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.Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V.-Number 24-3.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
'Red Cross" Whiskey
Just Received : The largest nnd
ATITrniA I I
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We dedro nlso rnll rpeclnl iittciitlon. tint we curry llio most elegant stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In cuir I.ndlea dress Rood, department every vnrlcty of the Intent styles nnd
pnterna enn be see.i. An Inflection In niked liy our Indy oustoniers.
SMITH & CO.,
lurrcrmon t i w. ii..imitii1
Fire, IVIarine $ Tornado Insurance
wi: itKi'itiyiiNTTiu: tiu.un.iNt) ni:i.tAiii.n ttiMfANins:
Northern .t ..iirn'irn Cninpin;, f Kimtuml AmM, Wll.SKO.miO
I'ommrrclBl llnloiiAs.uranre Uniiipnny, of KiiKtind ' 10,KO,4S3
Imperial Kir, lii.uraoce Company, or Kniflm,,! " H, 787,000
r,ftiiCA.Mre'tn.urnuc0 t'omprtiiy, of digliinil " 0SlH,3H:t
riicniii.aiinimcoinimir, ur i:iiisiiit '.. " n.niu.noH
lnur.ince Company ot Norlli Ain-rlo, of I'lilLiilutpliln V,07I,IIU0
riiimiU In.uruueii Company, or llarlf.ml, limn 4,4311,0111
I'linMilx llmimnre Uomp my, of llrnokljii. N V " 3,7411,030
.tm.rlrii Central In. urine Company, of 1 1, I.oiil., Mo I.IHll.ml
Over Rlsche's Cigar Store, 276 Commerce
Main and Military Plans, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN. JR., PROPRIETOR,
Convenient to tuiln
J. H. HARQUART,
BOOT ail SHOE
I hntn on lintid tire Imndred orthe fi.lt w In v: atylea of line linnd mill homo 1111.1I0
goods: Prince Albert Onlf, the Oxfurd 'I le, lino Cnlf low quuter Strap Tic, Tliree
Rutton Oxford Kill, and Newport tie Kid. nil of tlirm low (juuter gooda which will
bo aold nt the reduced rntu of llvo ilullurn per pair.
Will aell you 11 Hoot or Shoo Home nnd Hand .Made. My Mock Is superior to
any In the Stnto. Ten thousand dollurf worth of ready hnnd innile goods to bo
cloned out at prices lower than heretofore known. Tills oiler la for this next TO
days. Call early and ho convinced.
Fine Ountom Work a Bpoolalty. No. 1 7 Solecliid St. op. Courthouno.
Gin. H. KALTEYEn,
JiJl.ei.-mo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Cemo its, Cement Walks and Groy Lime
Hydraulic Lime and Building Stone, also Dealers in Imported
unit Doiiie.tlo Cements, White I.Jmn, llnlr, PI i.lrr mid Chimney Flues. Our Cement la used
In ItiuOinntruc-tlim or lln' New EttiitoCiipltol.
trilflleouiul Warehouses, Nua.aiT and So I Aeo'iuln Ruct. Works nnd Quurry near
liniilof Hit or.
.Rivers.de Cafe Restaurants
Bcliolz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
y-I.unch anil Meals at all hours. Everything served In Flrat-Cla's Style,
Fnllto waiter' In attendance. 7-2S-Cm
LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tho Passenger Depot, on Austin Stroot.
Constantly on hnnd. a good supply of
Wines nnd Cigars, Polite and attentive
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor.
DKESSMAKING-MIdsM. K. Hortoit. Kaihlun.
nblo IJriiimKtr. corner Huiuton ft ml
fatiifuctloii wmrunttHl In t
xDiiunsuiupatrnniiKO ur mo
pUOM TO RENT-Niitti('iHtHiroiHMin,cor-
of nil Ulnds of situ
promptly llUctl. 'AM Houth U ntie M. tK.".Hiiii
US. A. REIMANn,
Oontiactor und llullder,
21a Camuriro si reet
land Hull Cochin
BOOK BINDING AND RULING itonuat the lowest
rates at the Llirbt Job lllllco.
pITY ORDWANCIS-A few copies of thello
QtfOND.IIANO BOOKS bouicht and sold at I
puiuuuu siruei,uppusiie uouruiou
finest selected flock of Hoys unci
Telephone No. 185.
r, with licat accommodation,
f.w. McAllister &bro.
20t, 20) AND 205 S. AUMO T.. COR. VIlllTA,
SAN ANTONIO, TKXA1.
We aro Wholesale anil Itctall Dealers In Austin
While Umc, llest Ilranils or llurk lioscmlulo anil
Importeit r.iurll.h Portland Cements, Plaster of
Parts, anil Long- Goat llulr, and would ask vuu to
call, or write us, Tor prices boforo purchasing-else
where. Please mention this paper.
Flno Imported nnd Domestic Liquors,
barkeepers. Everything llrat-clnss In
IMPORTANT-tr jou ilcslro city trade, adve
1 tlsolntho Light, tho most irenerully rea
paper In ttioeity.
pants maker. Call at
MOUND NOTICE-Takim up, and In City Pound
I. on .Monterey street, near Aliuun creek, on
ur alKiut tho tth day of October, liw.1i Ono
brown cow, branded Ult, and kui-umrkcd
double bit In tho lott nnd m.iu.r 1,1. .,.
slope In llio rlii lit; 0110 buy mare, branded 11
Mexican brands one blue bull, branded half
elrcloll connected and ear-marked upper half
op in 1110 0 1 una under slopo In tho rlirhti
110 siKitleil heifer, branded 1.110 coiineeleil!
mid bit In tho rbrhti ono red cow and calf.
niuime.i ui nur iuk)vo and below; one brown
mui e. branded III ouo is ray horse, branded a
Moilcan biundi two black horses, branded
J oi cun brundsi ono mousy horse, branded a
with a bar iiIk e, and cut-marked under hulf
crop lu tho left tuid crop und iloublo bit off tlio
bar uIhii e, and eur-iuiirkeil bit 111 the left and
crop und doublo bit olllho rlalit, which III, ir
not redeemed before sale, ho sold at
public auction to tho hlnliest bid
x ...,r. .cash at suld pound, at tho
!!i'rr ifJJ " 'k "Ih day of Oct
SiSfl 1 $ "--Ulas less than tho umount
L'JS'l.l,r'"V1"1.'1"co ,l0t be reoehed for
tl-awt l'uii, BuAii'uKiM, Marshal
Frodoriok 0, Haucison, City Col
lector of Taxes.
His Early History Marriage and Arrival
In Ttiat -Army Record, and Private
and Official Life, c.
Ur, Frederick C llnuelseii, the pres.
ent City Collector of Taxes, was horn In
Waldeiiburir, Ih the kingdom of H'urlcin-
burif, Uermnny, December 21, IH.IS, and
Is consequently In his 17th year, al
though In appearance he Is not more
thnn 38, as he Is In perfect health with
not yet a gray hair, and quick and spry
In tils movements. He emigrated from
Jermnny with his parents, arrlvine; In
New York City In 1M1, where ho lived
flte years, and at the age of IS struck
out for himself, KoInK west tofirowup
with the country, tor several tears he
led n wandering life, llndlii(t employment
In Indianapolis, HI. Louis, Chicago, and
many other Places, nnd tlnallr wns mar
ried In Kvansvllle, Indiana, May II. IMai.
and left next morning with his lirhlo for
the then distant anil nlmost unknown
Southwest Texas, coming direct to San
Antonio, which has since been his home,
and of which he has always been a prom
inent citizen, ready to do all In his
power to advance Its Interests.
He entered the Confederate army May
13, IN2, enlisting In Company II, com
manded by Captain S. O. Newton, of the'
mini texas inianiry, ucnerni n, r,
Ilee, tho present Slate Commissioner of
Insurance, being the Colonel. He served
with his company at Ilrownsvllle, (ial
veston and other nortlons of the Trans.
Mississippi Department, and was ills
charged at Camp I.ubbock Springs, In
IbtJI, returning to this city, where he
soon entered the l'ostolllce aa clerk
under K. C. Dewey, where he remained
contlnuoualy until ahortly after Mr. 14.
1'. Uambla'a appointment as I'oetiuuster,
and thus became personally acquainted
wiiu me majority oi ine citizens orsan
Antonio. In 1BTU he waa made a Denulv
Sheriff under II. I). Harnett, and served
In the Tax Collector's department of
that olllce. the Sherlll then being nlso
Collector of Taxes. In this employ-
He then became lessee of Turner hall.
of which society he has ever been
ii prominent and popular member. On
several occasions he tilled the position
of City Tax Collector under Mr. Julius
lloyer tviillu mat gentleman was either
sick or absent. In lf-K) he was elected
to tho olllce by the people, Mr. lloyer
declining to be a candidate. In.lanuary
last he waa again elected for Collector
br the small ma orlty of seven votes.
bis opponent being Mr. Krneat ltlsohe,
aiso a uerinnn, ine nominee ot t lie reg
ular Democratic nartv. and one f the
best known and popular citlens of this
so nigner compliment coulil be paid
Mr. Haiielsen than that he successfully
tills the place of his predecessor. Mr.
Julliia lloyer, than whom no more pop
ular olllcer ever held position In San
Antonio, and against whom none could
be found willing to run In the elections.
There Is a singular lnoldent connected
with the present City Collector and As
sessor. While In New York, Mr. Hauel
aen, who Is a printer by trade, worked
In the olllce of Oberland it Mer, and in
the book-store connected with the es
tablishment he often met nnd tn Iked to
ono of the clerks. Muny years afler-
warus inese two men met in Ibis city
nnd, recognized each other, begun talk
lug of old limes In New York. Thev
were Frederick C. Hauelsen. Cltv Col
lector, and Oustav Krasch, City As-
'I tils Tuesday morning, from con
sumption, at the Santn Horn hospital,
Win. II, Neill, aged 42 years. The de
ceased wns n printer by trade, and for
the past two years wna an employe of
the I.ioiiT olllce. Ills health broke com
pletely about lire months ago, nnd since
that time Ida decline unto death was
sura and rapid. Aa a printer he waa
thorough nnd pnlnstnklng, and pos
sessed a mind that waa vigorous and
bright. He waa n member of the San
Antonio Typographical Union, and waa
well and favorably known on all tho
large papera of the Slate, denial nnd
kind-hearted, he was kinder toothers
thnn he waa to himself, nnd mnde
friends with nil whom he met. nnd his
death will be regretted by all who knew
The news hna also been received of
the death of Joseph Marold. who died
at Fort Smith, Aik., on Sunday lost.
Mr. Marold wna also n printer, and for
merly worked In the l.toirr olllce. He
wns also a resident of tho city nnd n
member of the San Antonio Typograph
ical Union; wns one of the most accom
plished printers In the city, and was
liked by all. He leaves a mother and
atsterand many acquaintances to mourn
1'eace to their ashes.
Under Instructions from the division
commander. Captain II. W. Sprolo,
Klghth cavalry, now In this city, will
proceed to Join Ida troop at Fairvlew,
N. M. The travel la neceseary for the
Under Instructions from the division
commander, Flrst-I.leutenant S. W,
Fountain, Eighth cavalry, now nt the
post of Sati Antonio, will proceed to
join hla troop nt Alma, N. M. The
travel Is necessary for the publio ser
vice. Second Lieutenant A. MeC. Guard,
Acting Assistant Quartermaster at
Camp Del Itlo, Texas. Is authorized to
send hr express tn Ihn ARBlmnnl 'I'r.n.
urer of the United States, at New Or
leans, I.a., $132 2u, publio filiiils.
Recruit Jamea L.St. John, enlisted by
the recruiting olllcer at San Antonio, la
assigned to Troop F, Klghth cavalry.
Kecrult James Qulnn, enlisted by the
recruiting olllcer nt Fort Davis, la aa
signed to Troop E, Third cavalry.
A Miracle Defined.
I'retty Teucher-Now, Johnny Wells,
oan you tell me what la meant by a mir
acle? Johnny Yes, teacher; mother saye It
you don't marry the new paraon It will
be a miracle.
Teacher You may alt down. Hen
Tho most popular olgatettes are the
Operal'ulla at popular prlco. tl
Ho Pleads Not Guilty to tlio
Oliargos Against Him.
The "Testimony oflThad W. Smith, and
Juan Del Darrera, Who Qett Very
Confused as to Hit Signatures.
In the District court this morning, tlio
case of the Stale or Texas vs. .Max
Neuendorrr, came up for trial. The of
fence which the defendant Isjcharged til
ing malfeasance In olllce, and the plain
till seeks to remove hlui. The defend
ant, through his nttorneys, Messrs,
Ilrennemnn A Ilergstrnm, Hon. J, II.
Mcl.enry nnd M. (1. Anderson, F.sq., de
nied the allegations pleading not guilty.
The first witness called for the Slate, of
which there were 10, was;
'I had W, Smith, the County Clerk, de
posed as follows t I know the defend
ant, he occupied the position of Justice
of the Peace, Precinct No, 1. lteport
produced was a quarterly report for
July, tiled In olllce on August 12th, also
n supplemented report tiled later. The
County Commissioners were In session
on the second Mondny In August, tho
regular term before that wna May, the
regular terms occur on February
7lh, May, August and Notcmhcr
the reports produced were filed by de
fendant, IDIttrlct Attorney Paschal
then read the reports above mentioned to
thejuryl Nu oilier reports wire tiled
In my olllce for Hint quarter by defend
ant. The report produced has no signature.
Max Neuendorf!' was called to prove
that the books Introduced ns evldenco
were the civil and criminal dockets of
Justice of the Pence, Precinct No. 1, nnd
that these dockets were In Ida hand
writing. Anton Adntii, Justice of the Pence,
testlileil that the report mentioned In
the evidence of the llrst witness wua
attorn to before him; he could not recol
lect whether ho elgned It or not.
Junn dn la llnrrern deposed that he
lived on Prcsa street. Did not think hu
had ever made more thnn two ntlldavlta
In defendant's court when he told him
he would pay witness $1 50 In ench ense.
He was at the olllce on a Satur
day evening and spoke to hlui and to
Jesus Itodrlgtie.. Defendant told him
he would give him SI. SO to make alll
davlta against two courtesnna. Ha nt
llrst demurred, hut acceded iillerwnrds,
and defenilnnt gate him about $5 ns a
Nineteen allldavlla were shown wit
ness, twelve or which he admitted sign
ing. Defendant llrst spoka to witness at his
olllce. I do not know what the money
wns paid for. I know nothing of the
women mimed In those nllhhivlts.
Cross-uxntulnntlon About the time
the allldavlla were made hu wna work
ing fur the Street Coinmlsrloiier. Jesus
liodrlguez and witness had no arrange
ment between them. He brought a big
list to defendant, llolleved Jesus lti.il
riguez. wrote the list, but could nut say
positively. Defenilnnt only gave him
?.". Forgot what ilum his birthday ttns
on. No ono wns present when he
signed ullldnvlts except defendant and
himself, 'lite seven nllldsvits shown to
hlui were not signed by him; could not
ait car positively. Antonio Perez wrote
some of the ; saw hlui writing; caught
hlui three oroiirtlmeawrltlngwltneia'a
name, Junn lie la ll irrera.
It was very evident In the crosa-exam-Ihntlon
that witness could barely rend
or write. From examination of tlio alll
davlla In question, the signatures all
appeared to belli thusame handwriting.
Wllness afterward admitted that Jesus
liodriguez and Antonio Perez made lilm
sign them. Ho did not recollect being
at Judge Neueiidurtrs when Krenipknu
wns there and a conversation about pay
was had; knew C.A.Francois, but did
not make any aflldavlt against him In
Itedlrect. Wns norklngfor the Street
Commissioner about four months before
these ullldnvlts tvero made, Antonio
Perez and Jesus liodriguez were around
the ollico nil the time. He was not
sworn to any of the ullldatlts. It was
the Judge who pnld him.
The court ndjoiirncd nt this point
until 3 o'clock.
City Detective W. II. Mnrtlnniadu the
arrest last night at the clrcua ticket
wagon, of a little negro boy who gave
tho name of Wiley Johnson, and it young
white man who gave tho nnmo of Fred
Wlnsett, nnd who claimed to be n guard
to the ticket wagon on behalf of the cir
cus. Olllcer Martin Inst night watched
these two worthless beings, satisfied
that their notions were auspicious, to
say tho least. The boy Wiley, had
crawled under the ticket wagon, Just
below where tho tickets were being sold,
and was trying to pick the pockets of
parties who came up to buy tickets.
Martin says the boy had his hold on a
gentleman's watch chain, and soon nf
terwarda saw hi m with his hnnd In
nnother gentleman's vest pocket. Ho
cnught the boy'a hand and Jerked It out
of tho man's pocket, and then ar
rested Wiley. Wlnsett'a part In
the builniss was, as It appeared tu Mar
tin, to tell the boy under the tvngon In
which pocket to look for money when
the owner enmo forwnrd, Tho charge
made ngnlnst both In the ltecorder's
court thia morning waa "dangerous and
suspicious characters," nnd, nfler nn
elnbornte hearing of the cases, the Itc-
oorder dismissed Wlnsett If he would
lenve the city, nnd the boy was also dis
missed as being rather too young to be
The following patents tvero granted to
citizens of Texas, boarlng date of Octo
ber 0, 1883, reported expressly for this
paper, by Louis Dagger & Co., mechani
cal experts and solicitor of patents,
Washington, I). C: J. K. Morris, San
Marcos, planter; II. F. WuUT, San Anto
Josko Drothera will mnko It to your
Interest to call and see them. lu-7-tf
F.very llrat-clasa dealer sells Opera
1'nfta clgarctloa. Avoid Injurious Imita
WILD DILL'S DAUGHTER.
Her Appearance Before a San Antonio
It ttna not generally known yesterday
that the dashing and accomplished
equestrienne, Miss Ltuma Lake, tt ho so
delighted the audiences at the llarrett
circus with her wonderful skill In riding
nnd Hie remnrkahla command alio had
over horses, was n step daughter of tho
famous Win. Hlscoek, better known all
oterlhe west nsWlld Itlll." IM.cock
was for mnny yenra n scout, nnd nlso city
marshal of a number of the red not
towns of western Kansas. It was lie
who shot and killed Phil. Coe, of this
clly,atid nil told tho men who fell a t icllm
to his deadly aim aro "loo numerous to
mention." Some time about 1&72, Mra,
Lake's California Circus crossed to the
east of tho Kooky mountains, and she
met the man with whoso fame she had
become familiar. Ills dashing appear
ance with his long, flowing blonde locks
and manly stature, captivated the enter
prlslngclrcua proprietress and they were
married, Illscock'e Incllnatlona ttcra
not in the nrena. and ho continued Ida
nomndlo life, nlwnya being found In tho
booming wild towns. Thus It was that
ha was In Dcadwood In Its daj a of glory,
nnd while engaged lu a gnuiH of carda
McCoy, his slayer, shot hlui through tlio
head from behind. Through Mrs. Lake's
Influence and money the best of counsel
was aecured, and tho case waa taken to
Ynnkton where ho wna convicted and
hung, being the llrst legal execution In
Dakota Territory. Miss Kinmn Lake Is
the daughter of Mra. Illscock nee Lake,
and has reached the topmost round on
thelndiler of famu aa an equestrienne.
Tho Usual Crist of Drunks, Fights and
Louts Franklin, charged with careless
driving, pleaded not guilty. Ho Is a
young colored boy who was driving very
wildly ncrosa the Military plaza last
Thursday night. Fined $3.
Harry Thornton, carrying a pistol,
pleaded guilty. Continued.
K. Porter, another colored hack driver,
was charged with careless driving. Ho
snld ns ho passed a countryman's tvngon
the fnnner popped his whip and scared
the oll'horse, and the hack then collided
with Dr. Walls' buggy, hut did not
damage It greatly. He settled the dam
ngea nnd the case wns dismissed.
JtiiiloIj.il Schneider, disturbing the
peace of Mrs. Tom Alshury ontbel.'lh
oflnst August, lined $10.
Mike O'llrlen, drunk and disorderly,
Ueorge Smith, a colored man, waa
charged with being drunk. He aald
Ueorge Smith wna not drunk, hut hnd a
spasm. 'I he case wns continued, and
Mnrlu Mcl.ace. for
She said hu Insulted her ai
hlui. Tho row occurred nt tho clrcua
grouuda nt it chill Hntitl, kept by the
Mexican ehe cursed. She paid him 2."i
cents and he took out 13 cents for pay ot
ono plate, of chili, which she nverred
she would not ent because It had three
fllea In It, and which she threw out.
JtinnCabnsos, lighting with Ilnrtnlu
Ferrl nt Santiago Vlllanueve'a store,
Cabnsos wns tlueil $.", and Ferrl was
Junn L Talamantes was charged with
being drunk and disorderly, ifnetl l'i.
Harney Sanders, drunk, $5.
IM, Johnson, using Insulting Ian
Wiley Johnson nnd Fred Wlnsett,
dangerous nnd suspicious characters,
weru arrested on the circus grounds nt
the ticket tvngon lust night. Wiley was
picking pocketa nnd Fred wna directing
him, llolh of them were discharged.
Hubert Itahn, drunk, dismissed.
The New Programme an Undoubted
The Fashion theatre programme last
night was In every reapect far better
than the recent one. Mlsa Mlna Valade
la a vocalist possessing a good voice and
executive ability with It. Mcssra. Car
roll and Harry are n pnlr of cotnedlana
far above tho average, nnd the Ilakere
made a hit In their Dutch sketch. The
drama, "Jack Long, of Texaa, was well
received and fairly supported, Mlea An
nie Howard and Mr. Charlea F.mmett,
playing tho leading roles In good style
Larry Dooley Is still retained, and Ids
popularity does not seem to bo at all
lOn a Commercial Basis.
A promlnet member of a Iloston
church, soys tho Now York Tribune, In
speaking the other day of a possible
change In the pastorate, said: "I think
It la a matter of buying up stock ex
cuse me. I mean newa. If Mr 'a
friends can buy up pews enough before
i no pansu meeting tuer will or course
call him. If the other aide get the pewa,
laugii, but the oontrol of a church la a
good deal like the control of a bank or
railroad nowadays. If you can buy up
a majority of tho pewa you enn run it to
Did Not Appreciate Prido of Dlith.
"Jonea, you were lighting drunk," said
Justice Power to his llrst prlaonerat
Jeflerson Market pollco court, enys the
Now xork Telegram.
"Judge, I'm Jonea from Alabany," re.
piled the prisoner on the line a leng,
law-uuneu, iieavny moiisincueu man
"Well, what of thntV"
"Nothln', only I thought you'd like to
know tvhar 1 came from."
"Not at all." replied hla honor. "I
know where you're going. That's all
that Injcrcata me. 'ten dnya on the
-Tho only cigarettes which do not
buck to mo lips are opera Puds
SIMMS & SAMUELS,
V3XT ANTONIO. . . .
W II HI MM
lllltt IN .11 it I i;
A. I'l TZ
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 12, 13, aid U, 1885.
rrUtmiimt 111 t
MnrkB, the l,HM-)c
Miss MOLLIE BARRY, In Songs, Dance and Skipping Rope Jig.
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON, - - - - Tlio' pleasing songstress.
El) WIN JO l'GV, in Ma grout cinrnotor of tha Pour Old lluitU
Miss MONA VALADE, - - The charming song and danco artist.
J'T. THE BAKERS, IIil,,!!V,,,:Kr FRITZ1 DAD LtUGK
OVIIIITI lit:. .... I-A8IIIO.N OltClllisTltA
The irn Bl s
CARROLL AND BARRY, -J0IIN
nnt I hint itrtiMft, In tl.Hr ur tih 1 (-rvAlitm, "liolnir lo A r ten n now Tn-Momm.
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON
Ijnililiillile l:ililoM-an Sketch,
CARROLL, BARRY and JOYCE.
Miss LOU BAKER, Tho best lady tamborino soloist in tho world.
Miss MONA VALADE, - - Tho dashing sorio comic songstross
it's entertainment will conclude with
IMwliiJi,)ec Old Man lllbbs Illlllu Carroll
Ijirry INNiley . lleeso rtoulpr
.Infill llniry 1 May llll.l.i, Alinlu Howard
.1. Mlleliell i Mllle James l.ury Wnir
. ...Iloli Mucins lllimli Mollli, tlurry
Iteirtilntom. initials, etc, by the coinpniiy.
SYNOPSIS OF INCIDENTS,
ii si.tti.khi.it Ii 1 i;x tn, w 1th distant View b of tlio Itollltur I'rnlrle, hy
iTlilci.B" ntiu Itiitiilutnrs
HiooUtur llroiiM.tH -'tlio Kiilln
i llulloii-Tlio Vow i.r Veiuren
-'I ho I'l
Ai-r II.- Ci-nrm Swltir lv tiikCuiiio
ml Hi,. Peddler und hla lull' The Dutch I
t the Ti. rim. In -llio rilKlllle I rill
- I In, Iji.i hi
out the llaokirnHllHli The I has I olilitloe.1
fork or tho Itlollrnti' -The AtiiloiiH ttult-Tlii
Cure by Line Thiillupp) hi .piel -Tiiblenu.
The WonflerTnl Til Pan Fields
This Establishment Is now Replete with All tno Novelties for tho
Fall anil winter Season.
"all and Winter Silks and Satins
Cnn bo seen In Illnck nnd Colored, Plain and Ilrooaded. Casstmerei (black
und colored), Tricots, Dlngonuls, Serges, etc. Camel Hnlr and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets nnd Velveteens In nil colors, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, Dress Plaids In single and double widths, and
CayTrlmmlnga to suit all Dress Gooda.-ta
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
lie la now showing the largeet stock of
lor l, allies linn i.iiimrnii over iiruugui to our oily, ill siik uosiery
he has nn endless variety and cannot ho undersold,
Fall and . Winter . Wlillinery
All tho latest Fall nnd Winter styles nnd makes of Donnets and Hats,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Klbbont nnd Trimmings will be found
them. This department Is tinder first-class artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Toweling'. Domestic Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan.
nela and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by hla agents was tho most magnificent stock or Dress
Goods of nil kinds ever scon In any dry goods house la Texas.
F.speolal nttentlon was given to purchasing Fall nnd Winter
Mike, und can ho also give the greatest bargains In
II 1 1 stock of l ull nnd tVliitor LTotlilmr Is thu Inmost ever brought to Tolas, and em
braces, In the latest imttei iH, Pi lnoo Albort. Cutawuy. Frock nnd 8uok 8nlts.
A very liirite nnd complete stiwk of I, i Hob', MIsbcs'. Men's and Hot b'
Shu's nil J Moots. A full lino of Stoupn Sort and Stilt Hats.
aim a full stock of (loutloniou'i i'urnlstilnx doudi.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
HU Kumlturo Department Is ootunlote
Curt ilns, Wlntjuvvbhatlo. Em. Country ur4
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
? with Isiirry Poole)' sketch.
In sorto-comic songs.
In his original specialty.
In boautiful songs?
the irreut molo-driMnu, In 2 acts, entitle
CHAS. E. EMMETT
'ihe M'ti-r-mlsB Miol -llio tunkeo 'iraucr
-Ilidlini Trull Tin.
The Narrow K.cupo Painted llock llll the
la.tllnpo tVrt'Ckcl-Thu Miot Inthe Kje-The
will Appear October 26, 1885.
Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces nnd Fancy Goods
Linens, Cotton Goods,
Shoes and Hats
ih Uoui'juoM 0 noli, n n t ho will stilt ovcryfoojy
suits, Motmlf Parlor Huiti, walnut huJ
ira aih l pro-nntiy ami aatUfiotioUtfuVruiitool
14 iiifriiiii (J.irpoui, i m irs, MiuilDtr,
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