San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 327, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 3, 1886 Page: 2 of 4
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AOBNTSt JOHTIIK UUIIT.
S C. tlCCKWITM NKW YuIIK
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Nil-snxCiituxMa ST. Louis
Oto. I". ltnwiLL On Niw Yonk
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1886.
Tiik 1'aclHc slope Joins the ranks of
the republicans and will give a republi-
can legislature to California.
Cook county (Chicago) republlcani
claim the election or their entire county
ticket with the possible exception ofthe
Tiik great argument lor a republican
enngreas Is that the country Imperative-
ly demands protective legislation and a
Iowa bat wheeled Into republican line
and elected ten out of her eleven con-
greatmen. Her state majority will
double that of two years since.
Wisconsin will fall Into line as a re-
publican state after this year. Her gov-
ernor this year will be a republican and
her legislature antUletuocratlc.
Countiko noaes and calculating
chances for 1838 will be the great em-
ployment of this week. After that.bus-
Inns. Tiik Indications Tre favorable for a
chinge In the solid democratic delega-
tion to congresa from Virginia; one re-
publican Yost or the Staunton district
Is probably elected.
Ohio returns show a net republican
gain of nearly 41X10 In the 3Vi precincts
heard from. This would Indloatn a very
lnrno gain In the state and a change in
the congressional delegation.
Tim Increased sales of Henry Ueorge'a
works owing to his candidacy for the
ma) oralt or New York to which he
had no show of being elected will net
him $25000. This Is business aagaclty.
Tiik light la on In Cincinnati between
the river men and the railroad men on
the bridging of the Ohio. The river
men are making a hard light for their
Tiik mud scraper and the hoe as an
Implement or street cleaning oould be
very advantageously uaed on many of
ouralrecta Just now and noone would
crl Iclse the propriety ofthe action.
Ok tiik three hundred and eighteen
members of congress elected yesterday
how many were republican how many
demouratlcf An anxious country awaits
Haiitsun the noted nihilist voted In
New York yesterday. He took out his
naturalization papers Saturday. Such
men have neceaaltated the know-noth
Inglim of hodjo polltloal movements In
New York and Chicago.
Tiik Waco Examiner keeps on explain-
ing that Dartow doet not want an ofllce
but or course ityt nothing about de-
clining that which as yet Is only an ofllce
In future The editor of the Waoo
morning dally has earned hit secretary-
ship and noone doubtt that he will re-
ceive hit reward.
Tiik Central Labor Union Campaign
committee of New York sent a request
to Governor Hill that he would Issue a
proclamation agalntt the use of money
In Influencing votes according to law.
It would have been of at much service
as the pope't bill agalntt the comet.
Money makes the mare go politically
West Virginia pollea larger republi
can vote than two years since and re'
elect! her old republican congressman
Ooff for the First district. Returns
from the other districts are too meager
to predicate any opinions unon. The
republican vote teems to be generally
Heavier man mat or two yean tince.
Ir tiik old cry of At Ohio goes In an
on year to goes the county In a presi
dentlal election meant anything. It
looks squally for the democracy. The
old Buckeye ttate bat given the spoils
party a terrible disc eye thla round.
Tm Corput ChrlitUm are very anxlout
to greet their Sin Antonio frlendt at the
gulf end of an excursion by rail over the
Juat completed line of the Arantat rati
The event It being arranged for and
will probably come ofl one week from
to-day. Clam-bake and oyttert on the
half shell will be provided ad libitum.
Tiik New Orleans Times-Democrat
hat taken up the flithl moat vigorously
against the American Oil Truat com-
pany; which bears about tho annie rela-
tion to cotton teed oil that the Htanilard
Oil company of Payne tlo to the coal
oil business of Iho Pennsylvania oil re-
glona. The Trust company U a kI(C-
tlo monopoly reaching out Ita liaml to
rake In every oil mill In the cotlon ills-
trials of Memphis' anil New Orlcana and
by controllng production regulates the
price of aetd and compela every planter
to tell hit) seed at Juat such prices at are
determined upon by the cotton teed
ring. The Immense volume of wittered
stock owned by the concern must return
Itt regular Interest the same at legiti-
mate Investment no matter what bur-
dens are laid upon the planter to support
this monopoly. As toon as an Independ-
ent mill attempts to run the agents or
the Truat company are sent on tho
ground and the prices of seed lorccd up
until the mill Is compelled to cease buy-
ing or manufacture oil at a ruinous cost;
the Immense volume of the transactions
of I lie company making a fow dollars
more per ton for seed a mere noth-
ing for the short time necessary to
olote out a rival with Individual capital.
The result Is that cotlon seed which
formerly represented to the planter no
Inconsiderable portion of his profits
from cotton culture. Is now selling with-
out any profit to him and Ibu result In
the end will bo to largely curtail the
cotton ralalng Industry and compel the
planters to turn their attention to other
Industrie!. The Times-Democrat has In-
curred the emnlty ol Iho ring by Us
open fearlcts advocacy of the planter's
rights and Its exposure of Hie monopoly.
For this It hat been ecverely censured
by the "Hour." whose columns are
opened to the ring as their champion.
The Times-Democrat lights the light
manfully but agalnat Immense odds.
A raw years since and It was ft dis-
grace to an Kngllsh nobleman to be en-
gaged In business; now scores of them
are coming to the front and are among
the keenest business men In the United
Kingdom. Lord Hampden has recently
Joined the ranks of the Industrious nnd
has started a gllt-edgcd dairy In a large
acale In the village of Glyndu which he
manages with rare skill.
Tux era of low prices for agricultural
products secma to have come to stay.
The acres tinder cultivation not only In
America but In Africa and Asia are
multiplied every year and the overpro-
duction must crowd prices to the lowest
possible llgurr. While prices remain
low wages will not maUrlally advance.
The Idlers waiting for work aro ready
to step Into every vaoancy that presents
Itself and wisdom counsels thoae who
have employment not to recklessly
abandon their situations. Winter Is ap
proaching and work will be none too
plentiful. The necessities of life mutt
be secured and If no more oilers better
consider consequences before refusing
ven that for a possible better.
Tiik self satltlled ones who cast the
horoscope of Texas' coming greatness
and locate her more Important cities
yet leave Dallas off their charts an
reckoning without thelrbost. The I wo
fair city ennnot be distanced In the
merciat race however the may be
In the back ground on paper. The city
of northern Texas la Dallat.
Tiik time has almost coiuo for somo
uno to nrltc nnd remark that our elec
tions coine quite too frequently for the
good ol business and tho belt Interests
or government. If all our terms or olllce
were double In length the country
would gain greatly In the elllclency ol
Its civil tervlcu while the expense of
elections would be greatly curtailed.
Tiik pay of state senators and incm
hers of tho house of representatives In
Texas la Just sufficient to render It nec
essary to send Inootupctent men or
men who will take advantage or the sit
uatlon to secure n remuneration fo:
their services which the stato denies.
Would It not be better to takeaway all
pay for legislative servloes and let the
members forage for a living upon those
who have axes to grind ? No compe
tent man of business can allord to lose
hit time and cripple bis business for the
present pay; no Incompetent man thould
be sent. The law means well but It
don't work well.
Tiik meager returns received from
several sections of the stato show that
there was an unexpected gain In the re
publican vote. The ttate ticket will
not receive nearly so large a majority as
In 18.34 Not ft congressman outside or
this district will receive the majority of
two years ago and In the local offices
the democratic majorities will range all
he way from last election's tlguret
to zero. This much seems certain the
high water mark of democratlo majorl
tlet In Texas hat been reached and the
ebb hat already set In; the majorities
will grow leas and less and beautifully
lest with a rapidity proportioned to re-
publican wisdom and political Integrity
until the state will be classed among the
doubtful onet and It will be necessary
to nominate the best men In order to se-
cure an eleotlon When that time comes
Texas will be better governed than
Whkx the returns are In and the
majorities footed up and the members or
the legislature known look out for ac-
tivity In the senatorial camp. Heretofore
the candidates for United States eenato
have only been deploying their advance
on the skirmish lines; now they will
bring up their heavy artillery and field
gunt at well at their solid masses of In-
fantry and go In for a regular pitched
battle. There will be no mistaking the
candidates from now on
Wukx a man Is kicked out or the dem-
ocratlo party In Texas for free trade
principles openly advocated and the
kicker Is kicked off the free trade plat-
form of the national party by the declar-
ations of the party Itself which of the
two really remains In the old party any
way? In other worth Is Sam Itandall
the democratlo party! or bit free trade
opponents who vote four-fifths of tho
ttrength of their party In congress
There were more tlckettto the tquare
Inch thll election all over the country
than waa ever before known In the hit-
oryor American elections. Banrran-
Cisco leads the ace with twelve muni
cipal tickets. Thero were live slate
tickets In the Held and the count will
try Iho patience and the metal or the
1'iik Now York Tribune comm nllng
on the absence ofOen. Garland from the
unveiling ceremonies at New York.sayt
'If It hAd been statue of 'Iteform
Knllghtenlng the World' with a l'an-
Klcctrlo torch ho would have been on
hand to doff his cap to the Goddess. Not
satisfied with saluting her he would
have winked at her very hard."
If tiik preaent legislature or Texas
Just electid.wlll take ft now departure;
nil de vise ror us tome wny oi present
ing crime they will have earned the
blessing ol their constituents. We have
already abundant ways of punishing
crime. Let itt ltavo tome methods ol
preventing It and we will thank you at
state no matter wnoeiecteu you iuoi-
Tiik town line has been drawn at
Dickenson College l'a. nnd a young
colored student who graduated with
hlrli honors at the Philadelphia high
achool has been refuted admittance be-
came his hide was not its white as hit
ntnl powers were brilliant. That col
lege has dlagraced Itself and Pennsylva-
nia thould feel mortified over the affair.
There Is no color to mind. The race
question Is out of the account In such
caacs os there Is no problem of ft social
AM'TtiHt question to be decided by
yesterday's election Is How farlhe pro-
hibition vote Is likely to figure In the
campaign of 18Kx? If no material In
to Is noted over vote oi isai we
may reasonably hope that thero will not
be much change In 1SH. If tho reverse
Is true and the rettirnt show a material
Incrcato of the prohibition vote over
that of last It will decreate the chances
or republican victory In lS.S8.Tbe prohi-
bition party has been under St. John's
leadership tho sworn enemy of republi-
canism. Tiik sacrifice of Amerloan Industries
for the benefit of foreign manufacturers
la one of the principal questions Involved
In the election returns for which all are
waiting to anxiously. Tho labor Inter-
ests aro safo only In the lmndt of pro
tectionists. Tho republican pnrty Is
the only protectionist party In the Uni
Caiii.ih.k democratic speaker of the
liniitc of renresentatlves camo very near
being sent to "Coventry" In yesterday's
election. Ills own town or Covington
which gave him !)00 majority two years
since went against blm 1000 votes lie It
probably elected aa the democratic par-
ty will he taved by the skin of his teeth
Tiik tolld south remains solid. Ita
solldllled democracy could not
fractured with a charge or dynatu
The north shows signs or becoming
more solidly republican than It was two
years Ince. It Is this solid south neces
sitates n tolld north. Tho one Is the
complement of the other.
Mr. J. M. Norrla an old resident or Home.
(Ik. snja that ho hail bi-eu badly troubled
timet could scarcely wHlk and bad tried many
remedies without bciieiit until no win
Inir l-.l-trln llltlera and unuolntliiir hla
ami Oil with llucklrn'a Arnica Mite. Tbla
treiitinent afforded him great relief and be
ida l'.lectrlo Hitter
nev t'otnolalnta or
mWO- Fine bulldmit lota lor aale aliu 110x170
l of T. 11. Johnson I.ioiit oltlco.
1 A HAfl Subscribers to tho Weeki.v Li
lU.UUU wanted at oiiIt tl a year.
1701t KENT A Nicely Kurnlshedomce i
ablo for Iiti
- cotiitnlolon office i
IV locutcd. I
DAY AND NIGHT.
Special Dlnlnir l'nrtora for I.adlea. Every-
No. 222 East Houston Street
ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN BAKING!
MEATS ROASTED IN THEIR OWN
JUICES BY USINO THE
WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR
FOUND EXCLUSIVELY ON THIS
LOSS IN SHRINKAGE OF MEATS.
Vrtfpwpli knowlh.tthaj fihrlntiff of MmU
rotuUdla scliMova U from thlrtr-fit to fortvixr
cent AllnMtcoDUiBstTatr-avMri.Lof wlr
f nd only tw.tr-a mi (wDLotMlldniatUr. tho
rtuloa ol taoiuionwhlch U tb tit1 VaYftTor MT
Effect of the SOLID OVEK Door
mMt.tltowl'n SOMOl thm pound Kn1VJroinMf
ct Jtsiro. Uhilotho lou lV4l-rrDt.o tb ioUl
wefilht. It Bhowa tb MUirilWU Lou Of tint CU
v Stuo rot lumtiAiio ciioulam and puci Uxiu
It beirhi tn juirlfr
1 rnrlour. crupilro lls
1 with tbo eruptions joti thould
tiki Aiker's lllotnl r.llllr. which Ihorouihlr
cleanse Iho bltNxt and rlda the. system of all
linptirllM. Itajrianu a uo agent. Ban aiiio-
nln Texas. a
For Bale Rent or Kxchanffe.
In WOacro ranch with tanks plenty of
ter. vimij frame houpo and barnil rr.l acres
r hav land all miles Irnmcltr. Would pre
fer to exchanire for larirer ranch not to near
Also. AO acres of tine land four mllea from
city. fenced am
Ity. Apply to
T. II. J OH WHO!
The Ilest Salve In the world for Cult
Drulsca Bores Ulcers Salt ltheum
Wvrr Korea. Tetter. Channed Hands.
Chilblains Cornt and all Hkln Erup-
tions and positively cures 1'llee or no
pay requirru. it is guarant jeu to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
l'rlco 13 cents per box. For tale by A.
Advil to Mothara
Mra. Wlnalow'a Hoothlnsr Svrun
should always b used for children
teething. It sooths the child aoflcni
the gums allcyt all pain curct wind
colic and It tho best remedy for diar-
rhoea. 3A cents a bottle. 7-W-lrr
A Well-known FACt
It that voueanbur ready-made clothing
cheaper at Joake llrothers than any
where else. Their $10. f 12 and llCsillts
are the handsomest anil best for the
money ottered in this market.
causea which underl.o ail III te
lit-m drspeata lllio lianeof
uno 111 natured and cliurllsli out or usiiik
er'a IHapcpala Tabkta this may Iwavert-
ami even cured. TliniiianuructUrcrsa'uar-
e ttiem to cure dyajieiiala conatliMtton
r stomach and hcart'trimi. Price 2f cents
Ikii. Itavlaiid V Co airelits. Hall Antonio
i.knnwu oicliestnt la prepared to
furnish Oratelaat liiualo for lialla parties.
I. Mum. etc. miruclli:
dress a;i; Acciuliitn
-t. San Antonio Texa
1-' 1). ZiiTTAlit.l.l.t leader.
Notice to Insurers.
On and after November 1. ISSfl. all
policies of tiro Insurance will be deliv-
ered only on pnymennt of premiums In
cash at the time of delivery.
FANKIK 11. t LORIAN
W. A. HONVNOB
Smith A Co.
N. A. Youkci
It W. Iay Co.
T. F. IliiAliv.
10-1 1-1 ill
Important to the Oleic.
When the srstein becomea enfeebled either
tlirnuKh lonir Illness or itml-niitrltlon. when
lie Utireslltu lllncllons are llilimircu. Him cn-
lairs taku "llanlftiiil a bi renin ncninir
B)run a compound or tno nj popiioipinics
which haa no cuual In tho treatment of con-
idlon bronchitis Kcueral debility ana
of eipeclal value irlvlnif "tone" to tho atom-
ach and Imparting vliror to the s stein.
proprietors. K'o. s Kaat Commerce at tret. Han
Annual Mooting of stockholders.
Tho regular annual meeting of stock
holders of the Han Antonio A Aransaa
Pass Ita II war company will be held at
the olllces of the oompany on Saturday
November 0 1880 at ten o'clock a. ni.
u. joTT rresiuent.
11. P. YoAKUM.;Sccretary. 10-b0t
Ore at excitement has been cuu
I lit the vl-
cl nit)' or mrm Texas uy tno
emeryoi iir. j tu. i-oriey.
ho could not turn In ixtl
.1. K. Cni-lcv. who hum no hi'lnlc
r MHiv suit I ho was nil
rifll iKittli of Dr. Kin it'
h nciit him. Kliullnir relief ho touirht
Iftriro bottle nnd a box of Dr. KIiir's Now Life
ruis; iy mo iimo ne nau uikcii iwo ih;
I'll Is and two Imttlenor thu Dlttcovery h
well and hnd trained In Meffh 'M iwunds.
llottles of this (Irt iit Discovery for t'onsuinp-
t Klectrfo Hitters as lhoerv
I'M remedy r.very iwuio sow ima jmcn re-
let In every cone. Onomiuitook clx bottles
nd whs cured of rheumatism of 10 yean
tamlintr." Abrahnm llnn( nruirirlst Hell
Illu.Ohlo. mil rum: "The best sell In medl
inu 1 have ewr bundled In tnv'Ji) icurs exit"
ithern hat e added their tent Imony. so that tho
erdiet Is uimnlmous Hint Klectrfo llltte
uro all (liscaaeM of the live
Only ti half dollar a bottlo at A. Hit I
all coughs (especially chronic
thmaund consumption. This
splendid remedy can bo linu or itagianu tV uo.
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK and SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Tha Genulna hat TridMrlc and crew ted Rti
Uoea oo wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
HILTON & YOUNG
Real Estate Insurance and Loan Brokers
OrriCEi No. 41 Holedad street. Next
to Patterson St Scudder's bauk. Third
door from Houston street San Anto-
Investment and Loan Agents.
llavo Lands for Farms Gardens. BtocK
Hanohes and Colonies. Will give reli-
able Legal and lluslncsi Information to
Owners and Purchasei s tn rcferenoe to
Titles Taxes and Value of Lands In
Forty Years Residence in Texas.
THRIIRALTIIFUI. AND NUTHITIOOS
ho Flour tho Strentrth-irlvlng
it aro removed" with the bran
required by tho aratcm. No
George H. Kaltoyer
SAN ANTONIO - TEXAS
Ban Antonio Tex. Julr 1 18&
I purchancd In thll cttr a package of Prof.
HortfonTi 8elMlatlnK Uroad Preparation
and submitted It to a chemical r lamination
and llnd that the name is comjwBedof puro
The Idea of Prof. Hoiaford was indeed a
Krand one In supplanting- tho tndlircstlblo tar-
tarate of inda. which li alwari the end result
of all Ilakltiff Powders composed of Cream of
Tartar and Soda by tho soluble phosphate of
lime and soda the very nutritive value of
bread and the bone-prod u el nr elements of
n At uro.
It Is certainly the beat and mot healthy
bread-ralslnir preparation ever offered to the
public and every mother that lias the health
of her children at heart should use no other.
.only Join In the endorsement Klven by
the lato celebrated chemist. Prof Ilaron V.
LlcbtK.to this preparation In Buying j "I con-
slder this Invention mono of the most useful
gifts which science has made to mankind."
For Sale by all Qrocero. Try It.
KINDLY NOTE IT I
We 1-eir to notify our friends und the nubile
illicit the riiatronairp. A fu noof mire
iiruus. Kitiei articles nnu uruvirisi imuries
hand. Prescriptions a spiclalty.
OFFICB-No. 11 IlKVINK IIUII.DINO.
8AN ANTONIO TEXAS
HAY AND GRAIN.
. Pikkck Junction.
Fine Johnson Grass a Spiclalty.
r orders promptly Ailed and satisfaction
guaranteed. Telegraph or write for
Offic-24 Weit Nueva St. San Antonio.
The Little Bee-Hive
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURING
All tho latest and modern styles of Boots
and Shoes on hand and made to order on short
notice. Custom work a specialty. Men's DooU
soled and heeled for II
ERNST LAN0E Proprietor
118 BAST HOUSTON ST. . SAN ANTONIO
Seffel & Herwiek
Ornamental Plain Sign and House Palnten
Alamo St Opp. Scholz Hall
All work first-class. Charges reasonable.
Give us a trial.
Bargains For Sale For Rent
two Mlltrini. mithniisei and lanrfl
lou nouso rran new ana nioejy nnisneu
fruit and shade trees: centrally locate
Terms flGOu cash balance In IS months. Ad
aress x. u. j o n k son lamrr omco.
327 E. Houston St.
Has been Thoroughly ltenovatod and Is Pre
pared to Furnish the
Best Beef Hittoa nil Veal.
FISH AND OYSTERS
DELIVERED FREE OF C II A ROE
US-Orders taken by Telpbone No. SCO
Open from 3 a. m. until 8 p m
In nil colors nnd patterns Shomlnh Cloth. Cnincl Ilnlr. fltrrro
Tricots Melange All-Wool Sncldngs Cnslimcrcs Dcbcgcs I'ongcH
etc. SILKS plain and in ail tlio newest colors and styles. Dress'
lanncis uuuerts .icrsoy stripes aollil nnd lirocadeil velvets
lushes Embroidered ltobcs Cotiibmation and Crosbnr Suits.
SCARFS. KISIIUKS JIUAIUS 1IUXT0NS AND ALL
OltNAMKNTUD WOItlC AND MATK1UAL
IN LAItOK QUANTITIES.
Wedding Suits Cork Screw Cloths.
rilot Cloth French Cassiuicrcs and
ii suns aim Bcjmrnic;. w-j'xira
i a larger nortinent of
couslMliur of IS I Iks Mole Thread; Lain-
aookaby tho ear load If reijulred
From the best manufacturers In the country. Such as Sailer Lewln A Co. of
Philadelphia; Goodrich I'orter Sweet and llonil of Haverhill and many factories
of Boston New Vork J.ynn and other manufacturing centres. Ladles can be fur-
nished with the best Sewed Shoes or French Kid l'ebble Goat and Berne button
loco nr nnni!! In Iho n.nul .ltl. An Vur..l.n Uk. I. . ...I.I.J I..!...'
bu0 grain bun sewed standard eorew and neirfted. Our Fourteen-llutton Oaltera
are reoommended from the cheapest to the highest. Old Ladles' Shoes with low
heels a specialty. Flannel-I.lned and Trimmed Slippers In large quantities.
SOCIETY LADIES AND SCHOOL OHUiS WILL FIND
WHAT THISr WANT IN THEIlt KESl'EOT.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Aro removed to tlio lower lloor for tlio spoclal bencflt of customers.
Parlor Sets of tlio latest patterns and styles ns well ns all Household
Goods of tlio various kinds now in tho market on hand.
Main Plaza and Acequia
INTERNATIONAL AND GREAT
SOLID T IE3 .A. I nsr s
WfthAll Modern Improvements Throutfh Uotwoon
Galveston and St. Louis
Without CUinrout (Jars of uujr
Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Washing
ton Philadelphia New York Boston
And OtberlPrlnclpal Cities In tbe
NORTH AND EAST.
tVTraln leavlnir San Antonio at 6:3U a. in. ha. Pullman Hotel Car rla Denlson througb
to St. Ixiula. tW rmtn louvlnirSaii Antonio at 4:01 1. m. has Pullman Palaco Sloeplntr Car
J. S. MncNAMARA
Ticket Agent. Comineroe Street Katnpiuan
H. P. HUGHES
1 A Houston. Tex.
SAN ANTONIO & ARANSAS PASS RAILWAY
Until furtber notice our trains "111 run as follows Dally eioept Sunday;
(IN KFFKCT SEIT. 3 1880.)
I.uvk But Antonio 8:00 a. u.
Arrive at Bkkvillx 4:18 r. u.
BouTnnocND Triins Liivc IJkkviixk 4:45 r. u.
ARiuviat Mksqcitil 8:45 p.m.
Northbound Tiuma Lkavk Mksquital 5:40 a. h.
" ' " Bkeviixe 0:&5a. at.
Arrive at San Antonio 6:30 r. at.
Connoct at San Antonio with Missouri Paelflo and Southorn Paclflo llallwarst at Tlores
vlllo with Htao Lines for Biithcrlaud Hprlngs Ploasanton and Lavernlat at Kenodr for
Helena: at Pettus for Minoral City and maklnir close back connection at Mesqultal for Corpus
President and 0nerl Mana(tr.
(Late with Illoe Dorn
DROP IN AND SEE US
Building Material of alt kinds shapes or sixes. A'larire assortment)! OrnaraenU
Oooda always in stock. We keep oonitantly on band large quantities of the ntrer ret sur.
passei' J. HalSOh'S Barb and Fenoe Wire. w are suooessfu' competitors In prt.
and roods. Come and etconTlnoei.
SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT - - SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Diagonals Frock and Sack Suits
Tricots (L'ante Vests nnd Coats
largo sizes lor Dig people n specialty.
Hero Is tho place to get your money back.
Tho best l'laln Hiid Fancy Htalrta In Lawn
Linen and l'laln Cotton Goods assorted
WimiI flhlrts In nil colorx sizes and ptrces.
l'lald Whims for Children nnd Hoys fancy
and ornamental. In fact the best stock of
St. San Antonio Texas.
NORTHERN R. R. DIVISION.
San Antonio & St. Louis
Dosurlptlon and Only One Chang-o to
li vlathoAMKItIOAN" S
"ItHDHTAlf'H.H. Una bi
for full Information call on
W. P. SIMMONS.
HulMlutc. Ticket Agent I. & O. N. Depot
B. W. MeCULLOUGH.
0. 1'. & T. A Dallas. Tom
B. F. YOAKUM
Co.. Now Orleans La.)
Hardware Paints Oils Glass Etc.
Stoves Tinware. House Famishing Goods.
BOLE AGENTS FOll
Cotton Plant Stovos and Ranges
The BEST on Earth
New Vork Bnamol Paint Company's Mixed Pain
llust Intbu uurkot. Lariro lino of Hoatlnar
Stovos at Low Prloos.
33 & 35 Webt Oommkbob Stbkkt.
WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
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