The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 6, Ed. 1, Monday, April 9, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
KAlMtOAI) TIMH TAHLU.
International hikI Great Northern
KxprcM 7:15 a.m. 8:m p. in.
Kxprosg 1:4.1 p.m. 12:20 p. tn.
Westorn Kxtcnalon 1 :00p. m. I 6:00 n. in.
Galveston llnrrlsbiirfr and Sail Antonio.
11:00 a. tn.
030 p. in.
H:00 p. in.
0:00 n. tn.
Westward (To and
from F.I 1'imo)
NIOHTS PYTHIAS. Klk I-oi1ko No. IB
meets every Thursday at 7:; p. m. Custlo
In Fireman's Hall. Vlsltlnic brothren wclcotno.
MOW ISTHISTIMB-NIno thousand acres of
IN (food land for salo very cheap at Conee-
Uon Texas. Apply to A. C. VAI.DKZ No 4
Lnrodo street. Ban Antonio. U-lHm
Sit. I1AKCLAY iirlvato ollico corner Avenuo
ItnndIIoustoiistrcctSan Antonio. Speelal-
l'rlvato diseases iiulckly cured. Now
reinodles for chronlo diseases. l-2My
Forstnplo and fancy groceries wines and
liquors and all delicacies In tho eating line fro
to II. O. Hummers tho old Mission Htore
ceruurof South Alamo and Martinez streets.
Tho Heard 4: Ilro. safes havo a record of 37
years; contonts never destroyed by Hie; round
eerow door chest novcr openod iy burglars.
Address correspondence to San Antonio Gal-
veston or Dallas. IJ. V. ItElit'lKi.t)
U-V-lm General Agent.
Bunds of Life.
Time nor tide waits for no man but the sands
of Hfo continue to How on and on. year after
year never stopping never hesitating In Its
work of wasto unless occasioned by a Cough
Cold or some l.ung Affection where Dr. Ilos-
niiko'g Cough and Lunar Syrup arrests it and
makes tho span of life Its allotted three score
mid ten. (Jo to C. Selmsne A. Drolss orL.
Urynskl druggists and ii.sk them lor a free
trial bottle of this medicine. They havo them
to give away.
The Globe's Free Oonoorta
Tho ovenlng concerts at tho Globe buloon
405 West Commerco street are nttractlnir at-
tentlon. Tho performances embrace works 1
from tho llrst masters. Vocal muslo within
to kIvo the Ulobon call. Kino refreshments
eatables and a fragrant smoko with polllo at-
tendance always to be had.
3-14-flm W. I). WitioiiT Proprietor
Houses for Halo.
New'houso of II looms and lot 4ft by IQ on
Olive street near Sunset railway for $12.10.
House of 4 rooms and lot Ml by 175 on I.owls
street near San l'edro avenue JlGOii.
House and three lots near Mayor French's In-
cluding borsu and wagon S1000.
Hock house and lot on Tlllcta between
Prossa and Alamo for $2200.
Lot on South Flores street near railroad
crossing for SIM. JW. U. Hilton
208 West Houston street.
An Open Letter.
San Antonio January 1 1B8.1.
-"' i-i"ii"i" mm ueeii
used In my family tor over a year and I
can unhesitatingly say It Is tho best remedy I
m Ion of ir "bowels? I would not lie wltliout '
It. ltcsi)ectfiilly A.W. Houston "l
For salo at 0. SchiLsso's and Clavlr.'g drug
New Sterol Now Store!
This store has been opened by Messrs. Hor-
nandez Ss Vlllaroal on tho corner of Dolorosa ;
und notions and defy competition lit cheapness
tho roiiowncu puro Jioxican chocolate from
llonterov lino eolreo from Marucuybo and all
other delicacies In the (rioccry line.
Comol Comol Seolntr Is bellevluir.
gAI.U OF OUDNANCKSTOItHS.
San Antonio Ailsknal
There will bo sold 11 1 this Arsenal at nililo
o'clock a. m. a quantity of Saddles Saddle
Trees Kqulpmeiits Tools &u
Catalogues kIvIiik quantities eindltloiis &c
oau bu had on appllrattou to this Arsenal.
JOHN A. KltKSS
Cuptaln of Ordnance
. . . . ... i
Moxlco In 1812" a work was published in Now !
York written In Hntrllsli by Don Lorenzo (Jas-
im. una irom consisisot one uiok contuiniuir i
ber of Inhabitants in tlio prliielp'al cltles"iinil
towns tlio ancient history of tho country with
lntorostlnir episodes and Incidents that present
n irreat deul of interest to tho roader. From
tho Monitor itepubllcano lllblofrupliv. City
Piles nro fi-equently iirecodod by n senso of
" ". yuioaiiii luivur purtoi ino
abdomen eauslnir tlio patient to Bupposo ho
iiua duiiiu iiuvi.i.ivjii ui iiiu Kiuuuytf or lieilfllDOr-
I us wikbiis. ntumtm.Dr!iiJiuiiiaui inillKOStloU
nro present us llatulonoy uneaslnoBs of tho
Btomuch eto. A moisture liko perspiration
producing n vory dlsnjfreeablo ltclilnir. partlc-
VArv raimimm nllKnilnnt TIM.. I III ..11..' ...'I
vnrv rilinnuiil ntrenflimr. 11 nil lll..ll. ..i
ltclilnir Files yiold at onco to thoappllcationof
Air. jniniiiiiiu b i im iieiueuv wnicn aeisuirectly
upon tho parts affected absorbing tho Tumors
allayinir tho Intense) ltclilnir mid oIlcctlnK a
pormaiient euro wlieit) all other rcmodles havo
lallod. l'rleo 50 cents. Sold by C. Sohosso A.
C. II. Mueller's
braclntr material for oil and water color palut-
piiintlnir porcolain und china decoration'
cliromo pliotocraphy wax ilowers decoratlvo
.rt coach paliitlnir arilsts' fluo brushes matho-
' itlcal Instruments oil and water oolor paint-
onirravluifs and chromos surpussos any-
yet seen In Toxns and students and lov-
f art in 1U various typos should soothis
t stock. Ho has also tholarKest and best
(1 stock of plcturo frames and mould-
.11 sizes over broualit tn San Antonio
. iieli ho Is olferlnir at extremely low lliriires
Ho has tho solo aircnoy for tho well known and
most durablo "Asbestos" paints ready for use.
Tlicso paints in color and durability nro admit-
ted by thoso who aro uiithonty In such matters
iu uy iiiu iiimwioi. miuuo ii. uiu lllliraoi. jus
Block o Jolls paints and wall paper Is complete
anil Ids supply of window rIiiss of evory slzo
ml ileserlntloil Is vorv lnrirn. lit- f.iiiif.. .
GERALD OHIFFIN Attorney and Counselor at
Law Officii No M.Frttjchbuildlnz S. E. Cor-
ner Main plata Will attend promptly to all legal
busineti entrusted to my cars in the State and Fed
loV prloos. which aro a. rulo of the houso. Younl n&twnQtfiJitJlSi
B05 Commerco street tho publla can bo ploasod
TAXES ON TOI1AC0O.
ThoScliedule doing Into KITect tlio First
Day of May
The repeal of the Internal Revenue lax on
capital and deposits of banks bankers Na-
.lonal banking associations and the stamp
tax on bank checks drafts orders vouchers
matches perfumery medical preparations
and other articles imposed by Schedule A
takes effect July ist 18S3.
The following schedule of special taxes
goes into ellect May 1 1883
Dealers ln leaf tobacco 812 00
Itctnll doalors In leaf tobacco $2."0 50
111 1 cb ui over 511W .mj coins lor every
"Villi.. Ill ITAULKSIIl JJlUU.
llcnlcraiii iiiauufnctured tobacco.
Miinuract 11 ixji-s of tobacco tiun
. . " ehrars 6 (JO
Peddlers of cigars etc. Urst class ) 110
1 iiiuici 01 cnriirs eic sccoiiil class 1
Peddlers or ehrars eto. third clans '
Peddlers of cigars eto.. fourth clnui
All other special taxes remain as hetclo
Farmers and producers may sell at the
nlnri. nf nt-miiti-tlr... ll. ....... ..f .1.-!.
growth and raising at retail directly to con-
"" uiuuum uoi excecuing 41 100 per
annum. 111c special tax 01 a ueaier in man-
ufactlin-ll Inlmrcn will nn I.. .-.!.- I (
farmer planter or lumberman who furnishes
wuujuu auppnea 10 ins la-
borers whrrn thi- nmrmiTitf .n f...11 ..I .1 .
not exceed ico pounds in any one special tax
i.iu.iucu uiui ucn persons are not
..... ..... tiujjjjv.-u in me gen-
era! hnsm-c nf l 1:
to other than their own laborers or employers.
On and after May I 1883 the internal tax on
jt u 1.CUIS per pounn; on cigars $3 per
A drawback or rebate of the full amount of the
made on all unbroken original factory pack-
ages on which the tax has been held by man-
ufacturers or dealers on May 1 provided
claims .irr mad within ui l7ll.i.K.-
of reduction and shall amount to a sum not
icas man 41IU
' WlCTATOllIAL SIUS. LANOTHV
Her Conduct so Olleimlve tliut Hor Sister
Could Not Hear It.
Miss Lanctry has parted with her sister-in
law the Jersey Lily to chaperone whom she
1 1 ' c"-r"
came to tins country. A
.n-.UinT f it. i
sPelklnB ! ie matter said
friend of hers
tion has been very uncomfortable. She had
no idea when she came over that thinr had
gone so far but having once advanced she
could not retire. Yet the mere fact that she
remained so long with Mrs. Langtry and her
Gebhardt is conclusive proof to my mind
that there has been nothing wrong between
them. Mrs. Langtry is very dictatorial and
domineering blie will allow no one to be
shown any attention but herself. Miss Lang-
try has really been a slave to her ever since
...v aiuicu mere tame aioog a young man
whose name I believe is Stone. He began
payinc some attention to Miss Lanrtrv. which
plctsed her. Mrs. 'Langtry said he only
mine i.iiii imiKiry an excuse so as to be able
to follow her (Mrs. Langtry). Miss Langtry
to loiiow ner inirs. Lanctryl. Miss Lanetri
then proposed to send him away if Mrs
Landry would exile Gebhardt. Thl u
m " s ?' . i?ate? Mbl
Langtry told Mr. fatone what Mrs. LanCtry
n!Ul talu- He replied that there was only one
way of convincing Mrs. Lanrtry. 'We will
t"uuici7 "o mruicr man miagara
he said. 'I am well acquainted with the Rev
Mr. Wank the minister of All Saints church
ln Urummondville New York. He will
matry us . ' To this Miss Laniflry acreed but
lid not acquaint her sister-in-law a
termination. I suppose they are married by
Ilaltlinoro's Love Storr
Forty years ago the corpse of a beautiful
young woman was carried in a handsome
casket from a mansion in Carey street Balti-
more. For five years she had been happy
with her husband ; then a villain had won her
love and he had fallen. Her infidelity was
nvai sue uiew oui ncr Drains since then the
house has been kept closed in conformity with
a iiiuiuni promise maae snortiy ailer the mar
rilfTO nf the ill.fntr.l r-ni.r.1. W ...1
viuM lti nlli.r ctmi.11 .1.-1 ! .V '
aaine conumon as long as ne or sue lived. The
"""B.'nesinat tne spirit ol the woman
ne "till loves is cognizant of his conduct and
ne nopes mat ner knowledge of li s preat
that after his death the house shall stand as it
Kirect or lii;lllstlo Literature.
From tho Now Orleans TIiues-Doiiiocrut.
A CiliniliiV rifin.r ....kli.l .. A !.
- - J i"r' i .UUII31K.U ui iuuuanoyo
City l'a. republished the Cleary-Weeden
Dnze fifht. founht In Xfni-cb -. M
ark Del. and the story was read by two
jruunK urn. imnicu j urien anu Lawier re
Sldini' nt I.TfUsnn'o Pitch .- .1.1.
that they repaired to an adjoining grove made
" vi t. " "JS1"1 lne mm was lively
and hotly contested until the fourth round
wncn uawier s arm was broken. This ended
thi fight in O'Hrien's favor. The youthful
uuKiiim rc oiuyi4 years 01 age and hereto
iignt was witnessed by quite a large gathering
Want or Faith.
Trn H.inoo t n.....i.i a T... .
Klsts do not succeed It is not for tho want of
( olds Consuuiptlon and Lunsr Affections that
every ono who Is in need of a medlcino of this
City Collector's Oillce.
entitled tp water for Irrls-utfon purposes nro
hereby notified to como forward and pay their
water tax forthwith. F. o. Haukisen
Iinportaiit for Itiulueas 3Ien.
Mr l-'.ilol. M....I. i ..
I ii -."in..- ..Hum. mm iiiiorne -ior 1110
collection of nccounts charKes onl v 10 per cent.
IX. 6 ! '"' "'"ur nuu3 equauy ivasona-
lilo. . No cliariro unless col octlons urn imum
J. II. rilENCII.
J. II. FRENCH & CO.
(Successors to Qoo. W. Caldwoli).
273 Commerco Street
4-Mm - THXAS
TO BUILDERS !
Tlio firm of Martin SSchryvcr of San An-
loino lexas ono or tholarirest lumber dealers
In tho State havo recently opened n yard In
Kuglo l'ass the present terminus of tho Moxl-
can I'aclllo railroad ejcteimuui. ami l.nvn .
on tho irrounds and nro dally rcecivlnir the
larKcst assortment of lumber in West Texas
direct from tho mills In Loulsiann Hast Texas
und Lhlcinro consisting of i-oinrh anil dressed
bo-xlnrr tloorlnir collftiir fonciiiir laths pal.
llnirs. slilnif es. ilmim. mik iiiimi. ....... i.ii....
the biilVlcr's lino" to 'which he iVSn In ? nf
builders and the ipubllo isrospoctfiilly Invited
..in iw iuiiuii iuu iiiiiiuiMer
3-10-311 K E MOF-UTT.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
Snn Antonio Texas.
STAND AliD STALLIONS.
MAMI1UINO HOWA11D (trotter) seo No. 47
!?oi"n!i800sorvlcos'" ''mltl8 '"t"' Vl'cits laj"
KNIrillTi ni) W' inii.n ...... ..
Auierlcan Stud Hook voluino 8 pairoam. Ho
"ICK t5ntiicK- Jack) 15 hands.nlVh wciffhs
s.Vol"i' 2' W"' evor imires dMennSts;
Biion-iioni tnoroiiKlibred cattle Hod Hulls.
7. "'.'"-'SVn lMtuioa u"ke LexliiKtoii!
i;"f season February 1. Terms cash. Ser.
nrilh rfniiTlVni. 1. I '"YJ a"u 11 not
frcd Itcavcs' Main Plaza will bo taken and
1281y ' Helo(f.Tni-
IIARNISCH & BAElt
15 Commerco St. havrropened their
For tho season.
X-i. J. WENGE
320 Houston strnr opposlto Muverlck
hotel has i- .opened his
Ii'nr thn cniicnn rinll .!. l r
. uiiims nlu kouu eonieouonary. Mno
rn-vream a specialty. Tclcphono No. S70.
laoui.D & co.'s.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
April 25 188:5.
IWimbcr for Number-Pr Ize for rrizn
With 100 additional prizes.
Only 230110 Tictels. 2394 Frizes
1 Capital Prlzo
Prizes $500 each."
" ino .
60 " .
0 Approximations of $100 each'to tiio
3 Apriroxlmatlons of $50 cuch to tlio
1001 Prizcsas above being tho full nuin-
iv. . -T!'.' "'V.loJul Havana aim
100 Additional Prizes of $5 .each to tho
jw vicKcis iiavmir as an ending: the
two terminal units of tho
n'LnAc5lrawlnlf tho Capital I'rizo
of $15000 200Q
2001 Prlzos amounting In U.S. Gold to..$ 40200
Tlokets 83.00 . . Halves. HI.OO.
Thn llnvol U .. mli u. .ii ..
Prl?'i'i ?ul'J0ctt0 no inanlpulatloii not con-
manaircd It Is tho falrost Biuarest and best
thiiiK in tho naturo of a lottery thut could bo
Boo that tho namo GOULD & CO. Is on tho
tlckot. Nonoothorsaro crcnulno.
AliL PHIZES PAID ON PKESENTATION.
For Information and tickets niliimca .r
""" aK UOMI'ANV
t l? "roadway. Now York City.
08 East ltandolph Street Chlcaj-o 11
3 Weet Cotninoroo St. Sun Antonio.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver and Plated Ware
Vi alclies nud Jewelry repaired. Charurcs rea-
sonable. Mo tuko pleasiiro in sliowlnir our
poods and purchasers aro Invited to call Sat-
lufaetion warrautod. 12-4-ly
No. 18 Commkrck Street.
may tf San Antonio. Texas.
and Dealar In-
nr"Cttll arAIMamln my stock and prices befor
All goods l'l ba loU aodar wrlttan gaarantra
341 Commerco Street. 34
An Experienced Watchmakor
AFFERS hii service! to the Public. He has ha
. J 7 r ' v; wornman 01 tnc
NO. 4 COMMEltCK 8THKKT
Hasjust received tho nneat. otnnir r w11.1.
Freneli Gorman and Amerinnn nil.. o-..i
nil styles and colors ovor brouifbt to San An-
tonlo and will mako suits to order at tbo
Lowest Prlees. Only First-olass Tullors em-
ployed and tbo finest trimmings used. Now
fasnion Plates received every month.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Call on V. r.n- r. 1 1 .
amir M ;t.ki vr.i.'" our ?p"nir
Watchmakor aid Jowolei
JEWELER AND OPTICIAiN
"v. huuuto mouuYT irooas
J. U. IlltEKDINO - O. W. PHILIPS
Brcedins & Philips
218 COMMERCE ST
OverNIc TDB "3 S3. San Antonio
DIfc. A. J. SMITH
(Uto of CamhrldKe Jlass.)
NO. 'SO COaiMERCE ST.
&?rto';eVori- S"tafttctl0'' ""
fllltS. llUIIUiHHXA RIIGII1I2L
No. 230 Water St.
Oners her service. In all its branches. Patients
received at residence. Female diseases treat-
ed specially. '
Office: Sam Maverick buildlnc corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Telephono No. lip.
Cure Chills and Fever
H'M.VJ' tllu.mos.t I'leiinantaiidWllea-
sunion'nnd a.iSa't'ne S'a
luntrs. ilaniifaetliredliy (J. HAMiisPrv
ms-i.. i . ..'"'ifff'st Austin Toias.
t'o by all druiritlstR In Toxin.
1. S. BDUflAH 1. 1 C.
Ociuist aud Aurist
Proprietor San Antonio BYE and UAH In-
fnnerly siiwcon in cliariro of Kansas
Citr Lye Ear and Throat Inuraiarv. """""
All diseases of Hyoand Ear treated in tho
most approved manner with tho 1 test api.ll-
nnccs. Crooked eyes stral(?htoned artltfdal
Inserted to move naturally otc eto. ul"lclal
Ofllco at iST2 Commorco Street.
Office: Sam Maverick building corner
uauyo ano Houston streets.
Joirn Jonks M. D. 1 f Jho. G. IIowen. M D.
10 to u a m. 3 to 5 pm U g to 10 a. m 1 to 3 p m
Retidence- J J fcaenden reiidence P
700 Aceriuia St. South Kloiei S
''m1 aUention Given to diseases of women
and Children and in il!....ni ii. t
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treatf!
distance and medicines sent promptly by
A Common-sense Remedy.
No More Rheumatism Gout
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed
fan'fn 'lr81cstnbll8hod and never Known to
Tho nnlv 1 In ml ...... .1 i .
OmJtv parents.11 th hloi f llb and
rr.Vu.CV1'CA '?.kn0MVn ns a con"non-scnsc
of ltheumatism Qout and NeiiralKla wliHo"
iiuiiir du-ujiiuu epecincs nnn supposod panaceas
only i treat locally tlio olfccU. i""aiuag
tb'Jt outward applications such as ruhliins
lot w nTn C. '. " V'"0.'."li.B00t ' np
aro tho result of tho polsoulut? ol tho blood
SAi.mvi.inA ni0 ..ui. .
on this acid and so roinnveatlm ill ii1. ! "V??!
now exclusively used by all tho celbmted phv.
f' n.8 of America and Kuropo. Hlirhest Jled-
leal Academy of Paris roporU OJ per cont.
iViotQAT im'T TPA I. .
"tantlyntenS0 P 8 nro BUbduo.li ulmost in.
refuhded. or raonoy
tlmi UBUn f tosUmonlttls out on applloa-
$1 a Box. Six Boxes invt
Sent freo by mall on receipt of money.
Hut do not tin ilnlmln.l I. i ..i.i
prBUb8tltutos or something recommended an
Justus (rood!" insist on tho Are i Ino with
tCenamoof WABimuitNu&co" on each box
pur signature and Indlspensiblo requisite tc
Insure bucccss In tbo lMinu..) i"..i". J
Insure bucccss In tbo treatment.
S87 nroiidwav. cor. KcadoSt:' NEW YOUk
FprBalobyC.8chasso Saa tqnlo andal
Great Teas. Fever Iteidv
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