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   Evening Light, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1883, San Antonio, Texas                             Light. Vol. 52. San Antonio, Texas, Wednesday, Jiarcli 21, 1883. Ten .Cents a Week. -AT- FALL AND WINTKU CLOTHING, In job lots, or Rt retail, (it extremely lo'w Iliriirca. 'AT AND Oost Fine assortment of CLOTHS nnd J BANS ftt lowest llBiires. Also a L lot of OKNIJINE French Silks, At nrleua thai will nstonlali the ladles. Brocaded Dross Goods, Cheaper than nnywliore. FKKSONAI.S. UOUIB Glonnoil In Hotel tjorrldom hud From Various Other Sourcest. Mr. J. A. Kcrr, of Cot'iilla, is at thu Vance hotel.- .Tndgo .1. il. Lyns.li, of Austin, is tliu Vance. Mr. II. C. Petty, Surveyor of Kinney county, is in tlio city. Dr. Ilerimin, of ModJtmris iiunrtcrcd at the Central hotel. Sir. 1'. N. Quonlin, a Milwaukee capitalist, is at tlie Maverick. Mr. and Mrs. -W. D. Driskill, of Rcgiiin, are at the Hotel Maverick.- Mr. T. F. I.awKon, of Galvcslon, is now a guest at tho Maverick.. Mr. S. V. Pfcnll'cr, of New llrannfels, is n the Hord. Professor H. Ulggs and Mr. D. ItlgKB, of isburg, are at the Central. Mr..l. II. Coltcit, n capitalist speculator Irom LhiglamJ, isnttlie Ynnco. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Cookc, of Snn Francisco, are at the Meager hotel.. Mr. M. V. lllackio, a-tourist from the foind nt Hrlii, is viBiting the elty- Miwsrs. T. Morel and II. C. Mush arrived 01 the Uiredu train this morning. Hon. Solon Stewart and Colonel H. C. Urine arrived from llraekett this morning. Major Hcauregnrd, Mr-Edward lliickley am .Mr. Dubbon have rol.nrncd from Laredo. Mr. llyron Van llaubnnd Mr. Leonard Hodge ol1 Ihe Don Carlos iiineh, are at the Ilord. Messrs. A. K. Noble mid .1. W. Noble, exten sive stockmen of Victoria, arc a I. Ilord. Mossi-s. II. Pope and George Pendexlci of Austin, arc registered lit the Monger hole Mr It Dietrich, of Ualvcsloii, whoso son rt cenfly (lied in Die city, is visiting Snu Antonii Jlr. U. II. Pad.hKik, cdilor of tlic Korl Wort Daily Is now n guest at tlio Hoti. Maverick. (J. It. Williamson, fl.T. McUi'hc-eiind O. Thomas, slock mon of Snn .Marcos, aront tliuCiMifml. YOU MAY BLT OS Hut. You Stake Your Money ou Any Oilier darning Ilevlco Now In Use. than with the In, tho discretion of the.court, of punishment for not more than CO days in tholelty Jail, on any person who shall exhibit uny giiuiitig do- vice. In the ordinance the strange fact is dis- closed that billiards mid pool may bo played tor money because- billiard and pool tables nre by Tho 10th imd lust section: in- dicates clearly giunlillnK and, An Ordinance 1'i'oimBoil -Vra- j H ol' lli'eOlty Woiincll Yostordny. Aldermen Schrciner, Niggll, Ulolitcr, Deirr- I'iiuly, Story, Lockwood, Arnnud, and hiyor French were present-when the roll was AT COST. uliudiittbo meeting of the City Council yes-1 whoso July It. IB to suppress i accordant" with a tinio dls- sots a premium on treason to associates by (minting Immunity from pros- ecution lo guilty persons'who turn informers. It rends us follows: "11 shall be llie duty or the Marshal, Assistant ...arslmlnnd police force of. the-city to strictly i enforce this ordinance and to ftrrest any and all iioraons offending iiunlnst tho same and to take them before the Uncorder for trial. 'Ihoy may, it necessary, forcibly enter any nnd nil or premises used or ruKortod to for and arrest anil take lieforc tho He- crday afternoon. Tho jKjtition of Mrs. .lulius I .'i i ,v v eiimoworcd lv ....v.. loyer, for infortuation us to ihe street line in I upon statement, being I of the Tremont opera house has secured more GOSSIP. jFIMm- Colored Theatrical City Special Correspondence of the Uvuiiing Mght. GALVKSTON, March changes in the cily government hnve been made quietly and a most harmonious feeling reigns. The new .Mayor has been installed and enters upon his duties in a way that gives gratifica- tion and pleasure to the people. In, his in- augural message his expression on llie vital subject is "The keystone of Galveslon's prosperity is deep water." As an item of interest lo the general public, it will be gratifying to know that the manager rout of her residence, was referred to the Cl. W. Tindall, .lohn Ailams, V. Raymond nnd S. Parks, for rei sons nnu witnesses compel! their to testify us of Hues for gambling, to the Police eommiUco Of uny of the provisions of this ordinance and, M City Attoniey; of oiti.ons r-u-two than the usual number of atlraclions for the attendance na I coming season of theatrical amusement, which to violationsp" b, i i 41 f i Will 1 llll lo IU1 i-iiv in i vnic vji uiiij- electric lights on Military plaai, .to the Com- the provisions hereof. Any por- nlllcc on Oris and Water; for the B0u so summoned nnd examined shall not bo San Pedro crook and nf ihe Commtlfee on Public Improvements. On recommendation oC. the Market Muster tlie market .dues of Michael Iteno were rc- Ed. Si lives Sons for permission lo construct n railroad switch en Alaniedn street, east of tho railroad, author- ial t km was given to net as In a similar case, where an agreement to the. Intercuts of Hie city was entered into. SuliBmiuciilly the petition tlic petition of residents on Olive street, lor a line on.that Hioronghliiro won taken up the following rc.solulions, Intro- duced by Alderman Dcgoncr nnd amended motion of Alderman I'nnly.wcre mlopted Cilv l-lnginner is hereby ordered lore-survey, Grocery Department Will ne kept up lo its FULL standard, with the Constantly ou Hand, Lot on Commerce street and house on Main plaza; also, .two residences for sale. Apply to JOSEPH E. DWYEll, .........Execute Mr. mul Mrs W. A. Coward, of IJvahle, are at l.lii- Vance. Jl ru. Coward is an invalid and is m Bfiirehol" lieallli. I'rolesnor .1. Miller, a t'ovorite pianist and tcacliei- nf vcieiil music, lias reliirnod to this oily HfU-rn year's nhsc'iiee, and will slay here Mr. .1. fj. .Iiinuary, of the llriu of .lanunrj' i MolVcll, nn'iiivaHil from St. l.ouis, acciiiiipi.i- nled by Mr. F. II. Hwinir, han arrived at iho llolcl Maverick. LIGHT HPAKKH. Messrs. Cohen Kimfiiirlieiiri niT addiiifs two laiffo Blmw wjiulowti to their.stoio. rccoplioii of the San Antonio club la to tako.plaeo on the intli-lnsl. are busy na oycnlm; up tlielr new gotMls just nrrlvjiiy: from Now-1 ork. tlrstspring clip ot wool was'received hure yestcrdny by Messrs. Oolhmit and Nash. -C H. Mueller baa put two beautiful show windows In his store in which lo display arlisla materials. the temporary closlnifol'the sahxms, the Vuuilovillc liaa been doiiijf a lanre without ill-lay, Unit part of the Third want .be- ing bounded south by Kasl. Coiinucree flrcnl, west by Ahmmnnd Madro dilehes, and north ftreel, and to submit (nUni City ............i Council" as soon us possible a correct (dot all original .and pivsent street lines liable to prosecution for violation articles about which he may lestiry and I'or 'any offense cnumui-.iled in .this chapter. A conviction may be hail upon the unsupported vidcni'O of an accomplice or participant.' A motion to refor.was lost, and theordinniice was put upon its second reading. A discussion ensued as to what-Is considered irnmblliig, nnd also on the advisability of pass- Ing the ordinance hurriciily, us desired by Alderman Ptiuly. The onliniince was then referred to the Cnin- iilltee on Petitions nnd Ordinances, in con- junction with tho City Attorney. NKWS OJ-1 THU WOULD. Uv.NKit.vrj pi reviewed Illinois Slain (luiirdsnt Chicago ycslcrdny. TIIIIKK men are held in Charleston lor refus- ng In allow lo vote. Tun Tennessee Legislature has enacted n law abolishing public i si louothui- with such recommendations u.5; llie Tlll. House bus [Hissed n HHUBO bill fr 11 to innko'; mid bo it CiTv Hiiu'iiicorBOCK I'lropur further resojved thai, the City HnKincer hoiirs'cnch day to sa'id work.until .thu res-lid work-is complct'-d lo fho.pnftstnolion Hie City Council.' Iteforo Ihu resolutions I'ulille Wetifhor. Six saloon mi'ii" wj'i'o Iliicil ai Kort fov.violaiiinf Ihe Sunday law. OffiUKHS pi IlioWalmsh railway ileny that were asked that they I ji. is to be oprrnted by the Iron Mountain. Itlidrnwn us the nnittor was "mnddlcd" iiinmburiiiir n political IISMIS- sulllciehtly, and declared that. Iho iiui-slion was not as to surveys but "whether or mil. pilvnln persons will be nlloweil to keep their houttoson nitillc alreels by direction ol I'ormoi- Biirvny- Lin; dcehinilion with the suuircsllun way out of It" Wiin by conipromise and purchase; whereupon Alder- man Uickwood nsscrled oniphiitlcally, "Wiicii yoii do that 1 tell yon that yon will bankrupt _r, rfll.rlil] TURNER OPERA HALL T. W. Howard, lessee and Manager. BLIHD'.TDM' The MiiBlcal Vhcnonienon, will ulve I'OUH OllANll ClIXOEUTS, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, ;M. Matinee Saturday, 2 P. M. Admission mid emits, (ihihlron under lleservcd scuts now on sale at Illsehe's, wilhont extra __ __ were only seven cases lie rove the .Icwirdor this morning, and fines aiinmiiting to wero iniposeiK Hiurhos hnshccn nttaclied as a wilness in the Hovd r-nille, stalling ease, mid leaves for JlraPkcU to-night. '--This beautiful weather has given tho Indies nn ojiijortunity to get out uud lake advantage of. I lie bargains otfcred nt Wolfon's. Express' dramatic critic was evidently reeling nifflit. as SloAiiloy, in tlie .ler scyninn, inndemost ovcryono Inngli hut him. -'-If isslntodlh-.il W.. f .'McDonald, who was sonpht for in this city by Dr. McDonald, ol l.uku (Jeiu'VA, died some time ngonl. 1'i-rl Davis Texna. .Tunn HnmosIliftBii licunfc to ninrry Sfiiom Miiuncln and Mr. John 1'urrcv lias a simihirdocument for lilsuiiion witliMiKS Anna Uner. Uiiitcd Slates lor shooting Herman Clemens at. l-Mglo I'uss tivo urs ago, has just been dismissed. Jorsiiyiiiaii wns pcrroriuccl to n large nlicncc ntTnrnor hall lust evening1 nnd Mr. cAuley sustained tlio reputation- established e by his Hie night Soto was arreslcd last evening orsleuliuglirldlcsnml otlier property vtilned SII from tho store of Campbell Son's. He Mayor tonpiioinl n Pliysiiiinn to serve till the now Aldermen tiilco their seats, wlii-n tlio vacancy Is to be lillwl by vote of the Council. After sonic business Mayor liYencli nnnonjiccil stundiiig for 18S1 as i i Alderman Dwyor; Deg- cni-r, Ariinud, liollon, vacancy. Public Aldermiiii Story; Hchreiner, Ciiilliighm-, Lockwood ami 1'clliionsnnd Alder- man Dwyor; Di'gcncr, Nigglij liollon and UridgitS and I'nlilio man, Alderman Loekwond; Niggtl, Dugmicr, Aruaud, vni-aney. l-'ircand Viro Liuiita-Chairman, Alduriiiiin Schrciner; Uulln'ghc-r, Niggli. Markets-Clinirinan, Aldeniinn Piuily; naud, Story. following committees, comjiosed of ono. Aldermnn from each ward. Ditches and Irrigation-Chairman, Aider......i Bchrciucr; Hichtcr, liolton and fiullnghor. Aldcrrnuh Arnnud: yiiialioii party liavu lu-un Indlrli'd in Jroland. WlAI.IAM 13 tllO Democratic nominee fur Ciovornor of Noiv York. TJIRsalary of Judges of the Supremoooun bus liep.n lixed, tenipomrlly, liy tho at A -MAN' named Smith wns mnrdored for his money, near Salinas, Mexico, yesterday. The iiiurilercr.HCficaiH'd. Anonr uhnnged hands In Kort Worth yeslei'dnv wlientln; mnru Jennie Oliver In ihe race with Sorrel Hob..-. Tin-: Senate proposes that tliB Court of Ap- imils shall have Jurisdlot Inn ill Ciisos decided by criminal District com Is'.......'. TUB Senate ou' fav'onii'dy roporlcd Hie liill-llxing opens about the middle oi September next. Tlie building is to he stuccoed without and thoroughly renovated and beautified within, and last but not least, steam heating agencies are to he used. A self-evident sign ol prosperity in the Island City is the fact that A bank is to be opened to the public about ihe 1st of May. The syndicate conlrolling it is com-, posed of wealthy Texaiis, and will start .with a paid up capital of and thus be in 3. condition to transact without lei or hindrance all business given it. Among the innovations of the'times looms up a society of colored screwnien, ami in be- half of his colored brethren, N. W. Cuney 1ms put before the President of the CottonExchange a communication wherein he shows thai the new organization of colored laborers are amply provided wilh all the proper appurten- and will force requisite Jo entitle them to a share of the profits of loailing ves- sels from this harhor. Heretofore a monopoly has been masler of this plethoric institution, and fair minded people who admire justice will be glad to welcome honest men into Ihe field of labor, regardless of caste. So Ihe song of the sea nymph will nn longer be: Hut the ship's obllge'd lo wiilt outside, lind to trust to luck Iho waves to ride, And to trust to lighten) to help It. loud, And trust lo Rweuncy'a Ecrewman's code A limit -Nl cents per hundred 1 GKRANIUM, yes- Hast iiini ---Tliooli'.irse nifiliust Deputy Uiiitcd i Marshal Ntgffli and Mr. Charles Frcssniai shooting Herman Clemens lit Kftgle 1'ns: Undertakers ALAMO i Pin-nltiliRil Wltli Kvery JlequliiKo attention given to uodic i- j. I, 1 VII iifi.a 'l 111 fill to nil 1 rta of the United Suites. connceUon. Calls attnnded day and niglit._ Boots and Shoes   Slate 'I'reasurer nt Uv v voTKol 7H to one thu 'i'oxns House 1erday passed'tho Senate bill including Dallas within the limits of Dnlhis. PARNKMJ has Ijeeii infot-inmi thai Ida m-esonce nt. the Vliilndelpliia Land Loiignccimvonlioii in March IB iuiperativoly demanded. Wiiauiii II: HAVKHSTIOK was .shot nnd killed liy Uuorgit W- ConUlinjf lii New York night before last Tor insulting Ctiiikling'fi sister. struggles or the Nntion i'orlnde- peiidnneo have resulled in a reign of terror Over n portion of the Ci-oek reservation. .TiriHiK HVBIITON .l.C'oxiiKii, nssociiiitc justice of tho-Tc-n-iliirv of Montana, hns been sus- pended o'n 'charges of drunkenness nnd gam-: filing. AKTRii.Mnrch.1, all telegrnph and lele- phonii wires iti.New York stale must be laid underground. The Now York Legislatureliath said it...-..-. Tin: London Standard states that iiicmbersol, the Hritish Cabinet, are divided on tho oi the construction .of n tunnel the 'English channel. Sr.unifl'Aiiv l''or.iiKn has gone to Portress, Monroe for recuiieraiion. He will joined by the President next week and tlie two will then It. Co., L.OVynski, S. Onus, Ucrgslrom. Avltobina M. I'-rledmau, Petii pajn UcorKc White, .1. E. Mni'Kgo i- Co., A. Rrnnl, I. Kf ron Co.; H.Karhcr, S Vest 'it is Ihonght that the. pctilion will rcr-eivo t'avoi-ablc coiiBidbi-ntion. TSntfaiiio'H Clmou" of Name, Ex-Marshal name is once more in the mouths of the French 'people. Mile. be granted. So ordered. Water lisls were approved as rates for the year (ind turned over to Hie Collector for col- Alderman Dwyer recommended that Sir. Darmgh's assessment lie reduced from to So ordered by ri vote of 7 to S. Tlic petition of Mr. T.ohrbcrg, for remission of (axes, wns not granted. Alderman Story, for tho Market committee, recommended that the petition of Mr..L. Lange be not, granted. So ordered." Alderman Schreiner recommended Hint tho petition of cltl-cciiB for the removal ofcoul oil from the Sunset depot not granted. The peiilion of Joseph for permission to erect iron-clad liniilHir buildings, wns urimled: ns wns also 15 other petitions of liki> L Aldorinnn V.ockwood submitted the draft.of an ordinniice 'Ditcli Conniiissioiiers to roport to tile Council. Adopl'fid. Alsothatthc name of Sunset alley he changed lo Depot street. Referred.1 Also that parlies on Avenue U be required to construct sidewalks in accordance with former instructions. Also, that tlio to pur- eliasen mieroscopfl'for lesting the purity of water. Heferrud. Also, ttiatthe Mayor be authorized to have a ditch (lug east or the Abut bridge. Referred. Alderman Gallagher offered a resolution to appropriate to inipiovo Medina street. to the I'liblie Improvement com- mittee In conjunction with tho City tOngincor. Alderman Niugli submitted a resolution Unit. proceed to Florida. OWING to the iiuidcriimcy of appropriations I'or the or.Ihu signni.service, the chief' signal ollicer will be iinnldo lo'distribute1 weather bullelius as generally us lierctoforc. THE case of Hie Chinese brothonj di-ivati out 'of by n mob is to bo investigated. The Uovornor or Georgia says, "The atithori ties and good people of Georgia snnclion no kind lawlessness. AN ENiir-isii cmplojer of a large body of workmen, at liirkcnhcad, discharged all the Irish workmen under him; declaring he would not disgrace himself by connection with a people who foster assassins. VIIOH November 1 to Mnrch 1 hogs were in Cinciiinfitii an inciensc iVSl over' Hits previous year. The ng.gregntf- PARHNTAI'j Over in caring for wards may, under some become dangerous to Ihe welfare of the very persons whose in- tercuts are sought to be protected. Many a man has blasted he "deartyToved'by speaking of fiults.his jealous eye had discerned in 'the image his alTeclion- warpcd mind had conjured lo replace the reality in the vision of persons less careful, pcrhapsjccrlainly less hypercritical, An illus- tration of these truisms is the case .of Lena Webster, a young girl who, newspapers-re- port, was the possessor of remarkable beauty and intelligence, the ailmiralion of air the men of her set and the envy of all.lhc.women. Among the many'suitors for her a young lawyer, who had won honors in his profession and was reputed in Ihe town in which they bolli .be.pos- sessed of considerable means. His suit was looked on with .favor and finally they engaged to be married. Bui for some reason; which has not transpired.no date for the wedding was ever set, and as time wore on Miss Webster's father gradually convinced himself by the force of groundless fears for the safely of his child, prompted, no douht, in.a large degree by the love he bore for her, that Ihe intentions of her affianced were dishonorable. as he had thought. Theyaung man defended, himself and his sweetheart, but. without suc- cess. The father demanded, an immediate marriage, and to this neither the lover nor the daughter would consent. v Kve'ntually they were driven-, from the home. The result might have been satisfactory but for an acci- dent.. The two, now compelled to act hastily, >OA over Hit: previous year. '.I lie nggregntf- jlori., miles yield oT lard wns Ifi.vrO.aOG pounds, nn increase took a tram Ior me "ome> a lcw mites or over the.pi'evions year. O'DOSNSt.i., member or Pnrliament for Dun-1 graven, repudiates tlic charges against. Parncll nnd the Land League nnd ndvnnttcs organ- rmtion of the Irish in Kmriand nnd America for tho attainment of Irish -demands.. through ono of its consuls, lias :1 n protest against the action of the of an aunt of the young lady, where they in- tended to do that the refusal to do which-, had angered the voung lady's father. But on tlie way the train was derailed and Ihe man was killed. Sorrowirig, Miss n i-in. I-. llritish Minister at in allowing Amiel, I Webster returned to the house of her father, n Ilritlsh consular intcrpreler who caused the wis rpidilv noting to quit the cuum.ry with- to wnicii namutance was readily out "trim. -I Her father endeavored in every way to atone TUK auapcnsioii of the largo hardware i.r hp h'tid rionp but" it of Martin Mr-vion me wrong ne nan none, mil it was ure- of (loveriimont clorhs as nsiinlTpar.ihle. The circumstance of his daughter's iat Saturday, oncnsioncd n run on the mgh[ known nm; lhe shadow of sus- biit.siilisequcnily thoclerkswere paid and xipon.'lier. This the as the leading Uouae, .exclusively. Dovottil to this Regnier, who was supposed to he his sisler, died recently, leaving some records to show that liaziinewas the son of a Custom House officer by the name of Regnier. lie was horn iii: in iStS ran off with a detach- ment of Russian-soldiers and remained in Russia until he was' during.which lime lie had been carefully trained for tlie priesthood.: On his return to Alsace his father wanted him to join the army.'hut he ran' off and travelled with a (Jerman circus for several years. lie next went to Africa and enlisted in Ihe forr-.ijjn legion. After Uiat his fortune was quickly nvule. Il was at Ihe time of his enlistment that ho changed his name from Regnier to Bazaine, Ihe Street Commissioner IK! required to make improvements on Garden and Villila streoU', lUTeri-cd to CominilKii! on Streets mid m-inges. Alderman Sohrcinci Introduced a nuncn prohihitiiig erection of ccrliiln streets witliin Ihnfii-st lire wore suspended rind' the ordinance and llien reforred (o to'w Ptio" of knowledge .o The Ciovcnior of Moscow hns n-- thorns in her path showed too-plainly lo her guilt, and the expelled. The Governor of Moscow hns n-- I the odor of .ihe the ceremony ir I lie refuses to gr constltntion. the draft "f tin ordinance remirdfntfsmiililiim, supposed lo 1'C in contonnily witli Stale laws on tho subject. Il provides l.iiiitn line of not li-.ss (liaii nor m'lirn tlmil S'WI may ho imposed on any person niKi1 iimlnr :A mad-house fetller "'orallhat .Heeds not to -now her asylum 'her Th story Wars giuuliling 1 irol in- rent any any l A Cattan Case. Tho Vedoral i-oiirt isengnged in trying thel lirst suil.over instituted in this district for the'. A Eenlleman who once met recovery of moneys alleged to b.i-.lno -because a performance of or n ilcbtcjinlraeti-d by gambling 111 rutnroa. I .ji ,.p A Tho stylo of the suit is Hermann liros. C.i. lo nkmg versus .Inmes Co. .Tin; plaintilfs are "Please tell me how you learn to make love ciig.igcd In IniKinii-ss in GalVcsloii nnd (be do- so naturally." Her reply was, "I keep a titlte u-nuiiiils luc mitieliiiiils he I al home, lo practice on, so you see I -ugo, I II'M com I 111 111 I Kill- niMim' n't I..... pofiert, and a lino of not IOHS than nor morn titrfliind ncvcrilein felt a but young   

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