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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - March 24, 1891, San Antonio, Texas San Antonio daily Light published at san Antonio. Bexar county. Tex registered at the Post office As second class mail matter. Volume Xii number 56san Antonio. Texas tuesday. March 24. 1891. Price $5 a year lock Bank. San Antonio Texas. 8. Lockwood president ,cashier. Safe Deposit vaults. Export. A tra Dahu Earl i x x y r latest telegraphic. Associated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time of going to press certainly my lord. London March 24.�?lord Derby accepts a seat on the labor commission. The Iowa on a tear Ottumwa lo., March 24. Des Moines River is on the rampage and is the highest known for a number of years. Railroad president dead. Boston March 24.�?levi c. Wade president of the mexican Central Railroad company died yesterday morning. A wealthy pauper. Galena 111., March 24�?the death ,a supposed pauper reveals an estate Worth Over $20,000. He had been supported by Charity. Got the Grippe. Milwaukee wis., March 24.�?la Grippe is spreading rapidly in this City. A Large number of the police and fire department members Are Laid us. Distrust Parnell. A London March 24.�?a convention of Irish delegates held in new Castle today adopted a Resolution expressing want of Confidence in or. Parnell. S. A. Brewing Assi. Xxx Pearl Beer. The purest and Best. Delivered to any part of the City. Madame Ama the renowned clairvoyant 409 Acequia Street san Antonio Texas piano maker dead. New York March 24. A Chaa Chickering of piano Fame died suddenly yesterday evening. Wool Combine. Berlin March 24. Wool merchants of Germany have formed a Pool for the Central management of their output and prices. Antisemitic. Vienna March 24. austrian court maintains an impassable social Barrier against the hebrew race irrespective of wealth or condition but it declines to go further. Bismarck s intentions. Berlin March 24. Purchase by Prince Bismarck of two houses in Berlin is accepted As evidence of his intention to take his seat in the reach Stag. Refused a bribe. New York March 24. A e. A. Deakyn of Gladstone. N. J., who offered commissioner of Public works Gilroy a bribe of 25 cents a ton for gravel and Sand to be furnished by him was met with a prompt and indignant refusal. Cleveland s double. New York March 24�?greene Kendrick whose close resemblance to Grover Cleveland has caused him to be known All Over tile country As a a Cleveland a double a figures in a sensational divorce suit brought against him on account of his amours with a tall blonde. A Rich Instate. Louisville ky., March 24. heirs of the Robert Edwards estate in new York organized at Frankfort ky., yesterday and will make a Strong Effort to get the estate which is some of the most valuable land in new York City and valued at two Hundred millions of dollars. World fair program. Chicago March 24. committee on ceremonies has made Public an abstract of its voluminous report on the programme for the dedication ceremonies in october 1892. The opening ceremony will be a grand military display tuesday october 12th. Wednesday will be the main Day of dedication ceremonies. On thursday there will be a Mammoth civic and Industrial procession. Friday october 14th last Day of Celebration will be devoted to military exercises. Tit for Tat. Washington March 24.�?senator paddock says of the restriction which Germany places upon our meat products is not promptly removed an order prohibiting the acc3ptance of German beet sugar at the ports of the United states will soon be issued. Needs emasculation. Cedar rapids Iowa March 24.�? Leonard j. Earl is under arrest Here charged with committing rape on Lottie Perry his 11-year-old stepdaughter. La Grippe is there. Mascoutah iii., March 24. Grippe is prevailing to an alarming extent in this City and Vicinity. There Are also several cases of spotted fever reported in the country. Woodruff s shortage. Little Rock ark., March 24.�? the legislative committee on treasurer accounts completes its labors and reports Woodruff a full amount of shortage at $869,746.83 Twenty per cent called in. Chicago March 24. worlds fair directory voted last night to collect another $1,000,000 on the $5,000,-000 of capital Stock. This the second instalment of $2 per share. To fish or Cut bait Paris March 2l�?admiral Pechon has been appointed president of the commission of the Senate which is to examine into the questions involved n the Newfoundland convention. Greenhouses burned. Islip l. I., March 24�?eleven Large greenhouses belonging to the celeb rated a Idle hour farm of William k. Vanderbilt were burned this morning. The Obb is estimated at from $75,000 to $100,000. Detained unlawfully. Elizabeth n. March 24.�?john g. Moser a Saloon keeper of this City is said to be detained in Germany a prisoner to serve out a three years term in the army. Moser is a Natur Alizarin citizen of the United states. Sharp shearers. Brisbane Australia March 24.�? the trouble Between the Union and non Union sheep shearers increases. The Union shearers have Cut the wires and attempted to wreck trains carrying troops to the scene of the trouble. Gold Export. Washington March 24. A the re fugal of the government to furnish Gold bars for Export has stimulated Gold Export instead of checking it As was anticipated. The new Secretary was not in Washington when the refusal web made. The european press. London March 24, lynchings at new Orleans made the profoundest sensation in Europe but outside Italy the condemnation of the deed has been neither loud or general. English newspapers generally excuse the acts on the ground that the mafia were bandits. Earthquake Shock. St. Paul minn., March 24.�?reports from Montana Points indicate that there was a distinct earthquake Shook at 1 15 of clock yesterday after Neon at Butte Anaconda and Billings the Shock was in places sufficient to Knock dishes from cupboards. Miners destitute Pittsburg pa., March 24.�?there is great distress among the strikers of the Connellsville Coke Region. The contributions so far to the Relief committee done to amount to More than $50,000. This has not proven sufficient to Purchase food and the miners live chiefly on the Charity of Farmers. Late telegrams a oiled Down from private. Special and other sources. Sec. Proctors visit. The Secretary of War on strictly business tour. Iowa Hote Kyle election takes place april 7th. Mackay comedian Dies at new York. Lawrence Barret is burled at Cohasset. St. Paul a Church new Orleans is burned. Cotton declines ave Points at new Orleans. President Diaz has gone to the state of Guerrero. Dallas records her birth murder for the year 1891. Fire at Seymour destroys a Block of Frame buildings. Canadian Farmers Are going into the Alliance business. Tom Green county has been favored with a copious rain. United states exports for february $8,666,093 Over imports. Schole amp Donner Bankers fail at York pa., failure Complete. Two members of the new Orleans mafia Are arrested in new York. Queen Victoria goes around Paris on her Way to the South of France. Parnell is evading Healy a Challenge to resign in answer to his own. Blair accepts the chinese Mission and will sail for the East Early in May. The governor of Coahuila will try Fibre planting experiments with new Fibre. New Orleans returns two indictments by grand jury for attempted bribery. A Vicksburg editor is killed by a brother Quill Over a mafia controversy. A gang of thieves go through Dennison in Broad Daylight but get Little of value. New York Money is easy and Exchange steady but Silver takes a drop to 98 1-2. Gen Greeley signal service chief will visit All the stations on a tour of inspection. Marfa citizens hold an excited meeting to protect the Border from Lawle Suess. The Newfoundland matter will come before the House of commons next month. Prince Nap Oleaus a will disposes of property yielding an income of $50,-c9q annually. Ingleside has been sold to an Syndicate for $35,0c0. A Fine will be Budt. The Row Between England Aud Newfoundland Over the fisheries question grows intense. The chill an War is largely one of . Captured insurgents Are shot in rows the Fibre Industry in Mexico is be comming a very important Branch of general Industry. Healy assaulted and seriously injured in Cork by a Parnell crowd and May lose his eyes. The deadlock in the Nebraska legislature is broken and the maximum freight Bill passes. The Western Congress meets in Kansas City april 14 to consult Over the needs of the West. Haynes a 14 year old boy seriously stabs Mccarty aged 80 for knocking him Down repeatedly. Canada is alarmed Over the Prospect of Newfoundland securing sep Erate treaty and protests. Carter of Montana stands a Good Chance for appointment As land commissioner at Washington. King Humbert has forbidden Napoleons heir Prince Victor to Issue a manifestation from Italy. Bob Jenkins and his father in Law Chambers Are found murdered in Bastrop county no particulars. Snyder goes to Austin for safekeeping Hays county is not pleased that he has been granted a new trial. The failure of the Schwartz concern at Louisville is Complete. No assets criminal proceedings will follow. Marshall Mcmahon is the Only living Frenchman besides Carnot who has the order of St. Andrew. Washington National Bank Broad Way n. Y., suspends. Affairs will be wound up and depositors paid. England having assented to the newfound Landers having separate treaty backs out and the islanders Are mad. Newfoundland wants to own fishing arrangements Ole Sam Independent of Dominion. The failure of the Cypress lumber i company at Pine Bluff Bas led to great suffering. Many men Are out of work who bad not been paid for months. Uncle same a ultimatum concerning removal of embargo by Germany on american hog has not been received across the water yet. Dominion of Canada protest against Newfoundland negotiation with the United states in another capacity than As part of the Dominion. He make her with in Canadian inspects the Post no politics lit the army the party leaves tonight. All was on tiptoe this morning at fort Louston awaiting the arrival of Secretary of War Proctor and party. The West bound morning train was belated and the distinguished visitors arrived at 8 1ft instead of 7 a. In. The party which came in on a special Wagner car consisted of Secretary of War Proctor capt. Woodruff military Secretary to the Secretary of War quartermaster general batches Der. U. S. A., Gen. Willians. It. S. A., and maj. Of. C. Hill. U. S. A. They were Riv in to the residence of Gen. Stanley where they awaited the formation of the Lino of troops for the dress Parade which took place in the midst of a drizzling rain the visitors viewing the affair in closed ambulances. At ten of clock major Burbank 3rd artillery fired a Salute of seventeen guns. The balance of the morning was occupied by a drive Over the grounds inspecting the entire reservation. A Light reporter found Secretary Proctor at the residence of general Stanley shortly after noon and was accorded a pleasant Chat with the gentleman who proved far More communicative to the reporters than general Miles who had just preceded him. A we have come Here to inspect the Post the object of our tour being a general inspection of All the posts of the a wintry a said the Secretary in response to a query. A we arrived at of clock this morning and reviewed the troops in this drizzling weather. We go out at la of clock tonight for Spofford Junction to inspect fort Clark then we go to Elpaso and continue West making the rounds of All the posts in that Section. A yes i met the legislative party that arrived to Confer with me. The matter concerning the one Post of Brownsville is what they had reference to. The matter is entirely in the hands of Gen. Stanley and it remains for him to make All Nee Essary recommendations in the Case. A now the he replied in reply to some question on that Point a the Navy that is something entirely out of my department and i know of nothing to say on the subject except that it is being improved and strengthened right straight when asked As to the political situation of today Secretary Proctor shrugged his shoulder with a Good natured smile and replied. A Well now we Are having nothing to do with politics. This is a strictly business tour and you will have to excuse me from talking politics. You know there Are no politics in the army. Of course we All stand one Way or the other but i do not care to express myself politically on this a i am Well pleased with the reception i have met with and am glad that the Day has turned out As Beautiful As it has that we May be Able to get a View of your Texas legislature. Senate Raison liquor and women As fur buyers. Brooklyn Eagle. Very few women have any practical knowledge of furs. The buying and Selling of skins Bas been principally the business of shrewd Sharp men but in one of Brooklyn a stores there is a Youg woman who can Tell you at once the Quality of the skin in question. Bhe has much practical knowledge of the goods she handles and it very often happen that customers ask for her feeling great Confidence in what she tells them. This girl not Only took the prize for having sold the largest number of garments through the holidays but has also just taken a very Large order perhaps the largest single order Ever taken in taken in Brooklyn or Possi by new York. Moreover the garment is for a Brooklyn woman to be of cloth lined with Silver tipped russian Sable the Lings alone to Cost $1480. It is to be worn next Winter. It is a Well known fact that the Price of fur is continually on the increase. A buyer of skins says that he has just paid $15,000 for the same number of skins which last year at this time Only Cost the firm $8000. At this rate furs will soon be a great luxury. They Are not so extravagant however As it at first appears for often linings or sets Well kept Are handed Down As heirlooms through several generations. A woman who took her grandmothers two sets of Mink Tippet Muff and cuffs and made them into a fancy floor mat. Was inclined to regret the proceeding when told the first of the Winter Mink was to be fashionable but Mink As a wearing fur has not been a Success the furs look quite a Well made into a Hearth Rug As they would have done made Over into a Cape. Done to like ethics. New York March 24.�?for the first time in the local history of Medicine some of the new York physicians who done to Admire the code of professional ethics got a Good Chance last night to publicly sit upon that Mossy antique Aud pronounced it a useless encumbrance. Prominent visitors. L. M. Knepfler of Dallas Hight eminent grand commander of the Knight templars of Texas and John Mcdonald of Austin eminent grand Union Worden Are visiting the City and will inspect the Knight templars tonight. All the members of ban Antonio commander Are expected to be promptly on time tonight to receive these worthy gentlemen. Receiver railway be More lawyers Bill introduced in the ing the occupation tax billiard saloons. Frank�?T8 Bill came up by general consent and passed it validates the corporate existence of certain towns n Texas and the acts preformed by them. Senate concurs in the House amendment to Bills amending charter of Houston. Senate passes House Bill amending Galveston City charter. Bill allowing counties to refund existing indebtedness at lower rate of interest passed. Act to provide for the speedy in for client of the liens of mechanics was amended As to Section 16 so As to read a the Lien created by this act shall cease to be operative after twelve months after the same is fixed unless suit is brought within said time to enforce said Lien provided the provisions of this Section shall not apply to contracts where the Date of payment or maturity of claim is fixed therein at a longer period than twelve months from the Date thereof in which latter Case suit shall be brought within twelve months after the maturity of such Bill fixing salaries of receivers attorneys receivership and other officers connected therewith was amended and As passed is Section i. Whenever the receiver for any railway corporation May be appointed by Auy court within this state said receiver shall not be allowed More than five thousand dollars As annual salary the general attorney not More than five thousand dollars and the master in chancery not More than five thousand dollars. Bec. 2. Not More than one shall be appointed for any corporation nor shall there than one person or firm of appointed As general attorneys under said receive snip. Senator Townsend a Bill 270 was amended and passed. This is an act to regulate corporations engaged in guaranteeing or acting As Security for the Fidelity of persons in Public or private offices employment or positions and the agents of such corporations. The Bill is very voluminous. It requires such corporations to file articles of incorporation and ail amendments thereto at Austin together with its by Laws and names of its officers must have a capital Stock of at least $100,000 Market values must Deposit $25,000 with the state commissioner of insurance to be held As Security for judgments and which cannot be withdrawn while suit in pending. Any person acting As agent for such corporation by name or in fact who shall so act without the corporation having comply Al with the provisions of this act is subject to Fine of from $500 to $1000, and to imprisonment for from three to six months and parties doing business with such corporation or agent shall be fined $1000. Commissioner May revoke authority for such corporation on its failure to comply v Ith Section la which requires said corporation explicitly to Snow cause Why it has cancelled Bonds of indemnity or refuses to Issue them. House meets and discharges one half of its committee clerks. House reconsiders and passes Senate a Raenden eat which provides for publication of opinions of court of appeals same As supreme court. House consumes Forenoon session in discussing land Grant to University and free schools without reaching conclusion. Iii the afternoon session Currey a amendment was adopted giving one fourth of the lands to the University Ana three fourths to the free school. Bills were presented regulating Road service Aud quarantine. Galveston notes. Galveston March 24. Union tailors have Goue on a strike to Day. The trouble is about the scale of prices. Only five houses Are affected. The body of Albert l. Beckwith until two weeks ago Bill clerk for the Bauta be freight depot was found this morning horribly decomposed under the Brick wharf. Beckwith had been in the habit of going on periodical sprees and two weeks ago lost his position for this cause. Since then he has been missing. Savior of Mankind new York March 24.�?dr. Paul Gelbier director of the new York Pasteur Institute has just made Public the results of inoculations during the first twelve months of the institutes existence. There were eight Hundred and Twenty eight persons treated for dog and oat bites. No deaths caused by hydrophobia have been reported among the persons inoculated. Indigents have been treated free of charge. Fatal Prairie fire. Arkansas City kas., March 24.�? a disastrous Prairie fire occurred Twenty Miles East of Here. A Large number of farms swept clean of fences houses Aud barns Aud Large numbers of cows and horses perished. It is said five ii ves were lost. A Strong wind was blowing

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