The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 28, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 4, 1885 Page: 4 of 4
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Wednesday February 4 1885.
ELEGANT VIEWS OF THE PRINCIPAL
Sights In and Around San Antonio
Bound In Book Form Tor Only
taTSIereosropIc Views or rian Anto-
nio nt rc. each. Mexican nnil Indian
PAUL WAGNER'S BAZAAR!
RAYS OF LIGHT.
Cottiered by Heporters on Their
Tours Through Town.
Low prices explained at Sheets'.
New goods at Sheets'. Cnll and seo
Kxanilne our fine linen bosom shirts
$1. Sheets'. 1-tM-tf
Market Master elect llrunl nssumed
Ids official duties jeBtcrday.
The San Antonio Hides will soon
have a plume drill It Is said.
A brass hand was out until quite
late last night serenading.
Concert hy the Klghlli cavalry hand
In Travis nark this afternoon time 5
Mr. E. 1". Claudon's assistant and
Secretary or Hoard of Health Is Andy
The Light Is Indented to Mr. I1
llelclicr for tiles of Chicago and lain
Alderman Cardenas has not as yet
resigned his Aldermanship to take Ids
new olllco as Assistant Marshal.
Tho Improvements on Main street
bridge should ho finished ami the new
hoxlng covered to prevent accidents.
John Delslte who was brought up
on a charge of adultery yesterday after-
noon In the District court was lined
February Hand I.
The Young Men's Ilencvolent asso-
ciation give their annual masquerade
next Saturday and promises to he ueli
Cinderella and friends should have n
picture taken In costume at the lliillalu
l'hoto tent near tho turn table on
Houston street. li-U-'it
There was no business of any lm.
portancc In tho I'ecorder's court this
morning there being two cases dis-
missed and one continued.
There will bo a meeting at Seholz's
hall Thursday evening u ! o'clock for
the purpose of reorganising a local gun
club. All are Invited.
Married At the First I'reibyterlan
church February !l 1S3 bv ltev. Dr.
J. W. Xell.Margaret Hartlett'Keauniont.
daughter of 1". lleaumont Jr. of this
cltyto Joseph II. JohnsonlateofAustln.
The ladies of Alamo Lodge No. no
Independent Order Good Temnlars. In
vite their friends to an oyster supper
anu sociauie iiiursnay evening reum
nrv Bth. at 10.1 Kast Houston street
Open at 5 o'clock. Admission free. 2-1'Jt
The Street Commissioner's forces
nrebusy to-day clearing oil the mini on
North I lores and Acenula streets. Wliv
Is not the refuse cleared away from the
San l'edro dltoh on North Flores street
Is a question the residents on that street
Qustar K. Young of Cleveland Ohio
who lias been staying In the city fur his
health went to Laredo on Saturday
January 31. and died at that city on the
1st Instant from tuberculosis. The ltev.
J. C. Young the father of the deceased
who lives at Cleveland lias been com-
Mnrrled Lost Nlgnt
The wedding of Mr. Joo Johnston of
tbe8rinAntonlo Klectrio Light works
of Jhuj city to Miss Maggie lleaumont
formerly an accomplished operator at
the Telep no Kxchange and who Is n
daughter of .Mr. F. lleaumont. of the
San Antonio National bank took place
last evening at the First Presbyterian
church in tho presence of qultean audi-
ence. The bridal couple had no attend-
ants and the bride was neatly attired In
a well fitting gray cashmero traveling
suit trimmed In velvet. Immediately
after tho ceremony they proceeded to
the International depot and took the
train for a visit to their relatives In
Austin whero they will make an ex-
tended visit and then return to San An-
tonio their future home.
A Splendid Biratln.
A well Improved farm situated two
hundred yards from station at Moore
Hollow on the International railroad In
a good healthy oountry containing
1400 acres of land all under fence ; CIS In
cultivation a good frame house of six
rooms dining room and kitchen all sur-
.roundod'bjgallery ; stable Larns bath
bouse ;' ginten nil In good order; water
frotrrd tank and well; to be sold for
cash. If desired some cattle end horses
will be sold on the place nt their mar-
ket value; possession given at short
notice. Title perfect and warranted.
For particulars address or call on "L.
0" care T. II. Johnson Light olllce.
CHARGES OF BRIBERY AGAINST
Tho City Contemplates Purchns-
lne the Water Works-
Yesterday afternoon n session of the
City Council was held. After Ills Honor
Mayor Callnghan had called the Council
to order Alderman Gallagher moved
that the reading of the minutes be dis-
llolton wanted to know whether this
was a regular meeting or adjourned
Aldermen French and Smyo drew the
attention of the Council to the fact that
there were no minutes to read
Tho Mayor: "I have some unfinished
business on my desk and It N the ap-
pointment of ofllccrs and I nik the
Council now to proceed to the election
of several vacancies. Ono of the posi-
tions that remains open gentlemen of
tho Council is that of City Treasurer.
With your ronsent and adtlce I nomi-
nate Mr. Fcrd. HcrlT and I would ask
you brother Aldermen that thcnppoint-
mcnt be made.
Aldermen Muenchnml Cardenas were
liesult of the ballot shotted Hint Herff
had received six votes there being five
noes. Mr. Hertl was declared by tho
Mayor duly elected.
The Major then said tho next olllce.
gentlemen Is that of City Attorney and
I place before you the names of S. U.
Newton anil II. I'. Ycrnor.
Alderman Ilnlton nt this point rose to
n point of privilege and stated why he
had voted agalnstMr. Ncntonnud then
read the following:
I hato been Informed that Mi9 present (Mr
Attorne) la invoUrd III cotinwllon w.th Iho
nnn-rnrorrempnt nt the nnllnano lna
jrnmhhnir. - tilt It IT true unfits lilin for the
IHialll n ho holda. anil to lilcli liuhaa Wen
renominated lo-ttll! Hie ilrawinir or Ihi
iramhllnir ordinance ao that no prosecution
could lie made In slick and that n too all
taken to mcuw iramtdcr" rrom Immunity f r
ll inontba The somcoe wore porfmnmlancl
thuathi' i-lty internment waa ills race and
the city administration dblinorel tbroutth
this Mali and trusted nniror.
After reading this stnlemcnt Alder-
man llolton said: "I have evidence
whenever you think proper tn appoint
n coininlltco to Investigate whatever I
l'he Mayor "I do not understand the
charge. Alderman llolton. It Is vague
His Honor then requested Iho City
Clerk to read Alderman Ilolton'a state-
ment again which was done niter which
Alileruiaii notion rnici: "l iisk you lo
pais that nomination until It has been
Investigated. IT nut true 1 will support
Alderman Lock wood mot til that thev
proceed to election which was done.
Lockwood heforo glv'ng his tote
said: "I votenn open ballot fur Mr. S.
(I. Xetttnn and am happy to do so firm-
ly bellevlngthesecharges to he falienm!
Cardenas "I second that motion by
voting the same wa."
Tho Mayor "Mr. Clerk will j oil
please tile tills protest."
The result of the ballot gave Newton
the majority and he was declared duly
ror C tv rhvs clan Dr. Jul us llraun-
nagelamf Dr. 1'. W. Johns were placed
In nomination. Dr. llraunnngel obtained
n majority and was declared elected.
For City Sexton C. 11. Mullaly was put
In nomination and elected.
'I lie reports of committees were then
asked for beforo which however tho
jiajor intormeii ine council I tint lie nail
receded an application from II. I).
Kamptnnnn ollerlng to till the ilutieB of
City Treasurer without salary. His
Honor Bald he had not placed Mr. Kninp.
mann In nomination.
llolton moted that the communication
he received and tiled.
The reports of committees ttere then
Financial eommlltee llelknap re-
ported that the reports of olllcers had
been examined and found correct.
On request of llolton llelknap also
reported that the amount of funds In
the city treasury was minus $21000 on
the first day of January.
llolton said he would like to know
what provision could bo made looking
forward to the time or paying tho cltr
emplot ees whether by borrow Ing money
or raising bonds and whnt rate nf Inter.
est should be paid. This matter of bor-
rowing money on nn open ledger ac-
count was a matter that should be looked
Into at once. He understood they had
about S12'000 to pay Interest on and he
wished to llnd out now whether they
could get It nny cheaper than tho Na-
The Major In reply said "I have Just
received UiU otllce and do not under-
stand the matter. It is my purpose to
Investigate these matters and makeup
my mind hut at present 1 cannot answer
The Committee on Streets and Ilrldgrs
through Locktvood reported on the pe-
tition of Wagner for the removal of ob-
structions that It had been done.
Tenth street vtas ordered repaired by
plowing and grading.
Schrelner reported having examined
the reports of the Ditch Commissioners
and found Iliem correct.
The ditch channel on South Garden
street was ordered changed provided
the property owners give their consent
or Hie water will be shut of".
llelknap reported that the Marshal's
report for December had been exnnilaed
and found correct; also the report or the
. Ily bnckwoodt Ilrroltrd That the turn or
Jin In addition to iho J 10 hereto' ore appropri-
ated for the widening- nf Ninth afreet bo.
twten Atrnuo II and Austin street bo and
beehy Is appropriate) to remunerate lbo
property vii"M for land lakc-nanl forraov-
loir tenco back to tine. Ad pled
Ily llolton: Itesolvo l. That Ilia Honor tin.
.May r ar point an cuiilal dtnoiiraphir
wboao duties aball bo to makoa true report ot
Ihu proeeedhurMir tho City Council for publl
calion It tho i.lllelal paper of tho cltr ff
more than ono epr lltant appll a for tho plac
acoiiiinlitroahal) bo appoint d lo teat their
co'i oe'eney und Iho one deetn'd Iho mot
skillful shall bo appointed. Ills al'"J shall
!utoit'r?nn iluica" c"'" ''rroJ to
Ily IJelknyp; Jinin the tte Coromla-
tlomr J. I l.lllott haa suit eaiedlhopro-
prluyit each larire (Ily In Teiai hcvlnir a
rcpre eutatlveorauerrtlllodauent ut tboNew
(I'leana ejrtrs tli n who will ttrie lor lion .r
t for emolument and
Intereats. thotefora ti
I'es'jlu'd by tt.la Council That Ilia Honor
may be wlllloir to sirve In thli position and
who will kivo the proper attention tothiaLUlco
is the occasion may n oulro. Adop'cd.
Ily Lockwood! Iteaolvcd. That tho Street
Co mlstloncrbc. and hereby la loftruoie-d to
at onee construct ureet croarlnga at thofol
lowlnir nan cd points to wit:
Ono acrraa Ninth street cast aide of Avenue
III ono scrota Avenue O at Interscctlm of
Ninth streot andonoaorosa Avenu' U at In-
U'lseoll not Ninth street. Adopted
Ily bmyei Iteaolved That the atono arch
across tbo Han l'edro crrek on Nuova street
be removed and replaoe.1 hy a wooden bridiro
which will ho olevatcd at least no foot hla-hrr
proprltted (or tho eumptetlu
lo Committee on Stmts and IlrtUcs and Cltr
'llr UoHon t ltmllred That the Street Com-
ralssloocrbe directed to build crosawtlka on
atrrtts near nil publli school! In the cltf at an
llr Locawood; llranlreil Tint tho CAir fin.
II arllea who In
d that the
lot the contract
ri In ncoordanes
to have aald walka constructed In acoordi
iroycrntoir aatne Jtcfcrrcd to
to tho cltr charter dlrldln Ibe city Into clabt
wards that rule No II of Iho rules and reau
lallonsirovcrnlnrthoprccefdlnKa of tho City
nded aatoprovldo that th
nltleenn Dllchcaand Irrlieatlon"
mllhn -Mehnol eomniltten" aa at t
ent of four members without rrirard to ward
repr. sjnlatl )n. It fcrred to Committee on
main Ihrnuirli Tenlh street from A
to Austin strex t. Iltfcrrcd lo t lliodasand
Ily Hcb'ilnert Whereas The orflc
Ifaolte.l. That Ilia llonor.tho Mnln'.boatp
thorlx'd to haro In Slid Marcr'a olflen and
Council room all nrcesairy repairs tnadoand
put In oml ahapoat onco.
llelknap moved that nn appropriation
of$.VMj ho expended In the necessary
desks and furniture that the Major and
City Clerk tnny need
llolton stated that be did not see why
they ahould spend $.VK) more when tho
city was already $7000 In debt
Schrelner said the resolution only
called for whitewashing.
llelknap claimed that Ills Honor tho
Mayor and City Clerk had not proper
ncommodatlon to transact the business
of the city.
llolton then moved that tho resolution
should be referred to I Ik Crinmlttce on
I'ubllo llulldlngs which was seconded
Alderman llolton Introduced the fol-
lowing resolution to the Council:
Whereas At tho eleetlon by Iho property
owners of Ihla city January INK tbo tote for
tbo l.suanco rf bonds rr the purpose or
holldlnir a system of anworaar It was alleged
by a ureal many that they voted adversely on
account nt lha city not nwninr tho water
works and that tho cost of water supply for
aewei a woutd tic too irrcnt for t hem and
VV hereaa II la meet and proper that tbo city
shotrd be tho owners of iho water si item or
tho city aaa piihllo necessity for thcuioot
the put lie and for rconon leal reasons aod a
reea ant reve lie Iw l
II soiled that Ilia II mnf tho Mayor ap.
polM a commlllic or Iho Alderman who
ahall ascertain Irotn tho lr sldent or dliectora
nt iho Sin Antonl Waterworka company Iho
quantity atidciH ot different mall a or pipes
a I tear hotida the c
their r Khtand tltlo In
hotida the company wl.l
.ted ny tin
Ity Council and vutouf the. people.
Smye: "I move t lie adoption of the
Locktvood: "llefore a voto is taken
on that I would like to make n few re-
marks. I cannot fur the life of
me seo the reason or Judgment
to put live members of the Council to so
much trouble. I am pel fcctly convinced
from a conversation 1 had tvlth the Pres-
ident ofthe Waterworks company that
$:0000 will not buy them. Where Is
the money to como from ?
Aldermnn Locktvood then adduced the
sewerage question when I lie city want-
ed $X0000. lie further staled that ho
was always In favor of the city owning
their waterworks but It would be many
long years beforo theolty arrived In such
Alderman Smye said he thought the
question of cost was brought up pre-
maturely. Let the committee Investi-
gate the matter. They could not raise
$.i00000 to build waterworks but at the
same time I hero was n way of raising.
Let the thing be Investigated.
llolton staled that it they let the
waterworks be owned for another 10
years they could not get It for Sl000-
000. He always thought the city made
n great mistake In allowing the water-
works to get out of their hands.
First own the waterworks next tho
sewers nnd next pave our streets; It
was as natural as water running down
a stream. They had a right to know
the valuation of that property. Hit ex-
ceeds acertaln amount under the terms
they were allowed to hold their system;
the city Is entitled to receive a revenue
nnd It will not hurt the City Council nt
nil Inquiring Into the mutter.
Lockwood: I have only one remark to
make In respect to that. Suppose the
President ot the waterworks sajs they
do not want to sell f That settles It for
Smye: I do not see Hint It Is In order
In assume the answer they will give.
There Is no use In assuming anything.
The resolution was then voted on and
accepted after which tho Council nd-
journed. countrj-. They nro one-half patented
ttiiicu atone Keeps mem nnve.
' Valuable Lands for Sila.
I 010 acres on the Leona river about
2."0 ncres Irrlgnblo; mesqulte timber
I plentiful; situated 8 miles below Uvalde
I on the west side. All the Improvements
with sugar mill $3500. Address "L. C"
000 acres on the lllo Frio partly Irri-
gated from the Frio river. Situated In
Uvalde county 12 miles from railroad.
Auout .Hit! tier a under good fence. Ad
dress "L. C" this olllce. 1-31-tr
Italian Coal Company
oil will llnd It to your advantage to
buy j our coal ot A. llrunl 321 Military
plaia telepbono 231. Delivered In any
quantity to nny part or the city at low
est nnces. ii-iu-im
To Amend Secllon I Chipter 31 of th
Revlied City Ordinances.
Ilo It ordained by the City Council of the
City or San Antonio that Section 1
Chapter 31 or the Uevlscd City Ordl-
nance be so nmended as to hereafter
rcnu as follows to-tvit:
Skctios 1. That hereafter no shoot-
! Ing gallerr.roller-skatlner rink brnwerv.
1 foundry blacksmith shop tannery livery
t no c cuiiii yitru or eBiauusumeni oi a
I similar character shall be established
I erected or maintained within tli rltv
j limits which shall by n voto of the City
j Council be declared a nuisance under a
penalty of not exceeding one hundred
($100) dollars for each anil every day the
said nuisance shall continue after tho
I owner or OCCIlnant shall hnvo been noil.
I lied to remove discontinue or remedy
Passed and approved January B 1883
' Attest: Approved:
h. P. Cucihw J. II Fkkntii
City Clerk Mayor.
San Antonio lo Euroas.
At the Union steamship ticket oflloe
No. 12 West Commerce street you can
buy a limited steerage passage tloket
1 from San Antonlntn Ilrnmen Anhv.n
j or Hamburg for $311 or to Liverpool for
. i-quoiiy low raics to an European
points. These rates Include berth and
1 lnealS On Sieainera. We bssn noall nl
can always name the lowest rates for all
classes of travel to or from F.urope. Cut
this out for ruture reference. l-31-3t
Choice Timothy hay for salo nt
Jleuermann A Iho. 221 Alamo Plaza. 4t
Please examine our$l"sttlt. Sheets'.
Get the latest styles and lowest
prices. Sheets'. 1-28-lf
Wheeler :A Wilson's silent No. 8 13
Commerco street. 2-3-tf
l'lrat class board and rooms nt III
Solcdad. Itcasonable rates.
Stetson hats tn nil shapes and sires.
Sheets'. " l-StMf
Our clothing mado to order Is strictly
llrst-clnss. Pancoist Sov.
Overcoats nnd winter underwear cheap
nt Pancoast A Sons'.
Iluy a new No. 8 sowing machine tf
We guarnnled our prices lower than
the lowest. Cnll and convince yourself.
Kvcry smoker should try "Little Joker."
Great reduction In prices on winter
goods at Pancoast A Sons'.
Suits sold elsewhere nt $23 can be
bought for $15 at Sheets'. l-2S-tf
The only perfect family sewing inn-
chine Wheeler .t Wilson's silent No. H.
A bran new piano never used cost
$.1V) can be bought nt n bargain by
calling on or nddresslngT.il. Johnson
Light olllce. 11-12-tf
For Hoarseness Whooping Cough
crowing disease and Indeed for nil pub
inonary ailments most common nmoiipj
COUGH SYKUP Is n'certnln cure.
Sold by F. Knlteycr & Son.
Closing out some lino shoes nt n
great sacrifice nt Sheets'. 1-28-tf
Ifyouwlshto havonsetof beautiful
pearly white teeth don't buy them from
n dentist but take cam nf those nature
gave you hy using OHIDONTO regular-
ly. Only Wl cents n box liquid nnd
powder nt F. Knlteyer & Son's.
Chenille embroidering etching np-
llquc hem-stltcliing nnd naiuo writing
worked perfectly on Wheeler nnd Wil-
son's latest Improved machines. 2-3-tf
If General Sherman would only give
Jed' Davis a rest until ho has taken n
few doses of Marsden's Pectoral Halm
he might then hope to tackle the veteran
martyrof tho Lost Cause with better
success. In nny event his throat nnd
lungs would be Improved. Marsden's
Halm la tho great family remedy for
coughs nnil colds. A. Ditr.it"
For sale by Itico llros. nnd nil drug-
gists. 1-2 My
Price our clothing. Orcnt bargains
offered; for Instance a $23 suit ror $13.
Ilavo your Wheeler t Wilson sewing
machines adusted free of charge nt
company's olllce. All makes of machines
adjusted. Work guaranteed. 2-3-tf
All common Colds Coughs common
Sore Thront nnd soreness of the whole
system Asthma tightness or the chest
Headache nnd nil other nllcctlonsor the
chest nnd lungs Hint would lead to seri-
ous dllllcultlcs nre Immediately relieved
nnil cured In n tew days nnil often few
hours by n few doses or MOHLHY'S
TWO-ltlT COUGH SYltUP. ABk for
It. Sold by F. Knlteyer & Son.
Persons who nre ntllicted with catarrh
underdo a double discomfort from n
knowledge of the fact that others around
litem are oungeei lo Burnetii iueuiiuci"
ant effects of the disease irtheynreln
despair or n cure let them hearken to
wnat air. iuaurieo v.iunj m j.ancaBicr
Pa. says: "I cheerfully testify to the
elllcacv of Mlhler's Herb Hitters In
curing me or catarrh ir anybody wants
additional proof please send the person
Jtasnucrado ball nt Peter Jems' gar
den on next Sunday night. Tickets M
s. s. Floyd i Co.
Brokers In grain cotton and provisions
No V Soledad street. Home olllce Gal-
veston Texas; branch otllces nt San An-
... it. ...'. .i v. ic-.. .11. lo-inr
The City Drug Store
8 Kaet Commerco street has Just re-
ceived the latest designs In holiday
goods consisting of celluloid dressing
cases. Florence sets sunving eels nan
sets Infant sets odor cases ulgar cases
cut glass and cologne bottles; also n
large assortment of Wright's Palmer's
i.unuuorg Loigaie s nnu i.uuin s per-
fumes nt lowest cash prices.
Ited A Fancv- Patent and Calumet Hol
ler Patent Hour. Special prices In live
nnu ten unrrei tots.
Calhoun" & Ml IK
1-lwf Military plaza.
A Thing of Beauly Is a Joy Foreverl
Hut no diseased woman can long re
main beautiful: hence procure n bottle
of Creolo Female Tonic before the roses
fade rrom jour cheeks. It Is nn Infalli-
ble cure for all the Ills that female flesh
Is heir to. A. Ditn
For sale by ltlce llros. nnd nil drug-
Good goods and low prices at Sheets'.
For Coodtiess Sake
Don't Bay I told you but If voti'll not
tell I'll tell j on that lam giving musio
lessons nt "bed rock" prices. .Inst think
$1 per month for letsous of the llnest
llnlsli nnd texture. Come right along
and take advantage of this "dull times"
oiler. Call and seo me nnd bo convinced
nt 462 Acequln street Snn Antonio
Texas. Miti. M. J. G.tU'iK.
Grand Masquerade ball at Peter Jonas'
Garden on next Sunday night. Tickets
63 cents. 2-1 3i
Diamonds Watches and Jewelry at Auction.
To-day and every day followlng.there
will be offered nt public miction by
Messrs. Turner & Ilaldtvin nt 303 Main
plaza next door to Sim Hart's cigar
Jewelry and diamonds in tho latest
inimonnuie settings inn stock is be-
yond n doubt the best nnd llnest nnd
embracing the chblcest selections ever
offered In Texas at any public sale. They
must be sold nt whnt they bring to close
consignments. Sales daily ut 10 o'clock
u. in. nnd nt 2 nnd 7 o'clock p. in. until
tho whole Is sold.
1-23-tr TlilNKIl it llAf.llVt is
One of the finest establishments that
San Antonio If not Texas can boast of
is the Art Gallery ore. II. Mueller ut
05 Commerce street. Here can bo had
artist's and draughtinen's materials of
hotiiuomestlo and Imported klnos. Kn-
gravlngs chromos nnd paintings nre on
hand in nn endless vnrletv. Picture
frames mouldings and materials for
fresco nnd sign painting In largo vnrietleS'
China decorations and material for wax
Mowers In a large assortment. Mr.
Mueller receives direct from factories
large shipments ofpalnts oils and other
material in mat line as wen as winuow
Slass. nnd lino domestlo and Imported
ecorntlvo wall paper are specialties In
Ids establishment. 12-13-ly
Buekten's Arnica Saivs.
The best salvo In the world for Cut)
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt llheiim.
lever Sores Tetter. Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions
nnd positively cures Plies or no pay re-
quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
23 cents per box. For sale by Itlca llros.
& Co. '
AmiT-CL-An! HOTEL BTHAUIV now
In chartTtJ of rtne of tbft lead la? Tern
bote) uotujii for a ultuallon March I. Art drift
"die w rd" ibli onice. Ml-tf
in idii nunci j-imi
MIO ItKNT-Klirht Urrit roonii In TonrcTl
1 I Hoc it lultabio lor ofncri or prlvito hoard-
lujrboiiio. InTJiro at Frcycr llron l301f
nOH BALE- A In rue it nek of HrfHjr mud
V Clotb'nir Ami UrntV 1'urnUhlnir (l(odi at
ttio lotrcit tljruroa) ct offered by Fconey B licet .
bytikinghn atrcner fortbebvit
I.OIt IIAUOAINM tn Hpn'ir-tnadn ClotMnir
I: and all klndit of (If nti' Furnlihitiff (londn.
cull on Kccncy Hbcctt. I -23-If
1 f AtTI.MIH-(cmcmber tki place whfrc
I 1 you citn hmo jnur cloth In k" and ball
(j)ctlan(t clonnrd at Ho. 6 Wcit Comincrit
trcet near bridge. 2-3-1 tn
nnd forrnto. Ap-
COMR AdAl.V-lVencr HIiMti. tho (lent
Oiothlcr Usullldir Hdt dotrn In prlvo. Vtll
ISTIIAVIMI line sorrel mare about two
l'j years old; two white feet nn ono si lei no
brands A llbcrsl reward will lie raid tor re-
turn to 231 Knit Commerce street. ill .It
j.lblt ItHNT-I'mirteon dollar house. Hint
1: Clara atreet. end ot North. N'cw fence ft.
CLOSING OUT-A nlcn lot of Itand-enado
tilioea nt leia than cost at F. 6117018'.
rt CltONIMO I'KHAI.E" II 8. Urrdo street
It Card and Fancy Writer Coprlst etc
Make a specialty ot d'idotnas u inmlsslons.
WILL COME OFF ON
TUESDAY FEBRUARY .7 85.
Ladies ns well asKenlleinen vv III picnic
provide themselves with tickets of ad-
mission vvhlch can be had nt $1 each of
nny member orthe committee.
Costumo Hop Saturday Fob. 21.
Y. M. B A.!
MASQUERADE BALL 1
AT CASIXO IIAI'.I.
Saturday February 1885.
1ICKBT3-(I nlicni n.JI.IWl I ffl In I
lu luict frrni tlie f Ihmlnjr CoinnilHre nf Ar.
niPirent ntai Win. I Ih?II irir. J fi IrTan:
Jacoli WeLlier It tl.N'linn.ll It.M.illiua
A'T TUnNER HALL I
Skiiuriliiy cbi'uiu'y 14
Tickets Tor I.ndlcs nnd Turners $1;
Tor noii-icemhers f2 to he had or the
following cointnlttee :
AintnT IllXKMANX A.S.VIIIOlt
ICMIt. Kt'F.IIN' AlT.l'ST IllUAM
' frti'it puck not R(iol of
uilPy fH8tLT 111
U00 In irt'nrnts with tatli tmx Wenti trantrU
overjwDfre oi tinier px. oi hii bbpb inraii
tho time or ppuro tl"c onlj" in work form nt
HtMOllltfly HMUIf'l 1I
& Co 1 1'ortUtnl Matno
JOHN P. O'LEARY
San Antonio Nursery
Cornet N flores and Klngibury Sts.
Now cfftM for hilo anl rn1jr to trannnlant
OniHinciittil Hba'it Hnl H.iit Trera (I rare
Vlnoii rjuot nl Ilulli" Hiukll rruits HhrubH
MnU ltUHf Vims nn.l OrcriMj Tutto Hotipis
New Dnubin IV4 I lUtrim (irtnH l(ot I'Unt'
Iitrmixld Oripi fto Will dfhrr nnd trans-
plant Vrrt: ut C argc
T II UOSENnEUfinU. rroprk'tpr.
Beef Pork Mutton and Sausage
Corner Avenue D and Ninth Street.
itent dellvcnd to nny part of the city.
All orders promptly attended to. Corn-
fed heef n specialty.
nni nf'rwo'tlna-n oii. Ecnl lOc.nls
H R P W: .VuV.WtSjS'S
1 J U U L irnotU that will n il j-ou In tho war
of muklne mere inonoy In a frw (lay I ban you
cvr r ttiQuicht powlliln at unr bin I it i$. On pi.
tal not required. Von can live nt borne and
work In npnto Hint mi's or all tho time.
All of both tfixor of all aurt'S Krundly itio?cai
tttl. tO ti nts to IS t arty fnni' d every evening
Tbt alt who want won may test tho tuluca.
not wtdl Mitlttflid we will aund 91 to nay for the
Iruiibloof writing u. Full parilouUrf dlroo.
tlont etc ( Kent trie Iiiimentepsy aluuluiely
mto for nil who start atonoo. Iioii'i delay
Addrraa Biiwson Sc Va I'orllmid Maine.
Muilo for B4llsand Parlies.
The Frank D. ZottnrelU Company will
furnish first cIabs imielc throug-
ou t tlie coming ee nson for balls nnd nur-
tles. The hand la composed of the be&t
inlent In the city nnd will Insure satis-
faction whenever called upon. Give us
atrial Address 012 Avenue E. 1 0-25-3 m
Calcasieu Lumber Yard
East Commorco Street and Sunset Railroad.
ALt DIMENSIONS OF
Liir Fran Timoer Bmii
Flooring Cclllnp;. Fenclnir Shingles Lnths Palings. While Pino and lied Wood
Finishing Lumber. Hash llllnds Doors. Fencing Wire
" llulldcrs' Hardware Paints Oils Etc.
Sole Anents for this Section for Patent Hoi and Sneep'Proof Fence
SAN ANTONIO LUMBER CO.
I 1 M I f 1 on can hare
0 J t lfll Yorrfrr rtpahtd
1 finest cngrating
MANtirACTimrt ami iikai.kk in
Fine Boots arid ShQes
237 Cotnnmice Street Nut Hour to Rlio.llna & Teiupskt's.
Eagle Pa w Coal Com'y
Main Office at Sunset Freight Depot Telephone 116.
A clean hard bituminous coal Is furnished In nny quantity to suit the trade.
Prompt delivery nnd correct weight! guaranteed.
OrJcr.Hlsor.wlvedatonieonf ltlcoe TT TT U ART7 Munirnr
4tltyan.lloutont.Ttl.3H I C . CI. CI f 1 iViatiagCf.
Uied heibi In doctoring the famtly.fiud
her ilroplo remedlea iJ Villi): In
most enact. Without tho uis of herbi
inedlcAl science would be powerless i
and yet tho tendency of the times Is to
neglect the best of all remedies for thoso
powerful medicines that seriously In
juro tho system
la a combination ot valuable herbs oare-
lully compounded from the formula of
a regular l'hyalclan. who used thla rre-
acriptloQ laritelr In liia prirato practica
with Ereat suoceas. It is a drink but
a medicine uaed by many phralclana.
n-lt ta Invaluablo for IYSPi:vsiA
IUDXKY and 1.11 I'll CDMfl.AIHIS
Mr. C. J. Rhodes a well-Vnown Iron
man of safe Harbor Fa. writes :
"Sly soo was couipltttty prostrataa IT fevsr ani
sni. Oiilulni atitl uAs nl Ho no irood I
ifiro sslI for Ulsalrr'a llstl luttera uul la a ttort
tlui Uia lioy waa quit y.vV
"E. A. Schellentrarer. Druggist 717
St. cialr Street Cleveland O. writes :
'Vcnir Hitters f rao say. and do say. are rrs.
arrlUnt by some of Ilia oldest aod most liroLullKBt
l H) lclUilDour nty."
MisniiEn ixHB bitters co.
B25 Commerce Bt.. Philadelphia.
Parker's Flcasant Worm B jrnp Never Fails
EE1TDLE &. DERBY
336 EAST COMMERCE STREET.
VII work guaranU-cd and at lowest figures.
JOHN II. COPELAHD
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
AND NOTAHV 1'UllLlC.
OmcE-No. 00 West Houston street
ijj stairs rraouccs in nu me couns.
IIKADQITAHTEHS DHl'T OV TRXA8.
urrwn or CiiiF.r (J u a htch m a ht s it.
Ban Astokio Tlx January 2 103-
SIUIXD I'UOl'OSAI.S In triplicate sutlect
tui ho us ml mndltioiis will bo rocelved at
mid nniun until U o'clock nnon on tho mh day
nf Kclinmrj IHH.1 at which time and pluuathey
will to (tnMi..l In nroent or hlildMrs for fur.
ti'shtnir Miiit delivery tn Iho (Jimrturmaitrr's
Uernr'mnnt at the Hun Antm-m Of pot of O
corn-1 goon mfrcnunianm nara wuoa.
lliunk irc"iis will to lurnlsbetlcnnppllca
A guarsntrr. In prescribed form must accom-
The Oncrnnirnt reserves tho rJjjbt to reject
anvor all iropualu.
Unelni-c contalnlog nropo-nls nhould bo
marked "Proposals for Wood." and addrcsnd
io ido nnccreignru.
j. a. o I.CD
Msjorand Chief QuanprioR't-r
feb3-3 4 6 2.1 S7
Ti. HOCKER & COTr
Mattress Makers and Repairers.
tio. 14 Kaiarro fctrect.
Old Furniture cleaned repaired nnil
varnished: earnets laid: curtains liunir.
All orders will Lo promptly attended lo
nnu eaiisincuon cunrniueeu. j.ji-.iiii
Notice to Tax-Payers
CITV COIIK01'OIt'S OFFICE 1
Ban Antoxio January 29 isii.j
Taxpayers areliereby DutlfletTtliat the
time for tlie payment of City Taxes for
the year 1S81 expires on the 2Stli day of
February 18S3 after which date I fitn
required to enforce payment In nocord
ance with the State law and City Ordi
K C. 1IAUKISEN Collector.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
any article of Jacelry you may iirith made o
or engraved equal to Acw JVA tiylee. The
on wood or metals I
& ENGELKE 211 Commerce Street.
TO THE PUBLIC !
The great popularity of tho ' FAHMhit
Unti.'' Cook Stove manufactured by the
I. elbrandt & .McDowell Stove Cotnpanj
nnd sold by their ngenls II. Schultzo ct
Son Snn Antonio has Induced certain
unprincipled fellows to call another stove
hy that name and try to pnlm It oil on
the public as the original Faiimkr Uiitu
Legal steps are now being taken to pro-
tect tbo trade mark "Faiikiii Oim." and
put a stop to the Imposition.
No. 9 W. Commerce Street
AGENTS FOR WEST TEXAS.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Real Estate and Loan
Special attention paid to Lands la Sou I li west
Olllce-237 West Commerce street.
nd 0 cents for posts
rocclre froe a com I v be
jroods which will help you
mora runner rinht mwav
nyttilnvflsuln iMs world. Atl.of-l her
. At oncuadJicsB.TliUB & Co Auguala
Wine and Beer Saloon
Alamo Street Near Postofllco.
All kinds of beer constantly and fresh
on draught. Fine wines liquors and
olgars domsstloand Imported constant-
ly on band. Fine lunch dally.at 11 a m.
POlt TUB CUOIOUST
Beef Pork Mutton Sausages Etc.
LUDWIG &SPEISER. BUTCHERS
30 ALAMO PLAZA.
llenta delivered at residences free of
charge: alio constantly kept on hand.
Hosack & Newton
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Auctioneers Commission Merohants and
W Have Una store rooms for Conalan-
junta at No. 1 tolodad atreet. opposite oourt-
houte and No.7 VT Houston St. Comal block.
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