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The San Anlonio Light.
ltAILUOAII TIME TAIILE.
International and Ort Northern
,) i. m.
(lAlveton, HarrUbarc and Ban Antonio.
4:45 p. m.
8:40 p. m.
Westward (To and
from Kl l'aso)....
CAN ANTONIO CHESS AND CHEUKRIt
O Club meet In ltoomNo.8,overGrooa'bank,
tuesdaye, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 rj m.
nltiatton fee. it, tfubacrlptloii, 60ccnts month.
y. Applications for membership to be ad
Ircsscd to tho Secretary.
11. ItYDEitTATLon, President.
Giiuld OatrriK, Secretary.
SHOUTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. 8J,
nicctsevcry Thursday at ;:a p. m. Castle
Ircman's Hall. Vlsltlnir brethren welcome.
TNIGI1TS Of TUB 0 OLD UN HDLfi, Castle
l. Altmo Lodge No.EM. meets In Odd Fellows'
Sail first and third Thursdays uf each month.
Visiting comrades welcome.
II. 11. lucos, Commander.
II. IClockekkeupek, Secretary,
atreath. Initiation fee 2 W, montblr sub
scription M cents. Meets llrst and third Wed
nesday In each month, at Soramcra St Peter
son's ball. H. 13. IIONI), President.
PAUL llUVlvlt. General Secretary.
O. W. Hern. W. Volldheciit.
IIUTII & VOIiLBItECHT,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Taints, Oils, Var
nishes, Brushes, etc. A specialty m&do of
David Landroth St Sons' Oartlon and Flower
Seeds. Also 0 utta Percha Heady Mixed Paints.
310 Crockett lllock, Alamo 1'lua,
i. ilsC. Niwtoh.
Hosack & Newton,
Auctioneers, Commission Morchants and Gen
' eral Collectors.
IV Havo largo storo rooms for Consign
mentaatJl Solodad street, opposite courthouse
Directory of the Churches
Servlocs aro held at the following namod
churches in tnuciiy every ounuay,
Protestant Episcopal St. Mark's Cathedral,
.a. ':i,l.nf Tnrli num. ltluhl Hot. IL W. 11,
i:iiintt. niNhnn of thodioccsoof Western Tozas:
Very Iter. Walter 11. ltlchardson, Dean. Mora-
o'clonk; Friday scrvlco at 6p. m.; Sunday school
St. John's Chapel, dlrlno service at 8 o'clock
Chapel Sunday school at 8 a. m.
Methodist Kplsoopal Church South Soledad
street, ltev, W. J. Young, pastor. Scrvlco at 11
a. m. and I p. m, Sunday school at 9 a.m.
Tenth Street Church, near Sunsot dcpot.Sun-
day scuooi at v a. m.
TMnlt. UfAthndlRt TlnLnnnnl Church, cor. Po
can street and avenuo 0. Services Sunday at 11
a.m. and TSJO p. m. ltev. W.B. Kalklnbury,
naatnr. Sabbath school at3 00 D. m.. Col. It. M.
Moore, superintendent. Prayer and pralso
mooting ouncsuav at v.w p. m.
flerman M. K. Church Ebon Ezer German M
B. church, Vllllta street, ltev. (1. DosaaiL pas
tor, ecrviccs on ounuay at w.uu a. in. sou o p,
m. Wednesday ovenlnr services a 7 o'clock.
Sunday sobool at 9 a. in.
F.rst Presbyterian Church, corner Houston
and North Florcs streets, ltev. J.W. Nell, pas
tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. ana o p.m. nun
day school at II a. in.
ltnr. J. P. Wlttlch will nreach In Gorman 1c
the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday
evcnlnr at 4 o'clock, ltcsldeuco No. 10J, North
l- lores street,
Itadlinn anuarfl Profibvtorlan Church. ltev.
W II. llucbanan, pastor. Services every Sab
bath at the chapel at 11 o clock a. in. and iM p.
in. rabta school at 4 p.m.
First Haptlst Church, southeast corner of Jor
Preuuhlnroverv Sabbath at 11 a. m. and?D. m
Sabbath school JU a. m., E. U. Everett, eupor-
ry's strceU t Elder b. Pennington, Pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8. p. m.
Lutheran St. John's Church, corner of Nueva
and Pecan streets, iter, A. Wlcdcr, pastor.
Servlocs at 10 a. m.
Itoman Catholic. Cathedral of San Fernando,
between Main and Military nlazas. Very ltev.J.
m'oss at i a. to. illl h 'moss at 10 a, m. Vespers
4 p. m.
St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col-
legos reels, very tiev. x. j. jouubuu, uasiur.
low mass 1 a. in. High mass 10a. m. vespers
St. Joseph's (German) Church, cast side Ala-
Very ltev. II. PcSerkorn. Low mass 7 a. in,
lllgh mass 10 a. m. Vespers 8.30 p. m.
St. Michel's IPollsh) Church, west sldo Victo
ria street, between Mnonnd and Third streets.
Very I lev. Stanislaus Wolclechewoikl. High
massiua. m. vespers p. m.
Ursullne Convent Church. Ann usta St. Iter.
E M. llufford, rector. Low mass (J.aJ a. ra. Sun-
oayscaooiua. m. vesperstp. in
Free Mission Baptist, Lararra street, Fourth
Ward, ltev. J, w. Wllllaaii, pastor, services
every Sunday at 3 and 6 p. m. Prayer meetlog
every Tuesday, and preaching at 8 p. m. ou
New Light Free Mission Baptist, Lnvacca
street. Fourth ward, ltev, J, Holmes, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer
mealing ovcry Friday, preaching at 8 p. m. on
Wednesday and Saturday.
St. Paul Methodist, east Alameda street. Iter
J. It. Caru os, pastor. Services every Sunday,
anu weancsuay auu f nuay niguts.
African Methodist Church, opposite Santa
Ttosa Hospital, Second Ward. ltev. J. U. Emory
Macedonia Baptist Church, Pecan street. Iter
L. O. Jordan, pastor. Services every Sunday
at g and B o'clock P. m. Sabbath school at 0 a.
m. Services Thursday night and prayer meet-
IOIT llitSUHJ UI8UW
Moonlight at the Springs
There Is not a finer place In the country for
plcasuro and enJo ment than the San Pedro
summer flowers, and the sweet muslo aa ren.
derod by the Spring band make it the realiza
tion oi an eariuiy paraaise. o-irf-u,
Want of Faith.
If CSohasae. L.Orrnskl. or A. Drciis. druc-
irlsu,donotsuoooedltlsnot for the want of
raitn. 'iney nave sucn laitn m Dr. uosanko'
HE WOULDN'T HAVE IT.
bsrties; Taken by Detrolters with DIs-
A squa'iT little man, very corpulent, rcijr
itifTneckcd, and very much outof torn, halted
policeman at the earner of JcfTcrion avenue
nd Wsjne street recently and laid:
lis, slrl but what kind of a city Is thu,
tit? Hal (blowing his nese) It strikes me
that you're a queer set."
'Anythlnc wronl '
'Hal sir! ves (blow) slrl I came from
with the excursion. 1 had scarcely put foot
on the street when a boy called me a caravan,
tltl Hal (blew) a-csravnl"
"He shouldn't have done it."
"And a stranger slipped me on the back
nd veiled "Hello pardl" Inrar eat Yes. sir
(blow), he did, sir in my ear, till"
I nat was wronj.
"And a bootblack, sir (blow), hJ the Im
pudence to call my feet frelghtcars, and to aik
me what line I run on! Yes (blow), sir what
line I run on. Hat sit!"
"He detetved arreit."
"Hal he (blow) did, sir. I want the peo
ile of Detroit to understand that I'm worth
ili.coo, sir, mostly In caih mostly In cash,
'And I've been a lusllce of the peace for 32
years, sir! Hi! (blow) sir."
is tt psisiDiei -
Yei. sir. (A lonr blow.) And when one
of your villains calls out to shoot this hat, sir,
1 want mm to understand that I'm also t oil-
Yes. sir: and when any one sneers at my
clothes sir, let him remember that I've run for
the legislature the legislature, sir,! I won't
have this undue lamilistity, slti Why, no
man In my town would dare to call me paid'
let alone slapping me on the bockl Why, sir
(blow), why but I want this stopped!"
"ves, sin r
"I won't autup wilh it!"
"I am entitled to resnect. sir! Yes (blow.)
I hs! ha! lam, sir!"
He walked un TefTerson avenue, hut had not
Cone a block when a truckman, who was tos
sing watermelons to a man on the walk, made
a miir, but hit the $14, coo man in the back
with a 20 pounder, and cited out:
"Look, out Shorty, or you'll be counted in
and sold for a iiuittci!" Detroit Free Presr.
An American in England.
The following communication, which re
cently appeared in Vanily Fair, has produced
a great sensation :
To tho Editor of "Vanity Fair,"
SIR I cordially agree with your recent ap
preciation of a fashionable party wheie "there
were no Americans," for in truth London is
becoming utterly demoralized and deteriorated
by the autumnal plague of wandering
Yankees, The nasal twang is heard Jn all
streets, and the keen, vulpine face stares from
every hotel window, iteauy an extradition
treaty ought to be put in force and these very
objectionable visitors should be shipped back
to their own land like the Irish paupers,
even though we paid the return
passage money. For, speaking calmly and
dispassionately, everyone must acknowledge
that the Americans as a race are simply un
endurable. Forward, obtrusive, Inquisitive,
and impertinently familiar, without the slight
est Idea of the reticence and savolr lalre that
mark the gentleman, yet wilh all his assump
tion of a brutal republican candor, the Ameri
can has the soul of a flunky and grovels be
fore a iora. for tne American mind is totally
deficient in dignity, reverence, and grace, and
the manners ot such people must be and must
remain irredeemably vulgar.
Active measures, therefore, should be taken
in time to repel this inroad of mieratorv drv
goods men and Wall street speculators, or
ihey will soon exercise a degrading and per
nicious influence on the tone of English social
life. An ant! American league should be
formed,- our houses should be doted against
the pilgrim fathers and the pilgr'm mothers,
and any one found answering their questions
should be marked at once and doomed to
They came amonn us as an army of spies.
without any idea ot wit or cleverness beyond
an attempt to sneer down every one and
cverythint! that stands above their common
place level. And they permeate our homes
ana take notes 01 our doings ana saying in
order to repay our hospitality by personalities
Culture has never gained anythinc from
America. Their third rate literature is made
up of piracy and bosh; their press lives upon
tne rags and gamage 01 society, ana their
playful mirth is nothing but the hideous cro-
tesque of buffoons. America, in fact, is of no
use 10 civilization, ana it was a great mistake
of Europe to discover it. The ted ladlin is
a far nobler specimen of humanity than the
lean, loquacious Yankee; and a herd of buffs,
loes is incomparably ot greater value than a
horde of American special correspondents let
loose upon the world, like so many rattle
snakes, alljlngte and poison.
It is very sad to think how rapidly this
dreadful irrepressible American race is increas-'
tng. LarlTie in his day pronounced tnem
"30,000,000 ol the greatest bores creation
ever produced," and now 50,000,000 of the
vulrarest, shallowest, molt unintereitlDi: peo-
tile under the sun are ready and eager to
swoop down on us and annihilate our ancient
and courtly civilization.
Let us, then, be wise in time, and repel
America from our shores wilh all her sprawl
ing magazines, her shoddy literature, and her
shady aristocracy. I do not mean to be hard
upon them, but Ihe Influence of Americaus
is decidedly Injurious to good taste, good feel
ing, and gentlemanlike manners.
Don't be a Czarina. .
From Tock'a Sun.
Think of a Czarina waking up In the morn
ing and feeling of herself to see If she was all
there, and after finding that no limbs have
been blown off during the night, see her raise
np her head In a frightened manner and look
at her clothes on the floor and wonder If the
Nihilist he-chambermaid has net came to her
room la the still watches of the night and
filled the billowy waste of garments that she
kicked off the night before, with self acting,
breech loading, filed ammunition. She has
got to put those clothes on, and she feels that
It is dollars to buttons that when she picks up
an under garment from the floor hj the table
leg, that she will De blown through the roof.
In imagination the reader can see the Czarina
crawl cautiously out of bed. step carefullr
along the carpet, with her eyes starting from
their sockets, and take a pair of tongs and
Dick ud a nalr of lanocent drawers by the
point lace trimming and shake them, as she
closes her eyes and turns her head away In the
hope If they explode she can save her face at
least from being dis6gured, and be recognized
by the mourners. Findinc this bifurcated
apparel to be free from the deadly bomb, she
drops it and with strange forebodings takes
noia 01 tne short sleeved garment on tne
rocklitr chair, with the tones, and with her
heart In her mouth she whacks It against the
footboard of her bed. demonitratine: that that.
too, Is net loaded. The work has only just
begun, and thoogh relieved she feell that In
such a moment as she thinks not, something
Is going to burst, and she approaches the
cerset with fesr and trembling. There are
such facilities in the mechanism of a corset
for the concealment of nihilistic documents
that her whole soul is wroacht up, and sht
hesitates to touch the thing with the tongi,
and ball decides to leave Ihe corset on, out
when she reflects that to dress without her
corset would make her three cornered, she
concludes li go the whole corsetor none, and
resches for it wilk the tongs. One of the
hooks on Ihe corset catches on the soap dish,
and causes a rattling which the Czsrina
takes for the prelude to an explosion,
and she drops the tungs and crawls under the
bed and says her now-I-lay-me, but on find
ing that it is a false alarm she crawls out and
tackles the corset sgain, and by banglag it
against the headboard of the bed finds that it
has not been tampered with. Then she fishes
her false teelh out ol a tumbler wilh a button
hook and examines them, takes her hair up
with a hair pin and looks it over, takes the
tall stockings by their suipenders, and flops
them against the waih bowl to see it there is
any Christmss preient of dynamite in them,
kicks her shees across the room and awaits
Ihe expected eiplotlon. On finding all of her
clothes free from Nihilistic documents, Includ
ing the pockets ol ber dress, which a Nihilist
couldn't find to save him, she puts on her
clothes with a feeling of conteolment that is
only broken when the goes down to breakfast,
expectiag that the mutk melon contains a
glsnt powder cartiidge, Ihe coflee has strych
nine in it, and the rolls are loaded for bear.
It muit be a feaiful life of anxiety to be a
Czarina, and we hope no American queen will
ever sigh for a poiilion which will make her
turn gray In a single night.
The Informer's Widow.
Prom tho St. Louis Chronicle.
The position ol the widow of James Carey,
who will soon arrive in England, is most un
enviable. It will require the utmost vigilance
of the British Government to prevent her be
ing removed or spirited away. Deferent to
the sex as polished Irishmen may be, Ihe
lerocity that is developed in Celtic races on
policical matters, especially in those where
anything connected with "approvers" is con
cerned, stops ihort of nothing. Mrs. Carey
was the confidante of her husband in every
move of his career. From motives to increase
his chance of safety during his lifetime she
kept secrets most damning, not only to the
Invincibles, but also to seveial other secret
societies. She considers thst his removal
unseals her lips, and will give the secrets to
Ihe world at the forthcoming trial of Avenger
O'Donnell. It was through Mrs. Carey thst the
mysteries ol the murder in Phoenix park were
revealed. She found that the detectives were
at last en a trail that fairly reeked, and saw
that the gallows trap was already yawning for
her husband. She made no delay, but visited
ihe Castle the, evening of her conviction that
discovery was certain, and made terms that
would ensure her from being a "hempen
widow." Her husband had then no option.
His neck would be saved by his turning in
former; while, really, his confederates were
certain of Marwooa's attentions whether he
opened his lips or not. He knew that the
Irish people would associate him for all time
with his wife's act, which was bound, sooner
or later, to be exposed, and on that considera
tion only he decided to go the whole hog, and
so forfeited the sentence of " Sus per Coll,"
which wiuld as surely otherwise have been
written by the Judge against his name on Ihe
docket, as it was against his co-conipiralors.
The Paris Journals,
All the rails journals publish more or leu
falls divers, but some half-dozen of them keep
one or two "reporters al' Amcricsine," with a
staff of subalterns under them. The "report
er al'Americaine" has a specialty of inter
viewing the celebrity of the hour, of wrestling
secrets Irom diplomatists and statesman, aod
of bnbing the valets of kings en voyage to tell
him what the monarchs eat for breakfast.
The "reporter a l'Amerlcaine" doubtless ar
rives at a certain number of interesting facts,
but his prose is utterly untrustworthy and too
full of his own personality to be practical.
The whole system ofreaorting and news gath
ering is trirai. There is not a single Parimn
journal that cives an adequate and thoioughly
unbiased report of a political meeting. As for
rapidity in publishing news, it Is out of the
question. A catastrophe happens at Lynns,
say on Monday morning, the llavas lele
rraphlc sgency receives a dispatch of ten lines,
Figaro sends down its "reporter a I'Ameri
calne," and in the Figaro of Tuesday we reads
lerriDie catastrophe at Lyons. By tele
raph. I arrived here to find the whole cilv
in desolation. The lateit reports mention 20
killed and 300 wounded. Full details to-morrow.
Piefre Glffard." Cornhill Marazlne.
Hands of Life.
Tlmo nor tide waits for no man. but the sands
of llfo continue to flow on and on, year urter
year, never stopping, nover hesitating In its
worK or waste, unless occasioned uy a imiiiieu,
orKomoitung Aucction wucro ur. iiu
'a Coutrh and Lunir SrruD arrests It and
makes tho snan of life ita allotted thrco score
and ten. (10 to 0. Schasse, A. Drclss, orL.
Orynskl, druggists, and ask them for a frco
trial Dottie ot mis medicine, mcy nave tnem
rhaneo In tho weather, which la liable tu accui
at any tlmo. You may have some rarmcuts
that could bo made serviceable for some tlmo
yctbrallttloreuovatluir. Oet them scoured,
cleaned, dyed and thoy will look nj well o now.
uaen-- trencn dyeing ana scouring csuidusu.
Taken up, and In the city pound, corner of
East and West Houston street, on the 18th day
of September 188J i One sorrel horse branded
CC; one bay horse and one black horse branded
1:; ono brlndle beer steer branded J AL, con.
nected, and Spanish brand, marked swallow,
fork In tho loft ear and two undar-blta In tho
right, which will, if not redeemed before sale,
bo sold at publlo auction to tho highest bidder,
for cash at said pound, at tbo hour of 1 1 o'clock
a. m., n the 28tu day of Soptcmbcr, 1883.
N. II. Illds less than tho amount tlxed by
ordneuce will not bo received for any animal
put up at auction. 1'lllL Siiaiiuein, Marshal.
Large Sale of Army Kqulpace.
II KAPQUARTEnS DlPAHTSIENT OT TEXAS, I
Omen nr Ciiisr (Juakteiiuasteii,
Sun Antonio, Texas, September 10, 1833. )
SnALCI) ritOPOSALS, In triplicate, will bo
received at thisofllce until la o'clock, noon,
on the !nd day of October, 1833, at which tlmo
and place thoy will be opened In thoprrseuco
of bidders, for purchase, from tho United
States Army Quartermaster's Depar'tnent, at
tho San Antonio Depot, Texas, of a largo
quantity of Army Hqulpairo, oonslnting of
Mess Pans, Axe Slings, UumiIlatcbots,Haichot
Handles and Slings, Spades and Spauu Slings,
Pickaxes, Pickaxe Handles artdSUugs, Uruiiia,
Drum Slings, Sticks, Carilagcs und Cases, and
A full cataloguo of tho articles, together
with blank proposals and printed circulars,
giving instructions as to maimer ot bidding
and conditions to bo observed by bidders, can
bo had on application to this olllue, or at tho
olOoes or fe Chief Quartermaster Military
Division of the Missouri, at Chicago, Illinois,
o tho Depot Quartormastcra at St. Louis, Mo.,
JetTersonvllle, lnd , and New Orleans, La
The stores may be Been on application ot
Proposals for the whole or any part of tbeso
supplies will be considered.
1 ho government rtaerves the right to reject
Knrelopea containing proposals should bo
j.n.11 1. Hie.
Major and Oalef Quartorniaster.
IP YOU WASH A
For .1 Little Money,
THE BOSS TAILOR,
Will msko it for roil. Ile Is now offering- all
the latest Htym In Knsiisu, r renen
ucrman uooua at
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
On former pricen. Only flrtt-cliui tailor rm
IMojrud and nno trimmings unth. BulU mado
up In any known Hyle nt ihort notice, kind A
tit Kim rant If you want n nlcu nult at a
nominal coat don't fall tolntrrvlow Mr. Lorra,
on Commcrco street, nour brldg-o Ho rnn iiiit
you In quality and rr.ee. "!: in
Solicits optn 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.
Ife 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,
Wholesale und lletall Dealer In
FISE H'INKS, LUiUORS,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
'Ml E XI C O
Persons dcslrlnjr Information about Mexico
had hotter purchaso "The Ilcpuullo ot Mexico
In 1SS2," with rovlsod and corrected mop, by
Lorenzo Castro. Depot at Nlo Tcngg's, Com.
mcrco str ct, San Antonio, l'rlco per copy,
with map, t3 00. 7-25-tf
J?RGHIIHEGntg, Tlo.12 Ytuuri St.
com Torts as cam bo found In the Hfatn. Tho
coolest of rooms, best or beds, no moKqultoca
or tiles, and a table supplied with nil that homo
San Antonio, Texas.
NEW OYSTER SALOON.
The undersigned begs to Inform tho publlo
that ho has opened an oyster saloon at No. St
West Commcrco street, opposite ltcod's furni
ture store, whero Morgan City and Galveston
oysters can bo had In all styles at modcrato
prices. Oyster! 25 cents per dozen.
-8-lm ANTONIO riFFmtl.
T. S. IlAmusoK. Tou Uaiuusok
HARRISON' & HARRISON',
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
21 Solctlntl Street,
San Antonio. Twenty.flve years experience in
Me.ias. rraciico la ail di
SEND YOUll DAUOIITIIUS TU
10 Tt the rot.Lowi.ta reasons :
and central location. 3. A Texas school, ex
clusively female. 4. Commodious and com
fortablo buildings. 6. Tho hoarding circle a
anmmunltv hoiiMehnld. n. Th. hr..f ilvnn.
tagos at tbo lowest prices. 7. All the depart
MESQU1TE BLOCK PAVEMENT.
Th n.it Miuriat not
OrFICB AND FACTORY 300 and joj SOUTH
O. IF1. PROMMER,
Practical Book Binder and Ruler,
Opposite Court Home,
San Antonio, Texas.
Clocks and Jewelry, well-oolectrd stock of
and Silver Vrnraoi. ltcpolrlnic of Flno Watches
a specialty. o-,-m
Walclimaker and. jeweler
No. 18 Coumiici Stkiet,
mar tf San Antonio. Texas.
sal Basis? In
tfrC4tt sad ussila ny stock sad priest Wort
"X " sutusr,
All (9cdi will bs D.dttodtr wrlttsa gusts atet
BELL & BRO'S
No. 11 Commerce Street,
Sliver and Flntod Waro
Sll COMMERCK ST., BAN ANTONIO.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Itepolrlng and Cleaning don. carefully.
Qoodi Warranted as Represented. Special
tendon given to all orders by mall. A trial
olT.ttd to lh public for Stretts and Sidewalk Pavlaf ,
1 tt tti pr foot, idaui i cts. jd Class o ctl.
LAREDO ST., SAM ANTONIO, TEXAS. j-.-iy
Soledad St., San Antonio.
. S. BURNliAM, M, D. C.
Ocuiist .and Aurist,
Proprietor 8an Antonio KTK and BAR n
Urinary, formerly siintcon In charye of Kansas
City Eye, Ear and Throat Infirmary.
AU diseases of Eye and Tar treated tu
lost approved manner with the latest appll-
Inserted to movo naturally, .to, .to.
Olllcont 15713 Commcrco Street.
F. Khode & C. II. Hcacke,
ouslon Barrel Factory.
Manufacturers of all kinds of nAHRRIA,
cvrnuss cisterns a specialtt.
Trompt attention to orders. Address Dox 0
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
Sun Antonio, Texas.
C. BREEDING & SON,
tW Agents for PATENT TIN ItOOPINO
FLATUS, raado by tbo National Sheet Metal
Hoofing Company. Beo samples at our oQco.
EDWARD J. GALLAGHER,
Mason & Builder
G31 HOUSTON' STREET.
taUm&tM for dams. brldrM. bollrm. cittern.
Uuka, furnaces, ovena, gratci and bulldinri of
all kind. Will KURrantco aatts faction. Job-
mnrinniT atutpotM in. M-iit-ir
Traders' National Bank
.04 Comm. 1x0 fitrct.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a general banking business.
C Spring Cart Co.,
The only thing on two wheels that rides a
easy aa a carnage, uoons maao or tne best
material and warranted. Weight
from W to ISO pounds.
Ask your merchant to get prices for you.
C Spring Cart Co.
City ot San Antonio Til.
rleplember 11, 1889. !
Sealed proposals will bo received at this office
until Saturday, the nth Inst., at 12 ra., for 80
cords of wood, to bo delivered In quantity as
needed by the city. The right Is reserved to
rcjoct any and all bids. All proposals to be en
dorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addrsased
to the City Clerk.
J. H. FRENCH,
Wl-eod lOt MA YOU.
42 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA.
Fnnerals Furnished With Every Iteqnlilt.
Special attention given to forwarding bodies
Mutation. Calls attendtd day and nlgat.
TTholcstle Manufacturers of