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The San Antonio Light.
KAII,KOA TIM 13 TA1U.15. International unci Groat Northern LEAVES AllltlVES. F.xprcfw 7:45 b. m. 8:0 p. m. Kx press 12:15p.m. 3:T p. m. Western ExtciujhjjjX fl:0n " m- ' 7ilr' n-J!U Galveston, Harrlnbtiri; anil Hnn Antonio. " LEAVES. AIII1IVES. ' HoiiBton-fKtpress) 7:15 b. in. U:00 p. m. IIouBtoii-(Mlxod) . 4:43 p. tn. 9:00 n. ra. Westward (To and frnin F-l 1'imn).... 11:10 i, m. W:nO n. m. Advertising Directory. KNIGHTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodife No. 05, mcotaovoryTliursday ntrao p. m Casllo In Fireman's Hull. Vlsltiiiw brethren welcome. GKRALO OKIFFIN, Attorney and Counielor at Law, Office, No 14 Krenchbuilding, S. Ii Cor net Main plata. Will attend promptly to all legal basinets entruitcd to my care In the State and Kr.'. oral CourU KNH1HT8 OF THE GOLDEN HULK, Castlq Alum" Lodge No.325, meeU In Odd FelloWB' liul I tlratitnd thlnl Thursdays ot cacti month. Visiting comrades welcome. A. IIacon, Cominandcr. t II. Ki-ockknkkmi'Kk, Bocretary. a. W. Iltrril. W. VoM.UUECHT. 1LUTII & VOLLBRBOIIT, pnAI.KIIH IN HARDWAEE, AG1UCULTUUAL IMPLEMENTS, uri., nn.i wilinw Waro. l'alnts. Oils. Vur- ..lal.cu tlriialina. Kin. A SIH'ClllltV llldllo Of David Landrctli & Sons' Oardon and Flower Seeds. Also Outta Porchn Heady Mixed raints. 8 lit Crockett lllook, Alamo I'luzu, SAN ANTONIO, - - - - TEXAS. CARTER & MULLALY, Undertakers ALAMO PLAZA. Funerals Furnished With Kvery Iteqiilslte. Siicolal attention given to forwarding bodies to all parUof the Unltel States. ayTelcptiono ......... 5.. 1 nulla atlnntluit iluVftnil nlirht. Clothing to Fit Everybody from a 'M yearold child tonn extra slzu men's suit, tit Cohen Si koonlKlioim . :W and illl Main plaza. o-n-u Iteiuoviil of the Sunset Ticket O 111 0 9. TlioSuiict railway tloket otllco 1ms been removed to the stltinif room of the Moinrer hotel . i-iu-uu lust Oponod. 0. 0. Parker, formerly with Thompson & Austin, lias opened a tlrst-class baiber shop opposite Hord hotel otllco on Dellaresns street, whero ho will bo pleased tosco all his friends ml .nolnmnrM Mr. 1'nrklT la llll) WCllknOWtl tO need any recoinniendation os a llrst-class bur ner. " Maps of the City of San Antonio. The most complete ever Issued. In sheets ! 00 1,wkithmik form Mounted J M Oil rollers .. ... .... i 1 wk. For sale by Ntc Tkniki. . A Curd. How to save monoy (and drugs) by taking Tiirkn.ltiDuliiii hatha or Steam Until for your colds, rheumatism, dumb uguo mid all skin dis eases, Cllll UU IUIJI1U HI. ..lin.i r. Corner Coinmerco and Alamo streets, Also, Hot and Cold Wator Hatha at 3.1 cents each. l-v-u If You lire SufferliiR From torpidity of the llvor or constipation of the bowels, try a bottle of iloputlztno, Dr. Tobln'B ureal liver inedielno. Every bottle Is guaranteed to you, and your monoy rof unded If vou are not satisneu. For sale al Clavln's drug store, anil by 0. Schaaao. 3-31-tlm Convincing. The proof of tho pudding Id not In chewing the string but In liavlnir an opportunity to test the article direct. CrSchasse, A. Drelss and L. Orynskl, druggists have free trial bottles of Dr. llosanko'H Cough and Lung Sy run, lor each and every olio who is amictcu witu uoiigns, Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any l.unir Atroctlou. Houiiueri' Garden, Tenth Street. This beautiful and shady pleasure resort Is niruln mien tn the nubile, situated as it Is on tho street car track and of easy access. It has a line Mower irardcn, u bcautltul promenade under a dense shado and llrst-class concert every Saturday unci ounuay evenings. C-25-Um , F. SOMUEiia, l'roprictor, Moonlight at the Spring. Tlioro Is not a llnor plaeo in tho country for Slcnsuro and enjojmont than the San Pedro prlugs park. Tim beautiful moonlight nights HilllOtl to mo ireau wriuiiin ui immiiik " summer tlowors, aim tne sweot miisio as ron. tiered by thu Spring baud make It tho reulUa. lion ot an eartuiy p irauisa. o-rj-u , Want of Vultli. ?lsts, do not su'cceod It Is not for tho want of alth. Thoy have such faith In Dr. Itosanko's uoilgu linn uiiiigojiuiinnuiuiui-uj " Colds, Consumption and Lung Affections, that they will give u trial bottle treo to each and every one who Is In nocd of a medicine of this KII1U. An Opeu Letter. San Antonio, January 1, 1833, I)rs.J.J.&W. U.Tobln: Genti.kmkn: Your Hcpatizino has been used In my family tor over a voar, and ram iiiiliesllntlnitlvsav It Is tho best remedy Iiuvh iivor iihuiI lor anv llvor trouble or coiistl' ' patlou of tho bowels. 1 would not be without It. Hesnectfullv. A. W. HOUSTON. For sale at 0. Bcbasse's and Clavln's drug store. u-xi-um Tiles. Pllos nro frequently precedod by a eonso of weight In tho back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing tho patient to supposo ho lias soino alfectlon of the kidneys or neighbor ing organs. At times, symptoms of Indigestion are present, as llatulcney, uneasiness of tho Stomitcli, eto. A moisture hko perspiration, prtKUlClIlK 1 VUI.T UIDIIK.WUH V IblMMIK, IHUL1U- ularly at night after gottlng, warm In bed, Is a vi.rv imininnu attendant, illlnd Uleedlmr and 1 telling Piles yield at onoo to tho application of Dr. Houaiiko s run jiemouy, wiuonaeisiureetiy Minn Hin iwirU ntfectod. absorbing tho Tumors allaying tho lutonso Itching, and elfoetlng a pin manent cure where all other rcmodicH have Drelsaann u.urvnm. LOCAL NEWS. ltimtlcatlng In lloerun. Many of our citizens are rusticating in liocrne. Among th'em are Mrs. M. Miller, Miss Dele Matlin, Mr. anil Mri. Reynolds Clark and Mr. D. K. Dell. Many also go there frequently to spend a quiet day with a friend. Very Ungallont. , A young lady went out for a wa k on Sun day evening with a gentleman, and on her return home, found that a sneak thief had ea tered her room, and had strewed all her finery over the floor. She was however gratified .to discover that she was only minus $S. lie Una Iteturned Home. Mr. E. L. Hawks returned home last night from Austin, and states that there is no truth whatever in the report current that he has ever attempted or premeditated suicide, lie states further that he went to Austin on business and that several persons knew that he was going there. The First Hale of Cotton Arrives. The first bale oi cotton received in this city this year, arrived yesterday, and is now at Messrs. A. U. Frank & Co's. " store. It was consigned to them by Mr. C. Arnicke, of Ar nickeville, near Gonzales, and to him belong the honor of the first shipment to the city dar inc the cotton season. A Itoudy liimriter. On Saturday a young man who was too full of whisky fighting whisky retured to Charles' boarding house, on the Alamo plaza, underrated a disturbance, during which he badly wanted to fight tile landlord, his wile, the steward, and three dogs who took a hand in the row. Eventually he was quieted and friendly hands took him carefully to bed What Hu Found In the Cellar. Mr. Aaron Frank yesterday descended into the cellar of his store upon the A lam u, which he had not visited fsr some time, and there found the bleached skeletons of two rats in a trap that had been laid there Erom the post tion and condition of the animals it was plain that one rat had partially eat the other before he had succumbed to an agonizing death. Visit the Sick mill IlUtrenaeil. The Englishman, Parsons, whose wife re cently died, and whose two-months old bab followed her to the grave soon after, is now seriously sick, he and his children being down with typhus fever. Parsons is an in dustrious man, having a good reputation, but he has been very unfortunate. For some time past he has been employed by W, R, Freeman & Co., who speak highly of him The sick family reside on Austin street, and the LIGHT suggests that a visit of our charita ble ladies would be acceptable aud do much good. Military Note Leave of absence for one month, on ac count of sickness, with permission to leave the department, is granted Second Lieutenant A. McC. Ogle, Nineteenth infantry. (Fort Ilrown, Texas), Recruit Isaac Uailey, enlisted by the re. cruiting officer at Fort Davis, Texas, is as. signed to troop B, Tenth cavalry, A General Court-Martial is appointed to meet at Fort Davis, Texas, on the 20th day ol July, 1883, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the trial of such prisoners as may be brought before it. Detail for the court: Major Anson Mills, Tenth cavalry ; Major Frederick Van Vliet, Tenth cavalry; Captain C. D. Viele. Tenth cavalry; Captain K. G. Sntither, Tenth cav airy; Captain J. T. Morrison, Tenth cavalry First Lieutenant W. 11. Deck, Tenth cavalry; First Lieutenant T. W. Jones, Tenth cavalry; First Lieutenant T. C. Woodbury, Sixteenth infantry; First Lieutenant J. S. Jouett, Tenth cavalry; First Lieutenant V. C. McFarland, Sixteenth infantry, Judge Advocate, A greater number of officers than those named cannot be assembled without manifest injury to the service, A drummer in Texas asked the conductor of a train, as it stopped at a station, " Will I have time to step off and get some refresh raents!" "You will have plenty of time, replied the conductor. The drummer got off and the train went on.without him. The next time the drummer saw the conductor he took him to task very severely for his conduct, com plaining that he had to lay over at that station seven hours. " Well," replied the conductor, you asked me 11 you had time to get some rrrrrclimrnte nn,l il vnn ., 1 .1 .,'' . ,11 refreshments, and il you couldn't'get all you wanted in seven hqurs it seems to me you are a hog." Verdict for the conductor and no appeal. Unknown Liar, Dr. Jenkins, of London, claims to have pre dicted the present outbreak of cholera 1 1 years ago. He says that when cholera originates in India it exhausts itself in Russia and Ger many, but that when it originates, as he claims this has been done, in Arabia, and extends to Ecvpt, it never fails in reachinir England For example, In March, 1S65, the disease broke out in Mecca; in June it appeared in Alexandria, killing 60,000 persons in Egypt within three months; nine days after the first death occurred in Alexandria the pestilence was in France; and in September it was in England. Dr. Jenkins takes the gloomiest view of the present outbreak in Egypt, pre dicting that before Ihe year closes the disease win be making ravages In every quarter nl th gioue. 1 new urieans times-Democrat, In Texas Slnco 1W0. 1 In San Antonio Slnco 181?, J. A. 11 llOSACK. I F. .MCC. NUWTON. Ilosack & Newton, Auctioneers, Commission Merchants and Gen eral Collectors. tif Have largo storo rooms for Consign mcnlsiitISotedad street, opposite court house, Wm. D; Cleveland, 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 should always command: He desires also to be remembered by every Cotton Shipper in the State when the new crop is ready for mar ket. No one in or out of the Stale can give better results than he can. Buying Goods at HOUSTON, and shipping Cotton to HOUSTON is no longer an experiment. Jt is a saving, and a success. Houston, Texas. Cily Lots . For Salt GOVERNMENT HILL, South ofand Adjoining .lendiniarters This Is very deslralilo property. For partial lnrs liupilie of tho Land Department of the Galveston, Harrlsburg and Sail Antonio Hall rout) com puny. H. B. Andrews, Vlco-l'resldcnt, 0r A. J. FRY, 7-0-lm Assistant Lund Commissioner. IF YOU "WANT A Fine SuitsClotties For a Little Money, Valentine Lorra THE BOSS TAILOR, Will mako it for you. Ho Is now olforing' all tho Ijitost Styles In English, French German Goods at 20 PER CENT. DISCOUN' On former prices. Only llrst-class tailors em. ployed and lino trimmings ww.nl. Suits mado up in any know.n Btylo ut short notice, and tit guaranteed. If vou want 11 nice suit 11 1. uuu.iiiui tun uuii i uiu iu iiiiurviuw .nr. uorru, on Commcrco street, noar bridge. Ho can suit you 111 quality anu price. T-s-lm Parties wishing llrlek In largo or small lots will do well to defer their orders until thoy see Jilt. a. THOMPSON, who Is now In Sun Auto nio with 200,000 rirlck, nnd will bo pleased to rIvo Information as to quantity quality and prlcos. JOHN A. KEBIt, 0-25-flt Coltllla, LaBallo Comity, Teiaa. 1 BRICK Jewelry, H. EXOCKENEEMPER, No. 23 Solcdad Street, Opposite Court House, San Antonio, Toxas. Clocks and Jewelry, 11 well-selected stock 0 Spectacles: also, llrazlllan Pebbles Set 111 Gold and Silver Frames, ltcpalrlng of l'lno Watches a specialty. iK,-om Alex. Sartor r and Joweler No. 18 Commkrcc Strict, may tf San Antonio, Texas. E. Hertzberg aod Dealer to WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. ETC. EJ-Call and aiamlna my stock and prlcu befort uyiag auewaera. All good, wl'l - told mitt written gnarant. . E. HERTZBERG. BELL & BRO'S No. 11 Commerce Street, Silver aud Plated Ware CUTLERY, ETC. Watchos and Inwnlrv rnhnirA n,n.A. sonablo. Wo tako plcasuro In showing our r zl i,'""v are inviieu 10 can. oat- uiiucuun warranted. 13-wy OTTO BMJMENTHAL, Watclinte "and Jemlcr, 311 COMMEHCE ST., SAN ANTONIO Denier In WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. Repairing and Cleaning done carefully. All Goods Warranted as Itopresented. Spocliil at tention given to all orders by mall. A trlnl Walchmakc IEWELER AND OPTICIAN toNciled. e.7.17 Medical. H. S, Bill, I. D, C, Ocuiist and Aurist, MnplLn. D 1 T1 , t, City Bye, Ear and Throat Infirmary. All diseases of Eroand I'jir treated In most approved niannor with tho latest appli ances. Crookod oyos straightened, artificial, Insortod to movo naturally, etc., oto. Ofllco nt U72 Commcrco Street. HOMOEOPATHIC Office : Sam Maverick building, corner iosoyo ana Houston streets. OFFICE XIOUIIS. OStTH Jomj, M. D. ) ( Jno. O. IIowkh, M. O. Roildence J ) Gaantleo le'ildenca " 700 Aceouia St. South Fle St. Snirllll ttrntinn ntu.n In A!.-. ... .1 and Children and to diseases of th'. Lungs, Throat and Heart Chronic cases treatedat a mstance and medicines sent promptly by mall. if NIGHT SCHOOL, lly a teacher who has had 18 years' oxperlenro In. Milwaukee, WhUlntuchPs taught: KNGI.1SII, MANBJlIl MATHEMATICS and 1IOOK IvKKI'ING. Tormsllbernl. l'rlvatolnstruetlona In above branches. Also French nt pupils' or my residence nntii'iin r n iit,t-v.i.n,,,,,, 230 Vlllltn west of South Alamo street, two uivtiuiniuuim linnillllioo. IM-lltl TILDEK AM) 0 TILL A U. S. Mail, Express and Sta Lino leaves each nlaco ilnllv rurrvmi R,,,i..ri and connects with tho trains of tho I. Sc G. N. ltnllrond, urrivlnir nt Tllden within 31 hours aftcr6tart from San Antonio. FirsUeliiss hacks, kuuu iiwiis mm cnroiui urivors. Faro, ii w: round trip, $8 00; 60 pounds baKKiuro free. J. E. TONSAM, 4 CO., Contractors. AircnU at Tllden Snowden Si Co. Auonts at Cotulln Frazler ilros. Tmpoetant YE0&WITCHELL, CEMENT Concrete and General Builders, nro prepared to erect concrete buildings and Concroto fence walls aro tho cheapest und most durable, thero bclnir no painting required, und do not decay. Outside plain nnd ornamental ccmcnttnir, by which old buildings nn mndo now, a specialty. Estlmatos furnished for tho above, ulsq for the construction of concnt sldowalks. &o. Address Yoo & Wltchcll, V. O. iiuuuiuaii AUIIilllll. IWlUt EDWARD J, GILMGIIEIt, Mason & Builder C31 HOUSTON STREET. insinuates lor aams, uriURcs, boilers, cistorns. tanks, furnacos, ovons, irratcs and bulldlnirs oi all kinds. Will Ruaranloo sntisfacUon. lob hlnir atrtellr nttnde1 tn. tiZtiuiV FRED STEINElt, rilOPItlETOH .21,26,27,52,73 Stables Corner of Avenue E nnd irnmli strcot. Connected by telephone. All orders promptly attended to. duy or niirlit. Tclcnhnmi connection No. :m. '. S. TllOUNTON, Cashier. J. M. lllinWNAON, Vresldent. Traders' National Bank 804 Commerce Street, BAN ANTONIO TEXA&. Transacts a genornl banking busluora. L. N. WALTIIAL. DKYAN CAr.LAnilAN. WALTIIAL & CALL A(i HAN, ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW, Sau Antonio, Texas. Offlco: Dwyer building, southeast rornn SAM C. BENNETT, Wholesale and ltotall Dealer In FINE WINES, LIQUORS, Cigars and Tobacco. Particular attention Klvtm to receiving and selling Wool for my pustomera. Storo on corner of Main plaza and Market street. r SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,