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The San Antonio Light.
ItAlXltOAI) TIME TAItLK.
International anil Great Northern
7U.1 a. m.
Haul p, m.
am p. in.
3:r p. m.
I:ir. a. m.
Qalvrston, llarrlsburg and San Antonio.
7:15 a. m.
4:U p. m.
Westward To anil
from El Paso)....
CAN ANIONIC) CIIIM3 AND CHEUKKll
p Club meets In lloom No. 0, over Groos' bunk.
Tuesday!, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 p. in.
nttiatlon f co, t-. subscription. 60 cents mouth
t. Applications for membership to bo ad
Ircsscd to tho Secretary.
II. lUUKK-TAYLori, rrcsldcnl.
Gkralu drum.-;, Secretary.
la Firoinan's Hall. Visiting brethren welcome
10 1 ITS OF TUB nOLDBN HUI.K, Castlo
Alamo Ixxlgo No.2.1, meets In Odd Fellows'
IV Alamo 1
call Urst ami third Thursdays of each month.
Visiting- comrades welcome.
I',. II. iiacon. Cotnmnnder.
II. KtiUCXEXKEurLK, Secretary.
IM5.XAU IIRNI'.VOMJNT ASSOCIATION
It. V:. HON I). President.
I'AIII. IIOYIUI. Uencral Secretary.
HUTU & VOLLBKEGIIT,
Wooden and Willow Ware, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Ilrushcs, etc. A specialty mdilo of
David Landrcth Si Bona' (lardcn and Flower
Seeds. Also 0 utla Porcha Itctidy Jl Ixcd Paints.
iilU Crockett Illock, Alamo l'lna,
SAN- ANTONIO, .... TEXAS.
llosack & Newton,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Auctioneers, Commission MerchnnU nnd (Irn
tT Havo larvo etoro rooms for CousIud
monis at 21 Hole dad street, opposite court houno.
Directory of the Churches
Services aro held at the following named
churches In thiscltr every Sunday.
l'rotcstant Uplscopnl St. Mark's Cathedral,
east side of Travis square, lllglit llcv. It. W. II.
l:illott, Ulshnp of thudloccseof Western Tolas;
Very ilev. Walter It. Hlchardson, Dean. Morn
Init services at 1 1 o'clock ; v culm scr Ico at 8
o'clock: Friday service at Hp. m.; Sunday school
at "30 a. m.
SU John's Chapel, dlvlno service at S o'clook
C. in. and Sunday school at 4 p. m. St. Luko'e
Impel Sunday school at 0 a. in.
Methodist Kplsoopal Church South Solcdad
streot, llcv. w. J. Young, pastor. Service ut 11
a. m. and 8 p. in, Sunday school at u a. m.
Tenth Street Church, near Sunsotdcpot, Sun
day school at u a. m.
Trinity Methodist Kplscopal Church, cor. I'd-
Sastor. Sabbath school utS'OO p. m., Cot. H. M.
loore, superintendent, Prayer and pralso
tnect'ug WuducsduT at 7:01) p. m.
. Oerman M. 1'.. Church Eben Kzor Gorman M
E. church, Vllllta street ltev. (1, Dosnail. pas
tor. Services on Sunday at 10.0U a. in. nnd 8 p.
m. Wedncsduy evening services a 7 o'clock.
Sunday school at 0 a. in.
F.rst Tresbyterlan Church, corner Houston
and North Florcs streets. Itov. J. W. Nell, pus
tor. Sunday services at It a.m. aud 8 p.m. Sun
day school ut 11 a. in.
Itov. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In Gorman in
the First Presbyterian Cnurch every Sunday
Madison square Trcsbytorlan Church, llov.
W II. lluchunau, pastor. Services every sab
bath at the cnapol ut 11 o'clock a. in. aud 7 -A) p.
m. tabuatn school ut 4 p. m.
First llaptlst Church, southeast corner of Jef
ferson and Travis et routs. Itov. W. 11. Dodaon
II, D. pastor, ltcsldcnco No. 10 Jefferson street.
Treadling every Sabbath at 11 a. ui. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school DM a. in., E. C. Everett, supcr
lendeut. Christian Church, corner Houston nnd St. Ma
ry's streets I Elder D. Pennington, l'astor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8. p.m.
Lutheran St. John's Church, cornerof Nuova
and Pecan streets Iter. A, Wieder, pustor,
Ben Iocs at 10 a.m.
Uoman Catholic, Cathedral of Sun Fernando,
between Mala and Military plazas. Very UorJ.
CNaroz. lilsbop. ltev. L. tlenolln. priest. Low
mass at 7 a. m. High mass at 10 a. m. Vcsicrs
St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col
logo s reels. Very Itov. T. J. Jobntion, pastor.
lir mats 7 o. lu. High inau 10a. m. Vespers
& p. m.
St. Joseph's (German) Church, east stdo Ala
meda street, between Alamo und liouhtun sts.
Very It. v. II. Tetterkoru. Low mass 7 a.m.
High mass 10 a. m. Vespers 8.U0 p. m.
St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west sldo Victo
ria street, botweon Second and Third streets.
Very iter. Stanislaus Vt'olclecbewoskl. High
maas 10 a. m. Vespers 4 p. in.
Ursuline Convent Church, Augusta St. Itev.
E. M. liutTord, rector. Low mass t):ia)a. in. Sun
day schoolv a. in. Vespers 4 p.m.
Free Mission Baptist, Lavarra street. Fourth
Ward. ltev. J. w. Williams, pastor, services
every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Tuesday aud preaching at 8 p. ra. on
New Light Freo Mission Baptist, Laraccii
street. Fourth wurd, ltev. J. Holmes, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. in. l'rayer
meeting overy Friday, preaching at 8 p. in. on
Wednesday aud Saturday.
St. Paul Methodist, cast Alameda street. Itov
J. It. Carnes, pastor. Services every Sunday,
and Wcdnesduy and Friday nights.
African Methodist Church, opposite Santa
Itosa Hospital, Second Ward. ltev. J. (J. Emory
Macedonia Baptist Church, Pecan street, Itev
L.U. Jordan, pastor. Services every Sunday
at 3 and I o'clock p. ra. Sabbath school at 0 a.
m. Services Thursday night and prayer moot
ing Tuesday night.
Moonlight at tho Springs.
There Is not a finer placo In the country for
Sleasuro and enloj mcut than the San Pedro
prlngs park. The boautlful moonlight nights
added to tho fresh perfumes of spring and
summer llowors, and tho sweet muslo as ron.
dered by the Spring band make It the realiza
tion of an earthly paradise. 5-lU-tf .
The Canse of Failure
Want of confidence accounts for half of the
business fallurca of tn-dnv. ft. KchauMi A.
Urdus nnd L. Orynskl, druggists, aro not liable
to fall for tho want of confidence In Dr. Bo&an
ko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, for they give
away a bottlo fceo to all whoaresurforlng with
Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Consumption .and all
affections of too Throat and Lungs.
Italtread Ilulldlng la M.jlco Lafuund.d
statements Itegardlngs Outrngts, l.tc.
Eaoli Pass, September 14, 18SJ . Major
R. D. Gorsuch, Chief Engineer of the Iluat
ington railroad In Mexico, and Msjor W. N.
Monroe, who has (he contrtct for building the
road to the City of Mexico, have arrived.
Two car loads of wool were shipped to San
Antonio to-day. Train loads of coattruction
miterlalfor therailroad InMeilcoarereceived
dally and rapidly forwarded to the front.
ITie sensational repotts of Mexican outrages
on American citizens in Mexico, which are
published in the Express as telephonic corre
spondence from this place, would be ridiculous
were they not calculated to distnrli the very
pleasant relations existing between the citizens
of both Republics on this frontier.
Msjor Monroe and his numerous sub
contractors employ a large number of Mexican
laborer!, who receive gocd pay and kind treat
ment. There has been no trouble between
the Mexican work men and their American
employers on this road. Hut there Is, unfor
tunately for the Rood name of our cltlxent, a
small number of Americans in Mexico, mostly
refugees' from justice, who, after filling them
selves up with mescal, conduct themselves in
a disgraceful manner, and are promptly run
Into the calabooie. An occurrence of this
nature Is heralded by the Ksprcss correspond
ent as an outrage on Americans. This new
Express correspondent Is an object of derision
to our citizens, and his mischievous letter to
the Exoress is the only outrage on Americans
we are aware of on this frontier. " M."
The Cholera Death Roll.
The American Consul General at Cairo
famishes a statement Irom the Sanitary Coun
cil of the Otlonnn empire of the deaths from
cholera In Kgjpt from August so to August
26, inclmlvr. The total number of deaths In
that period from cholera was' 1615, of which
number there were 206 in Alexandria, nine in
Cairn, 44 in Damanniir anil 1356 in all other
localities not snecihYJ. The deaths from the
disease In the 64 days from lis appearance to
August lb were 26 579. There was one
death from the death in the English army at
Suez on August 21, and four at Alexandria on
A Remarkable Valedictory. 1
This remarkable valedictory comes from (he 1
pen of an Arkansas editor: "We do not leave
this community with any regret. We are glad
to go. We have not received due patronage
from this tou n, consequently we are pleased
to throw up the journalistic sponge. It is Ihe I
custom of editors to say that they part with 1
their contemporaries with regret. We do not. j
We are devilish clad to quit. We have been 1
branded as a thief, and it has been proved
that we are a thief, consequently we have no I
regrets at parting. Those who owe us are ex
pected to settle at their earliest convenience. I
Those whom we owe must wait." 1
The High Position He Occupied,
An English gentleman and his wife, who
have been traveling in Sicily, fell Into conver
sation one day with the driver of the vehicle In
uhlch they were riding. " I was not always
as you see me," said the coachman sadly.
"I once occupied a much higher position."
The travelers pricked up their ears for a ro
mantic story of nobility in distress. "Yes,"
added the driver, "I was once a brigand, and
all the men of my family occupied Ihe same
honorable position, but I became engaged to
a girl whom I loved to distraction, and my
fiancee, disliking the profession on account of
Its risks, persusded me to throw it up, so now
I am only a carriage driver."
Cowhiding a Dude.
. A di patch from Savannah, Ca., September
19, says: "A cowhiding affair, in which a
belwitching brunette moving in fashionable
society played a leading role, caused a decided
sensation in this city to-night. The lady In
question had been annoyed by several notes
from a man supposed to be a commercial
traveler for a New York house, and upon the
advice of a gentleman friend, granted her un
known correspondent the privilege of making
a call at her home. Not anticipating a trap,
the straoger presented himself at night and
had hardly entered the parlor when he asked
the lady's company for a stroll. Accepting
the invitation she left the house, but had not
not proceeded further than half a block when
the gentleman who had concocted the plot
passed her and slipped a heavy cowhide into
her hand. Without a wurd of warning she
suddenly commenced lathing her insultcr
across the face with the whip, and before he
could realize the situation he was streaming
with blood and had both of his eyes nearly
closed. Ills attempted apology only drew
forth more blows, and he finally took to his
heels. The lady then returned home before
her family were aware of what had been going
on. Had the chastised dude fallen into the
hands of the lady's brother he would, in all
probability, have received a dose of cold lead.
Efforts are being made to ferret out the Iden
tity of the man, and II successful further sen
sational developments may ensue."
New York, September 25. Twenty-seven
trunks and packages of goods, valdcd at about
$60,000, were taken from the ship Alaska to
the custom house seizure room on yesterday.
The property belonged to at least four passen
gers, who came from Liverpool on the Alaska.
The names of two were given as Miss II. I".
Dunbar and Mrs. Hannah Allen, each of
whom are supposed to be dress makers, hav
ing places of business in St. Louis and Phila
delphia. The capture was one of the largest
In many months. Captain Ilrackett, chlcl of
the Custom house seciet service, has not fin
ished his investigation of the case. lie says:
"During the past month a great many thou
sand dollars worth of goods' have been
smuccled here by women. I am now takine
the affidavits of peisons Interested, showing
that dress makers from Baltimore, Philadel
phia, Boston, New York and other cities have
been defrauding Ihe revenue systematically
for some time. I propose to break un this
system, and I shall put the two women under
Barr Has ltemoved,
Andnnwhas tho best photographic rooms In
luocuy, nn 1110 corner, opposite lu imuisou.
V 8. Austin
Bus mnovod his barber shop to Sffl Commcrco
street, opposlto Lnckwood & Kampmann's
bank, wheio ho will bopleasod to meet all his
The St, Leonard Hotel,
Mo advise our friends when they goto San
Antonio to stop at the new "tit. Leonard
Hotel." on the south side of Main plaza, whoro
they will llnd baoditoiuely furnlsbod rooms, an
excellent table, and every home comfort, all
for thn reasonable sum of $2 und 13 W per day,
according-to the rooma occupied. No whero
In tho South can the same accommodations bo
found for the money titock men will plcaso
in alto a note of this. a.lt-3m
If Ton are Suffering
t From torpidity of tho liver nr constipation nf
the bowels, try a bottle of Hepatlslnr, Dr.
' Tobln's great fiver medicine. Every bottlo
' Is guaranteed to ynu, and your money rof unded
If tou aro not satisfied.
1 For salo at Clavln's drug store, and by O.
How tn savo money (and drum) by taking
Turko-ItUMlan baths or Steam llatli for your
colds, rheumatism, dumb ague and all skin dis
eases, can bo found at A. Ziman's,
Onrnor Commerce and Amnio streets.
Also, Hot and Cold Water Paths at stt rents
Take Notice I Take Notice 1 1
Prof. Orslno has purchased tho beer saloon
An Open Letter.
San Ahtonio. January
Dra.J.J.A W. H.Toblni
Oehtliuexi Your ItcpatUino has been
used In my family lor 01 er a vear, and 1
can unhcsltntlnyly say It Is tho best remedy I
havoever used for any llor trouble or consti
pation of the bowels. 1 would not bo without
It. Itepectrully, A. W. IIouktox,
Tor salo at U. St basso's and Clatlr.'s drug
Saudtnf LI to.
Time unr tide walls for nn mini, but lite sands
of Ufa continue to How an and on, jewr utltr
year, never stopping, never honltailng In lid
work of waste, unless occasioned by n Cough,
Cold or some Lung AtTcctlou where Dr. Itoa
anlio's Cough and Lung Srup arrests It nnd
makes the spun of llle Us allotted tbroo aourc
and ten. (Jo lu C. Sihusse. A. Drelsa. or I
Orynskl, druggt.ts, and usk them for a freo
Is It Not
About lltno to think of getting your fall and
winter clothing In readiness ror n sudden
change In tho weather, which Isllublo tn occur
atnnytitno. You lony hao some garments
that could bouiado serviceable for sotuo tlmo
yet by a little renovating, (let them scoured,
cleaned, dyed and they will look as well as new.
Caen' Fn-nch dicing nnd scouring establish
ment, on Casino street. Is the ooly place ilut
can bo rilled upon to do Ibis work fn n very
sujierlor manner. M7-3m
t round Nlitiro.
of September ls.'l : Ono sorrel borso branded
CC; ono bay horsu und 0110 black horse branded
l3;anobrlnd!o beef steer branded JAU con
nected, and Spanish brand, marked swullow
Inrk In tho left cur nnd two undcr-blta lu the
tight, which will. If nut redeemed before sale.
Ut sold ut public unction tothe lillieft bidder,
for cash at said pound, at the hour of It o'clock
u. ni., en thuth day of September, Ida.
N. II. Bids less than the amount fixed by
oiduaiico will nut bo received for anynniuiul
put up at miction. Pun. SUAr.nciN, Marshal.
Piles are frequently preceded by a seuso of
weight In tho back, lulus and lower part of the
abdomon, causing the patient to suppoeo ho
has soma aff octlon of tho kidneys or neighbor
lag organs. Attlmcs.symptomsof indigestion
aro present, as tlatuloncy, uncaslnera of the
stomach, etc. A molsturu Uko perspiration,
producing averydlsAgre.il 1 o Itching, partic
ularly at night after getting warm In bed, Is a
very common attendant. Blind Bleeding and
I tcblng Piles yield at once to tho application of
Dr. Dosunko's Pll-i ltomody, which actsdlreutly
upon tho parts utTcctod, absorbing tho Tumors
allaying the Intenso itching, and effecting a
iiermauent euro when) all other remedies have
failed. Price 60 cents. Hold by C Scha.iao, A.
Dreissand U. Orvnskl,
To amend section I, chapter 41, revised ordl-
ot San Antonio that section 4,nf chuptcr 4.1. re
used ordinances, bo so amended as toheiu
after read as follows, to-wtt 1
pection 4. '1 hat no person suau place, or causo
drulnutroof lhosiime. executed) under alien'
ally of A for each day that such obstruction
may remain, after notltloullon by tho Street
Commissioner, or any police officer, (o rcinoio
Attest : E. P. Ci-AtiDo.v, City Clerk. HH0t
Largo Sale nf Army Kfltllpngo.
Heapquahtekx DEi-AnTsiENT or Texas, )
UPt'ICB Ol- HUES' UArtTEIIMANTEIt,
San Antonio, Texas, September 10, 1&83. )
SEALED PItOPOSALS, In triplicate, will bo
received at this oiUen until i o'clock, noon,
an tho 12nd duv of October. 1HKI. at which time
und placo they will bo opened In tho presence
oi uiuuers, nir inircnase, irom 1110 unuca
States Army (Juaitermaster's Department, at
the San Antonio Deimt, Texas, of a largo
quantity of Army Equipage, consisting of
Mesa Pans, AxoSI!ngfl.CitmpHatchets,Ilatchot
iiunuiesunu oiuigs, cutanea anu npauonungs,
Plckaxon, Pickaxe Handles aud Slings, Drums.
Drum Sllugs, Sticks, Carriages and Cases, and
Blank Books. t
A full cataloguo of tho articles, together
with blank proposals and printed circulars,
gl lug Instructions as to roannor of bidding
und conditions to be obsoncd by bidders, can
be had on application to this office, or at tho
olllees of tno Chief Quartermaster Military
Division of tho Missouri, at Chicago. Illinois,
o- thu Depot Quartcruiastors ut St. Louis, Mo.,
Jertersouvlllc, Ind , and New Orleans, La
Tho stores may bo Been on application at
Proposals for the wholo or any part of Oifho
supplies will be coasldei ed.
T ho government reserves tho right to re ject
any or all bids.
No proposal will be considered unless ac
companied by tho prescribed bond.
Envelopes containing proposuls should bo
marked ''Proposals lor Purchase nf Army
Equipage," nnd addressed to tho undersigned.
J. (1. C. LEE,
0-W-Ct Majorand Chief quartermaster.
Auction every ntjtht from 8 to 11 o'clock;
SUUOO worth of dry (rood, clotblnir, bautft
und elioef, kcois' furnisbtnir frood. etc. Must
bo sold at enco to tlio h In best bidder, iittba
auction store of
l'aAUL Asiinn & into.
407 Commcrco itrcet, Terrell block, between
Mnin and Military plua. V V-lm
Can be found nearly onpoaHo tho courthouse.
Will buy or sell Block, will abew and pay
taxes on land for non-retldente, will attend to
tho redemption of lands sold to tho Htato or tn
fndlvlduviu, will give ppoclnl attention to all
applications for ehanyea of road In 'Uexar
county, and will trace and f urpl&U Information
about Inst nnd forfeited lands In Western
Texas. Whcie no cr lco Is ienderel no chargo
will bo made. CorresponJeno solicited. Would
refer to lawyers, land agents and old citizens
of Wan Antunln, 8-My
I wassutTorfb? from blood poison and mer
curial rheumatism, and had rpent $5yi for
treatment with no benefit, and It seemed that
I was doomed to die. Caught at Hwirt's So
clflo as ndrownlntr man would at a straw, and
It has saved me from a horrlblo death, and
cured mo sound and well. It Is the irrvatcst
mcdlclno in tho world.
C. II. SMILEY, Qulncy.Ill.
HEl.r.niTAUV.-Swiffs Speclflo ouredmo
sound and well of a Scrofulous taint Inherited
from my u nets tors. J. A MAY, Macon, fla.
I am sure that Swift's Hnoolllo saved nivllfn
I was terribly poisoned with Malaria, and was
$1000 KEWiIM) tt, Ma
nn analrsls of 100 bottles or 8. B. ti., one par
tlelo of mercury. Iodide potassium, or any
poisonous supstancc. SWIFT sPKLIFIO CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
Our treatise on Illood and e'kln Diseases
mailed free on application. 04-1 j-
IP YOU "WANT A
For a Little Money,
THE BOSS TAILOIt,
'or you. Hols now
at Styles lu English,
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
On former prleex. Only tlnt-ckus tailors em.
ployed and line trltnmlnifs used. Suits made
up In any known stylo at short notice, and n
tit guaranteed. If you want a nice suit at n
nominal cost don't fall to interview Mr. l.orrn.
on Com mcree street, noar bridge. H can suit
you In quality nnd price. T-:-lm
Solicits optn trdtrs fr all kinds
of Groceries, including Tobacco,
Cigars and Liquors, and will fill
them with that cartful selection and
moderation in prices that such orders
should always command.
lie desires also to be remembered by
every Cotton Shipptr in the State
when the new crofi is ready for mar
ket. Aro one in or out of the State
can give'befler 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 and Itetoll Dealer In
Staple and Paiicj Groceries,
mi: winks, utiueus,
Cigars and Tobacco. Particular attention
given to reoelvlDg and selling Wool for my
customers, etoro on comer of Main plan and
SAX ANTONIO, TKXAS.
JSL EXICO !
Persons desiring Information about Mexico
had bettor purehaso The ItepuUlo of Mexico
In 18KV with rerlBed and oorrcctcd map, by
Lorenzo Castro. Depot at Nlo Tontrg', Coto
mc rro stnet, Han Antonio, rrlco per copy,
with ronp, $3 fiO. 7-2.Vtf
flo.12 YTUIrI ST.
I'crtronfl withlnfr to upend tho Biimiucr In tho
country will Und, at this ho use, n innny hoiuu
comforts ns cun be found In the State. Tho
cqoletu of room, best of bed, no inoKiultoefl
or tilep, and a tRblo6upil.cd wit hull that home
und tiun Antonio markets aftord, I'tenty nf
sweet milk and homeraadu butter. Also puro
well and cistern water.
S-W-lm A. W. DAUH, Proprietor.
Snn Antonio. Tcxub. -
HEW OYSTER SALOON.
Tbo undersigned begs to inform the publlo
that be bas opened art oyster saloon at No. 34
West Commcrco street, opposlto Heed's furni
ture store, where .Morgan City and Galveston
oysters can be bad in ail styles at moderato
prices. Oysters 23 conts per dozen.
0-e-lin ANTONIO PIrTEltl.
T. 3. IlAlintSON. TOU IIAIIIUSOH
IIAItRISOX k ilARRISOX,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
21 Solcdntl Street,
Ran Antonio. Twenty-flvo years experience in
Texas. Praetlco in all Btato aud Federal
SKNI) YOUIt DAUUHTIIItS TO
ron Tim rouiviNQ reasons i
aim ounirai luenuun. . j iuihi scoonj, ex
clusively female, i. Commodious and oom
fortable buildings. A. The tKiardlng circle a
community household. 0. The. best advan
tages at the lowest prices. 7. Alt tho depart
mentaof a femalo eolleirA-vell suatalnKri. Tlin
nnitsesslonopensSeptomborlO, 1883. For cat
It. O. rtODNBAYAIX, A, M, rrcs't,
MESQUITE BLOCK PAVEMENT.
Contractor and Manufacturer.
Tin Dcit MatirUI now olT.rtJ la ths public far Struts sad Sidewalk Patlng.
' rRICES-tit Clais iSctipir foot, ad Class si cti. jdClaMMCti.
OFFICE AND FACTORY jo6 and JoS SOUTH LAREDO ST., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. ;-st-iy
Practical Book Binder and Ruler,
Opposite Court House, Solcdad St., San Antonio.
13-Alt Linda of Binding and Ruling dons with nestoets, durability and dispatch. Comsttlttoa fa prlctt
I-I. W. KZOE33Sri3-SBElR.a-,
no. :i!, sui.riuii siitKin, sax axtoxio, tkxas.
n-nvr.iNo and scoimimi a specialtv.i
Hun Antonio, Tuihj.
Keeps nn hand a lino Mock of Watchc
Clocks and Jewelry, a wolUnelccted Block of
and HllvorVnimw. Hopiilrlnffof Fine Watchci
I Alex. Sarto r
Watclimakor and Jeweler
No. IS CoMMmcs Stxezt.
mar If Sam Antonio, Tsxas.
sad D.iiu la
All to.! 1 will b loUudir written gnsiintif
BELL & BRO'S.
No. I! Commerce Street,
Silver and Plated Ware,
J. C. BREEDING & SON,
PCaTKS, made by the National Sheet Meta
Hoofing Company. Bco samples at our office.
i. S. BUM1IAM. II. D. C.
Ocniist and Ami at,
Proprlt tor Ban Antonio Ii XV. and BAIt n
nnarr. furmorlr sunroon In chanra rtr Kans
City Kye, Ear and Throat Infirmary.
All disease of Eye and Ear treated In
lost approved manner with tho latest appli
ncea. Crooked oyes stralghtoned, arlltfclal,
iserted to move naturally, etc, etc.
Ofllco at U71J Comtnorco Htroot.
1'. Rhode tt V, II, Hcnckc,
Manufacturers of all kinds of UAltltELS,
(JVi'iiEss cisti:bxs A SPECIALT.'.
Prompt attention to orders. Add r cm llox 30
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio, Texas.
EDWARD J. (JALLAOIIEU,
Mason tk Builder
C3I H0UST0X STREET.
tauka, furnaces, ovens, grates and buildings of
Traders' National Bank
304 Commerce Street,
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a general banking business.
C Spring Cart Co.,
Tho only thing on two wheels tbat rides a
easy as a carriage Uooda mado of the best
material and warranted. Weight
from ui to 1M pounds.
Ask your merchant to get priors for you.
C Spring Cart Co.
MATon's Orricr., l
Cnr or Ban Antonio Tr.x.. !
Sealed proporals will bo received at this office
until Saturday, the th ln,t at 13 m., for to
cords of wood, to bo. delivered In quantity as
needed by the city. The right Is reserved to
reject any and all bids. All proposals to bo en
dorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addressed
to the City Clerk.
J. II. FRENCH,
CARTER & MULLALY,
4J AND 44 ALAMO FLAZA.
Vuuerals Furnished With Kvery neqalslta.
Special attention riven to f.rwardlng bodies
to all parts of the United States. tVTelephen
connection. Calls attended day laid nig hu
Wiolesale Manufacturers of