San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 124, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 12, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
His Ko7?Afrraitit No DiosIimm Ab
No CoxNKCnox Wrra Othih
nurAIUJHIIMEXTS. IlK SKUA
At Lowest Living Prices.
C H. HART 4 -w- .g
5 Cents. 5 Ci:nts.
Volume VI. Number 124.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1886.
Only $5 a Year
We Goods iiin! Ln isien
Fans and Parasols.
Our linmenso iissortinont (if Hummer Drews Oooils Is replenished
vockly diirliit; tlio season by mow hIiI)IiiciiIh mill tlio latest iiovoHIob
re added to our already well-sclectoil stock of Wlitto Goods Nnln-
woks Muslins Lawns Organdies Percales Perciillncs Ktamlncs
and Canvas Clotb.
PLACES AND EMI3R01DERY;
We carry tlio largest stock of Ileigo-Colorod Kiryntlan Orienta
11 white cream and beige-colored in Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o match at prices lower than lino goods generally are sold.
We are ahead of all competition as re-
gards prlcei quantity and at; le.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center with host accommodations. M 1
A A. 1 F. A. BROOKS. ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE.
PKNSBI) ONLY 11V
SKILLFUL AND EXl'K-
ItlKNCKI) I'll A II MA
CISTS OF NONK lll'T
THK I'UUKST MRIH
CINl'.S AT l'HIOKS
THAT 1IEFV COMI'BTI-TION.;
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Piazi Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LUIIIN'3 ItlNNKLIS ATKINSON'S ALVflKIIIWItlall l"S ANI3UUMATI:'3F1NGST PKK.
FUMK3. IIOTII.KI) ANI1I.N MILK.
Mukp'no mistake. Tlio CorneifDrug Store ir
ORYNSKI & OO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull Hit.l nun tlu intMt elejfiint ami expensive Hodii ami Mineral .Water Fountain In t lit y tutu
W J". HCOILiIL.lsriD
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries tb Iai
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Oft any house In the State. Morekecpern and'ht'Hilit of famlUca will do well to make
Jlhcttpurchaaesatthlsestabllshinent. The Isd-owlngC-rceii Coffees always In stock 1
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
This homo supplies Delicious Fresh-Knaated
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Work Booms opposite On
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Koran easy fit. Jlools and shots made at prlceatci suit erjonc. ItepalrlDg while ou wait
Tho Anest kind of ladles' shos made to order
S. B. WITCH ELL - - Agent .
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables
Oysters Fisk and Game ' f
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Icholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8treet.
-I.unoh and Meals at all how.
rtlHe walten In attendance.
We oirer the greatest bargains In fancy
Roods an well os In the staple lines.
VHV.il TO ANY l'AHT
vrt Mock of fine
and Urounil Coffee. STItF.NOTII and FLAVOK
me ircuaiacs uy Bieum power.
NO. 14 NAVAKKO BTRBKT.
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
101 101 AND 105 S. ALAMO St. COR. VILUTA-
SAM ANTONIO TEXA
We are Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers In Ausud
White' Lime licit Dranda or Dark ltoscndale and
Imported English Tortland Cemonts Plaster1 o.
Paris and Lone doat Hair and would ask you tc
Call or write us for prices before purchasing else
Please mention this paper.
Everything aerved In Flrst-Clar Style
OI VINO T1IE NEWS FROM ALL QUAR-
TEtia 1NA COLUMN.
Tho Irish Bltuatlon-Engllah Itadlcale
Scotch Liberals Texae Land Board
Cangreaa Conferences A seem-blere-Educatlonal
Judse Hancock's deolslon on the le-
fiallly of the aotlon of the Texas state
ind board In increasing the lease price
of school lands from 4 to 8 cents Is ad
verse to tbe board.
Meerbeke. the trans-continental bloy-
list who passed here recently parsed
uracaet some nays aaeau 01 time.
Kxcro sea at Hood a seminary took
pla e at Austin yesterday. Diplomas
The attomey-Keneral or Texas wants
a re-hearlng In the engine-killing case
decided adversely to the state.
Ueevllle report! 60.000 head of cattle
In lice county one. half of them for lale
and all In excellent condition.
Uraduatlnir exercises of the natal
academy were held yesterday. Prince
.eopold of Urstll was present; Secre-
tary Whitney conferred the diplomas.
The Catbollca of Ilelfaat. are complete-
ly terrorized by the Orange mob. The
firemen who attempted to put out the
burning buildings were assaulted with
stones welshing from 15 to 2'J pounds.
Nothing like It has ever been witnessed
The sovernment will atand right at
the back of (he police who shot down
the riotous royalists. The home secre-
tary says ho knows of no misconduct on
the part of the Belfast police.
llee countv votes prohibition 101) lo
23; Ueevllle votes 81 ; all for prohibition.
Mr. Cain member of parliament for
Uarrow. delivered an address before the
liberal association at Harrow yesterday
In defenso of his opposition to the home
rule bill. A resolution expressing confi-
dence In Mr. Cain was rejected and an-
other resolution expressing regret that
Mr. Cain was opposed to home rule was
1'lie Missouri l'uclno directors de
clared a regular quarterly dividend to-
day of 31 percent. payable July 1.
Ueneral II. F. llutler vesterdav ex
pressed himself at some length on the
general political outlook. He branded
eivll service as a sham and thought the
democrats lu congress showed a lamen-
table want of cohesion.
Tint cholera continues to rase at Ven
ice with unabated violence and an aver
age of 20 new oases and 10 deaths Is oc
It Is reported that at a secret session
of the senate yesterday the judiciary
committee reported adversely on the
confirmation of Solicitor General Goode.
Orange riots have broken out In coun
ty Tyrone and many bouses have been
Two confederate brigade re-unlons
will be held I. Galveston during the
drill. The city Is suffering from extreme
A runaway on the bluff road nonh of
Fort Worth Texas yesterday evening
fatally Injured K. L. Stone and a Mrs.
Gardner who tried to get out of the way
of the team fell and broke her arm.
Ben Williams committed suicide
Thursday night at Cason six miles from
uangeriieiu Texas because ins wire re-
fused to live with him. Ills home was
In West Point Georgia.
Three cars of bullion passed Laredo
Texas for St. Louis yesterday
Darlo Sanches. sheriff of Webb rnunlv.
Texas baa been suspended from oflloe
pending the result of his trial for mal-
feasance In office In connection with the
late eleotlon riot.
Prominent Catholic cterev and lavmen
of Belfast have had to flee for their
nves rrom the rury or the Ueirast riot.
The Sootoh liberal federation have l-
lued a manifesto urging their constitu-
ents to vote for none but Gladstone can-
drdates. John Morley chief secretary for Ira-
land will Investigate the cause of the
The Irish troubles have extended t.
the women lu the I.urgan factories. One
factory of protectant girls has struck
uemanunig me iook out oi an catnoilcs.
The new Iron bridge far Cuero baa ar-
rived and wilt be at once erected. It
will be a free bridge.
Dennis Boyd colored was banged In
Belleville oounty yesterday for the mur-
der of a white mad In 1884.
Basinets failures ooaurtinsr thrauvh.
out the country during the last seven
days number: For the United States
180. Canada. 29: total. 200. eomnared
with a total of 189 last week and 181 the
wee previoua to ine last.
A number of Protestant borne rulers
met In Cork last nlgnt and formed a
committee to co-operate with similar
committees In Dublin and Belfast In sup-
porting the Parnelllte candidates for par
liament mo esauoiation win pot au-
mtt uatnonca to membership.
The friends of the vellow favee mm.
mission bill still hope far Itspasssgeas
The Senate committee on riven aid
harbors Is making slow progress with
the appropriation Dill.
The senate passed a bill authorizing
the seoretary of war to pay the Florida
Colombia college awards Mlta Wlal.
fred Edgerton tho degree of P. D. This
Is Columbia's first award to a lady
Viscount Iiamnton. liberal and l.t
speaker of the house of common! write!
to the dally News that If ha had bean a
membox of the bouse he would have
aupporiea jar. Gladstone's borne raw
bill because It waa a massava nf naana
to Ireland and would probably have led
to a more hearty union.
Four noted horse thieves who had
been In the neighborhood of Lonestone
Idaho for some time were seized by a
liangsd' li!in" fn 'TuedlT night and
An Important conference was held at
Chicago to-day between Texaallva atnalr
yards at Chloaso. St. Loula anri K.n...
City and the general freight agents of
ramusus running Between inese point!.
.At the present rates on sheen. T.t..
shippers are barred aut of the fhr.r.
market and an effort Is to be made to In-
uuce ine roe as to eitner run double deck
can or reduce the charges on single
decks so that the Texas sheep can be
marketed here at a profit.
No returna rrom the Chicago Are In-
quest. The testimony of the first wit-
ness wai given away to the others and
tne grauu jury aujourueu temporarily
Waterbnry Conn. visited by a S2C0-
000 fire. Insurance about une-half that
The open rate from Chicago to St.
Paul Is I4.2S.
Bervlr Pasha minister of Justloe for
Turkey Is dead.
Arkansaa republican central commit-
tee will decide on the 22nd of July
whether tbey will put a atate tloket In
ine item or not.
The Arkansas renubllosns refuse to en
dorse the agricultural wheel ticket.
Thomas Beay waa nominated for gov
ernor of Alabama on the 31st ballot.
The house has passed a bill Incorpor
ating trades unions similar lo the one
passed br tbe senate and snent the rest
of the sesslen on appropriation bill.
King Humbert opened the Italian par-
liament yesterday In person.
The religious rite ot uiarrlsge between
Adeline Pattl and Hlgnor Nlcoilnl was
performed yesterday at her Welsh homo.
Advices from Auckland lav that at
Tarrawera there ha been a volcano
eruption preceded by an earthquake
aiany natives anu Europeans perisueu.
The Brazllllaa prince ami the ollluers
of the navy who accompany him will be
presented on Tuesday.
ullon with illatnist. Olio of tin.
grandest lunotntlon is tliuiiutoinulle nuy suy
atthotouoliof the hand carrier plmi of i-anh
and tatikft dellrerjr system or I. Woirnnti's
bazaar Twcnti.nre lines of win iro tuuiRtr-
enl and I'tcn the inont illntant parts of tlio iin-
graud elevated platform wlien- tlio goods
chanire ri'turniH and' tiy'a sltnpli
lie liHii.lwIllilLllvrr an fin In. ijnl
where sold. Thin work dm awny with n great
A In the history or a An
calling at Emanuel Arahams. corner Mil
nary piaza anu iTevinu avenue u-ii-ui
Ths Only Ganulns
Whlttaker bam Just received at Eman
uel Abrahams corner Military plaza and
Trevlno avenue. 0-ll-tit
A frt'luhtlrnlli of 1-1 cars and t-nirlni' wn
recked on thunluht of tho tiih. niiir Mutnu
Hprliiga. west on the Southern I'liclftc. Tim
and all bruised hut nut iieilousls curt. The
enKluo broke and caused the wn-ck which
lias sliice been cleared awuy.
Young MunYl'hrlstlan i
1 find pleasant and rational
senco of President Patterson.
RABBI QUTHEIM DEAD.
Rabbi Iwlnthal received a teleirraui
from New OMeans this morning an-
nouncing the death of Itabbl Guthelm
which occurred ln that city at 11:43 p.
m and Inviting tne congregation of
le-upie uetn r.l to tue lunerai.
Itabbl Guthelm was well-known
throughout tbe United States as .grand
orator and writer. Many will reuiein-
uer tnai ue was in san Antonio some 11
years ago when he deilloated the Tem-
ple Beth El.
itaout iewen'uai leaves in tne morn-
ing to be present at tho funeral of the
deceased rabbi at which he will repre-
sent his congregation.
An Unlucky Man.
W. J. Patton. the freight brakeman
who was hurt at Bablnal station on the
Su.set road some weeks ago In falling
from hla train was again hurt last night
In Del Klo In trying to un-couple a car.
His band waa caught losing two fingers
of bis right band. 1'hls makes four times
Mr. Patton has met with serious acci-
dents. He Is a married man and a mem
ber of tbe brakemen's order.
Aranaaa Pass Notes.
A soeolal train left this morning at
7:30 having on board President Lott
anu trauic Manager u. t. Yoakum
Their car was elegantly fitted uo It be
Ing arranged for dining and sleeping
purposes tuey aiso proviaeu tuemseives
with a cook which would Indicate that
they will be absent lor several days.
This will be the first train that will en-
ter Ueevllle which will be to-day.
The body of Ida Smith de Martinez.
who died here In Ban Antonio of
typhoid fever was ship eil to Ban Juan
station on tnts morning s train lor in-
terment at that place
A special train will leave here on
with a select party comprising all the
ofllolsls of tbe road stockholders and In
vited gnesti. .
To demonstrate tbe wild bidding and
apeculatlon going on In San Antonio
when contracts are let out for any kind
of work suffice it to say that a bouse on
Presa street was required to be painted
. few days ago and bids were asked
when tbe following figures were sub-
1st bid $91 00
2d bid H CO
3d bid 80 00
4th bid IB 00
Now the question naturally arises who
made tbe mistake. It does certainly ap-
pear to ui that a grave mistake Is made
by soma ono or other ol tbe com
Mission Garden Concerts.
There will be an entirely new pro-
gramme this evening and to-morrow at
this popular pleasure garden. A num-
oer oi ciassio soios auets ana trio s
specially selected by these artists from
tne banai ot tbe Danube and a treat can
be expected by all. who will attend these
oonoerts. Amnsejienta have been
made with the street-car lines' for cars
for Government bill and Bnrlngs to con.
vey Tlslton home after the concert Is
' Died From Hemorrhage.
Mrs. Elswerth died last night at her
residence on avenue C. The deceased
was an Invalid widow who was a citi
zen of Galveston came here two yean
Ko. and seemed to be Improving.
rlv thli morning she waa seized with
a severe hemorrhage Dr. Lowry was
cauea at once uut oeiore ne could
reaeh tne resiuenoe. tbe spirit of the do
ceased had winged Its flight. The re.
mains of tbe deceased will be ahlnned
to-day to Oalveston for Interment
Miss Martha Pavne. Miss Ida Franz.
and Miss Emma Amann the handsome
and accomplished lady typos of tbe
i.miiT leave tor Austin to-nignt to at
tend the prlnten' banquet.
i vOUlt BTtlSETS.
Btreot Contractor Marshall Olvea dome
Pointers on Whnt Is Being Done.
Tho I.mnr commissioner had the
pleasure of meeting Street Contractor
Jake Manhall yesterday and of learning
wnat ue was uoing wnn our streets in
resuonse to his Inquiry Mr. Marshall
aiti. "i nave two nunureu men at. work.
and tho force Is divided between Avenue
II and Goliad street. We are nutting
down the 'Telford' road that la laying
rooks the stupe of Inverted v's the bot-
om sme Deing uresssu. rneso are laiu
on tho dressed side broken rock Is
wedged In between the Inters! era with
a hammer. Over this Is laid a good layer
of gravel then the binding matter Is
placed over that. When the road hss
been properly worked by the steam
roller. It is good and substantial but It
could be improved at a trilling extra
cost by laying a good foandatlon of
crushed rock which whotild prevent
rain permeating the ground and under-
mining the foundation In such a way as
use l lie roau to sink as it win uo in
some portions " Mr. Marshall Is evi-
dently a careful and practical man. and
as fsras circumstances will permit Is
uumg goou work ior tne city.
Not Quito So Bud.
Yesterday as a nntletnan was tie-
cendlng from the Aransas Pass rallrond
offices to the ground floor of the Maver
ick oank building he remarked In a se
rious way to the elevator boy: "You
are an unfortunate boy. Kate has con-
demned you Id seo inoro tips and downs
than most people. Don't you feel bad
about It eh? "Yes" answered the
boy and added ultli a dire senso of ele-
vator pride. "I'm darned If I see so
many as that there Kampmann building
boy. If I'm unfortunate that there boys
got It right In the neck. Ain't ho now?
There's consolation In all things."
8IIECANT DO IT.
An Impediment Placo In tho Way of
Sarah's Honored Exit.
Most people are aware that coal oil
generates a gas that explodes readily
when It comes ln contact with heat.
From suob explosions many lives have
been lost and much property has been
damaged by Urea thereby occasioned.
.nr. Dicuncn nieenikcn ot tne Menger
hotel has Invented a safety can that pre-
vents any explosion and yesterday he
msue a puuno test ot tne can at tne men-
ger hotel. The test was a crucial one.
'J no cat) being placed In a fire and heat-
not mat it couiu not do nantiieu.
by hand. The tnn ot tho can waa fre
quently turned on and tho oil allowed
to escape into t no names a t uougu ine
oil Ignited readily no explosion oc-
curred. Among thoso present were G.
11. rtauever. Auoinn uruiss. ur. n. aien-
ger A. M. Flnlay General Agent
Waters Plerco Oil Co. O. I. Wagner
local agent u. r. nokeritzoti meronant
Laredo; Colonel Hollman of New Braun-
rels Maor O. M. Watklns John It. Mil-
ler Bam Maverick C. F. Gucnther
Adolph Wagner representing Paul Wng-
ncr and sevcrnl representatives of the
local press. All were satisfied that
the can was a valuable useful and re-
liable safety article and the only ef-
lectuai can in existence.
Trinity Methodist Church-"Chlldron's
At 11 o'clock ll lu. unilH p. lu. tho exerclncs
111 ciiftlHt of citrefiillf nrctitin-il iiroifrHiiinm
mil mi- cminy ny
induy schools ot
cot with ua.
Ill euihraeo short
of the different
churches and tho superintendents of the va-
llii. Voiinir Men's
ivlllNing.ln tlio attcrniMin
a. 'lho church will bo
A coidlid munition Is
(tended lo all. Chun. II. tll ldlllKS. t'aator.
A Dollcate Hint.
The Young Men's Christian association Is
nlculy inutted and it Is. ot cour-c desirable
that vIMtors should wli! their feet cHclallr
lu muddy weather. They don't order you tu
do so but they put a uotlco uiwn tho floor
which rend ''Uld you notice our scrupcr.
Third Baptist Church.
The meeting of tho members ot Third
BantUt church. In the Second ward was
held last Tuesday night for the purpose
of trying to recognize tlio church and
auont tue ruies anu regulations ism
down by tho last conference. The at-
tendance being small there was nothing
done to sallsrsctorlly settlo the diner
ences which has partly broken up this
church ltev. II. It. ltobert-.cn tbe
present pastor cautions the publlo
against a certain committee oi ine nis.
grunted members who nre going around
soliciting subscriptions for tbe church
tbey not having any authority to do so.
Typographical Union Committee
Tbe Light office received a call to-day
rrom Messrs. S.J. Triplet! II. Hutchlns
E. C. Schulz and George A. Perry of tbe
reception committee of the Austin Typo-
graphical Union who readied this citv
fast evening and who will accompany
the member! of the Ban Antonio Typo
graphical Union to Austin to-day where
they go to attend tbe banquet given
mere io-nigni at turner nan.
At the last regular meeting of the San
Antonio ileal estate nr.u minding asso.
elation tbe following officers were
elected : President. George It. Dashlell;
Vice-President William lletiermann;
Secretary II. Cunningham ; Treasurer
ll. u. nampmann; Atiornoy 1. 1'. atmp
To be Joined Togothor
The follnwlnir Innrrlnirp llnensea wen
issued by County Clerk Thad. Smith to
George llartfleld to Bsrah A. Francis
Alcanor Vlllarial to Clotllde Estrada
Harvy striking dismissed.
Joseph Mahayler dismissed.
Vltale Farlte dismissed.
Mellaril disorderly dismissed.
JuetoOutlfres drunk and down $5
John O'Neal drunk and down. $5.
E. K. McPharson drunk and down
John Bbazler vagrant dismissed
In Honor of Opholla.
Last evening n pleasant moonlight hop
was given at tbe Springs In honor of
miss upiieua rtinney anu it was a most
enioyauie lete. Among tne ladles pres.
ent were Miss Ltila Hunter. Miss Wll
son. Miss Annie Brooks. Miss Virginia
Newton Miss Emily Sterling Miss Eva
tjsyior oi Austin miss Aima uguen
E. C.'Schultz one of tbe Austin
Typo committee appends "D.D." to bis
name. Don't be 'alarmed reader he Is
not a doctor of divinity. It simply
means "D the Dutch.''and Is append
ed to save other people the trouble of
HAAS & QPPENHEIMER
212 and 214
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries in the
THIS "WEEK :
At 8 Cents.
rlno-Hhi'cr India Linen and Nainsook Checks.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
mlta l.liM'it Victor t Lawn and Tan;y Pal In-
licckit! Miiftlns. t
At 20 Cents.
tiil.l Mulls. Nalnaoik I'orre le Parla ami
'rtney Ijic effect.
At 30 Cents.
"KprlngTMe" a very l ll-li Halln I'lnldelTist
rrvnen uitiisic. niinii itwiia .Mull
y Ijico Plaid etc
At 50 Cents.
iMwt week the atreum of Kmii purchaaers wh
ouatmit all dny lour: the amount or Fans aold
iiircccleiitfd. To-day we will add two new
da. Olio lot of ail Fancy fainted and Kin-
i.lilcnsl on Silk and Satin
u lot r list Artl -tfciilly Painted and Fumy
At 10 Cents.
Wnnh Fftlirlm Flio Vtwt Fancy DreM (Iintr-
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Two hundred pieces Striped Plain and Check-
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
tH.oHatli-ln. Til.. NVwe.t Waal Hoods.
At $25 and $28.
Wblti. and Cream Caalimern ami All.nn..
Itlchly Unilirol.lcnil ltntcs.
310-312 Military Plaza
Tinware Agate Iromwara and llulldsra' llardwari
I'alnU Oils Glass Malls Uutl.ry Kte.
Agent (or the Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(Tim (Ireateat Labor-Having Machine)
For Parry St Uo.'s Celebrated Cook Mtovaa Champion liar-
vast Brighton Itanges. aarl llnford's Nteal anlChlllsd
flows Nulky I'lowa Cultivators Kte. Kte.
LANDIIKTH'S OA11DKN HRKDS.
Fence Wire of Em; Description and at Lowest Prices.
OrriCK His Aniosio St. H'v Co.l
April 21 18S0.
Durini? the sumtner. last car on the
Sun Pedro line will leave lho Springs at
ne'liin. in..eieeiii Saturday mid Sunday.
on which days they will run regular till
it p. m.
Extra cars can be bad at all hours by
parties wishing to remain later.
A. 1IKLKNAI- l-resillBIH.
200000 pounds barbed wire.
200000 pounds smooth wire (black.)
200.000 pounds smooth wire (galvan
Worcester patent wire rence stays.
Darllngton s patent barb-wire lever
latch etn.. eta.
It will be to tne interest oi
io merchant. farmer stockman
and builder to see ua before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter
mined to sell anu win inaae low ngures
to parties who want car load lots.
Give us a call or write to Piper 61 Schul-
thess. 8. 10. 12. 14 Yturrl and IMS Market
streets sail Alllonlo lezaa.
B-17-Ini Plt'KIt X CUULTUKrW.
Hs Is Hsrs ts tUy.
Dr. Weathera ll here to stay. Ills
nractlce Is growing dallv. He has met
with line success and has credentials as
a thorough physician second to none
Ills remedies are safe pleasant and e in-
dent. Children take them cheerfully
Visits with prescriptions SI anywhere
In the city. Chronio diseases solicited.
umce at nette-a urug siure resiuouoe
227 Elmlra street. Telephone No. 118.
Bucklsn's Arnica Iklvs.
Tho Best Salve In tbe world for Cuta
Bruises Bores. Ulcers Salt ltbeuin
Fever Borei Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It la guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Prion 25 cent! per box. For lale by A.
Steel Hay Billnj Ties
In stock and to arrive two car loads of
tlio .best ties ever oflered In tbli market.
For use In hay baling presses.
17-1 m l'li'Eii & BcuuLTnuss.
Bon Ton Rsstsursnt.
You can get good meals at both 23
and 35 cents. B-17-lm
Furniture! rurnilurell rurniturslll
We uro selling furniture at extremely low
figures. Tho publlo rcspectrully Invited to as-
certain our prices tieforo purchasing else-
rXMm for F.raatus Itcod.
ilvlit In tho back lolna and lower nart of tho
abdomeu. oanslug tho bailout to suppose ho
hss somo arrecuon or tne aiuneys or neign
borinir orvans. At tlmos symotonis of Indt
geUou aro present llatuleucy uneasiness ot
t bo stomach cto. A moisture like perspira
tion protiucing a very maagreeauie iiuniua
after getting warm. Is a common attendant
onoo tu tho application ot Dr. IJoskano'a File
Itemedy which sole directly upon the parts
affected absorbing the Tumors allaying the
Intense Itching and effecting a permanent
euro. Price. 60 oents. Address tho Dr. Hoe-
by Harry L. Fowler ILCohut; Co. J.D. Bo
Han Antonio and Aransas Pass railway to
them ample time to spend a day at any point
aloug tho lino under tho beautiful grovus
ine oau Aiiionio nver weoro nsciiig ana oiner
plontirui at a cost consider
ably less than tho regular atea ot fare ll-tt
Southwest. We quote for
Parasols Parasols I
Allhoiiitli tho Inroads made on this stock
was great the dally addition has kept pace
with the ruali. This week wo offer marvelous
bargain. t-4 t
Fifty Conch. ns? Styled Ctianarabto Pllk and
Fancy KmtnitlTet Hat In Paragon frame a
bljfjnh. worth fV.VJ.
Hlxty IVru I'lintrecs Tarairon frames.
Frrtl I'nniffe llnvd trimmed with Itaiidsnrna
silk 1 co.
At $5 $6 and $7.
OurftelvoH. Other folks do that for ut. Every
cuttoinerls an ad.crtlneinent llcrearosoroe
of tho quotations for this weoki
At 1 0 and 1 2 1 -2c.
Kg) pllnn and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wldo.
At 20 and 25c.
IV) ptlatt and Oriental In White. Heine Fancy
Navv lllue. llrown and Tan. At :! and 3So
seven Inches wldo. In tho above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and llelire 11 inches wide: and at una
White Kcni and llelge IS Inches wide.
Itolio pattern 10 yants India Linen with 0
yard or Kmbroldcry in two widths at .3.60.
Ten yards ftne- Unen Il'lnde.ayard of beaull
ml embroidery at $3.60. Fancy Btlmere and
Canvass Cloth Untie with colored embroidery
trlinmlngat $0. 113 and .14. I'ongeollrrss
ItolM'S at $7 SIO $10.60 and $20.
San Antonio Texas
A Rsmsdy for Lung Dlissias.
Mr. Itobert Newton late president of
the Eclectlo College of the city of New
used br. William Hall's Balsam very ex-
tensively In bis nractlce as many of his
auenis now living anu restoreu to
ealth by the use of this Invaluable med
icine can am nl v testlfv. He always
said that so good a remedy ought to be
prescrineti ireeiy oy every pnysician as
a sovereign remedy In all easel ofilung
diseases. It cures consumption and
lias no equal ior an peotorai complaints.
T.x-s Tonlo Cordial tho great system renova-
womenof this cllmato are subject such as
weakness debility mtlanoholy whites tailing
of the womb ami ovcrr form of nervous pros
tration. Only try ono holtlo and you '
A tunable Article.
11. UFowler.lt. Oihn 1c Co. J. D. llovlne. J.
flavin tho druggists lead ell competltlon-
They sell Ur. Ihisanko'a Cough aud Lung
Syrup because its tho best medicine on the
market for Coughs Colds Croup aud Primary
Consumption. 1'rlco Caj cents and ft. Ham.
Kay's Kentucky Kuro or Liniment haa beer
Is uso In Kentucky since 1M0. and In Texas
since 1H71. When you need a Unltnent try It.
For sale by F. Kaltcvcr & Bon.
Thore Is nothing that adds so much to ner-
sonal beauty as a set of pearly white teeth and
pure sweet breath fly uung MOUI.KV8
OIIIDONTO tho teeth and gums are kept In
lerfoct order and a fragrant breath assured.
Inlv AO cents a box. Mould and rjowder.
For sale by F Kaltever it ttoa.
kVrugglets of ltome (la says. Wo have been
selling fir. King's New lilscovery. Electric
hitters and llucklen's Arnica Salvo for two
years llavo never handled remedies that sell
cases of pronounced
ptlon nave been
tlon with Kloctrio Hitters. We iniaraatee
them s I ways Sold by A. Drelss. 1
Woou City 11 natron county Texas I
April It). liu. f
Messrs. Hurley Uros.t
G it NTs I tried Money's Blackberry Balsam
n two of mr children that bad tho ttux verr
bat and It acted like a cbarm ourinjr them
both sound and well. 1 thank you for ha Yin ir
such a valuable medicine ou the market Tu
alt who are sutferintr from the above com
plaint I can cheerruliy reuouiinend Money's
Blackberry balsam. Mokkjs Mitcukll.
t or saio oy r ivauoyer x dou
An Enterprising Rsllable Houss.
A. Drelss ran alwars bo rellod unon. notonlr
to carry lu stuck tho best of everything but to
secure the Agency for such articles as have
well-known merit and are popular with the
people mereoy sustaining mo reputation of
fielnar always enterprising and ever reliable.
Hatvlnir secured the Airenct fur the celebrated
Dr. King's New Discovery for Uonsumption
will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will
surely cure every affection of Throat Lungs
vlte you to call and get atrial bottle free. I
Advice to Moths
should alwayt be used for children
teething. It foothi the child tofteoi
the garni alleys all pain cutm wind
oollcand U the best remedy for diar-
rhoea. 3S cents a bottle. 7-tt-lyr
Sains In the head or body neuralgia rheuma-
sm and toothache all palu.lntorualoreiter-
nal cured quicker with WUNDHUKUL K10HT
than any other remedy We guarantee that
Wonderful Eljrht will cure you and relieve you
of palm Bold by F K<eyer A Son. 1
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