The San Antonio Light.
Thursday, April 17,1884.
The Latest Great Invention !
Guaranteed non-oxploslve. Will not
break chimney. Light equal to Fifty (CO)
standard sperm candles, thrco (3) gas
Jets, or five (5) ordinary lamps and three
times cheaper. Made In hanging, bracket
and table lamps. Every lamp warranted.
Agent for the State.
' Taking reference to our former notice
of removal, we now would most re
spectfully notify our kind friends and
customers the arrival of the latest
styles in Millinery, Ladies' 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
Soliciting, therefore, the kind pat
ronage of the public, we promise lo
I. MARKS & CO.
Jtoney to loan by Hilton & Young.
The best smoking tobacco Is "J.lttle
E. Singer & Co., No. 5 West Houston
street, hare fresh groceries, etc.
Ilnrnlsh & liner, from this date, -will
keep fresh strawberries. Ladles call In
and see us. -l-'J-lm
Our neckwear stock Is simply elegant.
I'jincoast & Sox.
Those who come to laugh will remain
to roar. Thursday, April 17, at Turner
Don't soak your bead. Money loaned
on easier terms at Pearson & Colton's,
Nos. 3, G, 7 and 0, North Flores street.
Save money by buying railroad tickets
of W. II. Baker, ticket broker, at cigar
stand Maverick hotel. -J-llKtOt
For choice meats go to the llefrlgcr
ater meat market. Telephone No. SCO.
Call at I'ancoast & Son's nnd see the
new style Fedora hat just out.
Look out for the drug store In the
Go to 237 Commerce street, next to
Nette's drugstore, and examine James
Martin's boots and shoes, a line stock
and can please all. l-10-2m
Everything fresh at No. 5 West Hous
ton street. No troublo to show goods.
Try the Bologna sausage at the lie
lrlgerator meat market. Telephone 300.
Railroad tickets bought and sold at
Maverick hotel cigar stand. -i-10-30t
All school children, not having tickets
for tha Orphans' benefit matinee, Thurs
day, April 17, can obtain them at the
door. Admission, 2." cents. Doors open
at 1:30 p.m. 4-15-3t
Don't you know E. Singer & Co. have
opened? Well, go there. 4-1-lm
Forty years' trial lit proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine In
Sold by James Clavin and L, OrynskLdruggtsta.
No head-ache or b:ick-aclie for ladies
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
8old Jamca Clavin aud 1 Orynski.drugg lata
High class Plymouth Rock, Light
Brahma and Langshan eggs for sale Dy
A. It. Hurley, 20 Soledad street. 4-lu-3m
The Postofllce Exchange barber shop
has been reopened by Mr. J. It. Foolc, a
flrst-olass tonsorlal artist, who is pre
pared to serve In the best manner all
who may favor him with their patronage
Oo to the Orphans' benefit, Thursday,
April 17, at Turner hall. This will be
the best and most amusing entertain
ment of the season. 4-15-3t
I'ancoast & 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 the goods
and tliu workmen to make as good a suit
to order as to be bad anywhere.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costlvcncss
and sick headache.
Bold by James Clavlu sad L.OrVDSkl. druggists.
T Lawyers anil Contractori.
The revised city ordinances and digest of
laws are now In the hands of the printer. All
persons desiring to secure a copy of Bams win
leave their order at once at the I.ioiit oillco.
Prospect Hill Lots.
For sale very oheap; some In good lo
cations for $40 a lot. Call and see Plata
at ofllce of Hlltpn & Young, 203 West
Saturday night, April 19th, for members
and their guests (strangers) only. l-17-3t
leap Year Hop.
The ladles of the Arbelter Vercln will
Slvo a leap year hop at their hall, Satur
ay, April 20. Tickets 51, to be had of
the committee. 4-17-0t
Cottage for Rent,
At No. 420 Water street, six rooms, bath
room and oellar. Inquire at 41S Water
They Have Come I
' And ore perfect beauties of new stvlcs
and colors, lined and unllned, and no
lady should be without one. What has
come? Parasols I paraBolsl! parasols I II
Who has them? L. Wolfson, go and see
What the Reporters Learned on Their Tour
Through the City.
Jumbo Is lost and n roward Is offered
for his return.
Will Lyons, proprietor of the Del KIo
Dot, is in the city.
H. Cunningham & Co. will remove
to their new store on Houston street in a
Soak anything at Pearson it Colton's
Loan Ofllce, Nos. 3, 0, 7 and I) North
Flores street. '
The orphans' benefit at Turner hall
to-night should bo largely attended.
The snow will bo a line one.
The heavy work on tho now Soledad
block Is completed and the painter Is now
putting on tho llnlshlng touches.
Tho marvelous feats of Professor
Johnson, the celebrated mesmerist, at
the Vaudeville, astonish all beholders.
In the Recorder's court yesterday It
was the case of Dan Wcden and not Dan
Weber that was called aifl continued.
If you wish anything nlcklo plated In
a first-class manner, go to C. Hummel &
Son, No. 270 Commerce sttect. 4-17-Ct
Tho trial of W. D. Ward for tho
murder of Hob Fly Is set for Monday,
the 21st, In tho District court at Castro
vllle. .John Trcadwell, formerly well
known here, was found dead at the
National hotel In Washington, D. C, on
the 11th Inst.
A turn tabic Is to be put tn'on Hous
ton street at the Junction with Avenue
C and the Commerce street line of ears
will then run from Government hill
through to the railroad.
Alamo Council 100. American Leclon
of Honor, meets every second and fourth
tveunesuay nigms in cacn inoniii. .loun
II. Coneland. Commander: William
The District Attorney nt Castrovllle
thinks ho will be ablo tosccttro some 200
Indictments against tho fence cutters
and parties for burning fences, conspi
racy to kill the Sherlfl and for perjury.
The Texas Veterans' association
meets in Paris on the 21st, and already
Die heroes oi tho cany struggles or ine
Stato nro turning their steps thither.
Several go from this and neighboring
Items Cleaned From the Hotel Corridors and
Various Other Sources.
Captain B. L. Crouch is in town.
11. L. Lone, of Beaumont. Is at the
Mr. II. H. Peel and Mr. H. F. lluzaril,
prominent cattle men, are here.
M. Ackerman, of St. Louis, was regis
tered at the Maverick yesterday.
Charles Peterson, of New Orleans, has
his mark on tho Maverick register.
Mr. L. B. Edgo and Miss Anna Bell
Edge, of Carrollton, Mo., aro guests at
Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Dane, Miss C.
Kendall. Miss U. Clark and Miss Dixie
Clark, all of Boerne. aro staving nt the
Mr. Thomas Watles, one of tho sterling
young men of Waco, is in the city with
Ids charming brldo enjoying their wed
R. A. Miles and lady, Mrs. M. A. Gil
liam and Miss Ada Gilliam, of Lullng.
and Miss Sallle Callahan, of Austin, are
guests of the Hotel Maverick.
Her numerous friends will be pained
to hear that Miss Awana K. Painter, of
this city, who Is on a visit to Mrs. San
ford Johnson, of Waco, is quite ill.
M. Struve's Lunch.
The celebrated Wiener wuerstchen
fsau6acel set free for lunch everv dav
until 1 o'clock p. m. Only the finest of
wines and liquors aro sold. Polite treat
ment always. 4-17-3t M. Stiiuve.
Fine Dress Goods.
The finest and most varied assortment
of dress goods, eto., can be found nt J.
Joske & Sons, who nro selling fine
double width nuns' veiling In nil colors
at 10 cents peryurd. Best attention and
finest goods can always be had at J.
Joske & Sons. 4-17-3t
While George Barrett was loading his
wagon with lumber yesterday his team
took fright nnd ran awny. They took
the street and ran into an express wngon
upsetting the horse that was pulling it
and running over it. The express horse
was pretty badly used up.
Enough tor All.
The largest assortment of clothing for
both men and boys and especially sum
mer clothing, alpacas, linens and all
varieties, can be found nt J. Joske fe
Sons, the leading dealers In the city.
You can find something there to suit'
you and satisfaction is guaranteed. An
inspection will convince you that you
will find the best at J. Joske A Sons.
Boots and Shoes.
At this season the question of boots
and shoes is a pertinent one and pur
chasers wish to know where they can
get the best, nnd tho most reasonable
prices. This can be dono at J. Joske it
Sons, whose mammoth stock includes all
grades of ladies' and gentlemen's boots
and shoes. Gents line calf hand made
shoes at $5, the linest in tho market. 17-3
Real Estate Transfers.
E. II. Cunningham to L. A. Ellis, n
piece of land, 4 21-100 acres, two and one
half miles northeast of Main plaza, $.").
T. W. Pelrce and O. W. Brackcnrldgo
to E. II. Cunningham, nine acres of land
on the west side of Alamo ditch and run
ning west 140 varas.
W. O. Langdon to Flora A. lllnes. lot
3 and southwest two varas of lot 3, block
31, fronting 10 varas west side Avenue
George Dullnlg to Katherlno Elizabeth
Krauss, east half of lot 1, block 40, front
ing on Dawson street, east side San An
tonio river; $050.
Joe Marowltz, striking, $5; Albert
Diggers, cutting Caroline Fielder with
case knife, $10; Grade Hollo way, Jessie
Rogers and Florence Eastwood, quarrel
lntr and lighting, $5 each; D. J. Morris,
falling to use odorless excavating ap
paratus, $5; Ed Heder, A. J. Dalton,
Tom Peters, James Cook, John Reagan,
drunk and disorderly, $5 each; August
Dublel, Insulting language, $5; Sarah
Lee and Eliza Bell, vagrants, 35 each; F.
A. Bailey, allowing horse to run at large
within limits, $3; Jose Hernandez, de
positing 111th at other than designated
place, Dougherty, violating privy ordi
nance, Munchlnsky, disorderly, Dan
Weden, vagrant, George' Barrett, care
less driving, Paecual Rodriguez, F. Ra
nilnBky, beating and striking, dismissed;
Lambert, violating privy ordinance,
continued to 21at.
Special Advertisements, Such as Wanted, For
Rent, Lost, Found, Personal, Tor Sale, Etc., Will
be Inserted In this Column at tha rale of 3 lines
for 25 cents, each Insertion. Each Additional
line 10 cents.
OOMS AND llOAKD.-A few gentlemen
con get ploasant rooms with tioerdutNo.
la Alamo street. vl-t'
YOU CAN rot a cup of good coffoo nt
Ilnrnlsh aiiaer's any hour. 4-o-lm
AOIIIIj WANTED lo work In tho dining
room. Apply t.i O- Henry, Karmer'a
Homo, IU3 Houth Klorcs street. 411-U
AVINO TAKEN Till! AOKNCV of J'rof.
Ilirtly's South American Cure, I w'sh to
Inform Ike public thnt I nm tho only party
who sells the genuine, and that these whi pur
chato ekouhcro aro purchasing Imitations.
Comer Crockctland Alamo l'lazn.
" ONKV WANTtfD and bargains offered In
111 thrco feet lona or land In near reach of I hie
city. Water, wood nnd gras. Coma now to
Hoaack ft Itowton, No. 7 west llouttou siren.
IilINn OFFICE on Commerce street for rent.
I Apply to l'ark Doc. MMll
LOST A (rent's gold watch chain with draw
holt nnd two pictures In It t also n gold
quartz link attached. On ono stdo tins tho
monogram of a deer standing erect. Five dol
lars roward for satne nt this mco. 4-17-St
r OSr Olt JTOLK.V-Mypugdog "Jumbo."
XJ Will pay a liberal roward for hi recovery.
ArANTKD-A servant. Apply to Mrs. J.
V Dobbin, COOAvcnuoC IS-Ot
BOItltOW JIONKV Ht Pearson lc Colton'a
loan office, U, fi, 7 and 0 North Flores street.
OIWi: TO HUNT: SU Chestnut atroet. Tour
rooms, gnllery, water In kitchen. Inquire
nt I'll Soledad rtreet, or 210 Chealnut struct.
ltcntSI2 per mouth.
rillllVllD-Tlie genuine Wiener Wuerst-
then, tho only Placo to iret them at No. 0
Et Houston street. M. stiiuve.
ITIUTUltK UUOKr.ll3.-8. 8. Floyd & Co . U
l: Commerce street, brokers In grain, pro-
tslons. railroad stocks. Cotton quotations re
ceived ovory 15 minutes from Chicago. Liver
pool. New York, NuwOrltnnsnnd ualvcstou.
Trades can be made and closed any tlmo during
buslncHB hours on last quotation. Margin on
srraln 1 cent per bushel; pork S3 cents per bar
rel: und 4a cents per tlcrec: cotton 51 per bale.
Coinmlrslonsamc as exchanges. t-U-lm
I OST Sunday last, ono child carriage cover,
J worked with nil woistinl, on rJoutb or
Alamo streets. Finder will plcaso return lo
A. Sartor. "t3t
CIIIKA1' FOlt CASH-NIco restaurant, doing
' a good business. In lino locution. Address
P.O. 110X481. 4.15-0t
SAN rnDItO Bl'lUNaB-I'artloa, largo or
small, supplied with refreshments, wines,
unislu and floor ut anytime, on short noikc.
I I IUDQUAHTl'.ltS FOlt FINU lll'.i:3-At
I I Louis F. rilrlcli'n. No. .t'l lllm street, near
lvainptaaun's factory. Young awarms for1
flMIU ALAMO ItESTAl'UANT-lO Alamo
.1. street, below tho postoulec. Is fast oomlug
to the front ns a Uret-ctd'j restaurant, where
excel ent meals ato furnkhod at 23 to IW cento,
or 21 tnoal tickets for $3. Meals lo order.
Chicken h specialty. In any stylo. Ico cream,
cakes and cotToe at all times. Mrs. Idullnrrord,
SECOND-HAND books bought nnd sold at 23
Solo Ind ttrcct. oppoblto court bouse.
ALAMO MILLINKUY No. 211 Alamoplnia.
.lust received, n new stock of good for
spring. Lidles will do won to call and ex
nminoftoclc. lhirgclns can bo bad.
LOOK O L'T for tho Drug Store In the Soledad
I ,M t?0 ItTA NT TO 1'AMIL1ES-Mr. Wllllaui
'X Lpiehas rtoponod his noat llttlo g.irJen
which tm been nttcl up In tieatetyiu. Ho
keeps cool beer, lemonide, eoda water uud
good clgate. Tho garden Is nlco and cool aud
la suitable for private faniIlio. Muslo every
rMmrday and buuday nights. Corner llowlo
nnd Nacogdoehcs streets. 4-lu Jw
PACIFIC HOTKL - IJOtl West Commerce
L street, Pan Antonio. Nlco rooms and good
mro. Hoard, per day, $1 60: per week, ti. 1.
11. 1'ctty, t roprlotor. 4-2-lm
PATENTS FOlt INVENTION Doslgns and
trado tr.arka. Pensions and bounty lor sol
acra;clalms colloo'od. Address J H. Dud.,
Washington, 1). C. Reference!,: lion. II. V.
Full r, Paris Texas; Hon. H. F. Dutllc, Oates
viilc, Texas; Herman IJreuslng, tsq., eanAn
tonlo. Texas. 3-23-tf
I IilEiSI'.l.lIOltSr & NIC D.YMKEX
j Havo renovated and refitted thu Turner
hail bar. which Is now ono of tho pleasantest
and most satisfactory resorts in the city, for
tboau whnaroathlrstaud wish to bo assurod of
fresh, cold beer, tbo very best ot liquors and
wiuea and polltu uttcntljn. Also u very tluo
lin of cigar. 'izV1
BUILtllNO LOTS FOlt SALE-Four lota
west Alazanereek, In block l'Jtl, at S15U.
Alo (S) two largo lots In block Ml; a splejdid
site tor bupdlng a residence, a bargain &t
STjO. Addreas T. II. JohuBon, Light otllco.
REFUIOE11ATOU MET8-All kinds of
sausages very lino at tho Itefrlgerator mar
ket, Houston street. 3-l-.tt
STETSON IIAT8-A full lino Just received
by A. Pancoast & Son. 3-19 tf
RAILHOAD TICKETS llallroad Ocketa
bought, aold and exchanged, llrduced
rules to all iolnte, at Harnett's tloket nfltca. In
Sim Hart's elgur store. Main plaza. 6tf
MltS. M. A. WEUU'S ItKSTAUHANT-No.
31S ljvst Houston slnot, furnishes first
etasa n-gulur meal, dally, And meals to order
at all hours. Also Ice-cream, enke, etc. SO-Otn
NOTICU-Wo will give special attention to
the renting ot hous s. All porsons having
houses to rent should call upon us.
2-2Mf ilElNS 4 Olabkik.
ffliill HENT-Tho rocic storo with wagon
JJ )ard attached. No. 41S East Commeroo
Btroet. To desirable tcnanla tho almve prop
erty will bo rented low. (Iohihin Si IIeiiubv,
No. : Soledad Street.
I EFUlfJEllATOlVMrJAT For tho "beat
XV meats, go to the Itefrlgerator market,
opposite Hotel Maverick. 3-U-tf
COUNEO illU!F-Voii can got corned beet at
Scenta per pound at till Uefrlaerator mar
ket, opposite Hotel Maverick, 'fry It I 3-13-tr
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORT.
Reported Specially for the Light by S. S, Floyd
& Co., Brokers.
(HI YOHK, APHIM7.
Cotton Spots dull: midland VHi. Sales TO
bales. I'uturCB steady,
April 11.17 asked
July , 12.01
Sales, bales 17,71X1
CHICAGO, Aflltl, 17.
Corn strong .., Kiyla
Mesa Pork strong U. ,7kj
Lard-strorr 8 4
NEW OHLEAKS, ArilILl7.
Cotton-8Kitg stcadymlddllng 1196c; sales
OX) bales; futurts steady.
Aprll:aked ., 11 Ci
July.. . ll.MVtll.vi
Deoombrr 10 GH&10.69
Sales, bales 2,2U0
uvEiteooi., Al'lllt, 17,
Cotton Spots steady.
Orleans , ri
Kales, bales )8,uU
Koeelpts, bales VXU0
American .... 4,500
. Futures quiet and steady at 3-0ldai-64d
Knights ofPythlsj, Attention.
Full attendance of tho members requcatod at
convention Tliurtdjr Right, April 17. lluslness
Keep the most complete stock of all
classes of Dress Goods and Trimmings,
as also Parasols, Fans, Hosiery,
Laces, Embroideries and House Fur
nishing Goo If '
Have just received a new line of
Alt-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.
Dresses made to order at the Short
Blum & Koenigsberger,
202 Commerce Street.
My Stock Of
a ootid ii completed. LadlcA notice the e peel di
ttos I am oiTortnff:
20 ricccs, all shades solid colors, Nuns Vell
Inff at 15 centu per yard.
2(1 IMpccp.nll Miaups. all wool, doublo width,
Nuna Vcilinir nt 40 cenu pt j Htd.
2.1 rjecen, all thnrtrfi, doutilo width, Lact)
It in tin al 20 wnU per yard.
An ItumcniHj asdortment of Black Oondn,
nuch as Plain and Luce Itutitlofr Nun Vul
lntr, Cuibmurofi, Platu and Ilrocadcd Silk and
fatln, and many other nuvoltlos, allot which
art nUVted very cheap.
1 hnvua pretrr HMnrtment of la'eht st) lea of
ceialiluatlon and embroidered
Summer Silks In nil ahudesutll cents nnd 0
centa per J ar.l.
0 pieces Rsnortcd, linpiuled nnd domcstlo
Olnghum must go tomaku itin lor more.
Call forourHeersuekeraii'l Linens, anil Icirn
pners; ynu win no surpriscil.
While Plane. Dotted Swim,
dlu Lhwii. Vletorla I.iwn. 1
IV ti It" Linen Lawn dou't buy until) on look at
Ml rnlrs U'omen'o Mutton Fhnes nt SI '0.
Ml pair Cl.lldrrn'H Shea's nt f'i it nts.
ftx) pair IUV S'io'm at S ocn s
IMnafnro, Opera, Tttllet Sirnh Hornhardt.
Queen VI. torl.t, (lent. NI'Min, 1'attl, and a In
nuim mblo lot of oilier ftIes too numerous to
lnl)oinrtlcaI stl I take the lead.
For IhH wrck I otter uneclal rirjvf In I,ni
dalo Cambric. liOiiftdtio Uumoj to, lllackstntio,
Waukean and La liolh. Oo-hundred pieces
very line brown Sen Iilaud, one yard wldo. at
100 pieces 1 -loath fd Ilolmavlllo ut 5 cents.
In table damask, towel n, nipkinp, crash a- d
otiW household irooda I stilt hld my well
earned reputation for selling cheaper than tua
cb cape tt.
Straw ECats 1
I havo an Immense lot of there (roods In
which 1 will not bo undcrrold.
60 dozen school hats from lis to 20 cents each.
bailor Nettie, Koufjh and Ueadyana others
1U0 dozen assorted, tluer quality from 30
I hnvu also 20 dozen of tlid Skipper hat, which
T otter at C5 oents each.
Cotno and seo them. They aro new, pretty,
stf llsh aud within reaoh of everybody.
win sen union uiuck sorflre irora 4 'O. up.
For boys, youths and men's clothing call on
me, for I s 11 you finer styles and better quail,
ty than any other houso In the city for the
same money. If you call, ask how wo sell
Middlesex-, black, blue, cbevoit and Drapdele
suits. Also an Immenso lot of boys' kneo
pints and boys' shirt waists Just received.
Don't forget to call early anil bo convinced of
tbo tho above at
G. B. Frank's
J. W. HANNIG,
Wholesale Retail Dealer In
Furniture, Carpets anil Mattii&s,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Kto. "
37 and 81) Commeroo street. Ban Antonio. Tox.
Horrors of Mineral rolsoplot;.
"I have been poisoned with Mercury nnd
Potash 1" Is tbo tale of thousands who wrlto
our nhyslilansln regard to treatment of tllnod
and Skin diseases, Hnd It would seem that what
they sty must be true, for It Is "with, ono
accord." if you hare been poisoned lu this
way or bavo any blood and skin disease or can.
cer. send to ub for Treatise on fliood and Skin
Diseases, which will bo mailed free.
The Swirr Specific Co.
Drawer H, Atlanta, Oa,
Try It Vonrself.
The proof of tho pudding Is not In chowlng
tbo string, but In having an opportunity to try
tho artlelo yourself, o. Schasso is Co., tho
druggists, have a frco trial bottlo of Dr.
llosauko'a Cough and Lung Syrup for each and
ovory ono who Is afflicted with Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Consumption or Lung Atfectluu.
Lentrsl Hotel Arrivals.
I) II Howard, James Corbett, Fred ltountcll,
Atascosa; A Setderoann, Now llraunfcls; Hugh
McDonald, lien McDonald, Jl rnes county;
ltlcuard Whllsctt, Carapbcllton; A H Alice,
Frio county; E V Ferryman, Fearsall; N O
Duller, Karnes county; 0 T May, llarksdule,
JohnM Flint, Mineral City; II 8 Horn ir, San
Marcos; M MoCcwan, Campbcllton; 0 Water
bury, Kcw Vork; J M MeAIpIn, Pleosonton; T
a Ilolton, J A lluckels, Laredo: It (1 Lynch, fit
Loulst V T MoWblrt. Captain II 11 lingers, Wil
cox, A T; Samuel Warner, Hutto; (Ircen I)o
Wltt, Gou7alo: Jamea llennls, I.tvo Oak
county; A Fleirfer, New York; K Langr, San
Marcos; Ucorge W linker, Laupln county; L
I Williams, AUsoosa county; W S Miller,
Uvalde county: A W lrvlog, nan Marcos; II F
Mooney, W T Bailey. Hondo City; C T Tom, P
It Turner, Campbeltton; J Nicholas, Ilcarne.
SPRING Jl! J.
Nuns' Veiling and Lace Bunting
At 20 Cents a Yard.
Lawns and Percals
In the greatest variety.
Our Shoe nntl Clothing Department
Special Inducements to our customers.
CONTINUATION OF OUR
FOR A FEW
The people hnvo appreciated our offer and have patronized us beyond our ex
pectations. In order to give a clmnco to thoso who, wcro wo unnble to Walt on
on account of the big rush, we will contlnuo our
Special Sale Till Saturday Evening, April 19th.
We have still 230 Sfcti's and Hoys' suits left which wo can offer at Sixty Cents
on tho Dollar.
WTOSLaJIF"0 dfcr MARX,
Corner Commerce and Alamo Streets.
ED. STEVES & SONS,
Doors, Fash, lilimls, ttkinlcs, EUi.
O. II. it 8. A. lUllrnaiTTreek. on ;
SOLEDAD STJ I ) JC0DR1,H0DSE
Paints, Oils, Wall Paper
Window Glass, Mirror Plates, Artists' Materials,
Drusbo-,nud r.vorytblngtnbo found In a First-Class Taint Store. Picture Framing and Klnc
Sign Work u Specialty. Commerce Street, San AutoulotTexHS.
235 Commerce St.
RHOPIUS & TEMPSKY.
tar Agents for Kunbo Sc Co , Now England Piano Oo, and Christie Ss Sou" pianos. Itblca or
gans.' Latestsbc'trausloalwnjennliand. Call and aoo them. . S-18-ly
OTTO G-ERX ACH,
With S. Deutseh & Co.. corner of Commerce and llaln plaza, i'lne stock ot
German English and French goods. Best work guarantccdi 3-C-Om
Diamonds, Fino Watclies and Jewelry.
Sit Counncrtia streett San Ahtoulo.
f. w. McAllister,
Successor lo 1'. W. McAllister
ti l)rc dealer in
Groceries, Country Prodnce, Etc.
Austin white lime, cement, eto. Goods do
llverod froo to all parta of tbo city. Lowest
prices guaranteed, inicor. South Alamo and
ViUlta BtrcoU. Telephone No. 183. HMm
JOSKE 1 SONS' !
Large Stock of
Is complcto nnd wo are prepared to oiler
oske &z Sons.
Retail Dealers in
Still nliead in ir.HkIng nil clifea of It DOTS AMI
SIIOI'4. CjiI nnd leavo jour ordor. Men's Low
Qua! tors inado to order Iriint ts 1't to tuou. Men's
Ijioo Callers uitdo from $400 lo S7C0. Indies' line
shoes made to onli r. Also children's. Men's boots
half-solodapd heeled wlilloyou wait lortldt) IjiilKs'
shoes bair-soled nnd lieeleu lor ,5 centK liny your
bont nnd shoes of tho iiianut.ieturer, aud save tho re
Houston Street, Nimr Turner Hall.
T 3 3FL JES,
San Antonio, Tex.
TIPS & PELTZER,
Cook Stoves, Tinware,
Paints and oils etc., 10 Military Plaza.
San Antonio. 3-0-Cin
Lodging. House I
C. Schiebel, Prop.,
No. 113. corner AvenueT. and Bare nth street.
VuroU5hd rooms to let by day, week ov month
at liberal prices. l(KW)m
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