The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 108, Ed. 1, Monday, May 5, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
GIFFORD JOHNSON & WINTER
PubllahoJ dallr except Similar at 210 Eaal
Connncroo afreet. Delivered br carrlcra
throughout tho cltj at 10 conta a weik parablo
to our agent. Slnglo coploe for eale b7 nowa-
liora at 5 cent 'iubacrlptlon per fear $5.(0
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Heading matter local column 20 cenlipcr
line tint Intcrtlon 10 cent. Oral mti and
conta atter nrt week. Per month 4 cent!
Legal advcrtlacmot'ta It per Inch Orel Infer.
tlon 75 ccnta fur each auhacqucnt Inaertlon
Homo ad vcrtlacfnenU payable on Ural of each
month. TranalntadcrtlBlw; paablo In ad-
vance. Onljrmctalcuta printed.
All contraela must bo approved by Hie flual-
fl. F.Joiikson la duly authorlml to aollelt
for tho Saw Antonio I.innT. Subarrltara not
receiving tliolr paper will please mukeeiim-
plalnt to him or at thoomec. Subaerlbcra aro
warned not to pay their autawrlpllnn clccpt
upon preaentatlon of a properly receipted bill
from thU office.
Mondav May 5 1884.
llr.snv Waiu Iliacnui thinks Secre-
tary Lincoln will to tho next I'rcetdent.
Tiif. Alnmo should bo looleil nflcr
properly nnd lnmlc inoro or nn oliject of
The Wnco Day tersely observes Hint
"tbo clerk of tbe weather must be n
Fon tbe benefit of nntl-tcinncranro
delegates to tbu Cblcago convention It
Is stated Hint tbcre arc nboiit -IPm
saloona In Hint city.
Why xot? Tbo Kerens Light says:
"TjirSajj Axtoxio Light never falls to
stick a iln In tho Democratic- party
whenever an opportunity presents It-
self." . "O.vk of tbe most remarkable successes
In Journalism In the Stato of Texas tbo
LimiT of San Antonio" Is bow tbo Hen-
rietta Shield espressos n sentiment and
Is tins New Orleans Coimnlssloncrsblp
tbo reward of merit tbo 1 louston 1'ost re-
ceives for being tbo alleged organ of tbo
Governor? Hardenbrook ought to de-
cline the tender.
"Wiikn people begin seriously to as-
certain whether It will bo possible for
Maine to get tho whole Itcpubllcan vote
In November then the nolso will sub-
side" says tho l'hlladclphla Times.
Ax Kxouhman has written a book In
which he snys that protection is a very
good policy for a country desirous of In-
creasing Its population and building up
an Industrial system on n solid basis.
Tub Governor has at last come to tho
front on tbo New Orleans Fair Commls-
sloncrshlp business and has tendered
tho position to Jlr. W. L. Hardenbrook
business manager qt the Houston 1'cst.
AuiO'iT nil of tho KM members of the
Republican National convention have
been elected and so far Sir. Arthur
has secured considerably more than
one-third while tho balance nro divided
between lllnlnc Sherman Logan and
This Liqiit lias received tbo ilay num-
ber of tho Business Bulletin a very cred-
itablo magazine or 30 pages published
!y G. V. and W. L. Spann Ilrenham. It
Is devoted to tbo Interests of Ilrenham
hnd tho Linirr trusts will receive a gen-
Tun statement made that tbe book or
tbe life of Hen Thompson will sell well
is no reason for Its publication. Hen's
life Is not tbe ono that should be set up as
a guide to any one and tbe emblazoning
of his deeds of bravado on paper Is not
calculated to do the rising generation
any great good.
The case of I11U Jones "tho avenger"
Who shot at and missed Gulteau whllo
ho was In a police van on November 1!)
1881 was recently called InaAVashlng-
ton court and continued. He ought to
bo hung probably as a warning to that
Vcally class of young men who under-
tako.thlngs they cannot handle and who
nro always in the way.
Tim expressed sentiments among the
members or tho ltepubllcan party Is
that or conservatism and a policy based
tin prnotlcnl business principles and
thero is every reason to believe Hint the
nominee will be tho choice or the con-
servative Intelligent mass ofllio Repub-
licans all over the country.
Aldekman IIoltox'b proposition to
pave Commerce and other streets should
receive tho attention it deserves. At
least a trial should be made or tbe
block pavement or some one block and
nee what thero is In it. The city needs
all the Improvement possible and the
sooner a beginning Is made tho better It
Tub National llepublloan convention
Will consist of 830 delegates. Of these
the Northern States proper will have
003 while tho Southern States will have
BOO and tbe Territories and District or
Columbia have IS. Tbe geographical
divisions will be represented as follows:
New England 70 the Middle States ISO
Western States 270 and 411 votes will
1)0 necersnry to a choice.
The Ouir Is eating Into Galveston
Island nlul measures are siiggeslcdto
resist Its encroachment. Tbe Island of
Galveston fought Its way to the surfaco
from out the gulf and bay and In Its
early days there were many snnd hills
on the guir side which broke tbo force
or the waves but as the city grew these
hills and mounds were cut down until
now there Is no resistance whatever
and the natural consequence the Island
Is gradually being washed Into the gulf
but It Is to bo hoped steps will bo taken
In tln.c to prevent anything serious.
Tin. Ilcllon Journal saysi "lleports
from nil parts of tbo State are that tlica
fruit crop prospect was never better.
True the crops bavo been somewhat
damaged by the recent heavy rnlns
which has olso thrown the farmers be-
hind with their work but with tbo fair
weather which we aro promised to day
the crops will soon recover from tbo
damage and tbo farmers catch up with
their work. From present Indications
this will bo the most fruitful nnd pros-
perous year we hno ever had In Texas.
Those who have witnessed tbe prosper-
ity of Texas for the past 10 years will
recognize what this means."
"It i manifestly tbo work of the l!e-
publlcan party" says the San Francisco
Chronicle "that Mr. Lincoln shall have
tbe second placo on tbo ticket no matler
who gels tbo first nnd notwithstanding
his modest disclaimer wo hopo tbo con-
vention will assign It to him. His name
Is n power In America. No one expects
from him tho splendor that surrounded
tbo administration of Abraham Lincoln
for tho opportunities nro wanting etcn
If the son could be President. Hut his
abilities aro equal to tbo Vlcc-1'rcsldency
nnd totho higher olllcc should be by ony
chance succeed to It nnd the moral In-
llucncc of bis nomination would be great
In tbe campaign."
"Houu Sciknci-" new monthly can-
didate for public favor In the inngarlne
Held has been received by tho I.Miur.
It Is devoted to sclenco and art In tho
home hygiene and physical culture
household economies amusements etc.
Among the contrlbulois nro DIo Lewis
Professor K. P. Timing Julia .McWaln-
Wright Dr. ltohcrt Collyer Dr. 1!. S.
Storrs nnd l!v. T. DcWIlt Tnlmage
which Is snlllelent gunranleo that It Is
nnd w 111 be what It purports n magazine
devoted to homo Interests nnd homo
science. The terms nro S3 SO yer year
or 2.1 cents n number. Address Selden
Coxoih-ismax Houu of .Michigan peak
ing of the Presidential situation among
tboltcpubllcanssays: "President Arthur
has not used his position to better his
Presidential prospects but bis record Is
his strongest recommendation. Ho Is
the llrst Vice President who ever came
totho Presidency nnd by his administra-
tion did not fall In the estimation of the
people. He could carry New York be-
yond ft doubt and the business Interests
of the country would bo safe In his elec-
tion lllnlnc Kdmunds and Sherman
nro doing nothing toward securing n
nomination. Their support Is spontane-
ous nnd with any of them the Itcpubll-
can party Is assured of success next fall."
Sax Axtoxio has many natural advan-
tages for the establishment of business
and manufactories of nil kinds and ft
certain class or our people when stran-
gers como to the city seeking a placo for
Investment with one accord talk
"natural advantages" but hnvo nothing
to show for them. Tho fact Is "natural
advantages havo ruined more cities than
they have made. Tho best natural ad-
vantage is an honest pride In tlio growth
and prosperity of tho city and tho en-
deavor on tho part of Its people to Indi-
vidually do something for Its advance
ment Instead of waiting for the strnn-
ger who Is always at best a long time
coming. Natural advantages are no ad
vantages without they nre improved
and It needs work nnd pluck nnd push to
make a showing of them. Whenever
San Antonio capitalists putsomo of their
own money In good enterprises there
will bo some hope for others from abroad
doing tbe sama thing.
A Wamiixoiox special to tbo New-
York Sun says: "General Hnwley Is a
presidential candidate In enrncst. He
Is superintending his own boom. Short
and pithy biographical sketches with
what Is Intended to bo a likeness of tbo
distinguished Connect leuter born In
North Carolina begin to appear In tho
country newspattfrs. Tho General Is
proceeding on tho assumption that tho
llttest survive and that under I lie pres-
ent situation It means him. Stress Is
laid on his birth In the South as though
It gives bl in the advantage over nil
rivals. Joe is everybody's friend. When
Maine has wanted him he has onlyhad
to say so. Hut Joo considers himself
Hlalno's equal now. He Is seriously
setting up tho claim of heirship to
Maine's votes. Joe has decided to have
Secretary Lincoln run for Vice Presi-
dent on his ticket. Tho Huwley boom
will fairly begin to boom within tho
next 30 days."
The New Orleans Times Democrat
says : "Tho widow of tbe famous Jfcx-
Ican General Santa Anna Is now living
quietly In her native State and seldom
Intrudes Into tbe outer world. Mrs.
Santa Anna U but IS years old though
It Is a wonder she does not look 100.
Santa Anna was President of Mexico
three years before she was born. She was
plighted to him In her cradle and mar-
ried to him when sbo was 13. He was
then a military dictator Bleeping on his
sword beset by constant peril. In six
months he had lost his leg and got into
a Texas prison. For 20 years her 11 fu
was spent In a camp surrounded by tho
whirl of warfare. Her husband was llvo
times President of Mexico four times
military dictator In absolute power. Ho
was banished recalled banished again
nnd Anally died when with his wife In
exile as a traitor. She has seen much
glory' and ha'i received unlimited adu-
lation but she hardly ever enjoyed one
thoroughly peaceful month in her life."
"The latest development of Prlnco
Bismarck's policy of centralization and
despotism" says tho Clnolnnatl Times
Star "Is Just a llttlo worse than any-
thing that has heretofore been conceived
by tbe Imperious and relentless Crcsar
of Germany. He proposes ft revision of
the constitution providing a permanent
military budget thus placing In his
hands unrestricted and absolute power
with respect to tbo enormous military
establishment of the empire. Knowing
full well that this design will not llnil
favor In the itclchstng bo has perfected
a plan It Is believed to secure Its ratifi-
cation by the council of Princes. It is
apparently n very bold game to play
even for Illsniarek who considers his
authority to rest upon sheer physical
force and mastery of will. If the plot Is
carried through ho enn not reasonably
expect popular submission to this cen-
tralizing tendency without n sharp pro-
test. Tbo rancor and animosities sure
to be aroused will give him trouble nt
tbe outset. Tho German Liberals nre
Implacably hostile to lllsmarcklan ar-
rogance and ambition that aim to cxnlt
the crown and oppress tho people.
There Is n possibility of n momentous
struggle resulting fiom the lofty disre-
gard shown by the Iron Chancellor for
llio representative branch of tbo Gov-
ernment." Simon Hill Slraw Hall
Low quartered shoes from the cheapest
fnclorv to the llnest hand mndc n lnrgo
lino of trunks valises and satchels sun
umbrellns very cbcnp anil many other
articles ton numerous to mention. Wo
recommend a call on them before pur-
cbnslng. J. JtwKKitSo.NS.
Pfller Loiselle Sayt
That In his cxperlcnco of III) years as n
caterer Itlcker it I.cc's lilnnosn eollco Is
tbo best be has )et used. Tbo wife of ft
prominent merchant prefers It to.lnvft
because It Is pure delicious nnd refresh-
ing. Sold by nil grocers. l-2N-t
Dargtlns I Darjafnll
Messrs. D. d A. Oppcnhclmcr on
Main plaza nro positively selling out
their lino stock of clothing dry goods
nnd boots nnd shoes nt coat. This Is no
advertising dodge for wo nro positively
going out of tho retail business nnd wo
Intend to sell our stock nt very low
figures to close out. If you don't
believe It cnll nnd we will convlnco
New York rjlr.
Ill) Knst Houston street Is tbo placo to
buy your millinery where goods aro re-
tailed nt wholesale prices. Feathers
(lowers hats nnd bonnets trimmed nnd
untrlmmed. Ladles go to New York
Fair and bavo your old chip and Milan
straws shaped to the latest stylo to look
llkoncw. Trimmings renovated In tho
most Improved Now York method.
Feathers cleaned nnd dyed. 11-e-o-d-lin
The Great South American Cure
Tbo only medicine that stood tho test
of n two Months' sale In San Antonio
during which time 200(10 bottles were
sold nnd received tbe unanimous verdict
of the publlo In Its favor. It cures Liver
t nnipinuu jiyspcpsia unus Luuimi
Kidney Disease Constipation nnd all
Mood Diseases. Solo agent !. Kuhn
corner Croclett nnd Alnmo plaza Snn
To the Public.
Having como from tho North for the
purpose of locntlng here and making
this city my permanent home I would
ask tho citizens or Snn Antonio nnd
vicinity to kindly grant mo n shnro of
their patronngo to enable mo to earn n
living for myself and children. I will
give muslo lessons on piano organ or
violin for CO cents per lesson of ono
hour. Tbe art of wnxwork Including
"autumn leaves" for $3 band painting
on silk satin or velvet for CO cents per
lesson. All kinds of embroidery nnd
fancy stitches nt tho snmo rate. Will
embroider bat bands mottoes or any
other fancy article to order or will toko
a school In or near the city teaching the
usual branches of nn Lngllsh school.
Hest or references given noili Irom iMoriii
nnd South If desired. Any ono wishing
to wrlto can drop n postal to my address
and I will respond by letter or In person.
jun-i. .vi. .i uai.i'ix.
San Antonio April 21. 4-22-lm
For 10 dart customers to buy tho fol
lowing boots shoes nnd slippers:
1 miles' nigu cut rrcncti uootees.
Ladles' common sense heel all kinds.
Laird Seober & Mitchell's Philadel
phia peublo goat common sense.
uiu jnuicB' jrencn kiu low suppers.
Loul Quince heel French kid slippers
the llnest In tho market.
Gents' low nunrterrt. all stvles. from
tbo cheapest to tbo llnest French kid
made just received.
Tho name wo nssumcd wo try to keep
up and have therefore all styles and
makes to lit all Clndcrellns who tiny us
a visit for sllnpcrs;also n full line of
Bolld aro supplied at all hours. 4-ItMf
V. Hcli.io.t Co. James Clatln lliiclaml
The druggtals who aro atwaya loottlug afltr
tho Interest ot their cuatomers. hnvo now fe.
cured tbo aalo ot Dr. Itovanko's Cough and
I.ung Pyrup a remedy that nover rails to euro
('old 1'alnf In tho Cheat and nil Lunir AITeo-
tloas. For ptoor Congus. try a Slmplo bottlo.
Regular size tw cento and f 1.
Cure for fllos.
Plica aro frequently procoded by a aenso of
oluht In tho back loins nnd lower part or llio
abdomen eauelnir tho putlent to guppoao lio
Ing organs At times symptoms of liultges.
tlun aro present tia flatulency liiieiialneaa of
llio atomaeh eto. A molature Uko Jicrapira
linn producing n very illsiurrcoablu Itching
after ireltlnir warm. 14 a very common olteml.
ant. Illlnd Weeding n
IKhtoir l'llcarlclil at
i to Ihn flnnlleatlnu r.r tlr. HnHiinkn'H l'lln
llemeuy wuicti acts directly upon tho p
tTeetod. nhaorblmr tho Tu
intenao Itching and effecting u permanent
cure. Prico rJ conta. Addreaa Tlio llr. lln.
aankn Mcdklno Co. l'inua. I). Hold by (J.
Bcaaao & Co' James Clavln Uigliind Co
Proposals for Fuel Forage and Straw
O to uiual condition! will las rocoWcd at tula
ottlce or at tho olUwi of tho (J uaripr mailers at
wo i ono wi nit niiaeu wwu unui yj o ciock
noon uoth morldlnn time on the Uth day of
Juno. JK8I at which time and fUorsthoy will
loopenocl In prcBenow of bidders tor furnish
Injr nnd dollvery of l-'ucl nnd I'oratfO durlnir
tho lUcal year x)inmencliifcr July 1 lMi as
Forts Ili-own. Ol uric Concho T)avla Mcintosh
Ulnffffold and K lock ton and tho sub-posts of
Camp Del Ufo l'ena Colorado Mayors Hrlnir
and Camo Ulce Texas.
l'rcforrni'O will bo trlvcn toorllcleaof domna-
tlo production and manufacture conditions of
prlco and quality bclnc equal and such prefer-
ence given to articles of American production
and manufacturo produced on tho Pacing
ooast to tho oitent of the consumption re-
quired by tho publlo servlco thero.
llloiik proposals and circulars irtvlnir full In-
structions as to manner of bidding and terms
ot contract will bo furnished on application to
this office or to tbo guarterruaUcrs at tbo
various posts named
Tho Qovorpinent rtscrns tho right to reject
any or all proposals.
Envelopes containing proposals should te
narked i Proposals for at " and
addressed to the undersigned or to iha re-
spective 1'ost Quaitermaaters.
J. O. C. LEI!
Major and Chief guar terra aster.
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Tho Unllcd States Military Hand will play
every Sunday -afternoon Cholco mualo dally
from -l.no to lft.10 p. tn. Parties largo or small
Refreshments Wines Hnslcand Floor
at any time on short notice. Kiccllcntatabllng
and good earo for horses guaranteed by
1 llonalon Street
Is the place to havo Old Ilnls. Made New
or Hots Made to Order. Work guaran-
NO. 4 WIMT HOUSTON BTIllir.T.
Iteeos nn band nnd serves In llrst-class
style OAMH OYSTKUS FISH etc. In
their season. Will make a specialty of
supplying orders for Halls I'artles anil
An Ice-Cream gallery anil mules' pnr-
lnra attached tn tbo restaurant. Invites
spcolnl attention of Indies and gentle-
men. Terms modernto and satisfaction
guaranteed. Open from 7 n. in. to 12 p.m.
JisT0. R GHOSH ON
UOH XVvtt Co
roll PAIX -Iltinches larjro and pi mi It In
Texas and Mexico. Improved nnd unimproved
farms and city property. Linns neitoHatinl
tMotkRhoiiKhUndsold. Tnxespnld. 3-lMy
m 1-2 Kast Houston St.
CANDIES and CONFECTIONERY
Manufactures dAlly tho flnent purest and inont
delkloiiA of candles and confectionery ot all
kinds fptclul attention P'ltl to ordurs and
sittlsruellrm tfna rant ceil. Tor aalq only .tL'Hi
l.upt Houston Bltcct. 4-D Ont
J C. TUCKER M. D.
II OM (EOT AT life
40 J Favt Houston Mreef
J. 8. TnORKTON
J. M IWinWNBOrt
V04 Commerce Htraet
SAN ANTONIO .... TEXAS
Trinsacts a cnoraI banking business.
F. R. COLLINS
Wlml Ilorso Tow-
er steam nnd liantl
Pumps of nil kinds.
Water pipes nnd
llltlngs or all kinds
and Blzes whole-
sale nnd retail. Hy-
dranllo rams and
wind mills or all
sizes for pumping
or grinding to lie
found or ordered at
212 St. Mary's St.
R. A. HOLLAND
Wlulra.ilc anl retail
Tea Dealer.Cof fee Roaster
NO H COMMERCE STREET.
Importation of Trench nod I.nfrllsh tahlo
delicacies a specialty. Coffee parched and
ground every day. Teas of all prados and
In tho blood la apt to show Itself In thoSprtnir.
and nature should by all l
i bo aaslated In
throwing it off Hwltt'sepeclilodoestlilscllec-
PoIboii or taint out through tho pores or the
Mr. Uobert A. Easloy nf Pick son Tenn
com men Jo. 1 Hwlft'i ti peel lie. 1 trlod ono bottlo
anil mv health boirantalmiimva. I continued
until 1 had taken bIx hot tlo j and It has set mo
on my ioei assouna ana wen as ever l
mend tt tn &1I almllarlr aflilotRd '
Letters from twenty-thrco ()) of tho leading
retail druggists of Atlanta say. under dato of
March 21. Itwti "Wo soil more or Hwlft's
Spec) Ho titan any other ono remedy and three
to 10 times at much as any other medicine.
Wo sell It to all classes and many of tho best
families uso It as a general health tonic."
Our Treatise on Blood and Hkln Diseases
mauea irco w applicants.
TIIi: SWIFT Sl'KCIFIC- CO.
Drawer 3 Atlanta
New York omuo 159 West Sid street hctweon
HIX MIM.ION ACKICS
lor Halo ly
202 Commerce St. for. Xararro
A Koenlrsbcrfircr'Si Pan
of tbn Internal rial
railroad land tn
To Owners of Hacts anfl Vehicles.
MAYOR'S OFKICR. I
CtTvnr 8A! Antonio.
April 91 IHHI.1
Iatecncs upon hacks omnlhuRses express
woffons rnrts. Job wsKons or any other
vehicles for rtihllc use expires on tho .HHh
lit accord a nro wllh Heel Inn 1ft. of An prdU
it nee entitled An Ordinance retriilattntr
hacks nnd vehicles owners of hacks and oin
uses aro hereby notified that tho number
of their llccnso must im painted on Iho sldo
and front of each of the lumps In distinct and
leg I bio II g urea not lets limn two Inches In sle
and that tho color shall bu ttack.
I V. CLAlMlON
Mw City Clerk.
Dealers in Hay Grain anfl Feed
North sltlft Alnmo I'tari. San Antonio.
Mil In l'tarn. Near Trench llullillns;.
shnrltst nntuv. Terms reasonable. (lo hint
MEANS & GLASKIN
33 SOLEDAD STJIEET
I f you want tn borrow money fro to i hem.
if you want to buy or scllland go to them.
If you want to loan money nn Kood security
rail on them.
. If you want Information ubout lands or
land titles call on them.
If you want houses rented nnd tho rents
promptly collected call iion them.
If vnu want correct and reliable Information
' iauus in iHiar
CARTER & MULLALY.
42 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA
Funerals Fa ru Is In I With Every Iteqolslte
Special attention Riven to forwarding bodies
to all parts of tho United States. frToIephone
connectlAn. Calls attendol day nil ntaht.
JACOB WliBElt tfc CO.
Wbolivsalo and Itotall Dealers In
and Manufacturers of
THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS
Kummel Anlaotto ox tract of Hoarhoundeto
Krlsch's hall corner Houston and North
Flores streets San Antonio. 15-1 y
i 8nn Antonio BlncnlMfl
Ilosack & Newton
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
fir Have largo stnro rooms for Consign-
mentsatNo.9Co;nal If lock on Houston stroe.
F. GROOS & CO
BAN ANTONIO TEXAB.
PRANK 0LSMITH& Co.
Th But In Iho World.
Euij Fi:v.i!lj' Sreech-Loadiag Single tug
GUNS PISTOLS CUTLERY
ANIl FI9IIINU TACK LIS.
200 Miles the Nhortt Itnute. Arriving Hours In Advance o
I.tue. Finest KqulpmenL Hurest Connections
Arrlvca NHW OlttXANB..
i 1 1 1 r.A i i.i.i'ii I A .
Only On. Clianseor CaratoFlt. Iula. Clilr-airo. fiulaTlll.. Cincinnati
llaltlimtr. or Waahlniflon.
The Great California Route
Thronali New Atailco anil Ar
1.(13 AN(n:ms Oil.
BAN.JOSi:. Cal.'anVlBAK- FltANCISCO
The fopular Sleeplna; Car Una Iletwe.n
VTTki manarctncnl of thla (Ircat
walt-liful pro nn tint (IpmatitL fir tlraltiuu travnl. Iim Hnrl.lo.1
ttiurntiRhly rntllaldl car In waiting at Oernlnir
aonnl tiairiraire 1
T. l'.NICllOt.s Ticket Agent
T. W. l'i:ilCK..IK. (1.
International & Great Northern Ry.
Tixiao Card iu 331Toot X3oo. la lOOB i
KI"Inic8an Antonio Iwimd norlh. at;n5a.ro. 1T.I.1 n. m. Arrlto-tiH p.m. an J 8p.m.
Iavc Tor Urv'ilollp. ra.arrlvofrora ITO.to7:l.la. iu. Mliwl tralu loailng I.areil3a. m. ar-
rlvcaBan Antonio TkIO p. in. lynvlngBan AntonloSn. m.arriviiefrfirDiloIlp. m. Train leaving
Ban Antonio 7:C. a. in. Iiaa the farnoui
PULLMAN HOTEL CAR I
SA.N ANTONIO AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS.
Clowc-nnootlmual l.lttln lluck for tlio Poiithoaat ami In tho Union iloimt St. Iiula. will-
all cxprcaa trains. rW ticket. ratoa time carilaoranv Information apply to
J J. CIIHW Ticket Agent. SHI (Mm Dicrco el ret t. Han Antonio. (Vxaa
II. V. IlirUIIHri. II. W. IOCUl.l.OtIni A. (I. V. A. II?c:10WN81:NI1 (I. i" a.
Jl.ll'.i'.".";''''"- (laUealon.Toxaa. Rt. lx)iiHMo.
W. II. NIStVMAN (1ROIH1K OLII8.
Tralllo Manager (laliealon Teiaa. Ocneral Traltlo Manager Bt. boula. Mo.
L. WOLF SO NT
NORTHWEST COR. MAIN PLAZA.
Spring Stock Arriving
In tho latest HvIm. Most lieautlful IIIIISS 0001)3 over
beToro opened In tbo city
i latest s1ik-1oj ami stls. Tho flnesl ftwnrtment nf Utiles onibroMcro'l rolx
lier novelties In cmhrolilcrod rabrlca IncluiHtitr reneh oriraiKllctt etc. as well
a tho lateat stvles or satoansantlvroriUHtiriMm ami an endless slock
of laeoa ttoarfa lm'idkerchUftff tflovea Indie cloak vrrnjw.
and winter comprising
Overcoats Hats Boots
A full stock of matrt'S
O. K. MUELLER
Paints OilsWall Paper
Window Glass MirrorPlalcs Artists' Materials
nrueliuB ami Evory thing to bo foimcl In a Klrot-Claaa Paint Store. Picturo Framliig'and Flno
Sign Work a Bpeclaltv. Commerce. Street Sun Antonio Teiaa.
Willi H. I)entcl.& Co.. corner of Coinmrrrennd;Mnln plnzn Flno etook ot
acriimn Kngllah nnd French Roods. llrst 'work gunrnntccd " It-o-Ciji
WALTER .SOOTT '
Manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement
Ufflccaiid Factory HOI) :(1S H. I.ircilo Htroct Sail Antonio.
Tho iHt nmtorlal now nfferoil to tho puMlo for al recta anil alJnwalk paving. Prlcea-I'lrat
clasa i2so. per loot. Becolnllaaa 210. ltororoncoe: V. (Irooa l'nuldcnt flermaTi-ltiiglUh achool
P. W. Irfinge Troaauror San Autonto tiUbor aaaoclatlon r"rlu lllpperl. Uoaigo It. Stumliorg
11. O. tftuiuhorg. . l. 2Slv
Williams & Russell
(Successors to Soulo WHInnis)
White Lead Liriseed Oil Window Glass Paper Hanging
and Artists' Materials at Wholesale and Retail.
nnd BiJS Knst Iloimton St. Sail Antonio.
E5T Sqlo Agents for tl(0 Ce)cbrntctl Avcrlll IJenily 3(lxed J'nlnts ami Crystal
I'lnto Olnss Corapnny.
Q. E. PROMMER
Practical Book Binder and Ruler
Opi. Court Ilouso Solodntl St. San Antonio
fnprlci dcfl'od! bMa "a ruto a"ne wlth nc'no". dureblbltr un4 dUpatch. Oony.otltl o
6:15 P. M.
NKW OltLKANa.ANII SAN FItANCINCO.
and.cliirltntlio lunch Intcrrnl. to trnnatrr por
rplatlvo DoaltliHi In llin i
inuoo rrararillntr rate
1. II. PltKKK Ticket Agent
Itlcncrr llolel Flan Anloiilo.
everything foi urn-
Shoes Clothing Etc.
In his stock this winter Mr. Wolfsoi bo-
i his own. Tho nssortmunt Is lurtrer than
heraarnmanv iiLwniid Itmuitirul ilwtlu-na
mhlp In irreat variety and all that l
i) tiliijr mndo dally. Custnmerfl nro Invltnd ti
U. V(II.FHON northwest corner Main
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