission ers will conduct an examination here fur tho selection of persons to III! places In the new Intelligence bureau of tho War department. This ilUlslon will lio sim ilar lo thu one already In existence In I lie Navy department. The examination will test the knowledge of onndldates In military all'alrs. The division will bo under the direction of the Adjutant General and In a general way It will be fur the purpuse ol collecting Informa tion regarding the strati gle polntB near coast places, for Instance like Cu'in, the West Indies, etc. Know WhatJItWas Himsoll. "Mary," remarked old man Crosseam to his wife at breakfast yesterday morn ing, "wns Will Trimble hero to see Kntle hut nlghtf" "Vis, niv dear." "What time did ha leaver" I heard him say It was 11 o'clock hy his watch as he went out." 'What kind ofa wutch does he curry r" "A patent lever, ho told Kntle." "A patent lever, ebr Well, you tell him, wllh my compliments, that If lie wants to remain healthy, he had better change that patent to a 10 o'clock leave her. I was young once myself and know what time of night 11 o'clock Ishy thoae iiatent lever watches." Merchant Traveler. The Day Lily, Just for a day, for a day, 1 break Into bloom; Just for adny, for a day, 1 shed my perfume. How Heeling and" brief thy slay," They cry, as I pais. Hut fleeting and brief, I give '1 he wealth of my soul Just for the day I live, Without stint or control. What more can a life bestow Kre it passes away. Than Its all, though its warmthnnd glow Be but for a day 1 Voutli's Compnnlon. She Was a Fly Miss. "Ves, George, I will marry, but you will have to elope with mo." "Why, Clarissa? Do your parents ob ject to me?" "No; they think you're Just splendid." "Than why must we elope?" "Why, George, don't you know that If I elope the papers will speak of me as the beautlful.daughtcr of wealthy par ents?" English Clrls of the Period. The Increasing masculinity of Kngllsh girls Is a topic for many London essny Ists. In dress, talk and manners It Is the fashion with daughters of wealth and refinement to be as much like their brothers as decorum will allow, Sclence'and the Cat. The vines on the trellis were brushed aside, and out on the top of I lie fence swaggered as line a tortoise shell cat of the male persuasion ns over reflected credit on the State or New Jersey. His eleek form darted Uko a shadow along the fence until It reached the middle, when Itcrouched down and began nib bling nt something. Suddenly the must diabolical yell that ever sprung rrom the throat of a Co manche startled the peaceful slumbers of the neighbors. It ended In u blood curdling gurgle, leavened with Intense pathos. A large globe of pale-bluu blue lire was seen to dart upward Into the gloom and spin around six leet above the Tence wllh the terrible velocity of a plnwheel. Then the re markable pyrotechnic display descended wllh a dull thud Into the llowerbeds, looking like n one-cent comet turning handsprings. I'rescntly the lire died out and the garden was again In darkness, "Pshaw !" ejaculated the watcher, with much annoyance in his voice, as hi) rose from the window and turned up the gas, "l'.haw I to have waited for 12 long months for him to come and then neglect to put but two carbon cups on the bat tery. It will be three months more he fore the two kittens next door aro big enough to climb." New York Herald. Finest lino of gent's furnishing good! and novelties, nt F. Sheets', 41 Comineroo street. 10-2-tf THE NEW HOSPITAL. The Plant Complete and Ready for Contractor.. A I.tuiiT man called at the olllce of .Messrs. Wahrcnbrrgrr A, lleckmaiin, the architects of the new city and county hospital, this morning and Impeded the plans for the new hospital. They are nearly complete, and will be turnrd over to the city authorities on Monday. The grounds occupy the block bounded by Morales, I'erez, Frio and I.eona sheets. The building Is to be what Is known as the pavilion style, and Ironls south on Morales street. It Is to he two story with n basement. The frontage will he 182 feet and i Inches, with n depth of 127 feel. The basement will he only under the front, or administra tion portion of the building, anil will contain the kltchrn, fuel, cook's and other necessary rooms. The llrst Hour will hnve n cm end driven ay In front of the main entrance. The main en. trance will be Hanked hy tho physicians and dispensary rooms, etc. I ho llrst story of 10 wings or ward rooms will con tain room for 2i) beds each, with dining room and tcakltchrn In front and nttenil nuts and bath rooms In rear. i'lie second floor or the administration building will contain operating room, living rooms, etc, while the second story of tho wings or wardrooms will be the samo ns t tm llrst floor. The building will occupy three aides ofn square, leaving the north side open. The capacity will he for Nl patients, w Idle that of the ch-lalked or Gov ern- inent hospital w 111 bo for only 21. The plan Is so arranged as to admit ol tho adding or extending the ward wings so ns to double the capacity, with only the trilling cost of tho buildings, the present ndinlnlstratlon buildings containing all the necessary appendage of a hospital, being Biilllolent lor at least 100 patients. Once completed this will be one or the best arranged and commodious estab lishments or Its kind In the Southwest. Mr, Hamlin on Women's Sphere. A I'resipie Isle clergyman, who thinks that women's sphere does not Include the ballot-box and the ward caucus, tried to Interview llamilbnl Hamlin on this subject. He described a woman who "made herselTas busy In public af fairs as do many ladles at the present day, absented herself from homo, pre siding and talking at political meetings and other public gatherings, claiming thu right to vote, hold olllce. al.d mingle In puhlla aflalr.s as men do, Insteaifof rocking the cradle," L,d asked Mr. Ham lin If he ever knew an eminent man w hose mother was such n woman. Hr. Hamlin said In reply Hint no man was ever grent whose mother wan not great, and added: "I very much fear that the course of some ladles in seeking to be conspicuous In public and political af fairs has but a tendency to Impair the liilluenco of women for good, nnd there by to harm tho Influence for public men." This conversation was brought about by reading In the Journal a de scription of the cradle In which Mrs. Washburn, ;of Mvermore, rocked the famous seven sons. Lewlston (Me.) Journal. Money Matters In a Wedding, I am told that the cost of obtaining tho Rope's dispensation to the marriage be tween l'rlnco Wnldcmnr, of Denmark, and l'rlncess Mnrle, of Orleans, wns 5000. Its moat Important conditions are that the daughters who may be born or the marriage are to be brought up In the Cathollo fallh, but the sons ns Pro testants. The Bppanage enjoyed by the 1'rlnce Is JCISOO, to which will now be added the Interest on a sum set apart fur his marriage by King Christian, making his total Income about 1500. The l'rlncess will have a dot In thu shape ot an annual allow mice of 1000. She Is the heiress to an Immense fortune on her paternal aide as well as that of heraunt, the l'rlncess de Jolnvllle. The King of Denmark will allow thu couple tho cha teau of Sorgentrl, the residence of the late Dowager Queen, as a summer re treat. I undcr.tnnd that thu marriage will In all prohabl Ity take place at the Duke of Chartrcs' seat, Chateau d'Eu. London World. Why She Was Salted. The Sunday school was hushed and still And the parson led In prayer. Then. said a speech would now be made Hy a stranger who was there. The lesson told, that day, the fato Of the cities razed by lire, And of the great reward ot those Who did the Lord's desire. And then tho stranger spoke of those Who disobeyed God's law, Said they the end of such ns sinned In tho death ot Lot's wife saw. To Impress the (act he asked a class, Small 8-year urchins they, Why God had turned Lot's wife to salt On Unit Ill-fated day. One llltlo rascal made response, With grimy hand upheld: Ills xhrlll voice sounded loud and clear'' "She wns too rresh," he yelled. The We-Can-Coit-Alono Club. Tho young ladles of New Rochelle, N. V., tired of being compared to the cling ing vine that derives support and coun tenance from alleged masculine oaks, and probably more tired of walling for the masculine escorts who never come, have organized themselves Into a"Vc-Cnn-Go-lt-Alone Club," and they do go It alone. They exclude young men from their entertainments and picnics, nnd advertise that during the coming winter they expect to have straw slelgli rides, at which inull'i shall take the place or coal-sleeves ns a means of keeping the hands warm. If the Jiiufls fall to do the work the hands will have to freeze, that Is all, for the Wc-can-go-lt-alone girls are going to go It alone 6r know the reason why. A Constituent of a Schoolmaster, The following unique communication was received recently by one of ner Jewelers: '-Sir lieas Fix this Wotoh tot this Hoy If you can. ShooJ of Com with him Hut Good Not. I thoot you Cooil I youaroosed to this kind ofn Wotch and oblige Me." llurllngton (Vt.) Free 1 The most popular cigarette! aro the Opera runs at popular prloe. tf llFA! 8 :T HE SIMMS & SAMUELS, KIIWIN .1111 IT. 3PJER.O GrTrt.A JVEMTi'. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 1, 2, 3, aid 4. Tin- i:.'i)liif i Kntc THE GHOST. ROSALIA GRAVALLIA, r''o '''" " - LARRY DObLEY. MISS BESSIE CARLTON. EYANS AMD COYNE, TIM STAR.IN and DEBBIE" RICKLIN Till. w,s k In one of ll.vlrl lrlBlii.il Hkelrhes, rntlllnl "Civil device lliamlnatlon." tntroduciluf ALLEN SISTERS Tllt' "",hln!'.or!'o!?oVojtt"''- 1 rul " l OS A LI A G II A v AjrTL r A. TIM S T A R I N , t..ii.,.r..a.8.,.r,y . ..... In Soiiirnn.1 Ii.iik'v on-tin- ritHiiMtliiirftit clitd,' CHAIN OF GUILT. OAST OF 1.1 XtSMll l)IIS.'IIVII Hill Mil 1,-llHii .!, linns. illc Hiltlililll II.M.i-y II SVNOI'SIH ami SCKNKItY In tin1 Slerril Nimidan, the Outlaw llc-ndi-zous. Ail I. All,-.- vnlri. i-iii-li ollii r. Hei ne III. Aliotln (rli.on.-r Kitlpli loll,., iwiip. .VU -'.-iV.-im-I. ltiin.liill triiitsl ititiilii. Ilulpli Just In lime In I In n' Is jour hiurt's picture. A-ene It llllllilllll sii.l.l i-l 11,-1 l lilt. my I Ti-rrlllo slnorirl,' lor friisloi nli tin. math. The nprol leriiilliulisl. Alice, II. In ). I rlu. Ilalpli Our Cor) .lie nt Foiirlis.il Ilvuiiliriil Voulur Ijidlel, headed by Mlle.ZAHA. LUCY WOLF, nOSE GOHE. ANNIE IIOWADO, MISS MoVAY. HAILEY SISTERS. LENA FAY. MAY MOORE. LI 1. LIE WOODS. ANNIE HEATH. EMMA JONES. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER G, ilriium, NAN, THE L THE NEWSB Ily kind iH rijilssloniif Mr. N. WOODS. Minn A sit; llu MONDAY, 0 :TOI!En 12, imrtiiicr ntinctl.n, .V ilmibto company RILEY & FAY'S RAGGED JACK DRAMATIC AND SPECIALTY COMPANY TI'.N IN Nt'Mlli:it, now iH-rforinlnir wllh the Greatest Success st Karantln's troll Alnphathi He. New Orleans, In addition li Ihn I'u.liloirs new Variety Company iiii.I the t Ireat Musical Team. CLARK HILLGER & ALLIE BAlLINGER CEO, H, KALTEYCR, Alamo Oement Co, li. til.r-iniliiii.orU'Iitiit rim., Utir Om-iit i a ur-l in tlio LNntructim of tho .Sew HmteQupltol. uii'l Wun-lioun-i, New. 'Aft atuKVJ Ac tuU Sltvet. Woiki and Quarry near ELITE RESTAURANT, NO. 1 SILEOVD STREET AND MAIN PLAZA. Oysters, Game, Fish and all tho Delicacies of tho Season Sorvod Day and Night. JOHN JUSTENEAUJJO PI10PS. Notice to Contractors. MAYOR'S OFFICE, San A.vtomo, October 1, 1883. 1'norosti.s for tho construction of O ravel Roadways, with Telford founda tion and with Ilroken Stono foundation, will be received at the Mayor's Olllce un til 12 o'clock, noon, October Sltb, ISSo. (lood nnd sulllctcnt bond will bo re quired, and a forfeit of $200 must be lllod with thu City Clerk with each bid. The right Is hereby reserved to reject any or nil bids. Full luforuiatlon, with copy of speculations, can be obtained by applying at the City Engineer's olllce. BRYAN CALLAGIIAN, Mayor t Luchappullo's tluiip works. 11UILDIHG lors Two line building (corner 1) lots, size lliljt 170 reel. In a healthy iiortlon of tho elly, Prloo law. Address H'. 11. J.' Light cmoe J HXONilf AT RE:. Proprietors. MKRT IIIIIKCTOII nr iMHtt-str'n st'n .liAttur Dooi.kv ... Kll JOTCK Ill (MTlfMXltnlC sSoi.RH. In SotiirH anl linn i. lineal tills. i:tc. . OKCHrCTItA Ht'iwtluni of touira MISS MAY ALLEN. -Bessie OiRLTODr- PAHIIIOS (llltillWTIIA with llii great iiiclo drum. In thnsj acts CHARACTERS: OlxrtM. 33. 33iuxuott. . Kdwln Joyce Heine II. tUlpli and - r neimi-roil. ur Ilia 01 'I lie llaiiihlliur HaUsin. save IiItii., lUund biir-k.o linii-lnU. i-nl.lii Alice II 11,11 nut Krlli llaui-li-Hccno II. The Hill .McClclliili order, his , diiiiiairisl i mid lliiudiill, all liappy. KATIE LONG. MOLLIE HUGHES. llrst production at this Theatre or tho Orvat enlltlfsl, NEWSBOY," IIlmi - hIKj iViiioiiI. U'lilio I -In CHEAP COLUMN. I LADY WISHES furnished r 1 HI I VT ICE FURNISHED ROOMS for .Ingle Kcntle Ll men, SI Uiso)ii street, opiKlto the Ico liictory. PKMw and uhlllty. Addres, taw, Hun Pedro avenue, UM. BERNDT, maker or all kinds ot aau W sujri-s. Vienna, lloloifno, etc. Orders pniiiiptlyjlllod. sua Suuth Centre Bt. V-'-'xliii MRS. A. R. GREGORY'S SCHOOL will open on w ednesdar. fcieptember IS). Private branches frlvcn In tho artei No. BIS, Nacogdoches Ptreet f ALE AND FEMALE help wanted. Kmnlor. 1L inent rurnlahud free, an Kaat Houston street. V-l.VUm w. GUS A. RllMANN, Contractor and Iluttdor, 2ls Camargo street. 1 F YOU NEED nialo orfcmalo help, send yi IMMui SAN ANTONIO POULTRY YARDS No. 1173 North HorcsHt. Kor salo now a lino lot or young l'lyiuuuth tlock.IJght llruhinaand llull6chlii Tuwls. Kggaand fowls or ahovo breeds always oti hand ut olllce. No. SI. Bolodad Street. I"" A. H. IIORLir. Or about tllO IMtlldav Of Hotitnmhnp Ikks. A.. red bull, bruuded a Mesloau brand and ear marked undcr-blt In tho tort and crop and split In the rights ono simttcd hull, branded h Mexican brand and ear marked under-bit In the loft and crop and spilt In tho right! ono brown spoiled holfcr, branded VO and ear marked under halr-crop oil the left and crop oil tho right: one black oow, branded .Land earmarked crop olt lolt and under slopootl right! ono roil cow, branded A! and ear marked crop oil ten and undergone ol the rtghtlono bmok holtor, branded Yll and curmurkod under hair-crop oil tho left and crop olt thu right which will, If not redeemed belprosaletbosoldnt publlo auotlon tothe highest blddor, forcasu at said pound, attho hour of It o'clock a. in., on tho 3rd day of Oct ober, IMS. N. 11. lllds less than tho amount fixed by ordlnanoe will not be reoelved for any animal put up at auotlon. o-awt t'uiL SuAiiDniK, Marshal,