San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 129, Ed. 1, Friday, June 18, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
Has NoParticim. No Del-mmbm aioj
No Comncno Wrra Oraim
EsTinuanimm. II Snu
CIGAR 0 TOBACCO
At Lowest Living Prices.
C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
La Criolla Cigars
5 Cents. 5 Cents.
San Antonio Daily Light
Volume Vl.-Number 126.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 18 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Our iinmonso assortment of Summer Dress Goods Is replenished
weekly during tho season by now shipments and tUe latest noveltio
ro added to our already woll-solootod stock of White Goods Nttln-
jooks Muslins Lawns Organdies Percales Porcallnes Etamlnes
and Canvas Cloth.
PLACES AND EMBROIDERY;
Wo carry tho largest stock of lleigo-Colored Egyptian Orlonta
11 white cream and beige-colored In Flouncing Ail-Over and Narrow
0 match at prices lower than tine goods gonornlly are sold.
rVe are ahead of all competition at re-
gard! prices quantity and atyles.
Halo and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN. JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to busln
THE POPULAR CORNER
l'rtKSCHIrTIUNS Ills- .ffel
SKILLFUL AND EXPR-
KIKNCED P II A It MA '
CISTS OP NONE HUT
TIIK I'UHKST MKIII C;
CINKS AT PHICKS
THAT DEFY OOMPKTI-TION.
302 and 301 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LtmiN'H ItlNNKI.I.'H ATKINSON'S AI.KHKD WltMIIT'H AND IXJLOATK'H FINEST PEH.
FUMES IIUITLIU) AND IN HULK.
Make 110 mistake. The Corner Drug Sloro of
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull and see tho most elegant Kill exponalvo Soda and Mineral Water Fountain In tho State
w. cr noxnii-A-isriD
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries the largest stock of line
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of anyffhouse In t hi State. P tore keener" an J Tln-aJa of fain 11 leu will do well to ma I
their purebaaos at thlsestabllshuicnt 1 be lollowing Urcen CotTetsalwajslu stock
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
Tula housesupulles Delicious Freah-ltoastcd
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Ooldand Silver Plating and Engraving
FIT EASE AND COMFORT.
Men's Pebble Goat Boot tnado to order for 12 75.
Men's Gaiters niiule to order from $3 75
(J ... (i Meni Calf Hoots made to order from 18 00.
Repairing while you wait. Men's Working Hhocs made to order from 13 60.
Men'! sbaes half soled and heeled from S60.
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
vjsihai kiwi hbsi euni
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8treeta
We oiler the greateat bargains In fancy
goods at well at In tbe ttaple lines.
with best accommodations.
ROBERT II. HUNSTOCK.
KltEh TO ANV PAItT
OF THE CITV.
1'llKSCItllTION I IK-
PA UTMENT OPEN DAY
nli.l Orouli.l Coffee. HTIIENQTII anil FLAVOIt
lie premises uy sieam power.
Watcliea and rlock Itcpalrtiig. Onlrtbeiuoat
mi uubiucbs eiurusioau) ua. umeo and
NO. 14 NAVABKO 8TKCKT.
f.w. McAllister & bro.
Ml 101 AND 109 I. ALAMO II. COR. VILUTA-
AN ANTONIO TUA
We are Wholesale and lletall Dealer In Auaua
White Lime Heat Uranda of Dark Bosendale and
Imported Ena-llah Portland Cements Plaster o.
Paris and Long a oat Hair and would aak you tc
Cull or write ua for prloee before purchasing else
rieaae mention this paper.
UdW shoes half soled and heeled from Wo.
j A. HAHPEL
Tbe Texai and Pacific will laaue no
more land sorlp.
Tbe bronie statue to tbe memory of
Daniel Webater wai unveiled at Boeton
Morrison's tariff meuurewat knocked
out on the first round 167 to HO
The senate nailed the bill appropri
ating $160000 to tbe El Paso building.
The average coat per mile per Tear.
of Uncle Sam'a Inland water mall Irani-
liortatlon la $3.25.
Texat lattice vindicate! Itself by lend
lng a man to jail for 13 jean for Healing
bla own borae. Great Texat.
The drill sroumla atOalvaaton will be
christened Camp McOruder.
A man committed aulolde near Pltta-
burg Texat by throwing himself under
a conttructlon train yesterday. Body
not yet recognized.
Cbarlet Itelllev bai beta held to an-
wer the charge of letting tbe Chicago
ounuing on nre in wuicu eignt persons
loat tber llvet.
Tbe evldencea of Ludwlar'a Inaanllr
are overwhelmingly oonvlaolng.
The land ourohase bill will not be
dropped aa a part of tbe home rule pro
England and Franca have a little col
ony unpleasantness over tbe hoisting of
a nagat ew iieDriaea.
Tbe mining atrlke at tbe Flena coal
mlnea Belgium have taken out 2500
The Zurich. Switzerland locksmiths
are out on a atrlke.
Another verdict of wilful murder hai
been found agalnat a Belfatt policeman.
The French minister of public lastruc-
tlon bat prohibited tbe meeting of tbe
Tbe provokera of tbe antl-Chlnete
rlou In Oregon have been found guilty
anu reoommenoeo to meroy.
Secretary and Mrs. Endleott have
dined tbe president and hla wife.
Tbe l'rlaellla tried It over and won
again In the New York yacbt raoe.
Jauiei O. Maine la not commltal on
tbe presidential oandldaoy question.
Tbe Dominion government have mod-
tiled their laatructlona on their fishery
queetlon and will not aelte any more
vessels. Tbe old lady over tbe water
baa given tbem tbelr cue.
Tbe house committee on nubile land!
have rejected tbe aenatei bill forfeiting
tne nonnern racino tana grant.
Anttael A Co.. piano makera of Has
Francisco burned out. Lou laOO.OH);
Mr. Uladatone baa received a perfect
ovation aa be baa Journeyed towardi
noouana to open tne political campaign.
He wai accompanied by hla wile. lie
wat literally betleged by tbe people at
London nation and could soarcelv gain
bit car. Tbe demonstration wat moat en-
tbualaatlc. lie wai greeted with a warm
reception at Luton Belford Leeds
Trent Normantown and other placea
on tbe route.
Br tbe breaking of an axle on a freight
car. while tbe train wae paaalng over
rami oreex treatie on tne rittaourK
& Weatern road 20 can were dumped
down a distance of 44 feet; tbe engineer
and two brakemen were killed.
Tbe president approve! the act for tbe
constructing of a bridge across Htaten
itianaiouna at Arinunviue.
Tbe national board of health get! ne
appropriation from the civil service sun-
dry bill aa reported from oommlttee.
Qrover and Fanny return tbanka to
Cbarleaton S. Cfor the magnificent
silver vaie lent by tbe city aa a bridal
Tbe following cuet were called and
dltpoied of thla morning:
Tbotnat Williams allaa Tonv Battair-
11a careless driving $5.
Smith Lytic disturbing tbe peace of
Ham Jobntoa $5.
Ham Johnson drawing a knife on
omiiu ljjtie aiamiaiea.
j &ing sawing oata oy a raiae meat'
Dave Thompaon drunk and down. $6.
name ituey inrowing ttonei at an
Wilson actreea $7.
Thomat Marshall not taking haok
atand assigned bltn by tbe city marshal
1. Btrled drunk and dlaorderly $S
Paul Brlckbelmer. drunk and dlsor
John McCtoaky drunk and dlaorderly
Mary uannon drunk on ttreet $9.
Thomaa Murnhv. vaurrant. dlamlsi
Thomat Wllllama vagrant dismissed.
The cue of tbe state VI. Oomez for
murder wai oalied and continued on
account of tbe abieace of defendant'!
counsel M Q. Anderion Esq. who
went to Austin on yesterday.
Tom Harrison wai released from cua
tody at 12:15 o'clock. Colonel C. Upson
and Oscar Berntrem having been racosr-
nixed In open court ai hla auretlea In the
penalty or $1000.
Let ua Breathe.
Editor Ban Antonio Light.
Experience showi that the court-house
li to crowded that tbe free current of
air it oDttruotea and aa a result. It It
Inconvenient for the offlolalt and law-
yen to work there owing to tbe Interne
beat. Thlt crowding naturallv Imoedea
tbe publlo business and occatloni much
iota to lae county s cj remedy to mil
matter It eaillr made and ibould be
made not only for the comfort of thoee
who are compelled te do bualnaaa In the
court-bouae bnt for the reaioni of
eventual economy. The adjoining
uuiioing now occnpiea oy jtmenon can
be purchaied at a comparatively low
agar. If tbe property wai bought
and railed to the ground opening a
road to tbe river. It would give free ao-
ceil of the east and loutb east river
breeze and would be aufllclent to cool
tbe court-bouie. Thla muat be done at
some time ror every year building on
tbe outside more and more obstructs
tbe ground circulation of the air but It
la better that It ihould be done now
whea property la at a low figure than
wait uaiu it ii eitner unalienable or ua-
rurchaible exoept at a very high rate
f the county commlaalocera are wise.
they will act at once for the real welfare
or tne ooanty and citizens.
CmzKN or Pxoaitua.
Fun For Our Cltlzena.
A grand military and firemen's display by
our colored cltlxens will be given In ibo base
ball grounds at the springs on Emancipation
day. There will be a parade Bremen's drill lor
toreinau's badge exhibition drill bv the Ex.
celator guards for captaln'a badge and compe-
tition for tbe champion badge offered for the
asv pig racaet and
nd a good time may
Teatlmony Adduced yeaterday Ueforo
Juatlce von Rosenberg In
. M. Hancock oharged with the
murder of bli wife on Christmas Kve
lilt anal D. U. Hagy charged aa an ao-
ceaaory to the crime appeared before
Justice Hnsenberg yesterday morning.
Tbe at ate wai repretented by District
Attorney J. 11. Robertson and Mr.
Dudley Woolen Hon. John Hancock
and Bethel Coopwood appeared for
Hancock and C. n. ltoblnaon of Man An
tonio defended Uagey.
Tne nrat witneaa caneu wai lira.
Kmma MoDowell of Auatln She knew
Hancock In Auatln and Han Antonio: he
waa Indifferent to bla wife and when
ahe waa alck be paid little or no atten-
tion to her. She cited eume Instances.
She bad lo knowledge of llsgev. Cross
examined: Hhe did not aee Hagey at Han-
oock'a when abe waa there; raw Mra.
Hancock wnen aicx; otner lauiea were
present. At that time Hancock wai
sitting Indifferently under a tree In tbe
Mist Maud Houston waa tbe next wit-
neaa. Hue wat 12 yean old; saw Han-
cock at his house one nlgbt last summer:
didn't know Hagey; saw Hancock'a wife
at her home; Hancock waa then unnk-
g. ana was cross; ue nan some worm
Ith her. and called her bard names
Ham Dixon deooard t Waa in the cltr
on December 24 and Ham Hancock;
have known Hagey for years as alaylng
at Rotu'a two or three blocka from
uancock'i noute; on mat nigut ne nr.
Mn. and Mlti Holh were blaring cards
until 12 o'clock when Mr. Itotb lug-
Rested It wat time to retire. Mr. Itotb
then stepped out. and while out Olllcor
Chennevllle rode up In haste and oalied
ror Hirsnai i.ucy. air. itotn went to
not there; aaked Chennevllle what wat
tne matter ana ne lata tne woman nan
been killed at Hancocks; he went down
to Hancock'a bouae; got tbere at 12:15
m.; aaw several parties stooping over
murdered woman: went Into the room.
and turning alck at the eight of blood
went out Into tbe back yard where he
aw teveral persons one of whom be
tuppoieato be Hancock; be asked Han-
cock how the trouble occurred and he
answered that while aaleep be waa
awaaenea oy a peculiar noiae anu ne
felt Instinctively the presence of a
ttranger on tbe place; going Into bli
wife 'a room he heard groana on tbe out-
alde; he ran to the door and aaw a man
or aome auen ne couin not aay wuemer
oae or more. Handing over tbe
body of bit wife: be challenged tbem
and they bolted to the fence. As they
were getting over It be threw rockt at
them. At prisoner finished tbe itory
Dr. Burt came to where they stood and
asked about tbe killing. Hancock again
repeated the story. Witness remained
at Hanoock'a bouae until Dr. Gravel
came when be borrowed hit horse and
went to nil nome in tne southeast part
of the city. Croat examined. Wltneat
met a man on the bridge over Waller
creek when be wat returning who laid
fo tbere. Thli man told bltn tbat Mrs.
hllllpi waa lying dead; be alto saw
Justice Von Itoienberg at l'bllllpa. lie
returned 10 uancocit and taw two or
tnree men with some glrli on tbe porch;
be alto taw Juitlo Von Rosenberg tbere.
The court then adjourned.
Aransas Poas Railway Notes.
Sixteen eara of atock arrived Yester
day evening from I'ettus and Kloriavllle
16 or which were transferred to tbe Sun-
set road and one car unloaded at tbe
stock pens here.
several flrentietnen or means are look
ing around Brackenrldge for sites for
manufacturing purposes. This place is
15 miles from Floreavllle and 4(1 from
San Antonio and la oonsidered to be
one of tbe best locations In Texas for
mills of all descriptions where water
power Is required.
i oe section nouse at reiius is com-
pleted and Is ready for occupancy.
Mr. Baker. suDerlntendent of the
bridge and building department. U now
DUttTntr the flnlshlm? touches on thu new
depot and stock-pens at Beevllle. while
air. l; miBon supermienaeni ot con-
struction. Is about comnletlntT the work
of putting Id tbe side tracks at tbat
SECOND WARD HOSE COMPANY.
Aceuula street. Udo Kbodlus In the chair
on motion uuis weyoi was elected foremao
vlceC. Zalmanalir. restirned. It wri r1o iIh.
ciaoa inai me company would participate in
erty ot the ouinpany only being used at turn
The Boeond Ward It
company Is a poi
'ganizatiou. The following
i Lnula Wfivat. foro.
m Udo Uhodlus. assistant foreman; I.. I'.
Charles Warel. Joo lieckmann. Georire Mor
gan II. F. Johnson. It. Schuetze C. Blocovltch
large tbe membership
nted Ore bells and a h
will ba tho peer of any bow company In the
That Skeleton Yeaterday.
The bones found near Captain C CGIhbs'
of tbe little daughter of
told tbe father to burr the d!s.
membered arm. and the father followed his
Inst ruction . Yesterday the little girl being
pronounced cured started home with her
father. Ignorant no doubt of the eicltement
The Engineer of Fire Company No. 1
Dies From the Effects of Sun-
stroke. evening rather suddenly from tho effects of
sunstroke. He held tho position of engineer
of Fire company No 1 and It Is supposed the
sunstroke was suirinduoed from his hard
won iu teiiing 1110 engine tieanesuay auer-
noon oo Obrajo street though yestciday
apparently In bis usual health walking about
In tbe sun. In the evening he complained of
feeling unwell went home. laid down and
aiea tnoniy anerwara.
ice xunerai ocourroa tms morning at
o'clock from Santa Kosa hospital and i
tended by the members of tbe Ore department
Corrections were made In the assessments
of HaasakOppenheimer. William Ultcburand
Mary Uleason and citations were ordered to
be Issued to some twenty persons who allege
that their property has been valued to high
to make proof of the truth of their complaint.
uommissioDer uraaeu is opposed 10 r
DroDertr above the ralue ofaced on It
assessor and In the opinion of the Liu t IT his
iuea ta emmejuiiy proper
GLASS OF 1880.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT THE
TtioBalutory and Valedictory Delivered.
iSeanye Diploma And MedAle
The I IIkii Miool Iiulldlnjr on Acoiula
ilrvct wat fill (Ml to ovcrtlowlmx In ltd third
ctory thlnmornlnir with puplK rwtntUca and
friend to wlinrM the cierrUti oflhecotif
ctucnt Ht for 10 o'clock. The nchool
tKiard mauler of the crrrmonlri Mcfxarr and
chool ueorintfiilt?nt ymlth hating arrhc4.
inji.'i ttio rierctip iM'iran with the oponlnir
chonn t)j the mb-Junior claa. 'MarvhOn."
1th MIm Lulu MoAIHttcr at tho organ.
Binll Frank one of the xraduaiei noit
delivered an war with the nalutatory. Wel.
which waa well n.celr.d and lulu
preparation howd considerable thouaht.
At tta coiiclualoit lit- recvlted a beautiful bo
Piina r ii in uurnru n jvunx mur oi nmer-
IrHti pareiitajro next deinvml a recitation in
r pronunciation anddellterr elicited favor
! encomium from educated UermansprcR
t. who iay that If ohe can tneak ordluiirllr
well ri BLu di-llwred thla rvcltallun the
tt have no f cam of cunirmtnirwllli llm I.. I
f them lu thUdllllcult Inmruavu.
Mln Lulu McAllister. Itm well-known little
iiiwtreM dauauter or AMennati McAIIUIf r
it niilireal a trcatitlfnl notiramt mnn. "I
laoielheu Ik-areat' I'nif IUIKhII itreeldtnl
compaiilmeni. atid her
I tone and ntnark
able elfHoiitrol brought her irrvat ap
Mli Alice .Mark tie it dell.ered an coiay on
Wo l.hc lu
able pa ht
tlon of Hpanlsh. and hit
uiilreil Mkly Hlillu a pupil
elvi.l a UHiuot.
IIm Auiruntaltai nelthen
no so In
a clear liell-llke contralto
lllitn n ami Val cv." "Wt-tta-r lU-rir
hal." and rttx'ttttl great applause whi
Mltia Anirte rhimnilim. onii of thr irrtiiliiallnir
claaa noit rea.1 an eiaay entitled "For what
A recitation In (lertuau hf Minn Katlo Hem
llnirer "IK-r Freiiclillmr." The Hprlnir. ucit
followeal Hhe spoke her words clearly and
ne prouuiiciaunii. nuu nnfiveu greai
ine when Mio haul caded. MlM Hem I in
aer In ti I ho of American tiarcuts. and IcurniHl
herderutan In the Fubllo schoaals.
A lMaUt fUl HOlO ILH IMtlt HI
sunir bjr Ml.
Marie llernaudexln KiuIUh. which
niHi. .mim iicruanuez u a pupiiori'ro
or trhucirii 7th irrade rliion.
An historical eauajr on 'The Missions" wat
lieu read br Mr. Merle lleuftlev. aiiollirr of
tho irrailuates which was well thought of.
Miss Augusta llacnrl again drew the atten-
tion of hrr hearers by reciting In clear Hpau
lsh the recitation "1.1 Cuchlllo." tho kulfe.
il at Its flnlfti recti vid applausnand tluwcra.
linn Annie lichapellc. one of the mott stu
lusandlntellltrentnunllsltithe nchool. and
grail u at h of thl elans nont read au esuay
I wonderful deep and clear thought and
full of truths and goixl words. Horde
Has not count rained mid her words full
Ith great cllcct upon joutig and old of her
)iild bo found Kith her.
Miss Kllio Folk a graduate.
held the Httentlo
of her hearer
i She closed with a
I board to tho t
ugusta Haenelund Lulu MoAIIlstcr
t nang a beautiful duett and then followed
i dlHtrlbutlon ot in dials and diplomas tiy
lion. J II McLcarv. wliur
of Miior Callaghau who
iluaslng duty It
ore of I tiCRM. Thollrst award
gold medal otrcred or
I by Mr.
x the hi.
ho pupil attaining the highest soholarshln In
and this Tie took plea
UK. He statu! that Miss Fi
ladr wno nad de live ml such a hrautirui
n-cltatlon In German was of American pa
rentage but she camo cry near to 3llss Ia)c
in proncieucy ncrrecoru oeing in.
iiooi. ins ricoru
Maty Mcl'iiry was licit with a record of
H7 1-3. and Muitt-r Huasajll Norton third Willi
Colonel Mclicary awarded this medal
mi a snort auaretts run or good words und
ncour aire men t to the little fellow.
the next gold medal was offered by the
This ho would s
Mitts Kllio Folk who
rdor.fiH irohitsoutof ikji
4U1. Miss Annie Iachapelln ncit to
Folk desered a medal If thei
i a rtord of
uciooints. Just ono rxiint below hiss 10 k
no young laoiea received mis nign praise
congratulation from tin
many frlend4 and
schools of Ban Antonio now ranking i
the best In thu state from the bill he himself
introduced In tho Texas JcgiKliitu
member some vears ago. which bill wu af
terward amended and became a general li
providing each city to bnvo control of their
Tho effect of this
to the g rati ua tin
nir class. Messrs. Emit Frank
and Merle t'cniley. Misses. Kllio
tho diplomas awarded br the cltr school
board. Tlitso were beautifully tirenared In
:iulilte iien worwon parchment by Mr. tier
ilmo Fcralcs at tho lnstanco of City Clerk
1 tho exercises after which the
AU Is Vanity.
aa young and pretty and very fal
she tripped past Dullulg's coffee roast
lug establlshmeut on laosoyo street yesterday
two boys standing In the door laughed. They
laughing at something that cmneuplu
tuiok it that thev were lauirhlna-at her.
nor sweet nine 10 year omi raoe was comracioa
with rage and scorn as she turned spitefully
rketl'01igotoh II" i
AUKT1K Texas June 17 1186.
The commencement exercises of tho un
verslty closed with a brilliant reception which
was glen last night by the faculty. A large
number of friends and patrons of tho school
were present and a most enjoyable time was
had br both rouno-and old
The exercises ot yesterday Included tho an
nual address to ine siuuems oy m ue v. a
Miss Jessie Andrews the first and only lady
graduato of tho university was presented
with a handsome gold mHal.
lAst night tho Alumni association bad their
annual liana u
sions of the closing exercises.
ball by the students at Turner hall.
Mr. Franu Flset. one of tbe trrad nates this
year of the unhcrslty while sitting in the
window of his room cooling last nfirht. fell
nut on tho pavement which was one story bo
low irom vvuicn ois ion leg aoove ine auaie
was broken. Mr Flset Is a brother-in-law of
Mr. Kd. Hancock of this cltr.
Arrangements have beeu perfected for the
celebration of tho opening of the free bridge
over tho Colorado. In this eltr. to-morrow.
The bridge has been beautifully decorated to-
uay who roe moai ceauiuui norai aesigiui
oooasslon a success.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the
THIS WEEK! :
!At 8 Cents.
iie-8hecr India I.laii and Nainsook Checks
At 12 1-2 Cents.
ilia Miifli. Victor. I.MWH anil Kan9v H.l'ti
(1iikt Mil. Mm.
At 20 Cents.
1.11 M nils. Nluk. Iliirrv tie larl.. mi!
'anejr I.kcv effects.
At 30 Cents.
hprlnir Ttilr" a v. rr tl ll.li Hatln I'laJ.I e(ti t
ncy lji.f I'lalils elc
At 50 Cents.
an uar 10111 lie
dentetf. Tivdar we will add two ne
Ine lot of ail Fancy Fainted and Kn:
CI Ik and Katl
lot of Ml Artl.llritllr Palntoil and I'nnev.
t'arveil llninlles worth f.1
At 1 0 Cents.
li Fabrics FIo Cases Fancy Drens (hug-
'"' At 12 1-2 Cents.
Two hundred pler Htrlpetl Plain and Ctieck
ered uingham. W pieces stilish American
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
MAttanoHatteeti4. The Newent Wash (loodii
At $25 and $28.
White and ('ream Cashmere and Albatross
Ulchly F.mlroldeml ltoles.
y-Colon'd I.acea arid KiiiliroiJcrics to
match any of the above giodn.
H. D. Kampmnnn Prosldont -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
Tbe Sner Miufactirii
General Office for
i feeling of oppr
salon and un
lftlle almvfl the dlanhrairm. and
just below the right libs aggravated by lying
your liver Is disordered. Perhaps not sort
ouftiy as yet but ratal bepatlo abscesses are
not uncommon. Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters
Is the precise remedy to regulate tho liver
and preeut Its congest Ion and Intlaiiiatlon
ami to disperse such minor Indltla of Its de-
rangement a yellowness of the sklu and ball
of the ee furred tongue sourness of the
linens sick headache and eonnlpatlou. lly re
laxlntr the tiowcls palnloftsly It eiis a chan-
nel or exit for the superfluous bile checks a
tendency to congestion and engorgement of
at the samo time giving a gentle I
(ta secretive action and afford relief
liowls aro costive. Uso tbo lllttors also In fever
autl ainie rueuinatlsin and kltlDer troubki
Ofkick Sih Antonio St. U'r!Co.
April 21 18S0.
During the summer laat oar on the
San i'etlro line will leave tlie Hpringt at
10:30 p. ra.exeept Saturday and Sunday
on wlilck day t tUey will run regular till
Extra oara can be bad at all bourt by
partlei wianingto remain later.
A. BaucNar President.
Tba Rosadalls Remedy .
Ii tbe great Southern remedy for the
cure or acrofuloue taint rheumatum
white twelling gout goitre consump
tion bronchitis nervoui debility ma-
laria and all dlieatet arising from an
Impure condition of the blood. Certifi-
cate! can be presented from many lead-
ing pbytlolant ministers and heada of
famlllei throughout the South endors-
ing Kotadalli In tbe highest termt. We
are constantly In receipt of oertlHcatei
ofcurea from the mott reliable lources
and we do not hesitate to recommend It
at tbe belt known remedy for the our.
of tbe above dlseates.
Southwest. We quote for
Although tho Inroads made on this stock
was great tho dally addition has kept pace
with the rush This week we offer marvelous
Piny t'oachlnir FUrlm. Changeable Silk and
Kancr KmbrolderM Batin Paragon frainfi a
bur Job wnrtli IS Ml.
Sixty Ecru Pongees Paragon frames.
Fatu Pongee lineal trimmed with handsome
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mikado Yum-Vinn and Nan-Ka-I'oo styles.
We do not need to sing tbe pralsi-s of our
Oiirsetvi-s. Other folks do that for uT Every
eustomerls an advertisement Herearesome
of the fuotatlons for this weeki
At I O and 1 2 I -2c.
Eg) pt I an and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Egyptian and Oriental In White. Beige Fancy
Navv lllue II row n and Tan. At 'M and ifAo
seven Inches wide. In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and Hetge. 13 inches wldei and atvfo
White Ecru and llelge IS Inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
Holm pattern 10 yards India Linen with 9
Can vans Cloth Itoiie with colored embroidery
trlmmlngat SO.tia and 14. Pongee Dress
Otto Koohtor. Soc. and Mnnagor
THE NEW HIGH-ARM
IlPersons desiring to purchase a really
flrflt-clus Scwlug-Machlne the best on the
market which will last quarter of a cen-
tury doing nrtclaa work should see the
NEW IMI'ltOVKU "SING Kit." With high
ann light running and almost noiseless.
No other machine will do so wide a range
aud ao One a quality of work so speedily
and satisfactory aa this. Itrancb offices In
tho principal cities where It may be seen
and agents for tho sale of It are In almost
i err town throughout the State.
Company San Antonio Texas.
Texas and Mexico.
Bueatan's Arnlaa lalve.
The Beat Salve In the world for Cnta.
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Uheom
Fever Sorea. Tetter Chapped II an da
Cbllblalni Corni and all Skin Xrup-
tloni and poaltlvely curei Pllet or no
pay required. Jt It guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price IS cents per box. For eale by A.
ero Is nothlnir th.t adil. mn tiiunh In
aonal U-uuty aa a set of pearly white teetb and
oure sweei ort-atn. uy usinir biuiilky'H
1)111 1H1NH) tlie teeth and gunis are kept lu
perfect order aud a fragrant breath insured.
Only M cents a boi. Liquid and liowder.
Kor sale by K. Kaltercr 4 Son.
IpMllI te arUsls.
Une of the nnesteatabUshmenta that Ban An-
tonio if not Texaa. ean boeat or la the Art
Uallery of C. II. Mueller at its Ooinmoroe
atreet. Here can be had artist's and draught-
men's materlala of both domeatlo and Im-
ported kinds. Engravings cbromoa and
wru na wiuuuw gnus aim nneaaineeiie.anaim-
Iiorted decorative wall papor are apeelaltlea In
ila establlahuiont. U-U-lr
Kay'a Kentuoky Kure or liniment haa been
la uae In Kentucky alnoe imu. and In Texaa
alnoo 18.1. When you need a liniment try It.
ror tale bv V. Kaltever ft Hon.
Cur. ror rtlaa.
plica are frequently preceded by a'aenseof
weight In the back lolna and lower part of the
haa aome affection of ue kidneys or neleja-
boring organs. At times aymptonu of lndl
Kstlon are present tlatulenoy uneaalnoae of
a .tomaoh. etc. A moisture. Ilk mm.m.
tion. producing a very disagreeable I
onoe to 11
affected abaorblmr the Tumnr. .M.vlnv
Intense Itching and eSeotlnaT a permaaamt
cure. Price to oonta. Addreas the Dr. ttoa-
kano Medicine Company Plqua Ohio. BoM
by Harrr L. I'owl.r; It. 6obn Co J. D. Di-
vine J. Clavln. -
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 129, Ed. 1, Friday, June 18, 1886, newspaper, June 18, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144875/m1/1/: accessed August 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .