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THOMAS II. JOHNSON.
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Friday, February 13. 1885.
Tim correspon'Ienta are galn Riving
the proposed Aransns roatl a big boast.
Jf they krep It up there will be ery
little left to be learned by the public rc
gnrdlng the enterprise.
The Dallas World Is the latest In the
Held of dally morning papers, and Is
served with telegraphic none by the
United l'rrss nasoclallon, through tho
Ilaltliuoro mid Ohio telegraph line.
The Light wishes the World unbounded
Tint extra olllclousness about tender
ing Vice I'resldcnt-elect Thomas A.
Hendricks the freedom and hospitalities
of San Antonio Is somewhat premature,
when It Is known that he Is now at
home, having left New Orleans on Mon
day, anil arrived In Cincinnati on Wed
nesday morning, and leaving there for
Indianapolis the same evening.
Oail Hamilton Is reported aaenylng
that Mr. Illalne takes n livelier interest
In political affairs now than ever before,
lie ought to, because he has had about
all the honors it was possible for the
Hepnbllcan party to give him, and now
In Its defeat Is the time It needs to have
careful, prudent leaders, who will take
R lively Interest In the events or the day.
'I'm: slate or affairs In the Illinois
Legislature look very much like a con
tinuation or the beginning made In the
ballot box (tuning In Chicago Immedi
ately after the election. General Logan
Is the choice or the Republicans ot the
State and or the nation, and the unfair
means resorted to to defeat him are not
creditable to the men engaged In the
A WAdiixaTox correspondent relates
the following: "Tom Iteed, of Maine,
became entangled In a knot of Demo
crats while leaving the House or Kepre-
sentatlvea the other day. One or them !
asked him what he thought or the pros
pect for Arthur's successor. 'Wa-al,' he
drawled In the nosal twang peculiar to
Maine Yankees, 'this feller Cle-eve-land
he's agoln to ha-ave a hell or a time
nnd he'll never know It.' "
Tub matter or charges against City
Attorney Newton seems to bo getting
Into a very interesting position. At
the meeting yesterday, much lllllbuster
Ing, In a mild way, was Indulged In,
but another meeting will be held
on Saturday morning, at which the
Investigation will be' made. H Mr.
Newton Is Innocent, the proceedings
will not damage him In the least. If ho
Is guilty he should be Impeached.
Sijf Antonio baa been decided upon
as the next meeting or the State l'rees
association. The proposed excursion to
New Orleans was abandoned. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Professor
T.J, Girardeau, editor or the Houston
Journal, President; Judge J. II. Davis,
of the Mount Vernon Herald, First Vice
President! II. V. Hamilton, or the Tyler
Democrat-Keporter, Second Vice Presi
dent; William Ferguson, editor or the
San Antonio Times, Third Vice Presi
dent; O. E. Gilbert, Abilene Reporter,
A rnizB or 10 guineas waa ollercd by
the Pall Mall Gazette for the list oft he
10 greatest living Englishmen, divided
Into 10 olasses. Some 1500 persons cent
In their Judgments. The greatest unani
mity was found In the one or Mr. Irving,
who heads the poll with 1337 votes; 1Ord
Wolscley as greatestGencral came next,
with 1000; Mr. Sala as Journalist, Mr.
Mlllals as painter, each received be
tween 800 and WO Totes, Mr. Ituskln as
writer received C09 voles. The voting
on the others was more scattered. Non e
or the rest received a majority or I ho
Tiik fpiestlon or protection In the
South la rapidly gaining ground, nnd
Mr. Itandall, as tho leader of that Men,
In the Democratic party, Is looked upon
with much admiration and respect. The
Wheeling, Va., Register, says ot him:
"Common interesta aro n bond. Mr.
Itandall, with the genius of truo states
manship, would strengthen that bond
by dealing wllh the great problems of
to-day; by uniting In fellowship the
Slates nllh kindred interests and re
source, nnd by advancing nntl pniinot
Ing'lhc prosperity of all In his ellurts for
good general government, economically
and wisely ndmlnlstcreil. Mr. Itandall,
with the exception of Samuel J. Tllden,
Is the master mlnil, the most national
man, the wisest statesman of tho Demo
A coniiKM'OMPhST or the Galveston
News aa) a tho attempt to regulate tho
railroads by the Legislature has practi
cally regulated the cotton business out
of the Slate. Ho soys : "Wero the rail
roads at liberty to IK their own rates
from competitive points to our markets
this would not happen, 'then the ship
per would obtain tho benefit of healthy
com pet It Ion between our own and out
sldo markets, which ho Is practically de
nied as long as rates within the Slate
aro prohibitory as compared with
through rates to distant points. Thus,
another alngular thing nbout the law Is
that nobody Is bcnclltedhy It except the
transportation companies reaching out
side the Slnle. Through It the factor Is
ruined, thowhnlesalo merchant sees Ills
trade slipping away from him, tho Inte
rior merchant can no longer obtain ad
vances, our Stain railroad companies are
out of pocket, and tho producer himself
Is deprived or the bcnellt of a tree and
competing market nt home, nnd to does
not get nil his cotton Is worth."
Tiik Linnr received n pleasant call
yesterday from Colonel Stlllwell II. Rus
sell. Tho public, at largo Is cognizant
of the recent past history of this gen
tleman, nnd his record ns I'nltcd States
Marshal. Mr. Russell Is one of tho few
men In this bustling world who had the
moral stamina nnd the courage to sutler
punishment by reason or his trusts In
his suhordlnntes. A victim or circum
stances nnd thosplto or n few men In
tho department of justice, they exerted
all the machinery of tho law In order
Hint Justice should not bo shown Mm.
A Blnglo line from President Arthur re
stored Mm to home and friends, and
from the tlmo he crossed the border of
tho State to his arrival In San Antonio,
lie has met with nothing but generous
receptions nnd cordial greetings. Hut ho
does not comn back with n grievance,
nor does he proclaim that ho has any
settlements to make wllh anyone. 1'uli
llo opinion long ago exonerated hi in
from nny complicity In tho acts which
deposed him from olllclal life, nnd time
will proo that those who wero lnslru
mentnl In his persecution will renllo
that they lmo bulldcd him up.
"Tin: Democratic party," says tho
New Vork Tribune, "would like to es
cape responsibility, If possible, and still
In order to elect persons to tho Senato
and the House, It must nt least make n
show of doing what It supposes tho peo
ple want. Hence, wo havo Reagan 'In-ter-Stnte
Commerce' bills and measure!
to tuko from the United States courts
the power to determine whether con
tracts with the Government havo been
fullllled by railway companies, nnd
other measures or the same sort In great
number. H the Democratic: parly wero
wise, It would put such hills Into the
waste basket, and would set Itself to re
vive publlo conlldence in lis good sense
nnd patriotism. Hut the Democratic
party Is not wise. The valuable advice
which that party receives from the peo
ple who do not wnnt to see It wreck
Itseir oir-hand by trying to meddle wllh
everything under the sun does not seem
to do It much good. Most of tho men
who make the party what It Is owe their
places In Congress and In public llfo to n
prolonged and persistent appeal to the
Ignorance and the prejunices or certain
classes. It Is not likely that thev will
change their line of operntlons'nll at
once, cutting oil' their own heads by do
ing so. In order to give their party n bet
llv reason of a press of other business
the Linni'D annual for 18S3, was delayed
publication until the last two weeks.
Copies wero mailed to the State press,
and tim following aro the llrst echoes
regarding Its appearance:
The Sax Antonio I.inui'rf Annual for
IWIa a beauty. Nothing or the sort
hna been receled nt this olllce surpass
nglt In elegance and taste. The l.iiuii
Is llrst rate In everytldngexcept politics
Iroin a Demooratlostnndpolnt. fAus
Tho "Annual Almanac" of tho Sin
A.monio Light for 18S.1 Is an elegant ad
dition to temporary literature, and Is
highly creditable to our enterprising 1
contemporary. Houston Journal. I
The Sin Anionio Lkhit might ns well i
have been content to rest for nn entire
12-month upon the enconlums drawn I
from Its contemporaries by the appear- I
ance or Its most excellent holiday edi
tion: but It is like thn hnv tl,t .......I !
through the Alpine village, bound to
reach tho 6uinmltcr "bust." and taxes
our powers ol doing the handsome bv
sending the Times lis Annuel, which fa
n literary gem In hook form, profusely
illustrated, and abounding in choice
descriptive sketches. KvTdently the
Liuiit has chosen Kxcclslor for a motto,
and Is living stpiarely up to tho anme.
Wo have received a copy of the Sa
Ayiosio I.ifiiiT Annual for 18S3, which
la not only handsomely gotten up, but
contalna an abundant amount of useful
Information, and displays a spirit ot en
tcrprlseon llio part of Olllbrd, Johnson
& Inter, that 1b highly commendable,
and provca that they are publishers that
are abreaBtof the times. Port Scott.
The San Antonio Lioht has Issued an
Annual for 18S3. handsomely printed
nnd Illustrated, a book similar In ile
algn and nature to the Annual Issued by
the hvenlng Herald In January. Ily the
way, the Lioiirehows unmistnkable evi
dence of prosperity nnd popularity,
i ort Scott, Konsas, Herald.
One or (he finest establishments that
Van Antonio, ir not Texas, can boast of
Is the Art Gallery ofC. II. Mueller, at
203 Commerco street. Hero can be had
artist's and draughtmen's materials, of
both domestlo and imported ktnda. En
gravings, cbromoa and paintings aro on
hand, In nn endless variety. Plctnre
frames, mouldings and materials for
freacoandalgn palntlngln large varletlea
China decorations and material for wax
flowers In a large assortment. Mr.
Mueller recelvea direct from factorlca
large shipments of paints, oils and other
material In that line, na well ns window
Slass. and lino domestlo and Imported
ecoratlve wall paper are specialties In
his establishment. J2-i:)-ly
A Sptsndld Bargain.
A well Improved farm, altualeil two
hundred yards from atallon at Moore
Hollow, on the International railroad, In
a good, healthy country, containing
1 100 acres of land all under fenco ; 0." In
cultivation, a good frame housoofalx
rooms, dining room and kitchen, all sur
rounded by gallery ; stable, barns, bath
house ; garden, ail In good order; water
from n tank nnd well; to be sold for
ensh. If desired some cattlo and horses
will bo sold on tho place at their mar
ket value; possession given at short
notice. Tlllo perfect and warranted.
Kor particulars address or call on "L.
(J.," care T. II. Johnson, Liaiit office.
Vslulble Unds for Sale.
(110 acres on tho Leona rHer, about
2.i0 acres Irrigable; inesqulto timber
plentiful; situated 8 ml leu below Uvalde
on the west aide. All the Improvements,
with augar mill, $.m00. Address "L. C,"
care thla office.
000 acres on the Rio Krlo, partly Irri
gated from the Frio river. Situated In
Uvalde county, 12 miles from railroad.
About IKK) tkcra under good fence. Ad
dress "L. C.," this olllce. 1-31-lf
An Important Dlseovery.
Tho most Important discovery Is that
which brings the most good to the great
est number. Dr. Kings New Discovery
Tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds will
preserve llio health anil snvo life, and Is
n priceless boon to the nllllcted. Not
only does It positively cure Consump
tion, hut Coughs, Colds, Hronchltla,
Asthmn, Hoarseness and all nllectlons of
the Throat, Chest and Lungs yield nt
onco to Its wonderful curatlie powers.
If you doubt this, get a trial botllo free
at Itlcc Hro. & Co.'a drug store.
A Cough or Cold, If not promptly at
tended to, may result In nn Incurable
lung disease. Kor all diseases or the
throat, breast and lungs, bronchial or
asthmallo nllectlons, MOltLKY'S TWO
HIT COUGH SYRUP Is a pleasant nr.d
certain cure. It promotes cxpeotorn
Hon nnd removes nil diseased matter
which obstructs the lungs, the ulcera
tion Is healed, and the aufl'erer Is re
stored to perfect health. Ask V. Kal
te)or & Son for It, nnd take none other.
An End to Bone Scraping.
Kdwnrd Shepherd, of llarrlsburg. III.,
says : "Having rccelv ed so much bene
fit from Klectric Hitters, I feel It my duty
to let (tillering humai.lly know it, Havo
had a running sore on my leg for eight
years; my doctors told mo I would have
to have my bono scraped or amputated.
I used, Instead, threo bottles of Klectric
Hitters and seven boxes Hucklcn'a Ar
nica Salve, and mv leg Is now round and
well." Klectric Hitters arc sold nt Wa.
n botllo nnd Hucklen's Arnica Salve nt
23c. per box by Rice Hros. it Co.
All common Colds, Coughs, common
Sore Throat, and soreness of the whole
system, Asthma, tightness or the chest,
Headache, and all other atl'e otlons of the
chest and lungs, that would lead to seri
ous difficulties, are Immediately relieved
and cured In n few days, and often few
hours, by a Tew doses of MOltLKY'S
TWO-HIT COUGH SYRUP. Ask for
it. Sold by '. Knltcycr & Son.
Bucklen's Arnica Ssive.
Tho best salvo In the world for Cuts,
llrulses, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions,
nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Prlco
23 cents per box. For sale by Rico Hros.
Muslo for Balls and Parties.
The Frank 1). Zottarelll Company will
furnish llrst class music throng
out the coming season tor balls nnd par
ties. The band Is composed of the best
talent In the city nnd will-Insure satis
faction whenever called upon. Give us
n trial. Addreas 012, Avenue K. 10-23-3m
A Thing of Beauty li a Joy foreverl
Hut no diseased woman can long re
main beautiful; hence, procure a bottle
of Creole Female Tonlo before tho roses
fade from your cheeks. It Is nn Infnlll
blo cure for nil tho Ills that femnle flesh
Is heir to. A. Diius,
1 or anle by Rice Hros, nnd nil drug
For Goodness Sake,
Don't say I told you, but If you'll not
tell, I'll tell you that 1 am giving music
lessons nt "bed rock" prices. Just think,
SI per inonth for lessons of the ilnest
llnlsh and texture. Come right along
and take advnntage of this "dull limes"
oiler. Call and see me ami be convinced,
nt 402 Acequla street, San Antonio,
'lexna. Mm. M. J. Galpin.
To cure Hllllousness, Dyspepsia and
Sick Headache, when these disorders nro
caused by impurity of the blood, to
create an appetite and glvo tone to tho
digestive and assimilative organs; to
eradicate all unhealthy tumors from the
blood, and for tho lassitude and debility
peculiar to the summer. MORLKY'a
T-N-S TONIC CORDIAL, the Great
System Renovator, la unequnled.
Drunkenness, or the Liquor Habit. Can Be Cured
ny Administering Dr. Haines' Colden Specific.
It can bo alien In a cnnnf Anirn, . -ill.
out Iho knowledao of the person (akin it,
coliolle wreck. Thousand) of drunkards have
ran in aiio lemperaio men who nave taken llio
tlolden Mnecltio In their coffee wltlnut their
knowledge, and to-dar tiellove they null
drlnkln it their own freo mil. No harmful
elTccta result from Ita administration. I'nrs.
iruarantm'd. Circulate snd testlmoulala acnr
"ST ,.4'Wr! I"I.1)EN Ber-cirio l o,
10-17 urn tod 185 Haco St. Cincinnati, O.
This name baa Ijecomoin familiar with tho
inoat ot people throuirout the United mates
t ut I Is hardly neerssirr Instate that he H
ine nrhrlnator of ihe great Dr. Ilosanko Uouuli
nnd l.unir Sjruiuho people's favorite rem.-.
nptlon and all affcctlona of tho Thtoatand
Cure for I'llei. !
I'lles ro frequently precodod by a aoneo of '
wc ant lu tho back, loins and lower part of tho
abdomen, causing the patient to auppnso ho
baa anme atlectlon of the kldneya or ncVlibor
ingorffana At tlmea. ejmptotna of Indlg-ee. j
the stomach, elo. A ,ni.i., niV? ."liS I
ti n ,lon,'ftnt CI0' A moisture, llko pcrsplra-
!!,'." fn i"r'.H i!?' 11 a ,V? common attend!
ant. llllnil, IIIi kJIdb: and Ili-hlnir IMIeajrleM at
onco to the application of Dr. Ilosaoki-a I'llo
llemedir, which acts directly upon the parta
f'fj'i."?,0'1"" , Tumors, allarlnf tho
Intense Itcblnir and ,rJocilnir a l.eh.aiiinl
S.U'S Mr'S?'i W ""'a. Address, The Dr. flo
saoko Medicine Oo .Piaua. (). Sold hy 0
Boaaso. Si &) James ClaTlri lt'ulond i Co'
V,I'.,l'allTaai found It to bj an lumedlato
relief for lllack Ilo cattlo by SuinithSra
from '5 to to drops Internally iVapWlnr
once or twice cilernally torartsaffiytijl.
ruttercup, Wllllsason Co., Tex'i
Bell & Bro's
No.2St Commerce Street,
Site and Plated Ware,
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges
reasonable. We take pleasure In show
ing our goods, and purchasers are Invited
to call. Satisfaction warranUd. 12-4-ly
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. IS Com turret' Street.
SAN ANTONIO, - TKXAS.
THOS. HAUGHTON, M.D.
Office-402 E, Houslon SI,, Up Stairs,
SAN ANTONIO : ! .TKXAS.
Special attention to Chronlo Diseases,
Throat and Lungs, and Disposes of
Women nnd Children, 12-12-tf
J.onx I Kaiii, Cashier,
Traders National Bank,
SOI CnmirKree Mreet,
SAN ANTONIO, : : TKXAS.
Transacts n general blinking business.
ll'Aoffwife mid ,ti,itl
Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster
NO. 14 COMMERCE STREET.
lmimtaluM uf I'ltnth mid KnglVuh tMr
Mttant a tjircmllii, Cvftic jmtxhal ami
gntuml ffrj iny. 71 im of all fiaiha ami
Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirietors.
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
K. C West'a Ncrvn and llnhT.I.,..,
(uar'iiui-d "pccino for ll).turla. Dtalneaa,'
aobe. Neryuils Prostration caused ty iho mi
... niuuNiu iir iiioawo. uakeru'ncas. Mintil
Dcprtsilon, g( ttcnlnir of the llralu, rcaultlnir
in Inaanlty and Icadlna; to misery, decay aod
death, I'iPnMture Old Aire, Wcnno.a, LSaa
of Power in either aci, InvoWn'ary LosKaand
Bwrmati'rrhcea caused hy oyer-caeitlon or
ho brain, aclt-abuio or ovcr-ln ulgcnc-e. liich
box contains one month's tnalmcnt. it eu a
boir.orslx Iwics for $3C0, sent by mull pre
paid on receipt of prlro. '
WK OUAUANll:l SIX IIO.VES
to cure any case. With eanh order rotelvi d
by us for alz boars aocompiuilcd with 1500,
we will send the purchaser our wrltt -n ituiir.
does uottllocta rurn (lutranto'ilMuitdonlr
r3 W. Ma'dlsnrt tit Chlcairo, Ytl.
3 esv ftSa?K
j WHITE ELEPHANT i
Main I'Uih. Kao Antenlo Tetas
Fruit Trees For Sale. !
Flrat-oinaa two year old trees at tic
lonowing prices ;
Ornamental Treee, Kvcrgreena and
Shrubs at extremely low prices. Um
brella China Trees, all slzea, at
24 Q EAST CO MM EHCESTn EET.
W. H. OUTf ERSIDE &C0,
ao, us Houston smrr,
Plumbers & Gas-Fitters,
Water nnd Steam Brass Goods,
II cr .tpnaratus Aronts for CHAMPION
IIKW fk.n'cr COMPANY.
EYE, EAR, THROAT.
. D. 0. BtACMr,
I.i to Purjreon to tbo Now York Ophthftlmlr,
leMod and corrrtt fflnatf prcdchbou.
OFF I UK 403 J.. HOUSTON HTHUKT.
OiUcoIIouri' 8 to 13 m.; .1 in 5 p. m. Xo
nfh hour on Sunday, Iloftidonco IS!"! Han
t'cilro Avoouo. Telephone U7, ti?-MJm
! irviiUn fr'rlfsar I uil tnff.rmMlun.aslilrrM CbVVf
tuttrm Ik it Ou., im Wuiiintctou fii, uitf4ro, lit
kovTiIthe time Wplant""
I beg leave toannounco to tho public
nnd my customers generally that I have
established mv depot for tho delivery of
nil Kinds of Trees, Shrubbery nnd Tot
I'lnntBat No. S Wr.tr Houston Siiikct,
near bridge. All parlies having already
given ordera lll pleaso.call and get
their stock. w. y. lll.AIll,
MMm Foin Scott NuimtitY.
251 COMMERCE STREET.
Books, Stationery, Periodicals,
l'mma lllrthday Cards, Kino Auto
graph Albums, Scrap llookB, Juvenile
Hooks, Etc. 8.1 1.Cm
A, II. SIIAIEH S.D. im.MIKN.JIt.
A. H. Shafcr & Cc.
31 Uet Commerce St. Telephone 370
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
'1)1 start you In work that
rthlntr duo In America. All bout tho I'MCi
enwhere, of either
only, to work for us at
Si Co rortlaml, Malno.
F. GROOS &. CO.,
And Dealers in Exchange,
HAN ANTONIO, i , Ii:XAS
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.'
Telephone 3S, Orders Promptly Killed.
CARTER & MULLALY,
I 4 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA
I runarals FutnUliait With C.ery Ilaqolsl ft
I Bpoclal attention alven to forwardtnir bodlea
I fall partaof thollnluxisutes. aarTclephODe
cifnoectlon. Calls attended day cdnUbu
VfHOLESALK JSD RETAIL,
"The Orlatniat 'ffanal" atnd "flu. ftnil Vrsont" Itouta.
THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
A7 HOURS FTOl HOUSTON TO NEW YORTfi?
W I ARH1VIHC HOtlRI IK ADVSNCE Of AMY BIVSl llflt, U I
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Coaches!
San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans
Making close and rclialile connections In New Orleans with all lines
diverging for all points In the Knit and North.
J " TrajraRTOGH CALimNIAROUTE j
f o n
San Francisco, Los Angeloa, Sacramento and Oregon and
Washington Territory Points.
The Direct Route to New Mexico and Arizona I Shortest Line to City of Mexico !
Trains Lonvo San Antonio nt 0:05 n. m. and 7:15 p. m.
Arriving at Now Orloana at 7:30 a. m. and 8:25 p. m.
QUICK TIME !
Fon KunTitr.n inioiimatiox cam. ox on adurksi
P. A'. 7i7(7r, 1ntngcr Agent, jr. C. AllCJIKn, 1W.it Agent.
San AntouU, Ttxa. Kampmann Ituilding. San Antonio.
Or T. W. PEIHOE, Jr., O. P. A., HOUSTON, TEXAS.
MISSODRI PACIFIC RAILWAY SYSTEM.
International and Great Northern R. R. Division.
Schedule in Effect December 23, 1 SS4.
For St. I.oul8, via -Missouri Pnclflo
For St. Louie, via St. Lottie, Iron Mountain and Southern.,
lor Laredo ,,
From St. I.oula (Missouri Faolflc)
From St. Louie (Iron Mountain) .
Two Express Trains Dally Between San Antonio, Austin 'and St. Lonls.
Woae connection) at lAtttt Rock for the Southcatt, ami in the Union Depot, St. Ifiuit,
imM Exprctt Trains in all Directions. For ticlett or any further information apply to
J. J. CHEW, rtcet.l((snt,2BCuinmfrSt.,Sinntonl).
II. i Ilt'UIIKS, Vamnatr Aoenl, Jfourfon, Tcjtae.
II. W. McCULLOUail, Hcnrra! luuntKrAtit, Oaleetton, Tela.
THE CITY COAL AND WOOD COMPANY,
Corner Avenue D and Sixth Street, San Antonio,
r prepared to deliver and enter Into contract!
for tho supply of tho bolt
Hard Coals, Cord and Stove Wood,
TI'.I.KPIIO.Ni: NO. .180.
Block leaving ijctcwyf
:)(X1 AND 308 SOUTH LA1IKDO STltEKT, SAN ANTON'IO.
WALTER SCOTT, PROPRIETOR.
Walter Soott baa no partner In hie paving business. He baa the only faotory
In San Antonio. Laye the Four-Inch Mock, and (ruaranteea hie work for live
jeara. lias contracted for enough MusquiiK Timiikii to pave the whole olty.
Call on him for estimates.
J. B. Belohradsky & Co.'s
SAN ANTONIO CITT BREWERY.
$1,000 REWARD $1,000 "
Will be paid to any one who will find adulteration of anything
whatsoever in our Beer. We furnish Pure Goods and Defy
Outside Competition. Bottled beer delivered to anv oart of
the city or country.
J. H. KAMPMANN, President. LOUIS S.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
O. IF1. FPtoinEEPli
Practical BookBinder and Ruler-
Opp. Court IIoiihc, Solcdnd St., Snn Antonio.
All Mnda or Illnillnir and ltulln(,Mloneltlt ntatnrse, ilnrablllty and tllapatch
Cotnpetlllon In prices ilelled. ' 1
CM a. trj.
7:45 p. m.
8:30 a. in.
..10:35 p. m.
.. 7:45 p. m.
.. 7:00 p. m.
Charcoal, Kindling, Cedar Posts.
BERG, Secretary and Business Manner.