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ItAII.UOAll TIMi: TAIILK. Internntlunal nnd Orcnt Nortlie LEAVES ARIIIVKa. 1M A in. 8.1" p. in. Uil.'ip.m. aa; p. ra. Mil p. m. 7:1.1 a. m. Western Intension (lalvr.toll. llarrl.blirfE hii1 Bali Anlo I l.r.AVES. I "aiihiv Houston (r.jprcM) "iM a. in. ilomloti-iJIIsed). . p. in. I O.U) i in-tin i Advorlisliig Directory. Tllomln)' i-nisinontli- lv. Applications neuibcrslilp to ho ad drcsscu. to tliv Him icrary. 'NHIHT3 PYTHIAS, Hlk Lodgo No. M, V. inrotsuvcrrTliiirduyat7::i p. m. (U Fireman's Hull. Vlsltlnir brethren wolcoino. BUXAH IIKNI:V()I.IINT ASSOCIATION allows tnctiibois $u weekly In sickness, atreiith. Initiation Ico tS m, monthly futr scrlptkm fin cents. Meets first Hnil third Wed nesday In each month, nt gotnnicra & Peter ion's hull. It. K. IIOND. President. PAl'I, IIOYIIK. (leneral Secretary. W. VOLI.DtlECItT. JIUTJI & VOLLIJUEOIIT, PXALEIID IN HAEDWAEE, AOIIICULTUHAt. IMPLEMENTS, Wooden and Willow Wnro, Paint, Oils, Var nishes, llrushcs, etc. A specialty mado of David Landrcth & Sons' Clardon and Flower Seeds. Also 0 iittu Porclm I tendy Mixed Paints. 310 Crociiott Illock, Alamo 1'larn, SAN ANTONIO TIIXAS. llosack & Newton, s, Auctioneers, Commission Merchants nnd (If crul Collectors. tfT Havo largo storo rooms for Conslgn menlsat 21 goledadstrce.t, opposite con rt house. Directory of the Churches Services nro held at tlio following named churchea in llnsclty owry (Sunday. Protestant Uplncopal-Bt. Mark's Cathedral, cast sldo of Trusts square, lliiiiif Hev. It. W. II. Illllott, lllslitip of thoilhxineof Western Texas; Very Itev. Walter It. Itlilnrdson, Dean. Morn ing services at 11 o'clock 1 us ruing tcrvltoiii H o'cloeks Friday ecrvlcu ut op. in.; timidity school ut ti.tsl a. 111. St. John's Chapel, dlvlno service nt !i o'clock p. 111, and Sunday school nt 4 p. 111. St. I.uku's Chapel Sunday school at U a. ui. Methodist llnlscnpal Church South-Solediid sticet. Itev. w. .1. Young, pastor. Service ut II II. 111. uud b p. 111, Sunday school ut it n. 111. Tenth Street Church, near Sunset dcpot.Sun- day school at till. lit. Trinity Methodist Kplicnpal Church, cor. Pe can street and avenliu 0. Services Sunday ut 11 u. 111. lind TtlMp.in. Itev. W, S. Inlklnbllry, pastor. Sabbath school at 3.0(1 p. m., Col. It. M. Moore, superintendent. Pruycr mid pralso incct'ng Wednesday ut 7.00 p. 111. Oerman M. P.. Church Ktien l'.er (Icrimin M I!, church, Vllllta street, Itev. 11. Iiosdnil, pas tor. Sen Ices on Sunday ut 10.UI 11. in. 11 111 1 0 p. III. Wednesday evening services 11 7 o'clock. Sunday school at U a. 111. r.r-t l'rpglivtflrliili Church, corner Houston ami Noith Florcs sirccls. Itev. J.W. Nell, pas tor. Sunday services ut II 11.111. uud t) p.m. Sun day sellout am u. in. Kov. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In Herman In the First Presbyterian Church every siinuu; morning ut ti o'clock. Ucsldcuco No. sil'l, Nortl Florcs street. Madison sciuaro Presbyterian Church. Itov. W. II. lluchuiian, pastor. Services ovcry Sab bath at thu chapel ut 11 o'clock a. in. and .it) p 111. Sibbuth school at 4 p. in. 11.11. pastor. Itcsldcnco No. 1(1 Jefferson street. Preachlug uvery Sabbath at 1 1 11. 111. and 7 P. 111. Subbath school DM 11. 111., 1!. C. l.t erutt, super- icuuuui. Christian Church, corner Houston andSt.Ma ry'sstrcets; lllder 1). Pennington, Pastor.. Ser vices overy ounuay at ri u. 111. uuu 0. p. m. Lutheran St. John's Church, corncrof Nuova and Pecan sticets. Itev. A. Wleder, pastor. cervices ut ju a. m. llornan Catholic. Cathedral of San Fernando, between Malnnnd Military plazas. Very Itev J, IJ.Narez. lllshon. llov. 1,. (Jenulin. Driest. Low mass at 7 a. in. High muss ut 10 u. 111. Vespers 4 p. 111 St. Marv's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col- legoaireuts. Very Itov. T.J. Johnson, pastor. a' p.m. St. Josenh's (Herman) Church, east sldo Ala incda street, between Alamo uud Uonlium sts. Very llev. 11. 1'ctlerkoru. i.ow muss 7 u. in, JligU mass lua. m. vespers iusj p. m. St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west side Vlcto- rtiialrect. Iinlween Hecnnil unit Third streets. Very Itcv, Stanislaus Woiclcchowoskl, High mass iu a. in. ospers t p. in, Ursullna Convent Church. Auausta St. Itov 1". M. llutrord, rector. Low mass 11:30 u. 111. Sun uay scuooi v u. 111. v cspers 4 p. ui. COLOICXD CIIUIICIIIM. Free Mission Iluptlst, Lnvurra street, Fourth Ward. Itov. J, W, William, pastor, rvlccB every Sunday ut 3 and U p. m. Prayer meeting ovcry 'iuesuuy, uuu picuciung ar. s p. 1 Thursdays. St. Paul Methodist, cast Alameda slrcct. Her j.iv. tunics, pustur. Dcrviccs uvery ouuuuyi und Wednesday und Friday nights. African Methodist Church, oppnelto Santa pastor. ' Macedonia Ilaptlst Church, Pecan street, Itcv 111 4 uuu s u cineK p. in. rjauujin scuooi.ui u u, in. Services Thuisday night and prayer meet. Five Cents Pavs for one glass and 10 cents for a schooner. and 10 cents w 111 pay for the Lioht for a whole weok. m Moonlight nt the Springs. Thero Is not a liner placo In tho country 1 nleflsura and cnJoiment than tho Sail Peil Springs park, Thu bcuutlful moonlight nights added to tho fresh icrtuuiua of spring und summer uowcrs, aim 1110 sweer musiu as ron dcrod by tho Spring bund inuku it tho realiza tion 01 an uartiuy p.irauua. c-iu-tr, The Cuuse of Failure. Want of confidence accounts for half of tho nuslness failures of to-day. u. Schasso. A Ilrclss and L. Orynskl, druggists, arc not liable, to full for thu want of contldouco In I)r Uosan ko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, for thoy glvo away a uumo icco 10 nil wnoarosuuerui Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Consumption u atlccllous of the '1 hroat anil Lungs. SEASIDE ANDMOUNTAIN. Cape May now growl rrnrc animated ch week. There are fewer Adirondack tourists thliycir than list. Saratoga 1 losing Its reputation for beinc free with its mineral water. Silk and salin covers for piper-covered novels are the latest (hlnr-s out. Cape May this summer boasts of some very expert swimmers among Its Isuy visitors. Mrs. Orundy says that lawn tennis seems to have degenerated into simply a meeting for flirts. Niagara hackfnen are behind in their re ceipts this year. Visitors find it easier and more economical to walk than ride. There are Co hotels, varying in aire and ad vantages, now on the shores of Lake George for the benefit ol summer tourists. They are becoming more and more English every day at Newport. Some of the advance swells are already dropping their "lis." Atlantic Cily this sunnier is apt to give the people the pink-tye. There ate more pink dresses theie than in any other cit in the country. . Society Ltdies at New London have come to the conclusion that tenr.ls requires too much exertion, ami so they have abandoned that game. Some Japanese nobles are creating a sensa tion at Lake George, where their costumes no doubt add to the "brilliancy of the season." It is a singular fact that the most unittrac tive and "scrawny" women at the watering places are most indelicate in their style of dress. More patience is wasted during the summer In trying to catch a single fish that would serve a man all the year il reserved for emer gencies. There is a Western woman at Saratoga with her fourth husband. She is a blaze of dia monds, and has a regular Sarah Ilernhirdt wardrobe. They are having "tournaments of love and beauty" at the Virginia Springs. These are favorite tntertalnments among the Southern belles and bcaui. A Fifteen Hundred Foot Waterfall. rom tho Portland (Oicgou) Nows. A recent discovery on the head of the Cow litz river establishes the fact that Washington Territory can now boast of the grandest water; fail in the known world, its height being 1500 feet. The Nooksack Indians assert positively that water laws higncr man tne taiiesj; nr, pine or cedar tree are to be lound on the extreme head waters of the Nooksack river, in this county. As that section or the county has never yet been explored by white men, there is no good reason lor doubting the statement. 1 rom the comparison given by e Indians these falls must be at least 47? feet In height, which would lay over the famous Snoqualmt? falls, of Kings county, by at least 2CO lect. Profits on Beer, 'rnm the St. Louis ltepiibllean. A number of members of the house of dele gales were sitting in the ante-room last even ing, when the conversation turned upon the all-absorbing topic of beer and whisky There was a dispute between two members as to the relative profits on beer and whisky. They all agreed that the greatest profit was mauc upon wnisxy. une man,nowever, ven tured to sav that there was no money in beer. while another gentleman Insisted that 100 per cent, was no money at all to the saloon keeper. The dispute was growing very warm when a mcmuer 01 tne nouse, wno keeps a saloon, came forward and was questioned on the sub' ject. He said: "II beer is sold in small glasses altogether, 1 cm guirantce a prom 01 -( on every keg. aome saloon keepers down town very often make as much as $3 upon a keg, and none of them would be surprised to make $10 on a keg 01 beer. When tne beer is sold in tin buckets and in similar manner. there is no profit in it whatever. At festivals ami picnics I've bought a keg ol beer lor $2 anu maue $s out 01 it, A Deacon's Decisive Petition, :'om the Kvunsville Argus. At a village a few miles from Evansville lived a farmer, will to do, a widower with two daughters. The young ladies will be heir esses, and this fsct, added to their natural at tractions, draws all the young men from far and wjde to the farm. Hut Mr. Wilson's troubles nave been augmented 01 late. A re vivalist has been down in his neighborhood, and they've ended by making a deacon of him. It was bad enough to have to keep the village beaux from his daughters, but of late some of our city young men have taken to drive over there to church. Last Sunday old Wilson was especially annoyed by young men who, during the whole time of service, were flirting with his youngest daughter. Their misbehavior was carried to a climax when the regenerated father was praying, Suddenly he leit that ne could bear It no longer, and, rais ing his voice to its highest pitch, he prayed ; "An now, O Lord, liev mercy on the dumb Idiot with the store clothes on as is winkin' at our Alice and keep him a hangin' round the church door when sarvice is over till I can pet to him an' put a head on him I Amen," The young man picked up his hat and went home. Telegraph Primer, From tho Detroit Frco Press. What is that person doing in the Telegraph- office? That is the Manager, and he has a Right to be there. Hut why Is he removing all those Dispatches from the Hooks? Because theiels more Business than his plugs can get away with, and he is Preparing to mail the rest of the Dispatches to their Addresses. Is It a Sham Trickl Yes. Drettv Sharn: It ena bles him to sit down and Telegraph all over the country: "Hooks all ctear to Detroit." uut won't tne people be Mod at the Delay ol their Telegrams? Yes, my Child, but w hat are tney going to Uo about ttl Who Is that man with the white Halt He is a Commission Merchant, my child. But see how Mad he isl He is Red in in the Face. He Swears. He beats the Air with his Fists. Has anybody come the String Game on himt No, my Child. He has Tust received a Telenram from one ol of his country customers, saying: "Car a you Nevertheless Yesterday Bushels chaprln Therefore Suddenly." And He Won't Have it mat wayr no: ne can't Make out Whether the Man has sent him Potatoes or wants to know the Price of Oats. Hence his Cuss Words. Hence his Desire to Plug the Plug uperaior. uence ms uove lor the w. 1, u Translated from the Omnibasi The Mr. Younclawyer dances with the dauchter of the house, who an ornamented fan of elephant bone in the little hand holds. Her hot brow moves the coolinc to, when.' Qsliucks I jostles a neighbor on her, the fan outfalls ol her hand and breaks into several pieces. "Gracious lady," cries comforting the Mr. Youoglawyer, "if ! an elephant were, believe you me, I should from me instantly a tooth outdraw and for you a new fan thereout mage let 1 "How shall I have my bonnet trimmed,' asked Maria, "so that it will agree with my completion!" "If you want it to match your face, have it plain.' riet. eplied the hateful liar The Russian Plan, From the Cincinnati Times-Star. The possibility that cholera will invade Hussla, traveling on the old route along the Volga, has inspired the municipal authorities of St. Petersburg with a wholesome fear, and they are making preparations to resist and throttle the monster. The Russians take no half way measures in such an emergency. They wisely act upon the principle that "a desperate disease requires a desperate remedy." Accordingly, General Grosser, who Is at the head ul affairs in the capital, has adopted stringent sanitary measures and makes it his particular ' business to see that they are enforced. He listens to no excuses and Is no respecter of persons. General Grosser visits all places which are "most guilty of breeding pestilence and destroying the stomachs of the inhabitants, " and pounces upon the culprits "at all hours of the day and night." The new Prefect, it is said, has in flicted a large number of fines and penalties, and is feared and dreaded by those who are Inclined to be negligent. The health officers of American cities would do well to follow the eiamples set by General Grosser, as far as the law will al ow them, "Let no guilty man es cape" is an excellent policy to apply to all who Imperil their own lives and the lives ol others by carelessness, especially when the public health is threatened uy so terrible a foe as Asiatic cholera. Five Cents Pitvs for mm irlasa nnil 10 cents for n schooner. and 1(1 cents will pay for tho l.tdiiT for a "hole cck. Just tlpeneil. C. (1. Parker, fnrmerlr with Thompson & Austin, has opened a tlrst-clasa barber shop opposite Hord hotel otllco 011 liclluresus street, whero ho will bo pleased to seo all his friends nnd customers. Mr. Parker Is too well known to neet any recommendation as a llrat-clau bar ber. 3m. ir Vou are Suffering 'rom torpidity of tho liver or constipation of ho bowels, try a bottlo of Ilepatlzlne, Dr. Tobln's great liver medicine. Kvery bottlo Is guaranteed to s ou, and your money refunded it vou aro nor. saiisueu. For salo at Clavln'a drug store, and by C. Schasse. MMm Want of Faith. iMlth. Thcv havo such faith 111 Dr. llosunkn's Cough and Lung Syrup as a remedy for Coughs. Colds, Consumption and Lung Affections, that incy wiugivoa iriai uomo ireo lucucn ovcry c kind. ivho Is In need of a medlclno of this A Card. OAKe. pan ho found at A. ZlLlAN'a. Corner Commerco nnd Alamo streets. Aleo, Hot and Cold Water llaths at 23 cents oacb. 4-9-tt City Cii.ikctoii' Orrics, San Antonio, August 10. Notlco Is hereby given to all ier sons pursuing their occupation without nrst liavlnir nhtalnetl a llcensa therefor, from this office, that If tho same Is not paid within 10 days from duto complaint wilt bo mado beforo U16 Recorder, as required try accttou ul of the city ordinances. An Open Letter, San Antonio, January 1, 1883. Drs. J.J.i W. H.Tobln: Gentlemen i Your HepatUlno has been suscd In my family lor over a vcar, and I can unucsiiaiuiiriy say it is 1110 oust ruuieuy 1 havoovor used for any liver troublo or consti pat pation of tho bowels. 1 would not iki without itespectruuy, A. w. iiouhton, salo nt C. Schasso's and Clavlr.'s drui. For s storo. 3-21-n I'llen. Piles aro frequently precoded by a sense of weight In tbo back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing iuo paucm 10 suppose hua ninn Attention nf tho kldnevs nriieiirhti Ing organs. Attlmes. symptoms of Indigestion are present, as tlutulcncy, uneasiness of tho stomach, cto. A moisture liko perspiration, producing a very dlsagrceai o Itching, panic iilurlv nt iiinht after irottlnir warm In bed. Is 1 very common attendant, lillnd lllccdlng and Itehtnir i'llen vlehl nt uncfi to tho nDnllcntli Dr. lloannko's Pllo Remedy, which nctsdlrcctly -jnon tho narts affected, absorbing tho Tumors m tho parts alfectcd, absorbing tho Tumors allaying tho Intense Itching, and effecting a :rmftiiont cure whoro all other remedies havo fulled, l'rlco E0 cents. Sold by C. Schasse, Notice to 1'roperty Owner. CITV COLIXCTOU'S OFFICE, 1 Sun Antonio, August 7, ltwi. ( I Tiik State ok Tkxah, County or noxar. wuereas, curiam par ties owntiitf proiwrty In tho City of tan Auto lo hnvo luiiea to construct tneir iiucwhikr, fter duo notice Riven, us required by taction nf " An Ordinance lleirulutini Construction of Sidewalks," und thu city having cmiHtructed tald triduwalksas required by Section 7 nf said ordinance, anu mo amyor navinx ueruueu ui mo tho below mentioned umourits for collec tion. Therefore, I, F. C. Hauelsen, Tax Collcetorof said city. In accordance with ISeetlon V of said ordinance, do hereby notify the below men tinned proiwrty owncra to como forward with in fu days from dato of th Is notlco and pay tho amount set opposlto each respective name, to gether with accruing cost. by Section 10 of said ordlnanco to levy and sell bo much of said property as may be necessary to satisfy tho cost of construction and collec tion. F. O. H AUEI8EN, City Collector. U. A. McElror. east sldo of Dwyer avonue. S3IM1 40. Mrs. Catherine Weber, west sldo of Acequm street, SIM b8. street, $53 OJt. Mrs. C Marucheau, west sldo of Acequla street, S120 00. FjtHto nf Mrs. Mnchaeea do Hustlllo, east sld9 of Soledad street, $'Jl 1A. John t Lamp, wcbt sldo couth r J ores street, $IK If-'. Hlchard IUIcy, west side South Florcs street, $107 JW. nan Antonio iro uompany, west riuo oi Losoya street, $313 33. aug7-17-27-BCpO C Spring Cart. Co., mjSUVILLE, INDIANA. Wholesale Manufacturers of The only thlnir on two wheels that rides as easy as a carrlajro. Goods mado of the best material and warranted. Welsht from IX) to IV) pounds. TPRIOES HO W. Ask your merchant to irct prlues for you, C Spring Cart Co. Now First-Class Laundry. 1 llrst-clars Uuu 1 elCithea dnnn lit In Ursuelasa stvlo. Ladies and irentlemon wil leavo notlco at the laundry and their clothes will be called for and delivered at short notice. inarKes reasonable, wu iiur v uu., Itoof Han Francl'sco, IV YOU WANT A For a Little Money, Valentine Lorra THE JJOSS TAIIA)It, Will miiVo it for you. Hols now offering all the fattest Bt) lot In Kngllsh, French (lcnnan Ooods at 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT On former prices. Only lint-class tailors em ployed and lino trimmings used. Suits mado up In any known stylo at short notice and a lit guaranteed. If you want a nice suit at a nominal cost don't full to lnlervlcw Mr. Lorrn, on Onmmcrco street, near bridge. Hn can suit you I11 quality and price. 7-SHiu Wm. D. Cleveland, Solicits oat orders for all kinds of Groceries, including Tobacco, Cigars and Liquors, and will Jill litem with that careful selection and moderation in prices that such orders should always command. He desires also to be remembered by every Cotton Shifter in the State when the new croft is ready for mar ket. iVt 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. Houston, Texas. SAM C. BENNETT, VVholtealii and UctAll Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries, t'lKK WINKS, LIQUORS, SAX ANTONIO, TU.YAS. THE BEST CHEAPEST! GET YOUlt Job Printing PRINTING OFFICE, No. 210 East Commerce Street. otupt Attention iflvea to Transient Work nnd Satisfaction Guaranteed, Commercial I'r.ntlucA Specialty, and at Trices that wlllcompete with the lowest Cards, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Statements, Receipts, Dodgers, Programmes, Hand Bills, And all other grades of Job Printing. Call anil Examine Specimens unit .1 Estimates. Orders by Mall will receive prompt anil careful attention. MESQUJLTU. I5LOOK PAVEMENT. Walter Scott, Contractor and Manufacturer. Tht llitt MaUilat now offered la Ihe public for Slrieti and Sidewalk Paring. 'KICKS HtClau atctsptrfojl ti Clat. cts J.l Claw 10 ct. omCK AND FACrORY yJ. sn yJt SOUTH LARLDO ST., SAN ANTON 10, TEXAS ;-ai-iy ItKrrnr.nCRX F. (Inios, President Ocrninn-F.nirlMi School) V. W. Lnnae, Treasurer Ban Antonio UtHir Association: Frlla lllppctt, (leorgo It. Slumlierg, II, II. Stumbcrg. Practical Book Binder and Ruler, Opposite Court House. Solcdad St., San Antonio. tt Atl Vindi of PinJInu and Ruling dont wllh nealnen, durability nidlipakh Comptllllan In prices Jewelry. H. KLOCKENKEMPER, ' No. a' Solcdad 8trcet. Opposlto Court House-, fan Antonio, Teiaa. Kee on hand n lino stock of Watchi-s, Clocks and Jowelry, a well-wlccted stock of Spectacles: also, llrazlllan Pebbles Hot In Hold and Bllver Frames, ltepalrlng of Pino Watches asieclalty. B-7-flin Alex. Sartor, Watchmaker and Jeweler No. 18 Couuiact Strut, mar tf San Antonio, Tuas, E. Hertzberg and Ueiisr la WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE CLOCKS. ETC. O-Csll tad stsmlos my itoek tod pilcti Wort Ml tjiodi li S tsld nodif wiittss gatrtctf E. HERTZBERG. BELL &' BRO'S No. 11 Commerce Street, Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC. OTTO BLUMENTHAL :tl COMMlIltOK ST., SAN ANTONIO. WATCUKS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ltepalrlng and Cleaning done carefully. aoods Warranted as ltepresonted. Ppcclal 1 ten' Ion given to all orders by mall. A sollolted. 6-T-ly 1. x 'mm, 11. d. c, Ocniist and Aurist, Proprietor San Antonio KYR and RAH n All diseases of Kyoand Kar treated In most approved manner with tho latest appli ances. Crooked oyes straightened, arttncltl. Ins-mod to movo naturally, etoH eto. OIUco nt iSTJt Commerce Htroot. US. HOMOEOPATHIC hysiGians, and Surgeons, Ornct: Sam Maverick buildinr;, corner Losoyo ana Houston streets. OPPIOK HOUItS. ossm Jonas, M. D ) f Jno. O. Uowbm, M oloiitn.ilai bm I a lo 10 a. m. I 10 1-9-s 1 K.tM.oc- ) f OstailtD rtsld.Dc. 700 Actoula St. Sooth rlrfes a Special attention riven to diseases of womc n and Children and to diseases of th'. Luncf. Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treated al distance and medicines sent promptly bj u. u. NIGHT SCHOOL., teacher who Tim had IS years rxpr,rnco my res! den 110 III. I IT C. IJAItnr.NWKKFKH, VilllLft witit of Hnuth Alamn stront. two Mocks south of postninco. ft-7-3m F. Rhode & ('. II. Hcuckc, Manufacturers of all kinds of IIAltltnLS. KKOS. KTC, crntuss cistubxs a srEiiAi.iv. I'rompt attention to orders. Address Ilox 20 Houston, Texas. G. W." CHRISTIAN, lijsiciaii and Surgeon, OFFICII IllliilSS' Illlt'OHTOlti:. NARCISO LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And (icncrat Commission Dealer. San Autonlo, Texas. EDWARD J. (iALLKillER, Mason Builder 031 HOIISTOX STKEET. Katlmatos for dams, brUircs. boilers, cisterns. , tanks, furnaces, ovens, grates and buildings of ' all kinds. Will guarantee aaUafaetlon. Job- urimiT siiniiMi in. ll-is-lr TraderS' National Bank 301 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. Transacts a general banking business. TlilLlDEI, LIVERY STABLE SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. rses fed by tlio day, week or month, lo horses, carrtatrea ami hncrtrti-M mn l.n ordered at all liours. PHIL DEI, FUNERAL DIRECTOR 24 Ilium street, opposlto Mcnger hotel. Will furnish Wooden anil Mctallln llnrlal Cases and Caskets. Hearses and Carriages at all t hill-.. nilln niwn ilol- .ml nlV,t -rT phone connections with botli olllccs. 7-ls-t BRICK! BRICK I'artles wishing Drlck in largo or smalt Iota will do well to defer their orders until they see Mil. a. THOSII'SON, who is now In San Anto nio with 200,000 Drlck, and will bo pleased to giro lnfo.matlon as to quantity quality and prices. JOHN A. KERB, Cotulla, LoSalle County, Texas trial