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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 17, 1891, San Antonio, TexasSan Antonio daily Light. Published at san Antonio. Bexar county. Texas. And Reg the Post office As second class mail matter. Volume 299 Antonio. Texas saturday. January 17. 891 Price a year lock Oil National Bank. Ban Antonio Texas. J. B. Lockwood. President j. Mum cashier. Safe Deposit to Florand opera House t the season s big sensation. Triumphant every where imposing and impressive products m of the great International Melo dramatic Success the stowaway famous new York ast 2 car loads of 2. Amazing mechanical effects latest telegraphic associated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time of going to press nominated. Spring Field iii., Jan. Republican caucus sex governor ogles by As their candidate to succeed Palmer in the United states Senate. The air ship sails. Mount Armel 111., Jan. Last the air ship is a fact. The Model is Complete and works. It will be taken Chicago tomorrow and exhibited in the s building. I is to Fly around tie building carrying two late telegrams Down prom private. Cal and other sources. Tuesday and wednesday with wednesday matinee january 20 and 21, Little lord Fauntleroy under the management of t. Henry French of the Broadway theatre York. No Advance in prices. Riotous strikers. Perth Jan. Strikers Are hourly becoming More violent. A riot started thin morning near the railway station which was Oul quelled after the entire police Force had been called to t be scene. Prices Loc 25c, 35c, 50c. Thursday a saturday evenings Jennie Calef a Little Friday eve. And saturday matinee the Little Barefoot Offley now open. A great Opportunity acres of Fine land at per acre. Acres of land in Western Texas watered by two never failing rivets of pure with Liv Iuit in Dinyon it places on the tract. Railroad runs through the land for 40 Miles and has four stations within its Boundary. The Laud has an ele vation from to item above sea level and an average rain fall according to the signal report for the last ten years of 24.2 Iii Hes per annul. The country is of Linie Stone formation and is broken up into Bill Valley table lends proud ii g Mesquite and Gram Nua grasses on Stock thrive All the sear remit without other fifty Miles of Fence will enclose the whole Trust the increase can be easily from 70 to90 percent. Stock be Ltd direct froth the Daiiche thus avoiding Long drives. A like amount of land can be from the state for 10 years at the rate of 4 cents per Amie per annul thereby making a ranch of acres. For further particulars Call on or address John t. Hambleton co no. 4 e. Commerce St. -7-tf san Antonio Texas. The annual masquerade Ball of Tite Jeff Ernst association will be often at Pom office robbed. Key West Fla january Safe in the Posti Fitce Here was blown open by thieves Early yesterday morning and Money Atid Stamps stolen and the contents of 24 registered letters. A robber banker. Oshkosh. We january Ard Perin the wealth new London. Wis., banker convicted of complicity in the Hurley Bank robbery sept. 18 1869. Ribbon the Bank bookkeeper is serving five years for the crime and Leonard Perin is convicted of disposing of some of the stolen funds. Quelled. London Jan. 17 revolution in entre los Buenos a res has been promptly quelled by the new govern ment. Big hangar crop. Havana january Esti mates her sugar crop for As the largest Ever rained on the Island. Convention Hall. Saturday february 7th. Tickets 50c, to be had of the Mem Bers at the Hall. Wagner Otto Gerlach Fri Conrad Flaig. A pamphlet of information tract of the owing h c. H. Mueller dealer in Wall paper Glass artists and painters supplies to 217, e. Houston Street. 12-84-tf successor. New York january re Mont is cow regarded As the prob ably successor of senator Evarts. Gov. Hill and Dan lament favor his election. Backet shop empty. Buffalo n. Y., Jan. Co., bucket shop have decided to close their business. About Twenty correspondents arrived this morning1, attracted the report that the firm was in difficulties. Losses Are placed at labor lost. St. Peter Bubo Jan. Imperial commission has sent the me Morial from a representative meeting in London addressed to the Czar Back to them accompanied by the letter of London s lord mayor say ing that the commission no right to present it to the Czar. A Nice Compromise. San fbanci3co, Jan. Mining suit of Alenzo Hayward is. Agu Aljas Bros for mines in Mexico has been compromised defendants paying Purchase As the output since Plain Tiff con trolled it. May pay High. Foot Smith ark., Jan. Elizabeth Pruitt and two sons have brought suit for false imprisonment against 28 of the most prominent Citi Zens of this county her son Oscar was taken out of jail and the family was moved out to Paris Texas by regulators in May 1889. Peoria scorched. Peoria Jan. Disastrous fire broke oat this morning in the second floor of the Dickson Block and for an hour the entire business Centre was in danger. The Block was built one year ago and the building was one of tie finest it the City. The fire is now under control. The loss will reach traffic Combine. Atlanta ga., Jan. Were signed in new York City thurs Day afternoon making a close traffic arrangement Between the Missouri Pacific and the Georgia Pacific rail roads the contract to begin on the first of february this makes a new line from Atlanta to Little Rock crossing the Mississippi at Arkansas City. Only exp noted. Chicago. Jan. Is said the indians near can tee Washington Are Danci Nir and a massacre is expected. St. Louis reports Trade Active. Uvalde county will double her acreage of Cotton thin Yeai. Blaine is said to have overtime Canada for closer Trade relations. Healy says o Brien is a determined opponent of Parnell s leadership. National Bank re elects All the old officers the mud a bout san mar cos is almost unfathomable. Uvalde county court is making it warm for the pistol Toter. Silver Pool committee will prob ably sit during sessions of the House. Miss Lillian Owen of sol Smith Ruspel company Dies at Chicago it expected that the free coinage Bill will pass the House. Texas legislature in beginning to commence to get ready to go to work. Arizona 847.500 cattle and 1211, 875 yearlings for Sale this year. The new Mexico cattle growers association is at be. J. T. Marley is in jail at fort Worth charged with Highway robbery. At the Ngalula boiled dog feast the chiefs favored compliance with Gen. Miles disarmament order. Wores alias Williams is sentenced for life Gonzales for the murder of Frank King fort Worth s new charter makes the office of City marshal an appointed one. Raker and Shaffer jul probably get their seats for the Victoria District in the Texas legislature Albert Lee War Sec. For a time under Fillmore Dies at corsican a aged 84. Southwestern railway and steam ship association meets at Windsor hotel new York. Kock it Lymph will be manufactured in new York Marine Hospital Labora tory. Gen. Miles has not As yet insisted on the Complete disarmament of the bos tiles. I the democrats say no Humines will be transacted in Congress while the elections Bill is pending. The elections Bill is again before the Senate and the talking seems to be against time. Prince Goodrowe and All his Furni Ture has mysteriously disappeared from the russian circles of Paris. Gladstone s system of Home Rule if supported by the Irish party can be adopted. Silver Pool committee arranges its work in secret session bit will hold court with open dvrs. Chicago finds collections better and dry goods and clothing in creased. State legislature appropriates 000 for pay of members and Contin gent expenses. House considers District of col. Appropriation Bill in committee whole. San Marcos ready to quarantine against san Antonio is herself under the Bau. Kyle Farmers report abundant water for Stock and agricultural Pur in the report in Aishe French government is behind the new Panama casual scheme. Weldner of Lagrange under the pressure of bad health and 9 children commits suicide. A Dor fall. Chicago january sides in the strike claim the Vantage and say right the railway men say have plenty of men while the lightning slingers freights Are hampered. A shooter. Peoria ills., Jan. Rob Inson a minstrel Man shot Tom Dunn a local pugilist three times last warm for sunday. Washington Jan. 17.-weather warmer Lor news Tor Nichols. By. Louis mo., Jan. Hand some Young woman who registered at a hotel As mrs. Hudson was found dead last evening having committed suicide by taking morphine. An affectionate letter addressed b. Nichols Galveston was found pm the table unfinished. Id it she feed forgiveness saying the temptation was too much for her. A morphine prescription made out for mrs. Lottie Thurman and the name Lottie on her Rise to the belief that Thurman was her real name. She also wore a ring with the initials g. B. N. On heavy Philadelphia Jan. Loss on the Dobson carpet fire will be insurance for death a Story of Mooken that Heads in Kkt a med Kval tale. The strange Powers which we have yet know not any or Brace of san an Toivio pacts. But very pleas ant farts. Fact facts Are stubborn things says the observer of events and what fact is there More stubborn than the fact of human disease and what More stubborn than the stubbornness with which these ills to which our flesh is heir re Tain their hold upon their human victims despite the utmost that medical skill and human minis try can do once in a age or generation. Nature in seeming pity for the helplessness of her suffering children lava her hand out some supremely eur dowed child of her heart and Corom b Wions i of to Lay his hand of Healing upon All and restore the maimed the palsied and the impotent and the sick to their wonted health. That such commission was issued to Frank fanning of this City whose marvelous cures Are known As Well attested facts Over an entire continent is Well known to All the readers of the but As nature never repeats herself the recital of these cures does not read like a told tale but awakes the intense St interest to Dis cover to what extent nature has car ried her gifts of Healing in the of this singularly endowed Man. Moved by these considerations the Light sought a interview with one of the remarkable subjects of cure that has Ever attested the genuineness of the magnetic Power. The lady in question mrs. N. A booze. Resides in Encinal in this state but was temporarily in this City. The Light was cordially received by a pleasant faced Elear complexioned lady whose every appearance was indicative of perfect health. In her own simple and direct manner she maid that last summer i was bitten by a spider and poisoned. The venom spread through my system and for months prior to december 1st 1890 i suffered untold agonies finding Only temporarily Relief from the most skilful treatment of the schools. At that time dec. 1, i was paralysed in my right Side my nervous system was com Tely prostrated. I had no control Over the Muscles of my right hand which was about halt closed and perfectly stiff. I could scarcely walk a step without help was very thin and and to palsied that i could not hold my head still. My skin was covered will dark spots mottled. The doctors had Given up Alj Hope of my recovery i had resigned myself to death after 28 Days treat ment by or fan Liing i weighed As much and Felt As Well As i Ever did in my life. As you see my Complex Ion it Clear and my hand perfectly straight. I have done All my own household work for two weeks now my hand seems gaining strength every Day and i am a Well woman. I am to myself and friends As a won Ihn from the to the question do you not consider yours an exceptional Case mrs. Fiocone replied my Mother s Case is More remarkable than mine. Her name is Watson and she resides in Uvalde. For 20 years has been in almost constant agony from neuralgia and rheumatism in her head Back of her neck and in Are shoulders and has not been Able to raise her Rig lit Arm to her head for eight years. No treatment had Ever Given her More than temporary re Lief. Much against her own will not having the slightest Faith in the curative of this great magnetic healer but persuaded by her family she came under or. Fanning s care november 28, 1890, and three Days afterwards to return Home having no Confidence in him what Ever. Her children persuaded her to remain one week and after eight Days treatment she went Home perfectly no words can paint the deep pleas ure that shone in the narrator s face As she related the simple facts As known to her and experienced in heroin Case. It was easy to see that or. Fanning had a life Long Friend in i a a Blakaj patient whores feds her Mother s life and her own As the direct result of that marvelous Power which nature in a peculiarly gracious mood has conferred on fanning. That Lake front. World s fair directors Lusion that the empowered them to use any part of the Lake front for the purpose of the exposition. Architects have been instructed to prepare for five buildings there. If the abutting properly owners object they can go into the courts Ana make their fight Bat the directors believe that they will not be Able to Stop the work. Washington letter. From our Reir ular Washington d. 1801. Special to the the president is to the Ordinary observer apparently spending his time about As usual but he in t by a Long shot he is working hard Day and night to keep the ship which bears the administration and the re publican party in the Middle of the Safe financial Channel and he being aided by senators therm a Allison and others in both House and Senate who have for years been identified with the financial policy of the re publican party which has Given the United a period of Prosperity Liefer equated by any nation Tanj time. The unanimous agreement of vote upon the anti contraction financial Bill in the Senate on wednesday of this week is one of the Reuells of those co inference to was believe Tel that it would be injudicious not to say positively dangerous to have a protracted financial debate in the Senate at this time just As the Public be re gaining Confidence and the Money Market is beginning to show healthier signs than for some months past. I endeavoured by Means of interviews to ascertain in what Shaal the financial Bill will a through the will certainly go through id some shape hut owing to the Dis position on the part of Manv senators to be Noh committal regarding some of the proposed amendments the definite information gained was not great. The Silver men Are loud in their claims and it certainly looks As if they were Well grounded so far As the adoption of a tree coinage Amend ment is concerned although those senators opposed to going to the extent of free of outage at the present time Are positive in their Confidence that it will not become a Law even if adopted by the Senate. This Confidence is based upon several things first is the great influence of the conservative Rue ii of the country who will be aroused by the adoption of a free Coin age amendment to the financial Bill by the Senate these men will protest against such an amendment not be cause Bey Are opposed to Sil ver but because they fear the effect upon the country of such a Radical step at this that their protests will have great weight in the House cannot Tor a moment be doubted next comes the apposition of speaker rth a and some of the most imminent Republican representatives and last but by do Means least is the opposition of the president this opposition has been so far confined to moral president bus made no threat of veto ing the measure a has been reported and i Dou t believe he has Ever even considered in. It is principally because he thinks a free coinage amendment will result in killing the other features of the Bill which he believes will be of More general Bene fit that he is opposed to it. Twenty three democratic members of the Idaho legislature who voted against senator elect Dubois have sent a protest to the Senate against allowing him to take Riih Etta the ground being alleged illegality in bin election there is no probability of any attention being paid to the pro test As the Ablest constitutional lawyers in the Senate have already pronounced the election of or. Dubois to be Legal. Whether the election Bill will a rain be taken up is an undecided question with the Republican Sena tors and i think its decision will de Ped largely upon the tone of the re publican newspapers had been unanimous or even nearly so in favor of this Bill it would Long ago have be come a Law. The shipping Bill still hangs fire in the House and its friends Are not As confident of its passage As they were a week ago. The trouble arises from the opposition on the Republican Side which numbers from Twenty to thirty. The condition of the United states Treasury is an unfailing barometer of the Money Market and the daily in crease in the surplus shows that Confidence is rapidly returning and that Money is again travelling in its usual channels. The surplus now amounts to More than in spite of the Large purchases of Silver and Bonds which Secretary win Dona is constantly in order to put the Money Back into Active circulation and it will not be surprising if proposals for the Purchase of 4 per cent 4 1-2 per cent Bonds Are now shortly issued by the Treasury the Senate committee on foreign relations has reported in favor of the United states guaranteeing 000 of Bonds to be issued to Complete the Nicaragua canal. The commit tee says in its report that this would be the most economical method of protecting the interests of the people of this country in the canal. Representative Anderson of Kansas has introduced a Resolution request ing the interstate Commerce com Mission to investigate the Western Railroad agreement Aad report to con Gress. Secretaries Noble and Proctor Are in perfect Accord of the Indian Ilion and All to the contrary Are sensational fabrications without foundation. R

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