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The San Antonio Light.
Gilford, Johnson & Winder, I'ltopmnToitM. rnnLisnm uxiLr (Kjctrr bunuavmt HO EAST COMMF.UCn STHKET. Duv.nrn by carTlors throughout tho city at 10 Cents Per Week, payable to our agent. Single coplos for sale by nowsboys at ahsseJptlun Per Year, SJ5 In Advance. A I) VRHTISl.NO KATES: one riticn-.No DEVIATION. 1 invli 1 HID0....1 ID" 1 Inch 2 months 1100 i iwn-k.. aw i " :i " .ww I " 2 " ...ui 1 " a " . 3UW I Inch I month. an' t " 1 year .Miu Anyglvennuinbernf Inchest time per Inchtl 00 jlnchoii3tlmothepricof 1 with 33 per cent off. 6 Inches 4 times 1 Inch, S5 per cent off, stncho, 3tnos... nil). 6 Inches a inos 13000 Slnchrtl year ...ajoou Ucniumn, Itlmo.. llui tcolumn 1 llmo MOO 1 tk, 3J Ul lwcckaiOO ' t mo .. 40uu 1 mo..luu 1 mo... HIUJ "3 mo. IUH "J smo...liwcu " n mo. 240 uj lrcr.joooo ' 1 v'r moo One Milan', 8 line. SI for first Insertion;) for each subsequent Insertion. Special notices next to reading matter I IO per square, each Insertion. Bight lines or less, ons square Reading matter, local column, 20 cents per line first Insertion and 5 rcnti Hfter flrat week. Par mouth 3ii centa a lino. Advertisers curtailing tho term for which they hnvo controctcil, will pay regular rates for that fame during which their advertisement iiiulni In tho paper. LKOAtiADVKtmSKMK.VW, I.UJper inch tor dm Insertion, 74 centa for each sutcq ent insertion. THUSTEE'S SAMS, JI.00 per . Inch for Jrst Inaertlon, and z& renta per Inch ror each tubaeouent Inaertlon. Trustees saloa ordered tor weekly charred name aa Legal advcnle uenta. Cfllome advertising parablo on flrat of each south. Transient advertising payablo In ad vance. Only metal cuta printed, for which an ttra ohorge of 60 per cent, la made. (3-D. F. JOHNSON la duly authorized to solicit and collect for Tint Ban Antonio LinrtT. Hubaortbera not receiving their paper will mease mako complaint to him or at the olHco. -Subscribers aro warned not to pay their subscription except upon presentation of a. roperly receipted hilt from tbia onico. THOMAS It. JOHNSON, llustness Manager. Entered at pnstofllco at San Antanlo, Texas, aa seoond-closn matter. WEDNESDAY, DIXKMllKIl IX, 1883- Tut fool killer li needed very badly at the office of Ihe DlUTlme$. Tin Dallas Times ctilicitei the message of President Atthur. The force of impudence could go no farther. Magcik Cox was not caught in San Anto nio as the press states. Truth is a rare article in some newspaper office. It WAS too bad to tell the public that the editor of the Waco Examiner once edited the News and the Tost. Tin tariff, question is still worrying the Democratic party, but the people have settled ' It In favor of the Republicans. Tux fence cutting question Is bound to dis rupt the Democratic party o Texas and to consign hundreds of leaders to their political graves. Govirnok Ireland favored the "old ticket," and by so doing, confessed himself to be a fossilued politician. How does he stand on the tariff question and fence cutting! Tin Waco Kxaminer foreshadows a war on Culberson and Wellborn next year for ex pressing a preference for Randall. It Is "biting off more tobacco than it can chew." The Galveston Print mutt have been on a spree; It credits the Times with an article from the Light. The Light Is a rich one in good things to spare a few to its neighbors ho are in need. We should esteem It an act of simple justice from our contemporaries when they utilise our column of compiled State items, by clipping from it, to give us Ihe proper credit. It will give them only a little trouble to do so, and will lessen the strain on Iheirconsciences. The man who docs not believe Alderman Belknap's proposition to expend $250,000 in improving the streets and build sewers, should at once take a stroll down those two seas of mud commonly called Commerce and IIous l 1 streets, and be convinced of his error. The Bourbons will need the aid of the Houston Post very badly in 1884. The lllib eril and ungenerous treatment shown the Dallss Herald, Houston Post and Galveston News is enough to disgust all thinking men with Bourbon Democracy. It Is simply a monstrous persecution. The Light has received a communication from some one on the subject of the proposed street railway extension up North Flores street, b'utas Ihe writer does not give his same the article found Its way to the waste basket. Anonymous letters are no good, however well written they may be. The Express was for protection and Ran dall and made a manful fight for them, and Ihi Carlisle papers are unjust and unfeeling .In exulting over the fallen and discomfited. In a year from now the Express can twit the Bourbons for having defeated their party solely to elect Carlisle. Time, with its whirli gig, equalises things wonderfully. The Fort Worth Gaielte and several Bour bon newspapers are much troubled about Tom Ochiltree, but at he was elected In despite of them, and has never asked to have them ap pointed his guardians, they might as well let Tom Ochiltree "paddle his own canoe" and "weed bit own row." Major Ochiltree no doubt can take care of himself In any crowd. Black Hollow, near Gainesville, Cook county, Texas, It getting to be at famous for robberies as Hountlow Heath, In the vicinity of London, wat a century past. The reported . robbing of the mail at this point looks as though the stage driver was in partnership with the solitary robber on horieb.uk. The driver has never made the least bit of resis tance. Alderman Story hat been and is a serious clogg upon the progress of San Antonio and Is too much of an antedeluvlan to "catch on to" the car of progress. A Council composed of such men would ruin the business progress of San Antonio In a twelve month. He repre sents his own notions and not those of his constituents. The Waco Examiner Is entirely at fault in surmising that the Lisht is trying to "sow discord between Northern and Southern Democrats." That task was performed by the election ol Carlisle, upon the platform of a "tariff for revenue only." If the Light was to be "tickled with a straw," the Kxaminer would be invited to tickle us. The wit of the Examiner is not visible even by the aid of a microscope. The lirenham Banner says: "Texas has a large delegation in Congress this session and the Is moving in Ihe important matter of recog nition. Senator Coke has introduced two bills providing for public buildings In Texas, one at San Antonio and tie other at Waco. Colonel Ochiltree will introduce a bill for pub lic buildings at Brownsville, and he has al ready introduced a bill requiring Ihe Commis sioner o( Agriculture to Inquire Into the dis eases of theep." If the Waco Examiner does not whittle down brakes, and slow up, the "machine" will tue out a writ de lunallco ioquirendo againtt it. The Etaminer it running amuck, like a tipsy rtfalay, only its weapon ,li both lull and blunt. It even Attacks the Times, thich, as everybody knows, is the extract and concentrated essence ol Democracy. ade after the recipe of John C. Calhoun and Jeff Davis. As regards the proposition to remove the ashes of Ben Milam from Milam square to the cemetery, a number ol prominent citlsens, both In the city and the country, have called upon the Light and asked that a protest be entered againtt It. Hit remains were buried where he felt, and some years ago were re moved to their present retting place, and It would be far more fitting that a monument be erected over them In Milam square than the scheme advocated. Numerous papers in Terns have followed the example of the Gazette In landing the beautiful sunsets ol the past month. fFort Worth Gazette. The Gazette must get out of this stuck-up "I am that, 1 am" way it has fallen Into of late, if It docs nnt care to be come the butt of all the newspapers in the State. Editors and other persons surely can observe and admire a lovely sunset, which is In plain view, without haviog Ihe Gazette set them the "example." The Gazette cannot monopolize the sunsets or the sunrises in Texas. The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe railroad has Issued a pamphlet under the head of "Round-Up of Factt," in which are a num ber of most complimentary and commendary letters from shippers, bearing testimony to the tuccess which has attended their shipments of cattle over that route and showing the facilities potsetted by the road for the hauling ol any number of cars. This road claims to be "the cattle route of Texas," and from Ihe good wordt tpoken for It by cattle men, would teem to indicate that it wat all and more than wat claimed. Mr. Oscar G. Murray It the efficient general patsengcr and freight agent of Ihe road, which accounts for its popularity. Paris Fashion Items, A French correspondent writes: This year silk gloves are an Innovation; while ones worn In the hot weather with white dresses looked well. A few are seen in the evening, and these are often tied with ribbon at the top. Tan and black find some favor lor morning' the vivid red and blue are abominations. Cropped and disheveled heads are not of this season Ihey belong to the past; but, alas, the paint pot and golden hair dye still hold their own. A notable change has thown itself In the style of dressing the hair. A few months ago most people were content to let their plaits or twists rest in the nape o( the neck; now many drag the hair to the summit of the head In the evening all wear it hicher than they used, If not on the top of the head. Im moderately short ball gowns have been dis carded, and given room to thote more tuitable In length. A decided craze hat manifested itself in the grotesque wriggling and twaying movement of the jaunty crinolette. Put on t y many in the most slovenly manner, rarely it ever hardly tied or pinned to prevent i'S wob bling and twitting round, the liberties Ihe so called improver allows itsell are untold. This year, equal to Punch's Fashion defendt the mott abturd proceedings, and all follow the multitude. Pompons and ribbons wnnh sit nauseam tire the eye. The efTect of these ribbons is comic in the extreme. Placed in every conceivable place, from the shoulder knot to the edge of the gown, such a recruit ing sergeant display was never seen till this Cnrllslo tha Speukor. The agony, protracted as it was, over the election of Speaker, having resulted in the choice of Carlisle, of Kentucky, Ihe business Interests ol the country will continue to flow In their accustomed channels, while Wolfson draws attention of all classes, protectionists and free trader!, that their wives can purchase from him at reasonable figures anything In hit ttock. He hat just Invoiced a late ar rival ol ladies' circulars of the latest and mott fathlonable ttylet. Alto velvet! and ve veteens, plain and embossed of assorted colors. Ladies' handkerchiefs, hem stitched or tcalloped, together with tkirtt, plain, colored and embroidered, are selling rapidly and pleating everybody. Among his newest goods, ordered by telegraph, Is a splendid l ..Ud'" ,nd mles' shoes and ties. In the millinery line the labric and styles are of ihe I'ri Di New York dei'gns. The luralshing and trimming of every Lnnoet Is under the superintendence ol a lady accom comphshed In this line of work. Wollson's emporium 1 complete In every line of goodt lll yh ?!tUU L. u "uUm of "" long ettablithed trade which scarcely needs repeti- Convincing. Tho proof of the pudding la not In chcwlnir tho string but In hating an opportunity to teat the article direct. V, Behassc, A. llrclsa and I,. druggists have freo trial Ik nko'a Cough and I.iinir Hymn, ry one who la atllictod with Want or Faith. If 0. Rchasse, f Orvnskl, or A. l)rel". drug gets, do not f uccced It la not for the want of fiilth. They have such fnllh 111 Dr. Ilosnnkn's I'ouuh and MlngSyrupasa rcinedyfor Coughs, Colds, Consumption and Lung Affection, that iney will givo A inai ikhiio irenioencn ami Jtnoflliff. Messrs. Ilrrnca Kerr, naconlrnctcra for tho Fletcher Oomwllloil (travel roollnir aro pro pared to fill nil onlerr. The roof la proven ly thorough Investigation, lung-uo and thoiisanila nr testimonial to be the moat economical, durable and Imt fire roof In the market. TI10 elo.taernllny la Invited. Ollli-o No. 2VI com merrcstreet. 1 1-1 f The HI. Leonard Hotel. e ads lac our friends when they gntor-'un Antonio In atop nt tho new "St. l.coniinl Recording to the rooms occupied. No wbeio In tho Houth can the aome nccntnmodallona bo found for tho money. Block men will plea-e make anote of thla. li-lnHm took Out l'ur Our December Ilnrcnlna. A gem of n cottago of- live rooms, front and reargallerlca. terra rutin Ilnl-h. with all mod. rrn oniveulciices, cheapest property In tho city. Jlffio. Two splendid lota with threo street fronts, with good atable, etc., bun Pedro as cnue. Will fhnnrlnr. ftlllul). Pomo choice building or bitatnesa lots on Hast Commerce street, near old Post house. One lot on Central Commerce street, near First National bank, nbout 23x100 feet, vnlua blo property. tlAioun for sale A No. 1 stand doing good b'talnesa. Also half Interest In a frood paying business Hilton .v VotiNO, n ir it i,tnn Mreel. Thouiantla or persons aro poisoned In Amei leu by the continued use of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium and other minerals, for sarluuadls- 1. The Mercury worke Its way into mo maiismantl uecay 01 inu 'iitHMlum eats away the coating of tho atomaeh, and drlea up the gastrlo Juices which digest tho food, and tho pHtlont Ingera along In agony n- la glad todlo to got nwuy from mlfcry- uwlft's Bpcclllo la a com plctuuntldote to alt this poison. It eliminates Mercury from the system, reu oves the evil ef fects of Iodide of Potassium, and brings back health and happiness, bend your addreas for a copy of Treatl--n on Illood and Skin Diseases. The Swirr Si'KCirio ConrANr, Drawer No. 3, Atlanta, Un. Pllre aro frequently preceded by 1 aro present, aa Untuieney, uneaslnosa of tho stomach, etc. A molsturo llko perspiration, producing a very dlaagreeai o Itching, partic ularly at nlgbt after getting warm In tied, la A vory common attendant- Blind Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to tbo application of Dr. Iloaanko'a Pile ltomody, nblchactadlrcctly rirnlMAnd LwOrrnsH CTtiitlon by l'ubllrutloli. Tlin STATU OK TUX A3, 1 CouisTvor llr.xAH. ( To tho Sheriff or any Constablo of Ucxar County (1 reeling 1 Whereas. J. N. Armstrong has filed his suit bcroro me on tbo 2-"ith day of October, A. 1. 18KI, aralnst J. II. Ilalllgnn, to recover of said J. It. HulltEan tbo sum nf nrty llvo dollars and acventy.ono cents ttttt 71). duo upon an account for gas and fixtures furnished to suld J. II. llAlllgan. And tho said J. X. Armstrong, having made allldavlt brforo mo that the said J. II. I litlllgun la a non resident or the State of Texas, so that ordinary procct-A of law cannot bo served upon him. These are thcreforo to com mand you that you summon, by publication ror foursiicceesivo weeks. In aoino newspaper pub lished In tbocltyof San Antonio, Ilexareounty, Texas, the said J. II. Ilalllgan. tho defendant to bo and appear before mo nt my nfllco In tho cltyottfan Antonio, titato und county afore SAld, on tho second Monday In December, A. D. IM3, It being tho loth il.ir or said month of De cember, to answer said suit of J. N. Armstrong, ptainttir, ltl tho sum ol llfty-tlvo dollars and seventy-one centa ($&j71), as shown by tho aeenunt on tile In my olllee. Herein lull not, but or this writ mako due re turn, shnwlug bow you havo executed tho same. (liven under my hand at office In tho city of San Antonio this 21st day of November, A.D. issa. Anton Adam, Justice of tho Pcaco Precinct No. 1, Bexar County, Texas. Cauic to hand November 21, ISK), at 10 o'clock a. m.. and executed No, ember 21. 1883, by causing thla citation to bo published In tho Pax Antomo I.ioiit, a rewspaper published In Hexar county, lor four successive weeks. 11-22.4W Fit tli IIadeiu Constable. Citation by Publication. TUB STATU OF TBXAS, I Coiintv or IIEXAU. f To the She! Ill or any ConstAbloof Bexar County Greeting; Whereas, J. II Copcland, lq., attorney for V. II. Outterslde Co., tiled his suit bcroro 1110 on the 2"th day of October, A, D., ISA'!, against J II. Ilalllgan, to recover or said J II. Ilalligau 1li sum or sixty-two dollars and seventy-two cents ($13 72), duo upon account ror goods sold und delivered tosald J. II. Ilalll gan. And tho said John II. Copclaud, attorney lor W, II Outterslde & Co., having nfldo affi davit before 1110 that tho said J. II. Ilalllgan 19 a non resident of the Ktale of Texas, so that orainary procctm or law cannot do servcu upon the said J. II. Ilalllgan, tho defendant, tn bo and appear before mo at my office In tho city of San Antonio, Stato of Texas, and county afor said, on tho second Monday in December, A I)., lfW). it being tho 10th day of said month of December, to answer said suit of w, II. Outtcrsldo A; to., platotHTa, iu thosuin of sixty two dollarB and seventy-two cents (S02 72)us shown by the sworn account on Ulo In my olllee. Herein fall not, but of this writ mako duo return, showing how you havo executed tho Came to hand November 21 at 10 o'clock 11, m., and executed November 21, l&cj, by order ing this citation published in the man Antonio I.ioiit for four Buceosslvo weeks. Kkeii Badeh, ll-214wks ' Constablo Bexar County. Citation by Publication. Till". STATU OFTBXA8, 1 County" or Iikxaii, f To tho Bhorlff or any Constublo ot Bexar County Creeling: Whereas, J.II. Copeland, Kaq., attorney for Paul Wagner, tiled suit beforo me, on tho 2t!th day of October, A. D. 8&i. against J, II Ilal llgan, to recover of said J II, Ilalllgan tbo sum 01 nfty-soven dollars and thlriy-ono cents (S57 31), duo upon account ror goodssoldand delivered to said J. II. Ilalllgan; and tho said John II. Copeland, attorney ror suld Paul Wag ner, having made affidavit berore tno that the said J. II. ilalllgan Is a non-resident of the Statu or Texas, so that ordinary process of law can not bo sorvedupon hlra. Theso are there fore to command you that you summon by publication for rour successive weeks Insome newspuper published lu the city of San Anto nio, Hexar county, Texas, tho said J. II. Haiti gen, tbo dotendant, to be and appear before moat my offico n tho city ot San Antonio, Stato of Texas and county aforesaid, on the second .Monday in iieccmoer, a. 11., it being the loth day of said month of December, to answer said suit of Paul Wagner, plaliilitr, In the sum nf tlftv-aaven dollars and thirtv-nnn cents (J57 31), as shown by tho sworn account on llloln my office. Herein fall not, but of this writ mako due return, showlug how you havo executed tho (liven under my band at olllco In tho city of pan Antonio mis sisi uay 01 nnvemuer, a. 11., 1BS3. Anton Adah, Justico of the Peace, Precinct. No. ,1. 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Solfl Agents for (lie l!flclr.tfcil An-rlll lleady-Mixel Paint. Paper Hangings in Every Variety. 233 and 235 East Houston Street, San Antonio, Texas. O. UJ1. FROMMER, Practical Book Binder and Ruler, 0. Court IIoiihi", NoltMlnil St., Knn Antonio. J,il"!."inI ll,"Ui"t h'"1 rulln llo,1 l"i nealiiesa, durability and dispatch. timetltl.ii 111 prices uenKHi. 7.ca-lni MERCHANT TAILOR, Xo. Jll) Solctlnd Street, Sun Antoulo. Dyeliisr andscourlnjra siKWlalty. Keep a well selectod suvk of jenns and canalmofe sprtnir bottom pants on hand. Guarantees enure utlsfaotlon In sty o fit aid prloea. Hepalrlnir done in good style, (Jlvo hlma call. MESQUITJ3 BLOCK PAVEMENT. T, C Ofllco and Factor? 300, .108 S. I.aroilo Street, San Antonio. The 1 best material now offerod to tho publlo for streets and sldowalk pavinir. Prices First elas i2c. per loot, Hocond-classSio. lteferencesi F. (Iron. President fJcrman-Knirllih seV ! f . . Ijinire. Treasurer Ban Antonio Labor association. Frits Ulppert, Ocorito lt.8tiiml V, Chas. Hummel & Son, sMiiiiinmi 11 'i 1 'i ins 1 1 GUNS Ammunition. FIshlnifTacklo and Sportlno-Articles, which thoy otfe- at AstoilViinr lo Prices and dufy compotltlm. 370 Oommerce Street, Han Antonio, Texas, t Wltepalrlno- a specialty nnd work guaranteed. American House, Iloenir,Tcx., A. IV. llnrr, Prop. homo comforts as can be found anywhere. Well ventilated rooms, best of beds and moro verandah promenade than any other houwi In especially for pulmonary complaints. Our facilities are good llrst-elass stago coaches, dally malls and telegraph. H-1.1-U n lyl I 1 FOR SAMS. Hotel property In Ilocrne, Texas, situated on the Public fi'iuuro and tho bank ot Clbolo Creek, The houso has SO rooms, 600 foot of promenade gallery, two-story, has tH acres of ground, with nn orchard ot select fruit trees; also a fine garden. Has two wells and a cistern with force pumps and Irrigating machlnory. Plenty or stable room, and Is tho stago stand for all I lie different stage line. Hat a largo patronage, and can bo bought at it bargain. Forlnlnr.iatlonand particulars apply to lO-l'.Kt T. II. JOHNSON, this efflco. F.GROOS&CO,, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAB. At ItonNlinrcU'H Saloon, Opposite Groos' Bank. Finest meals, best cooking, superior atten tendance. Also depot tor wholesale Fish, Oysters, Oame and Ilroiued Poultry. P. B0RD01TI, KW-Om Proprietor. 7StHy m PISTOLS Traders' National Bank 304 Commerce Htrt, 8A.V ANTOMO TEXAf. uuMtta n vhihtkI bsnliiDr urine, DEVINE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-IvAW, SAN, ANTONIO, TEXAS. Ofllce Itoorus 1 and f, Dovnn Uulldlug, Polodad street. Will attend to all buslnoss tho State and Federal Courts. O. SOIIIKIlHsYH Private Lodging House, 4U!, corner Avciue K and Bereutli street. Furnished rooms to let by day, week or month at liberal prices. lu-Mm PRANK OLSMITH&Co. The Bsst la tha World, Henrj Ridiarda' Sreedi-Loiding Smgla.Boa, GUNS, PISTOLS CUTLERY AND FISIIINO TACKLK. Agent for Lofever Hammcrlesa Guns. No. W0 Commorce street, Ban. Antonio. Texas. Bend for prloo list. 10-2d-em PrUo Medal at European World's Exposition. i on 200 South tarcdo St., San Antonio. All kinds of Pelts cleaned, tanned and colored, (worn pelts espec ally). ANdOltA llOATti W V,?haliV W AND l ADK AS OOOl) AS NEW. llucksktus and Olovw "V.1 'SSl cl,aT1l;1 " 0,,',0"!1- Morocco JJulnga, Calf Skins, KM and all kinds of work pertain ing to the trade will bo dono at tho cheapest l&ILili ?1",tli- ticmemher tho plioe, SWl Booth Laredo stmt, 10-1-ly IT