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ItAII.ltOAI) TIMK TAIIL.E. International n.l Great North. Express I , Western KTlenslon I Bifvp.ri O.lvetton. Ilarrbburg and Ban Antonio. Westward To and from El Paso).... Announcements. A. STIVE m a candidate for ShetllTot Jkxu county, at toe ensuing riecuon, Tbo Light la authorized to announce Finoi naki Nitinu, an a randldato for HherltT of llczar couDty.atthe NoTcraber election. The UanT it authorized to announce Captain Vim. HiiAKDCiN aa a candidate for tbo ofllce of BbcrlH at the cniulnjr election In J ore tuber. FOR COUNTY ATTORNIY. The Light Is authomed to announce M. O. Anieiimn aa a candidate for County Attorney or Bexar county at the ennuintr election. rOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Judno John B. IttXTOii, o Austin, aa a cinrlldate for Con Kress In the Tenth District of Trias. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wearo authorized to announce A.S. Cncv Aucnaa a candidate to represent this district Monday, August 25, 1884. The young Democrats don't seem to be enthusing to any remarkable degreo anywhere this campaign. Tm: San Antonio Maine and I.ogan club keeps a booming, and the meetings are the events of the week. The Ban Antonio and Aransas road will get Into grand shape In time to catch the business Immediately after the election. County tickets are numerous, but the court house ticket published In the I.iqiit on Thursday rather took the wind out of the sails of the rlngsters, and opened wide the eyes of the public Talk about machine In politics. If the rank and tile of tho Democratic patty In Texas are not "dull, driven cat tle" It only needed tho Houston con vention and the old ticket to prove the fect City AnoitsEY New ton decides that the Volksfest association cannot use San Pedro Hprlngs park and charge an entrance fee. Central garden last year was not spacious enough for the crowd, and It no doubt will be larger this year. The Critic, Lagarto, Is the new paper received by the Light. It Is published by W. II. Howard, Esq., late of the Cor pus Chrlstl Critic, Is neat and newsy, and devoted to the Interest of Lagarto and vicinity. Tho LiaitT wishes for It prosperity and great success. Saver cannot repeat the trick of Han cock and give personal pledges to the sheep men, and at the same time talk about the Morrison bill. Ills Fcrt Worth speech puts him on record as an out and out free trader If It means anything, and that fact ought to settle his political hash, The French have commenced to bom bard Foo Choo, and the Ho allien Chinee seems to be ready to mix with them In the little squabble. But It Is more than likely that beyond the wasting of a lot of flied ammunition on both sides the differences will be settled by neutral powers, Tim Itoerne Iteglster does not claim to be much of a weather prophet, but It sayat "The backbone of summer Is bro ken ; we do not mean to say there will be no more hot days, but that the bal ancing pole between the tropics and the Kith parallel will not slop over toward this direction for another year to come." Qknkdai. Imoih does not appear to have lost any popularity, If the meeting In Chicago on Saturday nluht was anv criterion. There were more than WOO men In the procession, and at Lake park there were 30,000 persons to listen to Qenrral Logan's speech. The integra tion of tbo Jiepnbllcan party don't seem to he very rapid. It has been claimed that the majority or the Mow workpapers were support log Sir.' Cleveland, but since Mr. But ler'i candidacy has become assured many of thorn ire supporting him, nota- bly the Sun, Star and Truth, the Star being the sernl-ofllolal organ of John Kelly. As att expedient Governor Cleveland lias not brought honor or tribute to tho Democracy. "Nononv can suppose", from any evi dence or from the probabilities, that wise financial legislation, a sound reve nue system, or Improved administration would follow Democratlo success. The parly represent no policy except that of silence, evasion and running for luck," This atlomntlo langtiago Is from Har per's Weekly of only nine months ago, and Is as I rue. now as It was then. Tun Laredo Times, In n very vigor ous nrtlclo' regarding the Itepubllcan bosses In tho State, says: "This stric ture by no means applies to all tho Fed eral olllclals In the State, many of whom are good men, and not a few of them thoroughly en rapport with the element just commended, and whose exponent Is the excellent newspaper, the Lirmr, of San Antonio." The J.innr Is thank ful for the good opinion ol the Times, and will endeavor to retain It, Tin: lllnnco News makes tho Incred ible assertion that It does not believe tho pcoplo In the Tenth district would like tho restoration of the tarld'on wool if It were given to them. Tho average price of wool now Is 15 cents, nnd before tho reduction It was 2j cents. If there, Is a wool man In the Tenth district that would not take the highest market price for his wool and all ho can get, he should bo promptly cnged ond shipped off to Itanium. Spkaktmi of Mr. Sayers as tho Demo cratlo Congressional nominee from the Tenth District, the lloerno Iteglster says : " Personally Mr. Sayers Is a gentleman, nnd u man of ability after his peculiar fashion. Mr. Sayers though among other antiquated Ideas holds that of free trade. Ths will tell strong ly against him In n district whero one of the rhlef Industries depends mainly upon tho fostering Industries that Is extended to American labor and American Indus tries." Of (Jovkii.noii Cleveland'; letter, tho New York Sun says: "Will this spirit less and Ineffectual writing, the feeblest nnd most tinstatestnan like document that a like occasion In our history has ever Inspired, will It dispel the feeling of disorganization which Is abroad and allay the doubts and discords that rend the Democratlo party? Is thero any thing In It that will gather to Urover Cleveland the strength of that party, re concile Its factions and carry It to vic tory In this remarkable contest? We think not. In letters or great pith and moment tho manner Is generally of small account compared with tho mat ter, but Crovcr Cleveland's letter of ac ceptance Is, from every point of view, an unfortunate production." A llAt.TtMoiiK preacher, liev. J, II. Still, pastor of the Hill Street Methodist Episcopal church, preached last Sunday upon the subject : "Was Judas Iecarlot a curse or Benefactor!" Among the points made was that Judas was person ally prepared for his particular mission by tho absence of restraining grace and the work nsslgncd him as financial agent ; that his exclusion from all re ligious services qualllled him for his task; that he was divinely ordained for the work nnd had to do It. Tho preach er regarded Judas as a benefactor, be cause he did that which was Imllspen slble for the accomplishment of the drama of tho world's redemption. He thought Judas was saved If Samson was saved, and If suicide was not n crime which debarred salvation. Thkiii: appears to bo n desire fur a straight Itepubllcan State ticket now since Mr. Ireland has been renominated. The I.ifiiiT wants to seo nn opposition ticket, but it also wants to see a Illalne nnd Logan ticket. This endorsement by the Itepubllcan party, both by conven tion and votes, of Independents, Green backcrs and political patriots generally, (loos not add one lota to the rank and file of tho party. Wash Jones is all right if Wash Jones Is for Illalne. and Logan and the Itepubllcan platform. If ho Is not the convention should set down on lilm kererely. If a man will vote against Governor Ireland at all he will vote for n good Itepubllcan as quickly as he will for a half-and-half, and If the opposition to Uovernor Ire land Is as wide-spread as It looks, it stands the party In hand to put party men forward, and give them Its confi dence and Its votes. "ItiooLo." In the Xew York Sun, speaking of Wall street and tho great losses sustained there the past few weeks, says : "The recently published schedule of assets of Commodore Garrison is probably one of the best illustrations of the forces which sustained Wall street during the heavy ordeal. His 818,000, OOOor paper securities are reduced to about $J,000,000 of marketable values, but he still remains a rich man. Van derbllt Is said to be $50,000,000 less well off than he was two years ago, but he Is supposed to have yet some $150,000,000 left. Jay Gould has been more than once reported "busted," blithe seemi to have still enough money to buy every thing offered for sale at the Stock Ex change whenever ho reels like It. Minor millionaires all growl and complain that they are muoh poorer than they were, but they still remain very wealthy men, still continue to watch the tape, and Btlll give largo buying orders to their brokers whenever the market goes down. Of course they sell, too, when It goes up; but that Is Just what Is wanted to make the market active nnd to revive business. Facts liko those above men tioned prove clearly that the terrible financial lightning happily struck where it could do least harm, and that tho community at large has hardly suffered by It. Asa matter of course our salu tary custom ol stock margins did a great deal toward securing this comparatively comfortable liquidation, In France, England or Germany the collapse would have been much more calamitous, Ilut this custom Is now so firmly established that nothing can paralyzo Its operation except an absolute depletion of every body," AN ORDINANCE prohibiting Ibt Painting, reeling or Fslttnlng Upon Tress, Posls, fences, or Anj Other Arti cle, Any Sign or Advertisement Within the Limits oranr ind All the Cltr Parks, lie it Ordained by tho City Council of tne uuy oi onti Antonio : Brcnoxl. That from and after tho passage or this ordlnanco it snail do un lawful for any person to erect, exhibit, or maintain In any manner within tho limits ofany park in this clty.any sign or signs of any character whatsoever for tne purposo oi aaverusing nny uuaincsa or occupation, Sec. 2. That all signs now In uso or iinon anv or tho bulldlncs. fences, trees. or posts, or in any other manner main- laincu witnin me limits oi any par in thta nltr he. nnd the sama ero liercbr declared to be nuisances, nnd their re moval Is hereby ordered. Sec. Any person or firm who shall violate any section of this ordlnanco shall, upon conviction before the Itecor dcr, be lined In nny sum not less than f5 for each oflenso, and each day that any sign shall be permitted to remain wituin iuo limits oi any-parK niter no tice shall havo been served upon the unrtv nwnlntf nr linrlno for. or In anv manner Interested In the malntcnanco ofnnvslen orslirns. torcmove the same. shall constitute a separato offense. l'asseil and approved August i, ism, .1. II. FmtNcir, Mayor. Attest : E. 1". Clauiiox, City Clcik. AN ORDINANCE Prohibiting tho leaving of lighted ell lamps dur ing the night In unoccupied buildings within the first lire limits, lie It ordained by tho City Counoll of the City or San Antonio: Section 1. It shall bo unlawful for any person to leave an oil lamp, lighted, during tho night. In nny store, ware house, banks, or other nubllo building within the first tire limits or this city, unless the room where such lamp is left lighted, is occupied by some person dur ing tho whole or suoh time. Sir. 2. Any person round guilty of a violation of nny or tho provisions of tho foregoing section shall bo lined In any sum not less than live ($5.00) dollars and not exceeding two hundred ($200.00) dollars. l'assed and approved August 13, 1S3I. J. H, FnEMit, Mayor. Attest : E. 1. Clawox, City Clerk. Summer Compistnt. Mrsgt'iin, Toion, October 21), W. Mcr. f lorler llros., Austin, Texas: (lntlrmen-I lecl arnteful to you for tbe irootl Morlcy's lllackberrr llilsam bas done tnrbahr. li was uHrly dend with summer i-nmplalnt and tcothlnjr. t trldtliH best doctor In our town nnd everything- I could hear of, butallln aln. IeavotnVbubr up ns dead, whn a Irlcncl prevail"! utxm mo to try your lllackberry iulwro. The one bottlo cured It. end now it Is as fat nsa plir. I can cli-crfully recommend your Uleckhcrry lljlsatn to all mothers, and am very Kratcfully ynurs. Mrs, Calpln Takes plensure In Informing her friends nnd pupils that she Is now located on Accqula street, opposite the publlo High School, where she is prepared to glvo lessons nn I'lano, Violin, Guitar or Or gan. Charges $4 per month, or 50 cents per lesson. 8-1-lm Charcoal. I have a largo lot of lino cedar char coal for sale. L. F. HnmfANX, 7-10-tr No. 200 Alamo plaza. M0 A, M'DWLcHII) Who'OMllo and rvtaH Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster NO. 14 COMMERCE STREET. Importation of French and EnirHsli Utilu delicacies a specialty. Coffee pttrchnd and ground every day. Teas of ull vradta nnd 6nsnd Jicvu 0xleim4. Opening Dicembcr l,1884 Closing May 31,1885.1 UNDKK THE ACSriCU Of TUB United Stales Government, $1,300,000, Appropriated by the General Government. $500,000, ConlrlLmled by tht Citizen. o! New Orleans. $200,000, Appropriated by Metico. $100,000, Appropriated by the SUte oi Louliliot, $100,000, AppropiUted by the City ol New Orletni, From $5000 to $25,000, Appropriated by Innumerable States. Cities and l'oreig-n Countries. Entry Stt and Territon tn the Union rtpieientad. end rtirlvelltha Utdirtf Nitloru and CouiMiiti el the yVnld. Tht Blgrjiit Eihlblt, the Blggsst Building and tht Biggest mauiiriai Event In tht World'! History. iimsrrsiLafftnTa OOVtXf MOBS jiFiOa i WO 0RRiTtB ti Btni axKMUTiov aria ujlia' AU1 Tli cheaneit ratei ol trivet evatr bnnmjn in I the annals ol traaiporUtioa secured lor tht I people everywner t. r Information, address H. A. ntrntrv. Director General, W. L A C. C. E NiwOauAm,la, SAN PEDRO SPRINGS. The United Statca Military Iland will play very Sunday afternoon. Cholro muelo dally from 3-D to 10-.30 p. tn. Tartlet, large onmatl, tuppllcd with Refreshments, Wines, Music and Floor 37. XI T IU3IJ3, Lcasco and Manager. Slain llat a. Ban Antenlo. Texas, Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirietors. J, P. CONDON, Nos. 312 to 316 Nacogdoches Street. - MANUKACTUltr.U OP Carriages and Wagons. Old nujrgU-s ext han (red, or repaired in first clans manner. If you need a new nuffjry, Wagon or Cnrrlrgt1, coino und seo me. Satis faction vuaranlccd. Prices low. 6-23-3rn MRS. M. A. WEBB'S RESTAURANT, No. 338 East Houston Street, Furnishes Bret-class mrular meats dally, and mcata to enteral all lioura. Alio leoream, calte, el o. 4 co-Cm J. M. BnOWNSON, Traders National Bank, SO fluuiinitrxa NtrMt, PAH ANTONIO, . - . TRXAS, Transacts a general banking business. GEO. W. VAN YORST. CALIFORNIA REDWOOD, Saso, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc. A l'ttll and Complete Stock of Every thing belonging to tlio Lumber Trade, will prices ns Cbenp ns the Cheapest nnd Satisfaction Gunranjeeil. Ol'l'ICi: ANll YAltll Corner Dawson nml Chestnut Streets, near Sunset It, It. Telephone 61. OtaTUpholsterlng, Mattresses, Carpets, Paper Hanging, Itepalrlng Furniture. BREYER, 2 16 MARKET STREET, 20 Years! rpiiri reports from tho use of Swift's Bpcclflo I IB. 8. H ) In tho treatment of Can our con tinue to be wonderful. Thero sepins to bo no doubt that It la a I'Ofltlvu ipocltlo for Skin Cancer or Uplthellona. "For twenty years I suffered from a Cancer nn ray neck. Tat cot Potash and Mercury Mix turer fed Instead of cur In tba Cancer. I lost tho uso of my arms ind tho upper, part of my body. My general health wusl broken down, and my life ws despaired of. ti. H. H. cured mo sound and welt. This now lease of life H gavo to rao cannot bo measured by any monetary value I owo my life and tho support ofmy family to Swift's Hpeoino" W. It, ltOlUHOX, Davlbboro, Ga, 'Mr. Ilronks. near Albany, wnA'bopoleulr a 111 let ed with Cane jr. it had eaten through bit nose Into his mouth nnd throat. The tiiuo of bis death was only a question of a very short time. Ho prayed for death, bla suffering rlTect on him. Ilia lniprovtment Uso gi tint ' of bla being perfectly W, II, a I Ml BUT, Albinr, a a. Our Troatlsa on lllood and Pkln Disease. rnallM f r? o tn applicant., BWIHr SPllClKIU CO., nrawcr 3, Atlanta, W?al, DR- BREEDING, white' nt Beats Prospect Hill I Nearer Town and Cheaper I SIX FINE BUILDING Lots on Alazan Creek, Near Krlsch's properly, For Sale at n bargain for easb. Address, T. B. JOHNSON,- Han Antonio Light Office. DR. WASSERMAHH, Uosldcnco and Orflco,22( ntum St., NRAU MKNdKIt IIOTHU Also oft.ee at Drclss nnd Nette'a Drug Stores. Telephone. 8-l-12m Barnum's Hotel. Corner Second and Walnut Streets, ST. LOUIS. Having taken another lease of this Hotel, I shall THOUOUQHLY RENO VATE It and niakomany Improvements, nnd hope my former patrons and friends will come and see me. Transient ltat.s S3. 00 nml S3.50. L. A. PRATT, 7-20-lui Proprietor. NEW GARDEN. Having opened a First Claas Garden ouHouth Dancing Free. SIMON FEST. Jr., Proprietor. The Alamo Restaurant. No. 10 Alamo Street, near Post Office, Has been refurnished and refitted, and will bo conducted nn tbo American and European plans. Ucgular Dinner 33 cents. Itreakfast and Everything In the uiarkot t irs. at reasonablo prices- J tn attached. 6-2-Gra B. M. Witter. Troprletor. SESSIONS & CO., nruLKia in- HAY. GRAIN, FEED, COAL, SALT, ETC., 3 Jfinwtoil StlCff. SAN ANTONIO : i TEXAS. J. C. BREEDING & SON, ARCHITECTS, X7!l Uomui.ro. Streot, $& Over L. Itonvnnt'f) Jewelry Store CARTER. & MULLALY, UNDERTAKERS M AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA. Funerals Furnished With Ktury Ilequtalte Special attention given to forwarding bodies to all partsof tho United States. ITBTelephon fonnectton. Ca'ls attended day ndrfffbt. JACOB WEBEIt&CO., Wholosalnand He tall Dealers In Wines, Liquors, Beer,. Cigars. and Manufacturers of THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS, ECummel. Anisette, extract of Hoarhound, etc. Krlsch'a ball, corner Houston and North Florea etrccta. Ban An tonlo. 1-tMy s Blnce 1840. 1 In Fan Antonio Since 1918. Hosack & Newton. REAL ESTATE AGENTS 3T" Have larre store rooms for Consign monta at No. 81 Solcdad st , op. court home. Boerne Hotel llOKKNE, KKNDALI. UO..TKX., JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. lloerno aa a summer and tiealth resort Is far above tbo average, tbo heat through tbe day emir lemperoa hud oooi aouiiicriy uroezea. tboovenlntrsand nlgbtl delightfully cool and THIH iFiSTT.r. has been thnmuehlv ren ted, la built ot atone two stories In hoUrbt. Its 11 feet In heitrht) carpeted, well furnished, and wrnll ventilated, nnenln on nromonado bal conies of WO feet, affordlnff shade etc. Mai la and first claas Stages daily; Stage ooacb calls Llverv stable. Post TelearaDh. andTalco nffloea within two and Ave rolnutes walk of hotel. Every attention paid to gueatd, and tho ONLY 71 HOURS Arrlcs NRW OHI.KANH WAMIINtlTIIN U1TV HAI.TJMOHK I'll I r.A t.KI.1'111 A . . . MKW VOIIK. Onljr On. CliatiK.of Cars to St. fonls. C)ilras;o, Iiulsvlll., Cincinnati, llaltlmnr. or WaslilngUin. Great California Route Through Naw M.xlcu nnd Arlx tm ANOKmSiCal. Tb. I'opnlar Bleeping Car Urn ll.tw.an NEW Oltl.KANS AMII BAN I'ltANOIHCO, IVTh. tnarjaa'ement of this Oroat Trnnscontlnontal route. k.iplnsr an ayer itohfnl pvn an tho rfAmanda nt llrstlasa trarcl. haa flclcletl tu havo H frrsl thorougblr ventilated car In waiting at Doming, and, during tlio lunch Interval, to transfer per. onal baggage to aaid ear, tbe pnascngors to occupy tlielr SAine relative position In the new carthus virtually making no change but for the better. Kor Information regarding rates, time, etc, cull on or address the agents of Tho (1. II. Sc ti A, lfl'. BV3TMM. T. r. NICHOLS, Ticket Agent, r. II. FllKKlt, Ticket Agent, Ilonaton. T. W. 1'EIIICK, JU (1. 1', International and Vtixxo Ort.lcl lxx 3UIToct tTttuo 1(3, 1004 I Pullman Through toBt, LoulsvlajWaco and Dunlson without change. Trato leavlntr San Antonln a 12:15 p. m. baa I'ullman roiaco sleeping car to BU Louis via Texarkans Iwo express train SA.N ANTONIO, AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS. nfMioeonncctlonsat Llttlo Ilock for IhoSouthoasL and In tho Union denot. St. Louis, witt alloxprom trains. For tickets, rates, time cards J. CME1V, Ticket pent. 2M rnnomeree street. San Antonio, (Vias. U. P. II Ua I IDS. D. W.McOULLOUOII. O. P. & T. A. W. II. Nl.WMAN, 1. A. Houston, Texas. Galveston, Texas. Traffic Manager, Galveston, Tex. Ten Thousand Pulling the old MAN KILLER on BIO MORTGAGES EMANCIPATION AT LASTTHE Prouty Power Press ! This 1'rcss feeds like the ordinary Power Cylinder Press. It Is a Self-Inker, and Delivers Its own sheets, anything from an Envelope to a Full-Sized Poster or Newspaper. Runs by hand or steam. No typo-grlndlng possible, the easiest press In tbe world on type. Tho nincblne Is strongly and compactly built of Iron and steel, and Is tho best designed, best constructed, cheapest and best press for tho money ever manufactured. Guaranteed to do as Good Newspaper and Poster Work as the High Priced Presses. SIZEES, SPEED No. 1 Seven Column 1000 Per Hour....,Boxed on Oars, 8516 No. 2 Bight Column 000 For Hour...... Boxed on Oars, $500 No. 3 Nine Column GOO For Hour Boxod on Oars, $065 Splendid Itargalns In Second-Hand Cylinders, Jobbers nnd Washington Hand Presses In alt Sizes. Estimates furnished on application for Newspaper Out tits, Job Oflloes, etc Only First-Class houses represented. Address all orders, or In quiries for further particulars, to &m mimmGBmmM&smEmm 210 EAST COMMERCE ST.. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.' V. LORRA, MERCHANT TAILOR,: Commerce Street, Near Bridge, SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS. Has on hand tho Finest Stock ot German, English, Scotch and French Goods. Only tlrst-class workmen employed and the best of trimmings used. A tit guar anteed or money refunded. . O. H. M:XJE5X-i3LiE5Pii, DEALER IN Paints, Oils.Wall Paper Window Glass, Mirror Plates, Artists' Materials, Drusbos, and Everything to bo found In a First-Class Faint Store. IMoture Framlnir anil Fine Blxn Work a Bpoclaltr, " , Coraiu.rc. Btr..t, Ban Antonio, T.aas., otto gerlach, Merchant Tailorv With S. Deutscli & Co.. corner of Commeroo nnd Main plaza. Fine stock: ot German English and French goods, llest work guaranteed, 3-0-Ora Manufacturer of Hesquite Block Pavement. OBce and Factory 80(1, 30S N. Laredo Street, Baa Antonio, Th.hnst matnrlal nnw nfffind to thn nuhlln fnrntrM,ta and tlduwalk navlPir. Prt4 Flrl claas aso. por foot. Beoond-oltM SHo. Keferenoe. i V. Oroos, Vrcatdent derman-Bn.ljab arhool STw. Ijrajr., Treasurer Baa Antonio Labor . T. Btumberir. to NEW YORK ...12m Noon. 8UMNK11, Oat. MAI1KIIA, Cat. I.ATIIltur, Cal. Mencer Hetel.Bau Antonio.. Agent, Houston, Texas. Gt. 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