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r up JR. TEbeHaliXl0bt Wednesday, August 6. 1884. I HERE IS SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE YOU I JUST RECEIVED : Another carload of the Cele brated Iceberg and Challenge Refrigerators. Another carload oj Mason's Improved Fruit Jars. Paul Wagnep. Barpins Offereft. Melng determined to close out my entire stock of DRY GOODS, To enable me to go exclusively Into the Millinery and Fnnoy Goods Linen, I now offer my stock At and Below Cost. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. COR. COMMERCE AND NAVARRO STS. F.F.COLLINS OKNKK.M. AIIKNT Wind, Horse 1'oiv er, steam and hand Tumps of all Mndi. Water pipes and llttliifrs of all kinds and sizes, whole sale and retail. Ily draullo rams and wind mills of all sizes for pumping or grinding to bo lounu or ordered at 212 St. Mary's St., San Antonio. BUILDERS' MATERIAL Of every description. Lime, Roseflale l-Portlanft Cement, Plaster 1'arls, Hair. Fire Hrlck, Flues, Sewer Tlpe, Bricks, Iron Shingles, Iron Siding, Sands, Etc. Also everything In the Tlinnblng line. J. BOWMAN & Co. Plumbers and Practical Machinists. 3 Tie above cut roprm nti the Walters' lty f. '.,"r.D'l.b'',L,"r or '' Bhlniles. un- itoubted r thn mm ti rnnf Ti,..v ........ Ihurmublj iMtnl by hundred. fu'lowlui: erj ' iMcnllnl point ii 1. Btorm . V. i TTJ1( wijnoui anj nm C. M. KINGLSEY'S, 310 Main Plaza, San' Antonio, Who Is agent for Southwest Texas. J, M. llnrANT-Memtxr rblcafi lloanlof Trade I and Merchants' UX-banse, Bl. taut. H. H. i Kl)TI Member Oslveston Cotton Kx- iH C, IT KINGSLEY. S. S. FLOYD & CO., -BIltiKKH IN- Grain, Provisions and Cotton. 41 I'OMHEKUK 8TKKET, c8AJf ANTONIO, ! ! I i TEXAS. SIS "Kateebr nerwInhM to LookwjoJ ft Kmp switjan Aawwto, hw. A HAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered by Reporters on Their Tours Through Town. Mr. George Alexander died jester dsy In the Fourth ward of brain disease. New llraunrels will be In telephonlo communication with Turner ball to night. Sir. Ferdinand Jlerir and Mr. 1. Madarasz have started a factory for baling hay by machinery. - The Sunset Jlase Hall club received their new suits this morning and will wear them In the game this afternoon. The live stock business Is reported as being qulto lively, and the demand for fat Kiock Is tar greater than the sup ply. The actual amount of rash In the lmmn of Mr. Maverlok, the Treasurer, (pro triii) of the Han Antonio and Aran sas l'nss ltaltway Is Sim Several new lamp posts are being erected In Han I'cdro park, and the dark places of that popular pleasure resort will be made light. A good move. A ptcnlo will be given by tho lleethoven Maennerchor and Mendels sohn chorus to their New Orleans guests at the Han 1'edro springs to-morrow. A meeting of the Hoard of Directors or the Museum, .Sclentlllo and Literary association Kill be held to-morrow evening at 0:30. livery member or tho board Is requested to be present, other wise the usual tine will be Imposed. The ltev. Dr. Lewlnthal and bis wire will this evening celebrate their wooden wedding, to-day being the 5th anniversary or their nuptials. No spec ial Invitations have been Issued Tor tho occasion, but nil their friends will bo welcome, A gentleman who lives on Soledad street went out last night and got drunk. Coming home this morning the tlrst act he commits Is to break as much of his furniture as he possibly csn. kick ing chairs and tables anywhere, nnd smashing his looking glass. Judge Thomas Martin, one of our well known Ilexnr county farmers, Is In the city to-day, and reports agricul turists In his section rather discouraged as corn has been cut short by the drought, and cotton Is greatly retarded, llonever.the yield of both cotton and corn In his section will he much better this season than last. One or our prominent young capital ists, and withal a llvo man.iaysthat the only thing needed now- to maku the Han Antonio and Aransas railroad a llxed fact Is for one or two llvo young men to take the leadership and push the matter. Iletays II he was foot-loose he believes he could take hold of the rond and build It, and this reporter also thinks the same. The New Orleans Quartette club early this morning visited the grave of M. Hlemerlng, so well known during his lifetime In connection with the Krele l'resso. Mr. Dicier, the leader, In n short address over the grave paid n touching tribute to tho departed and the members decorated the grave with flowers. As the Liiiiit goes to press before the last game between the Sunsets and (inlvestons Is played. It cannot say to which aide victory will belong. Of course Snn Antonio has a Just pride In Its own club, but this paper can say that the visiting nine area lot of the most gentlemanly men that has ever visited the city, and let them defeat or be de feated, their opponents and the citizens generally will think highly or llieni. Building Permits. 1'. Muguerza, lumber dwelling, south side or San Fernando street, In tho First ward, to cost SIS". .Tames Williams, lumber dwelling, north side oM'aio Hondo street, In the Third ward, to cost $75. Real Estate Transfers. Jasper X. LnngleytoMrs. Kilza 1'lerce, portion or survey 178, IWO by 000 varas, for SOW. .1. Aggie K. Ilurnsto C. II. Merrltt and Charles llnln, eastern portion of lot 0, adjoining Alamo Mills proper!)', for $100. Native Wood. Mr. Waller Scott, of this city, has re ceived an order from Mr. Harward lira hnn, financial agent or the State peni tentiaries, at Huntsvllle, for four cuts of mesqulte for hubs, and GO cuts of Hols d'aro for spokes. The purpose Is to make n wagon for the New Orleans Ex position, by direction of the Tenltentlary Hoard. Horses for Alaska. -Mr. N. Leal, the live stock dealer, this morning Informed n Light reporter that there was n man In this city for the purpose of purchasing from one hun dred and lift y to two hundred Texas horses and mares for shipment to Alas ka, and had purchased nearly the full complement. This 'is an Indication of the reputation that Western Texas has as a stock market. Just to think of ltl from the sunny clinics of Texas to the Horribly Disgusting. One of the most disgusting sights witnessed In San Antonio for many n day was seen on tho streets this morn ing. A white youth of about 17 or 18 years or age, was promenading the streets with a colored girl, black as the ace or spades. The girl was evidently enjoying the (act that she had made a mash, as she was looking around, gig gling and agllng all the passers by as the 111 assorted couple promenaded the street. That young man ought to be taken care of. A Precedent. Great credit Is due Captuln Khardeln, our Chief of Police, for bringing to a successful Issue the extradition of Mor rison, the forger, the first case on record In this city when a criminal lias been brought back after he reached Mexico. This establishes a precedent which should be followed up. Captain Sbardeln labored under many dllllcul tles, and It Is only due to bis tenacity and determination that Morrison Is now behind the bars In this city. Captain Khardeln underwent many physical hardships and received but little en couragement, but he came out conqueror New Suits Filed. The following suits were tiled In the otllce of the District clerk to-day: J. S. II. Wlnbush vs. Missouri Tactile railway company. This suit Is brought to recover $1,000 damages for Injury to stock shipped by defendant over the In ternational and Missouri Taclflo rail ways, the Injury to the stock being done between I'alestlneand Texarkana. l'laln tllT alleges that the Injury to the stock was cansed by gross carelessness on the part of tbe railroad ofllclals. Jtlnter & Altgelt vs. Sarah Glazier. In this suit tbe petitioners pray for a partition or a small tract of land, of which they own onn-half and Mrs. Gla zier the other hair.' The total value of the traet Is only $m. PERSONAL POINTS. Collected From, Hotel Corridors nnd Elsewhere. Max Wagner, from New Ilraunfels, Is at the St. Leonard. Mr. C. C. Linn, of Victoria, Is slop ping at the Southern C. J. Hutchinson, of Tearsall, Is among the arrivals at the Southern, Howard Hland, of Taylor, Is among the arrivals at the Menger. Captain 8. J. Thomas, a merchant of Center Tolnt, Is at the Central. II. E. Chapman, prominent citizen of Tleasanton, Is at tho Southern. Mr. L. Ullrich, or New Orleans, la paylngthe ltev. Dr. Lowlnthalit visit. W. C. Dougherty, wire and two chil dren, or Tearsall, are at the Southern. J. 11. Fltrgeratd, it hotel man of Gal veston, and his wife, are at the Central. Mr. James Tfouls.of the Dallas Her ald, Is In the city and picks his tectli at the Menger. Henry J. Ware, and H. 0. (Irlner. frotnlncnt stockmen nnd citizens of Del llo. are In the city, with headquarters at the Menger. The Grlerllrothers, tho well known stockmen or Wilson and Karnes counties, consisting or A. D. Grler, T. J. Grler and IE. F. Mrler, nro circulating around the city, nnd take their meals at the Central. Messrs. Taul Schelber, .1. J. Miller, M. Vanderbatiok, L. Melg, C. Stnllord.C. Schumacher, J, II, Dellcr, J. Simno nnd T. O. Leonhard, of tho New Orleans Quartette Club, accompanied by Mrs. Vanderbauck and others, are stopping at tho Menger. .Mr. llobert Tnrver, of Hrenham, n bright nnd talented young lawyer, no compnnled by bis wlfe,arelutlie city, on their way home from n tour through Western Texas, In a prlvnteoonveynnce, for the bcnellt of Mr. Tnrver's health. Mr. Tarver Is the son of Judge It. E. Timer, or Washington county, one of the most brilliant lawyers of the state, and at one time Attorney General. Travis Park Concert. We nre Indebted to Mr. Frank A. Hall, Director of the Eighth Cavalry Hand, for tho following programme, which will bo played at Travis Turk this afternoon, at B o'clock : 1. March from "Ileggar Student;" Mllloecker. 2. Grand seleotlon from the opera "Trovatore;" Verdi. .1. Watzes, Welti, Welb unil Oesang; Strauss. I. Potpourri Reminiscences or Doni zetti; Helnicko. 6. Gavotte, "Our Little Nestlings;" T. Moses. Reason of Ills Success. A Limit representative yesterday vis ited the San Antonio Eye and Ear In firmary, conducted by Dr. N. S. Hum bum, corner Houston and St. Mary's street, and after being politely shown through the departments and gazing at tho many sclentlllo Instruments used so skilfully by Dr. lliirnhaiu, wns permitted to look at the registry, book of cases treated. Among the names were some of our most prominent citizens w ho had tried a number of remedies and bad been treated by physicians all over the country lor their complaints, without success, and hnve been entirely cured by Dr. liurnham. While the Doctor Is n most skilful practitioner In the treat ment of eye, ear and throat diseases, he said to the reporter that he credited much or his success to advertising. Strict Inattention to Business. Tho corrlder of a summer hotel Is the scene; a thirsty looking man, perspiring freely, nnd an Important looking fat woman are the dramatis persomr. lie (trying the barroom door) Er the exchange er doesn't appear to be open. She (having appeared In n doorway)' No; the bartender has Just locked It up for a minute to go across tho street and get n decent drink. Boston Globe. Lewis Torrey, Chairman of Lawrence Democratic City commlltee.has resigned as he Intends voting for Maine. Voters to the front. Notice Is hereby given that n mass meeting will be held In Scholz's hall, In the city of San Antonio, at 8:30 o'clock, next Saturday evening, August 0, for the purpose of ratifying the nomination or lllalue nnd Logan nnd to organize a Illulne and Logan club. All persons favorable to this object, and who concur In tho Republican plat f rm adopted at Chicago, are cordially Invited to be present. Okoikik Pascii.il, Chairman, Tenth Congressional District. Ths Betlhoven Maennerchor And the Mendelssohn mixed choruses will give to their guests from New Or leans n grand plcnlo nt the San Pedro Springs park on Thursday, August 7, ls-il. and Invite all their friend, nnd the publlo In general. Plcnlo to commence at 0 o'clock, p. in. Muslo by the Mili tary band. fM-Ilt k Summer Resort in tho Mountain,, With good two-story house, gnllerles, out houses and Improvements, with an nbundanco of spring water, together with a good pnjlng grocery business, and postolllce connected. From 'AH) to 600 acres or land can be had. and tin cx celent outside range. A good place for tbe light man. 7-HMf Hiltox & Voi-NO. To Water Consumers. The water rent for quarter ending October 31 being now due. parties In terested will please call at theolllceon Sun Pedro Avenue and arrange. WaTI.IIW OHM COJIl'ANV. August 1, 1884. fM-fit Bueklen's Arnica Salve. s '1 lie Hest Salve In the world for Cuts, Hrulses. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Itlce Brothers & Co., Soledad block. Mrs. Calpln Takes pleasure In Informing her friends nnd pupils that she Is now located on Acenula street. onnoattntliHiitil.lln lllii School, where she Is prepared to give leBsons an Piano, Violin, Guitar or Or gan. Charges SI per month, or 60 cents per lesson. 8-1-1 m firms and rrm Unit Near the city, for sale cheap, bv Hilton & Young. 7-23-tf furoltar.. Ilought, told, stored or repaired at 401 East Houston street. ( 7-lllf Jellies and Preserves In wood palls at bottoui prices for cash. 300 Commerce street. The cash ssrocer, 7-SJ-tf KlUKCtt Abhaiusm. J. JOSKE & SONS, THE LAltOEST AND THE CIIEATEST Dry Goods and Clothing, Boot and. Sfctoe House I2ST OUIl OOODS AltE ALWAYS NEW AND AHE RKCEIVED V'EEKLY. CALL AND SEE THEM. For the Finest Display OF HAND-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES CALL AT THE CRESCEHT CITY BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY, In Prices and Quality of work, cannot be beat. J. H. MARQUART, Proprietor. No. 17 Soledad Street, opp. the Court House. - - - San Antonio, Texas. GREAT SACRIFICE SALE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. GALVESTON, TEXAS, CARRY A LARGER-STOCK OF PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, ACCORDEONS, Strings, Sheet Music, Etc., than all the Dealers in Texas Combined. If you wnnt to buy ft reliable 1'IANO or OltG AN low for casb, or on easy montbly Installments, or anytblng else, In tho Musle Mno, It will pay yon to wrlto for Catalogues and Frlces to THOS. GOC3-G-3ST & BROS., Corner Market and 23d Sts., GALVESTON. SAN ANTONIO BRANCH, 250 Commerce Street. Special Notices. Every smoker should try "Little Joker." Call on us for line coflees in Mocha, Cordova, l'eaberrv and ltlo. 7-1 tf M. Casta.nola Ss Son. Call on your way home nnd get a drink of soda with plain or fancy syrups, unexcelled, cool and delightful, at lllce Bros. A Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. 8.2.1m If you need a refrigerator, Ice chest or Icecream freezer don't fall to attend tho clearing out sale of these goods at Qregory & Co's. H-5-2t Wonderful r.fcht speedily euros eolle, cbolciu morbus, crump, tlux.diarrhu'a. eta, and Is tho Wl plo kll'er nnd ready rollor ever sold. Price 0 cents, at Kalterer'f. I will not be undersold. I will meet all circular prices on groceries for tbe same quality and on tbe same terms. Call and be convinced. Cius. Y. OnEKN.Oroccr, ll-7-30d 227 K. Houston street. I'epsallne. lime Juice, coffee, choco late, and all the fancy soda drinks to be bad only nt Itlce Jtros. & Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. 8.2.1m Leave your address at M. Casytnola & Son and you will be called upon foryour orders and will be promptly delivered. We meet all competition. 7-Itf Younir ladkt. your lovers would tblok your smiles luoro sweet and wli.nlnlf you would koei. your leetb clean and breath rravrant by usina- Orldontn. only 60 conn a box, liquid and powdor. at Kalteyer's. Harrison it Harrison, nttorneys-at-law, have moved their office to No. 21 Soledad street, up stulrs, opposite court house. 8-1-1 w Itlce Bros. & Co., Soledad block, sell the finest soda water In town. Give It a trial and be convinced. 8-2-1 in Mr, Juan Manuel Chavez, one of our most respectable citizens, has formed a partnership with Mr, Narolso Leal In the live stock and general commission busi ness. The firm will be Leal A Chavez. The friends of both these gentlemen are requested to continue their liberal patronage. 4-28-Cm rr Sals at Your Pries. Lot on San I'cdro avenue, corner of Marshall, next to the Bonynge's resi dence, by Hilton & Young. 7-23-tf Charcoal. I have a large lot of line cedar char coal for sale. L. P. IIorvsuNN. 7-10-tr No. 209 Alamo plaza. Emanuel Abrahams, The cash grocer, can offer bargains In wines and liquors; 200 Commerce street. Wilt Calsbrals. The White Elephant celebrates Its first anniversary on tbe 7th Instant, and expects Its friends and the publlo gen erally to be present on that oeeailoa; -a.3ST 03STIO- WOLFF CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE SEASON ! At and Below Cost for the Next 30 Days WOLFF ESTABLISHED I3ST 186 THOS. GOG'GAN & BROS., CHEAP COLUMN. Special Advertisements, Suen as Wanted, for Rent, Lost, Found. Pnonil, For Sale, Etc., Will be Inserted rntlHj"-lumntlheritof J lines for 2S cents, each Insertion. Each Additional Una 10 cents. II1 OUBH TO ItKNT-Et(rhtroora,two-iitorT roRDoriBible tenant! Also an etn-ht room ontvttnrr twuao and stable, rent $30. Inquire at 0)7 Kast Jlcuiton street. 7-Hf COULSON'3 ALDBHNBY DAIHV will de liver milk evenlnir'aas follows. Ban Pedro avenue, Auguitn am. Oakland streets. Aven ues II, O and 1). 1'ersons wish Inn evening lullkwlllpleasflsend orders by postal, quick, to Z. Mott, P, O. Ilox 1331. citr, 8-3t IjiOlt BALK A lot of household furnltu VII Kimlra street. 8- Duilalf bulldlof, coiner of Commerce and Alamo streets. J, C. llOWillP. J. C. HOWARD & CO., SAN ANTONIO MULE MARKET 601 San Pedro Avenue. Telephone 116. riintatUtmand Itiiltvad Contractor tupiittd on thortmtk. Mutt alwcyn on hand, lAb traX advances tnadctm ton$tgnmtnt4. ltEFEitatNOES Dr. U.J. II -ackenrldff er bank er, Auttln. Tex.; Col. Jno. Wither, Cashier Han Auttmlo Nat tun h Dank; B P. Simpson 3c 'o., banker", Eftnte Pass, Tex.; Lock wood & Kamiw man htakurs, nan Antonio, Tuxas: J, w, JtdMIe, Piettrat Negras, Mexico; A, A. Fucntrs Mooclova Mexico, 7-l-3m Ragland & Co., 8 Commerce St., DEALEIU IK DRUGS and MEDICINES Druggists' Sundries, Chemicals, F.noy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Boips, Brushes, etc., at uniformly low prices. Freaerlptlofii carefully ooa pounded. " 4-My CITY DRUG STORE. Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commerce Street and Sunset Railroad. ALL DIMENSION? OF mmm I XJ.U1U111V Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingles, Laths, Pnll'ngs, While Pine nnd lied Wood Mulshing Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Fencing, Wire, Builders' Hardware, Paints,. OILS, ETC., ETC. Heloflr In connection with one of thn UrfrMt mills In tlm Cttlcftsleu Hurion", we re pro pared to furnlih bill tit tho ihortpst notice. Addre'f all correspondence tj A. T. HENSLEY, MANAGER, San Antonio Lumber Co. San Antonio, Texas. I. O. lloi sm. Tclephono No. f01. & MARX, & MARX, COR. RHODIUS 235 Commerce St. MUSIC tVArunts for Knabe St Go , New England r&ns. Luteitnhwtmuito always on hand. Williams & Russell-, . (Successors to Soule A Williams) White Lead, Linseed Oil, Window Glass, Paper Hanging and Artists' Materials at Wholesale and Retail. 233 nnd -35 East Houston Ht. Hun Antonio. t6T Sole Agents for the Celebrated Averlll Heady Mixed Taints and Crystal Tlate Olass Company. (Succomori to Jsincs llurnl) Mauufecturers, IinporUra aud Dealers In Lime, Cement; Pinter Paris, Plaster Hair ', Until, Drain and Chimney Tiht, and BuitJtrs' Uai"' Gminlh., Mm, J. UUUUJ I JL U 11111 VI ! COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS. 6. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. ITEMPSKY San Antonio, Tex. STORE, Plana Co., and Christie St Sons pianos. Itbloa or Call and see them. Jlft-ly TIPS & PELTZER, Agricultural Implements. .GookStoves, Jinvmrb. " faljiU and oils etc., 10 Military FUm, Ran Antonio. t-4m XI..