San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 110, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 27, 1886 Page: 2 of 4
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THURSDAY MAY 27 1880.
KNICHTS OF OFFICE.
Whatever may be salil concerning the
Knlgbtt of Labor tbelr secret workings
their principles their political or non-
polltlcal tendencies their practical
knownotlilnglsm or what not the coun-
try U not left In the ilark concerning
that other order or whoso political ten-
dencies there can be no question. We
refer to the Knlghtaof Olllce That en-
tirely too niinieroua and very much to
he condemned clasa who were born In
the chamber of olUclal expectancy bap-
tized In the waters oroltlclaldlsijulettidu
grew up In nn atmosphere or olUclal
miasma and will no doubt die with h
strong odor of olUclal corruption linger-
ing around their defunct carcaacs. Such
men awarm all over this country aa the
locusts awaiuied over Kgypt In
the days of the ancient and amiable
Joseph. They devour everything In the
way of olllce aa did those locusts every
green thing In the valley of the Nile.
They cat sleep breathe talk and drink
olllce particularly the drink. They
aspire to serve the country or the state
or the city or tbo school district; for
pay Ifthey can get It for the Hake of the
olllce Ifthey cannot. These men are the
plagues of political life the pests ot con-
ventions the terror of the tliulil voter
and tho pariahs of a free franchise.
Their highest ambition Is to drnw the
milk of dally sustenance through the
nipple of olllce. To such fellows the
state Is an ever welcome nurse particu-
larly If she comes provided with
n bottle. They call themselves
politicians for pay statesmen for
a stipend when they get elected
to legislatures. They should be
shunned as a pestilence avoided as a
pest ostracised as civil political and
social lepers. Society will only be safe
from Intrusion and the state from mis-
rule when these man are relegated to a
bleseed obscurity In the limbo of cranks.
Texaa haa moro of these men In her bor-
ders ilian Is healthy for the common-
wealth. Men who make of olllce a trade
and of the franchise merchandise where-
by they may get gain. No ordinary
methods of repression will avail to rid
the body politic of such leeches. They
must be sat down upon; sat down upon
o hard that an abi.lute oollapse will
follow; a collapse without possibility of
any subsequent Inflation. These men
are safe only when they are dead. The
only reports In which they figure to ad-
Tantage are the mortuary reports.
Tim K. of I. assembly In Cleveland Is
cutting out work for legislation In.the
committee room. Master Workman
I'owderly'a opening address counseled
calmness and the exercise of a wise
judgment In their deliberations.
The musical sntertalnment to be
given at Turner ball to-morrowevenlng
for the benefit of the Confederate home
should receive the hearty support of
every one without regard to religious or
political creed aex or race. It la a work
which appeals to the hearta of all on the
broadest human grounds. Its tinaelllsh
eflort should receive an unselfish re-
sponse. San Antonio people can afford
a few hundred dollars for this good work
without suffering any severe financial
embarrassment. The programme pre-
sented will be a choice one the entertain-
ment well worth the price of admission
and the philanthropic work aided such
aa ahould commend It t. a universal pat-
ronage. FniNCK weakened and humiliated by
get f ellete monaroby can not get rid
of her monarchical metbodi In dealing
with the descendanla of monarcha. The
bill for the expulalon of the Orleans
princes has In efiect been adopted by
the cabinet and will be submitted to the
deputies. France owes It to her repub-
licanism to rejeot auoh a measure and
treating her princes aa ether citizens
deal with them ai cltlzena guilty of aa
Infraction of law when they dlaturb Ilia
peace) of the natloi.
Tuic house of representatives amused
Itself yesterday In trying out the fat In
the oleomargarine bill. Henderson ol
Ion a waa dramallo and emphatic de-
claring that If the weat could not have
the legislation wanled on some uialtfcra
vital to her lnterestTshewould bo to
war for them. This bill Is a sectional
measure and will hardly paa congress.
Its oblect Is to raise the price of dairy
products l'uro oleomargarine Is In-
finitely preferable as an arllcle of food to
rancld"iiml Impure butter. All that the
dairymen have a right to demand Is that
the artlale be placed upon the market
properly labeled and slauipcd. Those
who prefer good oleomargarine at the
same price that Is charged for unwhole-
some ' butler should not bo taxed fur
their preference to put money In (lie
pockets of n class.
No iiuciicai. conclusions v ere reached
In the United States senate yesterday.
The bankruptcy bill came up and wni
laid aside for the bill taking railroad
grant lands which was In turn laid
aside for the Chinese emigration bill
which was In turn laid aside for ad-
journment. Tim uasavory prominence given tothe
name of state superintendent of educa-
tion Maker In the Kula l'hllllps murder
trial now In progress In Austin should
warn the political stable-keepers who are
grooming the candidates for that olllce
to look well to the pedigree of their
entries before bringing them Into the
focussed light of an electioneering cam-
paign. An arrangement fjr tho examination
of public school children In the illy
Schools haa been made which will dis-
miss the lower grade classes on and lifter
June 1 aa rapidly aa they can be reached
leaving the higher grades to be exam-
J'iik name of Jamca U. Illalne Inspires
as much terror In the Democratic breast
as that of Itlchard cour de Leon w a
wont to make In tho followers of his de-
geuersted brother John. Illalne Is th?
greatest American politician of
his day and In all high places
has sunk the politician In Hie
slatesmiin. Ills name inado the sjno-
nym of all disgraceful things by the
false tongucd oressofhls political rivals
has been used to scare the democratic
bolters Into the ranks as the Saracen
women used the name of Itlchard to
scare their babies. This Is not to be
wondered at. If any one man In Ike
United States has met the democracy In
their chosen stronghold challenged all
their opposition and hostility Hung tho
gageof battle In their teeth and then
completely routed them In the face of
the whole nation that man Is Jitiues (1.
Illalne whose great heart Is ns true to
America and all American Ideas anil
policies as Is the needle to the pole.
James CI. Illalne of Maine la n man
whom the nation haa never honored
without conferring dignity upon Itself
at home nnd abroad. Ills one crime In
the eyea of republicans lms been that he
would not bow to the high behesla of
the Utlca a'sthetlc and dared to resent
tho Insolence of New York's ambrosial
senator. Illsono crime In theejes f
the democracy Is that he Is not a demo-
rat nor even a mugwump.
Tiik Dally Optl") of Austin seems to
have a mission; that mlnslon ;to tackle
the Hwnln boom when) It was batched
and befoul. If possible the neit In which
It waa reared. Journals that originate
In no higher atmospheres generally die
of the pertlfierous odors engendered by
Ihelr own presence.
Si'Kakimi of the possibility of the Far-
mers' Alliance taking a hand In electing
the next state legislature not a few of
the journals of this state rise to remark:
"Bless your souls honey we are will-
ing to place our destinies In your hands."
It Is astonishing how unanimously the
nverage politician with an olllce In his
yc pronounces th farming community
tne foundation and superstructure the
bone and sinew the stay and hope of
the nation so long aa only their vote Is
required; but let those same farmers
dare to meet In convention to name
their choice for eRIce-holders and legis-
lators and their net Is a threat to the
great wooden god of the demooracy
from whose temple service these ring
politicians receive their dally bread and
Now that the l'hllllps murder trial Is
on It may be that the author or the
Swain dispatch will ke unearthed.
The attempt of hot-headed Americans
and Irish-Americans to Involve this
country and Great Britain In a war as
the result of the fisheries trouble Is des-
tined to Ignominious failure. This gov-
ernment will not be misguided by any
such rash counsels and those who at-
tempt to filibuster against Canada under
Amerloan colors had better be In other
business. The experiment will not be a
healthy one. It could at best only dis-
gust English statefraen strengthen the
cause of the t.rles encourage the Ulster
loyalists and p.stpone the day of Ire-
land's release from oppressive rule.
Jakiine will noon have company In his
penitentiary home. Ilia New Vcrk col-
leaguea will join the procession some of
these days and the empire city once
more enjoy the luxury of having cleared
ber municipal aklrta from all suspicion
of harboring publlo plunderers.
It uay be put down as an accepted
fact that Harney Qlbbs Intends to make
the congressional race this fall. Whether
he wins or not Is another question.
Cmnuw Dii.ee expresses himself most
strongly on home rule matters and saya
that the Farnellltes are not opposed to
the consideration or amendments to Mr.
Oladatone'a measure. The Farnellltes
are Mly convinced of the honesty and
ability of the great premier and will fol-
low bla lead even should he withdraw
his bill for the present.
The l'hllllps murdor trial at Austin
grows Intensely dramatic. The attempt
of the defence to Implicate George Mc-
Cutcben a witness for the ttate was a
failure and re-acted against them.
Smith county oat crop Is suffering for
rain; other crops ditto.
Austin decorates graves on Sunday
the regular decoration day.
l.nredowool Is selling In large lota at
from I I to in cente per pound.
Lack of rain la killing crops In North-
ern Texas so say late reports.
Senator Jlandolph of Madison county
asks of his constituents a renominatloii
Marshal Jackinan of San Marcos Is
slightly better though still n very sick
Galveston's new city dlnctury hasjust
been Ismed. It Is a neat to) page vol-
ume. Ilelllc tho little daughter of Dr. Vim-
dell orseguln died yesterday or scarlet
Hank Kxamlner Klncannon l unking
the rounds Of tho national banks In
Hon. Travis Henderson agonizes for
the honors of state seiialorshlp next
I. lent. Cnutrell of tho Canadian
mounted police who captured Itlrl Is
In Kl I'aso.
Deiilson decides CO to ! to take the
directory other schools out of the hands
of the council.
Tho new Walker hotel at Santa Anna
ojenctl last evening with n hop; 113
Cleburne publlo library opens this
week. The books have arrlvei and aro
Wichita Falls wool buyers are offering
1(1 to 18 rents but large quantities are
held for higher prices.
Tyler has organized n branch associa-
tion or tho Voting lien's Christian asso-
ciation numbering 40.
Et I'aso has had another shooting
fracas and a big plate mirror has been
sulu r Into bhliilng shards
Walt Strong recovered $!HKX) from J.
T. Illiilrln a suit nt law In the federal
court nt Tjlcr Wednesday.
Hallway Conductor John Wood of VA
I'aso lust f -2m last night by the burn-
ing of his aaloou und dance hall.
About 10000 head or cattle have been
Inspected on tho Texas and Colorado
trail by the Inspector of Taylor county.
"lliakskln Hill." un Itinerant medi-
cal qiiuck was treated to n doso of over
ripe hen fruit on Jesterdaynt I.ongvlew.
Captain Mllllkeu' or Thorp Springs a
retired steamboat captain aged'Oyears
nas run over anil fatally Injured jcater-
day. The military of Dallas will assume
charge of all the military display of the
Dallas State Fair nnd Exposition asso-
ciation. A train load of rat cattle was shipped
from Kyle this week to bo followed by
two more train loads next week. All go
Houston Light Guards have deolded
not to dccldo on going to Lampasas
until Galveston decides about her Inter-
Forth Worth has appointed Its com-
mittees to take charge of the forthcom-
ing decennial celebrntlon oHhe first rail-
road that entered tho town.
Two runaway Waco boys aged 12 and
18 years mounted on n dun horse und a
brown pony lire wanled by tho sheriff.
Din lads names lire Dennett and Andre iv
Johnson lounly wool tiuers by prev-
ious arrangement brought their wool to
Cleburne this week where they were
met by buyers and large quantities
Johnson county cattlo ure allllcted
with contagious disease having some-
what (he appearance of hydrophobia
and large numbers of them havu died;
rain Is needed.
Two gravel trains collided yesterday
threo miles south of Corsicaiiu; 1:1 cars
were ditched. An cngluo hacking don n
toward tbo wreck ran over n .cow and
was nlso ditched.
The gentlemen implicated by Mrs.
Tobln In her testimony as having un-
due relation with Mrs. l'hllllps alt deny
the charge. Superintendent linker fays
ho did not even know the woman by
Josle Illesholzer a H-ycsr old girl
was fatally burned nt Fort Worth jes-
terday evening by a kerosene can ex-
plosion which tired the home consum-
ing It with all the contents. Lots 5-30UO.
The newly elected directors of Hood
' amp nre: Dr. Frank ltalney A J Jer-
nlgnn Isaao Stein. II. K. Shelley Felix
ll. Smith S. H. Harden W. C. Walsh
Win. Nenl Itamcy Fred. Carlelon and
.foe II. Stewart or Austin; Ciipt. M. II.
Loyd of Fort Worth; Gen. George W.
Kuss Col. Geo. W. llrackenrldgeorSan
Antonio; Gen Adam 11. Johnson of
llurnet and Capt. Sam S. Ashe of Hous-
ton. lly n decision of the United Slates
Circuit Court rendered at Galveston yes-
terday between the Southern Develop-
ment company nnd tho Houston and
Texas Central railway company ad-
verse to the Devcl . incut compaiy the
railway receivership was vaoated and
new receivers appointed; James ltln-
toul nnd Nelson S. Eaton or New York
and Charles Dillingham or New Or-
leans. The decision floors tbo fiontlng
debt creditors nnd establishes the claims
of the bondholders.
J. K. riTZUKIUI.ll.
I herewith respectfully announce my-
self as a candlcMte for the office ef Street
Commissioner and pledge myself If
elected to perform the duties of the or-
lice satisfactorily nnd to the best Inter-
ests ol the tax-payers or San Antonio
Texas. Klectlon Saturday Mny2fl18S8.
J K. FiTziiKnAU).
K. C. IIKY.NOI.1I1.
I herewith announce mysell u candi-
date for the olllce of street commis-
sioner at tho eloction to bo held May
29th. I have had long experience In
street building and grading and can
promise entire satisfaction If elected.
E. C. KEY.Nni.ns.
I herewith respectfully announce my-
self as a candidate for the olllce or Street
Commissioner at the election to be held
May 2!)th and solicit the votes or my
many rrlends. John Cavanauoii.
W W. CAMI'HELL.
The I.ionr Is authorized to announce
W. W. Campbell at a candidate for
Street Commissioner nt the election
May 29. He haa been In the Engineer's
olllce for tbo past eight years and feels
confident of being able to fill the posi-
tion with credit to the citizens and tax-
payers. 6-18-1 1
I herewith respectfully announce my-
self as a candidate for the olllce or street
commissioner nt the election to be held
on May 29 and solicit the votes or my
many friends I'etkh Ki.iiiii.
An Enterprising Reliable Houss.
A. Ilrcles can always txi rclli-U iiKin. not nnlr
to curry In stock the best ofoutnllilnk hut to
secure the .Airtmcy for such articles ha luito
well-known inorlt und uro impulur with the
people thereby sustulnlnir tho reputation or
lu'lnjr ulwuys cntorprlsliur audoer reliable.
I luvlnir smireM tho AReney tor tho uelebrtitctl
llr. Kliiu-'s Now Dlsoovory Tor Consumption
will Bell It on a positive (ruaruuteo. It will
surely euro orery airectlou or Throut I.unirs
terKor everything needed In the lum-
ber line call on F. J Holtel. at Inter-
national and Great Northern depot ly
A Crest Blood Medlclns.
liosadalls cures .Scrofula Swellings
Goitre Skin Diseases Liver Complaint
ltheiitnatlsm etc. Head the following!
"I have been a great snflerer for IB
years: not ablo to walk from nn Injured
leg. Have tried many M. D.'t and thalr
remedies to Utile purpose. 1 believe
Husadalls will euro me. Send me one
dozen by steamer. It was recommended
to me by n friend. I havo taken two
bottles nnd find It helping me. The
druggists who usually keep It nre out of
It and I cannot nlloril to wait the slow
arrival of their supplies.
Lake Ircna Florida.
John T. llr.r.K"
Supt. Hoard of I'ubllo Instruction.
Udlcs lk licnil Nn preparation ever ills
covered has been so tucccasml u. Jlorley's
T-v-n Tonic CorillHl. Iho irrrnt system renova-
tor. In the curoof all iIItiisc tn which the
women or this t-llmatn are subject such a.
nenkness debility melancholy whites rnlllinr
of the wimili and every Torm of ncnous pro
trntton. only try nno Voillo unit yon will bo
i ntlrely sutl.lliit or I tin truth or our assert Ion.
rorsiiloby F. Kaltcyir.Vftm.
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Only Resort of Pleasure in the
Clty'bf San Antonio.
Concert dally from lo MM p. in.
A variety of untiise moots for jnuim ami old.
ttefieslimeiits of all kinds. Plenty of shade.
A llrst cluss rest an runt Is ntlnehed fo the es-
taWMimeiit. 4 I.VSin F. KKItlll.K l'roprl.tor.
SIMM FEST'S GARDEN
1 he publlo und st rntig f rs Invited. 4-9 fim
Iteopectrully nunuunees ttt liUiimnv friends In
Hit n Antnnln ami the travelim; puhlfe. Hint lie
litti opened tit tlm above pretnlsefl a ntat-cliiii
retnurnnt. IHMie fened tn order In iiny
Parties Picnics and Balls Provided For.
Pollto nnd nllentlio waiters In'nlteuiluiiec.
Notico to Tax-Payers
Hon on Monday Iho llth day of Juno A. II.
it in tho valuation nlHccd
iiihmi tlielr proHTtles me lieriby untitled to
life Ihelr nehiiaiitloiis Ik'Toiv nil. I Imanl us
illneliit by Ian on or us soon us posvlblo alter
. Antonio thlsu'lthdnyor May. A. II.
!tihl. IW1. THAU. 'V. UMII II
1 r 1 Co Cl'k lleiar County 'lev.
niTictc o. ii di:vim: III ll.DINU.
I'm ivH.ndfliec Sulk-tli.l
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
11 ti rmTtlmrnr Iho sineklmldern thereof ll
callitl for Juno-' Iknj nt thooMeo of the com
puuv In Snu Antonio for thupmpou of an-
1 hnrlrlnjr the ecetit ion of it uiortjrittro or t rust
deed upon the H'A) ejjflit hundred and slity.
the mile of rail win nuthorlzed by iimcnd
tut nt to our Chatter tiled March I'M. lNt. to bo-
eureau Isatie of ten million dollar In forty
Neumann & Icke
whnlcKiilu and retail dealers In
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
flood dclhered promptly to tiny part of tho
tYr All noAk la u trial to convince the pun-
He that no sell Roods ut rock'boitom pi lorn
und trlvu them the IhbL Articles.
COR.E.COM MERCE AND LIVE OAK STS.
Telephone No. IT7. ItMlin
Plain and Ornamental Plasterers
Only 1'ructlenl Cement nnd Ptucco WorkerB
In thu elty. I'JaMer Hkiijf Cltra Nelio Term
Cotta I'extins nnd Keen's Cement. Miinufno
Patont Stone Mantels.
Ilepahlnir Ih nil ltnlmiuclics promptly done.
AU ork Kuurautocd.
Of FICES-336 E Commerce nd 115 St. Mary' St.
ALAMO IRON 1 ORKSl
Iron nnd llrass Casting. Church and Klre Hells
Ulil und Mill
Made and Repaired on Short
MiilMIiu; and Flro llrlck constantly on hand.
Old Vienna Restaurant
207 W. Commerce St.
In now opened and replete with every! liliiff.
MK.W.S Xi ClINTH. HHTial Hales to weekly
and monthly tonrders. A-lMy
AIIOVK TIIK CITY UUKWKKV
On the river. Lager Deer nnd Cool Bummer
Drliikn. CONCTllT and DANCR every Sun-
day Flylntr Horses lor thu young. Kasy
access by way of Grayson street lleautlful
shade. Cull and seo mo.
4-srV3m JOHN 8UI1UII Proprietor.
TIIKIIIIAl.TIII'HI AND NtrrltlTIOUSoa
the Ktrenirtli (rtvlntr
George H. Kaltoycr
SAN ANTONIO - - TKXAS
San Anionio Tex. July 1. WW.
I purchased In this elty a paekiuro of I'rof
Hors ford's gelf-Italslnfr Hruil Preparation
and submitted It to a chemical examination
and rind that the ainn is composed of pure
and non-poisonous chemical'
Tho tdcu of Prf. Iloisford was Indeed a
If rand one In supplanting the IndlireBtlhU tar
tarate of soda which Is always the end result
of all linking Powders composed of Cream of
Tartar and Soda by tho soluble phosphate of
lime nnd soda thu wry nutritive rnluo of
bread nnd tho bouoproduclng elements of
It Is certainly tho lcst und most healthy
bread-raising prepurutton ever offered to tho
public nnd every mother that lias tho health
of her children at heart should use no other
1 can only Join lu tho endorsement given by
the Into celebrated chemist Pror Ilaroit V
Lleblg tn this preparation in saying) "I con-
sider this Invention usono oftho most useful
gifts which science has mado to mankind.'
For Sale by all Grooers Try It.
Infirmary Remedies &c.
EYE! EM! NOSE!
t and quickest relief and'euro at the
HAN AN TON It
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Cor of Houston and St. Mary's Sts.
Which Is tho most thoroughly titled up of
any Institution or tho kind In tho Stalo.
In Tonus slnco 1140 1 In Ban Antonio slnc-olMI
Auction and Commission
Merchants Ileal Kstate Agents and
Ilavoamplo storo room and wlllstoro con
stg-nuicuts or sell them at prlvato sale or at
auctlou at No. 7 West Itoustou street Comal
Feather work on cards
from Morelia and the City
of Mexico. Aztec and In-
dian Pottery and figures
of all kinds from Guadala-
jara. Onyx Jewelry from
Puebla Filigree Jewelry
in Gold and Silver from
Guanajuato and the City
Miniature Birds on
blocks from Aguas Cali-
entes and Morelia.
Horn Goods from San
Zarapas Mexican and
A. C. GILBERT
4 East Houston St. Next to Bridge
GUSTAY PELTZER'S SALOON
Cor lUrrern aud Alamo Hta.t 8u Antonio.
fteer on draught. Lunch and refreshments
(Ii Ward Howling C!
i hete. Call and reo n
4-ltslm QUSTAV PELTZEIt Proprietor
Yeramendi Garden and Bar!
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
HOT milLUKCH ritoia 10 TO 11 M.
KIO.DAMKXM J) CO
SPRING and SUMMER
The Grand Opening
AT . .
in tii n--
DRESS GOODS DEPAM'T
Spril ail Sum Sis!
In plain stripes Hurrahs. Trleontlnes Ponireej
Irish Poplins and Satins In all gnu ten both
Plain ami Surra ti.
Nun's Velllnir llatlstes Tam'so Huntings
etc Ptaplo and tinniest to floods.
Grenadines and Lawns
111 Striped and l'l.ilu Checkered andl'luln.
IN THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
All tho Latest Styles and Patterns for Bprlnir
and summer Wear can Ira seen and Mill ho
trimmed to suit the most fastidious taste.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Is the finest ami larircslor anything' ever seen
In West Texas embracing all thu Latest Pat-
terns and St) les.
I do not give goods away but will sell at such low
figures purchasers will not go any further when they
once price my goods. A call is cordially solicited.
Main Plazi and Acequia Street Sin Antonio Tex.
STAFF EL & KUHL
Goneral Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides
Airents Tor Weir Sulky Plow Steel Hldlnir and Walkluir Cultivators Com and Cotton
Planters Ileerlntr Mowers Reapers Hinders and Ilarrcstlnir Machines.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARtfO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
J H. HARQUART
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSI2.
OentH'Calf Hoots from (1 upward; Ilnya I loot a ofatll denerlptlonn; Hoys Shoes cutf and
IKKH'Et. bent In tho market; price fVOO. Cot
I thu celebrate)
r7-Uniers for any tyieg or Hoot
general satisfaction guaranteed.
MISSOURiLAOFiCJY SYS1 EM
INTERNATIONAUNK R. DIVISION.
SOLID TI3 AI1TS
With All Mo lorn Improvement Through 1! etwee u
Galveston and St. Louis I San Antonio & St. Louis
Without Ch ttifrttof Clrs of any Description and Only Ono Cluiniro to
Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Washing-
ton Philadelphia New York Boston '
And Other Principal Cities In the
NORTH AMD EAST.
Pr Train leaelnir San Antonio at 0:.U) a. ui. tils Pillluun Motol Car via Donlsou through
to ."1. Louis rfrraln IcinWiurdiu Antonhiat lull p. m. has Pullman Palaco Hleoplnir Car
via liunlsoii through to Kansas City conuojtlnir at Ilcnlson with Through sleeper bi ut
Iuls. rsypiwsoiorors hmftod to aud from all points In KUIHIPK via tho 7AMBK1L'AN" 3
H. Lino hetween I'llll.Al'lII.I'IIIA nnd LIVMItlMIIIL and tbo "ItRU STAlf 8 H. Lino bo
tween NIIW VOltK PlIILAllItLPHIA and ANTWKltP. tor full lnrormutlon call on
"J. S. MaeNAMARA.
Ticket Ancnt 283 Comraerco Street Ka
H. P. HUGHES.
1 !A.. Houston Tex.
SAN ANTONIO k ARANSAS PASS RAILWAY.
Until further notice our trains will run as follows Dally oxoept Sunday
Lea vk Sin Antonio 8:30 x m
Akkivk at TKrius 4:00 r. w
LeIavk rmrus 10:00 a. h.
Auiuvk n t San Antonio 0:00 r. u.
Connect at San Antonio with Mlsuourt Vaeiflo and Southern I'ucltlo Uallways: at Flores
villa with Ktao Unoa tor Sutherland tipringd l'leaounton and lavernla: at Kenedy for
Helena; at l'Uui with Stago lAnon for HeovUlu Oakvlllo illneral City and all points south
U. LOTT B. F. YOAKUM
I'rildnt and General Manager Truffle Manager.
RICE & DALLAS
(Lato with ltlcc Horn & Co. Now Orleans La.)
DROP IW AND SEE US
Bui Id lnJ Material of all kinds shapes or Hies. A targe assortmont of Ornamenta
Goods always in stock. We keen oonstautly on hand Uro quantities of tho never yet sur-
passed J HalSOh'S Barb and Pence Wire. wo aro suoocssfu oorapetlton In price
androodi Como and be convinced.
SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT SAN ANT0N10 TEXAS
In Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods
lloenlilblts Iho Larircst Stock ever tiniuirlit to
NAINSOOK AND MULL
In both White and Colored.
Is tho largest In San Antonio delected fror
Iho liest factories.
Ash Hod room Suits. Wardrobes Chairs Ilodr
Itrusscls and Ingrain Carpels Hugs Mat
ting Curtains Window Shades. Kto. Conn
try ciders tilled promptly and satisfaction
guaranteed dend for samples.
nit-to stoek at
Ut bo appreciated.
carry all klndi or
aoklnir. lorironttt' ttl
to too pom ii ror
111 bo proinplly o ecu ted
A nloo fit and
W. F. SIMMONS
l llulldlnir. Ticket Aiient I. i O. N. Depot.
B. W. MCCULLOUQH.
O. P. & T. A. tlallas. Tuias'
Stoves Tinware House Famishing Goods.
POLH AGENTS KOIt
Cotton Plant Stovos and Ranges
Tho BEST on Earth
New York Kuainul Paint Company's Mlxod Palu
Host lu tho market. Lanru lino of lleatlntr
Htuvos at Low Prloes.
33 & 35 WE8T OOMMUUOE STREET.
WHEN YOU AHE IN TOWN.
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