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The San Antonio Light.
KAIMlOAIs TISIK TAIII.K.
lutarnatloual mid Great North.
T:4ii a, in.
IMJ p. in.
Kfprww. . .
IfMrrUburs and San Antonio
Westward (To and
from ICI Paso)....
uauuu ice, a. nuuscnpuoii, iiucciiismoniii.
Annllcut ons for tncmbcrshln to bo ad.
IroMcd to ttio Secretory.
II. Ktiieii-Taylou, President.
OKlut.t) 0 in i r in, Secretary.
INI0HT8 PYTHIAS, Elk Lodgo No. 35,
iNIOIITS OK Till OOLDKN lllTLn, Castlo
V Alamo 1xliro No.ZO, meets In Udd Fellows'
all tint and third Thursdays uf each month.
Visiting comrades w clcomo.
H. II. Iiacon, Commander.
II. Kiickienkeui'Xii, Secretary,
BfiXAlt HKNRVOLKNT ASSOCIATION
allows membcts weekly In sickness, $.W
at tenth. Initiation feo 3 GO, monthly sub
scription CO cents. Meets llrst and third Wed
nesday In each inontb. at Bommcrs X Petcr
wd'i bull. H. I.. IIO.NU, President.
PAUL HUYlilt. Ueneral Sco.-ctary.
(I.W. IlDTII. W. VOLt.ORECIIT.
HUTU & VOLLBRE011T,
Wooden and Willow Waro, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Urushes, etc. A specialty iiihiIo of
David Ijundrctb ic Sons' Ganlen and Flower
8cod, AlsoGutta Pcrcba Heady Mixed I'alnts.
310 Crockett lllock. Alamo l'laa,
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
llosack & Newton,
Auctioneer, Conimlialou Mi-rclianta and flcii
ptT Have la rue storu rooms for Consign
monts at 21 SolcJml street, opposite court liouio.
BOARD AND LODGING
At No. 211 Pros slreot, near Main and Market
Stroct. OOOUTAIILi: SPltEAI) FOU DAY
IIOAHDKIts. Everything now, clean and
comfortublu. Terms moderate. lM(Mm
Directory of the Churches
Services aro hold at tbo following named
(.hurdles lu this city overy Sunday.
Protestant Kplscoiiul St. Mark's Cathedral,
list sideor Travis sguaro, lllght I to v. It. W. II.
Elliott, illshnp of thodiocosoof Western Texas;
Very ltev. Walter K. ltlchardson. Dean. Morn
ing services at II o'clock; eveulnir service at 8
o'clock; Frlduy scrvlco at Cp. m.; Sunday school
at VM a. m.
St. John's Chapel, dlvlnosorvlco at 5 o'clock
p. m. and Sunday school ut 4 p. m. St. Luke's
Cuapcl Sunday scbool.at U a m.
Methodist Eplsoopul Church South Solodad
street, Iter. . J. Young, pastor. Scrvlco at 11
a. m. and B p. in, Sunday school at U a. lo.
Tenth Street Church, near Sunset dopot.Sun
day school ut V u. lu.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. Pe
can street and avenuu 0. Services Suuday at 11
a.m. and 7it) p.m. Itov. W, 8. Falklnbury,
pastor. Sabbath school ut 3.00 p. m., Uol. It. M.
Moore, superintendent. Pruyer and pralso
niouttug Wednesday at 7:00 p. m.
German M. 1'. Church Ebon I'zer German M
K. church, VUllta street, Itov. (1. Dosdail, pas
tor. Services on Sunday at 10.00 a. in. and a p.
in. Wednesday ovcnlng services a 7 o'clock.
Sunday school at V a. in.
First Presbyterian Church, corner Houston
and North Flores streets, ltev. J. W. Nell, pas
tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sun
day school at D a. m.
Itov. J. F. Wlttich will preach la Gorman In
Madison square Presbytorlan Church, ltev.
W. 11. llucbanan, pastor. Services every bab
bath at tbo chapel at 11 o'clock a. in. and VM p.
in. Sabbath school at 4 1. m.
First Baptist Church, southeast corner of Jef
ferson and Travis streets. Itov. W. 11, Dodson
1).1. pastor, llosldonco No. 10 JelTerson Btreet.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school DM X. in., 1. U. Uvurctt, super
tendont. Christian Church, corner Houston and St. Ma
ry's streets ; Elder L. Pennington, Pustor. Ser
vices ovory Suuday at 11 a. ui. and 8. p. in.
Sorvlces at 10 a. m,
Itoman Catholic, Cathedral of San Fernando,
botweon Main and Military plazas. Vcryltev.J.
C. Narcz, lllshop. Itov. L.ucnulin, priest. Low
mass at 7 a.m. High moss at 10 a. m. Vcepcis
4 p. m.
St, Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col
lego si roots. Very llov.T. J. Johnson, pastor,
how mass 7 a. m. High moss 10a. in. Vespers
rj p. m.
St. Joseph's (Gorman) Church, cast sldo Ala
meda street, between Alamo and llonhaiu sta.
Very llov. H. PeHerkorn. Low mass 7 tt. m.
High mass 10a. m. Vespers 8-30 p. m,
St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west sldo Victo
ria street, botweon Second and Third streets.
Very ltev. Stanislaus Wolclochowoskt. High
mass 10 a.m. Vespers 4 p. m.
Ureulloe Convent Church, Augusta St. Itov.
Froo Mission Haptlst, Lavarra street. Fourth
Ward. Itov. J. W. Williams, pustor. Services
every Sunday at U and 8 p. in. Prayer meeting
every Tuesday and preaching at Bp. in. on
Now Light Froo Mission Haptlst, Lavacca
street, Fourth ward, itov. J, HolrucB, pastor.
Sorvlues every Sunday at 3 undo p. in. Prayer
meeting overy Friday, preaching at 8 p. m. on
Wednesday and Saturday.
St. Paul Methodist, cast Alamoda street, ltev
J. It. Carnes, pustor. Services overy Sunday,
uud Wednesday and Friday nights.
African Mothodlst Church, opposite Santa
Hosu Hospital, Second Wurd. llov. J, U. Euiory
Macedonia llaptlst Church, Pecan street, Itov
f u (J. Jordan, pustor. Services overy Sunday
at 3 and 8 o'clock p. in. Sabbath school at 0 a.
in. Services Thursday night and prayer meet
ing Tuesday night.
Tho proof of tbo pudding is not In chewing
the string but in having an opportunity to tost
tho artloIo direct. G. Schasse, A. Drolsa and L.
Orynskl, druggists bavo froo trial bottles of
IN THE SOUDAN.
Characteristics of the llnddundonas -A
Suiktn Is, for lliis part of the world, a con
siderable place. The haibor, entered by a
deep, narrow, land-girl channel, allows steam
ers of heavy tonnaje to anchor within Its.
than loo jsrdi of the coral beach. The
principal portion of Ihe town is situated on an
Uland connected with the msinland by a nar
row causeway. On the island are the cuiUm
house, government officer, and stores for mer
chandise. On the mainland Is Ihe bazaar and
native town, the Utter consisting of' rude huts,
In many cases more sunshades of tree branch
es and mailing, the more pcrminent buildings
being squire, fill topped mud structures
The natives who throng the bazaar, though
for the molt pait in color quite as black as
any negroes, are lir from hiving the same
tpe ol features as Ihe Utter. On the contra
ry, the Iladdendowas, as they are nsmed.are,
as a rule, remarkably handsome and splendid
ly formed. The note is either straight or
aquiline, snd, except In some cases where there
hit been an evident mingling of negio blood,
the mouth and lips are as well formed at In the
bett European types. In all cases, however,
the hair seems to partake more or lets of Ihe
woolly nature characteristic of the wetteia
Afiicans. Holh sexes almost Invariably have
the head uncovered, the hair In Ihe caieof
the men being drested In Ihe peculiar fathlon
of the Zulus namely, made up with gum or
grease into a towering matt en the center of
the head, hanging down behind, and flanked
by timlUr inaiiet on either tide. Through
Ihit it stuck a long bone pin, running tram
veriely. The hair of the wom-n It plaited
Into innumerable little tails lets than a quarter
of an inch In width, the ends slightly filzzed
and rarely reaching lower than the bottom of
the eart. llolh men and women bear three
long vertical tcart on either cheek by way of
ornament, the backs and shoulders of tome of
the women being lymmetrlcally tcarred to
that their tklnt retemble so many Elizabethan
slathed doublets of black satin. Outside the
town the dreit of both male and female, es
pecially of the youthful members of society,
Is of the tcantiett nature, the little girls weal
ing nothing but a cincture of tlender
leather thongs bound round the loins and
reaching halfway to the knee. The weapon!
of the adultt arc broad-headed jivelim,
twordf, and occasionally bowt and arrows,
behind the left elbow is fastened a small leaf
bladed sheathed dagger. As a defense a cir
cular shield ol hippopotamus hide, a couple of
feet in diameter, having a large conical boss
In the center, tt cariled. It it not worn on the
arm, the handle b:ing gratped In the hand
only. The twotds long and ttraight, with
cylindrical handle and fenghtly cross-guard,
teem modeled exactly after those of the cruta
den. War dancet are among the favorite
amusements ol the Iladdendowat. Two or
three hundred form a large circle, In the
midst of which tit on the ground a couple ol
men, hammering away monotonously on
tmall conical drumt. Each perton in turn
takes a shield and spear or tword, and put
ting on a mutt lavage expression of counte
nance, goet through a icriet of lioumli and
contortioni, cutting right and left with hit
tword, or ttabblng with hit tpear. Mean
lime the female portion of the ipectatort en
courage and applaud the acton by emitting a
long thrill gurgling cry such at t have heard
used elsewhere by Arab women. London
No Benefit from the Trip
From till llrooklyn Eagle.
"What're you doing here? ' demanded a
policeman of a man he found sitting with his
feet in the gutter during the storm of list Sun
"G'way. g'wjy!" pleaded the man. "Don't
"Get up," pei silted the policeman, taking
him by the shoulder and assisting him to lise.
"Move on, now, or I'll take you in."
"Mot1, mot1 time I'me to go ho'!" asked
"Pretty dear," attented Ihe policeman.
"Summer! on closed!"
"You bell Here it It in the depth of win
ter," replied the policeman.
"Tha't a' ri't far't it (hlc) goet," mumbled
the man. "Doctor ordered me to quit 'rink
ing and go In country. Tha't a' right. Came
'ere to sea shore. .Tha't a right. Doa't
Ihink I feel any beirer fer trip and I'm d d
'fi tee any use quit 'rlnklngl Ta' me some
place that's open!"
And the policeman took him, but the plsce
wssn't open for him to get out until morning.
It would not have been done In that way.
"Don' you pelief a vort dot Piple tays apout
dem Chews," observed Mr. Isaacs, handing
down another pair of pantaloons, with an ex
pression oi deep admiration on hit face as he
contemplated their glories. "Dot vas all lies,
efery vort, and donryou forget It!"
"Don't you admit Ihe crucifixion!" Inquired
the customer, loosening the thread in the team
of the right leg and letting the whole thing go
by the run.
"Not a veil, not a vort," replied Mr.
Itaaci, rather pained by the accident to hit
waret. "Look here, mine frent, if dem
beoplet vat did dot had been Chewt, do you
link dey woult haf diwided de raiment!"
"Dot t vcre you don' know de Chews.
Dey woult haf had an auction, mine frent, and
dot raiment would have come to. de heuse
Isaacs, yoost like dese bair oiTbantt vot I pait
$15 for only yesterday, and you daket 'cm
along for your tollar. Don't you fool arount
mit de I'iple, but you dook dem bantt for a
He Gave 'Em,
From tho Detroit Free Press.
In a restaurant the other night half a dozen
acquaintances were talking about Ihe era o
crime in Detroit, and one of Ihe party, who
looked upon himself as a pretlygood amateur
detective, observed 1
"Gentlemen, there's only one way to clear
the city of bad men."
"Why, make every honest citizen a detect
Ive. That is, If you or I tee a suspicious
character let ut make it our duty to tpot him.
If on the street at night follow him, or let
him know that you suspect him. If in the
daytime past him along tct the police alter
him give him no rett."
"You wouldn't dare follow one," remarked
one of the crowd.
"I wouldnt' ! Well, don't you bet a box
of cigart I daren't walk np to any man,
good or bad, and demand his name and busi
ness." "What, to-night!"
"Yet, or any other night."
A wtger wat tnttantly made, and the crowd
walked to the corner of Giltwold street and
Lafayette avenue. It hailed there and the
"detective" crossed over to the City hall tide
to wait for a pedestrian and carry out the
terms of the wager. It wai late and the
ttreett were quiet, but in a few minutes the
click of heels wat heard on the pavement, and
along came a chsp with hit hand in hit pock
ed. When he wat close enough the one In
hiding ttepped out and demanded ;
"Itold on, tir hold on I"
"What for !" wai the cool reply.
"liecauie, tir, I want to knuw your name,
residence and (he business which calls you out
at this hour of the night,"
"Oh, you do, eh ! Well, here they are all In
a heap I" tald tin ttianger, at he struck out
and knocked the Inqalsitlve chsp 10 flat and
cold that it too'- 10 minutes' nursing to bring
"Them's 'em, and I hope you feel better,"
growled the stranger at he patted on, but hit
hope wat In vain. The amateur detective
never felt worse In hit life. He isn't following
suspicious characters close enough to bother
She Got It.
From the Detroit Free Pretn.
"There 1" called out a woman who wat a
passenger on a Hay City liain leaving Detroit
a day or two (go, "I've went and gone and
left my satchel In the depot I Somebody call
the conductor I"
A benevolent man with a bald head and a
doub'e chin volunteered hit services, and
after a tlmt the conductor wat brought in.
"Can't you Hop and run btck!" ailed Ihe
"No, ma'am, but I'll telegraph to bsve your
baggage sent on. What Is it ! '
"Very well," lie said as he began lo wille.
"It Is an old sitchel with nie htndle ulf and
the lock broken, of course."
' Y-ycs, tir, but li't none ol your business
If it Is. You don't buy my satchels 1 '
"No, ma'am of course not. Let's tee!
I'll telegraph them lo open it The first
thing on lop it a night-cap."
"S'notin' 'tis I" she blustered up. "I guess
there is no law against walling night caps I"
"No, ma'am, and the next thing it a pair of
black woolen ttockingt which have been
darned in Ihe heels, Whatnext!"
The nest thirg it that if any man In this
'ere State of Michigan dates to open thst
sitchel and gn to pawing over Ihe contents
I'll make a corpse of him I ' the exclaimed at
the untied her bonnet.
"flut I mutt telegraph."
"Then you call it a black satchel kinder
butted In on one tide and kinder butted all to
Goshen by you railroad wretches on both
ends, and let it go at that I I won'l have It
"Hut, madam, you"
"Not another word," she said, as her
tpecttclrs danced on her nose. "Do at I tell
you, and if they can't find It I'll come back
and ttlr thingt up and bounce folks around
till they'll think it't a bad year for hurricane!,
lust say a butted black satchel, and add that
if It comet along with the other handle pulled
off I'll begin a lawsuit to make this railroad
The butted black satchel left on the next
All Opeti Ltter.
San Antonio. January I, l&M.
Drs. J. J.Ac W. H.Tobin:
0 entlkukn t Your Hcputlzlno has been
used lu my family lor over a vcur, and 1
can unhesitatingly say It Is tho best remedy I
have over used foranylivortroublo or consti
pation of tho bowels. I would not Iw without
It. ltcxpectfully, A. W. Kockton,
For salo at U. Schwwo's and Clavlr.'s drug
Nofico to Tax Payers T I
Discount for Karly rayiUMit
Tho underaltf netl beroby aivvt notice that tho
city ad valorem and poll taxes for tliomuniel.ml
year cmlltiff February d, l&l, v, 111 bo duo
on tho 15th of this month, and payable on or
before tho expiration of tho dute mentioned.
In order to facilitate tho collection of said
tax I am authorized, by a resolution of tho
City Council, passed Octobers, to allow a re
bate of 10 per cent, on tho tax lovlcd for nen
crat purpowa If paid on or beforo tho 31st day
of October, I8K).
l'C ll.U'KHEN, City Collector.
Ban Antonio, October 8, 13KI. 10 3-J0t
I bavo known and watched tho uso of Swift's
Fpccitio for over lirty years, and havo never
known or heard of a fulluro to euro lllooil
l'olaon when properly taken. In all my lire I
havo never known u remedy that would so
fully uccompllsh what It is recommended to do.
II. I,, DBNNAitl,l'crry,Ua.
Wo havo sold Swlft'a PpcclOc &. S. S ) with
most asmnishlnir results. Onuircntlouian who
used half a dozen bottles sajs that It has dono
him more ifooil than treatment which cost him
Jl.uil. Another who has used It for a Scrofulous
aircctlon reports a permanent euro from Its uso.
VAN 811 AAUK, STKVIINSON 4 CO.,
Will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on
analjBlsof 100 bottles of S. S. S., ono particle
of Mercury, Iodide- rotatwlum.orany mineral
substance. THE SWIFT Bl'KCI FIO CO.
Drawers, Atlanta, (la.
CHARLES H. NASH,
Commission Merchant !
Successor to Oothnut Ic Naab. west sldo Mili
tary plaza, San Antonio. Solo oiront for
Cooper's Sheep lllpnlntr I'owder. Conslirn
ments und correspondence solicited. tl-j-ly
N. S. BURNHAM, M. D.,
272 Commerce Street,
All diseases of Rye and Ear treated In
most approved manner with tho latost appli
ances. Crooked eyos stralghtonod, artificial.
Inserted ta move naturally, etc, eto.
EDWAIID J. (fALLKiUEK,
Mason & Builder
031 HOUSTON STREKT.
fcstlmatos for dams, bridges, boilers, citterns,
tanks, furnaces, ovens, irrates and bulldlnva nt
all kinds. Will tiuarantee satisfaction. Jou
Mnr .ir-l-llv tfon.1M in 11-IMr
1 raders' National Bank
804 Commerce Street,
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a Koneral banking business.
J. C. BREEDING & SON,
Itoora No S, Tclephono building, comer of
Solodad and Houston streets, San Autonto.
ttT-AsronU for PATENT TIN IIOOFINO
l'LATlSS, roado by the National Sheet Motal
Hooting Company. Seo samples at our olllce. a
fink noons. row rniCKs.
received tho largest stock Hi IlnitlUh.
French and (lerman goods ever brought to this
ellr. All stylos and colors. Only Drst-class
tailors employed. Suits made up In I lie Intrat
style, at tho lowest puMlble prlco, nn.l a per
fect tit iriiarantred.
Saliiils 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 le remembered by
every Cotton Shipper in the State
when the neiv 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 and ltetall Dealer In
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
mc U'lHKS, LIQUORS,
Cltrara and Tobacco. Particular attention
Klvoo to rocolvfutf and noHlnjr Wool for my
customers. Btoro on corner of Main plaza and
SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS.
I'crsons desiring Information about Mexico
had better purchaso "Tho licpubtlo of Moxteo
In 1SS.'," with revised and corrected map, by
Lorenzo Castro. Depot at Nlo Tciikk's, Com
tncrco strict, San Antonio, Prlco per copy,
1 with map, t3). MVIf
:Tio.l2 Yturri St.
L. N. WALTIML.
WALTHALL & CALLAflHAK,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW.
San Antonio, Texas.
J UNIUS MICiUSrS
taxi on laud for non-rt'dldeoU, will attend to
tho redemption of lands aoM 10 tbo Stato or to
Individual, will givo o?ial attention to all
application for chanirct. of roads In Ik-xar
county, and wilt trace and furnish Information
atwut uwt and forfeited Ian da In Western
Texas. Wlicrv no scrvlco Is rondo rest no clianro
will tornado. Correspondence solicited. Would
rofor to lawyers, land Otfcnta and old citizens
of San Antonio. 8-Hy
aiuuriiv & siieltox,
Sun Antonio, Texas.
T. 8. HAItltlSON.
IIARIUSOX & II AltMSOX,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
24 Solctlnd Street,
8n Antonio. Twenty-fivo years expcrlenco In
Toxua. Practice lu all Statu and Federal
hl'.Nl) VOUlt DAUUUTKKS TO
rOIt THE IXJI.t-OlTINO REASONS T
and central location. II. A Tolas school, ex
clusively fernalo. 4. Commodious and com
fortable buildings, i. Tbo boarding circle a
oommunlty household. 0. Tho best advan
tage at the lowest prices. 7. All the depart
ments of a female college well sustained. Tbo
next session opens September 10, ltua l'or cat
It, O. Uou.NgVALi, A. M. I'rcs't.
Mrtit Tailor, ml
I 5 giry Henry v$
roimm-m, St., Xoar llrldKc. I 1 0
No. Si Soledad Street. Oppmite Court I!iiiim,
San Antonio, Texas.
Spectacles; aim, llrailllan Pebbles Set In Hold
Hotwiring or lino watchm
ad Usaiii ta
I J-C.ll snd ..mlo ny itock sad criers bsfora
l f !. .11 s. idlaalx litt.Dimr n
BELL & BRO'S.
No. ti Commerce Street,
Silver nnd Plated Waro,
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges rea
sonable. Wo tako pleasure in showing our
(roods, and purchasers are Invited to mil. Sat
isfaction warranted. lJ-s-ly
Watcliraakor and Jeweler
No. iS Comuieci STXirr,
may ti San Antonio, Tixax.
S. S T E R lvf,
248 Commerce Street,
Sua Antonio. Special attention given to
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer
San Autotilo, Texas.
V, Khodo iVTsliTTlmkc,
Manuracturcrsof all kinds of HAltltELS,
CVPKUSS CISTEKXS A SPECIALTV.
I'roinpt attontlon to orders. Address Hoi SO
Time C,ird, In ElToct July 22,
U-aveSan Antonio liound North at 7.1.1 a.
m 13:15 p. m and t p. m. Arrive 9.40 a.m.,
3M p, in. and 8 p. in. Into for tarcdo 9 p. m,
arrlvofrotn IireiloJiHa. m.
Train leavlnif San Antonio 7: a. m has
PULL3I..N HOTKIs C.K
throuxli to St. !miU without chanirt. Train
loa IntT Pan Antonio at 12:11 m. haa t'ulluian
I'ataco Sltx-pliiK car to Toxarkana, vrlicro
I madowlth fast otpn-M trains for St. !uls.
Train Imvlnsr Han Aiilnnloat Dp. m. has poach
and Pullman sleepinir car throug-h to Houston
and (lull itnii without clianup, arrlvlmr at
Hoiistoiiat7a. in, and (Inhraton at Vila, m,
Two express trains dally lietwecn
San Antonio and St. Louis,
l'ullman 1'nlr.cv HIccMnir sura between Han
Antonio and (lalveston without change.
Clow iminectlont at Ultlo ltock for tho
Boiiihraat, and In tho Union depot, St, IjouIs,
with all ciprvna trains.
l'or tlcketa, rains timo cards or any Infor
inailnn apply to
J. 8. INnur, Ticket Clerk.
It csiininerrn street, San Antonio, Tex.
H.r.llUlJlllH, l'aastmter Airent,
II. W. McCUMXJUOH, A. 11. I'. A..
SU louts. Mo.
II. M. HOXli; Tt.lrd Vlctl'rosldent,
St, Louis, Mo.
(ool-lu a OO.'B.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
October 26, 18S3.
Number for Xunibor-rrlzo Tor I'rlzo
With IM additional prizes.
Only 42,000 Tickets. 1838 Frizes.
I Capital I'rlzo.
I " '
II Prtu. f-Vil each .
J " M " ..
1 " 10 " . .
II Approximations to flrtt prize, f'.1l
Of 1 12,10)..
ISM Prizes, amounting- In V. B.troldto $ 4I,C0
Tickets, tsa.00 - . Halves, tJl.OO.
The ltoyal Havana official Hat decides every
rrtzii. Subjeotto no manipulation, not con
rolled tiy the parties in interest, honestly
managed, it It tho fairest, squarcst and Umi
thing that oould to conceived.
Seo that tho name (IOUI.II & CO., is on tho
ticket. Nonu others aro genuine.
ALL l'ltizra PAID ON PllESRNTATION
l'or Information ami particulars address or
12IS llniadway.Nuw Vork City.
CS East Itandoii.h Street, Chloiro 111.,
Or W. W. WALL1NO,
IJ; Sll ) J ONEH & Co.
Ilurlal eases and caskets of overy descrip
tion, union Ilium street, opnnalte Menger
hotel. Tclephono ISO-day or nUht. 8-Sl-tf
C Spring Cart Co.,
Tho only thing oa two wheels that rlJrs n
easyoaacurrlugo. Goods mado or tho but
material and warranted. Weight
from HO to 15U pounds.
Atk your merchant to (rot prices for you.
C Soring Cart Co.
Wbolcsalo Manufacturers of
MAMDKINO HOWAHD.itrottert nee No.
II. J. Trcacy's eatuloguo, Lexington, Ky. Ho
Is a blooded bay, la hauds high, weighs 10
pounds. Service, t25.
KNIGHT OF BT. LOUIS (thoroughbrod),
tired hy Olendower, dam by Upsllon, soo Ilmeo't
AmiTlcan Stud Dook, volume 8, pago3U. Ho
Is a dark chostnutsorrel. Service, jSa.
DICK (Kentucky Jack), 15 hands high, weight
WM pounds. Will rover ninrca'or Jennett.
Bhort-kora thoroughbred cattlo, Hed Dulls,
by twonty-olghtli London IJuko, Lexington,
Ky. Service. tlO.
Spring season, February 1. Tenntcaah. Ber
vloea twld whoa rnarcu taken away, and If not
with foal, havo tho privilege to return thoneit
seaaon froo of charge. 8tock delivered at Al
fred IteavcB', Holu Plata, will bo takou and
brought back without cost.
123 It Helot,Tx.