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The San Antonio Light.
AVKDN1S9DAY, Al'ltlb 4, 1883.
0 K. HIIENEMAN. OSOAIt UEIIOSTIIOM
BltENEMAN 4 BEltGSTKOJI,
Attys- s GouiisolIors-at-Law.
32 Solcdsd St. N. of Courthouse
SAN ANTONIO. TEXA8.
All klndi of legal business solicited. German
8panlsh nnd Swedish Riiokcn Htiil written.
3FL moyal !
THE LIGHT OFKJOJ2 WlLh
HEItE AFT13 It BE FOUND IX
THE BUILDING NEXT TO THE
FltEIE 1KESSE OFPJCK, 13 AST
A Fragment of 11 ltemiirkublc 1'ooni.
As in the stillest night.
The list'nlng ear can something hear i
Anil In tlio humblest wlitlit,
Tlio senrchlfg eyo may good espy;
So can both Whig and 'lory
Find gladness. Joy nml rest
In that everlasting glory,
OAI.LAailKlt'8 IlKST. 3-7-110
All I'nlil Up Subscriber
Totho Evening Light will receive tlio San
Antonio Limn? until tlio expiration or tlio
time paid, and our city agent. II. 1 Johnson,
Is authorized to giro new receipts to that
effect to thoso who deslro them.
Ono ellvor premium inednl engraved Eselo
Moyers. Finder will bo rewarded by leaving
Bamo at this olllco. nivJ-t
Storm at Galveston.
A storm swept over Galveston last night and
occasioned considerable damage. Many tele
graph wires wcro broken down.
It Slay llo Murder.
7 Tho ncgress Jones, who was shot by her lovor
Louis Cain, has had a rolapso and Is considered
in a dangerous stato.
Mr. T. 11. Johnson, business inanagor of this
establishment, was awarded tho city printing
for tho running your at tho City Council meet
ing last night.
A Now Hotel.
Tlio Lioiit Is Informed that Mr. Albort Mav
erick proposes shortly to build a largo hotel
worthy of the city of fan Antonio, at tlio cor
ner of Alamo plaza and Houston street
Tlie Mason Klopemellt.
Mrs. Mason, tho woman who llgured In tho
report of an elopement current yesterday, has
not returnod as her husband expected, and It
transpires that nor uaggnge was laocien hi
Houston, instead of to Scguln, thoplaco she
had announced she would visit.
If You are Suffering
From torpidity of tho liver or constipation of
h.. l.nurnla Irv 11 linttln nf II (MM t izl III'. Dr.
Tobln's great liver medicine. Kvory bottle.
Is guaranteed to you, and your money rciunueu
If n nr.. not Wltlsllcd.
For salo at Cluvin's drug store, and by C.
Desirable Hunches For Sale.
2.".,C00 acres, with plenty of stock, for $100,
tXU" lSfeO acres in Itoxar county for $1.73 per ncro,
JUOacros. H inliosfrom town, near San An
tonio river for $2000.
W. E. Hii.ton,
203 West Houston street.
For reasons best known tomysclf, I havothls
day discontinued the printing of tho Evening
Light for tlioKvenlngLlglitPrliitlngnnd Pub
lishing Company, and herewith present to tho
good pooplo of Han Antonio tho llrst copy of
tho'SN ANTONIO LlflllT," which appears
under tho proprietorship of (llirord, Johnson
& Winter, nnd will bo continued In Its present
form and stylo until tho new press and ma
terial, which has been ordered, arrives, when It
will bo eutargoil to u seven column purer, and
tho now management will at all tlmos endeavor
to make It tho best and brighter local paper In
the city i frco from till jiersonnl bitterness and
old time grudges, with nil earnest endeavor to
merit whatever patronage anil good will may
bo oxtended to It bv a gonorous public.
For reasons best known to ourselves, wo
havothls day withdrawn from tho Evening
Light Priming and Publishing Company, and
wo will not bo responsible for any debts In
curred hereafter, by or in tho name of said
Evening Light mining nnu i-uinisning i;om
pnny. A. W. (Iifkoimi,
T. II JOHNHO.N.
San Antonio, Texas, Aprils, l&a
Tho undersigned Imvo this day formed a co
partnership for tho purpose, of conducting n
printing ami publishing buslnoss In this city,
in tho Issuing of tho S.VN ANTONIO L1UIIT,
under the firm name, Gilford, Johnson &
Mr. Lagrange, of Garza's crossing, had a tiro
horso stolen five weekB ngo. Last night ho
camo In and reported the animal as found,
From tho slightest clow ho traced the horxo ISO
miles from Han Antonio. Tho thler had traded
tho horso for a small mulo. Tho horse was
given up to Its owner. Tho thief Is still at
large. It cost Mr. Ijigrango gsu for ins num.
The City Collector reports tho following col
lections for tho month of March :
Ooneral fund, Including all Hconsos, back
taxes, etc.. s.im m.
Rruilnl fund, of BllvatorC'IIl tnXCS. S2.XK) 21),
Police fund, Including market rceolpts,
$1.5011 W. ......
School fund. Including poll and ndvalorcm
taxes, si.iki 4J, malting a loiiu oi j,uu cui-
jeetcu lust moniii.
Proposed Literary Society Amalgamation
Having been requested by Messrs. W. T,
Piinconst, A. E. Judgo, N. L. Parlor, N. Sulz-
bachor, J. II.McLoary, T. II. Wren, T. 8. liar
rlson. John II. Copeland and others, Mr. 8am
Mnmrlek. na President nt tho Alamo Lltorarv
society, has called a meeting of the society for
O CIOCK rsaiuruuv evening hi. wie umcu ui ,ur,
Cnnpiimil. in tho Dovlno building, to consider.
mainly, a proposition to amulgamato that
society with tho Sun Antonio Literary and De
Tho Electrlo Light company has 20 -lights
burning In this city.
"When tho gambling houses wore closed,'
said Mr. John Freeman lust night, "I received
orders to tako out soven lights for which wo
rnroiltrnil It ".' a nlirht. That irot mo to think'
lug and I stirred around u little. It wasn't long
before they wero all rentod. but what sur
prised mo was that tho merchants of Military
nnri Mntn nlazas should let thomsolves bo left
in progresslvencss by thulr neighbors of Alamo
piOZU. All UK) llgnis UAifiii , iiiicu lira una mi
Alamo iiM. no(i;iiiu iui luuii jiuiiiji
A Legislator Called a Coward
Mr. John Cardwcll, tho man denounced In
unmeasured termsby tho Hon. Mr. Chcnowlth,
n few days ago, for writing editorials tor tho
Austin Statesman ugalnst tho proposition lo
leaso tho ponitentiorica, puiiiisiicd tue ioiiow
lng card in ins siutcsman oi yesieruay
All mall should no addressed io .
'ONIO LIGHT, San Antonio, Texas.
A. v. lurroiii),
T. II. Johnson,
8an Antonio. April a, 18S1.
Mnrshnl Gosllint's salo of monto cards real
ized about J!U after payment of tho duty.
Tim ltiissittt aim will liu closed tills nfter-
noou. ltusscll professoa to bo suro of acquittal.
ltiislness men with olllces on Alamo nhizii.
ant electrlo lights and offer to pay part ot
Chairs for tho gal erv and other publlo
nnrtinna nf the now court houso havo arrived
and aro being placed In position.
Yesterday was a great day for the llshcr-
Imvs. Numerous etrimrs of llsh of all sorts
and sizes wore seen on the streets.
An Icfc cream social will bo held In tho base
ment, of Solcdad street Methodlstchurch under
ho auspices of tho Gleaners next Thursday
Licenses wnro Issued this inoinlnr for tho
miirrlairo of Mr. F. I-ahourcsdo to Miss Louise
itlmboKi. and or air. i.oyiu r. (iuioriito jiiss
ltcv. 0. 1. Rounds writes totho Ban An
tonio I.himt: "Thero will bo international
preaching in your city April 15, io una 17, and
may uo still longer.
Two brothers named Holscnliuch weio
stopped on Houston street last night by two
mon who demanded their monoy. Tho ltolsen-
trnclis wlsoly ran away
Judiru Mason performed tho first coremon v
or marriugom ino new uiiuii nouso on Monuay
night. Tho contracting parties wero Mr. J. J,
Willey and Miss Amelia Krclnberg.
Colonel It. W. Peav recovered S51 M ves-
tcrdav In.Iustleo Shlold's court f rom Mussrs.
Martin and Huddlcton us eoiuiicnsatlnn for
pasturage, and an order to foreclose n lien was
Tlio horses slolen from Messrs. It. .1. Hof
helnz and Mr. A. Schmidt, nf tho Military
pinzu, nuvo ueen inteeu io uvaiuo, nnu me
thieves nuvo ueen capiurcu uy -nr.
l'oundmiister Gloason has a scaln wound
inuictcii ny a negro wiin wiioni no iiiki nuiui-
cu t v nt ino iisii nginn su oon last nmnt. 1 lie
neuro was arrested by Olllcers Galun and Wcst-
Trn Mnrirnii nrrlecil from Il'ltnnls vestnrrin v
In tho last stage of eonsuun tlnn and took
duiirters at a hoarding house on Alamo street.
Later In the ilny ho died, and to-day Ills roinalns
u'e living snipped in iniiinniipoiis,
Two voung ladles living on nvcnuo C nro
III this morning In eonseiiueneo of being fright
ened last nlghtby the sudden opening nf the
shutters ol n window near which thev woro
silting und tho nppe.iranco of the profile of u
Tho IntcriiHtlonnl lmegugo mastor reports
ino reeeipi oi iwu aiiieics oi niigguge (luring
tho month in .Miirch, and tno snipnienlnr in.'
nrtlcl s, Tho ncelnts exceed thoso of last
month by ion and tho shipments are :JU lees
inau in ino previous moniiii
Four waiters from Houston entered unnn
the (llxcliurgu or their intins at tlio Hotel .Mav
ttems Glciinoil In the Hotel Corridors nnd
From Various Other Source.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight, of Somerset, aro In tho
Mr. Jnrcd. farmer of Elm creek. Is In tho
Mr. W. II. 81ms has been seriously 111. owing
to hc.irt disease.
.Colonel Henry Glllnm has returned from
Mr. J. V. II Hamilton, of Itofuglo, Is a guest
Mr. F. Hallf, a prominent cotton merchant
uuivcston, is at tno -miivciick.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Zimmerman, nf Tcrro Haute.
Indiana, aro guests at tho Monger
It Is rumored that tho popular Sam Ilminctt
about to leau a tauy io tuo uymcnitii nitur.
Mr. David tinman, of tho firm nf Efron & Co..
nml his bride, occupy tho bridal chamber at tlio
Mrs. Wu'sh. accompanied by Colonel F. P.
llord. left this morning for a short trln to Now
Ml Ilcsslclloxlc. nf Austin, and Miss Miriam
Fox nru guests or tho ramlly or Mr. C. It.
Mr. .1. A. Hiiycs.cashlr of a Memphis Nation
al bank. Is In the city. Ho Is u son-in-law of
Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn, iiccnmnnnlcd liv
their son and daughter, of Now Orleans, are at
the Hotel Maverick.
I Mr. Sam Allen, nf Houston, and W. II. Har
ris, or .nurion, two wen Known iiimuor mer
chants, aro nt tho Monger.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gregory, of Somerset, nro in
thueltv. With all Mr. Gregory's mlsnims. ho
ginned hourly TUO bales of cotton.
Jinlire Wnro has returned from Knirln Pass.
llo was accompanied by Mr. E. It. Connor, of
Eaglo Pas, and both aro at the Monger hotel.
Mr. M. T. Davis, a recent irnidiiutu of West
Point, has been stationed ns signal officer at
tho United States signal ofllco on Commerce
Mr. A. G. Crane, tho Enirllsh linrltnno. has
bocti oniraircd to take tho nrlncltuil hiiritono
solos at tho forthcoming Dallas sangorfest on
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuller, nf Galveston, ne-
oiniiaiileil bv Miss .((.Millie G. Avorlirir. nf Pas
saic, N. J arrived at tlio Monger hotel last
Mr. W. P. Dowces. or Somerset, was In the
city yesterday. Ho brought cotton, lie loaded
out wllh whitesmiths nnd painters to finish his
Martin, of tho Monitor. Is circulating nmonir
his brother boliemluns. llo camo In from PleuB-
iinton yesterday, "tleorgo " he writes when
transfo'rlng railway stock to Gould.
Mr. Frank C. Lord, until a few diivs aim iren-
i-nl tiusliK ss munnirer for tlio Houston Airo.
ins arrived hen) In comimnv with .Mr. Sam Mc
Lean. To-morrow ho will loavo for Denver.
Silver City nyd oilier places In Colorado wllh a
view to investment in mines, nut win. no
thinks, soon return to Texas to onvagoln sheen
grazing in Prlo county, where ho now has In
tel est in a hock. Mr. l.ora is wen Known in
tho Journalistic profession, as ho has been coll
ected Willi leading newspapers in new iorK,
hlcago, Cincinnati and St, Ixniis. Mr.MuLcan
lives for Monterey this ovenlng to unite hit
fortune with that of Mr. Sum ltaudall. who con-
ti ols seventl Mexican mines.
crick this morning tinder tho superintendence
of Dlnlng-Uoom Director Henri Auvrny nnd
the genial steward, 1'etcr i.oisello. An their
regular vocation Is waiting Messrs. Lolsello
ami Auvrny think thev will ho able to pleuso
tho hotel guests. All tho old efficient waiters
havo been retained
JlltS. OAWLHY'S MUltUKUKK.
A Hoy Alleges lie was nt the Springs An
other Theory Advanced.
A tall, stout young mail of light comploxlon
who woro a popper nnd salt coat and a black
slouch hat, laughed loudly whllo looking at a
revolver and a long knife which ho lmld in his
hands us ho stood-near tho head of San Pcdrn
Springs jesterday evening, A little boy, tho
son of a milkman, saw him and ran home,
where ho declared no saw uiuiiuru Cuwley, tho
insauo young inuu wnu uiuruureu nis mocnor u
week ago, by cleaving tier head with an axe.
A report oi ino occurrence was mauo t
Police CunUiln Karber eurlv till
morning, and soon after Captain Hughes and
Ulllcers (Joy, t ens nnu .Martinez iiisiituted
win oh nt tno snrings for I'awlov. At u lain
hour this afternoon they had not raptured
Cuwley, nor had they obtained uny additional
ciow io ins wiiviuiuuuia ii penoiis who give
credenui to the narrative or tho milkman's linv
tho theory Is entertained that enwioy has been
In hiding hero ovcrslneo tho inurdor, and that
no has noon supplied rcguiariy with rood b;
sviiiniithetle relatives. Another theory whic
obtains, and which is more commonly accepted
than tho ono aforementioned, Is that tho matri
cide has escaped to New Orleans. Ever since
Iih friends liecamo convinced he was Insane
and up to u short tlmo prior to his commission
of tho murder, ho repeatedly, whenover oecu-
slon offered, expressed a doslrolto go to Now
Orleans, unil when on tho wuy tu tho Statu
asj loin for the Insane, about ayearugo, ho
inane irantioeiiorts io eiuuo nis guarus and
tart for that city. The boiler hero oxprcsse
Is irlven a color of reason bv tho rennrt of
conductor for tho Hunsot rallwiiy. Ho states
that tho day ufter tho murd'ir. wlillotlio train
ho managed was going oust betweon Mil In
nnthaOtlinr March. 19S3. J. O. Chcnowlth,
Tnnlnir a incinber nf the Iirlslaturo. from his
sent Tn tho Iiwer House thereof, unjustly de- I aud Kingsbury he found crouching In ono o
nnunced me In Infamous terms: and now ho the oars a lusty young follow whoso aimenr-
liavlng bad time for reflection, and having, arice tallied with tho description
through mo, his attention called to the matter of Cawlcy since furnished him. Ho
that bo might correct blswrong, having railed ; asked tho youth were hewantod to go and
to avail liimseii io no justice, i now aim ncro ( receiveu ino uurt ropiy, uricans. iiien,
iinnniniai him ss a deliberate liar. and. further, suld he. "as you have ildden with us lust he
as a coward In uttering a llo in a placo wherein. 1 us to throw some wood on, will you? To this
hp luw. ho could not bo culled to personal . tho young miin vouchsafed no resnonro otlu r
account. J' HN Cahpwki.i. than to comply with tho request, at on af tor
It li Bala that tho difficult will end in apt r- ho mysteriously disappeared una the eouduo
lonal encounter. , ior um nut sou mm uguiu
DOWN GO OUR PRICES!
1 n order to make room for a Ijirgo Spring Stock now being selected In Now York wo havo
RIEIDTTOEID PRICES !
On ninny of our goods, nnd tho publlo Is only asked to call and bcoo us to be satisfied that
We Mean Business !
All our departments riro complete, and you can havo a largo assortment to select from.
J. JOSKE & SONS, : : : ALAMO PLAZA.
REMOVAL ! REMOVAL !
Has removed his stock of GROCERIES to Ihe CROCKETT 1ILOCK, on Alamo Plaza.
Stoitigc of Wool and General Merchandise solicited. 3-9
EMERSON HAS COME TO STAY
UiS IN ONE TOWN !
What do You Think of it, Stnuisert What do You Think ot It, Citizen
J. M. Kmersnn Is tho mnnrlctor of Three Kstiilillshmnnt.. Ills Mnln Rstnlillslimnnt. Is nt.
No. 12 Boledad street, where you can ulwaysget bargains, ns ho keeps 11 1.01111 Olllco and deals
HIS BRANCH LOAN OFFICE,
Under tho able management of Mil. l'AHIC 1)01', Is nminsito Herd's Hotel. Mil. 1101'. Is n
llrst-elass manufacturing Jeweler nnd engraver probably the bent cngniv or In tiiui Antonio.
Mil. 1)01! also conducts u general brokerage business. Mr, limerson's
at No. S!!) Commerce street, III Jones .fcCo.'s music store, under the management of MIL
HJOK.Vi: (IKNKVAV. of Hwltzeriand. who isu thoroinrh nnd eomnctcnt wiitcliinaknrnnd whn
Is In every wuv worthv of tho respect and conlldeucoor tho public. Mil tll'NHVAY will do
strlctlv 11 Jewelry businessand will also sell forfeited pledgos from the Main Olllco. Very
J. JSK. BMBRSOjST.
Ono Lot 410 Ewes.
" " 775 "
' " :J5 "
" " IrtH "
; JI 1500
" " sxa Kwcs nnd Wcalhors.
" " IJOO Muttons.
CIIAI10T, MOSS & CO.
WOOL COMMISSION HOUSE.
Wo aro prepared to recolvo Wool on consign
ment, making Liberal Advancements on tamo,
Ami uillna In nil roilnra nml ctvlix. lWln
lawns, nun's veilings in nil shsdosjust received
ill josko & foes , Alamo siro'it. J--"J-lt
Desirable flno roomed house nnd two lots for
sale on Augustu strot. Apply to
IKHt t ATTF.ltSON & CUANni.KU.
ICmnlnvtnent of nil kinds f iiriii(.1inil. Olllre
hours lrom in to 12 o'clock every day. cure tel-
puouo -w, ii o. iu Korin if lores street. s-s-ti
Call on S. Doutsch Si Co.. and-bo convinced
mat tney mean what they say.
(Hilly located. Imuiiro at the 81111 l'cro drug
LOW PltlCKS AND i
i I'ltOMI'T DEMVKKY. !
Stu.i.ENUKitnEit & HAUKI8, 407 Houston St.
Villi regular made colored socks for 2
cents nt 8. Dkutscii & Co's.
In demijohns, from $1.50 per gallon and up
wards, rcr ooiiie, w eenis ami upwurns.
.i-M-ZW HAItllV 1IAUM .V (JO.
Ono of tho Inrgost stocks' In tho city, can be
found nt J, Josko & Sons', Alamo plaza. U-'.IHf
Ask for tho best llrltlsh huso ovor exhibited
iu sun Antonio for so cents, nt
D, DEUTSCII X ID'S
Host linen duck vest for 82 fit), at
SlJisuTscii & Co's.
A nlco houso off rooms, near tho street rail
WUJ. 14-2-UtJ W. 15. HILTON,
writer, or any olllco work. Address tlils'oll)'
Just ltecelved nt Joslte's.
iur(u UBSuriiiiuuk in Keuia uuja and
youths' ready mado clothing. Call and Iseu
Tho finest lino of piece goods for tho spring
anil summer io oe louuu in mo nunc nt
l'ANCOABT Si Son,
A specialty nt J. Josko & Sou's, Alamo street
near posiuiiico. a-w-tr
Uo Not Full
Tn call on Hurrv Ilnuiii Sl Co. bufnrn niirclmu.
lng Cullfonilu and Imported wines, as you cmi
tsuvo i rum la tu per com.
Forstnplo and fanoy grooertos, wines and
liquors and nil delicacies tn the eating line, go
io ii, u. pummors, tno oin jussion Btore,
oernoroi coutn Aiamo ana Martinez aircoui.
A. A. WOLFF,
Takos pleasure to Inform tho ladles of San Antonio nnd Western Texas that ho Is
this season displaying
Which oxcclls In quantity nnd vnrloty of stylos any of his former efforts. Kucoiiraged by tho
liberal patronage bestowed upon mo I havo largely Inerensod my stock and my houso will bo
crofrdod from tho cellar to tho top lloor with a variety ot now goods that will bo an agreea
ble eurprlso to Hiobo who havo traded with ino licfore.
All of My Departments Have Been Extended
To such a slzolthnt I venture to my the most tnstidlous can bo pleased. I havo been very
careful In marking my goods low so that no fault enn bo found tu prices. I extend a cordial
Invitation to nil to visit my establishment, where they will bo met by a cordial corps or clerks
wliolwlll bo pleased to show goods whether you purchase or not.
Is Where You Can Oct Tho
Corner W. Coin-
moreo and Aco-
Finest Trunks in the City.
lit Yards ISIcachcd Sfirctiiipr Tor $1.
An elegant lino of Ladles' and Children's Neckwear, Lous lain Cumbrlc, yard
wide, nt UK cents per yard ; Langtry Dress Luwiin 20 yards for SI.
All widths and shades or Ottoman Itlbbons 15 per cent,
cheaper than anywhere else.
ELEGANT LIKE OF MIX'S VEIMXfi AT 25 CTS. A YARD.
An Klegunt Lino Fancy Drees Olngiuus nt 7HJ, 10 mid 12 cents.
Tho well known brand, l'rult of the Loom, yurd wldo, 9 cents per yard.
I AM READY!
To show lo the publlo tho best soloctlons or tho latest styles or HUNTS', YOUTHS AND
CIIILDHKN'S CLOTHING. Also the most elegant und completo lines or
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown In this city, both tn stylo and price.
Come and convince jourself, BTKICTLY ONI5 l'HICU ONLY. No trouble to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street, ... San Antonio, Texas.
i-lt Kiiiiuii, iiuu -Jinvuiua, per uuiue, uu
cents and upwards.
Ladies and go'tlomon to canvass for books
aud albums, g uts making thrco dollars a
day. Apply at Sj West Commorco St., room 2,
up stain?. 27-3-tf.
Cohen Si ICocnlghclin kocp tho lluest lino of
Imported and doinesllo goods. They have tho
best cutter and workmen In this oily, and their
prices are the lowest. A lit gnaranteod or no
sale, and all thoy ask for Is a trial, ilemembor
the place, SIX) nnd 1111 Mnln l'luza. up2-tf.
The Central Hotel lloonis,
Tho Central Hotel, being lu tho very center
of tho city, between tho two depots, with Btiect
curs In front running tn and from nil publlo
places. Is tho cheapest tlrst-clses hotel la the
city at $1,10 to SLfiO por day. English, Gorman,
French, Spanish und Holland spoken, D-iTJ-lm
Persons requiring a musical band on Sundays
can obtain the saiuo upon moderate tonus by
arranging with Mr. JooMoAllstor, enro 1'. W.
McA lister Sc llrothrrs, Alamo street. :i-2S-lw
City Collector's Olllce.
Sax Antonio, April si, 1I88.-A1I pnrHes
entitled to water, lor Irrigation iiurposcs. tiro
hereby notllled to eomo lorwurd and pay their
water tax forthwith. V. C. Hauuiskn,
Bt . City Collector.
He Oooil ICnough to Note It.
Mr. Put If. Doo, "nfulr,1H. jow(3,Jr flmj
engraver, lias tnken part or tho storo nt21l
Cnnimorco street, where ho will oirry on tho
busliiess or a munufncturiiig and repairing
Jeweler. Dlllloult work and lino iiigiilving u
specialty. Irndowprk from nil puis or Tho
Stato solicited and sutlsructlor guainnteed.
Park Doo, 211 Commorco street. Sun Antonio.
j Now goods at Fanooast J; Son's for sprlnff
J nnd sumraor lust la,