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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 19, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             L.M. dupSHAY.JR, J01MIKKS IN Oigarc and. Tobacco AnO Slute Agents i'f A. DELI'IT Factory. New Orleans. Will Receive in a few days A FULL LINE OF GOODS, and INVITE INSPECTION. L, H. dii PSMY, JR, Clara At 3 .West CttDimerce, Volume 324. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1886. Only IBIMG-OUl' STILL ON TRIAL, 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 ami be. convinced that int'iMi Tlie Uubsell Murder Oaso Excit- ing Great Interest, Tho Evidence of tlio Prosecution Coin- plated -Tho Defence Brecdins Considerably Mixed. advertise. Ceo H Kalteyer, President Soc. and ON Brewin SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.___ K. SIMMANd. Oysters, Fjsla. and Gapie. Cafe Bcholz'a Hall, Corner' of Commerce and Losoya Streets. iah and Mcnls nt nil hours. Eollte waiters In attonilnnco. Everything Berveil In This Establishment Is now Hoplete wllti All the Novelties Kail and Winter Season. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins Can lie Been in lilaok and Colored, Plain ami Jirooiuleil. CiiRfiinieres (WnnV unil Trloota, Ulngonala, Serwea, ctu. Oumel llnlranil U onl bal- eens Velvets nm! Velveteens In nil colors, plain nnd brocaded, bilk ronirees. nress 1'lnldB In filngle double widths, nnd mlngs lo Biiit nil Drees iroiulmuil went from the parlnr to an- other room? fir; (hey went into -ily Wall's room. you go Into that room.' Blr. did you go for." A carried KOIIIC beer In tin n-. long did you slay in lh.  Gibson was In there. Q.---Did you not see ISnFsi-U exliJnit any pistol there? A sir. lie had no piBlnl eilhi r in I hi: parlor or room? did not see him; 1 ilon'l KIIOSV wlielderhe had a pislol or not. 0 did he behave in the piirlut.' did lie behave like a gentleman or hki- u "A--He fat iu the chair and Irleil I" ail still; he was nearly falling oul of hi.- chair nnd kept twisting nround. did not hear him or abuse anyone in Ihe parlor? sir. You-are certain of thalr fir. be wan quiet nnd orderiy all Ihn limoln Ihe parlor and did tiotlilng? No. sir. Q.- And  KMli niul lin- liinils. eliromos anil arc oil liaml in un einlless yariC'ty. 'icturc rrinnei', atn] matevlHls for anil painting iu large Clilnn ami niatei-ial forwax llow- erft In a lariat assortment. 3lr. Mueller re- ceives direct factories large Shi pi nentsol mints, oils ami oilier material in tliat liae, a3 .-ell ns wludoiv and line domestic an-l Irn- wall are in ils establishment. 13-13-ly latereitlag Experiences. Hlrnin Cmnoron. filrnlluro dealer of Cfiliun- Ini5, (ja.. tells cxperienoc. llnis: "For Ihreo ycai-s tried every rcmcily oa Ilie Tnarltct for Stomach anj Kfilacy mitifot no relief untin Klectrlo Illttera. Took flvelHitllCB and am riaw cured, nnd tliluk EleHHc TlltleM the llcst Illoodl'uriner In Ilio vrorltl.'.' MaJrir'A.-n. Heal, of Wcsl l.llwrty, Ky.t llfleil Ktectrlo intterrt for nil old Btftlultlltf Kidney atreotlon "NolliliiKhai over jlnno ino 80 inucli KOOO as 1-UccllIe Hitters." Hnlil at a Itotlic liy A. As a iiroventloii and enre for Clilekr.li tninlurii, KAV'S IfF.NTUUKV KON'. TMTIO.S rOWIIKUSfitaail rival. A fms' uilxcil wllli nienl and led to I'nnltry oceaAlonttPy. >vlll e.ilro lliein ot ind Clirilera am] ir.nko thoni Ihrive. I'ortnile 3y K. ItMltovor fc Son. IhcBC wools were lo UnsBell. tllil lie Buy anylhiiiK nt al! in never heard lillli eav a wnnl. nol yon havu heurd u lie hail salil nnylhlnR'r wna on the. gnllery elosn lo Ihe liarlor; il was as I carrleil Hie wnter In- side Ihe, ilcicr anil hail coiuehae-k. fur were you from Kiissell when Hint language was ur.etl, anil Ihe party that used the waa nearly lo Ihe gate. you see him? sir. slated a while ago, I believe, hat when the shooting .vo" vere at the hydrant. Where was Cool; standing? was standing on (he 01 lie gallery. far is the hydrant from the corner? A a yard and P. hall. Q._Can you see from thai hydrant n man slnniling on the big nailery A.--Yes, sir. Q you see aroiinil the eorner sir. (j._roii stnyed In iho corner durinsr Urn the last phot was lireil I slop- ped upon the walk. 0 you werelti lhal eorner and the elinollng wns going on, diil yon run to the right whore the shooting was last shot lireil liii the corni-r oftho houae. did you know? snw It where it. hit. illd not fee while it u-as shooting? coultl nol ECC it If you say you eoiilil not see thnt shooling. where tlid you see Cook ctamlinK on the gallery? saw Cook wilh a pislol ar.il get on to the etlgo of the gallery. yon know a Indy by the mime. of Caroline Miers, Ti-ho keeps a grocery store opposite Lily Gibson's. sir. know her? sir; I thought yon taiil Carrie L. Jliers. you ever have any eonversa- tion with her in refsril to the killing of Russell, ns to who did it? sir; she asked mo sonic qries- tiona about it, and 1 went nnd told her like I did not know anything about it. you not ssy to Mrs. Micrs on Sunday, tlie day after this killing look plncc nt Gibson's house, that J.ilv son killed this man for a cenls. did, hut i knew Bhc did not kill him, have you been since lhal occurrence? have been living wiili .Mr. i-ii. Slovens. town or in the on tlie outside of town. is llr. Stevens? A.-1'o -1'oting Mr. Ed. Stevens, the Dep- uty Sheriff. never had nny tnlk about tals'matter since yon lived Ihere? sir; I though' about it anyone instructed you whn to do or how lo heliave yonri-tl! in re garil to thin mallei? air. you know a young man named Breeding? Blr. {Breeding then hronglit into court and identiJled by not you see him that niyhl Iss Olbfon'B? believe he came nnd asked where Hisi Wly and Mr. Cook were. not you eco htm tlitro (lint night before, the difficulty took place. liellevo lie was there. room was Cook mid lliisnmn In when lie wns there and you look liner to llipm? was in Ilie. room Ml.u IIKI d lo keep In. I talking lo him. i Where wen; yon when you heart! I that remin-1; wns out al tlie hydrant. I waa Unwell wus just get linn oiltMilc Ihu gate, stopping oil' Ihe not you hear some, person fay tills, "Shoot; you lire too i-owanlly to sliool: Klmct ifyott ilare sir, I did not. you not Fee Unwell w'uli :i pis- tol in liis hantlV yon nm mn Hussell with a pistol in liis hand present II lownrds where ifias UHison wns filnmllng. I tliil not. 1 dltl not know !ie had niiy plfilol. you inn sec Hussell wilh n liiitol in his lie went oll'lhiisUle- alk? sir. he had one i-onM yon not have seen ll? c.oulil have, f ceil it, I think. you not Ene Mr. .lones wllli n pistol In his riKht hand at Hie jjatc? bir, I did not. O dill .loncsauil llusFell ai'pa- rnte, ilo yen know if lliey separated at A. -I ilon't know ns lliey did. yon not slate a while ago lha't [tiifstll waa theji at 'Hie gale when Ihi- Ehnntiiiir was being done? .lones wnn'Oiu there. you not Ftatc thul wira thisrn IlifiiV Btatuil (hut I coiiltl nut sec Mr. don't know wlu-llier .timt-P was Ihcre? was rigid there, do you know? A.- -Refuse Ihe [lollei-uien hronjitit him in. Q.-Von saw Knssell, did you know where .lonea was IhunV A.-I did nol know where he wns, lint lie wasoiltBiile, Hie gate. there not :L plunk, fclict between the hydrant ni-d tin- elreet. fir. sec through it. if I hail gone rigid to il. von could not see him. did not luive time to get away; lie inst Left. ti.---Did you see .lorius tlirongh Ilial nlatik fence? sir. (J. How old me yon? lii. you been nndor nrreit nvev Finee the tin'ie the shooting wr.s diuie at Oihson's? A.-No. sir. Ite-tllrccl: 0 you see Mr. Anderson Ihe next mnroifig after tint sir. (i did you see him1.' was lucre nl the house. (J.--At what house? Lily UllisonV. did hesayv A called mcoll and told me if any one asked me any IhiiiK about, lo It'll Ihe.ui I knew nothing about It. Iliat before yon nail seen Mrs. MielE? ;iir; I tliink it was. nt how many hours after ibe S four or live IIOHM alter; il was tolerably early in I tie morning. did yon tell Mrs. that lie "was sliot for'live centF? A- -Sh.! Kept aikini; inn about It, iilid 1 just told her. not I in' dllliemly abniu live eentt? Ves. sir. in tlio jury how tin; dtlh- came up- A--Tlie last hser Hint waa drought in he paid her V> cenls on it. liiissoll paiu1 it. "inch wii3 beer worlb? sold it at a dollar abottlc; nnd hen she commenced calling him names: hen he started oil', and Mr. .lones paid ,0 cents on it; that left only 5 cenis due for I lie deer, and then be started, walk- tijr out on the platform. She wenl in He? room, and kept calling him imtnes, telling Cook to conn: out with a pistol. gentleman, they brought into court you sny you recognize bis being aronnn? w-i the tirf.t iimo I hud ever seen him. night. sir- long before Hie shooting wna he there? A.__It was about a tjit.irter of au hour and he went oil. know where he went sir, J don't. Ij _Do you know whether lie. left the premises A went outside. door did he go oul went oul of the gale. lireeding nsk for Gibson or Cook before or after the shooting? the shooting ho onrno back. This witness was oross-examined on some other minor points and waa then withdrawn, after which .lesse Tlennelt, police oflicer, corroborated stntemcnts of other officers. Dr. Amos Graves deposed as lo the fatal i fleet of Hie wound anil its nature. Mr. II. Slinina slated he waa In that neighborhood on the night of the iragcdy nnd thnt lie heard ft voice say- It After examining Owen Cook, a friend of liiusell, and Joe Wliklna, who de- veloped no interesting evidence, the Slate Informed tlio Court they would rest Iliclrcnue. he1 drew his pistol nnd nut il ngrdnBt her head, nnd further that there wore about lu mon In tlio parlor nt Ilio ttiiioofllic shooting. Shu detailed the faols nf Hussoll only Laving pnlil -r> cents on the second bottlo of beer and tlml she saw before thoshoollnii; he was In Vlck'e room with Conk. Thin morning Jlr. llreedliiK win placed on the stand. Ills tale, ul Hie nf- falr was tiriclly as Hu suited lio wna In converjailon with Cllll Conk i In a room nnd wenl on 1 lo say: "During ihe conversation liu- twceii ourselves, 1 heard some loud talk- ing on thu oiilsldu of this roum onl in the vnrd. 1 walked out oritu) room and told'.Mr. Cook there wns sumo tronhlu on thu imlsido nnd stnrtc-il out of the house. goliiK out on thu wnlk; thcru wna n man sluiuilng there nlionl .sir or eight feet from tins gate ni-ar a Irco, and he wns using prelly hard landmine and I Ihouglit the man was ilrnuk. I lieard him Fny-------------------' XOl the best of voti. I eali do you up. Hhe lolil him vim area cowaid; you have; nol nerve lo lire thai gun." Mr. Cook totil me il was not necessary fur inn to leave; lie did not think thero was going to lie any f hen: ii few minutes ami we will resume our conversallon." 1 passed into the ronm and Cook was pas'.ing out. I heard a shol Ilred as 1 wont Into the room. 1 turned around nnd Cook was at tho edgo of the porch and lie Ilred two sliols In the direction of thu gate; there wns nuile a ciimmollon from BOIIIO peo- ple, there and 1 walked to the back part of the house and stayed there, I suppose 10 nilmilcs and left tlio IIOIIBO. Tills was the most Important evidence elicited by hit examination In chief. Hrcedlngthen underwent a rigorous cross-examination iil'lhe hnmla of Major Tetl, anil the wlt- neES contradicted himself on many mn- lerlnl polnls; he wns slill on tho stand nl thi! lime tho l.nui I reporler left I he conrf-room. AUSTIN LETTER, Tho Blood-Stained Ax and Us Awful Crime-Other Items, !Mllm-.--iiu Aiiti'iit" l.tidil. ACM ix, .lunuury 17. your correspondent of Mr. IU-iiry Hrown, an atlacho of the police department, us liti picked up a larfje large nx that Blood in a corner of .Marshal l.uuey's cilice, "That, air, Is the weapon which terminated the life of the pretty Mis. Knla 1'lilllpps on Hie night of licccmber 2llli." I'our corres- pondent here picked lip the ghastly looking ax. niailc-'so by blood stained handle, and tlie bloody linger prints which still remain upon Us handle and blade. made by the victim of the ornel in her endeavors to ward oil' the blown of the assassin. Mrs. 1'. had but u short hour h'rfore her untimely death arranged a Clirlminns tree, lillini; its branches with little tokens of love Hint was lo meet the gazo of lllllc eliilclren In tliu morning and dealt out lotbcm as Chicago Socialists. January at their meeting to-ilaytllscnaaccl the ques- tion, "Why do men Bleep In_ tlie tun- Several speeches endeavored to show that it was entirely owing to the existence of caiiitalltts that they were obliged to sleep In tunnels nnd anywhere night overtook them. T. P. Dnper Slid Ilio Socialists would not get their duo until they burned everylUing before lliein, as General tthcrnnui did on hift nihreli through Georgia. Miss Bayard's Death. WASHINGTON, Jnntinry 18. re- nniliis ol Mies Hayard were, taken to Wilmington, Del., this afternoon at 4 o'clock for interment. They wcro ac- companied liy the Secretary, two of his sons and a few personal friends. No ceremonies will bo held In this eity. Tlicrn will be no postponement, of tliu slate dinner lo boglvonby the President Thursday evening In honor oftho dlplo- niallo corps, on account of the death, of Mlsa liayard. In accordance wlih Hie the iflfls of old Hanln Clans. MEXICAN ITEMS. The Uolctln Milltnr inaisls llml Kx- I'resldent I.crdo will liuon relnrn lo Mexico. Grau's Opera Houlle Compnny is not well received In tho City of .Moileo, tlie. alleged cansu being Ihn "Inndncaa" of its performances. 'J'hc Mexicans liave not yet bucn ciliicnlcd In tlie "Krench" Idea. The iliinunii; am scattered over Hie Uupulilie. Oim Jlr. I'nreell IK station ngent on the Mexican National Hallroad bevond Toliioa. lie Is a rela- llveof Arolitilshop I'urccll, of Cincin- nati, Ohio. Tliu Legislature of Vera lias au- Iliorlzrd Ihe Uovcrnor to open in Ihe leading town of envrh r.iinton, an object school. Tlio last norlliei In Tlaeolliillinni ran Ihu "incre.nrv in tlio thermometers down an unusual depreMlon for thai torrid eoasl. Tlio Rock Quarry Road. "What a pity that Unit old ax can nol talk." puts In the. acting Marshal. Cap- tain Kirk, "Its wonls would nn- III H had reached every hamlet of Ilio world and bring to the bar of justice and Ilnally to the allows a (lend whose cruelty stands impnralellfd In the his- tory oferinio." 'l''lio pad tidings announcing Ihe denlli of .Mrs. .lames K. l.lieey, at SaltUlo. .Mexico, ruached this city on the nlirlit of Ihe lUlli Instant. Mrs. l.ncey has been In declining health for several venrn ami In the hope of regaining It. her husband moved from tills city tofinl- lillo. bill all ollorls In that dlrecllon proved of no avail. Mrs. I.ucey was partly raised in Austin, nnd her many friends fcol sorely allllctcd by her clenlh. Captain l.nray In this, hla Bad boreavc- mcnt, has thu heart hit sympathy of n offrlcnds. Jlrd. murderess orhcrjuhllil. Is Hill confined In I lie comity jail, seem- ingly Inillllerent us to her fate. ll U said llic oily will In tliu ncur fu- ture erect a city calaboose anil work- house. It Is bndly needed. Cnplaln J. I1. Kirk has been acting maishal during the nbsenco of Captain Lneey, and IIIH done tiineh good work. Tnnsey, of the Times, allended llic Stockmen's Convention, found out "llcker" Is red and sllngetli like an ud- der. M. Johnson, editor ot the I'OFI, was at Ihu Cattlemen's tlon. He t-nyn Iliere Is no understanding between him and Colonel riwnln, bul if llml gentleman Is nominated, he (John- poo) will havn several clerkships lo dis- pose of, hut he added Swain Is not there, yet. Sitinu Interest Is manifested hen; In Ihe Cook-Gibson trial. it. S. Jlnrrlaon, Esq., Is looming up satisfactory lo his friends I'.s a candldato for Comptroller. expressed wlsli of Secretary liayard Hie L'rcsldcnt omitted his regular afternoon reception to-day, but will probably con- .sent to receive onllcra to pay their re- Bpecta again on Wednesday. .'I'ho regu- lar ciiblnct meeting will be held to-mor- row as usual. Miss Cleveland will hold a publio reception on Saturday after- noon, but will deny herself to all visitors until that date. Arrived at Wilmington. Wiunxaiox, Del., January train bearing Ihe body of Slles Katharine Hayard arrived here this evening. Secretary Itnyartl, his Bonsjuid Senator Gray Accompanied Hie reiimlha to this oily. The casket wns taken to the old SwedlBh Cluirohj where It will remain uiilll the funeral. On tho arrival oftlio cortega nt the church, the. casket was curried and placed on a catafalque, with lloral ollcrlnga grouped over nnd around It. Friends ot tho deceased will hold vigil thcro to-nlghl. The funeral will take nlace nt 2 o'clock to-morrow after- noon, and It la the wlah of tbo family that it shall he conducted with as llttlo display an possible. Tho interment will be In the finally lot In the old unweyard which dalea back certainly to 1703, and tradltfonally to the days ol Fort Cbrlslna Antonio T.'ulil. Some months ago n resolution wnB assed in the City Council llml Hie rock nnrrv road be. surveyed and eslali- iahed iuunedialely, us yet, Is sill! mong tlie thlnjjs to lie. Hy prelimi- uiry lints inn for locating tlift road, It vas ascertained Unit pome fences are milt Into it and othcH way olt. Now, is it is the limo lo fct oul ireca, and we arc deslrious of doing so, besides nmk- ng other improvements, we would like o know where onr lines fronting rook juarry rond actually nre. Von would oblige us by giving room for tills in your paper, for tlie Informnllon of the respective otlicials. Murderer Lynched. SK.J. Ind., January Kpps, the murderer of Knrnmr Dobsort, ins expiated llic terrible crime at the hands of Judge J.ynoll. About this morning a crowd of masked men, 20 or SO, carrying sledge hammers and va- rious otlicf Implement B.marohci! Ilirnngl Iho suburbs of the city, neing refused enlranca by Ihe Sheriff, tliey knockei down Iho door of Ihe jail antl proceeded to Kpps' cell, drugged forth the crimi mil and hanged him to the nearest tree. Kpps was the negro who murdered his master with ax and attempted an sault upon hiB iiiislreEK. She, howover, proved too much for him, defeated bis ohjcnt, and succeeded in attracting tlie neighbors, who arrested Hie murderer. Professor Cook's Opinion Ni'W IS.-Iti an nddrcas I y, pi before the American Temperance Aaso- UltjoS UUUUu elation, in L'hickcringHall, Joseph Cook, or Boston said: "We are llic most drunken race on the planet, nnd the nnd Ilio Swedish settlers of Toter Suiy- vcRnnt'fl lime. A Progressive City. "You ought lo aeo the alreets of Lon- Suftley. "They nre kept as clean as our sidewalks, and no dirt Is al lowetWo stay there any llmo at all." "We haven't got that far re- pllcil his Nibs; "but wo nro progrcas- are "We are not yet ablo lo keep the streets clean, but wo have, reached the puinl of paying well for not having H Travelers' Magazine. GO Wolf Marx- IF YOU WANT- We arc Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIALlMPORTATIONS ------I'OU THK- palm for red noses should be awnrded to Irlali, Germans, and To make n knowledge of alcoholic effect on Ihe. "linman system compulsory in the schools, wns to take the bull by the horns. Cook hnd not lost all hope that the Republican party would yet lead n crusade against Ilie litpior trallic. Advertising, A gentleman from Hi. Paul returned lo home nfter a visit to Cuic.ago, and was narrnling to a friend his experience wliile visiting at the battle of Gettys- burg panorama. "Do yon know, said he, "1 was standing there in tlio crowd looking at tlie ploturc when a nmn dashed up Ihe stnirs, pushed his way to the front, and says, 'let me see 11! 1 wns in that battle myself. Ves, sir, there's Ihe very fence that I jumped over when the rebs were pushing our di- vision. When I got over tho fence I dropped my lint, and, by gum, there it The other St. 1'anl man had also been to Chicago, and hail likewise seen the lanorama. "Wns the man who ruined n a tall, one-armed fellow, with a gray replied liis friend. Well, I guess that's tho same man who rushed in nnd said the same thing when I w.as Express. Still btranded, 0 for a quill, to blow up my purse! 0 for a break in expenses until The outflow shall cease and thfi lido shall reverse, That I may llml in it a coin or a bill. fiiltill, nun Nor treat me sr, til. 1 would not complain.norwill Irthcarge The horrors of holidays lingering sllll; nouId hardly be Cloaks anfl Wraps of all Ms. Jeisep for Lafe, fees, ClMrei tlloves, HantecMefs, -Pans. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc. Corner Commerce and Aiamo Sts. A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BYoSTEAM THROUGHOUT. FREE 'CONCERTS'. Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, antl a Special Froe Concert Every Sunday, from 4 to 1 1 p. 111. First-Ciass Bar-Rooin, Kfstaiiranl and Billiard-Boom Attached, I'hy purpose My rosourccft nurse, Kilt in truth my finances c (1 for a 'I !ie first i 'illr-d for Ilie. dc- _ fciife was I.ily Wangli, who Hated she only clgiretlca which do not and liiissell were In Ilio parlor nnd thnt Sti0i    

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