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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - October 14, 1891, San Antonio, Texas She ga�8 sight. Wednesday october 14, 1891. Menger hotel. A. D. Kampmann h. W. Browder proprietor. Clerk. The leading hotel in the South West. Alamo Plaza san Antonio having been thoroughly overhauled and renovated throughout is now the largest and most Complete hotel in the billiard and bar rooms attached. Hot and coid Baths. Large Sample rooms for Cornin Lal men. Patronage of the travelling dub dec solid Tey. City local news. A Fred. Kerble Cincinnati Avenue rooms for rent Bexar apartmen4 building Houston Street. 5-26-lm a stove pipe add elbows 16c, 408 e. Houston St., i. Goldmans. 10-7 in a or. Von Koehring. 229 Garden Street tel. 476. 6-15-1 in a skating evening and night at Riverside Park. 9-30-lm a i am closing out my whole Stock of Moline Aud Orchard City wagons at Jess that Cost come and see me before you go elsewhere. In a. Heusinger. A Barilla great blood purifier. A try Sarulla 50 cents. A or. 8. M. Applewhite has moved his office from cohns to Paul metes nerds drug score 222 8. Flores Street. Office Telephone 200 residence 511. In a examine our Stock when you want a vehicle. We Are the largest dealers in the South and make close prices. Staacke Bros., 37 and 39 Commerce Street. 9 2ti a commencing july 10th cars to West end will run till 12 of clock at night. 7 8tf a it you want to buy a Fine but Ray at a bargain Call and see the one on consignment at m. Pm gotta a. 6 19 t a mrs. C. Morel French dressmaker 42 North Street one Block from Alamo Street. 9 55 in a elegantly furnished rooms at 32 North Street. Table Board a specially. 9-15 in a Texas Stock saddles with English seats at Theo. Steubing a 407 w. Com. St. 8-31-4m. A a. Heusinger Sells the Deering mowers one horse $40, two horse $50. In a the handsomest line of Wall papers and the lowest prices m. Berwick Alamo Street. 6 18 of a for the Best cooking stove and ranges go to a. Heusinger. In a finest whips sponges Chamois Etc., at Steubing a 407 w. Commerce Street. 8-31-4m. A new harness whips Etc., Cameron a. A Carter amp Mullaly undertakers 263 West Commerce the Best of attention and reasonable prices. 8 la of a for prescriptions and pure drugs go to Koch a drug store successor to Blair. Ira. A the remains of Frank Iii Crowder were shipped to Brownwood yesterday for burial. A judge Noonan yesterday adjourned court out of respect to the memory of the late or. Twohig. A Vav. 8. Williams and Katie Williams were yesterday afternoon married by judge Mcallister in his office. A the polish Young menus Union will have a grand Ball next saturday night. A the lunacy examination in the county court for yesterday has again been postponed. A the biggest closing out Sale of boots and shoes of the season at no. I main Plaza Elmendorf sold stand. Entire Stock sacrificed. Sullivan shoe co. 9 26 of a children a shoes from 50c up. Ladies oxfords from 75c up. Ladies Button shoes from $1.00 up and All others in proportion at Sulila Van shoe cons store no i. Main Plaza Corner Commerce Street. Of a Given away to every purchaser of $1.00 Worth of Mccall s Bazar patterns a Large illustrated Book a the Bazar Jour Nal a at misses Kirchner a 235 w. Commerce St. 9-18-j an 1-92 a a. Heusinger Sells the Rook is land chilled and steel plows Eli sullies cultivators stalk cutters Etc. \ in a one application of a a always there lubricant on your Carriage Axle is sufficient for from 200 to 700 Miles driving. Try it. 9 2tf Staacke Bros. A Bear in mind that Frank j. Bolted keeps builders hardware and lumber at the International and great Northern depot of a buggy tops made and mended Cameron a. A go see Holland the Tea Man. A for Good family safety Oil and the Best gasoline ring up 543, Mission Oil co. Oils measured from our tank Wagon at your door. 8 8 of a or. S. Burg late physician Imperial Hospital of Vienna. Office and residence 244 North Street. Telephone 122. 20 6m a Bear in mind that Frank j. Betta keeps builders hardware and Lumbert at the International and great North Era depot. A we have a Large Stock of second hand Square pianos All in Good order some nearly new that we will Trade for City lots. Thos. Goggan amp Bro. Of West end. Fine wines cigars Beer and refreshments. 8 3 6m a get your Hay and other horse feed seed Oats wheat Etc., from ii. J. Graham amp co., 206 Soledad Street. Cheap for Cash. 10-2-lm a buy a copy of the lights illustrated Germau Day edition Only ten cents. A Many a a fool to live in grief when he can get Complete Relief and feel As Happy As a Clam drinking Bell of Nelson by the dram. I or Sale at the Acme 222 e. Houston boot8 8boss at no i i main Plaza Elmendorf old stand must a closed out Between now and january so a have made great reductions in prices. It Sullivan shoe co. Kimii 5?n ,8key> a now and then is relished by the Best of men. I t smoother the wrinkles out of care and makes Ace High look like two pair. I ror9aleat the Acme 222 e. Houston Street. A boy driest Post Oak stove Wood from Carr Wood co., where you gee your Money a Worth. Try a Load. Tel. 8 7 6m. A Send your orders to the old reliable Sunset Wood Yard. Prompt de-11very, Good measure. Best dry Wood. Telephones. 8 1 6m a Bear in mind that Frank j. Beitel keeps builders hardware and lumber at the International Aud great Northern depot. Of a carpenters tools at lowest prices at i. Goldmans. To 7 in a i. Goldman a hardware store is at 408 e. Houston St. And done to you for get it. To in a bargains in stoves hardware tinware Etc. At i. Goldmans. 10-7 in a patronize the a Leader of Low prices in ice the Reliance ice factory. A for bargains in handmade liar Ness go to Theo. Ste Uhing a. 8-31-4m. A or. A. Diaz mexican physician office san Pedro drug store. Tel. 269. Consultation to poor people free. In lost two Irish setter pups. Liberal Reward paid if returned to 10-12-3t Johnson Bros. Printing co. Quot shard Oil beater on exhibition at h. Schultzer a 9 West Commerce Street. To 13 in a grand Oil Heaters $4.50 to $12.00 at h. Schultzer a 9 West Commerce Street. To is in a for Coal vases Coal hods Aud fire grates go to h. Schultzer a 9 West Commerce Street. To 13 in a miss Willie Scott Art teacher and decorative painting 402 East Houston St., up stairs room 9. In a have your Coffee ground by Eleo Texas Tea and Coffee co., 233 Vej. Houston St. Tel. 578. To 13 in. A a Gen. Lew Wallace author of a Eben Hurt and a a fair god a and who was formerly governor of new Mexico and governor a. P. Hover of Indiana Are expected to pass through this City the first week in november with a distinguished party in route to Mexico. A the san Antonio foot Ball dub will have a match game Between themselves next sunday. A there were splendid Street car accommodations going to and coming from the Springs last night. The return cars were superintended by president Weiss personally Aud they moved. A miss Ada Lemmon and or w h. Cornett will be married oct. 20tli at Madison Square Church. A the Casino association will have a dance next saturday night. A or. John Copeland and a Busi Ness College student whose name could not be Learned had a fisticuffs on Alamo Street yesterday afternoon. Some Fine sparring was done on both sides and hours were easy. The policeman on the beat of course did not interfere. He was not there. A Cap i. W. C. Slight has purchased a $5 foot Ball which he presents to the Winner in a match game with the san Antonio foot Ball club. This club has a standing Challenge to try for it. A j a rav. A. H. P. Mccurdy of Cuero will occupy the pulpit at West Minster presbyterian Church tonight at prayer meeting. A John l. Weaver of Val verde county has filed an Indian claim for $3,145damages with the government agents Here. A the commercial Exchange will Send a Delegate to the Omaha trans Massif Sippl convention. Secretary Bowen will be the Delegate. A the Houston Street theatre Stock company Are playing this week in Uvalde. A the menger hotel is being re painted inside. A a the san Antonio base Ball association will meet tonight at the mis bion athletic club rooms on Osoyo Street for important business."7a. M,?et.in� of the Mission athletic foot Ball club will be held on Friday night. J a sneak thieves worked several residences on South Laredo Street monday night. A Lodge of Hermann sons have meeting tomorrow night. A there will be a birthday Celebration at the residence of miss Mary Hernandez on Soledad Street to night. A the late John d. Patton had $18 too insurance on his life. Of this sum $16,000 was placed in favor of his two children and $2,000 in favor of his wife. A the Street car track on military Plaza is torn up. A wanted Good experienced Ger a Ian Good reference required. R. J. Hofheinz. 10 14 2t a a speak thief entered the premises of Emli Oppermann on South la redo Street monday night but failed to secure anything. A a Young Man at the Springs last night toil in one of the ditches but was rescued from drowning by or. E. G. Cervantes who is a Fine swimmer. A Francis 8mitb has filed sequestration suit in judge Kings court against Walter Scott and w. A. Jones has sued j. A. Price Aud others in judge Noonan a court to perpetuate Testi Busy Mony. A justices of the peace were with civil business today. A the funeral of the late major Watles took place yesterday afternoon and was Well attended. A a brother of county collector Jose Cassiano is in the City from Mexico on a visit. A at the next Turners meeting several applications for membership will be acted upon. A work on the abutments of the Crockett Street Bridge has been commenced. American wine. Splendid Sherry now made in Arizona Good american Champagne. From the Washington Post. The extent to which the vineyards of Europe have been devastated by the phylloxera and various diseases of the Vine is Little known in this country but it is really so great that the wine Industry is in danger of being completely paralysed. In France and Italy three fourths of the vineyards have been wholly destroyed by the phylloxera within five years Aud the remaining fourth Are rapidly yielding to the plague. Five years ago Spain produced six times the amount of grapes that was harvested there last year and the same thing is True of Germany. The worst thing about the ills that beset the Vine in those countries is that they Are irremediable. A sorts of protect Yective measures against the phylloxera have been adopted and they have either been without result or Only partial and temporary in their effect. The fact is the Vin lauds of Europe where wine Bas been produced continuously for a thousand years Are for the most part worn out Aud what is needed for successful Vine cultivation is a change of soil and locality. This is shown by the fact that european vines which have been giving poorer results year by year flourish marvellously when transferred to California Essec tally if grafted upon some sturdy native Vine. Accordingly those in a position to know Are confident that before Long the United states will Lead the world in the production of the grape and that the old world will have to rely almost entirely on this production for its sup ply of first class wines. For two years past great quantities of red and White still wines Nave been shipped from this country to Europe and it is predicted that it will not be Many years before the american champagnes will be equal to the Best products of France. In California alone there Are 45,000 acres planted in vines and last year there were produced from this acreage 87,-000,00 Gallons of if Cine valued at $24,000,000, and giving employment to 100,000 men. Better sherries it is said Are produced in Arizona than in the famous Xeres wine District of Spain Aud the Best port known in this country is made from grapes grown in new Mexico. For Many years great quantities of Catawba wine has been very successfully produced at Kelley a Island and Tho other islands of the archipelago near the Western end of Lake Erie and in almost All the Middle and Southern states wines of different varieties have been made without difficulty on a Small Soale. A these states have special adaptations for particular varieties of the Vine and the experience of California indicates that the varying of their agriculture by the introduction of this special culture would be attended with prosperous results. The failure of the winegrowers of Europe should prove the Opportunity of the wine growers of America and As a great demand will certainly imply Good prices it should stimulate production to such an extent that it need not All be confined to California. Carpets Batties Ard rugs Haas amp Oppenheimer. Make another intense stride toward Popula immense attractions this week. Grand fall opening of carpet depot. Fall styles in carpets and rings arriving every Day. We Are now in position to show the grandest Stock Ever brought to this country at the lowest possible prices. Those who contemplate hons furnishing can save Money by giving us a Call. We Are showing immense lines in Mcgettes Wilto Axminster body Brussels tapestries three plys supers Cotton Chain Aud hemp. Office and Liall matting in Napier Malabar and Cocoa. Linoleum and Oil cloths in All grades and widths. 350 pieces China Straw matting White and coloured 41 styles. Room rugs All sizes in chinese Ramie Smyrna velvets j body bru88oll, Brazen Tiue and Art squares. A Complete assortment of Small Mats and rugs. Window shades curtains poles and fixtures. Curtain department. We Are now closing out several lines of Nottingham lace curtains received before the new Tariff went into effect these Are Raou fact Eisz goods and at the prices asked for them. We now Whize on show. I new arrivals of the latest styles in curtains consisting of Tam boors Brussells Renaissance Cluney arabian and Casabana. A 1 Quot Quot Quot Quot i a -. Alamo trunk factory no. 223 a a m p Laza o a l no. 223 a m Plaza trunks travelling bags satchels straps travelling cases pocket books Etc. Bay your goods from manufacturers Aud save retailers profits h. . Csc co. J. S. Thornton. W. B. Wright Thornton Wright amp co., Bankers san Antonio Texas. Accounts of batiks transacted. Cor. Houston and Navarro its. Bankers Maud Iudici duals solicited. General banking business granted. The divorce cult of Agnes James Terry against Edward w. Terry filed in judge Noonan a court october 2. Was granted the plaintiff yesterday. The grounds on which the application was made was failure on the part of defendant to support plaintiff. Plaintiff s Maiden name was miss Agnes James and she is quite wealthy having been a shining social Star prior to entering into matrimonial life. Her husband is a real estate agent Here. The wrestlers. Chas. Howard and Al Jack wrestled at the Washington theatre last night before a Large audience. Howard agreed to throw Jack once in fifteen minutes but failed and lost the match. Most of the work was done on the floor and Jack was chewing gum through the whole match. He let Howard take Nelsons and stranglers As often As he pleased but they could not be worked on account of the great strength which Jack has in his Ruck. He would break the holds and then Lay Down again. Some neat pivoting was done by both men. The Worth of your Money. Go to Piggott s and get the Worth of your Money in wagons or carriages. Horse shoeing and painting a specially. Cor. F Iston and Soledad streets. 8 3 3m Thos. B. Wren wholesale and retail dealer in hardware. Agricultural implements tinware tl3 amp a italian Day. Close of the successful Celebration of Columbus Day. The dose of the italian Celebration was made in a burst of glory of coloured fire at the Springs last night. Crowds greater than the Springs has seen for Many a Long Day attended. In the afternoon owing to the regular speakers Hon. Oscar Bergstrom and col. J. H. Mcleary disappointing the committee no speeches were Given. The music furnished selections and the various Booths were Well patronized. At night the grand Ball in the upper Pavilion was reserved for the italian Colony and their guests and the grand polonaise was led by mayor Callaghan. Various prominent City and county officials were seen in the dance. The fireworks without undue Praise were among the finest Ever seen in this City. There was not a baulk or failure in any part. Various pictures were exhibited in fire one Italy and America with Columbus the Central figure. Another was a perfect representation of the City Hall which was received with cheers from the looking thousands. Other pictures of greek crosses roses diamonds squares Etc., followed. The Celebration this year was the Best Ever Given by the italian Colony and does to All the arrangement committees great credit. During the two Days at the san Pedro Park the Best of order prevailed and no arrests were made. Notice. Having made extensive improvements in my Wall paper department i am now fully prepared to execute All orders for flue paper hanging and Interior decorating with promptness and satisfaction. C. H. Mueller 10-8-7t 217 Houston St. A new phase in lion training. Col. Boone the Champion lion Tamer and Trainer has made a new departure in the Mode and manner of training Aud exhibiting Lions. The old fashioned lion Tamer in the Cage was Able to keep his Lions under control because they were afraid of him and they lumped Over whips Aud through rings because these obstructions wore put in their Way and they were compelled to go through the performance. Col. Boones plan has been to get at their intelligence and educate them. This is not an easy task. A lion has but Little brain the colonels idea was that of he could accomplish this he could perform them in the circus ring freed from All restraint. He has succeeded and is the Only Man in the world today who can perform with Lions free and unshackled in a circus ring. Amphitheatre or anywhere else. All who visit the Adam Forepaugh shows which Are to exhibit at san Antonio. On monday october 19th, will have an Opportunity of witnessing col. Boones novel and thrilling performance with five liberated Lions in the Arena. These ferocious brutes will be seen in the steel encircled enclosure Riding tricycles playing see saw dancing posturing forming lofty pyramids harnessed to chariots and racing and other equally novel and wonderful exhibitions of Tonine sagacity. The colonel will be assisted in his remarkable exhibition by miss Millie car Carlotta and the marvellously trained German Hunting dog. Tho present is col. Boones first season in this country and persons who have seen his performance with these Forest Kings All unite in pronouncing it the most remarkable and startling exhibition of wild beast training Ever presented to the Public. A a for Sale or Trade cheap. Good four seated Hack will Exchange for Wagon. San Antonio Wood Yard near s. A. Amp a. P. Depot. Telephone 372. _ ____10-6-tf at bargain. A Fine Columbus Phaeton buggy new Only in use a Short time can be had at bargain. Call Aud see it at m. Pigotti St Corner of Houston and Soledad Street. Special bargain. 500 acres on Medina River Short distance from san Antonio improved All can be cultivated Tine soil never failing water apply to 8-6 fit John t. H Mil ton amp co

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