The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 12, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio LiMit.
T1IUHSDAY APIUL 18 1883.
Scalded to Danth.
A child named Maria Oarolit ngcd two years
tho daughter of rospectablo parouts living on
the environ of tho city was nocldontally
scaldod on Monday and subsequently died
from tho sovoro shock tho system thon sus-
tained. Five Hundred to Attend.
From the numher of Invitations Issued it Is
estimated that about 600 persons will nttond
tho Knights of l'ythlas picnic to-night nt tho
Springs. A number of members from tlio
Austin lodge uro eipoctcd to arrive on to-
Mis Ochse Murrli'd.
Mrs. Julia II. Lnwronce better known as
Miss Julia II. Ochse tho amiable daughter of
tho well known attorney ox-County Commis-
sioner John K. Ochse was married last evening
nt hor lather's residence in the Socond Ward
to Mr. Fred. St. Clair Norrls.
Does Not Apply.
Mr. Theodore Stoubblng who was charged
with sending threatening letters throuifh tho
mall to Mr. I. Frank and Mr. Abbott was re-
eased yesterday by Judge Turner as the law
on which tho prosecution was based docs not
cover the act which it Is alleged tho defendant
Mcaslos nro prevalent In tho city. Five In
oue family between avenues C and II nro down
wlththcn. Mr. Guns' three children aro also
down. Hartlo Currcnther. of Military plaza
fame has recovered from them and ho made
his ttrst appearauce this morulug minus u good
many pounds of muscle.
Satisfactory to All.
Tho report of tho Principal to the Trustees of
the aorman-Kugllsh school dated April aril Is
of a very satisfactory character. It records
increased Intercut attendance and olliclcncy
anil shows an average alien lnnco of 210 scho-
lars. Tho school opened for the new term on
April 2nd with an uttondaneo of 227 scholars.
Identified nnd Hurled.
Tho eorpso round near Castrovllle supposed
to bo that of tho inisslug J. M. llodrlques. has
been Identified and was brought near the city
yesterday. A colllu was then taken to the
place where the remains rested and they were
placed In It. Subsequently the remains woro
Interred at the rnnehe or tho dcceUMid.
K. r 1 InvltHtluim.
All persons rocolvlng Invitations to thu
KnlgbU of l'ythlas plculo to-night are re-
ouistcd to present same to Ueeeption coin-
...!. . Kiirlnu-n t hut tho sumo can bo
taken up and u badge and refreshment ticket
given In oichunge. Thu meinbors of tho lodgo
not holding invitation win can upim mu tuiu-
inltteu for membership badge.
Tho Hev. Dr. Joseph Johnson of Victoria
preached an cloquont sermon last evening In
tho l'resbyterlau church to a crowded congre
gation taking bis to.it from tho 20th verse
4th chapter of tho Third F.plstlo of St. l'aul to
tho Koinans. Subsequently a short session or
tho Presbytery of Western Tuxas was held in
the church and then tho proceedings were
continued until to-uay.
Ileal Kstate Transfers.
OoorgoM. Maverick of St. Louis Missouri
to Albert Maverick 53 3-5 acres of land out of
west end of lot No. u rungol district 4 old
r.in trttPt. Ill (YltlflllllTlltlnn of ftlljtid.
wiiliiim Htpcln niul I. mini Stecit) ifome sMc)
to 11. O. L. Wlckes two parcels of laud In tho
limits or tho city Doing portion in uiock u ui
tt... aniiilivlilnns of';i trnut or and lying above
the Labor ditch and cast or tho San Podro
creek in consideration oi d.wu.
l'leuse Note It.
Tho readers or tho LtoiiTwill obllguusby
leaving at the editorial olllce early notice or
any birth marriage death celebration rest!.
vul distinguished urrlval and other Items or
public Interest. Secretaries or societies or
other organizations will please Mrnlsh datu or
their society's wink. Whero desirable and
pructlenblo a representatlvo or tho LHillTwiu
on iiuiiiicauun buvnu imunu ii4iuiiu
No Hegtilar Programme.
Tho Knights of Pythias celebration lit tho
Springs to-night will be an old-time rousing
picnic and nil the guests uro Invited tu take a
hand and enjoy themselves. Mr. J. II. Hunisey
will n!ll i tn t ii ns master of ceremonies. Messrs
U. II. lttTordand W. W. Herron will deliver
Short addresses ami some or thu visiting mem.
tiornrrnm Austin will ulso be called ll noil
Uanrlng will commence at about 8:30 uud re
freshments will bo served hotwocn iu ana n.
A Postmaster Drowned.
Telegniphlo udvlces to the city ycBtorduy
announced that Mr. Klapponhsch Postmaster
of Castrovllle was found drowned In tho Me
dlna river. Itwusatllrst supposed that h
I ncnidontlv fallen 111 the river but elrcum
stances showed that he had committed suicide
and a verdict to that elfect was returned al
the Inquest. Mr. Klappenbuck who was much
rnaiu'oii'il. has been In delicate health for some
time. Ho leaves ii largo family not very well
provided for due or his sons lives ut Kaglo
Pass and another at uaiveaion.
Knlurglug the Hotel Maverick.
Additions to tho value of $110000 aro to be
made to the Hotel Maverick. Vestorday a
contract rorbulldlng an addition containing
fti sleeping rooms was uwnrucu uy lloUhcrly
& Calvert proprietors or tho hotel to Mr. J
iv. Carrico. Tho contract price Is SIB.tOI.
nthor contract will soon be awarded lor an ad
dltlon of 30 rooms When the two additions
are completed tho hotel will contain 11" lied
rooms. Under the skillful management of
Mrs. Heathcrly nnd Mr. Charles Calvert th
lintnl linn breouio noted as one of tho best i
H.nNtmn. Mr. Pet-r Lolselle. the caterer: Mr.
Itiifm Heatlterlv. ouo or tho proprietors and
Mr. Illchaid Harrison tho clerk have ulso
contributed to it rcjimuuon.
Public School Attendance.
The following report of attendance for March
was kindly furnlhed by Mr. W U. Ilote
pcrlutcndent of Public Schools:
While pupils enrolled 1 HI
While pupils belonging 13
colored pupil Dcniuging
Total . LKM
Average dally uttoidiuioc white 11
Average uauy uticnonnco coioreu.
Visitations made by tho Superintendent. . . W)
Thlssliowsan eiirollmeiit of only S20S puiiil: .
Jt seems that In a city of 30000 Itihabltants
l..urt should be a much larger utlvuduiice.
Items Oleaned In the Hotel 'Corridors ulid
From Various Other Sources.
Dr. Hccricnnof Medina Is at tho Central.
Mr. James Martin or Philadelphia is at tho
Mr. Strac han Soncs. of Toronto. Canada Is at
Major llethel Coopwood of Austin lawyor
nt tho Central.
Mr. Ivcrson. of Itossvlllc. reports two valua
ble colts stolen.
Mr. Wrn. llrazolton. lumbor merchant of
Woco Isnt I lord's.
Mr. J.J. Khodcs of Frio county. Is visiting
Mr. John lloss's (not Hev. as tho pious types
u it lately; sou is uoiug won.
Mr. J. W.Itobblns. of San Angela an oxtcn-
slvo stockman Is at tho Central.
Mr. (l.C. llubbntd. n wool buver. hailing
from lloston Is staying ut tho Monger.
Mr. A. P. Carroll tho well-known stockman
f Wilson county. Is registered nt tho Hord
Mr. M It. Hnxle. General Master of truns-
nnrtstlou on thu Intel national Is at tho Hord
I'.x-Clov. F. S. Stockdale arrived last night to
attend court In tho city. lie stays at tho
Messrs. J. C. Dlckuv and W. C. McCurcy nro
In tho city to buy horses. They nro stopping nt
Miss Ilesslo Hoxie. nlceo of Col. II. M. Hnxle.
who has been visiting tho city returned to
'aso.Ys nt the Moniror. Ho Is largely Interest
ed In various mines in Mexico
Messrs. W. II. Fielder. Houston Chancy nnd
II. It. Fielder prominent elti.eus of Han
dera uro staying at the Central.
Mr. O.L. Strninreland. of tho Scandinavian
Society of Chicago Is seeking locations for
eopinles in this district uud Is staying at the
i lorn Hotel.
Mr. Verirnn of "omerset. Is In town. Ho ro-
norts the condition of tho crnosin that section.
belter than over known before ut tho saine
season or tho year.
Tho Hev. Job Turner or Stanton Vii. n inls-
slonarv to the dear mutes or the South.ls visit
ing too city in mo interest or I no class among
which Ills society Is working.
Mr. Nathan C.llrnwn. of Portland. Me.. Is
hero Tor tho naturalist's uuriiose of inaklnir a
collection of Texas birds and applying the tax-
nicintisi e urt to mem. no is ut mo .Monger
Mrs. Oeo Hllirer leaves thh oveiiluir to visit
her brother Mr. F. W. Young nt Fort Stock-
ton. Mr. Richard II. Lent accompanies her.
nnu will accept a position in .nr. loungs
Mr. W. N. Cooper of Korrvllle. Is n guest nt
tho I lord lintel. Mr. W. N. Cooper is mi Eu-
gllslimun who Is editor and proprietor or the
Kcir county .Chronicle which is shortly to be
W. F. Seetev. the sncclal niront or the Now
Wilson sewliig-inachlue Is In tho elty Iu tho
Interest of ibis now machine. Ho displajs
some wonderful Biicclinens of his art of
handling the Instrument among which aro
soino lino animals nun oesi ni tin ins own pic
ure wiucn is u real specimen oi urt.
At the Hord Hntel-J. Wol'S. Oalvoston:
William Ilru.elton. Waco: W. J. Garmond and
wire. Lytle; W. M. Cooper Kerrvllle; P. A.
Heed Indlanola: W. A. Cavltt Oak vl lie: 11.
iversou uossviuc; J. .i. neiucr uoinjio; i. J
Webb. Austin: John 1). lthodes. Frio: F. M
Glmtid Palestine; W. II. Collins Ualvcstou
uuustuu and Mm Antonio railroad.
At th C'litral IIotol-H. F. Clifton. Gconrc
own: 11. F. flresrorv. Kerrvllle: "oorire Hen-
Kins iticnmoim: . c. l. uiitciiiro aim limy.
Monterey; liurunor i.. woo re Austin; J. c.
Deckcy W. C. McCurdy Murysvllle Kansas;
P. C. Wardsworth Ilocrne; Fred II. Parker
Corpus Christ I; P. M. Johnson James Johnson
William Smith Atascosa; Charles MoMonagh
I'.lm Creek; J. r. Soporth K)lc; Mrs. Horton
.Mrs. siniiii .viascosa
At the Menvnr Hotel -Miss H. M. Plutt. Mns-
sacliusetts; (J. C. Hubbard lloston. Mas.; L.
Htcni. Mew oru; niomas ijotwiii Chicago; c.
ivoruoiiie. .ininiii. uu. i;. i. r rieu anuer. sun
Francisco; M. Ilurke Kunion Malo Cnllfornln;
John Martin Paris; W. P.. (1 owl rich SeguliiiO.
II. Uutc New Ilraunfe1?: Louis l'arker Now
irleans: 11. Sclnnerbeck. Ilivnhaui: 11. Drlscol I.
viciouu:M. ivnoniierg cuieago; ii. k. ciove
land Krle Pa.; J II. lisle HI Paso.
t the Maverick Martin J. Hubble. Snrlng-
neiu Illinois; J. s. iiorortn uyic; m. ii. Mayer
Ualveston; Mrs. J. 1). Taylor William II. Tay
lor tl II. Taylor A. I. Tnylor nnu II. II. Tuy
lor. Now York: C. F. Irons. Providence: H
Ornlg United Stulos army; C. L. Habcock. St
Louis; u. j.uoocn nun lauy raiesimo; is. j
Frledlander San Francisco; John llogan
Houston: Dr. II. F.TIetz. Marlon; Frank Kel
loi?i. Victoria: A. Zudis. (luiitetnuln: J. A
tvrlgtit .Miw u I Ion ns ; jceso waisou new
vorii; J. ii. kviiiis I'aiestino.
To-day very little wool has been received
cotton is reporteii ns very quiet.
The niosnllltot s commenced operation to
tho season yesterday and wero at active work
A. Sleirol. aired 2.) veins died on thoStli
instant In Santa ltosii hospital I ram cousump.
Carpenters nnd laborers aro now wanted
on ino Central school Liillillng. Apply ut once
in tue lorcman on mo ground.
Aniilloatlon fora charter for the Sun An
tonlo llrltlsh association was in ndo yesterday to
uie nr crciary oi Dime iu ivusiin
- .Many cltlions enJovod tho Travis nark con.
cert yesterilny. The seleetlonsor tho Klglith
eavairy iiauu unuer mo nolo uirecuon or .Mr.
nan wore won porrormoii
'I ho members oT tho Women's Christian
Temperance Union aroearnetly requosted to
on ou natiu in. morrow at 4:uu at the 1 rlniti
Methodist Church. Agnes A. Cotton Sccrc
James Woods better known bvhls runilll.ii
sobiinuet ef "Jim." who was recently arrested
lor men miner ssu wus reieacu uy mo aneriu
vente'dnv. duo bond having boen given for hie
-Tho lato Hugh It. Lucas who wn burled
vcsteruay win the son or the lion. Hindi It
Lucas a wealthy gentleman or considerable
reputation in lAiuisiana. no tiled Horn con
Tho members or tho llexar Ilenovolcnt as
sochtlon havo organized u moonlight picnic at
tlio Heritors ou the 21st Inst and If fair I. nnu
only makes her npiearance tho occasion will
u an enjoyaoio one
Some or tho llrltlsh residents or tlio ey
uro engiigoii in o'guirziug u nuiiiiiiig usencia
l Km noon mo Kiigiisn piun. i ne iirojout can
ooi tan to oo iisoini to iiriusiiers anil proutn
uie io inn sniiroiiomers
Dr. O F. Young's professional card n
leterhiiiry surgeon iippoiirs In tho Ltniirtr.
a.n . Dr. Young l n fully nuiillned uracil
'lonor. having graduated with hlirh honors
. ..i .rin "ti e satUfactlbn to those who require
Knights of I'ytblaa Coinmlttees
Tho following nrfmed persons will act upon
co'iimlttecHntthe Sprlnga tn-ulglit:
Music luilnh O'Dnnoghiie. J. M. Pcnulota.
Uekhkhhmcmh-W. II Siultli tieoigo R
. i. joniisou i. -m. jiicnnoian
itniKi-in.N i'. li. cilirorn r. v l ie
Jacob Super. J. J. ilnrtnieh. .1. II. Giant
itniKrin.N i'. n. t liirorii c. I l iemmer
Fioim Mavaokhs (J. I). Ilnoimr Newt. M
I B"l enkii iat) CtiMiMNiiKU A
I Ck ikmhsim .1 II Itaunv.
I vun-rgRTn Mibt Austin Loikjk-C I).
jiluiiui u ii. no m r uuiph u'UouoKliuc.
" " B25 "
" " 1000 "
' 1500 "
" " 1800 "
" " :i200 Ewes nnd Wcnthors.
" " 1300 Muttons.
CHABOT MOSS li CO.
WOOL COMMISSION IIOU8H.
Wo nro tircDnrcd to rocolvo Wool on consign
ment making Llboml Advancements on Mime.
utiAiiux suss x i;u.
4-U-tf Ban Antonio Toxns.
Fresh Fish at Blmon Vest's)
est side of Military nlazii. regularly evory
uesdar. Friday und Sunday mornings at 0
W Crocket street by Mrs. Julia A. King near
Monger hotel. lwk
Dr. O. V. Young.
(Inidiintn of the Itoval oollrno of Votcrinarr
surgeons Ixindnn Mnglsnd. 1'iITors his services
to too citizens or Ban Antonio unu surrounii-
Ing neighborhood Iu Medical and Surgical
treatment to horses cows dogs oto. Olllce
south east corner Main pluzn San Antonio
They All Do It I
They buy their wines nnd liquors nt Hnrry
lliiimt & tli. 's store on Commerce street and
thus kiivo 2.i per cent on thoir purchases.
A lino saddlo horse with saddle nnd bridle al-
most new. Horsn has boon worked to harness.
Inquire at this olllce. t-lt-tr
A Good Hoarding Houso
'or salo In lino location well furnished nnd
rull of boarders. Prlco cash. Hilton
."03 West Houston street. 4-u-ir.
And tuition. Ill nil colors and stvlo. Persian
lawns nun's vollinirs In all ehadesJust received
ut Joslio & Sons' Alnmo street. 3-2U-tf
Vnu can iret n choice one from u lilif lot or
lino haU nt I. U. Frost a rot- ru cents uplece.
ir von want to tin v irood irold nnd silver
waiciies. c uaiiis and jewelry ciiean go io me
Trustees sales nu.i cointucrco street.
specialty at J. Josko Si Sou's Alamo street.
near postomoo. a-u-ti
Gents' Philadelphia custom shoes ut $1.
4-10-2W S. Dkuthcii & Co.
l'lne Fresli Country Hutter
Is dnllv received ut Gilbert's fruit store No. 4
Card rooolvcrs cako baskets castors Ico
Itchcr. buttors teaseb. trlnlo nnd ouadruplo
pinto IU221 commcrco street i rustces sale.
and triplo ; and quartlruplo silver nnd plated
waro go to Trustees saio si cuminercc siroci
nought sold and exchanged nt my olllce. In
Thompson's book store 307 Commerce street.
Hcdueed rates to all points.
4-0-lm W. II. llAlt.NETT.
Save Money t
llvirolnir to Armstrong's for vour fruits and
produce no Keeps too nest at lowest pnci'S.
For niiila nnd iiunrd riinlo silver nliitod
waro go to tho Trustee sale. 221 Coninicirco
Hiilidsoinn ciiMsliticro suits nt 7 0. SK TUl ntul
W. B. 1JKUTSC1I as CO
Now spring clothing and hats Just In.
Pancoaht ii Son.
A very choice selection or Sailer. Lewln A
Co. Zelgler Hros. uud JiKcph llaiim & Co.'s
custom made boots and shoes In all stvles and
ihupcs aro now oirorcd at Sheets Correvou Si
uisnes gents lurnisiiiug store on Amino
H you want tellable information about
Mexico go to Nlo Teiigg bookseller. Commerce
street and purchase the llepiiblle of Mexico in
iMtc with tno nest map or our sister iteiniblle
uu lor $2 uu per copy. 4.0-11
For Sule or Kent.
An olegant tlrst-clasa piano nluiost new
Appiy at mis oineo. 4-iu-ut
Ono of tho largest stocks In tho city run he
found ut J. Josko Si Sons' Alamo plaza. 3-20-tf
Tlio Alamo Stenm Laundry.
Will bo opened on or about tho 1st or-May cor
ner iiarKet unu l'aso streets near Aim nriogo
joiin iiuitUK rroirletor.
Carload nt Armstrong's. 4-C-tf
The llnest lino of piece goods for tlio spring
and summer to uu loiijiu in mo nunc ur
I'ancoast & Son.
S. Dcutsch Si Co. olfer to the public still
gieuier uargains 1 unu ever no 1 ore.
The bossliO cent. Hiilbrlggan undershirt at
i-10-2w S. Dkutsuii i; Co.'H.
A house with six rooms and rellnr. Apply to
jins. jjciticr on norm riorcs sireei. 4-u-tit
Ladles and genllomon to canvnss for books
anu animus yigcuis miiKing tnreo dollars n
any. Appiy iusaj west cointiicrio bt room
up stulrs. 27-3-tf
Two nlco rooms In a line locatlontgood water
nn 1 n lurgo yarn. run. n. norm uireuo stieot
Illue linen shirts at $1 2."..
4-10-2w 8. DiillrfClI & Co.
: LOW PltlCKS AND :
! PHOMPT DHL1VEUY. i
SULLKNnEiiOEit & IlAiutis ten Houston St.
To lent A-Van Den HurgU will open April 21
On AvCqula street No. 02.
DOWN GO OUR PRICES!
In ordor to mako room for n Largo Spring Stock now being selected in Now York wo havo
PIEIDXJOEXD PRICES !
On many of our goods and tho publto Is only asked to call andiceo us to bo satisfied that
All our departments nro complete nnd you
What do You Think of It Str.niRcr ?
J. M. Kincrsnn Is tho Innnrlotor nf Thn-n
No. 12 Soledad street whero voll can always
In everything from n Fine Diamond to u paper
11 1 HAS COMB TO AT
Under the ablo inmiugcmcut of Mil. PAIIK DOM Is opposite Hord's Hotel. Mil. DOE Is n
tlrst-clnss luanuractiiring Jeweler and engraver probably tho bestengrnvor In San Antonio.
.Mil. Dili a iso conuucis a general uroKcrago
Is nt No. 220 Commcreo street. In Jones & Co.'s music store under tho mnnngeinent of Mil.
HUOKN'K C!i:Mi:VA V or Switzerland who Is u thorough and compotont watchmaker and who
Is In every way worthy or tlio respect and conlldenco of tho public. -Mil. (1KNF.VAY will do
strlctlvnjowelry business nnd will nlso sell forfeited pledges from tho Main Olllce. Very
A. A. WOLFF
Our llnols about threo times us lurgo ns be
fore. Wo havo made every ctTort to make this
0110 of our most popular departments. Look
utourOOo. 03c. nud tl chemises. Skirt with
cambric rulllo tucked nt (Vic Trie. $1 SI 2.1 up
to $10 aplcco. downs nt tVic. ditto trluimud
with embroidery $1 nnd SI 25.
For ladies misses nnd children high-necked
uud long sloovcs high neck uud short sleeves
low neck nnd short sleeves.
Embroideries and Laces.
Tho largest stock In the city nt prices that
are-'.l per cent cheaper than others sell them.
Fine lino of Mousqiictulro nnd Hook Llslo
Thread nud Tairotu (llovin; nil the new slindos.
Some oxtrn line elbow mills the Castor Mous-
quctairo and nil kinds of kids.
Hoeo from 10c. up to S3 a pair. Wo havo al
ways inndu this ono of our best departments.
It Is positively better this season than Lororo.
Finest Trunks in the City.
13 Yards IMcachcd Slicctlns for $1.
An elegant lino of Ladles' and Children's Neckwear Lonsdale Cambric yard
wide at 11 cents per yard ; Langtry Dress Ijiwns 20 yards for SI.
All widths and shades of Ottoman Itlbbons ?5 per cent
cheaper Hum unywliero else.
KLMAXT LINK OP NlhVS VEILING AT 25 CTS. A YARD.
An Klegunt Lino Fancy Dress (llngnms at Hi 10 und 12 cents.
The well known brand. Fruit of the Loom yard wide U cents per yard.
Coiner W. Com-
merce nnd Aee-
THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES
At SIMON MOUKIS' to show tho public tho latest styles of C1UNTS' YOUTHS' AND
CHILDHh'N'S CLOTIUNU. Also the most elegant uud complclu lines or
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown In this city both In stylo and prlcO.
Comoand convince joursolf. STHICTLY ONK P1IICH ONLY. No trouble to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street -
II Sasii'C lie la lain Plaza.
D uas so Merchant Tailor.
Gents' clothing mado to order In tho latest
style nnd guaranton n Perfect lit A new
method of renovating; old clothing mado to
look now. Also repairing will ho done at the
shortest notice. Terms rentotinblo. Addicts
Main playn nc.ir French building San Antonio
l)luo overalla and lumpers for railroad men.
M0-2w H. Dkuthcii Si Co.
can havo n largo assortment to select from.
IN ONE TOWN !
What do You Tliink ol It Citlzoii
F.stnlillfllinionts. His Mnln Kstnhllshmnnr. la nt
u-et baririilns. as hu keens u Ililll Olllco and denls
uusinoss. Mr. Juncrsou s
San Antonio Texas.
Styles for nil; prices rnnglng from 25o. to
$10 00 11 pair.
Ulegant assortment all new goods stylish
Table Linens Towels
Napkins nud llousefurnlahlng goods. Ours Is
by all moans tlio best stock in the city. Our
reputation for keeping best linens will bo found
verified In overy puitlculur. Our trudo iu this
department Is Increasing wonderfully.
Silks Satins Dross Goods
Lnrgo stock low prices. Wo uro offering nil
silk OrenudlncH worth $1 2'i at Wlc.
For ladles misses nnd children. Chlldrens
white slips with two rows of Inserting nt doe.
Infants white drosses trimmed ut 75c.
Wo keep ubout20 different styles including
some very well known brnnds-the celebrated
C. P colored corsets the 500-hono tho Stout
Ladles Corset misses uud chlldrcdd' corsets
summer corsets nursing cutsets.
A. KAHN & CO.'S
Is Whero You Can (let Tho
San Antonio Texas.
CARTER & MULLALY
Funerals Furnished Willi Kvery lleiiulslto.
Special utlentlon given to forwnnllng bodies
to nil purhiol tho UnlU'd States. tO"Telcpliono
connection Calls attended day and night.
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