San Antonio Daily Light Newspaper Archives Jun 6 1891, Page 15

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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - June 6, 1891, San Antonio, Texas Mem a ass fire gaily Gicht saturday june 6, 1891. Professional cards physicians. Fisher or. C. E., Homeopath is and surgeon no. 915 St. M Aryl Quot Street hours 8 to 9 a. M and 2 to 5 p. In. Tel. 428. Larsen t. J., physician and surgeon office Soledad a Block Corner Houston streets. Braden or. C. Of a a specialist Eye ear nose and Throat. Office 18 Pecan Street Telephone sus hours to to 12 a. In. And 8 to 5p. In Conner or. L. A., specialist Eye eau nose and Throat no la w. Commerce St. Hours 9 toll a 8 to 5 p. In. Johnson g w specialist Eye ear nose Throat. Soledad blk. Or. Wilke treats private chronic and woman a diseases. Office. 228 Dolorosa St. Bet. Military amp main plazas dentists. Drs Johnston amp Caroli dentist. 275 Commerce St. Residence 202 Avenue a Telephone 526. 624 Tinkham or. C. E., dentist Stum Berg blk., Cor. Houston and Navarro vegetable Gas Given for painless extraction. Blondin a. H. Dentist no 2 East Commerce Street next to Bridge nitrous oxide Gas Given for the painless extraction of Teeth. Breeding amp son or. J e dentists 231 East Houston Street expert Crown and Bridge work. Short stops. Every year. What the people Are saying. Any citizen who chances to pass the Corner of Soledad and Houston Street where the Street railway is putting in its switches turnouts Etc. Will appreciate How completely this monopoly has the town collared. A # this display of Railroad Iron is frightful it looke like the loss of a Street to the Public As if the town was having heavy Handcuffs put on its travel and its commercial Liberty. A a a then read the petition of the conductors and employees of this corporation that rides so Imperi ally Over the people. Was there Ever such a tyranny exercised Over a lot of working men men being worked from 18 to 20 hours out of 24, at the pitiful sum of $1.50 and $1.66 per Day. It 16 plead that this same policy has been in Force for years. That is True but it used up All the floating hard up tramps and strangers who flocked to the town. After Pike the Spring has less of gladness every year the rent a higher mad need every year nor d j water rates Lessen nor summer bring a Blessing As they Are wont for we sicken every year. It is growing Stormy colder every year there a less fuel in our Holder every year i care not now for oysters nor Eye with passion glancing English stews once so entrancing every year. Of the loaves and fishes blended every year of the ties which they cemented every year these the ties that still remind me of the debts left behind me drawing interest every year. Of How hard to look before me every year while tailor Bills hang darkly Over me be then they had a Chance to steal and As Boot As they raised a few dollars they jumped their jobs. If the Street car companies have any regard for the Public to say nothing about Justice towards their employees they should not demand More than a fair Days work for a fair Days pay and secure reliable men to do their work. The people be it understood stand to a Man with the men Only demand human treatment. Will who it had better not come to be a matter of Public indignation tor such wrongs As set Forth by the men employed Breed trouble beyond police Protection. # # # lawyers. Mcginnis amp Davis attorneys at Law. German Aud Spanish spoken. 216 main Plaza tel. 224. Vernor Henry e., lawyer Wagner building. Corner Soledad and Houston streets Telephone no. 408. Crenshaw j. Lawyer room no. 7 Soledad Block. Architects. Murphy j As. Architect no 410 East Houston Street. Albert Beckman architect 105 Navarro Street. Reynolds company architects rooms 2and 3 Soledad Block Corner Houston and sob dad Street. Land agents. Hambleton j no. T., no. 4 East Commerce Street. Buy and sell on commission. Catholic books musical instruments and office of St. Marysz review 311 East Houston Street Charles Boyle manager. 621m miscellaneous notices. Fine piece of property on Presa Street car line will pay to per cent of investment. John t. Hambleton amp co. A correspondent of the Light claiming to be of the Hay seed persuasion writes a communication signed a Mesquite a in which several pertinent inquiries Are made about county affairs. If there Are any grounds for these inquiries the writer should put them before the grand jury. Every year when we see the garments faded which to Bloom they aided and padded garlanded braided every year. To the past go More dear eagles every year come no new ones in their places every year you can make no old collection you have Only dim recollection list Ning to some suggestion every year. Thank god j no debt Are Drifting every year a Over the land to which we Are Drifting every year no House rent there will Grieve us All creditors there will leave us no false friends there deceive us every year. Freeman Huff. San Antonio May 18th, 1891. Sherif Mccall has called the attention of a reporter to the fact that there Are two courts instead of one in Bexar county thus entailing a double share of work on the Sherif. Nice seven room House with two galleries Carriage House stable Etc., on Elmira Street for $3,500, one half Cash. Balance on two years John t. Hambleton amp co. The Law should be More strict. Editor Light the recent unfortunate homicide in the train is not at All calculated to impress possible immigrants with a High opinion of our attachment to Law and order Here in Texas. A pitched Battle fought out with pistols in a coach on a Railroad train certainly renders travelling on railways hazardous As no one can foresee when a railway coach will be converted into the theatre for a pitched Battle. The Law should make it a Penitentiary offence to discharge pts Tole in a Public Hall theatre court House Street car railway coach and Public Street and make this shooting in a Public place a distinct offence punishable because it Indi Cates the most reckless disregard of human life that can be displayed. The old plan of fighting duels was preferable to this endangerment of the lives of men women and child Ren in Public places by a combat with pistols. That legislation of some sort is required to protect the lives of citizens in Public places from the reckless shooting of desperadoes is too Clear for dispute and the sooner such legislation becomes operative the better will it be for the future of both of Texas. The pistol is still the fashion. X. M. C. Successful bidders. The following Are the successful bidders and their figures for government supplies of fort Ham Houston san Antonio Texas covering the Post and the depot Cecil Robinson 2,000 cords Prat Oak Wood at $4.35. Hickman and Darlington 600 cords Mesquite Wood at $4 35. Jas. 8. Carr 1,000,000, la Mcallister i. Coal at 33 i 4o per too la. Julius Muegge 840,000 la Oats at $2 05 per too la. Julius Muegge 170,000 la bran at $1.42 per too la. John a. Bitter 2,000,000 la Loose Prairie Hay at 54 3-4c per too la and 860,000 la baled Hay at 69 3 4 cents per too la. Two inquests. Justice Herron held a inquest yesterday on the remains of anus into Torres the one month old child of Domingo Torres which died West of the Aleman of i Anition. This morning he held an inquest on the death of the eight months old son of w. P. Smith of Sanderson. The child was being brought from Sanderson to san Antonio for medical treatment suffering from teething but died on the Southern Pacific train in Val verde county about 11 40 of clock last night. To fill the Gap. The Farmers loan amp Trust com Pany of new York have filed objections before judge Kings court a Pony Cylinder press size of bed 19 x 22. Speed 2500 per hour. Bran new most $950. Will be sold at a Liberal discount. Terms easy. Address t. B. Johnson. A notice of removal mrs. A. Peebles has removed her millinery store to 33 1-2 Alamo Plaza where she would be pleased to see Ber friends Aud customers. 5-14 in a a. Lorra the tailor takes pleasure in announcing the arrival of a Complete Stock of Spring and summer Roods and asks his customers and friends to Call and examine same before purchasing elsewhere. A tit Aud satisfaction guaranteed. 3-16-tf a Flowers of All kinds and novel ties in hats also shirred hats and babies Fine Caps at Bottom prices at misses Kirchner a a 235 West Commerce Street. 5-11 of rough on Toothache Relief 15c. Rough on corns. 15c. Salve 10c. Instant liquid or. L. V. Weathers makes a specially in the treatment of a eneral diseases bedside and chronic Ami diseases of children. Is a Jefferson phone 118. Phila College graduate of 1806. Telesis in to printers and publishers. You Cape buy a bargain in a press or an engine by addressing t. B. Johnson Light office. 5-o-tf. For Hale Fine piece of property on Presa Street car lne will pay to per cent of investment. John t. Hambleton a co. A Cor line Gold fillings and Best set of Teeth see or. Ward dentist 254 Commerce. He will please you. 5-14 in. A different version. Or. Lester called at the Light of flee yesterday afternoon and stated that the item concerning the illness of his daughter last wednesday night was entirely false and re Quested that the Story be corrected. From or. Caffry it was Learned this morning that instead of a fit As yesterday mentioned it was merely a a form of instead of the scene of the affair being at the round House of the Sunset it was at the Sunset Hose company office. The facts of the Case by told the Light reporter last night by an Eye witness Are these. Miss Lester Aud her Mother and sister were at the Hose House next door to them looking at the Hose cart. One of the men struck the Gong. The horse came out to the cart the men Slid Down this pole into the Hose House. The horse being unused to seeing the men slide Down this pole became slightly frightened Aud stepped Back miss Lester not noticing the horse until it had stepped up almost against her. This sudden appearance at such close proximity of the horse frightened her into a a form of or. Caffry who was summoned states that the lady at no time was uncool scions nor did she have convulsions. Against authorizing the receivers of the Arkansas pass railway building the Waco Branch of the Road. This morning the Case came up before judge King for argument. Toward noon the attorney for the Trust companies withdrew the objections and judge King authorized the receivers to Issue $350,000 of receivers certificates and to advertise for bids to he received in to Days for the building of the Road a distance of 35 Miles which will fill up the Gap on the Waco Extension Between Lexington and Lott. The work must be completed in time to haul out the Cotton crop and will be paid for in receivers certificates. Forced to marry. Sex policeman Ziegler brother in Law of mayor pro tem Schreiner created a sensation this morning by arming him self with a marriage License and capturing Henry Geisler and judge Adam drove to Geislers place on Frio Street and the Justice soon married Geisler to miss pm Hie Ziegler the irate fathers daughter. No cards. All hats a will be to free of charge a this week at 573 actual count Choice dimmed hats and bonnets 1098 actual count latest shapes in neapolitan Milan and lace straws All the very choicest models in All the newest and fashionable colors and i 268 actual count elegant wreaths garlands Bunches and single Flowers at in 5<�?Tc 379 Choice untrimmed shapes Cream Tan and Black were 45c, and 65o on special counters this week your Choice for 27c. F a three Hundred Black lace Straw and Union Millan Flats handsomely trimmed at $1 each commencing monday. Mokes millinery parlor. A ladies come for them Quick 300 Fine trimmed fits Black lace Straw or Union Millan $1.00 each. Mokes millinery parlor. 6 6 tit a an Effort is being made among the government employees to raise a sufficient amount of Money to do Justice to the coming fourth of july. High school commencement. The following is the official program of the commencement exercises of the Public High school june 12th, which will be very interesting Moon am me. Chorus a the skies resound a Beethoven. Plano Solo,.miss Julia Heusinger. Salut Atory and essay a the practical value of mathematics a miss Hulda Varga. Essay a Tresena list Oriya do la Lengua Castellana, p. Schoch. Chorus a ooh gladly now we Hail thee a Bellini essay a some simple experiments in combustion, Effie Lewis prize essay a educational advantages of southwestern Texas.�?�. Violin Solo a scene de Ballet a de Beriot Eugene p. Schoch. Essay a the modern woman and the High school,.miss vivid May Ripley chorus a to thou my Hope my Jeu atry a. Franz Abt essay a life in the Spanish missions a miss Mattie h. Dougherty p. Schoch i Iano Solo a Fantai Slesur Lucia do Lam Mer Moor,. Rosellen presentation of diplomas by mayor Callaghan. . Oscar Bergstrom. Chorus a March from Lohe Ngalu a . Greatest Sale of millinery Ever before inaugurated it this City. Sweeping plug tons t All hats trimmed free of charge this week is hats hats All hats trimmed free this week 246 very handsome untrimmed straws in All the choicest braids including Milan formerly sold by us for 75c, 90c and $1.00, will be placed on special counters and marked to close at 49c each. All hats trimmed fre this week 21 3 the remainder of our $1, $1.2� and $1.60 imported plaits braids and lace Straw shapes the Nob Biest and newest styles of the season All diced to re 73c each. Flowers lot no. 12 cents lot no. 2.at 23 cents lot no. 3.at 41 cents All on special counters. Means a saving of 50 per to customers. Cent special Sale of linens White goods laces and embroideries week at a saving of ten to fifteen per cent less than prices quoted by competitive houses. This i. Volfson. Main Plaza san Antonio Texas. $2,95 in 0 $2.95 a at Wolff amp Marx commencing to Day. The shoes recently advertised $2.95. At $4.00 will be sold at $2.95. Luck Isnit the Parent of Fine shoes it takes skill to Mould Good leather properly. Fashionably and skill is the child of persistency. It is known How Many years we have been Selling shoes and have downed All obstacles. We Are now Selling the Best shoes Money can buy or skill eau produce we Are sole agents for Blacker Gers Les amp cons celebrated Cincinnati shoes conceded by patrons in general to be one of the Best fitting and Best wearing line of ladies shoes. To introduce same Weill sell their $4.00 shoe new and effective designs stylish Dressy unique and durable All sizes Aud lasts at $2-95. Try this line and you will buy no other. T special Sale also look pair menus ladies misses and children a shoes Odds and ends to be sold regardless of Cost. Stour $4.00 shoes Only $2.95. I

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