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W. L. WINTFH. GIFFORD, JOHNSONS WINTER I ROWUIiTOHS PuUlahcO dully, ciwpt Bun.lfl), atttO But Commerco atreet. Delh cred lij carrleri thrughout I ho jtty. Single cnple for talo br newi-boyi at A conta. Subscription, per year t500 la ad vun co. AltVKltTlSINO UAT1I f 1 Wi 5 fN) H 00 f 1I0U WO IKl IV4 00 Pm cIiI rale 8 (riven on larger apuco and long tlmo at'vcrtlecmcntu, U'gn adrcrtlnementa I CO kt Incli first In ert Ion ?3 conta per Inoli inch auluMfiueiit In nrrt Ion Truateei' mica tl 00 per Inch first fn srrtlon 36 oetttfl t-ach Insert Ion nftcrrtirds. Heading matter, editorial pRre,35 cents jer Inn each Insertion. Ical columns IW cent first insertion i 10 cent first week, 6 cents after first week. Special rates on M and Ml lines running for month. Home advertisements payable on first of each month Transient advertising lrtyahte In advance Only metal cuts printed. All contracts must bo appro ed by the Itus! ness Manager Subscribers not receUlng tholr pair "HI pleaso make complaint to the omen. 8uh scrlbers aro warned not to pay their subscrip tion except upon presentation of a properly receipted bill Irom this ufllcc. M'lXIAt. NOTICIm Mr. (1. I. UtK'iner and Henry Schumacher aro a ithorlietl 9ol lot tors and Collectors Tor Tut: I.ioiit, and their receipt, ai mretit, will bo duly rccoynltud. Mr. Ituemer will have charge of the delivery of the city subscription department, and all cuiiiplulnu and notice or chanjres trhen to cither of the atKive, or left at thcolllcr, will U' promptly utunded to. No member of the firm, or any emp tho Lioiit olllce, has authority to cont id any liabilities In the tiaino of the firm. And no bills will lo reeogniced or paid unless tho same Is apprmed by tho undersigned. TIIOMAH II. JOIINNON, JIutuieM ManaKcr and Treiisurer airroiiD, Johnson i. Wintek. THIS PAPER P.Vu Ju?M5Jw"?i ItAll.liOAI) TIMK TAIII.K. Now Tlnif, Caril In KITect .1lf 17, IBHa, I, A II, N. Itallrnxl. lierAiirl'iit:. For Rt. Iiul, via Mn. I'm mull' 4:10 . tn V'ur tt. Ilulu, in I rtin Mountain . II. :m a. tn. i Mn Ill-Mi I'. :i.r. p. Vtt,t! )., II. & H. A. 1(A II.IIOAII, TKAIN8 TO NEW OIIIXAN8 IIA1I.V. Through Kiprraa Una!, Il.llj. Iz-hvo for Nt-w Orlcaua, Hon -ton ami lUltt lavciorNoiv6rlcna, iiti ion aua Ualita- .....is p. m. Aril. Orlftaoi, Houilun Hn.l Gal- 1 s I'. Hirouih 17..I. fjcftvo for Ban l-'ranotaco, Kl '&p Arrive from bun Francisco, 111 1'n Hn.l Kailo T.M p. m. anil hwlo Saturday. October 31. 1885. Waco lias hail another murder, In which tin ngctl negro man killed nnollier negro with nn ax. Tito cause was al leged Intimacy with the old innn'a young wife. Tiik visiting brethren "ho attended the Volkfctare now cotnplalnlngabout tho want of value received for money rent at tho VolUfeat. The Oennan impers on the outalde all criticise the af fair very vigorously. Tiik funeral of the lato General George li. Mct'lellan will take place on Mon day, at Trenton, New Jersey. Governor Abbott litn liaucd a proclamation re questing that all business be suspended on that day, and that the Statu uillltla wear mourning for CO days. It h a good thing the 133,(100 Demo cratic majority In Tuas got a showing In the few appointments already made, for In the sight of the recent order ol the President, the hungry fellows will have a powerful long time to wait before they can fully explain their needs. Tiik small-pox epidemic at .Montreal, Is one of the worst that has ever alllicted that city. Business Is prostrated by It n id to this an exceedingly heavy snow storm has added to the common distress. Jluch of this trouble was caused by a failure to use proper sanitary measures at the first breaking out of tho disease. Tiik troops which were tent to the Indian Territory In the summer to quell the threatened Indian dlfllcultles have about all been ordered back to their posts, and now the boomers are making a raid upon the Oklahoma lands. Jlr. Cleveland will now have an opportunity to show them how to walk Spanish on the double quick. Gamiiuno openly seems to bo ono of the last arts In San Antonio, Judging from the recent trials. The county olll clals having Inaugurated the crusade, makes It more than obligatory upon the part of the elty administration to see that the law Is complied with to the ful lest; extent, outside of any techlnall- tlcs, and It Is safe to say that the busi ness will be fully stopped. Tiik directory of the Ban Antonio and Aransas I'ass railroad, who have secured an amendment to the charter authoriz ing the extension of the road to tli northwest, aro ready from now on to begin operations, hut have concluded not to force matters. It was like beg. glng to get even a trilling concession on tho line to the south, and the managers of the road havo concluded to let those who arc to be beneficiaries take some of tho labor and responsibility In starting the line to tho north ivcst. Those who are so anxious to see this extension should open the ball, and move towards getting rlght-of way, and other substan tlal aid. It Is only In this way that San Antonio will get her much-needed northwestern railroad connections. A vr nirroiiD Am way If the Times "has gone over the ground" regarding the water works, the puhllo would like to know what the matter with going over It again, see ing as how ono man will no doubt be elected Alderman on that Issue to-tiny. Fiihi H'aiiu'h sentence of ten years In the penitentiary, I the beginning of the change In pttbllo opinion which haslet moneyed forgers and defaulters escape In the past. As n schemer his r.coril Is at the top, and his swindling operations were only restricted by tho limits of his Held of operations, while he looked up on the distress, care and troublo ho oo caloned, as masterpleres In llnanelnl operation. The beginning Is n good one, and If the sentence of this Napoleon of Wall street to ten years In tho peniten tiary, will In any manner atone for the great wrong lie commltled, public opin ion will tin initialled. Tin iik has been a general snrprlio at the accuracy of facts and llgures which havo been published In tho I.liiliT on the subject of the water works. They aro In all cases from tho records, and sulll clent data on the subject has been accu mulated to carry on tho discission for something moru than year. Tho I.ioiii frankly admits that while It can make a tolerably good general ncrnge, It yet Is not equal to the Times, which paper rays It cut over the ground fully, presumably In two or three Issues of that energetic paper. Hut the Lioiit does not think tho subject Is of so trltnl a character that It can b" discussed In one paper, or In n month, and for that reason tho I.iuin readers will bo certain of getting n great many statistics on this subject, which will show them that city administrations do not always rep resent tho tax-payers In the wny of economy ami for future good. A i-iiii ii'oi-nric, who has been Investi gating tho matter, oncludcs that "the owner of a houso and lot, the fnrmer, the manufacturer, tho merchaut, the men who onn In the atrgregale about two-llfths of the actual wealth or tho State, and who compose the prtiductlro element, pay three-quarters of the taxes; while those who own ll.o remaining threc-llfths pay only one-fourth tho tuxes." These parlies who own tho threc-llfths have it In the shape of dia monds, watches, and tho costly oddsanil ends of luxury, In the shape of laces. line npparcl, costly plate, etc., and almost without exception Is the value misrepresented. A fairer system or vnluatlon, anil less evasion on tho part or all, would equalize tho burdens of taxation, anil they would thereby full upon those who could and should pay them. The man w ho owns only a house and lot pays the full valuation all the line, and receives but little considera tion, vthcrens his wealthy neighbor can rate his many pieces of property much to his ndvantage anil out of proportion as regards their real and actunl value. "WiioKvmtwlll point tho way to a re duction of the average cost of living," says Ilradstreets, especially tho aver age cost of food, will confer upon man kind a boon of tho first Importance. Therooanbo no question that st pres ent there is n cunslderable amount of waslo which might bo prevented In the consumption of even the most necessary foods. How shall we discover the di rection In which this wasto goes on and how provide for Its prevention? Here Is a problem worthy of a scientist, the economist and Die philanthropist. The way to a fruitful Investigation of the problem has been pointed out by that unwearying student of economies, Mr. EUwt.nl Atkinson, In a recently pub lished address on the application of sci ence to the production and consumption otrooil. Atbest thomargin upon which the average man has to depend to pro cure bis food, olothlng and nheltcr Is a narrow one; Mr. Atkinson placet! It st Irom 10 to 13 cents per day. In what way can tho revelations of science help man, especially the laboring man, to lite within this average Income?" Tin: Washington correspondent or the Cleveland Halndealer, writing ot tho rresldcnt and his olllce-seeklngvisltors. says : "Men como and mako their per sonal applications for olllce and express congratulations and recommend friends. It is one continual, never-ending grind, nnd when bo is through with those- In his private olllce he goes below Into tho East lEoom and shakes hands with a large crowd that is gathered there. In this way a vast amount of valuable tlmo Is wasted. Hut what can an ono do about it? This Is a Hepubllo. The President belongs to everybody. He Is tho perennial circus and must be seen and shook. Hut the curious thing would seem to be that so many people bellevo that they can advance their own Inter ests ;by seeing him. If a man.ls sure or doing exactly the right thing nnd saying the right sentence and knows that his papers are all good and that they aro likely to come up soon ho may do some thing by calling. Hut tho probability Is strong that tn four cases out or lite mora hurt than good Is accomplished. If n man Is too cheeky, the impression is not good. If lie Is bnshrul and appears diffi dent It Is disastrous. There are very few people who can meet ft stranger under tho circumstances that an olllce-sccker must meet the President and not labor under a disadvantage." O.n tiik subject of a deep-water con nection, the Savannah, (Georgia) News, says : " The counties of Southern Texas propose to havo a convention for the purpose or promoting the Interests of Aransas Pass. The Galveston nnd Hou ston papers are not very enthusiastically In favor of tho movement, and want It converted into a State, ltlver and Har bor convention. Perhaps they think an Aransas Pass convention would not pro mote tho deep-water Interests of Gal veston harbor;" to which the Houston Post adds: "Speaking for Itself, tho Post will say that It does not object to the movement In favor of Aransas Pass. On the jcontrary, It commends the en terprise of the people of Southwest Texas, but has no Idea that any Texas port will ever recelvo a sufficient appro priation from the General Government, until a combined State effort Is brought to bear In one given direction. For that reason the Post has been attempting to stir tip Interest In the matter," A com bined State effort Is all right enougli now, seeing that Galveston's chances nr ii slight, In the opinion of the people of that locality, nnd as a matter of local Interest Is nil well enough, as they would have nothing to loso In such an effort; hut what Southern nnd Western Texas wants Is n special convention In the. Inlcrestof Aransas Puss, at which time resolutions nnd memorials should ho adopted or a positive- charaoter, showing tho success or the work already done, nnd the great need or a sulllclcnt appropriation to mako that point what It cm he. the best deep-water port on the Gnir. Sn.tiitvi of tho works of art which are practically burled from sight In somu of the Government departments In Washington, "Cnrp," of tho Cloveland Leader, goes on to say i "Kow strangers get a sight of tho portraits of Ilnnlcl Webster and Lord Ashbtirton which hang In tho diplomatic reception room of the Slate department. They wero painted nt tho tlmo of tho Ashbtirton treaty, away back In the forties. The artist gnvo one pair to Webster nnd tho other to tho Kngllth .Minister, Lord Asltburtnn, who helped make the treaty. Lord Ashbiirlou took his pictures to Kngland. Tho others rcmnlned In the Webster family, and were the only things saved by tho heirs from the flro at Mars llcld somu years ago. Congress bought them of I Inn'l. Webster's son's widow nnd lewed her down to $3000 nplcco In pay ing for them, in au ante-room, also de voted to the diplomats, there are por traits of William II. Seward and Daniel Weuster and n life-size plcturo of tho Hey of Tunis, which was presented In 1S0." by the Hey himself to tho United States Government. In the ante room nt the opposite end of the corridor thero Is n lino collection of photographs and crnyons representing the different Secretaries of State. In the Navy department and that or War you w ill II nil pictures or tho men who have been at the bead of them from thu beginning. Tho public buildings nru In fact portrait galleries mailo up of line paintings of tho prominent men of tho nation slnco tho days or Hamilton and Hiirr, The collection of portraits of tho Secretaries of tho Treasury Is very line. Here you may see Alexander Hamilton, Albert Gallatin, William II. Crawford, Judge Tuncy, Thomas Kw Ing, Salmon P. Chase, and In fact almost every Sec retary rrom 173'J to 18S3, It Is thu same In tho Attorney-General' olllce, a place which few men visit and strangers never. Still, hero Is nu old family portrait of Kduiunil Itandolph, tho first Attorney General of the United States, and the man who had a fuss with Washington; a line portrait of I.evl Lincoln, painted by no ono knows who, and others of Hvnrts, Stanton, Alpbonso Tnft, John J. Crittenden, and in fact of every leading lawyer who has ever been a President's constitutional ndvlser." A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. CniUnln Solcmnn, Schooner Wey mouth, plying between Atlantic City and New lork, had been troubled with it cough so that he was unablo to sleep, and was Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption. It not only gave him Instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness In his breast. Ills children were similarly affected and a single dose had the samo happy effect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy In the Coleman house hold and on board the schooner. Freo Trial Hottles or this Standard ltemcdy at A. Droits' Drug Store. He Never Found Anything as Certain. Hon W. M. Ilrown, ex-Comptroller, In a letter or March JO, Ibb'J, says: Dr. J. J. Tobln, Austin: Dear Sir: Having, during tho past year, used the remedy prepared by you, known ns Ilepatozone, 1 take pleasure In stating that It has proved to be what Its name Implies, a liver Itemedy. 1 have round no alterative and purgative more certain or freer from unpleasant effects, and noHo so elllcnclous In mousing a tor pid liver to the performance of Its proper functions. W. M. HltOWN. Hcpatozonu cures constipation, head aches and restores tho appetite in all cases. Ask your druggist for It. a ITT? THE BEST TONIC ii'l I'urlflr. Him IUoi Yr",T."' l"hl Imliirnlr. Oluritli.cnii.lniiun and ninko. U kli, Mnnoth. It .din nrt I.Iikon ttio tlh, cn. lio.J.i-to, linnlma cunli!liMill- ill as n, i,rlj,, ' Ml". PlJZltrril IUIUIi tlPmnll Am. Mllu. kn;. !.. dm tint. i.f llt. Mill l4t 1 li.!- ul llrW. In.n niltKni mil It Iiu t.-n ktirnilailiialiiitxlii lilo. l. IliilMinUnrlliUItii lamrn' Hand Haui-on-hil and altn antiFall.Kri.n'in"!! Contagious ! I mn ii nallwi of Knirliuul ntul while I was In Unit country I eoulrtic-tc-ii ii tt-rrlliki IiUmhI poison, anil for two year, wan tiuiler tieat- an niiiHiiKir patient at Nottlnvliaiii Hospital. Knirlanil. Imt i el. 1 1 fereil tliu moat iifrunlzlnir tmlna In mv I anil waacovcri'il with Bores all over my Itmly ami limbs, finally I completely lost aft Ihiih. In that country, ami Balkil Tor Aincrk-ii, anil wimtieatiiiliit lluonou'lt, In tills illy, iia veil J hy a piiiinlnent pli)iclau In New York liavhur no connection with thu hospitals. I saw the wlvcitlsementtir Hwllt'a Upr-clllc, ami I iltti-rmlnnl loa-lio Itntrlul. I took six lioltlea ami I can uy with great Joy that limy I.. ri(l-.I) IIAU'OIII). New York City, Juno li, lSH!i In March of last jenr (ISKI) I contracted MomI polwin, and hclnir In Havannah, (la., at tho tlmo, 1 went Into tho hospital thorn for treatment. I sulfonl cry much from rheu matism at Hie samo tlmo. I iM not net well under llio treatment llicrc, nor was 1 cured by any or the usual means. I havo now taken ov en botilt e of gwllt'n gpccltlo anil am sound an; well, ll drovo Ihu Klon out throuidi bolls on tho skin. DAN UIAHV" free0""'0 00 UlooJ aml Skln D1"'BC mailed a?R.Wwl Dr"wor3' A,l""' Vrdl.t mn,l alrrsgtb, or ho ulTcr from luOrmlllr. pnallu I. Ibetr its, .LoulJ Irj BRCg5g SB NUW AI)VJ:itTI8KMI2NTS. Notice to Taxpayers. CITV COt.MMTMU'B OFI'iri I TIip n mlorwltf 11(1 lirreliy irhru iitl(i (hat Itin CITV Mi VAU)i:.M nnd 1'OM TAXES for tho iiiitnlcliml )crtr, IWOl, cn.llnjr Kcdrnnrj--W, Is now duo, and pnyntito im or licfnrc llii' rtflmtlon of tlxi'liito mentioned, I. C. IIAUI.IHI.N, irt-LiUm CltyCllTlnr. I nee JM0, 1 In Han Antonio uttirctMH J. A. II. IIOIMCK. K. Mt'O. NKWrnw, & Auction 0 Commission Merchants, ileal Kstnte Agents, and General Collectors. Have ample stnro room, and will store con- shrninenta, aui-tlo block. lottat'No. 7 Weat Houston street, t'otnal Wil. liKUTKn. Or.o. IlEUTKn. Two Brothers Saloon, Corner Commerce and Alamo Street, IIUM.NMl 1II.OUK. Keep the PlnrsMmpnrteil Wines, Cham rririiin and l.l'iiMsrn. Hpi-clilltlra In the tlnrst brands of Iiomestle ami Imported Cliram. Conn! nnd see 'v. Klrst-class ircntleincn s re sort. Flnu lunch dally al 10 o'clock a. tn. BATHS! Xnnltah nnri Vnnnn tint no tho Ih-kI Ihlntr for Ulieiiniai lniu. Cold a, nnd nil ykln I)jemen, nt A. ZILIAN'S, tf Corner Comniorco nnd Alamo Pin. ELITE RESTAURANT. NO. 7 S0UDAD STREET AND MAIN PLAZX. Oysters, Game, Fish and all tho Delicacies of the Season Sorvcd Day and Night. S tr-lli-st french c'iik In iliarire. purlins for ladles up stairs. JOHN LOUSTEMEAU & CO., PROPS. TOM IHU 111 K Attorneys at Law. KAMPMANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO. Will practice In all the Suite and Federal THE ALAMO CITY Short - Hand anA Tye-WritiDi Mas facilities for Imparting a Uitslncss Edu cation i-iiual to Ihu beat In fnslcrn or Northern cities. Address lor circular, W. C. I1UCKM AN. fresldent, KIMm nn n Antonio. Texas. Turner Mail Ban Corner Houston and St. Mnry'l Streets, Finest Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS Always on hnnd, l'orter. Ale, nnd Wines ED. DIESSELHORST riioritunoii. HUTCHINS Houston, Texas. Loading Hotel of tho Oity. noad quartors of tho Oommorolal Mon and Tourists. I'HOS. II. (JALK, - I'ltOritlKTOIt. HOUSE! 1'. a. inxnia, c. ii. iior.NcKi:, HOUSTON and Cistern Factory. MiinuTuclurerfl or nil kinds of Of livery Description. I1UHTAV I'Kl.TZK BIRNGRUBER & CO., Lager Beer Saloon, 334 South Alamo Stroot. J6TI''lne Luncli every day, with all the delicacies of the season. lO-'J-Sin IEC0ND-HAND BOOKS bought and sold all I Sotodad atroct.opposlte courthouse IMPORTANT If you dcslro city trado. ndvor tlso In tho Light, tho most generally read paper In tho oily, EYE! MR! NOSE! s, Kan, Nme or Throat, i and quickest relief and c MAN ANTONIO EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, Cor, of Houston and St. Mary's Sis., Which ! the moat thnmuithly titled up, and miiliiM,,! with even thhiK necessary, Including IheiWII and nperleiiMa hundreds or ensea can teatlfy who have been treated there) of anylnalllullon for llio treatment of thlp spe cialty In Inn Mouth or West. ItKVl-HKMCI'.S. The following nro only n few of the tnany m-raons who havo lie-en pencilled and cured by treatment at this luitltulloni .J"'. -'"- J. K. Ilolilnsoti, catarrh In throat, Han Anlonlni T. II, Johnson, catarrh In throat, tnnnager Ban Antnnlo Light! K, Kuhn, catarrh of llio head, Denver, Cul.t Mlaa Mary 1 raser, catarrh or tho throat and cars, Nowi Ucotlai Hank Newton, catarrh of the throat eics, pan Antonloi .Mlea II. Loundsbury, cntanli of Ihu throat and head. Ban Antonio.' ..?!'" 'A A: I'nsther. Bnn Anlouloi W. Illetert, lloerno! Jam, a Davis, Ban Antonloi Oeorge, son of w. c. Dauirhcrty, Bherlll Krlo , v. imugneriy, titicrlll r No ll, Tel.; W. W. Ilcrry, i:q . Han Murphy, Ban Antonio: IS. T. I J. II. Jones. .Major T.T.Tcel, AtitniUo! J. II. SI Allen, I'carsallt J. II. Jones, J J. (J. Dicrtncier. Ban Atilonlu. llm r.ysa-Il. I I. Ilrccillng. blcplinrltls cilia " Mi'J'ir T T. Tecl, ptcrjlunit II. O. Had state, gninular lids and keratitis) Frank New. ton, alilclurcilHchrjinnl ductal I.. II. Lambert, daughter, blennorrhicalo conjunctivitis! An ton Ha iiuiuda, aculo eoujunetlvllls! J W. t'nsey.daugliter.lrltls; Hathel llrcslln.chorol. d lla aoroaal W. A. t'arnahan. Irldn eft litis, all of San Antonio! II. J. Vincent, Uitulla, u evr nn corneal W. II Ilrown, Lcoavlllc.gran liar lids and kerato-lrltlsl W. J. llogge, Cagle l-ass, cataract! Oeorge IXH-abcrg, daughter, Castro; Hie, Btrabliama: JlaeeBorcll, llelmout, entrpplum and trichiasis! Ilobcrl drier, 1'ana Maria, pterygium and leukomas II. C, llurrn, llanclio, ehionlo conjunctlvltla and keratitis! A. O. Decker, Btoekdalc, traumatic ulcer ami hjpoploii! W, J. Tcrrlbcrry, Baltllln, Meiloo, trauuiHUo glaucoma. U-ln-tf EYE, EAR, THROAT! Clias. Deady.M. D.O. ctaCliir, t.itte BtirKfon t tho New York Oplitlmtiiila lloppitiil tn id I'roh'HM.ir nr Uphtlmlmoloiry Iti tho 4'4IJ-iru or tlio iNew Vork Onhtlmlinlo non. intnl. DiKt-iifacii or I.Vi:, IIAU.TIIUOAT imd MWi; tin eJieluhho vpx'lully, Itcliiittion lesttd it inl eoi rett jrltuwes prcserlltetl. oi fici; 104 t Houston hTUi;irr. Oillco liotirfl-II to 12 m.t H ton p. m. Nooflk-o hourtt on LKiilluy. litnldfiiic 4! Uoiuiinit tit-tt. TeleplHiiielC. leileneo,:i'll. y-lii:m TH-RUtql 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK. tfWi0 -v.hNQf. uM-AVfc, ill. "mass.5 r GA. TOR SALE BY J. E. Thomas, Agt. 220 Commerco St., San Antonio. HENRY LAAGER, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Real Estate and Loan General Avon! for Adami St WlckrV lots and Improved property In all partj of tlio city, Special Httentlon paid to Lnnds In Hoot hweal OlIIco 27 WcPt Comrncrco strwt. GEO. R. HINES, Real Estate and Loan Broker. LOANS NKIIOTIATISII. Improved anil Unimproved City Lots nnd Country Land for Sale and llcnt. ROOM S KAMPMANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO. TKXA8. AHGLE & MADDQX atl Commerco Street, LAND DEALERS AND AGENTS. Real Estate and Agonoy Duslnoss. WANTED -Kvcrj body to know that nice Job l'rlntlng Ii done at tho Light oillco at rilHI REPUBLIC OF MEXICO For rollable Infor J uiatlon about Jiloxtoo purchaso tbo book win f cN. ntYt' ., ouTor onpi-R. MISSOURIJPA INTERNATIONAL AND GREAT NORTHERN R. R. DIVISION. SOLID T jE-?. A I IsT S With All Jlialern Improvctnenli Hi rough lletwcen Galveston nl St Lonis . San Antonio ana St, Louis Via Texarkana, VlaDcnlson, Without Changoof Cara of nny Dcacrlptlon, and Only lino Change to Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Baltimore, Washing ton, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, And Other I'rlncl.nl Citlca In tho NORTH A. ND EAST. NlllvTolrl.'WilffiiliW.X'atlffiira VfnV.lllo'V,,'!-. J. S. MnriMAMAPA. Ticket Agent, ill Commerco Street. H P. HUGHES, I'. A., llouilon.Tcx. W 11. NEWMAN. T. M., nalicatnu, Tot. A. T. Hensley & Son t'CCK.OR1 TO SOtJI.lt WILLIAMS WliolcMiilo and Rental! Dealcr.s In Colors in Oil and Japan, Plate and Window Glass. Strictly Pare White Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Etc. 233 East Honslon Street, SAN ANTONIO. BYRNES OITICi: UOO.M I, Composition or WAHRENBERGER & BECKMANN, ARCHITECTS OKK1CR AND noVHIII.TATifW immiu, Oyer lockwood & Kampmann's former , V ' t ji,'V""u""' "i a" iniormauon tiemrcti oy tiiofe-coiitciiiiilBtliiir to bulla furnished. Wo acknowledge no anperlor In the profuulon. Call and bcu us. J. B. Belohradsky & Co.'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. J. H. KAMPMANN, President. LONE SAN ANTONIO! TEXAS. I will put up $500 that I can tako DR. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD P0RIFIER And euro any caso of Syphilis or Scrofula on oarth, and guaran tee a pori'oct and permanent euro. D. P. BARR, Solo Agent for tlio Htnto, Northwest Corner Main Plaza, San Antonio. H. SCTOLT11 IS STILT. IN TUB LKAD, AND ANNOUNCES THAT III! HAS Stoves for the Million I Thu Farmer (Jlr I Is tbu Into Oils market. Aiiioiik mitb in thu Toxhh llcuutVi llreiikriiflt nnd Diamond fn hitiul. Cooklntr Uteimlli, Hound AitHlo Wii re. Hurt), Tin Hhop ffirttiomiitiufuo GALVANIZED ia onnneeted with my en proinntlyHtlendfdlo, lleat Htul ik'Uvcred froo to any No. 9 West Commerce Street. MARTIN & Dulldlne Mntorlal of U WuJa, Bhaii. or ilzoa. A largo auorlwont nt Ornamental aooil alwayi In stock. Wo kocp oointnritly un lianil largo qusntltlraM llio novor yet ur. IiaawU J, Hnl3Ch'8 Dorb and Fence Wire. Wo aro (ucconsful ooraiotltor In I rloo anil irood". Como and bo convinced. OFFIGE : SOUTH OF SUNSET DEPOT, " - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS W. F. SIMMONS. Ticket Agent I. (J. N. Ilepot. B. W. McCULLOUGH. (I, l'.T A.,(lalvi jon.Teta. & KERR, HOMlllAII HUICK. Gravei Roofing. nny kind of Iitl to. Bank, Cor. YtHrrl and Commerce Streets. OTTO KOEHLER. Secretary and Manager STAR TflB77M'1'" "thcr leudliiK1 linuidrf. tlio mjw Cliurni, tliu liitriy laruo gunntltlesnhvinaoii Llitlery.Tablo Wuro, Aran- A well rctfti lilted tiiMlRliinmt. Orders mo Cedar C'hnroniil un Imnd jjurt of tliu oily. SCHRYVER, OF ALL SORTS, KIKDS ANIl ' ' QMUTIESl