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RAILROAD TIME TABLE. International and Great Northern JLKAVM 1 M a. m. 12:15 p.m. BKK) p. m. 0lvi)ton, llnrrUbarc and Sun Antonio Advertising Directory. K- NIGHTS PYTHIAS. Kile Lodgo No. 3S, meets every Thursday at 730 p. m. Oastlo In Flreman'a Kail. Vlslttnir brethren welcome TNI0HT8 OK Tim O 0 I,DENK F LrToij tio IV Alamo Lodge No.23.1, meets In Odd Fellows' nail drat and third Thursday uf each month. Visiting comrades welcome. C. II. luco.f. Commander. II. KLOCKKTfKKMPKIt. Secretary. HliXAK BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION allows members $0 weekly In sickness $W atrcath. lultlatlon leo $2 60, monthly sub scription CO cents. MceUllrst and third Wed ncedaylncaob month, at Hommors & Peter son's hall. It. K. HOND, Frvsidcnt, PAUL 110VKI!. Ocncral Secretary. O.W.Htrrn. V. VoLLtmuciiT. IIUTH & VOLLBREOJIT, DEALERS IK AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Wooden and Willow Ware. Paints, Oils, Var nishes, Drushos. etc. A specialty Made of David Landrcth & Sons' Oardcn and Flower Soed. Also Outta Pcrcha Itcady Mlxcxl Paints. 310 Crockett lllock, Alamo I'laia, SAN ANTONIO, .... TEXAS. In Tcias Fines 1840. 1 In rlan AntontoSlneolBW, J. A. II. IIosack. I K. McC. Newton. Hosack & Newton, Auctioneers, Commission Merchant and den. cral Collectors. tfT llato largo store rooms for Couslgn stents at 51 Soledad street, opposlto court houre. Directory of the Churches Services are bold at tbo' following named churches In this city every Sunday. Protestant Knlsconal St. Mark'a Cathedral. east side of Travis square, Right Itev. It. W. II. Ing services at 11 o'clock; e1 en Ins: serrloo at 8 o'clock; Friday service at 6p. m.; Sunday school at mo a.m. St. John's Chapel, dlvlno service at '.I o'clock street. a.m. ana 6 p.m. gunuoy school at uu.ni. Tenth Street Church, near Sunset depot, Sun day school at II a. in. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. Pe can street and avenue C. Services Sunday at 11 a. in. and t'SSi p. m. ltcv. W. B. Kalklnbury, pastor. Sabbath school at3-00 p. m.. Cot. It. M. Moore, superintendent. Prayer and pralso meeting Wednesday at 7:00 p. in. Oerman M. E. ChurchEbcn Ilzer German M E. church, Vllllta street, Uov. (I. Dosdail, pas tor. Services on Sunday at 10.0U a. tn. and 0 p. in. Wednesday evening services a 7 o'clock. Uunday school at V a. in. First Presbyterian Church, oorncr Houston and North Florea streets, ltov. J.W. Nell, pas tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sun day school at u a. in. ltov. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In flcrroan In the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday ovening at 4 o'clock. Uesldcnco No. 4H3, North l'lores street. Madison square Presbyterian Church, llor. W. II. llucbanan, pastor. Services ovcry Sab bath at tbo chapel at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7-JO p. m. babbath school at 4 p. m. First Daptlst Church, southeast cot ucr of Jef ferson and Travis stroeta. ltov. W. II. Dodson D.D. pastor. Itesldcnco No. 10 Jctterson street. Preaching every Sabbath at 1 1 a. in. and 7 p. ra. Sabbath school iSM) a. m., E. C. Everett, supor tendent. ChrlsUan Church, corner Houston and St. Ma ry's streets; Elder I. Pennington, Pnstor. Ser vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8. p.m. Lutheran St. John's Church, corncrof Nuova and Pecan streets. Uov. A. Wledcr, pastor. Services at li) a. m. Itoman Catholic. Cathodral of San Fernando, botweon Main ana Military plazas. Very Iter!. CNarez, lilshop. Ilov. U Uenulln, priest. Low mass at 7 a.m. High mass at 10 a.m. Vespers 4 pm. St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col legotireets. Very ltov. T.J. Johnson, pastor, low mass 7 a. m. High mass 10a. m. Vespers ft p. tn. St. Josoph's (German) Church, east sldo Ala meda street, between Alamo and llonbam sts. Very Hov. H. Pelferkom. Low mass 7 a.m. II Ian mass 10 a. m. Vespers 3M p. m. St. Michel's (Polish) Church, west side Victo ria street, botweon Sooond and Third streets. Very Iter. Stanislaus Wolclechewoskl. High moss 10 a. m. Vespers 4 p. m. Ursulino Convent Church, Augusta St. Iter. COLORED CHURCHES. Free Mission Daptlst. Lavarra street. Fourth Ward. Iter. J. W. Williams, pastor, services every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday and preaching at 8 p. m. on Thursdays. New Light Free Mission Daptlst, Laracca street. Fourth ward, ltov. J, Holmes, pastor. Services cvory Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every Friday, preaching at 8 p. hi. on Wednesday and Saturday, St. Paul Methodist, cast Alameda street. Iter , It. Carnos, pastor. Services ovcry Sunday, and Wednesday and Friday nights. African Methodist Church, opposite Santa Hosa Hospital, Second Wurd. ltov. J. O. Emory pastor. Macedonia Daptlst Church, Pocan street, Hov L. (I.Jordan, pastor. Servlcos ovcry Sunday at a and 8 o'clock n. m. Habhuth ,.,nni ..to ,; in. Services Thursday night and prayer nicct- Tlie Cuase of Failure Want of confidence, accounts for halt of the business fallurer of to-day. c, Schasse, A. Drelss and L. Orynskl, druggists, are not llablo 10 jou tur mo wtuu oi conuaencoin ur. uosan' ko's Cough and Lunir Hvrun. for thnv trlv. away a bottle feoo to all whoaresurlorlng with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption and all aneciions 01 we 'lnroat ana bung. riles, Piles nro frequently prccedod by a sense ot weight In the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to supposo bo has some affection ot tbo kidneys or neighbor ing organs. Attlmcs,symptonis of indigestion are present, as flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, eto. A moisture Uko perspiration, producing a very dlsagrocal.o Itching, partic ularly at night after gettlnir warm in bed, is a very common attendant. Wind Ulccdlnu- and Itching Piles yield at onco to tho application of Dr. Uosanko'a l'llo Itemed y, which acts directly upon the parte affected, absorbing the Tumors allaying the Intense Itching, and effecting a permanent cure whero all other remedies have raueo. rnoe w cents. 001a oy u. ucnasse, A, Drtlsa and L. Orrnski. J. H. MARQUART, ,:rTt,,,.:,.or Orescent Oity BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY No, 17 Soledad St., Opposite Court House, MsWm ISOOT3 AND SHOES TO ORDI.lt, . 0 AUoh&t tht only cam pi etc llit and Shaa Mmfctjry rid ttoctcof Leithiri, employ, more workmen. Urn than any other tablihment of tht Mnd in the city. Only First llass Workmen Employed All work and ntAl Kcpairhl dans on ihlrt notlc Crrncrnt City Hoot and Shot Manufactory. Cltyltecelpta. City Collector iUuelien'i report for the week ending November 16, shows the follow ing receipts: General' fend $745 51 Special fund 39 02 Police fund 315 20 Bexar county (und 19 51 School fund 24 51 Total $1173 75 More Money Than Manners. Three gentlemen were dining together at the Maiion Blanche, and the weather being rather cold, a dark complexioned gentlemtn, evidently a man of mean, was kindly and politely asked lo shut the door, but Instead of cimplying wilh this simple request, he an swered with an oath he would not. One of lie three took it up, hut his companions stopped any row. Proprietors should look after tuch courteous dark complexioned men. Itiiltroml News. From Mr. W. J. Hoover, who just arrived from Mex!eo,theI.!GltT learns that Ihe gradiog of the Sunset extension is finished up to Mon clova, and the track is laid within 10 mites of the hot springs. After It is 12 miles past Monclova and at its 250th kilometre, it is supposed that work will stop. The grading will be finished In about two months and the tracklayers hope to eit their Christmas dinner in Monclova. It is further reported that the Mexican National narrow gauge is to be widened out to the standing gauge. The Iteasoil tVliy. The cattle market Is unusually Inactive and has been so for some time past. This Is at tributed to the "bulling" and "bearing" ofthe market and to exaggerated reports in Northern cities, which have led to the opinion that cat tle can be bought here at a very low figure. There are plenty ot buyers in the city, but they want to buy at figures that the local men would jump at, and Ihe difference between them and the sellers Is too great to be bridged over. The Northern speculators are, in fact, waiting for low figures that will not come, and the sellers believe that the present or even higher prices will be maintained. It Needs It Iludly. The sidewalks on St. Mary's street, between Houston street and the RIncon school, are in a bad condition, in consequence of the rain, and certainly a good sidewalk Is needed to ac commodate Ihe numerous pedestrians who pass there. One of the inhabitants had a bad sidewalk and attempted to improve it by dumping a quantity of white earth on the walk. The rain saturated it, and made It so nasty and slippery that citizens who had to pass through It had to wade through several inches of white mortar at the risk of falling into it. It is satisfactory to know that the City Council propose to take action to remedy the condition of these sidewalks. Holidny Kditlon. The Light will Issue a special holiday edi tion of io.oco copies about the loth or 15th of December, for free distribution. It will not be a special advertising sheet, but will contain a great deal of useful and valuable In formation about the city, and West Texas generally. It will be eight or 16 pages, ac cording to the requirements of our patrons. Preferred space given to those who apply early. We do cot propose to advertise 10,000 or 20,000 edition and furnish only 3,000 and Invite Ihose interested to call at our office and see for themselves the actual number of papers printed. Our agents will call on the merchants and business men for their favors. Aldermen, Show Tour Colors, Editor Ban Antonio Light. San Antonio, November 17. In reading yesterday's Issue ofthe Liciit, we see that the Board 01 Health, in their report on sani tary matters, seem to have Imbibed Alderman Lockwood's idea of polluting our river to the detriment of more than two-thirds of the popU' lation of San Antonio. It does seem that they lave lent one eye on this all "important sub, ject." They cannot see with their other eye that the best and cheapest way to get rid of the mud Is to cart it outside of the city where it cannot be hauled back again. No unbiased man can come to any other conclusion. Wake up, Aldermen; two-thirds of the city request you to show your colors on this all important subject. Don't allow your selves to be lulled into security by a very small minority. Many Citizens. ICeiul and l'ond.r, la the remarkable character of figures for always telling the truth an honest cause can always find its most potent auxiliary. To show conclusively and at a glance how the itreet car system has benefited the city and enhanced the value of real estate let the as sessment rolls speak. For Instance, the assessment on property between Houston street on the east, Main plaza on the west, Is as follows on Soledad street : In 1879, before Ihe advent of street cars, property was valued at S7? per foot. In 1SS3 with cars running it Is assessed at $150 tSt thorte-t notice id bt i n. In San Ant lo. Keep, ihe I Argot, bnt and mot out morf ood and give-i btttcr ftatli'tctton and KutlreS.itisfdctlou (iuarantceii. 1 tn net d of anything in thU.tint, remember ihe jS-t' per foot. Acequia street, with no cars run ning tn 1879, was assessed at only $J! per foot. Now with the cars it Is rated at $55 per foot. These are only straws of indication, but they are quite consoling and unanswerable to the average tax payer and voter. Mint Tak Outn I.lrense. A saloonlst recently purchasod a saloon In this city and has been carrying on business under tho former owner's license. Ho has Just been nolltlcd by tbo Internal ltcvenuo oflleer that ho must tako out a license personally, or ho Is llablo to tho penalty for selling liquors without 11 license A Growinc Town. From tho Chicago Journal. "What do you do here to keep this town npt" asked asked a railroad passenger of a resident at Yarns, in Arizona, while the train was stopping for supper. "Dot" was the reply, "let's see we had a fort here once that cave our town a start: now we have the Territorial penitentiary here, and that in creases our population amazingly, such as it Is I" LANDS! SIX MIIiMOS AOKKH Tor Snlo !)' G.W.ANGLE, Formerly with tand Deportment Interna tional nnlf.rt'iitortliorri railway. 202 Commerce St. Cor. avarro, Upitulrs ocr Ilium Sc Kocnlyalicrftor'a, Suu Antonio Texas. Western agent for tlio Now York nnl Texas Land company, limited, owner of the International and CJreat Northern and Houston and (Jreat Northern railroad land jrrunts and other lunda. Il-Vdm Grand Opening ! SIMON MORRIS Takes pk'inuro la iiunouncluif that lie has re moved from Bunsct depot, and can now bo found with a replenished stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods ANI CLOTHING, Hats, caps, trunks, valUos, eto. 2! l!ast Hous ton street, opposltu Dcgencr's lumber yard, Ban Antonio. lt-3 N. S. BURNHAM, M. D., 272 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. All diseases ot Byoand Ear treated in Inserted to movo naturally, elo., eto. A. W. DILL AIM), ATTORNEY -AT -LAW, Xo. lii Solciltid Street, Itoom 5, S.in Antonio, Texas. Will practice in nil tho courts of Texas, 10-10- tf FRANK OLSMITH&Co. The Best In the World, Henry Richarda1 BreecH'Loadins SSiagh (k GUNS, PISTOLS CUTLERY AMI 1'I.T.tINO TACKLE. Agout for Lcfercr HaminerlcM Onus. No. 210 Commerce street, San Antonio, Texas. Send for prloo list. lo-M-flm MEXICO! Persons desiring Information about Mexico bad bettor purchase "The llepubllo of Mexico In 1882," with revised and corrected map, by Lorcnto Castro, Depot at Nio Tcngg's, Com merce striet, Smi Antonio. Price per copy, with snap, $ it. T.VVSC IT J fink cioons. low rulers. Jowolry, J x t r ' H. KLOtmSMPER, I V. Lorra, j t'ommrrco St., Xoar llrldRC. Has received the larxeat stock ot English French and German Roods ever brought to this cltv. All styles and colors. Only nrst-clasa tailors employed. Suits mado up In the latest style, at tho lowest possible prices, and a per fect fit guaranteed. 1 raders' National Bank XOl Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. Transact a Keneral banking business. JT BREEDING & SON, A RO HIT 12 GTS. Doom No 6, Tclephono bulldlnir, corner of Boledad and Houston streets, Han Antonio. r7-AFcnts for PATENT TIN IIOOFINO PLATIM, mado by the National Sheet Metal Hooting Company. Boo samples at our otllco. SAM C. BENNETT, " Wholcsalo and Retail Dcalor Id VlTiK WINES, LIQUORS, SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS. I hnvo known and watched tho uso of Swift's Spcclllc for over fifty years, and liavo novcr known or heard of a failure to euro Illood Poison when properly taken. In all ray llfo I havo never known a remedy that would so fully accomplish what It In revomtnpndod to du. ILL, DKNNAUO, Perry, Oa. Wo havo sold Swift's SpcclOa (S. fl. S.) with most astonishing results. Ono Kcntlcnun who umxI half n doen bottles says that It has dono him more irood than trcntmcnt which copt him $ I.U0O. Another who has used It for a Scrofulous affection reports a permanent euro from Its uso. VAN Ml AAO'K, 8TEVHNSON Ic CO., Chicago, Illinois. $1,000 KEWAUIU Will bo nnliltnnnr Chemist who will find, on analyxlsot 100 bottles of H. 8. B.. ono imrtlclo or Mercury, lociinn rotAMium.orany mineral substance. THE SWIFT SPEC! F1C CO. Drawer 3, A tlantn, (lo. Our trvatlfoon nioodnnd Skin Diseases mailed frfo toappllcuiits. IM-lyr JOHN H. COPELiAND, Attoriifj- and Counsellor nt Lair, and Xotiiry l'ublic. Olllcoi No. SiO West Oommcrco street, up stairs. Practices In all tho courts. lO-SO-ly flo.l2YTUrWST. Sanntonio Texas L. N. WALTHAL. BI1TAK CALLAaitAN, WALTHALL & CALLAGDAN, ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW, San Antonio, Texas. OOlrxii Dwycr building, soutboatt corns COAL! COAL! AW persons who hnvo been using Pat Klnnoy coal can set snuio la any quantity, from 100 pounds to a car load, at Freeman's atock yard, 323 and 310 South Florea street. Or telephone caro of CJeorffO Rtumbcnr. Slates at Clavln'a drug Btoro nnd Friedman barrel bouse. Triers as low an any. A law supply rIwiij-h on band and orders will bo promptly ailed. 1 1-5-1 in MIITIIV & SIIELTOX, .AJR, OHiaEOTS Office, Corner Houston Si Accqqla Street. Sim Antonio, Toxns. -y T. J. Devini. W. 8. Smith DEVINE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Office Ilooras 7 and 8, Devtno Uulldlng, Soledad street. Will attend to all buslneea the State and Federal Courts. 8HND YOUK D.VDIUITCKS TO roil the rorxowiNO ntusoxs ; 1. A competent and complete faculty, using tho latest and best methods. 2. A healthful and central location, tl. A Texas school, ex clusively female. 4. Commodious and com foruiblo buildings. 15. Tbo boarding circle a community household. 0. The best advan uurrs at iuo lowest pnoos. aji tno aopart No. 3 Soledad Street, Opposlto Court House, Han Antonio, Tolas. Keeps on hand is flno stock f Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, a wcll-nelocted stock of Spectacles: also, llraxlllan febblt bet In Oold and HllverFrainrt. Itepalrlngof Flno Watche. a specialty. rV-7-4m E. Hertzberg JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. sad Dtftltr la WATCHES. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. ETC. All giads vCI bs said nadir wrltlta faart lu E. HERTZBERG. BELL & BRO'S. No. II Commerce Street, WlOHIrT 1 .''ULi Silver nnd Tlatcd Wuro, CUTLERY, ETC. Sartor Watchmaker anil jeweler No. 1 8 CouMiaci Stuxxt, may tf San Arrromo. Txxaj. S. S T e n3sr, Diamonds, Watches, FINE JEWELRY "48 Coiniuorco Street, San Antonio. Special attention given to repairing. 9-15-1? NARC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commtsslon Dealer. San Antonio. Texas. P. Rhode & ('. II. Hcncko, Manufacturers ot all kinds of 11ARRRL3, KP.QS, ETC., CVFRESS CISTERNS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attontlon to crdsrt . Addrosa Bar SO" IIoistOD, Texas. Alex. Miscellaneous. IntcrnationallGreat Northern H ATT i17t7W."g". Tlrao Card, In KtTect Jnlf 22. Leave San Antonio bound North at 7:15 a, m., 13:13 p.m. Arrive &3S p. m. and 8 p.m. Leave for Laredo 0 p. m arrive from Laredo M5a.ni. Train leaving; San Antonio 7:W a. m. has tbo famous PULLMAN HOTEL CAR through to St Louis without chance. Train leavlna; San Antonio at 13:11 p. m. has Pullman Palace Bleeping car to St. Louis. Two express trains dally between San Antonio, St. Louis, and Austin. Clow connections at Ltttlo Hock for tht Southeast, and In tho Union depot, St, Louts, with all express trains. For tickets, rates, tlmo cards or any Infor mation apply to J. S. LANDIIV, Ticket Clerk, 13 Commerce street, San Antonio, Tex. II. P. HU01II3, Panenier Airrnt, Houston, Tex II. W. McCUI.LOUOII, A. O. P. A, Marshall, Tex, II.C.TOWNSEND.O. P, A St. Louis, Uo H. M. IIOXIR, Tldr.1 VlocPrraldent. St. Louis. Mo. decided nr ltoyal Havana Lottery. November 21, 1883. Number for Xumbcr-rrlzo for Prize With 43) additional prlxes. Only 42,000 Tickets. 1838 Frizes. scnr.nrLt. 1 Capital Prtio $ liorr) 1 ' 4.UUU 1 " " lu r rrlies, J.vrj each TJm ID au 2,u) mi " to " s,uio 1KB " 10 " 1I.OW VI Approximations to lint prlxe, tSu each ....... . 1.W0 119 Approximations to second prlxe, t'M each ... ... 1.9SI 1418 Prizes aa above, belna; tbo full num ber tn tho ltoyal Havana, and 430 Additional Prizes of $5 each to tho 43) tickets havlmr aa cndlnjr num bers tho two terminal units of tho number drawing tbe Capital l'rlio of 12,000 2,100 1KW Prliea, nmountlnst In U S.KOIdto..$ 4I.0W) Tickets, S3.0O . . Halves, ajl.00. Tho ltoyal Havana ofrlclal list decides every frlro. Subject to no manipulation, not con rolled by tho pantos in interest, honestly managed. It Is tho fairest, squarest and best thing that could be conceived. Sec that the namo OOULD 4 CO., la on the ticket. None others are genuine ALL PHIZES PAID ON PUESENTATION. For Information and particular address or apply to SIIIPSBir COMPANY, 1212 llroadway.Now York City 84 East Itandoli'h Street, Chicago IIL, Or W. W. WALL1NO, No. 3 West Commerce Street and No.8 Alamo Plata. San Antonio. r. BID JOKES, T. n.Iir.CRTI9, OSCAR DKRGSTnOSf (Successors to PhllDoU . SIT JOOTCS & Co. 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. C Spring Cart Co., ItTJSirVIIiliE, INDIANA. PRICES LOW. Ask your merchant to sot prices for you, GSpring Cart Co. Helotes Ranche. STANDARD STAIiLIONS. MAMT1RINO nOWAHDJtrotter) soo No. D. J. Trcaoy's catalearuo, Lexlnirton, Kr. ne la a blooded bay, 19 hands high, weighs LSUi) pounds. Borvlco, lii. KNIOnT OF ST. LOUIS (thorouahbrod) sired by O lendowcr, dam by Kpsllon, seo llruoo Auittlcan Stud Book, volumo B, paa-e WS. lie lsadarkcbcstnutsorrcl. Service, 123. DICK (Kentucky Jack), 15 bands high, weighs 000 pounds, Will coTur ruaroa or lenneta. Service, f 14. Bhort-horn thoroughbred cattle, Red Bulls, by twonty-elgbth London Duke, Lexington, Ky. Borriocs, $10. . Spnngseason.Pebruary 1. Terms cosh. Sor Tlocs paid when marcs token away, and tf not with loal, have the prlvllego to return tho next season free ot charge. Stock delivered at Al fred 1 leaves', Mala Plata, will bo takoa and brought bask without cost . gDIXBKAn, IS) It Helotes. Tz. Mm, I Wholesale Manufacturer of TWO-WHEELED VEHICLES