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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - September 4, 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 196 san Antonio Texas Friday. September 4, 1891, Price $5 a year Lockwood National Bank. San Antonio. Texas. J. S. Lockwood pres. J Hunt cashier. Fatafe Deposit vault Mallory line Mew York St Texas Bieza Shipco a Ion new York direct steamers leave Galveston every wednesday and saturday i the cheapest and most delightful route to new York and Europe for through tickets staterooms etc., apply to the Mallory line office i Commerce St. V w. J. Y0uw6. Gene a South in a pass a agent. 1860�? the �?1891wash i no t on life insurance company of new York. Assets$11,000,000.00 if you contemplate insuring your life Reserve decision until you have examine i de the plans methods Aud practices of a the Washington life. J. B. Day manager southwestern dept., san Antonio Texas late Telegraph. A Chance for builders. For Sale thirty four shares paid a up Stock in the International building and loan association. A 9-4-tf t. B. Johnson City your to seventeen cases appeared before the a recorder this morning and $95 in fines v were assessed. Four cases were Dis a missed and three continued. R. Mcburney was fined $50 for heat a Jug and striking a woman. She said it caused her to be confined to her bed for a Day. He asked her if she was not troubled with heart disease which caused her illness. The judge said he ought not to strike a woman with heart disease and then struck him for $50 which he could not pay. Adelaido Bant Llano for building a Frame House within first fire limits without permit dismissed. Ursula Guterres drunk and disorderly $5. I de Brown disorderly continued. Jose Sanches committing a nuisance. Chaa. Willhof disorderly $7. He appeared on the Street in an undress uniform. Jaw. Walters drunk and Down $3. Leon Garza drunk and disorderly n. L. Miller careless driving dismissed. He got his Wagon struck by Street earthy driving along the track. Had not the motor Man reversed his car Miller would probably have been killed. Hannah Beckett abusive and insulting language continued. In id. Kampmann failing to pay City occupation License tax on electric Light Plant continued. H. B. Kampmann failing to pay City occupation License tax on works continued. T. Palm drunk on Street continued. Geo. Baker drunk and Down $3. Peter Andrea disorderly $10. He took Possession of a negro woman a House and knocked a White Man on the head with a Large file about 18 inches Long. Police Headquarters Are being moved today to their new quarters in the City Hall. The police brought a Man in this morning for carrying a pistol. His name is e. R. Johnson from Marble Falls Texas. He was somewhat Adverse to being arrested but he had to go. In spite of French. Ottawa ont. Sept. 4. Bill authorizing territorial legislature to abolish dual language system passed yesterday despite protest of French members. A new steamship line. Baltimore sept. 4. Baltimore storage and Light rage company Are about to establish a line of freight steamers from new York and London. The steamships Mississippi Michigan Memphis Alexander and elder will Likely constitute the new line. _ \ will ask England for damages. New York sept. 4. British government will probably be asked to pay tor a portion of the valuable cargo of the Morgan steamship Eldorado stranded recently in the Bahamas. The wreckers took a Large Quantity of the cargo Aud attempted to haul Down the american Flag claiming to be under the British Flag. Charles h. Tweed attorney for the company has employed counsel in Nassau to look Atter the matter. Associated press dispatches and state specials. Up to the time of going to press another chinese riot Shanghai sept. 4.�?a riot broke out at icing on tuesday Al l the Mission and foreign property was burned. No fatalities Are reported. Buying Grain in Hungary. Berlin sept. 4. German War department is buying Grain in Large quantities in Hungary and the Balkan states. Minor telegrams. Spurgeon is no better. London sept. 4.�?inquiries made today As to or. Spurgeon a condition elicited the information that he was very weak and unable to take food. Ireland votes Decimal coins. Dublin sept. 4. associated chamber of Commerce today voted in favor of Decimal coinage. 1 1 4 a 1valuable horses burned. Glasgow sept. 4.- Well known Streete stables at Ayr were destroyed by fire last night and nine valuable race horses perished in the flames. French army manoeuvres. Paris sept. 4. concentration of French troops for till manoeuvres in which they have been ordered to engage has been completed in a manner which the minister of War pronounces satisfactory. _ to guard the Dardanelles. Berlin sept. 4, Vossis Ohe Zeitung thinks that if the Dardanelles report is True an English Fleet May be expected in the Dardanelles to perform sentry duty which according to the treaty is turkeys business. The Pope May leave Rome. Rome sept 4. Observatory Romano in an article which is regarded As written for the purpose of paving the Way of the holding of a conclave abroad says the departure of the Pope from Rome is quite possible it toe general situation in Italy becomes is the Balkau Cloud dispersed. London sept. 4. Vienna correspondent of the times says the Balkan Cloud has been dispersed Russia having it is said advised Servia to postpone her manoeuvres until Spring. This news if True is important. The Vos Siche Zeitung of Berlin publishes a similar report butt says it it is not believed in Bulgaria. A 100,000,000 Issue. St. Petersburg. Sept. ,4.�?m. Vishne Gran sky minister of finance has already availed Iii Seli of the Mukase to put in circulation two issues each of 25,000,000 of paper roubles. It is rumoured that he intends to make a Lur Thor Issue of 50 a 000,000 guaranteed Gold in the state Bank. Australian federation. Melbourne Victoria sept. A a the victorian legislature has passed the federation Hill at the same adopting an amendment excluding new zealand from the federation. The new South Wales legislature by a vote of 61 to 47 has rejected a motion in favor of protective duties. A big Batell of indictments. Memphis tenn., sept. 4�?there Are 742 persons and firms engaged in the liquor traffic in this county and who pay the internal Revenue License Aud of this number Only 231 pay anything to the state and county. The licenses due to the latter amount to Over $200,000 annually and of this amount Only $70,000 is collected. The attenders Are Small grocery keepers who have been let alone because of the a a pull they have in local politics. The grand jury which has closed its session Bas returned 511 indictments against the Liguaro Sellers. Bolton heard from. Elpaso sept. 4.�?dr. W. S. Bolton w Hotshot and killed s. H. Cavett in Juarez a year ago and afterwards escaped from the mexican jail in disguise is now in this City having been compelled to leave new Mexico on account of extradition papers. His Confederate Chay ton who is now in Chihuahua has been condemned to be shot. Defends bal Raceda. Terre haute ind., sept. 4.�? Thos. H. Neleon of this City formerly u. 8. Minister to Chili in an interview says a i see that Balmaceda a downfall is con firmed by dispatches to this government i am sorry for this. The congressional St party was in Power when i was there and of course i am interested in the Success of my friends for such they were but my convictions Are with Balmaseda. He is the representative of the masses against the classes. The people Are for him. The riot and the privileged few Are the Kansas atty sept. 4.�?louis Billing is to be executed this afternoon at Savannah mo., for the murder of his Young wife. Augusta ga., sept. 4.�? Frank Danforth for the murder of his Paramour Lizzie Gray the 27th of last june was Hung today. Guthrie sept. 4.�?Many Banks and other corporations have hired men Togo into the Indian reservations and claim land and afterwards turn it Over to them. Held up by Only two men. San Francisco sept. 4. los Angelos express was held up by two masked men five Miles South of Modesto Quarter to nine last night. Engineer Neff and fireman Wallace commenced to extinguish headlight and fill the boiler with water. The robbers made them order the express car opened Aud when conductor Roche appeared with a lantern the robbers ordered him Back and fired a shot at him which was returned. Detectives Leo Harris of los Angelloz and Lawson were on the train and Harris advanced on the robbers opening fire on them about two car lengths away. The robbers fired three shots at Harris wounding him in the neck and Over the left Eye. A bomb was exploded under the express car breaking the door but the shouting brakeman frightened them off Aud they left without Booty. Harris was take to Mercede where he is lying. A special train with officers and posse of sixty men Are in Pursuit. Officers started from Tulare Maresto Merced and Lathrop. British gunboat hunk. San Francisco sept. 4.�?news has been received Here from Hong Kong that the British gun boat Tweed broke from her moorings in the typhoon of july 18th, and was driven ashore against the Walls of the Navy Yard at Kowloon. A Hole was knocked in the Hull and the vessel filled with water and sunk. A the Crew got ashore safely except Beaman Upjohn who fell overboard and broke his neck. Dallas letter. A big consolidation. New York sept. 4.�?it was announced on Wall Street yesterday that the National tube works of Boston Republic Iron works Pittsburg Monongahela Furnace and Boston Iron and steel works had consolidated under the name or National tube works with a capital of $11,500,000, want an italian Pope. Rome sept. 4.�?a majority of the cardinals it is said Are determined to elect an italian Pope. A Railroad across the continent. Washington sept. 4.�?a cablegram from Costa Rica announces that Congress has ratified the contract for a Railroad across to the Pacific. This will furnish Competition with the Panama Railroad. Additional fighting equipments. Paris sept. 4.�?if experiments with balloons and telephones now being made by France Are successful every army corps will be supplied with Complete outfits including portable dynamos. Italy in her decadence. Rome sept. 4. Commerce of Italy for the seven months ending july is shows a marked falling off As com wired with the same period of last year. The imports decreased $28,800,000 in value and the exports $4,000,000. During the same period the Revenue from customs fell Oft $4,800,000. Arkansas tin mine. Memphis sept. 4.�?several capitalists of this City think they have Mil Lions amp head in a tin mine recently discovered near hot Springs Ark. One of them who has just returned from an examination of the mine says that a crude assay of Ore taken from it shows 7 per cent of pure tin. The owners claim that a Correct assay will show a much larger per cent. Of the precious Metal. Too English by half. San Francisco sept. 4.�?a Honolulu letter says the hawaiian Queen becomes daily More unpopular with the natives and americans As she takes no pains to conceal her favouritism for the English and ignores the buffering of the natives at the hands of the big sugar corporations. The Republican feeling of the Island is spreading rapidly. The result of poverty. Rome sept. 4.�?it is rumoured that the government proposes to ask at the approaching session of parliament for the abolition of the edict of Cardinal Pacca which forbids the Export of the works of the old masters. If this edict should be abolished it will at once enable Prince Berglez to be relieved of his financial difficulties and at the same time give a Chance to the United states to become the possessor of a famous collection of the old masters. The town still burning up and Short on water. The mock marriage busted opera company a starving woman and other sensation. Dallas Texas sept. 2. 1891. From our special correspondent. Another fire the inmates of a boarding House on Carter Street narrowly escaping with their lives. Some were dragged out More dead than alive by men who Rue Heil through the spreading flames and smoke. The boarding House was owned by or. C. M. Wheat and was valued at $8000. Insured for $500. Mrs. Caruthers proprietress had her furniture insured for $3500, it was valued at $5000. In trying to Rouse a Little boy mrs. Caruthers was overcome and fell insensible she would have perished in the fire had she not to Jpn found and carried safely Down the last burning stairs. Or. C. H. Ballinger returned to t he burning building in search for his Little girl he too was overcome Ami Carne near being cremated and As it is May die. He was taken to the Hospital where he lies in an unconscious condition. Or. And mrs. Ballinger had been Here Only a Short time. Everything they had including $210 in Cash was swept away. A House on the Corner of Hord and Carter belonging to we. Mccutcheon was burned. Two buildings owned by or. Sullivan were Laid in ashes Aud the rear of the three Story Brick belonging to Bowzer and Lemmon was greatly damaged by heat. Yesterday morning As or. Hailey Smith the Day Dynamo Man was explaining some change that had been made in the circuit to or. Beeter who had come to relieve him he unconsciously took hold of the positive and negative wires. The current was so Strong that it killed him instantly. The patrons of the City schools and citizens generally Are still protesting against the change in text books As recommended by supt. Harris. A meeting is called to be held in Shady View Park next thursday to take Steps in regard to this change. Times Are too hard just now to require patrons to go to this expense. But our superintendent wants to do something during Bis term of office to cause his name Quot to go thundering Down the Ages a As Giteau said. The nearer the time comes for opening the City schools calling for this useless outlay of Money for new school books the More enraged do people become. Supt. Knight of the Oak Cliff elevated Road notified those in the employ of said Road to Quot Call at the office and get their not an old employee was left in service a clean sweep was made. The discharged claim to be ignorant of the causes of this wholesale dismissal. We presume there was no Quot mock marriage that led to the discharge of these ticket punchers As was the Case with the clerk of hotel de Camp Strothers. An orphan girl from Palmer was passing through Dallas on her Way to visit a sister in Caddo. She was compelled to remain a night in Dallas she put up As she had done on previous trips at or. Strothers1 hotel at the Union depot. The the clerk whom she had met on several occasion persuaded her to marry him then and there. After Many soft and endearing words she consented. Next morning the Olly tongued clerk told her it was All a farce there had been no marriage License the Man who pretended to perform the ceremony was no priest at All. It was All Only a joke he said. He knew the girls past was not spotless. He knew her child was living with her married sister. She had confessed All her dark past to him. The Groom to quiet the wretched girls tears and fears told her to go Home Aud As soon As or. Strothers returned from Kentucky he would marry her. To make a Long Story Short the clerk who had been in the employ of or. Strothers for five years was Given the g. B. Supt. Dalian of the Houston and Texas Central Road by which company the Quot priest was employed gave the Quot Good father his walking papers. The Quot Best Many was the last to suffer for the Little Racket. He was an operator in the Texas and Pacific office he claimed to take no part in the illegal proceedings other than stand by and see the other two fool the girl. The Trio have left the town for a healthier one. Sunday night the Manhattan opera company Betook themselves to the Union depot to take the train. While awaiting its arrival an officer appeared Wlton several writs and attached their trunks and baggage for debts As follows Schroeder a band for music furnished $116 j. F. Worley for printing $25 miss Rita Selby for salary $80 John Swenson $125. This company was brought Here several weeks ago by mayor Connor whose desire it was to establish a summer opera in the music Hall at the fair grounds. The elks will come to the company a Rescue. In a fit of frenzy j. L. Lyne shot his employer o. K. Harry while the latter was seated at his desk in his office. Had it not been for the timely arrival of or. Harry a Young Nephew Lyne would certainly have killed him As there was no one present but a Young lady stenographer Young Harry dealt Lyne a blow on the e head with a Hammer. He now languishes in jail and declines to give any information of his strange conduct. Louis Palmer a Little Tough who has been arrested for theft More times than he is years old is once More confined in jail for the theft of $60 from a Butcher. The Man in charge of the shop left it to get a drink of water returning he found this innocent looking 13-year-old boy standing before the counter. The Man asked him what he would have. The Price was too much and the Little thief turned to leave when a Little negro boy who had seen him Rob the till rushed in and told the Butcher. This boy is now under a $500 Bond one would travel a Long distance before they would find a More repossessing boy than this Little rogue. Father Buckley of St. Patricks Church has been transferred to Abilene. The ladies of his Parish presented him with a Well filled Puree. Quot a. C. Buchanan City was the name registered at a Pacific Avenue hotel. A room was engaged by him and his trunk sent up. At bedtime he was discovered in an unconscious condition in front of the hotel a physician worked with him a greater portion of the night. He claims to have been drugged in a bar room. In the third Story of an abandoned Mill building a woman with a three months old infant was found in a starving condition friendless and poor she had gone there to die. She was taken charge of and cared for. The divorce lawyer of Dallas j. Cd Calhan has taken his departure. While practising Law in Dallas or Calhan was under arrest several times for various offences. Once he was sentenced to jail for three Days Aud barred from practice for six months for contempt of court. X. X. X. Seguin notes. A wedding and reception so foot opening and other social gossip. Special to the Light. I Seguin tex., sept. 3, 1891. At the methodist Church this morn lug at to of clock Rev. Scott officiating. Or. Eugene Nolte was married to miss Claudia Gallagher. She is a Lovely Little woman and was become ugly dressed in a travelling suit of Gray doth with Bonnet to match. Or. Nolte wore a conventional suit. He is one of our most popular merchants and deserves the prize he won. They were attended by capt. Green of san Antonio and miss Stella Terrell and or. Ashby Mcculloch of Mexico and miss Berta Halloman with messes. Jim Terrell and Tom Fuller for Ushers. They took the train for an extended bridal tour. A reception was Given them last night at or. Gallagher a to which Only the bridal party relatives and a few friends were invited but which proved to be a very enjoyable affair. A number of handsome presents were displayed. Sex governor Ireland and fam Iier have returned from Corpus Christi where they have been spending several weeks. Miss b. M. Crenshaw of Terrell and Walter White of Austin spent sunday Here with friends. Montgomery Institute opened yet Ter Day with Good attendance. It is a magnificent school for Young women and Rev. N. B. Fuller thoroughly de serves the Success he is meeting with. About a thousand Bales of Cotton were shipped from Here during Angust. A great Deal is being Beld Back of account of the Low Price it brings rain is very badly needed now and unless it comes very soon the fall crop of Cotton will be a failure. Mrs. Aud or. Cabs. E. Tips very charmingly entertained a few friends at the Magnolia hotel on Friday night. The evening was spent with music. Cards Aud the usual refreshment. The entertainment was complimentary to miss tips of Austin. Or. And mrs. W. R. Neal returned Home today from Georgia where they have been spending the summer with relatives. He. Central american minister. Washington sept. 4.�?mr. R. C. Shanon the newly appointed min later to Nicaragua Costa Rica and Salvador called at the state department today and received his instructions. He will relieve minister Pacheco of a part of Bis onerous duties As the sole representative of the United states diplomatic service in Central America. A humane Consul. New York sept. 4.�?a Valparaiso Caole to the new York Herald says that or. Mcreery the United stats Consul at Valparaiso is in High favor. He rendered valuable services to the persecuted women Aud political refugees whose jives were in danger

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