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The San Antonio Light. Wednesday, April 16,1884. Tie Latest Great Invention ! ELECTRIC LAMP Guaranteed non-explosive. Will not break chimney. Light equal to Fifty (CO) standard sperm candles, three (3) gas Jets, or 11 vo (S) ordinary lamps and three times cheaper. Made In hanging, bracket and table lamps. Every lamp warranted. Paul Wagner, Agent for the State. FAMOUS! Taking reference to our formtrnotict of removal, we now would most re spectfully notify our kind friends and tustomers the arrival of the latest styles in Millinery, Ladies'1 Furnishing and Fancy Goods, as also an addition of Dry Goods and Notions in a great variety, so that we now are enabled to guarantee every one kindly trying us in prices, quality, style, etc., to give full satisfaction. Soliciting, therefore, the kind pat ronage of the public, we promise to please. I. MARKS & CO. SPECIAL NOTICES. Money to loan by Hilton & Young. The best smoking tobacco is "I.lltlo Joker." K. Singer & Co., Xo. 5 West Houston street, have fresh groceries, etc. Harnlsh & Baer, from this date, will keep fresh strawberries. Ladles call In and see us. -1-0-1 in Our neckwear stock Is simply elegant. 1'ANCtMST & Son. Those who come to laugh will remain to roar. Thursday, April 17, at Turner hall. -l-lMt Don't soak your head. Money loaned on easier terms nt Pearson & Cotton's, 2os. 3, B, 7 and U, North Florcs street. Save money by buying railroad tickets of W. II. Baker, ticket broker, at cigar stand Maverick hotel. J-llKWt For choice meats go to the Ilefriger ater meat market. Telephono No. aGO. Call at Pancoast & Son's and see the new style Fedora hat just out. Look out for the drug store in the Soledad block. Excellent lUtillor and food attention fur nlibed for good horses ut Ban Pedro springs. Go to 237 Commerce street, next to Nctte's drug store, and examine James Martin's boots and shoes, a line stock and can please all. 4-10-2ui Everything fresh at Xo. 5 West Hous ton street. No trouble to show goods. Try the Bologna sausage at the Re frigerator meat market. Telephono SCO. Itallroad tickets bought and sold at Maverlok hotel cigar stand. -1-10-301 All school children, not having tickets for the Orphans' benefit matinee, Thurs day, April 17, can obtain them nt the door. Admission, 25 cents. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. 4-10-3t Don't you know .. Singer & Co. have opened? Well, go there. -1-1-lm Forty years' trial lis proved "BLACK DRAUGHT" the bet liver medicine in the world. Boldbr James Clavin and I. OrynsLLdruvirlsts. Xo head-acho or back-ache for ladies Blio drink "WINE OF CABDUI." Bold James Clavin and 1 Urynaki.(lruirglsta High class Plymouth Rock, Light Drahma and Langshan eggs for sale by A. II. Hurley, 20 Soledad street. 4-10-3m The Postofllce Exchange barber shop has been reopened by Mr. J. It. Foote, a llrst-olass tonsorlal artist, who is pre pared to serve in the best manner a.11 who may favor him wit h their patronage Go to the Orphans' benefit, Thursday, April 17, at Turner hall. This will be the best and most amusing entertain ment of the season. -I-10-3t Pancoast & Son's stock of ready made clothing this season surpasses any they have ever carried, particularly boys' goods, from four years old up. Pancoast & Son have now tho goods and the workmen to make as good a suit to order as to be had anywhere. "BLACK-DRAUOHT" cures costlvcncss and sick headache. Bold by James Clavin and L.OrimM,drusrirtsU. Those desirous of becoming members of the Protective Association of Ketail Dealers in spirituous, vinous and malt liquors of San Antonio, Texas, are hereby notified that the rolls will be open for signatures at Mr. Charles Bchrelner'a saloon until April 30, 18S1. lly order of the association. 4-10-Ct A. I. Lockwood, President. Linen Lawns, The largest- assortment at J. Joske & Sons'. 4-15-01 Children's Kills, In alpaca and linen, at J. Joske tfc Sons'. For Sale, Cheap, Some excellent improved Jams, within two hours' ride of city, in Somerset valley, the beBt cotton section In South western Texas. Call on j Hh-tok & I'ousa, 208 W. Houston St. Boys' Clothlna. The largest stock ever received in this city. Ll-lu-OlJ d. dOSKIC iK bond. 'The Tvrolese will clve a errand concert at the Mission Garden' to-nlght.and to- morrow mgnt. JSveryDouy invited to eosse and enjoy fine singing. Admission umiui JO-iV n' Shoes 1. Shoes I 1 Stock, unsurpassed In. the city, at J, Joske 4b Bom. v- l-lo-ot IAI ! WBg 50-Candlc j Cawrson'sjjHp TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PROGRESS MADE BY TIIECUBAN INSURGENTS-ANNEXATION FAVORED. Threatened Shut Down of Coat MinesReport otOhlo Relief CommllteeWaihlngton Notes ind Political News, PiTusnuna, April 10. The Hint glass workers of the United states, In session here to-day, propose forming a union with the liliit glass moulders. Loxnox, April 15 Tho remains of Charles lieatle were interred to-day at Wllllsden. Tho funeral was private George Augustus Sails, Edward Arnold and a few other literary friends of the deceased were present. Maco.v, Ga., April 15. William Lands- burg, of tho firm of M. Wlsbaum A Co., and J. It. It. Danforth, entry olcrkof the ' firm, had a dliputo yesterday morning with reference to tho amount agreed upon for the latter's salary. Last night Dnnforlk went to the store, and without warning shot Landsburg live times, killing him instantly. Cinclxxati, April 15. Tho Heller com- mlttco appointed In February last by the Chamber of Commerce to receive and distribute money and supplies for the people made destitute by tho flood Is about to close its lnbors. It has received $181,000, all of which has been distrib uted, except $6000, whloli will soon be used, helping the poor to restore their dwellings. A lnnre nart of the money has been used outside this city. Mount Sraaixa, Ky., April 15. Fifty masked men came to Jackson, Breathitt county, on Wednesday night,;took from jail Henry Kllburn. white, nnd lien nirong, coiureu, aim uaiiKcu mem. jvii burn was charged with tho murderof A. M. Thorp last January, and Strong was suspected of being concerned In tho murder. A notlco was pinned to one of tho victims, stating that all perpetrators of such crimes will recclvo like punish ment. Kllburn killed eight men. ILtntusnuito, April 15. Tho majority of tho delegates of tho ltcpubllcan State convention havo arrived. Xo develop ments as yet, but from the quiet work ing oi me leauers it iookb as n me iigni will be made acalnst the Blaine element. which is In the mnjorlty. Grow will hnve no paitlcular opponent for tempo rary chairman and may possibly be made permanent chairman. The principal contest during the convention will, it is said, be on the delegates at large. Xew xouk, April lu. Advices from Havana of the 14th Instant say tho land ing of Agucro has caused feverish ex citement all over the Island. On account of the censorship of dispatches knowl edge of tho departure of Agucro from Key West and the landing of tho insur gents was withheld from the publlo for some time. The Government was mis led and sndlyduped by those sympathiz ing with Aguero and sent the bulk of troops In the wrong direction and Is now hiding from the publlo the disastrous encounters between Aguero and tho few troops ho met and tho rapid Increase In the number of Insurgents. It Is said tho partisans of those Cubans favoring an nexation to the United States are en deavoring to organize a league to work In favor of that idea as a great many Spanish are becoming converted to it, especially tno Catalans who, in intelli gence are superior to most of the Span lards who come here. Pirrsnuiio, April 15. A shut down of all coalmines on the Monongahela river is considered Imminent. The acceptance of tho reduction by the third pool miners has caused general dissatisfac tion and a lively time during the next few, weeks is anticipated. The opera tors of tho first and second pool claim that the third pool coal is as valuable as that mined In the lower pools and will decidedly order a similar cut. If they persist in this the fourth pool operators win reduce to two nnci one-uan cents per bushel. Miners who have already accepted two reductions' assert that they wiu not suDiiiit to iunner scaling oi wares. The New York and Xew Eng land Coal company deny that any trou- me is antioipatea nt tne l mm nnu sanay creek mines. Large majorities of the miners have accepted a half cent reduc tion nnd those who refused sought work elsewhere or were discharged. Washington-, April 15. In expectation of the fight over the Morrison tnrlir bill, to take place tp-day, members on the Republican and Democratic sides who have the duty of securing pairs for the absentees, were kept busy this morning in Beeing that the vote of no man should be wasted, and that all the pairs should contain the name of any advocate and opponent of the measure. Senor Bar rios, Central American Minister to this city, has received a telegram from the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Guate mala and Salvador, saying that it Is true an attempt was made to assassinate President Barrios, but adding that no harm was done him, and lie is perfeotly well. The dispatch also says there Is no disturbance or public order, that the at tempt to assassinate Is universally exe crated, and General Hurrlos is receiving congratulations from all classes of people. An informal conference of the Demo cratic members of the House this morn ing was unanimously opposed to any tariff agitation whatever. They Have Cornel And are perfect beauties of new styles nnd colors, lined nnd unllncd, anil no lady should bo without one. What has come? Parasols 1 parasols It parnsolslll Who has them? L. Wolfson, go and see him. 10-3' Millinery. This department in Mr. Wolfoon's store is, Indeed, a picture of beauty, and lust replenished by a new arrival of the latest spring fashions of ladies' untrlmed hats; also, new shades of plumes, tips, and ribbons to match something new, and which tho ladles will admire. Mr. Wolfson always anticipates tho ladies' tastes, and his coods never fail to nleasa them, for they are always new, and of tuo latest styles. J.auies uon'i lull to go and see Mr. L. Wolfson, on Main plaza. Notice to Contractor, 400 East Houston street, until April, 10. Plans and specifications can be seen at ttip above Muor, ur ui ins resilience oi oupen niepatnt No. 15 Otk street, west ot Sunset nuwngrr, Cheap Column. Special Adrsrtlsements, Such ss Wanted, ror Rent, Lost, round, Personal, Tor Sale, Etc., Will be Inserted In this Column at the rata of 3 lines for 23 cents, each Insertion. Each Additional line 10 cents. BOOMS AND IIOAHD.-A few trcntlemea can got pleasant rooms with hoard at No. a Alamo street. t-l-tf A OIIIL WANTED to work In thn dlnlnjr JrAVlNO TAKEN Till! AOKNCV of I'rof. 1. Itsrtly'sHoiith American Cure, I w'sh to lorm tliu public that 1 am the only party wbo soils thn genuine, and that these wh iur- chase cUuberu ltcspecuiilly. 431 Hnleiiail itrec't. or 210 (.'lies' nut an Kent J 13 por month. Wa1 FlTTUltlJ I1KOKEU9.-8. 8. Flojd & Co , 41 Coinmcroo street, brokers In irruln. Dru- tslons. railroad stocks. Cotton quotations re ceived every JStulnutts from Chicago. Liver pool, New York, New Orleans and Galveston. Trades can he made and closed any tlmo during; buslnc.s hou'sonlast quotation. Margin on grain 1 cent pit busbo'i potk 25 cents per bar rel: nnd 48 cents per tleri-e; cotton SI Per bale. Commission eniv as exchanges. 4U-lm AirANTRD. A h allliy wet nurse, white. (Imiuwiigea lllbupnld. Apply to Mrs. ltutb, IS Atcnuu"!!" LOST-rJunday last, one child carriage cover, worked ultli nil wottcd, on tiouth or Alamo streets. Kinder will plcaso return to A. Sartor -'JM". Oil HA I' KOIt CA8lt-Nico restaurant, doing a good business. In lino location. Address 1'. O. IIOX 481. 4-13-Ot SAN I'rJDUO SPltlNas-Partlcs. largo or small, supplied wltb refreshments, wine?, iituslo and lloor at any tlmo, on abort notlco. Batlaractlon guaranteed. WANTED TO IlUr-A small fruit store with Allures and stock. Address "August," this olllce. 4-14-3t HKADQUAltTBUS l'Olt FINIS llEKS-At l.uuls !-'. Ullrich's, No. 321 Elm street, near nampmanns lactory. loung si sale. 4-H-ot below tho postolhcc. Is fast coining tu thn front as a ltrst-cla'a restaurant, where excel cut meals are furnished at X5 to 35 cents. or zi meai iickcis tor . aieaii to oracr. Chicken a specialty, In any stylo. Ico cream, cakes and coITco at alt times. Mis. tdallarford, Proprietress. 4-12-lm Just received, a new stock of goods for spring. Ludiea will do welt to call and ex amine stock, llargalns can bo had. 3-22-3in goouulgais. 'the garden is nlcoandrool and lasultablo for prl.aio famllltr. Muslo every Bti'urday and bunday nliihu. Corner IPiwlu and Nacogdoches streets. 4-10 6w 1)AC:F1C I10TKI. -1X0 Wust Comiufrcti . street, fun Antonio. N4co rooms and good mro. Hoard, per day, $1 SO; per week, So. 1. It Petty, ruprletor. 4-2lru pAlT.Vrd KOU INVENTION Designs and WaahlmrUn. U. U. Kotirendt: linn. II. F. Full r. Paris Texas; llou. 8. F. DutBe, Gates vlie, Toxas; Herman Urcutlng, bsq., fan An tonio. Texas. 3-25-tf "HID MEJSEMIOItSr & NIO DAMKEN jh llavo renovated and retlttcd tho Turner luul bar, which is now onooftho ptoasantest aud most aitisractnry rosnrrs In tho city, for thoso whoareatlilrstaud wish to be asaurod of fresh, cold beer, the very best ot liquors and wines and polite attention. Also a very Hoe llneof cigar. 4-1-30C ilUILDINO LOTS FOlt SALE Fpur Into T) E Fit 1 0 Ell ATO 11 MEVIS-AII kinds of .LVsausnges tery tluoat tho Hefrlgeratorinur ket, lloustonstieet- 3-13-tf EAILUOAD TICKETS Itallroad tickets bought, sold and exchauged. Itoduced raieatoallpolnta.at Uaructt's ticket outco. In Sim Hart's cigar store, Main plaza. etf MU9.M. A. WCtlll'S KRSTAUltANT-No. U1S East Houston street, furnlkhes flrst chuM n gular mealt dally, and meals to order at all hours. Also Ico-crcam, cako, etc. 20-Sm "VrOTICK-w,w,"irvo special attention to xN the renting of bouse. All persons having bouses to rent should call upon us. 2-23-tf '?'ii5 OlJtBKtW. IOK KENT -Tho reck storo with wagon : jurd attached, No. 418 East Commerce XV mcai. go to tne it opposite Hotel Maverick. COltNED DEEF-Vou can get corned beef at 8 cents per pound at th llefrlierator mar ket, opposite Hotel Maverick. Try It I 3-lWt Dr. Ilosanko. Tills naran has become so familiar with the most of pe-oplo throughout tho Unite malts that It Is hardly necessary to stato that he U thenrtginatorot the great Dr. Dosanko Cough and Lung Srrup, tho pcople'a favnrtto remedy, wheiever konwn. tor Cough, Colds, Consump tion and all affections of the 1 hrnat nnd Lungs. Price, W cents aud SI. Bold by C. Bchasse & Co. Summer Silks, A large variety nt J. Joslce & Sons', Straw Hats I StrawHats I A large stock in great variety at J. Joske & Sons'. -1-15-Ct Prospect Hill Lots. For sale very cheap; some in good lo cations for $10 a lot. Call nnd see plats at olllce of Hilton & Voung, 203 West Houston street. Wind, Steam, Horse Power and Hand Pumps Of all kinds. Water pipes nnd iitttngs of all kinds and sizes, wholesale and re- tall. Hydraulic rams and wind mills, all sizes, for pumping or grinding, to be found or ordered at 212 St. Mary's street, next to Vance honsr, San Antonio. 1-10-ly 1 P. Cor.uKti, General ngent. Ginghams, In all colors and brands, just received by 4-lWt J, Jositu & Sons. All Wool Nun's veiling, in all colors, double width, at 40c. yard, at J. Joske & Sons'. The Great South American Cure, Tho only medicine that stood the test of a two months' sale in San Antonio, during whloh time 20,000 bottles were sold and received the unanimous verdict of the publlo in itsfavor. It cures Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, ChlUs, Catarrh, Kidney Disease, Constipation and all Blood Diseases. Solo agent,, C. Kuhn, corner Crockett and, Alamo plaza, San Antonio, Texas. 1 ClfiH Keep the most complete stock cf all classes of Dress Goods and Trimmings, as also Parasols, Fans, Hosiery, Laces, Embroideries and House Fur nishing Gfiods, Have fast received a new line bf All-over Embroidery, Escuriel, Span ish and Valencienne All-overs. Our stock of Kid Gloves for ladies and children is more complete than ever', every pair warranted. t Dresses made to order at the Short est Notice. Blum & Koenigsberger, 202 Commerce Street. AtLast, AtLast, My Stock Of Spring Summer Goodi Is com pi o tod. Ladles notlco the special ties I am ocrlnfrt 90 Pieces, all shaded, solid colors. Nuns Veil Ins1 at 15 cents per yard. SUPlPcor', all shades, all wool, double width, Nuns' Velllrjfr t 40 cents per yard. 5 Plfce, all shades, double width, Lnco 1) jntuiff at 0 cent por yard. An Immense assortment of Mack floods, such as Plain and Iaco Iluntlntr, Nuns' Veil Inir. Cavhmures, Plain and Ilrocaded Bilk and Batln, and many other novelties, all of which nro o He red very cheap. 1 have a pretty assortment of latest styles of combination and embroidered Dress Patterns. BOO pieces asortod Union Lawn, handsomo patterns, at 5 cents per yard. Bummer Silks In all shades nt cents and 60 cents per yard. TJ0 pieces assorted. Imported and domcstlo Qlnfrham must sro toinako rem ror more. Call forourfoersuckcrand Llncns,andloarn pneep; ynu win no surprised. Ml pairs Woraen'c llutlon Shoes ut $1 10, tm pair Children's Snnrs at ('" ci nts. MX! p.itr lU'jy Shoos at 3 con s SLIPPJERS. Pinafore, Oporn. Tnllet, Sarah Bernhardt, Queen Victoria, (Jem, Nl'sson, Paul, and a In numerable lot ot other styles too numerous to mention. In Domestics I stl'l take tho lead. For this week I otter special drives In Lons dale Cambric, Iinsdalo Humes' tc, lllackstone, Waukeiran and llelle. On. hundred pieces very lino brown Scu Island, one yard vide, at 7K cents. to pieces brown and Wenched I0M Shectlntr, verv cheap. 1U0 pieces bleached Holmsvlllo s,t & cents. n iwdib uamasK, towcis. napkins, crusn a-u Straw Hats ! I hove an Immense lot of tbeso goods in which I will not be undersold. GO dozen school hats from 1 to SO cents each. ttrillorNctile, Houvh and IUady ana others at 2.5 cents each. 1U0 dozen assorted, tlncr quality, from 30 cents up. I hive atnn SO dozm of tbf Skipper hat, which I offer at 05 cents each. Pai'asols- Co wo nnd soo them. They nro new, pretty, et j 1UH aud within reach of everybody. I will sell a nice black sorgo from 4 'o. up. I also nffer special Inducements In Linen and Lace TrlmmiDifs for ladle, misses and chil dren. CLOTHING-. For boys, youths and men's cloth'nir call on me, for I si II you Oner styles and better quatu ty than any other house In tho city fur tho sirao money. If you call, ask how wo sell Middlesex, black, bluo, cbevolt ana Drapdete suits. Also an Immonso lot of boys' kueo ptnts and boys' shirt waists Just received. Don't f oriret to call early and bo convinced of tho tho above at G. B. Frank's Alamo Store: J. W. HANNIG, Wholesale, Itetall Dealor In Furniture, Carpets and Mattin&s, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Etc. XJ and 09 Commerce street, San Antonio, Tex, SAH PEDRO SPRINGS. Tho United Btatea Military Hand will play, every Sanday afternoon. Choice rauslo dally from 3.30 to 10.30 p. m. Tartlet, largo or small, supplied with Refreshments, Wines, Music and Floor at any tlmo on short notice. Excellent stabling and wood caro for hoises guaranteed by 3T. ZZ1.SXs; Lcsseo and Manager. Mercnry nnd 1'otash Aro tumorous even whon administered by directions and under tbo rye nt a food physl clan, and when put up In nostrums, nttuu ty Incompetent peroons, are apt toprodueoevil consequences. He caroful of these poisonous mixtures nryou may regret It. bwllt'sHpecino Is not only preleralilo tt) these dangerous com pounds In the treatment of Wood and Skin di east's, but ellmlnatostho poison of Mercury and Potash from the system by toning uu thn organism and forcing out the poison through the pores of the skin. 'Xreatts. on Dlotd and Biln Diseases mailed free. ' Tin Swin BPKCirto Co- Drawer 8, Atlanta, At Ssn Pedro Springs The military band will furnish excellent musio evrry Bunday afternoon. Choke ball muslo daily from 8:30 to 10.80 p. m, i-l!.i,. vr - r. ' HI J. Now on Nuns' Veiling and Lace -Bunting At 20 Cents Lawns and Fercals In the greatest variety. Our Shoo nntl Clothing Department Is complete anil wo nro prepared to offer Special Inducements to our customers. . J. Joske & Sons. CONTINUATION OF OCR FOR A FEW The people havo appreciated our offer and have patronized us beyond our ex pectations. In order to give a chance to those who, were we unable to wait on on account of the big rush, wo will continue our Special Sale Till Saturday Evening, April 19th. Wo have still 250 Men's and Boys' suits loft which we can offer at Sixty Cents on the Dollar. WOLFF eft? vz-.fi.s:. Corner Commerce nnd Alamo Streets, ED. STEVES & SONS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER! LUMBER! . Doors, Sash, Illinds, Shingles, Etc. Yards at I. A CI. N. Itallroad Depot, and at i (JAM AMTflMIM TIJVAO O. II. & 8. A. Itallroad Track, on Alameda St. t OAIN AiN 1 UiMU, 1 ilAiO O. EC. 1&TJ-E1TJLJE1FL, DRALF.lt IN Paints, Oils.Wall Paper Window Glass, Mirror Plates Artists Materials, Crushes, and Everything to bo found In a Flret-Class Paint Eton.'. Picture Framing nnd Fine BItfn Work a Special t v. Commerce Street. Sau Antonio, Texai. a l.aeo 1MCXJ1S 235 Commerce St. RHODIUS .2s TO (-fARcnM for Knabo & Co , Now HtiKUnd Piano Co., and C bristle fc Sou a' pianos. Itblca or gans. Latest ho-t munio always on hand. Call and soo them. 2-lS-1y OTTO C3rEIT.IjA.CI3:, Merchant Tailor, With S. Deutsch & Co.. corner of Commerce ami Main plaza. Fine stock ot German English nntl 1'rench goods. Best work guaranteed. , 3-6-0m ROUYANT, Headquarters for Diamonds, Fine Watches and Jewelry, 271 Commorco street. San Antonio. f, w. McAllister, SucccfSortoF. W. MoAlllster & lire., dealor In Groceries, Country Produce, Etc. .Austin white liroo, cement, etc. Oooda cle uvered free to all parts of tho city. Lowtt prices Kuaraateed. SSOloor. South Alamo and VUlltaatreet. Telephono No. Ilia. UMoi L. I a Yard. Large Stock of" Sj Pl2SOJS DYS LONGER LITTLE BEE HIVE! 1EE Exhibition : RUM nhuid lii maklnv all cla'fcs of UOUTS AMU KUOK4. Cull aid Jcav )our order. Mnn's Ixiw Uuaitera mado tncrdi'r Irmn 13 , m 1010. Mel's Ualters made from JltO to 17fJ. Indies' line snrns maoe in oror. ais- cuiiarun s, wen s uonia 1 liatr-snleiand heeled lrhlleyoii wslt fur $110 Lad In' Ishooshalf.soledanl ho'led for T cents. Iluy your 1 boots and slioes ot tho manufacturer, and savo tho fe- ' tallcr'sprotlt. Houston Street, Near Turner Hall. San Antonio, Tex. & TEMPSKY. tips & peltzer; Agricultural Implements. Cook Stoves, Tinware, ralnts nnd oils etc, 19 Military Plaza, Ban Antonio. 5-6-Cin O S T O TEC , Lodging- House , C. .SchieM,: Prop., v No. (12. 'iirni.r Avenue K and Savento'street. . Furnished room, to let hr day, week U'moath at liberal prices. , la-a-ai rr li , ' W Oft. ... 'i.