The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 75, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 28, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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S-CRNT CIOAH HAS IIEHN HE-
FOIIKTHE PUIILIC FIVE YKAUS.
NEVER EQUALLED Oil EXCELLED.
Standard i Reliable
0001)8 AUK AMY AYS FOUND
AT SIM IIAKTH OIOAJt STOIIE
M AIN PLAZA.
The San Antonio
Vol. I.-No. 7s'. f
San Antonio Texas Thursday June 28 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
HASH EMOVJSD TO 206 COMMERCE STREET. TE u-wo welding
EMANUEL . ABRAHAMS
THE CITY GROCER
To 206 Commerce St.
The store formoriy occupied by G. A. Duerlor tho Confectioner where ho
will bo ploasod to reoelvo bis old und now customers
and guarantees to sell nil goods at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Until In Staplo and Fancy Grooorlcs that will please all
Don't forgot the place No. 200 Comtnorco Stroet.
City Grocery Store Emanuel Abrahams.
O l-l as Kemoved
O His Stock of
HAS REMOVED TO 206 COMMERCE STREET.
Apprrclntlvo Friends Favor the Happy
Pair Willi Some Useful Presents.
On Tuesday evening Mr. Thomas Coley was
married to Miss Fannlo Wilson at the resldoncc
or Mr. II. O'Neal tho Itcv. It. ilnrbcrt oluclat-
lnir. Tho ceremony was very pleasant and
effective and was very gratifying to thoso
present. Among tho presents were ! Mrs. A.
Notte. bridal veil; Mr. and May Dodge a set of
solid silver; .Mrs. 1)0(1ko. a line lace scarf; Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wogner u pair of vum's: Mr. and Mrs.
K. II. llarbert a line velvet album; Mr. llenrv
Lowls two china cup.; Mrs. II. Lewis a linen
tahlo elolh nnd six nankins; Ml Mary Robin-
son u linen table o'otli and six napkins; Mr.
Lenard a silver butterdish nnd knife; Mr Jeff
Holmes u silver pleklo stund and knife; Mr.
Howard Cotton a silver butterdish; Mr. and
Mrs. Matthews a silver butter dish; Mr.
James Hcsktus a glass SPt; -Mr. S.
L. Harper a silver butter dish; Mr.
P. Mortimer a silver stand; Mr. John
Loiirani ; luiiiulii :
IN ANY QUANTITY AT
EH). STEVES & SONS'
nrds at International und Great Northern Railroad Depot and Galveston Harrlsburg and
San Antonio railroad track Eust Commerce Street. .
CALCASIEU AND LOUISIANA PINE
Corn market reports no changes yet.
Good rains arnrmnrt ml urnnnrt thn nniintrv
within 30 to 40 miles. '
In Uomn thprn urnlncml'roteatmit mnrnrll.
the result of 10 years' missionary work.
Msrr Guelder who died nt Ihn rrnlrienen nf
Mr. Joe will bo burled this altcrnoon.
Five throinrh frelirlit train In Ran Fran.
Cisco passed tho Sunset depot yesterday.-
Orcr ono hundred of k nloniRtrrs nf trcinlc
havo been laid In Mexico by tho Sunset extension.
Mr. Henry Mason n vorr Intelligent colored
farmer and sheep raiser of Con verso Is visiting
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 & .SGHMELTZER.
COMMERCE STREET SIN ANTONIO TEX VS.
SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER
DIUCGHT AND DOUBLE EXPORT BUTTLED.
if1 you o.ajr:e
Fir tie Safety it Your Family
Patent Pole Tip i Neck Yoke Clamp
To J M. Emerson :
Dour fir; In answer to your Inquiry con-
cerning your Patent Pole Tip and Neck Yoke
Clamp I would say that It lias exceeded my
expectations being tho safest and most useful
I'olo attachment I oversaw. Homo time Blnco
my team ran i way und kicked off tho two
truces tho pole dropped to the ground and tho
frightened horses ran sovoral hundred yards
breaking tho polo smashing the dash bosr-i.
tearing off both feats and otherwise damaging-
inu vciuuio costing inu it itir repairs xes-
tordav my team again became frightened and
ran away kicking oir thn outside traces hut
there was no dnmiiiro dnnn. as vnur neek vnkn
held the team to the pole and the driver was
enahlod to oontrol tho frightened horses. I
chuerfully recommend your patent to anv ono
wno vuiues sarniy ouraniuty una oconomy.
ilAJOK T. T. TKKb.
After giving Emerson's l'atont l'ole. Tip and
Neck Yoko Clamp a fair and Impartial trial I
heartily endorse it as tho best polo attachment
i ever suw. j u. kvans uoerne Texas
0". JS&m ES33B3R.JS80KT
WOt i Boieaau street
Proprietor of Kmorson' Patent
me up ana eo yoku emmp
lien) picture: Miss P. F. Stell. silk Parasol: A
T. Hooker pair linen towels: Mrs. C. Demand.
Jupaucxa picture; Miss Sarah Smallwood six
linen nanuaorenieis; Mrs. Hciuy two cakes;
Mrs. Evans two cakes; Mrs. Hundley loco tea
cover; Mrs. Perkins Jspuncso picture; Mrs
.narun Biivcr nutter gmtc; .Mrs. s. west luco
collar; Miss L. Smallwood. tnllefgiit; Mrs. Moss
u'-(i spreuu; .nr. .moss nair uozon gouiois; .us
Ellen Smallwood. ode-half nozon nine irlimsesi
Mr. Josopb Hull ono-bulf dozen wlno glasses;
Mrs. D. Lewis nice Jelly cake; Miss Christ
w oiiduacbcr; Mr. F. Dial ouo-buir dozen Ice
cream plates; Mrs. II. O'Neal. Blx largo cuke
und tnuny other things not mentioned.
Four Hundred nnd Twenty-Seven Molei
Horses Traced to Colorado
A gentleman who has Just returned from
Victoria statos information reached thoro on
Saturday thiit 427 stolon horses huvo been
traced to Colorado and are now in' possession
of tho authorities. Tho Webb boys arc said to
be Implicated in too robbery.
A stockman in Victoria says that ono of tho
Webb boys eumo to him und wanted to buy a
yearling. Tho stockman tuys ho did not euro
to sell it when Webb Impudently remarked
mat no must uuvo u. us nc wuiiicu mo or nil.
Tho reason tor this Is pluln. Ho would get a
bill of nine with the. yearling and would then
blotch tho brands of stolen yearlings put the
stockman's brand on and pass them oit separ-
ately us tho animal mentioned in tho bill of
sulo. 'this system Is hugely curried on at pres-
ent by dealers in stolen cattlo.
The stockmen aro Indignant over the ex tun
slvo thefts now going in and are co-operating
to take steps to provcut crime und punish the
.offenders. It Is exported that bouio lynchlugs
will bo heard of shortly.
The Terms ef the Sentence Are Ileported
nnd Huppoaeil to He Correct.
A Chicago special to the St. Louis Republican
on tho Wasson case states that "it Is ascertained
that tho sonteuce of tho courtinartlal In the
case of Paymaster Wasson is dismissal from the
army IB months lmprlsonmont In tho peniten-
tiary and the publication of the proceedings
and findings of the courtinartlal In the Iowa
naners. Eight of tho 12 members of thn court.
martial recommended clemency biitOeneiul
.ugur wno reviewed wo sentence disap-
proved of this recommendation and General
Sluyldan has forwarded the papers iu tho casn
10 Yvasuiugiou wituout recommendation."
Who' her this Is or Is not true Is not vet known.
but from tho fact that Wasson'sguard has been
strengthened It would appear that Bomuottlclul
Information has been received at tbeso head-
AN UNFOKTUNATE GARPENTEll
He Hreufas Ilia Ankle la In a Collision and
Is Operated On.
Georgo Hundcock a carpenter from Flatonlu
Texas has been tho subject of a vlviscctlonul
operation this morning. A year ago while
going to u wedding his bhggy-liorse ran away
and ho was violently thrown out and broke his
ankle. Ever since tho injured member has
been running and bo was oventually obliged
to come oowu ncro nnd Dc pcrrormed on.
Four of tho. prominent doctors of this city
did the operation Ho was put undor tho In-
lliienceof cholorform when they extracted
sovoral pieces of dead bono from his. foot. Ho
is progressing favorably. Altogether Hand-
cock appears to bo a very unfortunate nun.
nnen coming uown irom r atonia no was in
the Waelder railroad accident whero Ills
mail roucn itomiKi)
Two Hundred and Forty Dollars Stolen Ku
lloute to San Antonli
When tho reg'stercd mall pouch from Itlo
Omndo City arrived hero yestcrduy It was
found that there was $210 short In specie. On
tolegraphlng the Postmaster of that place ami
interrogating thn routo agent it was found that
the amount had been stolen during a short
stago Journey beforo leaving Itlo Orando City.
mo remainuer or mo contents or tno regis-
tered pouch had not been touched. The pouch
had evidently been deliberately opened with a
knife or other sharp Instrument and It ap-
peal's evident that tho t hlef knew that the cash
wits aepositca in mo poucn.
Tho matter has been reported to Inspector
Foster and efforts aro being mado to arrest thn
INSULT TO IN J UK V.
She Won't Fay and Mis Would not Turn
Out So 1 Sued.
An old negro man mado an affidavit this
morning In tho Recorder's court against a
-rhlto woman Laura Stokes by name. Sho
rented a room from him for two Weeks but
threo weeks have elapsed and sho has neither
paid the rent nor will she turn out and abus s
her landlord whenever bo mentions tho sub-
ject. Ho also cotnp'alns of her carrying on
with colored men and says hts nnuo has be-
come disreputable since her advent.
Ho thinks the and her particular friend Eng-
lish n cock-eyed nigger as ho calls him should
ho hung but he turns to tho Recorder's court
for help and the case comes oil to-morrow.
yet habitual beggars aro nllnvcd to calf dally
nnu weeKiy wmioui inoicsiaiion.
Ex-Htreot Commissioner Dulfv has ncoulred
gnind-pateruiil honors his daughter Mrs.
rauuen naviug nccomo u uioiiier.
Thn irurstant thn F.lnlo.I.od wlir weddlnir
last night wore In a ouanihtry us to whether
mo -rooto ueing uitiuo plural siinuiu not do
Yesterday a little bov whllo throwing
stones cut nis sister s tiead upon with ono of
tho missiles. The girl fainted and is still sick
from tho elfoo's ot tho blow.
At ono of Ban Antonio's hotels a waiter was
asked "how much water ho put Into tho milk?"
His reply n as "Wo never put water Into tho
iuiik uui pin mo iuiik into mo wuior. ceor
Mr. John flilltnirhar iinkH ll (n ilf.nv tlm
ExDtoss statement thai ho knocked down ii
mun at liisciie s store yostorclay. Ho was not
IUI-DUUI.UI inu uuiu uuu iu uu wuy iiupucaicu
iu mo row
A. W. Luck a carpenter lately from Eng-
land while working yosterduy slipped and
fell on a chisel giving his leg a fearful trash.
Dr. Cupplcs sewed the wound and tho patient
is I'rugreMiug lavuruuiy.
Newa has arrived of tho death of Mrs.
Wharton (Ireen. Deceased was the wife ol
Col. What ton O'oen member of Congress for
.-Minn uarounu. uoi. ivn rton ureeu resided
uero ror some time and was very popular
Two boys had a light this morning on Market
strcot In which one was badly used up. The
notice arrested one cdmbatnnt named J. L.
MeAdoo. Tho nthur bov. said to tin iMuuloved
at tho Western Union telegraph office slipped
uy mo policeman uuu oscupou.
Enlarging the Menger Hotel
The alterations and extensions of tho Monger
hotel commenced this morning. The building
Is to be raised another story and is to bo im
Droved In manv wuvs. When oomnlele.l. II
will bo the most convenient commodious und
eiegant noiei in tuu city.
The engagement Is announced of a faslilona
bio young milliner a handsome brunette
with a well known young land nucnt. Tho
prospective future bus already brought about
qulto a change on the young man us bo now
put8onncw "bllcd" ofothes and Is becoming
ijuuo iL'smeiio in nis manners jio "stacKs up
immensely inougn notnuuue.
teallug Dog Collars
Tho thieves of the city havo established a
n-w branch of nefarious industry that of
stealing collars with tax plntes on thou. The
result in mat mo owners aro compelled to get
THr.KORAI'HIO NEWS ll()If.KI DOWN.
Waco Is going lo havo a driving park.
WlI.I.UH Kmirt- ll.tn1 ut llronl.n. ...
TlIK colored nnillltntlnn'nr Vl. lirl nr.
TlIB miltUal admlrntlnn nf Hid Slnln irhnnl
teachers Is still going on at Ualveston.
The Pleasanton and San Antnnln trlnnlmnn
company has been chartered with a capital
sock of J2000.
YOIINO inntl mlllmr 11m. .If I.nwl n.
and a cousin ot die (lencnil steals a $3(10 dial
ln!mJ nt 'ort Worth. He was caught and
Miu. P. H. ltnsa ohnt hnranlr llr i.l.
heart at Lamiiasas Springs and her husband
after seeing the corpse shot himself through
ItAIIIII SCIIUllt. Of Dallas. Still IV Ii. I Innn.
cent aipl usks tho public to usend judgment
until ho can prove it. Iliit Silo Lindsay says
Aruangkmenth have been oomnleted .be.
ween the Post olllcn den rtinenr uml tli.i vAtini.-
llo of Mexico for overland exehango of mails
between the offices of San Diego California
and Trjuana Mexico to enmmenco on tho 1st
proximo. The exchange for the present will
bo semi monthly.
Al.EXAMlllll. June 27.-TI. inln.i. Ik.
cholera in Egypt Increases. Thulllghtof Eu-
rnpeans continues and a cnuimltteo has been
formed to dcvlso somo means to protect Alex-
andria from tho malady. Tho fetlvals usually
neiu on inn anniversary ot tho Kliedt o s ac-
cession to tho throno will be stopped. All the
ministers havo been recalled to Cairo.
IlAllltlHllUltn. Va.. Jlinn K. Thn Hlnln A .ll.
tnr yeterdtt' levied upon all the rolling stock
of tho Ilaltlmnro and Ohio railroad at this
Piarr uuu nwaiung mo arrival or tno 10 u. in.
freight and passenger train levied upon tho
engine and seven freight cars and one iksscu-
gercar to satisfy a claim of 820000 duo to tho
ritate for back taxes. Tho road donlcs Its Habit.
.ij uu.. nmviimuiur to ooiaui an injuncuou
TllK Clisoof .Tamos (lnrdnn ltiii(f ii.nln.
thecltvorNow York has concluded In tho
Supremo court. Thn suit was brought to re-
ivera claim against tho city for advertising
I the Herald. Thn comlitmllnr r.rii.el tn tin v
tho advertising rules und thn Herald rcccivoil
thenmo 'nt tho comptroller agreed to pay and
new licenses and collars und In thd meantime
tlielr dogs aro in (lunger of oelug (initially fee
poisoned meat. It - oil Id bo udvKthle for '111
Messrs. Sanders & F.borhardr managers of
tho novelty combination which gavo an en-
tertainment benefit of tho orphans Juno It
would respectfully state to the public gener-
ally that th"y nil not tn any way connected
" I th tho crtiMiiutico given at Tumor hall
Irlday nor have they 'Its management but
would announce thuttholrnext entertulnmmit
takes plaoo at. the San Fed a springe Tuesday tho men havo
evening July 10 sumo game
zons to tral the dogs to feed on collar stealers.
and the crlmo would soon bo conspicuous by
Tho oxamtnatlon ofW.lt. O'Ncll for rob
bine Scott of $150 at tho St. Leonard hotel
was concluded vesterdav In Justlco Adam1
court uuu tno accuseu was piucua nnuer a $uu
bond to appear beforo tho grand Jury. Tno
ovldonce against tho acoused Isl of vngea and
circumstantial churuulor. Tho only thing that
detained him whs tho alleged fact that the ac
cused annulled Having mo money and gave an
order for Its delivery. This tho accused now
PunrrnI nf Mr Kellner.
Tho remains of Mrs. Kellner were lutorred
yesterday in the city cometory n large number
of trends following to thn grave. Dean Rich
ardson officiated nnd the pa 11 lieu rem were
Hermann wugenruclir. I'do Khodlus. Aransas
Presoott W. McAllister. Harney Eborhardt
nnu u. ii. rrina. amen njmpiuny was ex.
Dressed for the bereaved husband who was de.
votedly attached to his wllo and the curly
iieitiu oi una esiimuuio iauy was mucn ro
The Cabi-iones bliuotlug Cnse.
The case of Louis Culn who U chargod with
shooting his mistress Kato Jonos will bo heard
In the District court this afternoon. Kato
Jones was seen by 'ho I.inilT commissioner
this morn nir. nnd IMS uimareut v nil right
again Tho wound has healed up but Is still
very troublesome as soiuo looso b uoiioutii
the throat and produces Bymptoins nl iiiitoea-
tiou. Even this morning the City Physician
naci to pcriorm un oponuion io givu ner rcuoi
Certainly Worth a Trial.
Messrs. ltlschu Si Son have established work
for th manufacture of mineral waters nt th
corner nt Grand River avenue undoe thn mm
tigemeut of Mr Ernest UUobo. This Ilrin has
all urn new muctuni ry ror uiHiiiructiirlng and
buttling such as soda wstcr lemonade glnger-
ale. sarsiiuarilu. mineral waters eti .. and urn
thus utile to produce 'Ihcm iu the best stylo mill
of tho first quality. Tho LiaitT has testeii
incso nunorai wuiers uuu can conimoiHiy re'
uuiuiueuu tueiii iwr iuunu ijuppoil
He Heats the Printer
Whenever a professor of muslo or somn
amateur organizer of dramatics wants to rflUd
tho wind-that is get money iu his pirho-ho
strikes tho prlntpr for credit ami usually
stands him olt for $S0 or J.H) worth ol Job
printing and advurtUlnv. If his show is h
success and. llO makes any money ho will
likely enroe urnund and pay the printer's hill.
Hilt If the public falls tn appieelato tho I a bins
of this worthy (?) worker and bn does pot till
his pockets with "filthy lucre" Mr Printer Is
sure to get loft. The LuillT in among .tho
Defl nailing by Forged Orders.
Mr. Charles I'etrle of New Orleans sold his
orchard on tho Medina and went to New Or-
leans leaving his cuttlo thero A few duya
after two men catno to tho orchard and pro
ilucod nn order from Mr PetrK demanding all
cuttle having Petrle's brand. As tho cattlo uot
branded were k demanded tho now leseo
was suspicious and refused to deliver the cattlo.
After valnlr attempting to bulldoze him tho
men reiireu. i
1 1 the ardor was a
sued lor halancnnf over 810000 with Interest
Thn Jury returned a verdict Iu favor of plain-
tiff lor $1221.1.
PlIII.AliEI.l'iHA. Jlinn"? Tir. II. hi....- i..
tho cellar of whoso residence many luta'nts
were found buried wns convicted of having
performed a criminal surgical operation on u
servant girl on April 8 und was sentenced to
pay a lino of SW0 und undergo Impr.sonment.
. i i' ' ".'.D .' "f. ."xieni or tno law.
Arc hbtshon Wood's lair w nn i.fn. ......
udm tttdto probato to-day. Ho lieiiuoathed
all his effects both real and personal to his
suecrpsors In otllce In trust for Ills use. as such
Archbishop and to bo transmitted for like u-o
to his successor In tho church.
A Dangerous Young Archer.
A boy living on Pocun strcot bus bei-n shoot.
ing arrows promiscuously. Theso arrows aro of
a most dangerous character and aro evidently
of his own manufacture. Thoy consist or ii
stick having a largo sack noodle hound at Its
end. Thoneedlo projects about t!ire tno)..
ubove the cud of tho stick and Is capablo of in-
dicting n serious wound uptm a child or upon
pet animals. At present thl" young artier
confines his operations to his nelglibors. dogs
""' iciiiug wucn a ciiiiu
niay bo injured by a stray knot from this proin-
Nouous shootor and 'f his parents don't stop
his promiscuous shooting tho police should
'HIE D'HANIS BTAIIHINO Al'RK.W.
Motive for Action Said to bo an Intent to
Kob the JIhII.
Tho D'hanis stabbing nlfatr has a more
serious aspect than is generally known. The
Mexican who was rauchcut was carrying the
mall from the postofrp o to tho depot und it la
said that tho motive for thn attack was robbery
of the mall but ovon If this Is n.itso the nffen-
dersiiroorlmlimlly llablo tor Intorfering with
tho mail. Tho assault was unprovoked. A
Moxleaii and an Irishman w.-re badly wounded
and but for tho Interference or another man
the consequence i would have boon Tar more
serious. Tobo Illlor and a n an named Ilyran
havo been arrested for tho offenco and havo
it is said given bond for tbolr appearance.
Itema Gleaned in the Ilntal Corridors and
Various other Sources.
Centrai' Jolm80n Haii fulllS aro ut tho
i?"ii'!.?.iJ- T.omn? merchant from Ccntro
Point Is ut tho Central.
Mrs. and Miss Humor Uuvo town for tho
o luntry to-morrow.
Major Ilcthel Coopwood. a prominent lawyer
ot Austin is at tho Central.
Mr. N. Dunn with his son well-known cUI-
jons of Corpus Chrlsil nro registered ut tho
o Jl.r8'.'arkor' noeomnanled by hpr sin Mr. O.
. l'urker frotu Now Orleans nro guests at tho
Mr. II. W. MeCullough Ocnernl Passnnirer
Agent of the Missouri Puolllc was in tho town
Mrs MayQeld wife of a prominent "took man
of Helena accompanied bv her children nm
i-sts nt tho Central. '
Mr.D ILSnydornnd Miss Snyder of George-
town und Mrs. 1'erUlno f llr.1 1.
Texas nro nt Mrs. Sapplngton's. " '
.1 THE UOTeEsT
Mr. nnd -Mrs. J. It. Storm; Ooorgotown; J. J.
Gordon El Paso; E. P. S.evcnson Colorado; It.
iV..hi8li?.1?.leir'i'': c- Ohrcndort. St.
J.l.oiwe-ll. Laredo?'0 1 aM: "C"1"' Um0kt';
G. W. Iwls Palestine; P. E. Dugul Ovulde;
J. W. 11. Frasor Chicago; P. c. Wudsworth
o'war?i:- W01- vfInlu; r. and Mrs. D.
s SS!WW! H.Siiinson Columbus;
8. 1. Miles Dol itlo; L. A. L. Lumkln Luling
J. M. lilakoly HIobmond;Mr. and Mrs Hugh
Lewry 5J II Wnlkcr Gonzales Albert Lowing
.New York;G. V. Lano St Loul: A. Her-
niiudes Siilllllo Mexlo-; fl. W. Wlleoll St.
IiuUj A. Hlrsobteld Now York
II. U. Payne Harris. Montoroy; F. M. Odonn.
Detroit; A. L. Parker Frankfort Kentucky;
O. Presela Now YorktO. N. Klglit Or-at
It subsequently transpired that ! hg8; a Soberfr. Mrs. Sehrll and Eml llraiin
i forgery.and It isBupposcd tha; Kow llrnunleUj Mrs. II. Parker. (J. S. Parker
etn operaliuit elsewhere w . Now Orleans iir. nA Mrs. K. Norm an Silver
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