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Thursday, August 7, 1884.
HERE IS SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE YOU! JUST RECEIVED: Another carload of the Cele btatcd Iceberg and Challenge Refrigerators. Another carload oj Mason's Improved Fruit Jars. Paul Wagner. Being determined to close out my entire stock of DRY GOODS, To enable me tn go exclusively Into the Millinery and Fancy Oood Lines, I now offer my itock At and Below Cost. OALIi AND BE CONVINCED. COR. COMMERCE AND NAVARRO STS. F.F.COLLINS iir.NKitAi. Aor.NT Wind, Horse Tow er, steam and band Pumps of all kinds. Water pipes and fitting of all Mnds and sizes, whole sale find retail. Hy draulic rntns and wind mills of all sizes for pumping or grinding to be found or ordered at 212 St. Mary's St., Ban Antonio. C. 1. KINGSLEY, BUILDERS' MATERIAL Of every description. Lime, Roseflale i-Portlana Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair. Fire llrlck, Flues, Sewer ripe, Uriels, Iron Sblnglei, Iron Siding, Sands, Etc. Also everything In the numbing line. J. BOWMAN&Co. Plumbers and Practical Machinists. il S.'VnJr.5.cut7;)'re",n'lh Walter,' Uof. In and Bldlnir W,tf. or Tin Bblnslfi. uii. lm.bllty the comlr.it roof. Tbey h.v.Ven JhoromhlrtMlodbf hundred,. Woolilrathe followlnir ery litem 1,1 uolutai 1. Htorm Tbe Mo it ntal root li . u- vdwii cm be round at C M. KINGLSEY'S, 210 Main Plaza, San Antonio, Who a ea-ent for SoutbwratTeiae. ). M. IliiTlliT- Member rhtoaco IlnnrdotT'ado anil Merchant." BiPhanso, Bt. liiile. 8 B KLOTU- Member Oalriion A'uiiJ F.i? chaoiie. A.I. HoiirKMr-Mcnbr New OrhHjua Ooiton Kicbaniro and Ciiiosiro lliwrd S. S. FLOYD & CO., HHOKEKS IN- Grain, Provisions and Cotton. 44 COMMERCE 8TBEET, il AJT ANTONIO, i : s Q TKXA8. ' -XZi?&?uLokVai:k K"ap SP RAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered by Reporters on Their Tours Through Town. Old man Chrysler Is out of the poor house again, his foot having consider ably Improved. The Sunset boys were '.'making mer ry over the White Ktepbant'a cham pagne punch this morning. The Suniet Drass and String band will give moonlight plcnlo at Han l'cdro Springs on Saturday night. The street lamp on the corner of Avenue Kand Sixth street was knocked down and broken last night by a wagon running against It. The celebration of the first anniver sary or the White Klephant will be held to-night, when Messrs. Kowler, Ilcrllner Co. will ask their guests to partake of a banquet, etc. The New Orleans Quartette and Beethoven society will vlalt San Fer nando cathedral at four o'clock this af ternoon, to Inspect the new organ, and will alng several selections. Last night at 13 o'clock, after the concert. Harry Pbwler, the generous young VIce-l'resldeht of the Street Kail way company, took alt the singers down to Military plaza and treated them to chile con carne, which was Justly appre ciated. In the Itecorder's court proceedings yesterday, "Mrs. WldliolP Is charged with being drunk. This Item has sain ed Mrs. Louisa Wldhoir.of l'resa street, who Ish most eatlmable lady, some an noyance through the similarity of names, and she desires the I.iunr to say that she Is not the person named. (Irady's Cowboys were out at the San l'cdro race track this morning prac ticing, and the boya showed considerable proficiency In catching cows of the very tamest kind, but this reporter la a little In doubt as to how they would do were they placed among tho untamed ntttlo ofthe prairies of Western Texas. Still Being Feasted. The New Orlenns Quartette vlaltea the San Antonio club and the White Klephant this morning, and at both places sang several songs and partook of champagne punch and lunch. Another Sunstroke. Yesterday at 1!!' o'clock, a carpenter named llasrnpluch, and foreman for Contractor G. Jtelman, was prostrated by the heat of the sun. Ho had been nt wotk on a building all the forenoon and was on his way home, and when near there was prostrated by the beat. Three pbvslclans were summoned, and afterwards he was cupped by Mr. Hlchter, since which time he has been Improving. Moonlight Picnic. A pleasant and enjoyable moonlight picnic was held last night nt the springs under Miss llcrtha Stappenbeok's super vision. Dancing was kept up with vigor until 12 o'clock, when tho company dls- r cried. The follon Ing are the names of lie ladles present: Misses I.ottle Hit ters, Martha l'ayne, Minnie Hunter, Salllu Tatum, Sallle Fatten, Julia Mudd, Ida Franz, the Misses Porter, the Misses Scmllnger, Mrs. Torter, Mrs. Vargn and mnny others. Building Permits. Henry Feat, lumber store, west of La redo street, In the First ward, to cost S200. D. Fernandez, lumber dwelling; u'est side of Matamoros street, In the First ward, to cost $300. James Stevens, lumber il welling, West side of Avenue I), In the Third ward, to cost $7(1(1. Jose M. Castro, lumber dwelling, cor nerof Comal and Durango streets In the First ward, tocost $3G0. Fatal Shooting. Hpeolal telcirram In llio Light. F.aoi.k Pass, Texas, August ".Tom Leakey was this morning about 1 o'clock, shot byltobert Dowo, InO.C. Howe's saloon. Leakey Was wounded In three places ami died about an hour after he received the wounds. The ver dict of the Jury at the Coroner's Inquest was that Leakey met his death by shooting, but nothing came out In evi dence to show the origin of the quarrel between the two men. Dowe Is In the hands of the police. Death of n Priest A somewhat sudden death occurred nt San Fernando cathedral. Father Julio Sojet, of tho Carmen Mission on the Losoyo, drove to the cathedral this morning. He was then fur from well, but directly after his, arrival was doubled up with acute agony. Dr. Ro driguez was speedily summoned, but despite bis attentions Father Sayet soon breathed hts last. It Is said that the Ilev. Father believed that he would die to day, and wanted to see San Fernando once more In Urn ere It held bis body. The cerllllcate of death gives abscess of 1 lie liver as the cause of death. Ofllcera Elected. At n meeting of the Belknap Hides at Arbelter Vcreln hall last night the fol lowing new olllccrs were elected : Captain ltobert Green. First Lieutenant John It. Creason. Second Lieutenant Win. P. Hole. First Serceant Hal Howard. Seoond Sergeant-Carlos Ilee. Third Sergeant John Green. Fourth Sergeant Hobert Hecker. "'m ocrKcinii .lames Simpson, llrst Corporal William Koehler. Second Corporal E. W. Itlohardson. Third Corporal John W. Tobln. Fourth Corporal Paul Florlnn. Secretary K. W. Itlchardson. Treasurer James Simpson. Police Report, During the past month the following number of persons have been fined In the polloe court for the offenses designated: Drunk and disorderly 23 Drunk on street 78 Ruling 19 Quarreling InsultlngTanguoge ID Heating and striking. 23 Carrying deadly weapons 12 'grants B!) Discharging firearms 2 Violation of sanitary ordinance 0 J lolatlon of stock ordinance 2 Disturbing peaoe 5 Violation of back ordinance 4 Leavlngteam alone,, 8 Cruelty to animal l Keeping vicious dogs at large 1 Interfering with officer...,? 3 Obstructing street or plaza 3 Drawing n knir , j Immoderate riding or driving. 3 Disorderly conduct, . . ,7,, 15 Contempt of court., ,., .. 1 Total , . , ' .,301 Total amount cish (soUectton..$l,TO " " a . 1 Boon you must leave for pastures new, There to test your enemy's might, Your victories at home are but few. Claim none abroad except when right. Let your record be as 'tis now, Free or lalnt, as free of sin, And as abroad the llelds you plough, Let none dispute the games you win. Let right be yours, where might shall fall, And honor govern each and every game. , Thin when homeward you set your sail, A welcome there will beyourfame. May victory stamp your Jagged route, And honesty mark Its every line; When you return we'll loudly shout, And welcome home our Alamo nine. CimmiT Hon. For tlie Lliht. inMemorlnm. Of comrade George Alexonder, mem ber of "Ord Post," O. A. lt.,dled August IS, 181. Itespectrully dedicated to his wife and family, by a friend. One by one they nra passing away, Up to tho light or an endless day, While our fond hearts throb with anguish here. As we bend In grief o'erour funeralbler. What Is this casket of earthly clny, Hut the form that owned the spirit's sway; While the soul thus freed from Its bond age here, Is soaring aloft to those mansions clear. Though death may lay It's bllthlng hand, And scatter wide our household band. Yet a day will come when we all shall be, United for nil eternity. Thy heart now throbs with bitter pain, At the thought you ne'er shall meet again, Though thy chlldrer., prattling about thy knee, Brings their father's Image back to thee. Let not thy widowed heart be lone, Nor think thy loss but evil shown, For thy Father, whose lovo no tongue can tell. Is forever doing "all things well." Adieu my friend; would I could pour, A sea of comfort at thy door; Could bind thy bleeding, weary heart, Or give to thee the angel's part. God bless and keep the forever more, While we dwell on this earthly troubled shore, When we pass from our homo and friends of yore, May we meet with the loved on that "Golden shore." MiflXOLIA. Safi Antonio, Texas, August (I, 1SSI. Military Matters. The following communication, re ceived with Instructions from the Major General commanding the division of the Missouri, "to enforce the regulations on thesubjeot, reporting, nt tho end of three months, all olllccrs who have failed to comply with their re quirements," Is published for the Infor mation and guidance of all concerned: Gk-nkkaij I have the honor to say that. In my Judgment, ofllcers who are required to be mounted should own their own horcs, and you are hereby directed to cause, throughout your division, the most rigid enforcement of the regulations In this respect. A rea sonable time (say three months) may be given for the enforcement of this order, hut at the end of that period you will direct reports to be made, to these head quarters, or every olllcer who Is contin uing Its violation and bring to punish ment all offenders, As It Is now provided that tho service of Captains with light batteries shall be for a period or three years, it is deemed advisable to cover their mounts by the same paragraph (1915 A. It.) that pro vides for subalterns serving with light batteries, and you will be governed In your action In tnelr cases by that para graph. and lnfoim you that compli ance with the provisions or this letter will be required throughout the nrmy. I am, General, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, P. II. Siikiiidax, Lieutenant General, Emanuel Abrahams. The cash grocer, offers special prices on wines and liquors for the next 30 days In order to reduce stock. I will feu for cash as follows : Good table claret, S.'o per gallon. Good sweet catawba, l0o per gallon. Good Hook wine, "So per gallon. Good Itlesllng, SI per gallon. Good sherry wine. $1 23 per gallon. Good port wine, $1 25 per gallon. SO cases (quarts) Mumm'g Extra Dry Champagne at $21 per case. Call before all are sold at the cash grocery store. Esiani'ki. Amuimw. For nent and rurniture for Sale. A neat rook cottage of live rooms, centrally located and furniture fur sale at ft) cents on $1 of Its cost. Apply to Hilton & Vou.vn. Voters to lha Front. Notice Is hereby given that a mass meeting will be held In Scholz's hall, In the city of San Antonio, at 8:30 o'clock, next baturdoy evening, August I), for the purpose of ratifying the nomination or Maine and Logan and to organize a Blaine and Logan club. All persons favorable to this object, nnd who concur In the Itepubllcan plat f'Tin adopted at Chicago, are cordially Invited to bo present. Ofoucip. Pakciml, Chairman, Tenth Congressional District. To Water Consumers. The water rent for quarter ending October 31 being now due, parties In terested will please call at the olllce on San Pedro Avenue nnd arrange. Watfjiwoiiks COHl'AXr. August 1, 1881. 8-4-ct Bucklen's Arnica salts. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, pores. Ulcers, Salt liheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allSkln 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 Klco llrothers & Co., Soledad blook. Mrs. Galpln Takes pleasure In informing her friends nnd pupils that sho Is now located on Acequla street, opposite the publlo High School, where she Is prepared to give lessons an Piano, Violin, Guitar or Or gan. Charges $1 per month, or 50 cents per lesson. 8-l-lm Farms and Term Land Near the city, for sale cheap, by Hilton & Young. 7-23-tf Furniture. llought, sold, stored or repaired at 401 Jellies and Preserves In wood palld at bottom prices for cash, 208 Commerce street. TJie cash grocer, 7r23-tf EiukuklAbbahaiis. J. JOSKE & SONS, THE LAHQKST AND THE CHEAPEST Dry Goods and Clothing, Boot and Slioe House IiT S-SJST 3Sr 03STIO. OUIt GOODS AltE ALWAYS NEW AND AHE HECEIVED WEEKLY. CALL AND SEE THEM. For the Finest Display OF HAND-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES CALL AT THE CRESCENT 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. ' i THOS. G-OGGAN & BROS., : GALVESTON, TEXAS, - - - - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. CARRY A LARGER STOCK OF PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, ACCORDEOS, Strings, Sheet Music, Etc., than all the Dealers in Texas Combined. If you want to buy a reliable PIANO or OHOAN low for cash, or on easy monthly Installments, or anything cUo In the Musle Lino, it will pay you to write for Catalogues and Prices to THOS. OOOG-AJNT &c 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 coffees In Jlocha, Cordova, Peaberrr and Itlo. 7-ltf il. Castjinola & Sox. Call on your way home and get a drink of soda with plain or fancy syrups, unexcelled, cool and delightful, at lilce Bros, & Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. 8.2.1m Wonderful Kltrtit speedily cures eollc, cbnlora morbus. craiM", tlux.dlarrbfca. ela, andletbo beat p.ln killer end ready relief ever sold, rrlco SO ocnle, at KatteTer'a. Pepsallne, lime. Juice, ooOee, choco late, and all the fancy soda drinks to be had only at ltlce liros. & Co.'s drug atore, Soledad block. 8.2.1 in Leave your address at M. Castanola & Son and you will be called upon foryour orders and will be promptly delivered. We meet all competition. 7-ltf Young ladle, your lovers would think your amllea more awoet and wlonlnr It you would keep your teetb clomi and breath irasrant by ualntr Orldontn. nnlv fiO ecDta a box.lWuld and powder, at Kalteyer'e. Harrison & Harrison, attorneys-at-law, have moved their olllce to No. 21 Soledad street, tip stairs, opposite court house. 8-1-lw Rice llros. Co., Soledad block, sell the finest soda wnter In town. Give It a trial and be convinced. 8-2-lm Mr. Junn llanuel Chavez, one of our most respectable citizens, has formed a partnership wlthMr.NaroisoLealln the live stock and general commission busi ness. The tlrm will be Leal it Chavez. The friends of both these gentlemen are requested to continue their liberal patronage. 4-2S-Cm Far Sale at Yeur Price. Lot on San Pedro avenue, corner of Marshall, next to the Uonynge's resi dence, by Hilton A Young. 7-23-tf Charcoal. I have a large lot of fine cedar char coal for sale. L. F. IIomiiNN. 7-ltMf No. 209 Alamo plaza. Emanuel Abrahams, The cash grocer, can offer bargains in wines nnd liquors; 200 Commerce street. Will Celebrate. The White Elephant celebrates Its first anniversary on tbe 7th Instant, nnd expeots Its friends and tbe publlo gen erally to be present on that occasion. A Summer Resort In the Mountains, With good twMtory house, galleries, out houses and improvements, with an abundance of spring water, together with a good paying grocery business, and postoftloo connected. From 200 to COO acres of land can be had, and an ex oelent outside range. A good place for the right man, 7-19-tf IltttoH ft Yovsa. .WOLFF CLOSING OUT SALE At and Below Cost for the Next 30 Days WOLFF ESTABLISHED 1 1ST 1866. CHEAP COLUMN. Speclil Advertisements, Sucn as Win ted, For Rent. Last, Found, Penon il, For Silo, Elc, Will b Inserted In this "lumn at the rite of 3 lines for 25 cents, eteh Insertion. Each Additional Una 10 cents. H OUSKTO UFNT-Elirhtrooron.two-etory brick. aT4iu cittern, bath room. Low rent ion responsible tenant, aim an eng-nt room one-it nry house and stablo, rent $30, Inquire at 627 East IKuiton street. 7--J-lf FIU3TCJ.A83 brewer with Kood refer encee wants situation In a town or coun try. Address 'T. U.." tbU ottlce. a-7-tt 1710 U BALK A pentle saddle and bun ay ! boiseaiJlT Madison street. 8-7-3t COtJLSON'S ALDEUNBV DAIUV will de llver tnlik evening' aa follows i San Pedro avenue, August ana Oak laud streets, Ave n UfS II, O and l. Persons wlsblnjr. evening milk will pleasA tend order by postal, quick, to Molt, p. U. Xlox Ml. city. 8 -4-at FOU KENT AND FUHNITUUR FOU SALE A neat rock cottage of live rooms non t rally locatodand furniture for sale at &0cent on a dollar of Its cost. Apply to Hilton Jfc irNIOHTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. & IVtnteia every Thursday at H p. m. Castle In Uuilnlg building, corner of Commerce and Alamo street. J. C. HOWARD. J. C. HOWAED & CO., SAN ANTONIO MULE MARKET 601 San Pedro Avenue Telephone 116. 11a)tattontand RjQroad Oontractort supplied on eftorf notice. Midctalwaviontond. Lib eral advance made on coiuitpimcnt$. llErEitENCta-Dr K.J. Tl nek on ridge, bank er, Austin. Tel. I Col. Jno. Wither, Csblertan Antonio National Hank; S P. Simpson & ti., banker, KaaloPasa, Tex.t Lock wood & Kamp mann, tanker. tau Antonio, Texas: J. v, Hl.tci If, iMerira Negus, Meilco; A. A. Fuentce Monclova. Mexico. 7-l-3m Ragland & Co., 8 Commerce St., D CALEBS lit DRUGS and MEDICINES Druggists' Sundries, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, etc., at. uniformly low prices. Prescriptions carefully com pounded.-: 4-29-ly a Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commorco Street and Sunset Railroad. AM. DIMENSION'S OF Lite, Frail Her, Mil, Flooring, Celling, Fenolng, Shingles, Laths, Palings, While Pine and lied Wood Finishing Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Fencing, Wire, Builders' Hardware, Paints, OILS, BTTC., ETC. llctnr in connection with one of tbe Urgrst mil It la tho Calcnilou Htjrion, wo are pro pared to furnish bills at the ihortest notice. Adlret all corrof pondenco t-j A. T. HENSLEY, MANAGER, San Antonio Lumbor Co. ... San Antonio, Texas. P.O. IloxatS. Telephone No. Cut. & MARX, OF THE SEASON ! & MARX, COR. RHODIUS 235 Commerce St. MUSIC tarAarnta ror Knabo 4 Co , New ISnirland l'lano Co., and Cbrlstlo 1 Bout" pTanbe. Itblut or tana. iJiteat ehesot mualoalwaya on band. Call and ace them. 2-Ifl-ly Williams & Russell, (Successors to Soule Williams) ' White Lead, Linseed Oil, Window Glass, Paper Hanging and Artists' Materials at Wholesale and Retail. 1233 anil 235 Knot Houston Bt.Sun Antonio, 8ST Sole Agents for the Celebrated Averlll Heady Mixed Palnti and Crystal Plato Glass Company. (Succossnrs to Jamee Duma) Manufnoturera, Iiuportera d1 ! n.nlara In - Lime, Cement Plaster Paris, Plaster Hair ', ' y and JlultJtrs' Mattria I Centrally, ' ! COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS. I TEMPS KY San Antonio, Tex. STORE, TIPS & FELTZER, Agricultural' Implements. Cook Stoves, Timvarb, ' I IUbI. uul 3fcft .i la Ulllf.n. I1. Stm. ' ? JmbQ ti