The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 69, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 21, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Henry Clay Conclini Key Vet
Clour Havana Sublimes Murlas
Lazo Damas Lu ItoM Escepclons
Don. Quixote Mayo nhd other poiiu-
lar brands at
SIM HAItrS Main Plaza.
Save money at Hart's. "No drum
mera or partners" oxponses Bmnll
profits quick sales rollablo (foods.
Tho only oxolusivo tobacconist in
SIM HAKT Main Plaza.
Vol. I. No. 69.
San Antonio Texas Thursday June 21 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
1 Smokers 1 Dealers
Tiie ban Antonio .Ligiit.
HAS REMOVED TO 206
THE CITY GROCER
K?SGltO(M$ WINES LIQUORS
To 206 Commerce St.
Tho store formerly occupied by (). A. Ducrlcr tbo Confectioner whero bo
will bo pleased to receive Ills obi and new customers
" and mm run tees to sell all Roods nt
GREATLY REDUCED PRECES.
llDth In Staple and Fancy Groceries that will please nil 1
Don't forget tbo place No. 20(1 Coiumurco Street.
City Grocery Store
HAS REMOVED TO 206
IN ANY QUANTITY AT
E33D. STEVES & SONS'
ards at International and Oroat Northern Kallroad Depot and Galveston Harrlsburg and
Sun Antonio railroad track East Cointucrcu Street.
The best grades always on hand. Also Doors Sash Blinds
Mouldings Shingles Fqncing 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 SIN ANTONIO TEX S.
SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S.BEER
DRAUGHT AM) DOUBLE EXPORT BUTTLED.
rfTThls Ilecr is inudo from tho best Ingrodlonts and warrantod froo from any obnoxlou
e saieij o
Patent Pole Tip Necfc Yoke Clamp
It Is durablp. Novor wears out. It Is ornamental. It costs no mnro than u good
leather Irlmmljig You canuot got your linos ovur the end of tho pole. If your traeos
break your horses pull.tho voblclo by the Nook Yoke. It tukos two feot oir tho end of
tho pole and brings tho Neck Yoko oloso to 'tho collar thereby making tbo draft much
llghtor on tho team. If novor gets out of order being of vcryslmplo construction.
The POLE Til' AND QLAMP conilete tltted to vehicle $!i 60. Call on
No 12 Soledad Street
. Proprietor of Emerson Patent
N l'ulo Ttp uud Nock Yolto Clamp.
TIIK NHWSI' .ll'KIt FIUUT.
Mr. li. F. Johnson Charged 1Vlth Whip-
pltiif the Times' r.nrnl Hint Ao- K
Th's morning tho charges against Mr. IlenJ.
F. Johnson city ngont for the I.kiiit and Mr.
Frank J. Caldwell local editor of tbo Times
for lighting wcro cnlled In tho Itccorder'a
court. Mr. Johnson appcarod and did not ap-
pear to bear any outward Indication of the re-
cent light. Mr. Caldwell failed to appear be-
ing It Is asserted too much dlsllgurcd for ex-
hibition. He was represented by hi attorney
Mr. J. W. Cartwrlght fnrtnorly of tho Times
who llrst pleaded guilty for him but when ho
saw tho I.kiiit man did not fear Investigation
he wanted both cases continued until to-morrow.
Tho ltecorder refused to allow tho
oontlnuanco of tho case against
Mr. Johnson but cousotited to puss
tho case against Mr. Frank Caldwell until to-
Mr. Henry ltyder-Taylor. city editor of the
1.1(1 IT was callod and deposed that "Mr. Frank
Caldwell cuuio to the I.ioiit olllco ysterduy
morning mid had a (pilot conversation wit
Mr. Johnson who said that ho had hoard that
he (Mr. Caldwell) hud Fald that ho must either
take back his card or tight. -Mr. Caldwell re-
plied that lib bad not said so but was prepared
to tight. Ho then took off his coat and struck
at Mr. Johnson who returned the blow and
Hy the ltecorder "Did this occur at the
I.kiiit olllco Mr. Johnson's place of business?"
Mr. John Gallagher deposed that no was In
the Lkiiit olllce and saw Mr. Caldwell eomo In.
up talked to Mr. Johnson but. did not bear
what passed between thoui. Ho saw Mr. Cald-
well take off his coat and strike at Mr John-
son llrst and thou Mr. Johnson knocked him
down and they fought. Whou on the ground
r Caldwell hallowed help wild then Hob
Nelson who was with him. Jumped on Mr.
Johnson and was taken off. Tho tight was then
over as Mr. Caldwell said bo was satined and
Mr. Johnson let him go.
1 Mr. C. C. Johnson foreman I.kiiit olllcu do-
posed that "Mr. Frank CuldntH came In and
usked for Hen Johnson' ho was than out. He
had u conversation wllh'Mr. Itydcr-Tii lor and
then went out to see Mr. Walling to get
somo evidence as to hand writing
Ho returned sometime after accompanied bi-
ll. I.. .Nelson also of tho Times office. Cald-
well then asked Hen. F. Johnson witness'
brother 'what you propose doing about that
oardr' Johnson replied 'I doivt prnposo to
do mirthlng till you do something and I have
heurd tht you huvo mid that I must take buck
my card ur bo whipped.' Caldwell answered
well I did not say that but I am prepared to
tight. If you want to" at tho same time taking
ulf his coat and striking at uiv brother who
Knocked him down. After this blown "ero
exchunged. and they struggled and fell. On
this Mr. Caldwell cried out 'help mo.' and Mr.
.Nelson Jumped on my brother. Friends Intor-
leied to tnko Nelson off and as Caldwoll admit-
ted ho had got enough tho fight was over."
Other witnesses attended to glvo ovidonceon
behalf of Mr. Johnson but the Hocordcr was
apparently satisfied with tho evidence adduced
nnd dismissed tho charge. Tho other chargo
against Mr. Frank Caldwell will bo heard In tho
lloeordor's court to-morrow morning at 0 a. m
Tho Oleuuer lit AVork Heaping h Uloli
Harvest for their Church.
The lady Cleaners of tho Pamo Methodist
church last night dispensed ioo-crcnm lcmon-
tides cakes and various fruits to their numer-
ous friends and visitors at tho (leorge block
on Houston street. Tho Eighth cavnlry band
charmed tho nudlenco with sweet muslo
wliMo tho ladles oucliHiited the attendants by
their graceful und courteous attention to tho
supper tables. Among thnso present tho
I.KIIIT reporter noticed tho two charming
llowcr girls who wore very popular.
Tho following ladles were at tho tables and
lee-Cream Stand -Mrs. Young assisted by
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Chew.
Lemonade Stand-Miss Sullonbergcr Miss
Manila Chew and Miss Clifford.
Slipper Tables-Mrs. Fnvlllo and Mrs. Thrall.
Mower Girls Miss Itoso Edgar and Miss
Among thnso who assisted were Miss Mattle
(.ampboll. Miss Fttnnlo Johnson Miss Kato
Hivlllo Miss Agnes Cotton. Miss Mnlllo Hen-
nett. Miss Tllllo Johnston Mrs. Harbour Miss
Helon Dennett Mamie Vunco and Mis Addlo
During the day nn excellent lunch was
spread which was well patronized. On tho
whole tho festival was succexsf ul and will ma-
terially augment tho funds Tor tho now church.
A PLEASANT KKUNION.
The San Antonio Club llolil Another Very
Another of tho pleasant San Antonio club
reunions was held last ovenlug In tho club
rooms and was well attended. It Is almost
needless to say that tho ladles wero hand-
somely attired nud that the reception was of
a tony character. Tho view of tho room both
when the company was dancing and whon at
rest in social converse was very pleasing.
Among the ladles present wcro Mrs. Sam Mav-
erick .Mrs. J. J. Stevons Miss Ida Elliott Miss
Miss Jones ot (lulveston Miss Sterling Miss
?V.!'im't.'MJf?.'lr'lt"vlrd" Mlss r'oulks
of Del Itlo .Miss Dobson Miss Watkins of No w
ur enns. and Mrs. C. A. in mlmriinr o'i
uiusio was furnished by the Eighth cavnlry
THIS CHOSEN JrltlKNDS.
The San Antonio Council Duly Organised
nud tho Chief Officers Kleotoil
Tho San Antonio council of tho popular or-
der of Chosen Friends was paitly organized
last night in Clary's studio on Houston stieot
nnd eoveral members wero Initiated. The so-
crotwrkia very pretty und attractive and
tbo order Is undoubtedly a good one. The
council elected tho following olllcers: Chlot
Councilor Captain W. M. Edgar; Vico-Cotin-cilor.
Mrs. Laura A. Trigg; Secretary. Mr J.
W. Clary: Treasurer Mr. Abraham S.Trigg;
.Medical Examiner Dr. II. E. Hadru: Prolific
Mr. II. ltyder-Taylor j Marshal Mr. A. Hcboo-
nert. On motion It wus agreed that tho elec-
tion of the remainder of tho olllcers and their
Installation should bo reserved until this
evening when tho council will meet In tho
tame plaoo at 8 o'clock; Deputy Chief Counollor
D. p. B. Conuerly ably officiated as organizing
HuluS81w'0yi 0irry f00tWltc' Apply
Mrs. W. (). Hobards. Mrs. Dane E. Illanhardt
Mrs. Louis llorg Mrs. J. II. ISIwood Mrs. M.
I recborn Miss Fannie Simpson Miss Helen
Turnur. Miss I.iiln Frost. mi itti- i u ...
Two bulldozers tried to blow out tho I.tnilT
yciterday and got badly scorched.
There wore six cases dismissed and eight
continued In the Heeorder'B. court this morn-
ing. Tho Times says tho I.ioiit ha? Iho advan-
tage of them In ability etc. A fact! which
your righting men will testify to.
Mrs. 8eliubert. of tho Ilerlln Conservatoire
an accomplished vocalist. Is about to glvo a
concert to introdiico herself to tho public.
At a meeting last night of Alamo Flro
Company No. 1 and Turner Hook and ladder
company it was resolved to colrnrato the 4th
of July hy an excursion to Now llnuinfels.
Pollen Officer Oppcrmnn has been Inspect-
ing tho pltces around tho Sunset depot and
declares them to bo In a lllthy state. It will
take hlni ho says a month to go through tho
Another rehearsal of tho Maseotto was held
last night und there was a decided Improve-
ment lu the parts. The children aro respond-
ing to their Instructors' .effort and there Is
reason to believe that the Juvenile Mascotto
will bo successful.
Tills mornluir In the ltecorder s court Holla
Hrown swnro she saw I.. White beating Annlo
1 homer and othorwlic maltreating her. She
also deposed that ho threw her down and
sprained her foot. On examining the girl she
was found unhurt and able to walk the sumo
as anybody else. The caso was proved to be a
put up ono ami accordingly dismissed.
-Frank Caldwell and Ildiilamln Frntiltlln
Johnson had a list light yesterday In which tho
latter caino out second best with a spoiled
npse. Moth wero arrested and will he Inter-
!"wed by the ltecorder this morning. Tho
dlflleiiltv originated through tho publication of
an article severely reflecting on the rormei'.
ll.xpress. Your reportei Is wrong Mr. Ex-
press. The decision of tho Judges was that
Hen F.Johnson oatne out llrst best and tin-
man who Invaded tho I.iciiit carries tho
spol ed nose with him
Hm Antonio's Volksfest.
Dr. Lindner who so successfully managed
the last Volksfest In tho city Is now collecting
subsciiptloiis and making uetlvo arrangements
for having nnnthor Volksfest. Tho uianage-
nicnt or such an affair could not bo placed In
better bunds as In addition to h'tvitig experi-
ence ho has tho time and ability necessary Tor
the successful currying out of the project.
Iiupurtnut l.und Trnnnfer.
Major Ulckmau has sold 8J acres or fine land
near the Sunset crosilng to Mrs. Amanda Dlg-
nowlty for $12000 and It is said that he pro-
poses to utilize bis surplus cash In opening n
realy flrst-clrls hotel which will bo placed in
the charge of his son. It Is stated that tho land
sold .Mrs. Ulgnowity will form u ronmrifubly
lino Mto or uralr ground und thoro Is soino
thought ot using It ior that purpose.
Two men named Smith and llurke left San
Antonio recently with horses for Atascosa
county. On tho way whllo enoumplng they
were robbed. On complaint being made tho
Shorltr nud u posse or eltl. ma went out on tho
search and traced tho horses and other hoises
supposed'to ho stolen to tho possession ot Hob
Inglo and Manual Ingle. They wero arrested
and ure now in tho Plcastiiton.
I. O. Tuttla ltcportod Stint.
A Mr. Claunch nrrlved In Eaglo Pass last
evening and reported thut I.C.Tuttlohad been
shot ut his ranch ln Zavalla county. Mr. Titttlc
leases tho saloon at Hord hotel and on lnmilry
there It transpired thut no nnwd of tho shoot-
ing has arrived. It Is not yot definitely known
whothcr Wo sad nows Js true but n newspaper
moil in that town who urrlvcd lu San Antonio
makes tho statement und fears that it Is true.
At the Sunny South.
Mr. Van Alstyno formerly of the Old Stand
sulooii. and well known lu this city after an
absence of about threo jears has returned and
connected himself with tho Sunny South
saloon on Solodadstroet. Mr. Van Alstyno was
so glad oiico moro to return to tho Alamo city
ycsterday.nf ternoon ho cclebiuted tho fact with
autimber of Invited friends by set ting up spark-
ling champagne and tho boys ull drank " Wel-
oomo home ugaln."
The Mndlion Uquuru Church Festlml.
The ladles attached to tho Madison Scpiaro
church will glvo un Ico cream festival lu aid of
tbo church funds at Messrs. Harnlsch & liner's
Icecream gardens on Commerce street this
evening nnd thoy solicit tho support of their
.friends und those Interested lu church work
Everything that can bo done to make tho festi-
val uurccahlo and successful has been done
and tho ladles dcsjrvo publlo support In tliolr
A Musical Strike.
I8t wcelj soino of the members of one of
tho leading church choirs In Wo city got mad
nbout something and resolved to strike on tho
Professor. The troubln wus laid before the
pastor of tho church ami tho Professor was In-
structed to go out uuiong the singers of tho
city and engage talent. Four singers wore en-
gaged at n salary of $10 Cr) eucli and tho sicred
music was suuir as good us usual. If not u little
better und tho congrogution was noin the
I!oolelH Chorale fruiieo-Americiilue.
Tho French citizens met lust night lu Meyers'
hall to organize a society to bo known us 1
Socleto Chorale Franco-Amnrlcalno. Mr. A.
Frey was elected President pi u tern and Mr.
E. Itlvore Secretary pro torn About 10
momboi-3 Joined tho association. This done a
committee on constitution und by-laws was ap-
pointed consisting of Messrs. L. Prelat A.
Hulilno. Leon Hacklier George Caen T. Pusca-
lou. Tho meotlng adjourned to await call.
An Appeul for Mercy.
Ouo or our Fourth ward subscribers Ecnds
the LtatiT commissioner tho following nppcnl
on behalf of tho dudes ; "I've been reading so
much In the last threo or Tour Issues of your
sprightly little paper about the la-du-duh two
tor u lle orlu other words the dudes that
I think it high time for some ouo to Intcleroln
behair of tlieso poor benighted bojs und be-
ing of a charitable disposition I huvo conclud-
ed to bo tho ungel of peace hi this lnstanoo.and
beg with ii number of my fulr slaters to glvo
them a rest. "
A Pleasing Kntertiilnmeut.
. Tho Tyrolean singers appearing nightly at
tbo Somihors & l'eterton Saloon aro attracting
considerable attention nnd tboso who attended
uro gratllled at the oxcclleuco of thurntcrtaiii-
meni presented there. (Jood singing by Hist-
cluss artists Is at ull times uccoptublo and this
Is the real secret ot tho popularity of Hid Tyro-
leans' entertainment. Thoso who havo not
heard them should certainly do so. Thot o who
havo heard thera will need no Invitation to at-
. . M'Mn v iw wivg mi lug
T15LKOIIAI-1IIO N1IWS IlOIf.KD DOWN.
.iIX"Kiu.rivar'1 !ont cl"'' won the race yestor-
Irngths" "0 Colll"'"l croir ly u
St. I)uis June sn.-Tho Williamson & qtnw
to".1'0"' Cla"us' to nt s amo'lin t
llinriiin ln.m . .
w irn'nf 'U"11.-1-1"' " '1 divorced
Francis M. Howe. ' C "Cr mmo to
Tin: tlndlngs of tho Wnsson court martial
oral Th JNSf. nT'i. Jl." AvocatT(len.
ft ' 0 crico I sa 1! I ea t d ls'm?R8a V
the A lu'lh i"no 20--T!"' ?'Tor hss sent to
llIy.rly"" commiiiiicnl Ion rrom thooni-
cers of the Virginia Military Institute asking
the privilege of returning to tho c y the llag
presented to the Sixteenth regiment of New
ork volunteers captured during tho war
Mkssun. Huns and Pointeii of Dallas havo
filed suit against Count Tellfcner In the Travis
cj.unty court of $UM.W. It is alleged That
the count eontructed to l.urchujo largo trac i
"f '."".'.U" nrthwestern Texas ror wTilch tho
. ' been organlz'rd at "louston. with
I'll tL.AliKi.iMUA Junoao. ArclihlshoniWiinds
Is slowly s inking Death may "ivuv a y hour
Ills beds . . is surrounded by bl.hopsof tho
diocese. Tho room Is vlslt-d by almost tho en.
tlrj clergy of the cltv who cafl to offer him
olnn'bles'slng of the dyVng CTiffiop" IMt S'"'
iiroB jiiuoiTj. mo 1'rlneoor Wales ves-
eiday lead u paper written tiv the I) ike ot
Ldlii burgh before the Fisher coiiferene
which ctintalned tho statement that In "low or
2". ".' '? f "l0 Amerloiiii (lovernmcnt. which
dovoted n largo sum annually for bleeding list
powers! Wrt"y Ut """tlt"' "J" the Eunnlcaii
rVslMN0T";"..UIle 'Ja -Po'tmuster Tullwk.
or W iishlngton died this morning ut Atlaiitlo
City or tumor lu the throat. Aiiantio
(.enorul Clmtles Ewlng. lormerlv of Ohio
died shortly bororo y this morning of imeii-
"li w'rfr l.ofi.'rL'Py lUmm- 110 '"vs brother.
.LnJv?.:i hrtlSI'V.rmaU' "l)0" WUUW Staff
ho se-ved throughout the war. dnco 107 ha
has been practicing law. '
TliKsultof Peter Morlo and others nnlmi
Commodore n-irrlsnn to recover S 9!mwO oi
Missouri Paolllo railroad stock was ctliTuod
to-day. tlenora Clinton II. Fisk former Tivas-
ssucd by the Missouri Paelllo railroad and tho
Incomo nnd Improvnnent bonds wont Into tho
treasury of tho Atlnntlo und Paelllo roal. to bo
u.rre.t.ll'uory fv ioa.s aa0 K
tbo Atluntio and Pacific road.
Coitr-us Chiiihti Juno 20.-Mr. A. II. Wins
low. attorneyTor the Texns-.Mexlc.rn niilwnr
camo In from Laredo on n special tjiln to-tor'
and wont betoro JudgoJlo. Itussell and ap.'
re.' rii1.'.' l'A"'m " us"l"lst autl orltios
or the city of Laredo restraining them rrom
demolishing a part or the structu?o li tliat tr
" I"" union depot tool hoiiso The .
J'inctlo.t wni granted and Mr. Wlnslow e-
K' 'hJ ' von ng. Tho city ot Laredo donnl
ted n block for tho purposo of a union ilenot
am as oono has been built they oXre.Yl liu
tool houso on tho groun.l doi atecf for tho pur-
peso demolished. Hence tu Injunction.
Sarah A. JIoLoary luurbcr dwelling 42x28
corner of Nolan und Chestnut street. Cost
San Antonio gas company lumber oOlco
'Mi!P i?0.'t'n 01 ."o'iston street. Cokt $5C0.
J.-W. Orr shoet-iron stable. inxfiO eornerof
Iloueton and Nacugdeches stroefi. Cost J:tl
eatlool. 'gSf&tf"0""' iJt0
Abi'zraIcreolc 'co.'rr0'"'"-'1 2ixlt' "ort" "C
District Court Urlmluul Dookot
Friday Juno 2:!.-Stuto vs. H. C. titldham
State vs. GrlUln Andrews Stnto vs. Charley
Young. State vs. John McCurtln alias W. Simp-
son .state vs. Uenjimln Tood Stuto vs. I
Harnett Stato vs. Joo Drown.
len1(?."dJ' J""0"''Stat0 VS- Secundl cu-
Tii'esduy Juno SO. Rtnto vs. Illas Oortnrri.
Wcdnesduy Juuo27.-Stnto vs. Joo Iliown.
State vs. Joo Urown Htalo vs. II. J. Hiiiiiinrty
State vs. II. J. Iluppertz. State vs. J . 1. Ein-
MHch'olL VS "ry J'owoolub. mlas II.
Thursday Juno28.-Rlnto vs. Z. Van Ward
Stuto vs. Crecencio Nino Slato vs. Louis nJln'
State vs. Maisehnu Valansuela. Ualn
Citation by l'llbllelitlon.
Tub State of Texas to tho sheriff or nnv
Constuulo or Ilexar cbuiny-Oreetlng :
Y?.u nFP ll0:cl1'.uu!"milBIPl ""at. by makhiir
pub cation of this cltntiou In some nbwspui ir
pub Ished hi tho County of Ilexar once Thi eieh
wock for lour successive wocks provlous to
tho return day hereof you summon lloi? M
Ward whoso rusldenco isuuknown to bo ami
appear before tho District Court to bo hold" 1
n und ror tho county or lloxur 'ut tho court
house theieor lu the City ofHanAutoiilo o
tho llrst Monday In JuUr A. D? iVsi "uen 'aSa
their to unswer tho petition ol Emma Ward
lilod u sa d court May ai 188J. ug nst Hon j
Ward said suit being numbered 13tO. and ul-h-gpi
In substanco ns follows to wit :
..l'"AtJlL.l".lrn!a'ofei"3a'l' wore mnrrlcd or
I about ono year ago; that in tho nioiuh. or
again hi FebAiary. lt) and em oVXS
;ruary 20. 11. defendant caused tw un inde-
cent and scandalous publications t I" vub.
shod in tho City of San Antonio eaistlng r
betweei plaintiff mid dclondant for SVuf
Herein fall not but huvo you then and th o
boforo said court this writ with vour rifn
Hiereon. showing how you huvo excciUedtbo
Coe:1;3' C'0rkf 110 DWrt
1 " H'vcn uiuler my hand nnd sral r
Issued game day
nnaanuhl1eaod J!ffiffl "AV.
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