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Volume V. Number 273.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1885.
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CHRPETS. MCE CURTEIRS,
our ni'iiot.sTr.iiv )1:i'aiitmi:nt i
u thr I.rKi't Asunrtn
I'riniii'ii WE nrrcn haiiuaixh.
Coo. H, Kaltoyor, Prosldont - Otto Koohlor, Socrotary & Trons.
SAN ANTOITIO. TEXAS.
Main and Military Pla'as, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to Imilti
J. H. HARQUART,
No. 1 7 Soleclad Street, Opposite Courthouse.
(V. aviO stock or Custom work to select from, consisting of lite Illicit unci larrcst
stock id SCHOOIdiDY tdlOHS AND ll.UTr.USetorsccn III tills inntkvl, unit it m 111 bo nf In
terest ror boss and youths Hi wo mo. lland-iundo UAI.K(.AC1! AM) lll'TTOXittllOia AND
UAlTr.HS, IIAI.MOIIAI, LACK AND lIUTTON) OAlTlIlfS, Oil. UltAI.N dace anil l.utlon).
Fine bom iil wink it specialty In nil brunches. A lino lot or lurirc-elzo boots ror men, lo bo sold
at reduced rules. Tlioao fonils must bo scon lo Iw appreciated.
CEO, H KAITEYER, B. J. MAUERMA.H I, W. t.JOMLS. g.b.hkkhn
President. Secretary. Supl. Manager.
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cements, Comont Walks and Grey Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported
ami Domestic Cements. While Umc. Hair, Master and Chimney Fluis. Our foment Is used
In the Construction or thu New fcitalo Cupltol.
JtT-Otllcu nml Warehouses, N is.SJi audlM1! Aceuula Street. Wot ks and Quarry hear
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets,
RICE & DALLAS,
(Ulto with llleo, Horn Jt Co., New Orleans, 11. 1
Hardware, Paints, Oils, 'Glass, Etc.
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods.
.. IMJI.F. AOHNTS FOIl .,
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ranges, the Best on Eartli,
New VoikUnnmell'nlntComiinny's Mini Paints, llesl In Iho market.
Larito lino orilealliiK Moms at lw prices.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
OHOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU AHE IN TOWN.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Passenger Dopot, on Austin Streot.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors,
Wines and Cigars, I'ollto and attentive barkeepers. Kverythlng tlrat-claes In
JOHN QUHMANN, Proprietor.
202 Lavaca ritrcet.
Pino Portraits a specialty. Lessons aiven in
Drawlnir and Painting, Portraits frunt lire
and cnlai ired rroin pliotoirruphs. Drawlna
Scliool for Children WtHlnesdayaml Saturday
Id lily In n
O0T ll 10&!
F.W. MCALLISTER MO.
201, 201 AND 205 5. ALAMO ST., COfl. VILLI TA
HAN ANTONIO, TKXAH,
Wo Rrotthok-salo and Itetall I'culirn In Austin
While Lime, licet llrands of I)ur Itoscndalu and
Knirllih Portland Ctmci.lH. Plaster uf
and Lonjf (Joat Hair, and would ask vu
wrlto us, fur prices before, purctuisuitr t Iso
Please, mention this paper.
NO. 43 HOLKOAD HIltKCT,
Uuder tho manairetnunt of t. (larza, hanker
Deposits, suhjoct to cheek, recelveil, but Inter
est will bo paid only on Time lcilt of tl
and upward attheratoof 4 per vent por an
num. IlankliiK hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. n, fiat
iirda)S-u a. ui. to s p. m., for tho couveulonce
of Havings Jtauk Depositors,
San Antonio Sale Deposit and Trust Co,
titeol Iluxos rented In our llurglarProof
proteoted by a master key. Iteut'eOo a inontb
and upward, acourdlug tu elso of box
U OAIIZA, Pros icont,
A Full Board of Aldermen Yes
terday, Maekay Come to tho Front on the Water
works Question-Action on the
Mayor'! Veto Deterred,
Yesterday after the City Council met
In regular session, n full lloard being
In attendance, the tint time since the
death of Altlerimin Mucin li.
The minutes of Hie Inst meeting were
read anil approved.
The following pel It loin were presen
ted to thu Commit:
From Wllll'iui Kwald, for n permit to
cut down n tree on Harden street. I!e
lerred to the Alderman of tho Fourth
From citizens, for cross-walks nt the
section of Malai;orda mid Celttroslreels.
It-ferred lo the Major.
From Kdnard Hcnnelt, Tor refunding
of overpaid assessment. Kefcrrcd to As
Tho Major slated In the Council he
had a ronitiiuiiicnllon rehttlvo to the tiro
lit Ualvestoti, and tint n meeting of citi
zens had been called to organize sub
scription lists, and a liberal response
was bring made,
Tho next loininuuicnllon rend was
from the City Lnglneer, asking Tor addi
tional help and asking for the appoint
ment of an additional engineer and rod
man, Tho present business would not
alow the present entail force to be
drawn on. The duties of these assist
ants of the Uly Engineer would bo In
glo out gradis. etakuoiit cross sections,
calculate uuaniii ics aiiu ugure estimates.
t he CIIV Knglneer asked that the sala
ries or this additional help be placed at
SI00 and iW per inonth respectlvelj'. the
position) to he vaunted as soon as tin Ir
services are not reiptlred.
Degcner moveii lor its reivrenco lo llio
Finance Couimitlec. Adopted.
The Minor renorled that he had se
lected It. U. Nixon as engineer for the
new steam roller, and asked (ho Council
to IK his salary at tWI n month.
After considerable discussion, the
nomination of Nixon was sustained,
Lockwood. Patily nml Hchrelner voting
naj', and his salarj; fixed at tho above-
A communication was presented front
the City Knglneer stating that It would
be necessary to bnvu three laborers to
level the roads after Iho steam pick had
done Its work and before the roller was
ml In operation, 1 he matter was re
erred to the Finance Committee In con-
Junction with the Mayor with poster to
The Finance Committee (Colonel A
Ilelknati. Chairman.) renorled on the
returns of thu City t reasurer. Attorney,
Collector and 1'ubllo Weigher, all of
which, after examination had been found
correct. lids committee also reported
that the $10,000 worth of Improvement
bonds, not Issued, had been canceled,
streets and llrldgc Committee (Al
derman Lock wood, Chairman.) recom
mended mat cross-walks ue placed on
I'ohln's IIII1, nrovlded the nronertv
holders nut down sidewalks. Adopt! il.
tub report 01 me ntrvei commissioner
was reiurneu 10 mm, mere ueing
error of SO 'J.'i In same, and
committee recommended that the Street
commissioner hu required to specify th
number of llremen employed by him,
anil mo salary or each. Auopieit,
for Flro Company No. -J be Increased to
The Ditch and Irrigation Committee
(Alderman Kchrulner. ohalrmanl. re
ported that the Ditch Commissioner's
report ior me west sine nan ucen exaiif
Ined and found correct. Adopted.
The Police Committee (Colonel l!el
knap, chairman), reported on tlionocu
racy of the monthly reports of the .hill'
or. Pound Master, and City Marsh il.
Tho charges preferred hy the City
Marshal against sieve Doian ami J. r.
Martin having been Investigated by
tho committee. It considered them ol
suillclent weight to discharge them trnm
tho City Pollco force. ThoMnyor stated
that he bad acted on that report, and his
motion was sustained. Jamea Howeu
and F. (larza being appointed to till the
vacancies thus creaieil.
Uas and Water Committee (Alderman
l.nckwood. chairman), recommended
that a gas lamp be erected at thu corner
of Taylor and Martin fctreets. Adopted.
pectai uommtiice, Atuerman uuita
crher. Chairman :
(iallagher suhtnltted a sketch from thu
City Knglneer, showing obstructions on
Dtirangn street, and recommended that
tho owners or agents bo not I tied to re
move tho same in IK) days, or tho Street
Commlsslonerdosoas soon thereafter as
The Major announced to tho Council
that the next business In order would b
action to his veto regarding tho employ
tnent of Fred Jenny to improvo San
Lockwood moved that the Mayor an
point n Hpcclal Committee of Ihreo to
visit ino nan rruro nprtngs and ascer
tain If Mr, Kerble had compiled with his
cnniract ami mat acuon on mo ve
should be held over. This motion w
i ne loiiowing now uuttnrss was intro
Hy llamhletoit: That S7'i ho anuro
tirlated to nlacu Nolan and Uackberrr
streets In proper repair. Adopted under
suspension oi tnu rules.
Ilv Mackev : That all railroads coming
Into the city be required to cover the
track between the rails with two-Inch
planks; also planks on the outside of the
rails, so that free access can be had to
the same. Iteferred to Committee on
Petitions and Ordinances,
liy Mackey : That the nest-house on
Alnzan Creek be fenced and that a sign
"smaii-i'ox ' oo Kept on me same, ue
ferred to tho Aldermen of the First
Hy Lockwood I That tho City Attorney
draft an ordinance to prohibit persons
from tying or leaving vehicles or ani
mals on boledad street, from the plaza
Hy Mackey: That while the President
of the Water-works Comnanv has not
given a dellnltu answer ns to the cost of
water for sewer purposes, the Mayor ap
point a committee to correspond with tbe
Presidents of different water-works com
panies, known as the Holly Water-works
so that this council and the voters of the
city can fully understand the costs ot
those works. I am informed that Cap-
ta n SI. Mathers, of Austin, is president
of several companies, and might give
some ngnt on me subject, t oo tlouy
Company could refer you to dlUereut
matlon needed as to Ihe cost of con
strtictlng water-works suitable for ti e
. purposes we wish. The cost of Isles 111-
formation will bo very trilling. This
will be, In mr humble opinion, tho first
steplo gratify the wishes of a large por
tion of I liei tax-payers of the olty. 1 be
lieve the Water works should be owned
and controlled bv the oily. Adopted.
Ily l.oikwood: That all trees and
shrubbery obstructing the light from
! gas lamps be declared nuisance and out
I down. Adopted.
one so. be ordered to construct elase It
sidewalks; and Iroiu Matagorda lo Hanta
lara streets class C sidewalks. Adop.
Ily Maokav: That llio city Knglneer
suggest n plan lo ke p tbe banks of tbe
tazjn creek ai ine urtuge irom washing
Ily Connor: That Ihe Mayor order a
gas lamp on North Laredo street. I In
terred to Commlteo on Ua and Water.
On Iho recoiumctidal ott oflte knansno
was appropriated to bridge a small ditch
on Procrastination avenue. In order that
mny be opened for rock wagons.
Hchrelner reported a cross-walk out of
order, and the Mayor said ho would at-
enil to it.
MnAlllster wanted to know what sc
ion had been taken, If unj, towards so
uring streets over colonel i.iuuure
ronerly in the 1 our in waul.
i lie .MHjor sum tun tuaiier nan been
lerred lo mu Atuerman oi l ie 1 our t
ard, nml Paulysuld they had been nu
de lo do anything, as Colonel Ullltim
as absent from thu city.
.no.Miisier sain me properly was oe-
ng enclosed with a wire fenct. and thu
Mayor Instructed tho Marshal to see If
s in me mini prnntiiiiiii uy orui-
ante and report to the Council.
I lie council men adjourned.
BANDERA COUNTY TRAGEDY.
wo Men Killed and Two Wounded Th
Illor Han Antoiiln'l.liitlT.
C.tiihoviiiv:, Texas. November II,
lNnfi. I herewith send you full particu
lar of the Vcrdo Crock tragedy, which
took placu 10 miles south of the town ot
In Iho afternoon of the loth Instant.
'hrletlan and Fritz Kckart were blow
ing In their adjoining fields seven miles
south of Handera. Their hroihcr-ln-luw,
August Keltzer, who a so lives close bv.
was also plowing In his Held.
All at once Albert iirvani. son or.iohii
llryaut, catne riding up tu where Chris-
an I'.cknrt was plowing, shook nanus
llh 111 lis over the fence and Inutiired
about his brother, .Mm, to whom he
Id pay an old Inilebtciinesa: some
hard winds must have missed, for all at
once Albert Hrj ant drew his jdstol, shot
twice at (.hrlsllall l.ckari. misseil 11 ll
Illumed on his horse and rudeoll'to
warns H i borne, uurisitan i.caart aim
his brother, Fritz, mounted their horses
linn pursue!! me wouiu-oo murderer.
August lleltzcr. hearing tho shots fired
and seeing his brulhers-ln-lnw on horee-
nacK, imitated incut, thinking inai miy
had wounded a deer w hlch Ihcy were
now following nud hu lunged lo Join
them In tho chase, and when he over
took them and learned wliut had Imp
elled they concluded to follow Allien
liryant lo bis house, arrest Mm ami
bring him to Handera. Iheywcntto
the bousu of John llryaut and a deadly
battle ensued, which ended in mu killing
of Christian Lckart and August Kelter
anil the itangeroiisty wounding oi Al
bert lirvnnt. i rtiz i.cKiiri uetng un-
uriued. made good his escape, thereby
saving his life. The wounded jottng
man. Albert liryotii.wno was snot twice
one hall breaking his arm, will soon b
uiiairaln. The blame of the much to hi
regretted tragedy Is to bu laid upon
g Albert on am, ior nu is mu null
gator of the tragedy.
nnertti Hamilton orrcsteu jotin nryani
the same evening and Jailed hi in In Han
dera, whercfrom he was removed hy
Sheriff 'I hutniu the next morning to the
uasirov llio inn.
l no preliminary examination oi .lonn
Hrvnnt will be heard on Wednesday, tho
1Mb. Instant, before It. Schuroblng, nt
Albert J.rynni win oe iirresicti ai soon
as his wounds permit I be same.
ine ueceaseu. louemcr wiiu joint
llryaut. weru good citizens and havo
ocen respecieu as sucii.
WAR IN THE EAST.
Hkuiiiaiie. November H. The Servian
Army crossed the Bulgarian frontier at
t o'clock tuts morning, in turec divis
ions, nt Tearlbrad, Klossura and lire.
govn. They met Willi no resistance. In
crossing. Sharp lighting ocourred at
1 rein, on me vatsina roan, anil at ivus
tendll. Miiiit were killed and wounded
on both sides. The Hulgurlnna retreated
at all points. 'I he whole Servian Army
is now in uuigarian icrriiory. ine vn
rlous forces of Sen la are as follows
Field army, CO.'M men, with 2(11 guns:
reserve army or landwehr. 52.370 men,
Willi ILMguns; lnnilKlriiiii, js.uuo men, or
atotnlof 100,112 olllcer and men, and
418 guns. The Infantry Is armed with
Mnneer rifles, Improved by Major Jlelo-
vovitzh, wnicii is oi a caliber or iu.i.-i
mlllmelrca. The artillery Is variously
armed with inu7zle-loadlng and Kriipn
guns. The total cavalry for, e Included
in the above Is -Ili.i.OO men. The llulga-
rlrn army consists of 21.000 Infantry
1400 cavalry, two regiments and com
pany or artillery, a uatauion oi
eers. HM) men: a detachment
trains. 2U00 men. and gen d' artnee.
1000 men, or a total force of 32,220
men. with ldl guns. The Infantry I
armed with Holdau rifles and the bat
terles have Krupp guns nud guns of the
latest uussian pattern. 1 no rescue lorci
consists of 21.001) men. There are als
12 battalions of the landstrtim of (SOU
men each, or 72,000 men, making a force
of CO.fiOO men. There is no want of
arms, but there Is a scare ty ot a sum
clrnt force of cavalry and battery. 'I ho
cavalry numbers li"00. The scarcity
olllcers since many of tho Uussian otlV
cers returned homo Is also a serious
matter. Prince Alexander Is an able
and energetlo soldier. The Kastcrn
Houniellau army comprises 18H2 men of
the first levy, 40,187 or the second. 2.J.10T
oftho reserve and 3 12 J men of the aotlve
reserve, making a tola! of ul,U!0 tnc
The number of olllcer available la alt
getheroutof proportion to tho number
or men. mere is no scarcity or arms, as
there are about 80,000 Kruka.UDOO Her-
dan and 0000 Martini. lienrv r lies In t
province. The artillery consists ot four
guns, j ue uuigarian arsenals at uust
huk ""d Itoegron contain a good sui
Ply or arms, uniforiui and eon ntuenli
I I'he arsenal at Itustcliuk Is turning out
i 'Vw "u,u per uy in au
ull,uu m ammunition ior nrittiery
KERSANDS, MINSTREL kino.
Grand Sucesssol the Confederate Home
Deneftt at Austin.
Hpt-lal llt-lAlelt lo the I,l,ltlT.
Amis, Texas, November ID. .Mil
let's Opera llunee was to-night the scene
of Ihe gnyest festivities of the season.
The homo was cruwded from "gallery
In pit," so to speak, and many wero
compelled lo content themselves with
standing room only. The occasion was
e performance of Kersands' Minstrels,
for the beneilt of the Confederate Sol
dier Hume, and It Is safe lo ray that
here has never before been an audience
Aueilii that was so large and lo well
leased. As scene after scene of these
nrlvalled mlrth-makera passed (id, tho
house was In a roar of applause, and old
and young almost went Into convulsions
laughter and mirth. Minstrelsy Is a
iccullar profession. There Is no limit
Ha scope for excellence. And yet one
ottld think that Kersands' combination
had fairly reached Ihe summit of the
rt, and the atidlenoe could not detect
anything that could I made Ilia basis
true crltlotsm,bj' reason of the gen
tle humor and chaste expressions which
re uttered by the troupe generally.
Resolutions at a Meeting of Cltlns Re
O sLVKMiox, November 10. .Much dlr-
satlsfantlon lias been engendered by con-
lllctlng telegrams sent out hy citizens
regarding tho ability of Calreston to
ke care of the many victims of her lale
disaster, nud, to correct tills Impression
and to obtain popular expression on this
iitdeet, n meeting was held at tho Trc-
mont Opera House this allemoon, Major
Fulton presided. In stating tho object
f the meeting, the Mayor said he was
not tho author ot the telegram lo tbe
lloston ulobc, In uiucli it was slated
list the atllitriit citizens or (ialveston
can onto lor her poor. The Major de-
red that tbe distress mulcted was
licit greater than at llrst estimated, and
felt he could, without the loss or
lllcial illuiiliv. accent tenders of aid
from abroad when voluntarily made,
and should feel It his duly lo npply the
same until such time as he was satisfied
lint the absolute necessities of Ihe bene
ficiaries are fully supplied, when notice
i tin public, botti at home anu nuroail
mild be given Unit further conlrlbu
o.u were nnneiessnrv.
O.i motion of ,1. M oiler, n prominent
ship agent, the following resolution was
uantmousiy uuopimi as me senso 01 mi
Hy tbe citizens of Gal
e-ton In mass meeting assembled, that
Mayor appoint 10 citizens
who, together Willi himself, shall
ct In conlunelloii wim the citizens'
ouuu lice lo telegraph corrections In
all the parties, Individuals and newspa-
nu nave atgniucu uioir win
ncss to cumu to our aid and to i
liters as may occur to them. The loss
nlllcted on our city by the lato eonlla
gratlon Is much greater than at first an-
I niiiatei I. l ie same being limy SJjtH.-
000, equal to more than onc-clghth of
the laxitoio vumu oi uiu citr; ami mat
although our own people nru lining nil
they uau to alleviate immediate main si
t tho same is tnsu to cut in view 01
ho approaching winter for which our
iconic nru uiiPIenarcd. and when much
sulleriug Is bound lo occur, and where
families are now homeless untl house-
ess. Wherefore, we will most thank
fully accept the proffered aid so gener
ously ottered ami nssuro mem mat list
csioii is iriuj graieiui ior iiiusaine in
er hour oi distress.
In accordance with this resolution
the Mavor to-night designated the fol
owing Committee or into act Willi the
(Jencral ltellef Committee nlready ap
pointed by ine citizens or widen t.oione
A.M. Slianon, Is Chairman; ltev. Sle-
hen M. lllrd, itrotor of Trinity
burch: I.ev. Dr. Snaldlng. Pastor oft)
First Haptlst Church; liev. Dr. Scott
pastor of tho Pn-sbj terlan Church; Ituv
Henry M. hears, pastor of St. James
Methodist Church: lilght ltev. Father
(Jtuvoston Diocese, uaboi Mlverniann
of tho Jewish Synagogue; ltev. .Mr,
lonng, pastor or me uerman i-rcsiiy-tcrlan
Church; ltev. Mr. Kdwurds, (col
ored) pastor of the Methodist Kplscopa
Church: P, S. Golden. District Maslci
Workman of the Knights of Labor, und
John 51. uiaaorne.
Thu work of providing lor the suller
era Is being nccellerntcd as much as
possible. Several thousand Hollars wero
paid out bv tho conunltteo to-day. and
about $IOuo was received from abroad
and at homo. At U clock to-n gut th
total amount subscribed from all sources
was $W,il, of which $2.I,S00 has heci
Among the telegrams of aid and syt
palhy received to-day are thu followlii
San A.moxio. November 10,
To the National Hank of Texas:
Treasure of Keller Cotnniltteo
$10011, being first Installment from llio
people or Man Antonio, t . uiuios csuo,
A Representative of a Rollglous New
paper Jerked up.
Frederick II. Hunt, an Kngllehman
whoso card proclaims that ho Is con
nected with the Christian Chronicle, of
44 Fleet street, London, II. C, was he
fore the Recorder on ncharcoof vagrun
cy this morning. The casu was, how
ever, irannerreu. io uusiicu Auam anu
olinrce of theft was inailo against hi
by another Englishman, J. II, Connolly,
who charges mat on mu inn insian
Hunt, while stopping at tbe Kmlgrant
Home, stole from his (Connolly e) room
his black leather valise, containing
number of articles of small value. The
valise and contents were afterwards re
covered Irom Frank's pawn-slion. wlie
Hunt was Identified as thu man who
nledeed them, lie was also traced
McDennott's saloon, near tho Sunset
Depot, wnere ne nan sold a suit oi
ololhlng. evidently stolen. Two Her
mans, who went to Uvalde, also missed
their overcoats irom their room at t
home before they started, and Hunt
could probably tell what was done with
them. He came to the home very well
recommended by a prominent London
minister, anu was lntrouuccu by it
several of our clergymen and good rum
Hies. That he should stoon to theft Is i
matter of surprise nmong his former
IMMS & SAMUELS.
outlay, Tnesilay and Wednesday,
Tin P. rr.ii
iss LAURA ASHBY,
Now i-.iiih I lie great
Of llH 'I I- IIIHII) flkC'IcJMI. TlH'M' M4)lll
iss MARIE VESTVALI,
First nnia-araiico ot
lUllcor linker ,V Minnie, I
srli mi ItccoiriilZ' ! ltcirewntiiltoii of I lie I Mil .-SimuIktii Ncki-o. Ihm't fait In sen lihn,
Hcuiil '..-k of
DONNELLY and DREW,
Fourth Week and lllg till, of llio Ureal and only.
MISS LAURA, ASHBy,
iitnvliiftiiir rMimi' uf hir (ln-ut OriiMitnl J iisvirl
I in. thiHl. The tu.li U'l lMtliUtrllhitnliicinir1hi Wctiili-rful I't'Ut uf HalanclliK Flvo
leNinim, hihI iimny otlicr new urxt tio rl f til. Kn t full to w Uvr.
Miss DEBBIE RICKLIN,
You have wilttod
i.la r. I lU
l llnrry MiiL'ttrth)'.
II. WrilH'ii und iiiiiiihimhI bv lliirrv
Htitttf 1 iiikI .M lloitlr, ilitt'ii iiiit (iimixiwoi h llnrry Miuitrthy, UinrnrtiT Ttiu Dutch
Drtlry Mrild. nuu nml taiKi-l,Hil ltcittrlifrdlrl. lit ten HiHittniipOKtil by Hurry Macarttijr
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
iv Kitt: 1 1 in:
I IIAIIAITFIPS I1Y Till: KNTIIIR COMPANY.
This Estnbliihmpnt is now naploto wltn All trio Novelties for tho
Full and Winter Season,
Fall and Winter
Can he seen In Illack and Colored, Plain and Hrooadcd. Cassimeres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In ull culors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, Diess Plaids In single and double widths, and
luy-TrlmmliiKS to suit all Dress Goods.-YBs
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
Ho Is now showing the largest stock of
ior i.auics anu tuuiiroii ever iiruugiti to uur city, in nine Hosiery
ho has an endless variety and cannot bu undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tho latest Fall and Winter styles and makes or Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ulhbous nnd Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under lint-class artistes,
who wilt plcaso tho tastes of all.
Tnwelings, Domestic Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho most magnlflcent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall nnd Winter
silks, and can lie also give the greatest bargains In
llirt Miouknr PhII nut Winter Cloililnjr ii
linirot. In lli(3 hitoitl iiiitlurm, 1'rincu
a vory iiirift) una comnimt) biuckoi umiics-. wimi-b. mcii i ana lioir
Alio u lull itock of (lentlcmuii
Main Plaza and Accquia Streot
Una of the finest establishments that
San Antonio, If not Texas, can boast of
Is tho Art Gallery of C. H. Mueller, at
2QS Commerce street. Hero can be had
artist's and draughtmen's materials, of
both domestio ami Imported kinds. En
gravings, chromes and paintings are on
hand, In an endless variety. IMoture
frames, mouldings nnd materials for
fresco nnd sign painting In large varieties
China decorations and material for wax
(lowers In a large assortment. Mr.
Mueller rcoclves direct from factorier
largo shipments of paints, oils and other
material in that line, ns well as window
glass, and line domestio and Imported
eooratlve wall paper are specialties In
bis establishment. llWMv
A Ml'SRHEKT HinCI
l.rAiian or Oacna
November 16, 17 ana 18, 1885
lloolcy In Ills scry funny cmncdr. l-ntltlc!
In Songs and Dances
llftll It lllHrflMlll(atl
In Operatic Songs
t Irinli HtiUtN ntnl Dititri rii tiow,iinu (no
llHHit il hlt'inUlt, iliincfntr wlllilhu litimwl 'tvxi
HUU. Thfy will npivar till wit-k In tlit-ir
Itiir im! Ililaiirlniri nlo tlioWonilrrfitl JnnAnrtio
In Songs and Dances
In Opofatic Solections
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Htnir 'niuHtnn hikI ttnp4 or u rcnturr mro.
I ItHniou r -Th lrlnh Aini'tiran Konir lcrrr.
Mucitrtli v. 4'liaracttr Tliu fJcntlctimn Hum.
- - Will Ploaso You
,v Drew's hitiKliablo couicdy, entltieil
Silks and Satins
Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces and FancyJGoods
Linens, Cotton Goods
Shoes and Hats
tho larut over limuirht to Toxin, an.lei
A Hurt, Uutuwity, Knck nnd Back tinltB.
) anlol. with Household Qivils, and he will suit overybodr
o lln) Flush l'.irlor Suits. Mohair Parlor Bulls, Walnut and
iHlrs, llulr llruisols and Intrant Carpets, lluirs, Mattlnir,
iiiMtry ordTS rilled prouiptly and satlsraotlon guaranteed.
.Hli tl riHjnii In Wiu-d No. 1, iuu),
lanro on timn.
Two am! one-half lots. Inclosed, with i
i Ith two
juicnon ana gauory, lawumt. rneo fiaju.
ilfty lii-ml of cowi ana calves at faj ier
hcaJ, 10 mlloa from town.
A two-acre orchard, well Inclosod, all trrlffn
bio, a (foosl well; houso with two lartro rouuii,
untrunco and irttllerlea, kitchen, aervantroum
anililliilnif itxnn, fl'lOu.
One hundred and Plxty AcroanearF.tPaa
railroad, uulhl In MtHtina uiity.
udjolnlnir Hhrotlira i1hco. l'rlco V40U cash.
For further particulars call on or adJrt'8