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PLUMES, TIPS AND FLOWERS.
AVo recolvcd this week por oxpross a full assorlmont of l'lumos, Tips nnd Flowers, tlio
latest novelties, nnd like to draw the special attcntlon'of tho ludlos to theso bargulus.
items Olenned In the Hotel Corridors nnd
frmii Various Other Sources.
MONDAY, JUNK 11. 1883.
Dr. C. T. ltaco and son from Uvalde, are at
Mr. C. CI Hubbard, arrived from tho West
this morning, anil is at me jucngor.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Cocbett, arrived from
Tort Stockton, and nro rcgisicreu at tijo jieu
Mr. J. S. Owens, of Corpus Chrlstl, arrived
this morning 'o rejoin his wllo and family. Ho
Tie L Tort, Lace
To Save -Money I
Is ii guest at tho Menger.
Colonel C 0. Ilrowstcr from Laredo, expects
to leovo for home again this evening with his
lutnlly. His daughter, we nro nappy to state,
who was iiuiio in some lime ugo, litis now en
Wo ore headquarters In theso goods. Housowlves, Hotels, and Ilonrdliighouso keepers
will save money by buylug their House Furnishing Goods from us. .
Mr. 1M 1. (lilford, loft via International foe
When In nced'of Clothlnjr or Dents' Furnlsh
Ins Goods, Hats or Anything for Men, go to
A. MOltKIS', 252 mid ?fil Commerce street,
Next to Lockwood tt Kumpinaim's bank.
Terro ilauiu, Saturday io attcnu tue weuaing
or ins ui oilier, unuriio v (iiuorii.
LI (HIT Sl'AKKS.
The Saji Antonio Light.
Wo sell tho celebrated TltOl'ICAL HAT FOll GENTLEMEN nt 75 cents In different shapes
und colors. This is tho hut for this country cool, cheap and durable
J. JOSKE & SONS, iVLAMO 1VLAZA. Opp. Pstonico;
For additional L)cl Konon Thlril rco
II. D. Llnderborn und Miry Oollltz; Justo
Garza and Antonlft Llcdesinn; Arcudlo Ajola
and Margarita l.eai.
Tho pupils of Mr. Kreuttner's school will Klvo
n musical concert Thursday night, Juholl.
The programmo will bo piiDiKiicu in lo-mor
Miss Stevens compliment tho I.kiiit wltli u
ticket to tho closing exercise of her school tn
occur at St. .Murystiau, wcauosuuy, Juno n,
Ht 5 o'clock p. in.
Ileal Kstute Transfers.
John T. Hntubleton to Albert T. llolire, lot
No. 3, out of original subdivision of city lot Nt
ID, on enst side of San Antonio river; consider
An Audacious Itobbery
Yesterday a man came Into tho yard o' Mr).
Orlcseubeck, who resides near the Sunset
depot. In tho daylight, and, jotwllhstaiiding
that she protested ho took away H very line
mule. The man Is ku wn, and tho KhcrllTH
men are anxious to meet him.
A Narrow Kicape.
A lltllo girl was knocked down on Saturday
night by one or Phil Sulzbachor's hacks whilst
crossing Soledad street, almost at the place
where Mr. Uarcla was Injured. Tho driver was
arretted, but as tho girl was uninjured and the
wholo utfalr was purely accidental, ho was re
leased. Mr. Phil Sulzbuchor was not arrested.
The following cases came before tho District
court thiii morning: I'edro Lujuu, theft ol
under S20 Verdict, guilty; sentenced three
mouths In Jail.
Tho cases against Vic Ilorton und Kato Wlso
Judgement nisi waB given against Jay Ited
wlck as principal, und Sam IlerllJcr and
Charles Muvcry as securities ou his appear
ance bond of JIM.
The Wurkhigineu's l'lcnlo.
Tho Son Antonio Mocluulo aud Wnrklng
won's Union held Ihelr picnic in tho Maverick
grove yesterday. Tho members, about 150
strong, met at tho headquarters In Struvo'u
hall, and preceded by the Military band,
marched in procession t rendezvous. Tho pic
nic was not very well uttended In the fore part
of tho day, but as tho night drow on, large
numbers attended and apparently enjoyed
Horse Thieves Captured and Jailed.
On tho night before last Deputy United
States Marshal Shely set out towards Somerset
after some hurso thieves who liavo been oper
ating there lately to porno extent. He cap
tured two, one of whom, Hen Shadhoin, by
name, lie brought into town and Jailed. The
other ho left at Cot'illu, as tho horses stolen by
tho latter wero taken In Lu bullo county. This
prompt action is rapidly breaking up the gang
of horse thieves In boiucrset county.
Editor San Antonio Light:
VAUDEVILI.K TiIKATitK.Junu , 83. Ill this ttf
tornoon's iesucof yourpapcr appears no article
which states, "that Kd, Stovonsdld somesboot
Ing In tho Vaudeville gambling house;" This
item uoos mo vuuuevnio an injustice, u
neither the Vaudnvlllo, nor tho proprietors o
the Vaudeville, are In uuv war connected will
nnv gaming establishment in this city, nor Is
thorogaiiilnginmiypurtnf tlio house belonging
www nuuuvuin uuiiuiug. licspocilllliy,
. WM. II. SIMMS.
i Mrs. Joo Glddlnger, tlirowing flltb Into the
plaza, dismissed; Apolonlo Sllva, throwing
tilth upon tho streets, dismissed; Angel Lara,
drunk, W: W. (Illison, drunk, $.r: J Hates,
drunk, $5; II Hchaftcr, drunk, $.',; William
Jicnry, urutik-. s; j. nuiuvun, drunk, 5:
jipuis, uriuiK, i iu; .i. upton.urunic, s.i; it. (ion
Kales, disorderly. $3; It. Galludo, disorderly,
5; I,:Orego, drunk. S5; Joe Williams, dlsor-
ueny, u. utigors. insulting language. ; i .
Wilkes, violation of Imok orders, o; J. Wilkes,
viuiumoii oi lines, uruers, .,.
tieorgo Casper, lumber dwelling, 12x11, east
of South Mores street, $"3.
Charles Huffman, lumber dwelling, 10x12,
northeast of Medina street. SXIO.
J'Vllcluiio Hernandez. lumber dwidllncr
7x1 southeast corner of Durango und Sun
Buba streets. $.7)0.
F. S. Delger, lumber shop, 8x12, south of
Nolan street, 50.
Slinon Oprzu Jumbor dwelling, 12x28, cast of
C. S. Msttl'son, lumber addition, 7x32. west of
.avenue ut ifu.
Kccriilt Clareueo 1". Loe, enlisted by tho re
cmltlug olUccr at San Antonio, Texas, is as
signed to troop K, Lfgltth Cavalry
penscd with by the Judge Advocato of the
fencrni court inurnui institute!) oy paragraph
, Special Urdus No, 47, eiurent eerie", from
ttiese iicuuquartorg, no will proceed to (Jalves
ton. Texan, und bn discharged under ilu iilrnu.
tlon of tho Chief Paymaster of the department
his services beln no longer ronnlred.
Tlio Quartenuiisier'g depurttnout will ftirnUli
ue necessary Transportation.
My order or llrfgadlerflcneral Augur:
Thomas M. Vimcknt.
Assistant Adjutant General
It Is stated thiittho grcator part of Wosson's
ueueioncy uas ueen paid
There wcie 12 eases dismissed before tlio
ltcconlcr's court thltf morning and 11 con
- Justice Adnui united Josorh Hupperlz and
Wllhclinlnu Schneider on Saturday lu tho holy
bands or inatiiiiiony
A few hoys and girls, restilents of tho Third
ward, had a nrlvutu n cnio at IhoSuladu vester
day, and spent u pleasant day there.
Mr. Charles Seabiiugh asks the I.KIIIT to
eontindrct the rumor that ho Istoliu In any
way connected wltli .MHiiiilngs pa per;
Morris Cinintv Herald : "Tho 'an Antonio
Daily 1 kiiit how comes to our ollicu us an e.
change. It Is one of our biightest exchanges."
Mrs. C. 1'. Haas, wife of tho nronrlolor of
the I.ono Star ten store, died this morning
mini consumption at ncr residence, near tue
Messrs. llrennali & Do amoro. sou litors. of
Houston slrcet. liavo prepared a very hand
some monument for erection over the grave of
the late liouoro uienei.
Don't forget tho l'reshvtcrlnn festival next
Tuesday evening at tlio Vienna garden, toin
inerco street. There will bo lota of refresh
meets on hand and pretty girls to servo them.
Ice-cream and cake. Peaches unit cream and
hot lunch n' tho festival given by tho ladles of
tho I'rcsbyterlan church TucMlay evening at
no Vienna garden, opposite uuener s eonieo-
An Ungllsh banker of world-wldo renuta-
Ion, lit present doing business In London, Is
'ontcmplutiug "penlng u banking business In
his city next full, and is now conducting his
business with u view to that enif.
Mr. Culson. of tho Aldcrnov creamery, sold
wo cows, thoroughbred and graded, for J.ViO.
Mr. Cnlsnn Is well known to tosesa somuof thn
llucst stock In the neighborhood of Sun Anto
nio, but besuyb ho will sell no more.
Miss Evti llrltton is reoorled still In Texas
and requests the Lkiiit to say that pari I s who
subscribed for the Hurricane and fulled to get
pa per will forwatdt heir natiis to "Hurricane,"
Charleston, S. C, No. 7 lleulifulr street.
W. W. Waiting's elegnnt cigar store, "Tho
Original Little Haviim," at No. II West Com
merce street, next in uriugo, which lias just
K-en completed, will open Its spacious doors to
the public to-morrow morning. It Is by far
ibc unest cigar store in tuo city.
AT T1IK UOT15LS.
0. and Mrs. Thompson, J. 1'. Johnson, It.
ItlchardsQn, Cotullu; Mrs. tl.irnes and son.
valdc; Mrs. C. L. l'yron, .Mrs. Mclrny, It. II.
nung. Mississippi; Mr. mid Mrs. Henscke,
alveston:M. huowu. Uvalde: l 1). Ioulir.
F. l'orris, fjiredo; S. It. Taylor, St. Louis;
Vlnccnto Curdenus, l'uso del Agulla; Mr. and
Mrs. M. S. Uylfe, nulvestou; J. II. Curtis, Chi.
ago: Mr. and .Mrs. W. Do Iteuur. Concho: M.
T. Ellis, St Louis.
M. Ituub, Galveston; Antonio (luzuinn, Mon
roy; T, Shcpuid, t'luvelund: II. Wilson, San
runclsco; G. W. Vimdorst, Kuglo l'ass; It. W.
homson, Mueilrk county; W. Corbiu, Hat to
. Itlchardson. Louisville: John S. Glvens.
Corpus Chrlstl; t'. G. Ilrowster, Laredo; Willis
.Merrill, tociiiiisoii, .Mien.; ,m. llrcmecrlioir,
Worcester; . I. .M. up ijucuo; c wo zel, Kyle;
. .1. l eunel, i.i l'uso; U. 1. Ituto and son,
vuldc; Mr. anil Mrs. M. 1'. Corhett und duogh
r. Stncktou: Mr. und Mrs. A. Wnssnn. .1.
ltcgan, Mr. It. Iteguu, Miss J. Itegan, San Fran
cisco; S. lluttlc, Frio; It. Fori, Soiioru; J. Grant,
J. 11. Mooruheud, Spolford Junction; it. It.
Neylund, Greenville; Dan C.l'rlee, W. D. Mc
Neill, Navarro enmity; John T. 1'rico, Helena;
W. M. Chuatc, Helena; M. H Hums. Goliad; A.
Casanoriis, 11. Heilwlg, A. II. Veimol, Laredo;
, t;riug, uei mo; jirs. i urner, .miss a. Tur
Miss Tt. Turner, I'leusunton; ltobert llrum
Incr and wife. Now Vork cltv: SI. N. Shive.
Gollud; T. 1). Wood. W. A Wood, G.J, dough
Mason; M. Master, Fredericksburg; L. Eiiimett
Forsyth, Austin. J. W. Long, Columbus; E.
Surbeek, lloernc; F. Hons uiid family, DeWltt
county; H. 'finer, Cundehi. Mexico; Georgo De-
. iMwards'. I'arls: S.' Arnold III h.' l'tohert
llleh. Fort Worth; O.Crawford, Mission Mills;
w. it iirtiKc. Crockett; Thomas Jackson, El
gin: Ueorgo Trnesdall, Santa Fe, New Mexico;
I.. A Franks, l'lcaianton:W. IC Jones, Curry's
creek, Kendall couiily; W. U. Ilraton, Kinney
county; J. D. Edwards, Live Oak county, S. 11.
usserry, i. it, Aiinnuiu uim wile, uuKVIUe.
lMitor San Antonio Light.
What I want to know Is How somo people
could get what they wuntod to cut und others
had to go hungry If they did not liavo a girl
that was working for the lunch stands at tho
worKingmeii s picnio yesterduy. I wont there
to get a eiin of eolfee. mid thev tmvn inn lieep
giuss hi cum siop aim toiu mo it wus only 1
cents, und if it was wnrm It would be m iia
and then I cubed for a sandwich, which was
jiveu io mo in l.uiopean style (a piece ot skin
isniiie ury urcuuj, lor wiucu luey eliargeil
o 20 cents. The general crv was. show tn n
ohotogranh of u chicken or let me elm. v ll.n
uuvoriisumeiii oi resuiurunt out ol u news
WASIHNflrriN. June D. -Them wemRl ,l..,illio
irom yeunw iovcrin Havana nnrinu- jiav: in
among nrlvato Individuals, and the rcmnlnitnr
umong members or tho army und nuvyln tho
iiuiiuiry iiuaiinui, inu uiseusu is Slowly in
creasing In Havana, particularly ulong tho ',
wnarves, anu niereanuio vessels moored near
the military hospitals hiivo been Invaded by It.
Max Elser, manager or tlio Fort Worth '
opera house, and Charles llcnson, of tho Dallas
opera nouse, met nero lo-uay anil arranged to
play tlio sumo com punies us fur as possible In
Dallas and ,Fort Worth next seaton. They
tooksteps to proposo to miuiugeis Interested to
organize u North Texus circuit, to boeomposeil
of U'aeo. Shcrnun. Gainesville. Corsleunn unri
Three Good Tinners Wanted,
Hlghtst wages paid. Apply to Frank Srffel,
Alamo street. H-1U uc
For Itent. '
The Dlgnnwity liomeslcad on Dlgnowlty
hill, fiirntshed, together with three milk omws,
u good pasture cloeo by, chlokens. etc, u largo
stuble full of feed. Possession given within IU
days. Apply to
Ham Huston & Diqnowitv,
No. 33 Accijula meet, or ou premises.
, I WW
P I o
c- f j
On account of a cliungo In my firm, to tuko
duco merchundlso on hand, I now olfor my cntlro stock nt
Greatly Reduced. Prices !
CWThis special salo to begin Monday, May fi, tq lust 30 days only.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIM,
- East Commerce Street, adjoining Sunset Railroad,
P. O. llnx 288, Tolephonu Sill.
ICKEI' CONSTANTLY 0 HAND
Consisting of Framing Timber, Uoxlng, Fencing, Dressed Floo-Iug, Siding. Headed Celling
ml Klnlshlnir Liimtier: idso n full siinnlv of Dimrs. Sash. Itllnds. Moiildlinm Hhlnirles. Dnsseil
nnd Hough Pickets of nil Patterns, l'liisterlng. I.ath, Ilurbod Wire, Mixed Faints, lliilldurs
Hardware, und ercrvthlug found in a tlrst-class lumber yard. Wo lire nronxrud to lurnisb
snocial bills to order ut short notice, being
Rough Lumber same price as
San Antonio Lumber Co.,
Olio lot ,VM Kwes.
" " im "
" " laio "
" " IHiw Uwes und I.ambs.
" " :m Kwob and Wetliers.
" " rViO Bheep wltli lenso or Itauehe.
" " 7UU0 Sheep with lease of Itunehe.
CHAIIOT, MOhS K 0.
WOOL COMMISSION 1IOUSIC
Wn nro nrenared to rocelvo Wool on conslun-
mont, making Liberal Advuiicementa on same.
ciiAiuii, muoo x i;o
4-11-tf Hun Antonio, Texas.
Cohen & Koenlglinliu
Hilillilt tho llucst lino of bulbriggun und llslo
Of their own importation.
Three now store rooms opposlto Sunset de
pot, ou or about tho 15th of Juno, Intel. In-Uli-u
of J. 0, y.uschlng. lW-iit
Tho llnest lino of piece goods for tho spring
and summer to be found lu tho State nt
I'ancoabt & Son.
In using Star Oil you not only guard
vour family from uceident, butulso provide
Star Oil Is iniidu from tho very best
crudooll; Is doubin rellnod, and free from all
-Star Oil, the fumlly safety nil.
House to Itent, '
Near St. Mary's street; three rooms; rent SIS.
Apply to J. N. Peterson, nt Postolllco lix
chango. U-tl-tl'. "
Ask your grocer for Scolleld & Tovis' Head
Light and Nestor.
Piece roods by tho suit or ynrd for spring
,' I'ancoast & Hon.
Foil l'UMrs of ull kinds und water und irnr
pipes ut lowest prices, go to Maury & Co., S5
Aiimo piazu. jeiepuunevj. e-e-ti
Ask your grocer for Stnr Oil,
When you wnnt your plutnblng dono well bj
experienced workmen, telephone to Muury &
Co., !!fi Alamo plaza. fi-28-tf
Tho demand for Star Oil Incrotised CO)
per cent, during tho year 188L
Star OU was tlrst manufactured In St
Inils, Mo., In 1HDI, and not nn ncclduut Is ou
record ns Having resulted from Its use.
WANTfii A cook, wlilto girl preferru'd. Ap
ply to 433 Soledad street. tl-7-nt
, You Will Find '
liverythlng In gent'a f urnlshlnu
nods from tho
0 iPiipost to tho finest ut, Cohen i
place shortly, nnd also for agreement imido to ro-
connected with one of tho largest mills In the Culcu-
Rough Texas Pine, $25 per M.
A. T. Hensloy, Manager.
CARTER & MULLALY,
Kline nils l'unilslied Willi livery Requisite.
Sieclal attention given to forwarding bodies
to nil parts of tho United States. r"Teleiihono
nnnn'eetlon. Culls iittendisl iluv slid night.
CiO stilM hel hluc flannel ul Jtt tt), irori J12 r0.
SSisiills illic ciimlinere $1(1, Jurmalu mHat
m) VhcvM slilrsnt $1 85-a uroif Inmialn,
:u) blue Until si Ills $1 S5 -mrfif everywhere at
!KK) irhlfe silrls (it Ul rwils, wnth fl
BOO ivMtc sifrls nt SI J!3' itvifi $1 fid.
1.10 dittci uwir(l Vml nose a cciils a nulr,
wtnth 40IO&0 mils.
.YoivHIcn rcceleal every uvefc. foiiie nnd post
muiKilf ivllh tlicUUext ulylcn and luwcrt urla.
Ilcmemhr.r teerypUce nt our ioixl Is nrui nml
rci. Slltim'S. CUItllKVONA CASTLES,
CnickM lltock, Alamo l'Uua:
In endless vuiJety iiiid'ull tho Intest styles you
:an lluil Ht Cohen & ICooulghelm's, fJOU and illl
Of llnportmice to Those Ilulldliig.
C M. Klngsly has opoiled n (lepot for tho salo
f Hint', cement, plaster of purls, hair, chim
ney Hues, tho celebrated Now llriiuiifels brick
nnd I ort Scott Cement. Quality good, prices
leasimiiblo. South side Main uhizii, adjoining
the Cent nil hotel. u-U-lm
A servant girl. Anply at No. 700 Aceiiula
street. (il-8-ilt) Mns. Pit. Jornta.
Phil Del has removed hlu Undertaking estab
lishment Irom !5I7 Commureo street to No. '1
Ilium street, opposlto Menger Hotel. U-6-lw
After f.ong Trial
Wo find that tho Continental Ink und mticilago
gives general satisfaction. Never hud u eom
plulni. liverythlng In stationery lino nt
5-7-lm llAi.pwiN'B. !!.ri7 Coiiinierco St.
Young Muu 1
Shako that? old suit nnd cnll-on J. Josko&
Sons, Alamo street, and liavo them lit vou out
In ono of those hundsomo J 10 sultn. You oaii
ulsogotunlcostruwlmt, shirt nnd neoktlo to
mntch. .. fi-3-tr
Fastest Time Kver Mad'o
To St. Iiul; fii 43 hours, to Now York In 78,
raUroud lntulm,l01",1 mi Northern
Comiii'enolng Sunday June 10, Missouri Paol
noconnooMongwIllloavo San Antonio at 7:15
a. m with through hotel oar, via Waco i id
Indian Territory to St. Louis Irou Mountain
conn otions will leave at Wild p. m" vlu1 PaleH
tlno it-a Texnrkautt with Pullmati slcoptug
wi i (Wtllt,