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TEbeiDailXiGbt Monday, May 4. 1885. rouM bo direful when mi tiity n ttc Ice-Berg Refrigerator, and you wilt not have nny oilier. II Is tho only lot In tli market wllli I'ATK.NT VKNTII.ATOII. iruarnlilci-d char coal fllle.1. iiorcrlnlll lined Water Coolers. Each Box Sold Yltb a Guarantee. Have also full lino of cheaper irradra, nl Centennial, Jcwctt'r. etc. t also nil style, of lco Cheat.. Orm-era' nil, I Ilnr-llnotii Cheats, Klldlnir Top Knlonn ( heats, Water nailers, leeCreani Fml. era, llath Tutu, etc., etc. you PAUL WAGNER. CARTER HUM. Transfer Line. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 41i nml I I Alamo I'lnz.i, SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS. JaTSpcclnl Attention given to for warding bodies to all parts of tlio llnlteil States, Telephone connection. Calls attended day and night. fWO.ly "STILL IN TUB FRONT." POLITZER & CO., 25 S. W. Corner Military Plara. Ia Itccotriilotl Hi'Ud'iuartcr. for NEW FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. f re, of chnriro to any part of Hie city. l'(II.lTl:lt all), Dealers In New Furniture and Auctlnnci o. I'KTITI'AIN, Auctioneer. 1IUV AND PRI.I, CITY PROPERTY AND LANDS Throuirliout tho Plate nml irlvc Fimk-IhI Attention to Investments. WILL MAKE OR SECURE LOANS ON GILT EDGE SECURITY. Any Information relative to purchase will bo cheerfully frlven. Cull ami ten our lurtfc list, of city ami ninth property. ohmci:. No. 1 West Houston St., Adjoining Bridge.. ALEX. L. LUCAS, CIVIL KM.INl.ltlt. LornnxJ In tho Piitno olllcc (liven special at tout Ion to Civil Knifliucrlinr, 8ur) Intr aiul Mavpmg, 4-l.Vly BAN ANTONIO SAYINGS BANK, NO. 43 HOLIUIAD BTKKET, Un1rr tho iniinnccinont of L. flura, Imnkcr Dcpot-ltf". sulJect to check, rifdi cil, fnt Inter est will tiv ultl only on Tlniu DriKwIts of tl and upwanlH ottho ruto of 4 per cent per nn nura. llanklnir hours 0 a. in. to 4 u. in. Hat- San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co. and upward, according to slzo of box. I- OAIIZA. I'rcaldint. MEXICAN STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Jut opened, aflnoitore.dlrect from Mexico on Kant Houston street. No. 403. at which tho stock consists of chill, Ch t lice pea n pohfficlllo. chocolate, crockery, Mexican straw mid fancy wool hats ornamented with jruld mid silver. Curiosities a specialty In all kinds of Mexican roods. MUMUKUTOde H. ItOSSI. NEW YORK --EUROPE Tho Mallnry 8. 8. Lino offers to tho traveling public tho chenpost and most dolls lit nil puiu- nllout. Balling from (lulv day, arriving In Now York tbo following Tuce- day. EUROPEAN TRAVELERS will And this tho cheapest and most desirable routo, maklntf eloso connection In New York with all tho Trans-Atlunt lo llneB, 1'assentrers UMkoil throuirh to and from nil mlnU In Hiiro po at reduced rates. For tlckeU, salllntrs. plans or all steamships, reservation of rooms, and correct lnforinatlon In detail, apply to W. J, YOUNG, floncrol Ajrent Mnltory Lino and A ire nt for All Trim Atlantic Lines, 12 West Coinmcreo St, Itemoved to now works, Sunset road, near East Ootmnerco street, and aro now ready to do all kinds of Casting in Iron and Brass, quartan fur rent ou Preen struct. Vou ( HAYS OF LIGHT. Gnlhered by Reporters on Their I Tours Through Town. Great lilll at Fashion theatre to night. Monday night. Allco Morgan's great comeily, "Antics." Sixteen deaths are recorded In the mortuary report furthe past week, The grratnew company In "Antics" at fashion lhea"e Monday night. - The ludicrous sensation entitled "Antics" at Fashion the.itre Monday night. The hcer Hardens were poorly at tended list night, owing lo the bad and threatening wenlber. Mr. 1 1 n 1 Howard Is enming hit arm In a sling, lie cut It badly last Tuesday by a pane tr window glass. One of our local saloon men not far f.om tioledad street, saa liu will be married In less than n neck, A Mr. Schinlll died In the Fourth wn:d ytsl. rdny, at the age of 111 Jears, froin pernicious remittent fever. The llio (irnnde river Is rank lull and very dangerous to cross at Laredo, say railroad men who have arrived. The hotels nearest the Federal Court bulldlug aro filled with Jurors and others In attendance on that court. Ilx-Unltcd Htates Marshal .Sllllw ell II. ltussell has located at Deiilson Texas, and engaged In the prattle) or law. Utlie City Council w'll have street crosilngs made ou Avenue C. they w.'l long be remembered kindly by the pe destrians ofsa'd street. The ladles of the Baptist church nH nK tu-lilght one or their pleasant secludes at the residence of Mrs. Ilraey, at I.0D Nacogdoches Filed, comer of Crockett stmt. Mr. 'J oin llltR. in, one of the popu lar Klghlh Cavalry band meuibc-s, cele btateil his b' Ihday anniversary jester day and last iii;tht, by setting 'em tip lo the hoys at the Vienna garden. Mr. Mark (Jiayson, director of amusements, wishes lu see his fi.ends at the Fashion Iheal:,) lo-nlght. Ills wife has p'cfcentrt, IjIiii with n hoy, and he Is willing to "lubricate" every one. Hurrah! the slto fur the Aransas Pus railroad has been (elected, mid wtirk will commence luimtdiatcly. It will he located on South Floros street, between the rallruad track and Mr. Test's store. Foreman Wallace, of the Street Cnimolfsloner's gang, hss been very k.nri to pravel only onehn!f of Newton alley, 'she work was not ordered done, but' was done at Mr. V.'a discretion. Why was not the entlro alley graded? The I' 'ft annual banquet of the l.lt eiarrand Sclenllllc association will be hold nt their rooms on l.osovo sfect Thursday night nt p. in. Mr. Wise will le the catenr, and Mr. Max Her mann, the proprltlor of the Mnverlck, has kindly donated several delicacies. The fan ntonlo and Arrnsas l'ass ra lioail Is a cetialnty, and so will the in.-iy baigaius be that llosack & New ton will give you In their auction sales of line goods tills week at No. 7 West Houston f'rect. S l-'Ji Canlaln K. H.l'uuch, it well-knottn cltleu of I ancasler, I'a., was a con Prmeil sulVerer from inllammalory rheu matism, which ollen conllned lilni tn Ills tied. When he commenced using Mlsh ler's Herb UUtcrs his left knee was very much swollen. Afler using the Hitters, according to directions for n shott time, the swelling of the knee dlsapneared nl most entirely, and he was able tn walk without the use of urutch or cane. "I feel llko a new man," the Captain writes. KILLED BY THE CARS. A Freight Enjlno nunaOvern Sec tion Dops on the Sunset. Th's morning about 3 o'clock Jusllco Max Xeucndorir wis called on to ein psnel n coroner's Jury and view the boJy of a man who had been tun over by freight engine M, of the Sunset road, between section house No, ISO and Oscar- poelolllce, about I.'i miles west of StnAntoplo. Proceeding by a carriage to Hie spot, which was near Peter Nel son's ranch, the Jury found that the sec tion boss of section No. aamed Kil. Whalen, had started from the section house to come to San Antonio. He was seen on tho phua here :hout 11 o'c'ock. About 1 o'clock his remains were found on the track, at the above designated place, by a limn passing. The body was terribly lorn, being hardly recognisable. The engineer savs that about Ilia time be was passing that point on his freight engine he felt a slight shock, and thought the train had sti uck a calf. He went on to I.acoste station, and there he found a piece of n man's shirt on the con-catcher. He pulled bank and found the pieces of tho man's body, Whalen was about fi years or age, unmarried, was generally sober, but would some times goon long sprees, lie was drink ing Saturday night He had money de posited to his credit' In O'Connor & Sullivan's bank, In this city. The cor oner's Jury returned at 12 o'clock to-day, but have not yet returned a verdict. Picnic. The Minnie Pleasure club held Its first picnic this season on the Mauermann grove near the First mission yesterday, where the day was most delightfully spent In Jumping, games and dancing to the delicious strains orthe Italian string band. J'he following ladles and gentle men participated: Ladles.- Misses F.rncBtlne, F.iinni and Surah Schwartz. Minnie Kaltever, Min nie Duerler. Marv Slemerln'g. 1.1 1 1 le Mayer, Kmma Wltte, Annie Degen. Tll lle Uuenlher. Pnullta and Marv Wtilfl', Josephine Ytnrrl Aggie Crawford, Hulda IlaueUen and Mesdamea Duerler and Ka'teyer. Gentlemen. Will Kaltever, John .Meyers. Fred Elmendorf, Kinst Ame long, T, Wullf, Fritz Knhler, Julius Tengg, Morllz Kalteyer, George Schmllt, Fred Mayer. Charles Kalteyer, Louis Stnllei, Louis Frankel, Kd. Seng and Mr, Wllhelm, or Piltsbo'g. The club unanimously voteu to plcnlo again tn a month. Bignmy ond Theft. Three affidavit, were tiled before Jus tice NeuendorlT yesterday against one Joseph Bcherle, who has been employed as gardener at the county poor house, charging hint with theft or a horse and set of harness, ami with bigamy. The oharges were made by a Frenchman named John Herges, living near the county poor house, who .ays Scherle seduced his wife, Caroline Jlerged, and eloped with her Saturday evening last, at tbo same time stealing bis horse and set of harness. Schetle was captured yesterday, and Is now In the County Jail. HI. preliminary ex amination comes up to-morrow. For Lunacy. An affidavit or lunacy has been tiled In the County court against a crippled book-binder named Carl Itochs. Ills case will be tried next Saturday with a similar case against Jose Maria Pena. I'EIISONAL POINTS Collected I'rom Hotel Corridors nntl Klsowhcre, (J. C. Ulbhs left thl, morning for Hous ton. Hon. A. P. Foster, of Austin, 1. In the oily. Miss Lou Lnngrord, of Uvalde, Is In the city. Major W. S. Heller, of Uvalde, Is at the St. Leonard. Colonel John Wlllelt,of Austin, Is nt tho St. Leonard. Major J. W. lCcclcs, of Oakland Park ranch, slopa at the St. Leonard. Hon. I'.. II. Turner, United States Circuit Judge. Is at the St. Leonard, Colonel K.J. L. tlreen, the well known San Marcoi bunker, Is at the St. Leon ard. J.C. Andrews.deneral Southern Agent of the Keiuir.hw route, arrived In town last night. It. II. Jackson. Felix Marx, Texas; Irbv Ilennett.'.N. T. Piolllln. New York; It, (Jiialihrn, Houston; F. W, Porter, St. Louis; P. Nealrllehi, Aitttln; A. J. Itoheru, Lsredo; C. S. Wynn, Chicago; It. F. Illou-ia, F. J. Ilrownell. Palestine: It, 1). Yoakum, airlvals nt the Hotel Mnv:rlck. I.Mimn Dana, St, Louis; Captain II, r. Hozn'il, Uvalde county; Colonel U. C. Dlbr.ll. Austin; I). Lechengrr, Eagle Pais; A. M. Flnlnv, agent of the State for the Waters, P,.rce Oil company; I., l.etucke, St. Louis; W, M. Aten and wife. Ilrenham; John Adama and L. Klsaaaer. New ork; Thomas Williams, Ilosion, Mars ; Louis lie line. New Ilraun rels; A. V. D.O'il. Fort Davis, are at the Menger. The Sprlnsd Ho.ce. 'I lie in t J between Scott's and Kerb'e's horses, to have taken place Saturday aueinoott at San Ped-o park, did not occur, owing n Kerble's backer, II. A. Ill Int. Having lo leave with some c i(,...U of horses fo." the No-th. (Itl't paid the forfeit money, and 'ie race was declared oh. Thce ho-es wl" probably race next Saturday, Madttne Dor a'dson's Hop. Tneregr'ar hop fclven Saturday night by Madame Dcisldson's dsaclng class was perhaps even more well altended 1'ian her last. Over :0 couplet wee tveaet; and enjoyed a groat manv bear li.V't'nuces lo inufclo furnished or .Ot is eil.'s at lug bind. Madame D'ona'd sol is row leacii'iix a" tne new sttpj, and has a la'ge cl.ss. Hnce AilnatTimo. I a.t evening qulle an Interesting af 'a,r 'ook place A drummer bet two young San Anlouloboy. $'i'i thut they couldn't row a bnal, neighing 12.1 pounds, from llarr.lch it llacr's, on Comme-cu slnet, to the Alamo mills. In ote hour, I lie drummer to start them and then to go to the mills by horse hick, and wait there till they arrived. Tho hnvs were started, showed up at the in"! In fi.'i minutes, having to take the boat out of water at I.aux's mill snd carry It uver land for 30 feet. Gregory & Co 's China Hall. The Ltmir draws the attention of lis renders to tho advertisement of Messrs. Gregory it Co. These gentlemen have made It a speclallv to supply a long felt want In the way of complete refrigera tors and leu closets. These can bo had In all sizes lo suit the requirements of large or small households This llrm also carr'es ever) thing In the way of line Imported and domestic china wares and housefiirnlshlng goods. Years of con tinued scccess nml fair dealing have In gratiated them with the people, and Justly deserve the large patronage whloh tliey are receiving. llei rCnrl Deck. Proressor Carl Heck has returned from Houston, and Is fall or praise of the treatment received from the Houston! ans. Shortly before leaving a commit tee on bthnlf or the singing node. lea or Houston presented him with a line gold watch, chtln and locket attached. On the later Is engraved, "Carl Heck, lutes S.'engerfet, Houston, Texas." The I rofeseor says not alone did they pay him morn "mn originally stipulated, nut the Houston societies accompanied him to the de'iot, where a farewell song made the llmno to IhelSlh Srccngerfest. New Firm. Klsowhere In the l.iniir will ho found the announcement of the change In firm, whereby Mesirs. Piper & Schulthess suocwl lo the business of Mr. J. F. Lockwood, dealer In metals and fence wire. Mr. Schulthess Is well and favora bly known. Mr. Piper Is an old-time lesldent of San Antonio and former bus iness man, has had n long acquaintance with the hardware business, and his many friends will be pleased to welcome him back. The I.'nnr wishes the new in success. A Nf-w Ventu"e. On Saturday the San Antonio Mexican linptovemcnt assnc'atlon was organized at the headqua,,era of the company on East Comme-ce street. The object of this Joint stock concern Is to Improve some valuable lands which the asso ciation haj acoulr.d In Cbiapas, Mexico. The caoUal ot the company Is with wt'lch sum they have purchased 6000 seres of line land, and It Is Inten tion to ra'tc cotton nml place on the ci tato Improved plant and machinery. The ollleers of the association ae: Kuirene Carolan. President. T. K, snodgruss, Vice President. Hugh Marriu, T'easurer. K'ank A. Henslev, Secretary. A. Duncan Henslev, Manager. Mr. Duncan Ileus'ley and Mr. Dave Ncmllz slurteil th's eveningfor Chiapas, which they will leach via ban Francisco. Wresti'ig Match. The wrestling match, oatch-as-cntch-can, to have taken place at SI Morris' salocn Saturday night between Artzt and Howard, did not take place, owing to Howard feeling unwell. A Mr. Jones, however, volunteered to accom modate Artzt, anil they both stripped at 0 o'clock and went at It. Artzt winning the first fall In exactly two minutes, London rules. After this fall Mr. Jones bashfully declined any further tussles, and Hed DeArmo.the lire-eater, allowed he could wrestle, and accordingly stripped, and tbe audience were treated fo three bouts of very fine wrestling. In tbe lint bout, which lasted one and one-linlt minuter, Artzt won the rail by a clever shoulder-and-hlp lock. In tbe next bout, which was won by DeArmo In two minutes, the full was gained by DeArmo pinning A rlzt's shoulders to the ground as he attempted to turn his an tagonist. In the third and final bout, which lasted two minutes, after a good deal or severe straining and lactlca on both sides, Artzt secured a strong neck lock on his opponent, bringing him cleverly to the ground, The match was declared In ravor of Artzt, The Dllllnrd Tournament. Saturday night Messrs. Newman and Vaugban played. The largest run, 18, was made by Vaughan, Newman's larg est run, 17. Time of game, 2 hours, average 2.2-3, At one stsgc of the game, though Newman was 40 points ahead of Vaughan, he with great nerve ran up ahead of Newman by a series of brilliant plays. The score at the finish stood, Vaughan 2.0 and Newman 2:11. Last night Messrs. Sohultz and Bchlfl played tbe most brilliant or any gnme during the tournament. Holh players made some magnificent nround-lhe-table shots which nern loudly applaud ed. In this game ShlfTmade the largest run made during the tournament, 2.1. Schullz nlaicd with remarknbln had luck. Ills best run was IK, Time or fame, two hours. Average 2.2-3. Score: chirr, 2.V); Schultr, UU. Tn-nlght Sullivan and Vaughan aro mulched, and considerable money Is up, as both players are evenly matched. nccorder's Court. K. 11. Ilolley, vagrant, lined $.1. M. Quasto, keeping a vicious dog, lined tl. lone Palmer,lnsulllnglanguagc; Ituby Melcholl and Hazel Woods, disturbing the peace; all dismissed. W. II. Sluinis, discharging lire arms and lighting, lined $1 on first charge, dismissed on second. Julius Conrad, careless driving, con tinued. Jim Cerrle, Peter Doxey,Oeorge Crow, drunk, f.1 each. ltock, disturbing thu peace -while un der the lulluence of delerlum tremens, lined $5. William Fullmer, drunk and dlsmder ly, lined $10. Jose Arteaga, Alvino Parras, beating and striking, fS each. George Long, F. Yturblde, drunk, $.1. Kd. Hrnden, Jr., violating lewerago ordlnnnce, continued. F. Wnrner, maintaining n miliance, dismissed. P. .Martinez, drunk, lined $1. MM'tnry Orders. Under authority flow the Secretary of War, conveted ly letter of the 22nd In stant, from the Adjutant-Genern of the Army: Major J. C. Muhlenberg, Pay. mastir United Stairs Army, Is author ized to purchase two public horses, subject to the provisions or A. It. 11113, as amended by General O: dors No. lull, series of SKt, from the Adi'tant-Oen-el til's oMlce. The salary of the occupant of the White House Is never applied for hy the President, but Is made out in the form oa voucher at the end of each month and signed by the Treasurer of the United Wtalea In regular order with hun dreds of other vouchers. The private secretary receives the money, but tun department requires tbe receipt to be signed by the President personally. 'Ilia monthly vouchor Is f I.Kkl.Wi; but for March, the month Just closed, Sir. Cleveland drew H.SbS.s;, and Mr. Arthur $277.70. Minimum Slicw. As season changes to seuon, the con tinual proposition of every lady and gen tleman Is how, and with what, shall we dress? llelng nwaro of the fact thut only a constant mid close application to business can Bticceed In entering suo crssfiillr to public tnste, Mr. L. Wolfson b is Just received a huge lot of gents' tine spring nndBumme'clolhlngspecial ly adapted for this climate. Willie line, or At least all better classes of clothing, have not changed much, the general cut and style Is such as to recommend every gentleman who wishes to be well dressed to examine the really largeat stock of gents' nlolhlng In San Antonio at L. Wolfson's. Kqunlly grand and or lltlll g dimensions are thelurge and well arranged departments In n't kinds or dress goods, among which Is fust now opened and ready for Inspection several hundred pieces of Snnora ginghams In solid colors assorted. These will be closed out nt 1.1 yards for $1. Also a large lot of aoft-llnlshed cambric, at 12 yards for 51. Another feature nt Wolf, son's Is the line display of children's carriages In all the novel styles and larger assortments than ever before brought to this market. 4-21-tf Do You Drink Co!Te or To? If to. go directly tn Pitt A Meek'a for green or roasted collie, and the very finest Moyune tens. G-2-10t. r. Pis-no Who Is an old citizen of San Antonio and well known as a first-class house anil sign painter, hnfl opened a pnlnt shop at corner Avenue K and Houston street, and will. In the future, make line carriage pnlntlng a specialty. Will buy and sell and renovate old carriages and buggies. 2-B-Um Good Chsneeror Investment. Parties desiring bargains In frontier lands, ranches, ami very choice pieces of property In the central portion of tho city, will please call and see 3-20-3W Niiiciso Lul, For Rent. Stone honse, ten rooms, newly papered and painted, on (Julnta street, hulf block from Main plaza. Apply to Dr. or Mrs. Ilowen. uiyl-tf Notice of Election. Election for seven (7) directors of the Loan Star Btewlng Co. to serve for the ensuing year will take place at the Hrewery on Tuesday, May 6, A, 1), 1SU5, as provided by charter. Polls will be open from 10 o'clock a. in. until 2 p. Ml. J. II. Kakii'lUNN, President. L. S. Bkimi, Secretary. 4-2.1-10 1 Bullnesi Change. J. F. Lockwood has this day disposed of his business nt Nos. 10 and 12 Yturrl street, San Antonio, to the undersigned, who assume the responsibilities and will continue the business In Mt.Tau and rnNCK-wii"t at the same place. Pll'ft it SCIMlt.THKSS, San Antonio, Texas, May 2, 18S.1. Referring to the above notice. I re spectfully solicit for Messrs. Piper it Schulthess the good will of all connec tions, and cheerfully recommend them to the trade. J. F. Lockwooh. It Dr. John Tripp's Blood Purifier Never has failed to cure Blood Poison In lie very worst forms. I). P. ltaitit. State Agent, San Antonio. Blood. It Is with n great deal of pleasure that I announce the fact that I have secured the State agency for Dr. John Tripp's Blood Purifier, the only remedy on tho faco ol the earth that will perfectly erad icate every vestige of Blood Poison from tho system. If you are mulcted come and see nie. D. P. Bauii, Northwest corner Main Flazn, San An tonio, Texas. 4-8-tf Turkish baths nt A. Zllian'a. 1m August Schwa-It Hereby notllles Ids many friends and customers that, In order to give more space to tbe Increasing ttude In his lamlly grocery on North Flores street, he has removed his beer saloon to the old Bitter place on the corner of Crock ett and east side Alamo plaza, where he will be pleased to see nil his friends In the future. The Cosmopolitan saloon will dispense schooners nt Do. and a line freo lunch from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., and lunch to order throughout tbe day. LOCAL NOTES. Grand sucress nt the New York skating rink. Ladles Trco. 4-20-lt Save;r, per cent n month buy grocer l.s of Pill A Meek and you will do It. Cash tell, the tale. A-2-SI. Draw-poker Is much dearer than a draw on an Opera Pun Cigarette. Avoid linllatlons, Ilhetimntlxh, Scrofula, Syphilis, Erysipelas, Catarrh, etc.. nre all quickly nml permanently cured tiy John Tripp's Blood Purlller. 1 guarantee this. I S tr. D. P. IJaiiii. Agent. A FEW spoonfuls of KAY'S KEN TUCKY KONDITION POWDEItS mixed with meat and fed to poultry once or twice a week will cure them of gape, nnd cholera and make them thrive. Be sure and get the K. K. K, Puiwlera. They excel all others. For rale by F. Kalteyer it Son. If you want ns fine n photograph as enn be produced nliywherei" ami wlthnl, n good likeness, j on will have to cnll on llarr, the Photographer. He I. away nhead of all competitors. 4-S-lf A bran new piano, never used, cost $3.10, can be bought nt n bargain, by railing en or addressing T. B. Johnson, Ur.iiT olllce. 11-12-tf THE very large sale or OKIDONTO In so short a period after Introduction Is accounted for hy the Inct that after once used It leaves such a pleasurable serine of cleanliness to the mouth and beauty to the teeth and gums that It Is considered nlmost Indispensable. Only M cent a box, liquid and powder. For sale bv F, Kalteyer it Son. H joit are nllllcteil with blood poison of any kind and want to be cured, cnll on Ilnrr, State aj.ent for Dr. John Tripp's Blood Purlller. 4-8-1 1. A Remarkable Cur. tl tho Hot Spring,, Arkiniat . Dr. John Tripp. Fkiiiiuaiiy 19, 18S.1. Dear Doctor: I went to tell you what your great medi cine has done for mo. I came to the Hot Springs over one year ago. I had been n victim of syphilis two years. When I reached herd I bad I commenced Inking baths: also medicine. I have taken over 20tl baths. Been under the care oflhreo dlfl'e-cnt physicians. Three months ago my money was all gone nnd my condition was this: I had II ulcers on my limbs and body; the bnck of my head for thrco Inches squnre was a mass of dtcuylng flesh and hones; monov gone, covered with disease, my arms anil legs all drawn up with mercury, rull'er lug the torments of tbe damned. How I lived from that time until your Agent, Major Hell, came here human wisdom cannot tell, God only knows. I saw Major Hell's advertisement Torino worst case oT Blood Poison to be found here, and went to htm. Afler an examination he told me I was Just the man he want ed. This was leas than six months ngn. In a short tlmo nfler commencing treat ment tuy pulna all left me nnd 1 have not felt an ache or pain bIiicc. I have gained nearly in pounds under treatment. Kv.ry ulcer on my body nnd head has healed. I never felt better lu my HTc, nnd wtien I ray that there Is no other mrdlclno that ever beforo had touched my ciuo. I know what I am talking about. If your medicine docs not set tho regulars thinking hero I nm very much inistnken. How I wish every vic tim of Hlood Poison could know ofyour medicine. It has save my lire can I say more. Gratefully yours, John McGkk. I). P. Baiiii, Agent fur Stale oT Texan. Dissolution or Partnership, The co-partnership heretofore exist ing under the llrm name nnd style of Stuehely, Tips fl Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent, A. Staehely with drawing am! J. C. Tips nnd II. IMedel continuing under the llrm nnme and at J le oflticdel it Tips, at the old stand, and assuming nil assets and liabilities. A. BTaKIIKLY, J. C. Tiik, II. ItlKVKI. San Antonio, May 1, 1SS3. . deferring to the above notice, I beg 'tostate that falling health causes me to retire from the mercantile business, and thanking the many friends nnd patrons of the old llrm fortlielr liberal patronage, I bespeak a continuance of tbe same for thonew firm. 1-1-31 A. Stikhklv. I. Iluth t Son, 220, 223 and 220 Market street, San An tonio. Texas, hardware, paint nnd seed merchants. Headquarters for 1). Lan dreths it Son 'a garden and flower seeds. Have just received one cnrload of Ilrin ley's Universal double-shovel plows. Iron-beam double shovels, Dixon and rolld sweeps, cotton scrapers, cultiva tors, etc. Planet, Jr., hollow steel stand ard horse hoe and cultivator combined. Garden nnd Held tools. Agents for Har rison Bros, it Co.'s ready-mixed paints, dry-sized knlsomlned colors, etc. A Cood Investment. The fonrth ccrles of stock In the In ternational Building and Loan Associa tion will be Issued about June lf. Parties wishing to take shares In this reliable building association should call on the Secretary at 227 Losoyo street (rooms of the Library Association). M. LtsnsKii, Secretary. W. Holland, President, 4-2S-CI CHEAP COLUMN. WAMC0-A irooj Cook. Apply nt fits Oak. liinil street. 6-.Li 100HS FORREaT-Filrnlalieiloriinfilrnliiliel mi until, r. w, Mc.Miia ct. 4-ia-tr r llro., Alutno sin JAH AIITOniO POULTRY YAHOS-llnvo mated 3 Inoynrua llnmrU iI I'll mouth llocks. onu nril f.hrlit llriilimiia, ono)iinl lluir Coehlna. ow Is can lio seen nt yilrtlH, ll'li North Flores treet. i:t-Ka tlclivcri-a unywhern In city. REDUCED RATES Or BOARD for tlio sum r ltiont Iih ; ilcllithtlul rooms nml irool tulilu by dii)', month or week nt No. ivt Hnit Houston street. pl-lUm Mns.W. II. Dbatiin. I)0UND KOTICE-Tnken lip. anil In City Pound lio se braudiH lilt one bar lio-so lirumlcil W w.l'i liaril-'ileruenilii ono black Jack lirullileil II . : ono tmitvn Jack branded JAL con nected) one Inown stud horse branded It iuovu ii uiiu H on tlio li i ante, cull at said Hound, nl llm limir nt 11 v.l,u.V u in., on On. Hh dnyof May. 1W5. N. ll.-lllda less tout tlio amount flxed by ordinance Hill not bo recclt ed for any iiiilnml put up at auc tion. I'm i. BilAiiuaiN. Marsliul. W. J. DARGAM, Stationer and News Dealer, CII1.11H AM) TDIMCCI). 22 Alimo Street, Keit to the Poilotllcs. Am lieuiliuartt'ni for all Ihu I.nto Dull land Vt eckly I'npera, Monthly Muifuzluca, 8o ifldu uuil other l.hmrlea. tiuliserlpilousaollu led. GEO. R. HINES, Real Estate and Loan Broker. I.OANH NKllTIATi:i). Improved nnd Unimproved City I.ots and Country Land Tor Sale snd Itent. ROOM 5 KAMPMANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO, i ; TEXAS. Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commorco Streat and Sunset Railroad. The only ynrd In the city drawing Its supplies of Yellow Pino Entirely from the famous Long-Leaf Forests et Calcasieu Parish, La. Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingles, Laths, Palings, White line and Bed Wood Finishing Lumber, Snsh. Blinds, Doors. Fencing Wire, Builders' Hard wnro, Paints, Oils, Etc. We hnve Framing Timber, Boxing, Etc Sole Apis for His Section for Patent Hoe and Sheep Proof Fence. SAN ANTONIO LUMBER CO., AT G. B. ALJ31TJ0 You Cnn Select, Atnong Summer Silks, Your 75 IMdTri llliu HcTiirln' Lacoc, Embroideries and Ribbons, Come and Learn Prices. , nil Miihli' nntl nln, i) iiiHorU-tl Mur"lll('H nl UiilMren' iSIumh. Sllor n STRAW HATS. CLOTHING. Wo iircilrtcrmlwil to cult tlint Iirnncli, nntl, then1 fore, i TolluwltijriitTtT Ul,,l (I'liiO HIiil BVt ISIflllH. lotsTO;-,rT)H,fiKH,Fttncyt:(ilorc.l HIHiillfl, l(it IMVI.SM3, 47C1, Kniicy Colonel limOHuHi, llco,nrnu!iiij'!r?,l''t(Ptiiovclllc,ri n hu H fitOeneut ituuiiiew t)i-ncr Iftiu Ilms Knit Ciutiim-rett.Twittl llovB Ktit'u .'tint 7ft riilr (louts' CiisnhiH'ifi runts,,,,,,,. . 7ft l'uir (JpiiIii All-wc M Punt UT0 l'uir OtMrj uiul II in Is, (.'iirislinoru I'tints, SHIRTS. tO Ilni'li llluo I.lncu til Dozen I'ereulo IV) Doeu Dill lloya' llluo I.I li-l Dozen Mel id CuITk. i tlndcrtlilrtl nml Drawer All other goods In Gents' Furnishing will bo sold accordingly. Avail your selves of this extraordinary oiler and call to secure some of the bargains at 0. 3B. ffranh's Hlamo Stove. VIENNA Hotel, Restaurant and Garden, NO. 207 AND 209 WEST COMMERCE STREET. The Most Centrally Located Place for Amusement in tne City. N. WISE, UirFlne airy rooms for tbe Traveling public Accommodations strictly first class. Attention given to wedding and ball banquets. WHITE LIME AND Cement I GREGORY i CDS CHINA HALL, Houston Street, San .Antonio, Texas SOI.K AGENTS TOU JKYYETT'H JUSTLY CELKIUtATKH Refrigerator lee Chests. i ttin only douleri In San Antnnlm arttcent. J.wetL'a ralcnt tli. Ill linn I. ATI itefL-erator or Ice Cheat can uo had, TAKU . oa.o .ln. VVo are now full upon all aeatonatile frond.- Water Coolera len Crn.,,i CwVItiT Kir Trap.. Bpnn?, Hip, J-'unK. and lorant.' llath Tube, Kly fane, c o' wS Vave Ito llm It liet aoiecied ani lowest priced etook of Crocleiy, Cblna, tifaaa. Wooden. Willow. BllvnPUIed Wan., Dinner, Teanna Chamber Ware, Lampa, Chandelier. IIoiii. Fiirnl.hln 7, i5 found In th., SoutUwert, Our faellltie. for bamlllnr o "d. li "r auanUtle. i,e sSSju.d anil to ILL fact wo would Invito tbe attention of tbe Jobbloir Trlae, unexcelled, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FRANKS STOP: 1,10 Pieces, Now Patterns, Choice, 40c. Per Yard. HV.up . .'Jiyunts for f l.mi l ntr-rt-j. IVrl'nlr vy (V miti guilts, ulljilitly iliimnirixl, will mo curry it full line txtui otTcr moclfil In- v. . tlJfifftch nl Alpiuii,iU UhI rock rio' Prcreuckcr. mid Llnbt Cunslmtnu... from ft nsultupwanls , ut l.'I.W, worth VA SHIRTS. Wiimsutla Domestic. PROPRIETOR. 1irko-Ruaiian IMhi are M lint Thing out fur Culls, llheumafum, Kmratgia, Ition Oak ami all Min Hit ealti. Alto Hot, Cold, Sluncer ami JU4 Hatha at A. LILIAN'S, Cumtr Cummeru end Alamo Strettt. f. w. McAllister & bro. 201, 2C1 AND 2CS S. AMMO ST, for VIIUTA, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Wo aro YVIiulcealo and llctnll Dealers In Auetlu U'lillo I.lmo. Host Ilrand. of Dark llouc mliilo and Imported KngilBh Portland Cements, 1'liWcr of Pans, ami Long- float Hair, and would ask you te call, or wrlto us, for prices boforo purchasing-elsewhere. Ploare montlou this paper. o handla those .-nod. dlr.ct f Illir.M I,;S3 It; II, i'o moe t iim fit. en 1.11 nuv a ,u, ' NO OTHIIIt. and vo. will .,.