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The San Antonio Light.
Vol. I.-No. 39.
San Antonio, Texas, Thursday, Mav 17, 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
AST-ThU company from this date will not hnilrilo IllfllirilllCO Oil and Puro
11 110 for the following reasons : ItiHuruvco OH Tank Co., who claim to own
these Trnde Mark brands, have not during several years past had any regular source of Oil
supplies, but have received IllNUl'tinco Oil and PltrolillO from sources where they
could buy cheapest without regard to quality. IliBlirauco OH is simply
any quality o( Water White oil. Consumers have no KfliarailtCO of Its Fire
Test or purity, l'lirolilio is simpiy an y quality of 74 0 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great y in purity, consumers should only buy under the proper name of 74 3 Gas
oline and then be sure the goods arc guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
IllHUl'ftllCO Oil and l'lirolilio which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co., has almost entirely stopped the demand, but we wish to warn intended purchasers we
Will not ItO responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully,
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMFY.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TURD,
East Commerce Street, adjoinincn Sunset Railroad,
1'. O ltox !S, Telephone SKI .
KKKI" CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Consisting or framing Timber, lluxinif, Fencing, Dressed l lon-lng. Biding. Headed colling
lid Finishing I. limber; also 11 full supply of Doors, Hush, Minds, Mouldings Bhlnglos, Dressed
nml Hough 1'lokeU of nil Patterns, Plastering l,ith, llurlied Wlro, Mixed 1'alnts, Ilulldors
Hardware, and everything found In u tlrst-olusa lumber yard. Wo aro prepared to lurnlsli
special lillls to order at snort nonce, neing coiinocieu Willi 0110 01 1110 largest nuns ill 1110 uuiui
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine, $25 per M.
Sail Antonio Lumber Co., A. T. llcnsloy, Manager.
11' So Call on J.
Not 12 Solcdiul Street,
IVCiirrlcs n lariro stock of Diamonds,
Ueucrtil Merchandise. If You. want Hargulus
J. H. MARQUART,
Boot & Shoe
TO. 17 SOJ-1TCDA.D STREET,
Opposlto the eouithouse, Is whero you can get
wiuinio lor 1110 least money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen,
And In iiuallly and prices defy competition.
U.A1M MAIN Ul1 l V til. I UIJWUO Ol 1113 OWU IIUIUC, Willi II Will 00 80111 III UOUOlll pi'lCCS.
.AXiTli lINDS OF EEPAIRING
Neatly and pniniptly done and satisfaction guaranteed, (live mo a trial.
J. H. MAB QUART, Proprietor.
Houston Street, next to Dr. Hertf's residence.
Wo have engaged Mr. Alexander Into chief eook
of tho Monger Hotel. MKAI.S AT A 1,1, 1 1(11 HIS.
Fancy lindoxtin dlshosut short notice und in
ELEGANT MUTATE 1)IMG ROOMS
Ol'HN DAY AND NIOHT.
ClTV Oot.I.r.OTOIt'S Okkipk, I
Ban Antonio, May 1-', IBM, f
OWNERS OP DOGS
Aro huiehy nntlflod to come forward on
or lieforn tlio 2nd of June noxt and pav license
due theicnn (HI rentB lor eacli dux), In ac
cordance with tho ordlnanco as nuieiided Junn
r,. 1H7T Doirs uot provided Willi llcuiisu tuir
after tho abovo date, will hn dealt with us pro
vided by law. F. 0. HAUH1SUN,
o-ia-oi wny uoucotor.
M. ' EMERSON,
Stilt Antonio, Texas.
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Fire -Arms, nnd
call on KMKUSON.
the best ami neatest HOOT AND SHOE III San
Always keeps on hand a largo stock of
You U'lll rind
Kvorytldng In (rent's furnishing goods from tho
cncnpcsi to the unest at Loiien ,v lYoenigiiciin s,
.Main pnua. 6-H-tr
Holler and engine, 10-liorso power, used about
mreu luuiiius. uvcryiiiiiig coiunieio. ror
further Information apply to C. Schlubel. (Sit
Aveuuo ii. o-i'
Latest Arrivals ut .losko's.
Ainontr the latest articles Just received by
,i. .ichku ,v wins. Annuo sirooi, aro laco cur.
tains from St 2.r per pattern mid upwards,
ijcaiiiiiui piuierns ni uiiuieso biik nt w cents
an elciraut ussoitiuent of torchon and othe
laces; lino Herman tablo linen In sets with
hand-worked fringed edging; silk grenadines,
sateoiis.Bolld'aild lurire llirurcs: liimdsonio mo-
linlr suuimor suits for'JiO; white lawns and
Swiss dress goods with cmbroldory to match,
and various articles too numerous to mention:
Our patrons anil tho public nro requested to
can anu examine inoso guoas iuiu got prices.
J. Johkh k 80NH,
Cull and I'rove It.
and youths should bo not only well but cheaply
uiesseu, inriiiuiippiirei on proclaims i no man
mil mo ipiesunn arises, now ran nils no none
Thouusworls simple. It Is iro to Wolfson'
store and ho will lit all with tho best goods
mat money can purchase, in nil cases pur
chaseis aro euro to irct their money's worth
nml In many l utes a ureat pereciilaKo will be
saved. Thero is a very lino and extensive
stock of (roods to select from, suitable for all
btyles and all purposes. Uveri tlilnir that men
nrboysivnuliii lor wear inn bo obtained at
Yvniisou s siore, and purciMsers will nun no
bettor market 111 which to buy their olotlilriK.
limits, sliiies, hats, shirts, under llneii and
other necessities of u like character.
er i Collateral Bro
Tin: kkd-nkck-tihd dude.
The Light Artist Irnntii Illn I'ortrnlt In
DlthnhlHoHiitl ns Drossod for tlio
Tlio discovery of tlio dudoln San Antonio
has raised considerable oxcltomcnt, especially
among the residents of ndud-o-eiil sent lnn-iit.
WI1II0 nil the readers have npproelati d nnd un
derstood tlio graphic descriptions of tin; dude
which huvo nppoarcd In tho I.totiT, some few
have desired to "o nn Illustration of this nota
ble nonenlty. Tlio f.uniT nrt'st nil led upon a
resident dndo yesterday morning after a night's
dctmiieh, before lie whs mndo up. Ho win
taking his matudlnal cocktail und seemed to
lie 11 deplornlile object. And oil, horror, he was
minus tho Incomparable whisker that ho sup
posimi caused Mich palpitation in tlm henrlsof
the fair ones. Th artist took his portrait glass
In linnd anil presents it to tlio admiring guzo
of tlio fair. This done ho left tho duda iilono
11 Ills glory.
MO UN I Ml.
In tlm nvtmlnir tlinv mot iitrulii nr tlin eon
ert ill Trnvls Park. There tho dudo was rlirired
u perieciiou ami uresscii to Kill, ins iiair wss
icatlv ollod. tho lncoinnaruhle whiskers wcro
tlxed, tlio endi of the moustache curled, his
coat and thlrteen-button vest woro well set.
anil his pants looked remarkably well, tho only
dllllculty was ho was compelled to promenade,
lorino simpio leason mat ins pants were so
very tlirht-llttlnir that if ho had sat down they
would have expanded too much for eon
vcnlcnco or delicacy. Ho looked n perfect fau
simile of thoctiromos that adorn the nrl.o
aeKaes. aim wag utterly too uuony liner
or aiiythlnir. Abovo all, tho red necktlo
L'leamcd in tne sun like a ripe tomato, i ixiiik
his eyo-nlusses ho meandered about, okIIiik
tho Kins, and inaklnir, as be thoiiKht, In
niiinberaUo mashes. In his pereitrlnations bo
cainu across another of a similar character,
attlrod in a yellow suit, who shared tho honors
or observation witu lilm. un still no
went, and tliero his equltbrlum was
completely upset. in u seat soino-
wnat reureu, recuncu n ueaiiiiiui uru
uette, faultlessly attired in white, who was
hinirulahlnifly sweet nnd sullied nureeably tin
at a dapper telegraph operator, who looked
love nun iter eyes, nils was iiib .inifeiine,
the Ideallo beliiK wtiom lio had been maslilnif
for some days, and who was, as hn told thu
"fellahs," "stuck on mo, you know, boys."
She was apparently oblivious of bis presence.
This was hid 'ed too much for tho weak
brain of the Imbaclle dude, and In his despair
ho rushed home a sadder and, tho Liuiit
hopes, a wiser man.
TUG TltANSFISIt OF THIS ALAMO.
lie Text of the Transfer Dued, HiM Jildce
DovIiiu'h Opinion on Title,
Tho following is tlio text of deed by which
tho Catholic church transfers, tho Alamo to th
state of Toxas :
Statu dp Texas. 1
Cotintvot Travis, f Know nil men by these
presents that tho Cathollo church of tbo dio
cese of Ban Antonio, In the State of Texas,
acting by and through John C. Neraz, Catholic
ltlihop of said diocese. Its duly authorized
ineiit and trustee for tbo nronertv berelnaf lor
ucscriucu, ior unu in cuiiiiueraiiuu tu 4u,oisj
in it In bund mild by Joh.i irelaud. Uoveruur
of tho Stute of Texus, tho "receipt whereby is
hereby acknowledged, lias grouted, bargained,
sold, released and convoyed, and by theso pres
ents does grant, bargain, sell, release nnd coil'
oy into tne Fiuio oi roxas an or tuat tract or
areei oi lanu suiiaieu anu lyunr in iiiocuyui
an Antonio, eountv of llexar. and the Male
of Texas, und desert lied by mcties and hounds
as follows: lleglnnlug for northwest corner at
a point Ml tectum Inches south, east from
tho pieseiil soutliHrfst Corner of tho old stone
coin en t building. Tueiicu south 11)4 west,
Just grazing tlio bine or the columns which
stand on both, sides of tlio entrance to the
church Ti feet a Inches. Thonco south IjlJu0
east Just grazing tho south edgu of the south
west, wan oi tuo cuurcu, lus leei 114 inunes to
tho west edge of Alamo ditch. Thence up the
Alamo ditch along its west edge to a point in
the cast prolongation of soul h wall of the con
vent bill dlnir and convent yard at 11(1 feet and
:.! south Tliia east from tho place or begin
ning, thus closing the survey ol tho site proier,
and Including within Its Hues uvery portion or
tlio Alamo cuurcu propor.
Whereas, there is reason to believe, and It Is
generally understood, that this grantor is
sel.od and possessed ot a surplus strip of
ground of some nine feet In width adjoining
tho abovo desorlbud property, anil lying 011 its
south sido and constituting apart thereof; and,
Whereas, it Is tho Intention of both parties
that tho entlro Alamo property not hereto
fore convoyed shall now bo conveyed to tlio
btatnof Texas as fully to nil intents and pur
poses as bud t lie same been herein described
by metes and hounds.
To huvo and to hold all and singular tho
premises abovo mentioned und described unto
tho said Btuta of Toxas and Its usslgneos for
ever. And tho said Catholic church of tho dioceso
of Bun Antonio, uctlr 'usufoiosald.doth heie
by hind itself, und th j srld John 0. Noraz,
lllshop us aforesaid, doth hereby bind lilmseli,
his heirs, executors, administrators and suc
cessors iu olllco to warrant and forovor to do
feud the title to all and singular tho premises
ulorcsald, sac and except tho said snip
lying on tho south slilo - of tho above
described property uutu tho said
Buito of Toxas, and Its assigns, against every
person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to
claim tho muiu or auy part thereof save as
tlicrtln abovo oxcented.
In witness whereof, .this instrument is
signed and oxecutcu in tlio city of Austin, and
Btato of Texas, 011 this the 1-th day of May,
A. I), lbta. John 0. Nkiuz,
lllshop of Ban Antonio.
Witnesses : '
John It Lubbock,
It. J. Kendall.
State of Tkxab, I
Travis County, f lleforo 1110, Z. T. Tul
111010, County Judgo ot tho county aforesaid,
this dav nersonally anneared John J. Neiaz.
known to mo to bo tho poison whose mimo Is
siiiiscriueii 10 1110 itiregomg iiistruiueiit or
executed tbo same tor tho nurposes und con-
tv 111 ess nil uauii ana 1110 tunc 111
seal of tho County Court uf Travis
eountv. ut umcu 111 Austin. Tenia.
jiny is, ibsj, tui.hiiuk,
C 1 mty .I'pitf Travis Cuuniy, Toxas.
Tlio duoJ uui-h Lho niiDortant endursu ,iuit
1 "This property Is sold und thu money arising
therefrom Is to be used for church and school
Dovitioto the t.llllIT nnmnilsslfinn'r. "a In ffin
title of the Alamo. It was decided longngo.
The matter lies In a nutshell. At tho InstUu-
tlouortlio Independence or Texas tho Btato
liccame tlio legitimate heirs of tlio Spanish or
Mexican Government. Tho Rtatc gave tho
missions and laud, not exceeding 15 acre), for
ohiirch and school iniriiot s. The Alamo was
given to the Catholicchiirch. In 1MI I. ns Cl'y
Attornoy, brought un action on behalf of the
city of Ban Antonio for recovery of tho
Alamo, but Judge Norton sustained the
church's tltleto the Alamo, nnd In IM tho de
cision wusulllruicd by tho Supremo Court.
Til 13 AIVMO.
How It Cull llest be Used ui 11 Memorial of
Ill the purchase of tho Alamo the Btato has
at hist done tardy Justieo to tlio memory of
those Immortal patriots who fought and died
for tho independence of Texas. If tho sacred
edlllco is properly preserved und made Into a
Btato museum It will bo a line und lasting 111 011
iiinent to the dead. Trophled columns are tho
usual commemoration of the Nation's honored
dead, and In their way are well enough as a
tribute of respect for the patriots, und Incite
thu youth of thu present and futuro ages to
noble deeds, but how much better Is itto make
the monument useful as un unfailing record
of the rnst, and us a means uf Instruction to
the present and futuic. In this building could
bo rallKod Idles of the Ftrmrle for tholndn.
pendeneu of Texas', which most of the present
possessors would gladly doimto If as
sured of their iirerviition. There could
bo storud memorials of the artistic progress
of the "tate, und Its natural products, then
would It Indeed bu a memorial or the uoblost
character such at would redound to tho credit
or the heads and hearts or tho Texaus. Tho
Mute lias purchased tho building and tho cltyi
by Its conduct, might to show Its nnnroclatlon
or It. Let It bo properly restored and mado into
a museum 01 mo character Indicated. Then will
vlslto s como Irom all parts uf the wold to
sue tho sacred snot, and learn the lessons that
aro pruetlcully convoyed. I twill bo a source
of pride, pleasure und revenue to the citizens.
Our peoplo will tnko llielr friends ami visitors
liat-ti'd tin blofidv seenes liv wliloli tin, ileml
bit' 1 lots lost their lives, and bv their blood 111.
snln'd the noble BDlrlt tliut iruvo to Texas the
glorious victory or sail .laclutn aim tlio Imlo-
Enuiieucu 01 1110 siaio. ueie is no Kilo tronuy
ut one characteristic of thu lives of the lllua
trlousdead, useful In tlio present, noble In tho
Thority Attorney called tho numoof A. C.
I rues this morning, and Mr. I rues took tho
stand. "There is a charge," said bo, "against
you for liking Insulting and abusive language
to Miss Molly Clay Kmest. What havo you to
say?" "Not guilty," ho pleuded. "Is Molly
Clay hero?" Inquired the City Attorney.
"Yes, sir," nnd up bounced MissMolly to with
in two inches of the Kecordor, and about a
yard from tho defendant. "Stand back n lit
tle," said the Itecorder.and Molly sllded off tho
dais to tho ordinary tloor. Tho City Attor
ney then said to her, "What do you
know about this?" "Nothing, sir,"
said tho girl. "Nothing, eh," ejaculated tbo
counsel. "No, nothing at all, Blr. so help mo
Hob." "You tee that man tliero ?" pointing to
the dofendnnt."Yes,alr." "Now do you mean to
say that ho didn't cull you bud names V" "No,
s r, he didn't," wild she, giving Mr. Newton u
look of righteous Indignation. "Hut you've
sworn nn alllduvit against this man, nnd
signed your own name, saying that ho lias In
sulted you." raid tho City Attorney. VI can't
neip inui, sum sue, "i can iioituer reuu nor
write, und I don't know what ho put down,"
pointing to tho domiiru Clerk of tho I'olleo.
Tho Kecordor then asked her to tell all
slio know about it, and she irave
him a withering look, us she said. "If I
don't know don't know, und that's all about
it. A constable was called, whoso evidence
was not as pungent as usual in such cases, and
for oueo the Iteconler looked nonnlussnd. Ills
ancestral blood soon doveloped Itsolf, and lie
continued the case till to-morrow for further
evidence. Miss Molly had 111111I0 a playground
of thu court, that was evident, and we will sen
what comes of It to-morrow. If Molly mudo
the iiiurrel up with Mr. Hrnest, she has to sat
isfy tho Kceorder.
'1 here were 15 cases, and tlio linos amounted
In Memory of Little George Itode.
On tho 7th Instant Oeorge Ilode, tho infant
son of Dr. Ilode. tho well known stock man
died at tho resldonce of Mrs. Schwartz, 09 Mar
shall stret, aged 18 mouths. Tho child was
pretty and uttructlve, and was so precocious us
to give great promise of tho future. Moreover,
It wns the Idol of tlio parents' ho-trts.
I.lttlo George had n severe attack of the
measles, und was apparently recovering, when
cholera morbus appeared, and In 11 short time
tne imam was ueau. 'tlio remains woro in
terred In tho eltv cemetery, but the memory
of tho dead child Hoi burled In tho hearts of
the sorrowing pnrcnts.
I know the angels fold him close,
llencath their glittering wings.
And soothe him with a song tint breathes
Of Heaven's dlvlncst tilings.
I know that wo shall meet our babe,
His mother dear, and I,
Where (lod for jyo, shall wlpi away
All tears from uvery oye.
Whnte'nr bofals us hero 011 earth,
His bliss can never ccuso ;
Our lot tuny hero bo grief and fear,
Hut Ids Is perfect peace.
A ltlval for I.iiiigtry.
Mrs. Alfred Muddlck has made her upm'ar
unco at a Galoty matlneo in Uindon as Lady
Clancarty. Blio 1b, says Mr. Luboucbcre In
London Truth, the llvlnglmago of tho late Miss
Ncllson, excepting that her hair is fairer. The
play of Clancarty Is well known, audi think
she would havo done better In huva tiiudn Imr
debut in n part less heavy than that of Its hero
ine, bora debutante sho acted It well; but
she would havo upooared to much greater ad
vantage hail shovlioscu 1111 liurcnilu part, for
this would huvo better sultud hor stylo of uot-
iiiii. in iiiu iiguiur scenes sue was very suc
cessful; lint sho failed whenever sho had to
portray strong tragic emotions. Her votco at
present Is uncultivated. I.lko most debu-
innies, sno uoos not Know now to manage it
In light comedy ho 11 valuable uciilsttm to
tlio stave. This must, however, 1 10 accented
cuir icruuu, us jir. iciuiiiiunuru is iniinusuuiiu
of Henrietta Hudiryon. thoiisiiiidn Mrs Ij.hmi.
ohero. and tho noted enmiy of her former
fiiond, Mrs.. Luugtry. Many of thoKogllsli
I li'-rtt rleul papers plainly hint Mint Mrs. Mad
dick, u beautltul woman (if a plouant stylo or
neiiuiy, is iiiiriiuuceu uu 1110 stage Willi u Uu
sire to eupplunt Mrs. Lai) try.
The Ueriimn-Kngllsh School Successfully
Celebrates Its Twenty-Fifth
Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of tlioOerman-
Ktiirllsh school was celebrated yestcrduy, and
waslnovcry way n commendable und enJoy-
About ISO persons assombled and partook of
ti elegant flipper provided by Mr. I.udwlg
..nu.,nw. iiimi. ncm UIUUK tinU HIIIY HT
Mossrs. dross, Urlesenbacb, Orothaus anJ
others. During tho Intervals tho Klghth cav
alry uiihu i.ihj eu nppropriaio selections.
lo-day tho scholars celebrate the anniver
sary by a picnic at tho springs.
1 ho school Is excellently tnansgod, and one
that tho city may well be proud of. It Is non
scctarlan and Is a good plsco to acqulro cither
tho hiiglitb or the (lernnin languuge. It now
com prises six clnsu'8, threo for each lan
guage, aim numbers about J) scholars.
nnd Why lie whs Shot, ami Who nro
Tho Two Ijircdos thus tolls tho story of
Charles WIckland'B inurdor !
"Ho had been to Jlonteroy to procure money
to pay his hands, and was roturiilng to his
cntnp In a wagon when ho wns nliot. Tho men
In camp beard two pistol shots In tho neigh-
noruooii 01 1 no camp, a-xi uiscovored Mr.
wlekland's team running toward it. When
tho team was stunned .Mr. WI.V1,,,,,) 1....1111
alive, und ablo to toll who tho parties were,
and about tho sumo time two men were seen
running up 1110 mountain, who wero followed
lid arrested. Thoy proied to bo u man numed
John Mudd, a gambler, and u companion
named Leggntt, both of whom wcro on tho
mini wiiu .'ir. icKi.inu uuu Know that ho bad
money with which to pay tbo hands witli him.
Whether or not tho money was ro"ovorcd wo
havo not leiirnod."
Tile Women's Home Ilulldlng.
Mr. J. H. Hreedlng, architect, yosterday hsd
on exhibition at tho springs plan and drawings
of tlio building to bo erected for tho Women's
Homo association. It will be u haudsomo two
story stoiio, 100 feet front by 8 feet wldo. Will
havo la sleeping rooms, largo double parlor,
private parlor matron's room, sewing room,
reading room, bath room, laundry, and kitchen
dopartmenteoinpletc. Thero will bo galleries on
ull sides or tho building, nnd entrances ut rrout
and each end. Tho house, when complete, will
cost about $1(1,000.
Ti:i.i:tiKArino nkwh hoilkd down.
Mexico his arranged to settle the Knrdinh
Wallace defeated Dion at New York. e.
terday in a came of billiards, by 500 to 337.
the miners convention at Pittsburp ves.
terday adopted resolutions of sympathy for
Birr parade in Dallas to-dav. rhirlrm
fight, and commercial travelers holding a
The ilatnaee by the storm Mondav nlaht.
through Ohio anil Indiana, is estimated at
' majority for Congress in West Vir
ginia will be about 15,000; leu of 2000 Dem
The reunion of the Armv of the Potomnr
was a grand success yesterday. About 2500
men passed in teview.
The Chinese Government has resolved in
protect its subjects in Chicago from indiscrimi
nate raiding of the police.
Young Men's International Christtm n.n.
ciation are holding session at Milwaukee.
There are 700 delegates present.
At Dallas the Saencerlest renorted a nranil
success, tickets taken in at door 2900, of
which 1 100 were deadheads.
The city of Wilmington, Del., has resolved
to pull up the telegraph ooles o( the company
if the tax of $1 per pole is not paid.
A gang of thieves are at work in Laredo.
Foster's building entered and then burned, A
Mexican was arrested and jail fjr robbing the
Mrs. Nettie Owens, at Burnett vrtii-nlnv
tried to climb the golden stair by the lauda
num route, but the doctors rolled a stone In
The Cherokee, council has passed a bill
leasing the grazing lands lands of the nation
to a stock association for five years at $100,
000 per annum.
At the Democratic convention at Louis
ville, Ky., yesterday the vote on sixth ballot
for Governor stood: Jones 227, Knox 232,
lluckner 171, Owsley 104.
The Urewers' convention now in session, at
Detroit, has resolved to testthe constitutional
ity of the Kansas prohibitory law by carrying
same before the United States Supreme
The meeting of the Texas Press convention
was formally opened yesterday. The ad
dress ol welcome made by Colonel John F.
Elliott, ol the Herald, and responded to by
The jury yesterday found verdict "not
guilty in the case of Congressman Tliomp.
sons charged of murder. A shout went up
from the crowd "thank God, Kentucky's,
wives can now be protected."
At Galveston: James Kohn, shipping
clerk for Ullman, Lewis & Co., has
'Skipped" town, over $5000 short. James
Montgomery,;baggage master on the canta He
railroad, has been arrested on a charge of em
bezzlement. The Supreme Lodge Knights
of Honor has decided to meet next May in
Michael Ash, deceased, of Palestine,
left the following will: Leaves $1000
to tho building lund of the Jew
ish synagogue, Palestine; $500 each to the
Hebrew orphan asylums in New Orleans.
Cleveland, Ohio, and New Votk City; $Sco
for the Hebrew cemetery here; his bankini;
business to hU' brother, Gabriel Ash; his real
estate and merchtndisin to his wife nnd son,
With a half Interest In the bminess to his man
ager, Mr. Leach. Hlestteis estimated at