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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, San Antonio, Texas Nio daily Light published fat san Antonio. Bexar county. Texas and registered at the Post office As second class mail matter. Volume a a number 270 san Antonio Texas Friday december 12. 1890. Price $5 a Yea Leawood a National Bank. San Antonio Texas. J. 8. Lockwood i resident j. . Safe Deposit Yau to amusements Urani rope House t. W. Mullaly manner a. J commencing Friday dec. 32,Emma such grand Anglish opera company. Repertoire Friday dec. Ii Carmen. Saturday Mainee the f Riesch Uetz. Saturday Faust. Prices $2, $1.50, $1 and 50c. Sale of Beath open it a net Day Deceron her to at Box office grand opera Odiuse. One night Only sadly Sec i4tn. A Tho pro Telb play of the modern times Ore bound to Vin Tho hearts of the Southern a the Mas w Keene the picturesque Young actor Elfva in Arden supported by a sup the company from the Union Square theatre in the Beautiful romantic drama Raglan a Way or fast Friend fast foe. A emr. Arden reminds me of or Booth in his acting he by Ems to feel everything he a a Ami i fit or in Nora at the Anc Iii Nee. Dal Ihm and he never looks at the audience. News Imit or. Thurk Are no signs of any immedi ate Advance in bread stuffs across the Waters. The american agriculturist will have to Content himself with present prices. The unfortunate breach in the tru party owing to the unwillingness of or. Parnell under any circumstance to surrender his Lea ers Pip bodies no Good to Ireland. It seems almost a lost cause. A a a a t. To the Farmers Alliance Are in All their declarations of. Principles squarely opposed to the platform of the democracy and yet the Alliance has gone body and brains into the democratic Camp. Will the dog wag latest telegraphic. A6sociated press dispatches and state specials. The Tail or the Tail the dog. The piles of material for new track for electric railway lying so thickly strewn through some of our suburbs will All to placed and cars running Over them within ninety Days. These c instructions All serve to give employ met to labor and keep the Ball Roll in. Good Progress is reported by the a instruction companies at Nicara Gua canal and it is now quite Likely that the work will be completed by the time the pan american railway via Corpus Christi and Brownsville reaches that far Boti the. Ban Antonio will be ready to hear what judge Miller of Llano Basto say concerning the statues of that Llano Road. If the title to Road bed and right of Way is All right the next thing in order will be to ascertain through the report after thorough examination by some competent Engineer just How much the work is g Mug to Cost. A guess within $10o,u00of the actual figures will not do this time. Before ban Antonio raises any funds for that Llano Extension she wants to know exactly what is sex pee ted of her what her neigh bore in Gillespie and Llano counties intend to do and will do and what she is to secure in the control of the Road As proposed. No Monkey business this time. Ban Antonio will lose nothing by having a Square business understanding in this matter. That understanding had an intelligent undertaking of the work to be done will be possible. A Cleveland and Hill have both announced their intention of running for the nomination of the democracy Iii 1802. Hill will not accept the United states senator ship nor will he take a third term of the governorship. Two such candidates from one state will insure a Republican Victory in new York particularly of Cleveland carries the convention. Or to the time of going to press quit. Monte vedic dec. 12. A Senor Vidal minister of foreign affairs has resigned. Hanged. Sherbrooke Quebec Deo. 12.�? Wallace Blanchard was hanged Here today for the murder of Charles a. Walkers nov. 18th 1884. Cotton holidays. Liverpool dec. 12.�?the Christmas holidays in the Cotton Market will ext end from the 25th to the 27th, inclusive. January 1st, 2ud and 3rd w la also be holidays in the same Market. Seeding investments in Hoik Luras. Monticello 111., december 12 a a Syndicate of the most influential and wealthy business men of Monticello sixteen in number has been formed with a Large capital for the purpose of investing in Large fruit farms in the land of Honduras in Central America. Russian nihilists. St. Petersburg dec nihilist trials now in Progress Here before a Section of the Senate will last until the end of the year. The prisoners Are Many Aud tried in batches. The principal figure in the group now on trial is the sister of a High official in the ecclesiastic ministration. Which resided in a House belonging to the Synod in which the police found both dynamite and revolutionary documents. From gov. Ireland s Home. A French election. Paris dec. 12. A at the elections he d in this City to fill the vacancy in the municipal Council m. Cren Boun Vul the Rou Langst candidate was elected receiving 1,260 votes against i 244 for m. Gely a Possi list Republican. An african revolt. Lisbon dec. 12.�?the governor of Mozambique reports that agents of the British South african company induced Mutassi a men to revolt and lower the portuguese Flag at Massi Kesee. The revolvers imprisoned a French Engineer and three portuguese. It needed cleansing. Dublin december 32.�? a Wagon loaded with copies of the anti Par no a paper was captured by two masked men with revolvers As it was proceeding to the railway to a hip the papers to South of Ireland and driving to the River threw the Load in the River sustained the prohibitory. M Ason City lo., dec. 12.�?judge Ruddick has passed upon the Validity of Iowa a prohibitory statute. A year ago Peter Larkin of Flores a my was convicted and fined for Selling original package goods. He quit the business until the Nebraska decision was rendered and then open of at the old stand. Judge Ruddick imposed a penalty of $100. Irish tactics. London dec. 12�?another change has been made in the Parnellie candidate for parliament from Kilkenny or. Vincent Coily being substituted tor or. Kelly. Or. Scolny has for years been a member of the National league and he recently promised to give one tenth of his income to that party until an Irish parliament meets in Dublin. Robbed by u masked Man. Princeton ky., dec. 12, and Mack Jackson two Well to do Farmers living ten Miles East of Here went our Coon Hunting saturday night. While they were away from Home two masked men walked into the House drove their wives and children out doors with a pistol Aud robbed the Bouse of$600iu Money which was secreted in a Bureau drawer. Wants $70 10 damages. Rockport ind., dec. 12.�?miss Alice heeler of Chrisney Bas filed suit against the Louisville Evansville and by. Louis Railroad for $7000 damages. Last july miss Beeler was a passenger on a train that ran into some Coal cars and she received injuries that have made her a cripple for life. Skipped with hts Bride s Cash. Columbus ind., december 12 a on thanksgiving Day Samuel n. Spencer and Saralda Layman of Elizabethtown were married. All went merry until sunday night when the husband and wife were invited to the residence of a neighbor. The couple responded to the invitation Aud returned to their Home in the evening. Shortly after arriving at Home. Spencer who was in the Possession of his wife s pocket Book which contained $300 in Cash made an excuse and left his residence. He has not since been heard from. A preacher convicted of perjury. Palestine tex., december 12.�? last summer a controversy began Between two prominent coloured preachers elder r. H. Boyed and Nathan Tell during the Progress of which Tell swore in open court that on a certain occasion he discovered Boyd in flagrant Delict with his by ills wife. Boyd succeed cd in establishing an Alibi and today Stell was convicted of perjury in the District court and sentenced to five years in the Penitentiary. Tell will apply for a new hearing and should he fail i that will go to the court of appeals. Abbot us Deal cation. Albany n. Y., dec. 12.�?the sad sequel of the sensation caused Here last week by the suicide of Joseph b. Abbott and the discovery of his Deal cation was emphasized today when a subscription Book tor the Relief of his family was circulated among the lumber dealers. Abou $2,000 was raised and will be a Welcome Relief to the five children who in a Day fell from a position of affluence to extreme poverty. Stabbed in defense of a woman new York dec. 12.�?peter Dempsey Cousin of Jack Dempsey the prize fighter while endeavouring to save Mary Allen a pretty 16-year-old girl Frem a criminal assault by two poles in Brooklyn is bunday night was probably fatally stabbed. National Farmers Alliance. Washington. Dec. 12. President peek of the National Farmers Alliance has named Friday feb. 6, 1891, and Washington d. C., the place for Bolding the first meeting of the National president and Presl debts of All state alliances. Parnell s newspaper fight. Dublin dec. 12.�?an opposition edition of the United Ireland appeared this morning from toe nation office notwithstanding a writ of injunction restraining the publication had been sued for by the Parnel Lites and secured from thesauri. First Indian Lii Ood. Chicago december 12.�? Gen Brooke a p be Ridge Agency says Many chiefs Are coming in. Two with Small following broke away there was Rafigh it with the troops Anc some indians were Hurt. Unlucky Prince. Warsaw Poland dec. 12.�?the porcelain factory owned by Prince Lubisky at Milow burned today Aho eight employees. Weather. Washington dec. 12.�?the temperature has fallen from to to 20 de Green from Minnesota to Texas. Fair weather until burday northerly winds. He collies High. A first class Secretary for the com Merciai Exchange will Cost Money. An incompetent mail would be dear at any Price of the association wants a ii re i class Man with brains Aud has the Money to pay tor him they will find such a Man in a w Gifford a it they could get him. Tie would be a cheap Man at $5, a year. Giffords present address is the booming town of Pittsburg Kanna or. Wortham declines. Ban Antonio Texas dec. 12, too or. F. F. Cliitis sail Antonio Texas a dear bib i beg to acknowledge receipt of your con noun Leat iou of the la inst in Ohleh you apprise me of the action of your committee in tendering me the position of soliciting agent. After deliberate consid Evalien i have to say that it is for the Secretary ship of your Exchange that my friends prevailed upon me to apply and not for the position of soliciting agent. While i fully appreciate the fact that this position grew out of a com Promise designed by yourself Aud others of my friends to present me an Opportunity to overcome the objections of a minority of objectors on your Board who were even kind enough to concede my qualifications i must decline its acceptance thanking you sincerely for your cordial support and a Saurug you As Well As other friends of my grateful appreciation i am your obedient see vent. I Ouis j. Wortham. Alva a Omav. A letter from i a Trowell. Boston Lay a i Naod clark1 it flax papillon a Catarrh cure or june Lait for a Keven a with Groat it a Man it n. Ann find la the oui i in Moi Ainoi would a la it wits a oui try Tat on. I of the nos a trill end Rhora in Booth in and boating a profit in naked gone immediate a larg Battu he a int flax Scag Tath. Ates and Hest to ii �6 cont. Ask for them at f. Knot Mukh s drugstore. Ft-17-tf. I special correspondence to s. A. Light tonight at the methodist Church miss Carrie Baker and j. H. Freeman were married by or. Boot. Miss Baker is one of our prettiest and most popular girls and it was conceded that she looked very Well in her White silk and Orange blossoms or. Freeman is Well liked both in business and social circles or. Lee Allen of Marlin was Best Man and miss Rector of Georgetown maid of Honor. The Church was exquisitely decorated. A very pleasant Daube was Given at fhe armory last night complimentary to miss Dedie Fisher and misses Maude Humphreys and Jennie Mer wether. Ouly about twelve couples attended but it proved a very enjoyable affair miss Fisher of Weimar and miss Meriwether or Goliad were the Only strangers present. Mrs. W. M. Fly of Gonzales is visiting mrs. J. M. Graves Here. W e. Smith late of Eagle pass is at Home for the holidays which fact greatly gratified some of our girls. Sex governor Ireland is spending a few Days in bail Antonio Hon. W. H Burgess is slowly recovering from a severe illness. Preparations Are being made for a grand bail on Dee. 26th. It is to be a very swell affair and will be participated Iii by the non dancers As Well As the dancers. Come Down or editor and we Promise you a pleasant evening. Rain is very badly needed Here at present. It is unusual to have so much dust at this time of the year. Short stops. Can Stanil experimenting. Munsey weekly. Brown. I see by the papers that the latest is a cat doctor. Now his patients have some show. Mrs. Brown. How is that my dear Brown. Because they have nine lives. Ban Antonio was quite ready to have the Calcium turned on. It is Sot often that the old Alamo City has to stumble along in the darkness. Whatever else we May Lack we do not Lack pure water and Good Light Aud a Good network of electric motor lines for rapid transit. Quinine in Bolivia. The pharmaceutical Era says that not a an ounce of Bolivia a Cascarilla Ever went to the United states it is All seut to Europe via the Straits of Magellan. Notwithstanding the vast number of Quina Trees in the country and the cheapness of the raw material there is no spat on Earth where quinine As prepared in the form of Medicine is so expensive. Though the people require a great Deal of it Iii cases of Mountain fever Terciano etc., one is made in Bolivia. When the bark that is grown Here and exported for next door to nothing gets Back in the form of quinine it becomes a a foreign product a Lias exorbitant duties to pay and Sells accordingly. Whereas in other lands it yields the druggist a profit of about 80 per cent when retailed at to. A Grain it Sells in la Paz at the rat of 10c. Per Grain. If some Enterprise lug northerner would set up ail is Tab is ii neut in this country for sex trading Tim a Kabold from the bark his Fortune would s on be made. Elected i officers. Schleicher Lodge knights of Honor held Timeir election of officers for the ensuing year last night resulting As follows g. A. Itei Mayn dictator Ferdinand Heilig vice dictator a. G. Shild assistant dictator r. Ruediger Chap Lam Charles cobol i guide a w. Boh Wirth. Reporter j. H Lohafer financial reporter f. Jenull treasurer r cheer guardian Charles Hohm Idt sen Trey e. Froboese William Richter and Philip j Conrad trustees j w. Hohti Wirish represent Tat Ive to the grand Lodge Otto Bolms alternate. Nan Anton Lonj Wetters. There seems to be such a great demand for houses in ban Antonio that As soon As a House is vacant a a squatters will move right in and take Possession Ruiess you keep a watchman on hand to guard the premises. One of these a a squatters has taken Possession of a cottage belonging to then amp eager of the Light. It is to be hoped he will not have to take the roof off before they conclude to move again. Death of Gen. It. Hines he. The death of or. Geo. R. Hines. By. Occurred last night at his residence on ban Pedro Avenue after a Long illness from general debility and failing energies. The funeral occurs tomorrow morning at to of clock. Deceased was one of ban Antonious solid and Well respected citizens for a Long term of years and his two ohs Harry and Geo. Hines Are among our beat thought of Young men. While the family of deceased possess a Large Circle of intimate friends who will deeply sympathize with them in their sad bereavement. What the people Are haying. The people Are getting tired of the present methods of City government and it vant a Man for mayor who Wilt straighten things out. The people Are beginning to see that they have received a very poor of Public improvements during Tho last 6 years considering that they Cost $700,000. # it the people have heard about a sidewalk fund but so far As the private owners Are concerned they have never had a smell of this fund. Where has it gone it was supposed to be for the Benefit of owners of property who were not Ohio to pay out a Large sum at once for sidewalks. A a a a a the people Are anxious for a change of the financial management or our City funds thew a express feb. 2nd Isskin commenting upon this matter said there is nothing Cri Inal in borrowing that $135,060 from the National Bank while having a Largo sum of Deposit tilt re the greater portion of which is Well known will not be expended for Many Mouths to come but it is financial Folie and wast fullness that would bring about the prompt discharge of any manager for any business firm in the country a this same kind of Fina Ciering has been going on Ever since. The people Are tired of it a i the people Are disgusted with our City legislature. They pass an ordinance prohibiting hitching of teams of Commerce Street and at the instance of the merchants and without regard to the Public repeal it now they propose to reenact the ordinance which is Well enough but this legislative body should know what they Are doing. They pass an ordinance to prohibit variety or obscure shows on the plazas which they had a right to do and which was perfectly the Hue of decency but now at the instance of interested parties they Are considering the repeal of the ordinance. Our City should u get be allowed to go backward in any particular the Council should know what they Are doing when they pass ordinances and not act like a of boys. # Iii october 1889, or there about his Honor the mayor reported Bonds sold and Money available for Street improvements $264 000 Alderman Lockwood introduced a Resolution co Divide the Money to the eight wards and providing for the improvement of 43 Miles of streets at the rate of $1 per foot. The 1st. Ward 16300 feet 2nd 37,758 feet 3rd. 28 050 feet 4th. 30770 feet 5th. 23600 feet 6th. 29 012 7th. 88,031 8�h, 22 240. Besides a number # of streets named. The 43 Miles were to coff at the rate of $5,000 per mile $50,000 West to Block pavement and $10,000 to sidewalks. There is such an obscure condition of affairs that no one knows the exact status of this work certain it is that Only a part of it has been finished some of the streets designated have not been touched Iii the 4th, North Flores has not been reached neither has Belvin and other streets designated every citizen can look about in h a own Wrd and ascertain How much Street work has been done. West of the Baa Pedro seems to have fared Well. Is the Money All Goue the last i Tea. The funeral of the late or. J. B. Farr occurred yesterday afternoon and a Long line of carriages was in the procession. Deceased was aged 43 years was unmarried and left his brother Aud sister As bereaved. San Antonias married. The fallowing Little bit of news though a to file late will be of interest to a Good Many residents of san Antonio and new braunfels. It is taken from the new Orleans Picayune of dec. 5th Quot land a Henn Ata. A new in Bria la., dec. 4 a last evening at 7 of clock at the residence of Rev. C Kramer mrs. Willie Beneata and or. Morris Lauda both of ban Antonio texts were married there seems to be a Little Romance connected with the affair. It is understood that it is a runaway match and the Groom is a Banc thelor of 40 Vears. The Happy couple left on the 9 of clock Tram of their return to ban the mrs. Willie Benne a referred to must be none other Thau mrs. Willie Berretta who is Guowu by a great Many ban Antonio residents. Or. Morrod Banda is the son of or. Joseph faint a wealthy citizen of new Braunies. Two president meet. Washington dec. 12 a the president Aud Secretary of the worlds fair commission had an interview with the president today ask lug him to Issue the proclamation inviting All the foreign nations to participate

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