The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 17, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 21, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I -No. 17.
San Antonio Texas Saturday April 21 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
J IVe I
I Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas.
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
P. (). Ilox Telephone SOI.
KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Consisting of Framing Timber Hoxing Fencing Dressed Flooring Siding Headed Celling
nd Finishing Lumbor; nlso a full supply of Doom Sash Minds Mouldings Shingles Dressed
nnd Hough Plokot8 of all Patterns Plastering Lath Hnrbcd Wire Mixed Paints llulldrrs'
Hnrdware and ovorythlng found In a urst-class lumbor yard. Wo mo prepared to furnish
special bills to order at short notice bolng connected with ono of tho largest mills In tho Culca-
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Hensley Manager.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER
COMMERCE STREET SAN ANTONIO TEX IS.
SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
W. J. LEMP'S BEER
DRAUGHT AM) DOUBLE EXI'OKT IJUTTLEI).
tSTThls Deer Is made from tho best Ingredients and warruuted freo from any obnoxloti
Houston Street next to Dr. TlertT'd rosldeneo.
All tho delicacies of tho season.
ELEGANT PRIVATE DIXIXG ROOMS
Ol'KN DAY AND NIOUT.
Imported wines liquors and cigars always on
To llo Offered Only it Short Time by
Cohen & Koenlglielm.
12 dozen stilt hats at CO cents each worth
52.W to $3.00.
25 dozon fino wool hats at $1.00 each worth
7 dozen Mexican folt huts at 81.60 each worth
100 moro of thoso gcnulno Indigo bluo Manuel
Bulls Just received by oxpross at $8.50. worth
50 dark ca68lmoro suits at 88.50 worth 811.00.
60 dark cnssltucro suits at $11 00 worth $11.60.
60 dark cnsslmera suits at $11.60 worth $5.00.
60 dark casslmore suits at $1 00. worth JO 00.
60 boys' bluB llannol suits at $200 worth 83 60.
100 pairs boys" casslmero knoo pants at 81 00
150 pairs English cottonado pants at $t 23
worth $2 00.
65 rto7'M all silk handkerchiefs at 60 cents
This week wo offer special Inducements to
city trado and only ask an Inspection of tho
above bargains to convince you that you can
buy clothing or anything olse in our line as
clieup of us as in any eastern city
HnriHf COI1HN & KOENIQUEtM
VON & CASTLES
A NKW DEI'AHTUltK
lly a New Itoad to lClegance and Style.
In addition to tho gonoral orders Issued by
tho Cominandorof tho Knights Templar Mr. L.
V olfson now coinos forward with his mandate
and annoiinriM to tho ladles that now Is tho
time to get thoso fine ombroldered dress pat-
terns which are now on exhibition In all styles
colors and qualities; thoy surpass In bouuty
Mulsh and prico anything heretofore offered.
A special offer is now being mado of a largo
in nil colors doublo and slnglo width at sur-
prisingly low prices.
Tho department of
FINE SILK DRESS 0001)3
has Just been replenished and Is so perfectly
complete that it can not be equalled anywhere.
A very largo assortment of ilgured lawns Jmt
opened and aro now offerod at 5 cunts per
yard and upwards.
r.A'.lriV'0!!'"0" n)w exhibits with a groat deal
nil i0' '"west stock of ladles' llngorlo in
. . f i'r.lirlcat? ""11"'8 "t fanoy ornamoutal
and beautiful Btyles udJolulug which Is spread
to tho .admiring- gazo the ilnest und most dell-
outo stock of embroidered and lace goods of all
descriptions llshus ladies' neekwoar and col-
hire ill all imaginable stylos and patterns.
Special attention is invited to a now lot of tho
latest styles in
which cannot bo undersold and arounoquallcd
In tlulsti or price.
best bmudVof klffinBth?urk.' Vry
m i- fi if ' comt's " nnnotince-
.i. rl . o uumif iiiu iicnuqunricrs lor
the Uncst and grandest display of
of which better qualities cannot bo had any-
....u.v in iiu minim oinics xno
LADIES' SHOE DEPARTMENT
hmmnU.I.11.1.1... ....ill . ...
..ii 11 ' . U"-Bl "ij iwu innovations or
' k ! embracing a full lino of Sandals und
. . . . Hwl.pKHl.lsI Ells
should tuko notleo that tho best dlsnluyof
toweling and all qualities of towels tablo
l..vv..vi hiju iiuuii'iieiieii nun -auraey
red and a largo assortment or tine riainask
goods of this line with napkins to match tho
cloths are being shown at Wolfson's Em-
porium of Fashion.
llmnrl.l artlil til .l.. 1 ..I !. I
Thompfpn'f book store m Commeroa street.
Ueduocd rati a to all points.
The Orauil Templar Hall and llanquet
Successfully Given Last Night In
How the Hull Looked Who Was There
What They Did and All
Ill the afternoon of yesterday tho various
commanderlos of Knights Templar paid com.
plhncntary visits to thu San Antonio commander-
at their headquarters In tho Ogo building
on Commcrco street and exchanged fraternal
In tho ovenlng tho Knights Templar
many of whom wcro Attended by ladies wont
to tho Ooverniront headquarters where they
wcro rocclvcd by General Schweitzer. They
were In attendance at the ordinary drvss parade
und a largo number of cttlzons wero also pres-
ent. The scene was unusually attractive and
one that will bo long remembered by those
who vlowcd it.
Hut tho crowning festival of tho conclave
was tho grand ball and banquet at tho Casino
by which It was virtually concluded Eutcr-
Ingtho hall at 10 o'clock this scene presented
was ouu of
oven for this hall.at which many grand festive
cutertiilunients ot a llko character havo been
held. Tho gullory In which tho Eighth Cavclry
band wcro located and thostago upon which
wero crowded Interested speetotorswero taste-
fully decorated and tho doors und windows
wero encircled with evergreen. In tho body
of tho hall wero u largo number of Knights
wearing tho full uniform of the
order. At their side were ladles attired
In brilliant and tastty costumes. Tho tout en
semblo was decidedly grand and it seemed as
ir beauty und chivalry had again mated. I ho
Indies Indeed mado a grand display In respect
to tbolr toilet and Included tbu elite of tho
city. Space prevents tho Lmiiit from present-
ing a detailed account of the various continues
which enshrined tho belles. It must stltllco to
say that thoy wcro beautiful und creditable
alike to tho tosto of the wearor und the urt of
the costumcr. Among
THE LADIES PRESENT
ere Mrs. II. U. Adams Miss Augur Mrs.
Cliabot Mrs. C. 0. Crcsson Mrs.
Mose uppetiucimer Mrs. Haas Mr uayloiii
Miss I'aucoast Mrs. J. C. Cochran Mrs.
Itussoll. Miss Ilonrv. Miss Johtnna ltlsche.
Mrs. Lablaeho Mrs. Phil. Sliardelu Mrs. Alleo
.Mayes Galveston Mrs. Ferdinand Herff Miss
Mary llradon Mhs Jouny Sohol Mrs. Price
Galveston Mrs. Alderman Story Miss Carrie
Gllinore Ml;s Mario Laoosto Mrs. Uyd'T-
Taylor Miss Sophie Lncosto Mrs. Lieutenant
aewiou .Mrs. . u. aowtoiii .miss Augur .Mrs.
.1. i:. Labatt Miss Umlly Sterling Mrs. Ilottle
Porter Mrs. Dr. Tobln Misses Auuie and Klla
Tobln Miss Ivy Harn Miss Annie New-
ton Miss Gorald Waco Mrs. August llelkuap
Miss Fanny Simpson. Miss Lottie James
Mrs. A. I'rcscott Mrs. P. J. Moss Mrs. Dane
12. Itlanhard Mrs. A. Miller Memphis; Miss
ma roacocic. .Mrs. naroer. miss uauiuio now.
urd. Mrs. Major J. M. Gordon. Miss Ellou lieau
mont Mrs. 11. II. Howard Mrs. Smyc Miss
Noyes Mrs. N. D. McPhall Mrs. W. A. Ileus-
lev. Palestine: Mrs. W. M. Lacv. Palestine: Mrs.
Dr. Lowry Mrs. Stophen Gould Miss Julia
reel .Mrs. v . ji. vatKins .Mrs. J. u. witcy.
waco; Mr. .mou. rnce uaivcstou; jnrs a. u.
Gouzafes: Miss Kttlo Wllkorson. Goliad: Mls
i(uttlo llreodlng. Miss Ella Pur kiss Mrs.
Mil nam .Mrs. .Mover nam .Mrs. .moso uaas
Miss L. M. Lovi Galveston Mis. llrust HUche
Mrs. Katzeuberger Mrs. K. Labatt Galveston
.ii rs. t-auiey aubiiu jirs. vargo juss unry
Waoldcr Miss Hattlo Ilrown Miss Gertrude
Dankcii. Miss Mary Fischer. Mrs. J. II. Wilson.
Miss Mnlllo Johnson Mi's. Llurton Nevada
county. Miss core ugaen .Mrs. John o. John-
son Austin Mrs. V. S. Fly Gonzales Mrs. E.
Ntnno llrenham Mi J. John Garret Culvert
Miss Ida Ilearne 1 alias Miss Ida Storoy
San Marcos Mrs. S. II. Allen Pales
tine Mrs. Robinson Palestine Miss
Exall Richmond Vh.; Miss 11. Dave In-
dependence; Miss Alma Magulro llronliam;
Miss Mary Thompson Ileovllle; Miss Alice
Hudson uainsviuc; auss kosoiio iioblnson
Miss Ida Clovos Galnsvllle; Mrs. P. Ilorgstrom
Miss T. it. Houstis Mm. J. 11. Hamilton Miss
ltoslo E. Nehr the Misses Agnes und Clara
Heap eto. xne Higutu cavalry band In full
uniform consisting of 25 pieces performed
dauco music as follows:
1 Grand march Mj rlan; Knights Templar.
2 Waltz Johanii Strauss; tho Kiss trom
3 Quadrille Mullott; grand military med-
ley. Polka Verner; In tho Twilight.
5 Landers Sullivan; 11. M. S. Pinafore.
8 Schottlscho. Puorner; the Iloston Glldo.
7 Ijinclers Stelncr; Light Cavalry.
8 Waltz Zlkolf; La Petlto Coquette.
0-Galop Faust: Off Wo Go.
INTERMISSION 10 It UANtjUET.
10 Waltz Fahabaeh; In Visions.
11 Lancloa Johanii Struuss; Morry War.
12 Schottlscho Schmidt; Flirtation
lil-ijuadrlllo llootlger Clarendon
11 Waltz Waldtoufel; LesHlrones.
15 Umclers Audran; La Muscotto.
10 Polka Faust; Wo Two.
17 Landers. Puorner: La Fills du Tnrnhnnr
18 Waltz Johanii Strauss; When Llfo and
At tho Intermission tho geutlemen escortod
tho ladies to tho supper wnere.
ANOTHER IIEAUTIFUL Hl'ECTACLE
was prcsonted. Ton largo tables each capablo
of holding 60 persons wcro elogantly laid out.
In tho center wero stands tustetully decorated
with llowers and at tho hoad of each tablo
were elegant boquets being tho tribute of res-
pect which tho ladies or tho Altar society nnd
tholr friends paid to tho order.
At thu eminent Cummundery table was Nu-
gat Pyramid cako tivo feet high ornamented
with hard transparent suirar fnrnilnir n ih.
sonlo temple. On tho first story or lower base
""" uuiuiiun oimLJu witu mo em
blems of tho Illuo lodgo consisting of tho
bible on a Dcdestnl on whloh rested tho em-
blems of faith hopo and charity surmounted
by u star In tho centra of which was clasped
hands. Tho other stories conulued tho various
emblems of the order on the upox nnd at the
hvu cumins wore ma joinpiar s cross un too
other tables wero two fluo Macronen (ulmund) I
cakes 3 feet high with emblematic ornaments
two sliver or ladr cukrs three feet hlih with '
ornamental tops and llvo largo oran.o pyramid
mono wem aiipiuieu uy Messrs. iinr-
lllscti Si Uaer. Thu menu inn of n riiehnmlu.
and liberal character. Claret and cbampnno 1
W5i-o also frcoly served. Colonel W S. Tobln
was tho oitcrer. Ho was ably assisted by 'ho 1
following ladlos: Miss Annie Tobln Miss Ida
pnbsoii miss ftorllng. Mrs. UettiP Porter Mrs.
I.oninrd Miss Lottie James Mrs. Dnbson Mrs.
Major Moore Mrs. Sain Iloll Mhs IOIla To' lii
f!rM' ;!''".'. MlM Samuels Mrs. Froze aud
Miss Hollo Martin who
DESKIIVK ODKAT CltEDIT
for the ndmlrabio mannor In which tho banquet
Win prepared and Ulrtiut Yhcntho tnquot
ors bad been allowed sulllclont time. Colonel
1ac who was toastmaster called ordcrntid said:
"It Minect that thn closing features of this
annual conclavo shall bo marked by our ex-
pressions that tho Grand Commandcry has seen
(It to hold Its annual session In our midst to
express tho gladness with which we have wel-
coined them to our hearths nnd homes and the
unqu.illllod enjoyment or their briof visit
luiiiiiig us. mis pinco was cnosen uy thrm. it
u' iiiucii iiisuinu association ii a re
glon WllorO t lO Itrent God (If imlllrr hna lioiin
tlfullr Iain lilt hand nml rnn.il tn l in i
ri'dnud purploand give forth bniiiitirully of
tho harroit. We have endeavored to show
our appreciation of this cliolco nnd havo ten-
dorcd such hospitalities as wo havo boon able.
In this we have been most generously sec-
onded by tho citizens of jhls grand old Alamo
city. Iho success of our endeavors wo leuvo
to your Judgment. Hut before you go we de-
sire to receive to tho strong links of llfo that
band ut together not only as Knights but as
men nnd which must always hold us together
as a body of Masons and as citizens of this
great anu goon ijovernment. To this end wo
nan propose n lew toasts and wo hope our
guests will bear with us until thi.t- nn l.nr
and enjoy with us tho teutlments that may be
uttered In responko."
llo then proposed tho following
1 To the most I'.tiIiiimiI (lr.l !. ..
Knights Tctuphir of the 1'nlted Slates of
.monea. rcsK)iiueil to by Grand Standard
-rTothn Itlght Eminent Grand Commander
Knights Templar of Texas responded to In
happy terms by the nlllccr In whoso honor It
was proposon .1. n. .Mcuov.
3 To all Subordinate CiinimiimtorU. nf Tnr
ax und the Palestine Comuiandery present in
'.. "rr't cMiiiiieu io uy l'.iiiinent l olilliniiulcl
Meturluud or Palxstlno.
4-To Samuel Williams tho rounder of Tom-
P ar Masonry In Tcxai to all Masons wherovor
dispersed tn our dead. Tlmm ii nr..
drunk stnndlng. the last In silence nnd wero
inn respuuueu to.
6 To the President of tho Mnllod Stales nnd
co-ordinate branehes nf (lnvi.riim.nr. n.
sponded to by Congresiiiiau J. F. Miller of
0 To tho Governor of Texss and co-ordinate
ur.inciicH i anuo uovorument responded to
i-j wi-iiioruey ueuenii MCJmry sail Alito-
n o Commundiirv.
7--Lotho 21st of ApUl the glorious day on
THE HATTLK Ok' RAN JACINTO
wns won anil tho Texas Independence secured
ili.li i iv uruuu iicucruiissimo w
8-Tho Mayor and Council of tho city of San
iuguiiueii ui uj- iuj- Attorney wow
ton Sni Antonio Coinmaudery.
V ThePress.thegrcilt dlsscnilnnlnrnr knnurl
edire. tho uiihulder of nur liherthw. ririus i
sustnlnlng right and In denouncing wrong re-
sponded lo by Sir Knight Stephen Gould u
10-To the Army and Navy our nation's de-
H To the ladles without whom llfo would
R" f0.."0" vl"f icsp'iudcd to by tho ltov
C. C. C hanl n. latunrnml Pri.intn
ll'lie clergj- responded to by tho ltov.
. "tn"" i-reiHio.
1J TO tllll Sail Allllllllll nmm.ilnr r
ioed by Congressman Miller und responded
iu 11 KUIOI1CI J. U. U 10.
It Tn the rWIrlnir nlllv.r .rn.l I.
Grand Htandanl Hearer Stoddnrt rospondod to
by ox-Dsnutv Grnnil ("niniiinn.n.r l.'i.i
The company then adjournal to tho hall.
Many returned home whilst a largo number
emalncd to dnneo out the second part or tho
programme. As I ho day dawned the company
....uu.j d-'miiiuii lliinrcilLy rciuciaiu II
leavo the scene of so much IihuIv nml nir.ua.
urp- Tho following were tho lloor manngorsi
nir ii. ivaroor. Birr. Sid. Jones Sir Ernest
Hlsche Sir P. Ornelas Sir E. It. Norton. Sir II.
II. Adllllls. Sir P. II. Freer. Hli- .Inhn Wnl.l Wlr
O. Uergstroui to whom much credit Is duo for
e.ceiiciii urrJiigcinentBiiinilorortlio comror'
nnd convenience or tho brothers and their
Iteal Estatu Transfers.
Mary A. Maverick to iteaguu Houston city
lot being lot 13 In block 43 on Hlvei-avcnuo
In consideration of 1.
Joseph E. Dwycr to William II. Maverick
iwocny lots on tno corner or Soledad and
Houston Btroets. In ronsldcr.it Ion or 8H.307 40.
H. II. Adams and E. D. L. Wicks to Thomas
C. Nolson city lot situated on Chavez street
nnd Sail Marcos street In consideration or
I'homasJ. Dovlne to Joseph E. Dwycr 0
Hon of $315 40.
Santiago and J M. Loal to Joseph E. Dwyer
223 ucrcs on tho Leon creek la consideration of
James It. Jolinion to E. II. Chnndler.clty lots
In block 8. rango 1. district 4. In cnimlilpmiinr
Sam Maverick to F. Janson city lot being
lot 2 block 32 In consideration of J525.
II. II. Adamsand E. O. L. Wicks to Thomas
Pcdni cre'ok on Zuvalla street In cousldera-
Davld Jou'csto Mrs. M J. Hakcr city lots
woit of Bun Podro creek in block 7 subdl-
In consideration of $20.
Two Cash lluya
Wanted by L. Wolf ton. Apply Monday
How to savu monov (anil ilrmrst lv inii
Turko-Ilusslaii baths or Steam Hnth 'for your
colds rheumatism dumb uguo and nil skin dis-
eases can bo found at A. Zilian's.
uornor commerce and Alamo streets.
Also. Hot and Cold Water Hatha ut i.
Tho popular turners nnd cablnot makers of 220
.jov uvu o.inu iiiivu viniipieicu ineir new
shop. Thoy uro now rcudy to oxecuto any und
all work In their lino nnd invito their cus-
tomers und the public generally to glvo them a
trial. Thoy will make every effort with tholr
luoroasod facilities to pleuso everybody in
To tho people of 8un Antonio nnd Western
Thoso of you who desire a first olass picture
of yourolfor any member or your family
or if you havo old pictures s-tch as duguorreo-
typos ambrotypesor nnv other stylo of picture
that you wish copied plain copied enlarged
and colored you can havo it dono to your en-
tire satlsructl'in at Kuhn & Co 'a popular gul-
'r. N". 6 s coqula street northwest corner of
Main plaza. 4-20-lm.
Notice to Witter Consumera.
Special permits will bo required In evory case
whore hose Is permitted to bo used. Water pun
only bo usod for sprinkling Irregat ng wash-
ing windows do. from 0 to 8 a. in. and from 6
to 7 p. in. from November 1 to Slav 1 and from
6 to 7 a in. and 0 to 8 p. m. from May 1 tu No.
vembor l Use of hoso. except u above is
prohlbltod. This rule oxtends to all water
taker without roforenoo to dato ol original
i 81-lOt San Awtonio watkr Wouks Co.
OIlfF AT LAUISDO.
Some Loral Items of Iuterest-lluslness a
Utile Hull Hut Future Pros-
Laredo Toxas April lO.-Tho Aztec club of
this city Is ono or (ho Institutions of Laredo.
It ulready has a membership of 60 members of
the best citizens occupying handsomely fur-
nished rooms over Milmo's bunk.wheio strang-
er vlsl'lng tho city nro right loyally enter-
tained. Captain Samuel L. Jarvls Is tho
Mr. Daniel Mllmo displays his usual enter-
prlso by offerlmr nn Imnn.. .-i...i.i. t.i.....
of land lo tho Anglo Texas Mexican Mining
.... tHMrmiig company ir they will movo their
machinery from VllnlhUma to Iiredo.
Tht now Mllmo bank building a two-story
brick 120x120 Is one of tho finest in tho city.
All material therein was manufactured In La-
shipped In .is raw material and forked up hero
Tho crst or tho building was some $30 ii)
Tho custom housoa.Td postoillro will boom
rilir" 4 n 10 c)inploted.
hvit maraer Mouse to cost S2.J.000 will
IssV.n M.a;i!l7'"."""r l?'0 T''C. Will SOOI1
'Tl!S!!nnr.l'i't0n4 U."1 cntorcU on duty:
been grants l-F the MoxIcmV (irnmen?. nd
as soon us granted by our Govcninioiit im .-
n n wlU '0. "'"''tturati 'Ucc nncc f ng
tho two Larcdos by u wagon and root brlViiri
SpltSlSS! " "ro1abl0 '"vestment for .flfiSS
Work on tho street railway onterpriso con.
noctliig tho two Uiredos will bo eon fneni 1
?S ' l1 t of the month. Tb?i wlll alao
- ii nig enierpnso.
Anioiilo."" nay' Visiting 'frlen.ls in Sun
Hsran ra .
mines to-day for tho Moxl -an Nutl mal railway
inD-atnii.ii ii. v; "i ie iohow-
suiHin ilr " ..ff "r unun Con-
Corpus Christi; by -Vlwrniulp.' alone 'waslu
per Lnglish steamer general niorcliiimllaA
valued at 81270711; shipped to England Jntransit
from Mox co return cargoes I ill mV I.
or lead and 'silver K ClnrKiKSnl8
valued at S!)3'81- low valuation. 1
wnra lilnr.r.l ir. w.Vi.. ... 'r .?V?T bullion
tbeiiiontli ofAprii. " "QXlco Uurluf
niuainera entering port of Corpus Christi en-
gaged in foreign trad : Steamship Ayrshire
from Liverpool capacity 1351 ton" teams bin
llatnard Hull from Liverpool capacity 17.W
paelty 8S5 tons'; sheainsliip Astrnii'i from 1 1
erpoo capacity WJ0 on9 steams p Murli or
.'rem Liverpool capacity U17 tons; stlamshin
yenezuela. from Liverpool capuii y lo tmis
bark Edward from HorUeai x.r upacftytoSS:
bark Ixiraln-i fnini Ilordonux capac ItySM to"S:
biirk Jcuno from llordeaux capacity 375 tons
M.r.f01"0 for.tl."8 'mrt'rn t irce biVks and
stantly increasing. " npuly am mn-
uu 1110 Bioiuner voncztip a's ast landlnir t
Corpus It discharged 61000 dozen of Coat's
I1lr."roi C08t.ln bout for Nuevtt
about $0000. ' """"" 011 l"8 w1"'1 u
Under Colonel Plato's administration r.ri
m?Bi"ltlo?"U l""Uo'1 lmv(frbecn
trado' 'l"J "e t0 f0' " Slo?; Jlexleo:
A row or the business men nro complalnlric-
?J!.'n.boln'f1 " Mo dull ClTtoxprolS
riitiTi-n ;T uenco 111 tho
rn; . trrZ. ... f " W8llt n-
pn pnrlng to give ex-Govornor ?ban" p 03
of taffy on his arrival about suporior m vunt-
ages future big city and railroad centre of
inost nothing To Vu'ppWi tho" towli'i Tout
LATK TKLUGK.VPIIIO NKWS
HAVANA April 20. It Urenorreil () il
hardware firm of Pedraja & Planella has
laueu owinB to iraud. The liabilities are
said to be Sioo.or.n in r..c r 1.. r
the firm. " ' - u
I'lTTSBURG April 20. Hcrr Most nrri.i
to-day and will remain until Tuesday next.
During his stay he will address several meet-
ings and will endeavor to effect an organiza-
tion ol socialists in this city.
Berlin April 20. A deDutatinn nr.t.r.
sented the Crown Prince and wife a lam.
of money raised at the time of their silver
wedrlinn. Thr frnmn :. 1. .
t'u-t iiiiciius 10 use
the money in furthering the welfare of the
t 1 w-
HARRISIIURG April 20.-The rnnllll!r..
al prohibitory amendment was deleated in
the house to-Hav. Whuiitm. n r .l
third; reading a motion to reconsider was
made but rejected by 27 to 151
nanuri icallroad Varnlngs.
TOI'KKA April 20. The annual renon rf
the Atchison Topeka and Santa EV m;ir-i
shows the gross earnings in 1882 to be $14-
i' """"'i o"j7-ooo; net earn-
ings $0136000: net increase over 1881.
Paper SHU llurnrd.
Reading April 20. The naner in t
Catiwassa owned and operated by Mc-
Cready & Co.. of PhUadelnhtn . j
last nicht. I)ss estimated nt
About 150 men are thrown out of employ-
A Probable Strike.
Kemiing April 21 The lirftnriftnrc nf
the' Reading ironworks this nfti-mnnn t.
formed their pipe mill employees that thry
iutuetj tne incicnte 1 wjgts
asked for as business did not warrant it. A
ir'Kc 13 prouaoie. a TOeeitng of emploveej
h cilled (or lo-nlghl r 7
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 17, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 21, 1883, newspaper, April 21, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162532/m1/1/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .