San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 118, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 5, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
-rr- San Antonio Daily Light.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 5 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Volume VI Number 1 18.
Fans and Parasols.
Our immouso assortment of Summer Dress (loads is replenished
ffuokly during the soaBon by now shipments and the Intcst novelties
ire added to our alrondy woll-seleetod stock of White Goods Niiin-
looks Muslins Lawns OrgandicR Percales rcrcnllncs Ktamlncs
Mid Canvas Cloth.
PLACES AND EMBROIDERY ;
Wo carry tho largest stock of llclgo-Oolorod Ugyptiau Orionta
n white cream and bclgo-colorotl In Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o match at prices lower than lino goods generally are sold.
IVe are ahead of all competition as re-
gards rlcv quantity and styles.
We oiler the greatest bargains In fancy
goods as well as In the staple lines.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center with host
A. A. & r. A. BROOKS. ROBERT II. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUM STORE.
PKNBRD ONI.V 11Y
SKILLFUL AND EXPE-
rllKNCKl) PII A 11 MA
CISTS OK NONIE HCT
TUB PUltEBT MRIII
CIXES AT PHIOE8
THAT DEFV COMPBTI
' Fltl'X TO ANV PAHT
OK Till! CITV.
Wholesale anil Retail Drnists ana DispensinE Pharmacists
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
I.OI.IN'8. IUNNKUS ATKySjmAJ.KIjKI WUlnll rs AND COWATirS FINKST VVM-
Mabc'lin mistake. Tlio CUrneillruftiiiuur
I. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cult and aeo tho mo-tt elegant lUiircvpenfdvo Sod.i and Mineral Water Fountain In tho Slate
FREE FROM OARE.
Still Fishing-Blockade Raised-Manning
Women on Dock A Now
The women and children of the fami
lies or the Chicago nail-works strikers
took possession of the Hock Iiland track
resteruay 10 uie iiuuiuerui jwi ami ei-
ectually resisted all attempta of the
once to remove mem. 11 wan iiupossi-
le to move Ihu tralna loaded with scab-
made nails without running over thriu
and the attempt abandoned.
Two negroes. Honesty and Hanks of
Winchester V. were hanged yesterday
for murder. They died Innocent and
went straight home to glory according
to their dying declaration.
Daniel Manning lias not withdrawn
His resignation n secretary of the treas-
ury but allows It to lie over until his
leave of absence expire which will he
Ootober 1. This by the president's request.
American merchant vessels can pur
chase 11 alt In Canadian ports but llthcr-
tuen cannot buy bait.
Tho North Atlantic snuadron Is under
orders for tho Canadian Halting grounds
with instructions rom the department.
The Chinese Indemnity bill appropri
ating $150000 passed the senate 110 to 10.
Clevklaxii June 4 -The executive
board of the Knights of Labor held a
eesslon at the Forrest City house this
morning and three Hours later adjourn
ed. Mr. l'owdcrly took the train for
his home In suranton ra ami air.
Ilnlley returned to his home in Shawnee
(). At a meeting of the board the Im
mediate work was divided Into districts
and Mr. Itarry was sent to Mllwitkee to
Milwaukee he will g to Voir era to III-
estlgate the camel weavers' strike.
Secretary Turner and Mr. Hayes will
proceed to Troy where there Is a lock-
out of collar makers and laundrymen.
The trades unionists and tho "home
club" delegates of New York lelt on the
;i o ciock truin in tne aiternoon. j ue
Michigan delegates were among the
not yet been appointed. It Is probable
that Mr. l'owdcrly will wait until of-
ficially notified of some grievance of the
francs unions ueinre naming uie committee.
I.OUI3VIM.K Ky. June 4. A short time
ago the Journeymen Palmers' associa-
tion were ordered to strike and to-day
live of the strikers who went nut sued
the association for the full amount of the
wages they would liav earned had they
continued working. The case Is pecu
liar ana win be tneu on Monusy next.
St. I.ouh June 4. Officers of the
Amalgamated Council of llnlldlng
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries the lareta stock of flue
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of anr houso In tlio Htato. storekeepers ainuiipaaa m lamnes win no wiii to iiiuko
Their purchases at tnisestaDiisiimeui. iiioMniowiiiKun't'iiv.oin.'fliiivni)miiiiKK
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
This liniisosiiridlcs Delicious Fresh-Koasled and Around Coffee. STURNGTII and FLAVOIt
uarantccd. All coffee sold is roasted and ground on tlio premises by slcain pimer
TELEPHONE NO. 1IW. . 4-9-flra
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Gold and Bllver riatltiir aud Engraving Watches and Clock Ik pairing. Onlv the most
HlftLlod workmen istupuiyoa. oirici auvuuuu iu nit iuii)etici eiuruBieuiu ub. umcu
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO
101 103 AND 205 S. ALAMO St. COR. V1LUTA
SAM ANTONIO TKJLA
Wo are Wholesale and Iletalt Dealer. In Austin
Wblto Llmo Beat 11 rands or Dark ltosondalo and
Imported English Portland Coraouts Plaster o.
Tarls and Long Goat Hair and would ask you tc
Cull or wrlto us for prices before purchasing else
where. Please mention this paper.
TRY J. WALKERS'
For an easy tit. Iloots and shot s inado at prices to suit o.eryonc. Hcpalrlng while you wait
The finest kind of Indies shows made to order.
S. B. W1TCHELL - - Agent
No. 9 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
....And At...... .....
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
JWI.unoh and Meals at all hours. Everything served In Kirst-CTar Styl
fcllte waiters In attendance. 7-mi
declared the nlanlng mill strike end
The men numbering about WOO went
out some time ago uecauso uie employ
ers refused to grant mem eight nours as
a full working day. At 7 this morning
the strike was declared a failure and the
men ordered to return to work as soon
l'lTTaiiuiia June I. The strike of the
Westmoreland county coal miners has
been broken and a general resumption
Is expected In a few days. The men
agreed to accept G5 cents per ton two
week's pay and no discrimination as to
employes rue striae aiiecteu over -njw
The Amalgamated Association or iron
and Steel Workers held but a brief ses-
sion -th'a morning and then adjourned
for committee work. There Is consider-
able gossip among delegates as to who
will be tile ofUccrB next year and from
the opinion expressed by delegates me
vote will be close.
London June 4. In tho house ot
commons last night the International
copyright mu was reau a iniru time.
luefttanuaru mis morning aays me
English blockading fleet has been or
dered to make ready to leave the Greek
Vienna June 4 An Austro-Ilunga
rlan government crisis has been avoided
by a compromise an agreement having
been reached to reconsider the subject
si petroleum duties
CiitCAiio June 4. Capt Hunt of the
Hyde yark police force started lor Cum
tilings this morning taking with him all
available men of bis force. This move
ment was made because of anticipated
trouble between the Hock Island rail-
road and the striking nail makers of the
Calreuet Iron company. An attempt
was made yesterday to move two freight
cars containing nails consigned to the
hook isianu roau wnicn was iruiiraieu
by the strikers who Induced the train
men to abandon the attempt. Another
attempt will be made to-day to trove
tne cars wiin tue assistance ui ponce.
Matters are further complicated as the
Hock Island train men are In full sym
pathy with the strikers and It Is feared
tua If tho company Insists that their
employes move the cars a general strike
Lima Juae J. After the Inaugural
ceremonies were concluded yesterday
President Cacares attended services at
the cathedral. The president witnessed
a grand parade from the balcony and
atterwarus auuresseu uie people wuo
called loudly for him. In his proola
Hon the president calls upon the people
to assist mm in toe aruuous taia oi m.
tlonal reconstruction which he has be'
LooiNeroiiT hid. June 4. On Mon'
day night train wreckers pushed two
loaded flat cars out on the track of the
Panhandle at W ndnall. and wrecked
the passenger train. The engineer aad
nreman were lernoiy mjureu. xasier-
dav three of the irutie were arrested
taken to TlDton. and lodged In Jail. On
oonfessed and as a result two other
member ot tue gang win be arrested
reeling against tue men is very nign
Bill McCoy Arrested.
A young man named BUI MoCoy hat
been arrested at Austin charged with
tne murder or an tuu man named Mar-
shal near whore tho Lone Star brewery
now stands about two rears ago. One
oi Marshall's daughters and a negro boy
who claims to know a good deal about
the murder win identity atcuoy.
Gallagher's rentaurant. First-class lo-
cation. Inquire on premises opposite
International and Great Northern pas
This Is the. day or the Hoss-Hwaln
meeting to discuss Issues at Cameron.
Hoss denies any complicity In the
Drown attempt to review the adminis-
Italn has been 'very general through-
out central northern and eastern Texas
with good prospects of more.
Italn won't save tho corn crop In some
arts ol Texas but the late showers
avc made the cotton growers happy.
Hsn Marcos and all llavs county Is In
mourning fur the Iste United Slates
Klirln had a regular lilblloe Thursday
ver the breaking ot ground on the llss-
rnp Klgln and lay lor road.
The nroiosed route from ilaslrup to
Cueni will give Flatonia another railway
Contractor nre at work on tin; Snnta
o within one mile of Farniersvllle. and
work has been begun north of town.
valley reports iroml grazing and
cattle mmlug into the ranges quite
The congressional convention of the
seventh congressional district li called
t at Victoria July 7.
The rush to till Marshal .lackmnn's
lace began before he was (had and
has not yet nlu led. Some dozen as
pirants are already In the Meld
Capt Duval Jnokinan s deputy Is
said to hate strong backing for the va
cant 1'. 8. inarsliaUhlp In Judges Pardee
Sevenly-sevcn cltle anil towns of
'exas comprising siieelsl school districts
show $l.(iotl was expended In school
buildings and j:0OOIn salaries.
Denlson Is receiving large consign-
ents of cattle for shipment to northern
markets. The machinery for the elec
tric light Is received.
Comal county registers 1075 children
of school age only (m of whom are col-
on d; an Increase over last years re
turns oi !.
The re-arnst of .Mr. II. Hancock. Aus-
n. for Ihe murder of Ills wife In that
lly on I tie night of Dec 21 has caused
Slier I II Morris of lllg Spring who ac
cidentally shot a prisoner who w at try
ing to escape iroiu mm. nas neen neiu to
answer In the sum of $1000.
TheUalveaton water famine lias been
raised by Jupiter I'luvlus In person.
i ue military circles ot tne city are dis-
cussing the location of the drill grounds.
Marshall Is making time on her Paris
anu norm western road. Teams are go-
ing to the front and construction Is be-
ing pushed. The road will be com
pleted louttmer September I.
District court Is In session at Flore'-
vile: Karly corn Is ruined late planted
Is doing better: The Methodist's. Ilan-
tlsts and Episcopalian societies have
given an Ice cream festival and supper
The San Antonio train to Tavlor. ar
rived yesterday noon brought In the
horribly mangled remains of a negro run
over by some previous train lie had
t-Tjonnu person; couiii not be luenttueu
El I'aso advices repert the Itlo Grande
wav un. The little town of Chauibe-
rlno. In New .Mexico has been literally
swept away by the flood which Is pour-
mg inrnugii uie principal streets or the
town ieet ueep.
Swain took In llockford on his wav to
Cameron yesterday and was tendered a
reception liespondlng to an Invltatl' n
to sneaK. lie gavo an address wnicn sent
his gubernatorial thermometer up Into
unknown mnn was killed at Fort
Worth yesterday evening run over by
the cars through his own carelessness
and was literally cut to nieces. He was
sitting on the track reading when a
train oacaeii down on a m. lie nail
seven dally papers In his pocket and
Eno nal county re o ces In ncood rain
but it came too late to save corn. Wool
shipments prlno'pally to San Antonio
bnve been IS cars. The Martin ranch
clip. 400 sacks goes direct to New 1 ork
inree came trains wen leaueu lert
mere lor coinrauo via iiaroid yester
uay. anipiuems oi pricaiy pear I
I.OU1B are irequent.
The case of the Kansas. Gulf and St
Louis railroad which Is in a war be'
tween the Texas and New York bond'
holders and which was taken to the
United States o rcuit court by the at
ter was yesterday remanded to the
state district court by United States
Judge Sabln Nearly $I0ao0CO is In
votveu in una contest.
Chiilriniiil (I. Danlelii Irciimrer Jsinra
ii. Jr.! secretary w. II .Mitchell:
lam wcretnry W. W. (Irl . II. .Miller
orvo Williams. A. Mors.'. W. Wceliis. lowli
Hiiiallod Henry Clay riiiltli K. (Jarrlsoil
llf.T.N Turner lleiiry i'lne.Andrew Haines.
Section Ilnnd llooth Struck by a Freight
Train nml Ills Skull Fructured.
n accident occurred at the (lollsd stm t
isliitfor tlioSuiipel rslluar about 10 o'clock
Inir In n lilcti a section hand nauiu.1
Kly looltlnir scalp
id: otherwise lie i
r lie wa
le near tn
id llr. H. T.
l.owry. official surireon and physician of Hie
Hnnsut rallwur whs Immediately called and
ntleu lilm. llu pronounces lilslnjurle
serloiis.tr not ratal and gives but si
lor Ids recoiery However. lr con
diK'9not sot In there Is hoHi while there
The financial agent of the state penl
tentlarles has made his report for the
month of April The report makes the
ml tll.M'i M
April ISI receipts at Husk ...
A QHAVE MISTAKE.
The statements of the Express thl
morning concerning the arrest of David
Hairev. of this city charted with ruur
derTng Mrs. Sue Hancock at Austin on
the nlzht of December '21. are nu te mis
leading. The facts are that David
Hagey was boarding at Mrs. Hancock'
at a party with her daughters on the
night of the murder and on returning
home with them found the murdered
woman already dead : that he was not
suspected of the murder at all: that he
remained In Austin aevcral weeks after
the murder was committed : that be has
never made any secret of bis being In
San Antonio; that he has received let-
ters from detectives In Austin asking
him to help them make a case against
certain suspected parties to enable said
uetectives to maae money out oi me at
tectlvo Dayles yesterday he crossed
the street to spe-.k with Dim and was
not put under arrest that bis spiriting
away to Austin without giving him any
time to make arrangements for oounsel
or to see how his family Is to say the
least quite mysterious unaer me oir
oumstances. The most reasonable sun-
Doaitlon is. that under the Impression
that Hagey knows something ot the
murder Hancock oemg re-arresteu me
deteotlves hone to frlirhten some evi
dence outofblm that will lead to the
conviction of the guilty parties and give
tne omcera tne tiuuu reward onered
The end of Ibis allalr is not yet.
There Is nothing that adds so muchtn'
son&i ucauiy us u set oi nearly wmniniau
pure sweet breath. Ily usimr MOItLKV
dnlv M cents a
For sale by F. Kaltover & Hon.
The Two Brothers Baloon.
A novelty a curiosity and a flrgVclos
dlty tor creatlnir fripltllty am the autouiatio
rans in tho t wo iiromer s saloon itaptu
Cyclopean and irrespresslble
luuchus are unsurpassed.
!11clnl Programme of tho Celobrntlon at
the San rodro Springs.
lie rnllowlnifl Itio official proirrsuiuie nr
LiilorMcltlffliBcehbrattun or the '.'1st an.
rsnry or their emancipation to lake place
San Pedro sprints oiijuuelvi
oRPKit or mocassin!.
'rocsslon forms on .Military plaia at II a.m.
1 headed by tho Klitlilli Cavalry baud will
ami marshal or the day.
cclsior tluards commanded by Captain
npany or ci-soldler.
nomipw y o
IAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS "WIEIEIK: :
Itnu.lNi at ir
w will lie lii-M 'I lit. ii thopni
up llmmtmi stn-tt wlit-rt
ikeii to the sprlnirs
UMK AT T1IK HI'HIMl 2 I. M.
Ise. ly tlioclmpUln
laniHtlun of I'liiuiicl tuition.
by the Itcv. Mt
W. II. Mitchell.
(rut In ii of the thtv.tir W. W. (Irl
Alilrotm' tn l. fl.T hv the
niton uunrvllunMMiii iuluri'ie Mini .1 J.
iinlllon Aimtlu Itcv i;. II. Hmouthcrs.
llrHiirlrtl lion. llnrvn I'linrhnl Hon. J. 1.
mill linn. John li. rNmtni phd ah
'llioicnln)t f-ntprlHltiiiiftit will com-
lunciiijr. haw hull i-nniurt InmU ntclng
ittiou other forms of nimifts'iticiit.
nn it t nlho. Ho
an at Hint I n if on tlio truck look in if In an oh
nltuillnttlou fnmt an aiiiirunchlng frrluht
At 8 Cents.
Sheer India I.lnrii and Nainsook Diecks.
At I 2 I -2 Cents.
Cheskiil Muslins. '
At 20 Cents.
'aucy Lace effects. ' '
At 30 Cents.
"Spring Tide" a very stilish Batln I'lald rSvrt
Une trend llatlsles Persian twm Mulli.
l-ancy Iacv I'lalda. elo.
At 50 Cents.
I week the streaut or Kan purchasers was
slant nit .lay lonirMlie amount of Fans sold
.recdentod. T.Mly wu will adit two new
. Dm. lot of 3il fancy l'nlnti.1 and llm-
Ideml on Silk ami Hatln:
line lot or lll Artistically Palntwlaml Pane.
larvcd Handles wortli W.
At 10 Cents.
li l-'alirlei. Pit. I'... l-... n.. 1
At 12 1-2 Cents.
iliumlri'.lec.-Htrlvl. I'latn and Check.
I (llusham: a) pl.ves stylish American
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
MatlaaseHatteeus. Tlio Newest Wsali 0l.
At $25 and $28.
Hlclily i:ii)InIOcnal ItoUs.
runcy-ColonNl i.na-n nml Kmhroldcrics to
-il any or Uie Aintte froodn.
tn lliid after
April :w dltthurwd at Ituik.. .
April ) disburHcti for inalcrlal
prii ciiiii on imim . . ......
In hid report for tli
Nuiniicr of ric'Htttiinm -V
NiiidImt of dlftchuriff k m.
of McatKn'n. '
Tolul miiiibi-r of emit ictn i
month of 4nl
liim.l April 'M
of sick treuled tlurlnif tho
mvlcts itiiilo)itl In tho
Tho people It Is said will administrate c
(Inner In ull over In clover aud don't V(
tmchclors forvct It
what reirlou Walter will Infeit next
aud If the temperature will prevent his taking
too much backlnvto
tick out rn
rut at his hi
tho Canucks as ho has tiaTt
i.l It ii
s aro becomlna so handy that In
ho voters tlioy cannot keep their
hiuidHotr of them. Hut Ihn
ill uaiidlo them at tho proper time
ichool manns of 8 an Antonio tnay not
nrettlest. but thev aro certiintv ihn
ablest and brlKhtettt bevy of teachers that
t ut lie tno puro air or Text
ItciiUlutrtotho ouctttlou. what Is ralitpd I
r 'fines watermelons politicians una
11 Utile uiclilu i
horse thieves." ami said that somttln
tho bonier they nilo h- tules.
Tho fol.owlnir dronttM out of a rlimtei
ocket this morning' und l supiHtsed to hare
wn pvrpoiruiuu uy irwun Jirj sii
"Pa outsldothe jrato
in sou or state
"Hold. Jimmy stop
TUE NEWSPAPER MEN.
Becomlnt? Plentiful In Ban Antonio
Let's Have a Press Club.
pa-rmcu In San Autonlo aro frr
plentiful as black birds In a cherry t
Wliero they all come from; Is it mystery but
where and how they all lire Is not a inysterr
San Antonio Is a (food town for newspaper
vcntlon can testify and are testlf) liijr in their
The roUowluif Is a list of the scrlbbloi
boldlnir down iobs In this cltv.
On the Express staff Uiero are Messrs. Frank
G rice; 0. F.Cotton J. O. Howe U. M. liarus
Kvenlnff Times Win. Feririisoii IMC Tansy
l)ailyLmitT W. S. MeHsmer.T. II. John;
Frank CaMwell. II. Itvder.Tulor.
l.Tenlnjf l'niMr J. V Newcomb W Ran-
som I'runk H. Hushlck
Dally Opinion Honors. Hlukoaud Hart man
Freto rrcsso ror Texas-Missrs. U
Weekly Chief-Walter Scott and Mr. Head
oekly Stockman It. It. Claildtfo Chris.
Figaro II. Ityder-Tu)lor.
Itcobachter 'L. F. Lafrentz.
This list Is revised and coirected from tli
latest returns which howover arn believed
not an tn yet. a new patwr. tn
ported as beinff on Iti way non
have subsided. This list Is nuhlitWl. bo
understood not In tho Interest of anticipated.
chants or saloon tneu but In the Interests
tho city at largo. Its churches temperanoo
nuciei i es nau toung Mfi i uunsiiau associa-
Parasols Parasols I
Although tho Inroads made on this stock
as great the dally addition has kept uae
'1th the rush. This week we offer marvelous
Firiy Coachlnir Styles. Changeable 811k and
Fancy Kmbrnldered Matin Paragon frame a
big Job wortli V'M.
Sixty Ecru Pongees Paragon frames.
Kcru Pongee lined trimmed with handsome
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mikado Yum-Vutn and Nan-Ka-Poo styles.
We do not need to slug tho praises of our
Ourselves Other folks do that for us. Krory
customor Is an advertisement. Here are some
of the quotations for this weeks
At 1 0 and I 2 1 -2c.
Kg-yptlan and Oriental Laces 3 Inches-wide.
At 20 and 25c".
Ka-yptlan ami Orient d. In White Beige Fancy
Navy Ulue limn and Tan. At M and 3to
seven Inches wide. Iu tb. above styl...
At 45 Cents.
White and llelie. 13 Inches wldel and at BSC
White Kcru and llolge IS Inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
HoIm Pattern 10 yards India Lloen with t
yards or Kmbroldery In two widths at $3.60.
Ten yards tlno Linen D'lnde.Byardsof beauti-
ful embroidery at t)3.60. Fanoy Ktlmere and
Canvass Cloth Itnbca wtlh colored embroidery
trimming at SO Sia and 14. Pongee Dress
llobea at 7 S 15 10.60 and 20.
310-312 Military Plaza San Antonio Texas
Tinware Agate Iron war. and llulld.r.' Ilardwsr.
1'alnU Oils Olus Nails Cutl.ry Kte.
Agent (or the Daln Automatic Hay Stacker and Gatherer
(The (Ircstest Ijibor-Saylng Machine)
'lows. Bulky flows Uultlvalors Kte. Etc.
LANUIlKTIl'g UAItUKN HKKUS
Fence Wire ot Erery Description and at Lowest Prices.
On the Warpath.
I.lllle Klwoed swore out a warrant be
fore Justice Crawford charging Susan
ilovoe. colored with threatening last
evening to carve the once fair I.lllle into
small cnunks ami uistriDiua tnem around
the neighborhood "free gratis for
nothing." Julia I.usk. a sister Cyprian
heard me dire threats made by
Susan lloyce. The defendant Susan
Iloyce was In court hut still had her
war paint on. and was very bilious. In
deeda dose of blue pills would Im
prove ner temper anu relax tne angry
cast of her face. It la a case of Greek
avalnst Greek and of course there Is
bound to be a "lug or war" with the
modern improvements and attachments
1 ue trial was continued.
Stole a Iloree in Auatln.
Mr. D. P. Binlth exhibited a letter to
the l.iciur reporter this morning from
Mr. Duncan of Duncan A Houck livery
stable keepers of Austin which stated.
in suostance. mat mis nrm is also a suf
ferer by the horse-stealing propensity of
a man wno gave nia name as rnomss
Bailey and who hired a horse from them
last week and skipped out much after
the manner In whlob a fellow who gave
his name as T. K Bailey and who
answers the description sent from Aus-
tin victimized Meaars. Smith 4 llobln-
aon of thla city last Thursday. The
description given by Mr. Dunoan tallies
leriectiy wiin me descriptions or me
.'. K. Bailey who victimized these gen
tlemen and there is scarcely room to
doubt that Bailey Is plavlng a deep but
very bold game at this favorite pastime
oi i exas criminals.
Burglars I Thieves I
The residence of Mr. Gus Krlach. west
of the Alazan oreek was visited by
ourgiars last nignt. out tney ten in a tew
minute as bootless as tbey camo. They
awakened a servant girl sleeping In a
room and she screamed at the top of her
lunga. awaaing air. nriscn wno seized
his gun and fired two shots at the re
treat ng i gure ot a man running awav
In the darkness but It la thought the
suots uiu not isao eneci.
Not the Man.
A telephone message lust received
from Austin states that Constable Tsd
usner anu anomer man wno knew Mc-
Coy the murderer of old man Marshall
THE EXPRESS MESSENGERS.
Borne of tholr Movements A Cow
Thrown a Railway Coach at New
Messengerlt.il. Hayes ol the Wells
largo Kxpress company came In last
night with a full cargo of expreas mat-
ter. Nothing of Interrat reported be-
tween here and Houston. He says
however that the train killed a cow on
the track at New l'hlladelpbla whlob.
threw on" one of the trurka of a passen-
ger coaeh but did no damage Beyond
causing a delay oris minutes In getting
It on the track again.
Blackberries are plentiful aronnd
iticnmond and are selling cheap.
Kggs can also be bought along the line
at l cents per dozen.
rreu justen an oiu messenger on the
Texas Express compaay's lines now
uauicuou uie uouiii system is in me
city from Fort Worth where be has
Mr. K. Folger who came In from tha
west yesterday morning went east thla
morning on his run. Folger li one of
the handsomest fellows In the servloe.
George Campbell started west Friday
night and will return next week.
nouDS arrived from the west thla
u. . smitn starti west to-night.
A. II. Crlchton gets In from the west
u. .r. vusmng gets in rrom the west
This list la published for the benefit of
the friends or the messengers their fam
ines or meir gins so mat no irregulari-
ties In engagements or any business may
New Company Coming.
On June 7 an entire new comnanv will
appear at the Faahton theatre and thla
combination will embrace a dozen of the
most talented artists who have ever ap-
peared on the varletv ataare. The new
company will prove the moat powerful
aiiracuon wnicn naa yet oeen presented
at this resort. They present entirely
new features and tbelr novelties are aald
to be choice and select. It
200000 pounds barbed wire.
200000 pounds smooth wire (black.)
200000 pounds smooth wire (galvan-
have seen the nerson who waa arrested!
as McCoy In Austin and have failed to
identify mm ana tne .man nas oeen re'
Broke Hla Leg.
river yesterday at Lis ranoh below the
eitv. met with an accident. After fin
ishing bis bath and again robing him
self ne started to mount nis none ana
ride off but unluckily stepped upon a
roiung stone snppea ana leu so neaviiy
as to break one of his legs lie bow-
ever managed to mount bis horse and
ride for a doctor who set the fractured
limb last night
W. A. Burgeaa Called Home.
Mr. W. Burgess the well known at
torney ot Beguln arrived at the Mengdr
notet last nignt rrom r lor esviue ana
lelt for Seguln this morning. Mr. Bur
gess has been called home' by the serious
illness of hla daughter aged 21 yean
who has a very bad attack of scarlet
lever wuicu it is learea win ena many
as In the case of Dr. Vandell'i child
who reoently died In Seguln from the
Tho regular meeting of Alamo Lodge No.
41 A. K.andU. will bo hold this evenlnir at
S o'clock sharp. Klectlon of officers Mom
tiers of Auchor Lodge NO. iSl and vlsltlug
Worcester patent wire fence stays.
Darlington s catent barb-wtra lev.r
latch etc. etc
It will be to the Interest of
the merchant farmer stockman
and builder to see ns before pur-
chasing elsewhere. We are deter-
mined to sell and will make low .figures
to parties wbo want car load lots.
Qlve us a call or write to Piper 4 Bchal-
mess o iu u i xturri ana HV Market
streets San Antonio Texas.
5-17-lm Pirxn 4 Schultbkss.
He Is Here Is Itsy.
Dr. Weathera la here to stav.
practice It growing daily. Ue has mat
with tine success and has credentials as
a thorough physician second to none.
His remedies are safe pleasant and effi-
cient. Children take them cheerfully.
v isits wuu prescriptions si eBjwBer
In the olty. Chronlo diseases solicited.
Office at Nette's drug store( residence
227 Elmlra street. Telephone Mo 118.
The Best Salve In the world for CuU
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kheum
Fever Sores. Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Bktn Srup-
tlons and positively ouree Piles or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to (It
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Prioe IS cents per box. For salt by A.
Drless. ' ly
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 118, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 5, 1886, newspaper, June 5, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144864/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .