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Henry Clay, Conchas, Key Wcit, Clonr Havana, Sublimes, Murlus, I.U7.0, Damns, Iji llnsa, Ksccpclonr, Don Quixote, Mayo nhd otbcrpopu lar brands nt SIM HAltrS, Main I'laza. Smokers 1 Dealers Save money at Hart's. ' No drum mors or partners" expenses. Hum I profit, quick silos, rotlablo goods, The only oxcluslvo tobacconist In Sun Antonio. SIM IIAKT, Main I'laza. The San Antonio Li Vol. I. No. 62. San iVntonio, Texas, Wednesday, June 13, 1883. Ten Cents a Week ght Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil. 83y-ThU company from this. date will, not handle InaurailCO Oil and Pliro llno for the following reasons: Insurance Oil Tnilk Go., who claim to own these Trade Mark brands, have not during several years past had any regular source of Oil supplies, but haye received Insurance Oil and Purolllio from sources where they could buy cheapest without regard to quality. IiiBuranco Oil is simply any quality of Water Vvhite oil. Consumers llttVO no Kliurilllteo of its Fire Test or purity. Plir.olino Is simply any quality of 74 0 Gasoline. As Gasoline varies great'y In purity, consumers should only buy under the proper name, of 74 0 Gas oline, and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol Insurance OH and Puroll 110 which has been furnished by Insurance 'Oil Tank Co., has almost entirely stopped the demand, but we wish to warn intended purchasers we Will not ho responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully, WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY 1 iiMPrn 1 nmranr. IN ANY QUANTITY, AT E3D. STEVES & SOIsTS' Yards at International and O rout Northern Hull Hun Antonio railroad truck, The besc grades always on hand. Mouldings, Shingles, Fencing, Newels, Stair Rails and Ballusters. Our lumber is of the finest quality and unexcelled. We would invite the public to ex amine before purchasing elsewhere. Ed Steves & Sons. HUGO & SCHMBLTZER COMMERCE . STUEET, SAN ANTONIO, TEX IS. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS for W. J. LEMP'S BEER, I)It.lll(JIIT AM) DOIIILK OTXiR. EiNTITRE STOCK . XSL 3E3C IF YOU CARE Fir tie Safety of Teir Fail EXAMINE KMUUSON'S Patent Pole Tip i It la durable. Nuvpr woura out. It' la ornamental. It costs 110 inoro than it good leiithcr trimming, V011 cannot. Kot your lines over the end of tlio polo. If your tracos break your horses pull tlio velilclo by the Nock Yoke. It talced two feet off tlio ond of tho polo and brings tlio Nock Voko closo to tlio collar, thereby making tlio draft much lighter on tho team. It novor gets out of order, belnir of very slmplo coustruutlon, Tbo POLE TIP AND CI.AMP complete fitted to volilclo, $2 SO. Call on Nfl 12 SOleilad StrCCt uviouou uiiiaij ( iiiunrn i luiviuui : rami Depot, and Galveston, HarrUburg and Kust Commerce Street. Also, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Barbed Wire, Fence Posts, the OELEBBAT-ED EXPORT BUTfLLU. DCr efc? O O. Neck Yoke Clamp Proprlotor of Emerson's Patent l'olo Tip n Nook VgkoClwap, HRAVO, LADIES t The Presbyterian Churcli Society Hold a (Successful 1'estlrul In llnrnlslt A liner's Garden. How the Ourdou Appeared Under the Kleclrlo Light, nml How It Inspired the Light 1,'oet. When tlio LimiT commissioner arrived at the office this morning ho found upon till desk a ucnutlful sonnet written Id honor of tbo I'res lyterlau churcli festival, lust night, which pays tlio ladles and the scene a Just compliment. Thus t cuds tlio RONNRT : Hast uru a sceno enchanting eyed by night Where night Itself, 11s touched by magic hand, Dissolving lleee ; and lo 1 11 fairy lund? If not, oh 1 come, behold 11 beauteous sight Of graceful lorms, who, bathed In mellow light, Flit iiulckly round, obeying each command And Kontly prolfur to tlio gathcr'd bund Food and refreshment, while with true delight The soul Is churm'd by sumo sweet minstrel's nlr. Tbo perfumed Mower, and ovory fair ono there. How dear to all the church's work must be, Hut when swoot woinun helps with kindly heart Half lingering man, sbo soon attracts to seo That he, if willing, can enact bis part. Frank Norton, Astho commissioner entered tlio mirdcn the Fcenowas inuocu piensunt and picturesque. mucicctrio rgm uurneu urigiiuy una sued its ho gully uttlied visitors. Through the crowd bllDDlr tbo wunta of thu iniinv who throturnd tho garden, taxing tbolr energies to the fullest extent. And tho while, soft and delicious inuslo Moated through tho nlr. Tbo whole re- bcmuiea tne lout en semblo or a grand thcatii cal tableau rather than a eccuo on life's busy siaifc. ouuiu ui tne I1UIIKH AND MA8HKI1S were nrcscnt and unduly monopolized the nt- tcntlou of ladles, but on tho wholo it wus ap parent tbo I.toiiT strictures on this uufortun atn class had bad a beneficial effect. Tbo ladles in ohnrgo of tbo rnrlous stands wore : Lunch stand: Mrs. .Mollctt. Mrs. Tovlor. and Miss Jesslo Nlcholls. Urst ice-cream Btand: Miss Ada I.oiunn. and Miss Mary Harbour. Second Ice-cream stntid:-MlssSallIo 11 ass. Miss Sullle I'atton, Miss Florence Jackson and Miss j.n ia iieaumoni. Talrdico-creamstnnd: Miss Virginia Nowton nd Miss Muy Elliott. Fourth ico-cream st'ind: The Misses I.lzzlo and Jennio Geddes and Mrs. Mo Donald. Flower stand: At ss Florrlo Nuwtnn. Mian Colcalo Ouylord, Miss Mzzlo Harbour, Miss Ida i,eiiinu, juibs jennio aiouert. Tbo wholo was dlroctod by Mrs. II. Wellor, President, and -Mrs. Dr. Leinun. Treasurer, of tlio IMlESUYTKltlAN CIIUUCH SOCIETY. Other ladles renoerod elU clout assistance It was iutondod to have held tbo festival at tho Vienna rardon, but at tho last miiiuto the owner lulled to keep bis contract. Messrs. llarniscli & Ilacr then k ndlv naned their beautltul irardon to tho coinmitteo, and by untlrinjr energy tbo inomborsof the socloty contrived to make tho affair a success In every wy. LHlllT SI'AHKS. Thoro was a fair suiinlr of cduntrv nro- uueo oa jiiiniury piaza mis morninif. Local ontlon carrlod ut Hertram. and not Ilrcubam. Texas, as tho tVDo uiado us aav i torday. Tho death Is nnnnunced of VT. W. Peebv. iikuu juuro, iyiiu ima ouiy ueon is luis city six wooks. Tho Infunt daughter of Herman Itnbltsz. aued Bovcn mouths, died of tootbtnir tills inoru- inir, 111 1110 iiuru waru. Wo bear that a lino now bnlldlnir la abnrtlv Kolnirtoboputup at tho corner of Houston aim eoicuau virocts. IlcnJamln Todd, tho colored nmn who atnln tbo trunk Olllccr IIiiKhes roeovorod, has been iruusierreu iu uio counry jnn. Paul Asher has secured a eutlafnntnri- ant. t lenient on'tbo loss Incurred by him at tlio lire 111 iiie lurrei uiuok. ne recoiveu iuxj. Messrs. Haas & OnDcnbnliner adt-nrtliu, In sell at cost, prior to their removal to their now bnlldlnir. Head advertisement, and call and seo mcui. Ill EdStovcns'caso thero wernalr wltmitans not one of whom Haw h pistol In his baud, but iieani uu uAiuusiun. uno lamp, WHICH tho po llco lound broken to pieces, is supposed to unvu ueuii uiu cuuse Wo are irlad to bnnr I tint. Mlu n.irrlnirtnn. sister to Mr, Carrlnirton; tho engineer, who has boen seriously ill of typhoid fevor, is sllirbtly better. Miss Carrlnirton lives on Nortli Klorea nnu nas never uocu seriously ill beioro tho TnuaiflertoZli0 a' wugon Is loaded at their stores and driven V'-"..:.t. I",.l!,utl"i 1 1 1 ""J "n "." country, 'J ho inhabitants of North Floras stroet .mplaln.blttcrly of tho water, ThSra li To com hvdrunt wator. and , I lncThusuTdoubt oc- ro families on aomft of Is full of animal llfo. currod in ono or two its impure stuto. FA JULY JAlfU. A Conuty OMIalal Inoiraerutnd la the lUt Cuve for JeMlousy, Ijist night betweon 11 and VI o'clock as a prominent county officer was returning homo ho saw a young woman whom he knew stand ing at a drug storo talking with the clerk Thnwomnn .-,. In ).. .J nn1,,,!. I .hi... . J j ho bellovod On inquiry ho vas ticaily dls- rouble wus on ec county ofn- that suicide wus her motive. found that tbo roor woman was truoted. and learned thut hertrnubl uccouiitor nor husband, another, county ora- a. K. Adams Humpty DumptyO una y poo olttl. Ho had been from homo muoh'later than nio. v v gmm. ilnlv ifnm..i. m 1:. usual, and being unxloun about him she lud oomo to town to seek hlra. They met und tho husband angrily asked what she was doing In ft! IZofi 'Trou Jt AS HIli A athot.,.trtC to scolnii tho blow itruok, nrreitoa tho husband, Tlio wlfo followed, and wanted to offer lior Jowclry otc, as security for her husband's up- pcnioncc, nut ine niisiianiiwouiiinotuunw II. "I he drunk," asked her Interrogator, bpcnuto 11 ne u, it is ift 10 let mm remain In the nut rnvotlll bo cool off." "Oh no, indeed replied tbo wife, be Is a veryfsobor man. "Then, said he, "let us iro and set him nut, I'll go bond for hlra." Tbo wlfo dried her ores, and they both went to tho bat cave. Hem a few words of ex planation passed, nil were satisfied, the Incar cerated o Ulcer released , and ,tho husband and wlfo returned home, ns they should havo done In tho first instance, unite happily. This morning me iiuenunu wus mien, ana inns enns an unpleasant episode In the lire of h man, who Is much cstccmod and respect by all elusion In this city. LOCAL, ri!K8l)NAI.Ss in Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors nnd from VHrloua Other Hourcus. It. 8. SiatTord. 11 cnltlo man of Columbus, Is nvnierra ai me 01, i,ennaru. Mr. M. Shlve, a iromliient ultlr.cli and 6tock man of Goliad, is stuynipr at thu Central. William Hinldt, 11 merchant of Uvalde, Is In tho city to-day, and u truest ut tho Cviitrul. -Mr. N. P. Vail, late of the Vuneu bntnl. leaves shortly for Mexico, on u speculative visn. acc'onipaiilcd by his mother, uro KUests ut the ucuirui. , Major Gi J. Gooch, stock and claim airent of tho lutonintlonal, arrived from Palcstlno yes- icruay. Colonel Dan Grady, a time-honored cltl7.cn of Hastrop, passed through tbo city this murninir. Mr. S.T.Tnokc, n prominent ynunir merchant of Weiiner, Hccoinpunlod by Dr. llrown, uro m iuo ancu. -U. U.Stafford, of Coliimtiua. and (In,, run West, of Sweet Home, well-known stockmen, uru visum? iuo cuy. Mr. nud Mrs. V. Y. nnd Miss M. Pctlus arrived from Goliad yesterday ovcnlug, nnd sot out tor Austin tins morning. Colonel Duval llealc. returned from Aii.tln yesterday, and report that tho Federal court it still uusuy cnitHiruu tneru. Mr. Deurollauo. of Moxlco. bus lust returned to tills town. Ilo ba Inspected idollrst 115 kilo metres or tne bunsci extension. Mrs. Kuireno Dlirscs. neuoinnanlod liv her rumiiy, went to Annapolis yesterday. Mrs, wurges visits nor iaiucr, won is in mat city. Canbilu Shaw und wife, who havo been atnn. ninr at tho Vaueo bouse lor a week, returned to uaiius tiiHinoruinir. 11111 tuey intonii return- intrnini mil Klin.' Mm Antonio tuoir home. They wero noro on a urinal irip, nuu imosanAu tonio immensely. Undertaker's Itnvomnl. Dei's funeiiil dlreetnr'aolllcotiud wiirornninn. No. 2'. Ilium street, rear of tiostolllco : In anmu bnlldlnir with livery slablo. Thro lino hear ses, and tho only child's wblto heurso In tho city, A full stock In either branch. Ofllco mien iliiv und nlirbt. Telenbniin PMiitieetloti wiiu doiii omces. I'ruparaiiouanusiupiucntnr uouics a specialty. i-wt JMuslo In Travis Park. Mr, Frank A. Hall, director of tho Klgltth oavalry baud, sends tbo following prngramino for tho concert at Travis park this afternoon at r:30 o'clock: 1. Mitrcb. Ucmembrnnce of Iloston. Ilnoh a. Grand selection from Verdi's Opera of 3. Walt7.es, ".lohannostrleb," A. Nolhlir. 4. Grand so'cctiou from Sullivan's popular operu of Pirates of Penwnco, arranged by J. II. uiaus. H. Hong, Goodnight Fnrowol), Kucckcn. Tho Thieves Caught. Tho man James Stern, who was robbed and beaten at the International depot, was inter viewed this morning by a Lkiht reporter. His right eye was badly battorcd, and bo looks ill ana wouk , nut uoyonu tho nuovo injured mem ber no other harm wus ilono to him liv bin m eul hints. Hosttys It was cither done by a rock ui Kiuii.me.-i, uiu imi no ueuniie memory ns 10 that point. On bolng knocked down Ins watch was taken, but wo aru glad to hear that tbo colorod men, Grillln Androw and Charles inung uy name, who wero his assailants. hav been captured ami Jullod und tho purso ro uovureu my umcer itugues. IIow tho Dead vm Srohed. Mr. A. llrunt uualllled this inornlnir astern poiary ndnilntstrator in tbo estate of Domlnlco Zuccu, tlio Italian who was asphyxiated lust raturdav In the now well, on Colonel linni ranch. It now transpires that the Coroner and count- poor iioiie oinemis senrcned tho body of tho deceased utid overlooked a pocket book containing $'A which would havo been burled with tho deceased had not thu Italians tuken ohariro of thu funeral. Tlinv tnnU ilm Hm,2r,..T.Y out of tho eollln, searched lilin, und found tho monoy, which uas uoen hanuod to the admin istrator, llruilen Celebrates HU lllrthduy. ' WrtMoy yesterday at bis cool and ncn.tcred ' ranch noiir tho Second Mission, nnd several . friends in the city wero Ollterlalucd there, I Among tbo company were Judco and Mrs, ft0""!1."' Ulrloli and Mrs. Illsoho, Mrs. Fuvillei ' ,:fblti M,' Sc!'l-lm- i 6 Uwlti tt'"'1 Jonesl Dr. it." U G.avc i W,y lSEfVSll"a'.lf' A.e?l'ss?' Garclu. Edward Gilbeau. and other frletulu An oleuuut lunoli was spread, and It wus washed down by n. llbehil supply of good wine uuu uimiii)uirnu. in met iuo cniertiuiiinont was so good that tho u-iu.su wUh iim iviimi. CommMloner had a birthday every day and they could bo pvesent to cujoy It. The Dramatic Season, Tbo manairors of tlio Galveston opera hou60 havo booked oompanlos for 150 nights, wbllo "'" ." .ur.umy uus u.. Ulgllis SCCUrCU Th0 following nro some of the companies en Welby, Holland ltop.l.Mlnnlo llauck Conocr onmpany, Mlnnlo Maddern, Collier's I.'ghts 01 London. Sllvor King, Madamo ModJesku. Mad omolsollo Hb.-a, Usmoralda. Mrs. Wlitthr "p Q. C. Adams Hiimntv Dumntr n , .,i ' wrdo. Sothorn. DlSri liouelraiiit t-nWi'o Opom conioinr. Uos r SSi, Tm,urls ' SS WSfft', bolntoa rmaU to i py WASSON'S TJUAL, Tho ArclMfd Ailinlta that Ilia Kuibcnlo- "lent wus Causril by Losses lu Gambling. , The Cn.se Kiidnl unit fluliiiiltti.it , 11,. Court Hurtial Tor Adjudication nud ltepurt. Almost at tho slroko of 10 vistcrdav. thn Dicer comprising tho Wnsson court martial entered tho Commandant's office nnd took mcir seats in tholr various places. Then tbo accused was brought In, bearing a dotermlnod ct regrntful 'ook, audovldently nerved to tbo grave task ho had undcrtaken-thut of con ducing his own defence undor adverse circum stances. When tho minutes of tho l.i.t miirt hud been read and luiproved the Prosldtmt In. quired whether there wero any moro witnesses. bo nuswer was no, tbo prisoner had no fur. thorovldonco to offer, neither had tho Judgo thou tbo nccusad was culled, mid 6tood for '""'.'.'M"! admitting tho gravity of tho charges ) which ho pleaded guilty. Ilo had boon MIHINO HEAVILY IIV OA5IINO I Galveston allien .lumnirv ..,.n.,.....i the play in tho hope of rctrlovlng what ho hud lujw iiuuxpiuiiieu muy now ho had lost, und what measures ho hud taken to conceal bis crlmo. when heiinnrnnr!nt,t mii.iin .,......, ... satisfy bis private debu. In the plcturo or his distress. It wus apparent thut tbo symputhy of tbo luurt was with him, but when be subse quently attempted to Justiry wrong by wrong, twnsiHiuullyappuiont, ho was ninurcessful; Indeed tbo Major, In this part ollils defeneo i.muu iiiuttiu ui iuisikkc oi laiKing too much. vwuiu uuuviniHiiii u man s tompta tloti i and full, butnn bonnrablo body like that could not uctx'Ot tho sophistry that wrong Jus tlllcs wrong. In conclusion ho inadn an nppoal Tormorcy In tho following terms: "I nowask you. gentleman, to consider nil tbo circum stances surrounillng my acts, to doterinlnu each for hliiiM-lf the degrco of my guilt for that I uiu guilty I havo not at any tlmo denied ami uiso pray mat in adjudging tho punish, icut of inv n fence, von xlmli ,,t r,.,i punlsluncnt which has been dully Inflicted upon MY OWN OtrntAflKIl KKKMNflS. and that you will remember my senso of honor .iii .i.,vuT:iiu iuniuuullim sustuiiiuu foril ' lie time, und which Is not destroyed In h single day, und in urrlvlng at the minialun.Vt. which is to bo u.Med to that whxb inv own trim self ni i,.iu Justieobo tempered by moroy, nnd with tbb prnyo I submit my ciusc, my liitti and my fut- i no j uiigp Advocate, Coptuln .1. II. Clous, tu JOlvsu Id that ha bud tin Innn.l .!......; ... offer. Ilo was content to point out to tbo court that tho 01st article of tlio war was vie" lutod as, Indeed, the accused admitted. He oiled panillel cuses and then submitted thu cao for adjudication. . - ill' tl mur , ! '"lV0 ro""""ol u scaled authorities. The contenU, or course, Is not uuthorltutlvcly known, but It is stilted that ,o uuiutuntuiu iu iuo acouscd. AT THE IIOTKLS. Maverick, Mr. nud Mrs. F. Got.ty, Frlq comity; G. JIao. NnlvVlflnul0.',! "C,arC,f0r' WllCOi M. GrUtll. Now Orleans; G. A. Simon. Now York: It. M. Nerly, Denlson; C. Uuvls, ioulsvlllo. Monger. Cautaln 15. Turquand, llaleonis ranch; Mr.' ll?l',0Mf8V.0;l1)Hol,,0,, n,u, children. (Ion rales J. W. George, New York: Mr. und Mra Pcttiis,MlssM.Pottu, Goliad. Yunco. h. Campbell, I.oudon,Cnnada: J. Duff lln.wn M. D., Oakland; John W. Welti, C. W. Snyd r. iuik, d. i-, tieuz, liclonn. Rims' W St. Leonard, M. P. Mllbor. Austin; J.IIurdett; Austin; 11. I,. Vlugurd und brother, Kuglo Ijike: J. M. Thompson, . l'cnrsall; Madden I,. Ijit.ii.m. aco; r. sale, Frtlrvlew; Wisconsin; J. Davis. mlos. - . .ivi.uuii Hord.' S. J. Itobb, Uvnldo; Honrv Woymond, Dallas; J. A Glllls, Kansas City; C. 1). Sod wick, Hous ton; F. J. Pouton, S. It. Wulkor, Gonzules; G. iiiyrs, univesion: j . I1. Jolins. and two Mrs. Heott and two children. Amos Jones, wlfo and tbrco children, Austin: II. W. Hunt. Crockett county; C. A llowurd, j. W. Sanders! Ablllne. Central M. Wonzol, Korrvlllo; 0. Lurbeck, Kendall county; J. A. Hluckburn, Mrs. M. A. IPuck bmn, Hullettsvlllo; John T. Price. Helena: Mrs. Chuniuun nnd two ehthlr.. tri,nnJ w -u'vgory, nerrviue; J. S. Cnrr, George C. Munsis and, w U'e, Cincinnati. Ohio; W. 8. Sutlw orloiid, stookdulc; James 'IVamun, Cotulla; if. r, ?lZei, aV""2 nu,,t': J'"'" ltobonsoii Uiarlos Moody, San .Marcos: C Wright and sou McLennan county; John Vilon, ItockportV cI M. tox, lleo county; William Boliraldt, Uvoldol Kcnl Kutate Transfers. Franclscii Ijiirtiuigo. Joined by her husband, Frunolsoo Ijigrango, to Joseph Meny. lots Nos' 1, 2, II, In block 13, $'J00. Amanda J. DtguowUty to E. Minor, lots Nos. 17 nnd 31, black No. 11: also Inu Niu, i Hwarlr. tract on west 'sldo of Sun Aiitonul ,ni "Vlrtl,lJvt,,ru "" 11 halt norai of otid7 nf jwfa1 iUj1flS.0ir,MVy.nt M.'VM over survoy or Mis. H. A. Stribllng's land, botweon Nora llQou stroct and tho San Pedro ortt-k, in soul I foetof"! Vf Sn Anlonto: alsom ,,iWsi.A,'.C?roo'u 'osldont of tho San &nto fi,'?v2 '"f oonipuuy.-to Anton fcohoouort. lot No. Si. rango ft. dlitrlct 1, Jim Hoirt, 0 IvrrT. llutohtnsnn to s nnV a -t.... ... i. i" fi'tiii ' ."" ,,u'1 'a'nuy. Cuero; It. 1;.. U llllamson and lady, Loon county; J. A Klrby and wlfo. Chicago: J. M. VuRser. St lledwigi H p. Dea-lug, Cherry Springs; H, YY,n'S' 1".a1?ll,1.,,0,V K- Thompson. Srudo J. II. Schinldt, W.A.Gororth. Du PrV; o. H "."J'iV 9 Howsviile: 8. It. Patterson, liykr wroe of. turvoy No, Ti ?190U, ' '