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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 16, 1886, San Antonio, Texas L.M, Cigarc and Tobacco Ami Built; lit Hie A. DELPIT Factory, Now Orleans. Will Receive In a few days A FULL LINE OF GOODS, and INVITE INSPECTION. Antonio Daily Light. L. H. du QUB5NAX, CiprnnJ Tito At Factory-Prices 3 West Commerce. Volume 322. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16. 1886. Only, a Year. 1 We take occasion to mention to our friends and customers in the City and Country that since we are through with our annual Stock-taking, we have made great reductions in all our departments, and are offering Bargains to all those in need of any- thing in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc, to sec convinced that we mean u-bat JOSKE BROTHERS. A STRONG PLEA For tlio Orphans and Helpless by Dr. Lowinthal. The following sermon WM delivered j hjr Kahbl LBWlnlual this morning at llio n advertise. Ceo H Kalteyer, President Otto Koehlor, Soc. and Manager. Brewing SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. V. 3 1 MM A NO. Oysters, Fish, and Game. Cafe Restaurants And A( Schoiz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. Meals at nil rolito waiters In attendance. KvonMhliiff survuil In This EsiablishnionL is now Replele with All the Novelties for the Fall niirt Winter Senson. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins Can be seen in Blank and Colored, Plain and Brocaded. (blauk nnd Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool rinl- eena. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Sill; Pongeep, Dress Plaids in single and double widths, jgy-Trhnnilngd to tuit nil Drcea Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. lie Is now showing the largest stock'of Kid Gloves, .Hits, l.ticos nnd for Iiadlcs and Children ever brought to onr city. In Silk Hosiery he has an endless variety nnd cannot be undersold. Fail and AIL the lixtnat Fall nnd Winter styles uml mnkus of UouncEs sun) Huts, Oalrlch Plumes, Tips, Kiblioiia nnU Trimminifa will bu foujul there. This department is under Jirst-cliies artistes, who will pletise the tnstea of nil. Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, Towelings, Domestic Printa, Ginglmuis. Alpacua, Coinfortera. Cnnton nels nnd Hosiery. Among tiie otlicr things which were very extensively purclmscd by his ngents WBS the moat magniflcent stock of Dress Goods of nil kinds ever Been in any dry goods bouse in Texns. Eepecinl attention WHB given to purehnsliig 3fnll and Winter bilks, and CHD lie also give the greatest Imrgnins in Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats His Biocfc of Fnll nml Wintur.Oloiliiug Is tho IfirgoM ovvc hrougtit lo 'J'cxus, nml cm- bract-B. In the Idlest ualtcnifl, I'rincc Alhorl. Cutaway, l-'rock fttul SititH. A very nnd complete stock of Ladies', Misses1, Men's nnd Hoys' Shuts ami Roots, A full line of Styisou Soft nnil Still1 Hnts. Also a Cuil-stock of nctitlcmon's Goods, FURNITURE AND CARPETS Fits Furniture Department Is complete with Honst-linUl Griols, an'! bo will suit evt'ryhrwly in tins lino. AmoiiKOthcr jjiXjJs wo find I'lsish I'nrlor Suits, Mohttlr Pnrlor Snild, Wtihntt auiJ Aflb IJtHlroomSuHa, Wnrdrnboj, Ch.iirs, llu Iv uml Inymin Carpc-ls. riirtftinS.WtnrtowShades. Klc. Coiinlry flltoJ promiiLly ntnl snilsfnctinii Send for sninples. L. WOLFSON. Main Plaza and Acequia Street Temple Hetli-TCl: "Yo chilli not nutlet uny rnlliirlcrs clilkl. If then Hllllct llicni In nnyulec nii.l they cvy lit nil inilo me, I ivlll Mm-ly tu-iii- tlitlr cry." Bxoilus xxll; 21, There is nothing which more clearly stamps the Blhlo ns Divine thnn Ilic compassion nnd solicitude it incnlculates for llio poor, tlic wretched and forsaken. The sympathies of the world nre ever with Ihe strong, the prosperous and the gifted; the tender mercies of Ciotl Al- mighly are upon 'Ihc weak, Ihc ahlc, and the wounded. He IB willi those that are of a contrite and liiunhle spirit lo revive Ihe spirit of tins lowly' nnd to quicken thu heart of tlio contrite. It IB thissame loving pity which aril exhorted to exhibit townnl those nre desolate nnd helpless. Tiie very facl tlial they arc weak and wltlionl de- fento is to conaliluto Iheir moat power- ful claim upon, our active kindness. There nre seme philosophers who tell until fit this feeling of compassion la In- horn within us. Does history warrant this assumption? nre accustomed to look upon the edict of rhnrnoli, Unit everv new born son of the Isrut'litis should be cnst Into tlio river, nsoueif Ihe moat inhuman decrees that was evi-r issued. Are yon awnre that n similar practice prevailed, to the very InrgcM extent, nmong the nations of atititjuilj Infiiiitinido Is now regarded with abhor- rence; il is jilBtly punished as murder; In former (lays It wna not even looked upon as n disgrace. Greece nnd Home were the most gifted and arentebt of an- cient empires. Tticir grandeur nnd ihu.r wisdom dUI not save Ilicm from cmmnit- lllg Hits ntroclly. Ill tin; law ili- reuted that wlien 11 clillil wns horn the father WHB lo curry it to nn npiiointed place to lie Inspected hy the elders of iheoominnnity. It'thcy perceived that limbs were straight und its appearaiue hciilllilnl they returned it to its parents to be reared otherwise It was thrown tnto a deep cavern ut the foot of the mountain In the other Gre- cian republics a similar disregard of In- fant life wns shown. If the infnnt wns sickly, it wns instantly killed; Ifnot, tiie fjitlier was only taken to see it on tho ninth day, nnd if, on seeing it, lioEtnoped down and took It into Ills nrms, it was brought up. Hut if he did not do this. the lit lie Greek child was exposed in the onennir upon some hillside mill Ilierc led to perish by stnrvnlion. unless some one Raved its life for tlic purpose of rcnr- ini; it for n career of slavery or in fumy. H was the aamc in Home, r-ucoiiiplcli1- had luxury oaten the milunil instincts in one class; so deep and de- grading was tho mieery in nnotlior, lhat parents continually ex pom d unit doncd Ihclr children. Nay, the noblest of censors and praft- guilty of this hideous crime. Von liavu oflen henrd the famous line past career, nnxloua as to what transgression coultl Imve uutnilud upon him heavuti'g writtU, liu Imiulri'S, "llavo 1 entvti a mursel by myself Mono, ami tho fatherless Imtli nut tnlen thereof? Tf hanl! tho fatherless when 1 saw my THEATRICAL JOTTINGS, help In the gate (frlenda and supporters who would uphold mo In tho court of i j These Injunctions and such examples ninde n deep impression on Judaism, so that loving regard for those who have loat tlielr natural proleclors has ever been a prominent trait In the Jewish I character.- 1 need not refer at length to n fact which well-known to thu most of von. For :il years has the Jew- ish" Willows' and Orphans' Horn? in Hie City of New Orleans, provided for iliose who in early youth havo been deprived of Ihoir natural protectors. At present Mij children aru housed, fed, clothed educated In tho Institution, nnd trained to earn hereafter their subsistence. This Institution has bill n few dnys ago held Us nnnlvcrsnry festival; the Uoard of Directors hnve Issued Iheir appeal and awnlt Us result with much anxiety. Although this orphan nsylnm Is nil- MiinlsliTtil with the greatest po'tible economy, nil the officers serving with- out compensation, vet Ihe expenditures lust year reached tlic Bum of and lor thu purpose of maintaining Hie institution an minimi nppenl Is made AIM! llio Isriiclllcs or New Orleans gun- crally contrlbule more than half lor the maintenance of the Institution. 1 tloubl not thnt Ihoso among us wlio have nlwaya oonlribulcd to ils main- tenance in former vears, and who have but lately liberally subscribed for the a new building (Die present building being entirely too small) will again do fit wlin nn unstinted hand. The amounts I ask for nre Biiinil nnd within the reach ol every one. When tlic blood In JLTUBII- leni.lhe cihoj-siiries werufienl on llu; lirst day of Aihir lo nil the towns Ii: Jllden, to remind rind to cxhorl every leriU'Uiu lo contribute hl3 half shekel to tho ser- vice of Hie Tumple. And from Ihe money thus rnieed the sacrifices were brought from the lirst of till) succeeding Nissan. Just 60 with thu Jewish Widows und Orphans Home In (he city of New Orleans. On IhoSttt day of January
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