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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - November 9, 1893, San Antonio, Texas                             an PUBLISHED AT SUN ANTONIO. BBXAR COUNTY, TBXA8. ANO BEalSTBBED AT THB QPPIQB AS 3EOONP QLA8S MMU Volume XIII Number 25o. San Antonio, Texas, Thursday, November Price: a Year. BANKS AND HANKERS. BANK. SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS J.S.LOCKWOOD, Pros. J. Mum, SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. ex OLJ., BANKERS And Dealers in Exchange. Sijrht Drafts on tho principal cities of tlio United States and In Kll Europium countries.! Foreign coin and currency boutrht and SMITH" DEVINE co. BANKERS. Successors to John Twohig, A General Banking Business. SAN ANTONTO.........TKXAS. JOSIE IN ITJGffi BIO- BLUFF .OF LOUISIANA MERCHANTS. McKiiiley's Plurality Goes Out of Sight Standing at Eighty- Two Thousand, THE PUGILISTS ASK TOO MUCH AND GET NOTHING. Boilers, Engines, Sh'afting, Pulleys, Pumps, Packing, w Belting, Hose. Wind Mills, Horse-powers, Troughs, Tanks, Jacks, Etc., Etc. of ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. WRITE FOR PRICES. F.F. Coils'Ig. Co'. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. YOU NEED fioanson Furniture, Vehiclea.Horses other chattels without removal. On Watches, Diamonds, Etc. The only Brm In tho city making n specialty of small real estate loans. Loans made on day of ap- plication. Short time vendors lion notes boiitflit. Large real estate loans negotiated. ABE ASH, 215 Alamo Plaza Alfred Giles Guindon, ARCHITECTS. 2il iloor University Block, Houston Street, near Soledad. Have erected worlli Trial Trip of tho the Midwinter Fair New Brazilian Minister Gone Back For Ten Years London Money Report What the 'Johnny Bulls Think What Ex-President Harrison Says Motor Explosions. Josio Mansfield's Divorce. YOUK, Nov. L. Reade, a Now York lawyer, who has been living at Paris for sever- al years, has returned and is mak- ing arrangements for a legal sep- aration from his wife, who will re- main abroad. Sho is tho .losie Mans- liold. who, twenty years ago, was tho subject of so much gossip in connection with the shooting of James Fisk, Jr., by Kd- ward S. Stokes. Readc's brother- in-law is Lord Falkland, a promi- nent Knglish peer, who married lleade's sister. .It is understood that Ifeade, who is quite wealthy, will make handsome provision for his wife. of worklnToxm. Supplying Provisions. Nov. various forts have boon furnished with a fresh supply of provisions. The Mooros olTored no opposition. Annie Pixley is Dead. LONDON, Nov. Annie Pixloy, a well known American actress, died of brain fever during the night, at tho homo of her brother-in-law, Edward Fulfercl. McKinley Goes Up Head. CoT.u.MiiU.s, O., Nov. Chairman Dick puts McKin- loy's plurality this morning at Of the six. hundred tele- graphic congratulations received by McKinley, more than four hun- dred connect his name with the presidency. Ono Less Pugilist. NEW LONDON, Conn., Nov. Pete McCoy, tho noted pugilist who traveled with- the. John L. Sullivan combination, was drowned last night from the tug Hcranton, four miles east of the Cornfield Lightship. McCoy was proceeding to Boston to loin liis wife. Capt. McNulty, who was in the pilot house when tho accident occurred, stopped the tug cruised around the vicinity for half an hour, but there was no trace of McCoy. A Great Memory. New York World. the. fat conductor A woman rose, he rang tho bell, and she got off. A few squares farther "Ada" was called, and another woman mnde her exit. The old countryman began to look interested, and'When tho con- ductor shouted Mary and anoth- er woman gathered up her bundles, he made no attempt' to conceal his astonishment. In quick succession came "Paul- "Roberta" and and, as it happened, every call was followed by tho departure of a pas- songor. -The old man could stand it no longer. With bulging eyes he made his way to the rear where he said in a stage whisper to the "Great snakes, mister Do you know the names of all the women folks in this TOR ALDBKMAN, THIB1) WARD. We are authorized to announce -Chas. P. King for alderman, Third -ward, at thcfcoming election. Railway Inducements. S.vx FuANtJtsco, Xov of- fer has been made by the excursion managers, who have ollices in San combine with the ad- missions to tho Midwinter fair ex- cursions for eastern people, to Yosemilks Valley and liig Trees, by the combination with tho Over- land railways so tho eastern peo- ple may buy excursion tickets to California, including spenial trips to Yosemltc and liig Tree groves. To Succeejl tho Brazilian Minister. Tori.ox, Nov. La Provincia says: "Tho commander of the lira- nilian warship, HSachalco, has loft for Paris to take the place of the Brazilian minister, who has 'been summoned to Ttio de Janeiro. Twelve oiliccvs will leave Lasoyno today for Marseilles, where they will embark on the Kspagne and cruiser Benjamin Cruiser's Trial Trip. SAN Nov. new cruiser, Olympia, has been put to sea on a builders' trial trip in charge of Captain Charles M. Goodnll. She will go to Santa Barbara channel and a thorough will bo made of her boilers and machinery. On the return of the Olympia "she will ho put in trim for nn otllcial trial trip. To Establish How Steamer Line. YOHK, project is said to be on foot, by tho Urania Steamship company, of Copen- hagen, to establish a new line of steamers between that port and New Orleans. Tho new line, it is thought, will prove a powerful competitor to tho Thingvalla line, which now enjoys a monopoly of the American trade. ;Eleven Motors Explode. CIIKJAUO, Nov. gas motor in the North Side Railway barns exploded today, and an explosion of ten more motors immediately followed, igniting and tho barns. The loss is supposed to be covered by insurance. No one was seriouslly injured. The cause of the explosion is not known. A Louisiana Sensation. NKW Oiu.r.AXM, La., Nov. startling sensation has been sprung at Franklin, a Louisiana town of several thousand inhabi- tants on the Southern Pacific rail- road, a hundred miles west of New Orleans, and located in the beauti- ful Teche country, onb of the rich- est and most populous sugar plant- Ing sections of Louisiana. Frank- lin also has the distinction of being the home of both Gover- nor Foster and United States Senator Cattery. The special dis- patch says: "On Tuesday a crowd of men, composed principally of -merchants, called upon live Jew storekeepers there, and or- dered them to shut their stores and leave town. The par- tics who were ordered to leave town made a complaint before the grand jury, who will investigate; the caso today. Tho nction of these parties is generally disapproved in Franklin. Cottoii Report. NKW OKI.KANH, Nov. Co. say: Liverpool closed'un- changed on futures, a Kith lower on spots; sales bales; mid- dling, four and nine-sixteenths. New York opened 1 higher, declin- ed, and af was lower than yesterday. New Orleans opened unchanged, declined, and at was ;i points lower than yesterday. The movement at the different ports being lighter than expected had the effect of steadying prices during the early hours, but upon heavier receipts at Memphis and Houston, together with the estimate of bales horn, caused a rapid decline of 5 to H points, the longs being the principal sel- lers. CHRISTIAN WORKERS. LARGEST BODY. OF THEM YET COLLECTED. PATTI READY FOK ANOTHER FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA. for Uu> PLAIN POINTERS Practical Work for Uie Saving of the Arts Ex- Honor ol Tho Lord Mayor Cross College Fifty Years Pntti Oldens in New York. Mitchell-Corbott Can't Get It. NKW ORI.KANS, Nov. Tho Olympic chili has decided to reject the articles of agreement prepared for thorn by Mitchell and Corbet t, and telegrams aro on (lie way to Now York, notifying tho pugil- ists of that fact. There was a full attendance of tlio contest committee, at the meeting hold to consider the articles, :ind tho sen- timent of those present was almost unanimous that the club had made' what it considered a very liberal offer to tlio pugilists, but the lat- ter have demanded, that the club shall pay five thousand dollars for traveling and training expenses and the club refuses. Ex-President Harrison Talks. IxDiANAi-or.iK, Iml., Ntov. Harrison said, re- garding tho election, "1 would not have boon surprised at any plural- ity in Ohio. 1 am not surprised at the magnificence of Major MeKin- ley's triumph.' T seiit him a dis- patch this morning congratulating him upon his magnificent victory. The silver question may havo had its influences. Of one thing I am sure, it was not duo to local causes." Five Thousand Christian Workers. ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. an- nual con vention of the Internation- al Christian Workers' association will convene hero today. The con- vention will bo in session seven or eight days. It will be tho largest body of Christian Workers ever as- sembled in this country. The object of the convention is tho better acquaintance of Chris- tians engaged or specially inter- ested in aggressive Christian work among the unsaved by means other tha.ii that used in tho ordinary ministrations of tho (iospol and the bettor equipment of workers for such work by discussion of practical Ihomcs and'united prayer for tho blessing of upon their efforts. Tho convention has boon appropriately called a seven days' training school in methods of Christian work, it has nothing whatever to do with theo- ries, "isms" or hobbies, and its work will bo strictly along lines relating to evangelical Christian effort. It will be well to suy that the convention is not a convention of 'any special association; it is a con- vention for all evangelical Chris- tians engaged or interested in ag- gressive Christian olTort. it is expected that atj least Co in- to (ivo thousand delegates will at- tend tho convention, coming from every part -of the Christianized world. It is an international con- vention and people from Ireland, from Canada, from England, Scot- land and Germany, and from al- most everywhere will como to meet and take part in tho discus- sions. HY OllSKKVKlt. A woman's greatest secret is to know how to keep her own secret. Tho preacher's motto is: "In God wo trust, but ye mortals must pay cash." Tho ministers discussing on hell are like a person born blind dis- cussing on tho merit of a painting. We arc under obligations to the Mar. If not for him, who wo would have been ignorant of tho merits of truth. Next will probably come tfio daylight. Some scientist wil in- vent a patent to cover up tho sun, and compel people to use electric lights in daytime also. Before the close of tho 10th cen- tury, wo are likely to see tho greedy corporations make a inonoply on the air. The poor man will havo either to pay tho tarill rate for every breath of fresh air, or sutTo- cate. London's Lord Mayor. LONDON, Sir Stu- art Knill, London's Lord mayor, retires from oflico, and Alderman Tyler will be installed as his suc- cessor, with imposing ceremonies. More Wreck Victims. CHICAGO, Nov. more names havo been added to the list of those killed in last night's Kock Island wreck here, making eight dead and thirty-four injured. Gold Arrives. NFAV YOHK, November steamship Lahn brought gold bars consigned to this city to the amount of London Bank Report. LONDON-, Nov. bank of England's rate of discount is un- changed at 8 per cent. New York Money Report. NEW YoitK, Nov. on call easy at H% prime mercan- tile paper sterling exchange lower, but "firm; decline being marked. Actual business in bank- ers' bills at for demand at for (iO days. 1'ostod SiT and -l.S.i. Commercial silver certificates 7PJ. No sales. Bar silver70.j. Mexican dollars A. The Standard's Opinion. LONDON, Nov. Evening Standard thinks that the failure of the Democrats to break down tho prohibitive tarifT had much to tip with tho results, as this was tho main object of tho election. Tho Standard, howovor, admits that'tho spectacle which free trade presents in England at this tim6 is not cal- culated to encourage the advocates of free trade in America. Gone Back to Serve Time. NKW YOKK, Nov. Francis It. Weeks, tho self-con- fessed embcy.y.ler, whoso extradi- tion from Costa lUca excited so much talk, was today taken to Sing Sing to servo out his sentence of ten years. Jle refused absolute- ly to bo interviewed before his de- parture, reiterating tho statement that he had nothing to say. Appointed an Indian Agent. WAS 111 NGTON, N o Iloke Smith has appointed George 15. Cosby, of Sacramento, Califor- nia, special agent, to examine and report on tho condition pf tho Dig- ger Indians, with a view to im- proving thoir condition. The Patti Season Opens. NKW YOHK, Nov. Patti season opens today. Mine. Patti is to give forty concerts in this coun- try, beginning with two at thoCar- nogio Music .1 Fall, this evening and tho afternoon of Nov. 11. Sho will then begin her tour, which will ox- tend as fat as San Francisco.- She will probably sing again in Now York bofpre returning to TCng- land. Hor company includes Signor Tomaso Galassi, Signor Movara, Signor Maceheroni.JjSig- nor Txsly, and Mine. Fabri. Sig- nor Arditi will bo tho conductor, and it is likely that Signor Nico- lini may sing a few times. The following is tho programme for to- night: Overture, "Merry Wives of Nicolai; aria, "Addio Hiei (F Pescatorl di Signor Galassi; aria. "Addio Nioi Sospiri" Cluck, Mine. Kabbri; cavatina "Sperati o Fi- Verdi; Signor Novara; son, "The Distant A.Sulli- van, aria, 'MJno Voce" Hossiui, Mine. Ad- elina Patti; barcarola, "LaGiocon- Ponchielli, Signor Galassi; ballad, "Tie Lost A. Sulli- van, Mine, Fabbri; recitative and "Ho Crossed the No- vara; canto popolaro, "Le Mia Rottoli, Signor Galassi; aspana, Chabrier, third act of For a Great Industrial Exposition. NKW YOKIC, Nov. meeting of the Industrial Art ,K.xhibitlon company is to bo hold here today. The organisation is to be perfected and arrangements are to bo com- pleted for the first annual exhibi- tion of industrial arts in Tif- fany's, Gorham's, Sloane's, and all leading Now York firms on- gaged in tho industrial art are rep- resented in tho organization. .J. V. Gotschalk is secretary. Its Fiftieth Anniversary. WOKCESTKK. Mass., Nov. fiftieth anniversary of the founda- tion of Holy Cross college here is to be celebrated at tho college it- self, today, at 3 p. m., and invita- tions have been sent out by tho president and faculty inviting tho alumni and friends of tho Institu- tion to a commemorative lianquot for this evening. Tno dreaded scourge, cholera, failing to got a foothold on this continent, has sont a representa- railroad, and while tho former reigns supremo during tho summer months only, the latter gets in it's deadly work all tho year round. Will Honor the Delegate. Bm-'KALO, Nov. Italian population of Buffalo will take ad- vantage of' Mgr. Satolli's presence at the jubilee celebration of Bish- op Ryan by aeeordingjhiirt a grand reception this evening. Tho pro- gram contemplates a parade of tho combined Italian societies headed by tho Ttalian band. Tho societies will proceed to the Cathedral pa- rochial residence shortly before 8 the delegate and par- ty will take carriages and be escorted to the Church of. St. Antony. Arriving at the church, benediction given, and tho delegate will deliver a short ser- mon. Tho musical program will bo quite elaborate. After the religious services tho congregation will adjourn to tho school hall under tho church, where aii address of welcome will be presented tho delegate. After tho formal proceedings, a general reception will bo held. BEEVILLE BUZZINGS. Nov.-8, A heavy cloud in tho north and east last night is reported to havo given tho country north and east of town up to tho suburbs, a nice rain, it is known to havo boon heavy at Quincoy, miles east of Beevllle. Thoro is a prospect of more today. A petition to tho county judge is being circulated and liberally sign- od, asking him to call an election to determine whether an addi- tional school tax of 15 cents ou tho iflUll valuation shall bo levied in this school community. NOTICE. Columbia Ball A full lino of evening gloves and slippers for the occasion. On ac- count of tho races our stores are closed today between tho hours of 2 and it. After live will bo opened to accommodate our customers. 11 It JOSKK BROS. Notice A. 0. U. W. Sunset Lodge, No. 80 meets to- morrow night, Nov. 10th. at 8 o'clock, at Jonas' Hall, Austin street. All mombersaro requested to bo present to receive instruc- tions in secret work and business of great importance. 15y Grand Deputy, Will A. ]Iassoll. Members of Milam and Alamo Lodges invit- ed. T. ANDIUWH, M. W. Historian .Parkman Dead. BOSTON, Nov. FraMiis Park- man, tho eminent historian, died at his homo, on Ja- maica Plain, yesterday afternoon. His last sickness was briof. Peri- tonitis cause of death. He recently celebrated his seventioth birth- day. ____________ Thinks He Knows. LONDON, Nov. Pall Mall Gazette thinks President Clove- land's attitude towards silver and tariff and tho aversion of decent people to Tammany, is responsible for the recent Republican victory. tho past two weeks District Attorney Camp has secured con- viction in twenty-two felony and twenty-seven misdemeanor cases.   

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