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Dengue Fever Foiled
'Red Cross" Whiskey
- DY USING-
CUAHANTEED USE ITI
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Harry Baum & Co
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
Volume V. Number 261.
The San Antonio Light
Just Itccclvcd ! The largest and Hncst selected dock or Horn and
President Cleveland's Proclamation on The City Eleotlon-Qambllng Catet-Tho
desire also call special attention, that wn carry the most elegant stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Lndlcadrciu good! department every vnrlcty of tlio latent jlo and
patcrns can be seen. An Inspection la nskcil by our lady customers.
Mala and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to IxmlncM cent
J. H. MARQUART,
l'UOI'MKTOK 0 THE-
BOOT ll 1QEM
No. 1 7 Soloclad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
tstTA tW,00O slock of Cu.lnni work tin elect from, conslstlnir of Hie Hnest ami liirircst
HocltortujIlimlelKIV UIIOIM ASH (lAITl'.IM over seen 111 lids market, and It Bill lie or In-ten-it
ri.rb)Siinil jmitlistoscolne. llnii.t l.imle (-AI.rd.Acr. ANII IH'TTONIKIIOIMANtl
(lAITl'.ltS, HAt.JIOUAI. (IJirll AND 1IUTIMNI OAlTKIIt), Oil. (llt.M.N (lueo niul t.iillimi.
Fine sewed work a specialty In all lirauetiefi. V line lot nf luriro sUo bonis lor men, tn be miI.I
at reduced rales. Them -ids mint be seen 1 i be iippm-lnlcd.
CEO. H. KALIEYEfl,
, MAUERMANK, W.C.JONES. C. BAMSEKCEH
President, secreury. supi. "imager.
k.leim.0 Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comcnts, Cement Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building fctono, also Uealors in Imported
ml llmiicstlc Cements,
lbllr. I'l inter unit ('lilumer 11
itruct urn or lie new mine i iipimi
N'oa.su. iiiidSU Accinila Blrcot.
Our Cement Is
Wmks im.l quarry
f. w. McAllister & bro.
101. 203 AID 203 S. AUMO ST., COH. VIL'ITA.
HAM ANTONIO, TKXA4.
Wt arc Wliok'nalo and Hctall Dealers In Austin
Wblto Mine, Ilest ltrnmln of Dark iCopcnJalo an J
Imported KtiKliih I'ortlunJ Cement , Plaster of
Purls, and Lou? Gout JI Air, and would nsk ou to
call, or wrlto ui, for prices before purchasing duo
where, l'lcaso mention this pnnon
Oyaters. Fialx and Game.
$Rherside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz'a Hall, Corner of Ccmmercc and Losoya Streets.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tlio Passongor Depot, on Austin Street.
Constantly on band, a good supply of Finn Imported and Domestic Liquors,
Wines nml Cigars, l'ollte and attentive barkeepers. Everything llrat-class In
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor.
Wasiiimitov, November 2. I'be fol
lowing proclamation was Issued to-day:
lly the .'resident of Ibo United Htalea
of America Proclamation :
The American pcnplo ha o ninny
abundant cause to be thankful In Al
mighty (iod, whose watchful ear and
guiding hand have been manifested In
overy stage of their national lire, guard
ing nnd protecting thein In time of peril,
nnd safely leading thrni In the hour r
darkness and ilnngir. It Is lilting and
proper that n nation thus favored sliinild
onj ono day In "every jear, fur that
pnrpo'e especially appointed, publloly
acknowledge the gmnlneM of tlod and
return thanks tn lllm for all hlsgrerlous
Thereforo, I. (imvor Cleveland,
President of the fulled Slates or
America, do hereby designate ami set
apart Thursday, the 2t)ih day of No
vember, Instant, as a day of public
thanksgiving and prayer, and do Invoke
the ohservnneo of thu same bv nil the
people of the land. On that day let all
secular business bo sitipendid, and let
the pcoplo assemble In Iheir u-unl
nlseea of worship, with prayer and
Kongs of praise devoutly testify their
gratitude to the Giver or evory good
and perrect gift for nlljlbnt he boa done
for us In tlio year that has pas-eil: for
our preservation in united ni.d ror our
deliverance frum Ibo shock nnd dan
ger of political convulsion; lor the bless
ings of pence and our safety and unlet
while wnrs and rumors of wars have
agltnted and affright! d other r.nllons or
the earth; for our security against tho
stourgo of pestilence, which In other
lands has claimed lis dead by thousands
and tilled tho streets wlih mourners: ror
plenteous crops, which re nurd the
labor or the husbandman nnd Increase
our nation's wealth, nml ror tne content
mcnt throughout our land which follows
In tho train of prosperity nnd abundance
and let there also be on tho day thus t
apart n reunion of family, snncillled and
chastened bv tender memories and asso
ciations, and let thu soolal Intercourse
of friends with pleasant remlni-eennes
renew tho Ilea or affection and strength
en tho bonds of kindly feeling. Let in
by no means forget, while we glvn
thanks nnd enjov thu comforts whbib
have crowned our lives, that truly gieat
hearts arc Inclined to deeds of charily,
nml a kind nnd thouirhtrtil reiuembranue
or the poor w 111 double the pleasures or
our condition ami rentier our praise ami
thanksgiving more acceptable In the
slirbt nftliH Lord.
Done at tho City or Washington, this
sfenml ibiv of November, one thousand
eight hundred and elgluy-llve. and of
ttie lmiepemience oi tuo uuticii mates
the one hundred and tenth.
lly the President.
F. T. ll.tiAitu, Secretary of Stnto.
Somo Items of Interest Irom tho Mo.ttlil
Superintendent Smith, of the publlo
schools, has received tho lepnin L out
all Ills teachers for tlio scholastic monlli
ending Ootobcr SO, wiiMi rV) s I'm lob
Tolnlnumler of scholars, bins line
glvls, cnrol'cd timing the niomn. while
2202; colored, 2-Sla.
Enrollment at Cent ml school, 37 1: at
First ward school. lil;Secir U vvi .1,4.1
Thliil ward, 4U7; roii'ib ward, :.
Itlverslde colored achuo1, 2 7;'uiiln Clin
Average scholars belonging during
Dally attendance, 2l2."..:i.
During the inimt'i iVru vvc.o, owing
to holidays being given, only ll days o7
school. Ibis ul.cnuaneo was v
taking tbo great pievaluncc or
fever Into consideration.
Number of pur 's seporden
the tin n il. 1U. ()1 theie 2 wi re f.
Central school; 2 from the fecond wi d
ami 12 fiom the ball it 1 on'!
These latter, however, we.e not oill
ly leportcd to the buperlutei.de.
pension, tine, two ,o tbo Ccni-.ilnnd
o'lo to ibo Second ward fihool.
ntlr..lt. n.u. sn.t iinh.nLi.i! f.ir cuani iinmeointeiy orgaoircn a conn uy
ntlrtdy new ami iinlookut for Mi.i Samuel (larrett as Judie. ami
Pearson Trial Publlo Mooting -
H;.... 'nl l orn ss.n.li nee i.r Itie l.laht.
At -ri, November Intl. The furth
coming city rnmpalgn nt this place, Is
waslng bolter each day, and It Is now
believed tho publlo will In n few data
candidate for tho tnayorallty. There la
a general feeling of dlssallnfactlon with j
the present administration particularly !
among the besieged servant girls who j
have had a hard time of It ever since Its
In the county cou.t here to dtiy there
were about IB pleas or gtil'ty entered In
gaming caaes. There wero also two
pleas or gulltv fur the same offence In
the Instluea' court Hut it does not seem
to give the "boj a" much trouble, as they
all pay up with good grace anil Keep a
still upper lip.
The noted t't arson case was called to
day In the District eourt, and the entire
day was consumed without getting more
than ronr Jurors who were nuallllid to
sit in I he cose. 1'iltillo sentiment hero
Is very munli against ttie uerenitant.
t here la to bo a mass meeting mis
evening at the Capitol, In the hull of
iepresentallves, lor toe purpose oi
lommemorailng the lUtilh or (ieneral
Ueorge H Met icllan. It will be largely
Mrs O Connor, tho ruinous tnotuer oi
rlplets, Is again reported to bo very III,
but site will be cared for by thoso who
ave heretofore befrlendul ner in tne
hour of need.
Mr. Tom Cater, who was terlously In
jured n few ditva ago by the horses run
ning away huh ovuriiiriuoK me w hkuii,
is now reported to be doing belter ni.d
Mr. John O. Johnson, the new I'oai
aster, looks natural as a clam ai high
tide In his new position.
The reports that nave ucen maun
about Mr. (Jitast, of this city, having
found vast buried treasures on somo laud
' the city limits, are evidently tne
outgrowth or a Mvld Imagination, l lie
gentleman hiuiseir may believe bis sto
ries, but It is certain that no one vise
here places any credence It It. It may
be a new advertising dodgo.
lyAHAI etui I.
it I'll I'l UK
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
rO-CZI I I I 1 L nZ
no icoiMr.itci: sTimrrr, wiu. rosmvi:t.Y sr.r.i, vor
RICE & DALLAS,
tUto with ltlee, Horn A Co., New Orle
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc.
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
I BOLi: A11KNT8 11)ll ....
and Ranges, the Best on
Furniture and Hauserurnlshlng Cojds.
Among tho recent nn ivnU at L. Wolf
son's are several carloatUof fornllure,
consisting ofa large ndtortinent of bed
room sets. These comp'lso marble lop
In full 1'nlsli and solid grained wood In
oil and varnUh; it'so tome Imltat'on
walnut sets, h'ch nro very 'ow In price;
Some suits In ash and oak make:: very
fine and tasty nppea"ance. Thero nro
nulto a number of lino bureaus, separate
and In various styles nnd finish. Also
some very lino uinrblo lop tables and
Just opened a new assortment of bod
lounges In neat wood llnleh and trim
med with Vclour cloth, which gives a
rich appeal ance. A splendid stock of
cheap wardrobes nnd kitchen safes re
commend themselves to housekeepers.
Cornices and curtain poles or the latest
designs nnd patterns, In largo variety.
Oil cloths of extra width, lor largo
halls, la a new addition. Added
to tb'fl Is tho late urrivnl of
new carpets for tho season, embrac
ing body lliiissels, tapestry, Ingrains
of vnrlous grades crumb cloths, also
largo centre rugs anil simmer ones to
match cat petlngs. A lull lino of Coco
nnd China matting In white plain nnd
fancy oolois to tempt hotite-keepers.
j-or tuose wno wish to iuhko mime
"Hiitirul. n lnriro assortment ofco'ner
ornaments, brackets nnd shelves In mnn-
Irolct variety nnd stylish finish-surpass
In neatness' anything nl the kind over
brought to San Antonio.
Dig Sale of Mules.
Tho Scotch company that bought tho
Kennedy ranch. In Nueoea county, bis
lust made a sale or ono anil two-yenr
Imurnved mules to Mr. Zonk, of Fort
Worth. Ills shipment amounted to 111
head, which brought from $23 to $:in per
head. They will be fed and sold by Mr.
Zook on speculation. This Is nrobablv
tho largest sale of young mttlea ever
inane in tins section oi me state, and
turning the pasture to the best account,
as a young mule does no cat more than
a calf, but cells for tbico time) as
A Cravojard Startid In thit Now Town
.Marfu. it small town on the Southern
Pao Ho, had ItJ tint kill'ng yesterday.
Its first death, nn 1 has now started a
graveyard wr.lt n murdered man In tho
first grnvc. From a geiitleui.m who ar
rived from Marm this tnornlti? It
Is learned lint yesicrdnv morn
ing a white man named Kelly
who Is Ibo proprietor or a Utile atom at
that place, asucd a Me;.lonn nM(iia'ni
anno los.ep aovosa the street and take a
dr'nk. The Mesionn walked over with
him, aeeordhi'lv. and look n drink, nnd
then Kellv Invited him to walk up the
street. As they wero walking along.
Kellv suddenly drew n ti'i-tol nnd shot
the '.Mexican In the side. Inflicting a
wound .nun which be tiled shortly
alter. In his living declaration bu
sa'.tl Ke'ly was the man who
shot Mm, though bo gave no ret
urn for It. Kl.y vn8 arrested, and do
llied tho deed nil dav, luilll tnwiud
evening ho acknowledged It. but giving
no reason. It Is whspored that Ihc
killing wa the result of Jealousy en
tertained by Kelly toward bis Mexican
wife, whom he aiispeolcil or being lull
mnto with tho Mexionn. A coroner's
Jury bad tho onso under consideration
when our Informant loft
C. II. Smith, cn-eless driving, dls-mined.
Lino Sanchez, beating nnd elilk'ng,
llamoti Santos, drunk, $0.
John Dnver. drunk. S5.
Dr. Illomlln. violating algn ordinance,
John Morgan, alr'klng Willie Cook
Henry Miller, drunk. $S.
1!. P. tichneluar. drunk. ttHai wnr.mt
Podio lioblos, oommltt'Mg a nuisance,
C. O. Crow, drunk. 5.
James Keen, Ortink aud dlco'ilerly, 17,
Hilly Tostoti, commit. i" ; a nu'suncc,
Antnr.ln Plores. dliink. Sli.
Valentin Salas, drunk nnd disorderly,
II tit U $5.
Tha 31dew?lk Ordinance.
A Vhlpplng In Qeorxla.-St. Louis j
Knlfhts of Labor, Other Newt Items,
Kiiiit (Iaimks, (Ja Not ember 2. In
lllnfton, Haturday evening, a lintel eie
rittlon oi a lytieh court sentetioe took
tilaee. A pslr ot boots had been stolen
Irntn one of the stores during tho dav.
and their possession was traced tuJolm . imiiivs
Dr, 11, Jo'ineon as prosecuting nttornev
and appointing Colonel W. T. Onen fo
Ihodeiense, and six colored men 'or a
Jury, tbo foreman of which was the step
father of the accused. After the pre
sentation of evidence, itiid arraignment
by oonniei, tn jury retired anil in a rew
minutes brought In a verdict ofgul'.iy
and affixed as a nenaltr that 1U0 Inshes
should be Intl'ototl on the bov's naked
bank, to be laid on by bit ttei-fatber
lib a wholebono whin. Ihe prisoner
not siulrm under the blows. Pierce fvlISS MOLLIc BARHY,
blows. Tho old man laid on the blown
raphllv. draw mar sereaina of agent- from
thelinv. On the Will lash he pxolaltued.
irvott lot ma on. fore uou t won't ao
ll again. i no issiiuian ivw inexontuie,
however, and not util!l tho oven bun-
ired hail been tnillcted wnt tne work'
I'lii'Mox. N, ,L, November 'i -
train conveying the remains ul (lenernl
.ilti lernn aiT'teu in una euv at m.w p.
It was met bv t lie flavor aim mem
bers of Ihe I'ommon Council. 'Ihero
wero about .VI carriages In walling, lhc
s placed In tin hearse 1
or llavard Post No. 8. '
p. occasion wnt then formed and moved
through the principal streets In the
peme-err in tno lower part in ino ciiy.
1 lie ouv none were to'ieu ami a saii'.c
o'gtins was ll-eil at the ttlato Arsenal
The streets were lined w ith people, am!
on many house lings floated at half-
mast, i tie onai el w as placid in a orick,
lined and tomented grave, anil 11
were scattered about It In prolutlon.
Seven! uiaborate noral devices sur
rojmleil the lOinb. I be last riles v ere
b-lerrinl toleuin. llev. W. A. Mnrklaud.
or llnUliuore. rer.d the bi'rlnl service or
I le 1-esov.er'ali cniinii. anil itev. Jo nil
Hop. or Tient ip otrered prajer. there
was a large coneoutso In the cemetery
rT. Lol ls. November 2. The District
Assembly ol the Knights of Labor, nt an
executive meeting yesterday, took up
trie subject ot me Isle sir. ko on nc street
ear melt, nnd, notwithstanding that
three ofthn four members or tlio oxecu
live committee, which bail chtrgo of tlio
strike, have resigned, nnd that, ,o far as
tne running ot cars is concerned, mere
Is not the sliKhtest evidence of a sink
they ndopted, almost unanimously, Hint
tie strike is sun on. ami uiuureii an a
siment or l. cents on each member i
lie asficmolv to support the strikers.
noiiier executive committee win ue
Nkw Yiiuh, November 2. It wns ru
ired here to-day that .Mnviir Ornco "bl Mni.l.
ml sevrral other prominent individuals
n'o tn be arrested for alleged complicity
tne .iianne uaiiK tram's, t oiled
ates District Attorney Dorshelmcr,
lien iptestloned about the matter said
true Hint soveral prominent imll-
iduala were lintilloaied In these frauds.
nut t "icy navo not oeen arrested as yet.
it 'S reporteii mat wniranis nave oecn
ssued, but nothing dctlnlto yet has been Dick TuPDin,
Kv-ottiA, Kansas, November 2. This I i'"?... ,,!!' "'
dv .luiigu t. raves giving ins instructions
totholiirr. Thov are said to bo verv
opart in l, leaving oil lo inn judgment oi
lie Jury, Mr. Slerrv, of tho counsel for
he prosecution, oeuoleil all the morn-
n addressing tne u rv. no win uo
owed by one ot the coutuct for tho
Nitw Voiik, November 2. The Times
SIMMS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
, .tlirsiar.as St akaiibiI
III HI! N MIIIM..N AllkMr.T DlllKTCHI
Moiflay, Tuesday and Wednesday, Novemlier 2, 3, and 4, 18
Conversation by Wire,
I It.tltVI II Itx IIV TUT IIIMIMNV.
ir the taughablo Act,
In songs and dancos.
MISS VIRGIE JACKS0N, - - - - In Songs of tlio Day
John. THE BAKERS, Lou.
In imtM.f tlielr reHnetl skeW'ties, ontllltHl;
F U H IN A PRINT ING OFFICE.
Miss LAURA ASH BY, In Songs and Dancos
LARRY DOOLY, In his creation of the Aged Darkey
Ht'cnnd W vi k nnd III HuuiM.it of
Miss Marie Yestvali,
u H. tn oiecriitfe rt'iislitltiiiti In ttiftH dlflerrnt Untniiurt't. vtit. nntrtlith
. t.-Wi UiHim I'n ttj l't iiiinwe, (l.tiirllnh.) J.-llellt nf CornUlIe,iKn nch
CARROLL AND BARRY, -J0N
i Kitdully, Intrisliii'liiK lln'lr fatiirlli. Hongs mi.l Ilsnovs, "TOM IIIQ 1IKI'. '
anifJKHI -TtLAM IHNV I AltT."
In sorio comic scloctions
Miss MONA VALADE,
Second Wetk and Tremendoui tilt ol The Phenomlnal Clown Specialist,
TIN PAN FIELDS.
Jumtlimr itn-i Mitiiipiiiiuitia' ni nil i
sn'lsnii'l ".'. I. ...in.-iliiiiK n..,
ilillslii.l ll.. -.' w.Mi.l.-rrilllrl. k.
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
(Mirlttrtt-iT tin i
iN inur ttin mil
Hct, lining w
ilntrttiMHi thi' httm1
Mitis mono time untx
ly urtUt that ha ver
ii mechanical inrani.
Jigs, Rools, otc.
The Polito Sorio-Comic
iti- r !(v I.n-l;
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON,
lYIISS LAURA ASHBY
lnT(iriii Orii-tititl Jiiralinir nml ltaliitioinir:ntiio llio V(mtlrfiil Japrtnc.
I Ui'ty in ihe Wnrl'l inirtMltK'tntr tln VonltTfiil IVnt nf Jliiliuicfnjf Vi
Miss LOU BAKER,
In Budgot of Songs
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
Every lira t-i lata dealer fella Opera
l uus cigarette, avoiu injurious luit
Tbo following la tho wording of tho
special sldowalk ovdlnanco passed yet
tcrday In regard to sidewalks upon I.e.t
lngton avenue :
He It o-daineu by tho city counoi1 or
the Cltv of San Antonio:
Shook 1. 'I'hnt ill.) Width of the side
walks on Lexmuton avenue, be nnd the
same Is he'ehv ueolnvetl to be 10 feet.
Skc. 2. 1 hat property ow ners wiio are
required to build nldowaUs along fcakl
street span nave iue it-ivnut(u ui uuuu
Inir a walk live feet In width In tbo cell
ire ot ttie antowaiK, ihhvihu i, gtu.s iuui,
nfpMital wnllli on unahsldo of said walk.
SKC. .1. I nut nil oruinnnucB or puna oi
dlnnnocsln conll ct witn I no provis-
loin heieof, be, nnd I lie same iue hereby
tiix. 4. J nat tills nniinance go into c
feet lmmedlaiely upon hit passage.
Expeit Ssn Antonians.
A telofcrrm from I)e' Uto states th
Slestra. lllcklojohn nml Ciltzer, of San
Antonio, engaged In n (booting contest
at San 1'Yifpe Springs yesterday, and
tnrt Jir. .viicKieionn was uecinrcu ouu
of the champion shots or the day.
See tho advertisement of J. K. Labatt
elsewhere In this nntier. lie Is the Sai
Antonio OL-ent of the Kaule I'ass Coal
company, the best coal for tho least
money In tho cltv. Now It n good time
to ;iay In it winter supply. All outers
promptly attended to, icicpnone 1U7.
illa Canto Anderson, lumber stable
corner San Saba and Sail Fernando
stroels. First ward, to cost S20.
August Hchwurl.!, Itimbcr dwelling
corner i.eivin anu .oriu tiores etteclt,
Second ward, to cost $37o.
Tho most popular olgarettca arc tho
upotaitiuiat popniar price.
Miss MONA VALADE,
In Song and Danco
lniiil VV.i. nil IUkHiiicsm, iifllii. tlri.ut
,ill." Ill her llilinllul.il' I linriiiler Vocalliiilliins. 1. Trollblea
Miss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Soloctions
oviiiiri uK .
. Hit.vr.it tiKLLa
L I, n, rimeluile lthf'. ?.. liUMl.Tf.ln lilsimaieVii,alluiiidlir.iiim Injuct.:
uKniglits of the Road."
CAST Ol' I'llAllGCTKltH:
Jiu k) (i.
lloblH is, Kherllts, Vllluirers, tlio, by the ('oiiiisiliy.
C. E. Emmett
llusu N. Moriran
Miss Murlu Vvstvall
1 1 1 1 1 v ( urnill
.. Win. homer
rs the fo'lowlng from Athens. Ueoruln:
Wilkes county In greatly excited over
tie d scoverv oi siu.uuj in silver coin on
tne piantn.ion or join ciiiiinuit. ttre-
viral 11... ilnrv nflhi, fVinlaiUrnt., truns.
tire train which was robbed near that
rnii .DEi.wiM. Novimher 2. Tho old
Statu house bell, over Independence hall
was tolled to-dav during the funeral cer
emonies over the remains of General
KNIGHTS OF THE ROAD,
Vihat tho Fashion Thoatro ll Doing For
The new programme at tho Fashion
Theatre which vvat presented last night
s fully as attractive, us any of lit pro-
doicessors. A large audlencq nssem-
bled to tec Mitt Mollle Harry, In her
songs and dances; Miss Virglo Jackson,
a very pleating vocalist; tho llakcrt, In
n funny eltetcb. entitled, "Fun In
I'rlnting Oliloe;" Larry Doolcy got his
customary applause for lilt Impersona
tion of tho aged darkey. Miss Vestvalll
made tuo nrst or;i.er second weeks ap
pearance lit a vrr suocossful m aimer.
she giving operatic aolcctlont tn threo
dlflerent languages, In good style. Tin
j'ani ieius it it novel and star.nng iea-
Croortno programme; bin clever ma
nipulations wltu tambourines nnd tin
pans being well worth a visit to this
temple of nmutemcut. Mist Paulino
A Mies anu juss .nona vatauo are two
vo;allitti who go considerable
alrengt'ien the iirogrammo.
.miss t.aurn Asniey lias made n very
successful lilt by her clover Juggling,
the pvro ccbnical illsplav, with which
she concludes her performance being
exciting riiu uiiractivc.
I nu enicrtninment conctuuoa witn u
two act sensational drama, entitled
"Kn chtaor tho Uoad," Mr. C. K. 15m-
mett anncnrlng as Dick Ttirnln. the
celebrated hlgbwnymnn. Ho la ably
supported by Jlr. Huso N, Morgan as
4emporium of fashiqh
TtilB Establishment Is now neploto wltlt All tno Novelties for tho
Full and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be aeon In Ittack and Colored, l'laln and Ilrooaded. Casstmeret (black
and colored), 'l ricott. Diagonals, merges, eto. camel itair nnd wool sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brooaded. Silk
l'otigoes, Drei l'lalds lit tingle anil doublo widths, and
S&Trluimlngs to suit nil Drees Gooils.-TBa
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stook of Kid Olovcs, .Hits, I.ices nnd Fanoy Goods
ior iuies itnu viiuureii ever urou;iii tu uur city, in quk uostory
ho hat tin undlcm variety and cannot bo undersold.
Fall and Winter
All the latot Fall nnd Winter stylet nnd makes of flonnets nnd Hats,
Otirlch I'lttinos, Tips, ltlbbont and Trlmuilngt will be found
thero. This department la under llrst-clnss. artistes,
who will please tho tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling, Domestlo I'rlnts, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nots and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agenta was tha most magnificent ttock of Dress
Goods of all kinds over teon In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks, aud can ho also give the greatest bargains In .
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
' Clothinir Is tho larircstovcr broutrhttoTozas. nnd om.
. luttornt, rrlnoo Altmrt, Cutairay. frock and Back Suits,
HhiKM and II ion. A rull lino ot BtcUon Sort and Still lliit.y
Also u full suiak of Uenllomcil't I'urnlshlliK UooJs.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
mulct i with It lusohoM a.vkls, and ho will suit everybody
) divl I'lusli .'arlor riulta, M jhulr Parlor Hults, Walnut and
UMiitry ordors ailod pouiptlv and aatlsraotlon truaranteod.
Sent for samples
To I .thtt't m EtMhltlngor.Dipliylni) Stll-
fna, or orerlna ror sua or any inceteot
Uwd P dure, or othor fepri.cnlatlon of i
Uirh'.eitiis Chrrscar. t irv I"Uc lier
rersom Tilting s'ony Ihe Pu'.dlc; treat Might
Ordinarily Sea tho S.lno.
Holt ordained by tho City Council of tho
cttv ot Ban a ii onio:
Slciioh 1. It shall bo unlawful for nnv
person to exhibit display, te'l or offer
forsalo any Indecent or lewd picture, or
other representation of a laichlvcout
character at any placo where persons
passing alocg the publlo ttrcett might
ordinarily see iue tamo. TWT 1 T "1 a .
Trst&L Meat Job Prmtinfif
ordinance, thn.l, upon conviction before vwu w J- O. JJ-J-
the itcccrder, be lined In any turn not
exceeuing two uunureu dollars.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.