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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - August 12, 1891, San Antonio, Texas Sac a Faug a old i wednesday August 12, i8�l. West Texas abstract and guarantee company. Incorporated h. M. Aubrey Secretary and mgr office 421 e. Houston St. Will Amish reliant abstracts of title to lands in Bexar county either City or country property upon Short notice and reasonable terms. Telephone no. 406 notice to the Public. The Only authorized Ecol lectors for the Light at present ate h. C. Schumacher Fred Small and d. C. Hitter. Otherwise you will see that you get a properly receipted Bill from the undersigned. T. B. Johnson manager $-3 of san Antonio Light. Coloured Encampment. A place secured with All comforts a Gen Stanley invited Captain Eskridge will instruct. The second annual Encampment of the coloured militia troops of the state of Texas will be held at san Antonio Texas wednesday August 19. All armed companies of which there Are six will be in attendance. Hickman spark Wirich is situated on South Flores Street is an excellent site for an Encampment As there Are two Streetcar lines running directly to the grounds. Everybody is especially invited to attend and there will be no charges of admission to the grounds Izaj. Lyons and the committee of arrangement Are sparing no pains to make this a strictly military affair. On wednesday morning the 19th inst there will be a Street Parade of All the troops together with the staff and officers. It will be convenient for All to secure a Board and lodging place at a reasonable rate. The line of Parade is As follows form in the morning on Market Square 8outh Alamo Street Down said Street to Alamo Plaza Down Houston to Flores Street to military Plaza through Dolorosa Street and main Plaza up Commerce to Alamo Plaza where review will take place # the aim panics will then be Marc de to the Encampment grounds and the school of instruction under a Apt. Eskridge u. S. Army will be begun adjutant general Mabry of the stat militia will be in attendance. Fine bathing facilities a great Desideratum have been secured in the san Pedro Creek. Refreshment stands will be numerous and first class major Jacob Lyons in command has issued his first orders As follows Headquarters battalion coloured Tex. Volunteer guard. All persons belonging to the first battalion coloured Texas Volunteer guard who report for duty at the state Encampment will be required to remain in Camp from open to Clos ing of Camp and no Soldier will be excused from duty. All state and civil officers Are respectfully invited to attendee Encampment. Special order no. I Headquarters battalion coloured Tex. Volunteer guard. San Antonio aug. La 1891. We the undersigned do respect fully invite Gen. D. 8. Stanley and staff to visit Camp Mallioux and review the Parade of wednesday aug. 19th, 1891. Signed major Jacob Lyons Comdr a Bat. Copy t. V. G. First Lieut. Leon s. Woodall adj Batt. Cold t. V. G. Personal mention. To miss Mary Louise Johnston on her marriage August Lith. Bridal Bells ring in the quivering air marriage vows float of the soft summer Breeze. Nature is bringing her offerings fair now you ate leaving us Mary Louise. Thoughts of a tender and Beautiful past. Make up the sum of your Maiden Hood Sweet Maiden Hood almost too Lovely to last Bud Blooming out Tea Flower Complete. For at your Union no heart May Repine Blest As it is with gods absolute Praise making of marriage a Symbol Devine. A Bride of the Lamb a from the earliest Days. Go to the human love tender and Strong powered with the Power to Solace and please. Finding existence an exquisite song that has for its keynote our a Mary Reha Gregory , san Antonio Texa. The whole town Iii be there. Busy times at Joske Brothers this week. Grandest reduction of the season. Clothing at Cost millinery at half Price bargain counters filled to overflowing Straw hats at half Price All serves to keep their army of bands hustling. Hurry up and come this week. It will soon be Over. New goods Are already arriving. 8 10 36 Joske Brothers. The Crystal closed. The Crystal Saloon on main Plaza was closed by the sheriff today on an execution served to satisfy a judgment held by Alexander Staudt of Harris county against or. Tom Scott the proprietor. The judgment was of Long standing and grew out of a horse Sale. Began life together. The wedding of or. John e. Mitchell an attorney of Mobile Al and miss Mary Louise daughter of right Rev. Bishop Johnston of the episcopal diocese took place at St. Marks Church yesterday evening at of Olock. The Church was crowded with friends. The wedding was simplicity itself and very tasteful. Miss Olivia Johnston was maid of Honor and miss Ethel Murphy bridesmaid. Or. Vav. C. Berry was groomsman Bishop Johnston himself performed the ceremony. Or. Aud mrs. Mitchell left shortly after the ceremony for a Northern trip and will afterwards reside in Mobile. Well pleased. Manager Leer of the Bella Union was Well pleased with his entertainment also was a Good sized audience. The sketch a fun in a boxing school a by professor Clark and Jack Burke w&9 particularly exciting for the audience last night. The vote. The result of yesterdays election was easily secured yesterday after noon at Ter the voting ceased Aud All night was not taken up with counting the vote. The result in the sixteen City precincts was the following amendment to Section 4, article 6, relating to voting 1,397 for 32 against. Amendment to Section 5, article 7, 1,125 for 94 against. Amendment to Section la article 16, to reduce the rate of interest,1,080 for 149 against. Local control 5o8 for 785 against. Amendment to article 5. Relating to the judiciary 1,116 for 255 against. The total vote was 1,454. To far today 12 county precincts have been heard from. All the amendments were supported except the local option Plank. Prof. J. E. Smith has returned from Galveston. S. Frank and Bride of san Antonio were in new York on the St. Or. Gus. Glm Hel of Kerrville is in the City on a visit. Or. Josiah Pancoast has left for new York on his annual visit. A. C. Petri is in the City from Dallas. Mrs. Burge and son a. E. Burge Are at the Southern from Seguin Texas. W h. Young of Hillsboro Texas is a guest of the Southern. Vav. R. Crenshaw of Chicago is staying of the Monger. Gov. J. S. Hogg and family Are at the Monger. ear Engen and wife Are registered from Austin at the Monger. Or. Oscar Pfeiffer a Well known Cigar Salesman from new York is in the City. Or. A. C. Schry ver has returned. Or. F. F. Collins has returned from a swing through fifteen states of the Union. Found no place like san Antonio. The misses Dullnig have returned from their fathers ranch. Messes. De. Clavin and de. Tynan left today to visit Gallagher s ranch. Capt. H. Harrison and wife. Frim Little Rock. Ark., Are stopping at the Southern. Prof. S. Vav. Stanfield is Here from san Marcos. He is staying at the St. Leonard. S. F. Wills a prominent citizen of Hondo City is a guest at the Mahncke. A. L. Blair of Lampasas. Texas is now at the Maverick. Vav. D. Oliver a wealthy ranch Man of Groesbeck is a guest of the Maverick. Mrs. S. P. Harbert is at the Maverick from Waco. Vav. B. Lyons and family from Runge Are stopping at the St. Leonard. Miss Vivian Ripley left the City this Mornier for Frio City where she w ill spend a few weeks with friends. C. F. Kroeger a Well known merchant from Calaveras is staying at the Mahncke. Mrs. Fannie Harrison has returned in rom Velasco Texas where she has been a silting friends. H. S. Tom and family who have just returned from Mexico in route for Floresville Are at the St. Leonard. Chas. C. Eagan son of capt. Eagan has returned Home from Sewanee tenn., where he has been attending school. Mrs. Percy Caldwell wife of a prominent merchant of Cuero is at the Mahncke with her child. Mrs. O. R. Flournoy returned yesterday evening from Georgia where she has been visiting friends for the past three months. Or. R. B. Hayes formerly a railway Festal clerk is now located in Galveston n the office of the manager of the Street car lines. Nothing like it Ever before seen in san Antonio just received a car Load of the finest Rattan and Bamboo furniture a3nti 6ve�ties 2 which will be sold at lower figures than Ever before offered in this City. In crrpet3smrttinbs the most Complete line to be seen in Texas at prices that Knock out All Competition. Also the largest and finest assortment of bed room suits at prices unusually Low. Call and see us before making your Purchase. Hli. Wollesoh. Local Market report. Real estate Beala and the Price they bring. The West end town company to Thos. P. Mccall All of Block 95, and lots 15,16, 17 and 18, Block 3, West 6,000 a. Vav. Houston and Reagan Houston to George krau9, 160 acres of Survey no. 200. Bexar county. G. G. Clifford to Enas r. Stalwart lots and 8, Block 4. West end. J. M. Bennes and Modesto Benites it a1 to de. Krause 3>� acres of lot 4. Win pecks subdivision no 2. Of Francisco Rolen Survey no j. M. Benites to de. Krause part lots in we. Pecks subdivision no 2. In Francisco Rolen Survey no 48. J. M. Benites. Antonio Benites and of Liers to de. Krause lot 3, in we. Peck s subdivision no 2, in Francisco Rolen Survey no 48. R. W. Hamilton to a. E. Doebbler lot 5, Block e. In subdivision of original City Tot 2, Range 2 and 3 District i. 1,100 400 too too 50 hides. No. I. Western Shade dried. 22 lbs and Over per lb.8>� m c no. 2. Western Shade dried per lb6j $7 no. I. Country Butcher per ibo 7 no. 2. A a a a a a a a. 6 Light Stock under 16 lbs., per la. 5 fallen Stock free of mud per la. 5 damaged and bulls per in. 4 dry salted per la. 5 a Green salted no. I heavy. No. 2. 3% skins no. I. Short hair la .18x improved Goat per la. La damaged and kids per in. 8 fancy Angora ti>2.00 Deer skins prime per la. 26 wild hog Large each. 40 Small each. 20 sheep ski of each.10 8>40 mohair Best per la. 18 off grades per ib.10 $14 horse hair prime per lb.10 a l4 cow Tail prime per lb.10 a la beeswax per ib.20 d>22 tallow per la. 32 produce department. Eggs quoted per doz.16 &18 turkeys a a a a a a chickens a a a a a a .2.50 3.00 butter Perl. 20 s>35 peaches per bob.35 50 watermelons by Wagon load.5 rf20 Cantelow its it a a a a 5 tomatoes per bucket. 50 potatoes Irish per Bushel i 1.00 Sweet a a a a. 2.00 Bacon per in. To Ham a a. 12 lard a a to Beans. Mexican per la. 5 Beans Navy per in bid. Hathaway j. Broadfoot m. A assistant. Real Lar graduates the leading specialist of the sooth and West private blood skin Aud nervous diseases. Young men who by their Acta of in Prudenc or Folly suffer from nervous debility exhausting drains upon the fountains life affecting the min t. Bod v and manhood should con no. The celebrated or. Hathaway at once remember Nerv Kond be amp yes with or without dreams a or debility and loss of nerve Power treated , by new methods with great wow. Ltd Maka to difference what you ave taken or of f Alie t to cure you. Lost manhood and All weakness of the sexual organs treated with great Success. Female disease cured at Home without instruments a wonderful remedy. Piles great i too very. A cure guaranteed. No knife cutting or ligature. Painless treat Pien stricture cured without cutting. The in St wonderful discovery. 8afe and sure. Syphilis. The most rapid Safe and effective remedy. A Complete cure guaranteed. Skin diseases of All kinds cured where others have failed. Unnatural discharges promptly cured in a few Days. Quick sure Aud Tare. This include Gleet Aud Gonor rho. My methods 1. Free consultation at the office or by mall. 2.thorough examination and careful diagnosis. S. I hat each patient treated gets the advantage 150 a mail Carrier Andrew Scheideman tel and a Man named Davidson saw a Little son of or. Chan. F. Cotton fall into the Mill race off ninth Street Bridge last night and pulled him out As he was sinking and nearly drowning. Distress in Mexico. San Antonio via St. Louis aug. 12.�?drouth, poor crops and no Money Are reported from various Points in the states of Coahuila Aud Durango Mexico. A Good common crop was made in the Colony of blah Sililo by obtaining water from nazis River. Corn is Selling at $4 50 per Hundred and sixty eight pounds in Durango. A number of citizens have visited the City of Mexico to petition the govern ment to remove the duty on american Corn. _ prohibition in democratic Georgia. Atlanta aug. 12.�?the Bill pro. Hib iting Sale of liquor within three Miles of a Church or school except in cities was signed by the governor. This Means prohibition As schools or churches exist every three Miles in Georgia and where they do not cheap buildings will be put up. To nettle British Columbia. Winnipeg aug. 12.�?col. Engle due and major Clarke Are Here Enro Ute to British Columbia to further the scheme to Settle six thousand scotch crofters members of the British naval reserves in British Columbia to have them convenient in Case of emergency on the Pacific coast. A Gigantic English Syndicate it being formed to develop deep sea fisheries on the Pacific coast. Base Ball. There will be a meeting of the ban Antonio base Ball club tomorrow night in the rooms of the Mission athletic club. All members Are requested to attend. It is rumoured that another nine will be organized which is to Cope with the present san Antonio team for the championship of the City. The team is to be composed of nothing but Home Talent. Building a exults. A. Hangars Kitchen Nevada Street 7th Ward $ Loo. Axel i Mee Scheldt dwelling Wickes Street 7th Ward $800. Eli Arnaud two Story dwelling. Washington Square 2nd Ward 17001. J. Mcdonald repairing dwelling South East Street 2nd Ward. K. L. Doll trite dwelling Corner Leal and Colorado streets 3rd Ward $1100. Onions per 1.25 the Worth of your Money. Go to Piggott a and get the Worth of your Money in wagons or carriages. Horse shoeing and painting a specially. Cor. F Iston and Soledad streets. 8 s 3m marriage License. Henry Ross and Annie d. Sledge. Montgomery Hovey and Margaret Robinson. Serapio Cruz and Maria Antonia Santos. 4 City court. La Grippe again. During the epidemic of la Grippe last season or. Kings new discovery for consumption. Coughs and colds proved to be the Best remedy. Reports from the Many woo used it confirm this statement. They were not Only quickly relieved but the disease left no bad after results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with results or the Purchase Price will he refunded. It has no equal in la Grippe or any Throat Chest or lung trouble. Trial bottle fee at Dreiss Thompson drug store. Large bottles 50 and $1.00. 7-11-lm new Busine firm. Or. Tornas b. Wren the Well known Aud popular hardware Luau connected for the past 19 years with the firm of Leroux amp Cosgrove has launched into business for himself and will in a Short time open at 413 East Houston Street with a full line of hardware stoves agricultural implements Etc. Or. Wren has Many friends in the City Aud country Aud will doubtless command a Large share of the Trade in his line. _ Alamo vim tors. S. A. Taylor Marble Falls Tex. O. Collins Colorado City c. F. Barnett Marble Falls Tex. S. O. Turnell Colorado City. Twenty cases were brought before the recorder this morning. Three were fined $31, five were dismissed and twelve were continued. Weather Bureau. San Antonio. Tex., aug. 12, 1891, to a. Rains Are reported in Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian territory and extreme Northern Texas. A area of High barometer with Cool northerly winds and generally fair weather prevails West or the Mississippi and South of Nebraska. I of special study and experience and pity is made of his or her disease. Image special Oder ate charges and easy terms of pay meat a Home treatment can be Given in a majority of cases. Send for symptom Blank no i for men Send for symptom Blank no. 2 for women. Send for by us Tom Blank no 8 for skin diseases. All correspondence answered promptly. Business strict y confidential mad Cine sent free from observation refer to Banks in san an Tonto Texas. Address or Call on j. N. Hathaway m. �?�zp-81 w. Commerce St., upstairs 5-1-1-rn san Autonio. Texas. Good clothe help Good manner. Boy clothing department chock full of new suit and single pants. Something extra in a youths suit at $12.50. Knee pants 50c to $1.75. 8 to 3t Joske Brothers. Prices knocked Down. I Price was knocked Down and kicked out of John k. Berretta amp store recently since then the store has been crowded with eager purchasers of dry goods and clothing at their closing Sale of summer goods. All summer goods at and below Cost. 8 6 of James t. Bradys Opp. Southern hotel parlor bar is Headquarters for stockmen and other gentlemen who know where to get something Good in the Way of liquid refreshments. Used in millions of Homes years the Standard. To exp flt a Tad a May is mar Iccy drop in to Bradys once and you will be sure to Call again. 8-i2-tf five lots in grand View at a bargain. Finest located property to the . B. Johnson Light office s. A. Brewing Asse. Xxx Pearl Beer. The purest and Best. Any part of the City. Delivered to

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