The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 5, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
11AILKOAD TIMK T All LIS.
International mid Groat Northern
Kxpress 7:15 n. m. 8:J p. in.
Kxpress 1:45 p. tn. 12:20 p. 111.
Wctqniljxlrniloii I tUt p.JiKJC:0j. m.
Galveston Hnrrlsburg unci Sun Antonio.
I fjEAvEff. AIIIUVES.
Houston-(Uxprcsa) 11:00 n. in. 8:00 p. m.
Houston (Mlxod) . OSWp.m. 0:00 n. in.
tro)n"d lUOn.m. In. n.
TNIOHTS PYTHIAS. Klk Lodge N. 33
IV moetsovery Thursday nt 7:30 p. m. uistu
In Flromun's Hull. Visitlnir brotliren wclcomo
GF.RALD GRIFFIN Attorney and Counselor t
Law Oflica No 14 Frenchbutldlne S. h. Cor-
ner Main plaia. Will attend promptly to all legal
builneu entrusted to my care in tho State and re J.
NOW 18 TltH TIMK Nino thousand noros of
Rood land for sale vury aiiciip nt Concep-
tion. Toxns. AlM)ly to A. O. VALUES! No 4
Laredo Btrcot Ban Antonio.
t-vii iiAlim.lv ..Hvi.tn nllli'n rurnor AVCIIUO
U KondIlou8ttmetrootr!un Antonio. Special
ist. Private d senses tiuiCKiy ourcii. .iv
remedies for clironlo diseases. l-t-iy
Tlio Heard & llro. safes liavo n record of 37
years; eontonu never ucsiroycu uy uiu iuu.iu
;.!. if nimncl hv burir ars.
Address correspondence to San Antonio Gal-
veston or Dallas. K. F. Ukukikmi
3-9-lm uononu jkoui.
Hands of I.lfo.
rrinnnnn.inu-ilii rnr nn man. but tlio winds
of life continue to llow on and on year utter
year never stopping never hesitating hi Its
work of waste unless occasioned by n .Cough
Cold or some Lung Atfccllon where Dr. llos-
nnko's cough ami i.uiur syrup m v "
makeo tlio spun of llfo Its allotted three score
1 fl.t tn II Knltnutfi.. A. DrolSS. Or L.
Orynskl' druggists nnd ask them for it free
trial bottlo of tills modlclno. They havo them
to give away.
Tho Globe's Free Concerts.
Tho ovcnlng concerts nt tho Giotto saloon
ttvt it.. fi...nw..... utrni-f'. urn Httnictlllir Ut'
tcntloti. Tho performances embrace works
from tho tlrst musters. Vocal miislo within
keeping of this. Visitors to tho city solicited
to give tho Globo 11 cull lino refreshments.
eatables ana a migrant siuunu mm
tendance aiwajB to 00 uuu.
3-14-flm W. D. WiuaiiT Proprietor
Houses for Sale.
Now houso of II rooms nnd lot 45 by 10 on
ni .ironi nor HmiRnt rnllwav for S2M.
House of 4 rooms and lot Mby 175 on Lowls
street near Sun Pedro uvcinic JlOfti.
House and three lots near Mayor trench s la
i...un.. 1. i itnimii. siooo.
Itock houso nnd lot on Tillcta bctweon
Pi-ossa and Alamo for (52200.
Iit on South r"lores street near railroad
crossing for$lM). IW . E. Hilton
20S West Houston streut.
An Upon Letter.
SAN Antonio January 1 188.1
Tirs. J.J.& W. H.Tobln:
OnNTLKMEN: Vour Hoputlzlno has beon
used In my family lor over a vour nnd
ninniinilnirlvHiiv It Is tho best remedy
i.....n...'ii-iiuoil for nnv liver trouble or eonstl'
tuition of tho bowels. I would not bo without
U iinaiiertrul v. A. v. Houston.
Forsalo nt 0. Schasso's and Cluvlr.'s drug
Now Store I Now Storo I
This store has been opened by Messrs. Her-
nandez Vllhircal on tho corner of Dolorosa
and Hast streets. Thoyhavo now on liaudanew
stock of staple and fancy groceries dry Roods
nnd notions anil dery com petition in chcupnoss
Tho renowned puro Mexican chocolate from
Monterov lino cotl'co from Mnracaybo and all
other delicacies 111 1110 grocery inu.
Cornel Coniol Seeing Is behoving.
CALK OF OUDNANCE bTOULU
San Antonio A iirknai.
San Antonio Th.xah
Anrll 1. 1M
There will be sold nt this Arsenal at public
miction on lt)NDAV. APUIL :). 1K) lit 10
o'clock a. in. 11 iiuautlty of baddies Saddle
Trees Kiiulpinents. 'i 001s i'o
Catalogues glvlnor iuiintltles . conditions Sea
can bo hud on applloithiit to tms Arsenul.
Cuntuln of Ordnance
Our customers and till dealers tn sheet inusla
uislo books are respectfully lnrorined
to have been appointed solo ugrnts 111
for all imbllcatlons of 8. Hrunards' Sons
that wo 1
(Cleveland and CIiIciiko) and uro'prepured to
furnish tlio tnido and professionals with (roods
nt Eastern prices. Our stock is soon to bo In-
creased hv the addition of 4000 pieces of sheet
-in mwl 11 full Una of inns la books not now
Uiiaiiifirker. 1'rlceson nmillcatlon. Ourplunoi
organs and gonorul nierehandlso llrst-clats
'I lining unu repairing uy u unti-viuns wursiinu
Ar.Amn M train II011SK.
BO Commerce street Hun Antonio
THift. nw fmnnentlv nrecedod bv n senso
weight In tho back loins and lower part of tli
iin iimalnir the nntlent to sminose Ii
has somo ulfeetloii of the kldnoys or neighbor
ing organs. AtIime.sympioiusoi iimiuiinin
rn nresent. us llatulonoy uneuslnebs. of thu
ui.i...i.li i. A niolstiiro like norsnhiltlo
producintr a vorv dlsairreeublo itching p.rtic-
ulurly ut nlKht nfter KOttlnjr wnrni In bed Is a
very common attendant llllnd llleedlnir and
Tnii viii.j vlclil nt onco to tho annllcatlou of
Hr. Ilosunlto's l'llu llemedy which nets directly
upon tho parts affected absortiliiK tho Tumors
nllaylnir tlio lntemo ItchhiK and etroctlnir a
permanent euro whero all other remedies havo
fallod. Prlco no cents boiu uy u. Dcuiue
Droissand h. Orynskl.
C. II. Mueller's
aii nt nrflsls' nnd imlntiMn' muterlnls. em
liniclnir material for oil and water color pulnU
lnir lean pencil
.lii.r i-iii'f'liiln and I'll!
chromo pliotocmphj- wax.llowcrs docoratlvo
art coach palntlnjt urtlsts' lino brushes mathe-
matical Instruments oil and wntor oolor paint-
lmrs ciiKravlnBS and ehromos surpasses ntiy-
thlnjr yet seen In Texas and students and lov-
ers of nrt In Its various type should boo this
olcimnt stock. Ho has also tho largest nnd best
ficleotcd stock of picture flumes ana nioiiiu-
wfileli ho Is oOferhiK at extremely low Dirureo. I
y.1'1." ' 'l?.!Li "Ji'AfJl fHh5ikiS
.imniiln ''Asbestos" nnlnts reiidv for uso.
Thoso paints In color ami durability nroiidmlt-
Stock o SOUS .puinis ami wuii imports coiniucio.
mil his supply of window nines of every slzo
and dcscriptloii is very luriro. Uy culllinr nt
lew prices which are- a rule of toy house
An J.utortiilnlni; Het-To Iletweeu Clil-
iinmen In New York.
icclnl Corresondenco San Antonio I.ljrlit.
New York March 30. When "Pop"
Whltaktr appcutd on the stage of Harry
Hill's theater to oversee the slugging exhibi-
tion given for the benefitof Mr. John Saun
ders 1200 people filled the place. The fact
that Sine Doo and Ah Telt the Mongolian
bruisers were to engage in four three minute
rounds was an unexpected treat.
Alter several slashing bouts between local
ttic artists the Chinese were presented by
Bernard Mpgulre of this city. Mr. Doo who
is tall and raw-boned ambled to his corner
with a sheepish air and with a sideling glance
e ueitiy wound nts queue about his head.
"Wo glau tall now."
Mr. 1 elt a slender chap whose face wears
an expression of sweetness followed suit.
After a few remarks by the master of ceremo-
nies they were lead to the scratch. Sing Doo
commenced by a sudden plunge with both
hands at the stomach of his adversary but
the latter demonstrated that he could not be
made a handle of and tapped Mr. Doo on
ine nose. 1 ncy men scratched at eacn otner.
n the "wind uu" Mr. Doo'stail came down.
at which Mr. Telt made a clutch but was
met by a blow bringing him to his knees
un nrisinc me neau-ccar 01 me lauer aiso oc
came loosened and while scrambling for the
queue of his opponent Mr. Doo lest a shoe.
By a neat piece of strategy lie grasped Telt
about the waist and threw him heavily which
closed the bout. In an interview Sine Doo
said not without reticence that in his city
Canton he had knocked out all comers.
Uc was proud of the fame he had achieved
and was eager to meet Cam Feu or any other
laundryman. Ah Telt said he was at Phila-
delphia and had been in (raining for three
months under Alaguue. lie had been the
hero of several encounters but thought he had
not yet been seen at his best. 1 heir tempo-
rary residence is 10S Crosby street.
I'or publishing in Ihc Police Uazettc the
announcement that the Maori Herbert A.
blade would be hacked to ficht John L. Sul
livan for$5ooo a side Richard K. Fox was
placed under bonds to keep the peace in the
sum of $1000. The charge against him was
that 01 n din p and abettinc prize hems "
Mr. Fox was not disposed to rest under bonds
and yesterday March 29 his counsel Charles
Spencer appeared before Judge A. R. Law-
rence of the Supreme court nnd applied for
a writ of certiorari in the case. The applica-
tion was granted and Justice Henry A. Ford
was ordered to show cause on Friday March
30 why Mr. Fox was placed under bonds.
1 he proprietor ot the Police Uazette takes his
case before the Supreme court for the. purpose
of settling a question in which sporting men
generally arc interested. He says: "I shall
do all in my power to protect the interests of
sporting men. I wish to have it made clear
that sporting men have rights which must be
respected; it has been the custom of late to
ignore them." llKNEDlCTls
Which AVas to Say tho Least llodd'
According to it Servant
New York March 28." I'm tired out
that's what I am" said a Vanderbilt retainer
afler the fatigues of a more than unusually
heavy period ot domestic servitude incident to
the ball Monday evening "and we're all hup
side down. To get straightened out it will
take a week or more. Jest you fancy what
thlnes'd be like after visitors drunk $5000 of
champagne lo say nothing of eating and
t'other kinds ot drinkin' which was various.'
The faithful domestic seemed to be a reflex of
the aristocratic dissipation. "It's no use
harskin' me a lot o' questions wich I can't be
gin to answer. Everything went hoffbvely as
to savinir. thouch I nuess the damace'll come
one way or the other to nigh on tcr $6000
perhaps or more. Why there was lorn cur
tains lor one thing one or two broken vases
and sich like proceedings."
"liut can not you give me an idea of the
appearance ot the rooms at tue close 01 tn
W'ich was to say the least hodd. You
spc the comDanv didn't co awav till after
o'clock and some of them must at least have
left arf their costumes be'ind 'cm. There was
bits ol lace lyin' here a part of a train there
. r.11..'o lll.l In n Krirn.r lh
middle of the ball room was strewn with
broken flowers and leaves looking for all the
world like a palace just belore a hauction.
"What will be done with the flowers ?"
"A irood many was taken awav by th
nueits. The best as was left are waitin1
borders. Somc'll go to the servants and I
hear several will be sent to the orspitals and
churches. Its's too early to say for sure
what 11 be done with em. 1 guess mere
nli?h on arf of 'em that's as cood as new."
"Were any of the pictures damaged 1 "
"Not as I know of leastways I don't hear
of any. but damage to curtains was considera
ble. I don't know everything. I'm told
quite a lot of jewelry was gathered up to-day
and 'anueu to ueiecuves.
"There was a dozen or more on dooty to see
that particular dooty and I s'pose to keep a
live on waiters less they prig somethin'. We
had 100 hextra waiters on purpose Lor
bless yer the jam was 01 ful and I must fay
they did splendid."
"What is going to be done with the surpi
"Talkin' of food I reckon there's enoucl
left to supply 100 families for a week. Most
of it'll havi to be given away 'cos it can1
'Who will get it 7 "
"The hospitals and the servants. Why
the waste in hices alone was somethin' orful
and as for the wines and lickers. thev w
locked hup just as soon as possible to keep
the servants I rem gettin drunk. 1 'wards th
larst a good many of 'em had has much
thev could carry. However there wasn'
much to complain of on that account.
s'pose tike i altogether there was as much
24 hours. Then there's a bit of broken class
which is always to be expected at sich gather'
now rouchd hal come toJ t tbmk
a couple hundred dollars d about coyer that
Love of Homo to lie Extinguished.
From the Las Criiccs ltcpubllcnn.
Are wc not having a little too much of John
Howard Payne of latet The words of his
only song "Home Sweet Home" are in
our opinion rather wishy-washy and they
would have dropped into oblivion long ago
but for the beautiful music which he did not
compose. The sentiment of home too
thoui'h lancilul and pretty has had Its day.
and is rapidly dying out in this practical age
of quick transit large hotels co-operative
housekeeping and French flats. We believe
in 100 years trom now the old love 01 home
will be quite extinguished.
TO BUILDERS !
Tho Arm ot Martin & Bchryvcr of San An
tonto Texas ono of tho largest lumber dealers
tho State havo recently opened a yard In
Euglo Pass tho present terminus of thu Mexi
can Pncllla rallroud extension and havo now
on tho irrounds nnd aro dally rceeivlnir tho
lnrirost assortment of lumber in West Texas
direct from thu mills In Louisiana East Texas
unu uiueairo consisting 01 routru aim urcss"i
hoxIUK lionrlnir colllnir rcnclnir Inths pul-
llnirs shlwrlcs doors sash blinds inoiildlnirs
mixed naluts. etc.. etc. In fact uvcrvthlmr ill
the builder's line to which the attention of
builders and the public Is respect fully invited
uu inu Kiouuu win uc lounii 1110 mauiiKer
3-10-3111 T? v.. TMOVPITT.
IVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio Toxns.
MAM11UINO HOWARD. (trotter) seo No. 4
II. J. Treucy's catnloiriie. Lexliiirton. Ky. II
Is 11 blooded buy. It) bunds high weighs VJM
pounds pervlco S35.
KNIUIIT OF ST. LOIIIH (thnrntnrhhrodl.
sired by Ulendower dam by i;psllon seo Ilruco 1
American mini hook voiiimo e puiroy..
is a dark chest nut sorrel. Service 25.
L'K (Kentucky Jack) 15 hands hlirh w
xiuntls. Will cover mures ur lenncts
uori-uorn tiiorouirntircu came lied nulls
by twonty-olBhtli London Duke Lexington
pruiK season February 1. Terms cash. Ser-
es null! when marcs titlcnn nwnv. nml If nnf
with foul havo tho privilege to return tho next
season frco of clinrre. stock delivered at Al-
rrou ucaves .1111111 t-iazu. win uo uikcn and
Drought uack witnout cost
1281y Holotcs Tox
HARNISCH & BAElt
15 Commcrco St. havo opened their
For tho season.
X-i. J. WENOB
331) Houston streel opposite Maverick
hotel has ro-oponcd his
l'or tlio season. Delicious lee-crenm. fnvorlt
soda drinks und irood confectionary. li
Ice-Crcam a spoclulty. Telephone No. 270.
(GOULD & CO.'g.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
KXTKAOKDINAItY AI'ltIL O 1883.
Only 15.000 Tickets. 2.204 Frizes
1 Cupltal l'i
il'rlzcs $1100 euch....
0 Apprnxtmntlons of $100 each to thu
U Approximations of $50 each to tlio
T01 Prizes us above boliiLtlio full num-
ber lu tho Itoynl lluvunn and
1500 Additional I'rl.e8 of 85 cueli to tlio
1500 tickets luivluirtis anoudlnir tho
llKiiro tho terminal unit of tho
number drnwlmr tho Capital I'rlzo
of 8U.O00 71
2MI Prizes amountlner in U. S. Gold to. .$ 41
t37"If tho ticket drawing tho capital prlzo
onus with tno UKiiro 7 i
with 7 aro entitled to $5.
Wholes 09. Halves 83.80. Fifths 81
Tho lloynl Havana olllclul list decides overy
prizo. nunjeocto no manipulation not con-
trolled by tho pnrtlos in interest honestly
muniurcu ii is mo iiurcsi miuurosi ana v
thlnir in tho nature of u lottery that could
Seo that tho nnmo (10ULD Sc CO. is on tho
ticket. Nona others nro irenuino
ALL PHIZES PAID ON PIIESENTATION
cor intormation unu tickets nddress or
jsis iiroudwuy wow vork City
East ltiindolph Street Chleniro 111
3 West Comtnorco tit Ban Antonio
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver and Plated Ware
Watches nnd towolrv repaired. Charees rca
sonublo. Wo tnko plcnstiro in showing our
froous. unu puri'miscrs are inviiuu iu u. uv-
sfactlon warranted. 12-4-ly
Walchmakor and Jowcle
No. 18 Commircb Street
may tf San Antonio Texas.
and Dealer In
C-Cll od examlna my ttock ud prices before
All goods will be told under written gnerantte
a41 Commerce Street. Q43
Ah Expf rioncod Watchmaker
FFERS hU services to the Public He has hsr
Vlhirty years experience as head workman of thr
greaieit wicn i&cjory iu urncva owiucnaoa
glish watcbes in particular generally ruined in
rnnnlrv .DlrrfnrflH roH f
NO. 1 COMMKUCK STREET
Has Just received tho finest stock of EnirlUh
French German nnd American pleco goods 0
nil styles and colors over brought to Pun An
tonlo nnd will uiiiku suits to order ut the
Lowest Prices. Only Flrst-cliiss Tailors cm
ployed and tho llncst trlminlniiB used
Fashion I'latca rccolved every month.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed
Call on V. Lorra boforo ordering- your Pnrfnir
BulU. No trouble to show (roodi WWim
IEWELER Al OPTICIAN
G. W. l'HILll'S
Brecdliiff & Piiilips
318 COMMERCE ST
ver NIc Tengg CSir3 San Antonto.
Dll. A. J. SMITH
(La to of Canibrklgc Mass.)
NO. G COaiMEROE ST.
cr Clavfn's druif storo. Satisfaction miar-
antecd. Open cvcntnRS.
AIKS. UlLIIK.IIKM iHICIHEL
No. 230 Water St.
Offers her services in all its branches. Patients
received at residence. Female diseases treat
II 0 31 (E 0 1'A T II I C PII YSICIAH
Offices Sam Maverick building comer
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Sncclnl nltontlnn nnld tmill form. of nilimM.
10 IJISEAHKS. IIISEAHHS Ol' WIIMKN. r.tini
nml throat dlseiucs Skin Disease. i'lLES
cured Uy a new method under a KUuruntoo
milium Kiiuo uirasuro or cauiory.
Telcphono No. UO.
mi Texas hm taicilj
Cure Chills and Fever
Stop that Couirh bv UBlnir SAMOS1VN
IIVrNOTlQUK. the most lileusant and imIIch.
clous reiiicdy lor Coughs Colds llniochitls
onciiniiiiion unci nil (iiscubcant tnu tnroiit and
luriKS. Jlnuufuetliredby O. 8AMOSTZ
M . . .uriiiftrist Austin Texas.
tSfror salobynll druirirlsts In Texas.
I S BDRHHAM. 1. 1). C.
Ocniist and Aurist
Proprietor Sun Antonio EYE nnd EAll In
firmary formerly surgeon In charge ot Kansas
City Eye Euraud Throat lutlrinarv.
All diseases of Kvound Ear treated In flm
most approved ninnncr with the latest appli-
ances. Crooked eyes straightened artificial.
Inserted to inovo naturully etc. oto.
OUlco nt U7U Comtnorco Stroot.
Pkjsifiius and Surgeons
Office: Sam Maverick building; corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Josnrit Jonks M. D. ) ( J NO. G. Uowitn M. D
io to u a m. 3 to 5 pm ) ( o to 10 a. m i to 3-7-8 p m
Retldence I Gaemlen reiidence
700 Acequla St. Sonlh Floies St.
Special attention civen to diseases of women
and Children and to diseases of the Lungs
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treated at
a distance and medicines sent promptly by
A Common-sense Remedy.
No More THioiunatiKiii Gout
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Flvo yenrs established nnd never Known to
all prominent physicians and druggist for the
sianuiug 01 eauuvuen.
Tho only disiolvcr or tho poisonous urio acid
which exists in tho blood ot ltboumatio und
SAL1CVLICA Is known as a common-sons?
remedy becnuso it strikes directly ut tho cause
of lthuumntlsin (lout und Neuralgia whllo no
many so-called specifics nnd supposed panaceas
only treut locally tho effects. .
It has beon conceded by eminent scientist
that outwnrd applications such as rubbing
with oils ointments liniments and soothluu
lotions will not oradleato these diseases which
are tho result of tho poisoning of tho blood
SALIUYLICA works with marvelous effect
on tills ucld and so removes tho disorder. It is
now exclusively usod by all thu eelhrated phy-
sicians of America and Kuropo. Highest Mod.
leal Academy of Paris reports lo per cent
cures In throo days.
that SAIICYLICA is a certain cure for KIT RU-
MAT IBM GOUT and NEURALGIA. The
most intenso pains aro subduod almost In.
flivo It a trial ltullof guaranteed or raonoy
Thousands of tostaraoululs sont on applica-
tion 1 a Box. Six Boxes ior$5.
Bent free by mall on receipt of money.
ASK YOUlt DIIUGGIBT FOR IT.
liut do not lo deludod Inlo taking Imitation
or substitutes or Bomctlitmr recommendud n
"Justus good I" Insist on thu genulnu will
tho nnino of Wauiuiuhnis & Co.. on inch box
whloh Is guaranteed choroicnlly pure uiidei
0111 slgnntuie nnd Indispcnslblo lequlslto ie-
tusuro success In tho treatment. Tuko uo
other or send to us.
WABHHUHNU & CO. Proprietors
287 Hroadway cor. Kendo St. NKW YOllK.
Forsalo by C.Bohaese Ban tonlo. audftl
leading druggists. ' T1'
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