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The San Antonio Light.
(FUIIIAV, DIXKJl lir.lt 14, 1883
Hal til tho latest stilus In
Kress niul Business Suits
Youths, Boys anh Children
pr A II lino of rente' furnishing koo.Ii, and
Ibo finest assortment of piece iroods for our
merchant tallorlnr department always In
took. Wo defy competition. Cull on in for
COIIEN & KOEXIGIIEUI,
as and 311, MAIN l'LAZA.
Until yon have seen tho flno stook of clothing
of l'ancoast 4 Bon. 9-ZK-tf
An Olil 1'oet Say
" In tho forehead anil the eye,
Tho lecture or llio mind dotli lie.
" In tho stomach -tbrouirh the llp,
Uo the people'" niornlnir nips
Of QALUonura Iikst. lMMm
oflloe.lu Sim Hart's claar sion.'. Main plain. Otf
Shirts autl Umlernmr.
A M'ry cowpleto stock for wilo by Pnnronst
Pure wines and llUon at Huennnnn &
Ilouritlnc Home for Rale.
I will Mill Mir uoardlnif lit'tiw. No. W Alnrao
street, cheap, for cash. J. J. I'otsllASs.
Tho painter, can bo found at Bacon's paint
hop, oil HU Marv'a strict. ll).lo-tf
. Kcillc, SSI ffeit Commerce slrcet, keeps
"WINEOFCARDUI" makes nwy checks
and clear complexion.
Bold by Jaaiea Clarin and U. Orynskl, druimlsla.
For Alderman Third Ward.
At the request of many frlendi I nnnoun'co
ni) self as a candidate for Alderman from tho
Third ward at tho coming election In January,
lift. II. W. DlTTCII.
I'or Alderinuu, .Second Ward.
Wo aro authorized to nnnounro Colonel
Atliriisttis Ilplknan hr n mndlilato for re-elec
tion tn tho ouleo of Alderman In tho Second
ward at the ensuing- election In January.
Ijite Styles or lluta
Vor sale at l'ancoast & Bon'a. 1M
liquors, etc., at I Alamo plaza. ll-IAMf
We aro authnrlzod to announce Hans I.
Ttcircncr as a cutnlldalu lor ro-olcctlull li
Alderman fortho Third ward, at tho election
tn January, JSSI.
Hae Your Tcetli Filled
Hy Dr. A. J. Smith, No. 3d Coinmcrcn street,
over mavln'a drug etorc. Il-l-tf
Nlo Tencs's Hook Mure
la the nlaco tn bur luvonllo books, albums
pictures, artificial ltowers, all kinds of kihiics.
anu unnsimas rooua. j-i-
Scwcia Miciimm repalrod. Furniture war.
on always on nanu at rcarsou & uouon s. .
Boledad street. 12-l:Mm
100,000 Hard llurnt llrlck
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" curca costlvcneM
unci sick headache.
Sold by James Clavln and I. Orynskl.drusrirlsts.
Holiday Goods of l'.very Descrlptli
A splendid assortment atU. W. llaldwln St
uo. s, sai uomincrco ctroeu
Oraml opening- up of holiday goods at tho
uny unKrrj oiurv,au loninuTco street.
J3 13-i:t u. AnnAiMiia.
If you want a suit mado. Ilo has a full line of
piceo iroous ana a nrat-ciasg cutter iu charge
Men'a Furnishing Uoods.
Aa good a stock of gent's furnishing gooil
aa i-ua luiouni m inornate lor la'l am
tcr, at l'ancoast & Bon a. o
Ten Dollars I'er Month
Will buy onn of tho reliable Kniersnn pianos
It u choloo In style and material aa can bo
louni in any market.
W-Sa-tf PANCOABT & sou.
lluy your bitters for the holidays at the City
13-1113 ' K. AnitAUAMi
Louisiana btuto Lottery,
Tlekctalntho extraordinary drawing of tho
Louisiana btate Lottery of December in at 1?.
slooro'a. No. .'1 Acciiula stiect. Capital prlzo
It Will I'ay
at prices lower than elsewhere.
Purchasing SI worth of goods will rvoelvo a
chance In those elegaht rasca uu exhibition at
Harry Uauiu !i Coa. U lo tiw
The largest stock of stationery Jmenllo
books, albums, etc., In tho city, at Nlo i'cugg's.
I"ourTliouaiid Uushelsof Corn
Pjr sale. Adlrcas J. M, Frobt, Ttlchmond,
Just Slake a Note of It.
The holiday edition of the Merchant and
Manufacturer will bo enlarged and will contain
many articles of publlo Interest. It will bo
lssuod early In tho week before Christmas and
will bo found to be u valuable advertising
medium. Those who have socured space
aheuld send In copy at onco, and I how who
wantsnaoo should mnko early application to
me at dsn Antonio I.rnriT oiHco.
. . JlaKnr KriiEn-TAVLon
12-13-lw Wllor uud Manager.
What the Importers Learn on Their lour
Through the City.
The weather hat postponed lh HrllUh
and the Ilaptitt sociables.
F. Tirti took out a license this motnioc
o wed MUs M. Qscdaro.
A hone ran awajr from Dsn bmilh a
rerjr stable yesterday.
Mr. II. L. Decener is a candidate lor re
election as Alderman Irom the Third ward.
On Wednesday erenlnj nett the San An
tonio dub tires another of its elegant recep
Ladies of the First Presbyterian church
ill meet to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock In
.The Soledad street skating rink wai
patronized by a number of prominent young
Yesterday while Toe Murray was bringing
in cattle his horse fell and injured his leg
Officer Chadwell carried off a basket of
floweis in a raffle. He is looking quile de
lighted and rosy.
The sociable of the Methodist church
(South) will be given to-night at the'retidence
of Mrs. Cotlon on Sqnth sticet.
At the District court this morning tne
cases let for to-day on the docket were all
ravel. To-morrow is motion day.
Look out for the grand auction sale at L.
Herlzberg'a, commencing to-morrow nigh',
iy Mosack & Nr.iUon. Sale begins at 7 p. m.
A great many stockmen ate in town and
more are coming la. There will no doubt be
good attendance at the stock meeting to
Stern, the diamond jeweler, has just re
ceived a Urge Invoice of curious and elegant
spaneie novelties suitable for house adorn
ment, holiday presents, clc.
To whom docs correspondent "H ' allude
a sneaking of the "solid three" In the City
Council? Hut give us your name first as
printers get blind on anonymous communica
In Ihe Express this morning it will be
found that Mr. Colson't fence has been cut to
some extent, and it is now ascertained that
his neighbor, Mr. McGcc, ha suffered In
the same way.
Mr. John P. Carrere, proprietor of Ihe
Maison Illanche restaurant, Is seriously 111
with cancer of the throat. It Is with great
difficulty that he can take any food, and his
condition is considered critical.
The meeting of stock men, business men
and citizens generally at Kriich 'shall to-night
promises to be a large and lively assembly.
Our people are In earneit, as well as a unit,
that fence cutting trust cease and the fence
cutter must go.
Complaint is made here by those residing
ere and doing a small business on the streets
by vending their wares, for which they pay
State and cily licenses, that the imported
smitt Alec," the cheeky and garrulous
fakir," is frequently doing business using
the licenses issued In the name of other
llishop Elliot, of this diocese, has just
been appointed by the Episcopal Hoard of
Missions, Mew York, to take charge of the
pintual interests of Americans alone the line
of the railroad in the States of Chihuahua,
Nueva Leon and Loaliulla, Mexico, lwo
missionaries will be immediately placed in Ihe
field to begin Ihe wotk.
The services of Rev. Frank II. Ticknor,
of this cily, as a matrimonial tie clincher, are
in demand even outside of his congregation,
he having at Austin, the night before last
informed the marriage of Mr. Dudley,
iVooten, County Attorney of Davis county, tu
Miss Ella Carter, ihe sweet alto of musical
circles in the Capital city.
Items tlleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
From Various Other Hourcel.
Mr. P. J, Moss Is still unwell.
Mr. Olsmith, accompanied by his bride, is
expected home to-day.
W. W. Berry. Esq., the attorney, his re
turned from Wilson county.
Judge Mason left last evening for Houston,
to attend the Bar association there.
Min Ilattie Byrne will spend her Christ
mas at Laredo, with Mr. O. P. Reed's family.
Mr. Joe Murray, the stockman, of Flores
villc, is here to attend the mass meeting to
night. Mr. J. M. Elliott, of San Marcos, will give
his views on fence slashing remedies, to-night,
at Kiisch's hall.
M. Marx, of ihe big jewelry firm of Uos
sutb, Marx & Co., New York, is in the city
receiving lavish orders.
Mr. C. Corner, former contractor and civil
engineer of the Sunset route, has just returned
from a surveying expedition to Turkey creek.
Chailie M. Royce, business agent for Ida
Siddon's Mastodons, is in the city making
arrangements for his troupe to play at Casino
hall December 17 and 18.
Captain T. II. Clemens, an extensive ranch
owner, and also District and County Clerk of
Jackson county, Is stopping at Mrs. Sapping
ton's, on Houston street, and is somewhat in
disposed. Mr. Frank J. Buckley, who has been wllh
Goggan Brothers, for the past 19 years, both
In Galveston and this city, left for the Island
City in a precarious state of health, caused by
Mr. Ed. Froebese returned last evening
from his ranch on the Sabinal, some Co miles
from here, and reports that region to be as
dry as tinder. No rain has fallen there for
Mr. Ed. Steves called on the Light office
yesterday in company with Dr. A. Waltz, late
of Bremen, Cermany. The Doctor came
over In the steamer Wcscr, which landed at
Galveston Tuesday, and will make San An
tonio his future home.
Arrivals at the St. Leonard hotel t C. L.
Shannon, San Francisco; C. G. Vogel,
Boerne;C. Southerland, San Marcos; John
Relnhard, Boerne; R. II, Gibson, Chicago;
Samuel Neel, I. D. Barry, M. W. Radcliff,
Seguin; J, L. Wools, Austin; II. Stephenson,
D. Bowman, Del Rio; John Willet, Texas;
W. W. Freeman, City; Captain II. Scoll,
Mission Refugio; S. B. Jones, Texas; II,
Suart and wife, Leon Springs; A. P. Malts
berger, T. P. McDavllt, City; C. W. Roberts,
Knight of I'ytlilas Endowment Kank,
Section No. Cji, Knights of Pythias En
dowment rank, was organized last night by
District Deputy John V. Seller. The follow
ing officers were elected for the yesr 1884 1
President, lien Goldcnburg; Vice President,
C. F. Frommerj Chaplain, Henry Hunt; Sec
retary and Treasurer, T. II. Johnson; Guide,
John P. W. Street; Guard, Nicholas Damken;
Sentinel, J. Saper.
The officers elect were duly Installed, and
the regular meeting nights set for the second
Tuesday in each month.
The Endowment rank of Ihe Knights of
I'ythias is an insurance degree divided into
three classes, whereby members are Insured
for $1000, $1000, and $3000, payable at
dealb. The plan Is co-operation, and the
examinations being strict, the assessments
simple and light, this association offers Ihe
most economical mode of life insurance.
A Itegular 1'raud.
Some time ago mention was made in the
Light of a msn who went to George Bode,
representing himsell as a detective, and to
whom llode loaned a suit of clothes as a dis
guise, never, of course, getting them back. It
now turns out the man has been arrested, and,
not being able to pay his fine, Is now confined
la Jail, on a charge of vagrancy. He goes by
vinous names, two 01 which are Hignt
and G. W. Halden. This Is some consolation
Notice 000 Cases Imported AVInes.
Wo aro receiving to-ilay COO caiws of wlnea
direct Irrmllie Wst vlneiardacn thollhlue,
or the following brands, vlr;
Nlo' Helper Tliitaie, ISIt.
Ijiulienhelmer vintage, 1KT8.
Ileldeihclmer vintage, In"".
I.lcbfrauuiilch vintage. let'U.
Murcobrunner vintage, 1874.
Hudcthclmor Iterg vintage, 1S71.
.TohitnUherirer vllltaire. lK7i.
Kurst Slettcrnlch, private stock
ntty to purchase, at reasonable prices tho
A whllo woman to cook. Apply tn Mr.
W. I). Alien, opposite Alamo mills. r-M.Kit
.Special for tho Holiday!.
Tho finest and most delicious augcl food,
mlocn plea and fruit enkee can bo hail at
Ilarnlaeli & ILicr'a during tho hollda. i:i-lut
Ma lloom House
I'or rent by Mn. K. Doltlcr, 811 North Ktorea
I'or Christians Cards,
Ijidli'a' pocket books and hand bags, nation
cry. and nil kinds of Christinas prviwuts, and
all tho stundard poetical worka, go to Nlo
A llonu 1'lde .Notice Only,
And not an advertising dodge. Ill health com
pels 1110 to lenvo my prewnt address, und will
close out my entire stock of flno lluruna
cigars at a sucrlnce. u. r?ii.v a,
12-13-lw No. I West llnustuli Street.
Iteiuilmt. packed orsUIppcd by I'citrsnu & Cob
ton, III soledad street. 12-IJ-Im
1 rnrn nil are Mild!
Trench cluret, Jl S rer gallon,
t'lillfornin claret, W cents per gallon.
ralirurtlia hock, w eenis per gauon.
W ner gallon.
California muscatel, $1 K per gallon.
rmirornia angelica, per ganou.
California cutawhn, 10 cents ier gallon.
llnm linn.tr. 12 tier nation.
Also the llucst lino of double-stamped and
compounded whiskies to be round In tiro State
a) tho City Oroocry More, a) Commerce itreet.
lg-l'.'-Ut 1!. Abrahams.
Fur llollduy l'rese
Music boxes, books, tnuslo albums and all
vinos or nmsio supplies, go 10 uogguu a- uru. i
ffU Commerce street. 11-SSMf
200 Cords Dry Wood for Hale.
Cut and spilt to order and delivered to any
pari or mo ciiy. uieap ior casu.
306 nndauu Laredo it,
I'or Aldermnn, l'oui th Wurd.
w nrn authorized to announce Mr. (lustave
rlrnns ih n ftmlldiitn tor Alderman In the
LKourth ward at the ensuing election in January
Don't lull to Sea
Tho larjro OMortinent of holiday iroodg Just rc-
ccivcu ai mo uny uruir oioro ueiuro puruuua
Inir. CclluloM drcRslntr. odor and card caeeo,
wnrlf linnkptK. rut it lna hntllcg. tnlrrOM. tlllVCl.
lnft note, unto and photograph aluitmt, 11 uo
pHpemes ana periumery. u-u-ju
Thfl nnhlln Aro Invited to cull and PJtn.in.no
my larjfo stock of lino candles, homo-mudo and
linKrtcd; also a (fUDeral lino of tiro works und i
Christmas ooda. G. A Dcehllii, 1
A (rood boy to carry n horsoback routo.
Apply ut thla ufllco.
Second-iiaku Fund turn of all descriptions
bought and sold by Pearson & Colton. 33 Solo
dad street. UMaMni
Sl'KCIAL NOT I CHS.
Mrn'a ikOOTfl nalf-solcd and hcolod for ft.
IaadkM boots half-soled und heeled ut 75 cents
at tho Llttlo llco Hive, near Turner hall. tf
"Huv your cooklnjr wine for tho holidays at
tliuCitv Oroccry a tore, iCfl Commerco street.
13-103 K. A mt AH Alia.
Ladies' boots mndtto order at tho Llttlo
How IHvo, near Turner hall, Houston street.
WltcheU's Llttlo Ileo lllvo Is not connected
with aur other 11 rm In this cltv,
Vult assortment of fresh staplo and fancy
trrocerloi at lluennann St Uru.'s, !1 Alamo
Uuy ) our chain potrnes for tho holidays at tho
13-12-12 1 K. Abrahams.
Anytiiino m tho boot and shoo lino mado to
order from a man a low-nuartor at VI 7J to a
English ton boot, at tho Llttlo lleo Hire, net
Turner hall. lO-so-Um
Bulltvan & Co., St9 Commerco street, aro
forced to cnlartfo their store, and therefore
in sen W5,uw worth or ooota anaenoes at re
duced prices. They havo a completo stotk.
iu sco iiicm auu ubk prices, ana you vriu
o to buy, ll-l-lii
Grand Slaughter Sale !
$15,000 WORTH OF BOOTS AND SHOES
Alt of My Own Manufacture, will be Sold ut
J. H. MARQUART.
rrTTroprlctor Croscent City Hoot and Shoo Manufactory, No. IT Boledad street, opposite the
court house. Ban Antonio. My sfck embraces all kinds of Boots and Shoes, and I can guar
ntoc quality, stylo and price. 12 13-lin
WefttmllribiMt a cholco ttMortmcnl of 1a
die' eultn. In el Iks, trocal vet ret, lailles'
cloth, tUnnt'ls, black and columl casbtnerc.
AD'l ill the Duff drcu Rood.
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A largo lino of fall andwInOr
wraps. Newmarkets, walking jacket, cloaks,
dolmana, ulsters and jcraeja. ''Jersoys," "Jer
seya," for ladles', misses nud children, at all
tho popular prices.
ilrrM goods eve
new tmd.' an
Carpets, Carpels, Carpets.
Wohavo now 011 exhibition a largo lino of
tapestry, velvet and body Ilnusela carpets.
Alaofulf lino of woolen i- carpets, matting,
oil cloths, eto.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
hnvn now n full itwnrtinent of ladles' line
silk hosoln all tho newest shades. Llslotlm ud
hone, In all colors, for misses and children.
Of tneso goods wo always carried tho best us-
rdmli continue tn add new
nptoy Madmiie FirreU, Just
enlio of New York Cily,
n-eeks. tfi-lt she
Is niMim potent designer
id draper, and stilo
lling H as gnoa us 1
I no 11111110. iv o enn
pared to nmkn
and llnl'h drrsKes in as good si) le as run bo bad
In any large illy.
SuV Haas & Oppenheimer.
33 and 35 Commerce St.,
ihifctock frt'fth from the uianufuctork'd i
com plot o lino of
Malioj;o.ir, Walnut, AtU
Varliiff In prlcvs from $tf to $1.VU.
Xif" Cull und sec thlii stock beforu burin?.
lty Yssltlinr hU wholesalo and retail cet ab
utment you will find their larxely
Hfsorted stock of
1'liotojrrnphla mjtcilal, siHingi'K, cbauunls
sklos, etc., fictb euppllod, also, cleiraiit tcllet
arts, toilet soaps, cologius, perfumes, tootb
powder, hair und tooth brushes, toilet
powder, etc. I210-lrn
Call and purchuso before all aro sold,
ll-l-'-lit U. Auhaiums.
Aludam K. 'lioinasson,
taidlea' hair ili-cusor, Xt) Houston strict, has
lust received h line line or nair goons in ino
latest styles. Aio periumory, touci arricics,
and lino laeo neek wear, eto. l:M0-flt
ID I B
We aro Offering Great Inrainsln
Fine All Wool White Blankets !
Call Early Boforo They aro Gouo.
LarpstJewelry Honse iiiTexas!
NOtSfA COMMi:itCi: BTItlMrr, HAN ANTONIO, TCXAS, Is now thoroughly Ottedupand
stocked In his now store, and exhibits tho Largest and Host Selected Stock of
To bo found In any limine In tbo Srnto ol Toxas.
FINK WATCIIU3 and Jl'.U'KLUV will Ond It
oxnniine roods and pet prices beforo lmrobastntr
285-COMMEROE STREET 285
San Antonio, - - Texas.
180 BABGMHS 11 180 MH
5 '217 ALAMO PLAZA;
For Everybody, at Prices That Defy Cotuptsilioui
Sheets, Correvon & Castles.
i Mada Ntlll Another ltadnctlonln
10 4, at 81 73 a I'alr. A Ijrg
All Olbcr Ooads st l'roportlonalaly It.duced ltatca.
3ESL j9l 3E3C 3XT dfc O O.
WOLFF & MARX,
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
BAPLOAI3STS in OLOTHEIISrO
GfiilH' Suits, Young Blons' SultH, Hip Bojh'
Suits, anil School SultH.
Lato Shipments of Boys' Suits at Yory Low Prices. I
BEST MAKES OP BOOTS AND SHOES.
rrrTho abovo aro new departments, and ereiy dollar's worth of gooJs Is now and troab.
Douxht at prlcos that onablo us to foil them to tho satisfaction of the consumer.
Anyono wanting to purchase DIAMONDS
tu ttaolr lntcmat to call on UOl'VANTand
I'riofs. 30 l'AIIl W1IITU 11IJVNKR
Coutlgumeut of tlie Celebrated