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AVKIINl-IIUY, A I'd VST 13. 1883. . IDS ."IHCr Is ItCS'l Vf d For HEX k kOll DMIPHDI Jlcrchaiit Tailors, Who will iwlvo tliclr first consignment of NEW 0001)3 for Hie fall ami winter trado neat week. 8-110. MEXICAN CURIOSITIES Mexican VMe- Coolers Hpfrl era torn, Watr Cooler. Water Filteri. Ice-cream Freezer, Hithlnir Aparatijin, anJ Flower Volt, Fly Trap. Hlrd Oiitreo. llnmmoct, Cronuot 8et, Lawn Tennis, Lunch lituketn, Patent Hutter Churns, OIlBttne. Furnaces, Wasblnir Machine. ManjrU', Flutlmr Mctilnc, A k tile Ware, Mason'a Fruit Jars, Crockery ami ill am ware, Hon so Furnlshlnir (1 ootid, WonUn ami Willowwarf. Cheap ! Cheap ! Cheap ! Cheap ! At WAGNER'S HAZAAR. IlPlltll llf SI'MCII. l)r Graves received telegram ihii morn ing saying that Sewell, the man who wai shot at Lulirg, died last eight at 8 o'clock. Dr. Graves had been sent (or, but was unable to go owing to press of business. Tlio llunril of llrultti. The City Council committees met yester day. ThcDiard of Health ordinance was under consideration, and was cordially sup ported, although several modifications were suggested as desirable and necessary. llecoritrr's Court. Mat Mayer, funous driving $io; J"hn Williams, drunk and disorderly, $y, J e -mith, drunk. $5; Clfenl, drunk and di nrdnly. $10: Mike Fullcrton, drunk and ili.w", $5; (Jlivara Olivarrz. drunk, $5. TlnTruo, lie Wus hliot, heie w. s a run r in the cny last nipht t t a man had been sh it and the doctors wrr irii'irgfr the tall I'M. was q 'He Ir , b it th- nun as shut 23 years ogo. The r " rkn, ill rtlor , hunted in vain for a live iwn. ITmllscmereit Ititrfzlar. Last night Ollicer Tom R'lc was awakened by hearing a n'.iie about his house. He got up and searched the place, but the only thing he cuuld find was a window cut out ofiis sash. No clue was to be found as to who the thief was. Nothing was missing. Will lie Accept? The vacant judgship caused by the resig nation of Judge Morrill has been offered to the San Antonio lawyer referred to yesterday. Whether he will accept or not remains to be seen. If he does, promotion awaits another local lawyer, who is worthy of honor. All Unlucky Kiiitltiir. Yesterday as Dr. Smith, of the Military headquarters, and Mr. John Twohlg were enjoying a drive, the spirited horse took fright, and but for the efforts of bystanders serious results would have ensued. As it is the occupants of the buggy w ere much shaken and scared. IllfllciiU Operation. This morning Dr. A. Uetff took from a Mexican's bladder a stone weighing two ounces and 2 drachms, and being six inches in circumference une way and five inches the' other. The Mexican's name Is Manuel Gon zales. He Is doing well. The operation lasted 30 minutes. Curious Disease. Yesterday a man named Jameson was operated on by Dr. A. Ilerff for aneurism, the result of a shot wound received in the arm 20 years ago. After the arteries had been ligated, the sock of the elbow joint was opened, immediately relieving the man. At present he is doing well. Triumphal Arclies. The rough structure of the triumphal arch at tne entrance to the Volkslest grounds, Central garden, has been erected from the design of Mr Albert Ileckmann, and promises to be a most elaborate work of its kind, such as has been rarely, if ever, seen in the tate of Texas. The other arches will be erected at an early date. In Their New (Mice. Messrs. Carter & Mullaly have moved into their new office, corner of Crockett street and Alamo plsia. The undertaking departme t has also been moved to the new office Tbv stable and carriage house is btlrg consider ably enlarged and improved, and when com. pleicd, wilt be onr of the finest in the State. Those llullot llorei. S me ol the ullut b e us.d in yesterday's tlrciion were on exhilddon in the County C lerk's 1 ffice, and presented a strange ap pearance I hey cunsis'td of two cigar b xr., one tin cidl iz powder ca-e and ihiee sma I candy xl. ! ilie cunty so poor ihsl It rinn t provide prii r ballot boxes fi r me 1 I the o mmui ity, and give better protection lo the ballot. !' The Volksfcst Choir. Anolhe- teliemal of the Volksfest chnlr was held in Scholz's hall last night, under the direction ol Protestor Kitzenberger. The Spiing chorus as rendered by the chnlr, was very pleating ard effective. The operetta h .s n.iw lo be rehetr-ed; the grand march of 1'anhauser, by gner, Is also to be placed if rehearsal sndcannct fill t b: an attractive mmceau at the fstival. Ktop It. Persons who live near the back of the Men ger hotel complain loudly of the midnight rowdyism of the colored servants of the hotel, who roar, sing and use profane language, dis turbing the whole neighborhood at the time when people wad lo rest. All remonstrance with the frockl cksome darkies has hitherto failed to effect Improvement, and if it is not now stopped other steps will be taken to in sure peace. INilii for Snn Antonln. The San Antonio Polo club lias been formed and includes the following members I Lieutenant Hickey, H. A. llattelle, Lieuten ant John Augur, Lieutenant Lester, John Hickman, R. T. O'Donoghue, II Shiner, W. 12. I'ancoast, A. Stanuel, II. Godwin Mitchell and Captain Grcenout I',. Shearburn. The three last named gentlemen are members of the Texas Polo club, and the local club are to be congratulated upon their enlistment. An lUpcn.lm lllon. Charles Iircnnan and John Gaynor were before the Recorder this morning for fighting. They both boarded at the European boarding house, near the Sunset depot. About 9 o'clock last night Iircnnan came in very drunk, and began abusing Gaynor; he was however got to bed. Hut when Gaynor, the landlady and her daughter were sitting on the gallery, he came out and for no reason knocked Gaynor down. Gaynor was dismissed, Iircnnan was fined $5 or 5 days. Concert at TmU Turk. The following selections will be played at Travis park, this evening at 6 o'clock, by the Eighth cavalry band : 1. March; J. Williams. 2. Grand selection (No. 1) from Donizet ti's popular opera of Lucia dl I.amermoor; Hare. 3. Waltzes, Fleur d' Alsace; E. Steiner. 4. Selection from Audran's opera of Olivette; air by E. lleyer. 5. Crescent Galop; T. II. Rollinson. Not Mini, Only Nrrtoua. The charge of lunacy preferred by J, M. Craig, colored, of St. Iledwlg, against Matilda Hayward, a colored woman of the same place, was investigated yesteiday by Judge Mason and a jury. From the evidence adduced it appeared that the defendant had been sick and was so unpopular at St. Hedvtig that she had been cruelly beaten by 'he people of her race. Iter nervous faculties were disordered, but she was perfectly sane. This was the opinion of the jury, and she was discharged, but she is afraid to return 1 1 St I led wig. Walking; (lirwith an Orirauetto r Moi l, wciil to Mr Ud . Ktiudiut' store, on Comme ce street, to ask for payment of an amount he claimed Mr. Khodius did nit pay him whereon he seized an o'gintt'e and wdked off with it He was sub equently ar r.sted and brought before Ju4lce Adam, on the charge ol stealing the organ. The Ju.tice cplalned that the taw did not allow of that kind til a settlement and required Morris to fin. I a $300 bond for his appearance before the grand jury. Ashe could not furnish the said b nd he is now in jail "leeding on medi tation." A l'urcnell Itcuiilon. Mr. Schuchard, late clerk in Kalteyer's drug store, which position he his held for nearly five years, and where he learned his trade, becoming the expert he now is in the drug line, gave, last night, a farewell party to his many friends at the Mission garden, and though alt enjoyed themselves to the full ex tent, the thought of the coming pining cast its shadow before and plainly was It seen on the faces of those there. Mr. Kalteyer presented his young clerk with a gold watch and chain as an appreciation of his many good services. Mr.Schuchard left this morning for his home at New Braunfels, from whence he goes to Philadelphia. Another Sunstroke. At jie Sunset depot yesterday another case of sunstroke occurred. A German (name unknown) while outside of Mr. Sommers' garden, succumbed to the lient of the sun. Mr. Sommers had him carried into his gar den and Dr. Ilraunnagel was quickly sent for. On his arrival the doctor had him sent to the Santa Rosa hospital, attending him there him self. Mr. Stout, late an officer of this city, accompanied the sick man up to the hospital, placing ice under his head and paying him every kind attcniion. His temperature was 108 degrees. He had been in the city only two months. l'rlemlly Indians. Officer Brown yesterday received a letter from his brother-in-law, Colonel P. A. Valdez, ol the Mexican army. The Colonel was to have been in San Antonio by this date, accom panied by his wife, Mrs. Valdez, but on the moment of his departure a Lipan Indian came in to say his tribe wished to make a treaty and wanted him to go up to where the tribe Is, opposite Fort Stockton, which he accordingly did. We shall soon hear, therefore, of a treaty ratified between the Mexican nation and the Llpans. Colonel Valdez is now opposite Fort Stockton with his command, but will shortly be in San Antonio. Ilullillne l'ermlts. Phil O'Conncr, lumber dwelling, 30150, n- rth side Grand avenue, $1600. Albert Zenk, lumber addition to dwelling, 14115, east side San Pedro avenue, $150. G urge R. Stumberg, Iron-clad office, 18128, east side South Flores street, $200. J.J Payne, lumber tin-roofed shed and wood yard, 1624 s uth side Fourth street, $ 00 A. Simon, lumber dwe'ling, 16114, north side North s'reel, $75. G. II hntl, Jr., r .ck uven, 14x16, west side market slreet, $500. C. L, OJin, suit rock dwelling, 24x31, east side Holes street, $2000. PERSONAL. Item, Glr-nnril In tho Hotel Corridors and l roiu Various Other Kourees. John McDamtls, ranchero of Uvaldt, is at the Central. Lady I.-lla Cahrr, of New Philadelphia, is soj .urnlng at the Central Captain S N. Pickens, froir Palestine, Is stoppTg at the Mrnger. L'. Frost, prnipcator and capitalist of Boston, is staying at the Central. Leon Foutrel formerly of this city, now of Laredo, lost one nf his children yesterday. P. Vanderbllt, ( New York, a nephew of the millionaire, Is on a visit here and a guest at the Central. Mr. S. C Noble, of Houston, and Miss S. M. Noble, of Ypsilantl, Mich., are guests at the Merger. Mr. John Kuckman, a well known cattle mn of Helena, Tex,, passed through the city en route North. Captain C. W. Short, a prominent citizen of Indianola, and Mayor of that town for many years, Is visiting San Antonio with a view to I icatlng here should he find a suitable opening for business. A. T. Oakley, C. M. Coleman, Kerrville; A. Todd, M. C. Molesworth, I. N. N. Sl.il lito, Boernc; D. W, Mann, Medina river; I). W. Rogers and wife, Lytle, Texas; II, G. Perry, Big Spring; W. Perkins, Texas, are at the St. Leonard. LIGHT FLASHES, At hat Ilie Itpnrtrra I.cnrn nu Their Tour ThriiiiBli tho City. To-day Is Assumption day. Let us have more street sprinkling, Open up tht water plugs and cool eff the town. The District court convenes on Monday, September 3. Turn loose the hydrants and wash off some of the dust. Sarah Widtcs, aged nine days, died yes terday of premature birt'l The husband of the leader of the Vienna Ladies died night before last in Dallas. Last night a shot was fired on Garden street, but the shooter was undiscovered. A cancer was removed from a German lady yesterday by Drs. Hadra and Christian. A great number of cattle men are in tow n, and the complaints of the enlcngthened drouth are many. II. L. Chapman and Ella Crosby, Adam Fischer and Adcle Jonas have licenses to marry. George Truesdale and Mary Hauck were married at the residence of Justice Adam at 7 o'clock. Officer Rodgers reports a dangerous hole in the bridge ovet the Alazan, on West Com merce s'reet. Mattie Gaylord Smith, the adventuress. Is in Limpasas. It Is to be hoped that she will pay her printers. Rev J. F. Nlllichwill preach in Ge-man everir Sunday morning at 8 o'dcock at the First Prebyterian church. Dck J hnsm and Plec Smith, two men heavily fined in Precinct No. 4, have been hired nut to Mr. A. Casanovas. The city pays a big price fir Ihe me of the hjdrants, why not turn Inoie some of the water on the s'ree s dating the hot, dry weather? Officer Bishop has found a silver filigree caning, which is nt the LIGHT office for Iden tification. The owner can have It by paying the cost of this advertisement. -The Express has just found out that there is a movement on foot to promote the election of Bryan Callaghan as Mayor of San Antonio. The Light published the information several days previously. Two sons of Erin and Iwo lawyers had a double-handed game of ''Sullivan and Slide," in which the Irishmen had the best of the fun. The lawyers think that the use of the tongue Is easier than that of the fist. The citizens living In the Fourth ward, out on Presa and Camargo streets, will ten der a vote of thanks to the Street Car com pany If they will place one of the covered shed benches on the corner of Presa and South Alamo streets. A prominent doctor of this city on being told that a man's temperature, who had been sunstruck, was 109 degrees, asked "if lie had been attended by a medical man," and on being told yes, replied, "he was a lucky man to get away with 109 degrees and his doctor as well. Old man Chrysler was again up for drunkenness. He implored the Recorder to let him go, as he meant to start there and then for the country, that he had paid $25 within the last week; into the city coffers. He was let go on the promise of leaving town, but when last seen was making merry on the sidewalk. Military Orders. The board of officers constituted by para graph II, orders No. 78, current series, from these headquarters, will assess the price at which the public horse (referred to In their previous proceedings) should be sold. At the request of the Quartermaster Gen eral United States army, a Board of Survey will meet at Fort Davis, Texas, at II o'clock a, m., on the 20th instant, "to ascertain the value of the following named articles for which First Lieutenant J. S. Jouett, Tenth cavalry, failed to account on his return of quarter master's stores for second quarter, 1882 : Three hundred pounds horse shoes, 100 pounds mule shoes, 50 pounds hurse shoe nails, four horses, four head halters, four files, assorted." Detail for the Hoard : Captain K, G. Smither, Tenth cavalry; First Lieutenant M. M. Maxon, Regimental Quartermaster, Tenth cavalry; First Lieutenant W. C. Mc r'arlanil, Sixteenth inlantry. fllte It to U, In rial 11 Kiigllsh. It is a well known fact that many deeds are written and recorded in the Spanish and other languages, and that this a source of great In convenience in tiacing and proving titles. It has been sugge.ted that the rec ird of all such deeds should hive a translation appended to them at the time they are recorded, and the suggestion Is worth serious consideration on the part of the county officials. MORE PRECINCTS HEARD FROM. What the Voters lllil lu the OutljInB Dis tricts nf Ilcxar County. The County Clerk has received the follow ing returns of yesterday's election from out l)ing districts I Precinct No. 13 35 Votes cast; 34 for and I against the amendments. Precinct No, 12.-17 votes cast; 10 for and 7 against amendments. Precinct No. 15. 14 votes cast; all solid against the amendments. Precinct No. 21 No vote, because there was no person to discharge the duty of cleik. Precinct No. 22. The President, Mr. Hurd, ttports that only he, a Mexican lore man, and a dog were present. As he could not well make two judges and two clerks out of this material, no vote was taken. When the minister is pretty severe upon hu man shortcomings in the pulpit, every man leans back in his pew, smiles, and says to himself: "Now he s giving it to 'ein." Satis fying thought, Isn't it, that the minister al ways has reference to somebody else? Chi cago Inter-Ocean. New Itarizaliia In City l'ropcrty. I'ock houso of I'tirtit rooms and kitchen out slilo. with two lariro corner loll. 1111 Aceoula stnet, for :tiV). Now cottaire, four roomn, ccll'd linldo and In good order, larjre lot and stable, 011 jA'ona street, foronlr $I3. New cottairo on Dliriiowlty hill, with city water, for IUU), wijrtb mm. , New cottntre on Avenues 0 anil II for sale nt less than cost of bllildlnir. New cottairo, four rooms, nlcelr tlnlshcd, Just back of Hunsot depot, and chicken house, J ISO). iiew loscn-ronined cniutire anil lot on fail blocks from .Mpnircr hotel. Ilamlnome residence, elirlit ronm, on Dlirno wlty hill, nnd four lariro lots, $MU. Uock bouse, with two lots, cljrtit rooms, well finished, on Han Pedro avenue. nniiso nnu two lots 011 South Flore, street Ono hundred lots near 811 mot depot, on Hack berry, Hlierman mid Ollvo streets, $350 each, only part cash. Twelve lots on Ban 1'cdro nvcnuo, cheap. Houses and property In nil part, of tho city. Apply to W. U. llll.TO.V.aw West Houston street. Choice lake Ico for sale nt UUK.VTIIEII ZAlilcn , J Houston Btrcct. Hoy AVauted. I want a boy 10 or 13 years of aire. Unlit work, fair wanes, and a good homo to tho rlirht boy. Address, A. V. I.vi.ts, a-LMt 1'valde, Texas. fjist Opportunity. Professor Orstnl, will irlvo hi, last -rform-ance to nlzht at Bonimcr, Sc I'chlinacr'a pavilion. Admission:! cents. It round Notice. Taken up nnd In city pound, on corner of East and West Houston streets, on tho Kill day of Alurust, 1S&), 0110 black pony bramlcd J Z ai.il N li connected, one bay norso braudod 1' L with a bar over It and B, and one red spotted Durham cow with no brand and 110 mark, which will, if not redeemed beforu sale, tie Mild at publlo auction to tlio hluhcst Ulddcr for cash at said pound, at the hour o' llo'tluck a. in., on the 18th day or Auirust, l.uo. N. 11. Did, less than tlio amount fixed by nnllnaneo will not bo rcccii'ed rnr any animal put uput auction. Phil. Shaiidkin, Manual. Servants Wanted. Wanted two wi. men. 0110 to coov, the other to 1I11 tinuseoork, lor u small fumlly. .Mo in to Captain Clous, Government hill 8-ll-'t Ice, Ice -Northern Luke Ice. For tho benefit of Ine publlo wuarurueelvlnx cent tier poll d and less than IW pounds at lid cents per pound Nut leu. Ilia 1 ct-tit4 worth Another lot of cholcu neckwear, tho newest design and shape, Jut rcccltcd 15tf lMiit'OAST 1c Son. -Worthy of Attention. For tbo best of custom inado boot, nnd shoos tro to tho new store nf Martin, next door to Ncttu', druir store, 17 Commcreo street. Wo bniesoiuo special bawiln, to ofler In clothliu. New kooiIs Just In: n-lMf I'Ast'OAsi 1- Son. Professor Orstnl will ttlvo his last per formance tn-nttrtitutS oniuers & Uetillnircr', puvllloii. lln will to.uljrtit explain and snow how many of hi, tricks aro dune. Admission l or Sale. A tine liorso. Jump scat carrlatro and harness, sold rnr no fault. Address Abbott, this oilier. This IMper Only 10 cent, a week, and delivered by can lor In any part of tho city. Nona, Hook,, Stationery and Varieties, Full supply of olllco stationery, printers' supplies, ,u U. W. IIAI.IIW1N & Co. a-tf 257 Commerce street. Wall l'aper. Messrs. Vail & DoVcre, No. .113 Hast Houston strt-ct. tcleptiono No. ,0, aro oirorinir tlielrcu tlro stock of wall paper und decorations nt cost. In order to make room for nextBcason', Roods. Thoso who aro wlso will not let this chance pas, to decorato their houses at a small outlay. These good, aro uuarantccd In Kood condition. -".lin Tho I.iaiiT Ansuai. and (Iuiue, to bo Issued November 1. Advertising space limited. fi.tC Connor & Hawks. I.tKhtnluir rod, nt 25 cent, a foot. 8-7-lm Shirt, In wblto and colored, all kinds of underwear ,ultablo for the climate, at I'ancoast .V Son's. 'ltlcliaril 1, Himself A tain." And i Is Martin In his now store, next door to Nctlo's drutf storo, J7 Commcreo street. For Sale for Less than Cost. A fluo Uiuor saloon. Inqulra of New Goods, New JL'rlces At Martin', shoo storo, 237 Commcreo street. Cull and sco him. ' 7-28-lin Don't fail to ,eo our stock of ptcco sroo'ds if you want a suit made to order. H-15tf I'ancoast Si Son. The St. I.eouiird HoUl. Tho proprietor of tho St. Ix.'onard hotel, Main plaza, present, hi, compliment, to th citizen. irentlemen will find this a nulet and pfeasaut placoto brlnir their lady trlends lor a lun cheon or dinner, cooked to order, nt short no tice. '1 his rates of fare have been placed at a mod erate niruro. an 1 the business of tho house will ue conduct 11 at popular price 1 Very respectfully, J. JOSKE & SONS CLOTHING! Is complete, nnd will bo kept so th' Mtali Iho season. Youths' nnd bora' clothing;, shirts and shirt waists, In great variety. Wo aro enlarging constantly our shoo depart ment, nnd hnvo et present tho best assortment of SHOES and fW"For ladle,, tnlwa, children nnd gentlemen', wear, nnd Just received nfutlllneof FINK OI'HltA SUl'l'i:it3. L. R O IT V A KT T ? SJo Co.nmerco street, Han Antonio, near Main plaza, make, a specialty of tho very finest "Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. Itopeatcra, striking hour, au1 iiinrters; repeaters, strlklnir hours, ijttartors, minutes: celebrated Adolnh Schncldornnd Howard watchoi; chronographs, marking tilth Bsoond; calendar watches, showing tho month, day of tin- month, day of thb week, and chnngo of iho moon. Wan he, for engineers, train hands, yard men, stockmen, rnnchmon. In gold, silver and nlcklo of every des cription. Tho watch repairing department being under mr lienmnal supervision, nnd as I have worked In tho liost establishments In London, Pari, ami Uenevn, 1 tun repair any complicated watch thoroughly, 7-7-3 m ,,: ,. 1 ic. ' I,..,.,..,,.,..,..,.,. .,., , Durability Economy lllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItll; ! I 7!&. Safely! CIIIII1llltllllllI11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIItll1llll1IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIs3 Patent Pole Tip J. 3VL isivEEiFtsonsr, Watchmaker, Jeweler, Loan Office, No. Ill, Solctlntl Streot, Sun Antonio, Texas. I havo In stock and for ealo at bargains tho finest of watches, diamonds and Jcwolry. 11. W. luiyiiinnd t.k. gold wntche,, silver ami nlcklo watche. In all grades and dualities, enllendur watches In ,tcm winder,, lino solid gold Jewelry, chains and rlngi, diamonds from $10 to ti'iO each, shot guns, rlllcs, pistols and sporting goods, clothing, violins, uocordeons, guitar, and a eompleto stock of small musical mcrehsndto. Tho watch repairing department being under tho personal supervision of Ktigeno (lencvny, who ha, executed tlio most llllcult nnd com plicated watch work hi the largest establishments of Paris and (lenova, I take pleasuro In commending him to thoso who wiih to placi their repair. In safe and reliable hands, 1 guar anteo all watch work executed. I Imi 0 on hand a splendid assortment of forfeited plcdsca at greatly reduced prices. Very respectfully, J. M. IIMUKSON. , el "w. icoEisrias berg, Merchant Tailor, NO. 30, SOLEIUD STKKKT, . S3-DYEING AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY. -d Keeps a well MieJ Mock of Jean and Caiimere Spring Ilottom Panti on hand, Guarantees inaction in style, fit and pricei, Repairing done In GRAND CLEARING- SALE, Laillos', Missus', Children's Shoes and Slliici-s, Dreys Goods, Lnwns, Dobefjcs, Xnn's Vclllnjr, Tarasols, Fans, Gloves, Jilts, Damasks, Towels, Napkins, GInxliains. Our Entire Stock Gents', Youths', Furnishing goods, hats, shoes, etc. Examine the quality and compare our prices. We are compelled to re duce our stock in order to make room for winter goods, and offer the above at a sacrifice. Call and be convinced. o-.B. inp?..asrK:, J, H, MARQUART, PROPRIETOR OF THE CRESCENT CITY BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY No. 17 Soledad St., Opposite Comt House, Mslccs HOOTS AND SHOES TO ORDER, on Ihe shortest notice anil best style. Keeps a M of to Own Alio hu th o-ly complete Uoot and Sh Man 'factory In San Antonio. Keep! the largeit, best and most ho hai th o-ly complete Boot and She Man 'fad iried uock of Ia utwri, employs more wor men, I un any other ettablUhment of tht kind in the cit; vanea stocn ol ia unn, employ more wor men, tun thin any other ettablUhment or tht kind in the city. Only First Class lOrkmrn KmMojcd SLIPPERS JffhL Draft! iiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiMnfiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Neck Yoke Clamp SAN AXTOXIO, TEXAS. cood i le. ui him a call. 7aS-6m at Actual Cost Boys' Clothing. ALAMO PLAZA. Manufacture of 'oods on hi, better satisfaction and entire Satisfaction Guaranteed.