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The San Antonio Light.
TUKSDAY, MAY 13, 1883.
laritest and beat
assorted stock of I.a
(I I ok. Misses' mid Children's
Shoos, Slippers, Ties und Sandals
ever oUcrod before In the city,
mill would respectfully In
vltn llio public to cull
A 1 u in o
Sixteen cases tills inornlnir, live of wlilch
wore dismissed nnd tlireo continued. Not wry
The murrlwro Is announced to tuko place
Thursday nlifht between N. N. Slelnlinrdt, of
Eagle Pass, uuu .Miss i.my scuuiiiit,oi iiusoity.
He Was Cnneil.
Mr. It. McCullouirh, the courteous und iible
Passenger Agent of tlio Missouri l'nclllo rail
road, was presented yesterday with u very line
irolu tuouniou cunu uy uio mico iwtiusi nuic
Miss KraneUen Floii'S Is reported to bo In a
dylntr condition from an attack of measles.
Her ulster, Mrs. Colonel flultcrrcs, has been
telegraphed for, nnd will urrlveltiSaii Antonio
us soon as possible.
G.G Ionia, lumber dwelling 112x23, north sldo
of Matamoros street, costing $00.
Honry Stumherir, lumber ilwelllnir 1(1x3!,
west side of Acciiuu street, eosthnr KtW.
lllaslm JuKte, lumber dwclllniriUxUl, north
side or Wavada street, costlnit $sMK.
Ileal Kstute Transfers.
II. Ochso and wife to Muttlo K. Miller, n piece
of land on the west side of tlio Sun Pedro, purt
of tlio Mundlola block, In conslderatlonoi'tJKIu.
Narclso Hara and wllo to Jo?o Tulaiuantce.liO
acres of. land on the Medina river, 12 Hides
southwest of the city. In consideration of $l0.
Krcd Youmr and wile to Charles Pain, 11W
acres of the A. J. Losllo survey, In considera
tion or sm.
The Ucxar Mlleh Coir.
County Commissioner Udwnrd Hraden, noted
forhls economical principles, had his ciiulllbum
disturbed yesterday by the uumbor of accounts
presented at the County Commissioners. In
his Indignation ho said: "I tell you what It Is,
everyone seems to think that the county of
llcxar is a milch cow, and they all want to pot
the two palls of milk from her, und, ireutlemcn,
she can't stand It."
During the month of April no less than Sdi
cars of stock wero shipped from San Antonio
per the International railroad. Of those ship
ments 40 cars contained ruocp, the remainder
liorsos. The inujor purt wero consigned to
Wlohlta Falls. This shipment l by far the
largest for a given mouth. Tlio stock was
raised In thesoutheastern part of the Slate, but
was all sold in tho San Antonio market.
'Where the Dude Conies From,
Tho Uxpress Justly gives tho Liour the crodlt
of being acquainted with the characteristics of
the dude, hlcb lias been graphically described
In tho columns of the Lkiiit. Although some
few aro of native devclnptuu.it, the major part
of them huvo been Imported front St. Louis.
Some have been attached to the Express, which
makes it all the more remarkable that they did
not discover earlier the existence of tho dude
lu the Alamo City.
The Aspect of the Crops.
The cotton crop lu this section or the State Is
of fair character, but in some parts there Is
Kreat complaint of want of rain, from which
catiso tho cotton Is looking very yellow. On
the Lcona, where there are irrigated I arms, the
crops nourish. Corn und oats aro comiug up
fairly lu those Bots not allcctod by drought.
Tho present aspect indicates that while there
will be u fair yield of ull crops, theiu Is no
reason to expect such an abundant harvest as
What the County Judge Will Do.
County Judge Mason says that us soon ns the
County Attorney und Sheriff state In writing
that they aro unable to suppress gambling
-without tho aid of a special detective, he will
be prepared to urge tlio County Commissioners
to employ u mun for that purpose, hut if the
detective is required for the simple purpose of
obtaining urovenue for tho county in the form
of tines, bo Is not disposed to support the ap
pointment of any such olllcers.
Observations taken at 5M a. m.: Sun Anto
nio, barometor 2U.U2, thermometer 80; Platte,
barometer !X)0H, thermometer 37; Oulvcs-
ton, barometor 31.07, thermometer "8: Memphis,
barometer 2H.U.'i, thermometer 00; Shroveport,
barometer 11.1)1, thermometer 72; Now Orleans,
barometer aO.UO. thermometer Wl; Dodge City,
barometer 00 21, therinumcter 42; Vlcksliurg,
baroiuoter2!l.lM, thermometer 71; Little Hock,
barometer, 21),ntf, thermometer, f"; Illsmurck,
barometer, 1X1.07, thermometer, i"t.
The liuptlut Convention Hlaudsreit.
Editor San Antonio I.iiimt:
Sam Antonio, May 15, 18K3. The following
appears in tins morning's Express;
All the henroosts along the line of tho road
traveled by tho llaptlst brothers have been
totally demolished, leaving hardly a chicken
big enough to crow. Weoplno the Texas edi
tors, coming lust, will faro badly. Most of
them, however, will be provided with a fow
demljons of consolation.
It is wholly unnecessary to name the pspor
from which tho ubove Is clipped, for its tone
Perhaps such wit and slander might grace
slim of ministers of the lltptl.it church, It Is In
tolerable und malignant, and pupers publish
ing such stutr should be excluded from our
family circles and consigned to tho gutters.
It Is stated that tho clothe of ilm .!.... .1 -.uii.i
Wallace, who was Infected with small-pox,
-were thrown ou Pressa street on Thornim- ....a
thru left mproteeted until Friday, when
.V. ! . ' "";Nwriuii ruziionry.
This Is a gross error on tho pai t of somoolllt iuls
and should be Inquired Into, as the liven of tho
mi.- ruuuinn u, Buc , carelessness.
In conversation with Dr. Ilruunnagel, this
'""'"'"V v ,"'" " " ""viiii uitv mere is
no truth In the statement thai the chains
juuuu jm V""'" " "i nauaco,
where tho child died from sunll-pox, because
ah nnwvivn h. ..wo ""y.in'ji"! mo po
nee iii uuiiiiiuni.o nun ins ijii.uib. llr, iir.nin-
I1UHC1 niiiiiti 'niiu WHS llion
ilnno that could be done to prevent routavlnu,
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors anil
from Various Other Sources.
Mr. Frank Donaldson has returned from Now
Mayor French has returned to his post from
his California trip.
Mr. I). O. Frlnks, stockman of Pleasantou, Is
at the Central.
Mr. Hugh MoDcnnott, merchant of Klosson,
is at tho ( cntral.
Mr. J. II. Proctor, stockman of Campbell
town, is at the Central.
Mrs. J. II. Lubbock, of Austin, is visiting
relatives In this city.
Colonel It. S. Sledge, n leading man of Hayes
county, Is at tho Mengcr,
Mr. Thomas Salisbury, thoep raiser, Presidio
county. Is ut the Mengor.
Mr. F. I), Seward, it young shophcrd of Sun
Marcos, Is ut the Central.
Mr. V. II. Mullen, sheep-man, of DuWitt
county. Is staying at tlio Central.
Mr. II. (I. Mitchell, u prominent citizen of
Corpus Chrlsti, is ut the Mengcr.
Mr. AndrnwSlmw Is rapidly recovering from
u sovcro attach of bullous fever.
Mr. It. W. Ulazohrook, ot Captain Turquund's
runclic, Is staying at tho Central.
Mr. C. Van Dohlan, a prominent citizen or
Gonzales county, Is ut the Central.
Mr. S. A. Munnlng, on the stutr nf tho Fort
Worth Stock Journal, Is ut tho Central.
Mr. O. ('. l'o a', of Houston, manager ut tho
Wnco excursion, was ut tho Monger yesterday.
Messrs. Miguel und ICmlllo Fernandez, und A.
Mullock, a party from llrownsvllle, aro at tho
Ituv. II. A. Topper, lllehmond. Va.. delegnte
to tho Waco ''omentlon; nnd a prominent di
vine, is ui tno .Mengor.
Hev. Joseph Key, or tho Christian church at
Unmet. Is on a lnlsslonarv tour to Del ltlo. Ho
is staying ai no ueniiiu.
Miss Jennie Mint, a hnnnio Scotch laslo. has
arrived in sun Antonio from sterling, scouanu,
uuu inienus to locuio nerc.
Mr. It. (I. Held, bridge contractor, with his
'ite nun iiuugiiter, hiiivciI iroiu l..iglo I'uss
tins morniiig ami uru ul me Monger.
Mr. F. L Hogcrs, one of the oldest und lunst
liopulxr conductors on the Sunset railroad.
caves for llnxford. Mass.. his old home, to
morrow morning on mi vacation.
Mr. 13. Van Patten, or Lis Cruces. New
Mexico, brother of Mrs. Captain Sidney Tuttlu.
arrived this morning. He had not seen his sis
ter fur2il yeurv. Ho Is ut tho Mengcr.
Hev. II. II. Hllsworth, a missionary In Central
Africa. 150 miles up tho rlverComro. und whoc
headquarters In clvlllallon is L'iMton Squnro,
1,'inihm. Is niivlnir his wav ut tho Central. Ilu
attended tho Hecorder's court this uiiirnlng
and loft the room favorabhlimprcssed with tho
Justice as ailinlnl.itercil there. He has u good
worn tor r-an Antonio, uuu wueu no returns to
Zululaml ho may tell the boys u story.
Alexander Herges and Mariana Scott have
a license to marry.
Sim llartto-dav rooelved 100 boxes of tho
celebrated Star Navy Tobacco.
In the District court this morning tho laud
suit of (lur.a vs. Ochoa was on trial.
The St. Leonard hotel wus full for tho II rut
time lust night. Several parlies were lefused
Tlio Waco delegation only registered M
from Texas. Tho rest camo from other parts
of the world.
The City Council meets this afternoon.
when the rip-rap work will receive particular
Tho Arlington gambling saloon the two
weeks previous to being closed lost something
The Teutonic Singing society Intend hav
ing u private picn'o ut the Sau Pedro springs
t j-morrow night.
Tho hackmcn of the cltynrobusllvcngaged
in organizing themselves into un association
lor mutual protection.
The deaths of two children are renorted to-
hiv. That or the lntaiit of Mr. Wur. and
Jesus (iailao, who died at the Medina.
i:. Dosch.ui admlnlstrator.hus tiled a suit In
the District court against August Nette to buy
title to certain lauds and to cancel deed.
Hev. W. II II. Klsworth will lecture Thurs-
dty night at St. Paul's M. K. church upon tho
progiessot missionary worn in soutii Atncn.
Hev. Dr. Solomon, of Kentuckv. willnriaeh
t'l-ulght (TucHilay) lu First ll.tptlst church. A
general attendance requested to hear this emi
A telegram from Austin savs : Hall's oifn
was tho only one In tho Uru ou Sunday ut the
lluiicoek building, Austin, that saved I ho
Dr. Adnluh Her If. as he was nrenurlinr In
Mt his patients this morning, found the hind
part of his buggy propped up and two of the
The pillows in the new Mascot hnlldliurmi
Main nla.a are Imidsoiuclv nleklu-nlateil. Tim
Hour Is made of ash and walnut and the front
portion is 10 ne uauusouioiy luiuii.
An lCllifllnh woman, experienced with In.
valldsaudchlldi'cn, would like iisltuutlou logo
.Ninth with a fulmlly. Addicss lor two weeks,
Mrs. Manbry, box 22, lloerne, Texas.
- His estimated that SO ner cent, of the
money won by the gambling saloons wus lost
by strangers, und most of them ranehe and eat
lie men, who camo to San Antonio, they suy to
have a little fun.
"I'm only going as far as the irufe." mi lit
u Sun Antonio belle to her younger sister, lust
Saturday night, tint sun neglected to tell how
long sue inicniieti to keep the aforesaid gato
company. "Slu-not," someone whispers.
One of Sau Antonio's rod-ncck-tln iniihi.r
wants tho Lkiiit to tell him what u dude Is,
for a young lady whom ho uccoin-unled home
Iron) church Sunday night said to him as they
leached tho gate, " Du (de) enmc In."
-A prominent merchant said to a Miimt ran.
rosentatlvo this morning: "Thi entlro sup
prebsloii or gambling has affecti d the Imslm.u
uf this city to tho utiiount or ut least i2O,'0O u
month. That ho alono lias lost S5U) worth of
traiie tno past month.
J. It. Price, accident.
Josephine Kulin, 13 months, dlarrluca.
M. Ontlberos, 10 days, dlurrhn'ii.
H Kstilno,1,2 months, cereblul nilneiigltls.
M. Schroeder, II iiiouts, illarihien.
T.Curdenus; 13 years, Uphold pneumonia.
(I llodey, 3 j ears, cholera morbus.
Iniant weutliei by, t months, tneasles.
F. Muldonal, Mjeurs, pleuro piieumoiila.
luslllo Maldonal.ainonths, cholera Intunlum.
II. C. Iluckley, 15 years, meningitis.
J. (irillln, Ht years, old uge,
C. Iluilmun.ujjlyeiii-, tiibcrcula luenlngllls.
. Ilernandi', 2 mouths, convulsions.
J.,L'ttIeJolin, M years, heart disease.
. 1). Taylor, 02 years, J iutidlco.
C. Iluddlcstott, pneuui n a.
L. Weathorby, it years, measles.
nsrsdoitr, T weeks, dlarrlncu.
H. hulin, 7 months, dlanhiea.
A. (Jalllscultb, 2Ji veins, rubeola.
J. Sclmiltt, heart illseas'.
L. Laager. 8 months, dlanhii-a.
) .11. Stockton, heart disease.
K Nugent, SI years, phthsls pulmonalis.
K. Oreun, 7 immtlii, dlarrluea.
Spread Um News.
Aaliiilldlniriiii.i ...i n.. .
grossing In Sun Antonlii, Messin. Wagner
executo nil orders or olllco sturo and bar-
mended, us thoy uro good, i ructlcul workmen
and aru suru to Ive sutlsfucUou. worK".lu"
Ono IjoI COO Rwos.
" " 1200 "
" " 1800 I'.wcs and Ijimlis.
" ' !i00 Kwee uml Wethers.
" " MiO Sheep with lenso of llancho.
" " 70U0 Shccii vlth lcu.se of Itanche.
CIIA1IOT, MOSS J CO.
WOOL COMMISSION IIOUSK.
Wo aro tirciarcd to rccelvo Wool on consign-
UHAiiur, Muaa sc cu.,
4-Il-tf Han Antonio. Toxra
Tho Delmnnlco ltcstntirant, on Houston
street. Is equal in every respect to Its naino
sake on Filth Aventio, New ork, and this Is
being testified to by nil who patronize Joseph
Lombard at his cosy establishment. Mr, llor-
doul superintends tho kitchen unci knows how
to prepare tho choicest or viands In Kuropcau
or any oiuorBiyio.
On salo, n dark dun horse, perfectly gentle
r .saddle, single or ilmihl , l.VJ hands high.
A bargain. Apply to George If. Stuinberg,
South Flores street.
W.VNTKb A good cook.
Kumpmann, Travis sticct.
Wantkii A competent book-keeper, hon
est, and willing to make himself generally
nsHiui in n ciuar store, ueierences rciiutreu
Address, stating salary ex peeled, Ilox illo, city
House to Kenton (iardenStrvet.
Near street ears, live rooms, two galleries
stnble, well, fruit, etc. Inquire nt Mis. .New
man, ;iinrKci street.
Wantkii-Six good dressmakeis. High wnges
paid. Apply to Mrs. Smith, fushloiiabluiliess-
maker, Alamo plaza. r-n ui
House, nnd lot on Presn street. Mouse eon
tains three rooms nnd cellar, flood well of
wut er, und ill tell runs through yarn; also good
garden. iti-ii.iuij i.fciKNK hkitiiiuii
To haul lumber nnd freight to Comfort, Han
dera, Mineral City und Fliuesvllle. Inqulro ut
Calcii'lcii l.umlier Van I. Kast Commerce street
and Sunset railway track. 0-1.1-21
Ileyular tnculs from Rn. in. until 8 p. in., con
sisting nf the choicest meats, guinu and llsh
dally Mr. A. Mordonl, the partner, IsiiciiIhIiio
of rare ability und long experience lu tho
culinary art, uuu hence tno dciuioiiico is well
patronized by Indies und gentlemen.
Cohen ,V Koeiilglielui
Kxhlblt tho II nest lino ol bulbrlgguu and lisle
OT their own Imporlutloii.
in riuiiuss variety ami nil III" llliest styles you
can Und ut Cohen - Koeulglielm's, 300 und 311
..iniu i'iuJt. ii-jt-tl
lMnnos itntl Organs
For rent ut low rates, at tho Alamo Muslo
Ask vimr irrnevr for Senlll,l A- 'IV, via' 11, .,.,1
Light and Nester.
200 dozen half hose at 2.1 cents ner nnlr. lust
received by Sheets, Correvon ic Cust les, 217
Alamo plaza, sco them. 5-ll-tr
Agon' cook. Also nn active vniinir man who
is willing to make himself nsctul. Apply ut
the Farmers' Home, corner or South Klines
and Nuovu streets. 5-12-tf
Delmonlen will simnlv balls nnd wedilltiu-a
with stumers, and lunch to nlcnles or htmh.
sinusal short notice and at low rates.
looms and Mount
Can ho had at 10 Pecan street, near Knlsenpal
Ask Your Grocer
For the cnuvnscd Maiimii.ia Ham. F.vnrv
hum guuruiitecd. o-l-lm
.mio.iiNo ii fnvya K""il lur tno spring
and summer to be found In tho State at
i-akuuaht a; bON.
At Gilbert's, No. t Houston street. 4-21-lm
Card receivers, cake baskets castors. Ice
pitcher, butters leu 90t, triple and quadruple
plato at 221 Commerce street. Trustees sale.
Meals delivered to private residences dally
from the Delmoulco Itestuurant. Ilinmum
I low I'lticr.s and
: PHOMIT DULIVKHV. i
Hui.LENiiEiinEit 4 llAuius, 407 Houston St.
Do Not he Deceived I
Hut remember when you wunt to buy llnest
quality or go ds nt reasonable figures, J.
Josku & Sons aro ready to 1111 tho bill.
Clothing to Kit
Kvcrybody rroin a 'M yearold child toun extra
size men's suit, ut Cohen ii Koeulglielm's, iuti
und 311 Main plua. .Vll'tf
Ilverythlng for men, youths and boys at 217
Alamo plnii, Sheets, Correvon & Cast lea. 1I-U
Scolleld A; Tovls ure taking tho lead In coal
Pleco goods by tho suit or yard for spring.
Pancoast ic Son.
Change or Time on Sunset.
On Tucsduy morning trains cast will leavo ut
i:l.ra. m. Instead nl II u. m.
t i'l' 'In K"'"'f tust '" "10 uvcnl"B w"l loavo ut
All west-bound trains sumo time us hcro-
Forruplo and quard ruio silver plated
ware go to tho Trustee bale, 221 Commerce
-If you want lo buy good gold und hllver
watches, chains und Jewelry cheap go to the
Trustees sulcs, No. 221 Commerce street.
Now spring clothing und hats Just In.
PANCOrtBT Si SON,
-I'nr Itnii.ra ulli...r ,,i,,,,..l l,.,l.7..
undtrtplo and qiiardruple sliver und plated
.,,tu.,,Uniaiiui commerce street.
You Will Kind
I'vi.rvlhln.r In m,nl. rr.,lsl.ln .
cheiipest to tho llnest at Cohen Ic Koenluheliii's,
....... ,.,.. u-it-ti
Mexico go i to NlnTengg, bookseller, Commereo
,l'J-.l,!:lm..v"l K"l' 1,10 'leiu'iio oi .Mexico In
1HH2, with tho best inup of our sister Hopubllc,
ull for fi U) per copy, i.h-tt
plaza. Sheets, Correvon & Cus'tles. 5-11-tf
J. JOSKE & SONS
tusiSk o? Cli,ia Ottoman, Light Siiiiimcr Silks,
NUN'S VUILING from 25c, ttpwunls, with nil colors nnd qualities of Spanish Ijico lo
match. Tho best und largest assortment of
Gents', Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
fr A lino assortment of IILACK SILK (IHF.NADINKS nl. fiOc. HATINF.S In nil colors.
PEHSIAN LAWNS In nil tho lulest patorns.
New Goods Every Week!
Prices Lower Than Ever ! !
liai'guiiiH sill over tho house. Seeing ih believing.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
COMMERCE STREET, SIN ANTONIO, TEX S.
SOrM AGJ3NTS for
W. J. LEMP'S BEER,
nUAUGHT AM) DOIIULK KXl'OItT IIUTI'LEl).
rWThls Deer Is inado from tho best Injrrcillont, nnd wurrantod freo from nnv ohnoilou
I want to tell about the IIOS3 IIAHCAINS lo he hud at
A. JP&.A.'&J.JSr $e GO'S.
V&' VAegaiM Dresa (llnnhuin ut'M, lOntiil l24coiils.
IW Iuurlry Dress Lnwns lit fi centu iht yurd.
W'lionsdale llleachcd Doiuehtle, yurd wide, Uc.
FOREST MILL RLE A CURD DOMESTIC vM!. S
THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES
At SIMON MOHHIS' lo show tho puhlio tho
uiin.imiwi n i-i.uiuinii, also tno most -oiciruui aim compietu lines ol
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over wrh ehowu In this
Comound convince joursclf. STHICTLV ON
No. 44 Commerce Street,
dishes, Ico pitchers, plcklo c.utors. ten setts, all
triple und quadruple plate, nt 221 Commerce
street. Ti usteo'a sulo. 4-iI-tf
A lariro conslirnmont or dlnuioiula rlturs.
pins ami studs just received, and lor sulo ut
auction, at 221 Commerco street. Auction sales
ut 10:30 u. m., and 1I0 p. lu. 4-0-tr
Kur & Kulin'a
Steatn Snusag-o factory rocoinmends llsclf to
ill epicureans who wish to test lino cervelut,
rollat, boloirnaand W'lennn satisuires. Head
cheeso und blood puddliiir nlwajs on hand.
Salesroom till Houston street, next door to
niuvcricK lanu omce.
hpeclal to Men,
What you can irot at J. Joslto & Hons! Tim
best $'0 suit In tho Statu ; tho nicest straw hat
lor tho least monev ; most exiiilalto treuts un
derwear mid furiilshliiK kooiIs, und ut prices
remarkably low. 5-U-tf
Special to Lnilles.
Tho ladles are reoui'sled to bear In mind Hint
J. Josku Se Sons have Just received it laruo and
oleiruiit stock nf kid ifloven lu all shades,
hosiery und rorscta, und u full lino of notions
and novelties. o-U-tf
Linen Lawns, Pcrcnts und Ginghams' In
San Antonio, Texas.
latest stylos of HUNTS', YOUTHS' AND
idty, both In stylo und price.
K PHICH ONLV. No trouble to show (foods.
San Antonio, Texas.
i'irsl Aiinivorsai-y Festival,
AT TUG (JASIX0, MAY 24, '83.
fProinenude Concert, Supper nnd Hall by
I he San Antonio Ilrltlsli A'soeintion. Tickets
SI, liicliidlnirudiiilsslon to the whole, at Sim
Hurt's. HIhcIio'h, Hhodlus 6: Tempsky's, Alamo
Muslo House, Holland's Tea Stores, of II. Uy.
der-Tuylor. Lkiiit olllee, und all meiiibcin.
.Music Dy tho Klclitli Cavalry Hand. ,'M-llir
CARTER & MULLALY,
I'linerulH rurnUliod Willi livery IteijuMto.
flpclal nttonllon (riven to forwardlnir bodies
to all parUof tho ITnlUiil Stuteg, t3ty"Tnlenhouo
counootlon. Culls attended day und, ntitUt.