The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 66, Ed. 1, Monday, March 17, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Monday March 17. 1884.
Wholesale nml retail dealer In
Crockery Glassware Woodenwe.Lamps
Gonornl Housofurnlshlng Goods.
REMOVAL .'. FAMOUS.
Our kind patrons and the publlo In
general will please take notlco tliatVo
liave reniored our store (The Famous)
from No. R Commerce street to No. 23S
Commerce street next door to A. II.
Frank & Co. Besides our former
stock we can now oiler for sale n new
line of goods which we In our new
stand offer at surprisingly low prices.
Come one come' all and he convinced.
I. MARK S & CO.
J. W. HANNIG
Wholesale Itctall Dealer In
Furniture Carpets and Mattings
Oil Clothi Window Shades Kto.
87 and IB Ooinmr roe street flan AntnnloTox.
Madame Slnghl the greatest llrhir clairvo-
yant la now stopping ot the Mcnjror lintel .
room IUH wbero she can be consulted nn bltal-
new losses enemies law a'jlts absent friends
love tnarrlarn and death. Pay rof lined If not
The Cun Club.
The scores of the Gun club yesterday
are as follows. 10 halls each at 18 yards
rise I'rcscott C Olsmlth 0 Thelle 8
Young 0. Tlielle won. Second match fi
balls each curiously enough all members
tied at 3. On the' tie being shot off
Olsmlth won. Third match 10 balls each
otthe same rise Tlielle 4 Young 2
Ulsralth 0 ITescott 7.
Habeas Corpus Hearing
Charo and TIJerlna the two Mexicans
arrested and Jailed for alleged conspl
raoy to assassinate Speolal l'ollceman
Coy have made application for a habeas
corpuB hearing and were brought out
this morning for the same. The hearing
was postponed however until three
o'clock this afternoon and the men
leased upon giving their own recog
nizance In the sum of f .'.00 each.
Burled This Morning.
Mrs. Velth. wife of Mr. Leonid Velth
a gentleman with D. & A. Oppenhelmer
who died yesterday after a lingering
Illness at the aire of08. was burled this
morning at 10 o'clock. The remains
were followed by a large concourso of
friends and relatives among whom the
deceased lady was well known and
Mr. V. Frledrlch met with a serious
acoldent yesterday morning. While
standing on a ladder In the act of putting
boxuo move piping away on a slieir he
Bllntied. and While ft ill In. Ma l.nnil
passed tkrough a glass window severing
mo main anery in ms wrist. Air. l'rled-
rlch must have bled to death had not
Dr. Christian who was oloso on hand
attended with great promptness to the
wuunu anu Baveu ms patient
l doing well now.
Tho examining board convened at San
.antonio Texas by paragraph III
Special Orders No. 17 current series
from these headquarters having exoused
from further attendance at his own re
quest on account of sickness Sergeant
Major Samuel It. Jlyer. Nineteenth In
fantry he will return to his proper sta-
iion r on uiarK Texas.
The Quartermaster's department will
mrnisn tne necessary transportation
Ilecrult Leander O. Ilea enlisted
the recultlng officer at San Antonio
xexas is assigneu to company D Six
Crowd From Austin.
On Saturday night a rumor was cur
rent on the streets that a crowd of Den
Thompson's friends were on tho Inter-
national train bound for San .Antonio
and that they had avowed their lnten
tlon of avenging their friend's death
When the train arrived quite a party of
Austin people got on nut tney were none
suoh as had been expected. A party of
young fellows bent on a nights frollo
came over "only this and nothing uiore
Tho polloe were on the alert however for
any demonstration and were prepared to
deal with the desperadoes.
Young Man Desires lo See Policeman Coy anil
Following close upon tho heels of the
Thompson tragedy came tho arrest of
two Mexicans for an alleged conspiracy
to assasslnato Coy. Saturday night
another incident occurred which served
to keep allvo tho flagging excitement.
A young man whoso appearance was
calculated to attract nttcntlon entered
tho Vaudeville theater and purchasing
ticket went up stairs to tho dress
circle He was clothed In n very heavy
overcoat although tho night was warm
and wore n now Mexican hat. Finding
no ono up stairs ho camo down
and went Into tho parqucttc.
Hero ho nsked a .waiter wbero
Policeman Coy was and upon the latter
replying that ho did not know asked to
have Cor pointed out to him as soon as
no entered ino waiter tout Vuy ui wo
man' peculiar conduct. Again tho man
went upstairs and put the samo ques-
tion to the waiter. "Thero he Is" said
tho waiter pointing to Coy who was
standing on a chair regulating a lamp.
The man became very excited and at
tracted Coy's attention who fearing
from tho man's actions soino mischief
was up drew his pistol and ordered him
to hold up. When searched a now large
sl.eil pistol was lotinu on mo stranger.
This was retained by the policeman
and the man went out. Soon he returned
with n new cartridge belt on filled with
cartridges. Mr. Slmms entered soon
alter and the man commenced pulling
off his coat nnd acting excitedly. He
was again nrrestcu ry (Joy nntl required
to give a bond for $."0 for his appear-
ance before tho Recorder this morning.
George Williams vagrancy $10 or 4't
lays; Jack Wilson carrying pistol S2.;
Nelllo Meyers Joo llarleman A. Grum-
burg Mike O'llrlen drunk and disorder
ly. S5 eaoh: C. Kosse carrying pistol
23; Mike i'annln vagrant $5 or live
days; A. C. Wilcox drunk and down
continued; B. Sanders insulting lan-
guage George MoCormlck leaving team
alone Yantls Duncan driving loose
Btook through streets continued; Joe
Baxter driving loose Btook through
streets Alex Varga assault Vv. Uavis
vagrant dismissed; L. CIcmentB disor
derly and T. F. Wntson violating hack
ordinance postponed; Kd Stevens dis-
charging llrearms nnd using Insulting
language to otlleer continued to Vi cd
Baptist Church Yesterday
Last night Mr Meyer preached n very
Interesting sermon at tho Baptist church
tho text of which he proposed to por
tray the foolishness and uselessness of n
man thinking contrary to that which tho
bible commands Mr. Mover bcloncs to
a ucnomonation oi tuo iiaptist cuurcn
who teach and practice feet washing am!
tne triune immersion on iiaptism. Tiiey
also believe In the "holy kiss" that Is to
say the greeting of the hretheren by one
another with a kiss this authority Is
drawn from St. l'aul who tells all men to
greet one another in the nbovo manner.
Bishop Meant Work.
It being feared that others would par
ticipate in the Ed Stevens fracas a num
ber of police officers wero sent for and
arrived to escort the prisoner to Jail.
While the struggle between Captain
Karber and 1 was going on n tall fair
man went up with pistol In hand say
ing " I can't ha vo this." Bishop Imme-
diately drew a bead on him but learned
he was It. Davis Deputy Sheriff of
Medina county who meant helping tho
officers not opposing them. Davis sub-
sequently showed his papers and had a
laugh with Bishop over his (Davis') In
ALL FOR THE SUFFERERS
Was the Concert al Turner Hall Saturday Night.
The Beethoven Maennerchor and Men
delsohn singing societies assisted by a
number of our best amateur singers un
der the direction of Professor Katzen-
berger gave their long promised enter-
tertalnment at Turner hall Saturday
night for the benellt of the Ohio flood
sufferers. The hall was about two-
thirds full and will probably net Beveral
hundred dollars. There were printed
programmes but the same was only
partly followed and several of the
pieces and actors were ohanged which
was quite confusing especially to
strangers In the audience.
The'grand chorus singing of the two
singing societies was tho best on the
programme. Home or the others did
very well nnd received the customary
The most conspicuous stage; setting
were the two line New Enc-land nlanos
placarded for which the liberal and
enterprising miielu House or Jthodlus
Tempsky are agents.
Another President Born.
Henry Hunt tho mason and contrac
tor is as happy as he can possibly bo
this morning nnd Is setting up the treats
for his friends. Another candidate for
President Is born and weighs 11 pounds
Ilnncll of Keva T.nt
Tbl mornlnir between 7 and 8 o'clock. They
ward vM I e paid If returned to U V Ilotr-
Macreme cord and a full Btook of
ranoy goods ror runoy work of all style
8. Mayer's. 3-13-01
Wanted a 1'artT
W.h29?. cnh t" 'nrairo In an ontcrprlso
whlnh will enntilo hlin to double hl money In
six wt-eka' time. Addrecs "0". It. W." I.hiiit
Hone for Rule
I off or for sale my Moriran tnaro -Dolllo"
KfnUo stylish and fait Ave years old. U) Jianda
kW' spltndld rnidtorlnb.irnoiriir Bad.
d lo. Can bo noon at Dunn it Cmlth'a livery
For the nrettlest novelties In iiin
of neckwear for ladies and children go
to S. Mayer's. 3-13-0t
Ilock houso with live rooms (Hit ildo
Maverick aquaic. Inquire on premises. 15
0UR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is How Open and Ready for Business.
We take nlcasuro to Inform our cus
tomers and tho publlo generally that our
tailoring department Is now open nnd
ready for business. Mr. J. J. Jlartsch
tne wcu-Kiiown taiior wnonas tno repu-
tation of belmr second to none ns n cutter
and Utter has been engaged. We aro
ust in receipt oi n largo lino oi nno J'.ng-
Ish. Frenoh and German patterns of tho
latest spring nnd summer styles and
weight. Suits will be made to order at
lower prices than over before known In
this city. You aro specially Invited to
glvo us a call examine our goods nnd
worK anu get prices ucioro orucring
(our spring or summer suit innuo. nt-
slactlon warranted. J. Joikk & Sov
Alamo Btrcet near Postolllco.
1SOO l'alr of I'anta
Vnr sale at anil hclnw coat. Thcao must Anil
will bo sold to mako room for my now sprlnir
and aummer stock now arriving.
3-0 tf A. l'ANCOASTSBOtr.
Dissolution of 1'artnershlp.
Tho r-artncrshln of ButlTcl .V Voire! hns Leon
dlMolved and tho undorslgncd will carry on
tbo business In his own name.
Thanklmr mr frtenda And tho publlo for
many favors shown tho firm. 1 now rospect-
lully solicit a continuance of their esteemed
patrotiairo. 3-H-flt Krara DiArnu
rlotollllileahnliner.V Walker's on Soli dart
trcet for the best Hbcnnaii hay at retail or
uy car loia. u-o-im
Flno line. Just received by J. Josko &
For San Antonlo.-TlioSltnaUon Improving
A number of prominent merchant Inter
viewed report a considerable Improvement In
Undo lately and express coofldenceof another
boom for B&n tit on to provided wo have
timely rains. Among others Air. h. Wolff on
reports a steady Incrcaxoof buMnes. and b
llevlnir Iti Its uufitlniiJtutM. ho Homo tlmo slnro
ordered heavy stocks of (food nf all klnis.
wnitn no isuany rtTiivirK in mrtfo iiuanuues.
Wo wero Invited tolnspeut hi new stock of
clothlnir (rents' turnlshim? jcoodrJ boots and
h(M. hntsond caps and wo found ho was in-
deed well stroked wo behold an endlert va-
riety of men's ami bojs elnthlntr. In vhp'
mens tweedn diavontilSt llitnneN. 8trtro and
alpaca. In suits and In pit eve 11 no rhlrte whlto
anu in coiore; tiecKwear nair-iiose etc.: Hus-
ton mid rtilladclphl hoots eho sund slippers
all irrades and sizes for men ad bojs; bats
id caps enouiil) to mizzlo lou. mostlv of tbo
famous Stetson multc from it llht nobby to a
heavy stockman's sombrero. Alv) a fresh
stock or straw hat of all styles end sizes for
men boys and children all contained In ono
innjr room tno ionjrst in Pan Amomo ami
for ml hit nn arm v of trnnrls stirli n nn inr.
cbnsor should tall to Inspect nnd lenrn tbo
Tho beat smoklnir tobacco la "Llttlo
lly J W Urttdley Land AcenU
Nice enttiim. rtl hnllt frnnllnc mtrnt nn
niutiu e'iuare no uut) oncrcu ror iehs man
prt stilt cost.
New cutUifri' elotuMly finished 7 looms ouo
block from Kiin l'cdro avenue $V00.
Two BUir commodious house of It rooms
halls and Mllcrlcs two cisterns stables etc.
i onii rcnro iirrnne. vtrcai Darr'un.
KJicht Y't mi. htrfl rock linucii nnd two
soft mc. fitMitinKim Market and 1'nwn ntreets
ann anjniiHnir hmihi nan. splendid invest-
ment. lit acre farm within two hnunt rldenf the
ciry river irom six room unusoceiie! timniirn
nnujAj acres eiearcn ana reneea. oren.mi
five acres irnod well and cUtrm. Pilw ill.tyi.
nx nictMiuiatree in ward pttce fiou ut
tlse with II
stoox. Unco InMlfr ot land In
Texas and Mexico
ot 4 rooms Kailurles
with 4 Ms
No. 1.110 Went Houston street.
i wo iarre mta. cum r oi o edad
two nice of iltAtrt i ;i rooms rnch
nuu eutlair'or ii roomtoti Aenuo II.
Oottjo or I looms ifriUerle" btnhle. ete.
Hcnrtmm t Avenuo It.
SHHCr-KlM Kariimoimiitv. nn Ifnmlu crook
lenced. lU)HlrtN clemM nml 1 In i ultlvuKnn'
15 mlloa rtouth of Helena and 7 miles from
iJuni'Tvinu. rinc improvement wnu irrasj-Ni
.i iiuiuemi Appiyio i. w. iiiuniur.
k Houston stroci.
Several Cyiress Water Cisterns
Tor sale. Apply at John Copeland'sclllco No
230 Commc-reo street. a-U-7t
at San Pedro S prions res tu rant Is now open
uruny uoaruers. iilJ-IW
At Snii Tndro Springs furnlkhes nil Ulndrtof
Siiiaiis onumentni dicms dovtifd or run tec
cream &e. lor iuriuduna uiuiiue. u iv.
VlsIUnirthc springs should not fall touivo
IlcrnphlU's lunch counter a call. Ico cream
sandwiches pastry and everything tlrsr-elass
Tho nick stoi 0 with wairon yard attuched
No 41S Kaat Commerce street AIro tho bind
anme entlrtlyliow framoilwelllnir No.UIji-
tltte atrout.wflh alv moms and nil fonvenluorea
To dettrahlo tenants the above iiriierty will
bo rented low. (lonnoN & IIkiiiikv
3-3-tf No.: Boledad Btrcet.
Boys' Clothi. in.
Fine line Just received by J. Josko &
1 on can iret oornod beef atBcrntaveriiouiH
at the Itorrtjerator market opi.n.site H.itc
Mavcrlok. Tryltl 3-13-tt
Ital'rtM'l fleket. liotlirbt.aold Mnlxe)ianirril
ttein'd litiea mull 1 nlnl.. at liana 11'. Hike
oUlio.lri Sliu llart'a uiirar ato'e. lit..ii pluMi. rlf
Fii'l lino at Frank Ol.inllli .V Co'. No. 210
tjotilllltl cc Itrivet 111
Treva for Hrtle.
Ten tti'iiltand Ulntilella Ctllllil and a larun
BtiH-k .f frill treeo. nrhor vliie" ah rub.' mid
iiiiioa ntjft ti jvoatolllco 'Itcea dellU'rtit frru
Ur M. K. Tarvln llentUt
Haa returned lo the city and unit bo found u
lila oinco 413 lUtt llouttonatrcet. 3-a-lui
School Hooka Stationery
l'erl'Mlloula maKazlnea new9paocra and all
llandaomaly Funilalieil Itooina
With boards alio day lm.tr d; IOT V.M llimnlon
Headnuartera for ladles and clill
drcn's underwear In all grades and at
iuo lowest prices at a. Jiaycr s.
Slimmer silks Just received and
avciiuiK na 111 llglll Bllltues ai a
Tbo continual rusb at S. Mayer's Is
enough guarantee Unit lie sells bis goods
iu iuw ugurcs. ll-li-w
Tho prettiest liarasols and fans aro
to no lounu at a. .Mayer's. 3-13-Ct
Ileua. for Sale or Itent
Atat.1 Klirhlh alroet butween Arenuo Hand K
i nquiro nr DUUKl ticket oiuco
BARGAINS FOR MARCH.
lr Hilton A Youne 208 IV.at llouaton
Onn of tho mott dcalrablo anil contrallr lo-
cntol Iota full alze with Improvement iun
nlnir frnm Polctlaa tn Arciula atrtfti two
n ttorv. of hru rtMitna fruntlnir Accnula
atrcetjoiirtof flvcrooina fronting on Hulcdari
"trwt. Will sell tho entlro property forjcduo.
A)aj n nlnu room .tons hu'uso on Boutli Alamo
atroct very ci-ntral largo irroundf with av.ry
lurira frrapo vinernni anu oinrr iruur; ju
worth nf irrnnoanlnno anld from tho Itlaco fine
xao iwo piacoa anovo aro nn. iTropcruoa tor
n InvcBtlnent. and aro olTorod at ft irreat
tlvo rootnfHl atone houao with about tbrco
lariro lota corner I'rcaa nnd Martlucs atrocta
very eontral and a very dealrabto propertyi
tho irround alone la worth liinro than tho urlco
naked for the whole; price '4CKJ0
Nlco rock liouso new five rooma; ball front
and rear irailcrlcn with lot and n half on Ave-
nuofj. A barvain with caay payinenta ror
oiono coitnfre.oi nvo rooma R-nnerieB won
no ahnde and fruit treea. atable and rarrlaire
boue nnd trfKid alrnd lot en Avenue tt bo-
Vnrntit Inla. fnrtna. rnnelie. dalrv farina nf
all aires nnd dtacrlptlon. for aalo at a bargain
nnd on caay tertna. Call for our suldo nnd clr-
lar lor mionanufl eto.
Iite of Iird Si Taylor's of New York wlehca
Notice to the l'nbllo
I am prepared to do. In flrat-claaa manner all
kind nf carrlairo work trim mlna- painting and
wood work. 1 alao mako a apcclalty of boiao-
Ilargalns In embroideries nnd laces
at S. JInyer's. 3-13-Ct
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures coallvcncsu
and sick headache.
Sold ty Jamee flavin and t Oi t n-k i.i'rurfrltta
Don't forget to co to S. Mavcr's and
nnd look nt the bargains Is the general
verdict among tho Indies or bnvo you
been to .Mayer's? Why be Is selling goods
so low as will Induco you tobuy. U-13-Ct
.Those white troods and embroideries
nnd Inccs for yokes and sleeves aro very
pretty now displayed nt S. JInyer's.
Ladles: Mrs. S. Mayer Is In receiptor
some of the leading styles of trimmed
nnd untrlmmed hats hats and will be
picascu to snow tiiem to you u you win
favor her with a call. 3.13-Ct
St. Leonard Hotel 8aii Antntot Texaa
Thla hotel has lately hetn nponed on the
lurnncan nlnn. and t roinlaea tn ho verr noun-
lar. All of tho anonlnlmenU arc flrat cliiaannri
new. 1 bo rate la 52 1X1 per day Tbo
proprietor t'luneaa i iunsnery is n new
York man. and knows how h hotol ought to bo
kept; nnd wo can answer from personal ox
lerlenco that tbnsu once enjoylnir Us comforts
will bijsuru to return aaaln. Btnck men will
please mako a noto of this l-22-3ui
Art School of l'alntlnjr.
OIL water color and ehlttiL nalntinir Inuirhl I17
Mlsaea Wen twin th nud Upson at studio 211
lt Houelun stroet next to vvintbcr'a trai-
ler) llsautirul pictures. Call for terms nnd
(leorce VV. ltuss & Co.
for sale.' Ollice2li! Commerce street. 2-21-iUt
2-ln-tf 402lst Houston Ulroot.
We have tost lirnni'hl. frntn n.u. nl Ihn
best Now York bouses iv competent and sober
piumoer 1110 oniy Kinu wo keep now.
numbers Crockett Illock opposite Alamo
Every smoker should try "Little
Stevens & Iluss-Geo W ltuss A Co.
Hro tlfo and accident Insurance. S-Sl-not
Wo will ulvo snctbil attention tnthnrent.
mr of hous. s. All mrsonl lialnv li.tn-na In
reiusni uiu mil iihi us. (3 ' III
MR'N'S & (IU8KII
Mr. Albert Nordnninn. iditn3 tuner baa n.
inoM-d to No. 3i Uollad street telepbouo
A full lino Just received by A. I'ancuast Sc
I'onutv health anil linpplncsa for lrdles
H " WIINb ur UAHUUI."
For tho best tneata 110 to tho ltcfrliforatnr
market oopnsltc Hotel Muverlok. 3-13-tf
S. S. Floyd Si Co. 44 Commerce Street
llrokeralu irralii. nrn klnna. rjllr(.l ati..-l.a.
t'otton. Quotations received ovory 6 mlnuics
iruiu iiiiimiro uiverpooi new lorw now ur-
leans and Galveston. Trades can be made and
closed any time durluir business hours on lat
liintatlon. .Mm kIii on vrnlu 1 ivnt per bushel;
pork Si conta per band; lard 48 cent per
tlorco; cotton $1 )er bale; ommttslnn una ns
cxchanires. Pally reports received from the
imcairo eamo maraer. 'll-mi
FOR THE LADIES.
Tho goods now displayed at tho popular
Aro tho prettiest nnd chenpest ever be-
foro brought to this city Mr Mayer
says he Intends keeping up his reputa-.
(Ion of selling cheaper than his oompetlj
tors nnd the ladles will save from 10 to
ID per cent by purchasing from him A
call and an examination will convince
you that he only does as he advertises.
The following are only n few of tho great
bargains ollered :
Job lot of linen towels at $1 CO $2 00
nnd S3 00 per dozen worth double tho
Linen handkerchiefs 7Iic. $1 f 1 60 ?2
and ?2 CO the best bargains ever ollered.
Napkins In odds nnd ends almost
White and cream plaid laco and plain
lawns at 25o. worth JOo.
A few more of the spc. lisle thread
Ladles' nnd chlldrcns' staw Mother
Iltibbnrds 25o. nnd USo. apiece sold
elsewhere ntCOo. '
These goods must be seen and ex-
amined to nppreoluto tho low prices
placed on them so call and bo convinced.
WOut Sboo l) partition! Is the I a nest and beat assorted lo Western Texas. Kiorlenoe
f many ears haa tauirht lis what ilaaaof goods are tho boat for this market. Wo keep all
I thsdirfort'nt la-Is. tie York and
ED. STEVES & SONS
Doors SftHh lUimlH Shingles Etc.
Yardsatl.iO. N. ltnllroad Depot and ati
O. II. & H. A. Itallroad Track ou A!amoda8t (
.Oj S0LEDAD 8T. NyK
Manufacturer of Mesqulte Block Pavement.
OlDco and Factory aoo 808 S. Laredo Strcpt San Antonio.
elasaSSc. tier loot. Second-class Jto. Iteferenooai
K.lf.UnTninmBuAiiloiiloUlior aasocUtion. Krlu Ulpport (leoriro iC -Jtuml '
it u. ntumberir 7 sh1v
CITY XDPIXJO STORE.
IIAOLAND A CO PKOIMtlBTOItS DRAI.K118 IN
Bnn Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Perfumery Etc.
Prescriptions carcfullr compounded at all hours. Commerce street near bridge.
O. K. MXJE3L3LiER.
Paints Oils Wall Paper
Window Glass Mirror Plates Artists' Materials
llrushos nnd Hvorythlnir to bo fuuud lu a Flrst-ClMs Taint Store. Picture Prnialnit and Pine
Blrfn Work a Ppcclaltv. Comiuerea Street Van Antonio Taiaa.
235 Commerce St.
tWAienla for Kimho Co Now EiwUnd PlanoCo nud Chrlatlo 4 Kona" pianos. Itblca or-
itans. Latest shot intislo always on hand. Gall and svo them. 2-lS-ly
With S Detitsch & Co.. oorner of Commeroo nnd ITaln plara. Fine stook of
German Kngllsb nnd French goods. Best work guaranteed. 3-6-Otn
A. J. COBELDICK&CO.
Milliners and Costumors
I'orfi'ct fit ptinrnntroiU Mnurulntrnnii:&fan-
telft h RNH'U!ty. All onh'n promptly attomlcHl
ti). A I rh.l b.MvIUh1 m MuRt Houron Htrn t
C. Schietel grop.
Ko. (IS (siruer Avenue H and Wovi'iitli street
Purnlahed rooms tn lei by dty week ov month
at liberal prices. KWm
HARRY C. MILLER
STENCILS AND 8KALS
Metal checks door plates bouse numbers etc.
No. 8 Navarro street adjoining Groos' bank
Sin Antonio. 1-ZMf
f. w. McAllister
SucceMr to V. W MaA I lister
3t Hro. dealer la
Groceries Conntry Produce Etc.
Austin wbito lime cement eto. Goods do
llvered f reo to all part of tlio city Lowest
prices guaranteed. 2U1 cor. booth Alamo and
VIIIIUiBtrrets. Telephone No. 163. l-S-m
Forty years' trial bi proved " BLACK
DPI AUGHT" tho best liver medicine in
Bold by James Olavlu and I.Orvnskl druitirlsU.
Philadelphia flno ko.1 n apoolalty.
Retail Dealers in
O A M AMTfiKTW TIJVAC
OHN A IN 1 U1N IU JliAAo
Y. (lr.. ProLiant n T?.USlra.. i-T.". 'Ih
San Antonio Tex.
TIN AND SHEET IRON
and Corrugated Iron for
HOOFING ani SIDING.
Fencepire Nails Tinners' Materials.
Estimates furnished for Iron-clad
J. p. LooKirnou
Nos. 8. 10 aud 12 Yturri st Sau Antonio.
French Dyeing Works I
(Gaeu's) JULIUS ZANDKRS l'rop.
Is now ready to do all kinds of dyeing
and soourlng on short notice. Satlsfac-
tlon guaranteed. No. II Casino street.
GEO.W. VAN VORST
LATHS SUINOUCS FTC.
California Itedwood sash doors blinds and
mouldings. Cer. Dawssn aud Chestnut sta .
Baa Antonio. Telephone U. 1 l(t-tiu
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 66, Ed. 1, Monday, March 17, 1884, newspaper, March 17, 1884; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162809/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .