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.WAR I Liquors and Cigars; Will sell cheaper than ahy ' " one. for cash. Th San Antonio Light . AtUIKST AU; COM I HltlllUS "l Cheaper Than Any ! Har'ry Baum Sc Go:) ,San. Antonio, -Texas, Saturday, November 1 , 1 S84. Vol. IY. Ho. 263. Ton Cents a Week :;c,r MOW IS THE TIME- 'TO BUILD" -WHILE- LUMBER IS DOWN ! Lower than the Lowest! At the Best and Largest Stocked Lumber Yards of Ed. Steves & Sons. The Pioneer Lumber Dealers of Western Texas. Do not forget to call. OFFICE AND YAltDS I. & G. N. It. It. Depot anil Sunset Cross ing, Alameda Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. Jl ID 0Q jr to -a e ra.. OQ oo o p 3 3 e a . 8 (3 ccJ "J5 CO p i i O 51 w ' J; . H In a i ID'- H $5 0 51 If. 5s" : . . S3 .- - SL "S S AC L. WOLFSON, JfiSIHOV!!'"' NORTHWEST CORNER MAIN PLAZA, Fall and Winter Goods. VI 1IAVKTIIH BKASONMAPK TIIK LARClWtT t'UllCllASE OK "ID BESS GOODS Ever brought, to this city, all of which has been selected with the greatest. vanr. ah eieKuui uuu mom. ueuuiiuii selection 01 Bil.jva jnu nAiifld, VThe finest selection of Ladles' wear.embraolng everything needed " Into-iady'g wardrobe. The very latest styles In Batlns, - -Worsted Goods, and an endless variety of Laces, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Wraps, and everything for fall and winter wear. CLOTHIN G ! CLOTHING ! My stock of Fall and Winter Clothing for Men, Youths and Hoys Is rery large and embraces every article known In the line of Gents' Fi'rnlshlng Qoods, Over coats, Hats, Boots, (Shoes, Press Butts, Business Suits, Underwear, etc., all In the greatest quantity and variety. My stock of BOOTH AND SHOES Is fully lip to the demand, embracing everything from tbo finest to the commonest. ALL' SAINTS tfAY. Ita Celebration In the City ot San Antonio. To-day Is All Solids Day. or All 'Hal lows Day, the first of November being set aside by the Cathollo church-as the occasion for a feast of obligation In mem ory and In honor of all (ho sslnts. There, nre many saints whoso memories, bright and dear, are venerated by every truo Cathollo ; In fact, the number of sslnts being so excessively multiplied, It was found too burtbcnsouie to t'edlcato a feast day to each. In reality, there were not days enough, senrco hours enough, n the year for this purpose. Hence an expedient was bad recourse to, by com memorating such In combination as had no peculiar days of their own. The feast was first established by Tone Boniface JV, In the 10th century. ills being ouscrveu uytno catholics of this city with all due solemnity. The widow, the mother, the daughter, the sister, reverting their nicmorlf s.tQ a past period, when a loving husband, or child, or sister, or brother, now In the' cold, cold grave, had been with them to cheer them, to make them happy, to love and be loved, aye, even to Join with them In the holy commemoration ot this day went to that grave, bearing wreaths and garlands of flowers to decorate It In memory of the dear relative whoso re mains wero mere, it was loucningio the heart, vet truly admirable, to wit ness the spirit of those who went to perform tills mission of love. Here imgut nave Dcen seen ine wiuow, ooweu to the cround. too deep In sorrowful recollection even to raise her band to break the crusted sod, beneath which lay all that was of the once dear partner of her bosom. Yonder upon her knees rested a loving sister In prayer of love, and when we thought, It came to mind that not long ago she, whom dust had claimed as dust, and heaven for Its prize, with she In tears of grief, had grown to gether like two lovely flowers upon one stem, which the same beams and show-'" era and breezes lulled or awakened In their purple prime which the same band should gather, the same clime shake with decay. But God, who moves In a mysterious way, took that one to him self and lelt this one to the. world, and she knelt beside the grave, though It was "no place of work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom," but only the silent repository of that sister whose passage nwny buu seemeu line an unreal mystery, feigning to follow the sublime career of her destiny beyond the mighty moons that movo upoa the verge of na ture's utmost sphere, till the world's shadowy walls are passed, for the dead return not. and love's ambition went be- jond this grave for satisfaction. juany graves were uecorateu anu many more onlr reoelved attention for irovemenioi appearance, o-morrow Is All Souls Dav. or the occasion for supplication for the souls of the departed, that they may have eter nal rest; that perpetual light may shine unto them, that their peace may be perfect. Soma Questions Answered. Editor San Antonio Llgbt l Sax Astoxio, Ootober 31, 1S8I-I re spectfully ask space In your paper for a brief answer to the short article which appeared In the Liqiit last ovenlng, headed "Somo Questions." I admit that ugly pleco of stove pipe sticking through a pane of glass does not look well and Is out of place. As tothe ques tions, what Is the matter with the flues, are they all stopped up, or are there not enough of them, was not the contractor paid a largo sum of money by the city, especially for the construction of flues In the High school building. In answer the contractor of said bu ldlnc bees to state: First Not being the janitor of me jiign sciiooi ouuuing, ne uocs not know whether the lines are all stopped up or not after last winter's use. sec ondThe contractor was not the archi tect of said hulldlnir. therefore had nothing to say as to the number of Hues or their location, nurd the contrac tor did not receive live cent, especially hut did receive navment las irr sneclai agreement) for the construction of hot air flues, which radlato from a certain part of the celler, designed for a heating furnace; thoso flues havesultable outlets In all rooms, constructed as ne? Instruc tions In every particular. The contrac tor wishes to say further, and without fear of contradiction, that he at least did his whole duty In the constructs n of the High school building, and does not hold himself responsible for the blunders of otbers,lf such exist. It being aootu 14 monius since iuo uuuaing was Ilnlshed and accented by the city through their architect, and its continued use through heat and cold ever since, ought to exempt iuo contractor iroin ulnuie, unless he had a perpetual contract, which he disclaims having, to keep the same In llrst-class running order. I trust, Mr. Editor, the foregoing answers to your questions will be satisfactory In so fur as the contractor Is concerned. Kespcctrmiy, Jasii'.i Mi'iii'iiv, Attempted Suicide. A pretty mulatto woman named Km- Ma Crawford wns found this morning oil Matamoras street suffering from the euecis ui inurpiiiiie. i rompi applica tion of the stomach pump saved her life, and she Is at present progressing favor ably, Shu Intended suicide, having been badly treated by a white lover. The Plumed Knigjkt.t Volume I, Number 12. SAN ANTONIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1884. Jisnics P. Hewcomb, Editor. P.C FURNITURE I In asking the attention of the Furniture buyers to my stock this winter I be lieve that 1 am advertising for their good as well as my own. The assortment Is larger xtban ffVeTjbefqre.rincludlntf the. newest anil best mado. 'There 'are many new and beautiful designs In PAULO II AND CHAMBER FUHNlT URE of ilrst- pian wuninnusnip in gresp variety anu nu mat is new. a mil stopK or juatretses unufieuuing. inei UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT Offers most that Is rew and additions ara belnir maria dallr. rmlmnori in l vlted to make a comparison before purchasing. My entire Fall and Winter Stock has beerf seleqtedi'not hurriedly, but. Willi the greatest care and consideration fo. retail purchasers;-and 1 now Invite the public to a critical examination bf same; JLi,.W0HiF,S02JT. Funeral Notice. Pled this morning at 0 a. m Mrs. Elizabeth Grossenbacher, aged 77 years. The .funeral will take place from the family residence, cornerot Third street and Avenue D. to-morrow (Sunday) at 3 p. ra. Friends and acquaintances In. vlted to attend. James Murphy, The architect, has his card In (he Lionr to-day, Mr. Murphy has gotten up the plans of some of tho finest buildings In this city. The Dullnlg building alone Is a testimonial which will long stand as a monument to bis ability and skill as n' flrst-class architect. For Bargains, flare, call on Kahn'& Co:, whose'atlrac tlve advertisement tells itbout tho grand slaughter of goods taking place at their store. Read HI and 'don't stop, when you are. 'out shopping .until you have beentoKshn ACo.'a. ' TAIL FEATHERS. One day to) our country, gentlemen. As the hour of contest approaches the Republicans feel Jubilant, One day to your country Is n6t piuch to ask or the citizen. Four thousand Poles In New York have declared for Blaine. Election day Is n 'day devoted exclu sively to American sovereignly. Let every brnve Democrat face the're1 turns and take the consequences. Scan your ticket wetland see that J. II. Rector's name Is on It for Congress. Social enual tv" Is the latest oiler made by the ring Dcniooraoy for Iho colored voters. iV mania lantern will dlsnlav the Vic torious returns at the. Blaine and Logan headauarters. pretty girl embraced Blaine the other day. How mad that would have mado Cleveland! Tucsdav's result will wlno out the fraudulent claim of the Ji'Uiocracy that they won In 1870. Two hundred dollars was tho nromlso made tothe colored men at St. llcdwlck to support French & Co. Jlldce Union's inereh wns a sprns nf sledge-hammer blows upon tbo-Morrl-son-Carlisle Democracy. Joe Savers has been nrnwllncr nrntind lately. lie runs upon tho momentum of a Democratic nomination. "Dot's a good Republican speech." re marked n sable Republican as ho came out from listening to Judge Upson. The Turner ball onern, house Is evi dently not n Jim French concern. So cial equality Is excluded from tho bills. To abandon the ballot-box to tho ward strikers and professional electioneered Is to court defeat. Good citizen remem ber this. The ring ticket has been rrenarlnir for the flood. One' or two of the tallest have been picking out trees to climb on election dny. Let voters remember that the election of a free trade Congressman In this dis trict will entitle us to no consideration at Washington. The free trade element of the Demo cratic nartv In the Tenth district Is lo cated north of Colorado, and Saycrs Is Its representative. If the State law on bribery at elec tions could be enforced Bexar county would contribute millions to the rev enue of the State. Soctal-Enualltv French and Commit- nlstlo Copeland make a nice team for the intelligent voters or licxar county to tackle at the polls. Unson talks as he voted In Conirress. Let the people of this county vote as thov talk. Savers should not receive a slnglo vote In this city. Every man has h i Influence. Let our business men show that they nre with the people, and of the people, by taking an actlvo part at the polls on next Tuesday. Malor Tom Breckenrldee may as well nave accepted me nomination ior con gress, and made the canvass as to be tramping over the dlstrlot playing sec ond llddie for Sayers. Judge Noonan can only be beaten by political trickery and fraud. Ills dlgnf iled address to the neonle will command the respect and enlist the support of every goou citizen. The precaution was taken to shut the windows at the court house during Judge Upson's speech on Wednesday nigni, to prevent nnyoi tue ring lie mooraoyfrom falling out. War-like Dick Hubbard, better known ns corrupt Dick, Is advising pistols In In diana, out wucii lie turns ins race Texas wards, his mind dwells on sober Buck waiton, nnu ins Heart rails mm. Bayers has been playing a very strong hand of "white man" during I Ills can vass, and yet Sayera must get Ids voto nero lurougume sociai-equallty-r rcncti' Caslano-Copeland Dcmocraoy. To vote and then turn vour bnek on the ballot box Is not the full duty of the good citizen, Give the cause of good Kuverninem anu nonesi ponuos Ilie in lluence of your presenoe on that day. The colored men are humble.worklnt- men, uui, wuen .mayor rrencn oners them social. coualllv as the nrlnn nf their 'Votes, and especially social equality with the ring Democracy, their prldo won't permit jt. It only remains for Rodcers. French'. orator, to pledge bis master tothopollcy ui rciiciuuiK uio law loruiuuing ine mar rlage of colored men to white women then bis social equality offer will be in ueuer suape For the ilrst time In the hlntnrv nf nnr local politics tho regular Democratic nominees abandoned their nartv and sought tho endorsement and support of mt tuiuicu men, who lire an put tiown US JiepUUUCTUB. Mao Anderson Is devotlmr hli nttitn. Hon to the colored voters In the Interest ofthorlnir. This rlno will iur ml. the city or San Antonio, and any hope of itmmu iicm qui m reuegaue JtepuU' Means will fall of fulfillment. The rlnu Democracy have afinmlnneil their party nominations and now seek success by securing a solid Mexican vote and a divided colored vote. It remain to be seen If this kind of politics Is to rule the people of Bexar county. jieoause old Copperhead Hendricks Is the tall of the Democratlo ticket, It Is contended that the decision of 1870 Is to be reversed. The people will decide It on Tuesday and forever afterwards tho Democraoy must bold their peace. The ballot box Is the throne of the American. The humblest and the high est hold equal sway from Its platform. About It the proudest should feel proud to stand and contend for their opinions or tbo humblest to approach with pride and freedom.. The Express annonnoed the other day that Sayers, Hancock's successor In Con gress, was In the olty. If the voters of old Bexar have not lost an Interest lu their own prosperity, Sayers will only be llanoock's successor as a Democratlo nominee. The cood citizens of our cltv who hnvo the covernment of the county at heart have It In their power td defeat and put an end to the conspiracy of a few oillco hunters to capture the offices. In or- lirr In iln tills avrry cooil citizen should give tho election day his cntlro atten tion. Dick Hubbard has been Irving to in cite the Indiana copperheads to arm themselves and shoot down the United States officers at the polls. If the boo sters only knew what ft bag'of wind Dick Hubbard Is, they would not turn pale at his blood curdling suggestions. I am looklnc: for Cleveland." was tho announcement on n transparency carried In a Kansas procession, by a female at tired patriot, followed by n sad looking iu-year-oiu ooy carrying one wnn mo Inscrlnllon. "So am I." - But Maria and Oscar Foliom will linve to take It out In looking. Rodeer't. French's soclal-cnnnlllv orator, urged the colored men, to vote asalnst Judiro Noonan. hecauso the Judgo had not Put colored men on the Juries, and went on further to advlsn. mctniovoio ior ine jiomocrats, wncn tho fact Is It Is n Democratlo law that excludes colored men, froui tho Jury box, Anderson Harris, independent candi date for Constable, Is encouraged to run by the nrouimo of the "r ne" leaders to throw oil' on their, nominee and vote for b in. Harris Is an excellent man. and irthoHing Democracy will give blm a hearty support stands n chance of elec tion. But this promtle- IS too thin to eaten colored voters. The demand on the nart of the Chair man of the Democratlo Execullvo com mittee of this county for the appoint ment ot unitcii mates miner visors oi .lection Is the most novel circumstance that has happened In American politics. Had tho Republicans asked this thing to tie none, wnat a nowi wouiu nave gone up all over the land about Federal Inter- terenco ot tue oauoi uox. When a man entrenches himself, like French has, behind & ring nomination and proceeds to manipulate, by tbo agency ot tue city oiiiciais, iuo voters, It Is time for the people to bring blm to an account. No species of boss rule Is so repulsive as this. Thus the people's taxes are nied to pay publla sorvants who combine to overthrow all decenoy and honesty at the ballot box. The neonle of the Tenth district aro sound on the tarllT question, but the nemocraiie organization is not sounu; Judge Upson was set aside for a free trader. 'Tho fact' Is that the Demo cratlo organizattoii in the State is free traue, anu tueso politicians wouiu sacrt lice millions ot dollars of the wealth of the State rather than havo their party programme disturbed. French Vetoed the ordinance encour aging manufactories. His grounds for vetoing the ordinance were not applica ble at all, and were evidently Inspired iroiu ino standpoint ot a uemogogue. Thero is only opo question Involved In this measure, and Is a legal one. It Is whether tho city can remit taxes: If It can, then the ordinance should be passed, nut ins nonor tnougui ne mtcht make Some canltal with tho one or two mills In operation here by his veto. An In the Cltv Counc' Mayor French's, business ability and caro. The nubile' only saw the Item In the proceedings' of the return Of some $1,1Q0 over assessment to the firm of Adams x vvicnes, Mayor urenctt uoing the agent of said firm. It seems tbrougu the carelessness of Frenob or bis want of knowledgo of the business of his firm, an error of some $U7,(XK) had been maue against tne nnu in tne assess rn tlx acci dentally discovered by the committee, on assessment. Thinly of trusting a man with a responsible office who wll, leave an us lauors to a cierK. Mayor French, through his mouth piece. Polloeman ltodpera. ndvlHfa tho colored men to loin tho Democ racy as a short cut to soolal equality. If iuo uuer uau peen maue oy any otuer I uum iud ting; Asvuiuuracy, tue usrif les might have considered it. Judge Noonan and tho Courts Those ring fellows Indulge In talk about the District court that no man In his sober senses, with a full knowledge' of the facts as they exist, but feels In honor bound to correettho false Impres sions, ineuocxei is encumoereu, say they, and whyf Because the court has to perlorm the labor of three courts the County court, tho Criminal court and tue District court, f-very welt in formed attorney can verify this. 1 claim then that, outspoken truth Is as commendable In election affairs ns in other matters, and that silence Is crlm inal. Mr, Cocke, the publlo prosecutor, will doubtless establish the fact that about half of the time of the District court- Is occupied In the trial of criminal cases. Con sider for a moment the many murder cases tint have been tried, and the time necessarily consumed, notably the Ben Thompson case, the Do Witt county cases, the Wright cases, and yet we are told no cases are tried when the hun dreds of persons now In the penitentiary give uoieiui evidence to tue contrary. Vemtas, Young Man. Let every young mati who casts his maiden vote east It for his country and good government. Let the young man drop his ballot witn n nrm nana anil a promt conscious ness of patriotism. Let the maiden voter pledge his faith to the great living present and not to tbe dead past. Let the young man vote to protect the American Industrie and American la bor. Let him vote for bis country an agalnstthe pauper laborof tbe old world Let his pride and manhood find ex pression In casting a Republican ballot, A Moment's Rellectlon. The last argument has been made, Tbe appeal-Is tothe ballot box.' Tbe citizen must remember his manhood .The supreme moment happens when tho .uauot is can.. Let every man bracoun for a moment Let every man think before, he per forms the nlghest'act of a citizen. Let It be from an Impulse of patriot- ism. Ladles approve of your,, smoking -utile JOKr. " " MAYOR FRENCH Holds Open tho Door to Soelnl . Equnllty. Tne colored vote lias been greatly sought after by the ring Democracy and inettion Known to corruption and fraud has been left untied to secure it. Money has been lavishly spent, emtsarlc have been active in their behalf among the colored men; meetings have been held at which tho Democratlo nominees have sought endorsement and some of them even claiming to havo received uch endorsement: but It has remained for Mayor French to furnish the last In ducement to secure the negro vote. At a meeting oi colored men in iuo AUiru ward, which was addressed by several well known Republicans, a ollceman named Rodgers, who claims to be "col ored," but who has mora white blood than necro In his veins, with unblushing Impudence, ns bo was not Invited to speak, rose and proceeded to tdviso the colored men to voto tho Democratlo ticket, and as an inducement to do so he said tho colored men would sooner reach social enual tv" by uoing with tho Democrats I This hireling's speech was doubt taught him by HIS Honor I and it was spoken In his Interest, if the people of this city and county don't sit down upon this demagogue, they de serve to bo ridiculed throughout tho land, Tho Colored Voter. iU no election hcretoforo held In our State has the colored voter been placed n position of Independence llko the present; and at no previous election has such opportunity offered to show his constancy nnd reliability as a political element. The colored men at the Stalo Republican convention at Fort Worth set up their claim for precedence In tho Rennbllcan organization of the State on the score of numbers and tho plea that the colored men were nil Republicans ; ino Houston convention in ceptem r. thn colored men were aaain In the ascendency, and tho decision of that body Is the law of the party. It was then deolded that there should he no State ticket put In tbe Held, and tbat Republicans should aid all Independent candidates favorable to the defeat of tbe Bourbon Democracy. This decision as to tne policy ot tne pany is as solemn and binding as a nomination would be. Following out this line ot policy Repub licans In tho Congressional districts and in county politics havo endorsed Inde pendent candidates, it remains to be tested whether the colored voters will o to the polls and cast a solid vote in favor of the party policy they havobeen mainiv instrumental in auoDtintr. or whether they will become tbe allies of tue jiouruon party in iuo ntnte oy vot- lnir ior liemocratio canuiuniea in oppo sition to Independents. This election win no n turning point witu our colored voters If Ihey desert tho Republican nartv in mis contest, sanies are mean- naless unless properly applied. To call a colored man a Republican because he Is colored man la ridiculous. If a colored man votes tor the Democratlo party, and mrnlnit the policy of tbo ltcnilbll- party tie is a iiemocrat, nnu suoum uo so cnued anu counteu in tue luture A Desperate Ring. The ring Is desperate. They have abandoned their party nominations. They seek success pulslde their party, They waylay Iho colored voter and in veigle him. They nut up money to secure tho ool ored Republicans. 'iney electioneer witu iiokcib nying I no national jtepuuucan electors. Tuey assume tue sacreu name oi ne nubllcans to catch the unwary. They hang round tbe outskirts of every gathering of colored voters to secure enuorseiuent. Their only hone of success Is tho Jlex lean voter nnd their ability to fool tho rnlnred brother. Alasl how low has the migmy no mocracy iauen; Let Him Remember. Let every voter remember that he has little or no personal Interest In tbe sue cess of the candidates. Let htm remember that his Interest Is a general one. Let him remember tbat when he has voted he Is n snueezed orange, and no longer ot use to tue canuiuate. if elected will enjoy all the salary and Tinrnntiltel of llin office, and that bis friends who vote for him will not share It with lllni. Let him remember tbat the candidate has a selfish motive In view, while the voter. If he is not purensseu, uau an un sninsn enu in view. And remembering all this, tho voter will bo cool and rellcctlvo when he votes. CHURCH CONFERENCE. - Tho Morntnc's Proceedings-List ot Preachers lor To-morrow, The West Texas annual oonferesee continued Its session this morning at the Paine Methodist Episcopal church, Bishop MoTyelte taking the chair. Te conference opened by a religious ser vice. Iter, D. B. Blake, from tbe Vie-' torla district, and Dr. Comber, referred delegate from the San Marcos district, in place or O. YY. L. t ly, officiating. At tho Conclusion of-the service Key. It. M. Leaton presented a report from tbe Committee on the Bible Cause, wbleh as auopteu aner some nine uiscusaion. jiev. J.it.v-sricr, ,irom tne voinmit-t e on nunuav acnoois. presented rerjort No. 1 on this subject. J. R. Corbln, from the same committee, presented re? port ao. z, anu aisoTeport no. 3. lueso were aureau anu auonteu. Rev. W. B. Rankin. Superintendent of the American Bible society; Rev, J, A. juurpny, ot toe xiorinwesi ieios con icrence, anu itev, it. ai. iniuose, oi tue Texas conference, were escorted to seats. Rev. K. C. Brvcr. from tbe Hoard or j-.uucation, prcscnteu it report on mat lb ect. After considerable' discussion. In which Rev. John E. Prltcbett repre sented the Coronal interest at San Mar cos: Rev. S. Jackson, tbe San Saba col lege, and Regent Mood and Agent Hour- lanu iuo nouinwcsicrn university, ine report was ultimately unanimously -uonteu. Ar. neiiy, oi nasuviue. senn., Areas Urer of tbe Parent Board on Missions, was presented to the conference, and after making somo complimentary, no-. tices ot me History ot Jietnouism, uy Bishop MoTyelro, called attention tothe advocacy of missions. aiiio'ciock toe conierence tooKup the subject of missions, under the man agement of Dr. Kelly, who eloquently nuuresBcu tue coniercnco on me suuject. Following Is the list of visiting preach ers who will All the pulpits of tbe va rious churches to-morrow:, iravls Park Jletbod st church. Love feast, 0 a. in., led by O. A. Fisher: II a. m.. ordination of deacons. BIshon II. N. jiciyeirc; 3::vj p. m., woman's Mission ary anniversary, H. W. MacDonald, J. ll.illbbrlll; 7:30 p. m., ordination or el" ders. Dr. D. C. Kelly. a irst rrcsuyienan cuurcn, u a.m., Dr. D. C. Kelly; "(SO p. ni., II. JI. 11 n.m.. J.T.GIIIett. First Baptist charoh. 11. am.. B. arris; 7:l p. ra.. W. II. II. Illggs. Trinity -Methodist Episcopal church. It. u,., juaiiBuu jJivnu, j.. iu.9 . A. Bourland. Cumberland Presbyterian church. 11 in. W. M. Adams: 7:30 p. in.. Sterling' Mexican appointments. Mexican Methodist church. 818- West Commerce street. II a. m. .Maximo villareal; J p.. ., love seat, j. ir. itourtguez;uup.tn., Andres San illguel. Dlclt Hubbard Advises Pistols. Ex-Governor Hubbard, known.ns cor rupt Dick Hubbard In Texas, is stump lng tho North for Cleveland' ianu lion drlcks. In n speech' delivered In. Irii dlana 'the other day. this reckless Fait stall' said: "The Democrats of Indiana should take their pistols with them to the noils, and. If v6u find United States juarsuais mere 'wen, i-neeu uui icu you what to do If yon havo your pistols ready, because y oq all know Just as well asl do what the occasion requires." Oh. Dick! come honie!' come toSanAn- tnnln and shoot Fred Cocke. Chairman' of tho central committee of the Demo cratlo party, for applying for uniteu States Supervisors and Marshals at the polls. To Colored Voters. Tho colored, people should, pans be-' fore they yo'te for J, It, French.' niaK, whole uslncM his utmost' endeavors to, defeat the only colored man. who Is run-i thing i for, an, ottlee Jn Ban AntonlO) hardly the proper person iorx'cotereu men to support, v - i, NEW YORK. Business Men's Reception' ot tho Republican Candidate. Nkw Yoiuc. October 31. At the busi ness meeting tliji afternoon In dicker ing hall, Senator Sherman delivered an -laborate address. At tne conclusion or his, remarks Mr. Blaine came upon the stupe. His appearance was the signal iorra very entuusiasno ueuiunsirauun, which lasted some minutes. When si lence was restored, he .sold: "Business mon of New York I deem it an honor to follow Senator Sherman. Applause. deem It an especial honor to follow Secretary Sherman applause for l ean say that In our financial history he takes rank among the really Illustrious men wito nave auministereu. ine ireisury rintiartment nf the United States, lite-. newed applause. It Was the good for tune of Mr. Hamilton,, to organize that department with his masterly ability, anu place tue creun oi tuu yuuiig i.c- pupno upon an enduring uibu. ji. v tie good fortune of Alexander J. Dal las to carry tbe flnanoea of the Govern ment) through- tho embarrassment :tfi suiting from tho war of 1812. It was the, good fortune of William II. .Crawford, alter tne great depression mat louoweiif our victorious . struggle, to .revive the national credltby the protective tariff of' IB'il. iAppiausei.it was mo goou luriuno of Thomas Ewlng, after tho great Whig victory of 1810, to initiate those meas' urea which gave us tbe protective tarllf ofl8C3. It was tbe good fortune of Solo mon P. Chase appiansej to oarrjr mo government through the, extraordinary crises which were precipitated by the civil war, ana it was tne gooa ionu.no ot a third eminent citizen of Ohlo,-sp--plausel to lead the nation back tothe sounu Dasis ui specie payment. LAl. plause.1 And It was singularly happy that In tbe legislative department, he was permitted to shape the' resumption act, anu in mo r.xecuuvo uepartmcub w -administer Its provisions and carry ltto t a successful Issue. Apnlanse.l The . resumption act is a continuing blessing- - anu ueneut to mis country, li.uuu ap- piause.j it uas piaoeumoKUTciuiuviii, . finances and the finances of the people, ,, . upon a stanie rounuation, anu a am sure that from the brlerblstory tbat 'If have ventured to' submit; the' transition - -Is easy to tho duty of tbe people In the Impending national contest. If the re sumption net, anu mo great, series vi financial measures of which it was the,., fitting climax, be a benefit to the busl- , , cal In lluence of tbe business of the coun try should certainly be given toUierw party which originated and enforced lunt legislation.'" iiiToiongKucmeraj. 1 cnllls for' Mr? Erarts, ,who responded In ' neat and huuiorons speech. ThenGeni ernl Fremont was 'called and:' spoke briefly. From the hill Blaine returned' dlreotly to his hotel, where he received callers until dinner) tlme.i Later be. re-, viewed a great torchlight: procession. Co'od',Newsto Housekeepefs';u In tho jJtmiT to-day can be found the card of J. D. Coldlnj, who has estab lished a wholesale depotforthsleo fresh oysters,' fish; buttor and egg, at No. tP)Nprth,Foresstreetioi--, ... Marriage Heenhsju. ' ' iFropclsoo Diaz and Maria Jssus Bsu-ij, hsnnon;' i; k SttrvlUe and WWWjr. ' .Buekatt: Ai'"Alritaf "and JuanltaBsK ' bles; W. D. BwIWfld Xlmlra V. two; n, , ji. npi '