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The San Antonio Liffht.
VKUNKSDAY. .IUIA 18. 1B83.
MRS. L. II. MOSR,
'THE IiADT ES SHOE STORE."
420 Et Houston atn-ot (Cor. Alamo
Plaia) . San Antonio, Texas.
Ladies' Misses' MiMrcns' Shoes
Exclusively Lndics only In charge. Every
ladfcin lw guaranteed an easy, iiIot anil per
fect flttlnir shoo.
MEXICAN CURIOSITIES I
Mexican Wato- Coolers.
ItefrWerators. Watr Coolers
Water Filters, Ico-ereum Freezers.
Ilitlilnir Apnnitus. and Flower 1'otB,
iv Traps, uira uages.
awn Tnnnla. Lunc
Patent flutter Churns.
Oil Stoves, Furnaces,
Washing Machines, Mangles.
Fluting Midline. Agato Ware,
Main's Fruit Jars,
Crockery and Glassware,
IIouso Fumlshlnir Goods,
Wooden ntid Wlllowware,
Cheap 1 Cheai 1 Cheap 1 Cheap 1
At WAGNER'S BAZAAR.
For additional Local News see Second and
The Union of tho Boiei,
Mrs. Rosa Keintnger, the well known mid
wife, took upon herself last night the matri
monial yoke for the second time, and was
united to Mr. W. Rose.
What Kiln Wants?
Ella Simpson LangstafT wants Judje
Noonan to dissolve the matrimonial ties that
bind her to William II. LangstafT, of Kansas.
Ella says that William has been very cruel,
and has abandoned her.
Matteo Castillo, Ben Thomas and Narcisco
Maranda claim to be Texas veterans and ask
for their pensions The applications of Cast'llo
and Maranda were granted, but judgement in
the latter case was deferred.
The following persons have obtained the
proper documents frem the County Clerk to
participate in matrimonial bliss : William H.
Schram and Mrs. M. M. Blagles ; William
Rose and Mrs. Rosa Reininger.
Died From Natural Causes.
Lillie Muldrew, a colored child, died last
night at 240 Soledad street from unknown
causes. No physician had attended the child,
but as there were no indications of violence, a
certificate of death from natural-causes was
AddliiE tu the List.
When the Light Commissioner met Major
Dwyer and Mr. Ed Steves this morning as
they were seeking subscribers for Schleicher's
monument, he was pleased to learn that the
subscription then amounted to over $1,500,
and the list was still being added to.
Paul Volree, beating, $5 j T. Chamborlyn,
drunk, $5 ; Louisa Johnson, insulting lan
guage, $5 ; Emma Hill, vagrancy, $5 i Jennie
Duncan, vagrancy, $5 ; Jane Spillman, drunk,
$5; M. Dresch, drunk, $5; G Bronsnn,
dtunk, $5 j Charles Wilson, disorderly, $5.
At It Again.
The County Commissioners, setting as
a board of equilazation, Ibis morning
made the following additional assess
E. Dosh, $43; J. R- Shook, $995: F-
Koerble, $1000; Estate of Erastus Reed',
$2000; G. Mockert, $750; A. Dittmar, $3050;
L. Moke, $3000; J. bheern, $300.
At present the beard have added nearly
half a million dollars to the assessments.
A. Lingsweiter to Francisco Chavez and
Miua Chavez, hall of lot 7, block 3; considera
C. Stucke to S. N. Brown, lots 2 and 13,
subdivision 7, survey 136: consideration
T. P. Martin to S H Brown, land 13 miles
east of San Antonio, on the Chipadaras creek;
T. J. Devine to L. J Bay'or, lot 7, block
4; consideration $1,500.
LOG At PKKSONALS.
ltonn Gleaned In tho Motel Corridors nnd
Various Other Sources.
William Slngor.n inerolmnt of St. Hcdwlg, Is
ai tno central.
Colonel II. fl. Andrews, of Atnseosa, Is so
journing at tno central.
Colonol Nut Q. Ilcndeison, or thoGoorgo.
town Uecord, Is In town.
It. II. Shlpp, a prominent stockman of Hondo
Ulty, is a guest ni tno ucnirai.
J. W. flreirory, a merchant ot Scguln, and
wife, nte staying ut 1110 umirui.
Miss Sarah Ijmda leaves for Austin to-day,
and will stay with friends there for a few
Mr. Hurndnll tins Just rr turned from Illnnoo
county. Ho report! tho country In a;ilno
On tho Salado a lino rain fell.
Malaria fovor Is prevalent In tho city.
- A colored buso ball uliio has been or
ganized. -Mr. W.H. Schram will bo married to Miss
M. M. Ileatrlus this afternoon.
Nearly nil thu reserved seas for the Mascot
were sold before IS o'clock to-day.
Mr. .1. II. llelohradoky, propnsos to erect u
brewery and Ico house, costing $12,000.
In the Hoeordor's ouui t this morning II vo
cases were dismissed and four continued.
A social hop will bo glvou In Madamo Don
aldson's dancing academy on Friday next.
-Miss Dadeon, of tho Mary Shnrpo collcfc, Is
visiting her uncle, the Iter. W. II. Dodson.
-In half a da's work Sanitary Officer Opper
niHini condcicned '0 privies nnd other places.
- Mr- Nathan, on Commerce street, has busi
ness In his eye. He Intends enlarging his busi
ness. Mrs. Gennrnl Ilaylor and son have arrived
In Am Antonio on their way hoinuto Uvalde,
Officer Abboy repoits tho bridge on Ninth
street, between Austin street and Avenue I),
out of repair.
Lust nlirkt thero was a Unlit between sev
eral boys at a saloon on Alamo plaza. No ar
rests were made.
- Juan Fnincesen Is not n lunatic. Ho has
Mr. Howard 0. Cooko thinks that ho lias rot
wind enough to maku Lorenzo XVII play tho
trombone properly to-night.
Mr. J. 1C. Law, formerly clerk of tho Hord
hotel, has left for Galveston to act In tho same
capacity ut tho llencli hotel.
It Is said that thu amorous II. shed tears
when ho Ipnrd of Kos.i's wedding last night.
What Itosa dlil is not recorded ?
Two Vienna ircntloincn of this eltv uro
try ing to net up a musical evening, when all
the ulrs will bo those written by Straus.
A eonstablo who had linhlrcd too much
llifhtlrjir wlshky, made matters lively about the
nun s ucau oil .unmet street last nigni.
Mrs. J hn II Goldman was safelv dellver-
of a child on Monday, but it died u lew hours
after blr'h from hemorrhage of tho lungs.
We beg to state that Mr Henry Felllo Is
not going to be married to Miss Louisa Uor
teaux, that lady being an unknown person.
Last nlirht tho Vienna ladlos nerformed so
well aueucoro was called for, when to the de
limit or everybody, they played the "Turkish
Mr. F. J. Ileltel Is using his surplus capital
In bu'ldlnir eight dwelling houses In tho Third
ward. To other capitalists tho Light would
say go, do likewise.
The Stock Exchange base ball club are am
bitious They want to play tho San Antonio
blues for $100 or $:100 nnd tho championship.
Hut thu Illues won't play.
Professor D. C. B. and Mrs Connerly, Little
H''Ck, Arkansas, are visiting our city and ure
tho guests or Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Trigg, corner
of Avenue 1) and Seventh street.
The case of Arthur Langwell, charged with
hsrso stealing, was called In Justice Adam's
court this morning, and was continued because
or the absence or uecessary witnesses.
The City Marshal of Georgetown, William
son county, arrived In the city last night to
take charge of Frank 13. Campbell, who In
wanted lu that town for an attempt to kill and
--A Lioht reporter is Indebted to Messrs.
Klllott ii Hagland, of tho City Drug store, for
a buttle of Luhln's celebrated cologne, which
is ono ot this enterprising linn's specialties,
and is remarkably good.
Mr. Madnisz, beliur proventcd by eircum
s'auccs from ttctlng as Treasurer or tho San
Antonio Chess and Checker club, Mr. Gerald
(J rlflln will undertake thu duties or tho ofllco
until the new Treasurer Is elected.
Concert at Trails Park.
Mr. Frank A. Hall, director of tlio Eighth
Cavalry band, sends us tho following pro
gramme for the concert at Travis nark this
evening, commencing at 0 o'clock :
1. March. Presentation : Dorlnir.
2. Grand selection from Mercndanto'a opera
of " La Vesiule," arranged by J. II. Claus
tf. h anzes. rone iviesso: wiiiciicnrei.
4. Bolectiou from Wallace's popular opera of
.Maruana, arrangcu uy J, 11. uiail.
5. Itoinanza, "Spring Violets;" Itiplcy.
A Peculiar Death
Information was received in the city yestcr
day that Mr. J. W. Hambltton, brother of
Mrs. C. O. McClure, of Obraje street, had
that morning fallen from a stock train near
Ilcndrickson, Missouri, and was drowned.
Mr. McClure has gone to Ilendrickson to at
tend to the affairs of the deceased.
A Faithful Wife.
A doctor of this city attended a woman
who had been badly beaten by her husband
Her hand Was dislocated and her back mark
ed, but when questioned she would neither
give her husband's name or his residence, or
her own. A good many wives will not take a
beating, much less not put the police on their
husband's track for a deed like the foregoing.
A Mexican boy by the name of Antonio
Flores, while out fishing with a comrade, was
unfortunately bitten by a snake. He stepped
on a rock, the rock gave way, and a water
moccasin darted out arid bit him in the foot
He was brought round to Kalteyer's drug
store, where his foot, which was badly swollen
and inflamed, was attended to by Dr. Graves.
At present he is doing well.
The New llraunfils Picnic.
The personel of the New Ilraunfels picnic on
Sunday last was Miss Sarah Lands, Miss
Cora Baum, Miss 1 Tattle Baum, Mist Bettie
I'aus, Messrs. Morris Landa, Isa Linda,
Jake Zimmer, A. Koenigsberger and A, Ilium.
The party left by the morning train and re
turned at night. All declare that they spent a
very pleasant day,
A tVOUM-IIK SUICIDE.
Strango Discovery of Ulan Hanging by
His Heels Near Houston Street.
As my frlond nnd I wcro walking past thoold
bridge, our attention wns attracted by n man
who whs hanging head downwnrd from ono of
the cross beams, with his foot so wedged In be
tween tho timbers that It took sovcrai minutes
nud our united efTorts boloro wa could extrl
down unnn tho lirldire. 1 saw n dern gash ex
tending from ear to ear across his throat. Wo
wore liorrllled nt tho ghastly spectacle, nnd my
friend hastenod away for a physician. In tho
meantim I noticed an occasional trembling
of tbo would-be suicide, and Judged rightly
that liro was not extinct. Ily this tlmo tho
physician arrived, and ut 01100 applied restora
tives, mid In a fow moments tho poor follow
recovered consciousness. 1 knelt down besldo
him and asked him why be had acted so dos
ueratelv. and ho reached un and taking my
pencil out of my pocket, wroto on tho back of
a card these words : "A kind friend advised
1110 to buy u watch from Emerson; I bought
clsowhrrc, and my shoes aro worn outrunning
to the shop. I have not got enough money to
pay for thu last repairs ; you know tho rest."
W. Laind, lumber addition to dwelling,
14x20, south side of Nolan street.
J. Walsh, lumber dwelling, 18x32, south
side Hays street; $1,000.
L. O. Howell, lumber office, 12x16, north
side of Matamoras street; $125.
E. W. Harris, lumber dwelling, 26x36,
South side King street.
R. Newman, lumber kitchen, 10x12, north
east corner of Avenue and Seventh street ;
r. J. ileitel, eight lumber dwellings, 12x14
between Pecan and San Saba streets; $2000
A. M Beekmin, lumber addition to dwell
ing, 12x13, south side Goliad street; $50.
W. Dobrowalskie, lumber kitchen, 10x22,
north side Cenlre street ; $50.
E. Nigli, lumber store, 10x14, north side
Alamo street; $75.
Mrs. U. Buchette, lumber dwelling, 25x14,
north side Star street, $250. ;
Examination of Teachers,
San Antonio. Jul v 18. 18$!. Notlco Is hereby
given that a nubile examination will bo held,
tieglnnitur .inly M, at a 0 ciock a. in., 111 romp'o
lit tn t.i, ami continuing two nays, juoinuiy ana
Tuesday, in exainlno all applicants for position
In our publlo school. At least 10 vacancies arc
to bo filled, soven lu tho white schools and
three In the colored. Teachers of ability and
oxpcriciieo prolonged. W. C. Hotk,
oiipcriiuuuucui 01 ocuooiH.
Farm for Hale.
Two hundred and fortv (410) acres ehnloo
land, about eight miles troin town, with Im
provements anil uuuiiuaiit water, impure or
JOHN It. Ol'KINII,
T-18-St No. 0 Commerce street.
Ono Lot BM Ewes.
" " UfiO "
" lax) '
" " 1800 Ewes nnd Lnrabs.
" " iliXXl Hwesund Wethers.
" " fc.W0Pliecp.with leaso of Itancho.
" " 7IXX) Sheep with leaso of lbincho.
CHAUOT, MOSS DC CO.
WOOL COMStLSSION HOUSE.
Wo aro nrenarud to rocolvo Wool on consign
ment, making Liberal Advancements 011 same.
CltAllUT, JMU5S JC UU.,
1-11-tf San Antonio. Texas.
Cohen & Kouulgheliu
Exhibit tho llncst lino of balbriggau and llslo
Of their own Importation.
Sure to Please.
Mr. Wolfson say ho Is eontident ho can
pleaso tho taste of the most fastidious lady,
and gives them n spec'nl Invitation to call and
eeo his goods before purchasing. T-13-'t
City Drue Store.
Elliot' & Kngland, No. 8 East Commerce street.
Stock enterely new nnd Ircsh. Tho ladies nro
respectfully Invited to call and exainlno our
stock of toilet articles, perfumery, soaps,
combs nnd brushes In great variety, nt lowest
prices. Prescriptions a specialty. German
and Spanish spoken. , 7-2-1 m
After Long Trial
We find that tho Continental ink nnd mucllago
gives general satisfaction. Novcr had a com
plaint. Everything in statlouory line ut
M-lm Baldwin's, ar,7 Commorco 8t.
A good nurso for small children. Inquire at
on .accijuia sircci. V-I7-UI
Cheap for Cash.
A desirahlo city block ncur tho San Podro
springs, or lots on tno Avenuo. Apply to
W. E. HILTON, 208 West Houston st.
Try that crab npplo eider, a fresh arrival, at
Ihn Cltv nmrcrv amrn. '111 rVitmm.r...,
Done by Maury & Co. is guaranteed for a vear.
and does not need ropalrlug every week, bo-
cuusu it is uone wen. 7-lutI
Hoys, save your dimes and spend your
package and good as tho best.
l or Kent.
Two large, nlry rooms, ncur Gorman-English
school. Inquire of L. .oellner, ut Gold
rrank, Frank ii Co.'s 7-1 1-at
Tbo finest line of pleco goods for the spring
Pancoaht d Sou.
Yon Will Find
Everything In gent's f urn Islilng goods from tho
chcax;st to tho lineal at Cohen Si Koenlgbelin'B,
New spring clothing mid hats just In.
Lnulalanu Lottf ry Ticket
For nale only at Him Hart's cigar store, Main
J. JOSKE & SONS
llcspcctfully announce to their ouHomors and tho trado genorally that
their assortment of
Is complete, nnd will biVkcpt so through tho
shirt waists, In groat variety. Wo nro enlarging constantly our Bboo depart
ment, nnd liavo ot present tho host assortment of
fSTVor ladles, misses, children nnd gcntlomon's
285 Commerce street, San Antonio, near Main
plaza, makes a specialty of tho very llncst
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
Kcpoators, striking hours nnd quarters: repeaters, striking hours, quarters, minutes: celebrated
Adnlnh Hehunldnr and Howard watches: chronngruiitis. marklnir tilth second! calendar watches.
showing tho mouth, day or tho month, day of tho week, nnd cbaiigo of tho moon. Watchos for
engineers, train hands, yard men, stockmen, ranchmen, In gold, silver and nloklo of every des
cription. Tho wuteh repairing department being under my personal supervision, and as f havo
worKoci in tno nest esinuiisnmoius in Lonuon,
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
COJDIHIiCH ST.'tUGT, SIN ANTONIO, TEX IS.
SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER,
DRAUGHT AM) DOIIItLK KXl'OUT UOTTLED,
lk E 3EFL S O JE
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiii fmi''4.-l' 55"rv
Economy ! P
Patent Pole Tip & Neck Yoke Clamp
No. 12, Solcrtntl Street, San Antonio, Texas.
Callfornlu Clarot on Draught,
California Sherry Wine,
a ircsh arrival at tho City flrocory Store, 200
Lomtuorce street. is. aiihahams.
Uesirabtii Houses uml Lota for Rale.
New cottago with two corner lots, vcrv
cheap at $2X10.
i lanusomo coiiago on Avenuo untswuu.
Nice now liauso on corner lot at S'lUO.
Hock oottngo on Avenuo H at S3MJU.
Several new cottages near Milam square
from $h)ou upward.
City lots from $75 upward.
Apply to W. K. Hiton,
' 203 W. Hnustoii street.
Down to tlio Very Iluttoni.
Wolfson Is selling furniture at bottom prices,
from tho commonest to tho llncst maiiuliic
turcd. Uvery housekeeper slintild avail them
selves of tho opportunity ot lilting up u houso
at n small cost. Parlor sets, bed room sets,
tables, chairs, wardrobes, wires, lounges, mat
tresses, curtain goods, dainasks, table cloths,
napkins, bedspreads, or ovcry varloty. Mr.
Wolfson has accommodating clerks, wlio will
take pleasure In showing you through this Im
mense establishment, Wolfson also Ims a com
plete lino of carpets and mattings, of tho best
make, and ottered ut low llgures. 7-11-21
A rre6h supply or Mumin's Extra Dry and Dry
Ver.enay Champagnes at tho City Orocrry
Store, 20(1 Commorco street. K. Auiiaiiamu.
Furnished houso for rent during tho summer
mouths, No. 27 Matagorda street. Inqulio of
, Mini. O. A.
City Property For Sale.
I havo forsalo several cottago houses and
lots. On account or my leaving tlio city, will
sell cheap, call on I, N. Peterson, or Ilreiieiiiuu
ii Ilcrgstrom, Attorneys, Soledad street.
Win a Fortune
In tlio August drawing or tho Louisiana lottery.
Capital prize, $75,000. Tickets at Sim Hurt's
Call nt tho City Grocery Store, 20(1 Com
merce street, tor bargains in groceries, wines
uud liquors. H. AniiAllAMa.
A first class book canvasser for n now local
work is wnntod at thlt olllce. 7-lu-tf,
ltoek House for Sale at a Ilurjrnln.
In Third ward, with sttiblo and carrlnge
house, nice garden and shade trees. Must bo
sold at once. Piicu$2000. W.K.Hilton,
208 W. llosuton st.
For Kale for Less than Cost.
A line liquor saloon. Inquire of
W. K. Hilton,
203 W. Houston St.
Tho very latest lu eolored-bordored handker
chiefs and neckwear ut Cohan & Ivoonlgholm's
fjoa nnd ull Main plaza, 6-11-tf
season. Youths' and boys' clothing, shirts and
woar, nnd Just rocclved n full lino of FINE
raris aim ucuovn, 1 can repair uny compncaicu
7-7 3 m
"asBl vfl Eimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiih
Audran's popular opera, by San Antonio
Wednesday, July 18, 1883.
LOltENZO XVII, Mr. Howard C. Cooko
HOCCO, a farmer Mr. J. K. Hurrold
i'llKIHIItlCli, Prineoor Pisa, Mr. Itoti't. lleoker
PIPO, a shoi.liord Mr. W. (1. Tobln, ,Ir
PAKAKANTK, Sergeant Mr..!. W. Tobln
MTIIBO, Inn keepiir Mr. .lulin Cressoa
IIUrriNA, tho Mascot Miss Hortlo Jones
KIAMIHTA Miss Helena Jonea
Actl. Sccnont Vintiigc Feast. Act 2. Itocep
tlon Unoiu In Pulacoot Lorenzo XVII. Aet3.
Court Yard of an Italian Inn.
Full Orchestra and Chorus, Splen
Orchestral parts arranged by Frank A. Hall,
Leader Hlghth Cavalry band.
Oenenil admission 50 cent", reserved seats 75
cents. HcEorvud seats for salo nt ltlscho's.
On Septomber 1 wo' shall rouiovo- to the '
Now Ilulldlng, corner Comtncrco and Navarro
streets, und provlous to our romovnl wo offer
our UNTIUK STOCK of Dry Goods, Hosiery
and Notions nt strlotly cost. .These uro bar
gains for ovoryono.
A. Bluml Koenigsberger,
248 Commorco Street,