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The San Antonio Light.
Fall ana Winter Clothing,
Fur men, youths, txijs and children.
Gouts' Furnishing Goods.
Wo Invito n
stock mul prices.
guaranteeing full value In ever Instate... our
merchant tailoring departme-nt, under the
miiniiin-raent of 1'rofcMnr no Hand, "numim
cdly u one of the. best In the State. The most
elect styles In elomostlo and forclirn ple-co
goods always on hand. A wtft IH guaran.
teed or no role.
COHEN & KOENIGHEIM,
SW and 3II. MAIN VL.V.A.
Watches Set nuit Iteeulateil
Itv transit observations frc of charge h:
Stern, tho Jeweler. SIS Commerce St. u-IWJn
A llurber Wanted,
At A. Milan's shop, corner of Commcre-tisn
Alamo streets. l,-lU2t
The Days Have Come.
" Tho Tom nnd Jerry days hai o mine,
The gladdest or tho year,
When man must lake in rum,
Instead of lager beer.
All drinks In season and prices within re ason
nt (li,i.niiEir. npposieo
llrcat Northern urioi.
Turner Hull Lust Night,
A fair audlcnco attendod Turner liall last
night, and, as usual, wcro amarcd and auiueee
, th mairlpfll tricks nf Ihe Professor. A lium
irof presents were given away, tho hest tie-
Iota set of furniture vaiucu atj-n.
I'liuniijii, the tlraat .Muglcl
Mr. W. II. Ilanclt, with N'o. 10. drew the set
of furnlturn nt Turner opera hall last night,
and took i;l can in piaeo oc eno lurnieure.
Vhecntertelnincnt was tho best ever given In
fttv nf its kind. Ho tn-nlght and
Hnf cinss ncrfnruiance. and set a present!
Over IID prcstinta wcro given uway Iwitejicn-
llenry Wilson, vagrancy, S.1; W. II. Whlt
ford, driving across Main street bridge Taster
tlan a walking Kail, S3; 1!. Sauunlcgo, llllarlo
lilm- Antnnln Online eft. W Chrvsler. d
and dlsorJerlr, " each; Jim llumptnn, drunk
and down. J I:. T. Jameson, committing a
nuisance. S10: JoIT I.iinc. luterferlnir with an
tim ?cr In tbo discharge or his duty, i0.
The Case of Leopold lluppertx.
The lluppertz enso was called In tho Federa
court this morning, and as much trouble was
occasioned by tho Inability to obtain a Jury
the court cave a recess until 1 o'clock.
It will bo remembered that Iopnld Hup
perlz was assistant postmaster, under J. CJ
Manning, and bo Is charged with embczzllni
funds of tho postoJHco.
Taking the llrlilul.
Mr. J. F. Hanson, Raltlllo, Moxloo, waj mar
r.ed by Justlco Adam last ct cnlng, to Miss
Julia Wandurcr, at tho resldenco of the bride i
parents. After a few days sojourning In tho
city, too happy pair mil proceed to tiieir ncx'
Ilcnry Johnson has taken out a license to
marry Josephine Anderson.
The pleasant statu of tho atmosphere lias In
uueeii n marnugo uonm.
A building permit wai Issued yesterday to
V. II. Maverick to build a rock store anil of
fice, 100x56, at the corner of Houston streets,
to cost $45,000; also another to his brother,
Albert Maverick, to be built on the south
slJc Houston street, costing $30,000.
The Young Ladles' Supper.
The voting ladles cf the Fresh) terian
church gave an oyster supper last evening, In
the Comal block, on Houston street, and a
large number of citizens patronized them.
Circumstances operated against them in this,
their first entertainment of the season, but the
Light Is glad to chronicle the success of the
A freight train coming south on the Inter
national and Great Northern, near Robert's
station, between Austin and Tyler, was
vtrecked Monday morning by a broken rail,
and the tender of the engine and five cars
were thrown from the track. No lives Here
lost. A large force of brakemcn were at once
dispatched to the scene of the disaster, and a
new track was built around the wreck, and
this morning all trains are running as usual,
A Mountain l'lnk.
MIssLoulso Sylvester, tno charming actress
and vocalist who was to appearat Casino hall,
In her new and successful roroantlo drama, A
Mountain l'lnk, telegraphs that by reason of a
railroad accident she cannot reach tho city
until 8 o'clock, and as tho sconory and proper
ties required for the plcco aro very heavy, a
complete performance could not be given;
hence she will not play to-night, but will posl
lively do se to-morrow,
ThU company Is one of the best In America,
nnd tho play Is a pronounced success evert -where,
henoo a full houso should ruloat tho
Hood acting, good singing and good dancing
will make a merry evening for those who at
tend this entertainment. not tho leant attraction
being a quartetto of real negro Jubilee singers,
who are pronounced tho best In tho country.
Heats are on sulo at Sim Hart's, without ei
tracha'go. LIGHT FLASHES."
What the lteporteri Learn on Their Tour
Through the City,
Hoard of Health meeting to-morrow after
noon. Dolores Adalosj, aged ft, years, died to-day
of typhoid fever.
- A new base ball club to be called the
Crescents Is being formed.
Tho engagement of Miss Ida IlaueMcn and
Joe McAllisser Is announced.
There will bo a select bop nt tho springs to
morrow night, to which tho LiaiiT has been
Ooorge Whlttlng la to bo tried by Jury to.
morrow in the Ilecorder's court for carrying
-Tho Texas Investment cnmnanrwlll hiD
to-morrow IS car loads of cattle to tho l'an
Mr. 8. Stern has donated a handsome silver
card receiver, ot rustlo design, to tho Young
Ladles' Altar society, which will bo oiTcrod
for rallle at their fair.
The case of tho city vs. Farron.for carrying
a ntMtnl. was continued this marnlnir 1111 Fri
day next. Farron Is In Medina county, vrhero
ne will no tnoa lor muraer.
Freight Handlers In St. Louis on a Strike
Mew York i rain nouuers
i L'ofTee Market Unsettled -Attempt
Wreck n Virginia lUllrnm! Train
- Alitor Arrested,
I ittle Rock. Oclober 16. M. C. Harris,
editor of the Hot Springs Horse Shoe, has
been atresled by Judge Woods of the Circuit
court for contempt, caused by an editorial re
flecting on me court lor lis manuci m
Ing the Jury In the Hugg murder case.
1'insBURt!, October 10. A urauioru,
l'enn., special says! The Rochester and
1'iitsburg mines at llecch Tree and Funxataw
ney are In full blast. The strikers have not
attempted to Interfere. It is rumored that the
low grade division miners are weakening.
I'inkeiion 1 men nave uuuga ...............
but for their preieoce a not tre this would
have taken place.
St. Louis, October 10. it lias been ex
pected and generally believed that the board
of police commissioners would, at their regu
lar meeting this evening, reconsider tneir
action of last Tuesday, and perhaps reinstate
tM.r Pimnliell. but thev refused to do so,
and matters therefore remain as they have
been for the past week.
Little Rock. October 10. A tort bmtlh
snecial savs ! lohn Jackson, one of the mur.
deters of Deputy Marshal Addison Ileck and
posse, in Indian Territory, was brought in by
Dermics Cox and Ayers. Jackson, v.110 was
desperately wounded in the light with Ileck,
says that he killed both men while tbey were
attempting to arrest him.
Sr. Louis, October 10. A Ireignttiiockaue
is apprehended In East St. Louis as the result
ot the strike of the yard men. None of the
railroads have as yet refuted to receive freight,
and the managers of the railroads say that they
will not yield to the demands of the sttikcrs or
compromise wllh them. The companies are
bringing men in from the country, and the
strikers arc noiaingiccrci mccuugs.
Niav York, October 16. George Still
waggoner was to day sentenced to five years
and six months at hard labor. Stillwaggoner
was the leader of a gang of roughs who as
nulled and robbed passengers on the Rocka
way railroad train last August. Stillwaggoner
Is just 21, has been married less than a year,
and his mother fell to the floor in a faint.whlle
his wife and sister screamed. His mother
was carried to a private room and a ebctor
summoned. The women are all mourning for
the death of the culprit's father. He was
hurried off towards the station house after
New YORK, Oclober lG. The coffee mar
ket to-day was considerably fluttered. Inter
views with leading importers extracted no In
formation of the cause beyond the mere state'
ment that coffee has been declining lor years,
until the bottom was reached, and that It has
now liecun to rise, with unusually larce trans
actions snd excitement. Keene s celebrated
racer, roxhall, now in the front in bngland,
Is for sale. Tohn Irvine and lohn Walsh,
widely known burglars, shot and killed each
other In Slung Draper's saloon, No. 466 Sixth
avenue, earlv this momlnp. Thev had had a
bitter quarrel. It is said lhat six weeks ago
tney nau met in anoincr saioon aou utcw pis
tnls, but were separated.
NoRtOLK, October C The remains of
Southern soldiers disinterred nt Atlington,
anived from Washington this morning and
were taken U Raleigh under the escort of a
detachment of a military company of this
city, and nt Portsmouth minute guns were
fired from the time the steamer came In tight
until the remains were translerrcd to the cars,
The fligJ of the rity and harbor were at half
mast, the bells tolled and hundreds of the ex-
Confederate veterans were in the civil and
military procession. The floral ollerincl
were profuse, and the Ladles Memorial asso
ciation of Portsmouth, joined in the procej
sion, when the remains reacneu the city,
Wheeling, October 16. A villalno'js at
tempt was made to-night on the P. C. and S. L.
railway to wreck the passenger train at Glen's
Run, seven miles above this city, by a rail tied
across the track. There Is a stretch of track
at this point level and straight and good time
Is always made. The train was running at a
rate of Co miles per hour, and when the en
gineer struck the obstruction, it jumped into
the air, but fortunately kept the rails. The
rear cars broke the rail and the train passed
uninjured. If the train had been thrown off
the track, It would have plunged into the Ohio
river, as the embankment between the river
and the track is very narrow at this point, and
great loss 01 me would nave ensueu.
A Hud l all.
Captain A. Seller, while descending from a
street car near Mr. Slumbtrg's house yester
day evening, slipped and fell, dislocating his
A young lady admirer of the I. tour has
complimented the editorial force with a basket
of fine fruit and cake and a couple of bottles
of Murrm't Extra dry. Many thanks.
The Times attacks Mr. Ryder-Taylor's
protest, in the Light, against the award of
theprlzecup. The statements made therein
are based upon reliable information and facts,
which will be maintained in the proper place.
As it Is, Dr. Lindner is much condemned for
delivering the prizes before the Executive
committee had voted upon the protest, which
was fairly and legitimately made in the inter
ests of all concerned.
Interfering With 1111 Olllcer.
J. Lane was tried before the Recorder this
morning on a charge of Interfering with officer
Ferris while in the discharge of his duty,
Ferris said he met a hackman who told him a
man had just shot at a woman. On going to
Juan Cardenas' saloon he was pointed out
two men, one of whom had done the shoot
ing. He went up to arrest them, when one
ran off, and the other, the prisoner, jumped
up and caught him by the waist, he being on
his horse, and tried to pull him down. The
one who ran away turned round and fired.
Two men, at Ferris' request, pulled Lane off
and held him. John T. Smith, a colored
man, said he was attracted by the sound of a
shot; he went in the direction of the firing and
came upon two men; two women were run
ning off, screaming; one of the men said he
would have the women back. Lane, the
other, said all right he would bring her back;
alter this a mounted officer came up, and he
pointed the men to him; one ran away, while
the other caught hold of the officer, and said
"For God's sske don't shoot my friend, he'
drunk," and held him for some time; he and
another man pulled him off the officer and
held him. The Mogul fined Lane $50.
ems Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
From Various Other Sonrcel.
Mr. F. D. Levy, of New Oilcans, Is at the
Mr. and Mrs. O. Ellis, of Uvalde, are itep-
ping at the Menger.
Mr. J.F. Scott, of Corpus umsii, is regis
tered at the Menger.
Mr, S. Sanchez, a prominent citizen 01
Laredo, Is at the Menger.
Mr. R. Armeatead, of Nashville, lenn.,
stays at the Maverick.
Ford I)ix, a stockman ol Ilenavides, It in
the city on a visit.
Deputy United Stales Marshal Niggli re
lumed home this morning.
Dr. Christian, who has been sick and in
bed for some time, is up and well.
Mr. R. J. llrackcnridge, of the Telephone
company, is a guest at Ihe Maveilck.
M. W. G. Ilalleau, from New uneans, is
in the city with a view to open up a business.
J, C. Hart, publisher and proprietor ol Ihe
Two Liredos," is In the dly on his way to
attend the Austin fair.
Mr. J. I- Ilartlelt and Mr. D. Milmo, of
theMllmo National bank, Laredo, are guests
at the Menger.
Miss Fatrell, a celebrated modiste ol New
York, has arrived in San Antonio to take
charge of the dress making department In
Haas & Oppenheimer s store.
C. G. Vcgel, sole proprietor, editor and
publisher of the Hoerne Land Register, is
registered at the St. Leonard. He Is on his
way to Colorado City to attend the railroad
meeting to be held there neat Saturday. San
Antonio should send a represetative.
J. M. Upchurch, Eagle Pass; J. R. Murry,
Stonevllle; II. II. Whllcox, C. B.Walker,
Texar; J. L, Manning, W. II. Wheat, Eagle
Pass; Amos P. Foster, Austin, Tex.; A. II.
Nicholson, A. S. Adams, Yorktown; A.
M. Stewart, Medina; L. D. Bunton, Del
Rio; R. E. Carrey, Crockett, are guests at
the St. Leonard hotel.
JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY
And Night Watch, Headquarters San An
Olllco rooms No. 11 and 12, Dovino building.
No 21 and 2u Solcdad street. I am now prepared
to tako chargo of and handle all legitimate
detective business In all lis branches, and re
spectfully tender services In nil cases requiring
careful and skillful Investigation. Also watch
men furnished for banks, stores, railroads,
cotton compresses, private bouses, etc. All
biislnesaand private matter will recclvo prompt
attention and bo treated strictly conildentlal.
Collections tnndo In all ports of tho Stato nnd
United Stales. Olllco tclephono 311, resldenco
telephonc3li. Captain William Jackson.
10-ltf Proprietor and Manager.
1'1-ofesnor l'liaraz) n.
A French plate, ono quorier of an Inch
thlch, used by tho King ot Maglo Art, was
broken b careless handling, on the railroad,
tho cost of which was JIWV. The Professor has
had It cut down and will do Iho great Hindoo
basket trick to-night. It will puy jou tn see
-Sloncy to loan by Hilton Ic Young. 10-111 tf
Teachers In the pnbllo s'hools will bo p.i!d to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
ll. French, Major.
ltock home, four rooms and kitchen, nt 3.,!
Aiciiulii street. Inquire next do
For tile. Leave orders with I1, w. Petrol, cor
ner ot Alamound North street. 10-17-31
Texas Kmptoynicnt lliireim
Ami Agency, for rooms, olllces, houses, etc, ill
(east side) .Main piaia.
The Great l'liaruiyn,
At Turner opern hall to-night. Ono hundred
presents given awuy. 10-lJ-It
Cash llo) Wonted lit I.. Woirxon's.
- Itoscntmum & llauer tako ineasuies for
Keep shirts. 10-It)
A good thing to advertise) In: Tho LifliiT
Annual ANit uuidk. Secure spuoo early. 4-tC
ltuiiiu:u sliocs. coats, huts and all kinds of
rubber goods; also the celebrated Fish brand
oil slicker, at rhects, Corrcvou & duties'.
Our underwear, In quality and price, will
astonish the oldest Inhabitants. 1(1-101
JIoxemiaum & llAUKit,233 Commerce street.
Tlio International nnd Great Northern rail
road will sell excursion tickets to tho Ht. Louis
lair from September 25. tt-i'l-tr
ltnllroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
ltedueed rules to all points, at Harnett's ticket
oillcc, In Sim Hart's cigar store, Main plaza.
The Cause of Failure
t nf eonddeneo accounts for half of tho
huslncus rallurtu of to-day. C. Schosse, A.
Ilrclss and L. OrynBkl, druggists, aro nut Uablo
to fall tor tho want of conlideueo In Dr. Ilosan-
Cougn and i.ung syrup, tor nicy givo
away a bottio lecoioau wnoaresuuering
Now ltargalns fur October.
New two-fttnry cottauro, 10 rooms, city.
ami ks. tn reuro arenue;
Now cottaire of 7 room, tian Pedro avenue.
water nnd pus; SitOO,
Itoautlful residence, rock house, nearpost
oniee, for $i"00.
Hock houfto and corner lot. near Commerce
Several desirable ret! deuces on AxonuoG
for mlo very low.
House and two lots on Frio street, First
ward, for only $525.
A first-class restaurant, dolnir a lino business,
can bo bo u if lit very cheap.
Plenty of business chances Tor those- who
are looking for such places. Call and see us,
wo can suit you In almost anything-.
Hilton 8c You.no,
SOS West Houston street.
Mohey to Ixmn
In em nil sums, on kooJ security,
negotiated. Address I-ock UoxbS
), Ban An
Hawks Jt ltuunels.
All kinds of llffhtnlnir rods and fixtures at
tho lowest rates. All workiruarantccd. (10-15 lm
Tho painter, can bo found at Ibicon'a paint
shop, on bt. Mary's street. lO-lO-tr
XSews, Hooks, Statlouery ami Varieties.
Full Biipply of oil! co stationery, printers
Damage Jty 1'rost.
I n order to eseapo the blhrliting effects of thn
first frosta, provide yourself with medium and
heavy-weight underwear and substantial full
clothinar. now selling at very low Prices, at
tilieeta, Corrovon V Castles, No. 217 Alamo
lly Mrs. U H. Cock rum. &00 Kast Houston
street and northeast corner Alamo plaza. Ac
commodations first class. Terms icasunuble.
lor Sale lit u llarK&ln.
A flno ranch, 700 acres, newly fenced, mcs-
nlll hands, clerks, artisans, laborers, servants.
Wo shall exhibit n choice assortment of la-en-
niltj. In silks, brocade, velvet, ladles
cloth. Ilannols, black ami colored caahmcrca,
and all tho new dress goods.
.adies Cloak Department
,,, A Innrn linn nf fall and whiter
wraps. Newmarket, walking jHtkets. cloaks,
dolmans, ulsters and Jerseys. f-jerejs, "Jer
seys," ror lames', inures mm ruiiun.ii, m
tho impular prices.
F.xcellcnt bargains. Wo claim tn hnvo tho
largest assortment of black and mourning
drcsa goods over brought tn this city, In u.l the
new shades and kinds of ottoman, cheviot,
Carpets, Carpets. Carpets.
Wo havo now on exhibition a largo lino of
tapestry, velvet and body llrusaela carivcts.
Also full lino of woolen 4-4 carpets, matting,
oil cloths, etc.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
Wehnvoumva full n'sortmcnt of ladles' lino
silk hnso In nil tho newest shades. I.lslo thread
1..... in ..il ..liirfl. fitr mlfwes nnd ehl drt'll.
Of liieso goods wo always carried tho best as
LADIES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
nf Haas & Oppenheimer.
CASINO OPERA HALL.
A Dramatic Homaucc, Untitle
A Mountain Pink!
son. Harry Stoodard, Helen Sedgwick, Harry
Hawk, Hurry Maxwell, T. J. l.anguon, uc
vlovo Rogers, Marie l,cii".
Black Mountain Quartette,
Under tho management or (leorgo W. Itjcr.
Those securing seats will hav 0 nmney cheer
fully returned. It dlssntlslled with play and
company. Secure your seats at Sim Hart's
cigar store. Admission $l, no extra chargo for
reserved scats. ll-ll-lt
Muotillcht nt U10 Eprlncfl.
There is not a Oner plnco In tho country for
pleuauro nnd t'njojinctlt than tho Him IVMlro
tfprlnirs 1'urlc. Tho beautiful moonllKht nights
added to tho fresh perfumes of sprlntf und
uinmor nower mm uiu bwui-i iuubiu
Six of thn handsomest I'lynioutli ltock
chickens in lex us, uvo nen ana one roosic
Apply atWi ilium street. KH-:tt
1 on hnnd to movo fur:
Hock Houso fur Ilent,
With four roomr, and kitchen, (rood water nnd
yard, at IIW Houth laredo Blreet, corner of
Notice to Gentlemen,
I havo opened a flrst class saloon on coiner
of Nacogdoches and Jiowlo streets, wnero i
keep cool beer, lcnopado, eoda water und tho
nlshed and elegantly Huh tod ror tho accommo-
Kive ino u call. UO-2 3m ' W, M, I.ii'i'E,
Four Hulldlng Lots for Sale.
tx)ts.1(4,37, 3. block T, original subdivision
diock wj, raiitfo j, uisinci. t on aiuzuu crvex
Fine location, Imiutro or
8-irj-tr j osack & Nekton.
If jou want a suit roado. He has a full lino of
pieco iruous anu a urst-citwi tunt-r m vuurar
Until you havo seen tho flnostcokof clothlnir
or rancoaei x pon. w-
If you welith less than a ton, bo to Sheets,
rr vmi nflv vi
ou never can nnu a pair or pants
or a suit Inthostoroto tit you, Just try Sheets,
Corrvvon and Castles'.
Ithoellus Si Tempshy
Ilatoa laro stock lot rcntlnr pianos. Cheap
The St. Leonard Hotel.
Wo ailvlso our friends when they go to Ban
Antonio to Btop at tho new "St. Ionaru
Hotel," on tho south side of Main plaza, whero
tbey will llml hunilnomoly furnished rooms, an
oxcellont tablo, and every home comfort, all
for tho reasonable sum of J2 e nd J3 Ui per day,
accordlnir to tho rooms occupied. No whero
In tlio Mouth can tho samo aocointnodatlons bo
found (or tho money. Stock men will pleaio
mako a note ot this. -h a
Tlio finest lino of still brim hats can be
found at ItoHcnhaum Ic llauer'e, SU Commerce
At N. Wlnther'a
Now art kal1ory,231 Houston stroct, tho floest
Tho first day of autumn. Speaking of autumn
wo aro moved to Inquire. Autumn man ro
111 dressed, whon he can vet new, fashionable
and seasonable) Koods at such low prices as are
rullna-at Sheets, Correvon & Castles, No. 17
Alamo plaza. O-ss-tt
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots Sliocs,
Hats s Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Trunks nnd valines. As our grand n ldlllonal
largest slock of dry guods.cto., ever brought tn
lino of nno Stetson hats, al I new styles tn suit everybody. Our assortment or ladloa and gents
flno hand Bnd mnehlno sowed shoes Is tho largest and eompletcst In town. A largo variety ol
boys' and children's clothing, also single boja" and
ntriinrc to our stores from
CORNER OF COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS.
t37Ncw store, new goods: quick sales, small iiroflts. Wo havo determined In sell gmids cheap,
tako small gnlns. but turn them ovcrrnst. We want you to read this ndvertl-emciit, and also
request u call frcmiou. Woollcr
) pieces worsted goods nt luv. per psrd -worth l.".c. l ploees worsted goods nt ISo. tier yard
worthSSo. I00pleect!clslerelolhats.-vcrygol valuo. All wool .Til-Inch cooled cash
mere atltlo. -they nro worth 00c. Como soon If you want uny or them. cry handsomo tlncr
goods, and also sonic cry Una novelties.
BLACK DH3SSS GOODS. .
Our stock Is, we think, tho very largest In tho city. Mourning goodsor nil descriptions. We
want j oil to look at only Wo. and 00c. all wool oaslimercs: such gls were never lioforo ptlcrcd
to j 011. (or tho monoy. In Sun Antonio: llnergradoiall prlcos. Wo will not refuse to give you
samples or our black goods. Wo aro nf raid of no one.
SILK, S A.THST A.3STD VELVET.
This department has received particular attention, nnd wo offer somo Immenjo bargains.
Look at our prices I All silk black brocade at SI, tlio same goods retail hero at SI M. All silk
colored brocades ranging from 0.1c. to line, per yard. Our BOo. colored satin Is splendid quality.
Largo assortment of black and colored gros grain ottomans, etc. Wo havo some Immense
values In black gros grain silks, and wo aro not nfrald tnglvo you samples. As a special drlto
we offer 1 pieces Illicit gros grain silk nt Mo., worth SI T.
Towels Table Damasks, Housefurnisliing Goods.
Wo enjoy the reputation of keeping tho largest nnd best stock of linens In the; city. Slnco
o havo been In our now building woliavo enlarged our stock considerably, and hai e reduced
our prices cry low in order to leisure largo sale,,
hero to d ly at Wj. n piece,
All linen towels, 'M
CLOAKS, iEW MAHKETS, WRAPS, ETC.
Immense stock rnnslnirln piicofrom$2 UOup to Stt 00 each. . Wo offer thoao goods cheaper
nnd In greater variety than any other house, and the most fastidious wlllllnd something Insult.
Misses' und children's wraps, all prices and stylos.
WHITE AND COLORED RLANKETS.
We bought our blankets at tho Into auction sale,
In the country, g.iods wcro sold at about tJo. on
now offer you a" S3. Illankets worth Sllu pair
r blankets ror o navo an kious inuiuit, mm . ii v, ...... .v.,. .......
hnlct-aloor retail houso tn tho city.
nnsir.itvi llnsir.lt V I On r lino has been considerably enlarged. Mobuvo always had the
reputation or keening tlio best goods. Wo hiive; lidded u great muny new articles. lo keep
hosoatallprlccsfroinSo.pcrpii'ruptoSI. This Is a very lino department, and you should
not mips It.
nillSS MAK INO ,-ln connection with our store wo have oienod. iip-stnlrs In our building,
a Dress Making establishment, which Is under the auiervlslnii nl MlaS I.1.IIM AN, 11 lady re
cently from Vienna, where sho has uttended to tho toilets of tho ladles or tho Imperial Court!
ocan iccommcnu ner niguij-ua uii vaivi. in u. ....o. ...un...n.
HOOTS nnd SHOFS, Clothing for men. Youths, Iloja nnd Children.
rmv-ni vmiNiNiifKn noDIIS.-Hcro are nil now departments, nnd wooffor very great In
ducements. Wo sell the best Stshlrtln the
Our stock or 11001s nnu nuocs uru eroiu uiu ih
Hut your Full o( Clothes or us. liny jour lin.ierwear 01 11s. e win nive yon
llnrnalni. Hoys Bulls at Low I'lguns. Cull on us for Hut., Cups, l.to.
. WOLFF & :ULAJ2C
Deciler in Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Window Glass,
Mirror Plates, Artists' Materials, Etc.
l'Icturo rrnmlnjr and Flno Sign Work n Bpcclalty. 10-g-'"'
Iii Fine Watches,
ISIO Coiuiiiorco Street, San Antonio,
Itepa-rlnir acd engraving a specialty. Has 011 hand a largo stock of Jewelry, clocks, watcnes
Jleu's l'urnlshliic Goods
llarr lias Itemoved,
tlio city, on tho corner, opposite I Wolfson.
An i:legnnt I.lne
Of gents furnishing goods can bo seen at J,
Josko JeSons , U-21 tt
Hats, Caps, Hoots aud Shoes,
A largo and well selected stock at J, Josko tc
Is nacholoo In stylo nnd tnatorlal ns can bo
found In any market.
ll-lH-tf l'ANCOABT Si SOM.
The Ijirgest Stuck
building Is now oomplolcd wo will receive the
this city. Wohavu Just now received a iuii
children's punts, arrived lately.
bnH street, near Commerce slreet bridge,
A. A WOLFF.)
offering, for Instance, a Herman
eiech. or SI 00 a do.cn: tho samo artlclo Is sold
Inches long, wo offer at l-t4o.
the largest salo of llsklud that ever took place
SI; blankets that we sold a yenr 11 go for S.1 we
are now sold for S 10. 011 can buy 11 good pair
city. We wantoyery man In Texas to try them.
niu.iuii..uir, u.. ....... j
Diamonds and Joray.
Order Your Orocorle.
Itliodlus ll Tempsky
Kniploy two first-class piano workmen to re.
pair pianos. Cull on them, II
Ten Dollars I'er Month
Will buy ono ot tho rollahlo l'merson pianos
froniThos. (loggan& llros., No. 2.V) Commerce
street. 0 Mt
Genuine Camel Hair
tlonts underwear can he had at J. Josko &
Sons', for $). 0-St.ft
Shirts uuit Underwenr.
Gents Und Hoys