San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 120, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 8, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
Larger Circulation Than
Any Paper In the City.
The'Best Advertising Me-
dium in the City.
Only $5 a Year
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. TUESDAY JUNE 8 1886.
Volume VI Number 120.-
Fans and Parasols.
Our Immoiiso ussortmont of Slimmer Dross Goods Is replenished
a-eokly during tlio souson by now Bhipiiioiita nuil tlio latest novelties
jro added to our already woll-soloctod stock of White floods Haiti-
woks Muslins Tj.wiib Organdiea Percales Percolines Etamincs
and Cativas Cloth.
3 LACES AND EMBROIDERY !
Wo carry tlio largest stock of lJoige-Oolorod Egyptian Oriental
n white cream and bcigo-colorcd in Vlouncing All-Over and Narrow
o match at prices lower than lino goods generally are sold.
We lire ahead of nil competition re-
gard! prices quantity and styles.
We offer the gre ateit bargalne In fancy
goodi ai well at In the ataple Unci.
Main and Military Plans San Antonio Teias
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Couvenlent to tiullnOM center with bcil accommodations. M l
VliNSKI) DNIV II V
SKII.I.rUI. AND fiXI'K-
U1KNCKU I' II A It MA
CISTS OV NONIS HUT
TUB PUKi'.HT MBDI
CINKS AT 1MIIUIIH
THAT UBKY UOMPBTI.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE.
FltKH TO ANV PAIIT
A I'ART.MKNT OPEN DAY
L. ORY N SKI & CO.
Wholesale aniMail DrnEgistsani Dispensins Pfiarmacists
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
I.UIIIN'S UlNNKMr). ATK 'J.JfflJ XSSUVi7lIlj'fcit.t C0LaA'rl!'3-rNEST PBn
Mlke-ne mistake. Tlio I'orlleiinrug Htoreof
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Pi&za.Cor. S. Flores St
Citll and huh thu mint liratit hii 1 imponslvt Sinlil and WJnoruMV tiler Fountain In the KtHto
"W. J"- HZOXjUj-A-ISTID
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Curries tlio lurvcHt stock of lino
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO; RIO Etc.
TELEPHONE NO. lwl.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
i PUHikf anil Itiiirmvlnir. Wutf-liefl and Cl.Wlk lteualrlnir. Oulv the UlOit
Skilled Workmen Kinr-loytxl. Strict Attention to all ltusliit'8 entrustedtu ui. UDiou Mid
Work lloomioKttu Unios' Hunk
NO. 14 NAVARRO 8TKEKT
F.I. MCALLISTER &BR0
20t 10S AND 105 S. ALAMO V. COR. VILUTA
SAM ANTONIO TKXA
We aro Wholesale and BeUU Dealen In Auiua
White time Dtxt llrmndi of Dark Roteodale and
Imported Kngliih Portland Contents Piaster
Parli and Long Goat Hair and would aik you tc
Call or writ ua for price before purchasing elae
where. Please mention this paper.
TELE0BAPHI0 BREVITIES. I
After a lensrthv discussion In the sen-
ate the oleomargarine bill went to the
committee on agrioultura by a Tote of
Th. anaf naasari the aovnaular and
diplomatic appropriation bill..
Crlap of Georgia and llolman or In-
diana kilted and made op In the bona
representatives yssteruej. me rum
were impended and m iimoar-cuuur
and desert land aoti were repealed 183
to 90; under suspension of rnlei tbe
$76000 appropriation for pnbllo build-
ing at Springfield Ho. paued 184 to 6.
Kalier William a-oas from Emi to Gas-
tlen thla month iben to Berlin before
gelng to Alaaoe to wltneti the military
manoeuvrea. is ia rumorru wai ne win
bare a oonferenee wltb tbe czar In Aug-uit.
The Freneb mlnlatrr releoted tbe coin-
nlttee't amendment of tbe crlnoet' ex-
pulsion bill and tbe matter waa reoom-
Iondon enloved the novelty of tbe
lrst con.ular dinner ever given In that
city on tbe night of the 0th. TbeSwIia
comul preildend Penfleld United Statee
viue-consoi general ii secretary anu
treaiurer of the cujsul aiioclatlon.
New Mexico la flooded br the beaTT
ralna of the pa. t week. Every bridge of
the Santa Fa aoroaa tne mo uranae
with two eiceptlona hai been flooded
The works of the Pennsylvania Bolt
and Nut company the largest of tbe kind
In the country wen destroyed by fire
day before yeaterday.
Tbe Cbeyennea have all gone to Tongue
rlTer Montana where at tbe mouth of
Cook creek they are engaged In the bar-
baroui and bloody orgies of the "tun
dance" In wblob norlatea become war-
rlon and bravee through the ordeal of
The rumor la current among Indiana
f tbe dlatrlct from Vlotorla to Sao St.
Ann that tbe Indiana of the eoutn art
preparing for an outbreak.
An unknown four-maeted ateamer
went aabore on French point yeaterday.
Twenty-four dorlea containing 48 men
are reported by tbe moat recent informa
tion irom uranu can as aa astray in mair
Teiieli for eeveral weeki and not ao-
Thomaa Hunt a miner at tbe French
mine near Hanhaw wie killed by tbe
The Brltlab Columbia Kxpreaa com-
pany'a atage waa atopped on tbe Cart-
men who (elzed the trtaaur box but In
their burry overlooked a money package
N. Uoldbaum left bere two weeka ago
to pro.peot In tbe Whet. tone moun-
tain. and waa found murdered by tbe
Apacbea 17 mllea aoutb of Nogalez yeaterday.
Klsrht Deraona were (mothered and
hnrnail to death In the frame houae at
731 and 733 Soutu Canal atraet. Cblcago
yeaterday morning it ia oeuevea mar
the Are waa the work of an Incendiary.
it waa nrat aeen oy a watonman in ua
Drewery near oy.
The first union meeting of the Inter
national Brotherboed of Looomotlv
Knglneera ever beld waa thai held In
Jickson Hlcb. yeaterday. Tbe at-
tenuance waa very large mere peing
peeiai carioaoa oi delegate. Deiiuea
noae wno oame on regular name
The convention of tbe Amalgamated
association of Iron and Steel worker..
waa taken up yeaterday entirely witn
The 31th annual ae.ilon of the Inter
national Typographical Union opened
at 10 o'clook yeaterday morning In Pltti-
liurff. Tbe meeting waaoalteu to order
oy .rreaiueni juarun ji. u. nuier m
t. lAuii. nnen me rou waa oaiiea ua
delegate from all aectlona of tbe oeun
try preientea oreuenuaii.
Ueoretarv Mannlnar atood bla Jour
ney to Hot Springe well Inoludlng bla
Ml mile carriage inp.
An Irl.h crowd of 1.000 In county
Clare drove off tbe poltoe who were die-
Mavnarda report of tbe United States
comntroller'a oflloe. abowa an Increai. of
4ow claim examined ana an inereaae
f $118001300 In tbe amount of claloi
Tbe Beattle grand Jury profeaa to have
uneartnea a uemenaoua anaroniat con-
aplraoy In that territory. The eomper-
atora are dealgnated aa the Bed Ameri
can International Worklncmen'a aaao-
elation. It ill too aeniatlonal to be
THIRTT-SEOOND TEXAS CAVALRY.
A Call by the Colonel for a Re-Union.
San Micoh. Tezai. June 4. To tb.
SurrlTlng OOlcera and Soldlera of tb
Tblrty-aeoond Tezaa Cavalry C. B. A.:
A dealre on my part to meet again my
aaaooiaiea in me iwnroaeraie aervioe
aeconded by the wltbei not only of ml-
dent comradea. but of all with whom 1
have bad oorrei pendente. Impel me to
inviie yon 10 a re-union oi me regimen
at tbli place on July 30 proximo. Tb
neoDle of San Marcoa will siva von a
hearty welcome and everything will be
uone w mage your viait a pieaaani one
P. O. Woods.
jAtt Colonel of Thlrty-aeooad Texaa
. TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
S. B. WITCH ELL. - - Agent
No. 0 Houston Street Noxt to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
Oysters Flak aatt' Gam
Riverside Cafe Restauranttv
Beholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Loaoya Streets
ej-J.unou and Heala at all bomi.
follte walteri In attendance.
Everything lervrd In Flrat-ClaM Sty
THE BRANNON TROUBLE.
Col.Drannon In tbe City Looking for Van
Rlpera and Alto Vlalta tbe
Qrand Jury Room.
Col. tlrannon brother of the late Jim tlntn
non killed while bclnf arreste-1 liy the fleputy
Uultel Hlalo.lnarihal K4 anil Illll Van lUper
In thecltf this mnmlnlna f mm bin ranch
anil hail a Ion eunvema-
hal fluo dollars In hi pocket
pi.tni neunuror ineae
lie little iloubt tmt
nut! ami millM-lMl In all hi actloni
tea anil talkeu Terr rationally wun tne
iit reporter. He .Imply ear. ho "wanu
that 110) and l.rolnrto hare It" anil lulmilil-
rulirtno uniteoBiaieimarnai nuiuf nam
that any or hi. protnrr. property
pressed an opinion that be Is rislit In this
Iter liellef and that there Is no
iroperty of any man who dies has been stolen
onoo'nnoly for letters ot Hdtnlnls-
tratlon on hlsbrother's estate and can norcr
horso pistol and other property IF he enn
prove thoy wore In deceased's ioi-sslon.
I-eonard hotel In search of Illtl.Van Kllicr. and
made Inquiries for him at the hotel and opon
tbe streets. It Is stated though that ho In-
tended to ask for his brother's pistol. If be
with van itiper ana a quarrel ensues.
serious trouble aud even bloodshed may btow
out of It.
The time of this court was occupied all the
morning with the case of Hatch ami wire vs.
oitnfthn Ran Pedro orock.
hair of about M acres of land. Uovernor In
land was examined as a witness in taocasi
No Jury In the case.
Of tbe Aransas Paaa Railway A Mass
Meeting Called for the 14tb.
ilo. n oo-oierat!on wltb tbe undersigned
unties of Kendall and Kerr hereby desire
call a railroad meeting of the citizens and
business men of Han Antonio to tie held at tlio
court-bouse on the nlaht of tlio luh Inst. for
the purpose of conferring Willi dtl7ens from
ties lu reference to tbe proposed northwest
spectfully requested to bo present.
bury II. J.Oranam Kendall'. county commit.
Alonso Ilees Neal Caldwell O. C. Vaughn
. si. Uliuier uontre roint oommiuee.
Peter Inrenhutt. Uobert Madden. J. II. Had.
den Comfort committee.
Chaa.8cbrelner.lt. II. nurney W.Scott II.
H. Uurney.J. H.BUrkey Jas. Hellers Kerr.
ran Callagbaii Louis BerKstnim.
w. nrackenrldae. Chas. tluerimln.
. II. Krmnk i Co.. J . K. M urn up.
II. D. Kamoinann. Jas. II. French.
8am Maverick W J. U. Patterson
Albert Maverick A. rancoiut a Pon
D. & A. Oppenhelmcr Chas. w. Ugdcn
Klmendorrr A Co.
Leroux Sc Cosgrovo
. cVFrosr. '
Hans u. llegener
Second Lieutenant 8. L'U. Sloeum
Eighth cavalry hiving reporud at tbeae
headquarters on tb 4th ln.taat In com-
Sllanoe with paragraph I apeclal orden
o. 02. current aeries from theie head
quarter. la announced aa ld-de-oamp to
the brigadier general commanding.
Keorult Morgan O'Brien re-enllited
oy me recruiting omoer at ort atom-
tealf Texaa la aaalgned to Company D
Sixteenth Infantry. .
Veterinary Surgeon Klchard B. Corco-
ran Eighth cavalry will proceed to
Fort Molutoah. Texaa to Klva lnaLrna-
tloni relative to the can and treatmeit
or tne none aa required! by para grant
truotlng the farrier of Troop A Eighth
cavalry In bli method of iboelnghonei.
On completion of tbe duty he will return
io nimaiion at did Antonio rexaa.
To Bave Oo'. ernment Property.
. Three' thou.and .empty lack hay
been ablpped by tbe United Stat
Quartermaiter'a department :from San
Antonio to Fort tlanoook formerly
im mw w ufranuv lur sue
Durnoae of maklnc aand baa- asnbank-
ment to keep tb enoroachlng wave of
ine Dooming mo uranoe rrom totally
deitroylng the government property
tbe englne-houie and other bulldlngi
hay already been moved and unleaa a
quick receedlng of the water will take
plaoe the deitruotlou will be ooaaplet.
found on tbe tMidy
also taken and fs
the oustody of tbe United mates ruar-
ro tern wbo advertises the sals to-day
HOW TO DO IT.
Tbe New Idea of a Pleasant Excursion.
The Aranaai Paaa railroad Is making
arrangement that cannot fall to be of
advantage to tbe public. They are pre-
pareu to piaco a. tne uisiiusai vi uicniu
riartlea an engine or coach (and coachea
f rcnulred) that ahall take them to any
desired spot before 8 a. m. wait for
them and bring them nome any time
within twelve hours. There are many
beautiful anil roniantlo scenes on the
mad that Jiake tbem desirable for a pic-
nic aid ai the river la adjaoent good
n.ning anil neating etc. is ai me ois-
Doaal of the excurilonlit. The coat to
eaoh penon will ke considerably leu
man tne ordinary tare.
List of Orand Jurors and BaUlrra.
The D-raml Itirers aworn In for the
present term are the following named:
J. 8. Kamsay foreman; Ueorge Dull-
nig J. 41. Vance Henry O'Neil J. W.
nannig u. u. flicr.iwee a. iteaver
P. Hickman Jr. II. W. Tong h. W.
Peacock and W. II. Hmltb.
The following balliua bave alio ueen
worn In :
William II. Bitter Vgnaclo Uarcla
Walter B. Beck James Applewhite lis-
teria Sandoval and Gilbert Daniel..
Christian Association Notoa.
The Youns Men'a Christian insola
tion has now 130 member. and tbe roll
Ii being Increased dally.
Although lucb a bad rain atonn pre-
vailed Sunday. 2( members had luttl-
ctent religious zeal to attend tbe Bible
olau which waa conduoted by Mr. W.J.
F. Bchrelner & Co.
John B. Alexander
C. K. Klng.'k. D
Belobradsky A Co.
(leo. Cupplos Si. U
L. Drynskl & Co.
M. Landn a Iiro.
W. A. nonvnim.
Haas It Oppenhclmor
C C. Cresson. '
(I. II. Frank
IAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St. '
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS "WEEK :
Doei democracy In Texaa mean that
a nng or triokiteri man manipulate
beat meetlnga and control county con-
ventlona Inlta own Intereat and that
the Deonle are bound to aunnort the
Bomlneea of theie county rings? Let
the people Inilit upon tbalr rlgbt to run
tbe polltlotam and the government and
they will have better olDceri and better
law. me remeay lor "ring rnie" ia in
the hand of the people and tbe only
question la bave tbey patriotism enough
to apply tb remedy.
Hon. Jamea B. Stubba. of Galveiton
made deaperate attempt to shoot bis
coualn-ln-law John K. Brotheton last
night. Family troubles. No body hurt.
Chief Duerler. of the Are department.
bai received a letter from Cincinnati
tatlng that the new iteamer for fire
company No. 1 waa shipped from that
city on tbe 3rd Instant and that the
preiiueni 01 me manuiaoiuring com-
any wnicn ouut me aieamer air. i.
:bren. aoconnanlei tbe enirlne In order
to give It a thorough test after lta arrival.
The mournera were few in number
this morning and the butlneii waa very
uoDert uoenrinc waa cnarreu wun
uilng Insulting language to Kuill ScbarlT
nia len-in-iaw ana tne caie waa con-
tinueu to June v.
Emll Scharff waa arreited on an afll
davit made by bli falher-ln-lawupou the
counter obarge of disturbing tbe peace
and tbla cue waa alio continued. Emit
Scbarfl waa atrlcken with paralyala and
aent to the poor-bouie last year and hla
wue aoanuoneu mm ana iueu lor ui-
vdrce. Aa bla health lomewbat lui
proved be opened a cigar stand on Com-
merce street near WoTfson'a and la try-
ing to mend bli fortune. He eayahe
went to tbe home of bli fatber-ln law
last Sunday evening to aee hla aon and
io carry mm a smin preient nut aa me
house wax closed and the family aeemed
to be absent be called bla aon by name
aeveral times when hla father-in-law
came out from the rear of the house and
cursed him calling blm a thief etc
Em 1 Soharir Is still crlnnled bv oaralv-
Macedanlo Fuentes drunk and down
Charley W. Wilson alias the "EnglUh
Kid" put Tom Dunbar through a buz
aaw and snolled hla facial beauty and
waa pulled for lighting but aa tbe proof
eaowea mar uunDir was me aggressor
tbe caae was dismissed.
Then Thomaa'Dunbar waa nlaced on
trial for fighting; hla face bore signs of
nia naving ran a mi against a cyoione
a ateam engine or a circular saw. but
atlll aa he begun tbe row he wai
Louis Fabella awore out a warrant
against Joae Montez for assault upon
Trying to Bridge It.
A petition Ii being circulated in tbe
city calling upon the city oouncll to
filace a bridge over tbe river at Maver-
ck grovo connecting It with Oakland
aireer. Air. ueortre Havana naa bud-
crlbed $100 to the bridge fund and
mere are noDea mat me bridge win loon
be built. There can be no doubt It would
be a convenience for tbe citizens.
At 8 Cents. I
MntBhfcr India I.tnon and NatnonK Chvcki.
At 12 I -2 Cents. !
it Kausy Ptln-1
At 20 Cents.
Ial.1 .Mulls Nalnwok. Curre de Tarls and
At 30 Cents.
fprlngTlde" a very stilish Satin Plaid effect
ne rrencn nausien i-ersisn l-awns stuns
aey tce Plaids etc
At 50 Cents.
k tltti ttrcam of Fan Diiiuhiuer wan
CMinitant Mil iltiy longi i lie amount or Khiii mil1
iMi n il. TimUv vru will tuti two new
u lot nf SUU Fancr Wlnlcd mud Ilia.
Mint! on tfllk ami httln.
One lot of lin) Artistically plnt4 nj Fancy
CarvtM llanaiua. worth i
At I O Cents.
ih fabrics. Fits Cases Paner Oress flinir-
At I 2 1-2 Cents.
o hundred ploeefl Striped. Plain and Cheek
I tllnghsim -M pieces stylish American
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
MallassvHattrens. Tlio Newest Wash Clouds
At $25 and $28.
White and Cream Clshmera and Alhal
Hlchly Knibnildered llobes.
Faneroloit-J Laces and Kinbrolderlet
match any of the above goods.
Mr. Arthur Sollman. the obllslnir ele
vator boy at the Kampmann building
wai elected last night by the board of
director! of the Yeung Men'a Cbrlitian
aaaoclatlon ta tb position of assistant
Ssnaral aecretary. lie qui ti hla old poll-
on for hi new on to-morrow.
Put On Tour Coats.
Colonel Upaon tbe wall-known ex-
congressman waa peremptorily ordered
oat of the dlatrlct oourt roam thla morn-
log by Bailiff Samuels tbe gentleman
having bad tb audacity (T) of appear-
ing In tb awful presence of Judge No-
nan for moment without his ooat He
meekly left tb court however br-
r wed Lawyer Brenneman'a coat much
too imall for a moment oame In again
and transacted hi builnesi and left.
A. Junok haa aecured nermlta to build
brick addltlona to hla dwelling on tbe
aouthalde of Mill. itreet Fourth ward
to coat tSOO.
Aston SeSel haa leoured a permit alio
to build a lumber itore on tbe louth ilde
of South itreet. Fourth ward to coit
Malor W. R. Llvermore
United Statea anelaeer. who. for a num
ber of vaars waa autloned at thla poit as
ohlef engineer of tb department of
Texaa and rtoently assigned to duty at
Kanaa City returned last evening aad
will remain with ua for about a week.
It will be remembered tbat tbe major
wai appointed one of tbe boundary com-
aionera to aeui son ureer oounsy trou-
ble and It la Drammed tbat tbli in i
meaaure may hay aomethlng to do with
hi preient visit to San Antonio. How-
ever In any oaie w are glad to see htm
In our mldit again and only regret that
hla stay will b so abort. II la accom
panied by hi charming wife a lady
greatly mined among the social clrclea
ana erne oi
Flight of Austlnltea.
There wis an Influx of Anitlnlte. here
Sunday among tbem were David Sheek.
attorney: If. Paggl oarrlage builder;
149 louiQis tt jauses x. v. Doom
(Mis Holllngiworth'i lupporter jln In-i-omar:
(John IL White and T. C. Bell.
Tt Ii laid tbat tbe Sunday law In torcer-J
mare orougur mem io our uuerai any
The new comoanv At thn Fashion theatre
last night drew a Urge crowd and niado a great
nit. -iiioiaiues were remarkably good in tnel
musical selections aud danced with an un
usual chic and the oomcdlsna. Ilerkelr and
Harrison creatol roars ot laughter by their
wit ana ecoeuinciiy.
e and cannot fall to delight all
Clear the Way I
Police Offlcen Kroeirer and Frank
Brown are kent buiv every mornlns In
keeping down tbe vehicle blookade on
Soledad Itreet earned by tbe Smith
ouuaing oewg ereeieu. reams. ere
wear cltlzena with their fine teami
auote icriDture wnen mev una mem re
moved from their hitching Dosts. and
ladlea are Jostled about at a terrible rat
by tb crowds of men on tbe corner
ana in rrom or tne moons ana court
Tbe Parson Bounced.
Visitors tn thft Alamo havo an tin
knack or damaging tlio hlstorlo edlrlc
away with them inomcntocs of their visit and
ties togothor and walk round with them
nlainlnir the various points of Interest.
rule Is usually cheerfully compiled with but
tnis morning one inuiriauai persisted in
rating himself from
of visitors and
spelled. Uu being oxiiellcd he claimed t
The Cemetery Case.
Judgo T. M. Paschall was In tho city this
morning fresh from Comal district court and
Informed a reporter for the Liqiit tbat the
new urauntcis cemetery cos came Dciore
hlmtipon a general demurrer to tbe petition
and that ho dissolved tho temrjorarr inluno
tlon aud dismissed the petition. The reporter
was Informed by nno or two lawyers that the
only effect and oince of the aencral demurrer
Real Estate Transfers.
John Cummlng Macdona of Htbhre house
Mrs. si. v.neroauu an uuumueu na
ost In abstract &i. survey grauted to
liustlllos. and In abstraot awi. survey 67 situ
ated on the south bank of the Medina river. lc
llexar oountri containing (WHS seres. Prioe.
aw.iw.16.ax! parable May 10. IN. and
040 put In by grantor for his share of Improre-
.William Hammond aud wife to Bennle Mor-
ton Hammond lots lXS4andTln block
lit In San Antonio. Price fc! and otner good
Hmnhen Annlnwhlte to Thomas (1. Annli
white lou 111 and II In blook No. 1 In the lower
Krt of 8au Antonio near Feat's garden aud
. miles from Military ploxa. Prloe f 10 and
otaer vaiuumo cousiacrauona.
The Terrell men carried tbe Austin
prlmariea Saturday night.
Parasols Parasols I
Although the Inroads made on this stock
was great the dally addition haa kept paoa
with tho rush This week we offer marvelous
At $ 1 .50.
PUtj Roru I'ongvci Paraxon frames.
Etfru Ponrcc lined trlutned with hand noma
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mikado Yum-Yum ana Nan-Ka-Poo ityle.
Te do not ncd to aluff tbe praliet of our
OurtclTPi Other folkt do tbat for ui. Breir
cuitomerli an adrertlimcnt. Here are Mmo
of tbe quotations forthli weekt
At lOand 12 I -2c.
Egyptian and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Kgyptlan and Oriental In White Beige Fancy
Navr lllue llrown and Tan. At IM and KM
seven Inches wldo. In tbe above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and Beige. 13 Inches wldet and atBSo
White Kcru and beige 18 Inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
Itobe Pattern 10 yards India linen with
yards of Kmbroldery In two widths at 3.60.
Tea yards one Unen D'Inde.eyarda of beautl-
310-312 Military Plaza San Antonio Texas
Harflware Stores Agricultural finDlBments
Tlawars Agate Ir.awar. and Balldsrs Hardware;
I'ataU Oils disss Nails Cotl.ry KM
Agent (or tbe Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
s (The Greatest Labor-Saving Machine)
flows. Hulk? riows. Cultivators. Klo. Itte.
LANOItnU'r OAltUKN IKEUg
Fence Wire ot Ever; Description and at Lowest Prices.
Substance of Ills Charge to the Orand
Un the county road question he laid:
It waa the duty of the grand Jury to
lauilne Into and report tnon the con
dition or publfii roadi.
lie also alluded to the frequent escape
of county convicts from the convict
camp anu tne laxity oi tne guarua mere-
at and laid that the matter should be
examined Into cloi-ly and the blame
iaceu wnere it DroDerir ueiongs.
He then alluded to the nuestlen of
penalllea for crimes aud said tbat where
a Deraon leau too ine oi oi a criminal anu
all of his wava are thole of a criminal
and he had been frequently convicted of
crime it wain mistaken laea oi justice
lor a lury to Kive iuco a person me low
est penally on the itatiile book aa that
leioa wouiu dui pur me atate to me
ania expense oi trying ana oon-
vlctlng blm of a similar oftenie as
loon aa term of hla servitude bad ex-
nlred. He mentioned tbla fact In or-
der to call tbe attention of the grand
jury io me law requiring mat uouy
wnen a persun cvnviuieu ueiurc ui a slut-
liar offense ahould be again Indicted
tbat ract anouid oe reouea in tne indict-
ment and tbat tbe law for lucceailve
oflenses placed higher penalties whlcb
me Deny jury nau to aeieoi. wnen in
Indictment recited tbe fact of former
convictions on similar and previous of
fenses. He laid that one of tbe greatest
source! ol annoyance to the courts a
wen as ine cause or ine greatest ezpenie
to the state and county waa the trial
anil maintenance of criminal. who were
a direct tax upon tne nonett ana law-
aDluing: raemuers oi tne community
Theie criminal frequently merely for
tbe purpose of securing a continuance of
mrir cases maxe application tor me
summons and attachment of witneaaea
In tbe remotest portions of tb state and
when theie witnesses were attached
and brought to tb court tbe defendant
havlnor them summoned would. In the
majority of the case fall to bay them
piaceu on me wuuesa aiano ana tnose
attached witnessed wbo war plr.sed on
tb atana rarely Knew anvtning in re-
sard to tbe facta In tbe caae. They had
oniv oeen aummoneu in me none mil
th?y might not attend and their fail-
ure to attend would prove a pretext for
tne naming oi a coniinuanoe oi tne
caae. Tbe atate 11 put to all of thla u.e-
leit and unnecessary expenie. lie there-
fore Initruoted the rrraad lurv to eerutln-
lie a great many of the atlldavlte made
tor oontinnencea ana enioroe me statute
In regard to perjury
Stations on tbe Araruoa Paaa Railway
The following Ii a lilt of the preient
nations opened on the San Antonio and
Araniai Paaa railway and tbe distance!
rrom Ban Antonio
Ths Hslssn llsnebs.
deserves among our restaurant! a A No.
i naa lately undergone some renovation
and modern Improvements the chief
onei of which are a new ventilating pro-
oesa for constant transmission of cooling
broeiri all doors of Ingress and egress
are shielded by beautiful and artlstlo
wire-screen iioor. ana nary ny la ad-
mitted to tempt tbe gourmand of him
wbo loves hla leliure for bli repast! to
be dliturbed at tbe time be lovea to par-
take of bla dally meals.
Mr. J. B. Oulllemette and lady are both
experienced In tbe art or lucoeiifully
catering to the public and will never
leave a tiling undone mat will at all
tlmea cater to tbe comfort of their
ine nation uiancbe is situated on
Market itreet opposite tbe big market
and Mr. Oulllemette is chief caterer.
station marked tbus m hay no sta
tion-masters ana ireigui lor sucn point
must oe prepaia.
ruralturet Furniture 1 1 rurnlturelll
We are selling furniture at extremely low
figures. The publlo respectrully invited to as-
certain our prlooa before purchasing else.
wnere t;au at no si west ixnmneroe street
e-s-lm for Krastus Heed
Tbe following patent were granted to
citizens of Texai bearing date June 1
1880. lie ported expreiily for thla paper
by Louis Bagger A Co. mechanical ex-
pert and solicitors f patents Washing-
ton I) c. Advice free :
J. S. Dlokey Payne churning device.
W. It. Jaoobey and S. C. Houston. Hnl.
pber Springs railway gate.
VanZevely Nelnien aear Elgin rain
Mr. J. T. Ingram ha a fore of man
putting In aide track! at Breokenrldg
the new town IS miles below Floreivllle;
tbli plaoe la a fin location for a town
situated near the San Antonio river
and possesses all the facilities for a man-
ufacturing plaoe. A new depot and tel-
egraph elUce will loon be built at that
Tbe track will reach Beevllle thla af
Mis X. L. Mitchell the acoomnllahed
daughter of Captain J. C. Mitchell
material ana ticitei agent at in aepot
bere leave for Laredo to-day to visit
friend there and will be absent for
about a month.
200000 pound barbed wire.
300000 pounds smooth wire (black.)
200.000 Doundnmooth win fsralvaa-
Worcester patent wire fence stayi.
Darllneton oatent barb-wlra lever
latch etc. etc
it win oe to tne intereet or
the merchant farmer stockman
and builder to see ua before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter-
mined to sell and will make low figure
to parties who want oar load lota.
Give ui a call or write to Piper 4 Schui-
thess 8 10 11 14 Ytorrl and 249 Market
streets San Antonio Texas.
S-17-lm Pirxa tt ScauLTBiaa
Ha Is Hsra le llsy.
Dr. Weather 1 here to stay. Hla
practice I growing dally. He hat mat
with fine aucceia and haa credential a
a thorough pbyalolan lecond to aon.
Ill remedial are iafe pleasant and effi-
cient. Children take them cheerfully.
Visits with prescription! S 1 anywher
In tb city. Cbronfo dlseaae aollolt!.
Office at Nette'a drug a tore; resMeaoe
227 Klmlra itreet Telephone No. 118.
lueklsn's aralaa laiva
Tb Beit Balv In the world for Cut.
Brulie. Sore. Ulcer. Halt Kksnm
Fever Bore. Tetter Chapped Rand
Chilblain Corn and all BkU.Jbiip-
tloni and poiltlvely cure TOm! or bo
pay required. It 1 guaranteed io glv
perfect aatlifactlon or money ratuadasl.
Prioe 2fi cant per box. For Ml by A.
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