The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 64, Ed. 1, Friday, June 15, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Henry Clay Conchas Koy Voit
Ctenr Havana Sublimes Murlas
Lnzo Datnas -La ltosa Kscepelons
Don Quixote Mayo nil J other popu-
lar brands ut
SIM HAIIT'S Main riaza.
P Smokers I Dealers
The San Antonio Light.
Savo money at Hart's. "No drum-
mora or partners" expenses. Small
profits (iilck salos rollablo goods.
Tho only oxcluslvo tobacconist In
SIM IIAIIT Main Plaza.
Vol. I.-No. 64.
San Antonio Texas Friday June 15 1883:
Ten Cents a Week
1 imnnrn 1
IN ANY QUANTITY AT
EZD STEVES Sc SONS'
Yards at Intornatlonal and Oreit Northern ltallroad Depot nnd ualveslon Harrlsburg and
Sun Antonio railroad track East Commerce Street.
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.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER
COMMERCE STREET SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
SOLE AGENTS for
W. J. LEMP'S BEER
DRAUGHT AM) DOUBLE EXPORT BOTTLED.
SIThls Beer Is mado from tho best Ingrodlonts and warrautcd froo from any- obnoxtou
For fc Sail
Patent Pole Tip B
It Is durable. Never wears out. It Is ornamental. It costs no moro than H (rood
leather trimming. Yon can not irct your lines over tho end of tlio note. If your traces
break your horses pull tho veblelo by tho Neok Yoke. It takes two foot off tho end of
tho polo and brings tho Neok Yoko closo to tho collar thereby making tho draft much
lighter on the team. It never trots out of order belli? of very elmplo construction.
Tbu I'OIjK TIP AND CLAMP complete fitted to vehicle $2 flu. Call on
No. 12 Sokdnd Street ' SMiS'aa
LA. -INDIA. !
BUYER and SELLER of WOOL.
tSSpeclal attention through Laredo house
Interior of Mexico nnd tho United Statos; und
of goods at Monterey far tho Interior ot Moxtsa.
nnd Ogrmnn will reoelyo prompt attention. THADE 80UCITHIJ
Niunrn 1 1
of Tour Family
Neck Yoke Clamp
II. MATAM0UA3 HEX.
C. MIKlt MEXICO.
COTTON and LIVE STOCK.
tn forwarding merchandise to and from tho
without extra chargo attends to ro-shlpment
.Corrvspondonco In English Spanish Freooh
HF.I.l'INO TIIU ORPHANS.
Tli Samlers.Kberliardt Uombluutlo
ier at Turner Hull and Are
Last night Turner hall was crowded to wit
ness Banders ami Kborliardt'a entertainment In
aid of tlio orphans attached to tho Sister nsy-
um. Tiro antcrtalntncnt was strictly that of a
variety show and havlug regard to the fact that
the performers were amateurs It whs a remark
ably good entertainment of Its class the only
falling being that there was too much of It.
Tlio progrnmnio opened with a negro furco-
"Dr. llarley s Olllec; oast: Frank Hesse Coll
Cohen and Ilillle Adams. Hello Hcuch sang
When tho Leaves llcgln to Turn." HI iv
Adams gave a song and dance. Then Mr. 1'.. II.
nnonn who naa changed tne color oi ma rauo
to a black sign snn a banjo melody. Messrs.
Hesse and Cohen danced and sung. II in
McCullIek saug "Como to My Anne
Nnrab." vcrr swcotlv. altliouih she was
apparently very nervous. Mr. Sulzbuchcr
he substituted for Hnnd'H Il'rldi?o nt
Sighs with considerable pathos and was raptu
rously vucoreu. no men recueu .moiik i.owi'
Maulao. Oeoriro Tassara Matt Eggllug Charles
Habby and l'aullne Newman f"lioned In songs
and dances. Then followed n pretty Dutch
sketch "My Little Huckleberry" In which
Miss Clara Sidnov and Mr. Frank Hchsc took
purt. Miss Sldnoy Is tho stage name of the
daughter of a woll known citizen and mado
her debut last night Stio has a comely stage
face was well made un as a Dutch irlrl. anil
sang and acted remarkably well for u de
uiiiuuie. mo young muy is anoui 10 emunice
wio luuuiricaiproicssiou. ana gives promise oi
oumg successiui. irang ucsse unserves corn-
meudatlon for his Dutchman. Coll Cohen's
Plantation darker was u verv clever lmnur-
sonatlon and drew forth the awful Texan
yens uoeltgon and Tassara tbon raced each
other anil woro blind. foldpil. A liriwl nt
buttor inllK whs placed bctore them and each
were arined with a long spoou Amid roars of
laughter each Inug tried to get his spoon or
butter milk in tho other's mouth. At length by
an adroit movement. Tussara landed hlspnooii
111 lloelgeu's mouth aud was declared winner
or a gold mounted walking cane vulucd at g'
A funny sketch followed entitled "A hu
morous corvant" lnwiiicu . Matt i;guouog Frank
Hesse Dave Handera and Charles Habby' who
was remarkably well mado up us Mrs. Morris
followed. Then camo tho clog dancing con-
test between Frank 1 1 esse nt Sau Antnnol.
and Adam- of (Jalvestou. Hesso was decided
ly i ue nest uancer out Auams claims tuainis
dogs did not tit. and oilers to danco a match
with Aesse fur HO a side to como off at an
tiio cntertainoni ouoreu two gold moaait ot
shlold shape land suitably Inscribed
vuluod at iW and manufactured
specially by flolt & llrothcrs for the bust clog
dancers and the best negro comedian. Tho
Judges wero Messrs. J. It. Mason Ilryau Cul-
Casslan'o. At tho close of the entertainment
the Judges camo on tho stage and Mr. Ilryau
Callaghun oil their part mado the following
awards : uest clog dancer Frank tlesse; bust
negro comedian Coll Cohen. The awards were
OMtOFKSHOK KKEUTTNEX'S PUPILS
Qlve Very Huece.tfal Entertainment In
the Casino Uall
Tho pupils of Professor Krcuttnor gave
their entertainment at the Casino last nlgbt
and presented tho following programme:
Fantasle..."Seunds of Love".... It. Clarcnco
Chorus ...From Cinderella II. IIotTmaiin
Merriment In the Open Air. .Duett for l'iano..
Misses Ada and Inez Lohmann.
Slavic Legend (Quiet Happiness) Klellcl
siustor unariea ivoen er.
Lucia Transcription for I'lano Ashcr
Miss Lizzie Fry.
Hungarian Dances. .Duott for I'lano. Brahms
MIsso. M. and 1. Uroos.
Charge of tho Hussars F. Splndler
Master uugo unesenoeca.
Mlnuett Duett tor I'lano.. ..Hocclicrlul
Misses u. una e. uroos.
Separation Aria ltosslnl
Miss 1. Uroos.
Chorus From Cinderella. . . .II. Hoffman
Itomanco. in tno Twilight" H. Eule
Caprlcclo K. Major Mendelssohn
usa i. uruos.
Maraehe.. (Henrique Opus 27 J)...F. Bcbubort
Misses liulda Hunimol ana lie en Uroos.
Mar4cho..(HonrlquoOpus!!7 II). .F. Schubert
Miss Sodaua Iluilra.
Valso dos Flours Kottercr
Miss li. uroos.
Norma Transcription Leybach
Miss A. Lehumnu.
Oalop Hoc lime
Miss norma uriesenoecK.
Cho'rus with so'os Cinderella II. Hoffman
The chorus were especially excellent but
tho pupils In all oases did remarkably well und
tho 1'rolessor may bo congratulated upon the
bucouss mt pupus nave uiiaineu.
Tho I'uplls lire Examined and tho Exaui
liters Express Entire Satisfaction
This morning Professor Koto accompanied
by County Judge Mason Mr. Foreman and
other gentlemen visited and examined tho
Central school. Tho first second and third
grades the llrst two of whloh under tho
gul'lanco of Miss Polk Principal of tho school
were examlnod la arithmetic) by Judgo Mason
ond In grnmmer and history by Mr. Urothaus.
The third taught by Miss Flak whs examined
tti irrammer alonn bv Mr. Foreman.
Tho examiners woro highly pleased with the
high state or prnucicncy tno scnooi as. n wnoie
displayed und Mr. Foreman addressed a noto
to Professor Hote lu which he stated that all
tho class had so distinguished themselves that
hu thought moro thai) one prize should he
given mm ior ins awn iau uu un nui a suaue
of nroforenoo for anv slnglo Olio.
Tho follow) ng Is the roll of honor and names
or those who gain cmi prizes;
Prize for general sch'iliirshlp-MlssLolaflay.
lord of Miss Polk's class llrst grado
Second nrlzo. Miss Ilesslu 1'rvor.
Prlzo for souolarsblp In mathomatlos Miss
Annie n raves of Miss Fink's class third grade.
This latter prlzo was "losnly oontested lor by
the nbovo young lady und two young gentle-
men of Miss FIsk's grado A. Konklo and Italpb
Zork. but it was eventually awarded to Miss
To-morrow tho two lower grades will 00 ex.
When an omployeo mnkes a Just and peace.
ablo demand upon his employer for bit money
a railing to got saino quits work ine oni-
employe" arrested on .a charge of rlotout
Items Uleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
from Various Other enurens.
Captalu Io Hall ol LnSalle county Is at the
Mr. li. L. Watklnx. nf F-ilirln Pima. Ii hnrn nil
a brief visit.
Mr. and Mrs. F. It. rtaknr. nf ITlnMn .m
nt the Herd.
Mrs. Wooten and daughters of Austin are
registered at the Hord.
H. T Jones a larro stockman of Tom Oroen
county Is at the Hord.
D. K. Klrkpatrlck a popular drummer of St.
Louis Is at tho Hord.
W.O.Tompkins ex-8herllt of LaSallo roun-
ty It at tho Central.
.1. W. Anderson of the Western Texas Chron-
icle Is a guest at tho Central.
J. ltcusch it merchant of Now Ilraunfels is
In tho city on business. Ho Is staying at tho
Messrs. J fli and J. Ilramham stockmen of
Gonzales county have their headquarters at
Mr. M. JI. Ersklnc. of LI pan Springs Tom
(Irrcii county or tho firm of Jetlorsou &
hrsklno Is a guest at the Menger.
Colonel F. M. (lutlerrez. of General Tre-
vi no's stall arrived from Monterey yesterday
on a visit to h's wife and relatives. Ho is a
guest of his fiithcr-ln-law Don Jose Flores on
-LlttUj Flirt Is very Small.
The creditors of Ed Ilucklcy are to meet on
Saturday to adjust claims
The ltamboulllut rams bought by Mr.
Grlncr have been shlpiH'dto Del Hlo.
A new ! strument called an orgunotte Is
uxcuing miicu niieiuion on -iniin street.
In the Recorder's ciurt this morning two
cat in were uismisseu auu two continued.
Divine sorvloo at the Temnlii llrth Kl tfal
evening ut 8 o'clock and to-morrow morning ut
A rumor though unfounded. Is about that
Mr. W. N. Monroe tho contractor hiu been
Mr. Currol a gentleman from HastornTexu
stopping at .nr. Bapiungtoirs is we regret I
near very in
A fine lot of Imnroved stock nro exnaetpd
to-morrow morning In this town and buyers
Only one building norinlt was Issued thin
morning namely F. Uelinsches-et lumber
uwvuiiig ioxiA viibi ui rcctm sircei.
The LinilT thanks Mr. Allrcd Ilnnnl.n ni
Mr. C. II. Muouch for an Invitation to attend a
The committee members or thn aAvnrnl iim
compaiurs win meei hi i urnor null on Sunday
morning nt V:30 o'clock to take Into considera-
tion t ho propr'ety of l elebratlnir the Ith of July.
Tho Ran Antonio LianT Is one of tim
neatest ami newsiest tinny papers publlsliel In
It Is now a regular visitor toourolllco.
vo read It with nloasur
iMuaourc Laiorgan jirgo-
Comal Lodge Knhrhts of Hnnnr. nf M
Ilraunfels. celebrates its second annlveraarv
next Sunday to which the tinn Antonio knights
nave ueeu inviiou nnn many 01 our Knights
mm uiuii in iionor w"i leave iorriow uruuu.
fels on Sunday.
Orr's Tciim Left Unntteniled Itace
triirough the l'ubllc Streets.
This morning while Orr's tiuusfer wagon
No. 10 with four horses attached was stand
lug unattended nt tho International depot tho
horses took fright and ran off ut a furious
soeed toward tho cltr. creation- irreat ulurni
several liicueciuai uitcmpia were mado to
stop tiiom out tney still camo on. Fortunutu
ly they hud uud kept n clear road On tho
wuy nowovcr 11 uiuio team was struck and
spun around iiotng no great harm. On Com
merco street tne runaway t-aru cuuglit I)r
Chow's buggy aifd Injured tho wheel
When near Wagner's store. Jsmm
Jones a colored portor of flronot's
store rushed ut und sclzod a leading
liorso tiirowimr it down and the runaway was
thus stopped. Tho homo thrown down was
considerably Injured. The slight damage occa-
sioned by such a remarkably heavy team Is
fortunate. A few minutes after ltsstoppage ti
funeral procession passed down Comtnorco
street and If the runaway had havo followed
Instead of preceding It considerable loss of Hlo
would probably havo ensued.
The driver Charles hollars was subsequently
urrcsiuu ior leaving ins icam unuuonueu.
WA1TEIIS ON A 8T1UKE.
An Extraordinary Scene by the Strikers
the Hord Hotel.
The Hord hotol has been particularly tin
forttutato In Its waiters White .Mexican and
colored huvo been tried and all have fallod t
giro tho propuotor satisfaction. There had
been dissatisfaction among tho whlto waiters
rccuutlr employed ut tho hotol and lust night
they uslted tho proprietor ' for money
nlod them und there wu some muriulng when
tho proprietor sout fo tho polloo to rave thorn
arrested. Ultlniateiy the waiters retired ard
. ''. in tneir piau
Coanty Commlmlonor Janes Reported to
He Dying fro m Blood 1'olsonlng.
Information has reached tho city that HIcliHi d
J. Jones County Commissioner is dying at his
farm on tho environs of tlio city. Ho rooontly
had an attack or bilious oollu which hi
neglected nnd now he has sorlous symptoms 11
blood poisoning. Dr. It. L. Uraves Is of un
opinion that tho Commissioner will die but
other nhysiclKiu will accompany the County
Physician to-day on his visit to the sick Com-
mlssioner to seo what can bo dono for him.
Mr. Jones is about UO yean of age. Ho low
doou long in Toxas una lias been .Marshal of
mm ny auu aiuyor or uuoro.
Application was this day mado to County
juugo siason ior tne admission of Pedro Val
dez Into the poor house he being poor and
slok. When Dr. Oraves visited tho man wli
resides on llawen'o Island he fonnrt Hii 1
was tu n dying oondltlon nnd unable to speck
vuvivuu uuiui .ii )'' 11 no aios a noy
inuii nuuuv miut ur iu years win renun
Delaware has increased the salary of her
uovcrnnr 10 uie turn oi 92jog a year. At In
same price per square mile for the covernlni;
Texas would have an annual
iMnrypi npot asooooUrip
Clar Itoiite I'arce Comas to an Knd
and Ilradr. Iloiser Co. u...
WAHillNriTnV. .llinnll Tl In.. I 11. d.
route cass yosterday brought In a verdict of
gumy.- juage wyiie upon discharging
bcllove wo hnvo nothing further for tho
' to do dllrlnr UlU tnrn. ...... ..
court Is prepsred to dlchargo you finally. You
o uaau laborious task to perform In this
oblig.d to neglect .during that period and
tbouirh your Terdlct?or course will create Sis.
t?.Ya hrmmi1 Presumo that you have faith-
fully performed your duty. If you have done
nsclenee that will bo satisfactory ns long us
ullvo. iouaro thoreforo discharged with
o thanks of the court."
(i. ... . . ... ..
besot by n throng of Intcr-slcd persons! prom!
Incnt among them being tho dnrnmlant.
i lmon- 'Hem lKl"k 'he dorend
thanked them 'for the erdlctwlth'teurs'lnthlr
-is tno roreman reached fie sidewalk a largo
irowd assembled thero burst Into tumultous
. .!.' . . Ik roaeu as caou juror mad
n way out of tho court house.
an omicu iu 11 representative or tho
Associated Press that Ave ballots wore taken.
iXiii f . 7 !S 'luesiion 01 mo
iv AnrVk mo ubiioi resulted
splfacy. On tho second ballot the nine waln-
. I ""'I1 " uoieunanis. 'tills
.Vlank I Iu" Tnr. r""'.1. .R.b?Ut 8
Kerr was tho only representative of the
prosecution Iu court when tho verdict was re-
. I . -y-.fi-"'--! I'uiBDj a cnun.ei con-
nitula'ed him as tho only ono of the Uovcrn-
thoinWeat. " """"" ' 1"J "" "v a
Tho Attorney-aonoral ssld : "That sottlee it.
MtlsUud tho llovernmcnt lias presented tho
jviiTiicy miss snui: "I am nstonlthcd. I
on the conspiracy question but fdidnuuu-
juror nurrigun tieui out alone for conviction
foralongtprm. He says: " I dually came to
tho conclusion that 11 heads were better than
one especially when somo of tho others wero
pdiieiitcd smart gentlomcn. A few ruluutea
neforBwo cHmo into court 1 went ovor because)
the defendants the benelltof a doubt and voted
Ul.orlfT fnt rf l. I ... ...... ..
eminent with all Its power In a six months
tiial. could not convict a mau ho ought to bo
acquitted." Sheriff further said that the i-x-trenie
longth of tho trials largo amount of
oral testimony nnd docuincutory evidence lu
...-.... uiKinuuiiis seemeu in
have had tho effect ot fogging tho minds of
...vV iumi. uiuiuuu manor 10
roach uny tlrm nnd llxed conviction.
Good Newspaper Men
The Ilendi-nm Tim.. In !..
boy to learn the trade offers the following in-
-...v... 4 Kuuu uu nuuune to learn tne
printer s trade can pet a situ.nlnn ii;. of
fice. There is not a soul in nnr nffi. ii.i
drinks swears chews or gets drunk. The
verv hlnhrct mnrnl InfliiAn ..A..ll.l. I. .1. -
newspaper butiness will be brought to bear
j vim ijrpu. ujiuu a wormy apprentice.
Illondes Goliic Out.
From tho Loudon Court Journal.
There is to be an entiridv nu tt.i. r
beauty. The girls with the ruddy locks or
tne eolden hair and the baxon skin that have
held their sway so long will have to abdicate
their throne to their dark-haired sisters. So
fashion has decreed and when fashion does
aecree a tning tne result is as unalterable as a
general election. To be in the fashion to-day
vou mutt have dark hair. .arl.M- .....
a particle of color and lTps as the cherry.
" tamer viricu requirements are to be
uci wiiu an.
An Alnnlu Answer.
Pittsburg Commcrolal (lazcttc.
The Free Trade conference which recently
I'dffltatpd" thi. tariff m...lir.n r...:. J J
clared that the chief obstruction to the devel-
opment ami prosperity of the United Stales
was found in the abuses of a protective tariff.
urcai uruain more nearly approaches free
trade lhan any other nation and her actual
wnullh at IVih lair i-..a ....c A ..
$Qooooooooo less than the United States.
i-rcviuus 10 loou at wntcn time we began to
Out the lirnter.tivp nrinrlnl In nnrti;nn tV.
national wealth of England far exceeded' that
its buuuiiy. i uc ucvciupmcni oi our do-
mestic inrillttrtpt and internal IraHn Hi.rln .1 .
nasi 20 veara Is an amnle mtwrr inil rm'tl.
ing ot the free traders.
A Mutter of Surprise.
A traveling man in Florida was armmarhrrl
by a colored man who was a runner for one
of the steamers on the St. John's and the fol-
lowing conversation ensued :
"Uvvine up de nbber boss" asked the
"Yes" replied the C. T.
" Well boss take my line."
" Jes because if you dovi't dat odder boat
will chalice you eckres? baggage and I hearn
a lot o' dem drumrnin' gemmen tryin' to ex-
tend de wrong to ie Capen ; but boss narry
one eber see dat 50 cents ag'in You trav-
elin' cretli Is rich I knows but den you can
e oil) dat 50 cents to dis cullud man and de
bah-tendahs ob dis town will be bery much
exprised to see me lake a drink an' pay de
solid cash fob it." v 1
He corralcd the 50 cents.
" Haven't you got another house you can
rent me r " asked a man of a real estate
agent. " What's the matter with the bne you
are in t " " Nothing only I am behind with
the rent and I thought that by moving into
another one of your houses you would forget
the old debt while trying to collect the new"
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