The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1, Friday, January 25, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
RAILROAD TIMK TAI1I.K.
International and Ureal Northern
evei p. m
B:30 a. m
POODWIN IIOUSU W to mAcequla street.
OR ROSE hardware unit house furnishing
rci.uvrq 10 su uomruerce street
west prlcf guaranteed l-KMm
VIOLIN INSTRUCTIONS given tj Jue-ph
MoAllfstcr. Terms 75 cents a lcs.nn. Aiv
PACIFIC HOTEt l.TB West Commerce
J street San Antonio. Nije rooms and good
fare. IP'ard per day !l; Per week 6. 1'. II.
1'ittt Proprietor. I-10-2tn
INI8HTS PYTHIAS Elk Lodge No. M
IXmeete every Thursday al "S p. m ("anils
In nremen'e Hall. Vl.itlnr brethren welcome
DR. J. IE. IltlhUniNO. Dentist. Office Alamo
block corner Commerce and Ahmo
stra.ts San Antonio. 1-U-Jui
W.. PHILLIPS. dentM office 213 Ooro-
VI. meroe street over NIoTengg'sboolc store
rin Antonio. l-D-Sm
I.IVV I'M I CM
C'omracreo St. Near nrie.
llu received tho largest stock of Ena-lkh
French and German Roods erer brought tothts
flltr. All stylet and colors. Only first-class
tail on employed. Suits made up In tho latest
stylo at the lowest possible prices and a per-
fect fit guaranteed. '
XT. S. BURNHAM M. D.
272 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
AU diseases of Bjoand Rar treated In
naturally. Mo tn.
A. W. DILLAltD
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
No. 12 Solcdtid Street
noom 8 San Antonio Texas. Will practlco In
all tho courts or Toiaa 10-19-tt
Royal Havana Lottery.
January 29 1884.
Number for Number--Prize for Prize
frith 210 additional prises.
Only 21.000 Tickets. 735 Frizes.
1 Capital Prise.
2 Prizes 300 each..
2 Approximations to first prize I10O
2 Approximations to second prize
M eaoh 100
Ki Prismas above being the lull num-
ber In the Itoyal Havana and
ill Additional Prizes of 15 each to tha
10 tlcketa havlni as ending num-
ber the two terminal unite or tho
number drawing the Capital Prize
ot 18000 1050
TU Frizes amounting In U. S. gold to.. $ 82150
TiokeU J.OO. Halves Sl.OO
Tha ltoval Havana offlctnl list decldos even
prise Subjeot to no manipulation not con-
trolled by the parties in interest honoatly
managed. It la the fairest aquaroat and best
thing that oould be ooriceived.
C.'e that tho name GOULD Is CO. la on tho
ticket Nono others are genuine.
ALL PRIZES PAID ON PRESENTATION
12U Broadway Now York CV.y.
M Bait Kandoinh Street Chicago III.
Mo. Alamo Plaaa Sao Antonio.
gxproaa ItMa.tn. p. m.
Btprotw HUp.m lp.'in
Wcorn Extension I a.oiip.m. 7:15 a. m.
Oalveaton Ilarrlsburg and fUn Antonio.
HoiiatoncfExprMe) 7:15 a.m.
rfouBlon (Mixed) . 4:1 p.m.
Westward (To and
from Ul Paso)... 8:40 i.m.
Main I'lazA San Anloulo. Texan.
Fowler Berliner &
LET ALL WEAR STRIPES
Who Bar Ylo1at.it the Laws ar Robbed
tha United Hlat.s.
From the Washington Critic.
A short time ro at the Instance ol the
Department of Justice Mr. Stillwell II. Kill
sell a United States Marshal for the Western
District of Tsi was arrested In this city sad
talten Id San Antonio Teiai nhere he was
Indicted for the a(T;nie of charting the Gt
ernment for rplleerje for himself and a deputy
from San Aatontu to New Vork on accoant of
tipemes Incurred In conveying Uailed Slates
prisoners to the penitentiary The indictment
was louna upon te round that he charged
mileage when as a matter of fact he and his
deputy traveled eo pastes.
lie was tried and convicted and Is now In
the Jnllet penitentiary. Thus much la order
to call attention to the fact that a carelal ex-
amination ol Et Doc No. 40. first seitUn of
the Forty eighth Congress will show that Mr.
Geoige Win a specie! Anlitaat United
States Attorney In the late Star roite caies
and Mr. W. V. Km another special Ai.iat
ant Attorney in the tame caies. traveled frees
here to Philadelphia New Vork aad other
places and charged up to the Government the
expenses ol said Irlpi railroad fare and other
expeaiei. including hack hire and hotel bills.
It is alleged aad it is suiceptibte of praol
that both of Ibeie taea traveled on panel. II
Mr. Spriager will but open hit doari he will
not only be able to prove tie above bit many
other equally dlirepalahle transactions.
Let all win violate the laws be treated
alike. If StilUell Until wears striped
clothes why should not ether who camsultted
like offenses wear them alio t
The lll-Fitting Sequel.
A nice little alary lays the Indiaaep.lii
Journal appeared in the New Jersey papers
the other day about a aaan who returned from
California and foand his loag lost daaghter at
work in a menial capacity. The man had
amassed a fortune of course as alt men do
who go to California and announced hli In-
tention of providing handsomely for his
daughter. lie at once purchased a residence
for her and had a deed made ant. It was a
handsome residence the girl and all her friends
were delighted aad the story weit far aid
wide. It was a touchier tale and would
have ssll.fitd everyone had It ended right
there; but it did net. There is a sequel which
is not half so pretty hat ead ta say far aaore
true to nature. 1 he father who had been
ling separated from his beloved daughter
nugni ai nas neea iaia a house. It was
Interred ol course that he paid for it: but the
narrative varies from the regulation pattern la
not mentioning the fact that he laid dawn the
purchase money In gold. He did in fact
nothing of the kind. He was just about to
pay it over when he happened to discover
that he was $50 short of the required f mount
In order to rave the trouble of wtltiar tha
check he borrowed the iu Irom hiidiu.iiier
it was cruelly the sum she had saved up-
end went down the afreet. He has not yet
returned and the git! berag oat of funs h a
gone back to wotk instead of mnvini into h
new house as she fondly expected. Th
stoiy which was perfect as it stood hist is a
lion instance ol the follv at nubliih'n se
quels. A sequel can seldom be made to fit
on and destroys the harmony and eternal St-
nets of things.
Want or Faith.
trO. Hchniun. I.. Orvimlcl. nr A. Ir. l. riVm .
iflt do not auccood It la not ror tho want or
Riildn Consumption and Lung Anrctton. thsl
thoy wIIIkIvo h trinl bottle frcntocaeh and
cry ouu who is in need or a modlctnoor tula
Directory of the Churches
fle-rvlcen urn hold Ht tha fnllnwlnv nmnol
3hurct.es in thiscltr every tiunday.
rrotrstant nplscopal St. Mark's Cathedral
nt sldf of Trtivli xnimrfv llluhl II . It. W. It.
KHIot t Illshop of 1 ho diocese of Western Texas:
Very Her. Walter It. Ulchardson Dean. Mora-
I nit servlees nt tl o'clock : ovinlntr lorvlrn at R
o'cloekj Friday servlco at 6p. m.; Sunday school
Cumhertnnd Vresbrterlnn Clinrrh.flrtlediiiRt.
Hev W It. I'riAt.m. VnKtitr. Norvl ornrv
Sunday mornfutr and ceuliitr. Sunday school
every Sunday at 0: 0 a. to. rraycr-mfetluir
every teuiiusuiiy evetiinfr.
St. John's Chapol divine service at IV o'clock
. m. mid Hurnluv nf lmnl nt 4 n. tn. Ht. I.nkn'a
Chapel Hundnr school at 9 a. tn.
Mothndtit I.nl(irnnal Cbnrrh Rnntli.
Roulhwet (.rner Travis and Nanrro Streets
Kev- iM II. Ilnynolds Tasior. Services at 11 a.
in. and 1;30 p. m. Sunday school MWn. tn.
Tenth Street Church near Sunset denot. Sun
day school at 9 a in.
Trlnltv Methodist Kntsoonal Chureh. wir. Pe
can street and avenuo O. bervlee Sunday nt 11
tn. and 7l1U n. m. Itov. Vr. H. ralkinhiirr.
Sue tor. Sabbath school at3 00 p. m.. Col. It. M.
loore superintendent. Irurer and praise
mect'nir W ednesdar at 7:00 p. m.
German M. 15. Church Kben Kzer German M
IS. church Vlllita street. Her. G. Dosdail. pus-
m. WedneKdfiv evrnt:
Sundar school at 9 a.
Firt Preshyterlan Church corner Houston
and North Flores sircots. llor.J.W. Nell pas-
tor. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. tiun-
dav Bcbool at Da. m.
Iter. J. F. Wlttleh will nreaeh in Gorman In
the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday
evcnitijr at i o'clock. Itesldcnco No. 4A3 North
Madison siuaro Trcsbrterlan Church. Iter.
W. II. lloct.nnan pastor Preach! or every
babbath at 11 o'clock a. m. Sabbath school at
First Baptist Church southeast corner nf Jef-
ferson and Travis streets. Iter. W 11. Dodson
D.I) pastor. Hesldenoe No. 10 Jefferson street.
Preaching" every Sabbath at 11 a. ci.and7p. m.
Sabbath school i.J) a. m. I.. C. Everett super-
Thrlstlan Church cortier Houston and St. Ma-
's streets t Klder 1. Pennlnuton Pastor. Sor-
icc-s every ounnay ai u a. in. ana e. p.m.
Lutheran St. John's Church enmerof Nuera
and Pecan streets. Ker. A Wleder pastor.
Horoan Catholic Cathedral of San Fernando
between Main and Military plazas. Very Rat J.
C. Narcz. Bishop. Her. Ij. Genoltn priest. Low
mass at A.m. High mass at 10 a m. Vespers
4 u. m.
nvangellcfll Church Iter. TVIlllam Meier
Pastor. Services at Tenth street Methodist
Church. Sunday school at 3 p. mi
St. Mary's Church oorner St. Mary's and Col-
leges rod. Very Her.T. J. Johnson raster.
Low mass 7 a. ra High mass 10a. m. Vespers
St. Joseoh's (German) Church east sldo Ala
meda street between Alamo and Ilonham sts.
Very Kev II PelTerkorn. 1-ow mass la.tu.
mgn mass ioa. m. vespers ousi p. m
St. Michel's (Polish Churob.Roulh side kouth
street between Indlauola and Mstajtnrda sts.
Very itev. Ucler. High maw at 1U a. in
Ursullne Cwnvent Churoh. AuRitsta St. Rev
rs m iiunoru rector low mass o.juk. m oua
day sohool 9 a. m. Vespers 4 p.m.
'Ward. Rov. J w. Wtlltami. pastor. Tterrlces
every Huntinr at a ana 8 p. in rrayor meeting
svery Tuesday and preaching at 8 p.m. on
Nttw T.lirht Frrn MUnIou TbintlsL LATaeea
street Fourth ward Ror. J. Holmes pastor.
Services every ftunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer
muetlnir every Frtdaypreachlns; at 8 p. m. ou
Wednesday and Saturdav.
St Paul Methodist east Alameda slreet. Rev
J1 It. Carues pastor So r vines every Sunday
nuti ivt'uiieBuay anu rriuny niffuis.
African Methodln Church opposite Santa
Rosa Hospital Second Ward. Her. J. C. Emory
Macedonia Haptlst Church Feoan street Rev
L. O Jordan pastor. Services erery Sunday
at 3 and 8 o'clock u. in. fljhhuth school at It a.
m. Services Thursday nlf ht and prayer meet
ing iitwuv Bmnt
A Brief Description of ihe Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat. With
a few References of Remarkable Cures By Dr.
N. S. Burnham.
8an Antonio long felt tho need of a skl'lful
Throat. The Inhabitants nf all this Immense Slate when niiulrlng tha services or such skill
wereoomprlled lo mnko long Journeya In distant
St. Louis and Chluurn and still further llnst. In
tliteo organs and mr1s.
Many of tire citizens of this Stall' who went to Kansas City ror the k.n.Ot of an oculists
kill inado the acquaintance ot the Oculist Aurtat aad Lnrvoglst.
XDt. 1ST. S. Burnxiam
who had charge f the Kuimv City Mi.Erc
united tuUrnlrnT him to oome to this point In
cold climate compelled a vlmnfre nnd so Ssn Antonlorained a specialist who was known by
some of her own citizens and tnny In the State tn powM the requisite skill la all of IU
dcllcHte and varied operations and treatment and ilnc locating her the trrratest success has
crowned his effortssnd he hss won theendurlns; cratltudeof hundreds whom ht has treated
from all parts of theSiUte. A few ef them are
A few remArks In retard to this dtnenie may
Nearly all have the trouble at tome time la tht
are aware they bardty get over one cold until thuy have another. The cold er non properly
speaking the catarrh then become sub-acute. Ry neglect this runs tnto a chronic form.
Sometimes itislocntM In the nose; sometimes tbe throat orbolh. Sooner or later It apsets
the ears causlnr frequent ring lug or roarlnv In the ear or other nolsee. Sometime violent
InrUmatlon oauilug eiorucUting rin and tbe aoutenesa of hearing la leasened In a
greater or lem degree. Very often too It extends up through a little duct froai the nos to
one or the other and even both eyes causing several different form of dlseaavs of the eye.
Nearly all are f a miliar with catarrh In the form
Catarrh In alt Its forms and nearly all Its stares
do phTslo'sn. They neither prepare themselves with the Instalments or kiewledge sufficient
ornecewary to treat this troublesome disease as a rule and thus people therms I res do not
apprehend the danger they are In when they consult a phrslolan and he tells them "Ol Its
nothing but a cold" and yet that so-called cold In a vast number of caes Is the first start of
deafnenbllndaeM Ions of smell Iom of rolo
Any or several of these may follow and be caused by a neglected cold. Below are a few names
which I have permission to use who have been troated by me with benefit for Catarrh la some
fits forms since I have been located here :
J F.ltoblnson.Catarrh In throat San Antonlo;T. B. John sot Catarrh In throat. Manager
Ssu Antonio Ijobt;.F. Kuhn Catarrh of the head Denver Colorado; Miss Mary FraW
Catarrh of the thtoat and ears. Nova Scotia; Frank Newton Catarrh of tbe tkrt and eyes.
San Antonio; Miss K. Loandsbury Catarrh of the throat and head San Antoalo.
Scores more might be added to this list that I have cured since located In this city bat I will
only weatlon one more as a reraarkablelnstance of how tauch good oan bo done that clasa of
Incurable so-called Consumptives ti. W Tye of Lsoo Springs had Catarrh for seme years
In the head and throat finally the lungs became affected and he had severtl bssiaorThages and
bad 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 oatae to me for treatment
Ian winter nearly a year ago. He commenced to gain flesh and want ta work fa tk spring
and I saw ao more of him until a few days ago when he carat la bragging how well he wa
and weighed thirty pounds More than he ever did.
A rew wordanuw In regard to the ear may not be unlntercsMmr loaotne especially those
ho are sutrprers trom varied and numerous forms or disease. Yery rew people need urging
to consult an Aurlst when they hare a discharge ot matter from It especially It acompanlcd
by a foul smell yet some will and that too strange as It may sound In this day or enllght-
ment by advice or physicians but surely It is never done by one who undersUnds.discaaea ot
It Is a lamentable fact that some of the ollor
this point) have a prejudice against the atoppago
Is based upon the crronoous teachings or old French writers Du Verney and Itard. D. ft. Ht.
John Roosa M.D. LL. D. Prorensor of Dlscaicsof Ero and Ear In tho University ot New
York City; Surgeon of Manhattan Kyoand Ksr
and Ear Hospital etc. and who Is oonslderod the
last work i "There Is no pathological experience on record which can sustain tho assertion
that it Is dangerous to stop a discharge Irom tho ear." Lot anyone acquainted with anatomy
consider this fact that thero Is perhaps no part
anatomical rotations. Tho cavity or the tymptnatim Is ooverel over by a thin bony plato
which lain direct communication with the corobril raonlnges; tho floor is close to the great
JUKlar Its Internal wall Is the labyrinth wall covered only by very thin mombrane and open-
ing Into tho branchea of tho aoouitlo nerve whllo on tho outaldo wo have a thin tntmbriine
about as thick as papor. It Is easy to so that a continuous destructf m or hose parts by sup-
puration unless cured In this part would sooner or later (which It always does) lead to serious
troubloeln the brain andsometlmes In tho lungs or heart I find a large percentage of the
cases baring a "running car" have also a cough and when the ear Is curod tbo cough Is also
cured Instead or being worse.
Then there Is anothor cla rs or casra that lometlmca consult the doctor they complain ot
rioting or rearing or other noises In theear. Ho
quinine perhaps Is given this may be rellevod for a time but sooner or later returns but tho
sufferer had his roarsallayed by recovering partially trom the first attack and so does not reel
any anxiety this time and tries tha old remeay ngnln. It tails and bo does everything else tbey
try and their friends don't sympathise as there Is no external evidence of the a jlleilng caused
by this condition bat this at lot t causes them to hunt up an Autlst who examinee tho ear
and he finds tho ear perhaps so far goae that It la Impossible to restore its full hearing powers
and he must have great skill Indeed to sthp tb. course or tho disease and keep the hearing
from being lost entirely so far do those oases run borore tho pe ople oonsult competent skill.
If people would go to tho Aurlst every time
not wait to consult physicians and othors they would suffer far less and preserve their hearing
much better as neary all th'i dlioiraot thli orrvt aro curable.'csn cclally In tho first stages.
Space will only allow a few names for reference
mo. Scores more m tght bo added 1
A. A. Drrscher San Antonio; w Deltart Doerne; James Davis. San Antonio; Oeorge aon or
W.C. Daugherty Sheriff Frio County l'earaall
J n. Murphy San Antonio; B.T.Allen Fearsall.Texas; J. II.JonosSan Antonio; Major T. T.
Tcel San Antonio; J. C Dlermeycr San Antonio.
Tho diseases of the eye are very numerous
nized by the oculist all requiring different trratment In order to sure them and restore good
vision. Yet nothing shows tho folly otgolng to the general physician tor treatment at this
organ than tbe fact that he has only sufficiently
to recognlzo rrom three to a dozen. It Is In this and the careful applicatloi or properly selected
rcmcdloa to the and tho dlfferont affections ot the eye that the superiority and tbe success of
the Oculist consist.
Nearly all the diseases or the eye are curable
and properly treated and attended to In tne earlier stages before It baa had time to destroy or
injuro permanently the vision nut those cases
blindness so frequently are cases In whioh thero
valuable time was wasted by trying some domestic remodles or what la nearly as bad trying
the ordinary phyeldan.
I do not mean by my remarks above to oondemn or criticise the general nraotltloner for
treatlog Catarrh or diseases or the lire or Gar that occur In his practice. It Is hlsdnty to give
relief to all who are suffering In any anderery way possible and no doubt all do the best tkey
can. lint they will nil honestly confess that th.y hav. not the means in th. shatter s.lect.d
remedies. Instruments nor the time to acquire the skill and practice to do Justice t. these
What I do want evervbor to underataad la
experienced doctors men who have devoted aaoaey tlsas aad study to thee particular parts
or the hums body In order to acquire the greatest amount or skill la treatlag IU affections
and diseases; and people wko are augerlng with any dieease In the. .rgana will aa far aa
possible lecover l beat aad fullet uae of these .rgaoa wko seek tk. specialist tka earliest;
and the physician will deal honestly with kls patrons wko gives theta suck adi lea.
I see In this country maay oaaea ot Strabismus ("crooked eyes" they ar. generally termed)
wbloh Is a dereot In eppearanoa uncertain vision aad weakens It. Nearly every one ot theso
cases can be complet.lj enred aad soate nt them without any operation. Children should
novcr start to rehoil without having tkla remedied.
Kyellds that turn out showing the Inside or those tbat tarn In and Irritate the eye-ball can
all he perfectly cured. Artificial eyea oan be fitted and worn without any pain and to look
perreotlr natural. I have a largo stock of them always on hand.
Old granulated lids cured surelr.
A few names are given below for reference that hare been cured by me here. Many more
might be given It necessary bnt tk.se have been selected becana. eaeb oa. repreaeata a
dlfforent aud vet mo-t eommon foraa or diaease or the eye t
II. C.liadstate. ran Antonio. 'Granular LMe and Keratitis; 'Frank Newton an Antonio'
Stricture Mchrrmal Ducts; L. II. Lara hen (Daughter) San An onlo lennorrhcealo Conjuno-
utiii. rtiiiun II.I.D1HUII pan nnmniu acuh
Iridocyclitis: It. J. Vincent. Cotlllla. inner n'n
and Keraio-lrills; T. J. Ilogge Eagle Pas Cataract; Oenrgo Loeeahurg (Daughtor) Catro-
I'ter'rglum and Leukoma; 11'c. IliirrK Ranch. Chronlo Cnnjunetlvitla and Keratitis; A C.
Decker. Btnckdale Tranmatlo Ulcer and Hypoploa; W. J. Terrlberry Saltlllo Mexico
Trauma! o G auooma.
Included In tho reference given Is the name of TT. J Hogge from Eagle Pass. He had been
blind ror years and the operation was so successful and gave him such good vision that a phy
sician who had practiced In new York Cltytor years aald when he a It a few days ago tbat
It waa better than any he had ever aaw before. Thla patient waa sent to me by tbe courtesy uf
Dr. II A K-rorppon of Plcdras Neeras M"xlco who was also kind enough to assist In tho
operation and in wboa valuable aid a part ot tho success Is due.
ror luriuor wioriuauou naureva
N. S. Burnham M. D.
2(2 uommerct Stmt. Sat Antonio. Texas.
specialist In treating dlaraara or the' F.ye Ear and
cities at great expense such as Kansas City
order to obtain relict for dln'aaes afflicting
I-r aad Thront Inflrmtry They one and all
Teiaa. rintlly falltns: health raut1 by the
given below as rsfcrsaev
not be out of place here as It rs to tsssaon.
acutform and call H a cold. Sometimes they
can bs cured nut people neglect tt and so
of Laryngitis Ilronchltls and CTnsnmptlon
physicians (without any apeclal knowletio on
ot purulent dischargee rrom the car but this
Hospital; Consulting Surgeon ot llroiklyn I'.yo
very best authority on tho sbbjoct says In his
ot tho human body which has moro Important
tells thorn thor have cold and a dose of
anything was tho matter with their ears and
who baTO been cured of ear diseases here by
Texas; W. W. Berry Esq. San Antonio Toxas;
nearly 200 In number clearly defined and recog
studied this complicated organ sufficiently
evon In the severe forms If clearly nnderstood
that show blemishes and defects of vision and
has been delay In seeking an Oculist and
that th.r.ar. a elaaa af aneciallr laatvucted and
uonjunc - iviin; w. uuer (uaugnieu -an
(kirn..! W. If. Ilni.n. l'..lll. lirani.l.r l.llll
Oculist Aurist and Laryngist
II. KLOCKEN KEMPL H.
No. Si Soledad PUmi. upiKite Court llouoe.
San Antonio Texas.
Keeps on hand a flae stock of Watches
I'lock. and Jewelry a well-eet.ct.d stock of
Speaiae ee: also nrailllan Pebbles Met In Hold
and Bilver Frames. Repairing of Fine Watches
a speetaltr. -7-cm
All Dealer ! Watcbrs
rY"Call and examine my atock and prices be-
fore buying elsewhere. All goods will be sold
under written guarantee. E. lUiiTzsinn
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street.
SUvor and Plated Waro
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Ho. 8 Ccuusscx Stxiit
may tf San Antonio. Texas
248 Commerce Street
Watches Fine Jewelry.
No. S4S fommerco Street San Antonio Texaa.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
Daily Hack Line
Frm SB Antonio to Fiormllle
Leaves Pan Antonio dally at 8 a. m. Sundays
exoeptea. umoe ai cenirai nniei in. lis Ker
agent. ib-uii a. u. I'lUKlflT I'm p.
DEVINE & SMITH
ATT0 RN EYS-AT-LAW
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Office Room t aud e Uerne Rulldlng
noi. Jtu strtM s mu aiienq 10 au ousineas
tk. aula and radaral Counm.;
$ rTleiiryV'tW Q.
Ilosack & Newton
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Auctiooeera Commlnnlon Merchant! aad Geo
eral O Hectors.
IV Hav large store rooms for Conslg-
nnlsatNn.DComa' ll'ocit.on Houston atrea
ntematioiialf Great Northers
Tine Card In Effect July 23.
Leave San Antonio bound North at Tie
m 11:15 p. m. Arrive 8-35 p. as. aad . sa
lav. for Laredo t p. m. arrive fr.aa Laredo
':tt a. m.
Train leaving Baa AaUal t:U. as. baa
PULLMAN HOTEL Clt
through to St Louis without ehaage. Trata
leaving fan Antonio at U:15 p. m. has Pallraaa
'alace Sleeping car to BU Louis.
Two express trains dally betsen
San Antonio St. Louis and
Close wnaectlons at Little Rook far rk.
Southeast and tn the Unl.a depot St. Leafs.
Ith all express trains.
For tickets rates time cards ar any lafer-
matlon applv to
J. 8. LANDRY Ticket Clerk.
U Commerce street San Anloale Tteu
H.r. IIUOIIES Paaaenger Agent
B. W. McCULLOCOH A. O. T. A.
St. Louts M.
II. M. IIOXIE. Third Ylce-rre.ld.nt
St. Ioals Ma.
Itui'wlik Day Oysters.
I am Dretarcd to furnish tn hotel hMHi.
restaurant prnnrli tnra and wbolesala dealers
Ihe celebrated Ilerwlck bay .yaters and flack
llulf nh. Packed on Ice to any towa ka
Western Texas C. O. U. Respectfully
'm San Antonio Texaa.
II. J. Trcacy'a catalogue Lexington Ky.
is a blooded bar. II hands hlak. wateka ISM
pounds. Service 26.
KNIOIIT OF ST. I4DIS (tkorougbaradl
dreaiiiy Ulendower.dam by Kpallon a. Brmoea
Amt'lcan ettud Uook volume I page BBV Be
la a dark chestnut sorrel ServlccM.
DICK (Kentucky Jack) 11 hands high
Ky. Services. $10.
Spring season February t. Terms cask See.
leva paid when man. ti kem away and If not
iltb foal have the prttl.cge to return the next
!aeon free of charire. f4t...a ri.ll..rf .i il
rod Heaves' Main Plain will be taken aa.
1 M rol. TT.
JAM IM T. LLaitKr. Proprl.tn
Roerne as a health resort. Is unequalled ta
thla Statu or oiuntry especially t.r pulmonary
and kindred oomplatnta. The above hotel
una ucru inorouanij renuvatea aad per
III find et en thing aa conducive to their
tort aa can be lound in ft eait m Tea... fr.
a d spacious rooms with southerly exposure
will furnished carpeted and well ventilated
openli gon verandas 180 feet long each The
IltlliltNK HOTEL Is directly opposite the stsge
office and within two minutes' walk Ot the boat
u iciearopu "luces wan anu nrvt-eiasa stag
illy. Mages will call for and deliver pasaaa-
ritand hueaHiroat thla hnlel. Kt.rv .ti.n-
tlon paid to gueete and the traveling public
rirei ciass accummouations lor commercial
J. C. BREEDING & SON
Room No. 6 Commerce street Alameda
JOHJS H COPELAND
ttoruey and CoiBneller at Law
nntl Notary Pnbllt.
Office No. 250 West Commerce street up
stairs. Practices In all the courts. IMtV-ly
U N. WALTUAt
WALTHALL I CALLAUUN
San AbUbIo Texas.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Deal sr.
San Antonio Texaa.
10212627 52 7J
Stable Corner of Avaaue R and 1
street. Connected by telephone. A. eras?
promptly attended to day or night. '.Talayawe
eeaneerrloa No. Nt
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