San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 110, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 27, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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The Best Advertising Me- Y Y TTfYt I lO 1 I T T I 1 il Larger Circulation Thkrt
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Volume VI. Number 101
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 27 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Fans and Pa asols.
Our immense assortment of Summer Dress Goods Is roplonlslicd
yookly during tlio season by now shipments and tlio latest novelties
iro ndded to our rtlrouily woll-soloctod stock of Whlto Goods Nnlu-
looks Muslins Lawns Organdies Percales Porcallncs Etamines
nud Canvas Cloth. .
LACES AND EMBROIDERY ;
Wo carry tlio largest stook of Bcigo-Oolorod Egyptian Oriental
n white cream and beige-colored in Flouncing All-Over nndKarrow
o match at prices lower than (Ino goods gonorally aro sold.
IVe are ahead of nil competition a re-
gards prices quantity and stjles.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convortlcnt to business center w 1th leit accommodation. 0-4 1)
A. A. itF. A. BROOKS.
I'i:nhi:d oni.v hv
SKILLFUL AND I'.Xl'K-
ItlKNClin I'll A It MA
CISTS OK NONK HUT
Till! PUREST MKI).
OINKS AT Pit 10 IIS K
THAT IlKFV COMFKTI- ;
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza
Mnko no mistake. Tint (
I. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
j tlio most rtutfiint uii'l i
14 Commerce Street San Antonio
CariU's tho lnrrist stock of lino
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any houoo In tlio State Ftort'ki-tcr ami heads of fniiiNlw will do wtlltomal
heir purchases at this establishment. Tho following UrcvntViiTct'S always In stock
UAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
Tills liouio supplies Delicious Fi oih-Iloaitcd
guaraniifu. i cuuee koiu i. ruitaieu aim g-ruuuu uu uiu n-iiiiae(i uy aicain power.
TF.LEF1IONU NO. 11W.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Work ItoomsoppoBlto Urttos' Hank
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For an easy fit. Boots and shoes mado at jul
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
vaiura jciau ana uame
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall Corner o1 Commerce and Losoya Streets
..!W"Lunol Meal at all lour.
lite niun in attendance.
Wc oiler the grentest bArgalns In fancy
goods as writ as In the staple' lines.
FttKK TO AN V FAUT
Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
ml MltiiTiil Water Fmintittn In tlio BUI"
and Ground Coffee. BTHENUTII and FLA VOIt
NO 14 NAVAKUO STREET.
w. McAllister & bro
SOI. 103 AND 203 S. ALAMO St. fCOR. VILUTA
SAM ANTONIO TKXA
Wo are Wbolesalo and Iletall Dealer In Austin
Whlto LI mo Host Brands of Dark Itosondaio and
Imported English .Portland Cements Plastor o
Tarls and Long Goat Hair and would ask you tc
Call or write Us for prices before purchasing elso
lMeaie mention this paper.
Th iih?? V'iieB.tf? uU BV?"yone. Ilepalrlcg while you wait
Xho finest kind of ladli-a shoes mado to order
Everything served in Flrst-Clua Htvie
WILL UNCLE BAM ALLOW OH DAME
English Racing Bventa Qeronlmo'a Bcalp I
Orlouns Princes Toronto Riot- (
Labor Lore-Maxwell's Do- j
tonee Chicago Ulazos.
New Voiik May 20 'j bo Herald this
morning says: Several Irishmen who
have taken an active part In Irish revo-
utlonary matters both In Ireland and
America wete asked yesterday to give a
synopsis of what was done at the con-
ference In llolton. "The possible action
of the American government on the llsh-
crles question" said one gentleman
"was discussed by tho delegates. For
the past 10 years the physical force of
tie party uas Deen directing its energies
o forming n nurelr mllltarr oriranlza-
getting Into' dllllculty abroad might be
uiiiizeu io narai tier at a moment's
notice. Should this government get Into
trouble with England we can furnish at
a moment's notice 30000 Irishmen to
move on Canada the opinion was that
the American government. If left to it
self would back down on the llshery
questlon but the senllmentof the Amer
icans was so strong mat tuegovernment
would have to Mish tho matter strenu
ously. A proposition wvs made to tit
out a lulling vessel and daro the English
ana uantiuisns to inienere. it was
thought that a crisis could be precipi-
tated in this way."
Chicago May 20. A disastrous fire
occurred In nlarge brick and stone struc-
ture at the corucr of Congress street and
Wabash avenue early this morning. The
loss will approximate fully $1000000.
Tlio structure In which tho lire origi-
nated Is six stories In height. The first
alarm was turned In shortly after S but
oeiore me arrival oi an' lire sieajicrs
be names bad burst out of the building
with much fierceness nndlnashorttluie
the building was on tire from top to bot-
tom. It was tilled with material of the
most Inllamuiatory descrlntlon. The oc
cupants were llelford Clark A Co. pub-
usuers; van Antwerp uragg aio sumo
business; Doiirichue & llcnnerberry
book binders: It. II. 1'eale it Co.. litho
graphers and the Central Lithographing
company llelford. Clark & Co. a Ions Is
$30000. The Insurance amount In all to
n bout $000000. The origin or tho lire Is
unknown but It Is supposed It started in
the engine room' In the busement of the
building. Tho loss on the building will
be about $100000; Insurance $90000.
Cixvklami May 20. The Knights of
Labor met at 10:10 o'clock tbls morning'
and nt 1 o'clock adjourned till to-mor
I be llrst business transacted was to
admit new delegates who were not
present at the last general assembly
nehl at Hamilton Ontario. So assem-
bly was permitted to bu represented
mat whs not represcuieu til the Hamil-
ton convention. General Master Work
man I'owderly made ancxtemporbiieous
address. In which he referred to the
ordei Its remarkable growth its strikes
and boycotts and advised calmness nnil
luuiciousness in an actions otueiegates.
iue sianaing committees were then
nDolnted on laws strikes bovcolts and
the relations of toe order to all other
orders. Special committees were ap
pointed on the address of the Women's
Christian Temperance union also the
plan of Edward Norton of Chicago
wuo at yesterday's meeting suggested n
manufacturers' union. I'o ulve all the
committees a chance to get to work the
convention adjourned and the remainder
of the day was devoted to committees.
A pian is on root to call in all the com-
missions of tho present organizers re-
Issue some and drop others. The Inju-
dicious conduct of many organizers lt
Is thought has caused the order a great
deal of trouble.
St. Lous May 20. -The court room
was crowded to hear what line would
be taken by the defense In the Maxwell-
Urooks murder case. The Judge ordered
the court-room closed and locked al-
lowing no one to enter or leave during
the progress of the case l'he prisoner's
counsel made a statement for hlui and
then Ilrooks was put upon the stand and
narrated In detail tho circumstances
connected with 1'rellers' death claim-
ing as was known one week ago that
I'reller died under his hands while un-
dergoing an operation for stricture. Up
to the adjournment of court nothing
new was elicited.
Washington May 20. Nothing Is
known at the war department In regard
to the reported action of General Miles
In offering a reward for tho capture of
imirKauu Aiiscues ueao or auve. 11 is
stated that If suoh i the fuot it will be
disapproved. It Is said further that sucb
a course would not be considered civil-
ized warfare even against bloodthirsty
Wucnii-eo May 20. Mrs Louis Kiel
widow of the dead rebel died nt her
home at St. Vital yesterday afternoon
after an Illness of two months. The re-
mains will be burled to-day beside those
other husband In the cathedrul cemetery
of St. Boniface. '
London May 20. The race for tin
Derby stakes was run at Epsom to-oay
and was won by the Duke of Westmin-
ister' bay oolt Ormonde. Mr. It. Teak's
ouestnut colt the Hard secured second
place and Mr. Y. II Graham's brown
colt St. Myrln third. Ormonde won
the 2000 guineas slakes at Newmarket
and since then has been a hot lavorlte
for the Derby.
Pabis May 20. The cabinet by a vote
or six to live to-day adopted the nrln
clple or the expulsion of the Orleans
princes bill providing for their expul-
slon. It will be drafted on Thursday
anu arterwaras submitted to the cham
her or deputies.
ToitoNTO Slay 23. For over three
hours last night tbls city was under mob
rule. Word was received by Knights
or Labor that omnibuses from Kingston
for use of the street railroad strikers
would arrive here between 0 and 7
o'clock to-night and a large crowd went
tojneet them accompanied by a brass
band. On their arrival the omnibuses
were driven slowlv through tlm nrini.
pal streets the crowd gradually Increas
ing in numuer until nearly z.ooo persons
were following In the procession. Every
street car met on the route was attacked
with tirlr-L. unit itnn.i
drivers and conductors were Injured and'
iuo nuuciv uproar was Kept up toe
police being powerless to do anything. I
lletweon 110 and 40 street cars were .
wrecked hi that way and are now lying I
In the company's shop. Fortunately
so far as ascertain.)! no person was dan- '
geroutly Injured. Had not the Knights i
of Labor broken up the procession much
more serious results would have fol
1 he I. mil r to-day presents (he card of
Mcs.ru. Kelley & Shean who have fitted
up the new Woodbine saloon on the
cori.er of outh Flores and West N'ueva
street. Ilolh gentlemen possess prao-
Ileal knowUdge gained lrom long ex
perlence and will no doubt make a
grand hit with their new establishment
In catering to popular taste. Mr. L.
McCoy an experienced mKologlit has
charge of the bar and the lunch set each
morning has no superior. All should go
w lu re the honey-sucker twlneth.
Ilcfore Justice Crawford yesterday
the case or Judy Itoblnson versus John
liraiier ror forcible entry and detainer
resulted In a vetdle' for plaintiff.
Tbecnseorthe i'nultlu Kxpress com-
pany versus John Kliiaban was tried
and the result unsa verdict In faturor
the pla'ntlll for the sum or J-V).
A Picnic Encampment.
The Sundny school or the Msdlson
Square l'resbyterlan church will give a
picnic encampment on General Young's
ranch near the nuw lrou bridge on the
San Anronlo rlver.next Saturday. Ex-
tensive and elaborate preparations are
being made under the direction ot Major
D. N. Hash and Mr. C. 1'. Arnold. Am-
ple transportation facilities will be In
reaillness at the church Saturdsy morn-
ing at half-past eight o'clook for all
who wish to go. On the grounds there
will be refreshments of all kinds and
tents will be erected In esse of rain.
Games of all kinds will be the order ef
Our stockmen report some lively trad-
ing In good mares at present and say
that for tho llrst time In the history of
Texas mares are worth as much In the
market as horses of the same grades
'1 ho causes leading to this they say Is
partly due to the stoppage of the great
cattle drive on account of the terrible
drouth now prevailing which makes a
light demand for saddle horses. The
value of horse stock has depreciated
somewhat while the value or mares has.
Wants to bo Excuoed
While looking.! hrougb the columns or
the Light last evening 1 noticed my
name on the programme ror an oration
on June ID. Having previously accepted
engagements otherwise I canaot speak
on the 10th; I therefore ask to bo ex-
cused. Had the committee on pro-
gramme consulted mo before enrolling
my name 1 could have saved tbem or
that trouble G. J. SrAitNai.
Rovlvaf Sorvlcea nt Trnvls Park Church
The congregation Is increasing and on
last night was very large. Much Inter
est Is manifested and quite a number
asked Tor tho prayers The.textjtomans
8 .U: "It Is God that Justlllelb." The
preacher showed that It Is the preroga
tive ui uuu iu inruou iue sinnor.
The sublect tbls morning was "Tho
work of faith." The minister entorced
the Idea that tiro Christian should work
as well as walk by faith and this should
be done whether the results ureseenor
not. Labor for the Lord Is not In vain
und whatsoever Is done for him will
At the close or the meeting several
came forward for prayer. The singing
was with much religious fervor and the
Interest was deep and Impressive.
A Now Enterprise.
Mr. T. C. Applewhite has onened on
Smith Vlnrf. .lr..f ..- ...!
large and commodious' stock yards for
acuities ror handling stock of all de
scrlptlonsls certainly equal Ifnotsu
The varila in HnMi. n.l
idled with an unlimited uunli'nr wnier.
can anu see lor themselves this new en
It Was Not a Homicide.
One day recently as the reporter wis
passing up street he was attracted
by screnms yells and moans from a real
dence In the vicinity. He hastened to
the nollce headauarters and Informed
Captain Shardeln that some one was be
ing muruereu anu in his excitement he
even uunteu up ino worthy citizen re-
siding at the house In nuettlon. and the
three excitedly rushed thither only to
uuu mm one oi iue young ladles oi the
amity nau ueen vocalizing in tne varla
Hons oi "Jesus. Lover or Mr Soul." 1
was only the song that was being mur-
Soledad street Mrs. Stoneman a lady
uuuii u years oiu on yesteruav
morning from consumption. Altbougl
K Sturdevant and other klndhear'ted'
cuueiei uu iu iuo lasi moment ner re-
omnia win uu interred tuis aiternoon at
New Suits Filed.
The following suit have been Hied in
the district court since last report:
F. C. Illtchln. vs. John Kelly suit on
J. 11. Mason vs. George i'ascbal for
settlement of partnership.
Ed. Steves Stn vs. W. A. Crane
Jay Mlnter vs. J. II. Martin et a!. suit
Edgar Schramm vs. Hugo Patterson
suit on notes.
C. Vlllemain vs. Charles L. Dlgnowlty
Bill UU UVIC 1V1 VAIWV
Since the Light's report yesterday
pnysicians' certificates show the follow
Alfred Wetsleln aged 0 years lrom
mum iBinr in iue 'iniru waru.
lenrv Laux. aged six years and s hair.
iiuiu eiiniic-uiie iii mo second waru
Frann lea Panar.. ....l in .1.-
from .Inllamallon of the bowels t n the
1'aullne Davis aged four weeks from
Inrant or Charles Harris aged nine
days from trismus naoentuiu. In the
j uiru waru.
T11D SHADY SALADO.
A Lnrgo and 'Morry Party Picnicked
Yesterday morning a merry parly or
young Indies and gentlemen left the busy
scenes ot the city and repaired to the
rural vicinity of the Salado some five
miles from the city bent on having a
good time. The personnel or (he party
was ellto and representative the con-
veyance a big four-horse "bus" and as
the latter plowed her way through the
rolling billows of prairie flowers the
merry shouts and lauchs of her lolly crew
caused them to be chased by more than
one vigilant farm-yard dog.
Ilefore leaving the city the party had
secured a search warrant for pleaiure
and upon their arrival on the grounds
tbey scon found It. Croquet and all
out-door psstlmes wero Indulged In a
magnificent lunch partaken of and
things made merry generally. The pic-
nlo was given In hoi.or or some visiting
roung tames in tne city ino lotiow-
nglsanartlal list or the participants.
the others not being obtainable: Misses
Ophelia Kinney ot Anstln; Winnie Mo-
Graw. or Ilryan; Willie Uwls. or
Georgetown Llllle Adams. Jessie Hell
i.uia Hunter ma vance v irginia .-sew-ten.
Anna Ilrooks. Kmma Sterling. Nel
lie Fuller Nellie Ijwday chaperoned
by Meidamcs Corrlngton and Hell and
Messrs. II S. Corrlngton 1'. J Lewis
II. T. Herndon Chas. II. Kinney F. A.
Ilrooks w. w. Herry J .K. roung. w.
W. Wh tworlh. Staton.Kcran. II. Shiner.
Sam Gaines Otto llergitrom.
llopnt tho Springs.
Last night a delightful bop was given
at San l'edto spring which was very
well attended tne names of those pres
ent being as follows:
Mrs Hosmer Mrs. Maddox Mrs. De
Cordova Mrs. Hobards Mrs. Cunning-
ham Mrs. Deweese Mrs. Louis ilerg
Miss Annie Howard Miss Cummins
Misses uosa anu Angi cummins .Misses
lllaucli Fannie and Flo Eager Miss
Macon. Miss Yttirrl Miss .ma Ogdcn.
Miss Thomas.of Dallas; Miss Muruchenu
and others Messrs. . Green II.
Fowler C. Ogden Jim French 1". II
Shook W. Itote II. t jnnlngham A.
Hosmer W O. ltobardS Judge llobert-
sun or the supremiwcourt; Capt. Gaston
or Dallas; Louis Ilerg Sam W. Dennett
Lieutenant iiauance united Htates
army; II. Godwin Mitchell Captain
nauger san aiiioiiio limes; captain
Hal Howard Ilelknap Hllles; Johnson
Mlnter Sam Cooley HertV Store' W.
Herd'. A. C. Shell. Geo. Cooner. W.
and J. Tobln nad others.
Two little hottentols named Joe Ma
son And David Williams were arraigned
for destroying the shrubbery and other-
wise desecrating graves In the cltv cem
etery. Their demeanor and the evidence
proved them hard utile citizens and
they were lined $10 each.
W. J. Mclllemaln vtnl lined $2 for
leaving his team alone.
. Groom for using Insulting language
to Caroline Wraught bad his case con-
W. Moore wascharircd with unmerci
fully beating his horse. Tho evidence
showed that Mr. Moore was endeavor-
ing to persuade the horse to draw a
heavy load by his tall and upon the
animal entering nn objection to the pro-
ceeding Moore straightway proceeded
to demonstrate man's superiority (In
one respect) over animals lie was lined
T. J. Jones seemed to have labored
under the hallucination that be could
put a chunk under the munlclualltr and
paint the under side a beautiful carmine
out a uiue-coateu luinou of t lie nroresaid
corporation Informed him that lierhad
-uu ino wrong uiggins." nt. Jones
II. E. Ooodw n. a good-humored sub'
lect of Oueen Vic. was out on a run with
jonn uaneycorn last evening. and hav
ing screwed tne peg one notcu too tigiit
was compeueu to pay so tnereior.
iuicoaei nines was very urunK. anil
like an honett man owned up. He got
ou wiiu iue conventional v .
Nearly Burned to Doath.
A sad accident occurred in a house on
San Marcos street Monday evening. A
little 13-year-old girl or Mr. William
Kendall an Englishman was nearly
burned to death by a ooal oil lamp Ig-
niting while she was trying to light the
same tne wick railing into tne on. 1 lie
burning fluid caught her dress and
In putting water on the flames this
only served to spread tbem the more.
uer parents wero absent and no assist
ance could be rendered her until a gen
tleman living in tne next yaru uearii tier
screams. He ran to her assistance but
couiu not ciinio tuenign picket lence in-
tervening until she was terribly burned
He also was burned severely In ex
tlngulshlng the flames.
A Strong Tlckot.
Stato senator II. II. Andrews.
Representatives George W. liius 0
County attorney George l'uschal.
Tax collector 'P. 1'. McCall
Assessor Sam C. Ilennelt.
Treasurer Ed. Froboese.
District clerk George lt. Dashlell.
County clerk Thad. Smith.
County Judge John Copcland
Justices of the peace Anton Adam
Siddlsry nd Hirneis.
Messrs. Noyes A Larigholz are Just
now in receiptor alargelotorgoodsthat
recommend tnemseives tor tiiecomrort
of summer consisting of lan dusters.
leather and linen fly nets ear tips and a
large supply or tne most modern hard-
ware In the saddlery business. A casual
glance at their large establishment re
veals the fact that they mean to keep up
with the march of time. Finehomo and
hand-made harness for buggy or hack.
saddles for the cow-boy or Mexican
hidalgo are always on hand. 27-3t
Sin Antonio Turn-Vareln.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that be has taken charge or the turning
school of the San Antonio Turn-vereln.
Lessons will be given on Tuesday and
Friday evenings at 8 p. in. at T urner
nan. 121-ui; joiin a. jikckiiann.
This is to give notice that Mr. Frank
0!smlth has severed bis connection with
the Steves Arms company 210 Com
In withdrawing from the above men
ttoned bouse I extend thank to the
publto for patronage and ask that the
same db given tne nouse as heretofore.
Zl-.ll t RANK UIAUITIf.
HAAS & OPPEMEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stack of White Goods. Laces
and Embroideries In the
THIS WEEK: :
At 8 Cents.
HnSheer. India Linen and Nalnsoox Check..
At 12 I -2 Cents.
.eckl MiYsllns; ' """ ""n-
At 20 Cents.
ltvK.c"c.r'' orro "
At 30 Cents.
Slirlnir Tide'' a venr . Irll.h Hailn fiai.i
itie rrem.il lliill!.... lvrstan tjion.. lt.ui.
'y l.iu-0 rJaMi. etc.
At 50 Cents.
militant ullilsy luiur: thnatnniint nt I'un.iuM
Teejueiileu. Tintay wo will n.1.1 two new
.midered imWIk and JatlnT "" ""U h"-
Ji.T.1.0.1 r.f l"''Ar""'';lr Palmed and Fancy.
Uirtnl Handles worth f.1
At lO Cents.
ll rubrics. Kite t'ne 1'uney Dreis Gin-
""' At 2 1 -2 Cents.
"'"""'"t pieces HtrliKil. Plain and Clii-o
Vatteona. ' -lineman
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
Undines." ' """
At $25 and $28.
Itltlily l:tnlrol.eml llnbes. A1"llrs
r-t-olored I Lice and Krabml.lerfes to
h any or HicaUitOKOiid
310-312 Military Plaza
Tinware Agate Ironwar. and llnlldan' llardwsri
I'.InU Oil Ula Mall Cutlery EW.
Agent for the Dafu Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
iTho (Ireatfit ijiWSavIng Machine)
Fur Terry St Co.' Cel.bratit Cook Htov Champion Uar-
.t llrlmilon Kant... and luford's Mtl ndt'hlll.d
I'lowa Hiilky Flow Cultivator Ele. F.te.
I.AMDKF.Tirs OAltllKN BKKDS
Fence Wire cf Eiery Description and at Lowest Prices.
Gents If you want a good shoe rrom
$1.23 to $3 go to Sullivan's No. 249 Com-
merce street. 4-14-tf
I respectfully oall the attention of the
ladle to my display of French millinery.
Hat and bonnet made In the latest
styles and at extremely low figure. A
specialty In mull caps hats and bon-
nets. Give me a trial and secure rerfect
satisfaction. Mmb. Le 1'tRt
4-10-0m 43 Alamo f lata.
200000 pounds barbed wire.
200000 pounds smooth wire (black.)
200000 pounds smooth wire (galvan-
ized. Worcester patent wire fence stays.
Darlington s patent barb-wire lever
latch etc. eto.
It will bo to the Interest ot
the merchant farmer stockman
and builder to see us before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter-
mined to sell and will make low figures
to parties who want car load lots.
Give us acall or write to I'lper it Scbul-
thess 8 10 12 14 Yturrl and 243 Market
streets San Antonio. Texas
l'H'tJt X SCUDLTUESS.
Stool Hay Baling Ties
In stock ard to arrive two oar loads of
tho best ties ever ottered In tbls market.
For use In hay baling presses.
17-lm Firm & ScnuLTnEss.
Bon Ton Restaurant.
You can get good meals at both 25
and 33 cents. 6-17-1 m
uaoh. Aud yet. In tho
and fluids Irreconcilablo lnttieli constituents
tnai navo no cnoinicui amiiiir lino wiiu ine
other ato Introduced Into It. Are theie so
e..ltn.l rfinerifoa mum dlurefitlbln than villein.
Iter Positively nol Tlostetter's Stomach
lllliers oa ino oiner uunu a siuipio ineaicine
harmonious In its compoiltlon and readily as.
slmllablo Is active and prodiiuoa marked as
wr.ll ita amioilllv annteclalile effects boeauau It
Is a rational remedy suited to the stomach. It
Is a tonlo In the true sense becauso its bar-
tinna of illireatlon. Not the least of the
tits which Itoonfora Ua thorouxh repair ot
lhn .lantHirn Initiated nn the itoinacb liv UU
chosen remedies. For biliousness constipa-
tion malarial complaint rticumatlsn: t and
kidney troubles It la alike Invaluable 6-liMw
Southwest. We quote for
Parasols Parasols I
Although the Inroads made nn this stock
was trrent the dally addition has kept psuw
with tho rush Tills week we offer narreloua
big lub worth 11 W.
Sixty Ikru Pongees Taragon frames.
Ileru Pongee lined trimmed with handsotn.
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mlkadu Vum-Vum and Nan-Ka-Poo itle.
We do not need to sing the praises or our
Ivis. Other folks do that I
or the quotations for this weekl
At 10 and 12 I -2c.
Eirrptlan and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Kfrjrptlan and Oriental. In White Helire Fancy
Nry lllue Ilrown and Tan. At W and aso
even Inohcs wldo In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and Heine n Inches wldot and attta
White Kcru aud llelgo is f ncbe wide.
Box Dress Robes.
Itnlm Pattern 10 yards tndla Linen with
yards of Kmhnildery In two widths at f)3.fiO.
Ten yard lino Linen ll'lnde. Vyard of beauU-
rul embroidery at S3.60. Fancy Btlmere and
t'anvai cloth Itoho with oolored embroidery
lobe at (7 15 $ 10.00 and 20.
San Antonio Texas
takes place to-night at 9 o'clook at
Zlnsmeyer's saloon. All holding chances
be on hand.
Trr TL. ...I. .
America for sale by the bottle or dozen
at Emanuel Abrahams corner Mllltarr
plaza and Trevlno avenue. 6-31-tf
k RslUbls rllels.
such ifooda as will rire the trade satisfaction.
ll.UFowler lt.Oobnsi Co.J. D. Devlne. J.
Uavln t io drurjliti lead ell competition-
They aell Dr. tlosanko'a Oouih and Luni
Symp bocause lu the best medicine on the
market for Coushs Colds Croup and Primary
Consumption. Price 10 eents and II. Kara.
... w. iiuji oi uo.. nnniesaio and Itetall
Vruiirtsts of Home (Ja. saysi We have been
ellinir IJr. K n s New. Viscovery. Electrlo
Ulttors and lluoklen'a Arnica Salve for two
year. Hare never handled renedle that sail
o well or rive such universal satisfaction.
Thore have been some wonderful cures ef-
case of pronounced consumption hare been
entirely cured by the uie of a few bottles ot
fir. Klns's New Discovery taken In oonneo-
Hon with Electrlo Hitters. We auarantee
themslway. Sold by A. Drelss. 1
ror Uls Chup.
A Una BAwlnv M..M.. rMnHl .A
this office. ' 4-lJ-t
One hundred cue Jut rsoelved fcy
Emanuel Abraham tne grocer. Cor-
uo .uunu j yiau san a revine at II
Rooms and lurdsrs.
Mr. f.tiuahaM AV7 alm.iA .Ima
Is prepared to receive roomers and
uwiuon. Dvuiuern eapoaure eou
Gallagher'! latest good for the blue.
You can buy a oopy at th following
placet : Ernest Itlsohe opposite lov-
oftloe ; O. F. Frommer opposite Conrt-
house; Baldwin's book store and at Itu
Liout office. 4-S-tf
There 1 nothing that add ao tnunh tn m.
sonal beauty as a set of pearly white teeth and
Bure. sweet breath fly usirur .MORLKY'S
ItlOONTO the teeth and funs an kept In
Bsrfeot order and a fragrant breath aaaurod.
nly HO cents a Iwx. Liquid anil powder.
For sale by F. Xultever it Bon .
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