The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1, Friday, April 6, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
KAII.UOAO TIMK TAIILK
International nml drotttNortl
7:15 11. in.
1:4." p. m.
B:l p. m.
12:3) p". m'.
Galveston Ilurrlsburg uml Sim Antonio
11SJ0 n. m.
osso p. in.
tvm p. in
.oo u. in
KNOUTS PVTJHAS Kile Lodge No. &
meets every Thursday ot7::t 1. ni. Oastlo
'Ircmnn's Hull. Vlsltlmr brethren wolcoino.
GERALD GKIFFIN Attorney and Coiinjelor at
Law. Offico No. 4 Frenchbmldine b. 15. Cor.
ntr Main plat a. Will attend promptly to all legal
busineii entrusted to my care in the State and HJ-
OW IS THE TIME Nino thousand acres of
trood land for unlo very ;lu?W "t0"'';
ii Texas. Apply to A. 0. VALDEZ. No 4
Dlt. IIAUCLAY. prlvntooinco corner Avoriuo
E and Houston street Ban Antonio bpeclal-
lst. I'rlvato diseases (illicitly cured. Now
remedies for chronlo diseases l-l-iy
Forstaplo and fancy groceries wines and
liquors and nil delicacies In tlio eating lint' Ko
to II. G. Fummors tlio old Mission Store
earner of South Alamo and Martinez streets.
Tho Heard k Itro. safes havo n record of !tj
years; contents nuver destroyed by lite; round
Bcrowdoor ohest nover opened by burglars.
Address corrcspnndoneo to ban Antonio Ual-
veston or Dallas. 13. K. Hkhkikmi
3-ll-lm General Agent.
Tl-prjof of tho pudding Is not In chcwlP'-
!! str.nK nut In having an op or unity to tt st
tho .iiilclo direct. C. fechasse A. Ilrclss and J..
O ynskl druggists have free trial bottles of
D . Ilo'nnko's Cough and I.ung Syrup for inch
ul every ono who is mulcted with Coughs.
Colds a th ma Consumption or any Lunir
Tho Ulube'it Kreu Concerts.
Tlio ovonlnir concerts at the Glolio saloon
4(tt West Commerce street nro nttruotlnir at-
tention. Tho iiorformiinees embrace works
rrom tho Hint masters. Votsil music within
keeping of this. Visltora to tho city solicited
... 1 .h. ni.Lho 11 i'hII. Kino refreshments.
eatables and a fragrant smoko with polllo at
tendance always to 110 niui.
IMl-Onr W. 1). WiuoiiT. l'roprlotor
IIoiihos for Siilo.
Now house of II rooms and lot 45 by 10 on
Olive street near Sunsot railway for $ ISM).
House of 4 rooms and lot 1 by ln.ou Lowls
street near San Pedro avenue ItOU
House anil thrco lots near Mayor (ranch 8 In
lllr linran .mil Ullirnil. 1000.
Hock house and lot on Tllleta between
Presssund Alamo for$XX).
Lot on Smith Klorcs street near railroad
crossing forSlWJ. ;w. i.. jiii.tiik
208 West Houston street.
An Open Letter
Pas Amonio Jununry 1 1S8.1.
T)rs. J. J.&W. H.Tobln:
Gentlemen ! Your Hopiitlzlno has been
used In my family lor over u vetir and I
mi iiniinaltntliiirU-snvIt Is the best remedy I
liavoever used for any liver trouble or consti-
pation of tho bowels. I would not lie without
It. llCHPUCUiniJ rt. ii.iiuuniiiK) I
1.'... o.i nt i Kr.lmauri'B nml Cliivlr.'n uruir .
New Store! Jfow Store I
This store has been opened by Messrs. Hor-
mi.ii.r X-Vlllnreal no tlio corner of Dolorosa
nnd Kast streets. They havo now on hand 11 now
nml iiuallty. . . .
The renowned pure Mexican cnocoiate iron;
Moiitoror line epiieoironi .unr luuyuo uuuun
ntlw.r ili.lli.;iplia In tbn uroecrv lino.
Cornel Coinol Soelnir Is bullevlng;.
AI.H OK OUDNANC13 STOltllS.
. San Antonio Ause.vai.
' San Antonio Texas
There will bo sold nr. this Aiwirnl at public
51S.li3cnr ml'a'Ip.antUy l"ts$A"m0
Trees. Hipilpniuiits Tools Ac
Jatiiliik-iics Klvlnif iiiiaiitltU'S. o"iiilltloiis &cM
a bo had on apej.MontrMbU Arsenal.
Captain 01 uruuance 1 uu one 'y asiiracrc uress ana
Coniniaudlnir. I another small bonnet made out of a piece of
. ....i i..irMr. ! the black silk and beaded with two silk pom-
Announcement Hxtraordi.mry. !pons on hc side the frame costing 12 cenU
Our customers and all dealers iln sheet muslo ' . . nomoons to makl
nnd miislo books nro respectfully inronned ;"e uearjs 25 cenis ana me pomponi 50 maK-
that wo havo been appointed solo inrmts in ing a total of S7 cents for a handsome bonnet.
Texas for all publications of 8. Ilrannrds' Sons My summer hats two in number cost me
(Cleveland and Chicago) und nro prepared to 5 Wand$l. Thc$l So hat was of course
creased by the udilltlon of 40UO pieces or shoot dimmed with a wreath of ox-eyed diisles
musluandii full .lino oriuuslo books not now In which were also 75 cents. The other hat for
thlsmarket. Prlccsonupplleiitlou. Ourpliinos iaiiv wear was a noke of vellow slraw verv
orirans and Boneral morelinndlso first-class. ua"y wear was a pose oi )eiiow straw very
Tiinliu: nnd repairing by utlrst-clasa workman course m texture costing 75 cents and the
Ar.iun MiTmn Hoithu.
220 Oommorco street San Antonio.
Piles nro frequently preoodod by n senso of
weight In tho back loins and lower part of tho
abdomen eiiuslng the -patletit
nro present as flatulency iineabliioss of tho
Btomnch eto. A inolsturo llko persplnitlon
producing a vorv dlsagrerilblo itching partlc-
ulurly lit night uftergotting warm hi. bed la a
very coinmoii attendant. Illlnd Weeding mid
Itching Tiles yield at once to tlio application of
liillod. Price r0 oonts. boiu uy u. Dcnasso a.
Brolasand L. OrynsUI.
O. II. Mueller's
. . ... .!... i i. atrinia ..n-
bracing material tor oil nnd water color paint-
lug icuil pencil umwin
nrt coach painting ar
Inirs. enginvlngs nnd chrouios Burp.isstiJ any-
thing yet seen in Texas and students and lov-
crs 01 ari 111 h variiiun ijijot ouwiiiji pvo lino
clegunt stock. Ho lins also th" largest and best
seloeteil stock of picture liamoj and. mould-
lugs till slzefl ever brought to ban Antonio
which' bo Is otferlng at extremely low llgures.
Ho has tho solo agency for tho well known nnd
mostunrnmo -iniieijiim mni m 11 u u
Theso paints in color ami durability 'iro admit-
ted bv those who tiro authority hi suoj matters
to lie the highest grado in iiie mnrkot. His
stocKo onp.imim "' w. i.uuihifiwh.-
'nll&.imlntu anil wuuni
nnd Ills suiipiy i" m""' "'I''
nnd description Is yorv large lly calling at
g5 ttCnT W IfKfflWte
joV prices whluh wro u rule of tho bousj)
wliviinwera iWnri lvn three Pars of culls- MY otller lingerie tSTU tho ticket drawing tho eapltnl prize
l..".!...!?..0 amounted for the vear to to eenl. MvTmlr. ends with tho tlguro 7 tllon ull tickets ending
. V.ll .n.1 .?.tnV- nlA"ll. nine rim In in rrnle mv .nrlir.. With 7 llfO entitled tO $5.
THU LIVING 1'ltOllT.IIM.
A Clergyman's Daughters Mnnnge t
Uresis Elegantly on a Limited Income
From tlio Now York Journal.
I am the daughter oi a poor clergyman in
tills city who allows my six sisters and myself
$500' equally divided between us lor dress.
Each one therefore lias $7142 for drets
whjcn inciuties everylhinc we wear. I am
obliged to go into society to a certain extent
and my calling list is quite extensive. I hold
that n woman Is well dressed if her gloves
and shoes are irreproachable. I generally
have a half-worn pair of shoes left at Easter
and these I wear on rainy days or lone walk
ing expeditions. I buy a new pair of neat
walking shoes with low heels and moderately
heavy soles for $4. Sometimes I pay less
never more. 1 lien at tnc same time 1 uuy a
licht nair of shoes with hlch heels and two
fiairs of slippers one pair being for the
louse and the other to wear at any
dancing parly or evening entertain
ment to which I may be invited. For my
summer shoes I pay $1 $2 for my party
slippers and $1 for the other pair. I gener
ally purchase my shoes In bixth avenue
where the same shoe is 50 per cent less than
at fashionable shoe stores. My shoes there-
fore cost $10 a year and my feet arc always
well shod. My gloves of which I have to be
verv careful cost me St for the year. I
bought laid year one pair of Lisle thread for
common usewith six buttons for 5 cents; one
pair of tan-colored Mousquetairc gloves
coming quite up the arm and of an excellent
quality for $2. These I wore at church re-
ceptions lectures and the like all winter; a
1 -r I 1 1 .111. .!- r. .a
pair 01 Wlltuiuiiu su uuca wiuui 3-ji
doing' the same duty during the spring and
summer. For eveninc wear that Is for par
ties etc. I purchased a very dainty pair
of tan-colored undressed kid fur$l. You will
observe that all my gloves are of the same
color. Tan is a most economical shade as it
can be worn with any dress and look well.
When my gloves become somewhat
soiled I clean them with a little milk and com
mon loan first putting a glove on Ihen taking
in the oilier hand over the first finger a clean
flannel rag dipping it in the milk and rubbing
a small portion of the soap on it. I then apply
tt to the glove ruDUing genuy until it is en-
tirely clean in that snot and then take a fresh
portion of the flunnel and go through ihesame
process until tne gioves are ciean. inis
method is better than benzine and saves me
I bought last year six new dresses besides
two dark calicoes for the home. A dark blue
cashmere of ten yards cost $5. The material
is not of the finest but is serviceable and
drapes gracefully len yards made me 9
plain dress (which is the fashion I am thank'
ful to s?y) a jersey cut jacket muff and one
of those little turbans of the dress goods which
are so extensively worn. I made the dress
myself with the exception of cutting and tilting
the jacket which cost me 75 cents. '1 he hat
frame cost 15 cents the lining and buttons 75
cents including wadding for jacket and mult.
silk and button-hole twist 10 cents making a
total of $6 75 for a jaunty and comfortable
costume suitable for church or Tor walking.
My next dress was a black silk which is al
ways centeel and not wearisome to the eve.
I purchased 16 yards at $1 25 per yard on
Sixth avenue the silk beiog rood but not
j extra heavy. The lining and buttons cost
me u)i. me cuiunii anu iiiiuie unoiiicr. man
inir the cost ot the dress which win do excel
lent service next year just $22. A gray serge
dress of eight yards for general service cost
inci $i 77 the material at CO cents and the
buttons' lining etc. at 50 cents. A white
nun's veiling which 1 trimmed with lace
aoout the square corsaee and elbow sleeves.
amounted & $S. the .fio yards'of goods cost
ing $2 50 ana the five yards ol Oriental
ace c0 cents. This I wore at evening en
..r-!nm.nts chanpinr- with mv Urr
silk. A white muslin and a blue
cambric uotn prcuy aresses cost me
rcfpectively $1 20 and $1 each having 10
yards. I found buttons around the house for
them and lined the waists with muslin. Two
dark calicoes for home morning wear cost me
f materiais ( cents per yard each dress hayl
' InR eight yards and' with the buttons.both
Amounting to Si 10. Mv dresses which I
1 consider sufficienlly good for any girl cost me
for )h(. $3& g?
trimming was a piece ol solt white mull
I price 20 cents and a pin price 5 cents. My
I hats for the year cost (omitting the turban
' rhucrerl shoved 9.1 7C
1 A good cloth jacket I made from one of
pa's old coats payicg $1 to have it fitted and
$1 for some handsome buttons. Every year
I I'" 30 yards of muslin at !0y cent
per yard. This makes me three sets of un-
derclothing including skirts corset covers
-1 two nioht dresses leavinc sulTiclent for
anu two mgiii uresses leaving sumcient lor
odds and ends during the year. My trimming
of fcalhcr-cdged braid and rick-rack I make
My flannels last year C03t me $J including
1 1 wo skirts which I embroidered myself and
three undervests. Stockings six pair at 10
ctnts come to$l 80. 1 purchased a yard of fine
mv ribbons of various colors for ihe'nrrC!
$' a parasol $2. and a nair of rubbers co
On adding up these figures vou will see that
my ent re wardrobe for th"! vear cost exactly
le4vin . balance on hand-CSiii
7.25. living a uawncc on hand ol I.7
.m.i n uvuuic i..iiuiii:i.
I have 75 cents Jrfr. have dressed we 1 and
lrai 1 i j lLii j .
" ...1 1 1; 1 Jll .1. Sk
. ' . ; . b. "
"3 y' "lul iriiainiy ye suu(-
clent for anjf woman (0 spend on dres whose
hfb.nd i. noi a mUHonah. Very truly
k tin. u.i iiu.. i.iivii iinun lor uu cenis anu maue six collars and .th rnzos amounung in u. a. uom to.. 44.U7U
J. II. rilKNCII.
IlKNUV I.AAdl ll
J. II. FRENCH & CO.
(Successors to Goo. V. Caldwell).
273 Commerce Street
TO BUILDERS !
Tho firm of Mnrtln Sc Schryvcr of Sun An
tonio Toxns ono of tho larirost lumlier dealers
In tho State have recently opened a ynrd In
Kuirlo 1'nss the present terminus of tho Moxi-
can l'aclllo railroad extension nnd havo now
on tho urounrls. nnd nro dally rceelvtnir the
larKcst assortment of lumber In West Texas
direct from tho mills In Louisiana East Texas
and Chlcairo conslstliur of roinrh and dressed
Doxiuir iioonuir cciuiitr icneinir nuns juii-
llnrs slilntrles doors sash blinds mouldlnirs
tho builder's line to which the attention of
iiuiKicrsnuii tne puiiiio isrespectruuy invited
un 1110 Krounri win no louiiu tne manager
3-10-31.1 jj. jb MOFFJTT.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio Toxns.
MAMI1HINO ItOWAKD. (trotter) sco No. 47
II. J. Troiiey's catalogue Le.xlnirton Ky. Ho
Is n blooded bay HI hands IiIkIi wclihs lttX)
pounus. service r.
KNIGHT OF ST. LOUIS Ithnrninrliliredl.
sired by Glcndowcr dam by Hpslloii.sce llruce's
American Stud. Hook volume H piiKoK-'. Ho
Is a ilark chestnutsorrcl. Service 8i.
D1UIC (ICentiioky Jnck) 15 hands hltrh. wclirhs
wi iMiunuK vin cover mares or jeni
Short-horn thoroughbred enttlo Itcd Hulls
oy iivuiny-eiK'n'i lionuon ijukc lAlxinirton
rfpnnir season Februnry 1.
Terms cash. Ser-
wlth roul havo tho prlvlleiro to return tlio next
season freo of charge Stock dollvered nt Al-
irou iteaves- Main riazu will bo taken and
orougui uack wiiuout cost.
1 28 ly Helotes Tox.
HAJINISCII & BAEIt
15 Commerco St. havo opened their
For tho season.
Ii. J. "WE3STOE
:t.D Houston street opposite .Maverick
hotel has re-opened his
Vor tho season. Delicious leo-crcnm favorite
soda drinks and good confectionary. Fine
Cream n specialty. Telephone No. Siv.
(OOUI.U & co.'s.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
j:XTHAOKI)INAltY ATKIL O 1883.
Only 15.000 Ticlcets. 2.204 Prizes
1 Capital Prlzo S U(m
i " " ajam
l " " . Lux)
! Prl7.cs $.100 each.
I " im " .
) " 40 " .
0 Apprdxliuntions of $100 each to tho
0 Approximations of $.V) each to tho
704 Prlzcsns above being tho full num-
ber in tho Itoyal Havana and
1500 Additional Prlos of $5 each to tho
1500tlckfltshavlug as unending tho
tlguru tho terminal unit of tho
number drnwinir tho Canltal Prize
of $14000 7500
Wholes SB. Halves. 3.B0. I'lfihs 1
Tho Itoyal Havana oinclal list decides ovcry
pnzo. ounjeci to 110 manipulation not con-
trollod by tho parties in interest honostly
mnnnircd.lt Is tlio fairest miiiarest and best
thing in tho naturo of a lottery that could bo
goo that tho nnmo GOULD & CO. isontho
ticket wonootneraaro gonumo.
ALL PHIZES PAID ON PltFSPNTATION
auu 1 ui11.0 iaiii un 1 iti.aisw iaiuiin
Var Information nnd tleKtU nddrcss or
1213 llrondwiiy New York Clt
03 East ltandolph Street Chicago III.
V. AY. WALLING
3 Wcet Coroo rco St. San Antonio
BELL & BRO'S:
No. 11 Commerce Street
Silver and Tinted Ware
Watches nnd Jowclrv rcnalrcd. Charg
souablc. Wo tako pleasure in showing our
18 Commerce Street
may tf San Antonio Texas
KJCalI and eianjlno my stock and pilcos btfort
AU good) wl I b lold under wiltten gotrantat
341 Oommerco Street. 243
An Experienced Watclunnkor
OFFERS hit services to the Public. He has hac
thirty years experience as head workman of the
greatest watcn lactory in ueneva awiisenana. ii.n
glhh watches in particular generally ruined la ttil
NO. 4 COMMEHCE STREET
Has Just received tho finest stock of English
French Gorman nnd American piece goods ol
all styles nnd colors ovor brought to San An
tonlo nnd will mako suits to order nt the
Lowest l'rioes. Only l'lrst-class Tnilors em-
ployed and tho Uncut trimmings used. New
Fashion Plates rocolvod every month.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Call on V. Lorrn before ordering your Spring
flulw. No trouble to iqow goods
VatsUtr ad Jcwelc
JEWKLER AND OPTICIAN
K.UUBKDINO - G. W. PHILIPS
Crccdiiiff & Pliilips
U18 COMMERCE ST
Over Nle Tinge CSB3 San Antonio.
DR. A. J. SMITH
(Lato of Cambridge Mass.)
ISO. COMMERCJS ST.
Ovor Clnvln's drug store. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. Open oventngs.
tints. WlIJIK.IILW.l nii(iiii:i
"So. 23G Water St.
Offers her services in all its branches ratients
received at residence. Female diseases treat
ii o iii a: 0 P A T 1 1) PHYSICIAN.
Office: Sam Maverick building corner
Loioyo and Houston streets.
. special attention pnld tnallformsof CiiltON-
anil thnint diseases. Skin DUciwo. 1'lUV.k
ciirod by a new method under nguamntoo
'p i i iilu.liHNIre ur eauiorv.
Cure Chills and Fercr
. .?JHCl!i.lt.9OHrh y uslnir HAMOST.'S
II Vl'NOTIOUH. the most. iiIcVirumi i ..iii.
clous remedy for Couiths folds llinochltls
Consumption nnd all diseases of tho throat und
lungs. Mnnufiictutedby O. HAMOSTZ
t "ruKKisi. iiusuii' -lexiis.
ISr lor salo by all druu-ijl'ts in Toxss.
I S BDRNHAM. II. I C.
Ocniist and Aurist
Proprietor Snn Antonln RYE nml t;ak in.
firmury formerly surircon In charge or Kansas
City Eye Ear and Throat Iullrmarv.
AH diseases of Eva nnd Enr Irrntml in hn
most approved manner with tho latest appli-
ances. Crooked oyes strulghtcucd artltlciol.
uiouiiuu iw iuuvu uuiuruuy ore. etc.
OUlco at 27a Commorco Street.
Office : Sam Maverick building corner
Loso)o and Houston streets.
Jossrii Jones M. D. ) ( Jno. O. Uowen M. D.
jo to it a m. 3 to 5 pm o to 10 a. m 1 to 3-7-8 p m
Residence ) ( Gaenslen residence
700 Aceqttia St. South Floies St.
Special attention given to diseases of women
and Children and to diseases of the Lungs
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treatedat
a distance and medicines sent promptly by
A Common-sense Remedy.
No More Rheumatism Gout
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed
Fivo years established nnd nover Known to
fall in n simile enso. acuto or chronic. Uefer ti
all prominent physicians and druggists for tho
stnudlnir of tiallcvllca.
Tho only dlsjolvcr of tho poisonous urio acid
which exists in tho blood of lthoumutlo und
8AI.mvi.I0A is known as a commnuensp
remedy becauso It strikes directly at tho cause
of Itheumiitlsm Gout nnd Neuralgia while so
many so-called spccllles ami supposed pauuecuf
only trcnt locally tho elTccts.
It has been conceded by eminent pcicntlsts
that outward applications eucu as rubblnu
with oils ointments liniments nnd soothluu
lotions will not eradicate theso discuses which
are tho result of tho poisoning of tlio blood
8AI.10VMCA works with marvelous offect
on this acid nnd so removes tho disorder. It U
now exclusively used by all tho celbratod' phy-
sicians of Ainorica und Europe Highest Med-
ical Acadomy of Paris reiKirU 95 per cent
oures in thrco days.
thatSAMOYLICA Is a certain cure for KIT KU.
MATI8M GOUT nnd NEUUALOIA. The
most Intcnso pains aro subdued almost tn-
Btnntly. Olvo it a trial. Hollof guaranteed or money
Thousands of testamonlaU sent onnpplion-
Uon 1 ft Box. Six Boxes ior$G.
Sont freo by mail on receipt of monoy
ASK YOUlt DUUOG18T FOR IT.
But do not bo deluded into taking Imitation
or substitutes or something recommended as
"Just ns goodl" Insist on tho jrenulnt. with
tlniimoof WABiinunNB&Co. on each box
which la guaranteed chemically pure under
pur signature and lndispcnslblo lcouUlte
insure 6uoccbs in tho trcutmcnt Tuko no
other or send to us.
WA8HUUHNE 4 CO. Proprietors.
887 Ilroadwuy cor. lteado St
For saleby C. Sohasse Ban
tonlo rq ii
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