The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 31, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-Ho. 51.
San Antonio Texas Thursday May 31 1883.
Ten Cents a Week1.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
a This company from this date will not lnuirtlo Insurance Oil and Puro-
llno for the following reasons: Insurance OH 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 Purolllio from sources where they
could buy cheapest without regard to quality. IiiBuranco Oil is simply
any quality ol Water White oil. Consumers llllVO HO guarantee of its Fire
Test or purity. Purolllio is simply any quality of 74 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies grcat'y in purity consumers should only buy under the proper name of 74 0 Gas-
oline and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
Insurance Oil and Purolllio 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 1)0 responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
IN AKV QUANTITY AT
ED. STEYES cSc SOIsTS'
Vnrds nt International and 0 rout Northern Hallroad Depot and Oalvcston HarrUburg and
San Antonio railroad track East Couimerco Street.
mi Gleaned In the Unlet Onrrlitnr. nnd
from Various Other Sources.
Mr. W. F. Adams morcbant of Now York. Is
at thit II ord.
Mr. C Charlton n traveler of Philadelphia.
Is at tho tit. Leonard.
Mr. Orav Nichols of tho Eden ltoutc. has re
turned from Monterey.
.1. Jnnhct. nrnnrlctor of tho Motronolltan. of
Houston Is rcglstorod at tho Maverick.
Mr. I). 15. llcntlr. a lariro stockmnn of Tom
rccn county Is registered nt tho llord.
Mr. V. II. Cnwen. n well-known cotton man
ufacturer of Atlanta Ocorgln Is nt tho llord.
Mr. N. M. Nowton. of Lnvcrnta. a well-
now n stockman. Is registered at tho Cen
Mr l'. J. Norton and Mr. .1. iinrucastie
nokineu of Alusoosu count t. aro at the Cen
Mr. A. T. Cascatt. a prominent grain dealer
f Iluftalo. New York. Is reclstcrcd ut tho
Dr. J. O. Shelby an old and honored citizen
i.inertv. is in mis city cn routo lor inu uur
Huns Mlokle." now of Chihuahua nald the
i.iniiT a can lo-uuy. .Mexico uasn t cuangcu
nunc a Dir.
Mr. 1'lncknev Jones. District Attnrnnv nf
Uvalde accompanied br Ills wife aro rostlmr
111 1110 noru.
Me-wrfl. Ilenrv Fuwootl and F. Lambert both
from Hampshire linir and. aro In tho eltv
seeking a location.
Mr. W. It. Wiseman nnd Mm. Wiseman in
old nnd wonthy citizen of WINon county are
rcKicverru lit uiu lvmmi.
Captain J. II. rolley. nccompanlcd by bis
mother Mrs. M. II. l'olloy from Floresvllle
oxas are inniting a oner visit 10 tno Alamo
ity. iney uro rcKistcrcd at tno Monger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Webb mid Mrs. .lohn A.
Webb nnd two children till from Austin are
stopping-nt tho Monger hotel. Thoy expect
to stuy several days and seo tho sights of tho
Mr. John Kenned r. of Houston nnd .lnmo.
Held of Galveston oanltalists. are iiiuklnir 11
tour through South Westorn Texas for the
purpnso of locating land und havo rooms at
At the Maverick nro John Helm. St. 1 011 la
. A. Morse. Jr.. Iloston: F. II. Wobstnr: Nnw
Orleuns Y. C. (frcory Taylor; Mr. nnd Mrs. Y
1;. Aiiirpnr uuiias; 1. wood nanus; M. 11.
ICcrliy l.ittlo Hock; Winchester Kelso Kugle
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 tell about tho I10S3 BAllGAINS to bo had at
taElogant Dress rjlnghnm at 1H. 10 and cents.
EST Langtry Dross Lawns nt 5 cents per yard.
CSrXuusdulc Illeachcd Domestic yard wide to.
FOUEST MILL 1JLEVCHRD DOMESTIC iYA S
J. H. MARQUART
Boot & Shoe Manufactory
1STO. 17 SOLEDAD STEEET
Opposlto tho courthouse la whoro you can trot tho beat anil neatest HOOT AND SHOE In San
Amonio ior inu icaai money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen
And In quality nnd prlcos dofy competition. Always keeps 011 hand a largo stock of
1U.AD1 ui Auiuiiiiu uuuua oi 111s own 111111.0 which win uo soiu ut uotiom prices.
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly done and satisfaction guaranteed. Glvo mo a trial.
J. II. MAB QUART Proprietor.
CARTER & MULLALY
Funerals Furnished With Kvory Requisite.
Special attention (riven to forwarding bodlos
to all parts of tho United States. 3ffTulephono
connection. Colls attended day and night.
Young Man t
Shako that old suit and call 011 J Joake &
Hons Alamo street and havo thorn lit vou out
in 0110 of those handsome $10 stills. You cun
also got a nice straw hat BUlit and neuktle to
In using Kuplon Oil you not only guard
your family from accident but also provldo
tho best and most brilliant Heat that any burn-
ing oil can yroutuoo.
Houston Street next to Dr. Horn's residence
FroDch Cooks-Europoan Plao
Wo ha vo engaged Mr. A loxnndor la te chlof cook
ortiioMungcriiotni. jukaIiH at allhouhs
I'auey and oxtra UlsucsutBliort notice und
11 rst-cluBS style.
ELEGANT I'KIVATK DINING ROOMS
OPEN WAY AND NIGHT.
Imported wines. Uauors and clirars always
MeKSrs. Allcnswnrth & Pon. contmctors. ar
rived In town this morning from Sablnul.
from whenco thov iro to Lulluir to finish some
grading. Their outtlt will bo horo this even.
uur. Tiioy roport tho country around Kubinal
to ho looking extremely well though thoy are
In want of rain. Mr. Allcnswortli. Jr.. ob
served ularro outllt returning from Moxlco
nut is uot note to say wnose it is.
At tho Central C. C Johanson. Hound Hock:
J. II. Wilkinson Urenhnm; J. Kennedy Hous-
ton; J. L. Morley Flatonlo: It. I). Shands
Austin; Andrew Purgiirson Iloernc;T. W. 1'er-
klns Lullng; G. W. Ijimar Junction City; K.
Stewnrt A. M. Ollmcr Klmblo county; Frank
Smith I.nngtry; F. Corboy Marlon; J. F. Ilar-
ris ceiruin; u. wiiiui' d j..ireuo; 11. 11. i.uiclns
Meyer Springs; Mao Stuart Collins N. II. Cor
ner Kiinnie county; jouh and vanco Duulap
At tho Vance hotol aro A. M. Xowlon. Ln-
vorninj w. t. ivrerzaigcr unuroau aiuu ser
vice; t. 1). renncl Hcguln; w. 1. Hamilton
UIdo rreek; F. D. Wilson. Concho eountv: A.
T. Lord Mrs. Iiord Camoron: Henry Clay
uouen now urieaus; i. s. .Muiion 11. u.
Ilroobrcs linglo l'ass; II. Scollehl Houston; D.
C. Newton. Sciuln; H. 1. Lowsov. San Aniroln:
11. t. iiurt nnu lamuy r rioiownimomiis i.nne
Itockchile: F. Ilrown. Moxlco: Monroo Tohv.
LiHredo; It. A. Harper Hondo city; II. II. Car-
micuaoi uanuern xcxas.
At tho Menirer Guorire Kocmer. flnlveatnn:
13. Halnn. Now Orleans; Grnv Nichols Kdon
Itoute; F. A. Cosjrrovo New York; L. 1. Mag-
nus. J. S. Moss. tit. Louis: I). J. Fallon. N. C.
I'uncr ucorgoiown; J. runner Austin; v.
Hallo l'iednia Neirrna: .I.JI. and Mrs. l'nllnv.
l'loresvllle: J. It. Swain. John Curlov. St. Louis:
james 11. 1 nomas ami 1j. m. wnoistono.
Aionzo j ones Montgomery Ala; J.w nmi
Mrs. Webb. Mrs. J. Webli nud two ckiMrcn.
Austin; P. II. Webb Now Orleans; J. L. Aus
tin iiicnmonu; i.. u. I'ayno ryew tiuxico; v.
usoruo uity or Mexico; r. M.iyconaru scguln
At the Herd Hotcl-W. F. Adams. New
York; Mrs. Kessley and two children Austin;
W illiam iuycrs noorue: v. 11. anil iirs. tiso-
mau. Lavernla: Mr. 11. A. M. Tlldim and child.
Miss Cora Good Van Alstyn; F. It. Logelbnck
nt. Louis; u. 11. iiourney.ir.iverrviiie; ucorgo
F. MeGhee San Marcos; F. 1 nnd Mrs. Child
v. smitii Lexingion .niss.; v. i-. .mcuiouu
Houston: j. 11. vurnor. Houston: u. t.. iient v.
Tom Greon county: D. V. Dolson. Uexar
eountv: M. L. llutler. Helena: T.J. M. Lee.
Elglu Texas: L. 11. Mltchel Scguin; Frank II.
and Mrs. Weleser Palestine; T. II. uowcii At
lanta; j. u. w. warren Atlanta; A. V. Uassutt
AIJUOST A FIHI5.
I'ollceman Abbey Heroically Slezes n Hum
mg llarrol and Kicks It Into the
This morning about 330 o'clock as Mr. Frank
Dleman n butcher resldlnv on Acoqula streot
was passing Soulo A; Williams' storo on Com
morco street bo noticed that something was
on lire In tho storo. l'ulllnir u
alighted and then found that a barrel was
burning no searched and found I'olicoman
Abbey who blew his whistle and then ollicers
Schwartz and Ilrown came to his assistance.
Thoy forced open the door und Abboy solzed
tno barrel pushing it away but wus obliged to
leave iro owinr to in neat. Airam nanus iou
It and again hud to lot It go when between the
two doors. The barrel was then a mass of
blazing nro and the heat nt this tlmo was so In-
tense that It scored the paint on each sldo
or me uoor nnu almost set ngut to tnein.
Abbey then irave tho barrol a vigorous kick
ana sent It Into tbo street whoro tho tiro wus
extinguished. Abboy's hands wero much
uurnea 111 irettinir toe narroi out or tno storo.
Tho barrel lu question contained sweeping
aim ruouisu una was leir. in ino storo uy mis.
tako. It Is supposed that it Ignited by spon-
taneous combustion. The dleooverr was a for
tunato one. because a trreut nunntltr of minor.
oils spirits and other Inllamable articles woro
In the store and if tbo building at once caught
nro no one can say wnataamago the uestruo
live element mignt nave aono.
A Fnltiirul liride l'rotests Her Ilellof 1
Uur Husband's Iunoceuoe.
YeBtorday Mr. George 12. llode tho brother
of Mrs. A. Clay Krnst neu Dora Swltzer ap
poured before Justlco Adam and made an affi-
davit olmrglug A.Clay Krnest with bigamy.
He stated that Krnst married lu Louisiana n
colored woman named Mary Woods und hug
tevorul children by her. He had not yet ob-
tained tho copy ot tho marriage certlllcato
but ho had seen the clergyman who married
Krnst nnd Woods. Ho again married Dora
Swltzer lu Ilexar county on tho fith of May
last. Krnst wns subsenupntlv arrested nnd
Jailed. Ho admits that for a tlmo ho lived In
concublifnao with W001I1 and bad children by
nor 1111 uenirs tuar uo tra ever married in
her. Justice Adam then required tho accused
to glx en $000 bond for his appearance but as
nn taiiou 10 givo 1110 oonu 110 wns sent to jail.
His second wife assarts that Krnst told her of
his connection with Woods and professfs to
havo faith In his Integrity. She Is much de-
voted to him and Is working hard to secure
his release. '
IIUltGLAHY ON MAllKUT STHRKT.
Some rersons Unit at llarginaun's Saloon
nnd Llbernlly Help Tlieinielres
Thl.i mornlug whon Mr. Gus Ilcrgtnann
came to his saloon the Old Hull's Head on
Markot street ho found that a burglary had
been committed during tho night. Tho facts
of tho caso appears to bo that tho bartender
closed tho saloon about 11 o'clock. Somo tlmo
nf tirwanl somo persons iwrforutod tho adobe
wan near tno nacK uoor. put tncir naiui
through. unfiiMoned the holt forced tbo lock
snd entered the saloon. They then went to
1110 casn drawer and toon out tno money ro-
jcctlng two dlsllgurcd dimes took other money
irom a cigar nnx at tnu nacK or tno bar ana
helned themselves llbonillv to clirars. tnbnecn
and beer. Tht amount of money taken la not
known but It Is sunnosed to bo about $M. It
appears quite cloar that tho robbery wns com-
iniiica uy somo ono wno was wen ucquainteu
wuu mo piaco.
icati: nucKNi'.it's cumu.
A l'rotty Yellow Olrl Walts on Mrs. Ttldg
1'aschnl unit Jtohs Her.
Knto Iluckner a comely yellow girl who is
single yot In n dcllcato condition was charged
yesterday beforo Justlco Adnm with having
stolen goods valued over $20 tho property of
Mrs. Hldge Paschal. The prisoner was en
gaged to watt upon Mrs. 1'aschal whilst sho
was sick nnu gave great satisfaction but sub-
sequently the goods stolen were missed. Sus-
picion was attached to Iluckner anil n search
warrant wns obtained. Somo of tho proierty
was then found In her possession and o'her
proporty glvou by her to Mrs. Ilrown was
iraceu. uu account 01 1110 gin a condition
Mrs. l'ascbaldld not want to prosecute but
Juilco Adam felt coinnelleJ to hold heron a
SLDO bond which was at 01100 given und tho
THE DITCH HK1UOK3.
Alderman Schrelner Inspocts. Them and
Condemns Several as Had nud
Tho onorgetlo nud experienced Alderman
for tho Second ward Fritz Schrelner accom-
panied by Street Commissioner Ilussl drove
around tho city yesterday to oxamlno the
bridges over tho ditches and found many of
mom 111 n can anu oungerous couuition. 110
instructed tno street commissioner to notify
tho rcsponslblo porsons to put them in proper
repair nnu 11 tins is not uouo 10 taao proceeu-
uirs agninsi iiiom.
Tho Alderman reports also that tho Street
Commissioner's work 011 Nacogdoches nnd
Austin streets is of n sutltfautnry character
and that tho Streot Commissioner s men will
shortly commence improvements on Llvo Oak
Tno tolographlo authority of tho 27th Inst.
granting 10 days leavo of absence to Sooond
Lieutenant Kilns Chan.ller Sixteenth Infantry
FortGrillln Tex. Is horeby confirmed.
Faragroph 1 special orders No. 53 current
scries from these headquarters Is amended to
direct tho Major of tho Sixteenth infantry to
proceed to Fort Stockton Tox. for station at
a date to bo Uxed br the Domutment Com
mander transportation to bo provided from
f ort uoncno.
llv Juuo the 20th uroxitno. Comnanr F. Six
teenth Infantry will bo relieved 1rom duty at
Fort Concho Tox. und proceod for station to
Fort Stockton Tex.
The post transportation at Fort Concho will
uo useu ior tue movement.
Tbo telearrauhln order of the 20th Inst. dl
reeling Assistant Surgeon F. C. AlDswortb
uniieu amies army to proceua 10 i
tonlo Tex. returning to Ids station c
commotion of the duty. Is contlrmod.
i tio travel is neceeutry ior tuu puuiioeervico
iiecruns james uonrun ano jnsoon ijownev
enlisted br the recrultlnir ollleer at tian An
toutb Tex. lire assigned to troop K Eighth
Hccrilit Conrad Grubo. enlisted by the re
cruiting olllcor at San Antonio Tox. Is ns-
sifKieu to company u minetoentn mrantry
Sonnet on the Death of Mils AnnU Augur
A sorrowing whlsDor reached the people's ear
Of one who lay in n'er-cndlng rest
And lull'd to peace on her groat Maker's
Wcop not that sho within an earthly bier
Is sadly laid but midst the sob and tear
Think 1 Think on her In angel garmoats
Chanting with orphlo notes amidst tho bloss'd
Who trend the Impcrlul star-pav'd heav'ns so
If doath brine irrlof. and pain nnd hltlnir woe.
Thoughts of tho life which follow on the
Impart n balm divine unto tho blow.
And modulates this sorrow-risen wave
Until a sweet ethereal calm remains.
And low wo bow to that which God ordains
J.t . is
Criminal Ducket June Term.
The following cases are sot for trial on tbo
days named :
Monday Juno 11-Stnto vs. Jnmos Tomlin
J. Martin et ill. Kate Wlso Vlo Horton Albert
Tuosday Juno 12 State vs. James Wood
wiiunm iiouoweii joo Johnson Jack wimn-
son. Gcoriro I'into. Jesus Zoneda. W. K. Book
Wednesday June 13 Stato vs. George Roddy.
r.. uuritauu 1 j. diuit William juarsnau e
'Thursday. Juno 11 State vs. John Delsltn.
John Callimhan Clemens Meyer and cases
!97 23UB 2101 2103 against keepers of bawdy
l'ubllo Schools Kxamlnntlons
Tho publlo examination of the public schools
will commenco to-morrow (Friday) at tho
ltlncon street colored school and continue
next week 11a follows: On Mnndnv nt. tl
l oiirui mini su.kiui uu iiicouay ab tno riura
ward school on wcanesaay at tbo Third ward
scuooi on xnursuny at 1110 11 ret ward school
on Frldar at the Central nnd hlcrh kcIiooIi
PnrcuU nud friends nro cordially lurlted to at
tend the exorcises or tno sevoral schools.
Tho hours of oxorclsea will b fiom Da. m
w 1 p.m.
TELEanAl'lIlC fiKU'S HOILED DOWN.
FOIIT WOUTH had a little flrn rrnlnnlnv. nnd
a smnll-pox scaro
TllEItK wasn cnnornl munonilnn nf hilalnnca
In Now York City yesterday.
Til K colored folks at Dalian nro ntumrin. tnr
n big celebration on tbo 10th of Juno.
TllR nrohlhltlnn tinrtv ro.tci-.la. nnmln....i
Irn C. Howard for State Trranrr r i.n.
LllitrrKNANT Cniim W n. WiTfiu-t
ActP g Adjutant General on Goncrnl Hsu-
cock's stnir 1 dead.
TUO.MAS C. IvINO. nn Knirllull lirnUnr. hi. a 11
npiicnrcd In Galveston. Another small-pox
case in Galveston; nlso n heavy rain.
MA1L1I1AI (loSI.INd left l'l I'n.n
with two prisoners charged with pilfering mail
matter nnd stealing Government property.
l'Ains Franco May 30-No serious fighting
ispxiK'Cted to occur nt Tonquln before tho
middle of June when tho French will be ready
to take tho olTcnslre.
I.ONIlON. MAV.:M.-In thnllnlianrrnm.nn.
this afternoon the bill empowering local au
thorlties In Ireland to Improve tho dwellings
of laborers passed to tho second reading.
LONDON. Mar 30.- The nnlnntnl Rnrf.tn.t-
will not irlve his sanction to the nnnoxatlon of
new uuinea ay ivuconsianu out agreed to al-
low tho cntnbirshment or English stations oil
tho coast of that Island.
Lincoln May 30. A preacher named llyrd
wns tarred and feathered by a mob nt Frank-
lin Nobruska for beating his daughter who
had Informed her motuor of his udultorlous
relations with other women.
Home Italy May SO. Peter's pence horo
continued to decrease so rapidly tho past few
months that an appeal to nil bishops Is being
Prepared urging them to awaken the faithful
to tho nocesslty of providing funds for tho no-
cesltlcsof tho Holy Seo.
Home. Italy May iW.-The Journal do Homo
commenting upon tho friendly attltudo Frauco
has shown towards the Vatican says a rupture
between France would deprive tho former. In
thoovont ot n trlpplo alliance of a great
sourco of strength. Sho must choose between
open war wuu tne Vatican and breaking with
TiiKiir. was a disastrous flrn at Lynchburg
Virgin!.. yesterday; over $M00C3 worth of
property destroyod. Five inenHalscy Gould-
man I'ollceman Vauehaa Felix Holder James
Clemens nnd Cnptnlu William It Mooro tho
Inst conductor on tho Norfolk and Western
railway wero buriod under falling walls of tbo
Virginian Duuaingnuu xiueu. it took sorcrnl
hours hard work to recover their bodies. Bus
iness was pnrtinuy suspended nil day and the
V.'.V. K"1""1 ":lr 'o iragio uentn.
While nnd colored mil tarr immnii wnrn
culled out for protection to property overy-
iiiiiik Liuim ... en. u iiuiiiruue(i uoniusion.
Insurance aggregates about S100.C30.
Tub United Presbyterians nt l'ltiahnro- Ma
cussod church muslo. Dr. Wallaco said : "Wo
want tho muslo of nature. Why not Introduce
water instead of wine Into communion be-
cause wlno is nn Intoxicating liquor. Wu
should as soon cull n halt In that as to muslo.
o see n person sitting bl a iittio box produc-
ing swoct melodies that haln the ulnirlnir. 'l-u
speaker admitted that tho church had u Dlrlno
wnrrunt ior tuo use or instruments nnd
quoted Luther and Jesus In support of his
position. Tbcsa authorities oltbor vlolatod tbo
law or recognized muslo us an Incident of
worship. Mho speukor concluded by saying
that ho wns not suro nn nnstrument wus any
assistance to tho service nnd for his own part
ha would follow the traditions of tho fathers
and pralso God with his voice; but at tbo aama
tlmo ho wanted the assembly to alvo them lib-
erty on that vuxod question. In other words.
to seo n common grounu on which to stand."
Tiikiik was a lam on tha nnw llmnllim
bridgo yosterday and many people klllod and
wounucu. mo iouowing is u partial list:
Dead Jesus Uazzarlno Hrooklyn; William II.
Craft. Now York; leaves n wifo nirt four rldl-
drcn; Maud Crawford barrah Hcnnesxey.
isii.a carter jersey uty; au ia Hing Hrook-
lyn; James O'llrien leaves a wife and four
children: Kllen ltlrrndnn George Smith Mrs.
l'.mmn sLorwood. llrldiro'liort. Conn.: Mn'rirnrot'
Sullivan unknown boy aboil' 11. Tho injured
Frank llossott Adolph HcschntT Albetlna
isonnoi oumuei uaiton uavm iicimoito. l-
ward Doborty Mary Distlor fatally orushotl:
Charles r.lburweln. Catherine Jones. Mrs. Mar
garet Gallagher Wllhelinla Lcow Llzzlo
i iirirn criiMicu unuucroiisij iiaroara uttln-
gor William Uxford T. li. Ualo Kiln Hequa
II. iicicnor lataiiy crusiioa; Thomas lllordan
Margaret Hran Mlnulo Smith Mat Stiles Mrs.
Llzzio I:rnlck. Andrew Tardy skull fractured
nnd dying; Mnry Thompson skull fractured:
Mrs. Charles Voire en. Edward Elect no I or ml r
unknown man dollrlous and bndly crushed in
tho New York hospital. The list will yot be
extended. It Is reported that many or tho
wounded and probably some or tho dead were
driven straight to their homes.
That Dag Ulp.
1'ollco Offlcer Abboy has a doc. Nothing
wonderful In that the reader "will guy. True
but there Is in tho dog. He Is a brown shaggy
little fellow named Glp as full of tricks as a
regular tramp. O nicer Illshop put him through
somo or his tricks this morning In tho pres-
ence of a LiaitT representative. Ho ran for a
nan uoimr tiirown into tno street and brought
It to tho thrower; ho round the same half dol-
lar when hidden and when tho same coin waa
nut on his noso ho threw It up and caught It lu
his mouth. The dog appears to bo almost aa
Intelligent as a human being and It is not sur-
prising to tlnd that Abbey treats it with tho
fondness of a child.
BO suits best UuefUinnel at $9 60 worth ?12 60
$136o"'' aW" cwalmtrt 10 r"crli suldnt
59R Plel'''1 hlrt?at M 25-(i mat batyitn.
$1 M " 2j-8okl everywhere at
300u')il(e shirts nt 05 cents worth $1 23.
600 while shirts at 81 25 icort h $1 60.
1CSi '"m amr.iei1 'toV hose 25 cent a jxtlr
worth 10 to 60 cento.
Aovtlilartcelvtaeveril week. Oome and iwst
1 a nit
Crockett Mock Alamo Plata
Of A Strasbercer t Co's. Snloou and UH-
Tho abovo firm invites nil their old patrons
and friends to attend tho grund ro-openlng of
their popular saloon nnd billiard parlors this
evening at 7 o'clock. A fine lunch will bo
served to all visitors. B-3I-H.
City Property At Auction.
Captain Hoosack will hold an auction sale of
city property lu front of tho llord hotol next
Saturday and If you doslro bargains bo suro
nnd attend. 5-3l-2t.
Clothing to Fit
Evoryhody from u2K year old child toan extra
8U5J8??n.?1uWt c''lon KocultfUoIm's uusj
P.nd. 811 Main plaza. 6-ll-U
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 31, 1883, newspaper, May 31, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162566/m1/1/: accessed April 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .