The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 3, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Texas Monday. January 5. 1 885.
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Dan J. Coi.iow
COLTON & BOLTON
AUCTIONEERS $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS
404 EAST HOUSTON STREET SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
ttjrSecond-hand Fiirnllu.ro Bought and Sold Particular attention given to
Outside Sales. Satisfaction guaranteed and consignments solicited. ij-M-ara
J. H. MARQUARf
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CRESCENT CITYjjQI'f JJ) Q MANUFACTORY
And Dealer In Leather and Findings Wholesalo and Retail.
Will fell you a Hoot or Shoe Homo and Hand .Made. .My stock In superior to
any In ttio State. Ten thousand dollars north of ready hand made Roods lo be
closed out at pilces lower than heretofore known. Tills oiler Is for the next :in
days. Call early and ho convinced.
Flno Ouatom Work a Spoolalty. Ho. 17 Solodadst. op. Oourthouso.
No Table is Complete Without Wine.
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J. R.onse 8c CO.
IMPORTERS OF WINES LIQUORS AMD CIGARS
1'IS llnuitoti Street ttttu Antonio Teisi.
tli-lniilt endireniilnfucso.tourvooil.. Hnmi'ln Krcoon iWlonlon slid (KJOIH UBUV-
KnRli Htr.Btnnr wri i'f tlipiir. I'IokkIvb ul a call; wo (lull ticat tou rlM we
wntoil lU'.UUi.All CUKTO.MKIt. our Icloplionu nuraberU".
J. RONSE & CO.
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pjLlorin"''i"i' 1'a'1': 1ct
DOB.& ENQELKB I'll Commerce Street Agents for Texas.
Williams & Russell
(Successors to Soule & William)
UIOLKS.l.i: A 741) HKTAII DrAI.IMH IN
Paints Oils Varnishes Patty Brushes Kalsomine Alabastine
And Step and Extension Ladders.
Anl tor CrfMul Pluto (IUmC impanr anil Av rill ltil) Mljnl Palnlx. II.Yrnn Imid
a lull line nt IVnll 1'jpcr llarKlns-g nnl D.'.iirn Min or Mies' fliivnn hlca wo are now nr-
iar"l to stll n. Mftri Tlmr t'llooi. Wo hIioMiiv ek ll"n wnikinott nnd ere prrrert'il to eon.
trrl rr ll work In Ult lino. Alio a fiiil lino ul L'uiUlu;. fluju. 1'olei anil i'lituro. Art
Ho. 233 and 235 East Houston Street.
SHAW & BENSON
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING CONTRACTED FOR
Dinieult construction In llrlck Work a Speclaltr. All Clilnuiet Flues Guaranties!
Ilox 437. lttsldonee S Santa Clara jilace.
235 Commerce St.
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Ss ENOELKB 2U Commerce Street.
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San Antonio Tex.
SAN ANTONIO IS VISITED BY
SOME EXPERT BURGLARS.
Three Safes Attempted Two
Broken Open-Over $700
San Antonio must feel flattered at the
rapid progress she Is making and her
reputation as a city worth visiting Is
evidently Increasing. The latest addi-
tion to her floating population Is th In-
flux of some metroploltaa cracksmen.
These followers of a somewhat precari-
ous profession made their advent known
In several portions of tlio city last even-
ing. Their first call was made at the
establishment of Messrs. Hutu & Volt-
brccbt'on Alamo plaza and was made
about 7 o'clock In the evening. As Is
usual with these gentlemen they pre-
ferred to make their entrance at the
back of the premises and first tried to
force the transom above the door with
an augur; finding their efforts useless
they took out one of tbe panes of glass
and one of them squeezed himself
through it and by some gymnastic feat
known only to the professlonreacbed the
floor. The safe was then Interviewed
and a drill was used to pierce the com-
bination of tho lock; after having pene-
trated the steel door a punch was In-
serted and tho lock broken off. They
were doomed to disappointment and
doubtless chargln was depleted In their
faces when they discovered only a few
dollars and a check on tbe National
bank. Dr. Omer Landry whose drug
store Is next to Messrs. llutti & Voll-
brecbt's says that he beard a good deal
of knocking next door but thought It
was some one chopping wood. After
having concluded their visit here prior
to which however they furnished them-
selves with a good chisel and some cha-
mois leather the cracksmen paid a visit
next door to Messrs. Heuerrnann Broth-
ers' grocery store climbing over the di-
viding wooden fence. Hero tho work
was easier and an entrance was eflected
by prying open the back door. After
the entrance bad been made the
front door of the store was
treated to a liberal supply of cobbler's
wax all the aperturea being tilled In
with this substance. Here the true
cracksman sbowed himself. They had
evidently found that the safe was a diffi-
cult one to taokle and would require
tbe aid of an exnloslve. Tho door was
duly drilled and tbe tuse Inserted but
their practiced ears had beard an alarm
next uoor and they knew the trap was
sprung. Hurriedly leaving their tools
tney mauo goou tneir escape be lore de-
tection was possible. The alarm tbev
had heard was no false one It was next
door and was tbt return of Mr. Huth
who sieens on me premises accompa-
nied by Mr. William Kypfer clerk lor
NIc lengg. These gentlemen on dis-
covering the robbery Immediately com-
municated with tne police. The safe In
Messrs. Heuerrnann Bros. which the
cracksmen bad not time to fully operate
on contained rich booty having depos-
Government ofllolal who had placed
It there for safety and S7S belonging to
the firm. The safe when seen after tbe
burglars had left It still bad tbe fuse
sticking out of tbe bole drilled Just above
the lock. The robbers did not go away
entirely ( mpty-handed they taking
about 0.0U from a drawer In tbe coun-
ter. After these comparatively unsuccess-
ful attempts another part of town was
chosen for the Held of operations. About
3 o'clock this morning Zlnsmeyer's sa-
iuuu vucii uy ur a n. jvremp-
kau. was broken Into. Again tbe
method of entrance was the rear
tbe rodf being climbed nnd thus
reaching tbe middle window of the
second story. It was prised open.
The safe which was down stnlrs In the
saloon was operated on In a similar
manner to tho others namely a bole be-
ing drilled through the lock cutting tbe
combination a; fuse Inserted and
exploded. Here tbe cracksmen had
the luck all their own way tbe amount
of "swag" amounting to nearly $700 In
money. After securing this booty tbe
baok door was unba.rred by means of a
piece of rope the robber or robbers
dropped out of the window about eight
feet from the ground.
The three s.res broken Into con-
tested of a Mosler-Bahmann at Messrs.
Huth A Vollbrecht's the same make at
Krimkau's and a Dlcbold & Krenzler's
nt Messrs. Heuerrnann Brothers'. It Is
very evident from the style or work that
tbe depredations have been committed
by no novices. N'o trace of the thieves
have as yet been discovered. It Is how-
ever likely that they are Mill In town
for gentlemen of this class or burglars
generally make a stay In the city they
are paying their attentions aad after
the first exeltement has blown over
make another raid. There were various
reports about town this morning con-
cerning other places wbero it "was al-
alleged that burglaries bad been made
notably NIo Tengg nnd the Menger Ho-
tel bar. 'there Is sot the slightest foun-
dation for these rumors.
Captain Hughes nnd Mr. Walter of tbe
Galveston News were passing Zlns-
meyer'n aaloon about tbe tlmo tho burg-
lars were there and heard the explosion
when the safe look was blown open but
were unable to locate it and finally
thought it was a plst61 used in the
drama at the Fashion theatre.
What Occurred in the Different
On Saturday evening Democratlo pri-
maries were held In the four wards of
the city when delegates were selected
to attend the convention to be held to-
day. In the First ward after the selec-
tion of delegates Judge Devlne stated
that he regretted that that waa the lint
time he had attended prlmarlea In U
years. Had they all attended Buoh a
j state of things as exist now would not
iinvo urm utuugui auouc.
In W;-rd No. 2 the bloody eeoond the
fractorlal Secretary Jaok Labatt was
almost Irrepressible until he was vigor-
ouslj.sat down on. This chief grievance
was the placing of any llcpubllcans on
the list or delegates.
In Ward No. 3 the prominent Demo-
crats who thought they would have It
all tbelr own way had their equanimity
greatly upset by the strong force of tbe
worklngmtn who amounted to about 200
strong. A committee was appointed to
select delegates and when tney bad re-
turned and submitted their report Cos-
tello moved that a substitute committee
be formed. This son of toll was ruled
out of order hut It did not prevent Cos-
tello from banding in his substitute to
the Secretary. It consisted of a ivork- i
Ingmen a delegation.
W W. Herron promptly moved to
table and after It bad been put to tbe
vole tne mairinan saiu uetnougntine
motion was lost. A division was called
for and after a great deal of excitement
the motion was declared lost. Tbe sub-
stitute war then put and tbe Chair de-
clared It lost. A division was again
called for and the Chair refused saying
It was nut of order.
The Chair then declared the commit-
tee report adopted amid shrieks of no.
After some fiery exclamations from A. I.
Ickwood tbe Chair declired an ad-
journment amid a storm of yells. "Wo
will beat them at tbe polls" was the
In the Fourth ward there was not
much excitement and the delegates
were selected by the committee ap-
pointed without any altercation.
CLAY'S BAD LUCK.
Also Ills Bad Poker Playing Like-
wise His Presence ot Mind.
From tho lUltlmoro IteraM.
"Yes sir that's tbe very same table
on which Mr. Clay used to loso the
greater part of his Congressional salary.
As I said Clay and Bright sat down to
play at 8 o'clock. 'Now Dick' said Mr.
Clay as tho game began 'understand
that I cannot play later than 12 o'clock.
I promised to attend church nt Alexan-
dria to-morrow morning and I don't
want to go there looking as If I had been
up all night.'
"The blind was ball a dollar a dollar
to come In and no limit to bets. In
those days there was no limit as there
generally Is now. All n man could de-
mand waa a sight for his money. The
cards were cut and Clay got the first
deal. Ho was n noted card shulller. He
could hold bis hands four feet apart and
fly tbe cards from ono to the other with-
out a card falling. His favorite style
was to mix tbe cards from the end and
not from the sides holding a hair deck
In each hand flirting the ends with his
thumbs and mixing fliem Into a perfect
pack with ono movement. Ho usually
dealt with one hand with scarcely a
perceptible movement of tbe arm his
long muscular lingers enabling him to
throw each card to lta proper place.
Hut Clay was not a good poker player.
Like most Intellectual men he played
for the excitement not for gain and as
a rule he was so careless about his bets
that he caue out loser. He bad a pas-
sion for big bets and he rarely railed to
straddle tbe blind or raise tbe bet after
the game got fairly itartcd. So If the
luck came h'a way be would win heavi-
ly ns long r.s It lasted. Hut he was a
great blulftr and bet high whether he
ad the cards or not. Tbe men he played
with found this out of course and be
never came out of a prolonged game
without belnz fleeced.
"For nearly two hours tkat night Clay
had everything his own way with
Bright. If he didn't bold a klng-rull
four times running followed by a Jack-
full then I hone I may bo shot ror lying.
Bright tried his best to catch Clay In a
lilutt but It was no use. Clay came
to tbe front every tlmo with
a band that nothing but fours
could phase. At 10:30 Bright bad lost
$1MX) and bad borrowed S500 from John
Hancock. After that Clay's luck de-
serted him but be failed to recognize It.
He continued to bet as blgh on a pair of
deuces as he had been belting on an ace
full. By midnight ha had lost all his
winnings and $i'jO0 besides all tbe cash
be bad with him.
"'I guess we'd better quit' said
Bright 'as you want to go to church to-
morrow.' " ' Oh I blew the church' replied Clay;
'do you suppose I want lo hear a man
preach right on top of losing $1000 at
poker? Not much. Vou Just lend me
$500 and let the game go on.'
"So the game proceeded and at day-
light Clay was In debt to Bright to tho
amount of JI500 and that Is tbe way It
stood when tbe game ended. I beard
afterward from Hancock that Clay liqui-
dated that debt Jy giving Bright a deed
of 320 acres of Kentucky land and trans-
ferring to him six shares of stock In a
"Clay went to bis room that Sunday
morning shortly alter daylight to go to
bed. But be took a sudden resolution
to go to Alexandria anyhow and keep
mo cuurcu engagement. lie weni in
tbe carriage of a friend. Oulin n rnwil
followed him when be went out to get
In bis carriage. There anumber of pec
plo were presented to Mr. Clay among
them the rector or the church. The story
was that while be was talking to the
reverend gentleman Clay put his hand
In his poeket to pull out his handker-
chief and In doing this a pack or cards
was suddenlr soilled on the irroiiml.
Clay was not the least abashed but de-
liberately gathered up tbe cards re-
placed them In his pocket and remarked
to tbe minister and others who were
standing there that a friend had put tbe
cards In his pocket as a practical Joke."
A DOUBLE ATROCITY.
Two German Sheeprolsers Found
iwuraerea in Their Camp.
Dr. J. A. Burns or Uvalde arrived In
tne city this morning and tells of a mrs
terious double murder which has lust
been unearthed In Uvalde county it a
aneep ranch about eight miles from
Uvalde on tbe Medina Two Herman
sheepmen were found one on Thursday
and one on Saturday last lying one In
camp and one In the vicinity about 300
jiu ium camp muruereu witn tlielr
heads beat to a Jelly by some Instru
ment apparently an ax. The bodies
had lain for several days tbe murder
being committed about last Tuesday. A
uepiiiiuu rceie on a .Mexican snepueru
Who Is mlsllnir from the na!trhtinrhon1
A yellow low slicker or rain coat and
a shepherd's sling both spattered with
u.uuu were tounu near ine oamp
Ladles approve or yoar smeklng Little
THE MANNER OF SELECTINO
A Correspondent Who Took It In
Gives Vent to Ills In-
dignation. Editor Han Antonio Lluht:
Being a lover of fun under whatever
heading It may appear I attended the
dictatorial matinee of the committee or
eleven at the District court room and
the convention or the people at Krlsch's
ball but or all tbo performances I ever
witnessed tho Third ward primaries Is I
by far In tbe lead. At about 7:30 p. m. I
strolled leisurely Into Schclz ball where
about 70 people had congrrgated to
watch the antics of tbo untamed II cry
rue and tried Democrats of tho Third
ward. Little knots or men were scat-
tered around talking or various subjects.
In one corner or tho bouse wcro about
13 men who held a consultation on tbo
merits or the various candidates while
on the opposite side stood about 20 or
tbe true and tried who would rather
rule In hades than be subjects In
heaven. Those 20 under the leadership
of one or two old war horses who came
there with r. cut and dried delegation In
their pockets began to see troublo al-
ready when II. B. Salllway entered the
ball with a smllo and shook hands with
about two-thirds of the gentlemen pres-
ent. The veterans saw that fair play could
never win In this case so it was ar-
ranged that If any attempt was made to
mar tho performance or tbe tbe set pro-
gramme the Chairman was to rule It
out of order or to sit down on It In
some other way known only to the
initiateu in tuis new style ot parliamen-
tary practice. The temporary Chair-
man after vainly trying to propound the
principle nf LVuiucrno. to an Int. .Ill-
gent audience who knew moro about It
man ever no uiii ana recommenuea
that only "the true and the tried" parti
cipate which In plain Kngllsh meant
iiiaino man snouiu oo selected as a ueio-
gate but those who nau sworn al-
legiance to their clique. He then
announced that nominations were
order for permanent Chairman.
Ex-Senator Houston and Mr. II.
II. Salllwar were nominated nnd
right here Is where the unfair play com-
menced. It was a well-known fact that
ir Salllway were elected chairman he
would not appoint a committee solely
from their ranks and they could not get
In their made-un slate or fifty delegates.
So Mr. Houston's name was put to the
bouse and he got about twenty-live
ayea when the temporary chairman an-
nounceu very quicmy -.nr. Houston
please come and take the chair."
The chairman with a business like ac-
tivity determined to carry out his part
of the programme announced tbe next
tiling in ortier was tne election oi a sec-
retary. Mr. Hall was the choice of tbe
clique. Mr. Hall appointed an assist-
ant. Next on the programme was a
motion for the chair to appoint a com-
mittee of ten to select fifty delegates.
The committee was In waiting already
seiecteu uve uays previously anu aner
being absent from the hall nine minutes
and thirty seconds returned and submit-
ted a list or seventy-five; an amendment
having been carried to add twenty-live
10 me list which jusi iook tuem nine
minutes to add to tbe list of fifty already
made and In tbe pocket of one of them.
Alter tne names wcro read it was ap
parent to every one In the hall
that something had gono wrong; as sev-
eral prominent Itenubllcan names had
aome on tbe list of delegates. "Ye
gods" the old war-norsesiiau lorgotten
who tbe true and tried were or was It
possible that only 60 could be found who
were true to the ollque; but now con-
sternation tilled their ranks ns Costello
stepped to the front and oll'ercd a sub-
stitute which tbe Chairman decided
out of order. Just think of It an ex-
Senator statesman and old polltlcan de-
cides that a substituto Is out of order.
wnen cauagnan and aiuway come to
ino rescue anu a vote oi tne iiouse is
taken on It to lav the substitute on the
table which was lost by a rousing
no. Rage and disappointment was
visible on every face of that clique
they bad been trying to deceive the
people but the people would not be de-
ceived. The Chairman was cornered
and his conspirators could not get near
hi in to advise him. So he determined to
bring matters to n close by deciding all
things In favor of his clique. The adop-
tion of the aubstltute was carried by a
rousing yes and again foul play came up
when tbe chair decided that the noes
had It. When a division was called for
the tellers announced that the ayes bad
It S3 to 61 foul play again. The ayes I
counted Ul to 47 noes and then even In
tbe race or a clear majority as given by
the tellers the Chair decides against It.
Some or the veterans began to see that
their cake was dough undertook to bull-
uoze tue people out u wouiu not work.
The people stood their irround. and the
Chairman thinking that In case or a
ngnt lie migni lie might get hurt no de-
clared tbe meeting adjourned and ske-
daddled from tbo hall.
After the Chalrmaa and his cllnue
left the hall an excited crowd of
citizens some of the most respectable
In the 't hird ward were heard to ex-
claim. "Well ir that Is Democracv I
cond act I never before witnessed and If
tne .nairman or tne lietnooratlo county
Kxjcutlve committee admits that dele
gation to tbe convention he will be act
fng In an unust manner knowing well
that tbey are not tho men the people
selected but tbe men selected by the
friends of a certain cllnue and are not
Democrats nor do they know the princi-
ples of Democracy." The men who par
tlclpattd In this drama need never ex
pect any favors from the bands of tbe
people or San Antonio as this will be
borne In mind for many a long day and
will be brought borne to them when they
east expect it. ue-mocraTi
Broke ills Finger.
Able Fedder one or the Lioiit carrier
boys waa monkeying In his house with
a 22 abort calibre revolver and aooldent
ally exploded It the bullet breaking the
second linger or his left band and glano-
Ing off Into the fire place The boy Is
The Gash Grocer
206 Commerce Street.
Holiday Goods for this Month.
Fireworks Fire Crackers Candies Raisins Dried Frnits.
Till! OTtEATKST BAHOAINS EVF.ll OFFKRF.D IN
Fine Port Wine . .
Fine Sherry Wine
Fine Sweet Catawba
Fine Dry Catawba
A largo stock or Champagne and
this month regardless of price. I have In stock a large assortment of CHRIST-
MAS CANDLKS which I am offcrlng at bottom price. Do not forget the place
200 Commerce street.
PEOPLE TO G. B. FRANK'S ALAMO STORE ?
Immense Stock New Goods and Lower
Prices in All
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN !
CoTWe oiler over One Thousand Ga.-ments such as Cloaks Circulars Raa-Tde"
ttay-sians. naming jactets ana uisters 10 seieot irom. ve naveTnsi
CKtf-lieduced the Trices cut them down so that there will be-vm
tejran opportulty for everybody to keep warm.Tdl
Jackets that were
Jackets that were 3 60 are now 2 25
Jackets that were 00 are now 2 7E
Jackets that were 8 00 are now 4 00
Better grades reduced In same proportion. In other garments sacrifices are
also being made equal to those above described but our stock Is so larpe that it la
impossible to enumerate. Tbe next to consider Is our
We carrr Philadelphia. Bolton and Baltimore makes. We have Ike larsrest
(no exception) stock of foot wear In
wuica win suit averyDouy. juore
For sale at this house than are to be found In hair the stores In the city all put to
gether. Don't forget It I 2S0 pairs pure
$2 00. 200 pairs at $2 50 worth $3 60.
$3 00 $6 00 could not be duplicated for
H Bales Comforts at
12 Bales Comforts at
10 Bales Comforts at
10 Rules Comforts at
10 Bales Comforts at
10 Bales Comforts at
And still more from
13 Pieces Grey Twill at
10 Pieces Grey Twill at
11 Pieces Grey Twill at
unite anu lieu rianneis an reduced bo anu luo a vara.
Winter Skirts In Felt and Flannels at correspondingly low prices.
We still maintain tbe old prices of
several exceptions which we are now selling at Free Trade Prices. Down they
got The great bargains of all. Competition nowhere 1 We want room and must
Men's & Boys' Clothing
Children's Clothing Overcoats for Men and Boys all must go and go at lxw
Prices like the balance or our stock. Above all. don't forget our GENTS' FUR-
NISHING DEPARTMENT for Underwear Shirts HoaTery and Hail and we
will convince tbe gentlemen like we do the ladles that we give them the raost
astounding bargains to be found In San Antonio. The People's Paradise in the
Great Dry Goods Center Is the popular and progressive house or
G. B. FRANK'S
ALAMO STORE 33 ALAMO PLAZA.
t3 L. W sCLsTC Y der repaired
- - - j net I enyraftng
Ladies' Embroidery Materials!
In order to always keep a fresh clean stock and to make room for our Spring
Importations we oiler Great Bargains to push off our remaining elegant
stock-. Look and then Compare our Prices with others 1
Our Motto Is : Large Sales Small Profits and Quick: Jlejnrns
Best Berlin Zephyr So par ounce; Saxony Yarn 20o per skein; Qermantowo
best quality 20o; Shetland 20c; Shetland Floss 20c; Ice Wool all oolori OOo a
box; Embroidery SUV 10o per dozen; Knitting Silk 33o per ball; Embroidery
Chenille 4Co per ball; Silk Arlslne 3So a dozen All colors Maoreme Cord.
E. RETTBERG & CO.
244- Commerce st. San Antonio Tex'.
YOU FOlt CASH
at 40 cents per bottle
at 40 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
.at i: 00 per bottle
French Cordials which most be closed oat
THE CASH GROCER.
S 2 50 are now t 1 75
San Antonio. The best grades at prion
and good white Blankets at $1 25 worth
Twenty other nullities at (3 60 ft 00
30 per cent more elsewhere.
ft 71 to 1 09
in Flannels that Should Pnt to
20c price elsewhere 30a
2So. price elsewhere SSe
UOo and 40c price elsewhere 40o and 50c
our Cotton Flannels and Domestics with
may vuA made t
Yrk ttyle. 1?ie
or engraved equal f J
trj woo or tnetaw oy
& ENQELKB 214 Commerce Street
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