The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1, Friday, May 18, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I No. 40.
San Antonio Texas Friday May 18 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
KJrThU company from this date will uot handle IliHlinuiCO Oil and lnro-
II 110 for the following reasons: illHliriltico Oil Tank Go. who claim to own
these Trade Mark brands have not during several years past had any regular source of Oil
supplies but have received Insurance Oil and PurollllO from sources where they
could buy cheapest without rejrurd to quality. Intmriutco Oil is simply
any quality of Water White oil. Consumers havo no KUliriintoo of its Fire
Test or purity. 1'urolilio is simply any quality of 74 0 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great'y in purity consumers should only buy under the proper name of 74 s Gas-
oline and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
IllHUrailCO Oil and l'tirolilie which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co. has almost entirely stopped the demand but we wish to warn intended purchasers we
will not he rcsponnlhle for these brands. Very Respectfully
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
1. O. Ilox Tclephono 21)1.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Consisting of Framing Tlinbor Itoxlng Fencing Droniod Flooring. Siding. Headed Celling
ml Finishing Lumber; 11I10 11 full supidy of Dooim Sash Illludrf Mouldings. Shingles Droeeed
ami Hough I'lokoLs of all Pattern l'lititorlni; Lath Ilurhnd Wire Ml. veil I'aluts Ilulldum
Hardware ami ovcrytlilnir founit In a llrst-elus-) lumber yard. Wo nro prepared to lurnlsh
special inns 10 order ui snort nonce uoing connected wim onu m 1110 largest onus 111 tuo iaica-
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas I'ine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Hensley Manager.
ARE YOU BROKE ?
if So Call on J. M. liMERSON
fjr 1 Collateral Broto
No. 12 Solcdnd Street San Antonio Texas.
H7"Carrlcs n largo stock of Ulainoniln .Towelry Watches Clocks Flro - Arms nnd
General Merchandise. If Von want Bargains call on EMEltSON.
J. H. M ARQU ART
Boot & Shoe Manufactory
NO. lit SOLBDAD STREET
OpiioHlto the courthouse In where you can trot tho beat and neatest HOOT AND SHOE In San
Aiuomo lor mo iciist inonoy.
Employs Only the Best Workmen
And III quality and prices defy competition. Always keeps on hand n Inrjru stock of
1UJAIM iMAiMUl'AUTUIlUll UUIW9 0I 1118 own iiiiiko WHICH win no SOU 111 noiiom prices.
j?l3LL kiistjds of repairing
Neatly nnd promptly douo and satisfaction guaranteed (ilvo mo n trial.
J. II. MAB QUART Proprietor.
Houston Street next to Dr. Kuril's residence.
Wohnvoongitgcd Mr. Alexander late elilef cook
orthoMengcrHotcl. MEALS AT ALLHOUItS.
Fancy and extra dishes ut short uotluo mid In
II rat-clans style.
KLEUAKT I'RIVATB D1MMS ROOMS
OI'KN DAY AND NIOIIT.
Cirv Cflt.i.uoTOii's Ori'ici: 1
San Antonio .May J:. mi J
OWNERS OF DOGS
Aru hoiehy nolllled to oomo forward on
or bofnro tho and of Juno next and pay license
duo thereon (ftO cents tor each dog) In ac-
cordance with the ordinance as amended Juno
fi 1877 Doifi not provided with license tug
nttor the nhovo date will bo dealt with us pro-
VlUed by law.
You Will Find
Everything In gent's furnishing goods from the
cnuipeu 10 me nucst at woucn a ivoeiiigiieim s
Maui piazu. o-i
Ilniloraud engine 10-horso power used about
mrru uiniHiis. uvoryiniug complete. r-or
lurthur Information apply to C. Scblebol IK I
Avenuo JJ. 5-7-1
Latent Arrivals lit iloske'a.
Ainontr tho latest arllelcs Just received by
.i.iicsKo iv rfiiifli Alamo street aro laco cur-
tains from 81 K per pattern and upwards
beautiful patterns of Chinese silk at 10 cents:
an elegant assortment or torchon and other
laces; lino (lot man tablo linen In sets with
iiuiiu-worKoa rriugeu edging; silk grenudlnes
suicens8oiiu nnu uirgo uguros; iiiuiusomo mo
liulrBUiiimur nulla for 5 1U : white lawns am
Swhd (Irons uoods with einbroidorv to niatol;
and various art lolos too numerous to mention.
uur patrons and tho publlo nro reiiiesteil to
mil and i
Call unit I'rovo It.
In these days It Is important that our men
nnd youths should bu not only woll but cheaply
uicBfoii iuruioiippurei on proclaims mo man
out me iiuesiion uuse now can tins do none
The answer Is blmule. It Is iro to Wollson'
store and ho will lit all with tho best goods
that money can purebaso. In all eases pui-
uniisersarnsuro to tret tueir money s worm
and In many cases a great percentage will be
saved. There 1 n verv lino and extensive
htoek of goods to select from suttuble for ull
styles and all mirnoacs. Everything that men
or boys reuulro for wear can bo obtained ut
wounon BHiori' ami nurcnasers win nnu no
better market In which to buy t liolr clulhlnir.
boms Biiors imts sums iiuuer linen an
other iieocusltlet) of a llko cIutruotor
THE GIUtJIAN-KNQI.lSU KCHOIltS IlulldlnirrermlU.
"" . Bantlngo Vlllanuuva two lumber dwclllnirs
mane . "'" 'r ''J Cel.bra- t Bl(o of Sau
tloti and l'leaso Tbelr Friends. tlM
The scholars of tho GermHii-KiiKllsh school! n n Hnvl. 'ii. .
celehrntpd their twenty-llfth anniversary by
pIciilaatthoeprliiKS which was larvely at
tended not ouly by tho scholars but by their
klstcre cousins mid tholr aunts" nnd other
relations. Tho principal attraction was tho
May day celobmtlon which was very prettily
rraiiircd and well manasod. Tho fourth and
llfth classes crowned tho May Queen Ida Op-
penhcluicr. Her Majesty woro a very neat
white dress with a Ion if train and tho way In
which she handled her train was worthy of Im-
itation by many a fashionable belle. Her ad-
dress was woll delivered and dlsmaved con
siderable elocutionary power. The Queen's
crown boaror Minnie llallf mid sciptro
ncuier i.eonora sartor wero ncauy diooil
in wnito costumes ine uowors wero daisy
Heloin Klmendorlf: snowdrop. Clnra droos:
Illy Krncstlna Wehrhau. Tt By wero dressed
In white und ornamented with the llowers
which they repiesented. The rose was repie-
seiitnl by Minnie dross dressed In pink
laricton who Kmrofully presented the Queen
with a lino wreath of roses. Venus Mettle
i' ran was uresueu in n wnito uowinir robe
her hair was ornamented with iroldun ban
deau aud In her htind she carried the sceptre
oi iove. iiccortuca wnu partly colored rib-
bons and llowers. Cupid Adolpli ICraukaucr
was of couisc uttlio side of Venus; dressed in
ink silk thrhts. lie boro tho formidable
uiver decorated wmi rluoons. in winch were
the nrrows designed to niako the hearts of tho
vouiiK belles (lulver with tho tender passion.
Takluir ono ol theso nrrows Cupid aimed at tho
Queen oxclalmiuic ; "Watch out for heart
rairiiiioen. men camo womct viola iiuko
attired In Swiss costume cord train spanxled
van aiso spaiiKieu iasieueu at tue loreneiiu by
a star who Hew llttully across the scene. Tem-
perance. Anna Schultz. bearlmr a banner hi.
xcrlbed "I'cmporaueo" was there ami sneak-
iii qr oeuinii ner came llucclius Jueob
Wnelder. wearlnir the Ivy wreath.
nnd holdlnK n silver iroblct In his
hand Indicative of his character. Thorn
woro many other Utile maidens who strewed
llowers In the Daths of tho Uueou. All tunic
their parts well rellectluir Kreat credit upon
mi uiuiuiiiiy ijiiiiu Buiidiurs unu mo auillty ot
and deservedly applauded by tho visitors. It
win lonir uo remomuereu uy t no ecliulaisasa
red-luttcr-day In their school annals.
Ill tho eases of Corporal Thomas D. Garrett
Company C Sixteenth Infantry and Corporal
William ITesIer Company C Sixteenth Infan-
try tried before a trarrison courtnmrtlal at
Kort Concho Texas (as published In orders
No. lit Fort Concho Texas May 7 lfWJ) for
oll'cusea uroporly coguliablo under tho -let
article of war tho proceedings finding and
sentonees belntr Illegal for want of Jurisdic-
tion on tho part of the court are hereby sot
aside as null and void.
1'rivato James W. Turvov. trooo F. KluMii
cavalry now at Fort Mcintosh Texas will
proceed to join ins troop at Fort Clark Texas.
The Quartermaster's department will furnish
tho necessary transportation by rail.
rue teicirrapuio order o tho l-'th instant
llrectliiK Major F. S. Dodire. l'avmastur IIiiIIkiI
States Army to return from Ualveston to San
a u ton 10 i ox as is conuriueu. too travel was
necessary for tho Dublin servlen.
Tho verbal orders of tho Depurtmont Com-
manuer oi inu otu uisiantuircetinir that tho
olllee furniture and llxturesln tho l'aymaster's
ollico ut (lalvestoD Texas be shipped to the
San Antonio depot; that tho owner of the
bulldiiiK heretofore usod ns a Paymaster's
olllee ut Galveston bo untitled or its surrender
and that Ualveston p a paymaster's station bo
at once dlsuoutlnued t.ru continued.
Itcerult Francis 1'. WaUli.H.vteeutli Infantry
now at Fort Davis Texas is assigned to eom-
nanr K. Sixteenth infantry.
Additional recruiting roiidczvous nro estsb-
lisneu in tuis ucpartmeut as rollows: Forts
Ill-own Duncan Mcintosh MeKavctt lttutr-
gold mid Stockton.
Tho post Adjutants of the rvsnpctivn imam
are deslirnnteu as rccrultimr olUeors. nnd will
use ovury uxuruou 10 niaKe enlistments In the
vicinity of their posts to keuo tho niuimnnioa
ncri MiK "icicuLus i.cai-inu maxiuium us pos-
They will bo urn (led br tho lnstriiotlnn mm.
tulncd In parairrunh 1. ireuerul orJpra Nii.:t7.
aerivsuL iroi iruiu iuusu ueaunuurters.
tuo comtuaiiuiuK oiueer ut Fort Duncan will
lorwaru uiuuary convict Edward Van Martcr
lute pnvaie iroon (J. i.nriun a&vnirv. niw in
conllueiueut ut that poet under chaiiniufa
reliable uuu-coiuinlssloiied olllcor to Kort
Tho Quartermaster a dciiurtninntw 11 rnrnlsli
mo necessary iianspot ution.
UKTKCTIVi: llUOIIFa ATTACHED.
A Deputy Shvrlir Insists uu Taklue tho
Deputy Marshal to Sequin.
On Wednesday tho Deputy Sheriff of Ouada
lupo county cumo to San Antonio with un at
tachment UKaiust Deputy Marshal Hughes to
appear at Seiriilii to vivo evldonco In the ease
of a unin named Qulhujhor arrested hero for
stealiiiir u watch in Sequin. Mr. Hutches pro
tested that ho knew nothing of tho matter but
tue muru -nr. iiuKiies pruiesieu ino moio llio
Deputy Sheritr Insisted upon takinir him and
ycsiciuujr iiiuriiiiiK uuiu leu lor setruin.
wiieu -Mr. jiuirues arrived ne was
ublu to satiety tho authorities that
lie was not the man they wanted
Coy beiuir tho olllccr that had the. case. Ho r...
tuniod last nlaht. uud when intorroirated. said
It wus vory iinnoyluu to bo taken from his
work but ho had u Hue time of it he was woll
fod. He ulso spoko In grateful terms of tho
f rood meals ho had In thut city "And" sail
ic giving tho I.imiT commissioner u knowing
wink " 1 so enjoyed myself that I said to the
Deputy S hurl It that tho next tbno I requited n
square meal I should not object to being
uiiucueu uy uiisiilKO.
An Uucrateful Ituacal ltobi Ills Employer
uud Is Still c Large.
Tho Wasliingtou saloon L. l'olltzer proprlo
tor wus robbod this morning of SB5 In Amer-
ican specie $U In Mexican inonoy und $5 to $11
worth of mutilated coins. It appears that a
man had been working as a porter for tho last
fow months in tho saloon. The proprietor
had full cotitldcucu lu his honesty and lutcg.
ilty. Ho hid taken htm in when he wus
hungry und clothed nun and gnvo hlni - u
mouth nnd found him with everything. He
told the proprietor mat lie had saved M
far. Harlv this luorulng. ncrhans between 4
nnd fi o'clock ho entered tho taloon he having
tteo access to It and helped himself to the
contents of tho money drawer. The proprie-
tor oilers u rowaid of $50 tor his apprehension
und conviction. Ho Is an old until of about lit)
years. .Nimnr eoiiin ovarium out elthor hi
iminu or nuiivily. uu went by tho imiue of
"une iiomuro. vicgo uu uus snipped
ItxlC. south Bills of N'nhin itrnnt. nnstlmr tm
(1. 11. Davis luuilmr dwnlllntr OAr'M. Mnutli
pido of II Idalgo street costing $(00.
O. li. Davli lumber dwolllng ittxSi north
sldo of IIMalxo street costing SIU0O.
John Ilingratz lumber dwelling 20x west
side of Oakland street costing $1UU0.
juua nuryi iiimuor dwolllng IIX2X south-
west corner South and Indlanola streets cost-
Mmon do la l'eua lumber kitchen ilOMX) oast
Bide of San Halm ttrect costing $100.
Adolpli Herft". concrete dwolllng 60x1)0 east
side of Avenue C cnst'ng $1000.
Fred Mayer rock dwelling IlxSi eoutu sldo
of llluiii street eostlug JH'U.
Ill tho District court this morning Judgments
wero given for tho ptatntllTs lu the cases of
Urothnus vs. CoU and Underwood vs. lutorna-
tlotml and Oieat Northern .railway. All the
other cases wero continued or set fur trial lu
Jut Ice Ailain s court ye.tonlay I. N. luker
obtained Judgment for $.1 from J. Williams ot
ids. trading as the (Ireer l'atent Stone com-
pany. In tho detainer's suit of Canterbury vs.
T.T. Fields a writ of restltutlou was ordered
but notice of appeal wns given. Washington
I.lllut Rind John Petty fur nunecouiitnniouiit-
lng to $H(i: Judgment was given for the plain-
tiff fOr tluj.
Observations taken at Kll a. m.: San Anto-
nio barometer SD.TO thermometer 75; Concho
barometer SU 83. thermometer Id; Kugle I'sss
barometer W.75 thermome'er 70: "alvestou
barometer 2i)HB. thermometer 7li: New (Irloana.
barometer 'M.W thermometer 71: Memphis
baroinetor 2J.K thermometer Til; Shrcvcport
barometer SUM. thermometer 77; VlcksUurg
barometer i)0.U0 thermometer ?.'; Dodge
barometer MAS; thermometer SO. Statu of
weather lor tail Antonio clear
Messrs. O'Connor & Hulllvaii havo oonnod
their now bank In tho Merchants' ISxcuniige
building on Commerce street and are now
ready to transact nusiness. tuis is tho strong
eni uaiiHiug unu lit me siaui. i-u-llll
Cnurtslilp and 3Inrrluge.
ISLACK AND WHITE.
Mr Krmt No. 1 Appear! at the llreak-
fast Tablo of Mrs. Kmst No. S-Mensatlou
A man culling himself A. Clay Kmst a house
and sign painter of Austin reeoutly cams
ere. Ho mado tho acquaintance of Dora
wlUcr and on tho 5th of May a marriage
lleotiio was Itsued In tholr favor. Thoy wero
arrled and HvimI hminllv lnmllic .mill
Th u inlay morning when u colored woman ap-
iivaicu nnu turn a rciuurxaoie siory. nor
maiden name sho said was Murtlm Wnnhin.
ton that sho was married to Ernst In Loti-
niunu sevoii yeurs uiro ono child was the Issua
in i ih marriage i uen mere was u big scetio.
Ull mutHiv to avoid iirooi'iitlnn I'rmi ..
nl.od the claims of Mrs. Ernest No. 1. and
rrecd to take nor to Austin They went to
o International denot. but liefo. tiiti
Btarted Ernst was nnn est and tho black Venus
was coii'lderably left. Tho curiam fell on tho
urstuci tuo second act is anxiously awaited.
urnlalies a clear. brlghtllirht.Uchrvitnl whtin
In color Inodloits und tree from deposit tir
(.edlment. It burns frsely does uot crust tho
lok and Is absolutely safe. As nronf or llr.a.
wo refer to thousands of Umtllos who lm
used It for yours to their entire eatlkfaotlon.
Feeling miuii ;
Answer " Ves;"
l'apa too ;
" Splendid sport;'
t no loams;
" Lovo lost."
When you wod
Look ahead ;
TKLF.tSItAl'IlIU M HWH IIUII.KD DOWN
A cane of iuvenlle thieves arc at wotk in
The Presbyterians are holdinc a convention
A death from yellow fever is reported at
Lampasas is boominir and is cointr to build
a $50000 court house
Houston wants the next Saencerfest. and
another tiauy newspaper
A new court house to cost $20000 is to
be built in (.oletnan county
One of the Star route iurors took sick ves
icruay Kim mc uiai was temporarily sus
Proctor Knott a dark horse was nominated
lor Liovemor by the democratic convention
at Louisville yesterday.
PostmaUer Jarrard. of New Brunswick
turns up missing $10000 short and his
bondsmen are sorely troubled.
Trouble Is still brewing at Dodge Citv
Short says he will return and the citizens are
determined that he shall not.
The private bank of Eugene Angell of
Lansing Mich. shut up shop yesterday and
depositors are mucn excitca
A cyclone visited Denison yesterday an
demolished two churches and doing consld
erauie damage 10 oiner property.
The Arkans is editors were entertained in
grand style at Palestine yesterday with flow
en music speeches and a big dinner.
A heavy rain at Dallas yesterday interfered
with tne procession. Dallas was again
chosen as 'he meeting place ol the Texas
David Connors a railroad man was killed
at Uear irceK station on the Ualveston
Houston and Henderson railway Wednesday
The Mexican Government has cranted
oncisiion to the State of Mlchoacan for the
construction ol three lines of railroad to con
nect with the Mexican Central railway
At the Brewers' convention in Detroit ves
terday a resolution was adopted to emo'ov
Senator Vest of Missouri at an expense of
312500 to pteaa ine test case neiore the bu
preme court from Kansas under the prohibi
The Supreme Lodge Knights of Honor
yesterday installed the following officers ; K
11. cochran ot West Virginia supreme Die
tutor : F. P. Ireland of Nebraska. Sunremt
Vice-Dictator; F. D. Short of Connecticut
Supreme Assistant Dictator ; 11 F Nelson of
Ohtn Supreme Reporter; P. I. Ilreckenridi?
of Kentucky Supreme Treasurer; G. W
Holland of South Carolina Supreme Chap'
lain ! E. J D.tvenport of Minnesota Stt'
preme Guide; P. C. Carlton of North C&ro'
nd who will uso no other.
Effect of ISaiigs on (ilrls.
rom tho Wichita (Ivan.) Times.
Bangs on a girl gives her an unruly look
like a cow with a board over her face. Take
ib gentlest cow in the world and put a boatd
over her face and turn her out in a pasture
and she gets the reputation of being unruly
and you would swear the would jump fences
and raised 'merry Jiitles and you wouldn't
give so mucn ioj tier oy $10 only lor beef.
It is so with the girl. K she wears her hair
on her forehead or brushed back or even
had Irizzes and has a good look you will go
rour oouom unuar on ner and leel that she
s as good as gold and that when she tells
her young man that she loves him there is no
discount on it and no giggling back ; but
lane tne same gin wun ner iront hair banged
and when she looks at you you fell as though
sne wouiu hook ana you can't trust her. she
has a fence jumping look that makes a young
man leeias mougn nc wouiun 1 leel sale un-
less she was tied hand and foot so she
couldn't get out of the pasture. A girl with
bangs may try to be good and true but I t's
awful hard work. When she looks at her
self in the glass and sees the nuarter of fore
head she says to herself: ! am danger-
ous; they want to look out for mc." she
thinks she is all right but she is constantly
doing that which a girl with her hair brushed
back would not think of doing. The bang
girl may belong to the church and try to put
on a pious look while the hymn is being read.
But she will look out from behind those
bangs sideways at some meek and lowly
young Christian who is trying to get his mind
fixed on the hymn and he will get his mind
fixed on her and it will break him all up and
he won't know whether he is singing "A.
charge to keep Ih ave" or "She's a Daisy."
The bang girl may place her bangs down on
the back of the pew ahead of her during the
morning prayer and try to be good but her
corset will be too tight and as she hitches
around to ease the pain one eye will rise like
me m rning sun over the back ot the pew
and that eye will catch the eye of a young
man two seats to the right who is trying to
over his face with one hand while he tries to
keep the flies off of the pomade on his hair
with the other and his interest in the prayer
will be knocked into a cocked hat. The
banging ol a girl's hair changes the whole na-
ture of the little wretch and she becomes as a
gun that is loaded. You take a picture of
"bvingeline and bang her hair and she
would look as though she would "run at"
leople. How would Mrs. Van Cott the al-
eged female preacher look with her hair
banged 7 It is just the same with boys. You
take a nice pious Sunday school boy who
can repsat 300 verses of the New Testament
and cut his hair with a clipper and he will
iookiikc tug wuson.
How tu Open Oysters.
"Talk of opening oysters" said old Hurri-
cane 'whynothing's easier if you only
know how." "And how's how t" inquired
Starlight. "Scotch snuff" tmswered old
Hurricane very sententiously. "Scotch
snuff. Iiriog a little of it ever so near their
noses and they'll sneeze their lids off." "I
know a genius" observed Meister Karl "who
hasab-tter plan. He sprfads the bivalves
in a circle seats himself in the centie and be-
gins spinning a yarn. Sometimes it's an ad-
venture in Mexico sometimes a legend of
his loves sometimes a marvellous stock tran-
saction. As he proceeds the 'natives' get
Interested one by one they gape with aston-
ishment at the tremendous and direful whop-
pers which are poured forth and as they
gape my friend whips 'em out peppers 'em
and swallows 'em." That'll do" said Star-
light with a long sigh. "I wish we had a
bushel of the bivalves here now they'd open
Tlio l'ope'H Ncphoiv.
The approaching marriage of LeoXIH.'s
favorite nephew Count Camillo Pecci to
Senorita Uueno a wealthy Cuban heiress is
attracting considerable attention on the Con-
tinent The Count first met his future bride
at Seville whilher he was dispatched by his
uncle as bearer of a Cardinal's hat to the lale
Archbishop. A year or two afterward Senorita
Uueno and her parents paid a visit to Home
w here the young couple became engaged. The
lady is said to Tie very handsome and the
Count is young good looking and appears to
the best advantage in the handsome uniform
of a guardia nobile.
Douglas Jerrold was told that Rubens
could with a single stroke of the brush
change Ihe face of a bvuphing child into that
lina Supr-me Guardianj Lewis Wilson of bruth for that" he dryly observed "l ean do
Ohio Supreme Sentinel. It with a rods" ' w
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