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A. W. oirront). Tiioa. n.Joiwso!.. W. I Wixun. GIFFORD, JOHNSON & WINTER I'ltoi'imrroiis. Published dall, oirept Sunday, (vt ZIO East Comment) street. Delivered lijr carriers throughout the cltr t lOoooU a week, pajrablo to oururent. 8lng-1o ooplea for aalo by now boji at 1 cents. Subscription, per rear ti 00, In ndrance. ADYXKTMINCI HATES I fifff L Uncii,,.,. i 60iia(ioBanoo;.TfloofMa) fpocUl nitci sriven on larger ipaoo and long time advertisement. Logal adrcrtltctnvnta tt 00 per Inch fin tin-101-tIont 75 cent per Inch each ftubtequcnt In icrtlon. Truitec ' lalca f 1 00 per Inch lint In sertion; 35 ccnti each Insertion afterwards. Heading matter, editorial page, 25 cents pc' lino each Insertion. Local columns SO cents first Inner! font lOcents first week. 5 cents after first week. PpeclAl rates on M nnd 100 lines running for month. Home adrertUementi parablo on first of each month. Transient advertlslngpayahlo In advance. On) metal cuts printed. AH contract mmt bo opproved by tho nusl neta Manager. Subscribers not receiving their paper wilt pleaso make complaint to the office. Sub scribers are warned not to pay their subscrip tion except upon presentation of a property receipted bill from this office. HAILKOAD TIMK TA11I-K. Fort. Lou It, rial. M. route . Kor Lareoo FmmSt. ful", t Mo.rclfio.. ... From BU Loulp, rialron Mountain.. From Lared" O., II. 8, A. IAlLUOAI. TWO TltAINB TO NEW OKM.ANS DAILY. Through Pipreis East Dally. We for New Orleans, Houston and Da'rrs- ton... , W m. Leave for New Orleans, Houston an Oalves- 7,13 p. tn Arrive from the KasU Arrlre from New Orleans, Houston M (lal- veston 9 00 a. m. Through West. for Stn Francisco, El Faso, and Eifrle Pu 7 41 n. m. Arr.ro from 8n Francisco, El Fasa anrl rttjrle Thursdav. October 30. 1884. Vote sgalnit the Turner ball ticket and help break up tbe ring In Bexar county. Ru-cnuuxs In the weitcrn counties do not recognize that there I inch a man a Norton running on the State Re publican 'tlcVet. Hun Colonel Upson's speech on the tariff, and then vote for Judge Itcctor for Congress, lie Is tn favor of protec tion and for tho prosperity of tbe country. Ho.v. A. J. Kva.ni) wlU orate to-night at tbe Pavilion, and while he may not tell anything that Is absolutely new, yet bo will, no aoubt, be vigorous and radi cal In all be says. The protection Issue of tbe campaign Is two-fold tbe protection of tbe home ngalnst the Influences of a law moral standard, and the protection of labor against the cneap foielgn standard. Ir was very remarkable that Dr. V. O. King was called out of all the men In Bexar to run for the Legislature. Some people discover In bis seleotlon tbe band of ex-Attorney General Mcl-eary, and perbaps they are correct. Tim people of Bexar could not be hurt by having county ofilcers elected who are In accord with them, and wbo would, seek (o please than. Itlng men do not care a cent for tbe people, but seek to please the ring, and grab all that Is In sight. . Give tho nominees of tho People's ticket your vote and you not only add to the general good reputation of tbe coun' ty, but help break down a clique, whose purpose Is to manipulate the oMces of tbe county In order to perpetuate their own scnemes anu power. Don't you lorget the fact that the de feat of tbe Turner ball ticket nnd the clique behind It will be a great step to wards the Improvement of county affairs and the cleaning out of men wbo seem to think ibey have a quit claim deed on tbe people of Bexar county. J.ftw than six months ago 152 Demo cratlo Congressmen voted for a reduc tion of SO per cent. In tbe wages of workers In glass factories and Iron mills. Is It strange that business Is paralyzed during a campaign while the danger of tbe success of Its sworn enemy Is Immi nent? Mb. A. W. Houston stands In with the ring and wears Its uniform. lie Is too much of a partlzanand too Inveter ate a politician, to make an Impartial Judge, and the best plan Is to vote to keep hlin oS of the bench. If selfishness was a qualification he would be brimful of qualifications. What worries theold lime Democrats In tbe county l , the' complexion of the Turner hall ticket. They can't see why Demoerats who have beretorfore had everything their own'way should put up a tloket that Is not a good half and half. Tfce People's ticket Is gaining In conse- ' tjiMtteeof tblsfaot. vTwm Turwr Ball ticket has almost baas) 1st ay attMapt to electioneer loth etty, Is doing all Its work atsong tbe Mexican element. This alone ougbt to bat the' tloket, ''because they ere afraid to trust their claims to the consideration of tbe business nnd Intel llgent masses of the people. Tim office of District Clerk Is one of great Importance to tbo people. It can only be properly tilled by an Industrious careful and accurate Clerk, who Is sys tematic In bis habits and methodical In tbe arrnngeiuents and details of the office. Things must bo done punctually and promptly, Oeorgo Dashlell Is tho man to fill this office. It i afe assume, that tho railroad to Aransa will be built with as little delay as possible, and that San Antonio will receive a fresh Impetus from Its com pletion. This road will render our city entirely Independent of Galveston, and enable our wholesale merchants to sell goods even cheaper than they can bo sold In Oalveston a circumstance, that will Increase the trade of our olty an hundred fold. Tbe railroad to Aransas will cause the intermediate section to be settled up, nnd will cause villages and towns to spring Into existence. Tiik politicians of the Democratic par ty have never been able to escape from the treadmill, whero there Is much mo tion, but not n particle of progress. Tho Southern wing of the Democraoy has shown an Inveterate repngnanco to progress, and has earned the name of Bourbons purely by Its Inability to learn, or forget anything. The advent of tho Democracy to national power, at this time, would bo but little short of a grave national calamlt). It would be the sig nal for reaction, nnd for retrograde measures will calculated to hamper the progress of tbe union. Tiik Oalveston News writes In n lugu brious strain of tho effects ol tho late gale on tho sandbanks, which were the chief piotectlon to the Island, and It has, no doubt, good reason for feeling dismal over the future of the city. It Is not Im probable that these destructive Inroads of tbo sea upon tbe Island will Increase, since each encroachment will diminish the resistance and open tbo door to fresh breaches. Oalveston needs n substan tial breakwater to break the force of the waves upon the sand composing tho' Island, and Its safety depends upon Its erecting one soon, Tiimik Is one point, at least, on which the strictest temperanco men nnd tbe brewers may ogrec that our markets ought not to bo opened to free trade, or lower tarlll on foreign ales, porters and beers, Free trade In these articles, or even a lowering of the tariff, would result in Isrge importations of Canadian and Kuropean been, ales nnd porler.i. It should bo rciuembctcd by every brewer who votes for a free trader for Congressman that, no matter what may be the personal pledges of such frco trade candidate, be will bo controlled In Congress by the decision of the Demo cratic party caucus. Tiik namo of American, which belongs to us In our national capacity, must al ways exalt the just pride of patriotism. Citizenship or the Republic must be the panoply and safeguard of lilm wbowenrs It. The American citizen, rich or poor, natlvo or naturalized, white or colored, must everywhere walk secure In bis per sonal nnd civil rights. Tbo Itepubllo should never accept a lesser duty, It can never assume a nobler one than tbe pro tection of the humblest man wbo owes It loyalty protection nt borne nnd pro tection which shall follow him abroad, Into wbatover land be may go upon n lawful errand. James Q. Blaine. Tiik Indianapolis Journal says tbe clerks of the Indianapolis Pension office did some Queer "marking" In regard to tbe Ohio election a short tlmo before that event came off. The different clerks sat down their figures as follows : Colonel Wood 20,000 C. Jones 17,300 J.Boyer 2,500 W. Layter. 0,500 C.Dennis 15,000 A. Alford 0,000 Tiffany 8.000 Nortln 11,000 llaugher 7,493 Tbe aggregate of these guesses Is 102,703, and, divided by nine, the number of tbo guesses, tbe average Is Just 11,421 tbe precise figure reported by telegraph on Friday. This Is rather curious, to say ine lent. The papers East nro making all man. ner of sport about Mr. Cleveland's letter to Sirs. Beecber. The St. Louis Cbron tele. Democratic, Is evidently disgusted, and saysi "Fancy the name of Samuel J. Tllden, Thomas K. Bayard, or Allen O. Thfimian, signed to such a letter as Cleveland writes to Mrs. Beecber such a letter as a 15 year old boy, wbo had been 'caught up with,' would write to bis mother, begging to be let oft. Pshaw, How relieved Mrs. Beecber must be to find that Cleveland bad nothing to do wltb that naughty woman at Albany, oven though be does plead guilty to tbo one nt Bullnlo. Mrs. Beecber can now endorse lura asheanlly as she did the Smith porous plaster as heartily as her husband did Pear's soap." The Times Is either very stupid and thick-headed, or possesses much more craftiness than Ingenuousness. It de votes a cataract of words to an article of tbe Light, forecasting the campaign of 1SS0, but utterly falls to so much as attempt to answer Its arguments. This is wisdom In the Times, as Its forte does not ccustst in argument and reasoning. It acts wisely In trying a different chute. Tbe remarks of the Liuiit, as Is appa rent on the face of them, were levelled at persons holding political offices, and none others, and tbe Times was so hard pushed that It was forced to resort to a perversion to seem to have a text at all. Tbe People's ticket In Bexar cannot be injured by the Times, and that is what exasperates that Intensely Bourbon paper. The Liqiit has studiously endeavored to avoid tbe reprehenslblo practice o! lugging personalities Into tbe count campaign, and has sought to draw pub llo attention to tbe faot, that tbe Turner ball nominations were the result of the chicanery and wire working of a clique, or ring, which had gotton control of tbe Mexican vote. This fact Is enough to lead reflecting citizens to vote against the month pieces' of this ring. It Is not to be tolerated, that half a dozen men, backed up, as they allege, by the solid vote of 1500 Mexicans, shall absolutely dictate to 4500 other voters whom tbey shall have for county ofilcers. That Is tbe Issue, and voters must not lose sight of It. Defeat the ring now, and It will disband, but crown It with victory, and It will rule Bexar for years to come. without so much as consulting the peo ple. We are not preaching a crusade against Mexican voters, but opposing the attempt of tbe ring, through Its grip on tho Mexicans, todlctnto tothema)or- ltyof the people or the county. 'J he ring has forced this Issue on the people. J war. ItxcTon, as the Independent candidate for Congress from tbo Tenth district, has made excellent progress in his canvass, notwithstanding tbe many Democratic reports that Mr. Bayers lias "done him up." Judgo Rector has made friends everywhere, and especially by bis honest and practical utterances on tbo tariff question nnd tbe great Impor tance of protection, not only to the peo ple of the district, but to the people of Texas. He Is an able and representa tive citizen, nnd his advent In Congress as a protectionist would be an obstacle to any further reduction on wool nnd on the Industries of tho county. Han Anto nio Is Interested In tho protection of the wool Interest to a vast amount; and to that end should casta unanimous vote for a man wbo Is tbo avowed champion of nn Industry that tho Democratic free traders In Congress havo almost para lyzed. A further reduction of tho tariff on wool will ruin tbe herd masters, and break up the flocks. Vote for Judge Rce tor for Congress, nnd thereby glvo an evidence of a desire to see thoprospcrlty of the city and tbe district. Tiik attempt of tbe Times to so white wash the Turner hall nominees as to gull tho people Into tho belief that they are Democrats, has only served to ex cite tho risibilities of thepeoplc. When did Mayor French really become a Democrat? He was only born Into tbo Democrntto party uiton being nominated at Turner hall, and even then he re frained from making n confession of faith In n public nnd tangible manner. Cnllaghan's loyalty to the Democratlo parly has grown dim on several occa sions In tho past, when he "hungered nnd thirsted" after otlice. In 1SS2 Cas- slano ran as nn Independent ngalnst tbo Democratlo nomlnco and was elected by defeating Mac N'owton and George Dasblel. Tbcso three men belong to the ring and nil of them are unable to exhibit n clean Democratic record. It Is n new doctrlno that n baro nomina tion with nocbangoof heart makes a Democrat out of a man wbo never was one before. Casslnno run In 1882, as an Independent, lint now ho has captured tho "machine" and claims to run the Democratlo party, because he holds the crank of tbe machine. A Consumptive) Rescued. K. E. Choate came to San Antonio after a cough for two years, with hem orbages, nnd finally fevers nnd night- weats, until wo nau ocen uespaireu oi. He was referred to Dr. Weathers, of this city, under whose treatment Mr. Choate la to-day a stout, active man. In the language of Mr. Choate! "My case was considered hopeless by all wbo knew UV nn rltl7inK nf Snn Antonio. Vnnw. "Ing Mr. Choate, considered his case Hopeless wncn ne went to Dr. v earners ngrceably surprised to see him n well Signed by Jacoii P. Leesk. W. I. Nirrr. M. J. McCaiitv. A. U. Dowuell. Mm. S. C. Dow dell. T. I. Payne. A Blessing to sll Mankind. In these times when our newsnancrs nre flooded with patent medicine adver tisements, It is gratifying to know what to procure that will certainly cure you H j'ou aro bilious, blood out or order, liver Inactive, or generally debilitated, there Is nothing In tbe world that will cure you so quickly as Xlectrlo Bitters. They are a blesslng.to all mankind, and can be had for only fifty cents a bottle at nice iiros. x uo. soieuau, uiock. Cur. for riles. Piles aro frequently preceded by a scuso of welitht In Ibo back, loins and lowor part or ttio abdunicn, causing ths patient to ftuppii tiudioiu. of tudlirel- prosent. i Uatulencr. tinpanineiw or thn umonh. em. A innlalun. Ilko TMrsttlra- tlon, producing a very dluureoablu ltchlni altr pettlnp warm. Is I ant. Illlnd, nicedlnv and Ilclilnfrl'llcsylcldat once to the application of Dr. lioranko's l'llo ltemodr, which acts directly upon tbo parts affected, absO'btDir he Tumors, allaying- tbo Intense Itching and .tHeming- a portmanent rrice, frj kn Medicine Co , l'lqua. U. Bold by C Bcaue, A Co- J Drunkenness. be irlren In a run of Olffea out tho knowlrdao of the person taking It, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, who! h. er the patient Is a moderate drinker or anal, cohollo wreck. Thousands of drunkards bare been made temperate men wbo have takon the tloldon Ppeciuo In their couee without tbolr knowledge, and to-day bellevo tbey quit drinking I their own free will. Noharraful effects result from Its administration. Cures guaranteed. Circulars and testimonials sent free. Address Oouikn BpEcinaCo., JO-IT Sin cod 185 llaoe St , Cincinnati, O. Eselted Thousands All over tbo land nro going Into ec tasy over Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their unlooked for re covery by the timely use of this great llfesaving remedy, onuses them to go nenrly wild In Its praise. It Is guaran teed to positively ouro severe coughs, colds, asthma, liny fever, bronchitis, fineness. loss of voloe, or any aOeo-, tlon of the throat and lungs. Trial bot tles free at Itlce Iiros. & Co.'s drng store, SolsUad block. Largo size $1. Tills Idea at Oolog Weak To Colorado or New Mexico for pure air to re lieve Consumption Is a't amlsiake. Anyreaa onable msn would tiso llr. llosanko'a Cotigb and Lung rlyrup for Consumption In all Its nrst staves. It never falls to give relief In all cases of Coughs, Colds llronohltls, Tuloa in tbo Chest aiid all atleotUins that are considered nrlmarr to consumption. J'rice, Wl cents aod A riw spoonfuls of KAY'8 KENTUCKY KOND1TION I'D IV I) Kit J mlzed with mesl and fed to poultry onoo or twice a week will cure them of vupt-a and cholera and make thera thrive, llo aura and get tbe K. K. K. l'owders. They excel alt others, bold by Kalleycr. W. A. Doyis, Carpenter and builder, 215 West Com merce street, next Dally Kzpress. Htore fitting a specialty. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. S-20 G-m female remedy it never fatta. Sold by Kalteyer. The belt smoking tobacco Is "tittle Joker.' dents' line furnishing goods at Sheets', . Announcements. roit iHiRirr. The LIMIT Is authorlred to announce Captain rillt, HnARDKlN at a candidal for the office of Sheriff at tbe enaulox election In rlovombcr. We are authorized to announce Caitaih R. A. BTarRNfl as a candidate for Sheriff of lloxar county, at tbe ensulnjr election. FOR C0UKTT ATT0RHKY. The LionT f authorised to announce M. G. i aa a candidate lor uounty Attorney of Veiar county at tho ensuing' election. HID- IKSPICTOn. The I.labt Is authorized to anootinoe It. Op rKn amis aa a candidate for tbo oflloeof Hide Inspector, at the ensulnjr election In Novem ber; tbe omceof Hide Inspector at the ensuing election. ron coiicntsj, We aro authorized to announce Judf o John 11. Hector, or Austin, aa a caudldate lor Con. grcas In the Tenth District of Texas. rOR C0H JT ABU, PftECIRCT NO. I. We are authorized to announce as a candi date. Frku IIAncn for the office of Constable for rrednct No. 1 ot llezar county at tbe coming eleotlon. We are authorized to announce Arpirsok lfannia as an Independent candidate for tbe once of Constable for 1'reclnct No. 1, llexar county, who solicits the support of his friends 3 ad minister It to tbe satisfaction of tbe entire people. And in too event ot ray election l assure you that inywholo tlmo and attention shall te dorott-d to tbe discharge of the dutlea of tbe 0(1100. OHO. It. DABMIKLL. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Wo aro authorized to announoo Thau W. Bmitii as a candidate for re-election to tho I-....tinn. COUNTY SURVEYOR. We aro authorized to announce William M. f.oCKK as a candidate for re-election to the of fice of County Hurveyor, of Doxar county, at tho ensuing election In November. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. Tho Light Is authorized tn announoo Co Fiiodocim M a candldato for tho offico cf County Trcasnrcr at tho election in Norem- b,r" FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. Char. WunznACll. ss a candldato for County FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Wt' arn aulhorizod tn announce Judgo O. H.Nonnan as a c-indldalo for ro-clcctlon tn tho office of District Judge at the coming election In November Tho I.tnilT Is euthorl"d to announce Hon. A. W. llnutrc-ux as a candidate for thoolllcoof District Judge. TOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We aro authorized to annunco Mr. (Ieouce Pahchai. as a candldato for tho ollloo of County Attorney. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT NO I. Wo aro authorized tn announce Mr. CilARI.u GuEiiatllN as a candidate for ro-cicctlnn to the poeltton or Couty Curat Itsioner of rreclnct No. 1, Lloxar county, at the coming election. Wo are authorized to announce Alvrkii 8. Mt'asBY as a candidate, on tbe rcnplo'a ticket, for tbe offiei of Commissioner for tbo first 1'rcctoct. Mr. Mussey has lived in tbo county for 23 ycarr, and plodges himself to support lis Interests. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT No. 3, The LiallT Is authorized to announce Wl. noEFLiNO. 8k, as an Indeoendent candidate for County Commissioner of f reelnct No. 3. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Wo are aulhorizod In announoi Captain r.n. Huaoen as an Independent candidate for County Commissioner for tho Fourth 1'reclnct or l-tr Cuuuty. JUSTICE Or THE PEACE PRECINCT NO. I. 6an Antonio, August S8, 1881. To tho voters of 1'reclnct No. I, Ileiar county. Trias l Oenllcincn As tho election for county ofilcers will soon tako place. I deem It a duty to my constituents tn thank ray friends for tho sup port and lavora extended to lad in the past four jcars and relying upon a continuance nf your support In tbo uumlng election, 1 hereby announce myself aa a candldato for re-election totbeoIQoA of Justice of llio l'caco for rre clnct No. I. Ileiar county, Tolas, plcdglrg Sin! mrlf. If elected, to perforin tho dutica or the tn the he Very re poctiuur. aistuw auam W'e aro Ruthorfwsd to announce W. (1. M. PAMUri. u h candidate for Juitloe or ilia I'enco, i'rcelnctiNo. t. at tbo comlriff ;clcctioD in November. Tho Lioht It authorized toflnnounre Henry Hunt aa a candidate for tbeolllce of Juctloa of tbe l'ea e for frecmct 'o. 1. FOR COLLECTOR. Wo are autliorlzM to innounco J. V. Bihneii a the dcopIo'i candidate for tbo ofllca of Tax Collector or Uoxir county at the com- lotr elections FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Tho Ltjrht li nuthorlzed to announce Hon, W. l Thomi-hon. as a candidal- for tho Lcttls lature, from lloxar county, at t bu ootntntf elec tion, and solicit the votes of tbe copio. THE PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. W, L. TliOMl'SON, For Justices of the l'caco, Precinct No. 1, ANTON ADAM, W. II. HUSTON, JUAN ANTONIO CIIAVIfZ,. rreclnct No. S For l'ubllo Weighers, WILLIAM KltAKNBV, HENltV HII.KV, A. A. MIINCRV. THOMAS CllOWLfSr. Black Letf. relief for Ulsck.Ler In cittle br alvlntr tliom from 15 to 20 droits Internally and applying A J.JIcCLUUn. Buttercup, Williamson Co . J' LIMMER'S RESTAURANT Coi Arelnaga and Alamo Streets. I bave, In con nection with my liEKIl QAHDKN, opened a first clnss restaurant. FISH and OYSTKItS In all styles, at all times, with the delicacies of the season. Elegant rooms for families and private parties. Prompt and polite attention to visitors. " "carter s mullIly7 UNDERTAKERS 41 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA. raD.ral. ruraUha4 With Bvwy JUqalalU. Special attention given to forwarding bodies to all parts ol tbe United Btatea. IW'Teleolion connection. Calls atUndsd. day nd night. DR. WASSERMANN, Itealdcnoo and Office, SSI TJlum 8ut Kt.AU MEKai.lt HOTF.U Bo A. MOILILAPJB Wholesale and retail Tea Dealer, Coffee Eoaster NO. U COMMERCE STREET. Importation of French and Eorllih table delicacies a specialty. Coffee parched and around every day. Tcae of all grades and P licet. t-Zi MRSTa. GEORGE, Teaehep ol Music, C01 SAN MARCOS STREET, SAN ANTONIO. GItci private lessons on the Tlano Forte at the above address or at tbo rosldencus of her pupils. Terms moderate. For further partic ulars apply aa above or to Messrs. Tbos. Onir Kan & llros., muslo store Commerce street. J. C. BREEDING & SOU, ARCHITECTS, 379 Commerce Street, ar Over h. Kouvant's Jewelry Store Main PlatM, tu Auteulo. Texas. fowler. Berliner & Co. Froirietors. North side of Alamo Plaza, next to Campbell Brothers, ' ICE COLD CITY AND ST. LOUIS BEER Always on 1mm I. Free lunch dally. J. 8. TnonNTOM. J. M. njtowwsnK, cunirr t'reiienii Traders National Bank, 384 Catntueree Htraets BAN ANTONIO. Trncu a s-oneral bank in ir buslneM. DR. WEATHERS SIN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Makes a specially of all Chronlo Diseases. Can present as good credentials as anr practitioner ot tho heallnir art. OOlco at Netto's Droit store. Tetephono.1TI. Henry E. Vernor, ATTORNEY LAND COUNSELOR AT LAW SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 90S West Houston street, SOI Bolcdad street, on corner, up suura, rooms nos. a ana., Intll tbo State and Federal court.. ATTOItNEY-AT-LAW, Itooms ii mill 3, No. 112 SOIcdndSt. Ban Antonio, Toias. Examination of titles and land lltlxatloR a specialty. I-30-lr F.GROOS&CO., BANKERS And Dialers in Exchange. BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. JOHN H COPJSLAND. Attorney and Comisellor-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. nmce; No. 20 Wwt limit on itrcct, up Hurt. rracucM in an rourn. HEALTH IS WEALTH. Dr. li. a Wcot'i Nerve airl.IIrain Tn atmont. apuartnU-cd ipoclrta for llyrtorla, Plzrlness, Oonvulison-O'i' Nervoui Neuralgia, Head ache. Nervoua Prostration caused bj th ui ot aloobol or tobaoco, Wakefu'ncM, MenUl Depression. Boftenloit of tbe Drain, rciultlnir In insanity and leartlDg- to mtaery, decay and deatbt Pruuiature Old Ave. Darren nets, Lowi tbe brain, aelf-abuie or over-lnculgenoo- Each box contain! one month's treatment. SI 10 a box, or tlx boxea for 13 GO, loot by mail pre- iaiu vu rwoipi ui ynw. WK OUAUAMTKK SIX UOXB9 to cure any oaae. With each order received by ua for alx boxen, accompanied with $400, we wm aenu me purcuaaer our written guar- WHITE7 LEPHANT Tbe Original '8nnaet and THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC A7 HOURS FROM HOUSTON TO NEW YORK A7 V I ARRIVING HOURS IH ADVANCE OF AMY RIVAL HUE. V I Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Coaches! 4 DAILY San Antonio, Houston, " New Orleans; Making close and reliable connections In New Orleans with nil lines diverging for nil points In the Knst nnd North. THE THROUGH CALIFORNIA ROUTE San Francisco, Los Angelos, Washington The Direct Route to New Mexico and Arizona I Shortest Line to Gity of Mexico t Trains Leavo San Antonio at Arriving at Now Orloans at QUICK TIME I ion runniKn information call ox on AnnnisM C. II. KIQllT, Pauaipcr Agentt T. W. PEIROB, MISSOURI PACIFIC-- International and Great Schedule in Effect Leave San Antonio, bound north, at 7:30 nnd 11 a. m. Arrlre at 0:50 nnd 0 p. in. Leave for Laredo at 8:30 n. m.; nrrlro from Lnredo nt 7:15 p. in. Train tearing San Antonio at 7:30 a. m. tat l'alhnan I'ataee UM Car, Baggage Car,' ill Coachrt through to St. Louit, without change, tia Waco, Fort Worth, Dallat and Veniton. Train teavina San Antonio at it a. tn. hn Pullman IWace Jtuffrt Car attachftt. which nint through to St. Louis, tcitiout change, via Two Express Trains Dally Between Close connections at Little Roek for the with Express Trains in all Directions. For J. J. CHEW, TtcMAucnt.Sf) Commerce SU San AnUmtn. II. p. lluaill,lmiirpriiNJroualoii,nn. II. w. alcDULI.OUUH, Grneml ltsenuer Ayt, Oalrerlnn, Texan. V. LORRA, MERCHANT- TAILOR, Commerce Street, Hear Bridge, SAN ANTONIO, - - - TEXAS. lint on hand the Finest Stock ot German, English, Scotoli nnd French Ooodi, Only llrat-clflsa workmen employed and the best of trimmings used. A'flt guar anteed or money refunded. POMPS, I -Him STEAM-FITTING, PLUMBING,. ETC. The City Coal & WoodCp Corner Avenue D and Sixth Street, San Antonio, Aro now prerartMl to deliver And enter Into contract for tho supply of Coal, Cord Wood, Stove Wood, Charcoal. o. r. ferom:m:e!pi Practical BookBinder and Ruler Opp. Court House, SolctladSt., 8an Antonio. tWAU klndJ of binding and rullnjr done wltb neatness, durabibltr and dispatch. Com petit 'oo id prloea defied. -&Hni WALTER SCOTT, Manufacturer of Hesquite Block PaYenient. OtOce and Factory 300, 308 S. Laredo Street, San Antonio. The best material now offered to tba publlo foritreetl and side-ilk psrir. Price-First class 88c per loot. Booondlau 24o. Heferonoesi F. Oroos, preetdent German English school Y. w. Lango, Treasurer Ban Antonio Labor association, Frits Blpuert, Oeono H. Stumban H. T. BtumberB. i. II. KAHPHASN, President, LOUIS S. BERG, Secretary, H. BARBECK, Vice President and Business Manager. LONE Brewing Go.? SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. RICE & sDCCESSOIll in ii... n.:n u sj uicsiu) avv vvnsj snsil vvsuvvwi VUSSSU . ms) aao HouBton Street, San Antonto, Texas. "Star and Creacent" Ronte. TRAINS 4 V JELQJL v. Sacramento and Oregon and Territory Points. 8:05 a. m. and 7:16 p. m. 7:30 a. m. and 0:25 p. m. LOWEST RATES! It. FREER, Tid.tt Agml. Menger llotd. San Antonio. Jr., O. P. A., HOUSTON, TEXAS. RAILWAY SYSTEM. Northern R. R. Division. October 13, 1SS4. ltlctine ami Tcxarhana. San Antonio, Austin and St. Loafs. Southeast, and in the Union Depot, St, Louis, tickets or anyfurilier information apply to Stoam Wind Mills, Band Pumps, Plumbers' Supplies of all kinds, flpeoln.1 Attontton to Wator Supply in tbe Country. m:a.xjpltt & co,, 333 ALAMO PLAZA, SAN ANTONIO. STAR, RYAN TO SESSIOKd CO. Ha.i ti.u ni....i n. j B.i.'