Newspaper Page Text
The San Antonio Light.
ItAILUOAD TIME TA11I.E. International and aremt North. LEAVES, I AHHtVCH. litis. m. ;ir p. m. 12:15 p.m. 3Xi p. in. HKHjm. I 7:1S n. m. Kxprciw. . . Kxpross Western Klcnlon (Ulvrtton. HartlnbiirK ami 8.111 Antnuto. Houston-(HxTC) 7:15 b. til. .loiutotl MlieJ). I istft p. 111. Wetward-To nJ from KI Paso). .. I 6,40 p. m. 8:30 i 0.10 1 AilvortlHlnt? Diroctory. "I'NlblfTH f PYTHIAS. Klk Lndgo No. 35, mvoiacvcry Thursday at "raj p. in. Castlo in Fireman's Hall. VMtlnit brethren welcome. K"Ni(iim oPTiir. oolukn iiui.i:,casiio Alamo Lodiro Nn.SU, meet In Odd Fellows' nail tlrst ami thlnl Thunidaya uf each month. Visiting comrades welcome. i:. II. IIacon, CouuimiiUcr. II, KlOKlKElpr.ll Secretary. In Toxas Slnco IMo. I In Han Antonio Since lsl. J. A, II lyiSACK, F. McC. Newton. Hosack & Newton, Auctioneers, ConimlMlon Merchants knd en eral Collectors. XV Havo lame itoro rooina for Coulirti uents at 21 Boledad street, opposite court bomo. Berwick Ray Oysters. I am prepared to furnish 10 hotel keepers, restaurant proprietors and wholenalo dealers tbo celebrated llorwlck buy oysters, and ftvh (lulf mil. l'ackcd 1111 lei 1 to any town In Western Texas. C. O. 1). llospectrully, FRANK STARR. 15-3-1m Ban Antonio, Texaa. City Properly For Sale ! 1, Improved property on Accqula atrciit, op posite Veramcnda street. 3. Five lota in Post homestead, corner Husk and KastCommsrc street. 4. Three lota, corner Martin and Convent street, comprlslnir block No. 1. 8. rive lota on Camden street, near Maal'on square, In block No. u. s. Threo lota on Bau Pedro Avenue. 7. Half lots on Avenue I), between Filth and 8l8.tHouso'and lut on Fifth street, bctnocn Avenues 11 and C. 9. Homo and threo lots 011, Crockett square. 10. Ten acres Irrigable land with Improve ment?, on Garden street. 11. Threo lota 011 Dallas street, near Madison square, in uiock no. iv. 13. Uluht lotson Castro street, Bouthwest cor ner lot No. wi. . , , 11. Three lots corner 1-1 Paso, Balado and Medina streets. In block No. 0". 15. Slxty-ilvo and ono-balf nercs, with lm- frovemonta. under fence, known aa "Kacoand alrdrounds." .,. Id. F.'gbt acres Improved Irrigable land on the lower labor, on South l'lores street, under lence, lino peach orchard on part of grounds. 17. Flltytwolots west of Alazaa creek, on Duranito street, out of lot No. IX!. 18. Twenty-four acres lot No. 210, west of the Ban l'edro creek, at crossing of International and Suiiset roads. 11). Twelvo lots south of Government depot. Immediately on OrayBon strcot, out of tho Poller subdivision. a). One lot 1111 feet front on Avenue II, and running back to river, opposite Sixth street. SI Two lots. No. 2 and 4, In block No. 47, nbovo Upiier l,abor dltch.nn San Pedro avenue. !. Mock No. S, on Walnut street, below Stoves Si Sons' lumber yard. SI. Four lots In block No. So, above Upper I.nbor ditch. ... SI. Entire block No, m, and eight lots In block No. 1I, on Parkaveuuo. 25. All proicrty belonging to Messrs. Adams & Wlckws, comprising building lots near Inter national, Sunset and Government donots, Han Pedro springs uud other parts of tho city, which wo otter at liberal prices, and on easy terms; also, all their Irrigable lands In and about the city. Wo will examine titles, write conveyances, attend to tho renting of houses, negotlato loanson reasonable terms. Notary publloat utlleo. J, H.YUKNCII Si CO., 273 Commerce street. I havo known and watched the mo of Swift's Bpeulllu for over fifty years, and havo never known or heard of a failure to cure lltood Poison when properly taken. In all my life I havo never known a romody that would so fully accomplish what It Is rocommended to do. H.Ii. DRNNAIll), Perry, Ua. We havo sold Swift's Hpccllto (b. H. H.) with most nstontshlng results. Ono gentleman who used half a dozen bottles says that It bos dono lilm innrn irnod thnn treatment which cost him JI.UII. Another who has used It for a Scrofulous $1,000 IIEWAH1)! Will be paid to any Chemist who will find, on analysis of 10O bottles of S. 8. 8., one particle of Mercury. Iodide Potassium, or any mineral substance. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua. Our trcatlso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants, 8-4-1 yr TYPE for SALE. 700 Pounds Long Primer, Almost us rood as now, at 30 cents per pound. 500 Pounds Itrcrler, BamoasUBod In tlioI.iailT, at 23 rents. Also one csso old stylo nonpareil, about 100 pounds, at one half the price or new type. Havo also 10 Fonts Display Type, nnd column rules, suitable for a country weekly paper. Address T. II. JOHNSON, Caro LiaitT oftlco. CARTER & MULLALY, Undertakers, 4a AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA, tnnerals Furnished With EverjllequUlte. Special attention given to forwarding bodies to all parts of the United States. CCTolepbone connection. Calls ended day and night 5ear ArT ORDINANCE. To Define and l'nnlsli Nuisances and to Kstabllih General Sanitary Hesitations, and to Ileflne the Unties of the Health Ofltceraml Sanitary Inspectors, Be It ordained by the City Council of the City of San Antonio: SiCTION I. The following acts and thinrl are hereby declared to be nuisances: Filth, the contents of ccss-pooli, offal, foul water, refuse from manufictoiies, ordure, urine, animal matter (decaying) or other substances detrimental to health, thrown, placed, or allowed to remain in or upon any street, avenue, alley, sidewalk, cutter, public reser vation or lot in the city. Sec. 2. The carrying and ttanipottine of bones, hides, fish, offal, or other animal or vegetable substance in a decomposing or offensive condition, in any other than covered and Inclosed vehicles, through any street, alley, avenue, or public place wlihin this city, Rrc. 3. The filling, leveling, or railing the turlace of any street, ground or lot within the city, with animal ot vegetable subilsncei, filth gathered in cleaning yards or streets, (except mud accumulated during bad weather, which shall not be considered as filth), or waste material from mills or factories, or the removal of any ground or lot within said city filled with such offensive matter or substances. Sec. 4. Any privy In this city, the inside of which is not at least three feet distant from the adjoining lot, and at least five feet diitant from any stteet, lane, square or public place, and at least 10 feet from any ditch, river or fiublic water stream; or any privy discharging is contents Into any lane, ditches, streams, or street, or any privy so constructed that it can not be conveniently approached and cleaned, Sic. 5. Fecal matter, not thoroughly deodorized and disinfected every two weeks, in any ptlvy in this city; and the Hoard of Health shall, upon receipt of complaint, cause any ptlvy to be inspected, and, if necessary, clean'd slid disinfected; and it shall be the duly of any person or persons occupying premises on which any such privy Is situated, to permit the same to be inspected, cleaned or disinfected at the times designated by the Health Ofllcer or the Board of Health. Sec. 0 1 he cleaning or emptying of any privy in this clly, without first disinfecting the same in the manner prescribed by the Health board. The deposit of contents of any privy in any place other than such as may be approved by the Hoard of Health. sec. 7. The removal ol nlght'Soll, cleaning privies, ptlvy boxes or barrels, vaults, sinks and cesspools within this city by buckets or other proccis agitating or exposing the con tents thctcof in open air, and transporting said contents in carts or other vehicles not air-tight, through the streets, alleys and other public places within said city. Sic. 8. The keeping of a hog or hogs In a pen within the mile and a hall limits on the north, south and east sides and within a mile limit on the west side ; and the Sanitary In spector of the Board ol Health shall compel the owners of all hogs found wlihin the above limits to remove them beyond the above limits within 15 day, from the adoption ol this or dinance. Sec. 9. Filthy and unwholesome stables, sheds, pens or places where cows, horses, mules or other animals are kept. Sic. 10. The keeping of any grocery, soap, tallow or chandler establishment, and black smith's shop, tannery, stable,slaughter house, distillery, brewery sewer, privy or other place In an unclean condition. Sec. 11. Stagnant water upon any lot or ground within this city and any low or marshy lot or land, the same being made such by de fective drainage or otherwise. Sec. 11. The sale or oiler to sell in this city of any animal or part of animal that may be sickly, diseased or unwholesome, or which may have died from disease or accident, or any fish or vegetables or fruit not fresh, sound and fit for food. Upon the knowledge of a violation of this section by the Market Master any inspector of this Board or any member ol the police force of this city, said officer or officers shall report the same to the Health Officer, who shall cause such nuisance to be abated, and the party dealt with as pre scribed by law. Sec. 13. Any store, stall, room or stand where meats or fftti or vegetables or fruit are sold for food, which is kept in an uncleanly condition, cr which shall emit noisome odors disgusting to the citizens residing near such store, stall, room or shed f 'aad upon com plaint being rendered the Health Officer shall order the place to be kept clean and free from noisome odors, and if the owner thereof re fuse or neglect to pbey the orders of the Health officer, the latter shall cause the same to be vacated, and the person so offending to be presented to the Recorder's court for punish ment, as prescribed by law. Sec. 14. The Health Officer shall b: the executive officer of the Boaid of Health. Sec. 15. It shall be the duty of the Health Officer to carry out all orders of the Board of Health and the laws of the State and ordi nances of the city regarding sanitary regula tions of the cily, to cause all uuisances to be abated with all reasonable promptness. And lor the purpose 01 carrying out trie loregotng requirements he shall be permitted at all times, In the discharge of his duty, to enter any house, store, stable or other bmlding,and to cause the floors to be raised, if lie shall deem necessary, in order to a thorough' exam ination of cellars, vaults, sinks or drains; to enter upon all lots or grounds and to cause all stagnant waters to be drained off the pools, sinks, vaults, drains, or low grounds to be cleansed, filled up or otherwise improved or amended; to cause all privies to be cleansed and kept in good condition, and to cause all dead animals or other noxious and unwhole some substances to be burled or moved be yond the limits of the city. Sec 16. In order to the carrying out of the provisiens of the foregoing section it shall be the duly of the Health Officer to serve 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 such nuisance requiring him to abate the same in such manner as he shall prescribe wlihin reasonable time. Provided, that it shall not be necessary In any case for the Health Offi cer to specify in his notice the manner in which any nuisance shall be abated unless he shall deem it advisable so to do; and such notice may be given or served by any officer who may be directed or deputed to give or make the same, and if such owner, occupant or agent shall neglect or refuse to comply with the requirements of such order within the time specified he shall be subject to a fine ot not less than $5 nor more than $50 for every such violation; and It shall be the duty of the said officer to proceed at once, upon the ex piration ol the time specified in said notice, to cause such nuisance to be abated. Provided, that whenever the owner, occupant or agent of any premises In or upon which any nuis ance may be found is unknown or cannot be found, the said Health Officer shall proceed to abate the same without notice, aid in either case it shall be Ihe duty of the City Attorney Immediately to begin an action against the owner of the property to recover the cost ot abating sucn nuisance. Sec. 17. It shall be the further duty of the Health Officer to visit and examine all per sons who shall be reported to him as laboring, or supposed to be laboring, under any yellow fever, small-pox, cholera or any contagious or pestilential disease, and under the advice ol the President of the Board of Health, cause wherever possible, all such Infected persons to be removed to the cholera, small-pox or other hospitals, or to such other safe and proper place as he may think proper, or as shall be directed by the Mayor, and to cause them to be provided with suitable nurse and medical attendaace, at their own expense If they ate able to pay; but if not, then at the expense ol the city. SEC 18. It shall be the duty of the Health Officer to cause a placard, made of yellow print cloth, I2(i8 Inches In site, upon which shall be written in letters, at least one Inch long, In the English and Spanish languages, the word "small-pox," and If any person or persons shall deface, alter, mutilate, destroy or tear down any such notice without permis sion of the Health Officer or Hoard of Health, such person or persons shall he liable for each offense, to pay a fine of not less thsn twenty five nor more than fifty dollars. The occu pant of any house upon which such notice be placed or posted as aforesaid, shall be held responsible for the removal of the same, and if the same shall be removed without the per mission of the Health Officer or Board of Health, such occupant shall be subject to the like fine not less than twenty-five, not more than fifty dollars; unless he shall notify the Health Officer or Hoard or Health wlihin twenty-four hours after the removal of such notice. Sec 19. It shall be the duty of the Sanitaty Inspectors upon receiving information or ob taining knowledge of Ihe existence ol any thing or things heteln declared to be nuis ances by any ordinance, to notify the person or persons committing, creating, keeping or maintaining the same, to remove or cause to be removed the same within the time pre scribed by the Board of Health or Health Officer, and if the same be not removed by such person or persons, within Ihe time pre scribed by said notice, it shall be the duty ol the Inspector aforesaid to report the same to the Health Officer, who shall have the nuis ance abated, and the parly dealt with as pre scribed by law, Src. 20. Kach Inspector shall be assigned to a particular ward and shall be held to a strict accountability for the faithful discharge of the duties assigned to him. Sec. 21. The duties of the Inspectors shall be to traverse frequently their respective wards, and carefully note the peculiarities of topography, population, character of occupa tion or business conducted therein, and ol the construction and condition of public build ings, with regard to their sanitary state, or of private dwellings, tenement houses, shops, factories, stables, number of privies, or other buildings; also the condition of streets, alleys or sidewalks, pavements and street, gutters, the relative level of lots and streets and the system of drainage nnd sewers in every lot, street and alley. Sic 22. The Inspectors shall promptly re port to the Health Officer any nuisance or cause of nuisance found to exist tn any street, alley, lane or vacant place, or upon any lot, yard or grounds, or within any stable, shop, factory or other building whatsoever, any offensive or putrlfylng substance, any offal or refuse material, kitchen garbage, stable manure, or any manner ol filth ndisome to the community or detrimental to the public health which may have been cast out or permitted to accumulate or remain; any cesspool, overfull or leaking, stable or place of business ill-kept, or drainage of let, street or alley Imperfect, or tenement house unfit for habitation or over crowded, cellars or basements damp or foul, or any Instance deserving of attention. Sec. 23. Inspectors shall, 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 Ihe same within such time as the Inspector shall specify. Should the party notified neglect or refuse to obey said order, the In spector shall, by order of the Mayor, have the said nuisances removed and the cost of such removal, as well as such fine as the Recorder shall impose upon the delinquent, shall be collected in the manner provided by law. All notices served upon owners, agents or tenants to abate nuisances shall be in writing and shall be served In person on such owner, agent or tenant. The notice served shall specify the nuisance ordered abated and time of abatement. Wanks for this purpose will be furnished all Inspectors. Sec. 24. Each Inspector shall make a monthly roport in writing to the Secretary of of the Board of Health, in the form directed by the Board. Sec 25. Inspectors shall from time lo time perform such other and additional duties as the Board of Health may prescribe. Sec. 26. The Inspectors shall report the number of privies in their ward, and the character of each, also the water closets and their terminations, whether Into cesspools or side drains leading into main sewers, also the relative level of lots as compared with the side drains adjoining, affording good, poor or no drainage. That every privy and water closet In his ward be eisinfected at least once each month, or oftener if necessary. Sec 27. It shall not be necessary to give notice to abate the nuisances mentioned in sections 2, 7 and 8 of this ordinance, before arresting the persons violating the provisions of said sections. Sec 28. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance, either by doing or causing to be done that which Is prohibited, or by failiog to do that which is herein re quired to be done, upon conviction before the Recorder, shall be fined tn anv sum not less than five ($5) and not more than two hundred ($2oa) dollars, except wherein any section hereol prescribes a snecial Density for Its violation. ' Afitl each' and every day the act of commission or'omisiion continues shall con stitute a separate offence and subject the offender to a like penalty. Sec, 29. All ordinances and parts of ordi nances In conflict with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Passed and approved December 18, 18S3. J. II. FRENCH, Mayor. Attest : E. P. Claudon, City Clerk. " BLACK-DRAUGHT " cures dyspepsia, indigestion and heartburn. Sold by James Clavln and 1- OrjnsU, druwrUU. N. S. BURNHAM, M. D., 272 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, All diseases of Rye and Ear treated la moatapprorod manner with the latest appli ances. Crook od eye stralf htenod, artificial. Inserted to move naturally, eto eto. "IP PL .A. 3ST KZ, Jio. IS Main l'luza. Ban Antonio, Texas, wuolvaale dealer aail ufaeturer, has tho largest stock of Ji uumuivi I uuiuituvivj IIamesj,l,calLer,Slioe Fludlijrs In the city, and nlvea the beat . value for the money to lie had In Texas. Call and eoo for yourself. '0-Sl-tf IVOTV rillCRS V. Lofra, Commcrro St., Xcr llrldgc 11m rrcHvrtl tbo .(uyril ilotk ol KtiKllth French nnd UerniRn irooiU over lroujM to thin cltr. All (trie anil colon. Ontj flntclftM tailor employed. BulUmatlc up In tho lUt atyle. at tho loweit poMlble price, and a per fect fit iruaranlc eJ. Mala I'laaa, Nan Autoula. Toaas. Fowler. Berliner. & Corojrletorj. Daily Hack Line From Sau Autoulo to FJortstlllc Leave &Mi Antonio dally, at fl a. tn., Sunday excepted. Oinoe at Central hotel, I. N. liakor, agont. tj-ia-tf A. (It 1'ICKETT, Prop. BoiiRiNE Hotel llOKIUtK, KKNDAUOO., TKX., JAMBS T. CrArtKK,lroprUtor, lloerne, as a health resort, U unequalled In this State or country, especially forpulmonarr and kindred complaints. The abore hotel Is no open to ruests for the fall and winter oca son, and those farorlng It with their patronage will tlnd ererythlnr as conducive to their com fort as can be found In Western Texss. Large and spacious room, with southerly exposure, well in rnl hod and well ventilated, opening on verandas ISO feot lonjr each. Tho JIOISKNK HOT HI j is directly opposite the stage office and within two minutes' walk of of tbo post and tcleuraph ollloes. Mall and Qrst-clasa stage dally. Stages will call for and deliver paiwcn ircrs an haffirago at this hotel. JO-ii-Jm A. W.l)iLLtUM). ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, No. 112 Soled lid Street, J. C. BREEDING & SON, ARCHITECTS. SAM C. BENNETT Wholesale and Itetail Dealer tn t'INi: TVIKliS, LIQU0HS, Cliars and Tobacco. Particular attention Rlvon to receiving and selllnr Wool for my customora. Htoro on vomer or Mala pla and uaraai street. SAJf AUTONIO, TEXAS. JOHN H. OOPELiAND, AKornej and CeHHitllor at Lair, mill Notary Public. Offlce : No. i'A West Cotamerco street, up stairs. Practices In alt the courts. 10-HHy u N. WILinit, WALTHALL & CALLACIIAN, ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW. Sau AnUiiU, Texas. Official Dwyer butldlnr, southeast corn NARC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer. Bau Antonio, Texas. FRED STBINER, rrtoriuxTon k 21, 26, 27, 52 73 Stables Corner of Avanu E and Houston street. Connected by telephone. A, orders promptly attended to, day or nlirht. Telephone eonnectlen IT. 300. FINK GOODS, Jewelry, H. KLOCKENKEMPER, No. 1j Boledad Street. Opposite Court House, Man Antonio, Teias. Keeps on hand a Una stock mt Wateh, Clocks and Jewelry, a well-elpcled slock or KpeotAclea; Imi, Ilrailllan roubles Met In (told and Hllver frame, llepalrlni of Kino Watches a specialty. 8-7-0 m E.HERTZBERG, And Dealer In Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, tVCall and eiatnlno my stock aud prices be fore buying elsotrhero. All roods will be sold under written auarantce. K. IlBUT2nKna. BELL & BRO'S. Nn. 11 Commerce Street, Silver and Plated Waro, CUTLERY, ETC. rooa. huu purcoMor isfactlon warranted. Alex. Sartor, Watchmaker and Jeweler Mo. IS Couuixcs Stiixt. mar tf San Antonio. Tout. Staeliely & Tips Na. 2 Cri Streat, 8aa A Unto, IlsaUrs la Builders' Harilrae, Iron, Steel, Nalli, llvra Mioea, WooU rrk, And Tooli of Kvcry Jeicrltlo PAINTS and OILS, John Deere hand and Bulky plows, culti vators, etc. Tennessee wagons and general farm machinery. 12-lz-nm a. r. rciiKiDA. h. is. pi-heida. PEREIDA BROS. Watchmakers Jowolcrs, N. K. Cor. Commerce aud Alamo Sts, Successor to Perolda Tiros., established 1M8, formerly on Market street. All kinds of re pairing done In a tlrst-clau manner. l-12-3tn T. J. Ditink. W. 8. Smith DEVINE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Offloe Kooma 7 and 8, Havre nulldlrur, Boledad street. Will attend to all business the State and Federal Courts. MH KloekenkemperA 1 JEWELERiOPTICM Miscellaneous. XVi XT iWA"g". Time Card, In Effect July 22. U'vu San Antonio bound North at 7:15 Ioato for Larodo 1 p. in., arrive from Inrodo 7:15 a. in. Train Icavlnir San Antonio 7:15 In. m. bas tlio famous PULLMAN HOTEL CAll tlirouBU to St. Louis without clianne. Train Icavlnir Fan Antonio at 12:15 p. in. has Tollman I'alacoSleeploK car to St, Louis. Two express trains dally between San Antonio, St. Louis, and Austin. Clow connections at Little Itock for the Southeast, and In tho Union depot. Bt. Ixiuls, with alt eiprrm trains. For tickets, rntr,tlmo cards or any Infor mation apply to J. S. I.ANHHV, Tlcact Clerk. 1! Commerce street, Ban Antonio, Tel. II. I. II Will HP, Passenger A sent, Houston. Tex II. W. HcCUI.WUOII, A. O. P. A, Marshall Tex, ii.c.town8i:nd,o. r.A, St. Louis, If o II. M. IIOXIK, Third Vlce-Vresldent, St. Louts, ito. F.Kalteyer&Son y vlnlllnt this wholesale and retail estat" Ushment yott will find their larxcly assorted stock or Jj UlUUIUIIIUUl lllVUMUUIUl l'ATENT MEDICINE, Photographic material, sponges, chamois skins, etc., fresh supplied, also, elegant Ull.t sets, toilet soaps, colognes, perfumes, tooth powder, hair and tooth brushes, toilet powdor, etc. 1210lm DECIDED IIY Royal Havana Lottery. January 5, 1884. Kunibir for Kumber--Prize for Prize With 431 additional prizes. Only 42,000 Tickets. 1838 Prizes, 1 Capital l'rlzv t " ' '.'.!"' SPrlica, t.VK) each. , 12,0Ot! S.CuS 1..VU :,a 2.IOJ 0.(11) 11,0.1) VJ Approximations to first prize, fiu Approximations to soeond, prlzo m cacn. i,w 1418 Prizes as abovojielne tho full num ber In tbo Hoyal Havana, and 430 Additional Prizes of 15 each to the 4'JU tickets havlnir as ending num. her tho two terminal units of the number drawlojr tho Capital Prise of 12,000 z,le l.SH I'rlzof, ainountlnr In U H. gold to. $44,096 Tickets. az.OO. llalves. 1.00. Tho Hoyal Havana official list decides every f rlzo. Subject to no manipulation, not con. rolled by tho parties in interest, honestly manajred, It Is the fairest, aquarost and best thing- that could bo conceived. Boo that tbo name GOULD & CO., la on the ticket. None others aro genuine. ALL PHIZES PAID ON PltESHNTATION For information and particulars address or apply to BIIIPSSY COMPANY, 1213 Uroadway. New York City. U East lUndoli.u utroet, Chicago III.. Or W,W. WALLINO, No. I West Commerce Street and No. a Alamo Plata San Antonio MUKl'IIV & SHELTOX, AEOHITEOTS Offlce, Corner Houston It Accqqla Street. San Antonio, Texas. P. SID JONES, T.H.I1KVSTI8, OSaAnnKROSTrtOU. (Successors to FbllDcl.) P. SED JOISTES & Co. FUNEKAL DIRECTORS. Burial cascfl and casket of ercrj descrip tion. OlHoe Ilium tstrcet, opposite Menrer hotel. Telephone 180 day or nlabt. Under taker's Ulllce at 218 Kaat Houston tit. tHIl-ij Helotes Ranche. STANDARD STAULIONS. MAMIHIINO IIOWAnD.ttrotUsr) see No. n. J. Treaoy'a catalogue, Lexington, Ky. II. la a blooded bay, It! bands high, wclgna 1SUU pounds. Service, 135. KNIQHT OF BT. LOUIS (thoroughbred) slredhyQlondower, dam by Hpsllon, see I truce s American Stud Hook, volume 8, poiro IBS. If. la a dark chestnut sorrel. Service, US. PDICK (Kentucky Jackl,15handa.hlghtwa!ghi SCO pounds. WlU cover niaroa or jenneta. Service, (US. Short-horu thoroughbred cattle, lied Dulls, by twenty-eighth London Duke, Lexington, Ky. Services, 1 10. "Sprioir season, February 1. Terras cash. Ber vlooa paid when mares taken away, and It not with foal, havo the privllego to return the next acoaon tree of charge. Stock, delivered at Al fred lleavos', Matu Plaza, will bo taken aa. brought back without oost- V. atllLBKAU, 1 E31r He!ote.Tr,