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KAll.HOAI) TIMi: TA11I.K. International and Great Northern Western K -.tension Galveston, llarrlsburc ami Ban Antonio. MAVIS. 1:15 b. m. s;43p. nt. lloutonr. sprees) .1 ouston(.M laed). . Westward (To and fnnn Kl 1'aso).... MJ a. in. 10:00 a. ra. Advertising Directory. CAN ANTONIO CII1MS AND ClIIXKKIt O Club meets In ItooinNo.S.ovcrOroos' bunk, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 o. in. iillluliun feo. it. SuLscrlptlOJ, SOccnts month y. Applications lur membership to bo ud- irCSRCU IO ine occreinrj; 'NI0HT3 PYTHIAS, r.lk Lodge No. SB, IV iiunovcMrTluirwlayHi;:.'li p. in. Casllo 1.1 Klicmiiu'a llall. Visiting brethren welcome. I Alamo Lodir null ttrst and third Thursdays or each i V lulling cuinrauts welcome. llliXAK UKNKVOLUST ASSOCIATION I; alluvra mcmbois 0 weekly in 6lckncns, $. utfciith. Initiation loo is Co, monthly sutr scilpilouSOcenta. Meets llrst and third Wed nesday In each month, at Honimcr Je I'elcr Miu'a mill. It. B. IIONU. President. TAIJI. HOVI'.lt. General Secretary. (I. W. IIutii. W, VOLMIHECIIT. IIUTII & VOLLBR120IIT, HAKDWAEE, AOWCIJLTUItAL IMPLEMENTS. Woodoo and Willow Warn, Paints, Oils, Var nishes, Urusbos, etc. A specialty made of IMvId Landrcth i- Bona" Oardenjind Pinner Eeodr. Alto ejutta Pcrcha Itcady Mixed Paints. alU Crockett lllock, Alamo nam, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Hosack & Newton, Auctioneers, Commission Merchants and (len. oral Collectors. tSf llavo largo otoro- rooms for Consign, incuts atSlSolodudstrcct, opposite court houso. BOARD AND LODGING At No. 211 I'rcsa street, near Main and Market Hir,,ni niimiTAiir.i: spuead FOlt dav IIOAUIIDIIS. Uvcrytbing now, clean and comfortable. Terms moderate. u-n Directory of the Churches Service am held at tbe following numed churches In thiscltv every Sunday. Protestant Hplscopal-St. Mark's Cathedral, . .t l,l nf Tnivlj snuaro. Ithrtit llov. It. W. II, Illllolt. Hlshop of thudloceeoof WcstcruToxttn; Very Iter. Wulter It. ltlcbardson, Dean. Morn ing services at U o'clock ; evening service ut 8 o'clock! Friday servlcu at (p. m.; Sunday school at UUJU a. in. St. John's Cbapcl, divine, service, at A o'clock p. ni. ami suuutiy scnooi at p. ui. pi. iumi Chapel Sunday school at V a. ui. u. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 0 a. Tenth Street Church, near Sunset dcpot.Sun- uay school at v a. ui. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. re niL.tjir. Mftlitiiltli Hellnnl at UII II. 1U.. Uol. It. ill Moore, superintendent, Prayer uud pnilso tuocimg wcuucsunv at t.w p. ui. First l'rcsbvtorlan Church, corner Houston and North Fiorcs streets, ltev. J.W. Nell, pas tor, ounuay services at it a.m. anu o p.m. duo day school at V a. ut. Hor. J. I". Wlttlch will preach In Gertnan In the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday evening at 4 o'clock, ltcsldenco No. 4Ii, North lores street. Madison snuaro Prcabvtcrlan Church, ltov. YV. 11. Iluchanan, pastor. Services every sab bath at tho chacl at Jl o clock a. in. and I'M p, in. raouatn scuooi ai p.m. I'rcuchlnir overv Sabbath at 11 tt. in. and 7 D. m, Subbath school 8J0 a. in., U. C. Kverott, supcr- tcnuent. Christian Church, corner Houston and St. Ma ry's streets) Klder 1), Pennington, Pastor. Ser vices overy ouuuay at it a. m. auu a. p.m, Lutheran St. John's Church, corner of Nuova anu I'ecan sireeis. ltov. A. tviouer, pusiur. Servioes at 10 a. m. ltoman Catlrblio. Cathedral of San Fernando, between Main and Military plazas. Very ltov.J, U. Narez. lllshon. ltev. L. Uunolln. Driest. Low mass at 7 a.m. High mass at 10 a. in. Ycsitors l p. in, St. Man's Church, corner St. Marv's and Col, Icirosireets. Very Itov.T. J. Johnson, pastor, Low mass 7 a. m. High moss 10a. m. Vespers o p.m St. Joseph's (Gorman) Church, east side Al.l- nicaa eireet, neiween .iamu auu nonnatu sie, Very Iter. it. retlerkorn. Iav me lllitn mass 10 a. m. Vespers 3M p. m. St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west side. Vlcto, rla stroet, botween Second and Third streets. Very Iter. Stanislaus WoUiechowoskl. lllcb mass iu u. ui. v uspvrs t P4BU. Ursullne Convent Church, Augusta St. ltov, k. m. nuuoru, rocior. ujw massu:oua. in, sun uay scnooi v a. m. vespers 4 p, COLOltEU CIIUIICUES. Freo Mission Ilaptlst, Lavarra street, I'ourth Ward. ltov. J. w. Williams, pastor, services overy Sunday at 3 and 8 p. in. Prayer meeting1 every Tuesday and preaching ut 8 p. m. on xoursuajs. Now Light Froo Mission Ba; fission Baptist, Lavaoca Her. J. Holmes, pastor, ty at 3 and 8 p.m. Prayer street, tourtu wara, i Services ovory Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every r nuay, preacning ut o p. 111. on Wednesday and Saturday, 8U Paul Methodist, cast Alameda street. Ilov j. it. uarnes. pastor. Dervioes every ouuuay anu vrcuacsuuy anu friuay niguu. ltosa Hospital, Second Ward. .lev. J.C. Kraory ptusiur. Macedonia Ilaptlst Church, Pecan street, llov L. U.Jordan. pastor. Servloos ovory Sunday at 3 and 8 o'clock u. m. Sabbath school at 0 a. in. Servlooa Thursday night and prayer meet lug lucauuv- uiKUl. Tho Gamse of Fallare Want of confidence accounts for half of the business rail urea or to-duy. U. Scbasso, atlottloni of the Throat and Lungs. Be Polite. From the New York Ledger Hearts, like doors, will ope wjth e.iso To very, very llltio keysi lint don't forget that two nro Hit -cl "I thank on, sr," and "if you plctuo." Ilo polite, boys; don't forget It. In your wanderings day by day. When you work nud when you study, tn your homo and at your p'ay. lie not rough; leal o that to llruln. All untutored In hlsden: If. whenynuhao gained man's stature. Vou would bo true gentlemen. Not tho perfumed, gay oviuUlte, Doting on his raiment Hue; He whom powder and pomatum Henderson his mind) dltlne; I would have you copy after Nature on a different plan i Heed her teachings, and ynu some lime May be every Inch n mini. lie polite, iKiys, to eitcli other - Do nut quickly take orTense; Curb your temer -you'll be thankful For this habit seai!i8 hence. 11 respectful tn tho aged. And this one th ng Unr In mlnil : Never taunt the wrtti bed fiuliist He ho helpleiei. lauienr blind. II,' pnllln, bnys. In your parents, Never let them fall to hear From their sons the liest of language III th homo they should hold dear ; To your brothers and your sMiers Sieak In accents kind and true lie polite; 'twill srrvu on littler Than a princely gift can do. THE WANDERING JEW. A New Treatment of the Oltl Legend. The latest woik of the poctcu who tils upon the throne of Koumania and wtltes under (he nom de plume ol "Carmen Sylva," li a new treatment of the oft-told tale of Ahasuerus, the Wandering Jew. It has been well re marked that one may interpret this legend at type of its own persistence. Once more a new tarn has been given to the old mjth, and Carmen Sylva s" version is not the least fortunate and profound. Unhappily, at it too often the case with this writer, the treat ment it not quite level with the conception. Jehovah" is the name of Ihit poem, but the writer does not ting of the God of Israel, hut the atheistical skeptic, the God-seekinr. bclief-tcekine Jew, who cannot die until he has found lilrn. Since Goethe's identifica tion of the legend with the history of Strug- f;tinf! humanity, tills idea is not knew. Hut it t both bold and new to treat It, at "Carmen Sylva" hat done, from a wholly modern we almost said Darwinian point of view. ine wanaermg oi ner Anasucrus are under taken to find proofs of the cxistenceof n God. le sryst "When vou can show me the God that lias created all, the God who leads the sun, the dod whose voice sounds in the storm. then I will pray to Him. Dut before that I will not now. unc said ne was (Jod. and he died. You say he was God, and you killed i laucnea wnen Ijoii lancutshed and fell and bled. My God cannot be thus." Many stages of existence, many metamor phoses of being and mind, has Ahasuerut to go through before he it brought to the knowl edge that God it no visible great king, but a spirit ana a truth, and a working power per vading all tilings, whose manifestations have been evolved and made evident through the ages in the form best suited to the peoples and (he temper wherewith It dealt. Very tender as well as powerful, it the scene in which he cnmprehendi that God is the life of the universe. He falls on his knees and crict: "My God, my God, my God I I sought Thee on the whole eatth; I sought Thee in sacrifice and renunciation ; in tin and madness am i tcck I nee. I have tullered all woe on earth, have drunk of all grief. Doubt wat my food, darkness my day. Hut now my eves see. God it in life." And. havinrz thus poken, the tpell (bat bound him it broken, nu ne diet, "t.ott 1st im werden ' It the German vertion. of which "life" is an incom plete rendering; but the English lacguage, so fioor in pnuosopnicai lerms, can only approx mately cover till with the clumy "becom ing." St. Jamet't Gazette. A SINGULAR STORY. lull of n Nensatlon nf Thirty Vou 1 Abo by 11 lteeent Itidtniin Trial. From tho Indianapolis Times. A primitive sensation hat been revived by a trial now In progress in Judge Walker's court. The case it entitled Mary Holtzworth vs. William II. I'orman and Enoch Keed, and is a suit for possession of four acres of land near New Augusta and $:co damagei lor the de tention thereof. Thirty years ago Mary Heck man, the daughter of Joseph llcckman, a well-to-do farmer, was betrayed by her lover, and when her ihame could no longer be con cealed, the wat driven Irom home in disgrace, Whither ihe went wai a mystery no one could solve, and finally the theory was accepted that she had been murdered and her body thrown in White river. Suspicion pointed at the one with whom she had been intimate, and at one time the circumstantial evidence teemed 10 itrong against him that he wat about to be arretted for the crime of murder. Like all sensations, however, it wat quickly forgotten and thote who had known Mary llcckman gave her up ai lost. Her father died a few yean later, and, with a soft spot in hit heart for hit erring daughter, he bequeathed her an equal share with the rest of Ihe children in his estate. Last fall the returned and at once took stens to obtain her richtt under the will. The land In which she had an interest, after being in possession of the surviving memberi 01 ine latniiy lor many years, nau passed into the handi of ttrangers, who naturally disputed her claim. She sought her mother decrepit with age and sorrow and when the entered the old house she wai recognized and greeted with the wordi, "This is my daughter Mary." sne soon atterwaru uecan tne suit now on trial. It appears that when she met her tattler's wrath the lied to her lover and be sought him to make good his wrong. He re fused, but gave her money, and the went to Cincinnati, where ihe was married to a man named Schlutser. They removed to Lafayette, and after his death she was united to IIolz worth. She is now past 50 years old. For man and Reed are making their defense to the suit under the itatute of limitation and alio ditpute her identity. They further set forth that her mother has doubts of her identity, having made the remark t " If this is my daughter Mary, she ought to have her proper ty." The plaintiff's seducer, a man named Emmerich, it now a wealthy resident of Missouri. A Remarkable Disappearance. From tho Mllwaukoo Journal. South Side gossips are busy discussing the mysterious disappearance of a in-year-old girl an hour previous to the hour appointed for her marriage. The priest was summoned, the gucstt invited and the wedding feast spread, but when the hour arrived for the wedding ceremony to begin, that tnoit necessary personage, the bride, was missing. The lady Is Mary Sherra, daughter ol John Sherra, llvine on the corner of Greenbush and Kogert streets, and the bridegroom-to-be one John Clchey. Several monthi ago Clchey came to Milwaukee from the Cast, and took up his residence on the South Side. Amor.e the people with whom he first became ac quired were the Sherrat. Cichey wat young and ardent, and Mary, the daughter, wai pretty and winsome. The young man fell in love with the maiden, but hit aflectiont were mt returned. However, the young girl'i pirentt favored his suit, and, it it said, com minded her to marry the young man; and, despite her protestations ami tears, Tuesday miming last wat named for the day and 9 o'clock the hour. Hundreds of guests were invtled, a bounti ful repast provided and all in readiness for the csremony. At 8 o'clock the girl taid the wjuldrunln at a neighboring dretsmaker'i and inquire about a dress which wat being made for her. A few minutes later the bride groom came, arrayed in dress suit and white gloves, accompanied by a band of music who serenaded him as he went. The spectators were assembled In the parlors, the priest In place, the parents standing near when the startling discovery wat made that Ihe young lady wat not present. A hasty search lenlhened Into a thorough scouring nf the neighborhood, but was un tuccetslut. The girl was gone, and up to the Rretent time no trace of her hat been found, 'o explanation is made of her strange con duct, and nothing whatever hat been learned nf her whereabouts. When Ihe discovery wat made that the bride wat missing. Hie groom wat at first overcome with turpiite and astonishment, but after a search for her was unsuccessful, and it became evident that she had fled, he took it like a mm. The guests were assembled in the dining-room, were invited to be sealed, and all indulged In a banquet lasting several hours. An Underground Fire, From tho San Francisco Call. A fire has been burning for several days at the Tule Confederacy, doing great damage to the farmer! In that lection. Joslah Shearer, wishing to clear some land of tules, set fire to them. The fire tpread to Ihe meadows, and now covert an area ol 100 acret, on which the gran wat completely destroyed. Th: fire will run for hundreds of feet under the tod, burning vnseen, in places ranging from six inches to two feet In depth, when it will suddenly break forth In large flames and run a considerable distance over the tutface, completely consuming the grass. Want of Faith. IfCSchowe, L.Orynkl, or A. Droits, drug klsts, do not succeed It Is not for tho want of lulth. They base such faith In Dr. llominko'a though and Lung Syrupas a remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption and Lung AlfocllnnR, that they wlllglvoa trial bottlo frco to each and every one who Is In need of a modlcfno of this kind. An Open Letter. San Antonio, January I, 18-Vt. Dm. J.J. 4 WMI.Toblni Ukntlkuen: Your llepatlzlno has been used lu my family lor over a year, and 1 can unhesitatingly say It Is tho best remedy I hnvocver used for uny liver trouble or consti pation of tho bowels. 1 would not lio without store. , 3-21-0m lilt Not About tlmo to think of getting your full and winter clothing In rcadlnoss for n stiddon chnngo In tho weather, which Is llablo to occur at any tlmo. You may bavo somo garments that could bo mado aervlcoahlo for somo tlmo yet by a Uttlo renovating, (let thorn scoured, cleaned, dyod and they will look as woll as now, Caen's French dyolng and scouring establish- superior manner. I'lles. Piles aro frequently preceded by n senso of weight In tho back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing the patient to supposo ho lag organs. Attlmcs,symptoms of Indigestion aro present, as flatulency, uneasiness of tho stomactvetc A molsturo like perspiration, producing a very dlsagrcein 0 Itching, partic ularly at night after getting warm In bed. Is a vory common attendant, jlllnd Ulcedlng and Itching Plies yield at once to tho application of Dr. lloaanko'a Pllo ltcmcdy, which actadlrcctly upon tho parte affected, absorbing the Tumors allaying too lotonso Itching, and effecting a permanent cure whoro all other rcmedlos hnvo tailed. Prioo (0 cents. Bold by O. Schasac. A. OrehMand L.Orvna)rl I wiiABiilTurlnir from blood poison anil mer curial rlieumRtUm, nml bad spout 5.VJl lor treatment with no bone tit, nml It mhhiiM that 1 was doomed todlo, untight at Hwirt sppu- cun-d 1110 sound anil well. Jt lj the it rcfttcet iiU'dlemi' in tho worm. O. II.SMIM'.V.Qulncy.IM. Iir.ItKIHTAUV.-Bwirt'B Rncclllu cured Round and well of ti Scrofulous taint Inherited from my unccntors. .1. A. MAY, Macon, (lit. I urn Burn that Swiff ft Rnccttla fiavod mv Life Iwnatorrfbly i-oUoued with Mnlariti, and was Klvcntiutodlt'. Hwllt'a tipccltlo rcllocd mo promptly and entirely. I think it i tiiuirrcnl it remedy of thoufre. C. (1. 8 PUNCH It. Sup't (las Witts ttomo Ua. $1000 ItEWAHD ettwoViSa on analysis of Id) bottles of S. H. H., onopur tlclu of mercury, lodldo potns-luiii. or uny poisonous substance. KWlFT SPIXIFIO CO., Drawers, Atlanta, Ua, Our trcatlso on Ulood and Skin Discuses mailed frco on application. 0-4-ly CHARLES H. NASH7 GENERAL Commission Merchant Cooner's Sheen DlDoIng l'owder. Consign ments and correspondence solicited. v--ly N. S. BURNHAM, M. D., 272 Commerce Street, OAII ANTONIO, TEXAS, AH diseases of Eye and Ear treated In lnsertod ta movo naturally, etoM eta. HMVAHl) J. GALU(.III.K, Mason & Builder 831 HOUSTON STREET. Estimates for dams, bridges, boilers, cisterns. tanks, furnaces, ovons, irruies and nuuamgi Ml kinds. Will Ruaranteo satisfaction. Ji tes and buildings of m. Jot IHMr hint- fttrtetlr atlwnrtefl tn, Traders' National Bank 261 Commerce Btrtct, BAN ANTONIO TI1XA8. Transact a general bankloi? business. J. C. BREEDING & SON, AROHITEOTS. i'juaiks, raauo uy ino jvaiionai bdcoi aioid ltoofluif Compiuiy. Boo Bainplod at our ofUoo. ipji sajjj ej aA 5Ma---t- -Oja'iiflo vim: ooops. lmv riticKs. V. Lorra Has NYclvrd Hi largest slock or Rnxllsh Frenih ami (It-rinaii goods iter brought In this ell v. All styles and colors. Only llrst-claas tailors eroplojed. SuKsmaJoup In tho latest st)lo, ut tho lonctt poMfblu piles s, and per fect fit guaranieod. Wm.D.CIeveland, Solicits open orders for ail 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 be remembered by every Cotton Shiffer in the State when the new crofi 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 suctess. Houston, Texas. SAM C. BENNETT, Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In mx W1KKS, LIQUORS, Cigars and Tobacco. Particular attention given to receiving and selling Wool for my customers. Store on corner of Main plata and Harlot stroet SAX ANTONIO, TKXAS. UVC E 2I O O ! Persons desiring Information about Mexico had Inner purchaso'Tho Hepubllo of Meilco In itms," with revised and corrected map, by Iiorciia) Castro. Dopot at Nlo Tcngg't, Com lnerco strict. Sail Antonio. Price ier copy, with map, $3 SO. 7-25-1 f JTnGHHI.EG3T.Sl, Ytuiw St. San.ntonio Texas L N. WALTflAL. nilVAN OAI.LAG1UN. WALTHALL & OALLAGIIAN, ATTORNEYS-AT - LAW. San Autoulo, Texas, Onion i Dwyer building, southna.t corne JUTSTIUS lEANS Can ho fnund narlv ODnoalto tho courthouse. Will buv or sull stock, will assowi and nay taxes on land for non-residents, will attend to tho rodomptloii ot lands old to tho Htato Individuals, will kUo spoclal attention to all applications for chanKCs of roads 14 Ilcxar county, and will trace and furnish Information about lost and forfeited lands In Western Texas, wiiero no service is renuerea no cnar will bo made. Corrcsnondenossollclte.!. Wou refer to lawyers, land agents and old citizens oi can An ion io. o-i-iy niunrnv k sheitox, JsJEl OECITECTS San Antonio, Toxns. T. S. IlAnmsoN. Tost IlAmtisoM HARRISON' & HARRISON', ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW 21 Solcdml Street, Pan Antonio. Twentyflvo years oxporleneo In Texaa. I'ractlco lu all State and Federal courts. 7-za-iy HI;NI) VOUll DAUUIITKltS TO VORTUB rOLLOWINQ UBASONS 1 1. A rnmnitpnt and com nlo to focultr. usln tho latest and best methods. S. A bealttifu and central location. .1. A Texas rchonl. ex clusively female. 4. Commodious and coin lorxauie uunainirs. . -inu oourumir circle i community household, ti. The bctt ad van taifcsattho lowest Prices. 7. All tho depart' ments of a female oollocre woll sustalred. The nextsouslon opens September 10, 1U3, Forcat Mrtit Tailor, , lltf KloetcnleinixT nS ( oiiiiiicrf 0 St., Ai-ar Iirldgp. caijA-di jft lff?$Cl?5iV mm n 1 Jewelry, H. KLOCKENKEMPER, O 2. CO 3 a. O o No. Sri Solcd.vl Street. Opposite Court Ho San Antoulo. TVias, Kcepa on baud 11 Hue stock rlf Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, H well-selectail Block of Spectacle also, llraxllWll Pebbles Met In (told and Silver Vrauun. HeiMlrlngbf Fine Watchi-a a specialty. S-7-Am E. Hertzberg aad Ussier la VATCHHS, DIAMONDS, JEWRIjRY, silverware, CLOCKS. ETC. UrUsIl and laovtat ay no-V aid riliri b'on ri-g wi-mi. l' f-ieds l!l ht sill asittr vrtttia gasrm E. HERTZBERG. BELL & BRO'S. No. II Commerce Street, Silver and FJated Wnro; CUTLERY, ETC. its. and purchasers aro lnvltod to call. Bat1 Ion warranted. 'ex. Sartor Watehmakor and Jowelc Ko. 18 Commiici Strut, mar tf San Antonio, Texas, S. STERN Diiuiiourts, Watclies, FINE JEWELRY 'J IH Coiiiiiicrcc Street, San Antonio, repalrlor;. Special attention clvcn 9-iS-iy NARC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer. San Autoulo, Texas. V. Rhode & ('. H. Hcncke, Manufacturers of all kinds of 1IA11UCLS, KF.0S, r:fL'., OYl'RKSS CISTERNS A SPECIALTY, Prompt attontlon to orders. Address llox Houston, Texas. 5 II O SWELKR AND OPTICIAN 9 if o W - Miscolinnooiia. ATT.THTA1T. TIrao Card, In EtTect July 22. Ieave San Antonio bound North at 7:1.1 a. 12:l'i i. ra anJ 0 p.m. Arrlvo-MOn. in., p, m, ami 8 p. m. Iuve for tarnlo 0 p. m arrlt o from Iircdo 7:15 a. m. Train leavlnif San Antonio 7:Ij a. m. haa famous PDLL3IAK HOTEL ('Ail through to St. Iiuls without chamte. Train leaving1 fan Airtonio as ii4 p. m. uas ruumau aiuee Bleeping car so suzaranim, wuviv CLOSE CONNECTIONS tnailowlth fast nxnreM tralna for HL tUla, Train lenvlnir fan Antonloat 0. tn. has roach nil l'ullman sieepinr car inrouitu io uoueum ml (laltton without change, arriving; at I mi it on at? a. in. ami I M Vinton at UT, a. ro Two c itireM trains Jally between San Antonio and St. Louis, ullinnn Unlai, HUHlnir enra lH?lweell fail Antonio ami Ualt estoti without change. connections at Uttlo ltoek for tho Boutheast, ami In tho union uciKit, tit. loula, witn an express trains. 12 Commerce street, rWt Antonio, Tex. II. P. 1 1 U(!l II, Passenger Arent, Houston, Tox. II. W. SIcCUI.LOUait, A. (I. P. A., Marshall, Tox. H.C.TOWNSr.ND.d. I'.Ah SI. Ixiula, Mo. II. M. 110XIP, Third Vke-Preslilent, ORIGINAL ittle Havana, ((iOCLII t CO.'S.) dkcidud nv Royal Havana Lottery. October 13, 1883. Number for Xuraber-Prlzo for l'rlzo Ith 3 additional prlic-i. Only 23,000 Ticlcets. 933 Prizes. n,ono 2JW i,a UK) U1U 1,U) O.M0 0U0 lll'iites, 00 each. U Approximations to first prize, tlOU meti. 0 Approxlmatloiistosccond prlie, tu each 2 Approximations to third prize, SCO each.. Adilltlonal Prizes of V each to tho .M ticacta Having ascnaimr num bers tho two terminal units of tho number drawing tbu Capital Prize of 19,01)0 1.1V1 an Prizes, amounting to 3 S3.010 Tickets, Hi.00 - - Halves, DI.OO. Tho lloyal Havana official list doctdca overy irlzo. Suhtect tn nn manlDUlatlon. not con- rolled br tho nartics in interest, honestly manajrcd.lt is tho fairest, souarest and beat thing that could bo eoncolved. Beo that tho namo tlOULI) tc CO., la on tho ticket. Nono others aro genuine. ALLPltlZnS PAID ON VUKSCNTATIOK For Information and particulara address or apply to 1213 Ilroadway, New York c'lty. M Ciut ItandolPh Klrcct, Chlcanl I1U Or W. W. WAL1.1NO. No. 3 Wtat Commerce Street and na. a Alamo 1'iaia. nan Antonio. Pi SIT) JONES & Co. Hi FUNERAL DIRECTORS. r Itnrlnl ease, nml m.Vet. nf even- deserln linn. Ilnieu Ilium alrevt. nmimllu Menircr hotel. Telephono ISO--day or nUht. l-sf-tf C Spring Cart Co., ItUSIIVII-LK, INDIANA. PRICED LOW. Ask your merchant to get prices for you, C Sorinff Cart Co. Helotes Ranche. STANDATtD STALLIONS. MAMDIUNO nOWAltD.ltrottcr) ei No. II. J. Trcacy's catalogue, Lexington, Kr. la a blooded hav. led bay. 20 nanas mgo, wciffas ids wcl pounds. Service, t-'3. -Mil Wholcsalo Manufacturers of TWO-WHEELED VEHICLES KNIQHT Of ST. LOUIS (thoroughbred), sired by Olendowcr, dam by lipslloo, seo Ilruco s AmeTlcan Stud Dook, volumo 8, page au. Ilo isaaarKcncsinutsorrei. ocrvico, ej. DICK (Kentucky Jack), IS hands,hlgb, weighs w pounas. nux cover maroa or Jennets. Borvioo, IIS. Bhort-horn thoroughbred cattle. Itcd Dulls. by twonty-elghlh London Duke, Lcatlngton, Ky. Bervlces, lit). Spring season, Fobruaryl, Terms cash. Ser vtoea paid when marcs takon away, and tf not with foal, bavo tbo privilege to return the neit season freo ot charge. Stock delivered at Al fred Heaves', Matu Flaza, will bo takon and brought back without cost. . OUILllKAU, l!8Iy llulotos.Tez.