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Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
'Red Cross' Whiskey
GUAnANTEED USE ITI
Harry Baum & Co
Volume V. Number 263.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1885.
Only $5 aYeart
The San Antonio Light
JhiI deceived : The, largest and llncsl selected slock of Hoy nml
H umi lag ujlu i miiir
Wo desire also mil special nltentlnn, Hint wo onrri tlic limit elegant stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS; SCHOOL SHOES.
In our I.ndlcs ilrem good department every vurlety of Ilia lntest sljlo nnd
pntrrnn ran be Keen. An Inspection Is nxkcil by our lnily customer.
Main and Military Plans, San Ailonlo, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Comrnlrnt In tnialn'pn cruti r, with I in I
J. H. MARQUART,
Eleotion Nowh From All Over The
Now York Legislature Republican. Vir
ginia 29,000 Democratic. Chinese
In the West. Etc.
Nl.w Ydiik. November 4. "I'lio World,
inmcntlng upon the result ufyes-
rdav's election, ssys: hnl does the
)cmocrailo vli.tiTV nienn? It moan.
Ilrstof nil, Hint the Democrat are nnen
more reunited. I he IhouenmU of Deni-
erat who last vcr were ri lien n
onhlsof Mr. Cleveland'" De'nneraoy,
nml thn I!npiibllcan Journals Hint snp
pnrsed him, Imve nfi return! to the
Mil. II mean, mo, mill incy nive re
urned to tho pn'tv almost entirely, for
every reason timi Hovcr.ior inn was
town to he n in:, genuine, old-fash-
oncd Democrat. ho inloted tin oiuo.
sltlon of the Mugwumps, nml did not
enjoy IIia favor of Vr. Ch-vland. It
menu nn expression 01 ion hhiij . i.r.
rum iir. l-ievol nil I rjuauiy means
.'II. nnd the mistake lie hn made are
e to Inexperience: nnd excessive ndf-
llance, thu gross iiatlurlia unilli.ro
orkliln of llin Mugwump generals, nnd
their false light nnd lendlnit. It means,
nbovoull, that Ihu fact tout (io.e.uor
was lb n prefei letue orre il in 'n-
oe.rr.ev. and not of sheer .Mugwump
Democracy, secured hi election l n
a oritv. prowioiy, 01 i. or 20 11
-1'iiorniKT. a of triK-
IB! ll 10Era
No. 1 7 Soledad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
t"fA eai,u slock of ruslom work lotx-li'tt from, conslstltitf nt Hie llnest and Inrirefit
stoikorfl'llllOb-IKlV MIOI'N AMI (I AITI'.Hn ever seen In till limrkel, nml II "III ho or In
terest tor linjnanrtjniilln toeeeme. llaiiitlmi.loCAl.riLACi: AND lllnTO.NlSIIOUBANII
(lAlTIIIIS, IlAI.MIlltAl. (I..UT. AND IIUTP'Sl OAITRKS, Oil. nltAl.V dace mid lilltlon).
Fine sewed work a ffpcelidty In all hraiu'lic. A Itne lot or larirc-hio i,mi lor men, to n snl.l
nt reduciil rnteii. Tliefe km"1 must Ik- seen lo lie nnprccliilcd.
CtO. H KUTEYER, C. J. MAUERMANN, W. E.JONF.?. C. HAMBEKGER
Presidrnt. stcicliry. Supl, Msnagrr.
Alamo Cement C?o.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comrnts, Comont Walks and Groy Liino
Hydraulic Limo and Building Siono, also Dealers in Imported
ami Domestic Cements, wlilie t.tme. Ilalr, PI isleraml I lihmiey riucs. Our (Vnu ht Is used
In lliu rnnslillctloti ol Ho- New HtiileCttpllul.
rronico and Warehouses, No. SOJ amis.'! Acoipila Sluet. Works and Quarry mar
F. Y. MCALLISTER & BRO.
S( , 103 AhU 20S S. ALAMO ST., LOR. VILLlTA,
BAN ANTONIO, TKXAS,
Wt nro Wholeuilt und Uc-Iull nculcrhin Austin
White Lime, lltft ItrHiitis of Dark Kosmdul"
IiiioittMi K11H1I9I1 INirtliuul rtiiHMilit, I'lurtpr of
I'urlB, ait'l Lnnir Onut Hair, and woui. nstt toil to
call, ( wrlto us, Tor prU-es bfforf puiclmsinif rli
wheri riouci- im-ntlnn llifs imprr.
K. HIMMANd. A. IIAMI't;..,
Oysters, TigIx and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurasifs
Scholz'8 Hall. Corner of Commerce and Losoya Street3
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
0))osito tho Passenger Depot, on Austin Street.
Conftantly on hand, a Rood eupply of Finn Imported nnd Domeatln I.lriuors,
Wlnea nnd Cigar. Tolltu nml ntlrntlm barkeepers. Kvrrytlilng llwt-dafia Ir
JOHNGUHfvi ANN, Proprietor.
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
1 he Clothie
no iicoMMi:nci: bTitnnT, wii.i, imisitiviu.v sih.l vop
RICE & DALLAS,
(IjiIo with Itlee, Horn Co., New Orleans, La.)
Hardware, Paints, Oils, iGlass, Etc
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
. I SOU! AGENTS l'Oll .. .
Jlant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on Eart
New Vo,k KMnMih, tl.o market.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DnOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU AHE IN TOWN.
crentrr than Hie tntc jtnvo leveinnu
laft enr. 'Ihl I- Hie leasnn of ihe elee.
I ho hop- of hip tlei.tlon Is that
Us lesson will he ui.dmtotKl nml heeded
rmuzlon. tare.vill, Miiuwiiuilis,
i' Ydiik, N'oemh'r l.-The Trl-
buno Elve the eoniplexlon of thn next
Legislature In e ork h f.d
Sinnte, liepuhllei.rs 111. I'riim-
crate, H; IIohmi, le.n'dlcai. "J. ll"in i-
rate 27: Indepi arti nt Iieinoornts I. I Ida
Rluea a licpuhllonii mijnrll) ofl) on Joint
ballot ami innuren io eieenon 01 a ii"
publlcnn United Stale" S-nntor.
Jji.Min.N. l . November I. -Uovi nor
Hill wn serenaded by llio Kloi'i a eluli
o-nlcht. In ropona rn nn. ne ii.'iiv-
ered an nddro-e. In whle.li belli nkfd
in for havlnir araNien in vindn hi iff
lui f mm Ilia cnarua men
lrht nirnlnet hlni ihrmu
campaign, cnnK.'ntiilateil I In- i
no lam inar.e'.v iorK i n i o o imi.o
late, ami said thai the ri milt "h . oil
hat the Indenem'.inl lb n ' lo u.i hud
left their par! and had b cn. ; n a-
ntlylilinllihd with llo Iuioornilo
IIiciimomi, a., November I. Add
rinal return do not ehanire the In ilea-
lona telecrnnhcd hint nlirht. Ueneral
l.ee'a nialorItvrcachi i'!.lOH. and ll 111.1v
ko toUU.WiO. As for the l.i jlllnro, mt.
Ilclcnt returns havo hem n reived to
shnwtho Denioernta lno already
oi the Id) Member of the llouso. and SI
out of 10 .Members of Hie Hen to. I ho
counties yet to hear from will I
the Demooratlo meuih"rl.ii lo Iwo-
hlrds innjorlly in both noun
Hollos. November I. 'rile mto o
.MasHiichuretts. with lUo lowi.a to hem
from. Is: I'"or (loernor-liobluuon, lie
iinhllcan. 112.:)i:l: Pr Inert. Democrni
IKI,2HI; l.athrnp. 1'rolilhltlonlst. I.nai
Munnicr, i.auor, j,im. i.ouinsoire pin
rallty ocr l'rlnee. 2., 207.
Moinkk. lniva. Noeu bei- I. -The
Iteglfterhas returns from two-thirds ol
tho State. It lulls Ihe lb'liuhlii ii ma
jority on the State ticket at II.1111I In
returns snow tnni ine 1 epiioneuns 11111
tsi out 01 IUO Itlet.ilicr in nit
House, nnd M of Hi" .VI n'ember ol
I'liii.AIiFl.t'lliA. Pa.. Noeni!'er I -I'ur
her returns from the various eoii.illi
n this State come In v ry eln. I'linr
what have been received, however. II
can bo estimated that IJuay, I !- uhil
can candhlatn for tate Treat-urtr, lift-
n majority ol nt lenst ll.'.OI'O, with 11
ironK iikciiuooo nun 1110 uuures him
te exceeded. All clruiires tit II1111
show liepubllcan untnn over Ihe in J
Hies teiegrapued last nigitt.
ll.u.ltsioiiK, Mil , Xovo.nh'T I -.ii
olcnt returns of Ihe 1 lection hehi yrsi
day havu been received to Indli'a'i 'I
lite mammy lor lite nemoer ne Miaio
ticket will be i,earl :iM) I he l.erl
laturo will be nbout : Sen.iu, Keouiill
ins six. Ileuiocrals SO; homo of Dele
ates. llemibl cans 111. I
ho Democratic nmlorlly on Joint hah
lot Is ii'.i. nssiirlnira Hemocrntlu succes
sor to Senator Oonnnn, whoso term will
expiro on tuc 1111 01 jiarcn
Dksvfu, Col.. November 4. Thu
Chairman of thu Penubllcnn cominltteo
concedes tno cleetlon or 1 110 enure, Delve
ocratlo Imlencnt lent county t cket bv a
heavy majority. Lake county elects tho
entire Democrat!" ticket except sheriff,
nnu possioiy cierx. r-iuer, i.epiiniinan,
lor supremo nunc, on who 11 1110 oartv
lines were strletiy drawn. Is certainly
eiecten uy at least irjuu. iieiiiuie re
turns nnvo ucen yet roceivtu irom th
Chicaiio, Xovember 4. Heturns this
morning show the new election law has
neen adopteu uy a majority 01 irom w.-
OOOto HOiX). llenjamln D.MaErudernon
partlsarj candidate for the vacancy on
tno supremo oeneu, received nearly nil
tho votes cast. Owyn Garnet, licnubll-
can candidate for .Indue of tho Sunerlor
court uns aooui ouuu mnjoriiy over
HlneB, Democrat. Twoltcimhllcan and
two Duiuocrallo county commissioners
TitKXTO.v. K. ).. November I. Tho
election in New Jersov has resulted In
victory for the lteimbllcnna. The onl
isstio was tho Legislature. In hot
hranchos of which the ltepubilcons will
uo ngnin in ine uiajoriiy. jne last cfill
mate at ununiKiit gives the iteinihllcau
13 votes In the next Senate to eight for
the Democrats, nnd In thn assembly 3:1
llcpubllcan votes to 29 for the Demo
crats, nils is a iieptmiiciin gain or twi
in the Senate and a loss of soveral In th
House, hut It leaves a lEcpiihllcan ma.
jorny 011 joint uanoi.
Tocoma, W. T.. N'ovcinber-I.-Yester
day being tne lltnn set Tor the Chinese
to leave, many hundred citizens congre
gated In the forenoon, marchlncr In nn
orderly manner along the streets to the
uninese nouses, ordering ttie occupants
to nack un their i?nods nnd lenvn. Th
order was compiled with, lly B p. in. all
their effects were Hacked and loade.il nn
days and the Chinese ronrdicd along the
emeu oi ine wagons, en rouie 10 J.ak
View, nine miles south of lien. 'I h
Chinese merchants were given time till
morning to pack their goods, tho stores
being allowed three assistants. Ono
hundred and twenty-seven Culncio
rached Lake View about 7 p. in., and
camped In the vacant houses. It Is not
known wiietnoror not they will go
Portland, but they tuobably will, iln
ofthem arc walklnc eolith on the rail
road track. The citizens out last night
gavo them provisions to last till morn-Inc.
MISS BELLA MOORE.
A "Light" Reporter lntorlet This
Charming Young Actrctt.
'I his morning n I.innr reporter called
at Ihe Maverlok hotel for Ihe cxpreo
purpose of vlelllng Mies llella Moore.
Tho llohonilan was shown Into the pres
ence ol this vlvnolotu lady. Having
niadethe object of his visit known, Mlsi
Moon said: "Tell me what you want,
and I shall be most happy to give oil all
Ihe information In my power." "How
long have I been on the stage!1 Well,
about three )er. 1 llrst took to the
stage, and made a success, In New York
Juvenile pans; but all the Hum I had
IntnltUe ftellug that 1 could do
soimdhlng higher than J net merely
rbllng a few popular melodies.
Soiiio one says, make people happy nnd
ere will not ho halftho niinrrcllng or a
enlh Hart of Ihe wickedness there Is.
Well, do you know that Is my motto. I
1 noier so nappy as wnen 1 can make
people have smiling laces, whether 011
the stage or olf. 1 like to see peoplu
laugh; It docs me good. '1 hat Is why I
like sincerity Weeks In the Mountain
rink. She is such an iinseitisn girl. I
II you I always feel better after Play
nir Sincerity Weeks. Now last night.
fur Instance, 1 felt tlrcd nndsomowhat
dlsameenble: had hail nothlnirtocat and
just had tlmu to rush to the dressing
room, take 011 my (raveling cixtumo ami
put on my dries for Ihe llrst act ere 1 was
called. 1 tell you I felt cross, but as soon
I L-ot Into the tdav I foruot
11 about that. I always act as
feel. What play do I like
ost? "Well," and a demure look came
roes Ihe ladv i ntcresllng fare. "1
think I like Sincerity Weeks as well as
any, although I am fond of Nancy Will
iams, In the Danltea. I like n character
that It rollicking, yet pathetic. There,
now; jou think I nm 11 veritable tom
boy; but lam not, I assure ou." A
look of Inllulte rogulsliness might
have been observed in tho little lady's
eyes, us she earnestly assured the re-
orler there was nothlngof the hoyden
n her. 'I have it great mind to try
Poor Jo,' next season, In llleak House;
I think I could lilav It welh It would
Just stilt me. 1 am 11 great admirer of
nicKens; ami nnvo read tiienk llouso
over and oter again, until 1 know ll by
art. lucre Is no work that I know
f that Is more calculated to make a
naturally hard man charitable than thu
lay 01 l oor Jo is. "Handle a pistol
1 ell r cs; 1 guess I can; 1
ave Practiced nlstol sbootlnc a
good deal. I must thank tho
nnors lor tneir k ni v criticism or me.
Inn c been cry siiccesaful In my tour
ion un oh. j sang -iiuiii
lttle Ilaby Don't You Cry,' well If
hat song was written for Lotta. but 1
like the inelodv. 1 do not nlm to lir.l-
tato Lotta or anyone. 1 want lo be Just
myself." 'Tho reporter Intimated that
the lady was iiudoubludiy original."
-1 oere you neni 1101 irouuie yoursoir, 1
nil 1101 sav iiiai list lor ine eaku or 11.11.
Ingfor compliments. I don't like Hat
ry, ami you need not gnu ine any of
." Like my profession! Why 1 love
I think the staire can ho uiadii tho
best velilclu for dolmr inoro irood than all
thu pulpits put together; thu stage Is the
creal teacher of this modern and arilil-
clal age. I hope I shall sec you to-night
me opern nousu to seu
In the 'Dliliites.' I think
I shall please you." Tho reporter
ronilsed he would be thero
and look his leave. Miss Bella Moore Is
one of tho most charming ladles that It
una neen uie goon loriuue 01 me l.ioiir
scrllio to meet. She has fentures that
nre Illumined with bright Intelligence
and elotpicnt eyes Hut nre magnetic In
their glancos. Sho Is a young lady of
rellntd taste and ciiltuie, mid yet,
wiinni not sun ami ceremonious, hut
brislllnir nllh rood nature, nml In .vi.
dently cndowedwltli nunlversal eympn-
tuy towards the iinrortiinutu portion or
humanity, that makes her 11 favorite
wnerever ner lot is cast. The ruttiro
boforo Miss Hclla Moore Is undoubtedly
a bright one, nnd It Is to be hoped Unit
no iicxi nine sue vieiis nan ahioiiiu
her merit will certainly give her.
GRAZED WITH LIQUOR.
A Northern Shipper Docomes Suddonly
and Vlolontly Insane,
fine-looking, robust man, whoso
name on the Mengerhotelrcglstersliows
he is J. M. Meyer, from Centralla, Ills.,
became insane yesterday evening In the
Menger hotel lobby and was so violent
that thrco or four policemen could
scarcely restrain hint. He was confined
in the bat cave and raved all night, but
became rational for a few moments eerly
this morning and talked to a fellow pris
oner, (Scorgu Sims, He said he was t tie
owner ot a large apple orchard near
Centrnlia, nnd that lie had been shipping
apples to George Koerner & Co., of this
city. Ho said ho had a wife ami two
children In Centralla. He said he hail
been drinking wblskov lately unt'.l ho
was nearly crazy. He found on his per
son this morning his pocket-book, which
he gave to Mr. Sims, who opened It In
the presenco of witnesses and found
therein $25.00 In cash and 11 check for
5250. This hod been overlooked when
the olllcers searched him last night.
Sims turned tho money over to the
Marshal, who has It In safe-keeping,
for Meyer when he becomes sane, if ho
does. After Hndlng tho money, Sleyer
reiaoteii 11110 insuniiy and raved wildly
all the morning, imclnir the narrow oon.
lines of his cell like a caged boast and
working himself Into a fearful passion nt
times, thnt threatened to hurst an
artery, and ever and anon ouletlnir
down and crying liken woman, beseech
ing in nitrous, accents tho dead walls to
give him his child.
Mr. llrlttaln, of tho Menger hotel,
states that Meyer arrived at the Menger
about October 31, nnd has had dealings
with our commission men. Ho has
threo car-loads of niiples now on tho
way to San Antonfo. Tho man has
uraim uimseir into his present condP
Hon, and has evidently eonio sorrow
burthenlnir his mind, tin seems well
educated, ami during all his ravings,
A Cutting Serapo-Tho Pearson Trial
Mllcr ! .tnlonlu I.liilil:
Arum, November Ith. A notorious
trio of dcnlmns of the First ward met
this morning and proceeded to rarvo
each other up. Delia liohtnson, one of
the parlies, cut and seriously wounded a
Mexican woman named Oonzntas. Delia
was locked up.
N ine Jurors have been obtained In the
Pearson murder trial.
I. ait night a colored man employed by
Charley Cootesoy was relieved of a
watch and nvcrcoat'whllc at the house
of Kettle Alexander.
Kvery rlllren on the avenue Is urging
Hie council to purchaso thn Ilrusli sewer.
Tho Water company agree to furnish
water lo flush all sinks connected with
said sewer nt $0 per annum.
Drlskell hotel Is now up two
stories. It rilled much credit upon
io architects, Messrs. Preston A Son.
Tho lino Iror. hrlduo that spans tho
( olorado river, will toon be a free bridge
it Is sahl. tho business men iicmniiii 11.
. M. ('. Nixon has tho honor ol being
3 designer of Mr. Charles A. Nowlng's
w residence. It It one of tho handsom
est In the county.
Dr. w. A. Morn, or un city, tn-uay
received from tho dead letter olllco a
letter which ho mailed seven year ago.
Mils Susie, tho estimable daugliler 01
Colonel John 11 Lubbock who has been
siillerlng for Hie last live weeks from
blood poisoning, caused by an attack of
dengue, Is slowly recovering; her physi
cian, Dr. I'.cnnitl, says she Is now out of
i npiain iioiuiey, rtssisiaoi l osiinn.icr
here, nays thero nre nbout MO cople of
Hie i.iiiiit to ono 01 1110 nan jinionio
Times, and about four to 0110 or thu
Kxpress delivered from thl postolllce.
It Is said a combination exist between
certain Democratlo nnd Independent
County olllclals that win no iiursteu up
nhen the next convention meets to se
lect olllcers for Ihe next term. How
ever, they are nil good men, nnd It
would be bird lo get n better set.
Tho Pecan Trade.
The pecan trade of this city la now
quite an Item, and Is continually
Increase. Tho crop of Western Texas It
very large, but up to the present time
not the proper attention has been given
to the gathering of the nuts, nnd little
or 1111 attention to tho growth and pre.
serration of the trees. In tho near fu
turn the cultivation of ticcan trees
will form an Industry that will tako a
prominent tdace auinng Hie prolltnhlo
industries 01 1110 sinic.
Thu tree Is of rapid growth and hears
young besides furnishing excellent
shade and n sunerlor duality of wood
The finest nnd largest pecans that come
to this market como from tho
young groves in Handera, Kerr,
Mason, Menard, and other of tho coun
ties to tho north and west of this city,
and wiion once wo nave a railroad in
to that section, tho ocean trado will he
n factor In Ihe business of this city, not
to bo despised.
This mornlntr. Mr. Louis Ilergstrom
bought .some 700 pound ol nuts, tor
which ho paid from I) to B centi a
pound, according to S17.0 ami conuiunn
Mr. lleri'Strom. who Is one of tho larg.
est Inn ers In the .Southwest, snvs that
at present tho market In New York a
rather slow, and that tho supply I
greater man uie demand, out mat ne
ways about the holidays Hie deniani
Resolutions of Respect.
r,, 1 if. CHl.e.TH un.l Memlicia or A lulu, i l.il
Nci. . SI, KiiIkIiii un.l laulica uf llimiir.
Sj A momo, November 1, 188.". Your
committee appointed to draft resolutions
upon the death of slslcr ltosa I rank big
leave lo report :
Whereas. It has pleased tho Supreme
Protector of tho Unlversn lo take from
one: us our beloved sister llosa Frank,
lliereioro ne 11
Itesolved. 'that this lodgo express
Its decn-felt sorrow for the loss of nn es
Itesolved. '1 lint we tender to the be
reaved family our sincerctt sympathy
for the loss of their mother and tender
the condolence of all the members
of this lodco.
Hesolved. J hat a cony or these resold
Hons be sent to thu family of our de
ceased sister, spread on the minutes of
tnu lodge, and piionsneii in tue sax ,iv
tiimi) uoiirami iiecoru 01 tue nnigiit
and j.nu es 01 tionor.
Ilcsncctfully and fraternally submit
ivKirriHR " .7 .7.. niraNrcmicn
The M enlnif's llnlertnliiiiieiil roiinitence Willi tarry IhMily's erslnn of tho lailKhablo Act.
CONVERSATION BY WIRE,
ClIAItAtTKIlH IIV Till! IXIMI'ANY.
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, - - - In songsantl dancos.
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON, ' - '- - - "In Songs of tho "Day
John. THE BAKERS, Lou.
In one or tlielr rclllicd lV( lilies, eiiUIU.I:
FUN IN A PRINTING OFFICE.
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
LARRY DOOLY, In his creation of the Aged Darkey
Hccuiiil Week ami lllir Puceeas or
Miss Marie Ycstvali,
Trnnn- Ulrinilf NmHiy. In 0Mniili n'n.llilt.im In Uimh dltlcrmt linfniiun. Tlx. r.nnKnh
mm iittiinn. i.-vh-i.)iH' rp'tty rn m n' UJiiKiiiii.) i.-iwinutuurncvnip.uro ncti
Miss MONA VALADE,
Tho Times of Tuesday last report
tight between A. Wallace and myself,
which It Is snld grew out of n dllllcnlty
about rent. For once this paper was
nearly right. It was because Wallaco
owed me it month's rent for my house,
$1 for cigars and rent for the use of the
water works, wnen 1 asked nim ror tue
money soveral times 10 always refused
and when I went to turn oft the water
he started to attack mo with two locks,
but did not L'o further. He met mo
itaudluer's after I had been to the Water
Work olllco to notify them to tako olf
tno water, anu wnue 1 was talking to
some friends he attacked me. In the
light hu was used up, while I had not
a scraicu or oruisc. inu taw win at
tend to Mr. Wallace's case for using my
IIOUSO. AUI1UST SCllWAltTZ.
Klsowhero will bo found the advertise
mcnt of tho New York Sun. It Is a
newspaper which In fact thlncs for all,
and It without doubt gives more nows
for leas money than any of the other
metropolitan newspapers. Agents are
oll'ereil splendid Inducements In connec
tion with premiums oll'ereil by tho Sun,
Itead the advertisement.
Foil Down In a Fit.
A man named Wilkin, while standing
lit the corner of Commerce and Alamo
s-rcett, opposite the Two Ilrotlier.i. this
morning, foil down In an epileptic lit.
He bruised his cheek and nose severely.
URlcers Fitzhenry and JlcHorley con
veyed me man 10 mo i;iiy Drug-store,
IMMS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
t. HtMMrt .... .... , .Ilrsiarss Man Ansa
hursflay, Friday, Saturday, and Snuflay, November 5, 6, 7 & 8.
i. , n I. M.I
In Songs and Dancos
CARROLL AND BARRY. -""
New Hpcrliitlr. tnlnHlileliur tlielr favorite Nonas unit Ilnneos, "TOM 1110 linn"
.IKIII S.M.VM l'i
In sorio comic soloctions
Second Week and Tremendous Mil of The Phenomlnal Clown Specialist,
fornix Tiv lj
Juirirliitir hikI MiuiIiiIhiIiik tn nil i
I hi ii" If new,
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss M0LLIE BARRY,
iTHtnl fitriiti ImnjrltiutiU'; sAplnnlntr tiiKin ihouixm
hilon,f plmi.nir rmirlartrotln imn mono tlmo .
l hikI nrlirlniil,; iM'intf ilioimlr artUtllmt hasevo
nirlctly liirltiii)iitiy net, untnjf nu tncchanlitil turans
Jigs, Reels, otc.
Tho Polito Sorio-Comic
ccmi.l Wixk iim I Illtr Hit. of t?m (treat nml my,
MISS I..AJJRA, ASHBY,
1 MiUHtieiniriAiiui tno n
I. Th.- nt.U jt.ly In lh- orM liilnnii
it I timny oiImt imw iiihI ikim I fvnin. I
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON,
In Budgot of Songs
Miss LOU BAKER,
Miss MONA VALADE,
In Song and Danco
Heentld Wn-k nil, I lllv SliinM, or Ihe llreat
"XT" Ei ST VALI.
'Trim Alhttttlr No
Miss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Soloctions
f II.VKK IIKl.t.S
The liole lo Mineliiili, w ill, Juliii linker's runny Comely In one act, entitled'
San Antonio by Gas Light.
Characters by tho Entlro Company.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9th,
, ,.,,, r ,e Kr,. .r..h .. ,.,a. QQ NELLY & DREW.
Return of the Favorites, Tim Starin Debbie Ricklin
lii) Nut. mil llii-w N. Moikiiii In lilsirrenl setKiilluiiul IlnekoHls Ilrumm entitled:
" BROCKY MORGAN. "
) luv trn'iu May iila imiku aixi mi
Semporium of fashion.I
This Establishment, Is now neplcto with All tno Novelties for tho
Fnll and Winter1 Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can ho eocn In Mack nnd Colored, l'laln and Ilrooadcd. Caiainiercs (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, rierges, etc. Camel Ilalr ami Wool .Sat
eens. Velvet and Vcltetecns In nil colors, plain and brooaded. Slllc
l'ongecs. Ores I'lalds In single and doiiblo widths, and
jiaTTrliiimlngs to suit all Dress Goods."s
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
lie Is now showing tho largest stock of Kid OIotbs, Mlts, I.acea anil Fancy Goods
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
ho has an endless varloty and cannot be undersold.
Fail and Winter Millinery
All tho latc't Tall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Humes, Tips, Illbbons and Trimmings will be found
thero. Thl department Is under flrst-otass artistes,
who will please tho tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling, Domostlo Prints, Ginghams. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other tiilug which were very extensively
purchased by hi agents was tho most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods houso In Texas.
Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
rdlks, and can ho also glvo tho greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Novembers CaBslano Cepeda, Second
ward, stillborn! Ilrown, colored, still
born; Virginia Qulntcro, 33 years, ty
phoid fever. Second ward; Juunltn Her-
iianuez, consumption, J) irst ward. I whero tie was promptly attended to,
.ovcmDcr jsorclso Cardenas, aged I U
seven days, meningitis, First ward; Mar- -Every llrst-olass dealer sells Opera
K,"f.. ,,a,u,pc.rt 7l. Jcarsi 'W'O'ilc bron- lMns olgarottes Avoid Injurious liii'.
chltls, 'third ward, tatlons.
tno latest patterns, ITInoo Albert. Cutaway. Kroek and Back 'unit.
largo itii.t coinnleto stock of Laillot', Misses', Mon's and Hoys'
uraois, in tno latest ;
, full stool; ot Ueutlomuu's Furiiltlilnit Uoods.
i of Hlcuon Sou and SUIT MsU.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ills Kuralturo Donartmnnt in oomnlotn with HouidiioM (lo.l. i
s ana nmu rrwr buiw. .Moiuur rftrior uiti. walnut and
CitrUlns, Wimtow tlluulus, 1
Dcna lor suuipius,
n 1 ho will suit ovorybody
Ojuntry orjoru UlloJ promptly ami satlsfaotlon tfuarantood.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.