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.'he San Antonio Light.
IlAII.ItOAI) TIMK TAIII.K.
International nml Ureat Nortlu
OjttTrnlon, llarrltburg and Ball Antonio.
7:15 a m.
4:45 p. m.
Houston (Impress) I
Westward (To and i
from K.I IW) . I
Visiting brcthroti welcome.
GERALD GK1FF1N, Altoto.y and Coom.Iorat
Uw, Office, No , Fifnchboildiof, S. K Cor.
acr Main pliis Will attend promptly to all lej .1
ttailncts entrusted lo my car. U the State and ffd
inhiiits op tiii: (loi.niiN- hum:, (j.ntie
IV Almna lMiro Nu.S, meeta in Odd Fellows'
li.tll llrst mil third Tuursl.iisiif each mnntli.
Visiting comrades wclfoinc.
H. II. IIacon. Commander.
II. htlCKENKKMi'itii, rtocretury.
(I.W. HUTU. V. VOI.I.IIIIPOIIT.
1IUTII & VOLLBKISUllT,
Wooden and Willow Ware, l'alnts. Oils, Var
nUhcs, finishes, etc. A sjwclalty madoof
David Landrcth & Sons' (lardcn anil Flower
Seeds. Alio (lutta l'ercba Heady Mixed I'alntt.
310 Crockett lllock. Alamo 1'laia,
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
F. McC. Nkwton.
llosack & Newton,
Auctioneer, Commission Merchants nnd Gen
Iff II uvo larifo story rooms for Conelnn
nicntsnt 21 Soledud street, nppostto court liottso.
Directory of the Churches
Services are held at tho following named
churches In this city otcry Sunday.
Protestant Episcopal St. Mark's Cathedral,
cant side or Tntvli itiarc, ltlght llcv. It, W, II.
Elliott, llishopof thudloccsoof Western Teias;
Very Uev. Walter It. Itlchardson, Dean. Mom
lug services at 11 o'clock; ovcnlng service at 8
o'clock; Friday service ut 5p. m.; Sunday school
at U.:m a.m.
St. John's Chapel, divine servlco at r, o'clock
p. in. end Sunday school at 4 p. in. St. Luko's
Chiipil tjuuday school at 0 a. m
Methoillst Eplsonpiil Church South Solcdnd
street, Itev. W.J. Vounir,- pastor. Service at 11
a. in. and 8 p. in, Sunday school at l a. in.
Tenth Street Church, near Sunset dcpot,Sun
day school at u u. in.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. Pe
can street and uveuuu C. Services Sunday at U
a. in. and 7-ki p. lu. Itev. W.S. Fulklnuury,
pastor. Sabbath school at '! 1)0 p. tu., Col. It. M.
Moure, superintendent. Prayer and pralsu
meeting Wcdnesilay at ,:U) p. in.
Oerinan M. i:. Church-Ebcn Ezcr (lerinan M
i:. church, Vllllta street, Uev. W. Fclslnir. pas
tor. Won lei's on Sunday at 10.00 a. in. and H i.
in. Wednesday evening servlcrs a 7 o'clock.
Su uday school at U u. m.
lrst Presbyterian Church, corner Houston
and North Flores stn-els. Itev, J.W. Nell, pas.
tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sun
day school ut V u. lu.
Madison square Presbyterian Church. Hov.
W II. Iliicliiimiii. lutstor. ben Ices c cry sab
bath at tho chapel at II o'clock a. ill. und ,:.'10 p.
lit. Slbbuth school tit 4 p. in.
First iliiptlst Church, southeast corner of. lef
ferson and Travis streets. Uev. W. II. Dodsoll
U.li. pastor. Itetddence No. M.lclferson street.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 h. hi. nnd 7 p. in.
Sabbath school iilkla, in., K.O. Everett, super
ti'iulcnt. Christian Church, corner Houston and St. Ma
' ry'. streets: Klder l. Pcnnlnittoti, Pastor, Ser
vices cory Sunday at 11 a. tu. and 8, p.m.
Lutheran St. John's Church, comer of Nucvu
nun recall siiecis. jiev, A. tvieder, pastor,
Services at 10 a. m,
Homan Catholic. Cathedral of Sun Fernando.
between Main and Military phuas. Very Hcv.J.
C. Narer., Illshop. Hov. L. tlenulln, priest. l.ow
mass at 7 a. in. 1 1 lull mass ut Id a, in. Vespers
i p. in.
St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col.
legos reels. Very Hov. T.J. Johnson, nastur.
Low mass 7 a. m. IHith mass lOu. lu. Vespers
i p. Hi,
St. Joseph's (Herman) Church, east sldo Ala.
meiltt street, between Alamo and lionham sts.
Very Uev. 11. Pctlerkoru. Low mass 7 a.m.
uigu mass iuu. in. vespers u.uu p. in.
St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west side Vlcto
rlu street, between Second and .Third streets
Very Uev, Stanislaus Woiclechowoakl. High
Ursullno Convent Church, Augusta St. Hov,
11 M. Ilutrord, rector. l.ow mass tl::i0tt. in. Sun.
iluy school U u. in. Vespers 4 p. m.
Freo Mission lluntUt. Lavarra street. Fo
Wunl. Hov. J. . Williams, pastor, services
every Sunday utlluud p. m. Pruyer meeting
every i ucguay, iiuu preacuing at a p. u
St. Paul Methodist, cast Alameda street. Uev
J. ft. carues, pastor. Services every Sunday,
and Wednesday and Friday nlithts.
Hosu llospltul, Second Ward. Hov. J.C Kinory
Macedonia Baptist Church, Pecan street, Hov
iu u, joruau. pastor, ooryiccs ovcry Dunoay
at 3 and 8 o'clock p. in. Sabbath school. ut u a,
m. Services Thursday night and pruyer meet
luir Tuesday nlitht,
Dono with neatness aud dispatch at the LtoiiT
1 10 eeuts will pity for the LtaiiT for u wholo
Moonlight ut tho bprtues.
There is not a liner placo In tho country for
pleasuro and enjojment than tbu8an Pedro
Spriuirs park. Tho beuutlf ul moonlight nights
added to the fresh perfumes of spring und
tlon of an earthly parudlsa.
The very latest Inoolorcd-bordoretlhandkor
chiefs and neckwoar at Cohen & Koonlghelm's
Jutland 811 Main plaia. 6-lt-tf
How to savo money (and druirs) by taking
Turko-Husslan baths or Steam liath for your
colds, rheumatism, dumb ague and nil skin dis
eases, can bo found at A.Zilian's,
Coruor Commerce- and Alamo streets.
Also, Hot and Cold Water Hatha at 25 cents
The Cause of Failure,
Want of confldenco accounts for half of tho
nuslness falluros of to-day. C. Schasse, A.
Drelss and L. Orynskl, druggists, ore not llablo
to fall for tho want of contldenco In Dr. Uosan
ko's Cough and Lung Syrup, for they glvo
away a bottle luce to all ,v ho aro suffering with
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption and all
alfoctlous of tho Throat and Lungs.
Ullrd With Mention of Minor Ctrnts ami
A North Carolina woman killed her hus
band with a fire shovel. A new way to. shovel
cIT this mortal coil.
A reward of S7 has been cfTcreil liv the At
lanta Constitution for Ihe woman who has
learned the att ol pulling the street car bell at
the right moment.
They ny In Paris that Nilsson is wrltinc
her memoirs, In which she will pass incle
ment on managers, operatic singets and
musical mailers in general.
A few moments sometimes makes a treat
change. A man wilh blue eyes was seen
goinc, into a beer saloon yesterday, and
when he came out a little later he had black
Tlier call It a romantic marriace when a
couple of the neighbors get the bride's
lather in a back room and tit on him lo pre
vent his intertuptinn and breaking un the wed
In some of the new evening toilets for
omen In Paris, the left shoulder is wholly
bared. This will aflord the belles In easy op
portunity lo give Ihe beaux the "cold
There's a pretty girl In Covington who be
comes deathly sick il the eats ice-cream, and
the number of summer beaux that gitl has Is
something awful (o contemplate. Cincinnati
Holding two bundles, also a fan and a par
asol, while hunting lor a nickel in a pocket
book that must be in Ihe bottom of a bag,
will keep a woman busy for some minutes in
a street car, Picayune.
"I am trvinp to break mvsclf of slant?
phrases," said the Cenlralville girl, "and have
be-n for some time, lint actually I used Ihe
word 'racket' to-day before I thought, and
I'm so ashamed of myself. You won't give
It away, will you t"
Dr. Ilrown-Seauard is reported to have dis
covered a new anxthetic, "which destroys
sensibility, but leaves the patient capable of
working and attending to ordinary duties."
It will be a sweet boon in bore haunted news
It is estimated that there are 30,000 Chris
tian Indians In the United States. No trust
worthy data can be obtained touching Ihe
number of Christian white people, but It is al
most safe to assume that'thcre are two of
them for every Indian.
A condemned murderer In Boston received
much sympathy from a number of ladies, who
daiy brought him flowers aad various deli
cacies. Ilut one day he was detected picking
his teeth with a jack-knife, and his fair sym
pathizers deserted him and left him to his
Lucy. No, dear.the "Short Hour League"
is not composed of raustache-just-like-silk,
lelt-coat-sleeve-worn-shiny on - the Inside
young men. They will continue to take 60
solid minutes out of every hour from 7 until
10 p. m.,and don't you lorget it. Uurlington
Georcla clrls are leadine Ihe world in re
form. A remarkable feature at the commence
ment of Wcsleyan Female college at Macon,
Ga., was the beautiful simplicity ol the dresses
worn by the young ladies. A number of them
were made by the young ladies themselves,
and cost from $1 50 to $J.
"Statin Jane," said a fond mother the
other morning to her daughter, "Did Daniel
Johnson kiss you on the steps last night ?"
"No, mamma, he did not." If tin fond
parent had said mouth Instead of steps it
would have troubled Jane to reply, although,
after all, steps are things to a door,
A young merchant wants lo know how long
a surely is good on a note. Well, generally as
long as the note or the surety lasts. We don't
know how much about the length, but we can
tell you about how often a surety is good on a
note. Once. Just once. Only w-a n-s-t.
You can't catch him a second time, young
A Chinaman not long ago sent from I'eMn
to London a grain of rice upon which was in
scribed a poem. The grain showed 33 dil
tlct characters, which, when translated, proved
to be a delightful bit of verse. The grain was
enclosed in a magnifying glass, so that the
verse could be easily read by any one familiar
with the Chinese language.
J L. Khem, of Newburn, N. C, is the
largest raiser of "garden tiuck" in the United
Slates. lie has now planted and growing:
Peas, iid acres; potatoes 200; watermelon;,
100; cabbages, 23; beans, 25; beets, 8; cante
lopes, 7; cucumbers, 6; turnips, 10; squashes
3; tomatoes, 10; strawberries, 3; radishes, 5
making a total of 50S acres, and the condition
of the whole is very promising.
"Did you lose much by the Keubottown
failure!" "Not a cent," "Why, I thought
you had large business dealings wilh Mm!"
"So I had up to last summer. Then, when
he rented a seaside cottage, bought a diamond
necklace for his wife, and sent his three
daughiers to Europe to be educated, I at once
chopped off short." "You knew he was
going to fail and offer IO cents on the dollar?"
"No, sir; I supposed he was going to fail and
not pay a farthing, lie mlde a slip some
where, and has got to pay something. Wall
"Where was it?'' the Pilgrim said, thought
lessly, "Down in Salem, N. J. I think the
boys were telling me about a case in court in
which an old boat was the property of dis
pute. 'Well, you see,' said one of the wit
nesses, 'I owned one-third of the boat and
Hill Monk owned one-third. So we'
'But who owned the other one-third?' asked
the plaintiff's attorney. 'Hugh!' replied the
witness. 'Who owned the remaining one
third?' repeated the lawyer. 'Oh,' exclaimed
the witness 'nobuddy. There wasn't only
about two-thirds of a boat.' " Durdette.
To be Tested.
The firt real tcit of the Edmunds Uw
against polgamy in Utah will occur on
August 6, when county officers, thcrifTi and
members of the Legislature will be chosen in
each of the 24 counties of the Territory.
The Commissioners appointed by virtue of
the Edmunds law have completed the selec
tion of judges of election to receive and can
vass the votes on that occasion. The act
provides that no person cuilty ol nolvcamous
E radices shall be permitted to either vote or
old office, and the Commissioners have con
strued this provision so as to disfranchise any
such person who has ever lived with more
tn an one wile at tne same time.
The Galveston Print says: The Gould
syndicate, which is rapidly preparing to
push its railway on to the City of Mexico,
will, when their road is completed, have a
continuous line of road from the City of Chi
cago to the City of Mexico, whieh will mike
the International and its connections under
the Gould syndicate one of the largest roads
tn the world. Ilut American enterprises will
not stop when the City of Mexico is reached.
They will continue to build railroads until
fieople who have now passed the meridian of
ife can take the cars at New York and travel
without change to the city ot Rio Jancrio, in
The Passing of the Pi.
King Arthur, at his Table Round,
Sat wilh his knights, and there was sound
Of good things said, and sly,
When all at once Sir Lancelot
Upspske: "It waieth awful hot I
Will tome one pats the pie?"
Sir Gilahsd, at this, arose.
Sir Gal. was some on knightly pose;
His voice was like a shout.
"I'hou'rt late, Sir Knight." quoth Galahad,
ror one wno warns nis pie so dss,
Thj pit, Sir L Is out!"
Then did Sir Lancelot arise
And pull his viior o'er his eyes
His face was flamy hot I
"No pie," cried he. "And this to me I"
And then he strode lo where the lea
Led out from Camelnt.
SniifJii of l.lfr.
TliMinor title wait for no limn, hut tho Minds
ot lirtMiintlnuo to How on ttml 011, cur hFUt
year, never utoppiujr, imer .itniuttlnjr lu 1U
work nr wante unletM fHt-a&iomHl hy a Cutiirh,
Co.'lnrmmiul.unir AtTci-tlon whera Dr.
anko'sCotiithauil Lunir bjrup arrwU It nnd
makes the spun of II To Its ut lotted tbreo srore
ami ten (lo to C. tkhanrH, A. DitIm, or L.
Orynskl, (Irtnrtrlnts, nnd nuk thein for a freo
trlnl bottlnof UilsmHIclDw. They hno them
to trlvo away,
Au Open Letter,
Han Antonio, January I, iWi,
Dra. J.J.Jfc W.H.Tobliif
Gentlkmkn: Your IlcpntUlno has been
lifted In mv family inr over n venr, and 1
can unhesitatingly Mty It Is the best remedy I
have ever used for any liver trouble or eonstl
pitlon ot tho bowels. I would not Ikj without
ic uespeetiuiiy, A. w. hoitkton.
Pile nro frequently preceded by n sonso of
weight In tho back, loins nnd lower part of the
abdomen, nuisinir thopntlent to suppofte he
has some nlTeetlon of the kidneys or neltrhbor
Inj? ortruns. Attlmestsymptoms of lmlliretlon
are present, as tlatuleiicy, uni'UslncKS of the
itonmclj, etc. A moltuuro llko iers pi ration,
producing a very dlNwretiti o ltchltiK. partlc
alarly at night after tfcttlnir warm In bed, Is a
very common atteudnut. lillnd Uleedlnjr and
Itchtmr Tiles yield at once to tho application of
Or, Uosnnko's l'llo Itemed y, which acta directly
upon tho parts affected, nbsorblmr tho Tumors
allaylnir tho lntenso ttchlmr, and clTectlng a
porwnucnt cure whora nil other reraodles have
failed. Prteo 60 cents. Bold by O. Hchrwe, A.
nretfwand L. Or V7.uk 1.
A WOUMMIi; SUICI l K.
aiigc DUrovery of 11 Man lliiuclns by
Ills Heels Neur lluiutoit Street.
ft my friend and 1 wero walking punt tho old
1 the timbers that It took sevc
hands covered with blood, and us 1 lutd hli
down upon tie briUKO, 1 saw a deep tfusa ex
tending from ear to car ncroas his throat. Wo
wero horrltlod at tho ghastly spectacle, and my
friend hastened away for a physician. In tho
menu time I noticed an occasional trembling
of tho wottld'be suicide, nnd Judged rightly
mat 1110 wus not cxiinct. uy mis 11 mo ino
iliyslciun arrived, and at once applied restora
l en, and in a few moments the poor fellow
rocotercd consciousness. I knelt down besldo
him nnd uskedhlm why he had acted so des
pcratcly, nnd ho reached up and taking my
1 uiv nocKei. wroio 011 1110 back or
u curd theso word 1 "A kind friend advised
to buy a wutch from llmcrson; I bought
pay for tho last repairs 1 you know tho rest."
1'vrsonsdeslrliiK Information about Mexico
had hotter purchase "Tho ltepubllo of Mexico
In 18W," wilh rovhwl and corrected map, by
Ixiicnzo Castro. Depot at Nlo Tcnutf's. Com
mcrro strict. Sun Antonio, l'rlco per copy,
1th map, CO. 7-iVlf
liast Commerce Street.
Commercial Printing a Specialty, audi
Prices t lint will compete with the lowest.
And all other' grades of Job
Call aud Kxauilue Sperlmnu ami Et our
will reeelv. prompt and
No, 10 Vcrnmnidl St.,
A now frame Iioumo of four room, stable
nnd o'lMiouscs; hydrant wuler. !ot 40Ml
vara, In n good location- northwett of Char
ity hospital, l'rlco $'iVn.
New lramo house, Harnett street, on liigntv
wltyhl'l, five rooms, kitchen, hall and out
houses. LoUBxlW) feet. Price fSVK)
A beautiful place half-mile north of (lorcrn
ment dcot, fronting on N'ew llraunfels street,
und running back to ditch, Id acres all fenced,
H acres In cotton and corn, soft rojk house,
six rooms, stable and outdiouses, 40 ieach
trees, grapes, etc.; one wagon aud two good
mu'es. two hogs, "5 chickens nnd turkcii.
l'rlco JaVM. 7.t-3t
Pays for one glsM nnd 10 cents for a kchooncr,
nnd loccnu will my for Ihe I, hint for r whole
FOR SALE-AT AUCTION
Several Tract, ot
LAND AND CITY LOTS
In accordance with a resolution of the City
Council I am directed to sell nt auction. In
front of tho court housu door, on tho first
Tuesday In Aiirust (7th). tho tltloof tho city
to tho following described lands and city lots,
Ix)t SI, raniro 3, district 3, contalnlnir
18 37-100 acres; lot 3J. rans-o 3, district 3, con
talnlnir 80 87-100 acres; lot 111, raniro 3,
district 0, contalnlnir IN acres; lot 20,
raniro 3, district ft, contalnlnir 7.1
KMuO acres; lot 21. raniro 3, district 0,
contalnlnir U K!-100 acres; lot 20, raniro i, dl
trleto, contalnlnir lit 31-100 acres; lot 21, raniro
4, district 0, contalnlnir 41 78-100 acres; lot U,
raniro 5, district n, contalnlnir lor, l.t-tuu aercs;
lot ii, mniro o, untnciu, euntnininir ibm-km
acres; lot 8, raniro 4, district 0, contalnlnir
block 0, on tSan Fernando street, (late Hotith
Seventh street?, ward No. 1, lot T containing
1 W-luu acres, near Fredericksburg road, and 1
lot on tho south side of Ubrajo street, between
deferred payment to bear a vor cent. Interest;
secured by vendor's leln.
J. II. FjiKNOif, Mayor.
Solicits open orders for all kinds
of Groceries, including Tobacco,
Cigars and Liquors, and will fill
them with that careful selection and
moderation in prices that such orders
should always command.
lie desires also to lie remembered by
every Cotton Shipper in Ihe State
when the new crop is ready for mar
ket. No one in or out of the Slate
can give better results than he can.
Buying Goods at HOUSTON,
and shipping Cotton to HOUSTON
is no longer an experiment. It is
a saving, and a success.
200 Cilj Lots Por Sab I
South of and Adjoining Headquarters.
This Is very deslrahlo property. For particu
lars Inquire of tbo I.tnd Dopartmont of tho
(lalvcston, Harrlsburir and San Antonio Hall
II. B. Andrews,
0r A. J. FRY,
7-9-1 m Assistant Lund Commissioner.
IF YOU WANT A
For a Little Money,
THE BOSS TAILOR,
Will mako it for you. Ho Is now offering all
the Latest Stylos In English, French
German Goods at
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
On foniior nrtco. Only flrst.class tailors em
ployed and Una trimmings used. Suit, mads
up In any known style at short notice, and a
Ut Kuaranteed. If you want a nice suit at a
nominal cost don't fall to Interview Mr. Lorra.
on Commerce street, nosr bridge Uo can suit
you in quuuty ana price. j ;-nu
1 'atcwK. yjy
ii.iIk.I street. Opposite CourtTfl
Ki-i'Ds on hand a lino stock of Watches,
Docks and Jewelry, a well-selected stock or
ripectncles: also, llruilllan I'ebldes Met In Hold
and Silver Frames. ItepaltinK of l'ino Watches
Watclimakor anil jowolcr
No. 18 CosiHiaO Strut,
mar tf Ran Antonio. Tixaj.
tad Da.l.r la
K3-C.ll and mlo ny toelr nd pilc.l ti.fori
AU fi. S soli aid.r viill.o co.i.ats.
BELL & BRO'S.
Ho. 11 Commerce Street,
Silver and Platod Ware,
211 COMMBKCB ST., SAN ANTONIO.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY.
Itepalrlnsr and Cleaning dono carefully. All
Goods Warranted as Hcprcsentod. Special at
tention id ven to all orders by mall. A trial
SAM C. BENNETT,
Wholesal. and ltetall Dealer In
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
FINK WINES, LIQII0KS,
Cigars and Tobacco. Particular attention
T. J. Devini. w. S. Buitii.
DEVINE & SMITH,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
Ofllce ltooras 7 and 6, Povloo Ilulldlng,
Soledad street. Will attend to all business In
the Stato and Federal Courts.
I. S. BURMHAM, II. I C,
Ociuist and Aurist,
Proprietor Ban Antonio EYR and F.AH
All d I scASc. of r.roand Ear treated In
most approved tnannor with tho latest anpli
ancA. Cruokod eye. straightened, artlnclsl,
tnsortod to move naturally, etc., etc
OHIcO'ftl "713 Comniorco Stroot.
Physicians, and Surgeons,
Ornctt Sam Mavcilck building, corner
Losoyo and Houston streets
Joiitm Jomii, It. D ) I Jho. O. Dowem, h
. to is a n. l lo pm
700 Acoula St.
Special attention given to diseases of women
and Children and to diseases of th'. Luncs,
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treated at
a distance and medicines sent promptly by
Ilya teacher who has had Is years' evprrtenefl
In Mllwaiik(,Vls.llraneli.liiirht! UMII.ISII,
(1 HUMAN. Bl'ANIMII, Kl'r.N(Ji:ill AN 1'IIN
MANHHIP, MATIinMATIUS anil IIOOK
KKlCPINtl. Termsllheral. l'rlvatolnstructlona
In above branches. Also French at pupils' or
uoiimtT c. n.uni.Nwrnpr.iu
23) lllltu wit of Houth Alamo street, two
hlnck. south of rimtnnicv. n-7)m
TIMIKX AX COIIILLI
U. S. Mail, Express and Slago
Uno leaves euch placo dally (oxorpt Siindav)
andconnecta with tho trains of tho I. & (I, N.
lUllrond, arrlvlnir nt Tllden within 21 hours
after start from Han Antonio. First-class hacks,
stood teams and enreful drivers. Faro, l Ms
rouud trip, Js Hi; U) pounds bamraire freo.
J. K. TONS ALL 4 CO.. Contractors.
Agents at Tlldcn Snowdcn & Co.
Avcnt at Cotulla Frailer llros.
To Parlies Iutonding lo Build
CUM I. NT
Concrete and General Unlldcrs,
aropropnml to froct conorvto bulldlnin nnd
rt'tico wait with tht'lr now put on t machinery.
Cuncrrto fence wulU oro tho cheapest and most
(lunittlo, thero belnir no pHlntlntr required, ami
do not decay. Outaldo plain nnd ornamental
cementingby vrhleliold bulldlntri arc made
now. a ipoclii.ty. J'tlranto t urnUheJ for tbo
above, also for tho coiiitructlon of cuncnt
Idcwalki. &o. Addreu Voo & Wltchell. V. O.
llox (WiA, Han Aninnln. tviM.
EDWAIil) J. ((ALLKilIEK,
Mason & Builder
C31 HOUSTON STREET.
tanks, furnaces, ovens, urates and bulldlnirs c
all kinds. Will iruarantee satisfaction. Job-
mnr.inoiiT tlnnn tn ll-IWr
StablfH-Corner of Avenuo JJ und Houston
street. Connected by telephone. AM ordora
promptly attended to, day or n Ik lit. Tele phono
connection No. SOU.
1 raders' National Bank
204 Commerce Street,
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS,
Transacts a general banking- business.
1 v. waltiiai,.
WALTHALL &, CALLAGHAN,
San Antonlu, Texas.
OfHcei Dwyer building, southeast corno
BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
llorses fed by Iho day, wcok or month.
Saddle homos, carriages and buggies can bo
ordered at all hours.
21 Ilium street, opposite Monger hotel.
Will furnish Wooden and Metallic Burial
Cases and Caskets. Hearses and Currlagesat
open day and night. Telo-
Parties wishing llrlck In largo or small lota
will do well to defer their orders until thoy ace
Mil a. THOMPSON, who Is now In Ban Anto
Drlek, and will bo pleased to glvo information
as to quantity quality and prices.
JOHN A. KEBIt,
6-S5-t Cotulla, LuSaJlo County, Toxm,