The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 184, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 5, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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Volume V. Number 184.
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JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. 'PROPRIETOR
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J. H. MARQUART
And Doalor In Lonthor and Findings Wholosalo nnd Rotatl.
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liny In thu Htate. Ton thousand dollars worth of ready hand inntln kooiIs to be
closed out tit prices lower than noretoiore known nun oner is luriuoncx
days. Call early and ho convinced.
FIno Custom Work a Spootalty.
1 MAVIS CONCLIIDUD TO CI.OSB OUT MV KNTIItli STOCK Of
MEN'S YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
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No. 17 Solodadst. op. Oourtbouso.
300 and 311 Main Plaza
f.w. McAllister & bro.
201. 203 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST. COR. VIUITA
SAN ANTONIO TKXAH.
Wo nro Wliolisalo and Itptuit DtnU rsin AubIiii
Wlillo Umo Most llrumU of Dark ItoH.'ii.lulo im.l
iiiiurtcil KntrtUh l'urtlmul Ci'iiicntu IMiutfr or
I'urlt. nnd Umn Qut Itulr fiiul would uak ou Ut
cull or wrlto uu rr vriwB hvtmo imrclmsln rise
wli'ro. l'lciipo ntfiitlon (tils pupcr.
BEGINNING OF THE FUNERAL
ThR Stnrt From Mount McGreenr
nnd Arrival nt Alhnny-
Mnl'sr JkUltKiiiiii August I. On the
mountain hrow liy the eastern lookout
gun boomed sullenly nt I n clock this
morning. Tho shock of I ho rcverheru-
H'usyet on Hie liinv) air ulieu a
second report shook Hit) earlh nl.d
slnrlletl lite hlitls In I he trees. The ar
tillerymen had begun firing 1:1 guns lo
mark tint sunrlsn ol (IuihthI (irnnt's last
day upon the mountain. Soon nHrr A
o'clock the soldiers received orders to
break up camp. Ill less than '.II minutes
nil the tents hail disappeared from among
the trees ami w ere packed away In boxes
reatly for shipment. Down on the moun-
tain side at oil.") a bugle rung out. It
1 the assembly call tor trumiielers.
Kirirun mlimles laler the buglers of four
'tin. miles or troops were soumiing (lie
vi'lllc. and as the last strains limited
over llio mountain they were swallow etl
up in llio iiooming oi mc guns mat every
half hour through nil the day will thus
tell llio valleys the slgiilllcaurc ut litis
tlay and at sunset will close ulth :is
At !::IU the doors ot the Orant cottage
had been thrown open nnd a stream of
visitors poured In ttemllly for over an
hour. About !) o'clock a long line or
buggies wagons and various kinds of
vehicles appeared cllinhlngup the sleep
Incllno near the eastern outlook nnd
soon the area In the vicinity of the cot-
tago was thronged wllh horses nnd
wagor.s and fnruiers with their wives
At 'J:3D n train brought General Han-
cock nnd a number of distinguished vis
itors. At tu o'clock services were item
e cottage III the presence of over
1IKHJ persons. Cane chairs mid rustic
seats were provided for ladles under the
trees In tho grove berore tho collage.
Those who failed to secure the leafy
simile used their umbrellas. The cere
mony opened with thu rending or the
I'aalm No. DO which was rollowid wllh
an luiprcsslvu prayer by Itev. Illthop
Harris jneuymn ".iy raiui i.oons
mi tn Thee." wns lolncd In bv the w hole
assembly present with line client. Dr.
New man then came forward nnd deliv-
ered n sermon on the suhlect of tlie dead
General lite ramlly sllllnglu the mean-
time about the remains In tho parlor.
At the conclusion t f the discourse the
noble liymn 'Nunrer My CJod to Thee"
was rendered very Impressively by the
congregation Tho services elided wllh
a oeni tnciion. AiieriucserviceseiuiMi
there was a motcmcnt of the piople
toward the cottage lo get u Dual look ut
thu corpse but It was not deemed
advisable to admit anyone In view of the
fact that It was nenr tlmu for the funeral
(lenerals Hhrrman nnd Hancock and
Senator Kvartsleft the balcony together.
.Mrs Grant had concluded not to go wllh
tho funeral train hut to wait until 4
o'clock when she nnd the other ladies
w 111 leave for .Saratoga and from there
go direct to New ork U. S. (Irani
rosui oi urookiyn uore ine remains
from the cottage to the station hhortly
before 8 o'clock the military were drawn
up and a salute was pnld tno remains as
they passed the depot and the throng
stood with uncovered heads while the
casket was borne to the car.
The mountain train waited nt the little
rustic depot. Keren cars wero there.
Next to the engine the funeral car wllh
open sides and massive draping was
placed. The transfer was completed
without dllllculty and the train started
At 1 o'clock tho order to start was
given Knglneer Smith shut nil the
stenm from tho crllnder.i. nnd the Ira In
standing ns It dlu upon a grade slowly
started by Its own weight nnd Impetus
down tho mountain. Tho binds and
ridges on eaih side the track wero
densely thronged with people. The
General's little grandchildren played
was alive 'with spectators. Kvery rock
every Jutting point every advantage
grounu was occupieu mo wuoie nil-
inenso throng stood uncovered In the nf.
ternoon sunlight No sound escaped
the mountain was hushed and still ex.
cept for the heavy booming of guns hid
The descent to lite little Ullnce o
Wilton wns safely accomplished and on
llio platform n few hundred villagers
silently saw the train pass through and
their heads wero uncovered. Tho lovel
nlnln wns readied anil the speed
illtlo Increased. Farmers with their
ramilUs stood and sat upon the farm
fences to tee the train that bore the dead
General. Again the cannon on the moun-
tain spoko nut over the valley but only
the edgo of Its echo reached the moving
train. Tho spires of Saratoga wero
coming In view and from that direction
unme the dull boom of ennnon planted
one-linlf mile out of the village beside
the Mount McGregor trnck. Soon was
this listtety reached nnd passed lis
guns saluting the train on Its passage.
The last curve was rounded and t lie
train straightened away parallel lo the
tracks of tho Delaware and Hudson on
which north of the Mount McGregor
depot the funeral train of (he New York
Central rallwuy was walling. While
thousands of persons were being held
back by tho military the mountain train
drew alongsldo lite oilier train and
stopped. There wero nine cars In tho
New York Central train. Next In tho
engine enmo tho funeral enr "Wood-
lawn." The remains were taken In silence by
the Uuard of Honor to lite car "Wood-
lawn" which was dri.ped in black and
hung with lings and all parties were
transferred to their respective cars
which wero all draped In plain black.
The llrooklyn Gunrdof Honor and six
men of the l.oynl I.eglon and a guard of
regulars entered the death oar also two
men of Whetller I'ost Orund Army of
the lleppblio. Soon alter 2 o'clock tho
superintendent gave Conductor Thorn-
ton the signal to start and tlie Imprts-
slve and heavy train moved through tho
throngs and away front Saratoga.
U. S. Grant post wero wllh the re-
mains nnd lite mountain guard around
the casket. The remains rested upon a
black dais anil the compartment In
which they lay coniinunlcuted with tho
main saloon by folding doors which
were open Doors at the sides or the
funeral comiinrtinont wero also open.
Two men or Grant post stood w Ith folded
arms at the bead of the casket and
another at the foot.
West Troy was passed nt 2:2S p. tu.
nnd the heavy black draped train rolled
lulo Albany at 31:0 o'clock as per special
ColonelGrant Jesse Grant nnd II. S"
Grant Jr. alighted Unit Irnm the funeral
train when It had stopped at the loot of
Silencer street In Albany. Governor
lllll took the llrst upon his arm Assist-
ant Adjutant General McKwen the sec-
ond and Colonel (llllett the third. Itev.
Dr. Newman Dr. Douglas and General
Sherman followed wllh General I'orler
and the parly was at once escorted to
Hie Governor's Mansion llchire tho re-
mains were removed Governor IIIII and
olherolllrers returned to tho tralu and
there grtctcd General Hancock and slalf
who were at that moment allgtitlngfroin
the car they had occupied. The remains
were placed wllhln a i'iitnfa!iiie six
black horses with black trappings wete
hllchedto the funeral ear anil nt the
head tileadi horse as leaders were mem-
bers ofGrauil Army of the llepuhllc
pots i and I'.'l. The crowd was dense
I'lte remains having been deposited on
thu funeral car. It was drawn out Into
Spencer street where It wns Hanked by
Company A H'lli artillery and Com
pany r I wemii inianiry uranii Army
men guarded the remains at the posts or
honor nnd four men of lite Tenth bat-
talion wero mounted at eacli corner or
the catn'al'iue. General Hancock and
nil lllcdout Into Spenci r street where
the General was mounted on a powrr-
fill black hor.r splendidly caparisoned.
rgalilrslloua to take part III the
procession wero wnltlng III the various
streets along lite lino of inarch nnd as-
sumed their assigned positions In tho
procession as the neait tuuveii on 1 here
were 4.111 men In the procession. Many
companies outside nr Albany and Its vi-
cinity were present and Joined In tho
procession. At llio ..apiioi uenerai
Hancock dismounted and retired and
and thu remains were deposited be-
neath the great catafalque In tho Scnnle
llefore being placed llio body was con
veyed ton private room In the eapltol
where Hie undertakers removed tho lid
of thu casket to Inspect the body and
learn lis cotiiiiiion alter the journey
from thu mountain. They said they
found Hie remains In excellent condition.
I' m nub o was ai m tied about 5
o'clock being permitted to walk two
abreast on each side of the casket which
lay on an inclined dais home iw per
is viuweti ine reitmins tno nrst nnur.
el'. S Grant I'ost of llrooklyn had
i meu waiting here and detail or six
n on each sldu of the casket kept the
throng moving. Details Tor the guard
ot duly will be relieved by members of
the respective societies nt Intervals of
three hours each until the remains are
again moved Company 11 of tlie Filth
battalion under command of Captain
Slackpole was placid on duty In the cor-
ridor to stand guard until midnight
when It wns relieved for six hours by
Company D. of the sntnu battalion.
The remains will lie In stale In lite
eapltol continuously till ID n. m to-morrow
when the doors will be closed. At
11::U) the tuneriil procession w ill bo again
formed. The remains will bo trans-
ferred from the cntnfalnuo to tho funeral
car at the Stale street entrance or the
caiiltnl. ami will be escorted theiicu to
tho Central railroad depot. At 12:'.1) n
pilot engine will leave Albany mid run 10
iitiuuies ancnu oi schedule iimo lor in
funeral train to New York having Hi
same rights. Tho funeral train will
leavo tho depot hero at V2:M arriving
nt tho Grand Central depot nt .New
York at A p. in. according to the pub
The Scnxto and aiscmhly met this
evening nnd appointed n Joint commlttro
to prepare a suitable memorial and uh-
seniiently both houses took pnrt III llio
I.ale this evening ColonelGrant Jesso
nnd I". S. Grant Jr. nocompanled by
General Hill nnd others entered tho
Cnpllol. The thronir or visitors w
choked for n time nnd the General's sons
passed beneath and hailed to view th
lemnlns of their father. A cluster of
eight Incandescent lamps shed n hrll
limit light upon the dend face and re'
vealed a startling spectacle. The skin
of the face had the appearance of having
been enameled In a bungling manner.
The skin Is of ghastly hue nod lias n
scaiy appearance litis is expiaincu as
due to the fact that the face was pow-
dered late this afternoon and without
reference lo the probable euect of tho
light to which the remains now for tho
llrst time nro subjected. The powder
will be removed In the morning.
M.uiiiin August I. Thete wero re-
ported yesterday new cases of
cholera throughout Spain and 1.101
deaths froui the disease occurred.
W.isniNuroN August I The Marine
hospital service received the following
telegram from the Delaware breakwater.
Thu llrltlsh hark John Ullsou for Clun
Kuegos arrived nt the breakwater last
night. The captain died on August 1st
with aymptomi or jellow fever Ono
man Is very sick and two convalescent
MAitsi'.ii.t.v.i August 4 The cholera
panic is Increnslnir. Manv persons are
tleelng the city. The local press has
been ordered to preserve silence res-
pecting the existence and ravages of tho
teoiirge. It Is reported that no less
than eighty persons hnve died from
cholera In Marellies within the pnst
MoMiir.li AugiMt 4. The fate of Itlel
is the leading topic or conversation
Many French-Cauadlnns express Ihn
opinion that his condemnation wns n
preconcerted nll'alr and that the Judge
was not Impartial In his rulings Somu
of the more rabid declare that tho Gov-
ernment dure not bring Kiel to the Bcaf-
rold. l'ltii Ait i i iiiA August 1. The upper-
most topic to-day Is yesterday's cyclono
and the devastation II brought In Its
rapid and relentless course. It Is proba-
ble that no' exact account of Hie number
of Its victims and complete delalls of the
hn oo to property can ever be secured
'I he best information to hand is Hint live
persons were killed four nro reported
missing and W Injured some so serious-
ly that recovery Is Impossible. Tho
scene In the Twenty-llrst ward Is one of
disaster Home houses are laid to the
ground and others are completely
gutted while many more are rootless.
'1 he appearance or the locality on both
sides of tho Delaware In the direct
track of tho tornado represented n
thickly populated district that had been
visited by a big lire. '1 he total loss will
be f.xiu.uou including rxowo on pro-
perty In Camden t too.oooo on property
In l'hlladelphla nnd fr.000 on vessels
damaged on the river. The rain storm
which followed the tornado also did great
damage. Water In the Schuylkill this
morning Is higher than it has hern for
Tho Roal and Idoal.
cussing In Ids presence the difference be-
tween the real and the Ideal and he was
appealed to for his opinion. "The real'
said the Unancier "Is a Spanish coin;
itiu meat is ine sunnisu oonu. i.ontion
Gattirrcd Irnm Our Kxehnngct
over tho stnto.
An unusual amount of sickness pre-
vails at Hempstead.
Wire fence cullers aro committing de-
predations In Hostile county.
The Chrlstldclphcans are holding their
annual Slato meeting at Lampasas.
Greenville rejoices In tho heat anil two
successful protracted meetings.
Assistant Surgeon Flnlay died very
suddenly nt Fort Concho on Monday.
Glen Hose Is the busiest tittle town on
the llrnros and Is enjoying n genuine
Knlirhts of Honor are In irrand
lodge session at Houston wllh 10 repre-
sentatives In attendance.
In tho District court or Longvlew A.
Shaw charged wllh the murder or Win.
Hampton was scrpilllcu.
Vinson Chnlneworlh.a horse nnd mule
tiller of Mnrlin was sent up by the Dis-
trict court Judge for live years.
Waco has has received or the present
grnln crop S01(K) bushels or wheat nnd
161 MO bushels or oats.
Three hundred enr loads or stone hnve
been contracted for construction mate-
rial fur the penitentiary ndditlon at
The olllco of tho liiternnl Revenue col
lector for Hie Fourth district has been
removed from Henderson to Sulphur
lie Mavor of Galveston has vetoed
the action of the Council In reducing thu
pay or corporation laborers from V- per
day to ll.ol).
Memorial services In nicmorv ot the
late Sir .Moses Montellorc have been
held In most of the Jewish synagogues
of the Stato.
Tyler Merchants' exchange has em-
oved three drummers to travel throiiirh
the adjoining counties and best up trade
fur the city.
Of the 3i members In attemlanco at the
Calvert colored Institute not more than
two nro likely to pass muster for llrst-
The variety theatres of Dallas aro
making such n record for looseness that
thu city press has opened lire upon them
ull along tho line.
Cattle on car en route from Harold lo
St. Louis have snllercd irreat v from II
heat nnd two or three head per car have
uteu irom inni causo.
The conference of railway managers
toeiicci u pooling arrangement lor in
Texas lines adjourned yesterday wllh
out accomplishing their object.
Tho Texas and St. Louis shops nt
Tyler are turning out engines nnd rolling
stock for tho rail trade and will bo fullv
stocked up by the middle or the month.
Two suicides at Dallas yesterday
joiiu iioii a variety actress victim nnu
Catharlno llohlnsou who had followed a
truant lover frjm Frisco and lost hli
Texas has developed a phenomenon In
tho person of Jennie Scott Wilson or
uaiiisvuie wno tnougu only nine years
or age Is possessed of extraordinary gifts
The ex-Confederale soldiers' reunion
at Fort Worth Is In full blast. Prepara
tions nro ampie lor too entertainment oi
2.W0 people. Twenty beeves and CO
sheep were slaughtered yesterday and
the out veterans meet a warm welcome
THE GULF ROAD.
Goliad nt Work Hnialng subscrlp
Hons for Tnnt Enterprise.
Prospects are brightening for the early
completion of this road lo Goliad. Mr
U. I.ott President of the company nnd
Captain Polk chief engineer of the road
wero In town last Saturday. They
arrived about noon and an impromptu
meeting or citizens was called for 5
o'clock at the court house. Mr. I.ott
met the cltlens and made a proposition
to build a road to the town of Goliad for
the sum of 7S.O0O in the nature of a
donation as follows: "The sum of Jii.
000 In cash $&S 000 In town lots or lands
on the line of the road and $2.000 as
subscription to their first mortgage
uonus to oe issueu uy tlie company
tlO.000 to every mile or completed road
A coiuuimeeor citizens was appointed
to inane ine necessary preliminaries oe.
fore stnrtlng out to solicit subscriptions.
Harmony club entertained Messrs. I.ott
and Polk with a number of citizens at
their hall on Saturday night. Another
conference was held on Monday between
citizens and President Lott and matters
definitely Hied as tothe terms on which
Hie roau woutu oe bunt to Goliad. The
committee promptly went about the
work oi raising mo requireil amount
and deserve great credit for their perse
rerance In the matter. The followlnc
gentlemen constitute the committee: It
1'. Wilkinson. James A. Ilurke J. M
Iloyd F. A. Brooks W. A ltettus M
T. Tlppen. The people are more tn-
couraged as to the prospects or getting
the railroad than ever before and we
uope every one win stioscriue to tno ut-
most of his ability. If this Is done they
may ue sure tno railroad will come
The following patenta were granten
cltl7cns of Texan hearing dato Julv 'iS.
1M reported expressly for this paper
uy i.oins nagger v Co. mechanical ex.
ports nnd solicitors of patents Washing.
ton ii. u.:
K. P. llettreton. Atlanta harrow
F. 1'. llragg Knnls bay or cotton
J. K. Clopton Ilattrop saw glimmer
u.o. r.uge nryan macutne lor uuiiu
ing ami re-roiung wire rence.
J. S. Fcreuson. Lewlsvllle. fence
J T. Miller Ilranchvllle cotton chop
T. P. Miller IIIco seeding machine.
T. 1. Miller Hico sulky plow.
11. O Micener. Waco can opener.
J. F. Nelll. Itusk. device for llluilrsl
Ing the transposition of musical scales
0. A. Pickle Palestine mechanical
J. A Woodsrd Grapevine cotton stalk
The report that CoIonelThomasPjtli'
ngoras Ochiltree or Texas will appear
upon the lecture nlatlorm next season ti
obviously the llctlon of some timid
alarmist. Colonel Ochiltree Is Derma-
ntntly engaged In the railroad business
has a four years' contract to serve as
heailllirlit for a locomotive on the 1
Pacific railway. Philadelphia Press.
The most vopular olgarettcs are the
Opera Puffs at popular price. ft
TEXAS TOILET TRIFLE
MANlTACTrllEII KOI.lll.Y IIY.
J. A. SELBY & CO.
P. O. Box 1 24 Galveston Texas.
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ami Juilklinnlv carfl lor. ltiiimiln- thlt
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aki n liitrrniiHr mtmmly umtnlM lAitithc. A nn H.lilltlmi hullis' tulle toutotlt Ii In-
Miiiuil.lr iiii.l In nothliiK inori' nr Itumhrin vrhnt It 1 rrn-v!.tt1 tu m?. It I alwath chmih
vision or iiii'inla-r or the
! tM-liiireoiiMniilly r
Sold by all Druggists.
F O II
WINES AND LIQUORS
At Your Own Price!
Our Liquor Department will
1 2th Day of August. Helow find Our Prices.
Goods Marked in Plain Figures:
Abslntho - - - 31 00 Crystal Rock and Ryo . . 05
Vormouth ... 50 Colory Rock and Ryo .- . 50
Chartrcau 50 French Cordial . . 05
Benodictlno 75 Applo Toddy ... 50
Bokor's Blttors 75 Anlsotto .... 70
Stouphton Blttfts - - - 05 Mapon Blttor ... 75
Boonokamp 05 French Cromo ... 75
Angostura 05 Baskot Cordial . . $1 00
Pousse Cal'o - - . - 1 00 Funp; Bukot . . . 2 00
206 Commerce Street.
J 1.1 nu 1 1; 11 iticic.
(rttTlT.HeiOKH TO I 1CK IlitOTllKUH ft CO.
1 4 W. Houston St. San Antonio.
nnAi.niis ik ...
Pure Drugs Medicines Combs Brushes
Prescrlplloiu a spiclullr. Uoo.li onleri.l
City. Telephone No. 32S.
SITY OHDINANCCS-A few oopl of tho JU-t
vUcil City OnNnancM'S can bo had at the
jht ollloo. Cloth binding- til paper oover
IRT CHMP-Tbo Dally I.lht onljr 10 cents
i-oalllon Ull'i nro 01111111111 Pct-klnjr oino
kln CPixTlAlly Hint r the .mini mul fa nd
tmvu tH-ii roliutUiixtii tltem bjrtbethccr (jwer
Price 50 Cents.
Positively be Closed Out by the
HAltllV h. rXJWblill.
by Tclcplioiiu Delivered to Any Tart of tho
EYE EAR THROAT.
CteJtaJjJ. H. 0. et A CMr
Uti. )uriron In tho Krw Tork Ophthalmia
IIOMPltal anl Professor of Diihthaliiiolntfv In
Iho Collinii of I bo New York lllihllnliulo llos
plUI. Dlteun'sor KVK. I'.AIt. TI1UOAT anj
Node an eiduslro spoclaltr. Itutrscll.m
tested and correct it ltS4u proscribed.
urnuB - oj K. Houston stkickt.
Ice hours 9 to 13 m.
s on tiumliiy 1
t. Tt'lcohono 07
NO 43 HOLUDAI) STKEICT
Under tho tnanafrcment of L. Garza banker
IH'IMMiti. lubji'ct tu clack roueivoi) but Inter
uKt will Imj iulJ unly nn Tliuo DcixwlU or U
titnl uiiwunli at thu ratoof 4 pcrovnt per an-
num. llnnkliiK huurt-U a. in. to 1 p. m. ttat-
tmlityi U a. m. to p. m. for tho convenience
of tiuvlnirt Hank Di'potltorf.
San Antonio Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
Steel Iloii'i rentcJ In our lIurglnrTroor
BH'i'l-lliul. Murblo-oncueoil Vault. All Ikjxpi
pmU'Cti'd by a waiter koy. Itvnt 60a a month
anU upwanl aooonlluir tu iliu of box
U UAltZA lrfiIJeDU
New Beer Saloon
North Alamo St. near Commerce.
WTKresh Cool Beer nnd FIno Vreo Lunch
Served livery Day
8-1-1 w J. J. I'OItlMAN lroprlotor.
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