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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 8, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             RED CROSS TOKBV BID GROSS mm. REB CROSS TOXM. San Antonio Daily Light. CROSS UDttE- CROSS mmi CROSS mm, RED CROSS WHISKEY. HARRY BAUM CO. JANUARY 8. 1886. Volume 315. We take occasion to mention to our friends and customers in the City and Country that since we are thTough with our annual Stock-taking, we have made great reductions in all our departments and are offering Bargains to all those m need of any- thing in Dry Goods, (Soiling, Shoes, Hats, Etc. ne to see ami be convinced lhat we me in we JOSKE BROTHERS. i LOOK OUT POK THEM! Thi Appointments Made Carlisle, by Sptaker1 Tho Penalty for etc. calls I hi- allenllon of Ihe "r One Hundred and Twentflive on the Library Haoktt. of Detemuur couple of FASHION adve tise. OttoKoohlBr, Seo.-atKiManager. Brewin is a full llbl of the mosl Important House us annniinteil by Speaker Carlislt-: Ways and MeniiB-llorrl6.il of Illi- nois, Mills of Tvxac, Ih'We I of York. McMlllnn of Iliirrlsot Ucnrgln, lir.'ckenrldge of ArVnusne. .Msbfrrv of Michigan. itrcokenridK.- of Kemuoky. Kelly of Pennsylvania, of Vork. Brown of Indiana. Keeil of Maine. MeKinle-y of llhlo. (Jommitlcu on of IVnnsylvanlK. Fotnry of Ala- bama. man of Indiana, Tiiwnse.nfl o [Illnols. Burns ot Missoiiri, Cabell ol Virginia. Lufevru of Oh o, A.Imiia of New Vork, Wllsnn of Wesi Virginia, Cstinmi of Illinois, Ryan of Kansas, Bulterworth of Ohio, 1 ong of eliucetts. McCotnas of Maryland, Um- Coinage. Weights and Messurea__Bland of of Texas, Sevmuur. or Connecticut, Ilempbell of Sou ib Cnrollnn. Norwood of Georgia, Seotl of IVnnaylvni.la, Mc-reary ,f Kentucky. ByiHim .lames of orli, Koukv ell ol Mnssathusetta, Mule of Ohio, l-.'llon California. Fuller of luwa, hnowlts of Uarbora-Willis of Ken- tucky, Illancharil of Li.nislann. .lonw! ol Al.hVtnn. Murphy of lown IJiUfon. of Virginia. Stewart of I .-art- ton of Michigan, of Mli-sls- -r MlnBonri. llt-iidi-rtiun ol rilone ol York, of Cali- 'seuilon I. .'Inpter every pi.woo I'l-lmt Iho imrent or guardian ur liavlnir the care, ciisiuily nnv mlii'ir or other Inillvliliin'. eln.ll, I" Ilia extent of any means. r anil MI- thnriiy off aid parent. Kiliinllan nrrsnn Hint cou'd property txerlcd for auuli purpiwr. prurnrr anon minor or inillvlclmil men registered at Ihe St. Leon aril as Frank 0. Monroe antl Bruce fulibim. ol San Francisco. Monroe was n line specimen of physios! muti- hnori. about six high, well proper- iloneil, gray cyef. brown hnlr, light "r moiK.tnuhr, and 'wore a genll'ol gray (lilt i iifoislniero. lie professed to be pro- frsslonnl IniBe-ball plnyei. ami showed HET SIMMS PROPRIETORS --OPO-IC lppl, Glover ur Missouri. I II iiidlB. Bavneof Pcniuylvai'U, MnsBHClmseita. Burlelghoi Ne UroBvennr of Ohio. Markhnm lie Malik- lo take the siiuill The penally 'or not cumplui'K I the nhnvc fi-ullou. in a lino nul 1M j tlmn Ilvo nor morn ihmi liiimlriMi i ddllnrs. Uii'ler .simpler ill. Iliin 8. the IP (Jlvi'ii: Every phvjidnn in in-, rliy "hail .e- to this board (llonrd ol Health) In willing tramedlairlv sficr bis ilrsl pro- fessional visll every palieni In- have laboring under Ihe follow diseases: Typhoid typlius.yellow fever, ABlnllc cholera, Btnall pux. or other mglous or infectious disuses, and every death from such dlhense Imniedliifly niter it has occurred. Section U enacts lhat every housi- Imliler Hi all also report the name! pi all inmates of or her hotiBB whom lie or she shall hitve reason lo believe "lei. or tlieaeornny oilier contagious nnd Hi.-Superintendent ofl ubl cbclioois shall in lit'- iimnni-r tie notified. The penalty for non compliance with I, uilnl, of not less than jr. nor more Iliali w. II. SIMMS......... 1IAKKII... Til HO. HAN'D I'll AS. CKDKI11 .B MANAGER AXlMIF.UrKT UlllECTOR LBADEH or OIICIIWTBA .I.EAUEII OF DAND "ofTLY v A R i ETY'THEATRE IN THE CITY. and GOOD LUCK I SAN ANTONIO, T. New York Tenements. TO Otic Cur Upholatorctl Goods, now styles, very (inc. One unr C'htiiiibci' Suits ami Sovcltics 1'finu (inuul umqiio mill i" and finish. One CM' Vino, Clictip Kuiniturc, from bent inutm-H. Erastus Reed. foreign ABnlrs-Belmonl nf New- York. Clements of GeorKla. U'? North Carolina. Klngleionof SllssiJsippi, Wnnlihiifiu- I li.ii-.'i.-. Daniel of er- non Mlcrean ul Kcntnci-y, Cr.vln of Trxni Rice of M.anachuselB, Hulte   an-nnlvc.rsal 1 tiud nn.ont: wrelulied people fonwd to live in Buoli nlnoeB. of lirlni! ll" hiinlcst and inrnneBt iHiidlord In New York Lot any one who wishes u> verily m.v statement go to the building. which U owned bv Trlnliy Chnruli, and is in- habited bv'200 people. On the ground floor on this aide Is a liquor store, alllmugh Trinity t.hlirell professeB never lo rent to dealers. I he hiiildliiK ii In Ihe most terrihk conilltlnli imaginable The floors of Ihe halls are covered ivlih Ulih from overlloweil sinks andolo'eio. "ml bow any tinman being "an live i., tiiuh a dei, Is dllllcnlt lo Imaslne. No. HI Watts Mreist Is M'Other leneiiipni owned by Irliilty Church ami reined to its occiipRiiU di- rectly from Ihe "'rliiily Church olllcera. The cellur win tilled a foot deep with sewage thai und leaked from broken sewer pipes. The lloors of ibe ha Is were so covered with tilth from the larne source Hint It deadened I lie sound of one's footsteps pnrinrr. llrncii I'olssou wiiBsnmll, v Ir-y, nbiuit live feet seven inches in ki-on dnrk n-btleBB eyus, siubby blatk .....nstnebf. crooked noso, wore ilurk Hilt ofuUilllce.nnd unlike Monroe. WBB nut prrpoieeBliiB In appearance, al- iluniKh geiiieol. They claimed to he iiReiiis of llurpor llrulbers pnldlBliIng IIOIISB. nud proposed lo eslabllsb a c r- uiilmliig library in this ully, compojed nf Harper's paper-eovertd "ovyls. Ar- ranucnjenlB were niailc wllli Kd. lilscbe boiis for flu he room lor iuUO volumes in llielr Alnnio pbi7.il stun-, nlitl also eald I'M. Itlaclii.- A Sons should aul ibis city. Tbey men started out to secure fur Bald llbrwy. pntllng the price nl for a earil. eniltlliig Iho holili-r the use of the uooka ot ssld library lor iwo yeurs. They met silccelf, nnd, is fur ns is known, suiue IK UckUb m-re sold HI SI each. 'I'licy partially iimue urrungem. IH8 ITinlniJ House ID have CWcovirs prlnu-d willi Uiselie a ailvertlsemei.l on, but never .lame lo olofe np llie barttalii afler a lo Mr. Wheeler, llii-y bad muile "11 writ of prom IBS" anil loin the rchi-iuis. tho limp UBlng III.' namu ol r.ll Klscl.e iij Suns us gnnrnntee ol goud Iniili nnd vlKnlni; taid tirm imme as agtlili! to Hut iiiemh.-r.lilp wlti.oiu On Sundav panl h lu-gan I" come In o the nore "claliniiiK library prlvlletiea. ulnnllie forg.'i.v Ib' llrui inme i'1-.-.n.r.d and began to he Mi.ell.il. Hm Monroe up. Inqulty n, Ilif til. Leuinld Hotel discloseil the fatl Unit t Heir bill and left on a train early Monduy morning, lint on which train It la not known, rrom the many d lucre nl stories lold by Ilieiii. nnd many other that have leaked on I, I here reualiiB no doubt but what ibese fellows nre n slick braee nnd worked llielr mukct tncrei-s ully. l-ei the people In (UluTBeuiluiiR nf the coun- try look out for Ihe library racKel; I not enleiilaled to improve tlie In -literary fellowH" lu considernhle extent. --ENT1RE NEW BILL. oxlAV. JAN. II. IIWi-FMIST.M'l'KAKASCBOK James Neary, LizzleSMton, PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. Tlmrsday, May, Satnrilay artSiwlay, Success, of Miss LOTTIE BURTON. .In her Banjo's GILBERT SARONY, Si.nw. entitled, "nil In Popular Songs Miss CAD BLOSSOM u Min QUCHKSTIIA THE i Motto Songs I'rvpatv lo ivrlnkk', lor "MISS SUS'lE STOKES _ __ o n-riiikle, l.ir Here U Hie 2-BURTONS-2-Johnnyand Lottie. _ NEWS, ThoEver" Ml5S_Cad J EXTRAORDINARY! on 1...11K, ThrookDiorlon of Texas. Cr l> of K. HIMMAN'n I1AHPEI. Fisli and Game. Cafe Restaurants At.......... Bcholz's Hall, Corner o[ Cornmerce_and Losoya Strceta. lerLunob and nil hours. Kverylhinf; served rollle. waiters in nttendanre hrouKniorion "i rla Cahell of Virginia, Dunn ofArkan- Bliss of New York', Tillmsn of South Carolina, Ouihwalie of Oulo, Kichnrd- ionof Tennessee, Hanhack of Kanauf, Holmes of Iowa. E verb art of 1'Himsyi- ianla, llayden of Mississippi, on Kleotlona-Turner of Georgia, Lowery of Indiana, Ituburlson of Kentucky, Marlla of Iowa, I'ei.ibonc of Tennessee llahn of Lo Ulana. llop- Dursey of Nebras- ka, Royle ol is now Replete with All me Novelties for the Pall an-l Winter Season. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.. Fall and Winter Millinery KM. mil m "s -------V xi 1 t-j i- ,f Missouri. Crisp of Georgia of Tennm-e, of Virginia, T.rnser of Miohigan, I'lllltzer of New York, Dynum of Indiana Irwln ofl.ou- islana. O'N.ill of I'c.nnajlvanla, DAVIS of Maisachusetli, Dnnlmra of Illinois Weaver of Nebraska, Johnson, of New York MorrbJ of California. JmiicUrj-Tiicker of Virginia. Ham- mond of .Georgia, Cnlhersoa of Collins of Massachusetts, Senay of Ohio, of Alabama, of Kodgers .f Arkaniaf, Bennett of Norlh Carolina K B. Taylor of Ohio, Parker York, of UaBsaohnietls. Hepburn of Iowa. Stewart of Vermont. CalwellofMassacbllsslls. Currency -CurlUof Miller of Texas, Csndler of Georgit. Wilkins of Ohio, Arnot of New "York, Snyd.r of West Virginia. Howard of Indiana. Button of Ulisouri. n.ngley of Maine, Brum of Pennsylvania, Adams of Illinois. Brady of Sew York, ood- of Missouri, Aiken of Houth Carolina, Green of Norlh Caro- Michigan. Frederick of Iowa Davlclnon ot California, buhl- asok.rof New York. Morran of Glass of Tennessee. While of Mln- aeBolB, Funstan of Kantna, Price of Wis- consin, (lines of New Jersey, Piero. of Hhort. Island, Sirinbnrne of N.w N ork, Affnlrs-BragK of Wlicpnsln, Wheeler of Alabama, Wllford of New York, Ermentrout of Pennsylvania.Dar- White and Black. Ohio. January 7.-There IsBrcat exolteiiient among the residents on Urownell thoroughfare which penetrates the best residen.e part of city, over the marriage of Miss Ina Mor- ion and a colored naruer. Tbe fgllowlng facts have been ascertained The Morton family moved from Se- vllle Ohio, to Clevclnnd three years ago and opened a hoarding house near Ihe llollanden hotel. Two colored domes- tics were employed, one or whom Is at present with ibe family. I girls had two lirngl! nnd Barber, both of whom were tonaorlal artists. Berber is a c.dored Adonla. and II Iranfplres thsl his nflectiotiB were rapidly trans- ferred from the servant lo hel wlilte mlstreBB. and Miss Ina did not seem to be adverse to I lie same. Clandi-stlns meetings were frequent, the colored girl ncllngns go-uelween, and on Wednes- day afternoon Barhrr's colored chum, UracK, procured a marriage license for him, and Mr. Augustus Barber wai united In n.airiaKo to Miss Ina Morion, at thi residence of Rev. Gasseway, tor of Ihe African Meihodiat Ep-scopul Church, on Erie street, Wednesday af- ternoon, nnd took Ihe train for tlie east. Recorder's Court. Matta, drunk and disorderly, plumbers ore happy. San Antonio drilled ut tbelr armory last night. degn-eswns Ibe lowest rejilsli-a- tlon of Ihe llierniouieler last nlKlil. A saloon In tovn Ims a sign plared on one Its door pobtc. "buoti uiltd liere." Bireel work on Sonlb 1 lores street the ever BCCB In San An- lonio' was scarce on Ihe pla7.s mar- ket this mornlnp, and the prices were seven stories high. thermometer bus gone into win- ter with the merimry Hie bottom ofthe glass. pound parly will be given ai the residence of Mr. WillUm Oincna In the Flrsi Ward, next Weilnemlay night -TheAranim Hallway U receiving freight and na far a> Kloresvllle snd Intermedia u i.omls. Uaily dtparture uf trains al a. G. Tliomai.or theThomai llonso, Indue .I B Pollv, John K MoMullen, Coiiaty Clerk, .lo'lm McDnnlel, a stnck- man, anil W. J. l.o.-k, came up on the KloresvUle train last evening. _Whv was not HID Vance will case tried In the Connly Courtroom? Judge Noonan couli' then have gone on with the regular business of the Dlsir u' Court, which is now belnguimereifarlly delayed -An accident occurred aflhe Uepol esrly this mpinlng. 1 hi ag ncr, a workman employed in the fell from a tank at HJB b as Jnd broke his arm and leg and was badly shaken up. No blame can he attached to the railway company. 11 ouieliKlu Iho cnineily. r.irmmidi will coiiclmlu ivlin I no SCENES IN A SCHOOL. .......Clilmiuii'i-s "FACES "EVERY ....GlilicrtSnrony ......Harry Mnenrlhr DON'TfGO TO Wolf Marx who will please the tastes of all. wo w Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats ___ ._ rti-nr to Texas, ami om- Hi, atook of Fall and" Winter. Uothlnij Is the Iiirewl FUBNITURB AND CARPETS. n Main. Plaza and Acequia Street Bwknowninmysojtiriofpwotice. OrK i i----- of South Carolina. Fiiutlay nf Fand, Viele of New York. Anrtenoa of Ohio Sleele of Indiana. Land ol Na- hraska. MoCutcheon of Michigan Hank f Tennessee, Ntgley of Pennsylvania, Carr of Wyoming. ro3toffloes and poBtroadj-Blount of Georgia, Ward of Indiana, Klgei of Illi- nois Taylor of Tenneekee, Jonei of Teiis. Dickery of Indiana, Warner of Ohio, Merriman o( New York. Barry of Mitsis'ippl, Bingham of Pennsylvania. Wakefield of rfinneiotj. Burroughs cf Michigan, Ounther of Wlrconsin, Mil- lard of New Vork, Peters or Carnie or Utah. Indian Affalrs-Wfllboro of Texas Pe.le of Skin.er of Nerth enroll, a, -torm Felix Campbell or New York. TUle or Illi- ioiiri. Allen of Mississippi, Ward of II- llnoli. Doclnr noetorlno, Some doctors love to prescribe long voyages for very debilitated and falling patients, jusi to them out of the way, and not have die on their hands. Last we.k the doetor told a poor fellow who osn't raise money to bay a hat, that he ought to go to Europe. Better tell euoh a man to keep near home and use Brown's Iron Blttere. Dr Mynrs, of FalrHeld, Iowa, has tried It extensively among his patients, lie Lino lined Henry Beck, oarryinc a pistol, Honico QnintTO, drunk and disorder- Iv, lined F. Wngenfnlir, keeping a vlciotn dog, dlGUlBXlme--ei. drunk on street, ills- W. Green, beatlnt and strlkine, violating market ordi- nance, continued. Susan Cumbrey, insulting lansiiagt, fined Written tor thi.- LixlH- A New Year's Carol. ntcsrcctnLllly dedicated to the San Antonio, by Hurry Macarlhr, Comcillun.l All hall! all hail! to this New Years Let our voioeB in harmony slag- Farewell lo the year psssed away, And our than- s for the goon it (JW Let aorrowi. our trouble, and caref, Like the old year be thus laid away, I i ___. rtrMVPTK We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. Battle of New Orleans. To-day is the anniversary ofthe bat- UeofXtw Orleans, and Is a legs! holi- day in Louisiana. The day is known nl day throughout ths country, celebrated in style by The Officers Say. OIHeereChadwell nnd Uennett request the LIGHT to slate lhat Mfisrs. Meyers ft O'Brien'ii itatrment that Ihe two women. Gardner and Howard. not arrested In Ihelr house Is false. 1 hey. Cbxdwell and Bennelt, wlio mads the arrest, maintain the women were ar- rested there. ___ _____ SPECIALlMPORTATIONS TOV-------- -FOH TBK L.1K6 tne oiu uc And mingle our blessings nnd prayers That we've lived to see this Ne All ha'l" all'hkil! to this New Totue jovs and pleasurfs'twlll brine; All hall! ail hail! lo this New Year's Let our voices in harmony All hail! all hall I to this hew Y Novelet each man reflect on the past, And try to live in a belter way. And improve on the good of Ihe last. And thus year by year, from youth If from our hearts we will We need not fear to atep off the stage When our final New Year's day All 'luSn8tall ball! to Hill New Year's Let our voices In harmony sing Farewell to Ihe Tear passed away. And our thanks for Iho good 11 did bring. flrst-claKB dealer A Black Eye. Meiirs. Green Paige went into a littlf isloon west of the San Pedro Isst night to get a drink, found the bar- keeper asleep sod awoke him and began har-keeper be- came angry, trie.! to put the men oat and recelTcd a black eye for Ins trouble. Green na. arrested for beating and striking him. bm Ihe Recorder ills- rained the ca e this morning. A Vicious Dog. Mr. F. WaKtnmhr. who lives on Avenue C, Third Ward, was before the Recorder this morning for keeping a vicious dog. Mr. Wagenfnhr proved the doK.alitlle white spotted lice, did not belcnK to hlui. although it stayed about hi! home. It bit two little glrls.dausjn- teriora Mr. Clark. Policemnn hm th was ordered to kill it to-day, and llns order no doubt hss been curried out ere thii. Fashion Theartra. The Fashion Theatre la presenting a very excoptlonM bill this week, so far as It, attractiveness is concerned. The main features ot the entertainment are th. wonderful and original performance of Yaiso, the Japanese jngeler; the o ever iketch artists, Johnny- and Lottie Burton- the grotesque and highly artistic impersonation, of'Gilbert Barony; he Onera ever-freih Harry Manarlhy, anil he pleasant voeallBm, of His. lad MIM Cad BlMWBi. Dress Mi, Silts Satins and YeMs, Sill, Lisle TlueaM Cotton Gloats aid f rajs of all Ms. I Kid toes, Hantakiefs, fan. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc, Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. _____ Garden- A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BYoSTEAM .THROUGHOUT. FREE CONCERTS Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, and a Special Free Concert Every Sunday, from 4 to I 1 p. m. First-Class Bar-Room, Restaurant and Billiard-Room I" PTIOMPT AND POUTB ATTENTION I'. Alamo A.V.V..IU,   

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