The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 182, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 30, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light. !
KAILKOAD T1MIS TA11LK.
International anil Great North.
Kxprces. .... . ... I
Western Kx tcnslon I
Oalventon Hnrtltburc unit San Antonio
7:14 a m.
4:1.1 p. in.
westward (To ana
fruui El 1'iuo). ... I 6:40 p. m.
L'NI(1HTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. S.
IV rnooteoveryTbursdayatTSW p. m. Casile
in Flroraan'i Hall. Visiting brethren welcome.
tNltlllTS OK THK OOLDKN It IT I K. Cattle
IV Alsmo Lodjro No. 21. meets In Odd Fellows
riall lint anil third Thursdays ur each month.
Visiting roinradee welcome.
I. II. HACOft. Commander.
II. Kmcknkemi'1lii secretary.
BUXAll IIKNBVOLUNT ASSOCIATION
allowi tnombcia tl weekly In sickness ts)
at'euth. Initiation fee iJ W monthly xutr
crlptlonMcenta. Meet lint and third Wed-
nesday In each month ut Kotntners it Peter-
son's hall. 11. 15. ItONIJ. President
PAUL HUYi'lt. Ueneral Secretary.
U. W. Hutu.
HUTU & VOLIiBUEOIiT
Wooden and Willow Ware Paints Oils Var-
nishes Ilrushes etc. A specialty Made of
David Londrotb & Sons' Oardcn and Flower
Seodn. Also OutU I'crcha Heady Mlxod Taints.
a 10 Crockett lllock. Alamo Plata
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
I-. Mc(J. Nr.vrmx.
Hosack & Newton
Auctioneers Commission Merchants and Ocn-
IS" Have lane storo rooms for Couslgn-lientsatillSoiedadsin-ct.opposlto
Directory of the Churches
Services are held at the following- named
churches In this city every Sunday.
J'rotcstant Eplseopal-St. Mark's Cathedral
east side of Travis square Wirbt Hcv. It. W. U.
ailott llisbop of thedlocesoot Western Texas;
Very ltov. Walter It. Itlchardson Dean. Morn-
Inir services at 11 o'clock i ovenlnir sorvlco at 8
o'clock; Friday service at 8p.m.; bunday school
St. John's Chapel dlvlno sorvlco at 5 o'clock
p. m. and Sunday school at 4 p. in. St. Luke's
Chapel Sunday school at V a. in.
Methodist Episcopal Church South-Solodad
street Itcv. H.J. outig pastor. Scrvlco at 11
a. m. and ti p. in Sunday school at 0 a.m.
Tenth Street Church near Sunset dcpot.Sun-
day school at 9 a. tu.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church cor. re-
call street and avenue C. Services Sunday at 11
a.m. and -M p.m. ltov. W. S. Fulklnbury
pastor. Sabbath school at ILOO p. in.. Col. it. M.
Moore superintendent. I'raycr and pralso
meeting Wednesday at 7:00 p. in.
German M. E. Church F.bcn llzcr German M
E. church Vltllta street Itev. U. Doedail pas-
tor. Services on Sunday at 10:(Ju a. m. and a p.
m. Wednesday evening services a 7 o'clock.
Sunday school at V a. in.
K.nt Presbyterian Church corner Houston
and North Florcs streets llov. J.W. Nell pas-
tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sun-
day school at tt a. in.
Itev. J. I'. Wlttlch will preach In German In
tho First l'resbj terlaii Church overy Sunday
evenlnir at 4 o'clock itesiuence no. io iorin
Madison square Prc?byterlau Church ltor.
W. H. lluchanun pastor. Services every r-ab-bath
at the chaHl at II o'clock a. m. and 7:). p.
m. cabbath school at 4 p. m.
First Baptist Church southeast corner of Jof-
fcrson and Travis streets. ItoV. W. II. Dodson
II. U. pastor llcsidenoo No. 10 Jelforson street.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Sabbath school USUI a. in. K. 0. Everett supcr-
Icndont. Christian Church corner Houston and St.Ma-
ry's streets lilder 1). Pennington Pastor. Ser-
vices overy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8. p. m.
Lutheran St. John's Church corner of Nucva
and Pecan streets ltov. A. Wleder pastor.
Services at 10 a. m.
Roman Catholic Cathedral of San Fernando
between Main and Military plazas. Very Itcv!.
C. Narez Illshop. itev. L. tlenolln prlost. Low
mass at 7 a. m. High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers
4 p. m.
St. Mary's Church coruor Bt. Mary's and Col.
tegosiroets. Very Hev.T. J. Johnson pastor.
Low mass 7 a.m. High mass 10a. m. Vespers
5 p. m.
St. Joseph's (German) Church east sldo Ala-
meda street between Alamo and llonbara sta.
Very ltor. II. PeHerkorn. Low mass 7 a. m.
High mass 10 a. tu. Vcspors 330 p. m.
St- Michel's (Polish) Church west sldo Victo-
ria street betwoen Sceond and Third streets.
Very Itev. Stanislaus Wolclechewoskl. High
mass 10 a. m. Vespers 4 p. m.
Ursullne Convent Church Augusta St. Her
E. M llutrord rector. Low mass 0:00 a. m. Sun-
day school 0 u. m. Vespors4p. m.
Preo Mission IJriDtlsL Lavarra street- Fourth
Ward. Itev. J. w. Williams pastor services
every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayor meeting
every Tuesday and preaching at 8 p. m. on
New Light Freo Mission Baptist Laracca
street Fourth ward. Iter. J. Holmes pastor.
Sorvlces every Sunday at 8 and 8 p. in. Prayer
meeting every Friday preaching at 8 p. m. on
Wednesday and Saturday.
St. Paul Methodist cast Alameda street. Iter
J. It. Carncs pastor. Services every Sunday
and Wednesday and Friday nights.
African Methodist Church opposite Santa
Kosa Hospital Second Ward ltor. J. C. Emory
Macedonia Uaptlst Church Pocan street. Iter
L. U. Jordan pastor. Services every Sunday
at a and 8 o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at 0 a.
m. Services Thursday night and prayer meet-
ing Tuesday night.
The Cause of Failure
Want of confldonoa accounts for half of the
business failures of to-day. C. Schasao A.
Drclss and L. Orynskl druggists are not liable
affeoUous of tho Throat and Lungs.
Plies are frequently preceded by a sense of
wolght In tho back loins and lower part of the
abdomon causing tho patient to suppose he
has somo affection of the kidneys or neighbor-
ing organs. At times symptoms of Indigestion
are present as Utttulonoy uneasiness of the
stomach eto. A moisture Uko ponplratlon
producing a very dlsagroeal o Itching partic-
ularly at night after Rotting warm In bed. Is a
very common attendant illind Weeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to tho application of
Dr. llosanko's Pllo ltemedy which acts directly
upon the parts affected absorbing the Tumors
allaying the intense Itching and effecting a
permanent cure where all other remedlos hare
failed. PrtooM cents. Hold by 0. Bchasse A.
Ureiss and L. Orvnskt.
Mary Churchill the Missing St. Loulj Girl
Heard From-A Cyclone In
re-lamp Fxploslon In a Coal Mine-
spector Fniter's A flairs Tim Mlluan
Icre Millionaire's Opinion.
Raymond Man. October 27. Dan Mur-
fyion and William Stealer qustreled on Sun-
day night about the manner of shaking hands
and Skster plunged his knife to Mmfyson's
Chicago October 29 (Jencr.il Sheridan
leaves this evening for Washington to assume
command of Ihe army. General Sc. field tt
expected to arrive hete to-morrow to mume
the duties ol hl new position.
CiRK.r-Nsr.ORO N. C October 29. The
publication that 300 cliilJrrn have died re-
cently hereabouts from diphtheria Is nntiue
The practicing physicians know of only one
case of diphtheria within the past six months.
St. Louis October 29. General Edgatton
the poitoflice Intpector of this district who
recently Investigated Inspector Foster at
Austin Texas returned hete and says that
the published account relating to Foster has
been exaggerated. The frauds alleged to
have been committed by him cover only $800
Initetdof $8000 and hisoftenie If offense it
be consists In misinterpreting the law.
Deadwood Dakota October 29 Crow
Dog sentenced to death In January for the
murder of Ihe celebrated Sioux chief Spotted
Tall was granted permlvlon to visit Ihe town
unattended and made his escape. Ills case
is now before the United States Supreme court
on the appeal that having been tried by
Indian authorities according to the treaty he
was not amenable to a while man's law.
Chicago Ocloher 29. The newly ap-
pointed Roman Catholic Archbishop Rlordan
accompanied by a large number of clergy
and laymen left for his new post of duly In
San Francisco this afternoon. The prly oc-
cupied a special train over Ihe Chicago llur-
lington and ancy railroad. The laymen ac-
companying the Archbishop relurned to Ihe
city afier journeying as far as Mendola but
the other members ol the encotting party six
in number will remiln with him to the end
ol his journey.
MlLWAUKrr October 29. A Waupun
special says: S. J. Hudson of Uelvidere
who cime here recently with two children
In search ol his runaway wife found her mas-
querading In male attire under the name of
Frank Dubois. She was living with Gertrude
fuller having been married to her early last
spring by the Rev II L. Morrison at the
home of the bride's mother. The deception
had not been s upected but many thought
that Frank DubMj had many characteristics
of a woman. Under that name she had
solicited odd jobs of painting and was earning
enough to support them both.
Scranton Pa. October 29. An explosion
of fire-damp Is reported from the Pennsylvania
Coal company's shaft No. 7 three miles from
Titltton. Thirty men were in the mines.
Five are badly burned and one has died.
Thomas and James Gallagher brothers were
brought out dead burned almost to a crisp.
Six others were seriously burned and injured
three probably having inhaled the fire-damp.
The men were in the part of the mine where
the explosion occurred. The balance escaped
through being a mile away. The force of the
explosion blew down the braces and props
and tore the galleries apart lifting the men up
bodily and hurling some a distance of 20 or 30
San Francisco October 29. Two Chinese
cases to test the validity ol the Chinese gov-
ernment certificates were up to-day before
Judge Hoffmann of the United States District
court. He pronounced them exceedingly em-
barrassing. One of them was a Chinaman
who said that he was a cigar manufacturer.
The Judge said that Congress used Ihe word
"merchant" not "manufacturer" and that if
every t-ninaman who made cigars or peddled
matches was to be classified as a merchant the
restriction act would be practically a dead let-
ter. The second case was that ol a boy 17
years of age. The certificate set forth that
the bearer was going to manage Ihe business
in the interest ola mercantile firm. Was the
boy a laborer or a merchant? It was difficult
to decide so judgement was deferred.
Milwaukee October 28. Alexander Mit-
chell in an Interview to-night regarding the
possibility of his accepting the Secretaryship
of the Treasury in case of a Democratic Presi-
dent being elected In 1SS4 said that jie wanted
to see a change in the administration of the
Government and will do hit part toward as-
sitting the Democratic party Into power but
will not do so for an ofhee the Secretaryship
of the Treasury or any other lor he does not
want it. He said that he trusted that the
late banquet to him by the Milwaukee citi-
zens had no political tag attached and in
this belief he is supported by declarations of
20 or more of those who were Interested In ar-
ranging the demonstration. All unite how-
ever in the opinion that he ts the ablest finan-
cier of the Northwest perhaps of America.
New Orleans October 29. A Water-
proof special says: A cyclone passed over
Catahoula and Tensas parishes this morning.
The first place it struck was James Bowman's
plantation on Tensas river. Three houses
were blown down and tour negroes were
wounded. The next place was D. D. Mil-
ler's Highland plantation. One house was
lifted from Its foundation and carried half a
mile into the woods and a negro church was
turned half around. Tom Thomas colored
had an arm broken and his wife and another
woman and two children were hurt badly.
The cyclone then visited D. S'ark's Pecan
plantation. The barn and two bouses were
blown down. The next place was H.Moses
& Co.'s Helena plantation. The roof of Ihe
overseer's house was carried away eight
cabins were demolished three persons were
badly hurt and seven or eight slightly. Mrs.
Bowman's house in Catahoula parish was
blown down. She escaped but her three
children have not been found. Three houses
on W. C. Young's place three on Watson's
and three on Pcrmentor's place were demol-
ished. St. Louis October 29. News has been
received at last of the missing girl Mary
Churchill who disappeared so mysteriously
from her father's residence on one Sunday
evening in July last. Her father Calonel
James C. Churchill hat a letter from his
daughter dated the 25th instant and mailed
at Indianapolis on the 27th. He refuses to
make the contents public but hss furnished
the following card for publication : "To the
public After a suspense of three months I
am to-day In receipt of a letter from ray
daughter Mary Churchill mailed from a dis-
tant city. As all the papers all over the coun-
try have accorded me every facility within
their power and In many cases at great ex-
pense in my search notwithstanding the In
structions Imposed by my daughter to with-
hold from publication the contents of this
letter a sense of duty which I owe to my
friends Impels me to give Its purport which I
herewith attach at follows t 'October 25
My father I write to let you know I am alive
and well. I am not on Ihe stage as you sup-
posed nor have I eloped. Oh I how could
you think so when I cared so little for gentle-
men's society. I am earning my own living
honestly. T esch my Utile sisters and darling
little brnlher to think kindly of their sister.'
Colonel Churchill expresses the utmoit confi-
dence in authenticiiy of the letter and both he
and his wife Identify her handwriting perfectly.
There hat been no information as to their
daughter's whereabouts but both feel confi-
dent Ihey will hear from her stain soon and
that she will return home shortly.
The Defaulter Caught.
C. i:. Cole the defautling postmaster of
San Angela who has been Indicted for em-
bezzling postoflice moneys and who then
skipped has been recaptured and Is on his
way to the llcxir county jail for safe custody-
l oot Hall i ClutT
Ihe latest craze game for San Antonio is
foot ball a la Rugby. A local club is being
organized and a meeting will shortly be held
to perfect Ihe organization. Then practice
will commence forthwith and Ihe local club
will want to match the world.
lilnguitlug llf lui lor.
About 13 o'clock night before last the in-
habitants of San Pedro avenue were awaken-
ed by the ribold jokes and loud laughter of a
number of colored women on one of the. street
cars. Some ol the language was revolting In
the extreme and one gentleman told a Lir.iiT
man lhathadhe not been In bed he would have
come down on the car and reported the mat-
ter at headquarters.
Thosa Ambitious fellah.
Tlit Sunset base ball club are ambitious.
Having done so well here they are anxious to
seek fresh fields for conquest They are
therefore going tn Austin to play a match
game with the Red Stockings and they ap-
pear to be confident of victory. Time wil'
show how far that confidence Is justified.
The Sunsets are prepared to play any locat
club for $25 to $500 and the championship of
the city. They challenge all the city clubs
and claim the championship until II is wrested
from them by honorable victory.
We Are Closing Out
100 dozen children's shoes at 2.1. K and 5 cents
a pair. O. II. Frank's Alamo store. 10-3-Uf
The Best In the Worm
ikrj ftichr..1 SreecliLoading Singls Gut)
GUNS PISTOLS CUTLERY
ANII l'lSIIINfl tacki.i:.
Agent for Lcfever IIammerlcsiGun. No. 210
Commerce street San Antonio Texas. Send
for prlco list. 10-20 Dm
JOHN H. C OPEL AND
Atloruey nuil Counsellor at Liuv
nml Notary Public.
Olllco: No. 230 West Commerco street up
stairs. Practices In all tho courts. lfl-Su-ly
JAMKHTs CMItKi: 1'roprieto
lloorne us a hoalth rrsort. is miciua)lcil In
this Btatuor country ejiwclfilly for jmlinniMry
will klndrtM. complaints. Tho abote bote! U
now ojMn to vucnts for tho fall anil winter sea-
son ami thoso favoring It with their patroniuro
mi nnu overyinintr as conducive lomeir com
j IIOTKh Is directly opposfto tho stno offleu ami
wiun n iwo miDuica wmn 01 or idu post nnu
telegraph olllocs. Mall and H ret-class stnjro
dally. tttagesvrlH call for and deliver pus di-
ffers and bHffiraffo at this hotel. lO-iVtlm
A. W. D1LLA.1U)
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
No. 12 Solctlnil Street
Itoom 5 Pan Antonio Tolas. Will practice In
all tho courts of Texas. 10-10- tf
Hotel property In Ilocrnc Texas situated on
tho Publlo Bqunro and tho bank of Clbolo
Creek. Tho houso has 20 rooms 0P0 feet of
promenado gallery two-story has 2 seres of
ground with an orchard of select fruit trees;
also a lino garden. lias two wells and a clitorn
with force pumps und Irrigating- machinery.
Plenty of stable room and Is tho stage stand
for all tho different stage lines. Has a largo
patronage and can be bought at a bargain.
For Information and particulars apply to
10-lUt r T. II. JOHNSON this oUco.
N. S. BTJRNHAM M. D.
272 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
All diseases of Eye and Bar treated In
most approved manner with the latost appli-
ances. Crookod eyes straightened artificial
Inserted ta movo naturally eta. eto.
ML HI O O !
Persons desiring Information about Mexico
had better purchase "The Republic of Mexico
In 1882" with revised and corrected map by
Lorenzo Cast ro. Depot at NIo Tongg's Com-
merce strict San Antonio. Price per copy
with map $S CO. 7-25-tf
CHARLES H. NASH
Commission Merchant !
Successor to Oothout & Nash vest sldo Mili-
tary plaza. Ban Antonio bolo agent foi
Cooper's Hheep Dipping Powder. Consign
mnts and correspondence solicited. 9-&4y
Comiurrro St. Xenr Rridr. '
Mm rcct-lvctl tho lartrest tovk of HnvlUb i
French and Uennan Roods over brought to this j
cltr. All style and colors. Only flrst-clBM
tailor employed. Suits made up In tho latest i
style at tho lowest poMlhle prices and a Kr-
feet fit guaranteed
HDWAUD J (JALLAGHKU
Mason & Builder
831 110USTOX STRKCT.
1 ratters' National Bank
SOS Cmnmerce Street
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Transacts a general banking business.
tV-Agents tor PATBNT TIN ItOOKINO
l'l.ATRS mado by tlio National dhcet -Metal
ItooOng Company Boo samples at nuroDlco.
SAM C. BENNETT
Wholesale and IIcUII Dea'cr In
VIHK WISK8 LIQUORS
Cigars and Tobacco.
SAN ANTONIO TKXAS.
I hnvo known and watched tho uso of Swift's
Spccltlo for over fifty years and havo never
known or heard of a falluro to euro Ulood
Poison whon properly takn. In all my life I
havo never known n remedy that would so
fully accomplish what It Is recommended to do.
II. I. I)BNNAltUPcrryOa.
Wo have fold Swiff. Specific (S. R. S.) with
moiit QstniilNhlng results. One gentleman who
uhciI half a doren bottles says that It boa done
him mnro good thnn treatment which cost him
tl.uU Another who has used it for a Scrofulous
oncctlon reports a permanent euro rrnm its uso.
Will be paid tn any Chemist who will find on
analysisof lOObnttlesof S. 8. S.. 0110 particle
of Mercury lodldo Potamlum.orany mineral
snlntiinco. TIIK SW1 FT SPHCI K1C CO.
Drawers Atlanta (la.
Tlo.12 Yturhi St.
U N. WaLTHAL. brtak oallaoiiah.
WALTHALL & CALLAtiHAN
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW
San Antonio Texas.
OOlmt Dwyer building southeast corn.
Can bo found nearly opposito the courthouso.
Will buy or sell stock will asseas and pay
taxes on land for non-residents will attend to
tho rodomptlon of lands sold to tbo State or to
Individuals will giro special attention to all
applications for changes of roads tn liexar
county and will truco and furnish Information
about lost and forfeited lands In Western
Texas. Where no service Is tendered no charvo
will bo made. Correspondence solicited. Would
refer to lawyers land amenta and old citizens
of Ban Antonln. tM-ly
MCKNIV & SIIKLTOIV
OfHcp Corner Houston & Accqqla Street
Sim Antonio Texas "-m
T. J. Devini. w 8. Smith
DEVINE & SMITH
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
OrHco Itooms 7 and 8 Devtno Ilulldlng
Soledad street. Will attend to all business
the Btato and Federal Courts.
BKNI YOUIt DAOUIITintS TO
ronTHE rorxorfiKQ nusosa :
Staple and Fancy Groceries
fortable bulldlnirs. 6. Tho boarding circle a
community household. 0. The best advan-
tages attho lowest prices. 7. All the depart-
ment of a f emalo college well sustained. Tbo
next aeeslon opens September 10 18SJ. For cat-
It. O. ItotjNSiVAU A. M Pros' t.
No. 23 Solcdad Street Opppaito Court House
rian Antonio Texas.
Kreiis on hand a fine stock ttf Watchoa
Clocks apd Jewrlrr. a wcll-aelpetod stock nf
Spectacles: also llrailllan Pebbles Mot In Hold
licpainngor uno vtatenrs
sad Dalr la
Ill vli Mil " nil sad.r rllLa ioun.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silvor and Fluted Ware
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges rea
sonable. Wo tako pleasure In showing our
roods and purchasers aro lnvltod to rati. Sat-
isfaction warranted. 13-4-ly
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. 18 Commiici STKirr.
mty tl San Antonio Tax as.
S. S T E
2-18 Coiumcrco Street
San Antonio. Special attention given to
LIVE STOCK EXCHA1IGE
And General Commission Dealer.
Hail Antonio Texas.
F. Uhode & ('. II. Hcncko
Manufacturers of all kinds of DAItHELS
CYPRESS CISTERNS A SPECIAI.TT.
frompt attention to orders. Address Ilox SO'
Tailor 1 Ijly
Mi KlookenkemperA Wh
' anu puver frames
JEWELER AND OPT C AN.
1 .iJffl-tx I
3 VTT. T7P"Ag-.
Time Card In Effect July 22.
IravoSan Antonio bound North at 7i5 a.
m. 12:13p.m. Arrive 3iHt p. tn. and (p.m.
taavo for Laredo 9 p. m. arrive from Laredo
Train Icavlnsr San Antonln TiM a. m. has
PULLMAN HOTEL CAIt
tlirouith to St. Louis without chsnac. Train
leavlmr San Antonio at KM p. in. has Pullman
I'alaco Bleeping" ear tn St. Louis.
Two express trains dally between
San Antonio St. Louis and
Close ciinnectlous at Little Hock for tho
Southeast and In tho Union depot St Ixiuls
with all ciprvM trains.
For tickets rate tlmo cards or an)' Infor-
mation aepljr to
J. S. LANDltV Ticket Clerk.
12 Commerco street San Antonio Toz
II. 1'. UUnilRS rasscniror Atrent
II. W. McCULLOUOIl A. O. I'. A..
II. C.TOWN8END.O. P. A
Bt Louis Mo.
II. M. HOXir Third Vice-President
St Louis Mo.
(aooi.D a co.'s.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
November 8 1883.
Number for Number-Prlzo Tor Prlzo
With S additional prizes.
Only 23000 Tickets. 933 Frizes.
1 Capital 1'rlio I V.OIO
1 " " l.HK)
:t rrliea. JKil each 1JU
n an UD)
sj " w " l.MU
ft.1l " 10 " 0510
0 Approximations to Ilrst prlio JlPO
U A pproxlmatlons.to second prlzo IT)
S Approximations to third prize t-VJ
TOT Prizes as above Io1tik tho full num.
bcr In tho Itnyal Havana and
210 Additional Prlzea of J each to tho
K) tlckcta bavins' as endlnir num-
bers tbo two terminal units of tho
number drawing tho Capital Prlzo
of to.OOO 1.1S0
lOl Prlzos amounting- In V. S. gold to. $ SsOlO
Tickets. B3.00 - . Halves Bl.OO.
Tho lloynl Havana oiTlclal list decides overr
prlzo. Subject tu no manipulation not con-
trolled by tho parties in interest honcstlr
manairml. It Is tbo fairest aquarest and best
tlilnir that could bo conceived.
Sco that the namo OOULU CO. Is on tho
tlckot. Nono others aro irenutno.
ALLntlZCa PAID ON PltESENTATION.
For Information and particulars address or
1215 llroodwajr.Now York Cltr.
ta East Itandolnh KtrcolfChlearn 111
Or W YV. WALLING
No. 3 West Commerco Street and
No. 8 Alamo Plaza. San Antonln.
v. am jonr.a t. It. n Ei'RTia oscaii iixiinaTiiou.
(SucccFsora to l'bll Del.)
.P: S.TX JONES & Oo.
Iturial ctisofl nnd cuakota of cverr dpnerin-
tlon. (HTloo Ilium street nppottto Men ire r
liotel. Trlpphono 180 Amy or nlrht. Uniler-
takcr's ()Ilco ntlS lit Houston St. 9-21-If
C Spring Cart Co.
The only tblnir on two wheels that riJrs a
csjj as a caniac. Goods tnado of tbo best
material and warranted. AVclffht
from W lo luO pounds.
Ask your merchant to get prices for you.
(Soring Cart Co.
riiolcsalo Manufacturers of
I IMAMDUINO HOWAIID. (trotter) tee No.
11. J. Trcocy's catalogue. Lcxlnaton Kr. lie
Is a blooded bay 14 hands high weighs 1SU0
pounds. Berrlce tli.
KNIonT OP BT. LOUIS (thoroughbred)
airedbyUlendowcr.damby Kpsllon soo Ilruco's
Ame.ioan Stud Hook volume 8 pniro SS3. Ho
laadarkchestnutsorrel. Bervkv J.
DICK (Kentucky Jack) 15 hands high welghi
600 pounds. Will coYor niares or jennets.
Bbort-horn thoroughbred cattle. Rod Hulls
by twenty-eighth London Uuhe Lexington
Ky. Services. lo
Bpnnc season February 1. Terms cosh. Ser-
vices paid when marcs taken away and If not
with ioal have the privilege to return tho ne.it
season freo of charge. Stock delivered at Al-
fred Heaves' Main Plaza will be taken and
brought back without coat.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 182, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 30, 1883, newspaper, October 30, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162696/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .