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The San Antonio Light.
TUESDAY, AUOL'ST 14, 183.
Tills Space Is lUstruil For
H & K0EN1GIIE1
Who will receive their first consignment
or NT.W GOODS for the fall and winter trade
not week. ' 8 11 fj.
Mexican VTato Coolers,
UefrlnerAfm. Wafr Clem,
Water Fit tent, Iwcreain Freezers,
Itathlnir A pa rat us, and Flower I'oU,
FlrTmps Hlrtl Caire.
Jlnramors, Crcxjuet frtn,
Lawn TennlK, Lunch Basket,
rate fit Butter Churns,
Oil Htove, Furnaces
Wriohlnfr Mrtclilnen, Mantrlcfl.
Flu tin Machines, Axutu Ware.
woormn aim nuiowwarr.
Cheap I Cheap 1 Cheap 1 Cheap I
At WAGNIsR'S BAZAAR.
Not mi Actle .Member.
Olto rggode, who commuted suicide at
the linden hotel, wai not a member of Elk
Lodge, Knights of ryihias, as wai stated in
the Light of yesterday.
Richard Van Dohlan and Eliti N. Collier,
Frank M. Mansfield and Elma E, Mansfield,
Charles G. Hubbard and Ella M. Piatt, Golt
eib Obct and Johanna Margaret Hoffman.
Jeff Edwards, drunk and down, $5; Zim
merman, drunk, $5; W. Chrysler, drunk and
disorderly, $5! Ilanna May, in'ultlrg lap
SUiRe, $5; Ruther, fighting, $5; S.jSmtth,
committing a nuisance, $10; Jayo, drunk, $5.
Conrad Scliuli Missing.
Conrad Schult has been missing since Fri
day, and his Iriends are anxious about him.
lie has lone been connected with the Military
headquarters, was in every way reliable and
trustworthy, and his conduct in this respect is
The County Judge has appointed Mr,
William Whelan temporary administrator of
the estate of the late Tatrlck Whelan, who
died on Friday at Santa Kosa hospital, and
has nominated Mr. George Dashiell and Mr.
C. M. Barnes as appraisers.
Tho Long unit Short of It.
John Zeiier yesterday had an attack of
delirium tremens, and was conveyed to Jail
under the idea that he was drunk. It was
laughable to see the giant Policeman, Chad
well, on one side and petite Ilishop on the
other, conveying him to jail.
To lie Kletnteil. '
The resignation of Judge Morrill will prob
ably lead to the appointment of a San Antonio
lawyer to succeed him. The gentleman
ferred to is a "dark horse" in the judicial
race, but he Is well qualified for the position
and will doubtless make an excellent Judge,
Stopping the JuLkn,
It is asserted that several persons lose their
lives each month because Instead of calling in
a qualified doctor they send lor some midwife
or quack who is incompetent to deal with the
complaint. Steps are being taken to artesf
and punish Illegal practitloneers, and to put a
stop to a system fraught with danger to the
The Murder of .luinei Winter.
Mr. Scholz his received a letter from
Mexico which states that James Winter, the
contractor, well known In the city, has been
murdered near San Luis Potosl. He had
gone into that place to get money to pay hi:
men, and in returning he was attacked,
robbed and killed by men who, it is supposed
watched him for that purpose.
The Colored Ludy Wnnls Duiuugei
Laura Evans, colored, a minor, residing in
Austin, has just filed a suit In the District
court against the Galveston, Ilarrisburg and
Sin Antonio railroad. She alleges that she
was put off a train at Ilouiton by force and
violence without just cause, and she claims
$10,000 as compensation for the indignity and
inconvenience occasioned thereby.
lie Sajs lis Win Illegally JJtitt-,1.
Mr. John L. Camp, of Marion, has filed
suit In the District court against G. W. Elliot,
of Bexar, to try title to 51 acres of land, seven
miles northwest of San Antonio, being a part
of the Manuel Ttjtda league, survey No. 89,
Section 2, from which the plaintiff alleges that
he has been illegally ejected. lie also claims
Mrs. Drummond this morning stated In th
Recorder's court that about 2 o'clock on
Friday last she heard a noise in her bed
room. She thought it was a rat, but on look
ing up saw a man (colored) with his hand In
a, trunk. A light was In the room at the time,
and she recognised the defendant, John Wll
Hams, as the man. The tit; was sent to the
JUSTICE ADAM'S COURT.
List of Case, Cpon The New Docket Hint
Have lteen Adjudicated.
Justice Adim called his uiual monthly
docked yesterday, and the following cases
Louis Scheiljig'n vs. Christian LoeBer, suit
on note for $196 08; judgment for plaintiff by
S. 11. McLean vs. AdamI'wald, suit on
note for $11 84; judgment for plaintiff by de
fault. Frank Thomas vs. Joe Greisle et al., suit
on sworn account; judgment by default for
Wooster Burial Case company vs. Phil,
Dei, suit on account for $93 56; judgment for
Eppens, Smith & Co. vs. Theodore Schteun
ing, suit on accepted draft for $i8 98; judg
ment for plaintiff.
S. T. Maury 4 Co. vs. J. II. Smith, suit on
account for $147 70; dismissed at plaintiffs
S. I'. Maury vs. Sam Maverick, suit on gar
nishment) dismissed at plaintiffs cost.
Henry Williams vs. I.. Eisner, suit on ac
count, $36 50; dismissed under rule for costs.
Jacob Amhs & Co. vs. Theodore Sclileun
ing, suit on two drafts, $189 70; judgment by
default for plalnlifT.
The Hank of Commcicc vs. Theodore
Schleunir.g, suit on note for $100; judgment
, by default for plaintiff.
Ling & Elbers vs. Anna M. Gray, suit on
account, $151 64! judgment by default.
The Hank of Commerce vs. Theodore
1 Schleuning, suit on two notes, $153 64; judg
ment for plaintiff by default.
KNOCKED DOWNANbRUN OVER.
An Kldrrlr Mexican Lnily Injured While
.Out to Call n l'lijilclan
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Felipa Vanda, an
aged Mexican, residing at the corner of Obraje
and South Laredo streets, was crossing Hous
ton street, near the bridge, on her way to call
physician to attend her sick son, when she
knocked down and run over by a horse
and cart, driven by young Jesse Dell, who, it
is stated, was driving very rapidly when the
accident occurred. The cart wheels passed
over Mrs. Vanda's arm and leg, and her head
as much bruised. The injured lady fainted
and was taken to Dunn & Smith's livery
table, where she was restored to conscious
ness. She was then able to say where she
lived, and was kindly driven horn, by Mr. C.
C. Armstrong. Her injuries were then ex
amined and no fracture was found. They are
therefore not of a dangerous character, though
WAS HE MURDERED?
dm Duerr, of Jlmenport, round lie
cnpltiltetl Upon the Interna
John Duerr, a Germir, farmtr, residing
:ar Davenport, about 14 miles from this city,
is found on Sunday last decapitated and
angled on the International track, near his
farm. At first he was supposed to have sui
cided or been accidently run over by the cars,
but wounds have been discovered upon his
head that lead to the Inference that he has
been murdered. Other circumstances lead to
tbelatter impression. Moreover, Duerr wasa
well to do farmer, and as far as known had no
motive for suicide.
The deceased leaves a wife and three small
children to mourn his untimely end.
II. Percni, lumber gallery, 8x28, north side
San Saba street, $75.
Ed. Michael, lumber dwelling, 32x28, north
side Duval street, $1200.
Mrs. II. S. Booth, lumber kitchen, 24x19,
west side Cherry street, $150.
Mrs. F. Cuellar dc Mcnchaca, lumber
dwellicg, 15x13, cast side Concho street,
Kent Kitatn Transfer,.
J, Marbach to C. L. Wurzbach, 317 acres
of land on Saltillo creek, a branch of the
Cibolo, 15 miles northeast of the city; $500.
h. R. Cupples and Annie Cupples to Mel-
chora Flores, land In San Antonio, having a
frontage of 18 varas, on the south side of
Obraje street; $1100.
Mary S. Shepherd to C. C. Hamby, lot 10,
block I, original lot 134, west of San Pedro
Judge Mason', Iteturu.
Judge Mason returned to-day from Castro-
ville, where he met th: County Commis
sioners of Medina. The two counties, Me
dina and Bexar, have fully decided upon the
laws by which the boundary between the two
counties shall be run, that Is, it shall be run
under the direction of the County Commis
sioners of both couaties. They chanced the
time of their notice to the 25th of September.
Judge Mason desires to thank the Medina
County Commissioners for their courteous be
havior and kind reception of the Bexar
Doing Ills Duty.
The arrest pf Mr. Michael Courtnay, bag
gage master of the Sunset depot, for the
obstruction of an officer of the law in the ex
ecution of his duty, Involves a peculiar ques
tion. Deputy Sheriff Samuels went to the
Sunset depot to levy an attachment upon a
trunk then on the platform. After the levy
was made, Mr. Samuels Informed Mr. Court
nay what had been done, when the latter In
sisted that as the trunk had been checked It
must be forwarded, and in spite of the officer's
objection took it from him. He then placed
It in the train and it was sent forward.
An Important Land Nult.
Arlstide Cagmoin and Emil Cngmoln have
filed a suit in the Distrl:t court against the
heirs of Sarah Tyleri to-wit 1 II. L. Digno
wlty, Julius Wursbach, R. T. Tyler, II. Wei
raer, II. A. Tyler, M. C. and A. L. Johnson,
Mary E. and John Edmonson, Mary Tyler,
Thomas Man, A. T. and J, T. Clsrk, W. S.
Tyler, Leona Cox et als. The petitioners say
that they were Illegally dispossessed of a tract
of land, consisting of 3725 acres on the Me
dlo creek, Bexar county, and they claim
$10 coo damages, and further compensation
of $200 per month while dispossessed of
Items tllenneil In the Hotel Corridor, and
from Various Other Sourer,.
J. D Ilaldrldge, a merchant of Waelder, is
sejournlng at the Central.
J. Riley Gordon returned Saturday everting
from a pleasure' trip to the Eastern cities.
J, L. Smith, a Isrge and well known stock
man of Cibolo, and wife, are guests at the
Mr. Louis Ladner, a ilsing young merchant
of Eagle Pass, is In the city replenishing his
Rudolph J. Hofheins left yesterday for a
trip East, and will be a representative of Texas
at the Louisville exposition.
Miss Virginia E. Newton, the accomplished
daughter of Mr. F. McC. Newton, returned
from Galveston yesterday, where she has been
visiting relatives for several weeks,
W. II. Mayfield, a prominent citizen of
Helena, accompanied by Miss Dora Mayfield,
Miss Allie Mayfield and Miss Carrie May
field, have rooms at the Central.
Mr. Clifford Marye, of Galveston, Is on a
brief viiit to the Alamo City. He Is a repre
sentative of the " art preservative," and holds
the position of Secrelary of the Galveston
branch of the I. T. V.
At lint tho Itoporler, Learn oil their Tour
Through the City.
The Junction City paper is offered for
Turn loose the hydrants and lay some ol
Why can't the ,prir,k!inc carts give us
more water on the streets t
Ilambleton & Dignowily oiler some lisr
galns In their advertisements.
Maria Pens, aged three days, died to-day
in the Second ward of unknown causes.
The C Spring Cart company, of Rush
villc, Indiana, is advertised in the LIGHT
Deputy Shetifl Van Riper has arrested a
negro deserter and handed him over to the
Old man Chrysler was in court again and
told the Recorder " he always liked the rlpht
thing done to him."
Mariana Pcna, age three days, died this
morning in the Second ward. She had no
A picked nine, base ballists, from San
Antonio, will compete in the Dallas bate ball
tournament, August 27.
The Mascotle Opera company will give a
performance on the iCth and iSih of Septem
ber, in aid of the San Antonio Athletic club.
Lost, a lot of sheet music rolled In a
leather cover. The finder will be rewarded by
leaving at office of Ilambleton & D'gnonity.
Mr. Hank Mansfield and Miss Emma
Mansfield, two Galvcstonlans, were united by
Justice Adam yesterday. They came here for
The child of Deputy Sheriff Alexander
was somewhat Injured on Sumhy by being
struck in the eye with a ball struck by a base
The wires arc already being put In order
for the next city election, and times promise
to be quite lively for some of the old chronic
A collection is being made by the San
Antonio Blues to raise a fund to entertain the
Austin Reds, who are coming here on Sunday
next to play the Blues.
The question is asked has not Mr. Ketble
the same right to bar Americans and Ger
mans, as well as Mexicans and negroes, from
the dancing platform!
Captain James Nichols, an old steamboat
man from Ohio, is in the city looking for In
vestment. Messrs. Ilambleton & Dignowlty
are showing him the country.
J. P. Hcninger, superintendent of the con
crete buildings being erected by George Kal
teyer in this city, will leave on the 17th for a
lew days visit to his brother at San Marcos.
Andrew Bennet was before the Recorder
this morning for beating one Saddler. Mrs.
Saddler and Mrs. Bennet had a disagreement
and Saddler interfered. Mrs. Bennet called
for her husband, and the said beating then
took place. The case was dismissed.
Old Clirjsler', Complaint. .
Poor old Chrysler was on Soledad stre "
this morning under the baneful influence, rav
ing about the injustice of American citizens,
In that they cannot get drunk without being
fined. Chrysler has been fined for several
consecutive days, and he feels the hardship
of this so-called Infringement of the people's
rights. It is safe to prognosticate his appear
ance before the Recorder to-morrow morning.
Cltll Ca.p. District Court.
The following cases have been set for the
first week In September :
Tuesday, September 4 Hector vs. Knox,
Marx & Kempner vs. Goldfrank, Frank &
Co., Terrell vs. Harris, Meyer & Foster vs.
Gcrfers, Beaumont Lumber company vs.
Martin & Schryver.
Wednesday, September 5 Roberts vs.
Winn, Rodriguez vs. International and Great
Northern Railroad company, Esrhart and
wifr vs. Steves, Fisk vs. Morales, GafTney vs.
Galveston, Ilarrisburg and San Antonio Rail
Thursdav. September 6 llarncr vs. West
ern Union Telegraph compiny, Murray vs,
International, and Great Northern Railroad
. Lockhart. Montgomery
roesbeck, Tatum vs. Goldfrank, Frank
Friday, September 7 Galveston, Ilarris
burg and San Antonio Railroad company vs.
Connolly & Co , Winston vs. Krempkau,
Degener vs. Silliby, Gulsseppi vs. Monroe,
Johnson & Co. vs. Freeze.
Monday, September ip Schram vs. Gal
lagher, Nicholson vs. Irle -national and Great
Northern Railroad company, Hord vs. Doyle,
Hellborn vs. Galveston, Ilarrisburg and San
Antoqio Railroad company, Copeland vs.
Express Printing company.
Paymasters will report to the Adjutant Gen
eral of the department every case where it is
evident that officers' accounts, presented to'
them for payment, weie transferred In viola
tion of A. R. 2380.
Post traders In this department are prohib
ited from cashing, rrceivirg In payment, or in
any manner handling or negotiating officers'
pay accounts that are not entirely due at the
date of the transactions. Violations of this
order will be reported to the War department,
and an annulment of the offender's appoint
Strengthening the Choir.
Mrs. J.' Lord, an English alto
singer, who has contributed so much to
the cxcell'nce of the British association so
ciables, has been engaged by Frofessor Kat
zenberger for the choral service at St. Mary's
church. Mrs. Lord his a voice of considera
ble purity and flexibility and will no doubt be
a great acquisition to the musical service ol
the church to which she Is now attached.
Not Big Enough.
From tho Balem (Ore.) Statesman.
Governor Moody relates an Incident that
occurred on the extension ol the O. and C.
railroad, which Is characteristic of the young
Oregonian. It was about this:
The locating engineer came to a house
while running a line along Rogue river, wkjeh
he could not pass around without considerable
expense. He therefore proceeded to pass the
line through It. While engaged In this busi
ness a young boy came outol the house, and
the following convcrsition took place:
Boy. "What are you doing here?"
Engineer. "Locating a railroad, sir. We
are going to run it right through your house;
and barn, too."
Boy. "No, you ain't, nulhcr."
Engineer. "Vei, we are locating the tine
Boy. "Well, sir, I think you are real mean.
Dad'a gone mam'a in the houst, reat sick
but if I was a little bigger, I'd lick h I out of
Charles O'Conner In a barber shop at Nan
tucket; the barber, adjusMcg the towels: "It's
a fine day, sir; I hone you are well, sir; how
would you like to lie shaved, sir?" "In ti
lence, sir!" And the barber talks no more.
Wanted two women, one to cooV, tho other
lodo tiour-nwork, for 11 email family. Apply
toC'uptalii Clous, Oo( eminent hill. 8-H--'C
Arrival, nt the Ht. Leonard.
10 Klslngcr, Ksrrvlllc; W. I). Wlicolur,
l'rcil. Fury, V !.. ltccse, I.. II. Itccse, Oorta
Itock; 1 J. (Irconwood. I.iiltng: M. Hundry
and fnmllr, Ltiltmr;..! Kckntlti, Korrvllle; l.
II. .Moontlcld, N. II ;U. W. Ilillierlngs, Goliad.
Ice, Ice Northern Lnke Ice.
Knr tliolx'neflt of the tmbtlowooro receiving
dally carload shipments of Northern Iake Ice.
which wo will sell by tl o hundred welirbt at 1
Three New l'rame Cottage, for Sate Cheap.
One ccntrallv located, 00 Dawson and Chest
nut strcot. Third ward; lx room,, two srnl
Icrlcs. lariro cistern of good water, tins south
cast front. Ixit KlxlUI feet fenced. I'rlc-o
JILMI, which Is less tlmn cost.
New f raino cottngo on corner of Nolan and
HacUberry street,. Third ward: four room and
two gallerlra; h yd runt In yard. Ut luoxlta)
feet -fenced. Price IJVM.
New f rnmo cottage on llurnct ,trcet, Third
ward; llvo rooms, gallery and outhouses,
A few moro choice lots left, on Dignowlty
mil. menp 1 JM'I'iy "
Worthy of Attention,
For the best of emiom niae boot, nnd
shoe, go 10 tho new stnro of Murtln, next door
to Netto'a drug store, 17 Commerco street.
Hunch of Key, Lost,
Stencilled 3S2. A liberal reward will bo puld If
returned to tlila otllco. f-ll-2t
For Sale. -A
fine horsn. Jump ,1 at carriage and hameas.
sold for no fault. Addnss Abbott, this olllce.
On Dignowlty hill, a hnuso with six room,,
hall and two galleries, on lltirnett street. Also
furnished rooms. Inquire of Ilambleton 3c
Only 10 cent, a week, and delivered by cnirler
In any part uf tho city.
New,, Hook,, Stationery and Varieties.
Full supply of office stationery, printers
SUPPllcil, &c, U. W. I1AI.DW1N A Co.
-, t f 2.1" Commerce street.
Messrs. Vail & lloVcre, No. .HI Hast Houston
street, telephone No. 71', Rre ottering tholren
tiro stock of wull paper and decorations Ht
cost. In order to mtku room for next scuson's
goods. Thoso who aro wise will not let this
etianco pas, to decorato their house, at a small
otitlav. Thoso goods uro guaranteed In good
l'or Sale at n. llargnln.
Two hundred city lots near Government
headquarter,, Sunset depot and on Dignowlty
hill, by HILTON, Sua West Houstoiiftieot.
Very Cheap fur Ch.
A deslrablo city block near tho San Pedro
springs, or lot, on tho Avenuo. Apply to
W. U. IllLTOM.aM West Houston St.
Tho I.imiT ANMJ.lt. and fluini:. ti bo Issued
Not ember I. Advertising spacollmited. o-lf
Lightning rod, at 2."i cent, a foot. 8-7-1 111
llargalns In City Property.
Two handsomo houses opposite military
headquarters, with stable, etc, $IUoO.
Hock bouso near Mcngcr hotol for ouly 11300.
New oottagos on Avenue, O and II.
Ncut cottage, four room, and kitchen, on
Dignowlty bill, for only J lJ.
Moo largo house, sultablo for a boarding
house. Just finished, very cheap.
Ono hundred lots on aud near Olive street,
HILTON, Sun West Houston street.
"Itlchard I, Himself Again."
And so Is Martin In Ids new store, next door
to Nctto's drug store, 17 Coinmcrco street.
Vor SAle Tor Less than Cost.
A lino liquor saloon. Inqulru of
W. K- HILTON,
. ( Ml W. Houston St.
New Ooods, New x'rlce.
At Martin's ,hoo store, 17 Commerco street.
Call and see him. 7-23-lui
The St. Leonard Hotel.
Tho proprietor of tho St. Leonard hotel. Main
plaza, presents his compliments to the citizens
of San Antonio, and deal'c, tu eay that ho lias
opened a re-tauraut and dining room. In co -nectlon
with tho hotel, whore tlrst-eltiss meats
will bo served at all hours from 0 a. in. to 0
Tho dining room Is spacious and airy, and
gentlemen will Hud this a quiet and pfcusant
placnto bring their lady Iriends for a lun
cheon or dlnnor, cooked to order, at short no-
bo conducted at popular prices.
Donating u snare or 1
am lcry respectfully,
Tho finest lino of pleco goods for tho spring
J. JOSKE & SONS
Itctpcetfully announce to their customers nml tho Undo trcnernllr that
their AMortment of
Is completo, and will bo kept so through tho season. Vouths' ami bovs' clothing, ehlrtiand
shirt waists, In great variety. Wo aro enforcing constantly our shoo depart
ment, and havo at present tho best assortment of
Ij - 3FL OUVA 1ST "1L7 ?
Commerco strrut, B.ui Antonio, near Main
t'lnuii tunkesa specialty of the, very finest
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
ItepcttbT. itrlklntr hmirsnnJ itinrOnt; rcitcnU'rA, fttrlklntr hours, quarters, minutes: celebrntcil
Ailolnh HclmoMcrnnd Howard watrhoit: chrotuwritplis, in irtttnjr fltth conil; ralctiriitr watcht-t,
ph owl njr the month, clay of tho month, day of tho week, anl chatitro of thn moon. Watches for
cnjrlnwrs, train linnJa. ynnl men, stockmen, ranehnifn, In jrold, stiver ami nl jklo of every don.
crlptlmi. Tho watch rnnilrlntf department nclnjr under mr prnmnal supcrvlMonrnnd I hare
worked In tho Iwnt establishments In London, l'arls and (Jcnevn. I cun repair any complicated
watch thoroughly. -7-1 in
i r !
Durability ! I f:mJM Safety !
Economy ! Snl '
Patent Pole Tip g Neck Yoke Clamp
J. HVE. EMERSON,
Watchmaker, Jeweler, Loan Office,
Xo, ItS, Solcdntl Street, Sim Antonio, Tcxns.
I Imvo In utock and for sale at barffains tho llnfst of watches, diamond and Jewelry. II. W.
ltaimond 18k. gold wntche, silver and nlcklu watches In nil irrades and qualities cnllendar
watches In stein winders, lino solid frnld Jnwelry, chiln nnd ring, diamond from $10 to SV)
each, shot mm, r I ties, pNtoU nnd sporting fronds, clothing, violins, aconrdenns, guitars and a
com tik-to stock of smalt musical inerchandho, Tho watch repairing depmtinent being under
tho personal iiiperv Mon of 1 luge no (lenovny, who has executed tho most dinicutt nnd com
plicated watch work In tho lanrcFt cstabllxhmcnts of l'arls and Ucncva. I tnko tdeasuro In
commending him to thnno who wish to plaut
EC. "W. KOENIGS BERG,
XO. ill), SUIiCIIAI) STltElir,
K3-DYEINO AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY. Jd
Keeps a well selected stock of Jcan and Catmere Spring Ilottom Pants on hand, Guarantees entire li
iifactionln lt)le. fit ,nd prices. Repairing done in food tt. Give hint , call. 7-iS-om
GRAND CLEARING SALE.
Liitllt's', Missus', Children's Shoes nnd
Slippers, I)rc?s Goods, Lawns, DcIiphtcs,
.Xiiii's Veiling, Parasols, Fans, Gloves, Itllts,
I)aiiiasl;s, Towels, Napkins, GhiKlinins.
Our Mire Stock
Furnishing goods, hats, shoes, etc. Examine the.quality
and compare our prices. We are compelled to re
duce our stock in order to make room for
winter goods, and offer the above at a
sacrifice. Call and be convinced.
J. H. MARQUART,
rRorr.iETOR of Tun
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
No. 17 Soledad St., Opposite Court House,
Makes BOOTS AND SHOES TO ORDCIt, on th, shorten nolle, and ht style.
Alio hit the oly completo Uoot nd Shoe Mannfactory in San Antonio. Kcepithe Urzett, bett and mo it
varied ttoclc of Lathir, cmployi mora workmen, turn out more good and glvei better satisfaction
than any other eitablUtuncnt of the kind In the city.
Ouly First Class Workmen Employed and Kntire Satisfaction Guaranteed.
1 thort notice.
their repairs In mi To and relittbto hands. I guar-
SAX ANTONIO, TiiXAS.
Wbtn In need of anything In this line, remember' the