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Saturday. Mav 23, 1885. Vmi An uM U var- fin vrhi-n jnn liny n He friin't-nUir 4 ntV , nly tlic IntrplXiii Ice-Berg Refrigerator, ill yml will nnl hnii onli'lHiT hi tin ninr VKM'II.ATOIt. i mini tllliil Each Box Sold With a Guarantee. a full line of cheaper irrndes I, Jciett's.cic ; nlso nil stylia II. Ilrocirs' iiinl llnr Ifmilil , Hlldliur Top Hal. mil I hosts, rl ...I. i, locl'rciim Irios , Until Tulis, lie, lie. Ilpinic anilnus ionium nut Ji'iir lli frliri rn lurs, we nlli r llieln ill cost. II will pny )IIU t net' ol,r i1"""" ,!" r"r" PAUL WAG HER. CARTER ft HULLALY"; Transfer Line. y, Feed ?nd Sale Stables. UNDERTAKERS ASII FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 'I- mill 11 Allium 1Mii7.ii, SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS. jv? Special Attention given to for r irdimr bodies to nllpartsof tho I'nlli'il M,uc- Telephone connection. Cnlls Kin nded ilny nml night. MO-ly NEW YORK EUROPE Hi IllliSt ill lllllllllll I iiiiv line I lilllleitill en r Wedlies ir Vnrklher.il IiiwIiiiiTui. In N. EUROPEAN TRAVELERS Ilinl thin the ihcnpist ami iimst .1. l. iil.li I. . makliiir l-Iiwi- coiiiii el ion In New Vurk i ii'i ilieTrnhsAtliihllc Hues 1'iii.aeini. ti ki l ttimuirli In Hinl Imin till Hiliitn In op nt n dueed rules Kortlck, Is, miiUinm. IK nf all slciittishlps, renerlilllim of riHilim. eiirri l liiliiniiiiln.il In ileum, apply In W. J. YOUNQ, . ill Mn i I.l , i.l Air. lit liir nil I'lil Linen. U V IIL'Y AMI .iKI.I. CITY PROPERTY AND LANDS ImrMini'iilH. WILL MAKE OR SECURE LOANS ON GILT EDGE SECURITY. No. I West Houston St., Adjoining Bridge. HAN AMIINII) SAYINGS BANK, NO. 43 HtlI.i;iAI) blUKKT, L'intirtln' niatmifcrntT.t nf I. Uurii. imtiki-r lei -itH. rintijt-ot to i h.-ek, nn I.ed.Mtt UiU r nl lull I-- paid uit llltn D (HMtilx ,r (1 nml npwunU itt tin rate of i pcrefiii per an num. IltLiiklntr hmjru-K a. in. to 4 . m. Hai urihi)8 va m. to h p. in., tor thr conn nli tiro or Mtviiijro Itnnk lf,Kiiltorn. San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co. IIoxm routed In i i-l Vault. All tun v. Hont k I.. (1AKA. l'ri-UUiit. GEO. R. HINES, Real Estate and Loan Broker. LOANS NIEMtlTIATKII, Improved and Unimproved City Loti ami Country I.anil for Sale ami Kent. ROOM i KAVIPMAKtl BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. MEXICAN STORE. Fino QrooorloB, Cigars nnd To bacoo, Wholosttlo nnd Ilotall. :, Ku. VIL at will. thill, Chlhcopoii kery, Mcvlonn strn stock t'dnRlAtH of i t'ln, chocolate, i ney winl liuu i r Curiosities n spcolult) hi nil i wnn irnni anl klics or ' lll'.MIIKltTO.Ie H, IIOS1I LOCAL NOTES. Warm water baths, corner Coin, inerce anil Alamo streets. l-;iO-lin Concert at Somine rs' garden to-tiior-row afternoon and evening, Ladles call and seo handsomest din ner, tea and chamber sets In Ihecltv, and the prettiest lamps, at Nnwiov & WhikiiX 6-22-yt No. 1(1 Main plaza. For a line lining suit call on A. .M. Cohen, Jlnln plaza. 5-22-tr Every llrst-class dealer sells Opera Pull' cigarettes. Avoid Injurious Imita tions, tf An elegant line of gents furnishing goods can be seen at A. .M. Cohen's, Main plaza. J'nces low. 6-22-tf THE very large sale of OHIRONTO In so short a period after Introduction Is accounted for by the tact that after once used It leaves such a pleasurable sense of cleanliness to the mouth and beauty to the teeth and gums that It Is considered almost indispensable. Only 50 cents a box, liquid and powder, For sale by !'. Knltcrer Hon. RAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered by Reporters on Their Tours Through Town. Turkish baths at A. Lilian's, lm Tim grass should be trimmed In the piil.llo parks. Miulo and dancing at Kelt's garden to-iuorrow night. Music and dancing nt Jonas' garden tn-miirrow night. -The oil lamp at the Convent foot bridge has been removed. - The bestdance miulo In the city to morrow night at Jonas' garden. -Only one place In tin city sells that pleasant summer drink, mead. - For bargains In ready made clothing call on A.M. Cohen. :'. and all Jlaln. plaza. B-W-tl The I'ailno association giro a liter ary and iikIhI entertainment this even ing. 'I he election to dav Is going fur the proposition. A rery light vote Is being polled. There hare been soine'AI.IHO head or ito-k sold In this market dnrlng the past week. -Why docs not Iho Klectrlo Light company procure moro po erful dynamo maililncs t Concert by Military band at Sum mers' gulden lo-morrow afternoon and evening. tio out to Jonas' garden to-morrow night, (iood miulo and plenty or re freshments. -I'nllieiii.ni W II. Mnrlln In now doing special install! of regular duly fur low nays. A eolorcd man on n "bunking bron cho," on Main plna, drew n hlg crowd last eiinlng. A nonv mus stolen last 'Ihiifsilay night from Mr. Win. Trait, who lives on uignoniiy inn. Tlio case against the l erlllllng iiNimui v. fur maintaining a nuisance, uas dismissed. The lienlly carved doors at MI'slon San Jose have been removed, probably stolen by vandals. - Saturday and Suiidav night concerts hv thn Houston Snengerfest orchestra at tfin Vienna garden. lennn (lardcu uranil concert, wllh a very select programme, on Saturday nnd Sunday nlghls. A horse was stolen last night from Mr. J. 11. Man. from lllg's blacksmith j aril, on Doloroso street. The T'emolc Itetb Kl Literary so ciety will hold a meet to-morrow after noon at it o'clock. A minister from (ionzales will occu py the iiulplt of tho Cumberland Presby terian church to-morrow. Sim Hart Is to lit mi a tine new cigar store In tho new building, corner of Commerce anil i.osojo streets. The city autlioiltles should order the weeds cut out tf the slreeU In the residence portion of the city. The grand Schuel7enfest and prize shooting uccurs next Sunday afternoon at the schuctnn vereln's rango. - Ollleer John Chadwell blushed to Ids boots jeslerday evening nt being "chnllcd" from the stage of the Kashlon theatre. Kuril cars lll run to-night after the concert on the North Hum San San Pedrh springs nnd Avenue C street our lines. The Klores street car will take you out to Kest's girden tn-inorrow night, where ou can enjoy the music and dancing" . - A meeting of cltlrns will he held In the Count) imirt room this evening to orgiiuie suitable celebrations for the Fourth of July. A couple of enlerpilslng business men from Mexico, Mn.. arrived In the city Inst night to Invest in ranch prop erly in this county. Services at the Mount .Ion Ilaptlst church to-morrow: Sunday school at U a. in.; preaching at 1 and 7 n. m.; bap tizing at ::."U p. 111. at the Mill bridge. The change of grade and extension of thn street railway track up to the Epis copal chapel, on tiraysoa street, will cost Iho company something like fil.HM. The gentleman who took a certain Imlv out buggy riding night before Inst and drove by the poslolllce. thought he could not bu recognized. Mistaken, mis ter' Major Campbell, of San I'edro Avenue, the owner of the most hand some house In town, is Jubilant over a present of a blooded maro from Nueces county. Services at St. Paul M. L. church lo-morrow: .Sunday school 10 a. m.; Lit erary Temperance Hand nt Hope meets II: III) a. m.; preaching at II p. in. nnd at h p. m. Mack llenson, pastor. Services I o-morrow at the New Light Free Mission lliiiitlst church: I'rujer meeting at (In. m.;Sundiiv school at '.' ii. m ; preaching nt J and .s p. in. by tho pallor, l!ev. .1. Holmes. All those young men Interested In the gentlemen's club to be formed to night, are requested to lnct promptly at s o'clock at .Morris A Downing'! saloon. Alamo plaz.a, for organization. - Services at the Second llnpllst church lo-morrow. Sunday school at ! a. in., preechlng at '.:.!0 p. in. by Itev. C. Shackelford, D. D of ravette. Mo., and also at S p, in. All are cordlallv Invited to attend. J. W. Carr, pastor, ' Trinity Methodist LpUcopat church, corner Avenue C and Pecan street. Biiniiny 6ounui at asm; baptism and re ception or probationers at II a. in.; clan meeting at "::iO p. m.; preaching by the pnslor ut b:l."i. beats Ireejshort services; strangers Invited. Another concert will be given to night at Mission garden by the Ladles' orchestra: also, to-morrow iilcht. To. morrow night's concert will be the last given al this garden by the Kempa fam ily, and they should receive crowded nouses uiinng mis, tiielr last appear anie here, A I.iuiit reporter tho dnr before ves lerday went on a mission of charity to awake a friend who had courted the "drowsy god" too effectually, when a damsel of Avenue K, to all appearance one of culture, shocked thebalinv after. noon zephyrs and (lie Innate modesty of the bohemlan bv velllm- nut. "Suv .nuns, woo s ins IHU." A hart! looklni? customer nan,. I Mike Klansiran was before the i:cnnir tills morning, charged with bathing ..t... lumiii ucri orioge, in plain view of the residents of that part of thecltv. He said he was not hull,. lug, never bathed III fact, and he looked like this was true. He said he was only changing his clothes. The properoharge Kiunm "i"i suouiu uavo oeen vagrancy Ktvsliielas la a dinpcrnni .Hi..,. Not unfre'piently does It take such a form as to carry off Its victim after a period of lr.t nso suffering. Charles II. Lucas, of Zanesvllle, Ohio, wrllesi "l'or three years my wire has been suf ferlng from erysipelas. She has tried numerous physicians but received no hencllt from any of them. She com menced using Mlshler's Herb Hitters about a month ilncc, and Is now entire ly well." Wool. The well-kaown Creison clip or Pre sidio county, amounting to some f.5,000 pounds, wai lold yesterday for 101 cents, except for some coarse wool, which brought Kl cents per pound, THE FERTILIZING COMPANT. The Fx-City Phy9iclon'n Idcos on the Subject. This morning a I.iuiit reporter had a conversation with Dr. Mengcr, relative to the Fertilizing company ind lis pres ent site. The Doctor said: 111 state the main points why I re- commended llie eitsblllluiielitof a fertll lJng ractory In the rear of oor city about three Jesrs ago: First llecauie our city wai grow ing In population and that rapidly the complaints of overfilled and noxloui privies became so numerous tint mine thing had to be done. There was no ellettual system of any descilpllon for cleansing privy vaulta and cesspools and the removal of their contents to n place outside or tne city limits, where the material could h il.ini.llril and utilized without endangering an) body, Second llecauie, coasldirlng drainage, Including the re moval or rucil matter, a great poini in keeping a city In good sanitary condi tion; and because tbtro existed no gen eral avsteni or seweraire, Third He- cause the privies In general, as already stated, were III a very dilapidated con dition, many being mere holes dug In the ground, so that the fucal matter could constantly percolate through the ground Into the well-water, then ex- lensiveiv useu tor urinmng purposes, thereby laying tho foundation for many dlseasei, especially typhoid fever, enteritis and iucIi like. Microscopical and chemical analysis proved this fact Incontestable. Firth llecauie the man gerortbe Fertlllzlngcompany declared that Hie removal of garbage from privy vaults would be conducted according to most approved plans ; mat underground privies should be used In fill urn and the garbage would be dlslnrected before Its removal to the factory In hermetically sealed casks, and then It would be convertrd Into a dry fertilizing material. Sixth Itecause, If conducted properly. It seems tome the best place to take charge or the noxious material under the exciting circumstances, and to the best or my kiinwietlge mere lias neen no coniniaini made directly to me then City Physi cian In regard to Iho factory. I had nersonallr Inniilred or narlles living ad jacent and no complaint was made by mem as to l lie lactery neing a nuisance. The ractory was situated three miles I.om .Military plaza, in a nmesione re gion, fur rrom any Immediate neighbor hood, Bnd where the underground water strata Is so deep that parties digging ror well water could not reach anv. In my last communication to ex-Mayor French nnd the City Council, I plainly stated that should the factory prove to be a nnlsance to the community there It should not be tolerated In any suburban parrot the city, reierring at rue same time to the fact that tho western suburbs are moreextenslvely populated, anil that the fertilizing material Is moro liable to reach and infect the under ground water strata. Died Sunday Klh, at 10.110 o'clock, ltessle, Infant daughter of K. and L. lladaz. aged four mnntiii and II days, at San An tonio, Texas. HurElnry. Yesterday afternoon, while no one was al home, tho residence of Mr. Charles Onesenbeck', on North itreet, was en tered by somo sneaking thief, nnd a pis tol and a couple of dollars In money was nrrieu on. A Lurgo Turnout. The children of tho Fourth ward col ored school havo a picnic at San Pedro springs to-day, and It Is sale to say that every )oungster who could go went. The nroccssion down East Commerce street to the cars at Alamo was a large one, and made a good appearance. The Public Lamps. The police have been Instructed by the Mayor to watch tho publlo street and plaz.a lamps closely and report whether they are lighted and kept burn ing at night. The consequence of these Instructions Is that the Mayor finds that heretofore, taking these reports aa a precedent, that the city has been pay. Ing a great deal more for her gas and electric lights than she has received In llg'its. Mayor Callaghan says the city does not Intend lo pay for light that has not been delivered. Tne Petrified Forest. Visiter! to the petrllled toreit, near Corlzo, on the Little Colorado, begin to see the signs of pttrefactlon hours be fore reaching the wonder. The road at a distance of ten miles from Corlzo ea ters an immense basin, tho slope being nearly a srml-clrcle, and tills inclosed br high banks of ibnle and white clay. The petrllled stumps, limbs anil in ract whole trees, lie about on all sides; tho action of the waters ror hundreds of years has gradually washed away the high hills roundabout, and the treei that once covered the high lauie-iaiiui now lie in tne valley be neath. Immerse, trunks, some or which will measure over llvs feet In diameter, are broken and scattered over a surface of IIIAI acres. Iloiton Journal, Krsenigen At Arbeltur-Vereln hall, Sunday, May Jllli.nl H p. m. For members and In vllcd guests only, 5-18-0t, , Rsmovsl. Mrs. C, Morel, French dressmaker, has removed lo ll North street, near Alamo, where she wilt be pleased to serve all her customers 6-12-1 in M.hncke'i GarJen Concerts. On nucoiint or the Inclemency or the weather llie past week, the Kempa fam ily will give ii series of concerts at Lull wig Mahncke's' garden on the coming Thursday, Saturday nnd Sunday nlghls. G004 Chinee for Inveslmsnt. Parties desiring bargains In frontier latins, ranches, nun very choice pieces of property In the centrnl portion or the cny, win piense cull mill see ;i-'.ll-'.liii Naucimj I, Kit.. A. H. Sharer a Co., :il West Commerce itreet, (ell Ilubber Hose : Standard, one-hall Inch 10o ner font Standard, J Inch llc per Too Ituyal, Inch Klo per foot llo) al, Inch. . . ,, l&i per foot Extra quality, ) Inch 15c per root Extra quality, inch 2Uc per foot All othergoods at fair prices and work guaranieeil. sniiiie. One of the finest establishments that Van Antonio, ir not Texas, can boast or is tne Art uauery ore. 11, Mueller.it 205 Commerce street. Here can be hail artist's and draiightmen's materials, of both domestic and Imnorted klnos. Kn gravlngs, clirotnoa and paintings aro on band, in an endless variety. Picture frames, mouldings and materials for fresco and sign paintlngln large varieties China decorations and material for wax lowers. In a larte assortment. Mr. Mueller receives direct from factories large shipments of paints, oils and other material In that lino, as well as window glass, and line domestic antl Imported decorative wall paper are specialties In nis estauiiiuuient. tz-lJ-ly MONTHLY STATEMENT Of tho Gity Clcrh of Receipts and Expenditures of the Gityof San Antonio, for the x&. UulKIMt. Kl'.lll- Aprll IS. TulJillwHir;a n .I from Treanirei it from Trcnsurri receipt trom Tiensure April IS. TulViUecHir 'Hi. IlLXAllCnrNTV Fr. ili Aprll I. To Imlamo. ... Ihkt,. I'i'lil.lr iMentiVkUkaTrt Fuan- Aprll :. To Collector's receipt rrom Trea iwt. CkMl.TMIV Kl-NIi April I. Tn balanen April Tu Collector's receipt from Treasurer, EXPENDITURES. (UNkllAI, KllNl April I lly balance Aplll :S. ilv bii,uiiV pHli'l aiioiintor salnry'or ollliers fu Ulnrtli, IW lh. Mlirl fVmieiU tmirr's fVjxirfrnrnt. A pi 11 I M. I'ny roll of latmrers. enrls, scrn V. .1. Ilellel, inillerlnl, tk lnlierl K.J. Ilellel. I lil. rtevi HV,. lilili.l. April IhII. I'ny salnry I-. II. Huntress, Commlsslniier I'nv Inlm.vrs o'n Mailre illleh, April "' I'ny InlN.iers elentilnir Smi Alilonlii rner I'ny snl'iry II. W llkms, I'oitmnssloiierwest sMe, mnrili I'ny rollefeiiiiltiailltclies In April IssS. ffmltk uii'l S.lniliv Vlitmriif. April 1 :10. .1 tlraiinnnael. sMnry as City rhvslcmii, IlecemtK'r. lisl, Janiuiry nml February, Pv.6 lollnreh I'J. ISH& Monlhlrallowatice topiinpers, April. nyrol! scnvoiiiier carls, Mntch IKM. IVIy L'iiOtrcr'ii iVnf i,e,i, Airll I -JO. Pay roll or employe for March, V liielilentnl rilie NleTenirir, ilnlliiiiery( , lliloln l.Wi. Mis fVKlllmmt. April l-Srt. l'liylnll Knalneers nnilitrivers for 1'ny t'.' Hoot for forairv. Al Pay (1. Ileerll for repairs Mnrili, lHMi I'ni' C. nllimtnlg, nliowance Hose tsr,. ciiu I'm. Apill 1-30. I'ny of Pi i'nv or m, I'ny or (leorire Heap for IW.', (i.i. nml ll'ubr. April l-tlo. I'ny rent or h)ilrnnta rur January, Kel.runry I I'ny repair or liioken plpo In liiieniln r, W. M. Jtlnr-lliiiiroiMiinil Omfhiizriirlo. April l-:w. Pay miscellnniinis employees ror Mnrch. Isi., I'ny Ciinilus. ireneml utility limn. In April I". I'nv Km. Tel. nml Tel. I'"., rent telepii.iiu Mil I'nv liilmier ill Mmllson nai l. Man Ii II In Apr l'HA. llellKlloil, kei pireemelery I'ny Itlee.V It) I s.mnlerlal for okI or suit I'liyJiieoliWiiclile I'ny VV. Itnnsiim, services as stenographer I'nyll.HiliullM'rorstimi rnrl'oumll room . . I'ny S. A Siuiltnry ami Kerllllimir Co., eleniilnir vault mnrket house I'ny II. V. Miller for ihnr license cheeks I'ny IntKirers repnlrlna liinrkc t liotmo I'ny olllcern ami clerks or elect Ion April 4, IsiCi it rinitl fur. iLiterinl for tirlilKei IS5. Pill.ICK f'l'MI April I. Ilylmlanee April 1 :!.-. ly 1'hll rllinnleln, Hilary as Muislial fiir Man Ii, IwCi April I 91. II) pny roll I'ollee ilepnrlmenl Mntch. IM April KB). Ily A. Scliilniiiclier, reiHllmr prisoners Mnnh, IHKi isis. ripicui. rt'Nii April I 'm. Ily V. dross .V Co., Interest on Ihmi.1 1KJS April l-X Ily l'k I .V Kniiipiiiiinu, Inleiesl on Ihiii.I liT.'i... April l-l. Ily II. H. N iiimiiii. Iiileresl on Ihiii.I IS7.1 April l-'M. Ilr Sim Alilonlii Niitlnmil l.nnk, InteicHton Iniml Iwl April l-'W. Ily llnluneo if5. Ill XAll CoONTV I'rNIi April Nil). Ily nuioiint trnusrer Ily Imlnnei' .I lodenernl RECAPITULATION. Monthly Statement of tho Receipts School Fund of tho City of San Antonio tor Month of April, 1ROG. HltCltllTS. April 1. To linl'ince April IS. Tn Collector's reieipt froin Tiensurer, No, fi April M. Tn ( ollector's receipt from Treasurer, No. 7 April W). To amount collect!-.!, nolo on lat.il anil Interest .. April SO. To amount collecteil fiom Comptroller of htntn . KXPUNummita, April l-M. HyNloTen.-ii, for stmlnnory Anrll l-:u. llvH. A. Snnllnrynn.l Fert. (' April IHO. II. Ii hull e, for sloves tor si Anill 1 in. .1. ft. Omul, ror lum April 1-30. T. II. Hank!, piilnlinu black l E. P. CLAUDON, City Clerk. TheulKiui reporter llie Ulty I lerk f" Prlis and King Shooting. The annual Prize and King shooting of the San Antonio Shooting association will be held on their grounds, on Powder House bill, next Sunday, May 21. The shooting will commence at o'clock p. tn. The public Is cordially invited to attend. Refreshments, music and shade are provided for. It. C. STiiiiun, 10. Doscil, E. Fkicii, Ol H Al.TMANN, 11. FAinr, 22-6-21 Committee. Money negotiated. I will negotiate loans and discount, buy and sell upon orders, business paper ui an sons, Domestic anu loreigll ex change, county bonds, warrants, State bonds, etc. Ankon A. MaitKii, No. 215 Commerce street, liefer by permission to O'Co.NNott it Sullivan, Hankers, lm F. ruche, Who Is an old citizen of Ban Antonio nnd well known as a llrst-class bouse anil sign painter, has opened a paint shop at corner Aveaue E nnd Houston street, and will. In the future, make lino carriage painting a specialty. Will buy and sell and renovato old carriages and buggies. 2-5-0ni Month of April, 1885. t'J Til r.!S II r.s n la.Ti.'j u .1 x.'jr.l V I S.-JI1 as I.:r; it J.i.s.'1 ll -SI,IH7I ,. OHIO r.u tu I vn ui iiv.hiu n f.v.r.x ji-o.K" is . No 1 I sl.le. fur Mart-lit Mnrili, IH.H.- Co. No. X, ror yenr 1IMM, . llo ui V'j-.t I.M-S U-.lf.l i.lMillili. KU 3,2311 cemetery., 110 III S aF, is 10 loa 00 2J3 10- i.vi m sjrm io III) on- t,M Kuml fa;.tt) to im.tju ;o ond Expenditures or tho Publlo I fi.1v! SJ I Sal 1.1 'limning vault, hluli schol. until or April, IKK',, hns in (A. I, IOOKWIMIII. A Lady's Visit lo Wolftjon'l. While the matter-of-fact business man Is but a poor Judge of anything pertain ing to the decorative art In lady's dress, it Is always pleasant to bear a lady re cite her experience of a day 's visit lo the various bazaars of fashion. Among the many attractive features In the huge stock of dry goods which has been aug mented by lato shipments she found lino figured muslins, 2S) yards for $1; solid colored ginghams, 15 yards for $l;'a splendid assortment or Imitation nun's veiling, at 1 1 yarns for $1; soft tlnlshed cambrics, 12 yards for $1; and last, but not least, found that most requisite of all white goods, Fruit or the Lonm, or c,r..,l nt the very low llirure or 71 cents per yard, ThelaBt of a large Invoice or nunnery guuus imvu jiibi oeen upvneii, and are now onexlbltlon. Various now shaped and ornamental hats for the ap proaching summer season with all tho necessary trimmings, (lowers In every Imaginable, color to match dress goods. There Is also now a display of the latest styles of oarasols for ladles and children widen surpasii In unique make-up ever seen. Probably one of the most select Blocks of ladles shoes and ties, (this Is tho new name for a stylish slipper), is now opeu and will be disposed of at very low ngures. Ilr I'r. i"Sf GREGORY "ft CO.S Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commorco Stront and Sunsnt nallroad. The only yard In the city drnwlng Its supplies of Yellow Pine Entirely from the famous Long-Leaf Forests ef Calcasieu Parish, La. Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingles, Laths, Palings, White Pine and Itcd Wood Finishing Lumber, Sash. Illlnila, Doors, Fencing Wire, Ilulldcre' Hard ware, Paints, Oils, Etc. Wo have Framing Timber, Iloxlng, Klo. Sole Agents for this Section for Patent Hon ani Sheep Proor Fence. SAN ANTONIO LUMBER CO, STILL CHOPPING! These Goods Must and Will Be Sold. READ OUR PRICES ! r()0 Plecea ench Victoria I.nwns to be closed out nl (I cenla (former price 10 cents); 8 cents (former price 12 cents), and 10 rents (former prlco l.i cents). For ID cents, 18 rents nnd 20 cents wn will sell qualities worth 20 cents, 2." cents and 110 cents. 100 Pieces While Swiss marked down from 15 cents to 7 cents. IKK) 1'lcces Check Nainsook, 1 1 yards ror $1.00 good value at 10 cents a yard. 2."i Pieces "All-Over" Lace, 2.1 cents, Xi 1.1 cents less than ever before. KM Sheeting, 22 Fruit of the Loom and other licit Ilrands of Illenched Domestics for 7) cents, (!) tehls and 5 rents. Lonsdale and Other Ilrands of Cambrics at extremely low prices. Honey Comb Quilts, 4.1 rents, M rents, 0.1 rents, 8.1 rents never sold before at these prices by 3.1 per cent. Turkish Towels $1.75 Per Dozen. All Linen Towels, extra lnrge sizes, 15 cents, 20 cents and 2.1 ccnts.nnd heller ones nt n small advance. All other goods not mentioned nt PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICKS. UCg This Offer Holds Good for One Week, and One Week Only I 0. JB. jfranh's BERREY&LITTLEPAGE, Commission, Sale and Livery Stables, No. 2d (East Siui.) Main Plaza, Sax Antomo. Houston Street, San A.ntonio, Texas. Refrigerator the only itrnleri In flan A ntcnlo who handle tl ese pnoili direct from tho factory, old urder n minriintcc thnt It lll:ulIllir.M I.LSH ICII. aro mnro easily kept clean Kvery i noil sweet anil am the ONI. V iroo.l" where (.111,11 IIIIV All! Is circulated through overy do. onrtmcnt. Jewell s ratcnl is me uiiii-iii.a i Itetrltfcmtor or Ice Ch.Bt can bo had, TAKti complain. Wedding Presents for the Ten TIIK lll.unt RESTAURANT mo MAtiKirr ktiii:i:t. I'lisulnss lmril by day, week or month. Hut collco nnd luih. diillstiictlou KiiiiriiulctHl Mils. AMKLIA IILUM, 1'roprlclrcse. CHEAP COLUMN. dress IIUSINKSS. this olllco. MR SU CHEaP-Now Iron-eliid lilnckeinllh I shop, Willi tools, Laredo slreets. or Arsemil nnd SAN ANTONIO POULTRY YARDS-llavu inattHl two yards lmiorted Plymouth Hocks, ono anl l.lnlil llruhmiia, ononnl Hint Cochins. Fowls can bo seen nt ) ards. 1 176 Nortli Florcl street. Hnirs delivered iinywl ere In city. 41.V vJt. llimi.KV. OEC0N0-HAND BOOKS Imuaht nml sold at 1 kj 8oIedn.lBlrcet,opioBiiccouniiouo, I OJT A bluck (lordoii setter bitch, suckllna' I J pups, wlilio urenat; nun on iieriuiiu .iiuti lentiier Innind, collar. Answers to nauio of "Jet." Liberal reward will bo paid ror return to Tolas Steam laundry, t-aa at 17M)R SALE A roo.1 country home, run acres, ? well STiissot, tlmliered and cultivated, rink house, slieds, elstern, cows, hurses, wnirons ami plows, locntinl 18 miles from eltyi or will ejihnnire for city property. Address IiOUND NOTICE Taken up. nnd In City Pound on Monterey street, nenr Alnzun creek, on or nlniut the 4tli .lay of May, im inie w"hircii w"fl,W not'rcdeeiiiisl u-roro Mlo, hi! sold at putillo auction to tho hlirliest bidder, fur ensh nt sni.l iKiund, nt thn hour of II o'clin k a. in., oultliositlidnyorMay, ISSS. N. II. lllda less that tho amount nnd by ordlnancu will not bu rcoelvcU for any animal put up at iiuo- SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS ccnta. 1.1 rents, .1.1 rents prices are 10 and F'igured I.nwns, 2.1 yards for $1.00. J ccnta nnd 2.1 cents. Hlamo Store. CHINA HALL, IKWHTT'H Jl'rtTI.V LT.I.KIHUTHt lee Chests. mm ur i.in.u tun aiii. wncrover a Juweii NO OTIIHU, and you will never havo cnu.o to Weddings now on the Tapis. Stock enn still bo obtained In tho fourth series of the Merchants and Mechanics Ilulldltig nnd Loan associa tion. Parties desiring to own their own homes by making monthly payments, Hint will not bo grentcr than they now pay for rent, will do well to call on the undersigned, who will furnish all Infor mation. W. A. IIonvmik, Secretary, Room 8 Holeclnd Illock, corner Houston nnd Soledad streets, 5-lS-lm W. J. DARGAH, Stationer and News Dealer, CIU.VUH AND TDIUCCO. 22 Alamo Strut, Neat to the Postoltlcs. Am hen.liiimrters for all tho IjiIo Dull and Weekly 1'upers, Monthly Mnmuliies, He gldo and other libraries. Hubscilptloussollo li d. i SSCORU I1IIKAT Pigeon Shooting Onti'it, for ttio CliRMiplmitihlp iinl 2TA a eklit, uiuUt l.nif llth ruti'N. will tuku pliUuutSAN PEDRO SPRINGS ml Sunday, May24, 1885, Al !1 p. m., liet wwii II, A. l'onroHO, wlm dp. fi itio-l Dr. Curwr, i'i-iliaiiiilimortliu worlJ, ami Uwjnno 1'rlw, Knirllsh ftiiiuiton wiiiK atiot, who dt It'iitiul Ciiiit, llottunluB, thu American t-lminpuiu, Admission. , 25 Oonts. Coiidltloiifl-100 llvo pliri-oiiri i-acli, 80 yanla, rlBo. frcmi llvo irnunj traps, llvo yards apart, double gum, ubu of two barrels.