The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 204, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 24, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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SOM IN TWO WIXKS.
Just received at
Had Hoy and His Pa
J uit received at
Trjr tlioml None better for the
money In tlio market
an Antonio Light.
Vol. III. No. 204.
San Antonio Texas Saturday November 24 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
LOOK AT THESE PRICES.
Conic and Inspect the Jliirgalns.
To those coDteinplfttliijf purchase for ChrlMinat wc would miy
Conic Buy Before All Is Sold.
Our object la to clone out these lines entirely to enable our totentlon of purflulntr tuo buslucM
of MlMNEltVaml VANCV GOODS UXCl.UrM VIU.V. Xo it off. No backing nut.
THEY MUST GO!
Silks and VolvctH.
lionets iaulnof a brands It 2.1 reduced to UOo
Kit quality silks' fi CO roduecd to 51 2.1
Super extra silks S3 a reduced to SI no
KIdo droBS velveteens all tool
Flno dress velvotsSl .5 reduced to $1 fiO
l'lno dress brocades It S.'i reduced toCOo
Our all wool Mo quality for nSo
Our all wool Mc quality fortlo
Our all wool ?0o quality for fio
Our all wool Wo quality forll'.o
Our all wool Wo quality fnr'Ou
Our all wool Jl 00 quality for 80c
Our all wool Jl tOquallty forSl 10
Stioodah solids nit wool 40 Incb worth iTtc.ro
Uucod to ('o
rhondali solids all wool 40 Inch worth 00c re-
Flannels niul Woolens.
Kino valub 2."o goods for 18o
Fine valuo.Tio goods for.'c
Flnovaluo t."o goods for3."o
Flno valuo fl.ro goods for 62o
Fine value 85a goods for ?0o
Flno value $1 goods for 80c
Including California Shaker Imported medi-
cated etc. etc.
G-EAND CXLOAJS: SA-CITFICB.
On our Hlieptljr Kreutly reUtK'ed pthorin further I.o unt of Id per ct lit.
Pino Millinery Goods Lower Than Eastern Prices.
A CHANGE s STYLE
When this old suit was rcw
Tho railroad was a stage.
And a slx-mulo team made plenty of steam
For tho broadest kind of guage.
You caught a gooso when you wanted a pen
Tho ink you used was buo
And tho women you lov'd didn't want to be men
When this old suit was now.
A spado was only a spade.
And Jcnnlo was Just plain " Jano i"
For his Impudent Up a boy would skip
At tho end of a rattan cane.
Thcro were sixteen ounces In every pound.
Four quarts mado a gallon true;
Hut things don't seem like they used to lie
When this old suit was new.
Hut wo'vo shortened tho tlmo since then
And we're running a faster beat
And tho boys of ten are full-grown men.
Who run the store and tho street.
Wo blush to glgglo'and we should smile
Wo'ro cute and wo never say dlo;
We're up to snuff and wo'i o full of gullo.
And wcro Just too awfully lljrj
And father Is Governor old man dad
And his old lady Is gone.
Wo'vo run things fast and a little bad
Slnco wd put this new suit on.
SELLING OUT AT COST!
We will Sell Out at Cost oar Entire
runcy floods Luces Gloves
I.luen etc. Also Flno
lir All of tho abovo mentioned goods and many other articles too numerous to mention must
1k sold out within tho coming two weeks ai the Hrm wishes to clear tin premises preparatory
to going Into other business. Call early and socurobnrgalns. lll-8-lm
I. aCPLKIS & 00.
No. ft Coiumorco Street
Has openod up In his now stoic ut 283 Commerce street
with a most elegant lino of
Watches Diamonds Fine Jewelry.
W I Specialty Of Repairing Flno Watches. Call and seu.hltn.
Toweln uml TabloTiinoiiH.
tine lot 13o reduced to lOo
Ono lot 2i) reduced to iio
One lot !"o rcducod to JWu
German damask GOo reduocd to .Tko
Dcrni'iti damask 70c reduced to liOo
(Icrnmti darausk 00u roduecd to TOu
Herman diimusk (1 25 reduced toKVi
This Is an elegant opportunity for rcstnir
rnnteursand hotel men.
Curtain pairs Jl 2.1 reduced to lOo
Curtain pairs 13 00 roduecd to Jl 10
Curtain pairs S3 SO rcducod to $1 XI
Curtain pairs Jl 00 reduced to J 11
Curtain pairs JO do reduced to J7 00
Yurd curtaining STo reduced to 2io
Yard curtaining Xo reduced to 2.'m
Yard curtaining 11c reduced to UOo
Yurd curtaining Wo reduced tolfiu
Yard curtalnlnglto reduced to fu
Yard curtaining Mo reduced to U.V)
Yard curtaining Jl 00 reduced to Mo
Yard curtaining Jl :v reduced to Jl 00
Napkins all linen perdoz UOo rcducod to 03o
Napkins all linen per rinz 41 00 reduced to "So
Napkins all linen perdoz Jl 2S reduced to UOo
napkins all linen dazsi w reduced to tl 10
Napkins all linen do 52 00 reduced to Jl M
Domestic Marseille Quilts
Oullts Jl (10 reduced to "o
Cfullts SI S reduced toHio
oullts Jl HI reduced to Jl 10
Oullts S3 CO reduced to Jl .VI
tjiillts Jt 00 reduced to $3 li
217 Alamo I'lnza
Aro showing the Finest I.lne of
Fiirnlxliiiif' Goods Huts
BOOTS AND SHOES
liver Off ored In this City.
Stock Consisting or Hosieries Notlo
Ladles' Underwear Towels Table
I nt of Ilendy.Made Ilresses
THE CHRISTIAN CONVENTION.
Ponds nre ltul.o.l by Hi Zealous and Do-
termed Ministers of the Clmrcli.
Yesterday the financial statement which
was presented was as follows t
Salary of pantor at this mission for llrst
nt rs hi
llalanee duo pastor
l)uo from rnn Marcos church.
Duo from new nope ciiurcn
uun irom mocKnaio t-mircn..
Members alter adjournment met at J
o'clock and the address of Elder Pennington
was taken up considered and endorsed.
The Secretary was requested to write to
those congregations having pledged to sup-
port the San Antonio mission and urge litem
to redeem their pledges.
The question "Mow to support the work in
the future" was referred to a commitlee.
After considering other routine wotk the
convention adjourned to meet again tills
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
When the question of raising funds for the
mission for the nest I months was raited and
discussed the small sincere and hard
working party of the evangelists at San Anto-
nio determined to give $350 towards the sal-
ary of the minister betides paying for current
expenses. Several members addressed the
meeting on this point all pointing in one di-
rection namely that of helping one another
to their grealctt extent. Remarks on the good
wotk done by all and the strenuous efforts by
which the church had attatned its present In-
fluential and rapidly incresslcg power
were made. Unity seems to prevail
throughout the entire chutch backed up
by determination and heartfelt detires of all
to succeed In their work.
The following gentlemen will preach
throughout the cily this evening and to-
morrow: Elder G. L. Sutber will preach this even
ing at 7 o'clock in the Trinity church on
Elder A. J. Iltish will preach to-morrow
a'. It a. m. in the First Daptist church on
Elder G. L. Surbcr will preach in First
Baptist church at 7 p. m. to-morrow.
Elder R. O. Charles will fill Rev. Mr
Preston's pulpit to-morrow at 7 p. m. on
Elder R. O. Chatles will preach lo-mor
row in Tenth street church at 11 a. m.
A LIVELY EARL.
A Pew Notes Prom the Career of 1
tlngulslieil Nobleman Now In
The Earl of Aylesford who has some
landed and stock interests in Texas and who
has been stopping at the Mcnger a few days
has figured quite prominently before the Eng
lish public lie accompanied the Prince of
Wales on his India trip some years ago and
this required a vast outlsy. Very much like a
crusader lord of the middle ages who raised
money by every available means in order to
cut a figure with his aristocratic peers against
the Saracen Earl Aylesford has been in a
somewhat similar position and on his return
to England he was subjected to much Incon
vrnienceon account of various debts. His
liberality and hospitable mode of
living had much to do with this
He was a jolly easy going gentleman
who could shake his fist at the bailiffs and
thrash them too for that matter since at one
time a few years ago some seventeen of them
invaded his premises at Closthlll in Warwick
shire to serve a writ and were completely
routed by the noble Lord and his servants
for which he was afterwards arrested and
He is intensely loyal to Ms Queen so much
so as to have gotten himself into trouble once
by reason of it. The Queen had ordered a
few years ago on her trip to Scotland that no
manifestations of respect should be paid her
on her route. Notwithstanding this the Earl
as a captain of yeomanry In his shire awaited
the arrival of the Queen near the railroad its
lion and on the approach of the train at the
head of his company he dashed past guard
and officials and paid his respects to Her
Majesty very much to her surprise. The di
vorce courts of England had much to say of
htm in connection with the wife of the Marquis
of lllandford and it certainly can be thought
of him that his part in life has been no stranger
t) social sensations.
The Worst l'oe to Sail Antonio's future
Does it require a surgical operation on the
heads of grasping property owners to insert
the idea where they can think over it that
high rents are a boomerang that will recoil on
them ! Will not the store rooms that have
been evacuated on Houston and Commerce
streets the past three weeks convince them
that all the world is not necessarily obliged to
come to San Antonio and that men ol enter-
prise and capital are not such fools as to
divest themselves body and breech and of
every dollar In order to pay their rent t They
will seek with their money and pluck and
goods other fields where rent rates are reason-
able. This world is wide other cities are
growing there is plenty ol weather
ont of doors and lots of room
for business men to turn around In
without paying a heavy tax for the privilege of
existence such as is exacted from renters here.
Property owners are by so doing establishing
a business blockade. And In the matter of
house rent for domestic use the same com-
plaint is heard on all sides. A mechanic
young professional man or laborer with a
family to feed clothe and educate cannot be
expected to expend all his Income for the
mere privilege of a shelter. Peilisps In the
course of lime should a business "notther"
hit San Antonio property holders now
blinded with greed and crated with cupidity
will have ample time to ponder on their want
of business sagscity.
For Cole's grand circus to-night can be had at
Riiche's cigar store 275 Main street.
Domlogo Rodriguez was found guilty In
the District court this morning for horse
tearing and sentenced to 12 years in the pen
itentiary. Cecario Kodriguex and John
Couch were also sentenced to eight and five
years in the penitentiary respectively for
horse stealing. Adam Mora Is being tiled
Where Is IleT
Last January about the 7th a Geiman car
penter aged 25 came to San Antonio and
obtaining work settled down. This morning
the friends of Herman Ehrenberg the car-
penter informed a Light reporter of his dis
appearance from home he having left home
last Tuesday for work and has not since been
heard of. Any information whatsoever will
much relieve the anxiety of his friends.
A country pumpkin at the White Elephant
last night dislocated his wrist while hammer
ing on the table to "stop her." The game
came to a pause buttons were swept off the
five row with the usual exclamation of
'sugarl" or something similar from a hund
red disgusted theological students. The ex
cited youth from the metquite brush soon dls
covered that he had made a mistake. Sev-
enty was not 17 and so sadly dejected he
took his wounded wrist with him to a phy
A Hon of 11 (lull.
Yesterday morning a colored man giving
the name of Smith went to Mr. Emerson's
with a fine gun which he wanted to sell.
Deputy Sheriff Van Riper who was present
closely questioned him as to where he got the
gun but finally both he and Mr. Emerson
concluded the man was all right and bought
the gun. Shortly after this a gentleman
named Brownson came in and Identified the
gun as his. The colored man has not yet
Two Drops Not Three-llftUs of it Drop.
Dr. King in this mornlng'i Express states
that there are about three-fifths of a drop of
laudinum to a teaspoon ol the Dewees' car-
minative. Mr. George Kalteyer says there
are two drops of laudanum to the mixture in
the usual Dewees' carminative but in the
modified form known as a mixture of mag
nesia and asafcedita there arc three-fifths ol a
drop. This being the case the latter Is gen
erally used for children and "U. S. P." is
placed on the prescription by every medical
man to let the druggists know for what kind
of person it Is meant for.
The Volksfest committee at their last meet-
ing decided to return to the subscribers an ad-
ditional 20 per cent on all subscriptions and
after paying approved accounts dissolved
ordering that the books papers etc. be pre-
served for the use of any other committee who
may undertake another Volksfest. It was ex-
pected that the committee would have ad-
journed sine die or have effected a permanent
organization but circumstances prevented
this being done. The labor of the committee
is thus at an end and they may b; congratu-
lated upon the success of the Volksfest and
complimented upon the way in which they
have zealously served the public.
Rev. Mr. Ticknor of St. Luke's Episcopal
church wilt preach at the morning service
taking for his subject "The day ol Small
The members of St John's (Episcopal)
chapel are now temporarily out of a place of
worship. They are striving to erect a church
edifice however and in the meanwhile
services are held every Sunday at the resi-
dence of Mrs. Davis on Dignowity hill.
At the Madison Square Presbyterian church
the pastor Rev. W. Howell Buchanan will
preach at 1 1 o'clock in the morning. Sab-
bath school at 9:30 a. m.
Rev. Mr. Buchanan of the Madison Square
Presb)terian church will take for his morning
text to-morrow "Hitherto hath the Lord
helped us." It will be In a manner an his-
torical review of his labors here. The dedica
tion of this church will take place and next
Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Rev. J. W. Nell of the
First Presbyterian church will preach the dedi
cation sermon and the ministers ol other de
nominations will likewise assist at the exer
"And the Dead Yfalketh" In.
In the elevator accident at the Capitol
hotel at Houston on the 13th instant It was
reported by some of the papers that Mr.
Fred Richardson well known here as the
handy mouthed man for the Sligo Iron com-
pany of St. Louts was killed. The Light
at that time with 'its accustomed accuracy
published the name ol the victim who was
Thomas L. Richardson. As many of Mr
Fred Richardson's friends thought that there
might have been a mistake In the name as
he was In Houston at the time of the acci
dent they mentally passed him over to the
silent majority. Fred wouldnot stay "killed
however for he walked Into the Light office
this morning and has all the appearance of
being that style of a healthy corpse that first
class houses In St. Louis usually employ.
Items Olcaiieit Prom the Stillr Press and
IIriniiam. Therj has betn received
17000 baits of cotton here so fsr this season.
Tom Or us Couniy. The County coutt
last week had Co gambling cases before it; 2J
were convicted and fined $25 one $10 20
dismissed and 14 continued; 34 vagrancy
cases weie tried 17 were fined $t to dis
missed and seven continued.
Taylor County. The Abilene Reporter
Is well gotten up. ...Abilene is to be the
couniy seat but the Sheriff has to summon a
posse to get the couniy records . . . George A.
Consul formerly of Boston but engaged In
the sheep business in Taylor died in Abi-
lene of Typhoid fever. ...Senator Harris of
Tennessee is In Abilene; he has been to his
ranch In Taylor.
McLennan County. The Examiner of
the 22 J of November rolls up lis sleeves spits
on Its hands and pitches into the Galveston
News Dallas Herald and Ihe San Antonio
Express and virtually reads them out of the
great Democratic parly.... The grand jury
returned 52 indictments four for felonies-
making 180 for the term. (Missionaries are
needed in McLennan.) ...The Sheriff has a
venire tu summon Co men In four cases 240
jurors. ... James C. Walker a bondholder of
bonds issued by the city of Waco to the Waco
and Northwestern railroad sued the city in
the District court on $40 coupons and interest
but the jury gave a verdict for Ihe cily. The
Examiner says it was owing to the muddy
charge of Judge Rimes and prejudice against
the bondholder. The defense was
fraud and want of consideration
The census takers are instructed to take only
the people and to omit the cats which the
Examiner ssys were included in Forth Worth
. .;. Hiram Lcewas jailed for gambling and
Jasper Farr and Alex Hart gave bond to
answer for gambling.... A new trial willbe
granted in the case of J C. Walker vs. Waco.
Dallas. The Times says a vigilance com
mittee was organized on the night of Novcm
ber 20 In the office of Clint & Thompson
lawyers. Reporters attempted to get In but
were excluded so no report of proceedings
....The police raided a gambling den and ar
rested Batttco the hlgh-prleit Charles White
Henry Caruth Luke Lynn Bob Newcomb
and Bill Perkins. Three gave bond and th
rest went to jail... Tom Chase was up for
beating his wife. His eight year old
son took the part of his mother
and dealt his drunken father a heavy blow
Semanthe Antone a colored cyprlan who has
been fined 100 times in the last yearcime be
fore the Mayor In a battered condition to com
plain of some white boys who had beaten her
nearly to death but she knew none of the
beaters J. E. Riley has) sued J. I). Reed
in the Federal court at Dallas for $50000
'damages for shooting at one Connor In the
El Paso hotel In Fort Worth and hitting him
Riley says he had no hand in the row didn'
know any of the parties and was passing
along the street in front of Ihe hotel when
shot Henry Shanks charged with thi
murder of August Wciraer was acquitted .
The bell in the city hall to give fire alarms
felt down during the wind storm of Novem
ber 21 and crushed through the roof of ISi
raarck's restaurant Mortuary report for
the week showed 11 deaths.
ie Usual 1.1st or Crimes unci Cusualltl
French Claims Awarded.
Odessa November 23. The firm of Filch
enholz has failed with liabilities of $1500000.
AKR.ON November 32. In the libel suit of
Carson Lane against the Beacon Publishing
company claiming $10000 damages the
Kingston November 23. Owing to th
rows at the Salvation Army meetings the
Police Commissioners have' sworn in nine
Salvation Army constables to attend their
Cairo November 23. Orders have been
sent to the British Admiral at the East Indies
station to support the Egyptian interest in
the Red Sea. iie will be reinforced by gun
boats Irom the Mediterranean squaaron
San Francisco November 23. General
George P. Guthrie elected as delegate
Congress from Alaska In 1870 has been re
quested by a numerously signed petition of
the citizens there to represent them at Wash'
ington in their endeavor to obtain some sort
01 civil uovcrnment lor tne 1 erritory.
Pittsburo November 23. Five hundred
track laborers employed between Crestline
and Pittsburg on the Pittsburg Fort Wayne
and Chicazo railroad and 100 on the renn
sylvanla Central were discharged during the
past week ana otners win ue aismisseu in
lew days. Wholesale discharce is usual 1
this season as cold weather stops all track 1m
St. Pitersburo November 23. The
latest number of the Nihilists' organ "The
Will of the People" gives harrowing details
of the suffering of political prisoners In Peter
and Paul fortress where they are treated like
murderers. No distinction Is made between
men and women or sick and healthy. bev
eral of the prisoners have gone mad and
suicided lorporal punlsnment 01 tne prts
oners is irequent.
Fort Worth November 23. Abont
o'clock to-night fire was discovered In the
cigar store adjoining the El Paso hotel and
the flames were with difficulty subdued. The
fire was in a closet under the shelves and
undoubtedly incendiary. The buildings in
the block are worth over $100000. Mo
Grrror. the Kansas horse won the free-for
all trot to-day making one heat in 2;I7J4 the
best time on record In the State.
Nashville November 23. A special
from lli jkman Kentucky gives an account
the horrible double murder ol Hlllsman
King and his wife an old and respectable
uple. Their son Arthur this morning vls-
d Ihe house and found his mother In a pool
clotted blood. He cave the alarm and the
eichbors found the father in the barn cov-
rnl wllh huck 1 and nsrtlv eaten bv rats. A
German peddler Is suspected. The house
as rooueu 01 $20000.
Chicago November 23. The cigar man-
ufactuiers this alternoon met and In response
a demand from the cigar makers' union for
discharge of non-union men resolved to
discharge any union man who refused to work
in the shop with a non-union man who re-
ceives regulsr wages. Ellen Reed wife of
Lharies 11. Keen counsel ior ine assassin
Guiteau. has beean suit for divorce on the
ground of failure to support.
Shanghai November 23. The North
China Herald publishes a secret Imperial de
cret appointing Lin as Generalissimo of the
Btack Flags in Tonquln. The Chinese Gov-
ernment will supply funds and munitions of
war to the forces now being ratted in the
province of Yun Nan These troops will as-
sisltne mack rugs in repelling tne rrencn
forces should they invade the southern
provinces 01 t.nina nut must not cross tne
Laredo November 23. It is reported that
Messrs. Owen & Knowlton propose building
bridge over the river if they can secure the
exclusive right for a toll bridge at this point
warrant them in the undertaking. The
fiesta in New Laredo will open on the 24th of
December. It has not yet been decided that
there will be any on this side. Seizures by
the custom officers are very frequent. The
smallest particles are examinea on eacn side
and New Laredo Is suffering In consequence.
AusTtN November 23. The charter of the
Lampasas Ice company capital stock $25-
000 was filed to-day. The Board of Educa
tion purchased to-day $5000 worth of Harri-
son county bonds at par. Upshur county re-
ceived her school money to-day $9750.
state engineer imiton writes inai ne win not
complete the inspection of the Sunset route
before the 30th and it will take blm till the
middle of December to complete the inspec
tion 01 an tne roads in tne atate.
FLORENCENovember 23. Two hundred
and filly striking miners of the Chapin & Lud-
Ington mines were armed with Winchester
rifles to-day and practiced at a target in the
woods. They threaten violence unless their
demands are acceded to. the Menominee
mines company's officials have determined to
open the mines and give work to such mar-
ried men as were not ringleaders. Seven ad
ditional rinkerton detectives have armed but
the company is waiting for the militia. To-
morrow the men will be paid off. Excite-
ment Is high and the crisis will come then.
Boston November 23. Bernard Boland
sentenced to State prison for life in 1873
has been pardoned by the Governor and the
Council. Boland In 1873 when not quite iS
years of age went into a store to tap the till
but was seized by an employe whom Boland
stabbed in the arm cuttiog an artery which
resulted in death. Boland was found guilty
of murder in the second degree. It has just
been discovered by friends that the statutes
provide that no person under iC shall be sent
to prison and that the boy should have been
charged with manslaughter. A pardon is the
Washington November 23. The French
and American claims commissioners have
made the following awards against the United
States: Charles A. Gauthlcr Si. Martins-
ville La. $tCioi; Eugene Deschamps St
Martinsville La. $2735; Arthur Robelet
Mobile $18231; Widow Vial St. Charles
$1000; Mrs. Jones Lebourwls New Orleans
$500; T. and E. Briers New Orleans $200;
iiiaries Kocn at. jamcs 9300; ueorge r..
Leduc New Orleans $600. The following
cases were disallowed: P. A. Gramarchl
Duoont. bt. lames: loseph terry. Marks-
ville; Bernard La Place New Iberia; P. G.
Gilbert New Urlcans.
Denver November 23. The passenger
agents of the Colorado pool this evening
closed a highly satisfactory meeting. While
the matters considered are of no special In-
terest to the public yet the utmost harmony
prevailed. Regarding the rumors rife in the
east of a probable disruption of the Colorado
cool. Commissioner Daniels says that the
pool is in no danger. 1 00 raucn money is
involved and the property of Colorado is too
intimately associated with the pool to make
its dissolution probable. He admits that the
rate war la the Iowa pool wnicn 11 is rursoreu
will soon be inaugurated and the present
war in Utah rates if long continued may
eventually disturb the rates in Colorado
lion. John Hancock Mad.
An Austin special sayst "The friends of
John Hancock over here are a little out of
sorts over the alleged slight given him by the
city of San Antonio. It appears that some
time ago certain citizens of San Antonio ap-
pealed to Hon. John Hancock to use his In-
fluence to secure an appropriation for a United
States court house and pottoffice building to
be erected at San Antonio. He at once re-
sponded that nothing would give him more
pleasure and requested that all the informa-
tion possible be furnished him. Tfie certain
citizens alluded to made out a statement of
facts but before it could be sent off it Is
said the friends of Upson got wind of the
matter and using their influence bad it and
the information desired by Mr. Hancock for-
warded to Mr. Coke all of which has bad a
tendency to bring bad blood to the surface .
He was a sleeping car conductor an Irish-
man. There was the flavor of KlUarney In
his brogue and the echo of the bells of Shan-
donn i his voice. He must have kissed the
Blarney stone till he wore out his upper front
teeth for upon being asked last evening by a
gentleman on the arrival of the train If a cer-
tain lady the wife of the Inquirer was on
the International train from St. Louis he
briefly replied that as far as he knew there
only four ladies In his car and these were
"appropriated." Just what "appropriated"
might mean in court or on a dark night after
prayer meeting is left to the Milesian cham-
bermaid to explain
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