San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1, Monday, January 4, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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- RED CROSS WHISKEY-
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 2.
We take occasion to mention to our friends and
customers in the City and
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-
Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc.
lJCxCoinu to sec and be convinced that we mean w'"at we
Coo. H Kalteyor President - Otto Koolilor Sec. nncl Manager
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
TO ARRIVE ! !
One Car UiliolHtorcl-(jtio(lN
new stylos vory lino.
One our Chamber Suits ami
Novelties from (Irantl Itiiipidn
unique ami elegant in design
Ono oar Vino Cheap Kimiitme
from lieut makers.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'8 Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Slreetn.
riif!.'u!lianLMe!lU nt ho""- Everything served In Flrst-Clars Style.
rmltn waltera In attendance. 7.2S-flm
emporium OF FASHION.
Thla Establishment la now nplete with All tne Novelties for the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Oan be seen In Illaok and Colored I'laiii and llrooaded. Cassimeres (blaul.
and colored) irlcots. Diagonals Sews etc Camel llalrand Wool Sat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress I'lalds In single and double widths and
sVSr'lrhuinlngs to suit all Dress Goods.-!
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of Kid Oloves. Mlts Laces and Fancy'doods
for Ladles ami Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
be lias an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
AU Ah? l?le;f. Fal1 a"d Winter styles and makes or Bonnets and Hats.
Ostrich Humes Tips ltlbbons and Trimmings will be found
tbere. Ibis department Is under llrst-olasa artistes
wbo will please the tastes of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
a'owellngs Domestlo Hints Ginghams. Alpacas Comforters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was the most inagnlllcent stock of Dress
Orods or all kinds over seen In any dry goods house In Texas
tspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks and can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
very tar go aim comn
HIkmji and limit.. A full ii
Also a full itock of Uoiitloiuvn'
PTJRNITTJEB AND CARPETS.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
San Antonio Daily Light
Country that since we
A HAM MX
' ijroutf.it to Tux a
1 .11.1104. Mlsru
m meiaon sure am stiff Huts.
The Mystery Surrounding the Recent
Kitltnr Pnti Anlnnki Mirlit.
At'sTix .lanunry 2nd 1 fls. To-day
Deputy SherlirTom Dalles made a com-
plaint against Mr. I'hlllppi the huiband
or one of the women who was murdered
on the night of Dererabtr lillli. Mill.
on his bead at the tune of the murder. I
and Is now lying dangerously III from
Its effects nt his residence guarded by
two deputy sheriff. The whole mitter
Is shrouded In a deep luyiter) and but
Utile can bo learned from Ihe olllcers
who are working up the ciise.
The Jury or Inquest who set In the
rate ol Mrs. Hancock wliu was mur-
dered on the same night at her resi-
dence which Is tltuttrd about a mile
from wheie Hilllppn lltet.have returned
a verdict Into court. The purport or
their tlndlng has not et hern made pub-
lic. Should Hilllpps i trover the olll-
cera think I hey van establish hi. u'lt
beyond a reasonable doubt. Mrs. l'uil
ipps is uisianuy related by nnrrlage to
the uomaii Kane who wis rri..ft in
Han Antonio recently Tor the killing or
ner cniiiiren in nils oltv. t)ne of tlm
best posted olllcers or thla county snld
to your correspondent to-day. thai Ihe
mystery or all or these outrages would
soon be removed and the Identity olilie
perpeliatora revealed irthiti .n'ttment
be verified and the biiIIi of lb? parties
established the space between them nnd
eternity will be short. Too much prnlau
carnot be beatoned upon our eo'iutv
and olty nuthnrllles for their ceaiele'
endeavors to bring the guilty wretches
I.ast night eight or ten bolstrou men
who were well Inadrd wlih barrel house
whl ky rode out or town and vtheu Jimt
aoross the line or the cltv limits btgan
shooting their plstoln. yelling ami curs-
ing In a manlier that would have re-
flected honor upon a set or wild Apache.
This morning Constable Thorp learned
who the parties were and swore out
oouiplalnts upon which they have been
Kyery man seen upon the elreets alter
12 o clock nt night. Is hailed and unlrsi
beljkmmnor can gle a good arroiint
of himself he Is taken to the lock-up
and detained until morning at least.
The examining trial or Jlollle Kane.
for the murder or her child was set ror
to day. The defendant waived exiimlna-
lion and was committed to Jail without
The firemen's grand ball took place
nat night In the hall or their new build-
ing sliunted on Market hill which wa
given In honor nflhn Uedlmillon of their
hall. Mayor lloberlsou In a very pretty
speech dedicated the building to the mo
and enjoyment of the Fire Department
or thla cltv. Mr Sam w. rrni. i ii.r
or the Austin Fire Department respon-
ded appropriately to the .Minor In be-
imii in iue nremeli. About 100 couples
weie present. The ball In lis entirely
was a success. C'siiAiCAtnu.
Charged with Sealpinp;.
Ottawi Ont. January 2. The Morn-
log Tost or December 2) charges Cap-
tain Howard the American who was In
charge or the Uatlln guns during the
hair-breed rebellion In the Northwest
with having scalped the dead after the
fight at Fish Creek which took place
at the latter end or May last. Thejlon-
treal Gazette this morning denies the
charges and reminds the l'ost that Cap-
tain ltowaru was not at Fish Creek and
that he did not arrive there until sev-
eral days after the fight.. Caplaln How-
ard was on board theTlteamer North-
cole which was struck In Saskatche-
wan 160 miles south or Fish Creek at
the time the skirmish ocourred and If
he had scalped the dead at Fish Creek-
he must have dug them out or their
graves. The l'ost this evening returns
to the charge and says It was a mistake
In saying the scalping took place at
Fish Creek but that It can b iirnv.n I
wasdoneat liatochr when the Canod-J
;.V .... 1 ""I i no village on June"
12. 1 here are several olllcers and men
here wbo were at ltuioclie. ami i....i.v
all of them admitted that the latler
charge Is true. They say Captain How-
ard In tbelr presence scalped one dead
man after the light at llatoche. and
when he was here recently he made no
secret about It. The scalping theyssy
took place the day after the tight when
one or the wounded rebels died. As to
whether the man scalped by Captain
Howard was half-breeri or Imil.n mr
Informant could nor sir. It n. nf..'
difficult to distinguish. I hn Incident Is
llkelyto cause a stirlu French-Canadian
circles as Howard Is about to start n
cartridge faolory In the Province of
Quebec nnd his neighbors will bo furl-
ous ir they Unci out he sualped a hair
breed. On Ihe oilier hand as far as the
pulilbihas been nbletoascerlaln neither
Indians nor half-breeds scalped thedead
at any time during the troubles. In
some oases they mutilated but did nut
l.ANsiNd In.. January 2. The Mirror
to-day says: It Is authoritatively staled
that there exists near the village of
Spring drove Houston county Minn. a
large number or cases or leprosy. The
allllcted persons are all Scandinavians
rrom the northern part or Norway. The
Hist victim was an old man. nnd the ills.
ease was at first thought to be measles.
reu epuia nppearea an over his body.
Later he was seized with excruciating
pains In his limbs anil his errr...ii..
began to. wither. This continued anil
uiojepiuerins organ to some oil and now
there is so semblunee of skin over the
Hull. The bodv retains Its deal inu
tile limbs have withered and dried until
the lingers and toes are like slicks slid
are ready to drop oil'. The disease also
exists In three or four other families all
related. Hiyslc'ans from Decorah pro-
nounce !t ktiP.r and say the disease
Plan of Dakota Democrats.
M'asiiinoiov January 2. A delega
tion or Dakota Democrats Is here ror
the purpose or securing the admission
of Ihe entire territory as a State not to
......... ii. me ueiegauon assure the
Democrats that ir the plan they propose
or admitting the whole Territory Is
adopted.lt would obviate the objection
urged by the Democrats or allowing an-
other ltepubllcan State to be carved out
or that territory. Democratic Senators
express doubt whethor another Demo-
cratic State can be secured from any of
the territories knocking at the doors of
vuagreis tor mmmion into the union.
TEXAS. MONDAY JANUARY 4. 1886.
A "PRETTY" OASE.
Three Eipert Cracksmsn Arrested by
Captain Tom Hughes.
During the months ot November and
December numerous burglaries took
place In the city and Ihe police were
completely ballltd as to who the perpe-
trators were. Ilurglarlesat Mrs. Tobln
Mrs. Cole. Mrs. Favllle Mr. Clark. Mr. 1
Prescott. Colonel llelknap and Claude
Duval's houses were committed In rapid
succession. A short time ago a letter
round lis way Into the hands or the Clly
Marshal which disclosed a scheme to
rub Messrs. I.npowskl'a store at Uonra-
le. The letter was written by a young
man In their employ and Ihe person to
whom It was addressed was aiked lo
come to Uonzalea In company wllh n
third party. City Marshal Shsrileln
turned the allalr over to Cantulu 'IVm
Hughes who wrote a letter to Sherlir
..ones ni uouzaies lo watch I.npowskl'a
store and the letter which had been
opened by a wrong party was re-
placed In Iho postolUce. The letter was
delivered and Its Instructions heeded.
Shortly after the two parlies ment'oncd
In Ihe letter came to (Jonrales and at-
tempted to put their scheme ot robbery
into ptiH llce lull railed and the three
oriheiii were arrested by Sheriff Jones.
Captain Hughes went lo Uonznlesanil
returned on Friday with his prisoners.
Their names are Oeorge S. Williams
alias George W. Snblnes and (leorgo W.
Sanders A. II. Hud a las A. C. Tyner
and A. II. Tyner. Dick Feltenstahl the
third was the clerk In the storo at Uun-
zalcs and the one who wrote the letter
A great deal ot the stolen prop-
erty rrom San Antonio was found
In their possession and at Houston one
valUc being found at Galveston. On
Saturday a Jew named Sellg Deutsc'i-
msnn was n!o arrested lor complicity
and receiving stolen gunds.
From statements made by the prison-
ers. It appears that .the three of them
have been executing a series or robber-
ies rrom Kansas City to this place
where by the shrewdness or Captain
Tom Hughes their laid nnd Ingenious
schemes were discovered These men
are all or them expert cracksmen and
their arrests are Important ones. Cap-
tain Hughes deserves credit ror working
up what in detective parlance would be
called a "pretty" case. Sheriff .lones.or
Gonzales was also an admirable assist-
ant to Captain Hughes.
Projrammo for a Week of Prayer Besjn-
nlng Monday Evening.
Monday at 7:30 p. in.. In TrnvU Turk
Methodist Church led by Ihe Kev. Dr.
Tuesday 7:is) p. in. at the First llap-
tlst Church led liy the Kev. Mr. Pres-
ton. Wednesday 7:30 p. in. at Ihe Cumber-
land Presbyterian Church led by Hev.
Mr. Ulddings. '
Thursday 7:30 p. in. at Ihe First Pres-
byterian Church led by the ltev. Dr.
Friday 7:30 p. m. at the Trinity
Presbyterian Church led by the ltev.
Dr Nell. '
Saturday 7:30 p. in. at the Trinity
Methodist Church led by the ltev. Mr.
All are cordially Invited to attend
Taking Talmags's Thunder
lliitiiiini'itu Pa. January 2. For the
past 22 years ltev. W II. II. Snyder has
been pastor of the Salem Iterormed
Church which numbers In Its congrega-
tion some of the mot prominent men In
the oltv. Previous to his summer vaca-
tion Mr. Snyder preached a sermon
which was so much grander than prev-
ious efforts that the congregation re-
marked about It. A young attorney
whoJieard the sermon took notes and
subsequently he was reading a volume
of ltev. T. Dewltt Talmage and noticed
he similarity. Upon Investigation the
discovery was made that the semion
preached by Hev. Mr. Snyder as original
was the work of Mr. Talmage. Some
prominent church members I old Mr.
Snyder that he had better resign as his
further connection wilh the church
would decrease the congregation. Mr.
Snyder It Is thought will comply with
the request as soon as a position can be
Another Siren In the Hocks.
On Saturday morning a verdant Indi-
vidual bearing the cognomen of John
McOee made an nilidavlt before Justice
Crawrord against one llattle llaxter a
very very soiled damsel with whom It
seems MrUee had previously been ou
lover's terms. He said llattle had ap-
propriated six or his i'AI gold pieces
without his consent and having been
told she had done It llattle returned
three of them saying It was nil she had.
Ills conlldeuce in her was shaken how-
ever and he enlisted the blind dodders
to assist him In accounting tor the dis-
crepancy. Tliovvarrant;ror her arrest
was executed by Deputy Constable
Krempkau and llattle was brought Into
court where she waived an examina-
tion and was placed under a $500 bond
to await action or the grand Jury. Hat-
llc railed to give the bond however nnd
now languishes In the dungeon or the
wicked and rrlendless.
Getting In the Wrong House.
Alberto Hatnos a rather good-looking
Mexican was before the Itecorder this
morning charged with disturbing the
peace of Mr. Herman Ilrcndel and fam-
ily last night. Mr. llrendel testified that
he was awakened by a man trying to
get In at Ihe w Indow. As the fellow
raited Ihe window Mr. II. dealt him a
blow which knocked him back and then
he went away ltaruos said he was
drunk and mistook the house for one
where disreputable women lived. This
was his excuse. He was Informed that
getting In at Ihe window was not even
countenanced at these houses and a
one oi i was accortungiy imposed
A Red-Headed Coy
Peter lluckley a llery-halred blue-
eyed boy with n neck as whlto as a
woman's was arrested for being a va-
grant. He was found asleep In a hay
loft. He said he came hero with Iho
Diamond King and bad been at the
camp on Nacogdoches street helping
with the cooking until a few days ago
when the Doctor and he parted com-
pany He said he could again get work
with the Doctor It allowed to go and
the court generously dismissed him.
A Scathing Criticism of the Board o
Ilitltiir Pan Antonio Mailt.
At the point where the Illnz-Kngul
mann road turns out or the lane about
one-hair mile rroiu the SaUdo In
a southwesterly course towards the
Government hill I was struck by some
essential alterations In Colonel llrack-
enrldge's late fencing which caused
Ihe following reflections; Why (I lit
Colonel Ilrackenrldge more the on
rence already built by whluli the nboto
mentioned lane between Mr. Klvenhauer
and Mr. Ackermann was prolonged lo
the terminus of Iho iccalleil lilt 7.-
Kngelmann roadwhich was ror It be-
1 ngs 1 think already lo the lliinvt a
passed-at the city limits and left a
passage between his land and Mr. Ack-
ermann'a pasture? Has the Colonel
changed his plan or operation that Is
to run said lane on to the next estab-
lished road Inside tho city limits as It
had been proposed by our honorable
olty fathers and Intends to run It now
through snld passage.lhough not cleared
rrom brush nnd other natural obstruc-
tions or Impediments? One would be
Inclined lo make this conclusion If he
had left the passage wide enough Tor a
second class road. Notwithstanding
this fact however we are JustllUd in
suspecting something wrong as one
member ot the County Commissioners'
Court maintains and certainly that
member Is not the most unimportant
that the road along Mr. Aikcr-
mann'a pasture Is by fur Hie best
and the nearest. However Inconceiv-
able like the holy trinity tills assertion
Is as they will have lo run It back for
some distance to make It Intersect the
city line at some remoter point It may
be clear and Intelligible to high people
but certainly not to people who only
converse with the plebaus. Why do
our County Commissioners not use Ihelr
authority? Why do I hey permit Colonel
Ilrackenrldge lo close up an Important
legally established road before Us ler-
mtnns? Is It because our City Fathers
would perhaps not have forced Col. 11.
to give the rfght-or-way Inside the City
limits? This Is no excuse; they could
have walled for that ract. Another reu-
son for Ihe complaisance or the Com-
missioners towards Col. 11. (hough men-
Honed the last It may not be most lm-
probnble Is the following: At or about
whero Ihe Seguln road Intersects the olty
limits a hot light Is fought between the
Honorable County Commissioners' Court
and Mr. John Jnmes or Ibis city. That
gentleman did not reverently lake oil
his hat nnd bow to the worst and most
unjuslllled change or n road or all Ihe
bad ones that have been made by this
honorable body; he had Ihe courage lo
put his rence In the middle or the road
so changed and this tact may account
for the above mentioned complaisance or
the County Commissioners' Court this
body not wishing to light at two differ-
ent points at the same time; (It win not
be denied that It would have taken some
trouble to Induco our Honorable City
Fathers to actually make a dash at the
much reared Colonel.) They don't sing
either: "Mourlr pour la pnrtrle o'est le
sort le plus beau." etc.
Another nuestlon arises- Is this .
Justilled change or the Seguln road
norm iigiiuug jorr as mere any kind
or right or Justice In the action there
being no cause for a change nud to put
the road on another man's land without
his permission without paying him
dnmages? And what kind ot a rosd!
Good gracious! One breaks a wheel
another one the axle a third one throws
his freight Into Mr. Ackerman'a rence
etc. Considering that to all this comes
tho probability that the change Is per-
hapa the cause or the surrender or the
good Important Illnz-Kngelmann road
(Ihe change or the latter may be consid-
ered as equivalent to a surrender or dis-
continuance). Verily! I am entitled to
exolaim: Stop your blessed actions or
wo will perlsn at the hands or your
Those citizens that demolish Mr. J.
James rence Indirectly; participate) In
the bad action or our honorable County
Commissioners' Court. 1 maintain that
road Is not worth to demolish a rent e
for It. they ought to petition for the old
Seguln road where It Justly and right
eously belongs. Our great and Illustri-
ous German writer Fr. Schiller says:
"It Is the curse of tho bad deed that It Is
bound to continuously produce bad.!"
Our honorable County Commissioners'
may study this and Improve by It.
Very respectfully. Jul. I.ikck.
Installation of Officers.
Tho olllcers for Ihe ensuing year In
Star Council No. 232 American Legion
of Honor were Installed by George (.
Dashlell Grand Commander of said
order In the Slate ol Texas In their hall
corner ot Houston and St. Mary'a street
on bs Saturday night.
Selling Stolen Goods.
Sellg Deiitschman has been arrested
by Detective Hughes charged wllh
selling stolen goods. A lady's toilet
case a traveling ease and a pair or
pants were found In bis possession.
These goods were known to have been
stolen by the three burglara arrested by
Sherlir Jones at Gonzales who have
Small-Pos In the City
Four well-developed and unplstaka-
ble cases of small-pox were reported In
the city Saturday all of them being
Mexicans. Three of the cases were In
one family living In what Is known as
shiner's corral. In Ihe Flret Ward and
tho fourth case Is on Carr's Hill As the
patients are residents and unknown to
each other living In widely dlflerent
portions or the city It Is reared Ihe
loathsome malady may prove epidemic
Kvery precaution has been taken how-
ever to prevent Its spreading
The Steves' Arms Company has re-
ceived two of Ihe newly patented porta-
ble yawl boats. The crew shipped In
small trunks are divided up In sections
and when put together are ready for use
weighs 7A pounds Inclusive of oars and
other paraphernalia necessary. These
boats will carry three persons with ease
and form a splendid adjunct to hunting
parlies on small lakes and water coarses.
Kd. Steves and D. P. Uarr tried one on
the river this morning and while they
pulled the oars like two old salts tbe
ooni woraeu aumirauie.
The most popular cigarettes are
upera runs at popular price.
& SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS
S A.KT ANTOOTO TEXAS.
W. II HtMVIH
I HAM. (IIIIIKIII:
w-THE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY.
PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK!
ENTIRE NEW BILL.
Q-raisnEKjij -A.X52vissio3sr 25 Cars.
Monday Taesday and Weflnesflay JaHnary 4 5 anil 6 188E
The full crwil Km orlti- KluMli Week t .Mr.
- ThMVmnty At'
r-eiuilo .vtcni; a
Groat Succoss of Mlsa LOTTIE BURTON In hor BanJo Solos.
In lliirhwiiu. ( Imnu i.T.. Hon
In Popular SonKs - -
Tin- LiniKliiitiln act entltlitl
In Motto Souks
Prepare to rlnkle lur liere Is Urn
leii'ilV.'.'.l'.l'i'." ?.k.'"'l A"1"'- I" tli.-Ir iirurlna! Plantation Sketch entitled. "I.Rr MB Itn
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Tho Evor Popular
The a-rriniianii. III iiuii hid ih.r
1'ntny HoHut . ...
Character!: Ii thrj
Wolf & Marx
IF YOU WANT
TO BUY IITIQIITIIS.
Wg are Not Selling Old
atyie oooas but
File Dress Goods
Silks Satins and Velvets
Cloaks and Wraps of all IMi.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys'.Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
"WOLF &c MABX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS rtESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED BYsSTEAM ITHROUQHOUT.
Evory Wodnosday und Saturday Evoning3 and a 8poolal Free
uoncort uvery Sunday from 4 to I I p. m.
First-Class Bar-Roam Restaurant and Billiard-Room Attacked.
l'ltOMlT AND VOMIT.
Alamo Street - - - -
nf us Bod trot ft chance for thosft
Host Elegant Oil RMis
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Only $5 a Year.
.. . I.KAIK or Okciicbtua
..I.CADER OF IlKASS llAXD
ii- wlllrumini'iiiv Kith Ijirry thailt-y'i Inuirlmhli. act entitled
Ijirry thmliy linker Pamny llurlon and Mls Howard.
."....".Miss Suslo Stokes
lcinlnif Oii ; Urln." written Ami comnoiwl by
jinn i imi r pout cu a meter
i;i.".ii:.'r'j?"Hon';J: - ' - ' raVTOn'ar'
ii compofwi ny Marry
eniitM ! Yry nnd lliey Lock ino un."
M83 CAD DL0SS0M
tinker Ikmlpy Haranr Mncartliy and Company.
- - MISS SUSIE STOKES
ss Cad Blossom
... Iw linker
and Shelf-Worn. Out-ofi
New and Des rab e J
Jerseys for Ladies Misses Chita.
Silk Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
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