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SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1885.
Volume V. Number 275.
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LJlMDld, UlUD uujxiJiimo,,
U PH0LSTJ2RYG00DS. ;
OiirUl'IIOLSTKIlVDr.l'AltTMnllT I. irmwlwr rapidly, and sales III tlio hut few jc
Galveston NotcaA Small Firo
Tho Relief Fund.
Secretary Lamar's Oplnlon-A Republi
can Senator Elected In Oregon-Indian
Matter! and Foreign Newt.
mQlSfrm VeVarrrnowtt now .nil full lino or c'Alil'lrrS. surh m lliKndn;,Ttrr.
lulrllr. S etc. Our k'kkI. Hro frcli.our pattern selections r,rtunalo. and price tlio
lowest. We icV and lay Carpets to .ult our customers,
LACE CURTAINS and ORETOKNES
Wo haw tho I.ariroi't Assortment, and can .how nt present n neat select loilr Furniture,
rnn tf!Slri!nii wh oma hauoaixs.
Goo. H, Kaltoyor, Prosldont - Otto Koohlor, Socrotary & Troas.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Cmlvksiox, November 18. JiiiIko
Sabln, sitting as United States Circuit
Court todny, granted tlie receivers of
the Houston and Texas Central llallrbad
Company ierml.slon to )iurchaso 11)
new passenger coaches for immediate
construction and ue.
About 11 o'clock this morning an
alarm of lire was tumi d In at the corner
of Church nnd Twenty-seventh streets.
Flames were seen Lulling from the win
dows above a saloon on Mnrket street.
The Fire Department came with n rush
and a whirl, but the lire had been put
out by John;Cukl, the proprietor, who,
In doing eo, seriously burned bis hands
and arms. It was discovered that the
bar-keeper, wbn had this morning been
dischargtd for Improper conduct, had In
revenge set flro to a mattress In the room
above tlio saloon. The room was burned
Tlio bar-keeper was arrested and Jailed.
It Is thought that the recent big lire
suggested to Iho bar-ktcper this pecu
liar and dreadful method of revenge.
George Dashltll, of Snn Antonio,
Grand Dictator of the Knights of Honor
of Texas, has replied to the. Galveston
members of that Order, stating that a
general appeal of distress has been Is
sued and approved by the Supreme
Grand Dictator for the bencllt ol mem
bers of the Order wbo were burned out
In the late lire.
Grand Treasurer T. I Wren, of Iho
J-oxpon, November IS. The Ilulga- I
rlans, after desperate llithtlng, have car
ried every one of the Servian positions
which were menactngSllvcultza. 1'rlnce
1 Alexander led the Ilulgarlan columns In
! IlKLonAbic, November 18. The Ser
j vlans have oocupled all the positions In
Dragoman I'ass nnd captured the village
rif Dragoman. King Milan has sent a
dispatch In Oucen Natalie announcing
I the success of the Servian army. There
Is much rejoicing here nvcr the news
from the seat or war. All the plotters
against King Milan havo been liberated
except Mllulerowllcli. a clerk In the War
olllce, who Is charged with perjury In
dennunolng his companions.
Lomkx. November 18. The llrltlsli
forres In llurinah have carried the forls
In the vicinity of Mlnhla and captured
the I'll)', nfler three hours llrlng front
the floating batteries, the armed laun
ches and the heavy guns on board the
steamers. The llrltlsli Inst four men
k rd and 7 wounded. Mlnbln was the
most strongly fortified position on the
river and by Its capture the way is clear
for a llrltlsli advance to Mandalay. The
forts at Ava, 12 miles from the llnrmrse
capital, are only slight structures In com
parison with thone of Mlnhla.
Omii i. Nebraska. November IS. Gen
eral Howard has received from General
Hatch of tort .McMnney, Wyoming.
report regarding the recent depreda
tions hy Indians In that vicinity, which
caused considerable uneasiness among
the settlers near the Arapahoe reserva
tion, me nnenii oi jonnson wiui n
le, traced the marauding tnitians to
Arannhoes' reservation, and nntilled
to the chiefs to havethose who had tieen
to the reservation on a thieving expe
dition given up, succeeded In getting
two turned over to nun to tie dealt witn
by the civil authorities. General How
ard says If they are severely dealt with
oy me auiuoriues, mere is nauio m ue
Knights of 1'ythlas, lias reoelved further serious trouble, probably an Arapahoe
advices irom ine diuerent lodges oiuorenK. no iniiuiaieu mat luesn in.
4EMP0RIUE OF FASHI0Ke
This Establishment Is now Replete with All tno Novelties lor the
' Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Illaok and Colored, rialn and Ilrooaded. Cassimeres (black
and colored), Trloots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Camel Hair and ool Sat
eens.' Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain nnd brooaded. bilk
1'ongees, Dress l'lalds In single anil double widths, and
IfirTrlmmlngs to suit all Dress Goods.-firt
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mlts, I.aocj and FanoyJGoods
for Lndlet and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
he has an endless vorlety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Humes, Tips, Klbbons anil Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is tinder llrst-olasa artistes,
wbo will please the tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellngs. Domestlo I'rlnts, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods of oil kinds ever seen In nny dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeclal attention was given to purchasing tall and Winter
bilks, and can lie also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stock ot Kail and Winter Clotblnir Is thy largest otror brought to Toxas, anil
braocs. In tho latest patterns, l'rlnoo Albert. Cutaway, frook ami Hack Snlts.
. A full II
throughout Texas, to the ellect that col
lections aro being freely made for the
benefit of I'ylblaii sullerers. '1 he sum of
SJOO lias alreadv been collected and re
The total foollnzs of contributions for
e benefit of the lire sulferers summits
nearly S87.00O to-nlcht. of which
$3.1,GU0 has been paid In, nnd $3J,IXXJ
ism out to applicants. A large mini
ier of private donations are belnir rn.
elvetl and applied, of which the Itellef
Committee has no record. Tim Odd Fel-
ws. Knights of I'ythlas. Knlehts of
onor and Knights of Labor are all
doing good work among their respective
The work of rebuilding the burnt dis
trict has alresdy bruiin. Klebt build
ngs are going up, anil oiners will no
commenced as soon us lumber can ho
furnished. Of the present emht build
Ings In progress, all are fraino. Many
applications are being received from
outside lis to whether the present out
look does not warrant tho belief that the
work of rebuilding will progress faster
man can ue penormcu uy nouio labor
WAHiusaTos.Novcmber 18. Secretary
amar has sent the following letter to
. Wade MoDonnld. counsel fortlie Ok.
lauoma ooomers, nt winneiu, Kansas:
Sin I have read vour Mtpr nf IIih Jth
Instant stating that none of he persons" resigned, and during that time John
against whom Indictments were pend-
ingin me uisiriot uoun in ivnnaas nave
cone oiraln Into the Indian Terrlmrr. or
in nny way uroaen lauu in respect to tno
greemeni in pursuance oi wnicn tlie
llsmlssal of prosecution was ordered.
Also, that Captain Couch hud at vour
request gone iiuletly Into the Territory
wiui a view oi ascertaining ine numoer
otpersons there, etc. I lie persons against
whom the criminal proceedings were
pending were the representatives of a
class of persons banded and assoclaled
together for tbe purpose or unlawful In
vnsion oi ine tnuiiin t erritory it was
upon insurances and promises made by
yourself and ethers to tills deoartment
and to the Department nf Juulce, that
the Oklahoma boomers. Couch's colonv.
or any of tbe persons associated there-
A very lurgo I
stock of IjA'IIcs', Silases', Me
FURNITUE.B AND CARPETS
His Kurnlture Department Is ooinplotn with Ilouiobold Goods, nnd ho will suit everybody
In this lino. Among ntUor goods wo rinj Plush Parlor Suits, Molialr Parlor Suit., Walnut and
Ash llodnioin Suits, Wardrnboi, Chairs. Hot llrnsseU and Ingrain Carpets. Itug.. .Matting,
CurtAIUS, WIIWOWBUauys. L.UJ. vuumry um -i, ut.w.. i .!.,, ...... ..., v.-.
Send for samples.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Fish, and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce, and Loaoya Streets
tr-T.unch and Meals nt all hours. Everything served In Flrst-Cla's Style.
Follto waiters In attendance. 7-IW-Om
CatUucro and Yak Embrold erics, Tublo Un
i-ns, Napkins, TMIm. Curtain, l.lo,
pt)aw, anJ an endless usftort
incut of Knit dood,
Wo hure also modo n roductlon throuithout
our extensive 1'aney (kmls and Millinery Do
partmonts. Wo aro dally nweivlnir flilinnonu
or Ti-inttiioii aim umnmineu n:m vitkvirr,
and HTltAW UA1H. WINDS. 111111)8, l'OM
IMJNS, and all tlio latent novelties In Fancy
Corner Commeroo and Navarro Streets.
Comer Houston Ptrcct and Aye
Thfi nnlv clifsrettes which do not
Uok tolthe lips are Opera l"ufls tf this markot
A Flno $3,00 Shoo and nil
othor flno goods for ladlos' foot
wear In Innthnr and ruhhnr fa
the coming season.
Trunks and Vallsosln stylo and
Variety surpassing anything
dlans had not been fairly treated by the
Government, and that they have been
starved. They are the same Indians
who appealed lant year Tor some kind or
physic that would keep their children
from becoming hungry.
Judge Wurzbach's Statement,
In regard to the charges made by Dr.
Chew against Judge Wurzbacli in the
Kxpress this morning, Judge Wurzbacli
denies them. He savs the I'oorhouse
has need since July last, 17 gallons of
whisky, four gallons of alcohol, live gal
lons gin and seven gallons of wine for
medical purposes, it ur. mews
charges are true why did he not bring
them before tlio County Commissioners'
Court and have Judge Wurzbacli Invcs-
igo ivurzoncn oiso sisicb mat ur,
A Woman Stabs a Man to Prescrva Hsr
Last evenl.ig a .Mexican entered Kal
teyer's drug store, bleeding profusely
from a wound In the arm. He Inquired
for a surgeon in order that lie might
have It dressed. While the doctor was
attending to him. Mntshal Cardenas and
Olllcer Andrjss Coy entered tho drug
store, and seeing the condition of tho
man asked him how he came by the
wound. The man became confined and
told them that a man had slipped up be
hind bl in and stabbed him. He after
ward corrected that tale by stating he
knew nothing about the manner he came
by the Injury. In the meantime, a wo
man who gave her name as Itecerda
Caromo, came to the police station and
related that she lived west or the San
1'edro, In Chihuahua. While she was In
her house a Mexican, named Tnmas l'ena
enme In, and, catching hold of her, told
ner the reason or his visit, and ho lm- m:.- I AURA AJUIRV
mediately attempted to accomplish his MISS LAIKft A5HOT,
vue purpose iieccrtia loroneo mil ner
best to resist the rtrorta of the amorous
scoundrel, and, finding ber sireugtli In-
indent, sue rcireil a Knlln and stabbed
in In the arm, aller which the would-
iiespoller ran on, On hearing her
i she was taken over to the druir-
tore and there Identified the wounded
isn to bo l'ena and ber recent ravlsher,
'ena was Iben arrested. I'bo wound in.
dieted br the woman la not a .rrlnua
one, and l'ena will soon recover. This
lecherous .Mexican Is already maimed,
and therefore his crime Is Intensllled In
The I'robate Court transacted the fol
lowing business this morning:
Anton lilttemnnn was appointed tern.
.mrary administrator of the estate of
toucri nutier, the bond, being fixed
Charles Matthew.. L. Pfannestlvl and
oui Daslllell wi re annotated annrnlirr..
In the community estate ofAlced l.a
Chnpticllc. Olto llergstruni, C. Vlllemaln
and Victor llalz were appointed an-
me last will anil teitament or w 11.
am Weyel was admitted to probale.
rcuiu wiiuoiK uonu.
G. rrascb. F C. Hauelsen nnd Wll.
am Hiclllng being appointed npprals.
SIMMS & SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS
.I.KAiiEH or Itnsss Hand
Thnrsflay, Friday, Saturday, and Snnflay November 19 20, 21 & 22
with tarry Ik-oley's funnjr pkMrh.
E MIDNIGHT ROBBERS,
In Songs and Dances
at all about the ltndriguez matter fur
ther than the bare application of Air.
ltouriguez to nave ins wile pniceu in ine
County llosnllal for treatment. Tho
cook matter Is another mis-stnteinent as
Judge Wurzbacli and Commissioner
Hrell nir both rushed around for seve
das hunting a cook after llelirlng had
Delslto was tlie cook, and not all the
paupers and ptlsoners who choose to be
The Voudou Case.
This morning, In tho District Court
Sarah Johnson was brought up to stand
ber trial for the murder of her step
miner. Aiireu uwens, uy auminisiennir
poison. All the parties concerned In
the atlalr aro colored. Tho Inquest on
the body of the dead man, which wna
he Id in Auirust. develoned some start
ling tacts ot tue inicuse superstition oi
uiu colored race regarding vnuuouicm.
The eirl. Sarah Johnson, who Is accused
of tiulsonlui! the late Alfred Owens, at
teiopieu. on giving uer eviuence, 10
hrniv the crime on ber mother. Owen
with would make no further attempt at during Ids lifetime was n porter at lieu
unlawful settlement In the Indlnn Ter- singer's store, and was n sober and re
rttory, anil that tney had disbanded speotnble man
lutrir urKUUlailil, eic lUHl uiu cnui-
inai proceeuings were snipped, it is
wiui great iiisappoiniiueni uiui un ie
nartment learns of the renewal of the
attempts of unlawful Invasion of the
Territory by these same persons, what
ever may be tho name or title tinder
which, they arc banded anil organized.
This will make the Government more
cautious In any future dealings with
mem. jur. coucu snouiu not go into tne
nuian lerrnory lor any purpose, ana
If he does co without a permit, he will
be guilty ot an open violation of the
roiiTLAXu, Oregon, November 18. In
The last will and testament of Jnbn
Murphy, decened, was admitted tol'ro-
iu. laincrine .Miirpuy iieing an
ointed executrix without bond. (1. It.
'tumberir. James .McSnrlev mid John
King being appointed appraisers.
1 he final account of the administrator
tne estate of u. rre s eben. was nn-
I'luicu auu mo uumiiii.irniion cioseu.
Tho Western tmln on the Southern
'acllio duo this morning. Is several
hours behind time and will not arrive
until 3 o'clock this afternoon. The cause
f the delay could not be learned. An
extra train fur Houston waa made up
hub uiuruiiig, uimi nu express mailer was
forwarded, as usual, by the Wells, Fargo
To-morrow evening, Ulchard C'awley
III bo tried for lunacy. Cawley will
be remembered ns the man who escaped
from the 1'oor bouse. In 1883, and went
to bis mother's house on Avenue C, and
killed her with an ax, In a paroxysm of
Cnrr o Watson will nlfo be tried on an
aflldavlt of lunacy, nnd also a woman
nameu jirs. Jioore.
The following ladles and gentlemen
the IS rat ballot In the Legislature to-dat ,
-Milcueii received -a votes, ueorue II.
Williams 14, scattering 11. The Demo
crats voted sol d V for Slater. On the
second ballot Hired Republicans changed
to jiiicueu, muaing nun jo. men, us
tier agreement last nlirbt. 18 Democrats
voted for Mitchell, making htm 47. It
required i'J to elect. After this there
were other changes, tbe ballot olllclally
oeing, oiiioneu o.i, oi wnicn ks were ue
publloans and 17 Democrats, Williams
13. Slater. Democratlo. 20. scatterlnir'2.
The Democrats wbo voted for Mitchell
lustlfrthelr vollneforn reoubl can,
state mat ue hub pieugeu rumseii 10 sup-
port tne Democratic national adminm-
tratlon In whatever way be required of
mm. iney voieu lor Hint unuer tue au
thority of the onuous, and so made tbe
election a party one.
New VpiiK, November 18. A speolal
irom uuuuian, ueoritin. says: ine
buildlnir used as a colored female scmb
nnry.ln this town, was destroyed by lire
at i ociock mis uioruing. several
months ago tbe Northern Methodists
purchased the buildlnir. The citizens
objected strongly to the location of a
colored Institution on the site, and every
effort was made to ellect an agreement
wnicn wouui onange tue location to an
other part of the town. Soon after the
opening of tbe school an unsuccessful
attempt was marie to assassinate tbe
principal oy snooting mm at iiieut ut
ter calling him to bis door. No lives
were lost at last night's lire, the origin
of which Is a mystery. Mrs. ltuther
ford II. Hayes Is said to be one of tbe
lames interrsieu in tue scnooi.
Cirv or Mkxico. November 18. The
opposition members of Congress have
agreeu on me uiu requiring i tie uovern
ment In making contracts of all kinds to
accept the lowest bid publicly made It
also provides that at Hie close of each
fiscal year the Oovernment shall sell at
publio sale the public debt securities at
tue rate ot ouu,uuu yearly, inner opera
tions In tbe sale of public securities are
prohibited. All danger of it cabinet cri
sis is apparently passed, ana it is an
nounced in political circles that no mem
ber of tbe cabinet Is irolncr to reslcrn.
Consultations on tarlll reform measures
are actively going on, and the French
iiuaiuuer ui vuiuuierce is active in press-
F. II. Hunt, vagrant, dismissed.
John Supple, drunk, lined $.1.
W, W. Cox, disorderly, continued.
i uaries ltyun. iirunK. unea
i.iuo -nain.carrjing a pistol, nneii J).
utracio viiui, carrying a pisioi, ?.iu.
Mntlas Oarza. cnrrylnir a pistol.
W. 11. Onlnes. enrrrlue n nlstol. S2:
Dan Webber, drunk ami disorderly.
Kalevan Sandoval, quarreling and
Ilcbtlntr. fined fi.
utinnes cttreincr, quarreling ami
In Qood Condition,
Since Postmaster Howard assumed
charge of the Sun Antonio postollloe he
has appointed Hal C. hint:, ns money
order clerk; Miss lletsle Dwycr, stamp
ciera; iur, d vj. irueueari, registry
clerk, ami Carlos life, instribuiinguierk'.
Dr. Howard savs thus far bo has rotinu
the condition of the olllce good, as left
oy bis predecessor, .Mr. -Vewcomu.
U. Garronl, two kitchens, corner Mon
terey and Frlu streets, First Ward,
Oscar 1'erlsnd. lumber dwelllnir. south
1. Aqullar, lumber dwelling, north
side Soutlrl.aredo street, First H ard,
Tho thin edge of our last grand llnnn
clal rally, beirins to-nlsht. br a sumpt
oils supper ut St. l'aul's M. 1). church
conducted by the active ladles of the
church, with Mrs, Nancy Webb and
oiners, at tue ueaii. All wuo ntienu
may expect a very pleasant recent on
2iaoK iienson, pastor.
Iteportcd esprcsrly fur tho I.iout by M
Floyd & Co., 21 BolcJitd strceti
New Yiiiik. Noveuber W. Fulunx dull Inn
ttomin saleM, sj.amt tul(s. Xoveutber, 0
u.3Ji uuceinber, u.iiu.tii January, nwui
U.'ltUSJl Mar, V.'JvtSI0.U; June. JLl.lCaiC.il
July, lua.ftili.itli Auirust, lu7iDlD.ut. Bikiu
UIIU, IlllUdllUS, I'lUii www, 1-OUUIV9.
Naw VllltK. November IB. HliKk mArlre
Northwcstern, lltlitlielaware aud Lackawaua
t-Hl ut. i-au,,wi',.
LlVKitl'OOL, N'ovoinber 10. PpoU bsnlen
13.UO bales; recelits,IM3ulwles. r'uturus.nul
Aovcinueri'i-eeiuuer, o.vu iHieinuelsl
ary, 6.071 January.l'ebruary, a.Oi.
ClIIOAOO. November 10. IVI.khI ,
Januarv. UJlc. ruin, cmlnti .THiitntrv. na,e.
Pork, ucttvd and mini January. 10.0TH. I ant,
WbeaL 41.000 IjuMu li: corn.' ilj.jlll hum
hoiri, 15.U10 hea l. MilpmentaWbet, It,
Now coiner the areal sketeb team,
STAIIIN AND RICKLIN. nc,,,1,F-
f thHr many ktclit. Tln iwyU Iiavi n nn'tmiMjIltan rcpiitallon Kccond to
Ih niuiitry, iltitntroiiuof tlio l t ftkrtchoi turn U-toru tho public. Tliey liareunl
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
In Oporatic Songs
(IjiIp of llnkrr Uurk-r)
it I(crceMtatIon nf tin-Old tmthirn Kvgm, Don't fall to ns him,
DONNELLY and DREW.
Tltfc mitlmiHniiirowlthoitt)oiitt the iMwt trtalt ViioIIt ati'1 Dancrrti now utmrt tli
VathlllaktatN NMMMhw-fitvM ttint an wlttimit a liWnlih, tlancliiff with tho utmMt ra
ttt-lthrwIUv wilnit ami ItW lillii.ro IrnNtU.l Tln-r wlU unn-nr tliln wck In ttnlr
nnutrriHtv nr I riili vunmly,
U hlcli lta wun (or t lirm n worM wMe reputation.
TUv IauiiIiuIiIi' Art,
A Little Misunderstanding.
liiiKtr, ihhim'jt aiHi iNMineiiy.
Urn Ikiwl. 'I
Lamps, and n
rmirlliWivkand III lilt, of tlie Ureal and only,
MISS LAURA, ASHBY,
or tier (treat Orbrntnl Jutrallnir and tlulanclniri ats.i IhcWonderfiil Jananeso
inly lMy In Hie World liitrudiiuln llie tVnmlerful Feat or llalanclng Kilo
other new and noii l feats, lsm't tall to seo Iter.
Miss DEBBIE RICKLIN,
In Songs and Dances
In Oporatic Selections
Yim bas wallcl-lleru bol-
- At linino with Music, Mirth and Mimicry.
er-11ie Hlundard Ikilrer. National Hontr-'llio Hlars and Strines of a Pcnturr aim.
Written and iHiuil'.mtHl py Harry Mnenrtliy. Cliaructer Tim lrlU Aincrlcnn Honir Terry,
I and My lloltle, written amlaiiNMl ur Hurry Marartliy.
Malil. rl.iniratid llHtieu-fJtllu lletiteliertilrl. Written aiKlcunq
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
Will Pleaso You
Tlio wlilrtocx)ncluiowlth Donnelly X Drow'a lautflinltlocouiiHly, entitled
THE TWO MEN FROM SANDY BAR!
I'llAllAfrillW 11V Tin: KNTflli: t).MI'A.NV.
Monday, Nov. Zlrd, tlnwanl. Never Packard,
Aixl tlio Ilanner Week, Coiniosln(rthoU'rtJlnjf Vaudeville ArtUti.
Look Out Fop The Great Bill.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. Sam Xewmau Is 111 with tbe
Miss Dell Stevens Is a suiierer from
Ceclllo Sandoval, need 4. died In
tbe Second Ward on tho 17lh, of pneu
l'owcrs and Kelley receive sp-
tended the basket surprise party night &,,n'gh' " ,ha ,V"'lnB'on
ueiore last at juss Annie .orK's rem
dence on the occasion of that young
lady's departure for New Orleans on a
a visit: The following ladles and tren-
tleinen were present: Hattle Ilaum,
Helen Veltb, Sarah Land a, Ilertha
Frank.Melany Scrn. Harriet Halft". Annie
Zork. Vctta Stetn, Ada Morris, lletlle
Morris, Hannah Kocnlghelm Joe Hanoi,
nan jtarx, sain i.ewin. A. Htelnbardt,
Iluito Nadler. Aaron Frank. Abe Cohen.
junus aim i.eon .ork, Arthur Mommcrs.
Deputy SherlirKstevan Sandoval was
fined 93 by the Itccorder this morning
for quarreling and lighting with Mr.
Charles Schrelncr, on the night of the
last lire. Ho slruck Schrclner over tbe
head with a pistol, Hchrelner's case
was dismissed. After Recorder's court
tbe two came together again In front of
scureiner s saioou anu Baniiovut wat
struck In tbe mouth by Schrelner. San
doval attempted to draw his nlstol. but
ii uronpeu irom ins Hand, tie alleges
that Mr. Fritz Schreiner. father of Cbas.
Schrelner, held htm while Charles
struok him this morning. All three
were arrested and will be tried to-mor
row morning by the itccorder.
The Pecan Trade,
The pecan trade is at Its highest now,
and several car loads aro belug shipped
from here every day, Tbe best market
Is said to be St. Louis, but great quan
tities of ibeso nuts are shipped direct
tonewiork. San Antonio Is nrobablv
tbe largest pecan market from first
nanus in Texas, it not in tue united
States. Tbe linn of Crowtber fc Dunn
has alone already shipped some 18 car
loads, aggregating some 323,(XXI pounds,
while mere are other extensive ship-
Fers. The price holds steady from 3 to
cents per pound, according to size,
ltledel & Tins vs. J. 1. Condon, for
debt. Is the latest suit filed In the Dls.
The skntlntr rink has nrramretl t
bcnellt for the Galveston sullerers to
A lnrce lot of Tbankiclvlriir turkeys
were snipped in rort Jictuiosu anu l.a
redo this morning.
The San Antoulo Juienlle Gun Club
ill hare sweepstakes shooting this af
ternoon at tbe springs.
There w be no drill bv the lie k-
nap miles to-night, on account of tbe
benent enicriainment nt xurner uau.
Valenllne Hernandez, aliss Florenzo
Garcia, was sentenced this morning to
live years' imprisonment in ine penned
tlary for horse stealing.
The tin roof Is being put on tbe new
First Ward school house, which la the
farthest advanced of the four new school
buildings now under construction.
Wanted, a house ol four or six
rooms, rurnitucu preierreu, centrally lu
ted, uy a responsioie tenant, Auuress,
IC. II.," this olllce, with terms. 3i
Kersnnds' Minstrels rove an enter
tainment at Turner Hall, last nlirht. to
a targe auuienco. Applause was ire-
qucnt, cntnusiastic, anu uescrreu
There will be a irrand festival at the
Mount Zton llantlst Church on Saturday
night, for tho bcnellt of the church, at
tue oiu uuuuing. i;omeoneauii an.
. lllvers, fan I or.
Mr. Albert Haas, n popular youni:
clerk", formerly witu mum & noenigs-
bereer. will soon leave lor .lew lork,
He intends to return to Texas, however,
and to San Antonio
The Helvetia Swiss Society aro ar
ranging tor a beneflt torMr.Urieder,tbe
oaaer uurneu out on uoiorosa street last
Monday morning. Tbe pcrtormers belt!
a reuearsai at urisoira unit inst night.
Chailes L. Salter lias tendered bis
resignation to tbe lllemauilu Thread
and I.lnen Company, and will on Mon.
day next accept un engagement with
WHO IS IT?
Man Found Dead In the River Near
Cuenther's Lower Mill.
This afternoon at 1 o'clock the body of
man was discovered floating In the
aterat Uuenthcr's Lower Mill on KlDg
William street. The body Is almost cov
ered with decaying leaves, etc.,
and only the back of tbe bead
and a portion of the back are
lslble. The body annears to be
that of a man about 30 years of age. De
composition has evidently set 111, for tbe
sieucn irom it is nausestiog. At tno
tlmo of wrltlnir this renorr the coroner'a
Jury havo not arrived, and the body
still remains in mo river.
Mr. I.ttdwlir Mabncke wbo viewed the
body while lit tbe river, said It looked
to uiui line a man nameu utto wagner,
who came from Kansas City some few
months ago to San Antonio for the bene
fit of tils health, and boarded at tbe Mis
sion Uarden. He left about U days ago
to go into tue country.
I.IUHT again calls attention to the' prac- 1f.ll""f "oery house of Hugo
tlcablllty of nlanlinir necana ns an In- bohmeltzer.
vestment to hrlnir laruer' returns. Quite h coodlr crowd collected ai
- I Travis Turk yesterday to hear the niusli-
The Reason Why. of the F.lghtb Cavalry band. Many more
i m tuiiiicno may nut ue given, US
-now uu ii iiappeu mat mere are so luuiuteu tuu r.igutu uavairy W
many old maids among school teach- leave San Antonio In February.
ersr" asked a reporter of a school
teacher the other day. "Become school
teachers nre as a rule, women of sense,
anu no woman win give up a w posi
tion iur a iu pun.
Dan Webber beenmn ilrnnk on till
hack last night and "hurrahed" the bat
cave. He was finally captured by tbe
mounted police alter n chase up North
r tores street, ami landed in tne bat cave.
wnere be remained until this morning,
Captain Shardeln, City Marshal, says
The Flatonla Artrus tells of anextrnnr. iho inMU,.,.,i.,,..rii. .Amm.i.'.n..
dlnary woman t Mrs. Sarah Motts, of In the Ijout of Tuesday did not have an
1 tus County, a vounir widow made ihl 1 .nii.mi. m iir n...... .,.
year with her own bands, seven bales of ded him, could liave teetlll'ed bad tho
cotton and I 'M) bushels of corn, doing her court not allowed him to go without
.. a ...u uiitaiug uaiog u witness, sue opinion oi ur,
i uraves was tuai tue man was urunic.
The Turner Opera House will
be crowded to-night, the concert for the
benefit of tbe Galveston sullerers taking
Bin Antonio. November 19. 1835. Tho
llrm of Schulz & Duncan, carriage paint
ers, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Fiunk Sciiblz,
H-l-3t J. M. Duncan.
One bedroom set. one aldA.hnnrri, nan
dining table, parlor and dining-room
ohalrs, one relrlgerator, white china.
inquire for two days at Dr. Smith's, No.
luuvernmeut iteauquartert. ll-iS-'Jt
JOHN P. O'LEARY,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
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Kroo deliver ij'fttom la all aoocMlUltf
; the olty,