San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 177, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 12, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Finest JobPrintlng at 1 A 1 t T 1 ' j Subscribe For '
tub Light joh once San Antonio Daily Light m m m
At Reasonable Prices. J J Only $KOO a Year.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1886.
Volume VI Number 1 77.
Only $5 a Year
Fans and Parasols.
Oar Immense assortment of Summer Dress Goods is replenished
jvookly daring the season by now shipments and the latest novelties
ire added to oar already woll-solectod stock of Whlto Goods Nain-
sooks Muslins Lawns Organdies rorcales rerealines Etnmlnos
and Canvas Cloth.
PLACES AND EMBROIDERY !
We carry the largest stock of Bolgo-Oolored Egyptian Oriental
In white cream and beige-colored in Flouncing Ail-Over and Narrow
to match at prices lower than lino goods generally aro sold.
fVe are ahead of all competition aa re-
gard price. quantity and itylei.
Mala and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center with belt accommodation!. 6-4 1)
A. A. & F. A. BROOKS. ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
LOOK Til YOUIl OWN INTERESTS ANI PATKONIZR
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUB STORE.
loryn fic' CO
Wliolesale ana Retail Drnggjstsana Dissensine Pnarmacists
Vruro Fruit By imp and Ico CoM Sodft
14 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries the largest stock of flnot
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any bouse In theHtate Storekeepers and heads of families will do well to mat
their purchases atthlsestabllshment. The following Oreon Coffees always In stock t
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
This house supplies Delicious Fresh-Roasted
FIT EASE AND COMFORT
Men's Pobblo Goat Shoos mado to order for 12 75.
Men's Ualters made to order from S3 W
Men's Calf Boots made to order from 18 a).
Hepalrlng while you wait. Men's Working Shoes made to order from 12 CO.
Men's shoos half soled and heeled from 75o.
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
b. B. W1TCHELL - - Agent
No. 31 Soladad strent
. A. HA HP
Oyafera Fish and. Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Rcholz's Hall Corntr of Commerce ind Losoya 8trcets
1" MoaU at all houra.
U.T.BANKS F. T. JOHNSTON
Johnston yilkinson & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and
Wo oiler the greatest bargain. In fancy
goods aa well a In the ataple lines.
and Mineral Waters constantly
and QroundCoffee. 8THKNGTH and FLAVOIt
iiiu iireuiiBvi vj steam power
w. McAllister & bro.
tot tot aid 105 1. alamo it. cor. viuita
AM ANTONIO TMXA
We are Wholesale and Hetall Dealer In Austin
White lime Beit Brands of Dark lloaendalo and
Imported Kngtlsh Portland Cements. Flastor o.
Paris and Lone Ooat Hair and would ask jou tc
Call or write us for prices before purchasing- else
Please mention this paper.
Ladles' shoes half soled and heeled from 60o.
- San Antonio Texas
Everything aerved In Firsl-Clasa Style
II. II WILKINSON H. WrtKIVRnw
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MAIN ri.AZA (French Binding)
San Antonio Tex.
t rnrroT ott vib a tjtj HTWa
Prom all Parts of the Olobo Con-
denaed and Bollod Down.
Yesterday's proceedings at Galveston
hare no aoeolal Interest. The day was
given to speecbmaklng by the conven-
lion wnne me oomrauiee on creueniian
was straightening out the contesting
The military hare turned ualveston
over te the tender merclea of the poll-
tlclana. 8eth Bhenard aerved notice on Ham
Randall yesterday that If be did not
come down from bis protection position
he would be read out of the democratlo
There was a biff row In the conten
tion yesterday ofer aenatorlal candi-
dates addressing tbe body and Ilerndon
pitched into lerreii like a terrier pup
when there are rats In tbe pit. The
oblnnlng was awful.
Swain made a speech In which be car
ried tbe convention oft lla feet In his ar
raignment or tne mud anngera or tne
Brackenrldge spoke only 12 minutes
before tbe convention yesterday and his
Eeech likes that or uiitdings was ot
e tame variety.
Home Idea of the babel of the eol.ven-
tloa may be gathered from Marlon Mar-
tin's remark while trying to addresa the
crowd ! "When the day of Judgment
oomealfa democratlo convention la In
aeaalon Gabriel's trumpet would be
drowned out." Ills apeeob waa well re-
ceived. Argument of oounael la occupying tbe
attention of tbe court In the aaarohlst
trials at Cblcago.
The San Antonio Rifles were ban-
quelled yesterday by Colonel Barnard.
ana mo laaies oi uaivesion presenieu
them with a superb stand of colore
Swain erew bolllnsr hot In bla denun
ciation of tbo atate government which.
in nis convention speccn ne cnargea
with having hounded blrn from one end
of the atate to tbe other and were "a aet
of tbe moat corrupt acoundrels tbat ever
disgraced tne rootstoot or aeity." i ne
wire edge of bis remarks set tbe conven-
tion on Its mettle and the deafening
cheers that awoke the echoes of the vast
rink lasted for minutes. No man who
makes eucb a speech concerning the
democratlo administration of this demo
cratlo atate can expect tbe democratlo
endorsement as the nominee of tbe dem-
ooratlo hosts for governor.
Austin city assessmenta show an In
creased valuation of $100000 over 1SSS.
Taking time by the forelock some
oner cities In Texas are aotlng on the
nforrnatlon or Impression tbat war baa
been declared against Moxlco.and Mexi-
can realdenta are very much alarmed.
Congress alone declares war. and con-
rea la not In aeaalon. Mexican rexl-
ents In Texaa aro aa aafe aa they ever
Mondragon Is going throuiih the farce
of a pretended trial at Pie (Iras Negras
wunoui even oeing suujeci to an arrest.
The cotton prospect In the Carolines
Is poorer than at any time since the war
Julv cotton reports show that Texas
has barely held Iter own and the proba-
bilities aro that August will show a
slight decrease. Alabama cotton crou
shows decided Improvement: Georgia
Mississippi Louisiana and 'Tennessee
snow a slight advance.
The fishing schooner Ilenrv Woodruff.
of 1'ortland Maine had a mutiny ou
board caused by whisky and the crew
overpowering tbe captain put him un
der uatcnes anu sailed loruspe uace. A
storm struck them and all went down.
Cengressnian Beach of New Vork. Is
dead lie bad been very sick at his
nome in uornwau ror some time.
Tbe Indiana state democratlo conven
tion Is In session with Hon. Dan Voor-
hees In tbe chair. Its platform denounces
toe uoiuingoi uniieu states lanua Dy
aliens prohibitory liquor lawa and
sumptuary legislation. svmDathlzes with
Ireland and approves an Increase of
pensions u was not in. year ror guD-
A great deal of sickness and heavy
mortality Is reported amongthe children
ana oia people in tne vicinity or uia-
dings this slate.
Hardin county court bouse was de
stroyed by tire last Sunday and all tbe
recorua uurneu j ne loss in recorus anu
papers can not be estimated and will be
ten ror yeara.
The Mexican officials on thla aide the
border deprecate war and confess tbat
In case hostilities open tbe greaser
repuuiio uaa uu uuauce.
Mexico seems inclined to Dettlfoar the
Cutting case and deny tbe facts In tbe
Tbe war fever has broken out In Vleks.
burg. Miss. and a permanent organize-
tlon for Mexican war movements baa
been efleoted. Vloksburg Is aa bot as
though she bad been bitten bv a Nanlea
El Paso Is auletlng down Mexican
soldiers are washing themselvea In tbe
Rio Grande Cutting grows more confi-
dent In the protection of tbe United
siates-x.agie rass grows more excited
It Is rumored tbat Mondragnn has been
tried and acquitted and tbe situation re
mains as It was and as It doubtless will
oe ror aays to come.
A short rope ami a sndd'n drop are
promised a would be negro ravlsber
who entered the chamber ot a lady at
Kountr Hardin county and only retired
woen ner screams Drought ber busband
Reports are rife of movements
troops;toward the west and great stir
In tbe naval cities of the government.
Cholera bss broken out with great
virulence among the French troops In
The Anglo-Hpanisb commercial treaty
ucuuuie. eu.ouveon ana arter next oun
John Raskin whose life was despaired
ui im. ncM is recovering ana convai-
escence Is looked for.
The British government will annolnt
a speolal commission to examine the
Master Workman Farmer and State
Lecturer Jaokson are booked for the big
Houston K. of L. plcnlo on tbe 2:M Inst.
War has been declared between tbe
iiauimore ana Ubio and tbe reonsyl
vanla roads. .
The police of Belfast have heen airnnir.
ly denounced by tbe peaceable artczans
oi me city.
More British war vessels are coming
over iu aao Biauqu on ine uanaaian
Wm. Benson a big eanltallat and Inm.
bermtn of Detroit Mloh. Is under tbo
ban In a defense suit on a cbarge of be-
ing tbe father of an llleirltlmaie nhiirl.
Tbe girl who brings tbe complaint 1 a
poor shoemaker's daughter.
jtntin.al In mi.ih th tirAM.fllnvi In th
yields fM.OOO on the (found that the
court bad no Jurisdiction both parties
oeing loreigners. rne motion to quasu
lias not neen ucciueu yet.
Consul I.tnn. of Pledraa Netrras.hav
Ing annonnced bis Intention of resigning
me American oonsuisnip mere on ac-
count of the dllatorlness of tbe United
has been petitioned by the citizens of
.agio rats toretain nis place anu in ine
petition a very nattering tribute bss
rlaclnglbe city's population atSlO.000.
and averaging the perspiration shed at
a halt pint per person tbe Wssblngton
Crltlo finds tbat 10.1000 plnta of perspira-
tion were exuded In one day. This
equals 3i-!o gallons or luo.uuu pounds
me weignt or rui oruinary-sizea people.
People who want to "do" Niagara on
an economical plan are enjoying free of
expense uoat isiana me rnrre Miner
Islands and all points from which the
falls can be seen on the American side.
It Is said that the only two relics of tbe
old days of Niagara are the hackmen
and the curiosity barars and even these
are mucn suouueu.
Gen. Wm. F. Rogers of Buflalo who
renamed as like y to succeed I'UDllc
rlnter Rounds Is not a general by
courtesy. He won bis title by hard
fighting during the war. He weat out
aa a colonel of a regiment raised around
Buflalo and foneht right through to the
end coming out finally as a brevet
major general aid actual brigadier gen
eral lie naa a very gallant reoora
For Camp Meeting.
A grand union camp meeting begins
this week at tbe camp grounds at tbe
raoutn or near creek one muo irom
jsiancbac station and 13 miles rrom Aus-
delegation consist ng of Rev.
W. B. Preston and wife. Rev. Mr. Leach.
of Sbaekleford county the Misses Allle
uaidweit ana r.ua Marcnant ana a num-
ber of other San Antonlana left yeater-
aay morning ror ine meeting anu ex.
peci to oe away ior some weeas.
On Board Bhlp.
While In Galveston a Liout reporter
bad tho pleasure to go aboard the. palace
steamer Alamo of the Mnllory line then
discharging at the wharf. Mr. W.J
Young tbe San Ant. nlo agent of this
company acted as pilot and after a
respectful and very punctilious visit to
the steward's cabin Introductions to
the ofllcers of the ship were bad and the
steamer In all Its different Intrlcaoiei of
Improved machinery and appliances for
safety and speed finely appointed and
upholstered salons and state rooms fol-
lowed. The' Alamo Is necessarily a light
draught steamer but la capable of car-
rying a good many Texans to northern
ana eastern resorts anu bringing back
loads of Bottlers for Texas.
From Fort Ringgold.
Three of the United States military
harpabooters who are to contest for
Bell Bro.'a tine cup at the Fort Clark
place on tbe 10th Instant are In town to-
day from Fort Ringgold en route to
Fort Clark. They are Corporal Thomp-
son and privates Smith and Ohlsohlager
of company I Nineteenth Infantry.
i ney say mere is nine war news or
war excitement about their part of tbe
State although they are on tbe banks of
tne mo uranue. Tney report an quiet
excepting a little excitement two weeks
ago. when troop I of tbe Eighth cavalry
was sent out on scouting duty after
some Mexican smugglers and bono
thieves. Tney nave not yet returned.
A RARE MUSICAL TREAT.
What Professor Carl Beclc Otters to tbo
People of San Antonio.
Professor Carl Beck baa recently re.
turned from Milwaukee where be baa
been In attendance at the Smngerfeat.
wane laere ne maue oonauionai ar
rangementa with tbe moat talented ar.
tlat to give a aerlea of elgbt Instrumen
tal conoerta at iuawig juannoke a con'
Tbe engagement contemplates selec-
tions from the following grand operas.
nagner ranneuser r lying uutcn-
man Beethoven Fldello Egmont Mo
zart Don Juan Maglo Flute Figaro
Verdi. Itlgolett. Trobador. Travlata
neyerueer uugenois rropnet rue Af-
rican. The orohestra will consist of two
flutes two oboes eight claronettes. one
bassoon four French horns one solo
cornet four cornets two tenors one
baritone four trambones three tubas
drums and oymbals.
rnis engagement means great ex-
nnroved and sunnorted by nur nun.
)ie jur. ueok anu nr. mannoke win or-
er ticket! for sale. Tbe prices will be
76 cents per concert or M for tbe aerlea
or eigni concene. n aia season tickets
are sola air. neck oan bring this irrand
orohestra bare and give such mualo tbat
was never neara in tuis city berore; rail-
ing In this the prospeot must be aban
doned. It Is hoped that the requisite
amount will be as It should be quickly
Report of the oounty colleotor upon
annual and quarterly collections on ad
valorem ana occupation taxes was
adopted ana approved.
The matter of the proposed change In
iuo Begum roau gave rise to quite
breeze In tbe court. Mr. Huston made
speech on the subject and tbts was fol-
iowea Dy a aispiay or "cnin music" by
Commissioners Braden and Iloefllng. In
which both talked at once. Then one of
the Jurors or view took a band In the
wordy muss and felt Indignant at tbe
disrespect abown to the Jury or view by
tbe court. Finally tbe matter was post-
iwucu W OBiUXUBJ.
Tbe petition for tbe establishment of
new eleotlon precinct to the county was
The report or Superintendent Smith
or tbe poor-house respecting the com.
plaint of Myers and Braden was adopted
Tbe court approved various aocounts
mea against tne oounty.
Almost a Sensational Item
This morning what might have been
a sensational Item bubbled up to tbe
surface bnt very soon It also disappeared
like tt bubble. One of tbe drivers of one
of tbe trash oarts In dumping out his
ioaa aiscoverea the body of a dead ln
fant hardly a span long In the rubbish
and reported the faot to Justice Craw-
ford. Infanticide was the tint conelu.
slon tbat suggested Itself and an Inquest
was talked Of. but a more careful exam.
Inatlon of tbe body of the tiny baby
showed that It bad been preserved In
alcohol for a conslderrble period before
being cast Into tbe trash box to be carted
oil and damped on tbe garbage heap.
Burial would have been a far more
leemiy uisposition of tbo Infant body
Brlrtao Fell n Man Hurt and n Mule
Special to Ba Amoxin LtniiT
jKrrKRw August 12. Last evening
about 4 o'clock as George Figures was
driving a team aoross the bridge at the
foot or Polk street It fell In fatally Injur-
ing blrn and killing one of tbe mules. A
damage suit will likely be Instituted
against the city.
Justice- Adam's Court.
The seouestratlon suit or Villa vs. Se
vere Vecantara. waa tried yesterday In
Justice Adam'a court by a Jury and a
veruicr waa renarrea in ravor oi me
lalntlfl for a horse express wagon and
rness leit oy tne piaintui in tne care
the defendant. The case was stoutly
contested by the parties but the verdict
A Military Artist.
Mr. Frank A. Hall the accomplished
leader of tbe best military band In tbe
service as well as tbe state was honor
ably discharged rrom me service at
Camp Magruder Galveston and In a
few days after be returns to San An-
tonio will take bis departuro with his
lie ior nis nome ai ueuar raus Minn.
here he will engage In the profession
of an artist In landsoape and portraits.
By the way. It bas' not been known In
San Antonio that Mr. Hall was talented
as an artist but such Is nevertheless the
case the gentleman preferring how-
ever to bide his light temporarily under
a bushel bot having tbe time necessary
to follow thla line of art without detri
ment to bla dutlea. Some of tbe pretti
est of Mexican aketcbea coplea or which
have been aeen In our art stores are
rrom nis isoiie urusu.
Care of Animals In Sum
The American bumano association pre
sents tbe following suggestions relative
to the care of animals during the heated
Provide water fresh pure water.
Think reader how you are refreshed by
a drink of cool water on a hot day. The
lower animals are equally In need of tho
eans or quencning mirsi.
The active dog renulres drink fre-
uently during the hot day as does also
be cat: and a dials of fresh water should
stand whero they can bavo access to It.
undoubtedly many a aog is driven to
madness through taokof water: and the
testimony Is that hydrophobia Is almost
unknown In those localities where dogs
can drink when they wish.
J-;vtry. city village anu country town
should be liberally supplied with drink-
ing fountains for animals and tbev
should be so constructed that even the
smallest dogs can drink from them. No
gilt to a people confers a greater pleas-
ure than a fountain and that person who
turns aside a stream from tbe Held and
gives a watering trough to the roadside
or provides a fountain at which man and
ueasi can urinK pure water is iruiy a
uive me norso irequent opportunity
to quench thirst at times wben not too
muob over-beated and before eating.
To drink freely Immediately after eat
ing prevents a favorable digestion of
Provide ahado. How Instinctively we
seek the shadow when tbe sun Is pour
ing its not rays on tne ury anu parcuing-
earth. If tbe pasture Is not provided
with shade trees In a convenient locali-
ty set four six or eight supports across
which place straw or grass and thus In
a brier time and with little labor make a
shado In which animals can rest from
the heat oi the sun to the great comfort
otmemsetves anu oeneui totneirown
Remove the barneaa from the boraea
In the hot day whenever you dealre to
?;lve tbem a full free reet and once dur-
ng the day. preferably at nlgbt. a
morougn currying anu grooming win
do about as much towarda Improving
the animal's condition aa will the oata.
Examine tho barneaa on your working
team and you will dlacover tbat blinds.
check-reins and cruppera are simply tor
turing contrivances serving no userui
nurooae. Take them all oil for the con
venience or yourseir and the comfort of
me norses. neep me stanie wen venti-
lated and free rrom the strong ammonia
wnicn is miunous to me eyes. Assist
the animals to protect themselves against
ana remember mat me care wnicn win
give comfort to the lower animals will
make tbem doubly profitable to their
owners aside rrom tbe bumane bearing
upon me subject.
American Legion of Honor.
Alamo Council No. 4C0. Legion of
Honor. A basket plonla will take place
at jnuiu-B garueo uovernmeni mil
tne evening or tne istb or August. .
companions are urgently requested to
participate. ins committee.
On tbe Way Home.
The Belknap Rifles and Excelsior
uuaraa reiurneu last nignt at iu o'clock
on a special train rrom Galveston. Tbe
rraine uuy uuarus or tveimar ana
riatonia itiues oi riatonia accompan-
ied tbem aa far as their respective towns
and as tbe train stooped to let them off.
they and tbe Belknaps were greeted
wuu ovations. Aint imar a crass Dana
greeted the train and several anvil sal-
utes were fired which were answered
br a volley from tbe rifles of the militia.
and as the train pulled out the Belknap
arum ana uie corps accompanied tne
music or tne engine Den with stirrin
At Schulenberg the train stormed for
luncbeon and the announcement tbat
tne Lone mar urowery bad tele-
graphed for free beer to be given tbe
boys along tbe line waa greeted with
cneera ana at tne l wo urotnera saloon
ohooner after schooner was downed
with a hurrah and a sandwich.
At the Sunset depot last nlgbt It
seemed as If the whole city bad turned
out to greet tbe Belknap boys and many
a poor militiaman's arm Is sore to-day
from Tumorous handshakings by bis en-
thusiastic friends. They were loaded
into carter c juuuaiy-s Dig 'ous anu es-
corieu 10 me isemnap armory.
Quartermaster James Woodson of the
San Antonio Rifles while fishing In com
pany with Ransom and Caldwell of the
Avcuiug xaper ana LIGHT caught I
man-eater shark which the latter n
tlemen wished blrn to preserve for Prof.
Jermy'a amall aquarium at San Pedro
aprlnga but "Jim" waa afraid tbe thing
"" K'". get out ana gooDie niu
some time while he was under tho wll
lows with his dulolnea and could not be
persuaded to do so. Caldwell caught a
"oroaker" but they made him throw
mat away as tney tnougni mere were
uougn oi mat sort or animal in san An
lonio already itansom was opposed
fish anyway said they drank loo mil
Iei 30 Days.
Oar 20c. Gorman Sateons at
10c. ner yard.
Oar 5c. Fancy Dress Lawns
IOOO LADIES' FANCY BORDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS AT 25 CTS. PER
ELSE AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRES.
' Onrats'Sraier Cloii
at Yoar Own Price.
Qnr Summer Goods at GreaOF
A. Kahn & Co.
CALL AT ONCE
Bacnolora and Old Maids.
And now a Bachelors and Old Maids
lenic Is to be given In a few days. None
ut confirmed old bachelors and klt-
(enlch old maids will be allowed to ac-
company the party and by this means
It Is hoped tho parsons or the city may
get n call ror a wedding. Now all don't
peak at once f or particulars apply to
Mr. "Corn" Davis.
RARE BARGAINS I
One putinriiiU W-ut Kiiicmon't?.
furiilUiro ut r.morson's.
i from tl'-i to $Vut Kuierftun'i.
Two lino pianos f "miii 1.V) -at Kuierwui'fl
All kliitln nf imislcul Initruincnti-nt Knur-
rhotOKruphcr't outfit nt Kmorsoti's.
I.nniu vnrloty of stx-oiid-baml Uwki tit
OUtUm-ft 1 .Vt-ftt Rmersoti'i.
Sew I n jr iiiacliltK's from 1 10 to f lfl-tit Knur-
Dlatiiomli at lialf their valueat Ktnernor.V
(loM watchvs at rinluccU prices at Kmer
Vatuuus at very low flu-urn at Kiucr
Shotguns a largo assort men t at Emerson'
lMstols at all pricesat Eraorson's.
keeps a muo or orerytmne;.
People to Patronize.
When you need anr lob nrin tine call
around and get prices at the Liout
Remember that Maverick's bank
pays 4 per cent on deposits. 7-Str
During Dr. Ixmry's absence at the
New York Polyclinics Dr. llarnttz will
attenu to ms practice. iw-iu
The Old Vienna restaurant has
changed bands J. O. Avellne proprle
jueaxs w cents. .-io-ii
In order that sufferers may know
that Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will al-
wavs cure them itotrianu a uo.. anu
II. 1. Fowler empbatloally say that If
the Tablets do not re'love every case of
Dyspepsia. Constipation Sour titomach
Hick Headache. Heartburn etc. thev
do not want any pay. Tbe physicians
say they are the Anest combination that
can dc louna I'nce corns.
'ANTED Six rood carpenters for InsldQ
This powder never varies. A mirvel
purity strength and wholesome nosi. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds andean
not be sad in competition with the multitudes
of low test short weight alum or phosphate
powders. Bold only In cans. Boyal Dak In
Powder Company 109 Wall street. Ksw Tork.
Ladlos. look hero 1 No preparatlon'ever dls
i Tonlo Cordial tbe great system ronovsy
II Ihocuroof tall tHsieuiva tn which lb.
nor this climate are subject suchar
rakucift debility melancholy whites falUnf
ilHiltle and vou wRi
trntluti. Only try
of tho truth of our aasertl
One nf tho flnestestabHshmonts that Ban An
tonio ir not Teia. can boast of Is the Art
(J All cry ot O. H. Mueller at 2US Commerc
int'i uvrw cnu uu utui anisi a anu araugai
nil material for
fresco and lira painting In Is ore varieties.
i ana maienai lorwaxiiow-
iortnif.il t. Mr. Mtmllfr r.
celves direct from factonoslanroshlpinentsof
twolnirrtslleuts aro a few slmnle heallnr i
inposuion or ur uosanao's
ni'g-Rists of Home tia sarsi We bay. been
Belling Dr. Klnir'B New lltsoovery necnic
ivr. nnu uucBieu B Arnica hut. for two
in. ltavo uevor handled remedies tbat seU
well or irlvn aueh unlvnraal antLfailnn.
Tliero have been some wonderful cure ef-
rocUHl by these tnodlclnoslnlhlscur. Heveral
ut pruuuunoeu oonsumpuon nave oeen
9ly cured by tbo uso of a few bottle at
luff's New Discovery taken In mnnw.
tlon with Klectrlo Itinera. We ffuarantee
thorn slwars. Sold by A. Drolss. 1
Active Pushing and Rsliabls.
A. Drelss can always be relied upon to carry
and iret a trial bottlo free.
The Beat Halve In tbe world for Cnta.
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum
Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hand
Chilblains Corns and all Bkln erup-
tions and positively cure PUea or no
pay required. It li guarantied tctglve
perfect satisfaction or money rartfirded.
lrioe 25 cents per box. For I lie by A.
The Msirop4lltan lalaan.
This ORtahll.hment. under th. manuwmi.nl
nrMflsrB.(Pmt Kerble of Han Pedro springs.
caterfoff to tho publlu taato and will leave
uuiniua uiiuuiiu w pioBBD ineir vuiiorm
patrons and friends. The very boat qualities
or wines liquors and cigar a all popular
During serious ran of whoonlna?
cough at Stillwater N. V. the physi-
cians found that Aoker'l EngUab Bern
edy was a positive cure and prescribed
it ireeiy. n e luercioro guarantee is io
euro all coughs (especially cnronlo
cases) croup asthma and oonaump-
tlon. Thla splendid remedy oan ba bad
of Ragland A Co. and B. h. Fowler
uur ivr oau auujdiu. a
All otOns Mind.
Dr. R. Wilson Carr. of Baltimore aays
be baa used Rosadalls In cases of
scrofula and other dlaeasea with muob
Dr. T. G. rugh of Baltimore reooa
mends RotadalU to all persons sojterlag
with diseased blood saying u la m pa-
rlor to any preparation he has everosed.
nay money nail oi las BaniSMSV
M. K conference south aavi fee hM
been so much benate4 by the. Me el
Rosadalls that he oaeernslly reeeet-
menda It to all frleoas and aoquelat-
ancei. irarstuorbibe for the Wbsmlv Lust
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