San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 345, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 24, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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xt Sailij Sight.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1886.
PAE WAGNER'S BAZAR
Ererrtlilnr In the Line of
WOODEN WARE WILLOW-WAKE
TINWARE BIRD CAQEi)
FANCV GOODS TOYS
LAMPS OIL STOVES
Oeneral nouse-Furnlshine floods.
Hotel Bar and Store outfit.
Headquarters os Eyerythtng we Carry.
Notbing Succeeds Like Success.
MAX SAMUELS MANAGER.
rr-OPEN ALL TUB YEA II UOL'ND.at
None but stars engaged. Now company
very two weeks. Elegant Foyer with first
olass bar attached. Go and see tbo powerful
company playing to-night. Fine orchestral
C. 6. BOELHAUWE
Sash Door and Blind Factory on Nacog-
Post-Oak Stoye Wool
Telephone No. S 1 .
Dealer In and Hep aire r of
Boots and Shoes
From 4 Alamo to 34 W. Commerce St.
Wbore he wilt be pleased Iosco atl till old
cuatoincrs al well as bis new oner.
PTSATISFACTION OUAIUNTEKD. 1141
Turner Opera Houae.
Mr. Marshall'! Japanese troupe two
ntgnts novenioer ma anu zi sionusy
ana 1 uesasy ine marvels or Mtl yean
the most novel entertainment ever In
traduced to the San Antonio public by
nine Japanese ladles gentlemen and
ohlldren Inoludlnirtbe wonder and won-
ders Little All Right lour years old;
ballancers Jugglars equilibrists and
dancers: each act a gem. Admission
reserved seats 11.00 at Sim Hart's. No.
381. Commerce street next to Bell Bros.
Gallery wo. 11-18 at
LOCAL BUSINESS NOTES.
And Othtr Interesting Itemi Qathered
Around Town by H. porters.
Don't forget tbe Lioiit Is the place
io get nm-ciaat printing aone.
A young lady desires a situation In
an oOca or store as clerk or oashler. Ad
dress "11" Ibis office. ll-lB-tf
at Ilka Nurseries Uouston street 13-tf
When vou want any nrlntlnir done
Just call around to tbe Liqiit odlce or
nog us up uy iciepuone. u-zi-tl
geVBear In mind that Frank i lleltel
keeps builders' hardware and lumber at
the International and Or 'at Kortberr
Morsran City flsh and orster denot
Oyster rooms attached open day and
night. Trevlno avenue between Main
and Military plaza's. Wholesale and re
tall. Telepnone la li-o-tm
The Hammer brand or rcadrmlxed paints
of whlnh U. II. Mueller. Commerce street. Nn
SU5 Is afent. Is tbo beat and cheapest In the
L. J. Wence delivers fine borne
made bread to all parts of tbe city as
ehean aa anyone. Families wlshlne
home made bread leave orders at 32!)
Houston street opposite Hotel M aver-
(Jbavex. Mortn A Maten have taken
oblige of tbe stock yard on South Floret
treat south ot Military plaza where
mey wiu no a commission uusiness uuy
IDE anu selling am aiuuaui biocki-w-u
For the latest styles and lowest prices In
10-fli-tr ' 0. H Moillip's Com. street.
Go to tbe Refrigerator meat marki
for fresh flsb and oysters. 11-17-tf
Tbe best meats In tbe city at the
Uefrlgerator meat market. Telephone
Wild game In any quantity at the
Bafrlcerator meat market. 11-17-tf
If yon want to buy or sell any kind
Morln A Maten South
Ty will deal sauaxe u.
RAYS OF LIGHT.
Gathered tiers and There by the Local
1 Don't Always
Crow uMlclr but I can't help It In thla ln
1 nlwaia oiler tho Irf-sl ponda nt llio
lowest rrliT. Itieri-br capturing traile awl.
'aa always" "alioai! or all ttmiMtltio:l." tloo.1
at low nirurt'i are inuiiki hi wim ami
to have no t-nual aa tu etock. variety.
polite clcrka etc
iieclal (llacoiinta t box traiu.
S31 Wcat Coinlncrco St.. and 3 and ft Wcat Com
Fine baiiKlng baskets and plant nt
Ilka Nurseries. 11-13-tf
A line assortment of pot plants at
Ilka Nurseries. 1111-11
'ant to build iro to I!. Uucnttier
architect' Information firo of Oiariru.
Forovcrvtbinir needed In tholum.
ber line call on F.J. lleltel at Inter-
national and Ureat Northern ilcimt. It
Window ahadeaj with llartaliorn's Atop
roller's (new stock) at U. II. Mueller's pnlut
Window class and mirror platen nt lowest
IffurvN. frlazlnir pnnnptljr attend.) to
In-Ill tf U. II. MUM.l.Klt'H 1'nlnt Store.
Remember that Maverick's bunk
pays 4 per cent on deposits. 7-Stf
Thanksgiving turkeys at tho Refrig
erator meat market. ll17tf
lArirct MSurtinrnt of photo s and plcturo
frames. Framing- done al price tu ilcly nmi.
petltlon.atC II. Mueller's Art store If
S.J. I'aul's Italian String band nru
prepared to furnish tntislc for ball' pur-
ties weddings etc. Address -(OH North
Flores street. h-idiiii
Oroccrs report business ns brink to
Regular Travis park concert this af
ternoon. '1 line 4 o clock.
I'rnf. I)h Jalma'a lie lie lit for Mr
Catbcart routes oil tomorrow nlulit.
Tbe Sunset nayoarcatno In and paid
the bo)s Tuesday afternoon.
The Times building Is being re
An operation nns performed on
Young Webb who was Injured while.
out riding and ho Is doing "ill.
The question Is not yet settled as In
ho makes the best corn bread n col
ored or h while cook.
Ottlcer Uowen arrested three trauma
who were asleep in railroad box cars of
tie minict lue.nay nigui.
The weiMlnirof.Mr. Ed. O Scott mid
Mist Bell Maltsberger will be celebrated
The Fashion thealiedrawsblg mull-
nces evirv nlirht to witness the splen
did entertainments given there.
Emanuel Abrahams has sold a full
carload of mince meat from his adver-
tisement In the Limit In lees than two
nartv of vnune folk enlored nn
old fashioned candy pulling at the resi
lience or nr. uraiimn nn lotutm-rce
Commissioners Hoelllnir.Boerner mid
ITinsheld the hospital steward nnd a
Kiiard have gone to Austin to leave luna
tics at tbe asjluni.
There are 08 prisoners' In the countv
Jail. Of these II aro charged with
muraer. ui course many nt tne pris-
oners belong to other counties and are
here merely lor sate keeping.
There will be a turkey roll at Mis
sion garden to-night and initiy an-
ininKing oi --roiling'' noma their
Mr. L. C. Urothaus has returned
from a shooting expedition to Corpus
Cbrlstl. He reports the ducks there are
so thick as to form a cloud.
The Two Johns" are (unions Mint It
should be understood that they do not
Impersonate Johnnie Copeland or any
other "great" men of the city.
Assistant Postmaster Walters left
for Oonzales this morning taking with
him the bodyof his deueased wife for In
terment In that city.
Lost on Tuesday black lacket
trimmed with fur. Finder suitably re-
warded by returning to No. 'Jo Uollad
Albert Richardson case for assaulting
Dick Wallace with Intent to kill comes
up In tho district court this afternoon
Mr. E. II. Madliran. advance aeent
for Louise llalfe's "Dagtuar" Co. Is In
the city making arrangements for the
appearance of hl company nt Turner
Opera House on December 1st and 2nd.
Elliott Dooley who was sent to the
jenltenllary for two years for swlnd-
Ing has been pardoned nnd will be
Flayers In thu billiard tournament
at Scholz's hall nre requested to bo on
Colonel D. D. Munro. floor walker at
Wolfton't store had a fainting tit this
morning and was conveyed home In a
The no'lee committee met this
morning to Investigate that little dill!-
eulty between Detectives Hughes and
Joe Oonzales. tbo Cuban barber.wlll
open a barber shop on South Flores
street next door to Simon Feat's saloon.
In addition to the one nt North Alamo
An oyster supper will be Klveti Fri
day evening at tin west Morales street
lor ice neiient ot tne 1 an lea .Missionary
and Aid society of the Baptist Mission
A bigh-toned gentleman Is said to
have a peculiar way of securing a flue
grey-hound belonging to another citi-
zen. He has relinquished his claim
however In favor of the owner
The list of suspensions of scholars In
ttie ; publlo school for disobedience to
the rules Is greater this ttrm than latt
term ana me discipline as a result
I. much better.
The Mlkadorlub are arranging for a
theatre puny of themselves nnd Indlea
to witness the rendition of tho Mikado
opera next Monday night.
I ho usual nraver meet ne will he
held at Travis Turk Methodist church
till evening at 7:30 o'clock. The pastor
begins a new conference year today and
would be glad to see a large attendance
of the members of the congregation nt
this evening's service. K. II. Chappell
A LimiT man visited the Lone Star
brewery this morning and found all
hands busily enganeil; one of the many
Items being the shipment of a solid car-
load of beer to Houston besides various
consignments of bottled beer lo Cali-
fornia and Arizona This shows the
popularity of Lone Star beer.
The quiet of tho starry night was
disturbed yesterilav evening by swtet
strains of mualo at 11 Mill street It be-
ing complimentary to tbe return of Mrs
Oeo. Bartholomew and children from
Baltimore where they have been spend-
ing tbe summer. "Little Joker" Is cor-
respondingly happy and a grand family
festival Is on the tapis.
L. M. McQcbee a hack driver
charged Carl Malwalt an express driver
wun careless driving ana wnu an as
r y ?! i ue says aiaiwau ran
bis boy. lie recorder will Investigate
tbo case to-morrow.
Mr. Kruegcr and MIm K. Burgencr ot
Blanco nre at the Southern.
A. J. Williams an atlorney of Floret
vlllu Is at the St. I.toimril.
MIm llulda Haueltcn Is 111 wltb den-
Mr. end Mrs Chun. Uracbnrr have
gone to Laredo on a visit.
A. It. Stevenson and Judge U. It. Jen-
nliigs of Fluresvllle are stopping at I lie
John K. MoSlullen and J. R. Wyatt
of Florravllle are rrglslrred at the St.
W. L Wllberspoon or Fort Ewcll Is
at the .southern on his way home from
The Rev. II. Harris former pastor of
the Melbodlst church at Han Marcos has
been appointed by Bishop Kh) pretld-
Ingi lder of the Sun Antonloillstrlcl and
will hereafter make his home In San An-
tonio. Itt'V. II. S. Thrall II. I). now of
this city has been reuiovid to Seguln.
The IMlik Tea given at the Casino
hull liiat night by the ladles or the Mad-
Iron Square church was well attended
being n novel entertainment or Its kind.
The receipts to be used In repairing the
church amounted 1. 1 between $300 and
$100 and the entertainment will be con-
tinued to-night. Among the booths the
l.ioiii reporter noticed the following:
First the doll editing showing come
CO dolls dressed In the height of Inshlon
with the bride nnd groom and attend-
ants the priest anil even the colored
'I he lea booth where a cup and
saucer was given to every purchaser aa
a souvenir. This wa tastefully decorated
nnd presided over by Mrs. Slajor Cres-
son nuU .Miss Nannie Stnnley.
Miss Ilutllei Miidiler's class of "will-
ing woiki rs." occupied a booth Iti one
comer where all sorts of lnoy work
wan sold. This class was quite a' feature
of the fair.
In nniither corner was the candy stand
wlitre nil kinds of ri ady made sweets
neresold by Mrs. Dr. Hahn Miss I.ul.i
.Moore Mil Mctlraw. Ml s Aubrey as
well as hot caml) Just nil t' e heater.
The apron table where aprons were
sold was tuken care of by Mr. Ilattlrld
Miss Sadie Scudder nnd Miss Stockton.
Fat cv work-Mr. W. K. Hilton Mrs.
Schryver Mrs. Ailae.
I 'op corn hot Blanch Stanley Gertie
Soup bubbles-Dave Stanley Charlie
FMi pond May Elliott.
Lemonade Charlie Van Vorst.
Cashier Mls Nettle Noyes.
In thu reception rooms of tho hall a
bountiful supper was spread which was
presided over by Mesdame. Dr. Jones
John llerir Konkle W. L. Winter Elll-
llolt Atj by and others.
Capturod In the Yard.
John Cavanaugh heard suspicious
sounds In his back yard last night and
on going nut hit luund iiinin Ills dog
who followed him downed llio man anil
then John drew his pistol urn! asked
what ho was doing. '1 he man said that
ho llttd there when John insisted upon
hit ucconipanylng him to tho police
headquarters threatening toputn bul-
let through Lit tu If lio made uny bad
brcaka The mam compiled unit both
innrehed oil John keeping a sharp look-
out on his prlsontr.
Mamie Jones disorderly $5.
(Jhna. Wood suspicious character
111 ed jr.O.
W. A. Ilrasbcar siirplclous character
1). s. Whll Held suspicious character
D S. Whltlleld carrying a pistol con-
tinued. 1'. II. Schneider drunk $5.
(. II. Hood drunk $5.
Umut Markley striking continued.
Chns. Mlllsback drunk and disorder-
Richard Barnes vagrant $5 or 10
Thos. Murphy drunk and disorderly
Morltz Qrunewald vagrant $10 or 20
Wm. Miller vagrant $10 or 20 days.
I.iinkln Locker drunk $".
Louis Smith vagrant $10 or 20 days.
At Turner hall Monday night a rare
treat was afforded San Antonio play go-
ers by tbe first appearance of Marshall's
Japanese Tourists and by their wonder-
mi leius oi sum etrengin ana enuur
ante Ihev held Die audience In contin
ued enthusiasm from beginning until
the finish. 1 he performance was some
thing new something novel and full
merit. The balancing of Slngblne
Suenetnro. with tbe ladder on which
oung Jap perforins feats of poise and
sirengiu wmie aing ueiu tne ueavy iau
der balanced on his shoulder wus excel
lent The marvelous top spinning of
iiinahii JisaKU me insierious juggling
oi wniunaue masakicui wnicn ueneu
detection as well as the boneless won
ders Uih bo a Sato Shlda Klchl and
Ukada Ichlgolu produced breutblees
amazement and prolonged uppluuse.
Little All Right but 4 tears of age was
laughable and cute and showed the
great strengtn anil endurance lie posses-
sed. Young All Right also In poising
on piled up boxes etc. called Torlh en-
thusiasm as did Miss Sunghinote Hanah
und brother In their swinging bamboo
act. Tuesday night they gave an entire
change of programme. '1 heie nre
nine In the troupe who came direct
from Japan to California. Mr. Marshall
their manager says he obtalntd them
under contract from the government
and has brought them direutly from the
l'ncltlo slope. Tonight they go to
Austin thence pluy Houston Galveston
New Orleans then Central America
South America Europe and back to
Japan in two years When tueir contract
PooTllvns Hotel. flroriroC Shoaf and V.
A llruckluir. I.ullnirt (1 W lUrnard Salilnal: a
11 Mturv rearsallt ruarlea Keller junction
illys II W Chapman I'lnu.aiitoni S ( Wrla-ht
K A M A 1' It It: W i: Vlll.crlwili. Furl
Worlhi Mln t: llilriraner and M KrUKcr
Miner. nii)imnu iinocri uouguii si'inuu:
John C Joncri. llouttout W II l-ate Ik-lesou
Mf.nokii HiiTlL. nil Kant. wiri. and t
children (lolluds II C Drew Luke. Charles. I. a;
illlot .Ino I) Aden. Ju
u Auatln; Ml
. .Mlaa .M A
Monterey: I) II t'arll. Dlmmltl Co: Aiher
!ticlninlnn Alex .Moon. iHticno: f a 1'lpe
llval.li'i lhaa Ml lor. Ilrownsrlllo Tex: Ju
llonriliueaml wife J S Mate) Auattm Kdwln
Nicholson Lai liio.
Markets by Telograpn
i.ly retried for the LldllT by R.0
r i Co. 21 Solulad alrcet.l
II. 150 1 Pi bruary 0 !ilaa '
April. V iaU70! May U.WiiU.M
i J fall Market barely steady. December e 01
DolawHro and Lackawana. 140: Northweat'
ern nuns St. Paul WiX
ClIICAnn. November 24.- Wheat-if rtellv.
erv. SIWo. Corn Mav c1nllr-rv. 42Un. Pork
Nw Yokk November 2 Oorfee Market
I Blankets Blankets. Josxs Bbou.
AN ERKOfl COnJlEOTED.
Something Father in that Rust Case-
Not the First Time a Case or
this Kind Has Been In
The Exnress of this city In Its yrtter
ay morning's Issue contains the follow-
In connection with the case of tbe
Hulled Slates vs. 100 head of mares re
cently tried In the federal court. Judge
lurmr uenvereu a lengtoy cuarge in
the Jury In which he Interpreted the
ws on importation oi biock lor oreeu-
ng purposes. As It Is the first tune
these laws havo ever been Interpreted
by a Judicial tribunal. Tbe Express
prints literal extract from tbe docu-
ment as follows for 'he benetlt of those
engaged In tho business on the Rio
'the Express Is In error on this nolnt.
In January IW Chas. J Folger Mccre
ary of the Treasury called the atten
tion of all collectors to a decision of the
United mates supreme couri;oplulon de-
livered bv Chief Justice Wane. This
case was an appeal from the United
tales circuit court tor tne uitinci or
Ine and was at follows:
Section 2503. of the Uevlietl Statutes
provides among other things that
'Animals alive specially Imported for
breeding purposes from beyond the seas
shall bo admitted free (of dul)) upon
proof thereof satisfactory to the secre
ry oi tne treasury ami unuer sucn reg-
atlons as he may prescribe. Article
3M of the Treasury Customs regulations
proviuet mat neiore a collector oumitt
ucu annnais tree ue must among omer
hlngs bo satisfied that the animals are
of superior stock adapted to Improving
tie ureeii in me uunneu states.
Jonts. the defendant In error. Imnor-
ted certain animals which were entered
at llio port or Portland. Maine and
claimed that they should be admitted
ireo as mey were specially imported for
breeding purposes The collector
though tbe Importation whs for breed-
ng purposes tiemanaeu me amies De-
ause he wat not satlslled that the anl
mala were "superior stock." The du-
ties were accordingly paid under protest
and this suit was brought to recover
litcK me amount mua paid.
On the trial the court Instructed the
Jury that under the statute animals.
whether or interior or superior stock tr
n laci importeu specialty ior oreeuing
purposes are entitled to bo admitted
Ireo of duty and that the law does not
give to the secretary of the treasury
power to prcscrtDe in tne regulations
what clastes of animals Imported for
breeding purposes shall be admitted free
of duty. To tbls Instruction an excep-
tion was taken. Tbe Jury returned a
verdict against tbe collector upon
which Judgment was rendered. To re-
verse that Judgment this writ of error
Chief Justice Wane then alliens rea
son for hit decision which wat "The
Judgment of the circuit court Is af-
Upon tblt deolslon Secretary Folger
untitles his colli ctors that they must
confirm tbelr action to tbe decision of
In tbe tariff regulations of 1833. after
his order wat promulgated the expret-
slon "from beyond teas." was omitted
irom tne regulations anu mis decision of
the supremo court covera importations
from Mexico as well at from Europe.
llio supreme court naa established
he fact that treasury regulations cannot
over-ride the enactments ot congress.
I lie uiitiorm ruling of tne treasury de-
partment tor sixteen years was cited In
an article reviewing this Rust case last
week and need nut now be cited. The
case has been before the sunreme oourt
of the United Stntes from Maine and
may yet reacn mat tribunal irom ine
A Horrible Form
t malarial dltoaso Is dumbairue. Constant
ilroHsiiiu.s. sleep interrupted nv
oded by u eouauuiiior heat and that by an
;haustlliir sweat. A scusatlon as or nuinh-
.s. troui cold but no shaking attenditt.
oati tier's Stomach Hitter tnv.rlably eradl-
.tei. It thouirli It I. tho mrt obmlnato form
Uilasuia-Oorn macano. to cull'iuer It wltn
to battle do
r every kind
if Hi. liver a f ct cvtnco by the sallron lint
hlssvmntoin. as well as for Its causes. I
llltters Is a certain remedy Conatlnatli
ocusla. rneumat sm. and Inactivity or the
One fine American horse. 10 hands
high about 7 years old drives single or
double guaranteed gentle. Also one
goou top Duggy anu one sec oi single
harness will be sold at auction Tb u ra
ti y December 2. at 10 o'clock a. tu. at
Colton & Bolton's. Auction bouse Nos.
2 4 G. S and 10 West Houston street. 2t
Instock tho best rikhIs t
cured the agency for thu celebrated lir.
iJiRcovcrj- ior uonnumpin
and get a trial bottle- free. 1
Notice to the Pi bllo.
We. the undersigned will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted under
our names. M. Eckknjioth
11-22-0 1 W. KCKLNltOTH.
Mr. Julius Iteiner has assumed the
practical inanagfrnent of Dr. Jones'
store formerly Harry Fowlers at No. 14
nvflt nou-iiou street where ne win Le
pleated to see all bis friends. None but
pure urugs uisoenseo. n-itim
The Best Halve in the world for Cuts
IlruUee Sores. Ulcers Halt Kbeum
Chilblains 6orns ami all Bkln Krup
lions anu positively cures i iiea or
pay required. It la guaranteed to glvo
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Wlce 45 cents per box. For uleby A.
r'eea' . v
ii n nl whooping count
and prescribed it freely. Wo therefore Kuar-
mi too It to cure all courIis (especially chronic
rates) roup asthma and consumption. This
splendid remedy can be had of Haiti and &Co.
uraxentslortfan Atnonio Teaxs. 4
Cough llaltmm called Oh. Malis IUlhau
rott tub LUtsas and In almost evory caso
throughout my practlco I ha had success. I
rlien I was surgeon of Hospital No. 1 Louis-
nanity) stands prominent and i
dlvlduals possessed of
buying "Cure-Alls" remedies purporting to
cure "all tbe Ills which tiesh Is heir to" and
to purchase onlr such remedies as aro reliable
s peel Bos for cortaln classes of disease. For
Instance what man endowed witb reason
would think ot buying a cough medicine to
cure syphillsf Yet there are hundreds of
'nostrum.' thrust upon us dally witb suob
claims. The manufacturers of Acker's Blood
Kllxlr do not claim that It will cure every-
thing but poBltlvoly guarantee it to cure all
la etc Tbe well-known and reliable firm ol
uagiana (jo. no. o cast commerce iireei
Ban Antonio Tex. aro stents for the remedy
Three women now occupying a house
on upper San Pedro avenue right In the
neari oi tne resiuence ponton wnioo it
becoming very obnoxious to the quiet
peoplo about there who complain that
thebotise Is full of men every evening.
some of whom aro Main street and Mili
tary merchants and dudet who
como In hackt at all noun of
tbe night. The women are noisy and
on last Friday a disgraceful tcene oc-
curred on the street In front of tbe
bouse one of the women running out
after a young man crying at him and
threatening lo shoot him with a pistol.
tbo held In her band. The neighbors
are threatening a prosecution against
them and the owner of the house unless
Fined One Dollar.
Heurr Schumann anneared at the bar
or tbe district court ytsterday toantwer
the oharge ot negligent homicide. The
accused It will be remembered while
orking at iiodemann't drug store gave
man named Sullivan two ounces of
ohloral hydrate In mistake tor epsom
sails from which cause Sullivan died.
The Jury found the accused guilty and
sentenced him to pay a Hoe or $1 and
There will be Thanksgiving services
tomorrow nt 11 o'clock a. in. In the
Cumberland Presbyterian church Sole-
dad street. The services will consist of
a Thanksgiving termon Thanksgiving
music eio. aii are invuen. -r-nter
Into Hit gatet wltb Thanksgiving and
Into Hit court! wltb praise: be thankful
unto him and bleu bit name."
The Tlmet-Democrat of New Or-
leant.glvet May Maurle a bard write-up
and tayt they called ber tbe "Diamond
Queen" there becaute the wore $10000
wort u oi i ne same to uecorste nerseii.
Morrow.'.her victim had II0J5 In oath
when hecamo to San Antonio after ber
which he borrowed from hit fellow clerks
In tbe railway ofllce In New Orleans
Mr. James M. Meant travelling cut-
senger agent for the Piedmont Air It at
the Mayerlck hotel.
A lint-elan coachman and general
service man In a private family ltocom-
menuation required none man pre-
ferred. Apply room No. 1 over Joe
Meny't saloon. ll-22-3t
When tho blood becomes poisoned or over-
charged with waato-maiter It begins to purify
ead of going around with your
take. Acker s Illnod Kllxlr which thoroughly
cleanses tho blood and rids the system of all
ltaglahd it Co. agents San Anto-
Grand Thanksgiving Matinee at Turner
Prince de Jelma and 10 star artists.
Popular prices 15 23 and CO centa.
Matinee at 2:30 and night at 8:15 p. m.
November 25. A grand time for the
ladles and children come.
Tbls powder never varies. A marvel of
purity strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds and can
not be so d In competition wltb tbe multitudes
of low test short weight alum or phosphate
powdsrs. Bold only In cans. Royal Daklog
Po fer Ct ixtpny Kfl WaP r reet Now York
Proposals In Quartermaster's Stores.
llKADQt-'AHTcna Dkpaiimknt or Texas
OtHce of Chief Quartermaster
Hon Antonio Texas Nov. '1886.
SEALKI) PKOPOSALS in duplicate will bo
received at San Antonio depot until 10
o'clock a. m. December 3. lww at wbtch time
and place they will bo opened In the presence
of attendlnir bidders for furnlshlmr Kanircs.
Karth Cloncts Hardware Stationery Cement.
Lumber Buck-board etc all to be of the best
nlirr as mav tie dp I red In Kan Antonio. Tex.
The govcrment reserves the right to reject
any and all bids to accept a portion only of
the articles hid and to walvo defects.
Preference given to articles ef domestlo pro-
duction and manufacture and such prefer-
ence will be given to articles of Amorlcan pro-
ductfon produced on the l'aclflo coast to tre
extent of the consumption required by tbe
by Captain John Simpson Xsslstant Quarter
master ran Anxonio ucpui. io wnum pruposaii
11- 23 St Quartermaster U.B. A..
12- -1 1 Chief Quartermaster.
EMERSON'S PICTURE GALLERY
If this Gentleman should get
hard up he would go to J M
Emerson for assistance as Emer
son's is the best place in Texas to
get money or spend it. Next to
thoOourt-houso San Antonio
In tho correct vord to describe the condition of onr competitors
lint no matter who Is hurt we will movo on In tho oven tenor of
onr woy CUTTING DOWN HIGH 1'JtIOES RIGHT nnd LEFT.
This week's SPECIAL DRIVES will be offered In Cloaks Jackets Blankets Flan
nels Fancy Dress Goods and Millinery at
G. B. FRANK'S.
HEAD WHAT WK OFFKIt ft) 11 NEXT
50 pieces Ladies' Cloth 54 Inches
wide newest styles.
50 pieces Tricot same width 85c.
150 pieces Colored Cashmere and
150 pieces Fancy Dress Goods all
OUR ADVICE TO GENTS
Who contemplato buying a nice Cliristmns Trcscnt for a Lady or
Miss: They should not fall to call aud look at our lino of ClonkB
Dolmans Circulars Ilavorlocks and Jnckcts. Wo also carry a
One lino of GENTS' OVKKOOATS Just tho thing for ladles to
surprise their husbands with one of our
Handsome $10 Overcoats!
Don't miss this opportunity but call and
monoay ana tne Balance oi tne neea.
G. B. PRANK'S
31 and 33
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR.. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center wltb best accommodations. H I)
All work left witb us will receive prompt
attention. Estimates furnished cheerfully.
Leavo orders at M South Alamo street.
FALL IN WINTER GOODS!
Dry Gooils Notions Boots and Slioes
CLOTHING HATS ETC. ETC.
HALF THEIR VALUE.
As these goods were bought at the great and
well-known Bankrupt Sale of Ticker Bagg & Co.
of New York City and in order to introduce our
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES AND BARGAINS we will
present you for each and every dollar's worth of
goods purchased from us one ticket to our Grand
and Second Annual Christmas Donations which
consist of the following beautiful and useful
List of Prizes :
FIRST PRIZE ----- MADAME RAPULSKY
Tblt Is a very line and large Doll playing tbe plana. Tbere Is no other In America
SECOND PRIZE - -- -- -- - BEBE BRUN
Come and look at btr.
THIRD PRIZE. ELEGANT PAIR OIL PAINTINGS
FOURTH PRIZE ----- ONE OIL PAINTING
The Battle of Trafalgar Naval engagement In tbe India Sea.
A. KAHN & CO.
N. W. Corner Main Plaza and
100 dozen Ladles' and Misses' Felt
Hats all new styles.and colors
at 75c. each sold at $1.25 to
50 doz. TrimmcdHats andBonnets
all latest productions at hall
secure some ol the bargains we offer for
31 and 33
c( Cor. Commerce A Alamo Sts.. over
Wolff A Marx Fan Antonio Tel.
Plans ipoct 11 cations and all Information
desired by thoso contemplating to build fur-
ELEGANT VELVET RUG
Acequia St SanAntonio Texas
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