San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 110, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 27, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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THURSDAY MAY 27 1880.
IIAIMIOAII TIMi: TAIII.R.
N.wTlal. Card In r.nct January I MS8
lilfl N. Itatlroad.
r'or;st. Louis via Mo. Vac roulo.
From fit. Imls Missouri Paclno.
i tit. I.uls I
Prom HtXntta via Missouri Pti
Through Ktprca Bast Dally.
Leave for.Now Orleans Hon too and Oalveo
Arrive from the Kast.
Arrive liom New Orleans Houston and Oal
veston 7.23 p. tl
for Ban Fraooiaio HI Paso and Bath
TJli p. i
Arrl.ofroro Man Francisco Kl Paso and Kni-le
Until furl her notice our trains M run
Ilftlly (except Sunday) us follows:
Lcavo San Antonio B IK) a. in.
Arrive at l'etuis t ll p. in.
Learo Putin 10.UIH. in.
Arrlvo at San Anionic turn p. in.
Connect at San Antonio with tho Mls.otlri
Pnclflo anil Houlhern Paclllo Usilwflys: at
Floresvllln wllli atairo lines for tutherliinil
Hprlngs Plcnsiintun anil l.iivernlat at Keno-Ij-
for llelemil at I'ettin Willi bIhit.i lines Tor
llecvlllc llukvUlo. Mineral Ulty and all points
tiik i "t or
TUB N U(. HNTS.
ET TIIK AUTIIOIl OK "flWKKTHBAHTS."
Tho IS'ituvnN lintl I '-i-n the pent ivi-
iJoof Ikniioi;U.il..nrrkfino llii'Ir Jmyt-
ujrly ml .nick man imi wiw mL mul
when thi'y Hvwl t tin- ll.uu.r a miiiUmf
two-stniii'd hotifrc ml hi the wiiM i-f a
huge cheiry.ntThiii'il.niitl fV'in..nir uanear
nn imisk.IjIo the cent it of ttie villn-.
"When tho tjnoeti Anuo iimnhinii put tho
inoi'0 copy anil itidirn'Mjuo Manor hi tlio
eliadc the Manor w in turniM Into ti ilower-
house. the occiiiwint of wliirli wan the
mother of Japikt Nugent the l-cijrnlnff
Siuire or ns pI.o was nlw Aj h rnlleil "Matl
am Niijrfiit.' by nil tho country iuuni.
As a meant nf ilMinrthm ."twren tho
two MinliL-Hr-.-H Nu.'n'ht the KiuimH wifo
waBinvanulilyBjiokcn nf imMlut MMitm."
In many junta of Yorkfliiio It Is not the
custom to irlve tlie pvnt family their
name. In I)oano l.lla thcr warn "Mad-
am" Mho Mifctn'Ri" t Siuoiivyrtong'
fciiuoire" timl MNs IMIy."
Thfie vem 1 topple itunul nlmnt who
conphtcml that Spilrc Nugi'iit 1M nrit
maintain hU dignity t ho miht to have
tlnne. Thoy wiiiUm iliil tint imm tho
atnuittit of exclnsivonohs am! prhto lm-
enmiug to a mini nf liirt hint ion ami ancient
lincitfoj hut they wen not his fiienilrt or
Iiih own ieonlo whn Faiil
lie was Nugent of Donnu I.lln JiiFt a3
his foi cfsithcrH liml Ijcon NugLMitw of )ano
Klla for many generalionsf lfcu-o him.
He knew every man. woman ami elilM on
liirt estate just aa he liml known most of
their fat hern Ijefnro them. He had no
fear of losing casto iy t-tauilinp and talk-
ing half an hour with Jacob Wright or
pitting as long in Widow Smait'a cottage
listening to her "account of "thorn iheii-
inatIcbH ay and what was lie&t of all
taking intercut in them too. No pride f
Why he hot! tho lCRt pHdn of all the
pride that cares fur nothing or nolmdy
only for doing what in just ami light!
So tho mushroom-gentry round aljout
whijpei-ctl thir petty ileprccating re-
marks amonght theinselveflj and btuii-e
Nugent went on his way in Mirthful ilisi-e
fai-U. of them and their opinions alike.
to was a handsome Hue-eyed.- broad-
chested man Mamling six feet two in Ida
stockings with a frank heaity laugh a
fearless look and a great hand leady to
help everyone alike
lie had a huiro contempt for London and
town ways though ho pacriliced himself
every spring ana leu me i iierry-wnsfcom
and tho fresh air lehhid him for a month
Irccaufie the Mittross liked her poason
the M-isti-esH's will and plcanuro were law
to him as they hail lxen to every one
else In Deane Klla over nince the tht Sun-
day her golden hair and iniix'iious violet
ejcHhad won every heal t ah sho pIchkI
lef-ide her Mg handnomo husband In the
For her ho dawillel away long mornings
giving' tho roau maro lier cxacl amount of
exercise or if tho chestnut foal wLa as
great a lieauty as IJriggs had Bent "him
word. Vor her eako he sat In hot tliea-
trca and when lie laughed at tho jokes
laughter like himself hugo and heaity
jwopio lurneu round ami laugncd lor very
sympathy ho looked h jollv.
And so Nugent of IVnue klla went on
his way a lumpy healthy heaity country
gentleman tho hurdcht lider. tho lM'ht
shut and the.handwxnet't man for twenty
nines roumi iienpo Jua jouiving an pome
jtcoplo mid the living eniliudhueiit of the
two words carved aliovo the irreat health
in tho h jill the two Words which wci-o
the motto of his houw "roreverl
"Dolly DolM Dully I wry 1 Where are
"Here Japper" cried a chlldMi tieblo
In reply "What is it?"
"Get your hat quickly said the lmy
as a goitieu'iiaireii gin runout intnii.
brilliant August Fiinlight. "William Picl
aitl's going to take the warps' neht In tho
manuiedieap but he's waiting fur )ou to
eeei m Inj fiuh-L'
"At this time of day!" ojaeulated Dully
"Yes. l'ather's going tu (iaitliride to-
moriuw to fish and ho is to Matt to-night
boto iMjtheiofn time for tlhnwr that's
why they want it) Int I'm ipih-'k.'
Dolly thiheil Into tho limine nud snatch-
ed a Millni's hat fn iu tho tabl" in tint
Inner hall leturnlng to her brother in a
"(iive me our hand and we'll run wild
tho lmy holding out a very dhty hand.
Dolly put heis into it mul they set off
down tho road loading past the VIcniage
and dowivtho quaint villago Mifet.
"Who aro thoto tlitinguitheddooUng
children! asked a lady who was looking
over tho Vicarage wall with the Ylcar'a
Mrs. Camithcrs watched them out of
bight lforo she replied to her guest's
"They aro the Kpilro'e chlldi-on (the
answered. "J wonder what fit-ak they
aro up to now!
"Tho fiquiits children said tho lady
f dancing asldo at tho chimnojB of tho
iouso as she Fpoko. "Dear mo aro'they
genu rally ajlowed to run wild like that!"
f T-i alii
t tl o Currs Rheumatism Neuralgia
For Pain wmm
THE ClIAHLbS A.llH.lllU U ItUI "uTi.ilU
nun who repeat tit iwin. curintliers
with a laugh "Why tho jienple about
Doano Klla worship them If po-ibl
inoiv than they woifhijt the fViiln hhn-
Mf; and -Dully Is the most ioifect little
aittocrat jou over paw."
Meanwhile the children tan nwiftlyon
through the village Mreet IVJIy stum-
lIingoncoor twice but keeping bravely
up with tho help of .hificrs ftiongcr
"been ni Dul vi we fhall lie thorn in a
mJimle he tnntoi.
"All right" Mia Atinweml choorfully
though i-ho was very much "blown" In-
Thoy tuml the comer loading Into
1'ickArd'M folilnnl pivtty nharplvt ami
DnllymiHtdng her footing mmmget the rulf
bletliHt had 1 een placisl thoio for tho
foundation for a new rood suddenly eamn
to the irmund with a beavv thud I and
Jasper Mill running at full PjieeiUdingged
nera nop or iwo iiciore uc oouio Mop
Tho Kouml of tho fall ami DollyV plerc-
imrnhrick broucht William I'ickard utmn
tho Pceno veiy quickly. Ho was a tall
falr-fuccd man. nearly ah bli? an Isiuire
Wnpont li impel f.
"Miy my honoy.swoet ho exclaimed
"this is a Kul buMm-M purely! Why I
lay the's cut her pretty knees n'mnot to t
Imnol Whatever won joit thinking on.
Mauler J.ihxt lit let her down lme o
"Why. It was the rubble. William." an-
pwored .Jasper. "1 think her ankle twit
etl" he waa aliTady down ujion his knees
inthodiit examining tho full oxtdit of
Dollv's injuries. imn it hint you much
"Vc-e-sr and Dully winced while phe
bit herIiptokeehei-Helf fiimi theigmv
miny of tears. "Hut I think I ran man-
age to walk"
"Whatever Is tho matter! asked a
cheery Voice liehind them.
"Miss I lolly ha- eonio to grief aninng t
iubl4e nnsueitil William I'ickard J "and
IdouM)otil lt hev her In and Imtho
her ktiei's with waim water."
"My poor blewed little lamhH cried
Mrs. I'ickunl with quick Hjmpathy.
Cuine in and let iihih-c to them."
"Kut the wants' nest T t.l.jected Dolly.
"I came to FeoMr.WllIiani taketho wasjm
"Oh wo can wait a bit for I hat "rejoined I
the jovial good imtured farmer. "I le-
lievo the mlscis was making some choeho-
cakrs this morning and 1 doubt Mie'H le
icadytogive M.i.trr .la p( r a few; vo
come In and we'll hii'"
Ho picked Dully up in hi arms and ral-
lied Iter Into tho huge oM-fihioiicd
kitchen MHiig her down In a hugo aim-
chair of oak. jmlhhed with tiyo and black
with age from which thronedike seat
Dolly heron ally Mirveyed the pir pa ra-
tion for tho l-eliefof her InJuiieK
"Annie" ci led Mrs. Pic kin d going to t he
foot of tho Malrs "bilpga clean wlt towel
down directly 1"
An ausweiinir "Ycs'in' was heard and
a moment later a comely woman-servant
tan in wnu a mwei in nor ltaiui. Flopping
short as sho trcciveil Dolly In tho aim-
"Has aught come to Miss Dolly!" eho
"Yes; I've kirkod my knees. leturned
Dolly philosoohically looking down Ulnii
her kittle brtiUed and blecdimr knees with
an air of tiiumph which set them all
laugiiing. "imt iiiiuntcryi dul j jir.
"No my honey i yon'ie t Wpilres own
danirhtor.'' ho nnsfivil. Miiunthimr tho
golden en tls away fit un her flnsheil face.
"A real brave utile lass site in.
Oh-li-hl and Dolly made a grimace as
Mm. I'ickunl applied the warm water
to her hrul-esi then with a comical ilowii-
waid Nk "Will it niuik me do ou
Th Jolly finiir burst out laughing
"Weil" died Dolly half laughing ton
"Jif let the gitiy inai thmn lust yoniymd
father sdd sin- was noer good for unj-
"Take no not tno of ldm. my jt" fald
Mrs. Tickaid. i-toiping to Lis tin pn tty
brulMil knee as hodricd it. "It will Ui
all right lu a day or two. Aniiie bring
out porno cheese-cakeM and sonio rieaiu.
Would you like a few Miawlieriies too
' es. I should pleai e very much." an-
Bweinl Dollv; "hut" liieakhig oil' ami
turning anxiously to watch tho fanner
who was moving away "Mr. William
I'iekard you won t go without meP she
"Suiely not" honnsweiod rctuining.
"I fas tliluking. mother" ho often ealh d
her "mother" tlu.ngh theyhadnochildtMi
we might pi out midget our lmhio
over and then eome luiek and get trmu
choeso-cakes. You me t'fc?ipiIio wants tho
grubin givnl time"
"Oh yes please M"iw. I'icknnll" put In
Dolly eageily. She was dieadfully afiaal
those of tho bteiner sex would leave her
in the lurch.
Kho jumped down from tho large chair
and followed tho farmer and Jasjier. bjit
when sho reach ed the diMir tinned Imck
and going up to Mis. Virkard. put two
loving arms round her and uplifted a ten-
der irwo-bud mouth
"Thank jou dear Mrs. I'ickanl" she
"My little lamb my honey-sweet!" ex-
claimed tho farmer's wife gathering her
into her arms and kiting her a doen
times. "Hlessherj what u snnbeam she
is" sho said to Annie; as Dolly went out
"A real Nugent " returned Annie as If
nothing more could bo Mild on that sub-
ject. "Meanwhile IViUy with tho real Nugent
plucVt ran out of the house and along the
rubble as if she had never bad a fall in
her lifoj and having been the whole of the
wasp-taking process during which the
farmer and one of tho men got a sting or
two returned to tho house with Jasper
and went stndght into Mrs. Pickard's
pleasant bitting-room where they found
the promised eheese-cako and stiaw-
"It was splendid" announced Dolly
triumphantly. "They put tho iiwder In
you know and It went olf with a f-f-f-u-tf
and all tho wopses blew up in a regular
cloud. I say Jsper" tinning bharply
to the young S pi ire who had already ap-
propriated a cheeso-cako "jou might
have waited until you wero asked."
"Oh it's all right!" returned Jasper
with careless ease and sieakhig with his
mouth full. "Mrs. fiekaui Uul ask ut
fore you know."
"Yea j but Mill 1t Isn't polite" objected
Dollyi "ami 1 think mother would be
astiameu ni your
Hero Mrs.l'iekard K'nt down ami kli
the urettv Hushed faco airtthi idling tho
largest btrawberries on her jilate as she
"I say. Jasier. remaiked Dolly pr
ently pausing with a largo strawberry in
her tight hand whilst with her left sho
held Mrs. rickaul's hand tightly "don't
you wish Culveiton was heicp
"Umph!" answcretl Jasper with agrtint
that inlirht mean aiivthiiur or nothlmr.
"I do" continued Ikilly. "Ik-cause Cul-
vcrton Is so fond of strawlenies
citaraj and I don't think" lowering her
voice cautiously "that he gets so very
many atdhe Towers"
"Are my young peoplo heiot' cried a
yotce from without at that moment
Mrs I'ickard ran out. cxclaiminc. "Tho
Squire I' and a moment later the hearty
voico went on
"I have brought Lord Culverton to see
if you would give him one of your good
"Come In sir J coino In my lord I you are
both very welcome!" cried aire. Pickard.
all In a flutter of delight at such dlbtiu-
"Oh you aro berot" bald the Squire as
ho entered the room. "Culverton baa
come over for the i-est of the dayj and I
thought we might und you here.
"Yw.j w& soms V Boe the wasDS neat
taken" answeiiil )oyt looking ast her
father towards tho joung owner of Cul-
verton Towcre. "And 1 was Jnut wlhing
Culveiton was here for the ftinwterites
are so goodi wasn't I. Mrs. PiekardP
"Mrs. I'ickaid sii!s )mi" i aid Mio
ftpilre picking lSlly ami her ilniulNi-
iieslsbly ontof tlie h.igothiiii and sal-
ting her on his knee j and if for' hat big
husbamlof heir I don't know what 1
shall not have to do with him one of these
days. I Ift'lievo Mrs. I'ickard Is worse
than ho Is though."
"Could she l-e fjwiilt P said tho farinei's
wife in an undtilone.
Tho Kiuiio lesteil Ids cheek Airafnpt his
little daughters golden hair and made no
repli'Jhoiiffh perhops hissilcneo was suf
"1 think" put In tho young Kail speak-
ing for the first time In a clear hlghdired
voice "that Mrs.l'iekard snils every one
yon most of all. Hpiiro. Why she ac-
tually lets you come Into tho tmilor In-
stead of marching you oir Into tho drawing-room
and making you thoroughly un
com fm table as they do at Culveiton'"
"Thota right. Culveiton" Mild DoHj
lv. . "You al wa
nxyf and then sho leaned h
ngahut her father's shoulde
r head back
with n ivti.
tent nl sigh and clowil her oyes.
"Von aiv over-tired. Dully." wild tho
Squire glancing uneasily at tho weary
little f.ice. You should not run alut no
much in tho hot sun my pi t-
"I don't think il'sthut Spilie" put in
Mis. 1'ickardl "but sho had a sod fall this
"A fall! How! WheroP
"Itnt 1 didn't cry Asscited Dr'llyopen-
higher blue ejes again.
"Well it was in this way" volunteered
Jaser. "I eamn In heie quite by acci-
dent and found William just going to take
the wasps' nest for our pub. I knew
Dolly would Ui horribly diMipimiuted if
she didn't see It. Ihvuuso sli'1 misled thn
last one j on knowj sol said If thej'd
wait live niinute Kd mn home and fetch
her. Well shl) had hold of my hand and
weM i tin all tho way through tlo- village
so peilins sho Was ltd her tiltdt but at
all events lust as we tut mil In at tho fold-
yard sho slipped among tho nibble and
down bhe came. And don't oii see fath-
er sho hail hold of my tiaiid and we wero
ming lull stx-cti ami I ilraggul tier
t so far 1- fore 1 could topi.sdf"
ltut 1 didn't erv." MiM-h-nit ntnl Ih.llr.
with infinite pi id" In tho nssoitlon.
izh I've huttl-.tli my knee ltut
William I'ickard sujh 1 shant In r.iiy'tho
woie It won't maik me."
1 ho iSpiiro btiM nut laughing and quite
rgot toiilmkeJii -r for not taking Irt-
1 his sifter. At that mniHcnt
I afti'iriur. Spdre" 1
jou. in lufd.- lou ll have heahl n
." aiiMWcnd the hiulre humrlnr
Dolly ntililn cl.Hi.r.
"Ay sue eaiim uowu Imn a sacK o jmta-
es; an i tiouot sue it have em her utile
noes a'movt to 1 Umei but she's made o
io iral old 1'iigtish stulT. Spiht'."
"Pur 1 didn't cry at all" said Dolly til-
mithantly. To hfi Coutinmil
OrncK Sax Antonio St. IPv Co.l
April 21 18.
During the Bummer Inst oar on the
in Pedro line will leave the Springs at
):30n. m. except Saturday and Sunday
i which days they will run regular till
11 p. m.
Kxtra cars can be had at all hours by
parties wishing to remain later.
i.kxknm' i retmieui.
A line mi i inner beverage lust reoelvetl
at Emanuel Abrahams corner Military
plnza and Trevlno avenue. r-2btf.
The Lone Star Brewery Bottling Work!.
We have the pleasure to nniiMiucc to
the publle and patrons that wo have
couiuleted and opened our extensive
una uepnrtiiioni wnn our specially
brewed "Select" bottlo beer. All orders
111 be nromntlr tilled and delivered I
any part of the olty free of cliurKu by
our own wagons. All we ask la a fair
trim. I'enect saiisiaction KiiHranieeti.
6-10-lw Tiik I.onk Star Hiikhino Co.
r A mu
Ht li Her. Io Sliy.
Dr. Weathers It here to sluv. Ills
practice Is growing dally. lie has met
with fine Buccess and has credentials it
a thorough physician second to none.
Ills remedies are safe pleasant and elll-
dent. Children take them cheerfully.
visits wnn prescriptions i anynnere
In the city. Cbronlo diseases solicited.
Ollke at Nelle's drue store: residence
227 Elnilra street. Telephone No. 118.
lucky horse doctor ami Is a ix-rfcct blcssliifr
li bo put to. Sold liy V. Kulteyer & Him.
Mrs. VVInslow's Sootblnc Hvmn
should always be used for children
icciuiug. u Booms me cnuu soitenB
the gums alleys all pain cures wind
colic and Is the best remedy for diar
rhoea. 25 cents a bottle. 7-22-lyr
Special 10 Artists.
One. of the finest ffatabllshments Hint Run An.
tonlo. If not TflBS can boast of Is tlio Alt
uaucry or u. ll. Mueller ut 3ir (Vmimcrec
rcet. iicre chii eo nuu anist s onu urauirlit'
en tnaterlals. of both iloinestio and tin
liorted kinds l'nimivlmrg. chrinuos ant
'Icturo frames ruouldlnRS and muterlnls for
resco and Blirii palntlnir In lanre varlcilcs.
;num uecoraiions aim rnuicriiil lor vinx l
rs In a lariro ussortlucnt. Mr. Mueller
eelves dln-ct from factories largo shipments of
well as window slass and flnodomcstlo and Im
iiortod decorative wall paper are specialties li
his establishment. 12-l.Mv
Kay'B Kentucky Kuro or Liniment has lieen
Bstwten San Antonio and Brackenrldgs
A station 49 miles south of San Anto-
nio on tlie Man Antonio and Aransas
rats railway are numerous picturesque
spots tlellKUlful plaoes for picnics antl
other pleasure excursions Onool Iho
most attractive of these places Is Jack'
son's G ulch rolles south of iSan An-
tonio on the Ban Antonio river. At
this point there are severul lino springs
anil cool shady groves rendering It a
desirable place to spend the day. To all
of these points the Han Antonio and
Aransas 1 asa people have agreed to sell
ticket at reduced rates to parties of ten
or more and will furnish special accom-
modations In the way of extra coaches
to parties desiring to take a trip to any
point tbey may designate. S liMf
Lure For Piles.
Plies are frequently preceded by a sensoof
weight la tho hack loins and lower part of tho
abdomen caualnir tho natlont to supiiose lie
has some atfcctlon of the kldnoys or licljrli-
borlnir organs. At times symptoms nf lndl
frestlon aro present tlatuloncy uneasiness of
tho stomach etc. A molsturo liko liersnlro.
tion producing a very dlsugreeublo Itching
Itlind. lltcodtntr and Itching Piles yield at
once to the application of Dr. Hoskano't Pile
Itcmedy which acts dlreoUy upon the part
affected absorbing tho Tumors allavlntr tho
Intense Itching- and effecting a permanent
cure. Price. 6U cents. Address tho Dr. llos-
kann Modlotne Company Plqua Ohio. Sold
by Harry h. Fowler. IU Conn & Co. J D. I)e-
Tine J. Gavin
h7 c? miller.
C01T3UXFXICIT CA1T ES CUBES.
Cnroa Coughs ColdsJPnonrnonla. Con
Uroncniai uimouuies uron-
rhttfs lioarsonoss. Asthma Croup
Whonnlnrr PnMf?h. TnflilflnTil. rind al
DIsoasos of tho uroathlni; OrRnnx It
soothes and hoals tho Mombranp of
tho LutiRs lnflatnod and polsonod by
mo aisoaso nnu prevents mo iiiuik
sweats and tho tightness across tho
chest -which accompany It. CON
BUMPTION Is not an incurablo mal-
ady. HALL'S UAL3AM will euro
yon oven thougn professional old
falls. For salo by nil Drut-r-Uts.
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ftnd Barnlnt of tb. Btonucb
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tut rlinr a
ll.ea.es of tb. LIVER
.ill V V l6 KTOMSCUmdROUfELS.
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Ti'li'phnue No rA.
Excelsior Planing Mills
Contractors and Bulldorp.
Sash Doors Blinds.
Odd-slm Smb. Honrs and llllluls innde on
hort notlco Heroll Huwlnir. Ttlrninir lite. to
irder. Store and Olllre Plllltnr a specialty.;
oi ricn and Mir.t.t
Travis St. Cor. Avos C and D.
HAK ANTONIO. TKXAH.
K JAMES STEWART
Painter and Kalsominer
290 East Commorco St.
8AN ANTONIO TEXAS
ifOnlera itxcciittHl ut short notice and
work iruartintt?el. IS-lMm
The Little Bcc-Hive
All tliolut. st un. nuHlern atjl. of IHxtts
and BIhm'8 tin tutinl ami inudn to (irder on nhort
notlco. Cufttmn work a Hctalty Mi'ii's Hooli
(toIiHland hock'd for ft.
ERNST LANCE Proprietor
CITY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Will furnish help of all kinds Clerks House
Senants l'ariu Hands Laborers Dairymen
City and country real estate for sale rent or
Culi ami see us.
29 Acequia Street.
CORNER IJOUST0N STRIET AND AVIKUE i.
Special attention given tothenianuracturlni
of Carriages Ilus-gles and Wagons In all Its
branches. Also to SHOEING OF HOIt3r.3
N. II. Painting Trimming and Itepainng on
hort notloo. All I ask is a trial.
Offlc Cor. Commerce ft Alamo 8U. oft
ivolff Jb Uarxt Ban Antonio Tex.
Plans speclflcatlons and all Information
desired by those contemplating to build fur-
BANKS AND BANKERS.
I. ALKtANOKlt. AHCM A AtRX 4afJKIt
Presldont. Asslstat.1 rashler.
Teias National Banl San Antonio
A GENERAL BARRING BUIINLSS TRANSACTED.
kept In our rcrtHna-rtoin
J. B. TnonToi Pres. J. w. (Ii.ass V. r
OF SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
A General Banking Business.
f. groos & coM"
And Dealers In Exchange.
HAN ANTONIO I I I TKXA3
LEONIDAS D. DIBBLE
Attorney at - Law
And Notary Public.
No. 210 v i-st Ct) M M r ItfK 8TH B CT
HAN ANTONIO TliXAK.
Harciso Lal. Joseph Shely.
LEAL & SHELY
M ro!oroaa street between Main
ami Mllltarr 1'lntaa.
Live Stock Exchauge
ItUKKAD OK INFOHMATIOX.
nl. Mrjlcan Artlclffl
Bell & Bro's
No.vU Couiioerf Street.
Silver and Plated Ware
Hat indict Ion ifuiimnk-ti!.
Diamoniis WatcliGS Jewelry
Silver and Plated Ware French
Clocks and Bronzes Brazilian
Chronometers Repeaters Chronographs
No. 253 Commerce Street
Ml San Antonio Texas.
Storekeepers now keep it for Sale
Many halting powdors aro ery pern!clow
to lu'.Uth andMlitlo every ouo rtrnnl Ms
iwn iin Htioiiid own iiat o a caro tor tlio ttinui-
Jiies the Uttlo clilldruu.
of tho tvivl qualltM of taking
v no aiuia or ammouu
All rhcmLtji wlm hftvft nnnlvrM fo'A Frvnm
eommeod It. Hoiwekwiien vln tiao uwtl It
m Ul have no other. Cooks v bono test i-fTortu
liave fallal with other powders am jubilant
It Is nosltlvelritnnnualiHl. AhRolutelrrnra.
Vm by the leading hotelti and rvfcUuranta
inMW loriccitraml tiirmiRnouttuocountrji
GANTZ JOXi:S 0 CO.
170 nttano St. X. X
I D. QUASSO
i Merchant Tailor
IS and 1 Main riaia Ksar rr.neh Building.
tArimandnnnllrh tt HhiliigandBuininerPflm
nlcs nf Suit Patterns which will bo ordered as
dcflrod. Hulli malo to order at New York
prices nnd lit giiarantecil. Uniforms for or-
gnnlxatkms n upeclalty. A n-w method of
renovating clothing gimrun Ing tho color.
Repairing promptly done.
. F. FROMMER
Book-Binder and Ruler
Opp. Courlhouso - - San Antonio
kli.ds nf lllwllng an.) llullng done
leas durability and dispatch
n-tltlon In prices ik fled.
D. Kampmnnn Prosldont -
CelGbratod Lnger and Specially Brewed
SELECT " BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
S COMMERCE STREET.
JAS. D. DEVINE
24 Solodad St. Ono Door North of Courthouse San Antonio.
CnnrsCfphthSTln. Croup. Athmi TJronehlt.i Norlrl Bhtnmatlnra Blrvdlng at th Iiuim
ttrsensta. Inltuantn. Hitoklnf Cowgb. Whaoplnj- Cough. Catarrh. Cholera Morbna StmoUit Cbrenla
rrtaCftn Kldnay Troubles tnJ8Dlul Dliouot. Famplilet fre. Dr. I. a Johnson St Co. BosUn Muo.
MAKE HENS LAY
ly other kind.
a by xprma prepaid for $6.00-
I will put up $500 that I can take
DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER
And cure any caso ot Syphilis
tor) a porieci ana permanent cure.
D. P. BARR
Bolu AKont for tho State.
Northwest Corner Main Plaza San Antonio.
A. T. Hensley & Son
Colors in Oil and Japan
Boiled and Raw
txetLsion hahubaqturinq co. eT.t-euu.
UEROUX & COSGROVE Dealers in
233 East Houston Street
INO fOB CMAIOUUI AHO PMICI LlT TO
A Large Stock of New Goods
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
You con get suits of the FINEST IMPORTED Oil 110MESTIOCLOTn8r.B4uplnlho
latest fashion especially to your order at moderato prices by VALENTINK LOHRA th.
Popular Tailor Commerce street near brtdire. Only QrsW:iftas workmen employed and the
best trimmings usod A Ht guaranteed.
I VAL. LORRA ropuiar Tailor
Real Estate and Loan
OenenJ Aent f or Adams Wioke.' lot fma
tmpror.4 propertjr In all parts of the car
Speelal attention paid to Lands la Bontbt'B.I
Office 273 West Commeroa street.
Two Brothers Saloon
Corner Commerce and Alamo Street
Keep tho Finest-Imported Wines Cfaaai
psgnrs and Liquors. Specialties In the finest
brands of Domestic and Imported Cigars.
Come and see f First-class gontlemen's re
sort. Fine lunoh daily at 10 o'clock a. zn.
Otto Koohlor Soc. and Manager
SAH AHTOHIO. TEXAS.
rdors promptly detirerod.
id dlsnatoli. HT-Telepho
.rid. Will poalllT!
a tlmM tko oot
I. Onorlll m dose. IlluatrtHixl prnpLlet
.NothloK on earth
or Scrofula on earth and guaran
lCotatl Dealers In
Plate and Window Glass.
Linseed Oil Etc.
opinion or an Exraw.
Mr.. Marjr 11. Welcsk Teacher tsC DomMtl.
EeoDomy nt Stat. TJclT.raltj of Ivwaw
"Mr dcllbornto Judgment I. that the oyer)
of tho Hango as compared vttb othors
Is n.t only tnoro equally heated la erery
part front as well as rear but as a rwult
ot Its suiKrler ventilation tho food placed
therein Is lienor cooked -wbllo retaining a
sweeter flavor and a larger proportion f
Its best Juices. I have found also that tho
consumptloa of fuel lnthlsBangeforaglren
amount of work la mush less. than any other.1
Hardware Sou Agents for SAN ANTONIO
will bo Sold-
Commerce St. near Brldsre.
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