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The San .Antonio Light.
TUKSUAY. JUNK IS. 1883. R
To Save Money I
When In need of Clothing or (loots' Furnlsh
inir Goods. Hats or Anything for Men, go to
A. MO KIllS. 232 and "SI Commerce street,
Next to Lockwood & Kampniatin's bunk.
"localnews.
For ddltlonl Local neoJTIilril Pace.
Tho (IrHiul Jury.
Tho grand Jury hnvo returned tlio first batch
ot Indictments colliding of 2; cases. Tho
majority of tho cases nro lor relon) .
lluslneits at the Sunset Depot.
Forwnrded-Thrco cars live stock, throe of
wool, two of lumber, two of wire, two of com,
six ot merchandise.
Itccelved-Sicatsof lumber, ono of sugar,
one of Uour, I) of merclmndlyc.
More Money.
It Is stated that tho Dobsons, of New Vork,
proposn to open n bank In this cltv. with a cap
ital of a hair million dollars Thl; will have a
tendency to cheapen money, uud Is a move
ment that Is for tho reul benellt of tho com
munity. , .
Kd M. Mlrick Wanted.
A lady named Mrs. Flora E. Mlrick, or High
land, Illinois, writes Mr. Wolfe, or the Hord
hotel, forrinformatlon respecting her pod, Ed M.
Mlrick who at one time boarded at the hotel,
and whose whereabouts arc unknown to them.
Let tli Good Work Proceed.
Street Commissioner ltuesl has a strong force
of' men on Garden street who aro Improving It
materially. Another irawr of men are now on
Soledad street attending to tho gutters and
otherwise placing it In order.
Change of Time on the International.
Train north, via Missouri Paclfle, lea es at
7:43 a. m., returning nrrivas at 8 p. in. Train
.1. ..I., t'... lf,nnnln. leuvvs at 12:15 n. m..
returning arrives at 3:15 p. in. Train for Larp
rinixnvnsntun.nl.. returning arrivos at 7:15
Preparing to lteinove,
We notlao that tho firm of Haas k Oppen
helmcr are now closing out thcro entire stock
of dry goods and clothing at "actual cost. Itls
nil unusual thing for this enterprising concern
tii otter this advantage to tho people; would
advlso all to call and we. as they never adver
tise anything but whateymcan. 0-12-3t.
Olirtlio "Energetic.
Alox Wynn, in the Beaumont Enterprise, in
sposklng of Mr.Glfford and his mines in Mex
ico says: "Let us here say. that with "Gltt" as
Secretary and Manager ot the silver mines, aud
Secretary or tho coal mines at Carbon city, wo
will not be surprised if homuko them both a
inino of gold
All A tvkwartt Fall.
Early this morning a youog woman named
Galn3, accidentally fell from tho first iloor
W Indow ot her resldeuco near the ban l'euro
creek. She was In her night cress at the time,
and fell upon a uest ot ants. Fortunately be
yond being Boveiely shakeued, she was unin
jured, but tho ants wore very troublesome.
justice Adam's Court.
The following cases were beard In Justice
Adam's court :
Leonardo Gaza, vs. rlcrson and tloire. stilt
for rent or stablo on Main Plaza, 575; Judg
ment given for plalutlir to the amount orfl..
S. M. Hamlltou v. Joseph Schmidt, suit on
account or $12. Judgment lor piainuu.
Wedding Kells.
Vinton James is engaged to marry Sallle, tho
daughter or Colonel II. 11. Andrews, tho .well
known Vlce-1'reeldont or the Eden route. Tho
ceremony takes place at St. Mark's cathedral on
Mnnilut- .tlini, lli.
Mr. v. II. Stevens left last night for I.ullng,
where he is to be united this morning to Miss
Maggie Nixon.
Keep Tour Kye on the Park.
Pedestrians through Trails park on Satur
danight, reported that there was no police.
men nn ilniv lii tho vicinity and immorality
was prevalent. If tho police really Intend to
prevent that which tins been complained of it
cannot bo done by fits and stais, but by a per
sistent watching, and tho ariest and exposure
of tue oiieuuors.
The Texas Investment Compuiiy,
Tho Toxas Investment company, ot Fort
Worth, nm) branub ollleo In San Antonio, has
just received advices from Santa Hosalla
Mexico, that it had become tho only controlling
Interest in 230 denouncements of land In tho
State of Chihuahua, aggregating i,.uu,uuu acres,
and that they hIso closed a contract lor cattle.
aggregating 2U2,UCU on last Saturday
Which Is Illght?
Mr. Caleb Maulo is of an opinion that tho cor
respondent who gave tho Information us to bis
meeting his daughter, Mrs. Dan I. Smith, in
St. Louis Is either mistaken or la not telling tho
truth. All the I.uiliT has to ssy is til l' tho re
port came from a gentleman well known In
San Antonio, and It lias no reason to doubt the
accuracy of tlio statement.
News From the Sunset Extension,
Mr. Carrlngton, tin ongincer on Captain
Poke's stall, returned from Mexico via Eagle
Pass yesterday. He reports about K8 miles of
railroad truck laid, and inoro Is being rapidly
pushed on. Excellent work is tclugdono by
all and everything la very satisfactory except
tho food, which he anvils decidedly bad. He
thinks tho country very rich, and gatuo
abounds on every side.
A New aud KnterpiWIng Firm,
Messrs. Yoo & Wltchell have commenced
business as cement, concrete and goneral
builders, and their advertisement now aipears
In the Liqiit. Mr. Veo Is a coucreto artist of
many years uxpenonce, ana in usoiui or orna
LIGHT SPAItUS. ,
The linrso market is remarkably dull.
Tho latest slang phrazo Is, "Go down and
cat" Hotel Mavorlck stylo.
Arcadlo Ayala and Margarita Leal Jb
talned a license to marry this morning.
Mr.W. H. Young bai shipped thrco carloads
of lioiscs to Kansas and is waltlngfor more.
Mabel Agnes, tho Infant daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. Ityder-Tiiylor, Is dangerously ill. 1 '
Mayor French officiated this morning 111 tho
llccorder'e court, tho ltecoider being absent.
Mttlo Flirt lost a braeelot yesterday as sho
was walking from tho Vanco house to tho con
vent bridge.
Tho remains of Mrs. C. V. Haas wore
shipped to-day In a handsome metnllo casct
by Undertukor Phil Del.
Tho cooks at thoCential are having a battle
royal ami declare they will arrest each other.
How about the feeding there?
Tho retr nlns of Amee, tho infant daughter
or Mr. J. O. Sullhan, h.ive been brought from
Corpus Chtlstl and will bo burled hero to-day.
William MeMHStcrSpenecr.aged ID month,
child or Dr. S. Spencer, living on San Pedio
avenue, died scsienlay. Tho funeral will tuko
place at 4:30 this nrternoon. i
8traycd from Dliriinwltty hill thrco weeks
ngo n sorrel mare, Mexican brand on loft shoul
der, wth baiter on.- Party returning tho sumo
to 214 St. Mary's street, will bo liburally re
warded. It
Yesterday evening a man by the name of
Jim Cannon, who was working on (leorgo
nullnlg's roor, fell and broko his arm. Doctor
Favro quickly attended to the broken limb,
and states there Is no seilous Injury.
Saddle Piiulos For Pule.
At Doi's stable, 15 Mexican Mountain s'ddlo
ponies. (j-12-3t.
Pilvato Hoarding
MM) Houston street by W. C. Haines, with
or without room. 0-12-lf
For Iteut.
The nirnnwity homestead on Dlgnowlty
Mil riiriilaln.il. tiurnthcr with three in k raws:
n good pasture closo by, chlckonsfctc., n largo
stable full of feed. Possession given within 10
days. Apply to
No. 33 AcciiulaBtreot, or on premises.
Undertaker's Kevomal.
nol's funeral director's ollleo and nureronms.
No. 21, Ilium street, rear of postolllco; In same
building with livery stable. Three line hear
ses, and tho only child's white hearse In tho
city. A full stock In either blanch Ollleo
open day and night. Telephone connection
with both olllces. Preparation and shipment of
bodies a specialty. i-wk.
VERY SPECIAL!
muitibet Hue flannel at S9 60, ifnrf'i $12 50.
25ntil( fatten casnltnerc 510, fornteilu mild at
f;1 M- . ' . ...
mxi cviernif miiim hi i -- itcai naruain.
350 Mue (dien s'llrlrf 51 25 -mid evenwhere at
51 7.-.. . ......
iKutrmfe MHMMV-) rem, uiinn i .
500 trlillc ttliliU at $1 25 irorf h 51 50.
150 ilnjfii aurtcd half Itorc 23 mils a piilr,
ottlt 40 In 50 ccntf.
Xweltlc received creni week. Come and iiiwt
mntlf tLlth thclatCHl Mules and loircst price.
llemcmbcr crem ulcce of our omul Unetv and
frail. SI IK UTS. COMIUVOX A CASTLES,
1nicstiH.i isttwitt sLuimti fuiza,
KemovHl.
J. J. Ilnrtasch. merchant tnylor, begs leave to
nfnrin his customers and nubile that ho has
moved; Ills tullor shop to No. 13 Commerce
ptreet, and Is prepared to do work to order on
short notice, and in a most satisfactory manner.
Prices lower than any ilrst-clasi establishment
In tho city. B-12-lwk.
Three Good Tinners Wanted.
Do Not bo Deceived I
But remember when you want to bur finest
iiunlity of go ds at reasonable llgures, J.
Josko & Sous nro ready to 1111 the bill.
Hats
In endless variety and nil tho latest styles you
can tlud at Cohen & Koenlghcliu's, 300 and 311
Main piaza. o-n-u
Of Importance to Those Hillldlng.
C. M. Klngslr has oponed a depot for the enlo
of lime, cement, plaster or purls, hair, chim-
and l'ort Scott Ccinent. Quality good, piices
reasnnuuie. foum Blue .miiii piuza, acijniuiuir
the Central hotel. (Mi-lm
After Long Trial '
Wo find that the Continental ink and mucllatro
gives general satisfaction. .Novel' bad u com
plaint. Kveryiiiing m stationery line at
HaldwinV, 257 Commerce St.
Young Man I
Shako that old suit mid call on J. 'Josko &
Sons, Alamo street, and havo thorn tit vou out
in ono oi inoso imnusomo iu suns, roucun
also got n ulco straw hat, shirt uud necktie to
match. a-3-tf
Fastest Time liver Made
To St. Louis In 43 hours, to New York in 78
hours, via International and Great Northern
r.illmail.
Commencing Sunday Juno 10, Missouri Pad
flo counuctions will leave Sail Antonio at 7:41
a. in., 'with through hotel car, via Waco and
I ii (1 1 ii ii Territory to St. Louis Iron Mountain
eonuocuous will loavo at 12:15 n. tu.. vl.i Pales
ttno a- u xcxarxana witu ruuman Hieoinug
cur. o-ii'Ut.
For Iteut.
Three now store rooms opposlto Sunset do
pot, on or about tho 15th of June, 1HH,1. In
tjulro of J. C. Znscbliig. ft-5-0t
The finest lino of piece goods for tho spring
hiiu summer tu uo iuuuu in tue mate at
Pancoaht & Son.
Star Oil Is made from tho very best
cruuuou; is uouoiu reuueii, anu tree trom ail
impunticB.
-Star Oil, tho family safety nil.
House to Kent,
Near St. Mary's street; threo rooms; rent $15.
ippiy iu .i. j. reterson, at I'Okinmeo
change. O-u-tf,
Pleco goods by the suit or yard lor spring
Pancoaht Si Son.
Foil PUMI'H or nil kinds and water mid dub
pipes at lowest prices, go to Maury & Co., 235
Ad mo plaza. Telephone 2K1. 5-28-tf
Ask your grocer for Star Oil.
WiiuNyou want your plumbing done well b
experienced workmen, telephone to Maury J
Co., 2A5 Alamo plaza. , 5-2H-tf
Tho demutid for Star Oil Increased COO
per cent, uuriug tno year inti.
Star Oil was first inaniirnetiiroil In Ht
IaiuIs, Mo., In 1801, and not an uecldcut is on
recuru as uavmg rpsuiiou i rum us use.
Now sprlug clothing and hats Just in.
T'tNrOAST At Son,
Wantmi A oook, wlilte girl preferred. Ap
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PLUMES, TIPS AND FLOWERS.
Wn rnenlveil this week tier express a full assortment of Plumes, Tips and Flowers, tho
latost novelties, and like to draw tho special uttontlon of tho ladles to theso, bargains.
Wo nro bcadquartors in theso goods. Hotispwlvcs, Hotels, and lloardlnghouso keepers
will save monoy by buying tholr Houso Furnishing Ooods from us. .
Wo sell tho eelobrnted THOPICAI, HAT FOIt QHNTL15MEN at 75 ccnU (n itinerant shapes
and colors. This is tho hat for this country cool, cheap and durable.
J. JOSKE & SONS, ALAMO PLAZA. Opp. PoRtoillco.
$50,000. $50,000.
WORTH OF1
-AT .A. SACRIFICE.
On nccount of iv change In my linn, to taku placo shortly, and ulso for agreement mndo to re
duce merchandise on hand, I now offer my entire stock at
Greatly Reduced Prices !
fST'Tlils special salo to begin Monday, May S, to last 30 daya only.
mental ooncroto work his services can be well 'fou W,H Iflnd
and pnfltably employed. Mr. Wltchell has bad , Everything In gent's furnishing goods from tho
eonaiaorat'in experience in no urment iraqe. encapost to tho nnest at Cohen & Kocn gbelm's.
Jhey aro both worthy of public support, jMolupIaia, Mt-tt
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CALCASIEU LI
East Commerce Street, adjoining Sunset Railroad,
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KEKP CONSTANTIA' ON HANI)
CALCASIEU LUMBER.
Consisting oi Framing Timber. Ilnxlng, Fencing, Dressed Flooring, Siding, llended Colling
ml Finlshlinr I.umhor: also a full supply or Doors. Sash, llllmls. Moulillnirs Shlnirles. l)n-il
a-ul Hough l'lc.keta of ull Patterns, l'laterlug Iitli, Ilarbed Wire, Mixed l'nhits, IlulldeiM
special bill's to ordorat short notice, being connected with ono of the largest mills iu tho t'ulen-
eiou region.
Rough Lumber ame price as Rough Texas Pine, $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co., A. T- Mensley, Manager.
SELLING OUT AT COST.
n Wait to Utn nor Slid !
As much as possible before we REMOVE TO
OUR NEW BUILDING.
AT COST! AT COST!
We will sell our
entire stock of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING !
HAAS &, OPPEEWHEB8WSER.
BIIEBP VOR8AIX
Ono Lot ftlfl F.wes.
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' " 1200 "
" " IHOO Ewes aud Lambs.
" " 3i00 Kwes and Wethers.
" " Km Sheep with ieaso of Ilaneho.
" " 7000 Sheep with leaso of ltanche.
CHAUOT, MOSS & CO.
WOOI, COMMISSION IIOU81C.
Wo aro prepared to rccolvo Wool on consign
ment, making Liberal Advancements on same.
OHAIIOT, MOSS & CO.,
4-U-tf Han Antonio, Texas.
Oolion & Kociilghelin
Exhibit tho lineal lino of balbriggan and llslo
thread
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CARTER & MULLALY,"
Undertakers,
ALAMO PLAZA.
I'liuerHls Furulslieei With Kvery Requisite.
Special attontlon glvon to forwarding bodlos
to all parUof the Unltod States. CTolophono
'Inneotlon. Culls attended davand nlirht ,
-In using Star Oil vou not only guard
your family from neoldont, but also provide

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