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Thursdav. Novembrr 12. 1885.
S1I L11F. Tho irrcnt Argand (all nic.it. f.nmp.1 chlmncr. tlunrantccl Noii-Klll In Hanging, llruckct, Fancy Parlor Lamps to nt any gs or kerosene lllture. 1'rlee nt nlckle-liliilol lamp anclelilmiiey, Sn,GO.,.w,e have the same lamp, otic dm smaller, light dual to m caudles, price nicklc-plated, only $150. PAUL WAGNER OTTO BnitOSTHOM. T. n. ORAT. Livery Staples & Hacis Connected iihnrilnmU)iI)pi1 to all points In the I nlon. mly Whltcllci In the City. Open Dm ami Muni. Tel. ! CARTER & MULLALY Transfer Line. UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, IIZ and 44 Alamo IMnzn. SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS Hm-Sneetnl Attention irlven to for warding bodies to all parts of the United StBteB. Teleplione connection. Calls attended day and nlglit. 8-30-ly ilfasligtoF TheatrO G f We. First-Class Performances Given Every Night I An Entire Change of Programme Twice a Week I A Well-Flttod Up Bar with Fli.o Wines, Liquors and Cigars, MM.tAllD PAHLOHS ATTACHED A line lunoh stand In the house, where warm and cold meals will be served at all hours of the day and night. RUDOLPH SINGER 1'roprletor. MUSIC. The Turner Hill Orchestra ready to fiiriilli inuMc Tor Halls, (lennnn, u.i , ttixiuuiKB, (jom-ens, eic. Also rum tm Flutoleeioni will bo taught For fur the i itorniutiun apply to JOE MCALLISTER, l"'i- SAM KAY, Chinese Tea Store, 214 Solcdad Street, Pun Antonio. droii'iToyg, Also a nice stock of Chinese 1' .SCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ' 'ANTED Ladle, and gentlemen In city oi l country wishing to earn (3 to 13 a day a tod and .em by mall anv distance. t'i' -icillara address, with .tump, Crj stulUzc. MUL HOUSE WANTED, to buy for cash, I ' 40011 nicuiiiy. AtnilOS., SlUllhg prlCO I ovillon, "Jl. Jl.," Lliiht olllce. II ME BUItDINC LOT fOR AlE-ltt No. 10, lilock No. '. cast of tho raco track. V i l.'i locution for a resilience. Price ttf). ItiiSI uuen;,. AyyiJ m am milium ptaia. ( 1 ODD BOARD AND LODGING at ( l pe 1.1 It AND WINTER MILLINERY, Hats and lion- olllnjrat iirlces that will ustontsli inu, Fuslilonaljlu Lrress-iiialtlnira sHolalty, Llffrunt oostumea tuailo at very low prices, Cull uud s In yourself, at No. a West t'i MHS.J.U.BWAtJIlltllTr, Hnires. Vienna. Jtoioirne, nptlytllled. ton Centre St. r 1 13 A. RE1MANN, Contractor and nulldcr. U1S CuniHrgo street. .1 ANTONIO POULTRY YAKDS-No. 117JI North Klores Ht. l or sale now a nno lot nf younit mouth ttook.Ufrht Hiilhraaaud liugCochln i l. Kirirs and fowls of above breeds alwajs ii hand atolnco. No. SI, BolodaS Btreot, . .tr A. It. UVHLtr. '(Hit Ktffj'-Cnndto rower. Conti OnMlnlf of a Cent per Hour. Never hrealii or ttwikf oUe. Made BERGSTROM & GRAY, Undertakers, Funeral Directors Livery, Feed and Sale Stables LOOAL ITEMS, The News Picked Up By Light Reporter! onTholrTour In the City, Fine piano, S75, nt Emerson's loan olllce. 10-10-tf Mr. Charles Jlullaly I? n victim of tli dengue Kln line of gents' shoes cheap nt nicrsou's. iimimi The SIM Volksfest organ enn be purchased fur $05. See our liandsomu stoi k of neck wear Young A Arnold's. iu-o-m The norther this morning kicked up big dint on the Jl Hilary plaza. Good carpenter's tool", nearly new, cheap at Kim rsnn'a. 10-10-lf The Mission Oanlen Howling oliui as organized last night. Solid (liver watches warranted, I and SI. at Emerson's. 10-10-tf Tlin Inrrare mill considering their erdlct In the Iliirlage swindling case. Don't forget to call on Hie I.iiiiit when you want nlcnjob printing. If You can buv a handsome present Tor your awcethe art by ealllng on F. Sheets. A mil on n promissory note lias oeen tiled by T. C. Frost against J. C. Ware For a the atest styles and novel- ties. call on F. Sheets. II Commerce st. FUliattho San Antonio Ice Com pany, I.0S01H steeet nt iu cents per pound. H-12-lit A very large flock or rail and win ter underwear. Prices right. 10-2l-:im cam-oast x r-ov. It. D. Kamnmann to C. I'. Miithck, lot 75, on llajs street for J750. Heal es- to iransier. The largest anil best selected stock of lothlng rcrln this market. Turner hop nt Turner hall Saturday, November 1 1. For members and guests strangers) only. I i-it-.il Mrs. Clinrlea DeVlero presented her husband with n llllle girl Inst nlglit. Ills Is .No. 'J lor cnnriie. For real bargains In gent's clothing id furnishing goods, call on F. Sheets, I Commerce street. HW-tf Frttli oysters at the San Antonio ee Company. Losoyu street nt S3 oeni per UK), or II cents lor 20. 1 l-12-iit Andv Stevens Is n victim ortno pro ailing illseiue, and his plnce In tho Clly lerk s ouiue is temporarily vacant. Dunlnp Hats, Lyons I tnbrellas, and erv best makes In Fine Furnishing Hoods, at 1'ixram A So. 10-21-ani Hairy Tliointon was placed In jnll steienliiL'. belnir arretted bv Denulv Sheriff lvl. Stevens, on an Indictment by the grnnd Jury for false swearing. I.T. Iloos. Justice ot tho Fence or Wilson Conulp, is on trial this morning ntlie District Court, cliargeii witu i- ulng raise cerilllcates as an oiucer. Mrs. Modesto Torres and Jllss lor res left Mslerdav evenlnir for l.anmry on a visit to relatives and friends. '1 hey may extend their visit to rort stockt K vou want n irood drink or nice fresb ovsters. wild uiime. etc.. call at the Cottage Saloon and Kestaurani. corner Houston unci .Navarro streets, ii-o-i Mllchtr Ilulmr to Francisco I'aclieo. Kddle .Moore to Sarub Sliellon, tire the marriage licenses Issued jesterday. .1, Kapatu and Tina Sobeeheck look one out this morning. Messrs. lit rotroin A Crnr. under akers, forwarded the body of Louis Iwlnira. the man who drnoned dead West Commerce street Yesterday, to his ate Home, rearsau, teias. Money loaned on collateral securi ties, specially in nuying cast-on cone Imr nt highest prices. Postal card or ders strictly attended to at Aransas Loan tiiuce. corneroi -Military piazaanu mouiu r lores street. n-y,, .tni At n meeting of the Mission Ten, Pin llowllnir Association, held lust nluht at I lie MlsslonUarden.lt was decided to disband the old organization. A new association was then formed, and n conr Itleo appointed to draft rules, whoarn to report next saiuruay nigut. Dr, Howard's Commission. Dr. II, P. Howard rcrcheil a dispatch from Washington this morning, dated jeslerday evening, stating that his bond had been approved, and the commission was mailed to him. It Is expected by the last of this week, and he will prolia- oiy take possession oi mo san Antonio rosiomce uy .aionuay next. ftecorder's Court. 'I he following cases were called and disposed of In the llecorder's Court this morning: .lames, violating hack ordinal: dismissed. A. Nelames. violating hack ordlnn dismissed. Kdwln Joyce, striking Lilly Gardner, oismisseu. C. Clark, sinking Charles hnowlton smsed. (). Delgado, drunk, $5. Antonio Cantu. drunk. SS. John '1 hompson, drunk and down, $5, .man i uurza, striking, ju. lien Thompson, drunk and tlown, $; Joke Webber, drunk and down, f 1 The Omnibus Cases. Tho drivers of the 'busses were a retted for vloIatlng;;the hack ordinance In br.cklng up to the International Depot platform without being called by a pas' censer. Tho cases were closely cop. tested, the defendants being represented by Mr, N. O. Urecn. It was proven that the omnibus company has a code of sig nals by which the train checker nolllles toe conuuetor u mere are any passeiv grrs as tho train comes Into the yard anu inai oniy on sucn a signni tnai tin 'busses come up to the platform. Oi this testimony the licoordcr dismissed mo cases iii.s morning. County Commissioner's Court This morning the Commissioners np. proved tho reports of Constable Frei Hader, Justices Anton Adam and W Huston. In the application for reconsideration of the former action of the court in tho matter of the change of the Somerset ronu, u waB amounted until Saturday Tho report of the lurv of view In tin matter of the petition to reopen the old Laredo road through the land of John Lecompte and others, was adopted, ex cept as to the amount of damages awarueu, ami uomuussioners tjitintana inavez anu nrauen were appointed as committee of assessment. That Critic. The Figaro. In its Urst numbers, was very anxious to Impress upon the publl that Its dramatic department would be above suspicion; that Its editor would pay ins way to an snows and woul have no favors to ask, and noiie to glv In that line. On the presentation of " i tie wonu"iasi nigut at Turner Hall the Fiearo editor "flashed un" hi card, and wanted to be dead.headed Into the show. Tbls was refused, and the manager also added that as he, the r igaro, uau Baiu ue aiwava nam uis wa' Into shows, whv. It would take bard casl In order to see "The World," then. This shows the roily or a man poling as at unbiased critic, and publicly proclaim ing ins virtue, anu men, at tue urst oi portunlty attempting to dead-beat 111 way in. PERSONAL, Local Travel and the News Picked up on tho Motel Registers. .lodge II. F. Mallard Is autographed at tho Southern. I). C. Itagsdnle, from San Marcos, Is glstered nt the .Southern. J K. Daugherty and slstc ake, are at the Southern. and sister, from bagie T. P. Ilaylor. Deputy II. 8. Mnrshsl, tun Uvalde, Is a guest of the Southern. S. It. Walker, prominent elllrcn from ztlcs, is regntereu ni me numu- F. II. Jones, a popular knight of tho grip, from Chicago. Is slopping at the Southern. )M. II. Ffl'7, from Memphis, Tennes see, accompanied by his wife, nrn nl the Southern, L. O. Dargan, Inert haul from hnclnal. heie on it Dimness trip, anu is luu.ucu the Southern. .1. T. Poo, Itamon Alfonso, and (1. W. ones, from uaivcsmn, are coi riauijr located at the Southern. Hon. .1. D. Sayers.of Ilastrop, and Sir. W. (lano.of Dallas, aro In the city and stnjlng nt the Mengcr. T. 11. Mnher, unci .1. II. liinkeiy. prom inent rlilzens of Demlng. New Mexico, ar registered nt tho Southern. )r. F. Hetrd and wire, t-ayctte, untv: II. '. Cutler. Indianapolis; J. v,.i,.n I'liicnirii- .1. V. Voorlilas. i'lilladelphia: II. J. fubb, Litllng: all nln J It. lioberilean, Austin: It. F. iimnner .1 II. lloL'art. St. Louis; Mrs. W II. Irask, Dsllns; W, M. Sharpo and ire, Jumes.l. Ilaynes, n. n. jiowry. .nretloj II. F. Kenilall. U. S. A., l ort lark; It. H". Vrirnell, IJnglc Pass; Jl. L. .i.' r..i. vv ' llnmet. Mason: S. La- powsLl ami family, Abilene, are nt the enger. u- t itnui.n. Ansiln: tlenrce llohhcs. Spolior'd; J. S. Murphy. Spollord; W. J. Ifasle, Taylor: Frank Pearce. St. Louis; f . .Meicnii, immiuuic, ... ... " ' w York: Oeorge Ci opcr, Now Y ork; euls Aloe. St. Louis; Julius Soolin, H-...im,. lien Frever. Cllv: L. Smllli, tallas: L. Michael. City; J. A. Martin, l"loli: .1. I.lltw iieurgo u. jiur Mles Hosh Welder. Miss Mabel Nor Mls Alice Weslon. Harry A.Smllh, rank Miilalaii. -World" Couipany; I). Culder, liaivesion; ii. i . i mm 11.01. ills; U. A. Allison, New York. 1. 1.. ..miv New 1 ork: I 1 . 'l Uf set t. lur1 us l.hrlsll: C. W. Welder, Waco, are at Iotel Maverick. S. It. Walkir. Oonzales: W. S. Carolh p. II. A. Senrluht. Austin: L. O. Dar gan, tnclnal; F. II. Jones, Chicago: I). . Kagsuale. nail jiaruiit; .,. .u. . ii and wlle.Uulveslon: Frank Aironsc, let.irl.i: J. T. Toe. (1. M. Lopes, It. Alfonso. Cialveston, J. K. Daugherlv mil sister, Kagle Lake; dtiiige n. r. iu aril, FloresMlle; .1. II. Wlilltaker. So- gulp; J. K. Wagoner. Lining: r. i-. my- nr. Deputy Jiarsnai, uvnnic; r.u. I. Fritz anil wife, Memphis, Tennessee; Max Aue. Leon Springs; Jl. II. Clay or, Anstlo: J. llurke. Austin; S. O. llolley. San Marcos; Thomas It. Mahr. Demlng, N. M.; .1. II. lllnkcv, Demlng, N. M.,nrc reglslereil at the Soulhern. His First Ooy. liichard Lacrolx wears n broad eiiille Ibis morning, the cause of It all being presentation by Mrs. L. of a line bouncing boy. Hlcharil is extremely inppy mid hears Ills honors wen. A Fine Picture. .Mr. Adolf Sclmnllh, the young and aleiilcd iirllsl. has Just finished u line and realistic, painting, the portrait ofthe lain J. II. Kampmann. The work Is done In aeeordilice with the new school, and reflects great credit upon the artist. '1 he portrait is on exnioition at uie atelier or Mr. C. II. Mueller, on Coin incrce street. The Volksfcst Association. Mr. Adam Fischer, who bad the con tract to build tho stands at the springs for the Volksfest, sued the Volksfest As sociation for the balance duo under the contract, and had a heating before Jus tice Adam yesterday aiternoon. ine tlmony was pissed on uy Hie jury, who gave Mr. Fischer the sum of i7, the full amount claimed. Building Pormits, The following building permits wcro Issued by the City Clerk yesterday even lng and this moiulng: Julius Conrad, Fourth ward, two- story addition lo house, to cost $700. . maun, onc-siory auuiiiou uu cu ing In the First ward, to cost 2iK). Lee llarton, addition to dwelling In the Third ward, to cost $100. Double Dirthday Celebra'.lon. ltobeit Huii7lker and Martin Schlebel, both social members of tho llcethoven and Schwelzer Singing Associations, celebrated their respective birthdays tester-day. Doth gentlemeu were sere naded. A magnificent lunch and neces sary liquids gave tone to the occoslon. Zllher playlug, chorus singing and comlo declarations were part ofthe en joyments of the evening. Election of Officers. Yesterday evening the Young Men's Ilenevolent Association held their regu lar bi-monthly meeting and the annual lection of otllcers took place. I he fol lowing officers were elected to servo for le ensuing year: President William Hoelllng, Jr, Vice President K. U, Nixon. General Secretary II. Ilelllgmann. Treasurer F. A. Jalmes. Trustees-It. U. Nixon. II. Helllg snn, It. K. Ilondand A. Hunpertz. Itellef Committee O. I). ltoemer, L. Folder and Thomas Mnldoon. Alter the above business had been transuded the association adloiirned to Krlsch Hall wheru n bounteous colla tion was provided and tho newly elected otllcers were toasted with honors. City Finances. Clly Collector F. C. Ilauelsen reports the following receipts during the month ol October: Occupation tax..., Public, scale City pound Ground rent Hock quarry rent. Hack tax Itecorder's Court. Market Land receipts Street Impioveine Cemetery lot J3.152.10 i.rc.z. i:w.2i 1000 1)0.00 1.110 02:1.60 1,187.00 10.M 0.VJ0 25.00 Total ". $5,733.40 General fund $3,521.00 Police fund 2,110.60 Sohool fund 10.01 Public Improvement fund G3.00 Cemetery fund 25.00 Total $5,733.40 J. Mirtln'sJrtos Store. This popular establishment at No. 237 Commerce street, has Just received a large supply ot new goods with special attention to winter wear. Ladles will llnd It Interesting to examine the stock ot tine snoes just arrived, uoou bar gains can be hail In (tret-class goods. THE WORLD. The Startling Scenic Cffects-The Sink ing Ship and Raft. "The World" (I.lttlo's version of It) was produced at Turner Hall last night to a fair audience. The chief attraction of this drama Is tho elaborate scenlo effects, without which It would not pos sibly have attained Its present height of popularity. The difficulties presented by the Turner Hall stage to admit any thing approaching grand scenlo effects at llrst would seem almost Insuperable, but despite the late arrival of the com pany everything went off smoothly The curtain rose on tho llrst act a few minutes after 8 o'clock, and the Interest of the audience In the progress of the play soon becamo Intense. Tho sinking ship lit tho second uc was ellcctcd In an Ingenious manner and was applauded to the echo. The most arllstlo and reallstio eflect of the whole ploy watundoubledly the raft, and thu ntitiearancn of a full rlKued ship tiring a gun and bearing down on tho rnrt laden with tb'co half dead morula to3scd on nn Illimitable ocean. This was particularly line and the greatest scenlo effect over produced on tue Tur ner hall boards. The lirih act was was equally as good; Hie revolving scene and subsequent panoramic and moonlight arrangement raised the audi ence to a wild pitch or enthusiasm, lte gnrdlng tho actors who sustain the piny It must be confessed they are not of equal merit wllli the stage arrange ments, although they are all above mediocrity. Mr. J. h. Little, as Harry LlllHon, noted well; Jennie Graham, by Miss .Mabel Norton lllled her role ably, as also did .Miss Itose Wilson as llosa. The leiualnder call for r.o par ticular mention. AH who fall seeing this production ofthe "World," will re gret missing tho opportunity of seeing what modern stage carpenters can achieve In rejllillc ell'ecls on small stages. 1UMUT K'MI. The seats for the above company which appears at Turner Opern House to-moirow nlglit are selling fait, and no doubt the house will bo packed. MIKilMl. The sale or reserved scats for the above opera will commence to-morrow morning at IEIsclie's. Deplorable Tragedy. Particulars of a terrible tragedy reached tho city last evening which oo eurred about eight miles north of Han dera, on the Verde creek, on Tuesday evening. Jluck llryant, young man living there, suspected two Germans, whose names could not be ascertained, of stealing a hog belonging to him. llryant went to their bouse nnd charged them with the theft. Upon making this charge one or them shot llryant through the hand, llryant mado fur home, pur sued by the Germans, who fired at him again, one shot going through his chest iroui one sine to ine outer, its me urn shot was tired close to Ilryant's house, It was heard by Ills father, who ran out nnd shot both of bis son's pursuers, kill ing them Instantly. ICnrly yesterday morning llryant brought his son to Han dera for surgical assistance, anil he was reported when tho Handera stago left lor mis cny to oe in a iiyiug cumin tun. "Poor Fellowl" He suffered from Insomnia, which means he couldn't sleep. It arose from over-work, followed by nervous pros tration. While In this stnte, he shot his wile and developed symptoms of raving mania. What a pity lie had not taken llrown's Iron Hitters while there was (oiiio hope for hlml Mr. Noah Holla way, Manchester, Va., says: "I used llrown's Iron Hitters for loss of appetite and nervous weakness with great uene llt." It completely removes neuralgia and other nervous diseases. renes Wire st Auction, A consignment of 20,000 pounds of barbed wire 20,000 pounds of plain, gal vanized wire will be sold to the highest bidder nt our auction rooms on West Houston street, next to bridge, 10 o'clock a.m., Tuesday, November 17. A grand chance for stockmen and farmers never before ollered. Colion ISoi.ton, U-G-lOt Auctioneers, 2, I and C West Houston street. Mlrseulous Etcspe. W. W. Iteed. druggist of Winchester, Ind , writes: "One or my customers, Mrs, Louisa Pike, llurlonlo, Handolph, County. Intl., was a long sullcrcr with Consumption, and was given up to dlo by her phjslclans. She heard 'of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ami pegan imying it ot me. in six months' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and Is now so much Improved Hie, lias quit using It She feels she owes her life to It. Frei trial bottles at A. Drelss' Drugstore. Attention. Udlesl amino. Misses Klrchner, 225 Commerce. A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to get such goods as will give the trade Co., J. D. Devlne, J. Clnvln, the drug gists loads all competition. They Bell Dr. llosanko's Cough nnd Lung Syrup, because Its tho best Medlulno nn tho arket for Coughs. Colds, Croup nnd Primary Consumption. Price 60 cents anu $1. aampies iree. Gauvin, Wise Co., Tex., March 21, 'SSI, Mcssis. tlorley Bros., Austin, Toiusl Gk.nti.kmkn Send me three dozen of rour T-X-8 Ague Tonlo at once. 1 lave sold every bottle 1 received from roil and guaranteed It to cure, and I', ias never miieii in aeingie instance. Yours truly, W. P. Skaiiuy, Sold by F. Knlteyer & Son. Cure for Piles. Piles aro frequently preceded by a sense of weight In the back, loins mid lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to supposo ho has some elleution ofthe kldncvs or ncluhborlnir orirans. At Units, symptoms ot indigestion are present, iiattuenoy, uneasiness ot tue stomach, etc A moisture, like nersnlr- ntlon, producing a very disagreeable Itchlneafter getting warm. Is a common attendant, llllnd, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of or, jiosanao s I'lto uemeuy, wnicu acts directly upon the parts ellecled, absorb ing tho Tumors, allaying tho Intense Itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 60 cents Address, The Dr. Ho sanko Medicine Co., Plqua, O, Hold by luce is towier, ji, uoniiituo., j, u. De vine, ,i. flavin. A WONDKHFUL HUN I MOIU LKY'ST-X-S AUUK TONIC Is creat ing quite a furore and having a wonder ful run among chlll-sullerlng people, claiming advantages heretofore deemed Impossible, and making such rapid and permanent cures, causes people to talk about It. Contains no quinine, mercury, arsenlo or deleterious drug of any kind. Cleanses and tones the stomach, arouses the kidneys nnd liver and operates fine ly upon the bowels, making Ha action prompt and effective even In cbronlo cases mat nave resisted an otner medi cines. Try It. Bold by F. Knlteyer it con. Tho only cigarettes which do not stick to the lips aro Opera Puffs tf -&t- ltf!$ MS! AKIMC POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tils powder never varies. A marvel of purltr, strength and wholesomeness. Moro economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can not bo su d In competition with tho multitudes of low test, short wclirht, alum or phosphato powders. Sold only In cans. Iloyal Hiking Powder Company, too Wall street. Now York TURNER OPERA I0DSE. Wednesday and Thursday, Hoy. Hand 12 THE WORLD! (t.tTTl.irsvr.itsioNi In Six Acts nnd niirlit Tableaux, with ills Miiltnlllcent Scenery and Iltrects. Tho trretit Hurt Scene, the Sinking Ship, tho T.iiiiutlcAlnin.aiid tho ltcvulvlng VtulL Concluding with tho llcuutlful l:rfcct ' THE MOON UPON THE LAKE." The Popular Actor, MR. J. O. LITTLE Supiiortcd by a Company of Acknowledged Ability. Sfllcscn cd Seats at lllsclui's. Friday, Nov. 13. "PANDIT KING." KltM.ST HlSCIl ONE MIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY, HOY. 13. WALLICK'S iff "BfflDIT M" GO. With tliu wonderful net In lioreos, Bay Raider.Roan Charger Texas and Arabian Jim. In the irrriit nlx-nct heroic timl eim trltut iiU'loUrunui, I'titltloJ THE BANDIT OTG Jah. II. Wai.i.ick In Ills great rolo of "Joo limanl," ami the most thrilling scene ev roditccdon liny Unite. Till! llUWIII KN11 III11T O.N ItOlpiKIIAL'K. lleservett seats can bo secured without e ra charge at Itlscbe's Cigar Store. DANCE MUSIC! ZOTTARELLI'S Italian Orchestra Will furnish flint-clans mullo throughout th iigsciiiton tor nans, rarticc, wcti.imgi '1 his hand will iiiKtiro satltiractlon when culled iiikiii. fllro lis u trial. Addresi 11-17 Acetitila street. Sun Antonio. It-tKlut CINDERELLA SHOE PALACE ! SSTTlils spitco Is reserved for tho : trlglnal Slipper of Cinderella. A Flno $3.00 Shoo and all othor flno goods for ladlos' foot woar In loathor and rubbor for tho coming soason. Trunksand Vallsosln stylo and Varloty surpassing anything In this market. ADOLF SCHHA1TH, ARTIST- 202 Lnvaca Street. Flno rortritltB aspeelnlty. Ix-Bsons glv Drawing and Pulullng. Portraits from llfo and enlurgcd from photographs. Drawing School for Children Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. 11-13 Proposals for Supplies. QEAtt 0 tho 1 LIB (ill EALED PROPOSALS. In duplicate, aublect I a cotul t ons. wl l no received a lltll l2n'clfK.k. Itnitll.iiii Nnveinhep 17, 1 . rnrrurnlnhlnguudlmiiictlliitodcllvory of tho follow lng Biiti.lstcncu Hupplles, viz 10)10 pounds Corri'ineal, now seamless sacks. ?Uml liuutlll. Onion.. Ill hurrel.. 0") pound. Irish rotaUics, In sacks. i bo hud Uxm application tu this olllco. STBJLMGIBS, SOJOURNERS, FOREIGNERS AND VISITORS: dcslro to call your attention to the Immense Stock of Goods which Is ollered for your inspection, ami wiucn found elsewhere First Our attractive stock of Second For Boys' Clothing city, and defy any house Third Our Clothing Department constitutes one-half of our entire building, being over one hundred lect deep. To those desiring Clothlnc I would do not convince them that I am 1IF.ADO.UAKTKI13 In this line, bolb In quality, tyio, woramanemp anu prices. To tho'o visiting usdurlnir this month, to make their winter purchases, I would ask their kind consideration nnd n caro ful perusal of the following announcement in 1IOUS10 FURNISHING UOOD.S: WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS Beginning with the extraordinarily low prlceof One Dollar and Twentv-flvo Cent Comforters. The lowest price vet named. HKVKNTY-FIVE CKS'l'S bettc ones at slight advance. CANTON FI.ANNF.LS Good heavy cloth, and superior to what has been seen before starting and selling at Five Cents. OIIKY' FLANNF.LS At Sixteen Cents and upwards. WHITK FLANNELS At Fifteen Cents and upwards. KF.D FLANNELS-Startlng at Twenty Cents and upwards. Cloaks, Ulsters, Newmarkets, Russians, Circulars, Short Dohlmans nnd Capes, In Silk, Velvet, and every material from which they aro manufactured, oeginning witit tue lowest priceu ones anu stop ping with the FINEST. toy My Dress Goods Stock comprises everything known In this line. tarlt In the city give mo a call. MTlf at a distance, your order by mall will receive prompt attention. G. B. FRANK, 3 1 and 33 WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR CLOTHING When you cftn (ret pun of tho FINEST IMTOHTJin OH IOMnTIO CLOTHS, uifulo up hi tho lutost rnlil(n, t.eclnlljr to your ordur, nt moderate prlew-, by V,LKNTINII LOItlt.. tho Popular Tailor, Commerco it not, near bridge. Only ttrst-elaM workmen ei.inloj.etl utul tho bt Bt trltnmliijf s used, A Ot (ruiirautocU. VAL. LO RR A, roruiar Tailor, Commerce St., near Bridge. Houses to Patronize. Shot-guns loaned at reasonable rates at Emerson's. 10-10-1 f For shirts call on F. Sheets, 41 Com merce street. 10-2-tf Tho handsomest fall nnd winter suits, at F. Sheets, 41 Commerce st. 2-tf Two-horse peddlers' license for snlo cheap at Emerson's, next door to the court-houso. 10-10-tf Powder, shot, cartridges and shells cheap at Emerson's. 10-10-tf For shirts call on F. Sheets, 41 Com merce street. 10-2-tf Fine Singer and other sewing ma Good pair of eve-classes In case at Emerson's, 25 cents. 10-10-tf You can buy a handsome present for your sweetheart by calling on F. Sheets. Fine Herring safe, as eood as new. regular olllce Blze, very cheap at Emer son's. 10-10-tf For real bargains In gent's clothing and furnishing goods, call on F. Sheets, 44 Commerce street. 10-2-tf En'rllear In mind that Frank J. Ueltcl keeps builders' hardware and lumber, at the International and Great Northern denot. 0-1 1-1 v, t or real oargatns in gem s ciotuing anu iurnisiung goous, can on . sncets, i commerce street. ju-.-ii For doors, sash and blinds, iro to F .1. Ueltel, at International nnd Great Northern depot. 0-11-ly, Don't think of buying overcoats until vou have seen those forfeited over coats at unoie rvmerson s. lu-iu-ii You can buy a handsome present for your sweeiueari uy caning on r. suects. Finest linn of cent's furnlshlmr goods and novelties, at F. Sheets', 41 commerce street. lu-z-u Finest line of cent's furnlshlmr goous anu novelties, ai r. sneeis1, ii ommerce street. 10-2-tf A good pocket-knife, only 25 cents, at Emerson's. 10-10-tf For all the latest styles and novel. ties, call on F. Sheets, 41 Commerce st. The handsomest fall and winter suits, at F. Sheets, 41 Commerce St. 2-tf Every description of book and Job priming uono at tuo i.iuiit omce. it Finest line of gent's furnishing goods and novelties, at F. Sheets', -II commerce street. iu-z-ii For all the latest styles and novel ties, call on F. Sheets, 41 Commerce Bt. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used for children teething. It Booths the child, softens the gums, alleys all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for diar rhoea, 25 cents a bottle. 7-22-lyr. Cilirornli Wines. 11 r. F. I. Meyer, the proprietor of Meyer'a hall, has lust returned from his fourth trip from California. He Is now firepared to serve customers antl faml les with the very best brands of Callfor nla wines and pure grape brandies, Families can be supplied with a pure article of California claret at one dollar Ker gallon. Forts and other special rands of pure vintage, always on hand. 10-10-Janl Medlclna Jlexlcnna Marnvlllosa, or Marvelous Mexican Medicine, Is a com pound Kxtrao t ofroots and barks found In the forests of Mexico and long used by the knowing Mexicans and Spaniards as an Infallible oure for all diseases of the bloouor whatever name or nature, from the BLACK or SPANISH SY PHILIS down to the common pimple. It Is undoubtedly the most potent blood purifier of the aire. Write to Mkxioan Mkuicink Company, St. Louie, Mo., for ireatise on iitoou ana dkm uiseases' free. Sold by F. Kalteyer & Bon. Remsrkible Success. Dr. L. V. Weathers Is having remark able sucoess In his practice, lie Is a grauuaue or one or the finest schools on tho continent, with nearly 21 vearu' ex perience. Ills olllce la at Nette's drug store; residence, 207 Elmlra street. Al ways oarrles a pocket case of best medi cines, lor nigut calls. Telephone con nectlon with residence. 10-14-lm Now, If you or any of your family are suffering with Chills, Kemlttent or Intermittent Fever, Aching of the llones, Dullness, Irritability, Nervous ness, Jaundice, Ullllousness, or any easnestly solicit you to try MOULE'y'S j.-A-o Auua iuaiu, lor it used a0' suit will be success. Sold by V, Kalt- i am convinoeu cannot uo at suoh figures. Clothing for Men. I claim the best stock in the to equal it, considering quality. ask to clvn mo a call and sco If mv prices with their families, who are doslrlmr 'S Alamo Plaza. FANCY G SOYELTIES Of Th SMSONI Plain. Striped and Shaded Plush for Fancy Work. Satteenq for Embroldory. Felt In uu aiioaes. cnenilles nnd Araslnes. Fancy Cords and Tassels. Velvets nnd Velveteens. Passamentery. Chenille ami wors ted fringes. Ladies and Chil dren's Underwear. Our Millinery Department Excellt In Ele gance and Beauty. Orders Promptly filled by Skilled Lady Artists. S. MAYER, Corner Commerco and Navarro Streets. Combined with Great Refracting Power, they areas transparent:and colorless as light itself, And for softness of endurnnoo to tho oyocau not bo excelled, enabling tho wearor to road for hours without rutlguo. In fuct, thoy aru i'i:iti'i:or Hiai!T-riti:-iKKVi5Hi. Testimonials from tho leading phylloluns In tho United tttutos, governors, sonnlors, legis lators, stockmen, men of note In all profes sions and In different branches of trade, bank ers, mechanics, etc., cau be given, who have had their sight Improved by tliolr uso. ALL IIYES FITTED. Oritzer Bros,, JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, SAN ANTONIO. KMMm BAN ANTONIO SAYINGS BANK, NO, 43 SOLUDAD HTJtKKT, Under tho management of h. Oarza, banker DeitoBlts, MUtiJcct to check, received, hut Inter eat will bo Dultl niilv on Tium lis iuntlta .f ti and ujiwurda nt the rutoof i percent per an num. llanklnir hours u u. m. to i p. ra. Sat urdaj i-u a. m. to H p. in., lor tho couveulouco nf Having Hank Depositors. San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co. L-el lloxea rented In mir lliirirhir-.i-M Steel-lined, Marhlu-cucaBed Vault, All boxv protected by u master koy. Kent BOu a mouth Hna upwaru, uoooriunj; to Bizo or hoi K. UAUXA, Vrenaent. COAL! COAL!! Eagle Pass Coal Com'y Best Coal in the Market for the Money. IV Wo aro roady to supply all domands for Coal. Tclephono No. tin I.AIIATT 4: CO, J. 13. LAU ATT, Solo Agent. r fA!1 1ric.T? ,crt with IIICU ft It VAN prompt, ly Idled. Also at Salt Hou.o ot tl.O.All:uJK llAfil. 11-ajui Clgarctto smokers prerer Opera Pufl j beoause they do not Btlok to tho Hps