The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 145, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 17, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
GIFFORD JOHNSON & WINTER
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Tuesday. June 17 1884.
Caul Sciii'm lias generally been n bol-
ter nnd bis bolt against Blnlne nnil Logan
la tbe weakest of all.
Amonq tho many new Democratic
Presidential coinblnallons the latest Is
MoDonold and Slocum.
A Mexican Is reported to have written
the sentence regarding that Itcpubllo
that "Our final destiny Is to become
IlLi.Niuoui Justice for n fact was ex-
emplified at Stockton California a few
days ago when two policemen arrested
an old man for stealing an orange. One
of the "cops" ate the orange and the
old man got 23 days In Jail.
The Waco Day says: "Tho fate of
the lluford family should teach Ken-
tucMans a useful son. The destruc-
tion of this family of wealth local dis-
tinction and Influence Is the result of
educating people In the belief that the
pistol Is the proper arbiter In cases of
real or supposed personal wrong.lt
Southern politicians assert that lllalno
and Loganis one of the strongest tickets
that could have been nominated for the
South. Itandolph Tucker of Virginia
Congressman Skinner of North Caro-
lina Harbour of Virginia and others
say that if any men on any ticket can
carry the States of Virginia North
Carolina and perhaps Florida and Louisi-
ana it is Maine and Logan.
Auoxa the men who will he prominent
aspirants to succeed Mr. Tllden's place
in the Democratic heart are Cleveland
ltandall Bayard Flower Payne Jlorrl-
Bon McDonald Hoadly Hendricks llut-
ler Carlisle Thurinan Field Jlolman
and Trumbull. It Is anybody's prize
Just now v lib. possibly a point In favor
of Dayard but at all events the conven-
tion at Chicago will not bo a prayer
meeting and tbe balloting will bo ylg-
"I'ltcouxEXT Republicans In various
portlonsofthe fjtnto profess to be elated
at Tllden's declination and they regard
the election of Maine as n certainty.
There it plenty of life in the Democratic
party yet and plenty of cood I'residen
tlal timber" says the Brenham Banner.
which Is all quite true but from the
huge sighs heaved by the Democracy
over Mr. Tllden's letter It would look
as If he were the only leader In the par-
ty and with him out of the race all hope
Ex-OovnraoR Dick Hl-buaud car-
ried off the honor of the only
man who was elected by acclamation
as delsgate to Chicago at the Fort Worth
Democratio convention last week which
would indicate that his popularity was
above par and that he would not make a
slow oandldate for Governor at the
Houston convention. Tho Stoto of Texas
owes "Dlok" a monument and an hon-
orary pension for the great work he did
In Its Interest at the Centennial and he
should bo paid off In fnt and royal
The Texas sheepmen in convention
nt Taylor a few days ago resolved to
Bupport no man for olllce who was not
in favor of protection to the wool Indus-
try. The Democraoy at the Fort Worth
convention declared against the pro-
tection of any industry by tariff tax. It
will be seen that that party is already
being placed at a disadvantage by rea-
son of the varied Interests of tbe country
and while it may not amount to much
yet there will bo considerable defect Inn
from its ranks by the advocates of pro-
lr niK Demooracy can hold together
with any degree of solidity postpone all
their fomily quarrels build a platform
that says what It means and means
what It says and go into the comnnlcn
With n well defined party Issue thev
possibly may win the Presidency hut if
mey iouow tue methods or the past and
the "traditions" of the party they will
bo at tho end Just where they started
from. A platform with a free trade
plank on ono end and a protection plank
onthenthcr will not win nor will the
general arraignment of the ltepubllcan
party on Its record and corruption of its
leauen do u.-
TftE New York Tribune says: "Tbe
Democrats havo been unnecessarily
troubling themselves over Air. Tllden's
course in regard to the Presidency. Tho
old gentleman is a physical wreck but
he has sufficient mental force not to top
his barrels In a vain attempt to reach
tbe White House at a time when James
O. Blalno nnd John A. Logan are the
ltepubllcan candidates. It Is not likely
that lie has at any time expected to run
a forlorn race for the Democraoy this
year. Hut If ho cherished any purpose
to becoino a candidate in coe weak
nominations were made by the Itepubll-
cans he quickly changed his mind when
lllalno and Logan were named. The
talk of Tilden s candidacy has no doubt
been a cover for other schemes."
"TnK ltepubllcan platform bears In
spection and study" says the Cincinnati
Times-Star. "It will wear well. 'Ihe
more it Is Investigated the better It ap-
pears. Probably no political convention
ever before adopted a series of resolu-
tions so comprehensive and satisfactory.
The Democrats will be puzzled to con-
struct a platform which will compare
favorably with it. To sny nothing of
the tariff In order to put the party in
agreement with the public sentiment of
various sections convention No. 2 must
appropriate for Democratio use at least
lialfa dozen resolutions of convention
Xo. 1. It must declare against Euro-
pean contract labor; In favor of tho en-
forcement of the eight hour law; for the
creation of a National Labor Bureau; for
the exclusion of Chinese laborers; for
the suppression of polygomyjJtnd n civil
rights resolution would also seem to be
necessary. Tho Committee on resolu-
tions will havo a hord etrugglo to
"worm over" the ltepubllcan resolu-
tions. And yet after all this will bo
easy in comparison with tho terrible
tussle over the tariff."
Blaink has won his first race in the
campaign at any rate. At Xcw Orleans
last week among tho attractions for the
benefit of the Southern Art Union was a
mule race nt tho fair grounds which
brought together a very largo and fash-
ionable audience. Society young men
rendered unrecognizable in Jockey cos-
tumes of many nnd varied hues were
tho riders and each man secured his
mule by chance by drawing a number
out of a hat. There were 11 entries
among which were "Blnlne" by Jlulll
Gain out of Maine dam Shame age one
week colors purple and while. "Til-
den" by Fraud out of Presidential Chair
dam Good Time Coming aged colors
pink nnd white. "C. A. Arthur" out of
Olllce by Convention dam Badly Left
colors blue and old gold "Panic" by
Grant out of Confidence dam Swindle
age all spring colors (convict stripe)
red nnd black. "Seedy" out of Pocket
by Sprees dam Wieok colors green.
"Sugar." by Cane Juice out of Vaccuum
Pan dam Loss by Tariff colors green
and red. "Crevasse" by Crawfish out
of Bice Flume dam Wet age yearling
colors blue and white. "Bank Presi-
dent" out of Humor by Discount
dam lEougb colors red and white. The
race was announced as a "dash of ono
mile for scratch mules without pride of
ancestry" llrst In to win. "The start
was a good one" says tho horse reporter
of the Times-Democrat "Blulne getting
off first Crevasse next nnd Bank
President third. They had not pro-
ceeded very far when they moved In
single file with plenty of daylight be-
tween them and Blalno cantered down
the home stretch nn easy winner Bank
President second and Tllden third.
Time U:17 j."
Tni: question of how the tltlo of
"Plumed Knight" was given to Blalno
has been repeated recently sulllcicnt to
warrant the republishing of that part of
Colonel Itobert O. Ingersoll's speech nt
the Cincinnati convention In 1S7G In
which it occurred as follows!
"Our country crowned with tho vast
and marvelous achievements of the llrst
century asks for a man worthy of the
past and prophet lo of her future: asks
for a man who has the audacity of gen-
ius; asks lor a man who is the grandest
combination of heart conscience and
brain beneath the flag. That man Is
James G. Maine. For the ltepubllcan
host led by this Intrepid man there can
be no such thing ns defeat. This Is a
great year a year tilled with the recol-
lections of the revolution; Illicit with
prouu anu lenuermemories of trie sacred
past; tilled with tho legends of liberty
a year In which the sons of freedom will
drink from the fountains of enthusiasm;
a year In which the people call font man
who has preserved In Congress what our
soldiers won upon the Held; a year in
which we cull for a man who Ima torn
from the throat of treason the tongue of
manner- ii uiuu unit uua gnaicucu tue
mask of Democraoy from the hideous
face of rebellion a man who. Ilka nn In
tellectual athelete stood In the arena of
ueuate challenged all comers and who
up iu i no preiem moment is u total
stranger to defeat. Like an armed 'war-
rior like n plumed knight James G.
Blaine marched down the halls of the
American Congress and threw his shin
ing lance iiuianu luirngaintt tlie liruzen
forehead of every defumer of tills couu-
iry unu inaugner 01 us Honor t or tlio
ltepubllcan party to desert that gallant
man now Is as though an army should
should desert Us General upon the Held
of battle. James G. Blalno is now nnd
has been for years the bearer or the sa-
cred standard of tho Itenulilln. I oil n
sacred because no human being can
01UIIU Ul-ncillll 11H 101I1S WHUOUt DeCOHl
inir and without remaining fr... ci
tlemen or the convention. In the name
or the great Itepuhllc the onlv rcpubllo
that over existed unon this earth- tn llm
name or all the delenders and or all her
supporters: In the name or all her sol
diers iivini?! in inn nnniH r nil i eni-
dlers that have died upon the Held or
uiuiic auu in tne name or tliose that
ine at Andersouvllle and Llbhy whose
sullerlng he so eloquently remembers.
Illinois nominates tor the next President
or this country that prince or parliamen-
tarians that leader or leaders James G.
pcriaueu in tue BKeieion ciurciiea nr fHin.
Two Collides for Sile.
Two handsome new cottage houses
four roOlnN. trnllnrv nltv wlA-
houses all modern Improvements only
two blocks from street win
good parties on easy terms. Not much
cash required. Address T. B Johnson.
Tht Central Haul
Situated Jn tho center or the city Jloln
plaza Is headquarters for all stooktnen.
Under the same management for the
laBt fifteen years. Terms flM per day.
' What eauaes tlie (treat ruali at O. Schaaao i
Oo.'a. Jaium Clatln lUaland ft Ooa drill
ttore'ar Tin free duirlbutlon of aamplo
bottle of Dr. Uoaanko s Couah and jTun
Kfi Pl IS? mo" POP111' ""f for Cooalu
Jki'l!:. Co;VmlMnu ""d Hrououltla now on
tne market ltcitular itec 6) cents and lu)
FINEST BARGAIN IN SOUTHWEST TEXAS.
Two Farms for tale In Caudalupa County
Ono thousand two hundred nnd seventy-three
acres or land In Gnudalupo
Co. squaro shape fronting on tho Gaud-
alupe river; 3.7J acres in cultivation mill
creek runs through tho tiroperty WW
acres well timbered birch oak pecan
Cottonwood sycamore and black wal-
nut. Variety or soli rich river bottom
land and all fenced except a hundred
and thirty acres on an-lsland two wires
anil one plank and a inesnult post. Five
California houses and three log tene-
ment houses. The home house has four
rooms nnd shed room and kitchen with
galleries. There are convenient stock-
pens on the place. Three hundred acres
In cultivation divided Into threo Ilclds.
The property Is situated nine miles from
tho rail road and county sent nnd on a
main stngo rond. It lies .on the north
sldo of the Gnuilnlupe river and on both
sides of Mill creek. The titles nro per-
fect having been In possession for thirty-
There are about 1)00 aeres of the rich-
est alluvial land between tho two and
three hundred acres In timbered land.
There Is some rough Innu wun snnu
stone In great nunntltles excellent for
In the second farm there are 700 acres
adjoining the nbovo tract :) nores of
river bollom on the south side of the
river 200 aores In cultivation. This
farm IS not extensively improrcii inn u
fenced nnd being cultivated by negroes
In tho employ of tho owner. Address
lieal Kstato Agent' San Antonio Tex.
REAL BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
By Hilton t Young 201 West lloutton Street.
Avenue C property very desirable and
3 cottages four rooms each ; Install
M iiuiiuing lois on J.asi loiuiiieruu oi.
SO building lots In Fourth word.
100 building lots on Prospect Hill
inn nern farm near Somerset the Gar
den or the West -10 acres In cultivation
ID head cattle 23 head hog!poultry etc.
all for $1100.
Crescent boarding house near Sunset
depot 20 rooms well furnished 10 reg-
ular boarders; everything In llrst-closs
order. Will sell or rent.
Three splendid farms on tho Calaveras
creek and are ono on the San Antonio
river all about IS miles from the city;
tine lands and good crops; bargains In
Several very choice properties In the
country to exchango for city property;
also a very choice residence property
rentrnlly located In tho city to exchange
for country lands. Particulars given at
A few more choice lots on DIgnowlty
hill about the last to be hud.
Call for our Ileal Kstato Guldo and
A FINE RANCH FOR SALE.
C.SOO Acres fenced and Stocked With Horses
Cauls and Coats.
fenced In Uvalde county 23 miles from
tho town of Uvalde. The land issttuatcd
at the mouth of the Sahlnal and Frio
rivers fronting seven miles on the
Sablnnl. Has plenty of good grass
water and timber. One-third valley
light mulatto soil and 40 acres in culti
vation. MX nunurcu acres is enciuseu
for a horse pasture. There Is a good
eight-room frame house three tenement
houses stables and cribs two wells with
good wntcr. On the ranch are J00 head
cattle one-hair to tuo-thlrds Durham.
100 head horses and mule colts and 200
Angora mixed goats. Title warranted
perfect. To be purchased at a bargain.
suitress loriue next ou uays lor urn
arncuiars"J. ii. i." tiiisomce or u.
V. Bradley Heal Kstato Agent San
Intonlo Texas. b-Str
Card Pressor Sate
One liiicgles card press tn first-class
order for sale; $00 cash. Address T. B.
Johnson Light olllce. C-G-tf
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
MAYOIfft OFFICE. )
Citv or Han Antonio. Tex.
J mm X. 1K84.
In accordance with a resolution adnpteO by
with the City Clerk
thirty (Inya from da to of awarrllnir contract
lOtildtbe r nro noun Lo ncwittcil.
Tbo successful bidder shall bo
tho bond to bo txiuulto I wo-third of
seen at tho oiTcoof
ctors fan ulna bid fur.
blojr their plans nnd incclllcdtlnn. 'Iho city
C1TV COf.hF.CTOieH OFFICII I
San Astosio Juao 1-' LSI. f
-VWNPUS OF DOflg AltR IIEltEllV NOTI.
J filed to como fornard on or lnforo Hie
&itti d4y of Juoe noxt and yay ttio Iktiisaduo
thereon (VI centa for each Upit). In accordnnro
with ttio ordinanroas aintndtd Juoc 6 iT7.
lions without a lleeina Inir ot the joar 1841
alter the abno date will Lit ailr with aa
provldn.l hjr law 1'. U. lUl'KISRN
U-12-12t City Collector.
notice to Contractors!
TN ACCOlthANCI! WITH A UIHOMJlKiN'
1 adopted by tho City Council J unu V mi
twilled pro.HMl9 for tli construction of h
K'werfromlhtorMHtlouof lluu.ton and Bolo-
ilud streets to Han Antonio river will to rt
eclved at this olllce until 12 o'cloik. noon
THUUSDAT.JUI.Y 10 ISHl.
I'lans nnd SDcclQcatlons can b tppn at fifn
of Citr Knfftiicer. i:arli blddor is m.uirrd to
dyi from the letting of tho
iuq nicui is
reject any and all
Iluln l'laia N.ar French llulldluf.
Qcnla' clntlilnir made to order In the latest
iji una iruaranioeu a oerrect lit. A no
inelliod ot rcnovatlim: old clotlilnir raado tl
ahorttat notion. Trriua rcaaoaaLlo. Ulvolilm
Henry E Vernor
ATTORNEY AHD COUNSELOR AT LAW
SAN ANTONIO TKXAS.
a Wcit Houston atrect mi Solodad street
pornpr up aulra room Nos. it and . l-raoli
in an tue utato aud Federal eourta. H"J1-1
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Tho United fit ales Military TUnd will llar
fjTeryflnrtdny a'lernoon Choien muilo dally
from n-M to 10.10 1. m. I'artlcn Iimku urn nail
u .'plied with
Refreshments Wines Music and Floor
Important to Printers I
Second-Hand Presses for Sale.
One Hoe Drum Cylinder n f.001 press
for sinnll ilnlly or weekly.
One Country Cmnphcll. No. 1 :i2xoi) a
l-ooiI press for genernt newspaper mill
One 1'oltcr I)riinio col. size sultnhle for
country pnper. Very chenp.
These presses ore In Sun Antonio nml
will ho sold chenp tn snve being shipped
to rnctory In New York Also Wash-
ington llnnd l'resscs (second-hand) any
Ohas. O. Johnson
Light otlkc. Hak Anionic) Tkxas.
Onirs No. !) Kat llou.lon Slrrrt.
Onlrrs left at tUhlra of Dunn Bralili & Co.
or llrniitrotii .V Heinll" will rntlvu prompt
attention. Dental work and Uuit-m-M h po-
clalty. . 6-S-3in
Office at Nette's Drug Store
Olslco hours from 8n. m to 0 fc). m Nljrhtsat
resMrnee No. o l Notth I'lorcs street. Too-
SucvcmoMo F. V McAllister
it lire denier in
Groceries Country ProSnce Etc.
A'itlnwhlto Hnio content etc Ooodd de-
livered Tree tn all parts of tbo city. Lowest
prices niarnnteed. ail oor youth Alamo and
VIlMtfl strecta. Telephone No. 1ft!. 1-1 (Mm
"JNO." P. giiosuonT"
Real Estate & Commission Brofcer
208 West Commerce Street
1'Olt SALU-lUnchcs liiriro and small In
Tems and Moilcu. Improved and unimproved
farms and city property. Lans negotiated.
Moots bourftit and sold. Taxtn paid. 3-1$ -ty
J.C. TUCKER M. D
40'4 lt'aat llonilon Stro.l
aa. OHIim houi
i . 0 n. m. Hi
street. Tclt-pliono 117
J. 8. TnORNTOtv
J. M. BltowtiaOH
Traders National Bank
304 Co mm ere Stroet
Tr-inwct a freueral hankius business.
Wind Horse Tow-
er steam and hand
Water pipes and
llttlngs of all kinds
and sizes whole-
sale and retail lly-
draullo ranis and
wind mills or all
sizes for pumping
or grinding to ho
round or ordered nt
212 St. Mary's St.
M. A MMUf.iAK.B
Wholcsalo aud retail
Tea Dealer Coffee Roaster
NO 14 COMMERCE STREET.
Importation of l'renoh and Rnjrlltli ULIs
dellcuclea a apeclalty. CotTco parched and
irround every day. Teas of all graded and
$ 1000.00 ! $
WrHJiho paid toany ono who will find ft
Y partleiorc Mercury Potaub Arienlo or
any iK!sunoui itibitaneo la
with tho Mcrcurr aid l'rttash treatment.'
i A. TOUMBU. M. II. l'erry. Oa.
"Swlft'i Siwplflo ha cured ine of Scrofula of
U years itandlna. Had am'i at lariru aamy
hand and every one tbouirht 1 woa doomed.
Bwlft'a Spncltlo cured tne uftcr pbynlclans and
K. I. UHlil Lonoke Ark
SUA flUfl would nnt purchano from me wbHt
uuredmnnl Itbeuinntiim cauied by mnlarfa.1
AUCIllli IHUMl'KON bprli.'Ucld.'l'enn.
Our Treatise on Itlood and Bkta Dlitasc
mailed freo to applicants.
THI3BWIPT SITCIFIC CO..
Drawer a. Atlanta (fa.
N.V.olTlw. 23d St. lo t. ffth and 7th
Avei. I'liiiaacipuiaomco. isuo i;nonutp.
HICKMAH & CAMPBELL Proprietors
MAN ANTONIO .... TKXAS.
Under now management. Has been
entirely renewed and refurnished. Kx-
cellent cuisine. l-2Mm
Beats Prospect Hill!
Nearer Town and Cheaper !
SIX FINE BUILDING Lots
on Alazan Creek
Near Krlscli's properly For Hale at a
bargain for cash. Address
T. B. JOHNSON
San Antonio Light Office.
J. 8. CAItlt. W. If. MASON
MASON & CAKR
Attorneys at Law
Itoom 0 Devlno llulliltnff.
No.2t Soledad Street Ban Antonio Ti-xaa.
MRS. M. A. WEBB'S
No. 338 East Houston Street
rurnlclics Hrst-ctaM rrgular men It dally and
nicala to order at all hour. Alo Icorcam
cako cto. 4 2(Mlm
245 Market St. San Antonio.
MEANS & GLASKIN
200 W. HOUSTON STRETB.
1 1 you want to loan money c
If yon want
UttJ ttllna mil
If ou want Iioums rented ahd tlio runta
promptly cttiiccteu call ujoii them.
llorso Shoeing and all
kinds of Job Work
I-roinptly attended to
T JAMES T. I? A lit
corner of Bon hum nnd
Crockett atreeti. Mr.
Karl clalmi to bo thp
only Auatoulit of tbo
Hoof Iu San Antonio.
CARTER & MULLALY
43 AND 4. ALAMO PLAZA.
ranirals f Drul.tieit TTIth Ercrj KeijaUlt
Bixiclal atUiotlon gircn to forwarilliiB' to4!ei
to all port) of the United State. rv-l'clMhiini
eoniiArtlriTi. ("All attindn I ilnr pri KlrH-
Architect and Superintendent
SAN ANTONIO THXA1.
JACOB WEBER & CO.
Wbolojalu and Hetall Dealer In
Wines Liquors Beer Cigars.
aud Manufacturer! of
THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS
Kutnrael Anisette extract of Iloarhuund etc.
Krtsch'a ball eornrr HousUm aid rortb
Flor.ntriH'tn San AnUmln. 1-5-ly
J. A. II Homck.
Hosack St Newton
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Havo lariro ttoro rooms for Con!(ro-
neotsatNoaOComal lllook.on Houatonstrco.
JAS. T. CLARKE Proprietor.
ltoorno as a mrr.mcr and hoatth resort ! far
above the averaye lha heat tbrouah tbo day
iM-infT lemperea wun 0001 oi uieny urer
tb cvonliiKB and nlgbta delightfully cool
I'lliM ilT r hnm liMin thnrnnirhlv rent
ted U built of tone two tor!(fn hclirht tta
larreana ppnciuua (ia leer umare
ulnh') oarpefd well furnl bed ana
U feet In bt
illated oprnlny on Ptomonade bal
conies of iVVi feet aunniniirsnaaeeio. Mails
and llrst clais Stages dabyt SUiro coach calls
Uvery stable Post Teleu-rapb andTelepI
OM 71 HOURS
Arrlvra NIJW tlltt.P.ANH
Great California Route
Throuf h Nw Maalm ml Arlt
Fltl'.SNO I ill.
r Slceplne Car Ua llatwean
thoroilatllr venlilatM tar In waiting At llpinlnir.
aonal tmunaip to nilil car tlio inasrnmta tn
car-thu. vlrltmllT mMnir " chni-but for
tlioo. etc.. mil on or aildtna the nifi'nta or Tlio
T. r.NICIIHLB Ticket Aaent
T. tr. 1'KIHCH Jll O. 1
International and Gt. Northern R'y
Tiaxxo On.xcl lax 3SToot IDoo. Xo looa s
tJ-LoavePan Antonio bcundnor1bat";t.1P. in. ll' p. ro. Airlvo-4in p.m. and rip. m.
Leave for Laredo 9 p. m.arrlvofnmi Iarodo7:Wa. m. MIkhI train loavlntr Inrwloliu. m. ar-
rlvci fan Antonio 6:10 p. in. Lmvlug Sn Antonio 8a. m. arrives Laredo 9 p. m. Train leavlnx
Van Autonlo 7; a. tu. haa tho famnut
Pullman Hotel Car
TJirouirh toPt. TuUtlttXraro nnd DenHnn without "batio. Train leavlnfr Pan Anton In nt
dally brtween '
SAN ANTONIO AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS..
all oxpropi trains.
I A. Houston Texn.
25 Per Cent
"V- L O R R A
THE MERCHANT TAILOR!
Has on hand one of tlie Finest Stocks of
Gorman English Scotch French Goods
Tor Suits nnd will (luring the
manner nt n KKDUCTIOX
Kunrnntet'il. No lit
Coniiucrcn Struct nr llrlclso
NORTHWEST COR. MAIN PLAZA.
Spring Stock Arriving
luttiolaKH IVl'. Mit LonUirul 1HIM8 OOODSovrr
boforo oticncd In the city.
I bvHutnw'ivMthtlrtftri and most varied lfok of men'a youths' and boys
clothlntr ever bruuirht to Wostern Teras. (Jent furulsbriiir trouds for fall
and winter coranrlsliut MerythlrK foi uoo"
tic tutu's ooiapUt' outf.i.
Hats Bonis Shoes Clotliii 1.
cjiiiE FURN ITUREfflHS
IVln nahlnir thr altrr.)l..n of tlie furnlliirn liuvrra to lila ftoeir Hill winter llr. Wnlfaoi btf
llnvin tliat lie la mlviTll'Inir tor their iroo.loawoll m I1I1 own. Tlio nwiirtiii'iit la lunrrr tliun
ever liorore InrlU'lliifr ttio newest an.l lrt ina le. 'Pierenre iminjr new and hMutlriil ileniirna
In iiatlor urn! uhAiiitier fur'lluro of rtrat-eluna workinaiiBlili In irrcrtt vailt-ty und alt that 11
how A full slock or nmtreaeeu and tieilJInif. Tlio
Window Glass Mirror
Ilruklien anil Everything to bo fuumt Iu n
SlK'l Work n Hpoclaltv.
With S. Dentscit & Co.. corner of Commerce unit Main plazn. Fine stook ot
acrtunn English nnd 1'rencU goods llest work guaranteed. 3-6-Cm
manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement.
Office ami Factory !I08 H. Laredo Htrcct San Antonio
The best material now offered to tho rublto for streets and sidewalk pavirK Prices Flrttt
eiHS4 sno. per imi. Diwoim-ciaw ski. ueiereutai r. uruos rremaeui ueriusnKniriuu seoool
II. D BtMinDortc.
to flUW YORK
I njr Itout-a Iu AttvMiirn ttf Auy llltitt
nU Kurt Connrrtlona.
BAN;JOt:.'c.il.nnVllAN VltAN'CI?CO. ' '
Nl:W OIII.KANS AND NAN I'HANCINCO.
nml. ilnrlnlhnllitifh InurF!. Inlr.nirn. tuir.
it-cury tticlr mm. rrUllvr iicwltlnn In the new
ihi brlti'r. I't Infonnillon rrranlliiK ralea
II. II. & H. ll'V. bVSTI'.M.
'. 1. ritECK Tlck.t ABl
Jlniftr Hotel kn Antonio.
- Acout. lloiiatoii Taiaa.
lHitnrrcrcoatrt(t San AntcrtK Ti-Jtas.
Tralllu Mrtusif r tlalveston Tvx.
Summer make eiiiuo tip in first-class
OF 23 I'EU CKNT. Sntlsnictlon
no pny. Cnll nnil sec him.
Sun Antonio Toxiik.
Plates Artists' Materials
VlraUCIau Paint Store' l'lcture r'runilnir and llan
Commerce Htreet Hail Antuulo T.iaa.
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