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Wednesday. October 2!. 1885. Our rifty-Cnndlo I'tmor. CoM Onc-Knlf r a Cent jut Ilnir. Never break or smokes a chimney. (luurnntewl Nnn-Kxploslw. Made idles, price nlekle-plaied. PAUL WAGNER Livery StaHes & Hacls. Connected HaeksNo. in.II, 12. III. II, IV rn.tcrtakrrs Oilicc. -I Ilium ilm'l. hikI NtaHi-s ,i,..,lic Metiper Hole). IIikIIi-s cmlnilnicri ami lilpM ,1 to All joints in thy I num. (inly u lilic 11,-aree lulbuUty. Open liny ami Mulit. Ti-1. Iso. CARTER 4 MULLALl Transfer Line. Livery, Feed and UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 1U mul 14 A lit in o J'lar.ii, SAN ANTONIO, ... TEXAS. Iffl-Speclnl Attention Riven to for warding bodies to all purlsof the United States. Tilephon connection. Calls attended day ituil nlglit. MO-ly Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, trcntrlli and wholcKoniencRS, More economical than the ordinary kinds, und can ii it bo sold In competition with the multitudes of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate IKmders. Sold only In cans. Uoyul Huklntr Powder Company, 100 Wall streit. New Vork Tiieatrfi i,OHS. 1-1 First-Class Performances Given Every Night I An Entlro Change of Programme Twice a Week I A Well-Flttod Up Bar with Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. BILLIA11D PARLOUS ATTACHED ! A line lunch stand In the house, where warm and cold meals will he served at all hours of the day and night. RUDOLPH SINGER, Proprietor. CUnvw, Wise Co., Tex., March 21,8SJ. Messrs. MorJcy Bros., Austin, Texan OKXixiaiitN Send me three dozen of your T-X-S Ague Tonlo at onco. I have sold every bottle I received from you and guaranteed It to cure, and It Las never fulled In a single Initanoe. Yours truly, V, V, Stuncr. Sold by F. Kulteyer & Son. STO LAMP smut Arirnlid (all mctnli Lamp.) B 1 OTTO B I It OUT ROM, T. II. OIUV. BERGSTROM & GRAY, Undertakers, Funeral Directors, HAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered Up by Reporters In Their Dally Rounds. Vine piano, S7S. nt Emerson's loan ofllce. lO-lli-lf Our merchants have begun decorat ing for the Volksfest. .Men's Neckwear at Young A Ar nold's. . 17-iit Car loads of glaisware and crockery are being received by Gregory A Co. Klne line of gents' shoes cheap at Emerson's. 10-1'J-tf There will be tlio usual weekly con cert at Travis park this nllernnon. Don't forget to call on the Liiiiit when you want nice Job printing, tf The Boundary Commission will meet here sometime during next week. For shirts call on F. Sheets. 41 Com merce strict. IU-2-tf The Mnvor's ofllce has been carpeted and now appears qulto cosy. Kor a good ami sljlUlt hat give u a call. Yol'.Ml A. AllMllll. No Important business was trnn isctrd In any of the courts this morning. Kor nil the latest slvles and novel tles,call on F. Sheets, II Commerce st. Strangers are Invited to Clark's Bi Hard I'arlor, II und 11 Alamo street. The streets arn very lively this morning, more so than during the whole of the year. A very large stock of fall and win ter underwear. Trices right. lO-'H-Ihu l'AMOAsr A Sov. Olllcer J. F. Martin has tender! his resignation to the City Marshal, and It has been accepted. French, nil wool, cashmeres. In blank and nil shades, nt 10 and fid cents, at .loske llros. 10-llMf Who was the first to sell sheet music at 3.1 per cent oil; (loggnn A lirolher. lu-Mm Several military companies will ar rive by the Sunset lo-nlgbl and Immedi ately go Into camp at the springs. Full llneof new nnd staple, shades of silk velvets $1; velteteeiis at fill and TS cents. Jokk linos. Guadalupe Illvas, nged I earsnnd sW months, dbd In the Second waul Oi tuber IS, from marasmus. We have the best stock of Men's Furnishing Goods In tlio city. 17 in Vol-mi A Ait.voni. Who sells the best pianos and or gans? Thomas Ooggaii A Ilrother, '.'.V) Commeice street. llMMm Henry Ityder-Tnylor declures his paper Is by no mentis n Flgaro-tive one. It will appear shortly. The largest and best selected stock of Clothing ever In this market. lO-'JKlm Pamtmst A Son. The opium Joints are being vigil antly watched by the police, anil steps nre being taken for their suppression. W. Frlcdrlck will display some lino horn furniture In the old Sunset tlrket nlllce, Menger hotel, during the Volks fest. KMl-lt Mrs. I!. M. Carter, who resides on South Alamo street, Is seriously 111 with tho dengue fever, and her condition Is precarious. Mr. .Murphy, of Ilhodlus A Temp sky's, killed n centepedo on Soledad street j esterday evening. It wnslj In ches In length. What San Antonio needs Is for our police force to be tinder the Immediate charge and supervision of the City Mnr shal, not the Mayor. Davy Crockett, the celebrated back woods drama, will bo plated at theFnsh Inn during tho YolkHfett. .Mr. Huso N. Morgan as Davy Crockett. John Ilaptlst Schtnltt, formerly pro prietor of the San Juan Mission store, was burled this morning In the St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. "If you want a good drink, or nice fresh oysters, wild giime, Ac., call at tho Cottage saloon and restaurant, comer Houston nnd Navarro streets. 10-21-1 in. Mr. Warren W. Moore, of Austin, has been appointed Orderly Sergeant to Brigadier-General Koberts, commandant of the State troopB during tho Yolks fest celebration. Tho only place In this city where you can get the genuine W. I,. Donglus $3 shoe, the best In the world for the money. Is at Joe lleckmann's 221 West West Commerce street. 10-20-lm We have this day rc-opened our ll-h nnd oyster business, and nre prepared to lurnlsh hotelj, restaurants and families at lowest llgures. Free delivery to nil parts of the city. 10-10-1 w Sax Anionio Ick Factohv. Why Is It our police oMclnW cannot have the police ollloers whom they re commend fornppoiutmcnt bytheMuynr? If anybody knows how to pick good policemen It should be those who have tho most dealings Willi them, If you wnnt n fresh pair of kid gloves, we cell I'ndressed kid at $1 25. Iliittoned kid nt $1. Mousquetuire kid at $1 fit). AH shades In any style. lU-7-eod Haas A Oitkmikimku. Thursday morning In tho Yolksfest procession I will have my third grand distribution or 10,00(1 packnges or ciga rettes, GUOU cigars, Bum, packages Inline eo, etonnd Invite all to "catch on" ns I pass by. Sim Ilsnr. If you need n new carpet. 10 pes. Ingrain carpets, Hi) cts. per yard. II) pes. Ingrain carpets, 40 cts. per yard. 20 pes. Ingrain carpels, Ml els. per yard. 20 jics, Brussels carpets, 75 cts. tier yard, :UI pes. matting, i cts. per yard. 10-G-tf, Haak A OrrK.MiKi.Mi.il. We respectfully call attention to the public that tho celebrated French dyer, (ieo. Caen, well known In the State of lexas since IS I, Is fully prepared to djo clothing in last colors, and also to clean nil kinds ot wearing npjiarel will neatness and dispatch, nt 410 East Hong. Inquiries. George I.oux, or Sturgeon Hay, Wis., writes a letter to Postmaster J. P. Now comb, asking for Information relative to the whereabouts of l.leutetiont-Colonel A. J. Dallas, a retired army olllcer. Also Mrs. (J. A. Coldcwnlte, of Signer ney, Iow a, asks for information or Ches ter Heed, formerly In the emnlov of Dm Galveston, Harrlsburg nnd San Antonio railway. Catholic Supper. The ladles of St. -Mary's Catholli con gregutlon.who areengoged on thelunoh anil tunnpr for ll.n hrnellr nl II.. l,-i. opened their doors to-day on Soledad rmci, aim are selling lorin euioie viands In anr nuantitr to suit i-nsinmrs The fundi table Is presided over by Mrs. Thomas Johnson, nsslsted by other The punch bowl Is In ohorge of Miss nate a wouig. assisteu Dy other young Oysters were served out br Mrs. Lu zenberg, assisted by her lady retainers. The cofleo and chocolate was nnureil out by tin. Captain Nolan and assist ants. The salad was tempting when received from the fair hands or Miss Sallle Wal thall and the coterie of charming ladles who aided her. The Ice cream table was presided over y ju. usrry .lonon anu iriemu. Jluslo was In attendance. PERSONAL, Tho Coming and Doing of Home People and Strangers. Frank llarnsrd, of l.Htnpa.i., Mex,, Is at the Southern, Mnlor Hash, navinuster U.S. Army. leaves for Austin to-day. II. t. l.icklel anil f . .M. .Miller, oi .cw York, are domiciled nt the Southern. F. II. Ilatlherc. a prominent clllren of Kagle Pats, Is stopping at the Southern. Ilrncrnl A. H. Roberts and ulalf lirrl Veil from Austin this morning to lit t end the Volknst. P. II. Hurst. M. Nicholson and W. A. Dahbs, or Galveton, are guests nt the Southern. Frank Jones, of the Statu troops, and O. I!. Patterson, of Uvalde, are nt the Southern, Dr. W.(l. Klmrsburv has elven UP the Immigration aeenor. the otllce In Lon don having been closed. Hon. W. L. Thompson, who has been stnjlng the past few days In Austin, has return u to san aiuuiiio. K. Wlmmer. a nromlnent clllzeii of Oakvlllc. and J. W . Yannutes, of Llvo Onk, are at the Southern. Mr. George Kalleycr, President or the Lone Stnr brewery, has returned Irom his business trip to New York. Dr. W. O. Kingsbury, Immigration agent In Loudon. I'.ngland, for the Sun set railroad, arrived In the city yester day. Ldwln Joyce, formerly stngo manager at tho Fashion theatre, has accepted a similar position nt the Wuslilngtoii the atre. C, F. Hodges, n prominent citizen of llraekett. and II. P. Maurice, a well known wool grower of Kinney county, are guests at the Southern. Ilabbl I. l.ewlnlhal has returned from Laredo und Corpus Chrlitl. where he went In the Interest of the widows' ond Orphnns' Home at New Orleans. Captain .LK. Painter, one o' the old time popular rallroud men of the State, made I lie Linur a pleaiant call lliU morning. He ha Just returned from a trip up In Nebraska. Dr. .Med. George Hollaender. of the North German Lloid Steamer Weser now oir Galveston, liss made a visit to Sin Antonio, nnd called at the I. mill Ollioe j esterday. Henry Wahrmund, formerly ot this cltv, but now or San Angelo.'lom Green county. Is In to participate In Ihe Yolks rest lestlvltles. Henry bus a host of friends here, both male and female. Mr. II. W. Klubachcr, ltuslness Man ager of the Tally Ho company, called at the I.iiuiT nlllce this morning, lids gentleman Informed us that bis company will play nt Turner hnll, October 23rd nnd Sllli, giving n mntlneo on Saturday. Hurt J. ICendrlck. special representa tive C. It. Gardner's Attractions, " Y.o Zo.'Mhc Moglo (Jueen," paid his re spects at Ihe Limn Ofllce. Zo Zn. with all Its magnllleent fcen- ery, hosts or pretty women, elegant costumes, which cost In Its entirety, over $30,000, Is announced by manager, lilnche as bis liannernttractlon or season The companv Is beaded by Geo. II. (Grlmaldl) Adams, and Is composed en- IirelV OI erusisoi aumiumruKru nirm. Zn 7.0 will lie seen here for two nights, November 23 and 21. Cnptaln M. Kenedy, Corpus Chrlstl; F. Sesrl, lloston; Henry ."xoll. Lampasas; W.A.Mlabbs, Gatesvllle. Texas; .1. M. Gllibs and wire, Kngle Pass; A. Hast ings, Uvalde; Mrs. Frank Hamilton and child. Miss May Grav, Miss Lottie Gray, Austin: Dr. W. G. Kingsbury. London; S. K. Utley. Houston; ILL. Ilerg. Mis sion mills; F. A. Ilnllev. F. II. Horton. New York; Dr. F. Henrd nnd wife, Fnyetto countv; A. S. Hnyne. Fort Worth; K. C. ltall, Henderson, Kv.; O. Hnase. Iluflaln, N. Y.; Henry Klbert, New Orleans; Jntnes M. Means, Pied mont Air Line; Mr. nnd Mrs. N. ii. Nye, city; J. W. Mlddlebrook, Colum bus; 0. D. Wlnglleid. St. Louis; W. I). Sledge, Mississippi; it. S. Sledge. Kyle; David able, New Orleans, are at the Menger. II. L. Iienson. Texas; W. II. Fisher. San Francisco; K. W. Adklns. Texas; S. M. Gauss, Texas; S. It. Spalding, Texas; F. T. Deyor. Texas; Hermann Hubert, Baltimore; Charles Peterson. New Or lenns; W. llromwell, Nashville; August I. ammets, New York; S. T. Lallnnne, St. Louis; L. C. Guernsey. New Orleans; F. Webber ltenton, St, Louis; W. K. SIcLemore, Texas F. H. Armstrong, Virginia; Samuel Sampson, Keldville, North Carolina; Samuel Jones, New Or leans; W. W. Lipscomb, Liiling; George Merrltt. Itoston; W. O. Caldwell. Cuero; Kdward Dreyfnss, New York; J. II. Fra zer, St. Louis; K. P. Jackson, St. Louis; Dr. Sullivan and family. Assumption, Louisiana, J. G. Haulnml. New York; II. Iludger nnd daughter, Gonzales; Ju lius llaube. New York; A. ltosenbamn, New York; Hen Helllbrsuner, Texas; W. S. Ames, lloston; A. It. Snow, New York; M. Wlnstoek, Philadelphia. Hub ert Darnell, Dallas, are at Hotel -Maverick. 102 Accordeons. Mike Goggan, or the mammoth miislo house or Thomas Goggan A llro., yes terday, after selling two pianos nnd a $200 organ, sold 102 accordeons. There Is going to be inuslo In the air. Building Permits. S. D. Bennett, lumber addition to dwelling, n lumber dwelling and a lum ber barn on north side or Feet street, First want, to cost $325. Fred F. Schtihardt, lumber butcher shop, corner liulz nnd Sulndn street, First ward, to cost $75. Large Crowds Greeted Gregory A Co., nt their China hall last evening. It being the second night of their fall opening of china, glass, crookery, funoy goods and toys. Their magnllleent display so beautifully nrranged, coupled with tho sweet music In attendance, was the admiration or nil. These openings will be continued two nights longer and every Is Invited, visi tors to the Yolksfest especially, Paul Hoyer, The funeral of Paul Hoyer took place this morning and was largely attended. The Kighth Cavalry band and the tiro companies followed the remains to their last resting place, In addition to a large cumber of sympathizing friends. Ills death has caused great sorrow among his circle of acquaintances, to whom he was endeared by his many estimable quiHIUCI,. The Professor. A fair audience attended at Turner hall to see "Tho Professor," last even ing. The comedy was accorded a cor dial reception. Miss Kitty Cheatham who took the rolo of Dalsr Ilrown win- nine the audience bv her nctlnir. This lady possesses considerable talent; her fcuucriiig oi -diy jTeuy itiaiu- was en thusiastically encored, to which the young lady gracefully responded. Mr. William h. Kellard, as Beauregard, an artist, was exceptionally good, and the other members of the company were all meritorious, mere win oe a perform ance this evening. OANINE SAQAOITY. How Mr. R, Howie, of Floyd Si Co.'s En change, Came by His Dog, The rollowlng excerpt from n recent Impression of the Houston Post, will be Interesting to lovers or the canine race; When Barton tuadu his dally rounds among the business men, saying, 'John nie, glvo me a nloklef " he was Invariably followed by n little dog, nameless, and In almost ns dilapidated a condition ns poor Barton. A day came when the dog realized the fact that Barton's larder was empty and likely to continue so, Sim very sensibly then made her hcvl quarters at an otllro on Frnnklln street. wneresno wns sure oi griiiug gnou square meal or rnw meat every morning, Sunday excepted. Shu still showed her oltachment for Barton, however, by put ting aside the largest piece of meat, eat ing the balance, and earning tho piece direct to where Barton slept. This may seem Improbable, but sovrral parties can vouch lor lis uemg an aciuni rsct, and n dally occurrence. Finally the little dog took sick and nenrly died. The Franklin street man took the llltlethlng home, doctored It, washed It, and now It Is one of the prettiest dogs In town nnd perfectly nt home In Its new quarters, and In qulto a pet III the family, nnd they would not llko to lose It." Crazy Barton Is n well-known charac ter In 'Houston, unit his dog wns con stantly attracting attention from his In telligence. The Franklin street man mentioned In the above nrtlcle was .Mr. It. Howie, the mat nger ol Floyd A Co.'s exohiinge of this city. He vouches for the accuracy of the atiote statement, nnd he still is In poscslon of the dog. VOLKSFEST NOTES. The weather will probably be line. To-morrow Ihe Yolksfest commences. P.nlrles for the various races are almost llllnl. The linteli hate had a great many rooms engnged. The nrocesslon Marls nt 8 o'clock to morrow morning from Mlllliiry plaza. Bettlnir on the competitive drill Is active, Ihe Belknnps having sllghlly Ihe lead. The Kairlo Puss Juvenile ha-d have arrived to take part In to-morrow's pro cession. Let Ihe merchants nnd residents nlonir the route vie wttli each other in deco rating their hoiies. Ladles report dllllculty In disposing or tickets, they being met with the objec tion that the association has norlirlit to charge admission. Judging from the number of letters nnd telegrams reeelted asking for rooms. weuiiiik Hint n great many strangers from 'all tho surrounding towns will attend the Yolksrcst. Recorder's Court. J. H. Copeland, lighting. The bar keeper tcstllled that Copeland was not lighting, but wns being struck by an other party. Dismissed. Pat Cacsldy, drunk nnd down, dis missed. Jane Ilord, qunrrellng, continued. Alvlnn Cook, lighting, continued. W. Thompson, drunk, lined $3. Jesus Alvarez, drunk and disorderly, lined $5. Sam Hanir Lnn. keenlnc nn onlum Joint, dismissed for wnnt or prosecution. . lomeriorii, violating nacK ordi nance, continued. Kugeno Kenyon, violating hack ordi nance, continued, Thomas Moore, who lives near the Aransas Pats depot, wns lined $5 for In toxication. John McCloskv. beli.ir drunk ncd ills. orderly, lined $5. .incou uuunig, violating market ordi nance, continued, nnd alias warrant Is sued. Jerssys, Jerisvs, Jerseys, III endless variety and colors, nt. 10-21-lf Jqkk Buo. Grind Fres Concert F.very doy, at Goggan's Muslo Store, 250 Commerce street, between 10 and 12 o'clock. 10-2I-tf Fill Overcoats, In black, diagonal nnd line worsted, ele gantly made up, and sold nt very low llgures, at Joske llros. 10-21-tf Grand Free Concert Kvcry day, at Goggan's Muslo Store. 250 Commerce street, between 10 and 12 o'olock. 10-21-tr Children's Cloiks. We Invite the ladles to examine the bountiful children's clonks Just opened; they an the ben gunce. Noll' the Public. All persons who have purchased tick ets for the Gulveston excursion, on the llllb, are requested to call on the under signed nnd receive back their money. J.M. Mll.u.u. Ciliromn wines. Mr. F. I. Meyer, the proprietor of Me)er's hull, has Just returned from bis fourth trip from California. He Is now prepared to serve customers and fami lies with the very best brands or Callfor nla wines nnd puru grape brundles. Families can be supplied with n pure article or California claret at one dollar per gallon. Ports and other special bruiids or pure vintage, always on hand. 10-19-Jnnl A New Restaurant. .Mr. Christian Krehenhiiehl, who kept tho 'Schwelzcr House,'' on Soledsd street, has leased the premises formerly known ns tho Vienna Hestaurnnt, No, 207 West Commerce street. Mrs lire henbuehl Is well-known ns n llrst-class provider, and in reopening tills restau rant invites nil her old friends nnd the public generally, to glvo her n coll. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 10-lU-lm FOR ALDERMAN ATtTwaeU. At the request of mnny voters or the Ith ward I present myself as n candi date for Alderman, to till the unexpired term of Martin Muench, deceased. Elec tion to bo held at No. 207 South Aluuio street, Saturday October 31, 1SS5. 10-10-tl S. W. McAlusteii. FOR ALDERMAN. As many of tho citizens or the Fourth ward are dlssatlMled with tho nomina tion ol the meeting held lastSaturdny ot Mahncko's garden, I announce myseirns a candidate ror the Aldermanship of the Fourth ward, the place of M. .Muench, deceased, subject to a Demooratlo meet ing; If not, I will run Independent. Itesnect fully, ur.oiior. SciiiioEiimi, -A WONDEHFUL HUN I MOH LEY'S T-X-S AG UK TONIC Is creat ing quite a furore und having n wonder ful run among chlll-sullering people, claiming ndvuntnges heretofore deemed Impossible, and making such rapid and permanent cures, causes people to talk about It. Contains no qululne, mercury, arsenla or deleterious drug of any kind. Cleanses and tones the stomnoh, arouses the kidneys nnd liver and operates fine ly upon the bowels, making Its action prompt and efloctlve even In cbronlo cases that have resisted all other medl- Houses to Patronize. Shot-guns loaned at rcasonnblo rates at Kiuerson's. 10-I-tf For shirts call on F. Sheets, II Com merce street. 10-2'tr 'The handsomest full and winter suits, nt F, Sheets, II Commerce St. 2-1 f Two-horsc peddlers' license tot sale cheap nt Kmerson's, next door to the court-hoil'o. 10-l!)-tr If )ou want n line fat turkey or chicken, call at Beekninii's. No. ID west side Military plara. l)-2!)-lin Chenille collars at BO cents, worth $1.50. Jo-kk A lliio. Powder, tho), cartridges and shells cheap at Emerwon's. 10-l!Mf Holler skates ust received. 10-ll-tf OlJiMIIII A Co. For shirts rail on V. Sheets, II Com merce street. I0-2-tr Fine Singer nnd other sewing ma chines very cheap nt Emerson's, First-class printing at reasonable prices, Is done nt tho Liuur olllvc. Champion single breech-loodlnggiin ror $10. ri"-!)-lij OljtMlTH A Co. Good pair of eye-glasses In case nt Emerson's, 25 cents. 10-IO-tf You enn buy n handsome present Tor your sweetheart bycalllng on F. Sheets. Fine Herring safe, as good as new, regular nillcc size, very cheap at Emer son's. io-io-tr For rent bargains In gent's clothing nnd furnishing goods, call on F. Sheets, it Commerce street. 10-2-lf larllenr In mind that Frank J, Beltel keeps builders,' hardware and lumber, nt the International and Great Northern depot. U-11-ly. For real bargains in gent's clothing und furnishing goods, cull on F. sheets, II Commerce street. 10-2-tf For doors, snsiiand blinds, go to F. J. Reltel. nt International ami Great Northern depot. 0-11-ly, Don't think or buying overcoats until you hae seen Urns lor felled over coals ut Uncle Emerson's, 10-1'J-tf You can buy n handsome present for your sweelheiirt by calling on F. Sheets. Finest line or gout's furnishing goods nnd novelties, ut F. Sheets', 41 Commerce street. I0-2-tf Finest lino or gent's furnishing goods nnd novelties, at F. Sheets'. II Commerce street. 10-2-tf A good pocket-knife, only 2.) cents, 10-1'J-tf Elegant costumes for llrst-class trndc. Dress-making n specially at Miss O'KeiTii's, Commerce eircct, next to Hans A Oppenhelmer's. O-'-'S-lm For nil Ihe latest styles and novel ties, call on F. Sheets, -II Commerce St. The handsomest fall and winter suits, at F. sheets. 1 1 Commerce St. 2-tf Every description of book and Job printing done ut the Lifliir olllce. tf Finest lino or gent's furnishing goods nnd novelties, ut F. Sin-els', II Commerce street. 10-2-tr Who carries the largest stock or pianos nnd organs, shtct muslo and all kinds or musical Instruments In Texas? Thomas Goggan A Brother. 10-0-1 m Freelunoli every day; Welner wuerst chen with horse raddleh ut Turner hnll bar. U-20-lm For all tho latest styles and novel ties, cull on F, Sheets, -It Commerce St. The llnest bread mid rolls Is made by Fischer A Ervln, 1302 West Commerce street. 10-2-lm. Who wns the first that sold pianos on $10 monthly Installments? Thomas Goggan A Brother. 10-C-lm Flufl'y Fedora, tho latest bang. Ele gant switches, wigs, etc.. In stock and made to order nt .Miss O'Keefc'a, Com merce street, next to Haas A Oppen helmer's. U-23-lm Dr. IE. A. Phelnn, homteoputhlst, formerly or St. Louis, Mo has rooms on second floor In tho new Sam Maverick building, corner or Alamo plaza und Houston street. Olllce hours from Oto 11 n. m., nnd from 2 to 1! p. in. At home In the evenings nt 214 Garden street. 10-8-lm. What to wear now Walking Jackets. Hnglans. Newmarkets. Short iloluiaiis. Circulars. At all prices nt 10-U e.o.d. Haas A Oi pknukimkii. Expires October 2411s. Notice Is hereby given to members of K. P. Endowment, Section 032. Hint lime for transfer of eertlllcntes to fourth class, expires October 21. All assess ments ami dues must be paid before that time, or cerilllcatea will lie cancelled nnd reported to Supreme Secretarj'. T. B. Johssov, 10-l(l-4t Sec'y. nnd Trens. Sec. 032. Farmers and Mechanics. Save money nnd doctor bills. Relieve your Mothers, Wives and Sisters by a timely purchase of Dr. Hosunko's Cough and Lung strop, best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croupaml Broiichlcnl ellectluns. Believes Children of Croup in one night, may save you hundreds of dollars. Price 50 cents and $1. Sam ples free Sold bv II. L. Fowler, It. Cohn A Co., J. D. (lev ine, J. Clnvln. An Old tlllien speaks. Mr. J. M. Norrls, nn old resident of Home, Gu., snys, that he had been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint lor u greut tunny years and with Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely walk und had tried iniit.y remedies without benellt, until he began taking Electric Hitters nnd anointing his hands and feet wilh Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treatment ullordcd him great re lief and he strongly recommends Elec tric Bitters to ull who sillier with Kid ney Complaints, or need a Blood Puriller. Sold by A. Pre Us. The best custom-inndo work can be had In clothing nt Joske Brothers. tf Advice lo Mothers. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should always bo used for children teething. It sooths the child, softens the gums, alleys nil pain, cures wind colic, und Is the best remedy for dlur-rliu-a, 25 cents n bottle.. 7-22-lyr. Mcdlclnn Mexlcnna Mnruvlllosn, or Marvelous Mexican Medicine, Is a com pound Extruo t ofroots und barks found in the forests of Mexico nnd long used by the knowing Mexicans mul Spaniards as an Infallible, cure for all diseases of the blood of whatever name or nature, from the BLACK or SPANISH 8Y PHILISdown to the common pimple. It Is undoubtedly the most potent blood purlllerorthii ago. Write tu Mkxican Mkiucink Company, St. Louis, Mo., for Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Discuses' free. Sold by F. Kulteyer & Sou. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 'The Beet Salvo In the world for Cuts, Priilees, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hlieuiu, over Sores, 'Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by A, Drelss. Notice. All new furniture In stock Is offered for sale at and less than cost at No. 25 southwest corner Military plaza. Also, one pair hortes.furnlture wagon und hot ness. Call and get bargains. 10-10-tf PouTzmi & Co. iST'lAMGERS, ! SOJOURNERS, FOREIGNERS AND VISITORS: I desire to call your attention tu the Immense Stock of Goods which Is offered for your Inspection, and which 1 am convinced cannot be found elsewhere nt such figures, First Our attractive stock of Clothing for Men. Second For Boys' Clothing I claim tho best stock in the city, and defy any house to equal it, considering quality. Third Our Clothing Department constitutes one half of our entire building, being over one hundred feet deep. To those desiring Clothing 1 would nsk to git e mo n call nnd see If my prices do not convince them that I am HEAD'JUAItTEIIS In this line, both in quality, style, workmanship nnd prices. To tho o visiting us during this month, with their families, who nre desiring to make their winter purchases, I would ask their kind consideration nnd a oaro fut perusal of the rollowlng announcement In HOUSE FUHNISHING GOODS: HEWHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS- Beginning with the extraordinarily low price or One Dollar andi'wentv-llvo Cent Comforters. The lowest price yet named. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS bette ones nt slight advance. CANTON FLANNELS Good heavy oloth, and superior to what has been seen before stnrtlng and selling ut Five Cents. OltEY FLANNELS At Sixteen Cents nnd npwnrde. WHITE FLANN ELS At Fifteen Cents nnd upwards. HEP FLANNELS Starting at Twenty Cents nut! upwards. Cloaks, Ulsters, Xowninrkcts,.I!uiIsns, Circulars. Short D hlinans and ( apes, In Silk, Velvet, and every material rrom which they are iiianiirsclured. beginning with the lowest priced ones nnd stop ping with the FINEST. toT.Mv Dress Goods Stock comprises everything known In this line, toririn In- city give me a call. peer H nt a distance, your order by mall will rec-lvc prompt nllentlon. G. B. FRANK, 3 1 and 33 Alamo Plaza. VAL. LOERA, Merchant Tailor, No. O WEST COMMERCE ST., Nenr Everything In my line first-clan. All strictly guaranteed or no side. Give me UltSKiT Uihciie tx-ssee and Manager Thursday, October 22 ONE NIGHT ONLY I- W. BAIRD'S Mammoth MINSTRELS And ROYAL HAND BELL RltSGERS Making Two Complete Shows In One. Watch ror the Grand Parnde or Balrd's Gold and Silver Cornet Band, Matt El der, Leader, dally at noon. Free to all I i sale at Ulsehc's CHEAP COLUMN. F.RVANT GIRL WANTED at I,. H palm's bakery, t.ust Louiuierco street. i,e T ANTED An eneriretlo il tako ihanro nf tho In it ilalry uicion jjitfnowHV n. rn. I Went Houston street. PARTY is want cl to bur wholo or hull In 2V terest In n Hno. woll-estnbllslied meat uiHrket, Apply to llamhletou & Dljfnowity, No. 1 West Houston street. IU il4t RESTAUHANT for Bale, dnlnif ll lliu-p'i ylnir business; rimmI location. Apply to Hani bleton A Dltrnowity, No. 1 West I louitoii st. 1.-WERY30DY WANTED to uomu ami seo tlio Vj cheap property and limlnem chances that Hiunliletii&.Ki-oity, No. 1 West Houston pt net, Imvc lor Hale. HKil-ut riOOD B0AHD AND L0DC1NG utflU. pc W RANTED - A Whit i lamlly tmmll: m.K, 4Ufi tfoledail s IRUIT. VENISON AND VEGETABLES. Market ut I1 ww West I'onmiereo street. Orders tilled and delivered lit short nutlet. 10-HHJt A. (1. BMlTIl, Proprietor. elllnirat nrlces that will iisionlch Kaahlotialjlu Ilrexs-iniiklnir a foeclnltv. klfirant Lostuiues made ut very low prlceti, md perfect lit and llmt-eluss work tfuurau- it). & West Conmiereit street Miw. J.U.8WAU(li:itTV. DRESSMAKING Miss M. II. Hoi ton, Fashion able DierJsuiuWor, corner Houston and Navarro streets, solicits tho patrouairu of tlio ladles. Satisfaction warranted in every par 111 00M TO nENT-NoittoCottatros IX nerofN; (ulro at suloon, WM. B EH NOT, maker of all kinds of sau. l snires, Vienna, llolotrne, elu. Ordeis promptly tilled. ju houtli Centre ft. IK.1mui pUS A, RE1MANN, CiAN ANTONIO POULTRY YARDS No. 1 17ft North p FloreaHt, Kor salo nowa line lot or jounif lMymouth Hock.IJfht llrnhmaand IliiirCocliln tuwls. Kefirs and lnwls of above breeds alvva) s on hand at otllce, $io, Xi, Bolodad Street. uirht and sold at S ally mad paper In the elty. pOUND NOTICE-Taken up. nnd in City Pound etober, JbHftt (V elf k'lt car, One Ilrown Colt, i nrunu who mue norsot bramunl l 1 1 1'co sale, bo Bold at puello auction to the lilirhest bidder, for cash ut said pound, at tho hour of 11 o'clock a. tu., on the SUU day of Oct men ny ordinance will not uny animal put up at uuctlon. trill not bo received for I'll lb HiiAitnEiN, Marshal. 'lUe handaouiebt fall and. winter tilts, at r. bheuts, 41 Commerce fit. 2-tf, The Only olgarettPB whlnli do not kick io me lips are upera ruua Bridge. SAN ANTONIO goods warranted ns represented. Fit n call nnd ho convinced. 10-U ly FANCY GOODS. KOYELTIES Of Tin SEESOEl Plnin. Strlpod nnd Shaded Plush for Fancy Work. Satteens for Embroidery. Felt In n unnaes. enenmes nnd Arasines. Passnmentory. Chenille ami Wnrs- ica i-Tiwres. Ladies and Chil dren's Underwear. Ojr Millinery. Department Excslls In Ele gance and Beauty. Orders Promptly Filled by Skilled Lady Artists. S. MAYER, Corner Commerce and Navarro Streets. Coiuoiueu ttitu ureal uetrdcim,, runer, THEY AREAS TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS not bo excelled, cnablim? tho for hours without fatlvue. In fact, they aro ri;itri:or sitiiir-iMt.NKitvr.it. TctdlmonhiTH from the leading physicians In the fulled Mate en of note In all ut-oPen ICtflS- ) have Critzer Bros,, JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. t.N ANTONlo. HM(Hm SAN ANTONIO SAYINGS DANK, IIO. 43 HOIXDAIl STIIUET, Under tho management of I,, flarza, c-atikcr Deposits, subject to c-tict-k. received, hut Inter eel will bo mll only on time IX-jioslts of tl und upwards at Ilio rate of 4 percent per an num, llunkloir liriurs Uu. in. to 4 ii. u. Hut. unlays a. iu. to " p. tn., tor tho couvcnl'mug i auvintni uaiia in-iotiior6. San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co. rented in our llunrlar-l'roof . io-nt'coo auioutl itzootbox. l OAKA, Pro blent. J. Martln'sShoe Store. This popular establishment nt No, 237 Commerce street, has just received a large supply ot new goods with special attention to winter wear. Ladles will find It Interesting to examine the stock or tine shoes Just arrived. Good bar gains can be had In tlrst-clusi goods. CoITee, Chocolate and Oysters. Messrs. Hurnlsch & User nnnotinco to tho publlo und their patrons that they nre prepared to serve hot coll'ee, cuoco lato, nnd oysters In every style, during the season at their loe orenut parlors, on Commerce street. U-20-lui. Now, ir joti or uny or your rnmlly are siiderlng with Chills, Itetnlttent or Intermittent Fever. Arhlng or tho Bones, Dullness, Irritability, Nervous noes, Jaundice, Bllllousness, or any other symplon or malarial poison, we eusncstly solicit ou to try MOltLEY'S T-X-S AGUE TONIC, for If used ac cording to directions we know tho re sult will be success, gold by F. Halt eyer & Son.