The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 192, Ed. 1, Tuesday, August 12, 1884 Page: 2 of 4
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TtiVlMAH II. JOHNSON.
IlAII.UOAl) T1MK I4HLR
Westward To and
fern Kl I'aeo)....
. STavE as a candidate for Mierlnor Ik-xsr
countr at the CDiulcir election
r0 COCllTY ATTORNEY.
The Lir.lIT Is authorised to announce M. O.
Asdchmix as a candidate for Countr Attorney
of Ileiar countr st the cnsulna- elcitlon.
We are authorised to announce Juiae Joux
It. ItrcTOR o Austin as a cenildate for Con.
irrcsj In the Tenlb I).tMct of Texas.
Wo are autherlied to announce A. 8. rnr.v
AMEii as a candidate to represent Ihls dls'rlrt
Intte next Stato Itlslaturc subject t" tre
actlAO of tbo Democratic Countr Cnnvrnt'on.
Tuesday. August 12 1884.
Axd now Secretary Mcl'hcrson pre-
dict' that Sew Vork will give Maine a
majority of 75000.
It iu transpired that I lie hullionalrf s
are not so much for free grass as tliey
are against tbe lease law.
Or the 830 delegates to the ItepuUlcan
National convention 819 of them aro
supporting Mr. Blaine.
The Independent movement In Texas
has been replaced by a well-defined and
enthnslastlo Republican movement.
The National Anti-Monopoly Execu-
tive committee will meet In Chicago on
Thursday of this week to select n candi-
date for Vice-President.
The additions to the Blaine and Logan
club are rolling In and the next meet-
ing will show a most complimentary
Ir the convention to nominate n coun
ty ticket of Democrats U as "unanimous"
as tho one of Saturday there won't be
much use for delegates.
The county conventions keep on
blindly endorsing Governor Ireland
notwithstanding the protests of the
Statesman Kxaminer et al.
Ix the boom of politics tho Gulf rail
road boom should not be neglected.
There will be a meeting of tho stock
holders this evening in the District
court room to elect a board of directors
Ax fp-cou.NTiiv exchange dryly ob
serves that from the way tho Kxpress
defends the tarlfl plank in the Demo-
cratic platform the Idea Is gaining
ground that Its editor made and sent It
The Democratlo county convention
Saturday was a cut and dried affair from
nway back and the Chairman was saved
much Inconvenience by "kind friends"
who furnished him a prepared list of
names lor delegates.
The ltuflalo Times (Deni.) In defend
ing Cleveland In the Maria Ilalpln case
says t "instead of being sent to an in.
sane asylum Maria Ilalpln was placed
In Sister Itosallne's asylum a comforta-
ble and popular retreat for Inebriates
and tho boy Is being generously pro.
Tm: Kepubllcan enthusiasm that start-
ed at Chicago seems to have kept a
growing as evidenced by tho local meet
Ings. At the Cincinnati primaries held
last week nn unusual Interest was manl
fested at all of them and at ono College
hill the attendance of Republicans was
US Just four less than the vote cast for
Garfield In 1SS0.
Om the subject of the Qulf road the
iirazorla Independent says: "This Is an
enterprise that would greatly benefit
Han Aiitouio. it tbe deep water pro.
Ject at Aransas should prove a success
it will give San Antonio an outlet to
the sea whose value would bo Ineetl
mable and giro her a great advantage
over any other coast city In Texas. It
Is no Improvement that should certainly
International and tlr.at Worlheru
UtTll I IKKITIS.
n. "fli P. m.
Itxp.m. 4J p. m.
Irm F.TtenslonJMp. m. I nJnjb-IS.
lesion. Ilarrlsbnrc and Ran Antonio.
Il.tATlB. i amuvtH.
las a. m. I e to p. m.
4:45 p.m. 1 M a. m.
I .40 p. m. I a. n..
Tiikp.e is a chance yet for "the peo-
ple" using Mr Ilrackenrldge'a expres-
sion Judging from tho grand kicking
now going on regarding the Democratic
county convention held on Saturday.
As n cut and dried affair It is without
parallel ahd In fact was managed by
less than a half a dozen parties and did
not reflect anything but tbe schemes of
the clique for tho county ticket Tho
kicking thanks to tho good sense of the
public at large Is very vigorous and It
Is quite probable that with an opposi-
tion lii kct composed of good men from
both nrtlcit these schemers can be rel-
egated to the background.
.Inn .Utkox the only child of
"Stonewall Jaokson" Is described by an
Old 1'olnt correspondent of the Courier-
.loin tint a being a slight blue eyed girl
with fulr hair dark ejebrows and long
lashes which glvo strength and charac-
ter to her mobile changing face. "She
Is quite an accomplished young lady
swims like a II ill shoots like rifleman
and rides llko n Kentucky belle In her
trny Confederate unlformtrlmmed with
big brass buttons. It Is very pretty to
seethe deference paid the widow and
only child of their lost leader by all the
Southern men and women who may
chance to meet them. .Mrs. Jackson is
a modest little iady with charming
manners and snect voice"
"IIicalsk some newspapers are of
easy virtue"' saya tho lllanco Star-Vln-dlcator
"and foil when the almighty
dollar Is temptingly held out to them
they must not think all are so. I'ar
from It. There are plenty of papers
that would starve by their cherished
principles. And It will be a sad day for
this country when any considerable
number of public Journals ore ready to
put themselves up to the highest bidder;
to barter their principles for gold. Nor
do wc believe tho time will ever come
when n majority of them will do so.
Kill tors as a rule aro altogether too hon-
orable to do nil) thing of the sort. It
will only be a few black sheep that have
crept Into our brotherhood that will be
guilty of such venality. As n whole
newspaper men arc gentlemen entirely
abovo anything mean or low."
Jin. II. V. McCrixornu who has
been for a lung time the Assistant Gen-
eral l'assenger Agent of the Missouri
1'aclllo railway and leased lines with
headquarters at Galveston has been
promoted to tho position of General
l'assenger Agent a position he Is every
way qualilled to till. Mr. McCullough
has for many years been Identified with
the railroad passenger travel In Texas
and Is fully conversant with tho State
and tbe people. Prompt and elllclent
and particularly accommodating but
faithful at all times to the Interests he
represented he naturally bullded up a
wide clrclo of true friends who are
pleased to know of his advancement
and the I.iuht simply mentions It be
cause It is an evidence that the great
corporation Jie represents shows that
they appreciate the years of faithful ser-
vice he lias rendered
At rnnshST it Is hard to tell what Is
to become of the San Antonio and Aran
sas railroad project. It Is meeting with
considerable opposition yet at the same
time there are some parties Interested
In It that are pushing It ahead as fast as
they possibly can." Tho above quota-
tion Is from the Cotulla Ledger but tbe
J.iniiT hastens to assure the Ledger that
though the enterprise Is all right It is
making haste slowly." The opposi
tion to the road comes from a select few
who are the alleged recipients of favors
from other road to the city In the way
of rebates on freight bills but notwith-
standing this selfishness on tho part of
a few merchants whose pride of local
prosperity should outweigh their greed
it Is quite safe to say that the road will
bo a reality and will be the boom tbe city
has needed to 1111 up the empty houses
both business and dwelling
Unih.ii the heading of "What is the
mutter" the Nashville Banner tells
very plainly what tho matter Is Willi the
Tennessee Democracy First "there
are too many would be bosses who
haven't the capacity to successfully con-
trol a chain gang;" second "thcro Is a
woful lack of harmonious and united
action among those whose influence
could Insure party success;" third
"there Is absolutely no enthusiasm for
Democratlo Stnto or national ticket."
After noting the universal signs of
Democratic apathy and discord tho
Banner goes on to say that tho Kepubll
cam are harmoniously and enthusias-
tically at work and that their enndt
dato for Governor Is making a deep 1m
presslon upon those who bear his
speeches Democrats and Republicans
alike. "Tho boasted Democratlo major-
ity of -10000" adds the ISanner "that
was given to Tllden and Ilendrloks had
dwindled down to 13.000 In 18S2 and It
will co on dwindling till there will bo
none of It November next If something
Is not done to turn Tenncsce Democracy
from its present downward course'
Bi:x IJuti.f.ii'h last manifesto Is an
open challenge to the Democracy to the
effect that he has no need for that party
lie tells of the way It has treated him
In the past and beyond all question It
destroys the Democratlo hopo ot carry-
ing Massachusetts and there aro also 10
chances In 10 that It will give New
York to Mr. Maine. Uutler will poll
much of the labor vote of New York
and with the support or Mr. Dana and
the New York Sun will In addition get
a respectable vote In the State. Mr.
Butler Is a political patriot but he Is
also for Butler at all times and his
statement that tho Democracy national
or Individual has never aided him when
he was the unanimous nominee of the
party does not need any Interpretation
and the simple sentence takes Massa-
chusetts out of the list of doubtful
States and gives It to Maine The mists
of the campaign are still heavy but It is
looking more clear every day that tho
Democracy cannot hope to win with
Mr. Cleveland and that the Integration
of dissatisfaction hai already set In.
As vasa a point or two removed from
politics a well posted correspondent
gives some facta and figures regarding
the llartholdl statue of Liberty which Is
to stand at the mouth of the New York
harbor and also of other monuments
ancient and modern : "Beckoning from
the coronet to what might bo called tne
footstool the figure measures 101 feet
11( Inches olul 0 the extremity of tho
torch 133 feet. Tho pedestal of granlto
on which it will stand Is to bo 83 feet
high giving a total or 220 rcct as the
height of tho work. The head Is II feet
high and forty persons can stand with-
in It. Tho circumference of tho thumb
measures 12 feet. Tho fore-flnger Is 8
feet long and 1 feet In circumference at
the second Joint. The balcony around
tho edgo or tho torcli will hold 15
persons. An eleetrlo light will ho
placed In the torch and points of elec-
tric light will encircle the coronet. Tho
foundation will bo 62 feet high and the
top of tho torch will be elevated 309 feet
above the mean tide level. Thus It will
bo seen that the statue of Liberty Is the
tallest In the world. The Monument at
London the next loftiest Isolated col-
umn Is but 202 feet high tho Porcelain
Tower at Nankin was 200 feet high.
The "Gennanla" stntuo unveiled last
autumn on tho Nclderwald Is only 110
feet high. That of Itavarla at Munich
Is 01 ieet with a pedestal or 2Sj ieet.
The Vcndome Column In Paris Is 111
feet high and the Arc de Triomphe 100
feet. Trinity churou steeple Is 2S feet
high. The torch will rise 22 feet abovo
tho Drooklyn lirldge towers. Tho statuo
or Memnon celebrated in antiquity
were only CS feet In height and the Tra-
jan's Pillar 130. Pompoy'a Tlllar at Al-
exandria Is lit high. The most cele-
brated colossus of ancient and modern
times previous to the statue of Liberty
was the Colossus of Rhodes. Tho statuo
was 103 feet high and hollow with a
winding staircase that ascended to the
head. After Btandlng fifty-six years It
was overthrown by nn earthquake In221
1! C and lay nine centuries on the
ground and then was sold to a Jew by
the Saracens who had captured Rhodes
had captured Rhode after the middle
or the seventh century. It Is said to
have required 000 camels to remove tho
metal and from this statement It has
been calculated that Its weight was
Uyi'i"ii Texas October !C lu.
Messrs. Morlcr llros. Austin Texas:
Oenltrmen-I feel aTatcful to you ft
tnv tiabr. It
complaint and lectblnir.
. tKittle cured It
WliiiteaiKestlio ares' rush at C. Rclmsso a
Co.'s jMines Clavtn ftairlanil & Co.'s ilrutr
Pottlea of llr. llosinko's C'ouirh and l.unir
Pyrlip tho most popular remedl-for Coualis.
o market. Regular lUe fi) cents nud fltsj
All over the land are irolnir into eo-
tasy over Dr. King's New Discovery Tor
Consumption. Their unlooked for re-
covery liy tho timely use of tilts great
savinir remeuv. causes tuein to 1:0
nearly wild In Its praise. It Is guaran-
teed to positively cure severe uoughs
colds asthma nay fever bronchitis
hoarseness loss of volco or any atl'ec-
tlon of tho throat and lungs. Trial bot-
tles free at Rice llros. & Co.'s drug
store Soledad block. Large size $1.
WoonfiTY Iltistrop Countr Texas. I
April 18 I
Messrs. Morley llros. Austin Texas :
Gents I tried Morley's Hlscaborrr lulsnin
nntwoof ray children that bad tho llux xry
bad and it acted like a charm curing them
both sound and well. I thank you for having
such a valuable medicine on the market. To
all who am sutrcring from the abovo complaint
1 can cheerfully reoominend Morley's lllack-
borry llilsam. Momus MlTcncl-
r r sale at ICulteycr's.
I have n large lot or fine cedar char-
coal Tor sale. L. F. IIoitmanx.
7-lti-tr No. 209 Alamo plara.
Opening Decembir 1 1884 1 Closing My3tt88B
VNDIR THE AISNCM Or THE
United Stales GDvernment.
ApproDntteJ by the General Government
Contributed by the ClUrens ct New Oiltlnl.
Appropriated by Meilco
Appropriated by Hit Slttt of JsOiiUlnat
ApiiropiUltd by tin City ot Nesr Odtinl
From $5000 to $25000
Appropriated by Innumerable Stitei ClUei
and Foreign Countries
e.i'ySUtt tnd TtrHtary in 1U Union raprHtnted
nearly ill tt Caidlrf Nations and
Countriai o( tha World.
The Blsaeit Exhibit thi Biggest Building and tht
Blggcit Induitrlil Ev-tnt In tht
rfJ Sl-TI.!il Tn RIH"Ta ariiDT Rrrirru)
f illiH t?ni- a?aV utL iTf
The cheap it ratei of tri? cl ever known In
it annala of tr an iDort alios. ttcuttA tar th
For Information ldttr
K. A BUHKE
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Tbo United Sutra MlllUry Hand will plar
every flimdar afternoon. Chritoe tnualo dally
from 3.30 to 10:00 p. m. Tartlet larire or imall
Refreshments Wines Music and Floor
at any time on stiort notice. Excellent subline
and good euro for horses guaranteed by
Leasee and Manager.
fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirietors.
J. P. CONDON
Nos. 312 to 316 Nacogdoches Street.
Carriages and Wagons.
Old Hufffflci exchanged or repaired In first
cIhm manner. If you nerd a now Kupgy
Wajron or Cerriatro come nnd ee mo. Satti
faction guaranteed. 1'net'H low 6-23-3m
JOHN H COPELANDi
Attorney and ConnsBllor-at-Law.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OmrPi Nn. 2tA UVnt Huualon at root un
stain. Practices In all tbe court.
MRS. M. A. WEBB'S
No. 338 East Houston Street
Furnishes Bret-clan iTjrulfir meal dAlly and
mcata to ordoral Rll hours. Alio lco-oroam
cake eto. 4 20 6m
J. K. BKOWHflOW.
Traders National Bank
90S OonioiTO BtTt.
8AN ANTONIO. . - - TEXAS
Transacts a ient'ial bsnklnK business
Wtiolowlo nnd iftHll
Tea Dealer Coffee Roaster
NO. U COMMERCE STREET.
Importation of French and English labia
dollcaclea a specialty. CofTeo parched and
ground every day. Traa cf all grades and
BREYER 216MARKET STREET.
j 1.000.00 ! I
TlLho paid to any ono who will find i
paitlolo f Mcrcur) l'otasb Arscnto o
any poisonous substance In
i cured Wood Taint by the uno of
Swift's 8iocl(lo after J bsd mottslanally failed
wit ft the Mercury and rxtosn treatment."
K. A.TOOMBU M D. Terry Oa.
"Swift's Spec! do ha i cured mo of Scrofula of
9 years BiariutiJK. nan surra as jargi
Hwirt'a Hnfdfla rurctl I
all other tried lcl no had fnllf.il.
U.I. lllUJI.Inoko Ark.
would not purchssn from me what
Swlit's HpeciCc has done for r
p of Ithpumatlora caused by malaria.1
Our Trcatlu on niood a d Bkln Diseases
mailed free to apullcsnts.
THE SWIFT 8PHCIFIO CO.
Drawer 3 Atlanta tia.
N.Y.omco 153 W. 23d St.. bet. th and Tth
Aves. rmiaUU'ipniaomco xak i;uesinut .
Mutn Plrit fimn Antemto Tessa
Beats Prospect Hill!
Nearer Town and Cheaper!
SIX FINE BUILDING Lots
on Alazan Creek
Near Krlseh's properly For Sale at n
bargain for cash. Address
T. B. JOHNSON
Han Antonio Light Offlco.
HosldoDCO and Ofllco !l niutn St.
NHAH MEN anu HOTEL.
Alao office at Pre t si' and Nctte'i Druj
Storci. Telephone. ft-l-12in
Corner Second and Walnut Streets
Having taken another leaso of this
Hotel I shall TUOUOUGHLY RENO-
VATE It and make many Improvements
and hope toy former patrons and friends
will come and see mo.
a.00 and BJ.OO.
L. A. PRATT
'-20-1 m Proprietor.
(Shaded by the Alamo)
No. "lOAInmo Plnzn
of Liquors Wines. Iteer and Cigars al
trays on hand and attentlre waiters.
Frank Umscheld Prop.
Hat lnc nnonod n PlrttfTlniH tlirdpn on flnuth
FluroM street at the end of tbe oar truck I ak
nil mr friends to glvo ine a call. Muslo nd
SIMON FE3T Jr. Proprietor.
The Alamo Restaurant
No. 10 Alamo Street near Post Office
Has been refurnished and reOttcd and will be
conducted nn tbo American and European
plan. Itegular Dinner 35 cents Urea fast and
Supper ?S cents. Everything In the market to
nrucr at ail Hours at reasonaDio prices. A
i;. m v itt ait rropricior.
SESSIONS & CO.
HAY. GRAIN FEED COAL SALT ETC.
SAN ANTONIO : : TEXAS.
J. C. BREEDINGS SON
a 7 Jl Commerce Street
tSf Over L. Kouvant'a Jowelry Store
CARTER & MULULY
43 AND 44 ALAMO PLAZA
Funerals Furnished With Every Requisite.
Special attention glren to forwarding bodies
to all parts of the United States. HfTelcphone
connection. Calls attended day nd nlfrht.
JACOB WEBEH & CO.
Wholosal and lleuil Dealers lo
Wines Liquors Beer Cigars.
and Manufacturers of
THE UNIVERSAL BITTERS
Kummel Anisette extract of Hoarhound etc.
Krlseh's ball corner IIouttoa and North
Florcs streets 6sn Antonio. 1-6-ly
In Texas Since 1M0 1 In San Antonio Since IMS
Hosack &. Howton
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
JAS. T. CLARKE Proprietor.
Tloerno as a summer and health resort la far
above the average tbe heat tbrouih tbe day
being tempered with cool snutherljr breezes
tbe evenings and nights delightfully cool and
lit of ito
) larve and spacious (15 feet square.
ll lei in neiiruij carpet Fa wen lurmaoeu ana
well ventilated npentojr on promonatie bal-
conies of 8(W rct affording shade eto. Malls
and first class Stages dal yj Btaire coach calls
for and delivers passe-lifers and bairiraire.
Livery stable Post Telojrrapb and Telephone
offices wltbln two and Ave minutes walk of
hotel. Every attention paid to guests and tho
traveltuir public first class accomodation for
commercial agents terms moderate.
mi h hours
Train llTln g.1
HOUSTON at D.J.
Arrlres NRW Oltl.r.ANS..
Great California Route
Throush N.w Mexico
COLTOK Cat. LOS ANOKLOS Cal.
8AN:J0K. Cal.and HAN K1IANC18CO.
Th. Popular gla.pl na; Car Lin. Il.twa.n
tTTTha manavrnient of this flrpat
watchful pro on tbn demands ot flrstc!aiw travel has decided to have a fresh
thoroughly ventilated ear In woltlno- at Domino- and during- tho lunch Intcn al. to transfer per.
T. r.NICDOLfl Ticket Ag.nt
T. W. rEIIICK J1I. O. 1'.
Timo Onrd lxi. XICFoot J xxno 1(3 1004 s
Q-Leove San Antonio liound north at;:30a.tn 1X13 p. m. Arrive 4:M p.m.and Op. ra
Leave forLaredo 9..10 p. m. arrlrofrom Laredo
SIN ANTONIO AUSTIN AND ST. LOUIS.
J. CHEW. Ticket Airent.
Ten Thousand Printers Crushed !
Pulling the old MAN KILLER
on BIG MORTGAGES
EMANCIPATION AT LAST THE
Prouty Power Press !
Tills Press feeds llko the ordlnnry Tower Cylinder l'rcss. It Is a Self-Inker
nnd Delivers Its own sheets nnythlng from nn Envelope to n Full-Sized Foster or
Newspaper. Ituns by linnd or stenm. Xo type-grinding possible the cosiest
press in the world on type. The mnchlno Is strongly and compactly built of Iron
and steel nnd Is the best designed best constructed cheapest and best press for
the money ever manufactured. Guaranteed to do as Good Newspaper and Poster
Work as the High Priced Presses.
SIZE3 AJSTT) 20310333.
No. 1 Seven Column 1000 For Hour Boxod on Oars $615
No. 2 Bight Column 000 Por Hour Boxod on Oars $600
No. 3 Nino Oolumn GOO Por Hour Boxod on Oars $066
Splendid Bargains In Second-Hand Cylinders Jobbers and Washington Hand
Presses In all Sizes. Estimates furnished on nppllcatlon for Newspaper Outfits
Job Olllccs eto. Only First-Class houses represented. Address nil orders or In-
quiries for further particulars to
SAN ANTONIO 3PJHNTERS AGENCY
210 EAST COMMERCE ST.. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Commerce Street Hear Bridge
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS.
Has on hand the Finest Stook ol German English Scotch and French Goods.
Only llrst-class workmen employed and the best or trimmings used. A lit guar-
anteed or money refunded.
O. EC. MUELLER
Paints Oils.Wall Paper
Window Gass Mirror Plates Artists Materials
Brushes and Everything to bo found In a First-Class Taint Store. Picture Framing and Flae
81gu Work a Specialty. Commerce Strt Baa Antonio Texas
With S. Dcutsch & Co.. corner of Commerce nnd Main plaza. Fine stock ot
aormnnHnglish nnd French goods. Ilest work guaranteed. 3-5-Cm
Manufacturer of Mesquite Block Pavement.
Ofllco and Factory :J00 SOS S. Laredo Street San Antonio.
The beet material now offorod to tbn publlo for streets and sidewalk paripr. Prices First
olaiwSSa. porloot. Second-class 840. lteforencf a ! V. (Jroos President (Jermsn-Eiiffllsb echool
V. w. Lantte Treasurer ban Antonio Labor assoolitlon r'rlls Ulppert Ucctko It. Btumbera-
II. D. Slumbers. J SD-lr
to mv york
C B TJT
0 JT ill
and Arttona to
MADI II A Lai.
NKW OIIIJ1AN9 AND HAN FIIANC1SCO.
Trnnsconttncntat route kcprlna an ever
r II. rilKEIt Ticket Ag.nt
SI.ner Hotel San Antonio.
Ag.nt Houston Teias.
Gt. Northern R'y
0:45a. in. Train leaving Ban Antonio 7:3 a. m
Iwo oxpress train
costrett. Fan Antonio. Texas.
Traffic Manager Galveston Tex
Hand Press and Paying Interest
for High Priced Presses.
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