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The San. Antonio Light. 1'UIDAY, MAY 5. 1883. LOCAL NEWS. The Nameless Club Will glvoaplctiloto-morrowatllradcn Brancho nnd a Jovial tltno l anticipated. Mian Wescoit'a I'lrnlo. Mlsj Wcseott's school held their annual pic nlo nt tho Springs yesterday, which was well attended mid enjoyed In k'umw and eatlnir KOOrt tilings prcp.irej"' u.o The Mutr.li Ilcm. Joseph J. llrown has n llcene to marry Mary Ann Kinney, nirod 10, with consent of her Mother? " V:- 'st to miirr' 1),,m .f"hrrelU ic", Slid Ii. Soto to marry Florcnco Monjnrcs. Gratuitous. For Information of tho gentlcmanl') who was looking for thu responsible man of tho I.ioiiTlmt night, thoolllce hours nip from 7 a m ToC P n. Heroic tlndlng him. however, he mi better secure a berth ut San Hosa boa pltal in cuso our dynamite- should explode. UiiiikI MuhIchI Concert. Tho Eighth Cavalry brans bund will perform a number of select pieces at Jonas Garden to morrow afternoon. Iroros-it. i- II nl 'i . ';;-;r. f the band, will lender sovcral solos. Dancing ut night and plenty of refreshments for all who will attend. Another Couple lluppy. Mr. Iludolph Frocbel will, to-night, lead tho beautiful Virginia Zork to the altar, or rather ... ... , nt...... ,iu iniitn iIipiii lii mar- li...... Tho ooroinnnv takes nlaeoattho resi dence of Mr. Stork on Cominereo street. Satisfactory. Wool Is coming In In (treat niiiintltles. The lino clips, which are of extra Rood quality, aro wlllnir raiildly, but low nihility wool and wool ?Jiwt ut? Is stagnant. Jfcssi-s. Oothout Je Nash have received MUM hales, which they uo not Intend to offer for pi es-nt bales. I.OUAt. l'KllSONALS. Items Gleaned III the HnUl Corridors ami mini Various Other Sotircrs. Mr. W. O. Terrell, of St. Joseph. Mo., Is attho St. Lconuid. Mr. John A. (lose, of l'arls, and lato Sheriff of I,ainnr eutinty, Is at the Central. Mr. Andrew Jleaney, n cIIUmii of Inlluouco from Junction City, is at tho Central. Mr. Julius W. Volght, f nun San Augclos. Col., a irosM'Ctor, Is at the Contral. Messrs. 8. J. and Taylor Whltsett, largo stockmen of Cuero, aro at tho Central. Mr. John W. Selelr.of the Clalnoivlllo Dally Ilpspcrian, Is In tho city for a few weeks Mr, Oscar Pat.lg leaves for Moiiteroy noxt week and proposes to locato thero for a time. m- ii ii, li .r.llol.oii tins rntlimed to Ball Antonio after a successful business trip. Mr. C. S. llroadbeiit. a newspaper man from Monterey, makes a temorary sojourn In tho l in.i. 1. .In LVrntrl. nimnt for the I.OIIO Star Steam laundry, Is stopplnir at tho Con- ,rl'r. lMgnr II llrnnsnn, an extensive .stock raiser of Clieeiine, Wyoming, at tlio St. Leonard. Mr.KclitarColoandMrs.Colc.il newly mar ried cotinlo liom Wisconsin, are stiolng at the St. I.eiHiiml. Mr. l'uul Ashcr.nn uptown merchant, who has been laid up Willi Inllammatory rlieiimn- Usui lor mo pan lour mrw, n rainun..... Attho Maverick Hotel -S. A Walker, Aus tin; II. .Fltgcruld. Kansas; C. Howard. .New York; 12. (). Il.irtholoinew, Si Louis; John Mc Cov, Fort Worth; 1'. A. Wheeler, Uoehester; I,. M. l'oiie. Now York. At tho Central Hotel S. J. Molfett, Morales; fl. 11. King. (Jonznles; J. Aiken, Austin; I). 0. tin Off fo Four Inmates of the Ilexur county Jail were removed to tho penitentiary yesterday who had been convicted of theft, viz.: T. Sinclair, lluyes Hobliison, William ltogers and John Fay. According to tho suiitenco they aro to bo provided with board and lodging lortwoears. llulldliii: Permits r itunvan. lumber dwelling )x20, west side of North Floras street. J. II. Price, lumber dwelling lx28 and MxM, west side of Main avenue, costing SWOO. K. llunyuti.luinjier dwelling 12x12 and UxM, Musio at St. Mary's Church To-morrow, Kyrio IMC0" Gloria J'u--ou Lucon Sanctus Agnus Del ...Schmltt llllertorv Osalutails Solo and Duct .J'alestrln G. Katzkniikiioeii, Ortranlst. liiyrs on oittns. Ladles Advised Uow to lluy, Where, to liny and What to lluy. Thero aro few things of greater hnportnpcoto tho fair sex than tho selection of material for their dresses, w nut. may suit, iiiu uuui.iu...... Ilgure and statue of tho ono will be unsuitable lor tho other. What may please tho tasto of one lady will not please that of another, and wnai expense ono iuiij j . not lie ibio to suiUiln. U.K. therefore, of paramount Importance that adlos siioiiiu uoat with that trader who may bo relied upon for new paitems, who has an extensive stock Tor selection, ami whoso wiles aro such as to Justirj purchases at Tulr rates. Such traders are Messrs. S. Mayer & Son, or Coinmerco streot. and an excellent opportunity Is now presented for the purchaso ol uowBeasonablenoodsat low prices, as .Mr. 8. Mayer is now in New York slilpplnif nil I ho novelties to his stole, which ho s i urehHsinr nt low rutos forms Ii. Amontf tho ..,.!.. ,rri.(.,,r,ir,. rhfili'iizenhvrs. nonirees. Antrolii twills, awlss brocades, Miou'la", Htfypt- !j. JOSKE & SONS SaK? China Ottomin, Light Suiumcr Silks. NUN'S VKIIiING from Z'ic. upwards, with nil colors anil qualities of Spanish Laco to match. Tho best and largest assortment of Gents', Boys' and Youths' Clothing. Ian dimities, lawns, crepe, barenes, domestic dress Koods, iflnifhams in nil the new patterns &rd linn nsf mid colors. Hero will bo found (foods that will ji;hhi AX LAW nlcaso Iji.lles are leeommended to seo these cndloss variety oods and call early so as to tfet tlio uesi cnoieo. Till! LlTUItAHY PAWN MAN IN THIS "N1NU HOLM " assortment of 1II.ARK Sll.lv OUllNADlNKS at 1o. SATIN'F-SIn nil colors. N8 In ull the latest patorns. I.lncu Uiwns, l'crcalu and i(iUKams in Ho Is "tlroRcy" Kails to anil OlillKiircd" and Come to Time." A. A. WOLFF Powell. Uikn Charles, U.; 1. Nichols, Oakvlllo; li.li. Wo expected to inept li II Nichols. I n ; .1. II.Tlller. Jr., .1. II. Tiller, of our steel, hut wo. like , the Sr , and raii'lly. Carl Lnnife. Aiemanla. pointed. Ail revolr, J. M. h. .... ,,....1 l r.l....1 ' Tl llni-n ' ','l' r-...winir t lift wniild-be literary mail. See his reJlMinso to our indictment. Wo illsmlns Mr. nmerson with tho injunction : "Go thy way and slu not lurulnat tho versatllo auctioneer, eiuier uy iiiBiuiiniMiii ...... Cultliate Undley Mtirruy that you may avoid lauio niry. aim imi uick""-" u '" Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas. At ii... Uiinl Ilnfnl-Mrs. Colonel C. I). Horn Navasota; II. O. Michaels, J. ii. iieiiinif. r, W. II. and Mrs. Clark, J. II and, Mrs. 'miner man. Mrs. Sherwood, Miss llucklsnd, .Mrs. h it'ui,. .. itiftii iiiinm entii tmiiv: H. r llar- de'lebcn, 'lllrinlnifhaiii! John Vljlott, Austin; ville: W. 'i'. Merrlwether, It.' H. Slatrnrd, Colo rado. ,, u.... At the Menger noici . n. , inj mm, i?.,.,ir.iniv .1. H. Hunter. Sesuln; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Melntiro nnd dauahter, St. I.ouls; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ilurircs", Seituln; O. M. Wat- kins. Ualvoston; II. i . iircwHiur, xiisinij .i. ... nearliorn. iicnton; .nr.iiuu .ur;. ii. .. v.,-1, nt,-. m rhiidwlck. K nsns City; I.. Ulsiisser. New York; (1. N. Davis, IJiredo; lUvirr & Co., l'ETITl'AIN & I.EA, Auctioneers. Si H1I15E1' FOHSAI.K. Ono fxit Wll Kwes. " UKI " lam " " INK) Kwes nnd Ijimbs. " 3I) Hwesund Wctliers. " IWCO Hliecp with loaso or Ilaiieho. " 7UL0 Sheeli with lease of Itancho. C11A1IOT, MO&a i CO. WOOL COMMISSION IIOUHK. New Goods Every Week! Prices Lower Than Ever ! ! iVr. nm nroiuired to rueelve Wool on eonslitu- Miss Minnie Moore, Kantas City; J. M. Sun- mCnt, makliiK Libenil Admucenienti; on same, ,. ifmituekv: Mr. nnd Ml. II. 1. Moore, CM A HOT. MOSS Si CO.. n uttnn. San Franelseo; II. I.. Crouch, rear- uil-tl Kan Antonio. Texas. sail; Thomus Chambers, 1'eursall. - Can bo hud at Captain MeMasters', on San 1-u avenue, cool unu pieasani nun con- I.K1HT Sl'AKKS. Itonl Instate Transfers F. Krlsch and othors to Charles G II. Mair erstadt and wife, lot on Camarifo streot nnd Third street. In consideration of $310. p.i stnt'iui in .T. II. Ivamumann. certain land situated on Yturrl street, in consideration or 4pl'll. Miller and Minerva Miller to Joseph Wilson, 'M acres or part oi mo iucnuuen iraci in consideration oi s) UUtliiKUlslied Visitors Messrs. Jay Gould, Kusscll Suife, Samuel Sloan. J. N. I.owrey, William ountr, A. I. Hopkins, It. C. I,owry, H 8. Hayes, 11. M. lloxle, A. A. Talniaife, Gcortto Olds and others arrived this uiornlnif earlj Troiu Galveston, In llvo palucecaiH. Tliey took udrl euioundtlie city, saw tho slifiis of projfreos belnif made, and loft early for Laredo. The Marshal's Work. Tho City Marshal's report for April was pre sented yesterday to tho actinic Mayor, Alder man Story. It shows that 213 arrests wero made, and JI219 20 was collected for the lines Imposed. This, with tho Bum or $1111 paid In for March collections, showed n urjud total ot SLIM 20. Most of the cases wero of couibo drunks, or cases arising from drinklmr. Iteeordor Canadian's Matinee. William Seary, vagrancy, 10, and disorder ly conduct, W; James J. Price, driving loose stock on Houston street, 510; S. Moglla, tight In.r.S.V Salvntor Floret. Btilklnir Tonfllo Mar tine.. $."; Joo Hush and Mr. Mortis, drunk and liiwn. Karachi A. Zimiiiermun. Thomas Marr. William Chrysler und I'. Hernandez, drunk and disorderly, $5 each. Four caws dismissed aud ono continued. Total lines, The Children Sleep. Tlio weather for the past few days lias been especially hard upon children, and there has been much sickness ainonif the llttlo ones. The following deaths wero repotted yesterday Adolphus Xlmenes, aged two jears, died In the s.ieond ward irom tvnliold fever: A. Jlitchcl. aiced six months, died from dlarrhii, In the First ward; Jesus Castro, auedsix months, died in the Fourtli ward Irom b(mUcIc or tin measles. An Infant named Jetrs. Hired 1 months, died on tho 2d Instant in tho Second viuruirom tueasies. Tlie Ascension Octave, To-morrow is tho flrrst Sunday in the octnv of tho ascension, and will bo duly celebrated at Sun Fernando cathedral. Tho following h the programme of tho musical service: Kvrlo Conconeln Grnduul, "Vcnl Jusa" Cherublnl Venl. Creator Snlritus Werner Credo Cnncono Offertory, "hlnir Allulorloiis Iwrnliy Sanctus Couconc UeneUlctus Concon Atfiius Dei idncoue Diiralue, Balvam fao Concone A.J. II. IIAiiiiouit. Director of Choir. How Is It 7 Some now firms aro established and rise rapid ly in tho estimation or the public, dolnir a ifooc lniKlnos.1 and muklnv monev. whiln older iner plod on t mm iluy to day dolnir comparatively no business. Why Is this r It is simply because liiey uro enierpnsinir. iney seen uunness tliey unu ii; iney sen koous eiieaner and It commuiids a ready sale, making room lor newer goo:s. xno servo everyone nllKc elvlllv. oourteniislr and lalrly. Thev ulvu 1 ull cases good value for money, and the) let people know what iroods tlioy haio forsaloand wha' prices tliey aro offered at. These princi ples must always succoo I. They irc thoprln clpleiioii which Messrs. 8. Majer & Son's ttniu on Cointnerce street is worked and as u result thnv do a uood business and merit the eonll- denonf the many ludlos who legulurly visit -Ilarrv Ilaum and his friends havo a picnic veulciit tostrcet cars. ,,t tin, inifMlous to-morrow. ti... Kniimleu elub Intend lmvlnir a plcnlo wiuiieii, ut tho Second mission to-tnorrow. px nbto-bodled men to liuudlo lumber at tho Tickets aro now on sulo nt Itlsche's oigar Caleasieil lumber company, i-.isi oininorce MllVlO, 11,1.. ,,,,,.. ...i.i i.. Hooms and Hoard !,. t -I'lmier hall' that tho Indies of San Can bo had at ltf l'ecan street, near I'plscopal Antonio aro always after the gentlemen? church. Ti,.. ,tnr fi-iim the abattoir lit tho entl'lllleo A.li Yimr Oroeer to tho city from tho southwest Is abominable ., ,, r,..a,.,i maiiviiiu Ham. Kvory mid ought to bo looked after by somebody. lor t o MACINHUA UAM.iAorj The l.IuiiT ncKtioi ieum-B uiu im-iiuiii u Invitation tonepr sent a uiu iimi "iu"V,"' lecontiou of tho San Antonio Club on May li. Tho Street Commissioner Is engaged In ,tHir ilmvn a substantial guttr on Coni- nei-ee sticctoxtenditigfrom Mugge's corner to tho creek. n.n i.iuiri Bhmlnir In Professor Kntzon bertsur's Juvenile I'inaforo Is grand, lour streot parts singing throUBhoui, wunovoiiuu ox ci lent voices. Tim t.imiT acknowledges tho receipt of nil Invitation to a grand ball which will ho given In the Casino at l'earsnll, on May 11, and regret Its Inability to ue prcteni. It will be a beautiful sight to Juveniles In their new sailor cotum i..al,w, nnvt TncAiliiv and Wodliosduv roro. The new coitumo of Joscphlno alono is valued at $100. The Misses Columlila and Vligliila Hosy .rnlr.il llm I.lflllT briir m1i with cuke and wlno ihN ninriilnif as a memento ol their school plc nlo yesterday, tiibiiks, lauies, inauKsiur jour kind rctueinbrauco. -Thn entire unrerstorv of the Terrell block West Comincrcostifet was leased this morn ing bv the Freyor llros. It Is lo ue immediate Bsu-tfaiiis nil over tlio liou.se. Seeing in bol loving. HUGO & SCHMELTZER, COiMMEUCri STREET, SAN ANTONIO, TEX IS. Wholesale Grocers, bannil"t In San Francisco uppears premature. Major Adams has not hoard of It. Tito Mayor U extiected home by thu 1 Ot li . Ol lit ii 1 ti Folk, In charge ot tho engineers running tlio preliminary survey for a branch lieSiiuset raiiroau lmm una city norm est. lias received Instructions tocontlnuo tlio I J!10;. Survey ill IIIU ouu taw " i"uomv leaves i ruueriCKsoiirg six initea norm. Hallrouil ticket to San Frauc'sco for sale clieats uUT Main plazn. Silverware. Pnnl rn.li i.rj L.o tulsknlR. crllltS. llllttCr dlshei, leo pi tellers, pickle cauors. lea sens, an triple ami uuaarupie piaie, at s-'i v-ouiiiieiiu i rusieo s saie. wa Now uoods at I'ancoast 4 Son's for spring and summer lust in. i Dlumouds Inrirn cnnRiL'tinient of diamonds rings. m.. ti,o Plus and stuns-just received, and inr saie ai iiuetliin. at2JI ComiuercoBtreet. Auction sales in I'ina- at 10::W u. in., and 7::M p. in. 4-.'tf nin-ATBARNETT' S iflTCC (t!fSi2;T CKET OFF CE. R.RTCTcrT FARE 307MAIN PLAZA lhillroad Tickets ltought and Sold. l-pedal to Men, Wleit voueun getntJ. Josko & Sons: Tho I Cn.. .It t.t It... Cl.it.. tlif.Mlr.oct atniw hilt I reiiioueieu iiuu reuneu nnu win uu ui-uiii'ivu )r u, 0ll8t inonev ; mot ex(tiisno gents un- iiieiu us u rniiieiivu. Iderweur und luriilsliing goods, unu at, pricie Tho rumor on tho streets that Mayor remarkably low. b-ij-tt rencli would bo tl.e redid Gr(,iU ,,-, ,n i,oll,M" ,, jmU. SOT.I: AGENTS for tho CI3Li K13 11 ATJ3 D W. J. LEMP'S BEER, DUAUUIIT AM) DOUBIiG KXl'ORT HU'ITLKI). t5rThl8 Ileer Is made from the best Ingredients, and warranted freo from any nlmnxiott sulisliiiites whatsoever HIRE -ME A HALL.! Hock I10U60 and line lot with tlnwcr garden ai arlior. near Avetiuo 1). lor ZI"U. muses on one lot on uvenue D, for Nlco cottage on Son l'edro avenue, tl rooms, Uoek houses neur Alamo street, $1200, I000, $22(). Two nleo now liouses near sunset depot, tiriuuand iu.iu. Uita ror sa o in an parts or 1110 city. W. H. HILTON. uch a manner us wouiu lead io me oeuei unu nnu or tun Apacucs nun muno a visit. 10 sumu iau,rt r hiir ' "l e lo." si. the 1. 1 mr rep- Xever was able to get bucI. a lian.lsomo suit resentatlvotoMr.Max Mayer, who was calmly f'T 10 tin issold by J. Josko X Boils, Alamo Had Tliey Ileen Scalped. Iliitnnn hnlr lav all around, and was artlstl- ally, curiously and naturally worked up In I want to tell about tlio IIOSS IIAUHAIN8 to bo had at ELE3:r d? OOS- JTUIegant Dresndliighain ut7tj, 10 and 124 cents. tyUiigtry Dress Ijiwiis at n cents per ynnl. yrUinsdule Illeached Domestic, ynnl wide, Ho. FOREST MILL KLEAOIIED DOMESTIC Vnrd Wide. 13 Vurds for $1 W 'Solomon in nil Ills (Jlory" ou call thofe thlngsV Hub an) body been on a culplng expedlllonV" "No," replied Mr. Thn lliiest lino of niece iroods for tho Boring unu summer to uo iounu in mo stiueai I'ANCOAST 6t BON. 4-2MIII w,.nltiliiir oyiiii1II goods which Mr. S. Mayer has bought In the Nortnern ciucs ami is now eoiiMgotiig iu ua Mexican Curiosities wero' so much deiusuded by our customers. Wo At Gilbert', Ko. 4 Houston streot .'..,...! v,.i...a., ,,!,,., i n.ii-..- i r..,.. 1 - Citrd recoivers. cake baskets castoi-s. ico lcn'e,"thUdeliite work Is tin' l'haiitasle, this I'lato at221 Commorce Blroet. Trustees sulo. mi mni ii wnrkinnnsii n is t ie urown wave. zr hr.ni la tho ("iirlv Snrutnifa. tho Cooliette. tho Jilore money, l.aiigtry, and-' '"Nutr," said tho I.iditT i-epre-1 Messrs. O'Connor & Pulllvan Imvo opened Bdiitatle,"whateveryou llkotocall them there I their now bank In tho Merchants' Kxchnngc is no doiiiit tiiauiiey aro very preuy a"u wen inuming, on uoinmerco sin-ei, unu aro no mado und will enhance the beauty of our ul- ready to transact business. This Is tho strong' iciidy pretty gills. San Antonio nag mo. rop- l ct banking llrm in the statu. (.JUiii uliulon ot having the prettiest girls in the State, but when thesu ornamoiits get geii' rnlly Furniture, Curtains and Canopies, worn, wo Bimll expect tint , v s to will uo T, i,1(ii8pensablo In every comfoitablo otning here In search of l ara household, and knowing this foct. Woltson of thouiigellebeautieB that will parade our , ,. varied ussortiiiont of chum- stiects. ber sets, kitchen dining room. hall, library and San Antonio Press Visitors, I'lie Arkansas Press association arrive In San Antonio on Monday, Their programme Is us huge for Judicious selections, while in rendy. tnllnws: I made curtains. Nottiiigliuiu luce und lunibre. Miimlsv. l uv 1 liPavo AUHt n at bi.'Uii. hi. a on ns. tntisnu to canon cs. etc.. no is nrenurru li.li.rniitlniinl nnil (Ileal N'm thorn railHlll . In nor nil who iloalri. nnv stvlo or tlii ko ironila. Dinner ut Sun Antonio ut 12 m. KviiihIii in Sun I Hcmember, too, that wiieu you want to taku Antonio ono cay. visit miMnn?, ue nines tlio llttlo hukb out no can 6eu jou astynsn south or city, unu outer places oi interest i imuy burgy clieap. ri-a-.t throuiihout tho cl y. They will stuy nt tlie Htigucny oi iiiuiMine ue niaei. THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES At SIMON MOKlttS to show tho public the latest stylos of (ir.NTS. YOUTHS' AND CHII.DURN'S Cl.OTHINO. Also tho most oiegani aim compieio lima m Gents' Furnishing Goods That over was shown In this city, both In Btylo nnd price Comoand convince joureelf. 8TK1CTI.V ONI. l'HICK UNl.v. ho irouuio iobiiow ko.m.b. No. 44 Commerce Street, - - - ban Antonio, 1 exas. Do Not be Deceived I ::mVuf1ul,l,re,: ,7Ss BousoJyiii:o3brr llnril hfitt.1. Tursd.iv, May 8 -Leave Sun Antonio ut 9 p. ni. for Laredo and Mexico. They return on .Monday, May 111, and thence visit other cities in Texas. At It Again. The llrltlshers held their usual fortulghtlv -l'leco goods by tho stilt or ynnl lor spring. To Ilnllroad Conductors. rri.o T ,.ii.T linn tnat. reenlvod a Hr6t-ehlBS aualltv or tough check board suitable for Con usors' checks. wlio lived in tlio highest circle of Parisian Hie! An enorgotlo man to talto charge of a half lir niico said that ir you want to iiteaso u tad irlvn her a tiunisol or it fan. both aro necessary and useful." What was true In tho days of Madamo no siaei is eipiuuy iruu in our nay, tercst In n long-cstubllshed bUKlness In this city. For Information Imiulioof It. J. Siiikiit. o-.l-ilt 5i Boiouau siroet, duii jkuiuuiu. and lias nerhans more tuvm. 'I li s Is so patent social le in striive's hall last evening, tno I'icb- to lad'os that it neetn no argument Young Man I I'll" OIllV I ai.1, tl.n. nl.l suit noil .Mill fill .T. Jt)SkO& Idont W, Holland occupying tlio chair, wien I tniestlon is " where can I buy tlio host goods I Ho(18 Alamo street, und have thorn lltvoiiont Mi 8. N. Hunt, Mrs. .1. Lord, Miss Phelps, I lor tho least money?" Thu answer In lit H n nnu of those hindsomo $10 stilts. You cull Messrs. N. Hunt, W.llnlland, F. Phelps, I Mayer & Sons, on Commerce street. And It ..i.,, Bnt a nice straw hat, shirt and ncoktlo to llnmvood. J. liOid. c lxird. It. u. By in Itiir on tnuv tin reinarkeil I nil a very uno OP portil u tv I ....,,... ri-l-ll and Fred Noieross entortafned the uieiiihcrs Is now presented for purchaso by tho arrival ' : : : .. , und lsltois with Bonus und recitations. Dm- of tho latest novelties in )iarasol. The new -For ruplo iiud qunrd rupio sliver p iiieu lug tho meeting It was announci-d that the I satin couehliig parasols iiiounteil nu extra I uro go to tno irusico suie, ni'tt fi'ioluli h Hlinit tl lie itrlil mi iho istli lust., l fruition ntnl won tnndn aro n tereil ul l tu. pun l stroi'L. -.-w-,. but Ihat will be omitted, as tlio spoclal prellin-1 nro nil unheard of bargain. There uiu ulml vine Fresh Country Hutter eeisand presentation of oincers' report will which are olfered at vucli prices us will oouw I Is dalli rcoelvidutfJIIbert'a fruit store. No. For Sale, A lino saddlo horse, with faddlo and bridle, al most new. Ilorso has been worked to Harness. Impure at this much. tr vim tviini in lniv irnod irnld and silver wnt dies, chains nnd Jowclry cliea)i goto tho I'rustecs Bines, mi.i uoniincreuanwi. Now spring clothing and huts Just In. I'ancoast & Son. tv liitifitrs silver mated knives and forks. and triple and (ititirdiiiplo silver and plated WlirOgO 10 irusieosBlllUi-l unumnni riitui. Two genlleineii iiiny obtain Kou'l board In prlvnto lumlly nt i ensoniiblo i ates by culling nt Wool Journal olllee, fi-2-;it If you want lellablo Information about Mexico go to Nlo Tengg, bookscllor, Coinmcrro Ktroct, and liurcliabo the lleiniblio of Mexico In IKH2, with tlio host map of our sister ltenulillc, nil for $2 H) per copy. Ml New Oroeerles. j LOW l'itlCUS AND I PUOMIT DLLIVKUY. j 8uiNnmiQKU li lUiuus, vrt Houston Bf. llieirttorv.