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The San Antonio Light.
Pall and Winter Clothing,
For men, youths, boys and children.
Gents' rurnlsliinsr Goods.
ilata, cam, tmnkl, Tallin etc.. We Invito a
critical inspection of our Hock and price',
guaranteeing lull valuo in ever Instates. Our
merchant tailoring department, under tho
teed or no sale.
COHEN & K0EXIG1IEMI,
ana and 311, MAIN I'LAZA,
Watchea Sat and Iteeulated
Dr tritnitt observations freo of chargn by
Ktern, the Jeweler, 213 Comnicrce St. s-15 -Din
Experienced Driver Wanted,
Muit bo acquainted with tho city. Apply at
once at L. Wulfson's aiore. Main plaza.
A Ilroken J-t g.
Mr. Lange's little boy went Into the liable
yeitcrday where the hone wai. The animal
was somehow out ol temper, for it lathed out
with 111 hind left, itrlltinc the boy on the
leg, breaking It.
Slake n Note of Tula.
The splendid assortment of dress (roods now
displayed by 8. Mayer Je Son cannot be sur
paved. Their suitings and combination cloth
and all wool materials at only 25 cents a yard,
aire this houe an enviable reputation for aoll
inir roods cheaper than any other bouse, and
theyaro now prepared to prove what they
A Fortnnatfl Chinaman.
Ho Ja-Go, Ihe Chinaman who had a mur
derous fht with Lee Ty, has been rclcaied
by the rand jury, became the principal wit
nen ii conspicuoui by his absence, and there
wai so other tsnribte evidence sjitait him.
Closed for the Term,
The rrobate court closed on Saturday,
Judge Maion anticipating lhat the official vote
would declare the constitutional amendments
carried, by which it is provided that four
terms be held each year, the first to take
place in November next
This afternoon, at the reiidence of the
bride's mother, San Pedro avenue, by the Rt.
Rev. Father Johnston, pastor of St. Mary's
church, Lieutenant Charles E. Nordstrom,
United States Army, to Marie Ursula, second
daughter of the late Hon. T. A. Dwyer,
Bexar county, Texas.
The Trulh In Few Words.
We are plcaiu-d to ca'l attention to tho un
tiring efforts of 8. Mayer Bon, and tho man.
men iney nni only nave ncrclnroro
wvii men eu irauc. out pro
and candor by sellfnir to tt
arncd trudc, and
The Health of the City,
The recent change of the weather has pro
duced much sickness, and Ihe doctors are con
sequently all very busy. Fevers are preva
lent, but none are of a dangerous character
and the diseases are limply thoie incidental to
the change of temperature and the season.
The Federal Term.
The Federal court commencei iti next term
on Tuesday week, October 2, and a busy
time ii promised. At the present time 43
cases are entered on Ihe circuit docket and
loo upon the district docket, and it is proba-
pie that several cases will be added to both
dockets before the term opens.
An Editor Left,
Mr. A. Eiband, the genial editor of Ihe New
Braunfels Zeitung, Intended to return home on
Saturday, but he ariived at the International
depot just In time to tee the engine steaming
away tn the distance. The editor was by no
meant despondent, and returned to the city to
spend a pleasant evening wiih his fiiends.
Mr. W. P. Gsines, proprietor of the
Austin Statesman, was married in St. Louis to
Mils Gussie Evani, a belle of that city. The
happy couple lelt soon alter for Louisville, en
route for Austin, where they will arrive on
Wednesday next. Mr. Galnei ii a very sue-
.... ..... ,. . ,CIJr ,uv
cessful man, and may be congratulated upon
lie Stole a Coat.
A man named Martlnei stole from Mr.
Emerson's shop a fine coat, with which he
quickly fled to the White Elephant. Officer
Brown, who was on Ihe look-out, saw the
man and tracked him there, where he found
Martinet asleep in the cellar on a pile of
acki. Underneath these he lound the coat.
Brown arrested him.
The engagement of Ihe prctly and vivacious
Pauline Huck Is announced. Theyouog man
who bis got thui far into her good graces Is
Mr. Charles Herman, and the marriage will
take place at ao early date.
Mr. August Ilutb entertained a parly of
friends Saturday night, celebrating his en
gagemeLt to a local belle.
Hems Cleaned tn the Hotel Corridors aid
From Various Other Bourcea.
Miss Rose Edgar has returned from
Mr. Paul Alher will spend his holiday in
Mr. Jake Saper will go to Luling to spend
A. G Vogt, of the Boerne Advance, is at
Ur. S. Baker, from Waco Is quartered at
Mr. A. Thurston, from Laiedo, Is slopping
at the Merger,
Mr. J Rodgers, from Fullon, is registered
at the Maverick,
Dr. F. Martin, hotel proprielor ol Uvalde,
A. S, Kindred, a merchant of Waelder, Is
stopping at the Cenlral.
Is a guest at the Cenlral.
D, T. Bernard, contractor of Bracken, is
sojourning at the Cenlral.
L. M. Jones, one of the leading merchants
of Houston, Is in the city.
Mr. W. II. Pratt, of the Pulman Palace Car
company, Is al the Maverick.
General George W Russ, accompanied by
his wife, is a guest at the Maverick.
S. P. Simpson, banker ol Esgle 1'jss, Is in
the cily and a guest at the Central.
A'ex Sinclair, a well known sheep man of
Kendall county, it staying at the Central.
Mr. E. II. Dsns, a well known Jewelry
drummer of New York, is at Ihe Menger.
Mr. David M. Clarkson, of Ihe Star ranch,
Kinney county, is quartered at the Menger.
Mr. W. Hungerford, the minager of the
Laredo coal mines, is a guest at the Maverick.
Mr. C. G. Hubbard, the wool buyer, re
turned from a trip West, and is resting at the
Miss Roialle Ireland, daughter of Ihe
Governor, Is in the city, the guest of Senator
Captain James L. Randlett, Eighth caval ry,
and Dr, J. S. McLain, United Slates army,
from Del Rio, are at Ihe Mengtr.
Edmund Dwyer, son of Joseph E. Dwyer,
has returped to the University of Virginia to
luither prosecute his sludy ol Ihe law.
Mr. Joseph Levy, of the firm of Levy
Brothers & Horn, oi Galveston, is visiting the
cily and is stopping at Mrs. Bracy'a board
Captain D. M. Krause, accompanied by his
wife, arrived from New Votk last night. Cap
tain Krause will be remembered as former
freight agent at the International depot.
S. J.Jones, Walielli William Sterling, J. B.
Weans, City; A. E. Camp, Hunt county; W.
J. Houmall and wife, Gonialei. R. W. Hos
kins. Hunt county; J, R. Cornet, Sabinal; Wm.
Holman. City; C. A, James, San Francisco;
C. Holdenbarg, San Antonio; John E. Fitz
gerald, Spofford Junction; J. W. Cherry, J-
Johnson, Cily; J. R. Morrison, George Neg-
ley, A. Schin, Paso Del Aguila; J McGowen,
B. Hints, Blanco county; Usron Van Baub,
Don Carlos Ranch; William Warnor, Hondo
City; Ed. M. Clark, St. Louis; A. Jucas,
Boerne, are guests at the St. Leonard hotel.
Arbelter Veretn Hop.
The first hrp of the fall and winter season,
given by the Aibeiler Vcrein, was largely at
tended last night, and our special repoitcr
says it was a boss affair. The dance and en
tertainments given by this club are always
well attended and a source of much pleasure
to the participants.
Filed an Injunction.
Stephen Dauenhaucr has filed an injunction
suit in the District court, restraining L. Rnu-
vant from dlstuibing any of the shelves, fix
tures, etc., in the store formerly occupied by
A, Wolf), on Commerce sheet. The in
junction arises from a dispute owing to Mr.
A. A. Wolff having sublet the premises with
out Mr, Dauenhauer'a consent.
Taking Ills Seat.
Captain Burr G. Duval took possession of
his new position to-day, that ol Chief Deputy
United States Marshal and book-keeper for
Marshal Gosling. The Marshal it to be con
gratulated upon securing the services of Cap
tain Duval fcr this responsible position, at he
ii recognised at one of Ihe finest business
men and most polished gentlemen in the Slate.
The State of the County Jail,
There are now 88 piiioncrs in the Besar
county jail, of which 86 are males and two
females. One of ihe latter is a lunatic. The
prisoners are very quiet, and there has been
no repetition of the violent scenes since the
Sheriff ihowed hii determination to lit down
upon that ijitem. All the priioneri are re
ported orderly and are well treated.
The adjourned meeting of the Volkifest
association was held in Scholi'i hall on
Saturday evening when all the committees
made satisfactory reports. Additional appro
priations were made as follows: Trofcssor
Katienberger, for Music committee, $30; Mr.
LafrenU, for Tableau committee, $10. On
motion of Mr. Ryder-Taylor, seconded by Mr.
A. Beckmann, Mr. Hal L. Gosling was
unanimously added to the Reception commit
tee. The meeting then adjourned.
lly J, AV. Ilradtey, Land Acent.
ltockll Use of 9 rnnina- f rnnl ln ...,
Avenue G, ottered for a few days at a b-irg aln,
sin-room rue uouo on two lawo lo'u,
! aullful shade treoa and shrubbery, corner of
Nice cottage, well built, fronting cast on
Mllum rquard. No. 10(1), offered for less than
hock uuusu on Aiamo street. Ten rooms,
block from Alamo plaza and post-
Iwo story commodious houso of 10 rooms.
, etaoiei, ao., on lour isrire lota, at
a great bargain on Han l'edro avenue
2flooen r00m ttago on ban Pedro avenue,
Nloo new cottage, elegantly finished, 7
fSlwij8' n0 lock rom Ban Pedro avenue,
Six room cottage on Cnmdon street, $1,600.
oa with live atiuTw
Toxaa aud Moxloo.
Blx nice cotiagca In Ward 4, prlco J.1,200 to
M,iuu pa log 14 to 20 per cent, rental.
lurce vacant lo'a corner of Zavalla and
Leuna atrocta, west aud oppoa.le tho chapel,
TV11 acres of land fronting aouth on atrect
car lluo, tho linu beginning at ollioers' quarters
ruuulng west ucruea Alamo dliib. Apply to
.... J. W. IlKAULir,
8-lOtf iaj iiouslua street.
vTaat She Iteporters foam on Their Tour
Through the Cily.
Chicken Mary Is fast becoming the female
Wolfson is beginning to move goods into
his new store to-day.
An effort is being made to establish a
cricket club In the city.
L. Rouvant is getting his stock In order
for hit grand opening.
The handsome sign of Wolff & Marx was
painted by C II. Mueller.
Don't borrow your neighbor'i paper, the
LuilIT is only to cents a'week.
S. Stern, the jeweler, makes a beautiful
display In his opening to-day.
Mrs. Staacke won the carpet rug raffled
off on Saturday by a throw of 41,
Mr. Joe Beckman, the favorite shoe
maker, has a card in the Lioiit to-day.
A Schwartz was fined $5 for driving
luiiouily up Acequia meet tbli morning.
E. O. Marshall, aged 25 years, died yes
terday in the Third ward from consumption
Thirty four building permits were Issued
last week, ranging in value from $40 to $2800
To avoid ihe rush and secure good seats,
call on Sim Hart and have your tickets re
served. The Sunset pay car has been distributing
its dollars here, and the boys are setting 'cm
up pretty liberally.
Officer Ziegler, who cut his foot a short
lime since while cutting vlnts c(T sweet pota
toes, is again on duty.
The 'LIGHT has received complimentsry
tickets to the Bexar Benevolent association's
grand bail on Saturday n'ght.
Elk Lodje No. 35, Knights of Phylhlas
meet to-night at 7:30 thatp. Visitiog knights
In good standing invited to attend.
J. C. Carr, who shot and killed Jerry
Holmes, will be tiled in Bracked to-morrow.
An acquittal is confidently expected.
Mr. Copeland has had a great many ap
plications for admission as members to the
San Antonio Literary and Debating society.
Several judgments have been taken
against Theodore Schleunlng and Phil Dei,
which Is c. using a good deal of comment.
The Indianola Ledger announces the
marriage of Mist Sadie Nagel, niece of Mri.
Clemcnti, of the Adam's boarding house, to
Mr. J. W. Harrison.
The Light man heard a xither solo on
Saturday over the telephone wirei. The in
strument was well played and every note was
Nens wai received in the city that Agnei
Peralta, daughter of Madame Peralta, Ihe
famous Mexican opera artist, died recently in
the City of Mexico from yellow fever.
W. II. Miller was fined $1 this morning
for failing to pay his hack fare. Peter Horn
said he had to have him arrested because he
would not pay, but this morning he offered to
The Athletics were done Brown yester
day, They never got farther than the first
base end scored none. In fact, the Dallas
Browns thook them as badly as a good terrier
shakes a rat.
A man named Shaunessy fell from his
wagon, and was arrested for leaving his team
alone. He proved that he was near the
wsgon, brushing dirt off his coal, so the case
.Managers Vaudcvlllo Theatre.
Part Antoxio, September 21. It Is the desire
nf many or the cl'lzcns that your company of
nrtuis will at an early date glvo a performance
at Turner hall, ni.d wu doubtless think you
will bo greeted with a large audit nco from our
fieatro goers, who would not attend the
Vaudovilie. (Signed.) Many OTiziris.
Taken up, and In thu city pound, corner of
East and West Houston etreet, on thu lHtb day
of September 181 1 One sorrel horso branded
CC; ouo bay huisu and ouo black horse branded
liionebrlnd'o beef steer branded JAL, con
nected, and Spanish brand, marked ewallow
lork In the left ear aud two undar-bita lu tlio
right, which will. If not redeemed before cute,
Im gold at puhllo auction to tho hlgbo.t blddor,
for cash at said pound, at Ihe houruf II o'clock
n. 111., n ihi 23th day of September, 183.
N. II lllila less than tho amount uxedby
orduHiieo will u t be lecelved for any anliual
put up ut auction. I'Hib Siiaiidein, Marshal.
The International and Gnat Northern rail
road will sell excursion tickets to tho St Louts
fair from September 23. 0-2t-lf
Plvo hook t Foster kid gloics for. 51, at S.
An Klegant Line
Of gents furnishing guods can be seen at J,
Jusko A Bens'. 0-21 If
All nrttio milliner, has urrlvcd In tho city
und will take churgo of ibo millinery de
partment of tho inainmotll store of L.Wolfsnn,
Mr. Wolfson promises that Ihls branch of tile
butueM will be sccoi d to nono In ttiecty.und
the ladles are particularly requested to call be
fore giving their orders elsewhere. t-21-tf
Mats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes,
A largo und woll selected stock at J. Joko&
sons'. 0-24 tf
A Grand Display of Furniture.
Buyers us well as prospective buyer, aro
Invited to call on L. Wolfson and seo tho grand
dl-play or furniture, carpels, mattings, oil
(l-tbsand all kinds of household goods. Mr.
Wollson'a facllltlta for handling furniture ore
complete lu every particular, und as hu bujs
rorcusb bo can glvo unequalled discounts, tf
i:. S. Austin
Has removed his ha- ber shop to 2C7 Commorro
street, opposlto lyekwood Sc Karapmaun'a
bank, where be will bo pleased to met t all his
For some cholco lots on Ban Pedro Avenue,
at burgalna 11 taken this week. Come quick to
llosack li Newton, 21 Soledad street, U-it-et
Given by tho II. 11. A , at tho Casino on Saur
day, 29th. Tlcketa obtainable from members.
reduced at Sim Hart's, Main plaza.
A speclul meeting will be held In Strure'a
ball on wedncaday next
Genuine Camel Ilalr
Gents underwear can be had nt J. Josko Si
bons", for 3. -24.tf
Genta and lloya
Ordor Your Grocerlea
From George Sullenherger, 407 Houston
street, aud get new, frtsh goods promptly de
livered. ; V I-tt
News, Hooks, Stationery and Varieties.
Wo shall exhibit a cholco assortment of la
dles' suits. In allka, brocade, velvet, Jadlea'
cfntb, llannela, black and colored cashmeres,
and all the now dreaa goods.
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A lai-jre Hue of fall andwlntrr
wrups, Is'owma'krtP, walking-nekcts. cloakf.
Excellent bargain. We clnltn to havo tho
lanrret asort ittnt of black and mourning
arena mwai over Droiiirni 10 inia cut, in an mi
Carpets, Carpets, Carpets.
Welmro no it on exhibition n largo lino of
tapentry. velvet ami body llruspels ca'peta.
AImi full line of woolen 41 carpets, inattuir,
oil clotli. eto.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
Woliavenown full aFnrtnient of ladlfa'flno
(title bnao tn air (ho newest shades. Male thread
hoo, In all colors, fnr mlwea und children.
Of thfso (roods wcalwa)B carried the best as
sortment, and shall coatlnuo to add new
LADIES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
special announcement will be made.'
Sm Haas & Oppenheimcr.
If j'ou say you never can find a pair of pants
or ft suit in the store to nt you, Jut try Sheets,
Correvon and Cii tics'.
s. Mayer Sc Son
If you wekh Iom thun a too, goto 3 lie etc,
Correvon & Castles for a nice suit. They can
lit ) ou, no matter what your shape Is.
Texas lmployment llurcau
All linen handkerchiefs al 10 cents, 12H cents
and 15 cents. Wo warrant them.
V--tf a. Mayer &So.v.
lleinmnl of Joe lleekuian.
Mr. .Too lleckman, the popular fashionable
boot und shoo mak1 1 has removed bis store to
No. 1 Commerce street, opposite Nio
Tenant's, at which placo ho will bo tf la 1 to servo
hlstrlendsond customer, and jju a ran tees, as
heretofore, to turnout onlr Hrnt-claM work.
r.vr) body almost Is acquainted with, or beard
of Joe Heckuiun, the xboo urn It or, and his work
can bo seen all over Western Texas. Mr.
Iturkmanhas few equals and no superiors In
his line of business, und you, who aru in want
or feet wear, will do well to call on bun. tf
Look Out, lloya!
To get a real nobby school suit for tho least
money you must go to LShvets, Correvon &
Castles, opposite the old Alamo,
A wagon especlully adapted to moving
household furniture, always ready. Apply to
Junius 41 cans, opposite court bouse. tJ-Ui-tf
House for Sale or Itent,
Between Avenue Dimd n.Khthstrcct.313.
luqulroof P. II. Freer, at Sunset ticket olilcc.
Itotenbaum fc ltauer's
Own made shirts can't be beat. 0-1-tf
Jlosenbauin & Bauer
Aro Belling bats lor lens money than any houso
lutliuclty. No.SJiCommcreo street. U-l-U
Meu's ruiulshlnff Goods.
As n-nod n stock of irent's furnlfthln poods
as can bu foun I lu ttio Stuto for fa'luudwtn
tcr, ut l'aueoast & Son's. 1M tf
For an clctrant assortment ol cheap and flno
hose, see S. Aid) er & Son's stock, Wf
Ilarr Has lie mo red.
And now had tho best pboUwrupuIo rooms la
the city, on tho corner, opposite L. Vofson
Four Hulldlug Lots tor Sale,
Lots 3. 4.37, 34. block 7, original subdivision
block range 1, district 4, on Alazan creek
Flno location, inquire of
B-iM-tr IIosack Si Nlwton.
Damage Ity Frost.
In order to cscupe the bbirhtlng effects of the
first frosts, provide yourself with medium aud
hcavy-wclght underwear and substantial lull
clotlilntf, now selling at very low prices, at
blunts, Correvon Sc Castles', Mo. Sl7 Alamo
The Larfi-eat Stock
Of clothing In tho State for fall and winter,
just hi at l'dncoAflt St bon'a 1M tf
Try Fane oast
If you want a suit made, lie has a full line of
piece goods and a Urst-cUss cutter In charge
New Itargalns In City Froperty,
A bcautirul i ei Men co on DIgnowlty hlP,
wnrth SUIUO, ottered for $41)00. Also ono for
(0 (JO, worth $8500.
Five new cottages near Sunset depot from
ffioO to J1500,
itock hou e, Ave minutes' walk from Monger
hotel, only UWO.
Now cnltago and almost an acre of land near
Mnr French'!-. 91&00. Must sell. An otter
Three now cottagos on DIgnowlty hill, 51000
New 7-roomed liouso on San Pedro avenue,
Deventy-flvo lots near Sunset depot Seo
One block on San Podro nvenuo.
New bnuso on Flores street, $750.
Fourcoitugcs on Avenuo II, WuuO each.
Thno new cottages on Avenuo C, 9"500.
Itoek ootiage, plenty nhade, Avenuo E,cor
nr Flfh street, for JiOOO.
See list at olHco
W. U. HILTON, SOS West Houston street.
Full lines of flannels, opera French Dlalds,
best made, 00 cents, worth 80 ceaU. Elegant
patterns, at tJ. Mayer St Sou's. 92f-tf
We Tuke Flansurn to Inform the Ladles
That wo havo eDgaired two expert drees
makers, and we are preparod to take orders for
tto most fashionable drosses at reasonable
rate and guarantee good work and perfect tit.
All wot k done at our establishment at short
notice. We hate spared ni expense In fitting
up roomB for the convenience of our lady
patrons. A. IJLUM St KoKNiOSUKitEti,
Corner commerce ur.d Navarro bts.
Sam Antonio, Sopteinber 17, l&J. 9-17-tf
J. JOSKE & SONS
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes,
Hats a Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Trunk! and vallo. As our grand a4ll'lonal bulMIng Is now completed wo will receive tfa.
laracst stock of dry (roods, etc., ever brought to this city. Wo hare Just now received a full
lino of flnoStotoon hats, all new a'vlts to suit everybody Our assortment of ladlca and (rents'
flno hand and machlno sewed abocs Is tho largest and complctcst tn town. A largo variety of
boya'andachlldren'a clothing, also slnglo bora' and children's panta, arrived lately,
Have You Heard the News?
About September 15, will occupy part of tho store At present occupied by A. WoltT, and
will open up with a flno lino of
Watches, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry
And novelties, tr-nt wlllsurprlso tho public. Look out for thn opening.
Leave Your Order With Joe Beckman,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker,
""X Commerce Street, San Antonio.
Order, from tho country promptly filled. Satisfaction guaranteed In every particular. e-St-lm
WHITE ELEPHANT !
Main Plaza, San Antonio, Tex.
California fruits In variety at Armstrong's.
Shirts made to order at Itoicnbaum Si
Jersors tn ontor and bltck, best wool quality,
i W, at t). Mayor Si Sou's. V -U
The Central ho'el, of San Antonio, Is tho
place to atop stllWs day. 7-3Mr
Try Rilntt St Itagland for your druggist
No. 6 Uasi Commerce street. 9-JMm
Lcavo your measure forshlrtsatUosfttbaum
Si llaucr 't Xia Comuierco street. 8-1-1 r
dents undcrwearatltoscnbaum& Ilauer's,
No. 239 Commerce street.
OrapcB, peara, apples and peaches received
In quantity dally, by Armstrong. II IS tf
A good thing tn advertlso In: Tho LldltT
Annual and Guide. UccurospucopRrly. t-tf
Any one wishing railroad excursion tickets
to the Volksrt'st, October 4, lrKI. can obtain
them of George I'earaon.X) Solcdad St. 9-21-Ct
Five hundred styles of neck ruchlng, very
low, at S. Mayer Si Son's. 9-!-tf
Fresh fruits from nil parts received dally by
Armstrong und sold at lowest possible prices.
Every ono who trios It sujs that Arm'trong
haa tho only really excellent table butter lu
tho city. 11-tf
Fluid pxtrcta, elixirs and elegant prepara
tions at City Drugstore, No.SUa&tCominerco
Hosnck Si Newton have several 10-acro tracts
of land Just nutsldo of city limits forsaloat
X)cach-lf taken now. 0-l-tt
New goods received dally at Itosenbaum &
Daucr's. -IS Commcrco atr et.
Don't forget the grand ball to bo given bv
tho U. U. A., on the Jlh. at tho Casino hall, et
IlUDDEii shoes, coats, hats and all kinds of
rubber goods; also the celebrated Fish brand
oil slicker, at Sheets, Correvon & Cuttles'.
A splendid assortment of hoops, bustlea and
v-Zi tt 8. Mayer. Si Bon. '
Hotels, boarding houses and private faml
lies who will entertain visitors to tie Volksfest
on tho 4lh, 5lli und Olh of October please notify
uoorgo roaisou, iu aoieuau eircei.
The proof of tho puddlug la not In chewing
tho string out In having an opportunity to test
Has openod a neat barbershop at No. 31 Com.
mcrco street, next door to Clavin s'drug store,
where he will bo pleased to wult on his custo
mers and tho publlo gencralljs t)-6-lm
ltoom to Kent
A largcwell ventilated furnlshod front room;
premises entirely new; slnglo gentlemen pre-
rerreu; only oiiu uiuc i.um dut-i- var. u
The Manager of Casino hall takes pleasure In
announcing that ho has secured, at great ex
pense, tho world renowned orator and divine,
hi fay Ward Bccchcr,
Who will deliver one lecture,
Tuesday, Oct. 2, 8 p. m.
Subject t Tho Itolga of the Common Feople.
Diagram now open at 81m Hart's cigar storr.
ltcservcd scats $1 GO. 21-27-SH-2
BOARD AND LODGING
At No. 211 Prcsa street, near Main and Market
Streets. (JOODTAllLi: Sl'ltF.AD FOlt DAY
IlOAUDEItS. Everything new, clean and
comfortablo. Terms moderate. 1M(Mm
The First Norther
Has arrived and L. Wolfson Is prepared to
tit every ono with a ntoe suit of warmer cloth
ing. Ilia stock of ready mado clothing for
men and boys Is unsurpassed, and Is tho largest
and finest he has ever before brought to thla
market All Mr. Wolfson desires Is that you
call and examine this stock and get prices, arid
ho Is satisfied be can plcuso you. 0-21-tt
The St. Leonard Hotel.
Wo advise our friends when they go to San
Antonio to atop at the new "St. Leonard
Hotel," on the south side or Main plaza, whoro
they will llnd handsomely furnished rooms, an
excellent table aud every home comfort, all
tor thn reasonable sum of (3 and 12 to per day,
according to tho rooms ooeupied. No where
In tho South can tho aamo accommodations bo
found for the money. Stock men will plcaao
makoauotoof this. HS-3m
Mrs. Danford, Dress Maker,
Formerly from London, has removed to No.
407 Avenue C, near 4th street, where she will