San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 121, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 9, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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The Best Advertising Me- 1T ' " 1T W "I I i I T T I 1 (Tni Larger Circulation Than
diumintheClty. kJCll 1 L A.JYYmKJ Ldll V I 1 I I T Any Paper In the City.
Volume VI. Number 121.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Fans and Parasols.
Our lininonso assortment of Summer Dress Goods is replonlshod
veokly during tlio so.ison by now shipments and llio latest novoltios
ire added to our already well-selected stock of Whlto floods Nnln-
looks Muslins Lawns Organdies Percales I'crciillncs Etninlnes
uud Cnnvns Clotli.
i LACES AND EMBROIDERY.
Wo carry tlio largest stock of Uclgo-Coloroil Egyptian Oriontn
u wlilto cream and bclgo-colorcd In Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o uiatcii at prices lower than Hue goods gonorally arc sold.
IVo lire ahead of all competition ai re-
gards prices quantity and styles.
Main and Military Plazas Sao Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to bualncaa center w Ith licit aeuomniodMlont. 0-4 1
A. A. if. A. BROOKS.
I'i:nsi:ii oni.v ii v
skillful ami expi5-
KIKN'CCII I' II A It MA
CISTS OF NONIS HUT
THE I'UtlEST MKIII-
CINKS AT PUICCS
THAT DUFV COMPI.TI-TION.;
WMesale anOBtall Drnistsaml DispensingFiiarmacists
302 and 304J3.ISfde Military Piazi Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LUIIIN'M IlINNELIS ATKINSON'S ALFItl'.IMVIIinilrH A N l)CO LI) AT E'SFIN EST PRIt-
FU.MU3 HoriLKU AN1HN HULK. '
Makeinotnlitako. Tlio CorncrIriiK Htomof
I. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor.S. Flores St.
Cull uiul o tlio most elegant ami tinuntlr Sodn ami Mineral jtVater Fountain in tho Stato
CITY T STORE.
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Curries I ho larpCRt SKwk of line
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Hiiy lioiiPo in thubtuto. Nniiktoiwis ami hcaJs of famllloH will ilowclltomako
tht'lrurcl)iu3ti8ntthlt'8tablihrutjnt. Ihu follow inKUn.cn Coffees Hlwajilmtockj
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
o '"PPll.es Delicious Frcah-Koaatcd
TKLKl'IIUNK NO. 11.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
work Hooma opposite On mis' Hunk
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Fnran iuv lit. flni.t. n.l .1...
"Ad St ladles'
i no uncut kind or ladles'
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
' S-WtWo..... M--
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
v And At
Beholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8treeta.
We offer the greatest bargains In fane;
goods as well as In the staple lines.
ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
i noons in:tivi:iti:i)
FIIMi Til AN V PAltT
and Orounil t'orroo. ST11ENQTH and KI.AVOlt
NO. 1 NAVAltKO BTKKKT
f.w. McAllister a bro.
101 101 AND 105 S. ALAMO It. COR. VIU1TA'
SAM ANTONIO IIU
Wo are Wholesale and Betal! Dealers In Austin
Wblto Llioe Best Brands or Dark Bosendale and
Imported English rortland Cements Plaster o.
Paris and Long float Hair and wonld ask you tc
Call or wrlto us for prices before purchasing else
where. Please mention this paper.
shAa' m.dr?.r'i 1P'r'- h wait.
shoes mado to order.
" -. HAMPBL
CleTeland and bit bride returned to
Washington quite unexpectedly jester-
The London papers are generally
Jibllant orer the defeat of borne rule.
The liberal press Is taking a quiet sur
vey or the situation and tbe general lm
presslen la that home rule Is postponed
The St. James Gazette says: A great
"aye" or "no" must be spoken before
me nome ruie nena can ne tqueioneu.
The Freeman's Journal. Parnell't or
gan says: Tbe principle of home rule Is
for tbe moment defeated but not killed.
mo Din nai Deen ion dui nine prin-
ciple of home rule triumphs.
It la thought that Gladstone will make
a final statement before dissolution on
The majority agalait tbe bill sur-
prised even unionists. Several members
supposed to favor the bill went Into the
The cabinet at lla meatlnir. hv
unanimous vote resolved to appeal to
There Is Intenseexcltemeat throughout
tbe whole countrv over tha outnnma at
tbe lone parllamentarv contest. Con.
servatlves and wblga everywhere are
making tbe day one of jubilee. At Bel-
fast Londonderry Armagh and other
towns loyallatt have been stoned daring
parades and demonstrations.
Tbe secretary of the British home rnla
association baa received a letter accom-
panied by a donation from Mr Blake
the leader of tbe opposition In the
Canadian parliament. Mr. Blake prom-
ises further Decualarv aaalatanea In alii
of the objects of the association.
Tne infantrv reslmanta of Frankfort.
on-tbe-Malo are being drilled to the nsa
of byclclea for military purposes. The
men ride the machlnea In marching
After tha announcement of tha vnt.
last nlsht. durlna- tha tremenJnna i.
eltemcnl following aeveral of tbe Par-
nellies arose and called for groans for
Chamberlain whlcb were given wltb
shouts of 'traitor" and "Judas Ilea-
riot." Chamberlain merely laughed.
Tho village of Kaw Ins Snrlnira. V. .
was almost completely destroved hv flr
this morning. All the places of resort
with the exception or the Baltimore
bouse were burned. The loss Is esti-
mated at 1130.000. The Inaur.nn. I.
small. The hotels were to have opened
W. C. Harding A L'o.'a woolen mill at
Stanford Conn. took lire last evening.
Tbe buildings together wltb all their
contents were destroyed. The loss la
$225000 partly Insured.
A very bitter feellnar Is entertained In
Cork by nationalists against Chamber-
lain on account of his opposition to tbe
home rule bill.
Gladatona. after announnlmr tha iltian.
lutlon of parliament will Issue a mani-
festo to hi) Midlothian constituents
which will aerve as a general appeal to
A meeting of Scotch ueera and mem.
bera of tbe bouse of oommona waa held
yesterday. A oommlttee was ap-
pointed to promulgate tbe Irish borne
rule doctrine In Sootlsb constituencies.
The Mew Grand theater at rjinllll
was burned yesterday morning and the
block in which It was located is
a mass of ruins. Less on buildings
100000; en oontents $40000.
owlneiord has been confirmed rover-
nor of Alaska.
Tne Snanlsh lehnnnen inlmit at k'i
West were fined $400 each.
Survever General Dement of m.S
denies under oath the charges made
The Drealdent haa accented tha lnl.
tatlon of W. 0. Hopkins to spend August
mm mm uu me ot. uiair river.
Tbe raoe for tbe Grand Prix Paris
was run In a pouring rain and won by
Miner's bay colt MerlTllng.
TbeBhode Island assembly have re-
elected Aldrloh to the United States
Tbe Cincinnati saloon keenera will taat
tbe constitutionality of the Scott liquor
law before paying tax.
Tbe Nationalists of Leeda want
Michael Davltt to stand for East Leeds
In tbe coming election.
The north-bound naaienirer train from
Bharlestown S. C plunged through tb
trestle approach to the Santa Fe bridge
yesterday noon smashing ap the
coaohea and killing six. Tbe oonductor
and mall agent are seriously Injured. No
cause assigned for the aocldent.
Tbe election for orealdant of the Ty
pographical union at Pittsburg yester-
day resulted In favor of Mr.-Amison or
Nashville Tenn. Ills regarded as a Vic-
wiri ior m n. oi u. wing oi ine inter-
1'lttlbnrK Car oomoanv haa entered
ult against the master of the K. or L.
car-drlveM assembly for Interfering
uumug ui u. uj srucring a nnii.
In tbe Nortb Carolina local option
elections prohibition carried the day at
Kalelgb Concord Oxford Kingston
7 . """eniown .ijouisourg
Winston. Sale. Ariex. Beaurnrt nrf u;.
The 120.000 damara anlt .o.ln.t Ur.
Gar Held resulted (a a verdict In hor
The Catholics of l!lt.r ri.t w.
Gladstone that thev cannot Im.. .nl
dare to be trampled upon by tha Oranre-
men Three Orangemen.charged with mur-
ur m awaiung trial at Beirut.
v'rh" T.f.lrwd 0" "Tike In New
York will be abandoned.
The Bt. Loala races are largely at-
tended and tbe meeting Is the moat In-
teresting ever held. The prizes are the
largest ever offered.
The Chloago police think that they
7. "'"" moeuuiary wno nrmt
the Canal street building In which eight
)lvei were tos(.
. The (night jExpreta on the Georgia
Uentral waa . wrecked at llogars by
vllllan and the firemen killed: engineer
The Press stand In the St. Louis fair
ground wbloh fell during the eclipse
races on Monday. Injured TJyer or tha
hi ru RPubl'1o.o savarely that be
iwiwara: uauorne aHoei-
ated nreu aarent. waa hnrt in ik. .ni..
Mana-ela had a ihonM hv..r.J
PJMJKruni?lni nPinr editor of
the Globe-Demncrat waa badly bruised
" UI. 1IKUIIJ
Mtlwauke rioters. 49 In nnmhae
""JaTfod In court yesterday and pleaded
2 000. to
Tha trial or the Chicago anarchliU baa
wwm . ivr una at.
Sheriff Jonas of Gonzales denies that
be baa circulated a petition for bla ap
pointment aa marsnai aa wired to tne
Prof. Ifouser. or Illllthoro. eharireit
With Derlarv In the Waco case of Hurt
Oiman. who murdered the hack-driver
iiousnton aas Deen discharged by tbe
Belton county farmers deny that the
State Alllanoe will partake of the politi-
cal dish this fall.
Galveston Is still agonizing for
thorough democratic organization.
the coroner's lurv on the Nellie Mlir-
non case at Houston returned a verdict
F. IlalO. of Galveston hn I oiieht out
the Mcllbenny company of Houston
uu win assume cnarge immetiiaifiy.
Mllam county bar met Tuesday and
recommended A. J.Lewis for tbe vacant
Leigh Burleson or San Saba has en-
tered the Hits as a candidate for the dead
Coperaa Cove reports that the late
rains Insure a half crop for early corn
and a lull crop for late corn. Wool ready
for market and considerable sold; 1U and
Sherman has levied a tax of 7." eenla
on the $100 for general and school pur-
poses and will resume the payment of
CreD DrosDecta around IIrnV r
good and so are Breckinridge's guberna-
Palestine hotel keener. Iiivk nnnl.1
their Issues and will contest the consti-
tutionally of the botel occupation tax.
Tbe brl"ge acrone White Itock river
In the vicinity orTrlnlty was completed
last week and has been accented hv tha
Itusk defeata the nronosltlon for local
option by a vote of2Sa to 130.
Petitions are tclrculallnK at Kl Paso
for tbe appointment or John S. Itankln
Fayette oounty; It. U. Duval. San An-
tonio and It. C. Ware Mitchell county
for tbe vacant United Htnte. m.r.h.i.
ship. Tbe people have given their en-
dorsement to Col. Baylor of I he rangers
uu mi ttkiucu me eaine to tvatmngion.
Bam King or Kl Paso a rich China-
man with an American wife. Imt hli
baby chrlstlned In the Catholic church
Marchman.of Georgia waa ivlnttieil
out of $100 at Fort Worth yesterday by
tbe old dodge or freight charges and a
Tvler haa ntinh.aif a the in.-
brick and a three acr lot fnr nnt
school purposes; price $14000.
Ine Dallas countv farmers will ilia.
J iota of tbelr own cotton direct to manu-
acturen without the services or middle-
men. Rev. Dr. Gallowav. Rllhnn alact nf
tbe M. E. churob preached the bacca-
laureate sermon at Georgetown oollege
To-morrow mornlnir Mr. Walter
Bremond or Austin will wed Miss Mary
Anderson daugter or Mrs. Judge Ter-
rell. Examination ofnuDlla In the tt in.
stltute for the blind was held to-day.
The lumber kilns of the Jefferson lum-
ber company burned yesterday morning
aim me uiiiii uau a narrow escape.
Work Is progressing rapidly on tbe
bridge over Nueces bay on tbe Aransas
W. U. Thomas recovered 14.000 In hi.
ult for $25000 against tbe Sunset road
at El Paao.
Carl ltudloffand Mlsa Minnie Hlrsch-
en whose marriage license waa reported
In yesterday'a Liout were married last
night at 8 o'clock by Justice Anton
Adam at tbelr residence on Nortb
Flores street. A large company of
guests aasembled and a Jolly time waa
fiieaiautiy passeu Dy an present some
Ittle delay was occasioned by tbe late
arrival or tbe bride and groom who
were to have made their appearance at
8 o'clock. Tbe guests became very Im-
patient at the delay and tbe justice
started off In bla hatk In order to meet
another engagement to splice a knot
but met them on the way and turned
back with them to make tbem happy.
Tbey explained that they had been out
hopping all tbe evening and took no
heed or the lateness of tbe hour. Tbe
wedding came near being postponed
Mr. Herfi Story son of Captain W. K.
Story met wltb a revere aocldent this
morning which will lay him np for a
few daya. Aa he was starting from his
father's livery stable on Acequla atreet
he attempted to stop his borse which
was standing near by bitched to a
buggy and which started off. Tbe
horse ran tbe buggy against a post
overturning it upon Herd who was
thrown to the around and draraRri um.
little dlstanoe. His shoulder and hip
were hnrt pretty severely. The horsa
smashed tbe buggy somewhat before
arauing loose irom 11 ana ran np
quia street until ne stopped or bis own
The following it a (1st or the cases dis-
posed of to-day In the district court :
2267. Dismissed for want of prosecu-
tion. 2231. Continued by consent.
2284. Continued bv content.
2401. Defendant granted leave to file
2415. Plaintiff leave to file supple-
2229. Continued by defendant.
2340 Continued by consent.
2323. Continued bv Dlalntlff.
22G3. Puercb vs. Puerch suit for di
vorce aeienaaat uiea a oroas bill and
judgment waa given for defendant and
At 12:30 o'clock the court was en
aged la trying the case of Onnen
helmer vs. J. U. Steaa-all and wife and
Mrs. Bteagall wu testifying. Her hus-
band frequently Interrupted Colonel
Shook and at ona time a flirht aaamad
imminent aa SteagaU arose In a rather
bllllgerent attitude and stopped Shook
la hta examination of the witness Mrs.
Bteagall though Colonel Shook bad
Irani atrtnttv within fmr..l...l hn
but persona .near by grabbed bold o
otaasait auii preventeu a row. ivnen
Bteagall again Interrupted Colonal
Shook- Judge Noonan told him It be did
not keep quiet he would send htm to
Jail for three dayi wbioh acted like a
'dose of Mra. Wlnslow'a Soothing syrup
on a fretful ohild. Mra. Bteagall tettl-
lad that her husband waa Insolvent and
that all the property and money be-
tvugou w ubihii an aister. mo cue
waa itut in progress at i o'clock p. m
Botthu writer uiunt aecomnmir tin
Edtter San Antonio I.lithtt
It Is pretty generally understood that
Mayor Callagban desires to be "en-
dorsed" by being re-elected ; but he Is
nut near aa strong now as ne waa wnen
he was elected by a plurality of 8 votes
over his three competitors. Hundreds
who supported blm In 1SS5 now pro-
maim ineir uetermination to vote
against blm. and he haa drawn no re
cruits from the rinks of his former od-
ponenti. The people da not approve of
uis attempt to control tne city elections
and will snow their disapproval at the
ballot box with considerable vim.
Tho plan mapped out by his friends
is to get two canaiuatea 10 run
against him so aa to divide
the vote that will be cast against htm
but this plan will "pan out" an abor-
tion. Tbe Knights of Labor will not be
so stupid as to fritter away their strength
by a factional contest amongtbemielves.
Nor will tbey ensure defeat by running
a candidate of their own. The oppon-
ents of the "klna-" will concentrate unon
one ticket and will swoop the Held. Mr.
vauagnan was eieoteu oy a plurality or
but elclit votes and hundreds that voted
for hi in will never do so again. Mr.
Charles Hugo or ex-Alderman Bolton
could be easllv elected mavor. and either
ortbem would 1111 the olUce with marked
ability and dignity. I).
Itefused Docont Durlal.
A school master at Caitrovllle. named
Bernelllv. was nolsoned and died a few
days ago by an overdose of morphine
taaen Dy nimicir to relieve physical sur-
ferlnar. He leaves a fimllr In New
Braunfels which was his home. JIo
was a member of the fourth degree
Knights or Honor or New Ilraunfels
and also a member of the Krauken-
Kaitaen vereln of that place. He held
Insurance on his life In tbe former lodge
for $3000 and In tbe latter for $1MJ
which will be paid to his widow Mr.
NIc Manger or New BrAunrels and a
member or the K. or II. lodire. hearlnir
of Mr. llernellly's decease went to Cn-
iroviuo to tee mat ine remains were
burled decently and complains of the
rude manner In which the authorities
of the Cathollo and Presbyterian church
there treated him as to the burial of tbe
body presumably under the supposition
that deceased hadaulolded these church
fathers refused burial to the corps in
tbelr cemeteries In face of tha verdict of
death from accidental causea rendered
by the coronor'a Jury. After some
annoying dolay the city records were
searched and a long forgotten plat of
ground that bad been set ailde for a city
cemetery was found and therein tbe
remains were Interred.
To Sustain HJm.
Mrs. Alice W. Casa and John W. Mil.
ler of Nortb Carolina are In the city
airs. iaee cornea to san Anionto to aee
wba can be done lor her unfortunate
brother Louis V. Williams now In Jail
for having murdered a fellow worker at
Known In tbe City.
Mr. E. II. Koester. who was murdered
In Uvalde on the night or tbeCth lust.
was well known In the city and at one
time was a baker and sold coffee con-
fectionery etc. on the west tide of the
It is said that a well-known renorter
of San Antonio wrote Governor Ireland
in the following terms: "Dear Gov-
ernorBe not discouraged- 1 am still
with you" The governor smiled and
pressed onward In his candidacy for tbe
Byron L. Crouch the well known
stockman is in the city. Mr. Crouch la
experimenting In feeding 500 beeves
wltb corn and it it said that thus far bis
experiments are a success and will lead
to a general adoption of the principles.
L. Haley Is In from the west and re
ports neavy rains along ine aoutnern
raotnc irom inanition mis way.
There Is ncthlntrdolne In cattleexcent
a little trading In beef 2 cents being
tue ruling priue.
Tbe horse market Is weak except for
(at mares and they are scarce. There is
too much "Cavayard" atock on tbe mar-
ket. One llrm haa 3000 bead or tbls
class which tbey are offering at $10
The dressed meat Idea Is taking fast
hold in Texas. The fact that tbe trail
daya are about over la eenerallv admit
ted bv stockmen and those who read the
signs or tbe times aright are arranging
to mature anu latten ineir sioca.
This morning about 10:30 o'clock the
police were notified that a rather young
looking Mexican woman who gave her
name at Cerla Talamantes waa annoy
ing a family living In a hut near the
Lone Star brewery and that the said
woman acted aa If she was crazy. Offi
cer sparza was sent out arter ner anu
brought her In an express wagon to tbe
notice station. Here the was auet-
tloned by Marshal Shardeln and gave
very intane and r.ntatlsfaotory replies to
tbe qusttlont asked her. She evidently
haa a child somewhere about tho city
and from her conversation the baa been
locked up and a charge of lunacv haa
been preferred against her in tbe county
"Dlowed Her In."
Latt night at 0:30 o'clock Betty Fontle-
roy a colored girl 17 yeart old and John
Johnson a colored boy or IS were made
one flesb by the spoken wordt of Justice
Anton Adam In bit official capacity
Tbey ought to have been married 12
months ago. What brought matters to
a crisis wat the charge made before the
justice yesterday morning by Betty
liceu iiiuiuer ui me gin tuatuonnaon
bad teduced ber daughter under nrorn-
lie of marriage and a child bad been
born. She let tne matter rett until yes-
terday when she heard that Johnaon
Intended to marry another girl. Uenoe
the charge against to bring him to time.
He waa arretted yesterday afternoon at
0 o'clock and given tbe alternative of
;oing to tan or marrying tie chose tbe
atter but said be had no money for tbe
wedding fee or marriage lioense. Tbe
expetant mother-in-law did not like
the tuggettlon that the pay (bete little
fees vet she wanted the trlrl married
and finally contented to withdraw the
charge pay the costt of tbe ault and foot
the wedding bill all of which only let
im uau l mo auiuuut ui 1U.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries in the Southwast. We quote for
THIS "WIEIKJIK: :
At 8 Cents.
Fine-Sheer India Linen ami Nalnaook Cliecka
At I 2 1 -2 Cents.
ttl.llft I.llirll. VIM Ha f ..wn .ntl'an. Q..
At 20 Cents.
I'lnlil Unll. V.I......I
At 30 Cents.
Finn French Matlalea i'eralln Lawna Mullf!
1 aiiey Ijico rUMa. etc.
At 50 Cents.
.t trt .the MrcnniofFiinpurchaMira waa
Mi-inni nit tiair innri me amount or Faua sold
iil'tiwlciitiil. TiMlay vu Kill add two new
ii Silk and Hall
One lot or ll Aril.tlcnllr Palmed
lurreil ManJIci. wurlli ii.
At I O Cents.
hami v . urw... una-
At 12 1-2 Cents.
fwlbnndmlHs8trlml1llaln ami Check.
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
la. The N'eweat Wiuh flni.lf
At $25 and $28.
310-312 Military Plaza.
Tinware. A late Ironware
I'alnta oils. Glass NalU Cutlery Eta.
Agent for the Data Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(Thollrcateit Labor-saving Machine)
For Parry Co.'a Celebrated Conk MoTM Champion liar-
vaat llrlgauin lUnga. and HafonTs Dual and Chiliad
l'lowa. Sulky Mows Cultlyalors KU KU.
LANUKETlt'g UAIIOEN 8KKD8
Fence Wire of Every Description and at lowest Prices.
Kreil B. Sheltonf a votine Englishman.
a partner of Mr. Hlley Uordon archi-
tect lias left the city at the l.iniir Intl-
inmeii ine nay niter ne Icrt has van-
ished 'about $1100 belonging to Hie llrm
and Mr. Gordon Iblnka he will never see
bis partner or tbe oath any more. The
LimiT referred the matter several daya
ago and asked the quedlon: "Itlley
how much did you looie."
Euill Scbarff reached the court room
after the court had adjourned and waa
re-arrested and gave a new bond.
itoianu uoerinir. continued.
Ernest Itlsche.obstructlngttreet allat
warrant oruereu anu case continued
Pete Jones drunk and down. 15.
Solomon Blount drunk and dlaor-
A Remtdy for Lung Dlsaaias.
Mr. Kobert Newton late pretldent of
the Eclectic College or the city or New
York and formerly of Cincinnati Oblo
used Dr. Wl.'lam llall't Balsam very ex-
tensively In bis practice aa many of bis
Entienis now living anu restoreu 10
eallh bv tbe usa af this invaluable mad-
lulne can amply testify. He alwaya
suld that so good a remedy ought to be
prescribed freely bv everv Dhvslclan at
a toverelgn remedy In all catet of lung
atseiiet. it cures consumption and
uaa no equal ior an pectoral complaints.
Justice Adam'a Court.
Affidavit wat made cbarslnir Nicholas
Sowaver or St. lied wig with an assault
upon jeuersoa rnompson colored and
ni.aon it line ana warrant wat issued
no new civil sunt nave Deen tiled.
Justice Crawford'a Court.
Warrant wat Issued Ior the arrett of
Louis Polltzer who It charged with an
assault on atinerva iiuraen.
Assignment for Benefit of Crodltors.
O. F. and B. F. Huntaker and K. B.
itlce composing tbe firm of Uunaker &
Co. made an assignment thlt morning
for the benefit or the credltori of the
llrm W L. Thompson is made the
assignee. No schedule of assets and
debta baa bean tiled.
Mission Qarden Concert.
Last evening the Salzer-Sternhelm
combination made tbelr first appearance
ueiore tne Dan Antonio puouc at Mis-
sion garden and were greeted by a very
large auuience an 01 wnom were ae'
lighted with the concert and perform
ance. Tbe combination It a talented
one and all of Itt membert are artltta of
Nearly a Fight.
A tllgbl dlffloultv occurred thlt morn
Ins at tbe Intelligence oOloe of Messrs
Bowaaan A McCmre on Weat Houston
street. In whlcb a wooden legged man
and whose name we failed to ascertain
wat conspicuous tome hot wordt were
used bat nothing mere tbe meeting
however adlourned with the under
standing that tbey would tee each other
later on anu wnan tney uo we trutt tne
mttter will be settled 10 the tatltfactlon
or all concerned.
Tbe continued ralnt have obstructed
Erogreti on the Arantat pan railroad
ut there It little donbt bat what Bee-
vllle will be reaohed during the coming
week. Fifty car-loads of lumber a
large quantity or furniture and other
merchandise it already waiting1 to be
taken there and It would Indloate that
Beevllle It prepared to do her share to-
Parasols Parasols I
Although the Inroads made on this stock
waa great the dally addition haa kept pace
wuh tho ruth Thla week wo offer marvelous
big- job worth ts.ni.
At $ 1 .50.
Slity Ecm'PoiureeB Paragon frames.
EoroJNmgee lined trimmed wltb handaoine
At $5 $6 and $7.
We do not need to alng- the praises of our '
Ouraelvea. Other folks do that for us. Erery
of Ihe quotation for thla weekl
At Oand 2 -2n.
Egyptian and Oriental Laces 2 Inohca wide.
At 20 and 25n.
Kvnll.nan nrAn.l IhIL1.i .-.-
Navy lllue. llniwn and Tan. At sV! lid Mo
"even Inches wide. In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
viue anil llelge. 13 inches wide; and at too
Whit. Kern and llelge IS Inches wide.
box Dress Robes.
"7 VL1."- yro inula unen with a
larui ui mmimiuery in two wiutns at 3.0O.
Ji n yarda nno Linen D'lnde.Dyarda of beauti-
ful embroidery at 3.60. Fancy Btlmere and
trttnmltw at p. a 1 a and 14. Pongee DrcX
totiea at $7 SIO SIO.60 and 930.
San Antonio Texas
The Printers Excursion.
Handsomely nrlntail Inrll.lln.. h..
been lent out to member! or tbe print-
ing fraternity and edltort which reada
as follows : "You are respectfully in-
vited to acoompany an excursion party
to Avstln Saturday evening June 12
1880 and participate In a grand banquet
& ..J1". Au"n Typographical Union
No. 133 In honor or San Antonio Typo-
graphical Union No. 172." It Is eatl-
maiea mat about 30 persons will go over
from San Antonio returning Monday
morning. Tbe fare for tbe round trip
Is $3.53. r
StMl Htv Blllnn Tlaa.
In stock and to arrive two oar loadt of
the belt tlet ever offered In thlt market.
u.a 111 nay uanng pretaet.
-"i 1 Iran a scnuLTncss.
Bon Ton RasUursnt.
Yon oan tret frood meals at both OA
and 35 cents. 5-17-lm
rurnllura 1 Furnilura 1 1 rurnllura 1 1 1
o elllng furniture at extremely low
Tho public respect fully Invited to at
liricea . oerore purchasing clae-
mere Call at No. 41 West Commeroo street.
. W. Paescnrr
i8"1 for Krastus Iteed.
Tha Mtlson Blanebs.
Tblteitablllhment.ranklni'aa It Inatlw
detervet among our restaurant! at A No.
1 nat lately undergone tome renovation!
and modern Improvements the chief
onet of which are a new ventilating pro-
oen for conttant transmission of cooling
brcezei all doort of Ingress and egreu
are shielded by beautiful and artlstlo
wlre-tcreen doort and nary fly It ad-
mitted to tempt the gourmand of bin
who loves hit leisure for bla repaata to
be disturbed at tbe time he lovea to par-
take or bit dally meals.
Mr. J. B. Gulflemette and lady are both
experienced in the art or tuooetifully
catering to the public and will never
leave a thing undone that will at all
timet cater to tbe comfort of tbelr
Tbe Malion Blanche it tltuated on
Market street opposite tbe big market
and Mr. GulIIemette It chief caterer.
200000 poundt barbed wire.
200000 poundi imooth wire (black.)
200000 poundi imooth wire (galvan-
Worcester patent wire fence itayt.
Darlington t patent barb-wire lever
latob etc etc
It will be to the Internet of
the merchant farm or stockman
and builder to tee ua before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are .deter-
mined to tell and wilt make low Agures
to parties who want car load lota.
Give ui a call or write to Piper Schal-
then 8 10 12 11 Yturrl and 249 Market
streets San Antonio Texat.
5-17-lm Piris $ ScnuLTHiss.
Me Is Htra la luy.
Dr. Weathen la here to stay. Hit
practice la growing dally. Be bat nut
with fine tucceii and has oredentlalt aa
a thorough phytlolan tecond to none.
Ult remedlea are safe pleasant and effi-
cient. Children take them cheerfully.
Visits with pretcrlptloni $1 anywhere)
In the olty. Chrooio diseases aollclted.
Office at Nette'a drug stort: reeldenoe
227 Klmlra street. Telephone No. 118
'lutklan's aralta Salve.
The Best Salve In tbe world for Cuts.
Brultet. Bores Ulcers Bait Maeum
Fever Bores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Bkin bo-v!
tlons.and positively' ourea Piles or as
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
Eot tatitfaotlon or money retaMed.
15 cents per box. For sals by A.
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