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The San Antonio Light.
TUtmSDAY. JULY 10. 1883.
MKS. L. H. MOSS,
'THE LADIES' SHOE STOKE."
420 Knnt lloiitnn Street (Cor. Alamo
Plaza), San Antonio, Texas.
Ladies' illissps' Childrcns' Shoes
Exclusively. Ladles only In charge. Every
lady can b" guamntuod tin omy, tile? nnd per
fect fitting shoe.
Mexican Wiitu Coolers.
HefrUorators, Watr Colors,
Wutsr Flltors, loo-cream Kreozcrs.
llnthlnir Aparatus, and Flower Pots,
Fly Traps, Hlrd Cages,
llamniocVs, Croquet Sots,
Lawn Tennis, Lunch Haskcts,
Patent llntter Chums,
Oil Stoves, Furnaces,
Washing Machines, Mangles.
Flutinir Machines, Agato Ware,
Mmon's Fruit Jars,
Crockery and fllassware,
llonso Furnishing Hoods,
Wood'n and Wlllowwnre,
Cheap 1 Cheap ! Cheap 1 Cheap !
At WAGNER'S BAZAAR.
Win u Fortune
In the August Hrnwlngxif the Louisiana lottery.
Capital prize, $i.i,0UO. Tickets at Situ Hart's
A Valuable AmtUtaiit
Mr. W. E. Hose, an old member of th Volks
fest committee In Umaha, Is going to uld the
local Volksfmt committee. Mr. Hnso was re
markably successful In Omaha and succeeded
lu raising $2250 In Omaha during one weok.
Albert Wels, leuvlng team alono, $3; Sarah
League, vagrancy, $."; Mary Clark, vagrancy,
$.'; K. 'Lopez, drunk, $.": Frank Thegnoy, drunk,
V; Fred Nlckle, leaving team alone. $2: Augus
tus Dawberry, tlglitlug, $3: J. w. Newlund,
In acoordanco with the new pension law,
pensioners uru required to adduoo proof that
they are living, and yesterday ltefuglo Espurza
Gallardn, Julian Contl, Dolorn Ortiz do Uarcla,
IS. II. Tlmmony, Susana Williams, Toodoru
Itodrigucz Chacon and Francisco Valdcz fur
nished thn required proof by appearing In the
County court yesterday.
Mrs. Lena Schobe was again fa trouble this
morning. She complained to a police officer
that hor husband threatens to put her under a
peace bond bocuiisa sho will not cuhubit with
him. Schobe Is already under a pence bond,
and Mrs. Schobo was advised to let her hus
band taku what courso ho pleased.
Another curious case occurred last night at a
chllo con caru stand on tho Military plaza. A
colored man Darned Simmons was sitting dawn
at the stand enjoying the Mexican dish, whon
two visiting lawyers came up and said they
wero not going to sit beside a nlggor.
Simmons resented this Insult, saying he was no
nigger, but a respectable citizen. The lawyers
Lad the colored man arrested for being disor
derly and bo was lined J25.
The former book-keeper of a large and well
known establishment of this city Is auout to
take proceedings against Its owner and mana
ger. It appoars a bell boy was sent out to
change a $20 gold piece by tho book-keoper.
The boy never returned and tho blame was
laid on the clerk, who loft his nlncu In disgust,
und will soon sue his late employer tor wages,
It is said, he has not yet received.
The first hour aftor tho opening exercises
was given to u lecture on English by Professor
llote, the second hour on inothods of teaching
inuslo In schools by Professor Harbour, the
third hour to botany by the young academician
John P. Koto. Much Interest wus manifested
lu all the exercises. To-morrow at 10 o'clock
lias boon set apart for a lecture by Professor
note onoi'i ann new mcinous or instruction,
L. Moke, lumber shed for washing, 0x13, west
side Pressa street, SIM.
Mrs. E. A. Btribllng, lumber repair to dwell
lag 20x18, north side Pecan street, $150.
Mrs. K. A. Stribllng, lumber addition to
dwelling, 28x25, north side Pecan street, 200.
Ed Grpnot, luaiberdwolllng,21x03,nortbwest
nf Oakland street. SlftJO.
Mary L. Hums, lumber addition to dwelling,
4.1x44, corner of San Saba anil Monterey streets
J. Hatch, lumber dwelling, 18x22, east Bldo
Mosquito street, $ 400.
If. Carter, Iron clad addition to dwelling,
13x12, n nth sldo Ilium street, Jirl,
J. Zellweger, lumber stab'e, 18x12, east side
Snlcdad street, $75.
II. Johnson, rock dwelling, 11x38, south side
Sixth street, $500.
A. Oivn, lumber addition, gallery and
stable, 21x19, south side East Commerce street,
Mrs. J. 0 flacon, liiiulHrdwellIng,G.1x30wost
s'do Jackson street, $1200.
Mrs. I). Paschal, lumber dwelling, 30x30,
north (Ida Elmlra street, $1500,
Items Glennrd lu the Hotel Corridors and
Various Other "ources.
Captain T. L. Oglcsbj Is in town.
John S. Kwlug, n merchant or llrcnham, Is at
J. Vlnlnu. shcenman of Kerr county, Is so
journing at the Central.
Mrr. V. W. mid O. V. Illssol . from Austin,
are guests at the Mcngcr.
C. It. lthemlnsll, a well known citizen of
Paris, Is ii guest tittho Ccuttal.
E. C. Sugg, a prominent oa ttle man of Onluso
borough, Texas, Is on a visit here.
n T, Klnir. rnnohero of Gonzales colllltv. Is
making hlslieadiiuartcrsnt tho Central.
Judge Gnldthwaltu it prominent und well
known citizen of Houston, Is In tho city.
Mr. rtnreniii Iterslilierir. of (lalveston. Is on
a visit to his friends anil relatives In this city.
Mr. Aim Stplnhpnr. thn ineruhant mince of
Hockdalc, Is looking up some frlonds In San
Mr. IV. t.. flhnw. rlerk for Mn lor J. S. Hoonh.
and son of our fellow-townsman, Dr. Chow, Is
at tho Mcngcr.
Mr P H. Hurst, rcpiesentlng tho well known
firm of llounlellios.. Louisville. Kentucky, has
arrived In this city.
Hoys, savo your dimes and spend your
nickels at Sim Hart's. Cigarettes 5 cents a
package and good as tho Lett.
Justice Adam yesterday united V. II.
Schruni and Miss 11. llcagles.
Tho Hickory club serenaded Mr. Nathan
jestcrday, It being his 48th birthday
- Three cases wero dUuilsacd la thn Recor
der's court this morning and ouo continued
-Mr. Sam C. Dennett ha bought Mr.
(Irolscn's property on .Market street for $15,000.
Mr. r.n 1 Iniilon proposes to build a $10,000
livery stabloou Market street for Mess's. Shaw
-Tho International train was unusually lato
last night. It did not arrive until nearly 12
Old man Chrysler again appeared In the
Itceonler'B court and was lined $3 for being
-Mr. W. D. W'allaco has been appointed Dis
trict Attorney In place of Pliicknay Jonas,
Mr. Toby Hart and a narty of excursionists
from Now Orleans are expected here on tho
In the Recorder's court this morning An
Irew Hill wus flnod 325 for carrying and con
cealing it razor.
Mr. H. Slncr, clothes dcnlnr on Military
plaza. Is about to rcmoto to Lullng, where ho
will enlarge his buslnem.
Tho Hoard of Equalization met this tnorn
Inr and continued their labors, adding mate
rially to tho assessment role.
Concho county Is said to bo loiklcg beauti
ful. Uroat numbers of peoplo uro dally locat
ing there and everybody Is prosperous.
Leo Horn, tho Chinaman on Commercu
direct, was urrestcd this morning by OUlcor
lllshop for furious driving and fined $10.
The Limir ronorU'r was In formed that the
San Autnnio Iloso Hall club play for amuse
ment und pleasure, not with a vlow to milking
or losing money.
A family In tho vlolnity or Water and Husk
streets woke the surrounding Inhabitants by
screams, cries and oaths. It Is hoped tho police
will take a stroll down that way.
To-morrow will bo a big day In tho Ito
corder's court, Judging from the number of
arrests already mailt) Tho I ioht reporter
saw llvu arrests, one after the other.
Information from Ilrackctt shows that
Philip Palmer's residence) has been burglarized
tint all they got was souu lino clothing bcl n ic
ing to thd gallant sun ot Erin mid u guest.
-J.8. frow and wife, N. A. Kdens, 11. II.
Udens, W. W. Sprout, Margaret Sproul, J. E.
Andeison, Lueluda K Anderson, ha vo sold all
rights and Interests In 41 aci es lu Hoxar coun
ty, on the Clholo creek, to Haulster Edciis for
the sum ot $"00.
UOWMYISM ON ALAMO PLAZA.
How Four Young llloods Set on One Man
and Abused llliu.
On Tuesday night Mr. Adolph Doucchsnip
was lu Lerlch's saloon with two ladles, tho
houso being at that time closed, when four
J oung men, named It. Mlschcll, C. Mlsoholl, C.
Hanuaway and C. Walker, kuooked violently
at tho door. Denocbamp wont to the door to
tell them to create no disturbance, when sev
eral of thn men set nu to hliuand used him
roughly. Tho two Mischeln nnd Hnnnaway
were arrested yesterday and brought liofore
the Recorder this morning. Tho MUchells
wero each fined $10, but Haunaway was dis
charged, thcro being no proof that ho took any
part In the disturbance. Walker has not yet
LouUInua Lottery Tickets
For sulo only nt Sim Hart's cigar store, Main
The following deaths were recorded to-day:
Ponciano Marquez, aged 40 years, died to
day from disease of the heart in the First ward.
Juanita Flores, aged 56 years, died yester
day in the First ward of heart disease.
Strike of Operators.
The Union Brotherhood of Telegraphic
Operators are on a strike at Galveston, Hous
ton and most of the principal towns and cities
in the State. It is hoped the public will not
take umbrage at any slight delays. All tele
grams will be forwarded as soon as possible,
A UOOD MOVEMENT.
Dollar Subscription lleiug liaised to Sup
port a Cosmopolitan Life Boat
A movement is on foot among the British
born residents of Texas to secure funds for
the Royal National Life Boat institution of
London. Mr. Robert Amos, of the Texas
Express company, Dallas, is the leader of the
movement, and about $100 has already been
secured. Each subsctiber donates $1 no
more, no less, and the whole sum collected
will be used to put another life boat on the
English coast. A local committee, consisting
of Messrs. Kyder-Taylor, Chairman ; R C.
Symington and John Norcross has been
formed to receive the San Antonio subscrip
tion, and those who desire to contribute are
requested to address the Chairman Life
Hoat Fund Committee, PobtolTice Box 545,
The' Royal National Lile Hoat institution is
cosmopolitan in its action, and the following
extract from the last report shows the excel
lent work this society is doing :
The Royal National Lifeboat Institute n last
year saved, by means of its boats, 110 less than
884 poor fellows, who otherwise would have
perished. Since the last report nine new life
boats have been provided, and the number of
lileboats now under the institution is 373.
The total number of lifeboat launches during
the year, 231; lives saved, 741; and vessels
saved, 23 were saved from shipwreck by
shoreboats and other means, which had re
ceived rewards from the Institution, making
the total 0(884 lives rescued last year. The
number of lives saved during the 59 years
from the establishment or the Institution to
the end of the year 1883, either by its life
boats or by special exertions for
which it hat granted rewards, Is
29,608. Every onet must feel that
the saving of so many thousand lives from
drowning shows the absolute necessityof main
taining and extending the benevolent work of
the National Lifeboat Institution, which has
thus been productive of such noble results.
Unfortunately the brave services of the life
boat crews during the past year have not been
performed without loss of life. Three fatal
accidents occurred, resulting in the loss alto-
f;ethr of six lives. Each ol those poor men
elt a widow and children unprovided for, but
the committee granted to each widow the sum
ol $t,coo, or $6,000 in all, towards the local
subscriptions raised In behalf of the widows
and orphans. Last year 11 silver medals and
claps, 19 votes ol thanks inscribed on vellum
and nearly $16,000 were granted as rewards
for saving lives. Since the establishment of
the institution it lias vo'ed 96 gold medals,
962 silver medals and $374,000 in pecuniary
rewards for saving life from shipwreck. Dur
ing the year 1882 the receipts of the institu
tion, in donations, subscriptions and dividends
amounted to $225,585. The expenditure was
$183 830 Mr Charles Dibbin, F. R. G. S.,
is the able secretary of this institution.
The Cincinnati Commercial says : "There
is a very kindly feeling throughout the country
j'ust now toward President Arthur. lie has
conquered the prejudices of many people and
earned the respect of the average American
citizen. Now, ii he succeeds in harmonizing
the Republicans ol New York, and by rising
above faction he is in good shape to do it, the
political future may be fruitful for him."
Hay Press For Sale.
A Dedrick hsy press, nlmost now, with or
without horso power. Apply to
IIAMIII.KTON & DlONOWITV,
licit Veraracndl St., adjoining Antou Adam's.
Foiisai.r: A lot of old Government har
ness nt A. Ynrga's, corner of Main plaza and
Market street. 7-10 .It.
Hay For Sale.
150 bales line hay at 30 cents cr bale. 3t.
Friday night will be the- lust night of tho per
formance of Mascotto. it.
Lust, 110 Howard.
Flvo miles on tho Unerne road, mo sorrel
stallion, no brand, about UW hands high,
henvv muln und tall, thrco white legs, ago 12,
t raveling gato puco.
The above roward will bo given by Irnvlng
tho same ut Carter Sc Mullaly's stublo. Alamo
House for Kent.
No 8 Pcciin street. Inquire ut this ofllco.
Maps of tlio City of Sun Antonio.
Tho most compluto ever issued.
In sheets $1 CO
I'oekctbook form 1 25
Mounted ., 1 x,
On rollers 1 75
1 wlc. For sulo by Nio Tenihi.
C. G. Parker, formerly with Thompson
& Austin, lew 0ened 11 first-class barber shop
opposlto Hord hotel olllco on l)cllur'sas street,
whore bo will bo nloasod town all his li-lcnds
nnd customers. Mr. Parker Is too well known to
need any recommendation us u llrst-elasa bar
Farm for Halo.
Two hundred nnd forty (flO) acres choice
laud, about eight miles from town, with Im
provements und iibundimt wuier. Inquire of
JOII.V It. I'OI'lMa.M),
7-18-2t No. 250 Commercu street.
Ouo Lot 500 Ewos.
" COO "
" " 1200 "
" " 1800 Ewes and Lnmbs.
" " SO00 Ewes and Wethers.
" " 5500 Sheep with Icueo of Itiincho.
" " 7000 Sheep with leuiio of luiucho.
CI I A HOT, MOSS X CO.
WOOL COMMISSION HOUS15.
Wo aro prepared to rocolvo Wool on consign
ment, muklng Llborul Advancements on sumo.
CHAHOT, MOSS & CO.,
4-11-tf San Antonio, Texas.
Cohen & Koenlghelm
Exhibit tho II nest lino of bolbrlggnn and Halo
Of their own Importation. 5-H-tf
City Drug Store.
Elliott Jfc Hagland, No. 8 East Commerce street.
Stock entorcly now and trosh. Tho ladles 1110
respectfully Invited to call and examine our
stock of toilet articles, porfumory, soapr,
combs and brushes In great variety, at lowest
prices. Prescriptions a specialty. Oerimiu
nnd Spanish spoken. 7-2-lm
Pieco goods by tho suitor yard lor spring.
IMNfOAHT & Son.
Sovoral ln'go pleasant furnished rooms nt318
Houston siroet. 7-17-Ut
A good nurso for smnll children. Inoulro at
on viccijuiu street. 7-17-Ut
Cheap for Cash.
A desirable city block near tho Sun Podro
epriugB, or mis 1111 inn vcniio. Apply to
W. E. IIn,TON,208 West Houston st
-Try that erub upplo older, a fiekli arrival, at
iiim.ii) uiuturjr siuru, un lummcreu street.
7-18-2t E. AniuiiAua.
Dono bv Muury 4 Co. Is guaranteed for a year,
and does nut need repairing every week, bo-
i-uiiso 11 is uunu wen. -i.iu.tr
New goods nt Pailcoast Sc Son's for spring
Tho tlnest lino of plcco goods for tho spring
and summer to bo found In tho Statu ut
I'ancoaht Sc Bon.
You Will Find""
...i.,. i.i svuv s Uliliguiiwsuuus irillD U1G
f le iipest to tho llncst at Cohen Sc Koenlgholiu's,
Main plaza, 5-ll-tf
J. JOSKE & SONS
llcspcctfully announce to tholr customers nnd tho trade generally that
tholr assortment of
Is complete, nnd will bo kept so Hire ugh tho season. Youths' nud boys' clothing, shirts and
shirt waists, In groat variety. Wo nro enlarging constantly our shoo depart
ment, nnd havo at present tho best assortment of
CEfFor ladles, misses, chlldton nnd gontlomou's
285 Commerce streot, San Antonio, near Main
plaza, makes a specialty of tho very finest
"Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
Repeaters, striking hours and quarters; repeaters, striking hours, quurtors, mlmilcs: colohrntcd
Adolnh Schnoldor and Howard watches; chronographs, marking tilth second; calendar watches,
showing tho month, day of the monte, day of tbo week, and chiiugo of tho moon. Watches for
engineers, train hands, yard men, stockmen, ranchmen, In gold, silver and nl jklo of every des
cription. Tho watch repairing department being under my personal supervision, nud ns I havo
worked In tho best establishments In Ixmdon, Paris nud Uciiovn, 1 can repair nny complicated
watch thoroughly. 7-7-3 m
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
COMJIEIll'ii STIIEET, SAN ANTONIO, TEX IS,
SOLK AGENTS fovtho OEIjEBRAT-ED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER,
DRAUGHT AM) DOUIJLE EXPORT MOTTLED.
t35Thls Hoor Is inudo from tho host Ingredients, und wurnintod frco from any obnoxious
ES IMC 23 JEL 3 O IKT 9 JSJ
uiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiiiiuii: MJfiffi' iCv
Patent Pole Tip i Neck Yoke Clamp
No. 12, Solcilnd Stroot, San Antonio, Toxas.
Cutlfornlrt Claroton Drmigtit,
California Sherry Wlno,
ii fresh arrival at tho City Orocory 8tore,!.Ufl
Coinmcrco street. 11 Aiiuaiiajih.
Deslrublo Houses uud I-ots for Safe.
Now eottniro with two corner lots, very
Iliindsomo cottago on Avenuo CntSlI'OO.
Nlco now houso on corner lot ut $i.M(XI.
Hock cnttugo on Avenuo I! at S00.
HcvpitI new cottages near Mllara siuaru
from $10(11) upward.
City lots from $75 upward.
Apply to W. K. Hito.v,
208 W. Houston street.
Down to tlio Very llottoin.
Wolfson Is selling furnlturo at bottom prices,
from thn commonest to tho tlnest iiiauufiic
turcd. Every housoVeopor should avail them
selves of tho opportunity of titling up u houso
at n smull cost. Parlor sots, bed room sets,
tables, chairs, wardrobes, EtifcK, lounges, mut
tresses. curtain goods, d'tmiisks, table cloths,
napkins, bedspreads, of every vurlety. Mr.
Wolfson has accommodating clerks, who will
taku pleasure In Bhowlng you through till lui
tnenso establishment. Wolfson ulso has a com
plutollnoof carpets nnd mattings, of tho best
inuke, nud olferud ut low figures. 7-ll-"t
A fresh supply of Mumm's Extt'n Dry nnd Dry
Ver.enny Chumpagnes at thn city Orncery
Store, UU Coiumorcu street. E. Aiihaiiasih.
Furnished house'for runt during tlin summer
mouths, No. 27 Matagorda street. Inoulin of
Muh. 0. A. .W1M.S.
City Troperty For Hale.
I havo for sulo several cottago houses nnd
lots. On account of my leaving tho city, will
soil cheap, call on 1. N. Peterson, or Ilreiieiuan
ic Horgstrom, Attorneys Soledad sticct.
In cndloss vnrloty and all tho latest stylos you
cau find at Cohen Sc Koenlghcliu's, 8UU and all
Main plazu. 5-H-tf
-Call at tho City Orocory Store. 200 Coin
mcrco streot, for bargains In groceries, wines,
and liquors. E. Aiiiiaiiams. '
A first class book canvassor for n now locul
work Is wanted at this olllco. 7-10-tf.
Hock House for Halo nt at Ilarcnln.
In Third ward, with stablo uud cnrrlaga
house, nlco garden and shado trees. Must bo
sold at once. Prlco $2000. W. E. Hilton,
203 W. Ilosuton st.
For Sale for I.eas tlinil Cost,
A fine liquor saloon. Iniiulra of
W. R. Hir.TON,
20J Wllouston st.
The very latest in eolorod-bordorod handker
chiefs ntu! neckwear nt Cohen & Koonlgholm's
309 and Ull Main iilaza. 6-li-tf
After I.oue Trial
Wo find that tho Continental ink nnd mucllago
gives general satisfaction. Novcrlmd a com
plaint. Everything In stntlonory line at
5-7-lm UALuvfiN'B, 267 Conimorcu 8t,
woar, nnd Just received a full lino of KINK
Smiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiu mm m
I Litfht Draft!
On September 1 wo shall removo to tho
Now Hulldlng, corner Commcrco und Navarro
streets, und previous to our removal we offor
our ENTIRE STOCK of Dry Goods, Hosiery
nnd Notions nt strictly cost. These are bur
gains for everyone. , ,
A. Blum! Koenigsberger,
248 Commcrco Streot.
CARTER & MULLALY,
Funerals Furnished With Uvery Jtequlslto.
Swclal Httontlon glvon to forwarding bodies
to ull parts of tho United Stntes. Telephone
connontlon. Calls attended day and night.
G. W. CHRISTIAN,
Pliysician and Surgeon,
Sure to l'leaso.
Mr. )yolfson say ho la contldont ho onn
please tho tusto of thu most fastidious
t'ifiL ,tli,0in V1 """olal '"vltiillou to ml i, na
too ills goods boforo pitrchaslng. 7-ia-2t
Now spring clothing and haw Just in.