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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 19.
San Antonio, Texas, Tuesday, April 24, 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
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SHEETS, CORREVON & CASTLES, f
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1 Alamo Plaza, San
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIM,
East Commerce Street, adjoining Sunset Railroad,
P. O. Box 3S, Telephone 201.
REM CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Consisting of 'Framing Timber, Iloxing, Fencing, Dressed Flooring, Siding. Headed Celling
ml Finishing Lumber; uNo ii'fu 11 supply or Doom, Hush, llllti'K Mouldings Shingles, Dressed
nnd Hough Plckots of nil Patterns, Plastering L-itli, li.irhed Wire, Mlxtd Paints, Hullduts
Hardware, nnd ovorythlng found In u llrst-class lumber yard. Wo nro prepared to lurnlsli
special bills to order at short notice, being connected with 0110 of tlio largest mills In llio Calca
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine, $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co., A. T. Hensley, Manager.
Houston Street, noxt to Dr. Hcrff's residence.
All tlio delicacies of. tlio season.
ELEGANT PRIVATE DIMXG ROOMS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
lmportod wines, liquors and cigars always on
CARTER & MULLALY,
Funerals Furnished With Every HequUlto,
Sncclul attention given to forwarding bodies
to all partsofthoUnlted States. tsm-lpphono
connection. i;niis auoniu-u nay mm nigni.
Lands for Sale !
Hafflblfttos i Digooiifilj,
General Land Agents.
Offlco 33 Accqula street. Lands for stock
purposes In quantities to suit purchasers. Also
farming lands and farms of any size Improved
5O00 BUILDING LOTS
In tho city of San Antonio, on easy terms.
Particular attention given to abstract of
titles. Correspondence solicited, 4--l-0m
llo Good Knouch to Note If.
Mr. Park Doe, manufacturing Jeweler and
engraver, has taken part of tho store at 211
Coinmerco street, where ho will enrry on tho
business of u manufacturing and ropulrlng
Jeweler. Dllllcult work und lino engraving 11
specialty. Trade work from all parts of tho
iituto solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
Park Doe, 211 Commoroo street, San Antonio.
Fresh drugs and chemicals at City Drugstore
No. d Commerce 6trcot. 2-wk.
Just tlio Thine lor Summer.
Mr. Frank A. Scffol has Just received 11 flno
lot of tho Improved Triumph Coal Oil Stoves
of all sizes, BUltnblo fornll purposes. They will
boll, roust and heat anything without tho
necessity of 11 llro. Price from 75 cents. Call
and eoo them ut Sertoli's store, Alamo street,
oppoBito Ucorgo Dullnlg's. 4-12-lm
Great Ilargulns In Houses and Lots.
Hock house and lino lot with (lower garden
nnd grano arbor, near Avenue D, for $2100.
Two nouses on ono lot on uvonue D, for
Nice cottHge on San I'odro avenue, fl rooms,
Hock houses near Alamo street, $1200, $1500,
Two nice now houses near Sunset depct
Lots tor sale In all parts of tho city.
W. 15. HILTON,
208 West Houston street.
To lie Offered Only u Short Time by
Cohan A Koenlghcim.
5 dozen flno wnnl fintunt 1 m r.aM, wnwh
(7dbzoii M oilcan fe.l( lints t lZOench, worth
lOOmoroof tliosogcnuino Indigo bluo llanncl
suits Just received by express, ut $3.50, woith
CO dark casslmero suits at 88.50, worth $11.00.
00 dark caitslinero suite nt $11 UO, worth $13.50.
60 dark casslmero suitB at 83.50, worth $..U0.
50 dark casslmero miltmit $1 no wnrsh iv
fiOboys' bluo llanncl sulU at iZ 00, worth $3 50.
100 Pjlrs boys' casslmero kneo pants at SI (JO,
l.Vi pairs English cottonado pants at $t
worth is 00.
55 .'.'".'.'"J1" 8llk haudkorchlofs at 50 cents,
'lids week wo offer special Inducements to
city trade, uud only ak an Inspection of tlio
above bargains to convince you that you can
buy clothing, or anything else In our lino, as
iiii-uiiui us 110 in uuy eastern ciyr
Co 11 UN & KOKNlnilEIM.
To Suit Every Lady's Tto.
Wo have heard a great deal of cointnont
lately, In u very fuvornble way, notonlyon tho
extent, but also on the character oi' the stock
wnien woiison currlos in tho various depart
ments of his lioimo. N'rinn of tlio rmimrka
however, have been more llutterlng than those
bestowed on his lullllnory department. Ho es
tablished this branch to meet a pressing want
In San Antonio, and It has grown to 3 11 en pro
liortlons that he has found It npnessiirv tn nn.
gage tlio service of ono or tho ilncbt milliners
to take especial charge or that dopurtinent.aud
tho salesladies and trimmers In It. This new
teaturo enables tho ladlos to have their hats
trimmed ucoordlng to their own tasto. and to
mutch tiny suit, by ono who has had practical
experience and can guarantee satisfaction.
L'idies can purchase hats and bonucts.trimmod
or untrlmmcd. and those who deslro ran hava
trimming done on shortest notlco for balls, wed
dings, luucrnls. nlcnlcs. travel, etc. Mr.
Wollbou's stock of llowers. feathors. ribbons.
ornaments, to., is very extensive, and ladles
can sei"ct moir imts unci trimmings without
leaving tlio honso. This Is n featuro which
will bo extcnslvoly appreciated by tho fair
At Gilbert's, No. 4 Houston street. 4-21-lm
Furnished Koom for ICent.
For ono or two gentlemen, a nicely furnished
room, luoiuro ai sail ream uruir store, nn
joining nr. .Mongers residence. .
Kurz & KiiIiii'r
Steam Sausago faatorv rocommends Itself to
all epicureans who wish to test lino cervclut,
rouat, uoiognaanu wicnna sausages. Head
cheese und blood pudding always on hand.
Salesroom 41'.) Houston street, next door to
iMuvcncK lanu omoe.
I. O. O. F.
Tickets of admission to ball and supper will
00 reauy mr nciivory on jionuay morning.
Members aro rcnucsted tn call and obtain tick
ets for themselves, families and friends trout
me unaersigncu. iiawiiy v. iir,i.it,
4-23-31 Chairman Invitation Committee.
How to savj money (and drugs) by taking
Turkn-Huselan baths or Steam llitli for your
colds, rheumatism, dumb uguo and all skin dis
eases, can no iounu at a. .ii.ian s,
Corner Commerco nnd A lunio streets.
Also, Hot nnd Cold Water Uaths at 25 cents
Tho popular turners nnd cabinet makers of 220
i.ast 1 imision sinot, nave compteteu their new
shop. Tlioy uro now ready to executo uny and
an wors in mr-ir line, aim invite meircus
tniuorsand tho nuhllo gcnernllv to give theinu
trial. They will make every effort with their
increased 1 acuities to pieaso cv-rybouy 111
work and prlcos
Cause of l'alluro.
' Wunt of confldenco accounts for half of the
business fHiiurcs or to-day. C. Schasse.
Drelss and L. Orynskt, druggists, nro not liuhlo
to 11111 tor inn want m conuuonco in nr. nosan'
'ko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Tor thoy
nwuv a bottlo feco to all whnaresulforin
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption and
Buecuonj 01 ma inrout aan jungs.
LA IIELLU EVA.
The "Little Olrl Dressed In Illne" Inter
view the C. U. IV- Marine Man.
Miss Uvu ilrlttou, tho editress nnd proprie
tress of tho HUrrleano, who recently visited
San Antonio, has been In Corpus Chrlstl. Of
course shu gavo the Corpus Chrlstl Caller a
call, and tho editor gives tho following account
of the lntorvlow will their marina man :
"Is tho marlno man in t"
That individual drew his hand hastily nut of
the icIIl'Ious reporter's lunch basket nnd with
a guilty blush und mouth full of cranberry tart
turneu to uio.quostioner.
She vim a tnnlden of annarcnth' If! reara of
ago, wearing a blue dress and a bowltchlng
smile, nnd nrmcd with a diminutive "grip."
"Yes 'um, growiou me mariner, mentally
putting her down as a fcmnlo missionary.
"Hero Is my card." said tho fair visitor, hand
ing him n piece of card-board on which was In
scribed: uraii 1;. uniting-.
Editress and Proprietress,
"Very neat card," ojaeulatod tho old Salt.
Looks llks It was printed In Kalamazoo. Anr
chromo go with It 1"
Dinno oxcept myseir, replied the lauy.
Then I choose It Have 11 seat," tiolnllnir to
tho tumbling chair.
"Not s'evenlng sin'othor nft. Tables are too
good Tor me,"
"Suppose you try this multiplication tuble
lent tint I don't think vnil can sit ilnwn nn
that. Klgurns won't lie like some editors
want them r" the last two words aMor a panto.
The voting ludv onened 11 little 2x6 nuniuhlct
and handing it to Uio mariner said, "Put your
-.My uoar young irienu, i say aearaorisodiy,
ou want my autograiih and want me to pay
I for tho nrlvlleno of bclnir taken In. Inn
drummer this would be called check. In a pol
itician it Is unadulterated gall. In editors It Is
Insanity, sometimes cropping out under the
name of Jlmcrushcs "
Hut you get tnr Dhotogrnnb." rem ed tho
Hlilvor mv larboard I hzuro head, what shnl
I do with your photograph. I'vo a locket full
of photographs or maldous mashed on me."
" liOt me see this papror yours. (What's Its
tonnago? Is it copper bottomed und iron
rigged? Let's see something tangible."
" I don't carry tho paper with me," replied
tho young lady, " you can Judge of It from its
Then I luuiro It to bo a llvo column imtent
outsider, with a stereotyped love story and
three Jokes rrom too London Punch. Hoi any
In mine. Uood evening. Come again "
Tho visitor closed tier rectiouio with a snnn.
Who nro you. anyway." Blio asked, as sho
turned to leavo.
" Don t give it away, replied tho mariner,
hut tarn tho man who struck Hilly Patter
CIIAItD OK LEAF DEIST.
. Delicious and Xutrlcloui Midsummer
Vegetable tor San Autoulani.
When spring comes we Instinctively look for
greens and vegetables, and thoy aro generally
obtained In one form or another. Spinach,
turnip tops, brocoli, poko weed, and young
beets thinned from tho rows are tho varieties
mostly utilized. Hut all of these soon run to
seed, and long bofore midsummer comes It is
impossible to got a supply for tho table. Tho
sun In midsummer In Texas Is schorclitug to
vegotablcs.but a bed of chard koeps Its growth,
and will furnish a regular supply for tho table
from April to November. Some botanists class
chard with the common beet, only n different
variety, but othors more properly regnrd It as
n distinct specie). While beets develop un en
ormous root, tho roots in chard aro very small,
subdivided as It were, and wholly unfit for
food. Chard produces an abundanco of up
right loaves, having very large nnd thick leaf
stnlks. 'I'beso leaves, when grown rapidly un
der our Texan gkio. aro dollelously anil sue
culcntly tender, and furnish an abuud
ant supplv of greens. Chard Is
well known In Luropo and used extonsivoly,
tho soed catalogues giving half a dozon or
more varieties, differing In color and tn the
division of their leaves. Dr. Mudd, of Soiner
sett, last year received some chard sood from
tho Agricultural dep" tment at Washington.
Not having the tltin and opportunity to at
tend to It, ho save soiuo of the seed to a neigh-
nor to pmut. imoi mucn aueniion was paiu to
Its cultivation, but nevertheless It grow splen
didly. Tho mau bunched some It and brought
It to San Antonio. All but two bunches,
which wore bought by a llttlo French woman
for 15 cents, on the nlaza. woro duinncd
on the prairie ou the farmer's wuy homo. No-
rjouy in mat section seoniou to Know how to
use It, aud it was comcquentl) wasted. Last
Senteiuber a man who uonreelatpd nnd knew
its unallties both In the No thorn States nnd in
Kurope obtnlned sotno Beod from a regular
soousman in can Antonio, planted it, and win
tnreu it Wlin a si -lit covennff. lie has now i
Hue bed, though he thinks the plants ought to
bo farther apart. Last Sunday a Light ropre-
are pulled away train the outsldo of tho plant,
tho same ns In gathering rhubarb,
leaving thoso In the center to lii-
crenso and continue tho supply. Tho
leaves, aro stripped, peeled and cut la suitable
lengths, nd cooked and served lu exactly the
some way ns usiiaiagras with drawn butter.
It is proper nnd nutritious food, and Is an
agreoble chango both in town nnd country.
It is exceedingly proline, very little trouble to
raise, and can be made tit to bo marketed by
an oxjiurieuceu persuu every uay in me year
NOT DEAD YET."
The San Antonio Mechanics aud Working
Men's Union Still Flourishes.
Humors beijg provalont that tho San Anlo
nlo Mechanics and Working Men's union was
dissolved, the I.IOIIT commissioner called upon
tho Secrelnry.Mr. Charlos Do Votc.and learned
that thero was no truth whatever In tho ru.
mor. This oxcellcnt organization lias now n
mombersblp roll of 1,15 paid up and benoflt
members, comprising representatives of nil
trades. In addition to this thero aro 05 mem
bers whonro not entitled to boncllts throuirh
arrearage of subscription. Tho union was
never in a hotter or moro prosperous condi
tion and whllo It works silently It worki well.
Arrangements aro In progress to hold an ar
tisan luir, at which mechanical nnd ttrtistlo
work shall bo exhlbltod, nud to establish n
library for the bonollt of Its members.
JAMES D. AUSTIN.
band and Father.
Airs. Mnmn Austin, nr innnirnw. Miuirmri.
writes Postmastor Nowcomb asking if he
knows tho whereabouts of her husband, Jnmf a
li AnHn imii,s.i,..a.. .,nii i.
ler husband. Jnmrs
'Xo heavy mun, with largo bluo eyes, dark hair Mdeen, where the damage is not if more strenuous efforts are nrt "made by the
with and red complexion. Ho was In San Antonio slatef This was an unlucky day sure for our S ate tr, have the murderers arrested and p-rn-d
all Inst rhrtitmsi when he vfrnto tohornndeutd PfP'f' .." on ,,ne 32"d of Apnl, 'shed, Texas will begin to get a bid natn
lie had boon sloV, nml was not then noil, but
proposod going on to San Francisco. Slnco
that time sho has not heard from lit-", and sho
and her llttlo girl are anxious fn- Information.
She asks that U Mr Austin Is in the city this
message be given to him :
"Pieaso wrlto whether you know anything
or not. It will bo mora satisfactory to me."
Any person able to furnish Information on
this subject should wrlto to Mrs. Austin direct.
DUNIIAlf!) CAT. ,
Mr. Jesse Hell Itelates is Strange Fact In
Dogs get attachod to ersons, cats to
places," said Mr. Jesso Hell to tho LitniT com
missioner, "at least that Is tho rule, but this
rulowas strangely violated last week. You
know the Dunbars telephone Dunbar well,
they recently removed to tholruow house, und
forgot to tnko their cat with them The cat,
however, soon found out tho new house and
took her proper place In It. In this rui-oltls
evident thnt the rut was attached to tho liai
sons, not to thn place "
A man was going the rounds of the retail
stores yesterday, hunting for silver coins with
holes in. Deing asked what he wanted with so
many, hr replied, "I'm going to Mexico."
In all probsmlity this will be his last venture
in the mutilated currency business.
What the Doctor fcnys.
Dr. Uraunnagel informs the Light that
measles have materially decreased in the city.
Stomach complaints arc somewhat prevalent,
especially among children, being mainly in
duced by exposure during the cold nights.
The same cause has occassioned other ail
ments in those who usually perspira lteely, by
The Light learning frcm Mr. Theodors
lialdus, the esteemed District clerk, that while
he was in Galveston on Sunday, the steamship
Guadelupe arrived from New York, having
about 200 German immigrants on board who
had been shinned from llremen. The Immi
grants were 'distributed by the Sunset route in
various cities and some have arrived in San
Why He Dlmnl'SedTliein.
"Why did I dismiss the case against the
gamblers!'' r.s, onded. Justice Adams t) the
Light commissioner' interrogation, "why, be
cause there was no case against them. The
only evidence against them, was a boy whose
veracity is doubtful and there was therefore an
absence of the requisite proof. The parties
who get up these cases should take s:eps to
prove them, otherwise they occasion useless
and improfltable trouble.
The Cycloue In Mississippi,
Memphis, April 23. The Avalanche's
Jackson (Mis'.) special, referring to the cyc
lone which wrecked Wesson and Beauregard
yesterday, gives the following additional par
ticulars: "Ueauregard, one mile north of
Wesson, has about 600 inhabitants. It was
entirely swept away. The destruction of life
and property is indiscribable and appalling.
Not a house of any character is left standing.
Large brick buildings were blown down and
frame houses torn to atoms. Trees were
swept away like straws, loaded freight cars
lifted from the track and carried 200 yards,
and trees and timber from houses scattered
lor miles around. The town could not be
recognized. One gloomy, ghastly mass of
destruction marks the spot of what was a
beautiful, flourishing little village. 1'he
killed as lar as ascertained, are; Melton
Story, Dr. lleaton and wife. Captain Lamp
kin, wife and child, J. O. Williams, Dr.
Luther Jones and entire family of six, their
bodies being found 300 yards Irom their resi
dence and all near each other, except one
child, not yet found; Miss Georgia Mitchell,
Hev. J. Green, of Crystal Springs; Mr. Keat
ing, of Wesson; Miss Lula itenton, John Ter
rell. Mr. Laudeler, (his wife cannot be found.)
Willie White, son oij. W. White, and three
netzroes. names unknown. A nartv of several
nejjroes were playing cards in a box car
wiucu Biauuiug iu a ui as uccp as me
car, was carried, car and all, over two-story
houses 200 yards in the woods. The woun
ded are; John Ross, mortally, and his wife
it is also feared mortally; Morgan Joynerand
Mrs. Westerfleld, mortally; Isaac Bloom, se
riously; son of M. Daniels, dying; M. Dan
iels, badly hurt; Mr. Trumbull, visiting from
lirooitnaven, mortauy; onn il.tlloway, mor
tally; his wife had her leg broken; Mr. Wil
cox, telegraph operator, both arms broken:
A. J. Ferguson and family, ten in number all
featlully injured; Dr Albert G. Pierce, wife
and cm let, mortally; tienry Clay, seriously:
Mr Levison, seriously; Charles Aldridge,
badly; nurse in Samuel Lawrence's, family
from New Orleans, mortally; Charles Lane,
mortally; K. T. Robertson, both eyes out;
Miss Ruth Iliggon, mortally, both eyes out:
Miss Cato, arm broken; Hamilton Moore and
wife, badly, the former speechless and cannot
live; Misi Jennie Benton, mortally: Mrs. Ben
ton, seriously. The Mayor and all his family
are hurt and not a vestiee of their house re
mains; J. F. White and wile are terribly
bruised: L. Dunn and wife, mortally, found
li a furnace at the vare'yvok, 200 yards
from their residence; William Parker wife and
child, mortally; Mrs. Peels, severely; Mrs.
Polk Ferguson, badly. The variety works
were leveled. The property loss in Beaure -
gard is not less than $250,000. The same
storm before reaching Beauregard, struck the
Tillman depot, on Nalchez Sc lackson rail-
i road, killing Mr. Baggelt, wounding Calvin ' the terrible scene that she had not fully re
, Philips, Miss Covington, and Mrs. Baggelt. ( covered her consciousness at the inquest to-
- u mps. miss uviuuiuu. mm lurs. uacpeii.
The srm proceedd in a northcasurly uirec
tion, destroying a number of houses In Lau
u'ynK "u'nucr nouses in Lau -
un lc on the Yicksburc Meridian railroad.
n:e on the icksburg -Meridian railroad,
Monttce.ro was destroyed at the same hour.
LATH TELEGHAI'IIIO MEWS.
Louisville, Ky., April 23. The threat
ened strike among the cigar makers has been
averted, all manufacturers having acceded to
the demands of the men for extra compensa
tion, at the rate of $2 per thousand. The
new schedule goes into effect on May I,
when the $3 rebate under the aet of Congress
Dayton, Ohio, April 23 Four hundred
miners are on a strike at the Coalton mines,
Jackson county. Twenty-five mines have
closed and the supply is cut off from that di
rection. Cause reduction of wages 25 cents
Vienna, Austria, April 23. Two hun
dred army bakers tike the place of the strik
ing city bakers. The strike extends to .other
trades. Men distributing pamphlets inci
ting workingmen to strike have been arrested.
Chicago, April 23 Work has been re
sumed on the larger buildings now in course
of construction in this city, and master ma
sons assert they now have all the bricklaying
help they require, in view of the large arrival
of Canadians the past two days. OlTicers of
(he bricklayers' union assert that they are re
ceiving a great deal of outside aid, and that
contractors will be compelled to accede to
Dallas Tex., April 23 Reports from the
Panhandle indicate that the strike of the eow
boys has been a failure, the cattle men sup
plying their places with young men from the
States, and giving to each a small start in
stock thereby identifying them with their em
New York, April 23. Eight hundred ci
gar makes and 200 packers and stripers inau
gurated a strike to-day for increase of wages.
The strike will likely be prolonged for some
time, as both sides have expressed a deter
mination not to yield.
Crimes ami Casualties.
Davtille, April 23. A house on fire this
morning was extinguished, and an unknown
negro was found dead in the building. Blood
was running from wounds, and the clothing
saturated with kerosene and set on fire, and
oil pourctl on the bedding.
Dallas, April 23 Mrs. Bud Fleeting was
thrown from a wagon this morning and fell
with her breast on a sharp pointed stump.
She was impaled and killed almost instantly.
John Handy was passing on the street
where two necroes were fichtini!. and was
struck on the head with a brick and seriously
Houston, April 23. About dark last night
a woman called Lottie Bates, with a three-year-old
child in her lap, was thrown from a
buggy on Fannin street near Congress. The
woman was badly hurt and the child nearly
killed. The horse, it seems, had cot scared
and was running at the time.
Memphis, Tenn., April 23. A special to
the American from Talledaga Ala , says : A
heavy storm last night did considerable dam
age, and the north bound train on the East
I enn;ssee valley and Georgia railroad was
thrown down an embankment, 'destroying the
engine and seven cars, and injuring several
passengers, but none seriously.
Detroit, April 23. The main buildings of
the Lansing wagon works, at Lansing, includ
ing the machinery and a large amount of
work in process ol mnnulacturc, were.buroed
yesterday afternoon. The store room, with
a large amount of stock ready for shipment,
was saveu. loss, 230,000: tuny insured.
Denver, Col., April 23. The snow storm
in the mountains continues unabated. All
trains are delayed, and every available snow
plough is in service in hopes to prevent a seri
Memphis, April 23. The Appeal's Helena
(Ark.) special says: The river is still sta
tionary, 42 feet and 4 inches on the guage.
The heaviest rain storm known for years in
this section visited Helena.on Saturday. Six
inches of rain fell in as many hours. A large
portion of the city is temporarily overflowed
in consequence. A rise Irom the St. Francis
basin is expected to reach Helena to-morrow.
Savannah, April 23 A special from
Eastman, Georgia, says: A cyclone passed
over this tqwn early this morning, doing
great damage. The house of John Register
was blown down and two children killed.
Samuel Harris' house was also demolished,
and wife and children badly injured.
Lampasas, Tex., April 23 Last night
about 1 1 p. m. a most deliberate murder was
committed in that part of the city called the
Santa Fe addition. A man named A. C.
Rich, a doctor by profession, came to this
county from Georgia several years ago. He
married a Miss Fannie Scott, in this city a
year since and moved to Bastrop county.
They returned here about six months ago and
lived near the Santa Fe depot. Last night,
while Dr. and Mrs. Rich were asleep, with
ine uour uniasicncu, parties at present un-
(known entered the room and shot Rich
throujh the head and jerked him out of bed
, and fired two more shots into the region of
. his heart, killing him instantly. They then
ran away and escaped, al' unnoticed except by
one man, who saw that there were three in
the nartv. Mrs. Rich was tn friol.tn..i ,..
coverea ner CDnsriiiiMiMi nt th nnn..i
- j day. Hopes are entertained of the arrest and
punishm nt of the
; punisnm nt ol me murdere s. Citizens are
' verv indltmant and fears nr mi-mln.,! .v,,.
' very indignant and fears are entertained that