San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 348, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 22, 1886 Page: 2 of 4
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 1886'
Tn country llltaken rrst durlnir
tbe corgrrlonl holiday recrss. Small
fa tor thankfully rrc Ivnl; itrt-ater ours
In proportion. When the tinal adjourn-
mrnt contra tbe gladnrie will be ifreally
Titicdem-cracy are troubled over that
inrplu. It la auch new tiling for
drtuocratlo administration tnhave n ettr-
plua on band Ibil they are liken but
with hla pocket lull f applea who neter
bad more tban a bile be'nre.
Tine doty of eonitrefa arcrdlrg tntbe
Neer York World la to prevent the stir-
plui. rot t ipend It. Had the World
KTereed thla alalement It would have
laid down a code that tbe democracy
could have jlrldeil natural obedience to.
Aslt la. tbe difficulty will be In fuUo-
lug oat tbe preaerlptlon of tbe Wor.d.
Tex Itland City la In bard lurk and
Dow abotber dlsasteruus fire cornea to
add Ita miseries and Ita losses to Iboae
already endured. The lo aea are placed
at 1I40. and many poor ' tollies are
homeless bot fortunately no Uvea were
lu nor art there any aerioua caaualtlta
Bzrr lo San Anlofllo leti way ahead
of tbe ew York atoek market In tbe
way of urbar.glBg ttabillty. Cattle
stay drop in price tsuty per cel. bat
butcher' price keep on tbe even tenor
of lblr way utwie! by lb ectreatle
of booelt a u4etre! by tbe re-
tsvncira&ee jC Ir.sCa lcw keepert
Tfc prV aa? 1! it sta Ajteclo u a
fixed evLZSxry. i ax an utywz. cct.
Txx xvc? sJTsdj eno.iceis
Ur eiex axcrf rJte puaiUth-u ba
pot In esteaeff eirtalarum (a Musae
spoils bt Psal ! csr aonarern
cities. Tbe dlea lute tra dlyret.
but tbe coanterfelrera were ooc eaaftt.
Tbecoanterfeita were of t&e tut slie
welxbt and ring aa the arenalee coin and
the milling waa p-rfect Even the ex-
pert! many of ibrm. were deceived.
Tnx lime of Tweed bate come ac;aln
Inqu-erNrw York. They tolerate all
manner of rotleiineia In that democratic
municipality until tbe rotlenneaa be.
cornea unbearable then have a apaatn of
Tlrtuoua purllloatlon find aome poor
oape go t lay all the alna of ailecaile
upon bla unfuruinate bead aent blm
away Into tbe wildernoa ol Hlngrimic
for a leaion and go on aa before. IUn-
dy and aavei a world of every day worry
about municipal boneaty
TniT aurplua In tbe United Btatea
treaaury aerloualy dlatnrbi our deiun.
orallu brethren. Let tbeui poei their
inula In peace. A few yrara of demo
oratio admlnlatratlon In tbla country
have never failed aa yet to reduce an
treaaury aurplua heretofore collected by
their political opponents nnil It la quite
likely that thla prraent will be no ex-
cptlon. When the democracy went
out of power In 18C0. there waa no aur-
plua to complain of If they r main In
power until 1890 the aame condition or
the treaaury may be couHileiitly looked
Tni Colin Campbell dlrtlneaa la end-
ed the couple are atlll married
thuuitb aa unequally yoked a ever; Lord
Colin beara moat of the coat of the null;
the Uod aul morality conoepilim of
divorce which compela the union. In
lloenaed leitalixnd concublnaee of those.
from wboae heana every apark of afltc-
tlon has fle.l thla Idea of divorce Is vin
dicated. Can the sophists mAtn any
good oourse for such a prn'-eedlng? Is
any gain sreur-d to go d morals and
affection by bandlngover such a woman
aa Mrs. Colin Campbell to such a man as
Mr. Colin Campbell hound band and
foot to obey love and serve blm as ber
tlega lord and master? Is It pretended
that any affection exists between them f
If there Is none what la tbelr marriage
bat legallxed oonoublnagef There Is
something awfully rotten In tbo wbole
business. Tbe enforcing of the perpetu
tloo of such a union oertalnly oilers a
premium to coojuital Infidelity to say
tbe very least iteformatlon In tome
quarter li Imperative! needed.
It is kindly suggested In certsln Inter-
ested quarters that Cleveland could do
a very acceptable hualness In the way
of Christmas preaenta by lurnlng out
some bundrtd olllce-liolderf who are not
In sympathy whh his admlnlatratlon
and conferlng the plaoes aa democratic
Christina presents upon tho true
blue. Thu (not It that Oruver has turned
out so many olllue holders since last
Chtlstmaslhat his cletks have loat the
run of the machine and the democracy
are ao culled In their political opinions
that It la dangerous lo run even ou parly
lltiea. lhe mugwump inuat go but to
spot tbe breed Is not so easy. Cleve-
land's peraonal friends are nearly all
mugwuuips and the advice given lo
clean out all republicans must como with
a very poor grace to a man who knows
that outside of the republican mug-
wumps hla friend ate like aniiel's vlalle
few and far between. The democrat fur
office latulKhty liumernuajuit now. The
party Is built upon that substructure
and the Kales of party cunalstency van-
not prevail against It. A year or two
more and the nation will say: "The de-
mocracy Is Joined to Its Idols let It
Tunis Forefathers Day and all New
Kngland and New Knglanders every-
where remember how "I'hu breaklnK
waves dashed high on that atern and
rack' bound coait" Juat 2(10 years ago.
Moat ol the "pllgrlma" who crossed over
on the Matll.iwer In order tt at Felicia
might write her poem are now dad
i roased over I hat ahotrless lea upun
whose farthest ttrand no wintry wave
shall break forevertnure. Itequlscat Is
Tiik prediction Hint the organization
of tbe Knights of Labor Is undergoing
dltlnleKration may be true but tbe evi-
dences of ihnt faut are not clearly dla
rentable to the ordinary vision. The
Knights of Labor have endeavored to
Include all labor organization In one all
embracing organization lor certain pu
llllcal end mainly nnil In this attempt
Ibey have fall d Some of the trailer
unions that at first favored this all-in
lu Ileum of the labor hollies have di-
terinlned not lo endorro the itnorgaiili-
union thus contemplated fleynntl thl-
fact nothing ha developed. Tbe or-
gunlti union of the aeveral bodies form-
ing the Feilurated Trmlea and t lie or-
ganlo existence ofthe Knights of Labor
remain. The disintegration may come
but the sign of It coming are l erialnl)
Invisible aa yet. The allemut. fulling to
Include all In lhe Knlghla of Labor It In
no mean lotions that none are to re
main. The logic of past events and tin
testimony of present fnots tire alike op-
posed to the theory of uronectlvo dis
solution this decade.
Tiik window ol the business bouses
and the carts of evergreen standing on
the plazis speak their own language ol
Chrlatmaa and tho Christ child it Is a
language all may understand but too
Tiik democracy are all torn up over
the queatlon of party lendenhlp. The
anxious ones are enquiring whether
Morrison with Cleveland Manning
Carlisle. Lamar Vest Pendleton et al
r Itandall-backed by lllalne Sherman
E'ltuurdi and their followlng.ls the true
it ad. r of the democrallo boats? When
iloublful things become as uncertain a
Ibal the posltlveness of tbe party I at a
dlacoui.t. It Is not very much wonder
hit the true democracy of the ante-
bellum days feel puzz ed ovr the situ
ation. Then demo rrallo Ideas ruled the
rrpubllcatiddrmocratlcruler had Ideas;
w democrats bold office and republican
Idtai govern the government.
Tux roachers of tbe democracy are of
tbe oplnloo Ibat constructive legislation
u t4A exactly tbe forte of the democracy
ctliff.. The cry la aounded along the
line repeal and keep on repealing fust
so. And then the people will keep on
repealing the election certificates of
certsln repealers until the repealing con-
gres will be fully repealed and Its place
III M supplied by men who have con-
tructlve energy enough to create and
iot merely tear down. Toleardown In
order to build better and greater Is wis-
dom. To tear down. In order lo create a
dust and deceive the Ignorant Into the
belief Ibat Important changes are being
worked la very mll strategy and never
nils tbe bill longer tban fur about one
Judok Ltxch holds court quite regu
larly In lhe west unit southwest this win.
ter. ills decisions are romellmes tem-
porarily demurred to but tbe appeal In
the court of last resort always confirm
the eentence of the court below. At
least no reversal of decision was ever yet
recorded anil not a single oaie has come
back to the Inferior court (or readjudlca-
lion Tiik cattle blockade In northern Texas
Is unprecedented. It sadly cripples the
cattle Interests and eats up the pro 111
ol cattle rllng alarmingly. After all
theee nays a blockade ol 0U0 ears booked
bead rends most dlstmuraglnglr. At
the rale cattle are being shipped It wl I
take until tbe middle of February to lor-
wartime cars already booked. Incom-
petency or worae.
JounsBLiaTioJe.alu.iay la like a draught
ofthe 1'ierlan spring a lltlleoflt la apt
to be dangerous; unlike J mrnallatio
Jealousy however tbe deeper one drink
of the fountain of knowledge tbe less the
TUKlIoutlon Age Is In Its dotage on
the senatorial question. It predicts that
before the first ballot Ttrrell and Ilea-
gan will withdraw and that "Ox-cart
John" and Maxey will make the run-
ning for tbe senatorial race it may
be all go pel but we doubt the sources
of Daniel's Inspiration. The prophet of
the Bayou ulty la not as fully possessed
of tbe spirit of divination as was his
Tiik Dallas Newsgrapplet the weighty
question of the relative coolness of a
low-necked dress and a Mother Hub-
bard for a woman of Ella Wheeler Wil
cox's torrid temperament. The News
leaves tbe question In too much uncer
tainty to be pre-eminently satisfactory
to me inquirer after l hernial truih.
The Art of Convor&atlon.
For the Liuhti
Nothing Is more rare and advanta-
geous than the art of conversation yet
few appear to regard It aa worthy of a
momtnt's thought much less of effort.
Conversation I. to ail Intents and pur-
poses at. art. Many celebrated talkers
were utterly Ignorant of the art of con-
versation ami when they talked mere-
ly Indulged In a monologue that Is In
say they monopolized all the talk and
simply delivered a lecture. Thomas.
Ilabingtim Macauley b longed to thla
class of conversationalists and only
wanted listeners to what he poured
forthwith wondrous copiottaneaa Ad-
dison who In cottaeqiience of hla con-
elltolloual baahfulne ahrank from
general conversation and recoiled from
crowds maintained thero could he no
eurh thing aa ronveraatlon except ho-
t ween two peraona; hut In this opin-
ion he was widely mistaken. He com-
muted tbe mistake of laying down a
general iiitixlm founded upon his own
bahfutnss and hla dread of opening
hla mouth before a promiscuous crowd
ami Jump d to the conclusion that thero
could be nu conversation except be-
tween two Interlocutors who were
friends tut because hla own bntifulnes
realcd his lips antl tied his tongue when-
ever a crowd was present. This waa a
very erroneous kind of generalization
alnce It waa baaing a general maxim
upon an Individual Instance. All men
ar not alllicled wllh the degreeof bash-
lulness under whloh Addleun so pain-
fully labured consequently they are
able to converse either In a small or a
large aesembiy wltu rude or polite peo-
ple with tho learned or the unlearned.
Dr. Samuel Jubnaun was probably the
beat type of a conversationalist to be
found in the antiala of llteraturo. He
was ready to talk to an) body to it
atraigeror a friend to a fellow pas--etigvr
I a stage coach whom he had
never seen before or to a simpering
M as with whom he happened lu be au-
chleilally thrown Into conlncl; to a
learnt d phlloapher or to twenty. He
was by nuture couibntlve and I cllntd
iu maintain tnaupltiloii against all com
era and bitebfuln and tlmlUliy hull no
Prt lu his tuiiipoallloii he hull suf-
tlclent sturillnc. lo mink fur himself
mitl maiilloea enough to maintain iiuy
plnton entt ethlnetl by him no matter
now unpopular It might liHppen lu be
lllhnllioe; hi Ihouglil Uutvitl freelv
unil were clothed In forcible anil teree
language he was by turn huiiiuruu
viityKuronllc on nullo ntid eloquent
mil tils lovi. ofvlttor.i olti ti rnd rul
nliii dogiiiHtlc domineering anil eop'tl-
ilcal In coiuer.itlii.it Oliver Uolilainlili
wliti ki ew him In Imaieiy when 111 a
irutlng hla couveri-ailoiial putier- anl t
lolinaon reminded him ol a foot. pad
who If hla piaiol happened to auap
would "knock a fellow on the head lllm
lite hull end of lhe pllol."
America hit ptoduced hut a small
lumber of mini lit cunvc raatl iialist.
ilnch no doubt wtt owing to uur habits
of Uolntloii an.l tbe wunt of a liltrur)
titpllal such as I'ttn llerlln Vienna
tint London In which literary men Hoik
i to a centre of grnilly Waalin g on la
the natioltnl and pohlicnl capital ol the
in. Ion. but It Is nut mm It irequetiietl bi
literary men and uoiiien. New York
.nil Boston do nut compare with i'urlaor
London a literary i'uilialbecuu-ecom
naralln It few of lhe 111 rury men lu the
union reside In thoe cltlea ami because
ti. li as happen lu rendu lu them arc
cnn eli re. ognlzed socially bj tbenluiu
ttrnts and shoudy aristocrats .-nobs ure
necisnrlly forced to allei t a greater
degree or eaclualveiiess thnti persona
that have belonged lu polite society for
whole general luus anil ivhosetoclnlrank
u llxed and estHbllahed. In Boston and
New York plutocrats men who have
grown rich au.ideiilv. are at the head of
society and these plutocrats nine limes
out of ten are persons ol small educa
tion tune reading ana culture and
totally nevoid of polish of manner and
tdiniraiion lorgeniu; tience they recoil
rom extending social oourieslestomere
literary men wboeonly wealth consists
In their hrattts. The art of conversation
an only be acquired by practice antl
ulllvallon. and the best noselhle school
Tor It Is In society. In parlors or drawing
rooms tilled with men and women of
intelligence and reflnement. The salon
of Cans are nol only capital nurseries uf
good breeding -quite a comprehensive
nu significant pursze out also or the
rt ol conversation from the fct that
onversatlon Is the chief atlruclion and
that scholars authors and travelers are
lordlulfy welcomed. Ill' tbls meana.
conversational talent la cultivated aa
welt as encouraged .
Conversation Is not monologue but
an Interchange of Ideas on the part of as
uauy men ami women as cnooae to par-
Iclnate In the friendly dlscunsion of anv
topfo that may happen lo be started. It
may oe a question ot literature hli-tory
science art religion polltlus poetr
biography Bocialogy or some common
place Itiplc or buusehold allalr. which Is
dl-cusaed. but no matter w hat may be
ine topiciiauiscuaaion oy nan atlozen
peraona from separate standpoints has
upon It the same ellect as looking at
things through a kaleldioscope baa.
I'hls Is one ol the main advnuiages of
uonversatlon the prrsen.allon ol a sub
ject In all pos-lble aspect the correc
tion or me prejuuices or euuoation -the
expoure ol auidtlairy In argiiui-nt the
-llltng oflactsund arguments; by the
conflict ol mind with mind. As Lord
Bacon truly observed conversation
-makes a ready man."
the man or woman who converses
easily and Interestingly. Isalwaja wel-
come In any Intelligent company for
bl conversation Is at once Instructive
and enlerialuli g and tits the effrct of
lun-enlngthe tongues ol all who hear
him Duties who huve lo be brainiest
In order to become du 'es and men that
hate been Jauialcaglngerlzed are not
expected lo enjoy or participate In Intel-
ligent conversation any more (ban
cruwsar ex.ectetl to enjoy the ravish-
ing melody of the nlghteugale
I'he i onversatlon ought never to he
pitched too high 1o admit of Ita being
prtlrlpatcd In by ibe company nor
ought any one periin In the company
to munupollze the talk antl compel oth-
ra to remain allent. We must Induce
otnera to Join In the conversation ttnd
if necea-ary turn It upon some topla
with winuli they are familiar anil ap-
peal In litem for an opinion. Atlilion
aaltl a wise man would learn something
from the conversation or a peasant or a
fool and unquestionably be was In the
We are deficient In the art of conver-
sation simply btcau-e ne enjoy such
meagre opportunities tor iisciiitivation.
We no have salon like ihoe of Paris
where both sexes a-semhle for conver-
sation; we have no breakfast like those
in London where half u dozen guests are
arranged around the table ol the host.
Alter people marry In lhe Unlu-d States
they are looked upon as mummies In aso-
cial point of view and are virtually
dropped oil the roll of society by which
I mean Ibey generally cease to receive
Invitation. Tbla throws society Into
Ibe bands of young men and young wo-
men with Immature minds small expe-
rience or the world and full of crude
Ideas and boundless self-conceit and
the Inevitable result Is that Ibe conver-
sation la more chit-chat done up In
slang phrases. Must the mind never
rise higher but be perpetually
'SI united and worn out by endless chst
Or Will did this and Nan did that."
1 like conversable men and women-
men and women who have Ideas In tbelr
beads and are able to express Ibrm
readily and genteely. Conversation
with such men and women Is both de-
lightful and Instructing and Is on that
aorount worthy ol being sought after.
Women are tbe best teachers of the
art of conversation as well as tbe best
refiners of manners and their toolcty
should he sought by all men ambitious
of acquiring the art nf conversation In
all Its excellency. Of course my allu-
sion Is to women of sense resiling and
culture not to empty-headed bread and
butter mlaaes made up of slang antl self-
conceit Women naturally are more conver-
sable than wnrarn and have a superior
knack In expressing themselves and of
onntlnlng conversation to pleasant
topic or to such as will not give rise
to personal embarrassment. Tact Is
quite an eaaentlat Ingredient in thn art
of oonveraatlon -we inuat know when to
change the subject what theme to
avoid and how tocover up any malaprop
remark that may have a peraonnl hear-
ing on some member of lhe company
and nine women out of ten appear to lio
born wltb this faculty of tact whloh
Iliron Instated should be classed as a
virtue. Tact Is an Insllct with the ma-
jority of women when a woman wishes
to please and has a point to carry you
never catch her frustrating the accom-
plishment of her purpoae by anv want of
tart or delicacy of management. Men
should endeavor In copy thla female tact
especially If they aspire to become good
conversationalists or to be welcomed
hv every company they frequent. Want
of tact lithe worst sort of guaoherle and
Tbe eleventh series ofthe Bexar Build-
ing and Loan association la now open
for subscription. Parties desiring stock
will please apply at tbe olllce ofthe
llexar Building and Loan association
No. 37 Soledad street as only a limited
number will be Issued.
12-IMoJan 1 Joux E. Ochsk
When the blood beoome poisoned or over-
charged with wa-tc-matlcr It begins to purify
Itself through tho medium of tho skin caus-
ing bolls pimples and various eruptive dis-
ease; and Instead or going around with your
race covered with thoa eruption you should
taku Acker's lllood l.llllr. which thoroughly
cleanse the blood and rid tho aystem of all
Impurities. lUgland dc Co agent. Ban Anto-
OH! MY BACK
HJJ 1 I V- THE
orcTTnu r ri
mrcngtbfOB me aiiisHiri-t
Mcnsl.fi the Vrrtf
Inrlrhro titc II I no. 1 . Ire. .New Vlior.
Dr. J. U MTKRJ.r4irflM.1owMi!
ItwwD'i Iron lMlrre t tbi Iron mrwJicin-1
bur. known in i u prirtir I btvifoond It
toJly bt.nrt.cUl in ni-rrou. t r rh -fled -ihnurt ion
and in J1 dttliilmtin ailnirmU lhl Itsur kv. bfFiJj
on th mleto. U-sj it Inwjlj in mj own family "
Ma W K BRflvl m Maio Bt Coinntoo. Kj.
M)ui "I waa complete- trukan down In tiialtb and
triruMMl with pain. In mj back. Brown'i Iron
bitters VDllral matured to to bealtb."
Genuine bu abovaTrada Mark and rrrm& iwdliaaf
on wrapt 1'nUn no ulhrr Mad. only by
1 i i
ALAMO BEER SALOON
Situated on Alamo Plaza
Neat to tho Alamo Building San Antonio.
Finest Brands of Cigars
ALWAYS ON HAND.
teuil totbotr wants.
C. BASSE Proprietor.
Denier In and Ilepalrer ot
Boots and Shoes
From 4 Alamo to 34 W Commerce St.
all his old
WrSATISFACTION OUABANTEKD. H-!l
ooNSUKPixoii ami es cueed.
eumption. Bronchi alDlffioultiasBron-
Ohltfa. Hoarsonora. Afithma. Pronn.
Whooplns Counh Influenza and all
Diseases of the Breathing Organs. It
soothes and heals tho Membrane of
the Lungs lnflatnod and poisoned by
the disease and prevonts the night
rweats and tho tightness across tha
'!?5l-JSSr.hloh accompany lu CON-
SUMPTION Is not an inourabla mal-
ady. HALL'S BALSAM will cure
you even thonfjn professional aid
falls. For sale by nil Drufllsts.
JOHII F. UZtSZ7 A CO. Uev Yort
IVWrlte for lUununatcd Book.
IWifll Ip i
HUM III i
rOR STRICT C0MMI1SI0HSR.
I hereby announce myself aa a candidate
for ro-electlon to thonmco of Btreet Commis-
sioner. 1 ak for no commendation other
than tnv work In till ettr. and lr itxtlectml 1
all! do my work aa t have done In tbe past.
I To tbo Voter or tho City of Ban Antonio!
I most mpcclfully announco tnyelfasa
candldato for the ioitlnn of Htr. et Commis-
sioner at the coming city election and proin-
I lo. It elected to work to tho best Inlorcst of
I alltaipayers. Asking our hearty supportat
the ballot I am respectfully
Jan. T. A. Bowman.
Fitkii. C llAUktSkn.
Tbo uiideraltrned tttoMt retHtfultf a
nnuncea hlmseir to tho eltlaens of 8an Anl
n'n aa a candldato ror city recorder at tho c
iltnT city elation to bo held on the Nth
KcbrUirr !?. Joil.f tiTAFI'KNBECKi
at larre and to solicit tho 1
Ins; for Ibo real Ittlcreata of the rltr.
C. G. BOELHAUWE
Sash Door and Blind Factory on Nacog-
Post-Oak Stove Wood
Telephons No. S 1 .
1 H m-lm
COUNEIl TUIIN TAIILK.
Oysters in all Styles!
Shell Orslers In Can and for Fnmllr
no V.'lener ucrst ami llorse-ltad-dth
Usui. Rheou. UolTie. Choco-
late and all da'ntlea toulteplcurlaoa.
COMB AND 8KC ME.
SI tnd tl Main PU:i. Hir f rtnth lullitsa.
I and Winter Sam
nui do oruertxl aa
He pairing promptlr done.
GREEN FRONT SALOON
604 West Commerce Street.
J. D. FRY MANAGER.
Bar Room and Restaurant
rropann; of largo publlo and privaU dlnnerl
and suppers for parties balls etc. a specialty.
thlna else In tbls world capital not
e started froo. Both
sexes; all axes
from first start. Cosllr
you nothinjrto send usjou address and find
H. Hallett St Co.. rortlHtid Maine. oao
Two Brothers Saloon
Corner Commerce and Alamo Slreeli
Keep tbe Plcsst Imported Wines Cham-
pagnes and Liquor. Specialties In the lines
brands or Domestlo and Imported Clrars.
Come and see ' First-lass gentlemen's re-
sort. Fine lunoh dallr at 10 o'clrak a. m.
ABSOLUTE PZRFECTIOH III BAXING1
MEATS ROASTED IN THEIR OWN
JUICES BY US1NQ THE
WIRE GAUZE OVEN DOOR
FOUND EXCLUSIVELY ON THU
LOSS IN SHRINKAGE OF MEATS.
Vry f. psorI. know tfait tha Phrlnktw of Mnti
rtM.ud In aci4Wova l Iron thtrlr-Ufato fortr W
ttnt. All tnsut crtnuim avvfjatr-livs mi cnL of .Uf
ind oolr twftnirtivoper ennt. of solid mfttur.tBd tho
Ift tb.t 1 m.l la tli rosullm l tusdsi in tb po.
LStjQOOf tboju.OQ WllchlthslTITaVlsfATOr MUX
Effect of tbe SOLID OVEN Door.
A TIM pound Hlfloin. uwllun or wll-dDonoill b
KEDDctDlolpounJnd four oubmi of Ilonat4
etUht. It Bhow tb enonuou Loa or rini f aa
w ro luuiiutis Cucuuuu) uo PnM Um.
LEROUX & COSGROVE. AGENTS.
rpWO-Flno building lots tor sale .nu llttllTO
J foot. In tlock 137. west of Ban Pedro creak
adjolulua; Krlsoh property. Inquire of T.8.
LOOKlTO TOUR OWN INTERESTS AND PATRONIZE:
TBE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE
Cor. Military Plaza
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
"Pur Fruit Syrupi and Ioe Cold Soda
mmTIONAUNDMK R. DIVISION.
SOLID o? is I 2ST s
With All Modora ImproremonU Through Between
Galveston and St. LonislSan Antonio & St. Louis
VIA TEXARKANA. I VIA DENISON.
Without Cbau-e of Cars of aar Dosorlptlon and Onlr One Chango to
Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Washing
ton Philadelphia New York Boston
And Other Principal Cltlea In the
NORTH AND EAST.
UsT" Train learlna; San Antonio at :3U a. m. haa Pullman Hotel Car ela Denlaon throuuo
to at. L-iula. IT rralnloarlua-daii Autuulo at till o. n. n n f.nl.u in liiac.e Sloopini car
eta Doolaon. throuta to Kiuaaa Oitr oonnootlna; at U.miU.i itn rnrouirli Sleeper tn et
Loula. -l-aaaooir-ira aoHoln and from all nolata la KUllOtMt via tlia 'AHKitlCAS" S
S. Lino between PHIL VDBI.PHIA aul LIVRlll'.JOt and tmi "USD aTlt"T a. Lino to
twoen NEW VOKK PIIILADKLPIUA and ANrWKltl'. For full information call on
J. S MaoNAMARA. W. F. SIMMONS.
Ticket Airent. asft Commerce street Karapmau Dulldlna:. Tloket Airent 1 St G. N. Depot
H P. HUGHES. B. W. McCULLOUGH.
PA.. Houaton. Tor. O.V.lt T. A.. Dalla. Toxaa
SAN ANTONIO 4 ARANSAS PASS RAILWAY
Until further notice our trains will run aa follows lisll except Sundaj.
(IN EFFECT NOV. 29 18S8.)
Lu vi Sim Antonio 10.30 a. m.
Southbound Trains Liiva Uiavuxa 4'1." p. m.
Arrive at Coitrui Christi 8:38 p. u.
Northbound Trains Lravr Corpus Cnmsn. 0:45 a. h.
" . ' " BviiJJt 11:10 p. m.
Arrive at San Antonio 4.00 p. u.
Connect at San Antonio with Missouri Paclno and Southern PaclOc Kallwara; at Florea
ytlle with Staxo Llnea for Sutherland 8prtna:a Pleaaanton and tavernlai at Kenedy tor
Helena: at pettus for Mineral Cltri alDcerllle forUoUad and at Corpus Chrlstl with Tex
U. LOTT B. F. YOAKUM
Praaldnt aad OenertU Manacer. Trmffle Manager.
Balldlne Material of all klada ahapoa or alios. A largo assortment of Ornament .
Goods alwara In stook. We keen constantly on hand lane quantities of the never ret sur
passed J. HalBOh'B Barb and Fenoe Wire. We are suocosstu' oompeUlors In prl
and foods. Oome and e oonTlnoed
SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT - - SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS
Bargains--For Sale For Rent.
i Will bur a Five-room Houbo with
fruit and hada treM GAntrallr IfkoatrvT.
Term ejfl 600 oath balaoco In IS months. Ad
drcei T li. JoHitsojf Lioht offloo M-tf
quirt ot T. II Johnson LionTolDoe.
' wanted at onl tl rear.
Pit HKNT-A Nicely FurniihedOffleeiult-
able for laud or oommlHion offloe oen
trail y located Inqulr of T. 11. Jobmson at
the Light office
milUKK VINE LOTS FOR tTS-LoU 1. 1. and
1 3. In block no. original city lot No. 3 ranire
3 eut tide of San Antonio river. T U. Jon.
Light offloe. Kt-tt
VISITING CARDS FREE I
HOW TO OET THEM. INQUIBB
Of tho City Subscription Agent
HILTON & YOUNG
Real Estate Insurance and Loan Brokers
Orncii No. il Solodad street. Next
to Patterson & Boudder'i hank. Third
door from Houiton street. Ban Anto-
Investment 'and Loan Agents.
Have Land for Farm Oardens Stook
Itauchea and Colonic. Will rive reli-
ant Lezal and Builneil Information to
Owners and Purchasers In reference to
Titles Taies and Value of Lands In
Forty Years Residence in Texas.
To all who are suflorlnf from the error and
Indlacmlou ol youth Barron wanness aarlr
decay loaaot manhood sc.. I will send a recipe
that win cure rou.TRIX or CIUBaE. Thla t real
renudy was dlsoorsred by a mtaatonary tn Bouth
America tend a aU-addread nTelope to the
Kit. ;oaxru 7 ixut stiUo D Km rr cu.
and S. Flores St:
and Mineral Waters oonitantly ou draught.
office-no. h dkvinb buildinq.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Seffel 8c Herwick
Ornamental Plain Sign and House Palntert
Alamo St. Opp. Scholz Hall.
AU work Mntelass. Charges reasonable.
Olro us a trial.
E. A. KCIIL8.
KUHLS & THODE
Best Artificial Stone
rIdowa)ks Garden Walkes
Cellar Floors Building Stones.
Cemetery Work Coping Carriage Steps.
I3f AH work guaranteed. Orders prompt.!
attended to. P. O. box i No. Art.
Saloon and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AMD NIGHT.
The nar supplM with tbe Finest of Wines
Liquors and t'liiare and the lusstaurant
with the very Uest to bo had
tn tho market.
Cor. S. Mores & W. NnBva Sts.
rr-All orders protnptlyattendedto. I'ollte
waiters and satisfaction naranteed. Will be
pleasod to hare you call.
W H Simms Proprietor.
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