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Monday, September 7. 1885. DIRECTORY OF SOCIETIES. Tim and Place of Meeting- Name of Officers Ol.n Krt.uiw.- Hum Atilmil.i ImIito No. II mitts nt Odd Kellnns Inill, MciiiKli.il street, 'tery Tlietulay lllillil. V Jllium Mult, N. (I.; It. H. liOiuitiRti. Permanent hecretary. AtrNT Kiir.K Ann A triTrii Mash Al i 1Nljru Ao. 11 meets nrstrialtinla nlKtit In HitrtlHry. AMtinll AHir. No. 421 Meets first ali.l tlilr.l Wednesday In eiuli inmith. I:. I. A, Iterlir. Keerttary. Kniomta iiv -YTllMS. Klk LinJiti. Nn. 3.1 hi Ala litM-l.nitz, clinitt I'linr Uiii UnMenliiirir. rresliletiti T. It. John.., tary Hti.l Treasurer. SAN ANTOMO Altltr.lTKIt VlllEIN Mtetstlie tint mi'l thlnl Hatimlay nlKhts each month nt Att'iiuoC. William lltiellliiir, fr., Inn nmii; K. (J. Ilaiielsen.beeieliir' t Ouirles lie-ren, tr.. men's hall, A inii'C. William HiH-illiiv. Jr.. I'rt Kl.lfiiti II. Hi'lllKiiiiiim, ter rttaryt r' Jiilines. Tieii.mer. AN( IPNTOllimt UMTKII WllllKMKNMllam Ijalirn Ni.. 2, rmulur mi cllinra Hint iitnl lhlr.1 Mon.la In riu h I Ill nt IMil Fell.ma' luill, II. .UM. in ilrii't, William Ilex IIIiiK,Jr..)l.ii.Kr Hall, Mil Montiriv . l.' l. ill. mlii, ITikIiI. iiI; II. Mnn lit, Keerelnry. rilt.NCtt llKlKVtll.KT HlM 1KTY Meet SI if i.tul ttnti'tay In (aeli mimlli nt hull, No. I) Main l'laza. 11. r. t'lait Jon, been tary I NTKIIN ATIONA 1. Ht'll.lHMI AMI I.lMN ASKM- ciathin Iteiriilnr niceltn-rs woiiiHl 1 1nirtHliiy In null iiionth ut lllirary rooms, il Iajsuiii street. M. I.tniliier, geeittary. Alamo I.ruli in or Hum m SliirCoiuicil Xo. SU meets ut (lilil J'ellima hull ilrnt anil llmil eialni.liiy In fiuli inontli. Uetirau U. Ihi.liiell. bit'K'tary. KMUtllHOK HiiM.lt Bnno.t IixlKcKn. Il: meets nt IMil I-t-ltiiw hail m-toml iin.l lourth Moii.hiy in t'luti inontli. c. ! w aimer, Ite- L'UllllT. iMll.fK.MirNT Oiinr.it IInu IIiiitii IMar IKlyu Ni. 11 la nt tlil.l IUli.s hull tn- lan.l IiiiiiOi Mnmlii) In emit tiiuiith. ll. II. Hi. , Diitiilurt J. W.r-tliuwlrtli, Kepurtei II.iiiiiv.n MAKNNt.m noil- .Me. ta mery lliliiwlny nliiht ill rkli.il's hull. II. Kuilur 1'rt-til.lfiitt J. W. hilunvlrlli, Keeictary. K At i no in ItiiAKiMKN.C. Nimmiu.u.Nu. re. Ilnliln ll). tlliwn I I in H i illuxl.iv ut i! .. ... ill MilKliH.nl I'jllilnn Hull. I'. MiikI.i ; i;.'iiiiiii,ivi I ITION, No. I, .Mitts the tlrst Wi.li Miimun'a Hull, No. I, mi .Market r-tliielmr. ri.iimnlii Alt.O.Mliilil.ts nill.lii No. Ill Knllrlila of i'ytlilim hull, .lolin Millivmi, M ten w. m-ivuevney, rieeretmy. lllttlTlltltllOOtl I.IICMUIITIVK I'MIINKElia flunset Division meets eiery Tut mlny ut liliil i. m. In Knlvhtaor l'jlhlua hull. I;. II. Jloul- lon.O. :.! A.it.llllliunl. 1'. A. I!. The Concord Philosopher!. At Concord the ltllosorlicrs Have very nearly got Down to the very etsrnce of Tlio vvlilcuncsa of tlte what. Tlicy'vc tried to make It plain to us That what they nil don't know That none of tlicm wlio worship nml Dub Knicrsun a saint Can clarify the clouds about The nolness of the alnt. -M-lfc- Penitent. A phlluntlironlo lady saw a couple of urchins pulling each other's Itar, and, separating the combatants, she pro ceeded to lecturo them kindly on the evils of lighting, llotli boys seemed truly penitent, and before leaving tlietn the lady said: "Vou wouldn't pull llllly's lialr now, would you JohnnjV" "N-no mam," faltered Johnny. "And you won't null Johnnv's hair again, will you. lllllyr" ''N-no mum," replied Hilly, "but I "That's rlglit Hilly. Vou would rath er kiss lilin, wouldn't you?" "Mo, sir; I wouldn't! I'd druthcr break his dttrn back!" Newman Inde pendent. Cold In an Old Coot. Bald an old-timer: "I never saw n ghost, but I once made a pretty good raise where I at llrst thought I bad found a dead man. 1 was prospecting down In Amador county, California. One day I went up the creek about a mile, and seated myself on a rock to rest. Across the stream, on the oppo site bank, were the remains of three or four old cabins. Home of these bad al most tumbled Into the ereck from the wearing away of the ground on that side. X observed that part of tho llrt plnce of a near cabin had fallen down the bank toward the creek, and that the foot of an old boot wns sticking out of the dirt. It seemed to project from bo lieath the stonesformingthe heart of the old chimney.. I thought It was strange that any man should have laid tils hearth over an old gum boot. Then It occurred to me that some man might have been murdered and burled there. "Crossing the creek to the old chim ney, I found that the Toot of the old hoot projected from under a large lint stone that was still In place. I lilted the stone and found that there vas only one boot there and no sign of n human skeleton nor bones or any kind. I kicked the old boot down the bank and then took n pan of dirt and ashes out of the old fireplace, as I bad In severul instances made pretty fair strikes In old hearths, Tor It Is well known that thecntly miners were often careless and lost a good deal of line gold in retorting It burning out the iiilok sllvcr Is contained ;on shovels. As I was passing down the bank 1 onme to the old hoot, and In passing gave It another kick, sending It almost Into llm creek. It landed leg down bill and Trotn tho end poured a golden shower of nuggets and dust. "In a moment I tbrew the dirt out of my pan and reversed tbe boot over It, when out tumbled two large buckskin bags filled with gold dust. So long bad the treasure lain concealed under the hearth that the strings with which the bags were tied had rotted and one gave way under the kicks I had bestowed upon the old boot. When all tbe gold was gathered up I found that I bad near ly 5'iUUO." Halt Lake Tribune. An Editor Rewarded. I'he angel of dawn laid at tho thresh- , oldof.Kdltor P. A. Ilarrett, this morn ing, a rosebud culled from the garden of the gods, as a reward lor the energy and enterprise which have given rlcranton a llrst-class dally. Mother and child aro doing well. Soranton Times. A Piece of Evidence. A piece of evldencoln a Quebec brracli of promlso case was a etifl with an offer of marriage written on It. One night, while the defendant wns holding the plalntlll's hand and whispering fervid words, lie notuied the miestlon In manu script on the smooth linen nt her wrist. Sho was sentimental or shrewd enough to Keep that article out or I lie wash, anil now It Is of practical valup.--(:hlcgii Times. A Now Roidlng. Little Sammy was looked upon, as quite a prodigy in the I'arr family. It was customary to have lilin show off for the entertainment of guests. Una morn ing .Mr. Karr ntlil: "Now, .Sammy, get jour hlble and read to us, beginning with the vrrie at which )oil cunnte to open." This was to convince Ills hear ers Hint Hammy had not been made fa miliar with certain chapters only. Hav ing opened the 4ook, Hnmmy read In loud nnd mcnstiretl tones: "Neither do men light a candle and put It under a hustle," etc. Harper's Uar.ar. Call It Plain Coon, "lUecooii" may do with people who never saw one of tho animals, but those whohiint them nro not going to use the word. What would you think of a man who would Invite you to go a "raccoon hunting" with him? Vou would know at once that ho was a dude. Hut when you see an olil-tlme darkey, with one gnllits on, a horn worn smooth with long use, a sharp nx sticking out at his shirt collar behind, a business-looking half hound that puts on no nlrs, a bob-tailed yeller our, considerably scarred up, and n half-grnivn pup that ho carrrles along "to see if ho won't larn some sense," you may know Hint be menus business. He Is going a "coon-huntlng." riparian bur, S. (') riparian. Home Again. The maiden walks the strand no more, Enjoying I lie ocenn bicte, Where the tiny wavelets kiss tho shore, And the Band Is alive with liens. No more In n suit of blue or drab She into tho wnter goes; She fears no more I he voracious crnh Thnt sought to dm our her toes. She Is done for the wlillo with seasldo lions, Those Innocent dissipations; Sho has t ll mi I her back on dudes and fops, And given up bench lllrtntlons, The maiden Is back from her summering I'n home mill Its denrilt'llghts. Hack In the garden gate to swing With her I'cnu through the autumn nlghls. Hoslon Courier. Two Strokes of Lightning. In the days of undent Home, when al most every occurrence was believed to have n supernatural slgnlllcancc, the fact that lightning had struck In the vi cinity of nn open tomb, as wcllamenr the body Intended for the tomb, within the space of 'Jl hour', would have been deemed a matter of thu highest Impor tance, and the augurs would have been called on to explain and Intcrpiet the will of thogods. On Wednesday after noon the men who' wero nt work In Ittverslde park preparing the founda tion for tho Urnnt tomb were driven un der shelter by a sudden and furious storm, and they had scarcely left the ex cavation when lightning struck the earth at that point, destroying the work already done and uprooting several trees that had stood near by. A day later, and nt a spot 200 or UOO miles dis tant, another stroke of lightning pros trated half n dozen people who were standing In front of the cottage at Mt. McOrcgor where tho body of Oeneral (J runt then rested. These events, which pass ns n singular coincidence In this age, would have tilled all Home with alarm and horror If happening there un der similar circumstanoes 2000 years ngo. Chicago Herald. Kaiser'willlam. A correspondent ot tho Paris Nows, writing from Qasteln, says: This village Is near Salzburg, a town In Austria famous for Its old fortress-castle and a quaint oemetery un the mountain side, In which are buried seven women, wives of a very wicked man who murdered them ono after the other by tickling their feet till they died. The Kraperor William comes to Uusteln every year to stay, usually about three weeks. Ills visit Is always looked forward to with much Impatience, ns the benevolence nnd kindness of the nged monarch are wen estauusiieu iacis. The Kuineror's dally life here Is very stmnle. lie Is no longer stronir enoucrli to make long walks, and the roads to all tho holghts aro extremely fatiguing; but he takes his dallr constitutional alonir tho Kaiser promenade regularly as far a little inn with a nlce'crrden looking on to the snowy mountains that divide Uavarla from Austria. He takes his baths nhvnys at the Uadenschloss, where ho lives, nnd where everv tlar seven gentlemen recelw Invitations to dinner. me r.mperor is kiiiu anu agreeable to everybody, and the Austrian ladles are particularly overjoyeu ai uis irieniuy wuvs. ns tber nrn not nemiatmiieil In such condescension In their court circles. Hut Ills majesty has very few intimate friends. One of these Is the Countess Lehcndorir-Slcinart. who lives with her daughters In tho Villa So tilde. The uoumess anu ner iiusuanii try to invite around them all those elements of so ciety nt U lintel n that nro lit for Ida Im perial presence, and In return for their Kiniiuess lie goes anil takes tea at thu villa three or four times every week. The young ladles also get up private Ihcatrleals tb amuse the old gentleman. A llttlo autl-room divided from the oar. lor by a wide glass door Is lilted up as tbe stage, and the roles aro played by olllcers of the Emperor's suite aud ladles irom society iiereaoouts. Kvery llrst-class dealer sells Opera runs cigarettes, avohi injurious imita $S0 Cash Will buy several lots containing 8 acres of ground, with water, two miles from Main plara and ono mile from San Pedro springs. Also '27 ncres, with good Im provements, adjoining said lots, can be jures. inquire oi To Water Consumers. Water rates, according to contract Willi consumers, are payanie in auvance, at the olllco of the company, on 1st Feb ruary. May. August and November. Karly payment is advised, ns by so doing, consumers will be saved the an noyance attending the outtlng off of the waier supply. 10-lm Waikii Works Company. BARGAIN COLUMN. Parties Wishing to Bay, Rent or Sell Should Consnlt this Column. a srLKMim nAitrms. A well Improved farm, situated two hundred yards from station al Moore Hollow, on the International railroad. In a good, healthy country, containing 1400 acres of land all under frnce ; C5 In cultivation, a irood frame house of six rooms, dining room and kitchen, all sur rounded by gallery ; stable, barns, batit bouse ; garden, all In good order; wnler from a tank and well; to be sold for cash. If desired some cattlo and horses will bo sold on the place at their mark ket value: possession given nt snort notice. Title perfect anil warranted. For particulars address or call on "L 0." Price $13,000. VALUABLE LAMU roll KAI.R. &I0 acres -on the Leona river, about iV) acres Irrigable; mcsqiilte timber plentiful; situated 8 miles below Uvalde on the west side. All tbe Improvements,. wnii sugar mm, o.'.ou. Aiiurcss "I.. C," care this olllce. poo acres on the It o r o. nnrllv Irri gated from the Krlo river. Situated In Uvalde county, l'J miles from railroad. About miO acres under good fence. Ad dress "L. C," tills olllie.Prsco f (!,() A CIIKAf ItANCII. 'or salo at a barealn. A ranch on the IrySalado, 11 miles from San Antonio In llexar county. 40 acres under fenee and cultivation, out of 2s0 acres. Uood tanks, farm house and eow pens. All In good order. Title perfect. (lood pluoe tor stock raising. Price $1,UN). Ad dress "L. C." this olllce. ft-10-tf HOOD SMALL FAItH. Fourteen miles from San Antonio on the Calaveras creek, containing 100 ncres of land, M acres under cultivation, one bouse with two rooms, stable, a good A very desirable nronertv. as a sum mer resilience or dairy, 20 minutes drive from Main niar.a. consisting ol 00 acres of land under fence, a good dwelling noiise wiiii six rooms nnu uauerys, kitchen and store room, a good cistern nnd wnter tanks, K) head of milk cattle, horse and farming Implements. For inrticuiars auuress "1.. t;.," caru light rico 7,000. 12 acres of land fenced between the San Antonio river and the San Jose ditch, three miles from San Antonio. Uood looatlon for a dairy. Price $2,700 ni neau improved milk cows nnu heifers; price $18 all around. IKitntiliilietl In iski.1 NARCISO LEAL, Z)i Dolorosa street, hi lwren Main nml .Military i-luziis. Live Stock Exchange, HUItKAU OK INriHtMATION. LABATT & CO., Mrirkt't street. Grain Depot Wholesale ami Kctnll. Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay PROPOSALS FOR PLUMBING. ami Antonio, Tux., August T, IwTi. ) SEALED IMtOIDSALS, In tripllcHto, lul.Ject to u m ill condition!", will ho rfruliLil ut till oilico until Uii'clock, not in. on tho ltli day or St-nu-1 ii bur, liwfi, at which tltno and plnco they leri. for hirniihlnjr material andilolnir uliunli inif worn, in connection viin comtruciion oi H bulliIliiKd. at San Antonio, Tuxas. iieuonllnii to plans and speclflcatloni on Qlo Inthlsolllee, winch will ho shown, blank proKnalfl fur nislied, ami full Information as to manner of lilddlnir, and terms of contract Riven, on ajU cation. Tho novrrnmont reiervi'titha rlirht tn rolect tiny or all proiHigaU. I!nveIoies oontalnlnir propoHiils uliould ho marked: ',roKnaU for I'lumblntr," ami ad auir-T..L-KJtVBt'i.lu.l I Texas andStLouisR.R. Tiutounii LINK rilOM Connecting In Union Depots with Through Trains tn all points ; north; ..MP...;, east; PULLMAN DAY COACHES, PULLMAN SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS Hull Through to St. I.ouls Without Change! Don't buy a ticket to any noint Nortl or Knst until you learn our rates anil facilities tor your com or t while travel Inc. For mans, rates anil full lnforuia tlon apply to any agent of this company or 10 Soul Fourth Strut, St. LouU, Mo., 11UILD1NG LOTS Tun Inn hiilt.llnir r,ir,i,. JJ lots, slio HOiUU foot, In a healthy portion nr inu cny. rnoo taw. Atiuross u. J ItlgDlOlQW. SuBiiCiai MUSIC! !Aavo orileri for lliielltiiatin's I Plrlnir llan.1 nt Krlach's Hall. I n slltcen Mimlclana furnished. MUSEUM or Natural History BAN PEDEO SPniNQB. At tickets nnlr wtll Ailmtt tn thf. miiai'iiu rlsllnnl are rr.iilcslf.1 to t.tirchase same 1 ilranra mm Mr. Kirt.lc, the iark lessee. TIIH lltUHt) Of DIIIKCTOH.' D. QUASSO, Merchant Tailor, 29 and 21 MUn plan, Uttr Frtnch Building, LUrire nil'! tine line of Fall atid Winter Ham letiol Hull l'nlli rn which will ,. inlintl N Jefdred, Hull muds' to nnli-r at New York hi ami nt iftiarnntecd. Liiltorin tor or nlZHtfon; a UMTlaltr. A new inetti'ol of lio. Miliar Hiithlliir. iriii.rHiitff In the Color. Itealrintr irouiitl done Kuanm Two Brothers Saloon, Corner Commerce and Alamo Streets, tHII.l.NKI III.OCK. Keep tho I-'lnefiMini'orti'd Wines, (hnni ifrne and l.t'iutir. tifM-clnltle In I lie fliiini ramU or Jltnnestle and Imir1ed Climrt. i.ine and set Kirst-clats trentlrnien's re irt. Fine lunch dally nt 111 tt'clot k a, in. F. GROOS & CO., BANKERS, And Dealers In Exchange. ,VN ANTONIO, I i i TKXAH . H. T iNTiiv, ITl. J. W. (Ii.mm, V P. Jta.r. llinut'iisliU-r. HAN ANTONIO, TK..XAN. TRANSACTS K GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, 8. At.t:XAlKll, Anrtl A. Ai.kxaniii I'rcslilciil. Assl.tHl.t LlMtlllT. Texas National Bant 'San Antonio 2S8 Commercfl Slrct, tiTinmi7i.il Tai'ita.. f V Aiu In Iiii.ioi A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, Auction Commission Merchants, Kent Katnto Agent, nml General Collectors Ilavo ample store t Knments, or sell th action ut No. 7 Wei lock. Bell & Bro's No. 381, Commerce Htrcct, Site and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches anil Jewelry repaired. Charges rcasonahlu. Wc take pleasure In Bhow Inirour goods, anil nurchascrs are Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 13-l-ly DENTISTRY. O. A. Joii.vaiON. II. M. Caiuioll, Drs. Johnston & Carroll, Thank tholr patrons tun) the puhllo irontTAlly them. They now unnounco lliatt owlnif to tho KriBfiit tin limes, tticv will ilu work tit the i FutlK)tori4Teutli(hcst inatorlal) 10 OO ooid Fmiiie.(Biuniuiio) i oo UoM Filling (iiio.lluin) 00 Anmltrtm or Hlltrr 1 00 UlnlDs;Tieth from 1 to 11 OO KtrcU"cTth. . .fromflOoto 1 00 All other work In proiMrt Ion. SutlafRctlnn itl or money r y--T-iy PATENTS, Cavents, Ito-Issuca and Trad(-Marks securtit, and all other t intent onuses tn the Patent Otlieo ml Iteforu tho Courts promptly uud carefully tlon, I maku careful examination, and adviso as tu patentability Free of Ulmrse. KICKH MOIIKKATK, and I tnako Nl UI1A1U1K UNI.KHH 1'ATKN r IH h IX' lilt 1 11). Information, adrlco and special reference sunt ou application. J. H. I.ITTKLL, Washlnston. I). O, Near U, B. Talent OQIco, a. s. cheyalierT Lawyer, Collector, Notary Polilic, ia Bolodtid Stroot, SAN JANTONIO, TEXAS. R. A. HOLLAND, WhctanU and ntail Tea Dealer Coffee Roaster n Ml.'l f NO, 14 COMMERCE STREET. tmporiatwrt of Frtnth nml Etigttith tabU UUcticit a ipfctatty, O'fte ixttxAed una ground tvrry day, Trat of all grada anA TO THE PUBLIC Ami llra.lsnf Famlllrs. llmnoVrrim. Ilntrls 1 incl it jr, la.tli W..1.1-1 XtiKk MIltKKl.N AN1 1IOMKST1C n uROCERIES! Iltrrjlhlnir tlusrnntecii as Itepresenteit. ARANSAS PRESC0TT& CO, Cor. Houston and Holeilntl Hts. larriagea Wagon Shop o - CORNER HOUSTON STREET AND AVENUE E. Piccla1 atti'titlnn irlii'iitntlip iiianufm-tiirlnir of CarrliiKt-s. Iluifslt-a nml Wairtnis In all III Also til .MllllKl.S'll (If I1IIII8I:H, N. 11,-l'alnlliiK.TrliiiiiilnK nml ltcalrliiK nil linrl nollrc. Alllasklsalrlal, JOSEPH HERMANN, ,.,, rk-tor. r.II.A.HKr'KIiU . M. HKHWKCK. E. A. SEFFEL & CO,, SKIN AND KIIKHCC PAINTERS, Landscapes, Decorative and Art Work. riM'. HIIINS A BIIXIAI.TV. sp nalntlnir. irlaxlnir ami all wi.rh talnlnir In tli liusliicas n.iiiitty ath'lx! ami satlsfavtliin KUaranleil. 811(11' AND omci:: N. Alitmo St., Opp. .JonUo ItriiH., KAN ANTONIO. Tl AH. I l lj WASHINGTON COR, W. COMMERCE AND LAREDO STS, RUDOLPH SINGER, Proprietor. EM.OYAL I Uetufvcil to now works. Sunset road, ticaf Kast Comtncrco street, and aro now rea.tr tn do all Units ot Casting in Iron and Brass, Keep on hand all kinds of Mill and Oln Ma- cblnery. Hepalrlnir done on short notice Old quarters fur rent on I'rcsa street. Veraniendi Garden and Bar! meetlo Wluos, MU HOT FREE LUNCH FROM 10 TO 12 M. A Mexican restaurant Is attuohod for tho prcptinitlon or natlonul dishes fmr MO DAMKKN St CO. FRANK -ST AUR, Wholesalo ami Itetall Dealer In Fish and Oysters Am nirent for tlio fnllowlnir select bran.la of tlstersi llerwlck Hay, Mataimnla liny. Now I irleans ImU: Mobil.. 1-laiit. Illlml I'lunl. XXX Kel.et uii.1 Mivt, Kbrlinti, Crabs, lianl ami soft shell. Will ilc liver koimI to any part or lllti city rreo or eharire, anil will promptly riRST-CLASS RESTAURANT III CONNECTION. 1 am constantly reclevtnir fresh tnioila by KxpresH, for pnKif I rcter you to Wells I'artro twi WirruLMKftlr.u (uU lnfonnUur.,ddrwCl IvArMt Ml Ot., lUS WuLUitfU bL, UUko, 111. 1 iVv its' ijr it wtlon. lo not wnfounit ll trtSSra ..tu " wUI' jh-w mi. DAN J. C0I.T0N. 'BTItlOTLY COL.TON & AUCTIONEERS gl COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2, 4 and 6 W. Houston St.. at Bridge. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT NND SOLD. I'iw will fiml it to your i,haMagt, btjort jmrthatxnj tlsnehtrt, to call and txamuu Urge Atiortmrnt of SEW ANU SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS, tuch I'arlvr SnUi, IM-lloom Srt; Dining-lUxym, lCUthrn ami Oflict FurnUurt, CrocUrv. Wntlmtrf, in;, Hated Wan, Tin Wart, V"ttm, 11 ipol. Mux ami Murtl Mattmia on hand ami tnadt to ordtr; Canva$ Cott and Ittd .Vtoiji of all dacriptioMi lduru, itirrori, I'ianot, Vcrambulatort; a largt atfort- it of fun Clock, Uim, iwolt, Sum Cattt, Fxrt and llurylar Proof Safu, liar m Fixturrt anil other tnuallantom tfftttt too numerom to mention: aUo llorut. JlHiri, Carriaga, Wagon, llama; SaillUt muf lllankitt that uilt U lotd at pnett within thi reach of tveryboily. Our House and FOIl SALE. Furniture uiHiii.lt'ti') of no K-nNun house, mise hill of iHHinl.-ri: M iilml iiMWtlnn. A iltieih.ttiee fur it lit i, PiicrtrHk inrly. File flue litllUtllitf Inls im IliwWU.rrv ilm t. lMtwi-ii Noliitt iiikI I 111 root. lliHMif tin) imwt I'nintMo nti.i mirnctho hulMhnr sltn In tin i-IU. SUn Ml run. Vmhy tctmsiiirinl tnniir- Tw.ii. n, mtU) unis llnltlmon mutiuo, Hh 4 room lnuc, tun Im iiimliunl tin wry it tine nuMi'iwT un Avi'inie O i IismiI nt low iltriiris. I'Uw Invest n 'Vmi t (U'simlilu tots on Turk im-n Uirsiiiii, A ixxiy. iiliHi tim hixI hurncss. eoiiiiU tt. A enry turnout for IhiIIcs. if nmrknuly tlinii. Fiitirrnotn hoiw, Mitsitn kltrlirn, hull Mini irnllcrlcs. cornt-r k iintl Twflftli stm-t. A wrll-ntiiitriM'tol nk house. 4 rotiins mrfl fc.1t4-.it n, ntftiil riNir, two ifKllirlis. amble a ml dirrtiiif'' house, li)lruitt wnter, sltntlo Inns sml shrutiU rj : n w ry roxy home nt n irreat liHriruliion Aumj" In twetn Hvwnlli and KUfhtli stietts, A new patent Champion HcrrlnaV KHfe, It liK'hi-s ileep, 4 fiet hifliis tut I. In, & fei t Inches ImkIi. Itishle tnenniireiiienl j sultAlile for Urtre eomnieieiitl house ,ur eoimty munis, t.an Ihi Im.l tit nrt'iimrkiilily low tlKure. Nits I, 3 ami t, n l.lot-k K, siitfllvlsloii or orltrlnalclty lot No. ', ilistrlcl No. I, ranirtsS nnu .steryviieun. Uils lan-l JMnMiKkaM-onierUUorAvcmK ami KIlintK tli ttrcti A ilwelTlnirliousu with two lots lnisMil feet, east or Ool eminent hill, house 3 rooms, fill, tcry, shK'te trees, etc. I'rUu i;ui. 'I wo houses, rrameil, eelle.1 nml weather Isonnletl, 'i iriillerlesi each houso eontnlns d rooms nii'i kiu nen, ifnilio t lies, shade 1 lots UifMH rift, on Caiiuruii stret It wilt sell at A voitaire. of 4 rooms, h)ilraut water, lot 3)x J) ai as, on Hun klai w si ret 1 1 Hill sell elu up. A 4 room house, nicely nn1shcl,out housen, w'lh twnlt.tseut.il 1 W kill varus, enclosed nn. ileriiiMH) fence t one or th niosldeslrahlfl n ihciicv loeaiioiis in Hie eil,irner INnlan MaeklHTryslretS a Knat Ittriraln on UlN-rat terms. A fiu-nrru rami In lleinr county, 11 miles eiintor iiui Antoiiiu, iilttly mprovel. Three small houses oti HriMikH slreet, U tHeeiiOlHenml MiukUrry streets. HfVinn-.ru hmise. No. inn Nurlh OIHc itarriirllciilnr attention given to Outslilo .Sales. Conalj-nmcnts BollcHctl. JifKest Auction llousu In West Texas. Klnc Display Itooins. Hales every ritemlay, TliursUay and .Satunlay. COLTON & BOT-iTOlST Auctioneers, Kent Kstute and Cotntnlsslon Merchants, 2, l, and C W. Houston Bt FOR JOB PRINTING, Call at the Light Office, No. 2 10 E. Com mcrce Street. Low Prices- j. w. miAut.i:v, Bradley & Groesbeeck, Real Estate Exchange for Texas and Mexico, 402 Eaot IIouBton Stroot, San Antonio, Texas. City Properties and Large Bodies of Land a Specialty. Will liny anl flell t.nmls, RiMlies ami City I'rnperty nn Commission. Lands subdlrlUed anil Plata rurnlNhoil. Titles or-liltieil tut 1 oerrectod. AbatmcUnr titles rurnlahod for reason i p.ild tn all parts or tho "CITY DRUG STORE," 8 COMMERCE STREET. SAM AHTOHIO. TEXAS. ti hand, a full assortment of uuded at all hours. Tclcphono HARRY L. FOWLER, (.SUCCEMOK TO U1CE UHOTIIEHil ft CO. 1 4 W. Houston St., San Antonio. . .DKALKlt IN .. .. Pure Drugs, Medicines, Combs, Brushes Fancy Toilet Articles, Etc. Prescription" a sH-clalty. Hoods onU'iol by TcU-phono Delivered to Any PartJofatno City. Tclephono No. icjh. M ly NEW DRUG STORE 1 One Ooor North of Court House.' A full nml complete stock of Drugs, Chemicals nntl Fnnsy Articles of all klmls. Prescriptions carefully prepared at all hours by experienced apothecaries. JAMES D. DEVINE, Proprietor. Sunset Drug Store, 533 AUSTIN STREET, A full lluoof Dmirs nnd ICliemloals always JOHN U.BODENMANN, Proprietor, SUN - SET SALOON. Opposrto tho Passenger Dopot, on Austin Streoi Constantly on lioml. a frootl supply of Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors, Wines and Cigars. I'ollte and attentive barkeepers. Everything llrst-class In all branches. JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor. JOHN II. B0I,1Wi 1IUHINK8S." BOLTON, Cutlrry, Etc, Cooking ami Hiating Stota, Estate Agency. Threo hunilltHl and Iwentv aeres nf liml fence-I and Improved, 8 miles west of Han An lonln, eiiclofte, with rood fence, plenty itrass ml water ami tlmUri will sellata hariraln. roil KENT. Thn-' housin on Itelvln slreet, at 117, llfl tid III iNr inontli. Illtlrant water. A few steps rnmi street tars. houso nn Duval street, f IS xr Tlin-hMnn houso .on Croshy street, 17 per houso oti North Leona street, ft iuuso on Austin street, IIS icr houioon Austin street, $10 per No, 21 Avcnuo 11, for f U per house. No. 110U North flllvo outh. Threo i ontli. tnit, at IIA per mouth. Threo-ronm houso on ll rooks street, between OlUu and llaokbvrry streets, ftf ier month. PUUOnABINO AQENOY. Wo haw opened, for tho licneflt nf people hvlnir distant from tho city, a (1KNKUA1 I'tMtUllAHl.NO AND COklMlSHlUN 1IUHI N tH, and will promptly nil all orders for any artlcloufinerciiaudisv you may neod, sarin ou tho eost or travel and at tho saiuotlmo sri vlnjr you tho bjI vantage of buying; at tho lowest market prices, our arrangement with tho wholesalo houses beloir such that they will payour rommlasluns, not tbe buyer, thus glv inirjoti thosamo advantages as If you werfl heiu lu person. If you wish to purchase llress Gools, Clotbltur, lists, l 1111 n err, or t'rockerr,flasswaro, lto.i. bhocs, or llsrd ware. pleasu wrllo us for prices, rates of freight, cto. Wo will cheerfully vivo aoy In formation desired. BUSINESS FOR SALE, A restaurant outfit, with all lu furniture and ll renin built or lumber, oook ranire,oouii ler. show oases, tables, chairs, eto, I also piano. Will sell at ttbariralD. PnOPEUTY WANTED, A two story house; modern Improvement! fair sUcd lot, at reason bio Oku res. MONEY WANTED, (In the lK-st real estate securities. LOANS NEGOTIATED. pproed se J. N. aitORSIIEECK, Notarr l'ubllo Utato. Business with tbo titato departments at Perfumery and Toilet Artie orders promptly delivered. OPPOSITE SUHSET.DEPOT.