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. Commerce street, ) r Fhe Antonio Light Hoinmtio Cltrnnf. Volume V. -Number 143. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1885. Only 10 Cents a Week. llsrry llsum Co., 1 ) Commerce street. S J Xjjnn Antonio, S Cor. Main Plaza and Solcaad St: TWO STORiES Horn hi'.i.i.ino WhlK'Slnrllonirl.-iil Humkliixl r; IViils I'm 'aire Key West t'utlliiirK (Hiiiokliiu). " J " iiiknao riin Popular IlirotSMiiikllm' . . coin J I I'm kiiifi; llnrc lllimi nml Star r" ' cr ' V"1!'1 liu.rlod flu'ira . J for Stents All kinds or CliriirctU ..itciilsariukiluo SIM HART, Tobacconist. And Commerce Street Bridge: JJIBHERSON IV YOU NUKI 1HONHY, 1 NEXT TO OOUnTHOUSE, Or ir j. i atit 11 iHirirnln tor jmir money, llincrsnii ru trot It. (live mo it call and lie convinced Hull I can save )ou money. I keep it little of cvcrylliltiK on tiatid. joiin niiwton. Newton & Weller. VVhnle.nte ami Iletatl Ileslers In. Crockery, Lamps and Glassware, Woodenware, Housefurnishing Goods- Commission 3ero!tia.rits. Ho. 16 Main Plaza, (East Side) SAN ANTONIO. WHITE LIME AND Cement ! J. H. HARQUART, -moi'MmoH CRESCENT CITYQOT 111(1 SH0EMUFACTORY And Donlor In Loathor and Findings, Wholoenlo nud Rotnll. Will sell you n Hoot or Shoo Home unci llaml Made. My mock Is superior to any In tit Stnte. Ten thousand ilollnrH worth of ready hand ninde Roods to ho cloned out at prices lower thitn heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30 days. Call early and ho convinced. Flno Custom Work a Spoclnltj-. No. 17 Solodad ot. op. Oourthouno. FaMaiIsT " TaSgaM I IIAVi: CO.NCI.IIIIKI) TO CUWII OUT MY KNTIItl! STOCK III' MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING AMI, .. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AT AND . ... BELOW COST! Cull carl)- ami seeuro 1a riLlnt". Terms: Heady Cue! A. M. COHEN, Dollar Storo Building, PIANOS AND Wholesale Thomas Goggan & Bro., Galveston and Snn .Antonio Also onrilos the Inmost Stock or nil klmlsnf Musical lmtrumciiU nml Vuslcal Hupplli of any house la tlu; tUmtli. UOMl'IITITION IN tl'AI,ITV,.Nm,i: ANII I'ltlUl! IlliriCI lull or send lor Lalaloirue or 1'rlccii. h. ii. wiii.t.nit. f. w. McAllister & bro. 201, 203 AND 205 S. AUMO ST , OS VILLITA, SAN ANTON IO, TKXAt. Wo are Wholesale ilii'l llctiill Di nli rn In Austin Wlilli. Mini', Hist HrtliKln or IliilU llonlidillo an. I Imported Cliilllsll Portland tVl.iflitn. Plaster ill 1'itrin. nn.l Isinir (Imtl ll.ilr, iin.l would ink tint In cull, nr write us, fur prices before purcliiisuia else where, rit'imi. mention this paper. op tiiK- 300 and 311 Main Plaza. and Retail. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. GHEAT IRON STRIKE tfEAKLY ENDED. Chnlorn In Spnln EiiKllsh Altnlrs -A Kentucky Feud Otlior News. H'AKIiiMiiiiv. .lune Hi. There arc nt prevent lltDspeclul tiKctitsnr the Pension lliirrnn. whose term of olllee will expire on June .HI, next, hut the new appro priation nllons tlielr reappointment for another tear at a reduction of salary from $im to flllHJ. I'hese appoint mentseome tinder theclvilservlue rules, and It Is not probahln that tho f Mire until ber will ho reappointed. Nk Ont.Kix, .liino HI. A illipateh from aoo I'lly, .Ml., to the I'leajnne says: Yesterday evening the hody of a negro man wai fniind linnflliK' to the limb of a tree near the public road, about seten miles front here. A placard pinned to the hotly contained these words: "itevenRe nwanieii ny outraged society. Five o'clock p. in." An Imtuest will he held. It Is rumored that the decenned attempted to oulrago the daughter of a wnin tanner in tue neiRiiuoriiooil. I'irtMii im, Juno Ilk At the confer ence of Iron manufacturers and work men, the sheet mill men "III oiler to comproinlso with the manufacturers on 5 per cent reduction. If accepted the scule w 111 be signed, as the dllVerenees hctueeiitliu two sides have narrowed down to the sheet mill ( Inline. I liu workmen say this U the last concession they will make. 'I he cniiiiiroiiihe uh. decided upon aTler long dellhernl Ion ami lor l lie purpose oi nvoiiiingn longstrlke. It Is helleed that (he iiiaiiufiiulurers will accept. Uiiiiwin:, .In no Hi, A gentleman Just rclurmd troiu Knott eottiily. Ky reports that the Hall nml .limes fuel lorn are under arms, anil nn engagement be- In ecu them Is expected at any moment. The Hall party number ill nml the .tones gnng IS. nml all am armed with Win, ehesler rllles and defy arrest from anv and every source. On Monday of last week, on Heaver creek, Perry Mierwnod and Hill Hawk Hiemore, the latter olio of the most noted and bloodthirsty des peradoes in the mountains, werettay nltl, shot ami killed by ambushed en emies. They both belonged to the Hall faction. WjtuilMiloN, June Hi. Acting Assist ant Surgeon Orr, of the .Marine hospital servlie, lias reported to the lliirenu that the Nomcglan hark, Aitgustlnus, ar rived at the Delaware breakwater quar antine from Cleii Kuegaslo-ilny. All on hoartl were well except the Captain, who wnsiull'erlng from supposed yellow fever. The vessel will bo iletnlneil for fumigation. 1 be Captain w be taken to tho hospital on shore, If necessary. Consul Wlllard has repot led to the Mute department from (itiaymas, .Mexlcojhat tue west coasi ot .texieo is now tree from yellow fever. The -Marine Hospital lliirenu is Informed of an outbreak of yellow fever near Cajenne, on the Salut Islands. Pnii.diKiiMit, Juno 1.1. Joseph II, Cottlnger, the former secretary and treasurer of the Central Transportation company, who Is charged with Illegally Issuing (ertlllcates of the stock of that corporation, and who was arrested at ilnshk III. X. V. on Saturday, wns brought here tins nrternnon, He was taken to tho olllee of I tie company and there confessed Ids guilt to the direc tors, anil stated that he did not ask for mercy. Cottlnger wns tnkeit before a magistrate where testimony wns pre sented, showing that there had been an over Issue of:!0-C shares of stock, thepar counsel. Cottlnger replied that he had not, ami inai lie it in not want any. rno magistrate then committed hlin In S.'iU.- OWI ball to answer at the next term of court, this amount or security could not be furnished, and Cottlnger wns sent to jail, Pinm:it(i, June Hi. Tim Iron strike In this district Is at an end. The scale has h( en signed ami a general mump Hon of work will follow Immediately Outside of Pittsburg, however, tho strike "111 continue, and the mills of Chicago, Cincinnati, Wheeling and the Mahoning ntid Shenandoah valleys will remain Idle for an Indellnlte period, This Is the result of to-day's conference. The conference was In session continu ously from 3 o'clock this afternoon until 10 o clock to-night, About an hour be fore the ndjouriimeut the Western man ufacturers withdrew, and after their departure the Pittsburg mill owners signed the scale. Pending a settlement or the sheet mill and old rail clauses, Ihu iiianuficturcrs operating those de partments will pay old scale wages. The result of the conference was re ceived by the workmen hero w Ith ex pressions or intense satisfaction. .Msiuitii, Juno 11). There were live new cases of cholera In this city eder dny and one death. In the city of Val encia Iheic were two Ircsh cases but no deaths. In the province of Valentin, however, outside of (he city, there were forty-fit e cases and twenly-sev en deaths. The city of Murcla reports forty new cases and seven deaths, while other purls of the province ot Murcla return twelve fresh cases and four deaths. In the province of Castellon de la Plana jestertlay there were eight cases of cholertt and six dent lis. Thirty thou sand people huvu fled from Murcla, owing to the terrible dread of the dis ease which lias taken possession of the people. In the city of .Murcla alone, yesterday, there were, according to the last rumors, sixty-four new cases of cholera and thirty-nine deaths. In the province of Murcla, outside of the city, there were fifty cases of cholera and sixteen deaths within the same period, The Olllclal Uazette conllrins the state- ami Murcla and In the city of Madrid. The 'opposition" newspapers, on the contrary, deny that cholera exists In Madrid, and say that all testimony re garding the suspicious oases la lusulll clent to give warrant for the assertion that they are cases of cholera, MtMt'iiK June in. All the public gambling houses and poker rooms in the illy were closed this afternoon by the eltr authorities, at fhe reulleflt of tha grand Jury of the Criminal court. Ws.niMiiiiv, Juno 10. There was ft full attendance at the cabinet meeting to-day. The principal topic discussed was the caseof Mr. .Santor, a nalttratled Itl7cn under arrest In Kcusdor. The eniiclitston renclirii was nisi .Mr, Muitor should be rerognlreil as an American 1 oncliislon reached was that Mr, Santor Itleti. nml as such was entitled to the full protection of this government. II Is niiiliTstiH.il that n dfiutind will be made for his release. Sui.himu, June Hi. -The special train 'iirlug Cenernl (irnnt arrived here on time, A great crowd was at the depot trjlng to calch sight of the (Jenernl, but he was visible but a moment as ho stepped front the train that had brought unit trout -ew t orh to l lie one 1 lint was to convey Mm to -Mount Mcdregor. Post Wheeler, (Irani! Army of the llr iiuhllc, in full uniform, acted as n gunrd to keep the crowtl hack. Mot si Mi (IliMiiiu, June 10 tlcneral (Irani arrived here at 2: IS this nflernoon. The last stage of the Journey was the worst. 'I he lolling caused the General much pain and fatigue. l.iiMiox, June 10. Lord Salisbury has tletlnllely accepted the Premiership. It is stated that Sir Slahord Northcote has accepted a Peerage, leaving Sir Michael lllcks-lleach to lead the Conservatives In the House of Commons. Lord Itan dolph Churchill will have an Important position in the new cabinet, but the dis tribution of the portfolios will not beile- cldetl upon until the arrival of the tueeti, w no is traveling witn ine utmost it. Lord Kaiidolpli Clitirchlll aureed to the renewal of the coercion act, on condition that it only be enforced If toiimt imperattie, .-eterai i.tocrul min isters held nil Informs! iiieellni! nt Mr. (llailHtone'a residence to-day to decide upon the Taction In resnonseto the con servative overtures for support. W.iMiiMiTnv, Juno 10. There has urt been placed In the .Museum of Welling ton, for permanent preservation and ex hibition, w lint Is known as the AjerShlre life car, the Invention and properly of the venerable Joseph hraltcls, known the world over as the inventor of the Francis life boat and other life appli ances. This car Is the one that was used at the wreck of the llritith ship, Ayer shire, on the coast ofNew Jersey, on I lie night of Janiinry I--', Isvj, In a severe snow storm, saving Hie lives of '.111 per sons. It Is Interesting for Its associa tions anil In Its .construction. It has been often publicly exhibited In Kurnpe and America, and has traveled over 10, (SH) miles. It was transferred to l'rof. Ilalrd for the museum by a represetitn tlvoof Mr. Francis, together with mlna t li re models of various kinds, and also tlindlplouia presented to Mr. Francis by Hie ship-wrecked society of till nations. From Aliilene. IMItorSnii Aulimlii l.lirlit. A lit i.k.n k, Tex., June 1,", lsV,. Italn nml hall visited Jones county Saturday night; nn damage i one. Crops very line In all counties 1(H) head yearlings and two-year olds sold here Friday at $11 per head Colorado river still on a rise In this section . .Abilene has a prisoner wno lias succeeded In breaking all chaltiB that havo been placed on his wrists without aid a young Sampson lliislness Is brisk here In all lines Marriatre Is the enldeinlc that has struct: Aiiitcne. Presidio Del Norte New.-j. A gentleman, recently front that re mote corner of the world, furnishes ijulle a budget of news : Henry Kelley, one or the oldest and most prominent merchants, is contem plating retiring from the merchandise business and devote his entire time to sheep nnd horse raising. Messrs. A Spencer A. Uro, are now oc cupying their new store, one of thellnest buildings In the place, Mr. Joe Goodman Isabout to establish a large branch store In the Stale of Oil rango, Mexico, where he Is now, already having made several very large and suc cessful transactions. The river at Presidio Is high nnd still rising. The town Is generally very prosperous, and Its future prospects are Haltering. Building Permits. CarmclTrevIno, lumber dwelling east side North Concho street, Second ward, to cost $1S0. O, Frltchr, lumber kitchen, corner Krle Avenue and Macon street, Second ward, to cost $15. J, 1), Petty, lumber stable, nest aide Olive atreet, Third ward, to cost $.V nancy Harris, lumtier dwelling, norm side "M" street, Third ward, to cost JIM. Peter Gaye, lumber porch, corner Chavez and North Fast street, First ward, to cost $&0. He Should Not Laugh I IMItur I.lylit During the progress of the fire last night, the horses attached to the hook and ladder truck became unmanage able and In their ell'ort to run away threw the occupants on the truck all members of said company, who had worked hard to extinguish the lire to the ground, Injuring several.of them, To make matters worse the truck com pletely turned over and at that time a calamity seemed unavoidable, A cer tain merchant of this city, who wss hard by, noticing the peril under which the boys were laboring, thought lit to stand there In his magnanimous form, lsughtng to his heart's content, and ex claiming to the bystanders, "Look at the aldeshow?" la this the thanks the boys receive from the citizens fur risking their lives and safety for the comfort of others? We wonder if San Antonio lias many more such generous and public-spirited citizens, Signed: IUmiikus or T, II. ,t L. Co. New Music. Messrs. Uoggnn it llro, have sent the LimiT a sheet of new music Just Issued by them. It Is composed by Mlsa Lenorn Itlves, of Mission valley, Texas, entitled, "Tho New Administration March," dedicated to President U rover Cleveland. Tho only cigarettes which do not stick to the flpa are Opera J'utl's. tf WHOLESALE ROBBERY. Arrest oi Two llnrd Citizens Umt Evening. For a period of some months past, merchants of the city have been at a loss to discover why so many articles shipped to Hi mi have not reachetl Iheiit In their entirely, ono or more of the ar- ., , - , ,"' , ' ' " H-1' having been abstracted. Mr. V W. Ilebert. of the International freight depot assisted by Captain Tom Hughes nil Special Olllcer Martin set to work to trsce these numerous rebberles to tlielr source. After two months vigi lant watch, they discovered two em ployees of t roeboese A Saiitlihen, June lates alias Eraser, and a man Darned Henry Kdward to be the patties con cerned, and It was found that a syste matic wholesale robbery had been car ried on by them for some months past. jney were ootii arrested last evening, and at Vatea house, 120 West Houston .street, the fol low lug property was discovered! One ham, branded "Fowler A llros;" i pair, boots marked "Popular;" 2 pair boots, "Bom of the World;" I pair boots, "Texas Slfllnus:" 1 tialr No. 8 broirau shoes, AX; 1 pair No. t lady's shoes, city made; 1 pair eslf skin shoes No. 8, slightly worn;2 dozen ladles' white hose. "iineit iron rrauie;" 2 dozen pair white half hose, unmarked: 2 doen pair Ualbrlggan hose, marked "HU;" 1 doen pair blue striped hose; 1 line corset; A shirts, branded II. It.; 1 shawl, while and pink, audi shawl blue anil white, both fringed with whlte;2 black shawls and I pale blue shawl; 2 dozen ladles handkerchief, pink and blue fan bor ders; I bolt bulks dot calico; 2 bolts "Our Own" bleached domestic, 1 bolt pink check calico; I bolt blue and white stripe calico; 1 holt hickory shirting; 2 neeklles; assortment of snide Jewelry, mostly shirt studsjsleeve and collar but tons; new ax marked "Alamo Pride;'1 large assort mriit of crockery and glass ware; two valises, etc. This property Is now awaiting hleitti tlcallon at the bat cave. Vatca and Kdwards have been transferred to the county Jail, and are believed to he tho parties who made an attempt to blow up the safe of thalr employers, Froboese .1 Santleben, nnd also believed to be the perpetrators of the many mysterious burglaries that have lately occurred. Snnlmry Mntters. IMIln t-im Aiitonlii Unlit It Is about time that the public should be enlightened on sanitary matters, as It seems the whole sanitation ofthe illy Is In such a muddle that even our worthy Mayor and Council don't know what they are doing. First, ordinances are passed; the public go to the expense ol acting accordingly, then alter a Inpse of yenrs these very ordinances aro at tempted to he repealed. Sanitary laws are strictly enforced, thereby compel ling parties, even ladles, to be pulled before the august presence of the He corder at the "bat cave," where the general melee are drunks and soiled doves. Furthermore, the sanitary In spectors tinder the present city admin istration compel people to have their yards and outhouses cleaned where It Is ijulte unnecessary, only for the purpose of making money for tlielr own pocket, besides salaries paid to them by the city. No reports are made at headquarters or to the Hoard of Health, but at a certain olllee on Houston street, It seems as If progress Is not Inscribed on the banners of the new city administration else they would not endorse the old system called bucket or hoe hoys. The San Antonio Sanitary and Fertilizing company hss been put to great expense to obtain the odorless excavating pump, successfully used In lioiton, Philadelphia and llaltl more, notwithstanding the Council goes hack to the old system, and even sanc tions It. F.verydayparlles are complain ing of the fearful stench created by the latter process; worthless disinfectants aro used to no good whatever. The proceedings against the San Antonio Sanitary and Fertilizing company aro too ireau in me memories oi me puuue mat they deserve some comment. II. M. LsNlltllKIt, recorder's court. KM. Ilraden, for allowing contents of vaults at his hotel to empty In the river, dismissed. Jim Jeffreys pleaded guilty to the charge of being drunk, fS. John McCloaky, an old chronic case, was again before the court, who told him he was coming to this court two often. He was lined $3. Thomas Murray waa lined 5 for being drunk on the atreet. ltobert ltlchardaon and G. W, Glider, two colored men were charged with lighting between themselves. There were two charirea aualnst Gilder. That of beating and atrlkinir he blended irtilltv to. The light occurred In a restaurant on West Commerce street, and It was about a hair cutting. Glider struck Hlchardson nn the back of the head with a rock which cut his head. Glider was lined $10 In one case, dismissed as to the other charge, and Itlchardsoti waa ills missed. J. P.. Moore, another colored man was charged with lighting with Jim Heard on the West aide of the San Pedro near Milam park about some money he hud missed, nnd which he thought Heard had stolen. Heard resented this liupitta tlon In his honesty. The case will bt continued to Friday morning. Nellie Kayntond and Kintna Hart, two little colored girls were charged with beating and striking Julia Kngllsh, a wntiegiri. ine cases were comiuueil for witnesses. Francisco Torres waa charged with helm; a vairrant. Ofllcer Hrown testi fied that he boarded at the chile stands on tha charity of the ownera, I.aat night he atole 4fi centa from one of tils benefactors. He waa lined $2, Patents. The following patents were grantee) to citizens of Texas, bearing date JuneO, 1B85, reported expressly for this paper by Ixiuls Uagger .t Co., mechanical ex perta and solicitors of patents, Washlnt ton, I). C. ; H. II, Magle, Galveston, rope clamp. F..O, ltuat, Grand Pralrle.saah holder. J. O. Scott, Tyler, car axle box, Kvery tlrst-class dealer sells Opera Pull clgerettea. Avoid Injurious luilta tlona. tf ! jjj ALMOST 6 bran miss I i U u Initio ci lib iciior:t Sllii! on Offer a few Specialties that Must Be Sold at . the following Prices: Marie llttard Anisette (bottle) Absinthe Kdniird Pernoiid (bottle). Vermouth Noilly Pratt (bottle) Cttracoa In stone Jugs Henedlctlne (quarts). Henedietlne (pints) Chartreuse (pints) Claret (quart hot He) Sherry (quart bottle) It. Hrntuly (qunrt bottle) Angelica (uiinrl bolllel Catawba (iiuart bottle). imporieii rcnrer vt atet ler (quarts) per The above goods are be had by calling on 1 Emanuel Abrahams, 206 Commerce Street. ;zi.Z2wid.kz: SOUTHERN HOTEL. Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, i tili'iit tolmnlhf GREGORY 4 (IS CHINA HILL, IrlousUm Street, San A ntonio, Texas l JKWKTT Refrigerator IIm. IINI.V i r liu clust t Wedding Presents for the Ten j. w im.uii.r.v Bradley & Groesbeeck, Real Estate Exchange for Texas and Mexico, 402 Eaat Houston Stroot, Ban Antonio, Toxns. City Properties and Large Bodies of Land a Specialty. iiik'n 1'it in in mi i .una in i in muu'. mmiietis witn inu Mitto dcpim incut at il rt (kiii rul IsHiiii llunlrifhn TnitiftuctiHl. Ml-if OTTO UKIKlKTItOM, T. II. (JtlAV Livery StaHes & Hacks Connected Meiiirt r Hotel lliHIo .-iiitnil I un.l tlilppcl toall iKiiiitsintlie I ill. in, Only White lliurau In the City. Open Hay and Mailt. Tel. 1ml. llomovo.1 to new works, Hiinsit road, near Kast Commerce street, and are now ready to do all kinds of Casting in Iron and Brass, Kci'pon tiiuic. utl klmW of Mill and (lln Ma cliinery, U'ialrJuir douo on short notice. Old quarter! for runt nn l'rcsa street. T. H. HAItltmON, TOM HAIIHISON. Jit. Attorneys at Law. KAMPMANN BUILDING, SAN ANTONIO, Will practice In atl tlie Slate and federal Court.. Collection, and all tiu.lncss intrusted to us will ho pruiuptly attended to. fr-tu-ir BERGSTROM & GRAY, Undertakers, Funeral Directors 1 u vL'iuii unauto. lihcjn is) n ii dozen 2.00 M all First Glass, which can U U i U paa y H JITMTMI lee Chests. Hn Atitiiiitlinhaii1IMh'i',MKla direct from I he factory. Ire lli.l It III OI'IIIKM I.KSH It K, aro more n..llr kept clean i.4 wh.ru rol.ll IIIIV A lit I. circulated Ihrnuirh every de- Weddings now on the Tapis. .1 N. llltomicncK, Miliary pub. i(-li)R a Mil City Prnpcrt) im ('miiiiif ulnn. IjiihU huIhIIvMuI ml llti-l iMTll-eU'.l. AUtriU'Imif tltli'MliinilhlHtl for rit.u,n. LAB ATT & CO. Grain Depot Wliiili-siilc un.l ltet.lll. Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay Attention, Grain Men. Ill.ls will lie mvltcl at Hits olllee until Juno ai, lwi's lor OATH ami HAY as may tw rc iiilrci iliirlnir next 12 mouths, deliveries to Ix irltl Jilty 1 and to t iniiite at our stables 111 U monthly Installments, tor ISjOoo Bushsts out (to wclaii X! ouinU to 350 Tons, But Ouillly, Pralrla Hay, pill Kuuds t ton), baled preferred. The Company reserves tho rlht to 1 uiy or all bids. All Mds directed to I'Ject W. J. DARGAN, Stationer and News Dealer, Gin.tlH AN1 TOHAOCO. II Alimo Slrsst, Nssl to tha Postomea. Am lieadiiuarters for atl the Lato Pall ami Weekly raiwrs. Monthly slanailiies, So Bldo and other libraries. BubscrlptUins solid ted. BUILDING LOTS-Two lino luill.llnir (corner) loll, sllu lllUlni feel. In u healtly portion ot the city, I'ricu 20U. AddreJS "T, II. J." LUiht outco.