The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 10, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
TUESDAY APltIL 10 1883.
Tho llrockway Sociable.
Mr. nnd Mr. Ilrockwnr cntortalnod their
frlends'last evening at n soclablo at tholr resi-
dence on South street. There was a vory large
attendance of friends and a very cujoyablo
ovcnlng was spent.
Tho liaitT extracts tho followlnir from tho
Express and labels It as a Joke for fear that
the roadcrs may not appreciate tho subtlllty of
tho wit: "After thodark day in Egypt came
the Israel-light; but after the dink day of tho
Evonlng Llglit came tho San Antonio Liuiit."
The Jolly Six.
A party of Jovial ladies calling themsolvcs
the Jolly Sir liavo served Mr. Charles Mullaly
wlth notice that they Intend "putting a Job up
on him" In return lor services rendered to ono
of tho party. Mr. Mullsly snys ho will takocs-
peclal euro thut tho fair ones nro not successful
fn tholr uudoitakliig
Why Not Get it I-ot?
Marcus Struvo will shortly nilllo a Huo lot
valued at from $150 to$2M) on (lovernment
Illll at his Baloon on Houston street. Tho
chances are only $1. and those who wlt.li to par-
tlclltato shoulil make early application as they
are being tuken rapidly. The winner will buve
a clear tltlo.
A now band has boon formed and Is now rc-
hoarslnif forappoarancc at sociables. Tho In-
struments to bo used aro piano Mr. Ilium;
vlolttu Mr. Ilozlos Morris; xylophono Mr. Jake
Zluiraerniann; tambourlno Mr. Aaron Koo-
nlgshorgor; Jowsharp Mr. Alllc l nuiu. Tho
baud Is reported us progressing favorably.
Tho usual Bpnnir session of tho Presbytery of
Western Texas will bo opened In tho First
Presbyterian church on North Floros struct
at 8 o'clock on Wednesday night when tho
ltov. Joseph Johnson of Victoria Texas will
preach. Tho session will hist during tho whole
of tho week during which thoro will bo preach-
ing nightly at tho church.
Hotel Walter Handle Kovolver.
A dldn't-know-lt-was-loadcd revolver badly
frightened a number of waiters In their aleop-
lntf apartment at tbo Hotel Maverick last night.
George Parker was examining It when a cart-
ridge oxploded and n ball stung Isaac Scaifo's
right hip. Bcalfo thought ho was mortally
wounded but when examined but a skin-deep
wouud was discovered.
Tbc caso of tho State of Toxas vs. Mm. A.
0. Mlhstcad for falso swearing was tried yes-
terday afternoon nnd tho defendant acquitted.
Tho Stato of Texas vs. A. 0. Mllstoad hus-
band of tho former accused Is on trial now.
Tho action H for lalse swearing. The Jury ure
listening with patience to seemingly lengthy
Stopping tho Mulls.
Clcmentio Hodrlguez was on trial In tho Fed-
eral court this morning forstopplng tho United
States mall. It seems that Hodrlguez who Is
qultoaboy or some of his companions fired
at tho Austin train and tho mall was thereby
delayed. It being shown clearly that UoU-
rlgucz llrcd tho shot bo only was placed upon
trial the other persons Implicated being ic-
The Marshal nnd the Schoolmaster.
Tho books bolonglng to tho Alamo Literary
society wcro this morning being removed from
tho School Superintendent's "nice to the res'.
denco of ColonelT. 0. Williams for storage
.! ir.unr Itntn was reuiovlmr to o 111 CO No.
SI In tho French buildlnir. Tho .Marshal Hal
Gosling 1" to occupy me ouice io.m now va-
cated by Professor llote.
This morning at 8 o'clock Mr. Patrick Henry
Leo was united In marrlago to Miss Mary
llrown. in the Herman Catholic church llev
Father John Krlseh oniclatlng. The bride
looked charming and was attired In a beauti-
ful bluo satin dress trimmed with satin or a
darker shade and relieved by whlto l.tco uud
llowcrs. She also woro the usual bridal wreath
uud veil. Tho happy couplo intend to rcsldo In
Cnttle Stealing -Probable Lynching.
Judgu Liingston who lives at ltnsavllle bad
hla rattle stolen some time ago. In a letter re
ceived this morning he has had Information
that they are In the hands of tho Uangers and
i..r.V.. i In imiture. Within the liust few
weeks upwards of WO head of cattle i havo boon
stolen In tho vicinity of Jlobsvlllfr. Particulars
aro dlllicult to no ouuiiiicu. um. "
.Lynch haasoinetniiig to im "
Yesterday morniug at 7 a. m. .Mr. C. C. John
son foreman of tho Limit ofllco commenced
removing tho largo Campbell press upon which
the I.IOIIT It printed from tho old LinilTolllce
on Commcrco street to tho now odlco on Hast
Commcrco strtet adloliilng tho hrelo Pres?o
oinco Ity 11 o'clock on tho muiio morning the
. .. i .f mil' heeii lomovod and sot uu In
its new position but was at work printliig tho
Insldo of yesterday's paper. Considering that
tho heavy roachluo had to bo tuken to pieces
removed and then set again tho work has been
Uono m rcmarauiuy ijuiuik uun
Knlchts of l'ythlaa Picnic
At the meeting of the committees of Knights
of Pythias on picnic last night llnal arrange
ments were completed nnu mo occasion promi
oa to bo an cnjoynblo one. Each person re
oelvlngnnluvltatlnn is requested to present
tho samo at tho Springs to lleceptlon commlt-
teo which committee will present beuror
and lady with a ribbon badge and refreshment
ticket J ne umir i" ""'"":.
net at 10 u ciock. 4iu" i
d es that will ussoinum uim . wran ..i um
ton nnd Soledad Btreet at 8ii'clnck will Ilnd tin
r:...ii1.nf Mmm. Carter tc Mul air In wa II
lng to tranpport them to tho grounds. Nn
....t. win iKiiillnw.'il tnilancn w thout badge.
in I no badge glvon except on pre;enliitl in of
The Commlnliwiers In session.
Tho regular session of tbo County Commls
doners' court was held yesterday County
Judgo Mason presided and Commlsjloncrs
Hoetlling Ilrailen Jones and Ouergln were
nepor't of 8"Pormten I'L''!Jnr fljSHif;
month of March o'f t373 88.
11 IDIIU mvvwm... .u. ...i.
tho'Po"coof preolnctNo. 4 vice John Hour-
11. w. Topjicrwuni. w""i" "i "
r...i. nt Sinoo each of the Gaheston.
IlarrUtiurg nnd San Antonio ranwuy ui)niy
Tho potltlon of William Zeigler. allowing
ulm SSHinmithwiiBiipiiroVOfl. c
The CointnUlonors grantid the Sheilff's
Theoourtadjourued to next Monday.
BOLDIEKS TO OO HI III) HUNTING.
llrlgadler Ooiiernl Augur Says the I'rmo-
ttce Is lleneflclitl-Mllltary Orders.
Leave of absence for ono month to tako
effect May 1 1883 with permission to apply to
tho Adjutant General of tho army through
division hoadiiuartors for an oxtonilou of
three months Is granted Chaplain F. II. Wea-
ver Tenth cavalry. (Fort Davis Texas.)
Captain J. M. Lancaster Third artillery Is
detailed as an additional mombor of tbo board
of odlcors appointed from headquarters.
llccrults Thomas Allen and George Ashton
enllstod by tho recruiting officer at San Anto-
nio Toxas are assigned to company IC Nine-
The fnllnwlnir changes In station of trnoDa of
tho Eighth cavalry aro ordered :
Troon A la relieved from duty at Fort Clark.
Toxas and will proceed to Fort Molntosh
Texas and take station thereat.
Upon arrival of Troop A at Fort Mcintosh
Troop F will bo relieved from duty nt that
post nnu procoeu to iort Ulnrtf ami taito sta-
Tho troop will march to thelrrcspcctlvo des-
tinations and. to that end tho post transporta-
tion at Fort Clark will bo used.
Troop II Is relieved from duty at Fort Dun-
ran Texas nnd will proceed to rort Clark
Texas and take station thereat.
upon arrival or troop it at rort uurk troop
L will bo relieved from duty nt that post nnd
firoeeod to Fort Duncan and take station
Tho troops will inarch to their respective des-
tinations and to thntond tho post trunsportav
tlou at Fort Duncan will bo used
. The fort v-elL'ht Snrlnullcld brench-loadlnir
hot-guns with outfits received at the San
Antonio urseiiRi win as coutcinniatcu uy tno
War department tie Imued to the following
troops and battery -two guns nnd two outllM
to eacn : Kigntn cavalry troops a ii v u v.
V (1 II I K L 11; mill cavulrr troops A 11
(!. I). 11. F. (1. II. I. K. L. M-lL'i.ld urtlllorv.
light battery F-l; total 2t.
i Tbo arms und outfits aro for uso In hunting
birds aud anything 'hat will coiitributo to the
comfort of the commands uud Increase skill
in quiet Biiooiiug.
Tlio ammunition lu tlio respective outfits Is
me year's sunnly : and no more can bo fur
nished within that time.
Second Lieutenant U.T. Hartlott 3d artillery
is authorized to purchase uu uuasilgncd caval-
(.apiain uoorge ii. uusscu utti inraiitry de-
partment Inspector Is ainouueed on duty ro-
pjiring nun to no mounteu.
surgeon w. n. uaruuer army is uu-
linrlzud to ourcbuso an iinasslirned cnvulrv
Itecrult James Cox lato sergeant troop L
10th cavalry rc-enllsted by the rccrultlnir otll-
corat Foil Davis Texas is assigned to troop
QUIT l'OK UVK.
That Is the Ultimatum tlio Anonymous
Letter Writer Gavo Ills Correspondent.
Tho caso of Theodore Stoubblng charged
with sending threatening nnd obscono letters
to Mr. L. Frank was resumed yesterday after-
noon when Mr. W. W. Walling as au oxport
gavo testimony to the effect that ho bollovod
tho siieclmcns produced of Steubblng's hand-
writing nnd that of tbo anonymous letter woro
one and tho samo. Tho ease was continued
until this morning when Stoubblng was
plHccd under a SHlv bond.
Tho licensed Is a German acred 27. niul tnnn
Industrious man. He was formerly employed
by Mr. Franks tho prosecutor but has recent
ly starteu uiixincss upon ins own account.
The text of the letter upon which tlio prose-
cution is based Is as follows :
San Antonio April 1st 18S3.
Mr. L. Frank you
Wo will glvo you a good advice. It you don't
ult tho saddler huslnoeH inside of twoortliree
months you will be In tho same tlx as Il.Swartz
you will bo cut to pieces. You havo no busi-
ness In tho saddler you don't no nothing about
tho buh'eness only nut down nrlces and client.
nnd Ho swindle every bodily yen go back at you
mu ury gouus nuisiicss aim men you won t no
hurt. ou what iimko you sell an old
woman when sho iwkd j ou Is this Itamsys shop
vest lion von sold her a mean muldln hu
ll good one then the saddle camo to Itamsay's
shop und got curbed for thnt saddle: then was
said that don't come from this shop that's
Frank s stur; then tno sauuio was placed In
your shop and the fellow says did you sell that
auuio to my inotiier; iiiun t sue ask you is this
Itamsay's shop; you Mild of; then you Bald well
your goods with out llelng quit nt onco or you
Mr. Thomas Abbot has received a letter In
I bo same handwriting which reads as lollnwa:
PAN ANTONIO April I IbKI.
Mr. Thomas Abbott :
If you don't want to havo your brad busted
and you want to bo killed you bettor Quit the
Saddler you are n hocmako and ynu ought to
stay with your part and If you don't sell out lu
ihreo months that s nil tlie time wo glvo you
you been giving away goods long enough. Its
Ihebwt for von uud our family If vnu milt
wo Know now you cull sen a saiiuin cneapT
i nun wu urn m juj hiit rent aim wo uout want
to work for nothing there Is some more got to
go back to their Dry Goods business or thoy
will have thoro hash settled some uiirht liefore
or iiiree iiiouius your iricnu.
noiuu yun rou i.ifE.
A Mexican named Estabnn Castro Car
deuas died yesterday In the First ward.
Tbo Council of the Ilrltlsh association meet
to-nignt at a o ciock in Holland s ten store.
- Mr. 1). Campbell was man led this morning
In St. Mary's church during tho first mass to
.in.'s u lionneii.
Tho mall on
nollus Miller and Leopold Hupiioi tz wcro eon
turned yesterday in the l edorul court
Tliero Is no truth lu tho statement mado In
tho Detroit Free Press that Kmmn Abbot is to
appear in tins city uunng the coming wouk
Scnor Corneho Gonzales tins it license to
marry Sctiora Jacobn Alarcan: W. Auirust
Vanilerstmttaii has also a liconso to marry illbs
Arthur Woyorman who win nr'cstcd for
miming me man in the Laredo l'ostoltlcu tin
sentenced In the Fedoral coui t yesterday to 0
Mr. Nette yesterday oxtntclcd two tnpo
worms of tho species known as loinbrl. soll-
tnrl-i Irom n resident of tho Siilado. Tho sclon-
tuic name is oviucntiy a misnomer
-Tho Lioiit acknowledges tlio receipt of an
Invlf atlm Ui attend tho complimentary ball and
t . tho It. L. yniild CoZmntoy on
ui'iuet to tho 11. I. Gnind Comiuandery of
viisand vl'lllngSIr Knights to lm given In
io Casino on Prldiiy evening April 20.
- The meeting of the Alamo I.iternrviinxlntv
to consiuer tno umaigamation with the San
Antonio Literary and Delmtltup mu'li.ti- wna
considered favorable to tho project but as'
some memicrs were unavoidably uoscntscttlo-
A Thorny Itoae
When Mr. II. H. Hoso was urrcsted for de-
fraudlngMr. T. W Howard ho was released
. l r- .1 i .
j upon giving an order fc r tho nmount duo upon
I u HeiiiiDinuH hi "lieu mo person roierieiito
rofuses to acknowledge the order and us
roruses to acknowleilgo the order and us'i re-
ml. Mr.T. W Ilnwnwl la .tin mir ii
it Estate I aim that tho Ilohemlum club or
tiilrfund itius od to him. TMsho ha" not
' . p and he hasoii.ltled to p..y the funds to
th o'ubt.r Itsoilioets. As a rosult of tlilr. the
i n ir'ini in emu tins apparently becomo dlsor-
TO TLEASR THE LADIKS.
Some Notes of Current Styles and Fash-
ions that Cannot Full to bo
Opportunities Presented In San Anton
for the Good and Kcononilcal Dress-
ing of tho Fair.
Tho Importance of dress to tho fair box Is nn
admitted fact and In theso daya It Is equally
Important that u lady bo dressed not only well
but us cheaply as circumstances will admit.
To meet theso demands Is the aim of Messrs.
8. Miucr& Sous nnd those who visit their
handsome storo nt the cornor of Commerce
and Navarro streets will tlnd all that thoy re-
quire at prices thnt will Bull their purses.
Dining tho week Messrs. S. Mayor Sc Sons In-
tend offering tho following articles at such
prices aa cannot fall to command n rendy sale
und thoso who need them are advised
TO 11AKK AN KAUI.V CALL
as when they ure sold thoy cannot bo dupli-
cated at anything like the low llguro ut which
thoy are now oirorod.
for ladles and children of good quality will bo
offeied nt from 10 to tt) cent A per pair. These
are worth from 25 to 75 ccuU per pair and aro
L1NKN OAUIIIUO HANIWKItCIIIEFH
line! quality all pure linen at from G to GO cents
which cannot bo purchased regularly for
FICHUS AND NF.CKWKAIl.
A beautiful assortment of ties tlschus col-
lurottcs. In all styles und shapes ol tho newest
patterns nt from 3e to iU upleco. For vurlety
style und quality they cannot be sin passed.
In hand bags satchels leather and shop bags
n various assortment Is offered at GO cents on
tho SI oir tho usual prices iiuduii excellent op-
portunity Is presented for obtutnlug articles of
A new lino of parasols will then bo opened.
ThcM) nro fresh and new anil In all tho admired
styles uud will bo sold ut prices varying from
cents to $!. A lino brocade silk parasol will
bo oltcred at $3 whilst an extra large twill silk
parusol will bo attainable lor S3 GO.
The ladles' underwear department Is woll
Ltocked with goods suitable lor all persons of
my Position. Thcvdruw linrtleulur attention
to chemises which nro marked 40 cents GO
cciiis. ..) cents unu si.wmcu cuunoi do oquaiiou
nt tho price.
lire offered at GO cents and upwurds uud gowns
ut uu miugitiaDio prices in corsets uxierieneo
mis luugut luem
WIIATTHE LAIHES WANT
and thoy have tho brands thnt aro sought for
and approved by general wear in thu Northern
cities lucre is tno
tho noted "Automatlquc" tho Dlagraphlc tho
iiumuoo aim tuo eeicuratnu i arner corsets.
Ladles should see theso uud examine their re
LINKNd AND WIIITK 0001)9.
A good lino of linens and tnwellnirs can bo
Fccurcd. They take prldo lu their assortment
which Is unequalled lu price and quality. All
linen towels or sunerlor una Itv aro sold us low
us $1.25 per dozen. They can tit upuliout.ehold
Kiicnen or oar-room witu ineso articles ut sucu
n price us cannot lull to be satisfactory to the
Tablo cloths of all dualities und oattcrns. In
cluding tbo celebrated silver-bordered Turkey
Curtatnlngs of all kinds and uualltlea aro now
on exhibition Including lace Nottingham
embroidered und tuped luce curtulus uud aro
marked at low Ilgurcs. Everything obtuln-
nblo In a good linen house will bp found
TIIKHI'ECIAI ATl'lt ACTIONS
which Messrs. S. Mayer & Sons offer to tho cus-
tomers during tho week but they draw atten-
tion to their largo and elegant stock of .
CIIIUIHEN'S MISSr.3 AND LADIES IlltESSES
which uro of u desirable character und their
lolieianu ill-ess sacqucs 01 all qualities unsur-
passed in tholr lluo ut prices that will suit uli.
lu the dress goods department will bo found
silk NatliiB trimmings white goods; also lacing
ilbbons Illusions uud ruchiugs lu prices and
styles suitable for all.
una important icuiuro or tins esuuiiicmncnt
should be borno lu mind. The house Is dully
receiving new goods lu nit lines us thoy appear
in tlio market This week thov exnect thu In.
voice of new dress goods of u very tine charac-
ter and their buyer reports that bo Is for
warding elegant organdies in the latest summer
DAILY WAITINO THE AltltlVAL
of tlio now French Pattern hats which will be
shipped to them Immediately on their urrival
In conversation with n Lioiit rooorter this
morning Mr. Mayer Inl'niined him that their
business had exceeded the firm's most sanguine
expeciiuions. incir customers aro pleased u.i-
cause they bavu only one price lor all and
treat all customers with civility. Wo intend
to do all we cuu to supply thu iiubllo wuuts lu
our especial line anil to do what we cuu to
merit ptioiio approbation.
One Lot HO Ewes.
.. .. 7.5 ..
" " 825 "
" ' 1IKIU "
" " 1500 "
" " lbOU "
" " :2i)0 Ewtsaud Weatherj.
" " 1300 Muttons.
CIIAI10T MOSS St CO.
WOOL COMMISSION UOUSIC
Wo aro prepared to rocolve Wool on consign-
iuuiii luuaiug xjiuurui Auvancoiucuta on same.
CHAI10T MOSS Sc CO.
-ll-tf San Antonio Toxas.
If you want to buy good gold and silver
wiiicnoscuaiiis uuu jewelry cheap goto tho
Trustees wiles. No. 221 Commcrco street.
Good bricklayers wanted. Apply at F. Kal-
kuycr cons quinary jiinzu. it.
75 blue flannel suits at SO GO.
4-10-2W S. Deuthcii Sc Co.
Bon'' AInm(? "'
i ' " OHV0iHeo
Go to G. II. H
Hiillinway's Cuinp Yard south
I eaot corner Washington snuare. Feed ami
grecery store conneotou with yard. 4-10-yt
For flnn fresh giocerlcs jou mint call at the
v'ty urocory storo aj cotiimi 'ep itreot.
Gents' Philadelphia custom hnes at H.
1-10-2W S. DEUT8C1I Sc CO.
in UHII lUUl'IVQU 11L U1IUUII H inill SlOrt
iiXv- i Ti.VL . UT " castors ico
P teller butters tea seta trlplo and quadrut) a
plate nt 221 Commerce stroot Trustees Bule.
Flip Hnirnm ulli-nr nlnln.l l.il.u..l r.v.
En(1Jrl''r l)!."1'.uilnl ru"J!i A"vcl' llul I'1
wnr0 K "ltees sale 221 Commerce st
( . 4'R-1
The beslWJxcut. British Book at
-lU-2w U. DUT8CU & Co.'fl.
DOWN GO OUR PRICES!
In order to make room for a Largo Spring Stock now being selected In Now York wo havo
PIEDTJOEID PRICES !
On many1 of ourgoods and the publlo Is only asked to call and scco us to bo satisfied that
All our dopartmcnta tiro complotc and you
J. JOSKE&SONS :
Wliut do You Think of It Stranger
J. M. EinnrRnn fa tlin titnnt-foft- nf Thmn
No. 12 Soledad street whero you can always get bargains as' ho keeps n Loan Office and deals
In everything from n Fine Diamond to a pupcr of Pins.
Under tho able manuirement of Mil. PAIIIf
llr"t-elass nianufacturlng Jewolcriind rngnivcr
...... ........0 " HUMuini uiunuiumi
A. A. WOLFF
Commerce Street San Antonio Texas.
Our llnolsnbout three times as largo as be-
fore Wo havo made overy effort to make this
one of our most popular departments. Look
at ourGOc. OJc. and $1 chemises. Skirt with
cambric rufllo tucked at 05o. 7Gc 51 $1 2! up
to glO apleco. Gowns nt B-'c. ditto trimmed
with embroidery 51 and 1 2G.
Forladlos misses and children hlgh-nockod
and long sleovcs high neck und short nloeves
low neck and short sleovcs.
Enibrolrtories suirt Luces.
The largost stock In tho city at prlcos that
ares.) per cent cheaper than others sell tbnm.
Flno lino of Moueiiuotalro nnd Hook Llslo
Thread iindTallcbiGlovei;nll Iho now shades.
Some oxtru lino elbow mitts tho Castor Mous-
luotulro und all kinds of kids.
Hoso from 10c. no to fti n im.r. r i... i.
ways made this ono of our host department.
It Is positively better this season thau I e fore.
Finest Trunks in tlie City.
! V....I. Il. I. ...I . - . "
m iu us Ditatiitu miming iorii
All elegant lino of Udles' und Cliildren's Neckwear LjmsJulo Cambric jurd
wide ut MM cents por yuril ; Langtry Dress Lawns 20 yards for $1.
All widths and shudcH of Ottomun Itibbons 1'C por cent
chcupcr than unywhero olso.
eIiE;am' like of ma's veiling at 25 crs. a yabd.
An Ulegant Line Fiincy Dress GIiigauiB nt 10 uud J2 cents.
Tho well known brand Fruit of the Loom yurd wide 11 lnta per yurd.
Corner V. Com-
quia Streets. I
THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES
At SIMON MOllltlH' to show tho public tho latest stylos of OKNTS. YOUTHS' AMD
CHILDUBN'S CLOTHING. Also tho most olegunt und complete fllnei of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown In this city hoth In stylo and prlco.
Co ue and convince yourself STUICTLV ONIU'itlOE ONLY. No trouble tokbow goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street
i mi i n i n i ii v
Ji UUOtlU UU lib lllUi
D. (iuasso nicrchmit Tailor.
liT'Oonts' clothing repalreil und rcnovuted
promptly and at reasonable charges. Address
Main Plaza near French building San Antonio.
If you want tollable information ubout
Mexico goto NtaTcngg bookseller Common u
street and purchase the llepubllo of Mexico In
m82 with the best map of our sister Kopubllc
all for S3 W per copy. . 1 0-tf
can have a largo assortment to select from.
: : ALAMO PLAZA.
COME TO STAT!
IN ONE TOWN !
What do You Think oi It Citizen
1?ainl.llal..nn..t in- xrAl.. t7ani.it.i.. . i .
LOAN OFFICE '
Dill.' Io ..r..i.. iin-i'- n i in nm.
- probaldy tho best cngruvor lu San Antonio.
uuouiesa. jur. liinerson 8
Styles for all; prices ranging from 25c. to
810 00 a pair.
KIcgant assortment all now goods Btyllsh
Table Linens Towels
Napkins and Housefuniishlng goods. Ours Is
by all moans the best stock in tho city. Our
reputation for keeping best linens will bo found
verified In every particular. Our trade in this
department Is increasing wonderfully.
Silks Satins Dress Goods.
Largo stock low prices. We nro offering all
silk Grenadines worth $1 25 at 0o.
Head y-Mado Dresses
For ladles misses and children. Chlldrens
whlto slips with two rows or Inserting ut Wo.
Infants white dresses trimmed ut 75c.
Wo keep nbout20 different styles Including
some very well known bmnds-tho celebrated
C. P. colored corsets tho WO-bone. tho Stout
Ladles Corset misses uud chlldrcds' corsets
Biimmor corsets nursing corsets.
A. KAHN & CO.'S
Is Whero Vou Qui Get Tho
- - - San Antonio Texas.
CARTER & MULLALY
KnnurnU Furnished With Hvery ltequlslte.
..8.!lwlaLHttS"loll'.1V01 0 forwarding bodies
to all pymof tho United Stntf. rarTelophone
oonneotl.lu CU Is attended duy Uud night.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 10, 1883, newspaper, April 10, 1883; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162522/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .