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The San Antonio Light.
MONDAT, OCTOHEIl t 183. Grand Display ! 0 F Fall and Winter Clothing, For men, youths, boys mid chll Jrcti. Gents' Furnish iiij; Goods. Hats, caps, trunk!, valises etc.. Wo Invito a critical Inspection of our stock and prices, guaranteeing mil value In every Instatco. Our merchant tailoring department, under tbo management of Frofcwor llohland, undoubt edly Is one of the beat In th State, lho most elect styles In domcatla and foreign plcco roods always on hand. A perfect lit guaran teed or uo sale. COIIEN & KOENIGHEUI, 000 and 311, MAIN l'LAA, WAGNER'S BAZAAR. TOlrTS ! TOTS ! TOYS ! WAGNER'S BAZAAR. Watches Set and Hegulated llr transit observations freo of charg by Stern, the Jew cler, su Cotnuierco tit. V- IMin The Hays Hat a Come. " The Tom and Jerry days have eomc, The gladdest of tho year, When man must tako to rum, Instead of lager beer." All drinks In season and prices within reason at flAM,4ant:u'ft. nppostio International and (Ireat Northern depot. U-27-Im as i (llr! AVant.it The Second l'rlie, Consisting of a fine bronze clock and orna ments, for the second best decorated wagon in the Yolkileit procession, is on exhibition at the jewelry store of A. Sartor. A Hush for Seats. Over two-thirds of the seats at the Casino for the Ueecher lecture have been already se cured. There will be no raited chairs, ted par Jes wishing to secure a seat at all will do well to call on Sim. Hart early Tli. Jewish New Year. To-night at sunset will commence the Jewish new year, and the 1st day of Tthti, A. M. 5644 will be ushered in. The festival will be duly celebrated by our Jewish citizens and will continue until Sunset on Tuesday evening. Deaths. On the 29th instant, in Ward 2, Lulu Tim lin, aged 35, consumption; infant Richardson, three days, lockjsw, incidental cd premature birth. On the 30th instant, D. J. Oshorn, aged 20, from exhaustion, consequent on dysentery. I.iirle May Vliuer. Tils charming little soubrctte attracted tho la ' Sunday night homo uvcr heforo known In San Antonio, lho audience ftdoptcd tho little lady lieforo the tint act was tmir nvir, and she sent theni away charmed and delighted. Cone to I'etclt 'Km. Mr. Gorge Pearson, Chiirmia of the Ex cursion committee ol the Volksfest, left on Saturday to bring up the excursion train on (he Sunset route to the Volksfest. It Is ex pected that the excursion will be one of tl e largest ever brought to the city. An Inciting Itace. Officer Dolan had an exciting chase after a man he wanted to address, and both ran across the plaza it full speeed, the prisoner leading. Cries were raised : "Shoot him, shoot him," and this only gave the man in creased speed. He turned down Market street and then ail trace of him was lost. A Cornlnc Hall. The Young Men's Benevolent association, which hat hitherto flourished with great suc cess, and whose balls have always been well attended, give another of their charming balls on the 20th of this month. Committee of arraegements : William Hoefling, Jr., H. HeUigmasn and R. R. Martinez. The asso ciation has 50 members, and we predict great success, as heretofore. A Hrutul Colored Man. A- Thompson, a brutal colored man, struck his wife and tore her dress off with a hatchet, and listened with an unconcerned look to the evidence given this morning by his wife against him. She owned, on being pressed, to her husband having often threatened to take her life, and otherwise tormenting her. He was fined $10 and placed under a $100 bond for six months. The fiendish Thompson turned a little green. Has Halt, The Alamos played the Originals yesttiday at the former's ground, the Alamos winning by 24 to 10. On Saturday afternoon the Mascottes play ed the Alerts, when the latter were left victors by 7 'o 4. and yesterday afternoon they were again defeated by the Alerts, to called, but who were undoubtedly a picked nine, by 12 to 2. A One Arined Fighter. Horace Williams, a one armed negro, had quite a little row with one Freeman. Horace went to Stumberg't camp yard, and, seeing Freeman, thought he was the boss, and ad dressed him as tuch. Freeman made tome remark and it ended in Horace, though one armed, In challenging Freeman to come out side. The gentleman did not accept. A fine of $5 was imposed by the Recorder, this morning, on Freeman. LIGHT FLASHES. What the Iteporters Learn on Their Ton Through the City. The week we celebrate. The Springs yesterday were crowded. A ladies bate ball club hat been talked of. The Sunset train was tlx hours late this morning. August Laux was fined $5 this morning for being diunk. Miss Lull Tunlin died on Saturday at her residence in Grand avenue. MIchael.Murphy was fined $iothli morn ing for pointing his rifle at a colored nun. The case of Hildebrand, who took hold of a Mexican and choked him in a store, was dismissed. The two-year-old.ton of Postmaster Sel lers, of Comfort, has been accidentally drown ed in a well. Divine tervicei at the Temple Beth El thlt evening at 6 o'clock, and on to-motrow morning at 9 a. m. The Tyrolete Concert company will in a day or two reopen an engagement at.Sommert & Uehticger'i pavilion. An affidavit has been filed against Mrs. Alia Whitehead for lunacy. The alleged cause is morphine. Mr. Heeding was awirded $JO damages in Justice Adams' court this morning against Mr. McCatly, who killed his pigs. A good show is generally wtll patronized in San Antonio, as was teen by the large at tendance at Turner hall last night. A. A. Wollf, of the firm of Wolff & Matx, has returned from New York, where he hat been tome time purchtsing goods. Lost. Medium-sized Mabie, Tood & Co. gold pco, gulta purcha holder. Reward for return to C. C. J., Light office. Mr. K. Decker told a handsome silver plated Tom and Jerry set to Billy and Joe on Saturday for Mestis. Gregory & Co. Charles Roland said he could not help running over old man McUcrmot, to the Mogal fined him $25 for hit carelessnets. The Missouri Pacific bate ball club tent word to the Athletic club that they will play two garnet in this city October 16 and 17. Detective Price was fined $25 In the Re corder's court this morning for carrying a pistol and $25 for using it in a threatening manner. A cylinder was blown out of an engine yesterday on the Sunset railroad, which caused an unfounded rumor that some men were killed, Read the local advertisement of Jack son's Detective Agency and night watch to be found in another column. This it a very im portant enterprise, and deserves patronage at the hands of the people ol San Antonio. See notice of partnership of the firm of Murphy 1c Shelton, architects, to be found in another column. Mr. James Murphy it an old citizen, well and favorably known, and the evidencet of hit talent are to be found in many of our finest public and private build ings. Mr. Shelton is a yount; man, recently from Chicago, and comes highly recommended as a gentlaman of more than ordinary ability, and the Light bespeaks for the new firm a fair thare of the butiness of the city. GEORGESDESPAIR. He Tries to Commit Suicide, Celt Hatter and Marries lilt I-ove. George Lewis, a colored man, wat deeply in love and the courte of true love did not run tmooth. He despaired of gaining the object of his affection, and preferred death to life without the presence of his inamoriti, so he took a large dose of whisky and opium. For a long time he was unconscious, and when he came to himself he told the story of hit love, and why he winlei to quit the worU. Laura Allen, hit colored Venus, heard the story and blushingly admitted that she loved him, and promised to take hit matrimonial fettert if he recovered. George wanted it done at once, preferring to leave a widow instead of a sweet heart behind him, if he should die, to on Saturday a license was obtained and the couple were married. George is better now. AN ANGRYWATCHMAN. He Needs Hlood, mid Going to Twn Armed, la Arrested and Locked Up. C. Stappenbach, a watchman at the Sunset depot, on Friday evening had a general alt-round row with the firemen' and brake mro, The first thing to excite Mr. Stappen bach's temper was a door being leltopen, and secondly he thought tome of the firemen said he wat drunk. To vindicate hit honor, Stsppcnback brought out a Winchester nud ttid he would kill all of them. This inten tion he, however, did not carry out, Lut pro ceeded to town, waving a ttx-shooter over his head. He wat met on the way by Offi cer Rife, who kindly and quietly showed him the interior of the bat cave. This morning he paid $30 in all at a recompense for hit pre vious dav't behavior. ANOTHER LUNATIC. Charley Mockart, the Tatter of a New leverage, Arretted and Jailed. A young man named Chirley Mockert, ton of the garden produce teller, wat arretted sn Saturday for lunacy. When arrested he de clared it wat a shame to treat a man to who had $10,000 and who wat engaged to be mar ried to a Vaudeville beauty, but he had to go to Jin an the tame. He hit been very eccen tric for a long time, but during the patt week hit lunacy hat strangely developed. He wat a regular cattomer to John Wolfram for water, and on Thurtday he went and asked for water. John wat buty, 10 Mockert took a glatt and going to the pan in which the glasses are washed, he drank liberally of its contents and evidently satisfied with the new beverace he retired. A Serenade. Last night an old citizen of thit city, Ed. Kotula by name, having arrived at hit 38th birthday, wat terenaded at hit retdence on Avenue C by the Tolish band. The quiet night re-echoed to the strains of many an old ballad, and to chtrmed wat the recipient of thete honort that the members of the band were lavishly tupplied with relrethmentt of all kindt. The neighbort were also delighted with the music and no doubt wish every other day wat a birthday. AUGUST SIEMERING. Iteaolttllons of ltespect anil Condolence Tasted by the District Court Committee. The Distiict Coutt committee appointed to frame resolutions of respect to the memory of Judge Slemering on behalf of the San An tonio bar have at last reported at follows: Your committee appointed to draft resolu tions expressive of our regrets at the death of Judge A. Sicmeiing, beg leave to report the following. Whereat, On the 181I1 day of September, 1883, death removed from our midst A. Sicmeiing, formerly a member of the bar and Judge of the County court of Bexat county; be it Retolved, That hit removal from the living It a tource of deep torrow and regret to hit family, hit Mends, the members of the bar and the public l general. A kind father and husband, a journalist and literary wiiter of exceptional national dittinction; a mtn is variably true to hit convictions, he was ever lound laboring honestly and fearlessly for the general development, progress and welfare of our State and nation in accordance with his convictions. Resolved, That we tender to his family our profound sympathy. Resolved, That we request these resolu tions to be spread upon the minutes of the coutt; that a copy tntrenf be furnished the family ol the deceased, and that the news papers lis lequettedto publuh the same. Jacob Waf.ldkr, L. C.Gkoihavs, A. Dlf MAR. The icnmltte appointed by the County Judge ir.xiiled in the following terms i Hon. J II. Mnxiii, County Judge llcxar counts . Your committee appointed to draft resolu tions on the death of Hon. A. Sicmeiing, Chief Justice llexar county, have the honor to report that, Whereas, on the 19th of September, 1S83, the Hon. A. Sicmeiing was by death removed from among us, therelore be It Resolved," That the members of the said County court feel that in the death of the late Judge A. Seimering this cifmmunity has sus tained a great loss; that his removal from among us is a great source of torrow and re gret to hit family, the bar and the public in general; that the deceated, during life, acted honestly and faithfully for what he thought to be the best Interest ol progress and the gen eral n elfare of the people. Resolved, That we tender to his family our heartfelt sympathy in this their day of soirow. Resolved, That we request these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the court; that a copy be furnished to the family of the de ceased, and that the newspapers in the city be requested to publish the same. C. L. WUKZBACIt, John R. Shook, C. W. OfiDEN. ON A SPREE. Cow lloj Following the War l'ath-Tlioy ltobb Mexicans and Create a General Disturbance, Talk about red Indians, talk about cow boys. Yettcrdty when a whole gang whoop ing, screaming, galavantiog and everything else thought to terrorize and bully everything and everybody, two of the foremost, Seiy and Wallingcr, pursued two poor, simple Mexi cans, and took their applet from them. They were on the war path, and knew it, but to did Brown and McSorley, two brave police offi cert, who soon taught them law wat not to be ridden over rough shod, especially on Sun day, and when the big form of Officer Chad well loomed up in the distance together with thatof Tom Stughet,thecow,boytgavein, and were arrested and placed under bond. This morning the Mexicans testified at to the steal ing of the apples, and also to the pulling of a Winchester title by Wallinger. Brown de scribed their arrest at a taloon, where he found a man with a knife challenging them to fight. Brown got the .Winchester, when Wallinger taid it wat a good thing he had got it, or he (Wallinger) would have made it hot for the police. He alto asked Brown to let him un load it. "That't too thin," replied the othcer, the cartriget are all tight where they are. Both partiet were fined $25, though $100 fine would not have been more than they de- terved. Play Your Own Men. The Alcrti, a new club, played their first match game on Saturday agatnst the Mas cottes, when the former had all their own men playing, and the latter had Anderson, of the Blues, on their tide. On Sunday these rival clubt again contested for victoiy, when Cutter, of the Athletict played for the Alertt, and Davis, of the Bluet, played in the last three innings. The Mascottes had Muench, of the Blues playing for them. Volksfest. The Executive committee and the torch light procession meet at the Central Gardens to-night at S o'clock, the former on the stage, the latter on the dancing platform. The ap pointed deputy marshals of the procession are requested to meet Grand Marshal Kar bcr at the Grand Central gardens to-morrow night at 8 o'clock to arrange position. The rehearsals of the orchestra and chorus, under Professor Katzenberger, on Saturday, are pro nounced very satisfactory and augur suc cess. A Charge Investigated. The Police committee on Saturday in quired Into the charges preferred against Officer Bishop by Assistant Marshal Karber. Alter hearing evidence on both tidss, the committee decided that they recommend that Officer Bishop be reprimanded and fined. The charge against Officer Bishop was that he was asleep on duty, and this was explained by the fact that he was tick at the time. Bishop hat proved a courteous, exemplary officer and it appears quite clear that the offense was a misfortune stot a fault. lilt with a l'lttol. To be ttruck over the head with a six shooter is an unpleasant kind of feeling, but T, Anderson would make no affidavit against A, Cueller, who greeted him with the above action. The police, however, got hold of both parties, and Anderson said he was by Thompson's bookstore, when Cueller came out and ttruck him with a pistol, they having had tome wordt before. He threw hit as saulter down and took the pistol away. The affray wat then stopped. Cueller taid noth ing, but did something that is to tay, he handed $25 to Captain Shardin. Kerr county hat paid Bexar county's little bill. Kimble county hat Issued warrants for the tame purpose. clotb. flannels. Mack and colored cashmeres, and all the new dress goods. Ladies' Cloak Department now open A lanro lino of full and winter wraps. Nuwmarkctii, walktnir Jackets, rlonkf, dolman, utotcrs and Jerseys ''Jerseys," "Jer joys," for .Adieu', misses and children, at all tbo popular prices. Excellent bargains. Wo claim to baro tlio Urccst assortment or black and mourning dress goods over broupht to this city, In all tho new shades and kinds or ottoman, cheviot. Armurs, foule, etc. Carpets, Carpets, Carpets. Wo have now on cihlhlllon a litrjro lluoof tapes I ry, velvet and Ixxly llrtistels carpets. AfS4i full line of woolen 4-4 cut pels, iinittlnir, oil cloths, etc. I Iosiery, 1 Iosicry, Hosiery Wi! have now ii fiillawortiiicnt of ladle' flno silk hosu In all tho newest shades. I.iah' thread hnje. In all colore, fur intact ami chlldirn. or thefo r"0'M wo nlwaya carrhil t r-- tt as sortment, iiii1 shall iftntlnue to add new things. Dressmaking Department which will bo open In a few days, of whlt.1i special announcement will bo maOo, Haas & Oppenlieimer. PERSONAL. Items Uleaaed In the Hotel Corridors and From Various Other Sources. Mr. F. Hall, of Laredo, is In town. Mr. If. F, Lammers, of Dallas, Is at th: Maverick. Mr. D. C. Richardson, of New Yotk, Is at the Menger. Mr. J. S. Lytic, the cattle man, is registered at the Menger. W. II. Carlton, from Columbus, is a guest at the Maverick. Mr. J. C. Evans, just arrived from Bocrnc, is resting at the Menger. Mr. B. T. Ifazen and Mr. F. J. Blaln, Irom Cincinnati, are quattered at the Maverick. , Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones, from Monterey, are guettt at the Central. Mr. T. B. Galbrcath, of Cattroville, It reg istered at the Central Mr. Henry C. Fisher, Representative ftom Harris county, It in the city. W. F. Rogers, a Northern tourist, on h't return from Sallillo, Mexico, it at the Central. Otto Wahrmund, a merchant of Fredericks. burg, is in the city, and tayt he will go to hear Beecher. Mr. R. B. Shlpp, Mrs. II. Young and Mist Nannie Hooks, from Hondo City, are at the Central. E. B. Rutlcdgc, one of Western Texas, imminent stockmen, is sojourning at the Central. Mr. J. D. Timberlake and Mr. S. D, Mon tague, of Wilson county, Texas, are staying at the Central. Mr. D. Ferguson, accompanied by his daughter, anived from Washington this morn ing and are staying at the Maverick. liillie Houlahan, the celebrated base balllsr, scenic artist, painter and a generally live rust ler, is in the city "skirmishing" for business in his line. Mr. II. Freeman, the popular agent of Igle hart & Co., of Austin, Is .gain in town buying cotton for that firm. Iglehart & Co. have connection! with Liverpool and Havre through Philadelphia. Mr. Freeman is M Mrt. Sap piagton's. Arthur Schmidt, the traveling tourist for Taul Wagner, has returned from a trip and reports business good. He says he took in New Braunfcls, and from what lie could learn though the town would move over to San Antonio during the Volksfest. F. Russell, R. B. Fletcher, Laredo; R. B. Lengeman, Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. E. Stalk, Palestine; O. Ellis, wife and nephew, Tilden; R. R. Kith, Harwood; W. O. Nicholson, W. Clutter, Bexar county; Thomas Lonegreen, PiedrasNegras; A. Chiles, A. R.Allen, J. W. Montgomery, Lockhart; C. W. Adams, II. II. Boss, Mexico; P. K. Buquor, II. Ponton, Wilton county; William B. Rulledge, R. W. Potser, city; R. Schneider, Yorktowo; James Erskine, E. W. Adams, Pearsall; M. Stucker, Cattroville: C. Adolpss, A. McFadden, Helena; M, Storey, Little Rock, are guests at the St. Leonard hotel. Two Itunaway. Mr. Paul Feilleand Mr, Frank Vnrgawere out riding yesterday, when both horses be came frightened and ran ofT. Mr. Varga was thrown and badly . hurt. Mr. Feille was kicked or struck on the thin, for on descend ing from hit teat he'wat unable to stand. One party whom he asked to get a hack refused to do so "good Samaritan," and Mr. Feille tat by the roadtlde until tome frlendt saw him and brought him home in a hack. He It now laid up. Th flretlt Ullner At Turner Opera hall to-night. Several Good Fatnters can procure tttady employment at good nay by applying to Vail & Devlere, 313 East Houston street. IJttleMuy Ulinvr. The chlo of Thoo, the vivacity of Txittn , and adon'tcareasnapofyourtlngerttylo that la perfectly trrcalstahlc. J. JOSKE&'SONS Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats Gents' Furnishing Goods. Trunks and allies. As our grand additional bulldltur It now completed wo will receive tho lamest etock of dry goods, etc., ever brought to tlits city. Wo hare Just now received a full lino of flno Stetson hats, at I new stylet to suit everybody. Our assortment of ladles' and gents' flno hand and maclilno towed shoes Is tho largest and complctost In town. A largo variety of boys'and children's clothing also elnglo boys' nnd children's pants, arrived lately, INDIES' KNTnJSJOK. t to our stores from Have You Heard the News? AImhiI Fepicmbcr 15, will nr-cupy part ortliustoro at present occupied by A. Wolff, nnd will open up with a flno lino of Watches, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry And hovcltlcA, (bat will surprise the public. Look out for tho opening. Leave Tour Order With Joe Beckman, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker, ""I Commerce Street, San Antonio. OnU'rs from lho country pmjiptly flllml. SuUntac-tluu guaranteed In every particular. II Sl-lui JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY And Might U'nti ll, Headquarter Sail An tonio, Toxas. Ulllcf rooms No. II oml IS, Dovlne building, No SI and 'Jl rJoledad street. I am now prepared to tako charge of and haudlo all legitimate dctcctUo business In all t's branches, and ro tpcctfully tender services In alt cacs rcqulrlnr careful nnd skillful Investigation. Also watch men furnished for hanks, stores, railroads, cotton CDmprcsses, prlvnto houses, etc. All bmliit tsuml prlt ato muttor will rccclroprompt attention unci bo treated strictly confidential. Colluclloiu miuto In all parts of tho Stato and United Sink's. OWco telephone Gil, residence telephoned. Captain William Jackson. 10-1 1 f l'roprletor nnd Manager. Our More It Open, end the public generally needing anything In the dry goods and notion line are Invited t give us a trial. We can guarantee bargains. Yandkll & Conway, 313 East Houston street. "AVTlileeant Line Ofgcntt furnishing goods canba seen at J. Joeko & Som -!4-tt Hats, Caps, Hoots nnd hhoes, A large and well selected stock at J. Josko & Sons'. lMl-tf Our Neckwear Is ascholco In stylo and material at can be found In nny market. tl-SD-tf Pancoast Si Son. The Largest Stock Or clothing In tho Stato for fall and winter, Just m at l'ancoast 3e Son's ll-l tf "l'rom Ocean to Ocean" galop. 9-28-tf I-ute Styles of lints Tor Nile at I'ancoast & Son's. D-l-tf Turnlture AVugon. A wngon especially adapted to moving household furniture, always ready. Apply to Junius Means, opposlto court house, b-31-tf Don't Huy Until you hnvo seen tho llnestto'cvf clothing of runcoast a. Son. A Nlco l'luco to Visit. The Lone Star saloon, on Nacogdoches street, coiner Bowie street, occupied by V. 1. Lippc, has been opened and Is one of the coolest and most comfortable saloons, in the city. The choicest liquors, ice cold Anhcuser beer and fine cigars always on hand. A good tree lunch served daily from 9 until iz o'clock. A private garden, welt lurnished, and elegant ly lighted, for the accommodation of ladies and families. 9-zS-lw New Hry Clouds More. Vandell & Conway have opened a hand some diy goods store at 319 Esst Houston street, and arc now ready to attend to the wants of cuttomert. Geuulue Camel Hair tlcnta underwear can bo had at J. Josko X Sons;, lor t . U-Si-ft Wanted, Somebody to tako charge of a restaurant and oyster ruloon. Tortus very moderate. Apply to "J.," thlt olllce. tl sa-3i Tiring China. Mlu Josonhlne Sctlol, of S8 Noita streot, has now orected her Improved furnacu and Is pro pared to execute orders for the llrlug of hand painted china. Her prices are uioderato and eutlstuction Is guaranteed. U'Sti-lm lthodlus & Temptky Employ two first-class piano workmen to re pair pianos. Cull on them. u-3Min To be Closed. My pldc-o of business will be closed Tuesday, lthodlus & TempsCy llavo a hirio dock of renting pianos. Cheap Not 60. If you say you never can find a pair of pants or usult in the storo to Ut you, Just tiySheets, Cui revon and Custlea'. Texas lluiployment llureau And Agency, for rooms, ottlcct, houses, otc, -D UUSi SIUU; 41UII1 piuzu. turned to tho l'aclllo lUpresaolIlco. lO-St Notice of Copartnership. I havo this day associated with me In the architectural profession, as a partner, Mr, Fred 11. Shelton, of Chicago, and the Urm will herealter he styled anil known as Murphy X Shelton. urchltRctB. James Atuiiiiir. Wo oordlallv Invito our t rleuds and the pub lic generally 10 give uh a can, ana wo win, in uu casus, guarantee poi iect sansiuciiou in oui profession. Our sDoelaltr will bo perfect con' structlon, beauty, convenience and economy. Jiespeciiiiuy, james oiuurjiv, FllKl) 11. HllKLTIl.l Office corner ltoustonaud Acoqula streets. San Antonio. Toiut, October 1, listtt. lu-l-lw Important tale of flno furniture, bed room sets, parlor sets, carpets, stoves, wardrobes, bureaus and household goods. Hemember the plaoo, 21 Soledadstieet, opposite courthouse, Yandoll X Conway It the new firm who htve opened a dry goodt ttore at 319 East Houston street, and Losoya street, noar Commerce street bridge. Sl'IX'I.M. NOTICUS. Shirts inudo to order nt Itoieiihaiitn .V Hatter's. "From Oocun to Ocean" gulop. tl-2tt.tf The Central hotel, nf San Antonio, la llm plaoo to slop at il COaday. 7-SI-tr "From Ocean to Ocean" galop. IKW-lf Trr Klltott & Itazlini for nlir ilruirirlal. No. 0 East Commerce street. tNi-liu A good thing to advcrtlso In: Thn LimiT Annual AND Guide, secure spaco early. 4-tf Havo 3 our prescriptions tilled at City Drug Store. No. a i;ust Commerce street, u-3-lm Fluid extracts, ellxlra antt'etpimnt rrrtmrn. tlonsat City Drugstore. No.HlistComiucreu street. 9-3-1 111 waek St Newton havo several 10-urrti tracts nf land Just nutsldo of city limits for talent i'Ml each-It taken now. v-l-tf lttrnur.it shoes, coatr. hols mid all kinds of rubber goods; also tho celebrated Fish brand oil slicker, at Sheets, Corruvou & Cuillf a. Tho International nnd (Irent .Vorthern rail road will kcII excursion tickets to tho St lmls fair from September. tf-21-tr 'rom Ocean to Ocean." nrcttlcst ealon over published. ujs)-tt Sirs. Dunford, Dress Mnker, Formerly from Ixindon. has removed f.n 'n. tin Avcnuo C, near tth ttreot, where she will bo happy to see all her former customers and ladles who wish llrst-class work and perfect fitting dresses. Cojtumes mado from art iloslgns or fashion platis. Now York, Ixindon nnd l'nrls fashions re ceived monthly. IMM-lw Tnk. Note. Uoscubaum 3c llauer are eelllnir underwear at astonishing low figures, such as rancy casumercs. Fancy balbrlggan. Fancy (H lords. Imperial wool. Cotton ttiinnels, Itcd llannels, Whlto merino. Look at our neckwear for latest styles. Hoskniiaum 4 IIauiii, SHUorauierco street. Try l'a If vou want a suit mado. lie has a full linn nf piece goods and a Urst-clasa outter In charge. Men's Furnishing; Goods. As good ft stock of gent's furnishing goodt Order Your Groceries street, and get new, fresh goods promptly do- mtruu. . . V-l-ll September 31. The tint day of autumn. Speaking of autumn nu am tiiuveu ui iuiuire. AuiumD man go Uldrossod, when ho can got now, fuihlonablo and seasnnablo goods at such low prices as aru ruling ut Bhocta, Corrovon 4; Castles, No. i!17 Alamo plazu. ll-22-t f Ten Dollars l'er Month Will buy one of the reliable Emerson pianos from Thos. Uoggan & llros., No. SMI Commerce ttreet. Q-su.it Newt, Hooks, Stationery and Varieties, 57 Comuiorco street. . Gents and Hoys Itcady mudo clothing, tho largest assortment A Ton. If you weigh less than a ton, go to Shcetp, Corruvou Sc Castles' for a nice suit. They can lit you, no matter what your sbapo Is. Shirts and Underwear. A lery couipleto stock for sulo by ranroiist l'our lluildlng Lola for Sale, Lots 3,4, .17, is. block 7, original subdivision block lJJ, rungel, district 4, on Alazan creek. Damage Hy Frost. In order to escape tho blighting cirecta of llm first frosts, urovldo yourself with medium and heavy-weight underwear and substantial full clothing, now selling at very low prices,-at Shccu, Corrovon & Castles', No. 2I7 Alamo plaza. Wo Take l'laasure tu Inform the ladles That wo havo engaged two expert drets makers, and we are prepared to take orders for tbo most foshUinablo dresses at reasonable rates and guarantee good work and perfect lit. Allworkdonoat our establishment at short notice. Wo have spared no expenso In tilting up rooms for tho convenience of our lady patrons. A. Ur.ut Si KoENiasiikUKit, Harr Has Jteuioved, And now has tho best photographlo rooms In Great Hargaius in City Property. Ten now houses on San I'odro avenue and near the High school, Mocst struotln the city. others"' ' UW)' i'SU' ,WW' 5W)C' llrlck house, flvo rooms, with modern con yenlenoes, corner of Peeot and Zavalla streets, Vw. A bargain. iuvcrul very dcslrabto rcsldonoos on Avenue C, one seven rooms, bath room, servants' rooms, otc, brick, Queen Anno style, marble mantles, plaster pails finish, the finest resi dence on tho avenue, l'rloc, with elnglo lot. JWH): with two lots, $8fi0. 10t' Seven elegant cottages In the Fourth word, eaeheW' modern conveniences, JltKX) Cholco lots and cottages of all sizes and qual ities at and near both of tho railroad depots. Six beautiful rcaldenoea on Dlgnowlty hill. avou?ic roo'n Wtu two lots 011 Main Hilton Si Youno, i08 West Houston street. PubIu0beU;ca,, 10 Ocoan " prcU,,,t &!iyr