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to wtrk on the road.
A liuiiil It worn.
"What load you to' think Wain mi a
crank!" asked I tie Light reporter to Justice
Adam. "15ouse" answered the portly Jus
tice, "lie wu dressed like a dude." That
No I'rouf uf OwnoraliTp.
Martin Kellsr sued Sim in Fait this morn
ing, in Justice Shields' court, For tin value of
four ailves, but as he failed to prove owner
ship judgment was delivered for the de
fendant loiin' (Inrdrni.
There Will be the usul fun at Jonas' gar
den to-morrow. Music by McAllister's b-tad
und dancing at nigh'. There will he an
abundance of refreshments, and a general in
vitation is extended. .
At the Sunset depot yesterday, an engine
ran into a itoek train, which was standing
still on the tmek. The front castings of the
engine were broken, but no one was hurt, and
no farther injury done.
A poor, blind and aged Mexican was
brought into the Recorder's office this morn
ing by a humuie police officer. It is hoped
something will be done. Even a dog given to
lead him would be of some use. Oh ! for
Itmil Kstato TrinmfurH.
Kobett Dreamy to Philip O'Connell, lot 6,.
block 2.) ; consWeraiion $iojo.
Kittler N'eaiand Thomas L. Neal to VV. D.
Williams, 5,11(1.432 varas in llexar county,
on Martinez creek; consideration $100.
Thrown mitt ICIoked.
A Scotchman by the name of McClainc,
while out tiding, was thrown and kicked in
the chest by his horse. He was badly bruised
up, and came into town to-dy. The acci
dent happened at Centre 1'oin t.
J. A. Huppertz, disturbing the peace, fined
$5; K. A. Henson, drunk, $5; Hahan, drunk,
$5! G. Markly, disorderly, $5; C. Nava, car
rying pistol, $23; C. Nava, driving loose
stock through the streets, $10.
llu In Vrlglitonvd.
A gentleman well known in Iowa was
startled by the antics uf a little pet mastif this
morning, and promptly disp itched the animal,
saying it had hydrophobia. The dog was
playing will) some children at the lime and
was a great pet.
I.ovii unrl ltobbery.
12. S. Walton, Sauer & Smith's dude book
keeper who robbed his employers to provide
his la.ly love with presents, plead guilty yes
terday to an indictment charging him with
stealing $40, and was sentenced to two years
redduncein the penitentiary.
A ISiiiHt Uafondur.
R. Barnctt, who was alleged to be an accom
plice of Brown in his pseudo horse stealing
operations, was on trial this morning in the
District court. Mr. Ilrnntlcy, a new lawyer,
appeared for the accusod and made a biilliant
address to the jury, which was much admired.
Ulust H.ill 8huotliiK,
The Alamo Shooting club will have a
shoo tmtch to-morrow at their grounds,
back of San I'cdro springs. A new trap aud
an extra supply of glass balls have been re
ceived. The club will also hold a business
mciit'ng, and persons wishing to join will
present their names.
Fined for Drlvllic I.ooso btuvlc.
A Mexican named Cccillo Nava was ar
rested on Houston street last night, for driv
ing loose slock in the city. The stock
was removed to the pound, and Nava was
takn to the city jail. When searched there
died 01 ha.u.r....a., . . .. .. ua.
the SoHlftiUtloR Felt. ,
At tiie Sunset yesterday, the scaffolding on
which the man who were painting the depot
stand, gave way with a crash. Men and de
bit in one confus-d masi lay on the ground,
but to the j y of the p-ople hurrying from all
quarter', the seven men who were on the
scaffolding at the time arose.
Mn. Maturity Dulog Well.
Mrs. McG'rity, who attempted suicide, is
doing well. llerwmudis hilling and there
Is an improvement in her snity. She does
not now know what impelled her to commit
the rash act. Yesterdiy she wis visit d by
hei husband, Pat McOarity, who was m uch
distressed at this unfortunate occurrence.
The lollowiog additions have recently been
made to prison in the county jail :
Mario Rodarto, arrested by Special Con
stable Thomas Lee, at H etotes, charged with
stealing a horse, the properly of Mr. Freeman.
James Snlanos, arrested for an attempt to
kill and murder.
An Important, Land Suit
An important -utt ln this m .rning been
entered upon the Circuit court docket, in the
Federal court. It is the suit of Messrs.
Doppelmayer and Pierce vs. II. 12. Tuttle
and wife, Ida C. Tuttle, of Ifexar county,
which hat been transferred from the Frio
county docket. It is a suit to try title of a
tract of hnd on the Leona river, in Zavalla
county, and In addition to this the plaintiffs
claim $5,000 damages.
The assault ease which occurred near the
Sunset depot seme days ag, in which the
Bitters were serioudy injured, came before the
Recorder this morning. The person charged
were H. H. Johnson, J.JDmgmore, II. V. Hit
ters, II Hitters, Jr., and Thoinn Woods.
After hearing the evidence the Recorder lined
Johnson $100 in one case, and Sto in another
and Thomas Woods was fined $25. The
charges against the Hitlers and Dtngmarewere
Mtll'iiry Dupai'tnient Kotos.
A general cuiirtmartial is appointed to meet
at Fort D incan, Texas, on July C 1883, at 10
o'clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter as prac
ticable, for the tiial of such prisoners as may
be brought before it. The foil 'Wing is the de
tail for the cou't: 1'aptaln II. P. Remington,
Nineteenth infantry; Captain J. II. Smith,
Nineteenth infantry; Captain L. T. Morris,
Eighth cavalry; First Lieutenant W. M. Wil
liams. Nineteenth infantry; Second Li eutenant
J. M. Cunningham, Nineteenth infantry;
First Lieutenint C. A. Vernou, Nineteenth in
fantry, Judge Advocate. A greater number of
officers than those named canno t be assem
bled without manifest injury to the service,
The annual examination of the Beth E
Sabbath school will take place to-morrow
afternoon at 5 o'clock at the ten pi'.
Paine Methodist church, Soledad street, W.
J, Young, Pastor No Sunday school, but ser
vices for the children at 1 1 a. m.,with sermon
by the Pastor. Services at 8: 15 p. in. Sub
ject. " Honesty is the Best Policy," third of
the seriek on maxims of the world. All are in
vited. Seats free. Important business after
night service for members.
Rev. W. II. P eston will hoi 1 services to
morrow night at the First Presbyterian church,
corner Hruston and North Flores streets.
St. Luke's chapel (Episfr pal), corner
Lcona and Zavalla streets Sunday school at
9:30, service and celebration of Holy Com
munion at II a. m. to-morrow.
St. John's chapel (Episcopal), Austin
street Children's service and Sunday school
at 4:30 p. m. to-morrow.
Not content with the plunder they took his
clothes and dropped them two blocks down
the road, where they were found this morn
ing. As yet no olue has been discovered,
though no doubt our efficient police officers are
on the track. Mr. Stevens was about to leave
town, but had to send after money, he having
been for the moment cleans I out.
till TI'IKH AGAIN,
Mut U I'rlBlitaitiHl OIT bv Hit .Illusion to 11
A man supposed to be the same individual
who robbed Mis. Sclium .cuer's house on
Thursday night, and g it a diamond I'io, a
watch and cluin, etc., again ma le an attempt
to enter the s ime house last night. He was
in the act of climbing up to a window when
Mrs. Schumacher's son-in-liw observed him
and made for his gun, which was not in its
usual place, so the owner gave vent to the
following exclamation: "I wish I had my
gun." The thief heard the words and made
off as fast as the thought uf going to be shot
could help him.
Mrs. Schumacher's son-ln-Uw recognized
him as the sam : party whom they have sua
picioned for the former theft.
Till! 8.UI t'll-IIAItltlH (JANi;.
Whom li aim. Hniltli, mid IVliiit In She
The Light commissioner this morning
wailed upon Mr. Dan P. Smith in reference
to the rumors mentioned in the local papers
respecting Mrs. Dan P. Smith. At first Mr.
Smith was leluctant to siy anything, but at
the request of the commissioner he stated
that a letter had been received from Mr. C.
Maulc, Mrs. Smith's father, which stated that
he had traced his daughter to the Christian
Women's Home in St, Louis, where she had
been taken by a Presbyterian minister, 'c
hoped for Mis. Smith's sake that the infor
mation was correct, but he had information
from a reliable source that she had been seen,
as reported by the Light St. Louis corre
spondent, at the depot there, She was thm
fashionably attired and did not seem in any
way to be penitent, or to be leading a proper
In answer to the commissioner Mr. Smith
said that there was of course no hope of a
reconciliation. A divorce suit was pei.ding
and he was rather inclined to think that some
of the statements made in the papers were
prompted by persons who desire to prejudice
AT TIIK IIOTItl.S.
To. V. Moffat, Ilmukett; V. Woldon, Cuero;
Itoes llaunu, California; W. Tom. O.Tom S. A.
Shi-pp, J. E. Thompson, A. II. I'dsi-hal, llrady
Cit;J. V. flrllllii. Maxim Springs; Mr, and
Mrs. J. Kirk, Mtixon Springs.
Mrs. Stiidemayer, Columbus; Mrs Hamilton,
Texas; C. Ileckor, Sr. Louis; J. C. Milter, Now
Vurk; A. S. Ilioks, KockiUlf-; It. Tniumlus, A11
giistu, La.; Henry S. AlieU, Mrs. . I,. Abel),
Vox I'opull, Col.; It. C. Millor, Bt. liimla; S.
Stemirt, Ilrackett; Mrs. V. 0. lllaliif, Del Kin;
W. Kelao, Hugle Puss; Mrs. C. V. Fortes, Eigle
l'n!.;.l. It Meroor, St Louie, unlved yesterday.
Mrs. V. I'fuMlu, Austin; I.. It. McDuili',
Austin; It. Unit won, It. II. Heath, Now York;
11. Straus, Cincinnati; II. T. Smith, it. W.
Suilth.J. It. Moo, St. Louis; W. llrlol, MHsti
slpl; J. Smith, El I'uso; M. S. Hall, Fort W orth.
M. F. Miodonald, J. H. Harris, St. Louis; J.
V. Kucny, Kvunsvtllo, Indiana; J. (Jure,!, United
SUtos iirmy; II. M. I'reuuh, StTLouls; J. Olli
out, Uttlvvstoti; J. H. Wlldy, Lob Aniuloti, ar
rived yesterday. Mrs. S. Mnbson, Mrs. Illukllti,
NHMiHotn, Toxin; J. I,. 1, 11 1'rolk. Ht. L uN; A
A. Hall, Now York; Louis tialilu, Now Vur'j
1). Wliiirufld.St Louis; L. Tlitvls, New V'ork;
J. S. Wau rs, Houston; J. It. Itoulidlu, rinii
jmIpk O. SHimldt, Milwaukee: W. 11. Hliotlet,,
St. Lou Ik; L. 8. Uusstil.Towmitla, IViinsylvuiilu;
II. C. Hlraoblleld, Cluolunati; IxiuU Ilium, Curl
Ilium, ltovkdulti; J. V. Itubortson, Austin; .1.
S. l'rlsner, Mllwaukoe; II. Outliout, Mow York;
L. Levy, Texas, G. P. Kumpmaii, arrived today.
mu Au. t.h iVxite, u kiiu Muneer.
Mr. Louis ILtllo, ncaut or MumniM cole
b rated ohaniMirne, Is iu tlm MnvnrloW.
Mr. J. II. I'fHll, well-known o tlso- of Spof
fortl Jiinotton, h 11 sliest ut tlio CmiiUiiI.
Mr. and Mm. M. F. Corbett and fauilly, from
Fort Stockton, are UMM at the Maverlek.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Hill and K. W. .1 ihtrtOti,
prominent ot'laxiis of'llld en, areut the Oentrol .
Mr. C. II. Slaiiii titer, it largo 1tootm.n1 of
Mt'XUo. nuoouiiMUlttd by tils fiimlly, are tit tho
Mr. T. l'.LnMiinn.u member of tlie Mx llrm of
J. T. Sullivan A Co., Is rKlMerd ut the Hotel
Mr. II. P. Ilrewater, the Commbxlonsr of
History and rttatlttlos of tills Statu U nKlitored
at the Mcnger.
Ca ititin W. (1. LI tt lull U1, or Ootu.tliM, one of
ilinimmt in oniiiifiit onttlo 111011 ot ttio state, U
lit till! MLMItfio'.
tleiiordl ('.. Cloutoil (lardnvr and Mr. 0.
(iiinnoy. both 01 tho Moxloan National, ur
rlvoil troin Litrndn thin moriitnx, mid took
brvakfast at ttiu Monger.
Mr. Iuoudro Fornandar.. of Piednis XviiriH,
oaiui beiv thin inui-iiliiff oil tiU way to I. utslo
to inoot tlio rum II r of Colonel liruaulo Morula
KarxRuau, vrlio ureuo nliu from II )iitirey.
bid 11 r si-auks.
Iluy your furniture of L. Wolf son.
Linre uaortiaoiit of ollloe duska ut Wolf
sou's. Nine tuarrlture llcoiisee woro liHuod this
Now deslffna In furniture Just received ut
The prioos at Wolfsou'ri tiro its low us can bo
round liny wburo.
kVinio very pretty Indies hut and trlmmlnir
can tmaotin ut milfsou's.
Tho lurift-jt stock In tho furniture lino cuu
be found at L Wolfton's.
When you want to buy furniture, rem mi -ber
10 will on Wolfso'i.
Major WtiMti'i now think that poker play
lmr Is lion id un.l thm honesty Is the best policy.
In dry mood, notion, "ulotlilnit and uverv
thlng kept tn a ttrat-vlaw lorc, uill on L. U'olf
son. Ptir iro'itlomn t'g and hoys' "roady-lii tdu
clothing and turiililiiiiir ifoods uttl on L. WoIT
011. Wolfson Wkh not sell his furniture "at
cat," but prious urom low an any liuuru In tho
Thl'toon bulldins; ierinlta woro Isniud this
week, tin- oust rtiiuriui; from $(Q to 3,00U ros
Iieutlvely. fad ineollnirof IVxar Rtienmpment No. It
moots thiH avonljtf ut 8 p. m. sli.trp for ooafer
rlii dfrfr xs.
Tho arthltoots of tho now achool house ex
iHut that 11 will Iu ready for oociiputloti In
Mr. (Itwiruu was strum arrested this mom
Inir fur iiiMlntalnliin it uuwuuuo, to wit : a t'oul
Fine Irnn-olad storps are bslne ereetoil ut
tho east side of Solodud, uour tlio uornur of
Willi luck's motion for a now trl.il was
tivcrriiUxl, yitortliiy. und his iiiarrluiio was
TI1010 will ben stated uouoluvo nf the Hun
Antonio CoiiiiiiuidBry No. 7 ut their lull this
evening at MU p. in.
Wo rotfiut to bear of Mr. T C ilson's serious
Illness, lie Is now ut Mm. SuppliiKtoti's, wht-ro
Dr. HvrlT Is ulteiidliiK hliu.
(inly one bultdlnjr porinll wnslMiiod to-day:
Mrs. Walker, lumlicr kitchen, UixlU, west ut
l.Ivt) Oak street, to oust $00.
In the otso of Oulloa Voting, tnod for rob
bing Mr. Tiorncy of 11 wntuh anil ohalu, the jury
oauio 'o no doolsloa und woro ilisuliurgwl.
Puriiitseltin wns (rnuited yosterday, by
Judge AiiUm Aduin, to bury tho rmtiulns of
V. T. Moore, who died so sudtUvily In this city.
A run 1 way liorso gulloptd up imst ttie post
olUoout fullspted this morning. Ho was still
making tracks when last aeun by tho L111111 re
porter. - V04 or I ty, opposllo Krlsch's store, the tiro
of ti iiit jk g.iv 1 way and 0110 t' tho wbeolH was
lniion iu nifo-s. A little boy standing clooo
l wiHSIUlit'y hurt.
Olio snoohtl fiutitro ot hist night's pcr-foi-.iuiueo
at riirnor lull was the dunning
playing of Mr. J. It. Miller, without whom
what eh mid wo havo done?
- Ladies should uui full to iittnnd the miction
sale of dry goods, t'linoy good, urooaery and
glUMwaio, at (Irunot's store, on Motility. Flrst
ulaxs goods olloiud to hlgliost bidders.
A niagnlrttoMtly oluswl Knight Templar
einbleiuntiu ring. iiuiuulHutuii'.l by Park Doe,
, n shown to a l.irsnr p'poiiei' thin morning.
It Uit creditable spoohuou of looul wmk.
Jlls Itosi Ut'l'dngor's hir ran awuy this
morning k-IiUh iHriiossed to lior buggy, at tlio
oornt-r 01 houtn Alunio 'ind Co nmtiroo streots.
Tin- hoi-Ho wm oppod. and 110 d mi igo dono.
- The notions ile ut fauoy goods, dry goods,
orookuiy hii I gUwire, at Oreit.it's store, on
Mini .1), will gLv housokuopore the oppor
tuuit of iintkt'ig advnutugeoui purchasos.
The tul" uuiiiini'iivort nt U a. 111.
Tho-o who uro nbout being nwrrlod, or
going Into hoitsekocplug, should intend the
auutfoiiHttloot fimoy goods, dry goo Is, glass
wnro and crookury, ut Oronot's storo, oiOIon
dny, trout 11 a. in., and savo ubout 10U per cout.
on tliolr purchases.