The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 118, Ed. 1, Friday, May 16, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
VT Oirro Titos. D. John
W. L. WlllTIH.
GIFFORD JOHNSON & WINTER
l'nbllabeddaflj-.exocDl Biindar l HO Hiul
Ootamereo street. Ik-llreied IT earrlers
throujboiit Iho city Hi 10 cenls week aj Mo
toourarent. Dliilrlo eopl-a fur mIk lir new.-
bora Hi 5 cent. Subscription prynirJIIITO-
AIIVKIITISINO II ATM t
Headlns- waller local column 3) rrnttlwr
line Unit Inwrtlon 10 eenla Drat week and 5
ccnta after Bret week. I'cr month 4 nta
IViraladvertlaenie'-taJIper Inch lint Inser-
tion 8 cents Tor eaeta aubcuent lurertlon
Homo advertise was ta paiaMeen nut itfeach
month Tranal.ntadverlli.lni( najalJ. In ad-
ranee. Only melalcuta printed.
All eoutraoU must bo approved by Ibe tliul-
B. P. Johnson la duly aulliorlred to aollclt
for the San Antonio Lioiit. Subscribers not
receiving thilr par will pleaao make com-
plaint to htm or at tboomce. Bubacrlbera aro
warned not to pay their aubacrlptlon except
uponproacnlatlonof a properly receipted bill
Friday. May 16. 1884.
Who spiked the guns? Is tlio nuestlon
that agitates Austin nt present.
Tiir. Capital Is sparring at the States-
man yet and persists In calling tlie nlle
chief of staff the while elephant.
Tiik Texas Commonwealth Is the title
of o new venture In the Journalistic Held
at Corsloann. The I.iciiit wishes It suc-
cess. Ox one day last week The Evening
l'ost of Cincinnati sold CO.OtHI copies on
the streets through the ageney of the
newsboys of that city.
Tub trial of Willis Adams for tho
lirutal murder of .Mike. Hums at Dnllas
Is set foMrlal on the '-Nth Instant. He Is
under a bond or $10000.
Six hundred delegates am expected to
attend the convention of the A.O. U.W.
on the Paclflc elope which meets In Salt
l.ale City on Die 20th Inst.
Tub News asks: ".Vow that O'COnor
Is dead who will bo recognized as the
head of the American hart David Dud-
ley Field or William M. Kvarts?"
Ten thousand people went to see a
slugging match In Xew York on Monday
night between Itllly Edwards and Char-
ley Mitchell and most of them paid ?
Tiik EI Taso Times probably had In
mind the recent Mexican railroad out-
rages when It wrote: "We want a posi-
tive executive with a vigorous foreign
policy. Jllnlnn (Ills tho bill."
County Attohxky Wooten of Travis
county lias filed an Information against
A. J Peeler Jr. and others for dis-
turbing the peace by firing cannon on
the streets of Austin.
Coloxki. I.KS8E TiioMiffl.v a Texas
veteran and a soldier In three wars died
recently at Itlcbmond. He had been In
Texas since 1822 being a member of one
of Austin's first 300 families.
Tub ladles of Houston are holding
meetings and taking steps to secure u
good exhibition In tho women's depart-
ment of Texas at the World's exposition
In Xew Orleans. Will San Antonio
ladles lend a helping hand ?
Though It has just entered the arena
of Journalism the Commonwealth of
Corslcana wholly says: "We have
nothing to say for nor against John Ire-
land but will go tho cigars that an In-
dependent can be elected Governor by a
majority of 50000."
The OatesvlUc Advance Joins In the
chorus and has the thanks of the Light
for the following: "The Sax Antonio
Jjoht the petite evening paper has
found it necessary to enlarge and the
Advance takes pleasure In chronicling
this forward move. Tho Light Is a He
publican paper but It Is ably edited and
conducted on true Journallstlo princi-
ples. May It continue to grow."
Hon. John Hancock seems to bo en
tirely Ignored In the slate making for
the next Congress. 'Prominent among
the probable candidates now spoken of
is iyOi. J. l jJraokenrlugo. The Austin
Dispatch concludes an editorial upon
tins gentleman as follows: "Ills nomi
nation would be his election and this
cannot be said of all Democrats aspiring
to ibis position lie Is under all cir-
cumstances the most available candi
date we could put forward and we hope
that those Interested will tako tho mat-
ter in hand and give him a unanimous
nomination In our convention."
FnoM an editorial in the Chicago
Times of Monday the following Is clip-
ped: "The facts that slowly are drag-
ged forth from the ruins of the Grant-Ward-Marine
bank downfall In Wall
street reveal one of the most colossal
gambling adventure that this or any
other country has known. It Is now
stated that the liabilities amount to up-
ward of ten millions of dollars and that
the asseU are virtually nothing!"
Then follows n column devoted to an
expose of the business. The strictures
are severe and the Liairr thinks hardly
merited by the old General at least.
Give them a chance to show up before
Xot long ago SlierllT McCall of this
county arrested four young men G A
Wisdom f. II. Oden E. 11. Harrow and
F. M. Terry for horse stealing and re-
covered nearly 30 head of hprscs. These
men wero wanted for robbery and horse
stealing In Coryell county and Sheriff
Lanbam came and carried them to Gatcs-
vllle whero they were Jailed. Tho mob
that has contributed so much to cast n
blot upon the fair naino of Coryell con-
eluded to hang these men and shortly
after I heir Incarceration Iho Jail was np-
proacl d by the mob for tho purpose of
taking them nut. Sheriff Lanham
though true to his manhood and his
sworn duty denied the lynchers ad-
mission and defeated their cflorts. He
has now transferred tho quartette of
thieves to the Waco Jail where they
will be safely kept till tried. When
Coryell gels through with them llcxar
county will have an account to settle
with them. For his brate conduct
Sheriff Lanham deserves credit.
TREATED LIKE DOGS.
Kldnirptd lo Cuba-Working Kakid Under a
Broiling Sun siileen Hours a Day- Details
of Cruelty Almost Unheard of
Nhw Voiik May3. ThcstcnmerCIen-
fuegos brought to this port yesterday ten
of the eleven men who were recently In-
duced to go to Cuba under tho supposi-
tion that they wero going to work on ft
farm near this city. Tho party went to
Castle garden whero their sworn state-
ments wero taken which latter were
placed In tlto hands of Majors Marshall
and McDermott who with tho aid of the
Commissioner of Emigration will thor-
oughly Investigate the case. The men
are all meek looking with sallow com-
plexions whleJi they declare Is tho re-
sult of laboring Inn much warmer cli-
mate than they have been nccustomed
to. Tho names of the men arc Carl Mai-
nil Johan Walwlk Leopold Knappa
Gabriel Wysockl. Matthcas Zakowskl
Leon Zabowltr Joseph Zablczyk Lud-
wlg Lugazlk Welenty Urutzkus and
Andreus Kozen. The nllldavita agree In
every particular. Only two of them
knew each other before thoy were placed
onboard the steamer bound lor Cuba
yet they all swear that they were picked
up near tho llattery on different
occasions by a man whom they only
know as August who Is emplojcd
at Zander and .Meyers' employment
olllcc. No. 10 Greenwich street. At this
latter place they ware questioned as to
t heir nites weight prospects and ability
to work. A contract was read to each
which stated that $10 per month In
American gold and board wns to be
their pay for the first mont'i after which
they were to receive moic. They agreed
lo work for this sum n certain number of
years. They all declare that they wero
Informed that the farm upon which they
ere to be employed was within three
hours of the city by rail but it would
take nday to reach there by steamer by
which route they were to go as It was
cheaper. Each liavlngBlgned n separate
contract they were on December 0 last
placed on board the steamer Santiago
and did not know where they were
bound until the third day out from this
port when MalsM becoming uneasy In-
quired their destiny of a sailor and wns
Informed that they were going to Clen-
fuegos Cuba. Malskl told his compan-
ions w ho demanded of the man In whoso
charge they were nnd whose name they
do not know that they be returned to
Xew Vork. Their demand wns refused
and a day later they landed nt Clenfue-
gos. From thero they traveled Into tho
Interior by rail and water for over 12
hours when they reached a sugar
and tobacco plantation called "Vngo
Legncrltlo llodas." owned by n
Mr. Goytesolo. That night they
slept In low wooden huts without any
bed or bedding and on tho following
morning wero set to work nt 4 o'clock.
They labored until 8 o'clock that oven-
Ing with n half hour respite for meals
three times. Their efforts to get an ex-
planation from their overseers wero
useless. Thero wero but few white men
on tho plantation but over .WO negroes
were employed with whom they la-
bored. Their food was very poor con-
sisting during the four months the
were kent there of collee. r ce. potatoes.
codfish and ft poor quality of meat once
or twice a week. On the first Sunday
after their arrival Malskl refused to
work that dar. and his companions fol
lowed his lead. The overseer called In
n oomnany of Spanish soldiers who put
Malskl's feet In tho stocks whero ho
was kept a prisoner nil day. Ills com-
panions were beaten until they agreed
to worK. -iiaiski nnauy proiniseu to
work and was released toward evening.
Soon after he was taken sick with fever
nnd was brutally beaten for being unable
to work. The majority of his compan-
ions were also taken sick with fever
caused by working In the open
fields under tho broiling sun to
which they were not used. They learned
that the other white laborers on tho plan-
tation received $.'13 per month but their
contracts were produced when tliev
spoke of the matter. Their hours of
labor were ollcn longer than from I n.
in. to 8 p. m. but never less. On one or
two occasions niter tne urst sununy
when tliev refused to work on the Sab
bath the overseer threatened to have
them shot If they disobeyed bis orders.
Their sleeping apartments were low
hovels called "sturvels" nnd each man
nau n canvas coi. i-ew clonics were
furnished them as they preferred to
work with as little npparel upon their
persons as possible. Late In March last
the attention of the United States Con
sul at Clenruegos wns directed to their
case through the Commissioners of Emi-
gration here who had received Intelli-
gence of the condition of the men from
an American In Cuba and the men wen-
released by Goytesolo early last month.
They were paid forthelrlabor InSpanlsh
money but were obliged to pay $23
apiece for their passage here. Since
they left the plantation thoy have been
oblured to sner.d the little monev thev
had for food nnd other necessities so
they arrived here absolutely penniless.
St. Louis Tost-Dlspatch.
Another Reduction In Price or Gas.
From nnd after June 1 1K8I gns will
be sold to consumers at four dollars ($1)
per lOUO cu-)lo feet Instead of $1 60 per
in. present price. Liberal discounts
will be made In proportion to amount
consumed per month. As coal Is obtain-
able nt n slightly less cost the Gas com-
pany gives consumers of gas the benellt
of reduced cost lly order of Hoard of
l-ireciors niOMlSM. tULUASH
Seo'y 8. A. Gas Co.
Miss Schneider Milliner
Has opened up a new millinery nnd
ladles' fancy goods store at No. 20 Alamo
street two doors from postolllce where
she Invites Inspection of her goods lin
Cura for riles.
Piles am f rtiiuently Drecodod by n um nt
welirht In tho back loins and lower part or the
abdomen cnualna- tho patient to auppneo be
i.a B-iua .umiuu ot ma aiuneya or uulirnuor-
tho itoraatli. cto. A ruolRturo. llko iurnl
tlon producinir a very dinairrotabl Ucbintr
Qt. Lllnd. HltHHiniirand IlAlnir
lupllcailon of Dr. fiowiratV.. imi
lU'inedr wblcn acta directly upon tho Dirt
iedy whlcb acta directly upon tho part
:ted. atiKO'blnir ha Ttimnn olljiln h.
lotcnae ttctiioir and .ilTootiDjr a permanent
cure. Price W cent. Addnna The r. Ho-
Ninko Medklno Co. I'lqua. O. Sold by O
Bcbwe tSfCo JatneaClarln ittgland it Co
A FINE RANCH TOU SALE.
e.SOO Acres reneel and Slocked With Horses
Cauls and Coats.
A fine ranch of 01)00 acres of land all
fenced. In Uvalde county 23 miles from
the town or Uvalde. The land Is situated
nt the mouth or the Sablnal and Frio
rivers fronting seven mllea on tho
Sablnal. Has plenty of good grass
water and timber. One-third valley
light mulatto soli and 10 acres In culti-
vation. Six hundred acres Is cnolosed
for n horse pasture. Thero Is it good
eight-room frnmo house threo tenement
houses sfnbles and cribs two wells with
good water. On the ranch are 4(10 head
cattle one-half to two-thirds Durham
100 head horses and mule colls nnd 200
Angora mixed goats. Title warranted
perfect. To be purchased at a bargain.
Address for the next 00 days for full
particulars "J. II. T." this olllcc or J.
V. Ilradloy Heal Estate Agent San
Antonio Texas. ft-SIf
To the Public.
Having como from tho North for the
purposo of locating here and making
this city my permanent home I would
ask the citizens of San Antonio and
vicinity to kindly grant mo a shnro of
their patronage to enable mo to earn n
11 vine-for mvsclf and children. I will
give musla lessons on piano organ or
violin lor mi ccnis per icssou oi one
hour. Tho nrt or waxwork Including
"autumn leaves" for SI hand pnlntlng
on silk satin or velvet for 60 cents per
lesson. All kinds of embroidery nnd
tancv stllches at tho same rate. Will
embroider lint bands mottoes or nny
other fanoy nrtlclo to order or will take
n scnooi in or ncariuo cny iciiuiuiik "
usual branches of nil English school.
Host of references nlven both from North
nnd South If desired. Any ono wishing
to wrlle can drop n postal to my address
nnd I will respond by letter or In person..
Sun Antonlo..Aprll 21.' ' ' 1-22-liii
The Mission Drug Store
We presume It Is useless to say that
tho Mission drug store In tho Fourth
wnrd has always been managed Inn first
class and accommodating manner but
In the future under the new manage-
ment It Is tho aim of the proprietors to
qual If not excel any drug (tore In the
II v. Messrs. lllco Ilrothers have taken
charge of the business nnd have refitted
the house and have lust received n fresh
stock. Dr. H.A.lIlalr will have charge
of the prescription department. Dr. II.
A. lllalr Is a thorough pharmacist ft
graduato or the Hungarian Louisville
and otucr prominent colleges minis into
should fall to v Isit the Mission drug store
ir tney want nnyiiiing or nor ior you
will llnd prices very low. 6-9-lf
U.S. Marshal's Sale
l'ersuant to decree' and order of the
Honorable United States District court
for the Western district of Texas In
cause or libel Xo 22 of the United States
vs. 20 bend of horses and 10 mules pend-
ing In the United Stales court In tho
olty of San Antonio I will offer for sale
nil nnd singular the snld 2) head of
horses and 10 mules for cash In hand
to the highest bidder nt the pasture of
X. Mackey seven (7) miles west of tho
city of Sail Anfonlo In llcxar county
Texas on the 20th day of May A. !.
iksi nt tne iinur ot iz o ciock hi.
H.ii. Jj. Gcm.NU'
6-0-lOt U.S. -Marshal.
Attention Ladles t
Mrs. Clare Sutherland fashionable
dressmaker would announce to the
ladles of San Anfonlo that she has sev-
ered her business connection with Miss
Cook nnd lias removed to No. 2.17 1.nst
Houston street where she will still con-
tinue to carry on the dressmaking busi-
ness In all Its branches. Having had n
wide experience In Boston Chicago nnd
St. Louis she feels no hesitancy In say-
ing that sho feels confident that she can
please and satisfy the most fastidious
taste. In fact a perfect lit Is guaran-
teed or the money refunded l'rlces
very moderate. 5-3-30t
A FINE FARM
Of t.100 Acres for Sale at a Bargain.
Fine tract of land of 1100 acres In
Harris county six miles from Houston
on Buffalo Bayou railroad running by
same l'lcnty of water grass nnd tim-
ber. Some Improvements nnd part
under cultivation. Four hundred tons
of hay cut from same last season. Will be
sold cheap and on easy terms. Address
5- 3tf J. W. HnAPLKY
Heal Estate Agent Son Antonio.
Bargains! Bargains I
Messrs. I). & A. Oppenhctmer on
Main plnza are positively selling out
their fine stock or clothing dry goods
and boots nnd shoes at cost. This Is no
advertising dodge for we aro positively
going out of the retail business and w e
Intend to sell our stock at very low
figures to close out. If you don't
believe It call and wo will convlnco
I have severed my connection with
Mr. G. 1'enrson for the purpose of open-
ing an auction and commission bouse nt
Xo. 401 East Houston street. I hopo by
strict attention to business liberal nnd
fair dealing with my patrons to succeed.
I will pay the highest cash price for sec-
ond hand furniture attend to outside
sales and guarantee satisfaction.
6- 7-0t Dax J Coltox.
A new involco of furniture of all kinds
Including gallery settees has Just been
received by Mr. I!. Itccker Xo. 10 Com-
merce street whloh he will sell at bottom
prices. Also a number of secretaries
sent to lihn by mistake and which will
bo Bold extremely low. He Invites the
Inspection of all interested. 6-10-1 w
One hundred dollars will be paid
for tho arrest and conviction ofeach und
every person Implicated In cutting our
pnsture fence llvo miles northwest of
San Antonio. Houn & Diumjwii v.
Till Idna ntdolni; U iat
To Colorado or New Motion lor puio air lo re
lieve Consumption lia'l h mlDtaku. Any rons-
onablo man would use fir. Iloaanko'a Oounh
and l.tinir Byrup for (Xneutnpt Ion In nil Its bret
Huron. It never full to irlvo relief In att (jtfcs
of Uouirha Cold" llrotiebltK I'Alns In Iho
.u an aucctlona that uro uonMdered
ntlon. Price f0 ct nta and
:droaprlnra la Ibe meat Intt-r-etlroreaort
In Texaa and Hint
an Hiiiiia mm Il'iul-I and
at all hours. 4 lll-if
The best smoking tobacco Is "Little
i?- w. 'McAllister
Groceries Country FMnce Etc.
ii white Hme cement eto. Gooda de-
Rrtow guaranteed liotoor. Bouth Alamoand
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
The United 8'atca Military Hnml will rlr
evcrrftundaj-A'ternnon. Cholwmuahi nally
from DM In 10.10 p. m. t'arlle hOgenrsinatl
Refreshments Wines Music and Floor
Is the place to have Old Hats Made New
or Hats Made to Order. Work guaran-
NO. t WIMP HOUSTON BTflKtiT.
Keeps on hand and serves In llrst-class
style OAMH OYSTKItS FISH etc. In
their season. Will make n specialty of
supplying orders for Halls l'artles and
An Ice-Cream gallery nnd ladles' par-
lors attached to tho restaurant. Invites
special attention of ladles and gentle-
men. Terms moderate and satisfaction
guaranteed. Open from "n.m.to 12p.m.
" JNO. F.GROSIION
Real Estate & Commission Broker
l08 Vt Coimnerrw htrvrt.
roil HAU:-lUtnctitMi Unto nnd email In
Tcxiu and Mexico. IniproiclAhlutilm))ruvc(
forms ami city property. Irans nuioUatctl
MccVb toimht and rvld. TaTpfltd. 3-tMy
'Ml 1-2 Cast Houston St.
CANDIES aflil CONFECTIONERY
Manufacture flnliy tho ftnwt pu
iiciickHn or rnnoit mid
kind S(Httti) Attention
Kiut Houston turret.
tonrrcti.mi'ry or nil
l td to orders and
l'or aalo onlr Kt2W
J C. TUCKER M 6V
40'4 Vitt Houston Htreet
Ban Antonio. DUmm-e of children thront
and Inntrs. Ulllcu botiin lOtn lin.ro. and a to
J 8. Thokstow
J. M. nuowwsow
Traders' National Bank
Transacts n a-enoral banktDx business.
F. F. COLLINS
Wind Ilorso Tow-
er steam and Land
l'umps of allMnds.
Water pipes and
fittings of all kinds
and sizes whole-
sale and retail lly-
drnullo rams and
wind mills of nil
sizes for pumping
or grinding to be
found or ordered at
212 St. Mar 1 St.
Whulce-iUi and retail
Tea Dealcr.Cof fee Roaster
NO. 14 COMMERCE STREET.
Importation of French and Enirllsli tabid
delicacies a specialty. Coffin) parched and
(T round ovcry day. Teas of all grades and
la the. season In which bad or poisoned blood la
moat "pt to ihow llauir. Nature at this Juno-
ture. needs aomelhlnir to aaaatltln throwing-
olT Inn Impurities ulileli tmve colluded hy tlio
siusirlnh elreulallon of blood iiurlnir tlio cold
winter mom lit. Hwlrt'a Bnccllla la natnra'a
areat helper nnd It la a purely vegetable alter.
lis vo been ualnir Hwlll'aBpecllloat llw orphans'
liome as a remedy fur blooil euniplalnta and as
a ireneral health tonic and line had remark
able rcetilts frnni Ita use on tlieebtldien and
ouiplojft'a or the inatllutlon. ll la audi on ex.
eollcnttouloaod keepa Iho blood an pure lliat
aomo nt nur ehlldren or Bo-orula."
X' ""I'N drinrirUt Altwnr fla. wrlleai
o.55Siar 0""lf JarKe.quantltlea or Bwlffa
Bpeclllo for a eprlnir allernatlro and troueral
iieaiin ionic ana with Iho beat reautts. It la
laryiNr uaiiua preventive and euro for
of 1U merit In ttiliaortlnnj
nialleil treo to applicants.
irounee oil mood and Bkla Dlaeaaca
TIIK HWIIT SI'lICIFIC CO.
. ... . Drawer 3 Atlanta Oa.
New York Offleo 160 WeatTwentjr.Thlrd Bt.
HICKMAN. & CAMPBELL Proprietors
HAN ANTON I (I
Under new management. Has been
entirely renewed and refurnished. Kx-
ecllent cuisine. -l-aXIm
Beats Prospect Hill I
' Krarcr Toini nnd f Iif opcr !
Six Fine Building Lots on
Near Krlscli's properly For Sale nt n
bargain for ensli. Address
T. B. JOHNSON
Snn Antonio Light Olllcc.
So. Wfit Ilmittan Street
FurnlFlifit flntclkM meals at rraroiiablo
price. Ptcfiku Chops and Cutlets a tKclslty.
Parties lariro or small supplied at t bort notice
and rnitUfflcHon frnsrnntifdlry
MliNGliR HOTEL BAR
la wliinlntr r Jiifttly-dcrrmri reputation of
being" iiio of tlto best quietest nnd most cle-
rant bora In tbgclly. The Mquotsand Wine
OUni.K & SCHMIDT 1'rcprlctors.
J. S. C.Utll. W 11. MASON
MASON & CARR
Attorneys at Law
lioom O llQtlne lliilldtiiff.
No. SI Solcddd SlrrctBnn Antonio Texas.
flit In riai a Nour Trench Itnlldl.tt;.
dents' cloth In tr made to order Jn tlio latcit
tryl" and truarantrod n perfect tit. A now
method ot renovation old rlotblnir mado to
look ww Atsoripnhlnir will bo donn at tho
shortcut notion. Terms reasonable (live him
MEANS & GLASKIN
33 SO LED AD STREET.
If you want to borrow money po to thorn.
If joo-want to buy or sellland iro to thorn.
If you want to loan money on good security
tall on them.
If you want Information about lands or
Und titles call on them.
lr you want houses rcnteil and tho rents
promptly collected rail upon them.
If nuwant correct and reliable Information
about lots In San Antonio or lauds In llcxar
CARTER & MULLALY
43 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA.
Waiter!. FnmUhed With Kvry i:qulslt
S)Mofal attention (zlren to forwardluir bod lei
to all parts of tbo United States. rafTelepbone
cnr.rpoilir. f VtM att'"i5 I day rd nlirht
JACOB WEBEK & CO.
Wbolosalo and Hotall Dealers In
WlDcs.Liprs Beer Cigars
and Manufacturers of
THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS
Kummel Anisette extract of IfoArhrtund etc.
Krlath's ball corner llouiton and North
Flores Ptn-et Sun Antonio 16-1 y
In Tcyss Sines 1M0. 1 In Han Antonio HncoIMfl
J. A. II. Hon
V McC. NicwTOP
Ilosack & Newton
REAL ESTATE AGEHTS
Th Deal In tho World
Htaiy Rithrit' BrtHl'Loiiit" Single Gts
GUNS PISTOLS CUTLERY
ANU riDllINO TACKLK.
Th. Original "Bnnaat" mt "Str anil Ur.ae.nt" Itonti
Till! TIltlKSOUTIIi:UN PACIIflO.
Arrhnl NI'.W OHLnANK
ii a i.i I m iui: .
Onlr On. Cliamaol C.ratnHt. Iinla Chicago IxiiUtIII. Clnrlnnatl
IlKltlinorn or U'x.hll.ftoll.
The Great California Route
Through New Meilc
Th. l'npular Sleeping Car t.ln. Il.tn.en
tWTh. toanaretnent pf this Oreat
aonal liaggage to said
r lhn viroiMilv mftblno-nnphanirH hut rnr
llniettc.enllorloratldreMtherenlsof lhu(l.H.8. A ICV BYSTKM.
T. J'.MC'IIOI.S Ticket Agent l. II. I'UKKH Ticket tgenl
llouaton. Bl.nger Hotel San Antonio.
T. W. I'KIItCK.lll O. 1' Agent Houston T.iaa.
International & Great Northern Ry.
X-lxxio Card lu IDaCToot IDoo. lO. XOOQ I
Clfl-eavD Ban Antonio bound north at 7iW a.m. 12!15 p. m. Arrho--4T p.m. nnd 8p.m
Lento for Laredo Op. m. arrive from tAro'lo :15n. in. Mixed tntln loiXTtnif Laredo al a. m. ar
rlvcsSan Antonio AMO p.m. flavin Swi Antonio 8 u. in. arrives L-iredoO : m. 'I rain learlntr
San Antonio 7: W a. m. tins tho famous
PULLMAN HOTEL CAR !
ThrUfrh to St. Tuts vlittWnoo and Don twin without -nutrn. Tntln loavlnr San Antonio at
121 p. m. hssPullman l'alaoa slw-plnjr car to t. Louis via Texarltana 'I wo uxprcs tnilnn
SIN ANTONIO AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS.
Clo-Mconnretlonsat Llttlo Itock for tho Southcrit'nnd In tho Union depot. St. Iiul( wltt
all uxprcM trains. For tickets rates time card or any Information apply to
J. J.CHI.V Ticket Affrnt.Ztir-ommcroo street Sun Antonio Texas.
ii. i. mm n iv. ii. w jucculi-ouom a. o. p. a. il aiowNsnNo o. i a.
NORTHWEST COR. MAIN PLAZA.
Spring Stock - Arriving
In tbe latrnt lrl. Most beautiful n00I ever
beforo opened In tho city. .
In tho latest shades and stylos. The Dncst airtmnt of Irtdies' inlirolderod rolM-ni
other noveltlrs In embroidered fnbrlcs including reneh ortrandlm etc. hs well
as tho luut styles of sateonsand worpted irooi nnd an ondlesi stork
of luces smrfs btindkerchlefs ulovi-s ladln clonk wraps.
BDd nil articles of ladles' f urnlnhtntr kooJs for fall
and winter lu tbo latest dptdjrns.
iclved tho lanrcs and mot
Liver brouirht to Wontcrn
Ilnvesthathe U advertising tor tholrifoodas
Hats iMits Sloes Cilii Etc
ever bofore Includinir tlin newest and best made. There aro many new and beautUul designs
In parlor and chamber furniture of tlrstcani workmanship lu irreat variety and all thatls
new. Afulletockof matreescti and boddlnff Tbe
O. EC. 3ETJHJTiTiItPil
Paints OilSjVall Paper
Window Gasst Mirror Plates Artists Alaterialst
Brushes and Everything to bo found In a Flrst-Clai Taint Store Picture Framlnir'and Flno
Sljrn Work a Specialty. Cointnerc Street Ban AntouloTxms.
With S. Deutich & Co.. corner of Commerce nnd Main plnzn. Flno stock ot
Germim Kngllsli and French goods llest work gunrnntced. 3-&-0m
Manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement.
Oni co nnd Factory 300 U0S S. Larodo Street San Antonio.
Tho tt innlnriAl m.w tTortl tn Ihn tintillo
elas4 28o per toot. Sooond-claMiio. Korereuecsi V Oroon I'n sldeiitflermau En(lih school
Vyilliams & Russell
(Successors to Soulo & )V'Ulnms)
Whito Lead Linseed. Oil Yindow Glass Paper Hanging
and Artists' Materials at Wholesale and Retail.
U.'Klniul il'JR Kant Houston St. Snu Antonio.
tSy Solo Agents for the Celebrated Avcrlll ltcntly Mixed l'nlnts and Crystal
Plate Glass Company.
Practical Book Binder and Ruler
Op. Court House Solctlml St. San Antonio.
IVAU kinds n( binding anil ruling done with neatneaa durabltiltr and dlapatoh. Cnmpetltl n
In prloes defied. I'tA-im
6:15 P. M.
NKW OIU.HANS ANI1 HAN I11ANOISCO.
Transcontinental routo. keeping an eri
occupy their aim. relatlvo position In tho t
the hetfer. F'tr Information reiranling ratea.
varied stonk of i
youths' and boys
Toxsa. (lint's furnlsbfnir troods for fall
overytniPK foi jetr
wull as his own. Tho QHttortment Is iarirer than
fnrvtrrnls nnd sldnwAllc navinir. Prices Vint.
omuon rnn iuppori uearve u. piumuori
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