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The San Antonio Light.
HAII.ltOAI) TIM 12 TAHI.K.
Intrrnntluuiil unil Great Northern
Western KxtenMon 1
Galveston, Hurrlsburc mill Snn Antnnli
Houston (Kxprcss) 11:00 n.m. 0:00 p. m.
Houston-(Mlxcd).. ASM p. iu. 0:00 a. in.
Westward (To and
from Kl 1'imn) fl:4flti. m. 10:fi) n. m.
TONIGHTS PYTHIAS, Elk Lodgo No. a'.,
IV mcctsovory Thursday Rt 7:30 p. m. Cnstlo
In Fireman's llnll. Vlsltlntr brethren woleomo.
GERALD OKI FFIN, Attorney snd Counselor at
Law, Office, No. M French bulldlne, S. E. Cor.
ner Main plait. Will attend promptly to all legal
butlneti entrusted to ray care la the State and Fed
' AN OKDINANOE
To Furnish Persons Who Leave Their
Tenuis Alono In Public Thorouuu
fnrea. Til. II nrilnlnn.1 liv tlilll'llv I'mmeM of tllll rltv
Section 1, That It shall bo unlawful for the
owner or driver of nny vehicles whatever to
lenvo his vehicle unci horses alone In nny pliizii,
street, iivemio. lane or alloy, within t ho ; city
limits, unless the sumo bo lot t lit the charge of
somo competent person, or pecureiy lieu.
tSKOTiDN 2. Any ersou violating nny of tho
sections of this nrdluiinco shall, upon convic
tion before tho Itecorocr. bo lined In nny
Vanned and approved April IT, 1WS3.
J. II. Fjik.ncii, Mayor.
Attest: E. V. CiauiioN. City Clerk.
lie culiitliiB the Loading nnil Unloading ol
Vehicles "Within Certain .Street and
IlrlvlneorVehleleNln tho City,
llo it ordained by tho City Council of tho City
Section 1. That It shall bo unlawful for any
person or poisons loading or unloading nny
now, urny, express or iruiisior wngons, or any
other vehicles, upnn Commerce, Solodnd, Mnr-
nnmc crosswise of said Ftrccts while said loading
Section 2. That It snail bo tho duty of all
persons unvnig inruugii nny Bireci. in too cny
to keep their teams to the rlght-huiid sldo of
Section 3. That any porson or persons vlo-
convlctlon" bcfnro the Itccorder, bo lined in a
sum of not less than $.1 nor inoro than $.
J. II. Fiiencii, .Mayor,
Attest: U. V. Clauuon, City Clerk.
To Prohibit the Krectlon of Ilnrbeil AVIre
Fences IVlthln the City Limits,
lie It Ordained by tho City Council of tho City
ocuutia j. AHU1.1I.BI1UII ne mimvriui lornuy
person or persons to erect, or can so to bo
iirnnti.il. nn nnv srrnnr. nllnt nr nnlilln llm..
oiiKhfiiro within the corporate limits of tho
city of Snn Antonio, any fence or fences of
what Is known as barbed wire.
Section 2. Any ihtsoii violating nny of tho
provisions of this ordinance Bhull. upon con
viction beforo tho Heeorder, be lined In any
Section a. Each and ovory day such fenco
s'ands erected utter complotlou, It shall con-
Skction 4. Each and overv fenco horctoforo
to bo n nuisance. It shall bo tho duty of tho
Mayor to came tho same to bo removed as soon
unui- iiiu iuis-uikii ui mis uiuiniiiice us practica
ble, first giving tho owners thereof 10 days no-
Vassod and approved April 1", 1831.
18 lot J. II. I'ltENCH, Mayor.
Attest: E V. Ci.audon, City Clerk.
HeEUlntlnE nnil Prohibition tho Kreetlon
of Iron Clad Itlllldliigs Within
the First Fire Limits.
llo It ordained by tho City Councilor tho City
of Sun Antonio:
Section 1. That It shall bo unlawful for uny
porson to erect or build any building known as
iron clada on tho following streets, within tho
tlrst lira limlUof this city, vli : On Commerce,
from Alamo ditch to Cnmuren street: Market
street, from Main plaza to Casino street; Hous
ton street, from Camarou street to Alamo
pluza; North Flores streot, from Commerce
Btroet to Houston Btrcct, both sides included;
Aeoiulu street, from Main plaza to Houston
street; Solci'nd street, from .Main plaza to
Houston street; South Flores stroet, from
Military phuii to IS nova street: north, east,
south ami west sides on Main plaza, Military
plain, Alamo plaza, anil Alamo street, trom
Commoreo street to Alamo plaza. One-story
hulldlnirs known as Iron olads may bo ullowed
to bo built or oroctod In tho rear of lots on tho
nbovo numed streets aid plazas, provldod tho
matorlal to bo used and tho manner of con
struction bo stated In tho petition, und the
premises Hint Inspected by the Hire commit
tee, and pormlsilon granted by tho City Coun
cil. And nny person oroctlnif or bulldinir con
trary to tho provision of this ordinance shall,
if found guilty beforo the Heeorder, bo sub
ject ton lino of not less than 811) nor inoro than
$100 for every dny so olfundlnir.
l'asoed und approved April 17, 18H3.
I. !! Fiiencii, Mayor.
Attest : E. V. Ci.audon, City Clerk.
The Central Hotel,
of San Antonio, being: In tho very centorof tho
city, between tho two depots, with streot curs
In front running to and lrom nil publlo places,
besides being tho most convenient to business
and the oldest hotel, under tho present man
agement Is tho cheapest llrst-cluss hotel In tho
city, nt $1 to $1.50 por duy. Kngllsh, Fr-neh,
Bpaulsb, Qormnnaiid Holland spoken. It Is tho
oillco of stngos and hacks to Handera, Vleiisun
ton, Floresvllle, Ilelona, St. llcdwig, Lnvernla,
Sutherland Springs, Stockdale, Loon Springs,
lloenic, Conit'or, Contcr Volnt, Kerrvll'e,
Fredericksburg nud othor points north and
..- .i. ... tt;. ... .
unuer u e iiuo 01 mo liopuune or
Mexico in 18W a work wns published In Now
York, written In En8li, by Don Lorenzo Ons-
tro. This work consists of 0110 b'okcouta nliur
270paitc8,and.amap of tho Uepubllo. besldos
,u iw "!' i'uuuu, uesiuos
meniiuniiiir uiu m nuu oi oinies, estntes,
ranches, mining districts, oto.. tho num-
her ot inhabitants in the principal cities nnd 1
towns, the unolenl history of tho country with
lutorestlnK Oplsodos and Inoldents that present
B great deal of Interest to tho rcudor.-IFrom
the Monitor ltepubllC4ino illblograpl. City
of Mexico. 44r
A Brooklyn youth who had for two or three
! years been paying his addresses to a $20,000
1 urooKiyn girl, illscovered that there was a
: rival in the field. He thereupon sat down
" Darlinc, I have advanced overSioo mar
I Rin'. a''d can do no more. How does the
, deal stand!"
5 1 The next day brought him an answer which
'Margins exhausted and deal closed
Better invest in a $5,000 girl. Exchange.
Marry 1 11 r the Uevll'a linr,l,t.r
The phrase "marrying the Devil's daugh
ter" Is very old. Scott in " Peveril of the
Peak " makes the Duke of Buckingham, who
had been married to the only daughter of
Li ' 1 separated irom her,
say of his wife : "A man might as well have
married the Devil's daughter, and set up
housekeeping with his father-in-law." The
eloquent Bishop, Kobert Hall, when asked
if it w true, as reported, that he was about
. ...... . . .ciiiiuKcm, cxciaimcu : 1 marry
... numu sooner marry me Devils
.14 uim uc wun ine oiu ioiks.
The Nntlnu's llnlaueo Hlinnt
The following is a statement of the terrinu
and expenditures of the Government for the
nine montns ended March .11 of this fiscal
year, as compared to the receipts and ex-
pciiuuures lor ine corresponding period of the
Customs Slfifl.Ml.fwi.i m
t l'n,:csi,ii22 58
KW.iVi i.Mi mi
Internal revonuo l(0,.WI,7Tr, 70
Miscellaneous.. 2(l,71il,7t7 4a
$ ni.ttiijnn 55
. . CW,2IK) S3
. . 43,H,807 51
Pensions. . .
..Sla.'i.00!l.7TT 121 IIW rjiu . , m
The total receipts of the Government during
the fiscal year 1882 were $403,525,250. There
:r nncuicr nicy win reacn
that amount this year. In order to do so they
uuuug me remaining
three months, lhey were $113,763,020 dur
ing the last quarter of last year. The latter
amount would no doubt be reached during
the current quarter were It not for the new tax
.nr. A.icicuucuon 01 ine tax on manufac
tured tobacco. ni.fT .-I... .i ....
and the reduction of the special taxes on the
: uicii ana peoaiers 01 to
bacco, snuff and cigars will go into effect on
Mav I. On the Vi3l nf u.i .,.... .
from these sources, the reduction would
uiuuiH iu auuui 4,000,000 during May and
Tune. But durint- th l..i rn. . :
dealers have been reducing their stocks large-
' , , J j.niiKc 01 me tax, ana it is
exnected hv th fl.nn.tmMi .l - 1 ,
"r"""-' "ii 111c mcrcasea
11. m.jr iu rcpienisn ine stocks of deal'
crs will nrcvent a Iarr r,.di,iinn .1 .u. i
ternal revenue receipts from tobacco during
Some curious ceremonials are observed an
nually at haster at the Austrian court. Th-v
begin wilh the " washing " by the Emperor of
ine icet ot 12 poor old men, and the. Empress
of those of a manv wnmm. TV,
ment is half public, the privileged being ad-
k" "J "J., -ouiesi lnnanitants"
are chosen for Ihe honor -in, I ih. :. .
competilion between them. As usual, the
nU...v.i t una year mc more aged, ranging
between 90 and 97, and making a total of
ICOlvears. Tllf Hm.nm.J. ..
iuuvjthii, inesc persons were
brought to court, with their relatives, in court
carriages, and were icatpd nt 1 1nn,. -i.u .u.
men on one side and the women on' the
omer. i ney were dressed in old German
costumes. When all was ready their Majes
ties entered. A passage of Scrinture wn
read and the guests were served by the Em
neror nnrl Kmnttu. lh. fnrm.. r.l.n:- .l.
dishes before the men and th Un.r i..r..
the women. After the repast one foot of
ti.i Sura ws uaicu, anu a lew urops Irom
COStlv silver ellt inirs it... nnnr.t .1
by the royal hosts, who then handed to each
niuu mm wumau a purse wun me traditional
lomeceanf silvrr. Thn th;r t:.,.:.
after addressing some of them, retirtd with
Important for Iluslness Men.
Air P.ilnl. Mi,l.. u,....,. I -
' " -inui. nun uiiuiiiuy lor 1110
wi.viiuiiui "ramius, eiiurHesoiiiy iu por cent
i:t.. Ct- -i 1 ' 1 r wl 'iiiuiij n;usoua.
A trial U resnnetl'iiMv anllf.lin.i n,.n.i Hnr..
itii LiuirKu ii mum coiieoiions are muao
enees Riven if rciiuired. OIllco nt Dr. (1. V.
ouiik s, southeast corner or Maiu plaza. 3-lm
HIIa. nrn f r..n , i ., 1 1 ,- . ,,...!., I... .. .
I. . . I . . . i - vvjuwh uj u sense 01
nbdomen, causing the patient to Biipposo ho
hns soino ulfcctlou or tho kldnoys or nolKhbor
liiff owiins. At times, symptoms or indltjostlon
stomach, uto. A moisture liko perspiration,
producing n very dlsiwrccublo Itclilnsr, purtlo
ulurly nt nltrht after ifottluir wurm In bed, Is a
i'. ..ii " ; . .iiiiiu jiiucuiuir una
ItchliiK Vilcs yield at onco to tho application of
upon tho parts utrectcd.ausorbimrtho Tumora
ullayinjf tho Intonso ltchlmr, nnd oircotlntc a
Drelssand L. Orynskl. '
."'"".'V ii i miu uuuuu ino ueautnui
show windows to his store on Commoreo streot.
P lni',' l.l n,.. In til.. .W."lCf:
artists' materials. His etock or artists' nnd
painters' materials Is complcto, and em-
. uii miu nuier eoior paint
linr, lend pencil drawing, orayon nnd pastoll
....... ,.u..u.iiiii mm uuiuii uecoraiion
ehromo photocriiphy, wax Mowers, decorative
art, couch painting-. Artists' lino briishcs.mntho-
; """.k, uu nuu nmur eoior paint
ings. Kngrnvlngg unit ehromos surpasses nny-
V . i i oiuueuw aim lov
ers or art In Its various types should soo this
wi,aiii , u.. jiu iuuj uiuinrKCBi una Dost
n..v.n..Dn.nw (.jL,i,io tiniiiua miu inuuiu-
iiiKo, uii !.. uvir uruuirui 10 eon Antnnin.
which ho oilers at cxttomoly low Uiruros
Ho has tho solo inrenoy for the "well known and
most duivblo "AsbestoH" paints rt"iS for use.
Tho color and durability of tlioso Paints
nro nd.nittnd hi thnon h .J'P,.
Ti l 1 it . . I i "uionio
nro numittcu by thoso who ara
thortty in such matters to be tho
hlirhest irrndo iu tho market lll .tnotr
of" oils, "Wnti an.l wSi wer Is compkto
nnd his supply of window Klais ot ovcry size
nnd dcsorlptlou Is vory laro. By cnlllna "St
205 Oommerce i streot tho iiublln n hn r.in5.nH
m aTot tho fluS'mentioned a8C wcilaS M
low prices, which are a rule of the houae,
J. II. rilKNCII.
J. II. FRENCH & CO.,
(Successors to Goo. V. Caldwell).
273 Commerce Street,
SAN ANTONIO. - 4-Wm
TO BUILDERS !
Tho firm of Martin . Selirwor. ,,f An
tonio, Texas, ono of tho largest lumber dealers
in vno runic, novo recently opened n yard In
iikio i-ass, mo present terminus of tho Mexi
can Vnctllo railroad extension, nnd hnvo now
on tho fc-rounds, nnd are dally receiving tho
'"Wat nssort ment of lumber In West Toms
icn wiuismna, tiisi Texas
i i ii i r rougn anu uress'U
iin (in i i """""t 'eiienig, laios, pai'
niirnil nnl t . ""nus, mouldings,
I n l.nn W.'fi;T'V"' ' . u,-v.r'i ,",f
(inti i' i i 18 rospoctruiijr invited
" " v" luiiuu tun iiiuiinKer,
3-10-3.U I E MOFFITT.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Autonio, Texas.
MAMIllllWn llmtrnin ..... .
I, i .p"""'. """""iMiraucri sco no.li,
i n lilniulnil riffiTW' -US
nnnn.ia H..-..I ' """uo WOlgnS IMV
.iiiWaJ!T 9P 'ST'. L0D,S (thoroughbreds,
AmiHJ'.?.l5"1Vw.or',an,u KPSllon.sco Ilruco's
Amerleun btud Uook, volumo 8. page 352. Ho
IHfilC (Knntiinki. loVkl Sts. ,
Bcrvicbrsis: "iuruB or ,cmieM-
bJv "Wf hffi "LondTn" i'Zle: iZZ'Z,
Spring season, February 1. Terms cash. Ser-
with real, have tho privilege to return tho next
r ii iin;.. !" otuu'' uenvcrea hi ai-
hVnT.kt ii ruaa' win no uiken nnd
1281r Helotes. Tot
T. f. Detini. W. S. Smitm.
DEVINE & SMITH
3" ANTONIO TJIYAH
Ct"Offic : Rooms j and 8 Donna
Building, Soledad lUeer-fc
Will .ll.nH In .n ,.! I. .1. . .
D, Quasso, Merchant Tailor.
acuta' nlnthlnn. nnd. In I.. ,
fnnlh'n'.1"11. f"""""?" a perfect lit- A new
uSl . ronovntlng; old clothing made to
. --- ... ,,wu, icMiiuiuif win un unno nr tlin
siioriostnotlco. Terms reasonable. Ailrim
near r re nun uunuing. Ban Antonio
AMENDED PJLAN J
(GOULD & CO.'S.) 1
Royal Havana Lottery.
April 25, 1883.
Number for Nuraber-Pr izo for Prize
With 400 additional prizes.
Only 40,000 Tickets, 1,524 Prizes
1 Caijltnl Vrteo $ i5 0on
i ., 4,000
l Prima imi n.'.'..'l! ' "lOlJO
. . . v.w v 1(i0U
iouu " io " I!".;;;!;;'!
each1"'03' 18 to lat prlze 8100
OAjioxiVnations to' 2nd "prize," "S50
t) Aliproxlmatlons'to'sd'prizo! 850
1121 Vrizcsas nbovo, being tho full num-
im a i ,i..' J'jui Havana, una
Additional Vrlzes of J5 each to tho
.i . us enuing num
bers tho two tormtnal uniU of tho
of $15(X raw1"8' 1,10 CPnl Vrlzo
1524 Prizes amounting In U. 8. Gold to..$ 46,300
Tickets, 83.00 . . Halves. Ml iin.
Thn ltnvol ll, nnn mll n.'. ,.
RSBrf ?lit,J0.ctto n. nnlPulntl5Ji not HZ
li'Ollod by tho parties m interest, honestly
twngjntho nature or 1 7oltS?"ffiS SSuld Z
ALL PHIZES PAID ON VKESENTATION.
appy tonf0rma"n tt"d tlokcts Rddrcss or
o r, !? 1'fJMjdwny, Now York City.
C8 East Itandolnh Streot. rhlongo 111
0r a w - W w' WALLING,
8VrtComouroo Bt., ouu Antonio,
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street,
Silver and Plated Ware,
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges rea
sonable Wo take pleasure In showing our
goods, nnd purchasers nro Invited to call. Sat
isfaction warranted. 12-4-ly
;cr and jeweler
No. 18 Commirci Street,
m? tf San Antonio, Texas.
and Dealer In
r-rn ...1 . i ... -i . . . .
U goodi will be lold snder written' gneiatilei
341 Oommerco Stroot. S4D
An Expprloncod Wiitclimnlfnr
OFFERS hU ervice to the Public. He has har
thirty years experience at head workman of th(
JjJh watchet In partlcnlar generally ruined in th'
SPRING GOODS !
NO. 4 COMMERCE 8THEET,
Has Just received tho finest ntnnV nf f?n..ll..l.
French, Gorman and Amprirain ni,. .i
all styles and colors, over brousht to Snn An-
ioiuo, una win mnko suits to order nt tho
Lowost Prices. Only Klrst-chus Tailors em
ployed, and tho finest trimming ,.,.i
Fashion Plates received overr month.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
ntt TF T ... . .
no :(Kw0 your BaSJ2
J.E.11HEEDINO - O.W. PHILIPS
Breeding; & Philips,
iil8 COMMERCE ST '
O.erNlcTengg S30. Stn Antonio.
BR. A. J. SMITH,
tLnto or Cambridge, Mass.)
NO. 30 COMMBllOE ST.,
n)nTered.''',.'cgnl'ngro- atbf.etlon gunr-
M118. WILHE,1IEXA ilIICIUEL,
No. 230 Water St.
Oners her services In all Its branches. Patienu
ed ipeciall " eDCe- Fmale dIse" t-
IIOMUiOrATII I() I'JimCiAK,
Offick: Sam Maverick building, corner
Lotoyo nnd Houston streets..
nnd throat disenSu 8khi I),,!NI, '."Sfe
'lelephono No. IK). -
Cure Chills and Fever,
Slim 11.,,. . i. .... ' .
IIVVMciTlfliiir .i "y "AMOST.'.S
lungs. Manurcturedby'Utl8;: MM
I S. BUMIIIIi, I, I C,
Ocuiist and Aurist,
Proprietor Ban Antonio EYE nnd paii i
mst nppmXrwlSrtl'f d ,,n th'J
Office : Sam Maverick building, corner
y uuuaiuu iirceis.
Josani Jonks, M. D. 1 ( JN0. o. Down m ii
7ooAcqu,aSt. South Flo. e. St.
n 5r riii i "r B' lo Diseases ol women
Thio, hiId"nttnd to diseases of the Lungs.
Thronfand Heart. Chronic cases treated a
a distance and medicines sent promptly by
A t'omnion-senso Ucnicdy,
No More Rheumatism, Gout
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
r ive jcurB CMiiuiisnod and never i,n,.., .
iiiu in n hlnglo cii6e, ucuto or chronic, ltornr in
ul.,dTg"oI,iuriean8 and ?fiS
Tho only dlswlvcr or tho poisonous un
V!i!..VL,CA l8.kno.wn ns a commonnn
'vi'.i l' "iubo ii strikes i recti v nt thn n,, ii
or Itheumutlsin, Gout nnd NciiniVin HhnU"'
It bus been concOdcd by eminent selnntip.-
wi hSlirSK riin!ine,r n38l!!"S
uiuii b win noi cniuicn o these dlsouno .i,iC
w'Sh'&r.o.'d1.0' ,h "Ql3"" ?f.obooa
now exclusively used by nil "ho eolbmtod M
slclnns ot America nnd ijuropo iiTX.! I nX
ienl Academy or Purls re ort tS n8i " Mc'r
euros In throo days. "Ps o por cent
moslntenso pains arebu'eaVnost.
re?,',ntd?trlal- "Cllof rantoed or money
t Thousands or testimonials sent onappMon-
$1 ft Box. SIy h,w.. .
Sent frco bj- mall on receipt or money. '
Tin A . t J V ",llnlU,i OIt IT.
or substitutes, or something rrooff1.r,W,t?,l,ont
"just ns good!" Insist on iKlmf"llul "s
other, or send to us. lr"racut. Uako rr
V.. 1... n
Great Teas Fever Remwlv
i.ii i u ' ol nasso, Baa