The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
SATURDAY JANUARY 13 18.
J. W. HANNIG
WnolcsalcRotall Dealer In
Furniture Carpels anfl Mattings
Oil Clolht Wlndaw Shades l!(c.
87 and 33 Commerce street San Antonio Tex.
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
ClotiiiB for MenBoy and Ghilclren
lid Gents' Furnlsbleg Coufis
WiUVccloxd oat at and below cott.
earl; and don't miss this chance.
JLouIi 8 Here Assljriieo for
COHEN & KOEXIGIIEDI
3n and 311 MAIN I'LAZA.
No lieail-arlie nr In. k-nrlic for ladles
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
Sold by James C'larlti and I- Orytiskl. drupglsts.
A gfKvl boy to c
u to. Apply at
In several very deira''l plates. For particu-
lars call on Hilton ii Younir.
Railroad Ticket. '
Railroad tickets bought rotd andeichanrcd.
Reduced rn'e 'oall Milnts at Harnett's ticket
doe In Dim Hart's cipar store. Main plaza. Mf
Dr. M. K Tartln Dentist
Successor to Dr. Werms. Office 413 East
Houston street. Up stairs. 12 i8-im
Holiday Qeoda of Uv.ry Description.
A splendid assortment at 0. W. llaldwln Sc
Oo.'a Ml Commerce street.
Domestic Registry UrBce
art Tloustnn street. Hours 10 to 4. Servants
placed In town or country. Terms on appllca-
"WINE OF CARDUI " makes toif cheeks
and clear complexions.
Sold by James Clurln and L. Orynskl.dniirgUts.
Cabinet slio J5 a dozen until further notlc .
White Klepliant Restaurant and Lunch.
Bulb restaurant and lunch counter equal to
any In the country. Froccbcookluir.' l'eifect
attendance. .Choicest of meats irarac. oj sters
nsh. salads and rarities
1 " t U. lliANcntst. Troprletor.
8mall Tracts of Land for Sate
Within one and two hours' rldo of thoclty
plenty of water wood etc. by Hilton & Vounjr
Sua West Houston street.
February 13 llaflle of Curio..
First prize ebony and gold cabinet worth
!'). On view at the intcllljrcnco office col
Houston street UUO prlzea. Tickets Jl. 1-3-lrn
Trees! Trees It
For tho next few weeks Is the best tlmo to
plant any variety of nur native trees and no
one h better facilities for furnishing lino
trees of any size than your homo florist L. W.
Handsomely furnished rooms and stable
for rent at '.-. Losoya stret between Com-
rn'ree and Houston 1.1211
Krapeunc strawberry. Also ornamental trees.
surunnery anu roses. Also nuu collection or
bulbs l Commerce M. U. Hunvan. I t tr.
Furniture for Sule
At a bargain: tJ.VU worth of furniture will bo
sold at hair tint cost. Two bed room one par-
lor complete dlninir room and kitchen seta.
Only neon In use a few months. Call at nr ad
ores .North i lores street. 1 -11-31
Cabinet stzc.ttaduz. n. until further notice.
Other sizi-i In proportion. A. N. Callawai.tla
nuu.iuu aireoi. l-li-ll
Fnrnlture Rougbt and Sold
Impaired and packed. Carets cleaned and
!. "u" lirunnE KI.INE
U-Jl-lwo TSl .lutlu street.
I. C. M..U at Lone filar Tea Store
Corner Houston and Losoya streets has a
oompleto line of irroccrics. Including new
""ti iurj uuiMiniia moiases anu stltrar
Will tie sold mlvhty low for cash. 1-2-tf
A partner with $JH); to collect and tako
Kip Ti monopoly U1T cuanc
llulbsl llulbsl llulbs!
Dahlias ino.iniea tuberoses hjaclnlhs and
Order this fine coal from Harrison & Harrl.
son "i tfoleUad atseel or Pcbultzn Si 8on
coal iitlico and la'rd north side Military pluz'
telephone 7o. fflij 11-2.-U
Repaired packed nrshl iwd by Pearson A
ton ai bub-dad street. 12-u.
Can lie had for tho lint week at L Wolf son's
Inlaule undt rwear and corsets. 1-7-Ot
lleautlfy Your lloinas
By burin? all kinds nt fruit shado andorna-
inoutal treea rosea evergreen a and shrubs of
M. H. Knox li boo licit to tbo poeimncn
Alamo street. 1-10-tt
l'UE Docs I Vug Dogs t
Threw of tbo handsomest putt doics thing to
be rallied at Herman Laux'a saloon back ot
postollloo. January sr. First prize 'Vnunir
Coinedy;" soL-ond "Darkey;" third "Judy."
Tbreo chances forjl '1 loads to bo had ot II.
Laux 11. Damn and WitcheU'a lice Hive.
Have Your Teeth filled
lly Dr. A. J. Smith No. ail Commerce street
over Claviu sUrug atom. 11-1-tf
Tua Alamo llahery.
Alamo Street near Commerce bakes dally a
fresh aupply of wheat graham and rye bread
rolls biscuit and plea. All kinds of ruto al-
ways on bund and delivered free to all parla
ol too city. l-2.3ia
The Alamo Skattue ltlnlr
On Loaoyo street near Maverick hotel baa
just been oiiened for ladles and jrentleinen and
will bo an conducted aa to secure lie popularity
with both and 11 placeof entertainment lorali.
Ladles and tblldrrii will receive any t salstanoe
-aireu ur iiiu pome auq uccompiistied
r.-ora. Uuura fur Indies and children
uud accomplished man-
from 10 to li and for gentlemen from 1 too
and from 7 to 10 p.m. Admliilon IScenta dur
ing 100 uay mua aneenuai Burnt lncludlnir use
f skate. 1-a-iu
Wkat tk. Reporters Learn an Tk.lr T.i-r
Thronsth the City
Don't forget the masquerade ball at
Jonas garden to-morrow.
Samuel Trelliog died on the 10th at
Boerne of phthisis pulmonslii
The City Collector's receipts from January
2 to the It amount to $2340.07.
Am I coins t I should smile. Wheie
to t At Jonas' masquerade ball.
Ilaverlr't Silver Kinf; on Monday and
Tuesday sights at Turner hall. It's Immense.
Fifty-one persons were fined during the
week and $330 the amount ol fines imposed.
George Saunders was fined $15 for car-
rying a pistol and $3 for refusing to pay his
The races to be held at the old fair
grounds are postponed on account of the
weather till to-morrow alternoon.
"Come out and put me out I" ciclaimed
Pocahontas Humble Tie Smith this morning
as he smelted the battle from afar.
Re. Mr. Lewenthal's sermon this morn-
ing of which we publish a complete synopsis
will be found to be practical reading
Smith who tortured the Germans here
afttr the war l now City Engineer Ihe
laughing stock of all for his Incompetency
1'iofcsior Tripp leclures ot the Baptist
church this evening; subject "The III
Starred Mexlcin Etpedition" with the life
and career of Matimillan and Carlota
-The riffle ol gold watch which was to
tike plare at Sommer's & Uhlingers Sunday
January 13 is postponed until Sunday Janu-
ary ?o. when it will take place sure.
It Is claimed that one of the candidates
in Ihe Foutlh ward Mr. Gutlav G'ooi is
gsining ground every day. No moss grows
on his back and his friends are confident of
In a row last nlrhl at the International
depot between an Irishman named Tat Han-
nifin and an Englishman the former got
struck over the head and sustained a fracture
of the skull besides other Injuries.
Services to-morrow at Trinity Methodist
Episcopal church at 11 a. m. and 7:3? p. m.
standard time. Sermon In morning by Rev.
Mr. Thrall Evening srrmon by the pastor
Rev. Falkinburg. Sunday school at 3 p.m.
The public cordially Invited to attend these
Divine service at the Second Baptist
church. Preaching at II o'clock by Rev.
II. Walion of Seguin. At third ordination
sermon by Rev. Professor V. B. Bale of
Seguln. At 7:30 preaching by Rev. C. It.
Anderson of New Orleans. The ordination
of M. Kelley will take place at 4 p. m.
-The Christian denomination here will
make an effort to build a house of worship
this summer. There Is however great diffi-
culty in securing a lot though It is hoped this
will be an obstacle which cin be readily sur-
mounted where the needs ol this church are
properly presented. Subscriptions are already
Tin nest and Cheapest In the World Just
Introduced In This City.
The new roof on the Paine Methodist
church is attracting much attention and de
servedly so. It Is a new feature here and
commends Itself at first glance. Doubtless
Its use will in the long run approve all that Is
said about It in the East. The sheet metal
roof or the Walter's patent is rain proof
storm proof and the strongest roof in the
world. There are no cleets half sheets or
shorts to commence at the cares. It Is also
a tin roof ready to be supplied without
skilled labor or cxpentive tools.
Mr. C. M. Kingsley on the south side of
the Main plaza Is the agent here and the In-
troduction of this kind of roofing is gaining
many admirers and patrons. ItwillMoik a
revolution in roofing here when its merits are
The Silver Klnc
The last lime I saw Jay Gould In a theatre
wis on the occasion of Tcarte's reappearance
In "The Silver King." Like everybody else
in the house his pumps were In good work-
ing order and he cried like a little man wip-
ing his nose very much like ordinary mortals
do while the saline evidences of sympathy
chased each other rapidly down his bearded
cheek. Joe Howard In Philadelphia limes
Turner opera house Monday niht.
Smith Pocahontas Humble Tie Smith
Isn't any fighter himself except when :
man's back It turned or when he has eight or
ten of his strikers wilh him. His call at the
Light office this morning was met with
bluff and he went (.IT down the street like the
whipped cur that he is. Smith is a bad man
from way back in a crowd but his crowd
didn't want any of the Light office pie this
morning for he was afraid he would bite o(T
more than he could chaw.
The Silver Klne.
"The Silver Kirg" is a melo-drama of the
most conceivable Interesting nature and at
the present time Is completing a run of one
year at the 1'iincess theatre London. The
theme of Ihe story was suggested to the
English writers Messrs. Jones and Herman
by Tennyson's lines "In Memoriam."
I hold It truth with lilm who sings
On one clear harp of divers tones.
That men may rlso on stcpptnjr-ttoncs
Ot their dead selves to higher things.
Turner Opera hall Monday January 14
Ileal Estate Transfers.
J. M. Gibbs to Wilhelm Bogh survey No.
3 being part of survey No. 8 granted by the
Stale of Texas to S. H. Luckle; $450.
T. J. Devlne and Sarah B. Smith to Silas
J. Harlan lot 8 block 4 fronting 80 varat on
South San Saba street west of the San Pedro
Ilany Flounders to M. M. McLcod lot 2
block 26 In the North range; $250.
T. W. Tetrce to G. W. Brackenridge an
undivided one-third Interest In 30 acres of
land about three miles northeast of the Main
The City of San Antonio by Mayor to G.
W. Brackenridge lot 18 range 1 district
J II. Kampraano to G. W. Brackenridge
let 17 range I district 2 $500.
llama Gleamed In tha Hotel Oorrldara and
From Various Other Sonrces.
K. M. Maddox of Austin is here.
J. Greenwood of Seguln Is In Ihe city.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Silva of SaltiUo are
guests at the Menger
Henry Beeilgcr arrived at Ihe Menger
from Chicsgo this morning.
J C. Evans the well known sheepman of
Boerne It at Ihe Menger.
Mrs. C. Thomas of Fort Clark and J. S.
Daugherty of Dallas are staying at the
Arrivals at the St. Leonard holer: J. II.
Alpuente Galveston; R. NUr.n and wife
Oswego Kan.; Frank Griffith Mexico; W.
B. Jacobs Thurston; F W. Ltodiy El Taso;
L. Brltenband Vandanberg; F. Zavala Co-
tulla; L. II. Hardy New Orleans; Charles
Ralston V. S. Watkins M. Bishop J. Mc-
Dermott Galveston Harrisburg and San An-
tonio railway; M. Pointer Dallas; M. Krue-
ger Blanco; C.W. Moravltes Karnes county;
George A. Heller Galveston Harrisburg and
San Antonio railway; J. Cornfield city.
The Silver Hlne.
It appeals to the heart as well at to the
eye. Turner Opera house Monday night.
' Adolph Lemme and Alberllne Marx; Her-
man Eisenhauer and Lena Nuetiel; Jnse M.
Garza and Dolores Segan.
Geranium In bloom at Itunyan'a.
Men'h nooTa nalf.aoled and heeled for II.
Ladlm' boots half-soled and heeled at 75 centa
at tho l.lttlo I lee Hive near Turner ball. tf
Arbnr-vltrcs &0n Jl H 23 $1 to and up to
r at Ituny tin's 81 Commerce street.
T. C Frost extends a nressinir invitutinn to
nil liHnld customers and friends to call and
too hi in at his warehouso on Aceq'la street.
Br.wi.vn Machine repaired. Furniture wag-
n alwais on hand at l'carson tic Colton's. J
You can get excellent coffee teas and gro-
eerltaat tffotcdad street. Call before leaving
01 ders elsewhere. I'rlccsas low as anywhere
In the city. 1-Z-lm
Lavo Japan plum trees at 31 Commeroett
Messrs. Iluormann & lira. Inv'te all to call
and Inspect their stock of groceries wines
liquors etc. nt I Alamo plaza. ll-2IMf
Lames' boots mado to order at the Llttlo
li HUe near Turner hall Houston street.
WitcheU'a Llttlo lleo 11 He Is not connected
witb nnv other firm In this citv.
Full assortment of fresh stable and fanev
groceries at llucrmann & llros !1 Alamo
ANYTntNO in the boot and sboe lino made to
order trom a mau'a low-quarter at 51 75 to an
Kngllsh top boot at the Little Bee Hive near
Turner ball. 10-2U-3m
Second-hand Furniture of nil dcscrintlona
liought and sold by Pearson & Colton si Solo-
dad street. 13-12-lm
Just received Imported sardines mush.
inm. eeuea In oil. olive oil. nca. and all
kinds of French preservesatt3 Siledad street.
You will alwiivs find at John llradv'a Whlto
Houso Parlor liar ltlpy'a hand imulo Sour
Math Old Bourbon and Doughter'a Old Hyo.
Mv enttro slock of merchandise la now In
order In tho warehouse on Acequia and North
t lore si rot is. 1 win sen my goousai a great
reduction and earnestly Invite all to ctl.
1-5-M T. C. Fiiost.
Thowarehouaoof T. C. Frost to which ho
has removed his entire stock of gon?s tem-
porarily until hla new store nt his old stand Is
compleud. Is situated oil Actqula street about
one naif block from Msin plaza. Tho ware-
bouio also rronta on North Florea street
about same dletaneo from Military plaza. His
stock Is lurge and will bo sold low till Api II 1
next to avoid expense of removing It. 5-6t
B ARG At OFFERED
IlT J W. Itradler Land A Kent
Xlco cQttaxv well built fronting cast on
Milam tquaro No. 'J0' offered for leas than
Now coUutfi?. elegantly finished 7 looms one
block from San Vedro avenue $300.
Two Btory commodious houso of II rooms
halls and frailer lea two cisterns stables etc.
on Han Pedro nvenuo. (Ireat barjraln.
Klfrht room bard rock houso and two room
soft rock fronting on Marketnnd 1'rcwi streets
and adjoining Casino ball bplcndld Invest-
ment. 1U aero farm within two hours rldo of tho
city river front six room houso celled throujrh-
ont0 acres cleared and fenced orchard of
tlvnncrtsKOod well and cistern. Prim $2000.
ix nice cottages In Ward 4 prico $1)0 to
$3000 paying 15 to 2u per cent rental.
Improved funns dam farms ranch proper-
ties with live stock lurgo bodies of laud In
Texas and Moxlco.
11 ou so of 4 rooms (rallerles ctrt. with 4 lots.
No 1110 West Houston street.
Two lartro lots corner of tiolodad and Uodrl-
Two nice cottages 3 rooms each on Fannin
Nleo cottapoof 3 rooms on Avenue D.
Cott a (re of 4 rooms galleries stable etc.
Scottaffca or. Avcnuo II.
814 acres lu Karnes county on Hondo creek
feuced. 100 acres cleared and 21 In cultivation
Unities South of Helena and 7 miles from
Dalleyvlllu. Fine Improvements well irrassed
aud timbered. Apply to J. V Hiudlky.
11-ett 40B Houston street.
Tonr Opportunttj to Purchase m Lot
On eay term aud at your own price U now
otTornt to tnoso who wluh to make 600 per
cent on an investment In six months. For
special Danisms send rornurprinten Hit.
The Caaio of Failure
Want of cnntldonco Accounts for half of tha
nusiness failures of to-day. C. tichasse. A
lirelfts and U Orynskl drutrirlHts aro not llablo
affections of the Throat and Lunirs.
100000 Hard llurnt Ilrlck
Tor sale Ilrlck wnrk dono cheap. CI Herns
a specialty. No. U Lavacu and 1 "oledad
street. Henhv Hunt.
Jtooms to llent.
Furnished. Kit her simile or double. Inquire
u. ino in we ion arueu. i-js-oc
Want of Faith.
If C. Schflstfl. T- OrvnkI. or A. nrrfM. drnir.
kffsts do not succeed Hi not for the want of
Colds Consumption and Lun j Affections that
luuymiiKivu a inn vnuio ireorocaen anu
every ouo wiio u in need or a medicine o! tbu
All persons whoso prnpnrtr has been sold for
taxes should en 1 1 upun Junius Means 33 Hole-
dad street who wlllald them la its redemption.
in luouy iranus mo iwn years win expire a
woru iu me wise is suiucieni. i-iuii
ltoard and ltooms
In private faralljj everything neat; 614 North
Furnished ltooms to Kent.
Corner of Houstoa and Cameron streets
Cabinet Size 5 a dozn. Until furthnF nntlrrt
Other sUesln propoitlnn. A N.Callaway 413
nu iu i4dsi nousion sircoi. i-il-tt
The proof of the pudding is not In chewing
the string but In bavlntr an opportunity to test
the article direct O. bchasse A. 1) re Ins and L
Orynskl druggists have froo trial bottles of
Dr. llosunko's Cough aud Lung Syrup f r each
and every one who Is alllicted with Coughs
(olds. Asthma Consrnptlon or any Lung
A steady married woman white or colored
without children who lakes In washing- or
other work as tenant of tbo rear room of a
cottage of two room. who will have tho care
or the front furnished room and can be gene-
rally useful to lu occupant. No others and
especially none with children need apply.
Apply at UiUuiBn. MO-tf
Veare nuthnrfred to announce JN. Galla-
gher iaa a candidate for re-election to the oUlco
of Alderman In the First ward at the ensuinjr
election lu January
Wo are authorised to announce T. T. Tee I as
a candidate for Alderman In tbo First ward at
the cnsulntr election.
For Alderman Second Ward.
Wo are authorized to announce Colonel
Augustus Ilelknap as a candldato for re-elec-tlou
to the office of Alderman In the Second
ward at tho ensuing election in Janunry.
For Alderman- Second Ward.
At the request of the voters of tho Second
ward J. 8. lacker announces himself as a can-
didate for Aldermau from that ward suhlect
to the volts nt" his friends at tho polls on Mon-
day. January 111 lfiM.
Wo are authorized to antiounco Hans L.
Pegener as a candidate for re-elect Ion as
Alderman for tho Third ward at tho election
In January l&M.
For Alderman Third Ward
At theroqueMnf many friends I announce
myseCasa candidate for Alderman from tho
Third ward at the coming election In January
im. 11 W.liirritii.
We aro authorized to announce John T.
Hambleton as a Candida to for Alderman In the
Third ward at tho coming city election Hi
January lie inks tho consideration of voters
of his ward.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. II
Pmyo as a candidate for Aldenmn at the com-
ing city election from the Fourth ward.
For Alderman Fouitli Ward.
We aro authorised to announce Mr. Umtavo
Oroos as a cuaidfdate for Alderman In the
Fourth ward at tho ensuing election lu .Tanuary
At the request of many voter I Announce
myself as a candidate for re-election as Alder-
man from the Fourth ward at tho coining
election lu January. II. N la a LI.
Special for the Ladles.
For tho wxt week 1 will sell t orcatly ro-
duccd rate alarse lot of ladles' underwear and
t. Iho Indies Hrrtspeclillylulted to cull
Notice to the Public
I Am prepared to do lu flrsUvlass manner all
kind of carrintrfl work trlmmtnir.imlnttng and
wood work. 1 also raakn a specialty of horse-
shoelnir. Michael Finorr
1-7-ym Soledad street cor Houston.
Two Finely Furnished ltooms
For rent cheap to responsible turtles. Inquire
at 311 Lavuccu street. 1-tHlt
"WINE OF CAHDUI ' ninn irregular
paiuiul ur diUicult hicii-truatlon.
Kold by James rAvln and I. Orvnkl.dniffglntB
TURNER OPERA HALL
Monday and Tnesdny January I t
Especially selected company In tho spec-
tacular melo-drama the
rVDoublo stage ond revolving scene. Mar-
velous mechanical effect. Ureal acting.
Ileautlful muslaiuid rcallstln grandeur
No a dvan co In prices. Seats on 6alo nt
Ulscho'a opposite postotllce.
TURNER OPERA HALL
VmjvJAH. 16 AND 17
"And tho Villi n Pilll l'ursiieil
Weilneeilay January 10
Interviewer Milton Nobles
The politician crank and creditor
Tho female thinker vrllti naresslve views
And men who "want to see the editor"
Can seo themselves in "Interviews."
Tenth ve' Milton Nobles as Carroll
lillnir scene. "Hie 1'liojnlx never dies." Tho
inns successful American drarencterwrttten.
Admission $1 uallery SO ents. Scats secured
at ItiscUe'a opposite postolllco.
BrotherM LocomotiVB Eaineers
SUNSET D1V. H)7.
aXA-lST. 15 1884.
llaptlstrhapel corner Travis and Jefferson
street. Professor Tripp's descrlptlt oserlcsby
patronage of prominent citizens fur a benev-
olent object. Tickets at Nlo Tengg'a and at
tho door. 1-7-Ot
CARTER & MULLALY
42 AND AA ALAMO PLAZA.
Funerals rurnlihtd With Ktery Jtequlslte.
Bpocial attention Riven to forwarding bodies
to "all parts of the United States. FETTulephone
coaneotloo. Calls endod day and nlhu
FIHE SHOES :
.VPOur Bhoe Department Is tho lamest and best assorted In Western Texas. Experience
of many years has tauglit usithat cltrs of Roods are li e ltd fir this tiiatKtt. We keep all
sles aud tbedirforcnt lasts. New York and Philadelphia fine goods a specialty.
Grand Slaughter Sale !
$15000 WORTH OF
All nf My Own MaraHfaetare. Kill KaU i
IL COST AND 1 HUMBUG
J. EL MARQUART.
tarProprletor Crescent City noot and Shoo Manufactory No. 17 Soledad street opposite th
court house Pan Antonio. My stock embraces all klndsof Doota and Shoes and I enn guar
antee quality style and price. W-13-lin
WOLFF & MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
B-AJROI-lSrS in OXjOTKCIlSrO
Gohts' Suits Young Mens' Suits li'if Hoyn'
Suits uud School 8uitn.
Lric Shipments of Bfjs' Soils at Very low Prices I
BEST MAKES OF.BOOTS AND SHOES.
fSTTht above are new departments and every dollar's worth of foods Is new and fresh
Ilnnifh nt prtcn tht enahte n to Ml them to the Mtlnffletlon of th eonnmer.
City Property for Sale !
1. Improved property on Acequia street op.
pogho Veraiiienda street.
s. improviMi property corner Navarro ana
and Haste mmiree street
4. Tnreo h.i. corn-T Martin and Convent
street comprising block No. 1.
fi. rive lota on (Camden street near Madison
squan. In block No. 9.
tt. Three lota on San Tedm Avenue.
7. riulf lotaon Avtnuo O between Fifth and
H Housr and lot on Fifth street bctwoen
Avenues 11 and O.
0. Houso and threo lots on Crockett naiuirc.
10. Ten aires Irrlifable land with Improve
ment. on drink' n MriM't.
II. thrt'oh tsuu Dntias street
sqimri' in block no. iy.
1-'. llnuw a d lot. corner FranLlIn souaro
and IlldrilKo street.
nt. KlLrht lots on Castro street southwest cor-
ner lot No. m.
It. Threo luts corner El Paso Sa'ado and
Mi dlna streets. In tilock No. V7
V). Hixty-llvo and onivhalf acres with Im-
Ciovetnents. under fence known aa "Uaceund
16. lj Bht acres Improved Irrljrnble land on tho
lower labor on Bouth Hores street undor
lint tlno peach orchard on part of grounds.
17 rifty two lots west of Alazan creek on
Dura n tro Ptrei-t out of lot No. lrti
IU. Tw -nty-four acres lot No. 210 weBt of iho
San IVdroo'eck ut crossing ot International
and SuiiM-t roads.
Itt. Twelvo lots south of flnvornmont denot.
Immediately on tirayson street out of the
SO. Unn lot 1U1 feci front on Avcnuo II and
running back to river nnnottitu Hlith street.
H. TwololH No. 3 mid 4 In block No. 47
nbnvo Upper laitbor dltch.on Han Pedro avenue.
Ki Klock No. o on Walnut street below
Steven at Hons' lu tuber vard.
J-t Four lots In block No. S3 above Upper
national. Punnet and Clnvi'rmnont ilmxiti. Han
l'edro sprfntcs and other parts of tbo city
which we offer at Idieral prices and ou euay
.urn's hibu nu incir irrttfuuie lanus in anu
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attend to tho renting of houses neKollato
loans on reasonable terms. Notary tmbllout
373 Commcrov street
BOOTS AND SHOES!
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33 COMMERCE ST 35
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1884, newspaper, January 12, 1884; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162756/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .