The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 60, Ed. 1, Friday, March 13, 1885 Page: 4 of 4
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XTbe Stalls Xiobt
Frida Itarch 13. 1885.
ELEGANT VIEWS OF THE PRINCIPAL
Sights In Around San Antonio
Bound in Book form for 50c.
toy-Stereoscopic Views of Snn Anto-
nio nt fie. each. .Mexican and Indian
PAUL WAGNER'S BAZAAR !
l. 101 iti.ii. i). nnm-Aix.
POLITZER & CO.
No. 25 S. W. Corner Military Plan.
General - Auctioneers
AND pr.AI.KnS in
Iti-INllar Sails Mmi.lnj . Wo.lmn.luy an.lHat-
urday coiiilirtnntnt"iir new rimiHim-. i tc..
hitIh .1 weekly from iiinniiratorlei In tlit
lln.l and North. Ilul-.l..rfali-ntl toil. I(
turn prompt. Second hand furniture Iiouirlit
and sold. I.llral a.liiiiuin miii.Iim.ii coih-Iimi-
lltClltA. (J. I'KTITIMIN. AllCllnilt-Cr.
f ANTED Twit llnd-chin "hncmako
lUN ASTOSIO rOULTflV YARDS II
H tniijanlmir I'lj immlli Hocks r. c. iil Ij In
oil fn.ni llu North. w lik li nn- the llm-l hit
ir Piw Is without ctii-i.t .ever m il In lint
i lly llni'iard Unlit lli'iilnmi". Fi ll li strain!
one Jrtrd llult Cn liln. one )anl Ijiniodnui.
row Is can l.i in'i'ii any ilay nf wi-i-k al lln-
ardi.n North Flore unit car line inlliiln-hut-Pun
I'citropnik A lew row In toscll. Cinr
alwatinu hand al -il N.ledud strei I.
;n-1 r a it in in i v.
on In llil'
I HIOLIC BOON-1'cr-.nus wantim)- hacks day
j iiriilKlitcntihilwtl i cnt In lln-lr rcid-
BURNISHED ROOMS FOR RFNT Mr Kurkii. al
I MEXICAN mil
J iiikI hrlilli'.
tin-in In (lie limn
III.' owner ran
ami iay Inr this
riiHE fashion bahd-i:
. Hi nt iinn.li- mr-
ilin Ix-lwt t n lln. horns
I.) Hit tnlcnti-1 orinilil-
I ESSONS ON THtCORNET-l-nrtlciiilcslroiiaor
J; l-rr. -til j- fi..tn.-l In i.ln Inu- thin po-
nlar lit'triunc-it can i I'lili- I lie d r lies t.r a
lliil.lic.l teacher hy n.lri-i.liiir J II IVani
I aslilon Ihcmrc nrko. .'It l'limn in'ir
(ECONO-HAND BOOKS lillirlll an.l Mild al SI
i;0R RENT A liiiiiiniKllinM rock liiiiie. Mi
II rooms klt.-hf-n nii.l servants room; wide
imllcrli . lurwi- jnrd itiii.1 c-litt-rii. Midi cle
corner llai UnTr un.t fhcrimin ilwli. Aii-
lly at iillico ir Mciuri-r Imli'l. 3-lu
i III lie
I'll at lln.
March HI. hh. lr fnml-liiim an.l limn. ..Mm.
dtUu-ry nr tin- rnlloHlnir Mll.Nli.ti mi. Mil
..nil Nnn.lsrnrii Meal. In new M-atnl.. MiikN.
iilKitiiiiNllnlnnii. Ill PiiiicIh
II. 1. 1 Miiiii.la Potatoes. In -neks '
lllank iii.nl. nn lnrthrr Inri.niiiiti
fan Iiuil it " nplii.iitliii In tlila ollu-i-XIUI.
'!' I I'.MIMI
i'nrt-liiHliv iin.l Ii.Kit ( rl.
A. J. JfOCKER S CO. '
Mattress Mm M Repairers.
No. II Navarro slrrct.
Old Furniture cleaned repaired nnd
varnished; irn-t8 laid; eiirtaiin Uuna.
Ml nrders will lie promptly attended to
nnd satisfaction cuaranteed. l-IIMIni
The City brewery nllli lm usual wish
to excel Imse put n superior quality of
lieer the "l'.rlantrer" upon the market.
Connoisseurs pronounce It llrst-class In
The Western Union Telegraph com-
pany are running wires Into the gents'
reading room nt the .Menger hotel nnd
will soon establish n branch telegraph
olllce there for I he accommodation or the
guests nnd the public generally.
Unlucky Spor smen.
A couple of cowboys were In Scholz's
hall night before last when a dude with
n plug hat covering his bwid entered
and called for n lemonade. One or the
c. b.'s turned to his friend and exclaimed
"OobIi bam what things we do ite
when we don't have no gun."
In passing along t ho corridor or the
ilenger hotel last evening this reporter
met the genial host Colonel Curlls Davis
and enquired or him what wns the occa-
sion of the assembling of so many fair
ladles and gallant gentlemen In the par-
lors. as It u reception? "No: no re-
cepiion" no replied "only the usual
K"cai ui uie uouse.
To-morrow evenlngat Turner hall the
tieetiioven .Maennerchor and the Men
delssohn Hlnirlni? assnnlntlm !. i..i
second grand concert. The programme
.il nn i .i To 1nu Instrumental ma.
elo and the I.lllputlan Triple (iuartettt
club who have been specially broughl
from bouth America via New Orleans
the entertainment wilt conclude will
the coinlooperettnentllled "In bchlidn.'
A well known man. fnnui.rW . i.i..
conirnctor on the Sunset rnllwny bat
receuuyBKippeuoiitrrom Han Anionic
under circumstance neeullnrlv r...
able to his business reputation He has
left numerous creditor! for Isrge
amountt to mourn their folly In not le-
quliing good security In transactions
with Mm. Jt Is supposed he has gone to
New Orleans. Tie grand Jury will
probably have a "go" at him.
RAYS OF LIGHT.
Gathered by Reporters on Their
Tours Through Town.
Services In the Cnlhollo churches to-
night Milam square Is bring cleaned by the
Another drawing of lle prizes at
Tengg's book store soon.
Soiree at Professor Whitehead's
dancing academy to-night.
The Ilelknap Rifles nrntohnvenfiag
presented them by the Indies.
The grand Jury returned a small
hatch of Indictments yesterday.
The Turner Hook and Ladder com-
pany are still crying loudly for n flag.
A beer saloon on Acequla street
now sells city beer at fi cents a schooner.
The San Antonio lllfles have added
1(1 new members since their trip to
A slight Increase In freights over the
Sunset Is one of the result of the Uould
See El .Inrnbe at llosshard's build-
ing ! to l'i 2 to li S to 111. Admission
a cents. n-:i-:it
The beer privileges of the Driving
park w III he auctioned ell' to-morrow at
Charles I!od. an extensive land nnd
cattle owner or .Yew Philadelphia Is iti
the city on business.
The Lizzie Kvans company took a
view of tliemisslonsy4terday afternoon
after the matinee.
There Is talk of cnlllnga Democratic
convention for llio Aldermaiilo election
nnd for the appropriation.
Divine services at the Temple Iteth
Kl this evening at S n'clnuk nnd to-morrow
morning nt III o'clock.
Dr. Ilarnlt. Is engaged In making
some Improvements upon his residence
nnd ynrd on Snn l'edro nenue.
The District court is occupied In
trying the case of A 1. Itlvas vs. llord
A'Dlgnowlty a trespass to try title.
Miss rannlu Fry of San .Marcos is
visiting for ii few weeks In this city nt
the residence of Captain A. .1. 1'ry.
Ill Inrnbe painting by Kdwnrd
(renct 7x10 feet on exhibition nt ftoss-
hard's store opposite Vance house.
The Thursday afternoon dress pa-
rade of tho troops on Military hill ves-
terday wns. as well attended as usual.
Kx-poltre Olllcer Westmoreland
called nt the I.iuiir olllro nnd Informed
the reporters he had been whitewashed.
The Hulls Head saloon on Market
street Is closed. Mr. Kd. Steves propo-
ses to build a large storo house on the
In two weeks from to night Profes-
sor Whitehead will give n grand fare-
well ball to his dancing pupils nt Casino
A lot of broken glass bottles were
lying on Soledad and Houston streets
early this morning to Ihn great danger
of horses' feet.
(.reliefs Kl .Inralie on exhibition
from 8 to li n. in. '2 tnii p. iu. 8 to III p.
in. llosshnrd's building opposltu Vance
house. Admission J.ic. lKI-:it
Tho Sail Antonio nnd Alamo Ice
lactories are preparing for the suin"ier
trade and Hill soon run their machinery
and hands on full time.
A Mexican's exnres uairnn went to
pieces In the deepest part of the river nt
ue nun oriuge lorn mis morning giving
lie driver n ducking.
One of the chambermaids nt the
Vance House skipped town yesterday
taking with hern ring belonging to Mr.
Caef who Is staying at that hotel.
The new sanitary system of tills cllv
now thoroughly orirnnizi-il mill fa
working beautifully. It will be worth
nniisanus oi dollars to I lie city.
.Miss l.lrzle hvans concluded her !.-
gagement here last evening by present-
ing comedy drama Den drop. It was
iguij appreciaieu oy a sparse audience.
The llshlnir season tins lnn !
he small bov nlavs "hooker" rrnm
school nnd tnxes Ills Ingenuity to Invent
nn excuse that will satisfy both parents
The ka-'lccttn Ollnrli-tli. ..Ink la
been formed. Mr. Abe Samuels Is musi-
cal director Mr. .lohn Fowler. Presi-
dent; Mr. Aaron Frank Secretary and
The Alamo lrun etnb r..iv..i iimip
elegant gold medal jeslerdny. It Is n
........ i jcnei mm win ue nuiir con-
tested for by the membcra nt their regit.
The trenllemnn wlin nlnl-o.l .. .
piece of iiik embroidery nenr Commerce
street br dire resienfuT n in t..
lenve same at J.ianr olllce and get his
Two colored men liml iii.l.t n.l.
morning In Morris' saloon. One or the
men.gettlng.the worst ran across the
Plaza and OtUcer Ilelii-on rr...ii i
The Convent nnllinrltlu. t.. u.... A...
tonlosay that girl Is not In this con-
vent. Thev refnai.il l.r ..
and request the I.ioiit to correct yester-
day's Hem this much.
l.enorta renr-li Mm Aninnin nnn.ni..
allyot the decided success or a well
known San Antonio lady Miss Klrlra
bch If titling who Is completing her mu-
slcal education in New York.
The San Antnnln 1MrtaB i..i..
decided not to go to tho .Mobile coin-
petltlvo drill ns it would oost too much
money and the boys were not sulllclent-
'" "ell drilled to compete with the old
llllll oflnill.!.! In. l... 1
bv the (irand Jury ngalnst Oeorgo
ashlngton colored for theft under S20
value against John Forrest theft of a
J V. eociaiio riorcs over S'.H) and
bam Moore over $20.
Freight nre rei.f.ri ! .
ular over the International and Orcut
I..1 T r " V "le. "Vision lie ween
Palestine and t.nr.ln i-ir
horses passed over the road to-day. All
freights north of Palestine nre slopped.
I lie plank s deualk- n n..i.
street sadly needs repair. There Is a
large loose plank which the J.Kiiir
called attention to some time ago nnd
11 11 ... . ' " long in the
middle or It. Anone traveling over It
lifter nightfall Is liable to break Ids-leg
by railing In the hole.
A lire occurred neciirr..! .... tt.
street yesterday afternoon at the photo-
oeooV. enr: ..11!
tlrely destroyed. The damage is esti-
mated at $200 on which there is no ln-
7' u" onosei-i me lire wns due
to a vounir tnilv 1 it r... ......u .........
fell from Tier hand accidentally Into n
box of chemicals.
The pound nnrtr i.u ln. ..1..1..
the parsonage or the Trinity Methodist
had In auctioning oli the pounds In thi
pl'ayeT 1 c"r" anJ ln various gniuei
The Deutsche Maennerchor.
The entertainment ..1 ..1
lsst night at the Arbeiter Vert In hall bj
the Deutsche Maennerchor wi.s exceed
hS f M "n"?""'!''" bvtle "'""b an.
""' Instrumental 'music 1 was
m;r.ltl "ulu" me uance uegi
and continued until the small houri
A PASSING OLOUD.
How tto Oonrio of Trao Lore wot Final-
ly Made to Bon Very Smoothly
'V'nl will you tnko my ndvlco?"
"It depends mi whether It suits my
fnncy dear. Did you ever know any
ono to tnko ndvlco olherwi v1"
Unly .Mnrchmnnt laughed. "I nm
nfrnhl inlno will hardly do no In this In-
stance. I would suggest that you tnko
n liook nnd try to read nn tho llino
would pass much quicker If you did not
study tho clock every flvo minutes.
There Is one 011 that (ablo that could
not full to ltitei est you It Is tho story
of n fair maid who suffered all tho
'pangs tho ngonlcs the doubts' of n
true love that did not like yours run
"I slild probably throw It to tho
other c-titl of tho room after llvo minutes."
And to tli 11k." sa d l-nlv March-
mont meditatively "to think that six
months ngn Jim did not know this hero
who Is now making such havoc in your
pence of mind."
Valerie ro.10 Impatiently from her
teat and walked ncrosi to tho window
a frown milling tho serenity of licr
white foichead nml a vexed look in her
etiy gray eyes.
Vnl'snlmiiit movement caused Ladv
Marchmont to look up Inquiringly nnd
alio divined tho cause of her displeas-
ure. Tho young lady had certain pe-
culiar notions of her own nnd did not
like being Joked about her love and her
lover especially beforo n third person.
ntouo for her Indiscretion nnother lndy
present looked up horn hcrlaccwork
and said quietly:
"Is It not wonderful how ready wb
women aru to tiust our happiness nnd
our future in tho hands of men of
whom Tor tho most part wo know lit-
tler' The speaker was n slight fair worn-
nn whom ago it Would lo difficult to
guess. Sho was 0110 of thoio persons
whnm otie would at first declare to bo
qtilto unattractive and shortly discover
mat they possess a strange iiiscinaiioii.
Whether it was her peculiarly clear
low-tiini'd voice or a certain air of (inl
et bClf-H)ssessloii which nothing seemed
to rilllie 11 was iinueuiaiiiu inni .airs.
.Maitlnuil had hail her sharo nf mini Ir
on hood was saVl to have received more
than ono oner to cnango ncr apparently
not incoiisolalilo state.
'nl L'lniiced at her with a slMitlv
contemptuous look In her eyes.
1 our rcinai k nas no sigiiiucanco tor
me. Mis. Maitlnnd. for I know Capt.
Dafryinplo tlioroughly" sho said with
n happy confidence in Iter tone. A
slight sinllo plavcd for a moment round
Mis. .Maitlamrs thin Hps and she
dropied her ejes again over her
Oli. von think von do." she mi
nuend hi her quiet tones which some-
how or other generally had the effect of
Irritating Val 'which does as well-
nay better for few of us would beueSt
by an Intimate knowledge of tho lives
of most men."
1 lin life nt cvorv honorable man Is
Ihn same" letiirned Val indignantly.
i our exoer eneo of tho other sex must
have been unfortunate Mrs. Jlalt-
.Miiltlnnd." There was a slight accession of color
In the widow's usually Imnassivo cheek
ns she replied in a somewhat sarcastic
lone: "l aiimlrc. if l do not emulate.
our ciinrming continence .Miss cnar-
erls. I bono von mav nover have
cause to regret it but I think when
you are a few ears older you will ac-
Kiinwieiige mat men aru an anno ana
that self is tho guiding-star of their ex-
litonce." I refuso to liel evo It." Bald Val.
"You are welcomo to your opinion
.urs. .viaiiiamr icavo mo in 1110 enjoy-
ment of mine. Thero nro bad aliko in
botli sexes lnit what does It matter if
thero aro worthless men when tho ono
In whiun ono trusts nnd believes is all
ho should ItoV And with this Val
turned her back on her antagonist and
dropping Into an easy-chair gavo lier-
self up to a mental revision of the vir-
tues of her chaalltt sans titur ct tans re-
"vavsani j.a(iy .itarciimont uroaK-
Ing in nn her reverie as sho bent over
her and spoke in a low tono "where
nro your thoughts? I hear tho dog-cart
going round to tho front door."
In a few; minutes tho door was Hung
open and c-'apt. Dalrvmplo was an
nounced. 110 was a tan soitneriy-iooK-hiu
man. with a trravc. serious fnco nnd
dark earnest eyes which when ho
Minn u soiieneu ami 111 up uiawonuer-
f ully uttractlvo manner.
in llio presence or tno two ladles
Valcaio's greeting with him was neces-
sarily restrained: a silent but exnrcss-
ivo pressmo of tho hands and Capt.
Dalrymplo turned to Lady Marchmont.
"I have to thank you for your great
kindness in extending to mo your Invi-
tation to Viri."
"I am only too delighted to seo you"
answered Lady .Marchmont heartily:
"and for tho rest you know Val would
not have consented to cotnolf you had
not niso invoreu us wuii your compa
A3 mio spoKo siio nan turned towards
Mrs. .Mnitland ns that lady camo for-
ward holding out her hand nsslio said
wltli her most fascinating Bmlle:
"Thero is no need for nn introduc-
tion Uidy Marchmont; Capt. Dalrym-
plo and I aro old friends."
"I did not expect to meet you" ho
said at length.
"inn unexpected always happens
you know" replied Mrs. Maitlaud
What did It mean? Val asked herself.
That tiicy should bo acquainted witlt
i-.ieu inner was not wonueriui mil wny
had Mrs. Maitlaud been silent on tho
point toward her nnd abovo nil why
should her piesenco apparently discon-
cert Vernon iu someway?
Sho had not time to ponder further
on the subject for llio next moment
capt. iiaujmplo turned to her with his
nttractive smile under llio Influence of
which Val's disquietude melted instant-
ly. Iloivabsurd to worry nliout such a
tiling when of course at tho llrst ot-
iHirtnnlty Vernon would explain It nil!
"Meet me In llio drawing-room beforo
any ono Is down" sho whispered to him
as they separated to dress for din-
ner. "All right darling." ho replied ns ho
smiled down on her with those eloquent
dark eyes that had won licr heart s al-
leglanto. Capt. Dalrymplo performed his toilet
in a vei y short space of time nnd re-
paired at onco ID tho drawing-loom
thero to await Val. Ho wnndcredinto
the conservatory nnd paced ubout rest-
lessly Ono of tho glass doors opening
closo by him caused him to turn quickly
with a smllo of welcome on Ids Hps
when to his utter surprise ho found
himself confronted bv Mrs. Mainland.
7'c U VotitlnuetL
The Doctors on the Bat Cave.
an llio Hon. Major ami Hoard nf Aldermen.
San Antonio Texa-i March 13 1883.
ne tho undersigned members of the
City Hoard or Health. declarf.after carti
ful examination that the city lock-up la
In every way Inadenunte to Its purpose.
It It too small for the number of pris-
oners badly ventilated not provided
wuii nro places anu wiinoui tuiucient
iirivyaccoinmouaiions. It la tilth) un
healthy and n disgrace to our city
Signed. Dii. F Heiifi-
Hit. Amos Uiuvks
Dii. Ki. IIknxktt
Written fur llio Mailt.
In summer woods of tender green
Where stretched nwny a sylvan scene
With golden sunshine shot between
it bloomed alone
A lovely fragrant fragile thing
To stronger plants Inclined to ollng
Whilst over all Us odora fling
T lilt sweet brier rose.
Its perfect form and rare perfume
Would halls or pride and wealth Illume
Yet restlfsa time will both consume
Oh transient rose.
These colors like an eastern morn
Those perfect leave's Conceal a thorn
And yet my love J on shall ndorn
To-nlghl sweet rose.
I'll pluck thee from the parent stem;
Were 1 to rob a diadem
I could not llnd a fairer gem
Than thee young rose.
Your bloom will fade belore n day.
At fades the human life nwny;
You've blossomed nnd can truly say
Thy duty'a done.
We tlnd an emblem In this flower
To life's most strange nnd fleeting hour
And God's omnipotence of power
To cnll us hence.
So ninny lives pass on the wny
line v f l in uawn 01 nature a ony
And yet how few of us can say
uiir uuiy h uune.
F. II. Ilowmnn. DouilngoMardo ). II.
Anderson drunks $. each.
H. A. llurnsldc dlsocderly lined $..
I. ?uiii..1 .Tnaeith. Indni- a vsirralit.
fired $10 or 110 days III Jail.
Anurew vt llliaill anu .lames .--pcucr
quarreling nnd lighting lined $S enoh.
Pat Mtildoon while seated on his hnck
yesterday nfternoon had his nerves
shaken by Mrs. Ilcrndon's horse nnd
incur running Into him. smashing the
buggy to pieces. The collision so slight
ly aiiecieu tno nacK mat uiu noi
know anything nliout It tint 1 1 he enw
the buggy In the middle oflhe rond with
Tho soclnblo given hy the Ladles'
Missionary Aid society of the Cumber
land Preshjterlnii church last night wns
attended by about f0 people young and
old. A romping rollicking time wns
hnd In playing games nndnlterwnrds re-
freshments were served nnd a collection
The Special Police committee of the
City Council met this morning nt the
Major's olhce and held a secret session
o which reporters were not admitted.
One of the Items before the committed
the nuestion of the reinstatement of
Win. Jackson as n special police olllcer
Drnw-poker Is much denrer tlinn it
draw on an Opera PulT Cigarette. Avoid
Grand onenliiL'. March 14. 1885. llar-
nlsch .t liner's Ice cream parlor nnd gar-
Pnnconst it Son never had n better or
cheaper stock of renily-innde clothing
thnn for this spring. il 'J-lin
-Domes on monthly nnwneiils. For
sale cottage four rooms. Gallery city
water all modern Improvements. Ex-
cellent location seven minutes walk
from Postofllce. Address lockbox 580
San Antonio Texas. Iw
itecelved direct from Paris the latest
nnd finest paints called the Plum nnd
csern. we uye siiks wool anu cotton
goods. Give us a cnll.
It . KAIIMSTOIlK iV CO
3-12-at 112 East Houston St.
Selling out the entire stock of fruit
nnd ornnmcntnl trees nt cost.
W. W. Hum.
3-12-3t. No. r. West Houston street.
Dr. A. Zorlowskl has moved to No.
313 Nuevn street. I-10-Ct.
We enrrv n full line of patent medi
cines llaglnnd t Co.'s City Drug Store.
A lartre assortment ordiolce ncrrumes
at City Drugstore.
Our neckwear and furnishing goods
Just In are new choice and cheap.
a-U-llll l-AXCOAST cc BOX.
The Kaiser Tyroleans nre drawinir
large audiences nt the Uehllnger pu-
Kl Jarabe. 7x10 feet on exhibition
at llosshard's store near Vance house.
Aumission -jjc. n-.t-.it
Iteming planus cheap nt 1 1 hod 1 in A
Toilet bath and cnrrlntre spontres nt
City Drug Store.
Our clothlnir made to order Is strictly
llrst-class. Pancoast & Sons.
Cnll nnd see the White F.lenhnnt
restntirunt nnd lunch counter the place
where you can get the best meal for the
least money; In fact the best the market
affords. Klrst-clast waiters on watch
day and night. Give the White Ele-
phant restaurant nnd lunch counter a
call. ' 3-3-lui.
If you wish to have n set of beautiful
gave you by using OHIDONTO regular-
ly. Only M cents a box liquid and
powuer nr r . rvaiteyer cc son s.
We nre nblo to give better value nnd
liner work choicer iroods. than ever be
fore In our merchant tailoring depart
ment. I'AXCOiST v &0N.
Great reduction In prices on winter
goods nt Pnnconst A Sons'.
We guarantee our 33c. tooth brushes.
ItAIU.AMl & Co.
Uehllnircr'a pavilion continues to be
the nttractive place for amusement. A
constant change of programme 2-2S-tf
All that la new In hats In felt nnd
straw. Pancoasi' & Son.
For Hoarseness Whooping Cough
Spasm or tho Wlud-plpe known as
crowing disease nnd Indeed for nil pul-
monnry numents inosi common among
the little peoiile.MOltl.KY'S TWO-HIT
COUGH SYitUP Is n certain cure.
Sold by F. Kalteyer & Son.
A nice selection of ladles' toilet arti-
cles nt City Drug Store.
A brnn new plnno never used cost
$330 can be bought at n bargain by-
calling on or nddresslng T. 11. Johnson
Lioiit ollloe. 11-12-tf
Tills popular resort of pleasure is
crowded every evenlne wllh visitors.
At a family resort with admission free
Mr. Uehllnger has given song and muilo
loving people a chance for enjoyment
not coupled with the society binding
conventionalities of theatres and opera
houses. The Kaiser Tyrolean troupe
have added n line soprano to their vocal
forces and there ta n change of pro
gramme every nigiu. Domeiniiig tine
may be expected the next tollowing
t. S. Floyd 1 Co.
Brokers In f.ralnf cotton nnd provisions
No. U Soledad street. Home olllce. Gal-
tonlo ilouston and Fort Worth. lu-17tf
A TERRIBLE CRASH.
231 West tomincres slrecl.
Ilrnnch store of Nichols t Co. 3:17
Ilroadwny New York City dealers In
dry goods notions stationery Jewelry
glassware crockery Huh are lints
shoes clothing eto.
Plus 2Jo perpnper; good heavy gold-
plated brooch pins 23c worth $I.WI; nlso
nice line coral jewelry; fancy shelf paper
0 sheets 21c; 12 sheets lioto paper -'lc;
hoop skirts lo and up; No. I) all silk Ot-
toman ribbons 12Jo peryard; other quali-
ties same ratio; ladles and mlssesgloves
loo and ISo ier pair; gent's llnest
dog klnt gloves silk stitch backs 83a
$1.00; gent's silk hats' fi IX); ladles anil i
gent's l-ply linen collars all latest styles
lOo cadi; culls 4-ply 18c pair; 2-quart
lln buckets 10c; goblets 73o per dozen;
nil wool Ingrain carpets oSc peryard;
nil wool pnnts dark grey hair lines
Jr. IK) am! $3 23 per pair worth $5 and $0.
Men's rubber coats $1 ti'J each; Indies'
and misses' nnd boys' rubber coats 75e
$1 and $1 23 each; lllg line or Indies Tan-
ey lace scarfs 6o anil lOo each. Hoys'
nnd incn'a soft hats 23o nnd 30o each.
Gents' sort hats $1 23 nnd the best $3.
We guarantee tinware 30 per cent
under other competitors. Gent's lntest
styles or pure silk nnd satin
scarfs 30 cents sold by others nt M
cents belter quality 43 cents each.
Ilenvy nil linen table cloths white 25
cents a yard worth 35 cents.
Wo will lake orders for any article nil-
vertlsed by New York retnll houses de-
livered here free of charges.
Niciioi.h .t Co.
2-2l-3ni i'M West Commerce St.
One of the llnest establishments Unit
San Antonio If not Texas can boast of
Is the Art Gallery ore. II. Mueller nt
203 Commerce street. Here cnll be had
artist's nnd draiighlmen'a materials of
both domestic anu Imported kinds. Kn-
f ravings chroinos nnd paintings nre on
innd In nn endless variety. Iicturo
frames mouldings nnd materials for
frescoandslgn painting In largo varieties
China decorations and material for mix
Mowers In n large assortment. Mr.
Mueller receives direct from fnctorlcs
large shipments of palms oils nnd other
material In Hint line ns well as window
8 lass and line domestic and Imported
ecoratlve wall paper are specialties ln
his establishment. 12-13-ly
Mr. .1. P. Condon on Nncogdoches
street betw een Ilouston nnd Crockett
announces to the public Hint he is pre-
pared to make to order by hand all
styles of carriages buggies and in fact
everything on wheels nt lowest possible
prices. All his work Is hand made nnd
In style and price will compare more
than favorably with Northern machine
work. Old vehicles taken In part pay-
ment for new ones. Only tlrst olnsa
workmen emplojed nnd satisfaction
guaranteed Hue carriage painting nnd
trimming a specially. 3-13-lf
A Fine I holograph.
Mnnnger I.acour or the I.lllpiillnn
Trlpple Ojiartette. has sent n photograph
to ono or the members of the Heelhoven
club. It shows the whole or these little
gentlemen In a group In lostume. The
picture Is a highly llnlslied Piece or nrt
nnd the physlognomlcnl delietuillon as
perfect ns 'it inn make them. Their
unique appearance Iu connection with
tho lleethoveu nnd Mendelsohn concert
to-morrow evening will lie the event or
the season. A rich nml rnre treat uwnlts
lsltors at Turner hnll to-morrow even-
L. II. .Ih k Son
At 220 22S nnd 230 Market Btreet Snn
Antonio Texas hardware palms and
seed merchants. Headquarters Tor 1.
i.aniiretu .v aou s seeds .lust received
one car hind rontnliilnLr African sor
ghum early amber nnd orange cane
seeds Johnson grass tfed genuine Gcr-
uitin and common millet Hungnrlnn
mixed lnwn nnd pasture grass seeds
alfalfa cow liens black eye nnd South-
ern lndy KIPnsoonlonseedtelo. Agents
for linnet Jr. seed drills garden linml
piows cultivators j-r.'-ti
The New City Director;.
The publishers or the City Directory.
having completed their canvass Tor the
names rcipecuiilly request nil persons
making changes In their firms business
location or plnce of residence to notify
them of their midress ns soon thereafte'r
ns practicable In order that they may
hnve them properly Inserted In the new
.11C1HUI-.ON .v roriiMV
3-9-tf Hox 377 City.
" A bird In the hand Is worth two In
the bush" but Mr. L. K. llufe who lives
In the town with the singular name of
Hlrd-in-IIand. Lancaster county. Pa..
can't compute the worth of Mlshler's
neru tuners lor it snved ins tile coin-
ing else would cure him or cholera mor-
bus The medicine Is rnpld nnd clllcn-
clous in kidney ana liver complaints
fever nnd ague astlimn erysipelas and
all kindred complaints. For blood dis-
eases It Is without n rival.
Mr. L. Wolfson lias lust opened n lartre
shipment of tine Bummer silks of all
shades and hues In all the delicate col-
orings to be fashionable durlngthe com-
ing season. Tho legitimate price of the
same should really be 75 cents but In
order to close them out quick he has
marked uown io no cenis. a speetiy
visit to Mr. Wolfson's bazaar will Insure
good bargains in these line goods.
Nollce io ln Public
l'he underBlirncd wishes Io correct the
erroneous and malicious reports ln cir
culation to mo eiieci mat .Mr. .mines
Martin has sold out his business. 1 wish
to state t li nt I am still In business nt 237
Commerce Btreet and expect to remain
and carry a full and fresh stock or tine
boots nnd slices. Respectfully.
3 0-cow4w Jasikk Maiiiin.
New Hair Store.
Wigsl Wigs! made to order fur Indies
nd irentlemeii. The latest sUles In full-
dress coiffures always on hand. Also
family combings made Into any shape.
410 i:. HoiiitMi St near Alamo l'iaza.
Will have an opening to exhibit our
best styles about the -!-". 1 1 1 . 3-12-lm
Contractors Take Notice.
Have nbout 75.000 of those hard Ala-
zan brick left suitable for buildings or
pavements at $iu per hmi.
3-13-fit W. L. llAHKrii.it Co.
HnwkeB' celebrated spectacles nnd
patent snrlmr eve-ulnsses. the llnest ln
the world lltled to every condition of
tno eje uy crnzer iiros. jcweierB junin
plnzn Snn Antonio. 2-27-2m
Try It Yourself
Tliepriw r tllj puil-llntr lsla.1 In ihewinir
thuatrln'. leu In Iihiiii an o- p iriiinlly lolry
tlieerlleli- .ntiM-lf. -1 rolltt-. J. (iiJmcdi
Clailn llwl.nil Ji IT- the it. liiml-o Imve
fieetilal l.i.ll c ot Ilr ll.-i.i.k.'- I'miuli and
lunir Hiriui r r each ami ev it ii-u- who H
Bllllcleit Willi Coilb-hs rtihl' AhiIiuia (Vn
suinplloiiur l.ioitf aUiH.llu'
Fresh car Messena oruncee. lemons.
bananas nnd oilier fruit. Call nt 220
Last Houston street. Telephone No. 77.
3-7-Ut ANIiKI.Q 11.11. 1.AIIL1A.
The Alamo Ice companv have taken
the agency lor the Indian Territory
Piaaos For Rent
Upright nnd square pianos fur rent nt
Jtnouius & TempsKy s
Calcasieu Lumber Yard
East Commerco Stroot and Stinsot f
ALL lllMRNSIONa OK
Flooring Celling Fencing Shingles
Finishing Lumber. Sash
Sole Apts for this Section for
IT A IT I Q l low tan lulte
ml JT lly fcLL Y 0"''T "'lolCr'
alANUPAGTUHKH AND IlKAI.KIt IN
937 Cumin".! ci. Street Neat
Whi-ri-as by a rcsiiliitlnn or the City Coil licit
l.iptiil at lln- iiii-ellnif lii-l.l on llu lull .lay r
Man-li P.- it was pn Mini Hint nn eh-cllnn Iki
rilered to take the senm' or the pruHrty lav
piijern nlicllu-r or not the City tluiiiM issuo
(THrlflcvciity.eTlioililli.l Dnllars. Ililrty
i. sit percent lmnils for tlie itirHiKe of
hullilhur it Clly Hall t'ntirt Itoom ami .lull;
Now lliererore I liryan riillairlian. Major
f the Cits-or ?an Anloiilo by ilrtlieorthe
Kiwi-rconrrrn.il on mil by the rliartcr nml
Or.liiiiin. i- r 111. Clly nn.l Iu neci.nl.iii-. u III
(-i-clloii 4.1 or the Aineli.lint (Ity ( liiirlernilo.
it on tlie llli day of Mureli ito lu-reliy or-
er unit .lllii t that an eteclloii be held on
Saturday April 4 1885
:ir llio uIhivc puriose.
Tlie K.1I w III I- oico from H o'cliK-k a. in. Io
6 o'clock p. in.
Ill Want No. 1 At ltccorlcr';onlccWilllaui
K. finllli l'mei.lliiK Olllcer
III Want No 2-At Kl Isch'a Hall: A. P. Ilh as
In Waml Xn.a-.Vt Ihn Alauio; Sam May.
rick rrcslillntr Olllcer.
Ill Want No. 4 At No. IW Aliliiiostii-i-l m ar
Vllllla slrecl; A. llrelss fir. ProMlinronii-cr.
tii)i l will c-nt tliclr vole 'Tor" or
"AgnliKt Hie lniHislllon."
l election will bo liel.l uii.l ictliniH inailu
coiiliiiiL-o w itli "An Orilluant'o dm eruliiK
Ill li-sttiiiony whereof I tierciinto siirii
-r I his Dili day or March A. II. In.
BRYAN CALLAGHAN Mayor.
Altesli K. 1'. Cl.tllliiiN.City Clerk.
MAYO IPS OFFICK )
Citv of San Antonio Tkxai (
March 11 18S3. J
mil Fpi-clllcnlliiiis foi n new City Hull
nirt lliHim an. I .lull Io cont f.'illllll wilt bi
eeiw-il at this ollleu until 14 in. 8atiirlay
.March 21 1KS.1.
Tho City rcecru-a the ilKhtlo reject any ami
BRYAN CALLAGHAN Mayor
lly Ik I'.ti.AunoN Clly Clerk.
eil. a nu
e.illrcct from Mexico
t. urn cr Ihn Vi
pclonclllo chocolate crockery .vieali
of thill Chlltccii
IIUMIIKUTO do H. ItOSSI
J. 8. Al.KXANPI
TEXAS NATIONAL BANK
OF SAN ANT0NI0-2S8 COMMERCE STREET.
Author!?!' il cnpltal. T5(tmi! l'nld In. f lno1
A if.iiprHl lainkliiLT liiiaini'ss IninHacteit. Ill-
rectors H. J. AleAiimtcr II. W. lliiickcnrl.ttio
II. II. Andrews A. Ilelklinp. 11. r. loaKiiui.
UiQ MAItKKT bTHKKT.
FlrsU'lasH 1nmrl hy lny wwknr inonlli
Mot ttitTi'o nnd luc-li hutlKfuctloi) iruu run tcwl
Jilts. AM KM A M I. II M Vntprh-trcM.
-PP.il. Kit IN-
Beef Pork.Mu tton and Sausage
Corner Avenue D and Ninth Street.
Meat delivered to any part of the city-
All orders promptly attended to. Corn-
fed beef a specialty.
Laths Palings. While Pine and Itcd Wood
Hllnds Doors Fencing Wire
Paints Oils ICtc.
Patent Hoe ana Sleep Proof Fence.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
any article of Jacrliy yon may tM tnade Io
flPmt tqval to Aeio Vmk ilylts. The
on irfKwf or metals bv
& ENOELKB 211 Commerce Street.
Door to niioillim t Tmiiskv's.
Whereas two vnenncies exist In the
Hon. Hoard of Aldermen one In the First
Wartf. caused bv the resignation of Al
derman J nan T. Cardenas nnd one In the
roiirtn Ytnrti cnuseu uy the uentb or
Alderman C. A. ltlcliler. and said vacan
cies having occurred more than nine
inonuis prior to nn election Section -'7
oi uie uny cunrter proviues mat tne
Mayor shall order nn election ln said
Wards to 1111 such vacancies.
Xow. therefore. I. Hrvan Cnllnchnn.
Mayor of tho Clly of Snn Antonio by
virtue of the power conferred on me by
the Charier nml Ordinance of the Citv.
do hereby order and direct that nn eleo-
iion ne Held in the first nnd fourth
Wards of this City on
Saturday April 4 1885
for the election of nn Alderman In each
of the above-mentioned Wards to till
The Polls will be open from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 0 o'clock p. in.
In tvard ISo. 1 at ltecorder's Office:
William S. Smith Presiding Olllcer.
In Ward Xo. IU07 Alamo Street near
Vlllltn Street: A. Dreiss. Sr.. Prcsidlntr
The election will ho held nnd returns
made III accordance wlth"An Ordinance
In testimony whereof. I hereunto slirn
(--.) nnd have caused the seal of the
I. u. V CltyofSnn Antonio to beafilxed
-v J this Bth day of March IStlJ.
UK VAN CALL AO II AN Mayor
est : K. P. Ci.tupoN City Clerk.
NO. 43 NOLISUAU STltlCET
tinder the innniiireiiient of I flami banker-
1I(.hihIih subject lo clicck reeclveil but inter
est will bo inil'l only on 'ilino llcgioslta or (I
San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
Ptccl Hoses rented Iu our Iliirirlar-I'roor
tccl-llni'il. MarliliM'iieiiscil Vault. All tmies
mt led by a nulslor key. Ilont ttlo a inontll
ml llinvnnl nccordlnjr to size or linx.
I.. GAltZA President.
Steam Cleaning Dyeing Repairing Est't
no. ii un Housion street San Antonio.
Wf 1111110111. 1.. 11.. ..1.11. 1. .... .....
to cli aii 1111 Myn Iu ourcslalllliinent allblmla
oriaillea and items' apparol hats feathera
cloth silk velvet satin wihiIpii and cotton
lOMKis. shawls duinasks table cloths earpeta
and blankets no matter how lU-llcato the rab-
rlo our method will not Injuro It In tho least.
D-13-llll W. IIAIIMSUOHF H CO
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