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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - October 5, 1886, San Antonio, Texas She sail tue Day october 5, 1886. Rays of Light. Pie Wagner Bazar the great bargain store. Ajril of to every thing in the Lineal crockery glassware Willow Ware Bird cages toys Oil stoves Woodenware tinware fancy goods lamps general hous furnishing goods. Botel bar and store outfits. Headquarters on everything we carry Oscak Bergstrom. T. Ii. Quat. Bergstrom k grat undertakers funeral directors find err liven stables amp Hacks connected Hacks no. 10,11, 12, in. 14, in. Undertakers Olliee 24 Blum Street and stables opposite Monger hotel. Bodies Ems Aenied and shipped muh a White Hearse the City. Oaten Day and night tel. 180 Ivy Tuul o a \ v Nger hotel. Bodies embalmed ill Points in the Union. Didy v the City. Open Day and night ctr Ter Mullaly. Transfer line. Livery feed and Sale stables. Undertakers and fun eral directors 42 and 44 Alamo Plaza san Antonio. Texas to Bra special attention Given it forwarding k bodies to All parts of the United states. Tele j Obi veil by. Phone connection. Igbo Calls attended a so la Emil Guenther architect. Be Cor. Commerce amp Alamo sis., Over Wolff is ,8an Antonio Tex. Plans and Ull information desired by those contemplating it build furnished. Flip Nobby suits i the White elephant clothing House stands head and shoulders above All competitors in style variety tit and magnitude of the Stock of gents boys and youths clothing found there. Or. Wolfson has at least $75,000 Worth of full and Winter clothing in his place anti our gentlemen readers can rest assured that they can find rare bargains in the gents departmental or. Wolf soul a. A prisoner in a Cathedral. The old Sexton reluctantly allowed me to pass into the great Cathedral. It was a favor As it was already time to close tile ponderous doors. I walked through the Sublime Interior and looking upon its Granduc was entranced by the accumulated magnificence of Ages some of the carving was very curious and plainly indicated the Century in which it had been executed i had noticed that some visitors had entered Aud were now in die main Entrance preparing to leave. I heard the old Sexton s keys jangling and Bethought me that it would be an unpleasant abode for the night. As i started toward the door i espied a curiously wrought human head and stopped to examine it and while doing so a door opened into what appeared a Stone chamber or recess. Curious i thought i wonder where it leads i leaned Forward Aud As i did so i Tell the door closing and in a moment i was in darkness. I tried to open the door but it seemed us firm As Granite. I became excited Aud pushed with ail my strength i might As Well have tried to lift the building. I then raised my voice and with terrible echoes the words resounded through the upper part of my prison i now stopped a moment to think. I raised my hands Aud came in Contact with what i thought the ceiling or roof but was surprised to find that it slowly radiated from Side to Side. In an instant Tho truth flashed upon me j was a prisoner in the clock Tower Aud Tho Imine us weight was slowly yet surely descending Aud unless some one came to release me i would be crushed to death. Alter shouting until exhausted i fell upon the hard Stone floor in despair. I could not Bear the thought of such a slow Ann horrible death. I had left my pistol behind of he Wiso upon upon Tho instant i do believe i would have used it and ended such suspense and misery. I now arose to my feet Aud was hoi filled to find that the weight had descended so far i lint i could not sound erect. I sat Daw to on Tho door and was so prostrated with horror that i Felt into a stupor from which i was startled by the great weight crushing me. I was now obliged to lie Down Flat or my i Lack Aud tried to compose my thoughts us i knew that in a few moments i would to lifeless. Horrors the mass of Iron was upon my Chest crushing me into the very stones. I could not a Ruthc. I could fwd something cold pressing against my forehead. I almost Felt thankful that the end was so near. I heard a grate aug sound. I be weight was raising. I sat up and realized that they were winding up the it Hick. I raised my voice and in a moment the door opened Aud As i staggered Forth. I recognized u Uncle Emerson Aud Bis clerk. Then All was a Blank. Uncle Emerson saved my life and gave to a new Collar Button As Tho old one was mashed quite Fiat. Emerson holds the Bridge. Gathered Here and there by the local . Quot ainu to afraid of opposition a a a ainu to afraid of Competition a Quot Aln t afraid of new joiners a a a ainu to afraid of anybody knowing More than i claim to know about the Cigar and tobacco business Quot do not have to buy from second hand Quot do not have to buy on Quot Bay Cash. A Quot discount Bills a give my customers the Benefit of Quot no drummers or i do not copy a a others schemes, defy Competition in Quot prices a a Quality Quot or Tho Only dealer in i sex us keeping imported cigars in Patent Case. Imported cigars from d for a Quarter to 60 cents each. Domestic and key West at any Price wanted. Sweet Cap orals and All the leading brands of cigarettes 6 cents a package. The Only Tobac cultist in Texas Selling horse Birne and Star at ascents a Pound. Purity 6cents a bag. Fine Long Cut 5 cents a package pickings and straight Cut smoking Iii cents. Cigars 30 cents a Box to #40 a Box. Genuine Meerschaum pipe 30cents. Fine Corn cob pipes 5 and to cents each. Boiling More goods than any to to acc Oil 1st in town. Smokers can rely upon Quot fresh and re Bible telephones ill i and cd yours to serve Bim Maut 2-i Aud hand 5 West Commerce sired. J established january 17. A lumbermen report business improving. A rho criminal docket will be taken up on november 3rd. A our annual presentation to our customers t to handsome lamps. Look at them in our windows. 10-5-tf Haury Baum amp co. A for every dollars Worth you tiny of us done to fail to get a ticket As it entities you to a Chance on the two lamps. 10-5-ft a it by Baum amp co. A from to Day till the first of the new year you have the Chance of winning in elegant Lump suitable for any parlor. I0-5-tf Harry Baum amp co. A still overflowing with liberality. Harry Baum amp co. Will give you a Cane for every 50 cents Worth and Over that you buy of them. Come and get caned. 10-5 to Emerson keeps a Little of everything. A if you want to build go to k. Guenther architect information free of charge a hatters \ Oung amp Arnold. 1-tf a our new fall gooks All in. 1-tf Young amp Arnold. A see the new style neckwear handkerchiefs Etc. Young it Arnold. Good Calico at a. Kahn amp , at 3�c per Yard. Good crash towering at a. Kahn a cos at 3je per Jard. A when you need any Job printing Call around and get prices at the Light of lace. A remember that Mavericks Bank pays 4 per cent on deposits. 7-Ntf a indigo Blue Calico 5c a Yard at a. Kulm it co. A for tile want of room will sell at West All our tapestry rugs. A a. Kalin amp co., Are Selling their brocade velvets at 75c a Yard. A a. Kahn amp co. Are Selling Good boys knits of $2.50. A a. Kahn a co. Arc Selling flannels cheaper than Ever. A what is the use to pay fancy prices for goods when you can go to a. Kahn it co. Ami get goods at prices to suit tile times. A a. Kalin amp co. Buy and sell Lor Cash. A a. Kahn amp co. Cannot be undersold. A at a. Kulm amp co. J Wool brocaded Cashmere in All colors it 5c a Yard. A at a. Kulm amp co. Rubber ribs at 5c. A coloured thread 20c dozen at a. Kahn i it co. Canton flannel 5c a Yard at a. Kahn amp co. A every variety of printing done at the Light Job Vilice. First class work and Low rates. 0-27 of a wanted fifty More candidates to run for of lice Independent. Secret i leagues. Fusion or straight. Ten i dollars each. If a fancy bordered handkerchiefs 25c i per dozen at a. Kahn amp co. I , jerseys. Fresh lot just re i a lived by Josky Bros. A at a. Kahn let co., you can buy Good velvets from 35c Yard up. Fresh lot just re Josky Bros. , jerseys. Fresh lot just received by Josky Bros. A. Kahn amp co Are Selling the rest of their summer goods below Cost. A imported groceries Are commencing to come at Emanuel Abrahams Corner military Plaza and Trevino Avenue. It a new imported Swiss cheese. French prunes Salt Sardelle and a great Many new goods at Emanuel Abrahams Corner military Plaza and Trevino Avenue. A jerseys jerseys. Two male clerks in the dry goods departed t wanted. Must speak English Ami German. Lh-4-tf Joski Broth Kus. Fresh lot just re Josky Bros. Fresoli lot just to Jonko Bros. Jerseys jerseys Cei Ved by a jerseys jerseys a lived by we have received a splendid line of table Lindens napkins Aud towering. Iu-4-tf Josky huot Hicks. A we have received a splendid Lino of table Lynn Una napkins and towering. 10-4-tf j of Al Brothers. A we have received a splendid line of table Lumens napkins and towering. Io-4-tf Josky Broth us. A guilty quilts quilts. Josky Bros. Guilty quilts i i its. Josky Bros. Guilty quilts quilts. Josky Bros. A blankets blankets blankets. Tn-4-tf Josky Skoti irks. A blankets blankets blankets. Lo-4-tf Josky both Kos. A blankets blankets blankets. 10-4-tf Josky Brothers. A some citizens Are putting Frank Umscheid Forward As county commissioner and it is thought that he will run. A Rudolph niggle whose Hines was reported a few Days ago lies in a critical condition. A we Are receiving new and see them. Of business Sparks. A it you want to buy or sell any kind of Stock or real estate go to Chavez Morin a Mateu South Flores Street. They will Deal squarely. 1-2-tf a Chavez Mono amp Mateu have taken charge of the Stock Yard on South Flores Street South of military Plaza where they will do a commission business buying and Selling All kinds of Stoekl-9-tf user by be for the wholly Light. Goods daily. Como g. In Frank. A millinery millinery Iii All Tho latest Stylos just received at of g. La. Franks. A we have a handsome but of Felt velvet Astrachan and Plush i Adios hats. Como Aud Price them of g. It. Frank. A All ladies misses or child s hats bought of us will be trimmed free of charge of g. It. Frank. A knit goods. Latest novelties. Just re coiled. Of g. La. Frank. A a Beautiful line of Short Dolman and walking jackets in All of Tho latest fabrics at of i. It. Franks. A come and examine our pushes velvets ast radians pattern relies and learn prices of g. B. Frank. A during this week we will Oiler spec jul inducements in All colors of Cashmere. Boucle to Totino. Shoes a Ai Bat roes wave Diagonal and Homespun. Of g. It. Frank. When you Call on us done to fall to look at our opera shawls. Of g. La. Frank. The Man Mills who was injured by falling lumber at the new opera House on saturday is doing Well. A i Elvira schleuning and the Mieses Jones and Mitchell will sing at the Madison Square Church Benefit concert on tuesday evening. A the new orphan Home is ready for the reception of Little orphans and operations will be commenced forthwith a there will he a special meeting of the unique club to it get at no. 2 East Commerce Street and All members Are requested to attend. A or. F. E. Fishers a a net is tilled with happiness in the shape of a Fine boy which was a a caught on sunday night. A the ladies of the hebrew benevolent society will meet in the vestry of Temple Beth Al to Morrow at 4 p. Iii. A sanitary inspectors Galan and Torres have exchanged dudes. Torres now runs the first Ward and Alan does duty in the second. What has the san Pedro club to do with the change ? a a. V. Shiner is Bank again from Lasalle county where he has been engaged in putting 3,000 head of cattle on Shiner Brothers leased ranch in that county. A Jose Gonzales the cubian Barber has returned to our City from Beeville and will open business on his own Hook in a few Days. Look out for his opening. A miss Nettie Thorn Assi n and contractor Julich will be married on wednesday next at the residence of the brides parents on the Salado. A yesterday a mexican Senorita informed the police that her father Mother and brother were riotously drunk and the whole of them were run in by the police. A Herbert Meyer says that be thinks he will be married before Joe Umscheid sets up the port wine he lost Over Charlie Meyers wedding. A miss Lillie Hollingsworth of Austin who delighted our citizens by her excellent Rene Dillon of parthenia in a in Gomar a appeared on saturday evening in san Marcos As a a Stellar and was much applauded. A four Hundred and thirty eight immigrants arrived in Galveston on sat Urdy by the Steamer Weser from Bremen and Many of them Are destined for san Antonio and adjacent cities. A the democratic Union club met last night when the president Oscar Bergstrom and w. A Kingsbury resigned being democratic nominees. Seven new members were elected and All members were urged to attend the Hon. J. D. Sayers address on tuesday night. A applications for membership in the v Andyke Art club May be placed wit i mesdames Hahn Chabot Onderdonk Sam Maverick 1>. N. Bash k. Edwards or the misses Lamb and Sarah Reed. These applications will be presented for voting at the next meeting. A the choir of the first Baptist Church Lias been increased to nine members now and has a very line Tenor in tile acquisition of or. K. A. Oakley Ami a line baritone in or. Humphreys Nanki poo a the Post office Pavilion had its grand opening for the Winter season saturday night and a Large crowd was in attendance. Dancing was tile order of the evening and an enjoyable time was spent. A Ben Mauermann a and Jacob Weber a stores will be set Back three feet to the line of the sidewalk on Commerce Street. Col. Withers does not want to set his building Back but May be induced to do so. Or. Souter no holding ticket no. 28, won a Sola and toilet cover at the last fair Given by Tho ladies of san Fernando society is requested to Call at once and get the same which is at the presidents House 235 Villetta Street. A Harry Baum amp co., makes a handsome display in their show window. The window Tapper attracts an admiring crowd nearly the whole Day. A a marriage License has been issued to Charles l. Creech to Lilly m. Keys. A when you want Fine fresh Beer or Mutton and Tish leave your order with the refrigerator meat company on Houston Street. A a report was current on the streets t his morning that a Painter had been run Over Aud killed on one of our railroads this morning but the Rumor could not be traced to any foundation in fact. A the regular monthly meetings of the fire companies occur to Morrow night. The invitation to Parade with the Brothel Hood of brakeman will be considered. A or. Jules expects to spend two weeks More at mexican Springs leaving Iii a few Days. A Bough jerseys Are becoming popular with the ladies during the present Cool spell. A the political bore is tile follow who meets reporters on the St reel ears on the streets in saloons and even in the churches where reporters do go sometimes Aud asks them a a wed what a the political news a please let up a utile gentlemen and give us breathing space. A Street car tickets for school children Are sold at the same Price Aud under the same conditions As before. A the san Antonio rifles last night accepted the invitation of the riot Herb ooh of hallway brakeman to participate in the grand Street Parade of their convention. They will attend Iii full dress. A county judge Wurzbach received a complaint this morning from the county school at Carmen settlement on the Medina. The complaint was that the trustees had disregarded the wishes of the majority of the population and had removed the school to the Osoyo crossing of the Medina. A or. C. H. Johnson desires Tho licit to say that he declines to serve on the coloured electoral Ward committee because i e does not approve of the Way in which Tho business is being done. Or. Frank m. Kiel Basso who came from Chicago in search of health is now located at 41avenue c a the Alamo Lee factory company ire studying plans for establishing a brewery Here conducted upon the Home Industry principle. A several of our Church choir singers sing at three churches on sunday and at Home churches during the week their services Are All voluntary. Why is Tho Stevens Street lamp like a Wolf because it is out at right we suppose. A the engineers to Survey the property it Tim head of the River supposed to belong to the City have been appointed and will begin their Survey to Morrow on the West Side of the River. Tho society of Surveyor and civil engineers meet this evening at the Vilice of Wall re ii Berger amp Beekman. Or. George h. Kalteyer accompanied by ids wife and children returned last night from new York. A Eugene state cd is Happy this morning he cause his wife presented him with a boy lust night. He Lias two boys already Aud says this makes Quot three of a a the City band members have ordered Fine uniforms and were measured for them lust right. Sun Antonio will now have a Good band of her own As the 8th cavalry lifts. A the Borland combination Are quartered at the Vance House occupying a suite of rooms with the parlor. The Little african Drawf excites general interest. A a family reunion was held at judge de Vine s residence last night. A the Cumberland 1�?~rcabytorian must be a Good match maker. We know of two weddings among members of that congregation soon to transpire. A the director of tile Street Rui Ieuv company held a meeting saturday night. A the annual meeting of the Board of directors of the Arkansas Bass railway is held to mor Row morning. A the annual banquet of the medical Asse Fiat iou takes place on the evening of the 27th. This ass it a nation is not what it used to be some few years ago Aud interest is not taken in its welfare personal. Or. George Pearson has returned Home. Major Leslie Ellis of the British army from Buckinghamshire England is at the menger. Or. And mrs. John Goggan of Galveston Are visiting or. And mrs. Mike Goggan. Or. Dias. Holton of Baird a minstrel show is now in the City arranging for the appearance of the troupe. G. W. Jones the Oakville hotel chief is doing the Alamo Light office a Call. Or. A. M. Barnes the proprietor of Elpaso is visiting friends in the City and paid the Light ant Call. City and gave the genial hotel i a pleas or. Cd Kerps Lias returned after an extensive trip through the North and East. Another wreck. Nobody Many Are killed although maimed. A wreck occurred to the passenger train going West on the Southern Pacific yesterday in which express messenger g. I. Huge or the Wells Fargo company had his shoulder Brocku and a Young named Trumpour who was with him had no Ann broken. A number of emigrants and other passengers on the train were seriously injured. Tile wreck occurred at t amp Hancock 00 Miles East to Elpaso it 2 of clock p. In. The train was moving at regular Speed Aud the engine had safely passed Over a Bridge when it gave away Aud Tho tender express car and Emigrant sleeping car went Down to die Bottom of the Creek the passenger coaches remaining of the track on the East Bank. A telegu it received to Day by manager Nixon of the express company Here says the wreck is being cleared up and municipal meeting. The session was purely a business one. No Quot funny business a very few spectators and lots of work accomplished Mackey a malt and milk. The Council convened at 4 of clock yesterday As usual. All the aldermen except Hambleton were present and the mayors Gavel reposed conveniently near the mayors fist. Its Only use during the session was to Call tile meeting to order. Alderman Mac key. At the opening brought in Ore dozen Tea cups one dozen spoons tin not Silver one dozen saucers and a Pitcher full of milk and a bucket full of Brewer s grains malt. All these wore nicely done up in a big picnic Basket and caused ail the Alder in to gaze in astonishment at the redoubtable gentleman who knocked out Tim waterworks recorder by his Little speech. All the aldermen and two of the reporters partook of tin milk but the City clerk was afraid Tho milk would harm him if not mixed with in antidote More to his liking. The milk Auld Alderman Mackey wus fresh from a cow that ate nothing hut inuit like the Sample lie placed before them in the Little saucers. The malt was sour but Good be said. He sold this milk Aud he wanted to know if it was unhealthy before he sold any More. The minutiae were read and were approved and the mayor then read the petitions communications and memorials that were piled in a Little Heap upon Bis desk. The first was from the waterworks company saying that the main circuit on King William and Mill streets had been completed and wus ready for inspection. This was referred to the chief of the lire department. W. E. Baker petitioned for a meat stall. Market committee. Mrs. M. C. Paschal complained of a nuisance of a Drain pipe from Shook s residence on Soledad Street. Referred to police marshal. Mrs. Thomassin for permission to erect a show ease on col no Cree Street. Granted. De. Steves for building permit. Fire committee. J. Vav. Garza for permission to remove meat stall. Granted. Mrs. E. M. Ste Gull asked for $50 damages to a Chimney that was undermined by recent overflows on third Street. Referred to attorney mud Engineer. City physician Brno unpaged asked for and was granted two weeks leave of absence to go to Mexico. The rough estimate made by the Board of health for furnishing the new City and county Hospital was submitted. Lockwood introduced the following Resolution that Tim City turn the Hospital Over to Tho county in accordance with tile original agreement provided the county will receive City patients at a rate not exceeding 50 cents per Day and give the City the privilege of buying medicines at the dispensary at Cost and provided Furt her that the county will agree not to farm out the patients. The matter was referred to a committee of one Alderman from each Ward to Confer with the mayor and tin county authorities. Mackey stated that the papers had inferred that he was interested in the report of the Board of health about brewery a grains fed to cows he had brought these samples of milk and malt to show that they were healthy. Ile had no interest at stake except that he sold milk and would not sell any More if it w As decided that his feed was unhealthy. The mayor stated that tile Board of health had decided that Brewer s grains were not unhealthy if fed to cows. Belknap said be brought the matter before the Council in order that our citizens should have pure milk not adulterated milk. In the ordinances of every City he knew of except san Antonio there was a Law prohibiting the Sale of milk adulterated with water or any foreign substance and Here lie was told by one gentleman that he had found a live minnow swimming about in the milk. My object is not to make a raid on food but i have seen reports that brewery a Grubius contain 4 per cent of alcohol and that Many diseases Are produced by it not Only in Consumers of Hie milk but in the cattle themselves notably Tho present Scourge of Letiro pc Munnia in Chicago is ascribed to this feed. I can furnish these scientific gentlemen with sufficient data on this subject la they will give me time and i ask that time May be granted me to do this. Further time was grunted him. Rafael Martinez was voted #75 to indemnify him for work during tile Small pox season. Under head of reports of officers the report to the City attorney for september was referred to the finance committee. The engineers report on draining Barrera Street was referred to the aldermen of the fourth Ward. The report of the City Engineer on sidewalks on Avenue 1 was read. All the Gra is were uniform except one Block Between 8th and Lith streets. Lockwood asked that the Grade on this Block be raised to prevent damage to Shade Trees and other property. Referred to Public improvement committee and City Engineer. Monthly reports from the Engineer inspector of weights and measures marshal collector ditch commissioners Park keeper and Jailer were referred to committees. Committee reports were handed in As follows streets and presented a petition from or. Edward Miles complaining of the condition of an Alley called Martinez Street leading from Garden Street to the River and draining that Street. Also a petition from citizens asking that Martinez Street be repaired. The Engineer reported that it would Only require $450 to repair it and this sum was grained and the Street will be repaired petition from s. E. Navarro respecting Grade of his sidewalk on South East Street was filed and goo. Mandry was granted proper lines for his Fence on Austin Street the Engineer to furnish them free of charge. Assessment reported that Sam Mavericks taxes for one year on a Public Square donated to tile City Northeast of the government depot had been remitted. Taxes for 1885 and 1880 were remitted. and Lookwood reported favourably to putting three new lamps on Cameron Street. Adopted. Market reported that tile Market masters report tor August had been found Correct #104 85 wore due on collections filed. Special committee a Mackey reported that the Hazard powder company had Donne d sufficient ground through noir property for the opening of Wyoming Street. New Gallagher that Tho Street commissioner repair Simpson Street. Adopted. By French that the Street commissioner repair the Alazan crossing at Lor Bruno Street. Adopted by Mackay that the Telephone company lie ordered to remove a Polo from the Center of san Marcos Street. Adopted. By Mac key that the Engineer watch the grading on the Northwestern Extension of the Sun Antonio and Arkansas pass read and see that the proper culverts Are put in. Adopted. By Mackey that the wooden water Box at the crossing of san Marcos Street be declared a nuisance and removed. Adopted. By Braye that a committee be appointed to Confer with Tho owner of the property which projects into Acequia Street with a View to 118 Purchase by Tho City. Adopted. By Bel it Nap til at a committee of three to appointed to devise Means for erecting a Furnace for destroying file h. The mayor said the Board of health had the mutter under consideration and would report at is next meeting passed for the present. By French that bidders be requested to present bids for improving san Pedro Avenue and contractors take Nark from the Street North of the Street railway Stubles near the Springs. He thought the Rook was Good for the purpose and would tie cheaper besides assist in cutting out a needed Street. Adopted. By Schreiner that Cameron Street be put in Good condition. Adopted by Gallagher that the Street commissioner gravel West Commerce Street to the inter National t rack. Adopted. By Mcallister that the Street commissioner Grade and gravel Mill Street to the new Bridge. Adopted. Stave moved that the Engineer report whether or not the Lints Are Correct on Mill Street. Adopted. Moa Ulster asked if anything would be done towards putting Down wooden guttering on Avenue d. He asked for the Benefit of the contractor. The mayor said he was authorized to have the Street completed in accordance with the contract As far As the Money would go. The Money was about out. No action was taken and the Council adjourned. Notes. The proceedings have lust All interest to spectators since Alderman Belknap a return and very few were present at the meeting yes Gerdav while the minutes were being read Alderman Belknap was Quot searching the scriptures ordinances for a milk ordinance. He found it not. A Lee water Rieli Ardson was absent of course and Bis place was filled by a very staid and dignified ethiopian. Gallagher looked Over the Market masters report Wyllo the minutes were Road and Mcallister prepared his resolutions. Lockwood took time to show Belknap some Torres a a Deco on the steam roller and no doubt we will hear from this Alderman on thut appointment. Wards woes. Maxeys ga., january 1880.�?for twelve or fourteen years i have been a great sufferer from a terrible form of blood Poison which ran into the secondary and finally it was pronounced a tertiary form. My head face and shoulders became almost a mass of con option and finally Tho disease commenced eating away my Skull Bones. I became so horribly repulsive that for three or ars i absolutely refused to let people see me. I used Large quantities of most noted blood remedies and applied to nearly All physicians near me but my condition continued to grow worse and All said i must surely Dio. My Bones became the seat of excruciating aches and pains Ray nights were passed in misery i was reduced in flesh and strength my kidneys were terribly deranged and life became a Burden to me. I chanced to see an advertisement of b. In in Aud sent $1.00 to we. Bar Chenore so co., Mer chants of our place and they procured one bottle for me. It was used with decided Benefit Aud when eight or ton bottles had been used i was pronounced sound and Well. Hundreds of scars can now lie seen on me looking like a Man who had been burned and then restored. My Case was Well known in this county and for the Benefit of others who May be similarly affected i think it my Doty to give the facts to the Public and to extend my Heartfelt thanks for so valuable a remedy. I have been Well Over twelve months and no return of t he disease has occurred Robert Ward Maxey a ga., january i 88.�?we, the undersigned know or. Robert Ward and take pleasure in saying that the facts above stated by him Are True and that this was one of Tho worst eases of blood Poison we Ever knew in our county Aud that he has been cured by the use of b. B. Ill botanic blood Balm. W. C. By Ken Murk amp co., merchants. A. T. Brightwell. Merchant. J. Ii. Brightwell m d. John t. Hart. W. In Campbell. We Are ready none or. Hoge is not dangerously hurl. He has a wife and several children in Are seriously Hurt by Hurt. I Quot this City. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of blood poisons scr Fula and so Romulous swellings ulcers sores rheumatism kidney complaints Catarrh Etc., can secure by mail free a copy of our 82-Page illustrated Rook of wonders filled with the most wonderful and startling proof Ever before known. Address blood Balm co., Atlanta a. Important notices of live business men be sure and read they Are worthy of your patronage. A Brown and bleached domestics Good qualities 16 Yards for $1 at a. Kan co. A now is the time to have your clothing cleaned or dyed. Geo. Caen the French artist at 410 East Houston Street guarantees first class work. 9-11-lm. Bargains in embroideries at a. Kahn a . A. Kahn amp co. Are dosing out their Oriental laces below Cost. A. Kahn amp co. Are Selling their French and German sateen at 10c and 15c, which Are really wort 20c and 30c. A Large assortment of crinkled seersucker fall styles at a. Kahn a , at 10c and 15c. Ladies Lisle thread Bose All colors at 40c per pair at a. Kahn amp . Engr subscribe for the weekly Light. Only $1 a Wood for Sale. Best Post Oak Wood for Sale at 4.75 per Cord delivered. Send orders to m. Bastian 301, Blum Street. Of liquid bread too cases for Sale at Emanuel Abra hams Corner military Plaza and Trevino Avenue. 0t a healthy beverage. Try a dozen liquid bread for Sale by Kuian Uei Abrahams Corner military Plaza and Trevino Avenue. Fit for Sale. Sixteen colonies of Cypres bees with fixtures. Very cheat. Apply it no. 1175, North Flores Street. 10-2-1 m Haf for everything needed in the lumber line Call on f. J. Beitel at inter National and great Northern depot. In they be afraid. Many of our old citizens who arc used to two foot Rock Walls Are considerably scared at the thin Brick Walls of the new o a a House and Are inclined to regard it As unsafe. They need be under no apprehensions of insecurity Fuu Sueb us such Brick Walls property built and braced Are As secure a if they were twice As thick. Much buildings Are novel Bere but they arc common in the North pm and Eastern cities and in Europe. A a when you want any printing done just Call around to the Light office or ring us up by Telephone. 9-27-tf after months of we introduce to care and labor the Public the grandest and finest Stock of loth i no and furnishing Ever seen in this City. Goods our history is one of Progress our ambition to excels come and note the improvements read the list of season starters open the season with 250 menus and youths All Wool suits Nobby and attractive patterns. They Are a special drive Well Worth $12.50. We want you to see what a grand bargain they Are at $7.50. W e want you to see the line of boys 4 to 13 years old knee pants suits in worked Cheviot and cassimere we Otter from $2.00 up. All the Nobby styles in Norfolk and plaited blouses. You can to match them in the City. Tien o it o x o in 30 in c 30 in it x o $ o t Enen a i it 30 it j z in in z $ n x u o x to it 30 m t o Enen n h h Enen o x in 30 i o in c in o i z in o x u 3 z boys shirt waists All sizes just received. Done to fail to Call and look at our new line of gents White and coloured shirts and underwear. They Are the to nest and very Best selection now in this Market. 0 ult ladies depart ment is brimming Over with a handsome line of the latest novelties in dress goods and trimmings. Magnificent styles of coloured silk Plush Astrachan velvet and velveteen. Our selection of Fine Quot is Superb anti we would be pleased to show you the latest productions in hats bonnets Birds. Feathers a pips and beads Init done to fail to fall on us monday and balance of week. , Frank nos. 31 and 33 Alamo Plaza. Fit ease and com font. Menus Pebble Goat shoos made to order for $2 75. Men s gaiters made to order from $8 75 menus calf boots made to order from $8 of. Repairing while you wait. Menus working shoes made to order from f2 50. Menus shoos pal fooled and heeled from 75c. I ladles shoes half Soled and heeled from 60e. Golden Boot and shoe store s. B. Witchell agent no. 31 Soladad Street san Antonio Texas. Winter goods my hat is out of style. Why of course it is mrs. Hint. Or. Wolfson has just received his fall and Winter styles and shapes in millinery and invites All the ladies to see them before buying elsewhere. A first class Milliner has charge of this Ever increasing department of or. A Volfson a store. Wrap me up papa. There Isnit a lady in san Antonio or sout Iwest Texas who exclaim the above to her husband of she just saw those Beautiful Light wraps and cloaks for full and Winter Wear displayed at l. Wolfsont a. His Jersey department is full of the latest novelties in this line and they will go at the lowest prices. Of warm Bod is comfortable l he indications Point to a pretty cold Winter. Such being the Case the Public would do Well to examine the remarkably Low prices at which or. Wolfson has marked his All Wool blankets quilts and comforts. He has the largest Stock in the state. Of pm Beur in mind that Frank j. Beitel keeps builders hardware and lumber at the International and or at Northern depot 9-Llly wanted. A Good White Barber next to 8effel�?Ts artist shop on Alamo Street opposite Schultz a Saloon. Foot sore people. Hundreds of people in our City Sutler from the Ette cts of bad fitting shoes but whenever you see a lady or gentleman who bought their shoes at Wolfsont a you will find a person not suffering from a misfit. His goods Are the Hest Philadelphia makes and Are guaranteed to fit perfectly. _ of handsome Winter dress. The fall and Winter will show some of the prettiest patterns in dress goods Ever worn. The Light Man noticed some of these patterns and fabrics at or. Wolfsont a and must say they Are very Beautiful. Any lady Reader will do Well to Cali there for their fall and Winter dress goods he Sells below ail Competition. Of kindly note it. We beg to notify our friends and the Public that we have resumed business at the drugstore Comer Houston and Osoyo streets and to solicit their patronage. A l Ull line of pure drugs toilet articles and druggist sundries on hand. Prescriptions a specially til Dowling k flood. Soiled her silk dress Many a lady has bad such an Accident happen but you just see those new patterns and styles in Silks and satins at the silk department of or. Wolf Sony a and you will say they Are very hard to soil. His Winter Silks and satins Are now shown in the latest and Best imported goods. Of Maverick meat Market. Or. Albert Ludwig who has been in the employ of the Houston Street meat Market us their chief meat Cutter will open the above Market on tuesday october 5th, on Avenue a opposite Alamo fire company s no. 2 Hull where be expects to eater to All of Bis friends. Give Albert a Call and you will be satisfied with whatever order you May wish. 10-2-3t dress warm. These norther come on very suddenly and mothers should now be making Good warm undergarments for the Little Folk and themselves. Or. Wolfson desires to to inform the ladles that he has a very Large and select Stock of flannels and other goods for underwear which will a sold at Low Prolee. $50,000 Worth of dry goods notions boots and Sii Obs clothing hats Etc., Etc. To be hold at half their value. As these goods were bought at the great and Well known bankrupt Sale of ticker Bagg amp co., of new York City and in order to introduce our extremely Low prices and bargains we will present you for each and every dollars Worth of goods purchased from us one ticket to our grand and second annual Christmas donations which consist of the following Beautiful and useful presents list of prizes first prize Madame Kapulsky this is a very Fine and Large doll playing the piano. There is no other in America second prize Bebe Brun come and look at Ber. Third prize elegant pair Oil paintings fourth prize one Oil painting the Battle of Trafalgar naval engagement in the India sea. Fifth prize elegant velvet Rug sixth prize. Surprise i cd. I n. W. Comer Mala Plaza and Acequia st., san Antonio Texas
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