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HE KNEW A THING OR TWO
it'snsocrot, but don't give It
away. I used
Red Gross Whisky
Well, for goodnoas saWo, I
novor saw a mnn got ovor tho
Donguo Eovor so quickly bo
foro. What's tho causo of it?
I And It's tho flnost thing In tho
land to got tho bost of Donguo.
Only $5 a Year.
Volume V. -Number 266.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1885.
CSRPETS, LEGE CURTSINS,
Our tirilOLSTKUV DKI'AlirMllNT Is irrowliur riiiliHy.
Imi li-cn Incn-ii.lnir so much to ciKiillriuro
rni y ilrrrloplnir tii.to rnr homo ili-cornllou
mi mtiiill ili'irnt'. We carry imw u new and full
lowest. Wu sew uml lay 1'iirpi-ts
Wo have the La
1'"'"K' '"''ATON WIJ OFl'llll IIA IIOAIN.
Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient l bug In ens ueiitfr. with lust nc-ominocUtlonn. M-1y
J. H. MARQUART,
CRESCENT CITYgflOf $( SHOEMANIJFACTORY
No. 1 7 Soledad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
IfTA fai,liO stock id Custom work to elect from, conlstlnir or the Ilnost anil liirirest
tockorrellOOL-IlOY BHOI'.M ANIl IIAITKIM ever seen In ltd market, utul Itwlll l.o or In
kiest fur l.nj iiii.I niith t" slo me. 1 1 lUnl-l-uulo OA I.K ( I.A l.T. A N 1 1 lll'TTONISHOISt AND
IIA1TK1IH. IIAI.MOIIAI, (LACU AND lllJiTONl UAtTKIlK, Oil. tlltAIN (lace ami liullnnl.
Flnoscwiil mil k il specialty In nil branches. A lino lot or Inrirc-slrc hoots Tor liii'ii, to tic sold
lit liiluicd ruti n. These Kooils must lie seen l.i ho iiirccliitcil.
GEO H KSLTEYEH, B. J. MAUERMANn, W.E.JONES. C. BAMBIKOEII
president, secretary. Supt. Minsgsr.
Alamo Cement Co.,
MANLTAt rtnti'.iis or
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cements, Cement Walks and Grey Lime
Hydraulic Limo and Building c
and Ilonicstlo Cements, White l.i
net Ion of tli"
8. art unil&'l
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz'c Hall, Corner of Commerce and'Loaoya Streeta.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite the Passongor Dopot, on Austin Streot.
Constantly on hand, a good supply or
Wines nnil Uigurs, Poilto mid attentive-
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor,
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
c n i I pn
NO 41 COMMWICH STltUirf,
l.utn with Ulce, Horn
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Class, Etc
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
... BOMS AQKNTS FORI .
Cotton Plant Stoves and
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DnOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
le In the blt few year.
m m wt I" i '
n llil ill f ""J''1' '
line or I Allli. rs, so
tone, also Dealers in Imported
lalor Hint t'lil:
f. w. McAllister & bro.
Ifl. 203 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COH. VILtlTA,
HAN ANTONIO, TKXAS.
Wo nro Wholesalo anJ Retail Dcalcrnln Austin
White I.I in o, Heat Ilrnnds or Dark UoBendalo and
Importtd KiitfUih Portland Cements, Piaster of
Paris, anJ Long Goat Hair, and would ask you to
call, or write ui, fur prices btforo purchasing olso
rlciiso mention this paper.
Fine Imported mill Domestic Manors,
barkeepers. Kvcrythlng tlrst-class In
ii ii I icZ3
W.11,1. 1WITIVIII.V sr.i.i, vor
S Cn Now Orleans, La.)
Ranges, the Best on
Tho Mayor Puts Forth His Littlo
Ths Proposed Improvement of 3.in Pe
dro Park-Tho Gravol Quattlsn Ra
ports of Committees, &e.
1 here were nil the AliUrmen present
yesterday afternoon nt Hi Council ex
cept Alderman I'nuly. Aldermen MoAl-
titter nnd Mackey having tiulillecl, took
Tho minute' cirinst met Ung er r.nd
nd npproved, nnd the following etl-
Dtn nnd tncit'orlnls wore "tiU'iiittod:
Frmi elllrep on Tntiin'. Illll for "Idc-
wnlkii. lteferrud to Strict nnd I'.rlilifo
eit'urlllo to iniruhuke a plnuof
11 y property on Laredo street, lie-
ferred tu hiLoul ISuuru.
(Jillens fol it fn lump on Marl Klioct.
lteferred lo tins unit Wnlur I'oiinulilee.
The Mnyor eoniimiiilonted to thu
Council that ho hid lnned tho cotilrnet
for thu troefon of the ho'ltnl. Tho
Council until""'! "i" netlon o' the
lifK'ii'dliig the proponed plan tn Im-
5 rove Min I'eilro rnrk py .'ir. rred
prin V. who lr hU tervliei shoulii re
ceive $6. ptr iiioiuli niul liirtiMh iilfiide
rccs.clu. iitv Jiaior puucu ins veto
on It, npslgnlnif 11 rciison lor d'jinjr so
Hint tlie work snuolU Im tlnno iy 1'ic
resent lessee, .Mr. f red heriilo. ueuonl-
o llin lerms in uio lease,
nnd ho ii?f!eeled Unit n speeml
conimlttee should he nppolnled In ns
ceriulii If tho present Iono or tho pirk
.id cotnplled Willi llic terms of llie-
Aldcrmnn Jlnokey movid Hint tho
mntter ho deferred until Hie next meet
lug, In ortler thtit the new members h tve
line to consuier tne quesiiou nnu hivob
Igiite the mutter. Adoplrd.
Hie jinyor, wnonuii ueen empowereii
i mirchnse irrnvel heds from Victor
llnlz, on l'owder iloueu lllll. Informed
the Council Hint Hie oily owned some
property (43 nercs) enst of the ll.ilz heds
which he lielluted would nns'er thu
urposc equally ns well, mid Hie city
Inirineer hnd heen Insiruoteil to survey
the land nntl examine Lie (travel. ThU
The City llnirlnecr rcporled on Ilio
obsl met Ions on DnrnTigo ntrect, utul Hie
mutter was referred to uouiiiilllee of
the Aldermen of (he First tVnrd nml
the City Attorney.
Hie city I'.nKiiieer re poru u mat tue
cost of a proper drain tor the conpinc
of Avenue (! nml lirmu iivenue
v ould he Sl.OUS W). Ueferrcd to Coui-
Ittees on Ditoiies nml streets nml
Monthly reports of the Street Com
missioner, City Attorney, I'nrk Keeper,
Dlton commissioner, uuuor, Dcigaer,
Market Master nnd l'ounil Mnster were
referred to committees.
The s reet Commissioner rcportcil
thnt the completion of jrutlers on .Mon
terey, Mfttamorns and Han T.ulH streets,
across I'eeos street, would cost 20".
This was nt lirst referred to tho Com
mittee on btrcets utul 111 lilies, hut It
wasnrterwnru reconsiuereu on too mo
tions of OKllanher nnd French nml tho
The Finance committee reported thnt
the moniniy statement ot 1110 my t;ierK
haU been examined nnd found correct.
Received nnd tiled.
The Fire committee recommended Hint
the petition or citizens for u Urstwan
iiose company he referred to the lire ill
rectory, so oruereu.
Further time wasKranied the con uilt
teo on telephones for hoso companies.
Loekwood retiorltd hills of the Um
nnd Water-Works companies, nnd they
were oruereu pniii.
uoRener reoommemieit tnai tne sum
x.iu oe nnuronr ateu lor paiuiini
Travis pnrk music stand. Adopted
sn.ciAt. co.MMii rm.
In recard tn tho former reiiolutlon
calling fornn investigation of the .Street
Commissioner. Smvo reported thnt that
ollleer hnd kept n book for the entry of
an orders irom tue council, ami tuore
fnre there wes no blame nltnchcd lo him.
scnreitier suiiKi'Steu iliac ilia vaenne
1 the sneclal committee to widen soot
Flores street should bo tilled before the
committee could do aiivtlilmr. and the
Mayor thereupon appointed Alderman
Connor on tunc committee.
Tho ordinance to prohibit the sale or
exposute of Indecent pictures' was read n
tinru time, ami reterreu to tne city At
toincytosee K there wns not njjtnti
law on the subject.
At the suggestion of (Inllngher, the
Jtayor wns authorized to change tire
woiumg ot ine uonivnct on street im
provement to make the clause referring
to South Flores street read from tho
end of the maendnm to tho Mockert
Ily Hnmhlelon: That $1,1 15 bo appro
priated tor tue arcuitects on me joint
Ilv I.ockwooil: That the Mnvor bo
thorlzed tn cinployn man to superintend
the new street work nnd report to tho
uuy r.ugineer nny violation ot tne con
tract; tue flinyor ntso to uesignnt
French raised n point of order that the
uuty uevoiveu upon tne city r.nginecr,
anti it ne ursircu nny nssistnuee, tuo re-
to designate a salary for any ollleer,
Mackev nnd McAllister were nlso of
the opinion Hint the Knglneer should lie
consulted ns to wuat assistance v ns neo
fssarv. Defeated on nvole of 7 to
Formor notion of tho Cm. null on Vln'
ton street wns reconsidered, and Si") ap
propnateu to cut tne urusn itiereiroiii.
Helknnp suggested that ns the new
steam roller hnd arrived, an engl
should be appointed tor It.
The Mayor said that the engineer ac
companying the roller and the City En
glneer would exnmlne applicants nnd
report sueii as were (iiintiiieu.
Ily Sehrclnor: That I.ockwood's rcso
Union on superintendent tor new street
Improvements bo referred to the City
Ily Connor: Tliat the Street Cot ml
doner fill up with gravel certain bad
places on an nuey leading irom o
lores street tn the creek. Adonted
Ily Schrelner: That class A sldewnlks
oe oruereu on tue west side or August
llvSmve: That tlin Hlri tt Commls
sloner place Mill street In good repair.
The Council then adjourned.
The most popular cigarettes arc tho
OfcraPutla nt popular price. tt
Meeting of the Coinmitteo and the Com-'
municatlon from Major Draekenrldge.
The fewer committee met th's morn
ing In the Mayor's parlor. Ills Honor
the Major, Mcwrs. (irons, Mtverlck,
Connor and Judge lievlne being In at
tendance. The following ooiiuiu'nlor-
lon from the I'te-ldent of thu Water
works Company was tecelved:
StN AMIIMO, 1'KX.tN, I
November Oth, 1K1J. i
llryun I idlinrltifti, tlljiiriii thel'llt of
Sir In answer tn that portion of Hie
resolution of the special committee on
sewers referred to us, we sir that satis
factory terms "an oe made with us at as
low n rnte ns Is llxed for like service In
other cities similarly situated; that we
ertniniy win not euarge morn insii
just nmt reasonable, in
rase of n dillerenee of oplnlei
lo tlio fairness of tho chargts we u iv
make, wo agree tu leave the amount of
cnmpetisntlon to be paid to us for the
service lobe fixed by the I'res'dent of
le American ivnter-works Association.
have the honpr to he.
1 ours respectiuuy,
CI. W. Illltl-KKMIIIMIK.
In connection with this conimunioa-
lon tho following resolution was sul.-
mltlcd by .Mr. F. Uroos, nml adopted:
itesoned, Hint tue lommittee on
iwcraiiobc furnished with n conv of
he contract existing between the oily
nd Wnler-works company. That tho
Mayor nnnnint n special committee to
call on the l'resldetitnf Die Wnler-works
'otnpany in order to obtain ntlxedntid
mine rnte lor tlio water to lie used tor
'1 lint the Mayor tret the onlnlon of thu
Hoard of Health ns to the ell'eet. bene
ficially or otherwise Hint sewerage would
li.'ivo on the public lienlth of thu city.
The Mnvor nnnointetl Messrs. Uroos.
Devlnouud Mnverlck, as n Cominlttro
o wait on ilio vtnter-worKs Company,
tier which the meeting ndioitrned.
I ho Committee abuve nppolnteu, Im-
medlntely waited on Jlnjor llrncken
rldge, but llndlng thnr he wns in New
Orleans, and would proceed from Hint
Ily to Washington. Mr. Maverick was
commissioned to ndvlse the Committee
f his return tu tho city.
Cyclono in Alabama,
Sh.ma, Ala., November H. On Friday
night one of the most tetrillo nnd des
tructive storms ever known in this
State, passed over this section of coun
try Just north of hero, washing away
ridges, rnllroad beds, growing ctops
and forests mid Ileuses for tulles. A
cyclone, accompanied by torrents of rnln
unit nppanng electric tiiscunrgen.
started on the Cohabit river, passed
throuuli liallus. l'errv and lllbb coun
ties,'7 leaving n tluil wnslo of forests,
plantations, houses ami villages. Ex
ploring and relief parties sny the track
ot tne cyclone wns n milt mile wide,
They hnd gone over 27 miles, picking up
the dead and wounded, nnd don't know
how much longer Hie truck is. Thir
teen persons nnvo ueen Killed oiimgnt
and I'J or M dnngeroitsly wounded. A
number of persons ennnot be accounted
ror. unlet ot cotton wercoiown irom tiin-
houses, nnd burst nnd scattered overy-
wuere. oiwoiocks ot lint were leu
totrether. A man driving wild cotton to
the city has been lost. The cotton and
wagon were blown n quarter of n mllo
and Ilio man nnd uiuks 'carried oil and
cannot bo found. Crowing crops, potit'
toes. etc.. were lorn ui rum tne itrounu
Even cotton sinlks were harked. Jtellef
parties are searching for the dead and
living and everything is being done tu
relieve the destitution. The ncgroosara
friL'htened ner.ilv to (tenth and huddle
togeiner or squat mono unclad in
ousiies anil unuer laueu trees, stiipiueu
and speechless, with fear nnd supersti
tion, unnblo to tell Hie whereabouts of
their households. 'I he city Is being can
vnssed for money to bury the dead and
relieve tue wants ot tue tiestituie.
t Isthmus Affairs,
Wisin.Noio.v, November II. In refer
ence to Secretary Whitney's order, send
lng the Tennessee nnd Qalcnnto tho
Isthmus of I'nnnma, the riinr-siiys It Is
inferred thnt he Is anxious to prevent
another outburst similar to that of Inst
spring, which vvllIendanLerthe lsth
transit, rendering this government liable
for damage, nnd quotes n naval ollleer
assaying: "We have not received tho
bill tor the burning or Asplnwnll, but I
w 111 bo along tills winter and there will
bun howl rulsed. Daiuatres to the
tent of a good many millions of dollars
were caused by the burning of the A
nlnwnll nnd it looks very much ns If tl
Cioveimnent would ho compelled to root
tho bill. We guaranteed the transit
open. Columbia could not no it, und in
the event of lis failure the responsibility
rested on our shoulders. Wo openod the
trnnslt, but millions or dollars worth or
property wns destroyed. The people
who ;sull'cred ; ill expect remuneration
nntl, ns t sn'u, win senu tue out to us.
The Great Actor Dead.
I'nii.AiiKi i nn. November 0. The run
erntofMr. John MuCullougli will Ink
place on Thursday next nt 11 o'clock, at
St. George's hall, In this oily. The pull
bearers will be Edwin liooth nnd John
II. Cttrson, or Chicago; William il
Thompson, of St. Louis: William
Florence, of New York, Matthew Corn-
Intr. of l'h lade lib a: lleurv Edwards
New York: W. Collier. John A, Cock
rell, nnd William M, Conner, of New
Education In Mexico,
City or Mknico, November 0. A bill
making provision lor universal compul
sory education throughout the Itepuhlio
was introduced In Congress this after
noon: nlso n bill permitting the Tree ex
ercise or all professions, legal, Inedlenl
nnd educational. Tho latter bill will bo
opposed by ptofesslonal men.
Washinoion. November 0. The Issu
of stnndard silver dollars from tho mini
during tho week ending November 7,
was &Jbiuw. During tne correspond
lng week or last year $305,000. The
shipment of fractional silver coin during
the week ending November 7th, was
Tho Canadian Rebel.
ItKGt.vi, November 0. Kiel has been
respited until tho lClh Inst. Prepara
tions ore already being made for his exe
cution on thnt dnte, although the war
rants have not yet arrived, '
The Qreat Knights of Labor Strike at Cal-'
(1 it.v wtoe, November U The results
or jMterdsy'a agreement between the
CHIen's Committee and the Executive
Committee or the Knights or Labor
wero manifest on nil sides to-day, every
Knight being at hie post. The wharves,
railroad yards and cotton pressee pre
sented scenes of the greatest antlvlty.
The Arbitration (ommltuc of 10 was
nnonneed this morning, nnd thu llrst
eellng was held at 10 u'olock. W. I..
ly. 1'resldent of the Cullon Ex-
linnge, was rhoaen Chairman of Ins ns-
The membership of the Arbitration
Committee Is as follows :
ror the Knights of Labor I'. If.
olden, of Oillvestoni John Niment. of
onlville; I), lllnek, (.olorrill of Fort
C. Clifford, of ilelilson: tl. W.
.Smith, of San Anlonlu.
the cltlchi-W. I. Mow v. Chalr-
an: 1'. J. Willis, J. I, skinner, (1. II.
liter anil i. Itiinge.
At the meeting of Hie Committee this
orning rules were adonted for thu
hearing of evidence on both sides, and
tienrge Senliy, President of the nanta
Fe railroad, appeared before the Com-
ulttie nnd formnliy answered for Can-
tnln Sawyer, Agent or the Msllory Com
pany, pledging that Sawyer would
abide by the result of the arbitration.
At tne request on tie member or tlio
Arbitration Committee renresentliiu
commerce, the Knights submitted their
grievances In writing. An afternoon
session was held, in which Captain
Sawyer gave tlio Mallory side oi the
ase. ine uoinmiiicH men adjourned
mil to-morrow morning.
It trnnsnlied this evonlnir that the
I list riot Assembly Knights ot Labor, of
tils cltv, to-dv made n verrstramre
request or Mayor Fulton. District Exec
utive Olllcers Patrick Emmett nnd Sam
uel Eldrlilgo adilresaed n formal commu
nication in ins nonor, asking mm to
llsmlss Patrolmen Davis, Sparks,
iniiruhl and Warren from Hie pollen
force, on the grounds that they have
been indulging In violent conversation
on the street,! which they charge Is cal
culated to arouse an incendiary leeung
and precipitate trouble. Sparks, lle-
tiruiii anil vv arren nro ooioreii men.
None of the four policemen ar members
or tne iviiigutsni t.atior orgnti".anona.
Mayor Fulton replied to this demand.
stating that it wns impossible for him to
comply wiin sucn n request, lor, ii tie
munition innt any organisation nun tue
right to demand the removal of these
tall li fill policemen, then (hero was noth
ing preventing other organizations
from demanding the dismissal of the
liejofsofdepnrtmtnlsoftlie city govern
ment, rue layor also stnieu mat lie
had Innulred Into the eharires made
atralnst the aforesaid nlllcers and could
not linn mat mey tuiti ueen giuiiy ut
ant tiling meriting dismissal or censure.
Jlils inovo on I no part ot tne local
Knights Is strongly censured whereve
t is known.
Another feature of Hie situation wn
developed to-night. It being learned
that the L'nlted States nuthorltles yes-
tcrda) made n tender of nld nnd pro
tection to the Cltlzet.s1 (,'nimnltteo,
United States Attorney A. Ii. Strntton
olletcd to supply the requisite number
of Deputy .Mnrsnnis to protect trainmen
in taking out lrolght. This oiler wns
declined, however. In view of the ti
luilty of settlement by arbitration. While
matters are apparently running smooth
ly under the aibllratlon agreement. It I
evident that the strike lias engendered
leep feelings of antipathy between tho
colored and while laborersof Galveston,
und the demand for t ie removal of l ie
three colored policemen u but the out-
colored mooring people are watciung
the outcome of Hie arbitration commit
tee with a great deal or Interest. Promi
nent colored men. reviewing the sltua
Hon to-day, declared that the col
ore! tomrsnoremeu wouui not tamo
Iv submit to being replaced In'
Hie strikers, no mutter wnat tne
outoome ot tho arbitration might
1 hey hold mat tne .vinuory com
tianv inado a contraot to employ them
solong as they gave satisfaction and
periorineit tneir work, ino .Manor;
admit the negroes are giving good sat
faction, und indications point to further
troutue, no matter now win nrbiiiatiun
Adjutant General King arrived In tho
tv to-nurbt Irom Austin, llo has been
ordered by Governor Ireland to make
personal lnou rv into t ie situation, noiu
hero nml at Houston, and Instructed to
take such action tn the premises as shall
seem tn-t tuii.ui under tins authority
King could call out the mllltla on short
notice, ills presence at this Juncture
penning nruitraiion, is not calculated t
linnrovo the situation.
lloLHiuN, November 0, This morning
Hie strike had quieted nnd everything
around tue rniiroaii depot nnu cotton
compresses had assumed Its usual busi
ness aspect. The strikers, acting iindei
ndvloe from Gnlveston. resumed work,
The w ork or boycotting tho Mallory lino
rrelght still goes on, however, but thero
seems to be little necessity for this, us
tlio railroad companies are receiving
verv little freiirht fur this line, as ship
pers do not care to routo freight Hint
way, wniio Ino present irotiuie exists.
Vork Kesumed at Roach's Yards,
Cui'STKit. l'a November 0. Itoach
yard started this morning with 170 men
At 7 o'clock upwards of 1,000 had as
sembled around the gates, and when the
whistle gave Its accustomed toot at In
tervals oi one mlijiile, a deafening shout
went up irom tue crown wuieuuruwneil
the steam whistle. Women and chil
dren took up the glad bilzzah, and could
no neurit tor squares nwny. l lie tore
men or departments were tnken on. nn
they selected about 160 workmen. Tools
were given out, and about 00 mcr put
to work on tho Chlcngo. Othors wero
set about dlll'erctit things about -the
yard. All the del nrtments except tho
foundry were started.
Nr.w YniiK, November 0.Nenrlyl,5C0
men resumed work ut tne Morgan iron
Works (John ltoach'sl In this cltr this
morning, The citt'ser Atlanta nnd tho
dlsoatch boat Do nbln were full J)f tne
chanlos, and the busy hum or Industry
wns beard on an Blues, ir is said lime
over 1,000 more men will be taken on
during tne week.
To Guard the Chinese,
Wasiiixoiox, November 0. Secretary
Kndlcott has sent Instructions to mili
tary commanders, who are stationed In
the neighborhood In which uprisings
against Chinese are apt to occur, to
havetroopsln rcadlnesn to enforce the
provisions or the President's proclama
tion Issued on Saturday,
SIMMS & SAMUELS.
i'siK sinnn ' ' '
TilRii ir isi,
Myjoegjay anfl Wednesday,
J1S""JJ "IUNU MAItCIl
in coimiicm-iM, wuli La, r Dooly's laughable county. In 1 Act, entitled
" Wateh Dat Hole."
llin-- N. Mnrmui I Herrant Larry Dooly
Hr-lJnliiiHllo HorllttlerVin J, Donnelly
Miss PAULINE AMES,
hw VVii) the Kan Anln
TIM STARIN and
'."'I llallsr kHeh, "Til ror Tut,
ino -. I.K1U hit
1110 ni loiiNiu. lluatloiK.
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
LARRY DOOLY, - In one of his original specialty
Tho Great VESTVALI,
I'Hilleiil.ir iiin-iill.,11 la ndlltiihi
ir-.-trttilUinoii (in-wlthf)iit .toHhl (Im I I
lllv ntiunr, stMMwlhf( ttit that
iiii minMniii ni Hit
p' nf Irwli (.nitiitly.
THE IRISH STRANGERS,
Wliloli lins won for them a imt cm Inldu reputation.
Senator TIM STARIN.inonoof his funny specialties
Miss PAULINE AMES,
TMnl Wvi k Hint 111 llli.of
it nil ninny ilicr m w itinl i
Miss DEBBY RICKLIN,
Once more, - VESTVALI, - In a roportoiro of songs
Overture, - - - .
Tho whole loisini liiilc with llu. N. Morirun In his Hensaitlonul lluck-Wnods Drama,
Id luiiuctx, 1-11IIII0I
Brocky Morgan, - - -
till: llll.llhitltv.Nll. .
The Great May Pole Dance 1
The'Realistic Mortal Knife Combat!
The Trained Trick Donkey "Calamity."
This E-nrtblistimont Is now Heploto with All tne Novelties for tha
Fall and winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can bo seen In Mack and Colored, l'lnln and Hroonded. Casstmeres (black
und colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Milk
Pongees, Dress lialds In single and double widths, and
leirTrluiinlngs to suit all Dress Goods.'TSg
Gloves, Laces, and FancVaGoods.
Ho is now showing the largest stock of Kid Glovos, Mlts, Laces and FancyGoods
ror Ladles and Children ever brought to our oity. In Silk Hosiery
he has nn endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fail and Winter Millinery
All tho latest Full and Winter styles nnd mtkes of Konnets nnd Hats,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, ltlhbons und Trimmings will bo round
there. This department Is under llrst-class artistes,
who will please the tastes or all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling, Doiiiostio Prints, Ulnglutms. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels nml Hosiery, Among the other tilings which wero very extensively
purchased by Ills ugents wns tho most mngnlllcent stock of Dress
Goods of ull kinds ever seen In any dry goods house lit Texas.
Kspeolal intention was given tn purchasing Fall nnd Winter
silks, nml ean he nlso give thu greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
a 01 r.iitut
1 Winter Clotlilnir U
iK'fl, 1(1 ttIO Lltt
A Vi'ry lance
itoot a. a ma iiu
full Block of
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
IUh Furniture) Department li ooranloto with II imehoU Qrtod, and ho will suit overyboJy
in this 1 1 tit. Amonif pthor irool vro Und VinU 1 trior Bultfl, Mohulr I'rtrlor Hulta, Walnut and
Afth Iluilrttin8ulti. SVtrdnti04, Chalrtf, Uj.Iv llrnaioli and Ingram Carpets, Ituir, ilattimr,
Curtulnu, Window tShal. Kiu. Country urdrs rtllod promptly and sat U taction yu a run toed,
bund for Btttnplei.
Main Plaza and Accquia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE. "
. .ItCSIItSS MiHSOHl
November 9, 10 anfl 11,1885
In Serio-comic Selections
rnViiriti-M, returned once more
or two Crank., "Iiilnlilrln- iwmir.. ilanoex
rrlk'iilr ullenllon Is etilh.l to the sit) to und
InSongs and Dances
' Mairnltlclcnt Wiutnilic-.
Iris.li ViKwIlntit nix! Damin tirUMit
In soups and tlniicos
In Motto song and dances
In funny sayings
- Flores do Elsois Waltz
- - - - Huse N. Morgan
VM. II. OriNNKTTn
. VVM. WIUTKIt
tho largest over brought to Texas, andc
Hon mid Stitr iiMta.