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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - June 16, 1886, San Antonio, Texas C. H. Hart Commerce St. Bridge Headquarters for la Criolla cigars 5 cents. 5 cents. San Antonio daily Light volume 127. San Antonio Texas wednesday june 16, 1886. C. H. Hart Commerce St. Bridge has no partners no drummers and no connection with other establishments. He Sells cigars tobacco at lowest living prices. Only $5 a year Joske Bros telegraphic Brevi ties. Fans and parasols. Our immense assortment of summer dress goods is replenished meekly during the season by new shipments and the latest novelties ire added to our already Well selected Stock of White goods Nain books muslims lawns Organ Dies Percale Perc Alines examines Aud Canvas cloth. A Lac is and embroidery we carry the largest Stock of beige coloured egyptian Oriental n White Cream and beige coloured in Floun cing All Over and narrow1 o match at prices lower than line goods generally Are sold. In parasols we Are ahead of All Competition As regards prices Quantity and styles. In hosiery we Otter tile greatest bargains in fancy goods As Well As in the Staple lines. Joske Bros. Southern. Hotel main and military plazas san Antonio Texas news has been received that the Apache captured Bantu Salano in Oro Blanco Canyon three Miles South of Nogalez on saturday tied him to a tree and hacked Bim to death with knives. The North German Gazette speaking of the death of King Ludwig scouts the idea that the deposition of the King was an outside political combination. The Story it says is an invention and an insult to All concerned. The Hoffman House parliamentary fund committee held a meeting last night at which $14,000 was subscribed to be sent at once to Parnell. A meeting of the Brooklyn association $6186 was subscribed. Toronto ont., june 15.�?the mayor transmitted to Day by telegrams $1000 for the Relief of sufferers by the Vancouver tire. Prof. Morton president of the Stevens Institute of technology appeared before the Senate committee on agriculture to Day in opposition to the House Bill taxing Ole Margarine. He said that after a thorough examination of the new Industry Iii All its branches he had reached the conclusion that Ole Margarine wag of necessity a pure and wholesome product. Prof. Chandler of Columbia College new York president of the new York Board of health regarded the discovery of the new process As one of the greatest discoveries of the Century. He denounced the attempt to destroy it. Voting Secretary of the Treasury has appointed White of Indiana confidential clerk to the third auditor under a recent decision of the to rat comptroller that such appointees Are not subject to civil service examination. James p. Hickman jr., proprietor convenient to business Center with Best accommodations. 6-4-l> a a. To. F. A. Brooks. Robert h.hunst0ck. The popular. Corner drug store. Freschi Phons dispensed Only by skillful and experienced pharmacists of none but the purest Medd Cines at prices that defy Competition. Goods free to of the City. Fro delivered and part de % prescription Par then open Day a and night. I a telephone.221. Ish l. Orynski amp co., Winfall ail Mali moist Aal Dis Psi plan. 302 and 304 s. Side military Plaza Cor. S. Fiores St., san Antonio. Lubing a Rinnell a atkinsons Alfred Wrights and Colgate a finest perfumes bottled and in bulk. Make no mistake. The Corner drug store of l. Orynski amp co., 302 and 304 s. Side military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. Call and see Tho most elegant and expensive soda and Mineral water Fountain in the state we Smolha lurid t store. City 11 4 Commerce Street san Antonio % carries the largest Stock of Tine India China an Japan teas storekeepers and Heads of families will do Well to make the following Green coffees always in Stock of any House in the state mor Neej i heir purchases at this establishment. Java mocha Maracaibo Rio Etc. This House supplies delicious fresh roasted and ground Coffee. Strength and flavor guaranteed. All Coffee sold is roasted and ground on the premises by steam Power. Telephone no. By. 4-Wim Julius Stricker. Thos scoffs Stricker amp Zopfs manufacturing jewellers. Gold and Silver plating and engraving watches and clock repairing. Only the most hied workmen employed. Strict attention to All business entrusted to us. Office and Rork rooms opposite Groos Bank no. 14, Navarro Street. The president has nominated John t. Rankin to be marshal of the United states for the Western District of Texas. Or. Rankin is at present sheriff of Fayette county and was recommended and strongly endorsed by congressman j. F. Miller and other representatives. The state department has received advices from minister Phelps confirming the press reports that the English government is not altogether satisfied with the course pursued by the Dominion authorities in regard to the seizure of american fishing vessels. Also the department is informed that there is every Prospect of a satisfactory adjustment of the pending complication. The City of Vancouver situated at the end of the Canadian Pacific railway is in ashes. Not half a dozen houses remain out of 500, and the worst of All there is a Large loss of life. Ten bodies have thus far been recovered and a number of persons Are missing. They Are supposed to have perished. One Short hour did the work. The property saved is insignificant. A Dean sweep describes the situation. Mrs. Cleveland gave her first reception last night. It was a most Brilliant affair. The new mistress of the White House wore her bridal dress. She charmed every one by the gracious simplicity of her manner. All Washington was present. Winfield Lee Thompson of Kansas City married june 2, at new York to miss Kehlor of that City returned from his wedding trip and took up his residence with his Bride at the Sturtevant hotel n. Y., june to. Five Days later he was found in his room his wife breathing her last having been shot in the head himself wounded in the head and breast. He May recover. A revolver was found in his hand. He was a son of Rev. Or. Thmopson of Kansas City and was attending medical lectures in new York City. His relations with Bis wife were most affectionate. No clue to the motive of his deed. In the annual regatta of the Atlantic yacht club sailed yesterday was won by the Prescilla Over the Puritan Aud the new yacht Atlantic built to beat the English Galatea. The wind was very Light. A general strike of Cooks and waiters in most of the Large san Francisco restaurants is on and Many have been compelled to close. Others run Short handed. The cause of the strike was posting rules for the control of Cooks and waiters which the strikers considered unjust. The Secretary of the Interior has affirmed the opinion of assistant attorney general Montgomery holding that the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad company under its agreement with the Cherokee Indian nation in the Indian territory is responsible to the indians for any loss or damage to persons or property caused by the running of its trains through the the reservation. Prince Auguste Leopold and officers of the brazilian frigate Barosso who accompanied him to Washington were formally presented to the president by the Secretary of state to Day. They were accompanied by the brazilian minister. Stath news. Or. Baker of Brenham an old time Republican politician was stricken with paralysis last sunday and died last night. Galveston was badly shaken in the late storm. A Little Tiore and she would have been submerged. Tilden Texas rejoices in feeling once More in g Bdl a country abundant Rains have fallen. Her matrimonial crop also promises Good. Mcmullen county democratic convention is in session to Day with a full grist of candidates. Del Rio Texas has taken a new lease of life since the late rain. W. J. Lyons former editor of the a Dot a is lying very Low. Judge Maynard who was accused of misappropriating $000 while fudge of Bell county has been exonerated by the District court judge Blackburn presiding. The taxable values of Dallas county exceed $17,000,000. The Corner Stone of the methodist episcopal Church South was Laid monday with masonic ceremonies. Bennett the Young Man Over whose mysterious appearance All Paris was so stirred up. Was found yesterday in the Woods More rational than when he left his aural. He was very much run Down. The action of the City Council of Houston is not favourable to the electric Light Plant in that City. Denison raises the Bonus and tile Missouri Pollic will be extended to Henrietta. Waxahachie Bas made her connection. The last rail on the fort Worth and new Orleans was Laid monday and it is reported that the Atchison Topeka and Santa be Bas bought it our. Woo enjoyed the graduating exercises of Baylor University but did not Fanoy the freaks of a razor slashing negro who now languishes in fail for attempt to murder. Kyle ladies give a Benefit to the Hook and ladder company to night. Crops Promise a big yield. The state University exercises increase in interest. The baccalaureate Sermon was a grand Effort. There Are four graduates in the literary and 30 in the Law department. The unexpended University funds Are $3003.35, after deducting estimates for year 1886-87. Austin has Lier free Bridge Barbecue Friday with Ireland Brackenridge Swain Terrell and Hancock As speakers. The mondays Gale that almost blew Galveston out of water did considerable damage in Orange county to crops Trees and fences. Building Boom has struck Dei Rio to stay. The county jail and Lind Beims a building Are being pushed right along. A $7000 Stone residence and the Ware building will soon be under Way and other buildings Are being talked of. San Marcos is in the midst of the closing exercises of coronal Institute has the excitement of some Gold prospectors a few Miles from town and is occasionally stirred up by a big wind storm. The Atchison Topeka a Santa be is reported to have brought out the Rio Grande division of the Texas Pacilio running from fort Worth to Elpaso. Lampasas has 200 tents a oar Load of rations for Uncle same a troops and every preparation made for a big time next week. Or. Pierce Carson of Valley Mills who Cut his Throat last saturday while insane from fever died to Day. Swain was at Greenville monday handling Ross As usual without Glass. Houston had a shooting affray monday night August sharper shooting and killing his father in Law Joe Edgecombe. The commissioners court As a Board of equalization is sitting at san Angelo. Assessed valuation of taxable property $1,000,000. Grass in Tom Greene county is looking Green and cattle Are flourishing. Some shrewd counterfeiters have been taking in Elpaso recently and extending their operations to paso Del Norte. Considerable of the queer Bas been shoved. Capitol communications. General doings in and around state Capitol political notes. The Austin june 15.�?lost night at the opera House the annual address to the alumni association of the University was delivered by or. J. H. Cobb of Decatur. A Large audience were present who seemed to enjoy the address very Nanoah from the frequent applause made. It. Rev. A. C. Garrett i. D., i. L. D., of Dallas will deliver the annual address to the students of the University to Morrow afternoon. Or. Clopton of Jefferson made an address at Millett s opera House this afternoon at 3 30 of clock on the life and character of col. Ashlei Smith. The House was crowded to its fullest seating capacity by an audience who listened attentively to the speaker who beautifully depicted the Noble life of one of the grandest men Austin has Ever known now lies mouldering in the dust. The audience were very much effected at hearing the Many incidents of the life of one they loved so Well called to memory. After a session of sixteen weeks the District court will close its present term Friday june 18. A pleasant reception was Given by the Young ladies of stewarts female Seminary last night to their Many friends in the City. The affair proved a most enjoyable one. The political pot of Austin is getting very hot and soon the contents will be boiling Over. The county convention lion for this county will be held at the court House next saturday and every Man thinks that his Choice of the Many candidates now on the list will be the favored one but sure the inevitable packet of Salt River will not fall to go up up Stream with a disappointed Load. Friends of colonels min at this place Are putting Forth every Energy within their Power to assist him into the gubernatorial chair. Other candidates for state offices Are receiving less attention but whenever a new Man is prominently mentioned for Public office by any of the state papers Austin is ready to contribute both enemies and advocates of the new unfortunate. The coloured people of this City will appropriately celebrate the 19th. Grand preparations have been perfected for a Good time. The Stath department. A charter was tiled with the Secretary of state this morning for Hope Institute of Italy Texas. Capital Stock $5000. Incorporator a. S. Henry j. T. Evans and e. Ii. Barham. Twelve thousand dollars was deposited in the Treasury this morning by the comptroller $11,500 of which is devoted to available Babool fund and the remainder to general Revenue. This morning or. Hart District clerk of this county placed in the custody of the attorney general a office the deposition of Henry e. Vernor one of the parties in the suit of the state is. Joe ii. Stewart it a1. It will be remembered mat this suit has to do with the alleged fraudulent procuring of Veteran Cert ii Cates for the four negroes. Sam Bell Peter Bell Hamp Morgan and Milburn James residents of Brazoria county. Or. Vernor appears to have answered the interrogatories propounded to him satisfactorily. Following is the monthly report of the state penitentiaries As made by president Goree for the month of May new convicts received 104 recaptures 3. Discharges 45 escapes to deaths 9. Total number of convicts on hands May 31,1886, 28h3, located As follows on farms 1179 on railroads 231 at quarries. 445 in prison 1016. Or. Merrywether of Memphis who has been employed by this county to in Spect the Bridge Over the Colorado at this City has made his report in which he states that the condition of the Bridge is Good and its present value is about $73,120. Haas amp Oppenheimer 212 and 214 Commerce St. And the most extensive Stock of White goods laces embroideries in the Southwest. We quote for this week at 8 cents. Flue sheer India limn and Nain Sook checks. At i 2 i -2 cents. India Linen Victoria Lawn and Fanoy Satin checked muslims. At 20 cents. Plaid Mulla. Nain Sook. Corre de Paris and Fanny lace effects. At 30 cents. A Spring a very stylish Satin plaid effect. Fine French Batiste persian i awns mulls fancy lace plaids Etc. At 50 cents. Last week Tho Stream of fan purchasers was constant All Day Lunk my amount of fans sold unprecedented. To Day we will add two new Iota. One lot. Of Aal fancy painted and embroidered on silk and Satin. At $2.00. A painted and fancy at i o cents. Wash fabrics five cases Faney dress oink hams. At i 2 i -2 cents. Two Hundred pieces striped Plain and Check my Gingham 20 pieces stylish american sat teens. At 25 and 35 cents. French sateen. At 50 cents. Mat taste sat teens. The newest Wash goods. at $25 and $28. White and Cream Cashmere and Albatross richly embroidered Roik a. Fancy coloured laces and embroideries to match any of the above goods. Thompson to resign. It is reported that e. G. Thom Hie lot of too artistic Al a Yod handles Worth parasols parasols although Tho inroads made on this Stock was great the daily addition has kept Pace with the Rush. This week we offer marvelous bargains. At $3.50. Fifty coaching styles changeable silk and fancy embroidered Satin Paragon Frame a big Job Worth $5.00. At $1.50. Sixty Ecru Pongee Paragon frames. At $3.50. Ecru Pongee lined trimmed with handsome silk Lake. At $5, $6 and $7. Mikado Yum Yurn and Nan a poo styles. We do not need to sing the praises of our lace department ourselves. Other folks do that for us. Every customer is an advertisement. Here Are some of the quotations for this week at i o and i 2 i-2c. Egyptian and Oriental laces 3 inches wide. At 20 and 25c. Egyptian and Oriental Iii White beige fancy Navy Blue. Brown Aud Tan. At 30 and 36c seven inches wide in tile above styles. At 45 cents. White and beige 13 inches wide and at �6c White Ecru and beige is inches wide. Box dress Robes. Robe pattern to Yards India Linen with a Yards of embroidery in two widths at $2.60. Ten Yards Fine Linen do inde a Yards of Beautiful embroidery at $3.50. Fancy Elimere and canvass cloth Robes with coloured embroidery trimming at $9, $12 and $14. Pongee dress Ato $10.50 i a a Robes at $7 $10.50 and $20. H. Kampmann president Otto Koehler Sec. And manager a Lone Star celebrated lager and specially brewed select bottled Beer guaranteed absolutely pure. San Antonio. Texas. White l i m v and Cement f. W. Mcallister amp Bro. 201, 203 and 206 s. Alamo St. Cor. Villita Han Antonio Tea a we Are wholesale and retail dealers in Austin White Lime Best brands of dark Rosendale and imported English Portland cements plaster o. Paris and Long Goat hair and would Aik you to Call or write us for prices before purchasing else where. Please mention this paper. Fit ease and Comfort. Men s Pebble Goat shoes made to order for $2 75. Menus gaiters made to order from $3 75 menus calf boots made to order from $8 of. Repairing while you wait. Menus working shoes made to order from $2 50. Menus shoes half Soled and heeled from 75c. I ladies shoes half Soled and heeled from 50c. Golden Boot ands i0estore s. B. Witchell agent no. 9 Houston Street next to Smithy Robinsons stables. F. By my Ang. A. Hampel oysters fish. And game. Riverside cafe restaurants and at a choir 8 Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya streets fair lunch Ami meals at ail hours. Polite waiters in attendance. Everything served in first cows style 7-28-bm Arkansas pass railway notes. Six car loads of horses arrived on yesterday evenings train Frow Walton station and transferred to the International and great Northern Railroad to be shipped North. A Large shipment of Stock is expected to arrive this evening. Grading is completed 25 Miles from Beeville and there Are Camps working out As far As 40 Miles from there. The grading to the Gulf will be Oom bleed by the end of july and trains will e running to Arkansas pass not later than september 1st. The name of the Glrst station beyond Beeville which is to Miles will be Arkansas and the name of the second station 20 Miles Distant will be pop outta from this it will be seen that the company intend having stations established about every to Miles. From the preparations the company Are making for the excursion to Morrow we predict for those who Are invited a pleasant time. More dwellings. Or. Emil Guenther has received a commission from a or. Abney of Lampasas to draw up plans for a Tine residence that gentleman expects to erect there. He has also been commissioned to draw plans for a residence soon to be erected by or. L. G. Grothaus Tom w. Howard the former manager of Turner opera House is now the travelling Advance agent for Andress carnival of novelties and trained animal show which is now playing at lot Angelos. His company will possibly visit san Antonio in August. He says his company is making Money even during the Dull season and charges Only 25 and 50 cents admission. Tbs Only genuine Whittaker Bam just received at Emanuel Abrahams Corner military Plaza and Trevino Avenue. 6-ll-8t settled again. I am now at no. 3 West Commerce Street giving the Pullo by Small expenses better goods in the tobacco line than Ever before. Am making a specially of imported cigars a larger or better variety cannot be found anywhere at Domestic prices and invite connoisseurs to inspect my Stock of Tine goods such As a up Mann so Cubas a a la Rosas a a Henry a Lazos a a Zintl dads a a a Suarez tel telephones a Etc. Sim Hart the Square Tobb amp conist West Side com. St. Bridge no. 3 recorders court. There was an increase in the number of a evil doers in the court this morning and a Good collection was taken up from them for the City till w. Stumberg keeping a filthy hog pen $5. J. Webb Selling tainted meat tog. W. M. Samuel from his meat stand on West Commerce Street $10. Becinte Gonzales fighting. $5. Otto Arning drunk and disorderly $5. Loo Mason fighting $5. Mrs. Magerstadt lighting $5. 8. Currington drunk and disorderly $5 John Humphries disorderly $5. Minerva Johnson disorderly $5. Tom Orviss lighting continued. A w. S. Grayson in the Bat Cave for want of Ball. J. Lusk lighting $5. John Waddell lighting dismissed. F. J. Cochran vagrant continued. Loebman vagrant continued. Lon Mason is a White woman who lives among negroes and is a full blown specimen of degradation. Justice Crawford a court. Pub state is. Allisia for swearing in lie. State is. F. Ashley assault. State is. Cristobal Gonzaba assault. State is. James Angus disturbing the peace. Or. Angus plead guilty and was lined in a District court. The divorce suit of mrs. Beitel against her husband was continued to the september term. The Case bids fair to he highly sensational in its developments. It is a Case of Crim nation and re crime nation Aud will be fought to the a bitter the court then took up the Case of f. E. Grothous is. George Witte and will probably be too pied with it All Day. A Auhl a liquid Breed by the bottle or dozen can be found by calling at Emanuel grahams Corner military Plaza Aud Trevino Avenue. $-ll-6t Ibon general superintendent stationed at to Upton for the g. H. A s. A. Railroad has resigned his resignation to take effect july 15th. Who is to be bus successor has not yet been made known but when the above mentioned Date arrives a great Many changes Are expected to be made As such is generally the Case when a new superintendent is appointed. A Small Fine. / Selling tainted meat in the Market by butchers is not Only a fraud on the purchaser the taking of Money for a thing that in worthless but it is a grave offence against the Public health. Webb who keeps a meat stand on West Commerce Street was this morning tried in the recorders court and fluid $10 for i Selling unsound meat but the Fine was too Low. It should have been $25 at least. _ Amateur Ochiltree. Two Well known Young men of this City both of whom possess Fine blooded Hunting dogs were overheard the other Day boasting of the line qualities of their dogs and their Superior intelligence. Said Young Man no. In i started out Bunting the other Day and whistled my i dog but he would riot follow me. I could not make it out what was the matter and so left him behind. I found out Why it was though for when i attempted to Load my gun my cartridges would not fit being the wrong size. Wonderful but that dog somehow found it out before i Young Man no.2-ob, that a nothing extraordinary. I was going Down Commerce Street the other Day with my dog running ahead of me. Suddenly a gentleman stepped out of a adore along the Way and As soon As the dog saw him he came to a stand and began pointing. I tried to fall him along and to solve the mystery i approached the gentleman and asked him if he could explain the reason. He told me his name was Partridge and i knew the reason a a a .1.1 a a a overworked. Miss Annie West one of the Pullo school teachers who has Laboured so hard during the past school term has been stricken with typhoid fever and is seriously ill. The fever was no doubt by Perl duped by anxiety and worry about the approaching teachers examination in july and it would not be surprising of others of the lady teachers would not become ill and unable to with stand the severe Strain put upon them for the last six months. The new High Arm Quot cd persons desiring to Purchase a really first Oil a sewing machine the Best on the desiring in a Market which will last a Quarter of a Cen Tury. Doing first Elas new improved a thing Khz a work should Ace the with High arum Light running and almost noiseless. No other machine will do so wide a Range Aud so flue a Quality of work so speedily and satisfactory As this. Trauch offices in the principal cities where it May be seen and agents for the Sale of it Are in almost every town throughout the state. It tor Mimi comr see Nile Texas general office for Texas and Mexico. What a Ina name How the equilibrium of a Sun Antonian wan upset in Austin. Since Peter Loiselle has been at the Austin Avenue hotel a regular menu has been issued and stylish French names for dishes Are used. During the recent printers excursion a citizen of Sar Antonio got hold of the menu and ordered various dishes including Petit pols a Naturel Green peas when the dinner was served he examined it and said a Walter you be made a mistake in my dinner i wanted some of that pointing to the Petit pols item a and you have brought me when the ebonized waiter explained to the laughter of the guests at the table that the names were identical the san Antonian blushed a deeper red and Aioli glazed by saying a Well that la do but its the Esrnest name Everl heard Given to peas. A tired waiting. Old or. Zumberge living in the second Ward was tined $7 by the recorder this morning for keeping hogs within the proscribed limits of the Cit maintaining the nuisance hours got tired of waiting for the sanitary inspector to come around and complained against Bim themselves. At san Pedro Park. Prof. Cathcart has disbanded his for Mer troupe that gave exhibitions at the san Pedro Springs and has organized another and much stronger one composed of seven members and will give exhibitions thursday Friday saturday and sunday nights each week. Sam Johnson a Celebration. Sam Johnson the Well known Gardener and Horticulturist will celebrate the 21st anniversary of his Freedom next sunday in erecting a Ane flagpole. Sam was born in the year 1839, in Hancock county Georgia was formerly owned by a relative or Jeff Davia. He came the Texas in 1865, As a Volunteer Soldier in the United states army and was mustered out in san Antonio in february 1866. Sam says his old master was always kind to him and he never had any cause to run away from Home and would like to go Back to see the old White folks once More before he Dies. The Flag staff will be erected at 308 Victoria Street in the fourth Ward which is to be formally dedicated at i of clock. He invites All his friends and the Public to attend. Several prominent speakers will address the gathering and Sam will serve Beer and cigars and Tot free. Try and for ills neigh the water theatrical dancing. If any of the san Antonio ladies or to indulge Long nurtured longings for theatrical stage Fame a Means has at last been provided for their pre ration and thorough training in at East one of the most important branches of the business. Prof. M. Cathcart Bas opened a dancing Academy at san Pedro Park and proposes to instruct in the Art of theatrical dancing besides All other branches of dancing. Reported a missing or. Louis Piaget a Young Frenchman employed As manager of messes of Connor a Sullivan a ranch in this county is reported As missing from the ranch for two Days. It is not known if the Rumor is True but the Young Man has had a great Deal of trouble Reoe utly and May have say his friends either made away with himself or been murdered. His employers. Messes. Of Connor a Sullivan say they received word from him two Days ago but nothing later. Grand auction sate. Will be sold thursday june 17, 1886, at 405 West Commerce Street Terrell bloc Kat to a. Rn., Large lot of line furniture piano carpets Etc., of lady leaving for Brazil also for account shipper lot plated Wie to wry. In a a a a a june to All to be sold without limit for Cash. Geckos Pearson 0-15-2fc auctioneer
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