San Antonio Daily Light, January 5, 1886

San Antonio Daily Light

January 05, 1886

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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 5, 1886, San Antonio, Texas RED CROSS WHISKEY, RED CROSS WHISKEY. RED CROSS WHISKEY. HARRY BAUM CO. San Antonio Daily Buy Your Win got r. "ciiancv fortboao Mosi tot Oil Mitte HARRY BAUM CO. Volume 3 1 2. SAN TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1886. Only a Year. We take occasion'to mention to our friends and customers in the City and Country that since we are through with our annual Stock-taking, 'we have made reductions in all our departments, and are offering Bargains to all those in need of any- thing in MUNICIPAL MATTERS, Our City Fathers in Regular Ses- sion Yesterday. The Elaborate Hepoit of the City Attor- ney on tho Water-works Brought Keports of Committees Ad- journed Until To-day. A regular mecllng of the Cily I'l.....cil was held yesterday afternnun, u full board of Aldermen bring present. The of ihe last meeting were rend Dry Goods, Shoes, -Hats, Etc. ec and be convinced thai we mean what we JOSKE BROTHERS. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. Mary Horton's Room Entered Clothes Destroyed and Stolen. One of tho most ilnstnrdly mill tlcnd- l6ti outrages Imaginable was comtnlttoil on Sunilny night nt tho house of Mrs. William Vance, on Houston s'reet. Mary Xorten IB u colored woman who U cooking for Airs. Vaiu'e. Homo time ngo pbo hnd her husband put uniU-r itinco ttond, and not being abto logivo MONTE OBISTO. Jamos O'Neill In His Wonderful Creation To-Night. pea. lion id he wont 10 Jnll. They had not and approved. The following petiiinn! i bevn living together for some time, In 1 r i. .t...- nriil liniFnl 111 ll 1 H Ceo H Kalteyer, President OUo'Koehler, Sec. and Manager. Brewin SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. _ K. SIM A. HAMI'BI. Oysters, Fisli and Game, Cafe Restaurants ............Anil At............ Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets-. .i ami Meals at nil hours. r nlite waiters In attendance. Everything served in firet-Dlnrs Ktyle 7-28-Um for the This Establishment is now Replete with All tlic Noveltie: Fall and Winter Senson. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins POIIR Velvets and Velveteens in all colors, plain and hrnnndrd. Silk I'onceeE, Dresa i'lr.ids iji single and donhlo widths, und SSfTriinmings to Sllic r.ll Dress Goods.-igia Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. lie is now showing tho largest stoek of Kid Gloves, Mils, for Ladles and Children ever brought lo our city. In Silk Uoaiory he haa an endless variety and cannot be undersold. Fall and Winter Millinery there This department is under Hrst-nhira artistes, whf wllj plenso the tastes of all. Flannels, blankets, -Linens, Cotton Goods, Domeatio L'rinta, Glnshapis, Alpacas, Comrortnrs. Cnnloii nela and Hoaicry. Among the other things which were very ox cnfively purchased liy his ngents was tho most magnificent stock of DrfSb Onods of ail kinds ever Bce'n in any dry goods house In lexna. attention was given to purchasing and inter bilks, mid can .lie also give .Ihe greatest bargains in Clothing, Boots -Shoes and Hats quick of Full ami Vt'lnter-Ulotlitnij Is the largest over in-nuglit and cjin- ImiSca In tfio liti'Sl patterns. Trinco Allicrt. (lutawiiy. Frock ami Sack Sulla. v 1-1 py cuiiiplilc otUidiea', Misses'. Men's [mil UOJ-H- Jhfts FURNITURE AND CARPETS line is-.tU (Jmjils. aivl he n'ill suit ovorylmiij AmniiStl" B i.fcli ifo Un.l Plusli P.lrlor giilu, Mnlnllf Purlor Wnlrnit nml IIM W, mimboi Uliiii-i. "g llniMcIs and I Uiiriitla. H'lltJ, t'linOVinilo" SlwilM. KH.-. Country 1 -rj lllle.1 proinpllv and sMlarnctlon puaninu-e.1. l roraainplOP. L. Main Acequia Street _ PHAETON AKD 1IARKESS. Clxxl miulltliin, also, a puir nf gentle cnrrlnjri; No. Lfi Alamo Monday'and Tuesday, Janu ary 4th and 5th, H ivk THE I'dl'L'I.AH SHI. i. nb! JAMES Ktt-liU'r'p Aihiitlrttion OIIKATKST WOltIC, MONTH CRISTO As prOilucccl nt Fifth Avcnne T.icati'e. York, hur nn Unval atn t-'. Iteferreti lo CuniiullH-c on Unlinniivrs and City Atlunicy. Citizens, for wilier mains, (.ins anil W'uler Uuiniiiillce. Cltlzfiia, for a iioUmtmnn at tin? inu-r- seolioli ol Hist Commerce Bliert nml tin.1 Hunecl ItailroaO. I'ol'cc CitweiiB, for an ullvy on Cherry suvi'l to lie grnlibHil. Uisuliu, for n ntlreriiiiiiit; boartl on Mnln Ituferretl to tlm Coinmitlei: on L'utllions Unllnuuccs. .Mrs. Mary H'eliefer. for rnnlieion i-l taxes. Connnlllee. Cltiv.cna on Hrtiila Onra dllcct for water nialim. Grunted. Tho opinion ol ihe. Cily Altorncy ,jn Hie i nlidity ol tliy wiittr-wuvks waa Biihmllttd. Aclion ilrluirvil until tho next ineeliiif; (vlilc Ui -untlit-r Tbo Mayor aniiounei-tl tin; nvxt tiling n order whs lliu elee-tion of i Chief of ho Fire Department. Ci. A. Dllerler.on lit- recommendation of tht Fire Coin- janles, %vns elenlcfl hv iicoluinalUtn. Mayor inrormud the Ciuinull he hnd inslrn'clell Mr. Marslnil to Imild n rnnil from Hie San I'edro crcrk, in nect will: tlie old niiiunduin mail nl Kef IS store. The ComiuH suetnined ihe Hcllon of the Mayor. 'I'liu' monthly reports of ihe City At- torney. Jailc-r, .Marslinl, Ptmiul-MiiEtvr. Ditch CoinniUaloncrs, 1'ark-ketiR-r anil Kngintur fubiiiUled anil rvfcrreil to connnitlees. Tue Stretf Commissioner inciuleil Hint SM) uc paid lo .Inke Jlur- 6lmU for a gravel screen. Adopted. The Efigineer siibmllled a mail nhow- ing on (jullad slrpet. uml recnmniendeil Hint il Blrnli-liiriiBtl lo a line hefore the conteiniilaleil Improve- are commenced, llefvrred to Al- dermen of the I''ourlli Wnnl. The Kinanca Con'initlee reported thai Hie contingent- fund )md ueen overdrawn to the. iinlolinl o Deputy Constable Kroinptnu, imnieii ately went to the spot Indicated and dis covered a man lying (hero, to all nppea ancea dead. On Investigation the inn found to be etlll alive, although nortec ly unconscious and all his limbs b numbed by the cold, he having ovlile ty Inid there all night. On his right ji a suiuUcilt could hu seen from which I bled profusely. The man was carrk to Ihe Santa Itosa Hospital, where med. cal asBistance waa immediately summoned, and after a Bhorl time In- man regained his ecnsea, althoiiKh he wss too exhausted to state how he cnmu to bo lying in the bruah. lie was iden- tilled aa Rohert Kretchmer, who lives on Knst Commerce street. Kretchmer s wife BOine lime ago ran away wilh n young man from this city, and since lu-r departure he has acted slrnngely and ihjpnt to attacks of melancholia. Meeting of Stockmen. The annual meeting and election or olllcera of Ihe Southern Texas Live Slock Association to-morrow, nt their rooms, on Main should well attended There are many important questions in- teresting particularly to UIB slOL-kmin ofthis section, which require united action on their nun, and cnn wily thus be accomplished. A plan of action In the Klato Convention at Austin on Monday ehonld ho here formulated in order to properly meet the stocUmen of the Panhandle and Northwest. MISS SUSIE STOKES wrc (u ivrlnkU-, lorht-rola 1lm Johnny and Lottie. laclnii SkLOrt Ailli-M. In Hii-lr nrlirlnul I'luulnlhia SkelL-li. i-nlllleil, "I.I'.r 'M V. IIB." i InWlili't "f .S'.Kic, Idlinns liy Mis In f n'.n put i nn-' lluii Mirh 19 nnl UK- ii NfKru Uirl..ll l.nltlu lliirl Slid U p I" Ivcnuu Blossom Aiid f irsl n t in America of tho Groat JAPANESE JUGGLER, Tho of tho I 9th ConUiry, Proctuclnpr moro Oi Iglnal and Diffl- ull Tricks tlmn any other Artist In Ills lino. Don't to scojiim. i. "Ml cmifln.lo with llu- v.jiuiily. nilltlL-il. SCENES IN A SCHOOL. n-rt tiarony y Macnnliy T Wolf Marx -II' YOU WANT We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIAL IMPORTATIONS -l'-Oli Till'.- Jsisfifs [or Ladies, Misses, CliMren. Good Luck. A telephone dlepatoli list evening the Steves' Anna Cora- I from Mr. Jnlm ilnrlln, of thla olty now at Pleapenton.- itnllng they I tut retnrneil frf-ni R hunt 18 miles louth of 1'leasanlon and liurt killed live and ono dealersolls Oper Avoid Injurious Inv Weok of Prayer. The tiist of Ihe series of the meetings during the "Week of took placo last evening at the I'aine Mellio- riiat Kpiacopal Church. After aong and rnyer Kev. Dr. So.uld.or, of the Madi- ion Square I'resbytt-rinn Cnuron, dcliv- rcil a short address, and Ihe services nded as begun. To-night the services will be held at he First Baptist Church, ltd by V. H. Preston, of the Cumberland Church. Engineers and Surveyors. The Board of Directors of the Engi- neers nml Surveyors Society, met yestcr- dav evening and added several clauses o'lhe constitution and by-laws. They also examined several statements of pro- fessional experience ofBevernl Intending members. Tlie regular meeting of the association lakes place this afternoon at 5 o'clocU. ____ Mayes_May Go. United States Commissioner J. Stevenson this morning discharged from oustody the young negro porter, Nathan Mnyes, charged with embezzling a money order package. The only proo against Hayes was that lio left tho place of his employment In ID'Hanla on Bttmo day Iho order pncknge was itikcted and was seen with In money on the train going lo Houston. only clgHrottes which do no IttolctO the lips are Opera I'uOV. Mne Brens Goois Silks, Satins Cloaks aiifl Wraps of all Mi. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. BOO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc.. Etc. Corner Coinmerce and Alamo Sts. A FIHST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BVoSTEAM.THROUGHOUT. FREE CONCERTS Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, and a Special Free Concert Every Sunday, from 4- Lo I 1 p. in. FiTst-CUss.Bar-Room, Mauraul and Billiard-Room Attached, 1'IKrtII'T AND POU'J'i: ATTKXTIOS Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas. ;