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BIFFORD, JOHNSON & WINTER rRoruiBToits. Pubtishol dally, oxoeirt Sunday, at flO Eait Cora mere street. Delivered by carriers throughout the city at 10 cents ft week, pa able toourarenU Slnjrle copies forsalo by news boys at ft cents. Subscript Ion, pe r ypr;$fi.0O In advance. ADVKltTlSlNU nATKS l T inch .. flooi 8 M,$ floo.lia rwi1o(i6Iro6 6 Inches. 7 00 120 00 an 00 Hvoiumb 1 11 on oo 40 on go oo io oo ino oo wlurnnJ OQl 40 OO1 73 Oo'lti) 00 80 00'4U 00 Headlnr matter, local column, SO cents par line first Insertion, 10 cents flrtt week, and 6 cents after flrtt week. Per month 4 cent per line. Homo advertisements payable oc fl rat of each month. Transient adrertlatn- payable In ad vance. Only metal cuts printed. Subscribers not rccclrinff their paper will please make complaint to tbo office Pubscrlb era are warned not to pay their subscription except upon presentation of a properly re ceipted bill from this office. THOMAS II. JOHNSON, Ilnslness Manager Entered at pottofllce at San Antonio, Torts, ai second Clara matter. IIAILIIOAU TIME TA11LE. International and Great Northern LIATKfl AHHirrfl. Kxprees 6:Ma.m. Iflp. n. RtpreM 12:30 p.m. 4.W. p. m. Wert cnijfe ten ilqnj , 8:45p.ro.J mi BIM, ..m. Galveston. Ilarrlabarc and Han Antonio. LIATIB. ARRITIS. HouitonHRxpreu) 7:3ft a. m. 6.-00 p. m. Houston (Mixed).. 4:45p.m. 8;M a. m. Westward To and from El Paso)... 6.40 p.m. 7:05 ft. m. Announcements. A. Stives aa a candidate for Sheriff of Dexer county, at the ensuing election, Tho Lljrht 1 authorized to announce Fcbdi naku ISioau, ssa candidate for .Sheriff of Uexar county, at the Not ember election. The LiottT Is authorized to announce Captain Pun, HiiAUDEiN aa a candidate for the office of Sheriff at the ensuing election In November. FOR COUKTYnORHEY. The Light Is authorized to announce M. O. AniEHftONas a Candida to for County Attorney of Dexar county at the ensuing election. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Judge John 11. Hector, o Auitln, as a candidate for Con gress In tho Tenth District of Texas. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. In the next Htatn Leslila action of the Democratic County Convention. Thursday, August 28, 1884. An Axxtot'H Eastern paper avers that llutler's letter has been published more than a week, and wages have not gone up & cent. FiiAXCK got In her work on the Chi nese In the first round, and In carrjlng the war right Into the heathens she should see that she don't get another dose of Aslatlo cholera. The friends of Colonel Upson do not seem to be much enthused over the nomination of Havers, and the ways by which It was ejected, liut that Is easily accounted for, as they aro not In the "ring," whtoh holds the crank of the machine. St. Jons, If he were elected President on the Prohibition ticket, would have no more power to restrain Intemperance or do as much fortemperance as any police man In the smallest ward of a city. He could not pass a law or vote for one, and there would be but little else In the position but the moral effect. Money Is Just about as scarce as ben's teeth.honest politicians or eatable board ing house hash, Stagnation Is t he order of the day. Gay's fable of " The Hare With Many Friends" hits off tbe scenes of these hard times with great trnthand felicity, and well Illustrates human nature when It Is put to the test by touching the pocket nerve. Ji-Doiso from the apologetlo tone In which the Times spoke of "rings" one would Infer that It looked on them as harmless and unobjectionable. Then the outcry of the Democratic press about "bosslsm" and "machine politi cians" In the Itepubllcan party, In some of the Northern States, was hypocraoy and cant. Does the 'J lines "run mlt der machine" and work under the bosses of Uexar county, "Tun United States Democrat, that la, a Democratio paper for and to circu late In all of the United States r Am lea Is the opening sentence of Jlark M.romeroy's new paper, published In New -ork-. Like .11 the publications that this very erratlo publisher has un dertaken, it Is bright and tilled to the brim with articles denouncing the lie publican party and all Its leaders, and so far as possible will 1111 Its mission of strengthenlns that party within Itself. Jlrlck" will add to the staccato style of literature, ir not partlcul.rly new, and his many friends wlU wish him prosper Ity In his new enterprise. Or jtu. forms of government ever de ! Vised by the Visdom and corruption of , man, that which' Is run by a ring Is the - 0t detestable,-corrupt and debasing It Is in unmlwid evil, and Is sure to be opprewiveand, corruptrs Antonio 'illlV""' "Correcfi brother Ijoiit, but It took you a long time to discover the fact. Where were your beams In the darkest day of ring' governments When the whiskey ring, the navy ring, the star route ring, the credit moblller ring, and all the rings that were forged by Grant and his strikers were orn by tho fashionables of Washington. Could you not lend a brilliant ray to enlighten us about the doings of tbe Radical 'ring'!" Answering the Terrell Times In the above, tbe T.inur would say, that It Is nowli nldcnlnlly engaged In trying to ciitlghlrn the publlo regarding tbe Court Home Democratic ring here, but will hae time to shed nil tho light pos sible on any other ring, Democratic or liepiibllcan. 1th certain there are at Icltst 40.000 Democrats In Texas who aro tired of wearing the galling yoke of the machine and also opposed to Governor Ireland's re-election. Why should not men of this class cast their vote for the nom inee of the Itepublloan convention and elect hlin Governor of Texas? Nobody except ihe managers of the machine would be damaged by smashing the ma chine Into fragments, and having a new deck, a new shuttle, a new cut and a new deal. It Is notorious that hundreds of the ablest and truest Democrats In the Stato are proscribed by the "inn chine," which controls the Democrat lo party of Texas A. W. Terrell, Marlon Martin and Judge riramtng, all Demo crats, who oppose tho leasa law, all Democrats, who fin or tho protection of the wool Interests of Texas, are pro scribed by the machine Democrats who are In control. Such men should scorn to play tbo part of spaniels to tbo men who spit upon them In the most con temptuous manner, and shut them out from the honors nnd emoluments of ofllce merely lor the crime of differing from the bosses In one or two points. "Umu.u Ihe protective system," says tbe Itochester Union, "tbe manufacture of favored commodities was a lucrative employment and was eagerly pursuid until In 18x2 the capital employed amounted to $2,71)O,22:),ri00, produotng goods' to the value of $B,nc,O07,7O0. Tho result Is that this enormous quantity of goods has not been consumed. Over production has left Immense stocks, which even low prices cannot sell. It would require each or tho 10,000,000 vo ters In this country to expend upward of $500 annually In manufactured goods to ronsume the large stock." To which the New York Tribune replies as fol lows: "Grant that your figures are cor rect; will free trade diminish that sur plus? Will It not enable English manu facturers to dump upon the American market their own surplus nnd destroy native Industries ublch are giving em ployment to thousands of worklngmen at better wages than are received In England? Do you suppose that you will get rid of the evil of over-production by abolishing tuetnrlfl? Over-production Is .'the standing grievance of Knglish manufacturers. They male every year more goods than they can And a market for, and this explains why they are so anxious to have a Democratic President elected In the United States. They want to get back 60,000,000 or customers by stamping out American competition." In the I.ioiit or yesterday was pub lished at length the report or an Inter view with that veteran railroad builder, Mr. Paul llreniond, of Houston. It should be remembered that he Is Indi vidually and collectively for Houston, and whatever enterprise benefits that city benefits htm. This, or course, Is natural, and It furnishes the solution of his Ideas regaidlng the future or the San Antonio and Aransas road, and the probable benefits to be derived from It. Mr. Ilremond's greatest desire Is to hnve a road tap his narrow gauge system nt Sealey, and thereby divert the trade to Houston and to Galveston. His state ment about not Investing a dollar In the enterprise should be considered along side the fuct that neither Houston or Galveston desire tbe success of the Gulf road. In fact they hope to defeat It, nnd It remains to be shown where either n Houston or Galveston paper or citizen has ever given tbo enterprise the slight est encouragement. This Is why Mr. llreniond has no faith In It. It Is a San Antonio enterprise, and this city Is working to build tip Kan Antonio ns against both Houston and Galveston. Tbe fact Is Mr. Ilremond found the en terprise In such a forward condition. coupled with an able directory, headed oy uoionel A. llelknap, one of the most energetlo men In Texas, that he could scarcely conceal his astonishment at the progress made, and the positive Indlcn Hon of Its ultimate completion. Tbe best Indication or the merit or an enter prise Is the degree or opposition devel oped by its rivals, and that Is why Gal veston and Houston are so anxious to say something derogatory to It. If they believed It would result In building up a big olty at the coast, they would never offer a word In opposition, but as It will build up San Antonio they do. DEATH OF DkTITittSON. A Man Who Hod Thirty-Two Brothers and Sisters. St. IVtui, Minn., May 1.1. The funeral of Dr. John Kittson, one of the ,13chll- uren or commodore N. W. Kittson, tbe well known millionaire turfman, took place here to-day. Dr. Kittson was the son or a handsome Indian girl, whom the Commodore met when he was a young man In the employ of John Jacob Astor. in the Ited river fur trade. He was educated In Montreal, and gradu ated In the medical school or ilcOlll Un vers v. lie nrantir.ni f.,, ." years In Canada, and In 1875 wasap-P-i i f r V. '!'? ,Can'1n Government viwi of le SIencal Department of the Iorthwest In connection with the mounted police, , , His health falling, he returned to his father's home two years atro. lor the lt fw ,i i. plained of his bead, and his memory seemed to be Impaired. On Saturday jeemeu io ie impaired. On Saturday his brother found him In tbe bath room Charcoal. I have a large lot of line cedar char- C07Sli.V',le- xr 1,1 Ho". "l-tf No. 201) Alamo plaza. Joker e" ,moklBg ou! Is. "Little Fort Duncan for Rent. United States government for Its altitude and healthy locality. It commands a view of Eagle Pass, Pledras Negras, the Itlo Grando and surrounding country. There aro about IS bouses which are built In systematic order. They are all substantial, of brick, rock and adobe. The walls are or extraordinary thlok ncss, which aro so well adapted for beat and cold. The ventilation Is perfect In stables aro larce and convenient and en closed. The arrangement and capacity of some or the houses render them suit able for boarding and sanitary purposes. Tho soil Is sandy: the walks and avenues are graveled and well grassed. These are situated In the limits, and Just far enough fro ii tho bustling, busy portion of Kagle Pass, which Is well known as an enterprising and progressive town. Health seekers, and particularly those nllllcted with pulmonary diseases, would do well to look for homes like these, where tbe pure dry air Issolnvigoratlng and the pleasant nights and quiet days are so necessary to the Invalid. The houses can be rented separately at rea sonable, low and satisfactory prices, or the whole property may bo leased. Apply to T. Ij. OoLmnv, Kagle Pass, Texas. AN ORDi NANCE Regulating lubdlrlslen of Properly, He It ordained by tbe City Council of the City of San Antonio: Section 1. That In nil subdivisions of property, which have been nade,or may bo made hereafter, by the respective owners thereof, and In all cases where the lands of tbe city are hereafter sub divided or laid out in streets or alleys, or where new streets or publlo grounds ore donated or granted to the publlo by any proprietor, In order to secure a unf- form plan In tho laying out of streets and alleys, tho map or plat thereof shall lie submitted to tbe City Engineer, who, alter examination, shall submit tbesamo to the City Council for their action, with recommendations to approve or reject, stating reasons for tbe same; and upon approval of the City Council, such map or plat, or n copy thereof, shall be tiled In.tho ofllce of the City Engineer. Six. 2. It shall be unlawful for any person to erect any Improvement upon any lot fronting upon n street, avenue or alley, without first obtaining from the City Engineer the lino of such street, avenue or alloy. Six. .1. Any person who shall fall or neglect to comply with the terms hereof shall, on conviction before the Recor der, be lined In any sum not less than live ($51 dollars and not exceeding twen-ty-flvo ($25) dollars for each and every day of failure to comply with the terms hereor. Passed and approved August 25, 1881. J. II. Fuench, Mayor. Attest: K.P. Claudon, City Clerk. AN ORDINANCE Prohibiting the Psinling, Erecting or Fastening Upon Trees, Posts, Fences, or Any Other Arti cle, Any Sign or Advertisement Within the limits ofiny end All Ihe City Perks. He It Ordained by tbe City Council or tho City of San Antonio : Sr.CTiox 1. That from nnd after the passage of this ordinance It shall be un lawful for nny person to erect, exhibit, or maintain In any manner within the limits of any park In this clty,any sign or signs of any character whatsoever for the purpose of advertising any business or occupation. Six. 2. That all signs now In use or upon any of tbe buildings, fences, trees, or posts, or In any other manner main tained within tbe limits or any park In this city be, and tbo same are hereby declared to be nuisances, nnd their re moval Is hereby ordered. Skc. 3. Any person or firm who shall violate any section of this ordinance shall, upon conviction beforo tbe Recor der, be lined In any sum not less than $5 for each offense, and each day that any sign shall be permitted to remain within the limits of any park after no tice shall huve been served upon the party owning or paying for, or in any manner interested In the maintenance of any sign or signs, to remove tbe same, shall constitute a separate offense. Passed and approved August 18, 18S1. J. II. Kitr-Ncir, Mayor. Attest : K. P. Cuiuiion, City Clerk. AN ORDINANCE Prohibiting Ihe letting ef lighted oil limps dur ing the night In unoccupied buildings within Ihe first Ore limits. He It ordained by the City Council of the City of San Antonio: Suction 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to leave an oil lamp, lighted, during tbe night, in any store, ware house, banks, or other publlo building within the first lire limits of this cltj unless the room where such lamp Is left lighted, Is occupied by some person dur ing tbe whole of such time. Sec. 2. Any person found guilty or a violation of any or the provisions of the foregoing section shall be fined In unv sum not less than five ($5.00) dollars unit not exceeding two hundred ($200.00) dollars. , Passed and approved August 13, 1881. J. H. Fiikm'ii, Mavnr. Attest : K. P. CuinoN, City Clerk. Mayor's Ofllce, City or San Antonio. Notice Is herebv rrlvnn tlmt fl.n l(r.i. ot Appeal and Itevfslon of the Tax List, for the year ending February 28, 1885, will sit at tho Mayor's ofllce on the 23thl! 20th and 30th of August, nnd 1st, 2d, 3d,. 4th, 5th, Gth and Mb or September, to hear and determine appeals or parties. oKgiic.cu un Bwvmii ui me- assessment of their property, and also to revise the assessments of said lists. All persons Interested will then attend and present their claims In writing. J, ii. riiENcn, -il a J or. Attest: K. P. Cui-do.n, City Clerk. August 20, 1881. 8-20-10t These Are Solid Facts. The best blood mirltler and iuImi regulator ever placed within the rtaeh. ui suuenng uumaniiy truly is tile trie Hitters. Inactivity oflhe Liver, lUSoun ness, Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Klil reys, or any disease of the urinary or gans, or whoever requires an appetizer, tonlo or mild stimulant, will always find Klectrlo Hitters the best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quick ly, every bottle guaranteed toglve entire satisfaction or money refunded. Sold nt 60 cents a bottle by ltlce Bros. & Co., Soledad block, San Antonio. Republicans Twenly-Elghth Precinct. All Itepubllcans residing In the North eastern portion of the Third ward, com mencing at the river on the North side of Firth. Kast line or Kim, and North, side or Nolan streets, to city line, are re spectfully requested to meet at Som mer's Garden, Thursday evening nt K o'clock, to select delegates to tbe Coun ty Itepubllcan convention, to be held In this city the 30th Inst. .Attend tbo Pri maries and select your delegates. 8-25-lt John II. Uolton, Chairman. Summer Complaint. Misgl'nK, Tcibi. OetubcrlD, 11M, food Morjey'a UlaoWlJOrry liaise ww uuur. ii w.e urariy dead Willi luminer oomplalnt and teething-. I tilul I hut.wt doctor town end vorvl hlnv butallln vain. I saviimy tietn m near or. ana now It l inothore! Terrirrvt.lullr vi J. Il.'irun.n.n . Of Mrnrt. Mrtxrdrr ai I'aaibell. For salo st Kalteje GEO. W. YAH VORST CALIFORNIA IlEDWOOD, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc. A Full and Complete Stock or Kvery thlng belonging to the Lumber Trade, with prices as Chenp as tho Cheapest and Satisfaction Guaranteed. OFFICII AND YARD I Corner Dawson and Chestnut Streets, near Sunset It. It. Telephone CI. (SyUpholstcrlng, -Mattresses, Carpets, Paper Hanging, . Itepalrlng Furniture. DltEYEn, 2 10 MARKET STREET. GO TO G. BALDWIN'S, 257 COMMERCE STREET, Books, Stationery, Periodicals, Prang's Birthday Cards, Fine Auts graph Albums, Scran Hooks, Juvenile Hooks, Etc. S.H.Cm IT IS NOT .4 CUItn ALL, Imt at a tonlo nod health ro newer, and for .Hood nnd Kklo Dlncgscs, trouble! denondenton Imnuieor Imiiov or I cried blood, Hwlfl'i SiK-citto is without a rival. 'My baby nix months old broke trratlfjlnrr at It was tnlraculoua. Air child "I used Swift' Hpcclllu on my little la u ti ter, who was aflllctcd wlttiannie Illood l'oiwn which bad resisted all sort i of treatment. The ppecino relieved, nerp Our Treatise on IJlood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants. THK 8WI FT srECI FIO CO Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga. N. V. Om-. UO W. 2.M Kt.. between 6th and 7th Avti : Philadelphia cmee,:X5Chestnut St J. P. CONDON, Nos. 312 to 316 Nacogdoches Street. MANCPACntJUr.il op Carriages and Wagons. Old nuirglcB exchanged, or repaired in first class manner. If you need a new Buggy, Wag-on or Carriage, eomo and see me. Satis faction iruaranlccd. Prices low. 5-33-3m Exposition Jiem Osteon. Opening December 1, 1884; Closing Ua) 31,1885.11 UNDER Tilt AVSriCU C United Slates Government,' $1,300,000, Appropriated by ths General Government. $500,000. Contributed by tin ClUjeoe cl NtwOiltaoa. $200,000, Appropriated by Mexico. $100,000, Appropriated by ths Slats ol LouUUos, $100,000, Appropriated by Uis City ol New Orlesos, From $5000 to $25,000, Appropriated by Innumerable States, Cities and Foreign Countries, Evt'y Stit tnd Territory n Ihe Union i prmnttd, Courtr.ei of thsWwkj. Ths Blgout EnhlblMht Blggitt Building and ths mug in mauiimi tisnt in tht Wwld's History. ItJtllDTBICtITU I T1IH THOSI or ANY The cbetpeit rates of travel i ths snails ol transporUUoa secured lor ths peopl everywhere. Director General, W. fa C. C. E Naw Oftuuja, hk. Beats Prospect Hill! Nearer Tows and Cheaper! SIX FINE BUILDING Lots on Alazan Creek, Hear Krlsch'i property, For Bale at a bargain for cash. Address, T. B. JOHNSON, San Antonio Light Ofllce. DR. WASSERHAM, llcaldenco and Office, SI Mum St., NRAU MENQEIt HOTEL. Wholesale, and retail Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster 1 NO, 14- COMMERCE STREET. Importation of French and English table delicacies a specialty. Coffeo parched and ground every day. Tea of all grades and NEW GARDEN. Ilavlnir ooened a First Class Garden onBnuth Flares street, at tbe end of tho car track, I ak all my friends to giro me a call. Jrtuslo and Dancing Free. SIMON PEST. Jr., Proprietor. The Alamo Restaurant, No. 10 Alamo Street, near Post Office, Has been refurnished and rc lit tod, and wilt be conducted on tho American and European plan, llearular Dinner 85 cents. Breakfast and Supper S3cents. Krcry thing In tbe market to order at all hours, at reasonable prices. A ladle dining room attached. 6-S-6ra k, ai. u lira ii, rropneior. SESSIONS & CO., D1ULK119 IX HAT. GRAIN, FEED, COAL, SALT, ETC, snfolintoHSfrrrt.' HAN ANTONIO : : TEXAS. J.C.BEEEDIlTQiSOlT, ARCHITECTS, 79 Commerce Street, ftp Over h, Itouvant's Jewelry Store CARTER a MULLALY, UNDERTAKERS 43 AND 44 ALAMO rLAZA. mnerals Furnished With Kry Requisite Bpeclal attention trtven to forwarding bodies to all parbi of the UDltcd States. KVTclephone connection. Call atUnded day nd nlabu JACOB WEBER & CO., Wholesale and ltetall Dealers In Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars. and Manufacturers of THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS, Kummel, Anisette, extract of Hoarhound, etc Krlach'a hall, corner Houston and North Floras streets, San Antoulo. 1-6-1 y F. MUO. NHWTOH. Hosack &. Newton. REAL ESTATE AGENTS (W Have tariro store rooms for Oonslarn jnontsatNo, SI Medad St., op. court houe. Boerne Hotel IIOKUNB, KKNDAIX CO., TEX., J A3. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. Doeraeasa summer and health resort I twirls' tempered nl'tta cool aoutherlV breezes, the evenings and nights delluhtlullr oool and THIS HOTEL baa beeni tborauahlr renova ted, Is built of aton. two etorloaln height. Its STreet In helaht), carpeted, well rarnUhwl, and conloe of 80(1 feet. alTonllnt shade eto. Malls and Bret olaes titagee daliji Staare coach oalla for ana ueuven puseoaer. ana uagarai r.iat.hl. 1'n.t fataimnh. and Tdkmnnn offlcee wlthlu two and ttve. minutes walk of hotel, Grerr attention raid to gueete, and the traveling public) Bret olaas aooomodatlOD for commercial agvma, lenne ubireraia. CSHiSejljJlHSifBSiJ?JS'IWBStJ?J?JI. tOO Blllee the Rhotteet Route. Arriving lloure lu Aritatu Line, rlnest Kqutpment. Sorest t'onnrrllo Arrlv.a MRW mil.KANS HAI.TIMOUK I'llll.ADRI.l'llIA ... . HKVr IOIIK,, Great California Route Through Mow Mealco and Arlaonato COr.TON.Cal. ) ANOELOS, Cal. IIKN.Ual rilliMHU.uai. , ICBD.Cal tUUUAMUNTO, Out. SAfCJOSK, Cal.and BAN F1IANCI8CO. The ropnlar Sleeping Car Line Iletween VW The manarcment of this Great watchful ejro on the demande of first-class travel, has decided to have a frees tboroughlv ventilated car In waiting at Dcmlng, and, during tho lunch Interval, to transrer per, sonal baggage to said car, tho passengers to occupr their same relatlro position In the new car thus virtually maklngno change but for the hotter. For Information regarding rates, time, etc, call on or address the agents of The U. II. ft a. A, H'l'. SVSTKM. T. r.JUOnOLS, Ticket Agent, T. II. rllKKIt, Ticket Agent, Houston. T. VT. 1'EIItCE, Jit., a. 1', International and Timo Card lu 3331Toot Jxxiao XQ, 1Q04 t fcJLenveSsn Antonio, bound north, at 7:30 a. mH 12115 P. m. Arrive 4:60 p.m. and Op.ro Leave forLaredotUIOp. to., arrive from Laredo fl:W a. m. Tratn leavlnp Ban Antonio ttM a. m as the famous Pullman Hotel Car SAN ANTONIO. AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS. J. CHEW, Ticket A pent, zr3 Commerce street. Ban Antonio, Txas. H. P.HUanES. B. W, McCULLOUGli, a.P.&T.A. W.H.NKWMAN, P. A, Houston, Texas. Galveston. Texas. Trafllc Manager, Galveston, Tax, V. LORRA, MERCHANT. TAILOR, Commerce Street, Near Bridge, SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS. Has on band the Finest Htcclc ot German, Kngllsh, Hootch and ferenoh Goods. Only llrst-class workmen employed and the best of trimmings nsed. A lit guar anteed or money refunded. , DEALKIl IN Paints, Oils,Wrall Paper Window Glass, Mirror Plates Artists Materials Brushes, and Everything to be found In a Flrst-Claas Faint Store, Picture Framlna; and Flae 8hrn Work a Spcclaltv. Commerce Street, Bail Antonio, Texas. otto gerlach, . Merchant Tailor, With S. Deutsch & Co.. corner ot Commerce and Main plaza. Fine stook ol German English and French goods. Best work guaranteed. 3-6-Cm WALTER SCOTT, Manufacturer of Hesquite Block Pavement. UBIce nnd Factory ftOG, 80H S. Laredo Street, San Antonio. Tbe beet material now offered lo tbo putillo for etrcela and sidewalk JanPa. Prloee First elaM 8Ho. per loot. Beoond'Claes 24o. lteftrenoeai Y. Qroos, President uorman-Bngllab sehool V. V7. Lanire. Troasuter Ban Antonio Labor association. Frits Blppert, Geor, e K. Stumtiera; II. D. (numbers. T.tS-lT SAN PEDRO SPRINGS. The United Slates Mllltarr1 Dand will plaj eTory Sunday aftornoon. Choice mnslo dally from ft-M to 10.00 p. m. Parties, lareo orsmsll, supplied with Refreshments, lines, Music and Floor at any time on short notice. Excellent stabling and good care for horses guaranteed by Losseo and Hanatjf r, MRS. M. A. WEBB'S RESTAURANT, No, 338 East Houston Street, Furnishes llrst-lass regular meals dally, and meats to order at all hours. Also Ice-cream, case, oto. 4-SO-Dra Traders national Bank, Mi' Oomsaere. Btreet, BAN ANTONIO, - TEXAS, Ttussass a iwml baskta, buattwsa. to . .10.91 ..lain ,13l Norm. 8UMNKK,Cal. MADKIIA, Cel. LATIIltUP, C.I. NEW ORLEANS ANDflAN NIANCISCO, Tranacontlucutal route, keening an evrr Monger lletei, San Antonio. Agent, Uouaton, Texas. Gt. Northern R'y Barnum's Hotel. Corner Second and Walnut Streets, ST. LOUIS. - ' - MO. Having taken another lease of this Hotel, I shall THOROUGHLY RENO VATE It and make many Improvements, nnd hope my former patrons and friends will come and see mo. Transient rttttes.. , ..SJS.OO and V2.B0. L. A. PRATT, 7-20-lm Proprietor. Main Plaaa, tan AnUnlo, Texas. Fowler, Berliner &' Co. FrurTiton.