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The San Antonio light.
THURSDAY. MAY SR. 1883.
received a new
lot of thoso 6-tjutfon
Shoes. Also n few moro
styles of Ladies' Slippers, Ties
and fcandals. ()"r prices nro tho
lowest, Htnl we nsk nil 111 need of
Shoes mid Slippers to call and
examine before purchasing
elsewhere. Our stylus aro
numerous, prices low, and
wo guarantee ouch and
every pair. For new
styles and prices,
go to Frank's,
aro this week also
selling SO doz. boys'
straw tints at c each.
2T do, shirt waists nt 20o
each, iJdrz.shlrt waists, good
quality, "t Wc. Ladles' trimmed
and iintrlinmcd lints at prices
that will astonish the natives, and
Shoes and Slippers nt New Vork figures.
Ten eases altogether, of an unimportant na
ture. Total amount or lines, $-"7.
Tlio ladles or Trinity M. E. church, on Av
enuaC, will lmvo nil lec-creain festival nt tlio
church to-night, -May til. Everybody welcome.
Judge Mason appointed Davo IUrnard gunr
dlan to the children of John W. Ilcrnard, de
ceased. JIo Is under a bond of S1UU0.
Kdwards llarron and i'aula Sals.
Homan Arabasta and Casoluclon Orutla.
Juan Trumun and Dolores Luna.
William Shannon and Martini Jones.
Messrs. Frcyer llros. desiro the LtniiTto
state that tho Vaudeville attaches do not room
abovo their store, as stated in tho Times, and
have not doue so for somo time.
Kbcllna Hernandez, ago six months, tho In
fant daughter or ItudolU and Maria Hernan
dez. Tho futierul will take plaeo this after
noon at 3:30, from tho corner of Dolorosa
and East street.
A Kindly Oiler.
Mr. J. A. Nixon, ugent for tho Texas and
Wells, Fargo express routed, offers to convey
any parcels or packages belonging to the
Texas Press association to their repect've
homes freo of charge. This Is a kindly offer
and will bo duly appreciated.
The New Olticer.
Mr. A. Nicholson, who has been appointed
to succeed Captain Krauso as Station Agent In
tho International depot In this city, has taken
charge or tho olllco hero. Ho Is well known as
nn able railroad man, and will no doubt dis
charge bis duties courteously and well.
Improvements t the Court House.
A very handsome counter screen Is being
affixed In tho County Collector's ofllcn. Very
fine walnut tables, with green base covers,
am sot in tho District court, Comialsslouers
court and in the Collector's olllco, adding to
the utility and appearance of tho apartments
A Desirable Improvement.
Colonel Ilolknap Is arranging for Improve
ments In bis street car Bystem. Tho rolling
stock is to bo Increased, the tracks doubled,
and he hopes to be ublo to run cars every
five minutes. This Is creditable to tbo Colo
nel's enterprise and ig a step in the right direc
tion for tbo convenience of tho citizens.
Mrs. Vandeberg, lumber two-story dwelling,
S5xU0, west sldo of flurleson street, $3.'i00.
Lilian L. Lee, lumber two-story dwelling.
4fii', (I mini avenue, SMflO
Jesus Valdez, lumber dwelling, 20x11), south
side of Lopez street, $17.").
Mrs. K. A. Davis, lumber addition to kitchen,
8x11), north side or Ilurnett street, iUO.
Sim Antonio's Increase,
Messrs. Mori ison & Fourmy, who have can
vassed tbo city Tor their directory, estimate
that tho population or San Antonio Is UO.OUO.
They Und that upwards of 1000 buildings lmvo
been erected slnco they last canvassed tbo dtv
two years ago. There can be uo doubt that
san Antonio is m largost ana most prosper
ous city In tho State.
United In Love.
Last night Captain Anson A. Maher, an Eng
llsli resident, was married to MUs Llllie Clem
ents at the residence of tho bride's parents, on
North Flores street, lu tho nrnsncn of a wlmt
circle of private friends, Dean Ulobardson per
fonnlnglthe ceremony. The happy eouplo loft
or duiuiiu, iexico, iusi nignt, wnero tney will
iu iuiiiru restuu
The Village lllnck.inlth.
Blin Hart received this morning three cases
GJO.OUO) lllucksuilth cigars, and after lllllnir nr.
ders In the city, had but 700 lett. This cigar
has been on the market tour years and is ex
celled by none for a good 5 cents smoke, and Is
handled by dealers who believe In irlvlng
smokers tue worth or their money, (ilvuthem
a trial and you will smoko no otheis. Sold
wnoicsaio anu retail uy biui Hart, -Main plaza
An Impromptu affair took plii'ti in the gath
orlng of the whole company who took part In
tho late Frelschuetz performance, at tho resl
(Unco of Mrs. Itoecttl Oerlienlt, yesterday
venlnir. A bniiiiv time was had In thn wnv ,,r
u lunch, a bowl of punch, and any quantity or
' tin ama, pinii uiiu uiuuseiiieiiiB in gen.
rral were kept up to a late hour In the night
The ladles and ircntleuicn eoinunHlnir thn
pany will arrange for a regular organization.
Observations taken at 5:31 a. m.: San Anb
nlo, barometer 30.02, thormometer 2; Eagl
Pass, barometer 30.00, thermometer flfl: Fort
Stockton, barometer 29.b9, thermometer 110;
Fort Concho, barometer so.es, thermometer (W;
uivcsion, uaromeier au.u7, tnermometer 72
Shrovenort. barometer 30.01). therinmiiuinr i
VIckburg, barometer 30.10, thermometer AH;
New Orleans, baromoteriW.li), thermometer t:
liismnrcK, uaromeier lAi.us, thermometer VI
Justice Adam nt Work.
Walker Jones wanted Justice Adam yeater
day to place Albert Miller under peace bond
but as there was no tangible ground for doing
an ho declined.
F. J. Holtcl obtained judgment airulnai th
(Jalvrston, Harrlsburg and San Antonio rail
mud for :).
Hiinon Harrison brought it suit airalnst tin.
same railroad oompany for damages to hi
wugun uuo. waaawuruuu
Items (lleunrd In the Hotel Corridors aud
from Various Other Honrcra.
Mr. W. L. Salisbury, a Toxns sheep man, Is nt
Mr. Edward Wcntworth. merchant of Wind-
nor, Is at tbo Central.
nont'mcn of Luting, nroatiho Central.
Mr. CumllloG.Pillnt. who has boon visiting
the city, has returned bomo to Houston.
Mr. N. T. Mnulton and wife, prospectors
from Monroe, 111., aro nt the St. Lconnrd.
MIm V. P. Iludiro. on a visit to hor brother
from lleverly, Ohio, Is nt tho St. Lconnrd.
Colonel S. C. Vedderand Carta In C. II. Hal .
United States Army, are at tho Monger.
Mr. V.. n. Srlinliz. of San Francisco. Is visit
ing relatives at tho Central on his wny homo.
Mr. J. W. Putnam, of tho Fort Worth Oa-
zette, better known by his uon do pluino of
Slauc, is in tno city.
Ml.xa Fannlo 11. Johnson has returned from
Houston, whoru sho has hoeu visiting friends
during tho past mouth.
Mi-nsrs. V.. Malcr anil F. Kornnen ro turned
from their trip to Denlson and went to Frcd-
ricKsnurg tins morning.
Mr. F.. L. Wntklns. eonncetcd with tho hoilo
nf Mr. J. W. Kiddle, of Kaulo Pass, isln.thocltv
on buslnes and Is at the Monger.
Mr. and Mrs. Tuniiiand. Miss Mitchell. Can-
tain Shearbiirn, Messrs. It. M. Glnzhrook, C. F.
Williams and ll.Olazbrook.of llaloonos'rauchc,
near Ilourue, aro at tho Monger.
Professor Katzenlicrcor. with n number of
his ninateurs, expect to leave Saturday night
ror iioeriu. wi ero incv win irivc a concert anu
ball, returning to San Antonio -Monday even
The scholars of St. Mary's church liavo a
Mr. Tom Harrison and frleuds had a nlculo
at tho springs yesterday.
The Si'iiiidlnavtau club meets to-nhrht nt
the Postolllce Kxchauge.
Oultnn number of tho Press brethren vis
ited the Lhiiit olllco to-day.
Congressman Tom Ochiltree has favored
tho LtnuT with public documents.
Tho Trinity MMhodlst Knlsoonal church
havo an ice-o.-cnm festival to-night.
Mr. Meyer, if tbo Alamo plaza, has a eat
that has been in ins household for 1(1 years.
Hiiro Schlacdcr and Catherine Marie Nitze
weio united lu marriage last night by Justice
Tho Arbcller Vorcln society will give a
Icnlo at Maverick's grnvo Sunday, June 3.
ricnus ami pu duo iuviicq.
Mastor Willie Hossack. sou o' Major Hos-
sack, was burled yesterday. Tho St. Mark's
cathedral choir, of which ho was a member,
passed resolutions of respect.
Colonel A Itelknan dlsnlaved his iisnnl
enterprise and liberality this morning 111 Issu
ing tlckota to tho visiting members or the prees
ireo ior u riuo uu me sircei c;ii3.
-Mr. tl. A. Wilbur. Chief Clerk Siinerlntond.
ent's olllco of the United Statea Mllbary lines,
and n prominent member of tho Sail Autonio
i.uctary uiiu I'eiiaiing aocieiy, resignou ms
post and returned to Chicago on Tuesday. Mr.
W. T. lllythe. Chief Operator, succeeds blm.
The Pigeon and the Dog.
Mr. Xctte has u Hue Newfoundland dog called
Pluto," who has made a friend and com
panion of a pigeon. Yesterday, whilst tho
kiiit commissioner was present, the pigeon
went to tbo dog. who was sleeping In tho store.
and peeked blm Bcvoraltlinesbeforoshonwoke
him. Then It strutted proudly towards tho
door looking behind him, the whole tnanouvre
expressed as plainly as motion could tho words.
uomc on, oni uov, iei us go in tno oacg yarn
nd havo a romp " Pluto was. however, sleenv
and dozed off again. Then tho pigeon got
wratiiy ana pcckou uiiu on tne noso. rtuto
arose, yawned and followed tils feathery filend
Into tho yard, where thoy gamboled harmoni
Keal Estate Transfers.
Mary A. Maverick to John Orinoud, lot on
southwest sldo of Oak street,
James T. A. Ilnwman to M. Struvc, lot on
tho northeast or thn Government depot, SlUi.
M. Struvo to Louis Ki mill, lot on the north
east or the Oovernment depot, $200.
.Mrs. Nannie Hunter ami nusband to Ueorge
Ucllerby, t'iO acres, on the north branch or the
Medina river, J20U0.
Theodore L. Stunner to Pctor -TonaR. lot nn
tho KOllth sldo or Mlhlli street, $000.
William Hoetllng to Nniiule Hunter, 420
acres, on the north branch or the Medluu
Cases lu the Dlstrlet Court.
In the case r C. C. Jones vs. W. W. Eckford,
udgmcnt was given lor the plaintiff.
Tho cases of Clark Ilrothura vs. H. C Mnrii.
cheuii, Caroline ltock vs. Julius Hock, wore
I rench Wh tccotton'a tu t vs. nnlvuston.
Harrlsburg and San Antonio railroad was urn.
codling when tho LinilT reporter loft.
.iiiugmeni was eiiiureu ior tne uotenuantln
thecaso or Dobbin and wlfo va. II. R. Tnvlnr
Tho opening or bids on tho 20th Instant, for
surveying, grading, etc.. or San Pedro avenue,
is hereby postponed until 12 o'clock Saturday,
Juno2. J. II. Fiiekcii, Mayor,
Notice San Antonio Mechanics and Work-
Thcru will he u special meeting at 7 o'clock
p. m., -May 21. T. Vaii,, President,
L.'. llHYKItt:. Ilen'l Kf.f.'v.
Tho union will havo a nlciilc next HiiikIhv
The copartnership heretofore erlullntr l,.
twecn .1. llaliiiniidii and .T. I'nmiula fu.lla-
snivou uy mutual consent. J. Conrads will
coiiiiiiuo mo oiieiiicss ui tno Baine Btand, aal
M.i. yy....Muiv.u nyiuui. UUU Will UUllCCb ailU
pay uu puis ot tno lato llrm.
-2-''t J. ll.U.AMUDA.
Thn firm or Kurtz & k'nliii. uiinmiin. n,,.ni,
facturers. havo this dav illsolvi'd iv mnimil
consent. The same business will bo continued
uy iiiieuing uuun. tho factory will bo ro
moved to fill Avenue C, where our goods will
uo rurnisnea to customers as before, wholesale
ana retail. uiiaiu.ks kuiitz.
5-- -t WiM.tAM llOKri.INQ.
Thic nnrilnte in Inlrl nf o M.o, V.t. ,!!
lican, accompanied by a lady on a Hudson
rivrrtnlnr 'TIip rnndnrlnr .1 .-.I
the ieu'Iator displayed a free pass. The con
Hlirlnr nlnnf ,-rl at ill -ir,rl IILV...
of yours?" "Oh, no ; only my wife," said
The Swiss National Council, by a majority
of 72 to 74, has passed a resolution in favor
01 suns'ituung, as laras may be compatible
with existing commercial treaties, a nroler.
tionlst for the present Iree trade tarifl. Th
resolution has still to come before the Coun
cil ol blate, and Is likely to be confirmed,
Hut before the resolution can take the than.
of a definitive law It will have to lie submitted
to the popular vole, and the chances are uu
mutakatily in tavor of its rejection.
SHKKP FOR SALE.
Ono I-ot I'iOO l!wcs.
" " HG0 "
" " 1200 "
" " 1800 Kwcb and Lambs.
" " !)0 KwcBimd Wothers.
" " KKO Sheep with lenso or llancho.
" ' 70WJ Sheep with lease of lt.inc.ho.
C11A110T, MOSS U CO.
WOOL COMMISSION 1IOUHK.
Wo nro nroparod to rocclvo Wool on consign
ment, making Liberal Advancements on same.
CHA1IOT, MOSS & CO.,
i-U-tf San Antonio, Texas.
Eupton Oil, tho family safety oil.
Cobon Si Uoenlglielm
Exhibit tho llnest lino of balbilggau and llslo
Of their own Importation. Ij-U-tf
-Ask your grocer for Euploti OH.
Ilr n stout, able-bodied voting mail, who is not
afraid to work. Inquire nt this office. ft-25ir
In endless variety and all the latest pi vies vou
can llnd at Cohen & Kocnlgbrlm's, 4M) utid 311
-uaiu piazu. o-it-ii
Ask your grocer for Scollcld tc Tovls' Hcud
Light and N ester.
Itooms and llonrtl
Call bo had at 10 Pecan street, near Episcopal
Ask Your Orocer
For tho canvnsed M.minoma Ham. Every
hum guaranteed 5-1-lni
Laikii: FuuNirtitr.n ltoo.M for rent at 211
Augusta street. 6-22-2t
Wanted A chambermaid, Germau girl pre
ferred. Apply at St. Leonard hotel. fi-22 -2t
Two furnished rooms, with board, at Mrs.
Hargruvo's, 3011 Avcnuo C. o-lu-lw
Of $.1000, seemed by real estate, low Interest.
.luurccs r . k iiiniiToiiiec. u-.i-si.
The llnest lino of niece iroods for tho snrluir
and summer to bo found In tho State at
Pancoabt x Son.
; LOW PHICES AND :
! PHOMPT DELIVEHY. i
SULLVNUEItQKU Si 1IAIIUI8, 407 Houston St.
Do Not be Deceived 1
Hut remember when you want to buy llnest
uallty of go ds lit reasonable llgureB, J.
osko & Sons aro ready to 1111 the bill.
Clothing to Fit
Everybody from n Vi year old child to an extra
slzo men's suit, nt Cohen Si Kwulghelm'a, 3011
and 311 Main plaza. 5-14-tf
Scollcld & Tovls are taking tho lead in coal
Eunlon Oil Is made from tho very best
crude oil; Is double rcllnod, uud free from all
Homes on Kasy Terms.
Cottago homes built und sold 011 easy time-
payments. Address, lAick llox SHO, Sail Anto
nio, Texas. 5-22-lw
Is not, as many suppose, alinply wnlcr-whlto
l.V) degree') tiro test oil, but Is superior to
water-white, or any other Illuminating oil
Young Mini 1
Shako that old suit und cull on J. Josko &
Sons, Alamo street, and havo them tit vou out
In one of those baudsoiuo $10 suits. Vou can
also got a nlco straw hat, shirt und necktie to
After Long Trial
Wo find that tho Continental Ink and inucllairo
ylves general satisfaction. Never hud a com
plaint, livcrytiiing 111 stationery lino at
5-7-lm IIai.uwin'8, '" Commerce St.
Special to Ladles.
Tbo ladles aro renucstod to beat' In ln.nd that
J. Jixko Si Sous havo Just received a large and
eiegaut stoci; or kiu giuvi'H in an shaiiux,
hosiery uud corsets, und a full lino of notions
and novelties 6-3-tt
In using Eunlon Oil you not only guard
your family from accident, but also provide
tho best and most brilliant light that any burn
ing on can produce.
Tho demand ror Eunlon Oil Increased 000
per cent, during thu year 1881.
Eunlon Oil was llrst manufactured lu St.
Louis, Mo., lu ltMl, und not 1111 accident Is on
record as having resulted from Its use.
The very latest In colored-bordered handker-
cnicid ami necawear at uonen & iiocnigneim a
30J und 311 Main plnzu. 6-H-tl'
Itauch for Ilent
Of 10,000 acres, and 150Q sheep for sale. Ap-
IvtnYV I. llll.nn VIM W.iut lliuinlnn at mt.t
For Hent A largo, well.furnished room. In
new stone house, live minutes' walk to street
cars, ut 140. Z.111 soutu l.arcilo ntrcot. fl-22-3t
Mnchlncry. engine and boiler Tor a much
ncouca uutincHS in turn city, rrico $2003.
rino Honor saloon, iroou locution.
Hoarding houses, us low as ut $2.0(1. and
vuuipiuiu 111 ovcry ruspucv.
iiuicis in city and couniry ior baio by
W. IS. Hilton, 208 West Houston St.
HIds will bo opened at 12 a. 111. thu 2m h limi
on tho l,anda block. Al.i'itEii Un.r.a,
W) null liwl Hue lamiel ill $0 BO. worth $12 Hi.
2.1 mills fancy Kbwliuae $10, funnel lu mWdut
MO ClieelidflililH ill $1 rn-d mit lii tmlu.
XtihUicUucn fliMM $1 2.1-mld crcvimheie id
OMwUlle MtttatWitruU, urn lit $1
UKuhtlCKhlittttt St 2.-. icniliSI mi
1W lUiitn iiiwii led half dime 25 trills nixir,
wm lh 40 In H) ie.nl. 11
AnrdflM neelvetl rreiy ieetk. Cniiie unit poxt
unuiiulf Willi tlmlnlext kIiiIck ami ltmct intra,
lltiiwiuieir rveiy plcea nf our yondji Ijiiiio und
iwh. oiir.r..N, uijiuttivnn aiuAtrijjiss,
CiikHM fllwlt AUtmo I'lnxa,
J. JOSKE & SONS
Ooipi'SS'or" China Ottoman, Light Summer Silks.
NUN'S VEILING from S5o. upwards, with
match, Tho best and
Gents', Boys' and
VfTA fine assortment or I1LAC1C SILK
PEHSIAN LAWNS In nil tho lntret paterns.
ir So Call 011 J.
Pouular Jeweler i
No. 12 Solfjdnd Street,
ESfCurrles n largo stock ot Diamond?,
General Merchandise. if You want Hargnlns
-A.T J SACRIFICE,
On account of a change in my firm, to take place
dtico merchandise on hand, I now oiler my entire stock ut
Greatly Reduced Prices !
t-trThls special sale to begin Monday, May 5, to last 30 days only.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
C()MMKRCi: STREET, SAN ANTONIO, TEX VS.
SOLK AGENTS forth CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER,
DRAUGHT AM) DSsjULE EXPORT KUTTLHI).
THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES
At SIMON MOUItIS' to show tho publio tho latest stylos of QENT8', YOUTHS' AND
CIllLUUEN'S CLOTHINO. Also tho iiioitoleguntuitd complelo lines of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown in tills city, both In stylo and prlco.
Comoand convince yourself. STRICTLY ONE I'UICU ONLY. No troublo to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street,
CARTER & MULLALY,
Funerals Vurnlslioil With Kvory Itequlslte.
Special attention given to lnrwnrdlng bodies
to all parlsot the United Status, errelephono
onnnection. Calls attended day and night.
Latest Arrivals lit .losko'n,
Among thu latest articles Just received by
J, Josko & Sons, Alamo street, aro laco cur
tains from $1 25 per pattern and upwards,
beautiful patterns of Chliieso silk at u cents;
nn elegant assortment of torchon and othor
lacca; lino (lermi.n table linen in seta with
hand-worked fringed edging; silk gronndincs,
sateens, solid und large figures; handsome mo
hair HiimmorsulU for $10; whlto lawns and
Swls3 dress good with omuroldory to match,
and various articles too numerous to mention.
Our patrons nnd the publio aro requested to
call und examine, these goods and get prices,
w-tr. J, joskk ie sons,
nil colors nnd qunlltlcs of Spanish Loco to
largest assortment or
OHENADINES at COc. SATINiain nil colors.
Llneti Lawns, Pcrcals and (llnghams In
San Antonio,. Texas'.
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Fire - Arms, and
call on EMEItSOii.
shortly, and also for agreement made to ro-
San Antonio, Texas.
Houston Street, noxt to Dr. Herd's resldenco.
French Cooks-Europcaii PJan.
Wolmyp engaged Mr. Aloxander lato chief cook
of tho Mcnger Hotel. MEALS ATALI.HOUltB.
RLEAT PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
OP12N WAY ANIJ NIOI1T.
impnrtod wines, llquois and cigars always ou