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The San Antonio Light.
ItAII.llOAD TIMK TADLK.
International nml areas Northern
RiprcM fcVia. m. 8.HI p. m.
Kxprvss HMt.m. XM p. m.
Western Kitcmlonl UMip. m. I 7i n. m,
(Intveston, Ilarrlsbnra; nnd Sun Antonio.
T.kavm. I Aitmvra.
7:15 a. tn. .1J p. in,
ti p. ui. I 9.-00 a. in.
CMO p. m. I 10:00 n. m.
CAN ANTONIO CHllKS AND CI1BUKKU
O Club meets In llooiii.No.8.nvcrUroos'tiuik,
FuosdsyB, Thursdays and KiUtiplays at 8 t. m.
Dilation fee, $!. tiubecrlptloii, docentainontli-
f'. Appllcatloni for membership to bo ad
roBicU to tbo becrctary.
II. IIydiii.Tatlou, President.
Qeiulu OitlrriN, ttecrclary.
In Plrcuiau'a Hall Vislltrnr brctbrcn welcome
INIGHTS 01' Till! GOI.nilM ItULB, Custlo
JV Alamo Lndo No.SS, meets In Odd Fellows'
fiall llrit and third Tiiursdaysof cacli mouth.
aticiub. Initiation lee t'i ttv inuutbly auu
scrlptlonCUcenta. Meets llrst and third Wed
nesday In each mouth, at Poniinors & Peter
son's hull. It. i:. MONI), President.
PAUL IIOYCK. General tSecictnry.
(I. W. HUTU. W. Volluiiiciit.
1IUTJI & VOLiLBRECIIT,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Paints, Oils, Vur
nlshoa, Urushcs, etc, A specialty made of
David Laudrctti & Sons' (lardcn and Flower
Seeds. Also Outta I'crclia Heady Mil 11 Paints.
210 Crockett Illock, Alamo I'lasn,
SAN ANTONIO, .... THXA8.
Ilosack & Newton,
Auctioneer Commission Merchants and Gen
C37" Ilavo largo storo rooms for ConstiTn-
nicnlsntSt Bo led ml street opposite court house.
Directory of the Churches
Services aro held at tlio following named
churches In tniscitr ovcry ounaay.
Protestant Kplscopal-St. Mark's Cathedral,
r..r .i,l nr Tr.ivl. num. ltlaht ltev. It. W. II
Very llev. Wultcr It. ltlcbardson, Dean. Mora-
o'clock; Friday sorvlco at Sp. in.; buuday school
at 11.30 a. in.
Bt. John's Chapel, dlrlno eorvico at 5 o'clock
Chapel tiuuday school lit V u. in.
Methodist Episcopal Church Bouth-Solcdad
street. Iter. w.j. Young-, pastor, oervicoaiu
a ra. and 8 p. ro. tiuuduy school at 9 a. ui.
Tenth Street Church, near Bunjot depot, Sun
day Bcnooi at v a. in.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. ro
nioct'uir Wednesday at 7:0Q p.
Ocnnan M. l:. Church I'.bcn Ilzcr German M
H. church, Villlta strcot, llev, (J. IJimdail. pas
tor. Services on Sunday at 1U.UJ u. m. and 6 p.
in, Wednesday ovenlnjt services a 7 o'clock.
cunaay scaooi at v u.
F.int Prestivterliin Church, corner Houston
and North l'lores streets. Iter. J.W. Nell, pas
tor, Suuday services at 11 a.m. and II p.m. bun-
nay scnooi at v a. ui.
Heir. J. F. Witilch will Drench In Gorman In
the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday
nvenlnir at o'clock, ltcsldcnco No. ItU, North
l lores street.
Madison nnuaro Prosbvtcrlan Church. Iter,
W II, lluchanun, pastor. Services every sab
bath at tbo chapel at II o'clock a. m. auu juu p.
in. canoun scuooi at p. in.
First itapttst Church, southeast corner of Jof
foison and Travis streets, llev. W. 11, Uodson
li.U. pastor. Itesldeuoo No. lilJctlcrson street.
1'ruichlutr every Sabbath at 11 a. tn. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school Ml) a. in., li. C. llvcrott, super-
Christian Church, corner Houston andSt.Ma
ry'sstrcets; Klderi), Pennluglou, Pastor, ber
vices every Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8. p. in.
Lutheran St. John's Church, corner of Nuevn
anu recan streets, xtov. a. iviuucr, pusior,
Borviocs at iu arm,
Itoman Catholic, Cathedral of San Fernando,
hetweeti Main and Millliirv uluzos. Verv ltov.J.
O. Narcz. Illshou. llev. u ilouulln. priest. Low
mass at 7 a. in. High mass ut lg a. m. Vespers
1 p. in,
St. Mnrv's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col
Intra rxnli. Vnrp Unv .T. J. JohlMUtl. Imstor
Low mass 7 a. in. High moss ll)a. m. Vospeia
o p. m.
St. Joseph's (German) Church, cast side Ali
meda street- between Alamo and llonhaiu sts
Very ltev. It. l'enorkurn. Low mass 7 a, in
llUh mass iua. m. Vespers 3m p. m,
St. Michel's (1'ollsh) Church, west side Victo
ria street, betweeu beound aud 'Ihlrd streets.
Very ltev. Btaulslaus Wolclechowoskl. lllirb
masiua.m vospurstp. m.
Ursullne Convent Church, Auausta St. Hov,
k n. iiuuoru, rector, xajw mass u:jja. in. ouii'
day school v a. in. Vespers 4 p,
Froo Mlsslou IltlDtlst. Lavarra street. Fourth
Ward. ltov. J. w. William, pastor, services
every Suuday at 8 and 8 p. in. Tray er meetluK
every I ucsauy, aud prtaohtnir ut 8 p. m. on
New Light Free Mission llaptlst, Luvaccu
street. Fourth ward. ltev. J. Holmes, ttastor.
ServlceB every Sunday at 8 and 8 p. in. i'ruyer
meciiutf every rriauy, preucumir at o p. in. uu
u euuesuay ami ouiuruuy.
St. Paul Methodist, eust Alameda street, llev
j. it. carues, pastor, nervioes ecry buuaay
uuu tv eaucsouy uuu rnuay niguts.
African Methoddt Church, opposite Ranta
iiobu jiospiiui, duuuuu iiutu, ltev, j , u. umory
Macedonia Uuptlst Church, l'ccan street, llov
lu. joraan. pastor, bervices every suuday
at l auu o o eioea p. in. oaouain scuooi ut V a
m. Services Thursday night and pruyer meet'
jnjrj uesaay uiirui.
Utooullght at tha springs.
There Is not n liner place In tho country for
gleusuroamt enjo) racut than tho San l'cdro
prlngs park. Tbo beautiful moonlight nights
added to the fresh pcrfumca of spring and
dered by the Spring bund muke It tho realiza
tion ot an eauuiy parauise. o-iv-u,
Want of Faith,
If C. SchUBSo. L.Orrnskl. or A. Drclaa. drui'
gists, do not succeed It Is not for tho want of
laun. Mney nuvosucu initu in ur. uosanuo j
Couu-h and Luuir Syrun as a remed v for Coutrhs,
Colds, Conaumptlon and Lung Alfeetlons, that
tuoy win give u inai uouie ireo lo eacn ana
very one who Is In need of a modiclne of this
I'atent -Medicine l'eddter and the
'rom the Detroit Freo I'resf.
It was down below Dowlinf Green, Ky .on
the line of the Loulivllle and Nashville road.
It was court dajr in town, biinging la a large
crowd, and the "celebrated Indbm doctor
was there with his wagon and his cures. He
rrancued the croud for 40 minutes before
e made the least Impttnlon, and then an old"
man began to edge op In a mealtlng kicdof
Do veu lulTtr with dvictntla t" aikcd the
"Then my compound of the 41 different
kinds ol rooia will cure you."
A woman advanced and look the old man
by the aim and whiipered:
"Lemuel, you hain't got dyspepsia no
more'n our cat, and you shan't buy nuthln'."
".Madam, Is that your husband I" ailted
root and herbs.
I notice lhat hit liver Is out of order. Lei
him take a bottle of my tlixir and he will be
restored. Let him neglect himself Ihrce
months longer and he litis a dishonored
ine 01a man was going uov,n ior 91, out
she stopped him with 1
"No, you shan't 1 Smartwced tea and
vinegar will rinse ihe liver ai clean as a
whistle, and we've got bolh in the house."
" And I ah and I ah notice that he is
predisposed lo dropsy," continued Ihe doctor
as he waved his bottle around. "This elixir
cures dropsy In 48 hours. Neglect the dheaie
and a funeral procession is seen winding its
hcrrid wsy over these romantic mountains "
The old man went down again, hut Ihe wife
gave him a push and called out 1
"Dropsy I why, you old idiot, you never
had energy enough! to get il, and If you ever
do I'll cure you with ssge tea and kerosene
And I ah and I ah, discover that his
blood needs replenishing," continued the
doctor. "My elixir contains 12 kinda of iron,
and li warranted to furnish new blond at Ihe
rate of a gallon a day. Some of Ihe best
blond in America is the work of my elixir.
l'resident (ia'licld was about lo outer 24 bot
tles the day he was shot. (Jo Into the While
House and you'll find it on the sideboard.
Jay Rould uses it. Vandeibilt will have no
"Jerusha, I'll have It!" said the old rr.ao
I wsnt about eight gallons of new blood the
"You sha'nt have II!"
Then she shut her teeth hard, drew a full
breath, and seising the old msn by the back
of the neck and Ihe coat talis she ran him
through the crowd and steeled him under a
wagon with Ihe remark:
"Now, you lav that I If this family has got
any disease I can't tackle and cure Inside of
Iwo hours I'll leave ana let you run tne rancm
Now I'll see to old Elixlrl''
But the doctor wasamsnof rtolicv. When
he saw her coming and noticed Ihe celor of
her eyes, he locked up his medicine chest and
"Fellow cilisens, I desire to call your at
tention to these suspenders at 2; cents per
psir, and, by the way, here is a cake of
scented toilet soip lor the uuy wno preventeti
ber husband from admitting his constitutions!
ailments in the presence of a life insurance
agent. Who takes the hrstpairi '
Let the Young Folks Marry.
The pretty story that is going the rounds
from Washington of the way younc; Mr. M'
gruder Hugh and young Miss Minnie O'Dowd
outwitted the elder Mr. Hugh and the elder
Mr. O'Dowd, got iheir nuptial knot alt tied
secret and came back for their parents bless
log, is full of suggestions for times like these.
Of course young people have done that before
and will do it again. The surest way to hasten
young lovers into matiimony is to oppose
their designs. Often eneugh lovers tire oi
each other, or find out that they are not as
absolutely dependent on each other 09 they
tnougnt, wnen leit to inemseives, lint try to
train up a child, and away he will go ; and
In this instance they both went. And is it
not something 10 encourage ratner than an
courace ? lhat is, ounht not parents to en
courage rather thin discourage them, us they
often do t The tendency of modern society
is away 1 cm early marriages, especially love
marriages. The merest children are talking
of marrying for money later on. Thoughtful
people have no doubt as to the sort ol social
life this will nrodtice eventually and how ut
terly it will vitiate all the little sacredness of
duty is tne only lorce mat win stand byhumsn
beings in the relations involved in every human
Younc people will fall In love. The de
sires of nature are not subiect to parental
control, ui course, tney can be cau
cated, but to a far less extent
than philosophers dream. They will assert
themselves, and it seems to us that parents
would be far better employed watchlne anv
genuine affections that arise, and in encour
aging Ihe same toward actual early marriage,
aiding the young lolks financially and every
way. rather than in checking only the best of
their impulses. It is possible, too, lhat young
loias wnote parents are pior wouiu oiten do
better were they to marry young and by mutusl
fidelity help each other than in sowing wild
oats lor luture harvest 01 crime, it Is an ap
peal to parents for a more sensible and cene
ral policy toward their children, and an appeal
to Ihe young to return to the heroism of
sound nearts again.
Will Know Better Next Tims.
Mr. S. A. lllngham, a Connecticut editor,
went to Red Dog, Arizona, to start a news,
paper. He issued Ihe first number with a lead
lag editorial bearint' upon the obvious tmpro
prlely of ehurch elders kceointr their faro
banks open during the hours of service. That
evening Mr. Bineham left the town. He
brought away with him an excellent sample of
native bitumen, an extensive collection of
feathers, and two small Iragments ol lead,
which nothing but sweet oil and a surgeon
could induce him to ptrt with. Candid
journalism has its drawbacks in Red Dog.
He Didn't Know,
From The Judge.
"After all," remarked a young lady who had
been reading the various indictments which
have of late been published against the spar
row. "after all. these sparrows seem ts be
great nuiiance. I think we had better get rid
of them and make up our minds to endure the
worms. Sparrows are worse, don't you
mink so I"
" I don't know," said her beau, thought'
luiiy, "l never had sparrows,"
Far Too Sensible.
From tho Savannah lOa.) Times.
The free traders and tarilf for revenue men
are asking the South to turn her back apon
Ihe splendid future that awaits her. We en
terrain too high a respect for Southern intelli
f ence to Imagine the South will knowingly
orego her grand opportunities. Sheis tar too
How the Bar'l is Guarded.
Oorccipondonco Chicago News.
Tildcn's house is burglsr proof. The pro
tection Is an invention of Mr. Tilden. In
every window of his house ttcre Is a diamond
et work of strontr bsrs of steel. This net
work meels in the centre of Ihe window, lock
ing with a spring lock as it comes tcgelher.
In the day time thia can be unlocked and slid
together in a little recess on each side of the
window, out of sight. A burglar, to get
through this net wotk, wouldhave to cut away
teel bars over a suilace the size 01 nil bony,
n the bow windows there are the same steel
gusrds shutting on a line with the sliding
doors, A passenger elevator tuns from the
asement 10 tne top 01 ine rooi.
rom tho London Truth.
Prince Illsmsrck wss guarded during his
stsy at Klsslngen by six llavaiian gendarmes,
six Prussian policemen, one Bavarian Com
missioner ol Police, one Prussian Police
Councilor from Beilin, lour detectives from
Munich, and two from W unburn. I heir
duty was lo watch Ihe Chancellor Outing his
three hours' walk on the promenade and to
prevent unknown persons from approaching
11 vu:a by day or by nigiit.
Notice to Participants In l'roccsslon.
All npranna IntKndlnir In iw-nil ilvcnratcd
wagons to take Part In (tin Volksfest proces
sion on Octobers, must notify tho undersigned
How to Pine monor (mil druira) by tnklnir
Tiirko-Kusiiin bdtti or Htram Jlntli Tor jour
coi.l, r ho u mutism, iluinh titf ue unrt Hi I pkln ill
cases, can to found nt A. ZimanV,
turner commerce nan auiuo m rotM
Alfto, Hot and Cold Water UMbn ut 35 i-enu
Tk Notice! Tko Notice II
Prof. Ontlno tins purchuMM, tho beer tuloun
r Hclrnmariff lima., on 'utfimcreu btrert. near
llllurv iilrizn. wlinro he keens exrti liter, lem-
onndo and nodn witter. Freo lunch ctury day
at 10 o clock An) nno warn in to iciirn uuy or
hlsslcluht of tmiid trloks will be tautrht treo
ofctmrKC. 8-21-1 in
An cn letter.
Ban Antonio, January 1, l&M,
Gr.NTLicur.Nf Your Hcpatlzfno has been
used In my family tor over n year, and 1
can tmtmltatlmrly Bay It Is ttio best remedy 1
Dave, over usvu ior any nver trouoio or eunu-
auou oi tuo ooweis. i wouiu noi ikj whiioui
About tlmo to think of urn tin if your fall and
inter eiotiiiriir in remi mta lor a HUdiicti
rhunRo In thu weather, which Is llablo to occur
atanytlmo. You may tmvo smiio frarments
ot hya llttio renovatlnKa (let thorn scoured,
I titled, died aud they will look as well ah new.
Caen Fro'ich dicing and scouring establish-
Piles are frequently preceded by a senso of
eltiht tn tho back, loins and lower Dart of tho
ab'loiuen, causing thoimllcnt to suppose he
auccuonoithc kidneys or ueitrhbor-
Ing organs. Atllmes.syraptomsof Indigestion
aro present, as uatuioney, uneasiness or tno
itomach, etc. A moisture like, perspiration,
producing a very dlsugreeai o Itching, partlo-
ularty at night after KUtttuj' warm In fcd, Is a
, uigut alter kuuiuj' warm m ixu, is a
nnion attendant, llllnd Weeding and
rcry common auemiani. mum tiieeumg ana
Itchlmr Piles yield at once to the aiinllcutlon of
Dr. HiMiinku's Pile Heme Jr. which a:tsdlrectlv
jpon tbo parts utrocted, absorbing tho 1 union
Allaying ttio intenso netting, and t lice ting :
lermaucnt euro wucru an oiner remetuua da
To amend section 4, chapter 43, rovlsed ordi
11a It ordained tv thoCltr Council of thocltv
of Han Antonio that st'ctlon 4, or chapter 43, re
vised or1 1 nances, bo so amended as to hero
after read as follows, to-wlt t
Section 4. That no in. rson shall Place, or cause
to bo placed, In any plaza, street or alley, any
thing lhat may obstruct tho freo pas-uigo
thereof (building material for Immediate, use,
when tho samo docs not occupy mora than
one third or tuch plan, street or alley,
and so placed as nut to obstruct tho proper
1'umU and approved Pentembcr 19, 1SS.1.
J. II. t'HKNt'ii, Mayor.
Attest : i:. P. Cl-iAUDON, city Clei k. 1010t
Lnrc Bale of Army Kqulpnge,
IIradquaktkrs Ukimktment op'Iuxas, I
Ol FICE OK Cllltr If A KTE II It AST B Its V
San Antonio, Texas, September lu, lwii. J
SKALP.DPUOPOSAI, lu triplicate, will bo
received at this otllco until VI o'clock, noon,
on the 2?nd day of October. IbKI, nt which tluio
and place Ihny will bo opened In thopresrnco
Plckaxeo, Pickaxe handles and tilings, Drums!
iirum oungs, bucks, carnages ana caaes, ami
A lull rntnlniriio tt tlin nrtlrli . ton-ether
with blank proposals and printed circulars,
giving Instructions at to manner of bidding
and conditions to bo observed by bidders, can
bo had on application to this olllue, or at tho
n dices of te Chief Quaitcrmaster Military
Proposals lor tho whole or auy part of thso
supplies will bo considered.
Thu government icscrvcs tho right to reject
any or all bids.
No proposal will bo considered unices ac
companied by tho prescribed bond.
Envelopes containing proposals should bo
murked "Propowil fur PurctuAo of Army
Ktjulpago," and adOreastd to thu underslirned.
9-SO-st Majorand Cblcf Qunrtermastcr.
Citation by Publication
In the hnnorabio District court forth" county
of Iiexar, and Hutu or Tcxm. So, Mary
C. Johnson vs. George. II, John sou.
Tho State or Texas to tho Bho- Iff or aoy Con
stablo of I lux n r county, greeting t
You are herohy commanded that by making
pi-bllcatloii of this citation In somo newspaper
p blUhed in tho county of ltoxar, unco each
week for tour suecossivo weeks, previous to
the return day hereof, you Mimuion loorgo
II. Johnson, n lion-real dent of tho State of
I'cx sund who resides In the Knuuiioof Mex
ico, to be and uppear be lorn tho District court,
to be holdfii within and for tho county ol
llexar, at tho cuuit houo thiroof, in thuclty
of can Antonio, on tho lira. Monday In Decem
ber nutt, then and there to answer tho peti
tion of .Mary C. Johnson filed in said court on
HioSUilnl.iy of June, A. D. XH&i, against B.tld
Oeorgo II. Jhhusoii. tsald Bull Is uuuibered
10b5. and alleges in substance, us follows -ti)--U
That potltlonertuis resided In Iloxar county,
Tuxa. for moro than six mouths previous to
tho tiling or herrpcUtlon; that lu the eur 1H75
showasiusrri d lodcfnduiit, lu Travis coun
ty, Texas; that deienoant has mado noellort to
support plaintiff or her child, Jra Johnson, for
more than threu years, and that Uerundant
abandoned plaintiff with tho Intention of
abandonment moro than three years previous
to tho mine of this petition.
Wbcefoiu plaintiff prays that she bo granted
tho custody or tho child Ira, for u decreo dis
solving the bonds of matrimony, for ull costs
In thia behalf expooded aud lor general relief.
Herein rail tint, hut huvo ton then and thcro
before said court thu wilt with your return
thereon showlug how )ou huvo executed tho
Witness Theo. Ilaldus, Clerk of tho District
court of Buxar county.
i ) Given under my band and seal of office,
L.8. VutStn Antonio, this 4th day of tSepiem--r-
J ber. A. D. IVtSS. Thko. IUldl'i.
Issued Bcpt, 4, 18M. O. D.U H. Co.
a . x nyM.Yturrl. Deputy.
Catno to Imnd Scptcmberl, MHO, and publica
tion ordered samo day, in tho Ban Antonio
juuiit, u newspaper puousucu ui inocityoc
ilex a r count i-. for four weeks
prctious io iua return uuy tnercoi,
to tho return duvttiei
T, P. McCall, Hherftt Uttxar Go. Texas.
Ity W. a. M. Uatuucl, Deputy,
IP YOU AVANT A
For a Little Money,
TUB BOSS TAILOR,
Will make it for you. He Is now offering all
tho Ltitcst Styles In Kngllsli, French
Uermsn floods at
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
In anr known utrlo nt short notice, and
Ut Kiiftrnntwl If you want n nlro milt At a
notplnnl unut don't mil to interview Mr. Lorra,
on Otmim'T-roBtroftt. nottrbrldKO. llocnn luit
jou In qunlltr nt rrtce 7-2 ltn
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 crop is ready for mar
ket. No one in or out of the State
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.
SAM C. BENNETT,
Wr.olea.lu and Ilrtall Dealer In
aplo and Fancy GroeBri
VIM WJKKS, HQl'OUS,
IMI EXI C O !
Persons desiring lnformnllon about Mexico
had better purchaso "Tho Itepulillo of Mexico
In 16S2," with rovl.od and onrrcctrd map, by
Lorenzo Castro. Depot nt .S'lo Tensir'a, Com
inerco stnet. Ran Anlonlo. l'rlco per copy,
with map, $3 30. T-lVtf
lo.l2 YTuiri St.
Persons wishing tn spend tho summer In tho
country will llnu, at this house, a many home
comloits as can bo found In the tifate. Tho
coolest of rooin. best of bed, no monfiuUoes
or Mien, and a tablo Mipollcd with all that home
unl Ban Antonio markrts afford, l'lcnty of
sweet milk and homemade butter. Also pure
well and cistern water.
8.13.1m A. V. DAItH, Proprlotor.
San Antonio, Toxuh. '
Tho undcrslfrned bcrs lo Inform tho publlo
that ho has opened an oyster saloon at No. 31
West Commerce street, opposlto Heed's furni
ture .tore, wlicro Morgan City and Qalrctton
oysters can bo had In ull stylos at moderate
prices, Ujstcrs S3 cents per dorcn.
0-8-lrn ANTONIO I'lITEM.
T. B. IlAIIllISON. Toa IlAllltlSON
IIAURISOX & H.UtlllSO.V,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
21 Solednd Strcot,
Bin Antonio. Twentv.llve rears cxnerlence In
Tcxaa. 1'ractlre In all Btato and Knlcral
EHNU VOUlt DAUOUTKlta TO
on he i-OLi.owi.ia ueaso.ns :
1. A comiiolent and complete faculty, uilns
the latest and best method.. 2, A hcaltnfu
nnd central location, 11. A Texas school, ex-
tortablo bulldlnttB. li. Tho lioardlnir circle t
community household. A. Thn bent Hdvnn,
taircaattlie lowest prices. 7. All the depart-
MESQUJLTE BLOUK PAVEMENT.
Contractor and Manufacturer.
The Dot Msltrisl now oWrni to th public for Struts aad Sidewalk Tailnf.
rKlCES-iitClsu ilcup.tfool. sd Class s cts. id Cltis toctl.
OTFICE AND FACTORY yo anl jo SOUTH LAREDO ST., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, y-ss-iy
Ilcrcnr.ncia K. tlrnns, I'rrsMent Ocrman-i:nllli Brhnolt V, W. Lana-r, Treasurer Ban
Antonio Uitwr Association: Frits lllpperf, Uiwiro It. Slumbcre, 11, D. Slumbers.
O. IP. PROMMER,
Practical Book Binder and Ruler,
Opposite Court House, Solcdad St., San Antonio.
No. 23 Solcdad Sm-vt, Uiimsiio Court II
rjan Antonio, loxas.
Krra nn hand a line stock of WatchcB,
Clocks and Jewelry, a wcll-'lccted stock or
Hprctachu; alvi. Ilraiillan I'cbblea Si t In Onld
and Ulhcr l'ruinu,. ltcpalrlnirof Flno Watches
a spitlalty. -7-m
Walohmakor and Jowoloi
No. 18 CovtMcact Stavct
mar tf San Antonio, Tixai.
and Dsalsr la
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street,
Silver and Plalod Ware
hes and jewolr;
9. Wo take p
III COMMP.1ICG ST, RAN ANTONIO.
WATCnKS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Repairing and Geanlng done carefully. All
Goods Warranted as Keprrsonted. Special at
tention rlyon to all order, by mall. A trta
il, durability and dUpstch.
1 1 c,
Ocnilst and Aurist,
I'ronrlttor Pan Antonio KTK and HAH n
flmiarr, formerly BiirrrMin In charao of Kansas
City Kyr, Bar and Throat Innrmsrr.
.Ml illaoascaof Ryoanil Tat treattxl In
most approved manner with tho latest appli
ance. CrooktI syrs stralxhtonnl, nrtlQclsl,
lnsrie'l lu mora naturally, etc., etc.
Olllcont U713 Comtnorco Street.
F. Itliortc & V. II. Hcnckc,
Manufacturcnof all kinds of IlAltltELS,
tVriUJSS CISTEHAS A SPECIAMT.
Prompt attention to orders. Address Box 90
Houston, To ras.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
Snn Antonio, Temi.
C. BREEDING & SON,
nr-Af-cnta tor PATKNT TIN ItOOKINn
LAT1M. luado tir ttio National Sheet Metal
Hooting Unmpany. fico samples at our onico.
i:i)VAHI) J. (iALLAGIIKIt,
Mason & Builder
031 KOUSTOX STRELT.
ltlmatofl for dams, bridges, boilers, cisterns.
Llika. rurnacKH. uvena. trratea and buttdlnira nr
sil kinds. Will guarantee aatlsfactlon. Job-
Traders' National Bank
804 Commerce Street,
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a general banking" business.
Spring Cart Co.,
Tho only thlncr on two wheels that rides a
easy as a mrnajr". uovia made or too nest
materinl and warmntrd. Weight
from 10 to IM pounds.
Ask your merchant to a-et rrleee for you.
. C Spring Cart Co.
Citv or BAN Antumii Tr.x..
fi'i'ien.ter 11, 1683.1
Sealed proposals "111 bo received at this ofllce
until Saturday, the 20lli Inst., at 12 m., for 80
cords of wood, to bo delivered In quantity as
noeded by the city. The rliiht 'a reserved to
reject any and all bids. All proposals to bo en
dorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addressed
to tho City Clerk.
J. II. FRENCH,
9-ll-eod lot MATOII.
CARTER & MULLALY,
42 AND 44 ALAMO TLAZA.
Funerala Furulsbod Willi fiver Aequlslte.
Special attention given to forwarding bodlca
lo all partsot the United States, PTTcIepbon,
connection. Calls attended day and nlahU
Wholesale Manufacturers of