San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 335, Ed. 1, Friday, November 12, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Paint Tour Roofs.
ll hfcTtnr your roof painted wnll ttirr wll
UBttlircetltora m loiir. and Hops .ipalltho
flaw and small holts there by prevent I tir
leak tlurtntT tho rtorui aim mint of t hp com
In winter month. Onltrs lilt witU tno at
IhrcnrtiOr f vrniia U and Hounton Hirt
will Ik- prompt I) and MtltrHCtnrlly dmm Alio
All kinds of Imuf 'rn and mrrlsirc ptntlrr
mirmtiof Kome.riV.Ban w ham been
aelUoir Dr. Klns New tfaooverr Mwtric
Hitters and lluoklcn'a rnlca Salve for two
yean. Hare nercr handled romedlw thai It I
caaeiof pronounced consumption nare been
entirely cured br the use of few bottle of
Ir. Kinjra New Dlsoorerr taken In connec-
tion with Kloctrlo Ulttera. Wo iruarant.
Jlet material iiHd. I tiarac
iDerasiwari. soia dt a. irreisa.
Volume VI. Number 335.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12. 1886.
Only $5 a Year
m 0 a m s.x'B
WANT TO UK
Fall and Winter Goods
(IK T SOMK HOLII) INFO
They have one of the Finest and Largest Stock of
Goods ever before brought to this market.
GRAND SALE! IMMENSE DRIVE!
H. D. Kampmnnn Proaltlont -
Celebrated Lagar and Specially Brewed
-- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTON-CO. TEXAS
EMERSON'S PICTURE GALLERY
If this Gentleman should got
hard up ho would go to J. M
Emerson for assistance as Einor-
son's is the best place in Texas to
get money or spend it. Next to
the Court-house. San Antonio.
(livery Stables & Hacts Collected
Mender Hotel. Il-dlea embalmed and hipped
It. MAT I OK F1I0M
Morning Oct. 18
and A lamo Sts.
Otto Koehlor Soc. and Mnnngor
Wish to Buy a Neat Well-Fitting
SUIT OP CLOTHES FOR FALL;
IK m. LOOK AT
Elegant Line at $10.00
$1 l.50$13.50 $15
Hats Shirts. Underwear
252 and 254 Main St
CARTER & MULLALY
Livery Feed and Sale Stables
4iJ anil 44 Aliimo lMuiu
SAN ANTONIO. ... TEXAS
(VBpeclal Attention ipven to forwanllnr
bodies to all parts of the united Status. Tclo.
ynuiie vunueviiun. vaiuiiienaou ui.r .
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
om all parts of tho Olobo Con-
densed and Dolled Down.
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The cuncrrt tor the benefit of the Con- t
federate home at Auitln U Hied for De-
inber 27. i
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rcrterday at Tyler charged wllh I
ilng Ihelr employer. Mr James Ada
six mues irom i yier oi siiasj
ney was stolen on 'fuesday while
r. Adum and fuinlly were In town at-
ndlng Hie circus.
General Nelson A. Miles of the U. S.
was In r.1 '1'aso yesterday and says
at a ilelacnmcnt of United Slates
ronps In civilian garb will leave Nogales
a few unys and endeavor to capture
ven or (lulu Indians of Oeronlmo's
I'd who have not yet surrendered.
Kimball director of the mint.
says the riillnilelplila mint lias resumed
10 coinage oi peiiiui s anu nioaie. now
i order to supply the demand lor minor
coins. Tho quota of silver dollars has
en reduced at rhlladclphla and In
creased to somo extent at Ban Francisco
and New Orleans lie says the Phila-
delphia mint Is now turning out minor
ins to ino value 01 juw per usy.
Mill Kll7.ubetli Hose Cleveland (art
some of the newspapers have been ptib-
ning lies on hit.
CniUAflo. Nov. II. The annual ron
cut Ion of the Farmers' National Alli
ance bi gun lure today. About 200 ilel"-
gnK ( rt irfcntlng local assemblies In IP
stntcs were present. A. J. Mprceter
resident of thn Alliance made a
nglhv address. In which be set forth
he evils from which farmors. as a clas.
are sintering ami urged the necessity of
organizing against encroaohmcnts of
l'he brewers of Patterson have lolned
anils wllh those of New York and Long
sland. formed a combination to main-
aln the price of beer and put a check on
boycotting and labor unions. Kaoli and
everr brewer Is rcnulred to deposit SIB-
000 In cash as a guarantee of good faith
is sum tu ue lorieueu u me agreement
violated. It Is estimated that the
guarantee fund will reach very nearly
f l.uuo.ooo. All existing contracts are to
be carried out and hereafter the prao-
ice ot rnrnishing costly saloon lutings
nd signs will be tpscontlnued. The
ricu ot neer is to De per oarrei wun
per cent uiscount. ii a customer
changes his brewer tbe percentage will
uu only o per cent. anu tno orewer must
pay $2 per barrel to the association for
every barrel furnished the new custom.
er. i ue ooject 01 mis provision is to
prevent ruinous competition.
Cincinnati. November 11. The opin
ion of the Untied Slates circuit court In
ho case of the government against the
American Hell Teleohone comuanr was
delivered this morning by Judge Sage.
is very voluminous anu is in isvoroi
the Hell Telephone company sustaining
tueir vaiuatue patents.
Chicago. November 11. A new plan
lo suppress bucket sbops and restore
speculative trading to Its former chan-
nel fs being agitated by a number of
members of the Board of Trade. The
lea Is to abolish the market reporting
department of the board at least tem-
porarily. Without the olllclal quotations
received over the tickers It Is claimed
bucket shops cannot secure enough pa-
ronage to pay oiuce expenses.
St. Lol'is November 11. The evl-
mic'h In the exnress robbery case as
far as Is made public goes to prove that
Messenger uhtiu a. voineringnani was
an nrcessory. or at least a willing vio
lin in i ne auair. rne uiscrenanciea in
Isstalenieets lolhe detectives Indicates
hat he knows more of the manner in
which the robbery was planned and
xecutea tnan ne would lite to nave
I'rlnce Bismarck Is Inclined to favor
the Prince of Mlngrella as a candidate
lor the throne of Bulgaria I'rlnce
Nicholas lias an especially good society
reputation in iierun as wen as in si.
I'owderlv declines to talk with out'
tlders on strike matters.
San FitA.sct'CO. November II. .1. D.
Mollnnoll a Itusslan resident of this
ity claims no nas invented nitro-giyc
rine oomos. ue says ne nas umcov
I 1i u lit with which nllro-glvcerlne
may be mixed making It non-explosive
but by adding another chemical nltro
glycerine Is transformed to Its original
Tiumiva November II I'rlnce Wald
tnr. has sent atelrgrnm lo the regents
expressing his grateful sense ol the
liOHor conferred on hliu by tho sobranle
In electing him prince of Bulgaria lie
Btates however that tbe decision as to
tunce rests with his rather tbe
king of Denmark and adds that other
duties may prevent nit assuming tne
ruiersnin ot uuigana.
Nkw Vouk. Nov. 11. Miss Annie
iloxle the 18-year-olU nleoe and adopted
augnicr oi uercert ai. noxie vice
resident and general manager of tbe
usfoiin t'acinc raiirina. was marriec
at noon today to Mr C Tborne former
iow ot st. ioiiis. ai
l'liiuuKLi'int Nov 11 An explosion
occurred In tho cigar box manufactory
or uenry n. sneep dc uo. at i.ui ana
nw unnuoipn street tois aiternoon
which blew out the rear wall badly In'
luring a number of young men women
and girls and Imperiling the lives of 100
mure rne manufactory is a three
tory brlok structure.
Oleanera and Aids.
The eutiDer given last night bv the
Gleaners and Ladles Aid society of
raine iuetnoaist cnurcn was patronized
very extensively by tbe gentlemen until
quite Iste. A variety ot tbe delicacies
and solids of the season's bill of fare
was to be bad well cooked and well
served. Among tbe ladles present the
i.iaiiT reporter saw uiesusines sue
Wash J. J. Stevens Dewees Maddox
Hord. Crawford. Favllle. Moore.
Misses Nichols Eager Weir Favllle
Hambletrn. Chew. Camnbell. Lauder.
dale and Miss Moore of LaG range. The
reclpts formed quite a nice sum In aid
oi tue cuurcu wora.
Several of Them Want It.
Titer's going to be a lively race for tbe
ollloe of street commissioner. W.Camp
bell John Cavanaugh and Jas. T. A
Bowman were prompt In olalmlng tbe
eullrages of the people and now Jake
Marshall and K. J Quirk announce their
Intention of running for the office. And
It is said that several other eandldates
ure waiting developments before they
Tlie office of street commissioner Is an
Important one and the principal quali-
fications ale a good knowledge of en
glneerlng and construction. Without
these the oflloer Is not likely to do any
substantial good for the oily.
Thltmornlng In thin court nesrlv the
siLki " V .r...jli Cm.
committing n' aggravated assault nn
one Uustav Hohrani. a while mull. Ite
convicted and sentenced to three
months In the county Jail and lo pay a
ineonnuoi a. u. uarreu. cnargcu
onai sureties for MOO.
Locarlo ltloi In Jail wa released on
y&iUDonu given oy jonn miners jr.
r.ignt oases were coniinuru.
The grand Jury reported finally and
were discharged. Ther reported 18 In-
dictments to-day and 15 the other day
XI In all.
New esses Hied:
Mllburn Wngon company VI. l'olke it
(Hanger. Suit on note.
l.uclmU Uwlnn vs. Jesse I'. (Iwlnn.
Divorce suit on the grounds of cruel
Ireslment to herself anil children.
This court In se'slnn this morning
psssed upon tho following business:
The aucount of Collector Jose Cas-
slano lor occupation taxrs collecled for
I he ipiurter ending September 110 was
examined and approved. It shows a
total of JS.ir.17 collected out of which he
deducted his live per cent commission
$151 W. Ills rrport of other money
amounting to $17.37 collected was
The quarterly report of C. II. (lines
constable of precinct No. 3 for quarter
ending October M was examined and
Quarterly report of Fred Ilader con-
stable precinct No 1 of lines collecled
$7.1 during the last quarter was exam-
ined and approved.
Other reports of oDlcers were re
ceived and aoled upon.
lue commissioners nave aineu lor
hlds for supplies for the county poor-
house to be handed In not later than
Casanovas qualified and gave bond
as constable for precinct 4.
Also George It. Dashlell as district
The greatest ten cent show on earth
Matinees Thursday and Friday at 2:30
two matinees on saiuruay at l
and 3n. m. Children 10 cents. Orand
II wllh Palmer's M nstrels and Circus
Co. Sunday ulght at Krlsch's ball at 8
Marketa by Telegraph.
IF.Tir..lv ronnrtiKl for the I.lnilT bv E.O
Palmer & Co.!l Solodad street.l
New Youk. November 11. Cotton- Futures
o)ieiiua steariy ueceraner swta;viK): jsnu-
Jihd.'Ht April. u.:rcau.W: May. ii.(tviiu.t;c.
onj Call Market steady. Ilwemlwrr P.H1
uuyj January w.uwftii.iuci reuruury v.iwu
llto: Varcb. UJSki: Aorll. V.UKil'J.uc: May.
Vohii.Nov. ll.i:l.Vn.m.-Stock Market
Delaware and Lackawana 1.WSI Kortliwest'
ern lUHt BU Paul ir4
cmoAno. Nov. 11. Wheat Dccfiinlier d
livery 74o. Corn Decemlwr delnery 3flc.
fork January delivery iu.u. i.aru jan
ary delivery .
Nkw Voaa. Novcmlier II llra-Cottee Uh
kit -January dellvcrj'. II: Deceiubir d
III cry lU.lal.
Another Bull I
A typographical bull was made" In the
tour vesterdav bv tbe Intelligent com-
losltor In setting up tbe word "Novem-
ier." which should have read non-mku
iikih in tbe card beaded "Another Me-
lv to Guenlber." The error occurred
ust about the same time the norther
itruck town. It Is warm enough this
morning around me prooi reader s ucsk
The Veteran at Rost.
Air. Sam Kverett. a Texas veteran
well known in San Antonio died on
Wednesday at the confederate borne In
Austin and was burled vesterdav In tbe
Home's cemetery. He was a member of
company K eighth Texas cavalry and
was pie sent at me storming oi uoxar.
The confederate home has been of use
In comforting the deellnlng days of the
joor old veteran anu it is graiuying to
earn that even now In Its Infancy It Is
able to care tor -n inmates i.ei tue
good vi ork go on.
The scoon reporter of tho Times bragi
of another scoop. In that It published i
three-line Item a ween ago ot luo aniici
pated Bota-Guarache election light
wnicn ine uuht iiiii not ouoiisn until
Wednesday after mature research after
the truth Tbe Liqht and the Express
last week scooped tho Times badly on
tbe killing of II I ram Bennett In Zavalla
oounty on tbe Bib which the Timet
printed yesterday the 11th. Another
piece of news (?) In this paper yesterday
Is that judge noonan nas purchased
lot on Dlenowltv bill and will build
residence. Tbe Judge has owned some
acres on tbat bill for several years
come again "scooper"
City Collector llauelsen makes tbe
folio vlng report for tbe month of Octo-
ber: Delinquent tax $ 0.0B
Advalorem tax. 1884 178 C3
Advalorem tax I8$B 331.45
Occupation tax 4381.
City pound 28.20
Market rent C70.I
Hecorder'i court 075.
Donalson and Oakland St. bridge 270.00
Cemetery lots 100.1
Bexar County fund
Public Superintendent fund.
Bands and Heart.
Mr. Granville II. Martin editor of the
rori worm commercial-Reporter was
marriea yesteruay oy tne iter. nr. rioua.
der to Lula daughter of Mr. G. W. Kon.
kle at tbe residence of the bride's pat-
ents. Tbe happy couple left on the In
ternatlonal train last night for Fort
norm wuere mey win in me future
Stanllaut Pfander was married yester-
day afternoon to Mist Mary Bepz by
Justice Adam. In tbe evening tbe
brtdal party held a reuepllou and many
iricuua were presetlt.
Last night Ulrlch ltothenflue('Tele'
wat married to M'tt Ida Sieberiuann I
the residence of the bride's parents. N
735 North Flores street. The pretenll
were many ana oi a uteiui enaraoter. n
larso number of friends were In attend
snoe and hearty congratulations were
im orucr oi tue evening.
rls. Texas will- Issue $20.
ill to build a city hall. A committee
been appointed to select n site.
The Texas t Paclllo Railroad Co. will
bnllcl an addltlnnal car shop 40x130 feet
Ilovd .t Webster. Dallas Texas lately
reported as enlarging their planing mill
n pulling in new machinery content-
ate erecting a new mill next year.
atnes II. Smith Austin Texas has
nineneed developing a llthogranh-
one quarry In Burnet county.
he ll islron A Taylor llallroad Co.
ave changed Ihelrname to llin Taylor.
Increased their capital stock from $300-
road from Bastrop lo Houston.
he Wichita Falls Wlnlleld Hall-
T Co.. canllal stock S20.C3. has been
ncorporated In Texas with Isaao Jalo-
lck. J. s Mnvfleld. It. K. Hull. W. A.
McCutcheon John O. James C J
reen u. 1. Knott ami others as uirect-
F. II. Ittlnh. Columbus. Texas c
templates erecting refrigerating works
It Curne from "PI."
there Is a paper In Texas oalleil tho
unpiecute' anil many wonuer where
earth the founder discovered suuh an
tlaiullsb name. The New Vork Sun
us nccounts for I Is origin:
it is said mat when the II rat number
the Jlmnlecute. published at Jeller-
son Texas was about to be printed tbe
proprietor wuo oau not yet ueciueu up-
on a name for his paper nloked up a
handful of "pi" from the Imposing
tone and set the type thus taken at
random In his composing slick. The re-
ne auopteu as tne name tor tne news
nut mis must ue laxcn cum grano.
Thk Laredo Times tiles a bill of Indict
ment against Cralnfor attempting tode-
feat the regular nominees of Webb
county demooracy for the legislature;
or "pronouncing a pot-nouie nar-
Hon" In Webb roiintv. For theso and
imnar causes tne limes announces us
tentlon of defeating the said Cralnln
the nominating convention of two years
lence anu serves due notice upon mm ot
Increasing tho Population.
On Wednesday night Mrs. It. Geblcrt.
wife of an attache of the Jlsllorvatesm-
sblp line pre' ented her husband with a
very pretty gin. and almost at tne same
time airs itnains wire ot a popuiari
press messenger who resides across t
street made her husband the father of a
very line boy.
Last night Mrs. "Pink" McCoy or
North Flores street became tbe proud
motner oi a line pouncing ooy.
Complaint It made that omnibuses
and hacks coming from the Sunset depot
to ine city inuuige in racing on avenue
i). anu uy sucn course tcoparaize tne
lives and vehicles of others who may be
using the same road. Many citizens
are complaining ot trus uangerous prac-
tice and think tbe police should put a
stop to it
Scrambling For It.
Tho position of oounty physician Is
not a remarkably honorable one neither
there much money in it out many oi
the physicians or city are alter it ana
proposed to scalp the veteran Dr. It. I..
Graves who seems to have a patent
right on the place. While the new can
didates are working hard to get the
position nr. Graves sips his toddy anu
ays "Here's to you" seemingly sans-
neu mat ne win ue uis own successor.
Held in Jail.
Mr. Tom Smith. Jr.. proprietor of the
Brunswick hotel. Austin has had a pre
liminary examination on the charge of
uaving inuruereu Israel Siemens a col-
ored mnu formerly of San Antonio but
late or Austin i ne evidence aeveiopeu
case of unlustlllable murder and Ju
tice 1'urccll remanded Smith to Jail
without uonu. A writ ot naueai corpus
wat at once mied out and beard by
Judge Walker. After having heard the
testimony and taken me case under ad-
isement me juuge naa maintained me
cuon oi justice rurceu. An ar
will be taken. In the meantime
Smith has to remain In Jail.
How Matters Stand
In accordance with the resolution of
the city council the street commissioner
has discharged Foreman Cottello and
tue iiiree men working me niougus anu
scrapers. This leaves 12 men and 10
carts to do the whole work of tbe elty
ana mey are utviuea as louowi:
seven men working at tne gravel Dili
Ten carta hauling gravel to Burleson
street to repair damage! by washouts.
ine three men working on aavaua
street finishing tbe grading commenced
bv the ploughs and sorapers.
The other two men carpenters are
engaged in putting in culverts on uur.
With tblt limited force tbe street com
missioner It quite unable to cope with
tbe repalrt exiled for lo varlout partt of
Aransas Pass Notes.
Conductor Owen Slnnott left tblt
morntnar with a full train for Cornus
Cbrlstl and other points along tbe line.
Messrs. Shiner Brothers with Mr. I.
Marohant at' agent have opened a new
e Axansaa I'asaaepoi. tuey
will carry on a general merchandise but.
Iness. These gentlemen are well known
not only in mis city out throughout
western l exti ana we preuiot tor mem
Train Matter J. A Greater returned
Ust evening from Corput Cbrlttl.
The young men In the vicinity of the
depot emolovet of the company and
others.have organized social club wltb
a view ot naving dances entertain
.mentt etc. twice each week during the
resident Lott' B. F. Yoakum and
ler offlcert connected with tbe road
who went down with the excursion are
Mr. Martin Sohlebel celebrated bit
tU'.rty-tlrst birthday In royal style yes
teruay anu at nigni entertaineu
friends at the Arbelter Vereln hall.
Urge number 'of frletdt were present
tbe lager flowed freely there wat ample
lunob for all. and dancing for all who
eared lo Indulge In It. The fun wat kept
up until a late nour ana tuei. me guests
retired wishing that Mr. Sohlebel would
live to celebrate a oentury of blrthdtyi
and tbat tbey might be tbere to Join In 1
Men Boys and Children.
Wo hnve inblvn'ipcolal effort tblaoiuo.i In
MrhlMiWf JokctinJ rants IS 00 1
wiiorrcMimcroNiilta 3 m
KKMliwnol I .) lluslinrro Suits ... 4 Ml
ThfUPironnlmrPw nf mir rnanv .nmlti
Any of them suits 1W boys chlMren or men
ally kept In this dfpartiuf nt.
-19 NOW OS
Wo aro Proparod to Glvo Spocial
Carpets Rugs and Mats.
Body Brussels Velvet
MATH Nil VerytliMxl
VANUY MATTING Uial
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212-214: Ck)mmeree Street 212-214
Cor. Military Plaza
I AM HKCEIVINO AS FOLLOWS :
New Raisins Curants and Citron.
Call and Inspect My New Goods.
TO THE WISE.
MONEY SAVED IS
You Can Accomplish this by Buying Your
Boots and Shoes at
249 COMMERCE STREET.
We have the Laraest and Best Assorted Stock
Ever Brought to San Antonio.
Ladies' Kid Button
GENTS' KIP BOOTS
FYOtTI fl2 tO ffc5
1 '-' vfl -
In feet we have everything in the line of Foot Wear aud wo
defy competition. It' you will send or come to as
yon will be dealt fairly with nn all
customers are at
249 Commerce Street
Ihli line. ItPtul what wo will offer you. All
Kn Mtn'i SulU nto vuluo JAM
m Men's Sulu.Cujnltncro (romla. ........ 7 ui
KJO Men's First clttisWimlen fulti 10 00
with wi.fi)i wn nivnn mir fall t1r nf rlnlhlnr.
can Im worn in! will look and winr as well M
GOODS OF ALL iW
Bargains in Evory Ocpartmont
rhrtJ. Come and so If unr styles
it Carpi't yatd wMo rtfO
Carpets Fall Line.
and Trevfno Avenue.;
AS M AS MADE !
Boots all grades
IU tp .UU.
GENTS' OALF BOOTS
From $3 to $10.
Q n r Antnnln Tovq o
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