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Dengue Feyer Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
The San Antonio Light.
CUAPANTEED. USE 1TI
Harry Baum & Co.
Volume V. Number 242.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
"Red Cross" Whiskey
,lnt liecelvcd: Tlie largest end llneat selected Hock of Hoys ninl
desire also cull special nltcnllon, that wb enrry Ilia most elegant lok of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our LailUs dress goods department every variety or the latest styles nnd
lntern enn lie see.). An Inspection Is asked by our lady oiistomers.
SMITH & CO.,
IsrccKfisoiti in w, ii.i smith
Fire, Marine $ Tornado Insurance
WIJ IIKPIIKSKNT Till: H)I.I.OWINll III'.I.IAIII.i: COMPANlnS:
Nnrtliarn A..nrnre Com
UnnimrrcUt Union As.tir
ImperlAl Fir. IiiMirmir
I'IiomiIk A..iirHiic Com p
pny, of i:iij1aiiiI
nrs Uiiiiur ' Knln
Joriiintirt .if i:iTElu.l ...
iipntiy, or ImRliltul . . . ,
DCoinimuynf North Am.rlc.
ii.urAnre Conimny, of llnrtfurit.
n.untnca U.iiiMiiy, of llrooklrn,
Over Rlsche's Cigar Store, 276 Coraraerco Street.
Main and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Cotuniiicnt t I) u tt n
J. H. MARQUART,
I have on hand live liundrcd of the following styles of line hand and home tn
goods: rriiice Allien i,tiu, iiieuiiuru i
Button Oxford Kid, and Newport tic Kid.
be sold at the reduced rate oi live uouur..
Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home nntl Hand Made. My stock Is superior to
any In the Htato. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to be
closed out at prices lower than iieretotore Known, lwsoueris iormonexiju
days. Call early and he convinced.
Flno Custom Work a Bpoolalty. No. 17 Solodadet. op. GourthouBO,
GEO. H. KAtUYEH, B.J.MUERMANI, W.E.JONEJ.
fitsiileni. secretary. Supl.
JL.lSL.mo Gement Cc
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cements, Cemont Walks and Grey Lime
Hydraulic Limo and Building I cone, also Uealors in Imported
itn.l Diimc.tlo Cements. White Uino, Hair, I'liiMoriind Chimney Hues. Our Cement Is usci
jRiverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Pasjongor Depot, on Austin Street.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors,
Wines and Cigars. Polite and attentive barkeepers. Everything first-class In
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor.
tITEO A competent
DRESSMSKINSMI.il M. II. Ilortnn, Fashion
uulo llroasiimker, corner llouiton and
N.niirro.lmt.. mulcHa tho luilronairo (if tlul
Biitlstuctlnii uiirruntcd In every par
liullm 1 )O0M TO BENT Next tnCntt.
J t ner or Nnvari
ipllrn lit aaloon,
VM. BERNDT, make
f oil klmla or i
y nm Vienna, Hokumc. etc. Orders
. promptly ulioil. Ml South Centre St. U-awm
US A, BEIMANN,
Q AH ANTOMO POULTRY YARDS No. 1176 North
1 1 t lort'K tt, ror saio now n nno lot or you
I'lviimiitli ltouk.Liirht Urn hum uml HutT nnt-l
fowls, Kirtrs and luwls of ahovo breeds always
on band atotuce, No. HoUwtiul Htreet,
Mfrtf A. It. Hl'ULBV.
i rates atthoLlubt JobDMce,
-1ITY ORDINANCES A few copies of tho Ho
Vj vised City Ordinances can bo had at tbo
III if lit oltlce. Cloth bindinjr, Jli papcrcovor,
SECOND-HAND COOKS boutrnt and sold at 8
Soledad itrect,opposlto courthouse.
i r a
Telephone Ho. 185.
ivfth bent accmn mulatto
"y !", ' ,.,
all oftliem low ijuater goods which will
'.in la Street. Winks anil Quarry near
103 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COR, VILUTA,
SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS.
Wo aro Wholoiale nnd ItetalJ Dealer In Austin
Whlto Lime. UcBt 1 1 rand s or Dark UuBcndale and
Imported English Portland Cements, Master of
Paris, and Long Gout Hair, and would ask rou to
call, or vrrlto us, for prices before purchasing1 olso
Pleaso incntlon-thls paper.
IMPORTANT If you dcslro city trade, adver
1 tlsolntho Llirht. tbo motit ircnorullir road
paper In the city.
RANTED Custom pauts tnakor,
i bnilth & Hon, ill West I'oiiiiucr
POUND NOTICC-Taken up, and In City Pound
1. on Monterey street, near Alazan creek, on
)r at -out the 6th day of October, lH83i One
1 1 row n cow, branded UH, and ear-marked
double bit In tho left and upper bit and under
slope In tliu rlirhti onu bay mate, branded a
Mexlitui brand; one blue bull, brandod half
circle II connected and ear marked upper half
crop In the leH and under slopo In tho r'ffht:
nno spotted heifer, branded LHO connected.
and bit In tho riff lit i
id below j one brown
irntv horse, branded u
nramied in o
j lean br
horse, branded a
It two black horses, branded
9 mousy borne, branded
with a ti
ud car-marked under half
con and tloubln bit off tho
crop la tho left
ve, and enr-inarkt'd bit In the left and
1 douldo bit i til ho rlpht, which will. If
not redeemed before
public auction to the hlfhcst bid
der, for cash at said nound. at the
hour of II o'clock a. in., on tho nth day of Oct
ober. 1HHA. N. It.-lilds less than the amount
fixed by ordluanco will not bo received for
any animal pui up at lueuon
Social Events of Saturday Even
The German-English Ball-Turner Annl-
vrsary-At the Casino, Turner Hall
and Jonas' Pavilion,
A titling ending of the German-Hug.
llsh fair at the Casino was the brilliant
ball given at that place last Saturday
night. The attendance during the even-
ng was very great, and the splendid
Moor was crowded with gay danoers
throughout the evening and until far af
ter 12 o'clock. The programme consis
ted of waltzes, polkas, military schot
ttacho and quadrille, with handsome
Harry us leader In the 'lerpslchoreau
revelry. The hall was graced during
the evening with crowds of beaulllul
young ladles, including these who had
during the past three days of the week
made the fair such a success by laboring
so faithfully, and who, this nlglit, reaped
tlieir rewarn uy tue pleasures auorueu
I he in In throwing oil all restraint and
being as gay and care-free as possible.
Many other ladles from among our best
society also attended and tripped the
Hour in the tigure or the dlUcreM
dances. All went merry as a morning
In liny with the birds singing. At Inter
vals during the dunces, -Mr. Albert
lleckmann officiated as auctioneer nnd
knocked down the few rcmalnlmr unsold
articles of the fair to the highest bidder
for cash. The inversion inns caused
was much relished by all. nnd the sale
caused a good deal ofatnusement.
inus enus one oi tue most siicccsauu
bazaars ever held In San Antonio. The
ladles deserve Illimitable praise for their
unseltlsh and noble work, nnd they claim
that the gentlemen must alto be reintm-
ucreu wiiu inanKs, lorsayiney innu
they say truly) where would the money
come from were It not for them? To
Mrs. lleckmann, the President of the
Ucrman-Kngliih I.udles' association,
who Is an enercetlo latlv ot 71) years,
especial thanks are due. She did her
worK laiimuuy, anu waa ine uepeimeu
upon of all dependents at the fair.
l'he anniversary ball given last Satur
day night at Turner hall to commemnio-
raie ine zuiu anniversary oi-uns now
wealthy and nourishing organization,
wns one of the most enluyable social
events that has occurred In the Alamo
city for r. long time. The hall was
ueuuiuuuy iiecoraieu lor me ocuhbiuu,
and these decorations were rendered all
the tnoro elleollve by contrast with the
inagnlllcent toilets worn by tlie beauti
ful ladles, who assembled with the gal
lant Turner boys to do honor to such an
Kloquent speeches were made during
the evening by Mr. II. J. Muucrmami,
the present President of the association,
by L. C. Urotbaus, Ksn., and by Mr.
The following programme of dances
was afterwards observed:
Order of danclnir I'olonalse (Waltz.)
Mauermann. itedowa, Xoschlug.
schottlsche, Kunge, Landers, Joske.
Polka, Schaefer. Varsouvlenne, lin
gers. Quadrille, Vollbreeht. Waltz,
Ulsselhorst. schottlsshe, hieine. Lan
ders, lleckmann. Waltz, Ladles. Ite
dowa, Wagner, Waltz, Kuehn. Var
souvlenne, llriam. Landers, Decker,
Schottlsche. Schorr. Itedown, MuAllls
ter. Quadrille, Urothaus, Waltz,
Itlsche. varsouvlenne, sciiunke. i.an
clers, Hock, l'olka, Deck, Waltz,
Ladles. Home. Sweet Home. Turner
The Intermission for supper was well
observed, and the entire comnanv par
took of a fine banquet prepared by .Mrs.
It. U. Nixon and her assistant-). Mrs
1'awly and the Misses Oracle and Annie
Nixon. All the dellcaoles of the season
were sutuilled In abundance, and tlie
oysters and fine collie were particular
features or mis resiai uouru. wuer 1110
supper the ladles and gentlemen re
turned to the hall and enuaced In danc
ing until nearly dawn of Sunday morn
Inir. The Klirhth Cavalry string and
reed band furnished the muslo for the
dancing, The following gentlemen to
whom credit for the success of the allalr
is due. formed tlie Committee of Ar
rangements: Emll Kuehn, Chairman;
Messrs. Jf. flecker, A. imam, jr., b,
Schorr and William McAllister.
Amonir the ladles and irentlenien pres
ent, the Lioht reporter noted a few as
Mr. C. I. Helms, Miss Julia Hacnel,
Grorire Wauner and wife. 11. Young-
becker, William Scnunke, A. Joske, Ml is
J. Scbunke. Joe lleckman. U. Klelne.
Hen Mauerman, Ch. ltunge, Harry Fow
ler, I'rof. C. Deck, Miss Marie Lacoste,
itlcbard Wagner, Miss Uletsch, Miss
iv agner, utto liergsirom anu inoiner,
air. uray anu aiiss liergsirom, r.u i-utie-wltz.
Mlss McAllister. Louis Fries
Luclen Lacoste and sister, Udo Ithodlus
and wife. L. (J. urotnaus anu wile
Julius Horn and sister. U. Urlesenbeck,
Miss llerlha llaer, W. -McAllister ami
sister, it. voiurecnr, sitter anu .uiss
Kmma Horn. Nato Villareal and lady.
W. Maurer, MIssT. Ueussen, A. Muegge
and sister, and otners.
HUNSKT HOSE CO.Ml'INV.
The third grand ball given by the
Sunset Hose company took place at
Jonas' garden Saturday night. A very
larire crowd was present to assist the
young firemen to properly enjoy their
festivity, anu many ueautuut mutes
graceu ine oacasion oy ineir presence.
The ball was beautifully festooned with
the national colors of America and Ger
many, with the ham of Ureen l.rln
cuiiTlnir a conspicuous place.
IlinMni, M, n . harrun II nlnnV tin.1
Mr. James Speers led the grand march.
The following order of dancing was
March, to San Antonio Fire Depart
raent. led by James Speers: Waltz, to
Our Sweethearts; Quadrille, to Chief
Duerler; waltz, to uur Assistant Chler;
Schottlsche, to Our Foreman; l'olka, to
Sunset Hose Company; Quadrille, to
Our Assistant Foreman; March and
Waltz; Quadrille, to l'eter Jonas, Sr,
Varsouvlenne, Our Lady Friend.
Waltz, Ladles' Choice; Lanelvrs, to On
Hecelitlon Committee: Dan 'lucker. t
Sunset llallroad JUiys; Military Scot
tlsche, Irish-American Association; lied
owa, to Our Secretarj; Waltz, Commit
tee ol Arrangements: Quadrille: Glide
to Fourth Ward Hose Company; Home,
Sweet Home, good night to all.
The various committees having charge
or ine auair were composed or the tot
Floor Managers John McCormlck
Peter Jonas. Jr.. II. W. Hitter. Sr.. Al
bert Jacobs, Phillip Manger, Sr., W,
Committee on Arrangements John
Cavanaugh, Albert Jacobs, Peter Jonas,
Coming From Church.
A laughable Incident occurred on th.
Sunset railroad Irack yesterday after
noon betuccn a man and his wife. They
had apparently been to church, and
were returning and walked np Hie track
towards their home, some words were
passed between them, and suddenly the
man snatched an umbrella carried by
tho wife of his bosom and playfully
resented her nlluslons by knocking her
down. This did not daunt tho lady's
urago an lilt, for she returned tlieso
arks of affection meted out toiler by
her llego lord by Jumping to her feet,
and managed In get the umbrella away
from the man, she then belabored him
soundly, making hlui walk towards
home. No police were present, and the
antes of tho parties could not bo ob
tained from any of the bystanders.
.Mr. Sieve Ilaker, of the City brewery,
the loss ol his pet deer. This gcntlo
animal was tied to n tree hard by the
ver's bank, and for some time past has
spent a sportive and tranquil existence.
On Saturday, Mr. ilaker discovered the
ily of his pet being washed by the
owing waters ofthe river and by the
rotrudlng tongue It wns evident that
in poor animal Had Hanged Itseir,
llher the deer went Into tho water to
eneh Its thirst, or It committed suicide
not being nlloued to drink city beer.
r. Ilaker has prepared a suitable grave.
anil tho oli.enules of Hie animal will
take place this allernoon.
Harry Thornton, carrying a pistol, con-
Alice Smith, quarreling and lighting,
Fannie Olilon, quarreling and fighting,
Jesus W renla, drunk, .1.
.11 m Hampton, drunk, $..
elf Luwarus, drunk,
A. Grombcrg, drunk, JO.
Oeorgoi Weber, (IrunkS-.'i.
McNeil, drunk. S3.
Vicente Pechaca, drunk, $5,
llafael Gertos, drunk, $.".
Nlo Dainken. healing and striking.
Jim ilalley, striking Victor Juarez
with a stone, 5.
Julian Salas, drunk, $3.
Bias Delgado, drunk, $."i.
I.uclo Sanchez, drunk, $3.
Rudolph Schneider, disturbing the
tiace and quiet of Tom Aisbury, con
nued Pclajla, drunk, $3. "
Hit Hor With a Flatlron.
Officer Summers last Saturday night
arrested Alice Smith and Fannie Olders,
colored females, on East street, for
quarreling and lighting. Fannie, It
sevms, from the evidence, went Into
Alice's house while Alice wns Ironing
some clothes and dunned her for 10 cents
sho owed her, A quarrel ensued, which
nally led to a tight. In which Alice
threw one of her hut llatlrons at Fan-
le's head, and the hissing miss le land
ed In Fanule's haek. Fannie then pru-
enuy retreated, nnu uotu were ar
More of Them.
Mure water mains are going down on
North San Saba street, and more lire dy-
drnnts at $30 a year. Why don't the
,u y council turn i no city treasury
iter to tho Water Works company, and
also u full mortgage on all the property?
Then the Aldermen could look to It for
The Liqiit will each week publish the
sermon of some minister of the city
churches, nnd on to-morrow will give
ne sermon ueiivereu oy nr. J-., u. bcmi
der, of the Madison Square Presbyterian
cuurcn, on aunuay morning.
At an eleotlon of officers of the Madi
son Square Presbyterian church yester
day, Messrs. Major I). N. Hash. A.J. II.
ivuuey ami ijicuienani jonn r.. jivers
were cnoscn to nil tuiise positions
No Court To-day.
Max NeuemlorfTs case came up for
trial this morning, hut owing to the ab
sence of Jurors, court adjourned until
lo-morrnw morning, no justness or any
cuaraoier ueing transacted iouay.
Ileported oxpre.sly for tlio I.iaiir by y. 8
Floyd ci.,81 gnleihul slreeti
NfcW VollK. October h! -Spot., qui"!
1 I. f
r, v.;:!l'.i.;ii NoK-inlii-r,
er, ll.,-'u.l.?l; .lilliuary. n.
March. Ill l.lftltl (:
rll 1(1. ITSc 10. 1 ( : May. 10 irMitu.il: June, to:,
UlD.IU; July, 10.11'a.iU.l'J: Aluru.t, MSiAiWX,
ru (letntier -!.-Snota. ilull! mil!
, atil Orleans, AVI. Hales, ,(," hales
iry, 5 22.
, (ictober in.
Chicago, Octoher 1
ember, Kl'.o Corn,
. G.W'i. ttecelpu, Win
soil hu.liels: Col
The Increase of Water Rates.
In less lhan seven years the city of
ban Antonio has paid the Water Works
company the sum of $ 17,823 M. Of this
sum $K;sS:i 03 was for the IS months
preceding July 31, 185; f 0,778 9 si nee
from January 8 to July 41, 1SS5 It needs
not-atrry close observer to note tho
frightful percentage of Increase, and
shou'd this continue few jears It
wouiu uo oesi togive ine w aier works
company n warranty deed on tec entire
Coma for Barotitis
To the auction sale on Wednesday, Oc
tober II, at 11 o'clock, a. m No, 320
Market street, consisting ef the entire
New Orleans bakery, horseB, bread,
cans, bread wagon, harness, stable and
2t IIihack & Nfavion,
U you need a new carpet.
10 pes. Ingrain carpels, 30 eta. per yard,
10 pes. Ingrain carpets, 40 cts. per yard.
20 pes. Ingrain carpels, 60 ct. per yard,
20 pes. Ilrussels carpets, 73 cts. per yard.
30 pes. matting, 25 cts. per yard.
10-C-tf. JUASi & OlTESllEIJItlt,
I'ortlio Lioht 1
A Poetical Apostrophe Upon the Fall
Hall Autumn! Padlngnaltire'ssombrc
queen with yellow hair and nut brim n
polonaise, negrcet thee! With thy In
coming go the plo nln days; leaving but
nnging memories of ureen woods, clear.
bubbling streams and fish that wouldn't
bite. Tho linen duster, which whilom
did Haunt Its folds voluminous on every
reeze, now bangs disconsolate In closets
dark, while mice do den In the palmotto
hat that cost live dollars which amount
s long past due as shown by statement
rendered last July, Ico cream, that foo
of health and pocket change, and
lemonade which thins the gastric Juice,
yield their long sway to bivalves and
i'hou takest many tilings, O autumn
ne, that gave US Joy, and- brlngcst
thers in their stead that bode no good.
i'ls thine to bring the fever called den
gue, that breaker of the bones ol human
kind, presaging still more deep and dire
assaults of grim sciatica and Intercostal
hroes. Malaria follows In tho melon's
wake, and ague treadson the cucumber's
heels, while dootors laugh and roll their
Ills In glee. O. season of the fa llnir leaf
and nut, when pumpkins and uromltorv
nolcs get rlpe,we greet thee In the chilly
evening tlmu and sigh to think what
overcoats are wortli and what the price
of wood may haply tie.
The piping quail no longer Inonbates,
uui ciinuiB us soio on too weed-grown
fence and looks askanco upon tho small
boj's trap. 'Tnould belter look upon a
plecuof toast, but whnc.an .taml tlm rnh
olsuch expense when high protection
innu sua nsinue eacu winter sun, nnu
.win nnu uerry cubib iwo uiis a giassr
neueaiii my reign, u rail, Ibe operatic
t begins bis winter muim with
eclaw," clawing his rival melodist
bait, disseminating fur and cuticle
in ine cum ntgut air amid tho clash
many a mlssllfi sent ntluvnrr tlii.
back yard fence. Tho sly opossum
neath the silent stars steals forth and
drags a pullet to his den, while
tne good watch dog valued at
lllty dollars sneaks oir to kill
himself a sheep or bays tlie midnight
moun with deep, sonorous bay, waking
inn iiciKiiuouiooii irom pieasaui urenms.
Lrged by the chilly days and chillier
nights and by his better fraction, now
the good man lays aside his morning pa-
ier toput up the stove, but quits ids
ask half done with soot and tunliltilled
abrasions on ids hands,and consciousness
of having said ra-ih things, and kicks
the dog to give Ids feelings vent. The
iiiiuer oi a lamuy measures now bis boys
ioi miner uuuis. ami grown nt tne ex
pense, and wonders why boys' boots are
notof boiler Iron made, 'lis now I he
country merchant, sly and cute, climbs
on his high top shelve and reaches down
his new fall goods, brushes the dust
therefrom with greatest care, hides out
while and says he has been F.ast.
0 1 sober season of tho enultioi. divid
ing summer's heat and winter's snows,
thou teest the death of many a vision.
all too fair, lllrds Ily away, bright flow
ers fade and die, leaving the earth all
urown aim sere, wnere erstwfille
bloomed the rose and buttercup. The
gaudy circus poster also fades and falls
away piecemeal, displaying gloomy
strips of naked wall and dislocated
limbs or man and beast where yester
night in perfect order stood glgantlo
hippopotami, horned horses, ulantt.
dwarfs from Lllllput, and various other
things the circus never had, save on the
Illusions Ithese summer Illusions, all.
deceptive as a church-sunuer oyster-
buuji, nun iieeung as a scnooiuoy s
dreHm of love, vanishing beneath thy
leaden skies, Ol autumn time! leaving
the sons of men oppressed with gloomy
uiouunis una unpaid store accounts.
Chronological for This Day, for the Years
1001,1002,1003 and 1034.
October II. 1SS1. Trial of Illegal
voters from St. lied wig before the federal
court Wood Thornton got twenty
seven cents for his clip of wool..., W
II. II. Murray (Adirondack) starts In
company with W.J, Locko to the Texas
mountains. ...Gus. Williams tbecommc-
October 12. 1SSL Gamblers In Judge
Noonan'8 court get a touoh up. ...II. J
Plclearz of Medina county receives
emigrants anu urst teams or (tie death
of his father, the llurgomaster at Dues
seldorf . . . .Complimentary performance.
at Turner Hall.,.. A visitor at Hermann
Helllgman's residence.,,. S. A. Opera
Club reorganized.... Return of Lorenzo
(.astro from tue interior or Mexico. .
Prof. Houzeau tho Belgian astronome
has his Instruments In position on
government hill. ...Billiard match be.
tween L. L. Magnus and II. L. Klchard
son. October II, 1882-Organlzatlon of the
san Antonio "uerinan" club,
Ootober 12, 1882-Oerman-F.ngllsli fal
opened, and was a success. ...Grand
concert at nan Pedro springs,
Ootober 11, 1883 Texas Medical asso
ciation In session. ...K. O. Tatum goes
ou a vacation trip..,. Meeting or "lie
porters' Prize" committee, without re
suit . . . ."Les Cloches do Cornevllle" an
nounced at Turner hall.,.. K. P. endow
ment ltank Instituted... .Herr Lasker
October 12, 1SS3. Luther-fest at New
iraunieis....ieain or a. u. uaiuwell
uotober 12, 18I. lien Mauermann re
turns from Galveston. ...Harlow A Wil
son's minstrels at Turner ball... .Fisher
stechen at New llraunfels nnd first In
troduction of Ixue Star beer In that
burg: Governor Ireland in attendance.
October 13. 1881. First appp arance of
me iiunieu nnignt.. lint uosllng
speaks 10 a large audience on tue ptaza
'1 lie Fashion theatre to-night oilers Its
patrons an entirely fresh programme,
The following new appearances will
present themselves: Miss Mollie ltany,
in songs anu uances and a skipping rope
Jig: Miss Vlrgle Jackson and Miss Mona
Valade. song and danca artlstn. John
and Lou Ilaker will give their Dutch
sketch entitled "Fritz Had Luck," and
Carroll and ltany, well-known song and
iiauco arusia, n ut give ineir uuriesqu
'-Going Hack to Arkansaw To-morrow J
The strong drama entitled "Jaok-Lcng,
of Texas," will also be produced.
SIMMS & SAMUELS,
0Daj, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 12, 13, and 14, 1885.
rk., (lie Ijiw) e
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, In Sana,
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON, -
EDWIN JOYCV, in lils groat
Miss MONA VALADE, - - Tlio
',;. THE BAKERS, ''irffilnittted FR1T-Z' BAD LUGK
i: It T I - It I".. ... I'ASIIION OIlCIIEiTUA
llie CARROLL AND BARRY, ""dim
unit mititr and dant i nriutu, In tin ir un iilenl ereatlon, "(Jolntr to Arkamaw To-Motrofr.
ss MOLLIE BARRY,
iss VIRGIE JACKSON
IjllllllillUe inlilnlKUtl Sketch,
CARROLL, BARRY and JOYCE.
iss LOU BAKER, Tho bost lady tamborino soloist in tho world,
iss MONA VALADE, - - Tho dashing sorio comic songstress
tellttitf'a entertainment will eoiii-lu.lu with tho great nioto-tlrntna, 111 3 acts, entitled
Jack Long, of Texas.
tor . John Hurry
lie J. Mill hell
ii r lion .Martua
ltfirii tutors, oiithtws,
Ait I. PiuiNTiru STTf t m kii , Ti-m .
irlse -The "lliiri.i-1 hie, en" uml In unlBli,i
eil-llonler .V.iteliiiinklliv-Tin Ihri-nla
iiNiiiiiK-iirouii i. i in, r nno a -in) .i.-a.irr lliiui
lion-'l he fjl.l hutllne 'f
ilt tlie llai-kirniiiiela Tin- I Iiiihi
he Wonderful Til Pan Fields
This Estobliahment Is now Replete with A11 tho Novelties for tho
Fall nnd Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In Black and Colored, Plain and Hrooaded. Cassuneres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In nil colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, Dress Plaids In single and double widths, and
tQj-Trlmmlnga to suit all Dress Goods.Tj3a
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing tlie largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mils, Laoea and Fancy Good!
for Ijullna nnd Children nver hrnnirlil tc. nor rMv ' In silt un.i..' ""uu"
he has an endless variety
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latsst Fall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Itlhbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under first-class artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Towellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
nels and Hosier-. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods or all kinds over seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Lspeclal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks, and can he also give the greatest bargains In
(III Hock of Pali and Wln'er Clottilnir
unices, m tuo latest iiatloriM, l'rlnco Albert. Cutaway. Frock and Back Units.
A very luriro ami oi.iiit.leto stock ot Ladles'. Misses'. Men's and Hoys'
. .1!',!' Mrnl',,ro "eiMirtmont la oompleto with llou.ohnM Goods, an 1 he will suit everybody
In th J I no. Ainuiuf olU-.r iroods wo tind Plush Part r Suits. Mohair Purjor Bulti, WilnutanS
Ash .lli-lTOim Hulls. Wardrobes, Ctnlrs. ll.Hy HriM.ols and lnrain Uarpots, ltuirs. Ktlni?
Curtains, Window Shades, Uto. Country ordors ailed m-omutty nnd attaVaotldi TJiiiir.i.iir-V
Main Plaza and Acequia Street.
Neat Job Printing
AE THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
i with l.arry Iwley's sketch,
Dances anil Skipping Ropo lig.
-"- - Tho pleasing songstress.
characior of tho Poor Old Maid,
charming sons and danco artist.
In serio-comic songs.
In his original specialty.
In beautiful songs.
CHAS. E. EMMETT
etc, by the company.
w Uli ill.tiiut Views or the Itnlllnv Pratrle, by
1 ho Ni-ier mlu Hln.t Tim VHiikpn Tr.i.l. V
Man, I In. eloleii Mi M 'fho llarlK-clio, and
ti. , -.ilt.lvtiieut or Mpilru Lynen llm nag-
Ti Nhiiih l..cape I'atnl ,1 lloek -lin th
lusi Hope Wreikel-Tlio f hot In llm lijo Tte
will Appear October 26, 1885.
aud cannot be un icrsold.
Linens, Cotton Goods,
Shoes' and Hats
is tlio larirost over brnuirht in tt. nn.inm
or etetsoti Bolt and Btltr 1 1 an.