San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 341, Ed. 1, Friday, November 19, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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W. D. Iloyt k Co.. Wholesale and BeUll
Mruraiati of Home lla aarit We bav been
aclllnir lr. Klny's New Ulaoorery RleetrM
Hitter and Iluoklen'aArnles Palvo'for two
years. Have never bandied retnedlettbat
so well or irlve such universal satisfaction
There have been aorae wonderful enree ef-
fected by these modlcloc In thlsclty. Boreral
cases of pmnnunoed consumption have been
entirely cured tr the uaoof a row bottles of
Dr. KJnjr'a New lilscovery taken in oonneo
tlon with Klectrlo Hitters. We miarantc.
them si ways. Hold by A. Urclss I
Paint Tour Roofs.
H bavin your niofa painted well they wll
last three time a lot jr. and flops up all the
flawa and imali bolpp thereby preventing
leak during tho itorro and rain of the com-
In winter months. Orders Iflt with mo at
the comer of Avenue K and Mouilnn street
will be promptly and fttlifncmrily done. Aa
all kinds of house aljrn andcarrliiro ptiltitlnir
llest material used charges reiftnnnMo.
Volume V!. Number 341
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1886.
Only $5 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
WANT TO HE THOItOUOIILV
:iOSTEI) ON NKW
Fall and Winter Goods
OKT SOMK HOI.II) INFORMATION KltOM
They have one of the Finest and Largest Stock of
Goods ever before brought to this market.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
NEW GOODS ! FINE STYLES I
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains !.
WOLFF & MARX
Cot. Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
'H. D. Kampmann President -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
Ll vehf son
Gigantic Stock in
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED
Merchants sulvertiso in various
woyB such U8 "HolIiiiK Out nt
Cost" "Dninngetl Goods" etc. try-
ing to gull tho public Unit tltoy
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same timo selling at a good
profit. 'I'hoy perpctuato n fraud
on n generous public by offering a
lower grado of goods which aro
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improvo tho
quality and innko of goods and to
sell them at n reasonable prollt
giving' each customer his money's
worth in cneh purchase. In fol-
lowing out this conrso I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each year and is now
The Largest and Most
the Kind in
'During the Season I will oiler extra Inducement! In all departments.-!
N. W. Corner Main Plaza
Otto Koohlor Soo. and MnrmRor
TO THE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Complete Establishment o
San Antonio Texas
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
-om all Part of the Qlobo Con-
dfinaetl and Uollod Down.
President Arthur Ulril at hli home In
New York early yesterday uiornlnR.
KPresldent Arthur will b hurled
next Monday morning.
The senate ha named the following
pall bearer: John Sherman George F.
Kdmundt John A. Liutan William II.
Alllioii M. C. Buller James I) Ciitner-
on D. W. Voorlioes Warner Miller
George O. Vest A. P. Gorman Joseph
uawiey jamre iv. .tones.
Governor Mil! of Now York by t
nroclstnatlon. calls unon
tne state to
show respect to Arthur's memory.
The llallwar rnsseniter anil Fre Kill
Conductors' Mutual Alii and lleiiellt as-
sociation for the neit six months will
not enforce the by-law which expels it
member for non-payment of assessment
after 30 days.
Michigan Wisconsin anil Connecticut
report much damage to shipping from
me oik siorm.
1'ennsylvanla reports a blir tornado
near Cbambersuurir and tons of water
Central Iowa Is blockaded with snow.
and snow plows are under thedrlfts.
A steam banco and four sail barire
were driven Into Hewauee. Green llnv.
yesterday and eight persons were
The harbor HkIH nt Marnuette. Mich..
was overturned in the tierce irale of Ves-
terday; several boats wrecked at the
harbor entrance but only one life lost
Thol Dudley ex-consul at I.lvernool.
auea Senator Sewall for $i(XX) damages
lor saying at uamuen in a speecn mat
Dudley rtilsreprescnted his irovernmcnt
abroad for twelve years.
The Humane association memorializes
congress on the question of stock trans-
portation: takes steps for Incorporation!
and consider the best means of earing
ior luojuveunc. warns oi me snue.
Georee It. .Nuwlon. late cashier of the
City National bank of Kurt Worth was
burled yesterday with nil the honors.
Marine disasters have multiplied verv
alarmingly since the northers set In.
The West Troy Chemical couinnnv's
works were demolished bv ii cvclone
yesterday: six men badly burned by
Minnesota thermometer IS decrees
below zero: snow fall 231 Inches: trains
delayed; few cauialtlea but big blizzard
Ibe statement that all the powers had
sanctioned thu. candidacy of Prince
Nicholas orMlngrella for the Bulgarian
throne Is serul-olllolally declared to be
untrue lount nainouy lias not replied
to Itusela's proposal.
Ihe cashier of the iiiilltarv otllun In
Madrid has abaomidcd. lie la short
$100000 in his accounts. It Is stated
that other olllcers largely shared lu his
Louise Michel the French socialist.
has been nlllclally pardoned. The unex-
pired portion of her sentenco was can-
'Ihe irrand cordon f tiie Imperial Or
der of Meajidiehas been conferred on 3.
S. Cox United States minister to Tur-
key. At 1'revne Isle four miles north of
Marquette Mich. several boats are
wrecked and lives lost. No particulars
The limited express was wrecked bv
a land slide Just outside ot 1'ittsburg
and crushed to the ground. Three sleep-
ers were literally demolished hut only
two persons were killed; several aro se-
riously but not dangerously hurt.
Two young ladles daughters of James
Johnson near Marion. lnd.were crema-
leu oy tue uouse ourning
Official returns of tho recent election
show the following result on tho Indiana
state ticket: Itobertson republican for
lieutenant governor &iiVi; nelson
democrat HiS.tJOJ; Gale prohibitionist
U18.;rope national 4iil. Robertson's
plurality 3311). I. A. Follette republi-
can oaudldate for superintendent of
pumic instruction leans nis ticket witu
Kaulbats will probably leave llulgurla
A new land bill is helnir prepared for
Ireland. It limits tho tenants to pur
chase rights of holdings under CO acres.
The term of payment Is 3D years Interest
at 4 per cent.
Charles Adam's libel suit airalnst Ills
father-in-law Chief Justice Cyplrldgel
in hearing at London.
The Union Pacific and the Oregon
Navigation company are patching up a
Oalveston's missing treasurer mar be
honest; ho certainly is non est.
Ten workmen were killed and six se-
riously hurt by the'fall of a building fn
process of erection at Grinoble France.
Ibe mall-packet service between
Brlndlsl and India via Alexandria In-
termitted on account of cholera since
last April Is resumed today.
Welsh colliers submit to a reduction
of 5 per cent in wages rather than that
the mines should close.
The sugar production of Kussla will
be compulsively ruduoed In order to Im-
prove tue trade.
Makow one of the principal seaports
In I'oland Is bnrnlng up.
Vic. donates 1250 out of her millions
for the starving fishermen of Arklow
Bids have been opened for the $20000
Hot Springs. Ark..KOvernuient reserva
tion Improvement. Hamuel Walton of
nejiueviua va. gets the eontract.
The San Franoisco whallnir fleet has
returned with 21071 barrels of oil and
331000 pounds of bone.
The Ontario nar lament la nlllclallv
dissolved and new election ordored for
Justice McAllister's Court
Maria Knrlquei made affidavit today
that Anastaclo Calderon committed the
otic nee of rape on her. about the 101 Ii
day of November at her residence near
102 Crockett street. Calderon was ar
rested and is now in Jail. Maria is not
more than nine years old. She has
been living with her foster mother
Isabella Martinez. 102 Crockett street
The trial Is set for Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Calderon is a vlolous brutish looking
teiiow wuo uoes nut nave mucn to say.
Dr. It. U. Graves la subpoenaed to glvo
The Smldlapp Live Oak Distillery
company vs. M. Struve garnishment
suit against the City Of Han Antonio for
moneys of Struve now In tho bands of
tne city collector settieu uy tue mayor
paying lue same oiou.
The Mendelssohn ohorus rehearsed
at the Casino hall last night
OUIt UNION STOCK YARDS.
Captain Whlto of St. Louis Olvoa the
Light Somo Important Pointers
on the Protect
The I.iflirr man had the pleasure of
meeting Captain A. rl. White an Intelli-
gent Kentleiuan who l superintendent
of a horse ami feed department In the
stock yards of St. Louis. Knowing I he
ninny inipilrles that aro inado here a to
the deilrablllty of union Hock yards
anil theiihlllly of tho visitor to the au-
tlioiltlve Intoruiatlon upon I lie subject
he Interviewed that Ki'iitltmau. who In
the course of conversation said: "1 am
surprlstd that a city having llm niary
u. jVT. i J . ' i
" ...T.r .i . ir i L -i. . i
lam satlslled that Ifthe citizens cculil
only releaso the immense advantages
that would accrue from such organiza-
tion. It would not be long In fort-the
union stock ynnls would b running.
The union stiMik jnrds are of Immense
ailvantnge. In thu first place it
establishes a general market fur
sale ot all kinds of ttook nnd when It Is
known that all business Is conducted
there nt. au honorable basis business
will imturullf How Into thai channel.
All commission men are bonded which
gives u guuranlee for gooii trading. The
Imijit know that what he can purchase
will ho found tiiere without going all
over llm city and that the market price
will ruin In such transactions 'I her
again alt traders have an equal cluiiice
for Ihe cuttle being located there buy-
ers will naturally look around before
iii.kiug deilntle purchase. This natu-
ral!) Is In the niltantage of the buyer
l. (I seller but the city gets an Immense
advantage. It draws many cattlemen
here wtio will receive nnd spend money
heru have to stay at hotels boarding-
hoiifes etc. and who are morn likely to
buy their supplies In the city
saving much trouble to themselves
and giving profit to our mer-
chants. It will glvu employment to
n large number of our surplus popula-
tion enabling them lo spend money with
merchants In the city that they could
not otherwise do. It will be of mutual
ailiiantnge lo Ihu railroad companies In-
asmuch as Instead of si tiding sovrr.nl
agents around searching for stock mlp-
menta one agent at the stock yards will
do t lie main work. It win teduce
freight because it will establish compe-
tition between thfl railroad agents nnd
lead to it w holescme reduction of freights
to the lowest figure. It will be advan-
tageous to newspaper men inasmuch as
It will form an Important centre for
news. The looal market report will
have to be a feature In the papers and
tho reports of Kansas City at I.nnls
und Chicago will he In demand to secure
a fair market quotation. Increased ad-
vertising will hIso be a natural result
there are many other features that
noil III be mentioned but these pointers
proved by the actual existence und
progress of other stock yards ehowsthat
Ihe union stock j arils In Sun Antonio
would tie advantageous to all concerned.
There is now no Texas market fur stock
but thu demand for It Is urgent and If
San Antonloilon't furnUh It some other
city will. San Antonio has location and
uatural advantages but II another city
gets ahead of her In this respect her
chances aru gone for when once the
market is established elsewhere It will
be difficult If not Imposslbe lo cope with
It. My ai'vlce to San Antonio is estab-
lish your union stock yards right away.
It will bn the best thing ever done In the
city and will naturally draw manufac-
turing industries to this centre."
Accident to a Child.
A very painful accident occurred to
a farmer's child on the Seguln road six
miles from San Antonio last Monday.
which may eventually cause thu death of
the child which at Inst accounts was
still alive however. The child by aotne
means fell over tho dash-hoard and be-
come entangled In the gearing of the
Wilson nnd before the team could be
stopped the little one's head and face
were badly cruihcd and torn. The
child was so entangled In the wagon
that the father broku his wagon to pieces
ueiore ue couiti rescue uis cuuu. me
farmer Is said to bo it brother or Mr.
Bowling for Prizes.
Uemlretllchkelt Howling club
held a prize bowling match "on the
English" nt the Fourth ward alley last
nlubt. the following being Ihe winners
of prizes: I.. Schulize first prize glass
pucneranu water service; joun it al-
ters second prize box of cigars: II
Helllg third prize Inkstand; Henry
Uembel fourth prize smoker's set; H .
Keuteruiann. nun prize a turaev: f .
Helling sixth prize a stuOed crane: F.
uaueisen won tue seventn prize wuicti
was howled ior mm oy ueutermann
was a surprise to him but he accepted
A New Move.
Evolution Is the natural Incentive ere.
ated tor the want of something hew and
the replacing or all things that aro abso
leto. Putting Ideas like Iheselnto pruc
Ileal shape they become factors of pro
gresslve welfare commercial and llnati.
ciat success. ineBe lueas oeing com
ponent parts ot the ways and practical
manner in conducting the businsss of
Mr. 1.. woli.on inn gentleman has
to tne people or sotiin-
hat he Is equal to the
eruerirenuy. A large number of extra
netp witu tne regular employes uave
been'occupled In unpacking newly ar-
Winter goods consisting of ladies
wraps. In all styles Jersey's plain and
ornamental a largu supply ot Knit
goods consisting of hoods shawls ties
comforts Jackets etc. A largo supply
of tine woolen blankets from the llnett
grades down. Quills coverlids and
comrorts on uanu unu just opened at l.
Daughters of Hebeccn.
The Daughters of Itehecoa of thu Odd
Follows lodge held a well attended
meeting ut Odd Fellows hall Thursday
ulgbt nnu tendered a banquet to all
memuers oi tue otuer louges wuo uave
taken tne iteuecca urgree. a very nice
time was enjoyed by the ladles and gen
tlemen preseut and after tho banquet
singing and music occupied the remain-
der of the evening. A feature of the
evening was the presentation by Mrs
iiowiing to tne tooge ot n une silk em
brnldered table cover which was re
celved and responded to In a neat
speech by Mrs Mecklln the noble grand
oi tne lieuecuai.
An amateur ilramatlo olub was organ
lr.ed Thursday night at the armory of
the san Antonio miles nr. Madison
Dallas being made president and gen-
eral manager. Another meeting will be
held whenever called bv the members
chosen last night. The membership of
thu emu is inn limited as yet. ineou.
Jects of the club Is set forth )n Its name
to wntcu opera may ue auueu.
THE PROPOSED FAIR ASSOCIATION
Cltlzena Meet nt tho Courthouso and
Tuke Preliminary Action.
A public meeting for tho purpose of
organizing a Western Texas Fair asso-
ciation was held In the courthouse last
night. The attendance was very small
ml about three Ihlrdsol It were news-
Mr. lien Maurrmnnn was lectin chair-
mil Mr. O. II. I'. Garrett. Jr.. was
nr. jonnsou oi i onverse in response
calls ad vocal id tho fair Association
beneficial to San Antonio and western
exas. II was a neci sslty and business
men should see It In that light. He
irht that S&U.OOt) was all that was
needed and that rouid be raised.
lr. Lindner thought lo.oou was
louith and cuulil he more easily raised.
he two best places were the Steves
fair grounds and the San Pedro springs.
tne sievrs grounus were purcnaseii it
mild onlv renulre an additional S.1.U00.
e concluded or offering to subscribe
$113 to the movement suggesting that a
inscription nsi uesianeu at once
Mr. Ilenrv Dlirnowlty was assured of
the success of the movement but he
inted to see union stock yards organ-
d with It The latter was needed by
s rruiiireuients of the trade.
Messrs. 1. A. Hell and U. It. Clraldge
poke In lavor of the project.
Mr. J. Ciiuiuilnir Macdona was In
favor of the association on a large scale
hut wanted a dog show Included In It.
A motion to solicit subscription was
uiade and lost.
Dr. Johnson thought the people were
favor of a fair hut ther were not vo-
Ing the right way about it. He moved
ummuice ue appoinieu to prepare
address on theohlects and benetlts
fa fair and to arrange a mass meeting.
his was aifrced to Dr. Johnson. I.. A.
Hell and the chairman were named as
the committee and tho meeting then ad
The Knot Untied.
Tho trouble respecting the disputed
Itle to the Maverick lot which the fed
eral government selected for the sit" of
the federal courthouse and postoltlce
nis to have been satisfactorily settled
far as the government Is concerned.
All the claimants to the property will
unite In conveying title to the govern
ment and tho proceeds arising from the
sale will be deposited In bank to abide
the final decision of the suit now pend-
ng oel ween aiavtricK anu saonego.
l'hla will disentangle Ibe matter so far
as the United States are concerned and
settle the question as to the site of the
federal building to be erected In San
ntonio. it is to be hoped work win ne
speedily commenced upon the building
and actively prosecuted.
Union Bo rvlcu.
union services of the V. M. C. A.
were conducted 'lliursday night by Iter.
ur. nciiuuer oi aiauison nquare cnuron.
nu tnis reverenu gentleman delivered a
address to a large audience among
them members of nearly every Protest-
ant denomination In the city besides a
good number of the class who generally
are not regular attendants of any
church. Prayer and hymns tilled up the
LIKUTENANT PETTIT SHOT
As ho Keturnod from Decorating a
Church for hie Bridal Ceremony
News has reached the city that I.leut.
8. l'etlit. of Leavenworth who was
formerly stationed In this city has been
shot and dangerously wounded under
melancholy circumstances i.leut. rettll
was engageu to ue marrieu to ansa
llessle Sbnrne. daughter of Paymaster
anarpe on ttiursuay ana on tuesuay
night he and many friends were engaged
In decorating the church for the cere-
mony. He started for hlsquarters alone
at a late hour and arrived at the corner
of Broadway and Henry street when a
foot pad sprang out at him. and ordered
him to throw up his hands. The Lieuten
ant however declined to do this and
springing upon the foot pad grappled
mm. ine assailant tounu
that he had more than nil
match and then he drew hli
p not and snot ret it in mo Dreast in.
dieting a serious wound. The lieutenant
fell to tue eiuewaiK anu men tne loot-
pad robbed hlui and made a hurried
tlight leaving no trace behind him.
Lieutenant I'ettlt was found shortly
afterward by a pedestrian end taken to
bis Intended father-in-law's rrsldence.
where he Is being affectionately tended.
The doctors lay that the wound is a
dangerous one but there are chances of
nis recovery me weauing nas
course been Indellnltely postponed
Laid to Rest by the Ellc Lodge of the
KnlghU of Pjthhu.
The remains of the late W. W. Cox
who was accidentally killed at Gregory
on Wednesday morning were burled
yesterday. There were a large number
of friends at the house. 410 Soledad
street where the funeral service was
conducted uv tueltev. J. n. inch. l. 1).
I MS done tne pan Dearers consisting ot
hnigntsor ryiuias j r w. street a
O. Ball. Nathan Hart. Civilian! Drift
Jones Ira Hewitt and Herman Brendel
took up the casket anu bore it to tne
Then the cortege left the bouse beaded
oy 40 Knigtiis oi ryinias in iuii unuorin
commanded by C. II. Clifford C. C and
followed by the mayor Alderman
Mackey and many prominent citizens
At the grave Dr. Nell delivered s
prayer and then the corpse was handed
over to ine n-nignts oi i-ytnias woo in
terred the deceased brother In accord
anoe with the rormula or the order
Prelate Natban Hart reading tbe beau
tlful service in an effective manner. This
done Ihe mourners took a farewell look
Into the grave beard tbe ominous earth
fall upon the box enclosing the casket
and then turned with saddened hearts
from the hallowed spot leaving their
dead with uou.
Nov. IS J. B. Lee aged 78 years
died In the Second ward from oedema
of Illits. ltenorted br Dr. Amu Uravea.
Nov 18. Unknown aged 70 years
apoplexy. Second ward. Reported by
Mr. Joseph Ryan a young gentleman
who baa been reading law In S. O. New-
ton's office was examined for admission
to tbe bar toll morning a board of ex
imlMH.' nnnslstlnsr r of llann Wat.
tball Aubrey and Altgeltj appointed by
Judge Noonan. examining him on bis
knowledge. Judge Wallhall states be
passed exceptionally sucoessrul and tbe
young lawyer Is to be congratulated not
alone upon bis snccesl but upon receiv-
ing so high a compliment from so learned
WHERE TO BUI 101 CLOTHING
Men Boys and Children.
We hare made a "special effort Ihlaiscason In this line. Itca.1 what we will offer you. All
say we mean. We never ulreitlso only what wo actually hare and prices as advertised
ill'hll.lren's Jackets and pants IS Oil
I llnvs' l ...Imrru Cum ( 3 01 1
is) All wool tlors' 1'i.Mlmrro Hulls 4 0 1
Tliesearutmlyiilew of our many hsnralns
inapr or the tilirh priced suits. In n1illllon to
ailing .11 a'HMi s iisiiany aepi in mis aeparttncilt.B
Our Grand.Fall Opening
18 NOW UN
Wo aro Proparod to Glvo Special
Carpets Rugs and Mats.
H'e are now sbowtiitr the larircst line of CAIII'nTH wo ever had. Come and see If our styles
andprlccsnreiiotMUCll LilKAI'HIllliiiti.jviT ncroro.
. .nrio I
Body Brussels jftlvet
PA.NCV MATTINU tloo.1 ..
212-214- Commerce Street 212-214-
Something 4- IJeW
Cor. Military Plaza
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
Hew Wlnttaker Hai
CALL AND KXAMINK MV LAHGK
STOCK OF NEW GOODS AT PKICES
THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
FOR STRUT COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announco tnytclf ai a candMato
r ro-i'U'ctlon to tbiinllioe of Btrtft Coin in la
onur. 1 auk for nu couiraondatlon other
jttn uiy work In tlila city and If raKctid 1
llldoiiir work ai 1 bavo tlono In iho ta)t.
anil will work for tho Mut Interest of tho tax
payer! or tne city or ran Antonio.
FOB CITY COLLECTOR
The undersirfued tnoat roipoctfutly
FttLD C JUlTElBKN.
Wish to Buy a Neat' Well-Fitting
SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR FALL;.
If SO. LOOK AT i
Elegant Line at $t O.OO
$1 1.50 $13.50 $15
Hats. Shirts. Underwear
252 and 254 Main St
Tlio race oourse. south of Main ulaia
cart now bo uouirht 20 per cent below
its Taiue. ma btiyh.
HO Men's Butts noot value tin
r.l Men's Suits IVsslmere roods T 1
nil Men's I'lrst-clus Woolon Hulls 10 W
with which we open our fall sales of clothing.
arllclea mentioned almTe wo have a full Una of
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Bargains in Every Dopartmont
Kino Alt-wool Carpet yard wide '
and Trovino Avenue."
AS FOLLOWS t
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
413 and. 44 Altuno Flauuk
SAN ANTONIO. - - TSZAS.
"Spools! Attention WWen to forwarding
d.toalln&rtaof thaUnltml Hlmte. TaIa.
phono oonocctlon. Calls attended dar and
ut-ht ' iu - I T-J laAMT
OSOAn axROSTROM. T. GHAT
"BERGSTROM is gray
I) II I. 1 . J '
Livery Sla.lei &Hacti CmectBi
Mtaavr Hotel. P'dles utbaZaiad ans tfclpp4
all points In tiw Union. OnlrWrtluHearM
tkeOltr. Open Dar aid wiit Tel 10
Wood For Sa). "' (
Best post oak wood for sale ai 4ff5 par
cord delivered. Send order to M. Baat-
Ian 301 Blum street. f tf b
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