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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - March 10, 1891, San Antonio, TexasTuesday March personal u. T. Kobi Sou of Dallas is Al Tho Monger. La. J. Peter and Wilfo of now York Ore at Thome Piror. Hon. W. A. Villia Tisou of Junction City is at the Mahncke. John Moore mrs. Jessie leg Otto mrs. Nettie and miss Mary Lewis and w. M. I lows of sequin Are at Tho Mahncke. Mrs. Peter Jonas jr., and child leave this a Voung for Cairo ills., on a visit u her father. G. T. Porter and wife and mrs. It. Of. Stewart Are at the Monger from fort Worth. Mrs. Ii. C. Schumacher leaves this afternoon with mrs. Jonas for Mound City ills. Rev. Hugo Kessler o. S. I1 a Francis can Friar from St. Louis is at present saving a Retreat to Tho sister at Santa Rosa Hospital. It will to remembered was franciscan hands that built be missions in ruins about us. Ingham Titok out of Schmidt who lives in in Alley tear Smith Street and Avenue a Day made a charge against Prince War Ner a Safe expert of assault with in tent to rape Laura Schmidt his 11-year old daughter. Warmer has not yet been arrested. The winners. At the Field trial yesterday on Trovi no s ranch held by the Bexar Field trial club the Ederhy won by or. Rounds and the All Ages class by Jess Bell s first. Hounds second Volt third. From the on last wednesday evening Tho Sunset Volu Notar Hoso company attempted to hold a mooting at their Hall to determine what should to Doug with Tho property and Nidoy of their company solved by order of our focal King they worn not a Little astonished upon at their Hall to to Curtly in formed by a City employed that Thoy had no further business in said Hall. In Short for them to Vamose. The impudent shameless Ness of this treatment on the part of Tho now lire Clilon Schuh almost beyond belief. It is Onoue to Mako every decent citizen s blood boil to hear of such impudence. A Volunteer Ore company which for years has served the fully at the imminent risk of Ulfo and limb without pay or Hopa of those Brave men who Elmo after Jivaro risked Thor lives Grill los y for Tho Sake their fellow citizens to be thus Durivou in such a shameful manner from their old Hall when they Only intended to hold a peaceful meeting for the Benefit of themselves and the City and to Mako some arrangements for disposal of their personal property is Dis Graceful. Many people still remember How some ave months ago several members of this very company in the performance of their duly were seriously injured and this rough treatment thus with double Force Lipon them. Shame on tin mean and ungrateful City administration which attempts to outrage the citizens in Gas men. Of Light Lioy moot this morning in the Monger hotel and a Good Deal of this Way shame on the. Public press which either culls such miserable actions Good or else keeps silent there is probably tie anniversary the ladies auxiliary of the Young men s Christian association elected Tho following officers last night mrs. G. Davis president mrs. Sue Walsh first mrs. Ii. F. Thompson second Vico pros Dent mrs. J w. Noil third vice president mrs. C. E. Hiddinga general Secretary mrs. E. Norton treasurer miss Virginia Newton correspond ing Secretary. A new president. A meeting of the directors of Tho fair association was held yesterday afternoon and after the resignation of president Sam Maverick was accepted col. W. H. Wrighi was unanimously elected presi Dent. A meeting of the stockholders will be held next monday afternoon for election directors and other business. Col. Wright As president moans Suc Cess for our licit fair and thearty co operation of our merchants and other citizens. To is progressive enter prising capable and trustworthy and no better selection could have been made.1 he is the i Fth Man. Bat Cave not another land in Tho world where a City government would so trample its Good citizens in Tho dust As has been done Here in this free note by the translator Tho writer of Tho above article has evidently made a mistake in it Asho refers to this City As being in a free lie has forgotten that for six years past it has been annexed to Mexico Aid besides for All to know the above unfortunate Hoso company May have without thinking of the con sequences spoken a few words of German. Had they accosted the King s serf thus honorable Senor Vosotros que Rousias Onira Para Toner Ana session ten to one that no objection would have been made to their opt Erinc. Is the Spanish Lan Guage a necessity Here Well. Should smile. Spirited teams. A double team attached to a delivery Wagon loaded Ettli furniture at the Sun set frn Laht office last afternoon took fright at a moving train started in a Bee Lino for Austin Street cutting across Tho Railroad tracks at n right Angle capsizing the Wagon and spilling the contents. Later in tins afternoon an empty delivery Wagon belonging to Jacob Dullnig which had driven i to the same depot to loud freight was loft untied. Tho took fright at a. Locomotive and dashed blown Austin rim and Nacogdoches it roots being finally stopped near the Altunio Plaza. The Wagon was pretty badly used up. Tho fourth meeting of tho1 southwestern Gas association began its session at o clock this morning at the Monger hotel with a Largo attendance of delegates who began to arrive yesterday. Yesterday afternoon they visited West end and at Tho mooting this morning after Roll Call Tho minutes of Tho last meeting wore Road. Letters of a Corot from absentees were then read. Nino applications for membership Woro read and were elected. Those present wore As follows p. G. Van Wio Robt. Varnoy to. J. Williams John Dell g. G. Giesecke , Leonard Gill a. J. Hill. The president a. E. Judge then delivered his annual address. Report of Secretary and treasurer was then read. Reports of committees committee on president s address adopted. On programme adopted. On auditing adopted. Now committees Woro appointed on obituary. On nomination of officers. On place of next meeting. This committee reported on Galveston As the next place of meeting. Cities represented at this Are Delson fort Worth Waco Dallas Paris Corsicana Baltimore Galveston Austin san Antonio Rockford ills., St. Louis. Those present Are messes. A. A. Judge president e. A. West Vico pres ident w. M. Enfield Secretary and treasurer c. P. Russell j. R. Cull Nano t. D. Miller j. B. Smallwood j. 11. Maxon j. H. Bracke Borough c. L. Doaley p. G. Inn Wie Robt. Darney w. J. Williams John doll e. F. Hoppe Leonard Gill. U. Gieseke a. J. Hill. There will to no banquet but Tho delegates will drive out this afternoon to sea Tho missions and government army head quarters. They will be in session two Daya. The Hoefling Lionel Huwe election contest did not Tako place this morning Bosforo judge Noonan or. Vornor counsel for Tho plaintiff Iii us called to Austin on business. The Case was rest for Cit Friday inborn ing. Joske Brothers such a crop of full grown inducements harvested for your special. Benefit this week it s impossible to bundle them up and allude to them except in a general Way you l make one deals in buying Muslin underwear. From us this week. Special shoe Sale continues this week with unabated vigor Joske s fair rate Hen s shoes Estylee Nuon and Law. School shoes a state. Official first Glass dressmaking mrs. C. Kate the Well known Modiste formerly with. Banger broa., of Dallas will open March 10, our newly created dressmaking department her ability 1o give full satisfaction coupled with out Low Price Stan Dard la our bid for you to give us a trial. Pine opportunities coloured Silks. When they re gone attire will not let us repeat the a bib. A special reduction of to per cent to Straw matting customers. Charge for sew ing a Joske s new millinery a most varied attractive and captivating Hue of millinery Tad Straw goods. Hard times has actuated us to put Roeb Down to a Izower level relying upon a greatly increased demand to offset loss of profit sustained. Formal opening i6th Jim Crow a coloured Driver for Cut. Story was arrested by officer Spring per Las Iii it for crossing a funeral procession in Tho afternoon. Some sneak thief entered one of Tho open store rooms of the Kam maim building Friday night and attempted to carry Oft troll of cheese which had been stored there. A pal of his had in this mean while Kone. With a growler to Tho elite Saloon to Rush the growler. Their planned picnic however was rudely broken up by one of the parties having an officer of the cast Side of the room who entered the building and out tic invaders to flight. A team came running across military Plaza last night and was picked up by officer Schumacher. Directly Ihn owner named John Plant came in search of inn team hut Theo Licor Laid his hands on the Plant and planted it inside Tho Bat Cave where it will be Given an Opportunity to Blossom info a five Dollar Lino or show that it had not left its team untied. Fifteen cases and howl in lines was Tho a Rand of the. Bat Cave Mill this morning. K. Wantzloeben was assessed five Dol Lars for reckless driving. Sam Price Apon being locked up for being drunk and disorderly last night was found to have a pistol on his person and the recorder fined him Oft dollars and 35 Days. Tip Morrison a coloured Man left his team alone on Soledad Street this morn ing and it hatred ofl1 on a runaway trip. Officer Heitgen came near being smashed up Between it and a the Alphono Post while stopping the team. Morrison was arrested for leaving Tho outfit untied and unattended. The police Are still on the still Hunt for Prince Warner. A message came to the station for a mounted Man this morning at the Corner of Avenue i and seventh Street. When officer Schumacher arrived there to found a coloured Man waiting for told him that a Man who called to see his half sister but who fell into her Disfavour had struck her in the face. Tho woman a few Days later suddenly died and to wanted the to arrest the Man. Tho. Mounted Man returned to the station and reported that there was . The Man who summoned the officer works at the old Kampmann factory and his half sister at n family named John son near the Worun of Austin and Carson streets. One of the. Most exciting and Long stretching runaways Trtat scare 1 up this town in a Long time was caused by Tho Black team attached to vocal s Hack no and driven by John Satta h10 la Law a Load for the i. A g. Is. Depot about o clock this morning. He tied the horses but Thoy broke the hitching reins and dashed up West Commerce Street at a Pierce rate. The noise As they passed Over san Retro Creek Bridge could to Hoard on main Plaza. A they passed the station Tho marshal sounded the whistle As a warn ing and Nightman Peterson dashed after the team at i great rate. On main Plaza Tho Hack men had ample warning and a few Hacks just escaped being to into. This team sailed up Over Alamo Plaza up Avenue a and out beyond Dignowity where the wrecked outfit was picked up about 10 o clock this morning the mounted Nightman losing track of tic. Hack both its Light being removal notice. We 1mvo moved on office to Moio commodious quarters in the win slow Block 1r Houston Street. Oak a. A deals and the prices they by l. Wiggins to j. , lots iand4, Block i a Hartwell s sub John Sharer to r. M. Fuller and 24, Block 0, City hit 5. Juan and wife to Amati i j. Dignowity lot Block i City Iota. R. L rank to Henry r. Lots and 12, Block 1.000 t. B. And e. In. Applewhite to Petu and Henry lot 131. A George w. Frazar guardian to Edward leu Nett. Lots 1 to is and it to3d inclusive City lot 132. S. F. Wiles to t. J. Dodsen lots j. And 3, lot 41, Between South Hackberry and South Mesquite streets. William w. Porter to Charles a. Raymond.1-0 interest in lots 11 to inclusive fronting feet North Side of East Commerce Street. Mechanic s a building and association to and Mary finnly two Low Block a Sher Man and Cherry streets. P. Hilliard and Wolfn to j. Ii. Jack son strip off lot 8, Block 4, West of san Pedro. 20 0. Dignowity to h. I. Fall lot in Block 4, City lots. 709 City charter meeting. A meeting of citizens opposed to Tho charter amendments us proposed by the City administration is called for wednes Day right Hall at 8 p. In. Sharp to receive report of revision committee. Geo. H. , chairman. J. Jakk cjho03, Geo. C. , a. F. Wulf Jehenry e. Leunor. Committee. Bulletin permits. Aug. Groetzner shop Ward 6. Of. I. Clark dwelling Ward 2, f. M. Loeckner shed Ward 4, we. Perkol dwelling Ward 5, d. J. Woodard dwelling Ward 4. Too. P. U weight dwelling Ward 1, to tie Republican leagues of the United states. New yogic february 20th, 1sd1 authority delegated to Tho. Executive. Committee by the. Nat ional league convention assembled in Nashville Tennessee on the fifth Day of March and in obedience to instructions and authority Given to to by the executive committee i hereby direct that the fourth annual Ctm cation of Tho Republican league of the United states shall Convene in the City of Cincinnati noon on april list 1891, and continue in session thereafter during such hours As said convention May determine. The business which will come before Tho convention will include the reports from Tho ensuing year Tho designation of the. Place of for National league convention and such other questions As this convention May deem proper. Under the revised Constitution of Tho National league Tho convention will to composed of delegates. Article i. Reads As follows the. National convention shall to composed of two delegates at Largo from each Stato organization in Tho league and of two delegates from each Congress ional District in which shall be or More permanent Republican clubs to Gether with the president and Secretary of each state league and All officers of Tho National organization who shall be cd of Licio delegates. Each Delegate pre sent shall to entitled to one each state league should also elect alternates Ecial to the delegates in number. A Genera circular of information will be issued from those Headquarters at a later Date. Toun m. Thu Stos president. Xii new r. Secretary. A big cargo boys and men s clothing in route Joske Brothers Alamo and Commerce streets. Olli ours. The directors Tho cremation society elected their officers last night As follows president d. M. Poor. Vico pc silent John in Rockman. Secretary John u. Mueller. Treasurer. A. F. Dignowity. Experienced sales ladles wanted no others. References required. Apply to 3-10 to Josie Riedell compact san Antonio Texas. If crockery show cases and horses. Good past Uraco for cattle and horses of the Loon nud Jle Dira Rivers and pleasant ton Road about u Miles South of City. It no grass and abundance of water. Also gentle Saddle and unbroken horses for Sale. For prices Etc. Enquire of narc so Tsara settlement on Corpus Christ Road and Madina River or h. Vav. Adams Adam Wicke s i ullring san Antonio. 2-3-2w e o d 8t Maverick property. Choice business property improved and unimproved centrally located residence property and Choice selections of suburban residence lots East and Wust of City on electric car lines. All property of Tho estate at bargain prices for Cash. Take your Choice at inventory appraisement or better. All to be sold. Come Early for Best selections. Reata of 3 9 it Assignee. Are you thinking of purchasing or building a Home 8 an Antonio Home seekers. Offers unparalleled advantages to the no powder used in millions of years the Standard. A location of surprising loveliness a climate unequalled for purity and Healthfulness warm open Winters and Cool delightful Summers water such As very few cities in the world Are blessed with the most Complete system of electric Street railway of any City of its size in the world splendidly paved streets and Beautiful suburban avenues and drives excellent Public schools and churches of every denomination All com Bining to make san Antonio the most inviting place for a permanent Home on the continent. Aside from its natural advantages and rapidly develop ing improvements san Antonio offers another great import to the Home seeker in that real estate can be purchased just now at exceedingly Low figures Ness is John t. A Maleton co

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