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The San Antonio Light.
Jt'ItlDAY, AUGUST 31, 183.
Fall and Winter Clothing,
For men, youths, boys and children.
Qcnts' Furnlsliltif; Goods.
Hutu, earn, trunk!, valises oo. Wo Invito a
crllluil insiiectloii of our Kck and price,
g ,arantecliig full valuo In every instate. Our
merchant tl,rl-'g department, under tin
mnirement nf I'.ofeswr Itohtand. undoubt
edlr Is iin nf the beat In th" Mate. 'I ho tml
select styles in ii-mdcsiio
COUEN & KOEXIGHEIM,
Snil uriil 311, MAIV rLA7..
Lake Ice i cent
Per Pound In Any Quantity, by
Ho, for Medina l'urk,
Trilna leave at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. Round
trip, 50 ccnti.
C. It. McClure to Lurena Rosa Dunl'pi
Rafael Acosta to Manuela Montalvo; Pedro
Chalderon to Teresa Uarrersj,
C. F. Schneider, lumber dwelling 26x12,
Wett Oik ttreel; $350.
II a Dollahi e, lumber dwelling 8l6
north tide Morale! itrcet; $50.
G. N. Hill, drunk and down, $5: Francisco
Goniales. Insulting lanuage, $5; M.A. Har
ris, drunk, $5; F. E. Obenchain, vagrancy,
$10 or 30 days.
Ill l.'yeilKht Unhurt.
A LIGHT reporter heart on good authority
that Mr. William Schu'ze, who nas badly
burned during the recent fire, hat not loit his
eyesight, nor is there dinger of hit doing to.
Officer Dolan report the lamp on Snledad
ttreet and Main plan not lighted, and Officer
McSorley report! the tame about the lamp on
the corner of Houston street and Avenue D.
Hair Di-eadtli Escape,
A lady equ strian had a narruw escape, yes
terday, Irom Injury by the saddle turning.
She hung on for a-dis'ance of about loo feet,
but finally extricated herself. Luckily, the
horse was gentle or she might have been
kicked to death.
A pasnerger from Del Kio states that an
excellent ball was given there yesterday fur
the benefit of the church, which was attended
by the maj irity of the citllem and Tai a grand
tucceti. He also reports that prairie fins
were teen In a'l direction.
lie Gave Tlieut the Slip.
An attempt was mare by Mar.hal Shardein,
Detective Hughet and Officer Ferria to cap
ture Willie Webb, the colored miniature edi
tion of Jrtse James, but Willie tllpped
through all three, and escaped in the dark,
much to the chagrin of the officers concerned.
The Whereabout of Abductor Joyce.
W. U J 7. e, the individual who abducted
Mitt Cass, of Atascosa, betrayed her and then
cortracted a bigamous marriage, has been
heard of in Oitowa, K ntas. He spent sev
eral days in that city, but was not registered at
any of the hotels, and hat since gone none
On all hands are heard approbation of the
conduct of the San Antonio fire boys at the
Hugo & S hmeltier store conflagration, and
tcveral citlzent have contributed variout sumi
cl money at a tubstantial appreciation of their
bravery. Metrs. S. Mayer & Co., have
added $100 to the fund, which now amounts
ltlll Jolinaon'a Work.
Bill Johnson Is a slick little negro who
lives for the mott put at a freebooter. Yi
terday he paid a visit to Stucke't store, at the
corner of Bowie and Commerce. He filled his
pockets with pocket knivet and wat detected.
He then ran cfT, but was st pped by Street
Commissioner Russi't gang, who are working
on Howie ttreet.
George Muetter, the ttep-ftther of Ed
Devitt, tayt that he hat reason to believe that
hit ttcp-ton wat not drunk at the lime he fell
from the cart, but if he wit the railway com
pany were all the more culpable in compelling
a drunken man to walk from the engine to the
caboose whl'e the train was running. He
paid the entire expenses of the young man't
Information from U ,erne states that P. S
Wilford. the Englithman who wat arreatrd
here, and conveyed to Boerne on the com
plaint of Mr A. G. Vogt.lhat he had de
frauded him by giving a. check that wat dis
honored, has been dismissed, it being proved
that at the time he drew the check upon
Ktmpnann & I.ockwjod'e bank he had
money there to meet it.
Wlint Hie Reporter! I-earn on Tlielr Tour
Through the City.
The theatre companlct will toon be
Only tlx dettht were report'tl last week.
The city It In a very healthy slate.
The preliminary examinations lor the dif
ferent gradet are g'dng on briskly.
The lamp at the corner of Main plata
and Onlan street wat not lighted last night
Divine service at the Temple IlMh Ellhls
eventing at 8 and to-morrow morning at 10
C Ity Collector Haueiten report! recelp't
durlrg week ending to-day to be SlSSl 40
from all source!.
The White Elephant it doing tucha ttafe
In mixed drir.ks that they have ctdttcd a car
load of straws.
FrancWco Gnntalet, a Mexican woman,
bused Marcla Veret fur pulllrg down a wall
in her yard, and wat filed $5 thia morning.
A r- q'lest Is made lhal the E g'ilh eavahy
band will perf.irm a (election frim Sullivan'
opera of Trial by Jury, at the next Trail,
When the Exprett man next trie! In Ger
manise an Englishman's name the I.ttittr
recommend htm to learn to f pell the Teuton
Services will be held at the Mount Pil
grim church t 8 p. m. to night by the Reva J.
Roblnt and W. M. Scott. The public are in
vited 10 attend. G. W. Holmes 1'attor.
Miss Carrie Simmons, the accomp'ithed
niece of Mr. G. W Baldwin, left this morning
for her home in Baltimore, Md. Miss Sim
mons made many friends in thlt city while
Mr John Wolfram hat charge of the re
freshment standi at Medina park during the
Sunset excursion, therefore the wants of the
excursionists in that direction will lie well
Messrs. GafTord & Barrow have been
awarded the contract for building a hook and
ladder apparatus house on Avenue C, for the
city from plans furnished by Messrs. Wahren
berger & Bcckmaon.
A Mexican lady of respectability and ed
ucation would like to exchange lessins,
Spanish for Erglish, with a lady who speaka
the English language. For address apply !
Mr. Narciio Leal.
R, F. Greer, of Pana Maria, Karnrt
county, departed for his home this metning.
lie has been in the city for several weeks un
der treatment of Dr. llurnham, for his eyes.
He wat much relieved and feels assured of
an entire cure of hit affliction.
ems (Jleniied in the Hotel Corridors unit
from Various Other Source.
Mrt. Thacker and Mrs. Scjtt, (ram Dallas,
are at Mrs. Sspplng'on't.
The tmding face of Marshal Gosling wat
teen on the ttreett to-day.
C. Foster, a merchant of Flatjma, and
Ife, are guestt at the Central. ,
Colonel J hn E. McMullan, of Floresvllle,
is sojourning at the Central.
The Light is sorry to learn that Mr. G. II.
Kalteyer is confined to his bed by fever.
W. F. Rst'erree and A. B. Hint, promi
nent citizens ofCotulla, are at the Central.
R. Tyler and brother, pntpectors, of Los
Angeles county, California, are staying at the
C. J. Melchier, of New Orleans, and J. II.
Antone, of Betton, tourists, are guests at the
Mr. J. T. Reeslde, proprietor of the Tleatan
n hotel, is in the city shaking hands with his
Mr. Terry Lewis, formerly of Fredericks
burg, who hat been studying law for the last
three years at S'. Louis, is in the city.
A. D. Cooke, of Stireveport, La., arrived
hert last evening accnmpanlel bv his family
wiih a view of locating here permanently. He
has rooms at the Central.
Mr Jones and family, accompanied by
Mrt. Page, returned home yesterday. They
have been vititirg frlendt in Miitistippl, and
all seem greatly benefitted by the trip.
Ben llirichfield, the Cincinnati drummer
for old. rye and corn juice, is in the city en
j tying himself and taking orders. Ben Is one
of those "innocent fellows," but evtrybody
don't know it.
Miss Annie Footes, a beautiful and acc-m-plishtd
Belle, of Austin, has returned from
Boerne, where the hat been rusticating fir
some weeks, and is now the guest of Mr-.
Gordon, on Eitt Cornme'Ce ttreet.
Mr. Pat Dun, a well known young sSerp
man, of Richmond, Texas, hat just returned
from that place, where he married a charming
oung widow, Mrs. Clara Jones. The couple
are in San Antonio, where they intend to slay
a few weeks, when ihey will go to Corpus
Ohruti to make that place their home.
A. T. Okely, N. C. Rew, Kerrville) M. W,
Menilher and wife, Goliadj J. W. Felton.
San Gabriel; Mr. Lewis, City, Charles Rale-
tton, S. S. Saundcrt, Galveston, Harrsiburg
and San Antonio railwajj R. White, Chihi
huaj M. Kruegir, Blanco; William Aycrr,
lloston; J. M. Roagh, City; B. J. Bartlette,
Williamson; A. B. Fcllon, Bartlette, are reg
istered at the St. Leonard hotel.
John Ramimky, of St. lledwig, was on
trial for lunacy In the County court this room
ing. It wat proved that the defeodant'had
been in the asylum previously, that he had
cruelly beaten hit ton without cause, had at
tempted to outrage hit 14 tear old daughter,
and had been guilty of other actt that proved
him to be Insane. He wat therefore declared
a lunatic, and an order made that he be tent
to the State asylum.
Joined In Love,
Mr. Jarjyss W. Crate was united last night
to Annie, the beautiful and accomplished
daughterof Mr, and Mrs. N. Hunt. The cerr
mony wat performed by the Rev. W. II Dod
son at the residence of the brlde't parents, on
Goliad street, In the presence of a select
circle of frlendt. The happy couple are b th
English immlgranlt and carry with ihem the
best whhes of their many frlendt, In which
the LlQHT heartily concurs.
WHITE ELEPHANT !
Main Plaza, San Antonio, Tex.
Metsri. NYahrcnlicrger & Beckmann, archi
tects, to-day received bids for buildings, as
follows; Addition to a toft rock house Tor
Mr. E. Polk on King William street:
W. P. Ooodloo 6.660
T. w. larno B2i;
(latrord x nurow a tari
W. II. Hi, llnuKwnrl 1 B.UUI
W. S Pu-HWi.it 4;VI
Joseph Sut herd 8JU
Bids were also opened fur the additions to
Turner hall as follows :
T. W. Carrion 8,W
vr. . ru-amiu. 0.5 0
Monnin 4! to IUT.1
Hallo cl ll irrow 4,UI
W. II. Ilolluvaworlu 4.1WJ
Yetterday afternoon the Alh'etlca met the
Maseoltesat the pringi, and after a good
game the former won by 14 to It. The game
was not so une-tlded as it wat expected to be,
the Matcottes pl'ying up p'ucklly, and ended
by being only three behind their opponentt.
II d the Mascotte't young ladles been pretent
to cheer their pinners on the stage, the game
mithtliave ended differently, but at it was,
the Mascntles' played well.
Concert at Mission Garden.
There win t.ou (mind vi e 1 ml Instrumental
om-u t at Mum oil Drtr 'en f - imrniw (Krldiit)
v nins. eonnm-nclou nt 8 uMock, wtion trie
nilouinir voo.il selections will ho irlven bj
Muliitne ltoeiii-Ueiiutrilt. tiurinirtlio Intcr
lillwiloii p-omr line "elections uf inuilo will lip
micro I. Tlio munition leo will ouly bo
t lircnmod I Ml l,t In M irblo Hnlls." from
the lliilii nilin (llrl, by Uilfc.
.Ml rJonir," m Muitiin-r'.
The l-'lowprOlri." by He-rtrnnnl.
unit Lb' e', popular melody,
"WiiltzSong," I. Arilltl.
Iter. T. F. Wlttloh will pn-ncti In German
vpry Hund y at 4 n'vloi-k p. lu at tlto First
l'ri'fttitt.-ildti cliutoh. enrnrr llou"ion unit
Th 0 oar loids nf tioi tc-s, 111 m nnd mulei, at
IntirniiiloMul mid (lrva S ritii-rn riillroud
fctiK-k ar Inquire ut D & Oiip. 11I11 Irnor'e.
8 Hi-It J. W. Si-t.v.Nio.
tlMly iidupttd to inovlmr
, itiwH) riM'iy Appiy 10
Thrroa'ctinnsof hiii'l, 19 Oacrct In ICcnilall
county. Gool ratiifo mid perinautut wHtcr.
wVI-n hnu.p Hiid lot on llkhmntid uieuuo Al.o
Iwolotmu-tor llnvcrnmvlit ii-pot, on 1'ine
nlroi-t, ut tltt-5 oncti A tuimuin. Inquire f
Junius McHti,, SoU-dad atrcot. H H .tit
Homes on Katy Terms.
Cnttnao liouie bu It mid .11 d, itnull amount.
chnIi biinncH. on iiinnthlv pivuiuuu. Aitoii-M
Luck llox t)). Sin Auto 11 , T -j,n. 8 31 -Cr.
Jouaa Garden l'rogramuie of 3Iuslo fur
1. Z'rrpnnpr Phontai.1 -, violin fiolo, 17. Gerwllz1
2. ii k Z.ick 1'iilkn, C. Kiiunt
tl. Kvoiilu Wrtltx. I, S miioy.
1. Mllle Kb ur PolkH. II. Hermann.
5. l)i-a Troiiipctcr'd urutd uut Llcbchcn, 11,
C, Cll. quot Galop. II. Hermann
Joe Jlc.Ur.l.irKlt, Leader,
Danclnir at night
nrr-e rxppiPno.u tin roorprr wanted. Mtead
work, guoo ra, to dip rlirtit kind of iih-ii.
30 St L. T. HnrruAN, auu Alamo I'liiza.
On rur tinriraln omintpr Ia a luriri, lot nr rpm
nauls In hat, wliloli 1 am cloving nut at
conia 11 piece, worm !l. i u, rnusr
Scliool Text llooki
nr-every kind lor u o iu publlo and private
tells Ibciu lu ihe trade of dan Antonio.
Liprcunrr In remove fr in my prewnt store
me purpow 01 nuiiiiKiing uii! wltmr, I
.Now It the Time to Get
School boukt ut NIc Tonro'i. 8 30 Ct
Mr eummer Block must lie told and will be
8 3D 5t 'T, C. Fliosr,
The belt linen biwom ehlrt oi or offered
Pan Antonio tor fl Is at T. O. Pnnt'a, It Is one
ui , luuiit-iB .u im. na" or iiuvuncemcnc.
Sfen shoe! nt cost, laigo quantltv, (treat
ATanted, ntSan Fernando Cathmlral.
noji lroiiintii l3iiiii,io u-urn imiioHnd to
jlnir In 1 be cllipilrt choir. Apply to Father
uiuuuur, any pve
DOWN VITHJIIGH PRICES.
Wntt for the Grand Opening.
On or about September 10, wo will rcinovo to
our Irtrrrc, ncwumt cornuin doo! KHlcsroum cor
ner Commerce nnd Alamo ntrpct!, with an
entire now stock of dry kuihI. clothlnir boots.
Mime huts, and srrnli f nriiUtilntr pTCmhI.
Thntiklnirour friends nnd cur-toiiiL-rs fnrthc-lr
pnrd piiirmins-e. wo ank a contiiuitinco nf same,
Hr-mirlmr the puhllont lriro that It will tie our
aim to pk-a.oiill, a,d will krep only nuch mcr
ihnndlso in will giro emtio Mtltlactlon In
e. cry way.
' ur motto low priori and quick rale.
Ipidlea will ulwriys rco-lvc prompt and polite
attention fmm experienced dalesmen.
ery re pcciiuuy
House to Rent.
Inquire at P. i A. Oppoiihclmrr'a. 50-3t
I I im Horse for Hale.
Dark brown color, npitrly tfl hand, driven
.iiiir'O or (loiiuic. I ar il", irrnun huh eouu-i,
An olcimnt lino of hoalerv for ladle, ircntlc-
ini-u nnd chihlrcn ut T. U. FroAt'a. Call and iret
all kinds of school books and stationery at
Tcukk'k. 8-W Ot
Row ll-od dnlll. dlrpct from trrowcra ajd lin-
iioricra. miii ut jobbing prices 10 cori'un
Yoke of Work Oxen
For ealo. luqulro ut -'11 Madison atrcet. 8-3I-3t
My Fine Stock
Of Philadelphia Inndinado boots and shoes
lvoa, unu 1110 puuuo nro loviipu 10 can
An elcrrant lino of Lu ilea' underwear Is now
Ininnened at I Wiilfort'. nnd tho ladlPRaro
pcctally milled to cu 1 and examine uuie
Ni-iii, Hooks, Stationery una Varieties.
Full euiibly of utile., !ttttliiniry. brlntera
ent-olk-s, &c, G. w. llAt.uwiN A Co.
t Urn, V. C. Paschal'a, SU Crockett street.
Worthy of Attention.
For tho bi-t nf rutom rnflilo boot! nnd
101-ti irn In tho new atnreof Martin, next door
to ?iiuto'a drug atoro, 1, Commerce ttreet.
Largo lot of boy a nchool suit! at J. Josko Si
on'. ; 8-30-tf
And J. Joko & Sous have Mlurao lot of bora'
echoul ults, which must bo sold. 8-30tf
"Itlclinrrt la Hlin.i lf Again."
And mi la Martin In hi new t-torc. n xt door
to Nctto'a drugvtoro, S5J7 Oommorco Btrcet.
A Selected Stock
Of stationery and nil kui'lsot school bnnkaat
L. 11. inoinp-on , .i 1111 pi-iz.i. oiu-is
'ry boracback routes at
For School Hooka
Call on Thoinpon. Main plara. 6-40-4t
49 Alamo German-Knellsli School,
vpiiuu O. Kln-inoli' Hull. No. 2 will reonen
on Monday, September 3. W. rScuuwiitTii.
And stationery i Niu Tcihtk'.
Grape, pcam, apples and pt-acheB received
In quantity dally, by Armstrong. ' 8-23 tf
Hoots and shops for ludli-B unrt ircntlcmeii-a
nne llnp nf which run bo found at L. Wolf
8011'.., iluln plza. Uvcrv pair guaranteed, tf
Connor S: Hawk!.
Ughtnlna- rods t a cent! a foot. 8-Mm
'exv Good, New trices '
At Martin's rhoo store, SSI Coramerco itrcet.
Cull nnd too him. J-28-lra
New llnrsalus In City Froperty.
A bemiilful ii-sldcnco on Dl-rnowlty- hill,
worth idOOO, otfered lor iiOuO. Also ono for
;u uti. worm ibw,
nook lion p. five minutes' walk from Meneor
hotel, onlvJiax). .
Nuw cottuce und almost an a"ro of land near
M-ynr Fieiiih'.-, 1WJ0. Must sell. An oiler
'Ihren now cottagoi on Dl-rnowlty bill,
New "-roomod houso on tfiu Pedro avenue,
seventy tlvo lots near Sunset depot. Beo
mips atom e.
One block on 8n Pedro nvenim
New bouse oil Flores street. STSO.
luges on AVenuo ll. JUUU enon.
r Kir'lutn-t.f .rSiOOO.
W, B. HIL'ION, W6 West Houston street.
J. JOSKE & SONS
It complete, and will bo kept so through tho season. Youths' and boys' clothing, shirts and
shirt walsta, In groat variety. Wo aro enlarging constantly our shoe depart
ment, and have at present the best assortment of
!V Comniorce ttrcotf San Antonio, near Main
plnziu makca n epoclalty of tho very flnet
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
ItonoatrM-", strlk'ntf h-u--! an1 quarter; rcnoatcrs, strlktnir hours. tiiarteri, mlnutcn: celobrntoJ
A 1 tnh 8cline(lor Ami Howard wtUnhos; chr-Mioirraplis, miirktn Ottb n-wontl; calotidAr watebca.
lit(T tho month, tiny of Iho tnont nay or
riwrs, mun inmw yam inei, atocKmcn, mnciiiw
Ion. Tho watch ronalrlnir ilonartrncnt hp In a- urn
worhoil In tho ht oitatillHhmnu In laomlon.
H. W. KlOEllSriCl-SBElIR.Ca-,
0. 39, SOLEIUI) STKECT,
Q-DYE1NG AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY. .43
J. M. EMERSON,
WATCHMAKER JE WELEE,
No. VJS. Solttdatl Stri'ut, Unit Antonio. Toxuti.
Watches, clocks, jewelry, guns, pistols, musical instru
ments, etc., sold at a small advance of cost. Bargains to
be had in forfeited pledges.
To secure immediate clearance.
J, H. MARQUART,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
No. 17 Soledad St., Opposite Court' House,
MW BOOTS AND SHOES TO ORDER, on the thorteit colics and bcitstylt.
Keeps a Stock of liis Own liitolio of Goods on Hani
Aliohas tlia o-lycomplttt boot and SVim Man-factory In San Antonio. Kscpitlia larstiubcit and tnoit
varlsd hoc of Lsitti.rt, .mployl more wor-man, turns out mors good and glvia bttur sallifactloa
than toy other sttabtWhtnenl of th klad la the city.
Ouly First Class iVarliracn Cmolojcd ana Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SHillPFE - FLS
tho week, and rhantro or tho moon. WAtcooa for
SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS.
selling off all