The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
IIAILHOAD TIME TAULK.
International ami Great Nortlie
Express 7:4 a.m. s.-fn p. to.
KlircM 12:1.1 P.m. SSH p. In
Wctern Extension I MWp. m. I T:lfV b. m.
IlarrlsburE antl San Antonio.
Westward To and
7:1.1 a. m
4:15 p. in.
rKW a. m.
S.tO a. m.
JOB 11031 hardware anil house furnishing
goods remnvel to 401 Commerce street.
Lowest prices guaranteed l-lul m
PACIFIC IIOTRL 13M Vct Commcrco
street San Antonio. Nlco rooms and gond
fare. Uiord por duy Jl; per week 0. r. II.
I'ettt Proprietor. 1 10-2m
INIOHTB PVTHIAS Elk Lodge No. 35
IV mcetsovcry Thursday at p. in. Castle
Fi Fireman's Hall. Visiting brethren welcome
Caiuierco St Xear Rri.gr.
Has received the largest stock of English.
French and Gorman Roods ever brought to this
citT. AU styles and colors. Only first-class
tailors employed. Suits mAdo up In tlio latc6t
style at the lowest possible prices and a per-
fect tit guarantt ed.
Main Plat. San Antonio. Texas.
Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirielors.
To Whom It May Concern.
Daily Hack Line
From San Antonio to riorrsiille
Leaves Pan Antonio daily nt 6 a- m. Sundays
excepted. Olllenat Central hotel. I N. linker
agent. rMStlJ A. O. FICKnTT l'rop.
A. W. U1LLA11D
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
No. 12 Solodntl Street
Room 6 San Antonio Tolas. Will practice In
all tho courts ot Texas. 10-19-tl
The Sari Story of AuguMus.
Augustus had a New Voar's card
Itevel-edged and gaudy.
And everywhere August went
He swapped It ott for toddy.
Augustus gave the cards arouud
Until be usod the stock up.
And wokoa sadder wiser man.
Next morning In the lock. up.
- (St. Joseph (Mo.) Oaten.
The Day After
From the French of Dufrtsncy
I'hflla much more wlso than fond.
Thinking no gsln comes a mlr-a
Ono day extt ts from l'hfllmonde
Thirty sheep for Just one kins.
Forthu kiss the llckle
Ulvcs for nothing toArbelle.
Female Freaks and Fancies.
Women talk (or the sake of telling what
the know; men talk to draw out what others
A woman who has plenty of her own hair
doesn't have to become a switch-tender-
Whea a woman becomes (lurried she feels
for a fan; when a man becomes flurried he
feels for a cigar.
Women jump at conclusions and generally
hit if; men reason things out logically and gea-
erally mill it.
A woman never ices a baby without want-
ing to run to il; a man never sees a baby wilh
out wanting to run from it.
The Empress of Austria has taken to writing
poetry and has starling a printing office in
the Imperial palace to print it.
Loaiiville girls are pretty enough to be mis-
taken for lloitonlans. Iloston Post. Jusl
A young lady of Hartford stands high and
dry above her sex haviag during her lile
caught 29 mice with her hands.
When Minnie Maddern did not arrive at
the New Orleaas Academy of Music last Sun-
day night the manager was Maddern the star.
A woman in Lowell Massachusetts re-
futed to pay her poll tax but when she was
arrested caved ia and paid the tax cost and
all which aggregated 90 cents.
Lizzie Fonda and Laura Watson ol New
York agreed to go on the streets and math
every plug bat they saw. Alter they had
caved in four or five the police took them in
A Bay State girl fjightened her lover en-
tirely out of his matrimonial notions by
working and presenting him with the motto:
"I Need Thee Every Hour." He says he
would be perfectly willing to give her the
greater portion of his time but that his health
demanded an hour or two out of doors every
day for exercise.
A Vermont woman living in the country
says of lady help : " In the conne ol the last
two years and a quarter I have only been able
to secure a regular servant during 41 weeks
or something more than one-third of the time.
Nor has one person filled the time mentioned
but It has been divided between tlx or seven
persons ranging In age from a 'little girl' of
13 to grown women who were fully com
petent nau tny cnosen to be steady."
Tall End of the Alphabet.
From the rhiladolpkia Call.
When we consider the Vanderbilts. Villards
and Ytnsgss it would seem as though the tail
end 01 the alphabet is to do the wagging.
Directory of the Churches
Rrrvlfwi urn hfll nt Ihn fnllnwintr nmod
ihurchcs In thiacltr every Sunday.
P rot or t ant Enlsconal St. Mark Cathedral.
oast stdpof Travis square H.irht Kev. It. W. II.
r.iiiotT. uiennp 01 inuniocesoni western ioxa;
Very Itev. Walter K. UlclmrJeoii IJcan. Morn-
loir neriieefi at 11 o'clock: etenlnir spi-vIco At B
o'clock; Friday servlco at Sp. m.; Sunday school
Cumberland rrrBbvterlan Church.Soledad St.
Hov. W It. Preston PAStur. Bervlres every
Sunday mornlnjr and evening:. Sunday school
every Sunday at 9:0 a. id. Prayer-uieetlnjr
8t John's Chape) dlvlno service at IS o'clock
m. and Sunday school at 4 n. in. St. Luke's
Jhapcl Sunday school at D a. in.
Paine Methodist- Knlccorial Church South.
Routhwent corner Travis and Navarro Streets.
Itur. M I) K'vno!da Pas'or. Services at 11 a.
m. ana t.-m p. m. Bunuajr school vsm a. rn.
Tenth Street Church near Sunset denot. Sun
day school at 0 a ui
. in. and 7:30 p.m. Kcv. V. S. Falklnburjc
a? tor. BabDHib school atu 00 p. m. col. K. M.
looro. sutiertntendent. Pravcr and nraitva
racot'nflr Wednesday at 7:00 p. m.
German M. n. Church Ebon Kzer German M
R. church. VUllta street. Itev. Q. Doadall. nas-
tor. ScrvlcAon Sunday at 10:00 a. m. and 8 p.
Wodnosnrv evenlntr services a 7 o clock.
Sunday school at 0 a. ni.
Firnt Presbvterlan Church corner Houitnn
and North Flores strrcts. Itev. J.W. Nell pas-
tor Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. bun-
day Bchool at 9 a. m.
llev. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In German in
ia First Presbvterlan Church overv Sundav
evcnliiff at 4 o'clock itesldenco No. 46J North
Royal Havana Lottery.
January 17 1884.
Kaaber for Nnmber--Prl for Prize
With 230 additional prises.
Only 23000 Tickets. 933 Frizes.
1 Capital Prlw t
1 " .!'.!"!!!!!!!!.!!!!'.!!!.
3 Prises tlOO each
a au) "
to " 10 "
Approximations to first prize f 100
9 Approximations to second prize
2 Approximations to third prlzoSW
XX) Additional 1'rUea of 5 each to the
sj tickets having as ending num-
ber the two terminal units of the
Dumber drawing; the Capital Prize
KB Prizes amounting la U. 8. gold to.. 125010
Ticket. 3.0O. Ualves 81.00
The Itoyal Havana official list decides every
Subject to no manipulation not
I br the nartics in interest horj
manazed.lt Is the fairest squarest and boat
manazed.lt Is the fairest sou
thine that could be concelvod.
ALL PHIZES PAID ON PRESENTATION
BIS Iiroadway New York City.
09 East Uandoinn Utroet Chicago IlU
Or TV. W. WALLINO
Ala. I Wawt Oommeroe Street and
Hav. I Alamo Plan tea Antonio.
A Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat. With
a few References of Remarkable Cures. By Dr.
N. S. Burnham.
Pan Antonio lone felt tho need of a skl'IM! specialist in treating eMseases of the Eye Eur and
Throat. Tho Inhabitants of all this linmcnao State when requiring the scrvloos of such skill
wcrocompellod to makolong Journeys to distant cities at groat cxpenso such as Kansas City
St Louis and Chicago and still further nasi la order to obtain relief for dlscaws arlllctlng
theao organs and parts.
Many of tho citizens of this Stat' who went to Kansas City for the aencBt of an oculists
skill made the acquaintance of tho Oculist Aurltt and Laryngist.
3Dr. 1ST. S. Burnliam
who had ohargopf the Kansas City Mi.Eyo P.iraml Throat Infirmary. They one and all
united in urging him to como to this pomt In Texas. Fimilly falling health caui.l by the
coldcllmate oom'lled achange and so San Antonio gained n specialist who was known by
some of her own citizens and many1 In the State to peaces the rcqulslto skill In all of Its
dclleate and varied operntlons and treatment and since locating here the greatest success has
crowned his efforts and ho has won tho enduring gratitude of hundreds wboia he has treated
from all parts of tho 8UU. A few of them arc given below as refcr.BM.
A few rvmarks In rcjard to thbdtsoasemay not bo nutof place here m It Is so common.
Nearly all have the trouble at some tlmo In the acutforra and call It a cold. Sometimes they
are aware they hardly get over one cold until they have another. Tho cold or more properly
speaking the catarrh then become cub-acute. Uy neglect this runs Into a rhroolo form.
Sometimes Itislocated in tho nose; sometimes the throat orbolb. Sooner or later It affects
tho ears causing frequent ringing or roarlnr In tho cars or other noises. Sometimes violent
lnflamation. causing excruciating pain and tho acutonoM of hearing la lessened In a
greater or less degree. Very often too It extends up through a little duct from tho nose to
oneor tho other and oven bothcyes causing several different form of diseases of the eve.
Nearly alt aro familiar with catarrh In the form of bronchitis.
Catarrh In all Its forma and nearly all lu staves can bo cured llut peoplo neglect It and so
do physicians. They neither prepare themselves with tho Instruments or knowledge sufficient
or necessary to treat this troublesomo disease as a rule and thus peoplo themselves do not
apprehend the danger they aro In when they consult a physician and he tell them "Ol Its
nothing but a cold" and yet that socallcd cold In a vast number of caws is the first start of
deafness blindness loss of smoll low of vole of Laryngitis flronchltis and Consumption.
Any or several of these may follow and be caused by a aegleotcd cold. Below are a few na
which I have permission to use who have been treated by mo with bonoQt for Catarrh la some
of Its forms since I havo been located hero t
J F. Hoblnson Catarrh In tbiW Han Antonio; T. II. Johnson Catarrh in throat Manager
San Antonio Ijqut; F. Kuhn Catarrh of tho head. Denver Colorado; Miss Mary Frascr
Catarrh of tho throat and ears Nova Scotia; Frank Newton Catarrh of tho throat and eyes
San Antonio; Miss I2.Loundsbury Catarrh of the throat and head San Antonio.
Scores more might bo added to this list that I havo cured sinco located In this city but I will
only mention one more as a remarkable Instanoo of how much good can be done that class of
Incurable so-called ConnuinptUcs. G. W. rye of Loon Springs bad Catarrh for some years
in the head and throat fluatly the lungs became affected and ho had several hecmorrbages and
had a very bad cough became much emaciated and a confirmed Invalid and was pronounced
by his physician in the last and Incurable stage of consumption. He camo to mo for treatment
last winter nearly a year ago. Ho common cod to gain llesh and went to work In tho spring)
and I saw no more of him until a few days ago when ho camo la bragging how well he wa
and weighed thirty pounds la ore than he ever did.
A few words now in regard to the car may not be uninteresting to some especially thoao
who are sufferers from varied and numerous forms of disease. Very few people need urging
to consult an Aurtst when they have a discharge of mattor from It especially If accompanied
by a foul smell yet some will and that too strangoas It may sound In this day of enllght'
ment by advice of physicians but surely It is never dono by one who understands diseases of
It Is a lamcntablo fact that some of tho olJor physicians (without any special knowledgo on
(his point) hare a prejudice against tho stoppage of purulent discharges from the car but this
Is based upon the erroneous teachings of old French wrltors Du Vcrney and Itard. D. II. St
John lloosa M.D. LL. D. Professor of Diseases of Eyo and Eir In tho University of Nct
York CltyjSurgoon of Manhattan Eyo and Ear Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of llrojklyn Eye
and Ear Hospital etc. and who Is considered the very bost authority on tho sbbjoct says In his
last work: "There Is no pathological oxperience on record which can sustain tho assertion
that it is dangerous to (top a dlscharso from tho ear." Lot anyone acquainted with anatomy.
consider this fact that there Is perhaps no part of the human body which has moro Important
anatomical relations. The cavity of tho tymptnaum II oovorol over by a thin bony plate
which is in direct communication with tho corebnl meninges; tbo flier Is closo to the great
Jutlar Its Internal wall Is tho labyrinth wall covered only by vory thin membrane and open
ing Into tho branches of tho aoouitlo n.rvo whllo on tho outaldo wo havo a thin membrane
about as thick as papor. It Is easy to sea thit a oontlnuousdsstruotl n ot theso parts by sup-
puration unless cured in this part would eooncror later (which It always does) lead to serious
troubles In the brain and sometimes In the luugs or heart. I And a large percentage of tho
cases baring a "running car;' have also a cough and when tho ear la cured the cough Is also
cured Instead of being worso.
Then there Is another cla as of cases that sometimes consult the doctor they complain nf
rlnsjlngorroariogorothernolscsln thecar. Ho tells them they hare cold and a dose of
quinine perhaps Is given this may be relloved for a time but sooner or later returns but tbo
sufferer had his fears allayed by recovering partially from tho nrst attack and so does not feel
any anxiety this time and tries tin old remedy ngaln It falls and so docs oicrytbtng clso tbey
try and their friends don t sympathize as there Is no externM ovldencoof the t jfferlng cauicd
by this condition but this at least causes them to hunt up an Au rlst who examines tho ear
and he finds the car perhaps so far gone that It is Impoixlbl to rcstoro Its full hearing pjwers
andhomust have great skill Indeed tostop thooourso of the dlseaso and keen the hearing
from being lost entirely so far do those oises run before tho pe ople consult competent skill.
If peoplo would go to tho Aurlst every tlmo anything was the matter with their cars and
not wait to consult physicians and otho rs they would suffer far less and preserve their hearing
much bettor as nairy all th9 diseases of this orxxn aru curablo. esp eclally In tko first stages.
Space will only allow a few names for refcrcme who havo locn cured of ear diseases here by
me. Scores moro m Igbt be added :
A. A. Dresebcr San Antonio; IV. Dcltart Doerne; James Davis San Antonio: Ooorge son of
W C. Dsugberty Sheriff Frio County Pearsall Texas; V. W Borry Esq. San Antonio Texas;
J. II. Murphy San Antonio; E.T. Allen. Pearsall Texas: J. II. Jones Saa Antonio; Major T T
Tocl. Buu Antonio; J O. Diermeyor. San Aatonto.
H. KLOCKEU KEMPER
No. a Solcdad 8t
llosack & Newton
; REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Auctioneers CommlMon Merchant and Gen
tlT Havo large store rooms for Conslgn-
nentsat II Solcdad street opposite court house.
tsito Court House
and Silver WamVa. Itepalrlng of line Watches
a "penally. --aiu
Aid .Dealer in Watches
ElfCall and eiamlne my stock and prices be-
fore buying elsewhere. All goods will bo sold
under written guarantee. E. HEiiTznciin.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. it Commerce Street
Time Card In Effect Jo.1t 32.
lave San Antonio bound North at T:43
m 12:15 p. in. Arrive 3.11 p. m. and op. m
Lmv. for Laredo V p. in. arrive from Laredo
Train leaving San Antonio 7:t&.a. na. ha
PULLMAN HOTEL CAR
through to St. Louis without change. Train
leaving Pan Antonio at 12:111 p. m. baa Pullman
Palace Sleeping car to St. Louis.
Two ez press trains dally between
San Antonio St. Louis and
Clese connections at Little Ilock for Ik.
Southeast and In the Union depot St. Louis.
with all express trains.
For tickets rate time cards or any Infor
mation apply to
J. 8. LANDUT. Ticket Clerk
11 Commerce street San Antonio Tex.
II. P. IIUOUKS Passenger Agent
B. W. McCULLOTJOII A.O.P. A
II.CTOWNSEND0. P. A
8U Louis Ma
II. M. 1I0X1E Third Vice-President
llenvkk Buy Oj'sters.
I am Prtrtarod to furnish tn hotel krenera.
restaurant proprietors and wholesale dealer
tho cvleliraU'd llerwtek bay oysters and fresh
llulf rlh. Packed on Ice to any town U
Western Texas C. O. D. Itcspectfully
-m San Antonio Texaa.
1 Helotes Ranche
STAND AIIO STALLIONS.
MAMIlltlNO IltlWAItD.ttrotter) see No.
;!. J. Trvacy's catalogue. Lellna-ton. Rr. IT.
Is a blooded bay IA hands high weighs la
Silver and Plated Waro
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Char pes rea-
KNIOIIT OK BT. IflUlB (thoroughbred)
lreMy (llendower.dam by ttpallon.see Itruco'a
Aim teun riuu tiuoa f oiume s pafreuu. US)
Is a dark chestnutsorrel Service
DICK (Kentucky Jack 15 hands high welt
U) pounds Will cover mart or k-nneta.
Short-horn thoroughbred cattle Kod nulls.
y. rkrvlccs 10.
Bonn it season. Fehmarv K TprmMih. Rr.
vices iald when msres timn iwit. mnrl if nnt
with foal have the prlvl'tge ui return the next
teason free of chanre. 8t4a H(llvnrrii AU
fred Heaves' Main Tlaza will be taken an.
brought back without cunt.
Madison square Presbyterian Churoh. Rev
T 11. liuelmnan. mutt nr. Sorvieea everv Kab-
bath at theo .apelat II o'clock a. m. and 7W p.
First Hunt fat church southeast corner of Jef
ferson and Travis streets. Itev. W. H. Dodson
ii.lJ. pastor. Kesidenco Ho. in Jefferson street.
Preach I nor everv Kabuath nt 1 1 a. m. and 7 d. in.
Sabbath school ?JU a m. K. C. Kvorott super-tendent.
Christian Chnreh corner Houston and St. Ma-
's streets; KldorD Pennington Pastor. Bor-
Icea every Bun Jay at 11 a. m.andS. p.m.
Lutheran St. John's Church cornerof Nueva
and Pecan streets. Iter. A. Wleder pastor
Services at 10 a. m.
Roman Catholic. Cathedral of Ban Fernando
betweon Main and Military plazas. Very itev J.
G.Narer Uishnp. ltov. L. Oenulln priest. Low
at 7 a.
4 D. m.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers
Iter. William Meier
Piistnr. Services at Tenth street Methodist
Church bunduy school at 2 p. m.
St. Mary's Church corner St. Mary's and Col-
lego s reels. Very llev.T. J Johnson pastor.
Low moss 7 a. m. High uoas 10a. m. Vespers
6 p. in.
St. Joseph's (German) Church east side Ala-
meda street between Alamo and llonhatn sts.
Very Itev H. Pellerkorn. Ixiw moss 7 a. m.
High mass 10a. ra. Vespers SJO p. m.
St. Michel's (Polish) Church west side Victo-
ria street between Second and Third streets.
Very Iter. Stanislaus W.lciechowoskl. High
mass 10 a. m. Vespers 4 p.m.
Uraullna Convent Cburcb Augusta St. Ker.
B. M. Ilufford rector. Low mass 0:30 a. u Sun-
day school 0 a. ui. Vespers 4 p. m.
Now Light Free Mission Dsntlst Lftyscca
street Fourth ward Itev. J Holmes pastor.
Services every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting every Friday preaching at 8 p. ru on
u uuueouay auu oaiuruay
St. Paul Metbodlat caat Alameda street. Iter
Ja H. Uarncs pastor Services every Sunday
and Wednesday and Friday night..
African Mothodlat Church opposite Santa
Itoeit Hospital Second Ward. Iter. J.C. Emory
Macedonia Baptist Church Pecan street. Rot
L. 0. Jordan pastor. Services every Sunday
at 3 and 8 o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at t a.
m. Service. Thursday night and P rarer mwt.
Ins Truadajr Blast.
The diseases of the eye aro very numerous nearly M0 In number clearly defined and recog-
nlzod by the oculist all requiring different treatment In order to cure them and rcstoro good
vision. Tot nothing shows the folly of going to tho general phrslolan for treatment of this
organ than the fact thst he has only sufficiently studlod this complicated organ sufficiently
to rccognlzo from threo to a dozen. It Is in this and the careful application of properly selected
remedies to tho and the different affoctlona of tho oyo that tho superiority and the success of
the Oculist consist.
Nearly all the diseases of the eyo are curable even tn the sovcro forms If clearly understood
and properly trcatod and attended to In tne earlier stages before It has bad tlmo to destroy or
injure permanently the vision nut thoso cases that show blemishes and defects of vision and
blindness so frequently are oases In whloh thoro has been delay in seeking an Oculist and
valuable time waswastod by trying some domostlo remedies or what is nearly aa bad trying
the ordinary physician.
I do not mean by my remarks above to oondemn or criticise the general practitioner for
treating Catarrh or diseases ot tho Eye or Bar that occur In his practlco . U Is hi. duty to giro
relief toall who aro suffering In any andevery way possible and no doubt all do the best they
can. nut tney will all honestly confess that they have not the means in the shape of selected
remedies Instruments nor tho tlmo to acquire the skill and practice to do Justice to these
What I do want everybody to understand Is that I here aro a class of specially Instructed and
experienced doctors men who have devoted money time and study to tbese particular parts
of tbo human hody In order to acquire Ike greatest amount of skill la treating Its aCectlons
and diseases; and people who are suffering with any disease In these organs will as far as
poralule lecover the beat and fullest use of these organs who seek the specialist the earliest;
and the physician will deal honestly with his patrons who gives tbem such advice
I see In this country many cases ot Strabismus ("crooked eyes" tber are aenerallr termed).
which Is a defect In appearance uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly every one of them
cues can bo completely cured and some of them without any operation. Children should
never start to r-cuooi witnout having this remedied.
Byeuas mat turn out snowing tno inaiuo. or those that turn In
all be ncrfectlv cured. Artificial eves nn hn iiim! and wnrn wl
perfectly natural. 1 have a largo stock of them always on hand
A f ow names are glv.n bslow for reference that have been cured by me here. Many more
uiikui uc given it iioceaMry out mete nave oeen seieciea because eacn one represents
different and vet most common form nf diarasA nf ihn .. r
D. II. Ureedlnr San Antonio Ulepharltla Clllarls: Major T. T. Teel 8an Antonio. Pterygium;
H.C.lladstate San Antonio Granular Lids and Keratitis; Frank Newton -an Antonio
Stricture Lachrymal DucU; L. II lAiQbert. (Daughter). San An onto. Illennorrhoealo ConJuno-
tlrltls; Anton Halamuda.Sau Antonio. Aeuto Conjunctivitis; J. W. Casey (Daughter) ran
Antonio Iritis; llachel Ureslin Han Antonio Choroiditis Serosa; W. A.CarnahaiiHan Antonio
Iridocyclitis; It. J. Vlnosnt Cotulla. Ulcer on Cornea; W II. Ilrown Leeavllle. Granular 1.1.1s
Included In the reference given Is tho name of W. J. nogge from Eagle Pass. He had been
blind for years and the operation was so suecesaf ul and gave him such good vision that a phy-
aiclan. Who had nraollCC.ln New York C.ltv tnr vi... ..11 whttn hHM.Iti r. rfnv. ntrn thnt
It was better than any he had oversaw before. This patient was sent to me by the courtesy ut
Dr. II A. Kierppen.of Pledras Nerrss Mexico who was also klud enough to assist ;ln the
urniaiiuu auu lu num. .aiunuio .111 apart Ol IUO SUCWSS IS UUe.
For further Information address
N. S. Burnham M. D.
Oculist Aurist and Laryngist"
272 Comment Strtet. San Antonio. Ttxas.
Alex. Sartor Boerne Hotel
Watchmaker antl Jewele
No. 18 Comuiick STxtrr.
mar tf San Antonio Tkxas.
2-18 Commcrco. Street
HOMING KRNnAL1.cn. TEX.
JAM1MT. CL RKR Proprietor
rtocne. aa a henllh reanrt. I. inni.M4 1
this Siateor ci'untry. especially for pulmonary
and kindred cmnplmnta. The above hotel Is
r open to irucsis lor the lalland winter sea-
. and those fatnrlnir 11 with lhftlrn.lrnn.vM
will llnd ever thing as conducive to their oum-
fort as can be lound In Wi all rn Teaaa. Urr
a dspactn.s rooms with southerly exposure.
I ftlrnt-hed and well ventilated oprnlr g nn
anclaa 1W feet lnn Hrh Ihn linufiVH
IIOTi:i. la directly opposite tho stago otnc and
within two in I null's' walk of of the post and
tilfgranti otnoi-s. Mall and nrat cIhm .inir.
dally. Stagtv will call for and deliver passen-
gers and baggage at this hotel 10-24 -3m
J. C. BREEDING & SON
Room No. ft Commerce street Alameda
JOHN iri. COPELAND
Attorur j and Coinsellor at Law
and Notary Public
Office! No. SW West Commerce street up
stairs. Practices In all tko courts. 10-aWy
L. H. WALTHAL
Watches. Fine Jewelry.
a. r. rxiiiiDA.
n h. rriimua.
N E Cor Commerce and Alamo Sts
Successor! to Pcrolda Urns. established 1M
formerly nn Market .treet. All kinds of To-
pairing done In a ant-class manner ll li 3n
T. J. Drmm. W. S. Smith
DEYINE 5c SMITH
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Offle. Rooms 7 and 8 Dev "e Building
Moieaaa street win attena to au .uaiaesj.
law IUt SM ITMani U.UC1..
WA.LTHALL & CALLltiHlN
8aa AaUalu Texas.
t Dwyer bulKIng aosthMst Mra
LIVE STOCK 'EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Antoalo Texas.
Stables Corner of Avenn. B and Honstea
street. Connected by tvlephono A.'ord.n
promptly attended to day M night. TsJph
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1884, newspaper, January 12, 1884; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162756/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .