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The Sati Antonio Light.
HAIMtOAll TIMK TAIIf.K.
International ami Groat Northern
Express, 7:45 ii. m. 8:0 p. m.
Express! 12:15 p.m. 3:Vi p. m.
Western Extension I 9:0Op. m. l 7:15 n. m.
anlventon, llarrlsbure nnd Sn Antonio.
" LEAVES. AimiVIS.
Houston (Kxpross) 7:15 n. m. 0:00 p. ra.
IIouston-(Mlxod).. 4:p.m. 0:00 n. ra.
Westward (To and
from HI l'asnl,.,. :fl n. m. 10:00 n. m.
lNIGHTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. 83,
IV mcotsovcry Tiiursuayui i:ou p. m
In Fireman's italU Visltlnir brethren welcome
GERALD OKI FFIN, Attorney. ond Counselor at
Law, Office, No. 14 Frenchbullding, S. E Cor.
ner Mala plata. 'Will attend promptly to nil legjl
buiineM entnuted to my care la the State and rrc".
KNIflllTS Ol' THE (10MIEN HULK, Castlo
Altimo Lodito No.SSS, mi-eta In Odd Fellows
linll llrst nnd third Thursdays ot each month.
Visltlnir comrades welcome.
A. I1ACON, Commander.
II. KLOCKENKKMt'Elt, Hecrutury.
IIUTII & VOLLBREOIIT,
Wooden and Willow Wurc, Paints, Oils, Vnr-
nUhos. llrushes, etc. A specialty mudo of
David Lundrotli & Sons' Garden nnd Flower
Hoods. AlsoOuttn l'drcha Iteady Mixed faints,
310 Crocliett lllock, Alamo l'lar.u,
3AN ANTONIO, - - - - TEXAS,
Clothing to Fit
Everybody from u2K year 'old child to (in extra
size men's suit, nt Cohen & koonlgholin f, .WU
nndilll ilampiaza. -
Itemovul of tho Hunaot Ticket Otllcn.
Tho Sunset railway tlckot otllco has been
removed to tho stltlng room of the Menicr
A Curd. .
ir.tn vi mnnnr (and drilirs) by taking
Turkn-Uusslun baths or Steam llstli for your
colds, rheumatism, aumo nguu mm ui im mu
cuses, can bo found nt . A. Zu.un ,
nii-iipr Commcrro nnd Alamo streets.
Also. Hot and Cold Water llaths at S5 cents
each. . VtJ-tr
ir You urn SulTcrtiiK
From torpidity or tho liver or const pi.llon of
tho bowols, try a bottle of Ilepatlzlrto. Dr.
'i-niilx-a ureal fiver nu-dicliie. Every i.ottlo
Is guaranteed to you, nnd your money refunded
11 vou uru not bhushuu.
For ealo at Cluvin's druif store, and by C.
Cuuite of Failure.
Want or confidence accounts ror hair of tho
business failures or to-day. C. Schusse, A.
DrelHS and L. Orynskl, druggists, ore not llablo
to fall for tho want of contldenco In Dr. Iloaun
ko's Cough and Lung Syrup, for thoy glvo
away u bottle feeo to ull who uro suffering win
Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Consumption nnd all
affections Ol ine innniuiu uuimo.
8)inuu!r' Garden, Tenth fitrcet
ThlsbeautUul ond shady pleasure resort la
again open to tho public, sltuutcd hb It Is 011
tho street car track and r easy access. It lias
a line llowor irurdon, 11 beuutltul promenade
under a denso shade and llrst-claes concert
every Saturday ami sunuay evenings.
6-SMm F. SOMUEUS, l'roprlet
Moonlight t tllu Springs.
Thoro Is not a lluer place in thu country (or
pleasure and enjoiment than tho San Pedro
(Wings park. Tho beautiful moonlight nights
.l.in.rir. ttwi frcKli lxjrfumcs ot surlnir and
summer llowors, and tho Bwcot muslo as ren
dered by tho Spring band make It the iroalUa-
iiou 01 uu unruiiy p.iruuio a. u-.w-i-i.
An Open Letter.
8an Antonio, January 1, 1883.
J)rs. J.J. & W. II.Tobln:
(Ienti.emen: Your Uopatlzlne has boon
..I In irw fuintlv lor over u vcar. uud I
can unhesitatingly Buy It Is tho best remedy I
hui-i.nvnr iimd for urn-liver troublo or consti
pation of tho bowels. I would not bo without
It. Itespii-tfully, A. W. Houston.
ForBalo at U. Schasbo's and Cluvin's drug
Siimls or Life.
Tlmn imp tide WuiU lOr IIO mall, bllt tllO SUIldH
of Ilfo contlnuo to How 0:1 uud on, your alter
year, never stopping, never hesitating In its
work or waste, uuloss occasioned by 11 CoiikIi,
Cold orBomo Lung Affection where Dr. llos
anko's Cough und Lung Syrup arrests It und
makes tho span of llfo Its allotted threo score
and ten, Oo to C. Sehasso, A. Drclss, orL.
.Orynskl, druggists, nnd ask tliom for a trco
trial bottlo or tms mouicinc xuoy uuvo iiiem
to glvo nw.ay.
Plica uro rroquontly precodod by a senso or
weight In tho back, loins and lower part of tho
abdomen, causing the patient to suppose ho
hus somo ulToctlon or the kidneys or neighbor
ing organs. At times, symptoms or indigestion
uro present, ns flatulency, uneasiness of tho
BlOmUCU, OlU. XI lUUItimu lino ..iiun,
producing 11 vory dlsagreeu.i 0 Itching, partic-iarU-nt
ntirht nftar uottlni-warm In bed. la 11
very common attendant. Blind IMeedliiK and
Itching Piles yield nt onco to tho application of
Jjr. llOSanKO B run nuuivuy, n 1 rancuuiiraij
,lw nnrtn niroctod. nbsorbliiir tho Tumors
allaying tho intense itemng, ana oueeimg a
failed. Prloo 60 conts.
ermanem euro wiiuru i y ""i'"1"
Bold by O. Sehasso, A
Orolssann u. nrviiRKi
A WOULD-HK hUIOIDK.
St run co Discovery of u Man Ilanglug by
His Heels Near Houston Street.
As my rrloud nnd I were walking past tho old
bridge, our attention was attracted by 11 rain
i .,,0., ,.,.? ,111. 1U fnt no wndirod 111 be
tween tho tlmbors thut it took several rainutcc
t.n.1 nnrimltnri virnrts tmfnro wo could cxtri-
entolilm. Upon lining him up I round my
hands covered with blood, and us I laid h'.m
down upon tho bridge, I saw n deep gasa ex
tending rrom oar to ear ueross his throat. S 0
wore horrilled at the ghostly spectacle, aud.my
friend hastened uwuy for 11 pli) eiulan. In, thu
meantime 1 uotieed an occasional trombllng
of tho would-be suicide, und Judged rUhtly
that llfo wus not extinct. Ily this tlmo tho
nhvciKiini nrrivnd. and at once uiudlod rentora.
jives, and In a few moments tho poor follow
recovered consciousness. I knelt down besldo
hlinundU8kodh!mwhyhobad noted bo dot
w.rai,.iv unil hit rouehed un and tuklug 111 v
pencil out of ray pookot. wrote on the baok of
11 card these woras: "A kind rrlend ndvlsi-d
1110 to buy a watch from Emerson; 1 bought
elsewhere, and my shoes aro worn outr-inntug
to the shop. I have not got enough tnonoy to
FJtO.U CORPUS CIIUISTI.
Tho Visit of tlio TennenMie Press Kxcurslon
to Neuvu Lnredo.
Editor Ban Antonio Unlit.
CoRrus Chrivti, July 14, 1SS3. "Pro
crastination,' proverbially known as the thief
of time, must be my excuse for'confessing to
the sin, if sin it be, ol the omission to write an
Last Sunday the Tennessee Press associa
tion struck the shores of the Hio Grande in
the early hours of the morning, and after due
process of renovating the inner man with a
substantial breakfast and adding finishing
touches to the toilet (this later remark does
not apply to the ladies accompanying the
press gang), the proposition was made to in
vade the Mexican territory, and the pilgrim
age down the steep bluff to the ferry began.
Arriving in Nueva Laredo, the land of the
Montezumas, many places of interest were
visited, the most attractive parts of which
specially to the ladies were the dry good stores,
which were all open and doing (notwithstand
ing it was Sunday) a thriving business. Some
of the ladies showed a decided prcdeliction to
view every yellow skinned Mexican baby
uhithin the mother s arms, or swung in
mid air in a primitive cradle, composed of a
wooden box hanging by four rawhide strings
joined together in one, some four or five feet
irom the floor and suipended from a rafter in
the roor. bevcral young ladies, a Miss Quail,
and a Miss Helms, deserve the cake for vi-1
vacity and a searching interest in all things that
came under observation.
Having occasion to stop at San Diego your
m,n 1H Urn, .rnnalntanrM ovrn from nnlJ.
bellum times. Among them, last but by no
means least, is Senor Dt.n Salvator de la
Vega, the last scion of a once noble race of:
ancient Spanish Ilklllnoj. who. with his esti
mable wife, were residents of Malamoros and
Corpus Chnsti, the Gulf metropolis of
Southwest Texas, is reached at last. I
Many passengers on the train expecting to 1
take the steamer are disappointed, for, owing
to want of deep water, the tides being more 1
than ordinarily low, the steamer is unable to
between the pleasure loving and the
pleasure giving sections of this city on the one
side and the orthodox Sunday saints, preachers
and others on (he other side, in regard to the
Sunday entertainments ol the Ilerdic com
pany at their pavilion on the beach.
THU 1IKKV1TY 1IASIU2T,
Filled Willi Mention of Minor KventH nnd
A New York paper doesn't miss it far by
asserting that pie is the great American desert.
A Rotterdam cirl eats two pounds of candies
daily This is enough to K m teeth out.
A Western editor relers to the old Enelish
commoner as "John Bright, an alleged inven
tor of a celebrated disease of the kidneys."
" Yes, embrace her if ye will, ye sportive
waves, urn you nave none uie oesi 01 me, ,
cried Freddie as the spirkling breakers en
velopeu the lair lily at the seaside the other
The mob law mania has reached the
women. At Huron, Dakota, a number of
women pulled down and destroyed the shanty
of a man who was trespassing on the claim of
The Chicago Inler-Ocean accuses a St.
Louis paper of publishing the announcement
that the Captain of a base ball club'had re
signed under the option, "A Startling Hu
mor." This is awful.
A blundering compositor, in setting up the
toast, "Woman without her, man mould be
n savage," got the punctuation in the wrong
place, which made it read, "Woman, without
her man, would be a savage."
A Michigan law provides that children in
public schools shall be instructed as to the
effects of ulcohol upon the human system.
Here is a golden opportunity for some of our
young men out of employment to give object
There was a sudden cry of fire at one ol
our hotels the other night There was no fire,
but a young lady guest was so frightened that
her hair, which.she left in a box on the dress
ing case, in the morning was found to have
Fcrgui Palls Telegram : A Fargo boy
swallowed a bullet yesterday, and his mother
took him to a doctor. The doctor gave the
boy a powder, put on his cap, and told his
mother '.o lake him home, and be careful not
to point him toward anybody.
Kuskin, in "Fors O.ivigera," says every
girl should keep her lover on probation for
seven years before she marries him. This
makes Kurdette exclaim: "Heaven bless
your simple soul, John; you don't know what
you are talking about. Keep a lover on
probation seven years? Why, that's four
years longer than most women in America
keep their husbands; and a girl who probates
two lovers per annum in this land thinks the
market has broke away down to sixty-two,"
Old Saws lti-Hot.
"Virtue is the only nobility," and the face
of nobles has pretty nearly died out.
"Walls have ears," but they are often
Truth is often stranger than an associated
Man proposes and frequently gets left.
"The middle station is salest, but it won't
hold good on a car track
A setting hen m'uses lots of fun.
Truth is mighty, but a lie well sworn too
often knocks the props from under il.
"Look not a gift horse in the mouth;" you
might get bit.
"He who does a thing by the agency of
another, does it himself," may be very good
law, but it won't work well In courting a girl.
In Texas Since 1810.
J. A. 11 IIOSACK.
Hosack & Newton,
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants and Gen
t$T llavo largo Btoro rooms for Consign-
merits at 21 Soledud street, opposite eourt house
Solicits open orders for all kinds
of Groceries, including Tobacco,
Cigars and Liquors, and will fill
them with that careful selection and
moderation in prices that such orders
swuu always command.
He desires also to be remembered by
,ver Cotton Shitiber in the State
Wh(H lllt "CW Cr0P " "" f0r
N "e ' or out f the Siaie
can give better results than he can
JSltying Uooas at JiUUSI Ul ,
and shipping Cotton to HOUSTON
,'s no lonser an experiment. It
....j r.,,,.r ,
T T J r V
South of and Adjoining Headquarters
Thl Is very desirable proierty. For partial
turn liiinilrn nf hn 1.0 ml I1..I..I rl mmi t nt (lin
Galveston, Hnrrlsburg and San Antonio Itall
II. B. Andrews,
A. J. FRY,
Assistant Land Commissioner.
IF YOU AVANT A
For a Little Money,
THE BOSS TAILOR,
Will make it for you. Ho Is now offering all
tho Latest Stylos tn English, French
German Goods at
20 PER CENT. DISCOUN1
On former prices. Only Unit-class tailors cm.
ployed und lino trimmings ucd. Suits made
up m uny Known stylo nt snort notice, and
lit guaranteed. If vou want a nice suit at
nominal cost don't full tolutorvluw Mr. Lorra
on Comracrco street, near bridge. Ho can suit
you in quality and prico. T S-lra
Pnrtlod wishing Prick In largo or email lots
will do well to defer tholr orders until thoy sco
Mil. O. THOMPSON, who Is now In San Anto
Ilrlck, and will bo pleased to glvo Information
as to quantity quality and prices.
JOHN A. KEKR,
0-3fi-Ct Cotulla, LnSallo County, Toi as.
No. 23 Solcdud Street, Opposite Court House,
San Antonio, Texas.
Keeps on hand n lino stock or Watcher,
Clocks and Jewelry, a well-soloeted stook or
Spectacles: also, Ilntzlllan Pebbles Fet In Gold
and Silver Framos. ltopalrlng or Fine Watches
a specialty. o-i-uin
Walchmaker and jeweler
No. 18 Commirck Street,
may tf San Antonio, Texas.
and Uewor In
tJCll and etamlna iny stock and prlcoi beforr
Alt gon wl'l i (old indir vrltten goarants-
BELL & BRO'S
No. II Commerce Street,
Silver and Plated Ware
Watchos and iowolry ropalrcd. Charges rea
sonablo. Wo tako pleasure In showing oui
goods, nnd purchasers aro Invited to call. Sat
almr and Jawa
uuvi U11U VV Viuii
241 COMMERCE ST., SAN ANTONIO
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY.
ttcpalrlng and Cleaning dono carefully. All
Goods warrantod as Ucprescntod. Special at
tention given to all orders by mall, a trial
I i BURNHAM. I. D, G.
Ocniist and Aurist,
Proprietor Ban Antnnln KVtt nt 1IAU Ti
ll rmary, formerly surgeon In chargo or Kansas
City Eye, Ear and Throat InQrmarv.
All diseases or Kvo and I!nr trnntnd In
most np proved raannor with tho latest appli
ances. Crooked oyes straightened, nrttlfcial,
Insortcd to movo naturally, etc., ote.
Oflleo nt li7U Goniniorco Street.
Office : Sam Maverick building, corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
oih Iohis. M. D. ) I Ino. O. Uowkh. M. ,l.
ip to it a m. to s pm o to lo a, m, i to 3-7-a p m
Retldenc I O.onilen resident
700 Aceuula St. Sonth Flre St.
Special attention eiven todlieairsnf arnmm
and Children and to diseases of th'. Lungs,
Tliroat and Heart. Chronic cases treated at
a instance and medicines sent promptly by
l!y a teacher who has had 18 years experience
EHMA SPANISH. Hl'RNCIIltl AN l'ilN-
KKKl'INd. Tcnnsllboral. 1'iivnto Instructions
in nhnvfl hmnnhoa AluVmnnli n ...n
vim. "OlinilT C. ltAUDENWEUI'KU.
SSOVIIIIta west or South Alamo street, two
uiuukb nuuin in pnninuioe. 6-7-lra
TILDEK AM) C01ULLA
U. S. Mail, Express and Slago
Mno leaves each place dully (except Sunday)
Itailroud, arrlvlnif nt Tilden within 21 hours
aftorsturt from Sun Antonio. First-class hacks.
Kood teams und careful drlvors. Faro, U M:
round trip, $8 00; 60 pounds ImiriraKo free.
J. K. TUNSALI, Js CO., Contractors.
Aircnts at Tlldcn Bnnwden & Co.
v" - rruzier jiros.
Concrete and General Builders,
aro prepared to erect concreto building nnd
Coneroto fenco walls aro thoehcapestand most
durable thero bclnr no painting required, nnd
do not decay. Outsldo plain and ornamental
cementlnif, by which old bulldlnprs nrc made
now, a specialty. Estimates furnished rir the
above also for tho construction of cimcnt
sidewalks, i-o. Address Yeo is Wltchcll, V. O.
i.ua uoi, ciniwiiiiiiniK. K-H-t,
H1IWAI1U i. (ilUAGIIEIl,
Mason & Builder
631 HOUSTON STREET.
Estimates fof dams, brldmw. hnllnm
tAUkS. fUmaCGH. nvnnfl. irmtu nml hiTtl.ll.. ...
all kinds. Will iruaranteo satisfaction. Job--ilnir
Ktrletlv nttonrtn-l tn '1-IK-lV
HacksNo.21, 26,27,52 11
Stables Cornor or Avcnun R nml llnminn
street. Connected by telephone All orders
promptly-attended to.day ornlht. Telephone
connection No. 300.
J. S. TllOllNTON,
J. M. IlunwitsON,
Traders' National Bank
804 Comuierce Street,
8AN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a general banking business.
U N. WALTIlAti.
Ell VAN CALLAQUAN.
WALTIIAL & CALLACiHAN,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW,
San Antonio, Texas.
Office: Dwyer buildlnif, southeast oorno
SAM C. BENNETT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
PINE WINES, LIQUORS,
ClRara and Tobaooo. Particular nttontlon
given to receiving nnd sellinjr Wool for my
oustomers. Store on cornor ol Main plara and
BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,