The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1, Friday, January 25, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
I'lltD.Vr. JVNUAItV33 1884.
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
GlotliiHS for Men.Boys anfl Ghilflren
And Gents' Furnishing Goods
WS V closed out at in J below cost. Call
tarly and don't mix thli chance.
Lonls St Iters Assljiiieo for
COHEN & KOENIG1IEDI
e and 311. MAIN IT.AZA.
For the Next Thirty Days nt l'ancoast's.
For the nest :U 1h s we will oiler to thupub-
lo great bargains in remnants or fall and win-
ter stock cunsl'tlDg of heavy clothing ovor-
coats hate eUlrta odd garments collar
underwear hosiery etc. Also discount or 10
percent will bo mado on all regular goods.
l-21.1in A. IaCot & bus.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills anJ
Sold by James Clavln and L.Orynskl druggists.
Railroad tickets linuitlit. sold nnd cachanged.
Dr. St. i: Tarvln Dentist
Successor to Dr. Wcemi. Office 413 Eatt
Houston street. Upstairs. Ii-l8-lm
Domestlo lleglstry (mce
SOI Houston street. Hours 10 to 4. Servants
placed In town or country. Terms on apnllca-
Calomel relieves: "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
Sold by James Clavln and L. Orynskl.drugglsts.
rnrnlture llought and Sold
Impaired and packed. Carpets craned and
John Iteynolds General Collector.
OfflM with E. J. UallaKber builder. No II
Vturrl street. 1-21-tr.
Have Your Teeth rilled
Uy Dr. A. J. Smith. No. 0t) Commerce street
over Clavln'sdrug store. li-l-tr
"WINE OF CARDUI" (orTadica only.
Sold by James Clavln and U Orynskldruggists
For SAle and Kent.
OQlco rurnlture for sale and an ofllco for
rent. Address "o" this ollloo. l-SWt
Every Tuesday aril Saturday at the Orcen
Front auction house. Consignments sollcltod.
1-23-tf 1'EAttSON & UOI.TON
Cash and Only l'or Cash
Conveys Its own moral : l'ivo 10 10 per cent
save monthlv bv buying votir goods from
stric lycash loj'ei. Try I. O. Meek at lono
S ar us store ui liast Houston strict. Hals
Trees for Sule.
Ten thousand Umbrella China and a largo
stock nf fruli trees arbor llips shrubs and
roses next to postonlce. Trees delivered fieo
Trees I Trees 1 1
Tnr the next fuw weeks Is the best tlmo to
plant any variety or our native trca and no
The Alamo llakery
Alamo Street nor Commerce bikes dally a
tri'sh supply ot wheat graham aud rye bread
rolls biscuit and pies All kind of caWo al-
ways on bait') and delivered free to all puts
To rent at 30D South street near tbo Polish
Cabinet slzo. $ ad"z n. until further notice.
Other sizes In proportion. A.N. Callaway 413
ana 111 l-isi Houston street. i-ii.
F.Dtlre stock crncki rv and glasswaro at 33
SolmNd street at auctl n. Store for rent
l-ss-et l'KAiianx & Colton Auctioneers.
I C. Meek at Lono Star Tea store 403 East
Houston street wlllsell you
J dozn Catirnrnln canned Koods for $.1.
I gal on rood Loulsluna molasses AO cents.
II pounds ehulcu Louisiana augar$l.
10 Hiunds ir'anulated sugar (I.
Guaranteed hams ISucnts per pound.
White Klephant llestauraut nnd Lunch.
Bo'li restaurant and lunch counter euual to
I.J tie Coal.
Ordor this flno coal from Harrison & Harri-
son 24 Soledid streot or nebulize & Son
Comtnerco street or from John Crosby & Co.'a
coal oitlco and i ard north sido Military plaza;
telcphono No. 3no. ll-2s-tt.
Texas Trees For bale.
One of tbo best standi In the city for first class
family trade In coffees teas aud fancy gro-
Address 1'. O.
Tbo International allied show will open on
the corner of Losoya and Crockett streets op-
posite San Antonio Ico house at ' o'clock p.
in. Thursday January 24. l-Sl-tf
February la ltanle of Curios
First prize ebony and rold cabinet worth
$50. On view at the Intelligence office SOI
Houston itreet 300 prizes. Tickets 81. KM in
School Books Stationery
Periodicals magazines newspaper! and all
kinds of novelties can bo found at O. W.
Ualdwlu Sc Co.'s 23f Commereo itreet. 1-21-tf
Nice Cottage for Kale
On Oakland itreet at J3iV); 7 rooms; plenty
good water; house Is now and well built; will
rent ror $35 per month until sold.
1-1'J tr BlEiGALL Ic LotKl 20S E. Houston St.
dad street who wlllaldthemln Its redemption.
In many cases tbo two years will expire. A
word to the wlso Is sulllclent. 1-lu-Itn
Hoard and Itooiua
la private family; everything neat; 611 North
Laredo street. 1-10-lm
What th Ileporters Leain on Their Toar
Through the City.
See notice of Constable sale.
Dr. John Bowen of this city is said to
be very 111 in New Yotk city.
IW. O. S. Fowler the phrenologist at
Caiino hill on Sunday night.
Five caics weia dismissed and one con-
tinued this motaiof; In the Recorder's court.
Rsbbi Lewlnthsl at the Temple Beth El
will have for his theme this moraine "The
Voice ol God."
There was no regular meeting of the
Bond of Health yesterday owing to the
absence of most of the members.
M. G. Andenon hss disposed of his
properly near the International road for $3000
to Mr. Frank Roberts of California.
The baitment of Paine Methodist church
Is being nicely prepared for the first setvices
there nest Sunday morning.
"It Is an ill wind etc" and Tom
Howard is .jubilant that this arctic wave did
not catch him with an expensive troupe on
If spring poetry could bring spring
weather we might furnish It having received
two cfluiions of the "elherial mildneis come"
order this morning.
From letlers found In the room of Mont-
gomery who recently burglarised the store of
WolfT & Marx there are strong indications
that his real name Is Oliver Mammon.
Deputy District Clerk Roberts already
begins to give the same satisfaction in the dis-
charge of his new duties ai he did when
handling the big folios of the County Clerk's
Messrs. Carter & Mullaly shipped the
remains of E. C. Crockett who died at the
Santa Roia hospital to Norway Maine; alio
those of F. Hawley of Ilawley Drotherr
Galveston to Memphis.
Colonel Robert W rear well known
here died at his residence three miles from
town last evening. The funeral will lake
place from the residence of Mr. Robert Alex-
ander on Marshall street to-morrow morning
at 10:30 o'clock standard time.
The funeral of Thomas II. Howard who
committed suicide the day before yeiterdsy
wss slimly attended only a few newipaper
men aisistlng at the last rites. Rabbi Lew-
inthal kindly offered his services at the grave.
He read the 49th Psalm and at its conclusion
offered up a fervent prayer.
A young man who left this city to secure
a place as copyist at Austin has returned dis-
gusted with the Legislature. He says the
Ayes and Nayes get everything and there
was nothing left for him. This differs from
the New York Legislature where the O's and
No's are said to capture all in sight.
This cold snap seems to be hostile to both
trade and building. It prevents the ladies
from shopping and causes a standstill on
many of the fine edifices now being erected on
account of the mortar freezing. At present
writing it looks as though General Hazen was
preparing us a better assortment of weather.
A horse and cart ran away while standing
la front of Carter & MulUly's stable thlt
morning and after running amuck among
some 20 hacks the Menger bouse was reached
and then the horse returned to its original
place. It was most extraordinary that no
damage was done to the chariots of the
It..s Oleanad In the Hotel Corridas.
From Tarlons Other Buure.s.
Major James Converse is in the city.
Mr. II. C. Turner of Louisville is at the
Mrs. J. K. Dunbar of Austin is quartered
at the Menger.
Mr. C. S. Hanschel of Fort Ewell is a
guest at the Menger.
Mr. VV. Hodge of Buffalo is la the city
and rooms at the Maverick.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Couyer accompanied by
Miss M. A. Thompson el New Yotk are
guests at the Maverick.
Mr. Lee Hall the well known cattle man of
La Salle is staying at the Menger.
Mrs A. Fahremhold of Hallettsville is
in the city visiting her daughter Mrs. Mike
Mr. and Mrs. G. De Lane.accompanied by
Miss De Lane of Milwaukee are guests at
Mr. C. Roep of Bloomington III. is in
the city in interest of bis new book the Cal
cjlator and Accountant.
Arrivals at the St. Leonard hotel;. H. W.
Merrill Texas; Charles Lehman llarbolte
Mo; M. C. Smith Baltimore; Fred Shryock
Lexington Ky; L. J. Wasenlck A. C. White
more Luting; J. Henderson Oakville; W. II
Johnson Dallas; T. Sale Fairview; James
II. Berry Charles Ralston John L. Henley
E Madgwlck Sunset road; J. Goode Hous-
ton; S. M. Wharton and wife city.
Shot Into the Train.
Major Ilethwell Coopwood who arrived in
town this morning gives an account ol the
wounding of a man on the train between Cor-
pus Christ! and Laredo. Some malicious
person fired through the windows of the train
while it was passing and the bullet passirg
through the window struck a passenger be-
low the ear Inflicting an ugly wound. The
latter Is now in the city under medical at-
tendance. Cases To-Morrow.
The following esses have been set for trial
in Justice Adam's court for to-morrow t
San Antonio Gas company vs. J. S. Decker
and Antony Earbart vs. the same defendant
set for 10 a. m. Katharina Dietler vs. John
Ccpeland and Deere Mauser vs. Loals
Scheihsgen set for 3 p. m.
The Lioiit notices that the city is planting
new trees in Travis park. If the old trees
had been trimmed properly there would hard-
ly have been the necessity for so many mure.
It is to be hoped the new ones will
be kept in proper order for we have
not many parks to boast of and the one we
have let us beautify to the greatest possible
First of the Season.
A largo assortment of valentines Just re-
ceived at T.J. Soott & Go's. an Main plaza
rty J IV. Ilrndley I-and Agent.
KtnA nllni. mil htillt. fmntlnir east on
Milam square. No. '003 offered for loss than
Two storv mnimrMllnus houso of J! rooms
hulls unit irfillrHM. twn clltprna. stables. Oto..
on San l'odro aventio. Great bargain.
Klgbt room bard rock hnusu and two room
loft rock fronting on Markotand I'rosa atrecta
aud adjoining Casino hall. Splendid Invest-
114 aero farm within two houra rldoot tho
city rlt or front six room hnuao ceiled through-
out W acres cleared and fenced orchard of
Ilvo acres irond well and cistern. I'rloo 1200X1.
Six nlco cottages In Ward 4 prlco 13X1 to
Acjuo paying 15 to 20 per cent rental.
Improved forma dairi rarms ranch proper-
tics with Ilvo stock- largo bodies of land In
Houwinf 4 rooms galleries etc with 4 lots
No. iiiu west Houston street.
I wo largo iota corner 01 ouicuau duu .un-
Two nice cottages 3 rooms each on tannin
Nlco cottagoof 3 rooms on AvcnuoD.
Cottage of 4 rooms galleries stable etc.
3 cottages or. Avcnuo II.
814 acres In Karnes county on Hondo creek
fenced. 100 sen s cleared and SI In cultivation
l.Mnlles fouth nf Helena and ? miles from
and timbered. Apply to J. V. IlitAbi.RV
Mem' noon nalf-solcd and beelod for SI.
Tjiril.' Iionfs hnlr.nlcil nnd heeled at 75 cents
at the I "tie lice Hive near Turner ball. tf
ThoArrlcan rWpcrit Queen only with the
groat International daily at 1 p. 111. 1-23-lf
You enn get exicllent cotloe teas and gro-
cerlca nt 43 Holedud street. Cali betoro leaving
orders ilsewbcro. Prices as low as anywhere
in tho city. 1.2-lin
-Messrs. Hnermann Ilro. Invito all to call
and Inspect their stock of gtocerles wines
llnuors etc. at22l Alamo plaza. 11-20-tf
Ladhm' boots mado to order at the Llttlo
ll'o lllve. near Turner hall Houston street.
Wltrhell's Llttlo lien lllvo la not connected
with anv other tlrm In this citv.
-Full assortment of fresh staplo and fancy
groceries nt Huermnnti & Uros 221 Alamo
Anvtiiim) in tho boot and shoe lino made to
order from a man's low-quarter nt .l o to an
Kngllsh top boot at tbo Llttlo lleo lllve near
rooina cepca In' oil olivo oil tieas' and all
kinds of French prcservesat43 S ledad street.
You will alwuvs nnd at John rirady's While
Houso Parlor II ir Itlpy's band mado Sour
Mash Old llourhon and Doughter's Old Ityo.
"And tho villain still pursued her" as slio
ruhod Into tho Lono Stir Tea Huro to buy
California canned goods for 93.00 per dozen
und sho paid cash. 1-10-tf
Everything full at Emerson's oxcept Em-
erson. When you get Hat broke go to
Corroslvo sublimate Is the usual form of
mercury given for blood and skin diseases and
It Is ono or thn most active and violent pnisons.
A case la on record or the death or a child from
tho effects of corrosive sublimate sprinkled on
n excoriated surface. Taken In small doses
ror a length of time. It gradually settles In the
tissues and bones producing mercurial rheu-
matism nnd other diseases equally as painful.
Peri'ins who hae been poisoned in this way
or who suffer rrom anv blood complaint or
skin humor should by all means tako a courso
nt Swift's Specific which Is the only vegetable
F reparation which will cllmlnato this poison
rom tbes)Steiu. Send ror a copy of Treatise
on H ood and Skin Diseases free.
Tug Swirr Bi'ictric Co.
1-254H Drawer 3 Atlanta (Ja.
The International llolldlng and Loan As-
sociation. Tho abovo association Is now ready for busi-
ness. A largo number of shares of the llret
series ure alrcudr taken. Tboso who want
shares should apply at onco to avoid disap-
pointment. Tho advantage nt this association
is that share holders can obtain money ror
building purposes on reasonablo terms only 6
per cent. Intorest being charged and money
paid in can bo withdrawn after 30 days notice
to the Secretary. The association furnishes a
siifo investment and gives members the oppor-
tunity of obtaining a homestead on economi-
cal terns. William Holland
M. I.ixnxFit Secretary.
Office at ataltcl & Vogel's Navarro st reet San
S. 8. Floyd Sc Co have opened business nt
theirotlice 41 Woit Commereo s treot. Tbeso
gentlemen are members of tho Chicago llourd
of Trade and tho New Orleans nnd Galveston
Cotton Kxchjngts Thuy havobcon established
nt Galveston for sovcrnl years and do a large
business having corrtspondenta In every town
or nny prominence In Texas Tbeso gentle-
men give bank references. Customers can ask
no better than this. We predict that they will
do a large bttslnesa In this city. Ordor for
Cotton Grain and Provisions options hitherto
sent to New York New Orleans nnd Chicago
can now be execut d at home thereby saving
expense of telegraphing to those distant
ants ana annoyance aim aeiay ui waning
St. Leonard Hotel San Antoulo Texas.
This hotel hus lately been opened on tho
European plan and iTotnlses to bo very popu-
lar. Allol tho aiqiolntinentaare llrst classand
new. Tho rates aro SI ml and 2 &0 per ay
Tho nrnnrletor. I'hincaaP. Ixninsherv. Is a New
York man. and knows how 11 hotel ought to be
sept; and wo can answer ironi personal ex1
peril-lice that ttioso once euJol log lis coinforti
will bo sure to return again. Srbck men will
picaso make h norit ni tins. I'zwax
The Cause of rallure
Want of confidence accounts for half or the
business failures of to-day. C. Schasse. A.
Drelss and I.. Or) nskl ilrugista arc not llahlo
to fall for tho want or confidence In Dr. Ilusun-
ko'i Cough ami Lung Srup for they give
away a bottle iceo touu wnoarosuncriug wtrn
Coughs Colds. Asthma Consumption and all
aucetious 01 ino inmncanu iungs.
Messrs. riyrnes Sc Kerr ascontractcrs for the
lletoher Composition gravel roonng aro pro
pared to rill ail orders. Tho roor la proven by
thorough Investigation long use and thousand
or testimonials tn bo tho most economical
durable and best Ilro roor In tho market. The
closest scrutiny Is Invited. Olllco Nu. Z-Vi uim-
merce street. 11-aitf
Teu Thousand Dollnra
Worth or boots and shoes to b slaughtered nt
the wow York shoe house lust opened In tb
old Green Front on North Pierei street Men's
enir hoots. $1 f.0; men's kip boot tz; boys' kip
boots $1 2-'; mrn'a alltip rs 60 cents; ladies' kid
boots $1 25; ladles' slippers 25 cents; misses
anu touarcirs in proportion.
Klelndelust Si Shaw
Contractors and builders turnlsh and con
struct all kinds of fancy brick work "Wtnton
tiles." marble and slate mantels. Clilmnt-vi
and lltiea a speclalPy. Kvcry chimney and ttuo
Enquire or address Georgo llullnlg's Tlulld
Notice to the 1'ubllo.
I am prepared to do in first-class manner all
kind of carriage work trimming painting and
wooa worn i aiso mane a specially or norso-shoeinif-
l-7-3in Soledad street cor. Houston
Alamo Saloon Alamo Plaza.
Choicest liquors wines and cordials. First
class restaurant attached conducted on the l!u-
ropean plan; French cooking; p'lvate supper
rooms; an Kinus or aisues ojiers run. iraine.
pa lad etc. served to order. 0eu day and
Tn one of the best located and best paying
restaurants In tho city with regular run of
custom. The business needs and warrants two
WllhVvmtoJIOU). In safe and established bus!
nous. In Han Antonio. FulUecurlty for money.
A larjre and entbuslastlo audience attended
thoopeninv of tbo International show last
ereulnir Kvery act applauded l'erformancci
A number of tickets for San Antonio Me-
chanics' and WorklnKraen'sbull which are not
good not being corners lfrned. 1-35-lt
llorses fur Salo
One pair white matched horses fur sale; 15
hands nlch; will work slnjrle or double. In-
quire at Carter & Mullaly'i stables Alamo
City Properly For Salo !
1. ImnroTfrd nrnnertr on Accaula itrMt. od
postto Voramenda street.
2. Imnrorod nroDortr corner Navarro and
3. Five lot in l'oit borne steal corner uuk
HOd Kat Commerce itreot.
4. Tbreo luu. oornr Martin and Convent
itreet. coraprlsintr block No. 1.
5. Vivo lot on Camden atrect near Madlaon
fjUftr In block No. 9
7. Half lota on Ave nun I). betweenVlfth and
8. Houso and lot on Fifth itreet between
Avenues Jl and C.
9. nousoandthreoioti on Crockett cm aro.
10 Ten acre trrlirnblo land with lmorvve-
inenta on Harden Mrcet.
11. Threolntnon Dallas itreet near Madison
SQtinrp In block No. IV.
12. II oil so R"d lot. comor Franklin squaro
and Hidalgo street.
tj. Kitftit lotson uastro street southwest cor-
ner lot No. 135.
II. Three lots corner i;i rnio saiado and
Medina strccta In block No. 07.
15. Hlxtv.five and ono-balf acres with Im
provements under fence known as "Itaoeand
Fair (1 rounds."
Id. K (flit acres Improved trrljrablo Und on the
tower labor on South Floret street under
tenro flno teach orchard on part of Krounds.
17 FUtytwo lots wwt nf Alaran creek on
Duraniro street out of lot No. l;ti.
18. Twenty-four acres lot No. 210 west of the
Ban Pedro O'eek at crossing1 of International
and Punnet roads.
1U. Twelve lota south of Government depot.
Immediately on Grayson street out of the
20. On lot 1W feet front on Aventio II. and
running buck to river opposite Plxth street.
'1 'J wo lot a no. 2 ami 4 in block No. 47
Ac Wlcke. oomnrlHlnir bulldinir luts near Inti
nan on ui sunset ana uovernuient uonots. Kan
Pedro springs and other parts of tho city
which wooOer at I beral prices and on easy
iowm examine mi? write- conveyances
ttend to the renting of houses neirotlate
Instil on reasonablo terms. Notary Public at
oUloe. J. II. FUKNCII CO.
zr.i Commerce street.
BARGAINS FOR JANUARY
11 Hilton Si Young 20S tV.st Houston
310 large well located lots nesr Sunset depot
SU nloe building lotson Tobln'a hill.
HOdeslrablo Ion near Ban l'edrn Springs.
10 twentr.rnur acre tract. no.r Prosuect II1U.
will be rold at nbirgaln.
KM) deslrablo lots in all parts of city from 5M
is acres witu nousoor u rooms wimin ono
mileor International depot.
Small tracts or land I rom 15 acres and up
wards within a short distance of city for salo
2U0 acres noar citv at 7 oer acre. Nlco for a
Htnall farm with
head of cattle ror SIUUO.
Deslrablo business ooportunltlca for persons
seeking an opening.
i ouse ana 101 in -i uiru waru ror vmu.
If Mill want to Inn.r In rral rm nr nnr.
thing call on us. We cheerfully show custo-
mers desirable bargains.
For Bals at a II irgaln :
Tiro Waskicgton Hand Prtssev
1000 POUNDS OF TYPE!
tiro vie r Lonir Primer Tlca and Nonparlel.
Good order and plenty of sorts. Address t
T. 11. JOHNSON
1-21-tf) Light office.
- CASINO HALL FEB. 2.
diver by tho
Y. M. B. A.
To bo had of tho Committee-It. H. Martinez
r. riwcncr r. a. jairoes m iiceumg jr.
Iotils Felder Ous Zocllcr.
Thrrn will hn twn nrirot rrlvAn tnthn Imit
mal rfnd femp rhnraefr in auks.
WasMtaiiis MarWe Top Tables
33-COMMEROE ST 35
CARTER & MULLALY
42 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA.
fnnerali (Tarnished With Kvery fteqalalt.
Special attention given to forwarding bodies
to all parts of the United States. IVTelephone
connection. Calls attended day and night.
3fOur Shoo Department Is the largest and
of many years bas taught us what class of goods are tho best for this market. We keep all
sites and the different last. Now Vork and Philadelphia flno goods a specialty.
CtTY IDPLXJO- STORE.
IlAOLAjrB to rnoi'itiETOits dkalehs in
Drans Patent Meaicines Toilet Articles Perfumery Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at
Gouts' Suits Young
Late Shipments of Boys'
BEST MAKES OF.'BOOTS AND SHOES.
IV The abovo are new departments and
llought at prices that enable us to sell them to
SI-BH REG ml
Fall and "Winter Goods
In tho latest styles. Most beautiful DllESS GOODS ercr
before opened In tho city.
JjOVTBIsY ailiKS BATINS
la all the latest shades and styles. The finest assortment of ladles' embroidered robes and
other novelties In embroidered fabrics. Including French organdies etc. as well
l the lateit itylei of sateens and worsted goods and an endless stock
of laces scarfs handkerchiefs gloves ladles' cloaks wraps
and all articles of ladles' furnishing goods for fall
. and winter In tho latest designs.
I have Just received the largest and most varied stosk of men's youths' and boys'
slothing ever brought to Western Texas. Gent'i furnishing goods for fall
and' wlutar comprising everything for gen-
tlemen's complete outfit.
cram FURN ITUREfflffl
nrIn asking the attention nf thefurnlturo buyers to his stock this winter Mr. Wolfioa be-
'llevea that he Is advertising for their good as well as his own. Tho assortment Is larger than
ever before Including the newest and best mado. There are many now and beautiful designs
In parlor and chamber furniture of first-class workmanship In great variety and all that la
new. A f nil atoek of matt-esses end bedding. Tho
Otters most that la new and additions aro being made dally. Customers ato Invited to makes
comparison before purchasing elsewhere L. WOLFSON northwest corner Main plaia.
best assorted to Westers Texas. F.ipcricnco
all hours. Commerce street near bridge.
and Alamo Sts.
Moils' Suits Big Boys'
Suits at Very Low Prices
every dollar's worthof goods la new and fresh
the satisfaction of the consumer.
BOTTLED BEERS: SiSS
COR. MAIN PLAZA.
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