San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 96, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 11, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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TUESDAY MAY 11 1880.
We are lit adi.uarters on
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Such as llefrlgcrators Icc-(hosls ShIchjii-
Cticsts Icc-Creaai Freezers Water-Coolers
Walcr-Flltcrcra ualh-Tubs Hprlnkilng-Pols
Fly-Traps Flower-Pots llanglngllaskcts
Crouuct Sets Flower-Trainers Flower-Stands
FrultJars Jelly-Cans wire Dish-Cot ers Meat
nt Choose-Safcs Fir-Farm lniiiuicH.-ks Ism-on-9.pjcczcrs
Icc-llcks etc. rlr
Oct our Spring Catalogue.
HOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER ROUTE
New York Direct I
li by t lie Hular stcmiiers of the
Galveston Every Wednesday.
Through rales fun Anton
First-Class. 34.SU Scooli
tickets state-rooms and full Information call
nnorwrltcto W.J. UIUMI .denoriilSouthcrn
Liray State &Hach Connected
Hacks No. 1011 12 1.1 II IS. Undertaken
Office 21 llliltn street and Stables opposite
Monger Hotel. HMlcs embalmed and shipped
all point! In In. Union. Only Wliltollearse
the Cltr. Open Day and Night. Tel. 11.
CARTER (I MULLALl
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
4'Jt unci 44 Alamo Plaza
SAN ANTONIO ... TEXAS.
HfS'elHl Attention given tn forwarding
bodies Id all parti or the United States. Tele-
phone connection. Calli attended day and
A. Kahn & Co. sell lots of goods be-
cause they sell then) cheap. 6-5-tf
When you need anjr Job printing call
around and get prices at the Light
A. Kahn A Co. are selling good mat-
tress ticking at Bo per yard. Good
towels of 60o per doz.
A. Kahn A Co. aell a better low
quarter gents' shoe for $150 than any
other house In San Antonio C-5-tf
Plymouth liocK and Light Brahma
fowls and eggs for sale from pure bred
stock. 33 Soledsd street A. It. Hurley.
Kyery Urst-claes dealer sells Opera
Pulls cigarettes. Avoid tnlurlous Imi-
A. Kahn & Co. have Just received
another shipment of some nice nun's
veiling at Ca per yard. 6-S-tf
I'ancost A Son have Just received
another lot of choice summer clothing.
Dig men take notloe: we will give you a
t. 0 6-tf
Hajrllcar In mind that Frank J. lleltel
keeps builders' hardware and lumber at
the International and Great Northern
Dr. I.. V. Weathers acute and
chronio diseases a specialty. Graduate
of Jefferson (I'hlla.) college 180(1. Ofllce
at Nette'a drug store: telephone 118.
Why buy elsewhere your Horse-shoe
and Bquare Meal where you can get
them at 40 cents per pound at Wufirs
cigar store? l-c-tf
A I.'nl Jlr n I I.... .....
500 pieces of Victoria lawns at Do a yard.
chiefs at Mo per doz 6-S-tf
If you want to buy or sell any kind
Morln A Mateu. South atreet.
They will deal squarely. 1-2-tf
The most popular cigarettes are the
Opera I'ufls at popular price. 4-7-ly
K. K. K standi for Kay's Kentucky Kure
or Liniment which li tnadu l.y an old Ken-
tucky horse doctor and li a perfect hlesslnr
can he put to. Bold by F Kultcycr & Bon.
charge of the stockyard on South Flores
they will do commission business buy-
P.troltura V nasby
D. It. Lpcke. Petroleum V. Nasby
editor Toledo IJlade. writes: "I had
on a forefinger oCmy right hand cne of
tnose pleasant pets a run-rounu"
The finger beoame Inflamed to a degree
unbearable and swollen to nearly twloe
Its natural size. A friend gave me
Henry's Carbollo Salve and In 20 min-
utes the pain had so mmuch subsided as
to give me a fair night's rest which I
had not had before lor a week. The.ln-
flamation left the finger In a day I
consider it a most valuable article."
OSCAH BCIIOSTHfm. T.ll.ntMr
BERGSTROM & GRAY
Undertakers Funeral Directors
BAYS OF LIGHT.
Gathered Here and There by the Local
Itesular meals at the old Vienna
Itemsberg the free thinker will lec
ture In Man Antonio.
Drs. Cunnles and Terrell have re
turned from tit. Louis.
A. Kahn A Co. sell nice fancy dress
lawns at 3 cents per yard. 6-5-tf
Captain William Kdgar left yester
day for the City of Mexico.
The II. II. Club will give a hop at
the Springs In the near future.
The II eh School rlcnlo will be held
at Ssn 1'edro 1'ark next Friday.
The only cigarettes which Jo not
illrk to the lips are Operal'tlfli.
There will be a tilrnlo on the Halado
next Sunday by the unique Club.
The Olil Vienna restaurant Is now
open and setting the belt meals.
Magical marvelous Is what all say
of St. Jacob I Oil. It conquers pain.
Ills friends claim that John Fowler
Is the latest victim of the snipe bunt.
Five machine operators wanted '143
Market street. B-10-tf
When vou want groceries telephone
Abrahams Military plaza. fi-8-tf
street; also bees and honey for sale tf
Oood servant wanted bv Mrs. S.
llalfl 42 Goliad street. 5-10-tf
-While flannel stills and white duck
pants at l'ancoast A Son. B-6-tf
1'rof. Trema ne's entertainment at
the Casino was again well attended last
l'ancoast A Son keen all the novel
ties In clothing hats and line furnishing
Kmanuet Abrahams has removed bis
store to I'llt A Meek's old stand Mili
tary plaza. o-H-tr
If vou want Iota of goods for little
money A. Kahn A Co. Is the placo to
get them 6-B-tf
No depressing rlfects. no nausea.
from Ited Star Cough Cure. Twenty-
The best place In the city to buy
our groceries Is of Ktnanuel Abrahams
The meeting: of the V. M.C. A. held
nt No. IOI Houston street last night was
S. S. Floyd A Co.'s bucket shop on
Soledad street has suspended operations
until next fall.
Cheap rates to all nolnts north and
east at J. II. Gilbert's ticket olHce
Maverick hotel. r.-ioit
'I'lio llluo Cambria society held a
pleasant picnic on the banks of the Sa-
ado last Sunday.
Don't pay fancy prices for visiting
trtls when you can get them free at
the Limit otllce.
A. Walzem has taken out a building
penult to ereot a brick dwelling on the
west siue oi Avenue t; to con i'-uuu.
A. Kahn A Co. have no stirolal ilavs
for drives but they oiler rich bargains
every day. 6-B-tf
Wanted A uood cook: references
required. Apply at U. S. Arsenal South
Flores street. B-IO-lt
Why nav Be a rard for fancv dress
lawns when you can buy them at A.
naun cz uo. aia cents. b-o-ii
The Turner Association cave a verr
creditable amateur entertainment at
their hall Sunday night.
Mr. W. Hansom left this morning
for Seeuln. to take a stenoeranh renort
of a murder trial there.
Do not be deceived but when you
want any Job printing call around and
see what the Lioiit ean do for you.
When you go to market to-morrow
step into Ktnanuel Abrahams' Grocery
on Military plaza and buy your groceries.
The finest stock of groceries can be
found at Ktnanuel Abrahams rut A
Meek's old stand Military plaza. 6-8-lf
The choicest groceries and lowest
prices can be had at Ktnanuel Abrahams'
corner Trevlnostreet and Military plaza.
There will be a meeting of the Texas
Society of Knglneers this evening at
their rooms over the Texas National
The large boiler to be used In the
new bottling works of the Lone Star
Brewery wes placed In position last
A. Kahn ACo. are closing out their
stock of gents' and boys clothing at B0
per cent cheaper than you can buy
them anywhere else. B-S-tf
We claim for our ready made cloth-
ing the best made In the market and we
give our customers the best fitting suits
l'ancoast it Son 6-B-tf
A. Kahn Co. do not give any
presents to their customers but sell
goods cheaper than any other house In
sn Antonio. B-B-tr
A postal card received from Thomas
II. Abbott dated from Brooklyn N Y
announces that he will return to San
Antonio by the litb Instant.
The rush for "Bo-PceD" onera link.
els Insures the manager a big success.
ne wouiu auvise everybody going to
avoid standing get their seats at once.
If you need anything In dry goods
clothing boots shoes and bats put one
hand on your pocket-book and the other
hand on your heart and go down to A.
Kahn ft Co. Their prices will astonish
A foot race for 100 yards $23 a side
will be run next Sunday afternoon at
San Pedro Park between Win. Taylor
champion of the State and Fred Barker
of this city. Some good sport Is ex-
pected. General Francisco NaranJo reviewed
our troops In the garrison on Govern-
ment Hill yesterday afternoon. After
the review a reception was held at the
residence of General Stanley.
Mr. Henry Platz of Texarkana Is
taring his maiden visit to the Alamo
itr. He Is a delegate to the State
Council of the Catholic Knights of
iiuiericn wuicu is convening uere (O-
dsv and to-morrow. Mr. l'latz la liWhU-
Impressed with what he has seen so far
or san Antonio
As the I.icur announced some time
ago the Hotel Maverick yesterday
changed hands Max Herman selling bis
lease furniture etc. to 8.K. Mcllhenny
A Son for $10000. Mr. Mcllhenny owns
several larsre hotels In Tern ml hi.
son W. K. Mcllhenny will manage the
Louis B. Williams who shot and
killed James Brown at Coulson's ranch
Friday nlsht. was caught near th Twin
Mountains la the vicinity or Blanco by
Deputy Sberlfls Alexander and Van
Itlper and was brought to the city yes-
iciuay aiieruuon. nt maue no resist'
ance at arrest.
The San Aatonlo Kl flea' minstrel
team nave had their pictures taken In
iuii costume piug nais canes eto. I tie
group consists or ten end men with Mr.
Dallas as Interlocutor. Meaara. (Innlnn
and Herff In their artlstlo song and
dance and the quartette which Is quite
uuuuti ui uineouiine ueauty
Mr. C. W. Kewnan. wnll.Vnnnii In
San Antonio Typographical olroies has
ju.i leiurnen iron) uempstean wnere
he was called hurriedly in regard to the
shooting or his brotner-ln-law Farr
He says several citizens of Hempstead
all crack shots say tbey will be on band
to take part In the State Shooting tournament.
The Tooplo'e Dim Company
The People's Gas company was Incor
porated under tbo laws or tho State on
the 17th or March last I). Iliimblrtl A.
W. G I fiord and J. P. Newcomb as Incor
porators. This Incorporation proposed
to furnish gas to customers In the city
of Han Antonio by the use of the Ilujao
water gas patent nt a price greatly
under the present rates charged by the
old gas monopoly. The use of this pro-
cess Is a valuable right representing
$40000 capital and with this right and
a fslr rranchlse from the olty the Incor-
porators had reasonable expectations of
enlisting the assistance or citizens who
had money to Invest In llgltlmate enter-
prises holding out a certainty or reason-
able profits. This prospectus alone was
sulllclent to warrant the City Council
In passing a liberal fair ordinance plao-
Ing the new enterprise upon as equal a
oasis as possioio witn tue uiu monopoly.
There are few corporate enterprises
carried through entirely by the Incor-
porators; In fact tho law contemplates
that they may t-nllst associates In the
Krosecutlon of their business but It so
appens that tho incorporators or the
People's Gas company are amply able to
carry out their enterprise without call
ing on our citizens lor a cent iu mu
them. However the question as to
what nollcv would be nursued was held
In abeyance awaiting the action of the
City Council. Whether to bond the
company or to placo the stock on the
market to secure tho necessary capital
to put down the plant. The Incorpora
tors nave uven tuny ...uitii wi mo en-
tire practicability or making superior
v.. hv tim (lrnee.a thev have secured.
but will take all precautions to protect
themselves rrom imposition or laiiure in
this particular before a dollar Is Invest
ed In the plant. The City Council seems
lo have possessed Itself r the Idea that
this new enterprise wns nn enemy
threatening the safely and happiness of
our citizens. Instead of a benefaction.
The new company asked nothing oi ine
nllf l nt tin. nrlvlleirn of lavlnir Its 111 DCS
through tliostreets.and the right to fur-
nish gas to customers at a reasonable
price greatly under tho rates of the old
monopoly. The Cltv Council demands
that the new company put up it casli de-
posit to Insure the repair of streets
Willie all Hie oilier uui i'uhiuum-
water works street railroad and the old
gas monopoly are only sunjeci it) ine
penalties of a general ordinance. But
this stipulation while unfair and un-
friendly was no bar to the Inauguration
nf the enterprise. Not satisfied with the
cash deposit ' tbeyuemanu uinmuonu
In the mini ol S1B.0U0 le furnished in UO
days or the prlvil'ges granted will be
lOnellCII WU1011 oonu as caoiuiueu uj
the City Attorney would be subject to
forfclluro If the couipany railed to begin
work by the 1st of January or vlelated
any or the conditions of the ordinance.
mis action oi me -iiy v-ouuen
whether done at the Instillation of In
terested parties or upon the voluntary
motion of the City Council can be con-
strued In no other way than covert hos-
tility to the new enterprise. It would be
an entirely more manlyLand straightfor-
ward action to have refined tho grant
asked lor than to hamper It with con-
ditions likely to prevent cautious bus!-
Cltv Council are supposed to act as the
agents or the people and as such they
should In all their nets do their utmost
to secbro the best results for the general
public but their action upon the Peo-
ple's Gas company's petition would In-
dicate that they care nothing for the
people. 1 ne uiscrimiuaiiuu nicaiiisk mo
proposed enterprise Is the first Instance
In the hlstorv or our cltv government.
and is too significant to be excusable
upon any plea or anxiety to Inaugurate
a new policy. It Is for our citizens to
say If they will stand It.
34000 Pound Clip.
The Caspar Ileal clip rrom Turtle
creek Kerr county of 21000 pounds has
been consigned to Messrs. StalUKt Kuhl.
It Is a line 12-month's clip and will be
opened up lor Inspection or buyers to
Albert Sidney Johnson Camp Con-
federate veterans or this city have re-
ceived an Invitation from the John P.
Hood Camp Confedrate veterans of
Austin to attend their memorial ser-
vices aud participate with them ut Aus-
tin on Decoration Day. It Is hardly
probable they can attend as a body
A railroad man named 1'iitlon wns
brought In on this morning's Sunset train
from the West and taken to Mrs. Hen-
son's boarding house No. 327 Ninth
street He Is suffering rrom terrible
bruises received in railing oil' a railroad
train wblle It was In motion. a
Tho Jury In lliocati- of laliain Warner for
burtrtary it-turned n totdlct of guilty and
fixed tliu penalty at two ) ears servitude
Ed Johnson leeelvlnjf mid rouceallnir stolen
prom-rty threo jears In tlio penitentiary.
The court was vnviunil this iiiaiulnvlu the
trial of tleoriro Wautrli for rurwery.
The fatal otitic ilruirirlst Jeuner mImhc lnl-
tukf In nillnir a trct.crlnttou caused the ileuth
of tho lllllo child of .Mr. William Jones wime
lluio hlucc mil likely coino up mis niieruoou.
In this tribunal yesterday afternoon numer-
ous petitions wcio rend prilhiK for the u-
lulsslon of taxes but the Commissioner. d(.
elded they hud noiiuthotlty to if runt them mid
postponed action for the present
tleoriro Whlto pia)ed lor tho remission or
f.piO of a 1(K) tine but tho Commissioners
lliouatitll was within 1110 prerotrumo oi ti;
r only tn remit tho iln
irnlnir In exam-
ind bills aKiiln.l
The Fashion Theatre Band one of I ho
best In the city Is steadily Improving
and Its leader Mr Dave Douglass Is
constantly on the qui vlve lor new and
popular music He has lately received
anil.corefully rehearsed with his band a
large number or beautiful selections
from Mexican composers wbloh are but
recently published In that country
Louis Christopli drunk aud disorderly S i.
Hubly Carl) lo. rasniticy f .'i.
J. I'ltta disorderly Isiuil forMlcd.
II I'llH disorderly bond rortcltfil.
Ilellllia tloi7uos drunk and dlsordei ly f 5.
ttmll (Juenther Immoderate drlt iutr Vt.
Charles Uremo drunk and disorder! t5
The Dark Angel
Augustus Camp aired 16 brother of Col-
onel John F. CampM dlod ou Nolan street. In
this city last evening- frum malignant pustule
right lad and had lieen 111 but a few da) s uud
isunlliiielvdeutlilsniuch mourned bv friend.
Tho fifth anniversary of tbo eonseeriitlun of
tight Iter. Illslinp J. C. .Nenu.ii lllsliop ofllio
bratul with high mnss this uioinluir. '11m'
musical service. !ormcd tho feutliroof llio eel.
ebratlon and consisted of u muss compoM-d
by Professor Harbour tho orgitnlst In 0. A
cliolr of lino voices guvo the local imrtlon of
tho mass in boiiutlf ul style and un orchestra
comiHisf d us follows finished tho musical tiro
gramme! Frank IS. Waleott.olarlonettot ilans
Tliorud tlutel MaxUcpprlch.vlulin. Thoseli-o-lions
woiet III llendellsBoliu's Wedding
March! 121 Violin Solo from llerlot by tlcpp-
rlch! (Ill Ovcrluro from F. v.Flotow. Tho largo
Calhedrat of Han Fernando was crowded with
I lio In) al admirers of tlio JUshop
The great Liberal Orator will lecture
at Turner Hall Wednesday and Friday
nights. Tickets 25 cents to be bad at
KILLED BY OARS.
MANGLED OUT OF ALL SKMnLANCE
"Ilroncho Pete" Attotnpta to Itlde the
Wild Ilallroad Train and la Thrown
to n Horrible Donth-The
Inquest and Verdict.
Last night at 10:15 o'olock a pump re
pairer named P. J. Cunningham or
Ilroncho Pete" until recently employed
on the Sunset railway met with a hor-
rible death by being crushed under the
whee s of a Hat car loaded with sand a
car loaded with car-wheels and a ca-
boose. A coroner's J ury was empanelled
shortly after by Justice Adam and after
lhebodv was viewed the Inquest was ad
journed until U o'clock this morning the
remains being given in charge or Under
taker tiheern lor puriai.
When the coroner's Jury viewed the
body a horrible sickening sight was
presented. From the crossing or the
street Just south or the passenger depot.
wnere ine man nan ueen caugui iu
where the bodv was found shreds of
clothing pieces or tlosh here and there
apiece oi blQody. bpjrto thaL.liad been
crushed out ol the ' poor body were
strewed Tho corpse was crushed out
or all semblance to humanity. The
clothing being literally out to pieces
leaving not a whole garment upon blin.
The wheels bad crushed In the man's
race knocked his teeth In and mangled
his nose and lips. Tho right hand was
rushed on at the wrisi anu ine remain-
!r nf I bo arm waa hanginir to the ritrlit
shoulder and head. The wheels In their
course fevered tho body In twain rrom
the right sldo or the waist to Just below
the left shoulder upward cutting off the
left arm. The liver lungs and heart
were exposed one lung and the heart
1) Ing tn n pool of blood upon the cinders
or the road bed. The sight caused the
stoutest heart among the many specta-
tors to wince. Tbo personal effects of
decerned a gold watch and chain pock-
et knife and some silver were scattered
along the track.
Conductor Bennett who was In charge
of the train at the time testllled before
the Jury that Cunningham was a pump
repairer but In the employ oflbe Hall-
way Company t.iinnlnghnin had told
him he had quit work nn the first or this
month beoauso the company bad re-
duced his wages. He came In yester-
day rrom the pump house near Hondo
uny wnere ne resiucu witn uia wne
and one child. He began drinking dur-
ing the day said he was going to New
Orleans but later In the evening
changed his mind and Just us Bennett
was making up his train to go out
West came down and asked to be al-
lowed to go back lo Hondo. Bennett
refused saying be was too drunk to
ritletuu freight car but Cunningham
persisted and as the train moved oil
said he was going anyhow. Bennett
lelt him and did not see blm until told a
man had been run over. He Identllled
the body as that of Cunnlagham No
one saw Cunningham Just at the
moment he boarded the train
but It Is supposed from the
appearance of the car wheels that he
attempted to lump upon the flat car
loaded with sand and not gaining hold
was thrown under this car's wheels and
under the other cars as they passed.
The other witnesses railroad men tes-
tllled materially the same us the con-
ductor. The wife of the deceased was
put upon the stand anil testllled her bus-
band waa n native or Ireland was 33
years or age and had no property. He
occasionally drank liquor and went on a
spree. He left yesterday with a valise
for San Antonio antl that was the last
she saw of him alive.
When Justice Adam delivered over to
the grief-stricken widow the few papers
pieces of chewing tobacco watch purse
pocket-book and rings found upon the
body the scene was truly ati'ectlng the
poor wife being unable to restrain her
tears nt sight of the. effects of the de-
ceased tied In the self-same silk band-
kerchief which no doubt she wns quite
The iury alter a short deliberation
returned a verdict In accordance with
the testimony to the eflect that de-
ceased came to his death by being run
over by a freight train on the Sunset
Hallway while trying to board tbo same
while It was In motion and further that
the employes of the railway company
SHOT HIS FATHER.
John Wlthors Jr. Shoots Colonol John
Withers Thinking He Was a Burglar.
A very sad and distressing aflalr oc-
curred at Colonel John Withers' resi-
dence on South Laredo street this morn-
ing about 3 o'clock In which Colonel
Withers was Innocently shot and
wounded by his son John who mis-
took Ills rattier for a burglar.
From young Withers' statement of tbo
all'alr. and which Is corroborated iy Col-
onel Withers and Inmates or the house
the following Is taken. He said the
ladies of the bouse were awakened about
3 o'clock a. in. and seeing the figure ol
a man In the back yard began screaming
"burglars 1" Their screams awoke
young Withers who bearing the cries
of the ladles and seeing the llgure of a
man walking rapidly toward him seized
his pistol aud tired quickly when the
man was about 10 yards away from him
The young man did not know It was
his father he bad shot until the old gen-
tleman fell saying "Vou have shot your
rather." All the assistance possible was
Immediately given the Colonel and
when Dr. F. llertr was summoned he
round the ball a 4B-calibre had passed
entirely through the Colonel's shoulder
breaking the shoulder blade and passing
Just above the heart. While the wound
Is not necessarily ratal. It Is dangerous
as Colonel Withers Is old and the weather
Is not favorable to tho healing or gun-
shot wounds. It Is stated that when the
ladles began screaming. Colonel Withers
did not oall out but came more rapidly
to the house no doubt believing tbat
burglars were In the home. Had he
spoken In time or had young Withers
called to hlra to halt ere ho fired this sad
aflalr would not have happened.
The lady friends of the members of the
Hook and Ladder oompany are re-
?uesieu to aiienu a meeting be ocnoiz
fall Saturday evening at B o'clock.
Business Important. B-lCMt
Ths Bon Ton Rsslaurant
Mr. C. Henry takes this method lo In
form his many friends and the traveling
publlo that he has lifted up a restaurant
at No 210 Acequla street opposite the
Alamo uemeni uomnanv. wnere ne win
be ready to furnish first-class meals at
all hours during the day. From an In-
spection of the establishment It Is no-
ticed that tbo appointments are all first-
class The dining room pantry and
kitchen are all fitted up In elegant and
praotical style. The tables will be sup-
plied with everything the season brings
and polite waiters are In attendance.
A number of fine furnished rooms In
connection with the establishment lm
( Bar ruturei at a Bargain.
A floe sot of bar fixtures and beer
Eutup apparatus li offered for sale at a
argatn by Col ton & Uotton. 5-8-tf
Will Remember Tliem.
K. C. Ord Post Grand Army Itepublln i
of this city are making preparations to I
celebrate Decoration Day In a becoming
manner. The Confederate veterans will I
make little display on the occasion it Is i
Olio of tlio finest eslabllslimentsthat8an An
tonio If not Texas can boast or Is tho Art
nailery of U. II. Mueller at air Commerce
men's material. of loth domestic and lin-
liortcd kinds. Kngravlngs chrumos and
Paintings are on hand tn an endless larlety.
'Icluro frames mouldings and materials for
fresco and sign painting In large varieties.
China decorations and material lor wax How
ers In a largi. assortment. Mr. Mueller re-
ceives direct from factories largo shipments of
paints nils and other material In that lino as
well as window glass nnd nnodoinestlc.andlm.
Korted deeonitlvo wall paper are specialties In
la establishment. lilUr
I respectfully call the attention nf tho
ladles to my display nf French millinery.
Hats and bonnets made In the latest
styles and at extremely low figures a
specially In mull raps hats ami bon-
nets. Give me a trial and secure perfect
satisfaction. Mmk. LkPkrk
4-lG-Oin 43 Alamo Plaza.
Till imwilt'r never vttrlei. A mimel uf
puritv itronirlli und wtiolt'BoiiipiiesB. Muro
economical than tho ordinary klmlK and cm.
not to sad In rumpetltlmi with tlio inultltudifl
of low test utiort wrltfht rIuiii or honphato
KwdeMoiiiVnuy jlHl WrII Blrrt-I. New York.
Grand Children Opera!
MAY 14 AT CASINO HALL.
Opera In 3 nets by Ward enlarged with most
Picturesque tlroupings Untieing Tableaux
Performed by Fifty-six Children
and Eight Young Ladies.
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Only Resort of .Pleasure In the
City of San Antonio.
Concert dall from U;:m to I0::U) p. m.
A variety ot itiiiUtH-inonts for juuiik and old.
Itcfrcstunt'iits of all kinds. Plenty ot ehadi.
A tlrst class restaurant la attached tn tbo en-
taHlshuient 4 lVMu V KKK11I.K l'roprietor.
SIMON FEST'S GARDEN
A in ii no 1 1 ion In of all klndd during tlio weak
md tin Hundnyn.
IjiKcr Ik'or uud other refreshment.
1 iuicu overy HuTidny.
Tho public and Btraugers Invited 4-9-tlm
Neumann & Icke
Wlioltvuytln and retail dealers In
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Goods delivered promptly to uny part of tho
Vf All wo tvdc If) i trial to coin Into tho public-that
wo sell goods ut ruck-bottom prices
und glvo them tho befit articles.
C0R.E. COMMERCE AND LIVE OAK STS.
Tclephouu No. 177. I-Miu
RACKET! & SALLIWAY
Patent Stone Mantels.
Repairing In all Us branches promptly done
orFICES-336 E. Commerc and 115 St. Mary's'.SI
Proposals for SubsiBtouce Supplies
I-UUCIIA81N(1 AND DIU'OT. C 8
Hun Antonio 1cx May 8 1KNJ. )
CJKAI.KI I'ltOI'OSAIsS in dupheuto suulect
O to tho usual conditions Hill bo received ut
this ollleo until 1 o'clock; noon on Mu? -I.
iHNl for furnishing und I in media to delivery of
the following Hubulsteuco Supplies lzi
2 'JtM 1-ounds Cornincal In new seamless
3 :iui Pounds Onions In barrels.
l.tino feet White Pino 1 miniver M-lneli. dressed
1UU0 feet Whlto Pino Lumber 1-Inch dressed.
Jlldders must stato tho arlety offered and
trio locality in wmcn raisea ...
Hlank proHnals und further Information
Purchasing and Depot 6. B.
Old Yienna Restaurant
207 W. Commerce St.
First-class meals served ltvcrytblngln first-
class style lireakfast from 0 to 10. Dinner
fruinmoll. SupperfrumtltoV. 0-11-ly
G. B. FRANK'S
o Our Regular
what we have to say about
OUR BLUB FLANNEL SD1TS
Fancy Plaid In Casslmorcs.
i mtti. at 3 n
litrNt oniysl ieft ... 'r...!at 8 KS
litlEl'lllahilsouio and all wool.... .at 10 Ul
l.otfl.lH.1 Handsome and all wool . . .atlOtui
Iit SIIW llnudsnnioandnll wool. .at 10 it!
lAd tUTI llandsomo and all wool at It l.'
itihy styles In Worsted Corkscrew Mohair
Ingnll tho way from tllftltu Its. In
Youths and Boys Suits
31 and 33
310-312 Military Plaza San Antonio Texas
Tlnwara Afrats Irnnwara and llnllilers llaritwars
faints oils Cllasa Nails Cutlery Kte.
Agent for the Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(The (Ireatest I.atmr-avlng Machine)
Fur Ferry & Co
I.ANIlltKTIfH (i.tnllKN MKKDS
Fence Wire of Every Description and at lowest Prices.
Another Big Reduction
In All Departments!
A. KAHN & CO.'S.
We cannot be undersold as we have again re-
duced our prices 20 Per Cent from former prices.
Our aim is to be the CHEAPEST HOUSE In San
Antonio. We have no special days for drives. We
don't give any Chromos or Watches.
Wo are Heiubiuiirters ou prices and wo
bought a 12.ll bankrupt slook at U rents on
tho dollar. Vou can save money by uiainln-
lug our stock.
lim dents' Cassluiere ftultsat (1 M. .worth I
llutlents'L'iuslmcro Suits nt linn worth Ulul
1l dents' I'asslmero Suits nt N1. worth lirsl
101 dents' Citsslmero Suits at 7 Ml. worth UIU
undents' Ciisslmero Suits nl T WI. worth 1.1 ul
lll dents' Socrsucker suits at SMI.. worth 4l
125 Pairs llluo Flunnel Punts at 2 U)..wortli U W
Youths' Hoys' and Children's Bulls.
from II 60 suit up
Knit Undershirts nti"o.. .worlhfino
hull uruwera al .io. worm ism
TM I'lt ees Whlto floods ut Tkj j anl
r-tui Pieces Victoria Luwn attoyard
AX) 1'leces 1 ndlun Linen nt H'.o yard
r-) Pieces Indian Linen lino. ut loo yard
JUi rtcces ery mw iroui isoio inu yum
Also u cry lartro lino of Nainsooks In tnnall
medium aud very largo patterns at 8(0 toe
ISo fif!:i)a andio.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
wo hum irot Ihcin vert' low. in
lUiuburtr and Swiss from -o iter yard up.
All-Over Iaeo for yokes and slett es
Pieces Fancy Dress Lawns at 3c.
Nil l'leeos fancy llress ltwns at loo
MS) Pieces all shades Nun's Veiling. . .at Ao
A- KiA-Hinsr &d go.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street.
WANTED Everybody to know that nice Job
Printing Is done at the Light ounce ut
IMPORTaHT If you desire olty trade adver
tlso lu the Light the most generally read
Hespectfully announces to his many friends In
fcan Antonio and the traveling1 public that lie
lias opened at tho above premises a Q rat-class
roBtaurnnt Dishes scrvod to order In auy
stylo. Meals at all hours and the tables fur-
nished with tho best tho market aLTords Also
Ico Ureum and Bherbet.
Parties Picnics and Balls Provided For.
Polite and attentive waiters In attendance.
Weekly Drive. o
Read and nondec over
Do not forget
'or we lire the Kings In that Iln
BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS
p quantities threo for M cents nnd
Wo offer 100 rtoieu very pretty patterns at
cents worth ft Ml.
Wo nlso Include rerv irnod Mnen fnn
trnlaiiudcred rlliirt alM cents each.
Do not miss this
chance but call and get
a Nice Spring Outfit at
CURTAINS AND CURTAIN GOODS.
Scrim Curtain Material at all prlc
at a doz
MHO Doz. Uood Thread at aw doa
A II styles of Ijullca' Cant as IK Its. . lit 1(10 each
luu Children's Itubber lllhtis at Co
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS DEPARTH'T.
500 Itoi. very heavy Honeycomb Towf Is
t Ufo vard
I I'lecvB Turkey Fancy Tublo Dam
W Pieces llleached from tOo up
STAPLE DOMESTIC GOODS.
Itleached Hhet tlutfB from fto per yard up
lied i'leklnjf rrom do per anl up
llrown Sheetings. ....... from lio kt yard up
Hod calicoes i . . . from &o ier ard up
lied Tlckliurs. at Co 7etHie IDo up to &oyard
GUSTAY PELTZER'S SALOON
Cur. Darrens feud Alamo Hts. Ban Antonio.
lteer on draught. Lunch and refresh men ts
at all times.
The Fourth Ward Howling Club have their
rendezvous hero. Cull and leo me.
40-3m QUSTAV PELTZElt Proprietor
wm mm garbii
AllOVK THE OITI HKEWKlt V
day. Hying Horses for tho young. Kasr
access by way of Or arson street Ueautlful
shade. Call and see mo.
i-ZWm JOHN 80UDU Proprietor.
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