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The San Antonio Light.
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International And (Ireat Northern
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I' NIGHTS PVTHIA8, KlkTi.odgc No. 31!,
mccueveryTliunuliiyot::!) p. m Cnsilo
tit Flroiiiiui's Hall. Visiting brethren welcome
Alamo I-mlito No.ir., meets In odd rcllOMa'
null Urn nnd llilnl Thursdays or each month.
Visiting comrades welcome.
K. II IIacon, Connnnmlpr,
II. KI.OCK ENKRM I'KIt, Secretary.
llosack & Newton,
Auctioneers, CommlKitlon Merchant and (leii
VST Ilnvo largo storo rooms for Coii.lgu
iionUat21SoIodadstrcct, opposite court linure
Monvlck Itay Oysters.
1 am prepared to furnish to hotel keeper,
restaurant proprietors mid wliolianlo dealer
tlio celebrated llorwlck hay oysters, und frch
(Hilt lull, racked on len to nnv town In
Western Texas, U. O. I). Itci-pectfully,
13-3"m Sn Antonio, Texas.
City Property For Sale !
Sixth streets. ,
8. House ami lot on 1 If tu street, between
Avenues 11 and U.
9. llouso and three lots on Crockett square.
10. Ten a ores Irritable In nil with Improve
ments, on Oardeu street.
11. Tbreo lots un Dallas street, near Madison
square. In block No. ID.
12. Ilouo ind lot, corner Frunklln tv,uitro
and Illdrtluro street.
TJ. Eight lots on C.utio etrcct, southwest cor
ner lot No. 1$).
1. Three lots corner i.i raso, tsainuo aim
vements. under fence, known
lit. H'tfht arres Improved Irrlff able land on the
lower labor, on ttouth Fiona Btreet, under
fence, lino peach orchard on part of grounds.
17. Flttytwo lots west of Alazan creek, on
l)u ran iro vtreet, out of lot No. I'M.
18. Twenty-four acres lot No. i!10, weBt of tho
Fan I'edro creek, ut ctohsIiw or International
and Hutisot roads.
jy. Twelvo lots eoulh of Government depot,
Immediately on Grayson street, nut of tho
Li). (Inn lot 1SH feet front on Avcnuo II. and
run nin ir back to river, opposite Sixth street.
21. Two lot. No. U und 4, In block No. 47(
above Upper Labor illtcli.on fun l'edroavenue.
12. Hlock No. 5, on Walnut Btreet, below
Sloven & Bona lumber yard.
). Tour lots hi block No. 26, nbovo Upper
St. Entire, block No, ret, and eight lots In
IjIock no. iK, on rant avenue.
ntmiit tlin vitv.
Wo will examine, titled, wrlto conveyances,
atteud to tlio renting of houses, uetrotlato
loans on rcHSonabm terms. .Notary minimal
I was suffering from blood poison and mer
curial rheumatism, and had spent $5i for
treatment with no benefit, and It seemed that
1 was doomed to dlo. Caught at iSwIft's tipo
cltlo as a drownlntr man would at a Htraw, and
It has saved mo from n horrible death, and
cured mo sound und woll. It U tho urea test
medicine In tho world.
U. II. t?MIMn Qulncy.Ill.
linHUDITAHV.-Hwift's Speclllo cured mo
trlven up to dlo. H wilt's Bpoulllo relieved me
promptly and entlroly. I think It is 1 ho irrcat
eet remedy of tho qko. O. (1. HI'HNUKH,
tiyp't Gas Wks, Homo (J a.
$1000 REWAHD TSU&S&J&jSl
on analysis of 100 bottles of H. S. 8., ono par
ticle of mercury, lodldo potafmluni. or any
poisonous substance. 8W.FT ttl'lX'lFIp CO.,
Drawer .1, Atlanta, (la.
Our trcatlso on I Hood and Skin I) Incases
mailed frco on application. tM-ly
TYPE for SALE.
700 l'ouuds Long Primer,
Almost ns good us now, nt 00 cents por pound.
500 Pounds Itrcvicr,
Samoa, used In tho I.luiiT, at 25 cents. Also
ono case old stylo nonpareil, about 100 pounds,
at ono half tbo pclco of new typo. Hare also
10 Fonts Display Type,
and column rulos, sultalilo for a country
weekly paper. Address
T. 1. .lOHNSON,
Caro Liqut onico.
CARTER & MULLALY,
42 AND ALAMO PLAZA,
runeruls Furnished With i:iorjKequl.lte,
Special attention kIvcu to forwarding bodies
to all parts of tbo Unltod States. (VTolophono
connection. Calls ended day and night.
Jt?a v sttlli
5 lis -V
C oSSaaS o
To Define and l'untsli Nul
KsUbllsh General Sanitary Itrgulatlnni,
and to Define the ltutlos of the Health
unlcernnd BanltAry Inspectors.
Be It orJoloed by the City Council of the
City of San Antonio:
Section i. The follonioc acts and things
are hereby declared to be nuiiancei: Filth,
the contents of cess-pools, olTal, foul water,
relule from manufactories, ordure, urine,
anlmit mailer (decayin() or other substances
detrimental to health, thrown, p'sced, or
allowed to remsln in or upon any street,
avenue, alley, sidewalk, culler, public reier
ration or lot in thecit;.
Sr.c. 2. The carrying and tramporting of
bones, hides, fish, oflil, or other animal or
vegetable substance in a decomposing or
offensive condition, in any other than covered
and Inclosed vehicles, through any stteet,
alley, avenue, or public place within this city.
Stc. 3. The filling, leveling, or raising the
surlace of any street, ground or lot within the
city, with anlmil of vegetable substances, filth
gathered in cleaning yards or streets, (except
mud accumulated during bad weather, which
shall not be considered as filth), or waste
material from mills or factories, or the removal
of any ground or lot within said city filled with
such offensive matter or substances.
Sec. 4. Any privy in this city, the Inside ol
which Is not at least three feet distant from the
adjoining lot, and at least five feet distant
from any street, lane, square or public place,
and at least 10 feet from any ditch, river or
public water stream; or any privy discharging
lis contents into any lane, ditches, streams, or
street, or any privy so constructed that it can
not be conveniently approached ond cleaned.
Sec. 5. Kecal matter, not thoroughly
deodorized and disinfected every two weeks,
in any privy in this city; and the Hoard of
Health shall, upon recelptof complaint, cause
any piivy to be inspected, and, If necessary,
clean' d snd disinfected; and it shall be the
duty of any person or persons occupying
premises on which any such privy Is situated,
to permit the same lo be inspected, cleaned or
diunltclrd at the times designated by the
Health Officer or the Hoard of Health.
Sr.C. 0 1 he cleaning or emptying ol any
privy in this city, without first disinfecting the
tame in the manner prescribed by the Health
beard. The deposit of contents of any privy
in any place other than such as may be
approved by the Hoard of Health.
MC 7, I he removal ol night'Soil, cleaning
priies, privy boxes or barrels, vaults, sinks
and cetspoots wllh'n this city by buckets or
other procc'S agitating or exposing the con
tents thereof in open air, and transporting
said contents in cuts or other vehicles not
air-light, through the streets, alleys and other
public places within said city.
Sec. 8. The keeping of a hog or hogs In a
pen within the mile and a hall limits on the
north, south and east sides and within a mile
limit on the west side ; and the Sanitary In
spector of the Hoard ol Health shall compel
the owners of all hogs found within the above
1'tnlts to remove them beyond the above limits
within 15 days from the adoption ol this or
dinance. Sec. 9. Filthy and unwholesome stables,
sheds, pens or places where cows, hones,
mules or other animals are kept.
Sec. 10. The keeping of any grocery, soap,
tallow or chandler establishment, and black
smith's shop, tannery, stable,slaughter house,
distillery, brewery sewer, privy or other
place in an unclean condition.
Sec tl. Stagnant water upon any lot or
f;round within this city and any low or marshy
ot or land, the same being made such by de
fective drainage or otherwise.
Sec. 12. The sale orofTer lo sell in this city
of any animal or part of animal that may be
sickly, diseased or unwholesome, or which
may have died from disease or accident, or
any fnh or vegetables or fruit not fresh,
sound and fit for food. Upon the knowledge
ol a violation of this section by the Market
Master any inspector of this Hoard or any
member ol the police force of this city, said
officer or officers shall report the same to the
Health Officer, who shall cause such nuisance
to be abated, and the party dealt with as pre
scribed by law.
Sec. 13. Any store, stall, room or stand
where meats or fnh or vegetables or fruit are
sold for food, which is kept in an uncleanly
condition, cr which shall emit noisome odors
disgusting to the citizens residing near such
store, stall, room or shed ; aad upon com
plaint being rendered the Health Officer shall
order the place to be kept clean and free.from
noisome odors, and if the owner thereof re
fuse or neglect to obey the orders of the Health
officer, the latter shall cause the same to be
vacated, and the person so offending to be
presented to the Recorder's court for punish
ment, as prescribed by law.
Sec. 14. The Health Olhccr shall be the
executive officer of the Hoatd of Health.
Sec. 15. It shall be the duty of the Health
Officer to catry out all orders of the Hoard of
Health and the laws of the State nd ordi
nances of the city regatding sanitary regula
tions of the city, to cause all nuisances to be
abated with all reasonable promptness. And
for the purpose of carrying out the foregoing
requirements he shall be permitted at all
times, in the discharge of his duty, to enter
any house, store, stable or other building, and
to cause the floors to be raised, if he shall
deem necessary, in order to a thorough exam
ination of cellars, vaults, sinks or drains; to
enter upon all lots or grounds and to cause
all stagnant waters to be drained off the
fiools, sinks, vaults, drains or low grounds to
ie cleansed, filled up or otherwise improved
or amended; to cause all privies to be cleansed
nnd kept In good condition, and to cause all
dead animals or other noxious and unwhole
some substances to be burled or moved be
yond the limits of the city.
Sec. 16. In order to the carrying out of
the provisions of the foregoing section It shall
be the duty of the Health Officer to serve a
notice in willing upon the owner, occupant or
agent of any lot, building or premises In or
upon which any nuisances may be found, or
who may be the owner or cause of any such
nuisance requiring him to abate the same in
such manner as he shall prescribe wi'hln
reasonable time, Provided, that It shall not
be necessary In any case for the Health Offi
cer to specify In his notico the manner in
which any nuisance shall be abated unless he
shall deem it advisable so to do; and such
notice may be given or served by any officer
who may be directed or deputed to give or
make the same, and if such owner, occupant
or agent shall neglect or refuse to comply
with the requirement! of such order within the
time specified he shall be subiect to a fine ol
not less than $5 nor more than $50 for every
such violation; and it shall be the duty ol the
said officer to proceed at once, upon the ex
piration ol the time specified In said notice, to
cause such nuisance to be abated. Provided,
that whenever the owner, occupant or agent
of any premises In or upon which any nuis
ance may be found Is unknown or cannot be
found, the said Health Officer shall Droceed
to abate the same without notice, and in either
case It shall be the dutv of the Citv Attornev
immediately to begin an action xgainst the
owner of the property to recover the cost ol
abating such nuisance.
Sec. 17. It shall be the further duty of the
Health Officer to visit and examine all per
sons who shall be reported to him as laboring.
or supposed to be laboring, under anv vellow
fever, small-pox, cholera or any contagious or
pestilential disease, and under the advice ol
the President of the Hoard of Health, cause
wherever possible, all such Infected persons to
be removed to the cholera, small-pox or other
hospitals, or to such other safe and
proper place as he may think proper, or as
shall be directed by the Mayor, and to cause
them to be provided with suitable nurse and
medical attendance, at their own expense If
they are able to psy; but If not, then at the
expense ol the city.
Sec 18. It shall be the duly of the Health
Officer to cause a placard, made of yellow
print cloth, 12118 Inches in site, upon which
shall be written in letters, at least one inch
long, in the Engli.h and Spanish languages,
the word "small-pox," and if any person cr
persons shall deface, alter, mutilate, destroy
or tear down any such notice without permis
sion of the Health Officer or Hoard of Health,
such person or persons shall be liable foreath
offense, to pay a fine of not less lhan twenty
fire nor more than fifty dollars. The occu
pant of any house upon which such notice be
placed or posted as aforesaid, shall be held
respomiblc for the removal of the same, and
If the same shall be removed without the per
mission of the Health Officer or Hoard of
Health, such occupant shall be subject to the
like fine not less than twenty-fire, not more
lhan fifty dollars; unless he 'shall notify the
Health Officer or Hoard of Health within
twenty-four hours after the removal of such
Sec 19. It shall lie the duty of the Sanitary
Inspectors upon receiving information or ob
taining knowledge of the existence ol any
thing or things herein declared to be nuis
ances by any ordinance, lo notify the person
or persons committing, creating, keeping or
maintaining the same, to remove or cause to
be removed the same within Ihe time pre
scribed by the Hoard of Health or Healih
Officer, and if the same be not removed by
such person or persons, wilhin the lime pre
scribed by said notice. It shall be the duty ol
the Inspector aforesaid to report Ihe ssme to
the Health Officer, who shall have the nuis
ance abated, and the parly dealt with as pre
scribed by law.
Src 20. Each Inspector shall be assigned
to a particular ward and shall be held to a
strict accountability for the faithful discharge
of the duties assigned to him.
Sec. 21. The duties of the Inspectors
shall be to traverse frequently their respective
wards, and carelully note the peculiarities of
topography, population, character of occupa
tion or business conducted therein, and ol the
construction and condition of public build
ings, with regard to their sanitary state, or of
private dwellings, tenement houses, shops,
factories, stables, number of privies, or other
buildings; alto the condition of streets, alleys
or sidewalks, pavements and street gutters,
the relative level of lots and streets and the
system of drainage and sewers in every lot,
street and alley.
Sec. 22. The inspectors shall promptly re
port to Ihe Health Officer any nuisance or
cause of nuisance found to exist In any street,
alley, lane or vacant place, or upon any lot,
yard or grounds, or within any stable, shop,
factory or other building whatsoever, any
offensive or putrlfying substance, any offal or
refuse material, kitchen garbage, stable
manure, or any manner ol filth noisome to the
community or detrimental to the public health
which may have been cast out or permitted to
accumulate or remain; any cesspool, overfull
or leaking, stable or place of business ill-kept,
or drainage of let, street or alley Imperfect, or
tenement house unfit for habitation or over
crowded, cellars or basements damp or foul,
or any instance deserving of attention.
Sec. 23. Inspectors shall, upon findinj any
of the herein enumerated nuisances upon a lot,
notify the tenant in possession, or If unoccu
pied, the owner thereof, if in the city, to abate
Ihe same within such time as the Inspector
shall specify. Should the party notified
neglect or refuse to obey said order, the in
spector shall, by order of the Mayor, have the
said nuisances removed and the cost of such
removal, as well as such fine as the Recorder
shall impose upon, the delinquent, shall be
collected in tne manner provided uy law. All
notices served upon owners, agents or tenants
to abate nuisances shall be in writing and
shall be served In person on such owner.
agent or tenant. The notice served shall
specify the nuisance ordered abated and time
of abatement. Winks for this purpose will be
Hummed an inspectors.
Sec. 24. Each Inspector shall make a
monthly roport in writing to the Secretary of
of the Hoard of Health, in the form directed
by the Hoard.
Sec. 25. Inspectors shall from time to time
perform such other and additional duties as
the Hoard of Health may prescribe.
Sec. 26. The Inspectors shall report the
number of privies In their ward, and the
character of each, also the water closets and
their terminations, whether into cesspools or
side drains leading into main sewers, also the
relative level of tots as compared with the
side drains adjoining, affording good, poor or
no drainage. That every privy and water
closet in his ward be disinfected at least once
each month, or oftener if necessary.
Sec. 27. It shall not be necessary to give
notice to abate the nuisances mentioned in
sections 2, 7 and 8 of this ordinance, before
arresting the persons violating the provisions
of said sections.
Sec. 28. Anv person violating any of the
provisions of this ordinance, either by doing
or causing to be done that which is prohibited,
or by falling to do that which is herein re
quired to be done, upon conviction before the
Recorder, shall be lined in any sum not less
than five ($5) and not more than two hundred
($200) dollars, except wherein any section
hereol prescribes a special penalty for Its
violation. And each and every day the act of
commission or omission continues shall con
stitute a separate offence and subject the
offender to a like penalty.
Sec. 29. All ordinances and parts of ordi
nances in conflict with Ihe provisions hereof
are hereby repealed.
1'assed and approved December its, 1033.
J. II. FRENCH, Mayor.
15. P. Claudon, City Cletk.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cure dypepsl,
indigestion and heartburn.
Sold by James Cluvln and I Orynsxl.druiriilsts.
N. S. BURNHAM, M. D.,
272 Commerce Street,
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
All diseases of Bye and Bar treated in
luont approv ed manner with tho latest nppll
aneeu. Crookod oyos Btralghtonod, artiuoUl
Inaartod u more naturally, etc, etc,.
Xj. I"1 3R. .A. 1ST KZ,
No. 1U Main PItun,
San Antonio, Texas, wholesale dealer and 1
ufuuturer, has tbo larxost stock of
In the city, and gives tbo best value for the
money to bo bad In Texas. Call and soe fur
Commrrrn St., .Year Drlilse.
Has received the lara-cal stock ol ltngllau
French and Oerman goods ever brouaht to this
cltr. All styles and colors. Only Dnit-clnM
tailors employed. Sulla mado up In tho latest
style, at tho lowest poMlbla prices, nnd a per
fect At guaranttod.
Muln l'latK, Sun Antonio. Tir,
Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proprietors.
Daily Hack Line
From Sau .Antonio to Florist lllc
Leaves Han Antonio dailj. at & a. in., SunJuyn
excepted. OUlcoat Central hotel, I. N. 1 taker,
agent. tB-lS-ttl As O. PICKE TT, l'rop.
JAMES T. CL1HKK, I'roprletor,
Iloerne, as a health resort. Is unequalled In
this State or country, especially for pulmonary
and kindred complaints. Tho above hotel Is
now open to vuests for tho fall nnd winter sea
son, and those f avorloir It with thclrpatronngo
will Und everything ns conducive to f heir com
fort as can bo found In Western Texas. Inryo
and spaclous'rooms, with southerly exposure,
wolt furntshod and well ventilated, oponlng on
rernndas 10 feet long-each. Tho lllli:U.Ni:
HOTEL Is dlrectlr oonoslta the stsirn nnim unil
within two minutes' walk of of tbo post and
telegraph oltloes. Mull and first-class stagu
dally. Stages will call for and deliver passen
gers nnd buggngo nt this hotel. 10-iMiu
ATTORiNEY - AT - LAW,
No. 11S Solcdfid Street,
J. C. BREEDING & SON,
r IATiia, mado by tlio National blieet Mela
UooQng Coinptuiy. Soe samples at our ofllco.
SAM C. BENNETT,
' Whnloule and Retail Dealer In
t'IRU WINES, LIQUORS,
Cigars nnd Tobacco, Particular attention
glvon to receiving and selling Wool for my
oustomors. Store on eomor of Main plaza nnd
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
JOHN H. COPELAND,
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
mid Notary l'lilillc.
Office I No. 250 West Commerco street, up
stairs. Practice! In all tko courts. lO-M-lr
L. X. WALTIIAL
WALTHALL & CALLAGUAN,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
San Antonlu, Texas.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
Sau Antoulo. Texas.
Stables Corner ot Avenue B and Houston
atroct. Connected by telephone. A'- ordora
promptly attended to, day or night. Telephone
connection Ho. 000.
No. 23 Soledad Street, Opposito Court House.
Ban Antonio, Texas.
Kcrpg on hand a flue stock nf Watche.
Clocks nnd Jewelry, a wrll-selectod stock of
Spectacles; also, llraitllan Pebbles Hot In Oold
nnd Btlver Frames. Itepalrlng of Kino Watches
a BcclRlty. (M-em
Anil Dealer In Watches,
ti7Calland eiamlno my stock and prluos be
fore buying elsewhere All goods will bo sold
under written guarantee. U. IlKHTznKiin.
BELL & BROS.
No, it Commerce Street.
Silver nnd Plated Wftro,
Watchea and Jowelrr repaired. Charpoa roa-
son a bio. Wu tako uleaaura In ehowlnir our
pood, and purchaser nro invited to call. Bat-
uiticuon warranted. a--u
Watchmaker and jeweler
No. t8 Commirci Strict,
may tl SAN Antonio, TrxAS.
Staehely & Tips
Builders' Hardware, Iron, Steel,
NrtlU, Hone Hhoei, Wood Work.
4ml TooU of lWery lleicrlptlo
3PAINTS and OILS
John T)ocro hand nnd ttlkv ulrtwu. culti
vators, etc. Teuneasoo waxoos and Keaeral
a. r. riiiKiDA,
iu u. priiEiriA,
N, 1. Cor, Commerce und Alamo Sts
Successors to Perclda Ilros., established 1819,
formerly on Markut street. All kinds of re
pairing dono In a Urst-closa manner, 19-13 3m
T. J, Ditons. W. B. Bi
DEVINE & SMITH
BAN ANTONIO, TRXAS.
OIBoo ltooms 7 and 8, Dot ro Building,
Doieuau sircer. win attend to an ousiness
the State and Federal Courts.
" H. KLOCKENKEMPER, "
m Klokcnkeu1pcr. M
Time Card, in Effect July 22.
avo San Antonio bound North nt 7:15 n.
ra, 12:15 p.m. Arrive 83ft p. m. and 8 p. m
Lento for LarodoBp. in., arrlvo from Laredo
Train leaving San Antnnln 7: 11. 'a. in. has
PULLMAN HOTEL OAK
through to St. Louis without chango. Train
leaving Ban Antonio at 12:1) p. m. has Pullman
Palaco Bleeping car to Ht. IxjiiIs.
Two cipross trains dally between
San Antonio, St. Louis, and
Clnso connections at Little Itock for the
Southeast, and In the Union depot, Ht. Louis,
with all express trains.
For tickets, rates, time cards or any Infor
mation npplv to
J. 8. LANDKr. Tlcnct Clerk.
13 Commerco street, San Antonio, Tex.
II. I. lltKllliy, I'aMengor Agent,
0. W. McCULLOUflH, A. 0. 1. A
St. Louis, Mo
It. M. II0X1B. Third Vlcol'resldent,
St. Louis. Mo.
lly vUltlnn this wholesale nnd retail estab
lishment you will Ond their largely
assorted stock of
) HlVUIVlllUUj UllVIIUUUlUj
holographic material, spoiiRe, chamnU
iklas, etc.. frnb supplied, also, oletrant Ujlet
et, toilet BOApf, colognea, perfumes, tooth
powder, hair and tooth bruihcn, toilet
powder, etc. 13 -10-Ira
Royal Havana Lottery.
December 24, 1883.
Number for Number Prize Tor Prize
With 1..VO additional prizes.
Only 15.000 Tickets. 2204 Prizes.
: Prizes, $iV) i Kcli.
Approximations S.V) each to tho
0 Approximations 325 each to tho
2 Approximations (25 each to tho
t l,UO prize
2 Approximations $25 each to the
704 rrlzcsaa above, being tho full num
ber In tho Itovat llavuiin. and
150U Additional Prizes of V each to tho
joio iicacia nnring as nn cnuing
llguro tho terminal unit of the
number drawing tbo Capital I'rlzu
of I3,UU0 T,6flO
,201 Prlzor, amounting in V. B. gold to, .$ (0,735
Ticket., SIS.OO, Halves, 03.no, Fifth., St. 00.
Tho Itoval Havana official list docldea every
rrlzo. Subject to no manipulation, not con
rolled by tho parties in interest, honestly
raanngcu, u is "u laircai. siiunroBi anu dcbi
thing that could bo conceived.
Sco that the namo UOULD li CO., Is on the
ticket. Nono others aro gonulno.
ALL PKIZE3 PAID ON PUK3ENTATION
For Information and particulars address o-
ISIS llroadway.Now York CHy.
tsa East ltandolnh Street, Chicago 111.,
Or W. IV. WAI.LINO.
No. 8 West Commerco Strcot and
mo. e Aiaiao riaia Ban Antonm
MUKl'HY & SIIELTO.V,
Office, Corner Houston Si Acoqqla Street.
San Antonio. Toxns. ?
P. SID JONKH, T.I1.IIEUDT1A, OSCAHIlKIIOaTnOU.
(Successors to Phil Del.)
P. HID JCflSTEScfeCo.
Burial cases and caskets of every descrip
tion. Otnoo lUum street, opposlto Men per
hotel. Telephone 180 day or uls-ht. Under
taker's Omeo at -'18 East Houston tit. vKJl-tj
MAMrtltlNO HOWARD.drotter) see No.
11. J. TrvHor's catalogue, Lexington, Kr. II
Is a blooded bay, 10 bands high, weighs 1901)
pounds. Servlco, S25.
KNIGHT OF ST. IflUIS (thoroughbred)
si rod by (1 lendowcr, dam by lipsllon, see llruco s
Ame.ican Stud Hook, volumo e,pagoS58. He
la a dark choatnutsorrol. Servlco, jia,
DICK (Kentucky Jack), 15 handa.hlgb, wolgbj
900 pounds. WlH cover maroe or jounets.
Short-horn thoroughbred cattle, Ited Bulla,
by twenty-eighth London Duke, Lexington,
JCy. Services, $10.
Bpnng season, February 1. Terras cash. Bor
Tleos paid when marcs taken away, and if not
with foal, havo tho privilege to return the next
season f roo ot charge. Stock delivered at Al
fred Heaves', Main Plaza, will bo taken oil.
brought baek without cost.