The Evening Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 59, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 29, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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THURSDAY JHAJIOII SO 1883.
oVk. IlllRNKMAN. O80AII UEIU18TIIOM
BltliiVEJM 4 BEIMiSTltOH
Attys- i GouDscllors-at-Law.
:J2 Solcdad St. X. of Courthouso.
BAN ANTONIO THXAS.
Alt kinds of legal business solicited. German
Spanish nml Swedish spoken anil written.
A Fragment of u Kmimrhiililo I'oom.
As III tlm stillest night
Thu llst'nlng ear cunsomothlng hear;
Anil In tlio humblest wlght
Tlio searching eyo may good espy;
So inn both Whig und Tory
Find KlndriCBM. Joy mid rest
In that everlasting ttlory ' . .
(JAM.AUIIKII'S IIUST. 3-i-lm
Tho Central Hotel lSooms.
Tlio Control Hotol lielng In tho very center
or tho city hotween the two delfts with sttcet
rain In trout running to and from all public
placed. In tho cheapen tlrst-cluss hotel in thu
city lit Sl-00 to S1.S0 pit day. . Kngllsh Herman
Freuch Spanish and Holland spoken. 3-SMm
Wanted to K .SlioppinC.
Tlio liorso attached to llergstrom's buggy
took rrlght opposite Zorko's store tills morning
nnd got Its leg over tlio shafts. It then made
fruntio ctlorU to go Into tho store but tho uxlo
caiiKlit on tho lire hydrant and prevented litl-
nilincntor Its deslro. Tho buggy was much
Ileforo the llrldgo Was Unlit.
" Threo years ago'"' said Mr. Stephen Oould
as lio looked down Xuvarro street to-day
" this street was but an alley with mud knee
deon and n houso stood In tlio middle of it.
whllo over tlio river thero wus only a little foot
brldiro. Now there Is n substantial bridge we
hnve n street of nvonitro width ami on it good
sidewalks will soon bo completed.
Tim Late Felix Smith. -
Messrs. I. C. Grothuus Mr. T. G. Anderson
andJ. It. Mason as n committee of tho bar
yesterday presented tho following resolution
to Judge Noonan and they wcro adopted:
Whereas Hon. Felix O. Smith late County
Judge of ilexar county has been removed
from nur midst bv death at Uonzttles on Sun-
day .March Sj. ltWJ be It
Itesolvcil That In his dcnilso the county
loses ono of Its most true and patriotic citizens
loyal imd doyoted to Its best Interests; tills
community a worthy and honored citizens: the
profes slon a member lvcoirnlzed for his ability
und integrity and his lamlly u kind and loving
husband and father.
Itesolvcd That wo tender to Ills family our
heartfelt sympathies In this their hour of great
Resolved That these resolutions be spread
upon tho tnluutesof tho District and County
Tho Kusscll caso Is on .trial In tho Federal
Davy Jones tho conductor's pet. "took the
cako" last night at the fulr. Ho drew It.
Furniture of a live-room hnimo for sale
corner (Julncy street and San l'edro avenue.
Ilv. Kclloy will preach to-night In the
Macedonia lMptist church at 8 o'clock. Sub-
Tt is renortod that Contain Phil Iiraubach
resigns Ills position as Assistant I'ostmu&ter bc-
cuusoor in iieuim.
Mr. Walter Scott l puttinijr down n mos-
Suito block pavement on .S'avaro street on the
-Tho Woman's Christian Temperance t'nlon
will bold a meeting to-morrow at the Trinity
church ut Aim p. tn.
&Lost between tho Casino and Fourtli street
a 1aro tlllgreo scarf pin. rinder wjii here-
warded on returning it to this olllcc. It
Horsemon say a racowlll probably occur ut
San Vodro Springs Saturday afternoon In
which little Miss Ilrltton may tako part.
A Medina coal company wagon broko down
on Dolorosa street this morning and stopped
the street until transferred to another wugon.
"Four cases and only $r lines" wus tlio re-
mark Assistant City Clerk Marx made when
a Lkiiit representative Interviewed lilin this
Two Mexicans Indulged In u pugilistic en-
counter on Washington square last night to
tho dollght of many admiring' spectators. No
Kx-Bbcrllf Ocorifo H. Schmldtt of Comal
COUIII.V in HI l"n. n iiwn i:un u''ijiiui-ii
rtintalii of tho Stato troops vice Captain Mc-
Kltinoy and will go on duty In about eight
Tho Tom Howaril-lJinkln atfray ease was
partially disposed of this morning. Mr. Ijinkln
iippeurcd and thechargo was dismissed against
him. As Mr. Howard did not appear an alius
warrant was oniereu ror ins arrest.
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors nud
From Vnrlons Other Sou rem
Mr. It. H. Ilurney of Kcrrvllle Is visiting thu
Dr. J. Kubank of Virginia is a guest nt tho
Mr. Sldno.v Houston of Jewett is at tho
Mr. C. Ntclnwiild of New York Is now nt the
Mr. Dwlght Trodway of St. Louis Is now
visiting tlio city.
Colonel A. H. Olllingham of Eaglo Pass Is
no at tho Mengor.
Mr. Samuel Kerr of Now York Is registered
at tho Hotel Maverick.
Mr. H. J. Carey Tostmaster of Gonzales la a
IT jest t tho Hon! hotel
Mr. A. W. flair proprietor of tho American
hotel Hoorne is registered at the Ilord hotel.
Colonel John It. JolTereon of Tom Green
county Is now n guest at tho Hotel Maverick.
Malors J. W. Anderson and J. W. I.lll-y
have arrived at tho Central hotel from Suther-
Captuln O. AV. Polk Assistant Chief Engineer
of tho Sunset In charge of tho Fredericksburg
railroad Is In tho city.
W w ilium uooompanlod by his family. Is at
ino Monger noiei. Mr. iii-i k prunuiiviii.
nicrcliunt of Fredericksburg
Vr.T.W f. Ilnlv unit Mr. Dan Tavlor re
turned this morning from Cupola farm bring-
ing with tliuui very mio mines.
Henrcsentatlvo Thompson Is In Austin hot
yot feeble and has for somo llmo boinunablo
to attend sewloim of thu Legislature.
Mr Hurry lluum liusroturiird from a trip out
west. He nccoiiipnnled tho Mourno-Moxlcan
excursion into Mexico unit was much pjcaiod
FOOD FOR HKFLIXTION.
Tlio lA-Rlslaturn'n Seemingly I'rlroloua
Manner or Disposing ol .Snljccts
This Is the way they legislate at Austin:
The Senate having jone Into Committee of
the Whole to consider the Appreciation bill
the pending question was declared to lie the
amendment to strike out "university" thus
making the appropriation from the general
revenue for tnaintainieg the Agricultural and
Mechanical college. Adopted.
The question recurring on adoption of the
amendment to strike out $!2ooo for paying
expenses of state students
Bingham to amend providing for one stu-
dent from each senatorial district to be ap-
pointed by the board of education and ap-
propriating $4500 to pay their expenses.
The question recurring on motion to strike
out It was adopted.
lTeuder offered a substitute for the entire
section appropriating $50000 for the support
of the college necessary appliances and for
Houston to amend reducing the amount
to $10000. Adopted.
Pfeuffer to amend striking out $10000 and
inserting $25000 for each year. Adopted.
I'feuffcr's substitute as amended was then
Houston to amend appropriating $12200
each year from general revenue for support
of the college.
1 ravlor. to amend amendment by increas
ing the amount to $15000. Adopted.
Davis to amend providing that half of the
amount lie paid out of the University fund.
Houston's amendment as amended was
ItccruitsJolin C. ltoblnson and Charles M.
I.owry enlisted by thu recruiting nlUccr nt Sun
Antonio Texas nro nsslgned to company IC
Under authority from tho Lieutenant Gen
eral dated tho -Dili Instant the commanding
officer Fort Clark Texas will grunt u furlough
for two months with permission to go beyond
the limits ot tho Military Division ol tho Mis-
souri to Private Henry It. lliihniian troop I)
llocrult tieorgo McNeil enlisted by tho ro-
rullilnr ntlieer ut S-lti Antonio. Texas. Is its-
signed to company K Sixteenth Infantry.
itecruii mum iirnuv ennsicci oy mo re-
r ill 1 1 hit officer at Fort Davis. Texas. Is assigned
to company K Sixteenth liiliuitry.
k I'mlcr authority through the Adjutant
General of thu Army dated tlio -'1st instant:
the commanding olllcer Fort Davis. Texas will
grant a furlough for four months to Private
Smith E. Spink .company I Sixteenth Infan
try- to taKe enci niter re-enusimunt.
Thu recruits now at thu post of Sun Antonio
Texas for tho Nineteenth liifiintrv. hit as
signed us lollows:
compsny a tort Hiuggoni jiiicneii iioirat
.lames Hums John N. Cronlti Victor Ehrcn
l'liomas Kelluy Francis Mi Ciinu. Thomas Mor-
Morrlson Thomas Schnepper.
uompany i tun iiuncan unanes Allen
.lames llurkr l'riink llrtisli Frank P White.
Compaiiv F. Fort Mcintosh -Thoinns C Itnw-
man John J. Ilplauy John I.'. Oaks.
Company II. Fort ltliwgold -Henrv A. Ilren-
tinn Nicolas llyrnu Junius Cuinmliigs Antonio
no .Moniuiuaii. manes rarntvoriii .101111 Ken-
nedy. Amos A. Lincoln. Thomas McC'ornilek.
James II. Moran John O'NIel Michael Vice
James W'anl Hollln II. Whltlock.
Company I Fort ltlnggold-William Calhoun
Matthew Dudley Thomas Oough Cliurles Huls-
kotter Wlhliim Hulskottcr Tleriiurd Kenny
John Miller Henry Ulchers Eilward A. Von
Thu eommanillug ofllcer of the nost of Snn
Antonio Texas utter looking totliu completion
ofthuiiocessiiry paiK'is will forward tliom to
iiieir respective ucMiiiaiioiis.
Ulio aetncliment lor Fmt
'out to Fort Mi!lnti!.li. (lien
mr olllcer of that nost will forwnnl with Ural
Tlio Quartermaster's Department will fur-
nish thu necessary traiisnoriittlnii
t Thu coiimiauillng olllcer post ol'San Antonio
letenid to In parugniiih VI of this order all
l ecrults and other unlisted men. at that ikwi.
tor Forts Hrown Duneiin lllnggolil and Mu
iiiiusii luxas 10 meir respective ilestlna-
tlnns. Tho detachments for Forts lllnggolil ami
Drown will hu set to Fort Metntrwli - tlw.i...
tho eonimaui'lug olllcer of that post will for-
ward with tlrst passing detachment.
Tho Quartermaster's Department will fur-
nisii lnu neccHNiry ransporiuiiim.
Ily order of llrfgiuller Gencnil Augur:
Assistant Adjuhmt Genural
The report that a company of Italians have
settled near Palestine with a view of engog
ing in grape culture serves to recall attention
to the fact that portions of Texas posssess all
the physical requirements indispensably ne-
cessary to the successful pursuit of that voo
tion. The profitsjaccrulng would be enormous
for the tendency at present is to favor pure
native wines in preference to high-priced im-
portations about the quality of which there
is always more or less doubt. If we give
proper attention to viticultural pursuits their
extent and character may in a few years entitle
them to rank with the present great industries
of the State.
A Telephone Monopoly Scouted.
From thu St. Louis GIobe-Deuiocnit.
A dispatch appearing in the morning papers
yesieroay loinecucci inai me western union
Telegraph company and Jay Gould were
scheming to cot possession of the telephone
companies of the country by certain stock-
jobbing manipulations a reporter yesterday
called upon Mr. Durant General Manager of
inc DCli 1 cicinuiic tumpaiiy ui 11115 ciiy 10
ascertain if there was any truth in the state
ment. Mr. Durant slated that he placed no
credence in the rumor and that he was confi
dent that it was not true from the simple fact
that the telephone interests of the country
wtr 10 1 vancu m scaucrco 10 ue laxen in
by such a scheme. If there was one manace
ment such a proposition might be possible
Tnere were however several distinct comnan-
les. There were four sei arate companies in
Mis'ouit and at least 125 in other parts of
the United State' making it almos' impossible
according to his views of Ihe matter for a
' combination to obtain possession of the entire
telephone system 01 uie country. Alr.Uurand
I also added incidentallp. that he did not take
I much stock in a statement in a special to the
I Globe-Democrat Irom Cleveland 0 that
telephone connection had bten cstablsHed
bctwi en Cleveland and New York City He
vixs not prepared to siy that such a thing was
imp ricf nui me ambits appcarcu 10 nave
been wrtlen wllh the view of advertising a
certain kind of wire.
A Crisis la Civilization.
Do you think human nature has improved
in all these thousands of years ? Do you think
men are really anv wiser or better or stronger
thtn they were thousands ol years ago T Take
your Greek statue and you have as fine an ex-
pression of the human face as you can find to-
diy. Take what has comedown to us of their
eloquence of their generalship and you will
Unci them not inferior to the men of the day.
Yet their civilization perished as civilizations
before theirs perished torn to pieces by
lorces generated by the growth of iniquity.
And the same Question Is beine presented to
m now in this century as it was presented to
them. Vc must in some way stop the progress
of this equality; we must tind some way of
c iming back to the natural plane or we will he
overthrown. All this disquiet which moves
the world means something; it means that the
time is almost here II it has not already come
when our civilization must take that move
forward or go down.
A Buffalo man had a dream the other night.
in which he witnessed a fire-drill in a public
school of that city. When the alarm rani? out
every teacher and pupil was instantly in the
proper place. Just as the signal "go" was
given a bad boy Buffalo claims to have one
or two bad boys shouted: "My what a rat 1"
witli a yell that would make a band of Indians
white with envy every teacher was on the
benches followed by every girl in school.
One Lot t0 Ewes.
" 1000 "
" isno "
" iw "
" ItJeO Ewes and Weathers.
" 13(10 Muttons.
CHAUOT M0S8 & CO.
WOOL 0O.MM1SSION 1IOUSK.
ment making Liberal Advancements on same.
111 MIDI .MDBS cc (J.
(11-tf Han Antonio Toxo.
Star anil Target Shooting
Of tho San Antonio Shooting association Sun-
day April 1 at thu Leon.
It 'HIE COMMITTEE.
Acounlo of gentlemen can gut hoard in a
private family by nppljlug nt 4:w Cumcion
Andsntlns. In all colors and stvlo. Persian
lawns nun's veilings In ull slmilesjust received
ut Josko & Sous' Alamo street. il-AI-tf
Wanted u Woman Cook.
Annly nt -T Sail l'edro avenue nt the Thomi
Ladles anil gentlemen to ranviiss for books
and alliums. Agents making three dollars a
lav. APlily nt 'Ut est Commerce St.. room
Everybody can play tho clurinnu. Go to
Ithoillus & Tempsky s and convince yourself.
largo lot of new goods nro now being
opened nt Wolfson's und will lie 011 wile to.
morrow luiru iiiirguinsuroouereii. .kj-ii.
Olio Hundred Curds Wood.
Ho Not Full
To call 011 Harry ll.uiin k Co. before purchas
ing uuiiioriua unit impnriou wines us you can
savu I rom 15 to per cent. II-MIw
In demllohns. from SI. SO nor trillion nud on
wards. Per bottle M cools ami upwards.
(-UJ-.W ilAHKV 1IAIIM .V CO.
Ono of the largest stocks in tho city can bo
found at J. Josko & Sons' Alamo plaza. :t--1-lf
It v two gentlemen n furnished r'om and
ft utile und yard room lor two horses and spring
WIlL'Otl. jllllrCS3 41!l I'iltSl Houston HI. -s-.it
Per gallon. SI and upwards: per bottle. CD
cents ami upwards.
;j-3J-W IIAIII1V ii.mim a; lo
Plymouth Itoek Kgc for Sale.
Puro breed for setting: l.'levira for Address
P. O. box 4:HJ San Antonio Texas. I-i;t
Good Saloon for Sale
Tn a llrst-class locution and doing a highly
lucrative nusinei-s. iippiy 10
H. 1'.. HILTON
3-SI-tf 103 West Houston Street.
Sarony's Plaques at N. Wintlier's. it-D-lm.
Pieco goods by tho suit or yard lor spring.
Pancoaht & Son.
Just Itet elnd ut Josho'x.
A largo assort ment of vents' boys' nnd
youths' ready madu clothing. Cull and fsee
1 num. iK?.i-ii
Seo thoolurlona at tho Cutholiu fair.
Call at N. Wintlier's ami examine his latest
styles or pictures. ;-.Mm.
Cohen & Koenlglinlin
Are now oxhlbltliig tho llncst lino of English
French Scotch ami Germuii goods lor suitings
ever nroiigni ni mis cuy nun you uro Invited
to ciiu ami cxumino samu. iKfi-i
New goods ut Pnncoust & Son's for spring
A large well furnished room to rent he.
tween Itiiniiinla and H Ituynolils stieet neur
Tho finest lino of ploue goods for (ho spring
Pancoast it Bon
A good boy to curry a horse-back route. Good
wages. Apply uttiiiaoinco. 2-12-tf.
A specialty nt .1. Joiko & Son's Alnmo street
near iiiuiucu. UTJ-tr
Tlio finest lino of si raw hats can bo seen at
loncii & Mienigneiin .
Three Front Itoomn
For rent 415 avenue 0. Mrs. V. C. Paschlal.
Sheep mid PoiiIiih for Sale.
Two hundred sheep ull owes two yrnrs old
niidaH ponies. W. K. Hilton m West Houston
Forstnplo and fancy grneerlos wines nnd
curnorof South Alamo nnd Martinez struct..
DOWN GO OUR PRICES!
In order to mako room for n Largo Spring Stock now being selected In Now York wo lmvo
REJIDXJOEID PHICES !
On mnny of our goods and tho puhllo Is only asked to cnll nnd seco us to bo Mittsllcd Hint
All our departments nro complete and you
J. JOSKEtfcSONS :
Spring and Summer Clothing!
In nil patterns nnd uimlltles or rubric at nil prices and cut In npprnved style Tor boys & youths
GENTS' FURNISH ING G 0 0 D S I
HITS CAPS TRUNKS VALISES ETC.
The Most Complete Assortment in Western Texas !
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
Wc have the finest of American and Imported niece-roods nnd nuarantee nerferf fif
or no sale.
Cohen & KZoeniglieirn..
DOLLAR STORE 0) & 311
Has removed his stock of GROCERIES to
Stoiagc of Wool and General Merchandise
KM HAS COME TO STAT!
THREE STORES IN ONE TOWN !
What do You Think of it Stranger l Wh.it do You Think ol it Citizen?
.1. M. Kmcrson Is tho pioprletor or Threo Rsliiblldinieiits. Ills Main KstahlMiincut Is nt
No. 12 Soleilud street where jou can iiltrasget bargains as ho keeps 11 Uian Olllce anil deals
In everything from 11 Fine Dluniond to a paper of Pius.
Under the 11I1I11 uianiigcment of Mil. 1'AltK"
'71t-V''11 ii'iiiiufiietiiring Jewelcranil i pgiiiyer probalily tho best engraver in Sun Antonio.
Mil. 1)01. also comlucts a geuenil brokenigu biisluens. Mr. Kinerson's
lUJOKNi: OKN 11VAY. of rlw Izer and. who Is 11
Is III every way worthy or tho respect und eonllilciico ol' tho puhllii. .MIt (lli.NIIVAV will do
t-trictlv a Jewelry IiiisIiicsh mid will also R'll rorreiled pledges rrom tho Main tlllhv. Very
A. A. WOLFF
Takes pleasure to Inform the ladles of Hun Anlnnln und Western Toxas that hu is
this ecusnu displaying
ill Entire h Stock of Stylo Mil Fancy Dry Goods I
Which oxcells In quantity and variety of styles nny of his former elforts. Knenuiiigcd by tho
liberal patronage beslowi d upon mo I huvo largely Increased my stock and my houso will bo
crowded from tho collar to the top lloor with a 'variety ol new goods that will bo tin ngreeu-
blo surpriso to those who have traded wllh 1110 before.
All of My Departments Have Been Extended
To such n slzo that I venture to say tho
careful In marking my goods low so that no ruult can bo found In prices. I extend 11 cordial
invitation to nil to visit tny establishment wheio they will lie met by 11 cordial corps or clerks
who will be plensod to show goods whether you
Finest Trunks in the City.
i:t Yard;) IMcacht'd Slicclln for$I.
An elegant lino or Ijulles' and Children's Neckwear Lnusilnlo Ciunln le yurd
wide at lUfi cents per yuid ; l.iiiigtry Dress Lawns:) yards ror $1.
All widths ami similes or Ottoman Millions W per cent
cheaper thuu unywheit) olso.
i:ii:(;at lim: of mlvs veiliku at 25 cts. a yauh..
An Klegunt I.lne l'uney Dress Olngitins at "H 10 nnd 12 cents.
Tho well known bniiiil Fruit of tho Loom yard wide it cents per yard.
I'orner W. Com-
iiilu HI reels.
I AM READY!
To show to tho publlo tho best selections of tho latest styles or HUNTS' YOUTHS' AND
ClllIiDHGN'S CI.0TII1N0. Also the most elegunt und coiiipleto Hues or
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown tn this city both In stylo nud pi Ice.
Comonnil convince jourself. STHICTI.Y ONE VHIGT. ONI.V. No Iroublu to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street
can have a largo assortment to solect from.
: : ALAMO PJLAZA.
- - - MAIN PLAZA
the CROCKETT BLOCK on Alamo I'iaza.
Dm' Ik ntiniialiii llir.l'u liii.i ami iuii; i .
"11S0 pnrr "nil"r tho management or Mil.
thorough 11ml ennnieleiil nvilrlmmb. i...
most lust Minns can bo pleased I lmvo been very
purchase or not.
A. KAHN & CO.'S
Is Where Von Can Oct Tho '
- San Antonio Texas
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