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Friday, duly 10. 1885.
No, George, Hot utile rou i married y Housefurnishing Goods PAUL WAGNER'S. (Icoriro pminliril, nf ii'. for hv kiwi Hint 1'iuil WaKiit r kiepn the liirtrrpt m incut of CnM-kery, (lliiiwwnrT, Ww nwa CARTER & MULLALY. Transfep Line. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 41! ami -14 Alnmo llU7.a, SAN ANTONIO, ... TEXAS. ffiVSncclnl Attention L-lven In fur warding bodies to nil parlsof the I'nlted States. Telephone connection. Calls attended day and night. 8-IIO-ly NEW YORK EUROPE imv Hi altont, saillnir from Jalvtitni every Wednci duy, urrlvlnic InNcw Vorkthu rollowlnirTuci day. EUROPEAN TRAVELERS will find Ihlstho cheapest Rtut most desirable mute, linlkltiire omi ootllli e, milking villi nil the Trims-Atlantic. Hi duccd'rlll ill from nil ikiiiiIii In piling or ull etcuttishlps and correct liirormutlon In detail, uiily to W. J. YOUNQ, General Airent Mnllory Mne nnil Airent fora! Trans-Alhiiitlu Linen. 1- West Commerce St. 1IUV AND SHU. CITY PROPERTY AND LANDS Tin nt irlvu Special WILL MAKE OR SECURE LOANS ON GILT EDGE SECURITY. Any Information relative to bo cheerfully tt I veil. Cull and i 1 lets of city and ranih property. lurae OFFIClSi No. 1 West Houston St., Adjoining Bridge. F. KLIEFOTH, (Formerly Willi County Collector Ciiselunol Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer. 19 N Street, Near Grooi Bank. Bpeilnl attention paid to luvcHtlirutiii IjiiiiI Titles, tMrulalitcnlni; up or Tax Mill' lluuet ltcutcit uml For Itcnt. KMl'LOYMENT OlTICi:. ISSY LANDA, Wholesale Dealer In Hay, Bags, Etc., Etc. J'aitles lU'Blrliiu- to buy mil or nmko triu ti for KhmJ In my line will please eil uddrefts mo nt my ofliec, NO. 1.1 NO KIjOHKS B'lUI.KT. wheru 1 will eonilm tho W holeculo builuem and handle onl quunuues, Mil. It. W. KOflKUW, j bulMlnir with mo, will take pie hi lllllnir order for tlio retull trade, uud de liver promptly lo any part or the city, iWfi-tr Ikkv I Carriage $ Wagon Shop CORNER HOUSTON STREET AND AVENUE I. Special attention Riven tolboraanuracturlnir or unmakes, Jiujrirlcs and Wnirons tn nil 1U bninchcB. Also to BHOIiINO OF HOUSES. N 11. Painting; Trlmmlnir ami Kepalrlnir tiort notice. AH I utk In a trlul. JOSEPH HERMANN, I'UIICIIABINU AND HKI'OT. O &., Han Antonio, Tel., July 7, 1KS5. ) SI'.Af.tiU PllOPOSALB, In duplicate, tub. Ject to the uaual conditions, will tic re ceived at tlita ollleo until 13 o'clock, noon, on July is, IW, for furulslilnir ami linmeiliato ilolfvcrv ot tlio following Bubslstencc Hhii plle, vlil COO Pounds Cornmeal In now seamless sacks. 1.MHI l'ounds Onions In barrels, l.l.uil Pounds Potatoes, In hiim la. Feet i,uiubcr(ouc-lnc)i) PJuo, dressed on both sides. awo Vvct Lumber (lialMncb) Wblto Pino, dressed on both sides. Iltnnk proposals, and further information, can bo bud upon application to Ibis onico. SAUI-T.CUSIIINO, T fM)t rurrbasluK and Depot, C. 8. romluc that nflcr we uri mi will buy rour RAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered by neportera on Tiinlr Toutb Throuojli Town. Silver watches $:! lo flO ot J. .M. ! I'.merson s. A thousand useful articles, very clicnp, nt Emerson's. There will lio n dance m rcrroni s 1 Haturdav tiiitht. The bucket shon lilll has been rulcil unconstitutional. l'cachca iilno Inches In clrciimfer- I etice nrc ulclitv III tlio market. Kvervthlnir rciltteeil nt A, .t. Cohen's, aw and 211. .Main l'lu7a. ......I nlnnn for J7."i: Sl.i cash. Ii.il' ance on monthly paymenu.at Ktuersou's. Dr. 1. Iiu ner overv tnoiith transacts buslncBS Kith anil lor about KIO illll'erent persons. Turk th butln ami warm wnier baths nt A. Zlllnti-". corner Commerce anil Alnmo streets. U-Min. The City Asucssor has ono Into soli tary confinement until ho compleles the aiestnent roll. Three hacks were stuck In Iho mua anil abandoned ncrons the Wan reilro last night. If you would grow rich, nennii) ami Stop your Kronlliig and nilvertlse. A line cnrvlnc kbirc nnd lork. wnr rnnted to cut, bclnj,' the best iiunlity of steel $1, nt Kmcrson's. Dr. l.lnilncr succeedeil I succesi- fully fonllni! the mud Hats In the First watd this inornlnK' When uu llnd a lunti nlwaya com plalning about dull business on may bet ho is tuu stingy to advertise. A large crowd of young lndloa and gentlemen attended tho Indies len-pln rolling nt Turner hall lnit night. The ralllo for a lino French clock will take place, lit bchol.'s saloon on Hnltmtny evening nt lio'clock, There were several shots tired lut night on Avenue l. 'the pollen Inven tlgatcd, but discovered nothing. A rnnvi ntlon of lumbermeii will bo held lit this city on July 21. About 70 prominent firms will be represented. Uriah Loll, President of the Suit Antonio nnd Aransas 1'ass railway, is expected home early next week. if you want a llttlo fun nnd tome high tragedy, Just nsk Fred Kcrblc, or the sprlnga, about a ccrtnin gold ring. Uood Singer nnd Wheeler A Wilson sewing machines at $s, $10, $12 and Sin, as good us nuvv, at Kuierson's. 7-S-tf Kx-Aldcrinnn Nlggll will leave next Tuesday on a visit to liermnny to take In tho lino medical baths for his health. -John Prochlcr, the negro who shot his wife and nssnulled Van Alslync, wns taken Into custody yesterday alternoon. A buggy was stuck (nit In the mud on .Maverick street jestcrday. Maverick U one of the latest Improved (f) streets. There nrc over 21) books, the pro perty of the Literary society, exposed for sale at a hook store on Houston street. A box lull of llvu rattlesnakes wits transferred to tho museum nt tho Springs yesterday by their enptor, Mr. Wllkerson. President Lott hint succeeded In pur chasing the necessary construction material for Iho San Antonio and A r mi nis Pass railroad. St. .Mark's Episcopal church Sunday school festival will tnko place to-nior-row (Friday) evening, at '1 timer hall, to begin at 8:.W p. in. 7-U-21 Yesterday afternoon there wus a strong smell of gas In one of our saloons, nnd u tncrlllglous cuss suggested thnt too many newspapermen hail taken free lunches. A valuable horse, tho property of I. nmla Druthers, fell dend the day before yesterday on Alamo plaza. Tlio cause of the death Is said to have been due to over driving and the excessive heat. U. II. Frank Is still continuing his great closing out summer sale. Ho says all the summer goods must go to make room for the fall and winter. Uy adver tising he Is meeting with great success. At the diamond star nnd crescent rrllle last night there were I line ties fur winner. In throwing off .Mr. K. 1'ett bcrg was highest up to Inst throw nnd sold his chance for .V). The purclinser took the ring, valued nt $12.i. A proof of enterprise Is seen in our esteemed morning contemporary, which this morning publishes a telegram the Wlntcrtpoon wns lying very sick, while the other 'dally papers of the Slate of yesterday nave a notice of his death. A mcetlnir of tho arrangement com mittee, for the fourth of July took place last evening, when It was resolved to abandon the Idea of giving a barbecue, and that a return of the subscriptions should be made After deducting the ex penses, and alto all goods and provisions thnt had been donated. An adjournment was taken until next Thursday night. The character of custom houso guards have been changed on the frontier. The uontrarres guarus, numuering i.w, in Monterey, were discharged, nnd new men enlisted as gen'd'armes, with a mili tary organization. Tho Government owed the discharged men some iGOO a piece, ami never made as nuioii as a promise or payment. Attacked 'with Hooks A laughable Incident occurred nt the corner of Avenue C Inst evening. A white tnnn was holding a conversation with two colored beauties, and while doing so their swains came along, and under the Influence of chagrin and Jeal ousy, amused themselves by throwing rocks at the while man. The assnnlt been mo so heavy that the white gentle man took to his heels and sought refuge In a neighboring saloon amid the laugh ter of the bystanders. Something New, In this day's tssuo of the I.miir will be found tho card of Joske Ilrothers. Theso gentlemen have built up a Irade that Is second to none, nnd come now again be fore the public In announcing their great bargains In laces, towels, shoes and ladles dress goods. Their large stock in gentlemen nnuyoutuscioiiungrecom. menus iiscn tor inspection ueroro tnnK Ing purchases elsewhere. To visit Joske Ilrothers Is at all times a pleasure the allablllty of their lady and gentle men attendants Is always tho essence of politeness. Our renders are Invited to pay a visit to this largo establishment. Son Antonio Cricket Club. A meeting was held yesterday evening at which tho San Antonio Cricket club was partially organized. Tho commit tee on grounds reported Hint permission had been granted by ColonelOtls for tlio club to use the Government pnrade for practice and matches, and the Secretary was Instructed to write a letter to Col, Otis to tender the thanks of the mem bers for his kindness In acceding to their request. The following committee on by-laws was appointed by tho Chairman: Messrs. St. Claire, Sheldon, Demallne, Will Kin son nnd Crosslcy. The following gentle men were also appointed as a committee on grounds: Messrs. St. Claire, Jaekson nnd Tlnslev. The meeting adjourned until next Thursday at S o clock sharp. stick to the lips are Opera Push". PERSONAL I'OIMTS. collected From Hotel Corrldora nncl Elsewhere. Ml Mary II. Ilrnwn, of Uvalde, Is In iho city W. T. Tytlc, or I.jtle station, I in the city. J. V. Hughes, of Del Kin, stops at tho .Southern. H. O. Jackson, OKallnln, Neb., Is a Rtiest nt the Southern. y oueydan.of Han IIok, Is tered nt the Southern C. Henry, a postmaster of llcxnr county, l In tho city. Charles A. Mueley, Corpus Chrlstl, Is topping ntthe Southern. Captain II. F. Iluzard came In from St. Joe. Mo., last night, nnd Is slopping nt the .Monger. H.imuel II. Hand nnd Miss Sue W. and Kate W, Hand, or Oakland, Oil., are at tho Mcnger, Mr. F. IScautnont, of Iho Son Antonlu National bank, leaves to-night for Uvnlde Tor a short vacation, Nathan Hall, or Socorro, N. M., who Is driving WXIhend or cnltlo from tills section to New Mexico, Is nt the South ern again, Oeorgo H. Hoblinon, St. Louis; M. Illchter, F. litissek, .Sp.hitlenburg; N. H. Trcllue, Louisiana; Lieutenant J. Ouest, United States arm-, and wife; Lieuten ant Fowler, United Stales army, and wire. Leavenworth, Knnsus; Olio Wahr mtind, Fredericksburg: Daniel McLnno, PcWllt county; II. 1. Notion. .Vw York: Oeorgo L. Vnnghan. Laredo: J. J. K. Llnilberg, El Paso: K. Jl. Phillips, New York, are the arrivals at the Mcn ger hotel. L. F. Wood, Palestine, Airrcd Smith, New Yrrk; L. A. Cohen, (lalvesloii; O. Iliieklln, Colorado City; K. A. Handy, W. .Showaltcr. Laredo; M.llnrrlcro, New Orleans; Neat Itoblnaon and wife, La Orange. Leon Abies, New York; John l.' Mnrilii. New Orlenns: (Icorce 11, More. Now York: II. W. Ulgh, (ialves ! W. H.Sallord, Fiatotila; .1. A. Martin; ! Houston: O. K. Utaiaon nnd wife, Thurston; Fred lluisell, Cltrueii: ,i. vt. Young. F.nst Liverpool, O.; V, J, 11 Hams, St. l.onls; Oeorgo IE. Andrcss, I.jiuliberg; Mrs. Fear, children and nurse. Palestine, nre at the Hotel Mav erick. Utilldlng Permits It. A. Millar .t Co., Iron clnd olllee. cast side or North Flores street, to cost J75. Theodore Hclscr, lumber dwelling, west side Nagnlltos street, Fourth ward, to cost f B23. A. M. Klnahan. Halt denot. south sldo Oalan street, First ward, to cost $1.7). Fashion Theatre. Last night tho usual weekly change took place on the Fashion theatre pro gramme. Its principal attraction being tho singing of Miss Zetta Tu Forne, who Is iincomparable superior to anything thai 1ms yet appeared at a variety theatre In San Antonio. Tho magnlll ceHt soprano Is worth a visit nnd her cul tured execution and artistic trill com pels udmlrntlon. Losses by Wnter. The recent Hood nenr Uvnlde wns quite disastrous to crops on the Lenna, below Uvalde. The oat crop In shock was nearly all lost, and Harney Oppen helmer, or this city, lot 1C00 bushels In tncks; much or tho growing crop was hndlv injured. A letter from Sam 0. licnuett, who Is now In that section, says Hint ho expects to llnd losses In shei p and other slock. Kino Fruit. ie business manager of this ofllce was presented yesterday w 1th a basket full of lino fruit, consisting or dlllercnt species ot California fruit, and bell pears ami also several kinds ot apples that took the oake for lusolousness and pala table appearance. Mr. Casper Hlngel stein anu bin family are tho donors, and tho fruit Is of their own raising, thus de monstrating ni'nln that perseverance win aeeonipusn nnywung in texns. Many thanks. Come ngnlnl $1200 n Ton. Messrs. Thomas 1!. llciiitls and Mo Cracken arrived this morning from Car men mines, nnd give favorable reports from that newly discovered mining region, The Carmen mines nre not tho Santn llnsa mines, as are eironeotisly siipiKwed to be by many. They are situ ated ISO miles further northwesterly, but in the tame system of mountains, Mr. Heustls says thnt they nrc yet In a very crude state, nothing but nrellmln ary work having yet been done, but there are line prospects. Messrs. Heus tls and IcCracken hnvo a car load of ore on tho way here, union of which will run as high ns f 1200 a ton. They nre well pleased with their venture so far, and will soon return to the mines. The Light's Newsboys. The LmiiT oflloe Is beset, every after noon from 1 to 3 o'clock, by about 25 boys, of all sizes and colors, who are known ns " sellers." To say that they are n live, restless and turbulent class Is to draw It mildly. When they run out of the amusement of lighting, they en gage in putting up Jobs on ono another. It is a very Important thing to get out first, and the boy who can shove tin his ticket and get his papers gets about hair n minute me start of the rest. This ruct Is used in playing tho trick, and It Is donojustas regular as tho day comes. Wheitall nro nulet for a minute or so, one boy will slip In the olllee, get three or four old papers, make a pretense or hitching up bis breeches, and then bound out on to the pavement yelling 'Santono Light." It acts like magic, and in a moment tho wiiolo gang are on their feet yelling In concert and pitch ing over each other to get Into tho olllee, lly tho tlmo they get on their feet they realize tho trick, but the desire to be on deck prevents them from thinking of anything else for the moment, and then they turn upon the boy who started It, and ho has to make a tight or run. Notice lTl!i Public The .Missouri Paclllo railway Is now cleared and through trains are running regularly to St. Louis without change or detention. Through hotel cars leave San Antonio at U:: a. in. and through sleepers leave at 1:30 p. in. 7-10-21 J. J. Ciikw, Ticket Agent. Madams Donaldson's Hop. Madame Virginia Donaldson havlnir returned to Arbeltrr-Vcrcln hall, will lve her usual semi-monthly hop, Salur ay evening the 10th. All lormer pupils are Invited without further Invitation. Muslo by Zottarrell's hand. 7-tl-2t Endowment, Section 632. All members In arrears forassessmonts and dues are hereby notified that unless same Is paid on or before July 1Mb, their names will be reported on the sus pended list; thereby forfeiting all insur ance. T. II. Johnson, Secretary and Treasurer. K. P. Endowment section 032. 7-9-tf Clgarette'somTers prefer Opera Puffs because tUy do not stick to the Hps. tf "There Is a tide In the affairs or men, which, when taken at tho flood leads to fin-tune." It Is this flood tide, upon tho waves of which all prosperous persons, whether In political, professional or commercial ltTu have reached tho haven vvbero llnal success at last crowned their cllorls; the goal reached, each or them, an Iho seir-mado hero In his drama, can look back upon the past or his own life, well spent on tho slow but suro road to wealth. A lit Illustration or what these few lines claim, Is ruinlshed in this city when It Is seen that men with persever ing real and a thorough Integrity or dealing In U business transactions, have built up mammoth establishments In our midst that are at once the pride of the city and an honor to tho owner and conceptor. , , , For some tlmo past It has been pub lished that Mr. L. Wolfson was Intend ing lo make some changes In tho Inte rior of his store, and foundries and mo chanlcs have been quite busy prepnrlng tho needed material. All this pre liminary work hns now sufficiently advanced that tho work will begin nt the end or this- month, How ever, In order to aooompllih this, a largo stock ol rurtilluronnd carpets must ho closed out to mako room, said Mr. Wolfson to a LtuiiT representative; all Iheso goods have been re-marked low, and you can buy them, they being new. at less llgurcs than you pay for second hand goods. Convince J oiirseir, exam ine the goods and prices marked on Iho same. .... It will not bo at all surprising If the rush that has been tnado for olfson s will bo Increasing and kept up during this month. The I.iiuit adv Iscs all who wish to icplnco old carpets with new ones lo take a look nt tho assortment at Wollson's and secure untold bargains. id arks or v 'lint tlmu loth i.l. , Thy found' Mltli ami 1m o should tlll nreiiLll My , nil I In' mil lint 1, JcIicjvaIi, mil the I. The liulyHi'8tollc it walls ami tower Ifsti-t'lrcHl. Ith sle vlinls kept tlio hours." To llml and mi who. rnr Ilia i Ihowllilernes vice, hud ilelli it d suvairo lime. of this world us sens they em r sin and death Hut rroin n slnln i The ileseit wiilule 'P.. ti.ncl. 1,1m tnn The cultivation of tho soil stl'lfp nnd blood The liiureh or (lint linlli ever To hull hen tribes, by litniuil Iniinil tcncliuw nn Your souls enjoy beyomt tho skies. Vol r deeds of mercy cannot die. Wreathed ns they are Willi irhirluus Hut ns encli century passes by 'Twill mid troll luMic lo encli mime Ah' riilmil slirlui'S. where nurlly iiro held perfect swny, Tl.o l.lrxwl n Now nil is si in I wnelo inntriiiro The vesper hi inns ero dully heilld. Snve tho shl 111 tn I'es that urei t tlio t nr or citrillmtl mid ikLiik lurd. ill.. Inn rathem bud unk HIS. flut brlehleiilnir up these ruins are The Kin which fullhiul hem ti Mill I, tin To diekllio altar's sepulchre Where onee hud lain their pi lest and kloir: And those, whoso luck or wealth debit ricd A votive otTcrhur wniuirht In Koldf Willi dert and pious bauds In rliifh. For s'tls, their genius did untold, 1 ho timtilltur n r tlii-i The faith wliltli miule them sllli And others will oicmnlirv id otht Tin n uilsakin-rrliire' siilntly II 4 ml flint roiimliitlon i 1'i.r fhrliit hath Hillil. Airnlnsl My Chuich shall ifoWsterrcrll Days, The shipwrecked crew of the Ilrltlsh Hark Ilcncfactrcss wore adrift In an open boat, supporting life on some bits or dry bread ami a row amilcs. This was s Mm rare, and reduced them to a state or great iccuicness. nut urown s iron Hit lers brings enfeebled folks up rapidly, even from such depths as this. It en riches tne blood, tones the system, and gives healthful strength. Mr. William Hardee, of EnnU, Texas, writes that he had dyspepsia In Its worst form, but was restored by Urovvn's Iron Hitlers. For a line lining stilt call on A. M. lonen, juain piaza. o-j-ii Ono coraplcto pholographcr's outl clicnp, at Emerson's. Melons on Ice, At Armstrong's Nectar Lemonnile statin, west sine Jiain plaza u-2t-im Young Man, Shake That old suit and call on A. M. Cohen where you can gut new clothes at cost Julius Zanders lias removed his dveing and scouring establishment from No. 12 Cnslno street to 211) Market street. O '.'l-lin To Prohibit the Erection of Tents or Other. Structures of Canvas or Like Material Within tho Fire Limits Without tho Consent of the City Council. Ho It ordained by tho City Council or tho City or San Antonio- Section 1. It shall bo unlawftil ror any person to erect, or causo to be erect cd, within the Flro Limits, any tent or other structure or canvas or like material without first obtaining a penult from the City Council. Seo. 2. All persons who have hereto fore erected, or caused to be erected such structures within tho limits above defined, shall rcmovo the same within live days from tho passage or this Ordl nance. Seo. 8. Any person violating Iho pro visions of this Ordinance shall, upon conviction before tho Hecordcr, bo fined In any sum not less than $10 and not ex cecdlng $200, and each nnd every day such structure Is permitted to remain In such limits shall constltuto a separate offense. L. S. Passed and approved July BRYAN CALLAGHAN, Mayor. Attest' i:. !. (,'I.At'DON, f'lty Clerk. Houses to Patronize. Nickel watches $3 lo $i CO, t J. M. Emerson's. -Uold watches Jll) to $:W at .1. M. Emerson's. Try the ltlversldc restaurant, cor ner or Cotumerco and l.oovost. 0-l7-lm Emerson Is determined totell goods. Ooseo him. Finn Parker. Clalbroiigh or Maker gun, at Emerson's. Tho barber shop r.enr Southern hotel fur rent, liuji'lrn at hotel olllee. 7-2-t f A good nlektn time clock $1 2.", nlnnn f I 78, at Emerson's. Dressmaking reasonable, at Miss O'Kieirs now store, Commerce street, opposite Express olboe. 7-lMni Tho ltlversldc restaurant has al ways ovury delicacy or tlio season cooked In I lie highest stylo known to the ciisnie art. 0-17-Itti You are sure lo buy If you will lust call on A. M. Cohen, 201) and 211 Mnln Plaza. C-!)-tf Money to loan nt low rates. Sco Undo Emerson. An elegant lino of gents furnishing goods can bo seen at A. M. Cohen's, .Main plaza. Prices low. S-22-tr Dr. Johns can be round nt night nt his residence, No. 2111 East Commerce street. tf Oo at unco lo A. M. Cohen's, Main plant, and get a new suit lor less than New York cost. 5-29-2t White suits and millinery at cost, at .Miss O'Keetrs new store, Commerce street, opposite Express. 7-3-lm Pirsons Biillcrinir with tano worm 111 do well to net n bottle or Dr. Weather's Pleasant Tane Worm Bnoclllc. guaranteed never to tall to cure In from ono to threo hours. 7-7-tf A lino wardrobe, mirror and book case cheap, at Emerson's. Oeorge llaskctt, Farmlngton, Ornyson county, Texas, sayst "I have sold MOItLEYVrOC-S AUUETONIO forji Ionic t me. nnd It has given entire satisfaction 111 every Instance. I shallal- ways keep It in stocK, for snio by r. iuuccr son It's s Shame To wear an old. shabby suit or clothes when you can buyso cheap anew one nt A. M. Cohen's, who Is positively selling nt Now York cost. 5-20-tr V, burn for loss money Hum nnyvv hero else. Call and see him. Alt his work guaranteed. A lino stook of English. German and French goods nlw av s on hand 7-ll-tf The Grandest Stauahtor Ever known lit San Anton o in tho war ofcuttlng or prices Is to bedone In ready tntule doming at A. 31. l olion s, '.ordaini 211 Jtiain piaza. losittvciy ni new lorKeost. o-l-ll. Good Chance ror Investment. Parties desiring bnrualns In frontier lands, ranches, nnd vcrv choice nieces of property In the central portion of the city, win piease can anu see .i-ji.iiii .Mnnso i. mi le Cream at the Springs. Ice cream Is served dully at San Pedro springs ami lamiues suppiicu. first clnss meals served to order at the res taurant. Suppers for balls nnd parties served on short notice at reasonable prices. 0-1-uius r. paschs, Who Is an old citizen of San Antonio nnd well known as a tlrst-class house and sign painter, has opened a paint snop at corner Avenue i. aim iiousron street, nnd will. In the future, make Hue carriage painting a specialty. Will buy and tell ami renovate old carriages and uuggies, z-o-uui William Llpno Announces to his natrons and the nub ile generally that he has enlarged his garden. Accommodations are llrst- ciass. ino i.igutu vjavairy oanu has been engaged lor the season to play every Saturday and Sunday's concert and dance luusio at night, licst of order guaranteed, ltelrcsbmeiits the best. Entrance free. Cull and see me &-2S-JU1. WILLIAM Ltfl'K. Pancoast & Son. Tho I.iuur calls attention to the lanro establishment of Pancoast it Son, who, not to be outdone, aro now announcing that their stock is complete. Flno bar gains In all sizes of gent's and boys cloth ing. They also say that they wish to dispose of all summer goods, inclusive of straw hats. Now Is the tlmo to get tow uargaius in too custom ueparimeut. Fine and stylish neckwear, underwear of all grades, llest ruialltlcs or navy Han ucls In suits, llargalns in Job lots or shirts and clothing. Also n full line of boys suits In linen, seersucker and oas sluicres. 7-l-2m GRAND AUCTION SALE OF HORSESTOCK, Every Saturday, at R, A, Millar & Co.'s Buffalo Stock Yards. Wc oiler to sellers unparallellcd oppor tunities to realize cash Immediately, and buyers to suit themselves on all classes of stock. liesnectf-illy, O-S-lm It. A, MiLLAit & Co. CHEAP COLUMN. J O. M. HAMU1X, I'UtUlO lowest rutes at tlio LUtlit Jolt Olllee. N OTICE Mrs. M. II. Wftzs.oln, of Iho Bun IH'ixit Drug Storu, on Aumln ictiiiipi tcut rirutrtrltft, aiid tlmt ji vlil Ih) lUlud at short notice, day ui I'riCt'hilloiW (I night, lm IRT CHtAP-Tlio Dully l.git. oiy lOucnli ck. Delivery t I I OMES ON.HONIHLY, PAYMENTS It Is ilKmit I L thlnir t own your own riKif. Yaicun liuy, on monthly imjiiit'nta.n lu'itt llttlo tour room cottau-c.Kmitl iKiltfliborlMMxl, city wilier, only three Moek from etrvct etiin. Tor par lleuUra, ternnt, etc.. iithlrts Ihjx lino, jioot Olllee, or box "A", Light v"lce. OA sht and sold nt ) I Boledad strect.upposlto eourthouso. 1JUH.D1HG lots- Two lino hulldlnir (cornor aj ioi, sizu iiiixi.u ieei, in a lieilltliy (Kirtlor or tho city, l'rleo fm Address "T. 11. J,' blsbt olllee. MV1IE REPUBLIC OF MEXICO For rellablo luTor J iitntlon nlxiut Meiloo pureluiso llto IkmiIc or Lorenzo I aelni, at Iho reduced prleo of fi olllee. ' ' c-4 fMPORTANT-K v J llso In tlio l.lvht, tho mostiren piipur in luueiiy. UOUltD ItOTICE-Tttken uo. id 111 City Vc or alKiitt the llrst liny or July, bWi: lino s ltteil beer branded tl V, car mark, under hair slope, lert, and crop swallow fork and under bft, riithti ono spoiled holrcr, branded NX, connetttHl, mark, under tilt In each curl which will, ir not redeemed before sillo, bo sold at puhllo auction to tho bls-liest bidder, for cash at said pound, at tho hour of II o'clock a. in, on tholJlhday or July, 18S5. N. Il.-lllds less than tho amount fixed byordlnanco will not bo received for nny animal put up at auc tion Pun. BiiAiiDiiK. Murslial. Calcasieu Lumber Yard Egst Commorce Street Tho only yard In the city Yellow Pine Entirely from the faronns LonS-Leaf Forests ef Calcasieu Parish, La. Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingle", Laths, Palings, White Pino am I ted Wood Finishing Lumber, Sash, llllndi", Doors. Fencing Wire, lliillders' Hard ware, Paints, Oils, Etc. Wo have Framing Timber, Doxlng, Eto. Sole Agents for this Section for Tatent Hog and Sfieep Proof Fence. SAN ANTONIO Frank's Alamo Store ! Witt, COMMIlNCU THIS GREAT OF OUIl t'.N'TIItn STOCK OF linn Ilillai Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. NOTE THE FOLL IV) Pure bitten Crush Suit I l.-.l llrnwn Linen Suits, at 3M 30 Assorted Linen Fancy Suits, at .. 2 m 7.1 Seersucker Suits, must iro at. 3 fin UNI llluot'nHilo Linen Suits, at. . 2 511 r.l Illuo Flunoel Suits, at 0 OH Sill Assorled. Fiuiey foloreil VV'orsled 1 ftl lenls' Uii.lershlrls and Druweis .. .. at linn) Aanirtcd, Flno Mohair, lliltlsles, Wonteil, Dltiininnls. Corkseiew, !lruM!u to una Lits slmero Suits ut llurd-Tlino Prices. Call at 3 1 and 33 Alamo Plaza, G . B. FRANK'S-. J, W, ItltAM.L'Y. Bradley & Groesbeeck, Real Estate Exchange for Texas and Mexico, 402 East Houston Stroot, Ban Antonio, Texas. City Properties and Large Bodies of Land a Specialty. LABATT &, CO., Grain Depot Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay I110j1L I THE AUMO IRON WORKS Kmnovotl to new works, Sunset rotid, near Kust CominercQ strcot, und nro now rcmly tn do all kinds or Casting in Iron and Brass, Keep on hand nil kinds of Mill nnd Gin Ma chinery, Itepairlntf donooiithortnottco. Old quarters for ront on I'resa stroot. and Sunsot Rallroiid. drawing Its supplies or LUMBER CO., SAS ANTOHIO, TEXAS Kneo I'uittsti 110 Ilozen flentl id Shirt VVnlsts. Percale, White -aw lints fo lies. Misses I ecolved. flents, Votttlis and Hoys, Ia- J. N. (Ittor.sllIlIXK, Notary l'ul.llo on Com in Union. IjukIi mil itnictinf tllk'iiftiriihiliiHl fit IliiBliies with the tUutoiU'partii I IlEHOSTHOM, Livery State & Hacks Coniectei Hacks No. 10,11, 12. 13, II, It. tlmlertakers Olllee, 21 1 II it tn street, and Sltllilca oiKwlto Monirer Hotel, lloillcn otiibalmed anil shipped In nil points 111 tho Union. Only VVItltolleiirso in tho City, Open liny nnd Night. Tel. ISu. SAN ANTONIO SAYINGS BANK, NO. 13 WOLKIIAIl STltlCET, Under tho innnnjrcmcnt of L. flnrza, tiankor. Deposits, subject to check, recclvud, but Inter est will bo paid only on Tlmo Denoelts ot tl and upwards at tho rnto of 4 percent per nil. num. Ilauklnir hours-tin. in. till p. tu. Sat urdays U a. m. to s p. m., for tho convenience or Bavlnns Hank Depositors. San Antonio Sate Deposit and Trust Co, Steel Iloies rentod In our llurglur.Proof, rjT BERGSTROM & GRAY, Undertakers, Funeral Directors,