San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 121, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 9, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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2flw Sails Sight.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 0 1880.
We bog to mlvlso tlio partlos who
hnvo no nnxlously awnltcil tlio
nrrlvnl of the Oolclirutcil
that wo have just received another
lot. Call early aB wo havo re-
ceived only u limited suit-
ply the inamifiictiircrB
liciii( nnablo to
PAUL WAGNER SolB Apt
HOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER ROUTE
New York Direct!
li tty the Miulnr sttn titers ut the
Galveston Every Wednesday.
Tlirouah rates Sli Antonio lo New York
First-class Jl.OOl Mw ondclnss S31.HS.
Kates inuluUo cvcrjlhlnir trainer. For
tickets state-moms ami full Information mil
fasscnffcr Aircnt in iimmi m
BERGSTROM & GRAY
Livery Staples & Hacts Connected
Hacks No. tn.ll. l: 1.1 11. 1.'.. Undertakers
Osxce 24 Ilium street and stables opposite
Meng-er Hotel. Utiles embalmed and shipped
all points lu th- Union. Only White Hearse
the City. Open Hay and Nlnlit. Tel. 11.
CARTER S MULLALY
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
4'J and 44 Alamo Plaza
SAN ANTONIO ... TEXAP.
bodies to ill parts ot the United states. T
phone connection. Calls attended day mid
The belt meals at the Bon Ton
Hestaurant 210 Acequla street. B-17-lm
White flannel lulu and white duck
pantl at I'ancoast Jc Son. 6-5-tr
For a nice meal call at the lion Ton
.Restaurant 210 Acequla SI. 6-17 Ira
x When you need any JobprlntlnRcall
around and get prices at the I.ioiit
Feathers dyed cleaned and curled
at Madam Quintan's 221 and 210 Com-
tuerce itreel. 6-12-lm
Don't fall to tee Madame Qulnlan'a
hair goods glossy switches etc. 221 and
216 Commerce street. o-12-lm
Panoosttt Son have Just recelred
another lot of choice summer clothing
lllg men take notice; we will give you a
t. 6 6-tf
Mallear In mind that Frank J. lleltel
keepa builders' hardware and lumber at
the International and Great Northern
Why buy elsewhere your llorae-shoe
and Square Meal where you can get
them at 40 cents per pound at WuuTt
cigar store? l-c-tf
rMfilll0.crtrld?e u" assortment
all calibres best makes and seld at man-
ufacturers' prices at l'lper & Sohulthess
219 Market street. 6-17-lm
If you want to buy or sell any kind
or stock or real estate go to Chavei.
Morln ft Mateu South Flores street.
They will deal squarely. i.j-tf
Madame Quintan's mllllnary la ele-
gant and stylish and the prices are
reasonable. Hats from $1 to $23 at 221
and 216 Commerce street. 8-1 2-1 m
Chavez Morln ft Mateu have taken
iharge of the stock yard ou South Flores
street south of Military plaza where
they will do a commission business buy-
ing and selling all kinds of slockl-tt-tf
Try Fowler'a Ice cold soda water
with positively pure fruit syrups: also
Vichy or soda with milk of magnesia
wheat phosphates tongaline or acid
phosphates lemon orange raspberry
srrawherrv and ihn.nl.i . -
olalty. No. 14 West Houston st. 4-10-tf
Auoui urea years ago the agent rer
Acker's English Itemedy first called at
this town aad since then the number of
testimonials that have been sent la to
fiagland A Co. and II. I. Fowler con-
cernlag the merits of the Itemedy and
the many cures effected surprises.
They wish It to be thoroughly under-
stood that for all Colds llearseness.
Asthma Croup. Whooping Cougb all
Phthisical troubles. They have aever
known Its equal and positively guaran-
tee It. 8
Sorry He Came.
Nicolas Iowa living at St. lledwlg
Is torry be came to town yesterday.
His pocket-book would bave been some-
what nervier had be stayed at borne.
He was arrested by an officer and taken
before Justice Adam and lined $10 and
costs In the cases of assault preferred
against him by the colored men Jell
and William Thompson father and son
committed yesterday morning.
Undertakers Funeral Directors
RAYS OF LIGHT.
(lathered Here and There bv the Local
If men are wlan and take thu I.IIIHT.
1 1n Ir prospects will tm 1-ImI.H ri.-O
H liut-thry'll always ail lli news.
Anil will bo well rn-llirta 11111I.
Mr. (). W. Orable manager of the
St. I.ouU drug mills Is In the city.
Wauled a irood colored woman toiliiirvii
i rnl housework Mr IA. II Cuiiulnitliaui.
Work was commenced te-day on
Mr. A. F. lleckuian'a new residence.
Cigars at auction again to-night 2GG
West Commerce street.
Cigars at auollon again lo-nlght 2GC
West Commerce street.
Don't be crying hard times when
you can get $13 lumber at the Calcasieu
lumber yard. C-0-tf
"Calcasieu Lumber Yard." Kast
Commerce strtet west of the Sunset
Kvervlhlng In the building line csn
be found at the Calcasieu lumber yard.
You will never have any trouble
with stock hogs. wolfe. nor chickens.
II von use the "Patent Fence" sold at the
Calcasieu lumberyard. C-tMf
If you are In need of lumber or any-
thing In Ihe building line telephone the
Calcasieu lumber yard No. 2UI. 0-0-tf
Our thanks are due for a bottle of
St. Jacob's Oil. It cured our neuralgia.
The dancer resulting from a cough
can be avoided by taking lied Star
Mr. Albert Mavarlck and family
leave to-morrow la spend the summer
at Charlottesville. West Virginia.
'Ihe directory of Ihe Sun Antonio
and Arsosaa Paesrallrnad met this morn-
ing. Mr. Ira Hewitt's line brick residence
on Acequla street is completed and be
has moved In with bis family.
The Mission Hose company bave a
called meeting or drill on Thursday
The numerous friends of Miss Salllo
Cochran will bo glad to learn of her re
covery from her recent Illness.
Tho Hotel Maverick under Ihe new
management Is still Ihe popular slop-
ping place of the commercial toutlits
Charlie Nash knows how to make
hens set. He nails 'em In their nests.
Uet his process.
Mr. ltobt. llroadman has been
placed In charge as Station agent at Kl-
nendorf on the line of the Aransas Pass
The street commissioner Is gravel-
ing and repairing Olive street. He Is
also repairing a bridge near the Interna-
tional depot nnd working the gravel pit.
Olllcer Sohumaoher arrested a young
colt on the streets last night and the
animal Is now In charge of Marshal
Two miles of street railway Iron
have been received and will be lined
principally to lake the place of Ibe old
work-out tracks upon many of the
Plans for the proposed crematory
have been submitted to the Cremation
society by Wabrcnberger ft Ueekman
F. Kyle of Kyle Texas and a son
of the late Marshal Jackroan are the
latest candidates reported for tho vacant
United States marshalsblp.
John McCormack and his sister
Mrs. K. Olll have been Inolllled that
tbey bave fallen heirs to $2400 left
them by their father In Washington
Avenue C crossing of Third street
needs the attention of the street com-
missioner badly. Foot passengers could
not cross this point after the heavy rain
of last Sunday.
Ajfood sized row occurred last night
in a saloon on the east side of Military
plaza. A police whistle was blown but
the police could not locute the sound
hence no arrests.
August Staacke says he could have
sbot bis burglar but after firing up In
Ihe air three times the burglar threw
up his hands and begged so pitifully he
let tbe fellow go.
Mr. Frank O'Connor a talented
young raechanlo who will soon engage
In business for himself In Ibis city has
secured the contract to provide the
mammoth Dullnlg building with steam
City Clerk Claudon Is mournful
over the loss of five $20 gold pieces
missing from his private drawer since
Ihe city employes were paid oil'. This
should be looked Into.
Last evening Justice Adam com-
mitted John Johnson a colored youth
aged 18 years for the seduction of Mary
ontelroy a colored woman aged 17
years but Johnson procured a license
and was married to tbe girl by Justice
Adam "later on" In the evening.
Our attention was uttracleil tbla inorhiiur to
the show esses or .Miss lleirlna llossaliiie .No.
MW Houston street to some scluienus or
lieautthil imlutltiK embroidery and art
work. Her prutlclciioy certainly lu thH par-
Ili'Ulnr branch u( business ifrmn Bonn
mention ami liners or art dcslrluir tills kind
of work done should file tier acall.
The school board visited the high
school examination to-day nnd express
great satisfaction at the work of tbe
teachers and scholars. To-morrow the
0th 7th and Sth grades will undergo ex-
amination and the high school classes
Two-hundred head of horse slock
came In to-day from the lower country
belonging to Mr. Valadez and which
are at the stockpens or Leal ft Shely.
The health ofllcer wants more olty
prisoners to clean the gutters and
streets but Ihe trouble Is he says that
there are but one or twoprlsners In the
bat cave tbls morning todo the work.
Sneak thieves entered tbe premises
of Colonel John Withers on South
Laredo street late last night and stole
a lot of butter and other provisions from
a kitchen safe which was standing ou
the back gallery.
Thomas Jefferson a colored man
sworn before Justice Adam this morn-
Ing that F It. Manus tbls morning
drew a pistol on him and threatened to
take his life. Manus was arrested and
will be tried at 5 p m.
At tlie Turner hall raffle Monday nlalit for
the inutlo box panorama and toilet set Mrs.
O. A. Austin and Mrs. Ilerpel Hod for tlio inn-
sic box which was won by Mm. Austin In tlie
throw-off yesterday rir. John Ueekman
took the toilet set. aud Messrs. Kypfcr. Clarke
"9S Uoh lleck tied for tho panorama which
will bo thrown off not Friday nlaht.
Mr. A. It. Hurler a well known fruit dealer
andpiiullererotBoWad street. wlXmldUl
iST"." ' etlropark.on North Flores street
died last ulght alter a short Illness. He was
respected and counted his friends
AutomaUo Cash Boys. j
Mr. L. Wolfion put bis new automatic
oasb baskets In operation this morning
and all the clerks agreed that tbey would
work to a charm. There are 25 of them
To Keep Reporters Out.
A I.IOIIT reporter Inteivlewed city
physician Draunnagel for hit views aa to
Ibe hospital tence. He laughingly In.
formed the reporter that he was not par-
tlcular what kind of fence should be
plaoed around the building so that It
was blgb and strong enough to keen re-
porters outside. r
Mrs. J. ll.Klwood Is In very delicate
T. M Kennedy of Ileevllle Is In tbe
city and slops at the Southern.
Honorable Iletbel Coopwood of Aus-
tin is at the Central.
Capt. W. I. Crawford of Austin Is at
the St. Leonard.
II F. Itoss a prominent oltlzen of
Floresvllle Is at the St. Ieonard.
Hon. K. It. Lane of La Satle county
Is at the Southern bote).
Mrs. It H. Pound and Miss Ida Pound
ol Ileevllle are at the Southern.
W J. IajII a Uotlad stockman la at
the .Southern hotel.
J J. Ilurke a prominent citizen of
Eagle Pass Is stopping at the Southern.
T. A. Dlalr and wife of Oakvllle
Texas last evening and are stopping at
Messrs. Ceo. W. Ames and John W
Almond prominent wool grower of
Del llio nru at the St. Leonard.
.Mr. It. W. Carrlngtonthe well-known
engineer of Pledraa Negras Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Tulle and wife are In tbe
city from their ranch In Frio county.
Mrs. Marv Anne Downlnir of La
Orange is visiting the olty.
kit. J'. jn. uacon me well-known lex-
as veteran of Austin and his sen are
guests at tho Menger.
Mr. W. Uould Husk an Kngllsh ran-
chero. of Coleman county Is at the
Mr. K. F. Iteddeld state agent for the
Beard ft Bros look company Is visiting
the city In the Interest of this firm.
Mi. A. M. Flndlay state agent lor tbe
Waters-Pierce oil oompany Is In the
city en route for Monterey and Salllllo
where he goes to establish agencies for
T. M. O Connor a solid stockman of
Hefugln county Is In the city on busi-
ness mill makes the Southern hotel bis
headquarters while here.
This morning at 1:45 Augusta street
Mr. A. It. Huney member of Travis As-
sembly So. 3J85 Knights of Labor.
Funeral will take place this afternoon at
A o'clock from bis late residence 1175
North Flores street. Members are re-
quested to attend.
Jons P. O'l.Kiiiv
Sam Houston Normal.
A copy of Ihe programme for the an-
nual commencement exercises of the
Sam Houston Normal Institute at Hunts-
vllle lias been shown the Limit reporter.
'I he exerulies began June 0th at 8:30 p.
in. and were very Interesting no doubt
as a good programme la Indicated by the
J. McColllns to Julia Ann Toombs.
Seprlano Sanchez to Gerald de la Cruz.
John Johnson to Mary Fontelroy.
t'lprlnuo Saucbex and Ueraldo de la Cruz.
U in. Wet let and Katie Hluhl
Duly Observed by the Children or Israel
In Temple Beth El.
Last cwnlnjr at sunset commenced the fes-
tlMilorrenleeost A. M. MIC by whkh the
hlldreuur I si
el celebrate the :
Mount Hlual. and tho rcstlval
served at the Templo Beth Ul by Dr. Lewln-
thal and his conjrrciratlon. Although the au-
thiMK-easlon with flowers
illhir iiiiiHlili-rnhly to the effective appoaralice
The sen ice opened by the usual prayers aud
musical accompaniments after which Simon
Kocnlirsbcrirer appeared at tho reading desk
for conllruiiitlnii and said bis prayer In a loud
clear aud dl-dinct voice. This was followed
by a very elmiuent sermon by Dr. Lcwlnthal
U)ii 'r.t rnul linujl" lu which lie fully Just
titled tho aiiH'llatlou. Then the doctor cate-
chised the m-opltytewhomaile his rcsMin-ics In
a remarkably ready and distinct way.
The lii-oph)1olieluirduly chari(iil by Doctor
lwlnthal ho approached tho ark and ills-
playlnir It made the usual profession or ralth.
Afterthls Mrs. Feed. Horn: sang the ta-autlful
air. ''Humbly ticrnro Thee" In which the
pithos and force of her rich soprano tolco
whs shown to areat aihantaae. Tho effect
was hrlithlcncil considerably by a violin ob-
llmitoclTcctlwIy rendered by Mr. W. Marx.
mnny closed with a blesslnir.
1'lie HMipli)te Hlman KoenlasberKcr Is a
ri'miirkablvlntcllljrenti:! year old lioy son of
Mr. H. W kin nljMiortrer a tailor of this city
snd ho did his paitof tho
Miss Mnrle Lacosto and Miss Llllle
II. M .lilae.
ll.iiso: I'rorcssor llalbedl and w. Oelsner.
Oraanlsti Piolossor A.J.II. Barbour.
The eeiemouy was excellent In everyway
and most creditable to thedevotlon'or tho chil-
dren of Israel.
MkNlieu HOTII..-II I Crouch Pean.aU: K M
Uacon and son. Austin: ltuland P llracht
Itockport: John W Miller Mrs AllceWCase
.Sew Orleans: William Uould Husk Colcmam
AM Hnlay Ualveston; A Appelbaum J J
Dickinson city: H Tullle and wife Frio
county: William Xchulz Houston: Mrs Mary
M DiiwiiIuk IJiUraimo; Cliff 1' Kennedy
Smmiiits HOTtL-Matlhew Kinney sierra
Itlcaj Judyo II p Marr. wlfo and son: f'earsall:
A fl oycl:Uakcr P-dwardsl'o.: (I w Orab-
ble.lxiuls: David James. D M Leod Pal-
estine: Hon. H K Lane I -a Bslle: W J Itt.
wis T M Kennedy ileevllle: T M OVoniioK
ItefuiflosT A lllairand wife Oakvlllo: Mrs. K
H Pound and Miss Ida Pound Ileevllle: MA
?!''. (lonzalcs: J I) Price Jackson Mlcb.l
M CBhluor Uexiir: J W Uarllsch Lafayette
U.:C B rltaloy8t. Louis: K F lfedllclil. Do!
Irolt: tl I. Lonely and 11 llrfinrs lloxar: lluirh
J O'ttellli y p ll liutler. Mlelena; "V Pfau?
Menard: K II Itlce St. Leula
....'k.tl! ""Tf l.. Jeff Hurkett Coleman City:
H Jones. Uonzalesi A U Jones lleovlllo;
Lawrence Haley Presidio: Aug Fallon sr
Comfort: Aug Falton )r Oscar Rosenthal!
Comfort: Auitust Frledrlck St touts: T P
Saner Hocrne: Paul O Villareal (bistort I J
V"?' A li Henderson and lady city:
J Paul Dallas: J Dasb. Laredo: LW lioiors
Tiler: J It llaucmoas and wire Dallas: W A
golden aud wife Dallas; Oil Webb llassetb;
Real Estate Transfers.
Frank Krlsch and wlfo to Jacob Weber part
of MockMnorlitlual city lot 130 In Second
ward price tl.'io.
It. A. Ilarperand wlfo to J. at llollance
kstaai i at IB. Ut and 34 til block K price
; Wgnowlly to Paulina Nowman lota (
and 15in block "A In Tklrd ward price I nc.
J. Duryoo Htephenson to J. O. Witt and wire
exchanae of lota and mutual deeds.
Revoked Ills Lease.
. Tho Turner association held a business meeting-atthelr
hall last nhrht and a long discus-
sion aa to the advisability of placing an awn-
ing on the west shle of the building took place.
It was nnallr decided to leave the matter eu-
tlre'y to tho bar committee.
The resignation or Mr. August Ilrlamasa
member or the amusement committee was re-
ceived aud accepted.
Tho lease between Ibe association and Mr.
Rrnest ttlscbo as lessee of tbe opera hall for
tuo coming season and which lease was re-
cently approved (u a meeting ot tbe associa-
tion was revoked ou hearing that Mr. Rlscbe
had been lected as manager of tbe San Anto-
nio club oja-ra houso
At tho last meeting of tbe Belknap ltlllcs
the following new members were admitted to
the oompany Messrs. John A.drten Charles
"urxbach W Wurzbaob Henry .Jonas and F.
Veslerday the Belknap's received from the
thesumduo them for services In the Larodo
iniiiuies. i ney win nave to wait ror the other
wi uuiii vno irgisiature meets and approprl-
atlons are made.
Juno 7.-U. 8. E. mils aged (9 years died In
the Second ward ot softening of the brain.
Juno. Esther Crur aged 7 dais dlod In
ICE CREAM AND COLD WATER.
Successful Initial Entertainment by the
Ladles or the Women's Christian
Temperance Union Last Night.
Tbe lailles of the society of the Women's
Chrlst'aii Temperance union htld a pleasant
and very profitable lee cream entertainment
last night on upper Houston street next to
Gregory's eblna hall. Owing to tbe short time
given ror arrangements but tittle attempt at
decoration of the ball was made but tbe
beauty or the ladies In attendance at the tables
and lii ebarire or tho affair more than compen
sated for this task or adornment.
lp slatrr. Ulas I.IIMm Mnrlil. and tie MISS Klttlf
llarrlll This table was thronirfii durlnirtho
evening and Its popularity was well deserved
riilrtl tablo-MIss Ada Lemman and Miss
Fourth table Miss Llzile Fry.' assisted tiy
Miss M. E. llorton and Miss Matilda Bird.
Fifth table-Mrs. Ida Ca)Co.
Sixth table-Miss Ollvo Warderman.
Mrs. Alice Williams a very accomplished
ami airiMn la.1t- waa In chnpa-n nt thn musical
programmo which was well carried out as
instrumental selection by Miss nouie aioni-
Instrumental selection qy Mrs. Alloc Wll-
Ijul'lcs nuarletto. "She Sails by the Stars."
Orcla' by Miss Uizla Fry.
Solo by Miss Jossle Hell.
Ijidles iiuartitic. "A thousand Years. My
"The Mocking turd" bylllsliop sung ny
Inslrumetllal selection by Miss Ada tm-
Bol'o "Tlio Itolgn of Hoses" by Mrs. Wll-
Tbls society which takes in other branches
tiers and 7 associate members geutlemon
Its officers at presont are:
President Mrs. Mary H. C'laray.
Tlilaentortalnmpnt waa tho first nubllo en
tertainment o er attempted by the union nnd
It Is understood It will nut bothe last one.
Enterprise and Popularity.
Mr. Leofiold Stern ot Of eslengcn Germany
i all (ho way front "der v aterland ' to
of (ho en(erniiso of I
tbetKipiilarltyof San Antonio.
Trayla Park Concert.
Tbe eth cavalry hand will play the follnwlng
olecdons (his afternoon:
I. Zlngarl March Seyferth.
'-'. Selection from ihe "tleggHr Student"
II. Waltz. Artist's Life Blrauss.
4. Selection from "Tho Princess ur Turbl-
r. Tally-ho galop Bernstein.
Tlmo a o'clock p. m.
Corpus Cbrlstl Wedding.
A small weildlng Is set for tbe Slrd of June
in Corpus Cbrlstl tho high contracting par-
ties ta-lng Miss Annie Jones a beautiful and
Fopularyoung ladyof (hat little seaport and
r. Gregory a successful physician of Corpus.
A party of friends of Miss Jones culialstlng
ofMlsBjessloIlell.andthoMlsses Wright of
this olty expect to leave for Corpus cbrlstl
tho latter part nf this week to attend (ho
wedding and bid adieu to tbelr old time com-
rade on her Journey through tho billows of
Aransas Pass Ry.lNotea.
Mr. D. Brady In charge of the water supply
is busily engaged with a force of men puttlng
down water pipes to connect with tho largo
water tank for tho pu rase of supplj Ing water
to the new stockpens lately put up here by
the company. s
All tbestock pens alongtbelineot road hale
now an :mplo supply of water which Is a
great convenience for stockmen.
Dr. Osborne a physician from Waco went
down (he road on (bis morning's (rain to look
up a suitable location as soon as the Doctor
Erocures one lie will at once send for tils
imlly. He says that this Is a beautiful coun-
try and tbe climate unsurpassed for health.
He comes well recommended possesses some
means and wbatctcr community getting him
certain!) will not regret his coating among
Tho letters written by one of the 1.10
i and Karnes counties
totie In time for tbe boom; lots aro 'going up
THE NATAL DAY BARBECUE!
Will bo Qlven at St. Paul's M. E. Church
July 6 A. D. 1BS0.
Tho proceeds will lie used to liquidate the
debts on the cnureli; the fatted calr will bo
klllulltheplg will be roosted We send the
glad tidings abnaul
Any who deslro to treat themsehes to a
most palatablo least will act wise by git Ing a
call. Freoentrnnco to the tallies which will
leasing at all times but esaclally oil
selves royally and aid a noblo cause which has
for Its objects the moral and religious train-
training of the youth tho care and sympathy
inomlier. tho di
opened at nlatit at H n.
Wllker and Hicham Madison.
The Wells Fargo llxpre
reiiorted as fo!lowsln tbtlr inoeineots while
at work Keep an eye on them:
J. L. Walker arrived from El Paso ester-
day morning reports the Itlo Grande as still
llslng. Mr. M. !'. Folger took the run east to
Houston. Mr. A. II. Crlcfiton tbe run west to
P.I Paso. Mr. G. D. llogo arrived last nlglil.
Mr J. IG. Smith 'arrived from the Wost (his
morning and Mr. it. II. Hajes lakes tlio run
Tom Malier with tbe aid of a back managed
to get around to the office yesterday and was
wannly welcomed: It will bo several days bo-
fore hs will bo well enough to take bis run.
Mr. G. c. Campbell got In this morning from
tho West. In future the boys will layover In
Ban Antonio sixty hours.
Tbe Old Man's Fixed.
One of that cuo-rloua quartette of billiard
players montloued In tho LinuT yosterday. Is
the sou of an csteomed churchman and he
didn't want his dad to know he played billiards
ou Sunday. Lost night when the boys at tho
Belknap armory were guying him about the
Item he said "Confound those Linnr rnen
they won't let ant thing g oby them now. I'll
get llades from the old man about Sunday
Playing for he's sure to see It. but I'll tell him
that reporter has madoaiillslake. I'll flxtt."
That's all right Will but tho old man's Used
"On Strictly Business."
Eugene P. Carulan tho general manager ot
tbe San Antonio Lumber oompany with Mr
Ed. Walsh are going up to Iloerne to Siend a
few days they say strictly on business. They
will however tako along all tbelr ammunition
guns etc and will bag alltberjib game or
calico that cornea In the way. Walsh has been
up at Hoerne some time before wblle build-
ing tbe courthouse and Is posted on all tbe
good flshl off boles
Concert at. Mission Garden
Tho Brat appearance of tbe Vienna Duett-
Ists Messrs. Salzer and Bterubelm" with Miss
Pepl Ramorsdorff waa greeted with a largo
audlenoo at the Mission garden last nlgbt.TThe
entertalument is somodilug new and gave en-
lire satisfaction Miss Itamersdorff is possoss.
edof a very line strong voice aud was greet-
pcarcd upon the stage to sing. She was
dressed In a dark garnet plush bodice short
sleeves and out aeoo!!e(te which showed a
beautiful arm and well moulded shoulders.
Her dress wasshort peasant stylo light blue
satin with garnet folds uver the front of
which was drawn an apron of white trlmuiod
with point lace. High top shoes white stock-
ings. Uer ornaments wcro of diamond Jew
He Wears Qoggles Now.
Tbo Msyor now appears on the streets with
his eyes protected by "gogglos" and though
they do not add to his appearanoo they are
of great servloe to Mm. Mr. Callaahan. we
regret to say is su fferlng from an aggravated
form of Iritis and the reflection of the sum-
The Sinking of tlie Oregon.
Tbe pilot boat and the small tioats had left
the slaking ship with heavy loads of human
freight having abeut one hundred persons
ahoant- ThV atjamee waa seltllna lower each
minute the proa being much lower than the
stem and It seemeit that each moment was In
1st the last. We oould almost feel tbe last
convulsive quiver preparatory to the final
ment. There were no life preservers as the
heavy sea bad carried thetn overtmard. stand-
A tall handsome young man stood beside her
with bis arm tenderly encircling ber slender
waist. He was evidently trying to comfort ber
with hopes of rescue! but (ho sweet creature
saw to plainly that unless something unlooked
bottom' of (he great ocean 'far away from
sweet home and dear friends. The young fel-
r the bow of tho boat (ho
icthlna dark standing nut
toward tbem and as tbo vessel drifted allttlo
nearer all saw that It was a groat sign hang-
ing suspendcHttosomethlng.and upon (ho sign
were thesewords: "Kmerson holds tho bridge
lo help tho folks over" and In a few minutes
llir all atfMul aarHv iinnn old mother earth.
They alt shook hands with "Uncle Kmerson"
tliirn iriilarmeetlna nlahta will ho krld ev
ery first and Third Saturday nights at Hp. in.
sharp at Fireman's hall. Market street All
carpenters and Joiners aro respectfully In-
inemlM'ra tlie srmie nvenlna thev'nrosent them
selves on being balloted for.
roan jiatks. eccrciary.
People to Patronize
If you woa't nurobaae any dry goods
and want them oheap get prices at A.
naun a ivO.
Why nay 6 cents a yard for fancy
dress lawns when you can buy tbem at
3 cents at A. Kahn ft Co.
I-For everything: needed In the lum-
national 'and Great Northern depot ly
Tbe best summer corset and the
Mikado corset atBOo. A. Kabn ft Co.
are the solo agent for Texas.
A. Kabn ft Co.. are going out of
clothing. If you want a suit or any
part of It go there you can save money.
A full line of ready-made dresses In
white batiste seersuckers.lawns. etc. at
oiauame uninian'a mi ana ziu com
merce street. 5-12-lm
Pancoast ft Son keen all the novel
ties In clothing hats and line furnishing
John P. O'Lesrv. plasterer: office
No. 10 East Houston street. Telephone
-0. Jll. U J1-1IU
A. Kahn ft Co.. are selling: cents low
quarter shoel at $1.50 well worth $2.50.
P. It. and Brahma eggs. 31 Soledad
street; also bees and honey for tale tf
White embroidery dresses at $2.50
work $5 at A. Kahn ft Co.
Another large assortment of fanoy
dress lawns at He at A. Kabn ft Co.
Sixty dollars In cash will buy four
nice bulldlnir Iota In block 139. on Ala-
lau creek. Inquire of T. B. Johnson
LtaiiT oruee. d-ji-ii
A. Kahn ft Co. are telling tbelr
goods cheaper than any other bouse In
Don't Day fanoy prices for visiting
cards when you can get them free at
the Liqht office.
You can get a good corset for 35
oentt at A. Kabn ft Co.
A. Kahn ft Co. tell lota of goods be
cause they tell tbem oheap.
Ladles fancy bordered handker
chief! 25 centt qozen at A. Kahn ft Co.
When you want flrtt-olasa lob work
at reasonable ratet call at tbe LiniiT of-
fice. For tale. Two line building Iota.
Size 110-170 feet In blook 137 west of
San Pedro creek adjoining Krlsch prop-
erty. Inquire of T. B. Johnson Lioht
Cheese cloth In all colors at 7 Jo at A.
Kahn ft Co.
Ladles canvass beltt 10 centt at A.
Kabn ft Co.
Crlnkeld teersuckert at A. Kabn ft
Co. 100 yard.
Victoria lawn at A. Kahn ft Co. 5e
tpsslal It Artists.
One of the finest establishments tba( Ban An-
Gallery ot C. II. tlueller at 205 Commerce
men's materials nf both domestio and Im-
ported kinds. Kmrravirurs. chromos and
Paintings are on hand In an endless variety
lcture frames mouldings and materials for
iresco ana sign painung in larre varieties.
China decorations and ma(erlal for wax flow
ers In a large assortment. Mr. Mueller re-
ceives direct from faetorlea largo shipments of
paints oils and other ma(erial In that line as
ported deooratlve wall paper are specialties In
Madame Vlrglnle Donaldson
Will onen her children's class on Thursday
afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock and her evenlngclass
for ladles and gentlemen on Wednesday at 8
o'clock. Pupils are requested to call atAr
A Multitude of Ailments.
Tbe ailments which afflict the kidneys and
bladder are to numerous that merely to name
tbem would till a apace far outrunning (ho
limits of (his article. Sutnco It (o say. that
(hoy are talli obsdnate and dangerous. To
Is well adapted. Tho stimulus whioh It lends
(o (he action of the kldners when they aro
le(harglo serve to counteract a tendency in
them to lapse.'flrst. Into a state of pernicious
Inactivity and afterwards into one of posltlvo
organio disease which soon destroys tbelr
delicate Integuments poisons the blood and
causes dealh. A double purtioso is served by
(his depurent. It promotes acUvKy of Ihe
blood which have no natural obanncl of out-
let except (hose organs. Constipation bllllous-
ucss fever and ague rheumatism and dys-
pepsia are also remedied by this inedloine or
thorough action and wldo scope.
Tbli powder never paries. A marvel of
puritr itranith tod wholewraentu. More
eoonomtot.1 than tbe ordinary kind and can
not be ioid In competition with the multltudei
of low teat abort weight alum or phoaphate
powders. gold onl In cni. Bojal Oaklnr
Powder Company 1M Wsill street. New York.
Our This Week Offer.
NOTE OUR PRICE LIST FROM
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
fiO pieces Brirtns-ttde ast'd pnttcrn. .2Trc yd
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
V hare lOOO remnants nf rmtrntdorlcs
iml lacf-M whirl will Ihj sold rcfranllcB of
ITS pluces roniliui lawn !.' Inches wl.le.
fur tho occasion.
All Our Figured Linen Lawns
Percales and Batistes will be included in that
GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE
And in fact Our wliolo lino
"Goods Must Go
coal. Tcrne Plato. Oalvanlzisl n
rnoBo uonioinpiniinir 10 mum n
rooi Bnotud noi .an 10 nuy mem nni no oinera i
Itcaldes. wuconMHtitty fctt-p a heavy and well n
and iraTvatilzedi Zl
PIPER & SCHULTHESS
(Nos.8 10 and li YTUItltl STItl'.RT.l
249 Market St. San Antonio.
Another Big Reduction
In All Departments!
A. KAHN & OO.'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.
tho dollar. Vou can savo money bv examin
ing our stock.
10O dents' Casslmere Suits at ft M. .worth s 00
Ml Gents' Casslmero Suits at 5 m.. worth ID 01
100 Gents' Casslmero Suits at M worth 1160
100 dents' Casslmero hulls at 7 no. worth 13 00
1(10 Oents' Casslmero Suits at 7 60.. worth 1J00
ino dents' Seersucker suits at 8 60. .worth 4 00
125 Pairs llluo Flannel Pants at 2 Ml. .worth II 60
Youths' Hoys' and Children's Suits
600 Gents' Knit Undershirts at26o ...worth 6uo
600 Gents' Knit Drawers at 2!o worth 60o
WHITE G00D3 DEPARTMENT.
TOO Pieces Indian Unen at Ho yard
AGO Pieces Indian Linen fine at loo yard
.100 Pieces very tlno... from 120 to 18o yard
Also a very largo lino of Nainsooks In Kinall
medium and very larjro pattori.fi at alio lUu
7ft Embroidered Dress Patterns at. tl fit)
li Kinbroldered Dress Patterns at.. 3 M
You can save 40 percent by prlclutr our Kin-
broideries for wo liavu trot them very low In
Hambunr and Swiss from So per yard up
AU-Over tsuco for yokes and sleoves
fnnu Si' pur yard up
1000 Pieces Fancy Dress Lawns at 3c.
TOO Pieces Fanoy Dress Lawns at H)c
fiOO Pieces Paucv Urcn I.ftwna tit 10
AOO pieces all shades Nun's Vi'Utiitr....ttt Ho
176 Pieces IlrocadedCauras at hk)
7ft 1'ieces ut toman Tissue .
70 1'ieces Albatross worti
LOO Pieces (lliiffhaius....at
M Pieces French Sateens... atX
And many other novelties In Dress Goods too
numerous to mention.
Main Plaza and
Ing. We imy
price only. Our Platfortn
SJ Olhrn Mllat
Wo will also make It very Interesting to
10 aentlemen who mar call ami wial in
profit by this extraordinary offer.
WI HAVE MARKED DOW"
French and American Sateen
of Clothing will meet tlio hiiiiio
With the Season."
id can statury tiny
CURTAINS AND CURTAIN GOODS.
5000 lloz. Ladles' Fancy Hordered Hand-
kerchlcl s at 260 dos
6000 lku.Gool Thread atawdoi
All styles of ljulles'CaiivaaUclU....atlOceach
lOUOClilldron's ltubber Ulbbs at 60
UOUSEFURNISHING GOODS DEPARTl'T.
UU lloz Fanoy Towls at Mo doz
uuiim. llleached French 3'owels at ft UU
Mi Uoz. very heavy Honeycomb Towels
In llleached and Unbleached . ...at 1 0)
2.10 Doz lairiroTurklsh Towels at 3! AO
J.r0 Dtz.Fnnch D'inask KnottedTowlsat 3 00
irtinMiw-tflPrtniiiirrnjil.. atta vui-1
W Pint's Turkey HedTublo Damask.
CO Pieces Half llleached Table Damask
at JiTto yard
50 Pieces llleached from 0o up
STAPLE DOMESTIC GOODS.
llleached Sheet Intrs... fnm fo per yard up
lied i'lcklntr from to per yard up
Drown Hhectlnirs from fio per yard up
lied Calicoes from fto per yard up
Hod Tlcklntrs. .at Ac To 8V.0 10a up to ato yard
& HARNESS M'F'C CO.
try old by tnetnidaiemsa i
doUan added to lbs ant
freight both way
it. No. I farm Uarnsas ajas.ao. 4-pa niosttated Oatalotw
tm. Adams w. II. 1'KATT Hecreiary Klkkan IasUaaa
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