The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 202, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 26, 1885 Page: 2 of 4
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A. W. QirroRD 1'non II. Joiikkok.
W. I. W1WTB.
GIFFORD JOHNSON & WINTER
IMbllshcd dally ciccpt Suiid) tJln Hast
Coinmerco street. Delivered l) carriers
Ihnit houl tho city. Hlng-Io coplc for sale lir
nows-boj sat Scents. Subscription per year
13 00 In advance.
AUVEKTIHINO KATI-I I
finch ".. HM $ UP Wllu M '
Special ratw Klvcn on larirer space and lon-
Lciral advertisements II l per Inch tint In-
crllon Wccnts per Inch each suUcuuent In-
sertion Trustees' sales tl M per Inch lirst In-
sertion SScenlscach Inrartlon rii rrrd.
Heading matter editorial paol cents per
lno each Insertion. Local columns a) ceMs
Brit Inner! loni lOccnts first week 5ocnl alter
nrst week. Siwelal rate on W and llm''
runnlnr for month.
Home advertisements pajatilo on flrel of
each month Transient a.hcrllslnirpayal.le In
advance. Only ncUl euli printed.
All contracts must Iw appned hy the ul-
mit.Bcrihcrs not rcccMnir lliclr wr will
please make complaint to the oWc. fun-
scrllicrs are arncd not to pa)' lliclr sillwrlp
Hon ejeept uni presentation nf a properl)
receipted bill from Ihlsmtlce.
.Mr. (I. I. Iloenier and Henry Schumacher
arc ailhorlied Solicitors and Collcctora for
Tiik I.kiiit and their receipts HHaiteiit will
lm duly rccoirnlrcd. .Mr. Itncmcr will halo
chnrire of the dcllwry of I lie city tubaerlptlun
department and all complaint" and notice of
channel ir'tcn to cither of Ihe illmc nr left
at the oniee will lie promptly attended to.
No member of Iho llrm.oran) cmplojee ot
the LltlllT office tmsaulliorltylniolitriiit any
llahllltlea In tho nnmo of the llrm. And no
1111a will bo rcooKnled or paid lllllt-M 'he
lame Is approved hy Ihe uiidersli-ncd.
THOMAS II. .IOIINMIN.
Iluainc-aa .Maimirer ami Trenanrer.
annum. Joinnuia Whiiii.
Entered at rnstolllcc at Ban Anlniiln Texas
al second claw matter.
this paper rttrrWMip
ItAll.ltllAU TIJIB T.UI1K.
New lime Card In KITeet Jl.iy 17 IHU.
I. & II. N. Itallroad.
KorPt. Iouln.ua Mo. ! mule : l- m.
lor !l. Iiuu la Iron Mountain. a. m.
ForUred ll.miu. m.
From m. Knulu Missouri I'acllle 1 1 i nn a. in.
f'minM.Iouli. Iron .Mountain . .. lu.: p. m
Pl-oiu l.nrcl '' !
tl. II. AHA HA ILUIIAII.
TWO THAINS Til NEW IIHLEANS IIAIt.Y.
Tlirouth Kipress tti.t llally.
LravoforNew Orleans Houston udnalTM
tjuvo for New (Irleaiisi'iiouston aid (Ulu
Arrive from New Orleans Houston and 111-
Arrlv. from San r'rancl-u. 111 I'M- and jjurk
Wednesday August 26 1885.
So ciiasop. is reported regarding the
proposed Knights of Labor striae nnd It
Is quite llU-lv tlicre will lie a settlement
of Hie dinicultlesltlioiit resorting to n
"Tnr. Lord's people" na tlio Mormons
claim to be are very much broke up be
cause of the prosecutions fur polygamy
but they say they will light tho matte r
to the end.
New Oklkam seems to hae raked In
the business plum In the recent pool
rates of Texas roads nnd at the llgures
given It would seem that the bulk of the
cotton will go to that city.
Ir a!iki tolhe complication between
Jtussla and Kngland Spain and Germany
get down ton lighting basis It u III ten e
to make the Kuropean situation one of
cxtrtincly lively Intoiest.
illt. Ci.Kvr.i.txi may be said to have
done tolerably well It In addition to
"standing oft" the vast crowd of the
hungry and thirsty he bus not allowed
Mr. gamuel J. Tildi.li to Influent e hlm In
It' the City Council could be made to
appropriate money for the Improteinent
of the side streets In the way of cross-
walks and drains as readily as they seem
to do for matters not of such great tired
there would be a general rejoicing from
the suburban cltlem.
I'liosi tho rapid spread of the cholera
In France It looks as If It n ould soon bo
as bad as It Is In ripaln where It ran
hardly be worse. Out of n total of re-
ported Spanish cases l7Mtherc were
72317 deaths' which llstdoesnot inrlude
Iniants and small children.
When Sheriffs go to shooting unarmed
and unsuspecting men to settle old
grudges as the case reported from Cas-
trovllle where SherlllThuiniu shot Fer-
dinand Nlggll It Is time that blindfold
Justice should take a square look at the
situation and see that the law and all
the law It vindicated.
Bin Amo.mo does not cut much figure
In the Texas pooling arrangement so
far as cotton Is concerned but as she
does not have to depend upon cotton for
her trade supremacy she can appreciate
what little benefit she did get In the
deal. The Aransas l'asa road one of
these days will give her tho key and the
advautago of the whole Southwestern
1'nrsitiENT Cleveland's order bouncing
the cattlemen out of the Indian Terri-
tory will In the end have the good
effect of unenrthlng all the unlawful oc-
cupation of land by foreign syndicates
and pulling a stop to that business lu all
the Western Territories. The cattle In-
dustry In time will get down to legiti-
mate channels nnd the sooner the better
for the country at largo.
Tim Ohio Democrats after rc-noml-
natlng Governor lloadley and uttering
n very mixed sort of a pint form are In
no great spirits as to success this fall.
The prohibition defection Is not likely
to bo aadlsastrlouatothe Itepubllcana as
It looked when the parly first put up n
ticket nnd on t lie whole Ihe chances are
very much In fninr of Ihe liepiibltrans.
I'll a i Is a desperate story nhluh rnuus
from lllanco county In ulilch It h said
by I lie name of I.ocklr had (hot
and killed his brother Kerry I.ocklr
and his wife aim a man iinmed Siokrs
and his wife also Mrs Henry I.ocklr
ulfu of his step-son aIo Ills daughter
whom It Is nlligeil ho had seduced lie
then nttempted to kill his wife but did
not have cartridges enough In ids Win
chester and wound up his enner of
crime by t ultlng his own throat after
which he mounted a horse ami stnrtril
towards Johnson City. He met 11 Mr
I homns Ilriinswlck on Ihe road and at
tacked and wounded hlm with a knife;
but was finally arresttd near Johnson
City. About M children nru orphaned
by these deed?. This news comes from
the Austin correspondent of the Kxpress
llimrAKit It may be wllh ImMnci
In the North and Northwest" sn) Ihe
Chicago News "the coining fall ought
to see the southern section of Ihe coun-
try In a highly prosperous condition.
Respecting corn Ihe reports Irom the
entire North are of tho most llntlerlng
chnrniler. II Is asserted by Henri) all
that thoyli lii will be Ihe best for years
and by not a few that It will be the bet
ever known. 'Ihe Commissioner of Ag-
riculture sas that the Increased acreage
and yield oer those of last ear will
glvfl Iho Small hi I less limn Wi(Al(l
of bushels of orn morn than w as grow n
In 1K8I. Mill. IIiIb prospect line as it Is
Is not to be compared In Ha elleets and
benrllts ullh that which Ihe cotton crop
presiuls In cery purl of Ihe Nates
which jlehlthat great f tapir. 'I he crop
It Is said Is perfectly safe for thu largest
lrld cut mailt; forut leatt a million to
a million and a half hales more than last
)enr. There can scarcely be pmcrly In
the Soul li In the midst of sogrrat riches."
Ai i.Ar Ihe Texas steer Is wending
his way northward In spllo of quaran-
tines. Many arr of Ihe opinion that lu
the end It would have been better for nil
hands had the quarantine hem enforced
ami the steer kept from parsing on to
market afoot as It would li.'He furcid
what hi I ko end will be Inevitable that
Is the killing of beef hrrr lu Texas and
Ihe shipping of Ihe rnrensa. A Scotch-
man Is now In 1'ort Worth trying to In-
duce parlies to start up the refrigerator
slaughter hoiie lu that place. He of-
fers to take "Jill 'carcasses a day or N)-
000 a .tear and make tho contract for
live) cars lie Is to put on a semi-
monthly line of slcniuers from Galves-
ton leaving on the 1st and ISth of each
month. The price Is not stated but It
Is understood to be satisfactory and he
also Is to take all the offal. The hitch Is
on the forfeit the Texas purlieu fearing
that they will be unable to secure the
enllle which of course would be eny
enough were they prevented from being
dilven north. The Scotchman on his
part ngrres to pay a forfeit of $j00 u day
for every day that he defaults In Inking
the cattle and S'A'iO a day fur e cry day
that the slaughters furnish the stipu
lated number ahead of time for depar-
ture of steamers. He proposes to make
n deposit of oi er $200000 ns a forfeit In
case he falls to fulfill liU part;of the con-
tract. Once Aransas I'nn Is the ter-
minus of a railroad the same oilers can
be secured for that point for Western
Siina well known member of Con-
gress to the correspondent of the Cln-
clnnatl Telegram In regard to the next
meeting of Congress: "It will be Ihe
longest session since lMIll. The appro-
priation bill will be fought at every
Jump by tho iintl-adminlslrHtlun Demo
crats of whom there Is quite a respect
able number while the sliver question
wlllcause'a long and desperate strug
gle. Added to this Is the tarlll'iimt other
measures ot general Interest besides a
lot of new and ambitious members
will be quite anxious to make their mark
during the term of the II rut Democratic
administration in 21 years. 1 nlso pre
dict that the next session will develop
considerable presidential timber. Al
Democratic Senators and Representa-
tives believe -another Democrat will In
elected to the Presidency In 1S"S nnd
many of them will therefore strive to
place themselves In line of promotion.'
"Will there he a strong nnll-ndmlnlstrn
Hon faction?" asked the correspondent.
"les I fear there will and It will be
led by such determined men ns Judge
Hragan of Texas Hunt of LouUlana
and a certain Indlanlan who Is a particu-
lar friend of the Vice I'rcsldcnt. I think
the estwhlledry nnd uninteresting pub-
lication known a the Congressional
Itecord will prove to be almost ns In-
teresting next winter ns the best of
Dlckcn's or Scott's novels. It will ben
spicy volume and full of points now
mark my words."
Oxk of Ihe plunks of the Ohio Demo-
cratic platform contains this sentence:
''1 lie revival of prosperity and the In-
crease In Ihe value of property already
begun demonstrates the benelleenee of
Democratic principles even before any
session of Congress has enabled the
country to realle the lull fruition of
their application by legislation" on
which the Cincinnati Times-Star com
ments as follows: "The fallurelospcelfy
some of 'r principles which have pro
duced simply by virtue of their Inherent
blessedness such beneficent results was
doubtless a inert oversight. And ou tho
same theory perhaps must be ex-
plained the omission to- elucldnte the
philosophy ofcauso and eflect of which
there Is not herein even a bare sugges-
tion. The Idea has prevailed that over
production or under-consumptlon was
the cause of business depression and
Vint the reduction cf thestocks of manu
factured articles In the markets a pro-
cess which was going on steadily long
before tho Democrats came Into power-
has had something to do with the revival
of our Industries. This Idea we be-
lieve Hill obtains among those whose
opinions on the subject are apt to be
correct. Hut no party the Democracy
least of all petlmpv wss ever accused
and convicted of modesty In mnklng
claims There Is one thing however
which may be logically nailed ns It
were to this plnnk of the platform. If
tho Democrats claim credit for the re-
vlval of prosperity thrycannot well
disclaim responsibility fur such phases
of the general condition as are not satis-
factory. For example since Cleveland's
accession to the Presidency Ihe price or
wheat lias fallen to the lowest point
reached In many years. Loglo Is logic.
The Democratic brethren must take the
responsibility for low wheat or abandon
this platform claim or credit for the 're-
vival of prosperity' If It would be un-
fair to go deeper than surface fucta In
the one case It wohIiI bo unfair to do so
III thu other. Tho same sort of login Is
Implied In both propositions. It Is sheer
twaddle. Hut this kind of nonsense
passes ev en In the great State of Ohio
as the best possible stuir for use In tho
construction of political platforms."
Are those disorders which hrglnnlng
with nn apparent!) Irlvini inactivity oi
Iho kidneys or bladder 'termlnales In
Itrlghl's disease diabetes and cyslllls.
1 no nrst iwd not oniy interrupt ma
functions n llio renal organs but des-
troy ih i-lr irunliire wllh ns much cer-
talnlv n tubercular consumption dors
that ofthe lungs. Hosteller's Stomach
ll Iters is an excellent iiiureiic promo-
ting the activity of these organs without
over exciting them thus averting tho
Hy maladies in which lli'lr innciion
uironolo culminate. 'Ihe removal
from the blood of impurities which the
kldne)s should but do not when Inac-
tive secrete. Is another bcnellc'.ent ef-
fect of this Incomparable medicated
stimulant and depurent. The Hitlers Is
In all eases too n line restorative of
vigor and aid to digestion remedies ma-
larial disease and bnnl-hes liver com-
plaint nnd constipation.
Gaiivin Wise Co. Tex. .March 21'kM.
Mes-rs. .Morlcy llros. Austin Tuinst
Gtxti kmex Send mo three dozen of
your T-X-S Aguo Tonic at once. I
liavo sold every boltlo I received from
ion mill lrnnrnnteeil It to run1 audit
has never failed In n single Instance
i ours truly . r. mkaiiuy.
. Sold by '. Knlle)cr cV Son.
Medlrlnn Mexicans Mnravlllosa or
Marvelous Mexican Medicine. Is n rum-
pound Kxtract of roots nnd bnrks found
In the forests of Mexico and long used
hy the knowing Mexicans and Spaniards
as an Infallible euro for all diseases of
the blood of whatever nnmo or nnturc
rr.un Iho III.ACK or SPANISH HY-
I'll I LIS down to Ihe common pimple.
It Is undoubtedly t lie most potent blood
purlllcrof thu age. Wrllo to .Mkmcan
Mhuciu: Cum pan r St. Louis Mo. for
Tri al Uo on lllood and Skin Discuses
free. Sold liy K. Knlleyer iV Son.
Curs Tor Piles.
Piles nro frequently pn ceded by a
sense of weight In the back loins nnd
lower part ot the abdomen causing the
patient to suppose ho has some cfleotlon
of Ihe kldnc)a or neighboring organs.
At 1 1 iocs symptoms of Indigestion nro
present llntulenoy uneasiness of thu
stomach etc. A moisture like perspir-
ation producing a very disagreeable
I'lles vleld at unco lu tbe aftnllcatlon
Ur. Iloijnko's l'ile Kemedy which nets
directly upon tbo parts ellccled absorb-
nig tne iiiinnrs nuaying tun intense
snnkn lledlclne Co. l'liiua O. Sold by
lllce A Fowler It. Colin & Co. J. I). He-
vine .1. Clayln.
To Water Consumers.
Wntcr rales according to contract
lib consumers are pa)able Inudvance
at Hie olllcu of the coiuanyon 1st Feb-
ruary .May August and November
lvirly payment Is advised as by so
doing consumers will be saved tbe an-
noyance attending the cutting oirof the
10-lm Watkr Wonm Company
.Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Kyrup
sluiuld always be used for children
teething. It sooths the child softens
the gums nlleys all pain cures wind
colic and Is thu best remedy for dlar-
rlm a. 2) cents a bottle. 7-22-yi.
HY. Af It IIAS .MI I'tHfAl I1
It I nrlrlim lbf I Mi. ml. In luoriiiriv the
hyutrm Ht'MnrcN AplH Illr Win llitft-it Ion
It tliwi not I.UrkAn nr Injur tin twttt Cam head
arliu i r pnnlriM cmiit Ipalum iron mniicmM ti
(i II IUNKI IT ft Iotdlng pbrilcun of
In ft thuroncWr lonrt ihmIU
rtlre Ktii tin.f lt ct .on
rt.nlitl.m of tlx
t ih:mh i.n..i(i'ri'
IlArtnllnoft-DM.fnl and .It
iwon iSwoii't of 3c! i
Cancer of the Tongue.
A CaaolteftrmMlni; tlmt of lieu tlrmit.
Poinotcn j earn njro III ml d Bcrofulniis noro
on my Hirht li ti ml Hlile.li iravv inetrreat Iron bio
an) under Iho nUl-tlmo ireutment tietilel ojt
hut It hint only l.eeu drheii Into tho sjntcin by
thiUM of i)tHBh unl mereury mul lu MiiitIi
Irvti It I'mko out In tny thmat nml coneen
truted lu h lint Rome of tho Unc'tom eallo. cun-
ecr (Htlntf through my cheek ileHtroilnv tho
my ton true iuttite mul lower Hp dentmj
uii'immto mm uimer up entirely ami half my
imiKue i'uuiijt out io mo lop oi uiy lert cneek
l mil fuimteUHi ou uiuih ami
umm I eon lil not talk
Mii ii wan niywn unci. ncipirhH euinlitli.ti tho
11 rut of I uttt Octoher (IrVUt when my friend
than a month thu eiilliur
placeM utopj.ttl and
neuitiiy eoiiiuieiK'eii mm tnu rearrui anoi
In my cheek Imn U'cnel(iilaiHl lirtnly kn
t oifi' t hit. A roeeisol
1 tho toniruo which was
most ilfitroved Is lioinir
mm'ihb hiui iisuuru is Buppiyinif u now lontfuo
1 1 un talk ho that my friends eati readily nn-
derntaud me. and can also out nolld iCMtd uiriiln.
If any doutit Hkho facta I would refer them
dlBlrlet nnd to lr. T. 'ti. JlradUeld of i!
. MltS. MAUV lu COM EH
TaOraiurf. fin.. Mv 11 inns
'J'rfiitlso ou lllood mul tikin Olseasei mailed
1 UK owirr Hi-Kci no Co. Drawer 3 Atlanl a
On. N V. 157 W.BJdtit
p rt of ttrnto IIMINntrni inulmit wry i.tij.
llcKo't ttVM.lilLlUU tur lilOM tl 1)9 Dttsd liUlldlllK Up
Proposals for Water Pipes and Drains.
KV (JlTAHTF KM IH1 Klti
. TfiiBti. Aiiiriiot IX IF -W.
nttAf.r.II PlMtl'nttAI.M. In frli.HcnfP. mblrr!
O lu tifmii. ontMifloriR will l mvh it at t Iil4
flirt until lSn'Hork
Ih'ikmI In f
tlHrr. fnr Turn lnh intr
if HtKtut :i.:nm Uiwnl n i t. onch. itf
I Umln IN i nn ititfinlliiir tit jlmm
lie In thin oil nr. (Il1 tl
full liirt.riinitlf.il n htilifi MHiiiH-r nf MillJnir.
nn I to rum or (tnilriict irh rn nn iii'lmrutH
Ji i nny or nil i
inlllllllllJT ntKWt!llf FlMHlM Irf
I mlilrt'Mtil !n tlir litidcrtiltrii
J. (I.C. m:k.
I Chief (uiirlt'rimittc
mill .Military I'lHnN.
Live Stock Exchange
HtmKAU (IC INFdHMATION.
Ia)it In Kiontk'i LiuhIj Moftii'tm Article.
iukI (icni'ral Airi'iicy.
o. aAnnoNi & oo.
Uulc enters lor Ituelliimnu's II
Btrlmr llnud tit Krlseh's Hull. Fii
slitcen Miisfclnus furnlstieil.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
A new ftlorc lioupr IIUI h i t ttirucr of Hun
Sill hi ami Monties ulrei-m Wunl Ainu 11
K.-hlnUl.lr tln'M'iio "Uuilte-l oil twn lots uf
Kniunil miller n trtxxl fetiec I'rlnt f'tVtietirli.
irilenlrol.tmlnek of irriH-erles will lie wiM to
tliuuiTNucrnt eiiHt. Ueiimm fur telllnjr nn
aeeniint nf liCilltli. Inillre ut
I 'arc ofllilsnllKe.
LAND DEALERS AND AGENTS.
Ilo ii (leniml
Real Estate nnd Apcncy Buslnec-w
Turner Hall Bap
Corner Houston ami St. Mary's Streets.
rinest IniM)rteland Iiotnetitlo
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS
wiijsnn Imtnl 1'nrter Ale.aml Wines
ennllniiully nn liwud.
Loading Ilotol of tho Olty. Hoad-
quartors of tho Commorolal
Mou and Tourists.
1IIOS. II. OAI.K
V. A. UnUlKI. 0. II. HOr.N't'KI!
i' and li i ns. Maniitfcr
Barrel and Cistern Factory.
Mdtiufuctiirer of all kinds of
Hand-made Cisterns and Tanks
(ir livery Description.
r entalnirues. A.Mress 1'iislnlllee
Dustun 'Il-jiiis. h-l-ly
GEO. R. HLNES
Real Estate and Loan Broker.
Improved nnd Unimproved City Lota and
Country Land for Sale and ltent.
ROOM S KAMPMANN BUILDING
HAN ANTONIO. TKXXH.
H. C. MILLER
btetiiili HpU adet Metul t'heiku
lloor 1' Intel. Hume Numhem I'.tc.
S. S. FLOYD & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS &
21 Soledad Slrcel SanAntom'o
t 1: x A h .
i6j Strand Galveston.
l'.xecute orders for the purcluiso orsaloof
(IRA IN I'ltOVISKINH COTTO.V anil
STOCK. Are prepared to recelvo-or niako
actual dclherles ou all trades wo make
VIIITING CARDS FREE Kvery gubscrlher jmy-
lnifBli inontht' subscription to tho Lltrht
lnudiance will lo irlvett freo ouo oackHRO
nice tirislol card. For 12 months In advance
one pack of tlno irllt-edifo vlsltlnif cards with
EYE1 EAR! NOSE!
All Ihixe mllleleil wllh inr ill"o of lite
lle llnrs Nnee or ThrJirtl.eannn.llho srenl-
.'I Hint qulekest Teller an-1 cure at I lie
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Cor. of Houston and St. Mary's Sts.
Whlcli In the Jin t lliun.untilv llttnl Up Htul
fxulniK withui-ryihliitr mti UHrtry. Inclmlinif
tti(Mtl nml cjncrk'iice tim liUiHlnil ot runs
emi tfflttry who Iihw Lid! inv.tiHl tin-ret bf
any Instllutluii Tor I m ireutment ur tblt t'C
eltiliy In the ulh or Went.
The lollimlntf nro otjly n Tew nf thn nmny
perfoiii wliii Iihm Irti-n lieneilted ami curel bjr
ircrtttneiit Hit lilft Inntltutlnn:
Vor OMtHrrli J. V. Ituhiimun eatnrrlt In
tliroAt.Hiin Antonloj T. II. Jilimnncntnrrh tn
tlirnut iniinnfrer Him Aninnlti I.lulitt F. Ktilin.
ritturrh ttt the lieml. Denier L'nl.i Miss Mitry
Krnpcr eiiturrh of tlip thmnt hih! em Ninx
Hcnilitt J'rnnk Newinn entarrh of thu th rout
hihI oyen Hnn Anlnnlot MIm K. l.ouiutsbiiry
ciitnrrli of the ttirunt utitl heait ban Antonio
Tli Kr-A A. I)n(clier San Antonloj V
Iletert. Ili-ernet JameH Imvls San Antonio;
(leoiye pon of W. C. U.iwhIm rly Sherlll I'rlo
eon nt y retirnaU.'lex.i W. W. lU-rry V.m . 8nn
J.C. OiiTinoer Han Antonfo.
rl: Miilur T
Kfntf.irriuiiilnr IUIm i.ti.l keriililim frtink Nov
toil utrU lure laelirtiiiil(Hi(liit I. II. IjuiiIutI
(lauytiter Meniiorrliurtlo ennJutietMtln; An-
ton llalmiiiiila nettle eoiiluiKtltltlsi J. W
Cmier.ilauuliler. irltm; Itaetiet Hrr-lln. eliornl-
litis KertiMit W A (.'urtiHtian ItMo rjclitlii
r inn Antontoi U
roiiMUiiruiW. II I
Cot II 1 1 H
uliir llili nml ker1.lo-lr.tl0. W
eKtitratti Oeoiiro Ijoefthertr. tmuuhter.
Camtnivllle nirtiliidiltnui MiieuHorell llelmolit
entmpluui and trlcliliinfm lioherl drier 1'atm
Maria pleryirlum mid leukomat II C. Iltirrls
1 in 1 11-no rnmuiu ennjuneiivHiH Hniiaerauiii
I 30 UNION SQUARE. NEVf YORK.
B0 oAN tfWti
J. E. Thomas Agt.
22"J Cominerco St. San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Real Estate and Loan
Ueneral Airent for Adam V..k' Iota and
linpruved pnipoi-ty In nil imrU of tho eitr
8rH-clal alien' If. n paid In I.nn'1' In Houlliwesl
Olllec 117 West Cnnnneree street.
Sanitary and Fertilizing Co.
OfQoo 410 East Houston Stroot
LABATT & CO.
Wlmlesalo ami Uetull.
Corn Oats Bran. Hay
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Ojien from 10 A M to 13 M. and from
a to S 1M. Dully.
Al tickets only will admit tn the inutoum
vUltom are reum-Meil to nurelmBu sumo lu
ttilvunee from ilr. Kerble tnu park lessee
TUB HOAItn OP IlIltECTOtlS
rpllE niHUBUCOr MtXICO-Forreilablo Infor.
J niatlon ulxiut Mexico uurtliaso llio nook
ot Ureuzo f'uslro Ht llio reduced price of (J
per copy with map. Send your ordor to this
iffloo. 84 .tf
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MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY SYSTEM.
International and Great Northern R. R. Division.
Now Schedule in EffcctJSay 17 1335.
For HI. Louis via Missouri I'tielllc route -I:.0 p. m.
Km HI. liuls via Iron Mountain 0:30 n. in.
For I.nredt 11:-VI n. in.
From St. Louis via Missouri 1'nolllo 11:1m n. m.
From St. loulr via Iron Mountain Ill::i.i p. in.
From Laredo :i::KJ p. in.
Two Express Trains Dally Between Sun Antonio Austin and St. Louis.
CloM conntcl!on$ at IMllt lock fur I fie Sov'hmlt mul in tht Union Daft. .IJ. Imku
with Exprut Tmina in all Direction. I'ur titktth vr nny further irvrtnntwn apply to
it. .1. UIIKYt 3YrM Auriit.SBCnnw rrrr S(..K.m Antfntn
It. V. IIL'OIIKI I'antntfr Auint ll.nutim Ttxv.
II. W. MtOVI.I.OUOll. rcncml IVii-winyr.ltf iii!n-l;n. Tern
ARTESIAN WELL - DRILLING MACHINERY
WAHRENBERGER & BECKMANN ARCHITECTS
OFF1CK AND CONSULTATION ItOOMS:;
Over Lockwood & Kampmann's former Bank Cor. Ylurrl and Commerce Streets.
I'lans Speelllrallons nnd nil Information desired liy those contemplating to
build furnished. We acknowledge no superior In t tie profession. Call and see us.
J. B. Belohradsky & Co.'s
SI ANTONIO CITY BREWERY.
$1000 REWARD $1000
Will be paid to any one who will find adulteration of anything
whatsoever in our Beer. We furnish Pure Goods and Defy
Outside Competition. Bottled beer delivered to any part of
the city or country.
. RICE & RYAN
HITCKHMOIll IO KK.'MMr.Nrl CO. J
Dealers in Hay Grain Feed Coal Salt Charcoal Cedar Posts
230 Houston Street San Antonio Toxas.
G. F. FROMMER
Practical BookBinder and Ruler
Opp. Court IIoiiho Hulndail Ht. Hun Antonio.
All Winds of Illndlnp and Uullng done with neatness durability and dispatch
Competition In prices delled.
J. H. KAMPMANN President. OTTO KOEIILER. Secretary and Manager
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
I will put up $500 that I can tako
DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER
And euro any caso of Syphilis or Scrofula on earth and guarantee-
a perfectand permanent euro.
D. P. BARR
Solo'Anoiit for.llui Htutu
Northwest Corner Main Plaza San Antonio.
Yerainendi Garden and Barl
Tlio coolest plnoo In Ihe city. A lino assort.
HOT FREE LUNCH FROM 10 TO 12 M
A Mexican restaurant Is attached for
preparation or nuiiontii uiaue
Two Brothers Saloon
Corner Commerce and Alamo Streets
Kcop tbo FI ii rM in ported Wiuei. Chatn
E actios and Liiuors. 8oclnltlcB tn tho ttntBt
runtli of Domestic and Imported Clvtiri
FOR BOTH STEAM AND HORSE POWER.
BEST IN THE MARKET.
FOUT SOOTT KANSAS.
Itcmovt'd to now works Sunset road none
Knit Coin im rco street and aro now
TVAdy tn dn all kinds of
Casting in Iron and Brass
Keep on hand all kinds of Mill and Gin Ma.
chlncry ltepalrlnK dono on short notice. Old
quarters for rent on l'rosa stroet
A. S. CHEYAL1ER
Lawyer Collector Notary Palilic
43 Soledad Stroot
SAN ANTONIO - - TKXAS.
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