San Antonio Daily Light Newspaper Archives Jan 6 1891, Page 3

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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 6, 1891, San Antonio, Texas a . Hear m t san daily Light. Ioctl Ood National Bank. San Texas. J.8. Jock Wood . Safe Deposit vaults of car nights and one matinee begin lag january 5, the celebrated conried s opera co. Presenting monday tuesday and for the wednesday Matisse j. Strausa masterpiece the Gypsy Baron wednesday and thursday Evering Adolph Mueller s Kon Tautic opera the King s fool floor Aud first two rows of the Balcony Back rows 7cc and general adm Sion ode _ latest telegraphic. Associated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time of going to press valuable Library burned. London Jan. Lord Lymington s mansion hurs Bourne Park White Church halts which Price less Library and a most valuable col Lection was last saturday destroyed by fire. Died of pneumonia. New York Jan. Mrs. Andrew Gherardy wife of rear Admiral Gher Ardi commander of the South at lactic Squadron died sunday evening at the hotel St. George Brooklyn. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia. _ earthquake. Ban Francisco Jan. Prof. E. 8. Holden of lick Observatory at mount Hamilton telegraphs that registers there ind Leate that the Shook of earthquake saturday was Ilie most severe Liat has occurred in Northern California since 1808. Ceilings were orach de in to e Observatory and fell to the floor. The Largo Telescope at the Observatory it la believed was Uriu Jared. _ Oke Mikee Atlanta ga., january gov. Today received a Check for As final payment for the Sale of the celebrated Okemi Yokee own rep he had previously received for the same purpose. now passes into the hands of a Syndi Cate which proposes to Drain it and develop it for cultivate n. Diet. Henry b. In Okusu is president of the company. Hard on Stock. Wichita. Kan., january. There Are Ever head of cattle belong ing to the Cherokee live Stock As soul Tiou in the southwestern coun ties moved there from the strip. They Sre preparing for a mild Winter Only and the owners say that Only a few Days like the cold weather now prevailing will bring about an almost total loss. Many of the ranch men have been trusting to a Winter and the loss of cattle threatens to be great. _ Walnut logs in demand. Decatur 111., Jon. Illinois turn her sections Are being visited by rep from Europe who Are seeking Walnut logs for Germany. Farmers can command almost any reasonable Price for Walnut Trees. They Are scarce and valuable. The purchasers ship the logs to Hamburg Germany. It is said that Walnut sawdust la now mixed with glue and pre std into Beautiful ornamental forma and holdings. New Mexico s water flow. Santa be n. M., january great Good feeling prevails Here Over the receipt of a Telegram Flora Ros Well in Pecos Valley announcing that a Strong flow of Artesian water had been struck near there at a depth of 207 feet. This is a Region of country that is settling up rapidly Farmers. It is the second flow ing Well discovered in new Mexico and will encourage the sinking of Many other test Wells in various parts of the territory. Johnstown in danger. Johnstown pa., Jan. Serious alarm exists Here because of the Large amount of ice which lies upon the River several Miles above the City. The. Edgemoor Bridge company is building the new Bridge has the River obstructed with trestle and should the ice move Down it will certainly Gorge and flood the town As Well As carry off the the Only Hope at this time ii that the increasing cold weather will the River to subside. Troops called out. Mason City io., january 6th regiment Iowa National guards the strongest la the Bute col. Ben ton commanding has ordered to hold itself in readiness to March to the Frontier for service against the another Indian fight. St. Louis Jan. Special from a Camp near wounded knee gives particulars of another fight yesterday morning. Thirty men sent out to Supply train were swooped Down on by 100 indians when 10 Miles out. They began firing which was returned and one Soldier was wounded and several indians killed. Reinforcements sent Lor arrived in three hours and the Indiana scattered being pursued until dark when the Trail was Tho Agency threatened. Pine Ridge Jan. Boll the bitterest hostile of the indians has assumed command of the Grea body of Host lieu and says he Wii take this Agency if it costs every War Flor he has and half Breeds have been warned to Clear out us a Mas Sacre was impending. There less than 600 soldiers there As a Garrison. A scotch kit. Glasgow Jan. As to the evictions of Railroad strikers from provided by the rail roads is still Rife and riots occurred today the non Union Iron workers being attacked. They were defended by the police. Emma Abbott her sudden death yester Day. Late telegrams oiled Down from Cial and other sources. A temporary Power. Albany n. Y., january state Assembly was organized today Aud Tho democrats controlling the body. We. Sham was elected speaker and the governor s message was read. They killed a Pew. Pine ride Jan. Party gent to Bury the indians killed in wounded knee Battle have returned. They buried 84 Bucks and g3 squaws making total killed about 200. A wreck. Spokane Falls wash., Jan. 6 a disastrous wreck on the Northern Paulne three Miles from Here is re ported. A. Diing Terono position. Foot molten n. D. Jan. Mountain reservation indians about 3500, Are threatening Aud ugly and a massacre of settlers is Fred. The troops Here number but 100. Surprised them. Pink Brook Jan. News of the suspension of Gen. Forsythe was received Here with amazement. Major Whiteside col. Carr and capt. Bald win have been appointed a Board of inquiry in his Raae. Hardly. . Paper publishes a statement thai Glim store writing to a Friend said he fears his end has come As far As Public life Aud politics Are concerned. Trivie Litiff London Jan. Scully and Harrington left for Boulogne today. Forty fifth District. Judge King s court closed Early today. Mesuro. Geo Lewis and w. A. Howell defaulting jurors were Fueri each and in the cause of h. A. Burniside is his wife Carrie for divorce she not judgement on a Cross Bill. The 8. A. Fair association is g. B. Sullivan trom Justice court was rendered Lor plaintiff. Firo directors meeting. At the meeting of the fire directors last night a committee was appointed co stating of the Foreman of each company to devise ways and Means for Tho entertainment of the firemen who meet Here in state convention next May and to report in two weeks from Dale. There was no election of assistant chief As the City Council did not elect a chief but referred the mat Ter to the fire committee which bad never been done before the compan ies recommending a Man and the Council Oppon Trig the chief at the first meeting in january. Deserter at the enlist ing of lace yesterday be Eul Stedin the army. He waa asked to give an account of himself which he was unable to do. Finally he admitted that be was a deserter and waited to be enlisted under a false name. He was arrested. Press feeder boys employed i inc u1cbd it Choi at Maverick printing House went on a strike thin morning and the presses Are Idle. Dissatisfaction at some ruling of their Superior is believed to be the cause. Her history by a follow student her immense her relations. The Large panel portrait of the great american Prima dons., Emma Abbott presented by Tuat talented lady on a memorable Day in the last visit she paid san to the Light critic i like Many another one Over this country today draped in mourning. Emma Abbot is no More and in Mem Ory of her Many qualities hearts Are softened and Dew will be dim eyes unused hut the drying Glare of the Noonday of the world and the world s caustic sentiment. The miserable Hospital in Salt Lake City Utah where the Prima Dona had been ill but a few Days with pneumonia was where she closed her eyes yesterday morning. The news reached san last night in a private dispatch to Man Ager Mullaly of Tho grand opera House. In the conried opera company How singing in ran there Are at v ral who knew them or. Chas. K Lang an old Fel Low student. He said to a Light Man i knew her Well her name was originally Emma Abbott though since her marriage with Eugene Wetherelt her Tatenda always addressed her As mrs. Wetherelt. She claimed Many places Tor her birth Mit i believe Obs Kosuri or Madison. Wis., has the Best oif Tims. She was first heard of in Toledo Ohio where Mies Kellogg heard her sing Aud took such an interest in her that through her in fluence she got to new York and was put under the Tutelage of the great teacher Bignor errant. Then she had a file Mezzo Soprano voice and he said to me one Day she has the most Beautiful voice i Ever heard she was engaged soon after to sing to. The choir of or. Chapin s Church Corner of fifth and fifth Avenue. Waa an intimate of the or s family and it was there she first met Wetherelt. She was two years in Theobolt when the members of the congregation among them a wealthy retired merchant named Lake who was the prime mover of it raised a subscription and sent her to Paris where she studied under Nilsson s Tauher. She remained three years and although or. Lake was still her principal pro Tector was also under the Protection of the Baroness Rothschild Ana of or. Evans the celebrated american dentist of Paris she left Paris in 1876 for England and bang with mail eau one season. In the meantime she was married to Wetherelt who had not ceased to follow and Lay Slego to her hand. Alter her season with Mapleson Wetherelt took her to Italy whore she aug in concert houses and was family successful. Due night in Naples after singing an aria from be Diable the ii Deuce demanded an encore and were convulsed when Sho reappeared and Sang in English nearer my cod to thoe she came to America from her european triumphs in 1878, and began in a concert tour with Brignoli. And far Raul. And next year was engaged by c. D. Hess As a Star in English opera. She travelled one then Weth Ere i who had also been fortunate on the new York Stock Market bouts rat Hess interest and the Emma Abbott English opera company was formed. Since then her career is pretty Well known to ail american b. Miss Abbott was a True american

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