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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 11, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             Jobbers In Gisarc end Tobacco STATS AOf.NT.i OP THE A. DBLP1T Fmctory, New Orleans. Will ia Tew days San Antonio Daily Light L, M, du QUESNAY, JR, CO, CiarsaiiWcco M Factory Prices, 3 CoiierM, A FULL LIKE OF jud fNVlTE INSPECTION. 317. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 1 I 1886. Only a. Year.. PILTHT LUCRE. It Is the Root of I Doubt, THE MOVING. I After to-day Hie LIGHT olllce will be Without fOHnd nt Mo. -1 Kim Coiumenw Mri'i-l, in 1 the room lately occupied by II- 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 Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Bats, Etc. _ 'Come to see and be convinced that we mean what we JOSKE BROTHERS. Kalteyer, President OttoKoehler, Sec. arnlManager. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. TO ARRIVE 11 One (Jar Upholstered Goods, new Btyien, very HUP. One cnr Chamber Suits JloveWoR from Grand Rapids, unique and elegant in and tlniuh. One car Clieup Furniture, from boat innkera. Erastus Reed see those small of dirt upon this remarked Dr. Menger to a I-touT reporter this morning. -'This coin been teo long in circulation, and all these Incrustations on Ihe surfarce of coins In the depressions bi'- tween the lunges, nolhlng but mioro-erganisma algae and bacteria. Sir. Kelntch.ofKrl.ngen, has lately s wllcil this subject, and bla investigations have tnuraced the copper, silver and gold coins ol all the states In Europe. If you take a needle and scrape off thU ln- orusted formation, and placing It in dlB- tllled Water, and then place U under the mleroBcope yon will at onoe see thai ibis U true. Here arc some speulmonB, remaiked the doelor, and he Invited the scribe to look through his microscope. The appearance was qultentartling. the minute apecksreveated under the strong magnittoatlou fragments of textile tibres granules, wbUi Ur Vion- utr snid were composed of starch, w heal Slid cellular algae. The power waB then Inorested and numeroua apola which were In a mate of naive motion, nnd here and there could be seen elonga- ted dr rod shaped BpeeimenB.wliloh nndB peculiar oscillating motion. Ihcse, the Doeior Infurmed the LIGHT rupuiler, "ere what wtre called vlbiio aintiliuiu and' Kloblllar forms of uilur.icoccolu Kesuming hla the Doctor said lhat Mr. Renlech de- clared that bacilli are nlinoBi nlwavs upon copper, gold and coins The algae or water plums are bae'lerlB enlv. In addition theinornsta- tloiiB upon are runnel to contsin IB not only observablo on silver coins, but the same has been dlicovered on paper money, on wbleh lo the naked eye. appear To a oleari and umittered surface. 1'he vegetation on paper inynBj aeeordlng to the reeearol.es ol r. RenUch, consist of the following Ihenamtsof are long, hnt I do not know how to popularise Ihe aolen- "irlo names so as to render them IntellI- glble lo Ihe Hiipcidntillc render: Ural, (various lurnw.) Lep- totlirlx (fneoles.) rtaccharomyob. Cere- uus Moneurum. 'I'hla subject is a liiteraillDE and also aerlons one as II es- tablishes without doubt that lilthy lucre la a fertile agent for the of con- PENOE GUTTING, The County Judge's Views on the Road Question. The County Judge submitted Hie fol- lowing communication to the County Commlsslonera this morning at the opening of the January session: lliin. Ciiunlj- LMiiiinHsluiiens Omit: Oentlomeii-l dealre lo call your at- tention to the condition of several coun- ty nmdB, and parlluulurly to the Sointr- het. llibcuuk, Scgnln nnd Cnlubra rrmil'. All of said rimds, I am Informed, have b.'i'it obsuncicd by land owners, uy utiil complaints Imvo bwn mnilu Hlruost dully of aueli obBttuolions. In UBB.M Ihu legally laid out roads hnvi: h.-on nbBolululy blocked by fencing ucrofs ilieiu; Inol'.ers changed by land owners without authority. I ravel bus b-en greailv to the manlfei 1 injury of our In most of time 1 the great iilflloulty has been tho i liiran pastures, pitrlly within the oor- ...........____ i poratu limits of tfia city Antonio. to new qnnrters 1ms teen made In orrtor road when notified of such ubBImotions, but hvl no uulhorltv to thus aot when within the oily limits, but ruO-rred tiic complninlng 10 (he oily anlhorilles. The Uabuuok road linn within the city lliulia Slayur UavluK been Informed, has taken atopa, I niu In- lisnlwarc dealer, where ihellivet nfthat bnildniK will allow tho paper to null we tue importance It earuen. The second floor will occupied by in which also will Lc un cdltori'il ;rooni, nnd one for th" use of reporters. 'I be n .or wll.....de voted to the manner, tor  eatahlifh- mont in oryVr lllnt Ihere will never be any delays, In the way of accidents, In Ihe delivery of Ihe paper to Us patrons, nnd mike the I.initT what It purports tolje, M newspaper .in fai-t, and a paper fur ilia people. ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS. ........NEW FACES TO-NIGHT....................1-V MR.HMBSMHIJMISSUZZIBSHELTOH.IMBSAMSTAIIWTOD, Vj CuinpiUim. ymibrclto urnl 12 and 13. l> IwrrtlvllKlHCU wi" I'icmlcr ArtMs. KU -BURTONS-a-Johnny and Lottie. "ou'sa'dcTnot circulate like money, nnd it ia of great importance to public tiy- 'Jienr thBat this fact should be Mr. ItenUch ilceroe it prudent t at lo tiineR nf epidemic, such ae Boiull-pox, utc. colna Itat have become coated long a circulation should be bv being Lolled in an alkaline Bolutlon. The reporter left the Doctor and the subject jubilant, feeling that all ni'wsim- meii were involuntary philanthro- from the fact of It being Impossible Fc pta ro For them lo spreail or catch any con- aes, the idea of tbeir re- paving away money being p. 3IMUANO. A. HAMVKi. FUh and Game. Cafe Restaurants And At.......... Bcholz'. Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. Everything served In Wrloon stance of the apetbegm that tbe root of all eTil." The Blzzard. -A negro nnmeil Mitchell, died iliii morning In Ihu Third Ward on Livr Ouk street. Wanted-A whitii girl as nurse arid chambermaid. Mrs. F. L. Talcoti. -No. 702 San Pedro Avenue. 1-ll-Jt Sirs Professor Ualbedl uclebnitrd her natal annlvur-.ry yeslerdsy, enter- taining n select party of friends. fine Newfoundland dog was run over on Avenue U this morning by a very reckless driver In a buggy. _A Toung man In the nursery huel- ness Is soon to wed a young lady oflSau- di-ru. Ho popular iiiulor has it. Miss Lizzie tti-ed, a well-known and charming vmms lady "1 Hie heconil Ward, has iieen TndlM'oird several days, hut ia now convalescent. -Tun Imiiee of Adoli Sehmidi, on Sunih Lirudu atr.nl, was moved bodily (his mornliw. tielng carried some leel bai-kwanl from Its former position. Burkhurt murder trial, which wiissel for to-day, IIKS been reset for first ol Febrn.iry. the Vauoe wllleoi not yet being linlsheU In ilie DUlrlet Court. -Ju-llce Crawford bound a named Cuellar to keep the peace t his moraine, Hxlng his bond at He Slth sinking a boy over the head wilh a quirt. viblis are mid to beofn.ro occurrence, but they are quite In San Antonio. Tbe latest weighs OJ pounds, unto Mrs. W. M. O'Brien from Pleaasnioa, at the residence of hsr father, Colonel J. MorrlBon. IJCUH liua innbii ,--1 lormeil. to open the same 1 ho _ road having been changed In 1881, no objection had heretofore uec-n made, anil said road aa changed used by the public to within a few weeks, when Mr. James blocked said rond entirely by fenclnif. 1 Instructed the roud over- scei to reiniivooi'SlruolloiiB, but us It is claimed by >lr. Hint this fence Is wlihliitlwoUy limits. I had no author- In to ordar lis reiuovul, no streets hav- ing been laid out by the clly uf yet lo uonnect with laid rosd. The bmnerfet road, an old and long estnblijlied road, WBB by a late order of the court changed. Afler anon change Meiaia. -Withers, T'errcll and others erectnl over the o d rond, rnuloslnjt inrgr bulliesol land In and out nf Hir oily I otmnge Ims tausti! fin-nl dissatisfaction wlin n liirRi- oi our utllzeus using ailil r.mil and nee said change bnv intbicvl "ii the old road, claiming lhal 8Kld change not loual, 11 being longer and ever Bwiunpy lands. The Culebra road has been laid out at great expense to the county, but from reports received dors not give satisfaction. I most "spect- rally suggest that your houorablo umly make a nor.onal Inspeollon of tin said rond and devise ways means to give The_Ey_er_Pop.u.la': ...............Mliss _Cad Blosaon SHELTON! iH-irlt.'liliiy ofgragi nnj roorlt. "FJist t MR. JAMES NEARY1 In III, orlk.....1 nf ilnlnn Irish Sonira ami In Motto Songs MISS SUSIE STOKES MISS ADA STANW0OD1 ovuifruKH .in. THE RIDICULOUS! UVKII'L'UUK.. __ In Popular Songs _ Set-rrJ-CrjiTic Gems Miss CAD BLOSSOM Mlas Susie Stokes 'HARRY0' MAC ARTHY, ifinli. St-nlch. Dutch nnU Ohio Politics. This Establishment Is now Replete war, AH cue Novelties tor the .Fall and Winter Seaaon. Fall and Winter" Silks and Satins to Bull all Dress 1 to Bull all Dress Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. 0 -'-aSK Fall and Winter Millinery rtHini? present throughout Illinois, K.usas, Nebraska, Dakota ...J Minnesota, Is declared to be of wider eitem more fteree in tlian known before in years. All Wesltrn twins are time. In and abandoned, and very llt- tfecanbe learned concerning them, or 6f the of the storm. owinB to the blowing down of telegraph wirei and poles the ilopp.ue of telegraphic iSmmiinleiUlon. Tbe temperature In ifukota is to be from 30 to 40 de- grees below zero, with a wild blizzard blowing. Atelegnufrom Kargo lays tie thermometer registered Y, degrees it noon yesterday. It was de- iirlbed as tbe roughest experience tbat fhe oliT yet in the way of terous weltber. Bl.ps.rok reports a liirh wind, with the thermometer 3a iow A high wind is prevailing at Sioux City IB -JO degrees Stow Omaha registers iMdegrees "ow. TeHgrapni. eommnnicalion vltb Omiht been out off nearly all A telegr.m from Des Mplnei, Uis the cold wave continues there with "gl. wind drifting snow Through Uiins west of.theie are blocked, and branah roads are slowed nnder. Obi- and Burlington Bre ituck im in the anow atout 16 mflei aoutb of Pel Uolnes. The W.bash rosd south from thU olty Is badly drifted. The Fort Dodge tbe Narrow-Guage roads have be.B abandoned A snow- preralled throughout Illinois all day, but the bad weather hai act been severe so far. It IB growing colder with all the roads to Omaha reported practically blockaded in cen- tral iewa. COLUJtnua, O., January O.-The Com- mittee on Privileges Eleollons of the House of Representatives, which hat been making an examination of the eleotlon returns in Hamilton county, made a report to the House yesterday, there majority and mlnorily re- port. The majority report reviewed the work of the committee 'at length and submitted n resolution.recemaaemllng that all the vote of precinct A, Fourth Ward, Cincinnati, be thrown out. which would enlitlB all but one of the Repub- lican candidates for Representatives to theii seats. The resolution also declared ihe Democratic mcnirx-rs, with the ex- ception of Mr. liutterneld, not omilled lo their seats. The minority report recommended that the committee be'given power to make a thorough invest Igation of all the The majority report wllh tho resolu- tion was received anil a vote, tak n on Its ndoption. Two Hepublluan mombcra voted againil the resolution unsealing the members. Afierthe resolution had been declared adopted, a point of order was raised tint one than a majorliy of members elected lo the I.oglsliitiire had voted fur the resolution. After ex- amininiithe rule, the speaker chanaed his decision ami declared the resolution not admiied. The whole subject was then recommitted to the Committee on nml KlBCilons The Utah Bill. We must bave reads, and private In- terest mini give way 10 public neces- sity. It is of vital Importance to eur citizens lhat our public roads he free and unobstructed; that suoli rondi as may bo necessary be opened togivoenij and direct communication with the count? site. suggent that a eom- mltteu be appointed lo confer wllh Ibe oily iinihorltiua In reference to the open- ing of Buohsironl as may be found nno- cssary to connect with uuunty ronds. These ronil questions are the moll important qu.stion coming before you, and nt the same lime the most troublesome and thankless. All want good roads, provided they run over their nelghb .r'i land, but Uv any ono road over their own land, then it Is a great outrage and shame You ounnot pUsuse everybody, but do what Is to the bunellt of the people at IUIKC even If private Interest mult suf- fer Each rmnmlBiloiwr hua the up- pointment of road overseers of his pre- clnot. and by giving hli personal attend- ance to Iho roads therein, much nan be eftcclcd and complaints reme- C. County .I uiUe. In pursuance of tho above, the County Couiinlsaloners deulded to confer with the Mayor and City Council at tue next meeting of that body. Th MIE _____ STANWOOP Popular, -_ UZZl of I Oth Century, Producing rnoro Original and Dlffl- Mlt. SWAN................. 1'tilllii Slnttorj-............. OUo OniHscmlro onclmiri wilh Jolin inirnni CONPUSiONS! 'piiior cliaraclers ity FACES EVERY ......IO1IN IIUIITON .....Anulo Uowiird I.ttttte nurlon DON'T 4- GO -------TO------- Wolf Marx' mere, Flannels, BMets? Linens, Cotton Goods, Crook and Indian Affairs, III. stock of Fall _ brakes, In ten A verr." 'fuTl" Clothing, Boots AND CARPETS WOLFSON. Main Plaza and Acoquia Street VVisnuiGTON, Jacuary 8.-Sennlor Van WycV, Reprtaentative Dorsey, of Nebraska, Cdrr, of Wyoming, am! Major I.lewelly, lately agent for the Metcalero Indians, oslled upon the President to-day. In reference to his re- perted purpose to remove General Crook from the command of troops operating against the Apaches. They represented that much anxiety had been created ia the west by the report, where General CrooV wia held in high appreciatltiB. -The President admirablv of Gen- iril Crook, and assured ihe visitors that no si-rleus purpose of temevlng him uad bees entertained. He said should have all he wa' the whole army If quell the dlBturbancea, protect Ihe lettler. and punish Ike laTagea. He (the I'r- sident) determined that these objeoteshould aeoonipllihed. The then called upon General Sheridan In refer- ence to the subject, and were re- eeived by him M by the President anil told lhat General reaioval was not contepiplated. ____ i Horse for A Bay hone, good size, nuund aid gentle under saddle or In harnew. ible fe-r builaew or faoilly UM. Can IM at the. Caloatlen I.uDiber Yard, west Sunset WAIIIISOTOX. O.-The bill, aa it passed the Senate yesterday, is iiibatHiitlnUy as reported back from thn commiltce, and as published in the morning pap rs of Deccmoer -22. I he only chinge consecjuence is the add tlonofaBectiun, providing that marrl- aizes iieiween persons within the fourth deeret of consanguinity, but not includ- Ihit degree, shall lie deemed Incest and punished us such. rUtlrwd. The Sunday Question. Ilev. W. U. Preston, paitor of Ihe Cumberland Presbyterian Church yes- terday morning began a ieries of ser- mons upon the Sunday question. His tint subject was the "History of thi; Sabbath." shewing why the llrst day of the week ls held sacred ny ChrlbtianB In- stead tbe seventh. He handled his ii'biect wilh great eaie, and held a large congregation greatly to last. The BrlghUH HolMiy. Is Chrialtima, Xew Vear. Fouilh of July, or jour birth day, make the moil of It, and have a good time. You tfan't do thli Ifyonr blooi. is Impov- erished, or your digestion poor, nnt by making rood of Brown's Iron Bit- lers-the best tonln Ini tue whole physical syitem will be in such condition that holiday will be a joy and a blessing: Mr. I. n. Smith, dherllfof Efflngham county, Ga gained prmnda and wMenred of dyspepsia by using Drown'i Iron Blttera. -The only cigarette! which do not itlok to the llp< are Opera His Civil Docket. .Justice Anton Adam tailed over his civil docket this morning, consisting of 50 esses, whch were let for trial snfl continued, except the following oases: T C Froit vs. E. !I. Hteward, ct. al., suit on note for Judgment for PlEn JflCarothrr8 vs. Hiram Hoyt Bull on account for Judgment for plaln- Enianual Abrahams, vs.William Craft, suit on draft for Judgment for P Emanual Abrahams vs. J. W. Kolling-, suit on drift for Judgment for plCharle's Ilummrl A Son vs. William Schmidt, suit on sworn account for J21.75. Judgmtnt for pUlntlff. F.manuel Abrahams vs. J. Watt, suit sworn account for Judgment Eraanuel Abrahams Giesler, suit on sworn account for Judgment "Koiiinnar Abrahams vs. Ed. Korn- rumpfT, suit on sworn accouni for Judgment for plalnlifl. William Iloeming Arthur llrne- seoke. suit on note for Judgment Frommer vs. M. M- Mooney.suit on sworn account, 90. Judgment II F. Faust vs. Mary Thomassen et. al.. suit on account for Judgment t0JacobnHeh'uehle vs. Henry l.urobsrger. Sr, suit on aworn account for JGJ.So Judgment for plslntlfi. vs. John Eokferd. suit on note, Judgment for 11 Georre Koernir Co vs. Otto Hett- rnanfberger, suit on sworn accsunt, Judcment for plaintiff. Polk A Granger TS. 8. Graham Watts, suit Judgment for plain- tiff. 11' YOU WANT- We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn. Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIALlMPORTATIONS -FOR THU- Lauies, Misses, ChilUnai. fine Dress Sills, Satins flajuf alUlite. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc. Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. Fire Company No. 1. The following are the officers of this compiny.wlth those appointed by Fore- man Schrelner, for the ensuing year: Assistant inan, H. Collmann. Secretary, Alf G. Subild. Treasurer, P. ICrlsch. Finatiue Committee, Joe Mcamltt. K. R. Assistant Engineer, Christ StoVer, William EcKenrolh. Director. John lllg: Assistant Directors, il. Eokearoth, Tea Mur- jadroyd, G. Eckeoroth.. Pipe.Diieeton, Jehn Heltgen: aat F. KrlBch, Jr., Charles Sehrelner, T. K. Dougherty, E. Meager. Police Captain, A. P. Assist- ants, W. Hemohkfl, H. Inielmann, h. Fire Flrat Ward, Dan Heder: Hecoml Ward, John Ilellgen; Fourth Ward, Joe Schmllt. Bell K lager, Kraus. 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 1 1 p. m. First-Class Bar-Roam, ResUurant and Billiard-Room Mliched. PROMPT AND POLITE ATi'KNTIOr? GUARAKTEKD. Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas,   

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