San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 340, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 18, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
W D. Hort Co- Whnissala and RtU
truss ists of Home Ma. ears i W hsvs boen
rUln( Dr. Kim's New fitsooverr Hsotrle
flitters and llucklon's Amies Salve for two
years. Have never handlod remedies that
jo well or sir suoh universal aatlafaotlofi.
There hare boon souse wonderful imres ef-
fected by theae mcdleloestntlilacltr. -Several
oasos of proDounoed consumption hare been
entirely oorrd be the use of a. fow bottles of
!l hlTirt i-iiurnirifi painted well Hie wll
iMttbrrotlmosBi Ioljt fm.lHni.fl .inalllho
Hftws urd small holee therelir prMptitlnr
loth during too stortii ana rajnt nr tne
Itifr winter month. Owtn Ittt with mc
thrcurcer of ATcniM K n1 Houston st
wlilhn itrttmntlr ntid f utllfacU'l llr done j
all ktndR of house itirn and earrlairo ra1utliif
them si wars. Bold br A Drctss.
Volume VI. Number 340.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THUSRDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1886.
Only . $5 a Year
WANT TO IlK THOItOUOIII.V
'.POsTKO ON NEW
Fall and Winter Goods
UKT80MKHOI.il) INFORMATION KltOM
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
Prom all Parta of the Globe. Con
ilensed and Holled Down.
Ksulhsrs bun been onlereil to Ml.
Little Itoek. Ark. bail ball an Inch of
now on tbe ground yesterday.
Levi Smith it Co.. halters. New ork. I three negro women mi An. tin ureel.
assigned. Preferences I73.UOO. m ar tliu Kovernment Ice laotorv were
Germany will Issue a loan of 7alHWtlOO cli llnetl 13 uy the recorder inn
arks to balance the next budget i morning fr being drunk and disorderly.
Waeo hna had a veritable aleet and 1 1 ii'iwr V r? "P
They have one of the Finest and Largest Stock of
Goods ever before brought to this market.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS !
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann Prosldont - Otto Koohlor Sec. and Manncrer
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
.ll) WITH A
Gigantic Stock in all Departments
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED T" THE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Mciiilmnts lulvortiBo in various
wttys hucIi as "Selling Out at
OoBt" "DumiiKOd OooiIb" etc. try-
ing to gull the public Hint tlioy
poHSCKB peculiar advantages by
which they 'nro cmibleil to soil
cheaper tliun their competitors ut
(ho Bitmo time Boiling tit a good
profit. They perpctuuto ft fraud
on a generous public by offering a
lower grnde of goods which nro
palmed off ns good nnil sold as
Knch season it has been my
earnest endeavor to iuiprovo tlio
quality and make of goods and to
sell them at reasonable prollt
giving each customer his money's
worth iu each purchase In fol-
lowing out this course I have
boon successful- nnil urn proud to
say my business has Increased
each year and is now
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment o
olluifi the Kind in the South.
-fturlng toe Beaton I will ofer extra Inducements In all departments.-
N. W. Corner Main Plaza
San Antonio Texas
Eight Uold Soldiers and Two Trnrape
Now In the Luw'a Clulcntm.
The eight soldiers ol Company A Kit li
Inlaiitry together with lha two tratups
named James Hardin anil Andrew .Mar-
ket who became drunk on two kega of
beer alolen by the tramps from a car on
thuSunret mllwar track Tuesday nlgiit.
anil broke up furniture In the homes ol
now lorui; tbe ground all envered.
The tnaraula c f Salisbury has haatllr
summoned the. English cabinet to meet.
lenmt waa made to notion Ar
mour's family hut It waa not sticcess-(ill.
The weather clerk promises dear
weather a tittle warmer wluda norlh-
Collins a I nkerlnn detective was ar
rested at Chicago for clubbing a man to
Travel In Minnesota Is impeded by
ow. TLo worst blluard In Nuvimber
All hotels or reataurants In Vermont
loir oleouiarirarlne mint noit notice to
Ilelden. M miles north of Kort Worth.
bad a riot In which thrcu men were
shot none fatally.
Tbe United States voverntnent baa
ordered an enquiry Into the Mexican
Sllitht snow at Kansas City butbtavy
snows on the plains west of there and
The Iniiinctlon suits airalnst Sioux
Itr Iowa liquor dealers stick and every
saloon will soon close.
The llrst reirlment has been dismissed
from duty at the Cblcaxo slock yards;
tue sccotiu soon win c.
The exnress company has furnished
to banks merchants and brokers n de-
scription of the stolen bends.
A rape (lend near Troy attempted two
ltraires. but was foiled and tailed at
Temple to prevent lynching.
Mayor Orace of New ork has ap-
lnted Mrs. Marr Nash and .Mrs. Urace
Jodge sohool commissioners.
The annual nieetlntr of!the Western
Associated press Is now being held In
uetroll. .luowing is satisiaotory.
I.tabllllles of the hnrsted First Na-
onal bank of l'lne lllutt. Ark are
$3S0O0O. Hank examiner la In charge.
l'ulltzer. of the New Vork World.
gives the democratic party editorial In-
structions bow to flee the wrath to come
The Cblcaico butchers will not sign
tbe agreement keeping back ten days'
pay. Most oi ine otner woramen uiane
A snow sll 'e avalauclied the i.ead-
vlllu Huge Into u gulch 200 feet deep
llfteen miles east of Aspln anil live pass-
engers were fatally hurt.
The relief boards of tbe several ma
sonic associations are In session at St.
ouls ilevlilntr wars to prevent frauds
pon totiges uy inose unwortuy oi rener.
The Indiana cattle alllloled wltb lunir
worms were Infected from New Vork
calves. Dr. salmon sars It a not neces
sary to Kill mem; quaramine anu euro
tneiu is is auvioe.
Fort Worth Is locating another road to
run westerly through Tarrant l'arker
Jackson anu xoung counties to Sey
mour. It is thought that tbe c. u. u
are at tbe bottom of this enterprise.
Haln and cold east of the Mltslw ddI:
now and blizzard west of the Mlssls-
sIdd I. from Wisconsin to the uulf. Is the
signal service report. Telegrams are
greatly neiayea uy ine condition oi ino
The Southwestern Interstate Fair and
Exnosltlon of Fort Worth.bas been dulv
chartered. It will aim to take In all the
southwest Louisiana California and
Old anil New Mexico. It will heat I'al
las or bint.
The Cattle Growers association favors
extermination of- rattle Infected
with pleuro-pnetimonlu and disapproves
oi innocuiation as a remedy tor in
ease. It was thought than a $1500(10
congressional appropriation would
eradicate toe uisease.
Tbe meeting of the Ironuola olub of
inicugo was mo occasion oi a very
lengtuy speccn on laria reiorm uy non
John U. Carlisle of Kentuckv. Ills re
marks were a denunciation of protect-
ive tarlfl and an advocacy of tarifl re
form uieveianu Hewitt unset t:ox
KHz John 1'ortcr Hill of New York
uetiuoni t iiurnian anu otners sent let
ters of regret.
CUIDADO HAN ANTONIO.
For the nasi ten vears tbe nress of San
Antonio has uuceasingly preached to
our uood people that we must wake up
to a full realization of our needs and
necessities to keep pace with the times.
and establish asystem of sewerage prove
our streets anu suiewaias ueautny our
plazas ami nuun some iirst-ciass noteis;
and then we could justly and without
fear of successful contradiction claim
San Antonio as tbe grandest Invalids
paradise on earth and with a liberal
amount of printers ink every year our
rewald would he one hundred thousand
sight pleasure and health-seekers every
season. The golden opportunity Is
lowly but surely passing from us un
less .we get up anu uuuip ourselves
Our. nelebbor. Austin has lust couiDle-
ted tbe finest arranged hotel lu tlio
unueu aiaies at cost oi $ouuuuu anu
her enterrrlslng citizens has raised
within tbe last ten days $1300 to
auveruse neraavamsgea as a oeaitD re
sort and ibe will have a nroDosltlon be.
fore her people at tbe coming election
for a thorough system of seweraec.
which ir successful will enable her to
come to our very hotel doors and take
our winter gueats rrora us. Even now
there are guests at tbe Menger hotel
who will leave for Austin the moment
tbe Dr skill la opened
To our mossback friends wo would say
these are stubborn facts; put tbeiu In
your Dlbe and smoke them tben turn
new leaf and come out as a' full-fledged
enterprising citizen and let us make
San Autoulo what It should bo the
II vest town on this continent
r Insiiectlon before the luilgi
to inu louuwiug name I i mis.
enia. 1'at Keeiian. David Itecil. .lolin
Johnson Clias. I . .May John Ullli aplv
Kicliard llenkrod anil (.liristiui) r.ukert.
be live negro women and the two
itiiinled iioliiHiulUcera lestllled against
In in verv severely saying they llrst
m to Kale Johnson's liiiuii! where
hi girls neru slaying. First I hey
i iv n rock In the window
kakettit'tn up then tltry broku open
front door and rolled a keg of beer
I'lils was the last ken. the llr.t kei!
being urn tl to get them drunk enough to
ii) kind of mHchler. rney told the
it n In get out and they did ru and
men then broke up all the furniture
the house and drank more of the beer
ami they went tolho next home mat of
Itacliel Mil lllolcl's house where she
and Scntl) McDonald a girl were sleep-
r. i iii y urniiK ueer ni.u ture upuioiii-
: and broke furniture there and llien
nt to llclllt' Shepherd and Julia Don-
s' hnii.e and treated theui the aamc
y Hie sttill they damaged nua scat.
ml lo the. winds and nunc til the aril-
arc M l in s nir Thev d d not
top until the police werecouilng when
v skinned out and only three
I'sled. hut their canlain arrested the
Ihers. ami lucked them lu the guard
house where they were arrested by tbe
ioiicu jesteruay. A cnarge of burglary
las been made against the entire 10 men
before Jusiice llarnes and this with the
M lines lor each man anu me piinisn-
eut by the Military authorities after
the elvll authorities are done with theui
111 make Ilium wish they hud never
tarted out on such an expedition or
fooled with such negro women.
He Haa Changed His Beat.
A local broker who Is In the habit
paving dally visits to Oeorse Dullnls'
ottlce In search of business alwavsocou
pled a favorite seat that was on the hot
air radiator of tbe healing apparatus.
In tbe summer and until lately that was
all right bqt yesterday Mr. Dullnlg
tbe apparatus to work. Tbe broker
not know this when bo came In imlllni
on Tuesday tnornlnir. lie of course too
his favorite seat but he got up much
quicacr man qu sat tiown anu um not
require any one to ten uiiuinai me ram
ator was working
OUlt COUNTY UOADS.
VhIuo to tho City and Uood ItO'
him Anlonlii LliillT
It s to be fcartd that the county coi
isslumrs of liexar partake of the gi n.
eralseniltuent that ilirl rpads arcnl hut
suirll value as thoroughfares for the
the common sentiment but It is
erv erroneous us well as nernlclous.
Dirt roads are the thoroughfares for the
aaaes otine people in getting the pro-
ueta ot their farms to market. Any man
can drive his vehicle along mill I road-
railroads stand on u dlllereut footing. It
ell established fact that towns and
ltles which enjoy a good wagon trade
thrive and prosper lu an unexampled
anner for the sln.nle reason that the
products brought In upon wagons are
owneu uy small tanners wnouave a wish
to snip mem to luctors in a remote city
atid therefore sell them out of hand.
Owing to lis simerlor wealth -ure.iter
umber of buvers and greater railroad
facilities San Antonio Is the best market
In western lexas. for all farm products
s.uaiiKS give It unequalled lacllltles
for discounting all mercantile tinners -a
circumstance of the utmost Importauce
to tne stale or farm product
nun tne aiimtitiii advantages. an
Antonio should be the market for the
roducts grown within thn radius of a
uudred miles of her. With tin-tun
uri roans sun wouiii easily grasp inn
trade. Those who sold their farm pro-
uols here would hiiv their dry goods.
hardware and groceries hero thereby
enricning our city
l would suggest to the county com
mlssloncrs that they endeavor to have
tne principal dirt roans in uaxar put in
the best order poslbl Thoroughness
ot worK on mem is wnat is needed
tchlng them up Is a waste of time.
That what Is worth doing. Is worth do
ing well" is strictly true or Um work
lone on dirt roads. Theroiintv convicts
should bn wntked. exclusively on thn
rlnclpal roads and kept at work upon
hem until such roai's are nut In really
good condition ir nriugea ne needed on
streams let them he liulltllf hoggy spots
The following business wastransaoteil
in the vogi road case a jury of vie
for a thlrd-uiass road was appointed as
follows: Herman Dalwlg. I). Fromme
II. van ltaub J J. lloyle and Charles
In the Deats-Boyle road case action on
the report of the Jury of view deferred
oseu roau in ine same direction navi
ten applied for.
lu the Dshcock road case recomlilera'
lion of change In said road was not car
ried commissioners lb make personal
examination anu report at next term.
in me nciicrtz cross-road case i. w
l'errlne. M. 'Jhr. Henry Twclfel. Ktnll
Heck and J. w.Judsou were appointed
a Jury of view.
uonuoi man iv.nmitiiascnuniycierK
as filed am1 approved.
l'etltlon of citizens of precinct No 10
to noiu an election on tue nog law w
ranted and election set tor Decern!'
3. IbSO. with J. C. Unlllado appointed
The Mayoral Candidal
Of the many candidates for the olllce
of. mayor there Is no question that
sincKeyanu wopeianu are me nrsi fa-
vorites and it is dillicult to say wblch
nas me greater sireug m. .nacuey a in
dependent course In the council
made him many friends but he la not
regarded uy tne working masses as be-
ing favorable to tho rights of labor. On
me omer uiiuti uopeianii nas a very
iarge labor following and It Is believed
that he has good excoutive ability but
bis pronounbed views on tbe labor ques-
tion bave made him many enemies. No
decided action has yet been taken but
It Is believed that Copeland will be the
labor candidate and as such will he en-
dorsed by "peoples" party.
Attorney General's Opinion
County Judge Wurzbaoh bas received
a letter from attorney-general Temple-
Ion to the efteot that in his opinion tbe
county commissioner's court can not
legally pay more fban $1 to any one
election olllcer. Prior to said aot or the
legislature fact of 1883) not more than 2
could be paid.
From No. 28 Water street November
17 Hay pony wblte face four while
feet bratided II on the right shoulder
and large .Mexican brand on right hip
Anyone reluming tne sami
Address will hu rewarded
CnUBIIKD TO DRATII.
low Mr. W. W. Cox wiw fatally In
jured and Uow be waa Borne
Thell.IiiMT yesterday recorded the
fatal acolilcnt of Mr. W. XV. Vox the
well known commercial druni'ner In the
employ of llalir .t llrotliers which oc-
I vt eunemay morning at Mrccory.
tho llrst station on the San Antonio it
ntnsaa rasa railroad notlh of Corpus
Kyti witnesses of thn accident say that
r Cox etuleavored tn Imaril a moving
rain at Gregory and In so doing ho
fell between the cars and theplutform In
:iaoe of about six Inches. In an up
right position While Mr. f'nx waa In
this po.ltlon In sight of rrlenda the cars
moved on crushing and mangling the
n tort ii nUi! man In Ih"! region of the
tin at. In a nun! (rightful manner. His
suffering tries were frightful but he
soon beiame unconscious and when re-
leafed by thp cars he. fell senseless to the
ground. The train was stopped as soon
i poiiiip anu an ran in ins assistance
e was picked up and carried carefully
o the train but never spoke anil acarce-
luovrd afterwards. In llfteen minutes
F.xamlnntlun of the body showed that
all the hones In the region of tho breast
ere nroken. ins arms and one iinnd
red the none fale Death was doubt
less due tn pressure on and Injury to the
heart. Ills face was conslilcrahiy dis-
torted anil the eyes were boiled from
the socket shoeing frightful egony he
musi nave auucrrii.
Ibe remains of the defeased arrhed
yesterday rwning anil were received
by .itiatico llarnes. n coroner's Jury
many members of tlio Knights of
VI li mo. or which lie was a ine inner and
many friends. The Jury having viewed
tho body niljuiirned to meet again this
morning to taae testimony relative to
the accident. The body was then con-
vened tn the decesi'dfa late residence.
on Soledad street. The scene there was
heartrending In the extreme and many
men tears oi sympaiuy inr tne griei in
he poor widow and the fatlierlesa chli-
i.et us tiraw a veil over meir sor
row. Their grief Is their own.
Sad to relate at the time Mr. Cox was
killed he waa returning home In order
to ho present at the celebration of hla
into boys iiiriiiuay which occurs to-
lav. . .
Ibe deceased was about 35 years of
igo anil has been here lor sevetal years
le was formerly employed by Schram
A Co. but for some years past bas
been engaged as a commercial traveler
for 1 1 ul II & Ilros. That firm speaks In
the highest terms orhM honesty sobrie-
ty and Industry. All who knew him bad
a good word to say lor him and regret
his untimely death.
Mr. Cox marr ed Msg ravine a Inter of
Miss Kate Faville and daughter or Mr
Fnvllle. now n fiirnlluro broker nt the
corner of Houston and Acequla streets.
fwo verv pretty children now living.
re the result of the 'iiarrlngc. Their
domestic lira nas been a most unppy one
and Its sad ending occasions a still
rcater share of public aymputhyTor the
'the remains of the ilcceasid will be
burled this afternoon at :t o'clock from
the late residence? of the deceased and
Ibe Knights of I'vthlas will escort the
dead knight to his resting place.
Tne Austin and Northwestern.
I.lttle attention has been paid to the
Texas enterprise known as the Auitln
anu iMorinwesie rn railway anu lew peo'
li le Know oi is vnn .importance in tni
future 'levelonmetit of Austin and the
entire southwest and the present fact
of GO miles running four and live trains
dally each way. Some years ago this
railway waa organized uy jexas enter
prise being uat.ltallzed at $17000 ne
mile-$nuuu in siock anu ?iwu in
bonds it railed to y ? interest ana in
.nine insi was purcnasea oy air. joiei
Collett. a prominent and successful ral
wav man of Terre Haute Indiana and
Mr. iv. ii isnara n prominent uiuzen oi
New York city for the benefit of the
bondholders and was placed tinder the
charge of Mr. A. N. Leltnakcr as gen-
superintendent wiioo reputation
successful econo ulcat railway oper
ator was BUftlolent guarantee that If there
was anything In the road he could work
It out which he has most certainly
done with credit to himself anil Texas
and evidently to tne satisiacuon oi mo
bond holders; ns they now havo an en-
in tering corps in meneiu making pre-
miliary surveya lor extending same to
Uatesvllla a distance of 00 miles and on
ason a distance of Tn miles.
le following statement of earnings
of this little road fur year ending Ooto-
ber 1st last may prove of interest to our
niNd or run ioiit cAiinivii.
Products of the forest.... 7484
Products of animals 8.10
Vegetable food 1.133
Other agricultural products 2.G51
Manufactured articles 2uuu
Merchandise and other artloles.... .'1007
Products of the earth 8400
! WHERE TO BUY YOUR CLOTHING
:-K'hl.rcn' JhoVi t
m iiorr U4ititeru tuiin
l HO) ft' VMM
Men Boys and Children.
1 Pants . .jm 101 Men's Bults. rood value... J..... . 5 M
a on I HI Hen's Suits Cusimere (onda.. 7 00
Bulls ..... . Ml 1 luu Men'a flr.l clj Wooleu Hulls 10 00
many banralna with which we open our fall sales of clothing.
Anynf lliiw. suit. for la. clilldren or men. nan In worn anil will look anil wow as well as
t ine lilvli nrlcv.1 suits. In ml.litlnn u artlcln tncntloned above we bate full lias of
I. ot ironUs usually kept lu this department. t
Our GrandlFall Opening
AND DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS
-it) now on KXiunmoN-
nru Proparotl to Givo Special Bargains in Evoty Department
Carpets Rugs and Mats.
rhsd. Cotuo sod seo If our styles
I llrussels gflod
1 Carpet raid wide.. .
Body Brussels Velvet Carpels-Fall Line.
MATIINd Very tllaal
fASl'V MATTIMI. Ilin
212-214 Commerce Street 212-214
Something 4 IJeW
Cor. Military Plaza and Trevlno Avenue.
TO AKKIVE THIS WKKK
500 Five-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
100 Ten-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
10 Twenty-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
10 Forty-Pound Pails Mince Meat.
New Salt Pickles Imported Sauer Kraut
New Crop Bouquet Syrup New Crop Maple Sugar.
ALSO IN STOCK AS FOLLOWS t
lei WoiMer Ham SuM Toope.
CALL ANU EXAMINE MY LAUUK
STOCK OK NEW GOODS AT l'UICES
THAT CANNOT UK UNUEUSOLD.
Total tons 2."511
Total earnings $'.11300.71
Total expense including steel
rail for renewal of track
amounting to $i)S." 1.20 77033.07
Passenger earnings for the
The above showing simply proves
that wbeu a new Texas railway enter-
prise Is honestly and economically
operated there Is no iiueetlon of paying
interest on me uonus wuen it is uouesi.
Wltb the above facts pertaining to the
Austin ami Northwestern railway we
want to make one point with the enter-
prising citizens not only of .Sail Antonio
but of every olty of Texas which Is
that this little road with the Immense
granite quarries of liurnct which It taps
Is tue absolute suiution tor mucnuaiuiz-
lnir or our streets ential to any city tn
the Union and at a moderate cost. At
present some live hundred convicts are
employed at ine iiuruei grauuu iuium
getting out granlto for our state capllol
Is this Industry to stop upon com'
nletlon of our capital? Why not con
tluiie our entire convict labor In these
mines cutting granite blocks to pave
the streets of Texas cities? Mr. Iloxle
and other railway cianagers. would be
only too glad to make suoh a low rate of
freight on tbls business that tbe most
poverty stricken towns In Texas could
atlord to have granite paved streets.
Sewerage tlrst. tben granite paved
streets anil San Antonto can handle
ouuuu ueaiiu-eeekers every winter.
Tbe following marriage licenses were
issued since me last report:
Simon Bowman and Ella Burks ool
lleiijmnln Nentwlcb nntl Mrs. Catb
arine uann widow.
Martin Diaz and OrteuzA Vlllareal
rOR STRICT COMMIsSIOIIklt.
1 hare done in the naat.
and will work for the liest Interest of thu tax-
payers of tbe city of 8au Antonio.
rOR CITY COUICTOB
Ihn uiidciHlirncd most respectfully an-
iiiinucHhlui-elf toltmcllUcoa as a candidate
ir ri-eliH'tlnu to tbu nnico of City ttollector at
ic ensuing city election to laihuld on thu lllli
ay nt l ciiruary pit.
CARTER S MULLALY.
Livery Feed and Sale Sta.1
Wish to Buy a Neat Well-Fitting
SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR FALL;
IK Ml. LOOK AT
Elegant Line at $10.00
$1 1.50 $I3.50$15
4U and 44 AUmo PlaVMs
SAN ANTONIO - - - TWXAB
VBpeelal Attention riven to fonrordlur
bodies to all parts of th United States. . Tele-
phone connection. Calls attended dor and
Hats Shirts Underwear
?52and 254 Main St
Tbe race course south of Main plaxs
can now be bought! 20 per cent below
BERGSTROM & GRAT
Undertakers Funertl; Dirwton
th. btt. Own DJ and sltlt. Ts4.
"Wood ror Bale.
oord delivered. Bend orders to it. Bast-
Ion 801 Ulutu street. ; tt
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