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"Red Cross" Whiskey
GUAHANTEED USE 1TI
Harry Baum & Go.
Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Only $5 a Year.
Volume V. Number 255.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1885.
lust Hcccltcdi '11k- largest nm!
A-n,TmA. I 1
Wo eloslre also call special nlti'iillnn. Hint wo carry tho mint elegant slock nf
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
Incur Ladles dress goods department every variety of tho latest cti and
ntcrnit enn be sec. i. An Inspection Is asked liy our lady oustomcrs.
Main and MiilUry Plans, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Conti-nlcnt to business cent, i, with best iiiToinliicdHtkms. 1H.
J. H. HAROUART,
CRESCENT Cmjj()f SH 0 EM ANDFACT0RY
I hate on hand liu: hiinilriil of the foll.iwlngfljlt-s or line hnud nml homo mucin
gooels: Frlneo Albert Calf, tli Oxford 'I If. linn I'niriow quitter Sirup Tic, Threw
Billion Oxford Kid, and Newport He Kid. nil of tboin low ipialer gooels which will
ho fold nt tho reduced rnto or lire doll ir per pair.
Will cell you a Hoot or Shoo Home and Ilnnd .Made. My stock ! superior to
any In the State. Ten thousand dollar worth of ready hand made goods to In
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. Tills offer le for t ho next .10
days. Call early and be convinced.
Flno Custom Wort a Spoclnlty. No. 17 Soledad flt. op. Oourthouno.
.la,m.o Ooment Co.,
MANI'FAI rilllEHS or
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comonts, Comont Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Lime and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported
iin-l Doim-Mlo I'ements. While Unit-, llalr. l'l istcriuid Chimney I'liies. Our Come lit In useil
In t tin Construction or tin- ,to-State-Capitol.
Itf-Olllci- inn! Wan-houses, Nns. I7 an-lau Acciiia bluet. Winks ui.'l luairy mar
uysters, issx ana Game.
Riuerside Cave Restaurants
Scholz'a Hall, Corner of Ccmnierce and Losoya Streets.
toTl.unch and Meals nt all hour.
Enllto wniteis In iittcnelnncr.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite the Passongoi Dopot, on Austin Stroot.
Constantly on hand, n good supply of Kino Imported and Doiuc-stlu Llnuors
wines and cigars, t'ollte and attentitu
The Vance House
NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET
SAN ANTONIO, - TKXAS
Real Estate and InsuranceAgents
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?.
The Creit Western Insurinea Cc, or Toronto.
Springfield Tire end MtrlnelnsunneeCo.,
The Hibernli, of New Orleini, U,
The Lion, of London,
Tho Ent Texas, of Tyier,
3-8-1 m The Houston Insurinea Co.
A. S. CHEVALIER.
Lawyer, Collector, Notary Pule,
43 Solodad Stroot,
SAN ANTONIO, - - TKX
1J00K BINDING AND RULING doncat the lowest
Utrht oiUce. Cloth binding, fit paper cover,
Ilnrtt selected flock or Hoys anil
f.w. McAllister & bro.
101, 101 AND J05 S. AUMO ST.. COR. VIUITA,
SAN ANTONIO, TUX AS.
Wo are wholesale and Hctnll Dealers In Austin
Wl.ltc l.ltni-, llest llrnli'ls of Ililik Hnsclulule anil
Iuipoited KiikIIsIi Portland Ce-nicnu, Planer of
kii.I lmg Clout llulr, and woul.l aak tuu In
wrlto us, Tor price Lenin- purihnsiiiu else
Pkaso mention this paper.
l-lverythlt'g served In FIrst-f'ln i Styl.
barkeepers. Kvcr thing Ural-class In
MUSEUM of ANATOMY
Open Dally from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
253 WEST COMMERCE STHEET,
IJirifist i:lill.ltlon orihe klnilln the wurM.
aim llic llrst ono or In I lie city.
Valued at fi0,UK).
FOR ADULTS ONLY. ADMISSION 26c
A rternnons of October !7, ao, Nnvcialier 3,
rrom 3 to 0 p. m., fur Laities only,
1! jldblte-d liy Alamo LoJico No, 44. 1'. anil
M., for bcnellt or Cemetery Fund, lo-sro-
'art . ... el-.oli.--j
'"'' 1 ,.i:thiioluT
'"' 3 .Anatomy
Tho Walk-up Poisoning Caso nt
Lucky Railroad Man -The Ohio tlec
tlonand Judicial Proceedings
A Pension Incident.
F.ttiimu. Kanhs. October an. The
ritnle hating nofurlher ethlcnoo to or.
frr In tho Walkup oase, at the opening
this morning, the ilcTeii'e was eiiui
mencrd. 'I'Henlv.llie nllnesses were
called. Including I'r. Scoit, of Kansas
Uliy. r.nen iiaiunin, in i.nn retire, anil
Dr. I'ouuny, of Toledo. Kaiisas. Mr.
Scott, attorney for the defendant, then
addressed the jury, saying that be de
pended more on their honor as men
man upon tncir oaiiis tor an itupnrpai
verdict. The hlato had eharced n i in-
spiracy between the defendant and her
mother to mairv, roh and murder Mr.
vt alMip. I lie cleletn e propcuecl to prme
. compicie vinciiraiion ircim an ine
harires. He pictured In eiowlni: 1-riiM
tho situation of tho outK wife at the
tlinn of her liiisband's death. UV) miles
from home, and without a frletitl In the
ttylnir hour of suspicion, lie related
ine cireumsiauces oi ine eour.suip nun
inartlaEe. uolnit to show that the clrl
consented to inarrlaito only upon the
repeated nnd urgent sollcltallons of the
decensed. In tho course of bis nddiess
attorney stated Hut defendant would lie
upon the stand, nnd also that oi.il.-nce
would be Introduced to exhibit the pri
vate character of .1. IE. Walkup, his as.O'
clatlons with lend women, the ell. eases
ho Incurred and tho arseiilci-l compound
that lie useu. tliey wnuiu snow ins
wife's lldellty clurliiK his Illness nnd
would show that he lohl her to piirelu.se
arsenlo for her complexion. At the con
elusion of the address Kben lUlilwin, of
awrence. wns ea led to thenl.'iiiss
stand. Ho related Hie bistort of his trip
to New Orleans with .Mr. Ualliiip. The
latter boui;bt medicine Inn M. I.ouls
drug store, witness did not kiioiv what,
and wns nlterwnrd sick on the boat with
vomiting nnd cramping. albup said
he knew what was the matter, and nouM
pull through. Walkup got iliuuk while
they ttc.-e In New Orleans, was eldent-
I' smitten Willi .miss n niiiiee, mil sue
Id not out herself foruurd. Most c-r
the afternoon session was taken up with
arijiiiuents over the adml-sion o tcstU
mony as to what Walkup had said be
fore his last illness regarding U I - pliysl
Uaia Km on. October Si. CI. I.. Clein-
enl.br. ike. nun on the Oulf, Colorado and
Snula Fo railway, goes up on record as
one of the Tew men who hate beeii run
over by a freight car and escaped wllli
minor injury, uietneni, nt a ute Hour
Saturday night, Has swl'.cl-'ng a train,
when his foot caught In a track, Just
Hun tho train backed, knocking him
down. Two wheels ol a freight ear
Eassed over his left leg above the knee,
lit Instead of crushing that member to
a jelly, II merely mane u seveu-iy con
tused wound, which at present g'tes no
token of serious results, A despernli
attempt at suicide wns made this morn
ing by John I'outidfctone, a train dlf
patcher; born in Ilushvllle, (hough hail
ing from O'Kcnn station, Aiizona.
rounustone nas ueen in tun city two
weeks, and falling to obtain euin'ot-
mcnt,gave way to melancholy, which
wns In no wny Improved by lh exeei
slve use ofctilorolotiu as a s.iiuiilaiit.
llnrmUss and poverty sulcken he di
termlned to die, and with that object in
view Bought tho pavement near Hie
Texas press, anil liieu anil iiicrcpiungrcl
a knife several times In bis Ihro-it.
roundsloiita's knlfu was dull, nnd only
two of the wounds were penetrating.
He wns picked up lor dead and taken to
tho lnllrmarv. hill subseiiuenl'v re
covered siilliclently to tell in his nl tempt
at suicide, ins wouiius aie severe, out
Wamiimihiv, October 2d Last week
letter was received at the IViisto-i
olllce from a Connect lent woui in inclos
ing an appeal Tor the widows' pension,
and In the regular order or business It
went lo the llles. A recording clerk
glanced over the list, noticed that it man
of the same namegiteii by the tt idotv
was drawing a pension, which had been
granted hlui In li7.'l, and wi-s being paid
tnroiigii cniiioinin. it leijuireu oniy a
few moments' search in dlseuvcr tho re
cord In the two cases was Identical.
The widow oil end no proof or death,
nut ner amuavii stateci una an? uati noc
seen her husband or bea.'d or him since
the war, and supnosed ho had been killed
In battle. A teller was written to her
stating that her husband was alvadv
drawing n pension for wounds received
in tue war, ami oy retiiiii man came an
innulty as to his whereabouts, hue said
he had been mourning his death for 'Al
years, but was very glad .hit he was
still living, nnu it ine pension peome
would only assist tier In locating lilin,
she would make it very lively lor her
Cincinnati. October 20. Judge Ilueli
aller's court room wns crowded to Its
utmost capacMv this morning by attor
neys of candluates and odiens Inter
ested In the result or the legal pioc ret
imes before hlui, In connection w.lli Hie
delivery ol cerlll'cntes of election lo four
candidates for Senator from Hati-llioii
county. The mst'.or had been argued
and submitted in him on demurrer, nnd
on motion to tilssolve the restraining
order heretofore Issued hi hlui In favor
of four Republican candidates on their
petition, lie rendered ns decision nt
considerable length, holding that plain
tills were entitled to the order to stay
the band of the clerk until Ilia merits of
the case could he determined In another
court. Tho Injunction wns tliercforo
continued In force and the lunmhmiis
caso Involving the sauiu point was taken
up by the Circuit court.
Nkw Oulkans, October 2.". l'ress
Commissioner J. l'lnokney .Smith, of the,
North, Central and South American ex
poiltlon, lias addressed a circular letler
to the ineinberB of the press oftlie Unt
ie I States, extending them n rordlal in
vitation to visit the exposition, ollering
them it hearty welcome and every needed
They Never Speak.
A sensational bit of church scandal
seems to be brewing In one of our l'ro-
testant churches. A well-known pro
tessionai man, married, has been paying
undue attention to one of his married
sisters or the church, and now his wife
has heard of It, and the ladles, formerly
uiuoo menus, now -never speaK as tucy
Crsal Auction Sale.
Will be sold Wednesday, October '2S,
at 10 O'clock', the entire content, nrrcsl,
denco No. 118 Soledad street: One ele
gant piano, stool nnd cover, four bed
room sets, narlor set in nltish. .llnlnir
room nnd kitchen furniture, cond stove.
pwpets, china, eto.inlso horse, buggy and
harness. Gkoiicii: I'kausox,
Corn Is selling at Stn Luis l'otoil nnd
nnd 1 1 ay on nt l n bushel.
A new church Is being built In Tsre
tnu, Stnta or Mlchoacan, to cost $M,UM.
In Tlacotalpam bananas are slow sate
at 13) cents n hundred, and In Lampaso.
Ilgs are worth I'.'l cents for IftU.
In Man Clro.Sati Luis I'otosi, thoRrsx
hoppers are being killed by the liiuhel,
nt least 'Jon huslic-ls having been burled
'Ibo gutc rnuteul subvention for the
work on the new Vera t'rtu harbor hat
In-en reilui-ed from flum n week In
The Mex'ean war vesscl'-llemocrala.''
Is guarding the Sonnr.i ut in as co
prevent the Vnipil I ml Inns from reci It
lug help outside.
According In n Isle valuation. (In
property of Hie Slato or Vera Cruz
amounts In $I'I.1W.I.HI7.!,V or this amount
Sli.VI.iiM mi Is exempt from Inxntlon, be
ing designed for publlu cuarltli-s.
John Chldera chief ciftho Hungarian
colonists, who lately landed on Hie I'a
cit'o coast, tiled nt liimn n n ftv days
since. In token or respect lo his mem
ory, nil the colonists, fo-n set number of
days, went barrhead s'l Ibo time.
On the n'glit or I lie "lb Instant, l)ieto
Mnrllne. Jus lu of the pea-e, Mvlng at
the Tunas I'ann. San I. ills I'otosi, was
assa-slua.ed. Il's body was found on
the tills Instant, In the neighboring fur
eit. It is Pelleted to be Ibo work of
nilne parlies a .'ilnst tthoui he ruled ail
tersely, and they have been arrested on
Tho Sonora railway, tt hlch Is operate d
under tho Alolilson, Topek.i and Santa
Ke system, sliotts no oiKOurniili'tt; faille.
Kor Ai-gi'st the gross enrnin- t oflh's
toadteaehed S's'.'.lliO. The opciailng ex
penses, hotveter, we-lei tinusiial'.y hlxh,
r'.'.'.'-i, le-nv ng a delleie-noy ofi'Vi.
Since .Innuri v I. ihe Sonora road Pas
oiirned IH7..i.'l. Its operation for that
lime co-t $I.i'.i.."h, lids slmtv-ng net ru
turns lor eight months "of i.H,.l i;l.
Mr, A. M. Womble, mnnngor or La
Trin.elnl inities. In Soiiorn, tecelved In
roruuii ,on. with snecliiiriis. that In mak
ing an air connection on a "en root lete-l
Intiienoovo named mine, n rlnh smke
has been m ule, and one that will In
e.ensp tin- outhiit of Hie mines millions
ordoiaa. Hie slril-o is nsi-ata about
2i:0 ounces ovblai-k su'phu "ets wllli ua
live silter .mining thioi'gh it In heavy
sl.'eaks, a id so.ue or whic h Is nimosi
solid meliit. This strike will make tips
alieaclv famous mine ono of the best
properties in Mexico. These specimens
i re beau. lei for Ihelr rloliness and to be
appicclaic-d should be seen.
Our Old Railroad.
Krom Hie Port Lavaca, Texas Intelli
gencer, elaleil April 2.1, IS"! I, which Is
nearly .'II years ago, the follow lug Item
Is taken: "The contract for construct
ing of I lie San Antonio anil Mexican
tluir railroad has been taken by Messrs.
K. Jones nnd T. J. Devinc, of San Anto
nio. 'I he contractors agree to construct
the first 20mlles oflhi- roadfioni Lavaca
In the direction of Victoria, and to hntc
the same In good running order by the
llrst day of November, IS.1I, They also
agree to construct and complete the
entire road from Snlitrlalo Han Antonio,
within three tears Ireini the llr-t day of
December next, nnd to furnish locomo
tives, freight cars, p-H-onger ears, sta
tion houses, and all such other liullillngs
as the company may re cptire, anil dellve r
the same In good order to the company
at tho time mentioned. The road is to
be ot the III nt class; the iron either the
T or IJ rail; Ibo locomotives and tenders,
pnssetiger and freight cars, of Ilia best
and most approved chancier. T'liu com
pany, on the oilier hand, has iiiado mil
plo prot.slons for the prompt payment
oftlie Interest upon Its bonds, wfi'ch Is
payable semi-annually nt Hie cllv of
New Vork. This payment la secured
by selling aside as a permanent Hlnil
tho lands, town lots, the lands donated
by the Snile. amounting to eight sec
tions for each mllo or the road com
pleted, and the accruing payments upon
the subscription lo slock of the company.
We congratulate) our renders and tho
friends of this protect. In thus securing
the certain coiistriietlon ofiliW road. It
Is now In tho bunds or men who know
what they are doing, nnd possess that
energy nnd enterprise necess-try to com
plete the undertaking."
About tho Water Works.
IMIInr Kim Anloiilo Mitlit:
tt 111 you pardon mo for calling your
attention, and In calling your, alio tho
present City Council to tho contract tho
city made with tho San Antonio Water
Works company, dated 2ath or January
1SSI, In which tho city contracts to
exempt rrom taxation for a term of 21
yenrs, the property of the Water Works
company to tho value of S2."i0.0') I.
.Mr. trencii was men .Mayor, ho Is now
a member ofthe Clly Council, lie sure
ly knew then, nml ought to know now
that all such cc.ntrai.-is wc-to null and
void and of no cllec.t. Contraveiilng.tho
onstltutlon or tho Stale. We direct
the City Counoll nnd the City Tax Col
lector to this contract, and the constitu
tion or the State or Texns. Art. VIII.
Section 2 and ask If they can longer re
ruso to collect tho taxes due on tho
property or tho Waterworks company
or any other corporation In thi city.
The Clly Tux Collector should proceed
at once to collect nil back taxes duo
from the Water Works company, and
collect It In the future) wllli due pre
cision, ir not, why not? Let the Inves
tigation go on. Si-ix-mou.
San Antonio, October 2Uth.
J. II. Bolton, lumber addition to stable,
corner Cherry nnd Nolan streets, Third
ward, to cost S'fi.
John Williams, lumber nddlllon lo
dwelling, south sldo of Crockett street,
Thilil ward, to cost $.10.
William Hitter, lumber kitchen, south
side or North street, Fourth ward, to
J. W. Glass, lumber stable, corner of
.tvenue u nnu seventh alreet, Third
ward, to cost $200.
In consequence of the decree of the
I'ope making October a month of prayer
nnd rejoicing, there have been services
In all tho Cntbolle churches of tho city
during thu iiiunlh. Kvery morning
there Is rosary, and on Wednesday even
ing preaching. On Friday evenings
there Is rosary also.
' the wnrkini. el....... .i i,i..,i n ,i...
ine ciecrec wns maue in order lint
j faithful might receive the blessing or
the Illessed Virgin by altendlng tvor-
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY.
An Interesting Collection Highly Instruct
ie to the Intelligent.
The museum or anatomy tthlchlsat
present on exhibition on Coiumcrco
street, Is one or the most worthy and
Instructive exhibitions ever before the
publlooflhls clly. Its pieces are nearly
all In wax, executed in the very highest
sly In or art, making them as real as It Is
possible to do. The Illustrations ol the
progress or life should bo familiar to
every person of sound Judgment. Thsro
Is a large collection of busts of noted
persons or bistort". Including Napoleon
III., Kmprcss Lugrnle nnd their son,
who was kille d In the Zulu wnratlhe
Cape oTtiood Hope.
Hours can prolltably be spent In the
careful study ofthe hundreds nr Inter
esting subjects, which may be repented
with prollt several times. No person
should fall to visit this museum, as It Is
the llrst ofthe kind Hint has ever been
In San Antonio, and It may bo many
years before another comes here.
The New Hospital.
Illds v e re opened to-day at 12 o'clock
at the Mayor's olllce, ror the building of
tho new joint City and County Hospital.
Tho following arc the bids:
t'ollon ,t llornung, brick, $:t0,tiL
7S; rock anil brick, j:s,2-5.02.
W. I. Ooodloe. brick, $IO,:i2l): rock
anil brick, $1:1,17.1.00.
John C. Dlelinaiin, rock, $37,!0.no.
Nlggll A Wllte. Kagle Pass brick,
Kl.W).0H; homo brick, iWJM.tiO; rock,
.McOlnty A Walsh, brick, JILttiO.OO;
roc-k, $l3,onu u.
It. Neumann, rock and brick, $11,
l T. Shields, brick. $2-.l,!l72.HO:
(1. W. Kniikle, brick, f.ll.Kinoo.
John Wnlte, brick. $:iil,iHK).jo.
(lus. A. Kelmaiin, rock nnd brick,
I). C. Anderson, brick, $11,000.01).
The Hospital committee will meet
this afternoon and decide what mr.terlnl
shall be used. Whether brick or rock,
or both. H brick nlono Is used, I'. T.
Shields Is tho lowest bidder, as will be
seen by Ihe above figures, with Nlggll
and U Ute next.
The following cases camo up In Ibo
above tribunal this morning:
Stale vs. Oeorgo. C. Hlne, thrco
charges of bono stealing, In the llrst
case defendant pleaded not guilty, and
was acquitted, Ihe other cases were con
tinued. Slalo vs. .1, 1). .Marllu, for horse steal
ing, I wo charges cmillniipd.
state vs. Peter .igmom I. three char
ges for horso stealing, two continued,
Slato vs. .leir Merrill, four charges for
liotsu stealing, three continued, one dli-
Stale vs. Juan Katnnn. charged with
aggravated assault. continued.
Slate vs. Max 1 oiingmnn, theft of n
Slate vs. F. Ileus, enclosing a puhllo
.stale vs. Charles Thompson, theft
over $'0. Dismissed on ii.count or 111
health of defendant.
The late Thomas W, Fierce, the 1'res.
Ident of the Galveston, Harrlsbiilg nnd
San Antonio railroad, left several mil
lion dollars worth of property. Among
other bnnuesls he leaves S20.C00 toe-stab
Hall a charitable hospital on the route
ofthe Sunset railroad. To Sehulenberg,
Weimar. Waelder and Columbus he be
queathed $2,000, e tch, to bo used as a
p-rmnlient fund for public educational
purposes, and $I,'O0, each, to Harwood
and Klllnger. wlih tho same Intention.
Colonel T. W. Ficrce's ileath will Lo
widely felt bv manv who have been re
clplcnts or his constant and unobtrusive
Fecal Cstate Transfers.
Nat Lewis lo Mrs. Henry Nlchnnborst,
block 1, near Trenton avenue, for $170,
Margaret Hums to Sidney Jlcrd, con
veying Id aforesaid Sidney Mead certain
Improvement in llnie-kllns patented by
i'. u. inyior, nominal consideration
stnted In deed.
.Margaret Hums to Sidney Mead, 17.C6
noresofland In western part of lot 17.
range 1, district II. Also 13.03 acres of
land of lot IS, range I, district II, for
Nicholas Tudyk and Franclsca Tudyk
in i-cter rcrsiiK, a lot in tue town ot si,
lledwlg, for SoOj
NKW Yohk, CK'K.l.or ft. Snots, -lUktueil
eti.) , imutiiinir, u-u; pules, l--l Olties. 1 u
lures, niilel and c-u.y: Out'ihc-r, II ttt: Novcm
oer, v .ssipi..,i : iiiH-iuuer. u.fsJtsii.Qi: jauiiury
v imcliwiy; reoti-ary, u.,iAirfi.,i; mrt'l, a.sifi
..'; April, u.l-w.lfc; May, lo.ulftlill'li June
io.ii10.ij: July, lojMtaioi5i Aiurust, hu-i,
r.lvi-apoot., October H7. - Spots,
ni.d.lllnirs, a-,il: Orlertns, ft-.il. Hak.7uiMll.i
receipts, ai,u.l IhiIcmi. Fulun.s, llrm; elc-
totier-Noveinlwr, a.ll-, Notcmhc'r-IlcocinlM
A.Ui lH-cemljerNlaiiuary, fi.ll.
Nkw Yiiiik, Oelol-er 27. Stock market:
Clllcteio, Oi.-toticr S7. Wheat, nrin : De-
Pork. 'lull; January, er;i tuinl. dull: 'jiinu'
arr, lleenlils tt heat, II'1,C1J0 niiiliels
bushels ' ' '
Another Score for Wolfson.
The I.iour takes pleasure to noto the
change made by Mr. I.. Wolfson In con
verting two ot the many cntranoes to
ins bazaar into targe snow winnows,
The glnsses. which are of the very larg
est size, nro of the very best flint-glass
plate. They make n Hue nppearance In
tue openings, insicio oi tuese new snow
cases are displayed respectively: I
dies' dress goods, fringes, gloves, laces
plumes, and everything else pertaining
in a full outfit In a ladles' toilet. While
the other one Is ornamented with gen
tleinen's fine dress goods of the latest
patterns, furnishing goods tindeirtvear
and neckwear, handkerchiefs, hosiery
and many other things that are Integral
parts ot ine lonei 01 any gentleman,
The decoration or the windows was tho
work of Mr. Itlchard S. Lambert, late
or Houston, nnd now In the employ of
.Mr. ttoiison. i ma reminds mat uoat
after Host has been unload ng at Wolf-
eon's, and many cases with the olllclal
custom House strap anil seal attaolied
containing the very nicest Imported
i-reiicii ami uiucr iiiaiie-up nnci manu
factured goods that ladles dellirlit In
Woirson still holds tho fort, and Is still
In tho front rank of first-class goods
SIMMS 8c SAMUELS,
onflay, Taesflay and Wednesday,
Miss PAULINA AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
leorihelr n-niinl k, leln-i
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON
ultttl ii lull (ly with thiiihli-iiiiif iij'i'l.uiits".
D1LLIF. CARROLL AND BARRY. -JOHN
i t'.itlrv iiiw fK-t ltilt). i iititttil MlliiMiinti
:g? Tin 3P an
Miss MONA VALADE,
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss Lou Baker, - -
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, -
The Wiiii.leri.f llie Hah Oiitury.tlio Clreiit and only,
MISS LAURA ASIIEV,
llilnsliielnir s-iitii- or her Clreiit Oriental .tmrirlliiir
imti i in iit.it uiu 111 Hie itori'l uilriNiiicuitr nil- wotmcriui lent ui iiieiunciiiir rite
i. an.1 mail) other new nml noeel reals lsn"l full to sin her
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON,
MISS MONA VALADE,
"e VESTYALI o
ie P.MMiliiir'n Knlerliiliiiiient w 111 coi.clu.lc oltli Ihe U uullfnl ll,,tk-.7;if Ilraina In iili,
Or "Ho Xura you'ra
ciscilr C'rainpt'-n . .
r. II. Iluiliiilt
lllu Dan i
Ovvirnr to the Extreme
tho Curtain will raise at 8:30 sharp.
This liBialjlislimpnt 1 now Heptoto with All tno Novelties for the
Fall onl Winter Season.
7all and Winter Silks and Satins
Can bo seen In lllnck and Colored, Flnln and llrocided. Cassimeres (black
ami colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velvete-ens In nil colors, plain nnd brocaded. Silk
l'nngees, I) e-ss Fluids In single and double widths, and
g-xrTrlmmliig to suit all Dress Ooods.-vyj
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing tho largest stock of
tor t.aciiea unci ejutiureii ever urougui to our cit. in auic Hosiery
he has nn endless variety and cannot bt undersold.
Fall and . Winter . Wlillinery
All tho latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of Ilonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Flumes, Tips, ltlbbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under first-mass artistes,
who will plcaso the tastes of all.
Towellngs, Doinestlo Frlnts, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery, Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents wns the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
F.speclal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks, and can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stook of Full ami Winter Clothing Is tho largest over brouirht toToias. and cm
braees, in t no latest nuttcrns, Prlnco Albert. Cutaway, frock and Baok Units.
A very larico nii.l comple-to stock of I.iiJlo-, Hisses-. Men s ana Hoys'
Shoes and limits. A full line or Stotson Sort and BtllT Hut..
Al.ei a full stuck of Ueulleincn's t'urnlslihur CIikxIj.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ills Furniture D.ipurtniint la onmnlnU with ttJitehoM Qnoils, nml lia will iutt ororybodr
In itil lino. Amonirnth'.r srooli wo tlnd lMuli 1 in.ir Suit. Mohulr I'arlor Halts. Walnut anU
Ah Ili-ilroomHiilu. Wtinlnitio, Chln, llulv U nunc la una lucrum CrtrpcUJtmri, MAttlnir,
Curtnliist, Window 8hiiiloa, IU. Oiuntry ord'jri tilluil prumpHy ami sutlsraotlou iruaruntvca.
8enl fur sitiiiion.
Main Plaza and Accquia Street!
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
I.kii-ku or OiirursTHA
I.KAlirii tir IIiiass lltno
. . .
October 26, 27, and 28, 1885.
Mies FLORENCE ROBENNETTE.
j wilti John linker
In Songs and Dances
In Rougli Songs and Dancos
Tho Bewitching Sorio-Comic
'I heal n-of llioclrent
thf iiiiMt'leof all fonjr ami danco artttti.
WiiMitttr lny." Iiitnwl.ieliijf their wonderful
s nlono tIuieiii-on
In sorio comic
Jigs, Roots, etc.
In a Repertoire of Songs
In songs and dances.
and IU!aticlii".aln tho Wonderful Jaimncso
In Songs of tho Day
Song and danco artist
As Knliirlnn. "lnnHrlct Diiteh Otrl.
ri:.ti-s en- noi.i)
Right, Thou so Aha'ad,"
HUSE N. MORGAN.
l.tttio lloli Katie tVnllll
i,,,,,,,. Cnn-kclt Vcritle Jackson
lllllnor VaiiHliim Annlo Howard
LenKth of tho ProBrammc
Kid Uloves, Mils, Laces and Fancy Qoodl
Linens, Cotton Goods,
wiiu correspouuiog low pnoes..