The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1, Monday, May 21, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The S?.n Antonio Light.
MONDAY. MAY 31. 1S83.
largest and lPBt
assorted stock or Iji-
dim. Mlssot' tinil Chllilien'B
Shoe Slippers. Ties and tfardnls
ever nlfored before In tlioclty
ami would respectfully in-
lit" thu publluto cull
A 1 a in o
Tho dentil of moru children uro reported. V.
1lHllumud.i H months cholera Infantum; (J.
Hicks. II mouths during dentition; Alfred El-
bors. 1 days inauisiniis; Herbert llruekors-
ilortf 5 days trismus.
Tim Txr IMIIiirn.
A telegraphic dispatch Irom Laredo slates
that tho Texas editors wero henrtlly welcomed
nnd royally entertained In l-oicdo. A move-
montlsnowoiifoottogUo thorn u reception
on their retui n to this clt
Heal Kstnte Transfers.
Charles l'orfcrt to J. II. Copeland. lot n
block 5 south sldo or Lin mil street; 8200.
W. H. Kerr to Juan Jose Falcon city lot
west of the Alaiau ditch; $10".
Saw Maverick to Charles UoIim'. l"t on North
Floros street beintf lot 3 black U; $ I.H1.
The Medina Excursions
Several nnxlous Inquiries huto been intido In
rcspoct to the Medina excursions. In conver-
sation with Colonel P. II. Freer the I.iiiht was
Informed that It was the Intention of the 6un-
setrnllroad to run tho exciirsnnj during tbo
season but the date has not yet been tlcd.
Charlie Set 'Dm Up.
Mr. Charles Scabaugli representative of the
Fort Worth Stock Journal awl Gazette showed
theproper enterprise and liberality Saturday
night by having In woltlngnblg bowl of punch
and several boxes or olgnrs at the depot aud
Invited tho Texas cdltms to Join him to (rot
away with same. Tho Invitation was not de-
Wlmt tlie District Court Did.
In the District court the suits or Crowdus vs.
(Inlvcston Harriaburgund San Antoulo rail-
road Heuon vs. Ilonsnn anil Iickwood vs.
City dismissed. In the eao of Ciisiin ;yn vs.
Mussey Judgment was given for plaintiff. Mo-
tions to net aside Judgment In tho casus or tbo
City vs. L. and H. A. .Mitchell and tosotnsldo
dismissal In tlio case or tho City vs. Hernandez
In the county everything ot a vordant na-
ture It sulferlnir for tho want or rain. Evcu
the mesnulte is showing sigusof a droop. Corn
is commcucluif to tassel and If rain keeps
away another day or two tho crop will lie a
failure. Cotton will yield Just one-iourtli ol
last year. Small grain farmers grumble more
than anybody olio at the bad prospect. The
grass is gono to seed and Is drying up rapidly.
Accident to llrakeninu Day.
This inornlngas Hnikeman Day wuscoupllng
care at the Sunset depot one of the pins slipped
from his hands. He stooped to pick It up when
he was knocked down nnd a ear passed over his
right arm and loft hand. Dr. Ixwry was railed
when he found that the bones of his lett hand
wero broken and the tlesh much lacerated.
The tissues of the right arm were cut and
bruised but tho bono appears to be unbroken.
The CUrUs' Picnic.
The clerks of Mr. Wofson's store yesterday
i.. i.u ...... iin. inr-nml i
Mission plcnlckliiir. There were about 'M couple
in inocrowu uuu iiie iuuij wu.b n..
made the woods riug with tholr Jolly proceed-
ings. They danced sang played games and
ate lots or cake but didn't catch any llsli. 'ilio
iiartlclpants are all In good humor to-duy und
are already making airangcments to glvo mi-
other picnic. '
The Hen. on For Jt.
A party ot gentlemen were ancinblecl at tho
Menger hotel this mornlnr when a visitor
ealled for Monday's Express. "There Is no
Monday Express" was tho answer. "How is .
that" said the visitor : A prominent cltlcn
!sed that it was bocanse the evonlnar papers'
were not published on tliw night previous and
tbo Principal I fountain ioi- r.xpreis incai news
wastlius dried up.
Ue Cave Jlini the hlioe.
On Saturday night a man somewhat under !
. L ..j . .
tho Intlucnce of alcoholism went to C. U.
Frank's store on tho Alamo plaza.ind was at- .
ti.mlo.l to hv limilo Ilium. In I'ourse of their!
liuslnrss the man used Insulting language and 1
ni- .... rriiU-. i.nin.Pt ti Mr. Ilium. I
PlOOpillg OOWll mv. ilium uu 1110 n.ir
nnd seizing tho offender by tlio beard gave
him a seiurc ca'tlgation with the shoe and
threw him out or tne siore.
A Conslderiite llurglsr.
A petty thief entered the store of I.. II.
Thompson on Main plaza last night by break-
ing through tho window In the rear portion of
tho liouic. All tho drawers and desks weio
ransacked hut only about $2 in small change
wttssecured. The Crltzer brothers bad about
S'U) woith or Jewelry in snow cases but none
of It was touched. Mack the typo wns robbed
of u now nlckle which nan noon gout plated
and looked like - a gold plcce. The robbery l.j
tl.n nanli.lniia ulijiruotiiru who lulnir iirmmil tin
corner near by.
Tlie ladle und u-entlomen eoiiiiirMiur the
u.. i'.!.!. . .uj
v' . ' -.--..
out ou a rusticating und picnicking trlpytster-
dnyevonlng from tho roar of ScholU's garden
armed with several kegsot lamp's best. Inn-
ons sugar and len for lomoiiKde and a goodly
supply oi ciiiess luras auu uains auu o m.r
ien In tbe programme) the happy company
turned to the citrwlth tho unanimous ver-i
met oi Having unci a goou tune.
The Compliment to Miss Kmlly Weiss.
A moonlight plcnlo complimentary to Mlts
E-olly Weiss was given at Snn Pedro springs
on Saturday night and though not so larglv
ntteiiiieu as expecieu was an enjnyanio aiiair.
Among the ladles present wero Miss Emily
Weiss tbo Mlssos Smith. Miss Eherhni'dt Miss
Laager the MI.wlb Dukes thn Misses Wclluir
Ml Phlle Mrs. Whltholf Mrs. and Miss Min-
nie Hunter. Miss Dcrr Miss .Immcrinann and
the Misses Caldwell. Ion cream un1 cake wero
umi'I'uiI ut inldrilirbt Mostrs. ttarnnv l-'.iu.r-
hardt. F. J.Suhrclner and F. Oroickiir wero
the Coinmlttceo oi Arriiuguineuis. I
IMrney EUcrhurdt the LimiT tenders Its
rt;rC0urirsy jo rcrvseuiauvs.
urn by the lady . bora of ih.Pwnanr to ' " wlh rrgulur stock. Is only
thS'grove below r.emFast MiSuw?"!? VSwJwl'th" RJ7..TS XT? U" hi
was ono of enjoyment audit nnsin tbo late '"vr?ll w. 'h " V. ')rt mil'iT"u
hour of twillgh' when iMeetmr by Moonlight. g" ThTregoo
Items Olciinrd In tho Hotel Corridors and
from Various Other Sonrces.
Mr. J. A. Oirr stockman Is at tho Merger.
Mr. C. II. Mullaly loft far (loorgla this
Mr. W. 0. Daughcrty Shorllt of Trio county
Is at the Central.
Mr. I). K. I.timsden stockman of Sahlnal Is
at the St. Leonard.
Mr. Zonn Fielder stock dealer of Del III" Is
at the St. Leonard.
Mr. J. II. Owen a prominent man of Nava-
sola Is ut the Central.
Hon. Hutrh lliiclmnaii a Georgian member
ot Congress Is at tho Central.
Mr. John AdHms of New York a wool hiiysr
arrived nt the Monger this morning'.
Messrs. T. It. Hodgosiind A. Hous prominent
stockmen ot Gonzales nro at tho Control.
Kcv. E. A. llrlggs or Falrvlow nnd Dr. Mor-
ri of Somersot uroat tho Fannors' Home.
Mr. TV. II. Stout morclmnt and Mrs. Stout
or Ciiinibelltown are staying at the Central.
Messrs. S. I.. Mo' ulloch or Kingsbury and
(1. i:. Schmltt or Hondo Clly nro ut the St.
Major A. P. Carahsr. United States army
has arrived from Fort Clark and la stopping nt
Mr. Theodore I. Do Land Supremo Hcpre-
sentatlve Knights or Honor WashliiKton 1).
C Is In the city.
Mr. W.Dowcos and Mr. Harrison Btowiirt ex-
tensive stockmen or Somerset are Maying nt
tho Farmer's Home.
Mr. It. (1. Held Mrs. and Miss Held returned
troui Calvcston yesterday and expect to start -for
Colonel F. M. Oulterrer. and his bride have
arrived In the city to see tho bride's sister
Mls Francisco I'lores who Is very III.
Mr. H. 11. Itucker no ox-Hherlll Miss Itucker
Mr. George A. Goe and Ed Foillkes Inhabi-
tants of l'nrls Texas are nt the Central.
Captain II. F. Iliunnl stock dealer ot St.
Joseph. 5tn.. uccompanled by Captain J. fl.
Hnwiey of the same locality nreut the Mon-
ger. Mr. L. Gucrguln Mis. C. tluerguln and Miss
Adeline Gueruuln lett for Monterey Mexico
this morning whore they will stiend a rew
Joseph Knsmliisky a prominent citizen and
wholesalo merchant or Texnrkaim Texasls on
a visit to the Alamo city with his wile. They
ore charmed with tho city and may locate here.
Mr. II. .1. Lutchcr or tho firm of I.utcher &
Moore lumber merchants of Orange he Is
hern on bulucss In connection with the Calca-
sieu lumber yard. In which his linn have an In-
terest. He Is lit the Monger.
Major W. X. Mnriroc railroad contractor ar-
rived from the bne of in-ratlon In Mexico
vcslerdny and l at the MrnRor. He was ac-
companied by two or his adjutants George W.
Dumboll and .1. Itlchard Cortost Mr. ''or-
lce In hi turn was accompanied by his wire.
Mr. .Iiinltis II. French and his brother .lames.
snimorthe Major havo returned from Vlr-
iriut. ana an' siayinc- in meir lainer s lesi-
linuce. Mr Junius II. French has pasted ilia
theological Komlmtry Fxumliiatlon with
honois and Is now preparinir for examination
by tho Presbytery with a view to admission to
Mr. Oswald died yesterday from cancer.
Juan Harroni Sr. father of the Deputy
County Cleik U leported to bo dying.
Louis Scholhugen Is reported missing
mid some anxloty Is oxpiensod as to his safety.
-The ntlldavlts against Ein'mon and (!lb-
bons is again t-et for Krhby In Justice Adam's
-ThoTuruers and the members or the Ca-
sino had entertainment) at their respective
halls on Saturday.
-The lot on (lovernment hill rallied at
Struvc's on Saturday was won by M. citruve
for his brothorby a throw of 40.
The StM-ot Commlesloner's men are paying
attention to Vnlllta it root In view to putting It
in .i proper state. The Impiovciiient Is much
Mr. II llsnscliRo tlie popular Uru
Mr. H lUnschko the popular drummer.
ooptcd a poilthvi with Sim Hart oiir llvo cigar
ucnicr aim win oh piwdseu 10 hvo ins irieutis
ami customers In the well-known Main pliua
An advertisement in ono of the city impers
pulling Its Joli departuient. says: ''Oouiisk
paper Is never used by any printiiig oOico that
caies lor Its reputation." Well ofcourso not.
Course Is a good word but what kind of pnper
Miuld Confesses Ills fluilt and Is Shot by
Ad ices rrom Garcia stute tlmt tho gambler
.loliu Mudd bus confessed that he II red tho
lot mt kle(1 Cmrleg wicklanil and ex-
onorated his fcllow-prhoner Ix;ggut from nil
blame. Legcett w disclnirired from enstndv.
nnd the Mexican authorities at the urgent le-
iiuestol Mr. Ijiwrence Hynes of ijiieilo exo-
atfJli Miiddbyshootlug hl.n on Wednesday
It i etutod that Mudd was.u desoernte. un-
principled man and was tho leader of a baud
of 10 men who were nf tho kamo character.
"-i-vu ........ ... u.
For tho coming week In Children's Misses' and
Ladles' Hose. Wo have determined to closo
out tills department and would call your
rpecitu attention 10 ims saio.
5-liWf Nkwma.n & Co
Young -Mini I
Shako that old stilt and call on .1. Josko &
. Sons Alamo street and have them lit vou out
. ' i"osu nauusuiuv iu suns. ou can
' get a nlco straw hat shirt and necktie to
I Moonlight nt the Springs.
i TilCIO Is tint II tiller lllsco In thu eollntl'V for
pleasure and tnjot incut than tho San Pedio
l ppnngsiiaiK. J n Doituiiriil moonlight ulgliu
ndded to tlie frosh jK-rlumes or spring and
suiumor lloweis ami tho sweet inuslo as reu-
1 dered by tho Spring bandmnkoit tho ic.ill.ii-
tionot an CHrthly parad'ai. S-IU-tf.
' AN OUTSIHK ISSUH.
1 See What SO Will do Tills Week.
v!..!.! il!m nd rmmmlr i .
111 sell them tor one week all around ut
w. II. ril.l.HKH iliaillO 1'IUZIl
2) """ hhicfUimul at $ SO iooii J)2 so
.iT-l'"' f""eu r""'w' riei Iw wtl nl
Kl Phi rlol shirts nf $1 3T.ra orwtt lirual.
iXl ichlte nMrttal Uiciifs umlh SI 2S.
rmirhili-KhUtHiit 81 Si i((ifi J iiu
un diiti ii (pwirtl half Iiu ft" renu a ilr
XnnUtm ItirilVtl evrra in It. Ciitn nn.l
tfmrnUunth UieUitct rtulm ami Umtt inlet.
if.fi. Mlt KTS VUHUKY0K4 0.1SZ.3S
SIIKKP FOIl BALK.
Ono Lot IM Ewos.
" ' iO "
" iaio '
" " ltjiju Ewes nnd Lambs.
" " :umo Ewes nnd Wethers.
" " firyn Sheep with lease nf Itnuchc.
" " 7(XA) Sheep with leaso of Itanche.
CIIAUUT MOSS Ac CO.
WOOL COMMISSION IIOUSK.
We are prepared to rocolvo Wool on consign-
ment making Liberal Advancements on stimo.
CHA1IOT MOSS & CO.
Ml-tf Hnn Antonio. Toxae.
On sale u dark dun horse perfectly gcntlo
for .saddle single or iloulil l.Vli hands high.
A bargain. Aiply to Oeorgo H. Stumberg
South Flores street. S-15-tr
Euiilou Oil the family surety oil.
We have recoiled a beauttrul lino of Ladles'
Neckwear eomiirlslmr Collars. Fichus. Ituclies
nnd tho latest novelties Just out.
Co ben ft ICoeulglioIui
Exliililt tho Uncut lino ot balbriggan and lisle
Or their own Importation.
nieces ot l'ercnl. ono yard wide for Mi
cents former pi lee li'J4 cents ut
Ask your grocer for Euplon Oil.
n entiles variety and nil th latest st les you
11 n llnd at Colieu ' Koenlghelui's 'Mi mid Illl
Main nlazu. Mi-Xt
Ask oiir Brocer for Scolleld .V Tevls' Head
Light and Nester;
Itooms unit Hoard
'an bo had at I Pecan street near Episcopal
hurch. 5-1-1 m
.VI nieces White Linen d'lvlde. .HI inches wide.
at 10 cents a )iird. For two days only.
Ask Your (Iroaer
tho ciinviised Maumima Ham. Every
Two fiiinlsheil rooms.
Hargrov e's .10!) Avenno C.
Wantkii A good cook: irood wuircs given.
A null' Immediately at the Farmers' Home.
South Flore street. G-ai-tr
llmi.MSTO Hunt- FuriilHhed or liuriirnlshed.
with good galleries buck mid front aenr Mili-
tary pluza on stroet car Hue. corner lluena
Vista and South Concho streets. C--l-st
The finest lino of ulcco goods for tho surlnir
and summer to bo found lu tho Statu nt
l'AWCOABT JC SON.
2.V) nloces Ottoman ltenItlbbous.iilIsh.ides
Xo. 5 to N u. 4U ut -5 tents u yard at
' .Nkwman & Co.'B.
: LOW PHICES AND i
j PltOMPT DEMVEHY. i
Sui.LENiiEitacii & llAitius 407 Houston St.
Do Not be Deceived 1
Hut remember when you want to buy finest
utility of go ds nt reasonable figures .1.
osko & Sons uro ready to Illl the bill. '
You Will Find
Everything lu gent's liirnlshlng goods from tho
cheapest to the finest lit Cohen .V Knculghelm's
.Minn piuza. o-ii-ti
Clothing to Kit
Everybody from n2! yearold child toau extra
size men's suit ut Cohen & Koenlghclm's :ju
auu tin .Maui piazu. .-n-ii
Scntlold & Tevis nro taking tlie lead in coal
Silk gloves in colors nnd black lu 12 ciochet
ami muHiiictairc lorvu cents at
NEWMAN X III. S.
Euplon Oil Is niado from tho very bust
rude oil: Is double retlnod uud tree truui all
Special to Men.
What vou can cot lit J. .loeke i Sons: Thu
best 110 suit In tbo State: tho nicest straw hat
for thu least monuv : most exniilsilo ueuts un
derwear nnd furnishing goods ami at prieus
lenint Ktiiiiy low. o-;i-ii
Phrenology lit n Discount.
Don't waste vour moncv havlnir vaur head
examined but bring It with you next time joii
come to G II. Frank's Alamo storo and I will
lit It with n straw or felt hat elegant In shape
low ill price una u regular cuoiur.
Holler and cnglno lO-horso Power used about
tiirro inoniiia. uvoryiuiug complete lor
further Information upply to C. Schlebol lEil
Avenue 15. fi-7-li
lu using Euiilou Oil son not only guard
your family from accident but also provide
ino nest ana most uriiiiuui iiguiinataiiy mini
Ing oil can produce.
Form i.Aiioi: noons for rent suitable for
lawyers and doctors ollices. Imiulru at 4KI
ietrei iiiock. ri.pi-tit.
Tbo demand for Euplon Oil Increased IXJU
per cent iiunng tno year iwi.
Eunlon Oil was (list iiiiiiiufactiired lu St
IOUls. Mo. lu lsll uud not nil accident Is ou
record us liuviug resulted irom its use.
Tho verv latest In colored-bordered tiuadkei'
elilcfn nnd neckwear nt Cohon .V Koonighotiu's
;M and iiii .Main piaza. 5-it-tr
i'urnlshcs a clour brlulitllght.iielirvstal whltu
ill color liiodlous and lien Irom deposit or
bedimeui. it iiiimis tieeiy noes not crust ino
wick anu is iiDsoiutoiy sine as prooi mints
wo refer to thousands of luuilllos who have
used It tor years tn tneir entire sniisMctloii
and who will use no otnur. o-io-ini
Taken up and In city pound On cornor of
East and West Houston street on the l'th d ly
or Muy iwfl one Imy horwi brandol with u
spniiisu iiriinu ou ino ien suoiiiiior unit on tne
left hln u Siiiinlsh brand wlilbli will. It tint iv-
drcmed before sale be sold nt pulillo uutlon to
the highest Id bier tur cash at said pound nl
thu hour of 11 o'clock u. in. on tho -lib day ot
N. II lllds Ihwi than thu iimouut tlxud bv
ordinance will unt tie if eolved lorany aiiliunl
put up at auction pint siiaudkin
J. JOSKE & SONS
copil'tesJockot" China Ottoman Light Summer Silks
NUN'S VEILING from 85c. upwards with
match. Tbo best ami
tents' Boys' and
Cr7A flue nssortmont or I1LACIC SILK OKENADINES at fiOc. SATIRES In ulleolors.
EltSIAN LAWNS In ull tho Intent patorns. Linen I-awns Pcrcnls and Gliighams In
If So Call on J.
No. 12 Solcitad Street
CRrCnrrlcs n largo stock of Dinuionds
General Merchandise. If You want llargaliis
tanle s Fancy Dry Cooas Novelties
Ou account of u change lu my llrm to take idaco
duce uicrclinudlse on baud I
Greatly Reduced Prices !
"This spec'al sale to begin Monday .May 5
HUGO & SCHMELTZER
03IBKl2 STUEET SAN ANTONIO TEX IS.
SOIE AGJLNTS for
W. J. LEMP'S BEER
DRAUGHT AM) DOUBLE IMPORT IMTTIJJD.
fWThls llccr is niado from tho best Ingredients and warranted fron from nnv niimirion
THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES
At SIMON MOltUIS' to show tlio public tho latest stylos of GENTS' YOUTHS' AND
ClItl.imilN'S CI.OTIUNO. Also the most ulegant and complete lines of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That ever was shown In this city both in stylo and price.
Coinoand convince yourself. STIUCTIiY ONE FIllCE ONI.V. Ifo trouble to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street
AT THE OASIXO MAV 24 8:$.
"Fromenado Concert Supper and Hall by
tho Han Antonio Ilrltlsh Association. Tickets
$1 Including admission to the whole at Sim
Hal t's Itl'-cho's ItbodliisA: Tompsky's Alamo
Muslu IIiiuso Holland's Teu Stores of II Ky-der-Tnylor.
l.iniiT oftleo uud all uicinbers.
.Music by the lClghth Cnvulry Hand 8-ltn
CARTER & MULLACY
funerals Furnished With r.very Itequlslte
Special attention given to forwarding bodies
toujl paitsof tbo United Hbites. rWTelophono
coutioutlou C'tUlt attended day and night.
nil colors nnd iiinlltlos of Spanish Luce to
largest assortment of
San Vntonlo Texas.
Jewelry Wntehcs Clocks Fire -Arms uud
call ou EMElt.SON.
shortly und also for agreement made to re
now olfer tuy entire stock nt
to last :W days only
San Antonio Texas.
Wo huvo engaged Mr. Alexander Into chief cook
it luoiucngcriimei. juhaIiS ArAl.l.IIOUItH.
GLKGAXT PRIVATE IHMNli MUMS
OI'HN DAY AND NIOIIT.
iniportcil wluti Illinois and clgiini always ou
Houston Street uoxt to Dr. Hoi It's resilience
lronch Cooks-European Plan.
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