San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 29, Ed. 1, Monday, February 22, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
5-Cont Cigar 3 Commorco
West Siclo Bridge
3 West Commerco Slroot.
Wholesale and Retail.
Volume VI Number 29.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS MONDAY FEBRUARY 22. I 886.
Only $5 Year
In New Goods!
The (litatct Violet) ncp n
Jlnrket In TOM DU INOItll
Wight til till.
LACE AND LINEN COLLARS I
For IjwIIc". JII.xk nn.l Chllilri
i:krlilml. f llltlicil U lillc iiiii
Emporium of Fashion.
Greatly Reduced Prices on all Goods.
TheEwhole Stock Re-marked.
BottomlPricesZorCeverything for a short time only.
SILKS AND SATINS
ml Colore J Main mi J 11 n
onnli. Bertres. etc. rum el llalr
and brocaded. 811k Pongees Die
all Drees Goods.
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He li now showing the luryc-it clock
id tllUKtl Of HotllK'U I
tlUt Ot Ull.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellujrs Ioinentlo l'rlnts (llnvhams A1piieaM'oiuforler ('union Klnimeli and IIoleiy.
Aniontr thu other thlnira ulildi ui'iu tiy txtftirtidy purehnxtl by his nifeuts mis the mut
umtnlflccnt Stock of Jirefitttlood'tor all k IiiiIh ct seen In any dry pood house In Tiiviit.
KsjHclal Rltcntlon hui Khen to putchaMnir 1'itll nod Winter Mlks.tiiKl heeun nloirhe I lie
inaust Imrynlus In
CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES AND HATS
iliu utock of Clothing- Is tho largest over brouyhi to Tcxnn and embraces hi t hi
late patterns Prlneo Albert. Cutaway. Frock and Pack Hullo. A very Inrtto
and complete Btock ot Ladles' Misers' Men's nnd I lot a' Shot's and
Hoots. A lull lino of stetson Pott and Mitt lints.
Also a full stock of
GI.NTIXMIjN'S FL'ltNlSI.IMI HOODS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ash liedroom Halts Wardrobes
Uurtalns Window Shinies Htw. Country
It It not the proposition TO OIVK TIIKK flOODS AWAY I
'jioucy nnd htneo will be wild only nt Kiently reduce I rules. In eon
stock and seeing prices every one will lie convinced that I mean biisin
STRICKER & ZOPFS
GolO nml Klhcr I'hitlntr anil Kugrai Inv. Wntclies anil Clock l!t iilrliK. Oulv tho melt
Rallied Workmen Emi.lojed. Strict Attention to all Ilimlnet. entriiMttHl to us. Otllee anil
Work ltooms opposite Oroos' Hank
KO. 14 NAVAHHCI STIIKKT.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
A. A. tnd r.A. BROOKS.
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
' DISPENSING PHARMACISTS
Bomb side Military I laa
BETTER THAN A SAVING'S BANK!
Invest some of your Earnings in the
Universal Bill & Loan Ass'n
tV-STOP PAVINO RENT by havlnir
iy Monthly Initttllinents. For rurtlicr
D. J. keahney Secretary.
INo. 4 East Commerce St. San Antonio Tex.
a I.Me Tlnii
Mil KM film
ell us Color
nml lll.it! i.
Our A..ortiucnt l the Laritc.t mmpil.lmr
nil Dm I.atc.t anil Mol Aipmicd Male.
Calmeieit (black aA eoloit-d. Ti leuls Mair
V Ueti nnd Veheteenn In nil eoIur plain
klnglc nml double tilth nml Trimming In mlt
ud 1'aticy Goods foi
Household floods nml ho will suit everybody
Parlor Suits Mohair parlor Hulls Walnut and
iirusseia aim injrrum uarpeis lmtrs .Maiiiiijr
i tilled promptly and sntisfictlon ttu
Main Plaza and Acequla Street.
ROBERT H. HUKSTOCK
South Flores Mn
this Allocation build jou i
House. I'nynlili' In
GEO. WAUGH President.
The Domocratio Presidential Pre-
rogative. The "Law" Writer of the Eiprtu Fore-
statl the Report of the Democratic
Minority In the Senate.
Editor San Anton In Unlit.
It seems that tho Sun Anlonlo Kxpreis
has a law writer tvI.o furnlsbt. that I xo". u it luakes very little dMer-
paper with the law upon all questions .. . i.. Menubllcans how the Presl-
at Issue In our City Council or In the
balls of Congress ; this law writer signs
himself "D U." After reading "I). 11"
upon the "I'retlileiitlal Prerogative."
We nro convinced that It Is u grrat mis-
fortune to the Deinocraoy that he does
not stand In Coke's or Maxey's shoes
and fortunate for the Hepubllcans that
this constitutional AJnxJhai not the op-
portunity to wipe tho Moor of tne Senate
with auch pigmies ns Sherman Kdmundi
'there may be kihk of the readers of
the I.iaiiT who are Interfiled In this
question particularly since the gret l.
11. lias come to the relief of the Demo-
cratic part)-. Had Hie Kxpreis walled
a few da)s longer they could publish the
law from a l'an Klectrlo stand-point the
very highest sonrc from which Demo-
cratic legal opinion can llow
'D. 11." procetds to show what the
constitution means but talli to quote
the statute under which the President Is
authorized to nil and eels un the
claim already set up by 'resi-
dent Cleveland that It Is tho
distinct "prerogative" of tho president
to make removals. A few quotations
Irom D. 1). are aiiUclent to sliuw his pe-
culiar style of reasoning ho saja: "l lie
constitution Is silent upon tbo right of
removal from olllce by the 1'resident"
and then In the next breath he adds that
"so sane person will question the posi-
tion that the power ot the Chief Execu-
tive to remove Is Incident to the otHco."
Further on he uialatalns that the Sen-
ate's "sole power consists In defeating
lmpropernomlnatlons by the President.1'
Tiiese quotations are euougti to satisty
any one list a constitutional Idiot that
D. II. baa mlstnkeu bla calling. The
constitution Is slleat so fur as giving the
President the right to remove any olllcer
appointed "by and with the consent and
advice of the Senate" and so Is the
statute under which the President nets.
Now let the patient readercarefuPy read
this section of the act quoted nnd It
will be made plala that for thu llrst time
It Is claimed to be a preildentlul pre-
rogative to remove un olllcer appointed
"by and with the advice and consent of
Section 1703. "During any recess of
the Senate the President Is authorized
In his discretion to suspend any civil of-
llcer appointed by nnd with the advice
of the Senate except Judges of the
Courts orthe United States until the
end or the next session of the Senate
and to designate some suitable person
subject to be removed. In his descretlon
by the designation of another toper-
form the duties of such suspended olllcer
In the meantime; and the person so
designated shall take the oath and give
the bond required by law to be taken
and given by the suspended ofllcer and
shall during the time ho performs the
duties of such ofllcer be entitled to the
salary and emoluments of tho olllce. no
part of which shall belong to the olllcer
suspended. Tub President shall within
30 days after the commencement of each
session or the Senate except for any of-
fice which In his opinion ought not to
oe lined nominate persons to mi ail va-
cancies In olllce which existed at the
meeting or the Senate whether tem-
porarily filled or not nnd alio In place
of all otllcers suspended; nnd If the Sen-
ate during such session shall refuse to
auvise ana coiweni man appointment in
the tdace of any sttstiended olllcer. then
and not otherwise the President shall
nominate another person as soon as prac-
ticable to the same session of the Senate
for the olBce
Now If It had been Intended to give
the poweror "removal1' to the Presldeut
the word "remove" would appear In
Klace of "suspend." The two words are
entirely different and distinct In their
meanings anu easily understood by any
one oi oruinary sense. 11 11 uau ueen ia
tended to conllne the Senate to the ex
amlnatlon ot the character of the tier.ou
nominated and not the causes for tho
suspension why the statute would say
ao lu plain terms; In fuct all the power
anu autuority oi lue rresiueni as io re-
movals or suspensions Is derived from
the statute "the constitution Is silent"
on the subject. The only power or
-removal" given me rresiueni is con
tained in ine provision autnormng mm
to remove the nerson anuolnted bv him-
self In place of the suspended office to-
wit: "and to designate some suitable
person subject to be removed In bis dis-
cretion by the designation of another
to perform the duties of such suspended
olllce:" that Is be has a right to change
his mind before the Senate acts upon the
matter. And In this his "prerogative"
tn remove alone exists. Had the act of
suspension by the President been Intend-
ed to operate us a removal then It would
havo been unnecessary toprovlde against
the suspended olllcerclalmlng the salary
during tae pendency of the case.
case oi ine refusal or the
Senate to confirm an appoint
ment the President Is allowed one
more chance to redeem himself by send-
ing In one more nomination but this
would not help the President In the
In all these discussions the tenure of
olllce section of the statute comes to be
lost sight or by tho law expounders
"Section J"G7.-Kvery person holding
any civil olllce to which he has been or
hereafter may be appointed by and with
the consent orthe Senate anu who shall
have become duly qualified to act
therein shall be entitled to hold such
office during the term for which he was
appointed unless sooner removed by
and with the advice and content ot the
Senate or by the appointment with the
like advice and consent of a successor
In his place except ttQrtreln otherwise
It is plain that this Is the law under
which this whole matter must be con-
sidered. The olllcer Is entitled to hold
his olllce tor the term for which he was
appointed unless sooner removed by
and with the advice and consent or the
Senate or by the appointment with the
like advice and consent or a successor
In bis place. In this section the Senate
must consent to an officer'! removal and
has a right and In duty kourd must ex-
amine Into the case and see If the ofllcer
has been rightfully deprived of his ten-
ure or olllce. If this was not the
case then the entire statute Is a hum-
bug and U (be Interpretation sought
to be put on It It to be accented to tliem
1 let It be repealed and one passed ex-
llclt and plain In Us terms leaving out
iuo tenure 01 oiuct. ami doming tur
President with tho power ot the Czar ol
uusstn. it iuo nenate a only rigut ac-
cording to "1). 11" exists In examining
Into tbelllnets or the appointees and not
Into the canies or removal of the sits
pended ofllccr then It la ridiculous to
rouble me senate wtiu matter at an
but assume that If the I'rrililcnt can
make no mistake In suspending to make
room In appointing am) then truly will
he copy the great Demorrallo Freslden-
dent and his Fan-Klectrlo-Telcrhone.
Cabinet act. If they conclude not to
surrender tho "Prerogative" and show
up the papers on which are based the
suspensions (of nhlcb. those In Judge
Kvans' caie are a sninple.) why the ma-
jority In Hie Senate will simply refuie
tnconflrm the appointments. If the Pan
Klectrlcs surrender why you can have
the offices and we will take the litera-
ture and furnish Itto the people for light
rending during the next two years.
A Letter From North Tsas-A Descrip
tion ot Gainesville. Etc
U.lil.T CljIlAlltiUllil l.ttfllt.
Jaii.-.viuk Tex. February In lssd.
"Let Ihrro be light" from Xorlh Texas
who read the I.niiir shining 100
tulles eoulb of this young city so near
the entrance or northern boundary of
the Jumbo State lleforo crossing lied
ltlver f-o southbound emigrant halls
Ith gladness the sight of Its many church
spires knowing therefrom he Is coming
Into a land of peace and plenty and
emerging from the woods alwnj Its sun
ny banks; the fenced nnd well cultlvatcd
furuis that meet the vision assure him
train that In lexas he won't have to
steal or starve but only dig and the fer
ine sou win prouuee as yeuowanu uoun-
tlful crops as the "dearold home" he left
behind In the woods or .Michigan or
some other snow-bound Slate lu the
North and Kast. Vcs this Is a farming
as well as stock country and many n
neiu oi iresu.piowca ricn uiiick eartti
ran now be seen that u few months
hence must chango to green nnd gold
and the bidding ol the sower and Old
Ualnesvlllels a pretty town and u good
one. The buslneit portion ol tho city Is
built around a largesquare In the center
of which Is a hnudsome courthouse. The
side streets make n good appearance and
have quite us many nnd as large stores
and I hone which face the square. Two-
story structures are the rule and In ull
respects It Is nently built up having
mauy very costly and pretly dwellings.
Street-cars gus water-works good ho
tels anu a signal service station are a
few or Its city airs. Churches I don't
know how many but ull ure ornataents
and or course useful In a pretty town.
Gainesville Is ut present the terminus of
a branch oftuo Mlsiourl Pacific Hallway
which Is soon to be extended westward
If (jould and son get enough shekels
from Henrietta as a bonus. F.nterprlt-
lng citizens ure also anxious to Bccure
the southern extension of the Atchison
Topeka A Santa Fo now projected
lliiough the Indian Territory. It should
get It and would glvo the town renewed
vigor und add many to the 8000 popula-
tion already there. Whltesboro u
neighboring town 15 miles distant Is
another live town of perhaps 1S00 peo
ple anu.iituaicu on an elevation wbere
one can see In nil directions a splendid
agricultural district und the dense woods
or Ited ltlver IS miles north. It cannot
be hid under a bushel there are many
slorets nnd residences on the hill.
Whltesboro Is the Junction of the Texas
Pacific and Missouri Paclllo Hallways
and eaoh mernlng and evening a lively
exchange of passengers takes them In
all directions especially Fort Worth
where they get on and or! again etc.
Eight Meiicans Slain.
Santa Fi: X il. February 20. News
has been received here from I.a Juna or
the killing of eight Mexican sheep herd-
ers. Eight of Solomon Luna's sheep
herders had a fight with a hand of
Apaches on thu Utile Colorado River In
Arizona which resulted In the killing or
all the former. Major Momos came In
from I.a Juna last night and stated that
two posses had gone In pursuit or the
murderers. The Mexicans Incline to the
belief that the killing was not done by
Apaches but by cowboys. The feeling
between the cowboys and sheep herders
has been bitter of late owing to dis-
putes over grazing grounds.
Sullivan and Smith.
IlosioN February 20. Mr. Harding
this afternoon said: "A match between
Sullivan and Smith Is as geod as ar-
ranged. 1 saw Sullivan this mornlnc
and Informed him that George W. At-
kinson of the London Sporting I.lfe
bad cabled that Smith's backer Arthur
Cooper a leading book-maker of Lon-
don aatlog on behalf or tbo Central
Club an organization orthe nobility for
whom Smith has been a teacher on
sparring was ready to back Smith to
light Sullivan for 1000 to 20000 but
without specifying where the fight
should take place. Sullivan authorized
me to' make any arrangements that
would not conflict with bit contract
with Connor. He preferred to fight
here but ir that was Impossible would
light In Ireland. He did not wish to
fight In' France. We decided on the
conditions or a challenge on behalf of
Sullivan. I return to New York to-
night or to-morrow. We shall forward
to the Sp.ortlng Lire a draft for to-
gether with a challenge on behalf of
Itlchard K. Fox as backer for Sullivan
to fight Smith for 1000 to 2000 und the
championship or the world the mutch
io laae piaoe in America nr ireianu. ac-
cording with the new rules orthe Lon-
don prize ring. If Smith consents to
come to America which he probably
will do we will allow $3)0. If he de-
cides that the tight muit take place In
Ireland he must allow i00."
Our tfitlonil Sim.
There are a good many oflheui. One
of tho principal ones Is cluttonv.
other Is eating too fast. The result of
both is dyspepsia lly taking llrown's
Iron Hitters dvsnensla arets knocked
out. Mr A. Eckenwalter 303 Popple-
ton street Ilaltluiere suBcred 12 years
from dyspepsia; after trying la vain
many different kinds of medicine was
cured br Brown's Iron Hitters
wrltei "1 to-day enjoy better health
iuun i nave lor years.
Tbo most popular cigarettes are the
Opera Puffa at popular prlcca. 4-7-ly-ai
Y. M. 0. A. at Caimo-K. L. of li. at
Schoti'a M. 1 W. U. at Meyer's.
Vounir M.n'i lleneiolcnt Ann.
' 18 'ou.nB "Mcn ' "rieo ini Alio
elation anniversary masquerade ball was
Riven at Casino Hall Saturday night
1m. and was attended br fully too pco-
pic maikers and spectators. Many beau
tlful and original costumes wete ssen
among which .Mrs. Mary Hoefilng as a
German peasant woman carried off
the prize for the best female character
coatutneam! Mr Henry Hoeillngcarrled
ofTthe prize for the best male charaotrr
he representing a Mexican tatnale ven-
der. Mils Ida Kttnzmann represented
the United Slates as Uncle Sam: Mlis
Clara llunre the "lllue and Grav;" Car-
rie Writer the Times; Louisa Welter
the I.iaiiT; Mary Welter tjitecn ot Night;
llerlha SlappenbrcK fairy. A well rep-
resented group or Araphoe Indians were
present In the parsons or Messrs. Krnest
anu r.iuu itesenuerg i;uaries rraasanu
Charles Welis. Mill Mlttl Goodwin
wore a beautiful ilren formed entirely
of crazy patch work which dress con-
tained 22.0OJ pieces the whole beauti-
fully decorateil with hand painting. The
Knights ot Labor were represented
by Mrs. Theodore Kunzmann and Miss
KuDztnann and one group rep-
resented tho four seasons Mlis Annie
Gutrelt as tlrlng Miss C. Gutzeltas
summer jir. i.ouis uuizeil tail amiur.
Albert Huppertz winter. Miss Mamie
Halnr. as grandmother Mrs. A Knrl-
qurz a serving maid Mrs liuchettl as
night Ida Clemens and Annie Stein-
melz flower girls; Lena Croll fortune.
Many other costumes were there but
owing to the masks being removed too
late could not be learned. The city
band rurntshed excellent inuslo. Sup-
per was served by Mrs. 1!. U. Nixon
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Tronnler had
charge orthe cloak room.
The committees In charge deserve
great praise for the complete aicccss or
this ball both as regards Its manage-
ment and the excellent order which pre-
vailed. The Knights and Ladles of Honor
gave thtlr masquerade bull at Scholz's
Hall and the allalr was so well attended
as to make the very attempt nt dnnclng
Insupportable. It wasthe beitarranged
nnd most successful ball ever given by
this lodge In tills city for wblch the
committee deserves great praise. The
costumes and characters represented
were coitly nnd well taken. An excel-
lent nipper was furnished by Messrs.
Slmmang A llampel nnd muilo was lur-
nlihed by McAllliter'a orchestra.
The Mechanics and working Men's
anniversary ball took place at Meyer's
hall. This was not ft masquerade but
was Just as enjoyable and was qtilto well
attended taking Into considera-
tion the tiurabei of places or
amusement In the city. The hall was
nicely decorateed and a Mexican band
played the dance music. The commit-
tees were us follows : Floor Kd Ashley
und Herbert Meyer. Heceptlon -Albert
Jacobs and W. M ISartholomew. Tick-
A masquerade ball was given at Gar-
ronl's Hall In the First Ward Saturday
night and was a complete success. The
commies worn were excellent and In
numbers fairly ranked with the attend-
ance at the other balls that night.
The best of order prevailed.
The Slaughter of the Innocents.
LMIIor Sun Anloiilul.lulil.
A few lines on that famous shade tree
In Trout or Dr. Jones' residence on
Klralra street. That tree hod received
his death warrant and It was about to
he put Into execution but for tho timely
Intervention of Dr. Jones. It Is a great
Iiaril-lilp to see these old landmarks out
dowii many are the growth of a life
time and should not be cut down with
out a vigorous protest :
(Hi! Nelion; imni I lie tree
Vml wear a famous iiiinii'
"A name when Tew ntMiveoMUiim'N .litrk
Control In 1 li stilliiivfl his name."
till! stately trco I
Him liu fin po
Ami Ncltton'i mc
Hcareely! had tho fatal r
Itetreatt aecmed hut the better pint nr aloi
ItcniniiBtanec wa. all In lain.
Tin. llocturlield tho Kurt tn.aw
An lion to scu thy npculhK hud's aaalu
I low can rcll etli omen decree
Tu take a liro he cannot sit e.
Ill .lately pride though but atrce
luhuinhlc allent piajer ho a.k. to livc
llow ort t thy dark jrreen troughs w ere sough
The Teathery trltaj to tildo away.
Ilrlaht. early laorn with their mellow note.
In their shade by day their lullaby.
ThoGod of naltlro placed mowhere !lani
A itrlklnr emblem of mankind. 1. .aid.
And )et they irrudirutno this lilt o' land.l
r'nill irratltude fur )carfl of filemll shade.
miner day. J oil oft may g-a
lie useful u. thou h.MtJ been
It mile our eei. when .torm fiend lie.
II anion my Htaleiy eerTcen.
May jour irrccll bouirh. ever tlourKh (
8 IN AH IOMIII Ki t.. '-'"til l!-.
Chinese Damage Claims.
SiN Fiiixi'isco Cal. February 20. II
the damage claims wblch the Chinese
representatives preferred can be brought
to a bead the antl-Mongollan riot und
xpulslons ure likely to cost the people
of the United States a round sum. At
the Chinese consulate yesterday Oua
Yung Ming Chinese Consul-General
made a statement that claims amount-
ing to over $500000 have already been
filed In the Department of State for lost
or life und property.
The following document was picked
up on the streets this morning by a hack-
driver und was enclosed In a envelope
addressed to A. Llghtrlb Palestine
Texas llolh the address und the letter
was written In red Ink as follows:
San Antoxio Texas February IS 18S0.
1 challenge you to a mortal combat
anu 1 leave li io you to name ine weap.
ona and the place for us to fight on
You choose vour second: have uir sec
ond already; y.u must fight me any day
oeiore next weeir lourairuiy
The only olgarettes which Jo tot
iiiokio iuo tips are opera i iinv.
Store Is crowded everyday with bargain hunters.
Tlltll II till' Ik. I
l.leiice tliat our MAllKl'.I) DOWN I'lllCI'.H are appreciated .o-.metlilnff
now iil.ld to the llnriraln Counter every day.
al.ln- leiuilhi a.rtcd plain and Tanoy
irorMcdn Sin. worth nnd nip MM rem-
nant. the end. nr Ihn eli..li-l fabric lirlcen
t In hair. What wild rr So Ir lard tail
IS'ici :ioctrn"d. foi
n.l many other deilr-
the It (i
at SI .71 fl.iu
ai pieces double lth colnrnl
hair. IrrlilcKii'iit l.u.ll oai
c. fH.r.i. fin iil i
li 111 uo injt. Il'.i.ui ami 3ii.
(Irar ihlni M I la circular at M.lm worth .i
lli'illn mill Mherlau clnulara. In Mack nt
tdtil worth Shim.
Ottoman .ilk circular. fur til Imr nml
i( ii 1 1 1 -. liiiinir. nt III. .vi worth stii .Mi.
IT flu worth fit
imK-aiH Ottoman silk short
ap fur tilts
liny nn.l firnilinetitfl. HI..V). uorth 1
llluek hII-wdoI NewmarketMhfht 111 tlnir. Tull
nl lor lln hit. at H.fti worth ft loo.
llluek senn. Newmarket .bnilil.-bie.iMt.il.
irhl-tlitltiir. ul sit in ut.rili tin
t h e I'a hV
An early call will convince the most skeptica
that the above prices have never been touched be-
fore. No samples cut during this sale.
SHAFER & BRADEN
31 West Commerce Street
Mole .Weill for -
"HOME COMFORT " RANGES
. r.. Un. and Fleam
Coo. H Kaltoyor Prosldont -
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Own Your Own House.
The II fill series of stock In the Mer
chants and Mechanics Uulldlng and
Loan Association Is now open. Parties
desiring money to build nr purchase on
euay moniuiy insiaiimenis win tto wen
to cull und examine our system.
W A. MoNY.NGK Secretary
Itooin No 8 Soledud Itlock corner Hous-
ton anil Soledad street. 1-2-Vtf
stoik Books Open.
The books are now open for tbe sale
ot stock In tho Universal Uulldlng and
Loan Association at the office of tbe Sec-
retary at No. 4 Kast Commerce street or
P. O. llox Sefl.
l-:tO-!m I). J. Kkarnky Secretary.
.hut arrived rrom Nursery new
stock of roses und pot plants special va-
rieties. Y. W. Burnt
1-23-tr No. 3 West Houston St.
Kay's ICeiilucky Kuru or l.lulmcnt ha. Imcu
1. mo In Kentucky tluce. law. and In Tela.
Blnc4il.il. When you need a liniment try It.
For ale by F Kalteycr & Hon.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
ahould always be used for children
teething. It sooths the child softens
tbe gums alleys all pain euros wind
colic and Is the best remedy for diar-
rhoea. 2." cent) a bottle. 7-23-lyr.
(loslntr out of Hosiery.
rilMhleli In tnnketR wo Mhlblt
ken lots nini sii
i I miles' mlss nnd
let! colors nnd slcs.
If Ofial loin pairs fanelc. and solid color.
nt 6U( worth fro to Wo.
it QRr J TVlpalrafancte. and solideolors
ftl 0U( wnrtli from One to t5o.
30 dozen ladles' 5l.cn Jarn fa.li-
Mai). toned French feet
''v 311 dnien ladle.' solid colors end
ranclw.wortti kj to 3T(o and uc.
Ol her odd lota fancy Male thread and .Ilka
at thcamocut. 4
i flno white merino uudrrr
luecd froui tVio.
One lot Indies'
Ir. whlta m r I no I
73 dozen Infants' children'
nl "&C worth 91.UU.
cMs nnd drawers nil cut down In the
Mucks full sle mutltu underskirts
Un at V
ornet at :)0o a htiiiraln to an) bod
dous bltf pile of knit eh awl fill
I'ltlcr.' Kuupllcs and Allx.to. I'acklur.
Otto Koohlor Soc and Manager.
For Sale at a Bargain!
with four roouil uiidmul.houses fine
loeard ami orchard Irrlg-ulile. Inquire on
remlso No. It South street. Fourth Ward.
A HEW SHOE SHOP.
tlatf-Soled anil ll.Ud ragged. SO Unla.
" ' ' S.w.d 15
tr-lcialrlnsr at short notice neatly done.
Call and ei amino my work. No. Ill Ka.t
29 Acequla Street
Near tho Main riaza San Antonio Tolas.
Kinrdoycrs dealiimr holp. luolt a house ser-
vants farm laborers herders ota can always
bo supplied with aood rcUablo persons male
and female by applying1 aa abnv. Parties
ibMlrlni employment of any kind will please
call. Particular care and attention aiven as
to character of help furnished. Iteferenoe by
Telephone No 311. V IIENIIV Mam
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