The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 74, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 27, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Standard i Reliable
GOODS AUK ALWAYS FOUND
AT 8IM HAHT'S OIOAn stoius
M AIN PLAZA.
S-CBNT CIGAK HAS IIEKN 1)1!.
FOIIKTHE riTIJLip FIVE VRAHS.
NF.VGH BQUAI.1KB OH l.X-
CELLI5I). Vol. I.-No. 74.
San Antonio Texas Wednesday June 27 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
The San Antonio Light
HAS RE MOVED TO 206
THE CITY GROCER
BSfWGioCiltliS WISES LIQUOR
To 206 Commerce St.
Tim utririi fnrmfrl v nnniltifnd hi' (1. A.
will bo pleased to rocelvo Ills
nnil guarantees to
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
II tli In Stunlo nad Fancy Grooerlcs.thnt will please nil
Don't forget the place No. axt Comutorco Stroct.
City Grocery Store Emanuel Abrahams.
HAS REMOVED TO 206
I IIMDrD I MIMDrPII
IN AN V QUANTITY AT
JDTD. STEVES & SOUSTS'
nrds tit International and Grout Northern Itullroad Depot ana Onlvestoii Hurrlsburc nnd
Sun Antonio railroad track
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 SIN ANTONIO TEX VS.
SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER
DRAUGHT AM) DOUM.E EXPORT BUTTLED.
Patent Pole Tip &
To J M. Emerson :
Dear fir: In. answer to your incjulry con-
cerning your Patent Pole Tip nnd Neck Yoke
Clamp I would say that It Iiuh nxoecded my
expectations being tho safest and most useful
Poleuttnchuiunt I ovursnw. Soir.o time Blneji
my team ran cwny nnd kicked off tho two
triieos the pole dropped to tin ground and tlio
frightened horses ran so-erul Hundred yards
breaking tho nolo mnahlng tho dash boar
tearing ott both seats and otherwiso dauiuglng
the vehicle costing mo Sit for i epulis. Vcs-
No. VI soicuau btreel
For te Safety of Your Family
llnwrlni tint Pnnfjltitirr wliiwi ln
M iiuil now eiistoiiierc J
sell nil good nt I'
Kust Commerce Street.
Neck Yoke Clamp
terdavniy team again became frightened und
ran awn v. klckiuir olf tho nutaldn traces lint
there was no damage dime us your neck yoku
hold the tPiun to tho pole nnd tho .driver was
enabled to eontiol the triirhtcncd horses. I
chi'crfully recoinmend your patent to any ouo
who values nuioiy mirnuiuty ami economy
After giving Kmmson'a Patent Polo Tip nnd
Neck Yoke Clauinii fair mid linuartinl trial. 1
heartily endorse it n the best polu attachment
l over mw. j. u. is vans liocrne Texns
Pronrlotor of Hmersou's Patent
Polo Tip itnil Nook YoKa Clamp.
THAT VOOTK MATCHKO.
Mr. .John Randolph l'oote 12apoimofl Miss
Kiiiinn C. I.udwlg.
Last night tlio genial nnd rublcond Jolin II.
Copehind called nt the LtnitT officonnd cour-
teously conveyed tlio commissioner to the res-
Idenco of Mr. nnd Mm. Ludwig of (lollnd
street where Mr. John Itnndolph Footo was to
be united to Miss Kmnin C. I.lidwlr sinter of
Mr. J. II. Copehind. Ou arriving Ht thn real.
dencu tho commissioner found Juslico Shield
nnd ii Inrirc circle of friends awaiting to wit
ness tho awful ceremony. About tl o'clock tlio
guests weru untied to their places. In tho family
pnrlor Justice. Shields "pulled down his vent"
nnd then thn brldil party entered tho room.
First ciinio the brldo nnd bridegroom a well
nmtched pair; then followed Miss Katie l.ud-
wig sister of the bride; Kd Fontc brother or
tlio bridegroom Mis Frances Hitters mid Mr.
Albert Ludwig brother of the bride. Justice
Shields uouducted the ceremony In n reverend
mid imposing milliner responses were uuido
nnd then tho Justice declared Hint thuy were
limn und wife. Then tlio bride saluted her
husband and the friend saluted the bride
pouring on them nil good wishes. This done it
was uwtiounccd that supper was on tho tnlilo In
tho garden mid the bridal party thither went.
Thore they purtook of nn excellent supper.
Toasts wnro then proposed by the Touslmn-
ter. Mr. John II Copelnud nnd replied to us
follows: The brldo and bridegroom Justice
Shields; I ho ladios Mr. Frank Caldwell; tho
llcncdlcts. Mr. It decker: the ureas. Mr. II.
Hydor-Taylor of tho Lioiit; tho parents of the
brldo. Mr. II. F. Johnson; Mr. V. II. Alley and
Mr. Copelnud were nlso culled upon for re-
sponses. After thco there wcro some very
pleasant zither and banjo performance sing
ing unu evcrytning w cut as merry ns tno mar
The Ii"HT heartily wishes tho happy couple
a long and prosperous Ufo In that sweet and
niTBtlo union that happy marriage can nlouo
Jti:soi.uTK)Ns op nicsi'ixT
Upon tliu Death of County Commissioner
It. .1.. lobes.
Yctcrday moinliig when tho County Com
niisaioncrs convened ttie loiiowing resolutions
of respect to the memory of their deceased
member Hon. It. J. Jones were read and
Whereas Whenever a faithful officer is
culled before that (treat Trlbiiiial before which
wo must all sooner or later appear. It Is but
meet and propur that his comrades should ten-
der a lilting tribute of relict due his memory
anil whereas tho Almighty ruler has been
pleased to remove from our midst cur respect-
ed rellnw-cotumhuloiior It. J. Jnuc.wo testl-
ijlng to what wo know and fel to be our duty
do offer tho following appropriate resolutions
und therefore be it
Hesoived That in tho doiith of our Into com-
rade and follow-coinuilssloner li. J. Joues tho
county has lost un honest nnd honorable citi-
zen and an ollicer faithful unto death ; one who
cheerfully pcrforintd his duty while ho wus
with us on this board of commissioners and bo
Hesoived That his plnco as an officer and
citizen will be hard to till ; and he it nlso
Unsolved That wo tendcrto his allllcted wife
nnd son our sincere symputhy in their sud ko-
reiivomcut nnd be It lurtbor
Itesolved That thesn resolutions be spread on
the minutes of our court and a copy of them
bo forwarded to the lnmllyiif tho deceased and
that the papers of Sun Antonio bu requested to
publish thuui Hcspectfully submitted
Hlgned Kd IIhaijkn j
W'M. IIOKFI.INO J-ColU
C. Ul.'KIKMJIN j
J. It. Mason Co. J.. II. Co.
Mr. Clntrles Merrltt Iluriios und Mrs. A It.
y Hester Uultml lu .Murrluge.
.Mr. Cliuiles Merrltt Karnes the well-known
reporter surprised his friends yesterday by tho
unnouuocmeiit thut ho was iibout to take unto
Ulnisolf a wife and at night County Judgo
Mason united him to Mrs? Annlo It. Hester ut
tho bridegroom's residence No Ml North
Flores street in the presenoo of n select clrclo
ol Intimate friends. Thero wan n rnmnnlli ulr
about this mulch t'tat deserves rneognltion.
When Mr. Karnes was shot by .Mr. W. It. I.yle
Mrs. lteitcr tended him and her ministering
nngel-liand led tho Injured man back to life;
and tho I.iailT hopes to happiness. Tho I.KliiT
uas oeen run umooreu oy inn nappy pair nuu It
heartily drinks to the health happiness und
prosperity of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrltt
A QUITK WISDDlSa.
Mr. O. S. Nowcll nud Miss I.ola StrilillllK
Tho friends of Mr. 0. S. Newoll tho popular
sheep man have long known tint some strong
magnetic liithionco Ima drawn him so frequent-
ly to tho city. Lately It has irot whispered
'round that Cupid has wounded him badly und
that thn only euro he could obtain win mutrl-
monlulHaUo Tlio boys talk d thonlrlsglgglod
und still ail went on tho same until a day or
two ago whop It beeamo apparent that tho
sweet unction was soon to be applied. Still It
was kept very quiet The I.inirr knew of tho
affair. Km ly this morning Mr. U. S Newell ami
his lovely and accomplished bride Miss Lola'
Strlbllng wcro llrnily united In the holy bouds
of matrimony ut the family residence on St.
Mary's street by the Hov. J. II. titrlbllng. uncle
of tlio brldo. Only a few Intimate friends were
present and Immediately after the ceremony
the happy pair left lor Colorado to spend thulr
nonoy moon t Hero. Tho Light wishes them u
full measure of martini happiness.
A MAO Kit)!!.
A Colored lloj Jtum Ills Horse Into a
Wagou and Noarly Kill the .
This morning at about 8 o'clock n colored
hoy while riding down Houston street was at-
tacked by a dog who bit his horse on tho leg:
und ho to evade tho dog gullupcd his horso at
full into down Houston street and thero col-
lided with terrillo force with a wugon opposite
the water works office. Tho boy was thrown
off and tho horse was brought down qulto
senseless. Tlio poor animal's head was badly
mnshed in and blood was freely runnlnc troin
ills nostrils. Kind hearted hy-stauders brought
buckets of water with which thy delimit I tho
uuiortiinato beast and partly revived him.
After what appeared to be a succession of tits
ho seemed to get better nud was led Into a
yard close by u d thero medically treuted.
Damages for Injury to Cattle
Mr. 0. Cullen sued the International und
flroat Norther i railroad lu Justice Shields'
court this morning upon sworn account &M0
iih riumiitfus for catllo killed and injured by
nesllgnnpoof tho railroad servants. Judgment
by default rendered In lavor of the plaintiff.
Items Oleaned In the Hotel Corridors nnd
Varloui Other Hnurces.
Iter. C. .1. Slstterr. of Guieston. Is nt the
Mr. II. M. Patterson chuailst of Uvalde. Is
vlnltlng the city.
A. C. Decker merchant of Stoekdalo. la stav.
lug at the Central.
Mr. J. W. Iiwreneo. of the land nfllee. AlTiu
tlu lsntthe llord.
Mr. M. (Jiilnn a commercial tnau from Gal-
veston. Is n guest ut tho llord.
Professor II. A. F ltedd formcrlyof the II rm
of Hcdd Si "a) ce. Is In town.
Mr. John I!. Wilson ti hirge toekbuyer from
Waelder Is registered at the Hold.
D. II Mason Jr. editor of thu Iloornu Ad-
vance Is a guest at the Centra).
Mr. A Millet loft for llulvestou thl morning
to attend tho opening tit the Hoaoh hotel.
James H. (llbson and (1. A. Swink tourists
or Hope ArkausiiB an- at the Central.
Mr. A. II. Gardner route anent. of tho Paci-
fic F.xprcss headquarters ut 1'alentine is at the
Mr. Wllllnn 13. Vaster or Huntnvlllc Ala-
bama Is at tho llord. He returns to his luiuie
Captain P.. Seliram representing a largo
merchantllo house lu New Orleans Is at tlio
J.G. Mangham of Choushatta. Iji. Is here
for tho bcnellt of his health. He sojourns at
A party of excursionists from Indiana nnd
Illinois nre In town on a plcnsuro trip and
with un eye to binlncm.
Mr. II. Hamilton accompanied by his sou
and daughter who havo boon Mopping at the
llord leave for their homo to day.
Messrs. Ihuerson and Heath gentlemen fioin
New York are In Sun Antonio with aVlew to
settling here. They Intend to go In for stuck
Mr. G J. Williams a well known traveling
agent representing thu hoiioo of Christian
Pepper dealer in tobacco St. Louis is a guest
at tlio Meng r
K. M. Hcrielord and William Alexander or
Peua Colorado are in the city. Investigating
the horso inaili't. They have their head-
quarters nt th Central.
Mr. Julius Mechlin a irenlleman from Iluf-
falo New York lias arrived in town with his
wlfo. He Intends onenlng n Jnwelrv business.
and wo wish him all success in his now -under-
Samuel Ilrown and ICuto Woods obtained n
license to marry to-day.
Mrs. 1M F. H-wo has been promaturuly de-
livered of n daughter.
Police Officer Hlshop found u lady's brace-
let nt tho eprlngs on Sunday last.
A visitor named Monerleff nged 29 years
died yesterda) from consumption.
-liulldlnir goes on rapidly nnd still stores
and dwelling houses are almost unobtainable.
Mndanio Vlrglnlo lion hlnon has arranged
to bold her medal ball at tho springs ou July 7.
- Mr Iti'iiguu Houston is to bo married to
.iiis aiatti" uiccii at Lebanon Tennessee ou
W. A. Vraugh. of Waugh's rancho. has nur-
chaeed un Inteiest in tho Vance hotel and pio-
Tho Texas Medical association hold Another
discission on cltv sanitary nlfalrs In the Coiu-
nilssloneis' court room to. night.
James Stevens died visterdnv nt tho Santa
Itixa linspltul and was buried in thu afternoon
ny tho Mssons ot wnicii outer ho was a mem-
This morning In tho Hecordcr'soourt three
persons were flued two lor lighting one for
drunkeness seven weio dismissed und thrte
Messrs Sunders & Rborhurdt havo arranged
to give a series of summer entertainments at
tho Snn Pedrosprlngs which nre to commence
ou the 10th liKtnnt.
Tho cloir dancing match between Frank
Hesso. of San Antonio nnd Illlly Adivne of
Galveston takes place at Tumor hall on Friday
ulght. May the best man win.
Mr. Cnlsnn ownor or the brick yard sevon
miles from the city tent lu his II ret load yester-
day. The brick Is of such capital make that ho
Is literally besieged with orders.
Tlio police nre aft"r that Fourth ward
nuisance Mrs. Gngan. Mies Hose n lndy whom
she has insulted has two affidavits out against
her but she eludes all their efforts with her
usual cleverness. .
Y. It. O'Noal charged with stealing $130
from T. J. Seott was examined bo oruJustlco
Anton Adam and was phicod under a bond of
$TIX) to npiH'iir before tho grand Jury of tho
Professor Koto wlfhes all thopo who cau
furnish boar I and halving at about $." a week
to those gentlonieu and ladies visiting this city
during Normal school sesslouto cull ut his of-
fice Fieneh building
" Miss Francis Hitters" said one gentleman
presenting her to unother guest nt the Lud wig-
Footo wedding last night. " Oh no" replied
the Introduce? " there must be some mistake;
this lady is too swot to bo bitters."
A servant girl at Doctn Herff's whllo car-
rying a knife lu her hand this tnnrnlntr slipped
and fell. The point of the knife slightly pen-
etrated her throat. She was quickly attended
nr. nnd tho harm do no is of not much con-
eequenco. The Polish Yoiniu" Men's Union desire tha
1 1-J I it to stnto that tho four boys accusod of
slabbing H. II. Pnwers were In no way con-
nected with or entitled to udmlsslon to tholr
ball. Thoy wero simply lookers-on of the
-Our old friend Van Alsttuo of the Sunny
Pout n saloon showed a LulliT reporter somo
old curiosities this inornljig. In thosliapoof a
Sp intsh pistol found In tbo Alamo nnd a small
CJiiiion liall tiiktm out of Its wnlls. He also
exhibited u tine crystalled quartz witli a drop
ol water In It. This last is a perfect curiosity
uud not to be eon every day.
AT THU GAMNO.
Profeior Kntzenberger nnd Uls Friends
Give n. Very riaaslnc Concert.
Profesor Katzonbergor's concert was fairly
attended last ulght nud was successful. Mr
Oscar Schmidt's very tine baritone voice was
heard to ndvantuge. Mrs. Schubert made a
successful debut and Mrs. Katzenherger sus-
tained .hor reputation as a premlor vocalist.
Mr. Mlchnells of t o Tyroleso concert com-
pjuy saojr excetdlngly well end was much ap-
P undi d und little llciinlo nnlff a pupil of
Piorrssor K'llzonborger distinguished herself
by hor pel formaiico oh tho piano forte. Mits
Sanili 1-inda Professor Hall Mr. J. McAllister.
Mr. Henry Laager and Professor Katzenheiytr
nlso appeared nnd were very successful In their
endeavors to please
atti2.ii i'tri) suicnn:.
A Dementeil Woman round With Her
Thioat CiitTn the Cluipparcl.
This morulmr n woman who was apparently
enclcnto was round In thn chnpparcl with her
throat cut. Information wus conveyed to tlio
city police and officers worn sent out to take
charge or her. It was then found thu thn
wom in was named Moilarlty Is married and
resides with her three children at a house near
tho International depot. She had what up-
iiaarcd to bo a bad wound In tho throat nnd by
her side lav an old blunt un.io knife with which
i. .. " l- "ecu imuciCM. J IIO
Injured woman was brouglit to tlio city nad
.... ... . iiiijiia(rni. no wasueu
mid dresed tho wound and was then able to
?!'" -ii i" wa '.'"I'ly a lleah wound
..... iviiinuiiuv HIUICV UI1 UOIIIg
asked why she had committed tho orlnio sho
Vvfi .. 1 nau siiioujier two
children which urn ipilto sure. Sho was also
very w a in uppimnmcound manner and wus
evidently un-iild of somebody or something.
'J oor woman sent to
tho Sisters hospital mid gave Instructions for
her to lie treated nud carefully watched to
j ii. Vf .i . "''ai n-i. ins opinion
a severo form of dementia but whether
iiun laimi resun in nor condition or arises
from other serious causes ho cannot now
i7 nun is iiui. n-garueu na
being lu any way serious and Its harmless
a . uiiini cuuu uion ot
tllll klllfi uhf. IIKI It thn a ... n
suicide. ' "-""'"'ii-
Pertinent Questions That- Deserve the
1'alr Con.l.leralliin of All Citizens.
Tho ditch near Mum- Frnni h'n .mIi ....
very dangerous and residents or tho' neighbor-
hood nro or an opinion that .lt should bo roneed
off Tor tho protection or human lire nnd of
property. Cows aro continually fnllirg M
there and as tho banks aro about 13 re t hfcrh
they havo to bo hauled out. Yesterday tliii
' in ton in uieuiii'ii nuu
Andrew 1 lowers of Fire Company No. 1 und
iiiii II i i V .r T .1 i '"e iiiciii
sldernblodlllleulty got three ut th 'cows out
............ .... i .u luiiiiu cow a remarKiiii o
Hie animal the weight r the cow upset tho
tcum and Mr. I!nwcr'atiklu was spraln.'d. Ho
was coinpHlled to lento the cow mere and
coiiio back lor tur'her usslsUiuce. He will
inakoanuthor attempt to extricate tho c w
to day und will no doubt be successful. Tho
question as to whether it is advisable to allow
tho lire ti iiiii to bo so far uwuy rrom the en-
gine h uo na to be Inai-cesBubie If w nted and
whether the place should bo fenced off dcaerve.i
serious coiiiidei utlon.
TKLKelltAPHIO NKWS IIOII.KI) UOWN.
Govnil.vou IiiriUkii hits 1.10 applications for
pardons of pciiltcntlari convicts.
Woi:k commenced yestenlay on a telephone
line beteen Houston and Galveston.
Major Nicki.iison has been expelled rrom
the .Metropolitan club or Washington City.
Mosus FiiKiiiMA.v. or Jiicksoinllle. uud Miss
Jenulu Lyons ot Vnco wcro married .Monday
Laiikiio folks are to celebrate thelth with n
big barbecuo und excursion to Governor
Hunt's coal mines.
Tiik Texas Tniohcrs' nssoclatloii conreucil
at Galveston yesterday. Part or tlio business
transacted was to accept Invitations to the
races and u bout ride.
Swkkt IlojiE Pa. Juno ai.-Sweet Homo
college conlcrred the degreo or Hachclor or
Arts upon seven graduates rour or whom
weio reiuales nud tin d;.greoor lUonelor ot
Literature upon live Including two fciuiiloi
Wasiii.noton Juno ai. -The Secretary or the
Treasury has still under consideration the
Ochiltree foriuerly United States Mnrhul In
."il-t l0."m".u.!t "f 1u J'"inoiit In the
cjio ls5tO(JJ and tho amount offered lu com-
proiuifoUJjlW. Solicitor has recelv. d u Inter
iriim a gentleman not n parly to tho cneo
offering to buy tho OuVcrmucufs claim
ngulnst Ochlllreo for J .010.
CiiAiiii)TTi:nvii.r.ii Jut . as--Tho publio hull
was lllled to-dar by a great throng ot
giitheiod to hoar tnealdren or Father Hvn.i
poet priest or tho South. IWore the society ot'
thu Alumni or tho University or Virginia. Tlio
theme was "Iileuls." Ho paid a tribute to
ThomiiB Jefferson us tho founder of tho mi.
verelty of Virgliila. nnd also loferred to tho
groat jtobort II. Lee as n biuvo soliller nnd lo-
vout Christian n model for young men or tlo
T"" Sunsot FrelRht Tralim Collide nnd
Firuniaii Fuber In Klllud.
Yeetenlay morning ns a fieight. train Vas
standing on the side-track at Waehlei- depot
wnitlng for onlera to continue its
east bound Jouinry. the west bound freight
train camo on utid tho switch being left open
both trains collided. Much diimiiiro to stock
wus done nnd tho tlrcniun or the east bound
train l'aber. of Columbus wus killed. Ungl-
UHtBcrlouly1" "S l"J"v''' blrt 11 19 ""p"1!
Tho body o'r Fa her was convoyed to Colum-
bus and there Interred. Tlio riiff.nrcr ia "L
cxialcied altJ"tlou 11111 p'ry iccovcry is
Tills ucciilent was tho cause or tho delavml
tmUlo ou tho Sunset route. ueiajed
AT THIS HOTI!L.sT
Ml llm.linr Acll. II II li.i... .
Held. Illinois; 1). 1). livens. 'Danville' II Inols"
John .McCoy. Fort Worth; I Pryre Muiloo
j A. D. Arnistrons Kvausville Indliiua.
I G II. Thompson Houston; Q. H. Studsou
Wnoolii. Illlgols; G. (j William" St 'UuIk:
1 1). and K. P. Stern Danville. Iltt-iols: II. 1).
Clark Austin: Mis. A. a. Uvniis. St l.-iinl-
' Mrs. Ilrown Mr. Hoe. J. F. lliirw.Md Gon-
zales: M'lMaret R. Holland. Houston: It. Victor
ulveston; T. Jeimlns St. Joe. -Mo. S. V
' Hodkun Galveston.
Thro wine; iituiim Nulsaneo.
Yeslordsy moriilug u colnrii iit- ....-.i
Hobert Drawn wus brought beroro tiio lteoor-
der for as.iiultlng Mr. It. 0. Byinlngton by
throwlnir stones ut him and na Mr. Symington
fulled tn appear tliu mm wus dlsminsou. Thli
"T.'!!1"-. hl "''"" a charged with us-
Kiuitliiir t hlji by liiown but as what Mr Stin-
ngton did was Juttlilid by the facts ataimt
n-h . IvX clye V very properly dinikged.
1 ho stoni--t browing iiuewiieo is oiw that Is
mucli complained of uud kliould be stopped
Ciiulien to ItestnuiKiit Keepers
As I am one of them I horoby lot the balance-
know that J havo trusted thnedltorof JuVoz
do Mexico K. I) Garza with tho sum. 1 U m
worth ot meals und us ho Is not willing to uav
mo I will tiinko him u present of the sum.
H A. O. YAJ.UKI
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