The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 12, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
KAlT.noAl) TIM 13 TAIIt.Ii.
Internattonul and (J rout Northern
Express 7:1ft a. m. 8:m p. in.
Express IM.p. m. 13:30 p. in.
Wriitcni Kxtcnulon I 0:00 p. in. I IWO a. m.
Galveston llrrlbur(r nuil Sun Antonio.
Houston (Express) 11:00 a. in. 0:00 p. m.
Houston (Mlxod).. (WW p. in. 0.-00 ti. ui.
WeBtwurd (To nnit
from HI Pnii) n:(0ri.m. ln:M n. in.
KNIOHTS PYTHIAS. Elk Ixidgo No. xi
meets ovcry Thursday nt7:30 p. m. Citstlo
In Fireman Hall. Visiting brethren welcome.
GERALD GKIFF1N Attorney and Couimlorat
Law Office No. aVrench building S. K. Cor.
ner Main plaia Will attend promptly to all legal
biulneii entrusted to my care in the Stata and Ftt)
NOW IB TUB TIM K Nine thousand acres of
good land for sale very clicnp nt Concep-
Larndn street. Snn Alitnnfn. li-Il-lin
A AVIfo Wanted.
Corrospondoneo wltli a lady or widow Gor-
man preferred from .HI to 40 yotrs of ago must
liu Intellectual and rclluod. and a (rood house-
keeper by a gentleman (widower) oT means.
Address In confldonco.
4-11-nt. Caro Sau Antonio Light Ullleo.
The Cuntral Hotel llooinn.
The Central Hotel being In tho very center
of tho city between the two depots with street
cars In front running to and from all public
places. Is tho chen peal llrst-class hotel In tho
Ity at $1.00 to 81.50 per day. English German
French Spaulsh and Holland spoken a-.li-lui
The Globe's Free Concerts.
Tlio evening concerts nt tho Globo saloon.
40V5 West Commoreo stroct aro attracting at-
icniion. mho periorniunces ciiinrucu wnras
kec I .Inc ' of this Viiltnrs to tto
to give tlio Globo a call. Kino refreshments
eatables mid a fragrant sinoko with pollto at-
W. J). WltiaitT ProitIetor
limine or num.
Now honso of (I rooms uud lot 4!ixlK) on
Ollvo street neur Sunset railway for SliSO.
Tlio proof of tho pudding Is not In chewing
tho string but in having uu opportunity to test
tho article direct. C. Schiisse A. Drciss and I..
.Orynskl druggists linvo frco trial bottles of
Dr. Hoeanko's Cough anil I.mig Syrup for euch
and over' oiio who Is ntlllctcd wit It Coughs
Colds' Asthma Consumption or uny Lung
llouso una three lots near Jiavorl-ronch In-
cl!&!"! OT"t Philadelphia Times f Ueoublican 1 : Mr.
rod Alamo $230).
lot oil bouth Iloros street near railroad
crooslng for 81W. W. K. Hilton
)8 West Houston street.
Cutiso or I'ulltire.
Want of conndciict) accounts for half of tho
liusinesM failures of to-day. C. Schasw A.
Drelss and L. Orynskl druiorlsts. aro not llitblo '
to fall for tho want of conlldenco in Dr. llosan-
ku h uuiikii ami i.uiiK yrnp iur mey give
away a bottle fceo to ail whpuro8uu"crlnir with
CoukIis. Colds Asthma Consumption and all
affections of tho Throat and Lungs.
An Open Letter.
San Antonio January 1 1881.
Drs. J. J.& W. H.Tobln:
(iF.NTr.KUEWI Your Ilnimtfzlnn linn luwi
lined In my family lor over a vcar anil I
oan unhesitatingly say It Is tlio best remedy I
MitloS of tho bowels.' 1 would not lio wit 0 t
It- llespcctrully A. W. Houston
Porsalo at C. Sehasso's and Clavlr.'a drug I
Ulnantlltinil Notl. n.
. . 1 . : . . .
Tho partnership heretofore existing between 1
Gus. A. If ampiiiuiiiiundClom 11. Cotton under
tho llrm namo of Kampmiinit & Cotton con- 1
tractors and builders. Is this day dissolved bv 1
Gus. A. Kampmann assumes and collects all
ouUUindlng nccounts or tlio lato firm and will
contlnno tho Siish door und hllnd luctory at
the old stand on his own account.
. Ci.uu'h. Cotton! '
San Antonio April 0 im. 4-u-flt
Clem II. Cotton Intel)' of tlio llrm of Kanip-
iiinuii & Cotton linllilera and contractors will
continue the name business 011 his own ac-
count. Notice will hereafter lie glveu of his
Gus. A. Kampmann will continue thn sash
door and blind factory and will also continue
tho contracting und building husliiesit ut tho
old stand on Naeogdochos street. 4-lMlt
tro. This work consists of one book contulnlng
UliUUI mi- IHIU UI IliU iieitiuilo or
Aloxtco in 1883" a work was published in Now
370 pages und a map of tho Itepubllc besldos
mentioning tlio capital of States estates
boror Inhabitants In tho principal cities und
towns tho ancient history of tho country with
interesting oplsodos and Incidents thafprosont
u great deal of interost to tlio reader. t From
uiu muiiiiiir tvupiiuiiuuiiu Jlllliognipiiy utty
or Mexico. 4-ii-tf
Piles nro freauently preceded by n senso of
..uiHiii. i imu waun luilia llllu Illlvur purfc Ol 1110
li.iaiiiin.alTilllnn ofll.. 1 11 .....- ..-1. ..."
Ing organs. Attlmes.symptoms of Indigestion
' Fvovm ua uuiuiuiiuj uiieiisinesa 01 ino
stomach oto. A inolsturo llko perspiration
producing a very dlsagroeablo itching liartio-
ulurlyut night urter getting warm in lied Is a
very common attendant llllnd lllecding ami
Itching Tiles yiold ut unco to tho application of
Dr. llosanko's Pile Itomcdy which aetsdlivetly
upon tho hurts airected absorbing the Tumors
allaying tho Intense Itcldng and etrecting n
permanent euro whoro all other remedies luivo
ritllod. 1'rlcoM cents. Bold by C. Bchaajo A.
Srolss und h. Orynskl.
O. II. Miiuller'8
Stock of artists' and painters' materials em-
bracing material for oil and water color paint-
ing lend pencil drawing crayon and pastell
painting porcelain und chlnn docorutlon'.
clirnmo photocrapliy. wax llowers. docorativo
nrt coach painting artists' lino brushes mathe-
matical Instruments oil and wntor color paint-
ings engravings and chromos surpasses any-
thing yet seen In Toxns and btitdcntH and lov-
oiu ot art in ittt various types should boo this
elegant stock. Ho has also (lie largest and best
Hcloetod stock of picture frames uud mould-
ings. all sizes over brought to Ban Antonio
which ho is ijllerlng nt extremely low figures.
Ho has tho solo agency for tho well known and
most durublo "Asbestos" paints ready for use.
'Ilioso paints in color und durability mo admit-
ted by those who aro authority In such matters
to lie tho hlKhOHt grade in tho market. His
stock o JOlla .paints and wall paper Is complete
and his supply of window glass of every ulzo
und description Is vory largo lly calling ut
205 Commerco stroct tho publiu can bo pleased
n uny of tho linos moutlonod as well ug in tho
Ow prices which aro a rulo of the house
voice op the muss.
St Louis Evening Chronicle: There' hope
or icxas. tier Legislature will adjourn on
Waihineton Post: A careful survey of the
political situation at this date shows that a.
triumph in 1884 Is withni easy teach of the
Atlanta Constitution: Senator Pendleton's
civil service reform bill is not in sympathy
with the Ohio idea. In the matter of office-
holding the average Ohio politician believes
... ..i.i.jun ana compound interest.
Austin Statesman : In matters of govern
ment the Legislature is 'the only active de
partment. Were it not for the activity of the
suu-execuuve departments in routine affairs
the executive branch would be a decomposing
Galveston News: The tariff nuestinn. in
separable as it is from the general cause of
tax ana revenue reform and of the freedom
of commerce and industry is in politics and
is onlv In hr nnt nut r r.i:ii... I... . n-.l ...
tlement of the nuestion on the only stable
j ! m" lusttce to all special
uu luviuiuus privileges 10 none.
New York Herald f Independent nemnrntl
Mr. Gresham will we do not doubt from
all we hear of him add streneih to Mr.
Arthur's administration and is another proof
uii me 1 iciiucm ueserves as he has slowly
but Constantly ran nnMi
rectitude of his purposes the independence of
hl iiiitirm. nt r.A iU .1.1. 'it; .
Cincinnati Times-Star fRen.lt The rhin.
man is weak in comparison with the Ameri
effectivenes- of labor is the' measure of ils
vaiuc irotn an economic point of view it
follows naturally that in the ordinaty employ.
: . "IT. "K"iiiu cnuurance the
low-priced little yellow race must give way to
...v.. w. niuum anu oeuer muscle
New York Sun (Independent) : It would
t.ve i..n r r p xa .
"Hlu" iiiuur to
"""V"-my "ppomtment to til
office ol roslniaster-General that the selection
of General Walter Q. Gresham of Indiana to
succeed the late Mr. Ilnuicli .... .
nlile surmise. A nrl .1.-1 . l.
I against almost every other candidate but
n(jaui3i aunusi every otner candidate but
nithinc has vet been heard nnilno n.-i
rIfc. acainst General
Windom is encountering the fate rf all other
.... ... umci
discarded statesmen. He is securing mention
for every place which becomes vacant with
""'e hope ol getting the place itself. He is
sp t or l'0S.ma.ster"Genera when It Is
not probable that he has ever been seriously
thought ol for the nnsitinn. Mr u;i :. i
...... j ; . . . . .. .
dead statesman and might as well order his
trcmauon lumace lirst as last.
Charleston News and Courier: The ad
mirable use which has been made nf ihf Unl
grant of 1862 is the best possible vindicaiion
01 the principle ot extending Federal aid to
education in the States. Throughout the
South and especially in South Carolina such
aid is still urgently needed and the more the
"... t"e '"jK ' f.n"8men nR. "e.ma 0
""'" "'"uim u a weu-nign nopeies
one unless it is aided by Congress with ai
.n. j . ...
iiiuaaeipnia i-ress: liaittmore New Or-
1 . 1 c . . ' .
leansand at. Louts three of our leading
cities are all facintr small-nox enidemi nf
...... "K p epidemics ot
each ol which it is strictly true that nearly
. j.-.i t. :i.i. . .
c.very de.atn..! preventible from the introduc.
11011 01 ne oieae to its disappearance; but
citv authority will not learn that tr n mnU.
pahly heallh is wealth and State Legislatures
will nnl r.ni.ir. it. ..t. ..! ...
which is an unfailing protection against this
Speaking of the Texas railway hill the St
Louis Globe-Democrat (Republican) says
The collection of more monev from one nir.
son than from any other "whether directly or
by means of any rebate or other shift or
evasion" is to be taken as prima facia: evi-
dence of the prohibited "extortion and unjust
discrimination." Railroads beine common
"cSnUhU"hd?ube.d V be -aR-l in
f ccordan" wl.t1 Jms pnnciple. Practically
however hnr Ishine nric fV.m it.- f. .
as the people of Texas may learn to their
New York World: On the whole the local
elections in the Western States Indicate ih.
Republicans have not yet harmonized their
uinerences nave not yet won back the thou
sands upon thousands of voters who aban
doned and opposed them last year. All
along the skirmish line to-day the Democrat
are victorious is they were in the battle ' of
yesteraay. in- issue of the great engage-
ment that has yet to be foupht depends on
themselves and themselves alone. If they
aestre to be instructed of the fate which al-
t ..7 ....U.-.W ibauci pcisiais
in trimming upon a vital issue when the great
...... .w.. ..w -.nuc up uicir minus ana
selected their sides let them but inspect the
The Minneapolis Tribune savs that Minn.
sota needs a sprinkling of Southwestern civili
zation . More than a year ago Missouri had a
law against gambling while the Minnesota
Legislature was prevented this winter hv lob
bying from passing a similar act. Missouri
has uccu icgarui-ii as lar peninu the age
morally speaking and yet an act regulating
that State while in Minnesota saloon keepers
ooast mat lor $50000 tney "lixed" the.Lecis-
lntlire. ArbiiKi. .111 ; .tl.l i
barous by tome Northerners likewise is in
advance of Minnesota in needed legislation
The Tribune feels ashamed that a common-
wealth settled largely by men from New
England New York Ohio and Michigan
auuu u ic tuuniucuus man tue south-
J. II. FRENCH & CO.
(Successors to Goo. W. Culdwoll).
273 Commerco Street
Tho llrm of Mnrlln .t HH.rr -- r c. a..
tonlo Toxns ono or tho largost lumber dealers
In tho Stutc havo recently ojiencd a yard In
rjigio i-ass. mo present terminus or tho Moxl-
can I'aclllo railroad extenmnn. unit Imv..
pn tho grounds and nro dally receiving the
IjifKost assortment or lumber In West Texas
nn I i'i I mina in jitMllsillllll IUISI lOXItS
and Chicago consisting or rough and drcssid
uAing. nooring. coiling ronclng laths pui-
111 its Bhliigjog doors. Bash blinds mouldings.
tlio biiiider's'lineV to which tho intention of
iiifh i' I isrcspociiiiny invited
" n.wunu iyiii uu luunu me maniiKOr
3- lo- am Il E moFFITT.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
Aud General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio Texas.
MAMIllMMn irmirinn ......
It i C.-' y""i.iiruuon bco ISO. 47
IfolfnlilervsM "'"' weigh'; 15
IfMHlIm nDW iniiu ...
sired by Qlondower datu ly Epsilon. seo'lh-ucVi
jiiiericuii stua Hook volume B pagoa. Ho
iiiv'L- iir umorra. Bervicc SSi.
n im i iSiit JacK) ja hunas.iiigh. weighs
ftnri-Vno iir' vur mures or jennets.
ouori-iiorn thoroughbred cattle Hod Hulls
k'v ft.V.Si.r in! "uk" "jxingion
Kv. Klirvlru.a ftln
Spring season February 1. Terms cash.
.n.'iJ.n ''"V0.100 Privilege to return tho next
J' J!H' i'W will to taken and
...uuH.i nrilliuui. COgt.
I81y Helotes Tox
HARNISCH & BAElt
15 Commerco St. havo opened tholr
For tho season.
ita Houston street opposlto Mavorick
hotel has re-opened his
soda drinks nnd good confectionary. Fine
ico-uroum u specialty. Tulotihono No. 270.
AMENDED PLAN J
IUOUI.I) i CO. H.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
April 25 1883.
Number for uiiibprrrlzc for Frlzo
With 400 additional prlzos.
Only 40000 Tickets. 1524 Prizes
1 Capital Prlio is.nno
J " 4.UU
i Prizes $400 each
8 " 100 "
1000 " 10 "
0 Approximations to 1st prize S100
u ippruxunaiious to sna prize S60
0 Approximations to 3d nrizo. SAti
11-t Prlzosus abovo being tho full num-
.'"-r 11 uo "oyui Havana una
400 Additional Prizes of S5 ouch to tho
juu uuituui inning asenuing nutu-
bcrs tho two terminal units of tho
numbor drawing tho Capital l'rizo
of $lii000 2 000
1524 Prlzos amounting In IT. S. Gold to. .$ 40200
TlokeU S3.00 - . Halves 81.00.
Thn ltm-nl Ttnvnnn nlllnlnl list ll.l
irlzo. Subject to no manlniilittlnn. not mn.
:rollnd hv thn tmrttna in nitnnn.i
iii .'" "". iiuni niuurcBl anil OCSl
thing In tho nature of a lottery that could to
Boo that tho namo GOULD & CO. Is on tho
tlckot. None others aro genuine.
ALL PUIZF.3 PAID ON PHESENTATION.
Ifnr InfnrmnMnn 1 ...1.1
apply to ' """"" ur
1212 llroadway Now Vork City.
68 Kast ltuudoljh Btreet Clilcnifi) in..
o W.W. WALUNCl '
a West Commerco Bt. Ban Aiitonlo
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver and Plated Ware
Watches nnd Jowelry repaired. Charges rea-
sonable. Wo take plcasuro in showing our
goods and ptircluiHcni nro Invited to call. Sat-
isfaction warranted. 12-4-ly
No. 18 Commirck Strect
may tf San Antonio. Texas.
nd Uoaltr la
nTln -I. v ' pncM belora
r-w-r.n . I.. ..... . . . .
All eaods will bt told uader wrlttsa gnauntes
. Jos. Schmidt
341 Commerco Street. 34
An Experienced Watelnnnk or
CRS h ervii to th Public. He hs hc
....... u nc.u workman ol tnr
Ereatett watch factory in Geneva Switzerland. En.
SPRING GOODS !
NO. 4 COMMERCE STUEI5T
Has Just received tha flnratmnrimr ir.ni.
French. Qormnn nnd Anierleim nl.... .... 1. ...
all stylea and colors over brought to Pan An
tonio nnd will make suits to order nt tho
Lowest Prices. Only Plret-claas Tailors cm-
ployed and tho llneet trim in I mm u.ni
irastiion riatos received ovory month.
A Perfect Pit Guaranteed.
flill n. V T. .
lulto. No trouble to show goods. lm
Watchmaker anil Jowolo
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
iaiamtaaamfiUmfr'ti irrMSl .i'.ib '-'''G'bn
.1. IS. imuubiNO - o.w. philips"
Breeding; & Philips
218 COMMERCE ST
Over Nic T.ngj -CBEJ Sn Antonio.
DR. A. J. SMITH
(Lato of Cambridge Moss.)
NO. G COMMERCE ST.
Ovor Clayln's drug more. Satisfaction guar-
uutecd. Open evenings.
BHIS. WILHKJIKXA ilIICIIAEL
io. 23G Water St.
Offers her services In all its branches. Patient
received at residence. Female diseases treat-
II 0 01 (E 0 P A T H I C PHYSICIAN
Office: Sam Maverick buildlnfj corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
ir?P.0.cJll.1.!5fJltJ.n Val(1 tonll formgof CHltON-
IO lHSKAaia OISAHIM OK WOMKN. I.unV
a d throat dloeaseB Skin DIcao. PIlGS
SUi' W newmothod under uguarunteo
without kniro llgaiuiro or cnuterv. H"u"""'uo
Telephone No. W.
Cure Chills aud Fever
IIVpSintMirK'fi' by .""l.nr SAMOSTZ'S
clous remedy for Coughs. Colds IlrnochltI
uuMin ii'ineuy iur uoiigns (Jo i s. IlruoeliltU
Consumption mid all dlwastg of tle thrtrn! inJ
lungs. Mamifuctureil by O. SAMOsr
wi. i . .Hruggist AitMlti Tuias.
tr lor mo by ail drugglnts In Toxas.
I S. BURNHAM 1. D. C.
Ocuiist aiid Aurist
Proprietor San Antonio KYI? nnd KAIt In-
llrmary ftirmorly stirgeon In chargo of Kansaj
City Eye ltaraud Throat Intlrniarv. "UU6Ud
All diseases of Eyo and Ear treated In tho
most approved manner with tho latest ainVli-
ances. Crooked eyes straightened nrUUckl
Inserted to movo naturally etc. oto. Iuucml
Ofllcoat 272 Commoreo Stroot.
Officf.: Sam Maverick buildimr. rnrn.
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Joseph Jones M. D. ) ( Jno. O. Boweh. M. D.
kV.Ule'nc".'! 3 ' 5 Pn hVn?& V '
700 Acequia St. sm notet s
Snecinl nttrntinn ntu.n m Jt.. i-
..j'ri'u 1. V. ui women
and Children and to diseases of the Luncs.
" icBies treated at
mail e medicines sent promptly by
A Common-sense Itemcdy.
No More Rheumatism Gout
Immediate Relief Warranted.
.Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Vivn rfnr oef nl.lt ol.n.1
..; r."..""""". ""u "over Known to
.Vii . " V"K. 'i180! a.ulUo or clironlo. ltofer to
2 iffi'i''M l.hyfluln"8 nild 'Irugglsts tor tho
which exist. n tlio Mood of iihoumftt.o and
rcincdy because it etrlkes directly at tlmlsSsS
' "uuiiiuuusin uoui una Neuralgia while mi
Many so-called Bpccltlc nnd suppolod panaceaS
It has been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications such ns n Sob nn
loll oll9l11olnmonf. liniments and sooth n
hl't'J.T) ot lUo Po'sonlng of the bioSd
.?y0iiYc4 works vln marvelous etfect
on this odd and so removes tho disorder. It Jt
slclans of Amorica and Europe. HlirhrSr
cVe...1''lrl8 rCPrU P'.
that 8AI.I0YLICA Is a certain euro toi-lmpii
MATI8M. GOUT and NEUUALQIA The
most Intense luilna m .i.!..".i . J.ue
sumtly" uura unoBl n"
rofundod? guaranteed or monoy
tiori Bui on appnco-
$1 a BOX. Six BOXCR InrJRK.
Sont frco by mail on receipt of monoy.
ASK YOUlt DKUaaiST T-nil tt
But do not bo doludod Into taking Imitations
or substitutes or somothlng n-coinmen.led Wt
'Justus good lnfdst on tho Sw .ifi'
ihinu Jl 01 w-8w & Co. on each box
pur signature and Indlspenslblo Vemilslto
lnsuro Bucccss n tho troutmnnt "i".
other or send to us.
WA8HI1U11NE 4 CO. Proprietor
mwy WaV' r' " BU NKV yOK.
ii'Baiol)jrC?cllaMO 8a tonlo. and ul
Great Texas Fever Rcmcfiv
IS. JOKES k BOWRN.
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