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BECAUSE IT'S THE
RED CROSS WHISKY
Rocolvod froah Every Wook.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
Volume V. Number 271.
The San Antonio Light
CSRPETS, MCE CURTEWS,
Forty Blockn in Extent Burnml
One Thcuiand Peoplt Houttlets and
$1,500,00, Inturanee 600,l)GO.
I The hi
(lur I'l'llnLHTIlltV IIISl'AHTwr.ST I- irrowi
tune heen Increii.lnir ho inneli u to ciioouriure u.
l nnlilly developing lasfc Tor Inline iloooi-nl Inn II I
i.m iniill ileaiou. Wo carry now u new hiiI nil. II
nl lj CuriK l to
iik riiphllr. bib! ele In t Im Imi few j cars
l.i lilt III new lUlillllnll
ie of l Alll'KTH, such n
attorn Icotiniej rorti
LACE CURTAINS and CRETONNES
Wo have III.' Miriri .1 Assortment. Anil oini "how lit lir.--.out 11 iie.ll .eteotloi, ol -,-nUm-e,
JOSKE BROS -
J. H. KAMPMAHN. President. I OTTO K0E1ILER, Secretary
TXT1 11 0
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Mala and Military Plans, San Actjnlo, Teias,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR.
-JHOVHIHITK OV TUB-
No. 1 7 Soleclad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
(!TA (9MM) Kto
i.tnui work to cloet from, cousi.tlnir of tin- thu-t inul Inrirest
u.u..rKi'ltnm,Il()V SHOW AND ClAITIHIS ever seen III this market, and It will he ol In.
,,.,, r.. ,,,, .,, joutlnto Winn. llnnd-lcii'to UAI.r'd.ACi: ANI1 HflTilM Sill lP,S AMI
(lAlTlMlf. BA1.MOHAI. (I.At I'. AMI Ill'l'lONI (IAITRIIK. Oil. (I1IA1N dace and Inilti
Kino new oil work il specialty In nil brunches. A fine lot of Inrm-allx boots loiii.in, .i Imi
n't i educed intos. 'I'lionu good must lio soon to ho appreciated.
rrr. 11 K1ITFVFII B. J. MAUtBMttM. W. E. JONES. C. uAMSEUCrn
' PreiUlent. SecreUry. Supt. Msnagn
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Coments, Cement Walks and Grey Lime
Hydraulic Lime and Building blono, also Dealers in Imported
nii.1 I hum-Kilo foments, White Mine, llulr. I'l istei-iind lilinm l 1'lui ihn Cement In n
In tlioloinUiiictli.il or llic Now Slate I'apllnl.
rrnmconnil Warehouses, N s.ai7 iiiuiai' Aeniuia Mud. Winkii nn.l Dually n
F.W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
2C, 20J AKO 2C5 S. ALAMO Sr.. OH VILf TA
BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
We mo Wholesale nn.l Itotall Ilcalem in Auatln
While I.l mo, Hint llrnnds of Km I. Itntondale
Inipurlod Knsil.h Portland foments, l'lnstci
Purl., ami Uwk Gnat llslr, ami ivoui.l ass m
cull, or wrlto in, for prices before purcluisitifr
wbcro. Please mention thispapir.
Oysters, Fish. and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Lonoya Streets
RICE & DALLAS,
(Ulo Willi ltlcc, Horn Co.. Now Oilcans, Liu
Hardware, Paints, Oils, 'Glass, lite
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
I gnus AUHNTS roil i
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ringes, the Best on Earth,
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DnOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
ADOLF SCHNAITH, .
202 I, ii v neu Btrtct.
Ft no Port! alts nfH't'luHy. Lotions jflvon in
Drnwlntr Hixl rahitliiff. Poilnilts riom IKo
and cultirtfC'il lroin jitiotoxiiiplis, Druwlng
Pch(l for ClilMi'i'ii Witliu'stlny niul Put unlay
Post -Office Exctai
Saturday Evonlng, Nov. 14.
Iix.nl unil TorolBn Wlnos, I.I,iioro n
Ulirurs. rullttuttoiitloiitoirii(tb. I'nt. Inni
(Ul.vrarrns, XnTi-inbor 18. Tin burnt
ilUtrlot novi-n S block, xvrti nt which
nro not nwept entirely denn. It II 1(1
liltittfeA in ilfpth mid vpii;p h wlillh ot
three lilookn. Krom the liouietn the
smoklnx liiirnt illirk-i reseiuhlen a liuite
hlnnk liAir-flpnieil Tun. lying nerot the
Ulnnil. Atonf ,-olut It It III lilorku, or
one mile unit a iitnrl r wlilo.
The lire itnrt.-O on Ilia north Kl.le of
Avenue A, bettor known h the Minimi,
m hlcli U one blo k from the liny, nml 1 1
rtonpril wttl.lr two blneki of the gulf.
Sixteenth utroot Ik nine liloeki wot ot
the PXtiww Inhiblt-ihlx entl o' the
Die tire win tonllneil to thu irl bnr
rcil on the etift hy Sixleeulli etreut,
nil on tho eft by Seventoenth ireet.
he bmlnm pitrt ufthu city lieglnn nt
wenllutli tretl mnl r hub t 10
hit oillllno luiHttn tlm lire, wliloli
began to uprcuil tleretly lifter II pnereil
,-eime 1). Hy the time II hnd reHcheu
ehtte I, or Hmmlwey, It wm eweei-
ng nearly three blook In width from
the went aide ot Seventeenth Irrrl lo
he enst elite of Kourleentb utreet.
buiit :!U0 lioutee were l.urneil, nlilch
ere occupied by Hilly 5(0 fiiiiillli-.
roui Avenue A lo AU'tiut P.. ruiir
Hiari-n, the biimi-d dwellln wi-r on-
tiplrd nltnoit oniln-lv by Ihe poorer
laM, anil eevertu i.-iiuhior were cron oeu
ii n elnifUi hou.o In Hit Htrip. l-'r un
i venue K, liowever, the liurin-d illn trlet
leu the onittiioRt nttil tmM fnsli-
onable nortlou ot the city. Une bun-
ilred uleKtintly fiiriilahiil nnntloria ure
in ruinn. .iinny or uioiio ronioenf't-0 nau
beautiful Kurdi-im Htlaohoil lo llieiii, mid
the uiotiexotl )on Uoen not reprotietit one
hatf their vnlue. All nmnner of eittl-
inutcs nru to he honril it 1 tlln 1I1110. The
iisieBHors ssy 1 1 1 tnxubo vnlue of the
weliinus niinieii is iu.Mj.ooi). una
nkm the latuul loiat-l nronertt Sl.fKiO.-
000, which perhaps roprtfetiU the loaa
In money. The ineurunoe l t-aliinaled
nt irUUM.UOO, allbouKh amne Inriirunne
leu, who have wnlkul owrihe Ul-lrlot,
lace Ihe sum nt $SWI,(M).
So fur as can be Irarnod, nut a alntrle
cclilont occurroil, notw liliamiiilliiit Ihe
rful uanlo tluil nrevnll il. The .oenc
during the proitruaa of the tire wuanlin-
piv triKMiiii nun ro uiien wnn intaery
und burrviiiK l iror Hint vvlim-vor wit-
noiul It lui. t hour II vivid Impress for
a Uletinte. Hie w 11111 roue to a jtcu-nui-
ni: cnle In the vicinity of the tire.
Tne uurning oeu, in t'-rriui: awiria,
nrrylii" nillllona ot live elndcra hlith un
In the ulr nndrHinlnir llo-m down n nille
dlstnnt over Ihe wood, n uitv and it
panlo-atrlckon Iniuiliininiii. The entire
Mm enu 01 me utty aciuu.iv ootitnina a
:lo7(-n brick dwelling. All U wood
'l'exns pine, nml it htini - wilh nil imle-
rihnhle lurv Ih.i- inlritiioii after 11
tiouite had oatiafht il vioird lie wrmiixid
In ono mighty tlnino. and the enter of
the burulitir pile Kive out a white heat.
vviitip inn liainea mi tin- ni;i-fc ere in-
fully enltlltiK hluh and i lenr
On every aide the allnv-n-ava and
al reel 8 for 1(1 niinnn on elllinr ide 1
be burntnit bolt, vm-iv illlod vithili
blanuliod fnnea of women, crv luff etitb
dien end great ipni holitloas 111011, svho
could do notion' In auoli a ffitte but
roucii uovvn iur mu-ii-r troin tno pioru
nit weather nn.l wnlnli the lliimea lick
up the fiulla ofn lifollino of toll
iMIhouirli the victims number
P voallhlei.t roaidetiu of the cit) .such
Julius limine, I .con ilium. .Mrx. Ma-
irule nml a score of other people whose
Individual wealth runs up near J2,.iW,-
0110, yei me kkui uinjoruy 01 inose
uurneu out iosc tne uetter ponton o;
their fortune, their little nil. Somofiini
lllcs saved a kooiI deal of turnltuic
others bnrcly utenped with the (-lollies
on their hnuks, so conlldcnt were lliey
tnni inn uru wouiu not rcacn inciu. rnu
loss In personal npp.irel and household
property van never lie pullulated ami Is
not Included In tho previous estimate.
The hotels nre tilled with homeless
ncoDle. and the Citizens' Coinui ttee I
now at work apportioning families to
rooms nnu premises vnoaieu lor tneii
use. f.very uray ami venictu in the city
is ui wiiik carrying ine strewn lumiture,
beddlne and pictures to secure planus,
Already the rich men of the city and
tho well-to-do, ev en those who huvo loi.t
tbelr elegant mansions, have determined
to loon niter ami provide for their own
people, and Unlvcston will nrohablv
make no uppeai ui ine outsiue wurui.
1 ollowitu; close on tlm In ids of 11;
cent creat strike, which inllicted iik
loss on the bu.luess men of Ualvcston of
fully SIW.Uiiu, this calamity is in-11
to the nlllicunna of the Oleander Utv
Hut her men are brave of heait and are
rising to and grappling wlih thssitua.
With the exception of a linlfiloien
grocery stoics mid the car rennlrlne
foundry, where the lire started, no other
places of uusinoss were destroyed. In
surance agents are now going over thi li
nollcles. and It Is honed that bv nlidit
fall they will have completed the insur
Accurate charts of the burnt district
were completed this evening, showim
that the course of the lire was In asouth
easterly direction. Iloglnnlng nt tho
I toui 01 Bixieemu sireoi on ine niranii.
I lie, ure crossed Avenues u. I) and 1'
Here It worked Its way to the enst half
or tno same mock on which stands the
l'ostolllce and United States Court. The
names tureatened the roslolllce In 1
most aggressive manner, and the build
Ingwas hastily clinred ol mall matter
nnu auvaiuiiuiomniipinieil in the
Fortunately the llames mm roil Hi
eminent building and piustil on toward
the Uulf, At Avenue 1 tho lire (lend re
velled In the stntellest mansions of the
city, unooi tno nrst of these snlemll.
nouses to euccumu was that of Mrs.
JIagale. a $10.(100 homo. Then, in rnp'd
succession, went the residences or Julius
Hunge, ot the house of Kaufman &
llunge, Leon Ilium, of I,. ,t II. Ilium,
.Morltz I.asker, II. i'ellmann, of tollman
&Oruuibnch, Ueorgc Sealoy, President
of the Uulf, Colorado and Santa l'o rail
way, Oreen I)ulIlold's new mansion. It.
1''. George's Slio.OOO residence, Thomas
Ooggun and 1100 of Ieser values. The
names rejire sent a loss of$10,(IU0 to J"o,-
le uuu cacti, uiu all nre Insured.
jue uusiness uart nt ton nttv wnq not
touched, but in the burnt district were
eors. A. Voi'.or. 1 1 i'Ii or. nil' 1 .lonn A
Ilniiinn r, luinhor niorohni,
1 aadld oilier sniallor stores.
I The tolal area nr the burnt dlstrtot la
I 10(1 neros, and 414 blocks were swept ,
Ielpan of every Hung combustible. Home- I
thing over 40t) hnusi a wen burned, anil ;
It la ettiiuated bv the Relief Commute
that 1K0II fniuUiei were unbonsed, the
I uioat uinji.rlty of whom, especially tbe I
1 t iH-ror ones, lost everything, As the I
1 lb started In the poor dtitricf, thev had I
tie or no time In n lilch to move fur- 1
nlturo, while tbe wealthier victims
moved valuable pleturea and t-fleet a. '
aeverai or tne unest nouses, nowever
were burned, without a single article
being saved, so eonlldenl were tbe occu
pants that tne lire would pass iheiu.
The meeting nt the Cotton Kxrhanv
this aftorur.oii was largely altoiided by
business men. who Immediately set
about providing relief for the homt Ir.s
and suffering. A Heneral Itelief Com-
tnlttee of !I7 proiuli.ent eltlxens, was or-
,l 'y An OHa Podrida of Oocnrenocs in
the Theatrical World.
Oscar Wild'! Latest Criit.- A Local
AmaUer's Opinion on Kitting.- Tkt
Mikado. -ialarlst of A. ors, Kto,
SIMMS & SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS
nlMil. with Colonel IV. I.. Moody.
'resident of the Cotton Exchnngo, as
ohalrmnn. A Klnanee ConHoittee of
Five, with Colonel William II. Mhclalr.
ns ehalrman, was named by the crlKlnal
oommltlee. tlosides those i-omtiiltleea
there are sub-committees fur Hie various
etlons of tho burned district. nntrl-
bntlons nre pouring in from all parts of
-. At the Clllxen' meeting at
the Cotton Kxi hange. $10,600 were euli
orlbed bv business men. Among the
largest subscribers are: Hall, llutchlna
K Co., nanKera, fioou; .1. v. nuns ,
1.. wholesale dry goods, S10OO; 1.. A II.
Blum, t.WO; Samson lleidonhelmer. Hl;
vv, I,, .uoouy, Kiw: J. i. itogera ix in ,
$611"; Islai d City Savings Bank. tfi'-O;
'i ne unorge null 1 tiai-it v mini, now;
Captain Jiiiuea 11. Kads, the celebrated
engineer, telegraphs $1000 from St.
ijoui. Ininun A Co., Cotton buyers or
Houston, tend $.100.
rue loliowing telegram was rcceiveu
10 o'clock to-night:
Nkw Voiik. November IX
r.i tlio Hon. lli'ifr I, Fiiiimi, Majorut Col-
I am lust In reoolot of illsoatobes with
an acuoHtit of the terrible oontlagration
that has visited your beautiful city.
1 'lease accept my deeptympathy In your
misfortune. I only bope that tho loss It
rest mated. ou may draw on me
at sight for $5000. to be used under the
direction of a relief committee or other
wise, at your discretion, to relieve ti c
needy. Jav Uocio.
Ihe following messag wnt reoelved
AttiiN, aovemuer i.i.
XH llHiiklitif -1 liiHiirilnoit oiiiiwuy. (lul
l'av to tbe Mayor of vour oltv Situ) for
distribution among the poor tuade home
less by the Are. J. T. Hracxk-nkidui:.
. A. Fowler, trnlieral manager of the
Datum Globe, telegraphs Mayor Fulton:
"What on 11 the unonle of Itoaton do for
the sufl'i ring and homeless In Ualvestouf
riease answer vve win oouect annuo
Kurd's Mikado Company, now playing
here, irave a benellt nt Hreenwnll's
Opera llousn lo-nlglit, w lueb netted i.Vaj
for tne f nnerers. 1 lie city council iner
in SDuolal session this evcnlnsand voted
a donation of $18,0110 far the sufferers,
and appointed a oouiioltlee of three ul
dermeutoaot with a eltlzens' oommlt-
ee In distributing the funds. This
makes $:il.f00 already donated by the
citizens of Ualvetton, which, together
Mil onistite notiMtlnns. root up a total
groin tire foots
r ;ix,Hio In one duy.
Ine best ousted citizen estimate
tbe loss at tully 2,fHK),b. 0, while many,
who claim to have figured nn the mat
ter, put tile estimate as high as
The two city agencies were unable to
give a list ol their insurance, but they
together estimated Hu ll policies al
$U0,0na, making 1)10 grand tolal of j-!l-0,-
A very large proportion of this in
surance. It will be noticed, was placed
vvuii lurcign uouipanies.
During the appalllnir and destructive
conflagration, to mid to the Indescrlb-
aide horror or the situation, rumors
tiling thick and fast that persons hnd
fallen victim to ta lurid llauiea In tne
densely resnlenr portion of the city
swept by the Haines This, however.
was not vermou uy uiose invosiigaiiun
01 tue uurnl district lo-ilay.
Kortv-one tiiiildlnH. smoked, be
grimed, dingy, aland ns Jonely 11101111-
tneuis in rue ournr aimrior. rno tons in
bouses is estimated at JMn.uiKI und
0IK) In persunal properly. In stables.
oui-nuuuuigs anil fences me loss is estt-
inateii nt tuu,uuu, win 10 tue assesseii
value of tno tame Is placed at H4,3U0.
The loss of libraries, siatuarv. rare
works of art and virtu cannot be esti
mated, but is placed a nay up In tbe
Thousands lo-day have thronged
through and over the burnt dlstrTut,
many to see, others In search of treasure
and frequently groups were passed who
gared Willi sad ami tearful eyes upon
what yesterday was lliolr cherished,
happy home, whieh, with loving hands,
they bad enriched and embellished with
those nameless treasures that make
At midnight to-night tho burnt dis
trict presents a weird aspect, with hem
and there a flickering flame among the
scattered debris, whiob la very eloaely
vvatoueti, lest me keen ntrtner mowing
will again fan it into a dnsiructive con
flagration. The IntorOcaan,
i:isowhere In the Ucmr will be found
theadverlUement of the Chicago Inter
Ocean, whose weekly Issue has uUO.OOO
renders, It Is agood paper; a ltepuhll
enn paper, and a family paper, Illlod
with matter for all renders Irom old to
young, ltesd the advertisement, and
make agood luvesttnont in a yunr's sub
scription to the "Ocean."
A Commendable Institution.
The Southern I'aolllc llallroid ( out
puny has erected a neat little collage
building In the railroad y ir.t just e hi of
the depot building In Mils en v. for tin
purpose or maintaining a rending room
for Ihe use ol thu employes of the com
pany. It Is furnished with ibairs,
tables and newspupcr llks, nml nil tho
appurtenances of a pleasant tint) cosy
reading room, and Is warmed, lighted
and furnished lih water, etc. Here all
the leading periodicnlH ol the day are on
Hie, nml hereafter there will bo a place
In which the mi'mml 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 ei enn t t.
their time pleinwulv ami prolitulily n. nr
to headquarters. The loruinl opining
took place to-duy, and tho company de
serve the thanks of all for this little com
pliment 10 the Intelligence of Its em
ployes. Overftuohim b.-on aiihserl'ed
by the einplovi lor snienilnc and tei h
Otnar Wilde It working up 11 reform
on ladieV night dresses. He tayt ladles'
night dresses are wholly unbecoming,
and advocates the use of soft silk. In
thadet to suit Ihe complexion, advising
a considerable alteration in the out. We
wonder whether tbls arch disciple of
ntlbetloltm discovered these objections
before or alter he married his wife.
Some one bad belter Osoar.
Taking one consideration with in
other, the life of tbe variety performer
la not a happy one. Drew, of Donnelly
A brew, al present fullllllng en engage
ment nt the Fashion Theatre, wee de
tailing bit experiences at Pittsburg,
where be end hit partner were tome
what startled by some admirer in
the gallery playfully showing tbelr in
preclttlnn hy tbruwlng lumps of plg
iron nt them. It might have been fer
vent nuniirnuou, out tueir way ot snow
ing it wet ironlonl,
o-morrow and Monday Ihe event of
the season will take place, when the
Mikado opera Company will hold tbe
boards at Turner Hall. This 11 Gilbert
and Sullivan's latest produotlon. Hi
eccentric and gorgeous Japanese cos
tumes and delightful melodies have al
ready made It world renowned.
First Actor: "Gilbert and Sullivan
have nroduoed a labor savlnir onera."
neoonu Acior ivnait inatr in
erst Actor tea: vou wear vour
queues uiNieavuoi n-iiiciuuenng mem
We often read descriptions of cele
brated kisses on tbe stage; the Abbot
and the ( hapman kiss, and many others.
It remains, however, for a young lady
of this oily, who Is well known as a tal
ented amateur acireas to give a descrip
tion of how a kiss should be reoelved.
Miss , (the name la retained nnder
continence) said: There It as much dif
ference in klsalng as individuals. I am
sure I should nm like to be kissed by
every one; no. Indeed, fur some would
give tueh an overwhelming tmaok it
would almost deafen inc. Now kissing
can lie reduced to rules, one or two of
wbleb t will give. The bend should si-
ways no turned slightly to the right, aa
such motions give grain and prevent
ixuineciion 01 tue ousuiory organs, ine
lips should then be placed closely to-
f ether, aa you tip the neotac of tbe
ong desired kiss, but no smack should
oe nearu. 1 spena particularly on this
subleot. because I consider klstlnir nrt
of our nature. 1 guess few probably un
stand the value of a kiss ami the manner
in whiuii such salutations with tbe llpa
Mr. A. N. UllchoiHik, advance oontraC'
tor of Colonel Hall's tno-rlng shows,
was presenieu uy nis numerous rriennt
eft lor Laredo.
'1 he "llandlt King" had a good audi
enee last night at Turner Hall. Tbe
most amusing feature 01 the nerform
mice wat Fred Lyons with bit trained
donkey, l.yons reminds one very
strongly ot liilivKersunda, James II.
VValilnk and his liordes Uay Haider and
uoiin cuargcr are as goou at ever.
il S ft
la the Clipper of last week Is an an
nouncement ih nt John Muliony wants to
buy 10 snakes. Mahony bad better
come to Texas and take a regular course
of whisky he would soon tee more than
he probably would require. San An
tonio uus some oarrei-uouses tuat coma
lutnkly do tue act
The Japanese .handkerchiefs which
were presented to tbe fair part of tbe
audience last evening at Tnrner
Hall announcing the iHtrfortuanoe
of the "Mikado" on Sunday, were
greatly appreciated. They are artlttlo
John MuCullougli Is dead, l'oaoe to
his 116h.es. He will 110 more drive hit
dresser ball crary by bts superstition of
never putting a garment over as neau,
On this point lie would under no circum
Patrick V'lni III,
itse I hisaii, 1
LARRY DOOLY, - In one of his original specialties
The Great VEST VALI,
1 (Miliar (tttcntlon Is caJkM (a her Mminlfloicnt Wardrolw
DONNELLY and DREW,
ami their will
'In aaitlns a nlav.l' sava a manuar.
"the question of salaries la at once
raised. If ihe manager Is wise he ha
procured a piay wnien uoes not call for
a very large cast. or for many subsidiary
characters, which, though not essential
to tue story Of tue pin) , require the ser
vices of good and ounce well-paid char
acter actors. An experienced manager
win utioose u pmy me cunrauters m
which are confined its nearly as possible
to these: Leading man and loading
ladv: first old man, comedian, aoubrette.
Hrtt old woman, and the necessary sec
onds and tuners. Till will keep the
salary list within bounds, and will alto
enable a uiuiiugi-r, who wants lo oiler a
ilret-cla-s ui trut Ion, lo engage llrst-rate
artists w-iiuout running toe risk ur Hav
ing his receipts eateu up by his salary
Hat. Salaries run abuut as follows:
Leading man or lady, from $100 to $280
nanv would command &JJ0 on the road
which would be un advance of about $S0
on New York salaries: Salaries paid on
the road are always larger than those
paid In companies w hlcli run tbe season
tnrougn in tne large cities, mat Is
stock companies attached to one or an
other of the large tne.iiret of tbe coun
try. Aelors and actresses are usually
mule reasonable In tin-it-demands when
making coutr.u-ts for positions
in moh stock ooiupauies, but
their ilgurcx nre higher when
lin-i dent mill the manager of
tPiM-ling eumpiinv. In the first plane,
llii li.nu 10 iinet their traveling ex.
I ' '.- . icoiidi , the h.tniHblpsol' travel
and inoiaiiou irom menus winch hav
onduri d on the road uru inuub dreaded
It Is generally believed that traveling
expenses arc paid by the manager, but
iiijs is oiuy xce in 101111 uy tue caae, un
less the troupe Is u minstrel couinunv.
1 ho niunageuiciil of 11 minstrel show
aMumi-s tho expenses beoause. as the
company Is composed exclusively of
men, thev cm bunk in together and thus
ri uuce uoiei outs.
Colonel Hall's circus, museum and
menagerie has been traveling since lb83
eontlniionslt, during widolt time It hat
visited the VW-st Indies. It will spend
two groceries, saloons and small stores, Opera lul)8 nt popular price,
Tho most Popular olgaretics aro tho Itesrrvcil ne-its for the "Mikado'
tf 1 talc at medic's, opposite the postolUce.
'II ISO. II I
1.BAOEH or Onctir
hirsday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Novento 12,13,14 & 15
.in Donnelly and Uiew't lauglialilc Irish
THE BfG HAM BONE.
by t Ui- Company.
iss PAULINE AMES,
In Sorio-comic Soloctions
vorttew, returned once luon .
IV tliei mi', what .Wh)
TIM STAR IN and DEBBY RICKLIN,
"Til for Till, nr two (iik, "Inlrfxtmrlmr ion(i, ilunor
'i.inilMin. 1'nrtkMilur uttontlon la cailtl to the etylo nml
1st LAURA ASH BY,
In Sonrrs and Dances
-.i-tahlo. Thoy will upiar tills week In their
THE IRISH STRANGERS,
Wliloli has won for them a most euvlsble r
Senator TJM STARIN.in ono of his funny specialties
Mist PAULINE AMES, In songs and dancos
Tlilni Week suit Ills Hit. of the Ureal Sli'ln
MISS LA.TJRA, ASHBY,
of hur fln-at flriontel Juirulluir and llilsnelnir:aliw) tho Womlerful JsiMinpno
lovel fouls iwn t rail to siu nor.
Miss DEBBY RICKLIN, ,: Sorio comic
Once moro, - VESTVALI, - In a roportoiro of soncs
Flores de Elsois Waltz
tie whole to i-ineluile with Hum N. Mnrtian In Ills Kensatloual Hack-Woods Drama,
In two acts, entitled
1IIW Alll) I.ANf. .
HKI'IT HANlvIS . ..
AKIUJI.I-II . .
ATI IS .
Huso N. Morgan
wm. ii Qt'iNMnTi:
.. LAItllV IMHll.KV
........".'.'.'.'."'."."..'.'.". ".."..".Visij 'A'nnii: iiiiwaiiii
JI1SH LUCV VVOI.K
The Great May Pole Dance I
The Realistic Mortal Knife CombatI
The Trained Trick Donkey "Calamity."
Opening on November 10th
HARRY MACARTHY, The Arkansaw Comedian
And LOU BAKER, Comedian
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS
i K-rn.bli8hrnfnt is now Replete wltn All tho Novelties lor the
Pall and Winter Season.
Fall and W hiter Si lies and Satins
Can be seen la lilnck and Colored, 1'lalu and Ilroo.iilcd. Casstmerct (black
and colored), Trloota, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets nml Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
1'ongeet, I) -ess 1'lalda In single and double widths, and
tssT'l'rl minings to suit all Dross Goods.
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing tbe largest stook of Kill Gloves, Mils, Laces and Fancy !Goods
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
bo has an endless variety and cannot bo undersold.
All the Litest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of llonnets anil Hats,
Ostrluh I'luinos, Tips, Klbbons and Trimmings will bo found
there. This department Is tinder llrtt-class artistes,
who will please tho tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellngs, Domestic l'rints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by bis agents,, was the most mugnlllcent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas,
Kspecial attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
silks, and can he also glvo the greatest bargains in
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
it la tho larifoflt ever brought to Texas, i
nm-o AltKM-t, Cutaway, Frock ami Back Si
BUwk of I.aiUoa', Misses', Mcm'i arul lloyi
A tan u iii'l stock ol Uontlomuii'a Furnish inj? Goods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Him S.itH, Wa
.Vm.low Slu I
0li4tt-H, lltlv tlniMuls mi l liijtrriiiu Ournotn. Huffi, Matltnir
ill to., promiitlv ttaJ satin Uotion vuiiruiitccd.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Passenger Depot, on Austin Street.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Flno Imported and Domesllo Liquors,
Wines and Cigars, l'ollte and utteutlvu barkeepers. Kverythlng llrst-claas In
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor,