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"Red Cross" Whiskey
QUAI1ANTEED. USE ITI
Harry Baum & Co.
Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Only $5 a Year.
The San Antonio Light.
Volume V. -Number 240.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1885.
.lint Hecelveil : The largest nnil
We. desire also cull speclnl attention, that we curry Ilia most elcgnnt stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Ladles dress goods department every variety or tlio latest styles anil
patcrns can be seed. An lnipectlon Is asked by our lady customers.
Fire, Marine $ Tornado Insurance
wi: m:i,Ki:sKNT tiii: fom.ov,ino iikmaiim: comiunh:?:
Northern Aurnnce C'oinptnj, of i:ng1ml
Uommerclil Ciilun AMurnnce Uoiiittanjr, l V.ngl mil. . . .
Imperial Kir) Insurance Company, of KnglitiH.
I.ancanhlreInmiraiioC'oiiiianri nf FriRlaml
l'lircoli Atmuraure Company, of Kngltimi. .
Iimurance Com puny of ortli America, of I'liUadrlpHli
I'lifcnls luiuraiica Ooinpttny, of llarlfird( Conn
rtien1x Iimurunre Uiimptny, of Itrnnkljrrii N V
American Central Inxariinre G'oiiipitiiy. oft t I.ou.m, Aln
Over Rlsche's Cigar Stare, 276 Commerce Street.
FOR JOB PRINTING,
Call at .hc Light Office, No. 2 1 0 E. Com
merce Street. Low Prices
Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Tens,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convpnlont to l-uslticM crntcr,
J. H. MARQUART,
1 have on hand live liumlrtd of the following styles of lino hand uml homo made
goods: Prince Albert Calf, the Oxford Tie, Una Calf low quntcr Strap Tie, Threo
llnttun Oxford Kid, and Newport tie Kid. all orthein low qunter goods which will
be Bold at the reduced rato of live dollara per pair.
Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home and Hand Made. My stock la superior to
any In the Stato. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand niade goods to be
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. Tula oiler la for the next 30
days. Call early and be convinced.
FIno Custom Work a Spoolalty. No. 17 Solodad st. op. Courthouao.
GEO. H. KAITEYER, B. J. MUJERMANN, W.E.JONES, C.8AM8EKGEH
freild.nl. Sccrcury. Supl. Manager.
.A.la.m.o Cement Co,,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Come nts, Cement Walks and Grey Lime
Hydraulic Lime and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported
In tlio construct 101
f tromco ami WinihouBiH, Nos. an
head ot lllirr.
Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
0OM 70 RENT Next to cottage saloon, c
of Navarro and Houston t
iiuiro at saloon,
WANTED A Imy,
work In a n!imn
Alanio, cornor llarrer
WM. 8ERNDT, maker or all kinds of sau
sairos, Vienna, llologuo, etu. Order,
promptl, lllltil, IMIPuuthCcutruM. U-'.IMiui
M" AIEAND TemALE help waiiled.7:mSoy.
uient turnlslied free. 17 Hast Houston
1US A. REIMANN,
I r YOU NEED male orremalo help, send lour
1 orders to rJplollmiieii Js Co., 413 liiast Hons-
mWENTY-TWO LOTS TOR SUE Onu block
.1. from Artinsus ltitilrond deput, Kasy
lenna. Enquire at Laclmpnotio't Bonn works.
JdyutU Floret street, V-H-lm
finest selected Hock of Hoys ntul
" K, 737.000
" U, 071, 00(1
Telephone Ho. 185.
with bent i
Our Cement la used
Acciiulj Street. Works and (j
f.w. McAllister &bro.
ill, 20 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COR. VILUTA,
BAN ANTONIO, TKXAS.
Ho lire Wholcsalo and llctall llcaleisln AuBtln
Whlto Mine, licit Ilrands or Hark lloscndalo and
Imported lcnjlluli Portland Cctnonta, I'lneu-r of
I'arl., and Lonir (loat Hair, and would ask vou to
call, or write ua, ror prices beforo purchasing elao
whero. Vlca.o mention this paper.
Everything Bervcd In First-Clara Stjle.
light ami soli at 8
pupfT In the city.
SITY ORDINANCES A few conies of the Ho
vlio-1 City Ordinance! van bo liml at tho
r jht ollico, Cloth Mndlnir, Hi paper oover.
I BUILDING LOTS-Two fin
i J loli,sUo!10jti7o feet, ,n a hoallfty portln
i tuHJJiiif (corner
Vising lrlen niul locution.
Fine Milch Cows For Sale.
I will havo on oxliltiltlon at Ban Antonio,
Tunis, ttoutli Florts street, ooihmiio tlio raeo
l)urlim Hull and Two Head or llalMlreed
Jerseys, from October Bth till sold, Tho akovo
How is y
Call unci I
tune to aecuro a good inllcli cow,
W. 11. MUllBN,
Striking St, Louis Strcot Oar
Knights of Labor at Calvetton-Trades
Display and Mr. Hendricks at St.
St. Iuvh, October s -The striking
atreet car men had an rnthuslattlo meet
ing at Turner hall this morning. Secre
tary lleep, of the Kxecutlto Hoard or the
Knlghla of Labor, tahl that the various
unlona of the Tradea Aascmbly held
meetlnga lat nlttht and determined to
aid the slrlkera. The Kiecullte Hoard
of the Tradea Assembly hne appointed
n committee to meet a committee of live
of the atrlkera to act aa an arbitration
committee. These coiumlttcea had a
conference today, and will attempt lo
settle the troubles between the men and
the managere of the railroads. The cars
were running early thla morning on the
Casa avenue road, but they stopped about
U o'clock. On nearly all the other roada
cither full or partial service waa being
performed up to noon, with no n porletl
disturbances and no arrests. The day
passed with reasonable quietness till
nearly 0 o'clock, when a party of atrlkera
congregnted nbnut the cara of the Casa
avenue line, on Seventh, between Mar
ket and Walnut atrreta, and began tu In
tlmldate the cumluelora ami drivers. A
squad ot police soon appeared and the
strikers dispersed, but only to change
their base, for they Immediately went to
Pine atreet. between Seventh and Ninth,
out of which threo dlllerent lines
run, and derailed one or two cara. This
atopped the tralllc of nearly a dozen cars
which eoon gathered there A crowd
collected, rind a man named John Doyle
waa knocked down tinder a moving car
and run over. Thla exasperated the
crowd and they dragged the ilrher from
the car and threatened to l)nch hint,
llejwaa rescued by the police. howcUT,
and taken tu the station to save him
from the mob. The crowd then tin
hitched the teams from the cits and
turned them loose, and alugged all the
drlvera and conductora they could lav
hauda on, but none oftheui were badly
hurt. Among tho persona assaulted
were John Scullen, the .'resident of one
of the Union depot lines, ami also of the
Mound City road, lie wa pretty
roughly handled, but not much Injured.
Notwithstanding tlmt tho police were
active and arretted IU of the mob, the
crowd waa equally alert and, some of
them loosened the brakes on the cars
which were slnndlng on a down grade
and Bet them running down hill, which
resulted In collisions, the breaking of
windows and lamming of platforms.
Finally the police got the masterly of
tho mob and dispersed them. Other
teams were then sent fur and the cars
were taken to the atablea by frlenda of
the roada, who volunteered to run them,
the tralllo waa suspended for the night.
OAUVKKrox, October8. It was learned
to-day that the State Kxecutlvueuinmlt
tee of tho Knlghta of Labor order have
been In the cltydurlngthla week, for the
purtinso of conferring with the olllclala
of the Santa Ke road In settlement ofthc
dlllerencea existing and Investigating
the displacements that havo been made,
presumably contrary to the strict Inter
pretation of the agreements heretofore
made. This waa a secret, so far as the
public was concerned, until thu satisfac
tory result was attained. The Commis
sion, consisting of John Nugent, oft'oal
vllle. N. A. Iteynolds, of i'ort Worth,
and K. I'lereon, of the Santa t'e carpen
ter Bhopaln this city, have been success
ful In their conference with tho Santa Ko
management and all dllt'erences have
been satisfactorily arranged aa far us
thla end of the road la concerned. Tie
committee left for Temple and Kurt
Worth with thepurposeof Investigating
and settling the llnccus-Murrlll matter,
after which they will return to their re
spective homes and work, eatlslled wilh
the results of a peaceful mission.
Sr. Loun, October 8. The nnnunl pa
rade of the Tradea Dlanlay association
took- place to-night and made a splendid
appearance, and attractetl an enormous
crowd of spectators nlong tho whole
lino of march. Thirty-two lloals.tepro
senllng dlllerent branches of business,
Illustrated In an Ideal and fanciful man
ner, were In line and the display In
some of its features waa fully equal to
that of the Veiled 1'rophets. vice Preal
dent IlendrlckB and party, aided by
Governor Marmndiiko and a-vcral other
distinguished gentlemen, reviewed the
procession from tho grand stand In
front of the exposition building, after
which Mr. Hendricks wns taken Inside
and escorted through the naves and gal
leries of the Immense building. During
the evening President itennurd Intro
duced .Mr. Hendricks tu the asnembled
People, from the stage orthegreat luuslo
hall, and ho spoke about three minutes,
highly ooiupllmentlng St. Louis for her
fair and the splendid manner In which
she entertained her visitors during the
Nkw Voiik, October 8. The letters
of acceptance of Hon. Ira Davenport and
General J. II. Carr, Republican candi
dates for Governor and Lieutenant
Governor respectively, are promulgated
to-night. They accept the principles laid
down In the Slate platform. .Mr. Daven
port declares himself In favor of civil
service reform and forapproprlato legis
lation by Congress, pulling an end to
the silver coinage already excessive, and
oalllng for honest silver dollars on the
basis of the gold standard.
It waa stated at Cardinal McCloskey'a
residence this morning that his condi
tion was unihanged, and there had been
no rally of thu patient's vital powers
during the night.
Dr. Keyea said thla nrternoon that the
condition of the Cardinal remained un
changed, except a alight Increase of
weakness. He would piobablv not die
to-night, unless an unexpected change
for tho worse took place. During the
evening the sick man rested easily and
appeared more comfortable than for
some days. At fi p. in., the patient's
condition was more favorable. In that
be waa less restless.
St. Loch, October 8. Vice President
Hendricks waa called on at the Knutlixm
hotel this morning by a large number of
prominent Demoorais. lie waa taken In
charge at II o'clock by the entertain
ment committee of business men and
driven lo the lair grounds, where he
win ue uie special guest or the Kalr as
sociation. He was shown nil the slghta
and royally entertained to-night. lie la
to hold a reception at tho exposition
building afterwards. He, In connection
with Governor Mannadiike and several
other notable persons from abroad, havo
rovlewed Hie tradea pageont.
Wooxsockkt, Dak., October 8. Clar
ence Dennett, who criminally aasaulted
a woman a few nights since, was taken
rrom Jail by a party of masked men last
night, and after being treated to a coat
of tar and feathers, waa told to leave the
vicinity and to nover return, under pen
elty of lynching.
TO JOIN HIS MOTHER.
A ad occurrence took place yralerday
aflernoon on the Medina, about HI tulles
mllca below the ollv. S, K. lltiller, the
son of .Mr. K. G. Ilnller. who formerly
was a resident or thla clly. committed
auluhle. He accomplished his rash deed
by drowning himself In the waters of
the Medina, close In his parents'
resilience. Ilia body waa recov
ered this morning. Mr. Ilnller saw
Ida son ror the last time In life jesterday
at noun, when he enmc and pattook din
ner. Shortly after Ills departure a nolo
waa found written by him. stating that
his best friend was tlcad and Hint lie nns
going lojoln her. He also Informed a
neighbor when he was walerlng the
aloek jesterday evening that he had
done o for the last time. Young
Ilnller was aa jears of age. and gen
erally held In high estimation. Ills
mother died about live weeks ago, and
since that time he has been Inconsolable
and hla grief was so acute that It led him
to commit the deed.
Mr. Ilnller. Sr., arrived In town this
morning to Inform the coroner, and an
Inquest will bo held this ariernoon. The
old gentleman sullera keenly Ida bereave
ment, he Indeed deserving sjmpalhy,
ullhln the space of six weeka to lose
llrst Ids wife and then his son, the latler
In Ihu above deserlhtd sad mnniier. Mr.
Ilnller has only ono child surviving, a
dnugliter, whose grief at the loss or her
brother Is extteme.
A public clock has been Inaugurated at
Tho locusts have reappeared In Ve
nado, S.i n I, ilia Potosl.
The fnmoiia Klghth .Mexican Cavalry
hand haa been disbanded In the City of
Six of the Vern Cruz revolutionists,
ciplured In the mountains, were brought
to Corduba tube tr'id.
At a recent free dinner given In Orl
7ava to tho poor, Julian Kego'lus, of I ho
Hercules ilgar factory, gae clgara
The Anunclador, a paper sued for
libel In IJiianalualo, has just won u
legal battle, and will now sue Its perte
ciilora for ilnmnKca
The pollco In Chihuahua havo luado a
good haul. Ih-y ha gathered In n
quantity of counterfeit bank-notes of tho
Chihuahua Mining hnnk.
Congressman Jose Ilarrern haa pre
sented n bill In the lions,, to Ihu ellect
that the Government pension ten Mexi
can artisans to gu Luropu to perfect
Hu ll professions.
Ono of the lending gamblers of the
City of .Mexico went to toluca and In an
Interview with the Governor of the
Stalu of Mexico, General Lahinne, asked
permission to establish laro tables In
I'oluca. The Gournor a prompt I'enlnl
or tho request staggered the knight of
the green cloth.
After the dismemberment of t lie
Klglilh Cavalry band, mentioned in )e
lerday'a Issue, Ihree or the musicians
will scut their connection with the
band and reliirn to New Orleans to be
lenrrled lo belles of the Crescent City,
whose gay glances enchained tin m last
summer.-1 Two Kepublln.
Manuel Tendllln, n young man, 20
Jears ofii'je living In l'uebla, wns en
gaged to be married to a girl 10 years of
age, Conctpclou (Jiilntniui. Tho girl
learning that her liner ltd a dissolute
life, asked him to return her letters and
break the engagement Ho did so, but
at Hie same time slabbed her to death.
The cultivation or colTco in Coahulln
has taken extraordinary proportions.
The southern slopes of tho mountains
oiler all the necessary conditions or ami
and shade required In the growing of
this lender plant. The dlllerent com.
panics engaged In the Stale In laying
out the lands to cultivate have marked
oil the boundaries of JJ.O.O acres,
Tho building used as n court house In
Chllpnnclngo, capital of Guerrero was
the same In which the declaration of In
dependence of .Mexico wns mado by the
llrst Mexican Congress. It belongs to
Mrs. Jesus de Na.u, a widow liidj-, but
an ellort Is to be made to purchase Ib's
Mexican independence hall and preserve
It as a national rcltu.
A cloud of grasshoppers fell on nnd
around the depot of tiiu Mexican Cen
tral railroad at Tula, some M miles from
the city. The engineer blew oil' steam
and whistled, anil the pests becoming
starl'ed rose again and divided Into two
group, one going toward TepeJI, and
the other toward the hills of Tula. The
people turned out at both places, somo
JXKI of lue.ii, and commenced lo ring
t lie bells and lire oil' rockets and lire
crackers, thus succeeding 111 scaring
thctn oil again.
"In his message lo the Vera Cruz Legis
lature lately convened. Governor Mi
rlquez gave u list of tho following public
Improvements Inaugurated In that
State: Plans nnd speollloatlons wero
mnde for the repairing of the road from
Huattisco to Cnmaron, on the lino of the
Mexican railway. The digging of the
canal of Plxqulac, between Hi cantone
ofjnlapnand Coatepec, Is progressing
favorably. Tho new inatkct Is completed
In Cordoba, and alo lis waterworks.
Schools, residences, bridges, roads,
boulovards, etc., have bien erected In
Oitiltiamn, Choutln.Coscoinatepec, Con
tecomatlan, 'I lapacoyan, Ixliuacan and
Otalllhin. It altogether makes a very
Hcporlcd oipreaa'jr for tlio bintiT hy H. S
t'lojd .V Co., St Kolcdud street.
?.'!!.': "'''"''er U.-S.ts quiet; inW
dllnir II l.Hi lor now eollon i old conon worth
Selnoie. Futures dull Inn s.etidyi Oc'otier.
w.,'.s'..;.,j Noi-t-tulK'r. ',: ticoei.ilier,
U.Rt,l: January, U.STftUJS PolirMary, tl.W
.!. March, In IMsiaill April 10.WiJu.Sii Hay,
liuiftiu; Juno ...i July, lnv.-uur '
l.ivrueqoi, October P. Foots, steady! mid
dllnir, 5,d, Orleans, r.l,,. Sulci., , Imles;
n'olils, l,ul bales, l'i..ures, Hruil llcmher
lm eiiilier. 5.-'l .Novcin tit r-i,c coluber 6ji: Do-oeiiiU'r-Janiiary,
Nkw Vihik, October t. - Stock inorketi
Northwestern, lult Uclawaro and Lackawan
Octolxr 0. Wheut, actlvo
l-her; November, !l',o lorn, nulotl No
mhor, 4(lo. Pork, lliui; November, fs.to;
ml, dull i November. U.IM
The seenml nlirbt r.r II. n.
t'llirlsll ,.,nnl fair 1. I......
attended than on the llrst night, owing
to the Improvement In the weather. The
receipts were auoirt equal on both nlgliti
nllll tllH SV.nl 114 ttlnnatlFnliln ,n l
tlclpants. 'Ihelleethoven Jlaennerchor
gave some vocal selections during the
ciu wen receiveu.
pressed and undressed, In all lengths.
..c.jr .nu nniiiuucu, ai mum as noe
Chronological tor This Day, forth Years
1001,1002,1003 and 1001.
Sunday, October 0, ISSL-Itcaolutlona
or respect paassd by the society of St.
Vincent do Paul to tho memory of Hip
lato Colonel John Walthall.
October!), lSe-A-DcathorMrs. Harriet
Klchardsonj preparations for torch-light
procession In honor nfWnsh Jones; news
of the mlclde of Frank I). Mcllollaiid,
near V llladamn, Mexico, rcrcl.ed: last
ay ot tiaptiii convention.
October 1). Issi.-Wcthllng of II. t .
suicide of the mulatto, Jlose Cralghlon.'
merco street. Just before' his marriage;
-McAllister for best acllngnnd singing
olkslosl; also a gold pin lo the best
v.mivdviu Bingcr, .MISS l aiiunc iNCW-
October ", 1S'l.-"Only a Woman's
fall meetings for Texas; Illshop Nerar.
.. Hum r.niiic i ass; Mineral or .100
.luiinermanii; V. . Slmnia return
rrom his Dakota ranch.
eflnlng the Duties of tho Board ot Rf
vision and Appeal.
lie It ordained br the Cltv Council i,r
the city of San Antonio:
sicTiov 1. mat tho Mayor and Tour
embera ofthe Cltr Council ahull run.
venoandalt aa a Hoard or Appeal and
Ilevlslon for at least live dava heron, iln.
completion of the assessments by Hie
Assessor of Taxes, to whom shall be
submitted the tax lists fur Ihelr luspeu-
luiicciion, equalization ami ap
proval. Said Hoard shall have power to
send for persona nndiapera and to have
Persons sworn and iiualliled to testirv- to
ascertain the value of property; and If
they are satlslled that properly Is ren
dered too high, they shall lower It to lis
proper value, nnil ir too low, they shall
raise tlio value ot such assessments lo
their proper value.
Sic. 2. In all casea where the Hoard
id Ilevlslon nnd Appeal shall lint! It Ihelr
duly lo raise the assessment of any per
son's properly. It shall bo their uuty lo
order the City Clerk to glvelho person
nmirii 11011,-0 who renuereu ine proper
ty Hint they desire to raise tho value of
the property rendered by him.
.1. it sunn Do I lie uiily or the
Hoard lo cause tho Cltv Clerk to i?lvi III
da) a' notice before their meeting by
ptibllcallon In some now .paper pub
lished In thu oily.
B..c. mo iiiiiciioi scollonu.or Chnp
ler M. of llevlsed Ordinances, aa la In
conlllct herewith, be, and tho same Is
i-asseu anil approved October Dili, ISSi.
I11IYAN CALLAGII AN,
K. P. Ci.vunov, Clly Clerk.
A board, In consist of .Major I'. I.,
bwn, Surgeon; First Lieutenant C. S.
Illaek, Assistant Surgeon, will convene
nt Fort Clark, Texas, on October 12, or
as soon Ihereafler as practicable, to ex
amine Into the quallllcatlons of Private
Fred I). Tillman, Troop F, Llghth oav-
alrj', lor appointment as hospital atew-
Itecrult "Frank Johnson, enlisted bv
the recruiting ollleer at Fort Clark,
Texas, Is assigned to Company K, Nine
liecrult Alfred Lafortune, enlisted by
Hie recruiting ollleer nt Fort llrown,
Texas, is assigned to Company i:, Nine
liecrult Ilelijauilu Strotonmp, re-en-listed
by the recruiting ollleer at Fort
llrown. Texas. Is assigned to Cnmnunv
G, Nineteenth Infantry.
1 110 commanding ollleer post or San
Alllonlo. Texas, will forward Private
Johanii Daub, Company II, Nineteenth
iniuniry, now ai mat post, to t ort King
A Ten Shootor.
W. M. Kills, a young dairyman, living
near the race track, was lined SM by
the Ilecordt-r this morning for carrying
a dangerous looking pistol, cap and ball,
1U shots, -li calibre. Ho went Into Al
bert Frledeilch's saloon, on South Flores
atreet, about 2 o'clock this morning and
demanded! a drink. The barkeeper, a
buy named Joe Hank, reuised, and Kills
then threw his pistol down on tho bov
and cocked It. and then demanded the
drink, threatening to shoot, If refused.
ine uoy men gave u 1 lit two drinks and
he left, and was arrested by Ollleer
ilohllnger n few minutes later In the
Hlack Klephant saloon, a fow doors
down the street.
It Is said he killed a man In Oakvllle
about a year ago with this Bamo pistol,
and Is a man who looks llko he wero nl
ways ready to shoot. He was a witness
In Hie late Corlcz murder casa and says
he la the only man who saw Sid Stan!
forth shoot himself.
A very pleasant surprise party was
given last night at the Koenlghelm resi
dence on South Flores street In honor of
Mlsa Jennie Koenlghelm, who Intenda
visiting relatives In the North. Among
the ladles and gentleman present wero
Sarah Landa, Cora Ilautn, Ilattlo
llaum, He mile Haiti', Helen Veltli, Jen
nie, Ilnirlct and Hannah Koenlghelm.
Harry llaum, Dan Mnrx, Sam I.ewin,
Abe Cohen, A, Slelnhardt, Aaron Frank,
II. Nadler, A, Koenlgsberger, A, Itaas,
Moso llaumblatt, Julius Zork, J. llaum,
Various games were played during
the evening, among which wns a very
Interesting game called "Love In the
Dark," The ladles caresaed the pen.
tleiuen In a dark room with sooty hands,
nnd when they apneored In the light, all
were a signi 10 oe remembered, Mr,
Dan Mnix was nartlcularlv- favored bv
the ladles, and could well have passed
If you need a now carpet.
10 pes. Ingrain carpets, Uu ots. per yard
10 pes. Ingrain carpets, -lOcts. per yard,
20 pes. Ingrain carpets, 50 cts. per yard
0 pes. llrusiels carpets, 70 cts. per yard
IW pea. matting, 'i cts, per yard.
10-0-tf. Haas it OiTE.Mits.UErt.
You onn'buv a handsome nresant for
your eweetbeart by calling on F. Sheets.
Tho most vopnlar cigarettes are tho
Uvcrarulls at popular price. tt
W W A STTTfW
SIMMS 8c SAMUELS,
BAWAWrTONTO. . . .
Thnrsflay, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, DctoTier 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Tlic i-n-nllix sciil. itKlnm. nl III coiiiiim iic- with harry Ihsiley's eoiiiedy
Little Katio Woodoll,
WlftV ALLEN AMD BESSIE
Rosalia Gravallin, . . . . In oporatic soloctions
iiMtiiTt iii'. .. . " t'Ar?iiit)r(iTtcnrjrritA
... ..nTl.5,iii..ir!STA R I N A H D "rYckLi'N UaTO.
MAY ALLEN, In Sorio-Comic Songs.
EYANS AND COYNE, lnWh.u.l.nfV,n,.ndD.nce..
NELLIE ALLEN, -" 'T"rTtr-(rril7'Qcn!'
EDWIN JOYCE, The Great Comedian, Vocalist and Dancer,
IiiHm- very latest wmirs. " Tlial s lllm ' "I'liinl Nolan's Hall, an.1 fatly llmwn."
BESSIE CARLETON, -In
Beautiful gems of song,
iilsslonor Mr. N.H. WIHIIIS. lo.Mlsn ANNlr. IIKW.Mlll,
1 II.MII.Hrt I.INWIll
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II-.-IUOII, Anpl.wonifn, Newslsivs, l:tc.
Ion I'erry, .New Vork. Nitlle nlul Ihn lolist
.inn,,,, nun n st-iie or lilsswi-.t
r his hh. Nan n-ruin Ihcillcr.
1, put his iiI,h-o out or the way.
il in Worlhlnatoii's h.uisoiiti I I I Hi
kiiiell. A dia k on Hn.l lllior. 'Hi
n tlio lookout Julia Is lliniwi
I. The hi
AND THE GREAT MELO DRAMA, JAKE LONG, OF TEXAS
This Esuiblishmtml Is'now Replete with All tho Novelties for tho
Fan and winter Season,
"all and Winter Silks and Satins
Can bo seen In Illaek and Colored, Plain anil llrooaded. Cassimercs (black
nnil colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, D'rss Plaids In single and double widths, and
EoyTrlmmlngs to stilt all Dress Goods.-rjft
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing the largest stock of
he haa nn endlesa variety and cannot be undersold.
Faii . and . Winter . Millinery
All tho latest Fall and Winter styles and makes of Ilonncls and Hats,
Osirleh Plumes, Tips, Itibbons nnd Trimmings will be found
there. Thla department Is tinder llrst-olass artistes,
who will please the tastes of nil.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling. Domestlo Prints, Glnghnms, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods i,r all kinds over teen In any dry goods house in Texas.
Kapeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
silks, nnd can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Ills stock or full und Winter Clothlna- la
bnu-es. In tho latest patterns, frlnoo
aw iuu slouk ui ui -
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
. I'la Vurnlturo Department la eo-nnleto with tlouaohoM Onoda, and lie will ault everybody
In this lino. Aiaonvolhcr irools wc ilnd flush Parlor bulla, Mulialr Parlor Hulls, Walnut and
Ash Hodinniti hulls. Wardrobe., l.'tidlra. llodr llrussela and Ingrain Carpets, ltuirs. Matting-.
Curtains, Window bhadtw, lite. Country ordirs tlllod promptly and aatlstaotloii iruarautood.
bond for suinpti.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street.
. . . Kd Joyce
In Serio-Comic Songs.
Iter skipping ropo songs and dacoss
CARLETON, In comic songs.
n His Great Specialty.
In Songs of tlio Day.
,-liidi. with tin. Ilnuimor
IN TUB PLAY.
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Nelllu AMI 11
hair a dollar
hires tl.r. rivi-r
uii liilothoitvt-r by the thieves fromtaboae. Her
mothi-r. Tlie reseue.1 woman given snelbrbeivcath
Tin- plrati-s on the Mf-iit. Tliey are folled-tfoaa;
d oirom to aid III Die st-un-h tor tho mrsslaa-ono.
iiiiiii. me nappy lovers. An attempi ui
McVltiMcii ircts In out ot the storta. Ho overhears
Iv or Ihlov.-Nlo . lurdcrl'liiirles LIhwikmI. rWnoS.
i.l. kMK-ki-t. The raise accusation, Scene 3. Homo
houi-. Tin- thli-r ntul the arlstK-rat. "I wantri
Monday Oct. 12.
Kid Gloves, Mils, I.ioes and Fancy floods
tlio larirest over brnuirht tnTnins. and r
Alla.rt. Cutaway. Frock and Hock Hulls.
miomi - u a curiu.uuur uooua.