The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 23, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Liarht.
Vol. I -No. 44.
San Antonio Texas Wednesday May 23 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
JDThIs company from this date will not hlUMllo Insurance Oil and jPuro-
lino for the following reasons : Ilisurjuico Oil Tank Co. 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 PltroltllO from sources where they
could buy cheapest without regard to quality. Insurance Oil is simply
any quality of Water White oil. Consumers havo no Kliarautoo of Its Fire
Test or purity. Furolluo is simply any quality of 74 0 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great y in purity consumers should only buy under the proper name of 7i Gas-
oline and then be sure the goods arc guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality o(
ItiHUrailCO Oil and Purolilio which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co. has almost entirely stopped the demand but we wish (o warn intended purchasers we
Will not 1)0 responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
CALCASIEU LUMBER MD
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
1'. O llox 288 Teluphono 291.
KEKl' CONSTANTLY OV HAND
Consisting of Framing Timber. Iloxlng Fencing. Drosscd Flooring. Siding. Headed Celling
nd Finishing Ijtnnbor; also 11 full supply of Doors Sush Minds MoiililtiiKS Shingles Dri'ssod
nud Hough Pickets ot nil Patterns IMnstorlng 1ith ll.irlicd Wire Mixed I'ulnls Ilulldois
Hurdwiirc nnd everything found In a tlrst-oluss lumber yard. Wo are prepared to turiilsb
special bills to order at snort nonce ueing cotinoctcu wuu one ot mo largest nuns in 1110 uuni'
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. IJensley Manager.
m or nil
IN ANT QUANTITV AT
IE ID. STEVES & sonsrs'
THE LUNATICS OF BEX Ml.
They Were Culled on by n Dohemlmn
and He Telia What lie
' Two Tigers" Visited In One of the
County Hob I'iiui nnd C0111-
mlaorutrd. Wlrnt building Is this? " we nskod a limping
fellow who was loafing in front of n long rco-
tangular building about threo miles from
'It Is the poor house said ho. mo
had had n dusty walk. A rest was required
snd having heard of the celebrity ot the Insti
tution determined on an Inspection. 1 he
poor house has far souio tlmo been the de
posltory of lunutlcs of thopsupcr order of
lloxar county the majority of whom ouirht to
In the S'uto lunatlo asylum at Austin
where science humanity nnd enlightened
een'oeun be broutchtlnto use for their ser
Ice. Tlio lunatics domiciled In the poor house.
therefore wAs our object. Wo wero directed
tho guard Mr. V. It. Klrchnor who whs
having a siesta. Evcr thing was porfectly
Ht 111. It seemed ns If everybody hud been incs
merited into n Bunnell sleep or turnou uy somo
embalmer into nbsoluto mummies. We ex
perienced n most pnipublo ana singular still-
ness. Tho guard Jumping up received cour-
teously our apparent Intrusion nnd after a
cnur to uo sure mat wo wero compos menus
vciisen mmscii iorn lew minuios. Rim rc-
irnod wltli tho superintendent. .Mr. Josenii
Dvlnrochc. Wo Introduced each other nnd
initio to a perfect understanding as to our
visit lie volunteered as gtlldw remarking
that the lunatics were 11 queer lot. At llr.t wo
began 10 no uncomiorinDio owing to 1 110
thought of being among lunatics but
to tell the truth wo have roll more
uucomrortablo in tho presence of Just
one wild mortal 111 ino ueenruor a court limn
wn dlil nmouirst these Positively ccrtllled
lunatics. .Mr Deiaroch signified his readiness
nuil wn nrocecded to look nrouud. On n smnll
bcncli about tlireo and n null lect long under
the front gallery lay uu apparently young
mnn neurlv niiktd Ills head rested on a nil-
low. Ills minds were clasping or rathor cov
ering his iicuu. 110 nun no cunning 10 nm
wnisi;n pair 01 newiy inauo punis torn unu
iittcrou uiscinsmg tne wuoie 01 111s iimiu was
ilmmlv clnthlnir. He never looked un us the
Sucrliitendeiituccosted him "Iluve you had
your dinner'" "Vcs sir" sold he as alfablo us
u tootmun; unu 10 an appenrauco uo was as
harmless us a child -Mr. Dolurncho said that
when this mail sturted oil his frenzy lie shouted
and halloed and smashed broke every
thing we loimiis poor iciiow unu lurncit oil
tho gallery when wo saw a strungo
light There was a blind man mil and feeble
11 manhood's lust fituirfl He was inuklnir his
way to nn outhouse by tho convenience of a
wire placed from ono point to tho other A
ring wns outside of the wire and fixed to tho
man so that ho could pick bis wny with tho
aid ot u stick. A little stono was In his way
nnd It wus carefully removed. Wo watched
him pityingly till ho readied his destination.
wo 1 nun went 10 a oiinuing 011 1110 norm siuu
r tho stable and connected only ny a parti
tion. In u pen was laid 11 man. In tho prime ot
manhood on a heap or wheatcn straw
linny quite nuuo una uugusungiy uirty
Yards at International and Great Northern ltailroad Depot and Galveston HarrUburg and
Sun Antonio railroad truck East Coinmoroo Streot.
The best grades always on hand. Also Doors Sash Blinds
Mouldings Shingles Fencing Barbed Wire -Fence Posts
Newels Stair Rails and Ballusters. Our lumber is of the finest
quality and unexcelled. We would invite the public to ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere. Ed Steves & Sons
HIRE ME A HALL
I want to toll about tho DOSS I1.V11G AINS to bo hud at
A.m ISLAJHCKT c&? GO'S
tSElegant Dress Gingham at 7Mi 10 and 12J4 cents.
ST'Liinglry Dress Luwns at 5 cents per yard.
CSSTiOnsdalc Itleachod Domestic yard wide Do.
FOREST MILL BLEll'HGD DOMESTIC ftMfti
Boot & Shoe Manufactory
TO. 17 SOLEDAD STREET
Opposlto tho courthouse Is whoro you can got the best nnd neatost BOOT AND SHOE in
Antonio for tho leust money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen
And In qunllty and prices defy competition. Always keeps 011 hand a largo stock
JtliADV" MANUFACT 1111121) GOODS of his own make which will bo sold at bottom pi Ices
AJLTL KINDS OF REPAIRING
Neatly and promptly dono and satisfaction guaranteed. Glvo mo a trial.
J. H. MAB QUART Proprietor.
hud to say It wns. Ho ramblod away at a great
rnto and told us how they took crawfish out of
his mouth In old Virginia when lie wns In
slavery by pumping cold water down his
tnroat. lie men wanted u pass to gel out 01
hlsplneo of bondage. Wo told him those passes
bad to be sent f -0111 Han Antonio lloanpcarcd
satisfied ami bpggod our ncccptnnoo of one of
his quirts which wo raid we would cull for on
our way buck. During all this talk the other
niun maintained Hperiootiysionii countenance
not noticing anything but glaring nt vncsney
kitting on Ids naked haunches. Tho rJnpcr-
liitcndent said tbnt this 0110 was nworso patient
than Charlie. When ho had the frenzy on him
ho wag unmanageable and would yoll llko u
wild beast nrenic evory tiling about mm and
lcfek. brulso and bltn overvbodv near him. The
Superintendent seemed not to llko that biting
nrrunirnniont f r ho ssld houould rather bo
bitten by n mad dog. vt wero then showed
the prison where tho prisoners esupeil fonio
timo niro. una uieir mniius nneninni oven wo
remain of tho llro 'hev made to burn the din r
down. TIito r two good rooms lor
hospital purposes hut the surroundings
are abominable f r 11 fair recovery. Fancy
11 fovcr patient who requires quietness
move nil tilings ueing unturned ny
those howling mumc at all t mes nnd all
nniir". it must no ueain 10 otn'. ino nos
nit d Is W"ll kent! even thtntr U elemilv mid l
order. The rooms Hre large and airy mid e aeh
eiminin o gt ne"s it is no lunccuip in no
iiiiisc In the pmi'- limine IiimiiIiuI Said th
Superintendent "The mini who died In tli
eornerbed hit week I had to change his Inc
and bed dollies three times a day. You see we
must no Tieuiiiy 1 uavo an iheso rooms
washed nut every Puturday." After looking at
tho stabla and shed for the buggy and wugon
wo wont toward' tho main building. Charlie
mii9t huvo heard us. for ho veiled out at tic
top of his voice "Don't forget the quirt I" Wo
then went to tho sltilngruoiu which could not
be plainer or more humble. Thero is a large
stovo In tho centre iind two sidrs out of tho
four huvo boards for seals. Instead of having
he oxpenso ot II res in 11 dozen rooms 'he To ks
can coino in hero and all get warmed from one
source. Wo had an tntrodiic'loii nt this point
to Mr. l'hlllp Waller who evinced a teeling of
pride at being callo l the oldost pauper Inhabi-
tant 111 tho boor lions" IIh spoko of It ns nn
Honor unit nu nan urrivcu in me "seconu iouu."
Tho store room wns then visited and wai
tnund to bu kept In excellent order every
tlilnir in Its order and readv tc
tie ltivontorl"d."Tlio Siinorlnten lent showed
us shirts nnd Pauls of quito new stuff that
hml been torn bi tho lunatics. "You caiisee."
raid ho "what a lunatlo can rto twoshlrlsand
n pair ot psnis n nay. 1 euiri stunii 11 tiiey
shon was next vUUecl. hleh Is nreslded ovu
uy 11 .Mr. Ainon nupiH'riz. lie uvcruguB iu
iiC4cripuons n nay lor ino jail ami pnornouko.
the entries ill tho dlirervnt books uro ery
oxuet. One book Is well urnuigcd und
is seldom lefer od toby tho"locals. Iheheud
ingsrnuu "iiuuie "uisense uo'crui tieut
iiient." result nr treatiiient." "rumarks." Wi
then liivcstignted tho dining room kitchen
and stoio room. Kverythlng wus cleanly am
orderly. Kvcu I.ucy the lunutlo maid of all
work wnsqulet and subdued. The cooking
stovo is about iifeu up unu ought 10 bo ro
tilflf!d br a 11 w one. A little whitewashes
In this department would do no harm but the
BiipcruitciHicni siuu tney uau not 11 me. iuey
seem to bo short hsnded anyway. There is
n only of labor but It cuunot be utilized
man wus scut to dig a grave tho other day and
he broke live Implements at the job for tho
sako of 11 rest. "This is not a poor houso" said
the superintendent "It l a lunatlo asylum."
On the northeast corner of the main bulldlnir
thero was tho room of two lunutlo women ono
white the other colored. They hud got their
beds In Juxtaposition und we were told Hint
tnev were mo most lovinir counio imnirinauie.
Tlin fiiinorlutondeut Bccms to allow a little re.
luxation wnurn 11 uousii 1 intoriere wuu tne
d sciplino of the place and ho shows It with
this loving couple. Wu were about tired mid
went to seo the poor houso Turin which Is in
really good order considering tho destructive
nan storm. 11100 rn wus uciug irrigiiieu out
tho wntcr was couiingln slowly In tho trenches.
On Innulrlmr. It was found thut Crazy Marr hud
been sltllug 011 the sluice und had stopped tho
water lrom running. Wo wero told by the
Superintendent Ihuthn wns cliberdiownod out
or tne reverse 11 any 01 ino uinaiics wero noout
Unit ill t oil. Tho bathing pluoe on the river is
splendid und the folks me taken down Intro
weeaiy 10 ue cioauecu. no si wiy wuikcu u
to the lious. bade the folks icood-bve. uud
accomnanled by Mr. Ilunneriz narlot tbu wnv
hud a dusty nnd inltcrablo walk buck to town
A DAN'UKKOUa KlltK.
Some Cowardly Ineenithiry t'lrus the Glob
Saloon nnd Creates Consider-
Tills morning about S-MO o'clock tho Globo
suloon In tho Terrell block on Commerce
street was discovered to be 011 lire ami In
few minutes after tho llanies burst out into the
street. An alarm was raised nnd the Urn bells
called tho firemen to duty. 8bortly aftor I'lro
Company ad 3 and tho Hook and Ladder boy
wero at hand and the hne wns speedily ulllxcd
to tho fire plugs 011 the Main pliu 1. Tnu steam
ueing up inn ure company guiiuuiiy played
upon the roging clement although tliw heat
was at that tlm or the most Intenso
charnctor. The other II iu companlfH soon
nrrhed nnd then Willi a good bupp.y
of wuler they giudintlly subdued the lliv but
not bofore tho ground lloor and tho contents
of the suloou hud turn entirely ilcstroed. The
room above wusulso much dumnged nnd there
nro indications Hint the adjoining rooms over
Archer's and KreyHr's stores wero on tho point
of catching tiro. I'uul Anchor's Mock Is some-
nhat damuged by 11 1 0 und water but not nour
to tho extent of that ot Froyur llros. cm the
other sldo of the Globo saloon.
Mrs. Kreyorund her husband were neleepln
tho room over tlulr store whon the tiro broko
out but q'lickly etenped. Their room how-
ever escaped damage.
A large number of citizens ga'hcred around
the burning building nnd watched Kb progiess
with cousl 'oruMo interest. H10 crowd wns
considerably ugltntol by explosions consequent
upon tho overheating of the limo stono of
which t ho saloon walls uru built.
Tho labors of tho tiro comiuiulos nnd the trnl.
laut behavior was a thomo ot pleasant con-
versatlon. The extent of tho loss is not known but It is
suoposed that I" is fully covered by Insurance
In convolution with Detective Hughes tho
LiiiiiT commissioner wns informed that theio
wero dlslinet truces that th saloon hud been
deliberately fired bv some neison or nersons
unknown. Strnngo to eny n slmllnr nttcmpt to
Texas Killtora Entertained IVIth n Fine
Free Lunch and Lots
ATatarworks The County Court
Slowly Progressing Incom-
Special Correspondence Son Antonio Light.
LAitiiuo Texns May 21. The Texas Tross
association wns received here yesterday by our
citizens with outs' r tched urms snd a warm
and Hpproprta'o reception wus tendered them
both hero and Ht Governor Hunt's eoal inlnsi.
to whl' h latter place they were conveyed by a
prclnl train furnished by Colonel llunrcr-
ford General Superintendent of tho Hlo Grnn-
ib' and I'ecos railroad on lionrd of which C W
lleekiiisnn the llvo louil agent of lem ' St.
Miuis neer mewing association had 0 kegs of
ee beer on tap Teo a water to all At ths
11MI leines a mo't eicrlli nt liirnkrnst wus
pr'-iel for this groat body of Texa heraldry
'it.u mu. ntiu nmcreu ucep no.
til th- fnee of the cneliis w..t l.i
the depths of Goernor Hunt's Inexhnustlblo
ei'iu n gioii" unu uner 11 unci cxpionittcin at
the same the pari)' at 2 o'clock returned to
the city wbcro they were metnt the depot by
nil the busses and hacks and 1 lie best bund in
tho city nnd wbilo tho bund accorded many
sweet tunes such ns "Heboid 1 tho Conn 11 or-
Ing Hero Comes" "Dixie" etc. they wero nip-
Idly conveyed to tho Temple of Justice whero
refreshments consisting of n nioft excellent
dinner champngno and cigars was bountifully
' "!" " user uie reinninuer
if tho even nir was snent In the ronanmtitim
of tho sparkling clinmpagno und the delivery
of many enthusiastic speeches. At 7 o'clock
iuey nepancii nu 11 sH.'ciai train provided by
Mr. Lister the General Munerlnteinlei.t nt ih
Texas and Mexican and Mexlcun Nutlonal rnll-
way lor .nonicrey wnero tney will be met by
11 reception commlttcccotnpojcd of the Stato
ofllcers of tho Stuto of Nuvo Leon uud
n-l'iYCvriii'iiinj UMliOOS or mill Oily
our worlhy Ileprcsentuttvc Gcncrul Snntos
Ucuaviilcs having telegraphed to tho Gov-
ernor at Monterey Mexico 10 embrace tho
WOIIK ON TUB WATEIl WOHKS
Is progressing and by tho first of tioptember
we are promised n full supply of this much
needed urtlclo ut greatly reduced rates.
COUNTY COUIIT 13 IN HUSSION
but ns usual but little business Is dono when
mu regular i uugu is on mo bench. It was only
recently that u pct'tlon was in circulation
signed by every lawyer at tho bar except E. F.
Hull requesting his honor to resign but tho
Judge most emphatically declined to do so.
IIo slid "the bar did not elect hlor" No
greater Mibllo curso can ho dill any commu-
nity than to bo saddlod with an Ignorant In-
competent Judge; though ho bo over so honest
his decisions at heot must bo mere mutters of
guess work. When and wiierevor such in
herent ignorance presides on tho judicial
bench tho administration of justice becomes a
fnrco and mockery und who wants to risk his
important legal rights on tho cuoss of mieli
A littio blanket wus carelessly thrown over his
lo'nundn bojst could not havo hud worsoquar-
tiTx. The Btraw nnncarcd broken und worn.
as Is seen invariably In pig pens tho atmos
phere wns close unu smeucu iikc a menugorio
car. The superintendent nskod him how lie
tn ttn-uavr i teci nrettv trnou. wncre is
vour wnlklng stick?" said bo. "I'llbrlnirlt next
time ' was mo reply. ncn nre you going to
iico Oueen Victoria?" nskod the suncrlnteu.
dent Informing us that this man was au V.a-
gllsbman and that ho claimed relationship to
ner majrsty. -i suuu see uer io-morrow
said ho and ntlcr more Incoherent cxprctelous
ho said i "I llko tho Islo of Man vot well
and I think I shall scttlo there: I want somo
water." Tho superintendent ordered a mnn to
brlnir wator to tne poor reuow. wo wero sl-
lcntlv looklmr nthtm und ho broke out In
pretty good tunu "lo tmnks and braes of
llonny Doon" mixed up with "And for Anula
Laurie I'd lay mo doou and dee." Daihlng a
tear away wo approached nn open sheet In
front with obout a ton of straw heaped up and
broken smnll ne animals are accustomed to lie
down on. This wus shown to us as tho bed
ehnmberof the lunnllo women und a beustlv
piaca 11 was. vt o wure going uwuy waen mo
superintendent showed us how thoy nseended
tne ion ny pulling emniy uour uarre s ono on
th(other. They sonutlmos rumble utiout'tlio
grounusau nigiic yeumg niio wuu uuuuais
and sometimes they get outside on tho road and
rumble us fur us tho hrldire. Tho Sunerlntond-
ent then told un Idiot to go and take tho mules
to wntr no sum mat sometimes when ho
sends this chap on an errand ho will forget all
about It and ho will sit down iu ono nluce uu
hour at u II inn till he Is reminded of Ills dutv
"Now jou will seo tho two tigers" said the
Superintendent ns ho led tho way across tho
yarn to u now oiinuing. vt o nau a curiosity to
seo thoso two tigois and It was soon satisfied.
Ihey wero thero suro enough and they wro
not ''snumod. They wero docilo at the present.
Ono of them wns Iu the nearest corner to the
door and tho other was further off In another
corner. They woro both nnkud and shackled
by iron rings around their ankles und bolted
with iron rivets. Doth sat on their huuncues
glaring vacantly und abseutmliidedly. On' of
thaiu tho Superintendent called Charllo uud ho
was ery talkative. "Havo you found uny
gold yet?" asked ho. "No but I have got
somo quirts and rooks." His quirts consisted
of pieces of a tattered iiuitr which ho kept ull
the timo twisting und laying tho strands ho
made to one side. IIo put the rock tbu slzo of
n pigeon's egg on tho top of his pllo. IIo was
u mlddle-nged man wl-h well-developed mus-
cular limbs of med tun height und u good-
uumureu countenance lie was uuny in
tho extreme ; straw was absent from tho room
for sanitary reasons. Thousands of bits of
blankets and oullls wero lavlnir around: tho
wulls woro unwhltowuslied and tho Hour was
momer cartii. ino pince wmcn mis neon
built recently mu woll ventilated but It bade
dcllunco to the stencli which wus rcully suffo-
cating nnd overpowering. Are those two men
human beings? If they ure Is It right to ticat
them nsbensts? Is the county poor house of
Hoxur tho place to feed olotne look situ- the
well blng tho Personal cleanliness tho gon-
cral comfort niivslcal. mental and moral of
our Insane? Let our Intelligent citizens go 1 llro tho sumo building was made u short time
and sco for themselves. We euw enough to . ago. Thero cun tin no doubt that If inuuh
cry "shuinel" on tho system that Is compelling wind had prevullod and tho lire company had
un unfortunate classof our follow mon made I not been promptly on hand tho tiro would
in mu imugu in uicir jiuuur iu uucuiuu iuwr nave ucon un extuusivo one.
than the nnlinnl. Charlie wus tulkntlvo. Ho . . .
looked Inquisitively at us uud told us with pot Improvements!
Kiwii vuiuuui'j uiai uu wan iroiu vilKllllll
no uvea in sun Antonio no had u wugon
TKLEGIIAI'IIIO NKWS 1101LKD 1JOWN.
TiiEHKwas a light frost at Uutchlns. Tox..
TilEitEwasahalf Inch of Icoat Dlxin. ill..
MliH. WALK.Kii.aire 00. wns frlsrht foil v inni
In her bod ut Tylor yesterday.
An election on prohibition Is to bo held In
Gonzales county on tho lGtli of Juno.
l'UANK ALimtOllT. a moulder neelrloneiv
soriously shot himself ut l'ort Worth yestcr-iluv
I'iieii llllOWN wus vestordav thn Sllceoaafol
bidder for the deaf nud dumb building at
Austin at $58070.
Leo Newman a watchman for llllmnn &
IaiwIs. of Galveston was arrested veainniut.
charged with steiillng llvo barrels of whisky.
I.KXINOTON Ivy. May 22.-About600de'egatcs
to the Stato Kciitiblicun convention wl.n.l
sembles here to-morrow have nrrlvcd and nro
uusy cutivussing ino situation.
Kx JubOKCnKBTEit II. Kiium n prominent
lawyer of St. Loul. has turnod up missing.
Ugly rumors nro utlunt that hn has lost con-
siderublo money of late at gambling.
Tim So promo Orand Lodg of tho Good
Templars aro holding u session In Chicago.
Tills lompcraeco organization propose to
mnkotholr inlluciico felt In political cloctlnns.
New YoilK. May 22.-TIip fotirtccuth games
or tho 1 llll-rd tournament was won b) Schao-
ferln tho lfllh Inning. Score Scluicfer 00:
overngo lu the best on roc rd ; best run 41:
Dion 207; average. 5 17-50; best run 28.
Hue destroyed tho carriage manufactory of
Hurd tc Mason last nlirht. In lionet. I ..
atiout S2'.J0 fully insurid. Joe Clode n
soiing ur man jumped lrom tho llrst story of
tho building to escaiith fulling wulls and
v.iis 4eilouly Injured.
At Corpus Cbrlstl the colored nennln nm
gnulzlngu tire company. Tho llerdlo Conch
aompuiiy lust night commeneod their sorlusof
promi'nndo concerts. Thirty Mexicans who
were ut work on Aransas puss quit bocuuso
the work wus dangerous.
FiiKDKiucKRiiunn. May 22. Forty-live rct-
rans of the Thirtv-tlrst Pennavlvnnln nrrl i
to-day nnd aro visiting tho old battle Holds.
Thev wero received by many Confederate vet-
erans with u cordial weloome and given hoa-
piiHuiu aiiuiiiiuu uy me citizens generally.
In the six day bicycle nice at Chicago yes-
terdny the contestants were: Loutso Armondo
c haniploii lady bicyclist; William Woodslde.
cliiimploii of Ireland nud W.J. Morgan chsni-
idon or Canada. Scoro first day Woodshlo.
Ill miles and nlno Inns; Armcudo 143 rnllts
und 12 laps ; Morgan 142 miles and six lups.
Mkmimiis May22.-aoncnilfhalmer8 arrived
5'J.1.8 m.)r.'ltnr w'"ir to rumors aliott tho
Chief .of I'ollce arrested both ho and McOulo-
way or tho Appeal. Each was mndo to glvoR
bond or $1000 to keep the peace. Tho com ct-
Itlvo drill tnkes place nt Nashville to-dny.
Tho Houston Light Guard aro umctng tho fa-
vorites. NEWOHI.UAN8Mu.v22.-Davld Tevdd.sou ot
Justlco'Iodd. or iIih Supreme court nnd Jos.
Lovosy of tho Mascot fought a duel this
morn ug iienr tho city. Alter exchanging
harmless ehots ut 15 paces both parties de-
clared themselves satlsflod. Tho trouble grow
nut of articles published in the Mascot rcUocU
Ing on Todd's fnther.
Arrangements havo been made by tho mill
und four mules and ho could load the wairon tary authorities for tho payment of $41742 M
with silver mid tin dishes. Ho hadn't seen his forthol".20 bind required for post Improve
family for two months but would see them uiont ill i.ocoidauco with tho Judgment 10.
1111 to-morrow 11 no couiu get a puss. 110 then ' cently rendered against tho Government. It pe nio of the ut
Crnptlco Ctastro aged 08 died yosterday from
Hnrry llrlnkinnn nged 81 years died last
night It; Pantei ltosa bosidtal from
vuuauiiiiMiuii unu uas ueen buried nt the er-
prettily lie hud
ua II wo did pot
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