The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
A. W.Uirrunn Tiioa.U. JoiiisaoiT
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SATURDAY JANUAKT 12 Hit.
GOVHHOX. UlLAND'S MISS AC I has had a
(eod run thromh the ptpeti and waj very
A irDMBix of billi bare bees Introduced in
the Legislature making it justi&able homicide
to kill a man caught In the act of cutting
Tlic grateful announcement comes from
Austin that no poker roams harebeen opened
and ai yet no legislator has been guilty of in-
dulging in the seductire excitement of a little
game of draw.
Bin Thompson it is repotted put on his
war paint the other night in Austin that is to
saj got on a drunk and indulged in his
favorite pastime of shooting out lights in an
attempt to paint the town red. Ben is a
anilines and should be abated.
It looks a little bit icconsistcnt for the
stockian at their meetiog in Austin to adopt
a resolution asking for a law prohibiting cor-
porstioni to acquire or own Urge bod'es cf
land in Texas when many of their represent-
ative men own whole counties almost.
Tin election of progressive men for Alder-
ssta on Monday will settle the future of San
Antonio whether it is to be a city in fact or
be fenced in. The discuision of the progress
of the city has had the effect to bring out good
men and the voters should select the best.
San Antonio eught to make a bid to sc-
ore the Odd Fellows' State home a buildiag
the members of the order contemplate erect-
iig where their sessions will be regularly
held. It Is to cost in the neighborhood of
$100000 and will be an ornament to any city.
The Louisville Courier-Journal man being
a safe distance from New England writes :
"Most of the New England girls marry In
November. The weather being cold the
bridegroom stsys in doors and is much lets
likely to escape than in the balmy simmer
Ir is a matter of some congratulation that
the coming Aldermanlc election is in every
riipect devoid of politics. It is in fsct a
race where the best man will w o. and If It
safe to aay that no non-progressive candidate
will be elected. Progress is ta be the result
of tkia election.
Tm Jackioaville Illinois Journal it try-
isg to navigtte a boom for Postmaster-Gen
cral Gresham. as a candMi tirn ih w.
tlonal Republican convention. With Illiaois
divided between Loran. Lincoln and nrihm
it we-old look easy enough for Atthar to get
away wun nanors on that occasioi.
Dio Liwis' Monthly for January ia heller
that the preceding lumber of thia more than
excellent magazine. The contents caver a
wide range of subjects all of which arc inter'
estlog and particularly for the fireside. The
great wonder ia how so excellent a magazine
can be published at such a low price of
5 50 per year or 25 ceata a month for It la
Thi Galveston Print lays: "The City
council 01 ban Antonio in adapting unani
mouily a resolution requeuing Hon. John
Hancock to use his best inluence to secure a
liberal appropriation from Congress to carry
oat the news 01 Captain Eadi for the im
provroaent of the entrance to the Galveston
harbor has act a ball in motion that mar
gather strength enough as it rolls along to
accomplish much good. The example of the
lrao City ahould be followed by other
'ilea of Texaa as the object aought to be at'
rijed it of the highest importance U the
ingtUAT good la to reault to amall atack
ot by the pastage of a herd law" aaya
'villa Standard "ia qalte obscure but
It la very plain how it will benefit the larger
onea. The herds of the latter would grow in
numbers while those of the former would as
rapidly diminish. About the best way to
settle the fence trouble la for the Slate to buy
back the landa ahe haa aold in large bodies
and resell them or give them away In smsll
tracts to actual aettleri. She has aa much
tight to force a ma to sell Ms land aa to say
that heahall not have the privilege of fencing
it. To force men to torn their landa out
without compensation that a free range may
be had ahould not be thought of much less
tolerated In a civilized country."
In vikwino the events of the past the
Memphis Avalanche saya that "in 184S the
Democrats were defeated on a square tariff
issue. It was protective tariff agalnat the
revenue tirilTof 1846 and the Whigs won. In
all the Presidential carapaigna from that year
until 1SS0 the tarifl cut no figure. The chief
limes beginning with the canvasa of 1S51
were questions connected with slavery war
and reconstruction. The Democrats fought
on a reform platform in 1876 and the tariff
was scarcely mentioned except In the platform.
But in 1SS0 the tariff issue became prominent
and the antl-ptnteclion declaration of the
Democratic party caused Its defeat. Perhaps
the parly leadera may learn something from
experience and perhaps not. The idea of
national protection to home induitriea waa
never ao atroog with the people as it is tc-
W Tin "Man on Ihe Avenue" In the
Washington Republican wanta an old
motto changed and jives the following aa his
reasons: "Give me money" said Ihe New
Yorker "and never miad religion or the
tariff. I hare stood at Union square and
watched people paaa day after day aad none
received Ihe homage of the popalace so fully
aa yoar millionaire. I have traveled the world
over and I find that money now ia king. A
fewyearaago men made goda of education
and freedon. Hut that era has passed. The
professor or theotogisn the philanthropist or
explorer can pass without salute but when
the Goulda the Vanderbllts the Singers and
the rest of the money world appear all the
salates which were known to the knighta of
old are given. Patrick Henry'a motto ahould
be changed It 'Give me money. or give aae
death I' "
The Piltsbarg Telegraph has bees con
trasting the condition of the laborer of the
present day with that of the laborer 100 years
go and finds that it has vastly improved.
Wages have more than doubled and the
hours of labor have been reduced from 12
hours to 10. Owing to the diversity of occu-
pations and Ihe tremendous development of
the mechanic arta a larger proportion of men
are working under roof aad are sheltered
from the weather. For this reason they can
otic more days in the year. The tendency
through the multiplication of machinery la
toward skilled labor and consequently toward
igher wagea and the agitation which ia be
ing kept up by the labor uaions for a reduc-
tion of the hoirs constituting a day's work
ill eventually result in the attainment of the
desired object. Upon the whole the workiag
people have reaaon to congratulate themselves
oa the outlook.
From tho Iloston Investigator.
These religious fanatics in maintaining
polygamy are carrying out the Old Testament
doctrine on that subject: and this is not only
ouropioion but that of Henry Ward Beecher
who being a theologian is well posted in ihe
Bible. In his Thanksgiving sermon Mr.
Beecher said of the Mormaca:
"There standa Ihe phenomenon of the
Nineteenth century. What is its power!
nrrcin uocs 11 consist! vvnat 11 it doing!
It is a spiritual despotism absolute. It is
lounded on tanaticiam and lcnorar.ee abso
lute. It is founded on a literal acceptance of
meura lesnmeni. 1 aon t see now a man
who believes in verbal inspiration can throw
nones at me .Mormons. Are tney polrga-
mlitit So is the Old Testament saint. What
aort of a fellow waa Solomon! In all his
glory he was not arrayed like one of these.
Murmonism in its religious philosophy is
simply the attempt to reintroduce into mod
ern economy Ihe instilntions and beliefs of
the Mosaic period of the Old Testament.
1 bey have no gorgeoua ceremonial. There
re very lew miDga that appeal to their im-
einatltm. And vet it is one of the most co
hesive bodies ! men that exist."
I nf IW.. mr.fr A. II . ian.1
V. D. Wright nf th.11 city of Ban Antonio in
Ilexar county Texas doing business therein
by bis deed ot assignment of mid date and
dulr on record In the odiea of tbo K'gluer nf
Deeds In laid count V. In Vol. 30. nnnra L'H.'H
assigned and transferred to the undersigned
all lila estate and property of every kind not
exempt by law described In schedule attached
m Ntiu ueea aa as-igneo ana in trust under tin
Gfcneral assls-mnfnt Ihw nf Tvvnm fnr tl. i.nn
duchargo of said Wright upon rivolpt of tho
irruiniriiuiiHi urouuni 01 Mm assigned estate
-- III.MIT IIALDEMAW.
Pilea are freouentlv nreeeilnrl hv mm. a
Weight In tho back loina and lower part of the
ablomen causing the patient to supposo he
haa some affection of tho kidneys or neighbor-
ing organs. At times symptoms ot Indigestion
ant present aa flatulency uneaalneaa of the
luiumu cm. a uiomure iiae perspiration
producing a Terr dlsagrcca! e Itching partlo
ularly at night after getting warm In beil. Is a
very common attendant. Blind Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to tho appllcatlonof
Dr. Uosanko'a l'lle ltemedr. which v-iriimnir
upon the parts affected absorbing the Tumori
jijiug iir imcn.o swung ana effecting a
permanent oure whore all other remodloa have
t? 1 S t r? cenw. ooia oj u. ochasse A.
The 8t. Leenartt Hotel.
We advise our friends when ih mntn a.n
Antonio to stop at the now "8t. Leonard
they will nnd handsomely furnlshod rooms'
for the reasonable aum of $3 and tJ 50 per day
according to the rooma occupied. No where
... mo !wih van inu Bumo nccummoantlona bo
found for tho money. Btock men will ulease
maka a note of thla. v-18 3m
Messrs. rtyrnes & Kerr as contractors for
p.. u uiucn. 1 no roor is proven 1
thorough In vestigation long use and thousan
Of testimonials to ha' the mnst rrmnnmh.il
durable and best lire roof In tho market. Tbo
UIUDvk u.iii t ihtiicu. uiuce o. Xtt UOIU'
Tour Opportunity to 1'urehase a Lot
On easy terms and at your own price la no
offored to tl.os.i who wish to make 630 n
cent on an Investment In six months i'l
Diiwiwisusuuimru inr orrr pnnio'l Hat.
yieqntrtnff Telegraph unit Telephone Folea
to be fainted anil frolrltiltlne; the l'lac.
Ins? of l'ostera or Advertising Cards en
Be It Ordained by tbo City Council ot the City
flrrTTMN 1. All teleiminh and telonhnne rrolea
erected within tho first tire limits Its tbla city
shall bo stripped of all advertising card! and
nifeir pauneu ior ja reel iroin inn gruunu
within todays from tho passngo of tbli ordi-
nance. HE0.2. Any person who shall place any tid-
vs rtlsing curds or posters on nnr telegraph or
telephone polo within aald limits shall ire guil-
ty of an offense.
Sr.0 3. Any person violating any of tho pro-
visions of this ordinance shall be fined In any
sum not lets than flvn (IS) dollars and not ex
ceeding 111 tr dollars for eacn anu every
day of n rnlhlro to comply with tho previsions
thereof. And any portion found guilty of
placing advertising cards or poster on any
telegraph or telephone pole shall In addition
to thoiM-nally herein provided for be directed
inrcmovnthoMinc. unuer a trcnnur 01 no
less Hum ilvo (V) dollars and not exceeding
fifty (f Vi) dollars for each and every day aald
advertising cards or tioatrrs remalu on said
telegraph or telephone pole.
I'asseu anu approver! January e irot.
J. II. FliENCii Mayor.
U. P. Claudos. City Clerk. 1-11-lOt
Randa of Life-
Tlmnnnr tlrlp waIU for no man. but the annds
of lllocontlnuototlowon and on year after
year never stopping nover hesitating In Ita
work of waste unlem occasioned by n Cough
Cold or aonio Lung Affection whero Dr. Bos-
ankn'a Cough and Lung oyrup arrcsta it and
makes tbo slum of life lis allotted tbreo ircorc
and ten. (10 to C. Schaase A. Drclsa orl.
Urynakl druggists and ask them for a free
trial bottle of this medicine. They bavo thorn
to give awar.
SAM C. BENNETT
tThblcmle and Batall Dealer In
rm: winks liquors
SXS ANTONIO TEXAS.
Ni 13 3IalB.xlavsa
San Antonio Texas whoiesalo dealer and man
ufacturer bu the largest atock of
In the city and given tho beat value for the
money to be had In Texas. Call and ace for
TYPE for SALE.
700 Pounds Long Primrr
Almost aa good as new at .10 cents per pound.
500 Pounds Brfrier
Bamoasused In Ihel.inilT at 23 cents. Also
one caso old atylo nonpareil about 100 pounds
at ono half tho prlco of new type. Have also
10 Fonts Display Tjpe
and column rules suitable for a country
weekly paper. Addresa
T. B. JOHNSON
Care LiatlT office.
Is a complete anti-
dote to all kinds of
Blood Poison and
INimtlTnt) IT.-Mr famllr all have Scrof-
ulaarrine mildly but my case was ot tbo
worsi iypernna resistcri an ireaiment until 1
and well try forcing al the poison out through
Ihe pores of the skin. It Is the greatest medi-
cine In tbo world and 1 hopoany who doubt
K. C. II AWES. Jit. Clarksvllle da.
Totter and trying many physicians. I was at
laet relieved by tbeusoof swift s Specific and
I cheerfully commend It to all similarly
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Biseaaes
mailed tree tn app'leanta.
Til B SWIFT 8PKCIKIC CO..
Drawer 3 Atlanta Oa.
Staehely & Tips
SO CmMerc Btret tmm
Bnilrs' Mware Iron Steel
NalU IIor Rimi YTo4 Wrk
Ah TtU f Kry UMiipUi
PAINTS and OILS
John Doors hand and sulky plows culti-
vators etc. Tennessee wagons and general
farm machinery. JlMU-flru
N. S. BURNHAM M. D.
272 Commerce Street
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS
All rfllMUtMAf V-m. mA V.. . ..J I.
iuvos yiMuou lUBuupr wun ma lateaia
? -L' .VIUUWU oiw siraugDiflnea. ami
M AYon'ii Omen l
City of &m Antonio UccenbcrSS 183. f
Urvlrtuoof tho authority conferred on mo
by tho charter and ordinance! of tho city I
J (i meg H. French. Mayor of tho city of Anto-
nlo do Imuo thlfl my proclamation ordering'
and directing that au election bo held In this
city on tho
Second Monday in January 1881
(Hlh) fortho following officer to-wlt :
Ono Alderninn In each ward to fill Tncanclea
occasioned by tho extitrntton of tho term of
ncrvlei. of tho following Aldcrmnn. tt J.N.
uaimpner warn n i; Augusti. iieiKnap
ward No. 2; II. U DrgemT ward No. if; Lmll
Nltrffll ward No. 4.
Tho polls will to opened In tho different
wards from 8 o'clock a. in until A o'clock p.
an do loiiuwinjcpiacvftaio-wii : i iruiwnni
virdnr'ai n fll rv irrm(llnir nfllror llrnrv
man; Second ward 3J Acoqula street onpmlto
Third ward Alamo prpultilnir otllcr IMward
Uiftcne; f ourtn warn zvi amnio sirrci near
Vllllta street presiding "Dicer C. K. lire li-
neman Tho election will be held nnd returns be
ma do In accordance with an ordinance govern-
luir elections chapter IP revised ordinances
In testimony whereof I hereunto plgn my
naiBP and hare caused tho seal nf tho city to
bo nniicd tbl tho'ud uf December. 18K).
MarorliY of Snu Autonln.
E P. Clauio;t City Clerk. l-6t
tlon In Dolliics. lit dmirb! Illutirationi
fully chosen acriali short ttQreslttche and poems
contributed by the forcmat ir tiiiundHUthorsof the
dir.it c uriei instruction tnd entcrtaiumcnt to thou-
ndi ot American homes
It wdl always be the aim of the pnblinherf to malte
this design f present constant improvement In atl
thoe features which have gamed lor It the confi
dene Bfmpaihy and support of its large army of
Harper's Weekly $1 Of)
Harper's Magazine i 00
Harper's Bazar.. 4 00
Harper's Young People. 1 50
Harper's Franklin Square Library one year
C2 Number.) 10 00
Fostace paid en all subscribers la the United
States or Canada.
The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the fint
umber for January of each year When no time
mentioned.it will be understood that the subscriber
wishes to commence with the Number next after the
ceipt of order.
The last Four Annual Volumes ofHarrier'sWeekty
fatd or by express free of expense (provided tlic
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Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement
ithout the express order of Harper & Itrothers.
Address HARPER & BROTHERS New York.
ledsed arbiter of fashion in this contrv. Its
fashion plates are the newest and most stjluh ( and
its pattern sheet supplements and economic sugges
lions alone are worth many times the cost of the tub-
scription lis illustrations of art needlework arc
from the best sources Its literary and artistic merits
of the hithett order. It stone poem and cs
i are bvthe first American and hut one an anihon
Its choice art pictures would fill portfolios and Its
ny journal in America. Ahostofbnlliantnovelties
re promised for 1884
Harper's Rarar. U 00
Harper's Magazin 4 00
Harper's Weekly i 00
Harper's Young Pcepte 1 CO
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(53 Numbers). 10 00
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neat cloth binding will be sent by mail .postage
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rder or I)rart to avoid chance of loss.
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Address HARPER c BROTHERS New York
245 Ithrket St. San Antonio.
The Best In Uio World.
ia rle Gun.
gun s:pistols cutlery
AND FISniNQ TACKLE.
Airent for liefr'er Ilammerlcsa Guns. No. 240
Commerce street Pan Autonlo Texas. Bond
tor prion list lt2a-Sm
JACOB WEBElt & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Wines Liprs Beer Cigars
and Manufacturers of
THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS
Kummet Anisette extract of Hoarhonnd eto.
Krlsch's ball cornrr llousUa aad North
"Una streats. Baa Aatonla. 1-4-ly
ED. STEVES & SONS
Doors Sash Blinds Shingles Etc.
5rV.l?u.VffiW:o8tM SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
O. EX. MUELLER
Dealer in Paints Oils Wall Paper Window Glass
Mirror Plates Artists' Materials lite.
Dcluro Framing; and Fine Sinn Wok a Special!-. l-"in
SOULE & WILLIAMS '
PAINTS OILS. GLASS ETC.
Sole Agents for the CcIcbrAted Arerll UeaJj-MlxedPaigt.
Paper Hangings in Every Variety.
233 and 235 East Houston Street San Antonio Texas.
O. in. FROMMER
Practical Book Binder and Ruler
Opp. Court House SolcdaU St. San Antoaio.
Ii. "W". KOBNIGSBBEG
MERCHANT TAI LOR
So. S Commerce Street
Dyelnjr and Bcourlnsr a specialty. Keep a well selected stock of Jeans and cslmere sprint
bottom pants on hand tluarnntecs entire satisfaction la stylsj tit and prions ltapatrinir doo
In trood style. Olvo hlraa call. 7-M)ra
MESQTJITE BLOCK PAVEMENT.
WALTER SCfll? CONTRACTOR a MANUFACTURER
OfJlcc nnd Factory 30G SOS S. Laredo Street San Antonio.
Tho best material now offrrcd to the puhflo forstreets and sidewalk ravinr. Trlcea Flnrt.
elaaSHo. per loot. Second-class 2'o. Heforcooeat F. (Irooa President CTorman-Rnvllsti sei ill
F. W. Uinxe. Treasurer Ban Antonio Labor association FrIU Illppcrt Ooorite It. Stnml
II. 1). Ktmnborjr. 7 S-lJ
Chas. Hummel & Son
Ammunition VIsMdk Tacklo And Bportlnr Articles which they offer nt Aitonlitalny !
Prlcoani defy cnmpotltl m. 30 Commerce Streat Hmn Antonio Tmi.
ty Hppalrinir a special 1 7 and work iruarantoed.
Jiocmc.Tei. A-W. narrrrp.
Persons wlshlna: to spend the fall and winter
In tho country will find at this bouse as many
homecomrorla as can be found anywhere.
Well ventilated rooms best or beds and more
verandah promenade than any other house In
thoBtate. Puro woll and cistern water. Asa
health resort lloern has no equal in Ions
esireclally for pulmonary complaints. Our
flotcl property In Boorne Texas situated on
tlio Public Square nnd tho bank of Clbolo
Creek. Tho house haa SO rooms 00 feet of
promenado gallery two-story lias Hi acre of
around with an orchard of acleitfiult trees;
also allnoirardcn. lias two wellsand a cistern
with force pumps and Irritating machinery.
Plenty otstaalo room and Is tho stago stand
for all the different stare lino. Has a largo
patronage and can be bought at a bargain.
For lnforaiatlon and particulars apply to
10-lMf T. II. JOHNSON this office.
BAM ANTONIO TEXAS.
X feft AWTONiq.TEXAj
Retail Dealers in
near Bridge San Antonio.
Traders' National Bank
S04 Comnms StrMt
BAN ANTONIO. .... TBXAB
Transacts a gcaeral banking nslnesa.
Private Lodging House
tl corner Avenue 15 and Stventh street.
Furnished rooms to let by day week or meath
at liberal prices. ItVWm
SIX MI1YLTOX ACKES
for Sale hj
Formerly with Land Department Interna-
tional and dreat Northern railway.
Land Dealer s General Apt
202 Commerce St. Car. NaTtrro
Upstairs over Blum & Kocnlrsharger'a Ran
Antonio Toxas. Western agent for the New
York and Texas La-rJ company limited
owner of tbe International and Orrnt
NorthMiland Houston and Oreat Northern
railroad toad grants ood etkor landa. ItVMhai
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