San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 319, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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L M. do QUESNAY JR. & CO.
Cigars and Tobacco
A tid Stale ffcnu of the
A. DELPiT Factory New Orleans.
Will Receive In a few days
A FULL LINE OF GOODS
atd INVITE INSPECTION.
L. H.da QUESNAY JR. & CO.
San Antonio Daily Light
Cigars and Totecco
'At F..:n Prices
3 West Commerce.
Volume V. Number 3 1 9.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
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-
Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc.
9QfComc to sec and be convinced that we mean what we
TO ARRIVE ! !
One Cur Upholstered Oooiln
now styles very line.
Uno ear Cliimilier Suits and
Novelties front Gram! Kitpirts
unique- mid elrgnut in design
One ear Fine Cheap Furniture
from best makers.
Coo. H Kalteyor President - Otto Koehlor Sec. and Manager.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
V. SIMMANO. A. liAMI'Eb
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
A lid. At
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
taW-Lunch ntl Simla at all hourt. Kvervthlnir served In Flrtt-Clari Htyle
Polite waiter! In attendance. 7-3R-m
A Fire Lait Night Deilroyi this Amount Ten Cam Hailed Upon Snow Dall
of Property. Flght-Notei.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.!
This Establishment Is now Replete with All the Novelties tor the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be aeen la Black and Colored Plain and Drooaded. Castimeret (black
and colored) Trloota Diagonal Serges etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress I'lalds In single and double widths and
tOr-Trimmlngs to suit all Dress Ooods.igai
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
lie Is ow showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves MHs Laces and KancyJGoodt
ror uunes ana uoiiaren ever orougni to our city in sine Hosiery
he has an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Kail and Winter styles and makes of Donnets and Hats
Ostrich Plumes Tips Itlbbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under tlrst-class artistes
who wilt please the tastes of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellngs Domestic Prints Ginghams Alpacas. Comforters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by bis agents was the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Espeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks and can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
Ufa Block of Fall anil Winter iClotbln? 1m ttio J unrest ever Crouirtit to Tex
braces In tho latest pattern. 1'rlnoo Albert. L'utuway. Frock and Back Stilt.
' A very large and complete stock of Ladlci. Misses' Mcti'i and Do) a'
RhoAfi and Hooti. A full II i.
Also a full stock of Ucntleinen'a Furnltlilnir Good.
toft and HtitT Hats.
IfEURNITTJRE AND CARPETS
Ills Furniture Department Is complete with ilouiehold Ooods. and ho will suit everybody
in this Hue. Aiflomrottaor woods we dnd Plinth Parlor Suits Mohair 1'arlor Bulls Walnut and
Ash Bedroom Bults wardrobes unairs tiojv uhishois and Ingram Carpet Itugs Mattlntr
end for aamulei
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
A mar walking across Military Plata
last evening about ::H suddenly
shouted out "lire I" and In a few nilnulrs
the plaza was erowded with people who
saw flames bursting out from the doors
f Messrs. Pitt A Meek's grocery store.
at the corner of Trevlno street and
Military Plaza. The tire spread with
amazing rapidity tn I.. Eisner's olothlng
store which was adjoining. Messrs. Joe
Meny and Isidore Zork of the Turner '
Hose Company assisted by Charles (Jg-
den and II. Dignowlty promptly ran tn I
the market house and brought the bore
cart and commenced playing on the lire I
Dy the lime tne alarm was soun-
ded and did good work. When
an opening In hliner't store was
made various portions of the stock was
taken out and placed on the sidewalk
ut tne smoxe aim name renuereu it iui-
psslhle to rescue much. The whole of
be hulldlnirs were soon one mass of
flame and although a large quantity ot
water was being poured on them. It did
not seem to have much efleot; llnall"
however the tire llend was sulijrcted.
iui uowever ueiore Dotn nouses ami
he r contents were totnllv destroyed.
I'llt A .Meek's loss Is estimated at S10.-
UUO $70(10 of which Is secured by Insur
ance. Miner's tostlsaooiit iuuuanu
has $12(100 secured in companies
represented by W. A. Ilonynge.
he oiinuings are me properly
f Mr. Hurley of New York and h s
ii.b amounts to J13.00O. It is not
known whether he was fnllv insured
or not. As to the origin of the tire
which destroyed 130110 worth or prop-
erty. It Is not known. Some of the
neighbors state that It broke out at Eis-
ner s store llrst. hut nothing can be as-
certained. Frank Smrr's restaurant ad
joining became unpleasantly warn and
some oi nis properly was uauiageo uy
waier. a poor iiaiian wno Keeps n
fruit stand at the corner of Kisner's
store lost all his stock and as he etif-
ferred the same loss In a similar manner
some time ago he Is to be sympathized
with. Fire Company No. 1 came on the
scene very promptly hut Company No.
J nan 10 ue leiepnoned lor uy unci
Dnerler to send their steamer to assist
In extinguishing the conflagration.
Snow In Qalvetton.
GtLVKSiox January 12. The Island
ers were treated to another rare sur-
prise to-day. About midnight last night
a light snow began to fall. A It ap-
proached daylight the little Hakes ex-
panded fell thicker and faster until at T
o'clock the air was tilled with millions
of shining flakes and many joungstera
witnessed for the first limn In their mun
dane existence the phenomena of a gen
uine snow storm. The enthusiasm was
not contined to the young folks by any
means for It seemed as If the entire pop-
ulation turned out this morning to enjoy
the novelty. By 10 o'clock fully six
Inches had fallen and In many places It
was drifted to a depth of a foot or ."
inches. Toward noon the heavens
cleared the atmosphere began to mod-
eratu and a perfect carnival set lu along
toe principal tnorougutares. n seemed
as though every man and boy In town
wns ene-aored In the rouirh and tumble
sport of snow-balling. On the various
street corners were crowds of sturdy
men some oi tnetn in snirt sleeves
eagerly bombarding tbelr foes across
the street. Kvery few moments some
daring soldier would Jump Into the mid-
dle of the street and Instantly be met by
the champion from the other side when
the great crowd would witness the two
combatants as they chucked snow slush
and mud all over toe other. Finally re.
crults would come to the rescue of each
champion and In a twinkling a hundred
men were pitching dirty snow at each
other and. In some Instances rubbing
the victim's race so that he yelled with
pain. These were the scenes along Tre-
mont street the Strand and Market
street. More than one millionaire for-
irot his dollars to-dav. and was strain a
boy from the cold north or frozen Ger-
many. For several hours the passage
of vehicles along these streets was ren
dered daagerous to the occupants for
it was one continuous uouiuarainent
with hard Ice balls. The slirht or a no
lioeman was the sign ror a general as-
sault. The oldest residents of the city
do not remember such an unparalleled
snow rail In IKII 1802 and 1873 there
were heavy snow rails here but none
equalled the present and the hilarious
manner in which ll was spontaneously
celebrated will long be remembered and
spoken or as an epoch In the recent
eventiui nisiory oi tne uieanuer i;ny
Wants Money For It.
Louisville January 12. A special to
the Courier-Journal says: A. a. Powell
n prominent young man of Itoberlson
County Tennessee living near the hen
lucky line sued Miss Maggie Flow en. a
Logan County Kentucky belle for
breach or marriage promise at Kutsell-
vllle. K'r.. to-dav. Powell save he had
bought Ills weddlngclothes anil that the
marriage was to have taken place lust
November 3. but Miss Flowers .vent
hark on him and he alleges that he Is all
broken ud and wants $10000. The par
ties are all well connected and the
young lady has some money In her own
Vote for Sherman and Thurman.
CoLuuni's Ohio January 12. Each
branch of the Legislature voted sepa-
rately to-day on a candidate for the Uni-
ted States Senate. In the Senate Hon.
A.G. Thurman reoelved 20 votes and
Hon. John Sherman 17 a Democratic
majority ora. in tne House Thurman
received 31 votes and Sherman 07 votes
a ftenublloan malorltv of 30. The He-
Iiubllcan maorlty on joint ballot was 33
mt all the members were not present.
At noon to-morrow the legislature will
vote in joint convention lor senator.
Didlt In' His Sleep.
Bloomixotox 111 January 12. Last
night Mrs. Dobson wife of James Dob-
ton a farmer living In Green County
was awakened by a negro farm band
who had Just spilt her husband's bead
open with an ax killing him Instantly.
Mrs. Dobson bad a fleice struggle with
the negro at she lay In bed beside her
murdered husband but finally the negro
fled. He was arrested to-day and saya
be committed the deed In his sleep.
Ever'' flrst-class dealer tellt Opera
Puds elgarttttt. Avoid lalurlous Imi-
The matinee at the city bastlle was
not of long duration this morning
though 10 cases were disposed of. One
case a tight growing out of the pruc-
tlce orrnow-balllng pedestrians jester-
day was before the court. From the
evidence it was shown Hint Hurt Croft 1-
lier a military pluzt nicrchiiiil hnd '
been warned If he pntieil Klmi'iMlnrf's
corner on Main plnzn. he would lie
pelted He prepared for the frav by
arming himself with a number of snow
halls and when the lun counnemt-d he
was "Ihere." Afler expending ell his
ammunition he thought he nix apheo
of Iron fly by his head mid saw it Deli-
ling the porter Tor Klmcnilurf holding
un n narrei as u auoui if inrow u hi i
til ii. The mini was only protecting his
head from the bnttle. and when Hart
spoke to 111 m In Enitllnh he replied In
German which Bart did not muli-m mid
lid milled In vood lrlh to the German.
by gltltig him a terrible blow on his
face with his list lloth parties were ar-
rested but when the ISecorder heard the
evidence this morning he promptly ills-
missed tioth enses. as lie was hiiimmii ii
was on v a in siitiderstaliil Ing crow ne
out ot the prevailing run or lestt-riluy.
Sellg Deutschman. the saloon miin re-
cently arrested ror alleged receiving or
stolen goods rrom the (Jonales bur-
glars wns engsged In u wordy nr
in n drunken .Mexican nameii .leiim
Hernandez. Sellg struck the Mexican
and wns llntd f". Jesus wns lined
$3 for being drunk. Itolh sides were
satisfied paid the Captain and de
J P. Carrol was taken out of a btirrel
house on the corner of Dnlonwa street.
last night ror being di-onlerly. lie
swore he would make a test ease of it
nil auhiii tied unlet r to arret ami u as
dismissed this morning as soon as the
Itecorder heard the evidence.
s 1'u uier was urunlt led or Un
charge or strlkl ng John II ii ji t let Iiy I lie
evidence or llaptlste himself.
.lonn Morgan n tniectiievous iiiueunr-
kej win lined $. ror throwing stones at
Johnson lllleil up on intoxicants
vcMTiluy to prevent Ihe snow from mi-
desmlnlng his constitution and wns
'run in" uy an ollluer lor lying upon 1 lie
street. He was lined ..
Freder co I.eal s chanted with using
Insulting language toone tleorge Spring.
The case comes up to-morrow morning
Itecorder Shields looked none the
worse for his battles with the snow hal-
lilts veaterilay. The exercise seemed to
have a very 'salutary elb-ct upon City
Captain Juan Cardenns A-Mnnnt
Marshal wns up early this morning try
ing to thaw h'niself out from minding
in the cold with his men last night at
the tire guarding the stock saved Troiii
Cntila n Mian ein looked a Utile sleenv
from staying up so late at the lire.
Ufllcer Joe Wilkin brought in u
drunken Mexican Just after court with
whom he had quite a wrestle with at
the corner of Avenue D and Alamo
Reagan on the Silver Question.
WjisiilNOinx January 12. The Houso
then un mutlon or ltengan of Texai
nt Into committee of the whole (Mr.
Illoiml. of Georifla. In Ihe chair) for con
sideration of the President's message.
ueagan took the floor with along anil
carefully prepared speech upon the
financial question advocating a double
standard ol value condemning the na-
tional banking system and arguing In
favor of npplyiug a portion of the sur-
plus In the treasury to the gradual pay-
ment of the public debt. He earnestly
combatted a proposition to suinend the
coining of the sliver dollar maintaining
that such course would have the efl'ect
or making a rew more millionaires and
adding largely to Hie army or tramps
and paupers He ridiculed the dire
prophesies which were made by the ad-
vocates of the single standard as to the
rtsult of the continued colunge of silver
and quoted from statistics to show that
so far from the prophesy made at the
time of the passage of the Bland net
that the gold would pour out of Hit
treasury having been verllled the con-
trary was the truth. It would be found
he contended that gold had been com-
ing In and silver had been going out
He denounced the sch-me fur the de-
monetization of silver ai n crime against
right decency humanity and civiliza-
tion It was the duty of the Democratic
party to protect the people agnln't this
entitling and wicked scheme or robbery.
In orderto protect them he would pro-
vide Tor the trie and unlimited coinage
or silver und would Issue sliver certifi-
cates on all deposits or silver coin or
bullion. He would t lie I. amend the
specie resumption act so as to repeal the
reservation or the $100000000 legal ten-
der notes and would provide ror the re-
servation or $50000000. He would re-
quire the Secretary or the Treasury to
pay out sliver as he does gold and to pay
out ill above $o0H00.U00 n serve and re-
duce the principal of the public debt to
that extent. He would provide that no
more national banks should be chartered
and that when the charters of those now
existing expired the circulation thus
called in should be replaced by the Issue
of United Slates treasury notes. He
prolotindly regretted there should be
differences within the Democratlo parly
on the sliver question. The President
in his message and the Secretary of the
Treasury In his report b.ul taken states-
manlike views of many questions but on
this question he could not agree with
them He must follow the traditions
and principles of the Democratlo party
and uphold the Interests of the people
The Democratic party wns now on trlsl
The Itepuhllcan party had been
turned out of power because It
bad abandoned tbe people on all great
questions such at larlll Inter-state
commerce and coinage of silver ami
had betrayed Its trust to the monev pow
ers i ne isemocrniio party nau come
Into power because It had resisted this
course. Now lesding Democrats were
round asking that Democrats as a party
take unon this Question the verr nost-
Hon that had led to tbe downfall of the
Itepuhllcan parly. Would It do this?
If it did. Democrats ought to all Join Ihe
Itei ubllcan party for on this question
there would be no difference between
Ihe two parties If It tllil. tbe Demo
cratlo party ouitht tn cense to exist. It
had been the party or the people resist-
Inir monopoly all throuuh its historv and
defending and protecting the rights of
tbe people. II It should ever become a
defender of monopolies and corporations
and money kings at against tbe rights
of the people it would cesse to be the
Democratic party and the people would
have to look elsewhere for the guardian-
ship protection and defeme of their
The First Meeting of the Year-Routine
and New Business.
The City School Board held a meeting
yesterday afternoon In tin- otllce of Su-
perintendent Smith at which a good
deal of business of Importance and minor
necessity was transacted.
Mayor Callaghan was present as were
also Aldermen Belknap Smye and Gal-
lagher and Superintendent Siiillh. Ah-
xent Alderman Haniblelon
Superintendent Smith hrn ght forward
his report of the result of the recent ex-
aminations of applicants forposlth lis as
teachers In the new- school buildings.
'I lie report showed that nine had panned
the examinations. The report was
ail. -pled anil the Superintendent In-
structed tn I.kiio certificates to those
w ho passed.
The matter ir tho selection and as.
slgnitieiit or teachers to the new schools
from llio'e persons holding certificates
wa placed In the hands of the Superin-
tendent I he appointment and assignment of
janitors lor the new schools was also left
to the Superintendent.
The resignation of Miss .lean King
was rend and on mo ion accepted. Her
position has not yet been tilled.
Superintendent Smith has rccelteil
several applications for the principal-
ships of the dlllererit new-schools which
he also has power lo act upon.
The superintendent brought up Ihe
quest Ion or Ihe neieslty of providing
ench room in the public schools with a
clook. He was directed to tiring In tils
report of the number needed
City Assessor (I. I'rasli will be re-
quested to divide the city Into regular
school disltlcls. Including the new
I I. e snlnrlcs of principal for the new
schools were llxcil at $7." per mouth.
The sum of $ll was .appropriated lor
the plnclnt of some partition In the
uigii school io construe! u
W. II HIMMN
l.l'.W llKI.II ...
HAS. Illllir.lll. . . . . . .. .
w THE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY.
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE RESORT.
WIIV WB AUK m'CCBrlKltI.I
rlfllile tti.uilro. Tne l-t entertainment. .Tlte eheaM-nt prices. Tholiestman.
TtieiiMKl popular HintiM-titciit resort In the riouthweat. Thotalkof
MumMi ela.s roi
A resolution whs adopted requesting
Ihe t'ltv t oiim-il to alitlnirlu the Major
lo call for bids for the construction or
sidewalks pi font or school property.
II Slelii-riiiau wns appointed Janl'or
Tor the High School vlie Volz dis-
missed. The llonrd then adjourned
Stanford on Silver and Paper.
Wisiuxmov Jnnunry 12. Senator Le-
laud Stanford of California In conver
sation on tho general subject of national
linnncc spoke of silver money as the
people's money nnd of paper as tho
banker's money. Briefly Illustrating tho
sell t. he said that hv the labor or the
People silver was gotten out or the earth
and labor was expended on It at every
I sire or the various nroctsses lo whh h
It was subjected between the mine ami
mint mid that w hen coined and stamped
It circulated mainly among the neonle.
among those whose fliinnolalallnirs were
not so extensive as lo require hank ac-
counts. Onlheotuerhnml. Paper money.
especially national bank notes was oh
tamed oy oanaers wuu ooiius. it was
bankers' money In contradistinction
rrom Bllver because It vvas made ror
banks Issued by banks based on bonds
represented little expenditure or labor
and did not like silver coins II ml its
elder avenue of circulation among the
CoLL'Miit's Ohio January 12. The
(unmlttecon Prlvlllges and Klectlons
of the House of Itepresentatlves this
morning reported a resolution to unseat
Democratic members from Hamil
ton County. An amendment was or-
rereil providing fur a htarlng to be ac-
corded the unseated members. The
original resolution was adopted under
a ueuianu lor tne previous question.
Ihe seats were then declared vacant
amid the greatest confusion. In the
midst or a howling mob the nine lie-
publican members came rorwnrd and
were sworn In by the Speaker and
cheered by the Republican! and Jeered
by Ihe Democrats. The Speaker or-
dered the Democratlo members to turn
over the keys or the r desks.
action of to-day Is ample assurance for
the election of Sherman and will give
him 21 majority on Joint ballot In tbe
iwo orancnes io-inorrow.
The Repressed Small Boy.
"Little boy" said a gentleman "why
do you carry that umbrella over your
head? It s not raining." "Nop " "And
the sun Is not shining." "Nop." "Then
why do joii carry Mr" "Cause when It
rains pa wants it and when lu
shines ma wants it an' It's only when
It's this kinder weitder that I can git ter
use it at an" etioe anu Leather lie-
porter. Little Flaien-Halr's Prayer.
A blue-eyed flaxen-hair d darling
while saying her pray rs the other
night concluded suddenly to ask a
blessing upon her two uncles. It to
happened that she had seen one of the
latter out nine anu was not very la
miliar with his name and this is what
'-Oh! Dod pease best Uncle Dim an'
an' (forgetting the name) dat oilier
rellerUncle Dims buther." Exohange
A Remarkable Dream
Twenty years ago George W. Simp
son of Vermont dreamed that he would
meet a violent death at the bands ol a
locomotive. Ten dart azo. on the 20th
anniversary of his remarkable dream be
was walking on the track or tne Ver
mont Central ltallroad when a wild en
gine approached him from the rear and
Hid aw fill dream or 20 years' standing
would have come true had not Genrse
W. got out of the engine's way. It It
iruly remarkable how many strange no
currences one nears oi. nam.
A western wan who hat lived among
tornadoet all hit lire who was raised
with them as It were saya that It easy
to distinguish a tornado from an or ill
nary blow A cyclone or tornado north
otthe equator alwavt comes from tho
southwest. Ill first appearance It that
of a local oloud. It alwayt oomet when
the temperature It low. It It nothing
more than an electric itorru. The earth
refuses to receive the electricity that It
constantly oeing generateu aim ll accu
Ululates In a mats. When the cloud ex
tends rrom one tide of tho horizon to th
other there it no danger of a cyolone.
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JANUARY 11 12 and 13.
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MISS LIZZIE SHELTON I
1 In- U'wltrhliiy i-tnltorliiiifnt of yrHco and nurlt.
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In Ids original ny or ilolnir Irish Hongs ami Dances.
n Motto Songs
MISS SUSIE STOKES
first opiammiiconr Mgs STANWOOD 1
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We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn Out-of-Style
Goods but New and Desirable
Articles in Plenty.
Fine Dress Goods
Silks Satins and Velvets
(Ms anil Wraps of all Mi.
Jerseys for Ladies HissBsf Children.
Silk Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
I Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
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Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED BYoSTEAM ITHROUOHOUT.
Every Wodnosday and Saturday Evenings and a 8peclal Free
Concert Every Sunday from 4 to t 1 p. m.
First-Glass Bar-Room Restaurant and Billiard-Room A'.lnctied
lUlOMIT AND POLITE ATTENTION OUAHANTl-.l:i.
Alamo Street - - - - - - San Ar.tonio Texas
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 319, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 13, 1886, newspaper, January 13, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144741/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .