San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Monday, June 21, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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MONDAY. JUNE 21 1880.
lored In h rt-frli
Dors one article partake I he taste of the idh rt
Your refrigerator Is not Ihnrouiihly ventllali-d
Tlio new mode nr voiillliillon 11 pillcntod
owned lilnl controlled lusll ely by '"
uraftiircra. livery Ihii In wild Willi it guar-
arm" To ilo ABSOLUTt STI$rCTION. They
are sold at the sauiu price aa the old nil" re-
Irlircrators See us la-rorp )ou buy nml ham
us ejtplalillhelr merits.
MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER ROUTE
New York Direct I
li by the impiilnr si era if I In-
Galveston Every Wednesday.
tk-kit. statinmiiis and full inrormuUoii call
on or write to W. J. (H'MI .fleneniJftiulherii
ruvM-nircrAirt'iitt.No 12 Vett I'onimeree st.
Livery Stables & Hacks Connected
lUckl Nn. 1011. 12 IT II 1'.. l'ndtrlakcra
Oitice Si Ilium street and stables opHslt
Menger Motel. Holies embalmed anil shipped
all point! In thv Union. Ilnly VVhltellcarso
loo City. Open Day and ."ilitbt. Tel. 11
CARTER S MULLALY
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
42 nml 41 Alitino Plaza
SAN ANTONIO ... TEXAS.
rVSpeclal Attention mven lo fo
bodies to all parti or the United State.. Tele-
phono connection Calls attended nay anil
H. C. MILLER
Stencils Seals Badges Metal Ch'kt
Door Plates Houis Naroben lite.
Opposite Oroos' Hank SAK ANTONIO.
I.KlIt IlKNT A hirirc south room ami parlor.
I' handMimcly furnished wllh hath ri Ill
house. Alaon Jaraolwo-alury loom very ren-
aonablo Tor dimmer mouths fall al IBS llnat
Houston meet. Heferenceii required.
MMPLOYMKNT VV ANTr.Il-llyainl.Mlu aiml
IJ man of strictly temperate habits; With!
watching or other Ilgnt employ .nent. Waics
dfo!!i"w "TumT"'r?wth" "11. Ail"
...Ki-ii?i'J!l-.!ta"?f fo.r KK' Kentucky Kuro
or Liniment which I. made by an oM Ken-
!oCrSH;''i!;.'loclor ""!' " ""'" bleaalng
to man and boast for all purposes a liniment
can Lai put to. Sold by F Kaltcjor A Son
-White flannel suits and white duck
panti at I'ancoast t Sod. 6-B-tf
7F"" "F"T- " furnlslinl room wllh
balb attached. Kn.iilro corner oC llli iii an
Dunham street. Jj
When you need anr Job prlntlngcall
around and get prices at the Lioiit
I'ancostA Son have Juat received
another lot or choice summer clotblne.
Ulg men take notice; we will give you a
Mtrllenr In mind that Frank J. Beltel
keeps builders' hardware and lumber at
the International and Gr'at Northern
Why buy elsewhere your Horse-shoe
ind Square Ileal where you can get
tbem at 40 centa per pound at Wufip
cigar ttore? i-c-tf
If you want to buy or sell any kind
of stock or real estate go to Chavez
Morln & Mateu South Mores street.
They will deal squarely. 1-2-tf
Chavez Morln & Mateu have taken
charge of the stock yard on South Floret
street south of Military plaza where
they will do a commission business buy-
lug and telling all kinds of stockl-9-tr
About three years ago the agent for
Acker's English Remedy tlrst called at
this town and since then the number of
testimonials that have been sent In to
Itagland & Co. and II. L Kowler con-
cerning the merits of the Itemed?- and
the many cures e fleeted surprises.
They wish it to be thoroughly under-
stood that for all folds Hoarseness.
Asthma Croup. Whooping Cough all
ltthlslcal troubles. Thty hive lever
known Its equal and positively euaran-
te It. 6
Advus lo atoms
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It tooths the child softens
thagunis alleys all pain euros wind
colic and Is the best remedy for diar-
rhea. 2S cents a bottle. 7-23-lyr
BERGSTROM & GRAY
Undertakers Funeral Directors
RAYS OF LIOHT.
Oathered Hero And There bv the Local
And aa H true republican
lle'iltioaril the lion In Ita
iralnal a boat he rail;
Hut "ItolnU" vet away with him
U hen led by Hoy all Millie.
New bill and lots of fun at the Fash-
The lion Ton club fill picnic next
The. K'aler Tmupo of Tyrolean rllnirera
wlinieatSau l'cdni sprlng-i eery.lilKit thla
-Tranio on tlio Fnilcrlckahurir road aa
irood lealerday toAtii.tc raand rn-iithtera with
llielrloada tratellnir In irrcat numbera.
The Kalzer Trout of Tyrolean Pluirera
will be at Han I'edro pprluira eery nlKht thla
St. Jacob's Oil positively cures
rheumatism neuralcla anil other bodily
For coughs and colds lied Star Cough
Cure Is the best says Mr. J K. Ilrjnn
The Kalrer Troupe of T) rolean Ulnirera
will Ih1 al fun I'edn Hprlutra eery nlithtthla
Davis .V Whlto arc prepared to do
all kinds of carpenter work lit 311 Aus-
tin street. C-'H-tf
will bo at Sim I'i
Duval West wants to be chief dep-
uty marshal and tlio bar strongly en-
dorse him for the position.
-Aatrieteardrlverwaa atlaekiil ly aome
lietrm rouirhaon the Klorea alrtet ear hue riat
'IlieSatt Aliloulii little leiliu for tuiipaaiia
irototr In tliioatyle ye.tenla inoruiiitf aeeoin.
ihiiIi-1 lij tliuvond wl.hiiiirnll their lileud.
lor their auecea..
en from Kemlalleounty
In the ell)
-The family of Mr. A. Ilrunl ami a few
Men. I" picnicked on I he rialadoyealenlu).
-On Saturday night Justho Adam
tied the matrimonial knot or Henry All-
hrlght nnd Mlas Mary Slomtr.
A lady on Xorth Soledad street an-
noys her neighbors very much by whip-
ping her children unmercifully.
.Miss Nettle Xoyes of the High
school has resigned to lake a position
wllh the new academy.
The Fourth Ward Howling club en-
joyed a grand picnic near the First mis-
Mr. Vgnaclo Uortarl has returned
from New llraunrds anj reports having
had a tine time.
There will be no concert at the Mis-
sion garden to-night but will continue
every evening this week commencing
Iroin to-morrow night.
J. K. Labatt has received a telegram
from his wife In Galveston that his little
laughter Is Improving.
-Dave Koenlghelm was In the city
last week and la looking llntT He says
Hint there Is nothing like ranch life.
Summers garden was much fre-
quented yesterday by throngs of young
and old enjoying the shade of tlio large
rose arbora and the dense china trees.
-From a.telegram received by Mr.
Miuon Fest Jr. yesterday it announced
that Mr. 8. Fest Sr. and wife have nr-
rivedatSan Francisco In good health
Mr. Nicolas Mallhes Sr. celebrated
his SUth anniversary last Saturday and
at night waa serenaded by Mr. Kit
Arnaud and a number of other frlenda.
One of our popular city policemen
who formerly sported a tine diamond
stud sperts It no more. Wonder where
An Italian run a wheel oir his wagon
yesterday morning and came to grief nt
the corner of Aintno and Commerce
Mrs. H. Carter Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Frotnwer and a few friends enjoyed a
line country supper out on the ranch
last night and breakfasted on birds and
other good things this morning.
Colonel Paddy Field's tlae Irish
game cock whipped out all the brag
chlokeris at the pit yesterday and came
out without losing a single feather.
It Is rumored that the grand Jury
have Indicted a couple of olliclals who.
It Is said are each about $I0UU short In
I'rof. Harry Ouenthcr who fell and
fractured his leg the morning he was
having for Milwaukee Is again able to
be up and Intends to leave for home this
Members of Alamo lodec No. 30 I.
O. O. T. will meet at K. of 1'. hall
Dullnlg building at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow
evening. W.T. I'ancoast W. 0. T
The Kaler Troii of Tyrolean plnircra
alll bu ut Nan I'edro gprlnya etery nlitlil thla
Lost Saturday June 11) a gold ear-
ring quarter ot a dollar. Suitable re-
ward If returned to this otllce. Mrs.
Turquand 232 South Alamo street.
Sam Johnson raised his new Hag
staff at hit residence on Victoria street
yesterday afiernoon and afterwards In-
dulged with his friends In a quiet little
celebration of the event.
A colored woman at the springs
Saturday night gave her husband a first-
class lambasting tor escorting another
colored woman home and leaving her
out there. His coming back after her
seemed to have no bearing upon the
ChBrles Wurzlmoh. Charles Ilfck-
manii and ltlmbold lleoker threw ties at
Joe Hermann's saloon Saturday night at
theralllefortheStorbeck cork plotures
of the missions
The cool breeze and cooler beer at
Muth's pavilion on Government hill yes-
terday afternoon drow quite a number
of prominent San Antonlans to this pop-
Miss Katie Wurzbach the little
daughter of our ceunty Judge.celebrated
her Ulh anniversary yesterday with a
party of little friends at her father's real-
dence on 7tb stieet.
An old negro servant of the late
General K. O. U. Ord. appeared at the
Emancipation celebration last Saturday
dressed In the full uniform of a major-
general or the United States army the
same having been a cast on" suit given
him by the general years ago.
iT1"1" iV '''' P" K- Jlenevolent so.
cletyhad a Miami enthusiastic meet-
ing yest erday. Seven new members
were admitted to membership and the
society now has 03 active members.
Mr I.Erron'soarrlage was badly de-
molished by his horse beoomlng fright-
ened at that steamroller which was so
careless y left at the corner of Alamo
and Goliad streets Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Dave Homan and a friend were In
thecarrlage at the time and were thrown
out but not seriously Injured.
Victor Daniels a boy employed at
Glllett's fruit stand on Commerce street
had a light with a man named Murln of
the steam laundry yesterday In which
the boy was badly cut tinder the right
eye by something in Murln's band. The
trouble arose because the boy aa he
says told several customers that Murln
""thing f llme laundry'nK
An engineer Tor llle company No. I will
tie chosen Ih a n vnlng. The engine will alio
lw iliim anothor trial thla afternoon between
6 and 8 In order that tho now cna-lnccr eau law
epme lhorouiilily acquainted with Ita ma-
chinery ero Ita builders. Mr. Ahrona leaii
for home winch he will do lo-uiorrew.
Furniture bought sold and renovat-
ed at Davis A White's 311 Austin
Simon Feat's garden represented an
animated scene yesterday evening that
would remind the spectator of the lm-
maglnatlve plotures In the 'Arablan
Nights." It was splendidly Illuminated
mil fair maidens and youths put active
life Into It. Dancing continued to a
One orilergalrom A Gray' bugglea
k aa smashed on Alamo street Saturday
evening about 0 o'clock tho buggy be-
ing occupied by a colored loan and Ma
girl and the horse becoming frightened
at the steam street roller which had
been left at tho corner of Alamo and
Ooliad slreetf. The man and woman
were spilled out but not hurt.
The alarm of burglars was raised In
Stiimberg's wagon yard on South Flores
street early this morning and the police
chasi d them down the street Into the
old col I on yard but lost them In the
river bend tiller tiring several shot at
lieu rv ill
ot talilel la all he Mnv-
Mr Hoi llallf atarta out for New York next
Mr. Jnllii. Newmnu. nrihe Aualln branch or
I ho II nil or Xemnau A Co. la 111 the city .
H. A.OHlir.nrtlt Iiul lanllhe Kolltliel II.
.Mr. Ala-Cohen lenlea In n few ihiya lor
lii.nlieio ill lea for huslncsa ami lo recu-
Mr Km K).rcrlina returned from a liual-
icaa Irlpueat. nnd reporta havluir bad II hot
I il It e..ei lnlly nt i:lile I'a.aaml llcdrua
MlaaKaircr lltlnir on Houlh Alamoalle
bad In r arm aew-iely cut yeateiilny by a pli
of via. a from a piuiu In a window aaali hl
MlaaKaircr llUnir on Houlh Alamo nut t
leu ncvlilcuially .
Slitrlll' A. F. Field or Lockhart la at
the St. Leonard.
Mr. A. Levy accompanied lit- his
charming daughter Mia Melnnle Levy
who on a previous visit made hosts oi
friend here arrived In the city last
night from Victoria on his way lo Cali-
fornia to spt ml the summer. Thry lin-
guists ol Mr. Sol Halt!'.
George II Talmadge a capitalist of
llorn.dule Illinois Is at the St. Leonard
on his way to visit bis Kendall county
Justlco Crawford'n Court.
The reporter was glad to no Justice
Crawford In hi olllce tills morning and
to be assured that his health was rnpld-
It. II. Hajs pleaded guilty lor his wile
of striking a colored hired girl and was
lined i'i and costs.
Mr. D. T. Humes sued Ksta Newman
for $ I SO.
.Mil bum Wagon Co. sued Alfred Hera-
turd for $l9.7ftand sequestrated a wagon
that plaintlll'had sold defendant.
Tho New Draunfels Toam.
The San Antonlolillle association held
n mertlng yesterday afternoon at their
range on IDwdcr House Hill and dls-
ctisod the New llraunfels programme
for the Fourth of July celebration. It
was finally decided to choose a strong
learn to repneent their club and this
was done by shooting a match and se-
lecting only those who made the best
score: The team chosen were Messrs.
It. 11. Aiken Dr. A.HerfT Albert Steves
A. unci Gua Altmann. and substitutes
F.d. Drelss Harry Fowler and Hans L.
In tho Track ot Cyclones.
Travelers by the Sunset train on Sat-
urday night reported that a severe
c) clone struck the track between Wnel-
iler and Flatonla The train kept the
rails but from the track the passengers
could see huuses blown down trees
broken ami uprooted and crops lying
blasted on the ground. No details ol the
devastation hasyet reached San Antonio.
A Miiffnlflcont Prize.
A beautiful gold plated lantern with
the usud double colored globe on
which Iscut the name of the recipient
Dan'l It. Davis n brakeaian on the Sun-
set railway wns exhibited nt this olllce
last Saturday by that gentleman. The
lantern Is of line workmanship and was
obtained by getting the largest number
or subscribers (110). to the "Hallway
llrakemen's Journal" published nt Itock
Islantl. HI. and which is the olticlal
journal of the Brotherhood. Mr. Davis
la jusuy prodii ol ins prize which is
valued at $30 dollars.
An Enrly Bunaet
Ou Friday afternoon as Col. Klmer
Otis was taking his siesta in a huminock
at the headquarters ho was startled by
the repolt of the sunset gun. He
looked around. All was light and bright
and examining his watch he found that
It was two o'clock. Looking towards
the Hag stall he sawn soldier busy In
hauling down the flag. Heat once saw-
mill something wns wrong nnd sent an
orderly to enquire into the matter. It
was men inunu mat me aoiuier nau
"tanked up" and feeling tired conclud-
ed It was sunset and bad tired off the
gun The soldier now Has in the Mili-
tary hotel de Hum to expiate his of-
Ho Tries Twice to do It.
lllnes Clark and his son drove to
the springs on Sunday and tying up his
horse and buggy promenaded around.
Soon after lilt son Frank came and in-
formed lit in that a stranger had driven
oil' with the buggy lllnes nt once fol-
lowed overtook the mnn and claimed
his buggy. The man who was under
the Influence of liquor claimed Urst It
wns his buggy tbon that he had
hired It from llergstrom AGray. lllnes
howrver got Ills buggy and turned
the man loose. Soon after the man
made a second attempt to take the
buggy and was arrested and Jailed. The
supposed thief gave the name or J. It.
Ilond. Some say be Is a barber others
that he is a printer. Anyway be has
not been long In town and nothing else
Is known lor or against him.
Did not enter upon the trial of any
cases this morning but was occupied
with the disposition of applications for
contlnuauce In criminal oases. The
habeas corpus ease of Louis Williams will
be resumed at 3 o'clock this evening
Real Estate Transfers.
Noah Child and' wife to K. J. Gal-
lagher lot 21 In south hair or block No.
IS situated upon Crockett StarrCherry
and Walnut streets. I'rlco $20.
Hugh M. Johnson to W. I. Gerfers
320 acres In survey No. 31 on the Salado
creek. Price $020.
Board of Equalization.
The board acted this morning on the
Nlo Cosgrove; property plaoed at his
own assessment or It.
The assessment ot the assessor was
reduced In the following cases but the
valuation of the owners was raised.
J N Gallagher reduced $8S.
Ignacla Cortez reduced $700.
Kd. Rlsche reduced $060.
llarbara Melas reduced $100.
Louisa Kltt reduced $17B.
The assessment of Mrs. Emma Altgelt
was raised $1000.
It. Oulntana raised $000.
M. . Sauer raised $760.
About ten persons were ordered to he
summoned to appear before the board to
prove that the oounty assessor had over-
valued their property.
Ppcclal to tho Han Antonio Light.
Jutf.hso.-i Tkxis June 21st.
This morning at f o'clock as the pas-
senger train was turning the curve Just
before reaching the depot It collided
with a freight train which was taking
the side Iraok. The rear live cars being
on the main track said live oars were
completely demolished; but little barm
was done to the passenger train only
one truck of the passenger engine being
ofl the track.
MhMiKu 1IOTM.-II l Crouch renraalll
ll.nnlirlo N'nrl'itn M Hills Kamoa City of
.MeilcojJ.M Monleller Perth Alnboy N Yl
'.V A Tnlrca and iliiuahtcr Aumett llenry
Weat and loula Hchliilder Mra II 1! Sweeny
ami thlhl (lull clou i TTohtion stead Win I)
Cochran N Yl W VVIIIeford Mls.es lletlloand
Molllo Wlllelonl Mlaa Maggie Hunting Kla-
tonlal Henry tlilluin and wile F Y llradway
(ten IIThompaon New tlrleana: (IC Nuimelly
A V llilldn aa Ilallaai J lj oild. llaltluiorvj
Mr lleilnua. It llnimleinleiu. Iloornes .1 A
Marllu. Iloualoni J T lloliiiau Mlaa Hadlu
llolman Weimar; A W Llttlebale lloalon; 11
J lloberla Cincinnati: AOCooIoy Fredericks-
burgi J A Mltlmanii. .Sew llraunrela
Hui'Tiiriit Horn. lao flnnliier. Hi IxmlalJ
II t. Ilean llallaa; A I. Ilaglus New llrauuffla:
M luii H A timer Ucorgctowni 11 Corkell
llealloa.lohn'A IM'il Sutherland Hprlnga) A
A Nin Vardl Mlaa: II V Hedllcld VVacol
Mra .Si Claiborne Laredol .1 1. Ilutegnat J
(lorilon llrnun. Aliatln: J Mclhtngtlll. Ilia-mot
II tioldwnter. St. LoiHa: w II Jennings Jr.
l-atiraallj A M llooior Mexican International
rallwayi II Phillips! A ritaihal lldrrold: II T
llalley llenrne: Jmlgo CI. Cox. Ilouatoni A A
Farria Memphlat Jerome llarrla Foil Worth!
Jamea A Hnineat llwyer l.l I'll'" I 1. II llarrla
San Angelot Mcllrlde Austin; lleorgt- West
NI K II11TH..-II II Holdermaii I'onlger
; .Madaraaz Iji.lu "On tho wlng;"ll II
il-rlck VVaehler Tex. I Y llnlrlral lie
main Talwir Hcgulu; VV Formlycu Vlekaburg
Mlaa.; II W Viillidria I J I'aao.Tex.l .1 A Carr
and lilinlly l.aiednt.1 M Crocker New Or-
Uv Austin) l: ll'llales mid wife lia
li.M lloldaleln. HI. Ifliili. Mo. I I'
nl Waco; Hiotuas Ualiea. Memphis
II M llalrell llomalea; Hauloa llcna-
Tlio Arnnsus Pahs Road Dooming.
The atock lillalneaa on the AratiaiH Paaa
road la liNimlngiiii wi II. Tlueo hundred nnd
lllly beador.rnt laa-vca lalonglng lo Mr. Tom
Coleman nfOnpiiaChrtall am ta-ing dilven
ImmCorpusChrlallto heel III... and will la
shipped I hence tomorrow Tor tho Chicago
mtu kit. and on Sntunhir ouo thouaainl head
f entile will lm ilrlt
anch to lleovllle. mid
at llarrnhl. Texna. Ileiait aifent Clugin-tt w ill
take charge of the llruckcurldgo iIi-jhiI to-
griilihlcal I'niou.Vi. Wi thlal.Momhilie
at 0 o'clia k aharp nt K. of I hall l.i
atreet. A full attendance la required a
INirtntit bualneaa will come before the luee
Rlscho's Injunction Granted.
Jmlgo Noonnu In tho dl.trlct court granted
Krneat Hlacho'a Inluncllon reatmlulng the
Turner ansoclatioii lrom releaalng their oja-ia
hall toother partlea until Juno ltd 1W7. Tho
ho n-membereil aa published In the I.iuiit
Welcome Little Strnngors.
a. VanVleek. lfo ntthe dlvlalon ailper-
i.leut on the Hiltiaet road gave birth lo a
on last evening Thla la tho first tioio
nn event haa occurred III Mr. Van
k'a family alnce he uaa married seven
a ago and he la ipille proud of the airl-
ewlfeorMaJorCoiiitney IT. H. A. waa
cred of n flue dnughttr on Halurday eve-
i named Henry olhci
charge of the shop. When ho went to bual-
neaa next morning he round that Henry had
dlaappeaicd. taking with blui SI5 u new ailk
Tho nttciidadcu wna not quite up to Hie
uaual .Monday morning alandnrdl
Thomaa Mnrahull.v Infilling n hack ordlunucc
William Wallace Inaullliig hinguage con
Hadio Illley public pru.tiluto continued.
I'reaton Seott inaiifling lungililge.eontlnued.
VV Meyer sauio charge contluui-d.j
I. Hoile druuk and doau .
J. Ilaler. diaoi-dcrlv 1 1.
Manuel .Slarllue drunk and down. !.
Pilar Talamcnteg drunk aud down f.r.
Havlna Fausla drunk and down f..
I. II Volnilli.'.li
IK-iitario U-o-Taittca iini drunk to bo tried.
Iloorgu Shenall mlored and a whlto man
vian nis naino to appear luaull-
W. J. B. Pntterson's Fathor Doad.
llifnriiiatiou haa la-en reeelvtHl In tho city
thai Mr. VV J. II. Paltt-raou'a falher tiled lit
Montreal on tho day that hia son arrived there
and haa tarn hutricd wllh iluohonora. Mr.
of Injuries o
from theoity lir
laat night fur tn
Recovered the llorso.
Mr. Dan 1'. Smith has received a telephone
message I com his pun nor -Mr. C. H. Iloblnaon
now In Austin saying that ho haa IdcutlUed
llalley under uriest In Austln.aatheman who
Gumeclndo Juares to Juliana deOllos.
Mack Smith to Martha Washington
Mrs.-Mary Hunt an English woman
who tins been here only two months
died very suddenly Saturday evening.
At U o'clock a. ni. yesterday morning.
Justice Adam held an Inquest upon the
body and the Jury returned a verdict or
death from natural causes. It being
learned that Mrs Hunt and ber husband
were In Indigent clrcumstanoes Justice
Adam and the Jury of Inquest made up
a purse of $8 to assist In paying her
burial expenses. Mr. Close tho man-
ager of the. Emigrant's home where
Mrs. Hunt died also took up a collec-
tion. W. L. Krlbs was prostrated at 10 min-
utes to 3 o'clock on the plaza yesterday
evening and waa brought to police
bentlquarters In an unconscious condi-
tion. Drs. Amos Graves nnd Ilraunagel
were called In to attend It I tn but he died
Justlco Adam's Court.
The case ot Alexander Itoss vs. the I.
and G.N. K. IC on sworn accouut for
$10.00 will be tried this evening at 3
o'olock by a Jury.
Tho case of Adolph Deseve vs. Taylor
which was set for trial at 10 o'clock this
morning was continued to Thursday on
account of the absence of witnesses.
A Remedy for Lung Dlssssss.
Mr. Robert Newton late president or
tbe Kclectlo College or the city or New
York and formerly or Cincinnati Ohio
used Dr. William Hall's llalsam very ex-
tensively In bis practice as many or his
patients now living and restored to
health by the use of this Invaluable med-
icine can amply testify. He always
said that so good a remedy ought to be
prescribed freely by overy physician at
a sovereign remedy In all caaet of lung
diseases. It cures consumption and
has no equal for all pectoral complaints.
Wood Cirv llastnip County Toxas I
. April la Iwa. f
Messrs Morlcy Ums.t
(lENTa1 tried Morley's lllackberry llalsam
on two of my children that had tho ttux vory
bail. audit acted liko u charm curing them
both sound and well. 1 thank you forhavlng
i me market tu
plaint I tan c
For sulo bv F Kalleyer J Sou
The Sinking of tho Oregon.
The pilot boat and the small boats bad left
the sinking ship with heavy loads of human
freight having absut one hundred persons
aboard. The steamer was settling lower each
minute Hie proa being much lower than the
stem and It seemed that each moment waa to
la the laat. We could a linosl reel the laat
couvulalve quiver preparatory to tbe final
piungo. iniawaa an exeoouingiy trying
I. There were no life preservers as the
lag rather apart from the other paaacngers.
A tall handaomo young man atood beaide her
with hla arm tenderly encircling ber alender
walat. Ho waa cv Idently trying to comfort her
with hopeaof rescue! but thesweot creature
aaw to plainly thatunlcsa something unlooked
forahould occur they would aoou Host too
bottom of tho great ocean far away from
aweet lioinn alul dear frlenda. Thn Toon fel.
about to tell hla awcolheart that they
lethlng dark standing out
toward them and aa tho veaael drifted a little
Ihey all alooil aafclyuHiu old mother earth.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
To Iho Voters or llexar Countyl
I hereby announce myaclf aa a caodldato for
thnpoalllon of Aaacaaor of llexar county at
the November election. J. K. l.ABATT.
T-l-aTonla Cordial. His ureal aratem
women of thla climate are subject such as
weakuesadeblllty melancholy whites falling
or tho womb and every form of
tratton. Only try ono bottle and you will bo
entirely satlafled of the truth of our assertion.
For aafc by F. Kalleyer i. Hon.
Furnllursl rurnilurstl Furnllurslll
Wo are aelling furniture at extremely low
figures. The publlo respectfully Invited to as-
certain our prices la-fore purchasing elae-
w here. Call at No. il Weat Commerce atreet.
Il-S lm fur Rraatus Itcvd.
VV. 11. Unit Sc Co. Wkoleaale and Retail
Hruggleta of Home till sayst We have been
aelling llr. King's New ulscovery Klectrlc
Hitters and llucklen'a Arnica Halve for two
years llavo never handled remedies that sell
so well or glvo such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures ef-
fected by these medicines Inthtsclty. Several
cases of pronouued consumption have been
entirely cured by tho usoof a fow bottles of
llr. King's New Discovery taken In oonueo.
Hon with I'lcctrlo Hitters. We guarantee
them always. Sold by A. Drctss. t
Numbering 4(1 or mora can arrango with the
Sail Antonio and Aransas I'ass railway to
have a conch and engine specialty provided
for them between? a in. and Hu. ui.. irlvlnv
npto time to apend a day nt any point
amuscmenta are ploatlfiil at a coat consider-
ably leas than the regular aicsoffarc. 11-tf
lllarrtuea colic cramps pains In the stom-
ach lamenuss apralna lumbago swellings
palna In the head or body neuralgia rheuma-
tlaui nnd tiHithache all pain Internali
Wonderful Klght will cure you and relievo you
or pain. Hold by F. Kalteyer 3c Son.
People to Patronize
Don't pay fancy prices for visiting
cards when you can get them free at
the LiaiiT olllce.
Alpaca silk and draped eta. coats
and vests at Young A Arnold's. 0-16-tf
- ir your children are teething feel-
ing badly cross and no appetite buy a
bottle of I'ulmo Cuia. the effect It won-
derful and only costs $1.25. D. P. Harr
sole agent for San Antonio. 0-18-tf
While Pulmo Cura Is the best rem-
edy for consumption It also Is unrivaled
is a tonlo for debility and nervous dis-
eases. Give It to your babies If they are
weak and puny Its eflent Is magical. It
will make tbem strong rosy and healthy.
I). P. Harr sole agent lor San Antonio.
See our nice light cool underwear
at Young A Arnold's. 0-10-tf
8b9For everything needed In fJMlum-
ber line call on V. J. Beltel at Inter-
national and Great Northern depot ly
I'ancoast A Son keep all tho novel-
ties In clothing bats and fine furnishing
John P. O'Leary plasterer; office
No. 10 East Houston street. Telephone
No. 317. 0-31-lm
Try Fowler't Ice cold toda water
with positively pure fruit syrups; also
Vichy or soda with milk of mtgnetla
wheat phoaphatet tongallne or acid
phosphates lemon orange raspberry
strawberry and chocolate syrnpt a spe-
cialty. No. 14 West Houston it. 4-10-tr
A Rslitbls Article.
For euterprlae. puah and a dealre tn get
audi gooda aa will give tho trade aatlsfactlon
II. I. Fowler It. Ctihn U Co. J. D. Devlne. J
Ciavin the druggists load oil compotltlou-
Thcy sell Dr. llosanko'a Cough and Lung
Hyrup. becauso Its tho la-at mcdlclno on the
market for Coughs Colda Croup and Primary
Conaumptloii. Price IVI cents aud tl. Sam
plea froo. I
Our regular meeting nights will be held ev-
ery nrst aud Third Saturday nlghu at 8 p. in.
sharp at Fireman's hall Market street. All
carpenters and Joiners are respectfully In-
vited to attend and If eligible may bocomo
An Enlsrprlslng Reliable Houss.
A. Drelss can always bo rolled upon not only
to carry In stock tho best of every thing but to
securotho Agency foisuoh articles as havo
well-known merit and aro popular with the
ta-oplo thereby sustaining the reputation of
liolng always eutcrprislng and ever reliable.
Having secured tho Agenoy for the celebrated
will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will
surely cure every affectlou of Throat Lungs
T'jif powder never varies. A marvel of
purity itronjrth and wboleaomeneu. More
eoonotnloaitbaa tbe ordinarj kinds andean
not be sud In competition with the multitudes
of low test abort weight alum or phosphate
powders. Bold only in cans. Itoyal Daklnf
Powder Company 100 Wall street New York.
Our This Week Offer.
NOTE OUR PRICE LIST FROM
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
M pieces Hprlnirtldo asot'd patterns -"C rll
ri) plccon Klatnlno platd U-oyd
75 pieces Hatlu plaid nnd strlpcfi vcrjrchciii
Mpleccfl Victoria lawn ItJrdsfor fl
.in; piece icwna iawn nmi imiia linens
all away down
A few wrf handsome enilimldcrtsl dresn
patterns at their actual oost.
LACES AMD EMBROIDERIES.
W have lOui remnants of cmbrnlilcHeR
ana laces which win ie sold retraruiei
17.1 pieces Persian In
14 yards for f 1.
i X! Inches wide
for the occatlou.
Millinery Department we bar all
All Our Figured Linen Lawns French and American Sateen
Percales and Batistes will be included in that
GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE
Ami in fact Our whole lino of Clothing will meet the bimiig
fate. Onr Motto
"Goods Must Go With the Season."
We would respectfully call the attention of Itnlldem Architects and Contractors to thn
abotPfac-taralleor the W.VlTF.It'rt PATKNT IdnrALlO SHl.Ntll.K made nut of best Char-
ooaLTcrne IN ate Ialvanlzed aud Copper for which we aro appointed SOU? AODNTS.
ThosoConteinplatlnir to build and want a iro4Hl durable storm-proor.as well as ornamental
roof shoultl not fall to buy them and no others Wo guarantee quality and eau satUfy auy
PIPER & SCHULTHESS
(Noa.H 111 aud It YTCIlltl STIIKIIT.)
249 Market St. San Antonio.
Another Big Reduction
In All Departments!
A. KAHN & CO.'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.
We are lleadduarters on prices aud we
bought a f 13l" bankrupt stock at Ul cents on
the dollar. Vuu can save money bv examin-
ing our stock.
100 dents' Casslmero Suits at II no. .worth fa on
loo Oenti' Casslmero Suits at 5 Ml. .worth 10 U)
11)0 tlcnu' Casstmere Suits at a 60. .worth 11 WI
100 llents' Casslmero Kulta at 7 no. worth 12 no
ion (loots' Uasalmere Bulla at 7 tu.. worth UI00
1UI Genu' Seersucker Suits at its). .worth too
135 Pairs Hluo Flannel I'ants at li 00. .worth 3 W
Youths' Hoys' aud Children's Suits
3U0 Hoys' Waists at ao
800 Pairs Hoys' Knoo Pants at 600 pair
600 Genu' K nit Undershirts atSSo. . . .worth nn
too Gents' Knit Drawers at 2!o worth toe
too Pieces Whlto Goods at to yard
too Pieces Victoria Lawn at to yard
too Plooes Indian Linen at SHo yard
too Plooes Indian Llnon fine at loo yard
1100 Pieces very nno from to ISo yard
Also a very large line or Nainsooks In email
medium and very largo pattorns at Blio loo
Ito I5c aw and 25o.
7ft Embroidered Dress Patterns at f0
75 Kmbroldered Dress Pattorns at... 2 60
You can save 40 percent by pricing our Em-
broideries for wo bavo trot tbem very low In
Hamburg and Swiss from 'o nor yard up.
All-Over Lace for yokes and sleeves
from JKo per yard up
1000 Pisces Fancy Dress Lawns at 3c.
lOOO Pieces Fancy Dresa Lawns at to
TOO Pieces Fanoy Dross Lawns.- . ...at To
700 Pieces Fancy Dresa Ijiwn at 4o
too Pleoea Fanoy Dress Lawns at loo
too Ptoooe all shades Nun's Veiling. . . .at to
a Ttlnoaa Albatroaa. worth 350 at2oo
too Pleoea Ginghams. ...at to So lOo and 12!io
DO Plooes French Satoens at 'Mo
And many other novoltlos In Dross (Joods too
numeroua to mention.
Main Plaza and
fries we iuva no atYtnta dui i
wtjlTts rtn hatva (ImU with tha ec
t an.fr. Wetblbaarwberawltbprlvl
lrKt "f eiunlnlnf btifora buy-
ing. We pay freight both ways V
iz noBRaiistrutory warrant
prte only. Our PUtform
Oak teal ber.
tho rcntlemen who may cull and wllh tn
WE HUE MARKED DOWN
lift seersucker eiiala and tent at f 2 ft)
former prlco M.U).
75 seersucker Norfolk s 'j)
former pneo M.mi
nencrafthfluits 4 75
kobtuitllannel suits ft m
former price !!.(
KMdoz. India inillflf llliilnislilrt- oi
llos Mulstsand knee punts from Vu. up.
lortod stfKk of all kinds of Tin Mate llest
i also tHHi; All r. nts ror tbo uamurMiro
CURTAINS AND CURTAIN GOODS.
MO Franch Coraota. .
too Hoop Skirts tor Ladles Misses and
s Hubber lllbbs
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS DEPARTH'T
0 Doz. Fancy Towls ut50odnz
i) 1H)Z. llleaolieil French Towels at f 1 U)
J Doz. very heavy Honeycomb Towels
In Uleaobod and Unbluaohed at 1 00
ODoz. LargoTurklshTowel at 2 50
0 DuZaFrouch D'mask KnottoilTowlsat U Ul
0 Pieces German Crash at 6c yard
0 rioces Turkey Hod Table Damask
at 35-0 vard
0 1'leces Turkey Fancy Table Dam-
ask at boa yard
0 Pieces Half Wenched Tablo Damask
at 2To ya
0 Pieces Half Uleached Tablo I) tun ay it
at WVo y ard
0 Pieces Itlcached from 40o up
STAPLE DOMESTIC GOODS.
Illeaohod Sheetings from Ro ir yard up
lied licking from fio per j ard up
ltrown Sheetings from fro per yard up
Hod Callooes from fto per yard up
IUkI Tickings at iV 7c H;iot lOoupto SJoyard
& HARNESS M F C CO.
sold by the mlddiemsD 1
Hlnuio AiO tp.2BS
Ho. i f srm iiBmcM. 9'i.t.an 64-page niuiitratod cauioms
free. Address W. 11. PKATT BecrelaTr. Klkkartt Indiana.
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