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Dengue Fever Foiled
'Red Cross Whiskey
Harry Baum & Co.,
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V. Number 266.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
The San Antonio Light
Jml deceived : Tlie largest ami tlneet solected stock of Hoys mul
We dcslro nlio cnll special attention, that wo curry tlio most clrRiitit stuck of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Lnilles drca goods department every variety of tlio latest ttyles anil
patents can bo ece.i. An Inspection is asked by our lnily ouatotucro.
Main and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to burin
with bout nwiimnoiliitlonfi,
J. H. HARQUART,
-rimi'iuirriiR or Tim-
No. 1 7 Soledad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
Xtr fLIi.tuo Mock of Ciiliui work to select from, confuting of Hie flne.t and unrct
stuck irtC1IOlfrlltV KlIOKS AMI 11 AITKIM cor seen In this market, and It Mill ho of In
terest for bujs and joullis to riv me. IIiuiil ti uilo CAI.F I.AC'11 AN II HUTTON) HIIOISS ANII
(lAt rr.HS, IIAI.MOUAI, (LACi: ANII IIUTTON) QAlTlIlt!!, (III. lllt.MN dace and l.ulldnl.
Fine acwed work a specialty In lit) brunt-he-. A tine lot nf lnrirc-flzo ImkiU for men, to le mild
at reilueeil rates. Tlicno itihhIs mii.t l.n su it In l.u ii.ircctilteil.
The body of a Murderod Meiican Found
in the San Antonio River.
Saturday afternoon another mysteri
ous crime came to light. About :l o'clock
youth, named Oetram. who was on a
hunting trip, cntno near the upper
punip-liouse nt tho head of Sun Antonio
Itlver. His gao fell upon n body Moat
ing uloie to the bank, lie at once went
the pump-house and telephoned to
police beailipiarters tho naturo nf his
discovery. Justice Anton Adams and
unstable Under wcro soon on the
cene of the dlsi.ter with n Jury.
he body was then taken out of the
ater and brought to the shore. After
carrying the dead body some instance,
It underwent n vigorous examination.
'he body proved to be that of a man
ho was barefooted, wid his shirt
was thrown our Ids hend. It bting
dark a lire was started and by the light
of the llatno It was discovered that a
foul crime had been oiiminllled. llehlnd
e lett ear. near tlio buso of the skull.
eru to wounds cutting Into the brain,
one of them being nn Inch and a half
deep and oilier tureo incurs. uiu
wound were Indicted by some blunt
Instrument, nnd the blows must hate
liccn dealt trout neninii. i n uecenn u
, Mexican, stoutly tiullt, about -J
old and about live feel, seven
Inches In height and weighed about 100
pounds. Ills feature!, were massive,
es gray, liair union, ami ycrj i""!5
aek moustache and short whiskers.
Ho was dressed In a new brown ihtck
shirt, with blue stripes and brown duck
ing panis, i ne pocacis oi which ere
torn out. The budy must havo lain In
lie water lor some time, ns tlecouiposi
Ion wus rapidly selling In. The mur
dered man was taken to the pour-houso,
nnd was kept yesterday until latu In the
evening, when It was Interred. During
that time some 21 or 110 persona viewed
the body trying to Identify the
GEO. H KALTEYEI1, B, J. MAUERMANN, W.E.JONES. C. BAMBEl
p'reildent. Secretary. Supt. Manager
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Contents, Comoitt Walks and Groy Lime
Hydraulic Luno and Building btono, also Dealers in Imported
ami Domestic. Cements, White Mine, llalr. l'l isteratul Chimney Hues. Our Cement Is used
In the Construction of the New State Ciipllnl.
tomco and Wim-houses, Nos. 207 and 201 Acoqula Street. Wmks and Quarry near
f. w. McAllister & bro.
HI, 101 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COK. VILUTA,
SAN ANTONIO, TF.XAS.
Wc are Wholesale and Hctail Dealers In Austin
White Lime, Host H rands of Dark Hosendalo and
Imported Knjillsh Portland Cements, Plaster of
Paris, and Vong Oout llalr, and would ask ou
call, or write ui, for prices beforo purchasing eli
where. Please mention this paper.
Oysters, ITisJi and Game,
jRiverside Cafe Restaurant!
Scholz'a Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposito tlio Passonger Depot, on Austin Street.
Constantly on band, a good sunnlv of Fine Itnnortcd and Dnmeatln T.lminrn
Wines nnd Cigars, I'ollte and attentive barkeepers. Kvcrythlng llrst-clnsa In
' JOHNGUHMAHN, Proprietor,
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
SHEETS - -
NO tlCOMMIiltCn STItf.BT, WH.I, l'OSITIVM.V SGM, Y017
(bale with Iltcc, Horn 1 Co., New Orleans, La.)
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Class, Etc
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
. I BOLE AQKNTS FOK .
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on
New York Enouicl Paint Company's Mlscd Paints, licit In tlio market.
LurKU lino of Heating Stoves at Low prices.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DROP JN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars Worth of Cipectant Candldatei-Who was Elected
This morning the County Commis
sioners Court wore an animated appear
ance. Vnrloui candidates with expect
ant looks on their faces were wandering
to and fro, some of thciu having their
u on tlio Sheriffs olllce, others anxious
become Justice of the Peace for Pre-
net No. 1, and still others of the medi
al profession who wcro applicants lor
e position of County 1'hyslclan.
On the Commissioners taking Ih.lr
county Clerk Iliad. IV, smith,
over tho lulnutea of the last
Hireling which were approved. County
Judge Wurzbach then submitted to the
Commissioners tho report In the oonvict
camp and poorhouse. showing the ex-
milium and receipts. This was also
liruM'tl. and the same aniirnval was
bestowed on n communication from the
County J mine, denning Ihedulles of tlio
nous loiiniy nuicets. i ne ballot lor
e appointment of a Mie rill In tho place
th deceased Captain Kd. Stevens was
he next business taken up. The apple
ts tor me position were i, r. .iiccaii,
former Mierlll. Nat Lewis and
red Itader. Nat Lewis, who has
lllc entlv ti led tho olllce of
hlef Ileiiuty for some time Past.
fTered. If elected, to servo at the
sine salary he was at present receiving;
ho balance of the recejnta of the olllcu
bo proponed giving to Mrs, Stevens, tho
mllot of the late Sherlll'. At tho con-
luslon of the ballot the votes stood
lilts: T. 1'. McCall. 2; Nat Lewis, II;
red Mailer. 0. Nat Lewis receiving thu
majority of the votes cast, bo was do
clnred duly elected. Tho Commission-
rsitien aiiiourueii, anil uouniy .iniige
umiach nlipolnted Messrs. Ilraden
and Chavez as a committee to prepare
tillable resolutions on t lie death of Can-
taln Kd Stevens,
but no one recognized tho dead man.
I he Inuuest will bo completed this
fternoon at 3 o'clock, but there it not
sullloicnt evidence to bring In any Ihlng
else than nn open verdict.
What Ho Died Of.
About a mile from Fort l'ltlnw wo
tnet three colored men and ;i team of
horses. The hor-ea wcro hitched to a
dead mulo, und were snaking" him oil
for burial, but just then had coinu to n
dead halt. The men wcro wrangling In
loud and earnest voices, und as we
halted to seo what was going on ono of
"ou see, gem len, ins yere iiiuio uieu
nf heart disease.
Didn't do nnnnr of do fori!" dlsptileu
the second. "If dat dero mule didn't
bev a chill tin' list friz his-eir to death
den I'm u gout rr
"Chllt.-' yelled a third. 'Clenflen.
dat mule wnz old null to die, an' he Jlt
keeled ober air oats all uar am tu
Heart dlseHse I Lhllt! lliv llem I
niggers reber seed a innl. afore las'
"Junius, doan' ou go puilln' oil airs
ober uit!" threateunl tue hu, whowas
driving theteam. "ou liinlowdonn
nigger from the bottom lands, and deso
white men doan' tako no stock In sldi I"
The Colonel advised peace, nut Junius
bristled ud with:
"Low-down nigger! llottom lands!
Why, fo' de Lawd, but I has alius llu'd
on tie mountains, an' as fur beln' a bad
man 1 has got 33 papers iroiu ue nerry
best white lolka to snow wim 1 iimi
"Iteckon you lie, sau: '
"Who's a liar?"
"Yes, who's a liar?"
There was a trlanirular lluht. I
an went In on his own .ccoutit and
fought the other two, und they dli
thumneacb otlter In a hearty manner.
They were still nt It, whun tho diad
mule rolled over, raised his head and
after a moment cot upon his feet and
negan to cat leaves irom a rouusire
bush. Our laughter stopped the fracas,
and each darkey stood iighnt, and
looked at tho mule ns If he had been
ghost. Then they looked nt each other
with blank laces, then up at its with
open mouths. We rode away before
they had spoken n word, but presently
me leauer snouteii niter u.;
lltess nir soul, but he a done come
to life, an' ' had ills j ere foul fur
noiuinv' tree rrcas
Illldebrandt's cotton gin, which Is
situated In the Calaverai neighborhood,
was 011 .Saturday lotnllv destroyed by
lire Two hundred and fifty bales of
notion belonglngliinelgblinrlng farmers,
and -11 turds of wood were also de
(trot ed. The estimate of loss Is placed
at l-2r.. n H 1, nn which there Is no Insur
ance. It is believed to lie the work of
an Ineendlnry, there being a grent deal
nt bud feeling created between the Mex
icans nnd the llildebranilts concerning
the recent death of Dolores Nunez and
the arrest of I'rcd lllhlehrnndt on the
charge of forgery.
Adjutant-General King Cone to Houston,
MlH-elal ti tltc I.MiiiT.
At'siix, Texas, November Otli. In
response to a telegram from Houston,
Aitjtilnnt-lleneral King left last night
for Houston mid Oalieston In lend bis
tiulitanoe In quelling any disturbance
or riot, niitlelpaied with tho Knights of
ahur strike at those points. Ho will
call out and tako command of the mili
ary If necessary.
Light Circulation In Austin,
The billowing correspondence ex plains
Aihiix, TitiMi Cof.Nrv. Tnx4, 1
November Mb, lWi.
iptaln J. J. Walki-r, A-Iunt Po-tnm-ter,
Dear Sir Will vott be kind enough to
nfonn mo what daily newspaper, pub
lished In Texas, outside of Austin, ills-
rmu es the largest titimiier of pnpers
thiongh tho Austin poidolllce.
L. H. IHmi'i.i,
Agent San Antonio I tiuiT.
November th, IKS'!.
I.. I! ll.ilili-ll. , AKi nt fun Antonio l.liiht
Dear Sir It Is close between the San
ntonio 1,1(111 r and the (jnlvcston News.
hese two papers distribute irom this
illce 11 larger number of papers tt'iin
any other paper ptitiiisiieii in 1 exas
Ashes-Western Tesas, 18C0.
We balled the trees, that met our eyes,
And sought them eagerly hoplngto meet
With wnter there, and shelter from heat.
That fell to eattb from llcry skits,
Tho way was clear, with naught to stay,
uur travel lowarus inose lont-iy trees,
Save beaming sun nnd burning breeze,
On that long trying summer day.
With hone to cheer, we went, 1 think.
Through grass and cavtus, sand and
For fully live long and anxious ltoura,
With not n drop of water to drink.
At last wo reached the trees to halt,
And Und thev onlv Bhaded a bike.
Whose waters bright, 110 thirst could
For! they were thoroughly bitter wll
And so, with all at hum! we sought
The water, and trees, and shelter, and
If they had been our only aid.
We would have perished 0.1 the spot.
"Alas! " I said, "nnd such Is earth;
How many strive for tcmporai;ttilngs,
To tlnd success but failure brings.
And all Is vain, and nothing worth." "H
San 1'tmio, Tkxas, October 20, 18S3.
The New Hospital.
The contract for building the Joint
city and county hospital has been signed
by Mayor C'allaghan and the contrac
tors, Messrs. Nlggll & Wltto, to-day. A
bond or $13,1X3, with Martin A Scbrvver
andColonellI.il. Andrews ns sureties,
was given for the completion or the
building by September 1, ltSd. The con
tractors will begin construction to-morrow,
under the superintendence or the
architects, Messrs. Wuhrenberger A
There li someth'ng droll In the sug
gestloo that INew York; should raise a
monument to MoClellan. The Idea that
New York can raise money for anything
In the monumental way has been pretty
thoroughly dissipated within the last
year, Chicago Tribune.
J. J. Waiki'ii.
The second annual prize shoot of tho
Capital ltlllo Club, at Austin, took
place Saturday and Sunday. The at
tendance was not very large, but there
was some very lino shooting done, and
the visiting rlllemen from other clubs
speak In high prnlso of the courteous
treatment received. The nlulr was
closed with a grand ball last night
1 lie ntieniianco irom tun snn .inionio
Club wits tho smallest of any of tho
clubs, being Mr. IM. and F.rncst
Sieves and .Mr. Herman Fnust. In the
shoot the San Anton o bovs
decided disadvantage, but
took the llrst money In the sweepstnko
shoot; also one prize, a silver cup, in
1 1 -tuo-vnrii range snon.
Saturday night n State assoolatlon was
organized under the name of the Stnte
Utile. Assoclat on. '1 he following of-
Hcers were elected: President, Captain
Jlo.viaas.iil aiisiiii; vice-i'reiueni, nun
lilack. of Schulenhttrg: Secrelnrv. W.
jlrown, of Austin; Treasurer, VA Steves,
Jr., of San Antonio; Trustees, II. Faust
of San Antonio. Ureen of New Itrnun-
fels, Schulz of Thornhlll, sieblg of
Itoiind Top, and rrankey, or ltreniiam
A committee was appointed 011 consti
tution and by-laws, to report at the next
regutnr or caiteu meeting.
About 1 o'clock nn alarm of lire wrs
sounded nnd proved to be tho dwelling
nnd stables ot Mr. Christian Schaezler,
cashier of Uroos's bank, situated on
Grayson street, opposito of tho Govern
ment Depot. The house and stablo were
entirely consumed, and the lire spread
to n nonage owneit up .11 rs. nartiy
which was also burned to the ground
nnd then was communicated to another
house, owned also by Mrs. llartly, and
occupied by n saloon and residence,
which wcro so badly damaged as to be
practically n loss. The lire was so
rapid and hot that the engines
could not be or much use. ex
cept to piny on the neighboring
houses to save them from catching lire.
The Government property opposito was
much endangered, and tho troops were
out using water from the Government
reservoir to keep the olllcers quarters
from burning, The loss will probably
reach In the neighborhood of from SS000
tosiu.uuu. it 19 not known wnnt the 111
Roal Estate Transfers.
Olive Ann Washington and L. T. A
Washington to William Kearney, one-
third Interest In 75 acres, situated one
tulle north of Main plaza, on west side
01 an Antonio iitver, ror 53.n1.
L. W. Croncbcr to l'hoeho A.SwIcher,
tract of land, being lot 0. block 1. eubdl
vision of original city, No. II, range J
district 1, for :..
II. T. Kngelhnrt to J. 8. Glllet. lots B,
(I and 7, block -1, west of San l'edro
i;rcek, lor suu.
"Die Spaclinofllegen " Though Spahn
refused to plead guilty to the soft Im
peaohment. It's a bouncing boy, all the
same, and a now clerk for tho bakery In
the future. The Light congratulates.
Mother, baby, and even Spahn aro doing
Reported oxpro-sly tor tho LtoilT by H.
Floyd & Co., St Soledad street 1
Cllictnii, Noemtier ti. Wheat llr
Deif.ntier .. (urn linn. DertniU-r. I
I'nrk linn, Jiiutia,-, tl.r,7'4. Lai-el tlrui, Jan
ury, Oll'i, itece.piS v Ileal, 1.1
t.'nr.l. LI-HI iiimlii,'! I loir.. ! KHilluiul
inert 1 Wheal, 3I.OS0 bushels 1 Corn, ls.cuu
illluy, fii,lt Orleans, ayl
reeolDts. U.I 1 brtei. Ful
ber-Ueceniher, a.l"Jt Deeember-Januarv, S 1 1
March. U.7I4VJ.1 :i
llje.uft iav 11 i-j
July, 10.10; AuKum
Krai-.- ol Mr Marin
Young Men's Benevolent Association
The II Mi anniversary ball or the
oung Men's Benevolent Association
10k place last Saturday night at the
Casino hall, about 1UU cottplea were
resent nnd a splendid time was enjoyed
y all. This was universally conceded
o ne me nesi oau ever given by tins as-
mitten In charge of the en
ertnlnmrnt were W. Hoelllng. George
ltoemcr, 11. S. Nixon. I!. It. Martinez.
Icliard liond. f ellpo .lames and Albert
l'l,.. ll ll.nl ,.,,m 1,,, ,1..
Ireti. '1 lie tablo was well appointed.
the viands well cooked and bountiful,
and the waitresses, Mrs. and tho Misses
Nixon, nnd Sirs. Ilarnes. were as atteu
live as tho r lair nanus perm lien luem
to be. Mr. A. Kowald had charge of
lie cloak room, and halas' lino band
laved excellent music. The olllcers of
this association at present are, William
line 1 nir. ,ir.. 1'res 1 eni: 11. A. limn.
Vlce-I'rcsldent; Secretnrr, llerniann
Hel L'tnann. Ireasurer: 1 . A. Jalmcs,
Trustees II. A. Until, II. Ilelllgmann
u iioeuinganii -viucrt iiuppcriz.
A Paper at Carrizo Springs.
I. tour received n call from Its old
time friend W. II. Howard, Km,, late
editor of the Dally Corpus Chrlstl Critic,
but now of the Times, n new paper
n lit oil he will publish at Carrizo Springs,
the llrstnumbcr tonppear about the 20lli
Instant. -Mr. Howard has had a consld
erable amount of newspapcrexperlence,
and or the kind that was up-hill work,
and gave to the nubile a goon anil reau
able paper In the Critic, whrro to di
mar was 10 uo an. 1111s experience
will be or great benefit In bis now ven
ture, and the people or Carrizo Springs
can rest assured that Mr. Howard will
make tho Times a representative jour
nal, anu give 10 tneui n paper inai tney
win be promt 10 reau ami 10 support.,
At the meeting or tho Countr Com
mlssloners to-morrow, an election will
be held Tor Justice of the Peace. There
are seven candidates. Tho llrst In the
list Is Mr. C. M. Ilarnes. one or the Pies-
ent reporters or the Kxpress. Mr. John
u. urawioru, win oe a iiveiy seconu,
The other names are W, II. Huston. C
F. Kneger. w. o. JI. Samuel. William
Edgar and O. Pettlpaln. 'I he Liiiiit
haB no candidate In this race, but very
naturally sympatiiises wnn me news
natier man. Mr. C. M. Ilarnes. He li
sober, reliable and competent, and If
chosen, wotuti no unuui nil me ouiee
with Justice anu creun.
I. -Mill- -tinm. i
iiihI thetr Mitt) Hnlnini ami In
erplni-ur Irtuli 1-oliinly.
THE IRISH STRANGERS,
With li im won for them a most en latjh reputation.
January-February, 5.00; t'ebmar) -March, tX.1.
NrwYona, November 0. - Stock market 1
Northwestern, llp.t Delaware and Lackawan
na, !" bt. Paui, HI?..
Tho most popular olgarettos aro the
Opera l'utls at popular price. tf
A colored man named McAlllstercam
to Justice Anton Adam this morning to
make an nlllduvlt against one of bis race
whom ho alleged attempted to pick his
pocket last night while lodging In the
considered the man's story too vague
and refuseu to take trie aiuuavit.
M. Garza has been appointed on the
N'n Important business was tram
acted In the Federal Court this morning,
Walter Daniel and Josephine liny
mnnd have taken out n marriage li
Judge Anton Adam called over hi
nlvll docket to-dav. consisting of I
cases, 12 of which were continued and
set for trial, sixteen cases were nuj
Hen Tledule. night watchman
Ilcrgstrom & Gray's llverr stable, was
arrested yesterday morning by Odlcer
Jesse lienneu on an anacnmeni irom
Laredo, charging htm with theft of a
natch from a resident or that town tome
Messrs. Walter Pleasants nnd II. II
Hunt, two well known contractors
fought a duel Saturday- evening on Sole
dad street about the payment of a bill
rieasnnts owneu num. iiom were ar
rested, but as Hunt attacked Pleasants,
the latter was dismissed by the Itccorder
while the former was nneti t-i.
"The Bandit King" was met at the
opera liouso by a large audience last
nlcrlit. and If enthusiasm can bo admit
ted as evidence, be captured all In front
of him. 'i neniayis purely sensational,
yet so careiuuy consirucieu luai 11 11
calculated to Interest anyone who en
Joys romances. The company Is well
adaiiled to the business In hand, es
pecially the twoborses. They performed
ineir pans wen, aim receiveu rouim al
ter round of applause. Dispatch, Pitts
! Everv first-class dealer sells On
Pulls cigarettes Avoid Injurious 1ml-
IMMS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
. .Ill'RINESM MSMAOKK
.I.KAIIKH Of llRASfl llAMU
onday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 9, 10 and 11, 1885
. (UtANl) MA11CII
mill Urry Ihioly's laughable couicrir, In 1 Act, entlt led
"Watch Dat Hole."
iss PAULINE AMES,
In Serio-comic Soloctions
n they ure. w ho? Why the Han Antonio favorites, returned nnee mo
TIM STARIN and DEBBY RICKLIN,
iss LAURA ASH BY,
In Songs and Dancos
LARRY DOOLY, - In one of his original specialty
The Great VESTVALI,"
I'ltrtlt-i.liir itttfiitlm. Is rnllol to hrr Mmrnltlclcnt Wad rot.
DONELLY and DREW,
itltnut fioutii tin l'i I rlTi ViKtilit nn1 Oimwrii now uiton tho
il liltrt ntu irrcHitHtik'. 'lUvy Hill niiKur till week In their
Senator TIM STARIN. inoneof his funny spe"(alUe3
Miss PAULINE AMES, In songs an'tJManccs
Ire llnwl. The
Thhil Un-kiiii.1 lllit lllt.i.r the Ureal and only,
MISS LAURA ASIIBy,
el rents, tain t fill) to
In Motto sonfjrand dances
Miss DEBBY RICKLIN,
In funny sayings
In a roportoiro of songs
Flores de Elsois Waltz
i-liiile with Mil
Brocky Morgan, ------- Huse N. Morgan
M.1NT IIANKIN ,
..WM. II. QUINNtnTB
JAM KA IIIIKW
,. ..TIM HTA1UN
..MIHS ASNIl: IIOIVA1II)
. ...MAitn: vr.srvAi.i
. . MIS1 IX'CY WOLF
The Great May Pole Dance!
The Realistic Mortal Knife CombatI
The Trained Trick Donkey "Calamity."
EMPORIUM OF FASHIOK:
Tills EstQbliahmenc 19 now floolcto wltn All tno Novelties fop tho
Full onrl winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can he seen In Black: and Colored, 1'laln and Brocaded. Casstmerea (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Camel Hair and Wool Sat- '
cens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Bilk
l'ongees, Dress Fluids In single and double widths, and
toTTrlmmliigs to suit all Dress Goods.Tjft
Gloves, Laces, and FancynGoods.
Uo Is now showing tho largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces and KanoyQocds
lor unties aim lyiiuureii over urougiu 10 our oily, in BHK Hosiery
be has tin endless vnrlety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich 1,'luuies, Tip, Klbbons nnd Trimmings will be found
thcru. This department Is tinder first-class artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling, Domostlo 1'rlnts, Ginghams. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among tho other things which were very extenslvoly
purchased by his agents was the most magnificent stock or Dress
Goods or all kinds ever seen In any dry goods bouse In Texas.
Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks, and can ho also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stock of Fall and Winter Clotblni; Is tho largest ever brought to Tolas, and era
briioos. In tho latest patterns, Prlnco Allien, Cutaway. Fnwk and Baok Bulu.
A very luriro nn.l complete stock of Ladles', Mlsaca', Hen's and Hoys'
Shoes and Hoots. A full line of Htutson Sort ana stilt Hats.
Also a full stock of Ucutlciuon's Furnishing Uoo.li.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
H la Furr.Ui.ro Department tsooiunlotn wttli lltmiohoM Qnola, and he wllliult everybody
In thl lino. Aiuonjt iitlwr tfuoJn we tin I Huili l'-trnjr Suits. Mohair Parlor HulU, Walnut and
Aih Hcdronra Mults, Warlmboi, CUilm, Uolr llruiiiel and Ingram Carnou, 11 hits, iioltliur
Curtains, Window Shados Etc. Ouuntr order Ullcd promiaiy and satUraotlou kuu ran toed.
Bend for (am pits, '
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.