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;w. i wiNttii. GIFFORD, JOHNSON & WINTER ritOIMUKTOHS, I'ubllsliM dulljr, dwptSuiuIn, at HO Knit Comini'ixti street, llctlvcrol tij carriers thrugliout llio city. (tingle copies for sale, lir newf-lioj at 6 cent. Subscription, wr year I11H In adranco. AI1VKHTIHI.NI1 KATI.HI lli.ch .. II I i I ( t !' SMilWl Special rati Kl on on lars-or spue" an.l Innir time, advertisements. I,eKal advertisements tl (" per Ineli nrsl In crtlon "5 cents per Inch raeh siiloiuent In scrllon Trustees' fall tl ll per Inch Arsl In sertion all cent each Insertion after-ranli. tending matter, editorial piiirc, cents per .Ine each Insertion, local columns 91 edits llnitlnerlliini t0ccntl.rlwock,6ii-nlartcr llrst week. Special rales on M nn,l Hl line" running forniotitli. Home advertisements payable on llrst of cncli month Trunslciitadiirtlslnirpninl.lc In h ance Only metal eul printed. All contract mint lie npprni cd by the Musi ncss Manager (luLncritien not receiving their paper will please, make complaint to Hie iiHicc. Sub scribers arc warned not to pay their mlrrl lion cicept tiion preientatlon of n properly receipted 1.111 from Ihumtlcc. M'ICIAI. .NOIItll. Mr. tl. I. ltoemer ami Henry (-ehuniacher are a ithnrlzcd Solicitor! ami fuller tori Tor Till! 1.HIHT, nnd their receipts, luuigcnt. will 1 duly rccognllcd. Mr. lloemcr will have chaorc of the dcllicry of the ell) BulaKrlptlon department, and all complaints ami notice or changes irhen to cither of the nhoio, or left at the olllcc, will Ik; promptly attended to. No mcmU-rof the firm, or any cmploico of tho Limit oilier, ha authority to contract any liabilities In the namo or the tlrm. Ami no Mils will I recognised or nld unless the Baltic Is appro oil by the undersigned. THOMAS 11, JOll.MSON. Ilusincss Mannircr nnd Treasurer. airruiiD, Jnuawjx St wiNitu. THIS PAPER! Cit p. (l.iwrllr.iNjwjj(i r CuutracU luy 11 nilufur It iiV AI4IV &.OHK. IIAII.IIIIAII TIMK TAIll.K. Nw Tlnm I'anl In Knet Jllny I HHfl, I. 1, N. Kallroail, ori-AiiTi-nia. Kor 81. l-oiiln, 111 Mo. Pin naite I p. in lor St. l-ouli, Mu Iron .Mooiilaln.. '. a. in. Kor Ijirclo 1 1 .no a. in. AIIIIIVAI.S Krom Ft. Lnuls, Missouri I'aellle 1 1 i a. in. IVom St.Nnitu, Iron . Mountain.. . Iii.A'i p. tu. ''rum Laredo ;l.;sj p. in. U., II. H. A. ItAII.IlOAII. TWO TRAINS TO NEW OIIUIANS DAILY. ThrooKli Kiprcs K.ast, Dally. Ltavo for New Orleans, Houston and (lalus- Iavo for Now Orleans, Houston and lialws- ton P- 'Q- Arrlto from the list. Arrive now Mw Orluatis, Houston and Oal vrslon .1 l p. m. Arrtro from Nw Orleans, Houston andUal- at.il r.iurlo and '.agle Arrlvefrom San Francisco, HI l'u Thursday. September 3. 1885. It i-t rumored that tho Cuero anil In dlanola road nnil tho Telfenrr road tiro to he consolidated. The summer seems to have, (jone glim mering, and the full wenlhcr, with full business, l really nt hnnd. Tilt conslnntly-lncrcnalDK Iron trade Is the best kIku tr the retumliiK K"od times and business prosperity. Tiik continued attack on servnnt girls In Austin relieves the members ct the Nineteenth Legislature from bare Insin uations. U'n.i-iAM H imioiim it got drunk nrnr Williams ranch, nnd laid down on the railroad track and let the cars run out lilui. Uy this patriotic net ho started n graveyard In that new town. An kf(Iaiui4 that disimte between Ger many and Spain, It Is asserted that Spain had not vet taken possession of the Car oline Islands, but Intended to do sow lieu Germany jumped her claim. The anti-prohibition victory at Waco the other day will prove n big llilng for the antls In the future tights on that question. Just what the leaders will do In other localities Is a question, but It Is quite evident there Is nothing to be hoped for them In cities. DiMjts parlies used the Fort Worth Gazette suspension to prove that that city would not support a morning news paper. But If the Issue of the Gazette and the Democrat are any Indication, If there Is anything Fort Worth con do It Is to support dally papers. -M it. Loir promises to complete the UrstlOO miles of the San Antonio and Aransas I'oss railroad by April 1, 1SS0. That sounds llko business, and If any man In Texas can do It I.ott Is that man. An excursion from Goliad to help us celebrate the next Fourth of July Is In order. Govkilnoii Hoahlkv Is very confident that the Democrats In Ohio will win this fall, but all the same the Democratic Executive committee did not feel llko letting Mr. Hoadley meet tho 1'rohlbl- tlon candidate on the stump. Ohio Dem ocrats are dodging, and ltavo no enthu siasm. Thk Waco Day says: "1'rohlbIIIon Is under the daisies there let It rest. It had the backing or excellent citizens, who have only to adopt new tactics to accomplish the same results. Let "slow but lure" be their motto. The world cannot be reformed at one fell swoop." "The cattle men of the West are laying the flatter Ing unction to their souls that the order calling for the removal of fences on pub lio lands will not be .enforced. Uncle Hum generally means what he says, and It's word has double force since ho went lnlo partnership with 0 rover." 'I'm; statement made by the 1'rcsldcnt of the Ban Antonio & Aransas Pass rail road, that 100 miles will he completed liv next April, and the entire line llnlshed hy this time next Tall to Aransas I'nss, Is a very gratifying showing for the enterprise, nnd Is evidence of good man agement on the part of Urn Fret blent nnd Hoard of Illreelors. Tiik Kort Worth Democrat snjs: "'llnre business qtiallllcatlons' In 'tho bride-groom of Ihu present day Is grow ing ns conventional nnd stale as tho 'dull lb ml' In hntigliifr celebrations. The young man who has never done any thing but piny bllllnrds nnd chew Iho headorhlscaiiu has 'rnru business qual mentions' whenever somebody ngrits to bo his falher-ln-lnw," Tim question or levying n lux on bachelors Is mooted In Georgia. That may be all right In Georgia, where Iheru Is an excess or remnlcs. bill out here In Iho far West Iho bachelors would bo only loo glad to marry ncre there on'jbudy lu marry. They hail belter send sou f those Georgia girls out this way, but mind, untiling but good-looking ones, nllh plenty ol money to support tliem clc and n husbnnd need apply. Ihc Texas boy Is Just n Utile pnrlleiilar on these minor points. Tiik colored people no doubt are dome tt hat late In their protests tignlnst the re-appointment of l'roressor Itrown as principal ol the colored schools, but It speaks well for them that they are In clined to have Iho question of morality niery prominent one In (lie matter of teachers, l'rolessor llrow n managed to convince Iho School Hoard that his do mestlo relations were nil right, however unsatisfactory they may look to outsid ers. Hut at till ecnts, the colored pen pleorihe city deserto credit for their desire to have teachers who are not only able, but whoso lives nro exemplary In each and every particular, 1 Tiik I.ntilsvlllo Courier Journal In spcaklngof that old legend about ft herd of camels running wild on Western Texas plains, gives somo Information and odvlec In Hie following: "Tho fact Is, tho camels were Imparled hy Iho Federal Government before the begin ning of the war as an experiment, tho theory, as wo recall It, being Hint they might become ft valuable addition to transport rcsjtirces or the Wi stent steppes ami prairies. They wero In Texas when the warbroke out; the Fed eral authorities were compelled to aban don them, oiidhclng lertto thelronn resources they wnndeied oil nnd have since grown up with the coimlrj-. It Is undoubted! Mr. J.ntnnr's privilege, as wo suggest with nil respect, to have the Government's cntncl herds rounded up and branded, Tom Ochiltree would bo Iho man to boss the job." "Wiiux Fostniustcr-Geiiernl Vilas went west last week, says tho St, Louis Republican's Washington correspon dent, betook occasion to talk civil-service relorm to somo of his employees. Soon nfter leaving the city on the Haiti more and Ohio road, he donned u long linen du-tcr nnd took n sent In tho mall cur, w hero several men were at work. He made himself acquainted III ft few pleosnnt words nnd then proceeded to ask a multitude of questions nbout de tails of the work. He rode for many miles In this way, nnd before leaving the car told, It Is said, tho clerks that they might consider their tenure of of fice secure so long ns they did their work and did not meddle offensively In poll ties. '1 Ids class of the government ser vice with IDiiO or .VXX) clerks docs not comeyinder thcolvll-servlcc law, hut;iius a civil-service of Its own, founded on ij knowledge of Iho work nnd ability to perform It, clerks being appointed for tt probationary term ol six months. After his visit to the postal ear Mr. Vllattold a iKontlciiinn with him Hint ho consid ered the railway service to be one of Ihc best conducted department under the Government." Axnsr Mr. Glllord's proposition to boom San Antonio as a health resort and nlsonsngood place for the xnfe Invest ment of capital In manufactories, etc., the following, as showing the result of ludlclous advertising, from the Abilene 1'eportcr, may bo rend with Interest: "Tho Commissioners' court of Cooke county contracted with one or tho print ing olllces or Iho town to print "U.tKXl let ter heads for the olllcluls of the county, having on the back of enclt letter bead n condensed and pointed description of tho county Us soils, products nnd produc tion capacity, with such other Informa tion ns was Into and favorable nnd likely to attract attention of people contem plating a chnnge of locality. A Mr. V. II. Crippcn, or Illinois, who was pros- 1 ectlng there, used ono or these letler sheets In writing back home, nnd the descriptive letterhead Tell into the hands or .Mr. K. Kndlby, who had determined tp nlovc to some newer country, -Mr. lindlby was, by this advertisement, per enroled to come to Cooko county; be was satisfied when ho got there, nnd bought 11.000 acres, oflainl near Gaines ville. On this 11,000 ncrcs .Mr. Kndlby soon had a colony ofSil prosperous 1111 nols farmers with their families. Our Informant told us that these families brought to Cooke county on an average of 2000 each, nnd Invested In Improve ments, agricultural Implements, etc So thero was an Addition to the taxable property or Cooke or more than a $I.M), 000. Tho court was nt llrst censured for spending public; funds "to support the printer,' but were oltcrwards applaud cd when It was made apparent that the outlay or about $100 Tor the extra work on the back or olllclal letler-hcads had In one Instance brought to the county wealth which Increased the Income from county tax more than j:)."0 the llrst year," "The Methodist camp meeting on Martha's Vineyard this summer," sayi the New York Sun, "has been somewhat disquieted by ft remarkable sermon which was preached the other day by lilshop It, S. Foster. The question was the dedication of n ehnpel at a quart! r past Sin the morning. The text was the question, "What shall be the char acter or the services held here In years to come?" The answer was In substance, "Not a camp meeting rovlvul service at all events." No wonder this answer, coming from such a source, has excited surprise nnd critical comment among Methodists. 'I ho Itov. Dr. Foster, ac cording to the report of his discourse before us, lakes the broad ground that modern religious revivals for the most part do more harm than good; people go lo a great summer resort like Martha's Vineyard because they And It a pleasant nnd healthful placo for their families nnd themselves, rather llinn be canto n camp meeting Is held there. They seek rest nnd recreation, rather tlinn Ihe excitement of a religious revi val. "Our tabernacle sen Ices," ho says, must be adapted to Iho leiot or the thoughts and spirit of Iho people while here. They may bo such as willelevate, broaden and strengthen men nnd wo men, nnd so make them worth moro lo tlinchuri.il without attempting revival work.' Thus he frowns on revivals, de nounces "noisy services and religious rndltles," mid asks his fellow Chris tians to cease calling n man n sinner ho ciuse lie does not shout. If some out sider should say nil lids, there would bo nothing sin prising In II, but It Is Indeed noteworthy In view of Iho position of tint speaker in the church Itself. It would secoi lo Indicate Hint something akin to what is called "reform within the purl) ' Is going on In the Methodist cliurih." lheCtinatfrofan AUrm Belt Close by, In the stllltuss of tho night, count scarcely startle inn ordinary indi vidual more llinn du trilling ndses the nervous Invalid. Hut once the nerves are hrneed and the system Invigorated nltn iin.iliiter s stomacti tuners, tins abnormal sensitiveness Is succeeded by n tranquility not lo he disturbed by tri vial causes, impaired ingestion is ti ler tlle cause of nerve weakness nnd unnat ural mental gloom, and n vlgnrou- re new nl of Hie action of tho stomnch Is one of Iho surest means of Invigorating and quieting the nerves. Insomnia, or shcplcssucss, n form of nervous disease, is tinqucstior.ntiiy uenenicii iiy seda tives, when It Is prolonged, or or fre quent occurrence, but Its permanent re moval is more eiiectttaiiy ncnievcd witit the Hitters. This medicine Is also sig nally efficacious for malaria, rheuma tism, comllpatlon, liver complaint, nnd torpidity or Iho kidneys nnd bladder. Proper Treituienl for Coughs. That the reader inav fullv understand what constitutes n good Cough nnd l.ungStrup, wo will say that Tar nnd Wild Clierrv Is the basis oMho best rem edies 3 ct discovered. These Ingredients w 1 1 1 several tuners equally as ciiicaeious, liter largely 11110 ur, nosoiiho a v ougu M cents and fl. Samples Tree. .sold by II. I,. Fowler, 1!. Colin ,tCo.,.l, 11. ucviiie, 0. 1 invin. G vitviN, Wise Co., Tex., Mnrch 21,'fvsl. i-ssrs. MorN-y Itros., Austin, Tcnsi G h n I.MF..N Send me three dozen or cor T-X.S A, Tie Tonic, nt mini. I have sold every bottle I received Trout roll nnd guaranteed it 10 cure, nnu 11 las never railed In a single Instance. Yours truly, IV. 1'. Suiter. Sold by F. Knllcycr & Son. Medlclnn Mcxlcana Mnrnvtllosa. or Marvelous Mexican Medicine, Is a com- loiinil l.xtraet or roots and barks round n the forests of Mexico nnd long used hy the knowing Mexicans and Spaniards as an Infallible cure for all diseases or tho blood or whatever name or nature, rrnm the HI.ACK or SPANISH SV- li I ILLS down to tho common pimple. It Is undoubtedly the most potent blood iiurlllcrof Iho ago. Write to .M i:1c.1x Mkiiicim: Company. St. Louis. Mo., for Treat I so on lllood and Skin Diseases, Tree. Sold hy F. Knlloycr A Son. Cure for Piles. lire frequently preceded by n or weight 111 the back. loins nnd lower part of ttie abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he has somo eflcotlon of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms 01 indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness or the stomach, etc.. A moisture, like perspir ation, producing a very disagreeable llcmiigniter gelling warm, is n common attendant. Hllnd, Bleeding nnd Itching files yield nt once to itie nppiicnuon 01 Dr. Hosituko's l'ilo Itemcdv. which nets directly upon the parts cflected, absorb ing the Tumors, nllaylng tho Intense ukn Medicine Co.. l'hiun, O. Sold by lilce ,t Fowler, It. Colin & Co., J. D. De vlne, J. Chain. ('(.inblrjlne 1UDX nllh I'l'ItK UUtXUILK TOMIS, i(u1rLIr in a romplttdr l'LKASES antl HMUliIl.S Till: Itl.OOI), Oalcltm tlio ftrtloa or the LlrrranaKltlop)!. (Irtritlifi f oiopitiloo, Duk.ii the kiln iniooth. U duct not Injure the t(i tti, mump lit ftdtrhf, or iirodurtroii Hlpitlon - W.L0T1IKU lltO. MUMUM'.SllO. rtynlctsmi tnd DruKgUU eTerjwburu recommend it, I) K R RDnnfj-N. of Marion. Msm. utii "I recuimuenil Iimvn' Irm Bitter m i t.IihUd U.nlo furtinnaliiiiffUitt lilood, nd rmotn U djepsjtHia tymvliUM. ItdoMUutburttbutMtb." l)n U M lUtziLU Itrn4(1ii lad., un: 1 Un i.nrill llrWi Inm UilUtn la ewi ol tviu-TOit ftit'l M'mmI diriMfMa, tUo wtmn ft tonic wm I.wjdeJ. ntl it ItM prood thorsKighly Millrotol., Mt " lir,.-,,'. I rut 11 11 r.iUed m In r.s-I Tho (tVnuinA hi Trda Muk nd c rowd rod linM on wriprMr Tnkf no othrr. Mads only If IlIIUH N niCMirAI, ( O , IHl.TIHMltK, Hl. Linirs lllNli llooKFMfa) nd tllrtcti, eon Uimnff ,Ht -f rrif. far r-li InfurniHinn iUm coini t-t- irlT.-n nar hy M il.ar In m.. licit!, or Frightful Case of a Colored Man. f bllKKl poison 111 or I h i he.l ili)sicliins In Atlanta. They useil tho oM lirouulit on iliciiiiiiitlsin ami liiiniilreil inv ill. iffsllvc orviios. Kvcry Joint In me uiu BHol len iiml lull or pain. When 1 "as irlvcn up lo ilie uiy li j sfciiins tliotiiflit It wouht Ihi a iomhI time in lest tho vlrtius or Hwlrt's Hieclllc. When I commenced taklnir 8. 8. 8. tho plijsl. elan sniil I could not live two weeks uniler Iho orillnury tietitinent. llo cominenccd to irlio no tlio mciliollin strictly aeeonllnjr to ilneo tlons. wiikii l contltiueil lor several uionllis, I look iiollilinr else, ami oomiiieiucil to lin orove rnim the very tlrst. 8oon tho rliciimn Usui lett me, my niielltetecilne all rlirht and the ulcers, which lliu doctor said were tho most frluhtrul he had ever seen, Ik-kiiii to lieal man nindu. I inn stronger now than 1 ever perore. and weiirli more. 8. B, 8. has L'arly LUM McCi.n.NI)ON. Irf-m Mic'lcnilou has been In tlio employ of t lit, chess-t'iirlcy Company for some )ears, nnd I knowttm iiIkivo stafcliienli to lio true. At tho time ho lieirnn taklnir 8wirt's 8ieelllu he was In n tmrrllilo condition, 1 reirmil his oi no " rlw ,' Lll03Vi j,nImB,t,r Chcssnrley Co., Atlanta Divlslo Atlanta, (la., April IS, Iiw5. 1'orBiilo livnllilrouirlsla. Treatlsuou illooitund 8kln Diseases inalieit free. , Tin; 8w iit Pi'eci no Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua. N, V..15J W JJUBt. Fitters nolle to tha Public. Matoii's OrncK. oil's OrncK. 1 TOMO, tist 2uih, 1HM. J City or Antomo, Align The City I'hyslclan will vacclnnte all persons and children unable to pay, free of charge dally, at tho following places, viz.: At Kallcyer's drug store, Military pints, from 0 to 10 o'clock a. in. At Ilodemann's drug store omioslle the Sunset depot, from li to 7 o'clock, p. in. IIUVA.VUAM.AUIIAS, Mayor,1 Hy K. T. Cwt'txi.v, City Clerk. lot NHW ADVIMtTIHKMISNTH KstalitlBhct III K.I.I NARCISO LEAL, S OolnnwimtrM'ttlH'twrcn Mnln nml Military l'!tu, Liye Stock Exchange, I1UI1KAU (If INrilltMATHIN. Dealer 111 l'ronllerjuid,.Meleall Articles, iiudllcneral Afo-ucy. MUSIC! bcine onlers for Kiielliiiiinn's llrnss nnd Mtrlnir llaud at Krlsch's Hull. I'mm two to Isleen Miislclans rurnlsliiii. ANGLE &MADD0X 2U I'oinmercc 8lre(t, LAND DEALERS AND AGENTS. Do a (lencrnl Real Estato and Agency Business. (1. W. Anirlc, Aircnt for Hie Intcniallonnl llnllrond l.iui'1 (Irani. Turner Mall Bar Corner lloiistou nnd St. Mary's Streets. Finest liniKirtednnd Domcsllo WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS AIwujimhi linn.l. I'micr. Atc.aiul Wines conllmmllymi luimi. ED. DIESSELHORST 1'llOl'ltlF.IOIt. HUTCHINS Houston, Texas. LondlrjR Hotol of tho Oity. Hond- quartora of tho Commorolal Mon and Tourists. TIIOS II. CIA1.K. - I'ltOI'lllKTOI!. H OU8E ! HOUSTON and Cistern Factory. Manufacturers of nil kinds of Of livery lloscrlidlo GEO. R. HINES, LOANS MKOOTIATKII, Improved and Unimproved City Lots and Country Land ror Sale and Itent. ROOM 5 KSMTMANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO. TKXAS. H. C. MILLER, Mamifncttircr of Rubber Stamps, teiiclls, Hnals, adxes, Melal Checks, Door l'latea, House Nuoiliers, IKc. S'o.SNavarni Street. I QIH IHTfl 0iH.sltoGroos- llank.f fAH..n?.l! S. S. FLOYD & CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS & BROKERS. 21 Soledad Street, San Antomo, TUX AM. IlEii Ofcick i6"j Strand, Galveston. r.icculo ortleis fortho purchase or sale of (illAIN, i-itovixlONH, L'orrn.v, ami HTOCKD. Aro prepared to receive ortnako actual deliveries on all trades wo make, I ('Correspondence solicited. THE ALAMO CITY Short-Hani and Type Writing lias faellllk'S for Imimrtlnir a lluslncss lldu- W. C. I1UCKM AN, President, San Antonio, Texas. OKHCK OF I lIl'KUINIKNUOr I'UIIUO SCllOOUi, I Cirv ok San Antomo, Tkxas, I August Ul, m-. J and Thursdav next. Sentember 'X snd 188.1, examinations commencing at 0 o ciocK a. m, .1. K. SMITH. Superintendent of Tubllo Schools. EIE!J0SE! All those mulcted with any dlsrnan of'lhn I est and' i nick, nt relief and'eure at tho NAN ANTONIO EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, Cor, of Houston and SI. Mary's Sit,, Which la Iho most Ihomoirlily nilcd up, and ciultiicd wIlhcierMlilniriH'oossiiry, liielii.llnsr tho skill and csperlcneo las liiindrcils of cases can testify Hhn Iiiivo liccn tretite,) Iheroof any Innlltiillou fortho treatment of Oils spo. elalty In the South or West. ItKKKItllNUIIS. Tho folloivliifr arc only a few of the. many who tiiuo Ik cut at this Institution: Catarrh J. 1'. Kolilo thronl, Sun Antonio; T. II. Johnson, catarrh In thronl. miimiircr Sun Antonio l.ltrhti I'. Kiihn, enlarrh of llio heail, Denver, t'oi.t Miss Mary I'Htarrli of the throat and head, San Antonio. The r:ars-A A. Drcseher. San Antonio: W Dlctcrt, H'MTiici .lames Dill Is, San Anlonlot (leorire, son of VV. (,'. Damrlicrty, Sherlir l'rlo county, l'cnrsiill.Tclr.t v. W. llcrry, I'.mi , San Antonio! J II. Milridiy, Han Antonio: V.. T. Allen, I'cilrsalli J. II. J s, Major T. T. Tccl, J. (!. Dlcrnieicr, San Antonio. Th llyaia-D. II. Ilrccdlnir, lilcplinrltls cilia rlst Major T T. Tccl, pteryBliinO II.U Had. Casey, dauirhter, Iritis; Itaeliel llrcalln, chonil illlls serosa: VV. A. (.Brliahan. Irldo cjelltls, all of San Antonio: It. J. Vincent, Uotillla, ulcer on conn at VV. II llrown, Lccsvlllc, irrau ular lids and kcrato-lrltlit W.J. Ilnpiro, Diode Pass, cataract; (IcorKO lieslicrtr, dautrhtcr, Castrovllle, strahlsnuiBt MaeoSorell, llclmont, cntniplutn and trichiasis: ttohcrt drier, l'ana Maria, plcryirliim and leukoma: II O. Ilurrls, Kaneho, clironlo conjliocllvltls and keratitis: A, C Dicker, Stockdnlc, traiimatlo ulcer ami h)Kiilon; VV. J, Tcrrtticrry, Haltlllo, .Molcn, traiimatlo Klaucouia, JMs-lf Ills 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK. OM(?0 .MOf. ySMHfy J. E. Thomas, Agt. 2--1) Cotnmerco St., San Antonio. HENRY LAAGER, BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Real Estate and Loan .A.GHEIT'T- GcnerHl Atrnntfor Adumd & WIcktV lots and Improved prupertr In ull parU nt tho cily, 8poolt Attention paid to Ihii3b In Boutbwcsl OUIce 237 WoRt Commerce street. Cavanaugh's Sanitary and Fertilizing Co., Offloo, 410 Bast Houston Stroot Tolopliono 303, All onlers for tho removal of Ilnrrets of Rmit)liia- 1'rhlis, Vaults etc., atlciided to ironiillv, tKI-lliil LABATT & CO,, Mniketslrcet, Grain Depot Wliolesalo and Itctull. Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay Delivered Krcc. O-lO-Sm MUSEUM or :.Natural History:: SAN PEDRO SPRINGS. As tickets only i Mr. Kci lilc, tae park lessee. TUB 1IOAUD OF DIltECTOlW mHE REPUBLIC OF MEXICO-l'or rellftb e Inror J umtloii ntxmt Mexico purchaso.tno Ikiok of Lorenzo Castro, ut tho rmluceU prloo ot $3 pur copy, with map Son J your order to tnlf offloo. M U mm Ms, rrnTloTlCULAR. P rM IN EVEf NEVER MISSOURI PACIFIC International and Great i imcw ocncauic in cried, riay i , laao. DHrAltTtlHlCH, Kor St. Un.ls, via Missouri I'acllln route Koi St. IxjuIs, via Iron Mountain Kor Laredc AltltlVALH. Krom St. Louis, via Missouri 1'aclllc Krom St. Louis, via Iron Mountain Krom Laredo Two Express Trains Daily Between San Antonio, Austin and St. Loulf. CVose eonnrcfions at iMIle llotk for Ilie Sim'krntt, ami in the Vnion Perot, SI. lmu M Expran Train) in all Direction, far tickets or any fmiker inunnatim apply ta J. J. CMHVV, B(lirMi'nl,I13(,,,niniiTr!W.,4innl,mto II. 1'. HUmiKft, IVfcwnir-ltfrlil. Houston, rum. II. W. IMcCUf.l.OL'dll. (frnrrol Viriiorrl(l. (i.ilivl.,n, Tela BYRNES ori'lCU IKKI.M I, Composition or Gravel Roofing. roiitraclors for Streets and Bldewalk I'nvlntr and Curliliiirs of Oak and any kind of .Material. .Mako a specially of Killings ami Uriu el Walks. Work T promptly atlemlnl to. WAHRENBERGER & BECKMAM, ARCHITECTS OKKICK AND CONSULTATION KOOMH : Over Lockwood &. Kampmann's former Bank, Cor. Ytnrrl and Commerce Streets. l'lan, Speclllcatlons anil all Information desired by those contemplating to build furnished. We acknowledge no iupcrlor In Ihc profceslon. Call nnd ece us. J. B. Belohradsky & Co.'s $l,OOQ 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. IJottled beer delivered to any part of the city or country. RICE & 8UCCKW0IW TO in Hay, Grain, Feed, 230 Houston Stroot, a. F. FROMMBR, Practical BookBinder and Ruler Opp. Court HoiiHu, SolurtiMl St., Sun Antonio. All kinds of Illndlne and Killing dono with neatness, durability and dispatch, Competition in prices (lulled. J. H. KAHPHAHH, President. LONE Brewing Co. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. I will put up $500 that I can tako DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER And cure any case of Syphilis or Scrofula on oarth, and 'guaran tee a perfect and permanent euro. D. P. BARR, Solo AKOiit for tlio Htute, Northwest Corner Main Plaza, San Antonio. H, SCHULTZE 18 8TII.I. IN TUB IXAI), ANII ANN'IWNCIIS THAT HI! HAS Stoves for the Million! Tho Farmer Cllrt It tho l08t Stovo over timuirht Into this innrkrt, Atnontr tho other U'U'lltitf lirumls, fluoU its tbo Toiaa llcuuty. tho Now t'lmrm, tho llnrty llrcukftint and Iii'timmil In ItirRo uimntllloa always on luuul. Cooklnjf tftcnslla. Cutlery, 'I'alilo Ware, tlrunllo uml Alfa to Waro. Uartlwaro.i'to. A wollrogululoJTlntilioi fortho manufacturing of GALVANIZED CORNICE WORK hand uml ilollvorol froo to any art ot tho city. H. Schultze, No. 9 JOB PRINTING The San Antonio Light Office has a full line of Job Material, a fine assortment of Paper, Cards, and in fact everything needed by the business public. Prices and estimates will be given at all times in competition with the very lowest, at home or abroad. RAILWAY SYSTEM. Northern R. R. Division. . -fl-'IO p. m. . KM n. in. .ll:o(l a. in. ll:(l n. m. 10:II. p. in. 3:110 p. in. HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY! Tim nntlcrflnrl mirs n rprcialty rf pHltlnirnp Electric Burglar Alarm Bells, Call and Door Bells. & KERR, SOI.IIIIAD 1II.OCK. IE RYAN SlOWfOXi CO. Coal, Salt, Charcoal, San Antonio, Toxas, OTTO KOEHLER. Secretary and Manager STAR West Commerce St.