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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 20, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             LM, dn PSNAY, IN Cigars and Tobacco HrtU. nl tin- A.DELPIT Factory, New Orleans. WH1 Receive in a few days A FULL LINE OF GOODS, and INVITE INSPECTION. L, M. (ill PSNAY, JR, At Factory Prices. 3 West Commerce, Volume I. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2O, 1886. Only a' Year. ?4 We take occasion'io 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, lo sec and bo convinced lhal what advertise. Geo. H, Kalteyer, President Otto Koohlor, Sec. anrl Mnnafjcr. RUSSELL'S MURDER, Completion of tho_ Evidence-Argument Opened. At llio conclusion of IX II. llrecding'fl testimony yesterday morning fur Ihe fnnso, Kverott Graves wus placed on thu stand submitted a plot oT the prem- ises and gave n, fuU explanation uf it W. Ilciron was the noxl wit WES eMlcd and liu stated that he ineil the premises, deposing ilirtl :i per- son standing whero thu lirst post fs could not hit (lie left hand gate George Cook, brotiicr of the stated thai lie knew Lily and that Mollie A. Hherhlan VTJIS tin- sr.mo person. J. A. lestliiedthMl lie knew [pnac Frederick, vrho was it-hu-tirc of j Ihe I'ence of Austin, Travis L'oiintv. 1R7S. Tluj defense SHbmitU'il as u marriage license issued to J. {.Clifton Uook and Mollie A. Khcrldan and then rested their A. If. JODCB was recalled uy Ihe pru.-'e- cution and Identitled the clothes of the deceased man. Oti cross-examination he stated that Russell pulled ;i [uelol out ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS. criminal nines tir-t fur were rustjt for thn I'Jth of February, j County CommiasioiLcrs went out this morning to inspect the road. -Kirlulift Kucha, iiS died yestenl.iy in [lie Kivst from fur planting ishadu anil orna- mental trees un unr streets. :mcl parks ore being stint lo the Mayor. .Morion and Muliiilly, the aornliutU: daiicc at I he Fashion, are exceptionally neat :imi original In their perlornmnue. The ea-t-of Kcidcl Tijis va. WH- i 11 ran ciimo before J DM Ice I Adnni this morning. The suit was in- j flilnlE'd to ret'nvei' fnr n certain i hols lor Fold and delivered. was Kiven plulJilills for the sum of tlie to br subject to k-e of npper.l was given. Absurd Rumor. j SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. V. SIMMANO. Oysters, Fish. cind. Game. Cafe Restaurants Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. __ lob nnd Meals at all hours. rnlito waiters in attendance. Krcrvtlilng scrvoi! in Style. 7-iS-lim OF FASHIONS This Establishment is now Replete with All me Novelties tor the Fall and Winter Season. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins fJan ho ECCII In Jllaok and Colored, l.'laln and Itrooadeil. Ctissnncres (black ami Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and U'nol Sni- eciiB. Velvets nnd Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk Pongees, Plaids in slnglo nnil double widths, mul IJgrTrtiimilngB to suit all Drees Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. [Te is MOW showing tlio largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mita, T.ncos nnil KuncylGooits for Lfullea nnil Children ever brought to onr city. In Silk Hosiery helms nn cmllefla viiriety mid ciinnot Uc nmlcrsoUI. Fall and Winter All tlio latest Fall and Winter styles and nmkes of JJonncU mid Ostrich I'lumes, Tips, Kibhons and Trimmings will ho fou there. This department is under arlistep, who will please ihe task's of nil. liiiinery U and Hals, lie found istep, Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, 'i'owelings, Domestic Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters. Canton Flan- nels and Iloslury. Among the other things which were very extensively purchased by his agents was tho most magnificent stock of Dress Goods of all kinds ever seen in any dry goods house in Texas. Kspeoial attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter bilks, ntid can he also give thn greatest bargains in Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats Ufa fitnukar Ktill and Wintcr-UJnUiinfr is tho IftrKCStevcr Drougut toTc.xns fir braces, ia the latest patterns, Prince Albert. L'utiuvny. Frock and Slick Suits. A very ftnu cnmnloic stock or Italics', Misses', Men's urn! HOVB" and lloole. A full lino nf KtcttHon Roft and SttlT lints. Also a full stock of Gent lumen's Gooils. FURNITURE AND CARPETS Hi 3 Furniture TVpartmont-is isrnnnlL'tr n'illi jn tlilg line. AinouyntUor Iliul ['tusti 1'iirUir Iteilroom Siiils. Wunirolics, Uli-ura, Ho-.lv Ciirtnliia, WinUoir BJiiidus. Ktc. L'ounlry oniors tllk-il p Scud for Binnplee, hnlil Ooo-ls, anrl lib suit I'rtrlnr Sulta, iitii] anil I ngnun Itujrs, Matting intptlv nnd f-'iinnniirnl. L. Main Plaza and Acequia Stre DR. L.V. WEATHERS, Acute and Chronic Diseases a Specially (Wipe WKS7 COMMKKCK STIIKliT. TC'ICpllIlllf IIS. n in-mluntc or Mm MiiliiMl Collw, IKffi. l-H1-1f B. FRANCOIS, Ladies' Hair Dresser, Nn. (OfiJl lion-ion Klrt-c-1, Pan Antonio. Wigs, Curls, Braids and. Frizzes Mildc to Order. done in any style. llnir shninpoocd. of tlie PurcliasiDg and Depot, C. S. PAN' ANTON (O. TFA'AP. I ISSfi. f UMJuilicutc, JubJi'Cl to lln- itstml condilioiip. will rcct-iml nt this 0111 to unlil IKV.II, mi Juiiiniry 1S.-G, f- Seasoned tori Woorl Delivered at any place in the city ai per cord, or for sale at yard, corner of Starr and Chestnut streets, fit 50 per cord. Telephone No. ftp. 12 0.3m Co oil Re sd 1 is In Every Case. A. ItrAilfonl, i-Rpoi' dealer of Miiiltnnofjg-n, Tciin., writes tlmt tin UHSRCTJ- (itislj'iiniictccl witli iiscvcie cotil Unit sfttlJinl on ills liinjfa; hiul trk'il many rc-mrxJIos with- out iwiicnt. Itcttitf iiuiiicc-d to try Dr. Kind's Miiiv Discrvvc-L-y fnr Caiisinnjitimi, iliil sn nntl .VILA entirely cmi'tt tiy nsn n lew tattling u-hleh linn: lid tins il In his family Tot all Ciititfli-s mul Colds wilh IH-HI I'his is ttiu expcnc'iici' of lives saved Lv (ULs Wonderful IHs- r-nvoi-y. Trial Hollies fri-u al A. ntl itninc-ilinto i lflivi-ry In ui-w in pniimla ONIONS, In Imrrclt. iXHimlrt POTATO IW, Trihli, In 1EQO pcinnU 1'OTATOI-S, Sweet, in fAvbf HldilcrR must alule tho vnHr-lj-nff< ml, urn Hiu tr.ir.ility In which riiEaal. runl further fnrtmnnltim ticliiiil iipfni to ililn tiillce, AAMItKLT. CV.SIIINO, MM! I'lirclin-liiK anil C'. H Special to Artlsis. csliil.tislntn-iitslliylRaii An- Innio, if i LOT Tc.tas, cnui [5 Itie Art (Jnllr-rj' of  years of nije, nnd leaves large family of relalives and hosts of friends lo mourn for turn. Tin; funerui will to-morrow moiiiing al lo Iroin St. .Joseph's Clnir-.h, f.'iirlcr A Alnllaly, iin- A Watcli t.olen- Mr. A. lli'ntnuim, fjf A. I [eubinim A- (Jo., ICast Commerce street, had n tine gold watch stolen yesterday. It np- pi-ars thai when was netting in that Mr. liciibrutm wnitl to the yurd lo apportion quarters to I lie erd, and on his return to thu store he mi.-scd hia tine gold wutnh, worth nhom It to fnslen thn crime on uny person, but precautionary uK-asnri'.s ure taken to prevent the tlis- prifal of (In1 Probate Cuurl. The foilo'.ving business WILK tninenuted Iliis morninjr in Ihe I'rnbnlo Court The an nun I acuomil of llic adminlhtra- lor to the Jl. Crtuiet estate wny lilt.-il and the- adniinistratoL'ordei'ed lo pay out of on I Land on fourlli-clagK Tin: lust will anil testament of Mnryii- rila Kriupei-l wa.s admilUid to probate, (iuBtav Haenei was jippointt'd executor wit hunt bond. Tlut'will mul Ijist tesltiincni of Kniipert tidinitlrd to probate willi 1 hi1 Kruno executor, I.tmifi A. It. Frank. A. Sulujlx. anil Max Im- Jnu lldjrd iii a Whisper. the Uster "L'elephoiio Trum- pet, yon fan curry on a conversation In a whisper over tlie Jongest telephone line. Mr. C. A. -FarIs. agent, is slopping ill Hie Central Hotel, where lie will lake orders for this most useful tele phono 11 Tlis Wrong Flavoring. A young lady living on Ilurleson street in (he Third Ward, yesterday ntniteup a of bailer for cuke, ntid waa iiljoul Lo lUvor it before baking by putting in oil of lemon. The lemon vinl was standing on the shelf alongside a botllo of Spanish Oil, nnd in her ntaunl- or thinking no doubt of one or tlie long-haired doctor, .she flavored tht batter wilh the Spanish Oil. then bnked the. cake ;md was at a loss to tic- connl for llic pceidmr taste of tlie cake, urrCii she found tiic Spanish Oil bottle nearly empty and the lemon bottle full, Alvin On Momlny. January 25, nnd Tuesday, t lie 2GlEi fnst., Turner Jlail will doubt- less have nil oversowing audience (o see and lienr "Alvin (Chnrles I.. and talented comedy com- pany. is ahvayB connpcled with u JlO.Wfi hund and a hurh cliip-i Tliis will again visit Snn Antonio nnd the nniaicftl the above dates. The1, scenery for Ibis comedy is carried on n epccial csr.nnd liie company 1ms rcturnetl re- renlly from the West, where it has been verv rostnmster Wallers hns pre- pnrcd a very complete tittinril alnlvment of the husiiieEri tratisncled. by the Snn Antonio I'ORlollice pttst year, frorn Jnnunry 1, to December !U, Itcuii nientioiicd, Ihe following nrc of Interest: Ucncral rev- L'oue ofllto oJUco Iroin till sources, Fliows a dccrense of from tho previous year, Is tine to tliu foot of Ihn rodne.Uou in postage on seeontl'Chiss matter from .inly 1, anil again lo the reduction of letter postage one bait. The fulling oil' of receipts on Rccond- matter Is estimated al and on tvl S-ijOto Kxpentii'S of olllue, inclinling tho L'ost- mnatur's snlnry, hire, rent and incidental expenscp, leaving a net prollt to the United Slates of Snlarh1? of mil why postal clerks, Expendctl on freo delivery syftlcm. Midi messenger service, .Mull weighers, Deposited with the Untied blules Troafiurer at New Orlcnna Tliu money orders sent were greater this rear an to numbers, but the. amount of money ICFS limn liie year btiforn. Tho orders paid were than last yer.r. Number ofreststcreil letters delivered nearly tlio asmo as last year. Number registered fit this o'llleu S2TH, 11 slight fnlllnRotrfrom Inal year. Tlie inty cjirrlerd delivered total of pieces during the year, an Jn- crunsu on the previous ye'rtr (if pieccs. Number of pieces delivered liy the dellvorv serviuo Ritmo Us ning, Ortobt'i- 1st, President's Position. 10, The I >aUy News' Rnya: The 1'rcEidenl, In eonvereailon with u lle- piihllciin Hemttor to-day, sr.Id I am led lo believe that the majority of your hody intern! insisting that I shall my reasons for an ollicohnldcr at llie time 1 nominate his si tree PS or. must inform you that J shall do nothing nf the kind. Nominations are made by anil with the consent of the Heunte. It Is littliiK in biich cnses that tho Senate should have all tliu information they de- sire tin; man whoso nomina- tion they nru ttskcd to cojilirjn, hut wtie.n they insist MJIOM my reason for removals they arc usurping a privtlcgr that belong to the executive hlotiu, and their will, In every cone, be de- nied, 'i hin In Ihe pof-ilinn'l propose to tnko amE I am ready to abide lln> quenuc. Cignr Lock-out. NKW January 1'J.- The linn of Hlrah Co., nolltied Ihe Inlrrna- tiomd cigftLiiiiikcrti to-ilny thai they had withdrawn from the Cigar Manufactur- ers1 Aeaoeinllou and desired to confer wilh a tec of the union about ad- jiiflllng prices ncreplatde Jo hoth Bides. (fan arrangement can bn made the men will not bci locked-out to-morrow. Aljout bnncli nmkera were locked- onr to-day b3' the action of the Manu- facturers' Atisoalntion yesterday. As i lie employes of Levy Itros., Brown Knrle and Kault'mann Jlros., are now on a strike against tho new price list, and D. llirsch Co., in n tnouner, have con- ecded to the demands of (he men, only factoric-K will be closed lo-niorrow, instead of Iti. In hetween I'tWK) and mnn will be thrown out by the lockout. What Express Companies Should Pay the Railroads. In the well known litigation between the express and railroad companies, which linntly reached the Supreme Court r.t Washington, where it was argued last month, all llio tjuesliong have do- elded by the Circuit Court except one-- namely, wlmt is fnirand reasonable com- pensation fnr the service rendered by the railroads to the express companies. This question in all thn flftftes was re- ferred lo a master to take testimony. The lirst report of the master lias just heen made to the United Stnles Circuit {Jonrt nt Topekn, and is that nn express company should pay a railroad company 40 percent of its green receipts from transportation, whether moneys, or tnerchr.ndiije, as just and rea- sonr.hlu compensation [N'cw York Ilcr- MEXICAN ITEPrlS. TO ARRIVE One ('ur CiOOll.S, vrrv Huils s IVoin Ciranil iiiul clogant Mini in nnil liniHli. One irnr I''ino, (.'liraii Kiiniitiire, IVoin liOBt Erastus Reed DON'T GO Wolf We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIALlMPORTATIONS -FOR Fine Dress Gooils, Satins ani Velvets, Cloaks and Wraps of all Ms. JerxBjs for Laiies, Misses, Sift, Lisle Ttafc Cotton Hosierj. Kid Gloves; "HaiilWicrsJais. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Suits, Long Pants, Overcoats, Etc., Etc. From Fioresville. Hard Times. Whik: money is clnac, u-nifi-s HTM! prices low, lx> cut in nvftry liinisi- lleoiidiny, iho walch for MrnhRrs In ml by nlnnyB VcepiiiR in llio licui-e u iKwilo of Dr. iioi-uiko'fi CoiiKli mul liimif Kyrnp. filopa a Cfttrgh iii-tfliiHy, ru- ML-VI-S LVitisinniifioii. ourffl Cmnp mul puiu jn tin-Cliff-1 in line ntfjlit. It is jn-sl llm rc-incily rnrlmra Mine-. I'ricuW rcutg anil nl.-Rfn-c. finlilliy II. Fnuh-r, It. Ct.lm A ('O...I. iH-vlm-.a.ririvlii. For Tho twn-Plory residence, No.-100 Avo- nur R given on tho of Vrbrnary. Apply fo O'Connor A SulH bunkfiTfl, l-18-Ot Travis Park Concert 'I'Lc following prog r.i m m r. will bu plnyeil by tlie Klghth Cavulry lismri tins evening tit I o'clock: 1. Worgand 2. Grand Helcctlon froin Frcy- :i. Knllc Wnldtenfel -1. Selection from Vordi Mexican DARZRS, and Mo- din arranged by Wllh. Mirx F. A. cigar, lies ftro tlK Opera i'lilft at popular price. -J-7-ly Mr. Ceorgo Hi in on, a of Kio- rcsvilh', is in the citj- gnve a r reporter itnms in regard to the grand preparations of llie I'M ores- ville optionisU to celebrate the ar- rival (if the iron horse wilh their pro- posal barbecue on the iSib. The Klglitli Cavalry Hand will attend and furnish tho mn'-vifl for the grand ball at night, whlchwtU take place in llie new Court House of Conntv. He snys there will be rather limited accommodations for the as hotel room is pcsrcc, though matiy private dwellings will be thrown open to guests. The nnti-loeal- option feeling is gaining ground every day. and this will he thu issue in tlio next political campaign. THE MARKETS. Itr-ptjilci! for the Liiniv li.v P. S- Vloy-l Slrx-et: NKW VOKK, .Tiinnary f'-UUin qnfct Imt M 5-HJc; sate? talc's- rniitvos (tulF Imt Moiifly. Sales -I. wly; Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. .A.. Gardemf A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BYoSTEAMlTHROUCHOUT. FREE CONCERTS Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, and a Special Free Concert Every Sunday, from 4 to 1 1 p. m. Siir.ts ti.lrilillf.'-. OrloilTli. liO linlrs; HVMt Fu- iii-l lint f-trmly; Jiit (jiiii-l lint f-trmly; Jiitm.iiy-l-Vliruiiry, I C Ki-S.iu.ny-Mfiii-ii. l.'Zt -Vt.l. VnifK. Jaiiiuiry S IMawii v-nniiii, Ku coi-ii Muy t WJiciii, [Utl May. 4-) m-htls, f'oin. Kvery Hi Corn, Wlii- The foundations of the nt.w pcnilcn- tlory at San been laid. At present workmen are engaged on the building. Morelin is a healthy place. It .lias n population of and (he average death rate Mie year round is only two a day. ft is siiid that au Knglieh company contemplates taking np the great cotton factories of Hercules and 1'urlgima near Qneretnro, and operating them on a larger scale than heretofore. Vicente and .lode Kocha liavc been Appointed by tbc Governor of Guanajuato to report to the Secretary of I'nblic Works whether sulphate ofnlum exists in the State. A monument is Icing erected in the City of Mexico to tlie memory of Guale- the Inat Emperor of the who fought Cortez lo the death. A. cast Lronxe statute is to surmount the monu- ment, the whole to he one of the grand- est memorials in the Republic, which is to he inaugurated with great pomp. In a filthy ditch near Puente de Kn- incdio, on the road to Guadalupe, Wed- nesday, the rural police found the body of a woman known as I'aula Hernandez, who used to live nenr the city gate. Three falal dagger wounds in the breast showed the woman fo have been mur- dered. There is no cine to the perpe- trator of thn deed. The cynical hnndit, Kraclio Kernel, lias had the assurance to ask the gov- ernment of Sinalon, through Governor for guaranteeing to surrender If the money is forthcoming and ho and his associates arc granted amnesty. Such an oJlcr Iroin a man who hns burned villages, sacked towns, shot down defenceless miners and farmers. and rohlicd hundreds of Ihonaaiids of savors of Impudence lr> pay Iho Opera !ctiat; ___' wiv clgnrettcfi which 
                            

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