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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 9, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             CROSS mm. ,-p CROSSfHISEY. HARRY BAUM CO. Volume 316. ily Light CROSS f mini, CROSS IHISIIT, RED CROSS WBMEY. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, HARRY BAUM GO. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. IT SALE 1 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 great reductions in all our departments, and are: offering Bargains to all those in need of any- thing in Dry Gocds, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc. and be convinced that we me in what we to see ti-e. JOSKE BROTHERS. Ceo. H, Kalteyor, President OlloKoeWor, Sec. amj_ Brewing SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. K. SIMMANti HJMPKI. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS, Rokml Reed at Turner Hall To- Niglit find To-Morrow. Fashion Theatre Notes-Local Theatrical Topics-Coming a Farmei's etc. in the City ot Mexico, vliere the opened on tho 20th, her sun- j been grcal. This great n.neeti f comedy bus a large repertoire, in- lining MTIe Nltouohe, Lili, Femme a Nlnlche, La Koiuuntte, I .a l.es Chnrbonnlera, l.e Grnml jnxlinur, Ulvorcons, l.n Urande Uucli- esse, l.n Vie 1'arlsk'line, La lei e llclene, I.H Ferlubolu, Mine. ,'Afchlduo, Ln Jolio I'erfiinictiso. Tom Keene was stricken wltli puruly- sla in KutiBEB City a few days ago. He is Improving, but it is doubtful when ho will again tread the boards. Kolanri Ueeu Ills tboufaniltn re- prcseulafion of -Cheek" a fnw. nights ago. The cvenl occurred nt Oalvcsmn. I can Blng in three languages, re- niark-d a young fop lo a 'society belle. I kiii-w a tjei.lletiiim who slugs in nine, but I never heard him sing anything worth bearing, wasihecru lilng retort. Jnini-s O'Neill, wuo plnjed here hist week, intends, next season, In play -Hnmltit" nnd altcrnntu It wit i "Monti; Crislo." as Feebler did. It is rumored that tllss Lnura lli-lllnl, the charming soprano nftliu Kiiima Ab- bott Opera Company, will "6lar" next season. Business Failures. SKW YonK. imn.nry 1 ures throughout the country fur the week numbered 3M, (ho lurgetl nggre- Kate for any week during the last vcar. The cuBiinlUlcs ureexceptlonnlly n.....cr- oiis In ihe southern slnin. Negro Eiodus. Tonn.. Jannarv I Another large party ofnenroes, numbi-r- Ing A STROKE OF ECONOMY, Young Man Months on Living Three a Nickel. Only One Case Out of Hundreds of Mysterious Existence-Free Lunch Philanthropists. FASHION SIMMS SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS Oysters, Fish and Gajne. Cafe Restaurants Scholz'a Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. anil Mealn at all hours. Follte waiters In att.....Inner. pSHIQH. THIS is row with All tne NovelUes for the Fall anrt Winter SeoRon. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins to Bilil all Hreas On dlt that the new opera-bouse ar- rangements will be complelcd by next week. When is that inlni'tral performance of the San Anionio Illucs Kolng lo take phid-V Sarouy, at thu Fashion, conlrl imper- sonate Oscar Wilde tn porfeotion. lllsbRJBweletl hlgbuesn, the Diamond King, reminds ;one somewhat of Thoin- BS Keeno, the trujjeillaii. When we have ttie new opera lion MI and new stage, imperial Oicsur will no longer need lo feat hls'tiugnsl pevaon- uge en a dry-goods box. Professor Harbour, while Usu-liing to the music al Scholz's Gar- den "there's a -largo' mOTCinent. "I'm glad of thai." replied his compan- ion. "Til take a schooner." "The Arausns Pass Jlnrch." arranged by U. l.oll, is the favorite local I'ouipcsiiion jiut now. .rmm Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. for uannul he und Fall and -Winter Millinery o Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes and Mats FURNITURE AND CARPETS. .nraituvo D-wnu-n, ojhlr a Ii wo ilijl I I uii i -iri 5'nf J" t Cariiela. Mauinir. L. WOLFSQN. Main Plaza and Acequia Street A yonnK man on Han I'.'ilro Avenue WIIB I'uuud yi-sterday afternoon on ihc tlour of his chamber In an unconscious condition. A. doctor wns called in who administered restoratives. After care- fill InvMtiKutlou it discovered lie Inul been Usieninglo Ilia slsti-r's music lesson. f T. K. Johnson ia "a ptemier banjoist. A young lady on Aoeqtiiii street will shortly have a home wlih a Itoiul. u this seems remarkable the gen- tleman Kb out The Turner Improves every time one hears II. The encomiums they have received from various visit- ing troupes are not entirely undeserved. The Fashion Tueatre management have several startling altrnotions in store for early dates. The next at r cfloti al Turner Opera House will be -Only a Farmer's Daugh- ter wiili M'ss BliinctioCiirusae, who is reputably the meal womiui on tlu- stage, In the title role. following in quick succession will be linker Wilson's Min- strels, Milton NoblfS, Nat Goodwin. Madame JiiiniBf.bek, Clnra I.onise Kel- logg, and others. A good many people were disappointed Inst evening at not seeing llolawl Reed. The versatile and clever Imperionninr of and Humbug" did not arrive In (he oily until Inte last evening, owing 10 a delayed train, caused by me incle- mency of tlie weather. IIIK several hundrod, thnrtiKli huro vosterday eu route to Kansns I In; exodus of negroes from tlie fmili .-mil westlBbl'Kinnlngin the aontli mnih an rxlrni l" cause cmn'iient. Bonds and Bills Found. BOSTON, Jnmuiry state dflic- .tlve, arrived from Rutland this morning with the valises coniHiiiltiK tlie i prnperly stolen from ibv Ijiniuist. r a- tionnl hank by fn-siileni McNeil, which j I 1m luiind secreted nt Tinuinulti jester- dav. One bug vvus found to conlalri S5U (XX) In interest bearing bonds of the West Itutland .Mnrlile Company, ami a quantity ol bond ccrlltloMea of the Wyoming Beef Company and Low Cut- tle Company. In Iho were nearly In bank bills. Additional Committees. WASHISIITOS, .lannnry the Commiltens of the House not neu(  ho or B ti-r ccnu per annum, wlifch note IB ilau-n tbcZWh Ills of October. IKS, man, Is due at la laomlis dale. Ami Wliert-aa. the saiil U Franks, IUKI it, J. Vrai have mano-rtefanlt In the 'n' of prlnclptil anil intcreBt, and Mrs. t-arollno chupuiaii. the. Eftld note. Ims Ucraandeil that I Special lo Artists. One nrilwIlnestMrtnlilisliinitntl tliat San An- lonin if not Texas, cun lioast of is llio Art aiilteVy of C. II. llncller. at strert Hero can iw hail nrllsl's ami (tranglil- mnUTliiK of both iloinealiu am! lui- IKirted kinds. KngrnvlliKS. clirnuuK aial Mainline union Imnil in an I'loliirc rmiucs, mouliHiiKB inul [ii.norinls for fresco unit simi paintfnir In vnnctlcs. China dMOrntloiw mill n.ulci-Iiil Kn-wax tlmj- crs in u hiree .Mr. .Mueller rc- cclvi'Sillrectfroni oils uiKl (.tlic-r iiialcrliil in tliiil line, us lvi-11 as ivlmlow itlnss and llneiloinMtlc nnd lin- deconitivc wall arc spoclijltles in his ostablishinunt. euro For Piles, -s arc frequently prcciilcil li} a sense'of I of Itoakann's 1-lle ncmcdy, wliicli itcu fllrrctly llie affcctdl. alisorbhnr the illai'lnx tlie Intense ItcWny, am! circling a i.orinnncnl AII urn cure IMce. 50 ccnld. tlm llr. Ilos- Vr J M" Norrls. an olil resident of Home, ,.ano MoriLcine Company, I'lqun, Onto, holil HVat lie hail badly I.. FowK-r! It. Colin Co.. J. n. De- Jflilnoy Complii nt lor a irreai iaan> j jour.s in..I hiveiiln lor llnjl! al __ JOHN F. San Antonio, Januars- S, ISFfi AnOldLiliicn SpeiMl. Frank I'almerly declsres he used lo go to I'lcht school with Roland Keed. I hat Mr. Fteed was p. studious youth there is every reason to believe, but tlieideti that Pulmerly ever consumed the "midnight oil" is too Mr. H. E.Wheelerrrcpresenting-'Only a Firmer-s with Miss IHnneueCurlisBe.Ihe handsomest woman in tbo world, is In losvn. She will ap- pear at Turner Opera House on the 17ih and ISlh ins ant. THE CHURCHES. Servicts at Ihe Second liaplist Church to-morrow: Snndny school at a. m.; preaching at and at p. m. Sub- lect. "The Deliverance frnm the Power of Darkness." All arc cordially Invited to attend. Hev. J. W. pastor. To-morrow nt 1' a. ui.tbe pnstor of the Cumberland 1'resbyterian Church will begin n aeries of sermons on the Sunday question, to continue several Sabbaths. To-morrow the subject wili he "llie Historv of tlie showing why we use the first day of the week inslead of the seventh. Services also at p. m., and all are welcome. severity nf tin- storm, linwevnr. hus not been fell The Cold Wave. Sr. I-oi'is. Jnnnary cold wave i, :ii, i.n.vi.n. Ilincs could scarcely walb am...--...-- remedies without benefit, until ho Ixarn Inir Etecuio. B nil annol atlng li Is I ada feet 'with mioklen s Arnlcii biuie. trcatmenti affprilcd hlni frrtat relief ami he stronRly rccoinmonds Electric Hitters to al, Who siiScr with Kianoy Complaints or nt-eil a Bold iiy A-. Drclss. 3 W. T. i iiu.L-c.ile nml retail dealer (n KKlitnlng-rait. Will ilo work as cheap na tho clicaiunt. J-cayc 1 atNo.MAccxniin sired, Aia Antonio, l-.-lni TraAS ind Ornamdnla! Shrubbery. I ,rcV7ffl -A on.i a jtwiunn I ulnntA nnil InilhS. rlo vrcok wo licnril nuo of our fanners 0 I cnnld tako n fovr bottles ot Tonic anil no inlo a swamp eay: llrown'a where it wonkt uit ono your and hnvo very beat medicine over fftw to 1m I h cnro I (over, and plnnu niul tnilhs. Slower pois, olo. Rvory- UilTiK I" linoof BlinitiNjiy and for VlceornUvo tfardt-nhig. -iMl' anil prices at the W. I My stock (a vcvy very lovrufli. Como The Toilers. WiiJCKStumiK, Pu., January butions to the Nanttcoke relief fund ore ornlng from vnrio is sources. Ur.'nt in- tercut is being taken In the widows and orphans of the victims. Kmployees of the various mines In the vicinity have decided to each donate one day's pay to tho fund. This will alone realize The work of recovering the bodiesof tlie victim: goes slowly on. The quicksand eaiiBM (treat trouble, and a sudden fall of rock and culm may occur nt i.ny mo- ment. Bvery nun engaged In the ul- ternptcd Is deserving of the high- eat there la no telling nt what moment they tbeinielven may be buried from light. predicted hy the slcnn! service to sweep over lul< sfciiuu of comtry nnd extend totheliulfof Mexico, made Us appear- ance about midnight last night, in the shape of n enow storm. Thn tempera- ture was mild and the snow damp and heavy, but buforeiiiorning a high wind rose, the tempe.rftture fell rapidly, the snow ceased 10 Tall and to-day the storm turned Into a regular northern blimird. Tlie snow which fell lust night was swept Inlo drills, but none of them were of eerions oharacier The mercury continued to sink, and all outdoor na- ture put on ihegarb and appearance of, and was in reality, dread winter. Loco- motion was ililllculi and street trallle Impeded, but so far Ihere has been no eerlous detention to business, i he ther- momelerthls morning marked 10 above. To-ninhi II reads, r.ero to 5 below, according to location, and the wind sweeps through Ihe streets at velocity of frnin 25 lo ;tO miles an nunr. Ueports from nnmeroua Interior towns in Missouri, central and southern Illi- nois are of a uniform character, and note hieh winds and low temperature, but not much snow. Itntlroml travel has becnohslruoted in all directions, but so fiiraaU known ni this writing, there has been no serious damage In this htate, or east or south of here. The Omalnt division of the Wabasli Is blocked, and some of the branches of tho Missouri. Kansas and Texan, and Southwestern Kansas are seriously obstructed, but the line of tho road is In operation. Trains generally arc delayed from one lo three, hours on Missouri roads, eastern trains aro feeling the weather, but no ferlons dctensions have yet been experienced. The full force of tlicsiorm. It is said, has not been felt here yet, and additions! Intormntlon may be obtained later. UL1E IllCY Illll 11UL UUILIW "-J and I declined. Then the 'offers Slopped and I made upplioaiiuns, but nobody wanted me alter Innkmg me over and noting the anubbineiiR of mv -togs.' Fortunately I hail made a frlenii, a true friend, 08 he was a friend In need. He ii a man who bare.lr ekes out enough for his room rent and to puy lor an occasional scinare meal. He knew that I was bard up, ami so offered to shnro with me his humble quarters anil bed. But he. did not know how awfully lia-d lip I really was. and too oon- alilcrnte anil delicate to malie too dote inquiries to my financial Btnnil- Ihir 51y anlele of value had found Us'way to-my and my last niukel lay at the holtom of my poekcl. I bud pretty well learned the free lunch and (onnd that as good as it was for an impceuniona fellow, a little capi- ttd was and I hail goilen down to the small end. The (jncftion was. how lo gel the full beneiit of Ihe nickel? 1 atruwed up enough courage to ask toy room-mate If be eonld niaxa use of a cigar a day, and pay me n nickpl tor the aamt. He elevated his eyebrows, and whh generous dpllcacy riebore nuentioning, answered In the iiflirmaiive. Golnglnto saloon where a free-lunch was set would step up to Ihe bar and ask for a nickel cigar, and then carelessly walk to the lunch counter nnd eai nil I could, and then paes out unobserved if possible. J would then sell to the good Samaritan of doubtful social position, but of bi" heart, with whom 1 roomed. With fald nickel ano'lter snloon would be visited next day, and so around, each day the -free lunch racket was worked for all there was in It. Kor over three months that nickel did service in gelling me a lunch once a 
                            

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