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The San Antonio Light.
ItAII.UOAD TIMK TAI1I.E.
International unci Great Northern
IMATM ARHIVXS.
7:1.1 a. m. Mn p. m.
12:11p.m. I 3-T, p. m.
Kjllljjn. f V.V, n. m.
Galveston. HarrUbtirc anil Bun Antonio.
I i.tAvraC T AimiVi7 '
"il.'ia. ra. en p. m.
1:15 p. in. tM a. in.
0:40 p. in. I Ik 10 a. m.
ArivortiHiiiK Directory.
in Klromau'e Kail. Visiting brethren welcome
KNIGHTS OP Till'. GOMlfiN IUTM'. Castlo
Alamo Lodge No.2fl, meets In Odd 1 Vllows'
llosack & Newton.
REAL ESTATE
Auctioneers, Ciiiiiniloalini Merchants
cral Collectors.
tff" Uavo largo atoro roonia for Constgn
iionlaatlllBoiodadstrccr.opposltocourt house.
Berwick Bay Oysters.
I nm prepared to riirntsh to hotel keepers,
restaurant proprietors anil wholesale ilcnlois
tho celebrated tlorwlck tav uyatcra, and fresh
Oulf nali. Packed on Icn to anv town In
Wcstorn Texas, C. O. 1). Itespectfully,
FRANK STARR.
12-a-6in San Antonio, Texan.
City Property For Sale !
Pivo lota In Poet homestead, corner ltusk
and East Commerce street.
I. Tbreo lot, corner Martin and Convent
street, comprising block No. 1.
a. Flvo lots on Camden street, near Madison
quare. In block No. V.
(1. Three lota on San l'odro Avenue.
7. Half lota on Avenuo I), between Fifth and
Sixth atreeta.
8. Houso and lot ou Fifth street, bctwoon
Avenuea II and U. ,
9. Houso and threo lots on Crockett square.
10. Ten norca Irrigable land with Improve
ments, on Garden Hreet.
II. Three lota on Uullaa street, near Madison
square. In block No. ill.
inii'lllilAlirn street. '
13. Kiirtit lata on Castro street, southweat cor
ner lot no. ia. .... , ,
14. Ttireo Iota corner 1.1 l'asn, Salado and
Medina streets. In block Nu.07.
l.v Hlxtv.llvcj and one-liHlf acres, with ln-
elv
I'olley subdivision.
. un
1 hnek to river.
SI. Two lots. No. !i mill 4. In block No. 47
abovu Uptier Uibor illtcli.nn Sun Piilroavenue
Sieves & Sons' lumber ) anl.
St. i-ouriorsin uiock ao.
Labor ditch.
24. Kntlro block No. 31.
nbovo Upper
i eight lots in
block No.32, on Park avenuo.
k Wlckcs. coniDrlslnir building lots near Inter.
national. Sunset and Government doimts, Kan
Pedro springs ami other parts of the city,
which wootfer at lltienil prices, and on easy
tones; also, all their Irrlgablo lnnda In uud
iiooui 1110 city.
Wowlll oxamlno titles, write conveyances,
attend to the renlliur of houses, negotiate
loans on rcasoniiolo terms, notary puouoni
omtv. j. 11. r iiiiiNuu a; uu.,
27:1 Commerce street.
1 have known and wuttlied the uso of Swill's
Spcclfloforoer llfty years, and Imvo never
known or hoard of a fulluru to euro lllood
Poison when properly takeu. In all my Ufa I
hsvn never known 11 romedv tbat would so
ititly accomptlBb what it Is recommended tndo.
Iilm mnro good than treatment which cost him
$ I.UOO. Another who has used It for a Bcrofuloua
affection reports a permanent 011 ro rrnm us use.
VAN SIIAACK.STKVliNSON 4 CO.,
Chicago, Illinois.
$1,000 REWARD!
Will bo paid to any Chemist woo will find, on
.milvHUnr 11X1 hntllns nf H. H. H.. one imrtlcli
of Moreury, lodtdo Potassium, or any minora!
substance. TIIESWIH Hl'ECI KIC CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, (la.
Our treatise on Illoodoud Skin Diseases mallod
rnHj to applicant. v-4-iyr
TYPE' for SALE.
700 Founds Long Primer,
Almost as good as new, at SO cents per pound.
f00. Pounds Brevier,
Same as used In thoLiaiiT, at Si cents. Also
one case old style nonpareil, about 100 pounds,
at 0110 half the prlco of new typo. Have also
10 Fonts Display Type,
and column rules, suitable for a country
weekly paper. Audroaa
T. 11. JOHNSON,
Care I.ioiit odlco.
CARTER & MULLALY,
Undertakers
42 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA,
Fanarals Farnlahed Wltb Kvery Ileqalslb
Bpoclal attontlon glvon to forwarding bodies
toa I parts of the United States. HfTolcphono
oonneotloi. Calls tnled day and night
TELEGRAPHIC,
RECORD OF CRIMES AND CASUALTIES
FOR A DAY.
German Immigrant. Arrlvei.--Inrey-.
(1000 Coal Miners Out of
Kinployment.
CilARLurON, S. C , December it. Mayo,
Courteney wa re-elected. The Democratic
nominees for Aldermen and the School Hoard
were elected without oppoiilion.
Suz, December II. There is great excite
ment at Sualslm in consequence of ihe ex
pected night attacks. The Enalish gunboat
Ranger Is throwing rnckcti over the town to
scare, the rebel.
Qoluhuus, Ohio, Decembel II. A Slate
convention of colored citizens has been called
in this city for December 26 to organize for
the elevation of the race and the better pro
tection nf their civil, political and other rights,
especially in the South.
WllKKLINO, W. Va., December II. "Dig
ill" Kinney, acquitted of murder at Weal
Union yesterday, was taken from by a
mob and hunc last nieht- ll is .repotted that
the mob started lor Clarksburg, where Kin-
y's cousin is In jtii, convicted 01 man
aughter. CltlCAOO, December II A Vicksborg,
Michigan, special says : McTraver & Helm's
Colored Dramalic company appeared here (
this evening They were refuse V accommo-
lailon ly all uie noiei keepers, ami were
bliced, after Ihe performance, to take the
first train for Kalamatoo.
Chicago, December 11. A meeting of
barbed wire manufacturers ol the country for
Ihe purpose of sccurlug a reduction in the
royalties charged by Washburn & Moen,
patentees, was held here to-day. As the
representatives ol me patentees were not
present an adjournment lock place until to
morrow. Nkw Orleans, December ii. A Las
Vegas special says : This morning, in dig
ging Ihe foundation for a new court house,
one of the laborers, an old miner, saw
symptoms of pay dirt. They immediately
gave it a trial, which resulted in striking it
rich. There is great excitement, and every-
ody is stakirg off claims.
Washington, December 11. The Presi
dent sent a large number of nominations to
the Senate.mostly recess appointments, among
them Walter Evans for Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue, and Denjamin Ilutterworth,
Commissioner of Patents. It is understood
that Ihe O'Donnell case will be considered at
cabinet meeting to-day.
Berlin, December 11, The North Ger
man Gazette, referring to the statement that
the Government is willing to co-operate with
England to protect iheir subjects and Interests
in China in the eventof a wsr between France
and China, says, the sole object of such a co
operation is the protection of Europeans in
the event ol an outbreak like that at Canton.
Little Rock, Ark, December 11. The
Republican State Central committee met and
elected ex-Governor Clayton as Chairman,
vice Terrans, deceased. The committee
unanimously declared that S. W, Dorsey is
no longer a citizen of Arkansss, and recom
mended Powell Clayton for the vacancy on the
National Republican committee, caused by
his removal.
Frankfort, Ky., December II, Reports
from Field's still house, on Columbia river,
say that last week four men, all drunk,
began to fight. W. II. Fields separated them
and ordered thrm to leave, which they refused
to do. Fields then drew his pistol and shot
all four. Matt Knight was killed Instantly,
erome Sargent died the next day, and Major
Day and John Jenkins cannot live, fields
escaped.
Ironton, Mo., December 11 Advice
from Drewington's distillery, in Ihe southern
part of Madison county, says that in a quarrel
growing out of an old feud, on Saturday,
William Hover shot W lliam Berry in the left
breast. Hurt Kelley in trie nead, ana was mm-
sell shot uirougn ine neaa ami instantly
killed. Kelley died on Sunday and Retry is
not expected 10 live.
Pittsburg, Pa., December 11. The an
nouncement was made to-night in the coal
mines along the Monongahela river that they
would suspend operations this week indefinite
ly, owing to depression in ine coai iraue. in
the four pools there are 75 pits, and il these
close over 6000 men will be thrown out of
employment. The depression is the result of
unseasonable weather and overstocked mar
kets. The operators say there is no demand
for coal and they cannot afford to sell at the
prices. The miners are much depressed at the
turn affairs have taken, as many of them, not
having saved anything, will be without the
necessaries of life.
Washington, December 11. Sherman's
bill for the commercial relations uith Ihe
South American States provides that the
President be authorised and requested to in
vite the Republics ol Mexleo, Central America
and South America, and the empire of Brsilli
to send delegates to the convention at Wash
ington in 18S4, to consider the best mode of
establishing a tirm ana lasting oasis lor a
peacelul and reciprocal commercial relation,
and to adopt measures considered the most
practical to promote ine construction or an in
ternational railway to connect the countries
named with the United States. The sum of
$50,000 is to be appropriated to defray the
expenses of the convention.
Galveston, December 11. The German
Immigrants, who arrived on the steamship
Weser, were landed this afternoon, and will
leave to-morrow for their future homes in the
Interior of the State. They are in Ihe main a
well to-do looking class of people. The fol
lowing is the' distribution : The Missouri
Pacific will carry 158 to the following points :
Fort Worth 3, Dallas 7, llig Springs 4, Flato
nil 9. Schulenburg 3, San Antonio iff, Cuero
7, Weimar 2, Helton 5, Austin 11, HreDham 49,
Navasota 2, Bryan e, San Marcos 6, New
Braunfels 3, Giddings 18, Courtney I, Seguin
2. The Santa Fe carries 83 to the following
points: Columbus I, Ellioger iC, Deming I,
Weimar 2, &an Antonio 4, riatoma4, Marlon
I, Laurange I, ban l'rancisco Co, Waco 5,
Brenham 8, Richmond I, Bellville I, Temple
I, Cameron 10, Schulenburg 21. It Is said
that Congressman Ochiltree is after the official
scalp of Colonel Camp, a Texas agent of the
United States Treasury, and that W. II,
Griffin, Chief Clerk ol the Internal Revenue
Collector's office, is the coming man. Shan
non & Co. hare been given the contract to
protect the East end beach. The bark Vale-
sund, from Rio Janeiro, with 4500 bags of
eoltee, arrived mis aiternoon,
Washington, December 11, The case of
ex-Senator Kellogg, indicled in connection
Willi the Star routers, goes over to the next
term. J udge Wylie, in giving his decision,
said that the statement that the Govemmett
expected to soon secure Walsh's attendance
was rather a hope than an expectation. By
Walsh's own declaration, he was determined
not to appear unless certain conditions named
In his letter to the President were complied
with and the court had no knowledge as to
whether the conditions were complied with or
not. It sppears to him that the motion ought
to he overruled, as It would be unjust to Ihe
defendant, after preparing for trial and bring
ing witnesses here, to keep him and Us wit
nesses in attendance un the court until an
absent witness may be found. He thought it
very oppressive tn require Ihe defendant to
come to court when Ihe Government gives
notice that they are ready. He thought this
unusual motion to postpone indefinitely would
be an order without a precedent. The de
fendant Insists on having an Immediate trial.
His counsel declare that he is ready and Ihe
court could not make that order. The court
had no power 10 force Ihe attorney for the
United States to enter a nolle prosequi. So
long as he ilid not cbnoie 10 enter n nolle
prosequi the court could noi enter one. It
was true that in an extreme case the court
might direct the jury to lie empaneled against
the protest of Ihe Government : then If the
Government was not ready the juiy could
acquit. He would not force Ihe Government
into a trial, and the only course under the cir
cumstances was the postponement ol the cae.
llounlliiff llotiM! forSulr.
I w 111 n'H mv Uoniillnif houno. No. I.'i A
ntrer. rhwip. for tnnli. .1. J. I'okhmo
fur ClirUtninn Ci-In,
IjirtkV jMH-kt-t books nml hmi'l bntr. tu
rrv miti nil kliitin uT ChrMm nrnKFiitM
nil thf tMiinMiM wMcnl works, trn to Nl
icngg'e.
Mesnrii. l'Aiuett & fruumlern
Mhm' rftfooTctl their ollU-e to tbt Htock tlx-
Imnjfo wilixin, where they will onm up the
Furniture Wagon
Alwuyn on linnd to move furniture. Onlen
left at 1 n1eAt ntreet, opponltu Court House
will ttoimimptlf nttemietj to.
Ill-ll.tr JUNlL'ft Meank.
Forty yearn' trial bs proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT" the boot liver tnedicino iu
the world.
Sold by James Clavln and L. Orynskl.tlruvglsts.
echool. Inquire at premises
Holiday lresent.
who recently arrived In Ban Antonio. Persons
des'rlnfrn Hrst-class portrait are respectfully
mwicu 10 visit my siuuiu ai no. u ioiiefre
street San Antonio, Texas,
l'.Hlt.E 1(1 VOI IIF, Artlit.
In rcturnlnir thanks to tho citizens of San
Antonio for past patronajro I tako pleasure In
recomtncndlnir to theiu my succcpsor. Dr.
T. Ilauirliton, a Kentleman and skillful
Homicnnthlo uhislclau. and ask for htiu tho
mtronnsfo that has been bestowed upon
Lytle Coal.
Full stuck on hand. Orders left with John
Crosby & Co.. at their coal ollleo and yard, 617
West Comraerco street, (north stdo Military
plazdKorwlth Schulz& t)otit Commerco street,
or to Harrison & Harrison, 24 Bold ad street
wilt Have prompt attention. ll-'--tf
Administrator Notice.
Tho midcrsiirnod liavlnir been appointed by
tho Honnrablo County court of Ilexar county,
on tho 2fltb day of No ember, A. !.. ltM, for
tho settlement o restates, etc.. administrator of
tho estate of A. Winter, deceased, and liavlnir
qualified accordlnK to law, all persons having
claims against the estato of said Intestato nru
hereby not I tied to present tho same for allow
aneo within the time prescribed by law, and
tt
Administrator of tho
ueecaRou.
San Antonio, Texas, December 1, 1B8J
Notice of Dissolution.
Thetlrm ot Hannlv 3c Btnnden beliitf dis
solved by limitation, Mr. A, K. titanden rctlr
lnir, notice Is hereby viientoall persons In
debted to us, to call and settlo their accounts,
so as to enable us to clone up the tlrin business.
Thanking our patrons for past favors and so
llcklnfr continuance of the same for tho new
linn, J. W, IIannio,
A. II. fcJTANDKN.
ltcferrlni to tho abnvo I take plot sure In
Informing tho citizens of Ran An ton to, and tho
public generally, that I will continue tho furni
ture buBlneat the old stund, and shall Always
endeavor to meet the wants und wishes of my
patrons. UMOSt J. W, IIannio.
BARGAINS OFFERED
Hy J W. Dradley, Ijind Affcnt.
Nirfl enttntre. writ l.ntlt. rrnnttnir rn.t mi
Mllum B'HiHie. No hju, olTerud for los
Twnntnrv rmnmn.IlmiB hmiriit nf It rnnm..
halls and eallertes, two cisterns, stables, etc,
on Ban Todro avenuo. Orcat bargain.
Jlht room, hard rock ho uso and two room
soft rock, fronting on Market and I'resa utrccte
and adjoining Casino hall. Splendid Invest
ment. IU aero farm, within two hour ride of thit
city, rler f ront, six room house celled through
out, GO acres cleared and fenced, orchard of
11 vo acres, good well and cistern. I'rii-o 52,000.
mx nico cottages in warn 4, price to
$3,tt) paying 11 to SO per cent, rental.
improved rarros.UHirr farms, rancu proper
ties with llvo stocK, largo bodies of land In
Texas and Moxlco.
Ilquso of! rooms, arallcrlcs, etc., with 4 lots.
No. 1.110 West Houston street.
Two laruo lots, corner of Solednd and Itodrl
ifiios streets.
Two nlco cottiiecs, 3 rooms each, on Fannin
street.
Nice cottajroof R rooms nil Avenuo I).
CottHeo of 1 rooms, galleries, stable, etc.
fenced. 100 acres cleared and 31 In cultivation,
15 miles Couth of Helena and 7 miles froni
llalleyvillo. Flue Improvements, well imissed
and tlmborcd. Apply to
G. r, PKUF.rUA.
it. ii. rriiKiiiA.
PJ3HEIDA BROS.
Watchmakers Jewelers,
.V. :, Cor. Commerce mid Alamo Sts,
Siiuccssors to Percld.i llroa , establUhcd 1818,
formerly on Market target. All kinds of re
pairing done In a rlrst-class manner, 10-12 3m
LANDS!
SIX ."UlXLiION ACKKS
for Sale liy
G.W. ANGLE,
Formerly with Land Department Interna
tional and Great Northern railway.
202 Commerce St. I'or. Navarro,
Upatalrs ovor Ilium & Koenlgsberger'a, Sun
Aatonio Texas. Western agent for tho New
York and Texas Land oompany, limited,
owner of tbM International and Great
Northern and Houston and Great Northern
railroad Und granta and other lands. JM-dm
FINK GOODS.
LOW PltlCKS,
V. Lorra.
rnmmrrro St., Xrir Hrlrfpr.
Itiu ret'L'litt, thf Urffiwl Mm-k ul HiiKltili
lrf rich nm. (lermiia trooiH c er lirouplit to this
rtir. All Mi)" nml color. Oulj' llntt-clftwt
tailor tmplo)od. Suluinmle up In tlio latct
stylo, nt tlm lowwt iof..It' prirt'n, anl n prr
fevt fit irimrtintfol.
, Sun Anioiilo. Texas.
Co. Proirietors.
Daily Hack Line
From Snn Antonio to HorfMllln
leaves San Antonio ilally, at tin. in., Sundays
exccpU'il. Olllcuat Ccnlrnl lintel. I. N. linker,
aircnt. 8-IS tf A. O. riCKUTT, l'rop.
Boerne Hotel
HOi:ilNI KKNl)ALI.CO.,TK.,
JAMKST. CMUKK, I'ruprietor.
lloerne, as a health resort, U unequalled In
this Btatuor country, especially for pulmonary
and kindred complaints. Tho abnvo hotel to
now fTcn to guests for the fall and winter sea
son, and tboso favoring It with thetrpatronago
will Und everything as conducive to their com
fort as can bo found tn Western Texas. Iargo
and spacious rooms, with southerly exposure,
well turnished and well ventilated, oponlng on
veranda Ihi) feet long each. Tho HOKUM;
HOTKf U directly opposite thostago ofllco uud
within two minutes' walk of of tho post and
telegraph ollices. Mall and Uret-clusa stage
dally, itagett will call for and dollver phawj ti
gers and buggagu at this hotel. lO-iZKUn
7V. DlLLAJtl),,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Xo. 12Sol(Mlait S(ru(,
Itoom B, Sau Antonio, Texas. Will practlco In
nil the courts of Texas lO-lD-tf
J. C. BREEDING & SON,
A HOHITEOT8,
VI NK VVIKKS, L1QU0RH,
Clgrjs and Tobacco. Particular attention
given to reculvlng and selling Wool for ray
customers. Htoro on wrrwr of Main plaza and
Market street.
SAX AUTON'IO, TKXAS.
JOHN H. COPELAND,
Attorney And Counsellor at Law,
und Xotury Public.
No. Z'JO West Conunereo street, up
Practices In all tho courts. HWtMy
Im K. WALinAL
HKVAN OALUnnAN
WALTHALL & CALLA(iIIA,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
San Antonio, Texas.
NARCIS0 LEAL,
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
, Snn Antonio, Texas.
FRED STEINEU,
PlIOPBISTOH
8tabloa Corner of Avenue E and Houston
street. Connected by telephone. A. orders
promptly attended to, day or night. Telephone
connection No. 801, ,
Mercliaiit Tail,
WHITE ELEPHANT.
I Hooui No S, Telephone bulMuur, corner nf I tfTf '
1 cSoledad and Houston streets, San Antonio. I gfQ
un 1 tarr-Axents tor PATT.NT TIN IIOOFINO I s ...
PLATI'.S. mado by tho National Sheet Molal t, -
110 lloollnir Company. See samples at our olDco. 1 ySf?
i SAM C. BENNETT, J $&BEBMW,
I Wholesale and Retail Dealer In "-iSSfi?) :
I Staple and FaiiGY Groceries, v j
Jowolry
H. KLOCKENKEMPER,
ilsd Street, Opposite fi.i
Keel on hand a duo stock nt Watches.
Clocks and JcwHry, a woll-sclcctcd atock or
Hieiuclca; also, llnulllan I'cbliliK hoi In Oolil
anil HLlver Kiami. Ilepalrlnf of I'lne Watches
rtstiecinlty fi-;rn
E. Hertzberg
sad D.al.r la
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
FEWELRY, SILVERWARE.
CLOCKS. ETC.
tyCtl tvnd aannlss ny ttock od pricu bfoti
Allla -111 ) 1st under rltt.Q f t i d-
E. HERTZBERQ.
BELL & BRO'S.
II Commerce Street,
a
O
a
Silver and Plated Ware,
CUTLERY, ETC.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charge rea
sonable. Wo take pleasure In showing out
goods, and purchasers are Invited to ia.ll. Bat-
HM-ty
Alex, Sartor
iker and Jeweler
No. 18 Coumbbck Strict.
may tf San Antonio, Thai.
S.STERN,
Diamonds, Watches,
FINEJEWELRY
-48 Conunereo Street,
San Antonio,
repairing.
Special attention civeo to
9-15-ly
W. S. BURNHAM, M. D.,
272 Commerce Street,
BAN ANTONIO, TE3JAS.
All diseases of Kye and Ear treated In
most approved manner with the latest appll
ances. Crooked eyes stralghtenod, artlllcla).
Inserted ta move naturally, etc., etc
No. t s tU.I Street. OpPOrme (".,. it lliue,
No.
1 rlk$Qfa
wafc
BIlBcollftnootiB.
n v tt .-CTry-g-.
TImn Card, In IJffect July 22.
Tjcavo Ban Antonio bound North ac 7:41 a.
m., 13.1.1 p. m. Arrlvo-3iY p. tn. anil p. m
Lcnvo for IjaroiloDp. arrlvo from Laredo
PULLMAN IIOTKL CAK
through to St. Iuls without chanire. Train
leaving fan Antonio at 12:15 p. m. has I'allman
Palace Weeping- ear to St. Louis.
Two expresa trains ilallr tietween
San Antonio, St. Louis, and
Austin.
Clow oonuoctlona at Uttlo Hoclc for llm
Southeast, anil In tho Union depot, ft. Louis,
with nil ox press trains.
For tickets, rates, time canla or any Infnr
mallon apply to
J. S. I-ANimV. Tlcxet Cleric.
13 Commerce street, Ban Antonio, Tex
II. I". llUOlllSi, l'nsscnirer Agruu
Houston, Tor
II. W McCULUlUOll, A.O.l'.A,
Marshall, Tex
II.C.TOWN8r.Nl),n. l'.A
St. Louis, Mo
II. M. IIOXI& Third Vlco-rrealdcnt,
Bt. Lonla. Mo.
DKCIDRD nY
Royal Havana Lottery.
KXTltAOIUlINAIlV.
December 24, 1883.
Number for A'nrabcr I'rizc for Prlz
With lfiX) additional prizes.
r 15,000 Tickets. 2204 Prizes.
SCIIEDULX.
I Cnplul Prlio
I I5.au
4,(10
l.UI)
: Prizes, 'flench.
Aiuin
tl.US) prlzo..
3 Apprnxlmallol
5I.UO nrlic...
each to tho
3 Atiproxlinatliina each to the
liUO prize SO
701 Prizes as above, lielntr tho full man
lier In tho Itoyal Havana, and
1. VO Additional l'rlztof cacb to the
1.7U tickets havlnir as an ending
niruro tho terminal unit of the
number drawing tho Capital Prize
of 15,X tffO
2. TOI Prize?, amounting Hi U 8. (rold to, . t V1,VJ
Tickets, ttS.OO, Halves, a.oO.FIrtlia, 81.00.
The Hoyal Havana official list decides every
rrlzo Subject to no manipulation, not con
rolled by tho parties in internal, honestly
managed. It la tho fairest, squarost and boat
thing that could bo conceived.
Boo that tho name GOULD A CO., Is on the
tlckot. Nono others aro gcnulno.
ALL PHIZES PAID ON PiirSRNTATION
For Information and particulars address or
apply to
8IIIP8KV COM PANT,
121! Ilroadway.Now York City
IV) East llandoinh Htreet, Chicago 111
W. W. WALLINU,
P; S I T) JONES & Oo.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
nurlal esses and caskets of every descrin-
C Spring Cart Co.,
ItUSIIVIIiliE, INDIANA.
PRICES 3LOW.
Ask your morcbant to get prices for you.
4 C Spring Cart Co.
Helotes Ranclie
STANDARD STAXLIONS.
MAMDUINO HOWAnDJtrotter) aeo No.
n. J. Trcacy'a catalogue, Lexington, Ky. He
Is a blooded bay, 15 bauds high, weighs 12W
pounds. Service, ta.
KNIGHT OP BT. IOHI8 (thoroughbred)
aired by (J londowcr, dam by Kpsllon, eo Uruco'a
Amt'ican btud Hook, volume 8, page 852. II
la A dark chestnut sorrel. Hervlco, fia.
blCK (Kentucky JackJ. U hands high, weighs
KX) pounds. Will cover mares or jermets.
rJervloo, J 15.
Short-born thoroughbred cattle, Hed Hulls,
by twenty-eighth London Duke, Lexlogtou,
Ky. Service., $10.
Spring season, February 1. Terms cash. Ser
vices paid whim marcs taken away, and It not
with foal, have tho privilege to return the next
season free ot charge. Btock delivered at Al
fred Heaves', Main Plaza, will be taken and
brought back without 00, 0rIUK4D,
lZKlr neloe,Ttx.
Wholesale Manufneturera of
TWO-WHEELED VEHICLES

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