San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 49, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 17, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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Wednesday March 17 1886.
Tlio Ltrircot AMortmcnt ami the Ilanrnln
re offer! rurlti
Oil sto v
(leneral IloUkHfurnMiliur (Joods. Wo Mill
continue to knock prlees cold. If rou imt
rd) thins: to furuMi jmir table or decorate
your homes come ntM m tin. BKIl T1IK
MOST IinAUTIFUf STOIli: IN TKXAH
where you can buy Good Cheaper limn any
houfto In the Plate.
CHCAH BinORTROM T. II. OKAT.
BERGSTROM & GRAY.
Livery StaWes ft Harts Connected
lack. No. 1011. II 13 II H. Undertakers
04lcc 'J4 Ilium street and stables opposite
stenirer Mold. II'.IIm emlmlmcd ami shipped
all point. in IM. Union. Only Whltolleiirso
tho City. Open Day and Night. Tel. ISO.
CARTER & MOLLALY;
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
anil 44 Alamo IMiiza
SAN ANTONIO . - - TEXAS.
V8HclaI Attention i
A Very Cloie Shave.
vor.sn nKou(ii:si'i:Nci:it wiiM.iit. uctiwi
andcompiu-tlr hullt it ml lived In (lie jenr
li?.' I in Hit Jlttlo Vlllujrc or Milcin M hs Mi-
ch use It . Tin jotinjr mutt win Icarlnv homo
ered hi prize and haatlly tlirnwlnir the reli
mtr bis horM) a licml he ri9iuuiint(tt und pm
Inv tho Mmt ho heard h sltitlit truck In of n dry
twig and tiffoiu tie coulil turn to Kit tils t rutty
rlUe lie was surrounded lytwent red painted
tavaire-i. Iicforo lio cnuM ill-H-liarm A rltl
1m wan Mrwl anl Umml ami IN on the hack
of a very pnor horne 1 lio red det 111 then tlinl
the tuck to tb tmck of another mid after
four i)H)R Jouruejinir urrltcd lit I hi camp.
The prisoner witi eonducted In a Injr liut and
placed under iruurd or a tall now errul arrior
(who seemed to irioat owr IiU whito Lmither'a
captivity) and an old sfiiaw who told the
you iiff man In broken Rnirlltih that It uui tho
palefucu's lant nltrht bclnw t-ho thvu lrt and
jnit on fresh fuel and stirred up the lire.
roorHpencer knew full well that at sunrlso
hp would lio put to tho most fearful torture
and that bo timet elthi-r ciciip In lore- mm i.
Inir or die a terribly dealh rIjeiicer waited
and listened for bourn until at hut cicr)thliiir
tiecatiK) quiet and nothing wa-i heard but tho
screech-owl on wmit distant tree. Tho but
bcliijf madoof loirs offered no imishIMo escape
except through the door tH-foro which lay the
Indian (ruurd wrapped in his bin tiki t w 1th his
rlilo by hi Aide ready for Mutant uttc. Visions
of homoemuo up IWoro tho sounir mailt of
hi sweetheart and his dear old mother who
a his father was dead would bo telt without
a support and tho you nt? man determined to
lose no chance of escaping (llanclnir around
be noticed n hatchet I) In on the floor: to (ret
It was tho object which he at laxt aceoui pi lulled
hr rcuchlnirkwlth his fwt. nndlntf It quite
harp ho noon nevere-d bla bonds and without
waltliur Jumped tow urd the ifuard w hiiso quick
ear detected tho movement and buhad risen
on blselbowi but Spencer was too quick and
tbo hatchet descended on bla bead and he
ank back dead without even a trroan. The
old squaw wtiu aNn wasnapplnir now awoko
and started to who the alarm but Silencer
reatizinir hU dauyer wa enml to theemer
Kency.and with 0110 hound ho vnn upon her
uud luld t.rduid with onoblow. After waltliur
a moment he atoto quietly out and crept cau
tlously tbrouuh thouimp and alter travcllnir
in lie was about todinpulr. when
irlow which mado nl heart tbnb with do
llirbti .There swluxlntr In tho autumn's Hirbt
was Undo Kmcntou'a three yolden balls.
Huvedl Havedll tavitltlt ho exclaimed and
in a fow momenta Uncle Kmemon bad hitched
up the team loaned him two dollars and a Wt-
D I'lBuii wim ueinereu mm sateiy to lilt
Spsclil to Artlais.
One or tbo flmt oetabllshtncnti that Baa An-
tonio ir not Teaa can boast of in tbo Art
Oallery of a II. Alueller at SW Commerce
street. Hero can be had artist's and draught
mons maU-rlals of both domtmllo and lm
!orted kind. Lnri-iiiirs chromos and
paintings are on band in an endless variety.
Picture frames moulding and materials for
fresco and sign palntlnir In lanra varieties.
I material foi
uelvea direct tram factorieslarire sblpmenUof
well as window itlass and ntiedoin(tloandlm-
pprted deooratUe wall paper are specialties In
Ids establishment. 12-13-ly
Tht Turner Hall 0rehrtra
lias secured a fint-clast leader and Is
prepared to ftirnUli firitcla muilo at
all times. Leave orders at Ithodlus A
New Csods for Spring.
Floe line of suitings for custom suits
lust received Fakcoist tfc Bos
Msw Goods For Spring
Are coming In rapidly; everything you
want in clothing hats and furnishing
goods. 1'axcoast & Son .
isrbear in mind that Frank J. lio ltd
r keeps builders' hardware and lumber at
the International and Great Northern
RAYS OF LIGHT
Gathered Here and There by tb. Loral
Servant wanted at 413 Dallas street.
Draught on St. I'atrlck's Dav fit the
I.nt night wiM beautifully lit for the
young folk by the moon.
-Han arrived to liny Ills Hoval
Nlbi at Harry llauin & Co.'a. 3-15-tJt
The fonoroiu voice of the frog li
now heard In the land after nightfall.
Henry Kllerman will be tried In tho
County Court this afternoon for lunacy.
- The attendance at .St. Mary'a Church
at lilgh in us this uiurnltig was consider
'the holes In Houston street aro be-
ing repaired by the Hlrctt Commis-
sioner. To-day Is the anniversary of St.
I'atrlck's death who died at Saul .March
Ada E. Ilode was granted a divorce
from George llode In the District Court
There Is an apple famine at present
In San Antonio and lew dealers possess
any at all.
Swindell llros. s. A. Morris for
garnishment is Ihelntest suit filed In the
Captain T. 1'. McCall formerly
Sheriff was appointed as a Deputy
- Harry Jlnuni & Co. nave Just received
the largest stock ur old whiskey ever
brought to West Texas.
- Kranolsca Sanchez died In the Sec
ondwardon the ldli nt the age of 3.i
years from childbirth.
Mrs. Herir and Miss Mnrle I.amiste
will sing on St. I'atrlck's Day at the Ca-
sino. Tickets U) cents. 3-lS 3t
The best Mexican rcstnurnnt In
Texas Is at 218 Soledad street. Serving
families a specialty. 3-2-ltn It. tiitxt.
Inspector llelllgmann Inspected the
oily scales on Military plaza yesterday
and found them to be correct.
The International and Ureal North-
ern train due at 11 o'clock this morning
Is reported 4 hours and 30 minutes late.
Tat Murray went to St. Mary's
Church this morning and carried too
much whisky with him. He was ar-
rested. The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held their annual election or odl-
cers at 3 o'clock p.m. In the 1'alno M. K.
There was high mass at St. Mary's
church this morning and Father O'Con-
nor delivered an eulogluui on St.
A child of Mary Williams colored
died on the loth In tho Third ward
aged V months from unknown but
Very few persons had the temerity
to wear yellow ribbons In tbelr button-
holes to-day. Oreen ribbons and sham-
rocks were plentiful.
"William" failed to materialize last
night out at San I'edro avenue although
a young lady almost shrieked her lungs
out calling his name.
The Inquest on the body of tho hoy
Charles Jones has been adjourned until
Saturday the analysis of the stomach
not having been completed ;
Messrs. D. t A. Oppenhelnier are
erectlngan ornnmei tal Ironclad addition
to the store building on the corner of
Market and Ytnrrl streets.
We carry a full line of garden and
hydrant hose. Are sole agents for
"Home Comfort" ranges.
IMS- Sll tFF.lt A ltlMlll'.N.
Mrs. K. V. liege has secured a build-
ing penult for the erection of a brick
store on the aorta side of West Houston
street Second ward to cost ll.&OO.
Julius Conrads has been grnnted a
building permit to erect a lumber
dwelling on the north side of Knst Com-
merce street Third ward to cost $710.
- Colonel A.O.l'Ickett.orKloresvllle.
and Miss Jennie K. llayles were bound
In matrimonial chains last evening by
Itev. J. W. Neill at the residence of Mr.
D. W. Heard on North Flores street.
Andersou Harris the newly elected
otllcer has been sworn In and went on
duty at last midnight. Harris Is an ac-
quisition to the force he having always
showed blmseli to be n reliable otllcer.
Spring Is criming have our clothing
cleaned and dyed and look as good as
new. (ieorge Caen 110 Knst Houston
street Is fully prepared to do first-clans
work and guarantee satlsfactlon.3-1G-lin
- 'I here will be a party given to night
at the residence of Mr. J. V. Dlgnowliy
on Dlgnowlty Hill In honor of three
young ladles visiting San Antonio the
Misses Jessie Hell McCampbell and
St. Mary's Church was tilled this
morning at high mass at which time
1'ev. Father O'Connor an eminent
young divine from Unlveston deliv-
ered a highly eulogistic sermon on St.
A loaded rock wagon bns been
left standing recentlv in the street for
three days on North Klores street near
Newton's alley with no danger signals
Last night's International and Great
Northern train was delayed In Its arrival
here until 7:30 o'clock this morning.
Trains are running slow over this road
now under orders trom headiiturters
not to run rast while tracks are In their
Sheriff Lewis and Deputy Sheriff
llobsrt Alexander this morning arrested
Joe Morris alias Joe Garcia an escaped
convict. Morris was sent from Travis
County In 1S78 to serve a term for horse
theft. Ho served 17 months and then
escaped and has been at large everslnce.
SherlfTLewls this morning received
a letter from Kerrvllle fiom tha Sheriff
of Kerr County giving the information
of the capture ofllusllramlette wanted
in San Antonio on a charge of attempt-
ing to murder his wire. A deputy will
be sent after Hramlctte by Sheriff Lewis.
The eighth game In the billiard
tournament at Clark's was played last
night Mr. I'yron winning from Sir.
Schultz by a score of 100 to 1)5. Aversge:
Kyron 1 47-63 Schullz I 42-B3. Mr. Sul.
Ilvan and Mr. Itawls cross cues to-night.
Mr. Sullivan Is In the lead In the games
thus far played.
Hun Over by a Stroet'car.
On tho eve of going to press Crlstle
Steele the S year girl of Mrs. Steele was
run over by the F:ast Commerce atreet
street oar. The extent or Injures could
not be learned as no doctors had yet nr-
lteporteil eipreasly for the LtuilT ly S. S.
Kloyil & Co. 21 Bolwln.1 Bin pi:
Niw Vobk March 17. - Cotton - Snot
Brim lnUtdllnK Viol tain fit halo.. V.
turo. Unit but stcailyi saUs lull..:
March llttiaiUO: April. aLKie'lli Mai. tula!
0 June. tiJiuJ5i July u taaoij: Awus?
November. IUlso.Hi IHTOinbcr 0.1.'i
Naw VnitK.Man.li 11. Slock Market t-
Northwestern iuhi IH-lauaro anil Lacka-
wanna lain nt. Taul W'i
Ijvtiirooi March II. Cotton Pi. on
f.rf?--1?011""- 1M' Orleans. 1 IWM lo.
hW's) bales! receipts (Ms) buleat Aliirrlrun
-awn bales. Futures quiet ami sleailvt Mitrt-h'
April. 4.M soldi April-May .ill bull May-Juno
Chicago March IT.-fJraln and provision
steady IIOUo. I'ork May .teudy tl.Ha I.unl
Mujr uulM. .UU. llm-lpts 'Wheal siEi6
bushel.. Corn. i;8(sl bushels lloj-s ts.iaio
.Messrs. Cspebart X Abbey whose
card appears In the Ltcmr to-day have
opened an employment agency at No.
2)5 Navarro street. They will attend to
the sale rental and lease of city and
country property and attend to all col-
lections entrusted to their care.
Mr. J. F. Camp a few dajs ago sent
several men out to his l'ecos County
ltanch ; one of them whose name cannot
be ascertained shot himself accidentally
night before last 'the wounded man
has been brought Into town and is now
lying at Mr. Camp's residence.
Messrs. Froboese t Santlehen this
mornlig moved a rock from rt marble
yard to the Aransas I'ass railroad yard
weighing 10000 pounds it Is Intended
as the centre foundation of the turn
tablo at the round-house and IsMhe
heaviest rock over moved In this city.
It cost I12.W) lo load It and the man
who had the contract snjs lie Inst money
It Waaa Vision.
An old gentleman living near San
I'edro I'ark claims he saw a vision sev-
eral nights ago In which great bodily
barm was threatened Mm and be was
Varned against It by a spirit. In fultlll-
men! or hi vision he built a barricade of
biled hay. and placing two uljohrorka nt
hand he waited patiently for tnudayi
to give his enemies a warm reception.
Iloeer they failed to materialize.
The Holler Dltchod.
The $13000 steam roller was out this
morning early killing snakes In honor of
St. Patrick's Day. It round this too
great a task and wound up by getting
bogged In a ditch on the corner ot
North Leona and Houston streets.
From appearances It looks as though bO
yoke ot xen would find It a herculanesn
labor to pull the machine on to high
They Conquered Illm.
Old Druln at the San I'edro park will
not play the Scottish bag pipe any
more with his Jaws. All that has been
stopped. He and three or four men had
a pitched battlo In the bear cave last
Monday and after making a terrible
light In which one of the men holding
him was terribly bitten on the arm
II ruin was conquered and Is now as
docile as a kitten.
Mr. A. C. Gilbert whose card appears
In to-day's Lioht Is from long experi-
ence well acquainted with the ancient
Mexican and Indian usages and their
mode of employment In the way or do-
mestlo household goods. As he an-
nounces he haa a large supply of uielul
and decorative articles In gold silver
gems and other ornamental goods.
Ancient pottery and ornamental as well
as odd designs. The Lioht bespeaks for
him the fullest patronsge.
For Currying It.
A young man named Andrew Kirk-
Patrick was lined $3G by Kecorder
Shields this morning for carrying a pis-
tol. Ofilcer Hill ol the merchant pellce
force saw him in Gallnger'a saloon near
the International depot last night en-
gaged In a quarrel with aonse men and
saw Klrknatrick attempt to draw the
pistol. lie ran in and prevented further
trouble by arresting his man.
A Good Paper.
The Limit has received a copy of
Messrs. Hilton & Young's Ileal Kstate
Guide which Is Just Issued. It Is a 12
page paper and gives n most compre-
hensive list of real estate which they
have for sale besides much miscella-
neous reading matter. The paper Is
Illustrated with n number of splendid
engravings one being "The Fall or
the Alamo." Another Is a view of
Alamo plaza while the others are views
on the river the missions &c making
It particularly attractive and more in-
teresting than that class of papets.
District Com t.
The following cases were disposed of
In the District Court this morning.
John O. French vs. Ben Hansel tres-
pass to try title. Judgment for plaintiff.
Sam C. Dennett vs. llobert Clark suit
on account. Judgment ror plaintiff.
New York and Texas Land Company
vs. llobert Clark stilt on note. Judg-
ment for plaintiff.
Smith A Hoover vs. Missouri I'm llic
Railway Company. Continued by de-
fendant. Anton Schoenert vs. San Antonio
Shooting Company.appeal from Justice's
Oliver Decelle violating asarket ordi-
George Shuman driving loose stock
through public streets $5.
William Whitney exposing his per-
Florenclo Hernandez Insulting lan-
Charles liyan drunk and disorder-
Andrew Klrkpatrlck carrying a pistol
fined $30. ije.fi
J. D. Drown drusk and disorderly
fined $5. '
A Notice for the Ladies.
Notwithstanding the difficulties Mr.
L. Wolfson has Just received a magnifi-
cently large assortment of spring millin-
ery and hats and bonnets. The line dis-
play In the latest styles as now intro-
duced for the coming spring are the
daislest of the daises. Ladles are
specially requested to come and take a
preliminary examination or these new
goods. They are represented In all the
various shapes and styles; Milan braids
plain and English split straw are to
some extent the leading fashionable
styles. With the usual taste and a
thorough knowledge of wbat his many
customers need Mr. Wolfson has laid In
an assortment of all the different styles
and kind with a proper regard as to
prices; these varying from the lowest up
to the very highest and finest artlstio
modes that can be produced by millinery
art. It Is bardly necessary to say that
the latest fashionable trimmings are dis-
played at the same time and In qualities
equal to any millinery establishment of
New York London orl'arls.
Furnished room for two with or with-
out board at No. 10 1'ecan atreet. 17-2t
Dstiioit March 10. The Champion
Malleable Jron Works of Springfield
Ohio whose men were recently dis-
charged and the shops shut down gave
a large order to the Michigan Malleable
Iron Works of this city. Knights of
Labor protested and tbo Michigan Com-
pany decline the order as contrary to
the principles of that order.
Two Startled Hones.
A serious accident occurred at Govern-
ment Ullt yesterday evening. Mrs. Dr.
Afuos Graves Mrs. O. II. Kaltayer and
Mrs. Mlllett were out In Dr. Oraves'csr-
rlage when the bit In one of the horse's
mouths gave way. Tho animal became
frightened and dashstl away the driver
not being able to control them. The
horses finally ran against a china tree so
violently as to uproot It. Mrs. Kalleyer
was thrown out and severely eontused;
Mrs Graves' race was cut and bruised
and Mrs. Mlllett badly shaken. The
driver also suffered he receiving a scalp
wound. Colonel Klmer Otis and other
gentlemen quickly rushed to the ladles'
assistance. Another vehicle was soon
obtained and the ladles conveyed home.
The ladles Injuries are not supposed to
be serious Mrs. Kalteyer suffering the
LOCAL BUSINESS NOTES.
ltoyal Nibs best 5 cent cigar In tho
St. I'atrlck's Day at tho Casino.
Tickets CO cents. 3-15-31
Dr. L. V. Weathers acute and
chronic diseases a specialty. Graduate
or Jefferson (l'hlla.) college. ISM. Office
at Nette'a drug store; Jelephone 118.
Plymouth Hock and Light Hrahma
fon Is and eggs lor sale from pure bred
slock. 33 Solednd street A it. Hurley.
Why buy elsewhere your Horse-shoe
and Square ileal where vn can get
I hem hi 40 cents per pound at Wultrs
clg.ir store? 1-0-lf
Khi's Kentucky Kllreor Mnlincnt has licen
I. uso lu Kentucky rliico 14U and In Tom
since isll. When you need a llnlinenl try It.
F or snlo by V Kaltcjcr Son.
Just received a new lot of gents fur-
nishing goods at Fox's 271 Commerce
I'ancoast & Son have the new shapes
in spring hats.
I r you want to buy or sell any kind
of stock or real estate go to Chavez
Morln A Mateu South t lores street.
They will deal squarely. 1-2-tf
illiciiitt for nil imrmiscH a liniment
ran bo put to. bold by F' Kaltc) er & Hon.
Chavez Morln A Mateu have taken
chaige ol the stock yard on South Flores
street south of Military plaza where
they will do a commission business buy-
ing and selling all kinds of stockl-V-tf
I'or Hoarseness Whooping Cough Hpasms
ritio witiil-nlnfi. known as crowing disease.
of tho Wliid-ptpo known as crowing
and Indeed for all pulmonary nuine
common among thollttlo licoplo. MDItLF.V'8
TWO-niTciiL'till UVItUl' Is a certain cure.
id dumb chills with the rich
rliM'ks ti lling some palc-facitl companion how
llron's Iron Tonic cured her of all. Is tho
fairest thing on curth. For sale by. Itngland
HI. Patrick's liny ci-h-hrutlon at Casino
I. under tho auspices or the lr!h National
1'rofesior Cat I Heck
1. tlicrturo "Sclnlri
Ilv II. 1'. DiiovniiT.
:t. "KlllM-a Allannu" II. M.Adac.
4. "lliirucy. Tuko Me Homo Again"
fi. "Kathleen Mavouiiiccti"
..Mis4 llfxudu IlMlcr.
It. "Ptur Spangled lliuint-r" II. A.llaklcy.
Oavotlc-'Mloseor llrln" Moses .. Orchestra.
1. Ijiguncn Waltz Orchestra.
-'. Aihlnis Hi' (Ikn. (Iriiuoi: W. Iti'sx.
:k "Wearing of tho (lrccn"..Mlssbanih Ianda.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrtr.
T. "haiiius O'llrh-
....Captain w. II Huston.
nlngat Casluo lull door will lio
'lock and too iKirrormanco begins
at a o'clock sharp.
TURNER OPERA HOUSE.
The Kings of Comedy
"A SOAP BIBLE."
CAR LOAD OF SCENERY
M. Vf CArKlfAIIT o. e. AHBBV.
Will furnish help of all kinds Clerks House
Servants Farm Hands Laborers la(rymen
City and country real cstato for sale rent or
Call and sco us.
2 1 5 Navarro Street.
Feather work on cards
from Morelia and the City
of Mexico. Aztec and In-
dian Pottery and figures
of all kinds from Guadala-
jara. Onyx Jewelry from
Puebla Filigree Jewelry
In Gold and Silver from
Guanajuato and the City
Miniature Birds on
blocks from Aguas Call-
entes and Morelia.
Horn Goods from San
Zarapas Mexican and
A. O. GILBERT
4 East Houston St. Next to Bridge
Oolveston Ilsirrlsburs; and San Antonio
Railway Frelsut Traffic
The following Is o report of the freight
business transacted at tbts point by the
Galveston Ilsrrlsburg and San Antonio
Railway during the month of February.
During a portion ol the month a strike
on said rosd materially Interfered with
Number or Bounds forwarded: Cotton.
7M.327; wool 27.D7C; hides 21243; horses
200000; cattle 40000; sheep 00000: lum
ber. 21tivv cotton seen etc. z?iuu;
flour and meal 40.000; hay and strain
121300; beer 80000; fence wire. 33700;
Company coal and material 3C7.S50; pe-
cans. 190; Junk CS.000; merchandise
1699320. Total 3403018 pounds.
Number of pounds received: Wool
13C0; hides. 63078; horses 100.000: cattle
100000; ahetp 20.000; lumber 3610150;
shingles. 3 1. COO; brick 314330; cotton
seed etc. 49800; flour and meal KUM);
bay and grain 602.218; fence wire 84877;
salt 40.000; company ooal and material
2910122; merchandise 174SO0;San An-
tonio and Aransas Pass railway mater-
ial 47423.10; produce. 1207.000; mer-
chant coal. 203.080: Wood. 80.000: sand.
440.000; miscellaneous. -631074 Total
such irnnds a. will irlvo thn Irado satlsractli
II. I.. Fowler. It Cnhn 3t Co.. I. II. Dovme. J.
flavin the druggists le.d ell competition-
They sell Dr. llosauko'. Cough and l.uug
ryrup oecauso its too oc.i incuicino on uiu
tnarkpt for fiuirhs. fkilds. Crnun and Prlmflrv
Consumption l'rlco M cent and fl. Ham.
T!ilt powder never varies. A marvel of
purltr strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and can
not bo so.d In competition with the multitude
of low test short weight alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only In cans ltoyal Baking
Powder Company 10 Wall street. New York.
WANTED At the Golden Boot Store Just
one thousand pairs of toots and slious to
half sole and heel. No. 31 Commerce street.
FOR R EST. Throe larire finely furnished
rooms In piivato family. Apply 7
Accqula street. iHfi-tf
PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS-Pure bicd. Laive
fowU constant layers. One dollar Tor
MMtlng-or 1:1. Address 1a. Allen MUMatuirorda
street. Cor. youth S&n Antonio Teias. .MH-ot
V lot. one block fn
J. It Van Vorst con
0R SALE. Cheap new 0-
Avenue (J. Addre
AHTED Kverybody to know that nleo Job
rnnunff uone ui 14119 uigai uotue .
utrirists. Bold by 1'. Kalloycr & Son
Proposals for Construc-
tion of Walk.
Han Antonio Tuxai March 0 INK. 1
i:AM.1 IHIOPOSALS lu triplicate subject
to usual conditions will be recdied at
Is office until 12 o'clock noon onthe'Jslrd
day of March Ittl at which time and place
they will be opeued lu tho presence of attend-
ing bidders for tli 1 construction at Sau Auto
nlo Texas of 132 lineal feet of walk accord-
lnirto plans and specifications on file In this
ottloe. which will be shown blauk proposals
furolsned and full Information as to manner
of bidding and terms of contract uivea on
Knvclopes containing proposals should bo
marked 1 "Proposals for Construction of
Walk" and addressed to tho undersigned.
j. n. a lee
Major and Chief Quartermaster.
Proposals for Food.
THE PUUCHASINQ AND DEPOT C. S..J
Han Antonio Texas March's l'tstw.
CJEAI.ED PROPOSALS In duplicate subject
O to the usual conditions will be received
ithlsolnce until It o'clock. 1
tho foil wing Subsistence Supplies viz:
3000 pounds cornmcal In new seamless
5000 pounds onions. In barrels
1.UU0 poundsonlons lu socks.
iS)ou pounds potatoes tn barrels.
tt0Q( pounds potatoes In sacks.
niddera must state tho variety offered and
tho locality lu which raised.
lllank proposals and further lntormatlou
can bo had upon application to this ofllco.
SAM'L. T. CUSH INO
Purchasing and Depot C S.
Painter and Kalsominer
296 East Commerco St.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
fT Orders executed at short notice and
work guaranteed. 1 3-9-4 m
Office Cor. Co asm are AlauoSU. war
Wolff Si Marx Ban Antonio. Tea
Plana specifications and all Information
dost red by those contemplating to build fur
Hasto and School of Bpaclaltsi
NO.rilEASTIIOUSTONBT. SAN ANTONIO
With a full Corps of Competent Teachers.
Terms for full ooure In HookOtecpInir by
double entry $18. Tuition by .tbo month I u
6radod select or school of Specialties M.
luclo ou piano or organ by tho month A
Hardware. Paint and Seed Store
At Old Stand 310 Jk MO Market Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Headquarters for D. Landreth & Son's Gar-
den Field and Flower Seeds at wholesale and
retail. From the car-load lot to usual quanti-
fies to suit purchasers. All seeds guaiautced
aa represented. Call and see us. 2-19-Sm
G. B FRANK
Rcipsetfully Calls Attention tolhs Ma nlftctnt Slock of
New Spring and
ttg-2M Ficccs Combination Dcbclgc. nil Colors 15 cents ynrd.
Ill) JTCCCH J41CC Jlllllllllg WOOL lit I-J CtR. WOrtll L'aUOlltB.
1.000 Assorted pieces Giiifrlinnis Hcorsuckcrs Toilo tltt
Konls nnd MIKAUOS.
Very Handsome Shiuloi In
Bonds Cloth Etamlnes Crinkle Cloth
Canvass Cloth and all the latest Styles In New Fabrics
Wo offer PccliU Ilnrsfrtlns lu
Domestics Sheetings Table Damasks Towels Napkins and
Our Assortment of Gents' nnd Hoys' Clothing mid Furnishing
Goods is now Complete nnd Itomombcr you Savo from 15 to 25 por
eent. by Calling on us beforo 1'iirclinshig Klsowlicro.
TI1K FINEST AND I1K3T ASSOItTKt)
' Shoe Department In the City will bo Found in Our Store
Call early anil look at our Embroideries ami other Taney Articles we am mi Ivinir
G. B. FRANK'S Alamo Store.
31 and 33 Alamo Plaza.
STAFF EL & KUH JL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST.
A Large Stock of New Goods
Which will bo Solil
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
VAL. LORRA ropmar Tailor.
LeFcYer Hammerless Guns
American Wood Powder
Peck & Snyder's Goods.
240 EQMMERGE ST.
BKHI-ANNUAL BTATEMKNT OF
BEXAR BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
the financial condition and valuo ot stock per
Loans fMLOM 00
Profit duiinir tho term..
Undlrldod balanoo last s
Leaving a net proQt of. .
TO DE DIVIDED AS IVLM1WB
t9 13 I Blith series ....
8 SI I Seventh sei les .
II Ml ElKlitliseiles .
ho. or KEHt
n v. mo uuuersiirnea. ineniuers or uio t
Report of tho Secretary for the six months
A"Mtl .. ..o
JOHN E. OCHSB
. . Secrotarr.
. sJr"0 f.tfc series of this Association Is
"heorfully given by the undorslnned opposlto
Sittines Pongees Albatross Henriettas
Fluid and Powdor Dips.
- - SAN ANTONIO TEX.
Commerce St. near Bridge.
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
201. Z03 AND 205 S. ALAMO St. COR. VILUTA
WAN ANTONIO TKXA
We aro Wholesale and Hctall Dealers In Austin
White Mine nest 1 1 rands of Dark llopcnJalo and
Imported Eoifllsl Portland Cements Planter ot
Paris and Long Ooat Hair and would ask you to
Call or write us for prices ticforo iiurchasln? else
where. Please mention this paper.
and Fishing Tackle.
and Hunting Outfits.
SAN ARTONIO TDX.
IIUIUNO THE TEIIM.
Ily withdrawal fourth series. . .
Ily withdrawal nilli series
Ily withdrawal Blxth series K78 lu
Ily withdrawal soventh soriej 4B Ml
Ily withdrawal olirbth series TJ:1 6U
Ily withdrawal ninth series 7 70
.. 111V! M
. 127 St
. 'Ml IS
.. 3.IM m
si estate 201 Ml
l ai Hltith series ....
8 20 1
Valuo at ivm.. valuo Withdrawal
Last Statora't. 1 1 ulu0 Value.
inauso iiinmuiee. Having carerul
ending Doocmbor 31 1885 find tho s
(Signed) AIIAN8A8 1'HHSCOTT
JHS.SU1' M. HULL.
JNO. WITHERS. Jit.
Finance Oomml tleo.
now open for subscription. Information Willi
the Times oUeo JOHN K. OC11SK Beero tary.p
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