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THURSDAY SC1TK.UUEU 37. 1A83.
Grand Display !
Fall and Winter Clothing,
For men, youths, boys and children.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Hats, cap, trunks, rallscs etc.. We Invito a
critical Inspection of our stock and prls,
guaranteeing full value In every Initaten. Our
merchant tailoring department, under tlio
mnnairemcnt ot Professor Itohland, undoubt
edly la ono of tbe beat In th Mate. The niosl
select ttylcs In domestic and for? In piece
goods always on band. A petfect ut guuron
teed or no sale.
COHEN & KOENIGHEIM,
90s and 311, MAIN PLAZA,
Waleh.s Set anil ltegulat.il
I3v transit observations freo of chnrgi tiy
Strn, the Jeweler, ii Commerce St, 0-11 Sm
Tbe Days Have Come.
41 The Tom and Jerry days have come.
The gladdest or tbe year,
When man must take toiutn.
Instead of lover beer."
All drinks In .eason and prl"ea wtthlti lenion
Genuine Camel Hair
UenU undeiwtar uiu be bud at J. Jovr &
Pons , tor 3J.
Catlola Bern rd, lumber dwelling Silo
east tide Pecos street, $50.
Ilsrry Sieveri, lumber addition to shoi
9130, north side Lavsca street, $50.
-l'urllyand cigarettes, cents at Hart's.
A Youne Couple.
Willie Johnson, aged 20 years, and Ki la
Williani, aged 15. were married yesttrdav
afternoon at 5 o'clotk by Justice Adam The
usual list of wrdding presents not yet sent in
To be Married.
Licenses have been issued for the follcmlrg
marriages! John M. Gaines to Mary Quesrn
bury; II, P. Ilagemeier to A. S. Wagner;
William Johnson to Marilli Williams; Woll
Jaffe to Anna Wesi.
Climax 13 centa apound at Hart's.
The Il.tgn of Common l'eople.
Henry Ward Bcecher,the celebrated Divine,
will lecture in the Casino, on the lit of Oc
tober, on the "Keign of Common People."
The tickets are $1 50 each. No charge for
reserved scats, at Sim Hart's.
rineil for Ilelng Drunk.
Tony Edwards, William Cooper, V. Cow
den, D, Labqrdet, J. C. Tcrrot, Antone Ger
sadonl, W, Gillis, Jim Barley, all pleaded
guilty In the Recorder's coutt this morning
with having taken too much liquor, and were
each fined $5.
Hawks & ll.ynolds.
The above named gentlemen have formed
a copartnership for the purpose of conducting
a general lightning rod business. Both gen
tlemen are well known as experienced artists
in their line of business, and are apt to meet
with good success.
On the 24th instant, the Infant of Adam
Spencer in, the Thl-d ward, from inanition,
consequent on premature birth. Ncstora
Garcia, consumption; buried by the city.
On the 25th instant, Mrs. G. A. Ellis, in
the First ward, from bilious remittent fever.
Remains shipped to Weimar.
Seven ounce twist 25 cents a pound tit
llark.t Street Obstruction.
Complaints are msde of the frequent ob
struction of Market street, opposite the back
entrance of Goldfrank, Frank & Co.'s store.
This morning the said thoroughfare wss
stopped for 15 minutes, and tbe neighboring
citizens say that these obstructions are con
tinual. The police should give an eye ta
Heard of at Last.
Mr. J, R. Miller, well known in this city as
a highly-accomplished musician and the
teacher of many scholars, dissppcared some
time since without wishing any ot his friends
farewell, but yesterday Mr W, Page received
a letter from he gentleman, who is now in
Texarkana, Ark., possessed of good health,
married and doing well.
A Good IdeZ
To admit of an easy access to the Central
garden during the Vulksfcst celebration, Mr.
Jacob Koerbel has offered to put up a bridge
at his own expense across the river, from
Market street to the garden. The idea is a
very good one as it wculd be a short cut
for everybody below Kampmann's bank. We
hope the bridge will be there.
District Court Notes.
The'grand jury made their final report this
morning, and definitely adjourned.-
A divorce was granted to Mary Schmidt
from her husband, W. Schmidt.
The evidence for the delense in the case of
Galveston, Hatrisburg and San Antonio rail'
way vs. N. K. Connolly, opened this morn
Ing, but the trial is not near Its end yet.
Sick and Drinking,
"John King, jou are charged wllh being
drunk and disorderly," said the City Attor
ney, "are you gulty or not guilty J" "Well,"
said the accused, smiling, "I am guilty and
not guilty; I was sick yesterday and took a
little drink." "Well," said the Recerder, "I
will fine you the lowest fine, $5."
Had a Ml.
The Eighth cavalry band concert last even
ing, In Travis park, was well attended and
was an enjoyable aflalr. The only thing that
marred the concert was the attack of an epi
leptic fit which afflicted George Clark, one of
the bandmen. He was soon relieved and
sent to headquarters. On the way there he
had another fit, but is now doing well.
Mr, Hucnde, who Is officiating at the organ
at the Episcopal church in place of Miss Cora
Ogdei, now away on a trip, Is sadly non
plussed as ta the leading of the choir. Dean
Richardson, who generally performs that duty,
Is also away, and the boys always in need of a
guiding hand, will new be left entirely to
their own guidance, unless some willing parly
will come forward to lake the Dean's place
during his absence.
Wli. Did it.
"Who rang that bell!" asked an irate as
sistant at Drolls' drug store as he rushed rut
of the store last night en dithabile, to answer
a runaway ring. Ol eoune cone of the by
standers knew anything of the occuirencr,
and the dirgusted assistant who had bein
drawn from his bed to attend a supposed cus
tomer, retired to his couch, threatening to put
a head upon any man he caught agitating the
bell wires without Just cause.
W Cannot Hear,
If any one requires an argument in the
favor of wood pavement on the streets, let
him attend the Recorder's court during a
levee, when a selrde Is passing Ccmmerce
street. He will find that the witness' teiti
msny cannot then be heard in the court, even
II he Is privileged to set at the bar table. Tie
just complaint of the public It they cannot
hear. Wood pavements noulJ materially re
duce the noise occasioned by passing traffic.
The jug breaking last night at the Mace
donia church, resulted in the collection of
$133 ard showed a net rrcelj t of $110. The
prise, a silver cake basket, was aaarded to
Liul.i Williams, who had collected $10 90.
The wcrlirg of he Macedonia church at the
presen' time is very satisfactory When Mr
L. G. Joidin arrived from Waco, abml three
months ago, there were only 12 regular at
tendants, now the services are all well at
tended About $ico has also been raised by
Will lis Here.
The Eagle Pass Maverick rays: "We
a knowledge the receipt of an invitation to
a lend the Volktlest at San Ar.tonio on the 51I1
ard 6th of October nest, where we knuw
everything will be 'gay and hippy.' Frovl
dence permillirg, we shall be represented
Such occasions as IlieVulLsfest are the medium
of bringing people of different parts of the
State into friendly conjunction, and, as for the
weld me address of Hal Gosling, the Lone
Star orator and polished gentleman, we wou'd
not miss it lor a kingdom if we could help It."
lt.orgaulztng a Tress Club.
An attempt is now being made by certain
members ol the press of ibis city to reorganize
the press club and to make it a uselul and sub
stantial affair. Such a club would be of great
service If organized fairly and cariied on in a
proper spirit. The now defunct Bohemian
club would have done well if it had been faiily
organized, but itbegan In grots partiality, and,
consequently, became an ignominous failure.
If the press are united and act fairly towards
each other much good can be done; otherwise
it were better that no such organization should
-Hon 0 Shoo Si centa a pound ut Hart's.
A Chinaman In Court.
Lee Foo, a Celestial of an apparently green
type.but la reality a veritable heathen Chinee,
was charged with throwing stones at a Mexi
can woman'a house. Lee Foo was accom
panied by a compatriot who acted as Inter
preter, although the accused spoke very fair
pigeon English. He, through his Interpreter,
declared that he had not thrown stones, and
did not know anything about the matter. The
prosecution's testimony was very decisive,
but the Recorder give the defendant the benefit
of the doubt and dismissed him. Lee Foo
then began to address the court, but admon
ished by Captain Hughes, the interpreter
quickly temoved his friend.
Uood far Hase Hall.
At last ball prosptcls are beginning to look
up. Mr. Davit, Captain of the Blues, has
returned to this city, where he is making
strenuous efforts to raise a stock base ball
club, to consist of abcut 200 shares, at $10 a
share. First rate professionals will be em
ployed, a ground leased and placed in order,
and then Ihe San Antocli base ballisls will be
placed on an equal footing with iheir at
present more successful brethern la the State
This is a worthy eflort on Mr. Davl' pari,
and it is hoped every athletic will hear Uy re
spond to this call. It ia by professional help
that San Antonio lias been beaten, and San
Antonions will beat their present victors with
their own weapons.
The Eagle Pass Maverick, in commenting
on an Ilem that appeared in the Light last
week, about Carrizo Springs, facetiously says:
' We are glad to learn that, our worthy neigh
bers In Dlmmitt county are so prosperous, but
think some of that young lady's statements
mutt be taken with grains of allowance lor
early teaching undtr Locomotive. The next
we hear will be that Rube Bell has bought
Vanderbilt'a St. Julien for a cow pony; that
Plass E. has started a bank; that Si Hay
sports a $5000 diamond pin; Sam Kellogg is
retailing grist mills at 75 cents apiece, and
wheelbarrow seed at 3 cents a bushel, while
Uode Levi has taken 'that horn' and gone
East to serenade the President. Put It on
thick, while you're at It, while Hazelrigg and
Vandervoor are building mansions 15 stories
high. How about the 'Sweeten'-ed spring t"
It.ms Gleaned In the Ife-t.l Corridors and
JTrotn Various Other Seurcea.
Mr. L. Hirshfitld is restingatthe Maverick.
Mr. II. Breusler, of Austin, Is a guest at the
Maverick hotel. '
Mr, J, G. Rosenfield, of Galveston, U regis
tered at the Maverick.
Sheriff R, J, Kapp, of Pleasanton, is so
journing at Ihe Central.
J. O'Leary, a prominent stockman of
Uvalde, is at the Central.
Mr. S. S. Smith and Mr. W. A. Crocker, of
New York, are at Ihe Maverick.
Mr. John S. Givens, from Corpus Chrtstl, is
In town and stays at the Maverick.
Captain Glynn-Turquand, of Balcones
ranche, Boerne, was In town last night.
C. C. Lemen, an extensive wool grower of
Edwards county, is staying at Ihe Central.
Mr. Emll Fox, Mr. N. II. Jackson, gentle
men of New York, have arrived at the Mav
erick. Mr. John G. Kennedy arrived from Corpus
Chrlstl yesterday and is quartered at the
C. A. Cooper, prospector and capitalist, of
San Francisco, California,, and .wife, are
guests at the Central,
Mr. Morris Friedman left for Austin to-day,
where he meets Mrs. Friedman on her way
back from Cincinnati, where she has been
William Schutze, Galveston: N. E. Tran
nell.Gonsales; T. M, Sheffield. Ed S. Dohen,
Gaudalupe county; John J. McLaughlia,
city, are guests at the St. Leonard hotel.
A Teat Case.
This morning the case of Hoefling vs. M'
S. Carley, a hog case, was tried before Justice
Anton Adam. Mr. John II. Copeland ap
peared for the defendant, Mr. J. E. Ochte for
the plaintiff. It appears the parties live at the
crossing of the Alazan creek, South Laredo
street. The butchers there allow their hogs to
run at large. The consequence Is that thoie
of Mr. M. Hoefling have done incredible
harm to the garden and fields of Mr. M. S.
Carley. The plaintiff alleges that the de
fendant shot two and wounded three of his
hogs, for which h; claims $50 damages. The
esse was postponed by agreement of council
until 10 o'clock on Monday morning. Should
ihe plaintiff gain the day, many other affidavits
will be filed against other parties, numbers of
hog havicg been killed of late. The caie is
watchtd with interest.
What the Unglne.r Saya.
Mr George E. Warring, Jr., t.'lvil Engi
neer, Irom Buffalo, New York, writes Alder
man Bolton as follows, in reply to his
inquiries as to the cost of preparing a sewer
age plan for San Anlonld: "Your letter has
been forwarded to me from home, too late,
of course, for my reply to teach yotl In time.
I have been in San Antonio and have a good
general idea of its situation as to sewerage,
etc. It would not be necessary for me to go
again in person I could send a good and
competent assistant to get all the needed de
tails and make thelan at Newport from his
data. If you have a good map of the city,
willi levels, the cost would be lessened. My
own charge would be $250 and disburse
ments. If you have a qood map, this latteri
Including sending an assistant, would hardly
reach $500. My former assistant, Major
Humphreys, Civil Engineer, Memphis, Ten-'
nessee, could serve you us well as I can, and
he is two days nearer.
ltunnlug Over a Hoy.
W. Armstrong, a citizen residing on the
subuibs of the city, was charged this morning
w'ith careless dritiog, through which he had
run over a boy named Tucker, residing on
Losoya street. Mr. Ryder-Taylor was called
and said that he saw the boy run from the
wagon Ilmpingg and Ihe man drove off. He
was asked to stop tbe man and rode after him,
but he would not give his address, on which
he told the accused that he would have his
nime address If he had to follow him heme.
He followed him to Houston street bridge
where he met Officer McSorley and informed
him what had occurred, the officer then ar
retted the accused. Dr. Barnltz saw the boy
limp from the agon; he was not much hurt.
His toes had been smasked, apparently by the
horses. The accused was driving slow just
before the accident occurred. Mr. Jordan
gave evidence of the same character, when
the Recorder declared that he believed the
affair was the result of an accident and dis
missed the case.
Ills Enterprise- la Commendable.
About five years ago a'young man came to
San Antonio as an Immigrant from Lynn,
Massachusetts, and did not, like many of the
class sent out by Dr. Kingsbury, stay idle and
growl about the "blarsted, bloody country'
and find fault wilh everylhing. but he imme
diately set to work with a vim, determined to
make himself a success at something. He is
a paii.ter by trade, but desiring to benefit his
health, he quit work at it and tried farming,
but owing to the bad' season this scheme
proved a failure, and he lost his little savings.
He next tried the work on a ranch, byl this
jib proved a little too rough for him. He
then obtained employment with the govern
ment at rne of the frontier posts, and while In
that capacity made many friends, and remain
ed wiih Uncle Sam until he was called nearer
home to look afier his mother and sister.
Determined not 10 be idle he went to Maior
Converse and asked him for work. The
Major replied, "I've got no work, and have
more men now than I can keep busy." "But,
Major, I mutt have work" aaldhe, "I will go
down to your ranch and paint your residence
for my board, and if you are satisfied with my
work, you may pay roe what you think it is
worth," The Major accepted the proposition
and after a few weeks trial he not only paid
the young man lor4 painting the house, but
gave him a situation on the Sunset railroad,
putting him in entire charge of the painting
department from San Antonio to El Paso. He
remained in the employ of the company for
nearly three years, saving his earnings, and
he comes back to San Antonio and has bought
a half interest in the paint store on Houston
street formerly owned by Vail & DeVcre, and
If determination and push Is worth anything
he is sure to make the business a success,
Ilii name is Eugene M. Putkiss.
Inducements Extraordinary 1
Ladies' Cloak Dcparlment
now open. A largo lino of fall and winter
wraps. Newmarket, walking Jackets, cloaks,
dolmans, 111. torn and Jcracys, f-Jerseys," "Jor-
Onus iroods ever brought to thla city, In all tbo
Carpels, Carpels, Carpels.
We 1m vo now on exhibition a large line of
timpRtrv. volvrt and IhhIv ItruRieln curiiGtst.
Also full lino of woolen 4-4 cnrpoU, iimUlntf.
oil cloths, etc.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
Wo have now ri full a6ortment of lad Jen flno
H Ik how In all the newest a hades. Mslethrcad
hoee. In nil color?, for minces nnd children.
Of thews poods we always carrlnl the hest as
sortment, and tha 1 1 continue to add new
Haas & Oppenheimer.
What the Iteport.ra I.nr oa Tbelr Tour
Through tha City.
Tbe Central hotel received a stove to day
The Tyrolese club will perform durlngthe
Several ladles have been serenaded by
some musicians lately.
Justice Adam yesterday married William
Johnson and Marilla Williams.
A party of gentlemen emptied 20 bottles
of champagne at the White Elephant yester
day. C. R. Ellis refused to pay his hack fare,
$1, last night. ,The Recorder fined him $2
for his failure.
Elk Ledge No. 35, Knights of Pythias,
meet to-night at tbe castle, on Market street,
at 7:50 o'clock.
Mr. Edward G. Dixon, formerly cashier
of Bennett's bank, was recently married in
New York to Miss Mary 1). W. Osgood.
The familiar face and form of Don Leo
nardo A. Heil, better known as JIans Mlckle,
was seen in the Light office this morning.
A pension has been granted to Cassen
nero Cassius de Leal, widow of Captain
Manuel Leal, who gallantly fought at the
siege of Bexar.
A float, loaded with barb wire, got stuck
yesterday evening In Ike mud at the corner of
Houston and Aeequia streets. Considerable
time was lost U getting out.
William Cooke paid a $5 fine this morn
ing for obstructing the streets. There are
many more who should be served in a like
msnnsr, especially on Market street.
Two convicts made a daring escape from
a Sunset train at Luling on Tuesday. They
jumped from the train chained together, as
they were; and have not since been seen.
George Campbell McKay was married on
Tuesday by Judge Noonan to Miss Louisa
Mary Freis, at the residence ' of the bride's
parents, on Crockett street. They are happily
mated, and their many friends wish them a
The county jail has received three additions
to the number of Inmates. Two of the pris
oners were brought In by the Sheriff of
Medina county, one charged with an attempt
at murder, the other with cattle theft. The
third man is a prisoner caught by the rangers
at El Paso, and he is simply resting here en
route for Austin.
Accident to Mr. Hldg. Paschal.
Last evening as Mr. Ridge Paschal was'
crossing the Alamo plaza he was knocked
down and run over by a hack. As a conse
quence one of his ribs is broken and he has
received internal injuries, but lie is doing as
well as can be expected. The man who drove
over Mr. Paschal passed unconcerned as if
'nothing had happened,
lln.o Hull Notes.
The Mascottes played the Soldiers yester
day, and the result was, Mascottes 12, Sol
Carondelets, of Austin, play a match game
at the springs on Sunday against the Blues.
The Suaset,and the Allan tics also play at the
Sunset grounds on Sunday. The Sunsets
have sent for a catcher from St. Louis, and
think they will then be able lu match Ihe best
A Street-Car ItldlngTboir.
The late Judge Siemerlng had a little dog
to which he was much attached, and wbj had
a penchant for street car riding. At times he
would staud at Ihe corner of North street,
wait for Ihe springs car, ride to the springs and
take a stroll on the sequestered grounds,
Whep he was satisfied he would take the re
turn car, get off at North street, and go direct
home. If he was out with his master, and felt
so disposed, he would take a street car home.
What was the more remarkable he was never
known to mistake his car, or to get off at the
wrong point. The conductors knew the dog
and always dead headed him.
J. JOSKE & SONS
. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots Shoes,
Hats 5 Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Trunks and rallies. As our grand additional building Is now completed we will receive the
largest stock of dry (roods, etc., ever brought to this city, We have Just now received a full
line of flno Stetson hats, allnewstylestosullevorybody. Our assortment of ladles' and (rents'
Ono hand and machine sewed shoos Is tho largcst'and cpmplotost In town. A largo variety of
boys' and children's clothing, also single boys' and children's pants, arrived lately,
INDIES' ENTit A3STOIC .
Have You Heard the News?
About Septcrabor 15, wlllorcupy part of thostoro at present oeoupled by A. Wolff, and
will open up with a flno lino of
Watches, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry
And novelties, that will surprlso tho public. Look out for the opening.
Leave Your Order With Joe Beckman,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker,
Commerce Street, Snn Anionics.
Orders from the country promptly Ailed. Satlsfaotlonguarantccd In every particular. O-il-lm
An I'.leeant Line
Of gents furnishing goods can be seen at J.
Joako Sonsjj IWU tf
lints, Caps, ltoots and Shoos,
A large and well selected stock at J. Joako &
Hons'. S-St tf
Forsomo cholco lots on Fan Pedro Avenue,
at bargain If taken this week. Como quick to
lloaack & .Newton, 21 Boledad street. ll-UMt
Given by tho It. 11. A , nt tho Casino on Baur
day, -Jlii. Tickets obtainable from members.
A Grand Display of Furniture.
Tluyrrs hs well as prospective buyers, aro
Invited tncall on L. Wolfson and see the grand
dl-play or furniture, carpels, mattings, oil
cltlisand all Kinds or houseti Id goods. Mr.
Woltson's facllltlrs for bandllug furniture are
complete In ot cry particular, and ns ho buss
for cash I10 can glo unequalled discounts, tf
" For ltent.
Two. storied frntuu house, Avenuo D, between
Klahth and Ninth street, nlno rooms. Apply to
" 0," this olUce." v ft-lt
Joe Gonzales ,
Ha opened a neat barbershop at No. 31 Com
merce street, next door to (,'lnvln's drug store,
where, ho will bo pleased to wait on bis custo
mers und tho publlo generally. IMMm
The Largest Stock
Of clothing In tho 8tato for fall nnd winter,
Just lu ut I'ducoiUt it tion'a U-l.tf
I'or l ino Novelties
Lute Styles ut Hats
For talc at Pancoast & Bon's.
A wngon especially adapted to moving
nousenoiu mruiiure, i
lfouae for Sule or ltent,
liotwix-n Ascnuo I) and U,nn Eighth atrecl.:il3.
Imiulroor 1'. II. Freer, at Sunset ticket oillcc.
Itoacnbauia Si lfuuer'a
Own made shirts can't bo beat. IM-tf
ltoaeribaum & ltauer
Aro selling lints for less money than any house
In the city. No. "JJ Commerce street. 9-1-tf
Look Out, lloya t
To get n real nobby school suit lor tho least
money you must go to Mbocts, Corrovon &
, Castles, opposite the old Alamo,
If you say you never can find a pair of pants
T.aas Kiuploytnent lltireau
And Agency, for rooms, offices, houses, etc, So
least eiucj nam piaza.
Sirs. Danford, Ureas Mak
Formerly from London, has removed to No.
407 Avenuo C, near 4th street, where she will
bo happy to see all her former customers and
ladles who wish tlrst-clasa work uml perfect
Costumes mado from art designs or fashion
A S.eret Mad. Known.
" Exporlenco Is tho only guldo treated with
respect by mortals."
Tho question Is often asked Why Is It, when
you near many ouainess men ouiupiatu
lnu or Hull tlmi'A. look blue and wear a loni
faco and never seem satisfied, when, on the
other hand. It you will Just step Into tho
mammoth storo of L. Wolfson, on Main plaza,
bo will meet you with a pleasant "good morn
ing," and youar at once mado to feel as It you
bad mot a man who would deal fairly and give
you full valve for your money. Wolfson never
grumbles about dull times, and, more tbun ail,
0 Is a persistent advertiser, and believes It Ict
t.Dg bis customers and the general publlu know
what ho has for ihaId. and does not beltovo In
letting goods remain on his shelves, and Is
always willing to divide protlts with bis
patrons. Furthermore, Mr. Wolfson always
advertises what ho has for sale and is never
"Justout." Ills fnlr dealing, low prices and
persistent advertising Is the koy to this secret,
and by tho experience of bis customers It Is
made known. O lff-lf
Notlc. ta tb l'ublle.
In consequence of tho grading of Ban Fcdro
avenuo and of tbe streets radiating from tbe
ttomaua street railway switch, the following
named streets, viz.: Main a enue, Camdeu
street and Hast nnd West Homana streets are
bereny declared tmpassablo aud closed for
wagons and vehicles,
My K. 1'. CI.ADOOH, J. II. FBSNcn.
t S7-3t City Clerk. Mayor.
Good dress makers, by Mrs. Danford, 407
Great Itargalas In City rroperty.
Ten new houses on Ban Pedro avenue and
near the High school, finest streetln the city,
ono for gouu), JU700, $.1000, ttOOj, (6000, and
llrlck bouse, flvo rooms, with modern con
veniences, corner of Pecos and Za valla streets,
Ji'iUO. A bargain.
Several very desirable resldoneea on Avenue
C, ono seven rooms, bath room, sort ants'
rooms, etc, brick, Queen Aune style, marbto
mantles, plaster parls finish, the tlneat resi
dence on tbo avenue. Price, with single lot,
07m;; wun twoiois, rou.
Blx henuttrul residences on llia-nowltv hill.
Ono at six rooms with two lots ou Main
Hilton 4; Touno,
SOS West Houston street.
lly J. V. llradley, Land Agent.
No- rook houae. with 10 rooms, on two largo .
lots; good well nnd olstcrn Will soli cheap.
Hock b uso of 7 rooms, fronting east. No. 'Oil
Avenuo C. ottered for a few days at n bargain.
Ten-room reck hou.e on two largo lota,
beautiful shado trees and shrubbery, corner of
King William and Turner .streets. Will sell
nice collage, well num. ironnnyr cast ou
Milam snuare. No. IOU'i. offered for less than
ltock house on Alamo street. Ten rooms,
stables and carriage room, It DO by ZW feet.
nara roca nmiso, wim iu rooms, nrgani
home, one block from Alamo Tplara and post-
large cls'ern, stables, Ac on four large lots, at
a great bargain on Ban Pedro avenue.
Beven room coltago on Ban Pedro avenue,
Nlco new cottage, elegantly finished, 7
innms, ono block from Ban l'cdru avenue,
Blx room cottago on Camden street, $1,000.
Improved farms, dair farms, ranch proper
ties with llvo stocK. lanra bodies of land In
Toxas and Mexico.
bix nico cottages in want 4, prico ;i,mu in
t-'l.KXI paying 11 to 'M per cent, rental.
Thrco vacant lots corner of Zuvalla anil
Leona streets, west and opposite tbo chapel,
Ten acres of land fronting south pn street
Shlits mado to order nt ltoicnbnuin &
Tbe Central hotel, of San Antonio, Is tho
place to stop at $1 60 a day. 7-2Mt
Try Rlllott Ic Itagland for your druggist.
Ko. 8 Eust Commerce street. 9-lMm
Lcavo your measure forshlrts at Itoaenbaum
3c llaucr a 2& Cutnmcrce street. V-l-tf
Oenta underwear at Kosenbauui & llaucr's.
No. 18 Commerce streot.
A good thing to advcrtlso In: Tho LttiiiT
Annual ami uuii)r:. Bocure space early. 4-tf
Any ono wishing railroad excursion tickets
to tho volksfest. October 4, lts&J, can obtain
them of George Pearson, U3 solodad Bt. V-l.'1-tit
Have your proscriptions tilled at City Drug
Store. No. 8 East C ommorco street. V-3-lm
Fluid extracts, elixirs and elegant prepara
tions ut City Drug Btorc, N0.8 Eust Commerce
llosack 3c Nowtnn have several 10-acro tracts
of land Just outside of city limits forsaloat
BUOcuch-lf taken now. B-l-tt
New goods received dally at ltosenbaum 3c
llauvr's, 23a Commerce street.
Don't forget tho grand boll to bo given by
tho U. II. A., on tho -"Jlh, at the Casino ball. Gt
ItunncH shoes, coats, hats and all kinds of
rubber goods; also tbo celebrated Fish brand
oil slicker, at Bbcets, Corrovon 3c Castles'.
Hotels, boardlpv houses and private fami
lies who will entertain visitors to tbo Volksrest
ou tbo 4th. 6th and (itb or October please notify
Oeorgo Pearson, XI Boledad street. 0-21-nt
Tho International nnd Great Northern rail
road will sell excursion tickets to the Bt. Louis
fair from September a. n-24-tf
If you want a suit mado. Ho has a full Hue of
pleco goods and a tlrst-clasa outtor In charge.
Men'a Furnlablnir Goods.
As good a Stock ot gent's furnishing goods
ascau bo fount In tboHtato for fall and win
ter, at Puacoast 3c Bon's. U-l tr
Order Your Groceries
From George & Sullcnbergcr, 407 Houston
News, llooks, Stationery and Varieties.
Full supply ot office stationery, printers
supplies, Ac, O, W. IIaluwin 3c Co.
l-7lf 2S7 Commerce street.
Gents and Hoys
Heady mado clothing, tbe largest assortment
If voll wclah less than a ton. ira to Bhoora.
Corrovon Castles' for a nice suit. Tbeycan
lit j ou, 110 matter what your shape Is.
Four llulldlng Lots for Sale.
Lots 3. 4.37. 38. block 7..orurlnal subdivision
block W.i, range 1. district 4, on Alazan creek.
Xlamagn lly Froat.
In order til eaoaiM, thi. lilmhtinv irrntanr lm
Orst treats, provide yourself with medium and
heavy-weight underwear and substantial lull
clothing, now selling at very low prices, at
Bneete, Corrovon 3c Castles', No, SlT Alamo
An artlstlo milliner, has arrived In the city
and will take charge of tho millinery de
partment ot tho mammoth store of L.Wolfson,
Mr. Wolfson promises that tbla branch ot his
business will bo secoud to none In the city, and
tho ladles are particularly requested to call be
fore giving thoir orders elsewhere. t-Jl-i:
Tb. l'lrst Norther
Has arrlvcd'lnd I Wolfson is prepared to
ill every ono with a nloe suit ot warmer cloth
lug. Ilia stock ot ready made clothing for
men and boys Is unsurpassed, and Is tbo lart est
aud llncst he has ever before brought to this
market All Mr. Wolfson desires Is that you
call and examine this stock and get prices, and
he Is satlslled be can pleaso you. V-21-tf
We Take Pleasure to Inform tb. Ladles
Tbar wo bavo engaged two export dress
makers, and we aro prepared to tako orders for
tbo most fashionable dresses at reasonable
ratea and guarantee good work and perries lit.
AU work aonont our establishment at short
notice Wo hava spared no expense In fitting
up rooms for tho convenience of our lady
patrons. A. Dluii& Koeniosbhxb,
c . JSrjT Vonlu,ePl BR1 Mavarro bis.
tai Antonio, fceptember 17, im, a-XT-tf