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The San Antonio Light.
TUlallAV, AUGUST XI, ISM.
litis Space Is Reserved For
COHEN & K0EN1G1IEIM,
Who will rcerlro lliclr first consignment
of NEW aOODS for tlio fall ami winter trado
not week. MIA
Lake Ice i cent
Per Found In Any Quantity, by
Water In Knrliint.
A splendid vein of fine water has been
struck at Encinal and a fjood supply obtained,
although at the present time the artesian ar
rangement Is not yet Used.
Threatening- lilt W ile.
Thomas Smith, who resides near Caliaghan's
pasture, was arrested this morning for threat
ening to murder his wife, Mary Smith, and
placed under a $300 bond to Veep the peace.
As he could not give the required bond he
now rusticates in jail.
The Trunk f'otlnil.
Policeman Galan yesterday lound a trunk at
the rear of 101. It was broken open and the
contents rummaged. It has since been claim
ed as stolen on Sunday night, but nothing is
reported to be missing. II this be the case
the thief has had all his trouble for nothing.
Troop U, Oghth cavalry, Is hereby trans
ferred from Fort Clark to the post of San An
tonio, Texas. The troop will march to its
new station, after the arrival of the garrison
of Fort Duncan, using the transportation or
dered from the latter post to the Ssn Antonio
A man named Marshall was arrested this
morning for stealing a horse from Wilson &
Austin on Main plaza. lie borrowed the
horse last night for a trial but forgot to come
back until this morning, when he returned
the horse in the stable. In the mean lime
the officers were after him, and he was arrested.
More Useless Trouble.
Ilarloll Gonzales stole Robert Winn's
wagon sheet, and when brought before Justice
Adam pleaded guilty. In default of bail, he
went to jiil. Summary jurisdiction for the
justices would have allowed the matter to
have been settled without further trouble and
expense to the State or the prisoner.
The brothers of J. M. Chaves, city officer,
a short time ago, while at the Springs, on a
plea'ure trip, discovered a quail's nest, with
four or five eggs In it. They took the eggs home
and put them on a chest of drawers; curious
to say this morning the sister of Officer
Chaves heard a squeaking noise and there on
ihe chest was one of the eggs hatched.
There is a young Englishman in jail for
horse stealing and wants to be released on
bond. A well known saloon keeper has gen
erously offered to go his bond, but the pris
oner's brother, who is blessed with the world's
goods, refuses to join him. Popular feeling
is decidedly against the brother's conduct.
Who Wants u Hoy?
An 8-year-old boy named Volt is now
with the County Judge. His parents died
here a few months ago, and he has no friends
here to help him. The J udge wants some per-
son to take him. Hd is a useful, Intelligent
boy, who can be made of considerable service
to any charitable person who will receive and
care for him.
The Smith Disturbance Case.
In the case of Mr. Smith, for disturbing the
peace, tried by jury this morning, Dr. J. B.
Chess gave the following evidence: "I was
disturbed about 7 o'clock by blows, shrieks
and screams, which noises continued up to
10 o'clock at night, also heard Mr. Smith
call his wife names not fit for publication. I
was ill and this kind of disturbance was in
jurious." Mrs. Chess gave the same evidence,
and the jury found the defendant guilty, and
fined him $5.
They Were Not Iliad.
Mrs. II. D. Salliway called at the Light
office this morning and denied that she, her
father or her brother, had used the language
Imputed to therr when they heard the news
of Mr. II. 13. Salliway's supposed suicide.
She also states that Mr. Salliway is a good
husband, and an excellent provider for his
family. The article was based upon the In
formation of Mr. F. A. Ryder, or Kleder, the
person who conveyed the news of the sup
posed suicide to the Salliway family, but, of
course, the Light gladly does Mrs. Salliway
the justice of publishing her statement.
What the Itrporteri Learn on Their Tour
Through the City.
Ob, what gall some mortals have)
Dr. A. IlerlT amputated the leg of a little
The short run from San Antonio to Austin
Is to be extended to Ilearne.
I'rofenor Minor lectures on the stars to
night at the First Daplist church.
J. II. Holt has rented Schroeder's barber
shop on East Commerce street.
San Antonio has 18 deaths recorded last
week whereas Austin has only four.
Six cases were dismissed this morning in
the Recorder'! court and seven continued.
The Sunday law Is to be strictly enforced
at Del Rto, and the saloon men are naturally
Mr. Joe Cast was married to Miss Agnes
Lasslng at St. Joseph's Catholic church this
Madame Candelaria keeps a stand on
Military plaza. She would like her old friends
to give her a call.
George Micheau Is the name of the msn
who was drunk and down yesterday, not
Mlchau, as was staled.
Mr. Alonzo Millett has brought a very
fine horse to San Antonio for Mr. J. S.
Landry, the ticket agent. 1
Why don't the Greenbackers and Demo
crats declare their combination to secure the
new judgeship for Homan ?
A spider arrested the tony policeman,
Bishop, by biting his hand, and that efficient
officer Is now incapaclated for duty.
There are S5 prisoners In the county Jsil
and it Is only made to accommodate Sr.
Eighty-four of the prisoners are of the male
There will be a meeting of the Atlantic
Base Ball club at Emit Wlesenberg's saloon
to night at 8 o'clock. All members are re
quested to attend.
Mr. C. Drinn has been sworn in as
special constable to serve on the city police
force while Police Officer Andreas Brown is
absent on vacation.
Officer Chadwell arrested a discharged
soldier this morning who was drunk and down.
One hundred and eleven dollars and a watch
were found on his person.
The relative of Torres, who died frost
cholera morbus, and whose clothes were de
stroyed by order of the City Physician, wants .
the city to pay the value of the clothes.
Archie Chevalier has had the degree of
Bachelor of Arts conferred upon him by his
Alma Mater. His letters must In future be
addressed A. S. Chevalier, Esq., B. A.
The raffle for the two shot-guns, rifle and
pistol, at. Scholz's saloon, will take place to
night between 8 and 9 o'clock. All those
having chances are requested to be present.
John Campbell, who was before the Re
corder on a charge of careless driving, was let
off on a promise made by him to pay for the
damages done to a wagon with which he
Mr. Dtmpsky callrd at the Light office
this morning and says that he did not break
Into his landlady's room and abuse her. In
fact he considers that he Is the aggrieved
Professor Orslno, the well known sleight
of hand perlormer, has purchased the beer
saloon of Simmang Brothers on Commerce
street, near Military plaza. Be sure and give
him a call.
Antonio Rivas purchased a pair of fine
mules from ihe city pound and sent them to
his pasture. They are now missing, and it is
supposed that the owner has claimed them
without paying pound fees.
E" P. Claudon requests the LlQllT to
state that the gentleman from Texas who in
formed the Chicago paper that he was the
main opponent to the reward for Polk's
arrest being paid to any one, Is, to say the
least, In error. Colonel Claudon has nothing
to do with the matter, and It Is immaterial to
him who gets the reward.
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
l'rom Various Other Sources.
Mr. E. W. Swindells, of Austin, is visiting
J. C. Wells, ranchero of Frio county, is at
Captain G. II. Policy, of Floresville, is a
guest at the Menger hotel.
Judge B. F. Ballard, or Floresville, Is so
journing at the Central.
Mrs. Josephine Kingsley has returned from
her summer trip to the North.
J. M. Clark, a prominent citizen of Corpus
Christl, is domiciled at the Central.
W. M. Lewis, an extensive woolgrower or
Uvalde county, Is staying at the Central.
A. G. Thomas, hotel proprietor of Flores
ville, and wife, are guests at the Central.
William G, Reid, accompanied by his wife,
from Sabinas, Mexico, are at the Menger.
Mr. Frank Dellymel, Justice of the Peace
for Medina county, is in the city on business.
T. B. Johnson, Esq., Business Manager of
the Light, left last night for a flying trip to
Andres Trevino, member of the Mexican
Congress, Matamoros, is registered at the
A. C. Tetri, ol the Texas Tost, Galveston,
is In the city In the Interest of that most ex
cellent German paper, and the Light was
pleased to meet him.
Daniel Milmo, from Laredo, the cashier of
the Milmo National Bank, and who, together
with his brother, Don Patricio Milmo, ovjj)
branch banks In nearly every town of any
consequence in Mexico, is at the Menger.
David M. Clarkson, the proprietor of the
Star ranch, Kinney county, arrived last night
from New York, accompanied by his son,
David M. Clarkson, Jr., who has been spend
ing a lew weeks North, with his relatives, this
being his first recreation durlnc six years.
E. B. Bronson, Tecos River, Texas: I. T.
Dlckerson, Albany, Ga.j 0. B. George, Pleas-
anton, Texas; E. E. Quails and wife, Miss A.
Peck, Miss A. Quails, J. B. Wells and wife,
Gonzales, Texas; Mrs. E. A. Glascow,
Luling, Texas; J. W. Flournoy, Beevllle,
Texas; Mrs. Stanly, Dallas: A. P. Cook. T. H.
Barrett, Austin Texas, are registered at the
Main Plaza, San Antonio, Tex.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT.
Tho Itcttirns Tor the County Election Are
Ojicncd nnd Declared.
. The County Commissioners met this morn
ing and the minutes were then read. The
Commissioners then proceeded to open the
ballot boxes for the amendment elections, and
the county vote was declared as follows:
l'or Section 4 Article 7 ?. 17
Against Section! Artlclo 7 1SU
For Section 0 Article 7 316
Against Section il Article? !"
l or Section 0 ArtlcloS W
Against Section II Articles 101
For Section :i Article 7 tU
Against Section 3 Article 7 101
For Article S ua
Against Articles . 70
No returns were received from Precincts 5,
6, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 25, no election
being held there.
It was ordered that the County Treasurer
be allowed 1 per cent, for receiving and pay
ing out school moneys, and that the County
Judge be allowed $170 50 for services in
school matters for 1SSJ-4; $150 payable Sep
tember 1, iSSj, and the balance on the 1st
of September, 18S4. It was also ordered that
'where three election judges had officiated in
place of two, as required by law, the fees be
only allowed to the first two who had signed
the election returns.
The court then adjourned till the second
Monday In September.,
How They Did It.
They walked into Justice Adam's office this
morning. There were two ladies and two
gentlemen. One lady had a sprig of Orange
blossom on her breast. One gentleman wore
a while tie. The two stood up. Justice Adam
said a few words in German and the couple re
sponded, "Vah." Then the Justice declared
that Christian Backhaus and Susana Finck
were man nnd wife. Christian hugged
Susana, and they then went on their way re
They Unto Come
And can bo seen at 21 Soledad street. Watches,
Jowclry and diamonds to bo sold at auction by
Unstick & rtewton. Kvcrytulng guaranteed as
represented, and SJ0.OU0 worth to bo actually
closed out. 8 20-tr
Imitortaut to Men.
ivlng opened a first-class barber RhonoDoo-
slto tlio l'ostolllcc. In Sommers tc Uehllnger's
old stand, where f intend to employ only Mrt
clasa artists, I tuko pleasure In inciting all my
friends and old customers to call uud see me,
and 1 guuranteo satisfaction.
o Si-lm TONY 5IESSMKH.
TnkeXotlcul Tnlte Noticed
Prof. Orsluo has nurchaod tho beer saloon
of Solrnmang llroa., on Commcrco street, ncur
Military piuza, wbero 110 keeps ci.il peer, leui
onnilc and soda water. Free lunch everyday
at 10 o'clock. Anyono wanting to li-urn any of
his sleight of imnd tricks will ho taught tree
of charge. nyi-Im
About time to think or getting your fall am
winter clothing In rcadlnetis for a sudden
change In tuu weather, which Is llablo to occur
at any time. You may bavo soino garments
that could ha inuile servlueablo for some tlino
yot by a Uttlo renovating. Get them scoured,
cleaned, dyed and tlioy will look us well as new.
Caen' French dyeing and scouring establish
ment, on Casino street, Is tho only place that
can bo relied upon to do this work fn a very
superior manner. ti-l,-3m
Notice to Contractors,
Mayou'h Ofeick, August 20, 1883.
lllds will bo received at tho olllco of Messrs.
Wahrcnbcrger St lleckmann, architects. No. 10
Yturrl street, until tho 24th Instant for the
building of a Hook and Ladder houso on
Avenue u. nans ana speculations to bo set
at their olllco. J. 11, Khkkch,
New llargalns In City Property,
Hock house of eight rooms and kitchen out-
biuo, wnn iwo mrge corner ion, on Acequia
New cottage, four rooms, celled Inside and
In good order, large lot and stable, on Leon a
New cot t it ire
water, for J 1 0U0. worth $.250.
New cottages on Avenues C and II for sale at
less than cost of building,
New coHage, four rooms, nicely finished. Just
back of a unset depot, and chicken house, 91A0U.
New re nil roomed cottago and lot on Ban
Hock house' and lot on Vllllta street, near
Hock bouso and lot, threo rooms and kitchen,
only rart cash.
Twelve lota on Run Pmlrn nvonnn Mmon
Houses and property In all parts ot tho city.
15. HILTON, 209 West Houston street.
lly J. W llradley, Land Agent.
Hock house on Alamo street. Ten rooms,
sttibles and carriage room. Lot CO by 230 feet.
Vacant lot, ft) by i5 varas, on I'reM street.
Encloeod, good plank fence, good welt water,
Five nice cottages on and near Avenue. C,
with modern conveniences, ottered for less
large cistern, stables, Ac., on four largo lots, at
a great bargain on Hun Pedro nvenuo.
ieven room cottage on Kan Vcdro avenue,
r room cottage ono block from Bau Pedro
Nice new cottage, elegantly furnished, 7
rooms, ono block irom tSan Pedro avenue,
en room cmgigo on camaen street, i,ijuu.
Improved farms, dairy farms, ranch proper-
mi live siock, largo bodies or la
.yuu ,'Hj uiif ia to per ceni. rcnuii.
New mittHim with fhrvn ilealmhtn ttm. nnn
block from West Commerce street. Offered at
Ten acres or land fronting south on street
car line, tho lino beginning at o Ulcers quarters
running west across Alamo ditch. Apply to
ood l'rult Stand
For Biilo cheap. Address, Iluslness, this ofllce.
Huso Hull Hop.
Tho Sunset Haw) Hall club will glvo their first
.Mufilnwlll lift fnriil.knil hv thn inllltnrv hnd!
Tickets U m 0-20-td
high, branded' on tho left shoulder with halt
circle above. Is now at Carter St Mutla
ly s stable, owner can have same by proving
proinTty and paving feed bill. tui3-t
Wo wish to Inform tho nubile that Sir. It. K.
O'ttonoghuo Is no longer in our employ.
U')t A. Pancoabt & fON.
Hoveral new rnttflirnA. four rfiomd paeli. nml
gallery.. Water In kitchen. Favorable terms
A fruit fttnt-p. with a thron vrniV Ipaap.
Terms reasonable. Apply at 431 Austin street,
Bmall cottas-e near San Pedro snrlnirs. In
quire at WUlcy's on Evergreen stroet. 20 2t
A lturo 1 tarsal it
Is offered In thistnro houso and lot, with or
without goods, at No.llSsouth side Kast Ala
meda street. Lot 48x173 feet, sort rock houso
with hard rock front. Btoro 20x50 feet. A
good welt of water, a flno buniness locality.
(ppiy 10 11AMIII.ETON sV lMONOWITV,
b-17-flt No. 10 Veramendl street.
At Mrs. V. C. Paechal's, 230 Crockett street.
Worthy or Attention.
Tor tho belt of custom made boots nnd
shoes go to the now stnro of Martin, next door
10 iNctto s drug store, sji uomincrco street.
News, Hooks, Stationery nnd Varieties.
Full suoulv of olHce stationery, printers'
suppllos, 6iO,t ciOV' I,,AL1,WIN & Co
Messrs. Vail & DoVore, No. 813 Kast Houston
sireei, leiepnone no, ,u, aro ouering meiren
tiro stock of wall paper and Ueooratlons at
cost. In order to mako room for next season's
goods. Those who aro wise will not Jet this
chance pas to decorate thulr houses at a small
outlay. These goods are guaranteed In good
condition. - Jt-lm
Connor & Hawks.
Lightning rods at 25 cents a foot. 8-71 m
"IMchard Is Hlinseir Again."
And so Is Martin In his new store, nxt door
to Nttto'a drugstore, 2U7 Commerco Btreot,
New Uuods, New Prices
At Martin's shoo store, 237 Commerco street.
Call and sco him. 7-2tMm
The St. Leonard Hotel.
Tho proprietor of tho St. Leonard hotel, Main
phuo, presents his compliments to tho citizens
Tho dining room Is spacious and air, and
gentlemen wllHInd thU aqulot and pleasant
placoto bring their lady friends for n lun
cheon or dinner, cooked to order, at short no.
Tho rates ot faro have been placed at a mod
erate tlguroj and the business of the houso will
be conducted at popular prices.
Soliciting a share of the nubile patronago, I
am very respectfully, F, F, Lounsiieuv.
:J. j"dSKE & SONS -
Ilcspectfully announce to their customers and the trade generally that
their assortment of
Is complete, and will bo kept so through tho sonson. Youths' and boys' clothing, shirts and
shirt waists. In great variety. Wo aro enlarging constantly our shoo depart
mcnt, and linvo at present tho best assortment of
nrForlndlcn, miasm, children and gentlemen's wear, and Just received afu'lllnoof KIN I!
Xj n JEL OXT V A. 1ST "37 ?
2S.1 Commcrco afreet. Ban Antonio, near Main
plaza, makes a specialty of tho very (lncst
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
Ilopootorj, striking hours An 1 quarters; repeater, striking hours, imrtors, minute: eclobratet
Adolph Schneider nnd Howard wntoties; ehmnntrrnpln. mitrktntr thtb second; calendar watches,
showing tho month, duy of tho monO, tiny of Hie week, nntl ehaniro of tho moon. Watches for
engineers, train hands, yard men, stockmen, mn chin en, In gold, silver and nloklo of every des
cription. Tho watch repairing deportment being under my personal supervision, and a I have
worked In the best establishments In London, Paris and Geneva, I can repair any complicated
watch thoroughly, 773 in
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Patent Pole Tip
J. IsL. EMIBFlSOISr,
"Watchmaker, Jeweler, Loan Office,
No. 115, Solcdnd Street, Sun Antonio, Texan.
comnk'to stock of small musical tuerchsndl
tho personal supervision of Uuireno (lenevny,
pucateu watcn worn in tlio largest establish men ts or Pans aim ucneva, l tako pleasure in
commending htm to thoso who wih to place their repairs In safo and reliable hands. I guar
antee all watch work executed. I havo on hand a splondld assortment of forfeited pledges at
greatly reduced prices. Very respectfully, J.M. r.MEltsON.
EC. W. KZOEISTIG-S BERG,
KO. :JJ, S0LE1UI) STIIKET,
K3-DYEING AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY.
Ktepi a well selected stock of Jeans and Cauimere Spring Ilottom Pants on hand, Guarantees entire si
faction In style, fit and prices. Repairing done In good style. Give Mm a call. 7a&4m
GRAB CLEARING SALE.
LailloN, Misses', Clillilrcn'M Shoes nnl
Slippers, Dress Cooils, Liuvhh, Debcjfcs,
Nun's Yclllnsri l'nrasols, Fans, Gloves, MIts,
Damasks, Towels, Napliins, Ginxliaius.
Our Mire M
Furnishing goods, hats, shoes, etc. Examine the quality
and compare our prices. We are compelled to re
duce our stock in order to make room for
winter goods, and offer the above at a
sacrifice. Call and be convinced.
G-. IB. -FJFLJNJg:,
J. H. MARQUART,
PROPRIETOR OF Tlir.
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
No. 17 Soledad St., Opposite Court House,
Makes 1100TS AND SHOES TO ORDE1I, on the shortest notice and lest style.
AUohu the o"ly complete lloot and Shoe Manufactory In San Antonio. Kcpi the Urge it, best and molt
varied slot of Uathtri, einployi more wo rkmen,. turns out more good) and civet tetter satisfaction
than any other ettabliihinent of the kind la the city,
Only First Class Workmen Lmjiloycd and Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed.
All work and neal Repairing done on short notice When In need nf anything In this line, remember tho
Crescent City Uoot and Shoe Manufactory. , ;.aS.tf
EE 3E 1ST Gr 2
Neck Yoke Clamp
who has executed tho most ftllllcult and com
SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS.
al Actual Cost.