The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 213, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 5, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
WEDNESDAT DKCEMUEK 8 18S3.
Km nil the Intent styles In
Dress ami Business Suits
Youths BoysiSB Children
1ST A II tlnu of gents' Hirnlslilnir goods and
Ike finest assortment at piece Roods for our
merchant tailoring department always In
lock. We defy competition. Call on us for
COHEN & K0EN1GIIEIM
WD ud 311 MAIN 1'I.AZ.V
Watches Set and Regulated
Until you Inn o scon tho lino stock of clothing
of rancoaut & Son. -s-tf
llallroad ticket! bought told and exchanged.
Iteduced ratei to all points at Harnett's ticket
office In Sim Hart's cigar store .Main plant. 11 1
.Shirts mid Underwear.
A tcrycomplcto stock for sale by l'ancoast
Late Styles of Hal
for sale at l'ancoast & Son's.
and liquors at lluermoun &
Turner opera ball to-nlgbt.
The painter can be found at Huron's paint
hop on St. Mary's street. 10-16-1 (
Mrs. Fellle 223 West Commcrco 6treet keeps
"WINE OFCARDUI" four tiintu a day
makes a happy household.
Bold by James Clarln and I.. Ory usk I druggUt.
To loan about J-00 for three or nit months.
Hood security. Address 11 tills Mike.
Dr. llrcedlng dentist has removed to corner
of Commerce and Alamo streets oer Wolff &
-Marx's rooms. 12-wit
In all colors at the Mission drug stoie. 13-1-tf
ltooms and Hoard
At Cll North Laredo street for gentleman and
wlfe or two gentlemen. lMit
Full stock of Lytle coal now on hand. Or-
ders promptly flllud by applying to chuIzo &
Son Commerce street or Harrison & Harrison
n f oledad street. 11-as-tf
Have Your Teeth Filled
Uy Dr. A. J. Smith No. ai Commerce atreet
over CluTln's drug store. 11-1-if
Turner opera boll to-night.
Tor Christinas Cards
(.adits' pocket books and band baxi station-
ery and all kinds of Christmas presents and
all the standard poetical works go to Mc
Messrs. Faucett A; Saunders
Have removed their office to tho Stock Kt-
change saloon whero they -will open up tho
same business. Old friends ore requested to
continue the eamo favors. 12-3 tf
Nlo Tengg'a Hook More
Is the place to buy juvcnllo books albums
pictures artlllclal llowcrs all kinds of names
and Christmas goods. 12-1-1 in
Madauio li MoriU Fronrh Corset and Drees
Maker has removed to No. IWlCollad street.
( ompotcnt seamstresses wanted. HlVlm
I'or Holiday Presents
Music boxes books muslo albums and all
kinds of muslo supplies go to Cloggan 3c Ilro.'
.so Commerce street. 11-KMf
Talce " BUVCK-DnAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.
Sold by James Clavln and L. Oryntkl. druggists.
Holiday Cloods of Every Description.
A splendid assortment ntO. W. Baldwin 1
Co.'s257 Commcrco street.
Texas Kmployment llureau
And Agency for rooms offices houses etc 'M
(east side) Main plaza.
If you want a suit made. He has a full lino ot
piece goods and a nrst-clasa cutter In charge.
Men's Furnishing floods.
As good a stock ot gent's furnishing goods
ni ran uuiuuiiA hi luQouuo ior rail and win-
tor at l'ancoast & Son's. u-l-tf
Ten Dollars l'er Month
Will buy ono of tho reliable F.raerson pianos
from Tlios. Ooggan & llros. No. 8T0 Commerce
Is as choice In stylo and material as can be
lound In any market
w-rj-tr 1'asciiaht i Rom.
Louisiana state lottery.
Ticket In tho extraordinary drawing of the
l-oulsiana State Lottery of December 13 at 1
Moore's No. SI Accqula street. Capital prize
Always on hand to movo furniture. Orders
left at 23 Boledad street opposite Court House
will bo promptly attended to.
W-ll-tt JtJNics Meank.
Beauty health and happiness for ladies
In "WINE OF CARDUI."
Sold by James Clavln and L. Orynskl.drugclstr
FourThousand llushelsof Corn
For sail). Address J M Fiiost Itlcbmond
A good boy to carry bono route Apply nt
TlieAlvln Joslin Company
Will arrlvo at 6 p. in. to-day. The $10000 band
will play In front of Turner opera hall at 7 p.
It Joss not ruin.
What the Importers Learn on Their Tour
Through the City
Alvin Joslin to-night.
Arthur Schmlrlt & Co. hare started a new
mattress manufactory at 36 Presa street.
There will be prize rolling at the Casino
Saturday night For members only.
The saloon of I N. Lerich on Alamo
plaza was closed by the Sheriff to-day at the
instance ol Charles Wetzler a creditor.
A young sheep man from Kendall county
filled up his tank and wanted to shear the
lambs at a ranch across the San Tcdro Sunday
Rea the escaped convict recently re-
lumed to the Sheriff's sheltering arms will
be sent to-morrow morning to the camp at
Marion lte has yet 20 months to serve.
Mr. G. Thompson of Cotulla the contrac-
tor for public buildings Is In the cily. He says
the court houte is well under way and the jail
will be completed by the first of t'le new year.
The military telrgreph sales made at auc-
tion this day by Messrs. Ilosaek & Newton
amounted to $1327 50 end the total lines
were bought by tiie Erie Telegraph and Tele-
Mr. William Heuermann Jr. the popular
Alamo plaza grocer will take for a life
partner this evening Miss Ophelia llaenel.
The Light sheds Its radiance on their nup-
tials and withes this couple endless hap-
piness. Dr. llaughton having taken my business
I take pleasure In recommending him to my
fiiends and patrons and I here desire to
thank all for their kindness to me and hope
they will continue the same to Dr. llaughton.
E. B. Uankin M. I).
SHU doing Don 11.
Messrs. A. Kahn & Co. advertise their
prices as still going down. Kead their card
and call on them for bargains.
During four days of this month shipped west
of San Antonio 1 2 coo oysters and 500 pounds
of fish. lie says his business is growing all
The several fire companies comprising the
Fire department will hold their regular
monthly meetings this evening when the
election of officers for the coming year will
The infant of George Holmes aged three
weeks died on the 4th from general debility
in the Second ward.
Mrs. Susan T-aune aged 33 died on the
4th from acute tuberculosis in the Second
The Dexar UeuetoUnt Association.
To-night another meeting o( the Bexar Ben-
evolent association will take place. The
association has moved back to Struve's halt
which members will please notice. Necessary
business will be disposed of and Christmas
subjects taken up.
Marriage licenses have been granted to
James Wright and Miss Sallie A. Deitler;
William Ileurmann Jr. and Miss Olliiie
llaenel; William Ilatkins colored to Miss
Mary Beneywaters colored a minor but with
the consent of her mother.
Organizing for 1'roUctiuu.
An organization is being penected in this
cily now having 35 members for the purpose
of furnishiog money and other assistance in
prosecuting the fence cutters and protecting
property. The membership will be increased
to several hundred by the last of the week.
These men mean business.
A colored man named Andrew Johnson
working for Orr's Transfer company met
with with an accident yesterday. While load-
ing a wagon at the International depot one
of the planks up which some barrels were be-
ing rolled flew back striking him severely in
the face. He was carried off and attended to.
Ed Shipton carrying a pistol $251 Ed
Shipton drawing a pistol $25; F. Simmons
vagrancy $51 Lewis Epps throwing slops
upon the public street $5 ; Lewis Epps
beating and striking $10; W. Nichols throw-
ing stones $5; Young Washington insulting
language $$; Mike Hynes drunk and disor-
derly $S! J- Vereall drank $5; G. McIIolen
vagrancy Sio or 30 days.
Fence Cutter Slint.
Mr. James Speed who lives near Moore
station Frio county on his returning home
from San Antonio a few nights ago caught a
man cutting his fence and shot him it is re-
ported but not killing him. Much excite-
ment it is said prevails among the cutters in
consequence and vengeance Is threatened.
The above rumor was currently floating
around but it is now contradicted it appear-
ing that the man who was shot qot into a
difficulty at a ball in that community.
A man named Day went sight seeing to-day
and took in the Recorder's court. Unfortu-
nately he took In a little too much whisky be-
forehand and arrived there in a semi Joyous
inebriated condition. After listening with a
solemn judge like appearance to several cases
he gave It up and playfully making sundry
erimsces at his honor finally went to sleep at
lull length on the floor lie will wake up on
a soft couch in Captain Sbsrdein's boarding
Arrivals from various parts of Mexico are
decidedly on Ihe increase. Last evening
13 gentlemen from that Republic registered in
the cily. Some are from Zscatecas arid the
City of Mexico while of course Monterey and
Saltillo contribute the most. Many of these
are merchants and they come here to pur-
chase goods. San Antonio is daily growing
In favor with Mexican dealers as a depot tor
their supply. It is needless to say that they
will not linger at the river towns because of
their proximity where the advantages of San
Antonio are well established. The circulation
oftheLloiiTin Ihe States of Tamaulipas
Nueva Leon and Coahulla has done its share
towards showing up our facilities. Now is
our time to secure and hold this trade forever.
ltooin for Itent
J'nUir.n!'?ii.u1furDlod' ln Private house
offlce at one? ' tUm I'0l0III' APPly t tills
Hems Cleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
From Various Other Sources.
Mr. Ed Goggan and wife returned las
evening from Galveston.
Mr Jeff Gibbs agent 'or Ihe Sunset road
at Eagle I'ass Is in the cily.
W. II. Rowland of the l'earsall News paid
the Light a call yesterday.
Dr. J. C. Tucker of New York Cily is
visiting the city and paid the LIGHT a visit.
Mr. Theodore Perry editor of the Maver-
ick Eagle Pass is in the city and called upon
the Light. The Maverick is one of ourmost
valued exchanges and we are pleased to learn
that Mr. Terry contemplates enlarging it
Arrivals at the St. Leonard hotel t J. D.
Brandon Dayton O; W. F. Noonan Castro-
ville: James O'Flam Hondo City; J. D.
Mitchell Shreveportj J. W. Young Freder-
icksburg; C. McLennan Eagle I'ass; J. C.
Cowan Lamor Brown Helena; Charles
Ralston Sunset read; F M. McDaniels
Lytle; Aaron Stine W. 1. Holmes Hunter
station; J. II. Mallory Rochester; C. R. Van
Law Reading; James Rose Daileyville Tex.
lly 1 W llrndley Land Agent
Nlco coltoge well built fronting east 011
Milam square No. "JUJ offered for less than
New cottage elegantly finished 7 looms ono
block from San 1'cdro avenue J:)').
t wo story commodious nouso or it rooms
and adjoining Casino' ball. Splendid invest-
111 aero farm within two hours rldeof tho
city river front six room house celled through-
out GO ncres cleared and fenced orchard of
llvo acres good well and cistern l'rlco J200O.
six nlco cottages In Ward 4 price $lan) to
fctOU) paying 1) to a per cent rental.
lmproed farms dairy farms ranch proper-
ties with llvo tocKr largo bodies of loud In
Texas and Moxlco-
Hnusoof 4 rooms galleries etc. with 4 lots.
Nn. 1110 West Houston street.
Two largo lots corner of Soledad und llodrl-
Two nice cottages 3 rooms each on rannln
Nlco eottagoof 3 rooms nn Avenue I.
Cottago of 4 rooms galleries stable ct .
11 cottages or. Avenuo II.
nil acres In Karnes county on Hondo cieek
fenced. lOOacrei cleared and 21 In cultivation
15 miles South of Helena and 7 miles from
Dnllcyvlllc. I'lno tmprotoincnt. well growed
and timbered. Apply to J. W. IIiiaih.kv
I l-stf 4(U Houston street.
The Alvlu Josllu Couipnuy
Will arrlvo at 0 p. m. to-day. Tho $10.0(10 band
ill piflyin ironi 01 -turner opera nan ai t p.
Truly Vour Filend and Servant Mudaine:
I wish to announce to the public particular-
ly to the ladles of families hotel keepers and
restaurateurs that 1 havo commenced a new
enterprise which It w'll bo to their Interest to
Investigate. That It will agreeably disappoint
all who may test Its morlta I havo no doubt.
I am preparing tho best ot young fat beef
pork lamb veal and gamoby tho refrigerating
process whereby every pound of meat pur-
chased from mo Is guaranteed tender juicy und
appetizing. My meats aro preserved threo
days ln tho ref rigtfrator. and by this means aro
never stringy nor aro tho services of tho den-
tist required to sharpen one's teeth as la tho eaeo
after nngrlly mastlc-atlng tough meats. A trial
Is all 1 aBk to bo followed most certainly with
your complcto satisfaction. The Tender Meat
shop Is opposite the Maverick cornerof JctTer-
son and Houston. Telephono your orders and
they wilt be promptly answered by dispatching
one or my delivery wagons to any part of tho
cltv. Numberof telephone S'A.
11-4-lwk D.3I. K'liAL'ii:.
Look Out For Our December llnrgalus.
A gem of a cottage of flro rooms front and
with good stable etc. San Pedro arcn
Now house soven rooms comer of Morales
and North San Marcos streets. Very cheap lor
tho price. $10X1.
Souio choico building or business lots on
East Commerco Btreot near old l'ost houso.
Ono lot on Central Commerco street near
First National bank about 23x100 feet valua-
Saloon for sale A No. 1 ptand doing good
business. Also half Interest ln a good paying
Hie Alt In Joslin Company
Will arrlvo at 0 p. in. to-day. The $10000 band
win piayinirnnioi luriicropeni nan ac.p.
There is qulio a buzza breathless ex poc-
tancy so to speak over a local Item which ap-
pears to-day for the first time. It reads thus:
Messrs. llakcr& Van Hogen havo reopened the
Palace liar No. 10 boledad street (formerly
llrady's) and will dlspensotho best of wines
liquors and cigars to their patrons. To-night
is opening night when n grand free lunch served
up by ono of San Antonio's best eatorers will
be a leading fcaturo. Captain Charlie llaker
"back of tho bar" has alio years' cxperlenooln
this line while Van who has grown old in rail-
road business will bo the outside man to wel-
come and make at homp everybody Tho rail-
road boys will find him and abide by him. This
forget the opening to-night.
Turner opern hall to-night.
Dwelling of four looms with water hi house.
Itent low. Inquire at this otllco at once. Stf
Hniisthuld furnlturo for sale till Annuo II.
X'ound at Lust.
The only place to find pure old rye. Bour-
bon Pennsylvania rye Scotch and Irish
whiskies imported rum brandy cordials and
wines of every description is at
if-8.im Harry Baum & Co.'s
Turner opera hall to-night.
The All lu .losllu Company
Will arrlvo at 0 p. m. to-day. Tho J 10.000 bund
will Play In fruntof Turner opera hall at 7 p.
m.. and will make 11 grand purado to-morrow If
it uoeenot rain.
Carlisle the Speuker.
The agony protracted as it was over the
election of Speaker having resulted in the
choice ol Carlisle of Kentucky the business
interests of the country will continue to flow in
their accustomed cnsnnels while wollson
draws attention of all classes protectionists
and free traders that their wives can purchase
from him at reasonable figures anything in
his stock. lie has just invoiced a late ar-
rival ol ladies' circulars of the latest and most
fashionable styles. Also velvets and
velveteens plain and embossed of assorted
colors. Ladies' handkerchiefs hem stitched
or scalloped together wun skirts plain
colored and embroidered are selling rapidly
and pleasing everybody. Among his newest
goods ordered by telegraph is a splendid
stock of ladies' and misses' shoes and ties. In
Ihe millinery line the fabric and styles are of
the latest Paris and New York designs. The
furalshlng and trimming of every . bonnet Is
under the superintendence ol a lady accom-
complished In this Hue of work. Wolfson'i
emporium Is complete In every line of goods
carrlal. But this Is a truism of his long
established trade which scarcely needs repeti-
- Messrs. Huormanni llro. Invito all to call
and Inspect their stock of grocerloa. wines
liquors etc. at Sll Alamo plaza. ll-SMf
mer lulu m biikr urocauf yeivei ihuiub
cloth flan tie I a black ami colored cnmncrc
and all tbo new tlrem goods.
Ladies' Cloak Department
wraps. Newmarkets walking Jackets cloaks
dolmans ulsters and Jerseys f'Jorsoys" "Jcr-
ino popular prices.
dress goods ever brought to this city In all the
Carpels Carpels Carpets.
Wo havo now on exhibition a frtriru lino of
tapcBtry velvet and body IItumcIs cwrnota.
Also full lino of woolen 44 carpet mattlnir.
oil cloths etc.
Hosiery Hosiery Hosiery
Wo havo now n full assortment of ladles' line
silk how In all the newest shades. Lisle thread
hose In nil colors for misses and children.
Ot ttiesn goods wo nlwaya carried the best as-
sortment and shall contlnuo to add new
Wo havo in our employ Madnme Farrcll Just
from tho fashion centre ot Now Vork City
who has shown by her elegant costumes which
she has mado ln tho past two weeks that she
Is a competent designer and draper and stylo
of fitting la as good as can bo made. Wo can
safely say that wo now aro prepared to make
and linlBh dresses In ns good stylo as can bo had
In any largo city.
I!- Haas & Oppenheimer.
33 and 35 Commerce St.
San Antonio - - - Texas.
I In 3 In ttock fit oh from the manufactories n
rnmplcto lino of
Mahogany tVilluut Ash mid Poplar
Varying In prices fioin :V1 t.o $13(10.
VST Coll and sco this stock before buying.
Ik Goggan i Broilers
Have opened a branch of their Galveston
house at 2 o Commerce street San Antonio
and have the largest stock ol pianos organs
sheet music strings and musical Instruments
of any house in the city. They are State
agents for the world renowned Steinway
and the favorite 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. Thos. Coggan & Bros sell pianos and
on such small monthly installments that every
family can afford to buy one. 9-25-3111
The refrigerated meats aro a success. 1-St
Misses' cloaks In Quo assortment cry cheap
nt T. 0. Frost's. 1UU-U
Mkn'b hoots nalf-solcd and heolcd for SI.
Indies' boots half-soled and heeled nt T5 cents
at tho Uttlo llco Hive near Turner hall. tf
Ladies' boots made to order at tho I.lttlo
Jleo Hive near Turner hull Houston street.
WltcheH'a Mttlo llco Illvo Is not connected
with any other firm In this cltv.
Accidents may bo avoided by using Emer-
son's Patent l'olo Tip and Nock Voko. 11-8-tr
1'ull assortment of fresh staple and fancy
groceries at Huermann 3i llro.'s Ztl Alamo
Anvtiiino 111 tho boot and shoo lino made to
order from a rnau's Inw-miartcr at $3 5 to an
English top boot at tho I.lttlo Ileo Hive near
Turner hall. JtKW am
At tho Arbeltor Voroln l'rltz Illpport keeps
he best of beer wines and cigars. 11-10-lm
Order your meats from tho refrigerator
meat market opposite Hotel Maverick and bo
convinced of their delicious flavor and tender-
ness. Telephono call No. U0. 1). M KltAl'fiE.
Sullivan & Co. SID Commcrco street aro
forced to enlarge tholr store and thcroforo
will soli HWU worth of boots and shoes at re-
duced prices. They have a complete stock.
Call and sco them and ask prices and you will
be sure to buy. 11-31-lmo
Why not buy the rcfrlgcratod meats when
you can get it for tho same price as poor
meats l or sale on Houston street opposite
hotel Maverick and at tho stand in the markot
f ormorly occupied by William Hoelllng. Try It.
-Cottago for sale furnished or unfurnished
new 412 Richmond avenue cornorot Camden
ono block from Ban l'edro switch near tho
new l'rcsbytorlan church and handy to high
school. Inquire at premises.
11-W-lm H. M. Davis.
Don't 1'all to dee
work baskets cut glass bottles mirrors travel-
ing sets auto and photograph albums tine
pupetrlcs and perfumery. lH-Min
Wo arc OiTcrins
Fine All Wool
(Jail Early Ild'oro
Nin'i COMMKltCi: STItmrr. SAN ANTONIO. TCXAS la now thoroughly fltlrj up ami
u lock oil ln bin now store ntul oxlillilts tho lAwst and IN-st Bclrcteil Stock of
To bo found lu any houso In tho Stato of Texas.
TJNE WATCHES and JEWEMtY will rind It
eiaiulno goods nnd get prices before purchasing
285-OOMMERCE STREET 285
San Antonio - - Texas.
DOWN SHE GOES!
Ilu Made Still Another Iteduetloll 111
in I nt WI " a fair. A I.nrge
All Other tioiida at Proportionately lledured Hates.
Jh.. TS. A H KT cfe CO.
WOLFF & MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
BARGAINS in OIjOTIillSrO-
(H)ii(h' Suits Young aions' Suits Big- Hoy'
Suits ami School Suits.
lipmonts of Boys'
BEST MAKES OF
CWThe above aro new departments and
Uonght nt prices that enable us to sell them
A. W. DILLilU)
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Xo. 1U Solctlntl Street
HoomS San Antoolo Texas Will practice lu
all the courts ot Teias 10-13-tf
Groat Uiirains in
Tlicy aro Gone.
Anyone wanting to purchase DIAMONDS
tn their Intciest tu call on HOlIVANTand
Prices. 300 1'Allt WHITE 1ILAKKKTS
Consignment of the Celebrated
MODS 20 YARDS Si
Suits at Very Low Prices I
BOOTS ANJD SHOES.
every dollar's worth of good Is uuw and fresh
to the satisfaction of the consumer.
1 raders' National Bank
304 Commerce Street
BAN ANTONtO T1UCA3.
Transacts a general banking business.
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