The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 55, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 5, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Ai I mako a specialty of r.stabllshod January 1878.
sold by all nret-class dealers. C J 8aa Antonio Texas. Clears Tobao-
om mi u.i. in... co nnd Smokers' Articles whnlcsalo
SIM IIAKT Main Plaza. nnd retail.
Vol. I.-No. 55.
San Antonio. Texas Tuesday June 5 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
BThts company from this date will UOtllftll(lIo IllHUrailCO Oil and Puro-
lino for the following reasons: Insurance 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 PitrollllO from sources where they
could buy cheapest 'without rctrnrtl to quality. Insurnnco OH Is simply
nny quality of Water White oil. Consumers Imvo no (ruurautOO of its Fire
Test or purity. Plirolllio is slmpiy any quality of 74 0 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great'.y In purity consumers should only buy under the proper name of lJT4 0 Gas-
oline and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
IllHUriluco Oil and Puroliuo 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 bo responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMP'Y.
I nniinrn 1 Miannrnii
eutviulii; LumuLii ::
IN ANY QUANTITY AT
BID. STEVES & SONS'
Yards at International and Groat Northorn ltallroad Depot and Galveston Ilarrisburir and
San Antonio railroad track Fast Comtncroo Street.
CALCASIEU AND LOUISIANA FINE
THE THIRD .WARD SCHOOLS.
rofntsor Itote nnd Alderman Ilelknnp Ac
companied by the l'resa Make
Their Annual Vliltittlou.
a Light Records the Progress That 1
Hade and the Frollclencjr of the
Professor Itote accompanied by Alderman
Belknap attended by tho representatives ot
tho local press visited the Third ward school
in order Unit It might be inspoctod and tho
pupils oxamlned and oxprcsscd themselves as
being much pleased at tho result of their visit
Tho pupils of Miss Stollo in tho Klghth grade
wcroof tho youngest class but passed their
examination very satisfactorily.
Miss Hetty Drowetcr's pupils In tho Klghth
grado also did well. Her roll of honor shows
the names of Mary Ilodo Hobecca Deutscli
MatnioClilV. Kate Ilothwcll. Louisa Schllck.
Dora scncinagcn. jacou iiuuro i;rucst Do Ar-
niont uugeno i.a iieaumc jonn aenrund
iiuueri ocuiisuor uenry Jiiuyer isoauvais
Miss Monfuilvatirn'fi nuniU In thn
Hovemn grnuo passed n vory sat-
factory oxamlnation. Mabel itrlirirs.
Minnie Sclsbv Kate Hannlcb Laurn
Hlockinlus Ida Bennett Benjamin Hoc Gustav
Aiuciicr Herman .iiuenor Jonn uoodtiody
unriiiHii jHiuneti ana ucnrv a zner uigiiti
miss Sampson s scholars or tho sixth and
Seventh grades wcro examined In spolllug
reading nrltlunetlo and geography. Tho still
1110 Biuuios or 11. r.uer wnion naornoa mo wall
nil luo prinuniroi 111101 uoouiovo ana ltoliert
?nrr Wftri verv prnfUtnhlo. A rilnlno-iiM Th
School Girls' l'ruttlo was excellently dollvervd
Dy miss nemo uuew anu ituttio 1'reseott. tuo
roll of honor or tbo class Included llettlo Chow
It. Filer llattle Prescott Emmctt Ayoock
Mottle Feathers and llenrv IlnllT.
Mrs.IIunns-Murpliy's room was prettily doo-
urutcu. nuu is an experienced leacner. nnu
her pupils dlsplayod considerable ability and
proficiency. Id the studies ot zoology the
pupils showed that they had a thor
ough knowledge of tho subject. Tho
recitations wore uy 11011a Do Armont "Some-
nouy says; Annio iiausor smuo 111 u tea;
Zulcnla Garcia liettor than gold and Arthur
uiinniinejCK-in-ine-uoxrcro well uollvored
Tho roll of honor for this class names Lona
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 the BOSS BAHQAINS to be had at
TSL JkJEXJXT deb OO'S
tSTElogant Dress Otngham nt 7 10 and conts.
EfLangtry Dross Lawns nt S cents per yard.
t.37lonsdalo Bleacbod Domestic yard wtdo 9c.
Yards for $1 00
J. H. MARQUART
Boot & Shoe Manufactory
NO. 17 SOLEDAD STEEET
Opposlto tho courthouso Is where you can got tho best and neatest HOOT AND SHOK In San
Antonio ior mo least inonoy.
Employs Only the Best Workmen
And In quality nnd prices defy competition. Always koops on hand a largo stock of
misaux UAfl ui Aui uuuu uuuus oi ma own iubko wiiicn win uo Bold at oottom prices.
AX.3L. KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly dono and satisfaction guaranteed. Glvo mo a trial.
J. H. MAB QUART Proprietor.
Funerals Furnished With livery Requisite.
Spcoial attention given to forwarding bodios
to all parte of tho Unltod States. 2rTelephono
connection. Calls attended day and night
By a teaohcr who has hnd 18 years' experience
In Mllwuukeo.Wi8.11r.tnohes taught: KNGLI8H
Q BUM AN SPANISH. 8FHN0HHIAN PHN-
MANSHIP MATHEMATICS unit BOOK-
KF.KPING. Tornisllberal. Private instructions
In abovo branches. Also French at pupils' or
HOIIEUT 0. UAHDENWEHPEH
20 Villtta west of South Alamo street two
blocks south ot poatoflloe H-Om
Houston Street noxt to Dr. Herd's residence
Wohavo engaged Mr. Alexander latochlcf cook
oruio.Muugcruoioi. .ni.ni.a atauuiiuuicu
Fancy und extra dishes ut snort notice and
ELEGANT PRIVATE DINIXG K00MS
OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.
Imnorted wines llauors and olirars alwavi
Items Gleaned In the Hotsl Corridors and
from Various Other Sonrcas.
Frofossor Lowonhoet. of Moxlco. rests at tbo
iiuiiiuuu. Aiiuu uinciic. junn iiausor ma
Haucb Zulema Clarcla Emllo Conrlng Charles
Hone Herman Ilorwlck nnd Frod Lovutt.
Miss Crldor presides over the studios of the
Fifth irrado. and tbo uuulls wero ornmlni'd In
arithmetic reading language problems dic-
tation and geography. They answer readily
and showing that they had n good grounded
Kiiowioago or budjocc in wmcn nicy wero ue-
lng examined. Almallarry camo forward and
well rocltcd a patbetlo poom "Only a penny a
box" In such a manner ns to bring tears to tbe
eyes of some of tho visitors. Her
principal scholars on the roll of
honor aro Aurella Harry Isadora Lowensteln
Itare Vaudgot George Harry Edith Dlmullno
A. Lyons and Arthur Caldwell.
Tho rooms were In somo cases tnitef ullr dee.
orated and bouquots of Hewers adorned tho
tauics anu woro presented to the onicial visit-
ors and to the press. Tho children luok very
olean and boalthv. Au examination of the
copy-uooks. maps ana uruwings wero sumclcnt
to prove wnai was otnorwiso inuicatcu tnat
tuo pupils nau maoo satisiactory progrcs.
Tho teachers entnnlained tlmt nlthnucrli thn
Janitor ot tho school houso had received duo
nonce tnu rooms nau oniy nau sucn cleaning
as tho tcucbors and scholars had boen
able to glvo It tbe Janitor having
neglected to olean tbo. On Friday last
wuust tne c niiurcn wcro in scnool aim Miss
llettlo Ilrewstcr temporarily absont wator was
thrown down by tbo Janitor's daughter and
tho children asknd to clean tbo room. Miss
llrowstcr very properly refused to nllow thorn
to do this saying It was not tho children's
nlace or duty to do it. And sho loft tho walls.
covered with dust and cob-webs as tbev an-
I'l'iuuu iiruay in uruur mm iuu uxailliuers
might seo It for themselves and tako steps to
unvv mo hciiuui pruperiy uieaneu.
AT T11K llOTKLS.
A. Harden Texas; J. II. Smith C. Smith
Waeldor; James Smith Gonzales; C. Morris
Mniriro. iiciiiiihls National railroad: A. MoICco!
I). it. McCorinlck Del llio; C. C. Akus Kagle
Mrs. Clarko and child Victoria; J. Murphy
Dallas; II. M. Mclntyre Now York; W. Walkor
Houston; T. Zlllncr Now Orleans; J. Frankel
jMcmnnis: j. mconam una Mra. Mcpimtn. iiur-
falo; Miss TfaUon llulfalo; Mux II. Mayer
M. Malx New York; Mrs. John IT. Cross
Memphis; J. V. and Mrs. Abratus with children
Uvalde; Stacbelhausen It. J. Hoaenthall La
u range; u. von mtisrsioin rreuerioksuurg; it.
G.Hubbard Texas; II. N. Kldls Austin; j'olni
Hancock Austin; A. L. Posen Galvoston; T.
u iOiiuor uircuo.
J. D. Caldwell Hound Hock; C. Doevnor
Llvorpool; John B. Wilson Johnson vlllo Ills
J. O. Smith Selma Ala.; Wilson Chllds West
Point; Madamo Demonden St. Louts; W. Jen
kins Columbus Ohio; T. Buchanan Haiti
more: W. Hill. M. 1).. Montreal. Canada: O. T
u insion jjarcuo; J. ii. uann taiiinr; u. j and
j. uannonmam ocguin: e. a. uonzaics Mon-
terey i. iiuunuiunai raicstino; j. a. ivirn
Patrick. San Francisco: D. C. King. Interna
uonai aim ureat jNonnern rauroaa; Jonn
Chonnovlllo. Austin: II. Newbcnnv. John W.
Payne Kansas City Mo.; S. W. Ford Gaines-
ville; J. II. Thompson C'ouliulhi; J. L. Tbatchor
a. a. iinwaru r.i raso; u. a. uauson Jiion-
toroy; Frank Collins Guerro Mox.; O. D.
Fousor Jry Taylor Toxas; F. E. Hamilton
uaivesion; u. i.oiigicy oi. iouis
J. It. Itudley Houston; J. W. Dovorcnux
Pleasanton; B. Surbeck Docrno; Jamoa Gill
Pittsburg Pa.; E. P. Ilolllngawortb La Sallo
countv: P. Slakerr. Galveston: J. Harrell
Luilng ; Mrs. Honlov nn1 son Miss Mao
Hweoney ungiana; j v. jjumont i.ivo uaK
county; it. it. L.owry.tsnn Batia; u. i. woou
Goliad: Dr. John illschyak. St. Louis: J. J
Dickson E. Klstlo Manslleld Ohio; J. S. Mo-
Daniel J. 11. Smith Jewett; L. C. LaQaloln
Hockdale; James 11. Old Wichita Falls; J. C
Kuyklndol WrlghtHborn; J. Hath Galveston:
It. Holly Jacob Hedy D'banlst John llowlos
W. 1). llowlcs Uvaldo : W. Jackson Fori
Worth; (1 forgo Malone Kansas city; Thos. V.
Adams lloxar county: Henry Lubychs Lords
Tho Honorable J. H. Davis of Sun Franuls-
co stays at tho I lord.
Mossrs. John and D. Hulls sheepinon of
Uvalde stay at the Central.
Dr. John lllschvak. a wall known nhvaielan
of St. Louis Is at tho Central.
Mr. T. S. Smith stockman of Atascosa coun-
ty with his sister aro at the Central.
Mr. I). H. McCorinlck nn oxtouslve cattle
man oi nci wo is at tne vanco.
Mr. J. C. Ktiykcndal merchant ot Wrights-
oorougu is staying at mo uentrai.
Mr. 0. Doevcnor from Liverimol Is on
tour through Mexico and stays at tbo Hord.
Mr. C. J. Pilgrim editor of tbe Gonzalos In
quirer accompanied by Mrs. l'ilgrlm Is at tho
Mr. E. A. Gonzales son of Mr. flntiznlos Tro-
vino. of Monteroy Mexico Is registered at tho
Mr. John W. Payne representing saroral
largo Hour houses of Kansas City has rooms at
Messrs. J. S. MoDanlel and J. II. Smith
prominent citizens of Jowett aro registered at
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Barklr. from Nashville.
Toon. are in this olty and intend making it a
Mr. A. MoKcc a big stock man of Del HIn Is
hero to attend the coming Wool convention
anu registers ni tno v unco
Mr. Thomas Cooolaud. father of Mr. John II
Copciand tins gono to Wichita Falls where be
is ui meet ins sou inomas nnu locate
Mr. A. C.J. Itosonthal. of LaOramro. and Mr.
S. C. Patton of Hallettsville both members of
tno legislature passod turuugii tno city on
ineir way iu aubiiu
Mrs. John A. Cross of Westerly. Itliodo
Island n daug liter of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. Monod
formorly of this city camo here on n short
visit stopping at tno .Mengor
Tho Hon. John Hancock" member of Con
gress eloct from this district arrived this
morning on tno uirouo train nut lelt the olty
wy next iruiu wivuuut slopping
Mr. CO. Hubbard a well known wool Inner
representing the houso of Denny Hlco & Co.
wool commission merchants ot niston re-
PllOVIDEFOlt TUB INSANE AND. SICK.
The Connty Trying to Persuade the City to
UoTlieir Ditty to the Unfortunate
and A filleted.
County Judgo Mason :has addressed a Ict-
tor to tho Mayor nnd Aldormon of tho city of
San Antonio In which ho states!
'I respectfully submit to your consideration
the accompanying copy of a Judgmont ren-
dered in tho honorablo District court of tho
county of Bexar against tho olty of San An-
tonio and rospootfully request that your hon-
orable body will tako early action Ift carrying
niitthe said decree. The tlmo has now come
mivii uiuru m an impcraiivo necessity to pro-
vide for tho pauper sick and for tho lunatics of
thn county inasmuch ns tho Btato refuses to
assist lloxar countv In thn mm nf ti i..o
The county hospital Is over-run with them
u m ivi.uwiuiuiuiura navo oitncrto
bo conflnod In private families at the risk of
doing serious Injuries or to bo shut up In tho
county Jail l nvorablo nnd oarly action is re-
quested by tho county authorities."
Ayuuiupiiiiyiiig mis lettor is n eertlllcd copy
of Judgment that tbo case of thn County of
Hexor versus tho City of San Antonio was
inou ui jury nnu mat. tne jury returned the
"We. tho Jury llnd Judgment for tho plaln-
il!lJLJ.0.9.".lnt' .r BexarMo tho umount of
J30.000 (thirty thousand dollars) against tho
dcfondint (tho City of Snn Antonio) tho
muiiyi iu uo ojiicuucu in i mi erection oi ana
furnishing a mnnual labor tinnr linimn. imnu
of correction nnd hospital as sot forth In tho
pinion i uo suit was Drought uy tho County
of Bexar to enforce tho contract mado with
tho City of San Antonio nnd Judgment was
entered In nccordnnco with tho Jury's verdict
on December SO ISttO."
LI OUT SPAUUS.
Trains are all on time.
Tho town council hold their recriilnr inner
ing hi i:ou tins uitornoeu.
Eliza Skolmitn. nirrd 1.1 mnntbs. dlid nf
unuKiiig cunceniruieu iye.
Thoro will bo Drlzo ton-Din rnlllnn- nt Nlir.
gll's garden to-morrow night.
Tho nnino of Mr. E. J. Oniric wns ninlttml
iroui me iisi ui grauu jury men yesieruay
Judiro Paschal was bitten hv a water mnn.
uiuiii BiuiKu uu nuiuruay out is not seriously
Tho City Comioll meets to-nlirht when
nusiness ot an important character is ex
The I.tnilT thnuks the ladr who sent
bouquet to tho ofllco. Her roquest shall bo
At Bocrn's storo tills tnornlnir n Inrirn
amount oi cuceso was cnnucmnod'Uy the San
iiary i-oiicumau ;ur. ii. uppcrmann.
Tbo shower this inornlrnr. thouirh lirlnf.
i u eiucmiu sireui spruiKier ana nau
vivuying eui'ci upon nature.
Tills morning tbo City Collector has been
setting tbo lands of tho delinquent tax payers
iur iuo yeur 111 iruuv ui luo court uouso
Arrnngmcnts has been mado bv n few bnv.
and girls of the Third ward to bavo a private
picuiu ui iiie ouiuuo uu ounuay Juno 10.
Mrs. Oeoriro Howard. llvlnn- on North Plnrna
strcot who has been so dangorously HI is we
uruK"" uuar uuiiir huu umiy improving
C. M. Wl moth. of Da as. w in hmlMn
preaching In tho city for tho lust week will
prcucn to-nignt at Travis park on tbo subject
Tho several tiro comnanlss. nnmnnalnir thn
lire ucparuiieiit oi tnis city win noiu tuoirreg'
uir uiuiuuiy luuuungs lu-morrow ovoning
o ciuuK ui inoir rospeutivu nnus.
Wondors will nover coaso. Mr. nhnrloa
llerlfs big dog caught a rut yesterday tho
Unit rat ho has ever caught and ho has boen
trying to catco mom iroin tno aay or Ills Dlrth
Judgo Mason has written to the Mayor and
In District court au-alnst thu cltv In l)ninminr
1880 by building a $30000 hospital required by
.Til ltni- CI n lnihnn.'. ..1
breaking loose ato the corn which lay about
luujaiutyauyuiiu Aiuui lum ueuiu ensuou
at - o ciock tins morning mucn to the grlof
ius unurr m nuuui n was very uear.
Tho practico of giving dogs polson.nnd then
niiuniiiK niuiu iu uiu iu nguny oil 1110 puuil
streets is much condemned bv mnnv. it I
wureo sun wuen me carcasses oi poisoneuuogs
aro allowed to remain on tbo streets for some
-Lost nitrht an emnlnvonnf tlin Adliitunt
General's olllco while attempting to step from
tho wooden foot rath on to thn aliln walk liv
Hlldoiheinpr's store on Avenuo D wbcro Sev-
ontu streotcrosses it stumbled and hurt him-
self considerably. Ho was mirfoetlv snbnr nnd
11 wuo uuureiy owing in ino root piuu not Do-
ing continued up to thu side walk. A hollow
decline la loft botween tbe two. so In tbe dark
this becomes a dangorous nuisance. This is
not mo oniy case.
While walking along tho banks of tho river
It has been noticed that tho woods and bushes
irom notn nanus aro oxtondlng towards the
centre or tne rivoranu thus unpouing its cur.
rent. In so dolnz it collects all tho rofusnmat.
ter which otherwlsn would hnd nn nutlet nut.
of the town and no doubt te a oortaln extont
sowing tne seed ot tne malarial rovers that
nave rooontiy prevailed in tno town. Tho
tentlon of the uroner authorities was drawn
tbls last year and remedial measures at onco
adopted. Wo nro of opinion that tho city au-
thorities ought to send parties to Inspect and
report upon tuo conumou or tuo stream.
TEI.EOKAl'HIC NKWS MOILED DOWN.
TllK Kllluhts Of Pvthlun Inilirn will .In.
ball at Lampasas on tbo 15th Inst.
TOM WAI.mt. n well known nrlnlnr llul
Galveston yesterday of consumption.
OKOitnr: Bali a Galveston banker has con-
tributed $50000 to build a school bouse.
Dit. Jacoii FitEUNii. an old successful yellow
fever doctor died ut Houston yesterday.
John J. Dunn was arrested at Corpus
Cbrtstl and put under a $1000 bond on charge
JOHN NF.WMAN. Wlfo and child wnroiml-
soncd at Galveston Sunday night by canned
TllF. County Commissioners nt lironi
bavo decided to build a now court houso to
Toiionto. June 4. It Is Sllid tlmt n Vl.
plot to blow up tbe ship canal has just boon
unearthed. Particulars aro wanting.
Havana. Juno 4. Zonellln & rv. hnnimr
who suspended a fow duys ago bavo lssuod u
circular announcing liquidation of their busi
The committee annnlntnd in lnv.ilni
land frauds In Texas havo gono to work nnd
oxpect to recover for tbo Stato somo 2000000
acros of lauds.
Home. Juno 4. Tho statun nf GnriimMi
unveiled at Can rem veatenliv In ilm nnnr.
ot tho ontlro family of Garibaldi und many of
A DECATUR (Ala.) special savs : A nvclnnn In
Helkner county Sunday demolished bouses on
six plantations Ouo colored man was killed
anu several uitiors wounuou.
Gape IIesdiiiks and Hcnrv Mitchell.
negro lunatics coullncd In tho asylum ut Aus-
tin bad a dasnornte struggle Saturday nhrbt
last and Gabo llendrles died from his Injuries.
IlI.ACKSTONE 11. 1. Juno 4. Tho strlko of
feeders and tenders at tho Blackstono cotton
will this morning caused tho shutt ng down or
machinery and throwing bOO operatives out of
Dr.TltoiT. Juno 4. Henorta nro rccnlvrri hnm
of oxtcnslvo tiros raging In tbo prairies of tbo
..uiiunvn uu.Htgit mu UU UUU11IH WlllllVVer.
rears nro uxpresseu mat ucuvy aumugo will oc-
cur unless rain speedily comes.
Cincinnati. June 4. Tho thlrtv.nt minimi
meeting of tho International Typographical
Union of tho United States and Canada began
hero this morning-. No business was transact-
ed. Tho afternoon was spent In trips to points
of Interest about tho city.
PALESTINE. Juno 4. Samuel Howard n w.ll
known and respected citizen went llshlng in
Kceeh's creek eight miles from Palestlrm. nn
Saturday night. During tho night In n heavy
storm ho nttempted to roach u neighboring
recovered to-day. The Brotherhood or Loco-
motive Engineers yrstorday organized a Divi-
sion hero named Hovlval Division. It has
about 50 tnombrrs already. Oilioera: W
Goodrich Chier Englneor: James Harklns
Assistant. They havo hired aud furnished a
Washington. D. C. Juno 4. MnrHnW r-
sumcd his address to tbo Jury and uflor criti-
cizing Brady's polloy looking to a dally mall on
ovor Star routo.tho court and council discussed
the cvldenoo given concerning tbo expedition
on the Tongue river. Merrick then bitterly
denounced Brady declaring that tbo testimony
' " ' uiniiiuuiicu. uiiu mier n long
explanation of what constituted a conspiruor
In n legal sonso r sorted that ho had connected
the defendants in a conspiracy within tho
iiiemiiiiir oi iiw law. jierricg win conclude
Wodnesday. Mall service from Nnw nrin.
and Galveston has been resumed. Owing to
tho order lssuod by tho Postmaster General re-
quiring first and second class postmasters to
uttend personally to the duties of their olllccs
a number or applications for leave of abaenoa
havo already been received ut tho department.
The books In llin SmtnTrMQiiru l (...
show: Avnllablo school f'ind an hnml. inr.
(11 03; pormancnt school tund on hand cash
$0)5878 78; bonds 077.)3 05; porraanent unl-
A long time ago a celebrated preacher de-
livered a discourse on the text "He giveth
nis oeiovein sneep. unserving that a urg
number of his hearers were noddinc thei
heads he suddenly stopped and said "Jireth-
""""1 ms"U kilK.n.. vy 'Airi' ren 11 15 nara t0 reaiue the unbounded love
burg; Joo No D hauls; Onoy Frank. Charles 1 .i. r .... .- f.. . i
Norils Cotulla; H.O. Dickenson. Georjla. :T.' which the Lord appears to have for a large
8.SmlthMU Ada3mttn0ainpbeUtQn. ' portlOQ ofthU CODgtegHign"
votalty fund cash $au831 6l; bonds $50 -304
M; available unlvorslty fund $85i! 83-
blind asylum land sales oush $37800 CO; bonds.
w uuni iiiiii uuiiiu iwyiuui cusn 8U0l US;
bonils $17500; lunatio asylum cash $2025!) as
bonds $15500; Agricultural nnd Mocbantcal
college fund bonds $200000. Tho college has
no nvallablo funds on band.and has overdrawn
$5431 8S on warrants Issued by the Comptrol-
ler. From Bales of public domain $8l0i)l 37:
nn excess over the sum ordered paid by tho
Legislature ou debts of doubtful validity of
$24234. Tho amount of money rocclvod In tho
treasury for tho quarter ending Juno 1. ia
$2172ail; paid out $1003157 03; oxoass of re-
ceipts $177110 07.
There is a painful scandal at Newport in
which Oliver Hazard Perry Delmont a son of
August Delmont is Involved. In December
last he was married in swell style to a Miss
Whiting of Newport and the newspapers
heralded the wedding as one of the grandest
affairs that had ever taken place. The couple
stalled for Europe on their bridal tour and
went to Paris where the brideproora is said
to neve acted so badly that the bride was
compelled to return across the ocean alone to
her parents anil will now sue for a divorce.
A French ballet girl is said to be the cause of
the trouble. 1
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 55, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 5, 1883, newspaper, June 5, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162570/m1/1/: accessed May 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .