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Splondid Opportunity for Investment .of Capital and Entorprlso.
the Tlmo to Buy Property The following la only a partial list of some or I lie fine properties offeretl for tale liy Colonel .1. W. llraclley. Ilic llvo real estate agent, No. 401 Kait Ilouilon atrcet. Kvery piece of property oircreil by Colonel Ilratlley will tie represented Jiut ni It la, anil arebargalna, and can be bought on almost any leruia to stilt the purcliaier: 200,000 Acres, solid body, fine grazing ianti, umileil into (lilicrcnt pus- stocked with cate, horses and sheep; lueiiijr ui limner; river ironia nnu per manent water. 100,000 Acres, solid body.tlt.d Krn Ing land, all fenced and Improved; cat tlo and horses, permanent water and nbundance of good timber. 60,000 Acres, solid body, lino grazl ng mini, wen iiinuereii anu pennaneni river and creek water; place finely Improved, fenced and divided Into pastures and corrals. 20,000 acres, solid body, fine grazing and some farming land, fenced and per manent water. 3 1 ,00O acres, solid body, tine grazing land, fenced, permanent water, on river, good Improvements, and stocked with cnttlo and horses. 9,000 acres, solid body, lino grazing land, cattle and horses, well watered, timber and fenced. 80,000 aerea In Month west Texas, solid body, fine grazing land, all fenced, with 10,000 head or cattle; can be bought very cheap and on easy terms. 108 Sectlonl (alternates) GIO acres each, In Tom Urecn county, 80 inllea from T. I. railway; fine grass for cattle and horses; plenty of protection and timber; water accessible by digging 2.1 to JO feet. Price $1.25 per acre, one-quarter cash, balance three to five vcars. with Interest. Is one of the best ranches In Texas. Oreat deal of the land Is very rloh mul lato aoll and well adopted to cultivation of grain. land In Wcsldlo county: stocked sheen, and permanent water. Will sell one-half or tnko In partner. 113,000 acres, one-half solid body In West Texas, fine grazing and farming luuu, wiui permanent running water, creeka and lakes, l'lace finely Improved 40 miles from railroad, cattle, sheep am! norscs. 50,0(10 acres, sheep ranch, solid body; nnu grim nnu wilier, nuoill nu miles irom can Anionio, on mo rauroau. 20,000 acres fine grazing and farming land, all fenced, on San Antonio river; plenty of timber; about 10 miles fronting on the river. Ollered at ft very reduced price. SO.000 acres, solid body, all fenced, one' half rloh vallev land, suitable for farm. Ing purposes, fronting 17 miles on the nan vtnionio river, well unproved ami aiucacu wiiu came anu norses. 1,200 acres, solid body, fine grazing and farming land, fronting on the river, li miles from r'loresvllle. all fenced. some Improvements and part under cul- uvuuon. atico t.uu per acre, very icrum. 6,000 acre sheep ranch, fine grazing, with 2,000 head of sheep, rattle and horses; good Improvements and perma nent spring water, US miles from San Antonio. 200 acres four miles from Han Antonio, irumiug on river; ncu son; 312 per aero. 13 acres 2 miles from Main plaza, on l'leasanton road, fronting on the Han Antonio river, small house, and fenced on one side, l'rlce flCOO, terms easy. :i3Gfi acres fine grassed lands, well adapted for hay farm and cultivation, well timbered with mesqulte and live oak, permanent water and wellof lasting good water; some Improvements and partly fenced; small portion of It In cul tivation; about one and one-hall hour's ride from the city. This Is one of the cheapest ranches In Southwest Texas, ollered on easy and long-tlmo terms. "SO acres of rich, rolling prairie land, fenced on tlirceeldes, line farmlnglands, suitable for hay farm and farming pur poses, well timbered with live oak and mesqulte; enough timber on the place te pay the price asked for It. Can be bought for one-third cash, balance In one, two and three years, with Interest; good water accessible by digging from 12 to 23 feet; wlthlnln three-quarters of an hour's ride from the city, located In n healthy and fine neighborhood. 10 acres of Irrigable land, with fair Im provements and In a line state of culti vation; 3 acres of It river bottom, cov ered with large pecan trees; a well of good water; 4 acres of It well set In Johnson grass, within one hour's ride of Han Antonio. Price $1000. 5 acres Irrigable land within 1 miles of Main plaza; woll adapted for garden ing and dairy farui; new house of four rooms and woll of good water, l'rlce $2100. 8 aores of rich, Irrigable land 5 of a mue irom Main plaza, with -ooil Im- i from Main 'plaza, with -ood Im dies, pear J " u u ami in ul- iiruvcuieiiia; g! 4 rooniB, and dry bery am peaches berry: OUlte t Im, nennn trees; locatctlcss variety, and'liionable bIrgaln0andn',ex,lml10rRt a 8n"P 22fiOaoresL I I nd farming lands in IV Pn 8 H;". whH rlver Iron U with ne- can, ash, I ranch bull . ., built of I''""1- M 000; clstl ""dl'lq barrels w qulte. The , Icomodlous, nleoll,,08t of fitr I.ACI.1)actj. i4UQ a In cultlva- tlon. Tin tlon. ihe jam, adapted tograln.nUt WU.U ducts, grapea andfrulti a rthtul?nnt,v asked for y, as It Is the llnest lnjuains worth loo nt l?n be bought for $30,04 Gliitrliains, s accessable by rail; 36 mj' My. 0600 R?rl tillR Vp1(1u county; permanyW'""Oj I Ulfles from rafl road,on jlnntl and well grassed;le Linens, Lnwcls.jtood Improve ments, wltn A lot or Druivoorses and An gora goats; 40f'WX''emfer cultivation; cattle Improved blooded; offered at a bargain. 30,000 aores, fin stock ranch, well Im proved (not fenced) In Uvalde county; permanent water, near railroad. Of fered at a low figure and on easy terms. Is When People Want to Sell. 17.0(10 acres. Imtirnveil ranch, fin grass and plenty of timber; river front, permanent water, mm head of cattle; $1 HI per acre for land; cattle at nTarket puce. CItr 1'IIOlKItTT. A 12-room bard-rock house, with all iiivucrii conveniences, enunoiaiors anil burirlar alarms on the doors, stable and carriage room, located on ono of the iasuionauie avenues, uttered cheap and Four two-story houses, well built and Avenue (J. Prices ranging from $100 New B-room cottago on Avenue II, n im diuio iiumg goon business, itico asju. G-room cottage on Avenue It for $2S00. V lln f l . o 1I--I-. splendid lot on Avenue 1). (Merei! verv cheap, l'rlce $1000. ft-rootn rock house on large .ot. fruit trees and vineyard, Irrigable, 2 blocks 5-rOOm COttairn II hlnelf fnm Mnn to. dro avenue, near the High school, lot 7fix200 feet. Prlco $11X10. 2 new cottnL'ea nf i rmmi i,nl, l.nir umii k innu iorm r lores street, near llie 11 lull school: will rent for Sir, In X-Jii encii. i rice oi property 2roo. 8 acres of land, having a bcaulirul lew of the cltv. located nn llm lit II near and south ol thel'oHderhousc. OHcrcil at a great bargain. 8 col I aires In the Knnrtli want, u-llhln 2 and Hillocks of the street car track. rriccs ranglngrrom $1000 to $1M0 each. Homo of these cottinrca have. lt nml are Irrigable. B lota near the Lone Star brewery. Prlco JlfiOO. fi lots W)x220 feet on Hackberry street, near Nolan, for $2000. S lots on Crockett street, $200 each. 23 lots mi nml n-nr Mrun ilr.,.,1 In !, Fourth ward. Price from $1C0 to $300. 2 lots, enclosed, adjoining Captain JIc .Master's property, fronting on C' press street and -Maverick avenue. Prlco $1000. 2 largo lots on Tobln's hill, near the park, for $7M. Desirable largo lot on Oakland street, renoed on both sides, Tor $000. '4-rooin cottage on 2 large lots on West Houston street; shade and fruit trees, shrubbery anil well grassed, half block from street car lino, for $1000. B-room cottage with largo lot, with stablcn and water, on Zavala street, for 11250. ' New cottage, B rooms, and rock house desirable property for $1000. ' Neat cottage with I rooms and store house on San Fernando street, l'rlce $1000. rooms and large efstern, 1 block east of Han I'pilrn nvnnn. nv..rlA'1,,. II... shrubbery and shado trees; lot we'li grassed. Price J.2SO0. 1J acre enolosed near street car track and near Flores street for $1150. llrlck house and stables on c rncr of Zavala and Pecos streets; want an offer or will exchange for ranch property. 1 acres on South Laredo street, near Arsenal street, running back to San Pedro creek. Cash oiler wanted. TKN-ItOOM, TWO-STOUT Frame house, closets In everv room, nml all the modern Improvements; located on Avenue C. To bo bought for $0000. A bargain. Four HI lot anil two nntlinimna nt three rooms each, on Crockett street for $1100. Terms easy. Six tine bill hi In u lots on Alazan urrek. near Krlsch property. BTKCULniliaAIXS A1TLY ATO.NCK. hall, stable, carriage house, well water and Irrigable land, for 6ale, $1,160 VOUncr fruit trees, alimlilierv nml thtwln on place. MKXICAN niOlKKTIIM. 130.000 acres of land in Mexico, with splendid rock improvements, fronting on the lllo Grande, rolling prairie land, well grassed, well watered with rivers and oreeks, plenty of timber, 20,000 head or graded sheep, 3000 head or mixed An gora goats, 100 head or horses. Price, $00,000; on easy terms. 3C0.0OO acres or land in llepubllo of oxlco. thorouehlv crasscd and well timbered, fronting 25 miles on the Itlo Grande, well watered bv rivers and creeks, tine ranch Improvements. 2i;,C00 head of sheep, oattle, goats and horses. i rico inclusive, zuu,uuo; on easy terms. 20 leagues of land In ltenubllo of Mex ico; thoroughly grassed: about 100 mllea from tho Itlo Grande. Price, $20,000. 300.000 acres In ol lnnd In Itenuhlln at Mexico, within 30 miles of the Itlo Uramle, well grassed and watered. Price, $00,000; on easy terms. ranches In the Jtenuhrin nf Mullen ami cast of Monterey, near the railroad; not luxauio ior live years, rnce, $3SO,U0O; terms easy. MILLIONS, MILLIONS DOLLARS. 1 be great silver leads In theStatoof Tamaullnas, llepubllo or Mexico, await the development which enterprise alone can bring. A party or long experience In mlnea has denounced these leads, and has been put In possession or them by the Supreme Government. Now ho only wants a few thousand dollars to buy and erect sufllclent machinery to work the mines. Will give one-third interest. Coill Coil 1 1 Coil III The Eagle Pass Coal oomnanv la now ready to supply all In need with a llrst olass, clean, bard and bltumlous coal In any quantity to suit. They guarantee prompt delivery and corieot weight. Alain oflloo at Sunset depot. Telephone 110. Orders are also received at otllce of nice is jtyan, telephone 314. -i r, xi, UAior, juanager. The May Century. For speolal reasons, In the May Cen tury, more space than usual U devoted to the War Series, and sixteen pages are added to the regular number, 1C0, In oruer mat other subjects of publlo Im portance should not be slighted. Of superior Interest Is General Adam Ila- dean s anecdotal paper on General Grant" as a soldier. General Iladeau's article covers the whole period or Gene ral Grant's military experience, rrum his brilliant services In the Mexican wai tothe surrenderor l.en nt Appomattox concluding with an Interesting analtsls or General Grant's soldierly character istics. The frontlitileco of llm mn,,l,r I. striking nortralt or General Mrl'li.llnn. engraved from a photograph taken es pecially Tor this purpose. General Jlc Clellan contributes a graphic account or "The Peninsular Campaign," and makes special reierence to his otllclsl and per aonat relations with Secretary Hlantoi ami President Lincoln. Of peculiar Interest Is General Jotepti K. Johnston's "Mnnassas to Sever Pines," which Is a reply to .telt'ersnn Davis' criticisms (In 11 1 tin Itlienml l-'.ll of the Southern Confederacy") on tils military operations In Virginia. Gen eral .miiiiMon ucscriucs in ilrtall the battles or Hull Hun and the llrst day at Heven Pines, and bis recollect Inns aro supplemented, hs It were, by General .lohn I). Iniboden'senlerialnlngdescrlii llon or "Incidents or the llattleor .Ma nassas," and General Oustaviia W, niniiira account oi "ilia heennd Day at Heven Pines." General Imbnilen relates rresh anecdotes or General Hlonewall Jackson and other prominent actors In the battle, and. In conclusion, ho throws new light nn I lie t'onfederaln failure to pursue the Federal army to Washington. General Gustavus W. Smith lotiimaiided at Heven Pines from the time of General Johnston's Injury, on theevealng or the llrst day, until General Lee cmciiiihI command, after the fighting had ceased on these rood dav. The fonrlli rlinnn-r or "Itecollsctlons or n Private" describes the movement which sated the I'nlon army rrom total defeat at Seven Pines ine lorceil march or Sunnier s corps to the aid or the iiiiiiiiitnl,rii Federal troops at Fair Oaks station. The war papers are Illustrated with cnrcful maps, pictures or Incidents and or places, and numerous .portraits. In cluding a full-page double portrait of Generals Lee and Johnston, from a pho tograph taken after the war. In "Open Letters" an account Is given by John Leyburn, of'an Interview with General Itobert K. I.ee." In ul.1,-1, i),. latter discussed war questions, and ex pressed satisfaction oer the abolition of slavery. Lieutenant-Commander C. F. Goodrich, In the same department of the magazine, discusses the question of "Our National Defenses." The rescue of "GreelyatCape Sabine" Is the subject ofn noteworthy paper by Lnslirn Charles II. Ilnrlnw. !,r il, r... cue ship Thetis. He describes thn ex citing events or tho resouii, and Inci dents In the life of the party at Cape Ha- uiuo, us nuiiieii io iii m ai i ne lime or mo rescue. A nlan or ('iiinn Sahlne. n fnn- slmile or one page or "Tho Artlo.Moon," the newspaper printed tor amusement at Fort Conger, and maps accompany Other Illustrated features of llm Mm number are the llrst of n series r two humorously Illustrated papers on " I he New Orleans F.xposltloii," by F.ugeno V. Smaller; the llrst of a scries of pa pers on "Typical Dogs," by writers luiv- i"K eprcini knuwietige, ine article III me Mav number Including short nenrninu r the Maitlll', the Ht. Ilernard, the Hull Dot!, the Hull Terrier, the (Irnihnunil mid llie Chesapeake Duck Dog, together with engravings ofa flue animal o? each kind. Georire de Forest llrush's account nr "An Artist Among the Indians" 1b bcau tirully Illustrated with full pngo engrav ings oftwonolablo paintings by the au thor. Kdmund Clarence Htetlman's paper on the poet "Whltticr" Is the Important literary feature or the number; and the Iter. T. T. Mnngcr, In ft careful essay, dlicussea tho relations or science and rnllh In a paper entitled "Immortality and Modern Thought;" the samo subject is treated In "Tonics or the Time." Or llctlon, the May number contains a brier story by Mrs. Helen Jackson (II. II. 1. entitled "The Prince's I.lttlMw.t. heart;" the seventh part or Mr. Howell's novel, "The ltlse or Silas Lapham," and ne lonrtii pari oi nenry James' serial, The llostonlans." The poems of thn number are hv Kil. mund (Josae, C. P. ('ranch, Mrs. Char lotte Flske Hates, John Value Cheney, and In "llrlc-a-Hrau," by J. A, Macon, Mrs. Alice W. Kollhis. Munlev IVimi nnd others. Drnw.Poker nt the Hub. The Intellectual game or draw-poker has taken a firm hold on the dwellers In cultured Ilnston, and the teachings of the Concord school of philosophy are for n time forgotten. Our special cor respondent writes us that he recently overheard several fair daughters of the Aniens or America Indulging in this pleasant nastlme. when tin, fnllnwliif dialogue ensued: An astasia is it my auntr o, yesl well, there's a solitary check." Clvtetunestra "I will bestrldn vnnr destitute of.slght, dear." Proserpine "Well, draw your cards, girls: I will remain Patrick." Mlillcent "Woll, I will wager a half score of checks." Anastasla "I behold you and clevato you live.,' Proserpine "I rear that you are reigning to possess more than you really have, but nevertheless, dears, 1 call you." Anastasla "I have a homogeneous trio or aces." Mlillcent "And I a Itobcrt-append-age Hush." Proserillno "Wllllo I hold n nunrtet or knaves," Mlillcent "Well, dear, then you tnko tho ceramics." Chicago Humbler. Okuhioma, Cook Co,, Tkt.. 1 March 11, 18SI. t Messrs. Morlcy Hros., Austin, Texaf. Ointi.kmkn Your WONDHItFUL F.1GHT "sells like hot cakes,"aiid gives universal satlsraotlon, It KILLS Screw Worms quloker than lightning and never falls to euro Headache. It has cured one case of Rheumatism In this neighborhood that several doctors had failed to euro. There Is nothing like it lurman or Deasi. eelul ub six dozen more as quick as possible. lours truly, J. A. A A. S. WiiKKi vii. For Bale by F. Kalteyer & Son. Artistic. One or the finest establishments that Van Antonio, If not Taxas, can boast of Is the Art Gallery ofC. 11. Mueller, at 20B Commerce street. Here can be had artist's and draughtmen's materials, ol both domestic and Imported kinds. En cravings, ihromos and paintings are on hand, In an endless variety. Picture itauieo, mournings anu materials ior fresco and slirn nalntlni. In lri vnrletloa China decorations and material for wax flowers In a large assortment. Mr. Mueller reoelvea direct from rectories large shipments or paints, oils and other material In that line, aa well as window glass, and tine domestic and Imported ecoratlve wall paper are specialties In his establishment. 12-13-ly Cleveland Is the oholoe of the Ameri can pcoplo-eo are Opera Pull Cigarettes. BARGAIN COLUMN. Parlies Wishing to Bay, Rent or Sell Should Consult this Column, a n.ik rAiut ran bai.k, Flno tract or land or 1100 acres In Har ris county, 0 miles from Houston, on llullalo Ilayoti, railroad running by tho same; plenty or water, grasa and timber: some Improvements, and part under cul tivation; 100 tons of hay cut from samo last season. Will be sold cheap and nil easy terms at a bargain. Addresa T. II. Johnson, this otllce, or J. W. Ilradlcy, Heal Kstate Agent, San Antonio. HOUSTON I IIOI'KIITV roil HALK. A B-room cottage house and lot on Mc hlnney street; line brink cistern, fruit and shade trees and flowers. A cheap piece or property at $1200. Address T. II. Johnson, this otllce. SIXTVFIVK TIlnt'HANIl ACIU'.I, Solid body of land, well grassed, 10 miles fronting nn the Itlo Grande; 12,(imihrep, 3000 goats, 100 head of horses. Prlco or ranch and live stock and also all equip ments Inclusive, quick sale, $lo,omi. Address J. W. Ilradley orT. II. Johnson. San Antonio, Texas. A KH.KNII1II I1AI1I1AI.V. A well Improved farm, situated two hundred yards from station at Moore Hollow, on the International railroad. In a good, healthy country, containing lloo acres or land all under fence; ISA In cultivation, a good frame huuso or six rooms, dining room and kitchen, all sur rounded by gallery; stable, barns, hath houso ; garden, all In good order; water from a tank anil well ; to be sold for cash. Ifdeslred somo oattle and horses will ho sold on the place at their mar ket value: possession given at short notice. 'I (tie perfect and warranted. For particular address or call on "I, C," care 'I'. II, Johnson, Liiiiit olllce. VAl.tlAIU.K I.AXIM roll HAI.K. 010 ncre on the I.eoim river, about 260 acres Irrigable; mesqulte timber plentiful; situated 8 tulles below Uvalde on the west side. All the Improvements, with sugar mill, $5600. Address "L. C," care this olllce. hOOacreaon thn filn Frln. nnrllv trrt. gated from the Frio river. Situated In Uvalde county, 12 inllea from railroad. About ,'too ncres under irooil fence. Ad dress "L. c.," this olllce. Horns Enterprise. Mr. J. P. Condon, on Nauoirdochea street, between Houston and Crockett, niiiiuuiicea io ine puuno inai no ts pre pared to make to order, tnr hnnit. nil styles of carriages, buggies, and In Tact everything on wheels, at lowest possible prices. All his work Is hand made and In style and price wilt compare more than favorably with Northern machine work. Old vehicles taken In part pay ment for now one. Only llrst class workmen emtiloved and satisfaction guaranteed. Une carriage painting and iriiiimiiig a specialty. j-umi Verj Rtmirkiblo Recovery, Mr. Georire V. Wllllnir. nf Mniiel,ei,.r Mich., writes: "Mv wlfn has been al most helpless for live years, so helpless that she could not turnover In bed alone. Sho used two bottles or Klectrln flitters. and la so mil li Improved that she Is able now to do li o own work." Kleetrlc Hit ters will do all that Is claimed Tor them. Hundreds or testimonials attest I heir great curative, powers. Only to cents a bottle at Itlco Hros. A Co.'s. MOltl.KY'H T.X.S TOMII! rdlt. DIAL Is a Tonic In every sense oMhe word. It Is made from itellned Iron, the (Pyrophosphates,) Active Vegetable Agents, Aromatic, etc. All physicians know that Iron has no equal In purify ing, enriching and giving color to the Blood, thereby giving Strength, Muscle and Power to the body. Iron Is n Mood Maker, It gives Vigor, Vitality, Energy, Power and Life Itself. For sale by F. For sua. A very desirable properly, as a sum- rncr residence or tialrj ,23 mlr.ulca drive from Mailt lllaza. collllllii'nl IIO seres of land under fence, a good dwelling nun,; wiui bix rooms ami ganerys, k tchetl and Store, rnotn. a irnnil nlslern nnd water tanks, 80 head or milk cattle, horse and farming Implements. For particulars address "L. 0.," care Light. Kay's Kentucky Kuro or Liniment has an enormous sale nearly all over Texas, with little or no advertising, for every person who has used It waa sure to recommend It to his neighbors, and Is consequently n walking advertisement of Its merits. For sale by F. Kalteyer Special Election Wiiciikah, by ii resolution of tlio City Conn. II, ii.loptiil nt I lie meelliiK held ontliuatli day uf April, IWi, It uai, provided lliut an lection lm onlerii.1 to take tliosenso of tho roierty tux-pnjini-wliitlicr or not I ho Clly linulil Issue Fifty Thousand Ili,lnr (t.'.l.iMI), twenty years seven per cent. Inds, for tlio erection of Pchool llullillnirs. therefore, I, llrran Cnlliiithuti. Mai or of tho City of gnu Antonio, by virtue of tho lmcr conferred on inn by the Charter iiiul Orillnnnccs of the City, ami In occonlaiico It li Bectlon 4.1 of tho Amended City Cliurter, ntoitul on the llli iluy of Mareb, ISHS, do hero- iy onlcr and direct that an election tie held on Saturday, May 23, 1885, or tho nltovo purpose, Tlio tfills will Iki open f rolil II o'clock a. in, to 6 o'clock p. in. In Want No. 1-Al llecan-ilcr's olllce, William H. Builth, I'rcsldliiir Onicer. In Want No. -At KrlKCh's hall, A. I'. lilim. resldlntr OHIiTr, In Witrd No.3AttlieAhinio,PiimMnieritk, lesldluir tllllcer. In Ward No. -At No. SU7 Ahiinii street, near Vllllla street, A. Ilietss, Hr I'rcsldliiir Ollkvr. 'lui puycin will cnt llndr vole "Foil" or AaAlNSf TIIK I'lllllMMITIIlN," Tho elecllon will lw held mid returns inmlii In Heconlnmo llh "An Dnllimncu flovcrnliiir .lections. testimony wticreof I hereunto slirn tnv -1 nauii, and hiivn cause Mllllt'llV UIMI, A,,l.,l, I the seal of -) this Irtiluy or luy, A. II. Is".',. milled BRYAN CALLAGHAN, Major. Attest! B. V, C1.AUI10.V, City Clerk. Notice to Tax-Payers. OKPICH (IK CITY AFSKSSOlt, ! French itti llcllntr. Itooin I, ' Han Antiiniii, Toms, April SI, Iiwtk! Parties eru heiel.y notified that tlio fit Amendment Hooks forthe rendltlonortill' property, twrsonal and real estate, for the Osij' ! year, commoiicInK March I, ISHTi, are now okiV and wilt rciuuln open to lnoludu Juno Uu, 180, All IK'mons concerned In tho above ai sjiectrully ruiut'Htcnl to i.une forw ard and ren der their property subject tutaiatlou to llm undersigned, as required by law. G. FRASCU, Clly Assessor. A HOME! OR A FARM FOR ALL. Special Attention Invited to tho Foilowlnrr List or Bargains In Lands, Hunches, City Residences, Fnrms, Buildlnrr Lots ! We represent solely every pleco of property advertised by us, and wo claim, without rear or contradiction, that wo have tho largest and most dlversllled list or property In the Hotilltwest; that our facilities ror showing property are better, and we glvo more advertising advantages Io our clients than any other llrm In this clly. We are prepared, at all times, to accompany buyers to any portion of the Htato whero we offer lands, and advise all wishing Information local! or write for our Clroular List ol llnrgalnsjiist nut by HILTON 8c YOUNG an WtJlT inil'NTIIN HTItKCT. 10,011(1 acres of land on head waters ol (liiiidalupe river, one or the finest cattle ranchea In the Mate; ahiinilanceof pure riinnlinr water, line rangeand good win ter protection. A bargain If applied ror soon. -10,0111) acres outside range, 6,000 acres ndjnl nlng above, same char acter oriaud, abundant water; will sell at low llgures, either separately or with tho aboe. 11,0110 acre ranch In Mellaril county, 2J miles front on both sides or the Man Haba river; tine range, abundant .water and good winter protection; also with the land 3,MM line graded sheep. The best bargain In tliebtato can lie bad In this property; It must bo sold. 700 acre farm on tho Guadalupe river, III miles below rieguln, about 100 acrea In cultivation, with good Improvement generally, can bo bought for the very low price of f 10 per ncre; terms If de sired. 310 ncro farm 10 miles southeast of the city, on the Calaveras creek, all under good fence; 70 acres In cultivation, good well, house ofn rooms, stock pens, eta.: lino grass land and very productive: will bo sold very low and on very liberal terms. 320 acrea flno farming land on the .Mo il Inn river, In good shapo, abundant water and good grass; Just llm placo lor a Binnll stock farm 320 acre farm on Medina rher, adjoin ing the above; 'M acrea In cultivation; small house; will sell ono or both the above tracts for $7.G0 per ace. 320 acres good funning itid grazing land IS miles sniithtveht of the clly, Willi permanent water, plenty of timber, soli mostly n sandy loam; will sell ror the low prlco or f.i.W per acre. 320 airca or good postonk limbered land in tulles east or tho city, near Saint llcdwlg, very productive and lit good farming section: will oiler this tract for a short tlmo at 1 2M per acre. 205 acre farm in miles southeast ol city, on Calaveras creek; lift acres In a high stato or cultivation, balance all un der fence; abundant water, good stone house, ft rooms, line orchard, peaches, plums, grapes, etc.; Is a perfect farm In every respect; can be bad ut a bargain. 100 acre farm 11 miles east of city, 35 acres In cultivation, good house of '2 rooms, tank, tine black Bandy loam, easi ly cultivated and very produotlvo. Trice t'JOO, 100 acres open land adjoining the above same character or soil: will sell with abovo or separately, l'rlce tCW per ttcra 200 acre farm If miles east or city, C5 acres In cultivation, good houso, 4 rooms and gallery, lathe and plastered; 250 line fruit trees, 2 good wells of soft water, permanent stock water, 135 ucrca In pasture, line grass, stock pens, cribs and tenements, all complete; this Is an ex cellent farm, l'rlce $2700. 1100 acre bay farm 10 miles northwest ol the city, ull under good fence; can mow 1000 acres; good Improvements, line living springs, and an abundance of living stock water. A delightful home for Invalids, being much higher than the city. This Is one of the llnest ranches In the citato. Call for terms. 1C0 acre farm about 12 south of the city, 75 acres In cultivation, balance un der fence; good well, wind mill, flno sandy loum, easily cultivated and very productive, good house, wagon and har ness, l'rlce 2UO0. Terms If desired. city iitorximr, ihwidknckh, iatts. Mix beautiful building lots on Tobln hill, In front or Frank Anderson's resi dence, very cheap, at tC50 each. One large line lot on South Laredo itreet, containing 1 acres or ground, tunning back to Han I'cdro, equivalent to 0 lots; owner wants money, l'rlce $1200. A nice little cottage In block 51, Lopez street, 3 rooms and gallery, good cistern brick and cement, 125 barrels, lot 20x00 varaB, all fenced, for $C50. Two splendid now residences on Dal las and Augusta streets, about 10 rooms each, with closets, batb rooms, hot and cold water connections, gas In all rooms and balls, with every other conceivable convenience. Positively the llnest fin ished In the ally, all new and In perfect order. Une la two-story; the other Is one-story both bargains. Terms given at our olllce. An elegant stone residence on Erie lvenue, with one-half block or ground or U lots, with all modern conveniences, stable, carriage boose, bath rooms, clos ets, sewerage, etc. This 1b a princely borne, and owner will tako part payment In country property well situated and will give a good bargalti all the way. Call for particulars. Two nice cottages on South Kingsbury street; will Bell very low; but little cash, required; balance In Installments; One tlno building lot 30x00 varan on Tobln hill, corner Main avenue and street, fenced and graded; the llnest building site In the olty; Improve ment cost 1200. Very cheap for $1250. Two hundred acres 7 miles east from city, house of 2 rooms, 85 acres fenced In 3 Ileitis, 00 peach trees, almonds, grapes, pears, etc., 30 bead of cattle, 11 cows and balance young stock, cistern and tank, all ror $2750. Klgltty acres 10J miles north from oltv: 15 acres In cultivation; oan cultivate M or CO; bouse or 3 rooms, large olstern and ty oi water, uniy iouo. ur nunureu acres auout i.'miics east oity, all fenced, largo tank and I, frame bouse and shed, newly Im- veu. rerun rcasonaute. air Interest In a country store, cotton etc.. Inn verv flourishing lncatlnn far from this city. jnpKuuBo anu iour low in uiock laa ior vn low or will trade for ponies. Good uvffe and large olstern. If you do not find anything to suit you in tne ooove, can ror our Descriptive Circular. We aro always at home, and tbo latchstrlng hangs on the outside.; HILTON YOUNO. Mo A, Hir'DLjLiAraB ICaiiWs amf rrfafl Tea Dealer, Coffee Roaster desk 3f 11 NO, 14 COMMERCE STREET. ImfutMuM of fVeiiM oW EngU'uh lahlt ilrlicaein n tpmlli, Vofftt xireaVi .nf yrouiid rrery Jay. Hat of alt yretla ami rrtfs. GRAND OPENING I Universal Fashion Co.'s PWtCT riTflNG PATTERNS, MISS P. Bell & Bro's Nn. 2X1, Commerce Htrect, Site and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, F.TC, Watches and lewelrv renalred. Clinn.es reasonable. We take pleasure In show ing our goods, and purchaser are Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-l-ly HENRY LAAGER, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Real Estate and Loan OeiHTa. Airent f.r ,a & WJiAu lots nnd Corf-RiMirdcnro aollclluti, Onieo iSff West Commerce street. ' R.BECKER rcl Into tho fpncloui etorr. Furniture, I'nrlor iiml UlrMm FHn nnd n lutve, corn iU-U) ftti.l f elect I took nf II on no Kurnlshlntf iml Hitull nrvttt li my ttiuttu, ' 'J-Tr-tm PINKEYE. A Romarkablo Ouro of tv Horso. Alter iilno liu.iitlis nf iliN'lorlnir with ull tho it la In l,n fount! In Imnii, tMMiks. I li- iilr,-l of n euro. Ills rlulit lilml leir was as wo as n iiinirs iMxiy, an, nml on llotcrlorty tinllnr Hires. Ho mis a uimt iiltlful.lnokliiir object. At lint 1 thought or Hwirfs ttneeltlo, anJuoniiiieiiciHltiiusoIt. I ut 15 Uittles. In Ainruit hint ull yinptmns of tliu illteuiiill npiwarct. 1 here fiuvo twen no slirus or a re turn, and tho hnrso liab iloue a mule's work on iiyrurin ct er since. jAura L, Kl.EMlNO, Atiirustu, Ha. January U, Ihha. Bwirt'n f,eclfle Is entirely veiictiililo. Treut n on IIIik1 Hil l Skill Ulleil.es iniillnl free. Ou.,or laiw. ZM st, N. V. 1 All the Fools Are Not Dead Yet, OtlicrwlBo then? would not lioeo runny oor, weak, BUirt ring women tot tcrliitf Into untimely irrarcs tliroiiKliout tbo cutiru lnnd, when II ItiM'ftUnl n a lK)tllo of Crvolo remaloTonlo would rt-storo them to thutr tflrlliood'g heultlt w nd liat)Inef. H ncer full to cure nervous nt'ss h cuLuerc und pal tit ul and Irretfulur men BtruHtlon. AH druffylsU. Wholeeulo agent, A. UrtlSB. wsassm 3 L" li g n&JfU? DR' breeding, Tssly i,i:ntiht ML Itnvlnir renin R. W. ROGERS, PEALIR m CraiD.HaFlour.CounlryProdflce I'resh Ilutter, f.ttt and Potstoea always on hand. I'rcthgrcd a specialty. O, w. Ward's old place. Wo. ai North riores street. .VMm TIIKIIt.UM RESTAURANT nn MAiimrr RTitKtrr, nt.lr'1'" '7 ''T- cek or month, lint enHw nn, I lut h. ftntlifactlnn (liarantceil Mil, amki.ia llt.lM, rmprlttrrss. A, ii, snirnu to. aiuDiK.jii. A. H. Shafcr & Cc. at West Commerce nt. T.lf phon. ;g Practical Plumbers. REPAIRIKG PROMPTLY ATTEHDED TO. 'ra? iSraSi ,n Tiffin Auction $ Commission .Merchants, Heal Kstate Agents, anil tlencral Collectors. Hare ampin i "re room, and will Horn eon- Teip;,'N; ivirji"; SPECIAL -:- DRAWING OK TIIK llor.Ur- WII.I, IIKOIN 0.- MONDAY, MAY 4th, J!!1 V'V1!.1" "1 V" "eVets. ns,mn prises, or t! rS ii!. .'.'Iii'' "V ? "'I'llii prlre will amount F. MARKS. APRI2E;M I.'..?11 T."l"'n" W" workers; ataiolut Mnlne"' ' '''. TiitiK & Co , Auiuix, PATENTS" fuvenls, lllisuea nml Tra,le-Mars SMUrcl, an, nil i.tln r paleiitniii.n die l'atel.tnnie a"ti iiu'eli"'ii ''n""l'"' ' omrully t'lmii receipt nr 11,0.11 ,,r ikntch of Inren linn. I liiiikumn riilenuiiiliiatliiii, ami ailrlao as Hi pntenliil.lllty rre. ol Hire. FKI1M SIIIII1.IIA T . IMIAIUII: ll.M.J.Sl 1'ATt.Nr IH RKUUItKII. onapHl.-iuInn?' """ "'er"' n""vttcf J. It. I.ITTKI.I, .l,lneU)ii, 11. V, Near V. 8. 1'utclitOItlce. int. a. hi:fpi:u M. IIKIIWIXIv. E. A. SEFFEL & CO., SHIN AND Kltl-JtCO PAINTERS, Landscapes, Decorative and Art Work. FINK HIUN8 A NI'KCIALTT. BHOI'ANI) omCHl N. Aluino tit., Opp. Jo.tko lIron., I l lyr HAN ANTONIO, TKVAS. Up in a Balloon The most eelelirntml ueronaut went ami for Wuml,, Uueorrhu;, NipprcJ.lon. NervimS l'ntrut on. or any of tho iwuliar diseases of r.Jl .1' ' K '"finis nwver their fnruier A, IHIU, V, holtsnle A genu. DENTISTRY, O. A. Joiinstox. Jt. M. Capjioix. Drs. Johnston & Carroll, Thank llielr pat a am tho publlo irencrully them. They .'ni . ..n . """"'11117; mat, owuurtotho n that, owlnirtothe thofullowlnirratesi ' wlr, Kull 8t of 14 Teulh (ist material), lllo OO 1 OO 1 OO 1 OO OO loM Filling, (meillum) AiualKam or Bllmr Cleanloj; Teeth train VI to Kitractlnc Teeth ... .froinSOoUi All other work In proportion, putlafaetloli a-in-ly HEALTH IS WEALTH. Or. E. a Wen's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a. iruar.ntcu.1 ijHclitii tor Ilytterla, Iluulncai, Comulalons. flu, Norrous NeuralgUL Head uel,e. Nervous rrostrHllon caused byihe use ot alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Uentnl IKprefclon, Boftcnlnr of the Brain. nulun It Insanity and leadrua- to id I or r, deuiy and driith, rremaluro Old Ave, Itarronnfi&s. Li AS hf 1'ower In either sex, 1 n voluntary Losses and fpirinat. nhnja caused by over-eiertlon of Ihu brain, wlr-abuheor orer-lnulireuce. EacIi box contains ono month's treatment. SI 00 a toi. orsli boies for MOO, jnt by mall pre .ld on nivlpt of prlco. WIS OUAItANTr.K BIX 1IOXES to oute i.y cane. With each order received by ui r,ir ,lj tnnes, accompanied with lam w will nd the purcliasor our written ur. antco to r-furd tho money If the troatmmt ;loo ui,t tllovt a cure UuaranteeslMiiedot. T !! JOHN C. 1VKST CO., m W Msdlson H L'nlrseo, 1IL I f'rwoiklna people. Bend 10euls 1 1 a royal, valuable. L iriwdri thAt will nul 1,1 raaiijeurreu 1 tamDla bov ,,r roods that will put you to the wsv of ti.ahltnr more money In a few days 1 ban you 11 r iiii.uirni iHiMiuie at any uuilurli. Uipl UI r.i.t rtqulrcd. Vou can live at home and J" .r1"1'0 llat or ''the time. Ah Lf both sexee, ot all ageo, arandly sucew lul. to mill to 5 easily earni d every evenlnr. 1 m,t all who wentwork may test tho builness. Mi make this unparalled otter t Toallwboara ma well sailsaed wo will send it to pay tor the tiouble or rltlnir us. Full parilculars, dlreo-. II1.US, do., seut tree. Immense psrabslutclr ture tut all who start stonce. Don't delay, Address Bnvsott s Co, PorUand Milne. patrons and it ml piitnuiiiiro