The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 14, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light
THE OLD RELIABLE IT
SIM. In the Usd. Our
Motto c Good Gooprt .jiT '.
Jtausotmuc I'niciU.' Call
iind be convinced. :
HARRY BAUM fc CO. '
THERE IS BUT OHE
Dace (o Ett Flrst;ClaM
Wises Liquori and Ci- '
aim and that la the old
reliable house of i
BARRV BAUM tc CO.
Vol Y. No. 1 1.
San Antonio Texas. Wednesday. January 14. 1SS5.
Ton Cents a Week
206l Commerce Streetn A Vn -
o Selling Strictly . for . Cash o
As I am reducing my immense stock of Fancy Groceries I
offer same at close cash figures .that will astonish all. I also
wish to state that on Wines and Liquors I offer grqat reduc-
tions for the next 60 days to come. You arc sure to be
suited in all goods both to Price and Quality at the
&kVGASH' GROCERY STORE!
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME
20S Commerce Street
TELEPHONE NO. 143
J. H. MARQUART
l'luirMKTOit or HIK-
' And Dealer In Leather and Findings Wholesale and Rotatl.
Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Homo nnd ltnml Made. -My stock Is superior to
anv In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to be
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30
days. Call early and he convinced.
Fine Custom Work a Speolalty. No. 17 Soledad st. op. OourthouBO
n TP I HI H' ore prepared io do Gold Sitter and Xicltl Plating as cell
ft U I ilMlmand as cheaply as can be dot Kast. Old van repUted. Oar
ill for your c
DOE & ENQELKE
ill Commerce Street.
No Table is Complete Without Wine.
11CTAII. DEl'AimiKN'T OF
Jj. Ronse & CO.
IMPORTERS OF WINES LIQUVRS AND CIGARS
illi Houatcn Street Fun Antonio Trim.
We beg leave
Inck of OIIOICl
Ppectaltr. Therefore even uolir l
KIlKll'IlliB to anr I'ar'l of'th our. l'Von
wot jouaia iiKum.Ait cusnsiim o i
il la i
iilml anil (iOOO 3 lllll.l V
ivm ti a titlls b aliifl t eat uuiU l.aawi
elarli'no I'liniWrli I.e.
J. RONSE & CO.
RICE & RYAN
" - ' SUCCESSOI'.STO SESSIONS k CO.
Dealers to Hay Grain Feed Coal Salt Charcoal Cedar Posts
230 Houston Street Ban Antonio Texas.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
REDUCED PRICES IN
Ladies' Embroidery Materials
In order to always keep n fresh clean stock nnd to imike room for our Spring
Importations weoOer Great llargalns to push Til' our remaining elegant
stoat. Look and then Compare our Prices .with other!
Onr Motto Is : Large Sales Small Profits and Quick Returns.
Best Berlin Zephyr So per ounoe; Saxony Yarn 20o per skein; Germnnlown.
best quality 20c; Shetland 20o; Shetland Floss 20c; luo Wool all colors COo a
box; Embroidery Silk 10a per dozen; Knitting Silk Mo per ball; Kuiliroldery
iuenuie uo per uan; dhk Ansiue oou a uozen. iwi colors iuncrenio loni.
' E. ftETTBERG & CO.
244 Commerce st. - San Antonio Tex
SHAW & BENSON
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING CONTRACTED FOR.
DiUloult construction In Brick Work n Specially All Chimney Flues Guaranteed
uux lotj jiesiuence o sawn i;iara place.
Dan J.' CoLToy.
COLTON & BOLTON
AUCTIONEERS L'GOMMISSION MERCHANTS
40i EISHOUSTOS SLIEST "3AJ AUTOHIO TEX'.S.
. W 'econd-hand Furniture Bought and Sold. I'artloular attention given to
v"" u.i...(ui.un guuiuuiceu uuu uunaignmnu solicited U-W-Jm
Their Stylo of Oratory Choice of
Words nnd Quality
nm Itio fltablnaian onto.
There are unmistakable recullarltles
about many members of the House.
Some of them lmvo very marked char-actcrlitlcs-elther
personal or In their
manner of conducting themselves lndc-J
bate nnd in their nanus on the floor.
Senator Carlisle bus ft son so much like
him that be might without detection
mil the House to order. The Sneaker's
fralures are Irregular but very strong.
Ills face In Its entirety. Is one that
would be picked out as n face belonging
ton man of line mental abilities. Ills
face Is not commanding but when on
the floor of tlio Home It appeared so
hencver ho addressed that body.
Ills KnglUh Is simple nnd he has the'
tact of putting solid nnd even statistical
facts In an Interesting form. lie gov-
rns the House with a perfect knowl
edge of Its rules nnd an Impartiality
that has gained Tor him the admiration
of all parttes. Mr. Carlisle Is pale In
face nml looks cold but he Is not cold.
Mr. llandsll Is ft cold man. He lias a
commanding figure and n most effective
gesticulation. He Is as cold In debate
as Ice. As an organizer ho has no equal
n the House. lie never yields an Inch.
Often It has seemed that hlsdoggcdness
cool courage nnd quickness to take ad
vantage of every point that presented
Itself lmvo carried through measures
that could not othem Ise have been pilot-
ed to n successful Issue.
There are two swallow-tail coats In
the House. One Is worn by Judge Po-
land of Vermont and the oilier by Mr.
Cha'cc of llhodo Island. Judge Po-
land's swallow.-tall Is of blue broad-
cloth with gold buttons. Mr. Chace's
wallow-tall Is black and the body
oines lower than does the spiked gar
ment of the gentleman from Vermont.
Judge Poland Is one of the best lawyers
In the House. He has been more of a
committeeman this session than ft deba-
Thus he has not been conspicuous
on the floor except through his dress.
But his committee work has been of n
very Important character. Mr. Chace
has never been prominent on the floor.
He seldom speaks except upon financial
or tariff questions. He Is a large mill-
owner In Providence.
Mr. Blackburn of Kentucky wns un
til elected to the Senate to succeed Gen
eral Williams prominent In the doings
of tho House. He Is of fine presence.
has n voice that Is clear as n hell and
full of melody. He Is a born orator
Enchanting periods fall from his Hps as
do drops of water from the trees after a
storm. He used to be one of the leaders
on the Democratic side but since bo wns
elected to theSennte he has been seldom
Heard in the loner House and not often
seen ttiere. He Is said to be practicing
iur hid nm Miimy ui n iiuuiau senator.
General Thomas M. Browne nf In.
dlana Is tall with ft ruddy face and
uicc iunfc t-nn ue ueuru uiu wuiou U0C8
not please. He Is one of the lenders on
the Itepubllcan side. He Is always In
debate when anything relallnir to sol.
dlera' pensions or to legislation hinging
upon the events of the luto war Is up.
He was probably the most bitter antag-
uiuai in mo iiuuse io me mil ior me re
lief of Fltit John Porter.
Mr. Clements of Georgia Is one of
mo uriguicsi oi me younger members
lie Is among the handsomest men In the
Mr. Hamlnond. of flpon-ln. ! nn nM
member and one of the smallest In stat-
ure. He Is a very able lawyer and
always commands the attention of the
uouse wuen no nuurcsses it. ills voice
Is loud but there Is something In It that
makes It to a degree unpleasant. He
a ueuiu inuoi irequeuuy on consutu
points which arise under tho coinpll
General Pat Collins of Massachusetts
Is one of the most eloquent and most
witty of all the members. Ho Is of Irish
descent nnd one of the best of racon-
Mr. Cox. of New York la fino at tin.
best known men In the'eountry His
service In the House has been long and
greatly to the country's good. He Is
lully us able to cope with the most dim-
cuii. questions oi puutic poiloy as he Is
to set the House In an uproar or charm
his readers by his crisp and readable
Some of the best nml mnfttnaornl Wla.
latlon on our statute books owes Its pres-
ence to the wisdom nnd foresight of Mr.
of many others. read well In theltecord
and they have n large reading eveir In
that unattractUo publication. Mr. Cox's
wit Is real. It Is as bright as tjie moon
nnd ns Inexhaustible as the waters'of the
eea. His quickness of wit renders him ft
most dllllcult man to crannlx with In Hr.
bate. He generally gets the better of
To his many natural gins lie has added
n rich store of general and classical In-
formation. -Ills extenslvo travels Lve
made him n thorough man of the world.
He Is ft brilliant convener. He Is small
In stature and somewhat bald. He a a
Governor Andrew Curl In. nf l'ennavt.
vanln Is an old gentleman but still re-
tains bis splendid faculties and can
make a most brilliant speech. He Is an
erect and courtly old gentleman. His
voice shows signs of the piping stage
that Is until he gets well wormed up to
Mr. Dlngley or Maine has coal-black
eyes and hair nnd a somewhat unpleas-
ant grimace when he speaks. He takes
nn aclve part In all matters pertaining
to the shipping laws the fisheries and
the lumber Interest.
Mr. Dookery of Missouri Is the best-
natured man in the Home. It does one
good to look at him.
Mr Dotshelmer.of New York Is the
largest mau In the lloute. There Is a
great deal of the true statesman about
lilin. lie has a polished dellvrry and
perfea gesticulation. Ills voice Is full
ringing and pleasant. Ills views on all
subjects are hrosd and always non-partisan.
'Mr. Katon Is one of the most striking
figures In the House. Ills grey hair de-
termined air slightly peculiar voice and
Eestures make It an easy matter to point
Im out from tho galleries. He was one
orthe leaders In the Dcmoerntla ranks
when the Morrison Horizontal Tarllf He-
ductlon bill was killed at the last ses-
sion. Mr. Flmlhy.of Baltimore Is nno of the
best lawyers In the House. He speaks
eplgrammatlcally and has plenty of refer-
ences to aid to the pleasure of his epi-
grams and well constructed sentences.
Juilgo Foiled of Ohio and Mr. Jordan
of the same State are leadlnglawyers of
Cincinnati. Judge Follett Is eloquent.
He Is finished In speech-making. Mr.
Jordan Is one of the best-natured men
alive. He Is very witty. Ills conversa-
Mr. John Flnerty Is ono of the Irish
iiiemiicrs oi me nouse. no is tan uai
a fine brogue nod makes an excellent
sneecn. lie is not reiurneu to me next
Mr. Fornn. who Is n staunch friend
of the worklngman dresses In semi-
mrple nnd comes back to the next
Judire Geddess. of Ohio. Is tall and
thin. He Is goodDeinocratlo timber for
Ohio gubernatorial nominations.
jir. 1.1 on oi vtcsc Virginia is ine
rctary or l lie Navy under Hayes.
Mr. Shlvely delights to tell how young
Mr. Hewitt of New York. Is anxious
for a sound sleep and for his tarllf bill
to become a law. He Is very wealthy
often crabbed and the son-ln'lnw of the
late Peter Cooper. He does not strong-
ly Impress one when he speaks.
Mr. Holman of Indlann has a gener-
ous heart except where the National
treasury Is concerned. There hodrnns
the line. His voice Is n poor one nnd
inougn not a nanusoine man oy any
means he Is much better looking than
the picture of him which erratic Kdltor
Dana printed of him when Mr. Dana
was booming Mr. Holman for the Demo-
Mr. Henley Is a small gentlemen with
n very queer way about him liulellver-
Ing his remarks lie Is the orm Call-
fornlannf this House who comes back.
His manner of delivery Is tho only one
of Its kind In the House and attracts at-
tention. He also Is very witty. To he
Keeping Open Saloons on Election
Hon. Fritz Schrclner presided as lte-
corder this morning and City Attorney
Newton wns at his post as prosecutor.
A young man nnmed Hartwlg was
charged with Interfering with Ofllcer
Klein In the discharge of his duty
while (aid olllcer was making the arrest
of llartwlg's friend out near the Sunset
depot In August last. Hartwlg was
arrested then hut escaped and it has
only been In the Ian few days that
Olllcer Klein again found til in and
arrested him. He was lined $10 and
another similar charge against him was
II. G. Kendlg was charged with being
n vagrant but wns allowed to go on his
promise io leave me city io-(iay
Joe Bridges a negro chare
being n vagrant was dismissed
It. II. llromblo was lined $3 tor falling
nnd refusing to pay n hack bill.
The cases against live saloons the
White Klenhant. Fashion Theatre. Stock
Exchange. A. Seholz and Santiago VII-
lauuevn ior opening ineir saloons on
election day were nil dismissed. In ex
tenuation It was proved that defendants
only opened their saloons In the even-
ing alter the polls closed.
J. A. Murray committing a nui
sance ? j.
I. and G. N. Lodging House
This morning early when the colored
porter at the International nnd Great
Northern passenger depot unlocked the
ladles' waiting room of the depot he
found a little Irishman lying on the floor
asleep. He woke hi in up and asked him
how lie got In there. He said a brake
man named Jim lei mm in mere 'mere
Is no brakeman employed on this end of
me roau uy mar name nnuso me porier
iookcu arounii anu saw wnere a mairs
weight had bent the Iron rods on tho
outside of the lower part of one of tho
winuows. ino wtnuow unci ueen let
down from the ton. and the person gel
tine In had climbed over the Iron burs
nnd through the window. The door
comuiun eating with the ticket ollk
boru evidence that un entrance had been
attempted to that room. A large safe
where tickets and money are usually
kept by Mr. Simmons the agent. Is In
that room besides other articles of
value hut nolliluir had been disturbed
The man. who cave his name as Murray
wns arrested nnd tried before the ltecor-
der this morning. His statement was
SUDDEN DEATH OF SCHUYLER
Cyclone In Alabamn-Tho St John
Discussion -Strike nt South
Dcnd Indiana Etc.
J. M. EMERSON
New Oh leans January 13. llobert
Brewster Slate ltegistrar of Votes was
shot yesterday In on affray at the Mas-
cot ofllce nnd died at 2 o'clock this
morning. Brewster was a nntlvo of Ire-
land aged 41 years and has been n
prominent ward politician here fon.inny
years. Ho was formerly Criminal
Mankato Minn. January 3. Hx-Vlce
'resident Schuyler Colfax dropped dead
at 10:35 this morning at tho Omaha de-
pot. He arrived on tho Mllwaukeo road
rrom the Kast at 10 o'clock and walked
to the Omaha depot a distance of three-
quarters of a mile with the thermometer
30 degrees below zero. He died nt tho
depot. He lived only about live min-
utes. It Is supposed that the extreme
cold and subsequent over exertion caused
a stoppage ef the flow of blood to the
heart. Ills remains were taken In charge
by Odd Fellows nnd now lie nt Dr. Har-
rington's residence. The coroner's In-
quest will be held this afternoon. Every
attention is neing pain me remains.
Word has been sent to tho family of the
Vice President's death and orders lire
South Benii January 1.1. Y'esterdny
employes at tho Oliver Chilled Plow
Works struck for higher wages and
compelled all tho men to quit work. At
nn early hour this morning 200 men con
gregated In front of the gate and would
allow no one to enter. Those who tried
to enter wcro be nten about the head and
uouy. umcer iveuy wuue trying to
maintain quiet was shot through the
scalp and badly pounded. Catitaln Kd
nicar attempted to go into me oiuee
and they attacked him with clubs. He
was badly hurt about the head. Ho en
tered and locked the door and la held a
prisoner In the ofllce Ids only communi-
cation being by telephone to the city.
The Veteran Guards of the Grand Army
of the Itepublle mustered out men to
rescue Captain Nlcnr who Is n member
of the Guards. Shcrlfl ltockstrap em
powered them to act ns State militia to
preserve the neace and to dlsnerso tho
strikers. On hearing this somo of the
Tot'EKA Kas. January 13. A reporter
for the Associated Press culled on James
F. Legate this morning to ask what he
had to say concerning the letter to J. J.
Clarkson published from St. Louts this
morning purporting to have been writ-
ten by til in to Clarkson during tho late
Presidential campaign. Mr. Legate re-
plied after several minutes' cogitation :
"The Clarkson letter I never wrott;
that Is I never wrote n letter to Clark-
son of that date. I wrote Mr. Clarkson
a letter part of which Is In the letter
published this morning but he omits to
stnto what I said nnd makes mo say
wtiat 1 never slate il." air. Legate ncre
rev excited and declared that Clarkson
-THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND.-Ss
PEOPLE TO G. B. FRANK'S ALAMO STORE ?
Immense SLoek New Goods and Lower
Prices in All Departments!
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN
IgrWe offer over One Thousand Gaments such as Cloaks Clrculirs. Itus-TQa
tertians nniking jackets nnu Ulsters to select irom. vtenave-ra
CaTlteduced the Prices cut them down so that there wlUbe'Tca
toTaii opportulty for everybody to keep wsrm.-tts
Jackets that wero 5 2 CO are now $ 1 75
Jackets that were 3 W are now 2 2-1
Jackets that were 4 00 are now 2 "5
Jackets that were 0 IX) are now 4 00
Better grades reduced In snme proportion. In other garments sacrifices nre
also being made equal to those above described but our stock Is so large that It I
mpossioie to cnuuicrnie. i lie next to consiuer is our
U'a rnrrv I'fdtndelnfiln. Itnatnn nnd ltnltlmnrn makes.
(no exception) stock cf foot wear In San Antonio. The best grades
men win suit everyiiouy. jiore
nude a talk of pledges mado to
St. John when thero were nledues made
to other parlies. " Every page of
mat letter to Clarkson wns markeu con-
fidential and he has violated every prin-
ciple of honor In publishing anything
brnkeman on the International and
Great Northern and gave his name as
Jim. They drank pretty hard and late
at night Jim took him to the waiting
room uml unlocked the door and put
mm to sleep in mere tvnen lie awoke
this morning nil Ids money some $20
wos gone and so was Jim.
Sitting on the Trade.
While the International nnd Great
Northern train wns coming to Snn An-
tonio last evening nn accident occurred
near Cruces. A Mexican was sitting on
the track and before the engine could
slaken speed he was thrown ft distance
of nearly 30 yards. The train was
stopped ond the conductor andenglneer
went 16 the spot to pick up the presum-
ably dead man. but to their astonish
ment ho was unhurt but was In a very
drunken condition. They discovered
two whiskey bottles In his pocket one
of which was broken by the force of the
fall. This Is- another Instance of the
special Provldenca that watches over
Drank Sheep Dtp.
A Mexican came to town this morning
from a sheep ranch with n note to Kal-
teycr's drug store from his employer
that the Mexican had drank one-half
f;allon or sheep din last Sunday tlilnk.
ng It was water. The sheep dip con-
tained arsenlo and other poisonous In-
gredients but only In sntllclent quantity
to make the poor fellow very sick.
acting ns agent and doing tho wish of
uiarkson ns n ineiuuer oi me national
Loniiniiiee nnu ttioso wnii wnoni ne
was assoclnted In Ohio srllh all that was
done. With reference to the Kerens
note It Is so completely changed from
what I did say that It amounts to an
open forgery. Within n short time I In
tend to make ft full statement of the
whole matter ns fur as I know It. Then
let those kick hardest who are hurt
most but I say now. so far ni St. John
Is concerned In nil these transac
tions the Virgin Mary Is not purer than
he." The reporter asked Leirate to make
a statement relative to what portions of
tne uiarkson letter were ns written nut
he declined and would sny nothli
Chattanooga January 13. A special
from Collliisvlllo gives fuller details of
the terrible Alabama cyclone. About
four miles west of Colllnsvllle tho resl
dence of Noble Galbrallh with all his
farm houses located at the base of Sund
mountain were completely demolished.
His youngest child was instantly killed
by flying timbers and Its body teirlbly
mangled. A young man living with the
family was seriously and probably fa.
tally Inlurcd. The famllr Lad returned
about an hour before. No other member
of the family received any Injury
Every article of household goods was
blown away not leaving wearing ap-
parel for the grief stricken family. It Is
reported on good authority that an anvil
In a blacksmith shon near by was blown
100 yards. Great damage done toother
property in me neiguoomood is re-
ported. Pome three miles further oft'.
two other residences were completely
blown away. In one of them there
were 13 occupants all of whom received
more or less inlury. but none as yet re
ported fatal. Great damage Is reported
to farm property generally. Owing
to the high water It Is Impossible to ob-
tain accurate Information as to the true
extent nnd Injury of the cyclone but
enougu is ascertained to report mat it n
fearfully disastrous It Is by no mean
such a terrible scourge as the famous
cyclone which passed tnrongu unernKee
and Calhoun counties last year. Dur
ing all yesterday and tho greater part of
last nignt a tremendously tieatyrain
fell flooding all the streams and low
lands and making It Impossible to travel
or gain iiinuer iniormatton. iho tear-
ful cloud which accompanied It was
seen from this place and looked hideous
Indeed. There was a continuous roar-
ing In the elements like distant thunder
for some 30 minutes before the wind
passed. One family became frightened
before the tempest approached and ran
to ft neighboring house a short distance
away while their own house from
which they fled remained standing.
The track of the cyclone was about 200
Ladles approve of your smoking Little
We have the largest
BLANKETS AND BED COMFORTS
For sale at this house than aro to be found In half the store In the city all put to-
gether. Don't forget It 1 2S0 pairs pure and good white Blankets at $1 2." worth
iiW. 20X1 pairs at worth MOO. Twenty other qualities nt $3 60 ft 00
$3 00 $(1 00 could not be duplicated for 30 per cent more elsewhere.
11 Bales Comforts nt $ 75
12 Hales Comforts at : OC
10 Hales Comforts at s 1 00
10 Bales Comrorts at 1 23
10 Bales Comrorts nt 1 35
10 Bales Comforts at HI)
And still more from II 73 to 0 00
Stock Assortment and Yalues in Flannels that Should Put to
the Blush All Competition.
13 Pieces Grey T III nt 20c. price elsewhere 30o
10 Pieces Grey Twill nt... 25o price elsewhere 33o
il neces urey Tw in at jwi anu wo price eiaewuere wo nnu wo
White nnd Bed Flannels all reduced Co and 10o a yard.
Winter Skirts In Felt and Flannels at correspondingly low prices.
STAPLES ! STAPLES !
Wo still maintain the old prices of our Cotton Flannels and Domestics with
several exceptions which wo aro now selling nt Free Trade Prices. Down they
gol The great bargains of all. Competition nowherel We want room and must
Men's & Boys' Clothing
hlldren's Clothing Overcoats for Men and Boys all must go and go at l.ow
rices like the balance of our stock. Above all. don't forget our GKNTS' FUIt-
NISIIINO DKI'AIITMKN'T for Underwear Shirts Hosiery and Hats ond we
will convince the gentlemen like wo do tho ladles that we give them the most
astounding bargains to be found In San Antonio. Tho People's Paradise In the
Great Dry Goods Center is the popular and progressive house of
G. B. FRANK'S
ALAMO STORE 33 ALAMO PLAZA.
I in All"" I Vou can hare any aiiUU oj Jevtlry you may with tnadt to
J laaalaal ' W fnHrat" 'I"" to J" l'"
DOB & ENQELKE 211 Commerce Street.
M.VMlFACrUUKK AMI Ill'ALKlt IN
Fine Boots and Shoes
a Street Neat lloor to Ithodlua & Tempakf 'i
Williams & Russell
(Successors to Soule & Williams)
MHOLVHAI.l: AHU RKTAIL DKALKltS IN
Paints Oils Yarnishes Putty Brushes Kalsomine Alabastine
And Stop and cxtcnsion'Laddors.
AvwntmrMCrvNtfli Piute U1M Companr aud ArerlH KmkIt Mlied Paint. II ..to on hand
n full (toe 1 1 WfOi Vpf r llf" It and Ituvoratlon of In test dettfin wbtctt we art now pre-
Sract forall work in tthllne Altt tell Jlne or Curtain. 8baae( Pole and Futures Art
No. 233 and 235 East Houston Street.
.4 I B fsi fl I Clean vour Silver. Iiraat
II I I W Wishing lhutt. llttt In iht irorf.f.
Oar agent tcilt call on you with
BOB & ENQELKE 211 Commerce Street Agents for Texas.
235 Commerce St.
San Antonio Tex.
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ISTAgeuts forivnane to. new f.ngianui'ianov.anu vuriauo o duns tsajaa. )
itiilr Orirans. Latest sheet muslo always on hand."' Call and see them 'ATI t)
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