The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 12, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 35.
San Antonio Texas Saturday May 12 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIM
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
P. O. Ilo.t 283 Tclephono 281.
KKHP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ConsMlnir or Framing Timber fluxing Fencing. DtoshijiI Mooring Siding. Headed Celling
lid Finishing IiHinberi also n full supply nf Doom Hash Minds Mouldings Shingles Diwsed
nnd Itough PlokotH or nil Pit t (urns Plastering l.utli. limbed Wire Mixed Paints IIiiIWIith
Hardware anil everything loiind In it llrst-elasa lumber yard. Wo uro prepared to lurnlsli
special bills to order at short notice being connected with one of (he largest mills In (he Calcu-
sleu region. . .
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. llensley Manager
ARE YOU BROKE ?
If So Call 011 J.
No. 12 Solcdnd Street
fSyCiirrios a large stock of Diamonds
General Merchandise. If Vou want llurgalns
Houston Street noxt to Dr. Hern's residence.
Wo have engaged Mr. Alexander luteehlcf rook
orUioMunKcr Hotel. MKAI.S AT A 11 110 PUS.
Fancy and extra dishes at short notice and In
ELEGANT PKLYATI3 BISIXfi ROOMS
OPEN DAY AND NIOIIT.
Imported wines liquors nnd clears always on
AT THE (!ASIX0 MAY 21 '83.
f?"Promenado Concert Supper and Hall by
(ho San Autonlo IlrKlsh A'soclation. Tlcke(s
si. itwimlliiir ndmlvdnii (o (hu whole nt Sim
Hart's Itlscho's. lthodlns& Tempsky's Alnmo
Musln House Holland'aTea Stores of II. Hy-
dr-Taylor. I.imir nlllee and all members.
Mualo'by tli ICIglith Cavalry Kami. 'M-lm
TURNER OPERA HALL
MAY 10 II 12 1883.
Der Freisclmetz !
(Irnnd opera In four acts by Carl Maria vou
Webur. Grand Chorus of 40 good voices. Flrst-
cluss orchestra of tho best' muslcluns assisted
by tho Eighth Cavalry baud.
Admission ?1 gullcry 50 eonts. Heiierved
Beats without extra cliargo at Itlscho's cigar
store opposlto tho postolllec. td
ClTV COM.ECTOfl'S OKPICK I
Sail Antonio May 12 1883 f
OWNERS OF DOGS
Aro liBioby nolltled lo como forward on
or boforo tho 2nd of June next and pay license
duo thereon (150 cents for oach dog) In "ac-
cordance with tho ordlnanco us amended Juno
S 1877 Dogs not provided with llcenso fag
aftor tho above dale wll bo dealt with as pro-
vided by law. F C. HAUI5ISUN
B.ia-fit City Collector.
Funerals Furnished Willi F.very Ileijulstte
Special attondon given to forwardlnir bodies
to all purtsof the United States. SST'Tulephouo
connection Culls attended day and ulitUt.
er Collateral Broker
Snu Antonio Texas.
.Towolry Watches Clocks I'lro-Arras and
call on P.MF.USON.
Two lame cool rooms furnished miutifur-
nlshed in now stono House. .1. 11. I...
r.ll--'t At Hugo & Sclimeltzcr s.
Card receivers cuke baskets. crulls butter
dishes lee pitchers plcklu cmtiirx tea setts all
triple ami miiidrupiu piaie at 'i commerco
street. Trusteo s sale. 4-30-tr
Messrs. O'Connor & Sullivan havo onened
(heir now bank In (ho Merehnuls' ICxchnnge
building oil Commerce s(ree( and aro now
ri'iiuy 10 irunsnci uusincss. j.nis is 1110 sirong-
ost banking II rm 111 llio mate. 4--u-im
Scaled bids will bu received at mv olllce until
II 11. 111. theSUth of May on a two-story rock
atom house and dwellinir for Mrs. Ilosshard to
tie erected 011 Houston street l'lans and
spcclllcatlons to bo seon at my ollleo.
Sealed bids will bo received at nil' olllce at
olllce at II a. in. tho SSth Instant on all work
but foundation walls which aro belnir built.
on three storo houses on Houston street for
Joseph 1'inila tisn.
Plans nnd spcclllcatlons to be seen at my
5-11-111 Al.FKUU Uk.es Architect
New Summer Garden.
Mr. William Hupperabiirg has opened a cosy
little summer garden corner of Garden and
llrooui streets where vou can spend a pleasant
evening and procure all the refreshments
usually 10 no lounu. uooi oeer 011 unuigiii.
All Invitation to the publlu oxteuded. 5-l-3m
How to save money (and drills) bv laklng
Turko-ltUKslaii liuttn or Steam llitli for your
coins riieuuiatism iiiimu tiguo ami an skiii uis-
cascs can bo (oiiiul at A. .It. IAN H
Corner Commerce and Alamo s(ree(s
Also Hot and Cold Water Hatha at cents
Important for Ladles
Tho ladles' hair dresser. No 10 Ilouham
strcer. at (he rear or tho Menirer hotel fur.
nlslios everything In her Hue at reasonable
cost ami ladies win 110 wen to can 011 ner lor
what thov lenu re. Hinlds. waves frlzos
putfs curls and wins mailu to order. Nice
braids can bo furnished for $3. 6-8-U
If You lire Suffering
Prom torpidity of the liver or constipation of
the bowels try a bottlo of Hepatl7.luo Dr.
Tobln's groat liver medicine. Every bottlo
Is giinrunlood to you nnd your money reluuded
If vou aro not satUlled.
l''or sale at Clavlu's drug store und by C.
The Globe's Free Ooncorts
The evening concerts at tho Globo saloon
(05 West Conimereo street aro attracting at'
teutlou. The performances embrace works
irom 1 no urst innscers. voeai musio wiiiuu
keening of this. Visitors to the cltv solicited
(o give the Globo u call. Pino refreshments
eatables and a fragrant smoke with polite at-
lonoanco uiways u) oh nno.
S-14-8m W. D. WmaitT Proprietor
Siireml tho News.
As building and rellKIng generally Is pro
grossing In San Antonio. Messrs. Wuituc:
Hros. tho enterprising lurners and cabinet
miiKero on Houston street navo determined to
exectno all orders lor olllce store and bar
room llttliigatsuch low prices as havohithcrto
ooeu unKuown in 1110 city a inai is recom-
mended as thoy aro good practical workmen
aim aro sure to give sutisiaciion.
Pino saloon in Urst class location for sulo
lor nan us value.
Ilourdlng houses In irood location: also fu
nlshed houses. Furniture for sulo und houses
Hotels In city and country whole or half In
tercsi. iv . ii una u.n
508 West Houston street
The Mt. Leonard Hotel
On tho south sldo of Main plaza Is now opened
to tho public nnd prepared to reeuivo guests.
This house lias been refiirnisliod and put In
first-class order nnd iruests will llnd everv
comtortand convenience. The business nt thu
house Is dono upon the European plan and the
tables uro supplied with every luxury nnd
delicacy to be had In the market. The dining-
room Is open from 0 it. m. to I- p. 111 and lu ad-
dition to regular tahlo meals uro served to
order at all hours 1'rlvute supper and dining
rooms for families and pattlod.
Josepli Mclim'lilt Takes a Walk Heads
Ooeu (o lied and Dies
Mr. Joseph Sclimldl Jeweler of Commerce
street was found dend In tils bed (his morning.
Information was convoyed (o Justice Shields
who Impanelled a Jury nnd proceeded to view
tho body. A post mortem examination was then
ordered which was performol by Dr. Adolph
erlfandDr.lt. Monger. It was found that
tho deceased eulfered from old adhesive plou-
rltls und pcrlcaidltls dilation nnd hyper-
slrophy of tho heart aneurysm of the pu.
nonary vessel nnu oyrnosis 01 11111 nvr. n
the luipiest tesdmony us to the Ilncilng or the
body and of (ho post mortem examination
h ub given mo jury inen reiurneu n veruici
that the deceased died from disease of the
In h conversation with thu I.ldltT com 111 H-
Hlnnur Mr. O. MoKilm said .that (hu deceased
was III his usual statu or health last niglit.
About u n clocK 110 unit t went to sciioiz s sa-
loon and (here slaye for about nn hour. Wo
Hum returned linme ' u the wav 10 1110 store
Mr. Schmidt complained of feeling unwell and
wink. When we arrived homo the do-
ccasod suld ho did not feel sleepy and would
read lor a wnue. 110 men went into me duck
room where hu slcix. and took (lie I.Kliir with
him to rend. I niadu up my bed In (lin storo
nml went to slocn. I was verv tired having
Just coiuu (rom Monterey and heard nothing
during (ha night About tl o'clock I awoke
and went to the doaeased I then lound he was
ueuci. 1 101 in a colored servant who wans
moil Mr. schm dt. and cal ed Mr. Ileruborg.
Tnat's all I know about the matter.
The deceased wus nn eldurlv man aired about
so years nnu uus ior borne lime oeen 111 ueu-
ea(e health. Tho name 01 Schmidt was nn as
sumed one. Ho wns well connected nnd came
from llreslau (lornuui)'. Ho was 11 widowvr
A UOf.D HUItGI.AKY.
Preyer's Sloro Cntored and Ilobbed The
1'ollce are on the Trail.
Parly this morning tho storo of Prcyer llros
011 Kast Coiumorcu street wns robbed. Mi
Louis Krcycr on opening the storo at his usual
time perceived at once by thu disturbance of
articles In a show case that something was
wrong. On going to thu buck of the storo (ho
situation of affairs explained Itself. S01110 per
son or persons hud bored augur holes I11 the
door Just nbovo tho lock ciliated u largo orlllcc
Inserted a hand and turned the key which was
left in tho lock Inside. The heavy wooden bar
two feet above was dlspluced easily. Tho
backyard of tho store can only bo tutercd
(hroiiKli the Globo saloon next door the walls
between tho two yurJs presenting no obstacle
to an ordluarv climber. The saloon Is ketit
open all night and their customers have access
toinuyuru. i wo s.-iucu suicneis wore taaen
to deposit tho booty and one was found early
this morning outside the steru packed full of
aniiiiiio jo'eiry sine nunuKercmois enirts
etc. It might havo been too cumbrous and so
was left. Tho other satchel was of tho same
bl.e nnd was tilled with pistols silk handker-
chiefs and perhaps two gold watches . The
burglars' tools consisted of a second-hand
brace two new bits and 1M Inch chisel. The
matter Is In tho hands of tho police who have
a clue to tho burglars. Tho chisel and brace
were Identified as boing stolen from Wagner
llros . works oil Houston street and tn bits
were purcliused recently at Hlmeiidorf's-storu
on thu Main plaza.
The Itosettl-Uerhnrdc Company Again Pre.
sent Der Frelichueti to the
Tho presen(a(lon of Dor l'leischuetz In Tur
ner opera hall lust night wus not Improved by
tho ehuuges mado In tho caste. Tho Aenchen
of Miss Jcnulo Sehol. was very good for an
amateur nnd sho has a inoro powerful
voice than Miss Kill Purklss but she lias not
(hat clue which was associated wan tnu eliur-
acteron tho previous evening. Mr. Petrles'
Caspar was a very eureitu pertorninneo nut
Ii9 hud neither tho voice nor bearing of Profes
sor Harbour. There wns no ohangu lu (he
odier ehuraclers. Thero wus a good uttotid-
uncciind severui parts 01 tne 0era were voeir
erousl v encored.
1110 opora win 00 repeuieu lo-nignt ana on
Sunday. To nlulK Miss Kiln Purklss and Pro-
lessor Harbour rosinim their original charac-
ters und 1111 enjoyable performance may bu
Mr. Hbehardt wields (ho baton nnd Professor
J. It. Miller presides at the piano fortu.
Palno Mothodlst ehuroh Soledad street; W
J. Young Pastor-Sunday school at 0:30 11. m.
preaching by tho pustor nt 11 11. 111. and 8 p. 111
All nro Invited. Seats free.
ltellglous services rr (ho New Light lluptlst
chinch to-morrow . 1 iday school at 9 a. 111.
preaching nt 3 and 8 p. in. Subject Tnku uwuy
no stone itev. J. iiuuues pastor
J. W. Williams Pastor Prayer meeting at ti
o'clock a. 111.: Sunday school at 0 p. m.; prcach-
lntr nt -:30 baptizing ut 3:30 and preaching ut
;.iu p. m
Divine sorvlco nt Maeodonla lluptlst church
to-morrow. Sabbuth school ut 0. nrcuchlinr at
J und H o ciock. nev. 1. u. Jordan nt u nco
win nil (no piupit uuriug me uny. itov j. w
Cathedral of San Fernando Sorvlcoa
morrow Fenst of Pentecost. Solemn PontitU
en I high muss 10 a. 111.: Solemn Pontlllcnl
vesners. 7 P. in.: inuslu at high mass: muss in
G II. Millard ; OlTortory. Vonl CreiUor 81 Ir-
K118 Millard. A.J. II. Ilurbour Director of
A genernl court martial Is appointed to moot
at tlm headquarters Department of Texas San
Antonio Texas on tho Kith day of May 18X1
at 10 o'clock a. in. or us soon thereaf tar as
practical for the trial of Major J. H. Wasson
Paymaster Unltod States army
Detail for tho court : Colonel O. II. Smith
Nineteenth Infantry; I.leiitunant-Coloiiel N
11. uweitzor Higntn cavniry: i.ieutennnt-Lolo
....1 it nt t. --. .. T j - '
ant-Colonel J.' V Wadn. Tenth cava'lry: I.leu.
teuant-CoIcnelT M. Vincent Acting Adjutant
I Shiir .X m1 r i""! 'V."0!!'' Slx
Mills. Tenth eavnlry: Major S. 8. Summer
Klghth ciivnlry; Major J. G. C. Leo Quarter-
A irrpiitiir tiinni.nr if niiinor. ihnn
named cannot bo assembled without manifest
liijiiry to tho sorvlco.
prforiu 'd bv t obit'' (l. II. ltussoli. Nliitli In-
fantry Dupartniuut Inspeotor under vorbal
Instructions of April HO IBA'J apd telegram of
May i. IHftl. fdom tho Department Commander.
aro confirmed viz :
from tsan Antonio to Galveston from (inl-
veston to Mliienla. from Mlncolu to Port
Worth from Port Worth (o Sail Antonio.
The travel wus necessary for tho public ser-
vice. A 8TKANOK 1'ItOHl.lC.M.
ICrlenmeyer Rndcavors to Prove tlint
the Ancient Jews Were Left
There Is a new problem for the Anglo-Ii-
raclilcs. Were the ancient Uebrewi a left-
handed people t Dr. Etlenmeycr has just
given an interesting and learned lecture to
prove (hat they were. Most of the Aryan
peoples as we know write from the left (o
(he tight of a sheet of paper and their books
are so piinted as (o read in (his direction.
Most of (he Semitic people on (he contrary
write from the riih( (o the left of the naner
Hitherto thi very emphatic diflerence has been
simply teprcientcd to be a mere characteristic
ol Habit kept up by (he reverence for tradition
winch u so deeply rooted tn the bemilic mind.
It has never occurred to nnv one. so lar as we
know that the direction taken by the hand ol
a Semitic scribe in writing was due (o a
physiological cause namely to (he fact that
his left hand was his better hand and .was
much more ready and "dexterous" than the
hand which we Aryans call (he dexter. Dr
Ktlcnmeyer insists that the writers of the Old
Testament and probably the early Talmudists
after them naturally wrote with their left
hands and would have found it difficult if
not impossible (o write with (he other hand.
Hence it was only natural that manuscript
should (ravel along a line whtcn started irom
the nelit and ended on the left. Dr. Lrlen
niever savs that this hypothesis is not a mere
hobby thought of his own but that he has
found striking confirmation of the theory in
the Talmud. For instance he cites a passage
which insists that certain special prayers and
inscriptions are always to be written with the
rich( hand and not the left. The execution
of this exceptional prescription was a work o
time patience and difficulty and it is implied
that the process ot writing with the right hand
was a departure irom the ordinary easy and
natural way of writing. The learned doctor
also cites passages from (he Hebrew of the
Old Testament in which a particular stress
seems to him to be laid upon the "lelt-hand
edness" of (he old Hebrews. Jacob and Job
ne sas preferred to give tne pre-eminent ben
ediction with the left hand instead of the richt
Jacob "knowingly and deliberately" laid
his left hand upon the head of his eldest
grandchild. We commend the question to
tne Anglo Israelites. 11 they can prove that
the majority of Englishmen are naturally
elt-hanued they win he in possession ol one
more "identity." In that case we may expect
tnem (0 write their letters nnd print (heir mac
azines in future after the proper Semitic
The Divided Nklrt.
When a lady has once arranged her ideas
as to the eternal fitness of the (hings which
tier sex ought (o wear it is natural enough
that she should find a confirmation of her
views in the most unexpected places. Accord
ingly says the London Globe no one need
uc suipnscu 10 nuu uiai &u unpromising an
occasion as an actum lor damages in a rail-
way case should provide Lady Haberton with
fresh arguments in favor ol (he "divided
skirt " Fife apostle of (his IaUer garment
tinds in .the misadventure ol Miss llullock
who fell while alighting from a train at Dover
unanswerable arguments against the undivided
skirt. Uy wearing that abominable article of
dress Miss uullock like other ladies is
charged with rendering herself incapable of
making (ne "ordinary movemems ol the
body and having thus courted the accident
wh eh did her 13000 worth of injury. But
the "mere tumbling mass of loot; dranerv'
against which Lady Haberton proteits and
wiutu sue uumciuiiiuuuiy iiKcus 10 a luncic.
has some advantages which are not quite
fairly appreciated by (tie advocate at "ration'
al dress." The "tumbline mass held in fan
ciful positions" enables a lady to adapt the
shape size and outline of her raiment from
the waist downwards to any one ol the 1000
models which seem to her most becoming
1 ne more (he amplitude ot (he skirt Is re-
duced (he less wide is the scope lor diver
pence of taste; and it is to be feared that a
this must in the necessity ol (hings always be
so the sex which is born to charm will always
prefer the dictates of fashion (o all the argu-
ments adduced against it by the most rational
societies ever organized
George Kllot's House.
George Eliot's old house (he Priory
Northbank H:gent's park is now Inhabited
by Wilson Barrett the successful actor
the Princess's theatre London. In the Silver
King he is excellent and it Is surprisine
see this industrious and talented Yorkshire
man issue from the gable ended colTee colored
house accompanied by his huce St. Bernard
dog which emulates Mr. Du Maurier's Chang
in appearance with the air of proprietorship
Mr Wilson Barret has purchased this historic
villa and is residing (here with his wife who
was Miss Heath (ho well-known actress and
The Acme of P r.plratlnn
1 1.CUU01U mcyer me wcn-Knt
Leopold Meyer the well-known pianist
3ead- He had a certain drgree of executl
and elegance of touch: bu( (ht was all. I
waf.however well palronized by some aristo
cra.ic old ladie in Vienna an was Invitee
to play at court before the Emperor Ferdi
nand whose brilliant intelligence was not ex
actly an ornament to the line of Hapsburgs
After Meyer who is rather a stoutish man-
had played the Emperor spoke lo him and
.ajd "My dear Mr. Meyer. I hi ve heard
L'szt (Meyer bows low) I have heard Thai
berg (Meyer bows lower stilll hut not one
them penpired like you." Tableau.
LATI3 TKLUOKAPIIIO NKWH.
A Wicked Widow With Gun.
Memphis May 11. Mrs. Joh.t Ecnis
widow whose husband died in 1S78 attempt
ed to shoot Dr. W. H. Purnell a well-known
physician at noon to-day In the court house
claiming (hat he promised to marry her but
used to Keep nis pledge.
Verdict for the Dallas Dank.
N'sw York May u. The second trial of
the suit brought by the City National bank of
Dallas Texas against the National Park
bank New Yotk was concluded to-day in the
Supreme court the jury finding a verdict for
(he plaintiff for Sm.tjo.
Rochkstkr May 11. A lock-out occurred
at W. S. Kimball & Co.'s cigarette factory
to-day 700 f emale employees being refused
work. The firm thrice refused the ad
vance of 20 per cent demanded and fear
ing a strike refused to give the employees
woik wuen iney arrived at (ne lactory tlm
The Thompson Trial.
Cincinnati O. May 11. The Times-
Star's Harrodsburg Ky. special says: In
the trial of Thompson for killinc Walter 1J.
Davis the callinc of Mrs; Roth of the St.
Clair hotel Cincinnati by the defense to
prove the acts of Davis and Mrs. Thompson
was the signal for objection by the common
wealth to (he admissibility ol all evidence of
that character. Argument followed for two
Hull and High Wator-Carr Admitted to
Brackktt May ni Hail fell on the
on (he west Nueces. At Griffin water
was eight inches on (he level and in drifts
from four (o six feet.
The examining (rial ol Tames C. Carr. for
killing JcrryJHo'mes at Del Rio was conclud
ed to-day tn (he (.ounty cour( before Judge
Robinson and resulted in admitting Mri Carr
so $10 000 bond lo appear before (he next
term of the District court which was imme
Duel Willi Swords.
Chicaro May 11. Two German residents
C. II. K. Muller an undertaker and William
Bashorn both married men had a duel with
broadswords at Bownansville a suburb of this
city late yesterday afternoon as It is alleged
over the affection of a maiden. Six carriages
containing principals surgeons and friends
proceeded to the rendezvous. The under
taker tne challenging party was cut rather
severely about the head and cried "qui's."
Fight lletween Mexican and Indians.
San Francisco May 11. A dispatch this
morning from Hermosillo says: Colonel
Torres returned last night from the Sierra
Madres. He has been pursuing the Apaches
for 20 days. He found them entrenched In a
stronghold In the mountains and attacked
with 301 troops dislodging the Indians. The
(roops flanked (he hostiles charging their rear
a( (he point of the bayonet. The Indians
lied leaving II dead. Two soldiers were
killed and eight seriously wounded. Colonel
Torres says the Apaches fought savagely and
were armed wun repeating rifles. Torres
thinks (he Indian troubles in Sonora are ended
Troops have returned to Guayamas Monte-
zuma with the wounded and replenished their
Calcutta May u. A fight has occured
between the forces of the ameer of Afghanis-
tan and Shinwarris resulting in (he defeat of
the latter with 200 killed.
Paris May 11. The fact that Waddingion
will visit Berlin before he goes to Moscow lo
attend the coronation ol the Czar has given
rise to the report that his mifsion is to as-
sure Germany of the peaceful policy of
Shanghai May 11. LiHune Chano-has
been nominated to the chief command of
Southern Provinces. It is doubtful whether
he will accept.
Disturbances in wu lhang have been rr-
iresed and 35 leaders of the uprising have
Rome May 1 1 Archbishop Coke has
sent a communication to Cardinal Jacobin!
maintaining that his conduct in relation to thr
agitation in Ireland has been perfectly regu-
lar and (hat his object is not (o stimulate re
volt but to obtain tor the people right and jus-
tice. The explanation of tne archbishop la
not deemed satisfactory at the Vatican.
An Ingenious Love Letter.
The following letter was actually sent to a
young lady and not in sport either : "Pear
Miss t have been in love for you a long
time and take this opportunity to intorm you
a letter; and would ye like to cort for mar-
riage if so I would like to have you if you
are not spoke for. And if you are spoke for
is your ss(tr spoke for. You and she is both
so handsom it is hard to tell which is the
handsomis. I have g t a little farm big ennhT
to lin down on and don't you (hink 1 am
pretty good looking. I think you are very
good looking And if you want me and if
you don't want me be sure and answer and
say yis or no;"
The name of the reigning Queen of Mada-
gascar is Ranavaln-Manlaka. and thev sav
I uc is a very goon woman a uevoteu dirin
I (inn on) a human in I ... ! ...I...
- tian and a humane and progressive ruler
of I he trench covet her possessions and tho
I act gives her and he.r people anxiety.
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