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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 18, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             L.M. dnpSNAY.JR, JOUIIKHS IN Cigarc and Tobacco Ami StatO Agents Of A.DELPIT Factory, New Orleans. Will Receive fn days A FULL LINE OF GOODS, and INVITE INSPECTION. San Antonio Daily LM. MEWS pi llp At Factor j Prices 3 West Commerce, Volume 323. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY Only a Year. CLlllIK-OlT Sill! 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, Hats, Etc. to see and be convinced that we mean what we J08KE BROTHERS. THE MDEDEB TRIAL. advertise. Geo. H, Kalteyer, President Otto Koohler, Sec. and Manager. Brewing SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. One Car Upholstered'Goods, styles, vcr.v ''me. One   former occasion was brought out. Tho court Adjourned after henrlng McClellnn'B testimony, L'lio continuation of tho trlrvl of (.Hill Cook for tbo murder of Jnuies Kuaaell on December '20 WHS- attended Itili Ing by a large number of spectators. Mr, Jones was llrst called by the State to continue his testimony from the point wbcro ho was withdrawn on Sntnrdny, The defense objected to tLlp, nigulng they had a right to cross-examine the witness on the depositions already given and that tbe State hiul cut Itself off from examining the witness at tlmt juncture. TJio court sustained their objection and told the defense to proceed with their croES-examimitlon, the defense stating that It dhl not desire to crcBS-cxanilng, Jones again withdrawn. The next witness called was H very Intelligent on'- oroil boy, wlio gave hia evidence with- out hesitation, and despite the Ingenu- ity of cross-examination, whlcJ] ilr. M. G. Anderpon always dlaplaye, he was unable toBhakn tho witness in hla Etory of the fatal affair in any particular. His testimony wna as follows: Question How old are yon? L am going on 15. Q. Where do you live? 1 live with young Mr. titevchf, the did Ray to him walked up to tho edge of the gallery and she hnlloed out to him to lire. Q._Wlmtdlti ho do? Bliot four times; lliree times while I wasdrawlng the water and just as I stopped up on tho sidewalk ho again. far were you from Cook when he shot? 10 BtcpA, or further. (J.-Who did you ecu while tlmt was going on? saw Miss Carrie and Lily Gib- son standing in the pnrlor doAr. he stand In the same position all tho while the shots wore llrcilV Cook on the ouUtdo or tho in- sido of the gate? was standing on the gallery. far from the gale? DROPPED DEAD, Deputy Sheriff. W V. KIHMANU. A. IIAMPEL Qystare, Fleh and Game. Cafe Restaurants ............Antl At............ Bcholz'a Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. anil ttnals at nil hours. Follte waiters In Attendance. EvCT3'tlilng served in OF FASBHHL Thla Eatabltshmenf Is now Replete with All the Novelties fop the Foil and Winter Season. Fall and Winter Silks-and Satins Can be seen In Black and Colored, Plain and Brocaded. Cassimeres (black and Tricots, Diagonals, Serges; etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat- eens. Velvets find Velveteens in all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk Pongees, Dress Plaida in single and double widths, and ley-Trimmings to suit all Dress Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. He is now showing.tbe largest stock of Kid Gloves, Hits, Laces and Faney'Goods for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. Jn Silk Hosiery he has an endless variety and cannot be undersold. Fall -and Winter -Millinery All the latest Fall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets nnd ITats. Ostrich flumes, Tips, Ribbons and Trimmings will be found there. This department is nnder flrst-clasa artistes, who will please the tastes of all. Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, Towellngs, Domestic Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters. Canton Flan- nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively purchased by his agents was tho most magnificent stock of Dress Goods of all kinds ever Been in any dry goods house In Texas Especial attention was given to purchasing 1'all and Winter i silks, and can he also give tBe greatest bargains In Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats IIU itocV of Fall and Winter-Clothing la tho largest over Drought lo Texas, ami cm- lirnoci, In the latest patterns, Prince Alhort, Cutaway. Frock ana Sack Snils. A very large ana complete stock o( rallies', Mlsiea', Men's and Hoys' Bhoes and Boon. A full lino of Stotaon Sort BlitT Han AlKO a full slock of Gontlcincm's FurnifihEnR Goortj FURNITURE AND CARPETS iltiiro Department fa comnloto with HomchoW Orxxls, and ho will suit everybody Arapngotlior goods wo find Plush Parlor Sulti, Moliali- Parlor SiltU. Walnut and f SulH, Wanlrolwa, Chalre, nodv nrusscls and Ingrnni CarpoU, Huxa, Matting, Inflow Rio. Country onlors allcil promptly and eittlaractton guaranteed. L. WOLFSON. Main Plaza and Acequia Streat here were you Hying before yon lived with Mr. Stevens? I was living at Mly Who were you working for there? -I wns working for her. Wlmt were your duties there? A. T had to clean tho lamps and bring the nienlp, etc. Who else lived at that bouse? The women, there were six 1 be- lieve. Did any men live tbere? Xo air; Cllft' Cook was the only one; some came there and stayed every night. Q Had you been to bed that night? No sir. Do you remember tbe night there was gome shooting there? Yea sir. Q-rHow long was it? A A little over a month ago, I think. About what time did the shooting take place? About 3 o'clock. Did you see that man Ilusicll there? YBB sir. Did you see Jones there? A. Yes sir. Q Now go. on and state everything that you saw and heard, and everything that- was done from the time Jonee and Russell came there until the shooting took place? They came there, Jones and Hus- lell, and they eot some beer nnil they drank Borne In the parlor nnd then wcnc Into MIsB Lily Wall'd room. Kussell went In there and paid forabolile of beer. Did anyone else go in w'lh him? A Several of the girls, Carrie and Miss Lily and Miss Lily Gibson went in. there. What was done? A They went in there and drank some beer. Who opened it? A I opened it. How manybottlea, They drank two; he was drinking and he started off and had not paid her, Had not paid who? Lily Glbaon. was hlly Gibson. was in there. much did they pay her? cents. was the 45 cents put? hnd taken it in her hand. then? Jones paid her uO cents. were they at that time? were walking on the gallery nnd she commenced to call him names. commenced calling him names? Gibson. who names? Rassell names did she say? culled him a b----s of a Q -After that what took place? went Into din Cock's room and told him to bring a pistol out. Wherejwas KiisseH when she went Into this room? was walking on thai gallery, on that long walk. direction was he going? out to Ihe gale. were you standing? nt theftydrant. About 'JO stops from the gate. you sec Uusecll? could hardly see him. 1 could sen nnrt of him turning round. was he standing? In front of the gate, standing up the wall. 1 could not very good. took pluco then? were tbreo or four police- men came. did Cook ilo Immediately after the fourth shot- was llrcd? came out anil tooK the pistul away from hiui, and said glu.- Imil done the slionting. did Cook do then? wont Into tho house. part of tho hoHseV A.--In bur did she do? went walking along tlio gnl- lurv with thu pistol hanging down on her side. Q.--Old nnyonn Blioot but CIHVCook? A.---No, sir, 1 did not hear anybody else shoot. anyone wounded bronghi in after Hint? sir; Kuasell wa, brought in. long niter? About n few minutes. Who brought lilui in r policemen. long before was It before Cook came out iigain? A.-- lie cnino out after lliey brought the gcntleHinn there and Inld lilmdovrn. Conk cnuio out on the gallery, did Imsny? dirt not- hear him Bay anything. there inuoh noise or confusion about that time? the women wore running around there. yon see liuesell with any pls- lol there Hint night? sir; 1 did not know lie hnd a pistol. long had you seen Huseell In that room Hint night? lie wns in there about half JIM hour. Q Von say you were there waiting on him sir. yon see him with a pialol? sir; I did not know he hnd n pistol. that the man yon were talking about who did the llring that (pointing lo prisoner) night? Crosa-exnui ination: tj. You sny your business was lo hunt tin} bottled Leer? sir. It part of your business to oarry It Into the parlor when culled for? you carry any in that evening you speak of when Russell wns there in the parlor? carried one bottle In there to him when be wcnl into Misa Lily Wall's room. Who did you Ilnd In the pnrlor when you took that bottle of beer In? A.--M188 Carrie'waa tbere. else? A.-And Mies Lily Wall. else did yon say besides her wns in llie parlor? Carrie was In there. 1 don't remember what women wns in Ihere. were in tlie pnrlor when you carried in a bottle of beer. Carrie. not Mr. Russell in there? sir. lie was the one wlio or- dered beer with Mr. Jones. not Mr. Jones In tliero? sir. was ItiiEsell doing when you went In there? wns sitting down. Q believe you state he was drunk? was drinking. He was silting in a cnnlr. long dill you slay in Ihc par- lor? did not stay very til they drank the I went and washed the glasses. long do yon think they were drinking? About live minnlpfl. stated something n while ago about n pistol. Did you not see Russell have a pistol at the time you took in a bottle of beer? sir; I did not. I did not know he had a pistol. you see nny dillicully or hcnr Russell say or do anything with his piti- tol whan you weni into tne room of Lily Wall? Q while yon were in the pnrlor? sir; 1 did not. [To be Continued.] Sudd on Death of the Eldest Daughter of Secretary Bayard. WASHINGTON January 10. Slips llar- ard, eldest daughter of ScrreSnry Bay- ard, dropped dead at her home just ai she wts starting Tor Mies Cleveland's re- ception. As soon as the news readied tlio Whlto House, the reception was licnded. Mies Bayard had ncccpiril an Invita- tion to assist Miss Cleveland at her re- ceptijn this alternoon, and that lady and her guests, Mrs. Ulely and Miss Love, who were also to nsalBt nt the re- ocpllon, was awaiting Miss llaynrd's ar- rival when they received newa of her death. It was lust ahout live minutes to 3 o'clock, and the reception was to be- gin at that hour. Tho Marino bund was stationed in the main vestibule and tin? lender was conversing wlili Colonel ,1. M. Wilson wilh regard toplaylrga tune as a signal for tho opening of Iho recep- tion. Many callers liad already arrived, and were walling lor the doors of tlio Illno Room to he thrown open. The President was engaged In conversation with a visitor In the library, and Mioa Cleveland and her guests were chatting with Colonel Lnmont In the parlor on the second floor, prior lo descending tu the Blue liooni. whcrnllio reception wns to take place. Tlio absence of liuynrd was coinuiciilc'd upon na singular, as she wna usually very prompt In such matters, mid was momentarily cxpoolcd lo nrrise. While they KITH wondering at her de- lay, n messenger nolilied Colonel La- ment that Mr. Henry lirynn. 1'rlvntr Secretary to Secretnry Haynrd, was In his oflice, and had something important to coinnuinlcate to the President. Col- onel Lamont excused himself nnd wenl to ace Mr, lirynn. Tlio gentleman In- formed him tlmt Mlsd Bnyard vras dcjul, slid that Secretary Baynrd had In- structed him lo commnnlaato the faut lo tlio {'resident. Colonel Lninont al once iiiformcd the President, who was TCTJ rnuoh shocked at the unexpected Intelligence, and tho two gentleman joined tlio Indies ami announced the sudden deatli ol llielr friend. Orders were at once leaned to close the bouse; the band was dismissed, and llie people In waiting were notified lint the reception had been postponed. Ushers were stationed at thu main door and nt Ihe carriage entrance to tell callers thnl the house wns closed for the day. Tlio news spread quickly throughout the oily and universal sorrow woe expressed al llie Bad occurrence. Tho President upon receipt of thr message from Secretary Bayard an- nouncing the death of his daughter, re- called tlio Invitations lo [he dlunei which ho had Intended giving Monday evening lu honor of .Mr. and -Mrs. Corn- Ing. The Immediate cause of Miss llnyanl'e death wnb hearl-dlseaso. Site htul been troubled with weakness of (lint orgnn, nud hud been (rented by the family pliy- sioian nl Intervals for several Tears. At the reception at her father's liotiao last night It remarked that Miss Haynrd wna unusually DON'T Wolf Marx' -IP YOU We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty, SPECIALlMPORTATIONS -----I'oii Fine Dress Goods, Sills, Satins ani Velvets, (Ms and Wraps of all kinds. Jerseys for Ladies, Misses, Chilta. islfi Threat Cotton Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Hauteliiefi, Fans. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc. Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. SCEHCOZLJZ'S A FIRST-CLASS RESODT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BYcSTEAM THROUGHOUT. Where was that? A About two steps Jfrom the walk. How far from the gslc About 10 or 12 feet. Q. What were you doing nt the hy- drant? I was drawing wnter. Who out of that After she came near tho parlor door Cliff Cook came out, have anything In his hand? A pistol, Where was Lily Gibson when he onmoont? She going Into the parlor. Ladies' Prize Rolling. Prize ten-pin rolling for ladies rook plnee st tho Casino alley last evening, and the following ladles won prizes: First plueh toilet cafe, Mrs. B. Engelke. Second glass, Mrs. Ad. Wagner. Third prize-IIand-psinted fan. Mrs. M. Guenlher. Fourth port'-monnale, Mrs. J. Ronee. Fifth bon-bons, Mra. li. Sixth pin cushion, Mrs. Ed. Drelss. Twelve minor prizes wore distributed, every lndy winning a prize. Mrs. F. Quenther won Iho prize for lowest rolling. E. A. Lurenberg's wile pre- sented him wilh a pretty little girl, yes- terday. ____ Tom Murphy has just returned from a trip to his former home In Presidio County, and reports very cold weather there during the last cold snap. At Davis it registered 0 decrees below zero. Metropolitan saloon on Com- merce street, openeil Saturday night to a crowded bonso. A band of music wns In attendance. Tim saloon is well-np- polnted itnd convenient for Commerce street merchants. iinnlinnted. and exerted herself to Iho utmost lo entertain the guentB. It presumed that undue ex- ertion may huve precipitated the fatal attack. Tbe young lady retired about 1 o'clock last night, expressing a wish to bo left undisturbed until noon, lietwecn 1 and 2 o'clock this nfternoon her sister on- deavored to awaken her, and, struck by the peculiar expression of her face, called for assistance. As soon as the fiimlly recovered from the consternation into whlch'it hnd bcca thrown physi- cians were summoned anil powerful re- storatives, Including electricity, were applied, were In vnin. The physicians expressed the opinion that Miss fiayard had been dead several hours whon tlie attempt was made to awaken her. In- terment will take place probably on Tuesday next at Wilmington, Bel., where Secretary llafard'a pnrenlR are buried. Tlio news of Miss linynrd's sudden deatli caused a profound scnsntion throughout the city, and for a time. In the absence of any definite details, nuiii- borsof wild rumors were circulated. The facts ns staled above- are from an un- questionable source. Masquerade Ball. A maEquerado ball will tnke place at Arbeiter-Vereln Hnll January 30th, for the benefit of Madame Donaldson. Tickets can be procured from tlie follow- ing gentlemen: Messrs. It. J, Kd. Koerpa. W. H. Nixon, Henry Btni'ke, Charles Weiss or Sclitnitt. "Don't Shove." Tlicre is no little rudeness by ill-bred men, rushing against persons waiting for their mail at the Posioffico. Plena- smt courtesy usually mnrka pedestrians along our streets. Klrange that some grown-up men are worse than badly- bred, half-grown boys. Broke the Furniture, Tivo line saloons opened their doors to tbe public last Saturday night, and were so well ptronlzed that a great many of our citizens went home in the early hours of morning In the different stages of Bacchanalian revelry. One staid citizen returned to his patient spoutein the small hours, and because she upbraided him for coining home In such a condition, he began breaking up the furniture. Three rocking chairs were smashed in no time; a line drees- Ing-crise nnd book-case followed, and next came the baby's cradle. The gen- tleman was finally quieted, nnd of course now regrets the havoc he accomplished. The lady says if there had been two more saloons opened, undoubtedly she and baby would have been pitched out of doors. Grand Excursion, A grnnd excursion gotten up by J. T. Murray, of the Illinois Central Hallway, and in charge of C. K. Miner, General Passenger Agent of the Southern Pacific, and now stationed at I.os Angelos, Cal- ifornia, arrived at tbe Sunset Depot at 1 o'clock this afternoon. There were nine palace cars, containing some 200 ladies and gentlemen, and representing over 20 states, and among whom are many persons of prominence. The ob- ject is to plensantly spend the winter in visiting Mexico Cnllfornln. They will go ns far as the City of Mexico, stepping nt nil points of interest, and on (o nil parts of Cnlifornln, Their slay In Mils oily will be 27 hours, or rather till to-morrow night. It Is to ho hoped that their stay hero, will ho mndc us picnfiiint as tho wrathcr will permit, and every facility nlfbrdcd them for seeing Ilio sights. FREE CONCERTS Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, and a Special Free Concert Evory Sunday, from 4 to 1 1 p. m. First-Class Bar-Room, Restaurant and Billiard-Room Attached. I'ROMPT AND POLITE ATTENTION QUAnANTEED. Alamo Street, San SOUTHERN HOTEL, Bain and Hllitary Plazis, San Antonio, Teias, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Convonlcnt to business ccntor, with boat aecotuinotlAtiona. 0-l-lj Will Strike, N'KW YOIIK, .lanunry .TOO cigar packers held a meeting to-day and resolved to go out wilh tlio cigar makers in all shops where the cigar makers may be locked out. To Boycott Them. I'HTsiujjEG, Pa., January Na- tional Convention of -Journeymen Ba- kers iLiljourncd to-day, lifter the adop- tion of ii resolution to boycott al1 pro- prietors who refuse to reduce tlie hours of labor lo 12 per day. Goes to the Pen. Cuiv'ACiO, January motion for a new trial in llie case of Benjamin T. Ilubbard. the defaulting cashier of the !''irat National Bank of Monmouth, was overruled, nnd he was sentenced to seven yours In the penitentiary. Unchanged, I'IITSIIURO, January Uraddock (Pa..) special gnvs: 'llie situation at llie Kdgar Thompson Sttcl Works re- mained unsettled, nnd the outcome of Hie trouble is bard lo determine. The men nrccontident their demands will be compiled with, anil think by the middle of next week tlie mill will be running full in nil departments. It is rumored to-night tlmt the firm Ins offered tbe men per cent, advance in wages nnd work 12 hours, as heretofore, or no ad- vance and work eight hours. ItlsdifTi- ciilt to tell which of these propositions will be accepted. Favor SilvepComage, DHSVKTI, January following resolution was unanimously adopted by the Colorado Press Assouiation. in ses- sion in Denver to-dur: Thru we ciilpimllonlly ou- ter OUT protest against any effort, bv whomsoever made, to suspend the coin- ago of standard silver dollars. That our thanks are tendered Hon. James 1J. Beck and other members in Congress for their able advocacy of silver, nnd pledge our support to any measure look- Ing to a free and unlimited coinage of silver on an equality with gold. An Impending StriVe, Pirrsnuno, January convenlloi. of coal diggers and coke drawers ot'tlie Conncltville region will be held at Scott- i to-day to difcuts the wnge ques- An Organization Desired, BUBO, January Mnsler Painters of this city to-day Issued n cir- ciilnr to the painters of the countryi wllh a view of organization for the pur- pose of mutnnl protection. The asso- ciation will not dictate prices, but will confine itself to boycotting manufactur- ers. Domand Refused. HOMKSIKAP, Pa., January 1C. Tbe workmen nud the firm of Cornegie, Hupps Co., of Ihe Steel Works, hnd n conference to-day. The firm olVered a 10 per cent, advance In wages, and the men demanded the scale of 1SS1. It was refused, anit Ihe works will not ftnit up, The Sec'retaiy's Reply. WASHINGTON, January Secre- tary of the Treasury to-day sent a com- munication lo Senator Morrill, Chairman f the Committee on Finance, In which >e acknowledges the receipt of his let- er asking his reasons for the suspension 3f n certain Collector ol Internal Kev- nue, and appointment of another lerson in his place, nnd then says in nbatnnee: "I would reply that as yet 1 mve received no directions from tbe President In relation to transmitting tbe papers and Informatiou called for." About 60 applications, from tho same Committee for similar Information were answered In the same way. Seasonable Advice. Don't let the door stand open, but shut It with much care. Without a bang, without a shut it fair and square; Without a slara, without a jam, without or jerk, For If you've left It open, go shut it and don't shirk. No Christian man or woaiKD, no well- trained chick or child. Will let a door swing idly lo make weak nerves run wild, When chilly winds are some one taking When the open door is creaking nnd muttering like a jcolcl. llmie makes but -waste, remember, ao plenty take of time; Don't leave the door half fault nlmost a And if you've ever do so any more; tion. There seems lo be no donbt hut (lint an ndvanoo In wanes will be lie- manned. Under tho present prices 01 coke, this will mean a strike, which wll be felt all over tho 'country. A member of tho coko syndicate, sp'eaklnx ol the movement, (aid thatlf the strike wnsde olarcd, It "would close almott every fur nacc In the United States', and on LUC se rlons losfi lo thouenndg of people. Kvory llrsl-clnsa licsicrfi'ltn Oti'rri Fulls clgr.rctlca. Utlons. Avoid Whatever else jou full lo. do, don't fall to shut tlie door. Housekeeping. A Fable for_Meat Men. A liabblt and Cat had (truck up Frlendahlp'ind went Into the Country to Being Hungry I hey itoppcd nt on looklng-'up at the Sljinhoard swinging Roor, Hie Jtohblt ihrleked .n II h: Horror iind away, for. It bore the words: I.nplu but the Cat, who had nUo looked   

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