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ItAIMtOAD TIMi: TAHLIC International nnd Ureat Northern JI.KATM 5:iA a. m. I!:lip.ni. "jiir,. m. tlnlveston, llarrUlinre mihI Nan Ant I I. (AVIS. I Illusion (KxprtwO Ha. m. I luusiun (Mixed) i 1.15 p. m. I tVeatwaid (To anil trom lil Paso) . f,M0 1. m. AdvortlHiiit: Directory. pNIGIITfl "pVTHIAS, Klk Lmlyo No. M, uiecievcryTinirdayntT:.H) . m. Cnstlo Fireman's Mali. Vlsltltiir brethren wclcouio. knhFhts oktiu: holdum itiii.i:. c-natie l Alamo LndiroNo.tUi.inivM In Odd Pullows' nail Unit ami tlilr.l 'liiuredayaorcacli laonth. visiting coinraics welcome. Uosack & Newton, KEAL KIM Mm,. Auctioneers, CouilnlMion Merchant an.I Oen eral Olleetora. nr" Ham largo store rooms for OiiMjn iionta atll Solcdad street, opposite court Imu-e Berwick Bay Oysters. I am prepared ti furnish to hutcl keepers, restaurant proprietors ami wliolmule. dealers l ho celebrated llerwlek buy oysters, uml tili liuir nth. Packed m len to any town In W.ttorn Texan. C. O. 1). Ilopoitfully. FRANK STARR. 12 aiin San Antonio, Texas. City Property For Sale! a. Fivo lots In Port homoftcad, corner Husk and llatt Commerce strcc'. 4. T'breo lots, corn-r Martin and Convent street, cumprltlnirlunck No. 1. 5. Plvo Iota on Camden street, near Madison square. In block No. V. tt. Three lots im 8an Pedro Avenue. 7. Half lota on Avcnuo II, between Uttli and Sixth streets. a. House a V. Ilouio and tbrcolnts on Crockett square, 10. Ten acres irrigniiie wnu wnu improve ments, on (lardcn street. 11. Three lota on Dallas ttreet, nenr Madison square. In block No. W. , 11!. Houso and lot, corner Fronklln square and Hidalgo street. ... ,. . TJ. Rlutit Intson Caitrostrcct, southwest cor. nrr lot No. 13.V ,., , , 14. Throo lots comer 1.1 Paso, Salaio and Medina streets. In block No. 07. 15. Slxty-ltve and uue-hnlf acres, with Im provements, under fence, known as "Kacouud Falrdrounds." , ... 10. E'ght acres Improved Irrljrablolandon the lower labor, on South l'loris street, under fence, tlno teach orchard on part of ground. IT. l'llty-two lots west of Allium creek, on Durango street, out of lot No. MS. 19. Twrn ty-four acres lot No. 2in, west of tho San Pedro creek, at crossing of Intciuatlonal and Huuset roads. , . III. Twelvo lots south of Government depot. Immediately on tlraysuu street, out of tho Policy subdivision. ill. dim lot lttl foot front on Avenuo II, and running buck to rlvor, opposite Hlxth street. 21 Two lots. No. 'J nn.l 4, In block No. 47, abovo Upper lbor illteh.nnr-uti Pedro iivcnuo. S3 lllock No. 8, on Walnut street, bolow Steves & Sons' lumber yard. S3. Pour lots In block No. 23, abuse Upper Labor dllch. . , SI. K.ntlro block No. 33, and eight lots la block No.&, on Park avenue. 25. All property belonging to Messrs. Adams ti Wlckos, comprising building lots near Inter national. Sunset and Government doaots, Han Pedro springs and other parts of the, city, iitinut thu cltv. Wo will exBmlno titles, wrlto conveyances, attend to the renting of houses, negotluto loans on icuronubln terms. Notary public Ht omcu. J. H.FllKNCHfcCO., 27.1 Comment street. I have known and watched tho uso of Swift's Bpedllo for over fifty years, and huvo novcr known or hoard of a falhuo to euro Illood Poison when properly taken. In all my Ufa I huvo never known n remedy that would so fully accomplish what It Is recommended to do II. I.. UK.NNAltD, Perry, Oa. We havo sold Swift's Speclllo (h. R. 8 J with most astonishing results. Uno gentleman who used half a dozen bottles says that It has done him more good than treatment which cost him si.UUO. Anotherwholias used It for a Scrofulous atToctlon reports a permanent euro from Its uso. VAN S1IAACK, STUVI'.NSON & CO., Ctilcugo, Illinois. $1,000 UEW.VKI)! Will bo paid to any Chemist who will find, on analysis of 100 bottles of S. 8. B., oua particle of Mercury, Iodide. Potassium, or any mineral substance. THIS SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Drawers, Atlanta, Ga. Our treatise on flloodand Bkin Diseases mailed free to applicants. 0-4-1 yr TYPE for SALE. 70Ponuls Long Primcri Almost ssgood a new, at 30 cents per pouut), 500 Ponuds Brcrier, Same as used la thel.taiiT, at 23 cents. Also one case old stylo nonpareil, about 100 pounds, at ono halt the price of new type, Havoalso 10 Fonts Display Type, and column rules, suitable for a country weekly paper. Address T. H. JOHNSON, Care LtaiiT onico. CARTER &MULLALY, Undertakers, 42 AND 44 AI.AMO TLAZA. runsrilsrarolshod With tSverylllequlslte, Special attention given to forwarding bodies to all parts of tho United States. BrTelcphone connection. Calls ended day and nltrnt. Aiirtivx. fcw p. Id mr, p, in 7:V. n. m itnnlo Alliums, twin p. in (M a. in AN ORDINANCE. To Define anil l'nnliti Nulsaneas and to Kstabllsh General Hanltary Itrgulatlons, and to Define the Duties or the Health OlArer and Sanitary Inspectors. He it ordained by the City Council of the City of San Antonio: SrcriON I. The followlnc acts and thincs ate hereby declared to be nuiuncnt Filth, the contents of ccst-poolt, olT.il, foul water, refute from msnufscloilcs, ordure, urine, animal matter (decaying) or oilier tubstsnces detrimental to health, throvtn, p'aceil, or allowed to remain in or upon any ttreet, avenue, alter, tidewalk, cu'tcr, public reter- men or lot in tnecitj . Sec i. The carrtinc and lranuorti.ie of bones, hldei, fith', offal, or other animal or vegetable tubttance In a decomposing or ollentive condition, in any other than covered and Incloted vehicle!, through any street, alley, avenue, or public place within Ihis city. SiC 3. The filling, leveling, or raising Ihe turlace of any ttreet, ground or lot within the city, with animal or vegetable iubitanc.es, filth gathered in cleaning yardt or ttrectt, (except mud accumulated during bad weather, which thall not be considered at filth), or watte material from mills or factoriet, or the removal of any ground or lot within tsid city filled w ith inch offensive mttter or tubstances. hcc. 4. Any privy in Ihis city, the inside of hich is not at least three feet distant from the adjoining lot, and at least five feet distant from any ttreet, lane, iquare or public place, and at least 10 feet from any ditch, river or fiublic water stream; or any privy discharging it contenti into any lane, ditches, streams, or street, or any privy to conttructcd that it can- it be conveniently approached and cleaned. Src. 5. Kccal matter, rot thoroughly MHlotlred an 1 disinfected every two wctkt, any privy in tills city: and the Hoard of Health thall, upon receipt of complaint, cause any privy to be inspected, and, if necessary, clean d and disinfected; and it shall be the duly ol any person or persons occupying prcmisri on which any such privy it tituated, to permit the tame to be inspected, cleaned or nsinitctrd at Ihe times designated by the llr.llli Officer or the Hoard of Health. Klc. 6 Ihe cleaning or emutviri'nl any privy in this city, without first disinfecting the tame in the manner prescribed by the Health board. '1 he deposit of contents of any privy in any place other than such at mav be approved by the Hoard of Health. sac. 7. 1 ne removal 01 nigiii'toii, cietntng privies, privy boxes or barrels, vaults, sinks and cetspools within this city by buckets or other prcet sgitatlng or exposing the con tents tneieoi in open air, ana transporting sal J contents in cuts or other vehicles not air-tight, through the ttreett, alleys and other public placet within laid city. Sac. 8. The keeping of a hog or hogt in a pen within the mile and a hall limits on the north, south and eatt tides and within a mile limit on the west tide ; and the Sanitary In spector of the Hoard ol Health thall compel the ownert of all hogt found within the above limltt to remove them beyond the above limit! lthtni,days Irom the adoption ol this or dinance. Sec Q. Filthy and unwholesome stables. thedt, pent or placet where cowt, hortet, mules or other animalt are kept. nrc. 10. 1 he keeping 01 any grocery, loan, tallow or chandler establishment, and black smith's shop, tannery, stable, slaughter home, distillery, brewery tewer, privy or other place in an unclean condition. oEC iii stagnant water upon any tot or f;round within thii city and any low or marshy ot or land, the tame being made tuch by de fective drainage orothcrwite. Sec. 12. The tale orolTer to tell in ihis city ol any animal or part of animal that may be sickly, diteatcd or unwholesome, or which may have died from disease or accident, or any fith or vegetablei or fruit not fresh, sound and fit for food. Upon the knowledge ol a violation of thii section by the Market Blatter any lntpector 01 tnis iioara or any member ot the police force of this city, said officer or officers thall report the tame to the Health Officer, who thall cause tuch nuisance to be abated, and the party dealt with at pre scribed by law. Sec. 13. Any store, stall, room or stand where meat! or fish or vegetablei or fruit are told for food, which It kept in an uncleanly condition, cr which shall emit noisome odors diigutticg to the citixent reiiding near tuch ttore, ttall, room or tbed; aad upon com plaint being tendered the Health Ulticcr thall older the puce to be kept clean and free from noisome odors, and if the owner thereof re fuse or neclectto obey the orders ol the Health officer, the latter thall cause the tame to be vacated, and the person so ollending to be presented to the Recorder's court for punish ment, as prescribed by law. Sec 14. The Health Olhcer shall be the executive officer of the Uoaid of Health. SEC I c,. It shall be the duty of the Health Officer to carry out all orders of the Hoard of Health and the laws of the State and ordi nances of the cily regarding taniltry regula tions of the city, to cause all nuitancet to be abated with all rcatonable promptnett. And lor the purpose 01 carrying out the lorcgoing requirements he shall be permitted at all times, In the discharge of hit duty, to enter any houte, ttore, liable or other building, and to cause the floors to be raised, If he thall deem ntcetiary, In order to a thorough exam ination of cellars, vaults, sinks or drains; to enter upon all lots or groundt and to cause all stagnant waters to be drained off the pools, sinks, vaults, drains or low groundt to be cleansed, filled up or otherwise improved or amended; to cause all privies to be cleanted and kept in good condition, and to caute all dead animalt or other noxiout and unwhole some substances to be buried or moved be yond the limits of the city. axe. to. in order to the csrrying out ol the provisient of the foregoing tection it thall be the duty of the Health OHicer to tetve a notice in writing upon the owner, occupant or agent of any lot, building or premises in or upon which any nuisances may be found, or who may be the owner or cause of any tuch nuitance requiring him to abate the same in tuch manner at he thall pretcribe within rcatonable time. Provided, that it thall not be necessary in any case for the Health Offi ccr to specify in his notice the manner in which any nuisance shall be abated unless he shall deem it advisable to to do; and tuch notice may be given or served by any officer who may be directed or deputed to give or make the tame, and if tuch owner, occupant or agent thall neglect or refute to comply with the requirements of such order within the time specified he thall be tubject to a fine ot not less than $5 nor more than $50 for every such violation; and it thall be the duty ol the taid officer to proceed at once, upon Ihe ex piration ol the time specified in said notice, to cause tuch nuitance to be abated. Provided, that whenever the owner, occupant or agent of any premises in or upon which any nuit ance may be found it unknown or cannot be found, Ihe said Health Officer shall proceed to abate the tame without notice, and in either cate it shall be the duly of Ihe City Attorney immediately to begin an action against the owner of the properly to recover the cott ol abating tuch nuitance. Sec. 17. It thall be the further duty of the Health Officer to vitit and examine all per sons who thall be reported to him as laboring. or supposed to'be laboring, under any yellow fever, tmall-pox, cholera or any contagious or pestilential disease, and under the advice ol the President of the Board of Health, 'cause wherever possible, all tuch infected oertons to be removed to the cholera, tmall-pox or other hospitals, or to tuch other safe and proper place at he may think proper, or ai thall be directed by the Major, and to cause them to be provided with suitable jiursc and medical atlendaace, at their own expense If they are able to psj; but If not, then at the expense of the city. Sec 18. It thsll be the duly of the Health Officer to cause a placard, made of yellow print cloth, IH18 inches in site, upon which shall be written in letters, at leatt one Inch long, in the English and Spanish Itngusges, the word "tmall-pox," and if any perton cr pertont thall deface, alter, mutilate, dettroy or tear down any tuch notice without permis sion of the Health Officer or Hoard of Health, tuch ptrton or persons thall be liable for each offense, tn pty a fine of not lett than twenty five nor more than fifty dollars. The occu pant of any home upon which tuch notice be placed or potted at aforesaid, thall be held responsible for the removal of the same, and if the tame thall be removed without Ihe per. million of the Health Officer or Hoard of Health, tuch occupant shall be tubject to the like fine not less thin twenlv-five, not more lhan fifty dollars; unless he shall notify the Health Officer or Hoard of Health within twenty-four hours after the removal of such notice. Sec. 19. It shall be the duty of the Sanitary Inspector! upon receiving information or ob taining knowledge of the existence ol any thing or thing! herein declared to be nuis ance! by any ordinance, to notify the person or person! committing, creating, keeping or maintaining Ihe tame, to remove or cause to be removed the tame within the time pre scribed by the Hoard of Health or Health Offictr, and If Ihe same be not removed by tuch perton or persons, within the time pre scribed by tald notice, it thall be the duty ol the lntpector aforesaid to report the sane to the Health Officer, who thall have the nuis ance abated, ond the parly dealt with as pre scribed by law. Sec. 30. Each Inspector thall be assigned to a particular ward And shall be held to a ttrict accountability for the faithful discharge of the duties assigned to him. Src 21. The duties of the Intpcctort thall be to traverte frequently their respective wardt, and carelully note the peculiarities of topography, population, character of occupa lion or business conducted therein, and of the construction and condition of public build ings, with regard to their tanitary state, or of private dwellings, tenement houtet, shops, factories, stables, number of privies, or other buildingt; also the condition of ttreett, alleys or tidewalkt, pavements and itreet gutter!, the relative level of lott and ttreet! and the tyitem of drainage and teweri In every lot, itreet and alley. Sec 22. The intpectors thall promptly re port to the Health Officer any nuitance or cause of nuitance found to exist in any ttreet, alley, lane or vacant place, or upon any lot, yard or groundt, or within any liable, thop, factory or other building whattoever. any offensive or putrifying substance, any offal or refuse material, kitchen garbage, stsble manure, or any manner ol filth noisome to the community or detrimental to the public health which may have been cut out or permitted to accumulate or remain; any cesspool, overfull or leaking, stable or place of business ill-kept, or drainage of let, ttreet or alley Imperfect, or tenement houte unfi' for habitation or over crowded, cellar! or batementt damp or f jul, or any instance deserving of attention. Sec 23. Inspector! thall, upon finding any of the herein enumerated nuisances upon a lot, notify the tenant in possession, or if unoccu pied, the owner thereof, if in the city, to abate the same within such time as the lntpector thall tpecify. Should the party notified neglect or refute to obey said order, the in tpector thall, by order of Ihe Mayor, have the said nuisances removed and the cost of such removal, as well as such fine at the Recorder shall impose upon the delinquent, thall be collected In the manner provided by law. All nollcet terved upon ownert, agents or tenants to abate nuisances shall be in writing and shall be terved In perton on tuch owner, agent or tenant. The notice terved thall tpecify the nuisance ordered abated and time of abatement. Blanks for thii purpose will be furnithed all Inspectors. Sec. 24. Each Inspector shall make a monthly report in writing to the Secretary of of the Hoard of Health, in the form directed by the Hoard. Sec. 25. Inspectors shall from time to time perform tuch other and additional duties as the Hoard of Health may prescribe. Sec 26. The Inspectors thall report the number of privies in their ward, and the character of etch, also the water doiets and their termination!, whether into cettpools or tide drain! leading into main icwers, alio the relative level of lott as compared with the tide draini adjoining, affording good, poor or no drainage. That every privy and water clotet in hit ward be disinfected at leatt once each month, or oftener if necessary. Sec 27. It shall not be necessary to give notice to abate the nuitancet mentioned in tectiom 2, 7 and 8 of thlt ordinance, before arresting the person! violating the provisions of tald lections. Sec. 28. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance, either by doing or ciusinr to be done that which it prohibited, or by faiheg to do that which ii herein re quired to be done, upon conviction hefore the Recorder, thall be fined in any turn not len than five f $5) and not more than two hundred (S200) dollars, except wherein any lection hereof prescribe! a special penalty for Its violation. Ana each and every day tne act 01 commission or omission continuet snail con stitute a leparate offence and subject the offender to a like penalty. Sec 20. All ordinances and parts of ordi nances in conflict with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Passed and approved December is, IBJ.J. T. II. FRENCH, Mayor, Attest: E. I". Claudoh, City Clerk. " BLACK-DRAUGHT" euros dyspepsia, Indigestion and heartburn. Bold by James Clavln and I- Orynskt. druggists, IT. S. BUBNHAM, M. D., mm 272 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRANK, Xo. Ill Mnlu l'litzu, Ban Antonio, Texas, wholesale dealeraml nsu ufavturer, bat the larstvst stock t l(arnes!,l,father,Stioe Findings In the city, and srlvos tko best value for the money to be bad In Texas. Call and see for I yeurself. VfS-tf LOW I'ltlCEH V. Lorra, Commrrri' .St., pr Ilridcr. Hat rrerivid the laiirtil slock l Cnrllh French and (lenoan iroods rvor brought tn this cltr. All ft) In and colon. Only Drst-claM tailors employed. Pulls made up in the latest style, at the lowest pwxthlti prices, and a per fect Dt cuarantrevl. Ualu I'laia, Nan Antonio. Texas. Fowler. Berliner & Co. Pronrielors. Daily Hack Line r'rciu San Antonio to Flortsillle IicatesPati Antonio dally, at fl a. in., Sundays excepted, Ofllcc at Central hotel. 1. N. Maker, Sltwut. tS-12-tf A.O.I'ICKUTT, l'rop. Boerne Hotel llOKlthT, ICK.NDAI.I.CO..TKX., JAMltST. CLAltKK.l'roprl.tur. and kindred complaints. Tho abose hotel Is now open to ttuests for the fall and winter sea son, and thoso fnvorlnsr It with thctrpatronairo will tlnd overy thlnsr as conducive tothelr com fort as can bo found In Wittcrn Texas. 1trgo and spacious rooms, with southerly exposure, woll furnished and well ventilated, opening- on verandas JKO feet Ions: each. Tho IltillUNi: HOTlUi Is directly nppotlto tho stairo olUco and within two minutes' walk of of tho post and telegraph olllccs. Mall nnd llrKt-elass stairo dally, suites will call for and deliver pniwen srers ana tmmriiiro at this hotel. 10-i.V3m A. W. DlLLlill), ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, Xo. 12 Solodail Street, Room 5, Ban Antonio, Texas. Will practice In all tho courts of Texas. ltt-lJ-tf J. C. BREEDING & SON, ARCHITECTS. SAM C. BENNETT, iThi)lnl and HeUOl Ddftlerln Staple and Fancy Groceries, FiSK WIfJKS, UtlllORS, Cigars and Tobacco. Fartloular attention el ven to receiving- and sellliia- Wool for my customers. Htore on coruor of Main plsxa ana Market street. SAX AXTOXIO, TEXAS. JOHN H. OOPELAND, Attcnif j and Counsellor at Lair, nnd Xotnrj Public. Oflicni No. KO West Commerce street, up stairs. Practices In all the courts. ItVX-ly U M. WAIIUAL BHTAK CULIAOIIArr WALTHALL & CALLAWIIAN, ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW. Sau .Intuitu, Texas. NARCISO LEAL, LITE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer, Han Antonio. Texas. FRED STEINEK, ranmrsrrnn Ha. 21. 26, 27. 52 73 Stablos-Corner ot Avenue B and Houston street. Connected by telephone. A. orders promptly attended to, day or night. Telephone connection N. 90s. FIME GOODS. Irctat Tail, WHITE ELEPHANT Jowolry, H. KLOCKEN KEMPER, No. S3 Doletlad 8tnot, Opposite Court II Keeps on hand a tlno stock f VTatchc. Clocks and Jewelry, n wcll-flelccled stock of Kpeetaclcs: also, llrnrlllan t'obtilin Het In Hold and Ml ver Frames. Keinlrlntrnf Fine Watches a specialty. 0-7-Bin B.HBRTZBERG, And Dealtrin Hatches, Diamonds, Jewelry, SIlTcnrare , Clocki, IVCallandexainiiioiny stock and prices lie fore bu I r.R-elsewhere. All Roods will bo sold under written guarantee. 1- lltiazmno. BELL & BRO'S. II Commerce Street. 1 'ms? o t& Sllvor unil Plnted Warn, CUTLERY, ETC. het and Jowclr . Wu ttke p it faction warranted, Alex. Sartor, Watchmaker anil Jeweler No. iS Coumiics Strict, may tf SAti ANTONIO. Ttauvs. Staehely & Tips N. XO CtMMr Street, turn An tonio, Dealera la Bnilrs' Hardware, Iron, Steel Nalli, Ho rue Hhoei, AVood n.rk. Ami Tools of liver Uvaerlptlo nPJIISTTS and OILS, farm machinery. a, r. rcKiiDi. iu m. rrKEiui PEREIDA BROS. Watchmakers Jewelers N. IS. Cor. Commerce and Alamo St Riiemuvini tn TpreMa Ttrns.. established 1813. formerly on Market street. All kinds of re pairing aone in a ursi-ciass manner, sv-u om T. J. Ditixi. W. 8. Bill DEVINE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SAN ANTONItJ, TEXAS. OBlco nooma 1 and 8, Dome ItulMlny, roiedad ttreet. win aucna to au Dusineaa the 8 us to and Federal Courts. oupe. JEWLETICIAN No 5 mm 4 w j-vv.rrrr''t,. MIhcoIIaiioour. ntcrnationaHGreal Northern Time Card, lu KiTect July 22. Leave Pan Antonio bound North at 7:15 a. in., 12:11 p. m. Arrive 131 p. m. and p. m Lcavo for Laredo o p nu arrive from Laredo 1,1a.m. Train leavlni Han Antonio 7:tV. m. hat tho famous PULLMAN HOTEL CAIl rtmxli to At, Lou In without chance. Train loavltiff Ban Antonio at p. m. bai Tullniao 'alaco 81 w pi tiff car to St. Louli. Two oxprcM train (tallr between San Antonio, St. Louis, and Austin. Clou connections at I.lttlo Uock for tho Southeast, and In the Union depot, Bt. Louis, Ith all exprou trains. For tlckcta, rate, time rards or any Infor mation applrto J. 8. LANimV. TlcxctClerx, It Commerce street, San Antonio, T"J. 11. 1'. IIUUIII, raasenxer Atrent, Houston, Tex It. W. IttCULLOUGH. A. 0.1'. A- Marshall, Tex. II.CTDWNSKND.O. P.A. Bt. Louis, Uo II. M. HDXIK, Third Vlon-PrealdenU Bt. Louts, Mo. '.Kalteyer&Son lly vltltlnr thl! wholesale and retail estab lishment you will find their lariely attorleJ stock of 1AT13XT MEDICINE, hotographlo inatcrUl, fpongri, charanU itkln. etc., frrh imri'llciJ, alio, olennnt Ullet tcti, tolti't soaps eolotrnca, per Iu met, tooth powder, lialr auI tooth bruihci, toiUt powder. He. 13-ltMm nncmr.D nr oyal Havana Lottery. January 5, 1884. A'nmbcr Tor Xunibcr-Frlzc for Prize With ' additional prises. Only 42.000 Tickets. 1838 Prize.. 1 Cki.iihI l'riio t lz.i" 1 " 4,1X0 t " " MOO 5 Prlics, f .VO each MO 10 ail ' J.un 11 to " O.UII lltil " 10 " ll,usu VJ Approximations to urst prize, i-ti rucli ' l.W W Approximations to rooond, ttriio Veath 1.W0 420 Additional I'rUtsof 5 each to the vajtlckotahavlniras ending num. ter tho two terminal units of the number drairloir the Capital l'rlie of tU.OUO 2,1te 1,838 Trltci, amounting In V. .coldto..Stt,Ott Ticket. 03.00. Halves, S l.OO. Tho Moral Havana official list decides every rirlzo. eubjeel to nn manipulation, not con rolled by tho parties in interest, honestly tbInK that could tio conceived. Reo that tho namo GOULD CO., Is on the ticket. Nona others uro genuine. ALL PRIZES rAin ON PRESENTATION 81IIFBE7 COMPANY-, lzu iiroaaway.new xoric uiy 63 East Randolph Btrcot, Chicago 111. W.W. WALL! NO, n Street and No. 3 VTtst Commerce Street and Nn. I Alamo Plata BanAntnnla MlU'llV & SlIL'LTOX, AJEl OI-IITEOTS Ofllco, Corner Houston & Accaqla Street. San Antonio, Tcxuh. jj P. SID JOMH, T. 1U ntXSTlS, OSCAII BtHOSTOOM. (Successors to Phil Dol.) p. sid joisncs&oo. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Helotes Rancha STANDARD STALMONS. MAM1IUINO HOWAltn, (trotter) see No. It. J. Treacy's cntAlofrue. Loxinirton. Ky. Ha la a blooded bay, 16 hands blirb, wetibi lax) pounds. Bervlce, '&. ICNiailT OV BT. IOOTS (thoroughbred) slrod by U lendowcr, dam by Rpellon.sce ilruoe't Ami , Iran Mud Hook, volume ft, pane MX He Is a dark chestnut sorrel. Bervtoe. 3D1CK (Kentucky Jack), 15 hands hlb, weighs GUI pounds. Will cover mare or jennets. Bervlco, S1A. Bliort-horn thoroughbred cattlo, Hod Bulls, by twenty-eighth Loudon Duke, Lexington, Ky. Services, 1 10. SBpnnir toason, February 1. Terms cash. Ser. vies paid when marcs taken away, and If not vtlth foal, have the prlvllcgo to return the next season free of charge. Btook delivered at Al-