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wTUST ARR1VED:SS nr "ton loir no con phut, iimiimc in p. c. "ton m cases Poutet Ularcl. I i, p, " lllher iriN.lflnj.nl rata atllio old.? Jg: HARRY BAUM & CO. j tr tor Mr tar "a -a -&tg. r EVERY ONE SURPRISED Antonio Light. HOT AT TUP. " ISPLow Prices of Wines, Llqnon35 and Cigars. Call and See. er HARRY BAUM & CO. tw Volume V. Number.121. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1885. Only 10 Cents a Week. TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. PERSONAL POINTS. $EKjBCaoicaCBCno Ihe S A Mightier Than I hoill y hotel hills Tor ciilannthcnmd. Myter SIM HART, Wholesale Cigar Dealer, Corm,r Mo&M. We shall continue to sell all goods at such reduced prices as lately advertised. BLUM & KOENIGSBERGER. LM.BHEBSON IV YOU NHKI MONHV, (TIIK IMHtll WAN'H fill K Mi.) NEXT TO COURTHOUSE, Or If i want u linrjrulii lor )our money, ..menum n. Kt it. (Hvo tno n call uinl U t-oiivliiml that I ran mm) mi mot icy. I kcp a liltli'ofeUTjtWiiKot. liiwul. VIENNA Hotel, Restaurant and Garden, NO. 207 AND 209 WEST COMMERCE STRUT. The Most Centrally Amusement N. WISE, JtirKIno airy room fur t lie Traveling public. Accommodations strictly tlrst class. Attcntlun given to wedding nnil ball banquets. WHITE LIME AND Cement ! J. H. MARQUART, -I'ltOl'lllKTOIl And Doalor In Loathor and Findings, Wholosalo mid Rotall. Will sell you n Hoot or Shoe Home nnil Hntiil -M alio. My stock Is superior to any l' tlie Statu. Ten thousand dollars worth or ready liiiml ninilc goods to bo closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Ik for Ihu next 30 ilnys. Cull early anil bo convinced. FlnoOuatom Work a Specialty. No. 17 Solodad nt.op. Oourthouno. The Cry Is Dull Times. If VOU WANT Til IIUV A llll.vl. NIL'li ITniNd B El BY-HI BE SUIT. .. CAM. ON ... . A. H. COHEN, HOS. 309-311 MAIN PLAZA, .summer Hulls for llojs. Men nnil Youths a i.nrge nnil well Selected Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Uoods unil Underwear. In our MERCHANT TAILORING DEPA'TMENT Is kept the Finest Line of Imported can't be beat In prices the Drummer! flu purpose of lntrilucltig Inr goods. I I liilm ft III intention, mnnln. TexnR. Located Place for in tnc City. PROPRIETOR. f. w. McAllister & bro. 201, 203 AND 203 S. AlY0 ST., COR. Vd'ITS NAN ANTONIO, TKXAH. wv arc Wholesale and Ut-tnil Heaters In Austli While I.Iiik-. I lift llniniW or Hark lloncii.litlo and Imported Ilugllsh Purllund IViiiinln, Plaster nl Paris, nii'l Ismg (In.it llnlr, ami would ask ml t I'lill, or write iia. fur prices lieforo purchasing else wheio. I'liuso mention this uiKr. Or TIIK- 01 (1 MANUFACTORY nt nlmost Any Trice Vou Desire. Also French. English and Scotch l'nltern. lie or Quality of workmanship. VICTOR HUGO DEAD FOREIGN NEWS GENERALLY. Among IcebcrRH The Cincinnati Fire Itetlucllnn ol Expenses Other News. Nkw Yniik.May 2J. Hucinc failures throughout the country fur the last seven da)s iiiiinbrr: Fur the Lulled Stalls, all; Canada, 2.". Tutul, 2 0- galnst 22a last meek. More than tvvn- thlriU ot the failures In the 1'nlteil States occurred In Ibe Southwestern mid I'acllli! Slates. Panama, May 22. Tho lal detneh- ment of marines liTI Panama lids motn Iiik Tor Anplnvrall uiuler eoiiiuiaml of Captain I'oebaues, Tluife loo sick lo Iratelnere sent In the InHpltal. Tim llrst batlnllon or murines III sail for New York hy thn steamer Aeapuleo on Moniliiy next. l.il-IIK Hoik, Mil) 22. At t hiiemlon. Ark., tn-tlay (iooilulu Jiickson, eolnred, who In N'oveuiher last lipatSandv Iti-iU mon, colored, to death with a Tenen tall, ns handed In Ihe iresenee nr a hiru croud, lie died iirolestlnt; that ho did not inienii lo kill Mainly, hut struck hlin for thnatenln to strike Mrs. Jackson. NeAiiK, May 22. Tim family of the late ex-Secretary FrellnK'.ni) ten makes no secret of the fact that the llrst serl- Illness of .Indite Frellni;hiiysen was due to aconite, that. In soma unac countable way. was bottled with the mineral water lie used, Dr. Lincoln, of Washington, says there was enouuli Ten In the hollle to kill four men. NoiuoiK, May 22. Despite the rain which fell to-day the memorial sen lees at I'orlsmuutli thla arternoou were at tended by an Immense throng. The weather prevented the military aiul civil processions, which had been ar ranged for on an elaborate scale, but the graves or tho Confederate and Fed. eral dead In tho various cemeteries were decorated with Mowers. WasiiiMiin.v, May 22. The Postmas ter Ucneral has Issued the follonlnir order relative to the renewal of Post masters' bonds: "That whenever a Post master or the Fourth class shall have re mained In ntllce for live tears rroni the dale or tliklnt: elicit of his latest of- neiai oonti, lie snail execute a new bond In the manner und wllh the sureties as leuulred br law noon llntleo from the department.'' I.dmiox, Mny 22. The Times sa)s: "It Is Impossible to deny that n preva lent fcellne of anxiety and uncertainty Is stlllgrowlntj. From the scanty Infor tnatlon Riven by the minutes. It is evi dent that wn are no nearer to a satis factory settlement than we were at the beginning of tho breach. There ure no signs or an advance In Ihe iieKotlatlons, but, on tbo contrary, there, are ominous evidences or n standstill." (JumiKC, May 22. F. T. Meiulux, M. P., and Charles Fitrpaltick, the lulvo- cato wbollgurcil so conspluuously In oh- (alnliif; a reprieve Tor Madame llanletle, the liny of St. Paul murderess, who Is now In the K'ngston Penitentiary, have been retained as counsel lo defend Kiel In bin comliii: trial In Ihe Northwest, they having been sent for by a promi nent French-Canadian Kentlcnian In the Piovlnoes who Is agreat rtlend ot Hell, and who has vo'iinteeied to meet all ex penses Incurred In his defense. C'vcinxsii, May 2;'. At tho morning sesslonoflhe Presbyterian assembly, a considerable sensation was produced by the ollerlng or a lesolullon hy JuiIko Drake, of Philadelphia, declaring that the l'ouian Cnlhnllo church Is apoBtate, Its priesthood usurpers, and lis baptism Invalid. He spoke In ravor or the reso lution, Keplfes were made by Drs. Wells and Culler, or llrookiyu, opposing the spirit or the resolution and objecting to Its consideration, now when a 1 mil- clalcnso Unending Involving Ihe same iiinuer, i no resolution was lulu on tlie table for the 1 1 mo being, Cl.M'lNXAll, May 22. Last night u boy wiiocouhl give an authentic account or the origin or the Sullivan lire ws round hy the coroner's olerk.at his homo In the extreme western portion of the city. The boy. whose name Is John Myers, It nppears, ran from the building at the very beginning ottbe lire, and went toa drug store, where his wounds were dressed, and ha then went home. He says he was sent down lo the !''! ilonr yetleiday afternoon to get a two-gallon eaitof benzine. Ilegot It from ' 'rlh ,t Men 111. who kept I lie dye house on Ihe llrst Hour, (iolng mi to the second Hour, he was passing along a nairow passage beside the presses In the direc tion or Ihe elevator shall, when In the dark he stumbled, struck thecal! against the press anil broke theglass. The bin zloo llow ed out, and as Ihe pressman had a gas light burning Ihe benzine almost instantly exploded. .Merets rell. satur ated wllh. the ben.lne. It took tire and he ran to tho stalrwav where ho ex tinguished the lire on 'his person and ran down to a drug store as herore stated, Tho coroner will begin Ibe In quest to-uiotrow.. Wasiiixiiiox, May 22. I he Secretary of Ihe Treasury to-day Issued warrants tor the payment ortS.OOO.OOUon account or pensions. It Is estlina-ed that the total payments on this account for the present month will amount to about $10,000,000. Secretary Manning says that the records or the New York custom house, on lite at the Treasury depart ment, show a gradual but decided re ductlon In the expense of conducting ibe business ol that olllce. The pav roll ror the month or October, lv-'l. numnmcl lo 2i,0o0, the pay loll for the month of April, imo, amounted to .MI.DO!), the pay roll ror the inoulh of lliv. lss.-, inn received at tho department, 'amounts to ti,uuu, or u,nuu less tnun ror the uionlhoriast October. Mlm I'lAvlnml who has been vlsltlnc friends In Vw Yotk for soue davs, relurned to Wash ington to-day. It Is understood that' Miss Cleveland, while lu New York, blared the manuscript or a book In the hands oflhe publisher, who will soon Issue It. The name orthe publisher and title or the book have not been an nounced. Paiui, May 2J. Victor llugii died at hair psst 1 this afternoon. The minis try will request the Chamber or Depu ties lo adjourn as a token or rrspert to the memory or dertased. It Is reporttd that M. Hugo bequeathed his manu script to France, and that lie len to the llepubllo to select a burial place for bis remains mid to decide as to the form or his funeral. Ills condition was so mani festly worso tills morning that Ids death was regarded as certain In take place within n few hours. When this fact be came known Cardinal (llntlhert, Arch bishop or Paris, sent specially lo Hugo's residence, oll'erlng to visit him and ad minister spiritual aid and the riles orthe Catholic vburcli. M. Lockroy, the port's son-in-law, who was In attendance at Ihe death-bed when the Cardinal's pmr fer came, replied for Hugo, declining with thanks the Archbishop's lender mill saying for tho dying man : "Victor Hugo Is expecting death, but he does not desire the services or a priest." The (loverninent proposes n clll funeral fur Victor Hugo, at the expense or the Slate. The newspapers of Paris appear In mourning this etenlng. It li believed Ihe funeral will be the grandest scene In France lor a century. The poet was sketched as he lay on his ilcalh-bed. by the (iovcrnment painter, llonnelt, who will transfer to canvass the Impression taken. IntheSenaln M. Hero) e deliv ered an eulogy on Hugo. The speaker said that Tor the past m years Victor Hugo had been thondmlrallon of France and too world. He bad now entered Immortality. Ills glory belonged to no party, but to all men. Prime Minister llrlsson dcllverednn eulogy In the Chain or Deputies. He said that the whole nation mourned the loss or Hugo, and moved that the funeral or the poet ho condiiclid at the Slate's expense. The motion was greeted wllh applause. (Ji iiim-, May 22. Tbo Hark llrllllant which nrrlved here last night from Pors griiiid. had on board tho crews or Ihe 11. irk Iia) aril. Captain Anderson, from Drohak for Mclls, and or the steamer Mary Louise, or Newcastle, Captain drill, from New York ror Liverpool. Captain Anderson, orthe llayard, states that he left Drobak, April llh. Tor Metis. The vessel met with variable weather lililll midnight on the tilh or .May, when, with the weather thick and foirgy mid very dark, she ran into Ice near tho banks of Newfoundland. The vessel was completely surrounded by lie anil Icebergs. The crow remained on board the vessel until Tuesday afler- ii. when the Icebergs enme against the bark, completely sutroiindlng her and smashing In her port side. They then look to the boats and went on to the Icebergs, escaping with their lives and saving nothing. They remained three days and three, nights on the Ice. They tell a tain of great hardship anil tiillcrlng. All tho clothing they had was on Ihelr backs, and this becoming wet added to their misery. The men, howeer, bore up noblv, being cheered up by the heartiness ot Captain Ander son. They came out or the Ice at 2 a. in. on Sunday. The took lo the boat and pulled westward In a thick fog. After pulling for two hours they heard n steamer's whistle. They pulled along side tbo vessel, which proved to he Ihe .Mary Louise, of Newcastle, bound ror Liverpool. They were taken on board and the Captain stated that they had struck on the Ice sometime before, and the vessel was then leaking badly. Cap tain Anderson had been aboard 'Just an hour when Iho Mary Louise began lo siiik. iioin tue crews, numbering ;i. persons, leu me steamer In tune boats and proceed il west. They were picked up by the llrllllant, iiHer having spent live days among the Icebergs In mid- Tho New Government UulldlngB. A I. nun represesentatlvo yesterday visited the (iovernmuit post build ings, and through the courtrBy of Major Lee, who Is a most pleasant gentleman, was permitted to take a look at tin plans and drawings of the proposed new buildings for bairacks and otllcers' piartcrs soon to he erected at the post. The whole design and airangeuient, as couceiveii anil lo ue executed riy Jiajor Lee, prove him to be quite an expert as an architect and builder, and that the (jovernmcnt Is fortunate in having so eltlclent an olllcer In disbursing its ap propriations. These new buildings anil other improvements, will cost some ining like .iuu,ouu, ruayDO, more. 1 nere Is only i'S.OUO now appropriated for Im mediate use, but Major Lee says he In tends to expend the money In such man ner as to make tbo best showing, and by personally looking nfter and superin tending tlie same, thinks Ihero will be much less dllllciilty In securing b is 111- clent appropriations from Congress In completing nu me uesireu improve ments nt mi early date. In regard to the Orayson street matter, Major Lee says It is or vital Importance that this new thoroughfare be opened, as It will give almost a direct route through rroin the (loverninent depot to the rock quar ries, rutting down the huullng distance ofover a mile, thus savlngonc-thlril Ihe cost In the transportation or stone to be used Tor building material. 'Ihe open up mid Improving or this new road will not only be or vast benellt lothe Uovern ment, but a general good lothe whole city, In giving a good drive from Ihe (iovernment lull around and hack of San Pedro springs down to the heart or the city, consequently Improving as well as Incu emlng In value a largo territory or city property, the Increased receipts from taxes would soon pay for all the cost oflhe Improvements. The money spent hy the (iovernment and yet to be expended in Sati Antonio, Is of too great a value and aid to ourclty to be Ignored, and we can wellallord lo give the little assistance asked ror In tbeopenlng up or this new roud. A Vocnl Duet. One of the In da da hoys, who thinks be has a lino voice for singing, passed along South Florea street last night re hearsing a serenade he Intended to sing to his ladylove. He sang rather Inuilly, and In tbestlll night air the mel ody (r) could bo plainly heard for several blocks. He finished one slnnm of the song and was about to begin another, when a wakeful donkey, or the long eared species, took up his rerraln nnil hee-haw ed In a very loud voice. A nail or silence then rested over that part or tue city, and l lie young man passed silently and swiftly on his way. his foot steps no doubt hastened by the sound of lauguier inai came apparently irom every residence he passed. Mr. Morris Jacoby, from Fort Clark, Is In the city. Mr. Morris Friedman has returned from New Orleans and Atlanta, (la. Frank Dlgnowlty, of llrackett. Is In the city shaking hands with friends. Charley l.lmke, of Knclnal, arrived last night with a couple car loads ef horses. .Mr. Charles Cresson loft this morning ror Hlngsb'iry, where he will slay two or Hires days. T C. Case, a commercial tourist, rep resenting several large New York homes. Is visiting the city, and Is uoohcu ai uie .vicnger. James Miller, Thurston; J. D. Allien, F. Waldrow. St. Louis: John T. F.lch- berg, Atlanta; Dr. J. Y. Sooler, I'. S. .vrinv: t... iviiiriuge. Ml. Augustine; Miss Itnbertson.Smi Francisco: John O. ( 'nmiulncs. l-owsll; W. Kesey, Denver; it. i . .vier.iuiien, w. i . i arrou. r.u ward (illhean. Texas: A. ('. Stnddnrt and wife, New York; L. M. Met'liirg. I'orgnay, F.ng.; D. K. Hell, Texas; II. Scbooke. Unit I more; John McCoy, Itoi h esler. (ieorge II. Campbell, Laredo; Hugh I'airauiori', Abilene; C. W. Maker, It. W. Tiirrman. Mexico. Ills.: Ml.s Jul a Mar tin, (lalvestnn; It. W. Sea, Louisville; Captain Charles II. Pettll.Salltlln, Mel.; .niiige l UK li I.. Lewis, (morales; raid Vlllarel, Comfort: P. Alrgrla. F.agle Pass: (J. A. Scarlirht. Austin: J. II. Ser ving, llaltlmnre; A. V. D. Old, Fort Davis; deorgn A. Doogan and family, Del Itln: W.J. Klnglbtiiy. I.os Angeles, Cal.; S. P. Norton, Now York, are at the .neiiger. A Nulannco. Dally a large number of bo) a of alt sires make a practice of bathing In the San Pedro ditch Just south or San Pedro springs. This Is against the ordinance, and should be stopped, as they are not only exposed to the gae or every per son living within a radius or MM yards, but they are drilling the waters or the ditch, which very many rainllles use far cooking and drinking pnri uses. A Uau'ccild. Harry Haiiin lias a severe cold. Ills friends nscrlbalt lo the Involuntary hath he received while journeying home. Ho sat under a water tank waiting fur the next freight train; the aforesaid tank leaked, mid the consequence was Harry got wet. He Intends to bring a damage suit against the railroad ror $2.1.(sji), which the company could have saved by giving him 23 cents to get the batli In San Antonio. A rien.Bn.nt sociable. The young people's society or the tladlson Square Presbyterian church had a most pleasant and enjoyable social last night at the residence or Mr. W. K. Hilton, 403 San Pedro avenue. Songs, solos and recitations, besides a general good time, were the order or the even ing; but, above all, the charming hospi tality or .Mrs. Hilton and her accom plished daughter. Miss Annlo Kosssly, added to the occsslpn much or Its snjoy- Something: Prnctlcnl. (ieorge I.nchappelle, F.sq , brought to the LmliT this morning a large box of his own manufacture or soaps, among which aro the following ravorlte brands: Magnolia, Cotton Seed, Durable, Favor lie, F.ureka, Laundry and Family, and If there Is auy virtue In good soap there will he much cleanliness about this es tablishment. Mr. Lachappella Is one of tbo few enterprising manufacturers of the city, and It Is by the inslntalnance or such enterprises that the elty grows In trade, popularity and wealth. Going for Blood. The match between 0 wynne Price, the P.ngllsh champion wing shot, mid II A. Penrose for $2S0 will take place to morrow at San Pedro llaso Hall groiindr. Price admits that Penrose Is tie tlnest shot he has yet encountered In his many years experience, but he Is confident of being able to bent him. Hets of large nmounts have been made on the re sult, and n genuine trial of skill csn be relied on, both turtles determining to shoot lor all they aro worth. Interest In the result has bean dallv Increasing, and a large nttendance will be at the park to-morrow to witness the contest. Austin va.Snn Antonio. It Is plain that the trade or the coun ties lying south along the Colerado river, beginning with Itlanco and run ning up the river to Tom Oreen county, Is suhjeot to be drawn either to Austin by an extension or the Austin and North western narrovv-guage, or to San An tonio by a road leading from that place northwest through the section of coun try Indicated, if San Antonio strikes llrst and gains It, her gain will be the greatest, as much of the territory she would thus control docs not now be long to her. Austin must strike to hold her own and to gain a few counties now turned In Ualveston bv the Santa Fe. The live town whichever It may be will get the prl.e. Is It Austin or San Antonio? necorder's Court. Itobert Kills was lined 1 for violating the sanitary ordinance. Mike Flanagan was lined $2 for bath ing In the Han Antonio river Inside the city limits. Timothy Tlckman was lined 15 or 10 days lor vagrancy. (3. Lugo was lined f 5 ror being drunk. Also Domingo (julntero, Caroline Hay wood, Tor disturbing the peace orsylva Adams, dismissed. J. McGowan, striking Louis CbrlstoDh, continued. Harvey, violating sanitary ordinance, continued. J. P. Hickman, orthe Southern hotel; C. Davis, Menger hotel; Max Herrmann, Maverick hotel; Louis Hergstrom, hide yard, charged with violating the sani tary ordinances, were dismissed, they having compiled with the ordinance. The case of I.. W. Karnest A Co., or the Vance hotel, same charge, was contin ued, the work of constructing a proper V ault lor a cesspool now being done. The most popular olgarettes at the popular price are Opera Pulls. tf SHE n '.' A PIC FOR THE Is nrocccdinn - X II ' ccssfully, ami tho people f, I arc freely availing tficm- I J selves of this cxtraordina- . V rtj opportunity to supply j themselves with Glothiny tj II and Cool Underwear at the enormous reduction in I prices at g I II A M f II II w 1 ti F. SHEETS', No. 44 Commerce Street. ii IIBJ-.LIV . 4 u DAN J. ( OLTON. STltlCTLY u u u u COLTON & BOLTON, AUCTIONEERS $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2, 4 and 6 W. Houston St., at Bridge. SECMD-IIMD FURNITURE BOUGHT HMD SOLD. Vim icitl ftrvl it to your mhantag, befort nttr&atinf tUtwhere, to rail ami examine our Uvge Anwimtnt uf SKW ASD StX'OSD UAXH UOVSKtmUi HOOPS, Much un fttrfar Suit, lUtl.ftuom S'rta, l)iwng-Itxm, KUthtn and OjXee Furniture, Crockery, (,'laiiicair, ximM, JVutaJ Ware, ln W'ute, Cutlery, Etc, CWi'hj ami i hating Stove, Vuttun, Itw,, ,WM ami Mu-nt Mittrenott on hnmi and Hindi ta onter; CWim Cott atut lied SfntmjH of all tbterijitUirii; Vtcturtt, Mirrors, Vinmt, J 'a ambulator; a targe aort mud of Fint t''t-Xf, (htm, I'ittuh, Shout Catfi, Fire and Ituiglar h-oof Safe, liar JtiHitn Future ami other mitetllinrot ejfretn toi nuinetvta to mention; alio Hone, Ituygif, Curriayn, 'ttyin, I lame, Saddle and Ittanltt that trill fa told at jirice tcithtn th: t each of wyrWy, Our House and IMS I, 2 and 11. In block I'., sillxllvlslon or orlirliialclly lot No. 2, ihslrlU No. I, ruiureas and U, vi ry elit-ap. lits 1 and 2. In Mia k ai, vomer Idler Avenue ami KlUHiK-in sin 1 1. A dwelling bouso w lf,. I'rln, ST0I1. Two houses, trained, ceded and weather; iMianleil, 2 irallerlcat tath house contains t rooms and miclien. imil- vines, sliado trees, lots Mii2S feet, on Cameron street! will sell al a oariram. ls, hydrant water, lot 2ni 20varas, oil FiutMnrc A flue rosMelieo, i-orni d II ami HI llh bull,' bath house will. I'utures. .kitchen, ItKal lerlt's, lilltlt 111 modern Blrle. lot BOa ISIS reel! can Iki ImuKhlat low llauri siuid part "ll time, cqiiul only in a nominal rout. A house ami lot on L'olllli" street, lot Will vuras, Is ottered lit a tiaririiln. A ( room homo, nicely finished, mil hollies. Willi two lots each lsl,i,l in, riichiacil mi l liutlinin lu the elty. comer Noln llacklK-rry street"! n ureal Innmlii liberal u r cry Two liulldluir lo ,f l.ill. N. If. It. L.,eiic-Iose.lwii irronlamlsidf v fence: fins shade trc An Improved ranch, IIS ilaal- III lory: also u'teiiunt house, a rooms, n i nt house, a nioms, n wcu oi IJ miles oust or 'f an Antonio. A "inly Improved rami. ISO acres. SO acres now lu cultivation. 40 acres In eho co and o- fanns In We.t Tevas. and Is ottered fur sale, only on ai-eountof III health of the owner, and Throe hundred and twenty acres of laud ... ....! iimi i mi cl. S miles west of Man An tonio, enclosed with (rood fellev, plenty Kraaa aim water umi uiiioer, wo, win m n u.inmi. Twenty-acre farm. itoinI dwelllna house, 3S4 miles south of rlau Autoiilu. Price STJUO. A rami. SO acres; a dwellhnr house, 3 rooms, all nle'l) Mulshed, land Irrlfc-ublc, miles from city. BUSINESS FOR SALE. A restaurant outfit, with all Its furniture a li i,r liimhcr. cook raiurc. coun ter, sliow eases, tattles, chairs, etc. I also piano. Will sell at a bariralll. tWParllcular attention given to Outside Sales. Consignments solicited. Largest Auction House In West Texas. Fine Display ltooms. Sales every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. COLTON & BOLTON", Auctioneers, Ileal Estate and Commission Merchants, 2, 4, and 0 W. Houston St. U: 1331 I - NIC b PUBLIC I I) up.ru sur. II II laCDsacaaos: V uu : ir;:DHii:zj!j JOHN II. HOI.TON. HJJHINP.SH." Estate Agency. FOn RENT. A Inrae fiouso, 0 i nicely furnlslic.1 llast Houston street. A 1 room house on West Commerce street, suitable Tor a restaurant or hoardlnjr house. House, No. I2H raiueron street, 3 rooms and kltchca. Price $lt .er month. A 7 room house. No. tea North Hores street; n iio'iior; njuruiiiami wen water,ai i house, two fine coot . desirable tenant. VEHICLES FOn SALE. A double-seated family carrlwro (Kastem makel, leather top, nut f 3.V). w ill sell at a baraiiln. Also a slnirle set harness and shaft. A mic-horso stirlliK wagon. Rood as new. sultahlofor pul Hut or express purposes. Will PROPERTY WANTED. MONEY WANTED. On the tiest real estate si'curlttes. LOANS NEGOTIATED, Minis to suit borrowers on approved f PUROHASINO AQENOY. We have opened, for tho U'tlcfU or people hvliur distant from tho elty, a (IKNKItAI. rUitCIIAMimi AIOI diiiniDD.i.., ,,uo.- NKS, ami will promptly till all orders for any vou Hi" cost of travel and at tho samo tlmo giving you the advantage ot buying at tho th vThniesalu houses' tielng- such that they will IiiKjou the samo advantages as If you were hero In person. If you wish to pureliaso llress floods. Clothing. Hals, Millinery, or Crockery, tllassware, Hoots, fchoes, or Hard ware, pleuso wrllo us Tor lirlces. rales of frelglitl etc. Wowlllcheerrullyglvoany In formation desired.