Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

San Antonio Daily Express Newspaper Archive: May 27, 1886 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: San Antonio Daily Express

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - May 27, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             TOL 2I-NO. 187. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING MAY 27 1886. ESTABLISHED, 1885" y, K. M II.HKNNY. liKAM) CKMTRAT. El. PASO, TKXAS. HOTEL MAVEKICK, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Leading Hotel of tie State. McILHENNY SON Proprietors. THE DUDE MOUERER. MAXWEL.L. KATTL.KS OKF HIS I.ITTI.r; STOKV. Fall and Particular Account of Preller't Entirely an Ac- to Conrenlcnt Memory -A Bf- markabtn Criminal. W. J. HOLLAND, EICLUSTVT Coffee Roaster and Spice Dealer. .ML rt.-Hler? airl of ]mrt> mini flhu'jld Mf lli.L tlicj-Kel HOLLAND'S. -Mall. Kiprcps un.l wire Bllnl. 14 W. Commerce St., San Antonio, Texas. L C3-. OO-; Brokers (jrain, Provisions, Cotton; Htocks For Future Delivery. 21 Soledad Street. y Rm! dully r whervjlo CINDERELLA L Offcrg tho in this line of gootla from 50c up to loeludinx latest ruta in e Also a full Line of GENTS' LOW QUARTER, Hand-sewed Quttori. nml j Shoes, Just tht- the thing for buiuntei. Wt- ooatinue xltow tho ORIGINAL Slioe, Ctnsr Hoatoi si. apfl Aveine C. THE SODTIEBN HAVE Within last few days re- our Block of MOHAIRS ALPACAS, WORSTEDS. SERGES, AND KI.ANSKLS aod -whioli we offer at pricoh to suit the Knowing what our onsto iners want, and at prices they can afford they find it economy to visit us. A. MORRIS, Clothing Emporium, Main St. SS4 itj on tbe tMMte of Purity and Full Weight DDdn lost to dteeoaM Hortbem Eaatem be- tbe of THE ALAMO CITY Short-Hand, Type-Writing 1-ELE6RAPH INSTITUTE. Sold and Ueed Everywhere. Order from or oorrrspood with tbe Southern Manf g Co., 8AM AXTOIHO. TVI. nodevJaMy to ur la aod to tMai or Hortbera Open aij jmr. circular. DR. B. E. PRIVATE INSTITDTE. Notice to Builders and Contractors. deAled bidi will hn reoHved at tbe oOce R. J. Ware, Tie) Hio, up to mUdar Mar, ibe of a tw Korr or l.rtck bulktlof U'KS fed Md apMMcalkim can t- Ken at Martta dekirrer, CoaiBevot Mm AatoBio, or at of R. J IM Ekx win for UM wtoie or The Maxwell Trial. May Immediately after W the criminal ctmrt this QiomincThe alJ tin1 door? Howd Locked, nd, forbatk1 deputy jhcrliT? to allow anyone or tbe rvotafuntll the court adjourn. No cum mun teat ton thwcforo can had with or hy Inildr- and out- Th eworld re nut n-tnaln in Irnnrancv or until adjournment be i. which will prolmblr be hu> in tho af- ernoon. for the defense after le routine tbt- court had hven arose unit commenced an opeulntr IdrvM to the jury. Ho faid Tbat lie wished. them with tbt? fact that noonii IH-W how Prclk-r came to his death eirept j the jury all iliu clrcum Manors LTeniliim it. After lliw mumcr In lik-li Prclleraivl Maxwt-IL hfc-aiuii I, an it tho ck uf their Off ml ship swTvtfHT. ho pUtt.it that Thf ih-lcnsv InU-ixl- il In prove ihit Prvllcr was it i (Torino from ir.clnre, mid thM defiTuU.it foolishly ur.di.T- >ok to reniovo If. Dt'iomUut was unwilllnK i IK.TJ.JMH ita- oj-crmttun alone, hut I'rflk-r liln'l wish tbo nature of hi? ailment to krmwn, ami insisted rlmt MaxwcJl duirtM  'n know Mavwi-l] had no mon- he nintlve for frVTurf 4  i i-iitulU lylnjr uiy luil. I ]iul K of tin' HuM "ii the Llnl K f-tv- on.l linn wmin ln-li [T ntioulfiT rntri l.i-t tiir nil.t with U. I Ihln wnur ijiiif. until L tlnuiidit or rittluT In pain. U-MI michcd. 1 lln.-n CONGRESSIONAL Ho wmiM 1 It- H OOtlM it wvnuo bill, fiut f SESSION OK THK CONG ItGgg. nkl- n tht- Senate. WASHIMI.-U.N, MM; r nmtlnv1 Injr thr "onnte In m (ration "F thu private MIH o raJfTrdar. 5 o'clock thr iiMtikrtipt'T bill wfci Ivfon.- the Haviiijr throuvh. VMU ackrd. that It In; ]anj In onk-r toTtiki-up tbe Mil pnnMlinr fr-r iL taxatH-n of rnllroAd Krtutl InmN. Tlili ItiK been thv lilll lake lilalr nffernl yck bad iu ndiu whlr l ton, and whk-h to, prorMlnit In auk- df larvl nnrterlhc Mil, fni-.-rl Stated mfrht a pn-fcrrrd. thm In cm-h i-av Uiuls oujrbl to IK- lo thppur.ll.- -liimaln. Illalr another amcrxlinent, Infr   rvvlphm thi> wvn-tarj- of HIP 1nti-rlnr, MhtTtiiaiL fur a or I hi' atlvn Mil in ur-Jvr take thi) MJi hr-rvtu- fon' rt'jMirK'iI dy him fnim tbe on frrrimi in amt-ndatory to tbe Chlrwae lmitiljrrTttlf.il hill of Lnmninaimt C-KI- Mflll iM'illET pfilt'll. taVi'n up. SlttTinan i-xpInlnnJ thai tin- Mil simply Int.-u.rc-i to vao to thf tu 2 rerUJ, )rl vo a] I security acahMl f n It wotiVI Tx- neeti what the pnq the till) WWa prof-oatUno ww the Uoiuo would i ilniiiHi truth wk. thAt aU thvy wanted WM tbat c U- for wluu Hut In. WMlhed lu talk He waited nilrtJ tbc f Krlly) at tu IK' the I ruuld Hen- [irolcctton, TtM of t v i if ti r hail K- hy Jiu UH-II -IHHK .Imtlit n. Kur the li-lli-rii to MnawW thar IM Iowa from Uw ptwtawtiw turiff, r.j Ton pnlilk-itn frinii Inwa Md kw- pinll-i ini i n inser poi-nUar nolv.-, (t. hail not chloroform." ID in.- llmt I'njllrr HM i of ]mlii, mid I out M T.UTI- was n rus .K'nmn.iiil ktbeoii: -IK-.-. The wirm-sH tin My full imtu 1 i Arthii War HiTh him uulil tit [ho steanu'r I aJeo ui' on tlie ptbamer. Preller and I comiiifr lo a cVtnuifK i-ou rlpetied into wanm i1p. w e talked much about uur plai and purpoffeft for the future. Our acquaJ anoe frk-odshLiJ contjtiuod after a rival in uouuiry. We r- Koslon, Kcliruary' After ir four .Uys Prellor started on a trip. 1 bad ronrorsatlooi andoor- responik-tKX- with Pivller M t froinfr to Now Zealand. We ajrreud. to meet in St. Louis and fo there toiretber. I told him about raj- flnancia. telUnir hEm In a tettf r tbat 1 had f 100, all told. I treated Preller .iuioft medically la Uofltoa. and by Loiter be acknowledjred havJug- beotti t from I be t rMJtmen t He kQL-w tbat I bad never r-ractictM I u r deception SB this Tho witness tht-n various events: iHiiir Prrlk-r Iravfnr fnr Canada; ubont own arrival in St. a and ilurplur at tho Soutliorn tmtel: t he bad to whoa ftrriiTd how he to .-n (OQK1 of Ms things i'rfll'-r caniu: vJsita lo Feronw'ji drnf o aiiU witli Keniow; hto lOifcs-JQK various nrtk'lcs of him. among- itiitLailon ho imil In Troatlajr a tooth ihiit tronhied him: that Trailer arrived oe V'ridjy prlur to Raster Sunday; jw Ihoy w-nt to jclt matncJan- rn nndsliilta and various other occurrences which took liotwetn Friday and Sun- ly, a.11 ot which arc fatoilEar to tn-arly cvt-rj1- x1y. cuurt then took n Afior WCPSH the of ik-fendnni r ar.il ?diil. "irui.lf-two tbi: Southern hotel and the wo at It nipt L-0 to dsjKywfr the of The- rlotenTion uf ni3- Irnnk.wbloli nTMinod the matric lantern, AinJ wore told by the roan there that it was pr etainnl In pr-rt >iuron, Canada. Uy i ilhi-c-n. We visited alaoan optician in di to if ut> would the lantern and wlieii shiiuld arr. Xroiii tho time I hat I'relh-r anlvod in St. tkm-Q to EaMor Sunday rrtiit of oTher. utre. HI ti fomii-r Almosi laseparat'lc. I weri. not k-okinif anwmd the city or nlajinjr A ire Fpcmmoftt of our time in iay room. oplhrian, two ti ?rcat deal anrl whoever tost the rarne for It. played nboul even. the about XVc drunk but r.oi mach. He for mi-M of the Frclfcr was aocufl- Tocaed to call at my room early tilery day. re- turn to my room, converse, smoke for awhile. then (to down to the rotunda. On Eajter Sunday. ticfnre I went to tbe "T J1- J store, he anrt r had a con wwlW it L tba t hla llp-i. Evtii aftt-r I ttiat )jt; M ad dead, I continue] LOV effnrts isilb liiiu. dEJn't Lea vt- and caJI iu- AU my bCorU to restore him, wben chloroform hokl n( a man, ami ho KJnka, In a few geoonds ihc man ThutlrjM'. I [hoiiKtit, had letter bo OCCMIIMM] in effort i to rettore him. 1 wai con v1 nci'd t hat he was dead, but J contlnuei) to dash coH water oa hli ciifftt. E tUmUy (k-cidod be was ik-ad and all hopes- Then I bardly what to Mr first impvjlAC wai to notify too au- tbrjrit'09. Imaciou my I know wtiaC lo do. I WM In a atranjm land, a Btraurer. L did wx know a ruan could mako a st4ieraf nl in h ow n ht-hal I ihouyhi tbe mate mki taliK'I Ivt-n1 ax In England, iuni 1 wo'iiU not allowed tn make my atate- and 1 thought 1 would frci away. 1 had tbil Uryt- tmnn, tbeOQly oitu I bud up M that time. 1 rmpTicd it out. [t wouLi) fin- pofjitire, KOntleinc-n, to tn my inj" honor, when I knew my I'rii'inl Tin- i-rliniirr Iiruihrnl away from and pmcf-oili'd; t-mpty and pri Irt'w tbir all or my rira thi: un.l tlio flrat that iiil, tipon thu liorty fur d 'i put rrt-JIcr In 11. Tburu w in forvlmr trunk, but I .1  without. ft W fujirer Id paj- IMI than on Mime uihrr Wan hta i I.I.' frlvrvl U atrti-.it tin- lutrrtiaJ mTrnini ULX hi itrm-ttf ll il.irn-. Wkyvn ibe Uaw llic- ti'ilUfBl.-n of.iild cliotMU tirtwvaai (he two whi-thrr they woukd tax or whl.ski'y. klu1 That would WA ha> In lUnr. ranch iTtnnini vri limn- TkM In- niiitlhf'y nurcr bn Nxwln, iri-mocraUe Thon 1hvn- ttr I k-Tt, NiiiJ HuiiliL ixrt hulf laten I thu Irl-lll. thM KOntrl-OHT. INU InTorvM.' II" thvy ilbl. they wlit-n thry taFkvd (nkiotr orT Internal IH4 thr IIOIIM- i-vory day incir-aur t rolh, ihut now an that to come frvmt Hammond, ot otferrd an iudi' A onnllniM) Ibn lo n-l hcru aakhipi conKreu ID uxcluihi tttu Rwwt mivlc from corn or ftnrnkuni. WKen the ancuiuentc oien- manraj-fnc tu-diy wtru utade tba lo Kruw and ftortrbum, he had siiHHl a liarrier, and bu didn't bolffjM- (bat tho Uenaa fn) n n (M r. 1'rioe j who h I to f crillciaod in ati-tntci, or fie man f mm Iowa {Mr. would havo tho bill to every poiin I ol KlueoiK' to KO out In a ntampe t p-tok-uy. the day the be had to relievii tho ut- ihn eyjntry from invktlouK tas-n IHI tbelf pru.luuMoiit. ami In their luleretiv be lo-tlay tbifl effort lo a-td another Irimfc-iL tn .nimcthcy alrewly bom. Hsi had. tAiiffht by H-Miry that the tar- iff wfml-l proBote nr thu of Iho li wm foi- iN-ticfJi of tkto fanucr arM he to IK Ilovod It, ami If jccn- tJemen. and Prtee, fit orcr to I lie other nnd vole for fmi ira-li: an'I pk'tiTf of liuaineAS for nf every utrtl ciniutry tn tho union. Mm of dm a, nfaflirimul every wnnl jipokru him Hu not hjve rtpoken I hem In of UK- gentleman from I'nriniylvanl.. (Mr. TJIit for tKe fac-t that be hail nn amiuranuc thttl tho Unff wou hi come up am I n thH H> kad. felt ihat be ha-, a riKh.1 to the jrentle- aud Lentrth of man the rUKt to jrauxe That rfrht. Mr. wliat parlianit-iiixry mw3 of arinth.fr. Hi- Jim. hid TTHJ tlio 11 for i adjourned. KMOHTH OF Heoonil Day'.. Work ri.jcvEr.tM.. May awrt at o'elouk thU raormJac, till mnmlnc- flrst (nuixaotad wa.1 la admit ware thp laat rl at Rainlruxi, ihitarto. No n niitUHl to IM reprvKPtod that WM not r nto-j at HaraLlum voarentioau O L Workman Powderlj H cxtomporaneouj In mferred tbe orxkT, Its wlh. strik'f anrl mni-Mawl JudtcIouRaem ia on laws, i ft worn Urilmi, I Mr. Hrn-U- irnin When may i ry hct kNid of taxation ou with nil his (xiwc tirtu for aiiotter kln.l n ik'W and i he ntLatkmsof tbe order theaddn-M of tbt- WonwinS'C'l.vtt union. tbe pi in r, J-varJ Hoe- ton, of Chicago, who at yinr-.-.-it mnattaw alt comnlttevi a cba'noe to in-t t.) wwK, tho convent km adjourned and iLvi n i'iirr of Amy waa orniraKtmn. A plan la on foot to call in all tin- slona of the pn-si'nt utaiuo aaaae and Tin- oontfuei of many oricaulxcrs. It U trmuxt.1, bat trie order a of trouble. A DMtrnctlTe IJLf.. 1 in a larjru brick aod j j at the itjrner of (.'onyreAa straet maA Wai I avenue tk.li taor fully Tbe In wl.'.'h IhM 4x atiwiM lav r.oirtlLl. Tho first alarm was turned in atevtir aftrr 6, diit Ix-fon; tbi: arrlral of any ateamcKl llic )1ttn.-i hunt out tlw IiuKdmir with much nVrccnew, KIM! (n a abort tinji: thi' MUllillnpr on ln> from top to Irotrom. It waa ftta4 with of tbe description. Thr wcra IMforA, J. Viui Aatvery, P trw: rersatrOa al-out tbe perfortBance tbe beretofore alLutled to, and alao a dar of two before Uuu Suodaj Prailer de- scribed to ne bis and 1 oooeludeO thai be wan suffering from Uriclure, and thai tbe beat awvbnd of blai WM by paatinr a catheter. I took my on read to PreMer dlrectroa-i to ibe proper of In Merhifr chtoroforni and refmbed my mind aa to tbe precaotloo? There are auuthaal the UWT tbe aafeat aaetbod of ualax tbe druf, bat I made thene SOBM 12 moat ha before 1 left Knrtand. After tbkt omTniaattim with TTeUer, T went lo a i.mr pnrrbaard fmir otmcci rf chte- thifl day Prelkrr and I bad gone to other and made HOBMK wbich be aaid we mutt have, tbat we could not Ret om our joumer to .Auckland before we efcouM arrive at San Fraaviaen. 11 bad undentnod betweeo all tbe tiaw thM I waa to aeil my amaffle tan- tern aad utawr Uiiign in order U) ntooey for Ihi trfp to FrajK'toeo ttiat be to for mj to AockUukd. with Ibe ajre. 4nv I drlak ratarteate tbat u _____> ;ruokJ a The I onlerert tamt-rt Biy j-il E plattil ID of UXJBI things IriTj? around the room which1 tn n-infivtil froir. the trunk in which i-ltcfd my frteivd'A dead txidr." do you know abont pU-ee of 'So ptrlub to the wu that ibc aiithorE- U wouM puzzle tbem until the j bo held." your fdeaUdeLay them while you wen- fretting you AJ anything else with the tamo otjfct In "Vrs. I shaved off blj moustache." you bow that cut oaune on hti I did H witb a tmt caa acaifn no reatton fur it." did t but at I on c did jou -In the coune of tbe aomUiy i wnt to tbe union depot with a corervd trank, wbkrh I checked to San Frmneifloo. iaj night. L don't ramgnher of crt- to cuh Tor thJj pi-ojilo I J tliMnk him for Eii-1 rat kKi. I'Ut the jf Iowa reject his proffon-J a'J. Tln-yt tloti. which Imt flnnly ly. I mm MilvocAtlnir on this N'.J man would roxrH more than nrm unkirnl to my In and va-ily my uporior tn lololk-ctual P-JW.T. I f uxhT that I have y I will lie tbe first whhdraw ft, l-ut far M I a-ave madetbe utitr.inoe, that tbr weatcm country demandl am. have pro- teetioo, br arjrunacnt If Nut.hj' war .C 1 rMrad not a wont, (hi tbat jrroutMl I ntaiMi, and will tuad. E InUsi tUat tariff lextfttaJion hi not tbe only hjr wbieh tbe of tbe pmple can U- teete4. and mutt ibv fact. Tbe cmirea of the wert and sooth must t l-.-rry. hlmk-n, K. H. Peaie A Co., lithographs and ibti Central Llt ljul it is lu the Clark .fc In all lo 4 f tin- Rre uokft ,r tbe buUdlnff. jlMinf will be Street Carit aavd 1 Muy Ktir orer throe I intclit tin-1 city uotfer rvleh knr.] hy KnlfrbUot Tniin for tawi (rtii striken wouU urlra wan aihl ocrrtck to-nlcto, aad a on and treated. what 1 ftaM it U what i am a tbouftand 1 tt, MDoe f tbe attentive of my frietnl fruai Peatujlvaola. [Ap- i made tn by rine. E don't about kill- j awaman or tbe eiWMtkw of a rerolTar. by tbe d h I irouMn't like to mj when aajrtblaff oc- "Harl you, wbeo you ___________ ._ any mfeaLkn of kUIioc rtwl not. air." Tho wititeM loudly etapbaU- HiMMttai of lajorlnff -1 ba4 ctr.1' WM takam up wuh Uw tnj to lav taawaMo. Hat created somewhat of a neoaatkxiL but be waa about to take deat, atraln addnawaod tbecbair and "I hate ankM by tome ffratJeataD wbeiher t Biaaat a eoafltet of arvH, wben I 'war.' No. be eoottet pfanled ia brave aod thai and that aloae." tbe Wh M a measure wboae purpoae WM to imiav prteo of dairy lAwler, of read a I from KnigrbU of Labor of aod Ue Mil MUukav a food On mot kMi of BavkfVTWm. of aa ait waa adopted by U to MCtteM weteirc Vattwr, ao m to czda4a t u> E tb n ilowljr tbroavti is, tbr crowd. Kfaduajlr TK.T until nearly 10W na: in the prarFii.ru.. Kvarr awr tio tbe route anaetod r were uijan 'at up, Ike I were wrecked hi tkac way awl i a tie rortawafeat awvrtalved, no peiatai wav njDml. Had BOC tbe Tafcjfcti of up the wooU barr foUowwA. If Hk Md r at tbe war dvpartawrat ported actkm of reward for Ibe oaptu re of oraKve. It'la If fact tt. will be 'l Hill f that auem a eoorae te Ma warfare erea   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication