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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - September 15, 1886, San Antonio, Texas 3� Ive gaily height. We9nerday�?Tseptember15 86. Tir this Foo Eltary frat Jar and you will have no other. The latest and most unproved Jar now known. No Moje spoiling of fruit perfect preservation of contents. The Only fruit Jar having an air vent to Lead off the foul doors which accumulate in the Jar. Making it impossible for Pri serves to spoil As in the old style jars. Hold at the same prices As the old style Jar. Paul Wagner sole agent. San Antonio Texas. Most delightful summer route to new York direct is by the popular steamers of the Mallory line. Hailing from Galveston every wednesday. Through rates san Antonio to new York first class �?�54.50 second class 31.85. Hates include everything on Steamer. For tickets state rooms and full information Call on or writ to w. J. Young general Southern passenger agent no 12 West Commerce St. Heward will be paid to any one who by chemical analysis or otherwise can prove that the Anheuser Busch a Beer is adulterated or contains any sule stance deleterious to health. Paul Wagner. 7-31-1 in orca Bah Ostrom. T. O. Gray Bergstrom amp Gray undertakers funeral a directors liven stables amp Hacks connected Hacks no. 10,11, 12, 13, 14, 16. Undertakers office 24 Blum Street and stables opposite Manger hotel. Bodies embalmed and shipped All Points in the. Union. Only w bite Hearse the City. Open Day and night. Tel. 180. Carter i Mullaly Transfer line. Livery feed and Sale stables. Undertakers and fun eral directors 42 and 44 Alamo Plaza san Antonio. Texas. Special attention Given to forwarding bodies to All parts of the United states. Phone connection Light. Calls attended tel Day and Hay important notices of live business men be sure and read they Are worthy of your patronage., a the san Antonio Academy a thorough school conducted by Able teachers will open septembers. For circulars address prof. W. Ii. Seeley principal. 8-25-tf a when von arrive at Eagle pass Stop at the Maverick the Only first class hotel in the City. Cool rooms 6 25-3 in the a old Vienna restaurant la removed to no 14 Navarro Street next to the Bridge. J. O. A Klink is still the proprietor. 8-30-1 in 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. A Colton a Bolton Fine sewing machines at half Price. The republicans of the first precinct w ill meet at the City recorders office old Bat eave in san Antonio on wednesday sept. 15th, 1886, at 7 o clock p. Rn., to select delegates to the county convention to be held on the 20th inst. All must come. Important business is to be transacted. J. B. Guillemette 9-10-tf chairman. A Colton a Bolton for carpets and Oil cloth. _ _ Twenty ninth precinct. The republicans of the 29th precinct will meet at the Mission Garden wednesday night sept. 15th, at 8 of clock p. Rn.,to select delegates to the county convention. All republicans earnestly requested to turn out. C. H. Clifford chairman. Sped to artiste. One of the finest establishment that san an tonic if not Texas can boast of is the Art gallery of c. H. Mueller at 206 Commerce Street. Here Oan be had artist s Aud draught Tuen s materials of both Domestic and imported kinds. Engravings chromes Aud paintings Are on hand in an endless variety future frames mouldings and materials fir Fresco and sign painting in Large varieties. China decorations and material for Wax Dowers in a Large assortment. Or. Mueller receives direct from factories Large shipments of paints oils Aud other material in that line As Well As window Glass and Fine Domestic and imported decorative Wall paper Aru specialities in Ais establishment. 12-13-1 y marriage Licensee. Henry g. Hoeke to Emma Friedrich. Ii. A. Maurer to Mary Mayer. Rays of Light. Gathered Here and there by the local reporters. Watch the Date of of Ponpug my new Palace Cigar store 281 West Commerce Street. Something new and useful to every smoker free shall also continue business at present stand Sand 5 West Commerce Street. Thanks to my friends and Public for their Liberal patronage which i Trust to continue to Merit by my a fair and Square Quot dealing reliable goods and living prices. My reputation As a a Cutter a by a my competitors is thankfully extended them for free advertisements Aud i shall in the future As i Liao done in the past give the goods for Lite least Money i icing the Only exclusive tobacconist in san Antonio and no drummers or partners profits to Divide. Respectfully asking a Call to inspect Stock and prions Quot yours to serve a Sim Haut nos. 3 and 5 West Commerce Street. A Colton a Bolton for cheap furniture. A Colton a Bolton for crockery and Glass Ware. A Colton a Bolton for cooking stoves cheap. A Colton a Bolton cheapest store in the City. A when you need any Job printing Call around and get prices at the Light office. A remember that Mavericks bad pays 4 per sent. On deposits. 7-8tf up. J. Sculley As Pooh Bah last eve was above Par. A it is Worth 75 cents to see Rote so to. A the a three Little maids from school did admirably Well last eve. A the Sunset train from the West was again five hours late to Day. A everybody should get a Gavel when they go to the Council room. A or. C. M. Barnes of the times joined the san Pedro club monday night. A the Belknap rifles Are to begin target practice soon. A or. Chris. Stafford was not in a Good humor this morning for some reason. A last performance of the Mikado opera to night. Get your tickets at Sim Harts. 76 cents each. A prof. Schnath painted the performers of the Mikado opera up very artistically last eve. A several ladles who form part of the new fashion theatre company have arrived in the City. A or. Joe Dugosh employee of George Dullnig is confined to his room by a serious complication of diseases. Alderman Mcallister is coming out Strong on the school question. Put him on the school Board. A a use has been discovered for the piles of Rock on main Plaza. Use them to fill up the mud Boles on that Plaza. A or. De. Oakley is a a some in a foot race if testimonials furnished in the rain last night arc Correct. A the Mendelssohn singing society will have a rehearsal to Morrow night at Casino Hall. A the san Antonio rifles will Drill Only one night per week hereafter monday nights. A poker is the favorite game in the City now and has never had Buch a popularity among All classes. A our mayor is the possessor of one of the badges of the san Pedro club and members of the club say he paid $5 for it. A draining the old Laguna near the a three nines would not increase the value of real estate in that locality very greatly. A the three Beautiful daughters of capt. N. Gusset who were expected Here on saturday will arrive by the Arkansas pass delayed train. A trains will he running in a few Days As far As the North Side of the reef at Harbor Island on the Arkansas pass Road. A or. And mrs. Edward Trueheart mourn the loss of their drat born and Justice Crawford wears mourning for his grandson. A school books Are becoming very scarce and Many of our school children cannot be supplied until our booksellers receive another Supply. A the aldermen of our City do not Call each other and the mayor liars. They say they Are simply mistaken. All the aldermen were mistaken yesterday. A Theodore Artzt says he has $100, Money up that there is not a wrestler in the City can throw him a Square fall. This is open to anybody. A a. R. Sullivan the Boss Hoot and shoe Man is knocking the spots out of High prices in his line. He carries the most extensive Stock in the pity. Call and see him. A Alderman French is Correct on the sidewalk question. Let us have decent sidewalks to our Public schools so that teachers and pupils May he kept healthy at least. A Foley Stevens was arrested yesterday for having kidnapped a coloured boy named Alonzo Crow. Foley stands a Good Chance of getting his a a Crown in jail. A mrs. Julia a. Cartwright wife of f. Ii. Cartwright aged 32 years died yesterday at her residence no 231 Sherman Street. The funeral took place at 2 of Olock to Day. The san Antonio club tendered an honorable reception at the club rooms which was set for to night hut As capt. Apache indians Oan Bookstore on a photos of the be bad at Nio Tinggas Commerce Street. Full sets Are Belloc fast and parties desiring them should step up before All Are gone. 915-tf a the Way the City cart question stands now the Rich Fellows who want to own City carts will have to give them to the widows of the City to hire for them and Trust the widows. A Rev. J. J. Maurer the talented Young pastor of the second Baptist Church is soon to become a Benedict if Rumor is Correct and the lady lives in the Blue grass state. A the complaint of the milkmen who live out of town of the Extension of the Pound limits should not be allowed by the committee to whom it was referred. Keep the cows horses and ail Stock out of the City by All Means. A the Council can to for the life of them see How they Oan go Back on the report of those experts who examined the steam roller and its engineers but they know the fault lies somewhere. Lockwood seems bound to unearth the matter. A messes. G. F. Mccullough and e. J. Hewitt railroaders from Idaho and Sedalia mo., Are in the City to Day and May possibly remain until after the big convention. They Are affable Fellows and True boys of the Road. A the committee of the brotherhood of railway brakeman Are on the streets soliciting subscriptions from our citizens generally for funds to defray the expenses of the coming convention. It is to hoped they will not retire empty handed. A republicans done to forget the primaries Are held to night. Be on band to do your duty. A the Trinity m. E. Sociable that was to have been Given at mrs. Van Vleck a residence on Avenue a was postponed owing to inclement weather. A the Temple Bethel choir meets tomorrow thursday evening for rehearsal. A the mayors action at the school Board meeting yesterday was a sensation. A a you re wrong of you think it a no Hod carriers Are required at the opera Bouse building now. A horse is doing that business. A the kissing chorus of the audience in the a a Mikado last night was immense. And Many of the boys wanted to a a sub for Nanki Pooh. Personal. G. R. Patterson a Stockman of Uvalde county is at the Southern. Or. J. E. Hunter has returned Horn his California trip and is accompanied by or. Jim Peeler or. Or. D. Humbird of Hudson Vav is a prominent capitalist interested in the Peoples Gas company is at the Mengor hotel. Messes. H. Melasky s. J. Block a. J. Hey Vav. Ii. Jennings and e. Mereille of Austin Are at the Maverick hotel. They have come to see the indians. Mrs. H. P. Lantz and her daughter mrs. Jerome Harris Are camped on the Beach at Santa Monica. Mrs. J. M. Thompson and her three daughters of Waco have arrived in the City and will locate Here. Mrs. L. Welch of Cuero and miss of Brien of Seguin Are at the Southern hotel. They have come to make purchases. Martin Muench Bas returned from an 8,000-mile trip to California Yellowstone Park and Chicago. Judge w. M. Walton of Austin spent yesterday in the City hut returned to Austin this morning. Messes. R. A. Houston and Alf. Jones of Gonzales and p. B. Butler of Karnes county Are at the Southern they Are talking up a big cattle Trade. Or. Willie Kalteyer one of the handsome Young prescription clerks Kalteyer a son always have behind their counters leaves next monday for Philadelphia where he enters the College of pharmacy to Complete his course of is study. Deaths. September 13.�?infant of Strom aged 8 Days died in Ward. Of Tri Smus. September 16.�?serapia Aguila 33 years died in the first Ward consumption. Louis Berg the fourth the dudes Mellow by. On a aged from dude Lawton was then under telegraphic orders to leave he was compelled to decline the Honor. A aldermen French and Schreiner should look to the construction of Good sidewalks on North Flores Street also. They Are needed by the school children As badly As on Marshall Street. A the ice Cream supper intended to have been Given by the ladies of the first Baptist Church next thursday night at no. 238 Commerce Street is postponed until thursday the 23d inst. A or. B. F. Willis said the mayor cursed and raved like a mad Man when he handed him that communication. Well he ased his prerogative in that too did no the a prof. It. G. Guerrero has been reinstated by the school Board As Spanish teacher of the High school the school Board having completely exonerated Bim. Red. Steveso Little Cannon will be used by the san Pedro club to tire salutes for their Celebration at fests Garden. A we understand from a member of the soliciting committee that the subscription for the smelting works must be made up at once or the works will go to Laredo. The olt Zens of that place being on deck with their offer. Our moneyed men should Home to the Rescue at once. A yesterday and to Day have been very unfavourable tor the work of the soliciting committee. Those who take interest enough la this work to give please Send your subscriptions to one or the other of the places mentioned by the committee in saturdays Light. A there is More interest taken by our citizens in the proceedings of the pity Council now than Ever before and spectators Fulli the lobby of the Council chamber now at every regular and special meeting and seem to enjoy it too. A policeman Sentei flew off the handle in recorders court this morning and called Frank Money one of the defendants a liar it is understood charges will be brought against Helel for using insulting language in court. I advertisement Ramon Guerrera. His fitness for Public school teacher by Bona fide citizens. School Board. Tile mayor called a special session of Tho school Board yesterday afternoon at which to told them that the charges he had heard against or. Guerrero were unfounded As he had Learned on investigation by the marshal and asked the Board to appoint him a Spanish teacher at the High school. On motion of Gallagher the reappointment was unanimously endorsed. Editor san Antonio Light the foregoing appears in the san Antonio daily express of the 14th inst. The verdict of the one Man Power As to unfounded charges against the gentleman ? the gods May forgive the title was found to be non est. Now let me have my Little say regarding this a much abused gentleman ?. Ramon Guerrera even the name Saks of War came to this City about three or four years ago with recommendations As a sleight of hand performer and was employed by w. Ii. Simms at the old vaudeville where he gave exhibitions for about two weeks in bus Art ? at that time he could not speak a word of English. Right Here Oomes the enquiry is a Man who performed Juggler in a variety theatre Alit Man to teach children ? after his engagement at the old vaudeville he gradually got into the practice of teaching music to inexperienced and unsophisticated youth. About two months ago a gentleman newly married at that time boarded a Street car to take in the performance at the Mission Garden the car being full the car Driver asked some gentlemen a mistake Ramon Guerrera was one of them to vacate or make room for one or More ladies this same Ramon remarked not thinking that some one else understood Spanish a i paid Ray fare As Well a that the Young wife who by the Way is a master of the language got indignant but was quieted by the husband but the same gentleman hunted up the sleight of band performer music teacher a professor of Spanish in our High school and gave him a thrashing befitting his remarks and in consequence he carried a Black Eye for some time afterwards. The question Here represents itself a Are our children Cattie a Are they to receive knowledge of jugglers and mount Ebanks who instead of instilling politeness As a Maxim allow even a dog them in politeness Are they to be a factors in the education of our forthcoming and now up growing generation i leave it to an intelligent and Well informed Public to judge. C. Baumberger Juan e. Barrera c. A. Bihl j. H. Hernandez. In ate near the Springs a Little Hung lie was Mellow so Mellow quite Mellow he waited for Dudline and love songs he Sung so Mellow Aye Mellow quite Mellow. He Sung and he sighed then vainly he cried a ooh Home Here my Dudine ill not be the fair one she heard him afar and replied a a you re Mellow so Mellow too her answer so cruel quite broke the dude up he was Mellow so Mellow too Mellow. So he went to the Plaza on Holle to us being Mellow so Mellow quite me Low. It happened a hair from off some doggies coat got into the Chile and stuck in his Throat and As he expired he still Sang the sad note a a in a Mellow so Mellow too the dudes lot was sad yet such is my Oase. Pm Mellow so Mellow quite Mellow. That i will meet death in just the same place so Mellow Aye Mellow quite Mellow. If you will not love me i thither will Hie by Chile so Myrtlo i surely shall die though you know you re the cause done to say with a sigh he a Mellow so Mellow too Mellow. _ la. It. Another wedding. A wedding will take place to night at satisfactory evidence. J. W. Graham wholesale druggist of Austin Texas writes Quot i have been handling or. We. Hams kor the lungs for the past year and have found it the most scalable medicines i have Ever had in my House for cough colds and even consumption always giving entire satisfaction. Please Send me another _ a reply to Quot coloured men on account of the inclement weather last sunday night there was not any service at the coloured Church near the Santa Rosa Hospital. But we did have prayer meeting two or three nights during last week. If singing praying and preaching by coloured people is considered a nuisance we Are certainly guilty and shall be until we die. Our neighbors in the Hospital May not sing and Pray As loud As we do but they de a great Deal More of it for they sing and Pray every hour in the Day and a part of the night too and then ring their Bell every half hour besides. There is but one White family living near the Church All the rest Are coloured and nearly All or them Are members of the Church. We have never heard of and complaint except from the Hospital. But we will bring the subject before our people and beseech them to have Charity for the sick and not to Bear false witness against their neighbors. Member a. M. E. Church. Another View of it. It is said the Cal. Brannon attempted assassination some weeks ago has exploded. Some of the blood on the brushes was Analysed by two chemists of the City and it was pronounced by them to be calf a blood. The blood was supposed to have been from one of Brannon Sassas sins said to be wounded and carried off by Bis companions. Where the Man was supposed to have been struck blood was scattered in every direction. A Man when hit would not bleed so much in stantly nor would the blood scatter so much. The affair from this standpoint it is understood is being investigated. Justice Adams court. The Case of William Frodermann Baker against William Zizelmann for balance of wages due $11.15, was tried and judgment rendered in favor of plaintiff for $5. The balance due after allowing by defendant. Real estate Transfer. J. N. Henry and wife to c. B. Wilson a parcel of land on the Medina River in Bexar county being one undivided sixth interest in the Junius Brownrigg portion of the j. M. Becerra Survey Patent no. 277. Price $100. Nancy j. Ersary formerly Brownrigg of Burnett county to c. B. Wilson interest in the Junius Brownrigg portion of the j. M. Becerra Survey Patent 277. Price $300. A independen Oia. No at Turner Hall. The Mikado of Japan visits the City his reception. Sullivan s opera a the Mikado a was presented at Turner Hall last night to a Jig Bouse which was filled by the elite of society in spite of the rain which began falling Early in the evening. The opera was put on the boards Well and professors Schramm and Schnath deserve great Praise for its effective execution taking into consideration the fact that the members Are All amateurs and this is their first appearance before the Public. The costumes were very picturesque and Many of them very Rich in material. The costuming was after the artistic Eye of prof. Schnaith. The singing of miss Truax As a Yum Yura a was melodious and her acting was very Well done. She has a Sweet voice of considerable Power. Humphries As a in Audi poo a Sang a Tenor part with great Success for a baritone and acquitted himself Well even going through the most excruciating part of the love scenes to the great Satin motion of the audience and evident pleasure to himself. His lines were spoken with a Little too much sameness but this can be overlooked when it is known that Bis part was hastily assumed with Little rehearsing. Miss Lottie bitter As one the a three Little maids a Sung Well particularly in the song a a he a going to marry y urn miss Marie Hernandez Aska Tisha was not As ugly As she ought to have been but she help this. Her singing and voting was Good. The make up of or. Rote As a lord High executioner brought Down the House in a storm of applause. His comical ties were laughable and helped to cover the defect of Bis not having Learned his lines Well. The role of a poo Bah a assumed by or. Scully could not have been beaten As to make up and general rendition of it. Scull a a dignified Way in a taking an insult was very laughable. Married and Happy. Miss Mary Mayer one of our most popular Young ladies whose name Bas often been connected with charitable enterprises and Church work in this City was married this morning at 7 of clock at the residence of her Mother on Acequia Street to or. G. A. Maurer formerly of san Antonio but now of Gonzales where he is engaged As an ice manufacturer. The wedding was a quiet one Only the family being present and immediately the Happy couple took the Sunset train for Gonzales where a month of the honeymoon will be spent. Another wedding of Peculiar happiness took place last night at 9 of clock at no. 12 Crockett Street the residence of or. Friederich the Happy couple being or. Henry g. Hoeke and miss Emma Friederich. A Large number of guests were present and a great Many valuable gifts to the Bride were received. Or. And mrs. Hoeke will begin housekeeping immediately in a pretty cottage on Braje Street recently purchased by the Groom. Or. Alex Pape a handsome clerk of the United states quartermasters department has returned from san Angelo and brings his Bride with him a handsome Little woman. We extend an invitation to the ladies of san Antonio and surrounding country to our hotel arrivals. Southern judge w m Walton. Austin w h Cawon Sweet water or a v Hearty and wife la gaits m g Steinan Dallas of do Pipit Graytown Jerome Harris la Grande j h Hollis Burton Jackson Tenn it a Houston and a h Jones Gonzales p la Butler Helena mrs l Welch Cuero miss of Brian Seguin g r Hatterson Uvalde j Harris Memphis Thomas cat fall to Middleville c Carnel san Antonio j e kill cards Sanderson j f Burns Devine w w Halcombe preside Ike t Pryor Austin c l Gage fort Davis s a Thompson fort Davis. Menger w Petty wife and children Henderson Tex l minor a Aurich Galveston t w Latham Cornelius Stillman Brownsville m Harwood Gonzales h c Chambers new York j s Dunlay Jno. H Repsdorph Houston mrs. J l Pickens and child Columbus Jas. Brown Ohio Jay e Hunter san Francisco a Wallstab and wife St. Louis h h Peel Pearsall Adolph Stierer Gonzales. District court. September 14, 2675. Dismissed by plaintiff. Soss. T. J. Devine is. Seabaugh and Sullivan. Judgment by default. 2678. John a. Fraser is. A. Y. Allen it Al. Judgment by default. 264u. Maggie j. Clarke is. Frank Lotka Tal. Judgment by agreement. 3650. Of Connor amp Sullivan is. Stanfel amp Vogel. Judgment for plaintiff. 2702. G. B. Bothwell is. Charles Downie. Judgment by default. 2657. W. Cd. Miginty is. Oscar Crawford. Judgment for plaintiff. 2643. J. M. Emerson is. Tom Harrison. Judgment for plaintiff. 2647. J. P. Earl cashier is. Narcisso Leal judgment for plaintiff. 2634. I. A a. Oppo Choimer is. L. Pidget. Judgment for plaintiff. 2663. Sail Antonio Gas company is. Givan a Fincham. Judgment for plaintiff. 2685. Scott amp co. Is. J. Ii. Belohradsky amp co. Judgment for defendants. 2883. I. Amp a. Oppenheimer is. J. C. Evans it a1. Judgment for plaintiff. The criminal docket was set for october 18th. September 15, 2707. Julie Borondy is. Jacob Gull. Mum for plaintiff. 2684. John Pegg is. John ment for defendant. 2701. William g. Erps is. Helen Mai Bauin it a1. Judgment for plaintiff. 2710. Reba g. Prelates. Louis 8. Prelat. Judgment for plaintiff. 058. Judah Burton is. G. H. And 8. A. R. R. Set for october. Judg Twohig. Judg Liott the Haie pm Hie residence of or. Eili couple being or Bee Shiner of the Shiner Brothers and miss Ida daughter of or. Elliott. The affair will he As quietly conducted As possible. Recorders court. J. M. Sin got drunk and became disorderly at the Washington Saloon. He was fined $5. Frank Money Henry Umscheid and Adolph Barleman were charged with being disorderly by blowing a police not prove in do whistle. Officer Helel you his charges and the Boya were dismissed. They Are going to make it merry for Seftel now. Minnie Schneider and Louisa Behrens two German girls were charged with having indulged in a Little feminine a cussing Matoba but both were dismissed. Levy Cohen who loves to be a Crank was charged with being disorderly and trying to beat his Mother in Law and pester his wife. He was fined $6. Joe Foerster was found in his Wagon dead drunk. Hts horses were wandering aral West of around at will in the Cha pal the Alazan Creek. Fined $5. Coiler using insulting language dismissed. John Andreola for leaving his team alone was fined $5. The team ran away yesterday West of the san Pedro Creek. The beginning of the great fiestas at the Springs and fests Garden. The san Pedro club held its last meeting be fore the festival last night at pier Ronnie a Hall and final arrangements were made for the Celebration. It was decided to begin the Celebration at 3 30 of clock by the firing of a Salute of to Guus on Washington Square where the procession of various societies will form and after this the chief marshal Senor Dpi fault Montez and his assistants. 20 in dumber headed by eight special policemen will Lead the procession Down san Saba Street thence East v to Alamo Plaza South to Alamo Street and through Alamo Street to Commerce Street. Down Commerce Street and across main Plaza the procession will proceed to fests Garden where the exercises will be opened by capt. John Crawford with a speech. After this speaker Hon. John Copeland goo. Paschal and Edward Dwyer have promised to deliver addresses the Celebration will continue three Days with dancing music feasting Aud fireworks to divert the people. The Mutualist Celebration will Start from military Plaza to night at 8 o clock and will proceed to the san Pedro Park in carriages and on foot. A grand torchlight procession of 282 torches will escort the member of the society and their guests to the Springs where the Celebration old be inaugurated with speaking after which dancing will be indulged in. Grand preparations have been made at the Springs to receive the merry makers and a Good time is Antici paid. A an interesting query is put How Oan girls boy Cott anything. A or. Weathers with Twenty years pro time makes the treatment of acute and of Tronio diseases a spec laity. Particular attention Given to diseases of children. His remedies Are Safe and pleasant. He la a thorough physician with Ore a it is second to none. Visit with prescription. One mile from his residence 227 Elmira Street one Dollar Telephone 118. 8-11-tf who buy a five room House with two galleries outhouses and larg lot House bran new and doely finished waterworks la House a number of it Iii fruit and Shade Trees a centrally located terms�?$1500 Cash balance in 12 Mouths. Address t. La. Johnson Light office. 9-2-11 fall goods with the following As specialities curtains scrimp Noeln Baui lace and Madras cloth ladies cloth in All colors. A Fine line of i bleached Aud Brown rom 5c. Up. Towels and napkins a Fine lot just in. Flannels red White Blue and Gray. Jersey flannels and Felt. A very handsome line of plaid Casimere flannels latest designs. Table covers and damask a new lot just received. Come and see our new importations of and other novelties. Our sacrifice Sale of summer goods will go on until All Are disposed of. G. B. Franke 31 and 33 Alamo Plaza san Antonio Texas fit ease and Comfort. Menus Pebble Goat shoes made to order for $2 75. Menus gaiters Mado to order from $3 75 men a calf boots made to order from $8-j00. Repairing while you Walt. Menus working shoes made to order from $2 60. Menus shoes half Soled and heeled from 75c. Ladies shoes half Soled and heeled from 60c. Golden Boot and shoe store s. B. Witchell no. 31 Soladad Street Agene san Antonio Texas. F. 8immang. A. Hampel oysters fish and game. Riverside cafe restaurants scholz�?T8 Hall Corner of and at. Commerce and Losoya streets. Lunch and meals at All hours. It Ite waiters in it to Iuda Noa i business Sparks. I hair Bear in mind that Frank j. Seitei keeps builders hardware and lumber at the International and or at Northern depot. 9-11-Ly a if you want to buy or sell any kind of Stook or real estate go to Chavez Street. 1-2-tf everything served in first Claey style 7-28-6m announcements Justice of the peace precinct no. I. The Light is authorized to announce Chaa. Barnes As a candidate for the office of Justice of the peace precinct no. I of Bexar county at the ensuing election. M Morin a Mateu South Flores they will Deal squarely. Chavez Morin a 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 Stockl-9-tf Call at mrs. Royals Coffee Brand in the main Market Market Street. American and Spanish dishes the Hest in the Market. Hot and cold lunches prepared for those travelling by the cars. Hours from.3 to 8 a. In. _ 8-4-1 in. For Sale a bargain to immediate buyer a four room House with out houses Fine Vinyard Orchard Etc. Irrigable lot 92 feet front by 84 varas deep. For Sale on account of owner leaving the City. Part Cash balance on Long time. For parties Lars inquire or premises no. 41 South Street fourth Ward. For Constable precinct no. I. We Are authorized to Anu ounce As candidate Rafael r. Martinez for the office of Constable for precinct no. I at the election in november who solicits the support of All citizens. The Light is authorized to announce or. John a. Ferris As a candidate tor the office of Constable for precinct no. I at Tho ensuing election in november. For tax collector. We Are authorized to announce j. 8. Ramsay tvs a candidate for tax collector of Bexar county at the ensuing november election for county assessor. A new partnership. The old and reliable establishment of d. Heye has assumed Tho new name of d. Hove is go. Tho business to Long conducted by or d. Heye As a Saddler harness and Carriage trimming establishment at 17 West Commerce Street has unfurled now sails under the name As mentioned by the feet that h. Bohn a Nephew of or. Heye becomes a full fledged partner in the established business. The Light bespeaks an increasing and Well deserved Prosperity to the firm. 9-14-3t the orphans Homb. The ladies hold an interesting meeting in the Maverick hotel Parlours. The ladies interested in the new orphans Home met in the Parlours of the Maverick hotel this morning Aud in response to their invitation the revs. Neill Low Cuthal Pombier Preston Giddings and Gibbs were present. At the request of the president mrs. Gen. Stanley Rev. Or. Nollol occupied Tho chair and Kallod upon or. Lowenthall for an address. The rabbi who was Well received said a i have come Here in response to Tho invitation of your Secretary asking me to induce the cooperation of my Church in this movement Aud i am sorry to say that i do not see How i can ask the co operation of my Church just now. Three years ago we raised 128,000 for russian emigration and we have since raised $22,000 for our orphan Asylum in new Orleans. This in consideration with the Many heavy Calls made upon our people Means a very Strong tax. As you know most of these collections fall upon a few members truly interested in the cause the others standing Aloor until they want assistance Aud then they Are the Hist to Call for it. I approve of a our work and will co operate with you to Tho nil extent but i really done to see How Tho Church can sustain these constant drains. Temple both Al now requires necessary repairs to the extent of from $12,000 to $15,000. And our orphan Asylum at new Orleans has to be sustained from members due and Voluz tary contributions. In face of these things i could not petition nay Roro i you id not urge our members to Brave because Public worship and Church arc Paramount. Our Churchi needs first attention still i have no doubt that our people will now As they have done in the past do All they can to Aid in your Good work. After considerable discussion it was resolved that the meeting should adjourn until Munday next when it should meet again in the Parlours of the Maverick hotel. Then definite action will assuredly be taken Aud it is hoped that All interested Iii the work will be present. Markets by Telegraph i expressly reported for the Light by . Palmer so co., 21 Soledad Street Liverpool sept. 16, 12 15 p. �?cotton�? Large business and advancing prices. Middling 5 3-16d Orleans. 6id. Sales 18,006 Bales spec. Aud sex. 3000bales. Receipts 3000 Bales All american. New York sept. 16.�? Cotton a futures opened firm and 3 Points higher september 1.16469.18 october 9 19�9.20e november december 9.2<&9.25u january 9.31 3 9.32. New York sept. 15, 12 14 p. barely steady september 9.17 asked october 9.16f&9.17o november 9.180 9.200 december 9.219 22c january 9.2h&9.290. Hales 42,900 Bales. New you a sept. 16, 1 26 p. Northwestern i Ivy Delaware Aud Lackawanna. 13211 St. Paul 9714. Chicago sept. 16.�?wheat�?october delivery very Active and entire list lower. Prices at 12 30 p. In wheat 76o. Corn 40c. Pork 10.90. Lard 6 p7v4 powder absolutely pure i. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesome Ness. More economical than the Ordinary kinds and can not be so d in Competition with the multitudes of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders. Sold Only in Loans. Royal Bakin powder company 100 Wall York to the voters of Bexar county i hereby announce myself As a candidate for the position of assessor of Bexar county at the november election. J. K. Labatt. The Light is authorized to announce John c. Crawford As a candidate for assessor of Bexar county at the november election. Tub Light is authorized to announce capt. I. M. Pooh As a candidate for re election to the office of assessor of Bexar county at the november election. For sheriff. We Are authorized to announce thus p. Mccall As a candidate for sheriff of Bexar county at the ensuing november election. We Are authorized to announce Nat Lewis As a candidate for the office of sheriff of Bexar county at the election in november. For county commissioner. We Are authorized to Auno unwed Henry fest As a candidate for county commissioner of precinct no. I at the november election. We Are authorized to Auto Noe Henry l. Dignowity As a candidate for county commissioner precinct no. 3, at the ensuing november election. For county Surveyor. We Are authorized to Anu ounce w. M. Locke As a candidate for re election to the office of county Surveyor at the november election. For county treasurer. We Are authorized to announce or. By. Froboese As a candidate for re Eloctio to the office of county treasurer of Bexar county at the november election. For county clerk. The Light is authorized to announce thao. W. Smith As a candidate for re election to the of Fiou of county clerk. To the voters of Bexar county. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for re election to the office of District attorney for the thirty seventh judicial District. Georgic Paschal. Call for Republican county convention. To the republicans of Bexar county by order of the county executive committee Tho chairman of Tho several products Are hereby requested to hold primary meetings in their respective precincts on wednesday the 15th inst., to bold delegates to a convention to lie held at Turner Hall in this City on the 20th inst., at to of clock a in. This convention is called to take into consideration Aud decide the of ours of the party in the matter of electing county officials. Re to basis of representation will to decided by the convention. J. Ii. Bolton chairman. C. Runge Secretary. 9-11-tf a Gallagher a let her go yesterday at the school Board meeting. For District clerk. The Light is authorized to annoy of or. George it. Dashiell As a candidate for reelection to the office of District clerk of Bexar county. For Sale. Two buggies nearly As Good As new Oan be bought at a bargain Call at the of order of live Oak and Burnet streets. 8-23-tf Emil Guenther architect be Dor. Go mine Roe a Alamo Ste. Wolff 4b Mara Sam Antonio Tex. Plans specifications and All information desired by those contemplating to build furnished. 2-27-Ly the causes which underlie an ill temper Are manifold among them dyspepsia the Bauhof humanity stands pre eminent Aud Many individuals possessed of a smooth cheerful temperament when attacked by this monster become 111 natured and churlish but by using Ackers dyspepsia tablets this May be averted. And even cured. The manufacturers guarantee them to cure dyspepsia Punsti Patio sour stomach Aud Hoart Ourn. Price 26 emits per Box. Ragland is co., agents san Antonio Texas. A
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