The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1, Friday, January 23, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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THE OLD RELIABLE
Still In the lead. Our :
Motto t Good Goods at
RtueoxAni.ii Price. Cult
nnl bo convinced.
HARRY BAUM & OO.
The San Antonio Light.
. : THERE IS BUT OIE :
4" i TUco to get Flrst-CIiss
I H'lib Ltql-on and Ci-
II. ! oars and that la the o!il
JL pw : rellablo hcuse of
J HABIttTBAUM & OO. :
Vol Y. No. 19.
San Antonro Texas. Friday. January 23. 1SS5.
Ten Cents a "Week
208 Commerce Street
o Is Selling Strictly for Cash X
As I am reducing my immense stock of Fancy Groceries I
offer same at close cash figures that will astonish all. I also
wish to state that on Wines and Liquors I offer great reduc-
tions for the next 60 days to come. You are sure to be
suited in all goods both to'Wice and Quality at the
ENCASH GEOOBRY STORE I
20S Commerce Street
TELEPHONE HO. 143.
J. M. EMERSON
S&TiiB CdOR JEAN'S FmEND.-SS.
J. H. HARQUART
And Doalor In Loathor and Findings Wholesale and Retail.
Will tell yon a Hoot or Shoe Home and Hand Made. My Block Is superior to
any In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to be
closed out at prloes lower than heretofore known. This offer Is Tor the next 30
aays. wan eariy anu ie convinces.
Flno Custom Work a Spoolalty.
Q I ft "T I KE 't are prepared
No Table is Complete Without Wine
UK-Till DKIMllTMEXT OF
J. Bonse & CO.
.IMPORTERS OF WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS
82S Hon ton Street 8n Antonio Texas.
Wf ber 1rvtnca th Ntttnilnn of eoinniwurmn.t porlnr rfflnM tio to our complete
Mock of CIiniCEST WINKJ. 1JCEH3. LIOUOIM) AND C10A1U. Tho Famllv Trm. I. nm
Ppeclttltv Therefore everjUHrl InvlteOto
lh Purltv end irenulnenOM of our voori. Samp)
I pi I Vf !'" " "
ml r Iflf r I IX Y order repaired
CLOSiNG OUT SALE !
Ladies' Embroidery Materials
In order to always keep a fresh clean stock and to make room for our Spring
Importations we oBer Great llargalns to push off our remaining elegant
stocit. Look and then Compare our Trices with others I
Our Motto Is : Large Sales Small Proflts and Quick Returns.
E. RETTBERG & CO.
244 Commerce st. San Antonio Tex
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS
404 EAST HOUSTON STREET SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
nfS-e'Ls.'ll.unlll" 1ought lnd SoId' Articular attention given
Outside Sales. Satisfaction guaranteed and eonslgnments solloltcd uwo
No. 17 Solodadst. op. Courthouse!
to do Gold Siletr c
ml ftielel J'lattna as well
Old ware repUted. Our
fc ENOBLKE 214 Commerce Street.
lnipcct our cellar nnd convince ttVmielrt nf
number It 3Ci
J.HONSE & CO.
"y article of Jew dry you may
or engraved equal to hew York
with made to
ENQELKE 24t Commerce Street.
The eads bill-capture of
Speaker Haines noslgps-Brlllsh
Victory Over the Rebels In
Egypt- Other News.
I.im.K Hock January 22. The third
ballot for United States Senator to-day
stood: Dunn 13; Kerry. 30; Jones 33;
Hares Ilepnbllcan 3; Duval I; other
TnrtxA January 22. In the Senate
to-day the House resolution relating to
the Oklahoma lands passed after being
so amended as to lavor opening for set
tlement an lanus in mo territory not oc-
upieu oy tuo inuian triues.
Wasiiinotox January 22. Mrs. Mary
Matthews wife of Stanley Matthews
Associate Justice of the Supreme court
of the United States died this morning.
The remains will be taken toUlemlale
Ohio for Interment.
I'itikiiuicj January 22. An explosion
of natural gas near tho work house
eight mile from this city this after
noon seriously Injured Ave men who
had gone down the ditch to repair a leak
In the mains. The explosion was caused
r a workman striking a inatcn to ugnt
Wahiixotov January 22. Tho Senate
Committee on Natal Affairs has agreed
to recommend the passage of Mitchell's
bill requiring the exclusive use of do-
mestlo material In the construction and
repair of alt Government vessels and
sieam Doners ami in me maniuaciure
of ordnance whether by contract or at
the Government works.
Wasiiinotox January 22. Itepresen-
tatlves Mutchler Ilarksdale and I.eman
have been appointed a Sub-committee
by the Chairman of the Committee- on
lteform In Civil Service to consider
llepresentatlve Taylor's bin to prevent
the dlscharire from government employ
of any soldier or sailor or widow or de
pendent relative ot any soiuier or sailor
wimout suiucieni cause.
I'lrrsnf no January 22. At a meeting
of the creditors of Oliver Ilros. & Phil
lips and the Oliver & ltoberts wire coin
pany limited to-day the committee re'
ported In fnvorof aoceptlng the propo-
siuon oi me urinswiiii some Biignnnou-
mcations. separate notes will be given
asked to sign an extension and papers
win oe signeu ns soon as prcpareu.
asiiixotox January 22. The Coin
mlttee on Itlvers and Harbors decided
to consider the proposition of Captain
Eads to Improve Galvesten harbor lit a
cost of$7.7SC.000. with a v ew to deter
mine wuctner or not it may be aimed to
the regular river and harbor appropria-
tion bill. Tho proposition presented In
the committee to-day by llepresentntlve
llayne. thas the work should be let to
iae lowest Diuuer was ueieateu
Srm.snFiti.ii III. January 22. In tho
legislative session last night Speaker
Haines resigned saying that It seemed
that the Democrats did not want him.
and It was very evident that the ltepub-
nenns uiu not want mm anu ue wouiu
mereiore. nave to assume ms oiu posi
tion as an Independent. A great uproar
and struggle for the Speakership fol
lowed resulting Anally In the choice of
urockenite Democrat lor Temporary
Speaker and the House adjourned until
Sax Francisco Cal. January 22..
dispatch from Yuma A. T. says: Troop
M lourth cavalry arrived last night
with 12 Mexican bandits prisoners.
Four others were left on. the Held dead.
Troon E Is after others and exnecta tn
wane mem nu prisoners to-uoy. j.ieu
tenant Jenkins Is the only one who re
ceiveu in ury. lie is siikiiiiv wounueii
The dispatch docs not state who the
Mexican bandits are but It Is supposed
thev are a norllon of lhosn MnxlRan
soldiers who mutinied at Knceneila.
Mexico on January 12 and killed their
I-ONUox-January 22. Another account
of the great battle near Abuklea Wells.
says the Drttlsh had no Idea the enemy
was so near. Native reports had led
them to suppose that only n few rebels
held Abuklea. Oil receipt of the news
of the appearance of the enemy at noon
General Stewart massed the brigade In
to columns pi aclng tho guards on the
right the heavy cavalry In the centre
and artillery and engineers In the rear.
the Guards thus forming the right face
of the square. Lord Ileresford's naval
brigade was posted behind and the
mounted Infantry and Sussex regiment
closed the rear. The baggage was placed
In the centre. General Stewart then
went over to a ridge to reconnoitre
Skirmishers were sent forward to force
an attack. At the first shock from the
enemy the fate of the whole Itrltlsh
force trembled In the balance but the
steadiness of the guards the marine
corps and mounted Infantry prevailed
and the rebels retlrcd.leavlng theground
strewn with dead and wounded warriors
ana arms anu banners. The Sussex reel
ment was attacked In the rear. The
Kcvntlnn allies foucht desnerotelv. Tim
greatest losses were felt In the heavy
killed and two wounded. The rebels
brought all their best troops to attack.
The assault on the right or the British
tenineh and the attack on the left under
aiouammeu nuair ennror lieroer. The
latter was wounded and retired durlnc
the early part of the engagement. Abuse-
lab advanced fearlessly with 1(100 rebels
until shot dow n In the snuare. I.tnn after
line of rebels fell under the lire of
tne juartini-uenn rules. The naval
brlcade sullered creat loan. (Vlnnol
Bumaby fell while gallantly fighting
with his comrades. The enemy's tiring
tne nignt berore tho light prevents
1 be rebels came on In good order from
the right and left front at 8 o'clock In
the morning. Tho English gun battery
checked their advance for some time.
At 10 o'clock General Utowart deter-
mined to make a counter attack and
lejmeu a oonow square Wlih the Hoyal
I guards In front and mounted Infantry on
I the left. The square moved out under a
storm of bullets and dropped-right and
left. The medical stair under Surgeon
Ferguson worked splendidly under the
heaviest lire. Stoppages to attend the
I wounded delayed the advance aa hour
lie Tore the main body of the enemy was
lighted the British reallrcd that at least
seven or eight thousand rebels were op-
posed to them. General Stewart took a
good position on a slope where the
rebels must advance up hill and across
open ground. Norton's battery did
?;reat service when the enemy were
ormlng for the charge their shrapnel
causing utter demoralization. Colonel
urnaby was killed by a spear thrust In
lie locular vein and General Stewart's
Orderly was killed by bis side. The In-
terior of the square presented to view a
mats of falling camels and struggling
Arabs ar.d English soldiers. Three
eariy cneera were given wnen tno
square reformed on fresh ground.
numerous ..raos Having preienueu to
be (lend now rose from the Held
and rushed past the square to rejoin tbe
retreating enemy. The rebels consisted
of forces from Khartoum Kordefan and
A JOURNEY TO BOERNE.
A Diary ot an Eventful Trip by a
Dr. Lindner has Just returned from
llocrne. 'I bis morning seeing the little
gentleman a I.ioht reporter asked him
about his Journey and received the fol-
lowing characteristic answer:
The Journey was done In three days
without stopping. At 7 o'clock Monday
morning after getting a cup of dish-
water on the plar.a we stalled; the fare
for the Journey was $3 to go and'fS to
go back. U'e came via Military plaza
on our return and that cost the 2 ex-
At 8 mile hill we saw a dead cow.
No wonder the road would make any
one sick. It Is awful. There Is no
County Commissioner's farm on the
road therefore the condition. Arrived
nt Leon Spring! 1 p.m. and dropped two
passengers three miles further we met
a long and short man n ho we thought
robbers. I was then appointed assis
tant stage driver. The mud was so
deep the wheels had to be cleaned every
few minutes. Luckily we had
very gentle animals only killed
two driven In the last year
We had to tie their heads down to their
knees so they could not run away.
iiere is mv lournai irom mat lime i
3n. m. Moved one in e: evervthlnir
going on Binouiuij.
5 p. in. Sloved two miles further; held
tbe horses for 10 minutes.
7 p. m. lleacfacd the seaport of Iloeine.
Jloerne. Hell of a resort: everv second
person consumptive; everytning wet ex-
cept lb? Clbolo river which had dried
p. iiere ioiiows tue return journey.
January 21 12 tn. Hurried dinner;
minutes to eat Hie meal.
2 p. in. No Btage bad yet put In an ap
l p. m. i ae same.
(I p. in. The like monotony
because the stage was expected In
minutes; no lunuer developments
iu n. m. B in no exnecieu soon.
January 22. 12:15 a. m. Still waiting:
whiskey had got the upper band; men-
tioned breakfast; for God's soke; stage
arrived: hurrah I
At 7 a. m Started; no breakrast;
made n mile nn hour for live tulles
through tho mud. Two passengers and
myself. Dead stop; council of war;
driver called to the chair; organization
e tectei : i ret passenger appointed as
sistant driver; I am given the post as
lantern carrier; third passenger general
mud cleaner lteached the seven-mile
post eavely at 0 p.m. Slop for 10 minutes
to get mud out of wheels with ax.
Driver praying (?) for the welfare of tho
singe compan'. Hurrah! lteached tbe
terminus of the Aransas I'ass railroad at
11 p. m. Found bottle of whisky bad
been pining during the Journey. Three
miles from town saw four hay wagons
BiucK in tne mint nopeiessiy; sun mere
THE QUARTETTE CLUB.
An Entertainment to their San An
Last night the NewOrleans Quartette
club gave one of their charming family
evenings; this tlmo In honor of their
valued San Antonio guests Messrs
Robert Hanechke of the Frele Presse
fuer Texas and C. II. Mueller both
valued members of the "lleethoYen
Maennerchor." Amongthe guests were
Messrs. Newmann and Kr.oepfter Com
mlsslonersfor China; Dr. K.Frlt7gaerner
and Don 1'roSDer vldaureta. Commls.
tloners for Honduras: Professor W.
Langhammer Commissioner for New
Mexico and others of note.
The programme was excellent. The
Quartette club sang several exquisite
pieces In their usual masterly style. Mr.
II. Peters gave two flue pieces on the
Mr. C. It. Mueller of San Antonio
who Is sifted with a mairnlflc'ent barl.
tone voice Introduced by Professor
Delicr charmed the audience with "Das
Herz am liheim." and as daapo "Wee
Srhoen blst Du."
In tbe second part Mr. Muller took tbe
place of Mr. L. Mieg. who had been
suddenly called Irom tne city anu dc
llghtfulfv rendered "Das Krkennen."
The Quartette club has again covered
Itself with glory. The guests In our
city having permanent invitations to
these family evenings will often make
use of them and feel genuine enjoyment
"where German song resounds." New
Heocllnir the Public.
"Talking about bard tlmesl" he
scoffed as be leaned back In bis chair at
one of the down town restaurants
"Why gentlemen It's all In knowing
how to reach the public." " on used
to speculate In grain I believe?" oh
served the man at his right. "I did. and
I lost money. I was In a hole II months
in me year anu nam up tne remainder
I didn't know how to reach the nubile."
"And now?!' "Well. I am on the road
exhibiting a fat woman who weighs 740
pounds admission 13 cents. 1 have no
margins to put up dividends are de
clared with the most annoying regular
Ity.andlf anybody disputes her welehl
she has a lead corset weighing 210
pounds to bring ber up to the mark."
Itiau Direei newt
OLD INDIAN TOWN
What a Texan Visitor Buys of li-
lts Weather. Business find
BJItor Bin Antonio Llshtl
Cincinnati. January 17. I promised
that I would send you a letter on my
arrival In the famous Paris of America
nd accordingly I will fullill my promise
to tbe best of my poor ability.
On the day of my arrival and for the
past few days I have not been able to
see much of the city or Its line river
stenery owing to a heavy fog which
rested over the river and city. Thick
ellow clouds of the famous London
rtlcle has enveloped tho church spires
and towers of the city and finally
ettled down and took up Us abode In
the streets making almost an Egyptian
darkness at noonday. The ery sun
was obscured and on 'Change at 12
o'clock In tbe day tbe gas Jets glim-
mered and lighted up the spaces hero
daylight formerly bad penetrated. In
the mercantile and manufacturing es-
tablishments gas was brought Into dally
requisition to dispell tho darkness. I
took a run out to the Walnut hills yes
terday and from n high point I oer
looked the misty city and the cloudy
Ohio river with the smoke of Its steam
ers and tugs mingling with the damp
tog. it nas ueen raining since anu every-
thing Is disagreeable.
Tbe weather also Is Very cold but I
do not feel its severity as 1 did the sud
den northers of tho Sunny South. The
coiu is sieauy; perpetual wouiu un
better word and to make matters w
several of the largest coal dealers have
been trying to form a coal pool. From
a prominent member on 'Change your
corresponuent ouiaineu an explanation
of this pool. "Von see tbe real facts
are there are several coal firms In tho
elty who are In debt and they are
the rate-). Business during the winter
they will cut the prices In tho hope of
making a Doom lor inemseives or wring-
ing tbe other coal men to terms. Sev
eral agreements have been drawn tin.
but nothing has been or likely will be
ihe order of Clnclnnatus a very
Hon of the Washington monument. All
fashionable and wealthy Cincinnati Is
going to Washington.
l near to-uay mat me jwasomo
Temple ono of tbe finest bin dings In
the city which was recently destroyed
oy lire is soon to ue rcouut. t ne an-
nual re-unlon of the Scottish Itlle Ma
sons formerly held at this temiile will
be held this year nt Ilohlnson's opera
nouse in renruary.
Tbe cliy of course Is dull now. The
German portion of the city have thel
entertainments "over the Ithlne." o
canal and tbe opera bouses advertise
special attractions lor tne week acxt
Sunday tbe Thompson Opera company
win give "itie iiegKaroiuueni" ai liav-
lin's and Minnie Palmer has been play
ing "My aweetneart" nigni v at ti.
Grand opera house. By the way It
seems as If Minnie would never tire of
her sweetheart "ralka" Is on the
boarda every night until Sunday at
Heuck's opera house by the McC'aull
company anu tne reonies tneaire is
naving a glimpse or tno nowaru Allien
I took a look In nt Harris' museum
and saw Chang the Chinese giant nn
Jo-Jo. the Itustlan dog-faced man. Hav
also visited the Zoo.
Business Is not brisk and there are
many Idle hands. The markets are not
brisk by any means. As a general rule
prices for produce are much lower t linn
In the South and venison and game of
an ifinus is mucu cneaper man in san
In my next letter If I remain until
lairweamer i win tiescnue tins city tc
vour readers. It has manr points of In
terest I learn and Its adjacent cities and
. K. 1).
The Latest New Incentive to Mat
From Iho New York Trlbuno.
From time to time of late years com
plaints have been made that eliglbl
young men shrink frot marriage. Many
explanations of this ui turrl hesitancy
have been offered but pone which do
not Involve belief In a discreclltnbli
access of selfishness In young men of
tbe period. Now however n discovery
has been made which promises to cause
a strong reaction and which must enlist
In the cause of Hymen the very egotism
which has latterly been struggling
against his gentle bonds. For the mu
niclpallty of Paris has recently Issued
publication which undertakes by tbe
most solemn statistics to demonsirat
that marriage Is a preservative against
death from cholera. It gives n ratio of
deaths by cholera per 1000 male
lnl.nt.ll.nta .lii.Un Vo I. ar.1an.l
and tbe exhibit certainly does justify
the Inference drawn from It tn a singu-
lar manner. Thus of persons from 23
to 30 years ofage.nl single and only 18
married men died of the disease. Irom
30 to 33 years of age 78 slnglo men and
out 2t married men died f rom 4U to
43 vears. 152 single men and but 45 mar.
rled ones died. From SO to 33 years 107
single anu out u marneu men ieu vic-
tims. It Is curious too. that as age in
creases tbe Immunity of the married
men rises so tbat the bachelor of CO and
upward seems oy comparison almost
New It U obvious that tho most sel
fish voung men wilt ha not inerelr will
Ing but eager io marry If by so doing
they can obtain so many more chances
of escaping tbe cholera; whllo tho
young women ever ready with
their characteristic tenderness and
amiability to ameliorate the lot of the
sterner sex may be expected to devote
themselves to this work of benevolence
a truly missionary sntrlt. There
may perhaps bo somo mlieratle cynics
conilrmed bachelors wretchea with
out uomes wno know not tne price ot
pring uonnetts or seaisam cioans anu
vho possess no acmialntance with pare-
gorlo and perambulators capable of In
sinuating mat it tuey are ouercd tueir
choice In such n caso they will select
the cholera. Hut It Is a safe assumption
lint uirer inisaninropio wrecks so to
iienn inn mu id gam n Hearing anu
bat not even the nrotnect of unlim
ited mothers-in-law will restrain tho
Impetuous ardor of our mar-
riageable youth when they realize tbe
situation. In short mnrrlago as a
propliylactlo promises to be unpre-
ccucniruiy popular ami nappuy it is a
fashion which lew are llkelv to be de
nied by sheer stress of clrouinttances.
For ho must Indeed bo poor who can not
aflord to keep himself alive and tbat Is
nat mo now uiscovery amounts to.
luckless spinsters who saw It disappear
initiated may now take heart of grace.
He she homelier than the traditional
hedge-fence and poorer than the legend
ary cuurcii mouse tue gin wno wanisto
marry may henceforth console herself
with tho pioud reflection that she Is at
least n Cholera preventive anil in mat
sign she will assuredly conquer.
From Iho fjircilo Times.
Yesterday afternoon two tinys seven
or eight years of age named Marcus VII-
lareal and Marcus Agulllar went down
under the bank of the river In the lower
part of town and excavated a sbclf-llke
retreat. In which they built a lire and
were doubtless enjoying its warmth
when the tons of earth above suddenly
caved In upon them. It was not until U
p. in. Hint menus discovered tno catas-
only to tlnd that both were cold ami
atlirln death. It will bo regarded ns n
strange coincidence tbat tho llltlo vic-
tims were born on tho samo day were
given tho same name and together con-
oiuucii tncir uriei career in me sau man
ner related. The lurv this morning ren
dered a verdict In accordance with the
General Brown's Mistake.
General Jason L. Drown ot Missouri a
well known local statesman called at the
Executive Mansion In Albany the oilier
day to give tho Governor some pointers
about his Cabinet. While ho was wait
Ing in the ante-room he accosted a man
who had just come Into tho room and
was glancing over a paper.
I suppose von are here on Ihe samo
errand that I am?" lie remarked.
I don't knnw." renl ed the stranger
pleasantly. "What errand are you on?"
"I am going to tell that old chump In
tneio now to nx tin cauinei."
No. t can't say that I am on that er
Maybe sou ain't a politician?"
"I'm the old chump."
General Brown will not be In the next
Cabinet. New lork Graphic.
Making Camphor In Japan.
Camphor is made In Japan tn this wny:
After a tree Is felled to tho earth It Is
cut up Into chips which are laid In
tub on n large Iron pot partially tilled
with water and placed over a slow fire
Through holes In the bottom of the tub.
steam slowly rises and Ihe chips gen
crates oil and camphor. Of course the
tub with the chips has a closely fitting
cover. From this cover a bamboo pipe
leads to n succession of other tubs with
bamboo connections and the last of
these tubs Is divided Into two compart
mcnts one above tbe other tho dividing
noor neing periorateu Willi small notes
to allow the water and oil to pass Into
tbe lower compartment. The unner
compartment Is supplied with a straw
layerwnicn catcnes anu uoius tne cam-
phor In crvstals. In denoslt. as It passes
Into the cooling process. The camphor
is men separaieu irom me straw nnd
placed In wooden tubs and Is ready for
the market. The oil Is used by the
natives for illuminating anu oilier pur
Did He Parse?
An Oil City young man who hndn
any money to speak of nor to purchase
edibles concluded he would teach school
Ho applied to tbe County Superinten
dent for a certificate. That individual
proceeded to examine him.
"Do you understand tho rudiments?"
asked I lie Superintendent.
"I do" replied the young man with
me mental reservation "not" auued
relieve his conscience.
"How about grammar?"
"I'm on" answered Iho would-be
wieiuerot me roil.
"Do you parse?"
"I want to."
"Want to what?"
"Want to parse this examination
replied the applicant.
" You don't understand me" explained
the Superintendent "I asked lr you
"Oil 1 tumble. Yes I always parse
wnen i uon t nave a good uanu unless
i piay it lor a eucure."
He was then given a certificate
play first base In the Franklin ball club
next season. un city jwizzaru.
The Origin ol Mosqultoet.
The Indians have a very satisfactory
account of the origin of the Montezuma
musqultoes. The legend runs thus;
There were In times of old many moons
ago two huge feathered monsters per
mitted by tbe Munltou to descend from
the sky and alight on the banks of the
Seneca river. Their form was exactly
that or the musqulto. They were
large that they darkened tho sun like.
cloud as they flew toward the earth
standing one on either bank the
guarded the river and Jtretehlhv the!
long necks Into the canoea of the In
dlans as they attempted to paddle along
stork king In the fablo gobbled up tho
frogs. The destruction of life was so
great mat not an inuian could pass with
out being devoured in the attempt
was long before the monsters could
exterminated and then only by the
combined eflorts of all tbe warriors of
the Cayuga and Onondaga nations. The
battle was terrible but tho warriors
llnally triumphed and the mammoth
mosquitoes were slain nnd left unburled.
For this neglect the Indians bad to pay
dearly. The carcasses decomposed and
the particles viviued by the sun Hew
en In clouds of mosquitoes which have
inieu tne country over since.
Parlies Wishing io Buy Rent or
Sell Should Consult this
a ri.NK rAiix or 1100 a cum vor silx.
Harris county six miles from Houston
on HuHalo Bayou railroad running by
same. Plenty of water grass and tim-
ber. Some Improvements and part
nnder cultivation. Four hundred tons
of hay cut frnm same last season. Will bo
sold cheap and on easy terms at a bar
gain. Auuress a ii. jonnson tnis
ofllce or J. W. Bradley Heal Estate
Agent San Antonio. &-6-tf
iiousTOK ritorcnrr ron sai.k.
five room cottage house and lot. on
MoKlnner street. Fine brick cistern.
fruit and shade trees and flowers. A
cheap iilrco of property at 11200. Ad
dress T. B. Johnson Liuiit olllce.
xiw coxcnnie nocsr.
On Avenue C No. 1009 fronting on east
Milam square. Has 10 rooms bathroom;
stables and carriage room; all the mod
ern conveniences: nouoie parlors water
and gas. A special bargain can be bad
by applying at once as the owner has
left the city and wanta'to sell.
Frame house closets In every room and
all the modem Improvements- located
on Avenue C. To be bought for 10000.
A bargain. V-J-Ii
Four (II lots and two outhouses of
three rooms each on Crockett street
for f 11 00. Terms easy.
Six line building lots on Alazan creek.
near Krlsch property.
Rl'ECIAI. nAltOAlXS A1TLT ATOXCK.
A four room cottage two galleries.
hall stable carriage house well water
and Irrigable laud for sale $1300
young fruit trees shrubbery and shade
A live room cottage stable carriage
room plenty of shade anu hydrant
water. Price $000.
lUXTY't'lVK THOUSAND A CD 13.
Solid body of land well grassed 10 miles
rrontingon tne Jtio uranue; iziuu sneep
3000 Goats and 100 head or Horses.
Price or ranch and live stock and also
all equipments Inclusive quick sale
$40000. Address J. W. Bradley or T. II.
Johnson San Antonio Texas.
A PATIENT OF LONG SUFFERING
Reads of Dr. Wssthtrs' Success la the Trstt-
ment of Chronic Dlsessss and reels
Proud That He Did.
This patient Is a well-known stock-
inn of Tllden. this State w ho came hen
to be treated by Dr. It. V. Weathers of
our clt) who makes a specialty of
Acute and Chronlo Diseases with marked
success as many testimonials will show.
jir. jieyer says: "jiy case nau Deen
treated by a number of physicians and
some or eminence and distinction as
rheumatism or the heart. I sullered with
great smothering sinking reelings; my
feet and limbs swelled almost to burst-
ing: I could not lay down and was com-
pelled to sleep In my cbalr. I am proud
to Bay maiunuer ir. vv earners' treat-
ment I am to-day a well man free from
all troubles and can cheerfully rccom-
and gentleman worth of their patron-
age. " ClIARLUS IlEVEJl."
We as citizens of San Antonio testify
to tbe correctness of Mr. Beyer's state-
Mns. Ak.iik Wmaur
Mrs. Katiikrine Diktlka
(Jr.oitoK It. Stuhrkro
M. II. Haxcock and Wiik.
A Splendid Bargain.
A well Improved farm situated two
hundred yards from station at Moore
Hollow on tbe International rallroad.ln
a good healthy country containing
1400 acres of land all under fence ; 03 In
cultivation a good frame house of six
rooms dining room and kitchen all sur-
rounded by gallery ; stable barns bath
house ; garden ail In good order; water
from n tank and well; to be sold for
cash ir desired some cattle and horses
will be sold on the place at tbelr mar-
ket value; possession given at short
notice. Titlo perfect and warranted.
For particulars address or call on "L.
C" care T. 11. Johnson Light office.
One of the finest establishments that
San Antonio if not Texas can boast of
Is tbe Art Gallery ore. II. Mueller at
203 Commerce street. Here oan bo bad
artist's and draughtmen'a materials of
both domestic and Imported kinds. En-
f;ravlngs chaemos and paintings are on
land In an endless variety. Picture
frames mouldings and materials for
fresco and sign painting In large varieties'
China decorations and material for wax
flowers in a large assortment. Mr.
Mueller receives direct from factories
large shipments of paints oils and otber
material in that line as well as window
5 lass and line domestlo and Imported
ecoratlve wall paper are specialties In
bis establishment. 12-I3-ly
A Wonderful Discovery
Consumptives and all who suffer from
any nttection or the Throat and Lungs
can tlnd a certain cure In Dr. King's New
Discovery tor Consumption. Thousands
or permanent cures verify the truth of
this statement. No medicine can show
such a record of wonderful cures.
Thousands of once hopeless sufferers
now gratefully proclaim they owe their
lives to this New Dlsoovery. It will
cost you nothing to give It a trial. Free
trial bottles at ltlce Bros. & Co.'s drug
store. Large elze $1.
The City Drag Store 'O
8 East Commerce street has just re-
ceived the latest designs in holiday
goods consisting of celluloid dressing
cases. Florence sets shaving sets nail
sets Infant Beta odor cases olgar cases
cut glass and cologne bottles; also a
large assortment of Wright's Palmer's
Lundborg Colgate's and Lubln'a per-
fumes at lowest cash prices.
Italian Coat Company
You whl find It to your advantage to
buy your coal ot A. Brunl. 324 Military
plaza telephone 234. Delivered In any
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