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   San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - January 12, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             TOL. 80. ISAN MORNING, JANUARY Ij ESTABLISHED. THE LATEST AND BEST BURNER OUT. CONGRESSIONAL. ES8JOS OF THE 49th COSOHE8S. Can bo apt'Ior' -.IT ordinary lump. Billy candle power. Do nol throw that top o( yours away because it will not give light enough, but come ami Ret of thete burners and complain no longer- Has Automatic Extinguisher. IT No. 16 Hall. St NEWTON WELLEU, M A 1 N PL AZ A, No. 16. AND IIETAII. Ho-u.se Ooocia, Etc., WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. United Slates Senate. WASKIKOTON. January number f petitions were presented, praying for no suspension of silver coinage. Sir. Harrison reporlfld favorably for he committee on territories, on the riginul bill to admit Dakola and provide or the of the territory of jincoln. Mr. Hitler reserved Iho rirht o submit a minority report, if after lerusal and consideration of Ihe majority eport he should conclude lo do so. Har- rison, from llie same comi'iitlee. reported adversely mi Ihe resolution heretofore offered by Duller and Vcsl. culling for uquiries to the organization of the seat of government in uakota. The re- solutions were placed nu the eideudar. Morgan offered a resolution relating lo trustees, provided for hy ttiu Utah bill, lo mnnacc tbc property and affairs of the Mormon church organization, i he rcsiiluliou sets forth, ntnoiig other things, that in llic opinion of the pemile it is nul wi'.lu'n Ibe power "f congress lo appoint ofllccrs of tbc United Stales lo participate, with ofllccrs of any church or religious sect iu the niHtiageincnl of affairs of such church or feel, and that il is a violation of Ibe eonsliluliou for the president In appoint any such ofli cers. At Morgan's re'jucsl llic resolu- tion was allowed lo lie over. Mauder-im called up tile bill lo in crease the efficiency of the infantry brr.ncb of the Army. Tito bill provides Hint each infantry regiment shall con Tiy Oates of Alabama, to prohibit rescued they are turned over lo the poor aliens from acquiring tillo lo or owning authorities. All the teams available are lands wilhin Ihe X'nitcrl States: also being used to carry (lour from the mills llatuu nnd the manufacturers buildings. Should llic water recede, the mills and factories will lie tilled with ice. and as manv of them had large contracts on Alabama, authorizing hand, the damage will be very great. ,uds under homestead Hundreds of people are thrown out of to forfeit Ihe New Orleans. Itouge and Vickslmrg land grant: alsu lo amend the rules of tbo house so as to imit speeches to 30 minutes. Hy Wheeler, of Alabama, females lo enter lai law. employment, 'Professor Dayton, of Ibis "iiv Hoger? of Arkansas, appropriating city, was telegraphed for this morning floOOOO for Ihe improvemenl of the to consult wilh the authorises about removing tho gorge. place, and says Ihnt il He visited Ihe annol ho done. and fears lhat tbe wi.rsl is to come. for "tho" issue "by IhVtrcaimry1 of silver The gorge II now two miles long, and icalcs in denominations of one, Iwo lucre covcrnmeut reservation al Uol Springs. Arkanuis. liy Townshend, of Illinois, providing Mallory Steamship Line, LINE OF STRAMKHS Running Between Tezas and New York CS-a-l-veston., Texas, Wednesday anrt Saturday MominfC. ISTe-w Yorlt, Pier SO, E. WcilnciKliiy anil at p. m. Timoiani llATiisor rA-saxOE: SIM AXVON-IO loKKW VOKK- Culiln, Steerw. lloth ratca include on steamer. TtenMUrnlflcenUron Sleamstilns ol thU nro to sail from OALVF.3TOS, TBIAS, for Nl'.W VOKK aa follows: B.B.COLOKAUO, Captain Banlols B.B. ALAMO, (iplaln Hiek 8. B. HIOQKAHUE. Captain w M' l.minrv S.R.COMAU IWsor Jan mrv B.S. 8AHMAKCOS. Caplaln llumivs ,U f 1'roweSl vv cjiu'saay, jniiDHrj 1 to BHiVvKHS thS CJUlOKKSf'aria HM.V DIHKCT LINK to and Jrom NliW YOKK. cerlilli-----.....-.........-..... and five dollars each. This is an amend- ment of Ihc silver acl of 1676. under which ten dollar eerlillcates nre now is- sued. Us object is lo supply the need for additional smnll hills, us a pnrl of llie circulating medium. Hy Lore, of Delaware, to provide or the construction of A steam cruising csscl of war of twenty knots sliced. (It ccnmmcmls ap appropriation of fJ.OOO.- 000 for the construction "f a vessel. I is to be SOW) or WOO tons burden.) Itv Weaver, of lowa.tn retire national I notes and to prevent tluctuation of j urrcitev bv the substitution therefor of rca-nry notes; also to provide for Ibc j ssue of fractional paper currency, llv linute.lle. a resolution allmgim the of Ihc navy for iiforinnlioii cunreriiing Ihe trulli or of certain stnlemcnts which have in Ibc puhlic press as follows: 1. Th.-vt tli'i commandant of United StnteB n aw yard al Norfolk. Vn.. liiv easing. FJROM" FAR LANDS. PAKXKliIi'8 MKS ItESOIA'K TO STAND BVTHK More Oerronn limva rlmn Will Marry of Ihe Chilian lletwls In Aaarcrilaln. Klu. FROM WASHINGTON. FOB PROTECTION or THK AMRKIOAX MAK1SB- Two Batle bf Up for Settlement No .Sent NofulMaltonn Outt- flnucil. Ktc. iI liniiorabloinscripllnns sister twelve cnii.ptniU'S, one cciluncl one lieutenant colonel, thrt-e majors, one ftdjutiitit, or scruennl, MI- ouc chief of musiciuns. An appnim mcMU3 tooriginnl nVmvc in irrmSn of second lieutenant crciUtd Ijj Flu; net ehnll Iw filled liy beniurhy in (lit infantry branch of tcrvice. MnwTrrscm r.iMrcssiHl the suiinte mi Hi liill Our army, lie suiil, Imd never brougli the of fihumc lo ibis of tb American people. To Iho clisLirncc o eungrcss, liuwcvcr, no wflrlikc einergon cy that Imd ever nriscn bud found us prc nnreci. An ilhislruiinn of this WRS found in tlic c'ltpilol which Imd been ciipliirti! bvn UriiiEh force no than men. Fifteen tlioupnml more union men nu Hie Held of Ibe first MnrmsanH wniilcl liiivo doted Ihr CMVI! Trar. nnd Hie uiaintL-imnce of that number of from tbo limu of tlio Mexican wnr lo that ol tbe relicHion would not Imvc equalled one flflli iwci "f ike money cosl of the civil war to eay uothinp of tbe fearful loss of hitmen lives. Tlic IcUiarRy of congress in Hie mHltf-r-of jilncing onr army, navy r.nd const defences iu a proper condition of efficiency was 'nexpliciibJc. in view of ibo notorious ns to their anil of Hi jorr.o on cm nun cnplurcd by I'nited More LOMH.N, .Innnnry Inlelliccnro I is n.Tfivuil lifro lhat tJcrmnny hns seircd he in Ibe FiU'ilk.occHn. Tbo king and bis were hisultcd il fliiiuly lied, Marines were Uncled Iroin Ibe Geriimn VAT AltiatroFH. The GL-INIMII consul then hnulrd down tho iNimnni day and raa tip culora In its sleiid. Ttie Sniuonns Lhrcfttc'in-il I" inako vrur on ttie Uemuius. Tbe Aintricnn and llrilish ronsnU pro- dis Kor Ihe llelktf of Jsnufcrr Frye bna introduced a bill for of the Anieric.nti mRrlno. It Uiat the eUtute iball rtquire the imyment of for mtrioc of Inapecllon, etc.. and provides ibat col- lect ore, wboM duty II Is to furnish tbete papers, shall paid by Ihe United Status. TUo lUhilUy HmUaUon of tho lasl sldpnlBK act is extended to vessels in interior walera and lo cm gagcil In Iho coastwlte trade. Tlie pro- of Ihe IAW of atithorlzlny a drnwhaek im hllnihinouB coal, the beae- fits uC whtch. miilcr tbo rulings of the ftru now enjoyed by tire limited hv Ibe bill to Ameri- can vcsscN. The blrt idso ejiUindi tke provisions nf tbe htnfutc to Ike mlmlnsinn of hjaterlal cnlermg into tbc construction and repair of American Btid MO; Ine anil" altt-TirtunL-fl oqurU f> tho bcit on land 01 [ASS KTII] StconiRr, via Mallory Lilne, uow m___.....--------- fttall prir-cipnl points in Tt; m_ -fQf Stfttc-rooms f urtUt-r informaiton apply to N. SAWYKK Jt CO.. Apenis. "W. J. YOU NO, Gtm'l Bourtni GtlvMton, Texan u Thronith Coniwn oo and Suu in n nsulticiency e rcpeatec! for emcr- recommen- ccncici dim ol tin; rectnimion- (ifttiou nrcsidcnla and other t-xunutlvc llo did uoLbelicvc-wilhirobbcs that war was tbe natural mankind, nor willi othen condition of -i Puss. 12 West Comcierco St., Srtn Antonio, Tex SOUTHERN SPECIAL. For tki4 month we will sell Ibc bataece of ir wlnltr stock o! JCEN'3 AND BOY'S ClflTHtNO, UNDKIIWEAK. tx- Itreatlj- rcrtirojilllitiiros TO CU1SK OUT. A. MOHR1S, Clothing Emporium, 252 254 Main St. TKADR KARK. SOTJTHEKI Infacmrini Co. 318, 3iO Di m SOUTH FLOBIS STEHTT sui immo, TSIAS. THE ALAMO CITY eoou lo iLi-JHppe ar. Hovrcvcr much wu miglii dusiru jieaco.wc Bhinildnut that tbe most ccrtnii. mutliml of aeciir- ing peace wns lo In; prepnrctl for war. Kot oiiij wero wo linblc to llio Jmpren- icg of foreign war, but wo wero con- stantly menaced Indian outbreaks. uitil for oven tlio luilerwi; wore uuprc- pfireil. Manderson wnrmly of llic prevailing in the wc.st nod cousinnt Coars ontcriiuncd liy of siitOerJ Ibnt Lbe "IiiCJirnaJc dovils1' woiild savage mroL-iticfi uixm tbcm mid their Krery branch of nur army, lit; sf.itl, had mstir: more in niiliiniy enim.Qtiuii :md metliodi the infantry. Xot n. European power now rc.lninui Hie i Latlalinn EVBluin for- infantry i alt hnving iibnndrmcd it years ngo KS not adopted to a sintc of war, and, tuercforc, not Jiltr> be iiKiintniued in peace. Every civili7ed urmy had advanced teyond us nnil v.'fis ready lo meel improved arms witb iijipruveil Our prua- cnt plan bnd no expansivu powerfttid tbcrufcrc hnd lo Iju reorfianixed in time of war. thus vmlHttng max of military scii-nce ttmt the IICBCC organization should he such ns to admit of proper expansion time of WBT. Muncterdon read uxtensivcly from mililsry tiuthorilicfi, JCnropcnn nnd Amcricnn, to suslnio his vkwa. One of tbc merits of his bill, bethought. Stales military or navnl forces lo lio atcd. Tlmt he caused lo be rcmnvcd irnm (he dry ilnclc a tablet plncnl thnrc at llie tinio il was rccunalnit-tcd and hcHTim; the insmiillnn: "Destroyed liy rrhflslii .iSta. HeliuiU Iiv llic t.nilcd States iu ISC'Jl- it. That liecaunc of liii protebl against tin; rcinnvnl nf tlu'sc tlio BII- iKTintcndcnt in charge of the work of lias iKjen reniovcit frtitn Ins noMlion and a I'erjnn who nnjjagcd in military Ecrvicn aitniiml the gnvcnnneiit In liis Tliat in Jifrcpard of (liu cralcfii rceofiniiitiii of ihc Ecrvices, Eacriflccs HilTeritiKft of persons hnnomlily charged from llie inilitnry or naval fcr vice of the country, a number of such iversons have liecn dibinissed from em- ployment in llic Norfolk navy yard nnd Ihclr places filled by men who fought HL-ninsl lln: government ilnring the ro- hcllion. If Ihese. iilleyAtinns aro found to lie the scerelarv of llic nnvy is dircel- cd loitifurm the upon whose or- der, and on what niillinrity. and in uursuimce nf wlml if nny, were fiich inseriinions oblltern- leil nnd such persons dismissed froui4te Dm-kery. rt Missouri, nnieiiding Ihe VulcsKO as lo provide for t_bc nppoint- isue of i on public heal jo. for the is! nient of :i committee, on liy Warner, of Ohio. treasury cerlifiealcs on deposited silver bullion; also dircclini! the payment of surplus in the treasury in exec.'-s of 000 000 on llic public I'ieht. the large numhi tested npainsl the action of IJu- Ucr- Rlinlr N. .laiinary Jersey Imuli has Fusi'cndcd. The liabilities are be. Sieved nut to lie hc.avy, 111 the li.uik rcp'.irtcil as doing only u small business. I.OXIHIS, Jnnuary -11 --Tin- Spanish has stoutly refilled to erant Kiigland n coaling stutlon on t.'aro- linciilumls. NaiKilcon'M An I'Aiits. .latmary tenlh iiuiil- vcrmryof llie ib-nlh of Napoleon wns observed here very quietly. SplrllM HKIII.IS. .Innuary Will iam signed tho spirits monopoly hill mid sntimilted il to tbo hundcsrath. Munt LOMION. Janunry Telegraph lavs ttie powersdcniaiul IhaKlrcece Sc'rvia and HulgArin tlieir ar mit'f. Will n fiooJ Tl DKIII.IS. Jinunry accordance. with ihc wishes of Kropcror Wil tlic nnnivcrsary of liis coronation ohscrvtal wilb unusual splendor. llri CfrCDlallon Btntlonary. .Isnuary II. llil lute edilor of the News, upon ag his connection wilb lhat papc n present of i'1000 hy 111 so aa to iocloilo uwd Ui tUo'Coiivlrnctinn or repair of op- in Ihc Ilihuries upd in whallnfc. TbR Oakuta Bill. January report of thu gciialo committee on letritortoi, lo iiccompany tbo bill for the admiMiOD' of Dakota Into tho unlfm and orguiination of territory o! Lta- coln, to-daj, covers moro 00 pigcc of Iu to voluminous n'Tintcil apixndlcei, ain proponitjun of the b41Jv thnl all' 'of Iho prccfedlagft' lien liy ihc, people of that rt of Ibe present turrilory of Dakota .ng south of tlicMOth parftllel of Hindi', which resulted in the ariopllM a conslHilllou by popular vote, on tk  la c.ongreE3 should decide lo fully officer the reconstructed organization. Lie mnlnlHinedtlifit promotion was neccsiwy o establish and maintain n propcrcjpnt lu corps. insisted that jushiess mm would think, of Ucepinc; an efBciont employe in ihe fame grade or portion for a quarter of a century. UlniraddreMed Ihe senate on the bill introduced by him to provide for the erection of a monument al Washinirton to Abraham Lincoln and another to Gen- eral Grant. I.inceln and Grant, he asid, were associated in the minds of the peo- ple with Washington as saviors of.'lhc country, and appropriate monuments should be creeled lo thtirmcmory in the capital city of the nation. Pugli callcil up Heck's silver resolution and addressed the senate on il al length, but finally way to Edmunds fora motion to go into exec- utive resfiou. Vnnce gave nolice I hat Ilio close of 'lie morullig luisincis tomorrow lie would ihe ffiiatc io conliano con- sitiurntion of TJctk's resolution, Coke gave notice Hint or. Wednesday nest bo would submit sonic remarks on Die same subiecl. The judicial salary bill was llicn placed pro forma before the fenale and tbe doors were closed for execnlivc session, n-hcn Ibcy reopened the sennle ml- jourr.cd. January speak CT laid before the house a cnmmuaio- tion from the clerk Irani in Tarious contested election tin ftffn were rafuni Ihc camttit- oa A of tto preajdrafi prilled. ..ildLtional projiosilions, which crense to nearly 4JJUO tlio number of measures now awaiting action by tbe house committees. The speaker then culled the comnnl- lees for hul wilh the exception nl' tho judiciary cominillcc, which re poi-ted two or Ihree private bills, there v, us no response to the call. The house then adjourned. MOSTUKAIi The WulcrFrccilni; In the Streoln. YOIIK. January Montreal special The rivor has risen two feel since midnight, flooding all the cel- lars on Si. fi'.rect and causing greal  IHOI goods on account of continued deprecia- tion in valueof silver. American and IfiiSlivIi cotton goods considerably advanced and refined petroleum from the United Stales, in universal use- for illumination, has advanced nearly 14 per cent. The iilver mining interest is like y to be affected in sections where the osl of working tha nines leavea a nar ow margin for prsflt; A TWO-KILE OORGK. decessor. Dissatisfied AnarchlNtfl. ills, January of Ihia city are greatly enraged at llie non- appearance of the proclsmMion of amnesty to anarchist offenders, as it was understood lhat M. Grevy would issue one on his re-election lo the presidency. They threaten to hold a disorderly meeting outside, ttie cham- ber to morrow, unless amnesty isflranled iu the meantime. Propoaed Meetlnjcti. Duiii.iK, January of Ihis city intend holding weekly meetings. Tlieir purjwse IH to continue agitation against tho grunting of home rule lo Ire- land, in Ihc hope that the action of the nattoncl league be Will fight It Oul. January JUrnellile conference lo day resolved lo continue wllL unaltered detormiiiAtion thelrstrug- ele to secure tho rights of Ireland. The consideration of leading qneltions re garding Irish affairs was postponed until the arns-al of Mr. Varnell. Kpatdflti LoxnoXj January been received from Spain that rebels seized Fort St. JoMan, in Carthagenn ad wounded the military governor 'he conimolion'atlrnctcil llie attention f Iroops in tlic vicinity nnd they has cncd lo the aceno of the )n their approach the rebels Jled. Charity for January Bazaine ex-martlial of France, isliving in Madrid ox, January pretl- cnt has sent Iho folloFing.nomtcitioiw o the senate to-day: To be C, Bair, uenxsalawony, Pennylvania; J. U Maughi, Dcnlion City, i. t. loss, Waxabschle. Texas; A. A. jallalin, Teimessco; Jas. U. Tolllvw. rfbanon, Texaai Chas. W. Waj- egf. Kansas; Win. n, Ucid, Oberitat, Kansas; John Wright, Hedewlck. .s; James llnlhurfiird. Mllforrt, MIcV T. A. Carlisle. Missouri Valley, owa; Frank D. Travis, Jloldrldgc, Henry O. (Somlrich. JereeyvUJUs J. llukell. Virginia, Htl- inis; f. H. Trouwlall, Metropolis Cltj, llinois; J. S. II. Coville. Morris, Illlaoli: olin .1. Slnilar, Ban I.ouis Ohllpo. oniio. Honatn C'onflrniatlona. WA6lll.Nr.ToN, January U.--Tbe to.clay.'iii executive coniraud tho following nomlnatloni: BonJ. F. Jouiw. of IjHiiilana, collecUr of customs for the dlttrict of New Or: Alfred P. Udgcrton, of Port Wayat, Indiaiin, civil service commliwloner. Domian II. Kaloa, of New York, cirft The president haawitlidrawn the lation of Wm. li.McArdlc. of. If Ma- ppi, to be consul at San Juan del Norto, he having declined the appolntmenl. Cokfi'.Blll. WAMIIXCITIW, Jaaaary Coke introduced a bill to day lo a Judicial district of North tmilm- d Ian Territory. ,J I'realdcnf lal Bin. WASHISOTOX. Januaj-y mitlee on election of prceident and prcsidenl met anil referred to Ihft' loinmllli e fur ilsconsldcration Uw Hoir bill as adopted by Ito senate. The- chairman was uiilLorllcd lo EunuBOB inemlif of the committee at any lo cjinsldcr the report of the mittee Mr. Caldwell and the------ mcmliers of the tn.lt- rcaily engaged on consideration o{ Hoar bill, and hope lo bo abte to ".1 rclMirt to-morrow rrtorning, itt event Ilio measure will bo fore ihc house later la tbc day. the call of atalea, bOlt wcw ittemt: cnduring greet privfltiou, and charitatilo appeals urc living made to his old com- rades in bin behalf. Several Kngliih generals have conlrihutcd to a fund that baa been started Tor the benefit of the ex-marshal. A JajB or Ice RMnjr. RACIWE, N. Y., ia ftM Orwego rirer, at Fnlton, fconr. Mre- tkaK' two _ BOW ritnff aa konr. ittairi can- be MtbnWd. fwOj 75 faailin drive, fran ____________ ho ta MADTtln, January pamphlet haa been publisheil by the Spanish rcfujfee, Anguola. in wliicb ho r.cniscs one do Monlptaskr with Instigating tlieraunkr of Prim, with paying tlic and witk bribing jodges. IMplAfnatlc Item. Edward Tkonuiii ku arrived MM will Immediately aaauioe bis BrIUtk ambuMiiar. Sir William W k-i If, peadlAf tbe of Tkntntoo, will to Objected Co WA.SKIXGTON, January ive session of tee tenate UwUy jOO nominations were reported from tM ommitlees. chieftr pottaaiten. Ncnp- nalioni In by the. preiidext VednesdaT nnd to-day, wen referred he cc-mmfttees. When Ibe nomination of Dormaw B. came up, Senator Lngma Bade tbe toini that (Batom) "mnc wump." and that the spirit of the eiviVr. lerricclaw reqairedone'of tht commit-, lione'rl to be a Beauon and vouched for Tben are wild to have, been fourteen votes ugainst 1'Viton's conflvmali'in, ol which were by republicans. Bill! bj Weaver. WAMIlsliTOS. January trixluccd hy Weaver dlrccu Ihe tary of the treasury !o _ fractional paper currency lotbe of in denominations of IS, 9.1 a ad 50 cents. Weaver's bill lo restore soidier.-' sailors a! the late war lo their with He noldcrs of xg- bonds, appropriates them Ihe differanve between tne tlift currency they rectiTod standard gold coin of the Dnit Teei te oaee u o omoo, wi an coMuttr .Tbe feem to kla datKi u BritU eaUieter tad u ee i to tka4 ctflttL iliia poor, W.isaiMrox, If union of Jir. ai tretwa United ku been reporv lily by the eoeuaitue on An effort h beiftl J action on t he pert e? tte WfflW   

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