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-sday. August 28.18847
Always in the Lead ! Now Is your llmo to buy. Wishing to make room for our fall stock, we olTcrnll styles of refrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Coolers, etc., At Cost. PAUL WAGNER. HACK OWNERS ASSOCIATION. TELEPHONE NUMBER 616. Open Jay and night List ur Okneiis. Nimnrii or IUf us. W.lt.Biorr U.H.4J tarter & Mullalr 40. 41, 12. M. 05. tl J H. Martin Co Dunn, HmllhiCi 1.7 lienrstrom lleunla. in, II, '2. 13, 14, 13, Frits Htelner. .. . ttt,5I,t2.M,M Thomas Muldoon .. 32.X1.34 Mar Foster ... K, TJ, Tt A. 0. Smith "M7 O.T. Smith -4 Joseph Fuller.. !4 John McUuihlla 3 John Mead 1.,M,GI.C7 Cbarlea Johnson 10. 17, Is, tl Dan Weber 7, CD lloocrt WtM 80 J oo Manrcr 31. S Thlt sssoclat on holds Itself responsible for the action of any ilrlver who mar be drlvlng anr ot theakore enumerated number of back, and deem It a tarur from the riding; publlo when thoy report any misconduct or oter-t-banrce on part of drivers. All hacke whoso numbt n do not appear In the above do not be long to 4tla astoclatlon. All coinplalnta must be made to the Hoard of Directors through the Secretary. W. R. STORY, President. O. W. DUNN, Secretary. BUILDERS' MATERIAL Of every description. Lime, Sosetlale i-Fortlantl Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, 'lre Ilrlck, Flues, Sewer 1'lpo, Bricks, Iron Shingles, Iron Siding, gandt, Kto. Also everything In the Plumbing line. J. BOWMAN & Co. Plumbers and Practical Machinists. The above cut rcpruaenU tho Waltcra Hio f Iiijt an! biJliig l'uic. or 'ln Hblojr.ra, un doubtedly tho onmlntc roof, Tncy live bien Tbemauornamentaliwf inexUtt-ncc. & Can no Uken off and rcUld without any wm e. Tb is yood can tw found at C. M. KINGLSEY'S, 3 10 Main Plaza, San Antonio, Who liatent tor SjuthwcsiTeias. J. c. IIOWAItl". K. IIOWlllll. J. C. HOWARD & CO., SAN ANTONIO MULE MARKET 601 San Pedro Avenue. Telephone 116. IHintat fan and Ihttnml QmtrtulM tvjuMal on t3ui notice, Huh atway on UmuL Ltt trat advance inculcon ronlunmtntt. IlErtiiENrKH !ir H.J, n-nkerl'l(rp, bunk it, Auitln, Tex.; Col. J no. Will it, C-tlilor bin Antonio Nation) JUnk; B I1. Slmpnou & Co., banker. KMlerafa, Tex t Lockwood St Kainp mann, nunkert, Pan Antonio, Teia?: J. w. maoii'ieflraaNcirriii, Mexico; A-A ruenti'f Moorlova ilex loo, Ragland 4 Co., 8 Commerce St., DRUGS and MEDICINES Druggists' Sundries, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Ferfuwery, Soapi, Brushes, etc, at uniformly low prices; Preterlptlons carefully com pounded. 29-ly GITI DRUG STORE,: PERSONAL POINTS. Collected From Hotel Corridors and Elsewhere. Jlr. Albert Frledrlch lefl last evening for St. Louis. ilr. .1.11. i:i wood and ttlfe left this morning for Dallas. II. T. Ilaldtvln, of Mexico, Is sojourn ing at tho St. Leonard, Sir. .1. 1.. Dupont, pottninlter of Warbler, la In town, 8n 11. Children, a merchant of Gnlll nat, it at I be Central. 8. ,1 Obcndraln and family, from New Mexico, are at the Central. 1). V. ltogers,nrnnchman of Atascosa county, is m me eoutnern. W. .1, ltlcbardson, a banker of San i Marcos, Is nt the Southern. I l . .1. MoDanlels Is In the city, lie Is stopping nt the St. Leonard. 1 Foster Polllti, of Handera county, la I cooling oil nt the St. Leonard. I V. W. Jonrs, of Ileevlllc, Is nuto- graphed at the St. Leonard. . George IYcnlTer, Jr., a lumber mer hant, of Cotulla, Is at the Central. I Lieutenant II. F. Kendall, United Slates army, Is nt the Mengcr. Mrs. Once and child and MlssUherson, of Center Point, stop nt tbe Central. , 1". (luycdnn, a merchant and sheep man of San Diego, Is nt the Southern. Mr. A. K. Lipscomb Is In the city from llocrne, nml Is n guest at the Maverick. A. I!. Campbell, a prominent Calves Ionian, Is nt the .Monger with Ids fnmlly. F. II. Lohmann, of lloerne, la In the ' city. He Is quartered nt the St. Leonard. , P.. W. Hates and wife and Mrs. Modes to Torres nnd children, of Fort Stockton, I are nt the Central. I Colonel It. F. Ilrrnard, I'nlled States army, daughter nnd son, from Fort Clark, are nt the Mengcr. U. dray, of tbe postal sen Ice. be tween Laredo and Corpus Chrlstl, la In the city fur medical treatment. Mr. Antonio narcla, a prominent citi zen and customs olllcer at I'ledras Ne gras, Mexico, Is nt the Mcnger with his family. Mr. Carl Groos leaves to-day with a number of young ladles, Including bis daughters, to escort ttiem to n seminary In llourbon county, Kentucky. New Cases, The following are the new cases Hied In the District court since the last re port In the Liuin : I. 1'. I.lnnarfz . International and Great Northern railway; trespass to try title and for damages. It. K. ntul F. II. 'I'htirbcr A Co. vs. A. Ilnnsl; suit on sworn account. 1'ntrlck McKernnu vs. International and Great Northern and Missouri Pnrllle railway; damages. William Dennett et al. vs. John Eck ford et al ; Milt on note and lit foreclose lien. San Antonio National bank vs. Jacob Seiners and Kd Llndabl; suit on note. Augustn Horn et nl. vs. Gustnv Koss nick et al.; suit to try title and for dam ages. William Prescott, assignee, vs. T. P. McCall et al.; damages; three cases. F. M. Itowo vs. T. II. Zanderson, suit on account and for damages. Nancy J. Vlles vs. Lualen Vllcs and John AntMIn, divorce and Injunction. Jacob Mnrv, vs. Paul nnd lien Asher, damages. Susan M. Sledge s. Turner Sledge, divorce. Hugo & Scbmelt7er vs. John Grllllth and W. A. Scott, suit on note. LnndaAllro., vs. I.nbntt Co., suit on account,. F. Wage.ifuhr vs. Joseph ("otulla et nt., ault on note. Ice Factory t. I). M. Krnuse, suit on account. K. C. Long vs. P. Warner and F. W. Tbommell, suit on notes nnd to fore close lien. Itebecen Weir vn. Albert Weir, di vorce. Hall & Itucbell vn. A. Nette, suit on account. W. Perkins vs. L. II. Lambert, appeal from Justice's court. S. P. .Maury & Co. vs. George Findley & Son, appeal from Justice's court. II. Faust vs. A. II. Illondln, appeal from Justice'! court. Mrs. J. P. like nnd husband vs. Mrs. A. Morris, appeal troui Justice's court. Mrs. F. K. Vance vs. Mrs. A. Morris, appeal from Justice's court. Louisa Cortez vs. J. Skwortz, to can cel deed. A. Schwartz vs. San Antonio Times Printing company, damages. Adelaide linker vs. WlflUm llakcr, di vorce. M. M. Tong et ul., vs. Kdgar Scay, to try title and for damages. Adele llessleres vs. Jl. N. Knox et nl., trespass to try title. San Antonio Ice company vs. Tobln Canning company, garnishment. Jones & Wbltford vs. Bergstrom, Heustls et nl., suit for personal property and for damages. gt Jose Maria Castro vs, James S. Thorn ton, to try title and for damages. Itobert A. Jarred vs. W. W. Dibble et al.. partition. U. II. Hunt ys. Josephine Hunt, di vorce. PreclrtctNo. 1. Klsewbeie In tbe I.iiuir will be found tbe announcement of Anton Adam, Esq., ns a candidate for re-election as Justice of tbe Peace. Mr. Adam has ad ministered the duties or that olllce with satisfaction to the public and credit to himself, and thereby becomes a very popular candidate. Republicans 1st and 2Glh Precincts. Itepublloana of these two precincts are renuestcd to meet at tho Itecorder's olllce, Thursday night at 8 o'clock. n--i--t L. Itl'MllKI,. Something Wonderful. I Twelve-Inch mechanical llgnres will I appear life-size like at Turner opera bouse Monday, September 1. No mag nifying glasses, no wires; all autoroatlo. i The Way th. BUI Was Paid, I advertised for Information of one Fred Klein, and on Tuesday, when I was away, three men came to my bouse, broke open tbe door and hauled ononis tools and clothes, and when I came to them they threatened me and told me to shut my mouth, nnd 1 could not help my self. This Is bow the board bill lie owed me was paid. J, J, Poemn. Republicans of Precinct No. IT Will meet at Kropp hall to-night at 8:30 o'clock, to elect delegates to county con vention. Ily order of Chairman, Executed b) the Inventors. Clndejas Brothers, of tbe city of Mex ico, tbe great nutomntlo marlonetts, 12 Inch mechanical llgurcs, will appear life size like on open stage at Turner opera uuuau ..lummy ami i ucsuay, eepieraDer 1 and 2. German-English School. The winter term will begin on Monday, the 1st of September, next. Parents or guardians desiring to en trust tiielr cmidren to this institution will please apply to the Principal, Mr. William Barbeck, or to tbe undersigned. Children bavlngbad no schooling can not be admitted now, but only at the be ginning of the next summer term. t-27-t F, Groos, President. spd.iNoHc. Every smoker should try "Little Joker." Go to M, Castanola t Son, Accqnla street, for new, good, cheap goods. Pickles plain and mixed, by the pound, keg or barrel. Good butter, cream cheese, fine syrups and n large variety of teas. Vou can talk to anybody In New Fraunfels, San Marcos, Kyle, Austin, Lookbart, Hound Itock anil Georgetown from telephone olllce. Call on your way home and get a drink of soda with plain or fancy syrups, unexcelled, cool nnd delightful, at Itlce Bros. & Co.'i drug store, Soledad block. ' 8.2.1m Wonderful K'aht speedily cures colic, cholera morbus, cramps, ttux, dlarrhira, eta. and Is tho !eal pain killer nnd ready relief otcraold. I'rlce 60 cents, at Kalteycr'a. Pcpsallne, lime Juice, ooirec, choco late, and all the fancy soda drinks to bo bad only nt Hlco Bros. A Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. . s.z.im On account of removal I will felt olTnt a great sacrifice this week. F. HiiKirTS, 217 Alamo plain. Call for Plant's Flour, guaranteed su perior to any other. The only pure old wheat Hour In San Antonio. H-10-2W Caliioujc, Mkek. One cotton beam scale for sale low at M. Castanola it Son's. Vnunir ladles, your lovers would think your smiles uiore sweet and wlnnlnr It you would keep ynur teeth clean and breath fragrant by unlnff Orldontn. only All cents a box, liquid nnd powder, al Kalloyet'a. Itlce Bros. A Co., Soledad block, sell the flncst soda water In town. Give It a trial nnd be convinced. 8-2-1 m Call on 1'.. Itcttbcrg A Co.. 211 Com merce street, If you wish to seen line line of lunch baskets, sewing baskets, olllce baskets, and novelllcs In willow ware, at greatly reduced prices, Mr. Juan Manuel Chavez, one of our most respectable, citizens, has formed a fiartncrslilp with Mr.NarclsoLenlln tho Ive 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. -l-as-Cm School Days. Tbe snuimrr holiday of the school boys Is nbout over now, nnd parents who desire to lit tbe youngsters out In good style nnd with serviceable clothing shouldsnll nt J. Josko A Sons', nnd ex amine their stock, which Is assorted tin In all grades nnd all material, nnd which they propose to sell Just as low ns good goods can be bought, In open com petition. 8-22-tf Mrs. Calpln Takes pleasure In Informing her friends and pupils that she Is now located on Acequla street, opposite the publlo High School, whero suo Is prepared to glto lessons nn Piano, Violin, Guitar or Or gan. Charges $-1 per month, or t0 rents per lesson. H-l-lm Crlnd Bull Exhibition nt the Turner Opera House, September 1st, Admission $1. Itcscrved seats for sale at Itlscbe's cigar store. Republicans' 29th Precinct. Will meet nt Huppertzberg's garden, Thursday evening, August 2Mb, at 8 o'clock p. m., to select delegates to the ltepubllcan county convention, to be held Saturday, August 'M, at Turner Republicans, Attention. The Itenubllcnns In Precinct No. 4 will assemble In mass mcetlngat Strnve's ballon Thursday, August 23, at 8 o'clock ri. in., to select delegates to tbe Itepub lean county convention, to be lield Saturday, August UO, ntTurner hall. A. Sr.iTKi, Chairman, Precinct No. 4. School Holies. Miss Virginia Itossy will re-open her private school Monday, September 1, at No. 2iw Crockett street. n-27-4t at Turner's Opera House, Monday. Sep tember 1, and Tuesday, September 2, by tbe great Mexican Automatic Puppet Play. Tickets for sale nt lilche's cigar store Republicans Precinct No, 2. Tbe Itepubllcans of Precinct No. 2 will meet nt the Veramendl garden, on Soledad street, on Thursday evening, at 7:30 p. ni., for the election of delegates to the county convention, which con venes on Saturday, June 30, 1SSI. L. W. Maiiaiusz, Chairman. School Notice. Alamo German'Engllsh school will open at the well known place, Firemen's Hall No. 2, Avenue C, on Monday, Sep tember!. V. Sciit'Hiinn. Mexican Invention, F.n route to the NewjOrlenns exposition, will play two nights only at Turner opera house, Mondoy and 'liiesdny, Sep tember 1 and 2, Dreat Miking. Mrs. C. Morel, French fashionable dress maker, Just arrived. First class work; cutting nnd titling guaranteed. 2T South Alamo street. 8-2(M;t Republicans, Third Pracincl, Itepubllcans of tbe Third precinct nre requested to meet at the Pavilion oppo site the postollic, Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Hash L. I)kuk.t.ii. Blalnaand Logan Club. There are now more than 200 names on tbe roll, and all persons who wish to join the club will please call on the Sec retary, W, L. Wistkii, at tbe Light Olllce. " W. A. Doyle, Carpenter and builder, 215 West Com merce street, next Dally Kxpress. Store titling a specialty. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. 8-2D-Cm Am Closing Out My stock of paint. Cheap, good and I e llable. Call nt George w. Van Vorst'! lumber yard. h-lviioi Overstocked, L. Wolfson hereby Informs the publlo in mm nroiinii nan Antonio mat owing to a very large stock of furniture still on hand, he Is compelled tosell for the next thirty davs at a ten tier cent, re duction from regular prices on all snles from $10 and upwards. All in want of furniture snonld call on him, corner jiiain piaza nnu acequia street, b-zi-ii , Boys School Suits. A l,nv nnu.l ...1. I. .I..I....I est klnd'of a customer to lit In the way ui viuiues, out jiesnrs. joswe ec nous have lust onened a brlcht. new. and nnr- tlcularly stylish stock of boys and vouius- suns, which iney conuuentiy ue lieve Is not equalled In tho city, and which they will sell way down on bed rock prices. An examination of tbe gooas win prove satisfactory. W. H. Oullerilde A Co. Sell those as followa: Heavy Standard, IS cents. F.xtra Quality, 2i " Double Kxtra, 23 " J-p'y. " , 27 " F. Sheets Says On or about 2Sth Inst, you can see un elegant stock men's goods In the Dull nig block, where grocerlei are sold so cheap. Furniture. Bought, told, stored or repaired nt 401 Last Houston street. , 7-lltf j JQSKE TUB LARGEST AND THE CHEAPEST Dry Goods and Clothing, Boot elxicI Slioo House i3sr sr Otm GOODS AltE ALAVAYS NEW AND ARE RECEIVED WEEKLY. CALL AND SEE THEM. For the Finest. Display OF HAND-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES CALL CRESCENT CITY BOOT In Prices and Quality of work, cannot be beat. J. H. MARQUART, Proprietor. No. 17 Soledad Street, opp. the Court GREAT SACRIFICE SALE. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. RHODIUS 235 Commerce St. wfr San Antonio, Tex. MU'SIC tUT'AtfenU forKnHb)4Cn,Noir3?.ugJandrUnoCo.,RUdChrlitioA Soni (MMion. Itbltn 0 giv: t.Htct .iWt radio "."sty on hand Call andtoetbem. 51 My Williams & Russell, (Successors to Boule A Williams) White Lead, Linseed Oil, Window Glass, Paper Hanging and Artists' Materials at Wholesale and Retail. U:)3hikI -115 East Houston tit. San Antonio, dole Agents for tho Celebrate d Averlll Heady Mixed Paints and Crystal Plate Olass Company. CHEAP COLUMN. JATl.D-A wet nitrw. Apptj xn WANTRD-A lent tn hi vountr rnvxt, fiefrcrtfc k!v M' UP 10 LliSSONS- y MrH.Thuden.nnJ R ut W1 HOOM lIOfHT. for rod. -Hual on mut ftlde of WA'hlntrtoti niunn. Ua, wuicr i nnd Holedtvl eta. 8-1 (Hit 1 J iThtirtvUT. r return to Light olHctr. HI reBDonsllilo tennnr. Also mi rluht rm one-stnry hoiiaoaail stable, rent?)), Innu'ri at m Fast Hi uston street. :-:.-1( JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT NO, I. Pan Aktomc), Ai'ut!n, I8M. To the rot era r ProolliLt tlu. 1. Hemp t.itinlv. Ocntlemen As tho election foi t a lu ids fin four jeara, ant rclHirj uu vi eoillniianon of Tour support In Ibe o imlnif olenion, I hen'br nnoumw myself acnmlTihtlo for rv-elccl Ion tntheao ir Jusllee of the 1'enco for I're clnct No. 1. Ilexar count)-. Texua, pledirma myaeir, If elected, to perfotio the duties of the cnioo Imnartlallr and ui the heal nt mv v,ni,i I tave tried lorio In IbepHst, AN ORDINANCE. ! Regulating lha Storage of Hiy wllhln ihe rir. Limits, ; He It ordained by the City Council of the eltv of San Antonio Hkctio.v ao. That If any person or persons desire to keep hay, fodder, oats, straw or other long forage, either loose or In bales, within tbe tire limits of this city, he or tbey be required to keep the same In a lire proof building known ai uardstono. with tin or other metalllo roof. In any other well secured build ing, known as Iron-clad, or lumber house, barn or stable, the quantity kept not to exceed eight thousand (&0U0) pounds. Passed and approved August 25. 16S4J J. II. Piiemu, Mayor. Attestl E. V. CufPON, Cty Clerk, & SONS, ri?oiTio- AT THE AND SHOE FACTORY, House. - San Antonio, Teias, WOLFF CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE SEASON ! At and Below Cost for the Next 30 Days WOLFF I.TEMPSKY STORE, (dueooMors to James II u rot) Manufacturers, Importer and l) alar a Id Mme, Cement Plaster Paris, Plaster Hair llncks, Drain and Chimnty Tilts, and Builders' Materia' Generally. JULIUS ZANDERS, No. 11 Casino Sitjekt. Win tor la fast com In.?. It Is time to tend ynur fall and winter Koodi to nave them clean ed or dyed to look aa rnod an now and tat e ex-, pontes. Batiafactton jruarauteed. TIPS & FELTZER, Agricultural Implements. Cook Stoyesi Tinware, faint and oil to., lOMIlltary Tlaia, San Antonio. n JMm Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commerce Street and Sunsot Railroad. A 1.1. DIMENSIONS OK Lite, Ffflii Tito, Boiii, Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingles, Laths, Pnllngs, While Pine nnd Red Wood I Intshlng Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Fencing, Wire, Builders Hardware, Paints, OILS, ETC, ETC. Hetnar In connection with one of the larircft milla In tho Cmlcfiiicu II onion, we are imv pared to furnish bills at the shortest notice. Add re- all corrofpouilenco t ) A. T. HENSLBY, MANAGER, San Antonio Lumber Co. San Antonio, Texas. 1'. O. lloi SW. Tolcpbono .No. Ml. & MARX, & MARX, COR. BLAINE and LOGAN! San JHnionio Ligf . FORTHE In order lo bring The Sun Antonio Light within the reach o, every voter in Texas during the Presidential, Cam 'paign it will be sent to any address for Three Honths POSTAGE PREPAID. The Light believes in Republican Principles and advocates them, x stands by . the doctrines of the Republican parly as laid down in I THE CHICAGO PLATFORM : Protection to American Industry. Protection to tbe American Laborer. Equal Civil and Political Mights to all Citizens. . Liberal Pension! to Soldiers who fought for the Unlonv An Effective Navy. Opposition to all forms of Monopoly. The Preservation of tho Publlo Lands for Actual Settlers, The Extension of Amerloan Commerce over the Whole Continent and to All Parts of the World. A Vigorous American Polloy that will Insure Peace, Command the Hespent of Foreign Notions and rrotect the American Citizen Everywhere. These Principles Commend Themselves to the People of the United States. - Rates of ONE YBAIl.. , BIX 'MONTHS., Delivered by Carrier to An; ! COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS. CAMPAIGN! for One Dollar.-! Subscription : $5 00 In Advanoo ,.....e $2 SO In Advanoe Mot tie City at 10c. a Week.