San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 344, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 23, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Paint Your Roofs.
m U) hrlW j-our roofi painted well they wll
iMtthrtMlWiM loiir and itops uptfltbe
Hw nnd small bolfi thereby preventing
lmm diirlntr tho storm and ralni of the oom
Inir winter month Ontcru left with me at
W. ii HoTt Co.. Whole. and Htfl
imttr and Jlucklen'i Arnica Halve for two
yt-ars. Hare never handlnd rvmt-dlM that
ho will or itIto aucb uulTernal Mttefactton.
lliein hare been aome wonderful eurea ef
tectea iy iiienomediefnefllnthiteity. nererw
all kinlM of houto. i'jrn andoarrlairo pfilntlof
them 1 1 war". Hold by A. Drelu.
Volume VI. Number 344.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23. I S86.
Only $5 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
WANT TO UK
Fall and Winter Goods
GET 80MK SOLID INFORMATION FltOM
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 I
Inquire for Prices 1
Genuine Bargains I
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann Prosldont -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT BOTTLED BEER -
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
h. Vehf SON
Gigantic Stock in
Merchants advertise in various
ways such as "Selling Out at
Cost" "Damaged Goods" etc. try.
lug to gull tho pnblio that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they aro enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
tho same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous public by offering a
lower grade of goods which aro
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improve the
quality and make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth in each purchase. In fol-
lowing out this course I have
bcon successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each year nnd is now
The Largest and Most
the Kind in
ISDurlng the Season I wllljofler extra luduoemenU In all departments.-'
N. W. Corner Main Plaza
FINE STYLES I
Otto Koohlor Soc. and Manager
TO THE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Complete Establishment o
San Antonio Texas
LATEST TELEG1UPH NEWS
From all Parts of tho Ulobe Con
densed and Dolled Down.
The lted River valley of the north haa
uch an Immense wheat crop that farm-
era are piling It up In bags on the ground
iloston follows .New York and trot)
out a worklngmin's candidate lor
A telone at O rartl. Kansas damaged
the town $8000 and three citizens are
Kaulbara has reached Hlainbuul In his
t impede from llulgarla.
Olto. of Havana lias somiiwhat recov
ered from hi mania and ImsKlnes him-
eir In paradlio. Ilia full recovery Is
Allllusslan steamers on thu Danube
are ordered to Odessa.
'the Irleh ballllfii and a mob had a
flubt at Slstowel over the seizure of
tome cattle. Several were wounded
but tbe olllcera came out ahead.
The general feeling at Holla win one
' relief at Kaulbara' departure lie
waa suved unmercifully In I lie cafes and
other public resorts.
kaulbara wanted to distribute coulee
of bla note to the Ilulgarlan government
at mtiipopoits out the ponce prevented
Huaala will not tolerate the occupa
tion ol ltouuiclla by Turkey.
The prince of Mongrella haa arrived at
Lower California (Spanish) Is receiv
ing considerable attention a a pros-
pective Held for EnulUli ettlement.
Spain la Investigating the condition of
the oolonlea there.
St. Iioula baa made her tlrat navment
on the landa selected for her big stock
Tbe captain of the steamer Norman-
ton foundered oil Onsslnia Japan has
been held for manslaughter.
A dlsaaterous lire burned 1.000 houses
n Tondn. on the Jujon Island. (Philip
The cotton operatives In Ghent llel-
gliiin are on a strike Tbe dock handa
have Jolneu tneni anil a riot is ex-
The Czar will not compel a reduction
ot sugar product as Intimated last week.
Ola ne. Loiran. Ilen llutlcr. Ileecber.
Sherman ex-i'resldent Hayes Scliolleld
and his stafl John Jacob Astor Cbaun-
cy Depew Evarts and hundreds of
others of national reputation attended
Arthur's burial acrvlcea In the cburcb
All Washington wore emblems of
mourning yesterday. A lil gun salute
was nreu at sunns aim a solitary can-
non boomed at half-hour Intervals all
Grover Cleveland and bis secretaries
arrived at Washington last night at
i:43 o 010CK .
The Inevitable crank turned un at
the funeral In New York yesterday.
This one was very anxious to let
Cleveland know he would not be hurt
The captain and 7 men of the French
man-of-war l'englon were massacred
by natives of Atnbaden when they
landed for water.
Dob will plead for tbe anarchists and a
big fee next March
Tbe rumors of a plot to assassinate
Davltt bv the O'Donovan ltossa faction
are not generally credited. That he Is In
Dau ouor wnn mem is wen Known
John Nelson takes Bramletle'a place
In the State university
The grand stnte alliance of oolorcd
farmers and mechanics has been char-
tered at Austin.
Tbe ludge's decision In the Day Land
and Cattle company's suit has been de-
cided adversely to the company.
Dixie Williams holds the tort at Aus
tin one more week.
Albert Keck need 38 years of Cotulla.
suicided; probable cause the recent
tieain oi uis miner.
Tho Mexican Fiesta. December!) will
be celebrated at l'aso Del Norle with
great gusto. Hull lights cooking mains
tneairieais anu national games un me
Jack Shepherd the noted highway.
man. haa been found dead among the
uig iiorn mountains o arveu to ueam
with nis irons on as an escaped pris
Charles Frances Adams.St. Louls.dled
sunuay ageu vu years anu a montns.
Tbe London socialists mustered 5.000
strong at rraiaigar square sunuay. ana
tbere were present 2.500 unemployed
worainguicn ana zu.uuu spectators jno
particular uisiuroance ooourreu.
Ilerr Messmer. professor of tbeoloirv
in uerun university is ueau.
Caroline Schiller the voting and nrettv
uaugmeroiu leauuig oiuciai oi iirunn
nas commuted suioiue ny snooting her
Tbe llerlln police have seized 8000 so
cialist pamphlets. They found that 7000
nan already uecn uisirimiteu. live
workmen who were employed to circu-
late them have been expelled from the
Jemlnlcz. the Cuban outlaw waa stir
prised by tbe Havana police and a Hunt
ensueu. ne nuunueu live oi tue ponce
anu un two comraues were Ktiieu De'
rore be died.
Ooldmark'a new opera. Merlin was
enthusta tleally received by a crowded
The German ariuv will be Increased
its.wv in hi regular peace looting.
The government oi Great Britain haa
made temporary arrangements with the
soman norm uerman ana uuion lines
to take out malls. Tuesday's Tbura
day'a and Saturday's will be mall days
The London Standard bltterlv attacks
Lord Randolph Cburchlll for his radical
tendencies In tbe question of local coal
ana wine nuues.
After the Deer
A local San Antonio snort now a
lielotts sent a message to this clly
wanting to borrow a rifle. lie had seen
a deer tbere and wants to oaten It. Tbe
rifle has been ablpped and If aa rumor
aayi me deer is lame ne may succeed In
haimlnir It If tho nwmr ain't lnVln
Happy as a King.
A very qulerbutdecldedly pleasant r
Mr. BolDeutlch. In l.nnnr n
of Miss Sarah Moko and Mr
dry flowed freely. A realty good time was
jl'uui preioot uiu oonirraiuiauons
to too new oouulo were beartvln the extramn.
Nat was as bappy ashecould beandwbat with
oappy aa ino proreroiai King uoie.
Owing to the cloudy slate of Ilia
weather the conureiiatlon at St. Mark's
church was not large but of respectable
size The Dean discoursed on tho
assigned their respective place
porianeo to laiin ami uaptisi
down tho proposition that genu nu faith
leads to obcdlcncu to tho command-
The solemnity of tbe Kplsconal ser
vice was certainly Impressive.
The meeting of the V. M. U. A Sun-
ly afternoon was well attended and
lllvened bv strains of sacred vocal
music seemingly with the spirit as well
as tbe understanding. Mr. Krb led the
meeting and made an Interesting talk or
address. Two of the membership (poke
In particular at some length. Them
some disturbance from an
toxlcattd man or to who talked out
I were promptly suppressed. 'I lie
llal nnd courteous secretary In his re-
rka warnul th membership against
throwing the work upon the secretary
without n dun sense of rcspoli-lbllltv on
Dr HarlMc the new pastnr of the
Chrl-tlan church delivered at night
able sermon showing tbe spirituality n!
apiism.wnen rightly nnserveu w itn
out which It was iiolhlng. Mr. Ilitl.ee
rgfd ine importance oi studying ino
crlntiircs In their connections nnd not
by scrap or Isolated passage lie Is of
grave and venerable nppeataiii r
evidently In deep earnest. llh thought
clearly i iinci I veil ami forcibly expressed.
rtitcr ine discourse two young iaui"s
mlemnlv iinmoraed Into the name
Father' Hon and Holy Spirit.
MoNrritr.r Mkx Nov. 21 ISMI.
A ball took place at tbe Caalnn re
n San I Iburclo Zacatecas General
Tela de la Cadena and Lezardl. were
pprehended and several others. And
1 la suld that he and bla comrades were
killed on the road on going to tbe City
of Mexico by some friends lfnot ollleers
of tbe government. In I'enanclngo City
of Mexico a colony Is being constituted
oy workingmen mat promises to lie un
advancement to the district.
An olllcerofthe custom-house of New
arcdo. Is In prison for smiiffelimr
goods In a pillow. Mr. Gustavo llaz la
about to Introduce a bill Into tho Mex
ican congress to admit all kinds of for
eign paper Into the country free of
duties lie is having tbe support of the
pers of the country. The oe cbrated
engineer Don Antonio Garcia Cuban Is
;utng to nrlng (lie remains or the well
nown nuiiior anu learned Itev. t rail-
sco J. Clavllero. author of lllstorln
Antlo.ua de Mexico and also those of
the noted 1'. Alegrc Mexico According
to the ofllclal papers of this slate. Gen
eral Cervantes Is quite sick In l'licbls
uuy. i ne uenerai naa many menus in
North Mexico who desire to see lilui re
Nine carloads .of but dlmr material
from Martin & Schryver of your city
arrived here one day this week for the
bath house and hotel at thu Hot
rue grauers reaoueu tne springs yes
terday; track laying will commence
ext week. .moiii: am
A Beneatlonal Divorce.
Great exsltenienthas been occasioned
In New York and In railroad circles by
the statement that Mrs A. Lawrence
Hopkins the second wlfo of the vice-
president of the Missouri l'aclllo rail
road has separated from her husband
anu tiled a suit lor divorce on tno grounu
that her husband has been too all'ec-
tlonalo towards ber lndy's maid.
jurs nopKins was lormeny Jiiss uun-
lap and daughter of a prominent
Chicago merchant. She has bcon a rec
ognlzed belle In Chicago and New York
and Is very popular. Tbe estranged
couple were married In 1S70 andhuve no
issue; until tins uau ureaa tney nave
uveu uappny logeiuer.
Mr. Hopkins Is the friend and contl
dent of Jay Gould and Is well known In
ne city anu inroiignout tuo state.
The last general assembly of the K. of
I.. at ll. Richmond session took up and
carried forward In an Intelligent eys
tematlo manner tbo work of craft con
solldatlon begun the year before. Uy
this movement each Industry so far as
ract cable will attend to Its own af-
airs nerlect plans for carrying on lis
work as an organized department of the
great labor congress and army but each
of these Individual oralis will bo subor
dlnated In all that concerns general
labor work and Interests to the general
assembly In which they find a recog-
nizeu ana reguiatea representation.
This work as It Is carried on combines
the whole labor movement of America
for the carrying out of such measures
tueut of the general assembly. Itccent
events Indicate that tbe conservation of
power aa well as tbo conservatism or
action. Is sought by the supreme body.
and that It Is rapidly gathering to Itself
sucu power cannot uu uenieu. i ne re-
sult of tills perfected organization of the
laDor nosta win do to prevent iti-auviseu
or nasty action oy a taction or section
ana Dring luc wnoie iorce oi tue orgnni.
zallon In all lis various departments to
bear upon a single point at a
command Irom the controlling
powers. The Immense strength of such
an organization can only be measured
oy tne oueuience ot its memuersnip anu
the genuine conservatism of Its action.
Wisely dlrepted so as not to alarm Its
opponents or create dissensions within
useir in two or inreo snort years ii win
have tbe whole labor of this northern
continent acting a a unit for any given
fiurpose. uo-operaiion. as a natural ad'
unct to such consolidations will follow
and out ot tuis may come what naa so
long been hoped for tbe solution of the
labor problem. Tbe recent strike at
cntcago naa put on root a proieci anion
the workingmen for the creation an
conduct of a pork packing business of
tbelr own. Of the capital necessary
theretor mere win ne no lacx. une
week's earnings of the packing-house
crews would give a capital of nearly
half a million Three months' saving
wouiu lurmsii an tne caati necessary
Experienced agents and trained bust
would naturally follow Tbe solution of
this problem la In tbe handa of the labor
of this oountry and It cannot be taken
from them. Tbe move bas been made
In the right direction. Avoidance of
conflict with capital; greater unit
amonir workingmen themselves: oriran
zatlon for general purposes among all
wormngmen; co-operative industries
obrlety thrift and Increased Intclll
ffenee to conduct these no-oncratlve en
terprises. Out of these will come Inde-
pendence and a mastership of the Indus
CHAPTKR ON ADVEKTIBINO
bin Antonio ai n. Health floort for Invn-
llds-llow to Raise I"und8.
To Hie I.ioiit
I have been Informed that the people
nf Austin raised n fund of 1 1500 to pub-
lish and circulate a write up of that clly
na a winter resort for Invalids and to
pay for lis publication In numerous
newspapers As this "wrlto up" was
published In the I. lour I presumo It waa
paid for as an advertisement. The pub-
lic spirit of the people of Austin Is
deserving nf commendation. They are
perfectly tight In Irjlng to "boost"
their city ami the fact Is not alluded to
In any rault-llndlng spirit. I believe tbo
citizens of a town should Identify them-
selves wllh It ami ii "f all hunoraMo
means to add lo lis prosperity ami
growth. Public spirit Is n virtue deserv-
ing of encourage inenl.
Let me ask what the people ol Sab
Antonio are doing to promote tbegrnwln
nfSan Antonio? Have tbey done any-
thing to set forth to the world the ad-
vantages of San Ahlonln as a henlth re-
sort? If so It has escaped my attention.
So far as 1 am Informed no fund has
been raised similar to that raised at
Austin to set forth Hie advantages of
San Antonio ns n health resort for con-
sumptives. Why this Indifference and
It appears to inn our citizens should
spare no pains to uiako San Antonio tho
u Inter resort for consumptives. As
olonel Sellers would Bay "There Is
llllons In It."
Last winter 3.II00 strangers passed
Inter at Jacksonville Honda and
thiv spent $IOu ap'cce on an average
hev left $3oU)00J In that city. 'The
rohabiiity is mat tney spent s
ece. or an aggregate oi ii.mu.wu.
be exnrmllturo of such a sum In San
Antonio would brighten up things in u
wonderful manner. .Many of tbn visit
ors would bo so pleased with oiircllinale
to lo ate Hero permanently ami in
vest their money in real estate mercan-
e business or lactones.
I suggest that our citizens tako the
necessary steps to set forth to tno world
the peculiar advantages of San Antonio
winter resort lor scencra auer
health. How shall this be done? H hy
raise a fund lo have an ablo write-up
made printed nnd circulated broadcast
over the Union It would be advisable
have such write-up published as an
advertisement In the Huston Adver-
tiser Cincinnati Knqulrcr New York
Herald and Chicago nines ns mat
would place It before millions of persons
wlso would" never see II. liotel men of
San Antonio would act wisely wero
they to rube S150U ninong themselves
nwurus u nind lo ne ii'eu in propeny
ttlng forth the peculiar ndvniitagis of
n Antonio aa a winter resort ior
health sluuo the hotels would reap n
golden harvest from the Increased In-
ui or visitors to the c iv. i ne saioon-
men cigar dealers butchers boardlng-
bonse keepers and physicians might
ell allord to raise an additional J1..WJ
for this purpose. It strikes tnu that
there ought to be 200 citizens who would
ubscrlbe $10 a piece towards sucn a
fund. These combined sums would
amount to$li000-usum amply sulllclent
tllnir in i the lulviuilslncs ol sail
Antonio as a health resort In n well-
written pamphlet and then publishing
the same or a synopsis ot Its salient facts
In tbe newsnaners. As the assessed value
of properly In San Antonio amounts to
teen minions oi uouara it
should not be a dllllcult matter
o raise six thousand dollars for such a
purpose as that of attracting to San
AUtOniO lllOUSanua OI lieimil eecaera
every winter. Ibis is an nitair Hint
nntwerns everv real estate owner and
business man In tbe city. Invalids will
go to any point that oilers them any
menuiiientoi their uenitii irom uiu in
fluences of a genial climate. Die devil
Is doubtless the "prince o( llnrs" but be
iternl a nolnt Ii ank truth nncn. in
neaklnir of Job he said "a man would
give tils skin Itself for Ills life." It Is
even so. Now. there Is no humbug at
all about the climate or ban Alitoniu lie-
Ing highly beneficial to persons allllcted
Willi uronciuai ami puiinornry diseases
numerous Instanced In our input at
test Its Invigorating Inlluencca but
what weneedlsto apprize the north of
this fact as totbe healing effects of our
climate upon pulmonary diseases. A
pnysician migut discover a specum
remedy for some disease which was con-
sidered as Incurable but what would
he discovery nrollt him. in case nono
would give bis remedy u trial? That Is
the condition of San Antonio.
For Bale Rent or Exchange.
KOO-acre much with tanks plenty of
water rood frame houso and barn' liV) acre
of hay land six miles from city. Would pro-
icr in exciiaiiire ior larKvr rum-it ji .
Also. 50 acres of flue land four inlios fruai
city fenced and ten acre undirculttatlon.
Ity. Apply to
T. 11. Jomnsok
tlrst.elass coachman and ceneral
service man In a private family ltccoiti-
niendallon rerpureu. ivnne man pre-
ferred. Apply room No. 1 over .Ioh
.Menys saloon. ii'U.i
Notice to the Pi bile.
We tho undersigned will not bo re-
ponslble for any debts contracted under
our names. M r.CKKXiiOTii
11-3'itlt W. KCKKNIIOTII.
Grand Thnnkaarlvlnj Matlnoo ot Turner
l'rlncede Jelma and 10 star artists
Popular prices 15 23 und M cents
Matinee at 2:30. and nlKht at 8:15 p. in.
November A grand time for the
ladles and children come.
Uuslnees Men to tbe Front.
IMIUir Ban Antonio I.kiht.
If I discern the signs of the times cor-
rectly public opinion In San Antonio Is
rnnlillv pnmlnir un to tbe point that we
must have a llrst-class business mayor
and council proviueu we uesire to nave
tbe city Improved as it must be to in-
mm Ita future growth and nrosneritv.
This state of publlo opinion Is a good
omen and it wilt Dear goou iruit at tue
rninlnir munlcltial election.
Tbe neonle are In tbe right to tako a
lively Interest In tho men who are to
manage tbe city government during the
fierlod in which costly anu important
mpjovements are to be made In the
city. Tbe valuo of olty property will be
greatly ennanocu tiy ine proposes lm
nrovements. nrovlded they shall b
executed properly and In order that
tuey may oe properly execuieu it ue
hooves citizens to nlace the citr irovcrn.
men! In tbe hands of suitable men. No
one wants to aee the funds raised for
niaklne valuable Improvements lavished
for electioneering purposes or wasted In
jobs to ward Dosses. i u.
WHERE TO BUY YOUR CLOTHING
Men Boys and Children.
Anv nf llifnn iitti. rut It it
iimnr tit ihn hlrhrico! milti In fi'Mitloii ti arilcln 1
nil kiiidi of itifxln iKimllr fcopt In this rirjmrlment.
Our GrandlFall Opening
-IS NOW ON'
Wo are Proparoil to Givo Special
Carpets Rugs and Mats.
Wt am unvf Mmwlnir tint )i.rint lino of OAllTfnM wp c it lift 4. (il
nn.rUfinrnii.t MIJUll unKAI'HIttlmiHJVcrltororf.
InurRln('iirityur.!wM.' . Xm I Kino All-wool Carpet ju
0(mM lrirmfn)tinl wl.l i.V HrunettK irooJ
Body Brussels Velvet Carpets-Fall Line.
KANCV M ATI
212-214- Commerce Street 212-214-
Somef hing 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
New ffliittata Hai
OAM. AND KXAMINE MV LA110K
MTOUIC OK NKW OOODS AT 1'ItICES
THAT CANNOT UK UNDERSOLD.
rOK STRCET COMMISSIONtR
1 hereby iiiiiioiimu injseirns a candidate
for re-election to tlmollleo or Sheet Oommls
aloiiur. 1 ask fur no commendation other
than my work In thta city anil if nwilected 1
wllldoiny work us I have Uouo In tho past
Htiil will work for ttio lKst Interest of tbo tax
payers of tbu city of Hun Antonln.
ran city colusior
TIio iinderslirneil most respectfully
or fit y Onllectoi
it Po held onllio Hill
KlIKli. C. IltllEISEM.
Wish to Buy a Neat Woll-Fitting
SUIT OP CLOTHES FOR FALL;
IK St). WOK AT
Elegant Line at $10.00
$1 1.50 $13.50$1 b
Hats Shirts Underwear
252 and 254 Main St.
The race course south of Main Dlaia
can now belbnught 20 psr cent below
l. .). Ki. Htbvim.
i will offer jrou. All
s hutft a full line of
GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Bargain in Evoty Dopartmont
b an J loo If our ttrli
and Trevino Avenue.!
AS FOM.OYVS :
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
42 and 44 Alamo Plaza
BAN ANTONIO. ... TUEAB.
bodies to all parts or tha United Btates. Tele-
phono oonneotlon. Calls attended day and
OHOAH BtKOSTBOM. T.U.Q!
Undertakers Funeral Directors
Livery Stalles&Hacli CeDiected
Hacks Ko. 10.11 u IS 11. 15. Undertaken
Offloo U Blum street and Bublos opposite
ena-er Hotel. D"dles embalmed and SUPPM
all Tnlnta 1n th.. TTnlnn. OnlTWhltHSMa
tho tit v. Open Day and NlaSt. TsLlt O
Wood For Bala
cord delivered. Henri orders U M.
lan sol mum street.
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