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The San Antonio Light.
TOTODAY, FEIUIVAItrfl, 1S84. GREAT BARGAINS Tot to Xost Thirty Days at 1'aiMxmal'i. Tor the twit 90 dan we will offer to tho pub ik great bargnlna In remnants or fall and win er stock, consisting of hoary clothing, over coats, tuts, shirts, odd garment, collars, underwear, hosiery, tto. Also a dlaeuunt of 10 per rent, will to made on all rejrulAr goods. l-tt-lm A. 1'jmuoABT & toir. afUllr7 da XtemovaJ. Wvtre Bobnelder A Krlchn.r, mllUrieiy and feasy goods, have removed from S71 Com merce attMl, so tt Coinraerre itritil. where they havo added a new fresh stock of goods, aud solicit a call from tbelr patrons, end the public generally, 3--lin Forty j tun' trial U proved "BLACK DRAUGHT " tie Uat Utw luwUelik- la lb world. Sold by Jaw. Clavui and la OrynsVl, druggists. lUllraad Tlsk.ts. lbiUroad tickets bought, sold nnd exchanged. UeUucod raits to all points, at Harm tt'a ticket office, In Mm Hart's clgur store. Main plaza. 6tf Dr.kt, H Tar-lu, Dentist, Sacesssor to Dr. Weems. Office 411 East Houston sUtst. Up statu. IJ-lS-Ini lkautr. licalth, and happIuvM (or ladle bi-'WIrlEOF OARDUI." Gold by James Clavln and L. Orynskhdrugghit. John lleyuolds, (leaensl Colleotor. OBlco with H. i. Gallagher, builder. No II Yturrt street. 1-St.tr. Auction Bales Kvory Tuesday and Hnturday at tho Orecn s'ront aucriou bouse. Consignment solicited, 1-n-tf ruAiwux CoLToa, Auolloucors. Cbrvuury 1 IUflU of Curio. Ilrst prlao, ebony and gold cabinet worth isu. Uu Tlew at tho Intelligence onico, rui Houston strw)t,aUprisus. Tickets 1. I--lru "BLACK-DRAUGHT" sure. ov.Utwks. and siok lieadaU.e. Sold by James Clarln and L. Dry n.kl.drug gists Uoiu-d and ltooius rn private family; everything neuU nil North Juaredo street. 1-LO-lin i.r UmXr, IbeArllnitou saloon, on slUllaryphua. JU-Jt k'rlvato Lessons lu ITrenafa An ovenlng class In the French lauguoge, by a bachelor of arts, and bachelor of "dence from the University or Pari.. Terras moder ate. Address Me. la, Vegan street. 1-M-lm 11 amoved. IbaoffloeotthoSan Antonio Snnltitry and fertilising oompany has removed to ia. 021 K&si Jlouitou street, rtur of Hugo 5 tfchnielUer's. a-MI D.vere A Wyeneer l'nlntcrs and paper hangers : oLo dealers In Cuh, mil Duly lor Cash Conveys Its own moral I Five to 10 per cent. eureiimoniu y oy ouyii ily by buying your goods from house. Try I. C. Meek, at Lono re, ton East Houston strct-t. Hols sinetiy oasn nt Star Tea store, a casn man. Trees for Sale. Ten thousand Umbrella China and a largo stock of fruit trees, arbor vltics, shrubs and roses next to postolllco. Trees delivered frco rhotogrnpha. , Cubinrt slie.$3adoen,uutll further notlei'. Other tlses in proportion. A. N. Callaway, 413 and 115 East Houston street. 1-11-tr Will's Elephant llestaurant and Lunclw, Moth restaurant and lunch counter equal to any In the country. French cooking. Perfect Biienaance. inoicest or meats, gamo, oysters, 1-l-lJt title Coal. Order this Sno coal from Harrison A Harri son, M Soledad street, 'or Scbulteu dt Sou, Cotninerco itrvet, or from John Crosby & Co.'s oal oflloo and jard, north sldo Military ulaat; Ulenhono No. fluo. 11-sJ-tf. tmr Beat. fnisral stores on Houston street near Lrluje and several on Soledad street. Art atom 00 OimmrirVflrtel opposite Oroos' tiank. Ap ply 'o J.luavx, Wo. go Avenue C. Xotloe to the l'ublle. I am pretarod to do. In flrst-clasa manner, all klna of oarrlmre work, trlniallnir,palnttninnd wood work, I also make a specialty of horso shoclnir. illCHJiL I'joott, am Soledad street, cor. Houston. Cleaning end Itepalrlnc. Oentleracn waatlntr thalr clothes eleauod and vciiirrii in a-'wja aninr, can sot tuetn (I f eheol Hooks, Button. ry, Pf-lodloala, magaslnes. newspapers And all f inds of novelties, caa bo found at (t. W. Baldwin fcOoa. ta Commerco street. 1-31-tf Xotloe. All persons whnee property has been aold for tales should call upon Junius Moans, 01 Solo dad street, who wlllald them In ita redemption. In many easos the two j cars will eiplro. A word to the wlso Is iufflcient. l-lu-lui Alamo Saloon, Alatnol'Iam. Cholorst llQUora. wines and cordials. First elais reitaurnnttsttached. eonductod uu tho Uu sopean plaji French 1 cooling: private supper ropmuallklndaof dishes, oyters, llsh, game, salad eta, served to order. Otien day and n4"-- Mt-JTd lllied Paints f 1.(0 per gallon, pictures f ram ed In overr stylo, window shades at cost. Wall papers and dnunratlen also iign and homo palntlog a specialty at UiVelre ASpencer'a. OU Bust Houston street. Telephone No. To! I6J01. Klelndelnsta Show, ContrtM-iors and builders, furnish and eon. struct all kinds of fancy brlok work, "Wlnton Bles." marblo and slafn mantels. Chimneys and flues a speciality. Bvery chimney and tlua warrunted to draw free, and fire proof. Bnqulro or address, Ueorgo DullnUs Mutld- Tske ltotle. W have placed over 15000 worth of all kinds of dry roods on our bargain oountor to be sold for what they will bring. Tboymustbe sold: ootae at onoo before the beat things aro gone. Ibese are odds and ends that wo are anxious ua-u lliiS A OfVlXBUiSHil. Ten Tboaaaiid ZIoUam Worth of boots and shoes to be slaughtered at the Now York shoe house lust opened lu tho old Ureen rout oq North Fiores street. Men's calf boots, il W; mon'a kip booti. S3: boys' tip J"00!'' i1. P":a '".PP"-. " cents; ladles' kid hoots, II S4;ladlea 'slippers, 26 eints; ml and children's In proportion. l--lm Oonrtnelng. The proof of the pudding Is not In chewing the string but In having an oppoituulty to ten the article direct. O. Bchoaao, A. Drolaa and L. Oryuskl, druggists have free trial bottles of Dr. Iloeanko's Cough and Lung Byrun, for each and every one who Is alllloted with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consuaptlou or any Lung A Cud. intending to remove from San Antonio hi a few weeks to erAsge In other business we oiler our entire nock of pictures, frames, art goods and wall papers at actual cost. Oold ground vtnboissd papers from 14 to VU cents per roll. Kctalla at II 15 to IS 00 per roll, other gold papers from So to TO cents per roll All other papers, not gold, from 10 to U cents per roll. Call and see for yourselves. We have no old or unsaleable patterns. Dims & CoLUxa, in Commeroo strous. Cot You Own Dresses. Ladles If you want to learn to cut year own drcuesgo to Aym' Tailor Shop, at) West Houston street, ncit door to Hilton 4 Young. Take leeaon and purchase Thompson's Urn Torsal (lartneot Cutter for 15, and you will bo ploaaed with your Investment. 1-ttO-gw LIGHT FLASHES. What the Iteportera bun on Their Tour Throagh the City. The Ciljr Council meets this afternoon. The Glee club will meet neit Wednesday at Mr, Neiler's, Delvin street. Do not forget the mnth and milk supper " ml social at Trinity (Methodist Episcopal) church to-night. The Ladies Hebrew Benevolent society will meet to morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, In the vestry of the Temple Tlethel. A free attendance Is requited. Owior to the relent illtteii of the cdilor- In-chlef, the publication of the February number of the Merchant and Manufacturer, has been delayed, but it will appear during the early part of Beit week. A literary and musical festival, folloned by an oyitcr sapper each night, will be held at the Catlno on the nlghti of the nth, nth Ijth of Febraty, under direction of 1'ioftnor Kreulner. The proceeds of which will be added to the building lund ol the Woman's Home. The coatt msitial of Captain A. S. B. Keyesof.the Teeth JUnlled Statcslcavalry It nowln progress at military headquarters. He Is on trial fur violation of the 50th at tide and for conduct unbecoming tin officer and a gen tleman. Many officers testified to the excel lent condact of Captain Keyes for honor and veracity. The trial will be very likely con cluded to-day, and it ii espected hit acquittal will be Ihc result. PERSONAL. eiua tlleaned In the Hotel Corridors and Vrom Various Other Sources. Mr. James A. Sweeney, the ictnlc artist and painter, of Houston, Ii In the city for the purpose of Giinj up in style the office of Mr. r. It. Freer. Arrivals at the St. Leonard Hotel : Miss G. L. Jones, Del Rio; Frank M." Alley, Ssn Marcotj Peter Menkes, Memphis, Tcnn.; Z. Bone, Corslcana, Tex.) G. M. I-oomli, Bowl ing Green, Ohio; F. M. llrlggs, Hartford, Conn.; J. Hoses, New Yotk, Fred A. Uussell, Galaghers Kinche; William C. Arnold, Galagher'i Kanche; R. W. Derutn, Helena; 1. 1. Elder, Helena; C. R. File, Helena; '. M. Rundey, Galveston; W, W. Douglass, Goliad; E. F, Mullln, Kinney County, Claridge "Stockman" City; S. G. Speed, Derby Station. Arrivals at the Central hold : C. W. Rob-. bins, San Angela; H. II. Todd, Fort Davit; M. Garcia, Eigle Pass; John KeUley, W. HelTner, Bocrne; J. R. Agee, Camden, Atk.; Ed Vaughn, De Moines, Ia.;'W. D. Foster, A. P. Towns, J. R. KatclitT, Gonzales; Mrs. WafTord, Cuero; J. Etsenberg, Fayette; F, S. Henry, Maverick; A. Santos Coy and wife, Ssltillo; J. II. Harkey, Ssn Saba; S. M. Wills, D. 11, Lay, F. J. Sprague, Lavemla: K. W. Rannellt, Red Reck, I. T.; IS. L. Stock Ing, Uvalde; W. O. Woodley, Baxter Springs, Kan.; D. 1). McClanahan, Coleman City; R. F. Bostlck, L. E. Page, Gainesville; Mrs. Dickson, Abilene; W. L. Johnson, Galves ton; M. K Daugherty, Houston; Dr. Herman, Bexar; Richard Leeke, Lullng; J, H.Brokan, W. Curwen, Terre Haute, Ind.; J. M. Deve reaut, Pleasacton. Teiiftie Ilroken. In frent of the Monger this morning an ambulance, drives by Mr. Brown, who was accompanied by a young lady, came to grief. One of the horses got frightened at a street car and commenced kicking and finally broke the league. No further damage was done and nobody butt. Wicked Ilrlvtag. The Military plaza crowded with, people, vehicles and stands Is certainly not the place to drive across at full speed, nevertheless a liackman did drive across, and as all prognos ticated in such a cue, drove over an old wo man, wife ol the blind man who sells eggs on plaza. No limbs were brokea, but it isfearcd she is Internally injured. Such driving should have atop put to it, and the sooner, the better, An Aeeldeat. Mr. August Santleben, the transfer man, of the arm of Froboese & Santleben, came near meeting with a serious accident this morning. He had almost reached the Mav erick hotel, when the king bolt of his vehicle broke leose, leaving him to hold the lines. He was thrown out in front of the hole), but happily sustained no further injury than a strained wrist, which was seon set by a physi cian. And now Gus, in looking back at the accident wonders, thankfully, why matters were not worse. Ileal ICstAta Transfers. Ellas Edmunds to Mrs. 1). StaffcL hit in terest in 1100 acres, the undivided patt of a survey of 9031 seres In the name of Maria Rodriguez, 35 miles east of the city. Jete Cassiano to E. Edwards, tsx sate, 1 1 10 actes of a survey of 9033 acres In the name of Maria J. Rodriguez. Jay Minter to L. II. Lambert, a lot In La Villili, on Garden and Presa streets, $1500. Cuadalupe Horlii, Pedro Constants, Fred erika Constanda and hex husband to Juan Leal, Jr., a lot on the west side of San Pedro creek, on EI Paso street, $300, A Journalist's Superstition. From the Philadelphia Call. A Jeuraalist has just died In the West at a ripe old age, who was ss superstitious about railroads and different lines of trsnsit thsl he wouldn't take a journey ever any railway until he had a ote froai the superintendent ihst could be shown to the conductor on the u. lie said he tried to make a trip once without this precaution and met with a terrible acci dent. Nobody else was hurt, but he was thrown off the train and over an embankment 37 lect high. An Openlne for Editor McCulloirh. The editor of a Welter. Lorn. I .... , "The great art of running a newspaper is guesting where old Satan Is liable to break loose next, and to have reporters on hand to itemize the occurrence." Iieihniilri Veen man At Cheyeane during the next sixty days A Job Lot of Crowns. Harrison, the "bor preacher." who ta soar working St. Lnuti, says be has made 35,300 converts during his ii years miaistratiois. At ims rate toe boy will nave crowns to sell when ne gets into the kingdom, Courier Journal. LEGAL BUSINESS. istlee Shield's nnd the 1'rolmte Court - Cases Concluded In the Above. The case of John P. Dodd vs. D. F. Sullivan & Co, a. suit on sworn account, 117 05 ws filed before Justice Shield this morning; judgment was given for plaintiff to the amount of $11.50. The Probate court, In the estate of Antonio Burtlllo, this morning approved the guardian's annual account. In the estate of Ernest Mallet, deceased, the account of the temporary guardian was approved and the temporary administrator was discharged. In the estate of Schuchardt the temporary guardian's final account was approved. Ad ministration was closed and the administrator discharged. Tut Chicago Times says 1 "Mr. Brown, of Asbuty psrk, New Jersey, left home seven years ago to attend to some business in New Yotk. He forgot to return until a day or two ago, when to the great astonishment of his wife he walked In very much ss if he had merely been around the comer to see a man. In the meanwhile Mrs. Brown had made other igcments. After wearing for two years the widow's weeds which, believing Brown to e dead, she had assumed, she cast them off anil shottly afterwards became cngiged to be mairled to a well-to-do ciMen of Atbury park, Mr, Russell Hampton. To say that she wss ditgutted with the procrastinating Drown would but faintly describe her feelings. The cordiality with which some wives under like circumstances have been known to welcome the return of their truant husbands was en tirely wanting In her case. She told Brown that her heart was another s and that he might skip out as fast as his legs would carry htm. Brown, however, claims her as his wife, and insists on retaining possession with an ardor in inverse ratio with his prolonged Indilfcr ferenceto her fate. A statute of limitation should be provided to meet cases of this kind. bnoch Ardens and the numerous variations upon that hero's sentim'.ntal career have be come a nuisance. They ought to be discour aged. If a man is so heedless and procrasti nating as to stay away from home, say, seven ears, he ought to lotleit his right and title, tn lis wife." Female Freaks. Ann Dunn, who died in London a fewdava ago at the age 0I 39, weighed over 500 pounds. She measured 3 feet 6 Inches around the shoulders. The wife ol a mornlnc newspaper man In Keokuk, la., has left him, saying she will not submit to any such won't-co-home-until. morning business. My dear," said a dylnc husband to hi. wife. " when I am dead will vou see that mr grave is kept green?" ' Yes," sobbed Ihe brotcen-neariea woman. " 1 will lor a little while." Mrs. Edward Kendall, West Suffidd, Mass.. is a very plucky young woman. Wednesday tnotning, while she was Arabella King, she went out driving to get some (lowers tor her wedding in the eveniLtr. She was thrown out of the wagon aad her cellar-bone broken, but she came to time for the evening ceremony. It is to be nerhans one of the future fea tures of life that women will be permitted to 5 amble. Then It will be a hot time for faro ealers and the banks. Female human nature is full of the gambling propensity, and the most moral snd respectable lady will, at a game of cards, do the most unscrupulous things. Did you ever play even Innocent keno In a small way with a lot of ladies? It may be because they are supposed to be play irg for fun, but I am willing to wtger that one f any given three will cheat by an impulse mat sne cannei ncip. Wanted, A firs I'clasa meat cutter, one that I thorough ly reliable, und a good salesman. Nont other need apply. 1J. M. Kkausk, uorrigerator meat marxct, xi Houston St. Saloon and Vlxtnrse forlale. First class locution, establlahpd hiiBlorva. fraod regular run of sustsmcrs, and pajlng latidaemo prollts. To bo sold on account of 11) health of the proprietor. Address I', O. box til. a-5-0t. l'rce Advice. ndltnr San Antonio I.iobt: "The blsgrst policeman In Texas" ought to be sure hlsowu skirts aro clean beforu be Is so Pxtra ofnelous In arresting hackmen who have hauled him around nnd loaned btm money to ArUcn Uruvan. Swifts Specific' Is entirely a vegetable preparation, and shoud not bo con founded with the various Imitation, of which cither ctintaln mercurr and potntli, or aro composed of old remedies which have long since bwn dlscartied us of no value In tho treatment of blood diseases, and none of them contain a slnglo article which outers Into tho couiposltlou of bwllt'a Speclllo. Then) isonivoneBwiiiappccino t.B M.j.and tnoro i nothing in tho world like It. Ho suro to get the genuine. Send for Treatlau 011 Illood ami Skin lllsi-asea, (roo. THE SWtrTHPgCiriCCO.. l-2l-.1t Drawers, Atlanta, Ua. Sl'KCIAl, NOTICES. Leave your orders for tho celebrated Cotjon brick with SUUolA Vogol. Kil.lni A aupply of Colson brick nlwnya on hmid nt SlalTel & Vogul's warehouse. 1-11 1m liver) thing full at RuernonV, except Em ergon. When you K''t Hut broko go to i.mur"ou. r-ii-ir do to Sullivan's, 319 Commoroo street, for luuruootsanatuocB. i-zj-11 Good second hand sewing machine of all inaaes, irom j upwurus; guarantee! in per' fectorder. Oil, parts nnd needles rorall ma. chines. Orders bv mihII nollcltil. .tililrm W. U. Urps, tUli Awnuo l:, Hull AlUonlo. X .4Ut Wanted, Two brick layers; apply to Alamo Cement Co. VI anted, A good cook and dish washer, at Mahnoka'a MUslon garden. Good Cook Wanted, Inquire nt lira 'en hotel. X-5-lt To lteut. Furnl.hod room at 011 Bolcdad street. -0-3t Have Jlonsy by bnylng your groceries from I. C. Meek, at lone Star Tea store, Mr: East Houston street, the only cash bouso In the city, g-S-tf rillnsturea, furniture, right and Interest In boarding homo and restaurant. In IlrrUrata locatlou, with regular run of custom, and big protlu. Address 1'. U. boi 481. S 5 lit For Sule. A pair of mules with wagon nnd harness at a bargain, by Id. Eckunrotb, Sli Market struct. A hop will bo given lu Arbolter Verclnhall Kt. Leonard Hotel, Sun Antonio, Texas. This hotel has lately been opened on tho European plan, and promises to bo very popu Isr. All of tho appointments are first class and new. Tho rato Is ii 00 per day. The proprtotor, J'blncaa I', lounsliery, la a New York man, and knows how a hotel ought to bo kept: and wo can answer from personal ox perlenoe that tboso onco enjoying Its comforts City Property For Sale ! 1. Thr re nnd nnn hnlf unroa nn Nm-nsTitn(h(Hi street, ninnlniT t'tBnn Varo crr-ek, with lin prorcmcni-M. j-in mill nrcnnni onfrrouna. 2. 1Ot3RnJ 4. block 5. Han ldnmvcnu. X I.nt 0. block 7. Ham l'c.lrn nvpnun. 4. Two lfiu nu (J anion Mreot, running rim Mrnrt. wlthlmnrnvrmentji. 0. Lot No. 12 am. 13, block ., corner Mro Onknnd liawnon ntre-t, wltb improreinenU. 7. Two lots with lmprovementA, on tflith ftnet, bet wren Avenue I) nnd It. 8. Fivo lots, corner Aunin and Orarann itreets. Immediately east turn or etreot U. FlftV.twn ft pro, with tmtirovmnenti. (tn mocllatciy below Mlwloa Concepcloti.nw yards near Han I'edro fprlnvrn. Hmino twostoryf beautifully lociitcd ii. i wcniy-rourncrcff, lot aiu, west nr baii IcIro creek, at eiOFMltiir nt International and Hun not rallrnmli-. vs. iiouBoandJnt comer North Uincooanu IlilalffO Btreota, on Franklin emtaiii. i j. r.nure ikh'k rio. m, una e ioi in moo k Ijiti.T ditch. It. Fifteen lotN on flrand avenue, near Luna Bhir brewery, running back to river. it. inrconnu tno nan iou in j'nu nntnt tf.d. corner Commerce. Husk and North street a. H, I- Ints in lot Mo. 72, near Froupcct hill street rnllwy, nt i-rleen rsmrlnfr from $IOUtp S'R lot, on easy tenns, lylntrwestor Interna tinnal depot, and CHt of Alncan creek. jvr. i ivencrcH runnnty irom uamdou street to upper IsHbnr ditch. W. Thieolotson l.lmlrn street, corner Trett Ion aveuue. SI. Hoven loin on JnoJtuon street. !. 8ixttflonnd onohnlf acrea under feneo. with Improvement!, known ns "raco and fair grounds." U. ileyenty-nvolota on east sldo of Austin street, abovu r-unset round hotiso. si. 'i weniy nvo iois on uurieson, iamar, iniysnna uurneu street. -j. Twcnty-nnu on res on South Florei street, nlmr back to river. i'f). All projHirty belonirlnfr to Mesnrs. Adams national, IsunRct nvernmcnt depots. Bun I'edro aprlngi arid othor puru of the city, which wo nlTcr at lltierul nrlav. nnd on easr terms; ill), all their Irrlgablu lauds lu aud Wo will ciumlno titles, wrllo eouvevancos attend to tho renting of houses, negotiate mans on rcasonnuiu terms. notary ruiuiiaai Notloe to 1'roperty Orrnsra. ClTT COLI.KCTOB'" 5an Antonio, January Tim Statu or Texas, 1 uouuiy or nciur. nercas, ucriainpar es owning proiwrty on Ban Pedro nvenuo. In leCllrnf San Antonio, have railed to con. struct their curbing after duo uutlcu given, as re.iiitred by frk-ctlon 1 nf "An Ordinance ltcgti- lilting umstrucuou 01 oiaewaiKS,- auu tnoclly having certified to mo the below mentioned amounts for collection, Therefore. 1. K. C ltauelM-n. Tax Collector of ald elty, iu accordanoo with Hectinu f of aold ordinance, do hereby notify the below mentioned proiwriy owners to oome iorwnrd within 30 dayp Irom da to of this notice aud pay tho amount net opposlto each rcepcitl vo name, by Ejection 11) uf said ordinance to lovy and sell so much of wild property ao mayboneces. euiry to satisfy tho coat of construction and collection. Y. C. II aciihhs. City Colleotor. Amun, Jacob. Ilotiynge, W. A llrudy, J. T Colly, S. K Ilenlwn, Mrs. llowi KckTord, Jas rincbau, A. M I'cldcr, Wm '. Klorlan, Mlas F Ilebgcn, Mrs. II Heady, S.l) !.. Jones, I'. 8. (II. Fowcott) Imman, I). 8 Iimottc, Frank Mohono, J. it ltachel, K. (I. P. Simpson.) Jul At . at tu . TJ 12 . uu tw . u Hn . 5 UT . el tt . X IS . 75 00 . mi no . ei m . -oor) . w in . bi en . t 12 . na . ; :i . 4i tn . 4S OT . T.1 22 . 3U Ml Hiimliels, V Hralth.b.'p.. Zlnk.A. .. . BARGAINS OFFERED lty J W. llradley, Ind Aeent. Nice cottatcOt w-- hullt, fronting east on Milam Bijuaru, No, 'UVi, olio rod for Iwas than present cost. Now cottage, olofrantly finished, 7 looms, ono block from tian I'edro avenue, U.6U). Two story commodious houso of 14 rooms, lidtlsaitd Kallcrtes, two cisterns, stablos, etc., on Han Pedro nvenuo. Great bargain. Kijtht room, hard roek houso and two room solt rock, frontlntr on Markctand l'resastreoui and adJolnlDK Codlno bail. Hplendld Invest ment. 114 aero farm, within two hours rldoof the city, river front, six room houco colled throuir b out,fi0 acres cleared and fenoed, orchard of fivo acres, good well and cistern. Prion $2,000. ttlrnlco cottages In Ward 4, prlco $l,ruu to $3,000 paying lb U) 20 per cent, rental. Improved farms, dairr farms, ranch Mftper tles with Hvo stoat, largo bodies of land In Texas and Mexico. UouMtoMroomirgaUerfcs, etc., with 4 lota, No. 1,110 West Houston street. Two large loU, corner of Bolodud and Hodrl gues strecta. Two ulco oottnct' 8 rooms each, on Fannla street. Nice cotlago of 3 rooms on Avenue I). CottAgo of 4 rooms, gallerios, stable, etc. 3 cottages on Avcnuo II. 814 acrea fn Karoos county, en Hondo creek, fenced. 100 acres cleared und 21 In cultivation 1.1 miles Routh of Helena and 7 miles from Dullcyvlllo. FIno Improvements, well grassed and timbered. Apply to J. W. Hium.itr, 11-tftf 40c! Houston street. Citation by VuhllcaUon. THR 8TAT1! OF TKXAS, To tho SherlfT or unyConstabh ofjleiar County, O reeling: Whereas, oath has been made before mo by John HosHhardU that A. Hordonl la a transient person whoso rcsldcnco Is unknown, so that mo ordinary proceas cannot no servra upon him, you nro therefore commanded that by mazing publication or this citation lu some newspaper publUhed In tho County of Heyar for four successive weeks previous to tho r tuni day hereof, you summon tho said A. Hordonl to be and appear beforo mo at my ollieo In tho City of Bun Antonio, lloiar Coun ty. Texas-on the uecond Uoiidav In llareh. It Iwlng tho 10th day of March, A. . 1dt)4, at 10 o clot k h. in, iiivii sou mere 10 answer uit complaint of John llosuhardt In un action of debt for($2A Twenlv.ilro Dollars, on a sworn account, and duo tu said Jottn tlosshardt for rcntror mo in on ins or iifoeinticr. ltt-u. and January, A. I), ItfKt. Herein fall not, but due service and return ruako of this writ as the law directs. (liven under my hand this 01st day of Janu ary, Ahton Auau, Justice of iho rvace 1'rccJncto. 1, Uoiar County. Cu mo to tmnd Fetirunry 1, 16B4, at 10 o'clock a. in. and executed February 1, lt&4, by caus ing this citation to bo published In the Uar Antonio lJUiiT,unowspaperpubllshnd in the City of San Antonio, Ilex a r County, Stato of Texas, lor four successive weeks from da to i.f'roor. man iiadkii. Constable JJcxar Couuty, Vine Assortment of Furniture. If you wish to buy furniture or household goods of any description, our advlco would oi tlo to a reliable wholesale houso, which finest grades, for at such a place you aro apt to secure bargalus. At I.. Wolfson'a largo empo rium, corner of Main plaza and Acequlu street, you can find all grades and quality of bud room und parlor seta, dining room and kitchen furniture in end low variety, mattresses, cush ions, pillows, upholstery and lu fact orery thing In tho upholstery and furniture line. Also n lino line of olilce desks and chairs; brackets, etc. He has Just received a largo assortment of children's carriages and oxprotis wagons, which will be sold at bottom figures. Your Inspection la Invited. lUmctn brthe placo, I. Wnlfson corner of Main plaza and Acequia street, where you cau al ways got the beet articles for the least monoy. C. Ij. MUELLER, ARCHITECT 233 and 235 Houston Street. FINE SHOES: J.JOSKE&SONS'. tx7"Onr boo Department Is the largest and of many yeai's baa taught tiswhat claasuf goodsoro thu best fur this market. Wo keep all eizesund Ihodltturent la'ts. Nuw Vnrk and Philadelphia fine. good. siK-elslty. An line Ui $15,000 Worth of Dry Goods tSTThn aooflon for trlnor goods Is about tu go, and It Is our onlcaror to tv-ll at many at to. goods as wo potwibly can before spring goods arrive. Wu bava, therefore, ooavludct to mark down prleos so that everybody can find I1A1U) AINB. Wo prefer to do this rather than keep them over for another yuar. SHOES We urn going out of the ' shoo bualnosa and must have room for other goods. Therefore we hayo marked down our en tiro Unoof ladlea'. misses' nnd children', as well as men's and boys', shoes at actual cost. Just lookntoursbcforoyoubayandaoeoisr low prices. Indies' and children's 1'hlladolphla aoods go the saino way at oost. Ton w Had Immense Muclions in Cloaks, Dolmans and Ulsters WHITE BLANKETS! -A.3STTD QUILTS. We have no regular prlco on those goods. Tlwy must go. We are dolor mined net to carry thorn another season. If tow prices will maku you buy, comonnd got Ihe bargains. Our Mr Haas Is about to leave for Now York to m'iku spring purchases and wo want to sell out as near as powlble and buy new goods. There fore thl hnmenso slatigliter. Clothing and Hats We hare still a very largo assortment, which wu aro only ton anxious to sell at any rrasonablo prise. UU BIMII ItUU Hl CITY DPiTTG- STORE. HAM LAND t' : , rUOI'HIBTOll. IIRAI.HKS IN Drnd, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Etc. Preserlplloas carefully eompoundod at all hours. Consmerse street, near bridge, WOLFF & MARX, Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. BaP?.a-.I3SrS in CLOTHING GontM' HititH, Yoiiiifr Broils' SultH, IUk RoytV Suit.H, ami School Suits. Late Shipments of Boys' Suits at Very Low Prices I BEST MAKES OF.BOOTS AND SHOES. rT"To aVor. aro new deportments, aud every dollar's worthoi.goods Is now and fresh Itought at nrloea that enable us to sell them to the satisfaction of the consumer. J. M. ECKF0RD. ATTORNEY-A.T-LA.W, omoe, 40 Boledad St., Ban Antonio. Texas. Examination of titles) and land litigation a specialty. MXMy FINE SHOES. host smdrtod In Western Toxis. Kxtierlouee of Dry Cools on Our Bargain Connters ! JJF COST for Men and Boys. O.ll. Hathaway has Just opened his board ing house st 311 YlUlta street and asks his friends, as well as all desiring good hoarding and lodging at reasonable figures, to try him with their patronage. 1-21-lm UfTf. 111573