San Antonio Daily Express, May 11, 1879

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May 11, 1879

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San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - May 11, 1879, San Antonio, Texas snusiüRiPTios BAT«8-HI XDVASO«. ILY Eirutai-B; ówrln ^rmontti.......11 M tai-BT ó«rrln per month,.. " " qturter,. •• thnwu a N . ION IM IM APVEnTlBWO BATES 1 lintMtoi»il"''l««mmto MB UobUlMil bj tp- ni roii™ lo Ihe BxvBiiM OonnllDg Bocm. 'lT..i.d«ortlMm«nUwllll»liiMrt<Kl H 90 mnla (■>il> giiliuiiuisut Inierllon, A.lvertlnoiMnUUi 4»U»»nQ TOkI» on« ihlrd man Ibi;, dilli t^t ««i»MU>-«lr.«>ni«M<l»a». BATii ron TnAjwiWT ASTUTnainmi. ( >nn ,loll»r WT Inrli »Mh Iniortlon. A4«rtl««lli«nji l,„orl«Uon«tr lilla on6 w«ek tw.ul7-a»« p« o«it ro.lui-tloo.China Hall. Cróckery LAMPS, GLASSVMIIE, tnmiitlollof« ami Urnnlt«' HOUSEFURNISHINC GOODS fïrcsiory Aî Co., uorco Slrocl, Comer of IlridRC St. ¡Antonio Uftilg €iípttsB VOL. 13. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY WORNING, MAY II, 187!). NO. 11Í2, reiegraphic Flashes IIOMK ANOFOREran IKTELLIGENCE Co«C. B. ELBE, APOÍl^CARY Koubton street, four doors rut of Headqnartera. I'iri-diinl ftttcntlon given to Physician's Prescriptions -Ami lloiK- bal- Pui:e Medicines THE WACO SIIOOTINQ TOUBNAUENr, HpraUl Dltpatch to tlie D.II; KiPnna. Waoo, Hajr 10.—The lUte sportmnsn tournament oeased to-day. McOall and A1 mond, of Waoo, woo first and Hecond money In ■wutMtakei. The thlnl was diflded bi tween Waco and Houston. The fourth was won by Thompson, of Waoo. Donison got the first on second swcepatakos, Waco (ei|l ond, Honatoa third and UcKlns»rfeurt|. Waco and Houston tied, aOdflTidMOe fifty dollar cash prlio. Houston won the fifty dollar modal in the t«n-baU match, Foote, of McKlnney, won the fiist money iu the last BWoopstakoB, and P. B. WalMn, of Houston, 'corrled away the forty dollar Now Orlmn» gold medal and a yew'a suluodption tA >ho Daily Telephone offorad as a ^ccial'tAM^o the mnu making tho bost nversge score during the four days. Tho tournament was a success A FIENDISH DOUBLE MUBDEU/ .1 ill Ihcir prrparntions. IIIVI- ViC Al iVf .iIT.T ti. m ■rlïalcr.rtlci 8 jijl'NÏ', ti «IK.c di. O ir EU nrj Prirw.lJ-MS ' »only, filli imuos of .v<l.>><rat«d lUAtiuUrtnroof UeMm. Iioieil i: WATKKS A ^ONH, AND S{lHUMl.\?i&W44.i\RR ATKIlínit>!q»¿'»1*~-' ÍÍABINET ORGANS Hiver..!!; admired •I t!ir rroont T awardrd, roiinWl «11.1 ■I'illlKK Nil BlAw«r.l«iiltlif Í lL..>lttllit »urlddi TAt a-.B Iiiduding tl] •'(mteniilal Priz« f himc Organ •rill'.' iMílniim iilí rí'rrivi' ■;ra-i r. kaü!, *t.i.thii iiriwi I.N I.IIMAS, llol.l) sliaiai Mt.l'Al,s,a«ivi.lUtUw IHk! .,1. ral,l,M'<lilliitKn*df> Uir.iu ■(. laut fuïty yuírs. Sheet Music at PablUhert' Ftìc6>. I ocal nna TrnrclÌDi: AgtB. Wantoil valbktwe & co. AUWI ■al f Acnlltl ■ ' Han A.iluiii.1, Teiai TUN A(lKNf!ï-UamliliinI l«aK«, Maua«»] Ko l:il l'oHKtlllc'Htrp.'t. (ia!vpdU>t lOUIS SCHEIHAGEN. itj'i «rtcr »nd DrsKr in SHELF AND HEAVY Hardware r AiaiK ri.TlJllAI, IMl'LCnKXTS, Ho-wo's Scivlos CARRIAGE & WAQON MATERIALS ptc My atni.k, eO'iiii«tii Kl.lr» al! Ilio laU-»l uia':ltlii,?r7, lojírtlicr nllr«l-Hnii«luttlOínn l.y uiiy lionar w^bI of tlio Oolurado, Ht fui! lllif» ot Ilio aliovs, bo ,iid mont Improved faruililff 'Itli PVcrïlIitiiK to lifl found lu l>lln>iuicnt, iMiiot.nrpaRRed lucliis ly Miseitte uM Ml! »jonlloBlolliliIrTaat a irlod tracia ot llironiihniil llii- H thiM-IIy (il Kail Au fliKlIiu Iota In ail parta of « hU li tUry will »oll at OOOD Thpf alno lÄve» Til liifurujution ai>ii)b' (o OEO. l,or of plBWi for rent. For W. CALDWELL, A CJ E N T, jinl.tf SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, ^ -JAMES MUilPil^ ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, Snn Aatonio, Toxn«. I am prepari . io furnHh Plana, Bpoc'Ocillona and Cornxt EatlmalcB for all lilnda ot Uulldlnga. Doors, $ii?h, Blinds, Brackets. Wood Turning, nd Hcroll Sawing at «mj dMorlplloi r.lor rU .Short IVotloo. all braiK'lioii In ,ny or i Uie I will ooiitracl for llilliig lino at tlio LOWKiT LIVINO BATES—SATISFACTION OUAHANTliED. omce and aiiotp Cor. Atohuo O and Travis Street. novn If Mirss II* Carter, FBIVATE BOÂBDnra, AVE. », NEAR a. B. DBTOT. Nlcalrl^XluA neoiu, Willi or wlthcal IMM. VBRM« MOSKBATa, sAKAimiino, - V . Tlx mcliJO-tf Special Ulapateh to tlio Dally Eii nnn. Laredo May 10.—Day before yesterdny a fiendish doabl«mn(ilar«m' hbreon the BlUggoU ÜíM,' woman and » man «Ù»^ near the road. Aboni tira a Mtxioan on horubaok nd* oue of the women, abont Iriz^ killing her Imrtaatiy. Hm maiii from his bed and tha aemnd «hot The other woman holding a ' ohlld arms ran, bat being ihot thiongh dropped the ohlld and ewapad. The mnrderer took from tha articles ha desind and eaca] wounded woman lain ths poi^ and will probably reoorer. j,:;'^ here and was not hnrt. ''¡^ NATIONAI,*APITAIi lOdJBHÍ Washington, May 10.—The bñíto provide military intorferenco at eieclioni seut to the exeoatlTa mansion this oveniiig for tbo approval or disapproval,of the preai-dent. Washington, May 10.—There aró good reasons for stating that tho president hi changed his view regarding tho bill reiatiug to tbo use of the military at the polls and tho probabilitiei are now strong that he wilt t«turQ it with another veto moiságe. SZKATl PBOCOBDINOl, Washington, May 10.—In the sonate 'Mi Eaton introduced by request a bill reUting to telegraph oommnnieatioa between tbo Uuited States and foreien countries. lie ferred to the committee on foreign relations. Tho seuato proceodod to the oonaideratic of tho legislative, eiocutlvo and Judicial ap-propriatiou bill, which was substantially tho same as that agreed to by the committee of conference at a former session with few exceptions. Mr. Edmunds inquired whether what i; called political legislation is the same as that proposed last year, or did It differ by en. largement or by diminution. Mr. Beck replied that ho was not prepared to answer as he had not compared tho two propositions. A message was reooivod from the bouse announcing that the speaker had signed Uia enrolled bill to prohibit military intpifateiua at elections and retumina the bill for th* signature of the présidant nm tàm. iug signed the same, tho president. The senate proceeded to act on the amend mont to pending bill and agreed to those restoring tho compensation of the tho son, ato's officers, clew and other employeen, wbioh the bouae had reduced. Senator Beck moved that a reading of t bill bo dispensed with in order to afford Mr. Hill, of Georgia, an opportunity to address the senate as ho intended to leave tho city and may not return before the end of thi present session. Mr. Hill proceeded tospoak with reference to that part of the bill propoilng loeislation with regard to the supervisora of elections, etc. He asked why the disousaion had been thrust on the country. The Isolation pro posed being very simple, nothing but a re. peal of the soma lawi enaeted aurldg and sinoo tho late war. Ho had watched tho dis-lussion in order to amve.Bt th« motiva which prompted it, and Was now saftifled that a party in thU country hi^ entered upon a well or rathet ill oonaidaied batdatermined purpose of reopening the sectional agitation which so long disturbed the people ;^th a view of consolidating one section of the country against the other (or the benefit of a party without reference to the publie good. Ho referred to the recent speooh of Onnkling as being hi that direction, and alindad to Edmunds' spesoh of ywtardájr as taUng tho position that the little bill pmUbittñgmili-tary interference at elections would have the effect to change and modify all tho laws to which the senator from Vermont The senator moat hava known that thé would not afteot in any „ _______ previous to 18GS. If the majority In ijon^ from this time forward say that tho army and navy shall not interfere with elections, tliey but re-onaot what tho enstom, practico and law were before the not of 18ür.. Tho ipoech of the aenator from Vermont ought to be studied by all, as It showed the great question of difforenoo between tho two great partiea now straggling for mastery and the assumption that there could bo no proteotion to the country save tho military. If this ahonld be, nnfortunateln ever believed by the ooualty the ' rej ' ' matlon for a peace conference, and how he had hoped for its sucooss. Seven slates had thon gone out, and therefore could not participate In suoli a oonvention, but they watched every movement with interest. There were men who mode tho charges infidelity against tho southern people and went to W^hlngton to defeat thi purposes thhi he read tha Ident pio t«m, 'he ■ h«v, it will now be taken to WAsnratiTOM, July 11, 1801. Dear Oovemor:—Qovemor Bingham a myself telegraphed (o yon on Saturday the request of Massachusetts and Now Vo to send a delegation to tbo peace or com promise congress. They admit that wore wrong, and that no ropnbl: ita^ should have sent delegates,but they are ' I and cannot got away. Ohio, Indiana Bhode Island are coming in and there mger of Illinois and now they beg us fo Ood's sake to come and rescue and save th republican party from rupture. I hope they will send stiff-backed men or noni Tho whol* tUag wai got up against i dgment and will end in thin smoke. ,ipo as a matter of courtesy to our erring brethren that you will send tho delegates. Truly yonr friend, /. CiuNnLSn. To his eicollenoy, Austin Blair, xo tliis letter was added a postscript say "Northern people think that n fight would bo awful, but without a littio blood letting tho union will not, in niy estimation, bo worth a rush. Southern representatives mi^ not bo trusted," The south sought to vCTt war while tho north tried to bring it on Ho, Hill, knew tho repubiicans claimed to have saved the union but if there had been no republican party the union would not ha' been in ponl. Tboro would have been i secession, no returning boards, and no oloc-toral commissions. At tho conclusion of Mr, Hill's speech M: Chandler eiplainod tho circumstances undi which the letter was written and spoko of the incidents which took place previous t( tho rebellion and conclnde<l by saying: "You ore to-day as you wore thon, determined to cither rule or ruin this government and you con't do it." MOOSE rHOCEEDINas, ; Washington, May 10,—In tho house a bill was reported relating to widows of pension ors ot tho wor of 1812 so as to give the pen slous to women who aro a sooond time wid-dows. Opposition was made to the bill as being an entire change of the ponsion laws and on motion of Mr. Oartield it was referred to tho pension committ' The bill prohibiting tho pfeseneo of the military at pkees of eleotions was signed by the speaker and sent to tho senate for tb signaturo of tho president pro torn of thi senate. House resumed consideration of tbo Wi n# silver bill, and several bills were introduced and referred, including ono for thi appointment of a Mississippi river comm' sion. Mr, White, of North Carolina, introduced for referenco to the committee on military affairs, tho Burusido bill of last session, providing for tho reduction and reorganization of the United States army, and maki rules for it« government and regulation, t'ho house, at V:!','), adjourned. TOE snssissim IlIPItOVBMEKT QUESTION Washington May 10.—House committoo in lovoes and iniprovenionts of tho Mis-issippi river held a meeting to-day. Thi meaeuce under consideration was that in troduced ou the fith inst, by Mr. Gibson, of Louisiana, creatine a commission to con list of five members, to be known as the Ulsslsslpnl river improvement commission. Tho third section of tho bill, requiring thi immission to report in full to conj^ess thi amount of hind that could bo reclaimed by tho construction of such works as they moy doom necessary, that would pormanontiy prevent the overllow of such land as is now subject thereto along tho route of said river, caused objection ond a question arose as to the objects of this and all measures be ioro tho committee which propose tho im-provoment of tho river and rechimation of l^uvial landi as co-equal objects to be ob-fitted. Tha republican members of the committee asserted their opposition to con, sideration of any provision eicepting that which may rofor directly to tbo subject of oving tho navigation of the river. They oontondod that reclamation of alluvial lands >s not only Impolitic but improper to be iDsidoredby congress. In view of this venilty of opinion, tho leading democratic tiiibers ot the committee will endeavor to frame o bill which will tend to harmonize and meet tho approval of tho entire com mittco. Gibson introduced in tho house previous to adjournment to-day a materially niodifled proposition, which will bo printed and referred to tlie committoo for action. "S THE n, B. TIMBEH LAND lil'ESTION. Tho houso committoo ou public lauds to-ilay hoard Kepresentativo Herbert, of Alabama, in advocacy of the bill introduced by him on tho .'■th, providing that all public lands of tlie United States iu the timber re-gions'Of the states of Alabama, Louisiana and Minnesota, which have been subject to itry for as much us twenty years prior to tho passage of this act, cicept such as may have been horotoforo reserved for govern ment poipoecs, shall be hereafter subject to entry in any quantity desired by purchasers ipon payment of the price required. The iieasuro was referred to a sub comiuitteo consisting of Siato of New York, Woshbiirao of Minnesota, and Williams of Alabama, for onsidoration and report. AN OLD OA.SE SETTLED, would be at an end. then alluded to persons who had sojourned in the south and gone north to deliver lectures on th( subject ot Bonthem wrongs and their statements being grossly and referred to those who instigated thi movement of negroes to Kansas and said the south had been maligned, in a bondred different shapes and forms for the purpose of antagonizing the north and to ascore the republicans in possession ot powe) loke ot the penistent attenwta to JO president to veto tha miUMryinterfeiancealikeP0W<. Hi believed the president would Ho did not believe thyiresi^nt would hinuelt to any anoh s^ieme;! ^ had signalled hia adrntnlshWon I Ing the troops from the sonth afid he did not belieT« that the president would igthia biO. Ha fa ot vetoing this biO. Ha believed he wouid rise above the clamor of thoss who were seeking sectional agliaUen. TlWre; repulicans resort to tho veto bocauso they want military foros tp ooaUol elections in order to keep themselves in pow^. Mr. Hill claimed that thetiemesdoos,contest now before the country bad Its origin and meaning in the pnrpose of the republicans to obtain absolute control of the states by force in order to perpetrate their power .-wbethsi the people are willing or not, and In turthor-anoo ot their purpose almost every republican speaker had been seeking to Impress the country with the Ides ot great danger to ooms from what they eallod a confederate congress, Mr. Hill a<>ntinaed at some length in defense id ÍU Bicbmond, Va., May 10,—Judge Weiford, if tho circuit of tbo city of Kiohmond, to-day delivered a decision in the long-pendiug suit of the state of Virginia against Gen. Bradley T. Johnson and Messrs. Foe, of Baitimoro, to set aside certain portions of a contract mode by tho board of public works in l.S.',7 and settlement mado by them in 18U:l con-oeming tho interests of tho state iu tho Chesapeake and Ohio canal company. Tho court holds that tho contracts and sottiements wore authorized by law, and all action of the board of public works, and Gen. Johnson and his associates were legal and proper, and that all their conduct of the business of tho state had boon open, fair and public, and their proceedings had been reported from time to time to tbo board and amoug their records and approved by them. Tho bill was thereforo dismissed aud a decree to that effect entered. L0ITI8IANA OOSTITDTIONAIi vaimoN. CON Louislana, May 10.—The constitutinnal convention adopted artiole six forbidding tbo general aaiembly trom granting extra compensation, fse or allowanco lo any pulí, lio oOoer, agent, ssmuit or contrnotor oí State, parish or muniolpality or authorise tho payment ot ony oialm against stato, parish or muniolpality without oipress au. Ihorlty ot htw. Now York, May 10.—The 'longshoremen's itriko continacs and is causing serious deby iu tho sailing of European steamers. Ottowa, May 10.—Mr. Whitehead, con-tractor of the Canada I'aelflo railroad lijts recelvetl a telegram to the effect that six ot the ringleaders In tho strike on section IC had boon arrested and the rest would go io work to-day. ABllESTED FOBOEM IDENTIFIED. KIchmond, Va., May 10.—Chlof ot police Kenney, ot Milwaukee, Arrived last night and having identified tho man airested a few doys ago as Alox. Cohen, chargod with numerous forgeries, In Mllwoukeo, loft this morning with tho prisoner on routo tor home. GENERAL FOUEIGN INTELLIGENCE, THE I.0ND0W TISIES' AaMCtTLTiniAt, HOROSCOPE. London, Moy 10.—The Times' financial .rtielo this morning soys: Tho value of money remahis at about ono and one-eighth per cont. Attention is being drawn to tho probable effects ot a oontlnuoneo of tho cold northerly winds upon tho agricultural prospects which are already sufilcicutly unfavor-ible. Unless a change ooouYs soon in the temperature there can be littio or no fruit and there may probably bo o serious dofi-eicncy in tho cereal crops, which moans larger payments than usual to foreign growers and eventually deoror monoy. Prominent omong other prospective defioiont yields on tho continont is that of silk,. tho :old winds keeping back the mulberry loaves ipon which the silk worms feed. Tho flow if silver to China and Japan will probaiiiy bo incroosed from this cause. TUE TOuncAi. srrniTioN. London, May 10.—The Times' loading editorial article says tho government has no intention of dissolving parliament this year. When tho present ministry ask tho judgment ot their constituencies on their conduct they will bo abio to complete an account ot the policy and its results. At present it is li process of execution alike in Europe and Asia, and its bearings cannot bo fully est! mated. A few months more will show what has been tho real voluo of tho Berlin treaty ,nd meosnros token In Afghonistan. Bussio, moreover, will now know that the English government will remain unaltered for at last enough time to ensure tho execution of tho treaty, aud she will not bo tempted to evade it by hopes of our policy being altered by a change in tho mlnlstfy or by an appeal to tho constituencies. Tho ministers will bi lablod to complete tho work they have bo gun, ond wo shall bo ablolna tow months to see with somo chiamess what it is worth. A rnEMATUHE HIPOET. London, May 10.—A dispatch from Lahore! ibiishod in tho morning edition of tho ilanilard, announcing that Yacoob Khon, tho Ameer of Afghanistan, bad occepted oil ■ 'nly premature In his treatment of cuws ho govo them tinolnre of acnnilo and nflrrwanl-i dosed thom with a mixture of equal «iimutltie» of soltpotro, milphur, wliito rosin, (;i iilinii root and a quantity equal to balfllin t',|uul pni ti of tho oUiers of antimony. This h.' l onsMors an exeelleiit remedy when il noes willi proper oore ot the diseased auiumln-lieopliig them under shelter in bad wiiollipr, giviug them pure water aud plenty ot air and i XM-ciso. (iov. llolieriN oil tiriiiiliinl« lliiiWii'vlllit I)imm-|-;11. Some time in March a prisoner named Ul-cardo Flores, conllaod In our county jail, escaped and reochod Matamoros, Ile was arrested there and confined In jail until siioh time OS shorill Scanlon could effect bis re. movolto this side. Hoot once applied to Judge Bussell, who was then at Bio Grniulo City, as there was no extrodition agent hero, for authority to transfer him to this country. Judge Bussell replied that bis term OS extradition agent had expired, with Gov, Hubbord's term of ofUoe, and unggcsted Hint ho at oueo communioato with tho Bovernor. This tho Kheriir did, notifying him flmt tho prisoner was confiurd there by tho Mexiean ilthorities, who were awailing bis notion. But to this dale not a word lias this economical exeoulivo vonolisatod. Iu Mnrch bo was oppealed to ¡ind up to May bo Imn not deigned to telourapli a reply—although slier-iit Seonlan repealed bis dispatch ! Of lourso thoMcxicaii authorities could not hold bim 0 prisoner forever or until Gov. Bob-erts shall be made Ü. 8. senator-ond he was released. What tbo old "alcalde" meons by his siienee is not easy to under-stondstand, nnless indeed it be to let the eü-coped prisoner and horse thief go scot free ho did in tbo coso of the iinirdcrcrs. who esooped to Nebraska, where they were conght by tho authorities ofllm state and ro-loosed because our parsimoiiious governor informed them that tho stale had no nioucy to oxtradito refiigooH, eveu tliough Ihey were munlcrcrs. This. ,i.i n delichlfiii Itolo of affairs -wiiou a iiiau iimy hlonl or kill and escape iimii-sliiiuiil by Kiiiiply crossing the ferry ! Wexlnrn Texas -Id, wo btlievo, rejoice to s« Ciov. Bob- Armstrong, ot tndlanola, icido on tho tth while tempo- Mm. Georg» committed sulci rarlly insane, Mr. Hasdorff, tho proprietor ot tho Cuoro brick kiln, proposes to erect two brick build ings on tho sito of tho recent fire iu Cuero, The Fort Worth fire department is harmo. nlonsly roorganl/.cd, but the Panthor boys have been left out In tlie cold. A mad dog at Waoo, the other dajr, bit four cots anil a billy goat. Tho dog must hovo been very mod ludeod. Hoturdoyof next week tho people ot Grocs-beel( ore to nioct at tho town cemetery, have a pie.iiic dinner and clear off the gnundi). Iu Orange. Ilio other day, a little son ot F. I'liilesky was kicked insonslblo by a îmm PRiNTmi) coviunr TBsiia 01 soawmtmoa < WsssuCoaaH AU Win M osai asa «MAeraaDjret ftaatlesIST sHrr IM UeeaMawl al.l •ísssri 1 latta kántUL--------------- wni be olumd at SUM ratais In MUUOnranar' rarrlrt: Addi ■HlMndMMn Iii a«it«.M isBVataiiMOa.. •aa AaMatOklMMi nfi«eellMM*ns AdvartiMMeata-If 9 »1! & SilOtr 11179 4 not ( lieious h( Hpeeial veiiii try Ihn Wealli Hill, Si CUirk I There i county In thousand Tile Fe o»rats I represi armyb Ijiit iiot seriously injured, irc.i havo been snmmoned to rford murderers James K. ul Uobert Mwanls. iiiouoh lalmr In Washington work its improvod landa. Five icres of sudi land is lying Idle. ri Worth Domocrat twits tbo dem the nrili districi on Ilio way theli Wasli Jone», voted on tbi ali by lighluing during this stoto, has boon t probobly gratifying to tho rof ilr weeks. the British proposals. Is eertaii ond probably entirely wrong. A dispatch this dote from Simla to Beuter's says thi isits exchanged between Gen. Browne, Moj Covagnari and Yakoob Khan bare been thui for entirely ceremonial ond parliamentnry to negoliatiou. MISCEIJ.A.VEOi;3 MATTEHS. London, May 10,—The Times in a lead ig editorial soys: Tho government has no intention of dissolving porliomont this year, Vienna, May 10. —The Fromdenblolt soy; The czar's proclamation has produced o de-jrossing effect in east Bonmelio but it is be-ievod his warning will bo heeded and at least for the present, tranquility «-ill be un disturbed. TUB CniNESE I.EOATION. Loudon, May 10.—The Chineso Icgatioi will bo permanently established in Madrid The new Chineso consul to Havana will go Madrid before proceeding to Cuba in ordì come to on nnderstanding with Spain c B Coolie question. ril.Pllc iilionlB—n rnrmr l>Grlcnre. I.) riSTOLIO PASTIMES. of the south and her referred to his own acUona doiting tïd'e^lit conneoted with the first moTement toward secession. He ^ke of Virginia'« procla- Ai^^ On., May 10.—After tho double looOiiira yasterdoy iu Columbia county, there ' was a strious affray between white citizens of McDuffle county, present to witness tho hanging. Twenty-five pistol shots fired and the following were wounded: Howes, in the band and hip; Cainy, 'ounded in the scalp; T Smith, o bystander, lightly in the hand. Tho shooting is supposed to have been the result of on old feud, , WEEKtV BANK STATEMENT'. Now York, May 10,—Tho weekly sroto-ment ot the assoeiated banks shows the following changes: Loans, Incrcoso, $:iri8,B00; speoio, inorcase, 92^'J,400; legal tenders, Inoreoso, $l,l,'i0,300; deposits. Increase, il0,(!0r>,m)0; circulation, increase, $-l,900| reserve, Inorrase, tl,7U,82'>. The banks now hold $10,08«,000 in oxcoss ot legal requirements^_ ^ ^ _ I. O. 0. B. B. OONOLiAVE. Memphis, May 10.—Extensive prepora-tion is made for tho meeting ot tho distriot gnnd lodge ot I. 0. O. B. B. No. 7, comprising the states of Tennessee, Mississippi, ^kamHs, Lonlsima, Texas, Fk>rida ^ Alabama, which' convenos hi this city tomorrow. (riiiliiili'Ii.Iila From oil accounts pleuro pneumonia >ng cattle out in the neighborhood of Darby, as mentioned in yesteiday's Times, is not general, Tho coses examined by Drs " jhenor ond Gadsden were In Upper Darby. Lower Darby no casesoro known. As to the generally accoptod theory thot cattle oneo infccted will dio in nino coses out of ton farmers who hovo hod exporionco with thi " leaso tell a different story. Bethel M. Custor, on extensive doirymon near Glenoiden, says that in IS.',«, when hi occupied tho Ponncoyd form, in Lower " irion, pleuro-pneumonio broke out omong cattle, the herd numbering obout seventy-fivo oltogotbor. Tho disease modo its oppeorauco iu August. Ho hod bought two cows at the old drove yord in this city ond driven them lUt to bis farm, both of which, within two loks after tho purchase, wore attacked with pieuro-pnoumonla. From them about ■■ rty others wore infected, obout half of which died. The other holt recovered and ihowed no trace of tho disease ofterword. Among tbo ones that got over It somo had so low with the disease that everybody who sow them thought they would dio. A poculior cose wos that of a two-ysar-olil leifer. Mr. CluBtetsays that it was so low ith the disease that ho made no attempt to doctor it, Ihlnldng it would dio onyhow. it tho animal reeovored, and, though it never became a profit to the dairy, it grow fat thot two years kter it was killed to supply tho fomily with beef. An examination otter death showed the animal's loft lung curled up out of shope, resembling more a cow's heart than a lung, and com plelely marblolzed. The other lung was sound and healtby. As soon OS the diseoso wos discovered among his cattle Mr. Custor soys that he proceeded to isokito tho sick animals from tbo healthy ones. At first he employed veterinary surgeons, hoving as mony as throo different ones relating thom ot different times. Aftorward he took tho treatment into bis own hands. The cottio were kept in clean sheds in bad weather, with plenty of ventilation. In the spring ot 18U1 Mr, Custer, having bonght {he dairy farm of his fother-in-hiw, down in tho neighborhood of Mount Moriah, loft tho Lower Morion farm, cattle and everything In charge of a brother, and moved down to his new placo. On the farm there were about fifty cattle. Not a single oow was removed from tho first farm, the Intention being to keep on each farm its own cattle. 7et, singnhirly enough, the disease broke oat on tho now farm among tho second lot ot cattle in the somo year that ho moved to i^, abont twenty-tour being taken down with it. altogether. Ot this number about tweWo died; tho others recovered, and became afterwards as good as thoy bad been before. Even on farms where the ntmoA< care was taken, farmers kitting thsir dairies mn down rather than buy new cattle and ma the risk of hifsction. the disease appeared somehow and spread among their stock. One of tho first symptoms of the diaei^e Jn the oattio, Mr. Custer says, is a falHng oS iti the milk. AU his cows became dry witbhi twenty.fonr or thirty-six hours after the diseaso had developed itself. erts modo sonotor, onci very iii.niy will it that thot olUce is nottolm nileil hy tlie present iegislaturo. Ho is too rciinoniical, governor; as senator ot WaHliiii(;lon his lauiple mightbo o beiiontto those wiukod and extravogant congressiiu-ii, Tlir(jraiiìi-fr.v of IlrPH« Inilliiutii",ln >.-nliii.-l. According to previous arraiigemciilfi the lady committoo appointjd by tlio Kcliool board to Invoiitigate and report upon tho utility ot continuing tho teachiuR of dress-cutting and making in publio schools nii-t yesterday ofleruoon, at tho rooms of 11 board. Tho schools whoro Ilio «ciclico taught had selected by vote three of the number to oppeor before Ilio comuiilleo ond extend their knowledge. Their sclocti was 0 matter of 'favoritism iu nmiiy ¡«sli cos, rather than of skill. Tho lusk asiiRnecl was that of cutting and lilting a lady' open bosquo. Mrs. Perry, formerly herself a dressmaker, who is opposed to the teoebing, was selected to eland as a model Her's is a dillloult form to lit, so Iho lodici lold the Heiilmd reporter, honco her scloe lion, Tho laily was measured by each ot the orlic upils, who then proceeded to of dross decided upon. Tlu ■ut the result ry gratifying to tbo 'friend« of the system. There wero thirtoeu pupils wlio eoiii-peted, and out of tho thirteen but one fnil ed. Thoro wero live good fil», which, fura first attempt, is cousidercd an extrll-iit result. Tho girls were trom ten to lo flftcc ii years ot ogo. Tho prize, o gold IhimMn, waa awarded to Miss Sarah Johnson, a iinpil of colorod school No 17. Tho greot monastery at Kiev ¡h tho richest and most holy of tbo Bomau shriuos. Tho tombs ot the saints aro iu eatocombs out in tho rooks overhanging the Dnieper, on which tho monastery stands. Over 10,000 pilgrims, from the provinces of Great Kusbia, arrive hero during tho courso ot the year, and their donations ore o great nource of wealth. All day long tho eulmncc is lined by rows ot boggarM, to whom Ihu [jh ty of the Hussion pilgrims compels tboiii tu extend charily. These persons hn\o bought from tho monks tho privilege of occupyinu the iirolilaiilo stations when they pass the ilay, and it is said thot somo of tbeso post« aro valued as high as a,000 roubles o year, Tho government is perfectly oworo of the whole system, but in faeo ot thomipcrstilion of tho people and tho firm ottitudo ot tbo lorgy, it is powerless, A good story in told if tbo Emperor Nicholas. At tho tiuio ot Iho great wors with Napoleon, Alexander I. worked suffleieully ou tho patriotism ot tho monks to induce them to mako o loan of 1,(X)0,0(K) roubles to tho govemmcut, for which tho emporor qavo his personal Loud. When Nioholns, shortly otter his occeasion, visited Kiev, the monks presented this bond to him. Nicholas was oirected to Icari, ciiii-grotulated them on tho possession of so valu-ibleo souvenir of his revered father, ond ea nestly bogged them to preservo it with 11 greotrsl eare. Tbo nunili tho last Ihrei sturtllng, b . lightning roil man Tho Wealberford Times, who wanU a railroad badly, is in despair ot the slow progress of tlio Texas Poolflc, notwithstanding its magnilleent land grouts. Tlio Louisiana Western is rapidly progressing, according to tbeColcosiou Gazetto. Sqimdi of men ore working all along tho line from Orange to the Mcrmonteau. Two siiioous of East Dollos hovo been burned by ineendiorics during tho past week and now tho proprietors of those remaining sit np with sliol-gims to wotcb their build-ings, Tlie AUHlin Statesmon, not much given to joking, says tbo loto rain storm swept Judge llancock'« well entirely away, leaving only o sniali holo in tbo bottom. An Italian sailor was found dead tho other <Iay on board the boat Bonnio Leo, his iicck being brtiken, Tlio coroner's verdict wnii that ho was killod by '.ho right pilman (if Iho boat, A mail named Vineyard was arrested the other day for slcaliug amuloatSwoct Home, lln was Inruod loose by o kind-beorted jUBlico, with only a ifli'.O flno and costs. l>r, Houston died tho other day ot ickapoo Springs, ond it is quite cortoin that lie was poi.soiiod by o man who hastily li-fl tho country about the time ot his death. Ayoiiug Missoiitlon named Fitzgerald, wliilu Kloppiiig at a boordiiig house in Waco, and niiilcrlakiiii; to toy with a pistol, accidentally shot himself iu tho knee tho other day, but not serioiwly. Thi? Iloii.ilon with thot thrilliug jour-nolaslio eiilorpriso for which it is so oolobra-led, has "dislrlliuled" the demoorotio state pliilforui, and now appears with the bell-punch law as htanding matter for its inside. Bev. K. E, Jienride, in chorgo of a Melhodisl church at Denison, oppoora to bo BoniothiiiR lit ¡1 naturalist as well as a prc.icbcr. He lias half a dor.en centipedos in eiiptivily and is sliidying their pecu-liarilic-H. Mnj. N- 1!. Alcoll, en(;iuoer of tho T. Jfc N. O. railway, wlio is now superintending the getting out of bridge limbers in Orange, eNliiualosllio loss by the Hood to his road at -•51100,000. ,So says tho Tribune. The ehii-f dodge now used by criminals Is buying iqi or inliuoiicing tho sheriff or his depulios to -siimiiion venires fovoroblo to the priaonrr; in oilier words, "stocking the juries;" getting the right kind ot men. All old lady who was oneo o girl herself, rites to tho young lady oditross ot the Caldwell Eagle, her abhorrence of kissing at ilry iiarlies. Tho editress throws cold water on Ibo old womon ond soys "bow very Ihei " .....SCHRAm ^ CO. OfTer In th»foUowlng DepartmentsShoes! Shoes! Shoes! For Mt«o« ana 0«ntp, Uie cl>OA|v«t and nobblMtt ^A* to bn li««1 In Uia et(y. Oitr mmIbIUm in ......... . ^ .........iH, ttondal* nntl SHpper«, tr« ltant(nl•^ tnd w« off«r uim it o«r Housefurnishing Coods DonalaUmt In pari of Wlilln and imi Tal,In Paniaalr, Towria, TnwelUma, Nlpklnil, Uaeal, MOi, «te., la moro i-omplet« thali at uj othrr ««a«on. We liav» a tory largo «u>ck, and the gowla inuM moY». White Coods. olTtr llie largeat and boli anorted atnek of Wtilto Qood«, avoli aa Violarla, Slahop SDII Uaaa taso, ....... ..... • .......... id OrgmndlM, Flsiir«;! Pli]«,« «nd UWB, RpeiMI Btiilaa, l'Ialn, Otireked tlIeallDn 1. oallnl to 0 ind Btrlp«! Nalnaook ir lame alook of llaniln irg Knikroldrrlea, wlilirta wm wll al ulramal; low ptloas. Clothing. For Oilnla, Youllia and Iloyi, __________ lafaetlon. Tlie unprrcedenUfd aalea lu onr MUllnery and Fancy Ol _____ „ thAt «re have llie nini conlplfte and dealraltle gooda lo be lud In Ihn oily, aaaortment, and Invite an oxamiiwilon of our 11 perfaoi Illing, ani) gnarantMd I« five tntlr« aat-id Fancy nooda Peparlmei It liare demonatrslHl Um fm< . We add dany HOVMIIU to oar imerooaatjlra before purohaalng. L. WOLFSON'S Ornnt IO.xliU>liI<m ol* Springs Sc Summer COODS rrciMilB Ilio UiHit Eitmalri' Slook ot Gr O O ID or all klnda that has rrer tiefn almwn here, boon In »»»ry way abundantly pruvlclMl for, InolndMtlia Ixat The mil r ranta ( ry tante t laillfs, yonng girla, gentlemen «ad bora bava - aatliOed. 'Hm alack ol Draw Oooda Oalloo«, .Tnoomîi«, Oi'urniKlloH, CjtM^iiailliiuM and Mo- I-adlHi* and Qlrla' Hata, f louant and liandaome, at tin Ladle«* Hllnpera In great variety, Uoiitlenim will nnil beforv, and alao UeiUlainou'a aud Hoya' Bunuuer UaUi, eliraprat prirea, Udlea'and niria BhoM and 'iFiiaut Huuiuior Huiu at lovu ptIcM than evar Examino all aii«l Buy the Bent. nr-All wUl do well la Ineptcl I., Wolfaon'a malilla Uia bla,old ealabllalud repulaUou aa 111 Kililbltlon latore biiyin it »bo baa taken tor bla -Ing elaewliare. motto- L Wollfon "Small Profits and Quick Sales. l'i I.-11. i'. Marin Stuart's fan, ono that ¡.hn bioiiylit from Trauco witii her, and kept throu(;h all tho unhappy years that followed, was formed t ostrich lips arranged about a jeweled button, with a slim-earvcd handle. Mario Antoinelte's ivory fan is sold by Balzac to bo tho hondsomest of the historio fans It was presented by tho city of Dieppe to lilequeen on the birth of her sou, the ilniiphin. Tho subject is an opisodo in tho life of Alexander tbo Great, wlion Porus, defeated ond o priBonor, refifln's to KUliniil, id demands to be treated oa o brovo Kldier and o king. Tbo great Miiee-donion, chnriiied with tbodariiig on hispris-gave bint back his conquered states. This interview is presented in a wonderful tho design by Vien, tho carving by La Flouiaud, whoso work bos nevorbeeu ex-idled. La Pompadour's lace fan, with its medallion portraits, is another ot the iirioe-less historio fans. It is ot finest Venotiiui Uco, so flno and eloborote thot it took nino years to finish it, and tho oost wos 8M,(iOO. It is divided into five sections, each enriched by on exiinisite niinoturo painting. —Thoro will bo circles on tho :22nd iustout tracting parties oro Miss Lucy Mau-1 Oi'd, to John S. Mason, Jr. wedding in high soci.il ■ Tho high sr.\TB wnwH. 1 OlMllgi ccloliratc "« 1' ■cs the oti-acled nicel- Sunday schools aro ilourishing Tho Yorktown Maifest will I to-doy. The Trinity is still rising, but llio K cinto U falling. Tbo railroad track is laid three mili of Orange. "Is the grange 0 fuiliin Weatherford Times. Tho Baptists aro lioWi ings at Flatonio. Fort Worth claims thai sho will hood of cattle this season. There was 0 heavy hail stor Donison and Sherinou Sunday. Bespeclablo rascality is whot the Sherman Begister calls corlain forms of steolliig. No preachers need apply—tor tbo position of school tcoilhor iu Denison. Tho Flatonia Argus promises to curry tho governor on account ot the veto. J. E. KIrby was lately elected colonel ot ono of the five reglmonts ot Texos volunteers. ship betwe proper these old women get to ho. Mr. Il0P.-;caii, wiio is dopniy oattio and do inKpiiclor at Webbervillo, reports that a.'l.ow) bond of cattle havo passed through that place thin season on rente tor western líales and territories. Tho drives are ro-uarkably heavy this season ond pricos high, Ouo McAllister, 0 walking arsonol, wolkod into O'Mealj's saloon Sunday, at Brenham, ilshot him, (O'Mealy,) twice, in the side d shoulder. Tbo wounds may proVo fatal. McAllistor is in jail. But the'Texas ode is inimical to tho rope and galio'ws. Dr. (leii. Biitberford is mokiug tho tour if lli.i ciittKl cities, oud bos gone from Gol-yuslon to llrazos Santiogo. Tho genomi lontiment througliout tho state now la "wo lave a health ofileor that con bo depended ipon; Gen, Uulherford is tho right man In tho right placo." At Ilillsboro tho other day a hid nomed Walter Mills wos seriously hurt by tieing a lioruo to him by a rope around the waist and ruling ouolher horse. Ono of tlio animals In coming frigbtonod, jumped, causing the lad to Iw violently thrown to tho ground. Tbo new la.v beoviiy taxing bos brought forth bod fruit. The'P pakico sleeping car company have withdrawn their slooping cars from the Texas railroods and they all go to Detroit at once. Won't the old fat follows curse the legislature aftur riding a night or two crookà np on a short scat t Brownsville Democrat: If Col. Latham was not known as a voracious gentleman^ and one not given to exaggeration, the fed-lowing might bo received with dOttt>t. Hi tells us that dnring tho groot storm ot last week hail stones largo os ordinal fell on Captain King's roncho, the Santa trades, ond that they killed several sheep and calves, by falling on them I He also soys that after tho storm enough Ice was cotbcred from the hail to supply the family for three days ! As tho colonel was a guest ot Captain King at the time, and an eye-witness of the storm, wo feel bound to accept it; butil'sohailof astory. Ed. Normon, colored, alias Joseph Starks, 0 deserter from tho United States army, at l-'ort (Joneho, was arrested at Dallas by officer CleiiicniR, Monday, on o warrant from Tom Green county, oud lodged in the station house. Normon and five other nei soMiers shot into a boll room at Fort obout two yea™ ogo, and killed three. after which oil six deserted and mule their escape. Norman left the state and re-turned a short time ago. Ho was identified by 0 colored soldier who was dopntisad and eamo hero to effect his arrest, A reward of ^.'/OO was offered tor him by the citiiens of Tom Green county. A Mexican working tor Mr. J. A. Deweese, FRANK FALKAS MILWAUKEE BEER, K E « IS K C! ». ^grezxty gtinrion Fest, sx". A. Cuenther & Co/s Faik's Bottle Beer. IO HjûlE L BÎR. O S Reduction in Prices B Y FROST AND BIRO. In order to doso out, wo %vill sell the lowinff articlcN nn<l many tiinilar g;:ood.«t at coHt: Coffee FoU, Milk Fani, Tin;,Toilet SeU, Tea Kottlei, Bt«w Pani, SpitteonB, Sadiron«, Kegi, Well Booketf, Waah Tabs, Mirrors, aardan and FloM Uoj], Spades, Axes, Srawi ttg Knivoa, IlamiBen, Angera, Bridle Blta, Eorso Braihcfl, Carry Oombi, Hand Saws, Clocks, Saddles and Saddle Bagi, Sbot Oc IM. Alio lamps, Sllvtr Table Castori, Floor Hita, Market Baikati, Xta, Bte Mihml on his sheep ranch in La Salle eounty, had a 9putc with Mr. Doweose abont aaettlement, id "■ ■ ' ,. • ■ - dispute with Mr. Deweese abont aaei and getting two companions, the trio, by means of clubs and a shot-gun, attempted to mpel Mr. D. to agree to their terms with threats to take tho lifo ot Mr. Dovireese if ho did not accodo to thom. Mr. Deweese, who by Iho way, is true grit, told tliem the Mexican's domonds woro nnjust and that ho Id not consent willingly to their payment. At this thoy became enraged and attempted by force and arms to take the life of Ur. Deweese, but as good luck woold hávait they eamo out ot the battle second beat ; ono of their number being shot and umost instantly killed, and the other two anrfen-dering tbomsalves unconditionally to Mr. D. who hod thom pUcod in the custody of tlie sheriff of McMulIen county. Wholes»!« and Retail dealer in Staple'and FancjGroceries, Fine Win«« Liquors, Tobacco AND Cigars. Oei itli>in Plata and Maikot St SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS pot iW d&wt/ BERG8TR0M BROTHERS, trbolmle and B lUn OMien m Ir; Eoois, Wi, BiiHib BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., CTB., WB*T ■XSa MXZOTABT VUUM, aamawToBio, rUMAM, All »eiiaH«alrlai,aaw«a.U as hmuUMlaw- r«t. Tbti blgbaat price paid Iu 0A8U lot Bldaa, Wixil, t'utlou aud all klnda of Pfoduoa, apis-sa B. 0. BOWBBS ft OOh Comms'n Merchants. ruOST HTBWt, MMW TOBX. ' OonaignmenU of all Taxas Frodoala HUaMal, (oottou only exceptad). Üben! advaMM iATÍi mAd^ and aooonut aal.« prooptlT raodared« liefer by permlaalon to Benna««, Tkmlsa * t»:kwoo<l, Vf agner k BuaiHl and B. 0, Buaetl. tl I«1T ;

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