The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 118, Ed. 1, Friday, May 16, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Friday. May 16. 1884.
To please. Examine our prices on
IIOUSK FUlHJISIIINa GOODS HK-
KltlGEItATOIlS WAltKK COOLKltS
before you purchase elsewhere. We
always guarantee our prices lower than
what they can le bought elsewhere. Wo
lend the market anil will never allow
ourselves to be undersold.
Taking reference to out former notice
of removal we now would most re-
spectfully notify our kind friends and
eustomers the arrival of the latest
styles in Millinery ladies' furnishing
and Fancy Goods as also an addition
of Dry Goods and Notions in a great
variety so that we now are enabled to
guarantee every one kindly trying us
in rices quality style etc to give
Soliciting therefore the kind pat-
ronage of the public we promise to
I. MARKS & CO.
Cook Stoves Tinware.
Paints and oils etc. 10 Military Plaza
San Antonio. 3-C-Ctn
. r. MRtiDi.
R. M. PrHElDA.
X E. Cor. Commerce ftud Alamo SU
Sacecwor to Perelda Droi eiUbllnhed IH
formerly on Market street. All kind of ro-
palrtna done In a flnt-claM manner l-U-3m
The Vaudeville Theatre
V. H. SIMMS General Manager.
PROGRAMME FOR MAY 1516 1718.
The Senegamhian Judge
centncltles or Uenlust
O rerture-"Kcatlng'a Tru ok" U reheat r.l.
Vocal Ocnn Mlae Klt'leQulnn.
The Mlltalan Mlmlcv
SHEKIDAN AND FLYNN
in tbelr Irlib Musical ripeclalty Till!
I.rrlclams Mlu Cleo Mendoza.
Keating to the front with Chllcouucarncttnd-
tatnelos. Vocallsms MlssGractQ Mar.
The Queen of Cluba MlMCIaudle a-alle per
tormina- some very Intrlcaio evolutions eg
tremely varied and curious ai an exhibition.
Pathetic. Etfuslons-Jotm Coburn.
Now comes Sheridan and t'lynn's lilt of
TUB CLOCKMAKEU'S HAT."
Bberldan l'ljnn Sparrow and Mlra May.
The Q rest Aerial Artlati
In their wonderful evolutions of
Le Trapeze Pcrlleueo.
The daring and reiklessocaa of life and limb
displayed by Iheeu artlata aeall and hold the
aiwctator spell bound with fear for their
falely. Hut the irraoeful and caiy manner
In which they aooompllsli the moat dlmcult
foata. at once reassures and Imprewea the
apecUtor that they are tnaateri of their art
Heating's great act-"Dolng Ilia Wealilng."
Motto Vocallsms John Coburn
Bong and Dance Mlaa Oracle May.
"Alderman" Flynn Will Now Amuse Vou.
mill Keating and Sparrow's laughable
... ..Kitty Qulnn
... frank Sparrow
DR. M. H. HUNTER
Office 103 Eaat ITouston street opposite Av
Whl Ins Reporters learned on Their Tour
Through the Clly.
The "show" at; Krlsch's hall last
night was very unsatisfactory.
The ladlea or the Christian church
will repent their supper to-night at No.
403 Last Houston street.
Divine servlcea at theTeinplo Ileth
Kl this evening at 8SW and on to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. M. 0. Anderson has announced
his Intention to become a candidate for
the District Attorneyship of Ilexnr coun-
ty agn rut the field.
A trio of young Han Antonio lawyers
have gone west prospecting. They
travel tinder the names of Jiart Lane
Kugene DeWltt and Sampson Ulraud.
The Sunny South minstrels spent a
very pleasant evening at Joe Morris'
last night. There was some fancy spar-
ring between Carrlgan Wheeler Gal-
lagher Howard and an unknown .too
Morris allowed all of them to plug at
hlm-but without any success on their
llsmt Cleaned from the Holel Corridors snd
Various Other Sources.
.1. S. Hull or San I.tils l'otosl Is In
S. S. Terry of AusUn Is ot the Mav-
erick. Old Undo .John Wilson Is In from
C. W. Tandy or Seneca Mo. Is stop-
ping at tlm Maverick.
U.M. Glider registers from Hllllstcr
Texas and Is stopping at the Monger.
W. I.. Winter editor of tho LtniiT.nnd
wife arrived front St. Louis last night.
Mr. A. C. Petri of Galveston well
known In Journallstlo circles Is at the
Mr. II. Von Keller of Logic Pass a
ltrge sheep rnUcr Is a guest at the
Mrs. l.Maas and Messrs. Max and J.
Mans of Galveston wcro among yester
George Hartford formerly proprietor
ortho Menger hotel bar Is now located
In New Orleans.
Mr. P. t'. Tnvlor. formerly of this oil j
and now or Austin Is staying In San
Antonio with his family.
J. II. Whlsner started for Austin this
mnrnlnir In order to attend the mask
skating tournament there to-night.
Oray Nichols the Jolly fat hoy of the
Sitnact.'ls In the city. He makes his
headquarters with Colonel J'. 11. Freer.
Mr. N. O. Lanne n prominent Insur-
ance man of Austin accompanied by
Mrs. Lanne and child Is a guest of the
Mr. C. A. Olnocchlo. owner of the
Olnocchlo house Port Worth Is staying
nt the Menger accompanied by his
Mr. Wahrenberirer Is back from it trip
to Kngle Pass where he was the suc-
resilm architect for the Jail and court
Mr. .1. P. Lvans of the firm of h'vans
and Moore sheep men arrived at the
Menger with his family to-day from
S. J. Arnold of Uvalde. Uvalde coun
ty Is In the city. Mr. Arnold Is n mem-
ber of the firm of Arnold llrothers. large
J. C. Evans of Kendall countv. Is In
the city on business. He says he left L'd.
ami uis partner (wuo uas a large nc-
nuaintance In San Antonio) on the
ranch enjoying himself shearing sheep.
Winter Woodard In St. Louis Mo.
on Tuesday May 13. by Hcy. P. Sheehan
W L. Winter of San Antonio and Mrs.
Jennie Woodard of St. Louis.
Corsets 1 Ccrsels 1 1 Corsets 1 1 1
The Summer corsets and the Hall's
Health corsets are taking the lead for
comfort and durability. Ther cannot
be surpassed and every pair guaranteed.
O.lb-W '' Kit.
Is oflered by J. M. Kmerson whereas
you can get bargains In gold watches
diamonds Jewelry and almost anything
else you can think of at the extra auc
tion saies nt ins esiaoiisumeni ao. 12
Soledad street. Sco advertisement else-
where. Llppe's Garden
A new dance platform has been erected
and considerable Improvements have
been made to this garden which will be
re-opened on Saturday evening. On
Sunday there w ill also be dancing. The
Llghth covalry band will be In attend
ance and a good tlmo inoy be expected.
The Alamo Cement Company which
owns the Shllllnger patent for putting
down the sidewalks now so common In
tho city yesterday sued out an Injunc-
tion In the Federal court to restrain cer-
tain parties from using the process and
patent In laying sidewalks. The parties
who nro M. Costello George Pullnlg
William Shaw nnd others were served
with the Injunction yesterday by Mar-
shal Gosling. The hearing of the argu-
ment In the matter Is set for July 7
when It will be heard before Justice
A Grand Display
Messrs. II. Cunningham & Co. having
moved from their old stand on Com-
merce street to their new nnd spacious
store Nos. 28 and 30 Houston street tho
largest shoe store In Texas have
Ol.W.r.l nn nn Imm.nlA .ln.L- f '
ooys. lauies' anu omiuren's boots shoes
and slippers of all kinds anil descrip-
tions which they cordially Invito the
general nubile to call and Inspect before
purchasing elsewhere. Prices to suit
tue nines aim an purses n-'KMit
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
By Lambert Dargan Real Eslate and Money
oroaers. no e aoieaaa biock corner
Soledad and Houston Streets.
One-story frame cottage four rooms
front gallery stable etc hydrant water
suatle trees wire fence In front good
neighborhood two blocks from street
car line large lot offered for a few days
large rooms servant' room kltoiien
uouuic gallery irunt anu rear iwo-siory
stable and carriage house lnrcn Int. nn
OlWe street next to Commerce cheap
for $0000. Terms easy. 1
The last onn of T.nmliprt'a lr.ntittrnl
homes on Garden street.wlll be finished
In a few days and la offered on the same
terms ns the others. Come quick If you
Ten one acre Iota nn I'manncr 1.111 nil
tnlrably located for S100 each on easy
terms. Kach one makes four building
lots and la a fine 'sneo' on small capital.
T wo or Lambert'i modern residences
on lloinano street adjoining High
I . V " "ompieiion wilt ue
otlercd In n few dava.
Six elegant building lota on Tobln'a
EllKjhlo building lots on Government
East Comtneroe street and various other
yn ui 1110 oily.
We also have for sale several hnml.
some residences which cannot be de-
scribed in so short ft space but will give
full description at our ofliee anil shoyv
iuciu iu uny parties lntereBieu
Storage clean dry and r.hcap nt 4(ii
Last Houston street. tf-12-10t
Great reduction In dress patterns
Hstcen combinations at $B worth $7 SO
Hatlste $0 M); Chambray $R. They are
bargains. WMt S. Maykii.
I) it A. Oppcnhelmer on Moln plaza
mean what they say. 4-28-lm
Try Sheets Corrovon & Castles for
lino goods nt common goods prices. 1m
Securooneof those line bed lounges
nt Petllltpaln A Lea's. 6-JMIt
The cheapest bed spreads lace cur-
tains table linens towels napkins and
all the housefiirnlshlng goods can be had
at S. Mayer's. 6-T(Wit
Go to 237 Commerce Mrcet next to
Nctte's drugstore nnd exainlno James
Martin's boots and shoes n line slock
and enn please nil. l-IO-Sni
lEcsolutlon revolution und dlisolu-
Hon nt 217 Alamo plain. Go there for
Another lot of nll-ovcr embroidery
Just received nt S. Mayer's. ft-lw;t
Forty year' trial Isi proved "BLACK-
DflAUCHT " Iho lieaf liver tmillclno in
Sold lir Jam.eCiHl In and L llr nak Urliavlfla.
You can clothe your children cheap
by going to S. Mayer. MMt
Just received and on hand $2000 worth
of furniture and household goods that
must be sold Inside of IS dajs. Come
early nnd secure bargains.
B-tMit PirriTf.ti.v fc I.nt.
I). A A. Oppenhcliner on Main plaza
nro positively selling nt cost to closo
out their slock. -l-iS-lm
A line lot or ladles black llslo thread
and cotton huso Just received by H.
Mr. Juan Mnnuet CJiat cz ono of our
most respectable cltlrens has formed n
partnership with Mr. NarclsnLenl In tho
live slock nnd general commission busi-
ness. The llrm will bo Leal A Chavez.
The friends of both these gentlemen arji
requested to continue their liberal
Mayer is closing out his entlro stock
of children's dresses nt greatly minced
We call particular tllentlon to tho
special sale nt tho Mammoth Clothing
llouse. They mean business nnd we
would advise everj body to Inspect their
"DLACX-PnAUGHT" ur.n ualivciitjM
i.ml sick lieaiLichv.
. i ... 1 I a r. 1 1 v -l
Tho largest and cheapest stock r
ladles and children's underwear can bo
round nt S. Mayer's. B-lU-Ut
High class Plymouth P.ock Light
llrahum nnd Lniigshnn eggs for sale by
lavo jou seen those new patented
I lounges nt Petltpalu ft Lea's. N-t;t
Sheets. Correvon & Castles ut 21!
Alamo plazn are selling an elegant slock
of goods nt a sncrlllco. fi-O-lm
Mayer hai the prettiest assortment
of figured and tlutled Swisses white
lawns nnd embroideries and ut tho low-
est prices. C-10-Ct
I). & A. Oppcnhelmer on Main plaza
are not advertising their stock ot cost to
draw a crowd but to fell their goods us
thty ore going outof the retnll business.
Lvery smoker should try "I.lttlo Joker.''
No lieail-aehe nr In.k-nclie for lailici
who drink " WINE OF CARDUI."
8nld by Jaini Ciartn and liirynalil.ilruirglaui
Klegant rooms with board at Mrs. S.
K. Winn's 018 .Wenuo 1). 4-23-lin
Mayer sells gloves cheaper than any
other house. A lnrgeassortinent always
In stock. .Vic-lit
l'arlor sets bed room suits at low
prices at Pctlipnln & Lea's. S-S-Gt
Men and Boys
If you are In want or a summer suit or
anything in the furnishing goods line
stop at 309 and 311 Main ula.a. where
you can llnd what you want nnd nt
Mission Garden Concerts.
There w ill bo musical concerts held at
this garden every Tuesday Thursday
Saturday and Sunday evenings. Ad
mission ju cents. Jj.UAll.NCKE
At M cents a yard nt J. Joske
ofko t Sons'
AI lOi East Houston Street
You can buyn largo refrigerator for $30
cost S100;one four horse atiibnlanco $.V)
cost $300: one twohorseambulanco $100
cost $."i00. Furniture and household
goods dirt cheap. 1 an J. Colto.v
Men and Boy's shirls
All stzca and all grades arc being sold at
cost at 300 and 3 1 1 Main Plaza.
At SO cents a yard nt J. Josko & Sons'
Alamo street. ;-i.-.i
Towels I Towels 1 1 Ton els 1 1 1 '
lot of extra lariro oatmeal towels nt
$3 per dozen worth $1 nt S. Mayer's
Should make It n point to see P. J.
O'Connor's new stook of dry goods shoes.
etc. ut No. 2.3 Commerce street. W."tf
prlnfrs every Minnay anc inoti'i. Aien nally
helco music from :l:.Mto Hl.aiJ r. in. 1-lJ-tr
At 309 and 311 Main nlazn vou can Inir
Men's Illuo Flannel Suits nt $1. -t-lS-lf
Only Think I
cents at 300 and 311 ilaln plaza. ' 1-lS-tf
and examlno our stock of clothing nnd
lurnisning gnous an at actual cost.
Dollar store building.
Children's Dresses I Children's Dresses 1 1
My entire stock or children's dresses
Dissolution of Partnership
Our orltrlnnl Invoices nro onen for ln-
spetlon and we oiler our entire stock
of gent's furnishing goods and clothing
at cost as wo win uissoiye our co-partnership
in about 00 davs.
5-0-lin Shflts ConitEVO.N- & Cabti.es.
At CO cents u yard at J Josko & Sons'
way Rent Old Pianos
When you can rent now square nnd up-
right pianos cheap of Thomas Goggnn
The ofllce of the Merchants' and
.Mechanics' llulldlng and Loan nssoola.
tlon has been removed to the now Sole
dad block corner or Houston und Solo
tiati streets room 8. w. A. jionynuk
E. 0. C. Ord Post No. 3 G A. R
Friends and relatives of decensed nx
Union and ex-Confederato soldiers nro
requested to notify the undersigned ns
to tue location oi lue graves or tne tie-
having' appropriate honors paid to ihelr
ineraory. a. nuitN
Adjutant E. O C. Ord Post No. 3 0. A
J l. (Garden Btreet No. 237.) J5-2t
Special AdfertliemenU Sucn as Wanted for
Bent Lost round Personal ror Sale tie. Will
be Inserted fnlhls Column at the rate of 3 lines
for IS cents each Insertion. Each Additional
line 10 cenls.
P at'alhed dolnir ario-l rmslnc... tlanafl of
Ml rolt.r Into oilier bu.lnca4. A'MrLsa
"HusliirsV' thla oltlce.
rANTKIl TO HKNT-A nnall rmttage with
if cltV. Adilreaa "Tenant" this
I.Kallon ami price. lt-10-tf
V t l.nn nrw. for paV.
ilreeaT II. Johrieon I.lglil iilDco
WrANTP.D- Alrl in I .genital buu) woi
t In n sin. II ramlly. Miut nudeialanil
waahlna 'ami Ironing. April at ton linuno
oulu Aliniomllia. 5 M tt
I.VHt HUNT - Part of bnitaoln gentleman and
1 wlff ult.lble for houai kieplng. Imiiilro
ntStnll. tiatonalrtr. &-U2t
SAN' VI'.DIIO KI'IIINDH -I'aitlin. laign or
email. ruppll?i with r. frrahmrtits wlm
tnii.le and IIiMir at anytime on shnr no'lie.
Miltlslactloll guarantreil. 4-tlM I .
eprlng. I-A-s !.- will ftjwell In call and ei-
ainlnf rf.'ir ILirgalns con be had. 'f-'USm
UIM IIKIt.il ATOIt Ml". VIS All klnda of
n..ig nrK.liicat tl.e HefrldcrHtnr mr-
k. t. Ilnua wialtul. IMI-tf
IV mra'a an In 1 tin Hi I
oejio.tle llnu I Mnrxrlnk
309 & 311 MAIN PLAZA
ED. STEVES & SONS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
Doors tfimli Illlnds filiinglcs Etc.
WlatcJfiSiVSS& SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
get corned beef at
Sfnta nernounil at III llefrli
aei. oppoaito liotei a
1 Marcrlck. Try It I H-LT-tf
Ml'OKTANTTO KA M t LI KM M r. William
l.lpi" has reopcnM'nls ne.t llttlo ganln
hlcti has teti tilted up In nnatalrio. He
krep cnjl liter fmoti81f ntnJn
ItruIlAiilo for prltato ftmlHf. M title fverr
fn iirttnj and biln-Ur ntubli. i mrr Ilnwlo
and Nacofrdooliei Ktrwfi. 410 (Iw
f10 HUNT Nice furoliheel hoio tiMir AH-
J mo)7-tlHorn.Mi;ouUIio kltthfn nnd
t-ctlsp. Ii'miercftionnfalf. Inquire of lrorifo
A Hull iti burner llouiton Ftrrtt & 1fl-tl
r Turner. Mast
J. M.lliirAKT-M.'inlieri'h eagollAnrd 'f T de
end Meiehanta' Huhatg" 81. Ixillla. B. H.
llairli- Member. Oattoton CotKm Kg.
elinngn A.tl AIO"AMriiEl.l Member Now
Orleans Cotton llxehaegi. and Clnengu llrard
ofTnule. It 01'Al.xrii.ean Antonio Tenu.
S. S. FLOYD & CO.
44 COMMIMlt'i: ntih:kt
SAN ANTONIO I : ! : TUXA8.
Heferti trlnta.lnn lo fackwooil Ac Kaintt-
nunn. Ann Antonlis Texas.
Suits and shirt waists all nt cost price
nt the Dollar store. Call nnd bo convinced.
-loitNitD nnnv Y
Change in Business we will sell our entire
Stock of Men's Boys' and Children's
othingand Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT ACTUAL COST!
' JF" C3 "DR. O -L JSS jE3C O OXT
llcinembcr our Spring and Summer Goods have Just been received and In calling early you can llnd exactly what Is needed for
the senson nnd nt a price that will astonish you. All we ask Is nn inspection nnd you will be
convinced that we mean what wo say!
Look! Attention! Look!
Iinmunsc sale of Forfeited Pledges at Emerson's Auction
Room No. io Soledad Street next to the Coiit House.
Sale to Commence at 7:30 o'clock this evening and to con-
tinue from night to night until all unredeemed pledges are
sold. Price no object. Our aim is to sell the goods. Ve
will offer for sale Gold and Silver Watches Diamonds Rings
Pins Studs etc. all kinds of Jewelry Clothing Valises
Sewing Machines Carpenters' Tools Clocks Musical Goods
Silverware and a thousand useful articles all of which will be
sold entirely regardless of cost. If you want bargains be sure
to attend as we mean business.
Nuns' Veiling and Lace Bunting
Lawns and Percals
In the greatest variety.
Our Shoe and Clothing Department Is complcte aiid ne are prepared to offer
Special Inducements to our customers.
J. Joske 6a Sons.
235 Commerce St.
RHODIUS & TVMPSKY
rtrAtmili f r ICimUt V Oi. Now nnKii 1 1l..tmftnnd Cbrltl" A: Sfon' .iarm. WhU nr-
frui'i (aritiKf flin-l niuld awt4yn nn l-Aml. On II niJfllirm. MMv
DOLLAR STORE BUILDING.
Pawnbroker and Auctioneer.
JOSKE i M'!
Cents a Ynrtl.
Large Stock of
San Antonio" Tex.
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