The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 184, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 1, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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My Platform Is :
Fair square and honorable dealing.
Eternal warfare against monopolies
and high prices. I'rotccllon to ray
P7n1- SIM IIARTonl?
eiomilre tobacconist. Main pla.
San Antonio Lieht
Peck's Bad Boy ani His P
Will vlilt Ban Antonio Noveni '
St At IIAItT THntinu-nr
Vol. I. No. 184.
San Antonio Texas Thursday November 1 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
ED STEVES & SONS
Yard at International and Oreat Northern Kallroad Depot and Galveston llurrlaburg and
ten Antonio railroad track. Gait Commerce Street.
The best grades always on hand. Also Doors Sash Blinds
Mouldings Shingles Fencing Barbed Wire Fence Postsi
Newels Stair Rails and Ballusters. Our lumber is of the finest
quality and unexcelled. We would invite the public to exam-
ine before purchasing elsewhere. En. Steves & Sons.
GREAT BARGAINS !
Estate of J-J GRENET Deceased-
Dry Cools Mil Boots Sloes
Glnss ware mid Crockery 1'oslthcly Sold iI5 pne cent.
Ilolow Cost to CIono Out Stock.
GEOOE EY DEPA.KTME2STT !
Kept at lull etandard.'wlth freshest Roods constantly nn hand. Host "hlsklcs and cognacs
also best French German and California wines In the city. Ooods delivered anywhere In the
city. Whole grocery business offered for sale. A rare opportunity for an encrgctlo and entei-
prlslngman. Tho aplcndtd business stand tbo "Old Alamo" also offered for sale.
Koranic Three-story house corner Main plaza and Market street: two-story resldcneo and
clirht acres Irrigable ground on Garden street and various lots In the city. Apply to
JOSEPH B. DWYBR Executor.
Haa opened up la bis new itore at f85 Commerce at wet
with a most elegant Hdc of
Watches Diamonds Fine Jewelry.
pr Makes a Specialty of Repairing Kino Watches. Call and see him.
Dealer in Paints Oils Wall Paper Window Glass
Mirror Plates Artists' Materials Etc.
Pic ture Framing and Fine Sinn Work a Specialty. 10-2-6in
J. M. EMERSON
No. liS Solcrtad Street Snu Antonio Toxus.
Watches clocks jewelry guns pistols musical instru-
ments etc. sold at a small advance of cost. Bargains to
be had in forfeited pledges.
J. H. MARQUART
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
No. 17 Soledad St. Opposite Court House
Makti BOOTS AND SHOES TO ORDER on lS shorten nolle aid but style.
Keeps a Stock of Is (ta Manufacture of Goods on Hand.
AUahtt tha oMfCompUu Boot and ShM tUaifactory lq San AntJilo Kepitht Ufieit bait and root
varied stock of Lctthirt tmptoyt mora workmen tare oat roort good ana givci better latit "action
thai any other ettablUhmtnt of the Mad la the city
Only First Class Workmen Employed
and Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed.
The Light Man Interviews a Popular Clergy
man Led Into Disgrace by
Anil Is Completely Dazaleil by the lleantl-
fu! TMncs That Are Placed
Why lilt so little sympathy Is manifested fur
a fallen minister of icllglon? Tlicro Is no end
of curiosity concerning the causes which leil to
his dlsgrace-he Is tho crestfallen abject )lll.
ahlo hero of a Godless hour. If there bo a
"woman In the case" as If too frcqucntl) the
fact and even should she bo both harridan and
vlson shals Immediately transformed Into n
crsonago radiant with all tbo charms of a
Venus-ono who could cnuso monk to forget
his vows and anchorlto his cell much less n
working-country person exposed to tempta-
tion for years manfully resisting; yet sudden
ly to go down In a sea ol scan jal while usually
his warmest parlshnncrs set faco and
toniruo airalnst him. Tho simple truth bad
enough In Itself Is malignantly pcrvrrtod and
so flung like some vilo leper beyond tho city
gates the fallen minister has served only tho
purnoso of showing how all men are fallible
and how particularly appetizing even for
Christian stoinaches. Is tbo exaggerated story
of tho sins of one of their own household.
Whylsltthosnmu condemnation does not lay
hands on every lay gentleman of good social
standing and fair education ns well as upon
A l.imiT man who has traveled all over the
United status and tbo state or Now Jersey
aud whoso business It was to mako tho ac-
quaintance ot leading men In all the walks of
lite for tho purpose of news gathering was
tapicd on thu shoulder by an apparent
stranger this morning. In front of 8. stern's
plsco of business 24 Commoreo street. A
recognition followed and tho middle aged gen-
tleinutt. handsomely attired beaming with
an air of prosperity proved to bo a once popu-
lar clergyman or fcw Orleans who IHo years
ago mado tho welkin ring wltb tho burz end
whisper or pious tattle tho odious guffaws of
tho iion-rollglous while tho air was literally
allvo with tl log bodies of tho mud. null crimi-
nations and Indecencies of a seduction troublo
with a fair young lady of his own tlock.
"Come come" said tho ox-roverond "no In-
terviewing. 1 have lived down that torrlblo
charge against mc. I am not In the ministry
any more; am mining ner In Dursngo; havo h
few days' leisure and 1 desire tu see suiuo of
Hon ri.ui Antonio stores I havo heard ot.
Let's lioglti here right whero wo stand."
And so Into stern's Jewelry store we
sauntered. Disdaining any Intention in
purchaae tho Liuht hired hand asurlng Mr.
stern that only diamonds would appropri-
ately become him but seeing that their
cost was considerable all pious newspaper
men must content themselves with pearls
bo stated his mission to bo that of Inspecting
his stock and store. To do this a rourteoua
welcome was extended and Immediately tho
pleasant task began.
Mr. Htcrn Is from New York lias been en-
gaged In this lino or business since boyhood In
fact to uso bis own expression he wns
"cradled" In It served 10 years "on tho road"
asssh-traan for ononf tbo lending New York
Importing and manufacturing jewelers and to
alter an apurentlccshlp or sq uief ul a h-ra-ter
to himself and patrons ho looked about him
tor a location and s'lectedourcltyashlsluturo
homo and place or business Ills store room Is
magnlllcenlly mounted adorned and furnished
In luct It Is In overy respect on artistic set
ting to the dazzling heaps or Jewels or bur-
nished gold and silver that gleam at every
angle In tills vorltuble treasuro house. Hanged
on both sides or tho room aro nlno
very largo and very deep show coses every
sldo encased with glass till gazing down Into
their depths where Jowcls diamonds auio-
th)st onyx and ruby comfortably repose In
plush caskets thoy can well bo termed the
crystal caves or Arabian rancy. Ilestdos they
are stocked with watches Humorous enough to
keep thu almanac maker in time during all
eternity. Hero aro gold watches from JO to
$500; stiver ones rrom Sato SflO or every va-
riety of make Elgin Sprlngllrld Wsltham
Howard Jcrguson and the best that the cun-
ning patient hands of tho workshops of Oo-
uova can turn out.
Ilehlnd tbo left hand counter aro twoonor-
mous sldo wall cases each 17 feet long by 10 In
height. These contain tho wealth of a silver
mine In themselves as one sees how radiant
they are with water pitchers. Jewel cases cako
baskots cpergnes castors salvers butter and
berry dishes card receivers etc. They are of
the most popular designs damascened plain or
Alter gazing with astonlsbmenton these and
wooderlngly and longingly wishing that that
"Holy Torror" lead of oura upln NoAceount
canyon would do something In the way ordlvl-
dends for u Mr. Htcru was asked ir ho bad a
diamond mine conveniently la) lugloono around
"O yes" replied Mr. Stern "that I have. I
havo diamonds mounted or unmounted single
stones and matched pairs a speciality. liesidi a
this collection you sou hero of mounted rings
pendants ear rings eta. I am tho only one In
the city carrying loose diamonds so that they
can bo mounted by my workmen after every
stjle or any caprice. Juit step this way" Bald
Mr. Btern uud wo rollowud htm to a heavy Iron
sife large enough for the I.iniir man t aleon
In provided bo would let him out In the morn-
ing without subjecting him to a search. From
this several bags or dlatnouds were taken out
and tho size and qualities or the stones plcosant-
"1 am selling very many diamonds In this
city Tho Dcoolo are mora particular nhmit
their mounting!. They not only wish a genu-
ine ttono. but they baen rcllned taste of their
jwu concerning ino sellings. lestcnlay 1 re-
ceived an order ror aS-UUactor earrings. I
am astonished at tho amount or diamonds sold
"You say you havo workmen engaged by
you?" queried the l.iaitT man.
"yea sir;" answered Mr. Stern "I have
threo or thn beat workmen New York could
turn nut. They manufacture or repair right
on tho lit. Tlicro Is no occasion now to scntl
u-iiiii iui Kiua in worx. incso artists can
mako an) thing from a plain ring to a com
nleto wedding outfit of lewelrv nreaenla. An
other thing" continued Mr. btern "I bcllovo
In educating my customers as to the valuo
or quality of thtlrcuntoinplatcd purchases. 1
endeavor to make them comprehend the va-
rluui kinds or gold as expressed by karats thu
mechanism of too different grades or watches
tho difference in plated ware etc And this
method has proved satisfactory to my patrons
and quite gratiOing to me. 1 am a compara-
tive itrungcr here vet mv hualnftaa la iRru-nr
ilia" I ixpectcd to realize after one years no.
luaiuiuuuu wiiii me guou people ot nan An-
tonio." Continuing to move around iriilttp.l hv ...
tloiuan who scorned to be Midas hlmseir slnco
nearly eveythlng bo touched was gold or silver
somo raro Jewel somo daintily cut seal or
flaming signet ring mounted plainly or elabo-
rately carved chased enameled or engraved
arojul display lit ror a king's banquet and
valuable enough for a king's ransom. too silver
and plated waro ror the tahlo came next In
view. Following this was the optical ilenarl-
ment with Its store of opera and field glasses
spectacles and eye-glasses of tbo clearest
pebble. Thence bv fuur deon raana fllleil ami
glittering with rings scarf pins bracelets ear
rings cuains bou coarms. alio LIUHT man.
uruauu uuwii wiin u Duuuess gnawing yet
Poker In the Legislature surveyed a vast
iruy oi Ausonia anu Bern inomaa Clocks anil
departed to seek consolation with hta -iii.'i
wbereThe I.IOllT Is gladnoss built or earnest
One of the best pieces of property In ui
around the city altuated on Presa street con.
talug nvo acres of land with bouso and stable.
proved and can be used aa a dairy or garden
liuoulre at Lone mar Saloon corner Nacog-
doches and llowle streets 11-ltf .
A GREAT AMUSEMENT VENTURE.
All Previous Inhibitions Outdone-Orlen-tal
From the St. Louis Ulobe Democrat.
After several months' hibernation In St.
Louis W. W. Cole's Consolidated Shows start
t nu a tour of tbo Unltod States with the
firm determination to not only surpass all pre-
vious exhibitions but to overshadow anything
that will thla season havo an rxlstcnco. For
years Colo's Clrcua and Menagerie baa enjoyed
a most cnvlabto reputation and alnro Ita re-
turn from a Journey around tho world It baa
been particularly prominent In that Ita general
character wns far abovo tho ordinary run of
canvas entertainments. Ita neat and whole-
somo appearance and remarkable diversity of
programme nwakeneil tho most Intenso In-
terest of Its patrons a'nd commanded ihoun-
dtvlQcd approval or the press. It atood In tho
scale ot comparison witu us coniempo-
i. as the drama or nta-raln Hie lltidt-rnlrtpd
variety show. Tho success that naturally at
tended this marked revolution was ruont nat
tering to tnu proprietor end at llio rlowior
last season's tour Mr. Cole set at work to
henceforth and forever stand at thn head nf
all amu.emcnt ventures. In both magnitude
ann mem ine twin motives mat makes per-
fection possible. Agents were at one dis-
patched to all patls of the world in search of
undiscovered novelties mechanics artists de-
signers and manufacturers wero cmplo)ed In
making building decorating a new lino ot
strange objects; useful paraphernallas onder-
ous cars gorgeous wagons tableaux cages
vans and chariots everything Is now wr-rcetr-d.
Features from fnn-lxn lands havo ar-
rived and tho most novel attractions and dis-
tinguished artists or this country bate been
eiigagea. a iroupe oi iweivo performing
Ileilouln Arabs has been Imported and this
reaturoalonoblds ralrto prove the most in-
tetestlng novelty or tho ago. These nomads
of thotiescrt aro genuine representatives of
tho Arab race aud will appear lu a series of
peculiar pcrformancca which dory description.
They will form lofty pyramids laull over
lines or Oxeil bayonets and glvo llfc-llko char-
acteristic scenea of Arabian warfare halts In
inoaeseriB. uarcm me. teats ot juggling ana
various other oriental f-attires. An enormous
theatre stago Is to lie erected whereon llusslan
roller skaters and other novelties will bo pro-
duced. Three circus rings sldc-by-slde aro
necessary to present tho many features of this
great show. All tho riders perform their
equestrian feats on bareback horses. Itlval
rldera will appear In the same ring. Tho me-
nagerie is a uinrvtl or greatness and contains
nearly every known variety of beasts birds
and reptiles; including "Samson" the largest
Assntlo elephant evor In captivity. Among
tbo many human wonders nre the Seven Suth-
erland bisters whoso beautiful tresses ot balr
trail me grounu ana bangs in wavy tnaascs
nearly rour Inches thick And thus sensation
alter sensation could be mentioned until tho
sum total resched thousands but space for-
bids. That Coin has accomplished an unci.
atnpled undertaking is positively certain and
tbo magnitude of his colossal shows hss yet to
ontlio Iteiponttbllttr of ATouion
ror tho IStnto of Society.
Colonel Horace Co no delivered hU lecturo
lnet oTcnlnff at the Cualno on tho "ltesponat-
blllty of Woraeu for the Stato of Society' The
audience was very limited and conilsted only
of a fow fleet citizen. About 8.30 o'clock
the lecturer nicended the platform acoom
panted by tho Hon. Columbus Upton and Gen
cral Heet and after a brief Interval Mr. IT jn on
camo forward and Introdueed Mr. Cone In a
brief but complimentary speech. The lec-
turer mado a few Impromptu remarks re-
jrrptttn? tho limited attendance that evi'nfnir
and twld that it did not rttlect hluMy on tbo
Kood tuato of tho people aud yet ho did not
lame them because hothoutrbtlccturera wero i
thetnr-olvoa to bin mo for maklnir their lectures i
tcdlnus. unlntereatlntr. and dlt Idlntr them like
tho Popes ol Home Into heads that ran Into
forty-fourthly. He then proceeded to
reud tho lecture dt-llnlmr what waa
meaut by society and contrastlnfr
tho natural Mnllarlty In tho taoto
and hohlts nf societies In all part nf tbo world
He showed tho power or woman In her in-
fluence over man her offspring and the world
referred to tho degeneracy and frlvolty of
fitAhlnnablo life complained of tho literature
that fostered uch thlnirs. eodemned the easy
morality of the world which would ovortook
evlltn those who had wealth extolled thn char-
acter of tho (rood woman showed her lntluenco
upon tho llcs of tbo great men of America
dealt severely wlih tho woman's rights advo-
cates and defined tho duties of a wife and
mother declaring that she who rocked the
cradle ruted the world lie concluded by apol-
ogizing for anything offensive to the Udiea and
thaukedlhouudlenco for their consideration.
In u short summury like this It Is Impossible to
convey anything hko an adequate Men of the
merits of tho lecture. SufTlco It to say that the
lectuio was well read and very Interesting
tying relieved by political extracts apiopoa of
tho subject. At tho conclusion of tho lecturo
bo was warmly appUudcd.
How Some .Men's l'rlends Never For-
A Mel lean desperado with blood In hta eye
mescal on top of his broakrast and hla breath
cactua thorns on hla leather Jacket wltb two
bald headed knlvca flanking tbo buck-skin
bound bandlo of a " persuader" which to look
down Ita glittering chambers seemed liko a
notice of rooms to rent" or "keop off the
grass" suddenly sank down on Alamo strict
this morning. Ho had succumbed evidently to
tho Inspiriting forces of pent-up patriotism
for as h. stretched bis Aztco length ocr
io eial varus of tbo sidewalk he lazllyhumracd
several verseaor tho "Oolondrlna" aa his feet
kept steady time to tho music. '1'buro was
very little attention paid him 1 scarce astray
paaaorby felt inclined to approaoh him. Ap-
parently tho strollers of this locality had other
business on hand. And they had for a fact
since ono were blinder than the mole not to
havo observed that there was a regular pro-
cession of tbo old time friends of (jus Kot-
mlck and Andy Walzen who had thla morning
made their first bow at their now place. No. J.
Alamo street near Commerco. It was opening
day at "Ous Ic Andy'a." It certainly augurs
well for their tutura success to meet with such
a reunion of old frlmdsua sipped l heir bever-
ages at this plnco tbla morning. The propria-
tora aro well known having been raised hero.
They apparently have the faculty of at-
tachlng old friends to them with warmth
and winning now ones on tho tlrst acquain-
tance. Their place la a gem In Ita way neatly
and tastily adorned and la as cozy a gentle-
man a resort for the beat brands of liquors
wine beer and cigars aa needs be. They an-
ticipate a pleasant return for their efforts to
plcaso and have already begun to enlarge heir
new place. They need no recommendation at
our hands. Their wares will of tbemielvea
commend "Oua and Andy" and tho latter'a
past reputation aa gentlemen andcaterera need
no f urlhor comment tiucccsa gentlemen 1
West Texaa Medical Association
At the mooting of tho West Texas Medical
association last night the following o Ulcers
were elected: President Dr. 0. E. It. Kings
First Vice President Dr. T. J.Tyner; Bocond
Vlco President. Ur llarnltz; Secretary and
Treasurer Ur. 0. (Irabain Watts; Censors Dr.
T. Hermann Dr. Chew and Dr. Cupples.
Subsequently tbo doetora dined together and
apent a ploauaut social eveulng.
lie Wept Illtterly
Mr. E. 0. Colo the defaulting postmaster of
San Angela arrived In Ban Antonio thla morn
ing In custody of a Deputy United States
Marshal and the telegram announcing hla
wiro'a death since he left there under u re. t
waa hauded to him. When be read It be waa
much affected and wept bitterly Tbo Recused
HiiinairuviiuiiiiMiuu lu-uay ana give oonu
la order to attend hla wife's funeral.
Reply to the Observation of the SegutnTmcs
on Their Statement Respecting
the Fence Cutters.
Tli mrm lloth Trepard to Stand by tho
HtateuienU That Thoy llavn Mad
on tho Question.
Ban Antoniana have been talking much over
tho following artlole that originally appeared
In tho Beguln Timea and waa reproduced In the
Oalrcston Nowa I "Judge Noonan of tho Dis-
trict court and Judgo Mason of tho County
court tell tho people In Intcnlcwa what they
do not know about fence cutting. The re-
markable part of tho valuaulo knowledge Ira-
parted lo thu ptibllo by these learned Dog-
berries li that it has never occurred to cither
of them that tba remedy for the ovll la In the
rtry courts over which they preside. Hero la
a District Judgo whoso duty It Is to demand
that tbo fence cutters shall be Indicted and
brought to trial. Ho is atkod by reporter his
vlows. Ho replica that It Is tho duty of tho
Governor tn declare tho fenco cutters outlaws.
What then 1 Ot course when declared outlaws
by tho Ootcruor they may Im "shot down on
tho spot" for everybody will then know
who to shoot as the Governor la re-
quired to namo tbo outlawa In hta proc-
lamation. Hut thla Is not tbo first time
that this Judge baa appealed to a Governor to
exercise Illegal arbitrary and uioro than regal
iiuioniy 10 oo wnai was ins sworn uuty in no.
people to turn out and shoot down suspected
liersons. without legal accusation trial or con-
viction. A fow words about Judgo Mason who.
have occurred to thla Judgo that It la his duty
tn see that th laws now lu force are executed
that it labia duty to send for men enforcing
attendance by attachment If necessary and
force them to mako complaint against fenco
cutters: that It Is tbo duty to demand that his
Dltrlct and County Attornc) a to do this sarao
thing and that they have like authority
Article 37 Cndo Cr. Pro. Perhapa be
ouiun iininu urawmg up tue siatuiea no pro-
suggest that he might give bis views more
people elect competent Judges prosecuting at.
torneya aboriffs magUtratea and constables
they raayexpett to sou the lawa executed not
Judgo Noonan told tho Llnnr man thla
morning that huatanda by what ho has said
and believes that bo understands tho
question and he ought to bo-
causo ho lias suffered considerably. Tho
case he saya. will havo to be settled by law
and then the Stato will find out the mistake It
Judgo Mason a Informed tho LtOIIT man
that ho will stand by what he has said. There
iwosiucsio mis as io an otuer questions.
forced. and aaiathat as a proof bo hss aent
tbo only man convicted of fenco cutting lis-
taden Msnchaco to work on tho road man-
acled with chain and ball. The Beguln Times
ho says appears to have overlooked tbo fact
that tbo criminal Jurisdiction or the court has
long been withdrawn
What the Ileporters Learn on Their Tour
Through the City
II. Bhlner Is In from hla ranch.
Elk Lodgo No. 85. Knlghta of Pithlai meet
About 200 ducka were awn flying north-
Marshal Gosling Is again on duty at tba
Federal court olllcca.
The Insurance agents of Ban Antonlo-tho
males all have largo feet.
Mr.and Mrs. M. II. Claytor aro rejoicing In
tho birth of their tlrat born.
Franz Blmang haa taken out a license for
his marriage with Umma Vcltcn.
Mr. Bam M. Johnson the Junior partner In
tho new firm or Ogden OgdenJc Johnson Is
spoken or aa a promising young lawyer.
Mr. John Ilrady the well-known saloon
man. will open bis new saloon In the storo at
present occupied by Boule li Williams about
the 1Mb ot this month.
Frank Conloy aon of Mr. and Mra. J. II.
Con ley and nephew of Mr. C. M. Ilirnes. waa
accidentally killed on Friday last by falling
from a loll at llrentaam.
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors aud
From Various Other Sources.
Mr. A. M. French of Corpus Chrlstl la regis-
tered at the Menger.
Mr. W. I. Ileyalngcr of Philadelphia U a
guest at the Menger.
Mr. John Adams a wool buyer from New
ork. Is at Ihe Menger.
Mr. John C. Lowls arrived at tbe Menger
Mr. Stephen Gould returned yesterday from
a pleasure trip to Houston and Galveston.
Mr. Kmlle l'cllloand Mr. Henry Qlmbel left
ior nuerno una morning to auena ine call
given by tbe Knlghta ot Honor.
Arrivals at 8t- Leonard Hotel f Albert lion
nett II. L. Dennett Colorado; Sydney O. Dow-
man Handera; J. M. Whoat Gonzales; II. 0.
Thompson. Floresvllle; A.J. warren G II
B. A. Ily.; J.U.Wood Austin; II . llraun Now
uneuus uco. r aicuencc ean aiarcos
An llnerEetlo Jlrother and Irate Papa
Prevent an T'.Iopeuient.
Humor caya that a masher of tbe first water
laid admlrablo plana to elope with a prominent
ean Antonio belle and that both parties v
eager for matrimonial felicity but unfor-
tunately or fortunately aa tho caso may bo
ps and her big brother heard ot tho Plot and
to k successful stena to frustrate theclooo.
ment. The young man swears he la devoted to
bis Inamorlta and will have her: tbe girl would
rather dlo than exist without blm: tho brother
suva no win shoot tuera botn rather than his
alsterahall marrv tho "fellah." ami thnlrali.
father a prominent mcrcbaut saya ditto and
will auataln hla aon and blue lire la lighted
and tbe teara ot the lovora water tbe atage.
Tbe curtain thus falls lluon the tlrat set. Thn
second act 01' the drama la anxiously antic!-
paiou oy ail concerncu.
Gamblers In Court
The gamblers bad their usual inning In the
District court this morning. Tom Green
Fink Reed Sam Moore and William Tom
pleaded gutllv lo the indictment of gambling
and were each fined $25.
Mr. Sam Uciliner was also indicted (or
exhibiting a gaming table. Tbe District At'
tornejr appeared lot (he State and Mr Betliner
was represented by Mr B. I. Boone. The
defendant pleaded not guilty and the case ii
now under trial.
TIIDMI7U HURT? A II A T T
SSS November 1 and 2.
Limbert Itlcbardson's Dramatic and
Musical Combination auportcd
by the popular artists
Undone! by tho prt"sand publico! tho Btato.
Tnursday evening will be presented the roar-
Friday th beautiful comedy entitled the
Heats now on sale at Hlscho'a. opposite post'
nolce. November 9 lllsbop In Strictly busl-
Tlios Gopi & Brothers
Have opened a branch of their Galveston
house at 2 o Commerce street San Antonio
and have Ihe largest stock oi pl.moi organs
sheet music strings and musical Instruments
of any house In Ihe clly. They are State
agrnta for the wotld renowned Stelnway
and the lavoritc and popular Emerson pianos
and sell the same as well as all other goods
In their line as cheap as any house North or
South. Tlios. Coggaa & Urol sell pianos and
l'l A -TV-T-
on such smalt monthly installment! that every
family can anord to buy one. 9-25-30
Sun Antonio Turn Verciu
Salimlny Nov. 3.
Only members and their gueata (strangers)
Charles M. Augur and Cecelia Hall Mar.
rled at St. Mark's Cathedral.
Charles M. Augur nephew of General
Augur was married last evening at St. Mark'a
cathedral to Misa Cecelia Hall daughter of
the late Colonel Hall Third United Slates
artillery. The Kev. F. B. Ticknor officiated.
Aa the bridal parly entered the church Miss
Cora Ogden performed Mendelssohn's beauti-
ful wedding march on Ihe organ. The bride
was neatly attired In a handsome aalln dress
and the bridegroom wore an evening dress
suit. Although no cards were issued and the
wedding was privately arranged about 200
persons were present and witnessed the cere-
mony. At its close the party were played out
of church. Tbe bridal party then repaired to
the family residence where a few select
friends were entertained and the health of the
happy pair enthusiastically drank. Mr. and
Mrs. Augur will remain here for a few days
and then will proceed to Leavenworth where
Mr. Augur will Join Captain Campbell's staff.
The happy pair have the best wishes of their
many iriends and In those good wishes the
Limit heartily Joins.
Wears Civilian Clothes Itetalns Ills
Moustache and Is Dolus; Well
City Assessor Frasch while he was at
Leavenworth paid a visit to Major Wasson
who ia now at Lansing prison about five
miles (torn Leavenworth. He found the
Msjor comfortablyquartered lheresurrounded
by engineering instruments. He was dressed
neatly In civilian clothes and he still wore his
Incomparable moustache. Both these are
privileges granted contrary to the regulations
of the prison. lie Is now engaged In survey-
ing Ihe road from Leavenworth to Kansas
and is apparently resigned to his fate wisely
accommodating himself to circumstances. He
is grateful for the kindness of the Lansing
prison officials and sent his respects to his
many friends in San Antonio.
A pale mulatto named Albert Hanck son
of the notorious Albert Hanck was given tem-
porary employment at Carter & Sanford'a
atockyarda and during the absence of the
principals contrived to steal two pistols from
the office that belonged to customers. He
subsequently pledged the pistols at Frank's for
$10 50 where they were found by Detective
Hughes this morning. The accused was sub-
sequently arrested and lodged in Ihe county
Jail. Later on Mr. Carter made an affidavit
in Justice Adams' court against the prlsonci.
Charles Campbell Mr. Bennet Mr. John-
son Mr. Barrow and Mr. 11. Flclle went
round to serenade several people and "woo
the night with music's stealing charms." The
newspaper men wete to have been serenaded
but the back went off by mistake and left the
party in the lurch.
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