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A. w nirroim. GIFFORD, JOHNSON & WINTER imioI'hiktohs. I'utillahc.l d.Hlj, teuil Bun-la), atsiu Hast IVimiuereo sireef. "fi-lliere.l Iij carriers tlimuirhout Die city a 10 conn a week ni) aMe In imr nirenL rUnirle eile for salt liv news hujsntllecnts. Kulcrlntlun, per i'.ir ISwi, In aitrance. A1IVKKTI1IHU HATIJfl I I Jill ,1 I Ml i' IHIIIflHlalflMMIfUUI I liirirer aNiee ntnl lima I Hu ll PlKi'lnl rates irli en time ai'rertlsruienta Ul H.lverllseiuelili. 11 i'M'.'r Inch Ural In sertion, ''i ei lit per IikIhiu Ii sulinnueiil In sertion. Trustees' anlts 1 1 lJ wr Imli "rat in sert inn. aft eenls iiu h timerlltm alterwarila rii'ii'linir mutter, clitnrlal piii-c, Sfi ccnta per Hue i-iirh iiiaeriinii laMiil columns ai eenls Qrnt Inaerttiin : lui-enta III! wii k, fi cents lillrr llrslneek. ri-ll rates on Su ntnl l"i llms rumiliiK for month llnnie a-liertlsi'inelil finj HtiJo on llrat or each month. Trmisleiil a.hcrtlln(rpiiJiiMe In artianer. (Inl metal euts prlliteil. AlliimtrRita nnirt Leai'i'tine.! Ir the Hual ness Manager. fulaerlliera not hii-Mii their pnKT will rtlense niikkr- i-oinlfiliit In Hie nillee. tule i-rltH n are nriie.l not to pay Ihrlr sul.aerli tlon eieei't iinii preaentntloii of a pteperly riielpt'''! Mil from I III" mllee. 1 UOMAH II. JOIINHIIK, llualneaa Manaaer. l .ntelilii,Tetna, KAII.IttlAII TIJII! TAII1.K. i Iron Mountain . Fr. in Ij rroiiiM I' .III f. p I..KI i. I till II. , II. t N A. KAII.ItOAII. TWO TIIAINrtTO M'.W OlIIXANS IIAILV Through :iireia liiat, llsllr. I.a"ii for Nrw (lrle.tn. Mnuaton anitlU'Nii Leave l..r New Urleiina, Houston HI..I Hallea ton !' aril tlul I 11 p. in mul 1 1 ill Leave for ".in Kraai'lieo, Kl I'awi, nrnl K.uf'0 Arnvelr'oii ln Kiamlseo, Kl Pmi'i iinj rlmrl- Tuesday May 26. 1885. Arnvi from New mien srix'iAi, Minn:. No inetnU'rof the llrm, or iinj uniloio or tin' LtniiT ulliee, linmiutliorl!) to lonlrmt any liabilities In the mime of Hie llrm. Ami no lulls Hill Ik rientrlllxeil or pirnl imlisa 'lie same lie llrit iiiiiiimiI liy the mull nuitlieil. 1IHW. II JiHISmi.V. Ilualui-as Mumiirei iimlTri iiinirer. Ollllllllt. Jllll.Miul .V Wimmi. N'imiil Texas Is lielne; muuli unilir wnter, umi tlio florins of the lant two ilaya lins rcsulteil ill llomllni; nil lliu Hrrnum, nml lunkinK iiiucli trnulile kcii- rrnlly. Tiik raln which hnve lorn o fr rtiont of Into have brought on n plen illilrrtpof w rciln finil rnnV vcj;ulallon, which la, In n inniiiicr. otijertlunablr to a pooil canltary condition oT the city. rnoriisMiu 1!ii.i coiiiforln an anxlout public liy the ttatcmciit that the alalia Hon of 17-year lociuU, which he him predicted, will not prove r ry ilaniai; ln? except to liruh and hranchea of trees. Tut Utigle eatlinaten that the trade of Handera and Kerr enmities In San An tonio amount to fi'iOU.WX) annually, and mys this nil! he lost to IhU city ir the Sunset hiillda a prospective line from Hondo C ity to the Norlhw eH. Tin: rains come with great regularity, and with tho other weather eecentrlcl t lea, frrve to make this season a very re markaklo one. Hut the reportsiontlnue t;ooil for a most gencro is ernp of all pro ducts this fall. TiiKllrackeft N'nws, with n generosity that Is seldom shown, congratulates the Han Antonio papers on the fact that ground has been broken on the San An tonio A Aransas I'ais JCalltvay, by rea son of their long mid faithful labor on the subject. Mil. li'Mntl. nnd Mr. Cluveland hae formed a sort of protective tarlll mutual admiration society, and Mr. ltandall nominate. Mr. Cleveland for President In lsv. All ol which goes to show that free trade Is not so popular as some Democrats would like to make out. Tiik Handera Huglc says : The first sod or tho Aransas I'ass railway was dug on Monday. There followed numerous great speeches and much drinking or hotne-hrcwed beer. We congratulate the San Antonlans In the Inauguration of this project big with future prosperity to them. " A.Ntvr the claims of certain city papers that they originated tho Idea or building the Arnnpni 1'ass railroad, It would be well I" remember that Hie. Idea ofn road totheOulf from Han An tonio has been talked or Tor more than twenty years, and for a long lime before, the papers In question were in nxlul-enee. UK Irish and the Clerman elements of the Democratic party arc very much dis gruntled, because so far the Administra tion has not been anywnys gmicrous in the way of oilier. Not u single tier- man has been selected Tor a rorelgn mission, for n place In the Washington depiirtininls, or for an olllee of any Im portance anywhere. Ann tniro is no liiestlon that they have good ground' for coinplnlnt I'iik troubles and vexations to the cat tleinen regarding the closing of the trails and the quarantine regulations rcKardliii: Hie driving and shipment or stock, will be done away witn in me. completion or the Aransas road. Ilc- sldesapolnt ror foreign shipment, re Wgerator establishments will bo put tip hero anil tho old time shipments on boor will be superceded by those of the better and cheaper methods or frozen uresseu beer, or In cans. " I'iii.v seem really In earnest over at Han Antonio," observes thcacol.x ainlner, "about the Aransas Pass road. Indeed wo .houlil delight to know the enterprise were already an assured fact. Huch a road will 'make a spoon or spoil a horn' Tor the Alamo City, and we hope most devoutly that It will prove all she can nsk. West Texas ought to sustain such an enterprise grandly, not only with business when completed, but with substantial aid at the Inception San Antonio Ins ample capital to build the road ir only her moneyed men come forward ptomptly." Tiih I.aicilo Times says: "In publish ing a translation oriieiicralHanta Anna's olllol.il report of the battle of Han Jncln' to, the San Antonio I.ii.m hasiontrlb utcd, In no small degree, to the ehielda Hon of several obscure points in t ounee Hon with the operations or that day Thus, Texas historians ascribe to Cas trillion t lie unselfish honor or surrender Ing his own sired In order that his chief could fly the scene of the disaster, where asfieneral Hanta Anna snjs It was the servant of his aid, Colonel J unit llrlngns. who furnished him a horse. Texaus have always regarded (ieneral i 'aslrllllon as the .Mexican hero on that Held, and Hanta Anna ascribes to him all rc!ponsl billly for the disaster " kind or stock could readily be had, tie business could cerlalnlr be made profit able In Hotith Texas U It can be In Hot ton, and Texan will welcome the Kas tern parlies with their enterprise. TLe Journal man obtained from Captain W. W. Slmniitls, Superintendent of the I l'ecos Land and Cattle company the In formation as to the Hoston project, and I Captain Slmonils who lias gathered data on the subject under request, 1 will lay the mailer befoM bis Kast- rrlends at an early day." At Lovo'b Onto. Uivo came, to me onn summer day Amid the mounds or fragrant hay, ugheil in my face anil weni ins wnj. aln, when autumn woods nllamo ih irnlil nml scarlet were, he came, And whispered low a dainty name. III. I when the hills irrcwwhlto wllh snow And high north winds began to blow, passeii liy me witn looiaicp mu. IV. An. I nmv 1 wonder, will hn hrlllg Ilia i.rlei'lpas L'lfl when robins Sllltf. And blossoms lleek the path or spring? Tkxm, Tor the past two had the misfortune to experience severe droughts, but this season Is an exception, nnd the good crop that Is promised will, Indeed, make Texas tho banner Htate or all the great South and West. Tint liveliest Issue In State politics that Texas will have enjoyed ror several years will be the prohibition Idea that Is to be Injected Intuthe comlngcampnlgn. I'hey will be armed and quipped and ready to do or dare nt the llrst shot Tiik Longvlew Democrat fciijs: ' Work on tho Aransas Pass railroad from Han Antonio was begun Monday; there Is money nnd determination to build It, and a short line from the Interior to the guir will ere long be an accomplished fact." I r Is no doubt true that the failure or the Kails deep water 6cheme at Clalvcs ton has had a depressing ellect upon the future prospects of that city, and by reason of the further fact that n good harbor cannot he obtained there for anything less than millions. This Is un fortunate for Ualveston Individually, but It possibly w 111 bo of advantage to other points that are seeking recogni tion before the ltlvcr and Harbor Com mittee. Aransas Pass, with Ualveston an anxious claimant, could not expect torocelve much recognition; but with tho prestige of the success of what work uaa been done by tho Government, coupled with the faot that Aransas can bo made a good and a safe harbor, will make the securing of a necessary appro priation much easier than If Galveston was on hand and working to secure a big slice. A good harbor between the Sabine and the Jtlo Grande ought to be obtained, nnd no point Is more practical Just now tl' in Aransaa Pass. "A hook has been written In Kngll says the New York Hun, "about America by a Siamese traveller, and published at Hangkok, MnangThiikhadu, the author studied Kngllsh two years In Phlladeh lihla, married tho daughter of 'a genu man of the trade of keepers or saloons, and returned to his native country. consider the language to be the elder charm or all America,' he says. 'Now If I write my hook In my own language my people, having It read, will know not all the Kngllsh language, only thu American manners ; hut If my houk write In KnglUh they perceive I beau, v, the elegance, nnd all the nuiie ber-oneness, as the American would say, of the language which 1 did learn and which they will desire to learn from the Hps of the natives." I'.Mim the head or "A Promising Scheme," the Texas I.lve Stock Journal lu Us Han Antonio department say ' Careful Investigation Is being made for Kaslern parlies with a view of building In Han Antonio a refrigerator on a larg scale, the most probable outlet for tho products of which lo be over tho Aran sas PasB road to the guir, which road now building. The Kaslern parties are or Huston, are now very largely engaged In tho refrigerator business there; are shipping live and dead animals tu Kng' land, and are meeting wllh sucee: They own their own line of vessels pre pared fur bief transit, nnd are equipped with means and experience to start refrigerator In Texas. A more appro prlalc location could not be llxed upon in the State for their purpoo than San Antonio. With the facilities for abundant supply of fat beeves, sh and hogs, which will exist a year hence because of the splendid season nowopen Ing; with excellent facilities for getting their slaughtered animals to the coast over the Aransas road; with ships of their own to transport that meat Kaatern pons and to Europe, It would certainly appear that It would be a J tllclous Investment for men who propose making It strictly a business demanding their own attention. The project here torore considered orn local enterprise the kind has railed, primarily because there was no one t hand to engage the business as their only business de inaiidlng undivided attention. Our local stockmen have all they can do to keep well In hand their large ranch In terests, nnd no one or them Is willing t'o venture In such a project, tilllclent capi tal as to necessitate his enllre attention to that capital. Taking n favorable lew of thu scheme of building a refrig erator In San Antonio, the Journal sim ply rctlects tho opinions of the promi nent stockmen of South Texas; ror It Is believed that a year hence the proper All llioae nnilftf'l with any illaeaao nt tho Kara, Niae or Tlironl.ean nun me rn'. ill iiiikkeaf teller ami euro at Hie NAN ANTONIII YE AND EAR INFIRMARY, Cor. ol Houston and St, Mary's Sit., Willi h la Hie moat tlioroiliihl)- ntti-l up. nml ft It en r)linnir neei saury, ine im I c KTlcinc las huinlieil 'J,", treatment or this ape- lillp eat. Mini hale iK'i'tl lie leatmeiit at tills Institution: Catarrh J. P. Iloliltiaon, catarrh In runt, Han Alilonloi T. II. .loliiiaon.eiilarili lu Oil. I Miss Mary For by the roadway to hi gate, l mil as Ileum hit iimiv rune. Humbly, a suppliant, 1 wait ! Elections. Klert Ions are to he held this year In the Slate of Connecticut, Democratic I'otl; lown, ltcptibllcnn; Kentucky, lleinocrntle; Massachusetts, Kepuhllcanj Mlehlgnn. Itepubllcaii; New Jersey, i..,..V-rn,u.- Sew York. Democratic: Ohio, Itepubllcaii; Pennsylvania, Repub lican; unoiie iMaiiu, 11ep111111v.no, on.. Virginia, Democratic, War on the Administration. Louis (llolie llemocrnt. The re-election of Logan means that the lletiublleans will make a light In Senate against proscription and re moval for pollllcnl opinions. There will be two kinds of " ollenslve partisans" hereafter. Wlillo Hie president is turn imrnnt nitrnslirlr narllsan Iteiiublleans, the Senate will see to It that offensively partisan Democrats are not allowed lo take tneir places. A New Plinfie. The woman question has come up In San Francisco In a peculiar phase. Mrs Allcu Hlnkle petitions the Supreme court for leave to become n olc trader In the business of carrying on n boarding house, to buy and sell real estate, sell letters patent, and to operate manufac ture, lease ami sen iiiueiii urucirj, vntors. trntnwnVA a nil veuicies. aue ex ,..,.'! in nlaen f.VXSI caiiltal In tho busl ness, and her application states that her husband and her mother, aged UO, are .1. l..i,l ni.oii hei for a llTlnir. She asserts that her husband Is unable to support her, but she does not sue for a Ulvorce, oecause toe iin iioicgiiiK'""1""' foroiilaliiingone. Curious Lnws. 1 hey have some curious divorce law In Asia. Javanese If the wlfo be ills satisfied she tan obtain a dlvoroc by .vine a certain sum. Thibetans DP vurees are seldom allowed unless with the consent of both parties, neither of whom can afterward remarry. Moors- It the wire does not become the mother or n boy she may be divorced, with the consent or I lie tribe, and she may again mnrry. Chinese Divorces are auoweu In all cases or criminality, mutual uis lltes. Icalousle. Incompatibility of lem per, or too much loquacity on tho part of the wife. The husband cannot sell I, a until she leaves turn aim nc comes a slave to mm oy ncuon oi ine aw for desertion. A son is iiounu in divorce his wife If she displeases his parents, Soioeililm. ew In Cnnkerv. A iren tleinna seated behind a plate or beef and bean In one or the couee nuu caaii sie loons on Park Kow, said to ine waiter tr ni- Inn a iinnk n." "A w Hat r Napkin." The waller shook his head dubiuiisly. "I don't believe we've got nuv," hu said, "but I'll nsk tue oos. P'ihaps he'll solid out tor It. How do ..... u.1.1 li ...uiLkiIV'-Vhw York Hun. Mrs. Hone vmooii "I should so like mat pretty ouskci lor .vuniiu, near, uui 1 Haven I a iiouar io gci u who, llonetmoiin (provoklngly) "My love wluit do ton want wllh dollars r 1 an your legal tender, now, you know,"- 1. 1 fe. The only eluarette which do not stick lo ine lips are upera runs, Notice to Ice Conlumerl 1'he San Antonio Ico factory, l.osoyo street, near Houston Btreet, have grenly Increased their facilities for the iiianu tiuiure of Ice, and nre now prepared 111! all orders fiom Hie city or country having on hand at all times not less than 10 tuns or ice. Our lee Is made from water furnished bv the Vt nterworksoom nanv. nnd distilled or condensed before niauiiractiiro. In connection wllh our fact in j we have constructed four large reirigerators. ior tue storage oi meats, fruits or other articles requiring a pure drv atmosphere for their keening. Art! cles of this kind will be received on stop age by the day, week or month. These refrigerators are operated upon the dry air principle, and iho only ones In this Stale, except that at Columbus. We have sample room to store several car Itors inrougnour works at an rimes. .1. 11. I.AIIIIIK. K.Sikmon. President. Superintendent o-i-im MOItl.KY'H T-X-S TONIC COlt DIAI, Is a T'onlo lu every sense of tho word. It Is made from Helmed iron the (Pyrophosphates,) Active Vegetnble Agents, vroiuaucs, cm. au puysiciain know that Iron has no equal la purify Ing, enriching and giving color to the Uluod, thereby giving Btreagth, Muscle nnd Power to Hie body. Iron Is a lllood Maker, It Elves Vigor, Vitality, hnergy, rower ami j.iio iiseu. ror saio ny r haiteyer a; hon. I'litarrh or Ihe tliroat frank M'WInu, ealart eatarili or lliu throat ami hea.1, Man Antonio llio Kure-A. A, llreailier, Hun Antonio: W. Illeteil, llia riiei James Halls. Hun Alilonlni ilisirire, sou or vv. r. liauiilicrty, Hln riil I no isuiiuy, reiirailll. I ex. I . in rry, i.a. , r-i.ii Aiilonlot J. II. Murphy, Hail Aiilonliil 1 . I Allen, I'earaalll J. II. Jones, Major T.T.I eel. , t:. lliermeier, nan aiiioiiiii. Ihe Drea-ll. II. Ilrccilliiir, hlc plmrltla cilia- a, Mulor T T. Til l. I'lcrlicllllii: II. C. Illl'l- stale, itranlilarll'l ami kernlllla: frank New- i'li'i'iTliP r, Ui nnorrliieale cniijunctiwtl: An' iacy,.lauBl'it'cr, Irlllai llailiel llrcalln, ih'orol- lllle serosal W. A. Ciiriial an. Irani ejelllia, all of Hail All onto! It. J. Vincent, L'otulla, ulcer imcorucn;V. II. Ilrowii, lAealllle.irrnu uhi - llila ami kerato-lrlllsi V. J. Iloirve, Hindi- I'aaa, ealariiett i:eo-Ke 1.1 'aiaTK. oiiiimner, Caatrot.lle, stralilaainai HaeoHon II, llelmoiil, .... ... .i.iim an.! i roliiali i lloliert I. r e.'. Pima Maria, Pier) irlilin ami leukoma; II V. Ilu.rls, Itanelio. il'-oelo iiiiijiiuetlvltla anil kerall.ia A. O. Ileeker, Htm-kilale, tranmiille ulis-r ami hjlHiploiii W. J. 'lenll'irry, Hultlllo, Met leu, ANCER CURED I hate lui'l a eaniiT on my face for sunny ,. I hate irieu n ureal miiii rcin,-.n'i. 'terlielinreuieil.'lr. Ilanlmau, nit son. re- taken wllh k-rciil ii siilts. My race Is now well illelne hits thanks In Monroe, (la., Sept. 2 lsf. Hnllt's Hpcclflc has tlie Ik A Junimer Suit si Your Own Trice. Warm weather Is now wllh us. and all creation Is arraying In the dress be lilting the season, Mr. Ii.Wolfson, whose emporium Is headquarters ror all fine gents' clothing, Is now oll'erlngthe same In sul In or separate at such low prices that will give any one a chance to get a summer on t tl t at his own price. This oiler Is only temporary and made to make room for constantly arrlvlnc new invoices, a woru to ine wise, etc. Bucklen's Arnica Stive. The best salvo In the world for Cuts Hrulses. Sores. Ulcers. Salt ltheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Kruptlons, and positively cure Plies, or no nay rc- nulred. It la guaranteed to give nerfeot satisfaction or money refunded. Prlco V cents per box. Fur sale by itice liros a co. YE! PROVIDENCE Kelpi thoie who help them .?. ITatarr hi provided het be for the euro of hamm allmenti and medical aelenco hai dlicov ered their healing powerif and the proper combination! neceiiarjtocontiuerdiieaie. Tho remit of theio dliooveriei and com Slnatloni li MiSHLER'S mgv 8 TIERS1 MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY SYSTEM. International and Great Northern R, R, Division. How Schedule in Effect May 17, 1SS5 DKPAltTUllKS. For St. txuils, vln .Missouri Piuillo route Foi St. Ixiula, via iron itotiiilnln For Laredo I::l p. in. i;::l a. m. - IliM) a. m. Altlll VAI.S. From Kt. Louis, via Missouri Panlllc Front rit. Ixiuls, via Iron Mountain From Liredo ....1I:MI a. m. ....10::K p. m. .... :t:M p. in. il It Is lmmssllile tor For rainy years It has been tested la severe cases of Kidney and Liver Diseases. Malaria, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak. Din, Lassitude, etc., andlnvarlsbly It has given relief and cure. Thousands of testi monials have been given, and It Is raoat popular wbcro best known. J. O. Blolnhoiser, Buportntcndcnt of tho Lancaster Co., l'u.,liospltal, writes i , t n.l II In s ktral inaliir rsara of draKndf, kMmr .lle. llvi I I'l.nil lallit. On ii'i.alWi, aUiiii'i ui.l nrofula. snil luirl.U;' lll. U at n.iUU." P. Itoffman, of Clrclovlllo, Ohio, says t -This la In rerlifr that I hsv I'S'l III" ilnniji aii. an,! l.y nalnii onn Ixtlle i.r Stlalilir'a Hull 1UIU ra culm likirun liua I" n illnUI." MISHLER HERD BITTERS CO., C25 Commorco Ut 1'hliailolphlo. Tarkcr ricassatWorniByrupNeterFallt MICIIAMLOBHIl, SAN GER0N1M0 QUARRIES. Hume rnr Inillillnir pursiaes furnlalieil In any quantity ami all illinenaliuia. (Iiinamkntai. H.TONK t'I'TTIMI nlleli'leil In, ir ileslreil. My jirlces are low ami attention prompt. Try ine. A. 1.1 ri ssi Two Express Trains Dally Between San Antonio, Austin and St. Louis. IVok connection at iMtlt Hock fur Ihe StmlSrail, and in the Vnim Dent. Kt. Jmu, wiM Kxjrraa JYairu in alt IHrtefumt. Fur tickttt or ni.y Juithtr inUmnatum nniy to J. J. (J11KW, Tlrrl,lA-ii.SBO.minrrc.l.,.iK.llilmil. II, 1'. IIUOIIKt, VlwnifrrlKlll, fiaialnn, T'Jiu. It. W. Mr:ui.l.llt(lll, llemral filmnjirAul, r."Vliil, Tern . n 111. I'M HTItltl'.T. nil lias illmi i'. J. Tl.ATI., Waelasii, Tin. In my rlirliti-ar fur three Itmeily t lit. ploslelniia rmtiiifiit irisal. tiwllt's i'eltle lias nniilulit iviimlein for ine. Ills John Moiiiiiiw, Finn nee, Ala. ami lin- 'rrentlsr on llliaal nnd Skill lllseases mulled Tin SihitSch imi Oi.. I)raer:i. Atlanln, NOTICE TO OWNERSOF DOGS. rout and nfler Juno 1, 1005, all D0C1H found riinnlni; .at larire without license will be Impounded and killed, III accordance with Section 2, Chapter XVII, ltevlsed Ordinances. Bryan Callaghan, Mayor. Attest; K. P. t'Mi'i'ov, City Clerk. Notice to Tax-Payers. iimn: or nrv Asmiiisnit, i f'leiieli HiillillliiT, llismi I, Him AMiiMii.Ti'vns, Aprllim, tsar.,) Patties ate In n l.y tintllliil that the City Assessment llisiks lurllie leiullllimiir lilMinie pei t) , pet sntuil ami i eal i slate, lor the llseal jiar, eominenelliK .nail u l, ism, are imw npi'ii, nl lll leuuilniipeii to luclmlc June M, IsMi Ml persons iiineernul In tlieali' are u- spiclfully reiiiii stul liieoine fiiittiinl ami n n ilerllielrpniperly subject to tavnlliui to the nil islaneil, as riiiilieil liy Inw, G, FRASCH, City Assessor. Proposals for Fuel, Forage and Straw iii:.ni)t'Aiin:i ih'-pautt or ti:.v.h,i i Aiitoulii, 'lem, May I, I H' llJUl PUIIPllAI.S. in Iriinieilte. Slllijei ) lu usual ciiiiilltlniis, lll lie reeelleil at llils lli.. tie at tin. lilt ct'S llf t It' Ullllttl linns c .il Iin. rnlliiuliiu milueil mists, until i ll'ilnck June, ISHTi, at wlileli lime nml places tliey will lie uiene. III preseuen 111 iitlell'illlir iiiiiiiera, lur turlilslilnaauilili'llleryur 1 ueiiiuu rnrniri ilurlnir lliu llseal )iar iiiiumeui.'liw July I, IBM WtHst, cluireiiiil. Illluuiltious Cnnl. flinln, llnv. anil straw, nt tlin Hail Antulilii llelait I'm la llniwn. L'laik. CiiikIiii. Hails. Melntiisli. UlliiTiriilil ami s.tiH'ktnu, ('iini)i lie I llio, I'elul liilnni'n'lr. limn near 'Ne'l Ill's ii'.i llnr, Al.lleue! Murploaillle.Tlie Lakes. 1'enu, Sail lliimlugii, PrelerelK'e will U' nil ell to articles ir ill Hi, i.riuliietloii unit iiiiiiilltaittire. enmlilli fereiiee iflll-ll til art e es III Allll'lll'llll Hull an.l maillltaetllre I rnillleeil nil Hie I tiiiist. to tlio client of Hie consumption I iiulreil liy Hie putillc senile llieie, lilniik iiioiMisiils.iiuiletieiilai-sirlvlujrrull I all iiilious ns In milliner or I'lilillnjr. umi leu of eonti ait, will he riirulslicd mi ii'illi-alloli tills olllee, or to Hie Qiuuterliuisleis at t IHIKtUIIIIIIII',1. a lliu rlyhl totejict uU'Vk!iIH'i1,iii' to I ho ret)" NOTICE. On account of dissolution, we oiler our entire stock of ircneral herdware. stoves. agricultural Implement!, Iron wngon material at and helow cost, and Invite the public in general io can upon us ue- lore purcnacint' cisewuera. Tim it Pki.ii:i!, 6-li-tf No. 11) Military lTuza u o o M o o o h IU S PL O m n, h h o o w w h -1 Wheeler $ Wilson's No. 8 Cheapest fc? GUARANTEED BY A MACHINE To Buy. Ilecause they are the t.lulitcat, Fnslest. and i:.islat Ituntilnir, if icy, ami I lie Must l'erlict Unik. p-g g S "F. geoos &co.," BANKERS, And Dealers in Exchange. HAN ANTON IO. I I I IIIXAN THE ALAMO IRON WORKS tn new surU, Stinct i Cm i-m'Him-t.uiul nt l H'lltl) luilo nil IJinItt of n-liorliitiilcc. Ul.l Up in a Balloon Tllf lIHIRt I't'lfltl cut MtiMl' WltMCN AUK I.O.HT t hi'.iltli nml ImiiidIih hh ln't H'ii-iiwii IK if I lm-iicc, tu n tlrii tin y m i' nllin U il by Kulllntr ut I lie Wihiiii, uuci.rrnu', Hipjn hmuhi, intuition, or any w tiu ptciinut iiim-uccs iien, tlicv iniiy ntriiln htiimt their tern him li iukM liror bvimhiir u ff-w IniUIvh cii:tu.n i i:t,i,i; 'ionic, mi 4iruKffit A. DlllilW, WhOICblllC ARi'llia. J, H. A i.rxANHKH, Anni. A. Ai.kxamu I'rieUknt. AesUiant Ciiblilcr. TEXAS NATIONAL BANK OF SSN AkTONIO 258 C09IMLRCI STREET. Aillhoiiicj Cnpllil 1750,1 Pud In 100,1 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, J. W. Ulahm, Vice-President Jamkh P. Kaiu., Cashier, Traders National Bank ttti Ci HAN ANTONIO, T'ransacta a general hanking huslncss, Wu. Hi.t'u.n. (lie It Kin tut EYE, EAR, THROAT. Ghas. Deafly, W. D. 0. et A Chir, UU Puritoon lo the New York 0hthuluilo lloanlial anil I'rofesMir of Onlitlialuiulny In tbeColleaoof tbo New Vnrk Ontitfialmlo litis rltal. lliseasisi of EVll. KAll, TIIIIOAT ami NOSH an ezeliialvn atioeUlty. ltefraetlou teetuil anil correct ylaascs prescritiiMl Ol'HOr. tot li. HOUSTON STltlll.T. omce lldilrs- -8 to 13 in.; II to 6 p. Two Brothers Saloon Corner Commerce and Alamo Street, Illll.I.NItl IILOUK. puaues illi'l l.liilliirs. tstieclallles In tlie tlncst In. ui'ls or llomestio iiiki iuiorieu Liirnm Come aii'l sen Klrst-elasS(tJeiitlelnen s li All the Fools Are Not Dead Yet, UlhcnvlW ll.i'it woulj not botfuniuity imi wi'tik, aulturinir women tottiTliitf Intomitlmely trmviii thionirliiiiit tliu cntlro liunl. wli.-n ft imtoU'ci lit a bottlo of OifoWi rt'intik' 'ioniu Houltl r 18 tore thorn to tliofr KlrllnKKl'8 licallli mm iiii)iiif'kn. u nt'vcr inns locuruiHTVous- A. I'lt'lWB. ftllmir l)ok out. Iteitlnn- I KftTiLf for ttt bttt HE CITY COAL. AND WOOD COMPANY, Comer Avenue D and Sixth Street, San Antonio, art! Coals, Cord and Stove Wood, Charcoal, Kindling, Cedar Posts. TK.I.KI'IIONH Ml. .tail. Company. nttr mi urn of R. II. JACKSON, Special Ag't, 13 Commerce St., San Antonio. ARTESIAN WELL - DRILLING MACHINERY FOR BOTH STEAM AND HORSE POWER. BEST IN THE MARKET. Alltlltll-S i FORT SCOTT Foundry and Machine Works, FORT SCOTT. KANSAS. SAVE MONEY IIV IIAVINII ONI! OF TIIH n.NT. SrillNIl Suits Made by V. Lorra. mar oihius hviiii iiuowiiit to enw ri:itFi:cr tit (il'.uanti:kii. WAHRENBERGER & BECKMANN, ARCHITECTS OKFICK AND CONSULTATION HOOMrt : Over Lockwood & Kampmana's former Bank, Cor. Ytarri and Commerco Streets. Plans. Snecllleatlnns ami all Information ileslreil liy tliiiKe rniitciniilatlnir tu lutllil fiirulslieil. Wu ai'kiiowleilKO no siiivrlnr lit tlio pruti'salon. Call anil see us. J. B. Belohradsky & Go.'s SI ANTONIO CITY BREWERY. $1,000 REWARD $1,000 Will be paid to any one who will find adulteration of anything whatsoever in our Beer. We furnish Pure Goods and Defy Outside Competition. Bottled beer delivered to any part of the city or country. RICE & RYAN rit'CCKHSOIH TO aiewioxs CO. in Hay, Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, Charcoal, 230 Houston Dtroot, San Antoulo, Texas, Practical Book Binder and Ruler Opp. Court II011.111, HiiIimIiuI St., Han Antonio, ,1a nrtllnillni. anil Cumpctltlou In prices tfellml. J. H. KAHPMAHN, President. OTTO KOEIILER, Secretary and Manager, iLONB STAR, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.