The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 213, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 5, 1883 Page: 2 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
A.W. (lirrnnn Tito. U. Joiiksoh
V. L. Winth.
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THOMAS II. JOHNSON'
Entered at postofllco at San Antenlo Texas
as socond-cuus matter.
WKn.NUSDAT I)l:Ci:.MIIi:it B J 883.
Look out (or a big split In the Democracy
alter the election of Speak sr.
Till devil It to pay among the Ohio Demo-
crats; Pendleton Thurmin Hoadly and
General Ward want to boss their party.
Till LIGHT was in error and while the tel-
egraph reported all the Texas delegation as
voting for Carlisle Representative Ochiltree
cast his vote for Mr. Wadsworlh of New
Parties as well as republics are ungr aleful.
The Ohio Democrats have thrown John G.
Thompson overboard and he can now repeat
the tpeech of Cardinal Woolsey from the
bottom of his heart. No patriotic man of
any party will shed a tear over his being
It is now given out that the moment Con-
gress shall be organized for business General
Kosecrans will aim a death blow at Mormon-
Ism. We hope it will not be blank cartridge
which he puts In his gun and that it will not
snap. Mormonism is a blot which should be
Tilt touchingness and the spitefulness
shown by the Galveston papers whenever an
interier paper fails to gush over their city does
not do Galveston a particle of good and ren-
ders the papers themselves ridiculous. Nar-
row minded newspapers always damage a
town or city and provoke opposition.
Jay Gould is to build an $Soooo tomb.
That sum of money would gladden the hearts
and satisfy the hunger of several thousand
poor people and Uieir grateful benedictions
would be his best monument. No doubt
Dives also had a costly monument but it did
not amount to much when the pinch came.
Whin a man hangs out a big sign by his
conduct that he is working day and nljrht lor
an office and courting the people by all sorts
of arts and artifices the people should spurn
his solicitations and elect a man of an oppo-
site turn. Let us try the plan of letting the
office seek the man and we will gain largely
in public men especially in Congressmen and
It is very probable that the Carlisle men in
the House will manage to dodge the tariff
question so as to reassure the business men
of the country. If they do so there was
neither sense nor patriotism in beating Ran-
dall and they will be as ridiculous as ever
public men were in any age or country.
"When the devil was sick tho dovll a monk
Tlic course of the Ilourbon press towards
the two recent converts the Galveston News
and the Houston Tost well Illustrates the in
grained fatuity of Uouibonlsm. Instead of
receiving them with a hearty welcome and
setting them to do journeymen's work Ihe
Bourbons seem determined to shut the door
In their faces. The News and the Post are
equally resolved not to be kicked out. The
fight is quite amusing to a spectator who does
not care a cent about the result.
President Arthur's message was sent to
both houses yesterday The document Is
rather brief but It discusses quite forcibly the
many questions of direct Interest to the coun
try and the suggestions he makes are plain
and practical and show that as chief msgU'
trate he is fully alive to the responsibilities
and duties of the position. The Light wilt
endeavor to give the message in an epitomized
form and we regret that our space is so
limited that we cannot give It In full. In
ability it Is equal to any previous one and
will amply justify the time given for Its perusal
There Is no sort of doubt of the fact that
cxormiani rcnis anu me sign prices oi pio
t islons work sgainst the growth of San An-
tonio and that sound policy and wisdom re.
quire a change in this respect before necessity
forces It upon us. The mite of the laboring
man is nothing by Itself In Ihe till of the shop-
man and the merchant but when the mites of
10000 laborers comes to be added to it the
aggregate assumes a respectable size and ex-
ceeds the outlay of the small number of cap-
italists. The loss of a single bard working
and industrious man is a serious drawback
to San Antonio yet high rents and provisions
have caused many to seek cheaper places
This is all very short-sighted policy as every
one will admit when the admission will come
too late to be of any use and we therefore
urge a reduction of rents and In the price of
provisions. There is no excuse for beef selling
at 15 cents per pound when it does not cost
5 cents at the outside nor are the taxes so
high as to justify exorbitant rents. There
should be reason In all things.
The Fort Worth Gazette with a highbred
courtesy that renders discussion both pleasant
and Instructive insists upon it that the posi-
tion assumed by the Llr.llT against an appro-
priation by the Texas Legislature to aid the
New Orleans Exposition is erroneous and ill-
judged. On this point the Light joins issue
with the Gazette and appeals to the people of
the Slate for judgment. Jt Is suicidal to stim-
ulate and encourage the growth of cotton by
means of a cotton exposition ; people devote
far too much attention to cotton as it is and
we are for weaning them from so ruinous a
habit. It will not benefit Texas 1 cent to be
represented at this exposition by Its cotton
alone for it will bring neither population nor
capital into the State; nor will it enhance the
value nf lands. Tublic money Is derived from
taxes levied on the people and should not be
thrown around as though it grew on trees by
the Legislature. An appropriation of money
to this cotton exposition will be plainly in
violation of the Constitution and good sense
and will be a squandering of the money of the
people. That Is our ground and we shall not
budge from it. Major Ilurke's connection
with it imparts no Iresh charms to It in our
opinion as we are ignorant of any achieve-
ments or qualifications of his which should
lead us to trust him blindly.
It IS both possible and probable that when
fences were first cut there was ample justifica
tion for it in the fact that the act was neces-
sary to give cattle perishing with thirst access
to water; but fence cuttiog since the rains
have made water abundant is bound to have
been the result of pure cussedness and law-
lessness and for that reason highly criminal.
An indiscriminate war against fences is down-
right lawlessness and must be met and put
down by the law. The law must enter into
no compromise bargains or trade with the
spirit of lawlessness for that would degrade
the State as well as invite future acts of law-
lessness. When men defy the law and chal-
lenge it to a trial of strength in an open field
the State must accept the challege and go Into
the contest to win cost what it may. When
lawlessness defies and triumphs over the law
liovernment Is at an end since the chief pur
pose for which Governments are instituted is
to protect life and property. The Legislature
should make ample provisions for public and
private roads and forbid the enclosing of
lands not belonging to the maker of the fence
and of water courses and Ihen punish fence
cutting as a felony as well as by giving the
owner damsges In a civil suit. If fence cut-
ting is the result of meanness aad deviltry or
of an Indiscriminate opposition to fences the
State Is bound to subdue this lawless spirit at
any cost. The Light Is for redressing all
real wrongs but at the same time it Is Inflex-
bly opposed to any compromise or truce with
The public lands In Texas have been a
hot bed of mismanagement and fraud for 45
years and in that time millions of acres have
been stolen from the State through ihe most
shameless frauds that were ever perpetrated.
The pittance of public land now left Is being
filched from the State by fraud and combina-
tion. It Is difficult to "head oil" the "land
sharks" who have become proficients in all
the arts and devices of fraud. The land now
belonging to the State should be sold in small
tracts to bona fide settlers. Large land own-
ers are rapidly becoming hinderances to the
settlement and growth of Texas and downright
nuisances to the small farmers In their vicinity
and time will develop fresh complications.
The sooner the public lands are sold out to
small farmers the better will it be for the
State as it will cut off the chief fountain of
corruption and fraud. Let the lands be sur-
veyed on the plan adopted by the United
States in townships and sections reserving
20 feet on both sides of all water courses to
the public nd then sell the lands out at pub-
lic ssle in So acre parcels with a prohibition
gainst any one man buying more than 640
acres. The State could place a minimum
price upon its lands. These land sales should
be continued until every acre of public land
shall have been sold. We are satisfied the
State will be benefited by getting rid of its
public lands since they have only been a
source of corruption to the State Government
and Texas will gala a fine population of small
industrious farmers with families areund
Ho Not He Deceit ed
Hut advertise in the holiday edition of the
A nlco Christmas present would bo a Ufo
size portrait by 11. Hfvoire a French artist
who recently arrived In Han Antonio l'ersons
desrlnga tlrst-class portrait am rcsectfully
Invited to visit my studio at No. 0 Collcitu
street. Ban Antonio Texas.
ll-ia-lm V.mix ltivomr:. ArlUt.
Piles aro frequently preceded by a senso of
weight In the back loins and lower part of the
abdomen causing- tho put leu to supposo ho
bassomoalfoctlonof tho kidneys ornclg-hbor-Ing
orirnns. Attlmee-iymptomsof Indirection
are present as Uatulency uneasiness of tho
stomach eto. A moisture llko perspiration
producing a Tprydlsairreoaa 0 Unking- partlo-
ularly at night after irottlnir warm In bod. Is a
very common attendant flllnd llleedlnir and
Hoblng- Piles yield at onoo to thr application of
Dr. Boeanko's Pile Uomody which acta directly
upon the parts affected absorbinit the Tumors
allaying- the Intense Itchtair. and effecting- a
rwrmanent cur; whore all other remedies hive
f. want or confidence accounts for bair or tin
liualnrM failures nf to-dar. (3. HeliaM. A.
llrclM and I Orynskl druggists are not liable
to fall for tho want or contldcnco In Dr. Hoean-
ko's Coujrh anil l.unir Syrup for they srlro
away a bottlo fceo to all whoarosutfeiing- Willi
Coughs Colds. Asthma. Consumption and all
affections of tho Throacand Lungs.
How to savo money (and drugs) by taldnir
Turko-ltussian baths or Steam llath for your
colds rheumatism dumb aauo and all skin dis-
eases can bo found at A. Zilian'h
Corner Commerce and A latuo streets.
Also Hot and Cold Water Hatha at 25 cents
Messrs. Ilymoa Kerr as con traders for tlio
neither Composition grovel rooting are pre-
pared to nil all orders. Tho loot Is proven by
thorough Investigation long use and thousands
of testimonials to bo tho most economical
durable mid best lire nmr In tho market. Thu
closostscrlltlnyls jHVltcd. OIllcu No. IIV C0111-
Tlie 81. Leonard Hole).
Wo advlso our friends when they goto Ban
Antonio to slop at H10 new "M. Ionard
excellent table and every home comfort all
for the reasonable sum of $2 and IS CO per day
according to tho rooms occupied. So wheic
In the South ran tbe same accommodations be
found for tho money. Block men will inwe
make n nolo of this.
I take pleasure In notltyliic. my friends that
I havothlsilay taken charge ngaln of the lle
stock brunch of my busbies that 1 bad leased
for a short tlino to .Messrs. Fawn-It .V Sander.
I trust my friend will coiitliiuelo honor and
faior me with the'r old time patronage In this
line of business as well 11s In all my uther
business In the commission line.
Sun Anionic November SO imci. ll.i"i-:l
Sands of Life.
Tlino nor tide waits ror no man. but the sands
of llfo continue to Uow on and on year alter
year never stopping nover hesitating In Its
work of waste unices occasioned by a Cough
Cold or some Lung Affection where Dr. llos-
anko'a Cough and Lung Hyrup nrrcstir It and
makes tho span of llfo Its allotted three score
and ten. iln to C. Schasnc A. Drcisa or I..
Orynskl druggists and ask ihcm for n frco
The undersigned having been appointed by
tho llonorabloCoiinty court of Ucxar county
on tho anh day of November A. I). 18.1 for
tho settlement of estates etc. ndmlnlstrator of
ihocstatoof A. Winter deceased and having
iiia!ttled according to law all persons having
claims against tho cstato of said Intestate are
hereby notlUed to present tho same for allow-
ance within tho time prescribed by law and
all persons Indebted to snld cstnto will please
mnko prompt payment to M. I.indneii
Administrator of tho estate of A. Winter
San Antonio Texas December 1 lS"a.
Atiif.xi. Oa.. November ft 13.1-1 am averse
ou general principles to saying anything com-
mendatory of proprietary articles but thero
diseased and suffering to ncknowlcdgo theli
superiority. Among thoso 1 Dad Swlft'i
Specific to rank high. One poor unfortunate
requests me to tell you that he had long been
a sufferer with tcrnblo blood taint and secur-
ing Uttlo If any relief from other treatment
llnaily resorted to Swift's Spcclllc. Ho claims
now that It has afforded hlni relief that ho
feclsthnt his blood Is pure again and wishes
me to express bis deep obligations with which
1 cnceriuuy comply. 1 ours resiteciiuny
Citation by 1'ubllrutlon.
Tin; stati; ok tcxas i
Cou.NTVor IIexaii. 1 To the fcberilt or
any Constablo of llexar County O reeling i
Whereas J. N.Armstrong lias filed bis suit
bcroromeon the 25th day of October A. D.
Intel against J. It. Ilalllgtin. to recover of said
J. H. llalltgan tho sum of lirty.tlvo dollars and
seventy-one cents 1 $55 71). duo upon on account
for gas and fixtures furnished to said J. II.
llalllgan and tho said J. N. Armstrong having
mado affidavit brforo mo that tho said .1. II.
llalltgan Is a nonrcsidcnt of tho State of Texns
so that ordinary process of law cannot bo
served upon him. Tbcso are therefore to com-
mand you that you summon by publication for
Texas tho said J. II. Halllgan. the defendant.
to bo and appear before 1110 at my olllco In tho
city of San Antonio Stnto and county afore-
said on tho second Monday In December A. D.
168.1 it being the loth day of said month of De-
cember to answer said suit of J. N. Armstrong
plaintiff In tho sum ot tlfty-tlvo dollArs and
seventy-ono cents ($V71) as shown by the
account on filoln my olllcc.
Herein fail not but of this wrltmakoduo re-
turn showing how you hao executed tho
Olvcn under my hand ut office In tho city nf
San Antonio this Hist day of November. A. D.
I'M. Anton Aiiav
Justice of tho 1'ence Precinct No 1 llexar
Came to hand November 21 ISBKnt 10 o'clock
a. ui. and executed November SI. lvci. by
causing this citation to bo published In the
San Amiimo I. hint n newspaper publlohed
In lloxar county lor four successive weeks.
Il-i'-lw I'iikd llApKit Constable.
Citation by Publication. '
THK STATU OF TAVAS 1
CniTrir JlKxan. 1 To Iho Sheriff or
any Constablo of lloxar County Orcctlngt
whereas I II. Co w I a ml llsn. attorney for
W. ll.Outtcrsldo ACo. tiled his suit before
1110 on tho 2i:tli day of October A D ItM.'!
against J. H. Halllgan to recover or said J. II.
itallignii the sum of sixty-two dollars and
seventy-two cents (iai'S) duo upon account
for goods sold nnd delivered to said J II. llalll-
irau. And tbosuld John H. Coix-land attorney
for W II. Oultersldu.VCo. having made alll-
duvlt before mo that tho said .1. II Halllgan Is
n non resident of tho Stato of Texas so that
ordinary process of law ciiunot bo served upon
him 'ihci-o aro therefore to command you
that you summon by publication for four suo-
cucsslvo weeks In sumo newspaper published in
tho city of San Antonio lloxar county Texas
thosald J. II. Halllgan. tho defendant to be
and appear before mo at my olllco In tho city
of Sun Antonio Stato of Tcxas and county
aforesaid on thosecoud Monday in December
A. 1). 18.1. It being the loth day of said month
of December to answer suld suit of W. 11.
Outtcrsldo Si Co. plaintiffs In tho sum or sixty-
two dollars and scvcnty.two cents ($tt!7..')us
shown by Iho sworn account ou Illo In my
Herein full not but of this writ make duo
return showing how you havo executed tbo
Given undor my hand at office in tho city of
Sun Antonio this 21st day of November A.D.
l&U. ' Anton Adam.
Justlco of tho Peace I'roclnct No. I llexar
Came to hand November 21 at 10 o'clock n.
m.. and executed Novcmbor 21 138a by order-
ing this citation published In the San Antonio
l.tniiT for four sueccsslvo weeks.
....... Fnco llADEll
ll-2Mwl.s Constablo llexar County.
Citation by Publication.
Till; STATI! Ol-'TnXAS I
CouxTVorllexAit 1 To tho Sheriff or
any Constable of lloxar County--(l reeling:
Whereas J. II. Copeland I'jq. attorney for
Paul Wagner Hied suit before me onthoSutli
day ot October A. D. lw against J. II. Hal-
llgan to recover of said J. It. Halllgan Iho sum
ot nity-setcn dollars and Ihlrty-ono eenta
(S3 3D. duo upon account for goods sold and
delivered to said J. II. Halllgan; and tbo said
John H. Coneland attorney for said Paul Wag-
ner having mado affidavit before mo that tho
taldJ.H. Halllgan Is a non-resident of tho
Btuto of Texas so that ordinary process of law
can not bo served upon Mm. Thcso aro there-
fore to command you that you summon by
publication for rour succcssivo weeks In some
newspaper published In tbo city of San Anto-
nio llexar county Texas thosald J. H. Ilalll-
gen tbo defendant to bo nud appear before
moat my olllco 11 the city of San Antonio
tbe sum or lltty-aovoii dollars and thlrty-ono
cents (157 31) us shown by thu sworn account
on Illo In my office.
Herein fall not but of this writ makoduo
return showing how you havo executed ttio
(liven under my hand at olllco In tho city of
San Antonio this 21et day or November A. II.
1.883. ANTON AllAH
Justlco of Iho Peace Precinct. No. 1. lleiar
Camo to hand November 21 18K3 at 10 o'clock
a. in. and executed November 21. 1883 by caus-
ing this citation to be published In tho San an-
tunio Lioiit a newspaper published In lloxar
county for foursucccsilve weeks.
I II 22-4W Constable llexar Couaty.
Xj. 371 3R .A. 1ST KZ
Xo. i'Jt .Mill 11 LMitzil
San Antonio Texas wholcsalodcatcrand 1
iifaclurer has Ihe largest stock nf
In the city and glua tho best value for the
money to be had In Texas. Cull and sco for
I'rlre .Medal nt Miiropcnn World's Imposition.
TANNERY OF JL OTTKE
'J'JIi S011II1 Laredo St.. Snu Antonio.
All kinds of Pelts cleaned tanned and c olored
(worn pelts especially). ANIiOKA (IOATS
AS (iOOD AS NI'.W. Hucksklns nnd (Moves
washed clchncd and colored. Morocco Linings
Calfskins Kid and all kinds of work pertain-
ing to tbo trade will bo donoattho cheapest
rates and with dispatch ltcmembcr Iho place
2!i0 South Laredo street. 10-l-ly
Private Lodging House
412 corner Av onuo I'. nnd Sotcnth street.
Furnished rooms to let by day week or month
nt liberal prices. HV.T-.1m
Hotel property In Ilocrne Texas situated on
tho Public Square ami tho bank ot Clbolo
Creek Tho housa has 20 rooms 600 fcot of
promenado gallery two-story has iH acres of
ground with nn orchard of select fruit trees;
also n lino garden. Has two wolls and a cistern
with force pumps and irrigating machinery.
Plenty of stablo room and Is tho stago stand
for alt tbo different stage lines. Has a largo
patronage and can bo bought at a bargain.
For Information nnd particulars apply to
10-10tf T. II. JOHNSON this office.
HoerncTcx.A.W Uarr Prop.
rc re oris within? to upend tho fall and winter
In tho country will find nt this liouso us many
homo com rort as con bo found anywhere.
Well ventilated rooms best of beds h ml more
vrrnndah promenado than any other houto in
thobtato. l'urc woll and cistern water. Asa
health resort ltaerno has no ev.ual In Texas
especially for pulmonary complaints. Our
mum lies aru koou ursc-cuiM siajfe coBcnca
dally malls andtclefrraph.
At Itosstinritl's Saloon Opposite
Finest meals best cooking superior ntlcn-
tendance. Also depot for wholesale Tlsh Oysters (iiime
and Dressed l'oultry.
lO-i-lm l'roprlotor. I
SAN ANTOXIO. TEXAS.
Harper's Matrazlno begins ltd sixty-eighth
volume with tbo December number. It Is tho
moat popular illustrated periodical In America
nnd Knjrland always fully abreast of tbo times
In Its treatment ot subjects of current social
and industrial interest and always advanclntr
its standard of literary artistic and mechanical
excellence. Anion Hs attractions for IBM are;
a now serial novel hy William Itlnek Illus-
trated by Abby; n new novel by 11 V lln il-
lustrated by (Jllwon and Dielman; doscrlntivo
illustrated papers by (leorfro II. Jtoutrhtnn
Frank J). Millet C. JI. rarnham. and others;
Important historical nnd biographical papers;
fhort stnrle by V. ). Howell. Charles
vim vizAit 1
Harper's Mairax.no $4 00
Harper's Weekly . 4 U)
Harper's Itazar 4 ()
Harper's Voting Peoplo 1 Ad
Harper's Franklin Square Mbrury nno
year Si numbers) 10 00
Vostago free to nil suWcrlbcrs Jn tho Tnllcd
States or Canada.
Tho volumes of tho Mil trail no begin with tho
numbers of Juno and December of each year.
When no time is specified It will be understood
that tho subset Iber wishes to btglu with tho
Tbo last el it lit volumes of Harper's Magazine
In neat cloth binding will bo ecnt by mail
postpaid ou rocefpt of $3 00 per volumn.
Cloth ruses for binding. M cents each by mull
Index to Harper's Magazine alphabetical
analytical and classified r.ir volumes 1 to (4)
Inclusive from June InV) to June KM) one
vol. Bvo cloth S4 OU.
llemlttances should bo made by nostolllco
money order or draft o avoid chance of loss.
Newspapers aro uottq copy tuts advertise-
ment without the express ordor of Harper A
II A It I 'Kit & llflOTHKUS Now York
O. 3E3C MTTESIjIjBR.
Dealer in Paints Oils Wall Paper Window Glass
Mirror Plates Artists' Materials lite.
I'letiiro Promina- and I'lno Sign Work a Specialty. llW-Cin
Pi- XDXJk.Z HAS REMOVED
TO 2.1.5 CROCKETT BLOCK:
Whcro he liss a lartto stock of Imported clirars an J pipes and smnkcra' arl.lcs. (Iter 20 differ
ent kinds of .'ccntcla-ars. A larito slock nf Jewelry to lie sold below cost as lie lias no room
to keep It. 0-11
SOULE & WILLIAMS
PAINTS OILS GLASS ETC.
Sole AgcntH I'or Ilio Celvhraloil Avcrlll Kcndy-Mixcd Paint.
Paper Hangings in Every Variety.
233 and 235 Kast Houston Street San Antonio Tcxas.
O. JFn FROMMER
Practical Book Binder and Ruler
Opp. Court House Solodnd St. Sim Antonio.
EC. 'W- KOENTGSBEEG
Xo. :tl SoUhIimI Street San Antonio.
nyt'lnirandseourlnirnipeclalty. Kin-pa well selected Block of Joans and cftwlinero aprintr
bottom punt aun baud. Uuaraiitecs entire Bathfuctlon In stjlu lit nud prices. Itcpulrlnjr dontt
In Rood etyle. (Jlvo hlinucall. 7-tt-Ctn
SCOTT CONTRACTOR S MANUPACTUREf
unicc nml 1'iictorj- :!0( :t0S
V. lniro. Treasurer San Antonio Labor
II. U. stiiiiibcnr. T-VD'ly
Chas. Hummel & Son!
Ammunition l-'lslilnif Tackle and Sporting Articles whlcli tliojr offer at Ailonlslilnir low
I'rlccsnnd defy compotlthn. Ho Coiniiierco Street San Antonio Texas. .
trltepalrlnir a specialty and work Kiiaranteed.
I Bargains in Unflerwear I
HI SHEETS CORREVON & CASTLES H
IkT NO. 217 ALAJTlrJjjB
S. larciln Street San Anionic.
association l'rltz HlnDort. ( leoruo It. Slntnl v.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 213, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 5, 1883, newspaper, December 5, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162727/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .