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The San Antonio Light.
Grand Display I
Pall and Winter Clothing,
For men, youths, boja and children.
Gents' Funilsliitis Goods.
lints, caps, trunks, rallies etc.. Wo Invito (i
critical Inspection of our stock and prices,
KUarantcclnir full valuo In eve-rr Instatcn. Our
merchant tailoring department, under tho
nianafrement of l'rofcssor Uohland. undoubt
edly la ouo nf the beat In tha Plato. Tho moat
aclect styles In domestic and foreign plcco
goods always on hand. A perfect tit Kuaran.
teed or tio sale
COHEN & KOENIGHEDI,
.in and 311. MAIN 1'I.AZA,
Watclies Set anil IteEiilated
Itr transit observations frco of clianra by
Stern, tbo Jowclcr 24H Commerce Bt. lHr-.')m
The Days Huts Come.
" Tho Tom and Jerry days have conic.
The gladdest of tho year.
When man must take to rum.
Inatcnd of lager beer."
All drinks In season and prlees within reason
street, ban for salo a II kinds salt llah, herring.
Hussian sardines. Call and examine tho best
tUKK in Bruccrie. iu uo luuu.i mi mio ..-it j
iiui-int l:. aiihaiIj
Another Tension Ortlllruto (Irnnteil.
County Judge Mason litlJ an Investigation
on Saturday into the claims of 1. I-opci for a
veteran pension certificate, and ultimately
granted one In his favor.
A. Kiiun & Co.
Are advertising tome bargains in the Light,
and you are requested to call and take ad.
vantage of the tame. Mr. Kahn tayt lie has
too many goodt and mutt dispose of them.
A couple of young men had a ureitling
match on Commerce ttreet latt night. The
watchful peeler thought at first it was a fight,
and came near "taking them In."
Want Illni Out.
A petition It being circulated by toine of
the rangers requesting the resignation of
Lieutenant Schmltt. The Light is not In
formrd the cause or grievance. Some other
fellow most likely wants to step into his shoes.
1,000 buckets nesr Jellies, proserves and
fruit butter, for salobv tho dozen or bucket,
at low prices. The City Grocery Storu.
Cancelled Her Kncacement.
Claire Scott, for tome reaton, hat cancelled
her engagement with Turner hall, and will
appear at the Casino instead. She opens on
Tuesday with Leah. On Wednesday the
playt Katherne, in Henry VIII., and Lucrecii
llorjii at a mitinee.
General C. C Augur it expected in the city
during the week to close his attain, prior to
aiiuming command of the Department of the
Captain L, E. Campbell hat been ordered
to report for duty at Fort Leavenworth, In
General Augur's new department.
Lost la is House.
A countryman visited Wolfson store one
day last week, and after walking around and
gszing at the large ttock, he became lott and
did not know which way to get out of the
house again. Wolfson hat one of the largett
houses, and it filled with goodt from bottom
to top, in the cily.
Looking After lload Oierseers.
It is ttated that the County Commitsioneri
are about to give a little action to the road
overseers, and to Inquire Into what they have
done and what they have not done. It it
possible that they will thortly hold a special
meeting in order to deal with the matter. The
Idea is a good one.
The White Elephant saloon, which every
one thought too grand and fine for San Anto
nio, it still booming, and is even doing better
than itt proprietori expected. Everything is
first-class, and the proprietors spare no pains
cr expense to please all alike, and it teems no
special favoritism is shown hence Its popu
larlly with the matset.
Yesterday afternoon the Mascottet andSun
tett met at the tpringi to play a match game
of bate ball. The former club have hitherto
been successful in mott of their matches, but
In this, their last game, they received a defeat
at the bands of their opponents by 19 to 8,
The Suntett have imported new blood, ami,
with practice, will make a very good nine.
Ta "flood roods and low prices." I bollevoln
low prices Hnd small prouts. 1 have built up
air bualneaa by Adhering to thlaprlnclple. I,ow
prices bring large sales und large sales enable
me tii offer new goods and novelties often; as a
iho dnest stock of goods In tho city, from a
2 for Co., up to tl each cigar. Head my chango
of advertisements to-day.
him IIaut, Main I'laza.
Hunt ou the Trumps.
In order to prevent the crowding of the
poor house during the winter montht by
tramps and worthiest paupers, the County
Commissioners have decided to make an able
bodied and healthy person do a fair share of
labor each day. At both these clastet dlllike
work at much at the devil doet holy water,
the resolution will undoubtedly have the
Wlmt the Iteporters I.enrn 011 Their Tour
Through the City,
The llisck Dwarf It booked lo come
back to San Antonio in March.
Mist Claire Scott, the tragedienne, hat
ergaged a suit of rooms at the Maverick.
With the addition lately built to the
Maverick hotel, they can now accommodate
A correspondent of the Dramatic Newt
promisei to write that paper thowing up the
manner in which the show business is done in
Mr. Tat Kinney, the coal man, says it
was Mike Mines, one of his employees, that
was fined $5 for being drunk and down on last
Saturday, and not himself.
If you want to advertise your business In
a good thing, try the Light Annual and
Guide. Our agents are now soliciting your
farort. You can tecure a good tpace by
ed In the Hotel Corrldoi
From Various Other Sources.
JuJge S. S. Lawhon and wife, of Flores
vllle, are gueslt at the Central.
K. M. Hardeman, a prominent citizen and
ttockman of San Marcos, Is slaying at the
J. Harvey Tierce, late proprietor of the
Ileach hotel, with his wife, it stopping at the
Professor Sterling, the popular man of the
Alamo Music house, sports one of Tancoast't
fine hats latest thing out.
Miss Mysse Caroway, of Sherman, Texas,
who hat been spending the summer with
friends and relatives In thlt cily, left for her
home latt Saturday.
C. liennet, I'eartall; Mrs. Cartwall, Medina
Station; K.Tieberman, Cincinnati; Jamet II.
Sherrill, San Miguel; George E. Howard, S.
I'. North, cily; George II. llurk, Zavalla; M.
O. Donnell, St. Louis; It. T. Lenox, Gon
zales; V. A. Ellis, Floresville; Charles Rals-
ston, G. H. St S. A. R. K.; William Show
man, Hel Kio; II. M. Glmble, city; A. Wolf,
Taylor; II. K. Hawkins, Galveston; John
llurk, San Luis I'olosl, Mexico; William
Lewis, Mexico; D F. Hays, Mason; Thomas
Shakespar, England; William llaker and wlfr,
Houston; M. Drown Iioerne; Charles II.
Sevan, lloerne; C. E. Johnson. W. S. Slater.
I. llaylor, Marshall; C. Kudkin, Chicago; I".
Ueyre, II. II. & S. A.; Henry Robinson, do;
George E. Howard, T. P. llorton, city; W.
II. Lockhart, Koand Koctc; 1. II. Little, city;
M. Munezheimer, Fort Worth; Sylvester, are
regiitercd at the St. Leonard hotel.
0)stem -Tho Ilrnt 111 Hie City
Uwclveil dally by (Ulbcrt, 4 Houston street.
A PLEASANT BALL
(llicii by tho Young Men's llenowilent
aoclutlou In the Casino Hull.
The Young Men's Ilcnevolcnt association
gave a ball at the Casino hall on Saturday
which was largely attended, and was in every
way an enjoyable affair. Among the ladies
present were noticed Mrt. William Hocfling,
Jr. and Sr., Mrs. F. James, Mrt. T. Steublng,
Mrt. R. R, Martinez, Mrt. Herman llcilig
manu, Mrt. O. Zimmermann, Mrt. F.
Chavez, Mrt. Woodt, Misses Grade and An
nie Nixon, Emma Hocfling, Ida and Mar
garet Meyer, Kate and Louisa Hoefgen,
Virginia, Annie and Clementine Gutzeit,
Ilertha Felder, Emma and Annie Steinmctz,
IdaKunzman, Helen and Adeline Martinez,
Lina Zoeler, Mary Rohmer, Emilie Vanzle
berger, Maggie Black, Dora Ilruhu, Ida
Clemens, Emelia Weil, Mrt. Hausen, Miss
Augusta Kreikcnbohm, Johana and Katie
Dausin, Annie Dobowolkl, Siebeman, Ida
and Charlotte Wesenbcrg, Annie and Ilertha
Kritch, Mary Wagner and many othert.
All pasted off pleasantly and is creditable
to the committees who had the matter in
Arrangement Committee William Hoef
ling, Jr., Herman Heiligmann, R. R. Mar
tinez. Reception Committee Jacob Weber, F.
II. Fischer and Charles Schwartz.
Floor Committee F. Jaimet, Albert Hup
pertz, Herman Heiligmann.
Nino of Iho scholars of St. Mary's cullcgu run
nway last week. Klght of them hnto icturnaC)
tiut tho ninth boy Is still missing No reason Is
unsigned for their escape
THE GUN CLUB
Hum n I'leusant MeetlDg lit tho Spring.,
When Some New Members Join.
Yesterday at about 2 o'clock the shooting
ilub met at their usual resort and shot off a
good match. Among the new members that
joined we may mention Mr. W. H. Iloykln,
of St. Louis; Mr. G. W. A. Ilranlly, Mr. W.
I'ancoast and Mr. Trescott.
The following is the score, 35 balls each at
iSyardtrlse: Thelle, 1; Young, 11; Flood,
16; Tancoatt, 4; Olsmlth, 18; Veith, 17;
Huack, 8; Ilrantly,;i4. Visitors' match t Mr,
l'rescott 3 out of 5; Mr. Atwood, 3 out of G.
City Grocery Utoro, 11 Commerce street.
The. latest delicacies Jint received and for culo
at low prices. All kinds new crackers, honey
c, mines niiu juiumcB, mm n mrgu variety.
Call and be convinced.
1 thneltv 11
ncr of liast and West Houston streets, on tho
luin uay or uctowr. 1M3 1 Ono bay horse, no
brand; one black horse, branded FAIT und JO.
which will. If not redeemed beforu sale, bo sold
at public auction to tho highest bidder, for
cash at aald pound, at the hour of 11 n. iu.,on
tbo Stth day of October, 188J. N. II. -Illda loss
man iuo amount nxeu ny oruinauco will not
bo received for any animal put up at auction,
U :l-U Pun. BilAiiDtrN, Marshul.
I Auction und Commission.
Tbo undersigned havo asioclated themselves
together rer tho purposo of doing u general
auction and cotninlsslou business, nnd solicit
trom tho patronage of tho public. Will tell at
thclrstoru on Koledad street, Just north of tho
Direct car luru luuie, an luruituro ana goous 01
every description, wnich may bo offered. Balos
of real estate and live stock a specialty. Hales
of stock every day at 10 o'clock. One of our
firm, Colonel Culberson, Is an old auctioneer,
whoso sales will speak for themselves. In
structions carefully noted and prompt returns
mado. W, C. Cm.umtROU,
10-lci-vt Junius Mksns.
For floo double stamped whiskies. French
brandies, ticotch and Irish whiskies, Imported
Sherry and I'ort wine, you should call at tbo
CI ty Grocery Store, ami Commcrco street.
A Fnlr l'roposlllou.
We think It will bo worth everybody's time,
and provo to bo an economical pfan to closely
obscrvo eomo following bargains which will
lie offered by 8. Mayer it Bon lor tho following
ludajs. Most of theso articles aro remains of
n largo stock aud aro being sold for much less
than manufacturer' prices:
I pieces grey l.ondon suiting, 8 pieces navy
ollvo and green tourl.t cloth, warranted nil
wool, at 2. cents, worth 3) and 40 cents.
11 pieces worsted French plaids and combi
nation suitings, arc or superb value, only Si
cents, and muko up as prettily as $1 CO per
13 pieces ,5 cents cashmere (all colors) U
a pieces all wool black cashmere, double
width, 43, 4ft, GO, IB, M nnd 00 cents.
II pieces Ungllsh sorgo esyt cents, worth 80
41-lnch English ItelleyoM cents, worth 75 eta,
1ft pieces cn.hmcra suiting clolh nt r cents.
a) pieces French opera plaids at 45 cents
worth (W cents.
10 pieces French opera plaids at CO cents,
worth 80 cents.
1.7) pieces plaids, II yards for only l.
Ilxtra ilrlvo on shawls.
I'.xtm drive on blankets.
Iteady mado (tresses. Iudka wraps cents,
M cents, tl KS, SI K.
Udles wool dicMcs at $7 .V), SI0 .VI, $13 60,
Misses and children dreasca from IK ecu's
Itargalns In every department.
Wo only dcslro you to conio mid examine
qualities nnd comparu prices. We know wucan
suit you In every way. Our prices nro plainly
marked on cieryplecoof good, and you can
rely 011 It wu will protect tho purchaser by
glllngtht bcnclltof lowest prices.
8. Mai eii .V Son.
' JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY
Ami Night Wnteli, llendiju.irtcrs H1111 All
Olllco looms No. 11 nnd I-', llovlno building,
No "I and IfllKoledad street. I um now prepared
tu take charge of nnd hiindlo nil legitimate
detective titislnens In nil lis brunches, nnd ro
r Iicctfully lender sen Icoa In all cases rciulrlng
careful and Hklllfut Imcstlgtttlou. Also watch
men furnished fur bunks, atort-e, railroads,
cotton compresses, private houses, etc. All
business nnd prii iito mailer will rccch 0 prompt
attention nnd ho treated strictly conlldentlal.
Collections mado In nil parts of tho Htato and
Hulled .States. Oilloe telephone nil, residence
telrphnticSl.i, Captain William Jackpiin.
Ili.ttf Proprietor mid Manngcr
Mrnyeri or Stolen,
On October 1ft, a brown mnro HH hands high,
Kcionycnis old, branded .1117. connected, on
eftstiuuldrr. Ma white star on forehead Hnd
In rinse. Ten dollar rtward will lo puld for
rem cry. (KMIKjO !. H.Tatiim.
Notlco to Contractor.
The concrete and masonry work fur founda
tion of buildings ut I.0110 Mar llrewlng com
pany will ho let out by contract. Applicants
can seo tho plans nnd spccltlcutionsat Ihonnicu
or Messrs. Ilerg .V. Ilro , Market street, lllds
will bo recoiled until noon Wednesday, Octo
bcrljl. Tho company rcscrio tho right to re-
A lino family carriage. Inquire nt IHO Hous
ton street. 10-2MH
Laud for Kent.
Fourteen acres Irrlgablo land, on Bouth
Flore street, ono mllo from pla7ti. Inquire of
A chambermaid; white; ono who understand
hotel work. Apply at tho Ml. lonard. lC-31-i.t
Texus Employment Hiireim
And Agency, for rooms, unices, houses, etc, 31
(east side) Main plaza.
- Money to limn by Hilton & Young. 10-lV-tr
It Is 'Worth
Woltson, corner or Main ptaza and Act-qulii
street, nnd look through llio elegant stock on
exhibition In his new stnro building. In
quality and prices Mr. Wolfson defies compe
tition, mid Is confident ir you will only cull
We Take l'lanstiro to Inform tho I.mllca
That wo havo engaged two export dres
makers, and wo aro jirepared to take orders ror
All work ilonont our establishment at short
notice. Wo havo spared nooxpeuso In titling
up rooms tor tho convcnlenco of our lady
pairuus. a. iii.usi a. jyuk:iiiiik!(&ii.
Cdslt 1.0)8 Wonted nt I. Wolf son's.
ltopenbauin & Ilaucr take measures for
A (rood thin to advertise In: Tho LiaiiT
Annual and Uuidb. Hecuruspuoo curly. 4-tC
Huuueii shoe, coats, tints nnd nil kinds of
rubber goods; nlso tho eclebnitort Kisti brund
oil slicker, at tibects. Cone von & Castles'.
Our underwear. In quality and price, will
astonish tho oldest Inuubltttnts. 10-10)
Kosknhaum A; Haul it, W Commerce street.
Hull road tickets bought, sold nnd ox changed.
Itcduccd rates to nil points, at Itarnott's ticket
oil ice, in Sim Hart's ciar store, Main plaza.
New Ua renins for October.
r two-story cottage, 10 rooms, city, water
water nnd iras: iXVJQ.
iteuutirul reeldcncci rock house, ncarpost
Hock houso aud corner lot, near Commcrco
Several destrublo residences on AvcuuoC
for salo very low.
iioubo uuu two iois ou trio sircoi, i irsi
can bo bouirut very chean.
Plenty of business chancer for those who
nru looking for such places. Call and eo us,
wu can milt j ou lit uluinsc anything,
Hilton & VoirNci,
'JOS Wct-t llouBton stmt.
I'or Siilontn Itiirenlii.
A line ranch, TOO acres, newly fenced, mes
ilultognioM, iiurullmg water trom creek nnd
springs, ID miles Irom city. Also ono hair or
wholo Interest In boarding house, 40 boarders,
nlso family rockaway. Wanted h mines, rooms,
iuih, aiso cmpiiiyiiicni iur guruners, etiope
Uenerul Agency, ifi Main
A Urund mock.
Tho largest and roost coin pic to stock of
iealymado clothing and gents' furnishing
goodu to tto found lit this city can bo seen at I
WoUson's. A representative this morning took
n walk through tho clothing department of
this mammoth establishment and was sur
prised to 11 nd such a heavy stock In one depart
mcnt, considering that ho carries such an ex
tcuslvo lino of all other goods. You
can from this stock select anything to suit
j our fancy or price, front an oiurcont, business
suit, wedding garments, ora real dudo outllt
If you desire. In prices Mr. Wolfson guaran
tees that ho can sell you 15 per cent. cheaer
than any other houso. Mr. Wolfson always
makes good his promises aud lit this wo aro
Buroliowllldo. He Invites you to call nudex
nmino Ids stock whether you wish to purchase
or not. 10-liMf
To the l'ubllc, Caution!
Tho United States Circuit court for tho
Southern District of New York, by decision
II led August), 187U, has for tho fourth tlmo
alHrmed my patent right for forming Artificial
Btono l'avc m cut, in sections, upon tho spot
wheroltlsto boused (aud without which no
perfect oemeut wulk can be made).
Again I caution all persons against the into
of such pavement without my authority, aud I
hereby givo notlco of my determination to
prosecute, to tho full extent of tho law, all
persons, whether manufacturer or employer,
who Infringe my said patent by constructing
or using thu pavement covered by It, 1 hcroby
glvo further notlco that I have this day gold
all my rights in tho above patent, for tho
State of Texas, to tho Alamo Cement com
pany, of San Antonio, Texas, who havo the
duty to dofend and uphold my rights against
For further Information apply to thonhovo
mentioned Alamo Cement company, &0U West
Main street, or Lock Hoi 'M, Sau Antonio,
Tot ad, John J, Bchllllnger, patentee.
r. S. The Alamo Cement company Is now
ready and willing to grant, for u small consid
eration, licenses to nil persons who may de
sire to use said invention, llWt
cloth, flannels. Mack and colored cashmorcs,
and all tho new dress goods.
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A largo lino nf fall and winter
wraps. MewmarkcUi, walking Jackets, clonks,
dolmans, ulsters and Jerseys. f,Jcrsoys," "Jer
seys," for ladles', misses and children, at all
tho popular prices.
Excellent bargains. Wo claim to havo tho
largest assortment of black und mourning
dress goods over brought to this city, In h11 tho
Carpets, Carpels, Carpels.
Wo havo miiv on exhllillinn n largo lino of
tapestry, velvet nnd body llrussels curiieta.
Also full lino or woolen ! carpets, mulling,
oil cloths, etc.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery
goods woHlwajs carried thnlicst as
sortment, nnd shall continue to add new
3m Haas & Oppenheimer.
AVnilleil. " '
A good hoy to csrry a homo ruiilo. flood
wiigea nnd stcudy employment. Apply at;tlils
And otUccsto rent, under inylaw oMlco, corner
Market und Vturrl streets. Jumca Diiryco
The I-urgrst Mock
Of clothing In tho Statu for full and winter,
Justin ut I'ancoast Be Son's, IM.tf
Sealed bids will tio received at my olllco un
til 11 a. in., thoKlth Instnnt, intho excavating
of lot ror Albert Maverick. lii., Bltuatcd on
Houston street. Spcciltcatlonscan bo seennt
rnyotllcv. Ai.riiKii UII.EH,
Tho llrat day ot autumn. Speaking or autumn
wo aro moved to Imiulre. Autumn mun go
HI dressed, when ho can get now, fashionable
nnd scjioonablo goods at such low prices ns aro
ruling nt ttucets, Corrciou & Castles, Xo. 17
Alamo plaza. M-:tr-
Kngllsh ton boot, nt tho l.tttlo lleo Hive, near
Always on hand to movo furniture. Orders
left at 1 Solcdiid street, opposlto Court House,
will tic promptly attended lo.
10.11-tf JUNIfH .Mkani.
four IluildliiE IaU for Sale.
lxitaH.4.37, 38. block 7, original siihdhlslnn
block l:iu, rango 1, district 4, on Alazun creek.
Kino location, luijutroof
Hosack ti Newton.
If you want a suit made. Ho hosn full lino of
piece goods aud a Urst-closs cutter in charge.
Until you havo seen tho flnoatcokof clothing
or I'ancoast & Son. V-Ai-tr
K jou weigh less than a ton go to Sheets,
U you sny you never can find a pnlr of punts
or a suit In thostoro to nt you, Just try Sheets,
Correvon aud Castles'.
Ithodlus & Tempsky
Havo n largo stock lot renting pianos. Chcnp
Uauiarro lly Frost,
In order to escape tho blighting effects of tho
first frosts, provide youreelf with medium and
heavy-weight undorweur and substantial full
clothing, now soiling at very low prices, at
SheeU, Correvon & Castles', No. 217 Alamo
Money to Iinn
In small sums, on good security. Men notes
negotiated. Address I.ock lloxtSO, San Au
loulo, Toxna. lU-10-t
Mews, Hooks, Stationery und Vurletles.
Full supply of olllco stationery, printers
The llncst lino or stiff brim lulls can be
found ut Itoscnbumn .V Miner's, Kid Commerce
At N. Wlnther'a
Now nrlgullery,Sll Houston street, tho finest
Order Your (Irocerles
From Ocorgo Ic Bullcnhcrger, 407 Houston
Btreet, and get; now, lresh goods promptly de
Ittiodlus & TempaLy
r.mplny two llrst-class piano workmen to ro
pulr pianos. Cull on them. II
Ten Dollars l'er Month
Will buy ono of tho reliable Emerson pianos
from Thou, (loggan & Urua., No. !') Coiuiuercu
Ktilrta und Underiveiir,
A very comploto stock for Bulo by l'ancnust
lfawka & Ituuuels.
All kinds of lightning rods and fixtures at
tho iowcsl rates. All work guaranteed I0.15.liu
Thu painter, can bo found ut llucon's paint
Bhop, on St. Murv'a street. 10-liMf
men's ruiiilslilni; Goods.
Asgrodastock ot gont'a furnishing goods
uscniitofoundlntboHuito ror faM and win
ter, at l'uucoaat Si Bun'e. w-l-tt
Is nacholeo In Btylo and material as can be
found In uuy market. .
U.2.tf Pancoabt & Bou.
The St Leonard If otel.
Wo ndvlso our friends when they go to Ban
Antonio to stop at tho now "St. Ionard
Hotel," on tho south side or Main plaza, where
they will Und handsomely f urulshod rooms, an
excellent table, and every home comfort, all
for tho rcasonablo sum of $3 and 13 fro per day,
according to tho rooms oocupiod. No where
In tho South can tho aamo accommodations bo
found for the money. Stock men will pluaso
make a uoto of this. o-h) ''
a -Silks, Satins,
Our stock of ladles and ral(utc9cIoaVfl is full and comjlotc, comprising all of tho
latest styles of dolmans HuviUii circulars, walking Jackets, etc.
JERSEYS !, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, SHAWLS.
Wo have tho largest utoree, biggest and best assorted itocic, and sell nt lower figures I linn any
houso In Pan Antonio. No trouble to show goods. J, JOSK1I St SU.N'H.
WOLFF & MARX,
(SUCOI3SSOKS TO A. A. WOLFF.)
CORNER OF COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS.
Jf New store, new goods; quick sales, small
take siii'ill gains, hut turn them over fast. W
ic ijtii tt hi nil (rum 3 ou. We olfcr
10i) pU ti-s Mmrsted giHidsat lto por pard -worth lie. ft) pieces worsted gofxls at Vc. qt yard
worth iM'. liX)plecea(JelstcrrlothntiV. ery gool valun. All wool .UWnch colore! cash
meroat 4(k!.-they aro woithOOc. Come booii If you want any nf them. Vtry handsome liner
goods, and nlso some cry lino novelties.
Our stock I, wo think, tho very largest In tho city. Mourning goods of all descriptions. Wo
want 3011 to look at only fine, and Wo. all wool cashmeres; such gnods wero never beforu ottered
to ou. for tho money. In tan Antonio; llnor guides all prices. Wu will not refuso to glvo J on
samples of our black good. Wo nro afraid of no one.
SILK, S A.TIN" .A-ISTD VELVET.
This derartnu-ut has reer-Uwl particular atlcntton, und wn offer soino Immense bargains.
Iok at our prk-cs 1 All silk btnek broendoat $1, tliufuuiu itmh1s retail hero at SI M. All slllc
coioreu urnnuies ningmg irom uo. ioikj. per
values. In Mack gros gniln silks, and wo nro not uTrsId I
we offer 4 pieces black gros grain silk at Mo., worth $1 :
Towels Table Damasks, Uotisefurnishing Goods.
Wo enjoy the reputation or keeping tho largtBt nnd best stock of linens In tho city. Stnco
wo h.ivo been In our new building wo havo enlarged our stock oonslderably, and have reduced
our prices very low In order to Insuro largo sales. Wo aro offering, for Instance, a (Jerman
towel 21 lurhcfl wldo and Inches long nt -c each, or JIM a dozen; the saino article la sold
hero today nt 40c.it piece. All linen towels, .1 Inches lung, wo offer at lHo,
CLOAKS, NEW MA1UCETS, WltAPS, ETC.
Immensu stock ranging in prlco from $2 00 up to 00 each. Wo offer theso goods cheaper
nnd In greater arlety than any other house, and tho most fastidious will Rnd something to suit.
Mioses' and children's wraps, all prices and ttylcs
WHITE AND COLUJtEI) BLANKETS.
Woliought our blankets at tho lato auction sale, tho largest sale nf Itsklnd that over took place
In tho country, goods wero sold at about ivo. on $1; blankets that we sold a year ago for 11 wo
now offer you at $3. Illankets worth $15 a pair aro now utold for $10. You tun buy n good pair
or blankets for $2.t:Vo havo nil kinds and sizes, aud will sHI them 40 per u ut. chcaicr than any
wholrmto or retail houso In tho city.
I IOSI Kit V I IIOSIKUV 1-Our llnobas Invn considerably enlarged. Wo havo always had tho
reputation of keeping tho best goods. Wo havo added a great many new articles Wu keep
Iioho at all prices from Ho, per pair up to 55. Tills Is a veiy lino department, and you should
not mfsM it.
DULSS MAKINO. Tn connection with our stnro wo havo opened, up-statm In our building,
a Dress Making establishment, which is under tho BUperi Irion ol MltiS 1. 1)11 MAN, a lady re
cently from Vienna, whero sho has attended to tho toilets or iho ladles or tho Imperial Court;
wo can recommend her highly as an cxjicrt In tho art of Dress Making.
HOOTS and SHOFS, Clothing ror men, Voulhs, lloys nnd Children.
OENTS FUItNIHHINO OOOI)3.-Hero aro all now departments, and wo offer very groat In
ducements. Wo sell tho best $lBhlrtln tbo city. Wo want every man In Texas to try them.
Our stock of Hoots and Shoes aro from tho very best tnanufacfors, and If you buy onco you
will call again.
llujr your Pult uf Clothes nf us. Uuy your Underwear or us. Wo will KT jou
llarealns. Hoys Suits at l'lgurrs. ChII on us for Hats, Caps, ltc.
Great Reduction of Prices
-A.T KAHN c& GO'S.
Lonsdale Cambric, 9 cents per yard; Fruit of the Loom,
one yard wide, 9 cents per yard; Bleached
Sheeting, 14 yds. $1; Bed Ticking, 5c
KNICKERBOCKER PLAID DRESS GOODS
20 YARDS POR $1.00.
Splendid quality black kid gloves 75c. per pair, and every
thing else in our line at greatly reduced prices.
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Dealer in Fine Watchos, Diamonds anl Jewelry,
tilO Commerce Street, Sun ;An(onio,
AND LOSOYA ST.
pnillts. .V o havo deterhilneil to wll gooilsrhcap,
want you to rcsd this udvertlsement, nnd Mm
yarn, utirww. coioreu saiin isspiemju quality.