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BECAUSE IT'S THE
RED CROSS WHISKY
The San Antonio Light
Key West Importefl Cigars
Rocolvod frosh Evory Wook.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 274.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
CffiFETS, MCE CURTSIES,
nnr iTlMinlJEiTmiV tiElMtlTMKNT U arnwlnir ranldlr. find ftnlcH In tho liut frw i
havo U-cti liicif luliiir no inticli ns In rncounurP u
null rtnirtffi. WO rtltTV
lUxly UniKKpIs, etc. our tnm nrv freuli.
Inwnt. wo ww ana iny i;urK' io urn
LACE CURTAINS and CRETONNES
Wo 1iao the Ijirin'Kt Assortment, nnd inn iliow nl present n nont selection of Furniture,
Prlwros sultnblo for Lambrequins, Mantle-Hoards, etc.
IN MATNNUS. WIIITi: ANl C0IX)1IK1, Wl! OFFKIl 11AW1A1NS.
Goo. H, Kaltoyor, Prosldont -
8 AN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Main and Military Pla-as, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to liuiln
J. H. MARQUART,
""BQfl! id SHO
No. 1 7 Soledacl Street, Opposite Courthouse.
PTTA I3C1,(0 stock or Custom work toicltct from, conslsthurnrtrio finest nod largest
lock of HCIIOOb-UOY SHOES AND OAlTliltSotcrtnm In tills market, nnd It will bo of In.
tcrcst for boys and youths to soo me. Ilaml-t'iiulo CALF (LACK AND 1IUTTON) 8H0l AND
tlAITIIIUS, 1IALMUI1AI. (I.ACII AND IIUTTON) QAITUIIS, Oil, aitAl.V (laco nml button).
Flno sowed work u specialty In nil branches. A lino lot of lariro-slso ttoots for men, to bo sold
at reduced rates. Tlieso Rood, must bo BotMl to lw apirreclHtcd.
CEO, H KALTIYCR, B.J. MAUtnMANj, W.E. JONES. C. BaMBfKGEA
President. secretary. Supl. Msnager.
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cements, Cemont Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Limo and Building Stone, also Doalors in Imported
and Domcstlo Cements. White Limo, Hair, riastcr and Chimney Flues. OurCctnentls used
In the Construction of tho Now state Capitol.
trOmco nnd Warehouses, Njs. 307 and S.I0 Acequla Street. Works nnd Qunrry near
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
RICE & DALLAS,
(La, to wllh ltlcc, Ilorn & Co., Now Orleans, La.)
Hardware, Paints, 0ils,lass, Etc.
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnlshlnrjr Goods.
... ISObi: A0E.NT3 FOIII ....
Plant Stoves and
New York Enamel I'ulot Company's Mixed Paints, Host III tho maiket.
iJlrKolIno of Heiltltiir8toesat Ixiw Prices.
33 and 35 West Commerce Street.
DHOP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU AflE IN TOWN.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Passongor Depot, on Austin Stroet.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Flno Imported and Domestic Liquors,
Wines and Cigars, Polite and attentive barkeepers. Kverythlng llrst-class Ic
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor,
202 Lavaca Street.
Flno Portraits u e peel nit j Lessons (riven m
Drawing and ralntlng. Portraits from llfo
ami culurgotl from itiotojrraplis. Drawlitff
School forCliIMrcn WeUnoBdiiy unit Saturday
ufter noons. 11-U
h ns to rncouriufD us to lny In new tvtdltlon orrry p'Hoii, TIio
t i nine ilccorntton In thin city hn lmiltl( cm.trltmtrd to thin In
mwn new ami Mil lino of aviiPRTH, nucti no Inir ruin-. Ti' try.
to lay In new ti'tdltlon crery non. Tho
1 put tern n'lectlon fortunate
Otto Koohlor, Socrotnry & Troas.
rth best accoramodAtlonti.
f.w. McAllister & bro.
tCt, 10 AND 105 S, AUMO ST., COit. VILUIA,
SAN ANTONIO, TILXA8.
Wo aro Wholcialo and llctall Dealers In Austin
Whlto Llroo, Ilest llrands of Dark ltosendalo and
Imported English I'ortland Cements, Fluster of
Tarls, and Long Ooat ilalr, and would ask vou to
call, or writo us, for prlcos beforo purchasing elso
where, l'leuse mention this paper.
Ranges, the Best on Earth,
MO. 43 SOUUtAU 8TIIKHT,
Under tho management of L. Oar.a, banker
Deposits, subject to check, rocelved, but inter
est will bo paid only on lime Deposits of 1
and upwards atthoratoof i perocnt iwr an
num. Hanking- hours U a. ni. to 4 p. u. 'Saturdays-1)
a. in. to 8 p. m., tor tho oonvenlonoe
of Bavlngs Dank Depositors.
San Antonio Sale Deposit and Trust Co,
Steel Uoies rented In
Btoel-llnod, MarbloHiiicaied Vault. All boxes
protected by a master key. Itent Goo a month
and upward, according- to .lie or box
U oauza, Frenaent.
Sonoatioiml Shooting Affray in n
War Among the Telegraph Companies In
Arkanias-Flghtlngln the Eait-Re-formed
Hebrews -Other Items.
Chicago. November 15. Tho National
Hotel on Clark street was the scene of a
very sensational shooting Mirny about 0
o'clock this morning. Kdwnril Qulvct, a
.voung rrencitman, was snot twice anu
dangerously wounded by Adeline Du
val, his mistress, from whom lie had
separated a few days ago. Qulvet hail
only been In this country a tew months
and was a tailor by trail". He met Ade
line Duval soon allerhls arrival. When
he left slew days ago, site followed hi in
to his new aboilo and threatened to kill
hlmlfhe did not return to her. Last
evening she called at the hotel and reg
istered and look breakfast at 7 o'clock,
anil when he relumed to his room after
his breakfast to get his hat, she was con
cealed behind tho door. As soon as be
entered, she mailn an exclamation In
i renoh. nnd. Hepnlnir Into the ink die of
the room, llred two shots nt tho tailor.
Ai alio was about to lire again, ho grap
pled with her. threw her on n trunk and
wrenched tho revolver from her. Oulvet
fainted front lost of blood and llio
woman, with a shriek, grabbed for tho
weapon, and would have llred again but
for the Interference nl bratanders. An
olllcer was called and the woman placed
unner arrest, i-ir. unuon was sum
moned, and he found tltnt one ball had
oterco at the lop or ljulvet's head and
aversed the skull. The wound Is a bail
I.ittmc Hock. Arkansas. November 17.
There Is considerable excitement hero
over the .means used by the St. I.ouls,
iron jiouniain anu noumcrn itauway
Company to prevent tho Arkansas Tele
graph Company from erecting telegraph
poles along tho above railway from Lit
tle Hock to Malvern. Tho telegraph
company mentloueu Is a branch of the
uaiiimore anu unto I eiegrnpn system.
It procured rlirht-of-wav under an act
of the last legislature, and having built
Us lines from Hot Springs to Malvern,
and begun building from that town to
l.tttie kook. i.as nattiruay, a construc
tion train carrvlnirfiU men arrived, and
torn down all tho poles and wires that
had been erected, nnd completely drovo
llio iciegropn men irom ttieir work,
without violence. This morning, 10. It.
Douglass, Fieddent ;of tho Arkansas
Telegraph Company set his men to work
building from l.lttlo Hock to Malvern,
when CO men attain arrived nnd de-
s royed tho work, Mr. Douglass was
losltiveiy told mat he cnuiii not erect
Lies alone tho rlght-of-wav of the Iron
Mountain Hallway; that -HKJ men ero
ready to prevent his doing so. He
withdrew Ids force to prepare to call
upon tho authorities to protect him. It
la said the mllltla will bo called out for
IlKLnniiiK, November 17. The Ber
lin Division, marching on Midden.
gave battle to Ibe llulgarlant, near Mid
en, and Inflicted on them a crushing
defeat. The loss was heavy on both
sides. The Servians captured 1OC0 pris
oners. Ukuhupe. November 17. General
Topalovltclt, with tho Maravla Divi
sion, hail a desperate battle with Bulga
rians at Trlen, and the latter were to
tally defeated. Tho Servians fought
with great gallantry, and captured two
guns and many prisoners, fhreo bat
talion ot iiuigarinn volunteers stattoneu
at a point on tho Tlmak Hlver, capitula
ted without firing a gun, to Colonel 1).
Jukenltlch, Commanding the Servian
Tlwok Division. The Bulgarians yes
terday evacuated Jthe'r fortified posi
tion at Dragoman, which the Servians
attacked on Sunday. Details of the cap
ture of Uragouian pass by tho Servians
show that the Drelna and Shumadaga
Divisions, under Colonels Michkovlich
and llenecky, were engaged and at
tacked the Bulgarians in force, com
pletely routing them. Hordes of Bulga
rians laid down their arms, being panic
stricken. Several guns were captured
and the pass ab indoned.
I'lTTSiiuiin, Pa., November 10. The
National Kabbinlcal convention of tbe
lieformed Hebrew Church, called to con-
religion, was opened at Concordia Hall,
Allegheny City, at 10 o'clock this morn
ing by ltev. Dr. L. M. ;Vl8e, or Cincin
nati. Thlrty-flve delegates from all
parts of tho country presented creden
tials. l!ev. Dr. Holder, of New Vork,
through whose efforts tho convention
was brought about, made a lengthy ad
dress, advooatlng the passage of a series
of resolutions tending toward the re
form of Judaism of America. Dr. Koh
ler said the movement contemplates the
doing awav with somo of the traditional
features of Judaism, such as the belief
oiurmotiox ueurews mat tiiey are an
to go back to Palestine, It Is Intended
also to eliminate nil tho teaohloirs that
give Judaism a national or oriental char
Toi'EKA. Kansas. November 17. News
has been received of a brutal fratlclde
near Pcrryville. Morgan Cockrell and
bis brother. Georire. dtsDuted over a
trivial matter, whereupon the former
uren a suot-gun nt ueorge, uisemuowel
llng him. The murderer then took pos
session of the house, drove every one
away nnd guarded the place with an
axe. He has not vet been csntnreil.
The brothers are said to be nephews of
Senator Cockrell, of Missouri.
St. Loun, November 17. The Catho
lic protectorate at Ulencoe, Mo.,
miles from this city, was burned last
night. There were nine Christian
brothers and $ boys In tho building, all
of whom escaped. Two boys and one
brother who remained In the building
too long found the stairway burning and
lumped from the third stSrv. The
brother was badly hurt. Loss f 00,000;
Wixxu'Ka. November 17. Jncksnn
who was Hlel's Lieutenant nnd who had
been conuneu in the lunntlo asylum
escaped across the line and wrote a let
ter to his sister from St. Vincent, ask
Ingher to write to Sir John McDonald
begging him to shoot him (Jackson) and
spare Kiel. His escape was not discov
ered until to-day.
New York. November 17. lamea T
Holland, tho Texan who killed William
Davis, while the latter was working tbe
sawdust game on him, was arraigned to
day, but as neither sldo was ready, the
trial was postponed till the 25th Instant,
wuu u pruuauuuy oi a mrtimr postpone
ment at that time.
AlEXAMmu, Va November 17. Gov-ernor-eleot
Lee and Major Cortland II.
Smith have accepted an Invitation to
meet Governor Hill, of New York, at n
dinner to be given at tho Union Club
the last week in this month or tbe first
week In Deoember.
Of tho San Antonio and Terre Haute
In answer to the assertion by friends
of the Water-works Company, that the
rates aro among tho lowest and terms
tho most liberal of nnv tn the country,
the LimiT publishes the rates of tho
Terre Haute, Indiana, Waier-worki
Company, and let our people mako com
parisons, and tho consequent deduc
tions. The Terre Hnute Company'a
rates are, to dwelling houses occupied
by ono family, only SS.00 a year; eacli
additional family, $1.00. San Antonio
rates are $12 00. In Terre Haute, bar
rooms pay from $10 00 to f :10.00 a year,
and In this city they pay from $18.00 to
$l).0O. The water rates or tho Terra
Haute .Company aro 3 cents per ion
gallons; over 1000 and less than 10.IKI0
gallons. 3 cents per 100 gallons; over 10,
000 a day, 1 cents per lixj gallons. Tim
San Antonio rates are Scents per 100
gallons where tho dally consumption la
less than 1000; and where Ibe dally con
sumption averages from NXJ to 20,000 It
Is ilj per 100 gallons, tvhern tho dallv
consumption exceeds 20,000 gallons, tho
prlco Is 2 rents per 100, which Is tho
cheapest. It must not be forgotten that
tho works In Terre Haute originally cost
$330,000, while $300,000 would put In a
system of works In this city far superior
to thon now In existence Also, tho
Terre Haute works being obliged to use
steam power In pumping, Is under much
greater running expense than our cheap
beer Harden Is In roll blast In llio
City or Mexico.
Mr. Hykers. an American. Is erectlnir
a theatre in tho City of Mexico.
Muttons ar be lur Imnorted from New
Mexico to the City or Mexico, nnd sell
from $2.50 to $3.00 a head.
The Labor Congress, an organization
similar to the Knights of Labor, has paid
uir mias ui tun ctuiurs ami stiiuenis .m
pojcil for sedition.
The worms are said to have Inlured
the cotton plants In Vllia Lcrdo. l)u
rango, to suon an extent that It Is feared
the crop will bo a failure.
An Interesting exnerlment was mmlM
last week on the farm of Felipe Mttrldes
near San Luis Potosl An American
plow was tried and did good work on
A statue la belnc erected tn the mem
ory of Hidalgo, tho Father or Mexican
iniiepenuence. in ino little town of Do
lores, where the cry was raised on the
night of September IS, 1910.
The Correo savs that the inwver A1.
berto Baz, has been named censor of llio
press, and that he Indlcttes lo the prim
eoutlng nttornay paragraphs which ha
considers Immoral seditions or Injurious
Oysters, fresh on lce.arebelnirbrniu?lit
to tho City or Mexico from Baltimore,
via Kansas Cllv and Kl Paso, nml fresh
salmon front San Kranolsco. The dis
tance from Baltimore is over 3000 miles
from Mexico, while Vera Cruz Is only
about 200. '
Tho District .IllllL-fl In Maallnn nr.
tiered the arrest of the Cantaln and crew
of the German steamer Ilenrlettn Behm
on a charge or smuggling, but tho men
koi on uuiiriiiue American steamer New
bern, then In port, and nt last accounts
were still under tho protection or tho
Hbzhwavmen attacked Mlirnel lm.
oiado on the road from Hayttla to Jn
palpa, Jalisco. Mr. Preclado was travel
ing with a servant and tho two were
carrying some money. The master es
caped with part of the monoy, nnd tho
rest $2C0 was found under tho dead
servant, and was probably overlooked by
The Leelslaturo of San I.ula I'nlo.l
has granted an extension of 10 years to
the Union Water-works Company of
Matchuala for tbo building and running
of the works, In consideration of a pay-
micii. u, fjw uiuuu uy me company to
the City Council, to bo used In tho build.
Ing of the penitentiary, and $5000 to tho
State, to be devoted to the cause or pub
llo Instruction nt Catorue At the close
or 1 1 years, Including the 10 yenrs or ex
tension, the Matehuala City Council wl I
receive me water-works tree or all Hen
A Bad Mixture.
At the end of a ravorablo criticism of a
new tenor, In a London paper, appeared
this astonishing announcement : "H
was sentenced to live veors' nenal servl.
tude. so that socletv will for union tlr.io
be freed rroui tho Infliction of Ida pres
ence." The printer got a criminal oase
mixed up with the criticism. Indlanap-
A Long Continuance.
In n recent case before the stipendiary
magistrate nt Charlottctown his honor
'stated that until he got sufficient evi
dence he would postnone It till the "mil.
lennltim," whereupon counsel mildly
suggested that. In the event of the evi
dence not arriving nt that remote date,
etcuiK mo iiunur a puwora were bo ex
tensive, ho might postpone the 'mlllen
What They Call Fun In Georgia.
I'ugh Klrkland, our Marshal, bad a
well, not fright, but surprise Saturday
night, as he was ringing the 10 o'clock
bell. John liurney disguised himself a
a craiy negro woman well known on the
streets,' and, stealing up behind Pugh,
seized him. "Few and sweet were tho
prayers Pugh said," but tho way ha
skinned out or his coat. leaving it and
his 'billy" In the hands or old Nanoy;
and made tracks rorotheniuaters.was a
compliment to his agility. Fort Gaines
A Very Sleepy Man,
The friends of a certain man In this
city, who occasionally lingers with the
wine cup rar too long for his own good
or that of his family, are Just now bav
InCT a lnilfrll nt Ilia nvnnai III. .
poor Utile Innocent, chanced to hear
some older people talking about sleep,
and piped In hlschlldlsh treble after tills
fashion: "Pa gets awful sleepy some
times; he came home the other night
and was so sleepy be couldn't get Into
thehousd, but Just laid down by the
i . 7i T - ioore. n ort-
Kvcrv llrst-alass .lenlof .n. n.-
Pulls cigarettes Avoid Injurious Iml-
i Quarantined Him-Another .THal-The
Qrand Jury-Th City Council.
IVlltnr Ran Antonio Unlit :
A mux, Nove;nber 17. This morning
Information was received here by Dr.
Burt, tho City Physician, that a man by
the name of Maisey was on his way lo
this city, on the Fredericksburg road,
and that he either had the small-pox or
had been recently exposed to It. Tlo
City .Marshal at once sent out ofllcrrs to
the outskirts or the olty to Intercept the
traveler anil quarantine him.
Bub llublrth, colored, who Is Indicted
for killing a hackman by the name or
Watford In this city about a year ago Is
now on trial In tho District Court.
Thcro Is a variety of evidence In this
case, and It would be Impossible to guess
what the outcome of It will he. BuOlrlll
lias the beat counsel In the city.
This morning a tiro brukn out In a
rrnmo house belonging tn Hon. W. A.
Saylor, now occupied by a Mr. Stuart.
The flames were quenched before any
serious damage was done. .
The Grand Jury has rrennruncil, and
it Is believed some light will be thrown
on the outrages perpetrated on the ser
vant girls hero last suiutuer. Several
arrests havo been made.
Two negroes wcro yesterday brought
here from Bastrop by Deputy United
'Hales Marshal White. It Is believed
they had something to do with tho
Harney murder, which so shocked the
city last summer.
'1 lie city canvas will be red-hot In a
few days, and money will ho snent free
ly on both sides for tho Mayoralty. And
somo of the candidates for Aldermanlo
honors will make It Interesting.
.Mr. W. II. Wortham, Gamier In tho
Stato Treasury, has announced himself
as a candidMe for Alderman In tho Sixth
tvarti. no would be an bonor lo the
1 ramus are numerous In and arnnm!
tho city, and tlio police have a hard tlitio
to keep up Willi them.
Mr. A. K. Hawks, tho famous optician,
Is doing a tremendous business In his
crystal spectacles and eye glasses. Tho
superior merits of bis glasses aro now
.nessrs. iucuaroy x uovert, two or
Austin's most deserving vonnir men. havn
bought out the land agency business of
B. Sweeney. Km., who retires tn Ida
old Irgliilahouio. if pluck, energy and
enterprise will win, Messrs. McCarly &
Covert will In a short time be on tho lop
Mr. F. K. Hull In . who died of I. eat t
disease last night, was burled this after
noon. It has just been ono month to
day since the tleceased laid his wife to
rest in ner grave. The runeral was
largely attended. By his death three
children are doubly orphaned, tbe eldest
ueing not over seven years or age. llo
wai burled by the Free Alasons and tho
Austin Fire Department.
ISImon Adami' Thrifty Wlfo.
Simon Adams, n colored farmer, who
lives In tho Dry Lake District, called to
sec us, as he always does when ho comes
to town, on Tuesday last. We were
boys together and playmates, nnd,
though Simon was n slave, yet many a
rottgh-and-ttitnblo fight we had. As to
wnoiicKcii is of no con8equenco now.
We are his friend, and tbe lrlend of all
colored men who conduct themselves as
ho docs. Yesterday Simon was dressed
tn n suit or homespun which had been
inaoe entirely uy uts n lie. sue bad
plcken tho cotton, spun tho thread,
wove tho goods and dyed It, then cut
out tho cniirosult and mnde It. This
colored woman has never been to town
or oven In a country store since she be
came free, but has stayed athome, at
tended to her duties, and raised a family
of children. If tho colored women or
Brooks Coucty would take Simon
Adam's wife for an example and pattern
after her. they would soon nut them
selves nnd families In n better condition
than they now are. It gives us pleasure
to nollco Instances nl the kind above
named, lor they are rare. (Jultman Freo
He Didn't Have to Own the Trunk.
At one of the stations on tho San
franclsco nnd Northern I'uclllo Hall
way a lew Sundays slnco an elderly:
gentleman got oil' the cars to take brier
ebscrvatlons during the stoppsgu of the
train. The assistant at tho station
rushed out and made a regular baggage
smasher's attack on n trunk, which he
slammed about with n reckless dis
regard or nonsenuences. Tho utber man
Interposed, "young man, won't you break
that trunk?" The "young man" turned
a withering look upon the old gentleman
and Impudently Inquired: "What's the
matter wllh you? Do you own this
trunkf "No, sir 1" came back In a tone
tbat evinced rauou Indignation, "but I'll
have you to understand, sir, that I own
this railroad." As Colonel Donahue
moved back to the train tbe limn voting
man reclined against the station for sup-
pun. iiicuiusuurg tai.j r-nterprtse.
A Pretty Answer.
The little one made a: beautiful answer
without knowing It. "What! kiss such
a homely man its papa?" said the
mother. In fun.
"Oh, but papa la real pretty In hla
heart." was tho reply. Kentucky State
A Proud Race.
The Americana are the proudest peo
ple on earth, with the exception, per
haps, of the Britishers. We have na
tional pride, family prldo and pride or
purse, ruero can nanny do round In
America, however, a man who Is so
proud as to refuse to allow his aged nnd
impecunious parents to go anu live witn
ins urotntr-in-iaw. uourier Journal.
A Musical Theory of Elopement.
The belle of Park Htdge, III., has
eloped with a man who leaves behind a
wife and two children. The village Glee
Club brought them together. He sang
tenor, nuu 01 course sue was an alio.
Why. ot course? Because when the so-
nrano clones, she takes the bass. This
may not bo Important, but It Is usually
Nkw YoitK. November 17. The nrom
lied lock-out In Stratton A Storm's cigar
factory, In coosequenoe of which 2000
ugar Makers union Having laued to re-
I move the boycott rrotn tho goods ol thi
I Tbo most oopnlar cigarettes aio the
I Opera Pullr. at popular prlco. tf
SIMMS & SAMUELS, -
W. II. KIMM8
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
- with Larry
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
s 1111 irreat
STAR IN AND
tf, iliiliitr nnv of tho Unit
n to Im tippnvittttHl.
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
I 'lint iipira.ic.i of
ilsBtiif I taker A Mnurtt'oi
UNYlcon 1 (( wnlEM Itoproiitatloii of tin-OH tnuht-rn Negro. Ik. n't foil lo i
tkon1 Vtik i
DONNELLY and DREW,
men are without doubt tbo l.t lh.li Vocalists and Danea-ra nowluimn tho
n, i.HnmtnrtnkMthatamwItluuita blemish, danclmr wllhlho linnet eao
Kualo Hmall .
Fourth Week and IIIk tilt, or tho Oreat and only,
MISS I.A.URA. ASHBY,
of tior Uniit Oriental Jufrtf1Inir.mil HiWanetnjri n1o HioWonilrrfulJapiin
Miss DEBBIE RICKLIN,
Vim havo waited-
rti norm- wuu .mumc,
iimimh1 liy Hurry
DiUry MiilU. muiiriuil l!amt)-Uitlu IhMiulKT(llr).
Miss MARIE VESTVALI,
Tho whole to conclude with Donnelly Brew's laughable comely, entitled
TUB TWO iUiH EKOJE
CTIAIIAITKIIS IIVTIIU nNTIlin COMPANV.
This Esinblishment Is now neplete with All trio Novelties lop tho
run ana winter season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Illack nml Colored, Plain and Brocaded. Casstmeres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Camel Hair nnd Wool Sat
eens, velvets and Velveteens In nil colors, plain and brocaded. Bilk
Pongees, Dress Plaids In single and double widths, and
toTTrluimlngs to suit all Dress aoods.-vjfe
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of
ho has an endless variety
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest rail and Winter styles nnd makes or Bonnets and Hats
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Hlbbons and Trimmings will bo found
there. This department Is under llrst-class artistes,
who will pleaso tho tastes or all.
Towellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams. Alpaoas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho most magnificent stock ot Dress
Goods or all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In. Texas
Kspeoial attention was given to purchoslng Fall and Winter
bilks, and can he also glvo the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stock of Full and Winter Clothing- Is the larire.t over broiurbt to Texas and em.
bracts, in llio latest patterns. ,.r1n(M AllK-rt. Ciitawily.Knik and Sao"'!.
A very larifo mild complete i stjick of Ladles', Misses'. Hen', and llola"
Shoes and Boots. A full lino of stetson Hon and Stilt Hats.
Also a run stock ot Uentlomen's 1'urntsliliur Uoods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
, Ill'l-'U'nltitro Dopartin.nt Is oomnlot- wllh Household anods. nnd he will suit overvbodr
n this lino. Amon otlwr Roods wb llnd Plush Parlor Suits. Mohair Parlor Siilii wllnnSS ,
Ash llalnnm Hulls, Wardnilw.. Chairs, Holy llrussels Tan I liSmn CarocU ? Ituis Jtattln.r
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
One or tho finest establishments that
San Antonio, If not Texas, oan boast of
Is the Art Gallery ofC. II. Mueller, at
205 Commerce street. Here can be had
artist's and draughtmcn's materials, ol
both domestlo and Imported kinds. En-
E ravings, chromos and paintings are on
and, In an endless variety. Ploture
frames, mouldings and materials for
frcsoo nnd sign painting In large varieties
China decorations, and material fcr wax
flowers in a large assortment. Mr.
Mueller receives direct from fact oriel
large shipments of paints, oils and other
material in that lino, as well as window
glass, and flee domestlo antl Imported
deooratlve wall paper aro specialties Id
his establishment. 12-13-lv
- - - - - PROPRIETORS
November 16, 17 aid 18, 1885
. UHANIl KAltClt
Poolev In his very funny comedy, entitled
In Songs nnd Dances
kctchf how In-foro tho public. TIi tmu only
In Oporatic Songs
ami hits aro Irrtolitlblo. They will oiwur this week In their
I n Songs and Dances
In Oporatic Soloctions
Minn nmi .Mimicry.
(Iiarnctl-r Tin. lri.t. AnurlMti Knno-.
Mtunrihy. Chn meter llio (Jontlpnmn limn,
rfttPti amlcinnjMsrHM by Harry Mftcnrthy
Will Ploaso You
Kid Oloves, Jilts, Laces and FanoyOoodi
and cannot bo undersold.
Linens, Cotton Goods,
K VY1 " acres In Ward No, 2, Can bo
subdivided In small lots: Rood speculation.
'.l'.'? lM!!8? "I1111 9 rooms In Ward No. 1, siuoa
fll cash, balaneo on time. '
anu one-hair lots. Inclosed, with new
Impriivcmentst house with two room, and
klt!.'l'.cn.l,n,1.,ra'1,!rlr' I" Wi-d i. Price, staio.-
Htty hood of cow. and calvos ut HJ per
hoad, 10 mllos rnmi-lovi n. "
A two-acro orchard, well Inclosed, all trrhro-
it'raneo and mdlxrln.. 1
and dlnlntr room, flOOU.
near TBI Paso
railroad, 1hIow yultil.
Hdlolntiur Shrobln's placo. Price itlU caafi'
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