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I'lioriUKTOtia. Publl.ti)MdaUr,cicett Sunday., at HO Twut Go mine ro atreet Dell re rod br oarrlere throughout the city it 10 cent a week, pnj ftblo M our Meat. Single copies for mIo br news boys at I cent. Subscription, rr yc-ar tlOQ- it adranoe. AI1VKKTI8INO RATK8 l B B 3 ? IS 8 IS r i i ; i : it' ..... I in i nw iaiwniiw 1100 5 00 40 00 WOO'lOOOOaO Cfl W 00' 40 00 ?5 Witt 00 240 00 414 00 I trading matter, local column, SO ccntiper line Bret Insertion, 10 ccnU flrtt wrk, and 5 fnti after flnt wwk. Ver month 4 cent perllne. Hone advertisements parable on flnt of each tnnnth. Transient advertising parable In ad' ranee. Only metal cuts printed. Subscribers not rrrclrlng tfaIr paper will please make enroplalnt to the office. Subscrib er are warned not to par their subscription except upon presentation of a propcrlr re ceipted bill from t fa U ofll oo. Hnlcfprt t postftfUroatPftn Antonio. Tor a, u second clan matter ItA.LUOAl) TIMK TA1IL11 X. 4b O, doing North. Through Mail end FinreM(!tav)... 7-T0a. m. Thromrh Mall and Kiprru irivti).. tMup,m. Mail Train (leaver) 12 01 k in. Mill Train 'arrives) 4:50 p.m. Ijtredo Trains. Mall and Viprcss (teares) t:"0 p. m. Mall ond KxprcM (arrive) C:4.7. in. Throuiih Mall and Kinnfi Cleaves). Mall and Eiprrn (teavci) 4-13 p. in. Going Writ. Througn Mtlland ttxpreM (Arrives. fl-00p.ni. Thrmigb Mail and- l.iprott (It-atea. 0.40 p. in. Mall and Express (arrives) 4:45 p. in. 4:45 p. in. and tUV) a. m. trains do not run bo jondHan Antonio. Announcements. tor SHimrr. Wo are authorised to announce Captain K. A. Stevens as a candidate ror Fnerlff or Utxar county, it the ensuing election. Tbe Llirht Id eutborUcd to announce Fbhoi Tf AND Mioat.1, a eandldato for Hbcruf of llaiar county, at tbe November election. Tbo LianT laautborlzed to announce Captain rOR C0URTY ATTORNEY. Tbo Ltont li authorized to announce M. CI. m as a candidate ror County Attorney ail at toe ensuing election. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce Jitnil'h mate Tor rax Awaur or tbe ensuing election. If i that any asrcsimif nt made tolndlrlduala or nationality. HIDE INSPECTOR. The Llrht la authorized to announce 1 Op fKnMAHNaa a candidate for tho mice or lildo Inspector, at tbe ensuing elcotlon In Novem ber. TOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Judgo John II. UaCTOR, or Austin, aa a canrildsto lor Con gress In tbe Tenth DUtrlct of Texas. fOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce A. 8. Ciif.v AUan aa a candidate to represent tula district In tbe next State Legislature, subject to tbe action of tbo Democratlo County Convention. TOR DISTRICT CLERK. To the TOterfl of llexar county. I ronby raelf aa a candidate In the Ml!, of Clerk ot the District Court. For six yean. I CI1K while I held that office, I endeavored to a minister It to tbe aatlsractlon or the cntlro people. And In the-event of tny election I assure you that mr whole tli sball be d.yoted to the discharge or the dutlca or the omce.l CJEO. It. DAtSIIIBM. FOR COUNTY CLERK. , Wo aro authorized to announce TnAD. W. Smith aa a candidate for reflection to tho ofUce of County Clerk or ltoxar County, sub ject to the action ot tbo Ueinoc.-atio County Convention. ' COUNTY SURVEYOR. We are authorized to announce Williau M. Locki aa a candidate for re-election to tbe of noe of County Surveyor, of llexar county, at tbe ensuing election la November. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT NO, I. Ban Anoxic August 14, 1681. To the voters of Predcct No. 1, llexar county, Texaat lSffl,SSfi sffittim, & 'pu.k four years, and relying-upon a contlnuanco or your support In the oomlnir eled loo, 1 hereby announce myaeiraa a eandldato for re-election totheoffloe of Justloa of tbe l'cace f or 1're clnct Mo. 1, Bexar oounty, Texas, pledg-lrur myself. It elected, to perform tbe duties of tbe ofKos Impartially and to the best of my ability In the future, aa 1 have tried to do In the past. Very respectfully, ArtohAuam. Wednesday, September 17. 1884, Jctxik Rector is clearly an overmatch for Bayers In publlo discussion, and mikes votes by every speech. HratATon SiinuiAN and Ex-Governor Foster say that Ohio will be ready to duplicate the Maine Republican victory. Tux railroad to Aransas maybe re garded as a "fixed faot." The Inter vening country la enthused over the road. In addition to Mr. Hendricks' desire to have Mr. Cleveland get efl the ticket bell appealing to the prejudices of the antl-Frohlbltlonlsts. Stxcxthe starting out or the survey ing party on the Gnlf road, It la noticed there Is sot so much said about It by oertaln opposition papers. Tiik wool growers of Ohio assert that they will not forget the fate of Mr. Con verse'! wool bill. Texas wool growers also1 bad an interest In that bill, and aboM remember no remedy can be ex petted from Eemoorats. Mb. 80HURZ has been on the stump In Wisconsin the past week or two, but'as y.t th. are no slgas of a political revo iuMm. TImm Independents are the'fel ws who thotvjrat tn K.t would trip dp before they worked tbe Weft, but It dUa't. . That staid, practical Philadelphia FMt ipaafca a follow, regard usg one of Texai, prominent CongrfHraen: "Ve are enabled, after diligent Inquiry, to itato the real reason for Colonel Tbomai Prometheus Ochiltree! voluntary re tirement from Congress. He has hired himself out to be used as a headlight on a Texas locomotive." Tub papers' In the East are devoting columns to tbe details of the elopement of a daughter of a New lork broker, Moroslnl, with her father's coachman. Hut (is tho same thing has been done, and ill be done again, the moral don't eeeni Id be very prominent, and one can only hope that a romantic, giddy girl, has not fallen Into the bands of an ml- venturer. Ox the situation In Ohio tbo New York Sun ears; "K Is a noteworthy fact that General Dutler has not attempted any canvass In Ohio, and the two parties are left to fight It out on their own lines without any Interfer ence from him. This Is rather unfortU' nate for tho people of Ohio, perhaps, because Duller Is a disturbing and a health-giving force wherever be ap pears In politics. Many people do not agree with him, and many heartily ue test him, but the agitation which he brings along Is salubrious. Ho leaves tho political atmosphere in a better stale than lie finds It." Tine Ilcpublloan party Is paying oft the publlo debt at tbe rate of one bun drcd millions annually, prosecuting various harbor Improvements at an Immense outlay of money, Improving the navigation of various rivers In all sections of tbe Union, paying out mil lions In pensions, and building publlo buildings forcourt rooms and postofllces, let the purblind llourbons, tbe men who plunged tbe South Into war In 1801 belch forth the foulest abuse upon the Republicans and shout "turn the rascals out." The deeds of the Republican party give the lie direct to the loose stereotyped charges of unscrupulous Bourbons. MortuoNtHst was built up by force, nnd the fact that the latter day saints were driven out of Illinois by armed forco Is what developed their belief Into the positive fanaticism of to-day, and made them go oft to the confines of civili zation and plant the twin rello of poly gamy in a desert where tbo Government has been powerless to control It, Tbe anti-Mormon crusade In Tennessee, which has for Its penalty the pain of death, will not be recognized by law abiding people, and llormonlsm can novcr be broken up by such methods. It will tako legislation and arbitration to do what should have been done years ago. "It is amusing," says tbe Brooklyn Kagle, "to see what efforts France and Germany are both making to keep the peace preparing for war. For ten years there has not been such activity as France Is now displaying In the creation of her navy. At the present moment four iron-clads, two being turret ships, are In tbe course of construction. In the meantime Germany Is busy with her formications. Her experiences In the lote war havo led her to adopt a certain model of formication to which all the great forts have been assimilated. Stasburg, Jletz, Mains, IColn and I'osen have been thoroughly fortified after this model. Kustrln Is at present being re constructed. The citadel Is historically interesting, as being the scene of I'eter the Great's Imprisonment during his father's reign, but much of the old build ing will be pulled down, and a camp capable of accommodating 40,000 men will be laid out. It Is to be protected by six forts, each at n distance of four miles from the town." Is a speech made a few days since In Ohio, Senator Sherman made the follow ing remarks on tho protection nuestion. They have the right ring, and advocate the true American polloy that of look ing out lor our own laborers, operatives and mechanics In preference to those of other countries: "Tbe chief benefit of a protective duty Is that It secures to the laboring men and woraon of this country good, fair wages for honest labor. I confess that this Is tbe main reason why I have uniformly supported protective duties. It Is not good polloy In this oountry to have men and women work for the bare necessaries of life without means to lmnrova lhnlr rnmlltlnn. in th.lr children, and share In the lrn,m" o"c",, ,llfe-The men who ia- or must constitute the great mass of our people, and with them must rest all political power. The objeot of good government must be always to protect and foster their Interests and to secure them good wages, full employment and all the comforts and benefits of lire con sistent with all tbe rights or property guaranteed by the Constitution. Any disturbance ot this protective policy creates doubt nnd stagnation, deprives laboring men or honest employment, and causes panics, strikes, reduction of wages and organizes riots." On the Way to Success. The Merohant and JIanuraoturer Pub lishing company aro making marked Improvements In the Merchant and Man ufacturer, and have arranged to have the literary work divided in the follow ing way: Managing editor, Henry llyder-Taylor; editor "Health Depart m.e"t." Dr. Jules Brsunnagel, City 1'liyslelan; editor "Scholastlo Depart ment," Trofessor V. U. Kote, Superin tendent or l'ubllo Schools: editor "Law Department," Judge Dlllard; editor "Architecture and Building Depart ment," Mr. A. V. Beckmann: editor "Manufacturing Department," Mr. K. F. Itedlleld, Other useAil departments ore being arranged ror and will be opened at an early date, edited by gen tlemen or ability. The publishers al ready Issue editions In San Antonio, Austin and Galveston, and are arranging ror editions to be Issued In Fort Worth, Dallas and Waco, having a circulation or nearly 10.000 copies monthly. They Intend to make the Merchant and Man ufacturer a valuable Texas Journal. The next number will be Issued at' the end of September; dated October, and the subscription price will be Increased to $1 per year. Those who Intend sub scribing now should do so wblleUt re mains at GQ cents per year,i Admilse roenti should be sent In early to secure i Insertion. .There oan be no doubt that the' Journal Is' In the right hand to make it a useful and interesting paper and a complete suooes. " SPECIAL BARGAINS. By Hilton & Young, Real Estato and Loan Brokers, 208 Wost Houston Streot. Kvcry piece of property offered below Is a special bargain, and our facilities ror showing property aro unexocllcd. Having the largest and most diversified list or propel ty ror sale In tho State, wo are determined to keep our specialties beforo the public, and ror a moro com plete list pleaso call or write ror our now circular, now out, containing tho largest list or real estato ror sale by any one firm In the State. Ten-room two-story bouse, with one aero or ground, on Dlgnowlty hill; closets,- bath-room, outhouses for ser vants nnd hostler, good stables, carriage house, eto.t all new and in first-class or der. Will sell very low and on easy terms. Owner wants to go on stock ranch. Nine-room two-story house, stone foumlntlon, with basement, elegantly finished throughout; cistern, city water, stable, carriage house, etc.; tho highest point on Dlgnowlty hill, with two full slzed lots. Five or six cottages, all new and In good order, containing from four to six rooms each, on Dlgnowlty hill, on Olive, Sherman and Dawson streets, at from $1200 to ?1M0 cash. Three nice four-room cottages on Austin street, convenient for railroad men; must be sold; bargains said to be had. Four nice cottages, one-half block from street car line and North Flores street. Will sell on the Installment plan. No way easier to secure a home. City water and all necessary conveni ences. Ten cottages of from four to six rooms, all In good order; city water and other conveniences. Some on Installment plan; others small, part down, balance long time. Near I, & G.N. depot. Firty choice building lota east or nnd near Sunset depot. Very cheap. Fifty choice building lots In Fourth ward, three blocks below Fourth ward school building; first tlmo offered, and will be sold at prices that will astonish you. Five building lots on Xarp street, near Schroedcr's store, hair block from street cars, ueautiriiny located ami very cen tral. Ten lots near corner Dawson nntl Walnut streets; tbe cheapest In tbe oily; oniy encn. Fifty lots of all sizes and different prices, on Dawson, Nolan, Starr, Hack berry anil Olive streets; some first time offered. One hundred choice 20xC0-vnm lots, out or out lol8 OH nnd 07, only three blocks from 1. & (. N. it. It. depot. Very low, at from S1W) to 5200 each; easy terms one-third casb, balance time. Twenty-five lots on and near Com merce street. Fifty building lots on Fcst and Lacba pell streets, near South Flores street and street car line. One-story cottage, elegantly finished, corner Burleson and Hackbcry Btreets; six rooms, galleries, city water, ete. Will sell very cheap. Three splendidly finished houses on Nolan street, 0 to 8 rooms each; city water, and every other convenience. Will sell for one-sixtli down and bal ance In 0 or 8 years, If desired. Ten-room, two-story house on San Pedro avenue, well finished, gas and water In all rooms, bath rooms, etc. Owner wishing to go away, will sell very low. Ten-room, two-story house corner or Jackson street; all modern conveniences. Very low. Ten cottages, large and small, all well finished, on San Pedro avenue, at vari ous prices, from which good bargains can bo had. One nice brick eottatro ors rooinBnear corner Maverick and Laurel streets, near street car line; all new lust finished. Small amount of cash required, balance longtime. Hotel for sale About 00 rooms, nil splendidly furnished, with 3 years' lease, nuu an necessary uxtures; ccuiraiiy lo cated; well established business nnd well known byname and reputation. A rare bargain can ha had by n hotel man; only half cash required. A country bakery mid grocery store, situated In n thriving country village; entire stock or fixtures nnd good will; well established and nonular. ilolnir n good business; small amount of capital ICfJUltCU. A wood-yard with steam holler nnd saws, all new, good location; large lot nnd faotory; all necessary machinery tut sawing blocks or running n largo wood business. For particulars Inquire nt ollloe. 10 Railroad Katlng Houses for sale on one of tbe most popular lines In tbe State: all first class and enlovlnn- a ilnn ,trade. Will sell one or more; good proi- ciiv ue luneii in exenange li ue slred. Call for particulars. S-room new cottage, with lorge lot, halls, galleries front nnd rear, celled throughout, double closets and double fire plaees; will sell cheap; $200 down, balance In Installments every 0 months, 20 one-acre lota on the Powder House hill, next to Drless' fine residence, very high ground; city out lots 101x103; first time offered. 50 one-acre lots, or In nnv nunntliv .lu. sired over one acre; high ground, over looking the entire city, just west of San Pedro park and Frederloksburg road; convenient to street cars and decidedly the finest building sites In tbe city. 20 beautiful building lota Just north of San Pedro nark, near Contain l!nl..r,U' residence. Large lots nnd well located. Now Is your time to buy a homo on the 0 more of those verir ebolna lnta n Olive and Burleson streets, front of Dar ragh's resldenoe; positively tbe highest and only elevated lots to be had on Dlg nowlty hill and Olive street. Call for prices. 0-room new cottage, 40 varas from North Flores street, lath and plastered, good cistern, stable nnd carriage house, in ,? iulul"eic, a gem oi a nouBo; will be sold very cheap. rAIUl.H AMI luxcimi. iz-acre ranon in .Maverick county, all under good wire fence, with auoo acres leased; permanent and everlasting water, good wells and good ranch house, etc, suitable for any kind of stock. Prioe $2 23 per acre. 100 acrCS Of lanil none Snm.r..t on miles south or cltv. .in -r in ,.,imVn. tlon; good wells, farm bouse, etc.: live iiof0,t oak' etc'' 8C0d nnse- rloe 1300 acres nn enal hmnV nr r..itn. river, 300 varas from Oscar postofllce, IviniZ north of Inlarnatlnnal abundant Uvlcsrwater; also fine agricul tural and grazing land, one mile front J the river, with a fine Pecan forest In Jttom. 108-acre farm 20 miles mat nrs.,. An. tamo 19o njnn In tvAAlftit nl.tnn 3 good houses, of 3 and 3 rooms each, (1 mile, from Marlon stations; good schools, .... w... . yuunnan. t ,., "CO-aero farm on San Geronlmo creek, living water.' and plenty of It. About 100 acres or tillable land, balance graz ing land; plenty or timber, good two story lumber house of S rooms; also one one-story houso of 3 rooms; everything new: fine stock farm; 2 miles from ClifTden school and postofllce. 120 acre farm on west prong of Helotes creek, 33 acres under fence: good lum ber house, well of water, etc, on Ban-, dera road, near Willow Springs, for 1 000. A splendid business for sale at La vernta. conslstlngof astoro well stocked with about 0,000 worth of goods, doing a good trade. With storehouse, also two-story steam cotton gin and grist mill; room for DO bales of seed cotton, 40 horse power engine, can run two more stands; also two-story dwelling with necessary outhouses, etc, black smith shop and about three acres of ground, everything In perfect running order. Will Invoice stock and sell bal ance or property at a bargain. Call nt our office for particulars. Positively tho best business chance in West Texas. 80 acre farm, 13 miles from city on river, abundant water, 23 acres In culti vation; good stone house, three rooms, also two good horses and new wagon and farming tools, nlso 700 bushels of corn, 4,000 bundles or rodder, two stacks or bay; everything In first-class order and cheap at the price, $3,000. CIO acres of land 8 miles above Kerr vllle, on tbeOuadaliipe river; commands n good outlet, Willi line grass, water and good natural protection. Prtco $3 per acre. 212 acres, Somerset Valley: B2 acres all fenced, and line farming land; fair bouse, orchard, peaches, plums, etc: well timbered, nnd good for any kind of stock. Prlco for the whole only S1WI0. 80-ncre farm 7 miles east or the city, on tbo ltosllla creek; 40 acres fenced, 20 acrCB In cultivation; all bottom land nnd very rich; same land sold at Austin for f& per acre; Improved; good house, stock, water, etc Price, $10 per acre. Fort Duncan or Rent. This property was selected by the United States government for Its altitude and healthy locality. It commands n view of Kagle Pass, Pledras Negras, the Rio Grande and surrounding country. There are about 15 houses which are built In systematic order. They are all substantial, of brick, rock and adobe. The walls aro of extraordinary thick ness, which are so well adapted for heat and cold. The ventilation Is perfect In each building, and largo cisterns are connected with a few of them. The stables are large nnd convenient and en- cioseu. me arrangement ana capacity ot some oi tue nouses renucr mem suit able Tor boardlngnnd snnltnrr nurnoses Tho soil Is sandy: tho walks and avenues nre graveled and well grassed. These ar6 situated In the limits, and Just far cnougn iro n tuo uustung, uusy portion or Kagle Pass, which Is well known ns nn enterprising nnd progressive town. Health seekers, and particularly those mulcted with pulmonary diseases, would do well to look ror homes like these, where the pure dry air Is so Invigorating nnd tho pleasant nights and quiet days are so necessary to tbe Invalid. The houses can be rented separately at rea sonable, low and satisfactory prices, or me wnoie property may oe teaseu. Apply to T. L. OaLKsnr, Kagle Pass, Texas. A Clr.l ofGrllltude snd Certificate of Cure. 1 publish this card to the publlo certi fying to tho fact that Dr. Weathers has cured me of a disease from which I had abandoned all hope of recovery. I bad tried ii number of doctors nnd patent medicines, but nothing did me any good, but fortunately for me when I came to this city I met Dr. Weathers whose treatment nt once inspired me with hope, as 1 soon began to be relieved of that severe cough which had followed me for two years with, finally, fevers and night sweats, until now, through his treatment, I am proud to say that I nm a stout healthy men, Respectfully, K. , Ciioatb. Tbe undersigned, citizens of San An tonio, knowing Mr. Chonte, do certify that his case seemed hopeless when he went 1o Dr. Weathers for treatment, W.J.Nurr. M. J. McCaiity, A. K. Dowki.i, Mns. 8. C.Dowki-l, 0-5-lm T. J. 1'av.nk. A Wonderful Run I Morlej'l T-X-S Ague Tonlo Is creating quite a furore and having a wonderful run among chill suffering people, claiming advantages heretofore deemed Impossible, and making such rapid nnd permanent cures, causes peo ple to talk about it. Contains no qui nine, mercury, strychnine or deleterious drug of any kind. Cleanses and tones the stomach, arouses the kidneys and liver, and operates finely upon the bowels, making Its action prompt snd effective even In chronic cases that have resisted all other medicines. Try it. At Kalteyer's, A POSITIVE SACRIFICE. S5.000 Worth Fine Hand-mids Shots to be Closed Out Reglrdlcss of Cost, J. II. Mnrquart, proprietor of tho Cres cent City boot and shoa manufactory, opposite the court house, has $3,000 worth of fine band-made shoes, which he snys he will positively sell nt lower fig ures than ever before offered In this city. These goods aro nil first-class In every respect, and Is being sacrificed In order to make room for his winter stock. Call and see him and secure bargains. O.SO.tf Ladles, look Hers, No preparation ever discovered has been so successrul as Morlcy's T-X-S Tonic Cordial, the Great System Reno vator, In tho cure or all diseases to which the women or this climate are subject, such as wrakness, debility, mel ancholy, whites, falling of the womb, and every form of nervous prostration. Only try one bottle and you will be en tirely satisfied of the truth of our asser tion. At Kalteyer's. Try It Yourself, f Tbo proof of tbo puddln fsnot In rho.lnir tbe sti loir, but In bavlnir nn opportunity toliy thesrtlole yourself. 0 Bobajsei Co., Jams ClavM. Itaalaod & Co., the ilniirgUta, have a freo t lal bottle or r. Uwankn'a Couah an-l Luna-ttyrup ror each and eiery 'ore who Is atlllctmi wilh Couirhs, Co'.U', As'hnia, Cnn sumption or Luis- affection. Bucklsn's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world ror Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nil Skin Kruptlons, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Itlco Brothers & Co.( Solcdad block. Ezelttd Thousands All over tho land are going Into eo tasy over Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their unlooked for re covery bvthe tlmelruse of this o-rent liresnv lng remedy, causes them to go nearly wild In Its praise. It Is guaran tee to positively cure severe oougns, colds, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, nrsencss. loss of voice, or any affec tion of tbo throat and lunira. mini hot. ties tree' at Itlce Bros. & Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. Large size $1, ir you wish to have a set or beautiful pearly white teeth, don't buy them from a dentist, but take care or those nature gayo ,you by using ORIDONTO regu larly. Only W cents a box at Kalteyer's. Beats Prospect Hill! Nearer Towh and Cheaper ! SIX FINE BUILDING Lots on Alazan Creek, Near Ktisch'f properly, For Sole at a bargain for cash. Address, T. B. JOHNSON, San Antonio Light Office. DR. WASSERMANN, ltesldcnoe and Office, SSi Dlum St., HEAIt ifENOnit HOTfiL. llo Ac HOILilLAWB Wfaotctalo and retail Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster NO. 14 COMMERCE STREET. Importation or French and English labia do.lcaclca a ipoelalty. Coffoo parched and irround every day. Teat of all grades an prions, 9-Zi NEW GARDEN. Ilavlnir opined a rirstClaMdardt-n onBoulh SIMON FE3T, Jr., Proprietor. MRS. A. GEORGE, Teacher of Music, C01 SAN MARCOS STREET, SAN ANTONIO. Olfcs prlvnto iciftons on thel'lano Forfo at The Alamo Restaurant. No. 10 Alamo Street, near Post Office, Has boon refurnished and refitted, and trill bo conducted nn the American and European plan?, lteeular Dlnnor33cnt, Ilreakfaitand Supper 25 cents. Every thing In the market to orucr at an noun. i rvittiunaDie prior, a ladles dining room attached. 6-36m E. M. WiTTtn. Proprietor. SESSIONS & CO., DKAI.KRS IN HAY. GRAIN, FEED, COAL, SALT, ETC., 230 Jou.fuil.S-lied. SAN ANTONIO : : TEXAS. J. C. BREEDING & SON, ARCHITECTS, 873 Comiuerc Street, P&T Over h. Jtouvant's Jewelrr Store CARTER & MULLALY, UNDERTAKERS 43 AND 44 ALAMO I'LAZA. ruoerali Varnished With Kvery Iteqalslte. Special attention given to foi warding bodlei toallparUof tboUaltodBtatei, tariVlephon ronnentlnn. Call attended dar Pd plait. JACOB WEBElt & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars. and Manufacture of THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS, Kutumel, Anisette, eatraet of Uoarbound, etc. Krlsch's hall, corner Houston and North Flores streets, San Antonio. t-trjr In Tolas Since 1940. 1 lu San Antonio Since 18W, J. A. H. HOSACI. I K.MCO, NlYTQN. Hosack &- Newton, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Boerne Hotel UOKHMK, KJEMDAU.OO..TEX., JA8. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. Boerne aa a summer and health resort Is far above the averare, the boat through the das-being- tempered with oool eoutherfr breezes, the evenings and nlahta deUvhtrttllx cool and rerreahlntr. ' THIS IlUTRL has been thorouthl renova ted. Is built of atone two stories In foiffbt.lts ruoTare larreaud spacious lis feet square, 1 1 taut In heSrhtV eirnMl: well tuniaWd. ml well'veatlhsted,'tMiUotr on, prbtnonade bal conies of m feet, afford Ina' sbadeete. -Malls and ant class stats, dally; Bust, ooswb oaula Uverr stable. .Post KiSSi! ad HKhKul ontcw wlthla two and fivi an tn upas wMk ot hotel. JIv.it atuctlos. paid to a Masse, and tbe tmT.Un-.ubUo ant els. swawsaoaauoB for avreisu serenis. Term, asoesraoa. HOUSTON at 6:16 PM TMI.TIMOItK.. I'lllr.AllKUMIlA NEW VOIIK Only On. Cbavnteof Care toSt. Loals. Chicago, Lottlavlll., Cincinnati, lleJttmor. or Waahlngtou, Great California Route Throncb New Mexleo and Arlsona to CObTON.Cal. I.OS ANQRLOS, Caf, FKE8NO, HACHaMknTO, ObI. BAN;JOSU, Cal. snd The rotralar Sleeping Car Lin. Iletwe.n tboreugblr ventilated car In waiting at Iteming, and, during the luncb Interval, to transfer per sonal baggage to eald car, the passengers to occupy tbelr same rotative poaltlon In the new ear thua virtually making nn chang but rnr tbo bt-tter. F-tr Information rfgardlng rates, time, etc call on or addrons the agents or The I), II. B. A, It' V. H VSIKM. T. V. NICHOLS, Ticket Agent, r. II. PltKKIt, Ticket Agent,. Ilonston, Menger llet.l, San Antonio, T. VT. 1'ElnOE, JH., a, r, Agent, Ilonston, Tei.s. International and Gt.-Northern R'y Tlxiao Oax-3. lu ZaiXoot Juuo ID, 1004 i CflAiave San Antonio, bound north, at 7u a. niH 12:15 p. tn. Arrive IMi p. in. anil gp.tu Leave rprUredo oji) p. m, arrlvo from Laredo C: a.m. Train leaving San Antonio 730 a. m as tho famous Pullman Hotel Car Through tost. tiuls la (Waoo and Dvnlaon without ohaniro. Train leaving Pan Antonio a 11:14 p. m. has Pullman I'alace sleeping car to at. Louis via Totarkans. Two eipress train dally between SAN ANTONIO, AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS. Close connections at Lllllo Hook fortfao8outhiaat,and In tho Union dc-not-St. Louis, with atlojprr-M trains, l-'ur ticket, rates, time cords or any lurormatlou apply to ., , J. Cltw. Tla.-lae rent. z Commerce street. San Antonio. Teias. It. P. nUallF.8. D. W. McCllLLOUOII. 0. 1. 1 T. A. W. H. NEWMAN, P. A. Houston. Texas. Oslvcstoo, Texas. Trafllo ilauagrr.aalvcaton.Tex. V. LORRA, MERCHANT TAILOR, Commerce Street, Hear Bridge, SAN ANTONIO, - TEXAS. Has on band tlie Finest Slook ot German, Encllsli, Scotch and Frenoli Goods, Only first-class workmen employed and tlio best o? trimmings used. A tit guar anteed or money refunded. The City Coal & WoodCo Comer Avenue D and Sixth Street, San Antonio, Aro now prepared to deliver and ontor Into contracts for tho supply of Coal, Cord Wood, Stove Wood, Charcoal, co.i?.sly nntltieaaivclal raloe. HTOVK WIIOII u :ots from Slwortliup. Cll AltuOAL (oedarooal) tin Centa. Telephone IIHl. Terms-Cash on WALTER SCOTT, Manufacturer of Hesqulte Block Pavement. Ufllce aud Factory 800, SOS S. I.arodo Street, San Autonlo, Tho best tnuUirls! now offerod to tbo publlo for streets and aldownlk ravirtf. Prices First 5i"S5S0i sior ioot. Second-olaes !to. Ilererenccai F. Oroos, President Uerman-Kngllsh school K. W. Laus-c, Treasurer San Antonio Labor association. Frill Jilppert, ucorg iC Slumbers n, D. Stumbert. 7ss-iy SAN PEDRO SPRINGS. The United Statea Military Baud will pUj ever Sunday afternoon. Cboloo muslo dallj from 3:30 to lChDO p. m. Purlieu, larao or small. supplied with Refreshments, Wines, Music and Floor at any time on short notice. Gxcollenttutbllug and good caro for horses tuaranteod by XSiJn.X3XX3, Lessee and Manasx-r. DR. BREEDING, DENTIST, MRS. M. A. WEBB'S RESTAURANT, No. 338 East Houston Street, Furnishes Orst-cuuu regular meals dally, and meals to order at all hours. Also leo-eream. cake, ete. 4 a)m J, 8. TnOHSTOn, J. H. Dttnwnsoir, Tradersi'Natioaal-Bank, MM OrawsAre. Ktixt, BAN ANTONIO, .' . TSZAB, Traoaaets atsaeral tjatOtaat tmilsjsssi s of Any Klv.l ...I....1MO .inn' Noon. , sun p.m. SUMNKIt, Cl. HADKI1A. Cal. LATIIltUP, Cal. Cal. SAN KUANC1SCO. MEW OIII.KANS AMU SAN FltANVISCO, delivery, Main 1'Iaia, San Aulento, T.ias, fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirielon. CHAS.W BAUER'S 'SALOON, North side of Alamo riaza, neit to vampueii lirothers, ICE, COLD CT AND ST. ,L0CIS'8EER Always 00 hjd. nt ltusea tWiy, WHITE ELEPHANT.