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Dengue Feyer Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Fhe San Antonio Light
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER I. 1885. "
Volume V. Number 259.
Only $5 a Year.
"Red Cross" Whiskey
GUARANTEED. USE ITI
Harry Baum & Co,
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Wo desire nlsn cull spcclnl attention, Hint wo carry tho mn.t elegant Hock cf
BOYS AND GIRL!i SCHOOL .SHOES.
In our I.ndles drras Roods clcinrtii)cnt every variety of tho Intent stylos nnil
pntcrn can be pom. An Inspection Is nsked tiy our lady customers.
Main and Military PI Mas, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to buelnrtfl cii' r, with he ft nocoiniuoilatlonr. B-4-1
J. H. MAROUART,
CRESCENT CITY Jf SH0EMANDFACTORY
I havo on hand live hundred or tho following styles of lino hand nml linino mndo
floods: Prince Albert Calf, tbe Oxford Tie. tine Calf low quatcr Strap Tic, Threo
Intton Oxford Kid, nnd Newport tie Kid. all of them low ijuatcr goods which will
bo sold at the reduced rato of live dollar per pair.
Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home and Hand Made. My stook Is superior to
any In the State. Ten thousand dollar worth of rrndv hand mndo goods to ho
closed out nt prices lower than beretrforo known. This oiler I for the next 30
days. Call early and bo convinced.
FIno Ouotom Work n, Spoolalty. Ho. 17 Solodadst.op. Courthouse
CtO-H. KALTEYEB, B. J. MAUERMAN (, W. E. JONES. C. KAMBEKGEn
Preftlilrnl. Secretary. Supt. Managsr.
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comcnts, Comont Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported
nn.l flomostlo Cements, While Mine, llnlr, plaster ami Chimney Flues. Our Cement Is used
III the Construction or tho New mate Capitol,
s.Nos.SUT anils iti
oysters, Jfc izjx ana came.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
naTJ.unch and .Meals at all liomv. Everything served In Klrst-CIai-n Stvlo.
' nlltn wnlterfl In attendance. 7-S8J'.ni
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tlio Passongt r Dopot, on Austin Stroot.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Kino Imported and Domestic Motion,
Wlnea and Cigars. I'ollte and iittenllve barkeepers. Everything llrsl-class In
JOHN GUHMANH, Proprietor.
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 2 IO, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
LOT & YOUNG
NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET
SAN ANTONIO, - - TEXAS.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?.
The Great Western Insuranre Co., of Toronto.
Springfield Nro and MirlnelnturineeCo.,
The Hlberrila, or New Orleini, U.
The Uon, of London.
The test Tens, or Tjrier,
3-&-lin The Kouiton InsuranceCo,
A. S. CHEVALIER,
Lawyer, Collector, Notary Public,
43 Solodad Stroot,
MAN ANTON IO, - . T
IVOOK BINDING AND RULING doncilt tho lowest
i rates atliioLlutit Job Office.
Uncut selected slock of liny mill
tvt- nnrvTT tttt r
hhu i Miring
Aeoiula Street. Woiks nml Quarry near
f.w. McAllister mo.
I-M, I0J AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., f Oil. VltllTA,
8AM ANTONIO, TEXAS.
v. are Wholcsalo nnd Retail Drillers In Auilli
White I.lmr, Host Itnuula or Dark Uoxeinlnlo nn,
Ininlcil r.iiKllili I'ortlilinl Cements, Plaster o
Purls, nn.l Umir (lout llnlr, ami won hi ,m ton 1,
call, i r write us, Tor prices l.oforo iitircliittnuir elsi
when-. Please inchllnii this paper.
Gaiivin, Wise Co., Tex., March 21, 'SSI.
Nosers. woriey iiroe., Austin, Toxast
Oextlkmiw Send me three dozen of
t-oiir T-X-S Ague Tonlo at once, I
liavo sold every bottle I received from
you and guaranteed It to cure, andl'.
has never failed In n single Instance.
Yours truly, W. P. Smucv.
Sold by F. Kalteycr t Bon.
What Can Be Done.
By trying again and keeping up cour
age many things seemingly Impossible
may be attained. Hundreds or hopeless
cases of Kidney and I.Ivor Complaint
have been cured by Klectrlo Hitters, af
ter everything else had beeit tried In
vain. So, don't think there Is no cure
for you, but try Klectrlo Hitters. There
Is no medlotno so safe, so pure, and so
perfect a Mood Purifier. Klectrlo Hitters
will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and an
Diseases ;ot the Kidneys. Invaluable 111
all'eotlons ot Stomach nnd I.lver, and
overcomes all Urinary Dlllcultlcs.
A New Restaurant.
Mr. Christian Krehcnbueh), who kept
tiro 'Schwclzer House," on Soledid
street, has leased the premises formerly
known as the Vienna ltestaurant, No.
207 West Comincrco street. Mrs. l!r.
henbuehl Is well-known ar a flrst-elaes
provider, and In reopening this restau
rant Invites all her old friends and the
iiuuno generally, to glvo her a call. Sab
Isfactlon guaranteed. 10-13-1 m
Testimony of tlio Dofontlant in tlio
Funeral of General George D, McClellan
The President t Ordor-The Boomers-Montreal
Khidiiii, Kns October iW. The con
tinuation of Mrs. Walkup'n croas-cxaml-natlon
to-day by .Mr. hleery occupied
the forenoon session. The witness
handled her testimony under cross-
examination inucii neitcr tnnli III Ilio
previous afternoon, and lotild not bo
forced to contradict herself In Important
matters. The counsel trenled her cour
teously throughout. She said she slept
up stairs one night, that ol the lire,
though she could not IK the night, and
to n largo number of questions she could
not give a definite nmner foi lack ot a
clear recollection of all the cvenls. Slie
contraillcted many of tho statements
made, by witnesses as to her statements
In conversation. Tho value of her testi
mony will depend upon tho extent to
which the Jury receives It as reliable.
Her demeanor throughout the examina
tion made a very generally favorable Im
pression upon the nudlcnce so far as her
bearing nnd Intelligence arc concerned.
She concluded her testimony by saying
she had never before been on the wit
ness stnnd or In n court room, and was
congratulated at the close of her exami
nation by her counsel and many of her
friends. Tho chief testimony In the
YVnlkup caso this evening was that of
Dr. Parr as a medical expert. The doc
tor cited several cases In which arsenic
had become enveloped In tho stomach,
nnd one case of encystuicnt. tho latter
the same died by Dr. I.amphear, nnd on
tho strength of these last, gave It as his
opinion that the arsenlu found In Mr.
Wnlkup's stomoch bad possibly lnln en.
veloped there a week, or 10 weeks, or
encysted for a year. Iloconfldeied that
while the probability was Hint Mr.
Walkup died from poison administered
during the week of his sickness, n con
clusion could not be made absolutely
certain against the encjstid nml envel
oped cases of arsenlo on record. County
Attorney Kelglinn cross-examined the
latter until he found a virtual iicipiles
eence In the opinion professed by the
State's medical experts as to the cauo
ol death and tho time of ndmlnUterlng
the arsenlo and the probable elllcacyof
an antidote on Friday, the day before
the death. Tbe doctor Mivrd his excep
tions as to the possibility of cnovstment.
The State was well sntlsllcd with the
cross-examination. The defense nut In
evidence n letter written by Mrs. Harry
Hood to her father after thu marriage,
reproaching him bitterly, and his answer
theroto. H llllo Willis, the cousin, tea
tilled to the pistol shot occurrence, nml
said Mrs. Walkup did not speak to him
before going up stairs, that be went up
ot his own accord. Mrs. Walkup was
iibo asked ns to how Mr. Walkup got up
stnlrlns hls.supposed collapsed condition
Friday and said be walked tip. The case
will go to the Jury early next week.
Nuw YoitK, October 30. It has been
dellnltely arranged that the funeral will
take place at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing next from the Madison-Avenue Pres
byterian church. In nceordnucu Willi
the request of Mrs. McClellan, there will
bono military demons! ml Ion, although
all veterans who served under tho Ueu
eral have been Invited to the funeral.
The llcv. Dr. Parker will conduct tlio
simple services of the dead nnd nn eu
logy will bo pronounced. The pall-benr-ers
thus far selected are Oeneral W, S.
Hancock, General Joseph K. Johnston,
General Martin T, Mo.Mahon, General
Fltz-John Porter, (leneral W. II. Frunk
lln, Hon. II. C. Kelsey and Colonel V.
II. Wright, or Newark. The Interment
will take place In the family plot ut
Trenton the snmo day. Mrs, McClellan
bus reoelveil telegrtphlo messages of
condolence from Oeucrnl Joseph K,
Johnston. Governor Pattlsnn or Penn
sylvania, W. W. Storey, the sculptor, of
Home, .Marquis no rerrugani or itnly,
and manv other distinguished people.
General Slialer has placed tho met di
vision of tho National Uunrd at tho ser
vice of Gtncnil MeMnlion tn net as
military escort, but Hie oiler. In compli
ance with Mrs. McUellnu'a wish, was
declined with many thanks, General
McMahon camii to this city from Ornngn
to-day. and will return lo the McClellan
residence this afternoon to mnko fur
ther arrangements. Tho Anuv of She
Potomaowlll send representatives tothe
I.KAVKXwoitTii. Ootobcr TO. General
Miles, Commanding the Department of
I lie Missouri, tins received oiuciai inior-
nation that about 100 well-armed and
:qulpped men nro on their wnv to Ok
lahoma Territory, under the leadership
or captain couch, anil announce lln lr
determination to stay and light, If ne
cessary, for possession of the land. Cap
tain coucn nas organizeu a stall ami I ho
main body of tho boomers arc marching
with military precision and determina
tion. They expect to occupy the lands
and hold them until Congress declares
tbem open fur settlement. Some of the
invaders have already readied Oklaho
ma and staked out claims and put up
signs, "No trespassing allowed or these
rarms," uenerat .Miles nas ordered
Maior Sumner to proceed tn Oklahoma
ami elect those there, and to head oll'nnd
shut out any on tbe way. Major Sum
ner, can utilize, u necessary, isiu regu
lar troops at Forts lEeno.and Sill.
Witiiixmov, October 30. It Is said
at the White House to-day that the ex
ecutive order of the President, giving
notice that he will heroarter decline to
see all persons seeking olllclal nnpolnt
ments, or tbelr advocates, and limiting
to certain hours on Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays the time when he will
grant Interviews on public, matters, does
not mean that the appointments are to
be lessened, but is Intended to direct
those who desire personal Interviews to
obtain appointments to tho proper beads
of departments, whose recommendations
guide tbe President In his appointments.
These recommendations, It Is said, havo
been Invariably observed In tbe past,
and tbe Interviews with applicants nnd
their friends have coniumed nlmost the
entire time of the President, and been
of no use lo them or to lilm.
Bonos, October 30. It Is estimated
by the authorities of Montreal that the
dally expenses or the city nro about $30,
000; and that at least $3,000,000 will bo
needed during the coining winter, ow
ing to tho ravages of smnll-pox. llitsl
ness seems prostrated, and such of the
poor as are not 111 appear to be prepar
ing to move south, nnd establish new
homes In New Kngland. So many have
?n and1 thi 5t?t ImlSi nV iSlfti. ?J
yesterday In conference with the Boston I Ml88CS J""hner,2Z3 Commerce street,
board In regard to the matter. I -Every flrst-clas." dealer sells Opera
Don't forget to call on tho I.ioiit I l'ufTs clgnrettoi. Avoid Injurious Imtta
when you want nloe Job printing, tr tlona. t;
A New Constitution.
Tho Times seems to upbraid tho st. Paul's Episcopal Church, Govern
I.iiiiii'i! correspondent for urging the I ment hill. Service at 11 a. in. nnd at 6
city to collect tho taxes on cltynatrr
I works properly, and the editor of the
1 Times says that "If the correspondent
' bad rend article XV), title XVII.. sec
tion fi, of the conitltullon, he would not
I have written the article In the I.ioiit."
To the ca'iinl reader this argument
seems a noser. Hut the Intelligent
render will llml, nlli r search, that the
rimes' reference has nn such lienring on
Ihe constitution of the Stale, anil nn
Midi references can be found In It. nnd
hence tho I. tuiir concludes that the edi
tor of the Times takes his references
from Hie eorutlliitloli nnd bt-laws of tho
Water Works company. As wo hao
never had the pleasure of a perusal ol
that sacred Instrument, further argu
ment Is deferred till tho l imes man pub
lishes tho articles he refers to In the
Slate Constitution. When that Is done,
a Hood of "light" will full upon the peo
ple oi nan Antonio,
Does It Pay?
That Judicious advertising does pay
can be rcndlly proven by referring to
such houses as Wlllouglihy, Hill .tl'o.,
tbe great clothiers, Chicago; Manilcl
tiros., tho great providers of omens'
wcar.and numberless others In the same
city. Also Hammcrslaugh,the olothler;
n, i . Smith & Co., dry goods: IfuHenc,
.Moore s ,v r.tnery, ury goous, an ot Kan
sas City, and others by tho thousands In
eery qunrlcr of thu globe. Ilesldes
tins, giauco at tue success wuicu ine
patentees of many good and reliable
medicines have had solely through wide
spread and persistent advertising. J. C.
Aver, of I.owell, Mass., spendi over
$?.",000 per year for advertising. Frank
Sydall, tho soap man, nnd the tnnnurnc
HtrerofSt. Jacob's oil each lay asldo
$100,000 annually wherewith to pay the
printer, is it reasonanie to suppose
that these parties would spend such
amounts If It did not pnyr Sherman
CannotHurt Drunken Men,
A drunken man who tried to mount
his horso on the corner of Crcckett
street and Alain oplaza last night, was
thrown to Ihe ground by his borso fall
ing over backwards. Tho horse full di
rectly upon and rolled over him several
times, kicking, meanwhile In Its ellorts
to regain lis leet. Strange to say, n ben
the man was pulled out by the feet from
under the horso the fellow was not In
jured In the least, but remounted his
uore ami roan ou cursing ins neipers as
he went. It Is very dllllcult to Injuro a
drunken man who seems to bear a
charmed life. A drunken man recently
fell from the abutment of the mill bridge
to the ground beneath, a distance of
about 13 rent, and did not awaken until
be struck the irrniind. Ho was not In
tbe least durt. though several people who
The Light's Austin Branch.
The Austin Statesman says: "Wo are
Informed by Mr. I. II. Daniel, the Aus
tin cotrespondent of the San Amomo
Knurr, that Hint paper has established a
branch ofllee on HoU'd Are street, near
Congress avenue. In this city. That
sprlghllv pap.-r promises lo giveaiol
iiinii dally ol Austin news. We we'entne
tho I. Hal r branch olllce and sincerely
Iioao Its enterprise will receive the re
wind lo which It entitles It. It Is very
oui nut It Is so appropriate on tins occa
sion to welcome more light."
II. A, Kills, lumber dwelling north
side Klmlra street, Second ward, to cost
C. Johnfoon. lumber dwelling north
side Centre street, Fourth ward, lo
It. Arocha, lumber (table, north side
Fl Paso slreel. First ward, to cost S-i).
Mrs. Josephine Nlggll, lumber dwell
ing cast side Presa street, Fourth ward,
OeorgH Jagge. lumber store-room cor
ner llldnlgn and Kenna streets, First
vtnru, in cost j.1
Prof, Whitehead gave his second soirco
at bis academy on I.osoyn street last
night, which was n very enjoyable nflalr.
The following ladles were present: The
Misses Welling and Dyer, Misses Hol
land, Pcrrenot, Snnllehen, linker, llo'sy,
vvniscu, rrieurtcu. isoiz, wine, jues
dames William Dyer, linker, llonynge.
and many others. Gentlemen present:
.Messrs. iionvnce. uonnovan. siorv. in i
Klllott. Catni). I'M Walsch. Llsm. Scollv.
Goldsrullt, Wcllng, linker, Kberhnrdt
October 23 Florenoln Garcia, aged 1
year and 8 months, died In the First
ward from chronlo diarrhoea.
October 30 Matens Garcln, aged ona
month, In the First ward, from bron
chitis. Anna Oauler, aged 23 years,
uieu in me seoonu warn irom curonio
October 31 Dora Wendlnndt, aged HI
inontus, uieu in tue eourtn witru irom
Jim Draper, committing a nuisance,
Thomas Dunbar, striking, lined $5.
Thomas Urinal, drunk. $3.
Natlvldad Casas, drunk and disorder
iy, nncu ?).
Duncan Campbell, drunk, $3.
George Huffman, drunk, $3,
W, II, Woods, drunk, $5.
II, L. Uusscll, striking, continued,
A St. Louis Car Driver.
A tramp, who claimed to have been
one of the St, Louis street oardrlvers out
or a job on account or the recent strike,
was picked up on thu streets night he
roic last for begging, nnd was taken be
fore the police magistrate, and charged
with being a vagrant. He said ho would
leave the olty If the case was dismissed,
nnd tho ltecorder gavo him tho chance.
"ok,n K'd "Ve," ii .Vlendhl; the
best In the market. Call nnd examine.
THE CHURCHES TO-MORROW.
. 111. Seals free. Htranrers ranpelsltr
Invited. Avenue C cars pass the door.
All-Saints' Day will be celebrated
with solemn pontifical mass to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, nt San Fernando
cathedral. The mass In C Major, for
solos, chorus and nrirsn. It lir Prnri..,r
At the Madison Holism I'reahl fprlnn
church to-morrow Sunday School will
open at 0 30 n. m. Preaching by Dr.
Scudderat II a. in. After the sermon
i ii in un Ion services will be h1,l o,,,l
also .the installation of the three dea
cons recently elected. Seats are free.
nil tho imblm Is cnnllallr Invltnl inni.
Cumberland Prestivterlan church.
Soledad slreel: Services to-morrow.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. ni. At II a. m
lev. Dr. Morton, of Louisville. Ky., will
preach, and at 7:30 p. m., I!ev. J, T.
Murrlah, of Corpus Chrlstl, will preach.
At 1:30 fi. 111.. Iiev. Jnmea Tnfolla will
address tbe Young People's Jllto so
ciety. W. II. Preston, Pastor.
io-mnrrow the llr.-ltnv. Illshnn
Monies de Oca. Illshop of San Kills
oiosi, inn aiiminisirator apostoilo or
.inures, .nonieroy, win preacu ni tnc
'ontlllcal Mass at San Fernando Ca
thedral at 10 a. m, This church dicnl-
arr Is acconmnnled bv lEev. Thninn
Mnas, who was formerly In charge of
the Canncn Mission on the Medina.
TrlnttV Methodist Knlsnolml church!
He v. W. P. McCorklc, or KI Pnso, mem
her of tho conference In session In the
dty, will preach at II a.m. Itev. Dr.
Morton, Secretary nt Church Kxtenslon
Soolely of tho Methodist Episcopal
church, South, will preach at 7:30 p. in.
minnay ncucni ai .1 p. ni. iiiepunuo
are Invited. W. S. Falklnbcrg, Pastor.
Services at St. Paul's M. K. church to
morrow. Sunday school at 10 a. in. As
there nro six members or this Sunday
school eligible tn election to life mem
bership In the Parent .Missionary so
ciety, we desire a full attendance.
rrencning nt a p. in. subject "The
Apostle's iicnctl ellon." At 8 n. ni.
"1'ho Omnipresence of God." Mack
Services at the Second Hsntlst church.
corner South Centre and Chestnut
streets, to-morrow (Sundarl. Sitndav-
school at U n. m.; at 2:30 n. m. general
covenant meeting, Immediately after
which ine oruinance otiiaptism win take
Place. All are reimesteu to meet nt tlio
church nnd inarch to tho place of bap
tising. Preaching at 7:30 p. in. by the
pastor. Suhleot: "The Spiritual Telo-
grapu." ah are coruiauy invneii to at
tenu. J. . varr, pastor.
VERY, VERY FUNNY.
The Pittsburg Chronicle says that
hen Kvnrta ami Sarah llernhardt met
and shook hands they looked like a capl
When a voting ladv goes to church to
exhibit her sealskin, she certainly might
be called sack-rellglous. Yonkcrs
Kvery now thing Introduced In New-
York Is named after the Purltnn. Th el
even spcnK oi ine utile dogs as uiacK
and-Piirltan. fSloux Falls Leader.
Talking about dates, one ought to
have them at one's llnger.onds," said he.
"iv nyr" sain sue, "oil, uecause tnoir
Home is on tue palm." I.vanjviuo Ar
A Hoston man whose wife has lui
awav with a drummer has sworn i
solemn oath to kill the scoundrel nn
sight If ho brings her back agtln.
Iran Illvcr Advance.
A western paper records tho death of
a noy from eating gtanes, ine seeds or
which had lodged In the colon, pulling
n nut stop to mm, as it were uui;ity
"Ingenious as was Josh Hillings' snell
Inn," says tho Hoston Transcript, "hi
never excelled I no pnoneuc system us
Illustrated In the diary or Mr. Juames
De La Pluche when bo describes the boy
god as wpiu.' "
With one d inn led hand on her lcnT
Inrdnnd tho oilier on her base ball cluli
Chloaco draws herself un to her full inn
Jostle holght, and. In the laiiguigc of
Loineiia. proudly exoiauus, "incse are
lay Jewels." Chicago .Sows
The Hon. J. I.. M. Curry Is sonic 00
vho parts his hair In the middle. T he great
John Milton did it also, It Is a long In
terval bet weon tho two. Augusia (tin.)
In Cincinnati tho restaurant keepers
havo n powder that they spilnkle over
small oysters, causing them to swell,
and vou will often meet voting men In
Hoston who seem to-hnyo been sprinkled
Willi tins same powiter. luosion coin
A Washington belle has created sonic
i.-'ng or a sensation In asocial circles by
marrying a policeman. A policeman
inav make nulto as good a husband ns n
Congressman, but his wire won't bonble
to nnd ntm wnen sue wants mm,
Lody can, Norrlstown Herald.
iV dally paper say : "Michael , a
Pitts street rumseller. Is at tbe City hos
pital with a fractured skull." Now, If
.Mike uau oniy kept a siynsn saioon on
Washington orTremont street, ho would
have been "the genial proprietor of that
nonular resort.' ' Hoston Commercial
Young man. "1 came In answer to
the advertisement." Dentist "Arc vou
of a cheerful disposition?" "Sir, I could
laugh at a funeral and play checkers In
a grave-yard." "I think you'll do.
want a young man of good address to Is
sue lortii irom ine operating room at id
minute Intervals, looking as If he en
Joyed It. I think it will lend to encour
age tho real victims," Phlladelpbl
Seats In the Park.
IMitor Ban Antonio Llirlit.
As I am somowhat of a musical enthu
Blast, and an occasional attendant on
thoso charming open air concerts by tbe
Klghtli Cavalry band In Travis park,
havo remarked, when there, that the fa'
cllllles In the way of seats enough or
them are chiefly conspicuous by their
absence. In faot, such a beggarly array
of benches I never saw In a dead and
forlorn country town. They look like
the breaking up or a Juanitona hard win
ter. Some are badly Italicised, the
bucks of others have retired from bull
ncss. and the whole mournful array
anything but creditable to our elllolent
nnd energetic Park commissioners! Now
I nsk and call, real loud for some nice
rustio seats anu plenty oi mem lor tue
ladles and children. Tbe old set mav
be good enough for tratnns. and vagi
out not lor lauics, i kl. r.. r orii,.
The most vopnlar cigarettes arcjtho
upcrni una ai popular price.
& SAMUELS, ----- PROPRIETORS
l .ii. ll A Ml
hnrsflay, Friflay, Saturday, ani
I llfl ... . ... MAIICII TANNiiusr.it
a ,.,,, Miss FLORENCE ROBETeNTETTE.
Tliu l'.vritlnK'N tCtiU'rtitliitiicnt will c
o Mr. and Mrs. Brown. o
Miss PAULINA AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
in- ot llH-lr rt-fliifl ekctrhc.
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
i at this
Trnno-Atlniith- N'ovclry, In her inimitable d-Hcrtitlvi- Character Vocalizations. 1 Zullka. In
"Airttiiiin .M.ii'l. .Muniuia, in -nolle
reived nightly Willi tliiltiilerltiK upplntise,
DILI.IE CAEROLL AND BARRY.
eiH-oinity, entitled "lliuinAli'a
The Phenominal Clown Spedaltt,
5 Tin Fan, Fields,
VI XII - L -
Miss MONA VALADE,
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss Lou Bakor, - -
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, -
Hie Woii.lcroriho 1'Jlli Century, tho Ureal ami only,
MISS LAURA. ASHBY,
ut Imt (Innit Oriental Jtnrllii(f and Ilalanclnn:;nliwi tlio Wuiulnrful Jfti
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON,
MISS" MONA VALADE,
Once luoru the (lreat
"o VESTVALI x
The I'.voulnfr'H Ktilertulninent will
Monday November 2nd,
TniB E-iiablishmffnt Is now nepleto with All tue Novelties! tor tho
Foil nnd Winter season.
"all and Winter Silks and Satins
Can bo seen tn lilack and CUorcd, Plain and Ilrooaded. Cassimeres (black
und colored), Tricots, Dlngonnls, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets nnd Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, Dress Plnlds In single and double widths, and
trTrlmmlngrt to suit nil Dress Goods.-Tjft
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He is now showing the largest stock of
lor i.auies anu uuiturcn ever urougui 10 our cuy. in rjitK Hosiery
he has nn endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tho latest Kail and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets, and lints,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ribbons and Trimmings will bo found
there. This department Is under llrst-olass artistes,
who will please tho tastes of all.
Towellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery, Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho most magnlllccnt stock of Dress
Uoods nf all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeolul attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks, and can he also glvo the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Mil Block of FAllnnl Winter Cloth I ts tho lunrost ever brought to Toxiu, and era
hraocs, In tho latest imttornn, I'rlnoo Aloort, Cutaway, Frock nml Stick BniU. '
a vory iunro una cumiuuia hock oi i.aici t iiisno'. Hen' ana noys
Ills Kurnlturo Depirtmant laoomnlotn
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
- IIIIASS IIArlli
Soo - Jay, Oct. 29, 30, 31 & Noy. 1.
trllli IlUly Carroll's Act,
....Huso N. Mnriran
Miss Monlo Valiulo
In Songs and Dances
In Rough Songs and Dancos
In one of his Groat Specialties.
Theatre of the (lreat
or Lornevtuo. aKscunimo, -Larmon,"
Ihu inislels of all eona;
WcMintr Day." liitruliicln&: their wonderful
,lTIOVS, JL'(HIL10, SPIN!!!, HTC
tortus Imnirlniililot Bntnnlng upon tho liniiite.
orlirlinu, In-Iiib; tho only artist that has e
li-Kitlmate net. ualnir no mechanical mei
In sorio comic songs
Jigs, Rods, etc.
In a Roportoiro of Songs
In songs and dancos.
In Songs of tlio Da
Song and danco artist
As KuUrlim, "Imported Dutch Girl.
'Hauls dk r.m.n
conclude wllh John tinker's (lreat Ael,
the Ape. "
the Sensational Drama,
Kid Gloves, Silts, Laces nnd Fancy Goods
Linens, Cotton Goods,
una oi Nouwn nort ana mm uau.
Uontlomrn'i PuriiUhlujr (Joodf.
with ttiusohoM flooli, anJ ho will mlt ovoryboOy
and Acequia Street