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Dengue Fever Foiled
DY USING Harry Baum's Whiskey Only $5 a Year. The San Antonio Light CUARAHTEED USE ITI Harry Bauni & Co, Volume V. Number 247. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1885. 'Red Cross" Whiskey FALL And .lint Received : Th largest and ill GOODS tlio Finest We desire nloo call special nttentlon, Pint wo entry the most elegant stock or BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES. In our Ladles dress goods department every vnrloly of the latest styles nml (interns enn lie seen. An Inspection Is naked hy our lady.oustomers. JOSKE BROTHERS. SOUTHERN HOTEL, Main and Military Plazas, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Convenient lo l.ualncM centt r, with beat nerominnctiitlnnn. W-1 J. H. MARQUART, rKorniKTcn IDT ll SHOE CRESCENT GITY I have on hand live hundred oft lie following styles of line hand and home mi.de goods: l'rlnee Albert Cnlf, the Oxford Tie. line Calf low quator Strap Tie, Three Button Oxford Kid, nnd Newport tie Kid. nil or them low ijuatcr goods which will ho sold nt the reduced rate of lire dollar per pair. Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home nnd Hand Made. My stock Is superior to any In the State. Ten thousand dollar worth of ready hand made goods to bo closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This otter Is for the next 30 days. Call enrly and be convince!. Pino Custom Work a Spoolalty. Mo. 17 Soledadst.op. Courthouse. CEO H KALTEYER, B. J. MMlERMaNN, W. E.J0HE5. C. BAM3EKCEH PreilJenl. secretary. Supl. Himgir, .A.lam.0 Cement Co., MANLtt-'AlTtTHEIlS OK Alamo, Portland and Roman Comcnts, Cement Walks and Grey Limo Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported and Domestic Cement. While Mine, lltttr, I'la-ler and Chimney Hues. Our Cement Is used In tho Construct lull or tho Now tttulo Capitol. Olllco and Warehoiiai'S,.No8 . 207 and M Accc-iila Street. Wmka and Quarry neur f. WHITE LIME AND Cement ! Paris, call, or when Oyster3, jRiverside Fish, Bcholz's Hall, Corner fay-Lunch nnd Meals nt nil Eollte waiters In nttendanoe. hours. LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON Opposite the Passenger Depot, on Austin Stroot. WlneB and Cigars. Vollte nnd attentive all branches JOHN QUHMANNi Proprietor, CHEAP COLUMN. lAfFLEA Purlnir Wairnn. ut tho lv WyoiniDtr uml Sunta Clurft streets, from 3 tu o p, in. tomorrow, II. KvmiMeiH'frit. 10ST Ono (lohl iAcket, itlliiim Rty)e, con J tninlnir pictures. A sitltiilile revum will to (ihen by owner for Its return tnihi Ijuiit ollleo. 1MU DRESSMAKING-Mlofl M. K. Iloiton, Faililun ntilo DrcPSiimkiT, corner Houston tint! varru ireeu.t-ouons uu pairnnairu 01 ine ladles. titisr action m minted In i ery imr-HJ.ll-lm 00M TO RENr-NcxttnColtatros nlro ut saloon. promptly tllfed, am South Centra bU 1K.1HHII G' US A. REIMANN, (IAN ANTONIO POULTRY YAUDS-No. 1 ITS North n llorisSt. For sale now l)iia lot or rutins: I'lj n.out i Iti.L'k.t.ltrl. t llraliniii and Hull Cochin TMPORTANT-lf you desire city trade, adver LtUolntho Mirht. tlio most generally read paper llltheclt). rN7ED-Cuitoin pants nuiLor. Call at BAN ANTONIO MAYINGS LANK, NO, 43 .H1LISDAI STKlClSr, (Tudor tho manmromnnt nt I.. Onrn hunlnp It posits, subject to check, received, but Inter i -i wilt bo iiuld only on Time Deposits of tl . i jujiwuruB in uuruw oi pur ecu. per (i m. Hanklnir hours tf a. m. ta4i. m. I ii tayi-y a. in. to 8 p. m.t for tho cotircnlonne f in Antonio Sate Deposit and Trust Co eel Boxes rented In our Huriflar-Proof 'Mlned, Marblo-oncascd Vault. All boxes p tected by n master key, Kent fiOo a uontb Ih UAUZA, President. WINTER finest selected stock of Boys and Tho Finest or iuk- MANUFACTORY w. McAllister & bro. 0I. 10. AND 205 S. ALAMO ST.. .0R. VILUTA, SAN ANTONIO, TKXA8. Wo aro Wholcsalo and Itctall Dealers In Austin White Lime, lle.t llnui.li. or I link ltoncndale and Imported Knirllsh Portland Cements, Master of and Loiia- float llnlr, and would ask c write us, for prices botoro purclri.lnif Pleaso mention this paper. a. iiamimx. and Game. Cafe Restaurants An.1.1 t jof Commerce and Losoya Streets. Kvcrythlng served In Flrst-Cla'i Style, 7-28-Gm barkeepers. Everything llrat-olass In TURNER OPERA HOUSE. KiiNESTJIiaciis . ..Lessee and Manairer THREE NIGHTS ONLY! Commencing; Sunday. October 10. Appe arancoof the lllstlnirulehcd oof the Hi Comedian, SOL SMITH RUSSELL In his Now Play, Felix MeKusick! 'now charactor to tlio stuiro, Introduclnir CHARACTER SKETCHES. Tuesday, October 20 Mmllsoti S-iuitroTIientro Buccess, Win. (lllbert's ltoiuuntlo CoiiiiMy, m ILTOIM 4 YOUNG NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET SAN ANTONIO, - - TEXAS Real Estate and Insurance Agents LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?, lllII'ltE-SENTINOl The Crest Western Insurance Co., of Toronto, Springfield Tire and MartnelnstiraneeCo., The Hlbernla, of New Orleans, U Th, Lion, ot London. The Cut T.ni, of T ler, 81tn The Houston IniursnesCo, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Gorman Military Sorvico. n Indiana Criminal Carried to the Scaf fold The Ohio Election General Foreign and Other News. Nkw Vohk. October 10. ,V Washing ton special says: A Tew Hays ago n cable uispatcit irom iiernn nnnounceti that many American-Germans having lately been molested by the Uerman government and pressed Into military service, Minister Pendleton was taking steps to save them from such annoyance hereafter. If that meant anything It could be construed Into meaning mat our Minister la either attempting lo negotiate a new treaty regulating the statin of German-American citizens In Germany, or lo amend the Bancroft treaty. rear having been expressed by (onio Uerman-Americans that our gov. ernment might lake steps Involving nbrngatlon of the Bancroft trenty, and uius remove lite oniy saie-guaru tinner which a very large olass of Uernian Amerlcans can visit their fatherland, an Innulrr was made or First Assistant or State l'orter. who Is In charge or diplomatic auaira, auout toe matter. Mr. l'orter said there had been many complaints or the lnclllclency of the uancrou treaty in protecting uerman American oitlxens In their old homes. but this government had taken nn steps to negotiate with the Uerman govern merit In regnrd to the matter. Crawioiiihviixk. Intl.. Ootober 10. John V. Coll'ee was hanged here to-day, the drop railing nt 12:2.1. Ho was exe cuted for the tntiruer or an old man named Mo.Mullen, and bis wire. In Janu ary last, the house bclog burned after wards to eover the crime. Coflee made three confessions during his Imprison ment, Implicating at various limes sev eral other parties In Hie commission or the deed. On the strength or one or bese James Dennis was also sentenced o death, and was given a new trial by be Supreme Court and will now doubt less be released, although last night he was removed to another county as n Ereoatition against any trouble. Coll'ee as been utterly prostrated since last night. He refused rood, nnd this morn ing t ue euurts oi ins spiritual nuviscr railed to nllord him any louiolatlon. lie nau to ue carrieu 10 ine scauout. llefore the drop fell be made a short speech. The rope broke twice, but llnally he was dropped In a satisfactory manner and In 12 minutes life was ex tinct. Cincinnati. Ohio. Oct. 10. Returns on the legislative tickets continue Indef inite, owing to the uncertainty of the result In Hamilton county. The Repub licans claim four senators and nine rep resentatives In this county, and the uetnocrats claim tne wnoie ueiegation, four senators and ten representatives. Only an olllclal count can determine It. Omitting Hamilton county, the closest analysis that can be made Is that Ihn Republicans have elected to the house &8 members and the Democrats 41, doubtrul Stark county. In the senate, omitting Hamilton county, the returns show that the Re- puDiicana nave u, Democrats in. me twenty-first district which Is given to the Republicans In the above count, Is not conceded by the Democrats. Cincinnati, October 10. Complete unolllclal returns on the head ot the ticket In Ohio have been received nnd show a majority or tVI,201 votes ror For aker In Republican precincts, nnd :t." ,." t :t ror Hoatlly In Democrallo precincts; roraker a plurality, w,ist, not including Hamilton county. St. Louis, October 10. A Chattanooga special to the I'o't-Dlspatoli says: A very sensnllonnl murder occurred a few miles from Somervllle, Alabama, yester day. Two gentlemen named Wesley Hopper and James Edtnondson, had a fierce nuarrel about the division nt a lece or Property.. Blows followed and Hopper, being the most powerful or the men. seized Edtnondson in his arms and deliberately cut his throat from ear to ear lour limes, rue muruerer was ar reBted. Indiana.)!... October 10. The attor neys orThomas Cottrell to-day tiled n petition in me circuit court on applica tion ror a re-count or the ballots cast nt the municipal election on Tuesday, when Cottrell wasilefeated for Mayor by GO votes. Fraud Is not charged, but ft Is claimed that ni stakes were made In computing the number of votes cast. Nkw York. October 10. The Journal or Fabrics and Dry Qoods lliilletln or to-morrow win print an elaborate report on the wool situation. Since Auuust 1 prices have advanced 15 to 3:1 per cent, on domestic, wools, from the lowest point touched lor many years, me qualities chiefly affected were medium anu low graues. Omaha. Neb.. October 111. A dispatch received at military headquarters, from Fort Robinson, saya that no trace has been round or the Sioux Indians recent ly renorted to be committing denreda Hons along the northern frontier of.N'e- nraSKa nnd Wyoming. Troops Irom Fort Niobrara are also scouring the country, but no report has been received irom incut. Nkw York. October 10. Iltialnega fail ure In the Last number: For United States, 131); Canada, 27: total, 1C0. com pared with 207 last week and 1U0 tho week previous, failures are below tin average In all sections or the country. London. October 10. The Servian have crossed the Bulgarian frontier neur cuarcok. iney are aiivancing toward noun anu aro near uragomnn t'nss Kluir Milan Is commandlnu. l'anlo ore vails nt Soda. Four battalions or infan try have gone to defend Dragoman 1'aas. Tliey have with them only two batteries or small Held guns There Is no Bulga rian heavy artllleiy nearer to the scene or disturbance than nt Slstovaand Rust schuk. It Is expected that Sofia will be captured by a coup de main. Anuria has warned King Milan that whatever may be the Issue or the present trouble, It will be useless ror hliu to expect sup port from Austria. The railway com panies In Aitstro-llungary and Danu blan Navigation company have been no tified to prepare ror the transportation or troops and munitions or war. City of Mexico. Oct. 10. The Presi dent has granted full pardon to all polit ical prisoners, excepting M. Cbavlerre, or the Monitor Itepublloann, nnd Editor Corvlto or the Corre de I.unas. The prisoners pardoned Include n number of newspaper editors and students. The action of the I'resldent baa given groat satisfaction to the people. Oonzales newspapers are now cordlallr sunnort- lng the administration. The hopes of the Church papers that the liberal par ty would likely go to pieces, are disappointed. Nkw Voitx, October 10. Judge For nker has accepted an Invitation by the llepubllenn State committee to stump enn candidates. I.INCUI.V, Neb., October 10. The limiM! mid cattle barn belonging to l'elo lleiiiien. living near llhlca. 2.1 mllta north or here, wns burned last night. Hengen was nwny from home nt the line. inn remains or Ills wile ami laughter were found In the ruins. The micIv or his brother wns round In the barn. Thele are wild rumors ntloat rs o the cause of the trairedv. but no renl clew has yet been discovered. The pre vailing opinion Is that poling flengen murdered the nninnn nnd child and tired the premises and suicided. Austin Letter. Auail.v, Oct. IS, m litnr Him Alitimln l.lxlil: Last night the Evening Dispatch charged City Marshal Lee, l'ollceuian Johnson, and one or the Houston detect ives with taking a negro man In the sub urbs otheclly.and by tho most brutal and outrageous barbarity, such ns putting a rope around his neck, and threatening to hang him In order to get him to tell something supposed to be known by him concerning the late murders that have occurred here lately, and the negro protested he knew nothing; nnd ror this lie charges that Hie police beat him un til prostrated, then took him to Jail where wns Incarcerated ror nine days chained to the floor, without a warrant or charge. To-day the detective thus charged, In company with the city mar shal, nssaulted the editor of Dispatch. rubllo opinion Is verv strong nira list tho dctectlvu and marshal. There are three detectives In the olty who nro receiving ill) per day, each, and up to this time iney nave nisiinguisiicii iiicmseives uy doing nothing. It Is safe to say under the next city administration, which comes In next December, there will be a radical change made In the organization or the notice force. Olllcer Chennevllle Is the only eltlclent man on the force to-day. CAimt'AllfA. Recorder'sCourt. Henry Mcintosh, drunk nnd disorder ly. $-. John Donahue, drui.k and disorderly, lined $:. Peter Lynch, drunk on the street, $'. Henrv Schneider, drunk on the street. lined .). John Ireland, tie nc n vnurant. SIU or 30 days. lgnuclo Uarza, drunk nnd disorderly, lined Louis rrnnklln, violating hack ordin ance, j. r.lla Stevens, in, nir niultlnirlanicuaire. fined S3. Indies llland. beating and sir k nir. continued. Louisa Robinson, drunk nnd disorder ly, s:-. Hen Klnlbnasn. violating market or dinance, dismissed. Typljpld Fever. man named Wisdom wns discovered last evening nt the Sunset depot com pletely prostrated with typhoid fever. as conveyed to the nollce station nnd thence to the Sni tn Rosa hospital. lie stated ue came irom .Monue, anu had been In the city nlinut n month, the Insttno weeka or which he had been sick. Tenth street Methodist church, near Sunstt depot: Services tu-mnrniw. At 11 a preaching br Rev. V. N. Plielns: at 7:l."i p. in. Prenehlng hy Rev. David Coulso.i: Sunday school nt ,1 n. m. Ail are iiivite.il. Stop the Blockade. Tho street In rront or Colonel T. C. Frost's warehouse on North Flores street Is blockaded nearly every morn ing with floats unlondlng and loading from this warehouse. Other wagons coming up cannot pan, nnu wnen me streetcar comes nlonir. n delav or ureal length Is caused before the blockade Is broken. As this warehouse runs through tho block to Acequln etreet, why cannot these wagons load nnd unload on that street, Inasmuch ns luat street Is not It lie. I with a great deal or trallla mid has no car track on It, The trouble should be regulated by the olty authorities, Another Imposition, The latest piece or arbitrary action on the part or tho wnter works monopo lists oocurred recently to Mr. Sampson, or Herg & Co. Ho Is proprietor of four houses Tor which he pays $1 n month water rent. Ho resides In neither or them, nnd through Inadvertence he did not pay tne auove sum on tne nay speci fied. The company Immediately turned oil the supply, charging him fifty cents lur uoing so on eacu nou3c. un ins ue siring them to replace the supply, fifty cents la once more charged, making nn extra payment of $ I In nddltlon lo the actum rent, Killing nt Ploasanton. News ot n snd tragedy that occurred last night nt Pleasnnton has reached II: city. Judge Mnrr'a snn and young Yntes were the parties concerned. The two young men bad met during tho evening nnd a quarrel arose between them which culminated In a ratal manner, ates shooting at Marrnnd k nirhltu No particulars have yet come to hand ot an nuineniio cnaracter, out It is sau: that both young men were under the In, tluence or llnuor nt the time. I lot li par ties are members of good families, and the occurrence baa created n great deal of excitement. Yates, soon nrtcr he committed the crime, left Pleasanton. and bis whereabouts are not nt present Known. THE MARKETS. Hcjiorted oxpresely for tho I.iaiiT by , Floj d Si Co., SI Solodad strcetl Nkw VilllK, October 17. Spots, quiet a: steady; middllnir 0 1.1-lnot sales. 1!Tj7 Pules. I lures, unlet. October, MXtXHl Novemln a 7iku,u.,Il lccc,ilur,1i.t2Hb!l.r.l; January, I) Kit K-lirnary, llUKUMK; .Marrh,10uv310UI; April 10.104610.171 May, Hl-HO.t; Juno, HUH Slo.:i; July, lo.lttl.Uai Auiruit,10.M. I.tVKiienni., October 17. Spots, firm inl.l. dllnir,l)7-ld; Orleans, W.d. tiali n. ll.uo l.alcai rocolpte, H0.nl bales, nitures. Ilrmi Octotyii Nuveniber. SJSlt Noveinber-lleeeinbor, December-January, ft , Nkw Youk, Oc-tolior IT. Stock market! Northwitern, Delaware and tackawau na. 115' j ! Halut l'au,,l, CniOAOii. oclolier 17. Wheat, steady I I)e eenibcr.lcliio. Corn, steady; December, U7).jOi l'ork, dull; December, t'Jjrfll. lard, dull; lie-' comber, (a 03. PERSONAL. The Local Traveling Record, and Hotel Register Items. Mr. A, (till, a wool buyer, left this morning ror Boston. Mrs. Major Rem Ingtnn left ror Katnaa City this morning. A. J. Curley left tho city to-day tor Charleston, S. C. Mrs. II. M. Owens Is srflerlng from n villi or the dengue. Major Thomas C. Case, or New York, Is registered at the Merger. Colonel II. II. Andrews and family will arrive In San Antonio to-day. J. R. Morrison, a slirep-ralie r of Dim- nun coui.iy, is ni ino jtenger. O. D. Crltrer. baek ne-aln rrotn F.ut Scolt, Is lo be round at the Southern. P. . Drone, stockman, rrotn Kerr M lo, has his quarters at the Southern. Mr. Charles O. Wright, or Presidio, 'earaall, Is one or the Mrnicer hole! guests. Denovster. a tiromltient stock man of Oonzales, Is registered nt the Southern. W.T. Merrlwcthcr.a well-known eltl. zeti or Pcnrshll, Is a guest nt the South em hotel. Clark Lindsay, or Carroll countr. Ik. with his wife, have rooms nt the Soiith- rn noiei. L. B. Harris, of Han Anirelo. Prraldrnt oriho Concho National bank, Is n gmst ui ine -uougcr. Mr. Tom H .Mullatrhas been confined nhUroom several dava with an nttnek or dengue fever. R. 11. Irion, a well-known eltlren of Iloerne, with his wire nnd famllv. are registered nt the Southern. II. H. Van Raub. nt Don Carlos ranch nnd Col, J. II. Tenant, or Chicago, nre registered nt the Southern, Chas. M. Ronuette. lust returned from Austin, and II. E. Plggott. from St. Mr. William Menirer. of the M.nr hotel, nllhougli at his poit, Is still Tar rrotn having recovered rrom the dengue. Arthur Schmidt has 'returned with his bride froin New Orleans, and will make snn Antonio his permanent home. St. Lo'uls; 12. 6. Oleln, Fort Davis; Sam naas, i-ouuvine; i;. n, Adklns. J. M. Leach. D. M.Curtls.Texas:!1. M. (lalucs. S. R. Spalding, R. Qualtro. Houston; G. St. Louis; A. J. Hcsly, George Zander. S. N. Sea, J. B. Frarcr, W. L. Irwin. 11. S. Wiliest, C. McLaughlin nnd son. Now York; C. V. Miller, Waco; J. R. Harris, Gallagher's Ranch; J. I). T. Muller, i niesiine; .i. n. Auernainy nnu wire, Nashville, aro nt the Maverick. .0. Wright. Presidio Counlr: .1. R, Morrison, Dimiullt County; S. Carter, Texas; W. F, Manson, Galveston; A. W, Childress. North Carolina: W. II. Davis. Houiton; l.ytunn Dana, St. Louis; Tbo, C. Case, New York; O. M. Mann. Mil waiikee: Alien Alcuov. Victoria: J. I,. Jellerson. W. G. Snell, Boston; J, M. rtnoii, r. i. i.nrnesr, i:ntuiia; A. (J. Schrelnernnd wife. K'errvllle; L. II, Hnr rls. Han Angela; C. It. .Metcalfe. Tom Green County; Mrs. A. M. White and two children. Hi. ,ouls; Ben T. Cable, Rock Island, III.; are nil chlrogrnphcd at the Menger, ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. Juan Senac.n wool irrower rrcm Corpus, Is In the oily. J mine Huston la confined to Ida bed with a severe ntinck ot lever. County Jmlire Wnrzbach wns nav- Ing bills to-day for the county. Sir. A. bchre ner nnd bride, from herrvllle, nro In the city on a visit. 1 in handsomest fall and wlnln ults, ut F. Sheets, -II Commerce t. 2-1 f Tho Volksfelt will soon be here. Is to bo hoped the weather olerk will do me square tiling. There will bo a meeting of the Tern. pie nein r.i i.nerary sooieiy to-morrow ni j p. m. uusiness oi iniporinnce. Tho toplo or conversntlon Is I lie as tonlshlngdata the Light has published concerning ine water monopoly. -Tho severnl onndtdntea for.Tuatlco otttie Peace nre moving energetically Leave your measure with ns for a suit of Wilson Bros. Celebrated Shirts. Made to measure, iou.no it Arnold. A suit on a promissory note has been filed In the District Court by D. & A. Oppenhelmer against Z. Wheeler it son, Mr. Juan Senao, a Corpus Chrlstl wool grower. 'sold 1,000 pounds or wool cup mis morning tor la cents. It was consigned lo r.d. notiiia. Mnx NeuendorrT baa been re-arrta- ted tbls morning, his bondsmen having given mm up ami cancelled the bond. He will doubtless obtain new bondsmen shortly. Amanda J. Dlcnowltv has trans. ferred lo Abbondeo Daselnora lot 18, block A, of original siib-dlviilon or city lot 2, situated on the east side of the ban Antonio river, ror SIM). The Recorder's rather large docket wns rushed through with In exactly live minutes tbls morning, nnd his Honor, City Attorney Newion nnd Marshal Shardeln were In plenty of time to take ine Arnnsna 1'ass train. MEXICAN ITEMS. In Tlacolalpam a hundred bannnns nre selling now lur a real, Kracllo llernal. the noted bandit, con llnues to plunder, In the State or Du- rango. Leon's city fathers have ordered the construction of sewera throughout tho place, and now they are considering tho matter oi eiecirio iigni. Mr. Charles Comeltl has arrived nt San Francisco with bis Japanese com pany, nnd will soon be In readiness to entertain the public of Mexico a la jnpanesa. Mrs. Valenclo de Gonzalez has eatab llshed two schools ror the nnorer classn children who cannot allonl tu pay for books and tuition In Salamanoa; these scuuois were luauguraieu wiluuue.S01- miidiy on isspiemuer 21. One of the students. Lnmberto (!a banos, from the Agricultural school who was conllned In Ilelem as n nolltl eal prisoner, completed his studies while there, and on being released a week ago presented nimseir for examination, In Leon, the Jefe politico Is the prime mover In establishing an academy of popular Instruction, The object Is to study the State constitution and the civil and criminal codes; later on lec tures will be given nnd other branches oi stuuy tsKen up. (FASHION :THEATRE:- SIMMS & SAMUELS, f:viM- viNj'X'oraio. iw in jiivci; II HAMI IT. PROGRAMME hnrsflay, Friday. Satnrday, ancl Snntiay, Octolier 15, 16, 11 anil 18. nlii'a cnterUUiiiK'til will t "HAVE tMntth ivcirrriiK Miss MOLLIE BARRY, In Songs, Dancos and Skipping Ropo Jig. MISS VIRGIE JACKSON, .... Tlio ploasingsongstrcss. IW WIN JOYCV, in Ms groat ohuraatar of tho Poor Old Maid. Miss MONA VALADE, - - Tlio THE BAKERS, "iKasjUw FRITZ' DAD UUGK lVt:ilTfltr .... uillie CARROLL AND BARRY, -'N Tin kh-aI rotiff and ilrttteu rttiil, In llidr irrinti Miss MOLLIE BARRY, Miss VIRGIE JACKSON ljuilllial.lo llllil.ipiiin 8keteli, CARROLL, BARRY and JOYCE. Miss Lou Baker, - Miss MONA VALADE, Tlio I'teulmr'sentcrtalniiieut will eoiielude with tin-irn-itt inch Minima, In 3 wets, cut It kt) Jack Long, of Texas. JACK LONG .... CHAS. E. EMMETT riwiii jo)tv Mrry Donley . John Harry . . J. Mllehell . ...llobMaelue outlaws, SYNOPSIS OF INCIDENTS, i PK-r-rl.r.Mr.NT in Tr.x ta, wllh dlaiaut Views of tlio llolllnv l'ratrle, by HiliirlHo-Thu "Hi ,t Venaeuneo 1 ho I'n i Ait ll.-rvi'iirju Hwiue IN llllil'l i rmiaorilinToriiu.l.i-'llii.rilirllllo Crlmlul inline llilliti-r 'I he Iti-iiiiliilor . Iti'in.ir-.' 'I lm moil 'tho l.it biilOiii. T he Villain's lllshl It Iliu-kaniiUhH The I lia.o ihiIIiiimiI irk id tin' Itiiilli-uii'-'lhi' AikIoii. Wiill-rhii ireliylito llielliippi H. -j-ii I - rulil.-.iu lalrininlliiiiry iittrnitloti Tor Moinliiy, Ot-t. la. HU3B N. MORGAN, ' DAYY CROCKETT" And tho Kieat sketch artists, BURNS & AMES, f Irani. --EMP0RiUM Tills E3tDbli3hment Is now Replete with All tno Novelties for tho Foil nn-J Winter Season. 'all ancl Winter Silks ancl Satins Can bo seen In Black and Colored, Plain nnd llrooaded. Cnssimerei (black and colon d), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair nnd Wool Sat eens. Velvets nnd Velveteens In nil colors, plain nnd brocaded. Silk Pongees, Dress Plaids In single nnd double widths, and - trirTrlmmlngs to suit nil Dress Goods.-Vj?a Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. He Is now showing the largest stock of lor i.auies nnu uuiniren ever iiroiigni io our city, in biik Hosiery he has tin endless varloty nnd cannot be undersold. Fall and Winter . Wlillinery All tho latest Fall nnd Winter styles and makes of Bonnets nnd lints. Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ribbons nnd Trimmings will bo found there. This department Is tinder llrst-clnss artistes, who will please the tastes of nil. Flannels, Blankets, Towellngs. Domestic. Prints, Ginghams. Alpacas. Comforters, Canton Flan nels nml Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively purchased by his agent was the most magnlllcent stock or Dress Goods of all kinds over seen In any dry goods house In Texas. F.speoUl nttontlun wns given to purchasing Fall and Winter silks, and can ho also give tho greatest bargains In Clotliinp-, Boots, Shoes ancl Hats Ills itock of r.il 1 1 A vory liif.ro &nl imtuto Mtook FURNITURE AND CARPETS. Ills I'lirnlture Dopiirtineut lscmnnlota with II laiehold Oooli, and he will suit everybody In this line. Amoinr oth'.r go,)is we liud I'lueh Par, ir Suits, Mohair Parlor Suits, Walnut und Ash llodrooin Hulls. Wardrobot, CUalrs, llitr lira., its and liijrrutn Carpou. Uug-s, Mattluir, (llllalna, Wlmlnw Hhndea, I'.to. Country urters ttliul promptly mid saltalautloil iniaraiiu-otl. Send Tor samples. L. WOLFSON, Main Plaza and Acoquia Street1! Neat Job Printing AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE. -.--rJI Proprietors. . . . TO-NIGHT. n o Willi lirrr iKwlejr'i sketch. A CARD." .(lllC'liraTHA charming song and danco artist. KAHHION OIlCllKSTHA - tt errs lion, "Uoltur to Arkansaw To-Morrow. In sorio-comic songs. In beautiful songs ; ln;Songs. dashing sorio comic songstress onciiiyrit.v Old Mini (llhlm . Illllla Carroll Houtcr . Amilu Howard biiey Wolf May (llbU Ml lie Jhiiics lllnuh . .. ete, hy the coin I'lltlit 'In line n-e the lluom oi All "-Table TlMiiKit - The I'lriitesnrihol'rulrlonn the liik- - 'lho !Uiit In tho lljo-TIm Chapnd-Tlio ft-oiit'slu-fuiru In the Thk-ket'l ho Tree over and lh-AH-aU Mr Miny-lndlaii Trail Tlini 'tho Narrow i:caM -rulutiHl Itoek Oil the last Hope Wrccked-TIm fhol In the K)u-Tlie first uppc ii or tho Heii.atlonal drama sUir In tho Oroat Drama of Pauline. OF FASHiqlj Kid Gloves, Mils, I, ices nnd Fancy Goods Linens, Cotton Goods, .Vlltort. Outamiv. Fn uf l.ii(Uo MlsseiT, Men's anj ltoj i i Piemnii cmju turn Min uau. u s Furimhtnjf (JooJs.