San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Monday, June 21, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY JUNE 21 1380.
HAIXKOAD TIMK TAIILK.
MTlm Uartlla KlT-act January 1 ISM
I U N. lUUroatl.
ror St. Ijouir via mo. riu
For ft. bouia' via MU
From Nt. Umts MlMouri 1'acloa .. lhmiA. m.
From Larinlo ..... ... .. Hi 15 p. i.
O.. H. 8. A. HAILKOAI.
ONR TKAINTO NRW ORLEANS DAILY
Through KiprM KmI Illly.
(ave fur New Orloaos Houston and (JaI rot-
ton S OU B.ro.
Arrive from the ICaat.
Arrive nora New Urlsaas lloutt-oo and (lal-
veaton p m
for Ban Frnaclioo El Pmo and Ha In
R. A. A A. r. lb It.
ARHIV.AI.fl AND tlKPAUTITUI
Unlll further notice our train
Dally (except nalny) as rollowat
Leave Han Antoifiii
Arrive at Tetluii. . .
lrave I'tttua . . . .
Arrive at Han Antonio .
iy for llelfim: at HtttiM with stairo llnva fur
Uccvllle Oakrllk'. Mineral City and all o..ts
SOCIETY DI RECTO It Y.
Time and Place of Meetings and Names
of Principal Officers.
Anciknt Hums ani Avvr.n r.u Mamonii Al-
amo Lodire No. 44 meets lint Hutunluy tilir.it In
each month In Alanu-du block W. A llifiiytiKC
ANCOUK IXUMJB KO. ill FlthF. AM. ACCEPT-
lii Mahonh Meets on tho thlnl Wednesday
tu each month C A Derby ieerctiir).
UL'ltl.LHUN CMAITLH NO SI 11 A. M.-MlTt
ccundThuriduy i.ltfht In I'ftili inonlli. . A.
Kniohts Ti:urLAit San Anloulo com-
mandcrp No. 7 meets last Haturduy In each
month. J. 11 tlatnlltou recorder.
Odd Fellows.-Han Antonio Ixnlire No. II
mecu at Odd Fellows ball Houston .street
every Tuesday night. It. ti. Letinnan IVr
Knights or 1'ytiiiah.- Klk LwIro No. Xi
meets at castle hall corner Comiuerce und
Alamo sreotsecry Ihursday nltfht. J P. W
(Street Chancellor Commander) (Jeorge 11.
Dathlell Keeper of Records andtical
Kndowment Hank Knlghu pf Pythtas
meets at castlo of Klk Lodiro No. 35. Ucnjaintu
Uoldeuburv. President '1. II. Johnson ttccro
tary and Treasurer.
Ancient Uhueh United Woukmen Milam
Lodyo No. S regular meetings tlrst and thlnl
Vondaye lu each month at Odd Fellows hall
Houston street. William lloetllng Jr. M. w.
Bt.Maht'h IUiakci. 0 K.orA.-Meets at
Mejer's hall on tho second and rourth Tues
dns of each liinutli at tt o'clock p. tu. Colonel
Kliuer Otis president! IMwanl llradt-u Jr.
Ht. JoiKi-ii'a It. K. H. SoctETV Meets at
their hall on Rust Ooinnu-rtu sln-el on tho
third Sunday or each month at 4 o'clock p. in
J.C. Dleliuanu piesldent; Anton Adam sec-
Italian Socikty Meets the tlrst Sunday of
each mouth. Hall MM Monterey street. U.
at Odd Fellows hall tlrst und third
Saturday In each mouth lleorgu It Dashlell
KnintiTR or Hi
meeta at Odd Fellows hall second
Monday In each month. C L. Wagner I to
il fourth Sunday lit c
Mexican Mutual Aid SnriBTV Meets
ry Saturday at 7::W p. m. at the Kecordc
i T Canlc
Alamo Council No. 4tW A
days lu each mouth In Odd Fellows' hall.
Louis Spahn Commander! J. W. Schuwlrth
SciiLKiciir.it Loimib No. lmfi-Knight a or
Honor meets every second and lourth 'Ihurs
days In each month lu Odd Fellows' hull. Otto
i Ire innti 's hall on
Market street on Din first and thlid Friday or
each mouth. J P. Ncucomb cuuimandcr.
Fhkncii He.nevolknt SocitTVMeetsseo-
oud Sunday In each mouth at hall. No. 0 Main
Plaza ti. P. Claudon secretary.
Herman Hons. llAittioMA Loihie. No I.
Meets every Thursday at Fireman's hall. No.
Vousa Men'h Cioiistian Ahhociation
Heading rooms No. 4 II. Houston street.
Sociktik Fuancaise Meets at Meyer's hall
every second Sunday of tho month K. A.
Museum Society or Natumal IIistuicv
Meets at the J
Albert iieckmatiu. Secretary.
ITouno Men's Ukneyolent Ashociation
Meets second and fourth WedueBdaj s lu each
month at Firemen's hall Aemio C. William
Mikaijo 1A Meets every night at hull ou r
O'Connor & Sullivan's bank.
IitiKii National Leauue iiuancii w
Meets at Meyer's hall on Uisoiu sttett tlrst
and third Saturday lu each month. T. P.
Ilrady. President ; Johu (lallagher Secieturw
R1NU1NO CLUltH ETO.
Helvetia Veuein. Meets every Thu red ay
at Krlsch's hall. K 1'reie prcnldent.
Menuelsoiin Mixeo Ciiniira. Meets one
a week at Casino hall. C. H. Mueller president.
San Antonio Tukn Veiikin Meeta every
Tueeday night at Turner hall. 11. Mauermanu
president t O. Hunge secretary
MiKNNEiiaESANO VkKEIN. FitOHDINN. Mct'tS
every Wednesday at KrUcn hall. Juco Weber
president t P. Urcll socretary
Beethoven Maennekciio it Meets every
Thursday night at Scholz's hall.
Ban Antonio Maennehciiou. Meets twleo
a week at Lohso's hall. A. Nordmaii president
HAii.noAiimAKEUEN--0. Smuigler Ixdgu.
No. Ki holds meetings every Wednesday at S
&. m. at Knights of Pthlas Hall. P. Loos
HailkoadFiiiemen Davy Crockett txdgo
No. 14& meets every Wednesday night at
Knights of Pythias hall. John Sullivan Mas-
n. tn Knights of Pythtas ball. K. P.. Moul-
Hailhoau CoNin'c-roHfl Meets once a week
In Odd Fellow hall HouBton street.
Texas Homestead Huilhino and Loin
Association. Meetk Hint Wedncstiay lu
ach month opposite-courthouse D. P. Dol-
sen secret ry.
llEXAK llUlLDINU ANO I) AN ASSOCIATION.
Mts at No. '.7 Soled ad sti-eet thfrtl Thursday
of eaeh month. John U Oohse secretary.
International Duiuhno and Loan Asso-
ciation Hegular meetings second Thursday
lu each month at llhrarv rooms Ihjhoju
street. M. Lindner Secretary.
San Antonio Heal Khtatk. Huiuuno and
Loan Association. Meets tlil Thursday lu
each month St Host Houston street J. tun
u logham secretary.
Mehchanth and MtciiANica Huiluino AM)
Loan Association. Mevlsllrst Thursday In
every month. W. A. Honyuge necretaryj of
nco lu Soledad Mock
Casino Association Meets eery Mou
day evening at Casino hall Uuslav Oroos
Han Antonio Fiiir Association No. I.
Meets the tlrst Wednesday In every month at
Fireman's Hall No. 1 on Market street P
Bcbrelner Poromant Alf. 0. Schlld Socretary
Board or PibbDihectohb Meets tl ret Mon-
day In each month at engine house No 2. (lus
Duerlor President; 11.0. Miller Secretary
Ciiemation Society Meets tlrstMonday lu
tho month. Adolf Wagner Secretary.
TIIAUH AND WOllKINGUKN'S UNIONS.
Typographical Union No. 172 lnerts last
Sunday of each month at 3 p. m. k of L. hall.
O. L. Nichols secretary.
TuAVIH AfHEUin.v k. nt L- No. meeta
very Tuesday night at Josko hall. Losoyo
moets every Thursday night at Joske hall.
Vorwaiitz Assembly K. or L. No. 4110
MeeU every Monday night at JoBko's hall.
Alamo Assembly tool.) K. or f.No.410H-
MeeU every Wednesaay night at K. of L. hall.
ITluiMory wfttcomtnvncedJuDoia I
Master of the Mine.
1IY HOIIKltT IIUCIIANAN.
. ... i.i.iKlnt in'in.' iivrr. inynimt nn.l
Annlo Im-kit Ihniiw.ttullh "m IHnittlilntt
to HkIiH;" nml fivlliu Niincnii.it In Hut
way I liik iiiyraniii.l -i ml In I mil In lin.l
Autif lrnul.l nli.it MUtnf nrtuintryl hail
Im'i'M lnmlnl In.
Tlin kilrhon tliNiriiiwiil illivctlf Into tin
"linck ynril" in tlicy rnlll It mid here I
fniin.l Hit (Miullry lrliiliiy plrkliiK up tin
Kttiln nhlrh my limit luul nlu'ii IIh iii In'Tiiru
Lii'akrnt. Ilrru 1 foinul Iimi a nionxicl
puppy n sort iif rnw In'twciii a rollle and
ppyliniinil tt n'iiuil to iiii which tlm ino-
incut 1 iiiiiilciiiviipi''iinuicacaiiicnrli:itllii)C
wriHifit fiHlilnii iilMiut luy iwU
1 jiiimmnI Hiiiiiii;Ii tli)tint tuiinil tn tho
front of tin. Ik.iii. IIih puppy follow liw clono
at my liiiN. Tim front of lliocntliim' wai
TiTytrlui anil neat; anil Hutu wai'avcry
Mimll Kalilcll herr wlilcli tu toliTiibly well
ciiltlvntiil; 1 nfli'rwiiril IimimuIU tnlnni;iil
fo Almlo aiuliiwril ll pn tly apiH'ariitici.cn-
tiroly lo hoi h unU Itv.:n n rurloin llluv
Inillou of lliv iiilinilliiK In li. rofllii' iix.fiil
anil iiriiiiiiii.ntal. Hlie na4 paiNlonati'ly fnml
nf Unmr aii'ltwo-lhliilior ln r little uiinliii
MIHili'MilliI lolhi-ni hll. Iiillie ollii r lliir.l
nerftlMiN nT iniivtiiril aiul cn. raJiRlii-n
IrlMiiV1 for tin- tih!i
I la vlni: uiiiilu a l;i'li muirynt tlm llltlo
franli'ii I tuiiuil my cjch oh tlm princt lie-
torn nml Ik-sUu inc. The cottage which
btoml nloncon a slluhtciulncnci' wai factt
liniiicillatcly hy the hluh ro.nl which sncpt
past ami runiHl on to tho (lllnitc which lay
soiiio qimilcr or a inllc lo tlm Icru Imuicill-
atcly before mu mm nhut rt'ciucil to uiea
dark cxpanmiof iiioihm bleak ami baricn
enough ami ilottcit I. I'ln unit thcro ultli
rlumpHnf i.uiitcil Hirs. Ilcjonj wan thu
pen calm coM ami irllinnicriiiie like Ht-.'.
1 htlollcil cillcUI) lilollK the roail hiiiih
Inj: in) tc!f fioin time to time by throwing a
Mick nml lr lug In Jc.icli lliu puppy to re-
trieve. A couple of liiiiulrcil )nnli fioiu the
cott.ige I catiie to an Iron mile. Miiruuiulctl
by u pl.mUitloii ot llr tni'. mulultlia long
avenue Icailliig I knc- not nhlthcr llcic I
illicil nml without thinking threw thu
stick in f.irai I coulil up the avenue. Jt.tt
thu puppy ciouchcil nt ui) fis-t anil ilccthust
toMlr. bo 1 iipiicil thu g.ilu mnl went in.
1 luul not genu many )unls when a sharp
voice arrunteil me
"Here I nay . ok" It crleil. "Wnat are.
)ou doing liciu'.'''
1 lookctl up mid saw n boy nbntit my on u
age dressed like a )'oiing gctitlcin.iu. He
hadhlaik hair black e)ebios that camo
close together and a hanging lii. I saw nt
once by his dress mid manner that he was
no miner's son
"Look here ) ou're trespassing ) on know"
lie conitnucil; then suddenly. "Why )ou
don't belong to St. (iurlutt's. What's jour
I told my name and added that I was a
stranger having come to thovltlago only
last night to llvu with my uncle and mint
I'endnigou. In a moment tils f.ico changed;
a contemptuous sms-r curled his Up as ho
"Old IViiilragon's lm)ch'.'" then "What
tin you mean by wealing those clothes? I
thought )nu were a gentleman I'
ills tone nioro than his words loused nil
the latent prldnot my natiiie. Flushing to
the temples I turned on liiin.
"lain nsmuch a Kcntleinnii us ou" 1
"Oil I'm not afraid or joul Do you know
what the) 'd do with you w lu re 1 come from?
They'd Ibrnsli )ou und scud )ou to bed to
le.iru belter ui.iniicrs."
lleclliiclusl his li-t and advanced threat-
eningly lowtiid inc. Then looking at me
Irom hend to foot mid liudlng that nt all
events 1 was his Mipcilor In point of physic.il
sllcngth be ch lligisl Ills mlml. 1 whistled
up the puppy mid walked nnay.
When 1 leached the coltngo again I camo
face to luce wllh Annie.
"Whcie have you IkthV' she n-.kcd.
1 told her I had bivii niuibllng Idly about.
Ml nmlded brightly.
"I've got no wink to do to-d.i)" shu said;
"IeaMw.ijs not inucli Ifyoii like I'll ask
mother to let mo cuiue out mid go for a
"Do" I wild; mid off sho Hew.
Sho was n long time gone so long 1 began
to fear the cimtssluii b.ul been denied hho
cament length huwevfr when 1 saw the
cause of lmr delay. Her print frock had been
exchanged for a stout guun. Shu wnto a
pair ot silk gloves and a hat which was evi-
dently Intended for .Sundays only. As my
e)e wandered over these things sho blushed
and tried to appear unconscious.
"Which way shall wo go'." sho said.
1 was so perfectly unacquainted with the
district that thu question seemed to mo ab-
surd. 1 left tho choice to Iter.
"Which way do yon like liest? I said.
Mie pointed with her hand.
"1 Ilka to go fiur" she said "to walk on
"On the shore."
"Yes don't )ou see that Kllllerlng over
theie? That's the m'i though II looks like a
bltot tho common now It's so still. 1 llko to
go tliero and walk on thu shore and see the
ships pass along mid listen to the washing
of the waves on tho stones.''
We accordingly st.il ted off across the moor-
land toward tho sea and alter a mile's walk
reached tho dills.
Wild and desolate they overhung tho
ocean which wnsnt high tide. A narrow
patli through the rocks led down to the wa-
ter's edge. Descending It with the sea-gulls
hovering over us wo reached Iho shore and
found theio n sandy clock and n Military
w ooden house We looked up; thu crags loso
ntiovoour heads right up Into tho blue heav-
en. Then wo turned our faces toward the
"It Isn't llko the sea Is It?" 1 asked as we
stood side by side; "It looks llko n big broad
"A'ous" sho assented; "but It ln't always
like this. Tho waves nro sometimes as blgli
as bouses and they mar llko wild beasts.
Then there's been ships big shlH that to to
India broken up hcru on the rocks and.
drowned men nnd women have been cast
"Havo ypu icon them?"
"Ho; I've only heard tell of them. When
Hie winds are blowing llko that nnd the
wrecks come mother nnd mo stop In the
house to pray for father I"
"My uncle? Why lie a miner."
"Yes; hut lie's one o' the life-boat men too
'cause he's so strong. Look at that wooden
house: mat's wnero tney Keen tne nre-Doau"
In following the direction Indicated by ber
pointing linger my cyo fell upon something
else besides the house wmcii containeu uie
life-boat a rude coble lay floating In tho wa
ter a few yards from whero we stood. It wns
attached to an Iron ring driven Into the rocks.
"Whoso lsiat Is that?" I nskisl.
"Oh that belongs to John Uudd the ear
ner; linn that ui ought you to our house."
"Why. what does ho do with a boat?"
"Nothing; only ho found It drifting In
from tho'sca. Than Iho master took It away
hum him saying It wns Ills and offered It
lor sale; as nobody wanton it no got it DacK
again Dy paying a little to tne master."
"And what doos he do with' It now?"
"lie goes out fishing sometimes when lie's
got the time sometimes he gives us a treat.
lie took mo out In it once."
"Did you llko Itr
"Oil yes I"
"Would you like to go agalor
"Yes now. Suppose wo biko the boat and
pull out for a lilt; It would be good fun bet
ter man staying here."
till hesitated. There was evidently such
dlffmnce ' the slid of John Uudd and
Do come." I urged; "tho oars are hero'
ready and I cnu pull as well as John Uudd."
Still she nesiutrii tun yielded llnally. Wo
pushed nut the boat together' nnl I pulled
out on to the dm I calm sea. How pleasant
It was there whii the sun pouring Its golden
Ix-nins mion us. Hint tho water smlllngamuiid
and gently lapping tho bolt's side I Annie
took oil her gloves and trailed her lingers In
the water; then sho leaned over and looked
luw n Into the emerald depths below while
my eyes again swept the prosjiect Inland.
Kverilhliig was distinguishable from the
sen tho Imv-I) liu ll.ils stretching black nnd
desolate Iieneath the warm summer sky tho
village w filch from my present point of
vantage seemed but a handful ot homes
thrown In a hollow just be)ond the cottage
wheredestlnyh.nl placed me I also lier-
celved now that them were numerous other
cottages scattered nlmut the morass and
finally that there wns one largo turrcUsl
mansion rising up from a belt nt greenwood.
What hoiiso is tiinir' 1 nsken.
That? Oh that Is thu master's house."
Vi-sl .Mr. Itcilruth.the masterof thonilnn.
Jlcsldcs that" sho ndihsl "he's the master 'o
the whole place"
"Does he live there.
"Yes; a good put of thu jear."
"Y'es; except nt holiday times when tho
young m tstcr comes liniue from school lie's
Having a suspicion lu my mlml. I asked
ber whnt thu )uung master was like and sho
gave me mi nccurate description of the lioy 1
luul encounteiisl u few hours U'rorc. I said
nothing Just then of my adventure; and aft-
er this we fell to ilrenmlng again. Annie
looked dow ii Into these.i whllel watched
the shore p.it which we were lazily drift-
ing. Suddenly my o)o was attracted to a
huge black mass w hlch rose like mi ominous
shadow between mo nnd tho horizon. I ask
nt Annlo whnt It was and sho replied!
To her the wonl had n world of meaning;
l mo It bad none. It sliiinlv awakeiiisl In
me n keen desire fur kunw ledge which I Im-
mediately wantisl to gratify.
"Tho itliiel" I said. "I never thought
nbout the inltiu licfnre or we might have
t to see It We'll pull lu nnd go now!
1 o my amazement sho half rosu from lie i
seat and put out her bands as If tn stop me.
.sio hoi she critsi "wo won t go theie
not to the mini'!"
Her face was whlte.aud showas trembling.
though she wns wrapt In the sun's rays as In
a wnrm mnntlu of gold.
v hat s tho m.iltcr.Aniile? ' 1 asked. "Are
) mi nf raid?"
"Yes." she said. "I mu nfrn d of It bo-
cause I know It Is cruel. It Is like a great
black mouth; It seems tn nsk )nu to come
ilnw n mid then It ciushes)oii nud)oud!c.
1 havo seen strung men Uke my father go
down into It happy ami laughing and then
afterward I have seen them brought up dcatl
all so black nnd ch.iiu.-isl mid dicmlful. Oh
ion i tniK aisiiit It I can't bear It!"
rihe shivered again nnd covered her eyes
with her trembling li.iml ns If to shut out
During this conversation 1 had been pull-
ing steadily onward so that tho Imat was
now.upimslto thu cliff surmounted by the
mine. I turned the Isiat's bow shoreward;
then niter n stniku or two I rested on my
oars and liMik.il up.
We were now right below the cliff and the
view from our point of vanuigo was strange
On the very summit of tho crags I saw tho
mining apparatus overhanging the sea. First
n chimney smoking loftily ntthe top; then
another smoking less lottlly half-way down;
then low er dow n nlmost close to the sea lu
fnct n third smoking chimney coimcctisl
with what apearisl tn me to In a small mill-
ing ufllcc. On one side of the cliff till lad
ders were placed to cnablo the miners to
ascend from mid descend to the store; nnd
ho must have a sine foot and strong hand
who could comfortably tread those ladders
round by round the sea mating under him
nnd almost Hinging lis spray artcr lilm as be
went higher and higher. Taking In the
wholo external apparatus In one view chains
nnd pulleys chimin') and cottages posts
mid w Indlng machines seemed to be scatter-
ed over the nholu fnco ot the cliff like the
spreading lines of an Iiiimense spider's web
while In some parts mules and their riders
were trotting up and down a rocky track
whero the iieileslrlan visitor would scarcely
have dared to tread.
1 turned giddy even at sight of tt i rub-
bed my o)cs mid looked again at iny cousin.
Her trembling agitation had passed oil
and she was looking nt me
"It wns silly of mo to talk like that" sho
said; "but I can't help It Sometimes when
I think o' them poor men that have been
brought up ami remember that fattier Is
there It a'most makes me scream I"
"But there's no danger" I said "now J"
"There's always danger I" she returned.
'Tom renruddock said so and I told father
but he only laughed. Ah but I've seen oili-
er laugh too them as Is lying now In the
This conversation sad as It was had Its
fascination for tne -It mado me want to
know mora about the in) story of the mine.
What I saw Indeed was not the mine itself
but only Its outer machinery. The main
shaft Annie told me opened down Into the
solid earth from tho body of tho cliff and
was covered by a trapsloor from which dizzy
ladders led down Into tho subterranean dark-
FIIlST OI.IMI'SR OF TUB MINK. TJNUEtt TIIS
It must not bo supposed that my undo and
aunt although they had adopted me could
afford to allow me U cat for very long the
bread of Idleness. Hail It been necessary
they would willingly have shared with in
their slender means; but It was not neces-
sary. 1 was fourteen )ears of age 1 had re-
ceived a good education and I was In every
way titled to earn my bread. Hut what could
I iloV Jly inclination was for the sea. I
longed to beconio ft sailor; not becauso I had
any particular lovo or ships but becauso 1
had some wild Idea that It might ultimately
be the -means of bringing me to Madeline
Ilesldes 1 must own that I was not exactly
proud or my newly toiuid relations and a
ho'mo which was so different to Munsters.
Sometimes at night when I sat furtively
watching mynncle smoking his pipe luthe
ingle ami my aunt uanung the stockings. 1
fell to wondering what the boys would say
If they saw thorn and my cheeks burned
wuu suatiie. it was on one ot tne so even
ings I ventured to express my wish to go to
sea. .My aunt threw up her Hands lu horror.
"Lawd love the lad I" she cried; "If he
tie atnt I ko n s lamer a'rcndrl You'd 1 ko
tn gaw to sA)' would yeV to Slander over the
faco of the earth and die like your father
did without a roof to enwver your head? A
sailor! Itwd lovo fee and why would you
bo a sauorr'
I stammered something about wishing to
work lor my living When my uncle 'cut tny
explanation short by patting me on the head
"You'm a good lad I'm glad to hear 'ee
talk saw; but there's no cause for 'co to gaw
to say. .-You'm a comln'to work wl' me
-"In the mine I" I exclaimed In delight for
my strong desire to go down tlio shaft was
growing; but ray uncle rhook his head.
"Naw naw lad; tho mine be only for big
coarse men like me; a slip of a lad like you
will be better whar you'm gawlng Inta tho
"Theofllc9l"I repeated my ardor being
"Have 'eo flxod It all Tawin?" asked my
To U OmtinuA
M. srl'MASN. nro. Iran
Neumann & Icke
Wholesale and retail dealers In
highest:cash phige paid for
(liKklsdellmed nroinnlly (o any part of tho
tWAll wo auk Is a trial tnrtmrlne tho pun-
lio that wo sell frtwtdi at mrk-t Kit torn prices
and giro them the best articles.
COR.E. COMMERCE AND LIVE OAK STS.
Telephone No. 177. 4-Wm
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21 COLLEGE PLACE HEW YOHK.
Must of tb. dUnuM which sffllct m.nklnil ir. nrixtn-
.lljc.aiwdtf.diirltnloon'lition of tb. LIVER.
Far .11 onmiil.ini. of tbl. kind ucb . Torpl.litr of
thalJrer Ikllon.nsM N.rrou. Hr.nspsis. InillitM
ii'm irrwi.mr m tQ. noweia uunrtipation Tlo
I nd Favor. Draakbon. Fa
rhuw. Imu fif Anpi-tit llaadacha Fuul Jlraath
I. Invaluable. Itl.not.
""rllDC dl.sa.asirftb. LIVER
111 VSJXLB STOMACH .nil BOW ELS.
It cUiwm III. vtitDplatl'in fn.m a waiv yallaw
lln(e to m.l Ir. baalllu n.lnr. It anllralr n
luw. l...mr qHriU. It I. n .f tbe BEST AL-
TERATIVES nnd PURIFIERS OS THE
BLOOD and Is A VALUABLE TONIC.
F. Ml. brl Dmitl-H. I'ricaSI.OQ rl.tlla.
C. F. STADICER Pioprlotor
-OS0. FRONT ST. Philadelphia. Pa.
Excelsior Planing Mills
Contractors and Bulklors.
Sash Doors Blinds.
IM.WIzi- flash. Doors and llllmls iiiu.1i. on
liort notice. tcro1l f awing Turning 1'tc to
order. Hloru and 1 1 111 Fitting a specialty.
nmcc AND MILL:
Travis St.. Cor. Avo3 C nnd D.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
'ThC LIGHT RUHKIHQ
HAS 110 EQUAL.
Hgtt Heme Sewing MacMne Co.
SOl'-'-sEqsSD.K.V. C-'cjitj 111. St. Uuli Mo.
' A.a.i':''!. M.-? T jt. Ean Francisco Csl.
Carriage ti Wagon Shup
CORNER HOUSTON STREET AND AVENUE I.
Special attention given tot ho manufacturing
of CarrtatfOB HutrifloB And Wag-ons Jn all lti
brHnuhes. Alio to SHORINQ OF 110KSK3.
N. H. ramtlnir Trlinmlnir and llepainnjf
hort notice. All I a&lclfl a trial.
Plana ipoclQcatloni and 'all Information
detlred by tUoao contjpmplatlzitf to build fur
J 8. AI.XXAKIIIR AHOI A. Al.r.IAKIitll
rrctldpiit. Asslstsnt Cashier.
Texas National Bant f San Antonio
tit Comm.rs. Street.
Airrlinuirr.il CAriTAl. t "rAOuC
k cismi BAaKino susiaut trasjacteo.
Visitors' ItcKlMcr kept In our mdinr-nmn
hcro slraturers In the city an. tnvlust to call
J S. TlliiltKTilN. Pres. J. W. (luss V. 1'
TRADERS' NATIOHAL BANK
OF SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
A Gonoral Banking Businoss.
F. GROOS & CO.
And Dealers In Exchange.
DAN ANTONIO I I I TKXAH
LEONIDAS D. DIBBLE
Attorney at Law
And Notary Public.
Nil. 210 WrSTCflMMKIlCK Stiikrt
SAN ANTONIO TKXAS.
N.relfoteil. Joseph Shsly
1 Dolorosa street tK-tween Mnln
ami Mllltarr I'latsa.
Live Stock Exchange
IIUItKAU OF INFOItMATIIl.-s.
Bell & Bro's
No. 331 (Vimmerfte Btriet
Silyer and Plated Ware
tfMHlt tiliil lnin-Iiilrici
Invito tu cull.
Silvor and Plated Ware French
Clocks and Bronzes Brazilian
Chronometers Repeaters Chronographs
And Old Knull.h Watcha. thoran-thly
NO. 253 COMMKRCK STItEET
..-.. San Antonio Toxas.
Storekeepers nowkeep it forSale
3fanr l-nklnff ry-wdt
re ytrf prrnlolouii
f biw nVant Mi
care for the Under
u-Utu littlo cUMn'U
contAlnnnoim of tho bail qiialltlcM of tal(Infr
ix)wili'i-MHMla or laleratu. It contains no
hurtful liigrwllt'nt no alum or amnioulo
All ChomUts who hare analjred Bea Foam
cnrniiiPtid IU 1 loujwboepcra v ht hat e uri It
will limnnonthHr. Oookn -mIiomu lxt f ITortti
luve fnlltol with otluT powders are juMlant
n t r 8ou Toaui. vin time saves uort uvea
itln iiMtlvelyiuiviimtl. AbRoluWypuiti.
UmxI hy Hit adinic holeU and mitauranta
tn New York rity and throughout tho country.
Fur aalo by ail llrhKlikia prvctm.
QANTZf JOXK8 0 CO.
17G Ihtane SYM X. lr.
Diamonfls WatcliBS Jewelry
XI and :t Main Pl-iia Kir Pranlh Butting.
Urirf nndniiollrniofpi-rlnirand HutnmerPanv
pica nf Hult I'nttcrna whlli will m ordered aa
ilfalrrd. Hult tnado to nnlrr at New York
price and tit Kuaranteed. ITnlfonna for or-
iratilicalloiiH h PMc(Wtj. A n-w inctliodi of
reiioratlnir olnthlnir a-uarpft lng tho color
Hepalrlnfr promptly done. H-W-flnj
C. R FROMMER
Book-Binder and Ruler
Opp. Courthouse - - Son Antonio
All klmls r lllli.llUK anil llullng lUmo with
nf-Htncti ilurntilllty niul dl.stcti.
OnintS'tltlnn 111 prlc-i-s dpflnl.
310-312 Military Plaza.'San Antonio Texas
Tlnwar. A-ral. Ironwar. and llulldars' Ilardwars.
l'aluts. Oil. Uta... Nail.. Cutl.rj Eto.
Agent for the Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
tTho (Iri atMt l.nlKr-Bavlinr M ".chine)
For Farrr & tjo.'a Ctbratd
ii iinvnuin itanvfaa i
r.ANIllllCTII'H (lAIUIKN MKEI1H
Fence Wire ot E?eryDescrlption and at Lowest Prices.
"CITY DRUG STOREA
8 COMMERCE STREET.
rAlwtt)i on hand a full ai
refullr cun pounded at all boun
JAS. D. DEVINE
24 Solodad St. One Door North
S.riUl.nr "f "'.'"-r. L0"'"'1 ''l.t "rsHlMsdruic store. Prfwrlptlons will bemsds . spool'sltr.
nd pwpuriHl lit Kll hours with csro anil dlipalch. fT-Tolcphone No.
.I-C-jntS-niphlhrrU Croap. A.lhm. Bronchlll..
v n bk m wmm
rTll "lU WSM "rVndTh'e font0
ro or -nt hy itrll Tor aow. a lUmpi . a. JOfT WHON CO .
MAKE HENS LAY!
Powder ! bolutlj
Six onm br oxprtM prpld. for Ca.Oa
I will put up $500 that I can take
DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER
And cure any case ot Syphilis
tee a perfect and permanent cure.
D. P. BARR
Solo Affont for tbe State
Northwest Corner Main Plaza San Antonio.
A. T. Hensley & Son
st-ccn-soRS to souu vriuis
Wholesale and Ilotall Dealers In
Colors in Oil and Japan Plate and Window Glass.
Strictly Pore White Lead
Boiled and Raw
233 East Honston Street
EXOtLSIOri MANUFACTURING CO. 8T.L0U.8.
LEROUX & COSQROVE Dialers in
JUST RECEIVED I
A Lame Stock of New Goods
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
tct suits orthe-FINESTlMTOItTEDOltroMKOTCCTOTOra-tfeuplnth.
u especially to jrour onlor at modorato price. bj VALENT1N8 LOUaA. th.
or Commerce street near brldire. Onljr Drit-class workmen emplorel and Hi
best trminiliigs used. A fit guaranteed.
VAL. LORRA ropuiar.Tiior.
SAN ANTOHIO TKXAS
Real Estate and loin
Ococnil Anst for Adsms Wlokes' loll tUK
Impi-ored proprtr In sll (wrtt of tb. tr
Speclsl stt.ntlon (old to Lands tn bouUvmI
Offlco J73 West Commro itrMt.
Two- Brothers Saloon
Corner Commerce and Alamo Strettt
Keep tbe Flneit-Im ported Wlnet Cbaav
parnei and Liquor. Specialties Id the loMt
brandi of Domcitlo and Imported Clran.
Come and ie Flrstctaaa rentlemen'a f
tort. Fine lunob daily at 10 o'oloek a. m.
Conk Ntovas. Chamnlon Ilar-
SAM ANTOHIO. TEXAS.
of Courthouse San Antonio.
Nanvalau Bli.limatl.m. Bla-Mtlnt at tnn
1. Johnston It Co.. BoAob Maw.
' itiw men
hnJlk hm iB th world. Will po-alti-ril tnirTmr
all dlMtiH of bvns.
! worth JU wolcbl
io void. IltvotrftUii
book by tntUl fi-M.
or Scrofula on earth and guana-
Linseed Oil Etc.
OPINION OF AH EXPERT
Mra. Hair ! Welch. Tahr o( DomaatU
KooDomy at Sta4 VnlraraUj of Iowa.
MMy deliberate )udioent la that tho oren
o( tho Ilange as compared with otbera
Is not only nxnro equally Xpatod In etery
part front aa veil aa rear but aa a reault
ot Its Bupcrior ventuatloa the food placed
therein Is better cooked while retaining ft
sweeter flaror. and a larger proportion of
Ita best Juices I hare found also that the
consumption ot fuel lnthUBanefor agiTtn
uiuouut of work! Is much less.tuau any other
MRS. MARY B. VmXJDTL
Hardware 6oue aqknts for 8an Antonio
wilt bo Sold - -
Commerce St. near Brtdg-e.f
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