San Antonio Daily Light Newspaper Archives May 8 1891, Page 8

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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - May 8, 1891, San Antonio, Texas Jim Hatty jul ight. Friday May 8, 1891. West Texas abstract and guarantee company. Incorporated . Aubrey Secretary and mgr a Holl i Rte death. Office 421 e. Houston St. Will furnish reliable abstracts of title to lands in Bexar county either City or country property upon Short notice and reasonable terms. Telephone no. 406 personal mention. Or. T. Jones and miss aussie Jones of Houston Are at the mender. Miss Ida Guyberson has returned from school in Tennessee. Mrs. John h. Harrison and child of Emporia kans., Are at the Mahnke. Chas. Leonard of new Orleans is at the menger. L. D. Voak is at the menger from fort Quot Worth. J. J. Seale sheriff of Karnes county is in town. Or. L. Wentworth a Stockman of Webb county is in the City from Monterey. J. Womack the Cotton Gin operator at Elmendorf is in town today. Thos. Abbott and Chas. Abbey leave monday night for Holton to attend the firemen s state convention. The wife and family of prof. L. D. Daggett Leader of the v. M c. A. Glee club have arrived from Erie a. Or win. Wilson left today for St. Louis on business and for Little Hock. Ark., to see his Mother. Or. Norton Moses grand visitor for the masonic grand chapter of Texas Western District is in the City to visit the fraternity. Mrs. Withoff a popular lady from Laredo is visiting the City and is a guest of capt. Juan Cardenas and family on Monterey Street. Mrs. Fred. V. Small and child leave for Dallas this afternoon to spend the summer. She accompanies her brother who will wed a popular Dallas Belle on the 12th of this month. Or. Tug Wilson of the firm of Wilson amp Rote left for Little Rock ark., last night from which he goes to St. Louis to Ste a particular Friend his friends gave a Farewell at the Riverside Park Day before yesterday in the shape of a picnic. San Antonio Texas May 4 1891. Sealed proposals in Triplicate will be received Here until 12o�?Tclock noon 90th Meridian time. June 4, 1891. And then opened for furnishing fuel forage and Straw during fiscal year commencing july 1,1891, at posts in department of. Texas. Proposals will be received at the same time by the quartermaster at each Mist for furnishing the supplies required by that Post Only. Preference Given to articles of Domestic production conditions of Quality and Price including in the Price of foreign productions the duty thereon being equal. The United states reserves the right to reject any or All proposals. All information furnished on application to this office or to quartermasters at the various posts. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked a proposals for at a and addressed to the undersigned or to the respective Post quartermasters. Geo. In weeks Deputy quartermaster general u. Army chief quartermaster. 5-4-it 6-2-2t a woman helpless Anil alone has her garments Burnt from her body and Dies in untold agony. Yesterday afternoon about i of clock while mrs. Emma Scrivener the Young wife of or. H. Scrivener a c Arpen Ter. Was burning Brush in her Yard on Rural Street just East of Laurel Heights the wind blew a portion of her Light garments against the flames in the Flash of a second the garments of the unfortunate woman were ablaze. She screamed for help and rushed about the Yard attempting to tear her burning dress from her body but fanned by the motion Tho flames grew larger and More effective until every vestige of clothing was Burnt from the body of the poor woman who Lay on the ground writhing in pain. There was no one in the House at the time to Aid the poor woman but a Small child that scarce grasped the meaning of its mothers frantic ravings. Some neighbors rushed to the House upon hearing the cries and a physician was hurriedly summoned. When or. Oldham reached the place the woman was suffering most intense agony. He ministered to her such Comfort As Lay in his Power and prescribed for her. But in about three hours the woman died. She was badly Burnt Over the entire body and especially about the neck and head. The husband who was absent from Home at the time of the fearful Accident was summoned at once but Only reached Home to and her unconscious Ana at the verge of death. Mrs. Scrivener who was but Twenty six years of age leaves to mourn her sad death besides her husband and one child a number of friends and acquaintances. The funeral occurred at ten of clock this morning. Battled off the rails. Heal estate. Deale and the prices they bring. Anson a. Maher to o. Vav. Wilcox lot 2, Block tis City lot i 30 win. H. Hubbard to s. W. Lovelady. 2,400 acres Survey 72.61,000 in h. Mclane to Peter dries lot on Park Avenue. $400 Bat Cave Cullings. Officer Gray late last night arrested i i. Murphy on the charge of aggravated assault. The arrest was made on a warrant. Murphy who was out on Bond being surrendered by his Bondsmen. A Large pane of Glass in one of the doors of Wagner amp Chaboty a store on Navarro Street valued at $35 was broken night Burre last with a Stone by some unknown party. The Glass was insured. Halff amp Bros store on West Commerce Street was entered a few nights inc presumably by boys and several pairs of shoes and other tricks were stolen. There were eleven cases in the police court this morning the flues amounting to $25. Louis Chapman the mulatto who was incarcerated in the Bat Cave yesterday for using insulting language was fined $7. The Case of disorderly against was dismissed. The police yesterday arrested Nathan Salinger a. Vav Naffer and Morris Meyer who undertook to nut up an ice Cream Booth in Milam Park without a permit. The cases will be tried on May 12th. Arthur Hollaway the coloured Driver who ran Over the White boy on East Commerce Street was tined $5 for careless Aud reckless driving by this recorder. Talked by Telegraph to ii by train men and taken in transit. The Southern Pacific passenger department sent out Twenty four passes yesterday to firemen who will attend the state convention at Houston. General passenger agent r. W. Andrews paid Houston a flying visit the Early part of this week. General master Mechanic j. J. Ryan of the Southern Pacific was in town yesterday. In consequence of the quarantine regulations in the state of Louisiana the Southern Pacific company have retired from Sale of round trip tickets to Havana and other Points reached by their Post. The Houston and Texas Central Road has issued instructions to ascertain the number of coloured people travelling on its trains and the distances that they travel. R. A. Lines superintendent of the san Antonio division s. P., went West Over his division yesterday. Col. Gibbs of the Southern Pacific and h. Amp t. C., was in town yesterday from Houston. I. Amp g. N., yesterday morning took a Wagner special to Laredo. It had on Board a number of excursion lists bound for Mexico. Conductor Medary of the Sunset took the usual weekly train of hogs for Mexico to Eagle pass this morning. The Southern Pacific loaded three trains of Stock this morning for the Indian territory. One was loaded at Harrisburg and two at Gonzales. A Good passenger traffic is reported Over the various lines on All the trains. The s. A. Has made a one and one third round trip rate to Alice for a mexican Celebration to occur May 25th. Or. Goo. J. Hewitt a Railroad Man of Austin. On the 1. Amp g. S., is in the City visiting friends. E. G. Meeker general passenger and freight agent is still in the City. Attention. A limited amount of Money to loan in sums of $1,000 Aud Over. Alamo fire insurance co., 222 w. Commerce St. 1-lg-lm san Antonio Texas marriage licenses. James Hickey and Hattie feathering. Otto Tiroff and Elizabeth Perz. Adam Irvin and Esse Foster. Ysabel de Leon and Preciliana Mendoza. Such seasonable bargains do we launch out on a vast sea of reduction that the end justifies the Means. Our Baru in counter contains Federal court. Where should you build a Home on account of its location for health be ing on High ground Southeast of City. Pure Southeast Breeze. Free from malaria dust and smoke. The guardian walked. Ysabel de Leon and miss Preciliana Mendez the latter aged 15 years have secured a License to marry. Antonio san Chez the guardian of the girl refused to give his consent to the marriage and in traded the county clerk not to Issue the License but the girls father giving his consent the clerk had no alternative. Broke his head. A terrible free for All fight occurred on government Hill last night in the grand Central Saloon Between a party of soldiers and the Saikou keeper named Stewart. One Soldier named Prescott was struck Over the head with a heavy Monkey wrench and this morning capt Hunter u. A., made an affidavit before Justice Herron against Stewart for the assault. It is said Prescott a Skull is fractured. $3,50oj will buy a Nice seven room House with two galleries Carriage House stable etc., on Elmira Street. One half Cash. Balance on two years. Jno. T. Hamdi Eton amp co. Go hire a band. Yellow Stone a Ltd a band at the service of the Public. Will play Lur picnics dances and parties of All kinds. Leave orders at 705 w. Corn in the Federal court yesterday afternoon the Case of Chas. Armour and others for the foreclosure of the first mortgage Bonds on the property of the san Antonio amp Arkansas pass Railroad was postponed until the cases concerning this Road Are disposed of in judge Kings court. Tho Brand jury returned the following indictments Jas. Mcgraw stealing u. Property Rafael Ramirez alias Juan Hernandez having in his Possession and passing counterfeit Money Antonio Aqueil having in his Possession and passing counterfeit Coin Nisk Manger overcharging for postal cards Jesus Chappa Reyes and Celso Resendo illicit liquor dealing Pablo de la Rasas and Christo Val Jannes smuggling. The court this morning was Busy attending to the Batch of indictments turned in by the grand jury yesterday afternoon. Nolc Manger was questioned As to the indictment found against by the grand jury for Selling postal cards four for five cents or above their face value. Or. Manger pleaded guilty to the charge and he was fined $150, to be confined in the county jail until the Fine is paid. He paid up. Christoval Jaimes who had gazed squarely into the face of the Star eved goddess at a revious Terra of the court for building permits. F. Alvarado dwelling Ward 2. H. Mayfield stable Ward 4, $125. Mrs. Porter dwelling Ward 7, $100. Emil Zinsmeyer addition Ward 4. L. Rippstein. Dwelling Ward 6, $200. Agatha Schmidt dwelling Ward i $400. Jesus Canales dwelling Ward 2. For Alderman Lith Ward. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for Alderman of Ward no. 6, this City and respectfully ask the Suffrages of my fellow citizens. A. F. Dignowity. Fin Alderman sixth Ward. The Light is authorized to announce Emu Wiedenfeld As a candidate for Alderman for the sixth Ward at the election May 10th, who solicits the support of his friends regardless of All combinations. He is an Independent candidate. 5-6-tf nature s wonder. The Only Rostance known that will prevent tendency to wrinkles or again of Tho skin. Preserves the tone life an transparent glow of youth. Prevents withering of the skin drying up of the flesh. 50c and $1.00 at druggists Large size prepaid by express for $1.00. E. Wells Jersey City n. J. 0 Cost 8c ladies White embroidery flounces Fine goods All styles i children a White embroidery flounces 75c to $1.25 a yd., just. A children a coloured embroidery flounces 75c a Yard exactly 2 coloured embroidery edges for Wash dresses reduced to. Torchon edges everlasting trimmings coloured embroidery edging. 12 Yards for j5c letter paper and envelopes Good Quality. G and go a Box children a solid color Lisle Hose 6 to 8, were .50c reduced to 25c Fine openwork Louisine suiting 26 styles were 25c marked Down to. G Yards for $1.00 ladies Gauze ribbed Jersey vests flesh color High neck and Short sleeves were. 50c> on bargain counter 35c 4 Cabot bleached Domestic Best Brand 14 Yards for. Lonsdale bleached Domestic for machine use 12 Yards for. Until Way 20th. Sl.00 we will sew Lay and paper 3-ply All Wool carpets 27 inches body Brussels. $1.00 a Yard 25 per cent Mark bows on trimmed hats henceforth our present Large Supply including those Fine imported pattern hats and bonnets have a red figure redaction Price of fully 25 per cent. Best Chance of the season in millinery goods. See by Corner Alamo and Commerce streets. 1870 smuggling pm Shuart the grand jury Char for Sale Fine piece of property on Presa Street car line will pay to per cent on investments John t. Hambleton amp co. Pleaded guilty to _. A and was sentenced to eight months in the county jail. Jesus Chappa Reyes who it seems had made it a continual hat of Selling liquor without a License was sentenced to ten months in the county jail. Pablo de Rosa thought he could Point out where the grand jury was mistaken in charging that he had done and smuggling and called for a jury. Jas. Mcgraw a Young Man was ?.ent to the House of correction at Detroit Michigan for one year at hard labor for stealing u. Property. With this the court took a recess until 3 p. M., when another Batch of grand jury indictments will to received. The Petit jury was excused until to of clock tomorrow morning. The Childress Case. Yesterday afternoon nearly All the testimony in this Case was heard and this morning argument began. The Case will probably be ended by tonight or tomorrow morning. In judge Kings court argument on the exceptions of intervenes in the Arkansas pass railway cases is going on. New suits have been filed As follows b. Klo Bossa is. James Raley Appeal from county court. J. Pfeuffer and Sidney Pfeuffer is. J. D. Mccarn on note. Sinsheimer Levyson amp co., is. A. Brunswick amp son. Adolph Goldsmith is. Roenig Heim debt. Frank is. O. A. Lehman debt. Frank is. O. W. Albright debt a a Quick meal gasoline stoves. The stove which lights at once is the Best one for the people is the wonder of theage emits no smell no smoke no soot is always ready for action. Is safest and most improved is so easily worked and so simple on which a meal is quickly cooked is called a a Quick h. Schultze agent 4-11-lm no. 9 w. Commerce Street. Henry Hunt for Alderman. The Light is authorized to announce Henry h. Hunt As a candidate for Alderman for the six Ward. Election May 16th 1891. �?1891 r.e5meimbeiti a Reinhold Becker the old reliable furniture House in an0121 w. Commerce St. Will not be undersold. Our stocks Are Complete in every Branch. We win sell furniture carpets matting window shades curtain poles fancy Bric a a Bracks and everything belonging in our line cheaper than any other House in the City. Get our prices and re convinced we sail under our own hard earned banners a the reliable a tor 21 years and never mis represent goods. Our motto Large sales and Small profits.�?�, with the above we have built up our enormous Trade. Thanking oui it lends for their continuous Liberal patronage promising you at any time our polite attention we remain most respectfully Reinhold Becker 19 and 21 w. Commerce Street dogs Call and see us before you buy or. L. V. Weathers Makena specially in the treatment of general diseases bedside and chronic and diseases of children. Is a graduate of Jefferson Phila College 1866. Telephone 118. 5 51m to the voters of the sixth Ward. I Ain a candidate for Alderman. The election will be held on May 16th. If chosen i propose to devote my time to securing proper treatment for the Ward. I will Endeavor in ail ways to serve the people honestly. William Muth. Meroe Street. 4-16 in removal. Zirkel amp co. Herewith inform the Public and their friends that they have moved their Marble Yards to 624 and 626 East Houston Street where they have facilities for tilling All orders promptly for tombstones monuments Grant in and Iron fencing railings etc., at the lowest figures. R>-7-3t. A string Aud Brast music will be furnished for balls picnics etc., by the celebrated Alamo band under the leadership of Chas Wyrtch. H. A. Nobs manager Corner Elm and Burnet streets or tel. 107. 4-13 in a Quot prices j. 8. Thornton. W. B. Wright.? Thornton Wright amp co. Bankers san Antonio Tex Corner Houston and Navarro its. Accounts of Banks Bankers and individuals solicited. General banking business transacted. Chas. Hugo pres. J. Brown cashier 8. Halff . Alamo National Bank. San Antonio Texas. Capital -.$250,000. Directors a w. Heuer in Ann s. Halff Chr. Coach Flag h. Elmendorf Ernest Steves p. H. Swearingen Chas. Hugo a. Meerscheidt j. Brown. San Antonio Wood Yard have 4000 cords of first class Oak Wood ready for the ban Antonio Market. Special prices Given on car lots. Will saw and deliver Wood for outside parties at reasonable prices. Prompt attention paid to All orders. Telephone�?372. A. B Kerr a sons proprietors used in millions of homes�?40 years the Standard. The Virginia boarding House 232 Avenue c pleasant rooms and Good Board. Patronage of the trave log Aud theatrical profession especially solicited 4-17-lm mrs. E. Beckham proprietress

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