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Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
"Red Cross' Whiskey
Harry Baum & Co.,
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1885.
Only $5 aYear.
Volume V. Number 262.
The San Antonio Light
FALL I WIITTER
.lint Deceived : Thp largest and finest selected Hock of Hoys and
Wc tleslro also cull special nttrnllnn, lliat wo carry the most elegant stuck of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Lmllea ilrrai gooda department every vnrloty of the latest stiles nnd
patcrns can lie seen. An Inspection la naked by our lady customer.
Now York DBmoorntio by 28,000
Virginia Democratic-President Cleve-
land Voted tho Straight Thsket
I Other Election llewt.
Nmv Yoiik. November A Trlbnnn
bulletin savs: Half the districts heard
iromin iirookiyninuwnio mai nt'i sum- , amount of f,v,U7N have been an-
Justed In rivor or MOU persons, i n
want or a anlllelent system of necounln
billly of naval property l pointed out.
and 'the establishment of accounting
Inillar tn that prescribed by th law for
the (Jiiarterinaeter Uencral and subsis
tence departments of the at my, Is urged.
l'liiniim 1'iin. November it. Forty
counties out of 07 In I'enniylvanla Indi
cate a llepuhlloan majnrltv ofM.IKJO.
Wasiiioiov, November 3. The re
Krt of Iho Fourth Aiiititornf the Treas
ury for the fiscal year ending .luno .10th
last, shows tho total expenditure on no
touiit of the navy to have been f 17,11.1.
9IKI. and also that there was expended
W.M,7tw In etcesa or the appropriation.
There was an unexpended balance of
aitsVil on certain aproirlatlnns. The
amount paid In navy pensioner during
the year was $7i:i.lHI0. Trim money to
thr Htnounl of Ill.i.ir.J was distributed
to JOW7 clalmntits and general claims In
Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Comrnlrnt to tmsln
with lot nwimtiuM.fitl"
I I a t r 1 1 1
J. H. MARQUART,
-rnormiat.K of rim
fi! ll SHOE
No. I 7 Solcclad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
.-A Kauwo stink of Custom wink lo iihil from, oiti.l.lliuror the lluost uii.l lurinwt
stin k of KCllOOIrllOV SIIOIW AND tIAITIlltS cier seen In this market, nii.l It will hour III-
l,.,t for hois anil mollis lot. inc. Itusi.l-l.ia.lv OAl.Ktb.UT. AND IliriTltNIHIIOHSANI)
IIAIlT.ltS, llAI.MOItAI. (I.ACi: AND HUTThM) (lAlTllltS, Oil, (lltAIN (luce anil hull
Fine H-ncil work it spu lull)- In all branches. V flu" lot .if Innre-slro lt for men. In he
lit niluc.il rales. These itimkIs must Iki seen In Iw apprM'tatcil.
trlel reports, thin illM'a majority will
reach 2S,U0() In the eiillro Slate. Hie
Sun will any: The entire Demnernllo
city ticket In llrooklyn, Including Whit
ney for Mayor, la fleeted.
Timv, N'. Y November :i. The
wo-ithcr Is cloudy and the election Is
passim; tiff qnlelly. Inilleathinanre that
an merage vote will be polled Mr..
Caroline Ullkey Rogers, a well-known
advocatn of feiinle sullrage, offered to
vote at the polling plant! nt Lansinghurg.
which wne refused by the Inspectors anil
she. threatened to apply to the cnurls for
ItriTAi,o, November :i. shortly after
8 o'clock this morning, I'rralden ('lev.
land walked to the polling plaieor I he
llrit district of the Kighth ward and cn-t
his ballot for Iho straight Democratic
ticket. Me remained there ror a rew
tnlnules chiming with old it.-.ni-sn t
pnees. ami then reliri.'il it. tut. .lu'-n -r
law i.lil.'e. He will prub ihl) lev." nt 5
p. in. for Wa.hlm:'Mi.
I! w..M, ',,...,ih, r :t -lli.,riM,ll-
blirgghes Wise I"1. innjs.r.lj a l. mo
crnlle gain of eight. The li. p,.ili. t,u
concede Rockingham mini !' nonttt
1U0, ti Democratic gain or 111.1 inn will
return two Den. ocr.iiie iiifinlicrs o t tin
lionet. This county li.!S been coosiiterutl
Pirmeuiri.ti, N'ovembt r!l. A d"pHe.h
to Republican hindi'uaricrs fiom Nor
folk to General Million.. a-: T.ie
enemy claim ijhuinijnrity. g'" iu!-
cnunt, a.iu two j.rect
abut out In the Foirth wad.
HiHiti.v. November :).--J,:ii i.tj-iia
have caused tni.ny nirp.leK in I n-o.
tlon of ineinle-rs ol th -c 1 1.- -nd
IIousu. I.ynn has Inc.. oirinl . Hie
Rrimhllcans for the llr t ,1m ,.i .l.e
years, mill alao eh.'tt.iil f.i.lr o.lf ilvfl
hepnbllcan repreaentiillves. In Iho
Lowell senatorial district, l. lly uilo.iis
Mar. den. it Democratlo trluinph, and
Napaen. Democrat, has also been elected
Alamo. Portland and Roman Comcnts, Cemont Walks and Groy Limo Democrat, defeats chamberlain in tho
a. . . , D .M ci n I . i a A CHinbrldgo Senatorial district, which Is
nyarauiiG uimo unu uunumg uwnu, uu uuu.u. i fui.
mut Diiinesllu Cements. While l.lme, lluir, ri.is em el i iiii.uiey nucs. uur i emem is
I Atciula street. Wmka I
F.W. MCALLISTER &BR0.
2CI, 103 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COR. VIIUTA,
NAN ANTONIO, Tli.XAS.
Wu aro Wholesale mid Itclull Dealers In Auttln
While t.lmc, lint brands of Durk ltneciidalo ami
Impoitcd r.ngllsh rortlaud Cements, rlastc
Paris, and ting float Hair, ami would ask yi
call, or wrlto us, for prices beforo purchasing clso
where. 1'leiiso mention this impcr.
Oysters, Fish, nnd Game,
Riverside Cafe Restaurant
Gcholz'o Hall, Corner of Ccmmcrcc eivJ Losoya Streets.
jftifl.iincli and Mcala at all lioura. Everything aurvtil In FIret-C'lars Style.
rolitu waiters In nttendance. 7--JvCm
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposito tho Passongor Depot, on Austin Strcot.
Constantly on hand, ncood sunnlv i f Fine Imnnrtcd nnd Domestlo I.lmtora.
Wines anil Clgnra. l'olllc mid iitlenlho barkeepers. Kverylhlng tlrst-claca In
' JOHN QUHMANN, Proprietor.
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
nusldcred n irrcat victory hv Demo
crats. Moree, Democrat, defeats Hart,
llenubl can. In the 11 rat Norfolk district.
Tho plurality for lioblusnn for flnvcrnor
will probably reach over IM.OtW. Fall
ltlver.ileaplte the labor vote, wns car
ried by Iioblnson.
llosiov. November I ho Journal.
Ilemiblican. claims that Unvernor Iio
blnson la re-elected by a plurality of
Haiitiokd, Conn., Nov. :!. Keturna of
SI towns In the State elect i)7 licpubl'
cniH nnd 30 Democratic members of tho
Legislature, n Democratic Tnln or 11 over
last year, when Urn ltepubllcuiis l ud 71
majority In the Homo C'l.-v. bi',.1, fir
Senator, In the First district, l cl.-oL.I.
This Is a Democratic Ili rlf.nil
electa two Democtatlu ri-iriveuiti.,ves.
tho sameaslast ye'ir. Kl'thty-.lx towns.
Including Hartford, Now lirnnln. Nor-
w ch. llr duenort. and Sl'imrnrd.eliot ill
liepubllcans and CS D.-mocr.,i to thu
l.eglslatuie, a Democratic train of Id.
Thlnv-tlireo towns elect Km Iteiuihd-
oans. m Democrats, n urecninevers mil
Sifimi'i, Mich., November .'). -A dis
covers- wns made on the Urium H
nnd Indiana railroad train )tst.rday
near Here, which is nelievuil to twine,
preourrer of another murder mtbcry,
shortly beforo thu tmln .oaclinl Una
city, a baggage man d"iee.( .1 i, Mukcu-
ing ouor iroin n trunk hi ii.c -iru
nart of the ear. Willi ttv
train men lie nt mine fore, cl i,..r I'd
of thu trunk and round wl'htu it the
body of a man In mi ii.Iv.iiilo.1 stage nf
decompo.ltlon. ftu eil.iri- wrc uu-e
to n'certutii uic prouutue cuuso or iiih
man's death, but the trunk was closed
and placed with Its ghastly contention
ino ironc piatiorm oi it
H 1 H 'i'JL'
no 4t coMMKiicn STitnrrr, irx i'ositiviii.y scu. vop
(Ijilc with lllco, Horn & Co., Now Orleans, Iji.)
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Class, Etc.
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
.. ihoi.i: A0HNTS POIl . .
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on Eartli,
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
r, to bo taken
through to Oram! lintdda. Its original
destination. The baggageman says tho
trunk was transferred to Ida oar at Fort
W ayne from thu abash train
Jacaos. Miss.. NofemberS. Tlieclec
tlon passed off quietly. Indications are
that the. vote is unusually light. Jackson
pollen votes anil regie era l.WJ
negroes generally refrained from voting
The light vote Is to bo be accounted for
nccaiiseoi mere ueing no ticket initio
Held except the regular Democratlo
Stnte ticket. In a few counties, having
local dlanll'eotlona, Ihevote is divided,
nnd n fow Independents may l" elected
to tne Legislature and to county oiuccs.
Chicago, November 3. Annoaranoea
at the different polling places hero to
day Indicated that tho vote would 1.9
lighter than usual. As yet tin official
returns have been received. The best
Information to bo had from various
sources leada to the belief (but the elec
tion law la carried. The noils did not
close till 7 o'clock, which will delav un
til a late Hour tlierecniptoraileipmte re
turns upon which to bane n conclusion.
f rom returna tnus nir received, the In-ter-Ocesn'a
figure? show Hint the city
c'cctlon law Is undoubtedly carried.
uther authorities are not so certnln. It
looks as though Hie Democrats uro gain
ing ground where County Commission
ers are concerned. The re turns nro row
Torek" t. Kaa.. November 3. The lte-
publican ticket Is elected In this (Shaw-
neui couuiy uy uuuiu i.w majority. 11,
C. l.lndsny, Independent Republican, lit
this district, Is elected.
Atcihrox, haa November 3 Tho
Itepubllcana elect the Treasurer, County
Clerk, Surveyor, Coroner and possibly
niir.m 1.1.1,111 , lien lauding iroill IW IO
1000. The Democrats elect a 1'iimmli.
alonor and possibly a Register of Deeds.
I'ioi.a. Kaa.. November.') The entire
Republican ticket In Miami county la
elected uy an average majority of av).
Font Scott. Kaa.. November 3 Com.
nletn entinlv returns nn. nn. In i.nt
enough has ticen received to allow that
1110 jtepuDiican county ticket are all
elected by n majority of 700, except the
candidate for Slierllr, whoao majoilty la
Wasiiixciton. Noyemher 3. Rnentsl
dlipatchea to tho l'ost fiom the Demo
cratlo county chairmen In 40 out of 110
towns ana cities or Virginia ahow Detu
eratlo gains of more than 2000 over tho
liitsreitlni; Meeting Hold Yo'.:crday,
Some New Rules Made.
The City School Board held a meeting
yesterday at noon, at which Hewn,
('aliaghiin, Belknap, Hambleton, Galla
gher, Hraye, and I'roftuor Smith were
The business transacted, while In Hi
bulk not amuuallng lo a great deal, wsa
of an Important character.
The salary of the Janitor of tho Santa
Clara school waa tlx.'. I nt $10 per month.
I'etltlona of teachers for pay lor time
lost during 'llness was presented. In
one ease the petit Ion was gvanled. In
the otnert me mien ami regulations oi i
the public schools did not apply, ('niter
(he rule teachers nan reeuver nay for tlvo
or less days lost by 'ennui of Illness, but
cannot receive pay for mure than live
The Superintendent reported the
appointment of Mis I.clla F.mt'n as
tenober to (111 the vacancy In the l'lr.it
ward school, caused by the resignation
of Mrs. Uunsboroiigh. The appoint
ment wns continued and .Miss KiurleV
salary Used ai fit) per month until Aug
ust 31, 1XNI.
The petition of Miss JM. Montsalyagn
for Inetease o' salary wns reported on
ti pennon oi .it rs. a. .'lu'-pny tor
nilnalnalsh'ti of tho Third wi.nl
school, waa presented and pusscd for the
The resignation of Mr. Nlggll, rs Jan
itor of tho High school and Second ward
school buildings, wns presented nnd a"
cepted, and Mr. M. Vale was appointed
o ine vacancy.
Section (i of A't'.c'e XI of the Rules
nnd Regulations of the School., was
amended lo read, 'principal," whcicvcr
tho word suoerintendetit." nowocoura.
The section rends as follows: "When
ever a pupil falls to maintain his class
standing, which shall not bo less than
the minimum tor promotion, inu icncuer
shall warn the natentof his liability of
of he'ng degraded, nnd notify the Su-
perinionucnt oi I line laci, wuuso uuiv n
shall he tn keep a record of such notices,
nnd It possible luijn'ro Into the ease and
suggest such remedy as to him may
seem host. If. nt Hie end of tho next
month s examination, Iho snui pupu una
iin fiitld. tho Stit.eri'itendent shull.
at his discretion, order a reduction of
Section 2 of Artlolo V, Rules nnd Reg'
ulatiooa. was amended, as foliowe:
All teachers, boforo etiiployincnt by
Hie board, sliMl paM nn cxaiulnatioD, na
ror third-class ccrtMlcatos. Ill nrlhog
raiiliy. reading, penmanship, geography,
r.nglish grnmiiier, f.ngnsii eouiiiosit'on.
History oi ine unneu ntnies, puysics,
theory and imvstlce ofteuchlnK.
For seeond-closs eertllleates, on tho
ahovii-nauicd uranriiea and in physical
geography, physiology and elementary
For Hrst-class certlll -utes, In nil the
abovo named tnanuhes and In u'gebrn
geometry, rhctorlo, J.ugllsli nteialiir
and general hlstoty.
Any nnpilcant having given evidenc
of uooil moral character and having
iiatied li aallsfaetoi v examination In the
branches ri mitred for miv class, shall be
granted a i sititlcnle for that class by
the Supetlnteiidnnt. lf.it no teacher
aha I be oiuiiloved except in oalo
emergenuy, ti'ileaa aueh a oer.iliaato tms
been granted. I'rovided. however, that
the r.bovr nmenumeiit sha'l not take uf
Icol iint tl June 30. Itso.
Tno Suiierintendent ptcaenied h's re'
port for the month ending Dumber s
Tho Pearson Ttlal-Thc Lcadcr-Stoddard
Libel Caset -City Candidates, Notes.
t-Mll.ir Hnn A.il.i.'li. I.lhl:
Ai'atis, No ember 3, 18W.. Five Jurors
hae been oblnlnnl In Hie I'oni I'earson
niu rile r case. A brother of tho defend
ant now on trial waa tried as an acres
sory to the murder of Dr. Stovall, at the
list term of the District court and con
victed, nnd lie la now In the penitentia
ry aery I ng out a SO-j oar sentence. The
proof is positive that Tom Pearson Is tho
man who waylaid Dr. Stovall and fired
the fatal shut. It la generally believed
that he will be hung.
The celebrated Irfiader-Sloddard libel
eases weio continued yesterday In the
County court by consent. The last case,
tried slightly nauseated the doetor, and
he Is doubtless willing now to have them
disposed ol by illsiolual. which will
likely he dona at the next term of court.
Tin re were lit civil suits brought In
Judge Von Itoaenbnrg'a court to-day.
w: D. Williams. Kan. .one of the ablest
and most popular members of the Austin
bar, has announced himself a candidate
for County Judge, to suoceed Judge
Fultnore. It is snbj to say that lie v
It Is said that Sen ton Walton. Ki
ex-Ulty Attorney, will be a candidate
before the next City Council for City
Captain Rodney, the efllclent Assistant
l'ostmaster under Colonel DeUreas, will
be retained for a few month! by the
newly-appointed l'ost in ssler. Captain
lUMiney is a uiosi ooiiging ami cuiupv
SIMMS & SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS
FSVTO" ANTOWIO TBXAS
The K enmit s I'.i
Tho Ecienil.'ic Amorioan.
Elsewhere will Le found the adter
tlsement of that wr'l-known and moat
ti. elul Journal, a paper that laa'lke Inter
esting tome common teuuer, ine artisan
r.Md.1'0 atuiien;. Its columns aro ah
w'' nractloal and entertaining, unci It
is well worl'i the yearly uihaorlptlon.
Julian C'iane'o, luinbe- dwelling, cast
aide of South I.atedo street, F.mtwnrd
li. v. .Miulf'asi. liinber uu'Btr
stand, north s.de of Houston siree
Tliird ward. io cost S.00.
Cl. G lonla 1 tinn.cr stable, corner o:
Matrworaa and Conouo tireer, First
Wrvd, to coat SITO.
To Pi.rt'with Us.
Mr. Andrew Sloena, the elliclent ns
B.siant city clerk, who has made himself
jnslly Domi'ar during Ida term of ae
vie? uy us couiieous uemeuiior towaru
toward ail who have come In contact
with li'tn. has res cned h a nos It on
aciept his old position In the auditor'
ollko of the F. 0. 1. M. railway, at 1'leU
raa Neg as. lie expecti lo leave ThtirS'
day next for that city.
Travis Park Concert.
Klghth Cavalry Rand, Frnnk A. Hall,
1. Tiger Veteran March, lisldwln.
i. ociecttoua irom "iaucnoa."
I. Selections, "l'urltan'a Daughter,
0. Idyl, "Deer Native Land."
Hot Authorized to Say,
The editor of thla pnner never did
to pleaae anybody but lua God, and
3 on wuui lusuy no maue a poor out
mni wuy jusi say u, uatcaville
ley la a
and lila retention Is dealred
II HAM lumt
Monday, Today anA f cflnesilay, Novemlier 2, 3, anH 4, 18
Conversation by Wire
ontion of tho lsugtiHtlo Act,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON,
I IIAIt.M-l HUM IIV TIIK mMt'ANV.
I I..1I1I.M.I M.U. IIAUI.HjI'IN
In songs and dances.
Tn Songs of tho Day
John. THE BAKERS, Lou.
In .mi' "I lli.'lr roll iu.1 skelchea, i nlttl.-.t :
FUN I NAP R I NTING OFFICE.
Miss LAURA ASH BY, - In Songs and Dances
LARRY DOOLY, In his creation of the Aged Darkey
Hoe,. nil W and llir Hueiws of
Miss Marie Vestvali,
At lain le Novelty. In Operatic rcil.tltlonslli three .llllertsl.t bllnnlsite. vis. KltKllah
l.-Wi lc.n.e Pr. It) I'l
Here 111. )' I
, lEl.Kli.h.) J.-llfllor Oirl.evllkMFn nch
Mao-J. T. Hraekenridge will hare
mi irseineni ol this section oi conn
rv for Uevernor, anil uoernor
Ireland Is by odds the cholro
tor Dulled States Senator. It la
said Hon. A. YV. Terrell will not get the
voto of his own Senator, should he enter
e men for 1 rilled Htates senator.
Hnniuol W.French. Ksn.. chief of the
Austin Flro Department, had contracted
r 32,nuu w or! n ol new nose.
Dr. Snlm Is a candidate lor alderman
Hie First ward.
,ast night, about I--) a frame cot'
lave. iii'h.ML-liiL' to Mrs. Sonh a Hum
am. occupied by .nr. t.vo, was oiirneii
llli contents, notii nouse ami iiiriii
ra wero nnrllv insureil.
Comnilsloncr Valsli says he will retire
from tho Land olllce, afler bis preset!
Austin has many nlnccs :of Interest
but notio are more su than the Rcllpsu
...hi.. ...,.! I. M...,r-MUI..r Your
correspondent took n slrotl through this
mammoiii esiauiisuincui, iu-iiny. aim
was idensaiitlv surnrlsed by the genera
system of business order adhered to.
I ho undertaking department is likewise
I a gigantio scale; wiiu live nenrsc
at cost from onu thousand tn tw
thousand dollars each. A complete de
scrlnllon of this establishment will b
iriven In the I.kiiit'h Holiday edition.
II. li, iiarnard, r.sip, roeniy auoriiey
tbls county, teavea ior Ban Aiiumi
He Needed a Prio;'..
A couple of devout Mexican genii
n viBlleil ;ilio Museum of Anatomy
nnd arcing the dying Koiiatc, with arti
lltlal tcsplration, which makes him np-
learln the last gasps, one of hem, In
horror stricken voles exclaimed: "Creat
3d. that man Is dying! Why don't
they get u piiest tin it administer tho last
lies of Hid sacrament, ami oiler mm no-
"Rut, my rrlend, don't you Bee thai
the man Is only a wax tlguie, and tho
No, sir. It ta n noiu'cr, anil leu ueie
lie without the benefits or . lei u v.
What heai hens these people are!"
AH the persu imvu powers oi ins com
inlon could nut wholly conviuoe the
Hi.. oii.lv inclined Mexlnnn but what
ho ll;(.'ro h saw wnsieally an expiring
A Forco of Halil
Wo'le workmen wero loading beer on
the delivery wagons of the, l,ono Bit
hrawery vety eB'ly tlda morning, the
lerm attached to the first wagon at ailed
off with their load while tho last wrgon
waa being loaded, nnd I be di lver did not
discover that ho had been Mi bell lid
To" tome t.me, and men started our to
aenvoli for tho tiuanH. He learned thev
bad stopped n shori t.me at 'our saloons
on tbo regular ronio ."ave'etl ilp'ty
by tnem, ami nan men aia-i-
going in a wp.t i
he Hioe. Titer fliinllv sloimei. In
"Yont of Krlsch hall sa'oon. and ! "ank
h'lu-li.lhe bulchoe next door, d'r, :ov-
ereilllietn. without t'loird'lvor. and '.ej
hem. Alderman Frlla bc,",einl"' tele-
nhomngto Hie broweiy of their when-
abouva. At oyerv as'oon they wee loo
early end the saloons weicno. opened or
I hoy won'tl nave been Btonneii tie ore
renclt'ng ibc centio ofthe cliy.
A pistol alio ton the south side of Main
plaza thla morning about 9 o'clook drew
qulto a crowd, who ran to ndmlntater
wuai possimo am mey couiu iu toe
wounded man, or to arrange iho funeral
preliminaries lor the corpse. The ahot
waa II red In the Cell tnl hotel, nnd I hero
oved to be no corpse; or wounded man
tiecdlngatteii'.lon. Mr. Cliff Roberta, a
young eorpen.er, had accidentally dla
charged a levolver whllo cleaning It.
It, T. Schneider, drunk, fined $5.
Mike (iallagher, drunk, fo.
W. M. lllunt, drunk-, $3.
R, A, Kelly, catryln a platol, $50.
l.nula Frasa, drunk, 7.
W. II. McAlpin, vagrant, $B or ten
lteioitcd oxpretsty for the LitiitT by tl.
I ioj-d i Co., !l Soldail strceti
Oictoo, Novemlier 4. Wheat fir
a.id octlie, Ilcccmbcr S1"J. Corn Prm, Hero
iMir, Hi., h.ilt mtvuiieinir, Jattuary, vti.
Ijlr.1 llini: .luiiiiarr, ll.lt!',. Itcuilplii, M.tJtSj
liUNUt-l.l i'oru, l,.xui i.usnest lloira, :n,mxi.
anipinviiiR-wiieai, is.uai uusneisi uru, l
BIl.l.lE - CARROLL AND BARRY. -JOHN
New Hperlnllr, Imro.hi.'lnit ll.. lr fni ,.ilte HVtnjn and Dunces, "TOM IIIO nfiF.
Miss MONA VALADE, .
In sorio comic solcr. or j
Second Week and Tremendous Hit of the PhenominaT Clown Specialist.
TIN PAN FIELDS.
, Jitmtuin, PriSHiNflJ Et
iltnuiv net, utiiifr r
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, "- -
ScH.ii,! n'k a. i.l lllit tin. or Iho tire.it an.) only.
MISS LAURA. ASHBV,
Jigs, Rools, otc.
Tho Polito Sorio-Comic
Mies VIRGIE JACKSON,
In Budgot of Songs
Miss LOU BAKER,
Miss MONA VALADE,
In Song and Danco
H..,,!!.! Wee , I..I Itltf Kiin-eM, nl tliu tlreat
ti lt." In lirr lfiliiiltiiM'1iiiriictir ViKnllzutlnnn. 1. Troutlci of I
I Now ( hliiiiiiuin. ;t,-ltai-kHiy Jnc-k.
Miss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Selections
. Hit.vrit niii.i.s
Tlio whole lo ciiielii.lo with John baker's Funny Comedy tn ono act, entlth
A Squire for a Day.
Charnctors by tho Etitlro Company.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9th,
First appearance t.r the Kreat Irl.h team,
Roturn of tho Favorites,
TIM ST A RIM and DEBBIE RICKLIN.
4EMPQRIUM OF FASHI0Kj
This Rstobltshment la now Replete with All the Novelties for the
Fall end Winter Sanson.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Illaok and Colored, Plain and Brocaded. Caisimeres (black
and colored), Trloots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Cnmcl Hair nnd Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongeea, Dress Fluids In single and double widths, and
laxTl'rluimluga to suit alt Dress Gooils."SSa
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
Ho is now allowing the largoet atock of Kid Olovoa, Mlta, I.acea and Fancy Goods
ho haa an endless variety and cannot bo undersold.
Fail and tfinter
All tho latest Fall anil Winter etylcs and makes of lionncts and 'I '
Ustrlch l'lumos, Tips, Ribbons and Trimmings will bo fouu,.
there. This department Is under Urst-olaaa artistes,
who will please, tho tastes of all.
Linens, Cotton Goods
Toweling, Domestlo Prints, Olnghama. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nela and Hosiery, Among the other tilings which were very extenalveiy
purchased by hla ngenta waa tho most magnlficont stock of Dress
Goods of til kinds ever Been In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeolal attention waa given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks, and can ho alao glvo the greatest bargains In
Clothing,. Boots, Shoes and Hats
His Btoolc rf Fall and Winter Clothlnir ! tho Inmost c
brutx-s, In tbo laUt l.uUtmn, Vrhiw Albert. Cutaway, l'nxilc ana Sack Buitf.
r broutrhttoToxas, andc
mploto Block of Ijadioi. il Uses', Men and Uoys
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
iMIInir. It 7-hl; sit
.ember. II SIOH.il
nary. tl.4IQ1.ni Feb
, St, l , wu'l. WlUifUHl,
irl blllnir. 5 3-ltSi Orleans, a 7-10.1
l.ales; receipts, 18.0D) bales. IMlui
Ills Furniture Di.n.lrtniuiiLlaiinmnlete villi II .
111 this ll.io. Aiiiutia-nth' rK'i'ils we tint t'luth I'.trlor Hutts. Muhalr Parlor Suits, Walnut jind
Aiu lilronniHult., Wiirlroliui, catlrs, Hi Iv llrimols an.l inirratn uarpou, Ituira, Mattlnir,
Ourtaiiis, Window Hha lus, Klo. Country orJors flllud promptly and satlsfaotlon iruaraiitoeil.
Deceinher. e3ftii;jii Jau-
IKX1U.II SI I
lo.oifllo.ic; July, 10.11131
vembcr 4.- Spols, steady!
livery Urst-elass dealer sells Opera comborjanuary, t.U)i January-l'ebruiiry, 5.11.
Pulls olgare.tea Avoitl Injurious 'ml- NemtVouk, Novctaer 4. stock market
tntlons, I NorllmiBtorii.lUlit DclawaroaudLaokawan-
1 na, mut Bt. Puu,, w;,.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAM ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.