San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 355, Ed. 1, Friday, December 31, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
Paint Tour Roofs.
Mr. t tJIclieUonr and favorably twill
ono of Han Antonio's enterorttja oInmmlm
removed hit bakery from no. I touts Anas
street to No. 20 Kmjtb Alamo Mm wkara h
will hereafter to round end ready 10 mgHr
his cuttomerl and tho publlo i-nwraUy. wtt
II kinds of bread nkw and everytha la
hit line. Mr. Dle'tel br his untlrtn sCors
has built up Intnitiiw sod deaoms ts
patronaan of the public O-ll-lm
Daws ard small hole thereby preventing
lratuiiriKtboturni and rami of Ibecoui
in winter innntns. Orrtera lilt with Die at
thronrner uf Avrnuo K and Hounon ttrt-t
wl Ibvrmi'ptl and patlilactitrllj done Als
all kinds or houce altrn and CHrrlapc paiutlair
Volume VI. Number 355.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER 31. 1888.
Only $5 a Year
Chronic grutubltrs always Dn1 times bad They Tail to
seelhallhe fault I h with themselves Think bull
Deis Is not satisfactory becausn the world goes
wrong Take thing! as you And them Swim
rather with than against the tide-Warm
weather hit caused a decline In
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
No larirer Hock l round cither In
medium or fair grades Ibaa we carry.
Blankets and Comforters 1
All at exccwJIfuflr low prices which hail
made our Ann renowned. In cur Shoe
Department we curry at all times double
the Miortucnt of any bouae In
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our stock Is all rondo to order rrom the
best selected material. We bare no poor
unfitting roods. Prices warranted tbe
lowest In tuo city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS I
Inquire for Prices!
WOLFF & MARX
Cot . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex
H. D. Kamnmann President -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS
Gigantic Stock in
Merchants advertise in various
ways. Bitch as "Selling Ont at
Cost" "Damaged Goods' etc. try-
ing to gull the public that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous put lie by offering a
lower grade of g ods which are
palmed off as g od and sold as
liucli season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improve the
quulity and make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth iu each purchase. In fol-
lowing out this course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
ouch year.and ls uow
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment of
the Kind in
MtTDurlng the Beaon;i.wlli;oner extra
Ns W. Corner Main Plaza.
Otto Koehler See. and Manager
TBE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Inducement In all department!.-"
San Antonio. Texas
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEW8
Prom all Peru or the Globe Cod-
denaed.and Dolled Down.
Another Innocent man killed by an
Inebriate at Uearne.
Michael Davltt has married Mil. Mamie
Yore ol Oakland.
The rewrrd now ud for the arrest or
McKlnney assassins la S1&00.
A ner.ro counterfeiter named Ed Lan
caster It In the tolls at Jriltrson.
Tbe Baltimore ulaia workers return to
work upon the company's own terms.
France will deepen and widen the
Isabella Ueuir. niece or Hubert Burns.
During the rear now cloilnv 8010 miles
or new railroad track have been laid.
Kansas lead the 1880 railway builders
with 112U nilles or new track.
Lord Ilartlngton declines to enter the
UDner.Mnrlbt.ro. tbe countv re at of
PrlnceaUeorge Md. about hair burned
Attaehmenta on Jordan's Waco slock
o date loot up $2000 and more to fol
The Canadian election! returned the
liberal nartv to uower bv Increased ma
Tbe conference to arrange the ocean
steamship war on rates has not let ef-
fected any restoration of old rates.
The trench officer. Letelller. who was
arretted at Carltrube on suspicion or hit
oeing a spy oat Deen noeraieu.
Salisbury will reorganize hit cabinet
now tbat Ilartlngton refuse! to become a
Tom and Oscar IIoDklnt were asaasl-
nated by Dan Nelson at Ureubam: result
of a colored feud growing out of election.
Culverlut bavlne failed to Interest the
governor In hit pardon It preparing hit
cate for the legltlature.
taring Pasha formerly General IV. W.
Lorlng or tbe Confederate atmv. la
rinkerton dott not know whether
Forthirlnghatn wat Impllcaled or not.
no is waiting to do toiu.
Qladttone'a blrtbdav wat tbe occasion
of congratulatory messages and memo
rial services all over Kngland.
Enirland nromltea another social scan
dal to surpass tbe Campbell nastlneas.
i.et America quarantine.
An unconfirmed rumor Is abroad or a
terrible llxhl between Mexican troop
and revolutionists In tflnola.
Grover l.eeltl sbett.r. Had a cab-
Inet meeting yesterday occupying an
John Dillon has slven the ball re
quired by tbe government ti Insure his
non-agitation or tbe anti-rent campaign.
Qen. Kaulbars of Bulgaria. notorlet j
la attached to tbe Hatful Duke Vladuilr
the czar's eldest brother.
feeret.ry of War Smith will take
Churchill's place at leader or the con-
servatives In tbe bou.e or oomtnons.
A lira In Lisbon destroyed a large
block or buildings; live people were
killed and several uremen hurt.
Mrs. Logan requested that privates of
the army be selected to carry her hus-
band's body to III appointed plaoe.
Chicago tenders the southern extremi-
ty of Lake park as a tiual resting place
for Logan's body.
Tbe black pall that covered the dead
Lonan's birr Is that same Dall that cov
ered the martyred Lincoln.
Logan being dead. It Is said that Penn
sylvania will put forth Cameron as a
The outgoing; and Incoming sunerln-
tendents of education are busy drafting
an euucauonai ran to suumit to me legis-
lature. Mexla Is all stirred ud over the un
earthing of a forged cotton receipt upon
wuicu tuo lurger urew tue casn anu
Oladttone tayt he wat never so con-
scious at now that he la working dis-
interestedly In behalf of his countrymen
In all parts of the kingdom.
Ilerr Avellng and wife tbe Imported
socialists have taxed tbe tocletlri In
tnit country jiwu for thirteen weeks
James Tumllnton therlfi of Dlmmllt
county It charged by Captain Silas Hays
with killing Sberlfl McK.oney.ofLaSalle
Gen. Boulanger hat not deoreated bit
war estimates and hit re-appolntment
of generalt commanding fortresses It
looaeu upon at aomewnat ominous
Bruce OrlOln a oattle thief of tome
years standing wno "never would be
taken alive." wataulellv corralled In
Fort Wortb and It now behind the bars.
Nearly all tbe money stolen rrom the
Adams express oompany will be recov-
ered; It was burled In five different
The order of funeral procession Drer
loualy arranged al Washington wat
raiinruuy carried out Lieutenant UeO'
eral Phil Sheridan commanding.
Tbe tteamer Brady Johnson used at a
boarding boute wat burned to the
watert edge on tbe Blgbee river about
10 miles above Mobile and several lives
Judge Gresham hat refused to turn
over the Wabatb to tbe purchasing
agent and ordert Cooley to resume con-
trol of tbe lines east of the Mississippi
A Chirigo nrlnter sot 120.000 for
printing tbe letter bead by means or
wnicn "uiimroings" got entranoe to
Foriherlnxhaius oar. He was Innocent
of any Intent to do wrong. A guileless
It Is asserted by a correspondent of
tne London Timet writing trom Paris
that Itussla and Germauy tinned an of
fensive and defensive alliance two
Gladstone says be keept quiet under
Brlgbll attacks because he would lot
say one woru to pain tueoiu man witn
wnom ne nas nau suco pleasant rela
A tbeet of fresh fallen enow lav unon
the ground at Washington yesterday
when the dead Logan was carried to the
capltoi and tbe tombre skin were In
Keeping wiiu tue sau nearts or tue
The secretary of tbe treasury hat It.
ued tbe 1451b call for the redemption of
Done. This can it for 10000000 or the
turee per cent loan oi jooj.
Grand Pott No. 5 O. A. It.. Philadel-
pbla. calls upon Gen. Lucius Falrchildi
grand commander ot tbr ordrr.to It-iue a
call to tbe U. A. It. potts lo pay otT the
fnnrtir.o'ea An rmir.ri f.iD.h'. hnn..
neau uy voluntary luotcription
Several dynamite bombs were found
with fuse attached under the Geary
ttrret car line Han Francisco tuppo'ed
lo have been put there by the late
striker with the Intention of blowing
up the track.
A military commission It at present
engaged In translating the word of
command used In the Bulgarian army
for the Kuaslan language heretofore
uteu in iiuigana.
Telegrams from Mendoia tav It It ex-
pealed the cholera epidemic will yield
to the atrlnirent tnraturet adonted bv
the doctors. The municipality of Buenos
Ayrrt bts voted $.VI000 lor the relief of
sudercrs at Mendoia.
Turning Over a New Leaf
r the San Antomo Ltaiir.
Tbe first day of a new rear is an Im
portant epoch In the life of mortals
whether tbey be In the prime of life or
tottering down towards Us western
horizon. It may chance to be the last
year ot their earthly career death may
entwine his Icy lingers among their
ueart strings oetween now anu ikw anu
tbere Is no ohance tor reformation and
amendment In the narrow precincts or
the cold grave. Nor la there any chance
of repairing the wrongs we may have
done or or unsaying the unkind and
narsn worus we may nave uttered.
Death terminates our earthly lives and
a the tree falls so must It lie for all
How manr. who entered unon the
year or 1S80 In robust health with bouy-
ant nopes nnu oraint tun or tcnemes.
now repoe In the tomb? That may be
tbe fale of all of lit.
national crealuret should never he
allstled except wbeu tbey are moving
forward In tbe path of Improvement.
mat it wnat our reason waa given to ut
tor; and we misuse It unlets we turn It
to account by self-Improvement When
ever a man or woman Improves him or
herself the Influence Is felt In widening
circles of a purer life and a belter ex
ample anu tuts untnougnt oi innuunce
may extend Itself through generations
lo com'. "No man lives to himself" he
Is bound to exert an Influen e eltber for
good or evil upon those about him
and tbe mere thought of such a thing
saddena a conscientious person.
"lieu is saiu tooe paveu witn goou in-
tentions and broken resolutions and It
ay be true but that Is no argument
agalnit good Intentions and good reso-
lutions 'there Is a wide gulf rolling
between a irood Intention and a bad In
tention between a good resolution ami a
had resolution even though the former
Happen to near no iruu anu perisn oy
I he wayside. "The spirit Is w liling. but
tbe nVtli It weak" waa the confession of
he nnoitle. Paul and It U the confes
sion of honest men In a'l ages for hu
man perfection is -a lauiuess monttcr
the world never saw."
1 have no faith In sinless human crea
tures and saints In the Uesh. I have known
many genuine Christians not only In
(nine and In creed but In sincerity an '
truth In humility charity love and
faith hut Ihey were not saints nor
blessed with sanclllleailon or slides-
ness. Nor did Ihey lay claim to exemp
tion irotu tne innrmiiies innereni in
We have all made resolutions of
uendment. and when temptation way
laid us and seized upon us suddenly ne
yielded to the temptation with deep re-
gret and poignant sorrow not unmixed
wlinasnarp twinge of self aoaaement.
Habit Is In truth a sort of second na-
ture and. for that reason. Is hard lo
overcome. This Is no reason why we
ehould decline to make an ellort to over-
come vlclnut habits that mar our hap.
piness ami uerogate from our usefulness.
But we have uflen resolved anil re-re
solved to discard and lay aside some
vicious habit and were sincerely In
earnest In doing so and flattered our
selves tnai we were aoie to act up to
our resolution; but alas temptation
uieueu our resolution as tne sun uis-
solves snow and now we fear to make
any more resolutions lett tbey too shall
Never mind what your Dast short com
legs may bave been take a fretb start-
turn over a new leaf wlib Ihe advent of
the year 1887 and use your belt ellort!
to enter upon a purer anu uettor lire.
It It tomethlng to aspire to reach a
blgber plane of existence and to inapthe
cnains ot vicious naoit anu to correct
personal defects to endeavor to
Working out tbe beast; let the ape
anu tne tiger uie."
But there are sins of omission as well
as commission. Slavery to vicious
bablts Is degrading to manhood and
should be thrown oil nut the lack of
benevolence kindness and charity are
Inflnltely more hurtful tosoolety.
Covetousness produces more misery
than almost all the vloet combined and
yet tocleiy teemt to regard It at a mere
Let oi til start out 1887 with the de
termination to do our best lo render
those about ua happy and to do at mucb
good at lies In our power to tbe poor
iick anu neeuy. x n.
A Mexican wbo gave bit name at
Einlllu Baldesptno. wat arrested last
evening by Officer Van Alstyne for theft
of a coat collars pistol tblrt and album
from it. noon a inoemaaer on Houston
street. He It alleeed to bave broken
open a trunk In tbe tbop and taken
theae articles. Justice Barnts bound
hlni over to the grand jury In the sum of
$'250 which falling to furnish he went
nave You Got It.
For tbe Information of the many San
Antonlant wbo bold ticket! In the Con
federate borne drawing Ihe I.ioiit pub-
lishes a list of the principal winning
No. 11431 -Tract of land in Travlt
county va ueu at uuu.
No. 11.421 -K egant marble mantel.
Not. 3 :m and 4t).73-Gnltl watcbel
Not. 37.178. 304 ?4 and 8703-Wagons
mo. u am it in uurnei.
Compare jour ilckett and see If you
nave won anytuing.
Ilenry Lilly cruelty to animals dls-
Chat. Miller drunk and disorderly $7
Ella Brown being d'lorderly $5.
Juliana Brown Intuiting language
Oeorge la Ho Happy.
Qeorge Rilling. Baldut' rlsht-bsnd
man was happy this morning and was
setting them up handsomely for the
boys. Tbe cause or his Joy was a baby
girt mat usuie 10 ins nouse last lilgni
and as this Is Ihe tint of that kind ol
vltllor be It mighty well pleated with
the auspicious event. Mrt. Hilling and
uer uauguicr are uoing well.
Of the Old Year to Escape Creditors
Mr. Oroehon Wearr or Tangled
Owtnff to the thort time the I.iailT re
porters had lo write up Ihe a'uuunl of
ihe tulclde of ihe late Mr. John F. Gro-
hon yetierday tbe particular! gained
vere very ineanre. Mr Grothoncame
from Frederick Maryland to San An-
tonio when a young man and hat tlnce
resided honorably ainonu us. He mar-
ried Miss Sapptngton and at the lime of
his death a noble son about l'Jyeart of age
was the Issue of their marriage lie
had tilled many positions of trust In our
business community and was for years
the book-keeper for Mr.SatnC. Bennett'!
large grocery establlsbuirnt. Later he
had been a real estate commlaslon
broker and Important commissions
had been Intrusted to blm and
been performed faithfully and hon
estly. Ills suicide was very tragic
and the cause for It Is set forth In his last
letter written evidently a few moments
before he II red the bullet through his
Drain wnicn enueu uts uie. ine letter
as written in ins utuai tun. rounu style
lib bit well-known signature attached.
Great care wat taken In dating the day
of tbe month and the year and even the
time of writing tbe note 2:16 p. m. In
nis letter aauresseu to juuge i. r.
Simpson be staled that tbe time had
come when he must do what he had con-
templated lor some time. It waa not
sudden; but he had received the last
blow. Financial difficulties was tbe
cause. He asked Judge Simpson to see
tbat be waa burled and to give bis wife
and boy advice.
He had been talking lust a few min
utes before In front of Mr. Itlsche's store
to Mr. Fred Lahourcade Inrrirardloa
note on which Mr.Groihon had failed to
secure Ibe money. Immediately after
necrosed tne street anu entered the
store of S. I. Fox In the rear of which
he had his olllce. No one was in the
room and sealing himself at his deik
he must have penned she above men-
tioned letter and then taking bis Utile
bull-Uog pistol from his drawer where
be kept It be placed Ihe muzzle In hit
mouth and II nil the bullet. His band
wlib the pistol In It dtopprdtohls
knees and he fell back expiring In a
lew moments. Jbre ne expireu Mr U.
D. Hiiemer of the I.ioiit hearing the
shot rushed In and found Mr. Urushon
yet alive and soon Mr. J. E. Libalt and
Captain W. it. Story came In and
fearing tbe pistol would drop and ex-
plode as It contained one more load
they look Ihe pistol from bis hand. Dr.
Favre coming In remained until he
died a 111 tie before 3
Justice MuAlllaler on being sum-
moned held an Inquest and according
lo ihe evidence ihe Jury returned a ver-
dict of tulclde.
Ihe remains were taken in charge by
Col Slmpton who gave all the neoet-
tary orders for burial.
Eloctton or Officera.
The Knlsbts of Pvthlas. Elk Lodee.
elected the following officers fur the en-
iing term laatnigni:
C. A. Keller C. C.
Nathan Han V. C.
J.J. Watso i Prelate.
C. B. Mullaly. Keeper of Kecords and
J. M. Cain Masterof finance.
T. B. Johnson. .Master of Kxchenuer.
Aaron frank M. A.
J. P. VV. street ltepreienaatlve to
ine grand lodge win meet here in
April next and Klk Lodge Is making
extensive preparations to receive them.
trustees eiecteu last nignt were
Messrs. C. S. Itublnson. G. D. Iloemer
and Madison Dallas.
Were filed In the district court since
last report as follows:
uoiuirank frank ec company vs.
Edward Schmidt. Suit to revive Judg-
ment. Klla Desmuke vs. G. E. F. Desmuke.
suit for divorce on tbe grounds of oruel-
ty. Mason & Suuitneiiln are tbe attor-
neys for plalutlfl.
TUE LAW ON MARRIAGE
Peculiarly Applicable to the Case of
At tbe common law. Mr. 'Ernli
Guentber would have been held tbe
husband of Ibe woman wltb whom he
cohabited for several years by whom
be bad children and whom be recog
nized anu passeu on as nit wire in
many oi ine states oi tue Amerioan
union tbe common law rule Is still up
held and enforced and the ttatutes re
specting tbe obtaining of a license to
celebrate the espousal are held to be
merely uireoiory anu mat it it compe
tent lor pertont oi proper age anu legal-
ly able to marry to coutummate tbe
contract of marriage per verba de pre-
sent! without a license or the Interposi
tion or one ot tne functionaries desig-
nated by law. Tbe Hate vi. Murpby.
u Aia it. ma.
Marriage may be proved by cohablla
tlon as man and wife reputation etc
in all esses except on a trial for bla-amy.
or In an action of crlm con. -Ford vs.
Ford. 4 Ala. ft. 142.
Tbe declaloni In nearly all tbe states
where tbe common law prevails. Is to
tbe same tenor. Tbe common law pre-
vails in Texas sub modo. The statute
of Texas does nut declare tbat marrl
ages without license shall be null and
old and the omission to to declare It
persuasive to itiow tbat the require-
ment of a license It merely directory.
The statute of Texi t on tbe srtbjeot Is
essentially tbe same as tbe siatuteof the
states where U has been held to be
directory only and not to Invalidate a
a marriage good at common law.
New York. New Jersey South
Catollna Kentucky and all the
ttatea in wblch tbe oommoo law pre-
vails would bold a marriage proved by
cohabitation reputation etc valid
though not solemnized according to tbe
If Mr. Guenlber's cohabitation wltb.
the woman wltb whom be lived for sev
eral yean and whom be parted oil at
bit wife wat a valid marriage at com-
his marriage to Mrt. Murphy waa null
anu voiu au initio uecauae ot atr. uueti'
tber't legal disability to contract mar
rlage. I he count would not he Incllued
to strain the statutes when the onlv ef
fect would be to bastardize Ibe children
born during tbe cohabitation with Mr.
Guentber No. 1. and would doubilraa
construe Ihe Texas statute! respecting
iue uiuuui upcrauui oi auiemnizing mar
rtage to ue merely uireoiory. u J
Encourage the Bora.
The carrier boy will call upon you and
present their handsome address. Ra.
member tbe boys have served you well
during tbe past year and give them
W iat vou can snare ao that the hnva ntn
enjoy themselves and tie encouraged for
ueiici aeivive u yuisiuie in me IUture
THIS CHANCE 1
Unheard of Prices in Dry Goods
Prices So Low Tbat
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
CO t-adlea (loili. all kinds It in si Men's Suits only lett. for H I?
40 ladles' Dilmns. new stylet 7 SO Mors' Suits very very cheap only.... 1 M
tuo Wraps different kinds all now Kino Genu Caaaimera Suits only SOS
tries It OO.to IU 00 Splendid Men's Orerooata only ( W
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
Largo Assortment only f 3 BO ldfes' Kid Button Boots II II
Misses' Utters 6 re) Very Fine tld llutton Hoots f ao
Very girlish Ones Ill Mls.ss' Hood Quality Button Hoots... IN
Children's Cloak J IS Ladies' ileal lland-Sewed Uuttoo I so
Inuraln Carpet. new lino So. a yard 10-1 White Woolen lllank.ts ft St)
Kiiprrt'arpels. brlnht patterns. fi00. a yard 11-4 Pine Quality tllankets am
AlIWool Kupor Ultra tto.ayard U-4 Pine California Ulankets... 100
Urussels Carpets only 7So. a yard Quilts from It 00 to I M
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At lOo. per yard Worth Elo. Ladle.' Knit Vests SOo.
l-orsjo. pcrjrard Handsoroo. ..WorthWo. Children's Knit Ve.U a.
Por 71Wi. per yard All-Woo1 Uoods dents' Knit Shirts Wo.
sold everywhere at II 00 (Jems' Panoy Butts II
II1S & Of PEIIEI1E1
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense
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.
In Fact We can Fill Your Bill for
Corner Military Plaza and TreTino Street.
Nothing Is more appropriata or mora highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than articles or Jewelry. You will And at my
itore an endless variety or rloh Jewels ranging Id prices to suit
all. ir buyers will oall at my itore and leisurely survey tha
grand display of Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will MS)
for themselves that It Is much better to purchase of our flne.Orst-
elass goods at the remarkably low prices ws will ask for tbeo
than It li to buy from tbose wbo ofler goods bought In Job lots
from eastern auotton bouset. Buyers of luch articles And out
when It It too late that tbey have been sold and tbat they b Va
paid a high prloe for Inferior and undesirable goods.
tiolcsale and Retail Dealers and Importer ol Wines and Brandies Sins'
Liquors and Cigars'
N os. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
W with to inform the puhltc that we ire now f ullr prep red to lupplj the trade with every
tain? In the line of imported and Uomestlo Wlnea Uraridlea Qlna Liquor and Onr. our
Mr. wahlitab twin taat and baring purcbMod tbeobolocat atroicof aood ererbrouibt to
To the family trafle we would tar that our Holiday Onod cannot be excelled either la
quality or prloea aud families wuhlny toiupplr tbemwlvea wlllaavemonej br oaUinc oaua.
AU ordera by mall or otherwlae will bo promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURANT.
SIMMANO k HAMPL Proprietors
Lunch and Meals I Oyster Fish Game
lIMji AHALIi HOCUS. I WHSWIKSaUSON.
-We are Determined to Make Ou
Everybody Gas Buy.
TO CALL AT-
Bargains before you buy.
the Holidays at Rock BOTTOM PRICESJ
0E HOLIDAY GOODS.
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