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The San Antonio Light.
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THOMAS II. JOHNSON,
Entered at pnstofBee at Ban Antsnlo, Texas,
as snonnd-claas matter.
MONDAY, BEl'TOIUCK 31, 1883,
Mxssrj. Millon & Hargkavs have sold
out the Lampasas Globe lo Mr. J. L. Lewis,
who assumes control to-day.
Tin Louisville Courier-Journal ipeaka of
"the late Mr. Hendricks," hlch emphatiiet
the deadneta of the old ticket.
Major Penn preached a sermon the other
day to the Fort Woith lawyers, and a report
f the meeting saya hi remaikt had about at
much effect on them as pouring water on a
Tilt Emperor of Germany, white taking an
active patt In the celebiallon in honor of
Luther, found time to send 20,000 marka to
the fund hi restoring the cathedral at Treves.
Whin Governor Butler Introduced Gover
nor Jarvit, of Norlh Csrolina, at the opening
of the Boston exposition, the olher day, he
said: "He fought ns bravely, he loves us
dearly; for when honest men fight it is not
from the heart, but from the intellect."
It is stated by the London Times that
Avenger O'Donncll is 45 years of age, served
In the American rebellion, lived for some time
in Philadelphia, and kept a public house on
the Canadian border. lie lost his money by
Investing In tilver mines and Fenian bonds.
The Orange Tribune thinks that since
Texas exhibited nothing at the Louisville ex
hibition, that the membera of the State Tress
association who leave Houston to-morrow for
that city " will attract due attention, il not by
their fine appearance, at least by their native
Bifoke leaving to rejoin Langtry in Paila
Mr. Fred Gebhard told an Intimate friend that
his acquaintance wilh the beautiful specimen
of calls. My from the Island ol Jersey had cost
him aomeihlng like $175,000, but he re
marked that he didn't begrudge the money
thus spent In seeing ihe world.
Frankfort, Pa., furnishes this temperance
lecture: John Pollitt's two daughtera had
saved $800 from their earnings of some years
in a mill, and, having determined to buy a
house, sent their father to the bank to draw
Ihe money. Late that evening he wat fouid
hopelessly drunk In a barroom, wilh only $6j
of the $800. He could not tell whether he
had lost the money or been robbed.
Correspondents assert that the "Society
of the While Lily" Is fomenting a general
crusade against Christians in China. The
While Lily Is a pure Chinese know-nothing
erganlratioo, which Is said to be the largest
and most powerful seem society in the world.
It hat lodgea in every Chinese hamlet, and its
brotherhood always act with wonderful
unamlnlty. Its foundamental nl,i.rt l il
dethronement of the Mantchou dynasty.
The maxim that "the opinion of one's
neighbors Is an Index to his character," holda
equally good in a newtpater acnte. The
Kaufman Sun pays the Light the following
compliment 1 "The Light, a neat, well
printed and ably conducted six column dally,
published in the delightful city of San An
tonio, Ihe beauty and jewel ol all Texas citiet,
gives ut the benefit of its rays daily. It it of
Republican proclivities, but It of Ihe decent
and belter character, which Is above slander
ing and vlllifying public men because they are
Democrat!. We love to encoura ge tuch pub
lications." The Chicago Timet observes that "the
piofitt of pugilism are very great. A man
poste.sed of a big act of muscles, 'a long
reach,' and a little science is sure of a fortune
If he properly turns Ihem to account. Sullivan,
the Boston pugilist, hat already become a
man of wealth. Slade, 'the Maori,' another
bruiser, has just been engaged to accompany
'the Boston lad on a pugllUUc tour of the
country at a talary ol $1000 a month, a larger
salary lhan Is received by the bett clergyman
In the country. Olhtr pugilists of sny nute
whatever easily turn their talenta to profitable
use Instead of giving hit torn a college edu
cation, the father of the period might do bet
ter to supply them with dumb bells, tand
bags, and cipiet of the Marquis ol Queens
Says the Waco Examiner : " The Gesrgia
Legislature, In dealing wilh what Is generally
designated at the 'prohibition' question, did
not mince terras or deal in niceties of expres
sion. The law recently adoplcd there it very
much like our local option system here In
Texas. But the Georgia legislator! were de
termined that no ambiguous termi or glittering
generalities should either ensnare the guileless
voter or soothe the coniclence of Ihe man
who bestrides the fence. Ihe Issue is made
plain and emphatic. The ballots are to bear
the laconic inscription, "For Whisky" and
"Against Whisky," and if the latter ballots
sre in the majority, Ihe sale or manufacture of
liquor within the county, cily or village will be
absolutely prohibited. The voter must sail
under plain colon and there Is to be no dodg
ing of the issue. Perhaps this plan may prove
ai qood ai any. At all tventt, Ihe Georgian!
are going to try it awhile."
A New York broker, when aikedwhat
made teats in the Stock Eachacge so valuable,
replied ; "The Exchange has a membership
limited to 1100; it hat an insurance fund of
over $1,000,000; it owns property to the
value of $J 000,000 or $4,000,000, and a
ticket gives its owner a financial Handing on
the slrett that it equivalent to $jo,ooo cr
$40,000 In cash, A member mutt own his
teat clear, you know. lie can't borrow
money on it. And, then, the speculating
public feed the Etchange between $ 10,000,000
and $15,000000 a year in the form of com
missions. . Cut that up among 1100 members
and il will give lo each from $10,000 to
$15, coo. At a matter ol fact thll enormous
rum It divided among between 600 and 700
members. The holders of 400 or ,500 teats
are merchants, bankers and large manufac
turers who do not show their facet on 'change
a hall dozen timet a year, ar.d who seldom
do any Iradicg on Ihe fiVr."
A correspondent furnishes the Light with
Ihe following not generally known particulars
regarding the relations of the Mexican Presi
dent: The wife of the President of Mexico was
recently studying medicine In Chicago. She
It a plucky Utile lady, and a brainy one, and
it it said that Gontaletowet to her more than
to any one else, even himself, the fact that he
is President of "our sister" republic. And It
It laid, ton, that hit ill treatment of her will
hasten hit plunge Into obtcurity. Before her
marriage Mrt, Gonralet wat a Mitt Monta
con, Ihe daughter of a prominent citizen of
Oaxacaand ex member of Ihe Mexican Con
gress. She married when but 15. It wat a
veritable love match. She first saw Gonzales,
then but a Colonel In a regiment of cavalry, at
a promenade and became smitten with his
martial bearing. Her mother strongly opposed
the union but at last consented Then came
insurrections and Gonzales' rise to military
distinction. He wat at his best in war. In
peace, so passionate was his nature, his name
was always involved in some scandal.
But under the control df his wife he advanced
at rapidly In the ranks of diplomacy as in
battle and he soon became noted as one of
the progressive patty. Ills wife saved his
life twice, both timet during the French in
tervention. Once when lie wat a prisoner
in the hands of the French, Mrs. Gonzales,
though but three days a mother, rede horse
back 15 miles to an adjacent hacienda, gather
ed about her a little band of patriots and her
self at the head charged the enemy and
rescued her husband. At another time his
troops rebelled and sought his life. As they
appeared at the door of his house his wile re
ceived them, carbine in hand, and held them
at bay till Gonzales had made an escape.
After the war Gonzales fell into bad habits,
and five years ago his amourt had become
to shocking his wife could bear with him no
longer. She left' him, and in the City of
Mexico, where they had been living, and
only a short distance from the presidential
palace the rented a little house, on which she
hung the sign : "Mrs. Gonzales, Fashion
able Dressmaking." Society was scandalized.
Efforts to have her close her shop were made
by her friends, but were ineffectual. Finally,
however, she acceeded to the request of her
father and returned home. Since then she has
not lived with Gonzales. About a year ago
she went to Chicago and took board on On
tario, near State street, with a family she had
known in Mexico. Soon afterwards she be
gan att:rdlng the Woman's Medical college.
She was an apt pupil and diligent, and when
her class graduated last Match the carried
off the principal honors. A few days subse
quently the left for Oaxaco. To a friend who
taw her recently the tald the would nurse Gon
zales if he became dangerously ill, but would
never again sustain marital relation with him.
She is 37 years of age and the mother of three
children. Her husband's course regarding
her hat lost him the friendship of ihe most In
fluential leaders of hit parly and it it probable
that after Ihe expiration of his official term he
will never again hold a governmental position.
Though some of the potvaliant editors of the
Republic declare over their twords that Gon
tales shall have a second term he stands no
more show than the most insignificant ol
themselves. Even had not his injudicious
policy with regard to the church and his bad
treatment of his wife effected his political
death, a certain little document In the posses
session of Dr. Ccrda of Villaldama would a
paper containing a written agreement that
Diaz, Trevino and others thall use their In
fluence to tecure the election of Gonzslet to
the Presidency, and that alter Gonzales' term
ofeffice he thall do all within his power to
again place Diaz in the chair of state. The
writer hat not teen that document, but to
many prominent Mexicans have tpokan of it
In such an authoritative macnerthat there can
be no doubt of lit exlttence. There appear!
to be tuch a thing at retributive justice, after
all, particularly for Pretldent Gonzalet.
Ilepreaenlatlsea of One Typographical
Union, Wtli 213 Unions Ytt to
The Typographical Union hat had on its
rolls the names of many who have since be
come famous In different walks of life. Bay
ard Tajlor was once a member of the union,
at wat alio John Howard Payne, author of
"Home, Sweet Home," who wat a competi
tor. Edwin Forest, the tragedian, wat once
a member. The Jordan brothers, George and
I Itrry. who were at one lime stage favorites in
New York, were shining lights of the union.
Mark Smith, a famous actor In hit day, and
ton ol Ihe well-known comedian Sol. Smith,
wat a member of the union, at was J. B.
Stuilly, who hat tlnce become a leading actor.
The lamented E. L. Davenport wat a mem
ber of the craft. Amot J. Cummlngt of the
Sun, who It at nretent considered one of the
mitt successful journalists In the country,
nnce held cites on the Tribune and Is a mem
ber of the urion. Franklin J Ottarton, Ihe
magazine writer, was the third President rf
the organisation. John P. Wood, famlliaiy
called "Doc," a most expert condenser of
newt, and at present the managing editor of
one of St. Louis' leading newspapers, was a
member. A. E. Lewis, once editor of the St.
Louis Intelligencer and afterward a prominent
member of the bar of that city, and a judge,
was a member of Ihe craft, john F. Cleve
land, once Assessor of Internal Revenue for
ihlt district and a brother-in-law of Horace
Greeley, was alson compotitor and a mem
ber ol the union. President Buchanan, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court Salmon P.Chate.
Lawrence Barrett, John McCulioufh, all
worked at the case. Ex Pottmatler General
Therms L. James, who served hit time in
titles, in this Slate, on Ihe day he wat nomin
ated by Pretident Garfield set up an editorial
in the Telegram office Governor Blgley, of
California, and Governor nigley, of Pennsyl
vania, both serveil their time. Thurlow Weed
was another of Ihe cralt. Edqar II. Rogers,
at one time a prominent politician In this State,
and at the time of his death an officeholder in
Brooklyn, was the first Vice President of the
Union. Senator Cameron of Pennsylvania,
wat a rrlnter in hit younger days. Printers'
If Tou are Buffering
From torpidity of tho liver or constipation of
Is guaranteed to j nu, and our money rof unded
If vou aro not satisfied.
For sale at Clavln's drug sloro, and hf C.
-18 Commerce Street,
San Antonio. Special attention given to
Mad. Bailini 1 Daughter,
teach tin or
Vocal in Jnsf ramonlal Music
30.1 Houston street. Ban Antonio, O-IO-lm
JP. SID JONES & Co.
rturl.il esses and caskets of overs descrip
tion. OIHcn Ilium street, opposllo Monger
hotel. Telephono ISO- day or nlitht. lu-21-tf
J. n. riiENCit.
(Successors to Ooo. W. Caldwell.)
273 Commerco Street,
SAN ANTONIO, 4-5-501 . TEXAS.
Stublcs-Corncr of Avenuo 1! and Houston
feet. Connected by telephono. A. orders
promptly attended to, diiy or nlitht. Telephono
connection No. add.
I have known and watched the uso of Swift's
Ppeclllo for over fifty crs, and have ncser
known or heard of a failure to euro Wood
I'nittnu when properly takn. In nil my life I
Imveneser known a remedy thnt would so
fully acooinpllsh what It Is recommended to do.
If.L. DKNNAUO, Perry, (la.
Wo have Bold Swift's 8rctllo (S. P. S) with
most nstonlrlilnir results. One gentleman who
used half u down bottles says that II has dono
lilm more (rood than treatment which oost lilm
JI.UJO Anothcrwhohits used it for n Scrofulous
allectlon reports a permanent euro from lis uso.
VAN SIIAACK, bTEVKNSON & CO ,
Will bo pold to any Chemist wbo will find, on
M.Diniu !u-iKiiieor o. b. r ono parncie
v i vr RPKni win m.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua.
Our troatlsoon Blood and Skla Diseases mailed
tres to applicants. IM-Iyr
Tlmo Card, In Kfit'ct July 22.
Iave B.in Antonio bound North at :15 a.
mH 13:ISp. m., and 0 p.m. Arrive B:IOo. m.,
3X p. in. and 8 p. m. Leave for Laredo 0 p. m.,
arrlvo from Laredo 7:13 a. m.
Train leavln; San Antonio "M", a. m. hat
PULLMAN HOTEL HI II
ttiroiiftlito St. Louts without clmncc. Train
loavlntf an Antonio at 12:15 p. m. biu IMillmau
l'dlftco Bleeping cur to ToxnrkanR, wlicro
Is madowlth fast express trains for St. Louis.
Train Irovlnir Han Antonio at 6 p. in. has coach
nnd Pullman sleeping curthrouirh to Houston
and (IsUeston without chanjrc, arrlvlnsr at
I loiistnn nt 7 11. m. nnd (lalveston at )M a. m.
Two express trains dally between
San Antonio and St. Louis,
andthrco express trains dally between Han
Antnulo and Austin. Tho only line running
Pullman Pnlnco Sleeping ears between San
Antonio and Galveston without change.
Clnso connections at Little ltock for tho
Southeast, and In tho Union depot, St. Louis,
with all express trains.
l'nr tickets, rates, tlmo cards or any Infor
mation apply to
J. 8. LANDUV, Tlcaet Clerk.
. 12 Commerce streot, fall Antonio, Tel.
II. P. IIUOIHW, I'araenirrr Agent,
U. W. McCULLOUOH, A. U. P. A.,
II. a TOWNSCND. a. P. A..
St, louts, Mo.
II. M. IlOXin, Third Vice-President,
St. Louis, Mo.
(ooold a co.'e.)
Royal Havana Lottery.
October i, 1883.
Number Tor uinbcr Prize for Prize
With SCO additional prizes,
1 Capital l'rlio t 7,000
1 ' woo
1 " " l.UM
4 Trlacs, txn each NO
t) 1) NX)
ICO " HI " 2.C0U
Ml " 10 " 6,610
Approximations of (SO each to the
t) remaining- units of tho same, 10 nt
tho ono drawing tho Capital l'rlzo
of 57000 0
v Approximations of 50 each da
abovo) to tbo unodrawlnjr the SliOO 450
3 Approximations ol $ cacti to tho
number preceding und following
tho ono drawing tho J10UO SO
els, Prlzcsas above, being tho full num
ber In tho ttosnl Havana, and
SOO Additional l'rlzcs of $5 each to the
200 tickets basing as ending num
bers the two terminal units of tho
number drawing tho Capital l'rlzo
of 87,000 21,1(10
890 Prizes, amounting lo $ 21,100
Tickets, 82.00 - - Halves, Sl.OO.
The Hoynl Havana official list decides cvory
prizo. tfubjoctlo no manipulation, not con
trolled by tho parties in interest, honestly
managed, It Is the fairest, squurcet and best
thing that could bo conceived.
Heo that tho name GOULD il CO., Is on the
ticket, Nono others aro genuine.
ALLPIUZE3 PAID ON PRESENTATION.
For Information and particulars address or
1213 lirnadway, New Vork City.
08 East ItanJotnh Ktroot, Chicago III.,
Or W. W. WALLING,
No. 3 West Commerce Street and
Hn.Alamn I'lPln, t"an Antonio.
" F. G:Rdos&"ca,"
SAN ANTONIO. THXAS.
A Good Thing!
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT
TO 223 XCS-CTES
November 1st, 1883.
The lloek will contain short Sketches of Ban
Antonio, eivine location and direction of important
streets and places in Ihe city. Is an
And will bt a valuabli reference book,
WILL 1115 I'ltlNTEIl,
AND I)ISTUIIlUTi:i) GHATCHOUSLY,
AIIVKKTISIXG RATES :
ONE I'AOK, SJSO.00
ONE.IIAI.K PAGE, 12 00
ONB-FOUItTII PAOE B.00
5-1.IN1C UAItll 0.00
Prtferrtd Space can be given to those
who Apply Early.
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ALAMO MCTSTO I-IOTJSE.
Sec thclOT !
-A-TnID KIMBA.TL OR OVISTS.
E. C. EVERETT & CO., PROPRIETORS.
ir. jdtjlz :ela.s removed
TO 233 CROCKETT BLOOKmz"
Wtcro ho has a large stock of Imported cigars and li'poa and smokers' arllolcs. Over 20 differ
ent kinds of 6-eent cigars. A largo slock of Jowclry to bo told below cost, as ho has no room
to keep It. rj.j
ww am mm
Central Garden, San Antonio, Toxas, Friday and
Saturday, October 5 and G, '83.
Brilliant Fireworks Eiach Evening.
Tho Volktfcst will bo Inaugurated on Thursday, October 4, by a grand Torchlight Procession.
Grand parade, orations anil monster concert by an orchestra of AO musicians. Promenade
concert nnd daneo, prizo singing, prlzo gymnastics, tableaux, pantomimes, chlldrod's operetta
performed by ISO children.
TI-IE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Do not forgot to go tho PAVILL10N on Losoya Street, back of the
POSTOFFICE EXCHANGE, where there will bo n
Every Night DuriiiR- tho Week !
SOMMERS & UEHLINGER, Proprietors.
SOULE & WILLIAMS
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
Soli) Adults for tho tlclira(cd AvcrUl Rcady-Mlxc d Paint.
Paper Hangings in Every Variety.
272 Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas.
Texas General Agency
AND BUltEAU OF EMPLOYMENT.
Brokers In all kind, of merchandise llvo stock, Isnds, houses, rooms, offices, sfrnge, etc. Also
auctioneers. Agent for ilclgs' Firo and Water Proof Itoollng Paint, for wood, tin, or Iron.
MEIGS & J3.UIJL,, Managers.
el w. icoEnsrio-s berg,
NO. 31), SOLL'DAl) STKEBT, SAN ANTONIO, TliXAS.
E3-DYEINO AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY. .9,
K;p, a well selected slock of Jeans and Cai.lmeie
iifaclion la style, lit and prices. Repairing done In
L. M. WALT1UL.
WALTHALL & CALL A(J HAN,
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW
San Antonio, Texas.
Ollleoi Dirycr building, southeast oorne
DEVINE & SMITH,
SAN ANTONIO, TE.TAB.
Offlco Ilooms 1 and 8, Dovlno Ilulldlng,
Bolodad street. Will attend to all business In
the Btato and Federal Courts.
taxes oq land for n on-resident, will attend to
tho roiemptfon of lamisimM to tho Stato or to
indlvldunlN, wltl give special attention to all
application for changed of roadu In Itcxar
county, and will trace and furnish Information
about lost and forfeited lands In Western
Texas. Where no sorvlce Is tendered no charge
wlllbomfldo. Correspondence solicited. Would
refer to lawyers, laud agents and old citizens
of Dan Antonio 8-11 y
Spring rioltom Pants on hand. Guarantees entln
good style. Give him a call.'
MAMniUNO IIOWAnD.drotter) see No.
n. J. Treaey's catalogue, leilngton, Ky, Tie
Is a blooded bay, la hands high, weighs KUO
pounds. Borrleo, 125.
KNIOIIT OF BT. LOUI8 (thoroughbred),
alroil hy a londower, dam by Epsllon, see Ilrueo't
Ami lean Stud Hook, volume 8, page 833. He
IsadarkchestnutBorrel. Service, fEfi.
DICK (Kentucky Jaok), 15 hands high, weighs
000 pounds, Will oover mares or Jonnelt.
Bhort-horn thoroughbred cattle, Hod Ilulls.
by twenty-eighth London Duke, Islington!
Ky. Services, 10. '
Spring season, February 1. Terms cash. Ser
vices paid when roarca taken away, and If not
with fool, have tho privllego to return tho nest
season freo of charge. Stock delivered at AI
rod Keavea Main Plaza, will bo taken and
brought bank without oost.
1W Helotes, Tex.