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The San Antonio Light.
TUESOAT. JULY 17. 1883. MRS. L. H. MOSS, -TI112 RADIUS' SIIOK STOKE." 420 Knst Houston Strcot (Cor. Alamo Plazu). Sun Antonio, Texus. Ladies' Mimas' CliHdrcus' Shoes Inclusively. Ladles only In charge. Uvory lady can lo guaranteed nn eusy, nlco una per iod llttlng shoo, MEXICAN CURIOSITIES! Mexican Wntc Coolers, ltefrWerutcrs, WatT CVlcrfi, Water Plltors, Ico-crcam Freezers. Hilling Aparnius, Him nuwor run, ly Traps Illril Cages, iittmmoes, irouuoi r-ets, Lawn Toiinlo, Lunch llaskcts, Patent Mutter Churns Oil Stoves, Furnaces, Washing Machines, Mangles. Fluting Machines, Agate Ware, .Mason's Fruit Jars, Crockery and Olasswnro, House Furnishing Hoods, Woodm and Wlllowwaro, Cheap I Cheap ! Cheap 1 Cheap 1 At WAGNER'S BAZAAR. LOCAL NEWS. i Second and Work on the Sunset Extension. Work on the Sunset extension in Mexico is been pressed forward at the rate of about two miles per day, and the contractors expect to reach Saltillo in August next. Another Veteritu l'onslouecl. Mr. F. L. Paschal applied to the County court for the usual pension due to a Texas veteran and it was granted. Mr. Paschal was fully entitled to this consideration. Unsafe. The railing of the bridge over the Sah Pedro, on Commerce street, is down on the south side, and is very dangerous at night for predestri- ans, especially those who are drunk. Aecldently Hurt. The LIGHT is sorry to hear that Mrs. Ida Francis, of the Vaudeville theatre, while tie- scendiug the stair case, slipped and sprained her ankle badly. The lady is confined to her Improving. Rosalia Quintero, the Mexican who shot his horse, and then himself through the leg by accident while on a shooting expedition on the Ciholo, is rapidly improving, and the doctors do not think it will be necessary to amputate his leg. X Strauge Connuntlriuu. " What is the difference," asked a gentle man of the Light commissioner, "between Jay Minter and a certain widow ?" "I don't know" was the reply. "Well," said the pro- pounder, "one is a Jay, and the other a jay-de." ltecorder'a Court. Franco Garcio, drunk, $5 ; Hias. Woods, insulting language, $;; Alfred Geiger, beat ing, $5; F. Cuppert, drunk, $5 j Hen Rossy, drunk, $5 ; Antonio Saldana, drunk, $5; S Wheal, vagrancy, $2 or two days ; M, Cross Insulting language, $5. Normal School Proceedings. After the opening prayer, a talk grammar, suojeci "verD ana vernals, was given by Professor W, C. Rote, and after a brief recess, the oercises were resumed by an interesting lesson on drawing, given by Pro' fessor Hillscher. This was followed by a conversation, by Mr. M. E. Reading, on English composition, and a talk on arithmetic1! by Mr. Uerlinger, The meeting was then adjourned. . Building Permits. I.. L. Lee, lumber dwelling, 42142, south side of Grayson street; $4,000. C. Stuteiman, lumber dwelling, 16x15, north side La Chappelle street; $150. J. II. Ililoheadsky, lumber brewery and ice house 51x56, norlh side of Grand avenue; $12,000. W. Laind, lumber addition to dwelling, 14x20, south side of Nolan street. J. Walch, lumber dwelling, l8xj2, south side Hays street; $1,000. L. O. Howell, lumber office, 12x16, north side of Matamoras street, $125, LOCAL l'KKSONAM. Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors mid Various Other Source!. I'hlt Die, Jr., U roportod quite sick. JtidguDuok, of PIciiMitilon, Is nt tho Con trol. W. It. Wallace, Attorney ot Custrovlllc, Is staying nt the Ccntrnl. Marshal Hal (losllng urrlved. at tho Maverick loat iiltrlit. Captain V. V. Phelps, V. S. A., arrived from llrackctt. facnor Fcllpo VllloguJ, from tba City of Mexico, Isut thoMcngcr. Mr. H. ltontcl. attorney o' Castroyllle, Is a guest nt the Maverick. Judiro Xoonun Inn (rone to Castrovlllo to spend Ills summer vacation. Mr. II. O II. Gerald, Judgo of McLennan county. Is at tho Maverick. Paul Ashcr leaves Sunday for Now Vork, to buy goods lor tho tall trade Major W. II. Hurgess and Mr. John It. Jellcr son, of Scguin, aro ut the Monger. S. V. W, Joins, ot liiglc I'hss, passed through tho city yesterday, en niiito for Corpus Chrlstt. Messrs. (J. M. Colo mid J. (1. Shannon, mer chants of Corpus Uhrlatl, nro at tho Maverick (1. Dick, A. l.cuftenborg and family, well known citizens of Columbus, havo rooms at tho Central. W. 8. Hller, James Diilrynysle, Mr. and Mrs. Sproul, prominent citizens of ovulde, uru guests ut tho Coutral. Mr. J. M. Dcgollado, tho inspector for rail roads rorsovcial States In Mexico, arrived this tnornlnir ut tho Mcnger hotel. Messrs. J. und Joseph .MacCullocli, of New Orleans, returned from u trip to tho West, whero tupy have been prospecting. l'lill Dot, of (lalvest n, was In Sun Antonio Sunday. Thouuh ho hriigx uhuilt the tlnu bench of that cl'v, still he thinks thero Is nn place like fan auiouio. J. K. Longiiccker, popular horse trader of Atlanta, III., hus retumeil from a successful trip, and Is ready lor niiother shipment. Ho has lilt headquarters ut tho Central. Mr. Hodges of the Sunset, lias had leavo of absence granted to him tor two mouths. He and his family will shortly start for the North. LIGHT MI-AUKS. Another barrel houso bus been opened near the Sunset depot. Three new Jewelry houses aro to be opened on Commerce street. A one horsu wuiron run nwiir 011 Commerce strict this morning. No burin was done. In tho ltecorder'a court thl mornluir four cases were dismissed nud three continued. Mr. Coiner hus sold his Interest In tho llrm or .Maury & Co., to Stephen Maury for SIKH). I.lillo Muldooti. aired four months, died known. Green ushers created some confusion with eserved scut ticket holders at Turner hull last night. This mornluir tho Hocordcr lined J. It. Ilolanil for breaking a wild horse In the uuuo streets. l'manucl Abrahams has erected over his xtoro one or tnu prettiest from signs In the city, nauu uy u. ii. .mieucr. A Mexican named Diaz was lined Si", In he Ilecoider's court this mornluir tor conceal- tig u razor about his person. Mr. Henrr Fellle and Miss Louis A. Her. Icaux will shortly eutsr tho bonds of matri mony, Cupid UKUin at work. Died on tho ICth Instant, tho Infant duuirh. tor of John II. und Clara K. Uoldmun, rosldenco is nanus street, sun Antonio. Tho death Is announced of tho liifmit child if John anil Clara Uoldman. from homorrhuuo ii inu mugs, mioriij uiior uirin. Old Chrysler was In Strusbcrir ir's saloon this morninir. Ho found that It whs dllllmilt to keep erect, und yet ho could talk with grcut case. A sllhscrllir of tho I.lflllT. llvlnc on R.ivt uoniiuerco street, near ino Arueitor vcreln ball, complains ttiut tnu city scavenger has not ucen urounu lor nearly two month. A Bciics of minstrel oiitertulnuientR for Jouhs' garden havo beoi urruiurcd for tho weex, una uou uotion, tuny Aaums aim Fran els Kennedy aro to tukc part in them. The Sun Antonio illuesnreludlirniintnt tho Sun Antonio correspondent of tho Austin Sintesuiuu for sending a false report of their recent friendly bitsa bull play with the Athletic ciuo. 81m Hart Is ahead of all tobacco dealers selling clirarettes6 cents a uuckHiro and mark ing uowii uu 111s siock ut low tigures. Sim Is Uo- lerminou to succeeu u low prices will Induce ouyers. The I.imiT omitted to siuto that Mrs. Schobe notSchuub wus lined $'.'5 for her tit toinpt to iracture unicer uoian s skiiii. l.vl- ueiiiiy inoiaw noes nui piuce great value upon niai uriicie. Ki'iist Jambols und I'ltgono Jambols, two laus ugeu id unit ii years, cousins to .Mr. Henry Keille. on the Main ulaza. did 101111, verv o lit. ublo amateur printing for tho uoove named gentleman. Au Kngllshman and a Mexican had nn alter cation this morning upon tho moral character of yueen Victoria, und but for friendly Inter ference forcibleurguments would have ensued on untn siues. Mr. Howawl C. Cooko'Hgug In Muscot last nignt, utere s uo tax on gaiuD iug," hroueht a long and continuous round of uppluuse, but whether principle or tho lilt was approved of -Cupt. Ulynn Turriuand authorizes the I.IOMT tostato that thero is no truth In the statement that tho Texas I'oln club nre ubout to disband. They will pluy at the Hulcones ranch on next Saturday. The Item In tho I.lfinr about undertakers wus tho primary cause of 11 little dltferonco between undertakers. In which both accused the other of giving pointers to the reporter. 110111 ivra wrung uuu lunuuaiuiy no uioou- shed ensued. MORTUARY HEI'OIIT. Dentil Itepert In Han Antonio for, the Week lCudlnc Monday, Jnly 10. John Thornton, aged "I years, phthisis pul monale, stranger; burled by the city. Mlcres I vara, aged 11 months, enterocolitis. Caroline Morris, aged 'M years, murdered; in quest. A. J. Pnrsms. nged2 months, cntcro colitis. F.leuunru Zork, aged 11 years, enteritis. Ilcrtha Wltthoff, aged 16 months, remittent fever. W. II. Sllbey, aged 10 months, unknown causes. Ison lllanchlul, ngod 10 months, oholera in' funtum. Mary Theresa Mandry. aged 0 months, measles Olrliiu Ivara, ngod W years, typhoid fever, stranger: buried by t ocfty. Henry Fletcher, aged years, Intestinal hemorrhage from malarial fever Juno Slleneks, aged 1U days, thrush. F.llzu l'arkes, nged 2 years, nntero colitis. Mrs. Van der Struuten.uged M yeurs, typhoid fever. Manuela Mendcz, ugod .U years; cancer It. Itlchardson, aged 47 years, hemorrhage of tho lungs. Otto Iniifsli, aged 2 yrari, ckronlodlarrlnn . For Kent. Furnished houso for rent dii'lng tho summrr mouths, No, 27 MutBgnrda ttreet. Inquire of iUIIH. 11, A, VI ILLS, ltesolutlons of Smypatliy A special mcetlnu of tho V. II. l Garrison lodge No. 8. Held at their hall on Monday ovrnlng, July 10. IWi- The following nrelrablo and resolutions worn unanimously adopted : . . Whereas, It has pleased tno aimigntiy uou, tho supremo ruler of the universe, to remove from our midst our belnvod brother, and fel- low-member. Henry Fletcher, therefore, In vloir of tho loss wo havo sustulned, and tho still heavier loss) occasioned nt his respectod relatives, be It llesolved, That tho members of this lodge hereby desire to express thslr senso of borcavo ment and grief nt tho loss nt one of their most faithful and most gifted momborsnnd to record the onjoymetitand prolltwhlch thuy havo long hud In genial, social qualities, and the brilliant, Intellectual nciiulrements of the dcccasd. lU'Solved, That we slneorely sympathize with thorolutlves and near friends of our late be loved associate and that we rospectfully com inoiid thorn for consolation to that Divine rower which, though somo tuno inscruianio 111 Its disponsatloDS, yet docth all things well, ro.d 1 n mirn Hint to them, as to us, there Is comfort In tho kuowlcdgo that the deceased was not only nonoruuie out mnuiy inuuru snects, but was also a devoted and consistent Christian. ..... Resolved. That tho secretary or tuts longe bo Instructed It) send 11 copy or those resolutions to tho relatives of the deceased as u testimonial of our grief and sympathy llesolved, that these resolutions tie proneny recorded In tho minutes or this lodge, nnd also published In one of the dally papers of this city. J. w. IIANKK, Joseph II am,' Committee The First Hale of Cotton Sold. The bale was sold at auction this morning at 11 o'clock in front of the Merchants' Ex change, and was sold by Pctilpain & I,ea to Messrr. I. N. Efron & Co. for 22 cents per pound. It was afterwards paraded through the street. . Acquitted, Justice Adam this morning investigated the charge made by Mrs. Lilly against Minter, an attorney, for having embezzled the sum of $31 30. After hearing the evidence, the Jus tice dismissed the case deciding that there was no evidence against the accused. Another Athletic Candidate. From the Boston Post. Mr. Edmunds has climbed up Mount Shas ta, and may therefore be classed among the robust and sinewy candidates tor the presi dency. Hut where is the candidate who will shin liunker hill monument ? Editors in Bolivia who make themselves obnoxious to the government, sometimes have their ears bored. Exchange. And in this country, when they make themselves onnox ious to individuals they sometimes have their bodies bored with bullets. Ulanco City Mar-Vindicator. Wanted. A good nurse for smull children. Inquire 1 .-17-t 817 Accqula street. Louisiana Lottery Tlckots For salo only at Shu Hurt's clgur store, Main plaza. Doit 11 to the Very llottoin. Wolfsou Is Helling furniture at bottom prices. from tho commonest to tho llnesl manufac tured. Hvery liduscleoper should uvull them selves of thounnoi-tuiiltv of lining lit) u houso nt a small cost. Parlor seta, bed room sets, tables, chairs, wardrobes, mfes, lounges, miit trrsses, curtain goods, damasks, table cloths, napkins, bedspreads, of every variety. .Mr. vt nusnii nas iiccoiumnuaiing cici'KS, won win tuke pleasure In showing you through this Im mense, establishment. Wolfsou also has a com plete lino of curiiots nnd mattings, of tho best miike, and olleied at low tigures. T-ll-.t Cheap for Cash. A desirable city block near tho Sun Pedro springs, or lots on tho Avcniio. Apply to . It. llll.TUA.UO icsi Houston su Tno Canaries Stolen on last Saturday, from 101 Washington square. Otiv a leinale, spottcd.'.tho othei 11 mule, deep vellow. Tho cairo Is n suiliiru wire, red painted. Five dollars will bo paid for return, und 110 questions uskcu. .-lu-st l'luniblng Done by Maury Sc Co. is guaranteed for a year, and does not need recalling every week, be cause 11 is uono wen. .-iu-ii Mats In endless variety and all tho latest stylos yot can tlnd at Cohen & Koenlgheltn's, SOU und III rM4-tr Win a Fortune In tho Auirustdrawlnirof tho Louisiana lottorv. Capltul prize, $"R,0OO. Tickets ut Sim Hurt's clgur store. City Property For Sale. I have forsulo several cottngo houses nnd lots. On uceount of my leaving tho city, will sell cheat), call 011 1. N. Peterson, or Ilieuemun x llergstrom, Attorneys, soieuuu sticot. Itock House for Sale ut a IlurgHlii. In Third ward, with stable and carriage house, nlco garden nud slmdo trees. Must bo sold ut once, rrlcoajtiu. w. u. Hilton, 208 jvllosuton st. For Salo for Less than Cost. A line liquor saloon. Inquire of W. Is. Hilton, 203 W. Houston St. Just ICeeelved. Tho very latest In colored-bordered liandkn chiefs and neckwear nt Cohen & Koenlgholm's mj auu uu Main piazu. 6-H-tf Hoys, suvo your dimes und speud your nlokels at Sim Hart's. Cigarettes fi cunts u pscKuge and iiood as tne nest. Two large, airy rooms, near (lerinan-MiiB lish school. Inquire ot L. oolluor, tit dole frunk, Frank & Co.'s ' 7-H-;it Desirable Houses ami Ixits for Sale, Wow cotuigo with two corner lots, very cheap ut I2VXI. Httudsoiiiu ooltuiro on Avonnii Oac$3'00. Nloe now houso on corner jot ut jwiuu hock coitugo 011 Aveiiiio k at S':sl). Huveral now cot I ages near Milam siiuaro troui Slum uiiwaiil. city lots from s;. unwnrcl Apply to W. II. II1TON, 208 W Houston ttiect You Will Find ISverythlng In gout's furnishing goods from tho rnenH!fli to thounoHt utcutien & Kocnlgliolm's, Maui piaza. o-H-tl Now spring clothing and bats just In. . Panooast ft Bon. !j. joske Respectfully announce to their custoinors and tho trndo generally that their assortment of CLOTHIN C3r! Is complete, and will bo kept so through tho seosou. Youths' nnd boys clothing, shirts and shirt waists, In great vnrloty. Wo nro enlarging constantly our shoo depart ment, and havo at present tho best assortment of SHOES and SLIPPERS taTTor ladles, misses, children nnd gentlemen's wear, and Just received afullllnoof PINK 01'F.HA SI.IPPHltS. Ij. rouvantT 883 Commcrco strcot, San Antonio, near Main plaza, makes a specialty of tho vory finest Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. Repeaters, striking hours and Muarters; repeaters, striking hours, quartos, minutes: celebrated Adolph Schneider anil Howard watches: chronographs, murklng tilth second; calendar watches, showing the month, day of tho month, day of tho wcok, and change of tho moon. Watches for engineers, train hands, yard men, stockmen, ranchmen, In gold, silver and nluklo of uvory des cription. Tho wutch repairing department being under my crwnal supervision, und ns I havo worked In tho host establishments In Iondon, Paris and Ucnova, I can repair any complicated watch thoroughly. 77-3 m HUGO & SCHMELTZER, COMMERCE STHEKT, SAN ANTONIO, TEX IS. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS for W. J. LEMP'S BEER, DUVLGIIT AM) DUIlItLH Ei J& Ei "FL iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimMi3 4iiiiiniiiiiiuniiuiuiuiiiiiiiiiiimH Durability ! Economy iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin siitiitiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiimiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Patent Pole Tip s No. 12, So let! nil Strcot, Sun Antonio, Toxuh. Pawnbroker's Sales Con tinue During the Week. MASCOTTE Audran's popular opera, by San Antonio Juvenile Couipiiny, Wednesday, July 18, 1883. I.OHENZO XVII Mr. Hownrd C. Cooko IIOCCO, it fanner Mr. J. K. Hurrold FltUHKUICK, Prince of Pisa, Mr. Itob't ilucker MVI'IIKO, inu keeper Mr. John Cresson IIKTl'INA, the Muscot Miss llortio Jones Fl AMU IT A Miss Helena .Ionia Actl. Scenont Vintage Feast. Act2. ltocop tlon ltonui in Pulucuof Lorenzo XVII. Act 3. Court Yard of an Italian Inu. Full Orchestra ami Clinriis, Splen did Costumes. Orchestral parts arranged by Frank A. Hall, Leader I'lghth Cavalry band. Howard C. Cooko, Manager; Otto W. Hllgors, Muilcal Director. Ucuoriil itdmisston GO cent, reserved seals T5 cents. Reserved scuta for salo ut Hlscbe's. SUEKl' VOltHAUC. One Lot BOO Kwes. " ' WJ0 " " " 1200 " " " 1800 Kwes and Lambs. " " arm Kwes nnd Wethers. " " 5S00Bhoep with leaso of Itnneho. " " 7000 Shoop with leuso of Ilancho. CHAIIOT.MOSS & CO. ;W()()L COMMISSION 1IOUS1I. Wo aro prepared to reculvo Wool on consign ment, making Liberal Advancements tin same. CHAIIOT, MOSS & CO., 4-U-tf Ban Antonio, Tolas. Cohen Koeiilchelm l'xhlblt tho finest lino of balbrlggun and llslo thread . N 1) K UNDUHWIsAn Ot their own Importation, Ht.tf & sons tho CELEBRATED KXF0UT Iluri'LKI). S INT 7 S gllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllll I Safety! Liirhi Draft! CilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllli Neck Yoke Clamp SELLING OUT COST! On Soptoinbor 1 wo shall removo to tho Now llulldlng, corner Coiumerco und Navarro streets, and previous to our removal wo otter our F.NTIHH STOCK of Dry floods, Hosiery und Notions at strictly cost. These aro bar gains for everyone A. Blum! Koenigsberger, - "48 Commerce Street. Sure to l'lenae. Mr. Wolfson say ho is conlldnnt ho can please tho tusto of tho most fastidious lady, and gives thorn a special Invitation to call und eco his goods beforo purchasing, 7-13-l.'t City Drug Store. F.lllotf & ltagland. No. 8 liist Commerce street. Stock entorely now and fresh. Tho Indies aro rospectfully Invited to call und ciamlno our stock of toilet articles, porfumery, soups, combs and brushes liv great variety, ut lowest prices. Prescriptions a specialty. (lermau and Spanish spoken. 7-2-liu After Lone Trial We Und that tho Continental Ink nnd mucilage gives general satisfaction. Novor hud a com. plaint. Hverythlng In stationery lino at M-lm llAi.uwiN'B. 257 (Jommorco Ht. Pleoo goods by tho suitor yurd for spring. PANOOABI & BON.