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TEbeBallBXtQbt Thursday. Scptenber 3. 1885. Just Received: Another lot of Mason's Improved Self Sealing Fruit Jars at Paul Wagner's. CARTER & MULLALY Transfer Line. UNDERTAKERS AND FU;NER:AL DIRECTORS, I- mid I I Ala IMiikii, BAN ANTONIO, ... TEXAS. trirSpeclnl Attention given to for warding bodies to nil parts of tho United .States. Telephone connection. Culls attended day and night. MMy BERGSTROM & GRAY, Livery Staples & Hacls Connectea lliiekafjn. lO.U. ft. II. H. IV riijirtiikcrs (HlkT. 54 Ilium strict, unci htalilis imt'ikIio Mcinrer Hotel, lln.lli-e rnit'iilinetl iin.1 elitil to ml Kimt In tlif I'nliin. llnlytWiilclliiirac In the Oily. Open lujr uli'l .Mulit. Tel. 1H. A. ZILIAN'S Tonsorial Parlor Opposlto Mongor Ilotcl, Throo Doors from Pootofflco. FfT'Turkri'a anil Viitin Cold Water Hatha Hill b tbo ul.l tiiml, comer of c Hlnl Alninu j-aw NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET, SAN ANTONIO, TK Real Estate and InsuranceAgents LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER? . ltKI'ltl'.tKTIMI I The Great Western Insurance Co., of Toronto, Springfield Fire and MlrlnolnsuranceCo., The Hltiernla, of New Orleans, I The lion, of London. The East Tens, or Tjier, 3-8'lm The Houston Insurance SAN ANTONIO SAYINGS BANK NO. 43 HOI.KOAI) HT11KKT, Under tho management of L nana, t) cat will lie paid only on Time Ilcposita of ana upwarn at wio ram in t pe of fctttvlug-s llsnlt Depositors. San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Undertakers, Funeral Directors U oaiiza, rrcsldent. LIGHT SPARKS. Gathered at all Point of the City tly Our Reporter. City Clerk C'lniulcui loads Ids s nok. lng lobaceo. Try Fowler's New Orleans Mend. II West Houston street. IM-Ct Hvirylhlng from n llildle In n two foot rule at Uinersnn's. H-l-tf No successor will he appointed to lllltliu laic Ferdinand Niggll' position. (ieo. Cneii.thconly nii-tlonl d)cr In this clly. A call will eonvlncc. MU-lm A stcrcopllclon eiiterlnlliinent will be glven.nt the .MImIoii Burden to-night. The ' Toilet Trill" can he had of Harry 1,. Fowler, No. II West Houston street. "I"61 cheaper thai ork guarahlt-i i nnyone. d or no H-'JU-lm sale '1 he incintiers of the K. I'. enilow. incut section nr requested to meet to night. Ucnonern Torres, nged III yenrs.illed jesterday In the 1'irsl ward, from tuber culosis. 'I tin mod Is nlrcadv nhollt n foot deep on thofowlHW crtrslngs In the Tint ward. K.Ik Lodge No. ilft. Knights or I'tthlns, mecH lo-nlght for work In the Knight rnnk. " Anlonln Hcrnnnder, aged M) jtars, died this mnrnlngln llin Fourth ward, from reiiillli lit fetcr. Mrs. Antonio CnManntn present! d her ti 1 1 tin ii. I with a Hue hetillhy girl this morning nt 11 o'eloek, Deputy Mierlll Kreiiipknn urresled John ispoker this morning tor making threats and cnrrjlng a pistol, Ieo cold soda unter nnd clears at Harry I,. I'owler's drug store, II West Houston street. 9-1-ilt -The soldier hoys ucro paid off Jes terday, mid n great many or them painted the town red last night. l ulled .Slnles Commissioner .1. I). Slcteneon nrrlwd from his western mid Mexican trip lo-dny, Judge Neueiidorll'thls morning ills-lul-sed .1. II. H hllney, who tins charged with threatening.!. H. Decker. The Alamo Unit club will have sweepstakes shooting this alternoon ul the springs, beginning at I o'clock, Frank Htarr shipped NKJO oysters to I'valde, llraukett, Fort Davis and Del Klo this morning, and H00 pounds of llth. A slight fracasoecurred In Hchwnrls' saloon lust eteuliig, but no great damage was dune. It originated over a game at dice. Some further and Important evi dence. In the Yghacln Curler, murder case will h developed upon the day of trial. Miss Maltshcrgcr accidentally ran against a door this morning at tho resi dence of h r Tallier and severely Injured her eye. (ieorge Itraden was arrested yester day for careless driving, by running his wagon Into a street car. The cam was smlsseil. Sot en cases were heard In the He rder's court this morning, two of h were continued and live were lined $5 each. Why could not a stock company be formed to purchase the White hlcpunnt lining ami turn it lino a ursi-cins ra House. Tho Fashion theatre will he cloned xt week to make preparations for the grand opening for Ilia fall .and winter season, September It, Messrs. Itergntroni ,1 (irav conduc ted the extraordinary large iunernl of r. George lloirner in a most worlhy I aallslaitory manner. Mr. .lohn .1. .Stetcna will return to San Antonio on Friday next from Kan sas city, lie reports the wealber as oeiug too coin lor mm. Mantling mierrv.frl When la that gas lamp and waternjdrant to be put In on South Concho street, which was or dered about the months ago. Joseph Chadwick and liosa Dtsallne I be married this ctcnlng hv .IiuIl-o cucndorll at the residence of the bride n Hidalgo and l.eoua streets. I.C. thicker has been granted a Her- It to erect n lumber addition to hU 'sldcuce, comer Dawson and Cbcsluiit reels, Third ward, to cost S2U). Shi rlll'Thuuini, wholschnrged with lie killing of thu lain Ferd Niggll, has en arrcaieii, anil will be exaniliitil be' e tli Justice of the Peace of (jullil. Tho Aransas Pass railway directory H taken out building penults toerect n laisenger iieooi, car soons. a rouilil house and a Irelght depot, all to cost 10,1-UU. liougli lumber has been advanced irom til to per thousand fiet, jel- w pine Intlis fill cents, nnd yellow plno mug hub oeen reiiuceu ov t'j..si ne thousand. '1'bo Laredo train due here tester. lay afternoon nt 3:110 o'clock, was de layed until tills morning nt 1 o'clock, Alngtoa bad washout between Sail ntonioand f.nclnnl. The Laredo train after passing the ashout near F.nclnnl encountered an other washout, which ditched the train ear voiuua. Oeorgo Greeson was placed under JOO bond by Justice Anton Ailnm tea- terday for burglary committed on the premises of Lee Simmons. In deraultof nnuing the bond he went to jail. 1 wo drurken soldiers named P.ubln Ayers and W. II. Ashenhtirst wero found uy umcer cuauwelliast night In the prl fined $5 by the ltecorder this morning, Ity whose authority are the little swBbojs driven from tho International depot and prevented from selling the evening papers, j lie i.ii.iit is or the uuon wiui uenerai-.tiaiiager colon? axle has never git en Ids assent to suel a prece ding. a nine son oi nr. i-.ckenrotti wniie driving niongtne street In Ids little cart, to tvlilcli His favorite burro was hitched. accidentally hllndid hlinselfln one eve uy me enu ui uie w nip lusu OI a Heavy blacksnake whip, which he used to pop at tne annual. The mounted police were called out to the tiunset depot last night on a tele phone message saying there had been some men shooting out In the brush near me tiepor. aootii dark by a lintr wilted fellow, but the pollco could not llnd thesbootlst. Otto Solms desires to know why street crossings were laid In front of Al derman Gallagher's residence nnd no where else on that street, while the cor ner or San Saba and lluena Vista street. where It Is very mliddy when It rains, has been blessed with no crossing. Sarah Hunt, a colored woman be came very disorderly last night west or the San Pedro, and when Officer Joe Wllken arrested her she fought him like a tigress nnd awoke the echoes along West Commerce street nil the way to tho bat cave. She was only lined $5, and should have been lined $X. District Attorney Paschal received a telephone dispatch from Mr. Slayden from Castrovlfle j esterday saying Haet7, Implicated In the Niggll shooting, had applied for n writ of habeas corpus be fore Judge Noonan, and that the prison er would arrive to-morrow (Friday) In San Antonio. PERSONAL. Items Plckod up From Hotel Registers And Eltowhero. A. J. W Illinois, I'loresvllle, Is at the Southern. Hon. W, 11. ( rain and wife, of Cuero, are in the city, N. liodrlguer. and wife, or Knnls, arc guests nt the .Southern. Mrs. H. P. Simpson, or Knglo Pass, Is slopping at the Southern. K. Nolle, a prominent merchant nnd cltleli ot Segtiln, Is In the city. L. C. Mnnlove. traveling auditor or the Southern Paclllo railway. Is In tho city. (1, C. and U. W. Heed, of San Marcos, nro In the city, and stopping nt tho Southern. A. Syms, a prominent sheepmnn or Williamson county. Is In the city, nnd registers at the Southern. Mr. .1. It. Gordon Is able to lie upon the streets to-day, nlthough he can only iish one or his eyes, Mr. sntu llosenfleld leaves to-dny for llaltlmore. Ho Intends to return to San Anlonlo lifter a few months absence. J. F. Hickman, a prominent stockman or Fort Davis, accompnnled by Ids wife. left the city this morning for .ew irk. Mr. II. C. Ilnsklns, or Dnllns, Texas, representing ibe drown t iiemicai coin- any, in ii iiiiiiiiiii,, i "j i lng nt tlx' Menger. F. W. Plain, a prominent clllen oi Philonhi. Is In theclly, neeoinpnnieil ny Hie Misses Jlenelley anil in ner , v. m. loft for their northern seminaries lids morning. S. II. Mnjer, I.. A. Coehll. I.. JlfJi ll ll. (Inhesion: John Olinu, hl'Ko: " . autlmaii, It. II. Wallhrldge. M. K Mnd .n. ,!. K. ttiilf, S. It. hrntis, J. A. ...ii s. w Vurk! W. E. Franklin, W. ). Marshall, St. Louis; Thos. It. Miiher, lemlng. N. M .: J. S. Hanson. .1. A. Mnriln, lloustoiii Mm. J. It. Harbour and daughter. Texas; H.J. llolcliklss, Kerr county; 0. W. L. linker, Segiiln; K A. Handle, Alton, Ills.; Henry Hood. .Ittln Hock, are staying at me mnn aver ok. V. Vf. Flato, Miss Mcnnefy, Miss Oef. V. Iluer, Si hulenhurg; niter lsgiey, lagle Pass; T. J. Ponton, Gonzales; (J. niniihell. liiddlcvllle; Harry G, Wins- low, New York; A. Schwnrtzwaclder, lugeno Illsiion, t nicago; ueorge un i'iv..Hin. Tlimnns J. Fletcher. K. II. Fletcher. St. Louis; Joseph Wilson. k.ii.i. tviillnni II. Wadsworlli. Kansas Clly; l'.. C. Ilanlan, Southern Paclllo H. are at tnc .nenger. Castroville. lav Is the anniversary or the foun- lnllnnortlietown of Caslrovlllo In lhll, hv Henry Cnslro, nt the head of r renin Ionlsls, the nrst f.uro penn i ngrnina li.it came to W estern 'lexas. Frank Starr i.nl.iv ciilii:UKK)nvslersbeforn night. A Liimi representative tried hlsoysters ist nignt ttnii nan priiiiin iice ii.n.i fr..h ami line." Stnrr will get In n big shipment to-night. The Late Georfjo Hoerncr. The funeral j esterday afternoon of tho late George lloerner was very large and inposlng, consisting or a lnrge omnium ml 11 1 carriages, headed by the F.lghth Cavalry band, which played it number lemn funeral dirges. '1 he pall benr-i-,.r... Kx-Sherltl T. P. McCall. F. Krlsch. Genrgn It. Dashlell, P. W. Scf- fel. i:. Sellel, K. Zinsmeyer. M. Lckcn rolh, I'. F. Shields, II. K. Judd, Henry l est. It. r. .tiichiing ami uns. ocunnii. lereiiialns were Interreil in tne uuii How's cemelerj', the beautiful ritual being conducted by Chaplain Harry C. .MIIH T, ami .Miuie uranu iiiiuiii nun. Mr. lloerner's life was an active one, nil his lota w 111 no tell uy many oi our Itlens. Shardeln Says This. Caplaln Sbnrdeln, Chief of Pollce.snys County Physician Chew's strictures ipon the clly police 111 this morning s paper, are very unjust anil unwnrranicii. ays the discharged soldier hchlebel, as brought In like any other drunken n mid nlhmoil to lay In the batcnte nil night, and the next morning, Tiles- lay, wlien lie, niiarueiii. us nun, no iiiilhiieli' nolllled Cltv Physician llraiiniiflgel w ho visited him nnd ordered lilin reunited to the county jail, as bo was then v olenti)' crazy and was seek ing to Injure himself by trying to Jump nut of liie seeoiiu story oi tne oat cave. Hie man did not hate meningitis In liny form when he saw him. Dr. llraunna gel snjs, but may havo had It later by tnlnrlmr Ids head In soino manner ainlnst his cell. The hospital was no nine., lor the imiit as there are no nccom- moiiniions mere lor violent paucnm m Hits kind. A Postolfice Item Corrected. Ifi tho Issue, of Tuesday under the head of "Not Captious," It was lull mated that tho Postmaster had used tho envelope of n delayed letter to scribble on. After finther Investigation the I, Kiin Is convinced this was an error. The letter was directed originally to "W. II. Ilrowdcr, hotel clerk, San An tonio, Texas." Letter Carrier Possert left It at thn Central hotel from where It was returned August 31st; the envelope bore tho postolllce dating stamp on the dates or receiving June 2d, and August 31st. Mr, llrowder Is a clerk at the Mav erick hultl, and If tho letter had been so directed It would have been placed In the Maverick hotel box. The carrier should not have left the letter without Inquiry, and thus caused a serious delay. The hotel clerk should also have sent the letter back to the postolllce after a hotel hv the name of llrowder. This correction Is mnde because on it number of occasions parties have wanted Post master Neweomb "pitched Into" for Just such alleged violations of duty, and which, no doubt would prove to be Just as uncalled for and frivolous ns the In stance rpioted above. Itlght la right, and wrongs no one, and the chances aro that the causo of much complaint comes from parties who themselves nro at fault regarding the proper delivery of their mall. The Mitllory steamers now leave Galveston every tvcunesiiay aim Satur day, 'I ho lines collected by the City Mar shal for the month of August amounted to $877. Mr. John H. Gibson and Miss Addle L. Hooker were married this morning at II o'clock at the St. .lames A. ill. j;. church. At 'i o'clock this afternoon a reception will be given at Die bride's residence. 81 1 llutu street. Free to All, Grand Attractions nt the San Pedro springs, A free concert by tho King & Powers Comedy company, Thursday, Saturdsy and Sunday nights. 11-2 It The most tinnular cigarettes aro the Opera Putts at popular price. tf PROFESSOR BROWN. A Mooting of Colored Citizens Held Last Evening. They Demand the Dismissal ot the Coh ored Principal of tho Riverside School-A Committee. Last evening nt the Itccorder's court room n meeting of colored clllrens was held for the purpose of considering the reappointment of Professor Ilrown ns principal of the Jtlvcrsldo school. J. II. Holt called the meeting to order and stntcd that It had been convened for the purpose of Investigating the rumors In circulation' regarding the above named preceptor, and to show their dissatisfac tion at his reappointment. A permanent chairman was then ap pointed, Hov. Mack llenson being nomi nated and elected, and Ilev, J. W. Carr fullllllng the olllce of sccrctnrj'. Tho Chairman on taking the chair, he said he felt somewhat honored nt being chosen ns Chairman, the object having been started by Mr. Holt. They wero now prepared to hear whatever might be best, lie regarded tho meeting ns one of vnst importance and was one of dell eatn nature. They wero not there to ar raign anyone or to talk or the past, the City Council which had the appointing power in principals as well as teacliers nflcr their due examination, nnd Mr. Ilrown was reappointed and Miss Ida Harris. This was dlsallsraclory lo tho community, and the patrons of that school, and they as citizens thought best to conic together nnd see what Is tho best thing to do In tho matter. Holt then asked If Professor Ilrown wns a mnrrlod man. Tho Chairman In reply staled that ho was not altogether prepared to nnswer every question Hint might be propound- en. iio uniicrsioou tnnt iTtuessor Ilrown and Miss Ida Harris wero law fully married nt New llraunfels on the luin oi anuarj' ino, ami no uniicrsioou what raised some little confusion In tho community this sauio lady received ner re-appointment as, jnss Harris nnu not Mrs. Ilrown. It Involved the moral character of the school where future cit izens are Trained, and irtbey were to let the standard be so low as to have teach ers questionable as to their moral char acter, they set a precedent for our children and aimed very low. liavissaiu It secmeu tney Hit a deli cacy of entering Into details of the nf falr. As rumor has It, It goes like wild lire. Ho believed that the action of the School Hoard had developed thefact and they knew nothing to the contrary that .nr. jirown ami tun jiarris were mar ried. The only objection he had to the marriage Is that the fact was only devel oped since' the rumor has existed. If ilrown nnu ma Harris were married, certainly this community, Ilrown lining the position he wns at present, this com miinltj', ns ho understood It, has certain ly been mlstreattd; they should havo known about this marriage; there was no necessity for such nrolound secreov. The School Jlonrd said they wero mar ried anil it wns wcu none, nicy ns n people did not think so. Ilrown being the principal of the butt school they had 111 the city, and supposed to be an exem plary man to Intrust their children and It seemed that what has been done by the School Hoard was not sulllclent to satis fy this people and be belleted the people disapproved of It, and he thought tlielo ought to he somo presentation nt to whether he was Immoral or not, nnd he thought they snould petition the Coun cil to have Ihtse parties removed, If they bad the moral Interest of the people t heart. He wns up to see the Mat or the other day and ho met him rnthcr abruptly nnd he nsked him for the li cence. The -Mayor said to him he ought to goto Mr. Ilrown and he (HieMatorl could not see why they were acting so In tne uarK townrus iirown. no ioiu tne Mayor that he thought the neoole were dissatlstled and he had been r. quested to get me license ami see iiineywere married. The -Mayor told hlmliehad not got It. He said he was tired of this allalr nbout Ilrown. Tho speaker said he could not help If he was tired, the people were illssatlslled. lie thought the best action to tnke would bo to pell tlonthe Council Tor the rimoval of these parties If they had the moral welfare of the community nt heart, because If they tvereto tolerate antthlng like It In their school houses they would have more of them soon, lie din not wnnt to censure Ilrown, but simply wanted hlmtogct out of the way, David Williams 'made a motion that the chair should appoint a committee to draw up a petition setting foith the best reasons possible to cnuse the removal of iirown ami snow utg tue grounus oi ro- tnovai. ltlchardson rose to his feet and com inenced stilting whnt action tho School Hoard had taken In the matter, but he was quickly called to order by the Chair saying uicnaruson was a nine on, Tbo Chair considered tho runic siilllclentlv mysterious conci Hrown, he should live above suspiofon, being n puuuo instructor, ineyuiu not call Into niiestlon the right of Ilrown to marry ns he tileased. hut ho did not think It right for the community to sit with sealed lips when thero Is so uiiicu rumor. ltlchardson Don't you think you nro too late now? The Chair No sir; It Is never too late to do goou. ltlchardson Thank you. Wilson said he thought It was a kind of slander to treat Professor Ilrown the way tbev wero doing, and he did not think they were doing him Justice to make any petition to place before the City Council, and did not think the meeting large enough. Holt opposed Wilson's views, stating that he considered the sentiment of the colored people wns represented nt the nresent meeting. Wilson luktit tho attention of the Chnlr. and said that tho onlv Informa tion on which tboy proposed to down Ilrown was from reports Unit had ap peared In public print, and ho did not consider tuat suiucient to down any Itlchardson That Is lust the nolnt I n oonosed to and I was asking you for The Chair drew the attention of Mr, ltlchardson that the committee to be ap nointeu was not ior tne nurnoso o "downing" any one, but simply to nsk tho Council to dismiss blm as principal of the school. ltlchardson Yes, that Is not knocking the socks olf of him at all. I Just want to say tins, tuat so iar as iirown is con cerned, ns so far as 1 have known of him, I would not honestly co-operate with any meeting unless I bad some more grounus to pass on man wnat have had to-night. he Is willing to submit to anything. ( would ftu&x'est that voti leel the senti ments of the meeting as to whether It Is willing to concur wllh these two gen' tlemen that their children shall hi taught by anybody and any one. If one man goes tiown in nun tnnt is nc reason that I should follow him The Mayor told me the other day that Professor ltoto stated that he thought there were very little morals around the colored icboolliouse. That Is a nice thing for a professor to say. That Is the languago used to me by the Mayor, Jlichardson 'ihe reason the gentle man stated that Is because It was behind time. .... Davis That Is where you arc. liehlnd time. Wllson-ir jon have got anything to put against the tiiofesaor, put It right here. I don't nndeislnnd Davis I would like lo know whnt It would tnke them lo understand had wo known anything about the marriage Williams We don't know It now. ltlchardson You state j on w ero going to appoint n committee, and I suppose the Council w III act. Williams Who Is running thai, J oil or Callaghan? Davis then seconded Wllllnms' motion, and after considerable illauisslon thu motion was carried and the following committee appointed ! J. II. Holt, Have Williams, W. Log wood, .1, It. Davis. W. II. Hlley. Charles Johnson. James Martin, Jr., II. Lewis, Ktans Harris, Henry O'Neal, George Williams, Joseph Hughes, Joseph Mor ris. F. W. Wade. A. Wllkcr. ltlchardson moved that the committee report to a mass meeting to ho held on Friday night. This created a heated nnd rambling debnte. ltlchardson's motion was seconded by Wilson, hut the chair dually ruled them out of order and the meeting adjourned, tho committee being Instructed to meet this evening nt X:M nt Davo Williams' barbe'r shop on Houston street. Llvor Complaint Yes; toil may well say "eonipl .lot," for If there Is anything makes it poor mortal complain. It Is to havo his liver t cf order. Tho liver Is thn great scavenger of the body. It gathers up iiisc, works it inio ine iiiio,nmi men orks the bile oil', I has a henvy con tract; nudsometlmes falls. Then thero a general insiiiroanco. i nat nisiur- f Marshall. Iowa, sava: "Hrown's Iron lilt- rs relieved me of liver complaint after er remcuics laiieu." A Fatal Month. July lias been n fatal month for Pres idents and ex-Presidents. John Adams ml Thomas Jellcrson died July I, onroe. .inly ft, inii; inyior, .nuyu, ..Ml, while In olllce, and Grant, July 23, Wi, whllo Garlleld received his death vouiul upon tho 2d day of the same month, 1881. m. Bosh-Hashonan. SG4S. 1'he Jewish New Year falls on tlielOth this month, and Is o'osely observed by all Jews throughout tho world. In connection with this, Mr. L. Wolfson wishes to notify his ninny friends nnd tho public gcnernlly Hint his bazaar will oe cio'eu irom tne morning oi me luin until tho morning of tho llth, when New Y'enr's greetings will be In order. Farmers and Mechanics. Savo money nnd doctor hills, ltelleto your .Mothers, tt Ives and Sisters by a timely purcuase oi or. munnivo a iougu nnu i.ung rwrnp, oest known remeuy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and llronchlcnl cct ons. ue loves cuiiiiren oi urou n n one night, maysnvo you hundreds of Hollars, l'rice ou cents ami ii. .Lim it's free. Sold by II. L. rotvler, If oh" ft Co., J. I). Define. J. Clavln. For Font, lie nremlses formerly known ns tho lennn restnurant. For particulars. In- Hiiro ofCharles Hummel .t Son, No. 270 Commerce street. p-ai-tr Crand Atrracllons. Tho King .1 Powers Comedy com nnv will glvo free entertainments at San Pedro springs, Thursday, Saturd iv and Sunday nights. 0-2-1 1 . tsso Cash Will buy several lots containing SI acres of irround. with water, two miles from Main plaza and one mile from San Pedro iprlngs. Also 27 acres, with good Hn- irovements. adjoining sain lots, can be md at low iigures. impure oi l,0KK.O tMSTHO Free to All. Ornnd Attractions nt the San Pedro irlngs. A tree concert by the King it oners Comedy company. Uhursday. Saturday nnd Sunday nights. u-2-lt Wanted. A nurse nt Mrs. Ilcrmnn Knmnmann's list couiu well recommended. Apply nt Lock wood .V itnuipmanirs ijuiik. ii-i-ii Crand Atlractions, The King & Powers Comedy com tinny will give free entertainments at San Pedro springs, Thursday, Snturday nnu Miinuay uignts. u-2-it Economy Is Wealth. Kvery economical housekeeper should avo one. Whntr i ho celebrated Kagh Wringer. Wht? Ilecauso It Is wonder rul, ns tt saves health, time, hard, labor Ions work. Ill-temper, nnd sickness twisting and straining or wrists nnd tearing of c.othes. It is nn estnhllsheil fact that nothing lias) ever been Invented. except tho sewing machine, Hint tins so union reiicveiv t lie notiseuoiii inoorns the Knglo Wringer, and has met with such pnenouicnai bucccfb. liver lou in uso In this city and over 1,000 In the Stato of Texns, and every purchaser Is enthusiastic in Its prnlse. sold ntfiO cents per week, by J, F. Zang, Texns Install ment House, 111) Hast Houston St. U-l-lm Taneoast & Son. The Light calls attention to the large establishment of Pancoast & Son, who, not to bo outdono, aro now announcing that tueir stocK is complete., eine uar galns in all sizes of gents' and boys cloth ing. Thcyalso say that they wish to dispose of all summer goods, Inclusive of straw hats. Now Is the time to get low bargains In the custom department. Fine nnd stylish neckwear; underwear of all grades. Ilest qualities of nnvy flan nel in suits, oargaina in jyu ioib ui suirts nnu oioimng. -i-zm Ariistio. One of the llnest establishments that afan Antonio, If not Texas, can boast of Ib tho Art Gallery ofC. 11, Mueller, at 205 Commerce street. Here can be had artist's and draughtmen's materials, ot both domestic and Imported kinds. En gravings, enromog and paintings are on hand, In an endless variety. Picture rrames, mouldings nnu material ior fresco nnd sign paint lng In large varieties China decorations and material for wax lowers In n largo assortment, air. Mueller receives direct from factorlcf large shipments of paints, oils and other material lit that line, as well as window Sinus, and line domestic and Imported ccorntlve wall paper are specialties In ins estauusument. n-u-iv Advicslo Mothers. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Hyrup should nlwnys be used for children teething. It sooths the child, softens the gums, alleys all pain, cures wind colic, and Is tho best remedy for dlar rhica. 25 cents a bottle. 7-22-lyr. Wanted. Five or six young men, to drive street car. Good reference required. Apply to Houu, superintendent. Money loaned on coilateral securi ties. Specialty In buying cost-oil o'otb lng at highest nrlccs. Postal card or ders strictly attended to at Aransas Loan Olllce, corner of Military plazitand South 8-29-3 nt 1885 FALL 1885 QUE ADVICE ' To the Ladies and Gentlemen of San Antonio and Vicinity Is, BUY YOUR DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING G. B. FRANK'S neod tho Following, nnd Dear It necelved lor ft Pieces. M Inches wide, Ijnlles' Clolh, all wool, i White Hituncl. In 'Silt I'ln-es Scarlet Klnnncl, from 1ml Pieces drey Flannel, from. . l.l Pieces IIuIiIciiiIiihI iVitmi p 1111 rail PIiti'S very latent stili a OUR HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS IS LARGER vr licfnrr, tuul ttr nlTcr 10 I'lrrcH Turkcj-ItiHl t htiiiiiKk, tarranlH fuxt fotnr, lit III 4 ri'if rntm ri-ntJi upt liii IMn-.it While iiml IVmn iMmu-vlt, wry litii lo Imz- lHiilTlirkUli (.'niMi Htitl hutiiHok ThupIi. nil innrkisl um- iln vn. ttur iiHnr(imiil nf SI'AI'M. (HK)lM ctinnoi liiuriiiirt1, WoIiammmi tmiM tlTui VUwn Imtlitn I Inn I iMi I'Iivth LADIES', MISSES' AND It1, In prices. t 1 ainl quality we li HtfK'k ll iHrirrr nti-l our nrlri- I ivc.i ui iKH'cnu nph'c,'. in (Hints', voutii; vo the lloKt, No went ami Mint Htllnli AMitrtt Frank's AlamoStore '3 1 and 33 Alamo Plaza. SOUTHERN -"3 BAKING POWDER, maih: nv tig: SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO., 310, 320 and 322 South Floras Stroot, San Antonio, Texas. W TnoYALti'.Ta m AKIH6 POWDER Absolutely Pure. vnrlrn. A mi .vhuli'ttnment'H s onlliiary kind. Houses to Patronize. Kmployment furnished free, No. 239 Houston street. 8-1-lm The I.inur Job olllco Is still doing work. Try us. Have your clothes cleaned or dyed at Geo. Caen's, 110 Knst Houston st. lm Kino line of guns nnd pistols as good as new, very cheap at Emerson's. tf Call nnd see V. I.orra. the tailor. lie has just received the llnest line of fall goods. 8-20-lm flood second hnnd clothing bought nnd sold nt Emerson's. S-l-tf Clocks warranted at Ktnerson's frpm $1 up. These clocks we bought nt a bar gain and oner tnciu tue same way. ti A ouantltv of line law books, in cluding Texas reports, for sale cheap at Kinerson's. o-i-ti Ihnerson has Home line diamonds. both soltalres and clusters, for sale, at big bargains from up. b-i-ii -Now. If vou or any of your family aro suffering with Chills, lfemlttent or intermittent fever, Aoutng oi tue Hones. Dullness. Irritability, Nervous ness, Jaundice, Illlllousncss, or any other sympton of malarial poison, we easnestly solicit you to try oiuiti.r.i n T-X-S AOUK TONIC, for If used ac cording to directions we know the re sult will be success. Bold by F. Knit- eycr & Hon. Notlcs. The 10th series or the stock of the Ilexar Hulldlng and Loan association Is now open for subscription. Apply to John K. Oohse, Secretary. 8-10-lm -A WONDEItFUI, HUN I JIOll I.F.Y'S T-X-S AOUK TONIC Is creat ing quite a furore nnd having a wonder ful run among chlll-still'erlng people, claiming advantages heretofore deemed Impossible, nnd making such rapid and permanent cures, causes people to talk about It. Contains no quinine, mercury, arsenlo or deleterious drug of Any kind. Cleanses and tones the stomach, arouses the kidneys and liver and operates fine ly unon the bowels, making Its 'action prompt and ellectlve even In chronic cases that have resisted all other medi cines. Try It. Hold by F, Kalteyer & Don, ALAMO STORE In Mind, Hint Wo Hnvo Just the Foil Trade at ,;r, (Vols Per Yard , a Cents Per Vunl CHILDREN'S SHOES ilcfy nil c petition. Our flctitN Kiirnlslilnir cm irnliiuiKlrlitl Hlilrtn Jimt re nl UIIMllU.N'M (.'laOTIUNII we ell for CHEAP COLUMN. Wo. m. samui:i . NtlTAKV l'l fiVS A. REIMANN. f ANTED-A llr W Willi refi lel '-A Itrst-elHss woman e Apply, eni lilll. WANTED An liiIrlllRent lny nf iilxiut 11 ) ears of nire. Munt write a jmk1 hanl. Apply, wltL reference, tn Kledel - Tips. WfANTED-U'lles mul gentlemen In city or country winhlnir to earn l'l tn f-laittiyut their own hoineHi no caiiwtHKlinri work fur nltthiHl am) ftent liy mall any illetanee. For artleiihtni inhlreHN, wilh Htanip, Crj etallUeil I'holn Co., iVI V Tlh t., Cincinnati, O. I .IOR SALE A cottage, 4 room! city water; 1 till twMern fitiprntcmcnts; T minute walk ioiu poBtollk-e. Not imirli eailit(Hiiilretl, lull mee on time. 1'or purtleulam ail'lretiti lH-k Htx il or Mux A, Uifht otllee. tt-3-tf ANTONIO POULTRY YARDS Nn. 115 North now a ii nu lot or oinur Iratima mul ItiiiTf'ocliiii of ii1h o tireeilri ulwaj 8 HJIlli A. it. HuitLEr. tthul.ltflit Job Oillcu. rurnlHhe.il ots or irrn id. planted with shrubbery hnlraiit wu uts. lli-llglitlully i Ulguowlty hill. a, hair cash, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Noeinploieeoftlio I.lonT has authority to contract any tmlctitf ducss in tho uauio of tho -r or firm. No such bills will bo rccotf- nlzeil unless approved by tho business man ager, Wo aro nut responsible for tho Individ ual debts of any employee. Warned. IIoiko with four or flvo rooms, cer trally located. Apply at l.inur oilier. Ot A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to f;et such goods as will give the trade sat Bfactioii. Itlce ,t Fowler, It. Colin & Co., J. 1). Devlue, J. Clavln, the They sell i)r . llosanko's Cough and I.ung Hyrup, because Its the best .Medicine on tho market for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption, Price CO cents and $1, Samples free. Teaas Toilet Trine. Tho toilet of no lady Is complete with out the Justly celohrated Texas Toilet Trllle, which Is universally admitted to no tuorouguiy euectivein tne removal or Tan, Freckles, lilotches, Pimples and iiieuiisiica irom lue Skin wuuout uetri ment to It. Ladles who have talrly tested tho Texas Toilet Trllle are enthuslastlo In Its praises, and letters of endorsement are constantly received. Leading drug gists keep It. Fifty cents per bottle Manufactured solely by .1. A. Helby & Co., Galveston, Texas. For sale In Han Antonio by Harry I. Fowler, druggist, 11 Houston street. 8-5-tr Sprinkling With Hose. The privilege of using hose for sprink ling, etc, being subject to special rates, persons wishing to use fame are re quested to call at the ollloe and arrnnge. The fraudulent use of the water service In this manner renders the party liable to have It out oft, without notice, as stip ulated in his uontraot. 10-Iui WlTEIl H'oiiks Company.