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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - March 14, 1891, San Antonio, Texas San Antonio daily Light. Published St san Antonio. Bexar county. Texas. And registered at the Rost Orfio As second class mail matter. Volume Al number 48 san Antonio. Texas. Saturday. March 14. 1891 pries $5 a year lock National Bank. Sam Antonio. Texas. I. 8. Lockwood present ,cashier. Safe Deposit vaults. Iras. A. Brewing Pearl Beer. The purest Aud Bent. Delivered to any part of the Ama Ollk renowned clairvoyant 49 Acequia sire to san Antonio Texas Little telegrams. A Large drug House the Sherman House Aud Hooley a theatre Chicago partly burned today. Damage will de $100,000. Insane any i my 7 Miles from Nashville with 6 Iii mates burned last night. Two Large fires in the wholesale Quarter Syracuse n. Y. Help has been asked for. Three men killed in a fight near Maxey ga., last night. Contests dads will. Boston mass., March 14.�?miss Mary Tuckerman daughter of the Well known essayist contests her fathers will which devises his property to a Cousin instead of herself. Knopps Anim Lehmann. From the German Staatz Zeitung j Knopps Lehman please Tell me How it is possible that the times newspaper has been arrested for libel. This paper has always considered it the highest Honor to be the Tail end of the administration and yet it has been arrested by it Lehmann i suppose Knopps that the times wanted to appear very important and As its importance did no to seem to be fully appreciated it proposed to Call attention to its weighty character by throwing a Little Knopps a Well i done to think it was treated fairly in this matter. Why even Barnes a Coll who is a sort of local editor of that paper and who during Tho whole City election wagged with the ring and fairly barked for Joy when it won has been also arrested. Lehmann a i am also very much surprised that he should he arrested or Barking so much and so prettily Asho Knopps a you Forg a Hough Lehmann that the election is. W Over and his Barking is not Needer my longer and he ought to have known hat one arts kicked for looking too ram Especial when he looks on the wrong Lehmann Well i Hope he will Boex used this a Knopps a so do a Little girls s experience in a Lighthouse. Or. And mrs. Loren Trescott Are keepers of the government Lighthouse at Sand Beach midi., and Are blessed with a daughter four years old. Last april she was taken Down with measles followed with a dreadful cough Aud turning into foyer. Doctors at Home Aud at Detroit treated Hor but in vain she grew worse rapidly until she was a Mere a handful of Bones a then she tried or. Kings new discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles was completely cured. They say or. Kings new discovery is Worth its weight in Gold yet you May get a trial bottle free at drains Thompson pfc drug store. 3-11-1 in latest telegraphic. Associated press dispatches and state specials. Late telegrams up to the time of going to press the i net Ora fond. New York March 14.�?the $50,000 Windom fund has been raised in this City and in Washington. Canard dividends. Liverpool March 14.�?the Cunard steamship company declare a dividend of 4 per cent for the year. Mills friends Washington March 14.�?roger q. Mills friends claim 75 votes for him on the first ballot for speaker ship. Republican ticket. St. Louis March 14 a the republicans of this City have decided to put a full ticket in the Field for City officers. Rio Grande Rise. Albuquerque n. March 14.�? for the first time in six years a disastrous flood in the Rio Grande seems imminent. Shuts Down for want of Corn. Louisville March 14.�?w. 8. Harris distillery shuts Down owing to High Price of Corn and the weak demands for whisky. Salisbury a supper Ness. Washington d. C., March 14.�? lord Salisbury a reply to or Blaines n it the is what lawyers term a confession and avoidance. Dominion parliament. Ottawa March 14.�?dominion parliament will meet april 29th, but not for a Long session. It will probably finish its business by the Middle of june. Bridge building. Poplar Bluff mo., March 14.�? work has commenced on the $8,000 Bridge Over Black River by the City the contractors expect to finish it by july 4. Candidate for mayor. Chicago March 14.�?elmer e. Washington sex chief of the u. 8, secret service accepts a nomination As mayor of Chicago on the Ludepen Dent ticket. It is an open question whether luckless Simpson wants brains or Hose most. His feet needs covering and his head need filling. Turkey at the fair. Constantinople March 14.�?turkey will Send to the worlds fair at Chicago copies of ail newspaper periodicals and books published in the Empire since the accession of the present emperor. Marine band tour. Washington d. C., March 14.�? the celebrated United states Marine Rand is preparing to Start on ail extended musical educational tour of thirty five of the principal cities of the country. After the Ivory. Hartford conn., March 14.�?an English Syndicate is after the piano key Board manufacturers of this City Aud Vicinity which use 2-3 of the elephant Ivory imported to this country. A Post master for is years. Platteville wis., March 14.�? Celestin Kaltenbach the oldest postmaster is dead. He was commissioned 53 years ago at Peoria and held the office until his death. Boiled Down from private special and other sources. The National re organizes. Kansas City mo., March 14.�?the american National Bank re organizes with Andrew Drumm As president and j. E. Mckee cashier. A big Orange pile. Los Angelos cal., March 14.�?the state Citrus fair which opened Here thursday exceeds in Beauty that of last year. Eight counties Are represented and Over 1,000,000 oranges were used Iii the designs and exhibits. Suicides for cause. Sioux City lo., March 14.�?f. A. Sale of Canton South Dakota banker and Democrat politician suicides having lost his Fortune in Chicago speculations. Blaine s Secretary. Havanna March 14.�?dent, James g. Blaines private Secretary visits Saga and will Call the attention of the Spanish government to the need of a Lighthouse at Cayo Christo where shipwrecks Are frequent. A Cowboy collapse. Albuquerque n. M. March 14.�? Madge Holey Leader of a gang of Cowboy roughs who have terrorized the Tragus was severely beaten by conductor Roberts and then jumped onto by the passengers whom Bebel insulted. He was thrown out at Navajo station for people Eise. Cuero Canning factory is looking for a site. New York Silver Market ranges higher. Germany still quarantines the american hog. Mcdonald Parnellie member from Sligo is dead. Louisiana shuts out importations of Texas Stock. Snyder a attorneys apply for a change of venue. Parnell issues his manifesto to the Irish americans. Gov. Hogg signs that unsavoury fellow servants Bill. Beeville tender vegetables suffer slightly from Frost. Ireland ha9 Only subscribed �727 to the Parnell fund. The weather maintains its severity in Southwest England. The Rumor of Balmaceda a assail nation is not confirmed. Texas mexican wreck near Benevi Des no one seriously Hurt. The Liberal English platform gives prominence to Irish Home Rule. Mccomber sends the first Wool of the season to san Angelo Market. The opinion grows that general elections will be held in England this fall. President Harrison and party returned to Washington Friday afternoon. Part of the Warsaw ramparts have been destroyed by the overflow of the Vistula. The Arkansas electric Light ice cold storage fish and Oyster Plant sold for $260,000. It lakes 63 votes toe Leot in the California legislature Estee leads with 34 Voles. The cold norther of thursday night was very severe on poor and old Range Stock. Wyoming merchants and citizens Are prohibited from Selling rifles to the indians. Gladstone has consulted with his colleagues and will soon Issue his Liberal programme. The Gladstone platform sweeps the Board with Radical labor and educational measures. A break is reported Between sir John Macdonald and the Dominion a Ace tary of state. The Arkansas pass land company is making great preparation for its Sale next wednesday. Warsaw is inundated and the crops of Southwest Russia Are severely damaged by storms. England accepts Blaines propos Tiou As to basis of arbitration on the Behring sea matters. Central insane Asylum Nashville. Tenn., Burns and 6 inmates burned to death in one Wing. Blaine sailed for Europe last wednesday to further reciprocity with Spain a big Island Cuba. Memorial Sei vices Over the deceased members of the 21st legislature were held in Austin Friday night. West of Taunton England and Between that place Aud Plymouth there Are five trains snowed in. Attorney general Miller says president Harrison has the right to appoint the circuit judges during vacation. Missouri House passes the Farmers freight Bill it reduces Crelghton farm machinery and products about 25 per cent. Smiley census agent on fisheries Section has been relieved from duty pending investigation into charges of official misconduct. The official copy of the Bill for cession and Transfer of Indian lands has just reached the office of the Interior department. After lands Are allotted in severally under the new i Diau act the agents Are to Divide the lands into counties of 900 Square Miles each agents Are on their Way to the Fox and Kiowa indians to allot their lands in severally. Four months Are allowed for the allotment. Parnell is severely criticised for spending the time with mrs. Of Shea when the question of ire and a ditties was brought up by Balfour. The United states grape crop of 1889 was 672,139 tons out of which was manufactured 24,306.905 salons of wine and 1,872,195 boxes of raisins. From present indications without More rain it is estimated that the Mississippi will stand 44 feet at Helena and 47.5 at Vicksburg and that no serious danger is to be apprehended. American Steamer suevia is in distress Oft Lizard and a tug sent to re Lief was not Able to reach her on account of stress of weather. The search for the vessel continues. The organization of the mexican development company is effected to build a Road from Deming to Salt Lake City. From Deming to Corralitos 140 Miles will be built by september i. A corrupt jury s set aside. Verdict indignant at Justice Defeated new Orleans people reek bloody vengeance on the italians. New Orleans March 14, 10 16 immense indignation meeting Bas just been held at the Clay statue on canal Street Ani fully three thousand persons Are now marching to Congo Square which is within three Hundred Yards of the Parish prison. The men composing the crowds Are fully determined and within a few minutes a demand will no do fit be roads of the sheriff for the surrender of the sicilians now in prison charged with Hennessy a a assassination. The meeting at Clay statue adjourned to the Parish prison which was Boon surrounded by several thousand people. The doors were forced open and it is known that six of the sicilian assassins have been killed As follows Manuel poll Al Pietro Monasterio Antonio Sac Tell Joseph p. Macbee Antonio marches Antonio Bagnetto. The excitement is without Bounds. Polizze he sicilian who feigned insanity during his recent trial was taken out of the Parish prison led to Congo Square and Hung. They Are now looking for Dominick of Malley. The detective who was instrumental in packing the jury and when found he will be Hung. The crowd that cd heeled around the Parish prison must have numbered ten thousand. The prisoners were killed in the Yard of the prison. To Lizzy was Bung to a lamp Post and cagnetto to a tree on the Middle ground in front of the prison. Both were riddled with bullets. The crowd is now dispersing but search for of Malley is now going on. The scenes at and about the Clay statue this morning brought to mind the uprising of september nearly sixteen years ago. Ten of clock Haduo yet struck Aud a vast multitude was already congregated on canal Street almost filling up the Large space from curb to curb on each slip of the Quot Boulevard. At to of clock w. 8. Parker son j in c. Wickliffe and others who signed the Call for the mass meeting came up. A fall in fait in a was the cry and amidst deafening shouts several of the crowd formed a procession which went around the railing several times. Cries for Parker Sou and Wickliffe arose Aud soon these gentlemen had ascended the Steps. They stood erect and motionless surveying the surging multitude from whose ranks there gleamed faces full of resolve and determination. There were fully three thousand people within earshot and More could be seen struggling pushing and running Here Aud there on the Neutral ground. Street cars were unable to pass through and carriages carts wagons cabs and vehicles. Of All description were halted. The people were about to exercise their mighty prerogative to move out of the Way. There was a fixed purpose to hear what they expected would be said and do what ail outraged Community Felt should be done. Paterson spoke first. He said that once before he had appeared before the people in a grand mass meeting assembled to discuss a matter vital to the interests of the Community and again faced the people of new Orleans to denounce Tho most infamous act which was consequent upon the most revolting crime in the annals of any Community. That act w As the finding of murder trial yesterday and that crime was As every body knows the foul assassination of the chief of police. A i desire neither Fame nor name nor glory a said Parker Sou. A i am a Plain american citizen and As such Aud As a Good citizen i am John c. Wickliffe was the next speaker. He spoke in about the sum Strain. The indignant citizens reached the Parish prison at 10 80 tins morning. Their officers were w. S Paterson Captain j. D. Houston first lieutenant j. Wickliffe second lieutenant. Many men were armed with Winchester rifles Aud revolvers protruded from Many pockets. As the crowd marched away a cheer rent the air that could he heard squares away. The police did not interfere in any Way with the proceedings. The broke in the Side Gate of the Parish prison and a regular fusillade ensued. There were eleven sicilians killed. A mass meeting in regard to of Malley will be held tonight. For Sale. A Pony Cylinder press size of bed 18 20. Speed 2500 per hour. Bran new eos $�?~>5o will he sold at a Liberal discount. Terms easy. Address. T. In Johnson. Removal notice. We have moved our office to More commodious quarters in the Winslow Block 15 Houston Street. Aik amp Ryan. State legislature. Senate meets and receives petitions in in Amon the it one ladies of amp county asking that the a of special Protection for Cirl be raised from to to 18 years. Commission Bill is resumed and sections 5 and 6 adopted without further amendments. A after recess sections 8, 9, to and la were passed with slight amendments. In the House school Book Bill was made specia1 order for tuesday. Bill passed allowing gov. Boss to accept $16,000 from the Federal government College fund. The school teachers Bill providing for certificates and prescribing duties came up. Bill was amended to require those who desire to teach to present a Good certificate of moral character from three reputable persons known to the superintendent also that any teacher who May hold a diploma conferring on him the degree of Bachelor of arts Bachelor of science or any higher academic degree from any College or University of the first class and who shall have taught for a period of riot less than five years in Texas May upon the payment of a fee of $10, which shall ak1 placed to the credit of the state available school fund receive from the state superintendent of Public instruction a Cert fixate of the first Grade which shall be valid anywhere in this state during Good Bill amending town incorporation Law passed. Bill preventing fraud in the a session and collection of state revenues passed. Terrell succeed in having the following statement on record a i have been represented by some of the press As having advocated Here the ownership of rail ways by the government. I did not state that i advocated government ownership of railways. I did state that unless the control the railway corporation in Tho interests of the people their ownership by Tho government became a necessity that we should shut our eyes to Tho tact that even a railway commission May not bring with it a transportation mile Niue that the problem now confronting us is shall the railroads control government or the government control the railroads a criticism on my advocacy of an appointive commission i deem unworthy of notice except to say that during the last twelve years i have introduced three commission Bills All of which provided for the appointment by the governor of railway commissioners a free Reading rooms to be opened by the liberals of this City shortly. The san Antonio secular society on whose membership list Are some one Hundred and forty four names in Good standing has decided to open permanent club rooms and free Reading rooms open to All and through All hours of the Day. The Large Hall at 237 East Houston Street above cans. Greens Urro Cery store has been leased by Tho society and will be at once fitted up for the reception of its members and All parties desiring to take advantage of Tho circulating Library and free Reading tables to be put in by the secular society. It is expected to formally open the Hall in a week or two with a reception after which it will be open to the Public. Some thirty two volumes of Standard scientific volumes were presented to the society last night which together with a number More promised and a full list of Liberal and secular publications will form the nucleus for an Ever increasing Library. Courthouse site. The Dwyer Kampmann property selected. At Tho meeting of the Dainty commissioners this morning the site for the new courthouse was finally selected the property chosen being located on the South Side of main Plaza running from the Corner of Quinta Street along the Plaza to a Point one half the Width of the Central hotel. This property has a front of 120 feet on main Plaza amt depth willing Back to an Alley that is not yet opened of 250 feet. It is owned by the Dwyer estate and by Tho Kampmann estate and the Price agreed on was $85,000 for the dwyers and $25,000 for the Kampui anus a. Bids for the steel cages for the county jail were then taken up. The contract for in steel cages for the jail was awarded to the behold Safe Anil lock co., l. T. Noyes agent for $13,888. Some accounts were audited and the court adjourned. Rat Cave Cullings. At the recorders court this Forenoon eight cases were tried and $26 in fines assessed. Officer Jose Quintana last night roped in a mexican named Francisco de Olios for immoderate driving. Mattie Owens was arrested the other Day for violating the tire ordinance. Lier Case was tried by the recorder tote morning. There have been fewer arrests this Winter for the failure to clean chimneys than in any of the three seasons past. The people seem to be catching on to the ordinance. Detective of Meara yesterday located the owner of the trunk in Possession of Jesus Gauna arrested by Perez and Knox night by fore last. Tho trunk it seems was stolen from a woman hassle Rivers who lives in one of the fits Oil West. Nova Street by Hanna who paid hts comp ire Twenty five cents to help him carry it. Hanna was placed in the county jail on the charge of theft. A or. Win. Netter and mrs. Amalia e. Kampmann will be Quot quietly married tomorrow at 12 30 Aud leave of the Early train for their honeymoon trip to Europe. A tomorrow is passion Hulday in the Catholic Sud episcopal calendars

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