San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 354, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 30, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Mr. L DIUel.lonf and favorably known ee
ono of pan Antonio's nterprlalna! ottlMaakaa
removed bla baker? from No. Boulb Alaaao
street utVo.m South Alamo HIM where ke
ill hereafter bo found and ready to auptly
hit ouitomi-ra and tho publlo fenrrallr. wltk
all kinds of bread cakes and ererythlar la
his line. Mr. Ille ielbr hn untlrln effort
baa bollt up aBne buamesa and deserves
vatronan of the publlo. laVls-lsa '
Paint 7 our floors.
II) having o
Mt three thuv
not!.. Or. I
U.e corner of Artmie K and Houston itm
will bo tnnii(tly and BHtUtacirll dono Ala
all kindi or boute UK" and cnrrlsfre pali.Unv
Rest material uwd Charges rvaionabli.
Volume VI Number 354
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBER 30. 1886.
Only $5 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
Chronic grumblt-ra always And limn bad They fall to
see that tbe fault I e with thrmarlvra Think bull-
bess la not satisfactory because the world goes
wrong Tnki' t lilne jou And them Swim
rather with than against the tide Warm
weather has oauard a decline In
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS AND. SUITS
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
Blankets and Comforters !
AllatciceprtlnH.y low price which hai
in Ado our Arm renowned. In our Shoo
Department o curry at all times doublu
tho assortmciitof any homo Iti
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our stock Is all made to order from tho
bent srlcctf d mati-rtal. Wo liavo no ponr
unllttlng- itikkIs. Prices warranted tbo
lowest In tbo city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK - DOWN CL0THING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats I
NEW GOODS !
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Cot . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann Prosldont - Otto Koehler Sec. and Managoi
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
ix vehf SON
Gigantic Stock in all Departments!
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED TOE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Merchants advertise in various
ways such as "Selling Out at
Cost" "Damaged Goods' etc. try-
ing to gull the publlo that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they uro enabled to Bell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a traud
ou a generous pul iiu by offering a
lower gtudo of g ode which ore
palmed off as g od and Bold as
Kach 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
bcou successful mid am proud to
suy my business has increased
each yearaud Ib.uow
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment o
the Kind in the South
ajS"I)urlni: the Beon 1 wlll.ofler extra Inducement lo Ml departmental
N. W. Corner Main Plaza.
San Antonio Texas
Prom all Parta of the Olobe Con
densed and Boiled Down.
The Wabash matters will go the U. 3.
Engineer on the Baltimore A Ohio
Qrover la getting the upper hand or
Louis talks or another bridge
across the Mississippi.
The Mobile and Ohio alrlke endi dla-
aaterously to the strikers.
The State university wanta an addi
tional Inoome or $30000.
Htato Comptroller McCall'a bond of
$75000 baa been approved.
Oreenaburir. I'a.. rcoorta a 1 100.000
Are destroying Its ilne.t block.
Duakln. dry goods. Gainesville falls:
liabilities $15000; assete $11000.
The Mrs. Oen. Logan fund amounta
to S'iO.OUO and la rapidly Increasing.
rlttabum and llloonilnirton both re
port prize lights. Where nro tbo police?
Salisbury relies on Uartlngton to till
the brcaoh and bridge the tory cabinet
Cant. It. 1'. Flv haa been aobolnted to
succeed the murdered Shertll MoKlnncy.
JudgeUarwood. of Cotulla died sud
denly on Wednesday evening.
The Texas Trafllo asaoclatlon will nut
25 lnapectora and weighers on Ibelr lines
alter Jan. i.
Jodan. dry eooda dealer. Waco closed
on $17000 attachmenta; atook will In
voice aooui 9uiuuvu.
The Hlirbt ltev. Dr. Hcrzog Itoman
Catbollo blabop of JJrealan f ruala la
It la atated that Count Halstol will
succeed M. UeQIers as ltuealan minister
of foreign allalra.
The Comte de Parte and Duod'Au-
male will pay a visit shortly to the pope
San Francisco oar atrlkera are moving
for a general tie-up If tbelr demanda are
France will not flirht Germany unleas
Oerinany makes the llrst assault so
Lord Colin Campbell wanta a new
trial and.faillng that will bring bla oate
before me House ot i.orue.
The Ilulirarlana are proud of their
jsngusn recepnon anu nopeiui inai tu
powera win am mem.
The Adama ezDreea car robbery waa
given away by Jim Cummlnga' mother
Aira. miireck oi iavenwonn.
Farmers' Loan and Trust company en-
uln Moriran'a ateamshlii and railway
Hue from disposing of tSSI.WO bonds.
Terry lor the murder of Policeman
Williams ot Houston la on trial In that
No II llnola ladlea in Washington keep
open bouse on New lear a out oi re-
spect to General Logan's memory.
Tbo Canadian raoitlc railway la build
Ing special cars to transport twelve 80-
ioii guns lo victoria u. u.
The ship Jonteeu from Hotterdam
for America. In bullust haa been wrecked
at Dover. Ten or the crew ot thirteen
were rescued after an exciting scene
lleniy M. Stanley the explorer la still
in l.nnuon. lie win aiari ou inur.uay
for Zanzibar. It la ascertained that lie
declined an oiler of $10000 to return
to America and complete bl. tour.
Mrs. Louisa Stanton of Brooklyn. Kel
decree of separation from her butbuud
ltev. uenjamin stanioniororuei anuiu'
Cant. Suarrow. of England suicided
at Denver In a tit of deapondenoy hav
ing loai nia all tio uuu in a oogua came
The executive committee of the cattle
irrowera assoclat Ion memorialize con'
greaa concerning the forthcoming bill on
The steamer Cormorant from New
Orleans for Ilremen aahore on 21ftt. on
isle or Wlgnt is breaking up; i.ihj Daiea
ot ner oargo nave ueen laaen out.
A 32-round prize flirht fought at
Btreator III Both brutes badly pun-
lanea. stakes fauu a siues anu gate
General Passenger Agent Stevenson
or the Mexican Central railway. Is en.
deavorlng to work up a steamablp line
between uatveston anu corpus cnriau.
Lamar says that Logan's Intellectual
Eower was greatly underestimated by
Is political opponents and not over-
estimated by bis warmest personal
A railroad train runs Into a crowded
street car at tbe Chicago atook yards
crossing anu knocks it into splinters
No one seriously hurt.
Schooner St. John burned outside St
John. N. II. harbor. Five of the orew
Including oaptaln fatally burned one
urowneu me remainaer Dauiy irosi oil'
Two vounir slrls In Boston having
quarreled with their lovers took lhd
"rousb on rats" route to tbe silent shore
and maU' tne voyage aeapite too doc
D. O. Morgan murdered forhla money
waa found dead late laat week and the
later Inveatigatlons having revealed the
fact of murder Instead of suicide tbe
country Is In awnlrlof excitement. The
deceased was a hermit lived In a rail
pen. ana recently sola some property tor
$1300 cash. No real clue but one arrest
An Immense meeting was held at Cen
tral Mualo ball Chicago on Wednesday
night as a memorial service for her
illustrious aeaa. roe stage boxes ana
balconees were heavily draped. About
JW0 were present and many army
veterans. Hon. Hob. Lincoln opened
tbe meeting and appropriate resolutions
were passed followed by eulogies from
many eloquent speaxera.
lagan's body was placed In the canl
tol rotunda at noon to-day where It will
remain until to-tuor ow at noon during
which time the publlo will be admitted
to view tbe dead general. Mrs. Logan
baa specially Invited the members of
tbe Army of the Tennessee soo ety to be
uretent. The body is cloihed In plain
black the 18th army oorp badge on the
left breast v. lib the old legend '-Forty
jiounua." sue generara orotuer'ia'
law and neuhew aceoinnanv the re'
malna to tbe capltol and remain there
until tbo cortege leaves tor tne norm
Handsome floral oOeringe In great profu
sion have been sent to tbe committee In
cbarge and delegations from olvlo and
military sooletlea are arriving on every
train. The funeral will be an Immense
TUB 8 AENO ERFE8T.
A List of Participants In tho Sixteenth
BlnglDg Foatlyal ofTexae.
Tho comlna' slnftlnf festlral t- be airen In
Ban Antonio will bo ono or unerceptlonal
magnitude and the LtaitT publishes a list of
tho Ban Antonlans who will take part In the
lebratlon. Tbe San Antonio dctctratlon will
oonsl.t of the grand tnlled cholrandfour
ilnglng- societies consisting or malo volcee
only as foilowsl
OIIAIfD MIXED CllOln.
C. Hook Director
Miss llorten.e Jones. .. .
MIm Marie baooste
Mr.C. II. Mueller
Mrs. II. Elmendorf
Mrs. 8. Maverick Mn
I Amellallandcr Km
Till Light staff li lb received an I
vltallon to attend Ibe annual union New
Year's ball or Ore companies No.' I and
i to take place at Scholz's ball.
W. MoA Ulster
Julia Use. el.
nn C'ara l'raeg-cr
V. Ilcrir. Jr.
Ueo. M aimer
r Kuchnllnr I- Lacosto
awiaa sinoino bociett (Helvetia).
Ed. Meyer Director
V. tlensel. A. riuchl.
uhwller. U. tlenti.
Isel A. Wllutlm
Ick n Ilcnti.
Weber II. Flentjcn.
C ltuellinann . ...D'rector
Tonrad llotz. Otto Keller
wm voruennann Jacob Wairner
Win. K.lck luis Eckcrt
O. Itlchter. I". Meblch.
r. It encr. It. Ilik.
Hobert Dauchll ltobert Ootthardt
s iieiui inooaore Aiuellcr
SAN ANTONIO MiGNNEllcnOn.
Alwln Lohso. Ernst TAnjro.
Ilernbard Schramm Jacob Wagner
Franz Itoepor. Karl Wesonberir.
Gcorffn Wairnor Henry Wairner
(xinraa wavner. carl Naao
A. Xordmatin. 1. Kuehnllnir.
F. Carolua H. Carolus.
Carl Hock Director
Ilarnlscll. lluirn Clans.
W. Rchuwlrth A. Zorkowaky
DEQIN TO CANVASS
'or Stock Yards and a Refrigerating'
It Is dlsoouraglng to witness the
apathy shown by the moneyed men or
Han Antonio In the matter or raising the
amount of funds necessary to start the
stockyard ahd a refrigerating atatill.li-
ment. All that seems to be needed to
get these Important sohemes started Is
tne appointment or a committee ot en-
ergetlo men lo oanvass for slock among
our own citizens and the stockmen In
the western counties. W lb tbe Drone r
effort In canvassing there can be no
uouui dui inai an ine siock required
could be secured. Delay In this matter
Is rraught with peril to the future
growth and prosperity of San Antonio
aa stock yarns anu a reirigeraiing rao-
tory may be started at some other point
Cities must seize bold of and Improve
their opportunities. The stand-still
policy will certainly ruin any city that
adheres to It long enough. Push vim
nterprise unity ot eiiort ana liberality
are the only means of promoting the
growth and prosperity of cities.
San Antonio possesses unequaled ad-
vantages In the healthfulneas of her cli-
mate tbo abundance or her water sup
ply anu ner geograpnicai position as
the entrepot of tbe trade ot west
Texas and men of wealth will be In-
duced to make thilr residence
here. Let each citizen use every
possible eltort to improve and
add to the advantages above named
by fostering and helping every enter-
prize caicuiateu to augment me iraue
and buslnesaofSan Antonio and thereby
of adding to Ita population and wealth.
In case the city shall grow and prosper
every one of its citizens must be pro-
portionately benellted by the Increase or
business and the enchancement of the
value of real estate.
It goca without saying for It Is a self-
evident proposition that Ibe location or
a stock yard and a refrigerating factory
In San Antonio would be largely con-
ducive to tbe Inorease of her trade and
business and would demonstrate to tbe
worm tbe vim anu enterprise oi ber citi
zens and tnelr determination not to be
dlsianced In tbe race for Improvement.
ivnat naa Kept Aiianta in a growing
condition? Nothlngexcepttbe Indomit-
able pluck and energy of ber citizens.
Kansas city owes nor marvellous growth
to tbe same cause. Neither of those
cities are able to vie with San Antonio
In natural advantages.
1 would suggest that a committee take
the Held to canvass for subscriptions of
stock tor the stock yards and the refrig-
erating factory and that a correspon-
dence be opened wllh all the leading
tockuien in tne counties west or our
city requesting them to join In pushing
these enterprises forward. We must
make a beginning and the earlier this be
done the better for San Antonio
A single gentleman desires a furnished
room neutrally located. Addresa "O."
A bay or brown oolt. wllh whllo soot
on forehead live months old. Liberal
rd will be paid by returning to No.
318 Austin Street. iUxnv C. Buck.
F. llerff Wm. Bchoch.
C. II. Mueller. Alex Kuhn
wm. llocuing A. DrelBB.
A. Deckmann F. Kuohnllng
31 ar sutor
W Bwltzer. t J Stead. II F llrowo. Now York;
jjoronzo m jonnson. J A nautjie: wllo a
Muillcr.E.IA Iteln'r.OalvestonjDrJ W Nlmn
no wile uavio utobv and wllo. Misses IN
New Orleans: SK
slon and wire Mlsa Carrie Woolston. St Louli
A Lewis leiaaj ltev t j llurtn Austl
I J B
. Colorado. Texas! J (I Hlnan. llel 11
U M Coen Memphis; A A lttchards Ban
F. Illcka. Kl I'aao: It MarOeld. Helena: Wh
Bbarky. Uoerne; Frank llarnanl.Corpus Chris-
aa's: W n Htarr. Houston: F Warier. Ila!nnla!
John J Ilurke. Eairla 1'assl V O Wondliurn.
Tbe Royal Wedding.
A reporter for tbe Light In company
with Mr II. Dreualns and Count Quen-
ther Von Sobwarzenberg visited bis
of tbe wire tbe statement was gotten
from ber by Ouentber that she never
bad been married to him. This was dif
ferent from wbat she staled In the
morning when she said she was married
to him. She was backlnir un her trrMula
ami It U understood sbe and her children
wilt start tomorrow for Europe.
It may be stated la this connection
that the school board of Ibe city will
take some action in regard to tbe new
wne oi ine count nee airs. Murphy
who. until tbe mayor called for ber res.
Ignallon was a teacher In the publlo
Butcher Frank Krlaeh has received
full-grown bear from a friend In Mason
county wblcb be will kill tomorrow
morning and have the meat lor sale at
bis stalf corner North Florea and Obrale
1 meat should lead In tbelr orders early.
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
M Ladles' Cloaks all kinds IID Men's Suits only left for S SO
40 IjoIIos' Dolmans new styles 7 60 Hoys' Hulu very very cheap only.... S 10
10U Wraps dltTcront kinds all new Flno Uenta Cassimcra Bulta. only too
at ylea Is u) to 113 00 Splendid Men's Uyerooau only I 09
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
tamo Assortment only ....fj &0 ladles' Kid Button Hoots It SO
Misses' tll.ters 6 01 Very Fine Kid Hutton Hoots SO
Very Stylish Ones S CO Mlauss' (lood Quality Hutton Hoots... t 00
Cblldrcu'a cloaks 2 7 Ladlea' Iteal Hand-Sowed Hutton 00
Inirraln Carpets new lino Sla. a yard 1M Wblto Woolen blankets 14 00
Huiiert'anwu tirlirhl patterns.. Mlo. a yard 1M Flno Quality blankets 00
All-wool nupcr Ultra 7r. a yard 13-1 Fine California blankets 1 00
Urussels Carpets only. 7&o.ayanl Qullta.. . from 11 00 to S 00
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At too. per yard Worth Sic Ladlea' Knit Vest BOo.
for 'Jm. per yard. Handsome. ..Worth Wo. Children's Knit Voata Sto.
tor T.'po. per yard All-Woo' Goods dents' Knit Bhlrts too.
sold everywhere at f 1 00 Uents' Fanoy Bull. 1175
HIS & 0PP1II1I111
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
THE COUSINS MATEO.
Miss Sadie Scudder and Mr. 8. D. Scud-
der Join Hands and Hearts for
The loving hands of friends decorated
Madison Square church for the marriage
or Mlsa Sadie Scudder eldest daughter
or the ltev Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Scudder
to ber cousin. Mr. Slllas Downer Scud
der and yesterday a large number of
trienua aaseniDieu in iub cnuron to wii-
nesstbe performance of the marriage.
little alter tne appointeu hour-
three o'clock the bridal party arrived
and amid strains of nuptial mualo.
entered tbe cburcn in tne following or
Miss Hattle Scudder and btr brother.
The ltev. Dr. Scudder and bride.
At the pretty evergreen arch erected
r lauv menus ine tiriuai party wen
received by the eroom. and all proceed
ed to tbe altar. Here Dr. Scudder read
tbe service rings were exchanged vows
pronounced anu then tney were de
clared man and wife. This done tbe
bridal kiss was given and the party
marohed down the aisle as tbe grand or-
gan played Mendelssohn's soul stirring
Tbe bride and bridegroom were at
tired In neal traveling costumes and
ent direct from tne church to tbe tram
en route for Austin where they will
spend their honeymoon.
The happy oouple were tbe recipients
of many tokens of love and respeot and
all wished them tbe fellolty Incidental
to a bappy wedded Ille.
On tbe Trail.
News was received. Wednesday from
oil the Aranaaa Pass train that Sergeant
Itudd and a squad of rangers had struck
tbe hot trail of Sherlfl MuKlnney's mur-
derers In Karnes county and would
soon capture them. 11 tbls be true tbe
next news will probably ho of tbelr
capture or ueai ii.
Dec. 23-Cbas. Wleder. 2t years of age.
cerebro spinal meningitis. Dr. Jones.
ueo. rj Annie lurquand aged 70
years failure of vital powers Dr. Edgar
Deo. 23 -Infant ot J. V. Illce aged 1
month strangulation Dr. John P. Itlce.
Dec. 29-Lulu J. Mitchell aged 10
montoa. irom nux ur. A. uraves.
ueo. ou-iviison roier aged JU years
eryeipeiaa city puy sician.
Tbe fourth game of chess In the
tournament at tbe Mikado club rooms.
was played last night. The players
paireu ou as iohowb: avcock anu riSK
Itossy and Iteltberg. Halbeldl and Nor
ton Lambert and Keller Lewln and
Ituby WulB and Perelda Morltz and
llansl ltubensieln and Lewin Winners
were liutiy risk Kosjy Norton. Wulll
Keller ltuhenstelnand a draw between
Morltz and Uaosl. Tbe next game takes
Tbe entertainment at Cumberland
Presbyterian church last night was
?rand success as was also the bountl
ul supper served after tbe entertain
ment In tbe basement of tbe church
Every lady gentleman and child ores
ent waa fully provided for with turkev.
coffee ohooolate oak" etc served by
beautiful young ladles. The large
cuuruu was uiieu wuu oiu ana young
The entertainment consisted of solus.
eboruses responsive readings recita
tions aim a utaiogue an irenuini
commemoration of Christmas tld
THIS CHANCE 1
Jnhcird of Prices in Dry Goodi-We are Dstermined to Make Oil
Prices So Low That Everybody Can Boy.
-BE SURE TO CALL AT-
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1000 pounds Fancy Candy at 15c a lb.
100 I -4 pound boxes Raisins.
Evaporated Apricots. Peaches. Plums.
Dried Cherries and Blackberries.
California White Figs and Nuts of all kinds.
Large assortment of Fireworks.
lo Fact We can Fill Yoar Bill for the Holidays at Rock BOTTOM PRICES
Corner MilitarT Plaza anil Trevino Street.
Nothing Is more appropriate or mora highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than articles of Jewelry. You will find at mj
store an endless variety or rich Jewels ranging In prices to suit
all. ir buyers will call at my store aod leisurely surrey the
grand display of Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will aea
for themselves that It Is muoh better to purchase of our fine first-
olass goods at the remarkably low prices we will ask for them
than It Is to buy from those who oOer goods bought In Job lots
from eastern auction houses. Bayers of such articles find oat
when It Is too late that they bare been sold and that they b
paid a high price for Inferior and undesirable goods.
North Sid Main Plaza.
GRAND OPENING OE HOLIDAY GOODS.
Wholesale find Retail Dealers and Importers ol Wines and Brandies Gins
Liquors and Cigars'
Nos. 19 and 21 West Conimerce Street.
We wish to Id form tbe publlo that we are now f ullr prepared to luppty tbe trade with eTerr
thltiir In tbe lino of Imported and Domestic Winet Um idles. Gins Liquors and Clfmra our
Mr. Wahlstab being host and having purobasod tbe choicest atook of goods erer brought to
To the ramllj trade we would sar. that our Holldar Ooodi cannot be excelled either la
quality or prices and families wishing to supplr tberoselros wilt sare monej bjr calling on ua.
All orders bjr mall or otherwise will bo prompt 1 attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURANT.
SIMHANQ & HAMPEL" Proprietors
Lunch and Meals I Oyster Eish Game
K-2-Om AT ALLj HU0U3.
WHEN IN faaUgOir.
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