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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - March 10, 1891, San Antonio, Texas San Antonio daily Light published at san Antonio. Bexar county. Texas. And registered at the Post office As second class mail matter. Volume Xii number 44 san Antonio Texas tuesday. March to. 1891. Price $5 a year Lockwood National Bank. San Antonio Texas. J. S. Lockwood president j. Or in. Cashier. Safe Deposit vaults. A Export cd Maks Earl 1 i tax is. A. Brewing Assn. A xxx Pearl Beer. The purest Aud Best. Delivered to Raj part of the Ama the renowned clairvoyant 4#� Acequia Stre to san Antonio Texas a High compliment to Blaine. Washington d. March or. Lauras Loomis of new York waited of Secretary Illane at the state department and presented a testimonial from wholesale dry goods merchants exporters and others of the City. Of new York irrespective of party expressing heir appreciation of his action in the matter of reciprocity with Brazil and their Trust that a the Wise and far seeing policy thus inaugurated May be extended to other South american nations thus materially in creasing the commercial Prosperity of the United the testimonial contained the signatures of nearly 200 prominent business men representing an invested capital of $60,000,000. It was enclosed in a handsome Morocco Case suitably inscribed. A Bloomin Confederate. Pensacola. Fla., March . T. A. Lafar of this City in a Twenty two Page pamphlet has announced himself a candidate for the seat in the United states Senate made vacant by the expiration of Wilkinson Callas term. The doctor will depend mainly upon his War record for support having been in charge of the Hospital service in South Carolina and other Southern states during the late unpleasantness. He was a warm personal Friend of the late Jefferson Davis and has numerous letters from that gentleman As Well As other distinguished southerners attesting the Good work he performed during the War. Bearme stable. Washington Maroa 19�?the ramp cig stable of the late senator Hearst will be maintained and the raising of thoroughbred horses will be continued by or. W. R. Hearst son of the dead senator and j. I. Follansbee. Or. Hearst said today that the twelve or fifteen horses now located at sheep head Bay will carry out their engagements during the coming season. Amnesty declared. Squakim March . Grenfell commander of the egyptian army read to an Assembly of sheiks from All parts of the Soudan yesterday the Khedive s proclamation of general amnesty. The proclamation was received with fervent cries of loyalty by the sheiks. General rejoicing followed and in the evening the town was illuminated. Fenato death. Winnipeg min March to. A a beg Ina dispatch reports that Rev. Father Graton Catholic priest of Regina was found dead this morning five Miles outside of the City having perished from cold and exhaustion while returning from the elections. Latest telegraphic. A88001ated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time ongoing to press. A a incendiary out. March evening incendiaries bound and gagged the night watchman at Hess or furniture factory and then fired the premises which were totally destroyed. Sugar regulations. Washington March commissioner of internal Revenue is rapidly putting the sugar Bount regu lations into shape although they will not be Complete for two or three weeks As yet. A Noble suicides. Chicago March Erickson Twenty two years of age and the son of a swedish Nobleman committed suicide by shooting himself through the heart at 937 commercial Avenue this afternoon. World s fair Man dead. Chicago March . Thomas Weston assistant in the Bureau of promotion and publicity of the worlds columbian exposition died last evening of pneumonia. Warehouses under water. Yazoo City March merchants Standard and Alliance Cotton warehouses Are All submerged and the Cotton is being moved As rapidly As possible to places of safety. Weather Cool and Cloudy. Fruit filled. Jefferson tex., March a very hard rain late sunday evening the weather turned very cold and Snow fell for about an hour during the night. It is feared much damage has been done the fruit crop. Mining Plant. Las Cruces n. M., March . W. T. Thornton of Santa be one of the principal owners of the Bennett Stephenson property has just completed arrangements for the erection of a concentrator at the mine no Irish funds. Louisville ky., March Emerald Branch of the Irish land league met sunday night and adopted a Resolution that they would give no Money or other Aid to either of the factions of the National party in great Baltian. Cursing Salsbury. London March tories Are cursing lord Salisbury under their breath for the cynical frankness of his references at the chamber of Commerce dinner speech on wednesday on the labor questions and the new Royal commission. Pie and cigarettes. Baltimore md., March . Smith a youth of 17, died from excessive indulgence in cigarettes and Washington pie. Smith had been boarding at the boys Home where his growing weakness and emaciation have been a matter of concern. Democratic Hopes. Washington March upon the Assumption that the president is going to appoint two or three democrats under the recent Law providing for nine circuit judges members of that party Are moving to secure the appointment of representative Culberson of Texas. Trains suspended. Aberdeen miss ugly Cave in of the Blanton a Cut on the Aberdeen division of the Illinois Central Railroad occurred last night which together with obstructions at Kelly a and Bollis has temporarily suspended business on that division of the Road. High water coming. Santa be n. M., March reports from the Mountain Region com rising the watersheds of the Rio Grande and the Rio Pecos can be relied upon the greatest volume of water that has fallen in Twenty years is in store for the lower Valley this Spring. A a heavy Rains. Florence ala., March heaviest rainfall Ever known Here fell last night. The Guage showed 4 inches in ten hours. The Tennessee River Rose 7 feet in Twenty hours and is now 23 feet and is rising 3 inches an hour. Serious results Are expected in the Tennessee Valley As the River is reported booming above and the indications Are for More rain. Like san Antonio. Montreal Canada March general traffic manager Reeves of the Canadian grand trunk r�?Ty., says his Road brought Over 400 or 600 canadians from the United states to vote late telegrams boiled Down from private. Special and other sources. Against the government and that he would like the stars and stripes to float Over every mile of the Road. Uvalde reports Frost and crops damaged. Northwest cattlemen a convention is in session at Dallas. Wells jewelry store at fort Worth robbed of $2,500 in goods. The Streator party in the Illinois election seem knocked out. Six thousand miners resume work in the m Monga Hela Valey. California legislature passes a modified australian ballot Law. The wheat Market is still Strong and Active and sales higher. Kansas House and Senate Are wide apart Oil the appropriation Bills. The roads in Minnesota Are impassible on account of Snow drifts. Gibson Miller a cons printing House at Omaha destroyed loss $100,000. Mills is swinging around the Circle on his Way Home from Washington. Rev. Christiana sans Texas missionary in 1832, Dies at Joliet aged 79. Mondays voting at Springfield iii., was not significant. No quorum present. The anti Parnell faction hold successful meetings at Helton Aud Sil sea. Parnell had to secure police Protection sunday on his return to Donaldson. The archbishop of Cork denounces All attempts to hold Parnell meetings. The hennes8y murderers will rely on establishing an Alibi As their defense. Josiah Morris Dies at Montgomery Alabama aged 73, Worth nearly $5,-000,000. Dallas strongly petitions mayor Connor to be a candidate for re Letlon. The president did not leave on hts Delaware Duck Hunt until monday afternoon. The St. Louis and san Francisco Road will increase its capital Stock to $10,000,000. The Gulf ports were All too shallow for that dry Dock site so say the Cornin missioners. Supreme court u. S. Decides the new Orleans drainage Case against appellants. England is swept by fearful gales and loss of shipping and Slock is very heavy. August Belmont is chairman of Board of directors of the Louisville and Nashville. The property to be secured by the government for the dry Dock site is eld at $160,000. No frosts have interfered with fruits or crops in Dewitt county and the coast Region. The Louisiana peach crop has been killed by the rain sleet Hail and fro t of the past week. Sentence is affirmed against the negro bulldozers in Baton Rouge Parish la. And they go up for 20 years. The american refrigerator company is extending its service Over the Pacific and Cotton Belt lines. The states of Mississippi Aud Alabama and parts of Tennessee Are flooded and railway traffic suspended. The democrats set Houston the u. S. Treasurer Down As very much disgruntled at president Harrison. The Republican Senate has the Granger House in the Kansas legislature where it cannot help itself. Mcgregor of the u. S. Treasury department resigns and is made immigrant inspector at puget sound. Speaker elders Bill recommending 20 per cent reduction in Kansas freights does not pass committee. The medical commission of Madrid report favouring the total suspension of treatment by the Koch method. Secretary of War Proctor has left Washington on a tour of inspection of the military posts of the Southwest. The Ball High school building Galveston catches fire from the Furnace but fire is extinguished without damage. Prince Jerome Napoleon nears death. His sister refuses to enter his room while Madam Anissy is present. The a Erdheim treatment for consumption by blood transfusion is much More fatal than the Koch treatment. Kansas House passes Senate Bill making eight hours Legal Day labor for state county and municipal employees. Sex minister to Liberia Smith wants president Harrison to appoint a coloured Man to represent the race at the worlds fair. The republicans in California legislature have of votes out of the 120 in both bodies. Balloting for senator commences today. Tile u. 8. Steamer Monterey will be launched on the Pacific coast about april 5, when it is expected that the president will be in san Francisco. Little telegrams. The Coosa River near Rome ga., Rose two feet yesterday. Alabama River is 41 feet 7 inches above Low water a Rise of 7 feet 7 inches in the last 30 hours. President Harrison has killed 48 ducks in one Day during his recent trip. Spooner of new York says be done to want the president to give him any office. The River at Arkansas City raised 2-10 of a foot the past Day and is now 45 and 7-Loths. The worst of the High water in Tennessee is Over and the Waters Are receding. Chattanooga tenn., is preparing to receive the Secretary of War and his party tonight and will show them the Chickamauga Battle Field tomorrow. New Orleans grand jury Are investigating the attempted bribery of jurors of the Hennessy murder Case. In one half of Ireland the potato crop is a failure due to the planting of Champion seed which cannot resist disease. King jumbo Lac and the Royal family Are in attendance at Prince Jerome a bedside whose death is hourly expected. Surrogate Ransom of new York accepts the testimony of the death of Rob. Ray Hamilton and admits the will to probate. The Boyd Esse testing the constitutionality of the Mckinley Bill comes before the supreme court last monday in april. The electric suspension company of Chicago to transport freight and passengers like the Cash delivery in stores is incorporated. Democrats at Frisco Ca cussed last night and agreed to compliment Coucher and Coleman by nominating them for the u. A Senate the citizens committee of Chicago offered the nomination for mayor to both judge Gresham and sex senator Farwell but were refused. An English husband forcibly abducts his wife and carries her to a House barricaded by himself and friends where he defies arrest. He wants her Fortune and she wont live with him. Lady Dilke Sticks to her husband most devotedly and declares that he will yet be vindicated. He has not decided to run for parliament. Lord Salisbury has induced Queen vie to drop the Empress Frederick a quarrel with France and the pm Gross her daughter has gone Back to Ermany while vie will go to France alone. At fort Worth. Fort Worth March robbery of b. C. Wells jeweler while at supper last night of three thousand dollars Worth watches and diamonds is followed today by the discovery that Vav. C. Zey Freist whose jewelry store was robbed several weeks ago has recovered the most of the stolen property by paying Ransom for it. A dream verified. Chillicothe o. March en-Glneer Dillon dreamed a Rock had fallen on the track of the Danville Macksville a southwestern at Suther Wood and wrecked his engine. He refused to go out on his engine this morning until he telegraphed ahead and sure enough found that a Large Rock had fallen on the track at that place and it took several hours to remove it. Prostrated by paralysis. Today at i of clock or. Hailey medical director general of the military department of Texas was prostrated by a severe Shock of paralysis which rendered him unconscious and which he will hardly survive he was alone in his office and feeling the premonitory symptoms of this stroke approaching sent for his As Festant telling him of the fact and to get ready immediately for his departure for hot Springs where h i expected to find Relief. I Fly had he spoken than he fell to the floor unconscious. He is now at his residence on government Hill where his wife and medical experts Are attending him. Alabama with her inexhaustible deposits of Coal and Iron which can be floated by Ber marvelous system of Rivers to her seaport Mobile has the deepest interest in the development of american shipping and May be congratulated on having two senators of the brains of Morgan Pugh to represent her in the efforts toward encouragement by National legislation. Under the stimulus of this postal subsidy Mobile will not Only soon have several lines of steamers to foreign ports but will become a great shipbuilding Point. Her position As the nearest port of the Gulf to the Centre of production of the Northwest her Harbor secure from foes or storms and the ample Channel the Engineer department is now completing fix her destiny As the chief commercial City of the future South. Her cheap Iron splendid Timber and Superb climate will assert themselves in attracting to her water front vast shipbuilding at last. The Public mind appeased. The immoral Clemenceau Case novel ventilated be Tore a refined audience. The Clemenceau Case Oue of the most horrible tales of social ufos from the French Ever translated was put on the grand opera House stage in Fleron a dramatic version to a packed audience last night. Those who had read the Book were there and Many who had not read it because they had not been Able to secure a copy were also there. Then others were there who expected to see and Hoar something racy., these of course constituted Many Bald headed old Fellows married Mea and others. The gentler sex was represented in full Force and bravely sat out the broadest of allusions to what is generally even Tabooed in the sol i test society of Boston. Nobody was disappointed except perhaps those who came to see. They saw Only a Beautiful woman miss Biggar As a statue Model attired in skin tights from neck to toes and that ouly for two Brief seconds by a Stop watch. A line array of artists support the cast and won encomium from the practice Habitude and critics or. Jordan As a constant in and miss Boa Man As the countess being especially praised. Miss Biggar is a finished actress and rendered her difficult role of i a with great perfection. As Pierre the husband or. Vav Elles was quite Good though hardly Cronk enough in the quarrel scenes for a r Frenchman. Tile costumes worn were Rich and Iii taste and Tho furnishings of the stage were fully in accordance with the requirements. A second production will be Given tonight and seats Are Selling very rapidly. Quite As Large an attendance tonight As last night May to expected. State legislature. The Senate which has not yet discovered that the head of the army and the head of the Navy have both died since the legislature convened spread themselves on a picture of that self elected in american Jefferson Davis of unhappy Mem a rented order 3�?T<k 0coples senator Franks Bill for the Protection of Buffalo Deer and Antelope from Wanton destruct Jon passed. Senate postpones consideration of the substitute commission Bill and passes Bill requiring attorney general to Institute suit for recovery of such school lands As the purchasers thereof have not secured valid title to by complying with the terms of Purchase. Senator pages Bill for a state Revenue agent w Hose business its to look after the revenues of the state examine books and accounts of assessors and collectors and expenditures of state institution Etc passes salary was fixed at id. Per Day for time employed Carters Bill passes appropriating $50,-000 for girls Industrial school. The sunday Bill closing business oily Between the hours of 9 and 4, was up but final action was postponed until monday March of. Glascock s census Bill for the More perfect enrolment of school children is do Feu ted by one vote. In the House the Road Bill taken up and All Tho Bills covering this subject were referred to a special committee to examine and report a measure. The judiciary committee sent up favourable report on the Tilson Resolution which recites Itiat As under present arrangement of judicial districts in Texas. Great inequality injustice and extravagance prevails and judicious re District ing of the state would afford great Relief the work of be distracting Tho state int judicial districts be entered upon by the legislature at Tho same time with Thi work of redistricting into representative senatorial and congressional districts. Bill passed for revising Tho statutes o the state by Throe commissioners with salary of 12,500each work limited Toon year. Tho Dallas and Grayson counties Roa it Bill passed with amendments including the counties of Galveston Collins Travis Denton Kaufman Fayette Brown. Co Manche Mills Hill Hunt and Fannin speaker Milner appointed Owsiey Truitt Mccu Hingham Erskine and my Eiwen special committee to consider am report the Road Bill. A a a a a the courthouse site. The Shocklett Block the favorit of the thirteen proposals of Sites for la new courthouse that offered by or. Shaklett seems to be the Best and to i favored by most of the citizens. This is is hip Block situated on the North we Corner of military Plaza. The property fronts 173 feet on can Eron it is perfectly situated offering Southern and Eastern exposure. The a Pedro Creek forms its West line to building can be so placed As to be we set Back from the streets. When the a Cave is torn away Hie site will com Man the Square. This site is Worth 130.000 More to the county than any site offered because c its proximity to the jail it being so hated just across Tho Street. There but ing no site offered Oast of the River to matter is reduced to the Sites on the we Side. The Price asked for the Shaklett pre Perty seems to be the Only objection is understand that if it is selected Pelva subscriptions will greatly reduce to figure it is proposed at. Southern afternoon press Assoc to on at new Orleans yesterday dec de to hold the next meeting at lout Ville in May and the annual Meetor in september at Dallas Politz the Craven italian on Tri for murder in new Orleans fell on h Knees in the court room today Ai said a a Seaffidi killed him a menu Ess

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