Newspaper Page Text
Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Only $5 aYear.
'Red Cross' Whiskey
Harry Baum & Co
Volume V. Number 264.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1885.
an Antonio Light
.Titsl Received : Tlio largest and ilnest (elected stock of Hoys ntnl
We desire nlso call special nttcntlon. that wo curry tlio most elegant stock or
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
lnmir I.wlles dros3 goods department every vnrlety of tlio latest styles and
liaterna can lie seen. An Inspection la nsked by our lady customers.
Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
J. H. MARQUART,
-i-noi-nirroii or Tim-
No. 1 7 Soledad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
tTA S9UIKI slock Custom ork I" select fiimi, ooiislstlnir or llio Ilnest and laim-st
MixkiifhCIIODUIIOV Mint:: AND (lAITllllS Met seen In tills market, anil It In. of In-
tcicst f..r l.ojoxn.l .H '' UK'. Miui.liiia.l.. CM. ril.ACII ANII llfnilNI Sillily ANII
IIAITI'.IIH. IIAI.MOIIAI. (t.Afl! AMI IIUTIONI (lAITKIIK, (III. (IIIAIN (luce ami l.lltti.ii).
1'llHi n-Moil wnikn specialty In all brunches. A lino lot of liiriro-slii, I ' ror men, to bo miM
tit lediici-il lutes. Tliese (roods must lie scon to ho iiiiicilutcd.
CEO, H. KALTCYER, B. J. MAUERMANIt, W, E. JONES. C.B
Pmldsnl. Secrelsry. Supt. Mi
Alamo Cement Co,,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comonts, Comont Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported
anil llomcst o Cements. White I.lme, llulr, I lustoratul l.lilnilic- I lues, iiur lenient l
lyroillco ami Warehouses, Ni
f.w. McAllister & bro.
201. tO! AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COR. V1LUTA,
HAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
Wo aro Wholesalo anil ltetatl Dealers In Austin
Whlto Lttne, Ilest Ilrands of Hark Itnscndalo and
Imported Knailsh Portland Cements, I'lnste
Paris, anil bona (lout Hair, anil would ask j
call, or wrlto us, for prices liefore purchasing olso
where, l'leaso mention this paper.
Oysters, Fish, and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz'a Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tlio Passongor Depot, on Austin Strcot.
Constantly on lintid, a good supply of Kino Imported anil Domestlo l.lmiora,
Wines and Cigars, I'ollto and attentive barkeepers. Everything llrst-elnss In
" JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor.
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
NO II CO.MMIIItCi: STltlX.T, WII.I, l'OSITIVCI.V HUM, YOU
(tJito Willi ltlco, Ilorn.U
Hardware, Paints (Glass, Etc.
Stoves, Tinware, House Urnlshing Goods.
... i sou; aqknts roit I ....
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on
33 and 35 West Commerce Street,
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU AF1E IN TOWN.
Tho Rosult of tho Election in New
Arreitof Knights of Labor In St, Louis
Chlneso Matteri.-A Dof.iuttlng
Cashler.-Tha Walku Case.
N'kw Yoiik. November A, The fillet
Interest In election III this city wn-s In
Ilia three-eornereil eontest between
Tammanv Hall. Iho County Deinnorney
anil the Itepitlillenna for the city and
County onices. I niumany nan came on
victorious, and Is correspondingly Jubi
lant. That hnily Is particularly pleased
at hnvlng seeurul Iho Slier I Unity , which
Tory rat olllce. 1 lie total vote on
Hherlll In tho city Is Urnnt, Tantinnr.y,
C7.0.H9; Jacobus, Itepubllcnn, Kifi.ll;
v lino, (. ounty I'cniocrncy, ii.i.aii. ror
County Clerk. Klenan, Iho present In-
mbent, tins tieen tioiicn iy nana:, ine
unmnny nominee. The lolal olo on
tho olllce stands: Flack, Tainiiinny.
1; linebel, licpubllcnn, ii.i.tnn;
lan, County Demoornoy, ilj;i'.i:i.
manv has elected Noonoy, Its enn-
dldato for President of the Hoard r Al
dermen, He polled 7I.lt HI vote"; Aslen,
Kcpubllcnn, n.i.wi, anil iiayion, i.ouiuy
Uemocraoy, tl'.i,OI2. Tho complexion of
the newly eleeled Hoard of Aldermen
will bo seven elected by the County
Democrats, eight bv Tammany Hall and
live by the united letnoernts, Willi four
Helium cans. 1 ho members elcuteil bv
the united Democrat aro of the County
Democracy antecedents. Of tlio three
coroners elected Levy, .Mignt anil
Detnorcst, tho two llrst nnnieii were
Tammany Hall candidates. The result
on the Supreme Court: Sedgwick, lie
publican; on common pleas. Hook Lover,
I'ltv Judire. McAdains'. Tainniany and
Krllch County Democracy.
St. Loin. M",. November 4. I be po
lice authorities gave out tills afternoon
that they last night arrested Davlil Kee
nan, 1. W. SearB, I'. S. Hums. W. Woa
ther and .Master Workman Plnkerton,
of the Knights of Labor, all flrcjt rail-
way men ror being im menu it in mo
recent explosions on tho street ear
tracks. Another innn, nanicd .lohti
Shaughnessy, was arrested ibis niter
noon, and Iho police now think they
have tho entire gang. Those, men are
all strikers and Knight of Labor, and
weru arrested at 21 ill ( ass avenue, Iroui
which place they directed their opera
tions, and where n quantity of caps nnd
dynamite were found. They purchased
no uynauiue in i.nuinviur, uy muiic
rurnlshed by the KnlKhts of Labor, os
tensibly to buy food for the strikers'
families, but tho police chlm to havo In
formation tnat the omens knew it was
to purchase cxploslvts. The tneii bnve
confessed their connection with the
plot to destroy railroad property, and
they will be prosecuted to tho extent
of the law.
WAxiitsriTON, November B. The Gov
ernor of Ytnshncton 'territory vester
day telegraphed Secretary Lamar that
the citizens of Tneouin had expelled
about aw Chinese iroui (lie city limits
The Governor then telegraphed the
local authorities at Taeoma niklne; If
t lev could preserve onler, lie, was m
formed that order had not been per
fectly preserved, nor nan there tieeti
serious trouble. Another telei'rum from
Mayor ofSaetlln says that In view of tho
outbreak at Taeoma trouble was appre
hended. The Chinese In the Territory
have made an urcent appeal to the unv
crnor for protection, and a proclamation
has been Issued, calllnt; upon nil citizens
to assist In preserving order. This ac
tion was reported to-day to Secretary
Lamar, and nfler a conference with Iho
President, a tcleerant was sent I
Governor of Washington Territory, ap
proving ttie issuance 01 his procinrnn
tlon. and directing hitu to use ail means
In his power to prevent further trouble
San Fuanciico, November B. Infor
mation has been received here Unit M.
L. White, fnreiuau of McPherson's
raisin ranch, two miles east of Oranges,
l.os Anireles County, was ntlnekeil w
about lit) Chinamen In the tlnevard
whllo picking Krnpes Tuesiliu While
defended himself until eliiht white men
worklne near by came to his resoitv with
shovels. All the Chinamen lied to their
camii. wlilth tliev fort lied, and armed
theniselvcB with pistols. Tho boss
Chlnaiiian called on the McPhersnn
Itros. and asked them to discbartii
White, which thev refused to do. Scl
eral Chinamen were discharged and the
rest sent to work. '1 bo alialrcreated In
tense excitement among the whlto peo.
pie in mat section.
Jackson. Mich.. November B.U eslo
Hnrcbnrd, cashier of tho Fanners' Han
at Grass Lake, Is missing, being a do
fau tcr to the amount of SIK.wx).
was In the habit of taking axj or :!IM
at a time, until t no nmouut rencneii
$10,000,.whcn he would make a prom
Issorv note and sign Pratt & llurchard
ami men laistty it in tno smiemeui.
When confronted by the dlreotors '1 uci
day, ho acknowledged having done
wrong, but promised to make the nmnuii
good, lie was not arresteit, ami disan
pearod that night. It Is thought that
tno lunus were sunk in wuu sneouin
Hons In Texas, llurchard Is over 50
years old, and tins a wlfo and grown
Kmiohu, Kas.,;Novcmber8. Tho Jury
in too n nihil)! case nave not )ei ro
turned a verdict, and tho belief Is gen
eral that It will not agree. It Is sun
nosed to stand live for conviction and
seven for acquittal. Laiku Tho lurv In
tho Walkup case Is still out at Ibis hour
(tip. in.), aim it is tnougiit mat it can
not acreo. It Is rumored Hint live of tho
Jurors stand for conviction nnd'seven for
acquittal. j tue jury lias neen on
nearly 3ij hours wllhout reaching n con
elusion, it is prooauie mat no ngreetnen
will be arrived at, and a new trial wll
be the result, which would be a matter
or general disappointment and regret
Iteportcd expressly for tho I.KluT by H.
Floyd li Co., 21 Holtdud street:
Cuictno, November IS. Vlieat aell
Pecemtr ". Corn firm. Ikccnilifi . lb
Pork steiuly, Janiniiy, nisi, Ijii-ii sleail)
I I ICRS. ,ll,il lieiul. Milpmel
THE FIRE ALARM.
New Syttem for Alarms- Proposals for
Electric Alarm Syttem. ,
Tlio Interest In tho Fire Department '
as a factor In the welfare and safely of
our city has led ninny of the leading
luliids of tho city, nnd particularly I limo
iited with the nduilnhtrallnn of
c nllalrs of tlio city. In attempt to per-
t plans Hint will improve the system
general. The recent disastrous results
suiting from the Imperfect lire alarm
tern now In tiso In tho city has been a
great mover In lending public thought
wnrds this I nproveuicnt, and our lire
rtetors liato at last made a mine In
the right direction. Al a recent meet
ing they decided to Inaugurate the fol
low Ing plan of action for the direction of
io department in Iho event or llres :
When a lire breaks out In tho I bird
Fourth Wauls, on the east stile of
the river, only the nlarm Irom the engine
house on Hint side of tho river will hu
sounded, and only tlio lira companies
upon that side will attend the lire. The
same ruin w III apply to llres on tho west
tue nt mo river, in mo i irsi anil .-H'couit
ards. In case of urgent necessity, a
general alarm wilt bo given.
i ma is an men mat Aiueruinn i ritr.
hrelner. one of the Fire Directors, has
been working on for Iho Inst cur, ami Is
u very simple method to prevent the
cotifitlon occasioned by tho alarms being
sounded from all the wards, which, In
any cases, liavo occasioned grave mis
takes. Alderman Srhrelner is also In
favor of having an electric tiro alarm
system as soon as It can ho established,
and has kindly furnished tho Linnr with
tho following correspondence directed
to tlio City Council In relation to Iho cs-
auiisninent ot such a aysiem :
The lloniiriil.l. t 111 tiiiiiiell. Him Aulimlo:
Uknti.mik.x-I saw by Iho papers that
some person had ollercd to place a lire
arm system in mis city ior tno sum ot
.sssi, t lerewiiii suumii nun res ior a
complete sjrti'111, anil would no pre
pared in enter into contract alter von
shall liavo entertnlnid the matter In
Council. cry rcspcotlully, etc.
T. ii . .Mil III UN.
il.t "A lust. IIHeTi I. & Teli plimic I
otnl cost Hi) boxes $:!.bU
Probably less the sum on num
ber ot poles used 9I10
rubablv lesit the sum on bell-
Tobablv less the sum on live
boxes, larizo 'J'iO 00
Probably less the sum on or by
using small uoxes mu w
Wheat, 11.UU bushels t Corn, U'i.uvo
New YnitKtNmfiiijcr ft.-Fpots uulet a
steady. Middling-, D,s Futures cuiy, NuVl.
tier, lK4tt.SI s llecembcr, VStwuMi Jiiuiia
Wlnatl ai l elirtuiry, U.ft.M).Kl; Mareli, li.ll
D.ICI: April, ti.UWl.Nl May, u.hm Ksi Ju
u.iwstto.oo; July, io.twt Auuust, lu.l.v,n.l!i.
I.lvuieudU November a.- Hoots, 'lull, in
dllnir, s 3-iodt Orleans, 6 Mild. Hales, 7.UX):
bales! receipts, MIX! bulok. Futuies. Hut
November-December, S.IH Ilectiiil'er-Jniiu
a rr, , J an u ary. r e u r 11 a ry, 0.OS.
NewVoiik, November 5. Stock mnrliet
"or!Jl?!r,c',"t'.r''.1';!1 ' "elawaroaml biickawan.
...ii, ct. Hill,
Sunsst Hois Comasnv
The regular meeting of tho Sunset
Hose Company will take plaoo next
Wednesday, November 11. A full at
tendance of members requested. 11-0-L't
Less S 015 CO
l or complete lire: alarm systiin, plant,
ppnrnttiA, gungs, bell-strikes battery,
wire, polos, anus, etc.
Except bell for alarm to public, as follows:
To cover territory from Sunset depot,
i within three blocks of San Pedro
Snr inrs. thence to l-lores street. Inter.
latiouai a nil ureal .nrineni ireigui
It-not to Arsenal and Mission Garden,
roitrtii ii aril scnooi nouso, uonau
street snunru. South street. Alamo street
.miiiiii street ami rniiroau.
'oles ! leet long, four Inches nt
top, cross arms two feet long,
painted, oak pins and brackets,
llrst-class poles to bo set threo
to three one-half feet In ground 77." 0X1
If less than 'iuO poles be used the
city to retain i per poie ior
number not used. If over W)
poles bo used the city to pay $:i
lor each additional bole. .So. II
gtlvnnl.ed 11 11 wlro COO 00
11 over -ii limes be iiscit me city
to pay per luilu additional.
If less than 20 miles bo used tho
surplus to bo turned over to the
city fol future lieu without fur
One bell-striker for 30(H) pound
bell wit i rsi cells jallerv com
plete ISO 00
i no city to retain iuu u a oeii-
striher tor a iiuu pound ueit win
siilllue. Tho city tit pay $100
additional If a striker lor a bell
weighing over IIU00 pounds be
required Thirty street boxes,
large, with Inside lock box, test
magnets, bell, switch nnd test
key arranged so box can be
tested electrically or mechani
cal v without sounding the
alarm bell 1,070 00
Tho city to retain $00 each for
any less nutuuer. l uu city to
pay $00 each for any greater
number. In lieu of these largo
boxes, 130 smaller boxes with
clock-work for break-wheel,
lightning arrester and test koy,
said to bo equally as good mill
as serviceable as larger boxes,
$11100. City to retain $110 each
lor a less number and to pay $ 10
each for a larger number. 1'ivu
gonus. 15 Inches bell complete
tor engine house 175 00
Total $3,070 00
The Honorable Clt I'.mmil, Snu Antonio;
Ukx.id.mkx We can probably arrange
saiisiactorv raio ior ti e c tv s icic-
phones If tho number needed and loca
lion ne given.
Wo think we can give you a rale on
telephones to hu used on street corners
in ueu ot tiro alarm uoxes. ami nccessi
bio only to holders of keys to outer
ooxes, it you would listen io n propose
lion ot mis naiuro.
Tho K. T. and T. lo..
J. K, I)t mia K, General Superintendent
Jolly Twelve Hop.
The hop given last night by the Jolly
1-J Social Club at Prof. Unfits White
head's Dancing Academy, was attended
by a select though not largo number of
mcmuers, meir indies and guests, .ot
Inrelll's excellent string band was It
attendance, and their music was espe.
daily lino for Iho dance steo. The Com
mlttee of Arrangements having the
Poor Gat A Cruel Mother Tho Pearson
Case Confederate Vcterani-Notes.
r..llt"r Hsu .nt..M.l.llil;
AtmtN, November 5, ISM. For the
past month citizens of Austin have been
very much vexed at the Inferior light
that has been furnished by the new
Water Gas Company of this city. It Is
really but little Improvement on the tal
low candles; of our grandfalhers' days.
This company furnishes about one-half
our city lamps, and unless they Im
prove very materially, an effort will be
to to got tun c ouncil to auopi l no on
ml taper system. In the way of an Im
woman oi imsi-iiy, imisey rowier,
e alleged mistress ot Joe Fowler, who
as hung some three years since In New
exlco. Is tho mother of n bright little
girl of about eight year of age. This
oinnn compens uer cuiiii io remain
ion the streets nil night selling Mow ers,
io visits the lowest dens of Infamy,
ml can bo seen upon the streets of
ustiii until ino doors oi toe last oar-
otii are closed. Her father, before bo
as executed, lclt tills child fX.'W
pon certain conditions. Iho clillil
linuld be taken from this woman and a
unrdlnn nppolnlcd to look after her
A lurv has been obtained In the Pear
son trial, and tho witnesses are being
ant. I lie testimony is damaging in
he defendant. To look nt tho Jury one
Oli d not take them to be a chicken-
hearted set. Pearson's own relatives
aro the most damaging witnesses against
Tho committee appointed by the Hoard
of Trustees of tho John 11. Hood Camp,
'nnfedcrnta veterans, for tho liuriiosc of
drafting an address to the people of tho
I'nltcd Stntcs asking contributions to
the laudable undertaking, held a meet
ing yesterday In this city. Tho address
wan drawn up anil puunsncd in mu
Statesman this morning. Contributions
re In be rorwarited lo Jiaior .ionn r.
Krackcnrldgc, of tho First Nntlonnl
Hank, who has kindly consented to be-
ome cusioiiian ot tno Minus iicionging
o tho Home.
While the committee was still In ses
sion thev received n happy surprise
irom -it a or iiraohcnriiigo, which iscuar-
Ttstlo or Ibis irontlemau-s over
ly charity and nobility of soul,
whenever appealed to in a proper cause.
member of the commltteo hnd
been sent to Inquire if tho Major
would consent to become cus
todian or the Camp's funds, and he
verv readllv replied, "ves. sir: and I
w 111 do moro than that. 1 will donate 12
acres of land on the south side of the
cltv on which to erect thu Confederates'
Home, 1 ins donation is a princely gin
n tse I. 1 no land reierrcd to is one oi
tho most beautiful sites overlooking Hit
cltv. and is wortli manv thousand dob
lars, i ne generous iiooor nas uy tins
noble act placed himself In Iho lienrts nf
the people, over to bo remembered with
ncere gratiiuue and veneration.
.Homo lliiin airo tho Uavmond House
nnd tho houses of several Chinamen
ro robbed here. To-day Sergeant of
i ce. .ionn mennev no arrcsicu me
robber, who Is a negro named John
vt nstiington, anas "juonKey .ionn.
Last Sunday nicht an aged colored
woman by thu iiniuo ofTempey Miller,
nc tlio victim oi n snu misiiap.
I'll roil uli some means unknown, her
clothes had caught lire, and when sue
was discovered sue wasaiiuosiiienuucu.
Her entire body was sadly burned and
blistered. Dr. A. II. Nealo was called
In and ndmlulstered soma medicines to
her. but ho knew that the old adv's
hours were numoereu. one uien jion
day morning nt 0 o'clock.
iss MOLLIE BARRY,
ISSVIRGIE JACKSON, - -John.
FUN IN A
iss LAURA ASH BY,
LARRY DOOLY, In his creation of the Aged Darkey
Hct 1 Wil l, mid III Huco-s of
Miss Marie Ycstvali,
Trim All'inlli- Now It). In Oi-cnitlo rt-ii.tltlnlis In tlini dim-rent Irtturiinires.
Miss MONA VALADE, - - In sorio comic soloctions
Second Week and Tremendous Hit of The PhenominaT Clown Specialist,
1'innlc Tin Vs xttu Timihimim: .M anii'Im.tuin, Jnif)i,tNfl, Rimn.i ini, Ktp.
rtillnir Hint Miiiiiiuihiihiv hi nil mihimht iukI rnnim Imutfliiiitilot hnlnntntr upon tlio liamU
ktn- , Mlsowmiinl Mirit-, a tul hi ttMivlualim, HnnlMir luurliirtrullii puns Htmia tlmu uikiii
iiiisIn iiiiI ivh.mi.iiMiiI ji ik'w, iiiiI nnd (trtiflnut,. iM-ititf Urn only artlut Unit hai vrcr
iipllfhiHi lUvnu MoiKlrrlnllrU'kft. A ntrlttly U trltlitnitv mt, lulnir no incchaoicHl iitomtm.
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, -
allalr In charge consisted of Messrs
Louis Ktafle!. Enill Frnnk. Fred Mnver.
Louis l'rankel and J. I,. Kocnlgsbergcr,
Among inose in atienuanco wo
following: Ladles Misses F.restl
DlnaH Scliwarz, Paullta nnd Marl
WollV. Annie Ilcuslnircr. I.lllin Mnver.
Tlllle Qucntlier, Minnie Duerler, Ksther
Koentgsberger. Helen flecker, Edna
Truax, Helen Veltli and llcrtha Frank.
Gentlemen Charles and George Chabot,
Andrew Htovens, A. Homers', Emll
Frank, Fred Mayer, T. Woltl, Fritz
Kdehler, I.onls l'rankel, Jttdali Itobln
son, (ius Morltz.I. L. Kocnlgsbergcr, C.
Scliell and a Lioiit reporter.
Every llrst clan dealer soils Opera
rolls olgarcttes Avoid Injurious Imitations,
Our Liberal Wator-Workt Company,
It is n positive assertion on tho pnrt
f tho Water-works Company that the
company, in Its rates and treatment of
oonsuiners, is one oi too inosi uiierai in
the country, this is an easy assertion
to iiinke, because the general pubiio arc
unable to contradict mo same; oui nicy
nuot lie In t h nk ng that. If such Is t lic
ense, ivulcr Is certainly an expensive
xil rv. the fact Is that the expenses
of tho Water-works Company of this
city aro among the lightest or any In the
1 ii 1 1 i-il states, except where thev de
liver water by gravitation; nnd yet the
rates are among me very uigucsi, not
withstanding anv assertion to the con
trarv. Private companies everywhere
are apt to be more exacting than where
tno worKS aro owned uy mo municipal,
itv. but for the Information of the pub'
no, 111 orucr iu uiuKO a proper cuuinut
between the rates In this city and Hint
of others whero the water supply Is In
mo nanus ot private tmriics, mo ioiiow
jng rates are published of the town of
crawiordsvuie, inn.: ino company iur
nlsbcs water for six drliiklng-rountnlns
freo to tho city, and also water for all
tho city school-houses, publlo buildings
anil cnurcues wiinoiii cost, ino ciiy
pays $0,000 for 125 hydrants, and S35 per
vear for all additional hydrants. Thus
It will be seen that the boasted liber
ality of tho San Antonio Water- orks
company is a inyiu uini our oiiurcu
trustees can well attest to. U, llbcralltyl
thy name is not sail Antonio vt ater-
n orks company.
War Among Aristocrats.
Mr. Frank Merlto, a Mexican gentle
man, with a German wife, had a inon
key and parrot time ot It, with n colored
woman, named Winnie Lucas, who
comes Irom Austin. W nnlo H a wash
er woman, and occupies it mansion on
tno same premises wuu mr. Jierito,
though situated In tho rear of his palace
A ditch crosses the yard and divides the
fatuity mansions, a loot-ortuge over
the ditch connects me two plantations
A dispute arose bctwern the two wo
men. Winnie and Mrs. Merlto, about the
family wash bill; and Winnie, armed
with two flat-irons, held the bridge and
threatened destiuctlon to Mrs, and Mr.
Merlto If they should venture upon her
domains with other than peaceable In
tent. She also used somo hard language
toward Mrs. M.,and told her she was
no " 'rlstocrat." An allldavlt was made
forthwith bv Mr. Merlto against Winnie,
ami tho liecorder settled the case this
morning, bv tlnloir Winnie live dollars.
Wlnnlo says she will make a counter
ehnrirn ncalnst Air. Merlto for threaten
ing her with a pistol, and otherwise
Cross ss s Betr,
Possibly It Is because vou havo a ner
vous headache. Thousands of people
have nervous headaches w hich generally
proceed from bad digestion. V ou know
how cross It makes them. Mr. G. U. Pat
terson, of Oxford, N. C, had nervous
neauaone one uay in each week, II
writes. "I have been using Drown
Iron Hitters and Iiml It an excellent
tonlo. it entirely cured me,"
I M MS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
dMMK " .... .... .lll'SINKSS Manaokh
MoitilAN Aml'semknt IiiurcTon
HANK ... l.tAutu or OiiciirsiiiA
huTsflay, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Novemlier 5, 6, . & 8
mtii nr." " . ..: "".rL.1...JL niiAXirmTictt
l.wninir'it HiilrrttiiniiH iil foiuini'mi'it with Uirry IhHily'H i rlon of thfl IrtURhatilo Actt
CONVERSATION BY WIRE,
( iiAitArran iiv Tin: oimpanv.
.uu hi: . ! .i i.AiiiM.r hhsi iiAiti.i.
In songs and dances.
In Songs of tlio Day
r tlielr refined skelelies, elillllol:
P R I N T I N G OFFI Q E.
In Songs and Dances
Here ttiey Cmiiel Who
CARROLL AND BARRY,
"TOM IHO llllK"
Jigs, Rools, otc.
Tlio Polito Sorio-Comic
s. .-..nd w,h k and III lilt, of Hie (lrcnt and only,
MISS LAURA AS II BY,
i-iit (irieiitai Jiiinriinir and ii.iiiiiieinirniiso ino wonuerrtii japn
n, l 'II nlv U.- m He- World liilrudii'
, mid mini)' other new ami nmcl reals. I
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON,
lliclllir ttie Woltilerflll Font of lluluiiclnir Flvo
In Budgot of Songs
Miss LOU BAKER,
Miss MONA VALADE,
In Song and Danco
s.im.l link mid 111 Hiim-i-m, or the (treat
r VoctttUatlom. 1. TrouMe i
Miss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Selections
. Hlt.Vr.ll IIIU.I.H
Tin- hot.- to com liiile llli Julin linker's I'limi)- Comedy 111 onu act, untltlcll
San Antonio by Gas Light,
Char-actors by tho Entlro Company.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER Oth,
r ,r'"'" " DO NELLY & DREW.
Return of tho Favorites, Tim Starln Debbie Rlcklin
Moii.ln Nov. tilli Hie.,. N. Morirnn III lilsirreat sensntlonid llnckwoods llriuna, entitleit
Fir I iipiM ti
iilrtHluciKu tin iri lit It nK
. nlNO tlio ffmit MayxiIo Duucu ami hU
EMPORIUM OF FASHI0N.
This Einblisliinont 13 now neploto with All tho Novelties fop tlio
Fall nnd winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Mack nnd Colored, IMaln nnd llrooaded. Cnsstmeres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
l'ongees. Press Fluids In single nnd double widths, and
loTTrlmmlngs to suit all Dress Goods.-!
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing tho lnrgcst stock of Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces anil Fancy Goods
ior i,aiues ami uuureii ever urougiii io our ciiy. in biik Hosiery
he lias an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tho latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of Bonnota and Hats,
Ostrich riumes. Tips, Itlbbons nnd Trimmings will bo found
nits department is under iirst-otass artistes,
who will please tho tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cutton Goods,
Tow-clings, Domestlo I'rlnts, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among tho other things which wero very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho uiost magnlllcent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspealal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks, nnd can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Slioes and Hats
Ills stK!k of l'.ill mil Winter Clothlno- la tho lftrucst over Lrouffht to Toina, nnd cm-
A very lanru niu i
brums. In tiioluU'it i attorn, I'i
very uinru una cmiimeio
gliof ana Moots. A full line C iStetaon Hoft ana fUll Huts.
aiiq n lull itocK ot ueiuio.ium' Furnitiunjt: Uooas.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ill Furolturo DopartiuDiit Is complete with U JtitohoM Onodi, ana be will tutt ovorylioUy
In thu line. Araonyotli'jr irouls we if titl l'luult Panor Hulls, Mohair l'arlor Sulti, Walnut and
AtU Htslnmm Hutu, Wnnlrobf), :iilr. H..ltr ItnitieU and ing mtn CarpuU, llugt, Mattlnir,
Curtulun, Wltirtow uba lui, IHo. Country orlir UUod promptly ana sutlsfdotlon yuarantvou,
bona fur iiiniplcB,
Main tlaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.