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Subscriber! not receiving their paper will pleaso make complaint to tho ofllco. Sub scriber! are warned not to par their subscrip tion except upon presentation of a propcrlr receipted bill from this once. THOMAS D. JOBNSON, Boalnesa Manager. UAILllOAD TIMK TAIILK. DarARTUntat For St. Louis, via Mo. PaclBo route, .Tan a. m. Vor St. Louis, via I. Mi route 1100 a, m. For Undo 830a.m. All RIVALS. From St. Louis, via Mo. Paclllo tM p. m, O.. II ft S. A KAILBOAD. TWO T1IAINS TO NEW OHI.EA.N9 DAILY. Through Kxpress Kast, Dally. Imts for Mew Orleans, Houston and (lalvrs- ton..... Bin a.m. Leave for New Orleans. Houston and Dalres- ton 7.13 p. m. Arrive from tha East. Arrive from New Orleans, Houston and Gal veston., ..." W p. m. Arrive from New Orleans, Houston and Oat- veston 9 CO a. m.. Through Wast. Leavo for San Francisco, El Paso, and Eagle Pass T.tl n. m. Arrive from San Francisco, El Taso and Eagle Pass , TJB a, m. Qridav. October 81. 1884. A vote for Judge Rector lor Congress It e vote for the Industrie! and the pros perity of tbe country. Von against tha ring on general prin ciple!. Vote for the Feople's ticket and elect men who will represent the people. Tmc ring Ignored the Democratlo par-1 ty war horses In the convention, and It will Ignore tbe people II Ita candidate! are elected. Vote for the Teople'i ticket and bury the clique. Ir rr ii true, aa stated, that the cam paign hai 10 far coat the ring candidates about $10,000, how much of It will the people have to pay If the ring get! con trol of the offices of the county? The mere Item of salary would hardly Justify such an expenditure. Tim Turner Hall ticket nominees are squirming and twisting, trying to ex plain the whys and wherefores of the ring, and the many shades of political opinion It represents. But after all they cannot explain why any good Democrat or any good citizen should vote for them. Ten thousand dollars Is a powerful big torn for a handful of men who con trol the Turner hall ticket to spend In one campaign, and it Is asserted that that amount Is about what tbe ring is out on this election. Therefore It Is to the Interest of all good citizens to vote against that ticket. Tim Democrats around town are very much disgusted with the praotlcal state ment made by Colonel Upson on tbe tariff. lie drove a whole handful of nail Into the political coffln of Major Bayers, and made many friends for Judge Hector, In his campaign on the protective tarlfi Issue for Western Texas. Tnc Turner hall ticket threw off on the people when they manipulated the convention, and now on the eve of the election they are beginning to throw off on one another in "tbe devil take the hindmost" sort of a way. Vote for the People's ticket, and you will make no mistake as regards good men, and be or much benent to the county generally, pBOTKcnoN of tbe Industries and of the sheep Interest in AVeetorn Texas Is of paramount importance to Ban Anto nio. Therefore vote forjudge Rector for Congress. lie Is a representative man, la in .favor of protection, and has the ability to moke his presence felt If be is elected. A vote for him Is a vote toward! the future prosperity of the country. Tbs Blalno demonstration In New York city on Wednesday by the business men was one of tbe most Imposing parades or tbe campaign. It Is esti mated that there were 23,000 men In line, and tbey were 2 hours and 40 mln- M pawing a given point. New York le the battle ground of the campaign, and Mr. Blaine' does not seem to have lost any of his magnetism. Con?AM90!a are action!." It is Rene rally beUevea, but the good citizen Is rennested to toko look at the men who iirpiaaim km two Hotel now perore to people. The Turner hall tioket Is made m of nun who'are Democrat for the Hag and far revenue only, while the 1'eople's ticket are tho nominee! of the people In a desire for good administra tion and good government. Tim Turner hall ticket If successful In thli campaign, will be a veritable " old man of the sea" upon the people of Bexar oounty. The ring nominated them for Its own purposes, and by Its peculiar methods and against any and all consid erations of the public. Tho People's tioket is tho work of tne people In the attempt at reform and good government, and Its nominees command the confi dence of all. A Memo named Lewis Wilson effected an entranoe Into the bed-room of awldow lady named Dnbbs, at Denlton, on Sun day night, and committed the crime of rape. lie was arrested and hurried off to Jail to prevent an outraged people from lynching him. Jails sometimes prove a detriment to society, especially when a rnptst Is hurried behind the walls to prevent his receiving the pen alty so muoh deserved, hanging. Tim people of Texas would be a hun dred fold better off, In case the Demo cratlo majority was only about 10,000, and If there was a large floating vote capable of deciding tbe election In par ticular emergencies. Tbe sense of uncon trolled power Is Immensely corrupting. The land business of Texas has been a hot bed of fraud, and Is likely to con tinue so to tbe end of tbe chapter. All real Investigation In that respect Is out of the question, as It would upset nine tenths of the leading Democratic poli ticians and raise a tremendous stench. "A luivATR letter from Cincinnati." says the Leavenworth Times, "states that hundreds upon hundreds of Irish Americans worked and voted for the Republican ticket at tho recent elec tions, and that thousands throughout the State, who voted against the Re publicans on the 14th instant, will vote for them on the 4th proximo. There Is no doubt of either statement, for the same Information .comes from various sources; and those who have been sneer ing at the Irish-American Blalno move ment, saying that It would not material ize at the polls, now see that the move ment Is a reality, and will have a de cisive effect on the result of the election. The Irish vote, like the German vote, Is no longer carried in any one man's or any party' vest pocket. The days of the Schurz buccaneers are over In this country." Tiik county campaign has not so much politics at this time, as It is tbe attempt of good citizens to down the ring. The Turner Hall ticket Ignored the better element of the Democratlo party in the composition of Its nomlncss, and conse quently It linds It difficult to secure that old time enthusiasm from the rank and (lie, both In tho city and country. A ticket nominated In tbe Interest of tbe ring will work for the advancement of tbe ring. This is natural, and it follows If they managed to control things be fore the nomination, they could do more effective work If elected. This is tbe history of all rings, and whether they are political or commercial, always make game of the public. The people have been given one exhibition of the power of tbe clique In San Antonio, and should be able to Judge of the kind and the amount of work they would do If they had things to themselves, and In their own hands. The way to prevent such a state of affairs Is to vote against the Turner Hall ticket. Mr. A. T. Monroe, Republican nomi nee for Congress from the Second dis trict, writes to tbe Light as follows: "I have written to Judge Reagan (the present member), both at Palestine and Galveston, inviting him to meet me in Joint debate to discuss the Issues of tbe present canvass together, should he fall or refuse to do so, I shall look on bis declination as an avoidance, and bis ab sence from the district as a concerted plan to get rid of meeting me In debate. This has been ever tbe tactlcsof Reagan and all hu party of followers In this district. Hence tho bourbontsm that has clouded many parties of Texas, and especially the close corporation, headed by the Hon. John II. Reagan, Congress man, by the grace of Isolation and mis representation for so many long years. Reagan's record like Cleveland'!, Is a blank. Ills powers are falling, and his hold on this district Is weak and can be broken, and his friends know It, and unless he returns and meets me, I shall claim with my friends that his precipi tate flight was made with the design and purpose not to meet me In debate." The benefactions of George Peabody, during bis life and by his last will and testament, will compare favorably with those of the English Israelite, Sir Moses MonteDore, and should call forth as warm gratitude In the breasts of Amer icans. There was a wider sweep and broader catholicity about the benevo lence of George Peabody, that ought not to be lost sight or. Tbe charity and be nevolence of Sir Moses Monteflore were worthy of great praise, and we cheer fully accord It to him; but still they were sectarlun,soto speak, being chiefly bestowed upon his own race, the Jews, who needed It of course, and were first to be taken care of. This hardly de tracts from his merits, since enlarged benevolence and philanthropy are too rare to be treated slightingly, when they do Irradiate the dlsmalness of un broken selfishness. It Is a slur upon hu manity that there are so few George I'eabodys and Blr Moses Monteflores, Truth and candor require us to say that the Jews, taken collectively, are more alive to the obligation of charity and nenevoience man almost any otner race, and thai lhr urn an la irr.tlf tn that. honor. The world should honor every manifestation of benevolence and phl- The lea Crsam Ssssen Is now over, and Jacob Wenco from no w on will have at hi stand on Uoniton street bis well known fine home made bread and candles, hot rolls and pastry. He will also accommodate the publlo with oysters, hot coffeo, chocolate and chile con carne. The publlo is Invited to give uim triai. iv-iwin 1. 1, riovd A Co:. Brokers In grain, cotton and provisions, aiu, v puicuau aij-rei. jiume oiuce, ubj vestuu, acjuu; vranou viuccs nt pau au- tonlo, Houston and Fort Worth, I0-17tf SPECIAL BARGAINS. Call en llostek A Hswton, tl IsltStd II., Oppo site Courlhouis, for Special Bargains. A anlenillit hartraln In a. well-furnlshcd boarding bouse of eight rooms, No. 301 Kast Commerce street. Kurnlturo and bedding all good. Splendid Piano and small store and appurtenances lnclndcd If wanted. Call on Hosaok A Newton, opposite the court house. That valuable and beautiful lot on cor ner of Goliad and Matagorda streets, BPicnum juisnesa oianu, snu uuaincaa with Stock and Lease for Sale. Call on Ilosack A Newton. l ine property on Boutn Alamo atreer. TmnrnveilA ICooma and fine lartre Lot with garden and fine vineyard. Call nnu see me price. Seven 10 acre tracts, near Prospect Hill, at $230 each. One 10 acre tract, well fenced and Im proved, just out of city, on Corpus Chrlstl road, cheap. One fine lot on Poplar street, west of San Pedro avenue, can be bought cheap now; fronts south. Five hundred and eighty acres of land In South eastern part of county on wa ters of Callveres and Chapedercs creeks. ernanuo uuiz ncatingnt; u per acre. One lot In ward No. 1: bargain at $123. A 210 acre farm. 10 miles eastofcltr. on tho Calavarns creek, 100 acres en closed. 70 acres In cultivation; come quick If you want to buy. Two lots In ward No. 3. on Itlvcr avenue, fronting CO feet each thereon, $ ISO for both. Several Improved residences on Crockett. Alamo and Nolan streets, and other bargains In unimproved property. une vaiuamo lot ironting on ooicunu and Acequla streets, and in the second block north of Houston (tract. Im- iroved on Acequla street, anu a bargain f sold now. ANOTHER REMARKABLE CURE. An Unrortunits Mm Stricken With Pmljili Cursd br Dr. Weathers. To Whom It May Co.ncxicj : Sax Axtonio, September 3, 1884. We the undersigned citizens of San Antonio subscribe to the fact that wo know n man by tho name of Burnett, from Junction City. Kimball county, Texns, who came here na tin Invalid, perfectly helpless, having been confined to uis ueu lor montns nnu count nut move about except wben lifted from his bed bv famllvand friends, and then with much Buffering. We know this patient to nave oeen trenteu oy in. earners oi this olty, underwhose care he remained, until he left well and walking. ISIcned.l Mrs. A. E. Watklns. Mr. A. J. Martin. Mrs. A. J. Martin, Hugh .lonnson, Jirs. J. a. iiugues, sir. .i. i.. Henrn. Miss Joslo F. Ileum. J, L. Cham berlain. IMO-tf A Consumptive Rescued. , E. Choaio came to San Antonio after n cough for two years, with lietn orhages, and finally fevers and night sweats, until life hail been despaired of. He was referred to Dr. Weathers, of this city, under whose treatment Mr. Choato is to-uay a stout, active man. in tne lancunce of Mr. Choatc: ''Mv case was considered hopeless by all who knew e." Ing Mr. Cboate, considered his case hopeless when he went to Dr. Weathers of this city for treatment, and all felt agreeably surprised to see him a well man. Signed by Jacob I. Leksk. W. I. Nirrr. M. .1. McCartv. A. K. DowiiEU. MR1). S. C. DOWDELI.. T. I. Payne. A Blessing to all Mankind. In these times when our newspapers are flooded with patent medicine adver tisements, It is gratifying to know what to procure that will certainly cure you If vou are bilious, blood out of order. liver Inactive, or generally debilitated. mere is noming in ine worm mat win cure you so quickly as Klectrlo Bitters. Tbey are a blessing to all mankind, and can he bad for only fifty cents a bottle at nice uros. cc wo. aoieuau, diock. weight in tho back, loins and lower part of tbe abdomen, causing tbe patient to suppose bo baa some affection of tho kldoera or neighbor ing organs At times, srmptoms of Indica tion are present, as Uatulencr. uneasinoee or tbe stomach, eto. A moisture like perspira tion, producing a verr dlaagrceablo itching, after getting warm. Is a very common attend ant. Ullnd, Bleeding and Itching Piles rleld at onoe to the application of Dr. Oosanko'i Pile Itemeor, wmcn acta airccuy upon mo parte affected, absorbing he Tumors, allaying the intense itching and effecting a permanent cure. Price, &0 cents. Address, The Dr. ilo aanko Medicine Co, Plqua. O. Hold br O Scaase, it Co' James Clavln Hagland & Co' Drunkenness, or lha Liquor Habll, Can Bs Cured by Administering Dr. Haines' Golden Speclflo. It can bo alvon In a ounof coffee or tcawltl. out tho knowledge of the person taking It, drinking o their own free will. No harmful offecta result from Its administration. Cures guaranteed. Circulars and teatlmonlsls sent free. Address OoLDk! Brxcirio Co-10-17 Cm-cod 183 Itace St., Cincinnati, O, Exeltad Thousands All over tho land are going Into eo tasy over Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Their unlooked for re covery by the timely use or this great tlfesaving remedy, causes them to go nearly wild In its praise. It Is guaran teed to positively cure severe coughs, colds, asthma, bay fever, bronchitis, arseness. loss of voice, or any afleo-, tlon of the throat and lungs. Trial bot tles free at Rice Bros. fc Co.'s drug store, Soledad block. Large size $1. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It Is guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Rico Brothers & Co., Solednd block. Hove Consumption Is all a mistake. Any reas onablo man would uso Dr. lioaanko'a Cough and Lung Byrup for Consumption In all It! drat stares. It never falls to glvo relief In all caeca of Coughs, Colds, llroncbltla. Pains In the KONDITI and fed to poultrr once or twice a week will inem or ropes ana cooiera ana make Kalteyer. Now, It rou or any of rour famllr are suffer ing with Chills, ltemltunt or Intermittent Fever, Aching of tho llonea, Dullneaa, Jrrlta bUltr, Nervousness, Jaundico, Illllousuesa or anr other avmptom of malarial poison, we earnestly solicit rou to trr MOllLE VH T-X-S AU UB TONIC for. If usod according to ill roc tlona.we know the result will boasucceea. Bold Er Kalteyer. W. A. Doyie, Carpenter and builder, 215 West Com merce street, next Dally Kipress. Store fitting a specialty. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. 8-30 0-m LxvitA, If rou want a beautiful complexion, a bright ere, a good appetite, an active liver, bowels regular as clockwork, vigorous, healthy liodr. use M()llI,BY-8 T-X-S TONIO OOl. pIAL, the Groat Srstxm Itenovator. Aa a temaia rwurfjar it never raju. goia nr Kaiierer. Gents' floe furnishing good at fiheets'. Announcements. ron tHMurr. The r.tntiT la authorized tn announce Cantaln Vain. Hiiariieim aa a randldata for tho nfllfw nf Sheriff at the ensuing election In November. We ara authorized to announce CAr-rAlNK. A. Stbvkn aa a candidate for Sheriff of Dexar oountr, at the ensuing election. ron coubti attorhet. TIia I.tnnr Ii authorized to announce M. O. AMnaruMii aa a candidate forCountr Attorner of Hexar countr at the ensuing election. HIOI lltSPtXTOR. The Light la authorized to announce H. Op- the omceof Hide Inspector at tbe ensuing 1 ' ron concurs!. We aro authorized to announce Judge JnnN It. Itzcrnn. or Austin, aa a candidate for Con gress In the Tenth District of Tela. rOH COnSTABLE, FKECInCT no. I. Wa are authorized to announce, as a candi date. Pbiu llama for the office of Constable for Precinct No. 1 of llexar county at the coming election. we are authorized to announco Anderson llitimi as an IndctMindAnt candidate for the office of Constablo for l'reelnot No. 1, Itoiar oountr. who solicits the support of his friends and the publlo generallr. roR district cierk. To tho voters of Hexar countr. I hereby an nounce mysoir aa a canuiaaie lor mo oiucu oi Clerk or the District Court. For six years, while I held that ofnee, 1 endeavored to ad minister It to the satisfaction of the entire people. And In the event of my election 1 assure you that my whole time and attention shall be devoted to the discharge of the duties otthoonlco. OEO. It, DAS1IIELL. TOR C0VNTY CLERK. We am authorized to announce TllAD W. fluti-ii nriMBtA for reflection to tho ofneo of County Clerk of Hexar County, lub- onventlon. COUltTY SURVEYOR, wv are authorized to announce WILLIAM M. f,ocKr. as a candidate for re-election to the of- the ensuing election In November. ' rOR COURTY TREASURER. The T.lanr Is authorized to announco Ed ber. WirnznAPtt. aa a candidate for Countr Judge of this, Dcxar countr at the coming election. ...... authorized tn announco Judro O.H.Nonnan as a candldato for re-election to tho office of District Judge at the coming election In November. Tho I.innr is authorized to announco Hon. A. v. Houston as a candidate for tho oruco of District Judge. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY, We are authorized to announco Mr. Gv.onoR Paschai. aa a candldato for tho omco of Countr Attorney. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, FREClltCT NO 1. TOnpA nthnrt7jHt tiannnitnco Mr.ClfAItf.Efl GuknouiN as a candidate for re-election to tho position of County Commissioner of Precinct No. 1, Hour county, at tho coming election. We are authorized to announce ALman o. Inutr n. candidate, on tho Pconle'a ticket. for tbe olhoe of Commissioner for the First Precinct. Mr. Muasoy has lived In tbe county for 2 rears, and plodgcs himself to su pport Its Interests. COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT No. 3, The I.mnT Is authorized to announoe Wat. noxruNa, 8n, aa an independent candldato for County Commissioner of Precinct No. 3. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. authorized to announco Caotaln Ed. DitADXNasan Independent candidate for County Commissioner for the Fourth Precinct of Ltexsr County. JUSTICE Or THE PEACE PRECINCT NO. I. Sm ANTnvin. Auauftt 28. 18M. To the votera of Precinct No. I, Ucxar county. Texas I Gentlemen As tho election for county omcers will soon take place, I deem It n duty to my constituents to thank my friends for the sup port and farora extended to me In the past four years, and relying upon a continuance of your support in the comlog election, I hereby announce myaclfaaacand Ida to for re-elect Ion office Impartially and to the best of my ability Vorjr rcspoctfullr, Anton Adah We are authorized to announce w u. M. Bauuei. as a candidate for Justico of the I'oace. Preolnct No. 1. at the comlngMcctlon In November. Tho LlOHTls authorized to announce Henry Hunt aa a candidate for tbeolUto of Justice Of tbe Peace for Precinct No. 1. FOR COLLECTOR. V. bi.a authorized tn announco J. V. SiltNEn as the people's candidate for the office TOR REPRESENTATIVE. Thn T.tn-ht la authorized to announce Hon. W. Ii. TiiourHON, aa a candidate for tho Legla lature, from llexar countr, at tho coming elec tion, and solicits the votes of the people. THE PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For tbe Leglalaturc, A.K.CAItOTHEllS, W.L. TllOHl'SON, W. ll.HUBTON. JUAN ANTONIO CliAVEZ.. .Prcclnot No. 3 WILLIAM IIOIII'LINU Precinct No. 3 J. W. LIUHT Precinct No. For Publlo Weighers, WILLIAM KKAHNBY, I1KNUV HILRY, A. A. MUNCKV. TflOMAH CltOWLKY. Black Leo. This Is to certify that I have usod WUNPGIl. FULi UIlllIT and found It to bo an lminodlate relief for Ulack.Leg In cattle by gtvlog them from 13 to SU drop! Internally and applying once or twice externally to parte affected. LIMMER'S RESTAURANT Cor. Arelnaga and Alamo Streets. I have, In con nection with my I1EEU OAHDEN, opened a first class restaurant. FISH and O V8TEK3 In all styles, at all times, with the delicacies of tbe season. Elegant rooms for families and private parties. Frompt and polite attention to visitors. CARTER & MULIALY, UNDERTAKERS 4 AMD 44 ALAMO PLAZA. VauratU Varnished Wltk Bvarr JMqalalt. Special attention t Iven to forwarding bodies soauparuoxuieuriiieamaua. sBntwsi connection. Call attended oar nd sleet DR. WASSERHANH, Uesldenco and Office, 221 Dlum 61., NRAH MBNOEll HOTEL. Also, office at Drelaa' and Netle'a Drug Stores. Telephone. 8-I-:m B A, JHOMjAWB Wholesale and retail Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster NO. H COMMERCE STREET. Importation of French and EoflUh Ublo dilloftclcg a ipoctHf. Coffee parched and irround every day. Teas of all rrades and MRS. A. GEORGE, Teacher of Music, 601 Salt MARCOS STREET, SAN ARTOnlO. Gives prtrate lossons on the Piano Forto at J. C. BREEDING &S0H, ARCHITECTS, JUS Commerce Street 19 Over L. Kouvant's Jewelry Storo Main JPIasa, Sao Antonio. Titu, fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirictors. North side of Alamo 1'laza, next to Campbell llrothers, ICE COLD CITY AND ST. LOUIS BEER Always on hand. Free lunch dally. Traders National Bank, 164 Commerce 81 root. BAN ANTONIO. Tr&niaoU a general banklntc buslneM. DR. WEATHERS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Makes a specialty of all Chronlo Dlsoascs. Can present as good credentials as any practltlonor of tbe heallnt art. Offlco at Nettys Drug storo. Tclephono37I. Henry E, Vernor, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS, 205 Weit Houston street. 01 Soledad street, on comer, up sulra, rooms Nos. 3 and 4. Practices Inall tbe State and Federal courU. a-ll-ly ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Kooins IS mill 3, No. 1 tf SOlcdnd St. F.GROOS&CO,, BANKERS And Dealers in Exchange. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAB. JOHN H. OOPEIiANDs. Attorney anil Connsellur-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. HEALTH IS WEALTH. Dr. B. C West's Nerve andjlraln Treatment, a guaranteed speclno for Hysteria, Xllizlneee, OonvulslonSiIFIts, Nervous Neuralila, Head, acbe, Nervous 1'rostratlon caused Br the use of aloobol or tobaooo, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Boftenlni of the Urate, reaultln tn Insanity and lead Ing- to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Ace. llarrennese, Lose Spenuatorrho-a caused by ot prezertlon of tbe brain, self-abuse orover-lueulsenoe. Each box contains ono month's treatment. II W a box, or alz boxes for ft 00, sent by mall Pre paid on receipt of nrloe. WIS UUa.KANTr.K BIXMOXBg to cure any case; With each order received1 by us for alx boxes, accompanied with so 00, j wltl unit lha nurchaaer our written a-uar ante to refund the money If the treatment ooes not enoci a rure. u uarauraa inueu unir by J orut o, waatx at go., ' ' oJ3,W, Madlaon Bt , Cnlcaco, 111. WHITE ELEPHANT, KIMISVfliS-i-lHUSSl Tha Original "Ha&sat" smd "Star and Craaeaftt Root. THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC n7l0URS FROM HOUSTON TO NEW Y0RT"ft7 V I ABRIVIKC HOURS IS ADVAHCf, Of AMY RIVAL UHt, V I Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Coaches I 4 DAILY San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Making close and rcltablo connection In New Orleans with all lines diverging for all points In the Kast and North. 1 THE THROUGH CALIFORNIA ROUTE - F - 8an Francisco, Los Angelos, Sacramento and Oregon' and Washington Territory Points. The Direct Route to New Mexico and Arizona I Shortest Line to City ot Mexico I Trains Loavo San Antonio at 0:05 a. m. and 7:15 p. in. Arriving at Now Orloans at 7:30 a. m. and 0:2G p. m. QUICK TIME 1 LOWEST RATES! ron tTnniF.it i.nioiimation call ox or address C. II. KIOIIT, lierger Agmt, P. It. FREER, TUlrt Agent, San Antonio, Tcxa. Menger Hotel, San Antonio. Or T. W. PBIROB. Jr., O. P. A., HOUSTON, TEXAS. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY SYSTEM. International and Great Northern R. R. Division. Schedule in Effect October 13, 1SS4. taare Ban Antonio, bound north, at 7:30 and 11 a. m. Arrive at 0:50 and 0 p. tn. Leave for Laredo at 8:30 a. m.; arrive from Laredo at 7:15 p. in. Train leaving San Antonio nt 7;SO a. m. hai tollman l'alnu Hotel Car. Baggage Car. and Coaches through to St, LouU. without change, via Waco, Fort Worth, Dallas and Venison. Train Itavina San Antonio at 11 a. m. has rullman Mace Buffet Car attached, which mns through to St. Louis, witliout change, via Palestine anil Texarkana. Two Eipress Trains Dally Between San Antonio, Austin and St. Louis. Close connections at Little Rock for the Southeast, and in the Union Depot, St. .Louis, with Eijrtsi Trains in all Directions. For tickets or vny further information apply to J. J. CHEW, Ticket Auent, SB Commerce St San Antonln. II. r. UUOIIES, Vamcnaer Aocnt, Houston, Texas. II. W. McOULLOUOll, General ratecnuer Aut, aalrcton,Teias. V. LORRA, MERCHANT Commerce Street, Near Bridge, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Has on hand the Finest Stock ot German, Enellah, Hootch and French Ooodi. Only llrst-claea workmen employed and the beat or trimmings used. A lit guar anteed or money refunded. PUMPS, STEAM-FITTING, PLUMBING, ETC. The City Coal & WoodCo Corner Avenue D and Sixth Street, San Antonio. Aro now prepared to doltrcr and enter Into contract for tho luppl of Coal, Cord Wood, Stove Wood, Charcoal. O. F. FROMMER, P Practical BookBinder and Ruler Opp. Court Houbo, Bolodad St., Sau Antouto. WALTER SCOTT, Manufacturer of Hesquite Block Pavement. Office and Factor? 300. 808 8. Laredo Street, Sa Antonio. The beat material now offered to the publfo for itreeta and atdewalk pa tit. Prtoea Jftrat claw o. per S oot. 8ooondelaaa 14o. Keferecceat V. Urooa, President German-Rdi-Hid achool F. w, iAne-e, Treasurer Sau Antonio Labor association, Frits iilppert. Goo ire l Btumbarr H. D. HtumWr. Vm-lf J. H. KAMPMANN, President, LOUIS S.-BFHG, Secretary, H. BARBECK, Vice President and Bnslness Manager. " LONE Brewing Co., SAW ANTONIO, TEXAS.. RICE & RYAN H '-; ftICCB880n3 TO 883'iIO.Na CO. Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed,.. Coil, S4 Charcoal; Cltr Puts, 230 Houston Street, San Antonio,. Tzm, ri TRAINS 4 O.R TAILOR, Stoam Wind Mills, Hand Pumps, Plumbers' Supplies of all kinds. Spoolal Attention to Water Supply In tho Country. 3.XJPL',5r Sc CO,, 823 ArVMO PLAZA, BAN ANTONIO. STAR