The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 157, Ed. 1, Monday, October 1, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
ItAILItOAl) TIMK TAIILK.
International mid Great Northern
Riprcss ?:iSa.tn. grin p. m.
Itiprcss 12:15 p.m. Dill p in.
Wittem Eitcnilon I via p. m. I 7:13 a. m.
Ualveatoii Ilarrtaburg and San Antonio.
lloustoii-IP-ipreM) 7HJa.ni. flliop. m.
.luuston-Oiliod).. sitip. in. V.-UU a. m.
Westward To and
from til l'aso) t-M p. m. lCI-.CO a. m.
OAN ANTONIO CIIIMS ANI CHIiCKKll
O Club meets In Uoom No. 8 over tlroos' hunk
Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at H p. m.
ultlatlourec J. Mubscrlptloii.riOccntsinoiilli-
f; Applications for membership to bo ad-
rcsscd tu tlio Secretary.
II. ltrnr.it.TAri.OK President.
(Jr.nALU OHirriN Secretary.
lNloilTS I'VTHIAS Clk lodge No. M
IV iu(lsvrcrrTbursdayat7-U p. in. Castle
In fireman's Hall. Vlattiuir brethren welcomo.
lNiTlllTrt OF TMH (10LDKN HULK Custie
IV A lanio IjoiIvo No. meets In Odd Fellows'
DUX A It
11 allows nipinbeis sti weekly
Htct-atb. Initiation feo IS W mouttily sub
scription wj cents. Mci'taurai ami inirii weu-
ncsday In cacti month at Soumiera 3c Peter-
tun's ball. K. K. II0N1) President.
PAUL HOY UK. General Secretary.
U. W. liUTll. W. Voi.i.ukv.l'ii r.
HUTU & VOLIiBREUIIT
A 0 1 tl C U LT UK A L 1 M PLUM BNTW.
Wooden and Willow Woro Points OIN Var-
nishes llrusbes eto. A Biieclalty lumlo of
David Landrcth & Sons' Garden and flower
Boeds. Also Uuttiil'orclm Ilo.nl y MIscd PnhiK.
810 Crockett Mock Alamo riuaa
SAN ANTONIO '1UXAS.
Ilosack & Newton
REAL ESTATE AIMS
Auctioneers. Cominiuion Morclmnti and Oen-
tsn Have lamo storu rooms for Cuuslirn-
montsatSl BoImlmlBttret opposltecourttiouso.
Directory of the Churches
Services aro held at tho following named
churches In tluscitv ocry Sunday.
Protestant llplscopal-St. Mark's Cathedral
east sldeor Travis siiuaro HlKht llov. It. W. II.
Klllott lllshop of thodloceseof Western Toxas:
Very Hev. Walter H. ltlchardson Dean. Morn-
ing services at 11 o'clock; evening service at 8
o'clock: Friday service at 6p in.; Sunday school
at 1W a. in.
St. John's Chapel dlvlnoscrrlco at 5 o'clock
p. in. and Suuday school at 4 p. ui. St. Luke's
Chapel Suuday school at V a. m.
Methodist Episcopal Church South Solcdad
street Itev. W.J. Young pastor. Service at 11
a. m. and 8 p. in Sunday school at U a. in.
Tenth Street Church near SunsetdopotSun-
ilay school at 1 it. in.
Trinity Methodist Kplscopal Church cor. V
meeting Wednesday at 7:00 p
Ueriuau M. H. Church l'bcn Ezer German M
ti. cliureli VUllta street. Iter. G. Ilusdall. pas-
tor. Services on Sunday at lu.uu a. m. und 8 p.
in. Wednesday oventng services u 7 o'clock.
Sunday school at V a. in.
First Presbyterian Church corner Houston
and North Florcs streets. Itov.J.W. Nell pas-
tor. Sunday services at II u.iu. und 8 p.m. Sun-
day school ut V a. in.
Iter. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In Gorman In
tho First Presbyterian Church every Sunday
evening at 4 o'clock. Ilcsldenco No. ItU North
Madison siuaro Presbyterian Church ltcv.
W. H. lluchauau pastor. Services overy Sab-
bath lit tho chapel at 11 o'clock u. in. amuSU p.
in. eabbath school ut 4 p.m.
First Haptlst Church southoast corner of Jef-
ferson and Travis streets ltov. W. 11. Dodson
1)1). pastor Hoaldcnco No. 18 Jctfcrsoti street.
Preaching uvery Sabbath ut 1 1 a. in. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school M a. in. II. C. Lvciclt supcr-
teudent. Christian Church corner I louiton and St. Ma-
ry's streets Ktder 1J. Pennington Pastor. Ser-
vices every Suuday at 11 a. in. and 8. p. in.
Lutheran St. John's Church comer of Nuova
and Pecan strcotB. ltcv. A. Wledcr pastor.
Services at 10 a. in.
ltoman Catholic Cathedral of San Fernando
between Main and Military plazas. Very HovJ.
O. Narez lllshop. Hev. L. tlonulln priest. Low
mass at 7 a.m. High moss utlUu. in. Vespers
4 p. in.
St. Mary's Church corner St. Mary's and Col-
legestrootB. Very llov. T. J Joluuou pastor.
Ixjw mass 7 u. in High mass ltla. tu. Vespers
5 p. m
St. Joseph's (0 crman) Church cast aido Ala-
meda street between Alamo and Xlonham sts.
Very Hev. H. PetTerkorn. Low mass 7 a.m.
II Inn mass 11) a. m. Vespers 3.JU p. in.
St. Michel's (Polish) Church west Bldo Victo-
ria street between Second and Third streets.
Very ltov. Stanislaus Wolclechewoskl. High
mass 10 a.m. Vespers 4 p. in.
Ursullno Convent Church Augusta St. llov.
Prop Mission Dantut Lavarre street Fourth
Ward. ltov. J. W. Williams pastor sorvloea
overy Sunday at II and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting
overy Tuesday and preaching at 8 p. m. ou
Now Light Freo Mission Baptist Lavaccn
street Fourth ward Hev. J Holmes pastor.
Services every Sunday at 3 and B p. in. Prayer
mooting every Friday preaching at 8 p. m. on
Wednesday and Saturday.
St. Paul Methodist east Alameda street. Hev
J. It. Can: os pastor. Services every Sunday
and Wodncsday and Friday nights.
African Methodist Church opposite Santa
Ilosa Hospital Sooond Ward ltov. J U. L'mory
Macedonia Ilaptlst Church Pecan street ltcv
L. U.Jordan pastor. Services every Sunday
at U and 8 o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at 0 a.
in. Services Thursday night and prayer moot-
ing Tuesday night.
Moonlight at the Springs.
There la not a flnor place In the country for
Sloasuro and enjoyment than the San Podro
prlngs park. The beautiful moonlight nights
added to tho fresh perfumes of spring nnd
BUintner flowers and tho sweet musla as ren-
dered by tho Spring band make It the rcallza-
tlon of an earthly paradlso. 6-19-tf.
Tho proof of tho pudding Is not In chowlng
tho string out In huTlng an opportunity to tost
the artlclo direct. C Schosse A. llrelas and L.
Orynskl druggists bavo freo trial bottles of
THE CHURCH ROAD.
A llrakeman's Views on the Different
Ilurdelte o( the BurIlnrton llawkeye civei
the following at the result of Interviewing a
brakemsn. There are tome pretty good hits
To me comes the bralteman and letting
himself on the arm of the test nyi:
"I went to church yesterday."
"Yes!" I laid with that Interested Inflection
that ails for more. "And what church did
"Which do you tieisf"
"Some union minion church!" t haairded
"Naw" hesald "I don't like to run on
these branch roads very much. I don't olten
go to church but when I do I wan't to run
on I he main line where your run Is regular and
you go schedule time and don't have to wait
on connection!. I don't like to run a branch
(tood enough but I don't like ll."
"Epiicopal?" I guessed.
Limited express" he said "all palace
cars and two dollars extra for a seat fast time
and only Hop at the big stations. Nice line
but to exhaustive for a biakeman. All train
men In uniform conductor's punch and lantern
liver plated and no train boys allowed.
The the patsengeia are all allowed tu talk
back at the conductor and it makes them free
and eiiy. No I couldn't itsnd the palace
cars. Rich road though. Don't often hear
of a receiver being appointed for that line.
Some mighty nice people travel on it too."
"Universalis!!" I suggested.
"Broad gauge" said the brakeman; "does
too much complimentary butineii. Every-
body travels on a pass. Conductor doesn't
get a fare once in 50 miles. Stops at all flag
nations and won t run into anything but a
union depot. No smoking car on the train.
Train orders are rather vague though nnd the
trainmen don't get alone well with the pas-
sengers. No I don't go to the Universaliit;
though I know tome awfully good men that
tun on that road "
Presbyterian!" I aiked.
"Narrow gauge eh!" said the brakeman
"putty track straight as a rule; tunnel right
through a mountain rather than go aroundit;
spirit level grade; passengers have to show
llitir tickets before Ihey can get on Ihe (rain.
Mighty strict road but Ihe cars are a little nar-
row 1 have to sit cne in a seat and no room in
Ihe ai.lc to darce. Then there's no stop-over
tickets allowed; got to go straight through to
theilstion )ou'rc ticketed for or you can't get
on at all. When the car's full no extra
coaches; cart built at ihe shops to hold just 10
many and nobody eUe allowed on. But you
don't often hear of an accident on that road.
It's run right up to the rules."
"May be you joined the Free Thinkers!"
"Scrub road" said the brakeman "dirt
road bed and no ballast: no time card and ns
train dispatcher. All trains run wild and every
engineer makes his ov.n time just as he
pleases. Smoke If you want to; kind of go-as-you-please
road. Too many side tracks and
every switch wide open all the time with the
switch-man sound asleep and the target lamp
dead out. Get on n you please and get olT
when yon want to. Don't have to show your
tickets and the conductor itn't expected to do
anything but amute the passengers. No sir.
I was ottered a pais but I don't like the line
I don't like to travel on a road that has no ter-
minus. Do you know sir I asked a division
superintendent where that road ran to and he
said he hoped to die if he knrw. Talked
him if the general luperintcndent could tell
me and he said he didn't believe they had a
general ihuerintendent and if they had he
didn't know any more about the read than
the panengeri. I aiked him who he report
ed to and he said "nobody" I asked a con-
ductor who he got his orden frcm and he
said he didn't take any orders from any living
man or dead ghost. And when I asked Ihe
engineeer who he got his orders from he tald
herd like to see anybody give him orders he'd
run the train to suit himself or he'd run it into
the ditch. Now you see sir I'm a railroad
man and I don't care to run on a road that
has no time makes no connections runs no-
where and has no superintendent. It may be
all light but I've railroaded too long to under-
"Did you try the Methodic!" I said.
"Now you're shouting" he siid uith some
enthusiasm. "Nice road eh! l'ast time and
plenty of passengers. Engines carry a power
of steam and don't you forget It; steam gauge
shows 100 and enough all the time. Lively
road; when the conductor shouts "All
aboard" you can hear him to the next station.
Every train lamp shines like a headlight.
Stop-over checks given on all through tickets;
fiassenger can drop oil the train as often as he
ikes to the station two or Ihree days and hop
on the next revival train lhat comes thunder-
ing along. Good whole-souled companiona-
ble conductors; ain't a road .in the country
where the panengers feel more at home. No
passes; every passenger pays full Unfile rates
for his ticket. Wesleyanhouse air-brake on
all trains too; pretty safe road but I didn't
ride over it yesterday."
"May be you went to the Congregational
church!" I said.
"Popular road" said the brakeman "an
old road too; one of the very oldest in this
country. Good road bed and comfortable
cars. Well managed toad too; directors don't
interfere with division superintendents and
train orders. Road's mighty popular but its
pretty independent too. Say didn't one of
the division superintendents down east discon-
tinue one of the oldest stations on the line two
or three years sgo! Ilut its a mighty pleasant
road to travel on. Always has such a splen-
did class of passengers."
"Perhaps you tried the Baptist!" guessed
"I la ha!" said the brakeman "she's a
daisy im't she! River road; beautiful curvet;
sweep around anythintr to keen close to the
jjiver but it's all steel rail and rock ballast
single iracx an me way ana not a side trsck
from the round house to the terminus. Takes
a heap of water to run it through double tank
at every station and there isn't an engine in
the shops that can pull a pound or run a mile
with less than two gauges. But it runs
through a lovely country; these river rosds
always do; river on one side and hills on the
other and its a steady climb up the grade all
the way till the run ends where the fountain
head of the river begins. Yes sir I'll take
the river road every time for a lovely trip sure
connections and good time and no prairie
dust blowing In at the windows. And Tester-
day when the conductor came around lor the
tickets with a little basket punch I didn't aik
him to pass me but I paid my tare like a little
man 2? cents for an hour's run and a little
concert by the passengers thrown In. I tell
you Pilgrim you take the river road when
you want "
I 'But iuit here the lontr whittle from the En
gine announced a station and the brakeman
hurried to the door shouting:
"Zionsviilel This train makes no stops be-
tween here and Indianapolis!"
Land in London
Eogllah paper. '
Some land In the city of London was recent
ly sold at the rate ol $3300000 an acre.
Our Wiggins Is a Democrat.
As Senator Logan has declined the second
place on the Republican ticket the eve of the
country is gradually turning to 1'rotenor
If Yon are Suffering
From torpidity of the liver or constipation of
thn hnwn jL trv a rmltln nf ItprAflzlnf.. Dr.
Tobln's great fiver medicine livery bottle
is guarauieeu 10 you ami your money rei untieo
you are noi enusueu. . .
For sale at Clavln'a druir atom and tiv C.
Ilnw to rhvu moner rand drus-a) br taklna-
Turko-HiiBslan baths or Steam luth for your
coias rnoumaiism uunio ague ana an sain Qu-
eues can bo found at A. ZlMAR'a
Also. Hotand'cold Water Hatha at Si cents
It a rVhaue L. Orrnskl or A. DrrlM drug-
rlsta do not succeed It la not for tho want nf
alth. Thcr haro such faith In Dr. Ihffanko'a
Cough and Lung Sy rup aa a remedy for Cougha
Colds Consumption and Lung Affections that
os ery 1
An Open Letter.
Han Antonio Junuary I tbts.
Drs. J. J. Si W. ll.Tobln:
Ol-.NTl.mr."!: Your Ik-patlzlnu baa been
used In my family lor oscr a Ycuf nnd 1
can unhesitatingly any It la tho belt remedy I
hate ever iiKd for any liter trouble ur consti-
pation of tho bowels. 1 would nut lio without
Mauds of I.I le.
me nor tide waits for no man. but tho aunJa
of life continue to now 011 and on year HfUr
year never stopping never miiuiuig in its
work nf wasti. utile iK-cililnncd bv b Cotlirli.
Cold or soinu Lung AtTcctlou where Dr. Hoh-
auko's Cough and Lung Syrup art-tufa It and
makes the vluili of life lis allotted thrvo score
nnd leu. Go to C. Schusiw A. Iirelw or I-
Drynskl druggUls. and oak them for a free
trial ooitio 01 1111s meuiciuo. 'iney navo iiiein
Is It Not"
About time to thluk of getting your fall and
winter clothing In rcadlnciM for a sudden
change In tho weathor. which is llublo to occur
nt uny time. You may have souiu garments
mat couiii no inaue mtviccudio lor aomo time
yet by Hllttlo renovating. Get them Bcoured
iuk urKitiie. Ji mm.-B.Bjuinu!B 01 luuigrBiiun
are pnent aa tlalulcncy uneasiness of tho
stomach etc A raolsturo Uku perspiration
producing n very uisuKni-ui o iicuing partic-
ularly at night after gotting warm In tied Is a
very common attendant. Jillnd lllccdlng and
itching Piles yield at ouco to tho application of
Dr. IJonanko's Pilo Hcmedy which acts directly
upon tho parts affected absorbing tho Tumors
allaying the Intcnso Itching and effecting a
permanent cure whoro all other rcmodlcs have
tailed. Prlco 80 conta. Bold by O. bchasae A.
?)relsni1 1. OrvnHkl.
To amend section 4 chapter 4.1 revised ordi-
He it ordained br tho Cilr Council of tho citr
of San Antonio that section 4 of chapter 4. ru-
vlsod ordinances bo so amonded aa to hero
after read aa follows to-wlt 1
peciion . 'i nai no person suau piaco or causo
to be Placed. In any nlaza. street or alley any
thing that may obstruct tho freo passage
iccrcoi touuuing material lor lmtneuiaio use
when the same docs not occunv mnrn than
one third H of such plaza. Street or alley
alty of $5 for each day that such obstruction
may remain after notification by tho Street
Commissioner or any pollco officer to rcmovo
Citation by Publication
In thu honorable District court for tho county
of llexar and State of Toxin. No. 1085 Mary
C. Johnson vs. George 11. Johnson.
The State of Texas to tho Sheriff or any Con-
Biaoiooi ooxar county greeting 1
You aro hereby commanded that by making
publication of this citation In somo newspupor
Texaanud who resides In thn llonutillanf Mer.
Ico to be and apiicar beroro tho DUtrlct court
to bo holden within nnd for the county of
llexar at tho court boiiso theroof. In tho city
Genrgo H. Johnson. Said suit is numbered
10H5 nnd alleges In stibnlancc as follows -to-wlt
That petitioner has resided In llcxnr county
Texaa for inoro than Blx months previous to
tho tiling of her nctltlon: that In the vear 187B
she was married to defendant In Tim la coun-
iiob inuue no cuort to
inure than thrvo years und that defendant
abandoned plaliitftf with thu Intention nf
ubaudonmetit mnro than three yeurs previous
in this behalf ex ponded and for Keuoral relief.
thereon showing how you havu executed tho
WittiesaTheo. ItaUus Clerk of Iho DUtrlct
court of llexar county.
I ) Glvon under my hand and seal of olllco
!.. Vat San Antonio tbla 4th day of Scptcin-
San Antonio ilexar county for tour weeks
wuriu ui ury guuus cioining iiooib
and shoes gents' furnishing goods etc. Must
be sold at once to the highest bidder at the
auction store of
PAUL ASIIElt Sc I1HO.
407 Commerce street Terrell's block between
Main and Military plazas. tKU-lin
J L7NIUS ME-AJSTS
axes on land for non.rctldenta. will attend to
tho redemption of lands sold 10 tho State or to
Individuals will (five special attention to all
applications for changes of roads in llexar
county and will traco and f urnlsb Information
about Innt and forfolLed lands In Western
Texas. Wlieru no service is tendered no chargo
will bo made. Corrt8pondeno?6ollclted. Would
re for to lawyers land amenta and old citizens
01 pan Anionin. &-i-iy
I was suffering from blood poison nnd tnor-
curlal rheumatism and had spent $&01 for
treatment with no benefit and It seemed that
I was doomed to die. Caught at Swift's Spo-
cuioasu unmiiiiiirnian wouiu at a Btraw ana
it has saved 1110 from a borrfbto death nnd
cured me Bound and well. It Is tho greatest
moaicino in tne woria.
U. II. SMILCY Quincy.Ill
IIGIlGDITAltY.-Bwift'a SneelDo cured inn
sound and well of a Scrofulous taint Inherited
irorn my ancestors j. a. aiai Macon Ga.
I am sura that Swiff. Rneclftn urnd mir llfn
I was terribly DOlsoned with Malaria mill wit.
given up to die. Swift's Speclna relieved mo
promptly and entirely I think It Is t he great
est reinouy 01 tne age. u. ti. ni'KNCKU
Sup't 0 us W'ks Homo Uu.
$1000 I1EWAHD .MwMa
on analysts of 100 bottlea of S. S. ti. one par-
tlolo of mercury. Iodide potassium or uny
poisonous substance. SWIFT SPIXIFIO CO.
Tlrnwnr.l. Atlanta fin.
Our treatise on Wood and Skin Dlseaeoa
luaiieu iree uu application u-l-iy
XP YOU WANT A
For a Little Money
THE BOSS TAILOK
Will make it for ton. lie la now ottering all
tho Latest styles In Kngluli French
German (looda at
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
On former price. Only tlnt-clms tailors em
ployed nnd lino trlmmlntrs umh. Hults made
up In any known stylo at short notice and a
lit Kiianintced ir you want a nlc suit it a
nominal cost don't Tall to Inter lew Mr. Lorra
on Commerce street near bridge. He ran suit
ynu in utiallty nnd price. 7-lMm
Solicits ojitn orders for all kinds
0 Groceries intliidiiig Tobacco
Cigars and Liquors and will fill
them with that careful selection and
moderation in prices that such orders
should always command.
lie desires also to le remembered by
every Cotton Shifter in the Stale
when ihe new croft is ready for mar-
ket. No one in or out of the State
tan give better results than he can.
Buying Goods at HOUSTON
and shifting Cotton to HOUSTON
is no longer an experiment. It is
a saving and a success.
SAM C. BENNETT
Wholesale and Itetoll Dealer In Y
Staple and Fancy Groceries
naii WINES LIQUOiW
Clgara and Tobacco. Particular attention
glvon to receiving nnd selling Wool for uy
customer?. Store on comer of Main plaia and
SAN ANTONIO TK.YAS.
IlVE E I O O !
l'ersons desiring InfnrmalKin aliout Mexico
had better purchaso "Tho Hepublio of Mexico
In 1882" with revised and corrected map by
Lorenzu Custro. Depot ut Mo Tcngg a. Com-
merce street San Antonio. Price per copy
with map tt M. T-iVtf
In rn r
Tio.12 Yturri St.
Persons withlm; to spend tbo summer in tho
country will Und at tlifs house as many homo
comforts aa can ho found In tho Htatu. Tho
coolest of rooms best of beds no mosquitoes
or nirs ami a table supplied witn nil tnat nom
San Antonio Toxas.
NEW OYSTER SALOON.
The undersigned begs to Inform tbo publlo
that ho has opened an oyster saloon at No. 31
West Commerce street opposite Itced's furni
ture store wbero Morgan City and Galveston
oysters can bo had In nil styles at moderate
prices. Oysters Si cents per dozen.
0-8-lra ANTONIO PlTFnitL
T. 8. lUrmtsoN. Ton IIaiiiiisoh
IiAUIUSOX & IIAltRISO.V
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW
li t Soletlutl Street
San Antonio. Twenty-flvo years oxporlenco In
Texaa. Practice In all stato and Federal
BUNU YOUIl DACdllTEIW TO
rOIITlIE I'OLI.OWINQ nCASOKS I
1. A competent and complete faculty using
the latest and beat methods. 2. A healthful
uim central lucuuoii. n. ji. -luxaa Bcnooi ex-
clusively fcmalo. t. Commodious and com-
fortable buildings. !. Tho boarding circle 1
community household. L Thn hour nrtvnn.
tagea at tho lowest prlcna. 7. All the depart-
ments of a female college well austalned Tho
noit session opens September 10 IBS). For cat-
MESQUITE BLOCK TAVEMENT.
Contractor and Manufacturer.
Th. lint Material now otr.rtd to ttit public for Strtcll and Sidewalk Paving
I'RICRS-itt Clasi els per foot ed Clan 14 ctl. jJ Clasa so cts.
OFFICE AND FACTORY 300 and jot SOUTH LAREDO ST. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS j-et-ly
HrrnitNcr.a-r. (Irooa l'nuldent Ocrman-Kngllali School V. W. Lanre Treasurer San
Antonio tabor Aaaoclatlons 1'rlU lllppcrt (I cor go It. Stiimbcrg 11 D. Stumberg.
Practical Book Binder and Ruler
Opposite Court House Solcdad St. San Antonio.
HI. W. KOBNIGSBERG
HO. It!) SOI.UtAI) STUIXr SAX A.YTONIO Tl'XAH.
IJ-DVKINO AND SCOUIUNl! A SPECIALTY. JU
No. S5 Solcdad Street Opnoslto Court House
San Antonio Texas.
Keeps on hand n fine stock ef Watches
Clocka and Jewelry a wcll-cloctrd stock of
BpootaclcB: also llrailllan I'cbbleaHct In Gold
and Silver Frames ltopalrlng of Kino Watcbce
a specialty. ft-Tmra
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Ho. 18 Couuiicr Sikirr
mar tf San Antonio Tscxas
nd Dctuat In
UI ;pndi will b sold udir wrltta EBurittet
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver and Fluted Ware
J. C. BREEDING & SON
Room No B. Tclopbono building corner c
Boledad and Houston streets Ban Antonio.
tSf-AgenU for PATENT TIN HOOFINl
PLATES made by the National Bhoet Mob
Uooang Company. Bee samples at our 0BI00
JfW 7a rr
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
OcuiiBt nnd. Aurist
City Eye Enrand Throat Innrmarr.
All dlaearcsot Kjeand liar treated In
most approved manner with tho latest appli-
ances. Crooked c)cs Btralghtencd artltlctal.
Inserted to mrjvo naturally eto. etc.
Olllco at 12 7 U Commoruo Street.
1'. Ilhodc & 0. II. Hcnckc
Manufacturers of all klnda of llAltltELS
CVPKKSS IISTERXS A SI'ECIAIjIT.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
Ami General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio Texas.
EDWARD J. GALLAGHER
Mason & Builder
631 HOUSTOX STRUCT.
tanka f urnacea ovens grates and buildings nl
all kinds. Will guarantee satisfaction. Job-
I raders' National Bank
204 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Transacts a general bunking business.
C Spring Cart Co.
The only thing on two wheel that rlJos a
easy as a carnage tiooos made or the best
material and warranted. Weight
from HO to IV) iiounds.
Ask your merchant to get prices for you.
C Spring Cart Co.
MAMimiNO HOWAItD.(trottcr) see No.
a J. Trcaey's catalogue Loilngton Ky. He
la a blooded bay ID bands high weighs 13JU
pounds. Service t23.
KNiailT OF ST. LOniS (thoroughbred).
Blrod by O londowcr dam by Epellon Bee Ilruco'a
Amt.ican Btud nook volumo B pogo HM. Ho
is a dark chestnut sorrel. Hcrvloe ia.
tiipw rirmt.t.v. t.i. in ... .
COO founds will cover niarca or Jonneta.
Bhortihorn thoroughbred cattle Hed DullB.
by twontMlghth London Duke Lexington.
Ky. Bcrrlocs $10.
Bpnng season Fobruary 1 Terms cash. Bor-
vlooa raid when marcs taken away and If not
with foal have the privilege to return tho next
season free of charge. Stock delivered at Al-
fred Heaves' Main Plaia.- will bo taken and
brought back without cost.
CARTER & RIULLALY"
41 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA
Pnnerals Furnished With Every Requisite.
Sieclal attention given to forwarding bodlci
toallpartaof tboUnltwl States. tSTTelephone
connection. Calls ttleuded day and nlgbt.
Wholesale Manufacturers of
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