The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 39, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 14, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Thursday February 74 1884
Wo nro determined to buck agalnit U
prices of our competitor!. Come and
Examine our prices and Judge for jour-
selves. 1'AUL IVaQNEK
2-12-tf San Antonio Tex.
The wonderful contortionist so much
advertised by 1. T. Ilarnum Is tilling an
engagement at the Vaudeville thentro.
Jessie Field Lena Todd Insulting
language $5 each; Jim Dnggnn W.
Kcnelly drunk $5 each; N. Martinez
committing a nuisance $S; C. Fulton
careless driving $5.
The sidewalks on Avenue C aro In
progress now and It Is hoped will soon
be finished. City Assessor Frasch thinks
there aro a great number of mossbacks
living around that part of tho city who
won't put sidewalks down In which case
the city will bo obliged to do It for them.
Justice Adam'! Court.
Before Justlco Adam this morning
tho case of tho San Antonio Fertilizing
company vs. AV. Y. 'Walling and J.
I'latts was dismissed while tho caso of
the samo company against Laux was
tried by Jury and verdict rendered for
Only a Suggestion.
A superintendent of sidewalks Is to bo
appointed by tho Mayor and the present
City Engineer and Architect of Laredo
Mr. J. Case contemplates making San
Antonio his permanent home ho would
be a most valuable person to fill tho
position. TJio Light knows him to be an
experienced and competent man.
G. II. Kaltcyer concreto dwelling
30x40 south side Nolan street $1000.
W. JIalbaum lumber dwelling 12x21
west side Camden street $250.
J. II. Mason lumber dwelling -10x40
west side San Pedro avenue $1450.
S. Ilermann lumber dwolllng 14x21
cast side Dallas street $150.
Alvina Klocke soft rook dwelling
40xC4 west side Madison street $2750.
Mr. E. C. Everett who returned from
Austin this morning says that while the
train was at Adams' station a crowd of
colored boys attaoked the train with
rocks. Several passengers and train
hands got off and pursued the boys
firing at them with pistols. The latter
however got clear away and the train
which had been delayed about 15 min-
utes then started.
Tens Sunday School Contention.
The ninth annual meeting of the Texas
Sunday School association will be held In
the city of Terrell Kaufman oounty be
ginning on Tuesday the 20th day of
April at 8 o'clook p. m. Let every Sun-
day school In Texas be represented.
Ample preparations are being made by
the good peoplo of Terrell to entertain
all who may come. J. II. Hendricks J.
McCoy J. C. Storey Executive com-
mittee. InTormaUon Wanted I
As to the whereabouts of Fred Fries
aged 20 about C feet tall dark hair and
eyes small black moustache fair com
plexion wore dark sack coat black pan-
taloons with small white stripes dark-
brown felt hat and No. 8 shoes. Last
seen on Commerce street near Main
flaza on Monday night February 11 at
1:30 o'clock. Anv Information will l.n
thankfully received by George Fries at
the Sunset depot or J. M. Nixon at
Texas and Wells Fargo fc Co.'s Express
In Ouest of a Son.
A lady residing in Iienozonla Ohio
slcnlnz herself Mrs. Sarah Jnhnnnn
writes to Inquire If any Information
could lie clven her concerning lmr inn.
Henry Johnson who left home last Octo-
ber for Mexico via this State. She Is
very much distressed at not hearing any
tldlntrs of him. If anv one could alii ihl.
lady In her quest of an only child they
wouiu oonrer a great Kindness Dy ad
dresslne Mrs. Sarah Johnson. Ilenzonla
Ohio. The said Henry Johnson can get
o letter from his mother by oalllng at the
This morning this tribunal was en-
gaged In trying Qulrlno Garcia for the
theft of a saddle. The orlmlnal business
of the term will oome to a close to-mor
row afternoon. Tho following new
suits were commenced: Miller & Eng
lish vs. E. M. Miller suit on promissory
note; Leon & Blum vs. E. M. Miller
suit on note.
The grand Jury is still In session
though should they return fresh Indict-
ments they cannot be put to a trial be
Wht the Reporters Learned on Their Tour
Through the City.
Tho river Is being dragged for Fred
Elk Lodgo No. 35 Knights of
Pythias meet to-night.
Leap year ball of tho Casino associa
tion this evening nt Casino hall.
To-day Is Volcntlno's day sacred to
mischief makers as well as to lovers.
J. M. Hamilton & Co.graIn and pro
duce dealers havo a card in tho Lumr
Tho caso against Perry tho man
who pursued Christina Conncrs was
dismissed this morning.
Dr. Breeding has returned from n
professional tour to Fort Clark and will
be permanently in his ofllce.
Qulrlno uarola was given two years
In tho penitentiary for tho theft of n sad
dle over $20 In value this morning.
Tho Sunset has mado another chango
In the tlmo of running their passenger
trains. Sco tlmo table on third page.
Tho ladles of the Woman's Homo
enterprise will continue their festival
to-night In Sam Maverick's new build-
ings on Alamo plaza No. 218.
The cold snap last night and this
morning is proof convincing that winter
Btlll lingers In the lap of spring. It Is
about time so think tho stock men and
farmers that he got down from there.
Old man Marshall who wos shot by
McCoy two evenings ago Is resting well
and has a slight chance to recover.
McCoy his assassin is still at large
though the oMccra aro confident of his
Two funerals started tho same tlmo
this morning from the San Fernando
cathedral had tho samo service by tho
same priest and wero In the samo pro-
cession though tho deceased wero of no
kin to eaoh other.
Justlco Adam rendered a verdict
yestorday In favor of J. P. Klco against
tho San Antonio railway company for
Injuring a horse belonging to plaintiff.
Illco sued for $150 but received only a
verdict for $100.
Items Cleaaed from the Hotel Corridors and
Various Other Sources.
Hnl Gosling returned from El Paso
Dr. E. M. Tarvln is at Flatonla on a
Major Bethel Coopwood of Austin Is
staying at the Central.
W. It. V allace Dlstrlot Attorney from
Castrovllle Is In tho city.
Dick Lombard one of tho legal lights
of Eagle Pass Is In the olty.
Samuel Gillespie a conductor on tho
Mexican Central railway with head-
quarters In the City of Mexico Is In the
city to-day on his return to his duties.
Ho was chaperoned by Captain I red
llogers of the Sunset.
Arrivals at the St. Leonard hotel : J.
A. M. Thompson Carrlzo Springs; J. H.
Peck Lavernla; Charles Lehman Mis-
souri; P. Gueydon San Diego; Mark
Calmcs Lexington Ky.s M. Painter
Dallas; General J. It. llaylor Nueces
Canyon; A. G. Thomas Floresvllle;
Oscar House Galveston; Win. Itedus
Devlne; P. D. Finnegan Cincinnati.
Arrivals at tho Central hotel: John
Frledrlok E. L. Cook S. J. Ellis M. S.
Hutchinson J. It. Hamilton Austin; G.
W: Crenshaw Cotulla: Mrs. M. A. Mur
ray and family Ilurnet; H. M. Miller L.
F. Greenwood Indian Territory; D. 11.
Lay Lavernla; J. E. llrown. Fort Worth;
Charles Mattock New lork; Joseph
Jackson llryan; W. I.ehr Kendall
oounty; Frank S. Cahlll. Mcintosh; A. C.
Johnson Mrs. Harriet awan New York;
J. E. A lseman Lavernla; Mrs. Itlloy
Lavaca; W. G. Walter Charleston; A. O.
Cochran Port Gibson; L. Capo Del ltlo;
11. G. Anderson C. Burnett L. A. Hood
Gonzales; J N. Curtls Laredo.
Tho report of the Jury of vlow In tho
Bandera road matter reoommendlng a
change petitioned for by Dlgnowltyand
others was adopted.
The report of tho Jury of vlow In the
Converse station and LodI road was re
ceived and adopted.
The report of the Jury of view in tho
Somerset and Garza crossing was re-
ceived and adopted.
The report of the Commissioners on
the Babcock road for assessing damages
for tho opening of said road was rejected
on tho ground of being excessive. Tour-
nat was appointed to see. the parties and
if possible effect a compromise.
Tho report of the Surveyor on the
Fredrlcksburg road was referred for a
more complete report giving the names
of the parties who were trespassing on
The reports of the Surveyor on the
Gonzales Castrovllle and Somerset
roads were accepted
A few small accounts were audited
and tho oourt adjourded until 10 o'clock
Frank Starr Is just In reoelpt of afresh
shipment of fine Berwick hay oysters
put up in cans of different sizes. Call
soon as they are selling fast 2-13-3t
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORT.
Reported Specially for the light by i. S. Floyd
& Co. Brokers.
Kiw Tone. Tebruary 11. Cotton apote
dull; midland 11c.
Nam York 11.39 p. rn.-Futures-dull: sales
10Uz; Afrit 10.IBC10.&3; May ll.07Otl.08.
CniOAflvj February 14 Wheat quiet at
i receipts ku.uuu uusneit : suipments it -bushels.
Cnrfi-fttparir: iWli centi: rocplntu
442.000 bushels; shipments 110000 bushels. Meis
pork-firm at$U.A0. Lard-firm at $10Jj.
Hogs receipts 17000 bead.
Nbw Orliikb February li. Cotton-dull;
midland 10 Ml cents; Bales &00 bales
LivinrooL 12;1S p. m . February 14. Cotton
hardening;; uplands 5i pence; Orleans
pence; sales 10000 bales; speculation and ex port
1000 bales; receipts 10300 all Amerlctui.
At -T-one Star Tea store 423 Ewst Houston st2t
For Ui Utixt Thirty Vnjt nt Pnnocwut't.
For the next DO dun wo will nlTer to the nub
He (treat banriilni in rcmnnnta of full find win-
ter stock con sis tin of heavy clothluj? oyor-
coAtf. hat shirt mid Kurrnentu cowarx
undorwenr hosiery etc. Also a discount of 10
per rrnt. will bo mado on all reeulnr (rood.
BARGAINS FOR FEBRUARY
FJno hulldlnjr lots on flotith Florea stiect
pry central) ncTcr been on market before.
CnriKT lot n. :ti)il- finis onrnrr Arscnnl and
South rccoAitrcc) chenpat $7fi0 each.
Kkfftnt lots on ToMn hill ety cholco loca-
tion alsoH number or line lots on fan ldro
avenue run bo had In ipiantlty forrpcculatlon
unoico iota in diocks u nn-j jo on uoiiau ana
Walnut strcfte at from flWO toJTUOrach.
Lnlsaml cnttnurs of various sites nnd con
Olilons near International railroad depot.
Also a fowmoroof those cheap residence
lots cast of and near B unset depot will foou bo
Hcvcral Improved places small cottSRC'.ncsr
(loTorninent depot. Hue locality to rent
iiifruowmy nut 101s nncn in iiiecny.
Hnndsomo now housc.slx rooms and kitchen
1th lflnre lot. eteirantlr furnished thruim-h-
out on eluvated k round near Government
depot: a raro bargain can bo hud in this prop-
erty for tbn price; win only oiler for Febru-
ary; prlco J'-tW).
Tnken tin and In eltr titMirul nn rornir
of IlaM hi id West Houston streets on tho lUtb
day of IVbruarr.
One bay horse Spanish brand: one red cow
branded W; mio brlmllo cow branded JIM);
ono red cow branded 7: ono red heifer no
brand which will If not redeemed beforo sale
ho sold at tuibllu auction to tho hltrhext
bidder for cnh nt said pound ut Mm hour
of 11 o'clock a m on tho lUtli day ut l'Vbru-
n n. man ics man the amount met. ny or
Inanco will not bo received for anr animal
put up at miction. I'll If. Hiuudkim
- h-h Ajarsuai.
Tho uronfnf tho nuddlnir Is not In chcwlmr
tho string but In hat In nn opportunity to tout
tho nrtlclo direct. O. ISehasAo A. Drctaa nnd L.
Orjnekl druwlKts hao fret trial bottles of
I S. Floyd & Co. llrokers
In srraln provisions and cotton. Quntatlo
veston. Trades can bo mado and closed any
tlmo durlnir business hours on last quotation.
Mn ruin on vrulii 1 cent; pork 2A cents per bar-
rt'tj lard E0 cents per tierce; cotton 1 per halo.
No lie.nl-nclio or luck-ache for ladlci
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
Bold by James Clarin and I.Orynskl druggists.
Ten Tlioasflnd Dollars
Worth of t toots and shoes to be slAiiirhterM nt
tho New York shoe house Just opened In tho
old (Ireen Fronton North Flnrcs street. Men's
calf boots. S3 f0; men's kip boots K; boys' kip
uoois i ; men a suppers wrenis; muier kiu
and children's in proportion. 123 Ira
A book-keeper of 12 years' experience wants
situation In an oince. or as salesman In a
grocery. Good rolerences. 'Address "Hook-
koer" mis oiuco. --u-Jt
aUevenB Jt Itass
Ai-oilolntr a (reoeral Insurance business at ZIS
Commerce street. Fire life and accident. All
business promptly attended to. 2-13-7 1
rteautlfal Flv Gallon Cans
Furnished free to customers with patent
faucets so that a child can All latnns and not
spill a drop of oil by Alamo Oil company 218
Choleo furnished front room new stone cot-
tace.two blocks from tho nostolUee. A only at
la llowlo street 3-U-3t
A flrst-clii navinc business. Coffoo and
grocery storo. A ifood stand Must bo sold.
Co mo early. Hilton & Vouno
it vo iiouetou Direct.
Flvo hundred ladles to call at tho Green
Front auction houso North Flores street or nt
UlBoledad street for bargains in second hand
turnfturoand household uroodt.
1'rAitsoN 3c Colton Auctioneers.
Several stores on Houston street near brldire
and several on So led ad stroet. Art storo on
Commerce street opposito Groos' bank. Ap-
f-30-tf No. 226 Avenuo'c.
Pchool Hooks Stationery
Periodicals msKazlnes newspapers and all
klndsof novelties can be found at O. W.
Haldwln & Co.'s 25? Commeroo street 1-21-tf
Alamo OH Company
Will oron and bo ready for buslnoss Thursday
tho Hth. Glvousacalt. 2 18 ft
rtallroad tickets bouRht sold and exchanged.
Reduced rates to all points at Harnett's tiokot
o I lice In Sim Hart's cfnar storo. Main plaza. Ut
Mines chnclder& Klrcbner ml'lllneiy and
fancy roods have removed from 271 Cora
merto street to Commerce street where
they havo added a new fresh stock of goods
Trees for Sal
Ten thousand Umbrella China and a larjre
stock of fruit trees arbor vlttes shrubs and
roses next to postolllco. Trcos delivered freo
rat en t faucets guaranteod by Alamo Oil
company 9-13-3 1
Cabinet i(7.e$5adoKpn until further notice.
Other sIcb in proportion. A.N Callaway 413
and U& Kust Houston street. 1-11-tf
by buylnjrjrourpTOcertes from f. O. Muek at
And Don't Ton Forget It I
That tho now MSonatoM saloon corner Sole-
dad and Houston street keeps tho Tory best
of liquors wines cordials ana clirnrn. l-tf
Do You DoMbt
Whether you can net the best of ll(uors.wlnei
cordials aud clfrars at the "Senate" saloon
corner Sotedad aud Houston streets f Try
Tou AVaat AnjUiInt
Clio! co In liquors wines cordials or cigars
don't fall to ask for it at tho now "RonaU"'
saloon corner Bolodad and Houston strcots.
Do Tou Delleve
That any saloon In Tcxra keeps better liquors
wines cordials and clfrars than Lonirluottl
corner Bolodad and Houston Btrcets f Go and
Private Lessons la French
An evening class In the French lanjrufljro by
a bachelor of arts and bachelor of science
from the University of Paris. Terms mod cr-
ate. Address No. 10 Pecan street. 1-30-1 tu
John Iteynolds Generml Collector.
Offlco with E. J. Gallagher builder. No 11
RveryTuosday and Saturday at tho Green
Front auction houso. Consignments solicited
l-2a-tf Phausoh Si Cor.Tos
"WINE OF CARDUI" makei roi hceki
and clear complexions.
Sold by James Clavln and U Oryn skl.dnifffflsU
Itoom for Heat
With board In prlvato family. Address CM
Dr M. IS. Tarvln Dentist
Successor to Dr. Weemt. Office 413 East
Houston street. Up stairs ii-iS-im
11 J W. Hradley XAntl AgenU
Nlca cottafrc well built fronting east on
Milam square No 1000 offered for low than
Now cottatre olefrantly finished 7 looms ono
block from Ban Pedro avenuo t3i00.
Two story commodious houso nf 1 rooms
halls and galleries two cisterns stables etc.
on Han Pedro nvenuo. Great bargain
Klffht room hard rock houso and two room
soft rock fronting on Marketaud l'rcsa streets
and adjoining" Casino hall. Bplendld Invest-
ment. 114 aero farm within two hours rldoof the
city river front six room house colled through-
out 60 acres cleared and fenced orchard of
live acres (rood well and cistern Prlco $20tU.
Bli nlcooottajres In Ward 4 prlco 91.ZUU to
I3.0U) payinir 1& to U0 per c nt. rental.
ImprovfHl farms dairy farms runch proper-
ties with livo stoca lawo lxdle of laud in
Texas aud Mexico.
llousoof 4 rooms trallorles etc. with i lots.
No. 1110 West Houston street.
Two larffo lots corner of Bolcuad and Xlodrt-
Two nlco cottages. It rooms each on Fannin
Nice cot t a re of S rooms on Avenuo 1.
Cottntro of 4 rooms rallerlea stable etc.
3 cottaffes or. Avenuo II.
814 acres In Karnes county on Hondo creek
fencd. 100 acres cleared and Zl in cultivation
IS miles Houth of Helena nnd 1 miles from
Dallcyville. Fine Improvements well Krnssod
and timbered. Apply to J. W II had let
11-Str 4Q2 Houston street.
Bare money by seelnjr Armtrnnir when you
are decoratlntr your housts south side
House with three looms for rent; lnoulro nt
Uradcu hotel. 2l:K!t
Ieave your orders for the eelebrated Colson
brick with BUlTcl k Vote I. 1-3 1-1 in
A supply or Colson brick always on hand at
Btaffel A Vojrol's warehouse. l-Ul-Iai
Goto Bulllvan's 2itt Commerce street. f6r
tour boots and shoes. lU3-lm
If you want first-class stock In shrubs or
plants seo Armstrong 2-1 MOt
Good secondhand sewler machines nf all
makes frjm $5 upwards; lfunrsnteed In per
feet order. Oil parts and needles for all ma-
chines. Orders by mall solicited. Address W.
G. Krps 408 Avenuo II Ban Antonio. X l-40t
Mliod Paints $1.60 per (ration pictures frnm-
od In every style window shades at cost. Wail
papers and decoration also iln and bouse
palntfrr i specialty at Dt Voire V Spencer's
'Mi V.mi Houston street Telephone No. 70.
Strictly pure Ixulslana molatsoi at Lono
Star tea storo at 40 cents to (15 cents per irallon.
1 will hold this irood for 10 days only.
I. U. Mrf.k
2-13-tf 403 Ksst Houston Street.
For fruit trees seo Armstrong. 2-IIdOt
Fine Assortment of Furniture
If rou wish to buy furnlturo or household
coods of any description our ndvlco would
be: Go to a reliable wholesale bouse which
makes a specialty of-cnrrylnc a larjre and com
plcto assortment frnm tho cheapest to tho
finest grades for nt such n place you aro apt to
tors pillows upholstery nnd In fact every
thloir In the upholstery and furnlturo
line. Also a fine lino of ofllco desks nnd
chairs; brackets etc. He has Just received a
lanre assortment of children's carriages nnd
express wafrons which will bo sold at bottom
figures. Your inspection Is Invited. Itcmem-
b'rthe place L. Wnlfsou corner of Main
phum and Accqula street where you can al-
wai b tret the best articles for tho least money.
St. Leonard Hotel Stii Antonio Texas
This hotel has lately been oponed on tho
European Plan and promises to bu ery popu-
lar. All of the appointments arc first clflBsand
new. Tho rato Is X'Z DO per day. Thu
Proprietor Phlneas P. IjfHinebcry Is a Now
"ork man and knows how a hotel ought to be
kept; and wo can answer from personal ex-
perience that those onco euJo Irur Mb comforts
"WINE OF CAPtP"! " cures irregular
paiujul or ditlicult iiicilrttation.
Bold by James Clarin and L Orynskl.druirfflsts.
The Vaudeville Theatre
V. II. SIMMS General Manager.
r'o?. FEB'Y 14 15 1617:
Flrat Inrt n Gmnil 3I.Iiince of Vocnl
nnd Initrum.iital Jlmlc ITItU Vtlt
and ATlsdom llj th. Company.
Otms of Music Fred Iljorth nnd Orchestra
Vocal solo Miss I.sna Havl
Slclgbt of band and Illusion hr
Mr. Frank Naonl
Vocal aolcctlons K Itty (julnn
A conglomeration of comlo effusions vocal
nnd otborwlsc br Ned Kelly uml Hurt
Vocal Gems MI'sJoslo Simmons
llcmarkahlo fcata of contortion ....AJax
Vocal selection (bcr Drat apnearancotntbls
city Mlrs Llule ltobtnscn
Ijiiifbabla and.blfrblj .muslnr sketch en-
titled "Ktcolslor" Hd Sjlvcster nnd others
Operatln selections Orchostrn
Th Little Mainet Joaqulna
Thn acknonledKed burl'squs pools Irish nnd
Dutohsona-s nnc dances....
-Montcrtef and Rlcer
Vccal selections Miss Lena Hazel
Hurt Watson In hlsspoclaltles
Hni press of Molodi- Mips Klttr Qulnn
KD 1C1ILLT IN UIS BTATUI5 CLOO I
1. rcaoei S. Tho Bcrirar lloj; S. Cain Blaylnjr
Ills llrotber; 4. Death nt Auol: 6. Off to
l'rlson; n. Iluco Halt; 7 Introducing different
styles of danclntr
As popular prApnasesatn? and pleasing ns
ever MI9S Joslo Simmons.
JustUrrlrvd andln groat domand....
... r.i) Mo.NCJin:r
Hrlglit particular Btar. . Miss Little Iloblrson
He Kill obllgu 1'rank Klco
Little gem of sonir and danoo. Joaqulna
Tho whole to conclude with Kelly Sc Watson's
laughable attcrpiece entitled .
Muldoon The Senator.
Muldonn Burt Watson
Fred Lester Mark Grayson
Charles Jones Ned K lly
rollceman (11-tt Frank Klco
Waller.. JUl Jloncrlef
Mra. Muldoon Ida Grayson
Mr. Losler. Kitty .Qulnn
Other characters... fly tho Company
A raornlnccnt bill nlsn announclnr for Mnn
day evening. Febrnnrvlft thn 11 rat ppe.ranco
In San Antonio of ClIAltLlI! FltYi: iho
world's greatest ralmlc nnd comedian; also th.
daihlnir nero-comlo vocalist MIBd JliNNIC
iiuivaiui. ud inisuaie also wm oe mo reap-
pearance at the old homestead of tho brilliant
J. M Hamilton & Co.
Wholesale Dealers In
. Hams and Provisions.
Cor. Houston and
Bt Mary's strooU
tlT'Our Shoe Department l the largest and
of many year has taught us what class of goods nro tho best for this market. We keep all
alzeaand tho different laits. New York nnd Philadelphia flno goods a siwcialty.
ED. STEVES & SONS
Doors Snsli Minds Shingles Etc.
O. SC. MUELLER
Paints Oils Wall Paper
Window Glass Mirror Plates Artists" Materials
finishes and Everything to b. found In a Tlrtt-Claia Paint Store. Tlctur. Frtmlnr and rin.
Sign Work a Specialty
Manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement.
(Mice ana Factorj 300 80S S. Laredo Strcpf San Antonio.
Tho best material now offered to fbo publlo for streets and aldewalk paving rrieea KlraU
S.1".".'.-!!0- rtT Ulu Second.class 2(o. Heforoncos! r. Groo. President Oerman-Enjlisli sV 1:
F. W. Lnnge. Treasurer San Antonio Labor association. Vrlti Illpport Oeorg. H.Stuml V.
Ji u. stumborg. r 21-iy
OIT1T ZDPITJO- STORE.
nAGi.Asn co rnopimtTons dramsiis in
nrnns Patent Meflicincs Toilet Articles Perfumery Etc.
Prescriptions carefully oompounlod at all hour. Commereo street near brtdg..
WOLFF & MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
KBARGAIiMS IN CL0THING
Guilts' Htiits Youiitf Mens' Suits Bij Boya'
Suits ami Bcliool (Suits.
lato Shipments of Boys'
BEST MAKES OF
ty"Tha above ar. new departments and
llnuht at prices that enable us tn ell them
JlAxna'a Orricn I
Citt or San Aktonio.
Tebruary 7 18M. 1
In accordance with a resolution of tho City
Council adopted February S MM and by
virtue of tho authority onferrod on mo br
the charter and ordinances or the city I
James H. French Xlayor of tho city of Han
Antonln do Issuolhls my proclamation order-
ing and directing that an election bo held In
this city on
Saturday March 1 1884
to tako the senso of the property tax payers
on the following proposition via t
Shall the city of Ban Antonio borrow the
sum of it-W00O) three hundred mU Mir
thousand dollars and Issuo bonds therefor
said amount or so much thereof as mar be
necessary to bo expended In tho construction
of proporand sufficient drains and sewers In
tho city limit".
Kloctors will have written or printed MFor"
or "Airalnst" tho proposition as th. nsc
Polls will be opened from 8 o'clock a. ra. to
II o'clock p. m as the following plaoea to-wlt i
mendl streets. Presiding Judge. 0. 0. Arte
Ward Nn. 8 at the Alamo Presiding Jndge
Ward No. t Alamo street aear La Yllllt
street. Presiding J udge. C. K. D'eneman.
In testimony whoroof I have hereunto slrne
my name and have caused th. seal of
L.s.1 tbeCltyofStn Antonio to bo affixed
thlalthday of 'obruary. A D.. 18M.
J. II. FRENCH.
Mayor City of San Antonio.
F P. CfcAwpoir City Clerk
Itest Instruments. Ilcstwork. iieaion-
aMe ratoa. 413 Eait Houston itrsot.
bettassortod in Wostern Toxaa. Experience
Retail Dealers in
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
C.atm.r.. (tr.at Umm A.taoU T.xava.
Suits at Tory Low Prices I
BOOTS AND SHOES.
every dollar's worthof goods Is new and fresh
to the satisfaction of the consumer.
Waslistaiiils Ule Top Tables
JJ3 COMMERCE ST 35
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