San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 24, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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She Daily t&ight.
Wodnosday February 24 1886.
The Large! Assortment and tl Murrains
ore olTcilnir lit
(Icncml ItoiuefurnMilnjr GtU. We el 111
continues to knock prices coM. If lou mtd
unjtlilnfr to ftirnlsh jour tablo or decorate
jour homes cotno una w us. H.l.Tlli:
MOST IlKAL'TIKUI. HTOlli: IN TKXAH
wherojoucanbuj (ioods Cheaper than any
BERCSTROM & GRAY.
Livery Static! & Hacks Connected
Hack No. 1011 12 13. II 111. Undertakers
nm 24 llluiu street nml Htabli opKlto
Monifcr Hotel. IIMIe. embalmed ami shipped
all lKimti Inth. Union. only Whlto Hearse
the Cllr. Open liar nj Night. Tel. IN).
CARTER & MULLALY.
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
42 nml 44 Aliiino Plaza
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
Attention yivrn to forwnrdlnir
uirtN or tlit- United tMiile. Ti h-
tlun. Culls nth mini diiv nml
A Very Cloi Shive.
voi'Mi (ji:int(ji:si'i:Nci:itHin h.n.iut
h1f.iinpii.1ly Mill! und mcd Hi tlio j
nail. In th III II" Vlllmro or Nutem. M
chtm-tt. Tlic)imiijf man vim Inn nir honn
to return to tlio loiet iomceix mile dWt mil
to ifct urt no buck that ho hod killed the day be.
rorv llavlntrnrrlved at tlio place he hu de-
lighted to And tlmt I tin wnU va not discov-
ered IiU prize and hastily throwing the rt In
oer his horu's luwl ho dismounted and pro-
ceeded to sharpen liM knit c. As lio wnsir)-
Inir tho blade bo heard u slliflit einekle of a dry
tv.iif und before ho could turn to Hut hint runt j
rftle ho was surrounded by twenty red painted
samites. Heforo lio could dlmlmnro fih iltie
lio wui sJcd Htid 1-ound mid tlitl on tho biuk
of a cry oor borne. Tlio red dot lis then tied
the buck to tho back of uuothcr. nml nlier
1 dajs Journeytiur arrhed tit thee
life white brother
id Untencd fur hours until nt hi
hHiisr made of loir oireretl no oMlhlo escape
except thnUKlilhudtMr iH-ioreMhIeh lny tho
Indian iruuiil snipped In hi blanket with his
rltlo by his side reiuly for Instant line. Visions
of homo cu mo up Ik.' fore tho jouiur man; of
Ills Btteetticiirt and bis dear old mother w ho
at his father was dead would be leit nil limit
a support and tlio young man determined to
lotie no chance of escaping (Untieing around
bo noticed n hutchet Ijlng on the tloori to gel
It was tho object which he nt lust ucu imp) Isticd
by rcachlnglt with his feet Finding it millo
sharp lie soon severed his tuindt und tt It limit
waiting Jumped tow ard tho guard w hose iptlck
ear detected tlio movement and ho bad risen
on bis elbow; butHpencer was toonulck.nnd
tho hatchet dcMcended on his bead and ho
sank back dead without even a jrnmu. The
old ik. u aw who ulio whs napping now awoke
und started to glvo tho ahum but Pencer
vallzlnjr his danger
eouaf to tho
louslr thruuirll thPCLii.n. and nrier trarclt.iu'
four days with littlo ornothMg to eat bo U.
Ig oer him. ho wan about to difpulr wliei.
bo saw something glistening In tho sunset's
glow which mado his heart tlimb with do
light: There swinging In tho autumn's iiirbt
was Undo Kmerson's three golden bulls.
Have-ll tiavodll HavislMI ho cxclalme1 and
In a few mo incuts Undo ilmerson had bitched
up the team loaned him two dollars and ni-
cent pistol mid dclhered him safely to his
mother and b wee t heart Kmerson bolOi the
bridge to help tho boys over You bet I
IjWI SALE Chrun now 0-room Iioupp uimmI
13 lot duo block tmin Avinuo U. AilJn-i
J7 L. N'wi.Vurat conur Avtnuo II ntul Unit
FOR SALE-A larimln-a ir(l rock liounc nn.l
lot on AtrimuoK.nvorKiiu IwOKUller-
Iva bay wliuloir itublu ami carrlairo homo all
In iplcmlltl condlllon. Acltln.8 R No. ttw Av
.uuu 11 Pau AntonJo Tuiuj. -K-tr
i Tapeliait It
AFIRST-CUSS iborougli Engineer and Ma-
chlnlst desires a situation. Is competent
to put up and run any kind of machinery. Ad
dress. T. ii. J. this olllco l-lAMf
For Hoarseness Whooping Cough Ppusuii
of tho WInd-plpo known as crowing dfseaiie
and ludood lor ail pulmonary ailments tnot
common among the littlo people ilOULUV'ti
TWOIIITCOUOII HVHUlr is a certaln.cure.
For lalo by F Kalteycr k tion.j
IMPORTANT ir you desire city trade silver
Use In the Light tho most generally read
pDr In tho city
affFor everything needed in the lum-
ber line call on F. J. Ueltel. at Inter
.national and Great Northern depot ly
Undertakers Funeral Directors
RAYS OF LIGHT.
CathtreU Here and Thr by the Local
A chili) of I'rofrnor J. K. Sinllli i
l'rceli ilock of wnll paper nl Hlrecl'a
aw Katt Iloutlon atreet. 'J-lU-Ct
That St. Jacob' Oil conqucra pain
hna pa eil Into n houttliold proverb.
Tht 'phyilclam ileclore tba precnt
had ntaiberto ba cry bail for pneu-
monia. .Mr l'eter Jud laconllned lo her bed
on account of Injuries received In u fall
the oilier day.
Teama daihlnK through the muddy
ttrccta apladilnK pedeatrlana ihoulil be
atupped by the police.
At Bcholz'a Hall on l'ebruary 23
Karl llocclua will lto lilt llrit rcadlnt;
of Fritz lleutcr'a worka.
lEoxana W llllntin nged 20 n colored
woman living In tho becond Ward died
last Monday from puerperal fever.
New Ilraunfala. Hint ttald littlo burg
Intends to Indulge In revelry on March U
Willi a grand Mardl-Uraa carnival.
Tho settlement of the strike on tho
Morgan lino hna been received wltugen-
era! aatlifnctlon by local brukeiiicii.
The non-Jury docket which waa to
have been called this morning will not
take place H'a.li Ilrooka' trial prevent-
At 0 o'clock yesterday evening the
Jury panel In tho Wnth Ilrooka caie waa
accitred and the trial of tho prlioner fur
rape will be continued thla morning.
The crazy Frenchman (lettlneau
who stole a pistol nnd threatened Mr. J.
II. l.acoste Is nn escaped luimtlo from
the Austin Asylum.
Two warrants liavo been Issued this
morning by Justice Crawford for tho nr-
rest of Kd. Moore ho violating the law
by silling lottery tickets.
Olllcer Garza reports a bad hole ex-
isting In the bridge over the San 1'edro
creek 'on Dolorosa street which tho
Street Commissioner should Investigate.
A view from the Kamntnunn build-
ing shows the city gradually nsstuulng
an emerald tinge uuder the lnftueocs of
the warm spring rains upon (be shade
Tho bar 1U lures of the old White
Klephant Saloon are being shipped to
I. us Vegas. X. M. where tho Muntezutua
Hotel has been leased by the owners of
Tho many friends of Mr. Krastus
Itecd will bo glad to know that the late
financial dllllcultles or this will-known
firm bave been inllfuclorlty and uuilcn-
Street Commissioner .N'cIsor Is neg-
lecting tho business part of lloiutun
street badly. Tho street Is full of deep
holes nnd several carriage springs bave
been broken by the Joltings.
Sellg Dcutschmann was this morn-
ing consigned to durnuco vile. Ho is
charged with receiving stolen gooils
over the value or J'JU nnd complicity In
thertceat attempted burglaries In this
city und Uoczal.s.
The citizens or tipper North Klores
street are complaining otluelooseitock
cattle principally which are allowed lo
run nt large on that and adjacent streets
which nrr ileslrojlng nil young shade
trees that are being planted.
A bill car belonging to Hall's Circus
was robbid or n lot or bills rubber
stamps ate some days uro and It Is not
known whether tho robbery took place
whllo the car was on tho road or while
It was standing sidetracked In thla city.
The MUlett ltroi. sold I. Letts .t
Wnttcrs a bunch or UHJ feeders (steers)
to bo shipped to lown and oorn led for
Sain head. 'I lie Mlllelts will ablpIIDU
head or tho same kind or stock to their
own rnnch In Kllsworth County Kan-
sas for fattening.
Tho Mexican nho was found shot In
the head near San Juan .Mission the par-
ticulars or whlcu were reported In yes-
terday'a I.taiir has been brought to the
city and is lying In a critical condition
at Santn I.osu Hospital: his name Is
Kuseblo del llalle.
Mr. J. II. David olthlsclty basjust
shipped n car load of acclimated Here-
rerd yearling bulls to Nueces county to
Messrs. Itlchard King Jr. Adams Bros.
(leorge iteynolds C. U. Wright and oth-
ers Urge ranchmen In that section. The
stock came Irom Williamson county In
Several articles supposed to have
been stolen by young lloubel when ar-
rested recently have been Identified.
Aui.ng there Hustwo'One-rburlu inch
brass beer valves belonging to the Lone
Star lirewery; two one-Inch valves be-
longing to A Schoiz and one brace nnd
bit belonging to n man named llruce.
lloubel was discharged from the brew-
cry last September.
llehenrslng Is going on lively at Ca-
sino Hall every night now for the grand
carnival hall to tako place March 8tb.
A general rehearsal of all the parts takes
place to-night nt Casino Hall. The oos-
lumen nro being rapidly prepared many
6r them are being received rrom New
York. Only members and invited guests
will bo allowed to witness this grand
Cross-walks are badly needed on North
Klores street rrom llodrlguez street
north ns rar as tho San Pedro crossing.
Particularly Is one needed at the corner
or Marshall street where the school
children nre compelled to wade In the
mud to cross to the new Second Ward
In the above court this morning tho
following cases were disposed or:
William Dutzlcr drunk lined .$5.
i red Weber drunk 15.
Oeorga Weber drunk $5.
Peter Fenley vagrant dismissed.
John Hiegate drunk and dlsorderlr
dismissed ro'-wa'U of prosecution.
A Well-known Man.
Mr. James E. Relnsburg til wldsly
known lecturer on political economy
and social problems has been pursuaded
through the efforts of several lnflutntlal
citizens to deliver a lecture In this city
shortly. Mr. Relnsburg has received
the endorsement or the ols-atlantlc and
trans-atlaatlo press as being one or the
most Intellectual men'of the nge.
A Military Plaza merchant Mr. O. II.
Davis lert the city Monday evening
rather suddtnly. Ho closed his store
went home and things not going Just to
suit him be donned bis best clothes
took his pistol and all the ready money
he had and left on th train for Austin.
He has had domestic trouble some time
and this Is supposed to be the cause of
his sudden departure.
McSorley Coet Free
ilcSorley the man whom Olllcer Sum-
mers arrested last Saturday for being
drunk and disorderly wns dlmlssed by
the Recorder this morning. A large
number of witnesses principally Mill-
tary plaza merchants testified that bo
was not drunk and that Officer Summers
was totally unwarranted in arresting
case before Justice Crawford against
Ofllcer Summers for assault on McSorley
came up this morning but wis oontlnued
Good Dullness Outlook From Here to
Mr. Charles Urae'jner. tho wide-
awake traveling salesman has re-
turned from a last week' trip to
Laredo and the towns on the Interna-
tional nnd Ureat Northern Railroad be-
tween that point and this city. Speak-
ing of the general business outlook over
the route be passed Mr. Uraehner said
to a I.tuur reporter:
All along the route the country was
dry very dry all the water holes empty
nnd the farmers stockmen and sheep-
men's Interests were trembling In the
balanc Owing to the dearth of rain
the lambing nnd calving s.asou was on
and the young animals were tonnenk to
drag themselves tn water and the grass
while good enough for the strong entile
andshep was too dry toaflord mois-
ture for the little ones and they per-
ished rrom thirst mora than hunger.
The rain or tbe past row daya has been
general In that section and all this will
be stopped and great prosperity will re-
sult. When I was at Pearsall Cotulla
Devlne etc tbe stores were doing noth-
ing and business was at astnndstill At
Laredo business Is looking up the
small-pox baa disappeared entirely both
In old and new Laredo. Oood prices are
expected lor wool this season and the
domestlo market Is entirely bare. Mex-
ican wool Is now no competition against
American staple as the duties are so
high none can be Imported.
'lh. country between here nnd Pear-
sall la being lilted with farmers nnd Is a
good farming country; the soil Is a
sandy loam easy lo work nnd yields a
half-bale of cotton to the acre easily.
That la th. yield last year. The far-
mers had their fields ready ploughed for
this rain and can now go to work put-
ting in their crops.
An enterprise that will greatly Im-
prove Pearsall Is tbe new corn mill cot-
ton gin nnd Ice factory which has ust
been started under the management of n
stock company. Oood cheap Ice oan
now bo had by the Pearsnllltes all sum-
mer. The peepl. along the International
route took greater precautions thla year
against tbe small-pox than ever before.
At Cotulla the Mexican (purler of the
town was quarantined and circulars
were sent out to all points warning the
citizens of the dang.r or Infection.
Laredo Is filled with stock-buyer
after horse stock principally and prices
are getting on a boom.
Moodyand Sankey Meetings.
The pastor or the First Ilaptltt Church
of this city wishes hereby to give notice
that the members ot his church nnd those
who nttend his church services who de-
sire to attend the Moody and Sankey
meetings can be supplied with tickets
by applying to him nt his residence No.
10 Jeflrrson tdreet tn rear of the Itnptlst
Church. This notice Is Intended to
reach any whom 1 have not yet been
able to supply. J. A. IIaikkii
Just before dusk last evening Olllcer
Chadwell arrested a colored man nt the
request of Mr. Correvon for thott that
gentleman alleging that the mannas
wearing n bat which had been stolen
Trom his store on th. Dili Inst. On being
arrested tbe man explained that he had
bought tho 'bat from another colored
man named Iluckner and on this state-
ment lluckner was shortly after arres-
ted tho first man whose name is not
known being subsequently discharged.
The second day of tbe cocking tourna-
ment nt the Fashion Theatre was well
attended J ssterday afternoon. Only t n o
r.ialn tights took place; these were be-
tween Roblson's black red and Coy's
red Claiborne 4 pounds 13 ounces
weight; won.by Coy In 9 minutes. Coy's
dnrk red versus Roblson's black breasted
red 4 pounds 15 ounoes; won by iiobl-
son in 3 minutes.
Two Interesting hock fights took
place on which considerable money
Coy's brown red versus Love's black
red 4 pounds 14 ounces; won by Coy In
Coy's domenlck red versus Love's
black red 6 pounds ounces and D
pounds 7 ounces; won by Love In 7 tuln-
N.w Suits Filed
The following new cases have been
filed In tbe District Court:
O. H. & S. A. R. It. Co. vs. K. I). L.
Wlckes for debt.
Hettl. A. Fisher vs. a. II. A s. A. R.
R. Co. for $398.'0 dnmages. Plaintive'
husband belnr soilded to death.
Robert A. illghtower vs. City of San
Ant.nlo for damages.
Megleyllro-. vs. 0. II. A 3. A. R. R.
Co. for damages.
William K. Orant vs C. L. llalberh et
al stilt on note nnd to foreclose Hen.
O Sellgson & Co. vs Galveston Hor-
risburg and San Antonio Railroad Com-
Isabella Chenault vs h. 0. Chenault
divorce cn grounds or cruelty.
Oeorge II. Henchman vs. Margaret S.
Hums et al. debt.
Francisco Outlerr.svs. A. P. Rlvas to
try title and for damages.
William Cameron Ji Co. vs. Tom Har-
rison to foreclose Hen.
Grand Jury Report.
The grand Jury completed Its labors at
noon yesterday and submitted the fol-
lowing report :
Hon. neonro 11. Noonnn. Judge Tlilrlr-so-enth
District Court Uciar County 'fuses.
Sin. The grand Jury would respect-
fully report that they have examined
all cases presented to tlnm for their ac-
tion and have acted thereon ; that they
liavo examined tbe county Jail found
tho same kept clean as far as practical ;
but one or two ot th. prisoners nre
without change or clothes. IV. would
recommend that some steps be taken to
remedy this derect to prevent sickness
We have also examined Into the sub-
ject of aflldavits being presented to the
court for continuances In felonycases
nnd find some bnsed on false premises;
uuu wo luriuer nnn mat witnesses coi
log before this grand Jury have evident
ly oeen lampereu wnn uy i
lore appeanug lo lesilir.
We have examined the Countr Haul
Overseers' reports and llnd rrom them
that tbe roads are generally In good con-
dition and that city and county olllclals
are working harmoniously together to
connect roads and facilitate trade.
Signed John II. Bolton. Foreman; W.
T. Mcthllng. J H. Presnal A D Jones
W. A Wullaoe Thomas lirndy James
Daugherty Louis Oge Sam Maverick
John 0. Beok 0. F. Beltel J. S.Ramsey.
Remember th. Auction sl.
At the Whlto Klephant Thursday nt 10
a. ni. Iron safes billiard tables line
glass and plated ware liquors cigars
etc etc 2 23-2t
Every llrst-class dealer sells Opera
Pulls cigarettes. Avoid Iniurlous Imi-
I. F. Hlnes M. I). of Florcsvllle Is at
the St. Leonard.
H. S. Tom n large slock-rnlser of Fair-
view Wilson County Is nt the St. Leon-
Colonel Rip Ford Deputy Hulled
Stales Internal Revenue Collector Is In
W. II. Sayers a cattle raiser of Uonza-
las County Is III the city stopping at th.
"Captain Oeorge S. Deals tho "One
Horse Farmer." is registered at the St.
Leonard. He comes from the West this
Mrs. Jonathan Harris who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs Nelson
Clemow has returned tn her Home In
"Mr. Charles Hclllgmann ofCnstrovllte
Is In the city to visit bis brother Mr.
Herman llrlllguiann of this city. Char-
ley Is nil smile's nnd It Is currently be-
lieved he Intends soon be married to
one of the charming voting Indies or that
F.dwardn Rade V. A. Filch Laglo
Pass; 1'. Kelly. St. Louis; L. M Lane
.MUlett; Capt. P.. II. Mlllett 1'ansns Cltv;
J. P. W hile Now Mexico; Cot. W. K.
Jones Uorzalrs; Miguel Cnud New Or-
leans; W. P. Hudglns Marshall; Dr. A.
W. Van Ness New Vnrk; II.Myer New
Orleans; A. Battels Henry Use. Colum-
bus; J. J. Thaium Auburn; J. K. Holies
Detroit; O. 11. Jones Vernon; Sidney
Shepherd F. W. Daniel W. II. Love
Austin; J. B Miller Seguln; R. II. Her-
rera Floresvllle nre at tbe Southern.
tteporteil evprensly for Die l.littir. by 8.
rioj.l A Co. 21 Kloibi.l 81ns I :
Nl.w Viiiik 1. brtmry 21. Cotton - 8hi
Id" bntcs. Ksi.
i.i sul I April SUUtWBi Mav
v.iritw.l-i! juiy v.iN'i:
ll.Sli fi'iitenilH'r. 0lllHi lh-
IoInt. .t1.!i.is NmcmlHT MWTex wis llieeui-
lerK.1tttl4.ttl. Nr.w Vopik. lVbrunry 21. Sloek Market
Norlhwetlern llil'.l liclnwiiri' hii! Imeku-
w mi na. lT'.t tt. Paul Ul.'.
I.iviiiisxiu lVbrunry 21. Cotton Fpots
.lull! mlildlluir l-IH'-l: llileum. I VI; suits
n.w luili'st mt'liits 2s.iui IihIi-s: American
2T.tslD bales. Futures sleudy: rfhruttry..Mreli.
LIT; Mureli-Arll S.ltl Airll-.Muy I.U.
Cnirn February 21. -Iltaluund proxlslou
market Wheat Muy Hetik Nk. Corn May
timly C'.e. I'm L u-ailr Slay 1 1. 1.'1. Ijml
sleml) Muy 0.12'..
LOCAL bTINESS NOTES.
Have shirts made to order at Voung
A Arnold. If
Twenty-five cents a trllle. Red
Star Cough Cure Invaluable. Prompt
New spring derby lints now rendy at
Voting t Arnold. If
When j nti need any Job prlntlngrnll
around nnd get prices nt the I.iuiit
Some very choice spring stills al-
ready received at I'ancoast A Son.
.lust received n new lot or gents Tur-
nlthlng goods at Fox's 271 Commerce
I'ancoast A Son have tbe new shapes
In spring hats.
If you wish losrctire n home or jour
own on easy terms you will llnd it to
your Interest to call on tho Secretary or
the Universal Building and Loan Asso-
ciation No. 4 Knst Commerce St. 2-12-tI
Will close out overcoats and winter
underwear very cheap nt I'ancoast A
For lino shndo and nrnntnentnl trees
call on W. W Hum
l-2S tr .No. .1 West Houston St.
A complete assortment or cigars to-
bacco and smokers' articles at Henry
WullPs corner . Military Plaza and Ualau
I r you want to buy or sell any kind
or stock or real estate go to Chavez
Morln A Mateu South Flores street.
They w 111 deal squarely. 1-2-tf
Chavez Morln A .Mateu have taken
chaige of the stock yard on South Flores
street south of Military plaza where
they wlil do a commission business buy-
Ingand selling all kinds of stockl-U-tf
V.miimitos I). ('.. March H l.
Messrs. Morley Pros. Austin Texas:
(Iknti kmkn I haw been sultcrlng somo
tlmi'wltliu Severn atluek or Hrnm-IUils with
Irritating Couirli and can llnd nothing hero
that ultl euro me but I know )nur TWO HIT
COUIII! SV1IH1' will do so for 1 hmuliscllt
at my old home In llrowtivuHid. pleiisK semi
mo ns nmny iKillles as )ou inn lor the en-
closed I.V1 by et press. Ilon'l cliliiy. und
obllgo J. V.WIUlflNS.
Nild byl'. Kiillejer.v frui.
Just received at Fowler's drug
etoro a few copies of "Johnson's Ho-
moeopathic Family Guide." Practical
Guide to Homteopathy also family
1-23-tf No. 5 West Houston St.
My Homccopathlo deportment Is
now complete and I tan now furnish
medicines or that school In any form to
either physicians or the public. A full
stock or pellets Eugnr-of-mllk powder
papers vlnls and all Homa'opathlo par-
aphernalia always on liand. Harry L.
Fowler 14 West Houston street. 1-7-tf
Just arrived rrom Nursery new
stock or roses and pot plants speclnl va-
rieties. W. W. Bum
1-28-tr No. 0 West Houston St.
Abont three years ago tbe agent for
Acker's F.ngllsh Remedy first called at
this town and since then tbe number or
testimonials that have been sent In to
Ragland A Co nnd II. L Fowler con-
cerning the merits or the I'.emedy and
the many cures effected surprises.
They wish It to be thoroughly under-
stood that for all Colds Hoarseness
Asthma Croup. Whooping Cough all
Phthisical troubles. They have never
known Its equal nnd positively guaran-
tee It. 5
A colored woman to cook wash and
Iron for four periois; good wages will
be paid. Cull at 2N) South Laredo street
between 12 and 0 o'clock In the after-
P' W. Street has opened nt .130 Kast
Houston street with anew stock of wall
Own Your Own House.
The 1 1 rt Is series or stock In the Mer-
chants and Mechnnics Building and
Loan Association is now open. Parties
desiring money tn build or purchase on
easy monthly installments will do well
to cnll and examine our system.
W. A. Bonyngk Seoretary
Room No 8 Soledad Block corner Hous-
ton and Soledad street 1-23-tr
Seasoned Cord Wood
Delivered at nny place In tlio city or
for sale nt yard corner or Starr and
12--3in Telephone No. CO.
Kay's Kentucky Kuro
Is uso In Kentucky slu
since 171. When you m
Fur siitu by F. Kulteyer
r I.lnlinent lias Is en
) HMO mid In Tcias
d u lliilineiit try U.
Aplsry for Sale
About BO patent hives with Italian
bees will be sold very cheap. Apply at
321 Kim street opposite Knmpinann'a
"Hero lies tho remains r John (Krlculer
Ho walked In the. wu) ortliubonl peremllo.
This laa noblo iplluiih but 1 eoul.l not help
thinking when rending It Hint ir John illoil or
dyspepsia blood isdsou kidney illseuse or
sauk from Kcnciul duhlllly ho might now bo
Hill o It lio hud taken llrnwn'a IrniiTnnlu and
life bents tho best or cpltuphs ull hollow For
isle by Harluml a. Co.
I Auction al th. Whit tl.phtni.
Will be sold Thursday and Friday
i February 2.1 and 20 nf the While Kle-
phant Saloon large lot ol fine glass and
s'lver ware billiard tables carpets
tables chairs bedroom Bets etc ; also a
large assortment of fine liquors and ol-
I gsrs. Gronai: Pkaksqk.
Colored man to tend horses and work
around yard. Apply at Sill Main Ave-
nue Tobln hill. 2-23-21
Hands for light grublng and wood
chopolng. Call on T. W. Mullaly C.
A M. Alamo plaza. 2-32 GI
Tils powder never varies. A marvel of
purity strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds and can
not bo sad In competition with the multitudes
of low test short weight alum or phosphate
powders. Hold only In cans. Koyal linking
Powder Company Wrt Wall street New York.
Hardware Paint and Seed Store
At Old Stand 830 238 & 830 Market Stlet't
HAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Ileniliuiiirtcrs for 1). Iindreth & Hon s (li
lies to suit
Will hold their Annual Mask Hull ot their Hall
On Saturday February 27.
NUri'KIl INUI.UDKU. TICKKTS TO 11 K
HAD PltOM TIIK COMM1TTKK
For int'inlMTS nnd llielr miosis strangers only
Saturday March 6 1830.
Non-meinliers tuny U admitted ly Hppl)lug
to mcinlicrs for ndiulsxlou gents fil.ui ladles
t Mx) ier ticket.
Pupper furnMied ly Midulg Miihticke.
Tickets for supper f l.OOeutli erton
tTIekets to bo luul from any member of
the Affoclutiou or from
K W. MCAl.LIHTKIl
Han Avtiimo Tex ribsLV
HI.AUIUPltOl'OSAI.S In Implicate subject
toiiHUitl conditlou Hill Ins leeched at this
olllco until l:: o'clock noon on thoSJnd day of
March nt which time and phicu tliey will
be opened In presojeo of attending bidders
for furnishing and dcllury nt Foit llrown
Tcius of tNMNN) jounds of Corn und 7UttU
pounds of Oats.
Blank proposals nnd circular giving full In-
nny or all propoenls.
Kneoes eouta'nlng proposal should be
X JAMES STEWART
Painter and Kalsominer
296 E. Commorce Street
SAN ANTONIO - - - - TEXAS.
CrrOrders exeeuted at short notlco and
all work guaranteed li tKtm
A NEW SHOE SHOP.
trittpulrlng at blunt notice neatly done.
Cull and examine toy work. No. tU Kast
"""""""""'' FHANK HII.UCA.
For Sale at a Bargain!
House with four rooms and out-houses flue
llnoyurd und orchard Irrigable. Imjulroon
premlio No. U South street Fourth Ward.
29 Acequia Street
Near the Main I'liiza San Antonio Tolas
lUnploycm desiring help such as house ser-
vants farm laluircrs herder. etc. run ulnars
ho supplied with good rellnbio persons ninl
mid liiimle. by applying as abovo. Parties
desiring employment of any kind will please
will. Particular euro und attention given a
to character or help rurnlshod. Hoferenco by
penalssluiu i. It. Htumberg II. I). Hluinberg
It. 1. Horheliiz and I'ltl Sleek.
Telephone No 31'.'. 0. II F.NltV Manager.
BjkSMsrStl "c I'""' tn offer this In
At Prices Hint will ndd Hcnmvil til
G. B Frank's Widespread and Well-deserved Repu-
tation for Underselling all Competitors.
We would also notify our Customers nml
"Trojan SBlf-Feefling Bntton-FasteniiiE Macfte"
And we lin lie ever) body In bring tliilr shoes tn our alora whuro mu will
SET AND FASTEN BUTTONS FREE OF CHARGE
tti:oAiiiit.i:sa wnuitt: snons wnui: pitikiiasud.
rfAvull yourself of this Utlrnnrdluary
G.B.FRANK'S ALAMO STORE
3 1 & 33 Alamo Plaza.
Texas Real Estate Agency.
LOOATj of kick.
KAfjT COMMKHCK 8THF.CT. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
City nnd Country Property bulh Improied and Uulmprmcl Houalit nnd koM
to suit Owners mid I'liiihiiMT
WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR
Whemou can get sullsor tho FINUST IMI'ntlTRtl Oil DOMMTlncmTIH.'liiHlo up III the
latest fashion fVchilly to J our ordor. lit moderuK. rly. by VA I.HNTINH NIUItA. t.
l'opular Tailor Coiinuereo street near lirldgi-. Only nrst-clan wiirknieu I'tnployod uud th.
besttriuunlUBSUSed. A tit KUariiutnil.
VAL. LORRA i'opuirTaiior. Commerce St. near Bridge.
American Wood Powder
Peck & Snyder's Goods.
240 COMMERCE ST.
'HKMI-ANNUAr HTATEMENT OF
BEXAR BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
8AK ANTO.MO.TE.VAS.Dl'Ceillber 31 1KHS.
Beml-Aunual Htatement of tlio Bwmtary for Iho Term ending Heuembor 31 ISKI showing
ouditlon and Villi!
I net prollt of
to hi: divihiui ah roiiowsi
Jl ! I Hi'l enlh serle....
II 31 1 l.lghlli seilea ....
7 l Ninth reile
v.M.ni: or HTOCK.
Amount Valuo at
1'uldln. Last blateni't. '
( m 17H m
... tsi ini put HI
First series .
f cound series
Third serif. .
JOHN 11. OLTiat!
tVThe teuth miles of tills Association Is
heir fully clv.u by tho undersigned opposllo
Iho l'ulilto lu (lenerul thai luis nielffd
Olfor ami cull.
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
201 203 AND 105 S ALAMO SI. COf. VILLITA
HAN ANTONIO. TKXA
We are Wholesalo and Hctall Dealwn lu Austin
Whlto Lime liest Ilrauds of Dark Hosendalu and
Imported Kugllsh I'ortlaud Cements I'laster f
l'arls and Iong Goat Hair and would ask ou to
Call or write u for prices bcloro purchasing els
where l'leaso mention this paper.
and Fishing Tackle.
and Hunting Outfits.
SAN ARTQfcUQ TEX.
miiiiNd tiii: tkhm.
lly withdrawal .lull series ....
Ily wlthdruwal aeventh surleis...
lly wllhdniwul eighth sorlos....
lly wllhdrnwul ninth series
Interest on sinking fund..
f 1K1 SI
13 5'J It 07
inuo roinnilttts' Imiliiff rnretully examined th.
ling December 31 ISM und tho same eonect.
(SUgnedl A1IANSAB riinSCOTT
JHMHIIP M. IIKI.1 .
JNO. WlTlllHtS Jlt
nowopen for subset Ipt ion. lnroruiatlon will b.
thv Times otlliv. JOHN K. OCHBK Hecrttury
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