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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - November 12, 1891, San Antonio, Texas San Antonio daily Light. Published at san Antonio. Bexar county. Texas Ano registered at the Post office As second class mail matter. Volume Xii number 255san Antonio Texas thursday. November 12, 1891, Price $5 a year Lockwood notional Bank. San Antonio Texas. S. Lockwood pm. Mum cashier. Safe Deposit vaults i860�? thet �?1891 Washington life insurance company of new York assets $11,000,000.00 la you contemplate insuring your life Reserve decision until you have examined the plans methods and practices of the Washington like. B. Day manager southwestern dept., san Antonio Texas goods and prices being slaughtered at the h a Ying Only three weeks More to dispose of the balance of our clothing furnishing goods and hats we have de Termine to sacrifice them. We Are not Selling at Aud below Cost hut actually slaughtering them As we Are determined to have every thing in our House sold by dec 1st. We most earnestly ask you to come in and examine our prices it will you. All our goods must go in the next three weeks and in order to do so there is nothing Lett for us to do but sell at such prices that will Aston ish you. Our loss is your gain examine our prices and be convinced. Eli i jul u j company. Comer come ice and Kyuro streets. To the creditors late Telegraph. Of thie Maverick Bank. San Antonio tex., oct. 1�, Imp. It appearing that about Lour Hundred and fifty creditor of the Maverick Bank representing he aggregate indebtedness of about sixty thousand dollars i woo neglected to Hie their be venal claims against the assigned estate of Sam Maverick within the time prescribed by Law Aud Are therefore denied participation in the assigned estate and unde standing that such neglect to Hie w As in most instances caused by oversight or ignorance of the Law and desiring to see those creditors protected equally with the others who hied their claims and having Faith in the assigned estate of Sam Maverick ultimately paying the debts in full with a in rot is sufficient to reimburse us therefore we the undersigned will to the creditors of the Bank who have failed to i their claims when the amount due shall be certified from the books of the flank by the custodian thereof and approved by us. Tho same percentages a have been and May tie hereafter paid by the Assignee on the tiled claims that is immediately on such claims being certified approved Aud accepted by us As just c Aires against the Maverick Bank we will a percentage thereon equal to the percentage that May have Bosn at the time of such Transfer paid by the Assignee upon claims duly flied against the assigned estate and we will thereafter of such claim additional percentages equal to percentages thereafter paid by the Assignee on flied claims we Reserve the right to reject any claims not considered by us to be just. We will hold the claims so transferred to us under this proposition not As charges or claims against the assigned estate and they shall Only by repaid to us from such estate after it shall have paid in full the creditors w to Aion their claims. Creditors desiring to accept this preposition must present Tiller claims to Albert Maverick at Bis office during the sixty Days from november 12, Ewi to january id 1892, inclusive and must be prepared to assign to us their claims taking our obligations to carry out the terms of this proposition. Therefore take notice that claims not presenter on or before january to 1892, will not be considered by us. A Lohof m Mav kick w. H. M a for of any a. Maverick to i9-?-mks we 2t 414skt >1 , associated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time of going to press train rubbery Milwaukee nov. 12.�?th� Midnight train from Chicago on the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway was robbed near Western Union Junction at one o clock this morn ii g. A ii Iii Harrison called West by. Louis nov. 12-rabbi Harrison of a Robolyn has been chosen by the congregation of Temple Israel of this City to succeed rabbi Souque Soheir who resigned about two Mouths ago to return to Germany on account of ill health. Late telegrams Catholic institution opened Danville 111., nov. 12�?bt. Mary a Academy a Catholic institution erected Here at a Cost of about $40,000, was yesterday dedicated with imposing ceremonies by Bishops Ryan and Spaulding. A Large number of Catholic societies from Illinois Aud adjoining states were present. Con ease d the murder. Council Bluffs la., nov. 12.�?j. K. Cumberland arrested at Springfield mo., six weeks ago for the murder of James and Jasper Robertson at Harland. Shelby county pleaded guilty to murder in first degree. The murder was committed two years ago Cumberland was suspected he left the country and was arrested in Missouri. The after times arrive. Chicago nov. 13�?the Earl and countess of Aberdeen arrived in the City yesterday. Last evening a delegation from the Highland association of Illinois called on the distinguished persons and presented them with an address also tendering thee re an honorary chieftain ship in the association. The Earl replied briefly expressing his Delight at the unexpected greeting. When i tog nos fall out. Hazelton pa., nov. 12�?a Brawl Between Henry Higgins and wife in a Low dive led to their accusing each other of the murder of Joe and William Rester in 1885. At a farm House near Hei Bettsville. When nearly $20, too was stolen. Joseph Eveland another dive keeper was arrested with the Higginss. Mrs. Higgins was disguised As a Man. All Are charged with committing the murder. Britain and chill. Valparaiso nov. 12. A British minister Ketuu Edyt a coach while on the Way to the cemetery on All Saint Day last blocked up the Entrance to the cemetery. His Coachman refused to move to let the people pass Aud the people drove him from his seat. The Carriage of the minister was damaged and he considers the episode As a National insult. Correspondents of european newspapers openly boast that they do All in their Power to create a misunderstanding Between Chili Aud the United states and that they will publish anything which Iii their opinion will give the impression that the americans unduly supported balt Narceda. Mae he Iteni Gnad ? it has been rumoured for several Days past that assistant marshal Andreas Coy had tendered his resignation Aud there is much speculation As to who would be his successor. Marshal Coy has made a popular Aud efficient officer Aud has made Many friends who will wish him Success Iii the future. Federal court. Luz. Gonzales and Juan Cardenas smuggling verdict guilty. Geo. H. Keunecke criminal libel discharged. Augustin Montemayor smuggling discharged. A card of Tim of s. To the ban Antonio fire department and to my friends Aud neighbors who so heroically assisted in saving my store from destruction during the recent fire on military Plaza i hereby tender Ray sincerest thanks. A. Heusinger. It married at Laredo. . Bannack jr., of ban Antonie and mrs. Mary Rzeppa were married yesterday. There were a Large number of guests present and the Bride Aud Groom received a number of handsome presents. The couple will make Laredo their future Home. A there will be a social at the Alamo Baptist Church next thursday right. A there will be a meeting at Little Casino Garden saturday night to select some candidate to run for Al Derman at Large. Al. P. Boettler and w. W. Berry have been sued in judge King s court by the City recover Texas. Boiled Down from private. Special and other sources. St. Paul reports two inches of Snow Aud More falling. Heavy Gale a flu blowing in South England Aud Ireland. Austin dam Street railway files charter capital $100,000. Flour Mills and elevator burned at Findlay o. Loss $40,000. Two engines and a Box car smashed in a collision at Waelder. Arion Stanford a 2-Vear old Colt trots a full mile in 2 10 3 4. H. P. Grievance committee at Houston accomplishes nothing. White Carriage and Saddy Ery hardware assigns at Galveston. Ban Saba has received about 1500 Bales Cotton this years crop. Young Man burned to death in Gin 18 Miles South of Pilot Point. Monti i i a and Lucca were the Junta who opposed Balmaceda. Disastrous Cloud burst in Washington and heavy snows in Colorado. Cotton port receipts Are increasing As also receipts at Interior stations. Chili Junta prepares to Lay Down its authority and reports to Congress. If the South cannot elect a sneaker Bynums chances Are considered Good. Annual session of North Texas m e. Conference is boing held at Terrell. La a to str Frim we erf tax a Foster rend at Bankers meeting in new Orleans. Range cattle Are Drifting before a destructive blizzard in North daunt. Lack of rain and Short grass make the stockmen shout Lagarto feel Blue. George Lawrence Pittsburg mordant suicides at Everett House new York Admiral Montt is temporary president of Chili until electoral College meets. Tobe gook for rape and murder of Belle Moore sentenced to hang at Bastrop. Berlin budget shows increase of estimates for 1893, 110,00,000 Marks Over year 1891 Waldo Silva elected president of chill Senate Lucca elected president of Chambers. Tone of business is reported Good throughout the country Aud Collen tons regular. New Orleans election knocked out Alliance and anti lottery delegates to the convention. L. Meyers Connors secures $1,900 damages at Dallas against St. Louis Globe Democrat. Letters found on a Chicago Crook from his wife Iii Dallas urge him to murder for Money. A score of boats wrecked on the English coast with More or less loss of life in every Case. Argument concluded Iii the Woodruff Case and same Given to jury. Verdict. Hourly expected. Houston City Council levies Ai additional one eighteenth of i per cent tax for paving purposes. The knowledge that treaty on Seal question has been arranged creates Surprise at Washington. K. Of l. Changes Laws to make no general officer eligible to office for More than four years. On St. Louis Relt. Engineers get $3 25 firemen $1 90 for la hours work discharged men reinstated. Norwegian Brig wrecked on coast of Dorset several of life savings Crew drowned attempting Rescue. The St. Louis Belt line strike was declared off almost As soon As it was ordered Compromise reached. Farmers Congress a is the state Legislatures to provide for expenses of delegates to their conventions. Several bodies washed ashore at Sandgate 27 of the Crew rescued on third attempt by life service. John t. Scott medical student from Galveston suicides at Philadelphia he was judge Mann s Stepson. Ship Revenue driven ashore at Sandgate eng., Aud Crew take to rigging life service powerless to assist. Powderly scores a Victory in securing the selection of general executive committee by master Workman. Governor Pattison of Pennsylvania is condemned by the k. Of l. For extraditing Hughes at request of new York clothiers. Skaggs sues out a Hareas Corpus at Boerne his Case being passed by the grand jury on the ground that Eckels was killed in Comal county. National Quot Farmers Congress oppose of railroads and pledges maintain dance of its nonpartisan character approves Tbs encouragement of Corn food products and demands improvement of harbours and Waterways election of president by popular vote Extension of free delivery malls among Farmers control of trusts and combinations and demands Extension of signal service re Porte. _ _ worlds Quot women s Christian Temperance Union meets in Boston recommends sunday closing of Chicago exposition and refusal of All Sale of liquors on grounds of worlds fair. Stuart Hobson married. New York nov. 12.�?stuart Robson the actor was married at the City Hall this afternoon to miss May Waldron. Or. Robson had been a widower for one year. Klim n. Inspection Montgomery nov. 12.�?the annual Iupe Tiou of the Louisville Aud Nashville system has just commenced All division superintendents participating. They will arrive Here of the 20th inst., Aud Iii new Orleans on the following Day. The Cooper Howitz Iron works. New York nov. 12 a the report is again sent by Cade from London that negotiations Are in Progress for the Sale to a Syndicate of the a Ooper hew itt Iron work with which the names of Abram s. Hewitt Ami Edward Cooper have Long been associated. Fatal Accident at Hull fight. Rome nov. 12 a from dispatches received Here it is Learned that a terrible Accident happened today in Castel a Mare a City on the Bay of Naples and seventeen Miles from the City of Naples. It appears that a Large number of spectators had Goth ered to witness a Bull fight when tile seats gave Way crushing 120 people to whom will die. Fosters storm predictions. St. Joseph mo., nov. 12�?foster, the weather Prophet predicts a storm for today in the Central Bish. It will be a very severe one particularly today and tomorrow but its intensity will then Lessen. It is due to reach the Atlantic coast on the loth. The storm Waves for november Are predicted to be of great Force and this one is to he the second in Point of severity. The West will feel it most. An Indiana beg Bouillon. Louisville ky., nov. 12 a elaborate arrangements have been made by the survivors of the 33rd Indiana infantry to Render their re Aulon being held today at the armory on East fourth Street a great Success. Several Conrads from Distant states have arrived and distinguished officers d the civil War will deliver addresses. The reunion will extend Over tomorrow and tomorrow right an old Camp fire will be had. Big snit again t Edison. Bolton nov. 12.�?an interesting Case is to be called in court in a Day or two. Edward b. Welch has brought suit to recover $250 too from Thomas a. Edison per an alleged breach of contract. What the plaintiff bases his claim upon is an alleged agree meet made by Edison in 1889, when he was a Telegraph operator in the service of the Western Union Tele graph company. The agreement was to Transfer to Welch one half interest in All inventions for the transmission of messages by Telegraph. This Transfer was to be made in consideration of various sums of Money loaded to Edison to help him to Experiment. Foolhardy mariners. New York nov., 12.�?capt. Win Andrews Aud capt. Josiah Lawler the two mariners who have won Fame by crossing the Ocean in Little boats Are planning an Ocean race tor next year. They propose to Cross the Atlantic in Canvas boats limited to 12 feet in length. They will Start june 1st. Lawler boat will be named Christopher col urn bus. She will be 42 inches wide 14 inches deep amidships and 22 finches deep at Bow and Stern. Andrewes boat will to called the flying dutchman. She will he 4 it. Wide Aud 18 inches deep amidships both boats will carry sail. The last trip made by these men took place last summer. Lawlor in the Serpent crossed the Atlantic in 40 Days making an average of 85 Miles Aday while Andrews and the Mermaid were picked lip by the Steamer Elbruz. A hoi her Harper Hung. Marion s. J., nov. 12.�?william Summerfield a negro is to be Hung tomorrow for murder. He appears to he resigned to his Fate and will undoubtedly meet death stoically. As is usually the Case he expresses the opinion that he is going straight to heaven where will be fitted with a Harp of the latest approved pattern. Summerfield was convicted of the murder of Edwin m. Flore a prominent Farmer on mostly circumstantial evidence and he afterwards confessed the whole thing. The wife of the dead Man was suspected As being an accomplice but she was not prosecuted. During the trial much excitement was occasioned when the ghastly Aud silent witness the Skull of the murdered Man was produced in court showing a Large fracture on the right Side. The proof was that Summerfield waylaid the deceased by the Road and struck him in the head with an axe Che motive being to Clear the Way for the free enjoyment of the disgraceful intimacy which had been formed Between himself Aud the wife of the deceased. Dallas letter. Dallas Texas nov. To 1891 correspondence Dally licht. The remains of the late Jno. To Gano were Laid to re to in Trinity cemetery last sunday evening. The Floral offerings were the most Beauty Lul Ever seen in Dallas miss Eliza Mccoy better known As aunt Liza a passed to her final Home yesterday and to Day her remains will be placed beside those of her Lustrous brother col. Mccoy. Miss Mccoy was one of the pillars in the Baptist Church. The City employees Are Happy. The injunction cult against the City instituted by lad amp Smoot to restrain the payment of certain Money until their claim was allowed has been withdrawn and yesterday afternoon policemen janitors teachers it amp of r made a Rush for the City Hall to get their . The police Force had not received a months salary in Many Mouths while the superintendent of schools had never Reed it d a cent for his services. All the doctors Are kept Busy. La Grippe and pneumonia Are both doing their work. Fosters norther is upon us. It came allot a sudden. Three negroes i ave been arrested charged with burglary. In the City had is a Wagon Load of goods await ii g identification. Most of the houses entered were gone into during Day tune while the inmates wore absent. The goods were put in Gunny sacks and taken to Pawn shops. Or. Wallace Mercer a Farmer living some twelve Miles in the country came to town to sell his Cotton. When about six Miles from town on i homeward journey he overtook a Footman who asked for permission to ride. He was let get in whereupon he pointed a pistol at the Good old Farmers head and ordered him to Shell out which held to the amount of $65. The creditors of t. M Jones a amp co. Who filed a deed of Trust a few Days ago will be paid Dollar for Dollar As the firm s assets Are considerably More than its liabilities. The president of the fair association thinks it a great mistake to delay the election of directors and officers so Long Atter the close of the fair. Also thinks it bad policy to change it officers every year. For our part we Are pleased with or. Connor As press Dent of our fair and As a Barons is. Willing we nope to see the gentleman filling the chair another year. Miss Fannie Thompson daughter of or. And mrs e. L. Thompson of this place was married to or. W. A. Howard of Waco. F. A. M. The Nashville convicts. Nashville nov. 12.�?the state Board of prison inspectors have not yet decided upon the time at which the convicts will Start tor the East Tennessee mines. They May go in a Day and perhaps not for a week or two. The governor prison Ina peo. Birn and lessees Are silent As to in dlr plans. Macon a water tran sporran or. I Macon ga., nov. 12.�?oemulgee River has been opened for transportation Between the Ocean Aud the City of Macho. The first boat came up the River yesterday and tied up at Tho Dock. The citizens Are jubilant As the a Fleet will be to materially lower freight rates. Schooner abandoned. Pensacola Flat a nov. 12,-the four ii lasted Schooner Barge Maud Mclain belonging to the Export Coal company of this City was abandoned in a sinking condition monday after upon in the Gulf ninety five Miles Southeast of Pensacola bar and about Twenty five Miles Nom port Eads. Kansas wheat prospects. Kansas City mo., nov. 12 As a result of recent rain in Southern Central Aud Western Kansas the wheat crop is in Good condition. In a few sections of the state the Contin red dry weather caused the wheat to sprout but no great damage has been done. Fall wheat is not All in yet and from All portions of the state it seems to be far the greatest in the history of the state. Florida phosphate fake. Charleston s. C., nov. 12.�?uuite a sensation w As created Here today by the publication of a dispatch from Ottawa announcing a Rise of $2 a ton on Canadian phosphate Rock and intimating that this Rise signifies the collapse of the Florida pos plate Boom. A Large amount of capital Here is invested in Florida phosphate Enterprise and these people that not credit the statement. Heavy Grain shipments. Baltimore md., nov. 12.�?the Grain shipments from Baltimore this Winter it is said will exceed those of any previous season in the history of the port. Seventy vessels have already been chartered for january and february to carry 3,500,000 bushels of Grain Aud it is probable that As Many More Charters will he made during the next month covering shipment to All the leading ports in Europe

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