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The San Antonio Light.
UAII.llOAD T1MB TAI1I.K.
International nml Great North e
Mir.hi. H.m p. m.
12:ISp.m. ntV. p. m.
Wlln, m. I 7:1V n, m.
Galveston, Ilarrtsburg nml San Antonio.
AM p. ru.
I Club moots In Hootn No. B.otcr (Irons' bunk.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 n. m.
JtUt'flltonffO,$t. tiilsorlptlo.i rVnccntsnmnth
Ir. Application for membership to bo oil
dressed to tlio Secretary.
II. Htiikh-Tavmii, rrwidont.
O Kit A l. li 0 lit ) rt.v, Secretary.
INK1IIT3 l'VTIIIAS, I'.lk Lodjro No. 33.
1 mit ts every Thursday at ":30 p. m. t'nsllo
In I'lrcman's Hall. Visiting brethren welcnino
INIUHTS 01' TUB (lOMtUN HUM!. Castlo
IV Alamo UHlito No.SC, units In IWil rVllmvs'
hall first ami Ihlril Thursday of cull mould.
ibiung comrades wcictii!
vvi'kly in rlckiicM. tm
utitth. Initiation leo fJ U), iiiuiitiny sun
scriiitionCO cents. Meets tint and third Wed
nesday In each month, at Honiniers ,V Peter
son's hall. It. 13. 110.N1), l'resirtent.
PAUL HOVl'.lt. tleneral Secretary.
(J. W. llirrii.
HUTU & VOLLIJUHOUT,
Wooden and Willow Ware, l'alnts, Oils, Vor
nlsbcs, llrushes, etc. A siwctalty made of
David Lnndrcth & Sons' Oardcu and Flower
Seeds. Also (lulta I'ercbn Itwvly Mixed Taints.
J 1 1) Crockett Illock, Alamo Plata,
3 AN ANTONIO TEXAS.
llosack & Newlon,
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants und len
JST" Have larffo storu rooms for Consign
ments at 1 Soledad street, opposite court house.
Directory of the Churches
Services are licit ut tlio following named
dm relies In Hits city every tiuuday.
Protestant llplseopiil St. Mark's Cathedral,
runt side or Travis square, UJjrht ltuv. It. W. II.
l.llloit, Imdiop of thodlocesoof WostcinToxas;
Very Itev. Walter It. Itlchardson, Uoan. Mom
Injr services at 11 o'clock; ctenhur service ai 8
o'clock; Friday service, at 5p. in.; Sunday school
St. John's Chapel, divine service at ft o'clo-k
1. m. and Sunday school nt 4 1'. in. St. Luke's
Chapel Sunday school ut Ma. iu.
Methodist I.plscojml Church South Folcdnd
street, Itev. U.J. Vounir, pastor, Scnlcoat 11
a. in. mid 8 p. tu, Sunday school at U a. m.
Tenth Street Church, near Sunset dcpot.Sun
day Bchool at U u iu.
Trinity Methodist Kplacopal Church, cor. I'o
can street and avenuuC. Services Sunday ut 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Kov. W S. Pulklnbury,
pus tor. Sahbath school tit 11:00 p. m., Col. It. M.
Moore, superintendent. 1'iaycr and pi also
meet'mr Wednesday at ?;00 p. in.
German M. 13. Church-Kben Xlin Ocrman M
12. church, Vlllltu sticet, Itcv. (1. l)otdull. pas
tor. Services on Sunday at 10:00 a. mi. and 8 it.
m. Wednesday eculmr scrvlcrs u 7 o'clock.
Sunday school ut U u. m.
r.rt Presbyterian Church, corner Houston
and North l'lures streets. Urn. J.W. Nell, pus
tor. Sunday services at 11 u.m. und 8 p.m. Sun
day school atua. in.
llov. J. K. Witllch will preach tu Herman In
the Flint Presbyterian Church oery Sunday
morn in if at (J o'clock. Upside nee No. WJ, North
Madldon tviuure Presbyterian Church, Uov.
W II. Iluchunun, pastor. Services overy tmb
batti ut tlio chapel at II o'clock u, in. and t.:tu p.
m, Sibbath schugl ut 4 p.m.
U.l. patttnr. Ketddcnco No. Hi JelTcisnn strctt.
Preaching overy Sabhuth ut 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Subbath school i.au it. m., 13. U. l.terctt, supcr
lendent. Christian Church, corner Houston iindSt.Mii
ry'istiects; Kldurl). Pennington, Pustor. Ser
vices cvury Sunday ut 11 a, in. uud tt. p. iu.
lailhcrau St. Jolm's Church, comerof Nue a
ami rceuu sirceis. mv. d, ieucr, pastor.
C. Narcz, Ulshop. Uitv. L. lletiulln, pricnt. Jsow
niuAS ut t n. iu. High mass ut 10 a, in. Vespers
i p. m.
St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's und Col
legos reoiH. Very llov. T. J. JoIiiimom, imstor,
5 p. m,
Ht. Joseoh's ((Icruiau) Church, cabt sldo Ala-
mcdit slretrt, between Aluiuo uud Itonham sts.
Very llev. II, l'eirerkorn. low muss 7 a.m.
1 1 IrU mass 10 a. ru. Veupcrs 3UW p. in.
St. Michel's (Polish) Church, wen sldo Victo
ria street, between Second uud Third streets.
Very ltuv. Stanislaus WotcicchewosM. lllifh
maHslOu. iu. Votfpem 4 p. m,
Ursullno Convent Church, AuRusta St. Hcv.
Yi. M. Jlultord, lector. Low masH(l:U0u. m. Sun
day school 0 a. m, Veepers 4 p. iu,
St. l'aul Methodist) eait Alamcdu street. Ilov
J, It. Curues, pustor. Pcrvtces ovory Punday,
and Wednesday und Friday nights.
African Methodist Church, opposlto Sunt a
Itobii Hospital, Pvcnnd Wurd. ltov. J, U. Ihnury
Macedonia Uuptlit Church, I'ccan street, llov
I,. (1. Jordan, piiator. Pcrvlcca every puuduy
ut 3 and B o'clock i. in. Pubbutli school.ut U u.
tn. Purvlocs 'i'huisduy night und prayer incut
Iok Tuesday night.
Fays for one glass and 10 cents fora schooner,
und 10 cents will pay for tho Liuiit for u wholu
Sfooullglit ut tlio bprlngs,
Thcro Is not a floor placo fit tho couutrr for
pleasure and cuJo)tncnt than tho Pau I'edro
pprlngs park, Tho beautiful moonlight nights
added to tbo fresh trfumos of spring1 and
summer Uowers, and the sweet tnuslu as ren
dered by tbo Pprluir bund make It tbo reallza
tlon of im earthly paruJUj. S-lll-tf.
The Cuuao of Fttlluro.
Want of confidents acoounts for half of tho
ouslncss failures of to-day. U. Pchasdo, A,
affeotlo'us of tbo '1 hroat and Lungs,
filled Willi Mention of .Minor V.tenin anil I
l uiinr Items. !
"Forever and forever farewell, Cattlui. If ,
we do meet again, why we shall smite," said
Urutus and how pleasant It Is to contemplate
that " ape does not wither nor custom stale"
this delightful habit of "smiling" when friends
"I will and bequeath," said Tat, "to my
beloved wife Bridget all my property without
reserve; to my oldest son I'atrlclc one-half of
the remainder; and to Dennis, my youngest
son, thereat, If anything is left it may go to
Terence O'Catty in Melbourne!"
"I'm sorter 'spiclous 'bout book sense.
Heal old hoss sense is the kind to have,
an' ef a person's pot the hoss sense he don't
need the book learnln', and efhe hain't got
the sense he can't take book larnin' to any
great shakes," Atkansaw Traveler,
It was a rhladelphla girl who first revealed
that squeezing the nand enlarges the knuckles
and spoils the beauty of that member. Per
haps this eipl.iini why the girls invariably kiss
each other lutUad nf clasping the palms.
They do it to preserve the beauty of their
liar.d'. The Dlaty.
The Trenton (N. J ) editor who spoke
slightly of factory girls snd their morals railed
a hornets' neit, and the bulling of I coo girls,
coupled with an elaborate display of boycot
ting methods was 10 fearful that he had to
come and say that he wrote the offensive
article in a hurry, and didn't mean It.
Gentleman' "How can you afford to sell
these tides for $5f They certainly can't be
good for much. I hey won't stand much ser
vice, will they?" Dealer "They will stand
aslong as the man who fires them; what more
do you wantl" Gentleman thinks "sure
enough" and goes off without a title. lloston
An Apache Indian omplalned to the agent
that the people called him a bad Indian. He
said: "They said I killed my mother. Yes
I did, but I did It because she was too old to
wotk. Then they say I killed my wife. I
did that because she was too sick to work.
They talk about me killing my papoose.
Well I did that, too, but It cried too much and
I couldn't sleep. I'm 'good Indian,' not bad
The way with a woman "Ise a gwine ter
quit you," said a colored man to his wife.
"I can't lib w id a 'oman what am so untrue
ter me as ter let a man kiss her." "Yerself
needn't make moufabout der matter. Didn't,
I see yer' wid yer arm round Sister Smith?"'
"Wall, now, if yer commences to compar
notes, we'll let cte subjeck drap. Dat's dc
way wid a 'oman anyhow. She's alters sav
ing up sulhin ter crush a man wid."
The Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer calls atten
tion to the marvelous crowth of the South.
Thirty years ago, in the heyday of slavery,
the total value of Southern crops pf cotton,
tobacco, rice, hay, hemp and sugar cane was
$138,605,738. The census report of iSSo
shows that Southern agricultural products
were mat year valued at $700,000,000. furth
ermore, the South Is becoming a rival of the
norm in cotton ana otner manuiacturcs.
"You certainly play very well," said the
music teacher, encouragingly; "but you have
not had good instruction. If you will promise
to practice four hours daily I will make an ar
tist of you in two years and only charge my
regular rates, lly the way, where do you
live?" "Right next door; just got board
there." "On! ah! yes I forgot to say that
your fingering is bad, and it is now too late to
correct it. 'l ake my advice and give up mu
l-'rom tlio Hoston Tost.
The fellow who proposes to make a trip
over Niagara Falls holding a gas bag will not
In all probability be drowned. It Is much
more likely that he'll get a jerk which will
break his back.
Tlio Present Situation,
I'roni the Chicago Inter Ocean
It Is too early to forecast the action of the
convention, bu it must be obvious to all that
a good President would make the best candi
date, and that if the nomination were to be
made this summer President Arthur would
undoubtedly be nominated by acclamation. Of
course the developments ot a year may make
a change. We only ipeak of the situation at
The Corset Must Go.
Jane Grey Swlsshelm is out with fresh con
demnation of the corset: "Man In Christian
civilization," she says, "sees no beauty in the
feminine form unless there is a notch alt
around it, like that with which a woodman
deadens a tree. The deeper the notch the
better he is pleased, for it makes a convenient
rest for his arm. In msklnd this notch for
his admiration and convenience a woman as
surely, if not as shortly, takes her own life as
the woodman takes that of the tree."
As to Mr. McDonald,
Prom the llrooUlyn I'nu'.e.
Mr. Watterson's recent innocent observa
tion that lithe Democratic National conven
tlonwere to assemble to-day "there is little
doubt that Us nominee for President would be
the lion. Joseph K. McDonald, of Indiana,"
seems to have had a sort of an aperient effect
on certain nartles who have other nlans in
reference to that nomination. From the man
ner in which thev have opened unon Mr. Mc
Donald it is reasonable to conclude that they
uo not regaru air. watterson s rcmaric as en
Something Quaint In Surah.
A quaint and stylish visiting costume for a
young lady is made of willow-green satin surah
shot wilh gold. The underskirt is of very
dark green, with a ruche around the bottom
faced with the gold-shot surah. Over this
skirt falls a tunic of the sursh, with loose
lluckincham puffs fallinc over the hios snd
front of ihe dress, and laid In flat pleats at the
belt. The Louis XIV. bodice, also of the
shot spoils, has a vest of Ihe dark green satin
delicately embroidered in pale gold In a fine
vine pattern, mis uouice lastens up cacti
side with tiny gold buttons. At each side of
the vest are rcvers of the satin laced wilh the
surah. The close coat sleeves button up the
back to the elbow, The wide collar is of
green satin, lined underneath with the gold
shot goods and embroidered around the
edges to match the waistcoat.
A Model Woman,
A wholesale cloak house on Market street
advertised in Sunday's N. Y. Tribune for a fe
male model wilh a 30 Inch bust, and for the
benefit of the people with an Inquiring turn of
mind, 11 reporter called at the place to learn
what the lady with the required bust was wan
ted for. "Did we get any answers?" said the
foreman of the establishment; "I should say
we did. No less than 25 women with all sorts
of busts have been here this morning, and we
expect to be besieged thlstiftemoon. We
want only one, however, and we made one
selection. You see, we make cloaks for busts
measuring from 31, to 42 Inches, but as we
can't afford to keep a model for each siie we
strike the average at 36 Inches. The model's
only duty Is to try on cloaks for the Inspection
of our patrons.'' "What salary can a lady
wilh a 36 inch bust command!" "Well, from
$7 to $3 a week.
That Awful Cowboy,
Ho wore but one suspender.
And with neither coat or vest t
He was on a high old bender
In a peaceful town out westt
Ills muddr homespun frontiers
Wero In bis boot-lrffs stuck,
Ahd bis yells at time, old routers.
Ho said were "Just tor luck."
Hnhada blif pistol.
And ho stated bevould smash
A small sized watch's crystal
At a hundred yariK Tor cash,
He worn no tie or collar.
And Ills shirt, not over tine,
Cost just one-half a dollar
In tho day, or "Auld Ijluif Syne."
Ho scorned tho town officials,
unininurnl or tucir stars.
And carved un
And whene'ver he took a drink
He called tho landlord "sonny,"
. And paid him with a wink.
And fired his old horse pistol
At tho Ma or' tKt-frum hat.
lie tmlcd tho ladlos' faces
With h's loud, pardon I a Uugb,
And made uncouth grlnuues
At tho con table And staff.
Hut a fellowr met this row boy
And mufbt him by th ear.
And paid, quite coolly, Now, boy,
In a way that ralcd a laujrti,
And proved bf jond a question
That tho cow buy wa n calf.
and 10 cents will pay for the I.himt for a whole
O, I). Parker, formerly with Thompson
& Austin, has opened a flrst-cIaM barber nhop
opposltn llord hotel otllco on liellflrnas street,
where he will be pleased to wo all his friends
und customers. Mr. Parker Is too well kuown to
need any recommendation as a llrst-class bar-
If You ar SutTerlnjE
From torpidity of tho liter or constipation nf
the bowels, try a bottle of llepatlxltic. Dr.
To bin's (treat liver medicine. Every bottlo
Is ffiiamnteed to you, and your money refunded
If tou aro not Batlstled.
For sulo at Clavln's drug storo, and by c.
If CSchassc, L. OrynskI, or A. Trels, druif-
i,Ut. iln not nuncpcJ It Is not for tho want nf
They have such faith Iu Dr. Uosauko's
How to save money (and
dtws) by taking
Turkn-Husslun bat hi or Stenm Hath for v
colds. rheumatism, dumb aguo and all skin dis
eases, can bo found at A. Zi man's.
Comer Commerco and A lamo streets.
Also, Hot and Cold Water Hatha at ." cents
Cu CoMKcroit's OrricE, San Antonio,
Auffust 10. Notion Is hereby nlven to all ier-
sona pursulnir their occupation without tirst j
otllco, that If tho same Is not paid within 10
days from date complaint will be made before
the. Itecorder, as required by taction U7 of the
y section 37 or the
An Open letter,
Han Antomo, January 1, 188.1.
Genti.euen: Your Hepatlzine has been
used tn my family tor over a year, and I
can unhesitatingly Bay it Is tho best remedy 1
latlonofthe bowels. I would not bo without
jtespectruuy, a. w. houhton.
Piles are frequently prcctMled by a senso of
wot ir lit In tho back, loins and lower nart of tho
abdomen, causing tho patient to suppose ho
nas some auecnon or tno Kianeys orneiffnoor
tntr owans. At times, symptoms of Indigestion
aro present, as llatulency, uneaslnons of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration,
producluff a very disajtreeai o Itching, partic
ularly at night after get, lug warm la bed, Is a
very common attendant. Blind UlccdUur and
Itching riles yield at once to tho application of
Dr. Itosanko's Pllo He mod y, which acts directly
allaying the Intense Itching, and effecting a
'ri"lsfl and L.
Notice to Vroperty Owners.
CITV COLLKCTOK'S OFFICK.l
San Antonio, August 7, im. f
Thk State ov Texas, l
County of Hex nr. f Whercns, certain par
ties owning property In tho City of San Anto
nio have fulled to construct Uieir sidewalks,
after due notice given, as required by Section
1 of "An Ordinance Regulating Construction of
Sldo walks," and tho city hulug constructed
said sidewalks ua required by Section 7 of said
ordinance, and tho Mayor having cert I tied to
mo tho below mentioned amounts for collec
tion. Therefore, I, V. C HaucNen, Tax Collector of
said city. In accordance with Section It of said
ordinance, do hereby notify the below men
tinned projerty owner to como forward with
in .HI da a from date of this notice and pa) the
amount set opposite each ruspectho name, to
gether with Hccrulng cost
If not paid within suld time, I am required
by Section 10 of said ordinance to levy and Bfll
so much of said property as may be necessary
to satisfy tho cost of construction and collec
tion, F. C. Haukibkn, City Collector.
H. A, McKlroy, cast sldeof Dwycr avenue,
Mrs. Catherine Weber, west side of Aeequlu
street, $110 K8.
Mrs. Jane A. Wheal, west side of Acequla
street, $X1 00.
Mrs. O. Marurheau, west sldo of Acequla
street, ?12tl IX).
Instate of Mrs. Mnchacca do Ilustlllo, east
sldi of Holedad street, $1)1 1A.
John F. Camp, west sldo South Flores street,
Hfehard Itlley, west side South Flores street,
San Antonio leo Company, west sldo of
Losoya Btrcet. $3K1 3,. aug7-17-S7-scp0
Wholesale Manufacturers of
The only thing on two wheels that rides as
easy us a carriage Goods made of tho best
material and warranted. Weight
from 00 to 150 pounds.
Ask your merchant to get prices for you.
C Spring Cart Co.
Kcw First-Class Ltiumlry.
In HrsUclasfl atvln. Lad Ipr anil irflntlemen wl
leave notice at the laundry and their clothes
will be called for and delivered at short notice.
marges reasonable. wu liur & CO..
tMI-lm Ijite of ban Francisco.
IFYOU "WANT A
For a Little Money,
THE 0SS TAILOK,
Will makoit for you. Hols now offcrliifr all
the iMlrst Styles In KiikIWi, French
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
in am known slrlo at short notice, and
tltKuarauU-ed iryou want a nice ult at n
nominal cost don't fall to Interview Mr. Lorra,
on Commerce street, ticsr brldjfo. He ran suit
you In quality and price. 7-2-ltn
Win. D. Cleveland,
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.
He desires also to be remembered by
every Cotton Shipper in the State
when the new crofl is ready for mar
ket. No one in or out of the State j
can give better results than he can.
Buying 'Goods at HOUSTON,
and shipping Cotton to HOUSTON i
is no longer an experiment. It is i
a, saving, and a success.
T T I rr
SAM C. BENNETT,
Wholesato and ltetall Dealer tn
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
mi: U'INKS, LIQUORS,
Cigars and .Tobacco. Particular Attention
given to receiving and selling Wool for my
customers. Store on corner of Main plaza ana
SAX ANTONIO, TI2XAS.
THE 33 EST
East Commerce Street.
And all other grades of Job
MESQUITE BLOCK PAVEMENT.
Contractor and Manufacturer.
Ihe llest MattrUl now offered to the public for Streets snd Sidewalk Paving.
I'RICF.S-Mt Clsit sScuperfoot. sd Class t cts. idCUuioctt.
OFF1CK AND FACTORY jc and 30! SOUTH LAREDO ST., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, j-ss-ly
Ittti-EMcsrEH-F. tlrnos. President Ocrman-Fnillsh School 1 V. W, tangr, Treasurer Pan
Antonio '.auiir Association: Frlta Mlpiwrt, Oconto It, Mtumbcrir, II. II. Ktmuuerr.
O. F1.' FROMMER,
Practical Book Binder and Ruler,.
Opposite Court House, Solcdad St., San Antonio.
e-fAII kinds of I'
indina; and Ruling don. with neatneil,dur.Lilily and diipstcli Competition In pikes
' H. KLOCKENKEMPER,
Sfff Klockcnkotnpcr 1 f
i called -c bjy'iTinn
iligs ? I Itaciaiis,
Kcci, on hand a lino stock of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry, a well-soloeted stock of
Ppcctaclcs: also, Ilrn'llian I'ehblcnPct In Oold
and PlIvcrFrnmcs. Repairing or Flno Watches
a spcclnlty. s-'-Cm
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. 18 CoMMiaci Stiiit,
mar tf San Antonio, Txzai,
and Dt<r la
tJ-Cs.ll tad sismlas my stack sad prices bsfor
AU good ('! add coder wrlttso gnsraDis
BELL & BRO'S.
No. 11 Commerce Street,
Silver and Plated Waro,
Watches and lowolrv ronalrod. Chat
sonable. Wo fako pleasure in showuiK our
211 COMMMtCIS ST., SAN ANTONIO.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELUY.
Itcpalrlnir and Cloaulnir dono carefully.
Ooods Warranted as Ileprcsentod. Bpeclal at
tention given to all orders by mall. A trial
! JEWELER ANlToPTICIAN
N. S. BURNIIAM, M. D. G.
Ocuilst and Aurlst,
I'roprMor Pan Antonio KYK and KAK n
flrmarv. formerly siinrron In chnrirn nf K.nea.
City hye. Ear and Throat InBrraarr.
All disease of Byoand Bur treated In
most approved manner with the latest appli
ance Crooked eyes straightened, artlllcfil.
Inserted to rnovo naturally, eta, etc
Onion at iSTlt Comtnorco Htroot.
OrncKi Sam Maverick building, comet
Losoyo and Houston streets.
is, M. D. ) ( Jno. O. Uowsk, M
I. 1 to s r.m J I Q to to a. la. la ... J .
K.iideoc. ) ( us.aelea reildeoc.
700 Aceouis St. Sooth nrtttS.
Special attention given to diseases of women
and Children and to diseases of th'. Lungs,
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treatedat
a distance and medicines sent promptly bj
lly a teachorwho has had 1 years' exp'rtrnio
In Mllwaiikce.Uls.llrnnchrs taught: ENC
(HUMAN, PI'AMPII, PI'll.NCKItlAN
MANHHI1', MATIIUilATICH and 1
Kl:i:i'lN(l. TlTmlilK-r,,l. iTIrntnln.lnirllnn.
In abovo branches. Also French at pupils' or
ItOIir.UT f!. tiAtiiitiuwniinpii
S3) Vllllla west of Bouth Alamo street, two
blocks south or poeUittloo. 0-7-3 ra
r. Rhode it V. II. Ilcnclic,
Manufacturers of all kinds of IIAltltBLS,
KIM 8, m'C,
CVPRKSS CISTERNS A SI'ECIALTV.
Prompt attention to orders. Address IIox 20
" " G. "W.WRISTIAN,
Plijsiciaii and Surgeon,
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
.San Autonlo, Texas.
iSDWAHD J. GALLAGHtiU,
Mason & Builder
031 HOUSTON STREET.
tanks. furnaiKn. nvi,n. rritS on.l h,,li,nn..
all kinds. Will guarantee aatlaraotlon. Job-'
.trfntlr attAnrtPri tn tl-IK-lr
1 raders' National Bank
204 Cmiilllerco Street,
SAN ANTONIO, - - . . THXAB.
Transacts a general banklnar business.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
fed by t:
ordered at alt houn
24 HUim struct, opposlto Mcnucr hotel.
Will furnish Wnndnn .ml H...C,
Disea and Caskets. Heurscaand OarrlttKeaat
all times. Ollloo open day and n'uht. T"elo
phono conncctlonswithboth offlccs. 7-18-tJ
Parties wlshloir llrlck in largo or small lota
wMl do well to dcrcr their ordora until they sco
Mil. O. THOMPSON, who Is now In San Anto
llrlck, and will bo pleased to give Information
as to Quantity quality and prlcea.
JOHN A. KEKB,
8-23-t Ootulltt, LaSallo County, Texas.