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The San Antonio Light,
TUESDAY, SWTE.Ulll-.It 81, 183.
Fall and Winter Clothing,
For men, youths, bora and children.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Hats, cars, trunki, valUei etc We Invito i
critical IUBm.wlon ot cur stock and prlcw,
iriiaraoteelnr fi.ll valuo In ever imtatcn. Uui
taercbaut tailoring dciwrtment, uudrr tbc
iDitnairement nf l'mfrutor ltuhlnd. undoubL
edly li one of the beat In th Mate. ,'1 he most
elect it y If s in doniottlo aud forf-urn piece
ruui aiwaji on uanu. i peiicci ui rum ma
teed or do Mle.
COHEN & KOENIGIIEUI,
909 and 111, MAIN PLAZA,
Watehts Sst and llegulatad
By trantlt obtenatlotia free of charge by
Btern, the Jeweler, 248 Commerce fit. V-15 3ui
Our Boys' cigarettes. o ols a puck, Purity 6
cents a bag and all iroum In tbo einokera' line
reduced at Sim Hart', Main plaza.
Star ltoute Cain.
Mr G, Frasch, the Clijr Alienor, and Mr,
Garcia, the Count Alienor, have been or
dered to the Fedtril court of Kannslo tes
tify In Slar route trials.
Juitlea Antoa Adam's Court.
The caie of J ihn Wilklm vs. Charlei
Fulton wai tried this morolri; before Justice
An'on Adira for forcible detainer. Judgment
was given fi r the plaintiff.
Witt Wad To-Nlght.
Mr Ed Vllemam will be married to Mill
Mary Seihel. diujhter of John Selbel, to
nijM al 8 o'clock, at the midence of the
bride's father, In the Fourth ward.
The Light acknowledges the receipt of
the Volkifeit gueiti' badges, for Its staff.
Thejr are very neatly mide of white silk, and
conslit of a bow and pendant.
So advertlies Mr. Paul Asher & Brother, who
hold auction sale every night, and say they
will sell $30,000 worth of goods to the highest
bidder. Their place of business is 407 Com
Arreitad and Jailed.
Tom Jones, a noted horse thief who was
captured by the rangers, at Pearsall, was
brought here en route for Uvalde, where he
Is to be jilted, there being several indictments
against him in that county.
Sire. Travlno and liar Child Serlouily 111.
It is staled that Mrs. Trevino, wile of
General Trevino, and daughter of the late
General Ord, is so seriously 111 that her life is
endangered, and her infant, the International
baby, is also likely to die.
Stake a Note or This.
The splendid a.sor'rnent of drees goods now
displayed hy 8. Mirer & Son annot ba au
pas-cd. Their suitings and combination cloth
and all wool mat' rials at unlyM cents a )ard,
t this houwanenrlahln rciuitHtlnn fur .Mi.
log good, cheaper than any other house, and
they are now prepared to prove what they
Stone Cutters on a Strike,
The stone cutters at work on the Menger
hotel to-day wrnt on a strike for $3 50 per day.
All the other contractors pay the union scale.
The committee publish a card warning work
men to stay away from San Antonio during'
The young ladies writing under the 00m de
plume of "Nrmls" are trying very hard to get
their names In the papers, which they will, no
doubt, succeed in doing II they do not stop
writing bogus letters and sighing other
The case of Fanny Weirmao egiinst Thalis
N. McKlnney, County Treasurer of Uralle
county, a mandamus suit to compel the Trea
surer of the above county to pay to the plain
tiff a sum of $1000 and interest, from the 10th
day of May 1852, was filed yesterday. (
The death of Madame Pcralla, the famous.
Mexican cantatrice who appeared in Turner
hall last season, Is reporied from Mstatlan.
The talented artiste was a victim to yelluw
fever. Itlfno figure of speech to say that
she was a singer 01 extraordlniry merit, and
occupied the first position in the lyric stage
of the South
Tba Trui h In a Few Words.
We ar pieux d to o.t I attention to the un
tlrluirtS.irt.of a. Mayer bom, and the 1111.11.
ner lu which they nut only have heretofore
so Icm-d well uierl ed trade, but proved th Ir
capacity and candor by sellloir to the public.
AU i heir good are marked In plain llg urea aud
nodeviitl n from a line ireatmeut to all. 'this
bousj deiwrvcs all their well earned trade, and
everybody speahs well or tboui.
Last night a Cue broae out In a water
doict at the tear of the Maverick hotel. Mr.
Henri, the head waiter, with bis under wallers,
all white, where on the gallery at the time,
when the flames were observed by one of the
party, and the alarm given. The waiters
bravely fought the fire, and put It out before
the engine" errlrcd.
What tlta lteporters ream on Their Tonr
Through the City,
The grand jury adj iurned until Thursday,"
Mr. John Leroui Is here, with fine bucks
The bond in George Hartford's case is
A new gambling saloon, we believe, will
shortly be opened.
The Beiar Denerolent aiioclitlcn'i dance
will take place on the 29th.
The tloard of Health committee and
other committees, will meet this morning in
the French building.
The Connolly case still blocks the Dis
trict court, and the Judge, bar and jury seem
to hfte had enough of it.
The light artillery, battery K, Captain
Lancaster's, leaves quarters for a march, last
ing three or four weeks.
The Knights of Pylhlas held a special
meeting last night for the purpose of drilling
In the unwritten work of the order.
Part of the structure of the grand Volks-
(est triumphal arch on Commerce street has
been erected. It will be completed In a day
The Volksfeit commlltee were at the
Central girden last night esperlmenti"g with
the lights and concluding the decorative
The ladles of the Soltdad street church
give a sociable this evening in the church
baiement Pleasure, music and refreshments
will be provided.' .
Joe Hauien and llirney Mitchell had a
quarrel in a saloon yealerday, when the for
merhit Ilarney over the head with a plus, for
which he was fined $5.
Mr. Gilleland, of Kingsbury street,
mourns the loss of a tide of bacon, a sack of
fbur and other provision, which some burglar
has appropriated. The'thlef is evidently pro
vlding for the winter.
The jug breaking at the Macedonia col
ored Baptist church will take place on to
morrow, Wednesday, night, and the public
generally are invited. The admission is 25
cents: children 15 cents.
The Light Is requested to state that Miss
Vic Horton was neither arrested or fined $5
lor disturbing the peace. Miss Horton is the
plaintiff not the delendsnt In th: case, which
comes off before the Recorder.
Continue.! for Witnesses..
Vic Horton, a fashionably dressed derai
monde, was charged before the Recorder with
being disorderly, but as none of the wit
nesses were present the esse was continued
until to-morrow morninp. and an attachment
siued for the witnesses. Alary venire was
You Need Not Swear.
John Quln wss called in the Recorder's
court. The Cl'y Attorney told hlra he was
charged with being drunk aed down. Quia
looked solemn and held up his hand as If
about to take- an oath. The City Attorney
uggested that he need not swear, wheeoa the
ccused said he expected he was drunk, and
was fined $5.
No Harm Done.
Captain Henry, an Englishman, was be
fore the Recorder this morning lor
leaving his team alone, and thereby
ndangerieg the lives and property of
the public, as they ran away from the Sunset
depot to the Miliisry plan, but through lome
mysterious waji of Providence ao accident
happened. The Captain was fined $3.
Carrying a ristol.
V. Garcia was yesterday seen on Main
plaza, by Officers Zcnk and Bishop, to draw
pistol Irom his boot and carry it In his hand
up South Flores street, where he was arrested.
For the defence Mr. Theo. Andersourged
that the defendant had just got the pistol
from Hummel'a and was simply taking it
home. The case was dismissed, the City At
torney and Recorder believing that the cily
ordinance wit not Infringed upon.
Not a Vagrant.
Ben Goldsby, the police Slid, was a vagrant,
and Officer Zenk proved that he was running
round the White Elephant, Revolving Light
nd Jick llarrli' late at night, apparently en-
ged in no business. The brother, Charles
Goldsby, a painter, said that Ben had a good
home and had worked unlil last week as a
ralnter, but had left off work, being ill. The
Recorder said that, under the circumstances,
e would let the accused go, but he must be
careful, as there was enough evidence to con
Ileal Ustate Transfers.
J. M Murphy, to ILL. Dgnnwily, lots 6,
26, 27, blvck 2, out of original city lot 142,
west of the Sin Pedro creek, $30. '
Henry Noll and wife to M. IlaliT and oth
ers, lot 11 and northwestern half of lot 9.
block 14, fronting 75 feet on Fif.h street,
W. M. Bitter and S. Worlhington to II. B
Dollahite, lots 13, 14, 15, block 4, subdivision
of original cily lot 67, west of San Pedro
Elsewhere In the lIGIli will be seen the
card of Mr. Charlei 11. Nash, successor to
Oothnut & Nash in the general comroiiston
and brokers business. Mr. Nash is a
thorough business gentleman, and his polite
and courteous manner makes him Mends
everywhere he goes. In connection with his
business he canles a large supply and Is sole
agent for Western Tens for Cooper's sheep
dipping powder, which is a cold water dip
highly rrc immended by all sheep men In
VVeitern Texas who have usid it.
Mrs. Rivera, kmbtr dwelling 12x12, cist
side Alisan creek; $40.
Robert Moss, lumber shop 24x14, south
side Bmleson street; $200.
M M. C. Paschsl, lumber dwelling 14120,'
south side Quincy street; $150.
G. W. VanVorst, lumfcer office 16x18,
southwest corner Dawson ad Chestnut
Cassty Roy, lumber, dwellieg 12x24, east
side Comal street; $iro.
Mrs. Heiner, Iron clad 'kltchei, loxlo,
north side Crocket strctt; $100.
Itemi Gleaned Id tha Hotel Corrldars and
From Various Other Sources,
Judge boodrlch, from Seguin, is a guest at
Mr. A Schilling left for a visit to Boerne
Mr. Ed Richsrdson, from Detroit, Is at th
Mr, F Jaccard, of St. Louis, Is staying at
Mr, J. M, Curran, of St. Louis, Is at the
Mr. C. Nicholson, ol Galveston, Is at the
Miss Grace Oglesby, of Uvalde, is visiting
friends In the city.
Mr. J. T. Costlgan, of Selma, Ala., Is quar
tered at the Vance.
Mr. Richard Blakety, of Taylor, is regis
lered at the Vance.
Mr. W. W. Young, from New York, is a
guest at the Maverick.
Mr. G. Bilggs has just arrived from San
Marcos and Is at the Vance.
Dr. G. Brownion and Mr. E. Gregory, of
Galveston, are at the Menger.
Colonel Brewster, Deputy Collector of Cus
toms at Laredo, Texas, Is is-the city.
Mr. W. N. Monroe and Mr. W. T. Kerr,
from Sabinas, Mexico, are at the Menger. '
Mr. P J. Brown has just arrived from Phil
adelphia and Is quartered at the Maverick,
Major G. J. Gooch, from Palestine, and
Mr. II. J. Luteher, from Orange, are at the
Mr. J. II. Stephens arrived in town from
Kansas City this morning and is reglstersd at
News hn been received by telegram that
Mrs. J. B. Brown, of this city, is reported as
dying, at Manor, Texas.
Mesirs. S. Deutsch and G. B. Frank, re
turned last night from New York, where they
have been the past two months buying goods.
Will Pancoast returned this morning from a
two weeks' trip to Frio counly, where he has
been recuperating and fishing and hunting.
He says he didn't kill a single buck, but saw
lots of very pretty does.
Ge.rge Robinson, La Salle, Texas; MI ss
Minnie Robinson, Galveston; B. T. Evett,
Cl'Jf; Wlllism Warnock, Austin; R V. Tal
mage. Le Ray, .New York; W. E. Hilton,
City; Willlim Green and wife, Austin; S.
Murphy, New Orleani; J. S. Ellison, R. R
Elli'on, San Marcos; J. E. Baxter, Seguin;
W D. Crunk, Sin Maicos; J. Jones, (They
enne, are guests at the St Leonard hotel.
Set for Trial.
The followirg civil mils' have been set to
day for the 2S1I1 instant : Hurd vs. Doyle,
Mitchell vs. Balderas, Blesenbachvs Schless
Inger, Fulton vs. Wilklns, Dosche vs. Nette.
Hy J. W. Ilradley, Land Agent.
No roik huu.o, with l'l rooms, on twit largo
Ion; good well und ni.tcin Will sell cheap.
ltock h use of 7 rooms, fronting cast. No. "09
Avenue C, olTcrr-tl for a few dare at a b-trgaln.
Ten-room rock houo on two largo loin,
hr-aulirul slmdo tree and shrubbery, ciirnor of
Klrur William aud Turner ilnrt,. Will n-ll
. moo cottage, well built, fronting cast on
.Milam Milan.-. No. 1001. offered for leu than
Hock Iioufo on Alamo street. Ton rooms,
ctntilca rind carriage room. Lot 60 by, 2V) foot.
Hard rook hnuso, wlili 10 rooms, elegant
homo, one block from Alamo plaza and post
oiliti. Two story commodious houso of 10 rooms,
large cls'orn, stables, &c.,nn lour largo lots, at
Nlco now cottage, eleirantlv finished. 7
moms, ono block from San Pedro avenue,
iiirprnveu. larms, uarr Turin, ranch proper
OS With lira silica. Inrirn lin.Hi or (mi. I In
ties with lire slock, largo bodies of
nlco collages in Ward , prlco $1,500 to
S:l.i"J Iiavlnir IS lo 20 ner ii-nt. riMUnl.
luri-o vacant lo's corner or Zavnlla ami
I-oori streets, west and opposite the chapel,
Ti ll icm of Inn,! frnnllno- ..mil, nn
car line, tholino U-glnnlngutolllcers' quarters
ruuuiug wi-si ucrusa Aiauio uncu. Apply 10
8-10tf 403 Houston street.
ThnScandl iavln Itellof Society will meet at
House to Rant,
At 310 Garden street, llvo rooms and two gal
leries, sublo Well, fruit trPi-n. ,-tP. innmr,. nl
S3 Market street. e-a-lt
Wanted Stone Cutters
In Texas and other Slates to keep away from
Han Antonio during tho s'rlko for J CO per
Stone cuttehs' Union Committee.
The First Norther
Has arrived and I.. Wnlfaon I. nrm.d In
fit every oue with a nice suit of warmer cloth
ing H's stock of roady made cloihlug for
mc-11 and boys U unsurpassed, and Is the lar fit
and llnist bo bus over bofore brought to this
marker All Mr. Wolfson deslrrs Is thut you
cull and examinti this stock and gut pik-es. und
be Is satisfied lie cun plcuso ou U-i'l-tf
ltooin to Itent.
A largo.well ventilated furnLtir-il frnn rnnm-
premises entirely new; single gentlemen pre
ferred; only ono block fium strict cars. Iu-
OUlrHatSU I.AVHGM Mrect. ,.r fl N. A. Vmln.,
210 West Houston street. S-ll-tt
O'nts furnishing goods can be Been nt J.
cu! iK!i ir
Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes,
A large and well selected stock at J. Joiko Si
Boat: o.21 .f
A Grand Display or Furniture.
IiUrrri ,l.l .1 I,ni.n nr.
Invited locull on I Wollsonand see the grand
ul play of furniture, carpels, mattings, oil
V. "nu nil Hlnus of househ Id goods. Mr.
VViilli u'a racllltlis fur handling lurlllluro are
I'letO lU 6erv l.arlliml.r. unri i. hi. hm.
forcuih he can give unequalled dtacuuuts. If
For some choice lots on San Pedro Avenue,
.- iPMti iui, tVL-i-K, UUU10 OUICK 10
Qlrcn by the U 11. A , ut the Casino on Saur
duy, i"jth. Tickets ubtalnablo from members.
H. 11 A.
A special meeting will be held In Struvo's
hull on Wednesday next
Paul IIuveii. lticiuno r. noun.
Oeueral Secretary, President.
Geuutne Camel Hair
Cents underwear can be had at J. JosVo &
Sons', for U. VSK-it
Gents and Hoys
lleadrmndo clothing, too largest assortment
ever before brought to ibis clt, can bo found
at J. Josko Si bona'. Pits guaranteed. St-tf
Order Your Groceries
From Ocorgo Sullonborgor, 407 Houston
street, and get now, Irish goods promptly do
News, Hooks, Stationery and Varieties.
Full supply of olllou stationery, printers
'"Wile, io-, O, W. liAUiwiN A Co.
S47 Cuininoroo street.
Inducements Extraordinary I
Wethalleifaltlt a choice anaortment of la'
dle-V mlta, In Hlka. brocade, velrct, ladlen'
cloth, flannel , Mack and colored ctuhmerea
aud all the nevr drew goodi .
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A largo line of fall and winter
wraps. Newmarket", walking lackois, cloaks,
dolmans, ulsters and jerseys. r-Jcroys," "Jcr.
iuu jiupuinr prices.
Armurs, roulc, etc.
Carpels, Carpets, Carpets.
WollRVO now on eihlblllnn a larirn llnnnf
tariesiry, velvet and body Brussels carpets.
Also full 11.10 or woolen 4.1 cnrtu-ti. miltlni.
oil cloths, cto.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
Wohavonowa full aunrttnent of Indlr' flni
Mlk hose In all tlio newest ihadt-s. Lluto thread
hoe, In all color, for tnlwtes and children.
Of tlirno troodi we always carried tho heit as
sortment, and shall continue to add now
LADIES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that we are about to add to our Immense dry
good establishment a first chus
which will bo open In ft few darn, of which
special announcement will be made.
Sm Haas & Oppenheimer.
If you say you never can Und n pair or pnnts
r asul' In thosloro 10 lit you, Just try Sheen,
orrcvon und Cntlcs'.
H. Mayer. St Son.
Corrvvon 4 Castles' for a nlco suit. They can
lit jou no matter what your shape Is.
Texas Employment llureau
All linen handvr-rrlilnr. ni ldr.ni, MS. mnl.
0 '-If 8. MATEILVSON.
Look Out, Hoys!
To get n real nobby school suit ir tho least
money you musi go to sui-ets, Corrcvon &
Castles, upposllo tho old Alamo.
wngon especially adapted to moving
Dhold furniture, nlwntii rr-mlr. Amtlv to
unlus Means, opposlto court bouse, s ilf-tr
House ror Sale or Itent,
Itosenbaum A Bauer'l
Own niado shirts can't bo beat.
Itosenbaum & Hnner
Aro selling bata for less money than any house
lu tho city. No. 2JJ Cominerco atroet. 9-1. tr
Men's Furnishing Goods.
Asgooda stock of irent'a furnl.lilnirirnnila
no vuu ie mun 1 in niomaio xor la'i auu win
icr, us i-uocoast Si con a. v-l-lf
For Fine Novelties
In gent's furnishing goods. Call on Itosen
baum Si Ilaucr. (-20 3m
Harr Has lleinoved,
And now lias tho best pbotographto rooms la
tho city, on tho corner, opposite L. Woifsun.
Ijite Styles of Hats
For salo at Pancoast & Son's. S-l-tf
Four Ilulldlug Lots ror Sale.
Lots 3, 4,37, 34, block 7, original subdivision
block 1X1, rango 1, district 4, ou -Alazan creek.
Fluo location, inquire or
8-:-tr HOSACK Si Newtoh.
Hamage Hy Frost.
In order to cscupo tno bliahtlng effects of tho
urn. trusts, provide lourscir with medium and
heavy-weight underwear and substantial tail
clothing, now selling at very low prices, at
Sheets, Uorrovon & Castles', No. 2)7 Alamo
The Largest Stock
Ot clothing In the Stats for fall and winter,
Ju.t lu at Pancoast Jt Bon's v-1 tt
If you want a suit nude. He has a full lino of
plcco goods and a flrst-cliss -utter lu charge.
New llargalns In City Property,
A beautiful it-sidonco on DIgnowlty hill,
wnriu eouw, oucreu lor also
itftl lu JliUil.
Hock tiuu v, live minutes' walk from Menger
hotel, only ilM).
New coltaco und almost nn arro nf lnnd nr-nr
Mxyur FreuchV, $1500. Must sell. An offer
Sunset dopot. See
Ono block 011 San Pedro avenuo
New housu on Flores street, ITriO.
Four loitagus on Avenue II. JJUuO each.
Three new cottigcs on Aveuuu C, UJ0.
It ok outinge, plenty thude, Avenue K cor
n r Fifth street, for iMM,
See limit olrleo
W. JS. J 1 1 L'l ON, 208 West Houston street.
Full lines or flannels, opera Fronch plaids,
best made, CO ceuis, worth BO ccuts. Elegant
putterus, ut 0. Mayer & Sou's. a Si-ir
We Take Pleasure to Inform the Ladles
That wo have eugaued two oxpert dress
makers, ami we are prepted totnku orders for
tee most fashionable drescs at reasouabie
patrons. 1 A. llLirn Si KniNinani
Corner roinuierce and Navarro sis.
Bah Antonio, September 17, 183X 8-lT-tt
Mrs. Hanford, Dress Maker,
Formerly from London, bos removed to No.
407 Avenuo C, near 4th street, where she will
bo happy to see all her former customers and
ladles who wish unit-class work und perfect
New York, London and Paris fashions re
ceived monthly. v-et-lw
Majtr i Sou's.
J. JOSKE & SONS
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots Shoes,
Hats s Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Trunks and vall.es. As nur grand additional building Is now completcdVo will receive the
largest stock of dry goods, etc ever brought to thts city. Wo have Just now received a full
llnoot lino Stetson bata, all now styles to suit everybody. Our assortment o( ladles' and gents'
One hand and machine sowed shoes Is the largest and completcstln town. A largo variety ot
boys'and children's clothing, alio alnglo boys' and children's pants, arrived lately,
LADIES' ENTH AJSTOIS .
Ladles will find tho entranco to our storos from Losoya street, near Commerce street bridge,
Have You Heard the News?
About September IS, will occupy part or tho storo at present occupied by A. Wolff, and
will open up with a Ono lino ot
Watches, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry
And novelties, that will surprlso
Leave Your Order With Joe Beckman,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker,
221 Commerce Street, Snu Antonio.
Orders from tho country promptly dllod. Satisfaction guaranteed In evory particular. O Jl-lm
WHITE ELEPHANT !
Main Plaza, San Antonio, Tex.
Collfonila fruits In variety at Armstrong's.
Shirts ruado to order at Itosenbaum Si
Jerseys'ln color and black, best wool quality,
$3 00, at S. Mayer Son'a. 9 ZMt
Tbo Control hotel, of Baa Antonio, Is the
place to slop at 51 60 a day. 7-SS-tf
. Try Elliott & ltagland for your druggist,
no. 8 Cist Commerco street. 8-3-lin
Oents undorwear atllosenbaum & Dnuer's,
No. Commerce street.
Grapes, pcurs, npplcs and peaches received
In quantity dally, by Armstrong. 8-23 tf
A good thing to udvertlo In: Tho LtaiiT
ASflOAbAnouuiDs. Bocure spttco early. 4-tr
Any one wishing railroad excursion tickets
to tho Volksfest. October 4, ltea. can obtain
them ot Ueorgo Pearson, 33 Snlodad St. v-21-Ct
Fresh fruits from all nnrta rpra-lvAil rfullv l.v
Armstrong and sold at lowrst possible prices.
Every one who tries It says that Arm -trong
has the only really excellent tablo butter lu
tho city. 0 11.tr
Fluid extr-cra, elixirs and elegant rrepara
tlons at City Drug Store, N 0.8 lint Commi rco
Ilossck ic Newton have eoveral 10-ners tracts
oriaiidj-ist outsldo of city llinlis for salo at
J2UI each If taken now. B-l-tl
New goods received dally at Itosenbaum Si
uauer a 18 Commerco str-ct.
Don't forget tho grand ball to bo given by
tbo 11. U. A., ou the 20ih, ut the Casino hall. 8t
IlunuEii shoes, uoats, bats and nil kinds of
rubber goods; also tho celebrated Fisb brand
oil slicker, at Sheets, Corruvou li Catties'.
A splendid assortment ot hoops, bustles and
tillers, from 33 cents to 31.
V-S-tf 8. Mater 4; SON.
Hotels, boarding homes and prlvnto fami
lies who will entertain visitors to tne Volksfest
on tho llli, Siu aud Oib of October plcasonoilfy
Ueorgo Pearson, 33 Solcdad street. 8-31-Ct
The International and Great Northern rail
roud will sell excursion tickets to the St. Louis
fair from September sa. V-St-U
The St. Leonard Hotel.
Wo advise our friends when they go to San
Antonio to stop at tho now "St. Loonanl
Hotel," on the south side or Main plaza, where
they will find band.ouiuly furnished rooms, an
exi-ellent table and ovcry bomb comfort, all
for Hi" reasonsbio sum of aud JS 60 per day,
according to tho rooms occupied. No whuro
In tho South can tho saino accommodations bo
found for the mouey. Stock men will please
make a note of this. v-lO-Uai
An artlstla milliner, lias arrived In the city
and will take cuargo or the millinery de
partment ut the mammoth storo or L. Wolfson.
Mr. Wolfson promises that this branch of hla
business will bo second to nooe In tho o'ty, and
tho public. Look out for the opening.
Have opened a branch of their Galveston
house at 350 Commerce street, San Antonio,
and have the largest stock ol pianos, orfiDi,
sheet music, strings and mutlcal instrument!
of any house in the cily. They are State
scents for the world renowned Steinwaj
and the favorite and popular Erati ton pianos,
and sell the same, as well as all other foods
In their line, as cheap as any house North or
South. TI101. Cccgin & Bros, sell pianos and
on such small monthly installments that every
family can afford to buy one. 9-25-3111
HOARD AND LODGINp
At No. Sll Presa street, near Main and Market
Streets. GOODTADLE SPItEAD FOU DAY'
uuAiwisus. everything new, clean and
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9 tO lm
CHARLES H. tfASH,
Commission Merchant !
Successor tb Oothout & Nash, wost side Mill
iory p aza. ban Antonio. Sole agent for
Cooper's Sheep Dipping Powder. Conslgn-
ments and correspondence sollolteS.
, AJtlon every, night from 8 to 11 o'cloiks
iJUjOUl worth of dry goods, clothing, boots
a d shoes, goms' furnishing goods, etc. Must
be sold at onoo to the highest bidder, at the
auction store or
407 Commerco street, Terrell's block, between
Main and Military plazas, U-b-lu
Has opened a neat barbershop at No. 31 Com.
morce street, noxt door to Clavlu'a drug storo,
mora and tho publlo generally. 9-4-lm
iiii. atHTi. ft, iVi'