The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 264, Ed. 1, Monday, November 3, 1884 Page: 1 of 5
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Harry Baum & Co. Harrv Baum & Co.
Vol. IY. No. 264
San Antonio Texas Monday November 3. 1SS4.
Ton Cents a Week
NOW IS THE TIME
LUMBER IS DOWN !
Lower than the Lowest!
At the Best and Largest Stocked Lumber
Ed. Steves & Sons.
The Pioneer Lumber Dealers of Western Texas.
Do not forget to call.
OFFICE AND YAHDS I. & G. N. H. It. Depot and Sunset Cross-
ing Alnmeila Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
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HORTHV.EST CORNER MAIN PLAZA
Fall and Winter Goods
i have tub season matk tiik lahoimt ruuciiASK or
Xver brought to this city alt of which has been selected with the greatest
. care. An elegant and most beautiful selection of SILKS AND SATINS.
Tho llnest selection of Ladles' wear embracing overfilling needed
i In a lady's wardrobe. The very latest styles In Satins
Worsted Goods and an endless variety of Laces
Scarfs Handkerchiefs Gloves Wraps and
everything for fall and winter wear.
CLOTHIN G ! CLOTHING !
My stock of Fall and Winter Clothing or Men Youths and Boys Is rery large
and embraces every artlole known In the line of Gents Furnishing Goods Over-
coats Huts Hoots Shoes. Dress Suits Business Suits Underwear etc. all In the
greatest quantity and variety. My stock of J10OTH AND SHOES Is fully up to
the demand embracing everything from tho llnest to the commonest.
In asking the attention of the Furniture buyers to my stock this winter I be-
lieve that I am advertising for their good as well as my own. The assortment Is
larger than ever before Including the newest and best made. There are many
new and beautiful designs In PARLOR AND CHAMBEU FURNITURE orilrst-
class workmanship In great variety and all that Is new. A full stock ofMatreises
and Bedding. The
Offers most that Is new and additions are being made dally. Customers aro In-
vited to make a comparison before purchasing. My eitlre Fall and Winter Stock
hai been selected not hurriedly but with the greatest care and consideration for
retail purchasers and 1 now Invite tho publlo to a critical examination or same.
SKIRMISH BETWEEN THE POLICE
AND A DESPERADO.
G. N. Herman acta a Shotgun to
Kill Threo Men Fires on tho
Police Flro Hcturned.
A man named G. N. Herman who Is
evidently trying to get up a reputation
as n had man created somo disturbance
at Solomon's saloon near the Interna-
tional and Great Northern depot Satur-
day night latci Joe Waelder and two
friends were In the saloon drinking and
Waelder made n remark that he was go-
ing to whip Theo. Artzt but as so many
of Artzt'a friends wero taking It up that
he supposed he'd havo to whip some of
them too. Herman stepped up and said
he was a friend of Artzt'a and was ready
to fight. Waelder told him to go away
and not ralso a row. Herman became
boisterous and finally left and In a short
time returned 'With a double-barrelled
shotgun. The barkeeper and Waelder
and his two friends were sitting talking
when they looked up and saw tho barrel
of tho gun poked through tho door of
the saloon and Herman's face to the gun
stock and his linger on the trigger. Tney
scattered and Herman went on up the
street whllo two of tho men in
tho saloon ran after Ufllccr Itodgors.
Tney wero stopped by Herman a short
distance from tho saloon and he made
them throw up their hands by aiming
the gun at them. Olllcer Kodgers and
one ot Goodrich's merchant policemen
then camo up when Herman ran into
his lather's garden near by and when
called on to surrender refused and drew
the gun to his shoulder and lired. Tho
two olllcers then drew their pistols and
11 red In the air towards him. He ran a
short distance stopped and fired point
blank at the olllcers and then having no
moro cartridges In his gun. he was
caught and overpowered by tho olllcers
and taken to the lock up and afterwards
transferred to the county Jail. Alllda-
vlts wero made by tho olllcers before
Justice 1'ctcr Shields charging Herman
with assault with Intent to kill and
this morning he was examined and re-
manded to tho county Jail In default of
Olllcer Itodgers states that this man
has been laying around the International
depot for several months wanting to kill
somebody and making n big talk or
what he would do.
The Parish of New Iberia the Scene
of the Trouble.
A New Orleans special to the Galves-
ton News says: There has been trouble
brewing In the parish of New Iberia for
six months growing out of the result of
tho Stato election In April. The de-
feated Hcpubllcan ofllce-holders there"
refused to surrender their ollices to the
Democrats-elect and afler both parties
had remained In arms for weeks with a
dally prospeot of n bloody conflict the
courts decided against the Itepubltcans
and State troops from this city were
sent Into tho parish and ousted them.
The feeling between the parties has
been Intensified during Iho present. con-
test for Congress between AVUllam l'ltt
Kellogg Republican and Edward J.
Gay Democrat and culminated to day
In a bloody riot at Loreauvllle.
A Times-Democrat speoial from New
Iberia to-night gives the following par-
ticulars of the affair:
Judge Fontelleu Hcpubllcan. and
eight or ten others left here this morn
ing for Loreauvllle In this parish to
hold a political meeting In the Interest
orKellogjr. After the crowd assembled
somo disturbance was created by per-
sons hurrahing for Gay. Joe Gullfoux a
leading Gay man rushed to the scene of
the trouble. Ho wag tired at the ball
passing through his hat. He returned
At that moment n general row ensued.
in which Captain Hell a prominent su-
gar planter and Democrat; Joe Gull-
roux also white and a Democrat and
Oliver Boutte a colored Kellogg man
from New Iberia were all killed out-
right. The wounded so far as known
are Jules Mcstayer Kepublican candi-
date for Sheriff In the April election
thigh broken) ex-Sberlff Viator ltepub-
lloan shot twice In tbe abdomen and a
dozen others slightly wounded. Six ne-
groes were killed as far as known. It
was reported that Judge Fonttlleu was
shot but later facts show that It was
untrue. The perpetrators of the tragedy
were surrounded and kept under guard
until the Sheriff arrived to arrest tbem.
A courier was dispatched to New Ibe-
ria and in a few minutes tbe town was
in the wildest excitement. All the
drinking saloons were olosed by order
of the Mayor; also GO men from here left
under orders from the Sheriff for the
scene or trouble all armed with double-
barrel shotguns and rifles. They arrest-
ed Judge Fontelleu A. Fontelleu Load-
lee Fontelleu Albert Fontelleu and A.
Blenvenue all white. They were brought
In to-night under guard and placed
In the parish prison. The wlldeBt ex-
citement prevailed at this moment but
the masses of people were kept back
and order maintained until the prison-
ers were Jailed. The town Is ploketed
In all directions to maintain peace and
quiet. The llrst ball came from the He-
publlcan ranks after which It Is said
a thousand shots wore llred at once on
tho battlclleld. It Is said a dozen horses
aro laying about deqd..Tbn Jail Is heav-
ily guarded. It Is Impossible to learn
how many were wounded but It Is reli-
ably reported that many who were hurt
disappeared during the excitement.
New Ouleans November 1. Tho riot
at Loreauvllle to-day was largely the
outcome of tbe murder of the negro
preacher Gray in Terrebonne parish
a few days ago. Gray was opposing the
re-election of W. P. Kellogg the Re-
publican oandltate for Conirress. and
was shot down at a tueetlmir over
which be presented In the Interest of.
r.. j vi ay iue uemocraiiq nominee uv
foul custom-homo strikers from this
city. This aflalr Inflamed the negro
supporters with a bulldozing spirit.
ino tact mat so many men were
armed In the affair to-day ahows the
feeling that has been arouird In part by
I he murder or (J ray. The Kellogg men
finding that the negroes could no longer
be held for their candidate br the muni
argument have attempted unsuccesslul-
r io orowueauuo ueneriers. lire vouey
red at Gullfoux seems liart or a deter
mined plan to check any demonstration
in opposition io neuogg. mat it um
not succeed In stamping Gay's men but
Inaugurated a bloody riot Is a warning
to Hepubllcan leaders that they can not
again elect Kellogg by methods In voguo
ten years ago.
The Crowd In the County Clerk's
otiico This Morning
For tho past week the County Clerk or
llexarhas been engaged In the whole
sale manufacture or voters through tho
naturalization farco. Nineteen out of
twenty of these- new-horn citizens are
Mexicans and they probably reach from
300 to 400 and are to be voted to-morrow.
It Is Incredible because It la Im
probable that SU0 or 300 Mexicans In
Bexar county need naturalization at
this time and tho thing suiolls loudly
or the most shameful fraud. No doubt
many of these Mexicans aro fresh Im-
portations. From all aocounts somo 80 Mexican
voters are stationed In one camp over
Alazan creek waiting to be marched to
the polls. This fraud if fraud It Is
should be nipped In tho bud by the U.
S. supervisors at each precinct and It
will be In case they do their duty
Again this morning the fraud was
bolng practiced to a greater degree than
ever. About 1&0 Mexicans have been
naturalized this mornlncr. and all the
available force In the County Clerk's
ofllce were busy filling In precepts of
Intention to become citizens. Anton
Adams was also surrounded by n small
Collected From Hotel Corridors
Hon. W. II. Burces. or Seeuln. Is at
L. C. Wheeler and wife. Victoria aro
at the Menger.
Ilev. Dean Itlcbardson left fora trip to
Austin this morning.
Mr. Charlie Brown left on the train for
St. Louis this morning.
Captain John T. Hambleton has re
turned from his Northern trip.
B. It. Aberncthv. Countv Clerk of
Gonzales county Is at the Menger.
A. II. Thompson of tho United States
Geological survey Is at tho Menger.
Mrs. Dr. Paschal and children of Chi
huahua Mexico are visiting their rela-
tives In this city.
Miss Carrie McLean has relumed to
San Antonio and Is again engaged at
Blum & Koenlgsberger's store.
Georce B. Z Imnleman. formerly Sherlll
or Travis county but now engaged In
mining is ai me ienger wuu uis wuo
from El Paso.
Mrs. Fred Illchmond nee Miss Nanla
Wilkin left thlsmornlnirto loin her hus
band In Waco where they will hereaf-
J. H. Slmson. S. B.GIUett.EaeloPass:
Tarn O. Dalles Austin: A.and J. Green
Wheeling W. Va.: II. G. Williams
Austin are at tbe St. Leonard.
Mr. John Hudv. formerlv clerk at the
Menger Is now engaged as day clerk at
tbe Southern hotel. Mr. Hickman has
made an excellent selection In Mr.
Mr. II. Cavalier Smith. Itecelvcr or the
Hlo Grande and Pecos railway has re-
turned from Laredo and Is on his way to
Philadelphia with ilrs. Smith. They
left this morning.
Contain M. F. Mott. of the law firm or
Ballinger & Mott Galveston Is at the
Menger accompanied by his daughter
Miss Lilian and niece. Miss It. Williams
and Messrs J. W. Terry and James
Mr. Chris Staflord. the nonular bust-
Cess manager for tbe Texas Stockman
as returned from his trip to St. Louis
and his old home and says he had a
A COW BOY HAT.
A True Daughter ot Eve Wants to
Know About It.
Bdllor San AntoDloLlihti
Please tell "A Forlorn Adam" that
"An Expelled Eve" sincerely regrets
that she was unable to meet his request
to wear a cow boy bat and llnd him at
the "Adaralees Eden." In the first place
as her namo Indicates her entrance Into
Eden was out of tbe question. In the
second place It would have been a hope-
less task to search for an Adam at an
Adamlcss Eden. She would like to
know however whether a cow boy hat
possesses tallsmanlo properties and en-
dows tbe wearer with the power of find-
ing "A Forlorn Adam" In earthly haunts
also? Ifso she will pledge herself to
wear a cow boy hat to every theatre and
similar places of amusement In the hope
of finding "A Forlorn Adam."
A Tiiuk Dauoiitkii or Ev&
One Man Knocked Senseless Pis-
An election fracas occurred last even-
ing at Feat's garden. Some enthusias-
tic supporters of one of the candidates
or the beer ho had so liberally regaled
them with wanted to know If there was
anyone In the crowd who would not
vote for his man. A party consisting
ot Thomas Dunbar. Hv Inzlemann and
one or two others took tip tbe otber
side or the question and after some
slight alternation Dunbar knocked the
embuslastlo supporter down. Henry
Inzlemann threw another man and went
down on top of his opponent. Someone
unknown having struck him on the back
of the head stunnlncr him. The sneclal
olllcer on duty drew his pistol on Dun-
uar anu provenieu any further conse-
quences. For somo Inexplicable reason
no. arrest was maue.
YtrANtr.D About four loom- furnished
TV uiut.lo.tur lltit bouMkeeplti. Address
"Adultt);oiM)mce Ban Autonlu. 11-3 tl
THE COMING ELECTION.
Appointment ot Deputy United
Under the law requiring the United
States Marshal to appoint special depu-
ties to prevent fraudulent voting on
election days when requested so to do
by at least two citizens (voters) Marshal
Gosling having been formally requested
by both parties has made the following
appointments for Bexar county:
Precinct No. 1-J. J. Chew Alfred E.
Precinct No. 2 L. M. Gregory Wm.
Treclnot No. 3-Kd. Kotulla William
Precinct No. 4 G. Katzenberger. F.
It. Kcrclmer It. Goodhody.
Proclnct No. 5 No appointment.
Precinct No. 0-F. M. Edwards Man-
Preolnct No. 7 Georgo H. Deals John
Precinct No. 8-Gcorgo Miller It II
Precinct No. 0 Georgo Judson Jr.
Precinct No. 10 Hermann Uecker.
Precinct No. 11 James Van lllpcr
Preclnot No. 13 Manuel Sanchez
Precinct No. 13 Thadetis C. ltlnc
James Trayncr Jr.
Precinct No. 14 Jesso Eads E. A.
Precinct No. 15 Henry I.. Berg
Precinct No. 10 Theodoro Heerman
Precinct No. 17 Eugene I.ticklc.
Preolnct No. 18 Charles Edwards
Precinct No. 10 Nathaniel F. Ncely
Precinct No. 20-It. C. Gale J. T.
Precinct No. 21 Mike Franger.
Preolnct No. 22 No appointment.
Precinct No. 23 No appointment.
Precinct No. 21 George Jones FC.
Precinct No. 23 Gregorlo Trevtno
Precinct No. 20 Ferdinand Nlggll
Precinct No. 27 Henry Stumbcrg O-
W. W. Smith. '
Precinct No. 23 Mlko Goggtn John
Precinct No. 20 Ira Hewitt Rafael
Precinct No. 30 J. Dyroin Henry
Regular deputies will also be on duty
that day all subject to the rules set out
In Marshal Gosling's letter of yesterday.
Voting Places and Judges.
1. Sam C. Bennett old court house
2. J. II. lluppertz new court house
3. T. W. Mullaly Alamo plaza.
4. F. W. MoAUlster corner Alamo and
5. N. Madey Lewis' old ranch on
0. E. K. Tynan Quggcr's ranch near
Helotcs post ofllce.
7. Max Aue Max Aue's store Leon
8. W. A. Halite Selma at school
0. Charles F. Bellcl school house near
10. C. A. Rompel school house Plcpcr
II. Amos D. Jonos. De El Teelo'a
house on Little Ohnos creek.
12. John L. Gembler. school house.
San Juan mission.
13. Ed Beck school house. St. lied-
14. Martin Delgado school house on
IB. F. W. Ashley Mission Espada.
10. Bias Herrera. llerrera's ranch. Me
dina river Garza's crossing
17. Eugene I.ucklr J O. Adam's
18. J. T. Ouesenberrv. Elm Creek
10. Leon Lacointe Ijicomte store
Medina river Losoyo crossing.
20. T. C. Annlewhtte. Oak Island
21. Theo II. S. B. Tr im. John T.cs.
22. n. r. iiuru Delgauo'a ranch on
23. Thomas Qulntero ranch of Jose
21. K. W. Barton Locke Hill school
25. Mariano Tarln Tarln's ranch Paso
del Borrego San Antonio river.
20. Patrick Field corner of East and
27. Frank Krlali corner of Houston
and Florca streets.
28. Peter Nelson Somtner's garden.
29. U Brlam. Mission store.
30. I'.H. Miller Tlnsley school house.
Why Is It th Duly of tat People to Vols for Phil
Shlrdtln tor Shsrlir?
TnwkUUd from tbe Frele 1'resto
This question la easily answered and
based upon tho following motives:
1st. Mr. Shardeln Is known as a man
of tact faithful to dutycarerul In all bis
actions gifted with an Iron energy
where necessity and tho welfare of the
people demand It and withal a man of
2d. Mr. Shardeln has gained for him-
self during the last eight years of active
service as the city executive a name as
a chief and deteotlve or no mean value.
Corroborative evldenco or this is shown
In hundreds or oases to the readers or
the dally press this la a well known
fact. Are there any other qualities
requisite besides tbe foregoing that are
necessary for a Sheriff? We doubt It.
3d. The past of Sir. Shardeln has
shown sufficiently that he Is a man and
a friend of the foreigners. Was It not
him who gathered a small number of
trusty louowcrs around mm rrom among
the Confederate soldiers upon ithelr re-
turn home and protected the city of
San Antonio from tbe Plundering hordes
of stragglers and demoralized bands of
I no dismissed armies. Was It not
he who braved these dlsolute hordes
and compelled their retreat. This
la the man who deserves or our contl-
denco and our vote for the Important
omce lor snernrnow sought uy Mm.
4th. No one can cite one alnirla In
stance In which Mr. Shardeln has shown
himself to bo a knownothlng or a hater
of foreigners on the contrary our candl-
uate ior a long numoer ot year baa
been a member or our oldest Ger
man society was always a welcome
member of the same and always
ready to serve them In any capacity
whenever occasion required It. Can wo
say as much as this or his opponent for
the same ofllce? "Quod non."
Finally It Is the opinion of the under-
of both physical and mental capacities
' I J " "r ino laiwnui perionnance
of the duties or his ollice. If Mr. K. A.
Stevens bad been nominated for any
other ofllce than that or executive or tbe
county the undersigned would havo
given him his vote and his support.
Consequently every sensible right
thinking man will afler a close exami-
nation choose Iho best and mako It his
duty to see that the name or Phil Shar-
deln for aherlir of Bexar county Is
plainly printed or written on bis ballot.
A Now Arrival.
Any one who saw the urbane smile on
tho faco of August Nctto yesterday
afternoon might have known that tbero
was something In the wind and It soon
did leak out for bis wife had made him
a present or a bouncing girl a Sunday
girl at that. An ancient legend attrib-
utes extraordinary gins to children born
on Sunday. The Lioht congratulates
Mr. and Mrs. Nette and wishes pros-
perity to tbe little lady.
The French portion of the community
had a meeting yesterday afternoon at
the corner of Laredo and Houston
streets W. Tournat presiding. Tho
meeting endorsed tho Democratio ticket
ns far as tho County Commissioners wero
concerned Including Mr. Gucrgnln. For
Justices of tho Peace Neuendorft and
Hunt were endorsed. At the conclusion
ot the meeting a French Union was
The third anniversary hall of the
Young Men's Benevolent association at
the Casino Saturday night was at-
tended by about 60 couples of young
folks who enjoyed the occasion fully.
The music was furnished by the Clt)
hand. The elegant supper nt midnight
was prepared by Mrs. Nixon assisted by
Mesdamea PaulyandHoefllng. A speech
was made by J. H. Copcland and at
supper there wero several toasts made
and responded to.
Tho two performances of tho Adam-
lcss Eden company at Turner hall
Saturday and Sunday last wero very
successful. It Is a neat combina-
tion and contains within It some very
good opera-boufle artistes In addition to
specialty artistes all clever lady per-
formers and Instrumentalists. The
show as n matter or fact Is a delusion.
There Is not enough "chlo" In it to
satisfy tho bald heads nor vulgarity
enough to mako It objectionable.
List of Packages
Remaining In tbe office or Texas and
Wells Fargo & Co.'a Expresr ofllce:
W. Alexes St. Hedwtg; Miss Kittle
Brown Blllle Brlson C.Beck. Miss .
Chapman Miss L. Cushman J. T. Camp
C. Davis J. Darragh. James Decker
James Doogan 2 Mrs. M.A.Evans Miss
O. Gray Max Gardner G. W. llanlon
F. V. Rawly 2 Mrs. A. Lawson Medina;
W. Mlttman George Otis John Owen
F. K. Plumer W. It. Patterson J. D Rl-
masse ji jiuuoipn A. Jtlce S. Scnorr
JobnSowa St. llcdwlg; Henry Ryder-
Taylor J. Wilson. Miss Bessie Wclr I
Vote for the People.
Tho people arc fully allvo to tho Im
portance of electing proper county
olllcers and of scattering the ring to the
four winds of heaven and they will not
be diverted from this patriotic purpose
by the arts of'tbo ring on eleotlon day.
The object Is to free tho people from
tho power or an unscrupulous ring and
secure to the people the right of choos-
lng;ihelr own olllcers. The voters should
not lose sight of tho fact that the con-
test Is between the people and the ring
and that It is or the utmost moment to
dereat tho ring. Vote against the ring
.. ..u .... j n uiiKut aim your sianu
for the people.
Readers of the LiniiT are asked to
read carefully tho supplement headed
"To tho Voters of Bexar County." It Is
a tplaln and positive refutation of an
anonymous and cowardly circular which
soraetool of the ring has Issued in tbe
hopes of damaging Judge N'oonan. it Is
one of tho desperate and peculiar efforts
of the ring but a perusal or the supple-
ment will satisfy anr thlnklnir man. and
show him that a vote for the ring Is n
. - w; uaro resort
ed to the most desneratn mcuna in
comnllsh their ends In this rilrvetlnn.
and ivho If elected would be damaging
to the Interests of the county and of the
uuy. roieior tue reopie's ticket and
ok"""' mo ring.
The scene about the county court
house tills morning lasting until mid
day was ono that exceeded anything of
uie Kind over before witnessed In this
community. Driven to desperation the
nominees on tbe the Turner ball ring
ticket bad the night previous corraled
somo 200 Mexicans who wero trailed
to the County Clerk's ofllce In squads of
rrom three to five and given tbelr llrst
papers. Many of these poor creatures
wore the full Mexican costume only
such as Is worn on the border anil In
Mexico while others presented tbe ap-
uruiaucu ui uemg vaqueros or snep.
herds who had been Imported from
the stock dlstriots of the surrounding
counties. All the faces were strange
even to the oldest inhabitants and thnm
is no doubt but that tho largest part of
iu wen unru uu riKms 01 ciii7ensuip
whatever. Many good citizens hearing
or what woa going on visited the scene
and left In dl.11USt. And mip.h inMhml
of carrying the county for the ring
ticket should enlist every fair-minded
man in the city and county in a strong
fight for tho men on thn People's ticket.
uu inir-uiiuueu man no onu wnouesircs
f;ood government no one whose spirit
S to unhold the lntemitu nf annlxtv.
could have witnessed this last crowning
uub ui mo uesperaiQ ring nominees witn-
out condemnlnir it In unmeasured terms.
Let good citizens challenge such voters
at the noils. Their names will be tht-ra
on lists furnished friends or the People's
Ladles approve of your looking
Parties Wishing io Buy. Rent or
Sell Should Consult this
A n.XK IMIUI Or 1100 A CRM FOH lAIJt.
Vln . f r i inn .
Harris countv. six miles rrom Itmurnn.
on Buffalo Bayou railroad running br
same. Plenty of water grass and tim-
ber. Somo Improvements and1 part
under cultivation. Four hundred tons
of hay cut from same last season. Will be
sold cheap and on easy terms at a bar-
gain. Address T. B. Johnson this
ofllce or J. W. Bradley Real Krtate
Agent San Antonio. C-c-tr
Homo moneimr ronsALK.
A five room cntfairn. linnlA and Int. An
MoKlnner street. Fine brick cittern.
fruit and shade trees and flowers. A
cheap piece of property at $1200. Ad-
dress T. B. Johnson Lioht office.
caiid rnKU ron ialk.
One Ruirirles card nrrss. In tlrst-fliiM
order for sale; 50 cash.
KKW CONCRETE HOUSE
On Avenue C No. 1009 fronting cast on
Milam square. Has 10 rooms bathroom;
stables and carriage-room; all the mod-
ern conveniences: double parlors water
and gas. A special bargain can be had
by applying at once as the owner has
left the city and wants to sell.
coil l.iNn ron mi r.
Iocatcd half a mile from railroad: already
uovciopcu uy a snail ixuieetanu lJuleet
deep fine vein of coal In sight. Sample
to be seen at the ofllce of San Antonio
.igut. t or particulars inquire of T. II. J.
Framo house closets In AVerr rrtnm. nml
all the modern Improvements; located
or. Avenue C. To be bought for fOOOO.
A bargain. 7-3-tf
Four (I) lots and two outhouses of
threo rooms each on Crockett street
for $1100. Terms cosy.
Six fine bulldlnir lots on Alaran ornek.
near Krlsch property.
One irrnnd Sauaro nlano. bran
new cost $350. Will be sold on monthly
payments at a discount.
If you want a copy apply at once!
Pamphlet blndlng$l;cloth$l CO.
Hl'KCIAL IIAUOAIN9 ATrLY AT ONCE.
A four room cottaire. two pallerlea.
hall stable carriage bouse well water
young fruit trees shrubbery and (bads
a live room cottage stable carriage
room plenty of shade and hydrant
water. Price $000.
roil SALE AT A nAllOALV.
A threo room atom house and lot. cor
ner or Matamoras and South San Sabs
streets can be bought less than cost. A
splendid stand for a grocery or beer
aland. Address T. B. Johnson Lioht
Address T. B. Johnson Limir office.
ail on Hosack t Newlon zt SolsdsdStOppc'
silt touriaouse ror spseii! Baraiins.
Asnlcndld bariraln In a well-furnlilii.il i
boarding houso of eight rooms. No. 301
East Commerce street. Furniture and
bedding all good. Splendid Piano and
small store and appurtenances Included
If wanted. Call on Hosack & Newton
opposite tho court house.
That valuable and beautiful lot on cor-
ner of Goliad and Matagorda streets
ward No. 4 opposite 'lUchter'a store
can be bought cheap now.
nnicnuiu mnsncss manu anu business
with Stock and Lease for Sale. Call on
Hosack & Newton.
Fine property on South Alamo street
Improved 8 Rooms and fine large Iot
with garden and lino vineyard. Call
anu see tue price.
Seven 10 acre tracts near Prospect
Hill at $250 each.
One 10 aero tract well fenced and im
proved Just out of city on Corpus
Chrlstl road cheap.
One fine lot on Poplar street west of
San Pedro avenue can be bought cheap
now; front) south.
ive uunureu anu eighty acres or land
In South eastern part of county on wa-
ters of Callveres and Chapederea creeks.
Fernando Ruiz beadrlght; $5 per acre.
uue tot in waru ino. i: bargain at $120.
A 240 acre farm. 10 miles east of r It v.
on the Calavaras creek 100 acres en-
closed 70 acres In cultivation; coma
quick If you want to buy.
two jots in waru no. a on luver
avenue fronting 50 feet each thereon'
$450 tor both.
several improved residences on
Crockett. Alamo and Nolan atmo!. and
otber bargains In unimproved property.'
vug vaiuauia lot ironting on soieuau .
and Acequla streets and in the second - '
block north of Houston street. Im-
proved on Acequln street and a bargain
If sold now.
Reply to Taxpayer. .
Kd llor Hsu Antonio Llhr.
"Taxpayer" in the Times ofSatnrday'
betrays such deep-seated hostility to-
wards Judge Noonan as to furnish an
antidote to his own poison. "Taxpayer"
overdid the thing and committed sul-. h
clde whero he aimed to do murder. The '
lawa for selecting Juries are to blame for
the consumption of so largo a portion of
tho time of the court; every lawyer com-
prehends this fact and lament It yet
"Taxpayer" represents Judge Noonan
as being solely to blame for all the vex-
atlous delays. The artlole of "Tax '-
payer" Is full of rancor and hostility to- J3&'
wards Judge Noonan and Its only eltoot. ''
will be to Inspire the people with dls- c
gust and contempt for a cause which lsr
forced to rely on such means and ap-
pliances. The "ring" has evinced unusual hos-
tility to Judge Noonan bus Issued airtl
circulated anonymous attaokiupon him
remarkablo for tbelr lnJustoe and ha -left
no stone unturned to secure his de-
feat; but all these efforts have failed to
array the people against him. Jndf
Noonan enjoys the confluence and re-
spect of tbe people In a very high de-
gree and he i will receive a vmlumv)
voto. ' ii t 1!
Mr. Itnnatnn la n&t ramvldul u MMk.
non wuu tin nag is an iMwasavsi oay
Jeotlon to him.- To voto tm WM
Noonan la the beundett dutr f all ntk-
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