The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 211, Ed. 1, Monday, December 3, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Pn.li no Sales -Down Prices
It iind always (U be my motto.
Conior Main plat. Crowded from
morning till night with suokara.
who enjoy Imported and Ky "Ml
cigars al ilome.tlo prices. Separate
canes lor each Una ot good.
1 want smokers to test my bund.
1 wnmiD'm 10 examine mo im-
mense lino I carrr.
I want you to look at my no nam to
cases nf ImporUsl Ker West an1
Ten Cents a Week
Vol. III. No. 211. 1
San Antonio Texas Monday December 3 1883.
WHAT I WANT.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES.
Come ami Imiicct the Bargains.
To tbow contemplating- purebriiM for Cbrlitmna would nt
Conic liny Ucfore All is Sold.
ur object la to clow out th lines entirely to enable our intention ot puraulnc the buslucwi
of AUXIN EI1Y and FANCY OOODS EICLC3I VELY. So act 0S1. No backing out.
MADISON SQUARE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH FREE FROM DEBT.
IuUrntlng llxarelaea HrllllaTit Discourse
Historical ltelw of Church Labors
and a llealtbr Collection.
IS. jSl "ST 353 :EL Ss SON.
SllkH nml Velvet.).
Towels anil TublpLliieiiu.
I nnn trt lO- v.lwv.l f.i lilt.
BoneiaAOulnat's brands $1 23 reduced lolCc ( 0n0 10. uuccd tolSKc
Extra qualltysllkt tl CO. reduced to Jl Si
Super oxtrasllks $i 2S reduced to tl 00
Fine drees vclvetf ens all 70s
Pine drees velvets Jl "5 reduced to $1 W
Fine dreaa brocades $1 Si reduced to 00c
Our all wool Mo qua'lty for 33c
Ourall wool Wo quality forsJc
Our nil wool TOo quality for Wo
Our nil wool Ko quality forOSc
Our nil wool OOo quality forTOo
Our all wool $1 00 quality for 80c
Our nil wool 81 lOquallty forJl 10
Shoodah aollds nil wool 40 Inch worth 'ic re-
duced to tc
Sboodah solid! all wool 40 Inch worth We re-
duced to 68c
Flannels and WooIohh.
I'Ino value Ko goods for Wc
lino valuo Sto (roots for So
Flno valuo 45o goods forUV
I'lne value f5o troods forKo
Kino valuo Ka (roods for TOe
lino valuo 81 goods for 80o
Including California Blinker. Inix.rt-l. mi-di-eatedetc.etn.
One lot 3Jo 1 educed to 20c
German darna.U Wcieduced toSJc
German damask "0c reduced to Wo
utrmnn damask We reduced to TOc
German danialk 81 25 redueol to We
This Is an elegant opportunity for retau-
rantcursand hotel men.
Curtain pairs Jl 25 reduced to fOo
Curtain pairs $2 00 reduced to !1 to
Curtain pairs $5 CO reduced to Jl S6
Curtain pairs $1 00 reduced to $! W
Curtain pads 19 (0 rcducod to J T CO
Yardcurtnlulng 27o reduced to 23c
Vaid curtaining 85c reduced to 2.V
Yard curtalnlnir 40o reduced to 30o
Yanl curtaining LOc reduced to 3Tc
Yard curtaining OJ reduced to S3o
Yard curtaining Wo rcducod to 050
Yard curtaining 1 CO reduced to f Jc
Yard curtaining tl 33 reduced to 31 00
Napkins nil linen per do Ko reduced to (do
Napkins nil linen per dm $1 00 reduced to 75c
Nankins nil linen per dot tl 25 reduced to t)0o
Domestic Marseille Quilts.
Oullls tl m reduced to "5c
Oulltstl Produced tolOo
Quilts tl SO reduced totl 10
Uulltsti (0 reduced totl mi
Qullta tt ID reduced to V W
GKR.A-TSTD CLOAK SA-ORTFIOE.
On nur already grintly reduced price further dlso unt nf 10 ei' oent.
Fluo Millinery Goods Lower Than Eastern Prices.
WOLFF & MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
BlRO--ITS in CLOTHING
Gents' Suits Young Mens' Suits Kit; Boys'
Suits ami School Suits.
Laic Shipments of Boys' Suits at Very Low Prices I
BEST MAKES OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
JSfTheauovo aro now di-pirtinents and every dMIar'a worth of goods b new anJ fnnh.
Bought at prices that-cnablo us to sell them to tha satisfaction of the consumer.
SELLING OUT AT COST!
tV. will Sellout at Cost oar Kntlrci Block Consisting of IloslerlM .Notion
fancy Goods Laces. Gloves ladles' Underwear Towels Tabu
t.lutn etc. Also a Fine lot of Heady-Made Drrsiea
U7"All o( tbo above mentioned goods nnd many other articles too numckous to mention must
bo sold out within the coming two weeks at the firm wlshts to clear the premises preparatory
to going Into other business. Call early and secure bargains. in-3-imj
No. O Commerce Street
The undersigned having breu appointed by
the Honorable County court of lloxar county
ou tho26IU day of November A. II. 18H.I for
the retllement o( estates etc udtnlnlstrator of
thecstatoof A. Winter deceased nnd having
iiuallned according to law nil persons hnvlng
ttnee within the time prescribed by law and
til persons Indebted to suld enteto will pleaso
mtko prompt ptipinent to M. Iunii.neu
Admlulstralor of thn estnto nt A. Winter
Ban Autcnlo Texas llccuuiberl IS1.
Lost or Strayed
A dark or black horso branded SS on left
khould r hog baoked near tho loin wnou
i ho horse w last ai'di yesterday ho was go
ing over the Powder llouso hill In an enstorly
direction. Will pay a liberal reward lor Ills
return or Inforrua'lun conceriung blm.
M J.tr V. T. Teru
Messrs. llyrucs S: Korr as ccnttactcrs for tho
rtoicnoruomposiiion gravel rooting aro pro'
pared to till nil orders. The roof Is proven by
thorough Investigation long usoand thousands
of testimonials to bo Ibo most economical
durable and best lire roof In tho market. The
closest scrutiny u invited umce No.zv law
Economy nnd Taste
it cannot alwava bo regarded as onu of the
my6terles or uometin economy how aomo peo-
nlo can ureas well. Thcro nro ladloa bo ele.
'nvlous remark Is frequently heard "Myl
How sho ilrcshcsl Wbero does tho monev
enmnfrmn?" It 1h safo to sttv that discreetly
studying how much could reasonably be
spared for ber pcrsoual ndornmont from ber
and lias been a constant customer of Wolfson
In the purchase nt stylist! lints ami bonuets
WnlfRnn'a la tho ladles' einuorluni lor fashion
able beud gear bat bonnets plumes elegant
ribbons and trimmings. He Is Jim in re'elpl
01 ll vail assortment ur me very meat i-a
nnd New York styles. Ills stock is so rapid
illsnnfied nt that It cuablea blm to renlenlsh
weekly thus obtaining what Is uewint and
brightest In tho markcu of fashion. This Ok-
partment of Wulfson's cxtcnslvu business Is In
fhnrvn nf n lade suoerlntenrlent who selects
especially for tttls clty'a trade nnd under
wunso supervision an muunery articles n
mamifketiirefi and nrcnareil. Wolfson has
vast tntdo secua-1 til this line and la deter
inineu to unth bout It ami increasn it ny picas
"WINE OF OARDUI" our times a tiny
makes a happy tiouscliold.
Sold by James Clavln and L. Orynskl. druggists.
Yejlerdiy will always be msrkrd with a
white slone by the rrcibteriins of this city.
For them it was the culmination of their
eflorls anil the termination of their labors Ihe
celebration of a victory as it were In tli
dedication of a new church edifice entirely
free from debt. This church the Madison
squire Presbyterian Is a Gothic slone build-
ln substantial and neat and is both an orna-
ment to the city and a monument to the pious
labors and tireless devotion of Its members as
well as to the liberality of our cititens gene-
rally. It has a seating cipacity of about 6oo
and is comfortably furnished.
Promptly at 3 o'clock the cserciies began.
Every seat in the pews was occupied while
some chairs were arranged in the aides for
those who came someuhat later. The audi-
ence was composed of people of various
religious denominations besidet that of
the PreibylciUn. They were a Htll-to-do
comfortable looking class of people in attend
ance whose Sunday clothes would stem to
them any day in the week. They were a
people evidently who enjoyed good sermons
ppreciatcd a picked choir and who brought
their religion with them from' the counting
house and store as something of supreme im-
portance and of vital consequence. The fol-
lowing was Ihe order of excrciies :
Organ voluntary; invocation by Ker. V. II
Dodson; first scripture lesson Rev. V. How
ell Muchanan; anthem by the choir; second
ripture lesion Rev. V. S. Falkcnburg;
prayer by Kev. W. 11. Preston; hymn No. 30S
read by the pastor; sermon by Rev. J W.
Neil D. I).; solo Milt Schleining; reading
list of subscribers and historical sketch by
Rev. Mr Ruchsnan the paitor; hymn 310
and benediction by the paitor.
The sermon by Rer. Neil was a Tine effort
lie took for the basis of bit discourse John
xvil 30-Jt : "Neither pray I for thee alone
but for them also which shall believe on me
through their word. That they may all be
one as thou Father art in me and I in thee
that they alto may be one In cs that the
world may believe that thou hast sent me."
The reverend gentleman spoke without note
or manuscript yet hit discourse was fluent
and brilliant his language was unstudied yet
always appropriate and elegant. It charmed
every ear it reached.
lie began by saying that he proposed to
show what Is the church of (lod from a Pres
byterian standpoint It seemed to him sin
gular that the question had not been answered
long ago. During the third and fourth cen-
turies controversy was rife and discussion
heated over the doctrine of the trinity
The high water marks the creeds
were then being formulated. The neat
w centuries foundthc scholastics and theolo'
giant discussing anthropology and kindred
ubjectt till reaching the days of Calvin
Lutber Zuinglius and Melancthon the science
o' salvation how to be saved aroused an
unircrsil attention nnd consequent Investlga'
tion. lie did not believe that a unity cf form
ritutt or declaration of faith would ever be
reached. lie did not apprehend that it was
desirable. Christ in the text ipeaks of the
unity of Ihe ideal church Ihe church trium
phant of those who have passed over th
(bod of those living and of those unborn
who were ransomed by the blood of the lamb
Christ did not here allude to the unity of the
visible church. Tim: and space contained to
many obstacles to Ihe accomplishment of this
Calvin and Luther and Cranmer thought
hardly a century would elapse till the question
of ecclesiastical unity would be stilled. Hut
almost seemed more helpless now
than ever. lie maintained that
all for whom Christ had prayed belonged to
the church from the time of Abel the first to
enter the heavenly courts down among the
latest to be received in the mansions of the
elect. At a Presbyterian he believed th
doctrine of predestination dominated th
whole field of the plan of salvation. Christ
taw no unity in this world lie taw as John
a iw a great multitude and to observing he
here prays for a unity of spirit a unity which
hid its origin In heaven that deep profound
uiily when all are one with God where It has
both Its image and model.
The reverend doctor alluded to the infidel
ity of the past decade. He characterized it
as twaddle. It prated of the brotherhood of
man in ornate rhapsody but it discarded the
fatherhood of God which made that frater-
nity possible and it is likely lo give us trouble
It was the reproach of Protestantism ad-
vanced by the Catholic church that there wat
no unity that the tendency of Protestantism
was towards disintegration that denomina-
tions are ceaselessly multiplying etc. For
his pait he did not believe in a dead uniform-
ity. I: would be a curse to coerce tarn to
live after the same form or by a single plan.
It would lit moral and intellectual ilavcrv.
It was true the speaker admitted that in
tome of the division! of churches the pinions
and folly of men have only been too compicu-
out. But In this God has made the wrath of
man to praise him. While the Council of
Trent was sitting and fulminating Archbishop
Cranmer wrote to Calvin Inviting him and
Melancthon and Lilher to come to Lambeth
psltce Hngland and hold a conference tn
order to effect a basis of union for all
the reformed churches. "I will come.
I would gladly cross loco scat
to accomplish this." Hot storms on the
oceans aad war prevented his going yet It
thowt how near to his heart was this desired
After all he concluded there is more unity
la ibis variety fn this diversity than some
suppose. Three years ago at Edinburgh
30.000 congregations wete represented there
at the Evangelical alliance all recognising at
lean the Calvlnistic system of theolrgy wliha
Presbyterian government and it told strongly
for unity when a committee of that body re
ported how narrow were thebarrlettof separa-
tion between thoie trained up In the school of
Knox those who were taught the Heidelberg
citechiim or thoie who adopted the Augsburg
confession. The approximation was wonder-
ful. P.ev. Mr. Buchanan the pastor read Ihe
list of subscribers contributing to Ihe erection
of the building among whom was one from
the New York board of 54000. It was re-
marked by many at the reading of the list was
concluded that our Jewish cl'ltens here had
almost to a msn subscribed liberally.
The pastor's review of the efforts made to
erect the Madison Square church wat brief
but interesttrg. lie ssid that two years ago
to-day he first reached San Antonio. On that
day he had lor a congregation only one wor
shippera gentlemen then recently arrived
from Chicago and who with his family were
now members of his congregation. He con
fessed he brgan his work that ol orgtnuipg
a congregation and building a church with
tome trepidation. Hut he relied on a guiding
and bountiful band lo aid him and hit work
had prospered. Gathrriog a few members
about him they first worshiped publicly in
Odd Fellows hall. On February 19 lS32
this church wat first organised. On Ihe 26ih
of March of the tame year trustees were ap
pointed and elders ordained which placed hit
young charge in working order. Shortly
after a Sunday school began its existence and
has continued to grow and prosper ever since
Then the Ladles' Aid society wat formed
meant were raited to erect a chapel adjolnlrg
the church which they had just dedicated
Thlt building wat finlihed and furnished In
two weeks' time. He felt that their work bad
been singularly blessed. The building which
they now occupied had cost the turn of $15'
700. This had ail been liquidated except tbe
sum of $200.
At the conclusion of Kev. Buchanan's ic
marks a collection was taken up and we feel
satisfied from the number of checks thrown In
the basket and the liberality of the audience
generally that Madison Squsre Presbyterian
church does not now owe a dollir. "And -of
tuch it the kirgdora" of religious progress
and enterprise in San Antonio.
CARLISLE ELCTED SPEAKER ON THE
Washington. December t The Demo
cratic members elect assembled tn the hall of
House for the purpose of nominating can
didates to fill the various elective officer!.
General Kotecrani called the caucus to
Mr. Geddes of Ohio was selected a! chair
man; Messrs. Willis of Kentucky; Dibble of
South Carolina Secretaries; Caldwell ol
Tennessee Stockstager of Indiana tell'rs.
The roll call disclosed the presence of IS4
As soon as the roll call was completed Mr.
Dorshelmer of New York offered a resolu
tion providing that the vote for the nomination
a candidate for the Speakership be viva
voce. Agreed to on division by avote of 104
lor against So but the yeas and nays were
demanded and Mr. Nlcholls or Georgia
offered an amendment In the nature of a sub
stitute providing that voting be by ballot.
The roll was called on the amendment and
rejected 75 to 113.
Mr Dorshelmer s resolution was adopted
ithout debate and nominations for the
Speakership declared In order.
Candidates were placed in nomination as
follows: John G. Carlisle by Colonel Mor-
rison of Illinois; Samuel J. Randall by
Governor Curtis of Pcnmjlvanla; S. S. Cox
by General Slocum of New York.
The roll was called by btates and the pro
gress of voting watched with keen Interest
Freauent mttsaees reportinr; footings and
nrlvate tally lilts from time to time were dis-
paicnea 10 tne respective canaiaaics ouisiue
the hall and it was soon evident that Carlisle
had won the contest.
At the conclusion of roll call the vote stood
as follows :
Alabama Carlisle 3. Randall 4 Cox o.
Arkansas Carlisle 5 Randall 4 Cox o.
California Carlisle 2 Randall 1 Coio.
Connecticut Carlisle o. Randall 3 Cox I
Delaware Carlisle I Randall o Coio.
Florida Carlisle 1 Ksndallo Coxo.
Georgia Carlisle 8 Randall 1. Cox o.
Illinois Carlisle 7 Randall o Cox 1.
Indiana Carlisle j. Randall 1 Cox 3.
Iowa Carlisle 3. Randall o Cox I.
Kentucky Carlisle 8 Randall o. Cox o.
Louisiana Carlisle 4 Randall 1 Cox o.
Maryland Carlisle o Kaodall4 Coxo.
Tba Season's IIIt-A Sprightly Comedietta
l'all of Fun aud Laughter.
Our Strategists" was played to a fair
house last evening at Turner hath "Four
acts and a thousand laughs put together just
for fun" does not begin to describe the play.
though it may convey some idea of tbe treat
enjoyed. It is a crisp bright and mirth pro
yoking comedietta. The thread cf the plot I:
an awful tangle but It unwinds gradually in
ludlcous and laughable lengths from Ihe skela
of love. Mr. Henry Linden as the Major (hie 1)
Is a tip top performer and wat the favorite of
the evening. Mr. Bell as Jack Ruttlcdge is
completely athomeon the stage full of the
love of miichevious fan which rendered
everything he did contagious with laughter
Miss Katie Gilbert as Nellie Howard the
prise for which Jack enters the strategic cam
paign is handsome whether as the fun loving
ma'd during the tcenet or as the new
made wife at the fall of the
curtain. Terrence O'Flam't make up
as an Irishman wat artistic and his brogue at
eaiy and rollicking as a Cork cab driver. Mr
Will II. Bray at Sergeant Gumbleton It
fine linger and fair actor bat at a Germsn
character he essays a role for which bit weak
imitation of that dialect thowt he It not fit
Bttidet the piece will not be weakened
at all by his funnyismt being expreised in
droll United Stales. His songs are excellent
and were well received. His responses to
many encores last evening rather disfigured
the harmony of the play making It appear
like a collection of odds and ends rather than
a unified whole. Our Strategists Is one of Ihe
best hits of the season and should be seen
and enjoyed. Some people laughed last
night as never before fairly mopping away
the tears of merriment as they trickled con
tlnuously down theti cheeks. It it on the
boards again for to-night.
The Ministerial association of this city met
this morning at the First Presbyterian church
An election of officers took place resulting In
the selection nf Rev. W. B. rretton PresI
dent Rev. W. J. Falkenburgb Secretary and
Colonel R. M. Moore. Treasurer. OnThankt
giving day at the union serilces In Trinity
Methodist church the receipts amounted
$56. This will form Ihe nucleus of a lucd
for the benefit of the poor of the city to be
distributed to worthy applicants by the minis
Yesterday afternoon at the grounds near
tbe Sunset depot the Sunseta vanquished
Maicott' picked nine by a score of 20 to
The Sunsets will leave on Tuesdsy today
Houston nines. In that dir. and also
measure bats with the Galveston nines. There
will be some heavy betting by our cltixens
List at Othar omcars Etectad lo
Compute tbo Urganltallan.
TURNER OPERA HALL.
Three Nights Only Comniaaclor
IN THE Oil HAT NL'CCCIS
4 Acta 100 Laughs.
1 tba rlrat Act Ton Laugh t
la tli Second Act Yon Hoar I
.lo tba 3d and 4th rots Blunt.
l'.i-rnr monitor nf tha eomnanr an artUt
Seats on sale at ltlscbo's.
TWINER OPERA UAUi
ciiaiili'.s l. n.vris'
Alvin Josliii Comedy Com'j
Full orchestra and $10000 challenge Piano;
180 laughs tn IK) mlnutea. Peats as ltlsche's.
Tlios Goggan & Brothers
Have opened a branch of their Galveston
house at a o Commerce street San Antonio
and have the largest stock of pianos organs
sheet music strings and musical Instruments
of any house In the city. They are State
Massachusetts Carlisle 1 Randall oCox 2. sgents for the world renowned Stelnway
Michigan Carlisle 6 Randall o. Cox 0.
and the favorite and popular Emerson pianos
and sell the same at well at all other goods
in their line at cheap at any house North 01
South. Thot. Coggan & Bros tell pianos and
on such small monthly Installments that every
family can afford to buy one. 9-25'3m
Mississippi Carlisle 5 Randall o. Cox o.
Nevada Carlisle o. Randal! 1. Cox o.
New Jersey Carlisle o Randall 3 Cox o.
New S'ork Carlisle o Randall 7. Cox II
North Carolina Carlisle 8 Randall 2
Oh 0 Carlisle 2. Randall 6 Cox .
Pennsylvania Carlisle o Randall 11 Coxo.
bouin Carolina irnsle 4 Kandall
Tennessee Carlisle 6 Randall 2 Cox o.
Texas Carlisle 10 Randall o. Cox o.
Virciola Carlisle I. Randall 3. Cox o.
West Virginia Carlisle2 Randall 1 Coxo.
Wisconitn (.arlisle 5 Kandall o. Cox o.
Total. Carlisle 104. Kandall c.2. Cox it.
The result of the vote having been an
nounced. Governor Curlin moved that Mr.
Carlisle's nomination be made unanimous
which wss Immediately done.
(.anaidaies lor tne clerkship were then
piacea in nomination ana viva voce meuoa
being still pursued) voted for. at follows:
First roll call lohn B. Claike. of Missouri.
91; J D. C Atklni of Tennessee 93; William
Martin 01 unaware c; total im. no
Second vote Clarke. o: Atkins Q2. Mar
tin. 2. Clarke thus received the nomination.
The nomination for Sergeant-at-arms was
conferred upon John P. Lcidom of Ohio by
Tbe next roll call was for doorkeener.
which resulted in tne Choice 01 j. u. winter-
smith of Texas. The vote stood 1 Winter-
smt'h 95; C. W. Held of Georgia 62; Colt
01 Connecticut. 20.
Six nominations were made for postmaster.
uuriog roii-caii 11 oecame cviaent mat Lycur-
pus Dalton. of Indiana the nresent SuDerln-
tendent of Documents of the Senate had a
ionty. and without announcing the vote the
nomination was mane unanimous.
Rev. lohn S. Lindsay pastor of the Protes
tant Episcopal church of Georgetown D. C
is unanimously nominatea lor mama n.
On motion of General Slocum. of New
York seconded by General Kosecrant it was
uoanimously resolved that U crinpled and
disabled Union soldiers whose names are
now borne on Ihe slodiert' roll under the
doorkeeper of the House be retained. Those
on said roll are subject however to dismis
sal lor lust ana sumctent cause.
The caucus at 12:30 a. m. adjourned sine
Caillsla tbe Speaker.
The agony protracted as it was over the
election of Speaker having resulted in the
intere 49. 4 413 aUtl 45
their accustomed channels while Wolfson
tepir k Co
100 Feet Front by 140 Deep.
draws attention of all classes protectionists
and free traders that their wives can purchase
from him al reasonable figures anything In
his stock. He has just invoiced a late ar
rival ol ladies' circulars of the latest and most
fashionable styles. Also velvets and
velveteens plain and embossed of assorted
Junta Christina Cullenberg aged five years
died from diarrhcea on the 1st to the Third
Elise Bent sged 13 yetrt died from
colors. Ladles' handkerchiefs htm stitched perltonlOs on the 1st In the Third ward
or scalloped together with skirts plair I Treasure Trove.
colored and embroidered are selling rapidly I Yesterday afternoon Detective Hughes
and pleasing everybody. Among his newest found a tllver mine not a true tissue vein
goods ordered by telegraph Is a splendid but a deposit. The cropping! were anjthlrg
stock of ladles' and misses' shoes and ties. In but promising or even seemly seeinc that It
the millinery line the fabric and styles are of wat located under the Commerce street
the latest Paris and New York designs. The bridge. His bonanza was short lived and the
furnishing and trimming of every bonnet It "bottom fell out" at the miners tay after ex-
ender the tuperintendence of a lady accoci- tracting two silver pieces belonging to a toilet
compllshed intbls line of work. Wollson't et. He canled them to Ihe municipal head-
emporium Is complete in every line of goods ... I .
carried. But this Is a truism of his long qters where it was.learned they had been
established trade which scarcely needt repcti- stolen from one of the "tnmmer gltli" of
utme uterwooa'n ctubiunnent.
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