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Evening Light, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1883, San Antonio, Texas Vol 30 Antonio Texas Friday February FALL WINTEll CLOTHING lota or nt retail nt extremely low figures MS BOOTS A CHAT WITH THE CREOLE Miss Lillian Career Vivaciously by Herself Opinion of Antonio and Turner Fuco AT AN D Oost ol CLOTHS and at lowest Also n lot of French Silks A commissioner yesterday called upon Miss Lillian Spencer at the Hotel Maverick When appeared she waa neatly nt tired In n grey costume adorned with granite velvet trimming and wore her head a blue Gypsy bonnet She hnd just re- turned from a drive As sho took a sent the light fell her face mid showed it in all expressiveness Miss is n very beautiful woman mid yet she is exceedingly comely a color adonis her head she has n broad intellectual forehead her nose Is aquiline her lips full and of a healthy her features regular and symmetrical form is inclined to and she is very I eyes are They are but changeable in nnd expressive of mission romance and intensity of feeling s very young not NEWS WOULD is prevailing In the town of A M oC Houston died at Long Island on the 20th THOMAS 0 has been appointed Traveling Auditor oC thu Sunset road DUNCAN C has defeated llaner In n wrestle In Florida JOHNSON of wants lo have all persons punished who wilfully destroy trees A YOUNG miin named Anderson is in durance at on the charge of murdering Dr Dunn some time since THE Court of Appeals have 1 he tence of penitentiary for life in Andrew has introduced n to create a system of normal schools for the better education of TIIK San Antonio Lumber company the cap- ital stock of which is reported to be lias a charter with the Secretary of Staje A committee is appointed in England to ascertain the expenses of con- n channel tunnel lo the continent TIIK sale of the Morgan outfit of railroads and to is continued complete transfer will be made in April Mu F G SMITH of Fort Worth a of the News was married THU LEPER OF LEWES A Victim of tho Tolls In His Case Faro of it 11 Jury nx to u of Receipts for gas bills were found in he establishment made out in the name of Robert II caled that the place had been running since about February Jones was arraigned before Justice Dully at Jefferson Market He said he was simply a clerk in the place Dederich was arrested by Captain Williams at a later hour and two locked up at the station Ij q At prices that will astonish the Delaines Brocaded Dress Goods Cheaper anywhere AT COST Grocery Department be kept up to its FULL standard with the on Hand Lot on Commerce street house on Main plaza also for sale Apply to JOSEPH E DWYER Executor TURNER Two Only FEBRUARY 24 and 25 of America's Greatest Actress ROSE EYT INGE Supported by her own powerful company Saturday evening and only time here of the great theatre success Jis played by this if rent for ltd at the Union New York Sunday well on which will Parisian success OF PARIS The costumes worn by in this piny wove made by Worth of Purls last mer and nvo pronounced by all marvels of seats fiOc nt i And sho Is for an actress very young having reached her birthday One was pleasing to the Spencer natural and womanly She had not like many Thespian votaries made the mistake Hint she was obliged lo make up off stage as well as on it Miss advanced and extended her hand cordially at the same time exclaiming Oli you are lasi you naughty man why did you not come before as you promised and show me round your The pleaded the pressure of engagements was accepted ami Miss Spencer Well now what do you want The commissioner that the editor considered thill a fuw facts of her life opinion and experience would be blo lo the on which she In an way lo she was daughter of Dr Spencer of burg Pennsylvania anil was educated at the convent there During lier scholastic studies she evinced considerable elocutionary and power gaining the gold medal awarded for studies Miss then appeared in marked success and eventually decided to Her friends especially her father who is a good strongly opposed the project tint she lo their objections nnd was by Miss Louise to Halt star In The Farmer's Daughter playing the character of Justine In she appeared at the Fifth Avenue under Mr Max in tho character of In which she scored a big success Since hen slie attained considerable popularity lu character of Corn having appeared in The Creole in various parts of thu What teacher bad I added Miss Spencer I had none All I know Is by natural instinct or Inspiration whichever you choose to call it cultivated by close study of the author's text and by experience on the stage I often feel that 1 should like to sonic sons of an expert Von Hko Tho Creole as you It In Pans and not ours V Well J am not surprised be- cause the Is certainly weak I have myself made certain alterations for you must know I am a little bit or an Is susceptible of great Improvement absence of suitable compels ono lo play under great disadvantage Fancy In place Corn's mad Infatuation for When played the character he loosed young manly and handsome and there some ex- cuse for my but present tive of the character although n gentleman In action and n really good actor Is destitute of natural of ono capable of ex- citing such grand passion few f was raving over my supposed masher I could hardly suppress my laughter at the of the How can one feel the full Intensity nt passion under such Then again scenery at ns yon know Is not in any way In keeping with grandeur of sian life indicated by the text These are serious drawbacks to tho traveling actress Then dragging from ono point to an- other long journeys variance of weather little rest no comfort bad nnd uncertain ing derogatory Just think of our night here we at i o'clock that day from Houston arrived here about 7 o'clock fatigued and wearied no time for food or rest tho trunks must uc unpacked and we 8 o'clock even if we nre half dead or break faith with the public lose money Sometimes T sot discouraged and have serir ons retiring It is only strong presentiment of CCFH that keeps mo IN THE HANKS What was that about my golfing Well that was a strange affair nnd might have put a sudden end to my dramatic aspirations We were playing The Creole hi T the Com and Arthur Forrest was tho George When seeks to from leaving to Join tor he draws a pistol nnd and Com Is I bus marked by a bullet scur The nt Korl Worth yesterday to Miss Mary A FOOT of a night switchman caught IM u frog at Palestine yesterday and lie was held prisoner till horribly minified by a train are snid to bo four other elect nf Congress in Hie re- gard to obligations to Uncle Sum Major is TIIK New has placed al tbu disposal ol the Government ils steamer Susie li for nil below Vicksburg Inspection of the A is In the upper house of the Assembly to provide for construction of the now and living the superintendent at TWO barrels of potatoes contributed by children of Dip District school lor of the sufferers of Louisville Hood brought STOat tho Cotton Exchange In that city Correspondence of the NKW YOKK February few days ago n stranger came ashore at Delaware from a foreign vessel He was well dressed and his manner was courteous Save a slight limp in his gait and an unnatural tinge to his countenance there was nothing out- ward to indicate presence of n peculiar malady Upon reaching the shore he sought out a private and rather secluded boarding place and there he remained keeping aloof entirely from the people around him From significant hints dropped several of the crew who brought him ashore it was about that the stranger was a leper who for the safety oi his comrades on shipboard had been put ashore to shift for himself The stranger made no attempt at denial but on the contrary seemed as anxious to avoid the approach of his neighbors as they were to avoid him The extravagant stories that went rapidly from mouth to caused such agitation that a special meeting of the Town Council upon to consider ways and means to rid community of THK He admitted to a reporter thai the suspicions of the people well founded He was he frankly but sorrowfully admitted a leper He gave his mine as James and L Man Who Whipped Himself Thinking Horse A few days ago the village of Virginia was surprised by the appearance of a shaggy wretched looking man apparently middle-aged beating himself and running at full spead through the streets He ran at this rapid rate nearly all over the and every few moments was observed strike himself vigorously which ried and shout gee to himself same time accelerating arrested and held in custody about hour When the officer released him he to and Well boys 1 go gee and giving himself a slinging blow bounded through the street and left town The man whose name is Long is the son of poor but respectable parents and of a robust mind A few years ago a severe spell ol sickness caused him to lose his mind entirely He Tis evidently firm in the belief that he is a horse IJ LEWIS n hack driver was ar- rested nt Cedar town for robbing the mails He confessed iml returned the money union except which he had spent IT HAVING ucen alleged that Uov Newton pastor of St Mark's Episcopal New York denies the divinity of Christ and tho divine inspiration of the ho will bo tried for heresy decided In caucus yesterday that or the sion precedence shall be given to the regular annual appropriation bills bills and pension hills was current In Washington day that the Republicans had selected Senator Edmunds on their choice tor President pro tern of Senate it to bo without foundation ONE owed another William Wing by name mid refused to pay it William undertook to adjust mattera atlee and yesterday he shot at his Celestial debtor wounding him in the urim ANP railway lines aggregating miles or about moro tlian in were In -15 of States and last year The average yearly Increase since the war has been miles THE Slate Senate make n law one section of which provides that when lax with the alii of special funds Is not lo run six months the tax may be increased not to exceed al cents on DK editors of the St Louis Druggist during the war a surgeon hi the army was found in a dying condition in n St Louis street yesterday morning died soon He was to the laudanum In large quantities was a handsome masher from Montreal He money freely in San Francisco mid seemed to enjoy life Finally he engaged himself lo n wealthy young widow but he decamped before wedding day ar- rived The she said Tun to welcome a party of distinguished Mexicans who are io arrive Monday The party is to consist of Henor Diax and wife Senor njo and stin and said he was an Englishman by but up to lasl summer had been years a resident of Havana where the disease the germs of which were latent in his system developed His impression was that lie contracted while at Madagascar where he others of the crew with whom he was associated were forced to work side by side with of a number of whom were known to be diseased times the his skin had assumed would blend until his flesh actually appeared lo him almost as variegated as a garden in June The horror of his position became at time almost unbearable nnd he contemplated suicide as a means to escape IPS awful fate He studied his case and having learned that exposure lo cold was Die only means by which its ravages could be mitigated he determined to go to Canada and enter a pital in Toronto It was with this object in view that he obtained a berth on English ship Formosa The captain however the of his ailment and told him he must ship Wilmington N C At his request however captain him to land nt Lewes instead from which place he intended to go Mr during the interview displayed to the reporter the peculiarities of the disease as developed in his case rubbing Rubin and wire General They will visit Austin Madame Peralta Will open an engagement in thla city for man had mislaid Forrest's revolver and another When Forrest aimed at me the pistol missed flic is a very seeing thei bo San Antonio DR visited hand created a Across the palm fine lines dust were streaked O Jenkins in Scotland Illinois to ascertain why Dr kins had sent him n comic valentine lie thought lie would shoot Jenkins and then question him He did shoot but without and then Jenkins returned flro mortally wounding him THR National Senate proposes that no part of the money appropriated Tor the general care increase and protection ot the navy in MARCil 1 3 fi and 7 Office havo opened largo and spacious restaurant opposite the whore wo will pay special to largo for balls etc nnd whore we will all our friends and and not to bo In moderate will our motto aimed at me tho pistol missed flic Forrest is a seeing Mill position bo icd after me drew mo on the and we struggled Cor the possession ef the pistol While we were thus and the revolver was near my face it accidentally exploded and the powder entered my skin in the place to say where Cora Is supposed -I pained much but resolved to finish performance Disguising as Tnr as possible powder mark I dime on the atago for the second apt nnd there fell less The was nnd the dismissed f taken lii my through crowds of anxious people the doctor extracted grams of It was the most gainful I over had performed but the skin soon henled as is very good and in a few days I again on the boards yon ought really to get a theatre more comfortable forns for your own people would pay nil concerned in- duce better draw better com- T n No I rouble in tint to warn me although I admit it draws well T sometimes sorry for that woman cause I sho Is of tho 1 ions made against but sho has been ly indiscreet to encourage Freddie's Won't you stop for No I Now do Well then T an not liye for I hope to see you and to IKS in Sun 1 acknowledge I like Han its Then tho 8 o for the line of construction and renal is shall be plied to the repair of any wooden ship when the estimated cost of such repairs shall per cent of the estimated cost of a new ship of the same size and like material THE grave over Robert A Packer eldest sou the late Judge Asa Packer or Mauch Chunk He was President of eral railway and mining companies vanla Ills income was His property left In trust by amounts o about It IB now lo lie Mr Packer died at Jacksonville Pin TIIK Arkansas has decided that a majority of the inhabitants and female within- three miles of a church or school except In cities of the first and second class may by petition prohibition and when prohibition is once obtained it can not lie annulled except by act of thn ture In cities of the first and second classes a vote to lie taken on lie every two years arc carefully an epi- leptic patient at He is in a despondent state of mind and it is he will attempt to suicide The patient ia Henry the patentee of tho pavement of that name who shot a young lawyer In New York some years aittlngon lap of notorious Diamond and wife sought to end n strangely varied life by weeks ago but waa discussion National on a promised defeated by which was contemplated n reduction to MX of the appropriation fora geological vey argument took a wide range nnd embraced tho constitutional power of tho to carry surveys into the Slates In which the United Owned land coil tended that there was no warrant under constitution Tor such proceeding and waa sharply answered by who doctrine of Slates rights m an old fossil brightly so thai in rays of the sun they shone like a of silver This in his flesh had communicated to the crow feet lines in his temples and they like palms hands perceptibly glistened lie left Lewes in obedience to the demand of the Town Council TIIK DISTINGUISHED JURY'S VERDICT Coroner Merkle's distinguished jury in the case of Michael Kelleher who was killed by George Mahan a patient in: Bellevue pital rendered the following We hnd that Michael came to his death by injuries inflicted by George E Mahan In view of the evidence before us we believe hat due care was not exercised by the officers in charge of the Alcoholic ward and in our opinion the system of ment is very defective The wards at all times should in our opinion be in charge of a responsible employee and we find that the orderlies are highly censurable for leaving the ward without putting the patient in charge of a responsible person We further recommend that furniture of the and of such a character and be so secured as to possibility of their use as weapons of offense by patients then sicned verdict ex-Mayor Wickham suggesting thai they sign in order of going out of office and were with the thanks of the Coroner Mahan was held In to appear before Grand jury William II Kennedy the Coroner keeps the becoming his bondsman FARO IN MITH The Rev Dr Howard Crosby of the Society for the Prevention of Crime received a lew days ago an anonymous tion saying that a gambling house had been Ills Old mauler's In county Ga lives a negro now al the age of Go a plantation of 1500 acres ing to his master and is every acre and every cent of which he acquired own industry and business tact since the war The heirs of his old master are on the contrary living in comparative poverty A Funny A funny quarrel is in Patterson The Chief was severely for not having the sidewalks cleaned the snow on Saturday a work law requires shall be done immediately after the snow ceases to fall The Chief indignant at this arrested about 400 of the most prominent citizens for failing to comply witn the law who they could comply this law without the Sunday They further ask why they should be expected to cloan when the city authorities neglected lo clean the crossings seem to have best of argument I years ago Miss Jennie Andrews nnd Alexander McGregor of Macon Ga were engaged lo be married but had n lovers liffand She married Charles Ross and went lo Texas and lie died and the widow returned and married Mr Lavarre Seven years laler was killed In be- come a widower the his chanced to meet in the streets of sweetheart of 18 years ago arid they had not met for years the mutual The old flame was rekindled and on Sunday Rev J W was called upon to perform the marriage ceremony Her Lover An elopement came to a at lotte North Carolina The parents of Miss Stella Martin were opposed to her marriage with and the lovers planned that the young lady who lived in the should would be met by her lover at the depot when they were to proceed to Concord and ried The girl escaped from her house in the night and went Her lover however and did not meel her She the depot from daylight dark not daring to J place for fear her lover As night came on she recognized that she had been duped and when a policeman came io gest that she had belter leave the he found Her a raving maniac The established at 226 avenue letter was sent to Superintendent ling and was referred to him by Captain Williams At 3 p m day Captain Williams called at the number given wilh three policemen He found a building nearly opposite hotel In first floor is the office of the agent of Morgan estate Several suites of rooms in the building are occupied by families In a large back parlor on the second floor Captain Williams found Frank A Jones in charge of a house 1 wo 2350 checks a cue keeper 24 chairs Iwo round tables a faro -table and outfit a roulette table a card cutter a silver dealing box 30 packs of cards balls markers and other apparatus together wilh 89 cents in United ton Tattooed U R Moffitt n tattooed man and Miss Leo the Spanish lady were married in ew days ago and a large number of noted freaks witnessed the The bride has a glossy black longi and the groom is a mosaic work as there is in America Wiss Leo is 26 years old and her husband has passed 40 first wife a Venus of dyspepsia in in the season ended married -a Circassian beauty of Milesian extraction She died last summer and show con- eluded its season widower was head over heels the Spanish bearded New Arrivals nt Famous No K Street New notions goods hosiery embroidery a complete its of everything In line of indies fancy articles we will not bo un- in the city Wo will short notice V Co A A Is now receiving tho new spring nnd summer goods for dress us of linen imd for spring nil shade of brocaded and plain ottoman silks Also a full or wok wear Invisible ami a lurgo lot of goods just
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