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It'snsocrot, but don't glvo It
nwny. I usod
Red Gross WhiskY
Woll, for goodness snko, I
novor saw a man got ovor tho
Donguo Fovor bo quickly bo
foro. What's tho cnuso of It 7
And It's tho finest thing In tho
land to got tho bost of Donguo.
Volume V. Number 268.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER II. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
CERPETS, LECE CURTAINS,
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rnnlillr levoloiilinr tii.to nr homo ilccorntlnn In ttila city luia lonlil !- contributed in Mil In
no aimill ilciri-co. We carry nown new ami mil lino or ('Alll'lrrx. micli in Iniriiiliia.Tiil'oalry,
body llriiaacl. etc. our troods uru fre-di. our pattern selections fnitiiuutc, and prlcca llio
!i)Wi-t, Wo row mill lily Carpeta to anil nur cil dinners.
LACE CURTAINS and CRETONNES
Wo hare the tjirircat Asaortmcnt, and can liow nt proacnt u neat selection r furniture.
KrlliKts silltnlilu fur jtiilrcMiiln, Miinth-lloiiMla, -tr.
IN JIATl'IMIS. WlllTi: AMI CUbollKII, WH OFFCIl 11AIMIAINS.
J" O SEE BRO S .
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Convenient to business c
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ttrA rai.IOO atock of Cnalinn ork In s. lect irnin, i-onalathiKiir the tlncst unil larircst
slock of SCHOOL-HOY HIIOHS AND (1 AlTllltrt n it seen In till, market, mul It will lio (if In
terest for bos an.l outlis to aco inf. lliiiiillnii.lc CALK (LALT. AMI MUTTON) 8IIOIS AXI1
CIAITEHS. UALMOHAt. (LALT. AND HUTTON) aAlTlilt!), Olt. (II1AIN dace and Pultoni.
Kino acwed work 11 specialty In all brunches. A lino lot or lurire-alzo boots for inin, to be oM
nt reduced rntea. These goods lnuat Ik) seen to be appreciated.
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-A.lam.0 Oonaexrt Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comonts, Cernont Walks and Grey Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dcalors in Imported
mid Domcalla Ccuicuta, Wli'lo I.iinc, lljlr T"i slcr and Chimney Kluca. Our Cement la used
ttroillcu nnd Wii
r. rflMMANd. A. MAMI'I.L.
Oysters, Fish and Game.
iRiterside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz'o Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Strcato.
?SylAtnoli and Meals at all hours,
Polite waiters In attendancr.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposito tho Passongor Depot, on Austin Street.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Fine Imported and Domestic Honors,
Wines and Cigars, Pollto and intently) barkeepers. Everything llrst-clnss In
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor.
ALL KINDS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION, DONE!
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE. "
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 21 0, EAST COMMERCE STREET.
NO II COMMKllCC STItECT,
(Late Willi ltlco, Horn i Co., New Orleani, La.)
Hardware, Paints, OilsGlass, Etc.,
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
... I SOLE AdKNTU FOICJ ..
Now York Enamel 1'alnt Company's Jllzoil Pata, Heat in the inaikct.
bariro lino or lloullnir felovcs at Low I'rkes.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DHOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ATiE IN TOWN.
Willi best nccommodatlo
f.w. McAllister & bro.
SOI, I0J AND 20S S. ALAMO Sr.. COR. VILUTA,
SAN ANTONIO, TKXA9.
Wt aru Wholcealo and Uctall Dealers In Auitln
Whlto Lime, Heat Km litis of Dark ltosonilnlo and
Imparled Cnifllsb Portland Omenta, Master cr
1'ftrlB, and Long- Goat Hair, and would ask you to
call, or write un, for prices beforo purchasing elw
wboro. Pleaiio mention this paper.
everything served In Flrst-Olars Stjlo.
WII.I, I'OSITIVl'.I.V PULI. YOt'
Ranges, the Best on Eh
A PLEASING ROMANCE.
Story of JoHiisita do la Torro and
Louis St. Olaro.
History of the Establishment of tho
Tamale and Chilo Con Carne
Stands of San Antonio.
One of the moat novel alghts lint mretft
the stranger on entering San Antonio
after night lathe open air eatlni stands
on Alamo and .Military p'nzas, ulilch are
locnlly known as tamale or chile con
carnc aland. Imperially on Military
ilnn does this ecena present n wleril
and semi-barbaric camp iippeatanco.
The natural supposition l that, nstho
owners uf these eating siunds uru ult
Mexicans, that It Is u peculiar national
feature of .Mexican life. Such Is lint tho
case. J lie tamale atanu is a local s ill
Antonio Institution, seen nun Here in
Mexico except on leust days, when they
are usually In tents and not In the open
air ns here, with their hund'ei'- of
twinkling ilqlits, anil their nprn o'linp
llres by which the food Is urepnieu.
Thuy are llxetl luatlliitioiia. Mid ur.i inn
every night In the year, fiout annuel lilt
11 o'clock next inoruliu'. rain or iliine,
and mny be s.ill to be a boon to inniiv nn
Impecunious tuifoi t im.itc, ns In re b? i nn
procure some. lung illl which In a.Hi-iy
the sliiirii cravings of burger Willi the
mere trille or & cents. Ueing a local In
stitution, then must havobcen a moilto
for Its tslsMiahmeiit aibl a beln
nlng. A l.iuiir man a few iiavn
ago, bad the good foiiune to be Intro
duced to an aged Mexlcin lady who all
her life has been In this dir. and wlio
Is familiar wllh Its traditions and
legeuds. llcfining to the taninle tmd.
this lady savsthat their elnhlihniiu
date back to ISl.i, when thu Aiiiis.b ..oH
took and held Ihls frontier low n lor llvo
tnoiitbs. It wns a pretty l.tilesoty,
full of romance, and the I. lour duit 'il
down Its leadlngtiiuldeiits, whluli mlglit
interest Its ninny readers.
The tocsin of liberty was aouuded In
Dolores, Stain or (iiuna)ua;n hv Cura
Hidalgo on the night of Soteuiln r 15,
1810, and In the rollowlng Jul .ie .v.is
led out In ( hlhuahua and shot bv the
.Spanish soldiers Hut the cry or f.eed
did not die wllh blm, but spre.ul nil
over tho land, iioiwl.listiinduig the re
lentless ami bloody persecution of the
patriots by the rovallsla. Like n tidal
wave the spirit or Ireedom tlnally rolled
over the hundreds of miles of w 'Id and
hostile prairies or the then distant and
Isolated provinco of Texas, and reached
the hearts of brave and ndventuro is
Americans, who were then on tho
borders or the newly acquired ter
ritory of Louisiana. Iternatdo (Ju
tiernu, who was u lleelng UepubMuan,
tints met with such mill as Mugee. Kem
per, Ace., who we 6 olllcers of the United
States Army, doing duty on ihu lron.'er,
and soon Interested them In tho tales of
the struggles for llberty.nnd finally p-e-valled
on them to organize an expedition
of kindred spirits and assist the Mexican
Republicans. With charnclellsllu love
of liberty, which lias tlallngusbed
Americans all over the world, .Mngee,
Kemper, Itoss, l'erry, Slooum, I)r, For
syth, Colonel Davenport and others, to
the number ofsomeSCO, organized them
selves and undertook the caplme of tho
Spanish posts In Texas. On the march
tho party Increased to some 5CD, u mol
lev crew of adventurers of nil nal lon
nlltles. In which the Americans predom
inated as leaner, unit in tne runs iiiiu
II io were mostly Mexicans and French.
It Is r mailer ofhlstorv how they took
I-a Iluhla, which wns n post opposite of
the present site of Oollan, on November
7, 1812. Ten days arter Oovernor Sal
oedo, tho Spanish Oovrrnor, arrived
from San Antonio with n largo
Torce and laid selgo to the Itepub-
llcans. j ne suuerings unn ueruic tie
feme of the beleaguered is too long it
story for this sketuh. On January -1,
1813, Mngee, the recognized head of the
expedition, died. Kemper took coin-
Uiunil, anil hopi up llie ganuni ueiennu.
A battle wns lought, In which the revo
lutionists were victorious aim ti.o Mpan
lurds hastily beat n retreat towards San
Antonio, losing some 300 Mexicans, vv ho
ltscrted to tho Hepubllcans. On Mnn.h
20 the battle ol i.osario, iu nines ease ot
the city, was relight. On the pari of tho
Iiepublloans thcro were 270 Americans,
200 Mexicans and 30 Indians. The loy
alists were totally defeated and maiiy
were taken ptlsoners. Captain IMgado
cut the throats of some 111 Spanish olll
cers against the earnest protest or the
Americans, anil wnicu act cauaeu many
or the latter to leave tho expedition and
return to their country. The came
given was Hint the Spaniards had treach
erously killed hie rather. Tho Spaniards
abandoned San Antonio, the key of
Texas, and leit the Republicans In peace-
rul possession lor nvo inoni us. j gov
ernment was organized which was os
tensibly Mexican ;but practically Amer
ican, and filler control or the command
er of the American norllon of the army,
which was f'St Kemper, then Itoss and
then tlnally l'erry. Many of tue people
of San Antonio were pure Spanish
families or tho Spanish army,
that had always garrisoned I Ills Import
ant frontier post for a century past.
Naturally the eel.ng wns hostile aga'r.st
what was considered n foreign Invading
army, and the supplies for the mainten
ance or this force wes dllllcult to obtain.
Among the better classes ofllie people
no social Inlercourno was permhtod
with the Invaders. The main body or
Americans o icupled the adobe house on
tho cotnei'orioe Main plaza, on Hie silo
or which now Stands the large dry
goods establishment or I. YVolfson,
Among the Americans In this expedi
tion was a l.ouUlanlan, orF.'ench origin
named Louis Si. Clare: ulao Ineldeutly
It could be mentioned (bat WM.-m Mo
Lane, talbcr or II. II. McLnne, the pies
ent owner or the beautiful es.ale at
the head of the river, was of the
pariy, and who, after tunny years,
returned to this place and made it his
Among the olllcers who lost tUe'r
lives by the barbarous treachery of Cap
tain ueigaoo, was a aoctor oi tne
Simnlsh a'uiv, named Jesus Ma.de la
Torre. In tne garrison he had lelt a
wife and n dataller 10 years of age.
The Iniler nosses'sed lhat f ecullar style
of.Spati'sit ,'eaiuresthat uiat'u so Irul.fnl
a tuetce for poets, among whom wns
the girted llryon. Features lound
and regular, large, dteatny black
eyes, that contained a volcano of slum
bering tire or love and hale, hair long,
allVv ami nfrnrun hlsrknoaa. cn.nnlorlon
1 oi milky wiiiiene&s, nnu jorm, sytneirn'
;eal, lllho and suptle, as II molded In a
'ureea mouei. nue was me ueue ot 1110 rresenuy we settled down to quiet rttn
TL The sudden dereat of the loyal I nlng-nt least I could keep my baton,
arms and death of her rather completely i and mv teeth didn't chatter. Thn enn-
prostrated the widow and mother, and
on the entrance or toe victors, this nalr
ior rrlghtened royalists endeavored to
i uuio in a miseratiie Jacal In the outskirts He smoother, I see.' 'Vcs,' said the con- , Company" Is an up and In working con
. ol the town. Hut wheiewlth to live was , duotor, 'we're off the track now.'" dlllon for tins evening's performance,
I the question. All business and Industry Oglethorpe Castanet. I A grand scenic effect may bo expected,
was paralytcd. One day as the then
Idle and restless Louis bt. Clare was
wander'ng about he found this hidden
dumbfounded. Never had he drt anted
of being so lovely. Itiotiatably hn
rclloncd Lcr wllh his e)es lo tho
humble Jacal, to which she hastily re
treated In confusion, as she had noted
the ardent look that shono ironi the
e)es of tho baud enemy. IkiuIs lost no
lime In plesenting himself nt the cnb'.n
door, where he wns met by the stricken
hut austere widow, who wanted to know
his business, and ho In turn, Uniting
himself racing what be Inahii'-lllely
recognized ns a woman or rttlnemetit
ntul eilucnllon, rould only confn.cillv
slammer nut n row un'ntelllgable words
Intended for an apology. Ills hesltallng
and blushing manner Intuitively lolil
the tnotlier or Ids good'ieas ami noble
ness or heart, and she InvlKd him to n
seat within. St. Hare hid learned
Spanish In college, and with what pr.ie
tico he had on tills expedition, he cou'd
make himself understood quite Intcllli
ably. As is usually tho ease with , lie
Mexicans and Spaniards, the conversa
tion has to be carried on wllh the old
folks, and with the young the
eyes hold silent but elorj lent commun
ion. The widow Dp la torro round llie
young Frenchman not ro terrible, when
lie In eoiLinou wllh tho other Americans
denounced In unmeasured terms the
horrible massacre by which her husbind
lost Ids life, her fi clings towards the
foreign Intnilers softened sullleietilly lo
Invite Ihe smitten Creole to renew his
visit. It Is use'eis lo slain that he did
so aflcr the lapse of only one day. The
friendship thus romantically begun rip
ened Into Inilmncy until Louis' time was
nearly till spent In the jacal on the north
ern edge of th Utile town, anil which
made hint the butt of many a loml
natured joke on the pattoMiU comrades
for hnvlog gone over to the enemy.
nut tne means or lite was inc
olio grett queallou that tonrron-
all. The widow was with
out means, and although Louis was tno
owner or considerable estates In Louis
iana It availed;lilm nothing bete. Al1
that was obtainable was it Utile coinand
occasionally some meat
The tamale, wblcli was probably one
of Ihe original Indian dishes befoie the
Spanish conquest, ami was ono of Hie
tuoit palatable ways of preparing llie
simple corn and moat, was much es
teemed by the men composing ihe gar
llson, and was eagerly sougnt alter, but
the prejudice among the citizens being
so Intense that tbtv could not be ban.
The reception or one ol the Invnilera
lost to thoDe In loire famlh.lbe fiiend-
ship or all loyalists, and they were lelt
wiiiioutiiny means or inaiiiiniiiiug lire.
At this Juncture on the verge u, starva
tion, St. Clare, who would glvo his life
for Ihe lair Jeauiltn. the name of the
daughter proposed a diaeiiaaion on "as
and menus. It was ileelib'i'. Ihat, as re
pugnant as It al llrst appeared to the
proud Spanish mother, a restaurant
should be started. Up to this date the
Americans had been obllgul to do their
own looking, as the pionle weie too
hostile to be Irred to do It for theiu, o
great was the allenullon of the runner
filends from the doctor's wife Ihat site
could not rent n house In tho town, and
finally n taldo or rough slabs was circled
with logs for benches nml I ho llrst t.mialo
staiul In sail Antonio was eslniillsueii.
The food, which was Hie raltons or tho
Ainerlo.ins, wns prepared by some Indian
women, ami it nominal cuargo was unme
at the table to cover the cost and trouble.
The beautiful Jesuslla and Iter mother
did the honors of the table wllh n grato
and dignity that made the rough fron
tiersman brush tin their manner. The
enterprise was a succc, and tin- lovers
were happy In the blind present as
lovers nre apt to be. Tne cmir-c of true
love never runs smooth. Soon rumors
reached Ihe Republicans of tlienppro.ich
ot an army of Koynllsls of:!000 men. The
mere handful of Republicans met Ibis
furco under F.llsondo on the Alaan and
completely routed them. In the engage,
tnent Louis was wounded, but soon re
covered under the loving and ten.
dcr CBre or the adorablu Jesu
slta. On August 18. 1SI3, Arre.dondo, who
now led, tho Royalist, lought tho
Americans, who were almost lelt alone.
Hie Mexican allies frightened by the ror-
uuuaoie army, tit sent it in oruer
lo make peace with whom they
cousiucriu muse nccomo too vie
tors. Thus tho Americans were de-
defcatcd and all either captured or
much. Among tne lormcr was t,ouis,
who was brought to the town, but not
allowed tocomuiunloate w lilt his friend
The action of Jio Da In Torres was
adludiren treason, and In nunUhmcnt.
they wllh tunny others were obliged to
grind the corn ror the large royal army
on tho laborious tuntntus. The success
or the open-air restaurant wns nut ror
gotten, and as soon ns the cruel Spanish
tyrants released the women or San An-
.onlo mm tho menial forced service.
the De la Totres were obliged to again
establish their tamale stand, and soon
Oi'icrs ro'lowed, and this style ol cnling
betamo very popuinr, and to this
dsv tho onen-air restaurants.
rn-naie ainmts, nnvn oecn Kcpr.
jo through rain and elilne. under the
many snccerJIng povern uents that
have held sivnv In this bisiorio city,
Lot'ls was oauied a ii.'lsoner to Mon-
clovn,!rom where he lundo his cicapo In
1S15. llav'lig thoroughly mastered tho
Spanish language, he cou'd easily pass
oil as a Spaniard, and bo thus was able
to reach San Antonio. His welcome
was as coidlal as an i.tent lovei-could
wish, liui Hi s vis no puce lor these
mend neonle to "ass iio-l'ves. Tho
iltt'o that the thrn.y mo. lie and daugh
ter nan sayett was invesien in noises
and necessary onain equ'page, and after
uaviiig tne iiiarviago ceeuiony per.
formed by tho tinest, too banuv
couplo and mother set o it tliroi'tfb
tno vast Wilde ness
the deserlsd lilatiintloi
ana. Voung St. Clare soon eslabl'ahed
his ldeulUy ond lived a Ion? and happy
life with the beautiful daughter of toe
Spanish doctor and tho founder or the
lar-iamett inmate nanus or ban Antonio,
A Georgia Railroad,
Some or the railways down this way
are still n little shaky, Tho old Jerk
water line Is especially loose In the
Joints. A commetclal traveler who
came In yesterday relates a little expe
rience while bounding over tho rond.
"We were whooping along," hn said,
"at the rate or nbout seven miles an
hour, and the old train wns weaving
terribly, I expected every minute to
see my hones protruding through my
skin. Passengers were rolling from ono
end of the car to Ihu other. I held nn
like grim death to the arms or my seat.
duotor was In halllnir distance I looked
' un with it trhastlv smile, wishlnir to look
cheerful, and said: 'Wo are going a lie-
LOST ON THE REEFS.
A Steamer Goes Down on Lake Supsr-lor-LIes
I'oiit AttTtiia, Ont November IP.
Following Is the list or the lost by the
wreck or the steamer Algonla:
Mrs. Dudon and son, aged 10, of St.
Mr. and Mrs. Frost, or "Foster," or
(lenrgc I'etllgrew, chirr tnglneer.
Alex. McDeriuolt, of the Scrvla, sec
Mr. Maokenxle, mirier of tho Marina.
Alex. Taylor, chief steward of cither
tho lliillaloor Cleveland.
Jones, sieerngo steward or tho
lheolber names consist nir or deck
hands, llremen, waiters and others or
lie crew, can not be obtalntd.
The etorv or the disaster, as related
by Captain Moore, Is that the Algonla
passed through St. Mary's canal bound
for this port, last Friday noon. Soon
after reaching like Superior, the wind
began lo freshen from tho northwest,
ami great banks of leaden clouds along
tho horizon denoted the approach of
heavy weather. As night approached,
the wind continued to Increase In vlo
lenoe, and by dark had developed Into
one of the tleruest and most destructive
gales eer experienced on the up-
er lakes. As the gale Increased,
he sea began to make and before mid
night Lake Superior was lashed Into a
wilderness ot seeming loam, it lino me
empest shrieked and howled streat sens
swept completely oer tho struggling
stenier. 'Ihe situation was nindo nit
he more terrible by a blinding snow
torm Hut set in before morning. It
wna Impossible to see the length of the
Hteamer. The pnengers and crew
re terrllled beyond measure and mo
mentarily expelled tho steamer to
plunge to the bottom. Ilv Instructions
of Captain Mcore, the olllcers circulated
among the passengers, trying to allay
intir tears, iney were panic-siricKcn.
however, and huddled loiri ther In the
cabin, where tho screams and prayers of
me women nnu cniiuren eouiit tie iiearu
abovo the thundering of the gale. On
Saturday morning Isle Royal wns
sighted and Captain Moore headed the
steamer for Rock Harbor where he
hoped to gain shelter. '1 he Island forms
a natural harbor of refuge, hut near the
ntraHce Is a dangerous reef and just as
t be steamer w as Hearing the entrance she
struck the reef. There was a terrlllo
shook and the steamer came to n lull
slop, l'nssengers rushed out or the
nablu and besieged tho olllcers to tell
tlieiu wlint had happened. "Ylunreon
a reef," replied Captain Moore. Just
then onoof the crew reported that the
learner's bottom had been punctured
ml that she was llllluir with water.
Hosts wero at once cut ready and nil
sinned to leave Hie steamer, but lust as
they wero about to lower the boats tho
steamer nip ei on tuu reel ami iiisan-
neurrd wllh an anirrv roar. The water
v. as covert d wllh struggling forms or
men and women, ami then all was over.
Only II Hied to tell tho tale. Theso
got Into ono or the boats, but were
powerless to save IbcmsclMS, ns they
viiiioiii oars, i aptaiu .'loore,
r. w rene hen n tuoi-noaru irom
the bottom of the boat, and with that as
a middle sueeteded In working the boat
to the Island, where the survivors were
Mr. Rent ley, the manager oftbollne,
has sent out tugs from here, with In-
mictions to seatch Isle ltoalforany
survivors that may possibly have got
ashore, and pick tin ami take care of any
bodies thai may be found. Tho tugs
are not nt Hie scene or tno wreck.
Tho Indian Quottion.
Wahhimiiov, November 10. Tho I'res
Ident gave an audience to-day to a com
mltteo appointed nt n recent conference
at Lake Mohunk, to present to him the
result of their deliberations on tho In-
dlan question. General Flsk headed
tho delegation. Hon. hrasttta llrooks,
of New York, lead an address embody
ing the views of tho conference ns lo tho
best method of Improving the condition
of tho Indians. Remarks were also made
bv Rev. I.i man Abbott and General
FUk, each ot whom advocated tho aboli
tion or the prusent system ot Indian re
servation and favored the adoption ot n
nnllov In reinird to them similar lo that
so successfully employed In theenso or
tne colored population, sue s resiucni
listened attentively to tho speakers and
assured them of the deep Interest ho bad
in the Indian question, Ho reviewed
brleliy the many uiincuities encoun'
tcred In dealings wllh the rjues
Hon, which bo acknowledged
most Imoorlanl. and said
ercrt trouble to his mind wns as lo the
llrst tiractloal step to be taken In Im
nruv Inir the condition of the Indians
Shall we glvo tbem moro schools and
churches and Implements ror use on
their leservntlons, orshallwo deed them
lands In severalty and leave them to
their own resources? Ono trouble be
found was to get rid ofths Influences of
the old olilels. tho question is sur
rounded with difficulties, and the most
Important consideration, to bis mind, at
f resent, Is what Is most useful to the
ndlans. Ho said while It might not he
well for the cause to disturb (lie Indians
nml their niesent homes, he believed
the reservations would ultimately be
given totiiem in severalty, ami tno In
dians thrown on their own resources,
The President reminded the commission
that tho cause which thuy advocated
would reiiulre vears to consummate,
but Intimated that he hoped to be able
to make n beginning In the right direc
tion during the remaining years or his
A meeting or some of tho pasiorsof
the oily was he'd yes.eniuy afternoon
In the study or Rev. W, 1'. Preston, to
consider the ques.ion or tin'on evange
us. ic services iu .u'scr.y, lucre wer
nresent Rev. Drs. J. iV. Ncl .
llnckutt anil K. G. Scudder, and Revs,
W.S. Fa'en0uiB ami W. II. Preston
Rev. K. II. Chapped would have been
present but for sickness. Steps were
taken to li'i ni series of meetings on
November Z .d, toconi;nt'e,ror one week,
In tho va'totiicbu'Chfi represented, ani
then In some pebllo ball. If one can be
secured. 1'Cons are he'ng made to get
the lull now occupied bv Mr. liakei's
skating t'nk on lions. on st.eet. The
meedngs aro to bo conducted by Mr.
liixon w. triams,oi leouessee,
i Tha "Wsr'ct" To-Rlgat,
The erand scene? cocslsllne or two
esr'oads or r-e'ght ujed by the "Wotld
SIMMS & SAMUELS, - -
I THM N. MUIIIIAN
Til Pi I HANI)
Monday, Tnesday and Weflnesflay,
commences villi harry lKioly's laughable coi
Miss PAULINE AMES, - - In Sorio-comic Soloctions
n- tin-) nn. wh" Wi tlir Hun Ahlonlo fnvtirtlfff, rrttmu'! otico tnti
TIM STARIN and DEBBY RICKLIN,
ll'll -H,lll' akct
,1 lilt - mul rl.lle.il.
Mis LAURA ASH BY,
LARRY DOOLY, - In one of his original specialty
The Great VESTVALI,
rurtit'iilur ulU'iil Ion U titUM to tier Mojrnlflctont Wtvlrobo.
""TONNELLY and DREW,
i M.fffntU-iHfniin-Hlllioull..iitit Uh N-t lrl-li YupaIIsU ami Dancrra no upon tlio
villi' rtltun. ismwr.ishir vntiMK flint iro Hit hunt n Mi'itilsti. ilanclnir with thn utiniMt raoo
5ml ilwlr Hij MHltiir iintl It lilt uru lrrtnliliitiln. Tlicjr will npix-ur this work In their
THE IRISH STRANGERS,
Whicli lias won for iliem a moat enviable reputation.
Senator TIM STARIN. In
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Third Wit h ami lllir lilt, of tlie (Ireat ami only,
MISS LAURA. ASHBY,
ii tr muni' of Imt firiit Orlftitul Jitirlltir mi'l Ilu1nriclnir;alin tho Wtdidprful Japnnro
I 'I lit mily lAfly hi tin Wurl'l Intrtxluuliiir the Wonderful IVut of ItalanclliK l'lru
nl man)- otfiur tivvr unii nuvel funt. inn t Full Ut fvo her.
Miss DEBBY RICKLIN,
Once more, - VESTVALI, - In a roportoiro of songs
ii- hole to conelmlu wllh Huso N. Mnranii In lilt Penaallonul Hack-Woods Drama,
In loo acl, intltli.l
Brocky Morgan, - - -
11 A tlll.N'l
The Groat May Pole Dance I
Tho Realistic Mortal Knife CombatI
The Trained Trick Donkey "Calamity."
This Ettrtbli3hment la now npleto with All tne Novelties tor tho
Knll nntl winter Season,
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can he soen In Illnek and Colored, l'laln and Hrooaded. Cassimerct (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Bat
eons. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
I'ongees, Dress I'lalds In single and double widths, and
ftay-Trlmnttngs to suit all Dress Gowls.-a
Gloves, Laces, and FancygGoods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves, Jilts, Laces and FancyJGoodS
ror Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
ho has an endless variety and cannot bo undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makos or Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich I'lumes, Tips, ltlbbons and Trimmings will be round
there. This department Is under llrst-ciass artistes,
who will please the tastes or all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellngs, Domestlo 1'rlnts, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by Ids agents was tho most magnificent stock of Dress
Uoods of all kinds over scon In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kipeclal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks, and can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stick or Kail mul Winter Clotblnir Is tho largest ever brouirtit to Tin as, and cm
braues, in tbe latest patterns, I'rlnco Albert, Cutaway. Frock anil Hack Suits.
A very large ami complete stock of Ladles'. Misses', Hen's and Hois'
Hlioca aiel Hoots. A rull line of Htetson Bort and Huff Hats.
Also n full stock or tiontleinon's furnishing Uoods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ills Furniture Depart m on t Uooinnloto with 11'iusolioM O-xkI, an.l ha will i ult everybody
In thin lino. Amoiitfottiir irooli wo tin J IMuiU 1' irlor 8ulu, Mohair Tudor t?ulu. Walnut and
Anil HwlroomHulta, Wrtnlrolios, Oh aim, Holy Itruwoli nml Ingrain Uarpota, Hug's, Mat tin jr.
Curtains, Window blitisloa, Kta Ouuutr oniort IlUod promptly ana tatUfaotlou guarautocU
Send for lamplca.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
- - - PROPRIETORS
. .Itl-aiKKSS MAIfAflKR
. . AMlTSeMEXT llllirCTOH
... . I.C.IIIKH or DacllsaTHA
.I.kaorh or IliiAas Hand
November 9, 10 ail 11, 1885
ilr In 1 Act.cntltlM
In Songs and Dances
ono of his funny specialties
In songs and dancos
In Motto song and dances
In funny sayings
Floros de Elsois Waltz
- - - - Huse N. Morgan
wh. ii. wiNNirm:
.. . 11(111 MAHMltlK
. ,.w.M. raiurtllt
. TIM HTAIIIN
..MISS ANNIH IIIIWAIIl)
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