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Th.i San Antonio Light.
Saturday, March 22. 1884. ?AUI WAGNER STOP A MOMENT! Conic nml 6co the many hnrgnlns wo oiler In HousciurnlBhliijrnrtleles, Btich ns l-'lutlng Machines, Clothes Wringers, Plating ilnchtncs, Sadirons, Washing Mnnglcs, Ironing Hoards, llosoin, I.np boards, Clothes llnskcts, Clothes liars, llrushcs of nil dc Door.Mats, sorptions, I .onion rviticcitors, misters, Cnllce .Mills, ColU'O ltoastcrs, Icp Picks, Wlro Wall Covers, Wafer Irons, Kto., Klc. mums, Itnth Tubs, Wnllln Irons, Etc., Etc., REMOVAL FAMOUS. Our klml p.itrons and the rnibllo In general will please take notice that we havo reniovcil our store (Tlio Famous) from Xo. 5 Commerce street to Xo. 2.1S Commerco street, next door to A. 11. Frank A Co. I'esldes our former stock wo can now oiler for sale a new lino of goods, wldcli we, In our new stand oiler at surprisingly low prices. Como one, como' all, and lie convinced. I. MARKS & GO. J. W. HANNIG, Wholesale, Ho nil lk-aler In Furnitnre, Carpets and Mattings, Oil CloltiK, Window Shades, Ktc. 7 and l Commerce strict, ftin Antonio, To. Madame Slnglil, clairvoyant, appre ciates the kind reception she lias met with In this oily and returns many thanks for the same. She will remain at the Monger hotel, room MS, until March 111. Parties wishing consultation on business losses, crimes, lawsuits, absent friends, love, marriage and death, will please call before the above date. I 'ay refused If not sntlsllcd. White and figured lawns, nainsooks, mulls, India lawns, lllshop and Victoria lawns received In large fjuantlties and cheaper than over nt S. Deutsch & Co's. His Death. A gentleman In town reports the death of Dr. (iolng, veterinary surgeon, at Fort Clark, a day or so ogo. The doctor was well known ns being clever and efficient In his profession, lie possessed numer ous friends and was acquainted In mili tary circles here. Headquarters tor Diamonds. I., l'ouvant, who every cattle and sheepman In Western Texas Is acquaint ed with, as well as ladles and children o San Antonio, lias a card In the paper. Mr. l'ouvant carries an Immense stock of line diamonds and watches and Jew elry, and Is prepared to oiler special bar gains In Ids line. Recorder's Court. Manuel Soma, Antonio Chavez, John Carver, Antonio Garcia, Charles Morris, M. .1. Conner, M. II. Williams, drunk and disorderly, $." each; Michael ityan, vag rant, $10 or 30 days; Sohn Melon, vag rancy, $." or live days; II. Schubach, drunk and disorderly, dismissed; John I'nrk, drunk, dismissed. Lightning Struck. Last night the rain poured very heavily while "the elements, discordant, warred In the heavens above.1 The lightning, on Its destructive path, struck a tele phone post on Concho street, splitting It clear In two and breaking the wires. Officer Ilrown Informed the telephone authorities, and the wreck Is being cleared away. Dress Good!! Dress Coodsl Through tho efforts of Mr. A. A. Wolff we have succeeded In establishing our selves as agents for tho following noted brands: XXX nun's velllne-sln tim tnnat beautiful combinations and variety of designs; 1'lckard, Freres & Co., Ant- noveHles, and should be seen by all. 1'aton, Gibbon & Co.'s polka nuns veil ings In all possible shades and colorings. Also many other styles, which certainly '"" " i u ue upiireciaieu. tome ono. Come all. Wolff & Maiix. Mestayert Tourists. Mestnyer's comedy and musical com bination began an altogether "too-too' brief engagement at the Acudamy of -Musio last evening, appearing In the famous concelt."TourIsts In the Pullman Palace Car." It was produced here last season and made a hit, consequently It was no surprise to see every seat In the iienirc ucuupicu iaat nignt. mo com pany possesses more or less talent and can nmuse a popular audience for about threo hours with eminent success. The plcco Is n mixture of comla opera, extra vaganza, comedy, tragedy, farce, recita tive, vocallsm, acrobatlo performances, dramatic actlngnnd a little of everything that Is ludicrous and nonsensical, llull'allo Courier. Turner Opera House, Monday Xlgut. JOE FOSTER. Ills Death This Morning from His Wounds H't Funeril it 3 O'clock To-Morrow. At It o'clock this morning Joseph 0 Foster, ono of tho proprietors of the Vaudeville tho iter, and who was wc.iiii.IihI on tho ulght that linn Thompson rtnd Kluir Fisher "in ktlleit, quietly breathed his lot at hie home on Solodad street. Ilewmlw.ll- wounded In the leu- on tho nlslit or tho 11th and It win ampu tated tho next day. Howes progressing very farnrnub w llh n flno prospect of rciocrlrir. when ho commenced to suffer from an nM wound In tho same leg, rccclrd many cars aao. Ho had a hemorrhage adayor two avo, aniithrr latt nlaht and to-day (he lal. Ihe particulars ot thoterrlbl' tragedy, which wet hlin his liro nr. Hill fresh In tho memory of the publlo and nod not Iki reia-ii-cl horn, .lie Foster was tears old and hail lived In Han Antonio Inr nearly a quarter "f a cintury. Although leading tho lllo of a uanihlcr hi) sll'l by hie :rilhtrura d conduct an I gi,l I uianocM won the esteem anil respect r tno beat mid moat lulluentlal vltlit-na. Hverenur twin an. I generous ho lua added manydolHra tolhccbailfeanf Ihocltl. and an appeal for help was never Dilldo to lilm III valll. Ho ! vneo now and leaves Ik bind a wlfnnud many true friends who ktiow blni well and ev tcnicdhlm. The Vi;tl(l-Till0 was riorcii iirmcnMif-ij "P- AMSTERDAM AWARDS. The Singer Sewing Machine Company Carry Orr the Chief Award--. Cold Medal. It Is an Interesting fact that tho famous Sinter sewing machine ht won more medals anJ diplomas at different c positions and fairs In Torlotia parts of the world than any oilier two concerns In cjlstence. The grand tola), which la now overall (told tnedalr, baa Just been added to by tho award of tho blithest pi Ue, n gold medal and diploma of honor, at the Atcjtcnlam eipomilon Juit closed, The eompany'e display was ono ot 111 features of (ho exposition and attracted krtat attention from tho steady going end roni.ers.i tlve llulcomcn. .Mr. flcorgo lloa MoKcnrle, the Prt aldent of the company, hns recently re turned to the Uhltid fe'UUa. Ill an Inteivlow wllh a reporter of Iho tk-leiillllc Tlintsho stated that tho exposition wuaa serysallirao tory one, tho cblet s urco or rrirrcl t In that American exhibitors wero not priaent In lireater force. Too Amsterduui corrttpoiidcut ol Iho Am stcrdam Garotte, wrltlnir to that paper concerning- the S'nKcr exhibit, raja: Wo next noto tho exhttilt of tho Slnser manuraclurlnir company, ot New Vork, wh'vh hassontti very larKueoih'ttloii or their tlrio.t machine for fatnl'y use, aa well l.s tt.o larif. r s'zee, auch aa thoso ustd by buinefs makers, sail and carpet sewers, etc. Thilr exhibit corers a space of about tDsqiitiro meters, which has been put In excellent condition and iimkea a fine display charactniiatlc of the 'linrer compniiy wherever mado 'I hi ator) of tbo Slntrcr mtchlno laa highly liruretiilinr one, um. thouuli It has been told In Iho n.'Wipapcrs scores, if not hundreds, of tluu'S, It Is worth tbo while to niako a brief rcrcrcno-) to it b rc. Founded In the buslnesa has steadily rl panded until now the company Is the liririat and most Important Industrial cotircrri In the world, imploslnir about eoiannp, anJ owning proueny worth abnut f.VJ.tlOltj. Tberearollvo ur -at factions beloriKliiir to IS at I' Iztbt'tb. N.J., Soutn llcn.1, lint, (also. III., Montreal. Canada, and ula"iruw, eutllltl. To this numtier has Just been added n new and viylarKe establishment nt Vhnna. and an other vrry lariroono Is now bettiK built on the Imnka of Ihn Clyde, at Kill-own. 'I ho work tbo o will eoscr M acreaur Kn.iinda, un.l win comprise a nreat anany dltTere'lt bull ln. In this new plaii over fiou persons hate Itf-rn ciaplo)od. At tno present tlmo tbK eonipnuy la tun lnir out over BUM) marhluea pt;week. In 40 differ ent sizes and no different stVa. In all li. arlv O.OC0.CCJ of Mnirer inarblnrs bsu lin rn:n, slneo the buslnesa ot the comp.ny wastiitah UhM up to thonreseut time, 'the reatures that havo led to tills extraordinary and unpar alleled succor are very p aln Nnd easy to un derstand, and may be stated thus: 1. Tnoir simplicity ot construction; they are so simple that a child call I'-arn tu opt Nt.- a Slnircr. 2. Their ireat strength; tbey will silt h tho heaviest as well .a tlii, I yblont nialirials. a. Their durability; tune ntn Mnirer tnn cbinca lu koikI ordt-r io-da), alttr 1 1 Iiik in ue from auto;'! yen rs. 4. Tuoy areao Imlit running that ncbl'il can opentto tbem with ease. fi. llTer- narr is made by atilmaatic ma chinery, thus Ins jrlnirtxatt iintrorniity. r.ith part Is subjcili-u tocrltleal Htptctlu nelnru letvlnsr thetacory, and almoit all uro Intir cbauKeablo. u. 'lh. parts rubjeteil to tho most wear are madont temptvd steel. 7. Tho cauuiH-el machine is m.xde exactly llko tho blithest priced, exept In i man eulailou and cabinet work. 8. It has been a rulo ot lliecorpauy from Its organization to construct Its tnaeh'uea more with a view to utility, atronirth and durability than to out lde appoataoce. V Tncy havo but oua prleo-sell din cltii the people, and neierdciolve u customer. Thouvli Ircui tint tn tlma tarlous itullalloes or tle bln-rer have appcartnl, not ouuor tlo-m haaeverUena success, tortbe slioplu n-HMin that they do not poene-ia the q-iallth-s whleu havo Insured the succets ot tba Kenuluo Bln-rer. As may bo supposed, tho s)atcm or manairc aaontlnvolvodlu tbesucceeifulconduet of to vsit a buslnees as Ibis Is elaborate in tho ex treme. The following are the chiefs or this colo sul organization : Ueorge It. MeKcnzlo. President: William Y. J'roctor, Vice President; Alex F. Hterllng, Sec retary; Hugh Cneyre, Treasurer. Dlrtctoia: Alfred O. Clark and Jaraea Mi-eban. Tho principal niiico of tho companr Is finely located in New Vork City, ovoriookluir l.'nlun squara. i rom this oilloo the ircneral bullae ot the company la directed our a" the world. The Ament-uti business Is trausrfcled from sr. ceulrts, 'ocated In the lamest etttee. Each central ortli 3 Is controlled bran aent, under wbtso dl-cctlon branch olllcoa ri located lhnn-jlio.it the territory ash'gueJ to his earo. Under the brunch sfflces, aKi'iu, aio located subnrdleat) ollices In everv town or l'lago wbos9 buslueaa warrants It. Hie t-jrntory ontrolled Kr the central olli 3 orten embrace i an eotlro bttte, and In some csicj etverat Staler All tho -j 23 central olDers I eport direct to New lork and receive tho'r Insltuctions dire. ttrom theolflecrsofthecompaay. the Loodon oiU' o has Immense Inl jresti rsrlldod to Its care. Tho South American business Is manaved from thcro prluc.'pa'ly because Knglaud enjoys facilities ot comuuolcai.on wltn that continent, which we do not. The buslnors of .Northern andHldd.e Uuropo and Western Asia. Is managed from tho Ham burr odtce, which, like the Loudon ulllcc, makes a couso!l"atcd report to the principal olllce In .New York, Tho total number or offices or tho company throughout tbo world l over 4.-.00, or which one-third aio In tho Ln'tert States. flight bore comes In one of tbo great aecrota of the succeri or tho company. Having in offices and agents even here, there Is n. ver any difficulty about repairs. Uui era or other machines often hud that they cannotget tia--t or retmlra whon necessary, (and tliolr machines nro thus rendered valueless to (hem), bectuse ited In their vlolnltv. or has trnriniiut nr isiL-ncu Hiiugeiuer, tas over JJ se machlno companies bavo In tho past lug years.) No buyer or a Singer machine can ever experience mat uiincuity. Tbey are reprercnted in every state, Territory, comm and city (and In almost every tillage) In the United Stalea and Caaada, and In overy civil ized country on the globe, and aru there 10 at tend tho wantaot cualomeraadd to e'ny. Kvery Singer agent In every part ot the world Is under positive instructions tu look alter e ery Singer machine needing attention or repairs, without regard tu whero It was pur chased, and every customer Is Invited to lodge at tho onlou any complaint which does uot meet prompt and proper attention rrom their locaiieui. The iwroaslug necessity In Iho trade for a machine oapah'eor stitching heavy belling of great wldtn has finally led to tho construction of the "IS leet machine." the largest niashlne for sewing ever built, It is madeapeclally rorstltchlog heavy canvass or other belting, and has a capacity lor goods from K or an Inch to 1 Inch In thlckucm and any width up to ()) seven and one-bait rt-et. It lias u roller teed tb whole length of tbo machine: also, a raovablo guide for paraliol aeams, adjustable for various widths, andean boeoulpiaid with ono or any desired number of needlea to run any number of seams at once. Tbo reporter had a very pleasint Inter view with Mr. McKenzle as to the atato or trade. That ventlcmaa Is noted tor the con servatism of bis views, yet he considers the outlook for the lutnru of nu extremely en couraging character As he salt the best proof Is tho vast extension or the facilities of the company nnw under way at different points, as already Indicated. The central otll. e or this company for tho rotate of Texas, Indian Ti-rrttory and theStates or Chihuahua. CoshtiHa. Nuova Leon, liuran go and Tamatillpas, Mexico, la located at No. 1H Fast Houston street, San Anionic, Texas. Church Newt, The members et the ChrMUn church will hold their regular Sunday crle f morrow at II a. in , at .K'5 Nut Hi P-oaalrel. 1 bo reg ular luoi liily sitvIcc rorehllilieii will h held to-miirri.w In Iho I'tiinbi rhind Pie.ln Urlan church, nt It ii. lu.. and p. tn then-will boa service of song. I.rorybody iuvltetl. Sunday school at 1)30 a. . hl-K.OIAL, NOTIOKS. For a stylish hat go to 3. Mayer. Kvcrv smoker should try "Little Joker.'1 Xcw shades In summer silks l.'i cents. S. Dkutsch & Co. Ladles' while ".Mother Hubbard" wrappers at H. Maykii's. Xun's veiling, -12 Inches doublo width In nil shades and all wool at -in cents per yard at S. Deutsch A Co's. Twenty-live dozen slightly damaged corsets, at M cents if piece, will be of fered on Monday nt S. Maykk's. Our stock Is not comprised of lino goods only. We carry a largo stock to suit ever) body, S. Dutnscn & Co. Good news for tho children; n largo lot of white sun bonnets and Swiss hats, In tho latest shapes, can now bo seen at S. Mayku's. Zephyr ginghams, linen lawns.black mid colored buntings In endless variety at Wolff Marx. IWMit. Go to Mayer's and get it dozen of the line llnncn towels hu is selling for Sin 0 and $11 fill. They are bargains. .Ml-Ct Opera slippers N) cents nt H. Deutsch & Co.'s. 3-22-Ct Those seamless parasols, trimmed with oriental luce, arc the latest and most stylish, andean bo seen at S. Mayf.ii'h. If you want (Information regarding "Prospect Hill" or the street car line, call upon -Mr. Sam Maverick and 1. J. Moss, Ks(., ns lliev own property for two blocks each side of where tho road will run. Direct Importation. Tho handsomest assortment of summer silks, which for variety nml assortment of tho different combinations are the talk of the town. To he seen only at il-fflWit, Woi.vk & Maiix. how Go and Apologize. Those persons who have been trying to prevent the sale of our property upon "Prospect Hill" by saying to buyers Unit tho street railroad would never be built, will huvo an opportunity to "rlso and explain" to those who they deceived by such misrepresentations. The Iron is now nt the depot, in this city, and will begin laying ns soon as the bridge is llnishcd, which is expected- In nbout 10 days, in the meantime parties should loose no time m securing a building lot upon the hill. We will show 'the prop erly to bincrs. .Sam'Mavi:i!K-k, 101! K. Houston St., P. .1. Moss, south sldo Mnln plaza. I.ace curtains and tidies lit the latest designs, at . S. Maykii's. For the prettiest assortment of gloves, In silk, lUle and kid, go to S. Mayer. Large quantities of embroideries and edgings to match from 4 cents up at S. Deutsch & Co's, Spring and Summer huts are now dis played ot S. Mayi-.k'u. Spring weight Jersevs from $1 up at S. Deutsch & Co.'s. .lust received n beautiful line of ladles' and children's underwear at very low figures. S. Mayf.ii. Pretty ginghams nt 8, 10 12 1-2 and r. cents at S. Deutsch A Co's. Ladies' Bunting And nun's veiling at 20 cents a yard. :i-18-(it .1. Joske & Sons. For white goods, embroideries, laces and fnnoy goods, S. Mayer's Is the lead ing place to go. Lices and Embroidery. The largest assortment ever brought to San Antonio at J. Joskk A Sons. Misses and children's dresses In ging ham and white, Just opened and dis played, at S. Maykii's. "WINE OF CARDUI" for Ladles only, old by James Clavln end L. Orynsk l.drtigglaU Tho best smoking tobacco Is "Little Joker." I will offer to the trade my entire stock of hair goods at strictly cost, from date iUai-Ot S. Matu. Ladles, misses and children's Philadel phia shoes lyul slippers a specialty and every pair warranted at S. Deutsch & Co's. Only a few moro of the "Mother Hub bard" hats left. Call at onco nt S. Maykii's. Albatross suitings In new styles at S. Deutsch & Co. Tho best assortment of Misses and children's underwear In this city can bo found nt S. Maykii's. Hall's health preserving corsets nt $1 at S. Deutsch & Co.'s. Hercules corsets at SI W), sold every where for $2 23, at S. Deutsch A Co.'j. "BLACK-DRAUGHT" mokes chills and fever impossible. Sold by James ClaHn and I-Orrnskl, druggists. bargaTnToffered r W. Itradley, Laud Agent. Nloo ootlairo, well built, fronting eaat on Milan) iuare, No '006, offered for less than present en!. Now cottage, elegantly finished, T looms, one block from San Pedro avenue, tlflOli. Two story commodious bouse or U rooms, balls ana gallerloa, two cisterns, stabloe. eto., on San Pedro avenue, (treat bargain. Klgbtniom. hard rook bouso and two room so!) rook, fronting on'Marketand Press at roots mi nt! Cliio hall. Splendid Inveat- lit aero farm, within two houra rldnor tho oily, river rioin, six room bnuso colled through OMtfiO acres cleared and fenced, orchard of tlvo ncrvw, good well and cistern. Prieo Sii.OTIO. Slxnlrooottagoaln Ward 4, price 11,200 to 100 pat In 15 to 20 per cent, rental. Improved farinn, dair- farms, ranch proper. I oa with live stock, largo bodies or land In Tnvaaanil Moxloo. Iloiiaeof 4 rooms, galleries etc., with 4 lots. Nn.J.HO West Houston atreet. Two largo lota, corner of Solodad and Itod rl gut a streets. Two ulco oottuges, 3 rooms each, on Fannin stti-ot. Nice cottagoot 3 rooms on Aveuuol). Cottage ot 4 rooms, gnllerloa, stable, etc, 3 cottages on Avenuo II. Kit acres In Karnes county, on Hondo creek ft1"'?.'1' ' acres cleared and !l In cultivation 1J miles "outh ot Helena and 7 miles from Dallevvlile. 1 Ine Improvement, well grossed and timbered. Apply to J. W. IIhaiilkt, ll etf 403 Houston street. Cheap Column. Special Advertisements, Such as Wanted, For Rent, lost, round, Personal, For Salt, Its., Will be Inserted In this Column at the rale or 3 lines for 25 cents, each Insertion, Each Additional Una Id eenls. TANTKD A reliable man or Herman V nationality, for the position of bar keeper or the Casino association. A married man la preferable Morn particulars by tho under signed. I'AMw Eu Da tlsH, No. 8 Alamo St. BOOK Mtll'LACItU.-Any attorney having my rtn Texas Iteporta will pleaao return sume: name stamped on tnith page. 3S131 It. O. TnoMi-HON, Dovlno building. gentleman, or wldowor with children, whose attention would be required. Inqulro of Mrs. Ilootb, southwest corner of Uurlcaon and North Cherry street. 3-23 3t JLUMIllNO-Wo have Just brought, from . ono ot the best Now York hotiaea, a cotn- Imtont and sobor plumber tho only kind we icon now. MAunr 4 Co., Plumbers, Crockett fllock, opposite Alamo, STHICTI.V pure Louisiana molaasoa at the Ixjiio Star tea siore at 40 ccnte to HA cents per gallon. I will hold this good for 10 day t AI1KAUTIPUI, WINDOW is tho show win dnw or Mrs. Raffrol'a Itestaurant. No 4 w,-st Houston street. It Is renewed dally, and displays much lasto and skill la lis at range. town. Apply at I. II. Dibble's law oroee, over MorrU'stoto on Cotntui n-o street. 3 W--t A I.A.MO MII.I.INICIIY SfOIlH-AII the laloat atvles in sorlnir bats, honnota nml tlnwprs at Miss Hoy's, -11 Alamo plain. 3 13 :im carriage work, trimming, painting and wood work I also make a specialty of borneshoolng. plH'llinKUATOIt MKAT8-AII kinds or 1 Vsausages very tine at tho Hcfrlgeratnr mar ket, Hnua'on street. 3-U-tr RKMOVKI)-Mr. Albert Nordmaiin. piano tuner, has removeit to No. 3i Uollad street, telephone No. 378. 3-3-lm MAII.UOAD TICKKTH-tlallroad tickets 1V bought, sold and exchanged, deduced rates to all points, at Hamctt'a tloket nflioo. tn Sim Hart's cigar store. Main plaxa. Btf SCH00l. llOOKSPerirHHcals. magallnea, newspapers and all kinds or novelties, can bo round at O W. Baldwin & Co.'s, ; Com merco etroeU l-31-tf riABH PUIICHASKltS-Kor I urge ranches, O stocked or otberwlso. I'artlea desiring to s-ll enll on Hoaack & Newton, land agenta, Nu 7 West Houston street. 3 il-tf I.KIUSAI.K 12CC palr"or raitTataii below 1' cost. These must and will bo sold to maku room tor my new sprlne- and auuiraer stock now arriving. 3-8 tl A, Pancoast Be Bon Mils. M. A WEUIl'S ItKSTAUlt A NT No. 330 Hast Houston street, furnishes Drat claM regular m-al dally, and meals to order at all hours. Also leo-oroam, cake, cto SOtlra TOTICn Wewlllglvo special otU-ntlon to 111 the renting othnus-a. All persons having JlKNfl & OLASKIH. 1011 ltltNT-Tbe rock atom with wagon J; yard attached. No. 418 East Commerce atroet. To desirable tenants the atioro prop erty will be r nted low. (Ioiioiin & llailitKY, No. nosoledad Street. ovpoelte llotol Maverick ADltESSt: A K EH-Late or L-ird & Taylor's, or Now York, wishes engagements In tamlllca br the day. Addicss"O.U.." LionT ofilee. 3-lt-lt AUCTION BALKS DAfLY-IhlnnWigMon-day. Stth Inet., by llosack & Nowtou, Nu. 7 West Houston street. bis office 413 l'jut Houston street. 8-a-lm 0 OltNKD IIKBF-You can get corned beef at BALED HAV-Oo to HUdeabelmer & Wal ker's, on Solodad atroet, for the beat Sher man hay, at retail or by car lota, 3-o-lro -VTEW mioLlisAI.BTtoll8B - Thii-is it IX Kimendo, wholesale frulterora, produco dealera and candy manufacturers, aio open: ng a branch or their mammoth Waoo es tablishment at No 212 East Houston atreet. They seek a sbaruntlbe publlo patronage and are deserving, enterprising business men. They uro exulusivo wholesale dealers, and supply the trade at cheap rates. Call and In spect their now stock. 319-41 CJ 8. FLOYD & CO.-44 Commerco Street O. brokers In grain, provisions, K. It. stocks. Cotton. Quotations received every S minutes from Chicago, Liverpool, New York, Now Or leans and Galveston. Tradea can be made and closed any time during business hours on last quotation. Margin on it rain 1 cent per bushel i pork 2.1 cents per bat .-el; lard 48 cents per tierce; cotton $1 per bale; coramlralon samo as exchangee. Dally reports recelvod from the Chicago cattle market. 3-11 -.lit Now la Tour Chance, Itememb--r that Moesrs. Hambleton St Dlg nowlty have over 3U0 lota on Propeet UUI. which they will sell on oisy terms at trnm fso tolU)cach. 3-m-tlt Orand Concert A grand concert will bo given at Ludwlg Mam-ke'a Mission garden ar 7 o'clock to-morrow night. Also on Sunday afttrnoon at fi o'clock. Everybody Invited. 3-31. lit The Sensation Of the hour Is the combined fence, made by machinery, at 319 Houston atreet. It la cheap, durable and attractive. Call and aoo samples, and machine at work. pl2l-8t WiMiua 4 Elliott, Proprietors. Trees for Bale. Ten thousand Umbrella China and a large stock of fruit trees, arbor vltics, ahruhsaud rosea next to postolBce. Treos delivered free of charge. Notice, CiTrCoLLKcron'8 Orricg. March 19, 1881. All parties entitled to water for Irrigation purposes ere hereby notlllud to como forward and pay their water tax forthwith. 3-19 Ot F. C. Hauxuen. Ilorae for Bale. I offer Tor sale my Morgan maro D-'llo" gentle, .tyllsh and fast, ttve yeara old, HI lunda high. A apUndld roadster In barnose or a-el die. Can Ik) seen at Dunu & Smith's livery For ItenU . Largo furnished room over Nlo Tonrg'a book store, No, 218 West Commerce ttn et, LUlt Handsomely Furulsbed Itooius With board; also day board: 627 East Houston ireet. a-l.Vlw House for Sale or Kent, At 313 Eighth street, between Avenue I) and li. Inquire ut Sunset tlokot oilloo. 3-17-dt Calomel relieves: "BLACK-DRAUGHT" curca. , Bold by James Clavln and L. Orynskl, druggists. A Job lot of Swiss embroideries and laces, very cheap, at S. Maykii's. Kmbroldered robes. Ottomans, nuns' veiling, albatross suitings and parasols received In large quantities and now open for Inspection at S, Deutch & Co.'s. FINE SHOES: J.'JOSKE nfOurBhou Department Is the largest and beat assorted In Weatoru Texts. RxHrleuen ot many years has taught us what tinea of goods are the boat tor Ibis market. Wo keep all sizes an. I thedlrforent laata. New York and Philadelphia flno goods a specialty. J- JQ8KE cfe? SONS. ED. STEVES & SONS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER! LUMBERI Doors, Hash, Blinds, Shingles, Etc. Sr ?L,V..?uLa'd. oMaVu1 1 S A N ANTON 1 0, TEXAS 3XTlfl3S.T TO Til 3D SOLEDAD ST. WALTER SCOTT, Manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement. Office and Kactory BOH, 308 S. Laredo Street, San Autonlo. ."J"' roaterlal nowoiTored to the publlo for streets and sidewalk nann Ni-l-im c aaaSKo. per toot. Socond-claas Sio. Koferonecai P. Urooi Pre.l7en : ferraSSKiigll w'. : H. iWfcTreasurer S" Antonio Ubor aaaoolatlou. Frltx Hlpport, OeSiVo I " rM ura j- i' CITY XDFLXJC3- STORE. IIAOLAND CO , 1'KOl-ItIKTOHS, I)HA I.K1W IN Drnfis, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles,' Perfumery, Etc. Proscriptions carefully compounded at all houra. Ootnmorco street, near bridge. O. KC. MUELLteR, DRALER IN Paints, Oils, Wall Paper Window Glass, Mirror Plates, Artists' Materials, Druabos, and Everything to be found In a Flrst-Claaa Paint Store. Picture Vraiulng and Fin Sign Work a Specialty. Commerce street, tan Autonlo, Texaa. XT SIO 235 Commerce St. RHODIUS 3rrAgonUi for Knabe it Co , Now England Piano Co., and Christie & Hons' pianos. Ithlca or' gans. Latest sheet muslo always on hand. Call and see them. 2-18-ly OTTO GrEnLACH, Merchant Tailor, With S. Dctttscli & Co.. corner of Commerce and Main plaza. Kino stook of German English and French goods. Best work guaranteed. 8-Ti-Cm s rn-UM We have now in stook a new- line of the Latest Styles of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, viz: Light- Wtight Ottomans, Batistes, Wool Sattins, Albatros, Nuns' Veil ing, Damassees, Figured Foulard Silks, Striped, Checked, Brocade and Changeable Silks, Plain and Fig ured French Mulls, Organdies, White and Colored Figured Swisses, Etc., Etc. A Complete Line of French Fans, new shades, Kid Gloves, Mitts and Silk Gloves. Embroidery, Net and Valenciennes, for Waists and Overdresses. Our stock of Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries cannot be surpassed. Blum & Koenigsberger, 202 Commerce Street. FINE SHOES. & SONS'. 11 OOUHTIIOTJ8H STORE, San Antonio, Tex. & TEMPSKY! A. J. COBELDICK&CO;, French and English Milliners and Costumers, Perfoct nt guaranteed. Mourning, anil Man tels a specialty. All orders promptly attended to. A trial rollcllod. 405 Eaat Houston atreet. ROUYANT, Headquarters for Diamonds, Fine Watches and Jewelry. 874 Commerco street, Ban A ntonlo. f. w. McAllister, Successor I o F. W. MoAlllstor it lire., dealer In Groceries, Conntry Proince, Etc. Austin wblto lime, cement, eto. Goods rte llrered free ts all parts of the city. uTwest V,rV,tti1-. !lcor. South Alamo and VilllU street. Telephone No. lit. uiMlm