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GUARANTEED. USE ITI Harry Baum & Co, Dengue Fever Foiled BY USING Harry Barn's Whiskey Volume V. Number 250. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21,1885. Only $5 a Year. The San Antonio Light FALL And Just ltccclved ! 'flic largest and GISTS H CD CD RIISHII Tho Finest ZZ3IP.ZZE We ileilre also call cclnl attention, that wo carry tlio most elegant stock or BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES. In our Ladles dress goods department every variety of tlie latent styles and jiatirns can be seen. An Inspection 18 h' our ln,l' o'"otuers. JOSKE BROTHERS. SOUTHERN" HOTEL, Main and Military Pto, San Antonio, Texas, JAP1ES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR, Convenient tci business centi r, v It 1. best ntcotiimndalloiis. o-l l J. H. MARQUART, -rHOI'HIKIOR CRESCENT CITYjO11 ( SHDEMANUFACT0RY I have on hand live hundred of the following stjles or fine hand and homo made goods: l'rlncc Albert Cair, the Oxford Tie, line Cair low ipiatcr Strap Tie, Three Flutton Oxford Kid, nnd Newport tie Mil, all of tliera low -iunter goods which will be sold at the reduced rato of live dollars per pair. Will ecll vou a Hoot or Shoe Home a id Hand Made. My stook li superior to anv In the State. Ten thousand Hollar closed out at orlces lower than liereto'oro known, days. Call early ami do convince. FIno Custom Work a Speolalty. CLO H KAITEYER. B. J. MAUHMMIN, W. E. JONES. C. BAMBEKGER President, secretary. Supl. M.n.ger. Alamo Cement Co., MANur.u ruiiiius or Alamo, Portland and Roman Comcnts, Comont Walks and Grey Limo Hydraulic Limo and Building Stono, also Dealers in Imported ,-onico ami Wa WHITE LIME AND Cement ! Wo White when, F. 81MMANO. Oysters, Fish. -Riverside Cafe Restaurants Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. LONE STAR & PACIFIC SALOON Opposite the Passenger Constantly on hand, a irood sunolv Wines nnd Cigars, l'ollte and attenllvo all brandies. JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor The "Vance House Opened During Under Ablo NO, 41 SOLEDAD STREET BAN ANTONIO, - TEXAS Real Estate and Insurance Agents LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?. UlU'KllSKNTINO i Ths Crsst Western Imursnee Co., of Toronto, Sprlnofleld Fire end Marino Insursnee Co., The Hibernli, of New Orleans, La Ths Lion, of London. Tne East Teias, of Trier, 3-8-lm The Houston Insurance Co. A. S. CHSYALICIt. Lawyer, Collector, Notary Folilic, 43 Solodad Street, SAN ANTONIO, - - TKX Lutht JnbOllleo. rilTY ORDIIIANCES-A low conies of tlio It,. 1 vised City Ordinances etui Po bad at the uirni nucD. wiuta uiuaing-, sii paper cover. WINTER llnest Mlectcd stock of Hoys nnd CLOTHIERS GG Tho Finost or Tlttl- worm oi ready nanu innue goons to on This oiler Is for the next SO No. 17 Solotlact ut. op. Courthouse. Works an-l Quarry f.w. McAllister & bro. 2(1, 20 A3D 205 S. AUMO ST., COR. VILUTA. HAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. arc Wholesale and Kclalt Dealers In Austin Mine. Ilest Ilriin.ls or Dark ltoaciidalo unit Impoited Eug-Usb Portland Cements, Plaster of Paris, ami Loiiif Goat Hair, and would ask vou to call, t r write us, Tor prices beforo purchasing else rieaso mention this paper. A. HAMI-Cl., and. Game. Kvervthlng Fcrved In FIrst-CIn Dopot, on Austin Street. or Kino Iinoorted nnd Domcstlu I.lnuora. barkeepers. Kverythlng llrst-claes In the Volksfest Management MUSEUM of ANATOMY Open Dally from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. 253 WEST COMMEKCE STREET, barircet Hililblllon of tlio kind In the world, and tho llrst one ever In tlio city, Valued at ISW.OU). FOR ADULTS ONLY. ADMISSION 25c. Hihlblted by Alamo Lodao No. il. F. and A. M.,rorbcnenotUomctcr-l'uiid. ' jSSmw Irt 1 ..... (leolour Parts.. . . ...I'.thuoloir Part 3 Anatomy Part 4 . ., radiology TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Tho Walkup Trial, At Emjmria, Kansas, Itmarck'i Antipathy to the United Stitet-A Rapitt Shot-A Now Army Regulation, Kmi'OMa, Ks., October 20. Tho Walk up cui waa returned thin morning with a full court room. County Attorney Kelghan, on behalf of the Slate, ex plained to the Jury the theory of poison ing aliened against the drfeiidniit lie related substantially the circumstances of tho marrlHKe, tlio sickness of .Mr. Walkup, the purchase of pol-on by Mra. Walkup, and paid the Statu dm rued that Mrs. Walkup married her husband with the Intention of pulonlug hint et as to secure the vv blow a portion of hi estate; that (he pro. tired the poliou In .New Orleans ami Cincinnati lor Hint purpose; that she iidmliilsttred Hie poison which caused Ilia death, and Unit If the State proved till , henry It would liect the Jury to llml a verdict or guilty. If It failed to provu the thmry, no jury annum ncfpiii. toe iicicmiani. lie nrsi witness was r.oen it.uuwiti. oi awrencc. lie teMllled that lie knew Walkup; that the latter i n large, ;owerfully built mini, over six fret high, Liroad-shoiililered and of cheerful dispo sition. He anil Walkup went lo the New Orleans Imposition Inst December, lodged at Mrs. Wnllaee's house anil he came acquainted with the family, In cluding the defendant, James (. ollared, express agor t of Wells, Kitrgu ami o., testiucu to a uox oomiug irom .nr. Wnlkttp's house, anil to:lrs. Walkup'a opening tlio box and taking It nwnj In stead of shipping It. The box una di rected to Jlrs. Wallace at New Orleans. Nr.w Vork. October 20. A Washing- ton special says: Later Informal Ion from Germany shows that Minister l'cntllcioti has much graver came to endeavor 10 como to a belter tinileratandlng will) the Ocrniau government as to the con struction given to the Bancroft treaty, than Is apparent fioin the brlefdlspatnh which announce!! mat negotiation-, nau betrtin. It appear that Bismarck has given evidence ot Ids Increasing hatred or tlio L unco states oy interpreting uie Ilancroft tteaty In the severest manner against all German-Americans. 'I hose who Know inosi aooui tne sitnjccr, asserr that if he could have his own wav and dared to enter on such a course, the oppressive edict which Is now enforced against tho Poles In tho northeastern provinces in uennauy, wouiii iinu a par allel In the restrlctlvo measures wiuoh would be adopted against (ierman Amcrlcans In the inother!eountry. who have never remit red military forvleo there. It is stated that tiermiin-Aini.rl- cans of this class hi Germany have been notllled that hereafter their residence must bo limited to a fow weeks or months, nnd that l they In any particu lar, during even that short time, become troublesome, they will be subject to receive notice nt the tlmu to leave tho country. It Is claimed that the attitude wmcu itie uerman government nas taken Is 111 direct violation or tint spirit, irnot tho letter, or the Itaticroft'trenty. It Is surely this construction nfuhleli Minister f'endleton Is endeavorlni; to leotire a modlllcatlon. iMilANAl'Ol.li. Intl., October 20. Last Friday night a negro hostler, llarrlsuii i asker, inveigieii a t.eriiiun gin numeu Helen Huetulllml Into his rooui and bru tally outraged her. He was arreslt d on Sunday for the crime, and this morning was taken into court lor i xamimiiion. While the case was proceeding, Melrud lliienunnu, tne girl's oroiner.iirew a re- er and shot l asker Hi the body, tho ball penetrating the right abdominal wall and producing a probably final wound. Before another ahot could be tired, the infuriated German was selz.il bv olllulals and disarmed. A scene of confusion ensued, and, of course, court aillourned. Tasker was convened to the city hospital. Doctors give no hope of his recovery. Hiiendlliid was remanded to the custody of the Mierlll' and lodged In Jail. WAttiiNOlov. October 20. I he Secre tary of War has Issued tlie following ueneral ortler. which 111 henceforth bo an additional army regulation, In time of peace a detail of not less than one of ficer and three enlisted men will be kept constantlr under Instruction and prac tice in military signalling at eacu post 111 the United States mill! the ollleers and all the men bate siilllclent lute il gence, and nre prollclent In tho use of oi me general service coue who tlie nag, turcu ami neiiograpu ami tne uouieograpuio coue wttu tnses. ost commander will detail an act ntr slirnal officer at each Host to ulve the necessary Instruction nnd supervi sion of Held practice. The monthly re port of Instructions and practice will I rendered to the elder signal olllec through tho department commanders. riTiMirita. Ootober 20. Aflcr six months or Idleness, work Is resumed In tho window glass factories here. Two started up to-tlay, and three mure will begin operations to-morrow, giving em nlovinenl to several hundred persons, A number of other factories are tiring up nnd will commence shortly. 'I he announcement wai good news to the workmen, as tnoy nut not look lor rc' sumption before tho llrst of next year. Nkw York, Ootober 20, The French art st. Ilarthold I. leaves for tills countrv on the 21th Instant. He will not remain t 111 the statue Is erected. Ho w 111 on v see that all the nlans aro laid out and perfected. He will probably bo here only a few weeks, while It will tuka sev eral months to erect the statue, and which Is expected to be In place and ready ror dedication by July 1, I.OUHVIU.K, Ky October 20. Over -100 delegates to the eighteenth annual ses sion of the Hallway Conductors conven tion were present at the meeting to day, and beard tho annual report of (I. I. Wbeaton, Grand Chief Comluotor, The session Is secret. Tlio question of es tablishing permanent headquarters at some sultablo place Is being discussed. JlNCitmTxit, October 20. The cotton masters of Ashton-undcr-Tyne, a manu facturing town six miles from here, liavo decided to reduce the wages or tho men li per cent., nnd It Is believed It will re salt In a strike. Two million spindles will be allccted by the reduction. London, October 20. A powerful com mittee, composed of Lordj llandon and Castledown and other gentlemen, lias been formed In this city, to assist the people of every class In Ireland who nave uecn uoycoueti anil to advance funds to all persons or corporations will ing to oppose boycotting. Cincinnati. October 20. The olllclal count of Hamilton county had progressed through the Ninth ward at the close or tho forenoon session. No material e.hanirn Jruul previously been discovered, from previously published figures lias AUSTIN NOTES. The Council and the Police-Municipal tleetlon-Thf Light's Enterprise. Iklltor Kan Autnnlo l.lnht. At bum, October , ISS8. At the regit- lar meeting of the City Council last night, Aldermen I'latt and several other members or that body handled rntber roughly our gallant sentinels or the peace (commonly celled policemen.) Illadder heads as the mildest term a p. piled lo our tunning cops, but the) bare gull enough lo stand any racket the Council van give them. Turn the ras cals out or the Coiim.ll, Is their hue and er. The canvass Tor city ollleers has now fairl opened. The prevnt Maiur, Col, It twrtson, ami .loi.pph Nk1.,i. K-q , one orthe wealthiest uien In Austin, will likely be the only candidates tor Major. I be contest will be a IU el l one. Mr. Iten Marshall Kill likely run ror tlio Council rroiu the 1'ir-t ward, noil it Is safe torn) If elected he will not have the duties or pound uiHster allHthetlto ids olllee as Alderman ll.r) ohl woman who owns a hog In the First ward will ork lor Hi n's ileitbdi. Dr. ( illuming ami It. I'latl, h.it , will be eleoteil to the Council from the Ninth ward. They are thoroughbreds subject lo regester. tun l.aiunert. one oi tne best clerks in Texas, w 111 take hnrire of whst stai lon- er.t, etc., Mr. rout rtrncll has on laitid to tin city, after the 1st lues- day In Deeimber. II llldebrlnk, the pop ular uncle, lias it is niiegeti, aireauy loaned Mill Safi on bis llrst month's pay. lion. i;. T. Moore will be a candidate for District Attorney before the next Democrat lu eon vein Ion. .Major i . .i. iirccKeiiriuge. one tne or Democratic, electors, received a war rant on the State Treasurer to-day for services as au elector; the allium t wuslhe dollars- all to be paid atone time. ( hlnaman made n chnnre strains! City Marshal I.ee this morning, charg ing nun wttu culling ins cue on. I lie l.iiiui has been In constant de mand ror the lad three days. '1 be CiKI copies whlolt were received ovei the iiibscrihcd numbers were exhausted In a few hours after their arrival. A protn- licHspnpi r mini here accused the I. mill or liaWnir the cheek of the devil lo get I n to the htnlesman's t rrltory and n, in oi wnal property nemngeii to i, to-wlt, the Drlnkill matter. Cakvncoium. Mrs. Devil Speaks, Editor San nliinlo I.lxht The evening Times, In giving tbelr account of the runaway match, waa so careful to suppress the nanio of tho principal assistant In the affair, that I fuel called to publish the following note, which I received the tnornlrg after the nllalr:' "Emily and I were married last night by the Itev. Mr. Hackett, with .Mr, h. c. anera ami 1). k. iipii as lineescs. H. C. irouKhiiin " The iclrl told me she w us going to spend the night with Mm. V alters. The hxnress. lam totd, gitvn tne iintue of the Itev. Fulken burg as the minister: this la a mistake, he knew nothing of the all'ulr until I told bim. Now, for the benefit or the Ignorant ones who are talking or my pporiition to mis mnten, i wouiu say never in anv wav opposed the mur- rlaxe, but asked tnn itlrl lo wait until she couui get her clothes matte, ntirvly a mother van take nrlde enouult In a child tu want her to leave home In tho right way. Mux. H. C. 1'ivis. Trank's Wedding. Mr. frank Glockner was married last night bt .Iutlce Antun Adam toMl Hetlwlg l.auge, at tho residence orthe parents of the bride, No. 530 Ilium street. The affair was a very grand one, and the guests were present In umbers, 'the list of presents Is too leugtliv to admit of publication. Alter llieteremont tne nnsetiibieti company seattd themselves to an eletrant repast with line witits, anil for some time u scene of merriment, feasting antl rejoic- Intr took nbiee. After siinuer. Iheuuesli began dancing to the tine music of an llBllnn'strlnir orchestra, and continued In this pleiiKkiit amusement until tl o sinnlluutirs this morning. A Sad Case, Yesterday evening Max Illofsteln, aged 10 years, tiled ut San I a Kosn lios pltnl. Ills remains were Interred this morning at 10 a. m. by the Jewish oon irreuittloit He t li hi. Deceased's oase was a sail one. Coming to San Antonio about tlnee years ago, he engaged as n peddler and worked hard until be had saved eliouvh money to send to Ills fam lly In Germany to come to Aiuerteu. They came and landed lit New York, when It was found there was not sulll cletit money to bring them to San Anto nio, u tine working to secure nits needed cash, lie fell sluk ami tiled, unci his family Is now In New York In desti tute circumstances, and know not or the husband and father's death. Delegates to St. Louli. At a meeting yesterday evening of the Texas Live .Stock Association, nt their rooutt In this city, the following dele gates were appointed to tho National Cattle and Horse Growers' Association, which Is to meet In Ut. Louts, on the SKId of November. John S. I. lie, John. t Camp, Captain II, F. Ilussrd, W. S. Cnr others, Geo. S. Williamson, Jesse H. l'resnall, K. A. Carothers, K. II ltaclial, Thomas M. Coleman, L. Oge, M. HalO, W. II. Jacob, ltlcbaid King. Jr., D. C. ltaclial, George A. Searlgbt, Dan Lewis, J. i:. millivati, Bid. 1 tittle, II. II. Krs klno, A. J. Dull, and Dr. G. 11. John ston. THE MARKETS. llcportcd omrcssl) for tlio LiollT b 8. S Floyd & Co., XI iloledud street. New Voiik, Oetoli. r .'1 Spntu, .jul.-t l ot Snn: mlddilinr.il I.Huut sales, ino Iml. s. hi- veiuber, tlS.ui.' nary, .7aa.:.:ii IU.uilllll Ai June, lu.ui,ii. IU.W. lie, Novulllbvl. N'i Llcouiilbuf-Jaituitr) , Nkw Voiik, ta i-' Korllinoatorn, li , . na, IU. Halut l mi Ciltcuei. Outobcr it, weak; T)o Ml. di.T' j.n'ui- els; t orn, ll,0.tul bUb u Is: lloipi. J.i,i U bblpments Wheat, st.oj buhlielst !1,UM bushels. MISSIN0 1IEIRS. Soaroh nf a New York Olaim Law yer Aftor Missing Heirs. Names of Former Residents of Tea Who are Being Advertised For at Pol tibia Claimants For Estates Abroad. Mr. .lames I'sher, a well-known olaltn Is ww ror New York City, wat In Salt Antonio jeslerday looking alter evi dence to establish the claim, or certain persons to large fortunes, lie has the poner lo m ike a large number or peo ple wiallhv irhe can llnd any trace or them. Many of them have lived nt one time or another, or may still live In San Antonio, In conversation with a reporter of the I.tmiT, he gave tho following names or people who are heirs, or otherwise en titled to monej or estates, and who arc supiio'pti nt some time or other to hate lives! or visited Hun Antonio. Mr. Usher Is the man whom the New York papers reiently slated, hnd In Ids possession the names and description or uu0 heirs to unclaimed fortunes ami estates. Speaking In reference to the matter, he said: "ir the needy poor lieople could be given the benefit or the large sums or money that are awaiting those who cannot oe loumi, some lanitlles might have more fuel antl belter food than they now have when times nie nnrti. Cnrortiinatelv this oannot tie and un less the missing heirs are discovered, the money will be turned over Into tho treasuries or already wealthy govern ments. It Is an Interesting fact that the rium- be of these cases nas or late years been lu-gety on the Increase. The streams or iravet utrecie.i by tne innumerable means o' transit, llow constantly In all d'teetlons. '1 noiunnils upon thousands of men have a hundred hornet In n life time, ami have lert no perma nent record or their Identity In any one place. The changing of abidin-r placet. I lie rush and hurry In volved In the strn'-gle to make a liv.ng drive nwav all thought of ki,h or kin, so hum ai er two or ttiree generations oi a fi-mllv In this countrv. It Is not unrre- quetill.v the tusii that tlio members of tlie roorth genirution know absolutely notlilug of their ancestors. i linuvert. Junu Lewis. Campbell. Ixiwls. Last heard from on frontier or Texas. uauiberlaln, John I). In Texas In ll(l. Craig, Thomas George, who In ISdO nvett at rvitermait. Doyle. Ellen and Mlobal. Ijir beard ot In Galveston. Kllen married Ilernartl l.oiiuhrev. Fiich. Margaret. Misting heir to the estate ot iiaotet r i' on. Good, ltobert: of Ilrlstol Enslsnd. Hare, Arthur. In IRu-t wrs near the llneortoe Indian Tertilorr. Jenkins, Kdward II. and C. C. 11. Liv ing n Texas In istio. Uesrnes, Michael. Of Dunrlvln, court te Monaghan, Ireland. In Texas li 1 N II. Howell, William. Last heard of nt Ilig hpllngf, Howard county, .laokson. William Watson. Of I'm; land. Last heard or keeping n bar-room at Srn Antonio. Iieoompte, Julius. In Houston be tween ls. and lew). Mason, Josb. Of Manchester, Kng, In (ii.lye.lon In 1S71. Mellowed, ltobert. Owned land In Texas in IKX). M. Mullen. Newton. Last heard or In Texas In IMS. Mcl'billlps, John. Was In Texas In l-7 Mlnot. Louisa. Or Jam ilea; drowned on coast or Texas In I V2. Morton, William and Mary, till wire. (tuiiiden name liochelle.) Left -Viirib i arniina lor Texas in IKU. Murray, Thomas (bricklayer.) tcalland. In Ttxas In lKt'i. O'.Mnr., Michael (alias Michael I'owerJ i.en jreinuit lor uatveston in tutu, l'attlson, John. Last beard of In Houston. Illely. frauds. Of Navsn, eouittv Mentli, Ireland. In 11)72 was near Ter fell. Hievens, Lou Mist, of J. II. Stevens, o Houston. Hwords. Atelilbald. I ft Ireland for the United Stales In or aboil' 11U0. Welsh. James, of Galveston in 18 Wright Fanny (maiden name Sanders) nnd Henry, her son, left North Carolina tor icxas aoout in.iu, The Juvenile Brass Band. The following)! tho personnel of the I'.agle 1'ass Llrass Hand, which arrived this morning to take part In the Yolks fast: l'asquslo De Ilona, I'.occo C. De linna, Joseph Do Ilona, ltobert llonnet, liafael llonnet. Fritz llonnet OltoZuilin Henry Zelgler, r.ddlo Dlmmlck, Albino c.irnun, jouti vviistten, franker i.ipper. utiurtss .vieyer, iwiinnea t-oruero, it iveiso, vv. itonnet. Will Memorialize. L'ruest ltlsche pays $(100 a year license for 111 theatre nt Turner opera hall. The New York license Is only foOOajeur, Krneet says besides this license, tho Turners pay an annual occupation tax for their hall antl bar. He Is going to memorialize the Statu Legislature -on this subject, and thinks bo will have the co-operation oi too otner inenire man agers oi tne state in tins matter. A Vanished Illusion, Our mugwump Mends In 1881 joined witii t tie i-enioerais tinner uie nnpres slott tbat It was a llrst-class hippodrome, charelntr llftv cents admission, with ten elephants, and silver comet band. They liavo ttiar.overeo mar, it is a ten-cent show, with no elephants.no band, and the live animals stuffed with straw. I'be Democrats had been using them to make music. The Joint hippodrome has now ceased to travel on noeotint of dis solution of partnership. ITilladclphla i'ress. 100 reet rront by 1 10 feet deep, all on one uoor, ugmeti ny tlio lauiotis itociies ur lumps, are thedlitienstonsorGrtgory A Co.'s mammoth establishment "l hlna Hall" where they nre now du- playing tneir immense stock or toyi dolls, lamps, chandeliers, decorated an plain china, glassware of all kinds, pic tures and general buiise-furnlslilng gooos. ion nntt your iricnus are ip. I vlted to tbelr opening or new nnd at , traotlvo goods, on Mondnv. Tuesdav Wednesday and Thursday next. Music from 7 to I) p m. Tho mot vopnlor olgarcttos are the Operau'Ja nt popular price. tf FASHIONS :THEATRE:. SIMMS & SAMUELS, " niMMt HI an N MllHli.lN rt TV. PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. ontiay. Toesflay aofl Wednesilay, October 19, 20, anil 21, 1885. 'llM'i-M-iithir'H I'liit-Miiiniui iit will f..Mitncticn with iMrry IhMtlcy'i laujtbuiilo cnnoljr; GALEY THE TROUBADOUR, ili i Ijiiti Il,Hily i Matmaer . ... W. ("outer MISS VIRGIE JACKSON, Miss MOLLIE BARRY, JOHN rpj BakepS -IXK orfiiiiiiil (tkrirhin, Inii-iHlut-inir nonifii nnI ilntut-i, funnjr fnjrlnir, i ll.KI.It will liilnHltif: lirr iirHtTniin)N.tt Holn. Mka MONA VALADE, - Tho little dashing sorio comic songstress nltrlilly with lliuiidcrltiir H1itiHM. CARROLL AND BARRY, r stHH'tnlt)', etitltb-il "llnnnalrs lllirlewiue iVI.tiTFltK, Miss VIRGIE JACKSON 'TieTTiTi u.tsketelll Prank ! BURNS & AMES. In thi'lr nrln-ltiftl oVotih. Decided hits, of MISS MONA 4. THE BIG FOUR. 4. RARllY,- -CA11K0M,,- -DOOLUY- -and- -JJAKElt, Miss Lou Baker, Miss MOLLIE BARRY, Miss PAULINA AMES, 'I'll. Kv i-nltiK Kate rtitlnmciit will i ' DAYY Or "Ho Sura your Right, Than go Ahaad," DAJY CROCKETT, Crainptnlt . c. h. i:n ,,'tt Neal f'ratiiiton Hector Itaylcston niir Dan i John linker ..Isirry Ilooly ..John Harry Act l.-Mudille M. nilliiir. Act J.- bog Hut In Interrupted Wedding. Act Ik ltay at H'hfH mm read that Una and lam fttail, Monday Hot. as. 'aa, .Monster Attraction. First appearance, at this Theatre, of ML LI MARIE DcYESTRAL, Tlioflreal Opi nl llonire and Itumpean Koveltr Artist. I'irM .,,emiuiiH.orilii. v m.lerful First Appeardiice of Miss LAURA ASHBY, Oriontal Juggler. EMPORIUM Tills EstBliltstiment Is now Hepleto with All tne Novelties fop tho Fall nnd Winter Season. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins Can bo seen In Black nnd Colored, I'laln and Ilrooaded. Cassimeres (blaok and colon d), Tricots, Diagonals, Herges, eta. Camel Hair nnd Wool sat eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain nnd brocaded. Bilk l'ongees. Dress l'lulds III single anil double widths, and tir Trimmings to suit all Dress Goods.-Yjii Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. He Is now showing the largest stock of lor i.autes untt tunureti ever urougtn tu our city, in sine Hosiery ho lias an endless variety and cannot be undersold. Fall and Winter Millinery All tho latest Fall and Winter styles antl makes of Bonnets and Ilatl, Ostrich I'lumet, Tips, lllbbons and Trimmings will be found there. This department Is under llrst-class artistes, who will please the tastes or all. Flannels, Blankets, T'owellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams. Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively purchased by his agents was the most magnlllccnt stock of Dress Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas. Kapeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter silks, and oan ho also glvo the greatest bargains In Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats IIlitMkof Kail rh I Wint. r Clothlnj Is inn nnd Hoots. A full 11 Also u full Ktuck of Uentlomo FURNITURE AND CARPETS. His Furniture Ih'pArtmf ut Is oomjtleto with Hmiiehold (3 nods, und he will suit everybody In this Hue. Aiiio.uptU'jr koj W wo lind Plush Pari if Hults, Motmlt Parlor Bulls, Walnut and Ash Ilodroom gulls, War-lmbm, Cl4lr, llodv UnttMls and Ingram Carpets, Huns, Mattlnjr, t'lirUttH. Window Wluides, Kto, Country orders titled promptly and satUfaotion guaranteed. Bend (or samples. L; WOLFSON, Main Plaza and Acoquia StreoM Neat Job Printing AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE. Proprietors. .lU-dincnH Maw ao m HrxrMKNT I Hit KCtllR Aim it or Ohciimtha ()IICIIi:sTIIA Tlio dashing songstress. In sorio-comic songs. t lit iikhIs'Ih of nil nohjr dance artists. JOHN mderfut Wldlmr liny." Introdudnir their t'lrrlis. ..FAfllllON OIICHKSTltA In bontitiful ballads. ! Pauline. Prtn-aiitsi in TmnhloJ" VALADE, Song and dancfl artist Plantation Comical 8ltnatlons, r.tc Klc. - - ln Songs of tlio day. In her Groat Song and Danco. Sorio-Comic Vocalist. oiiciiraTKA m lili tlit U'Kiilirul IhickwrMxls Drurna In SactJ, CROCKETT " HUSE IM. MORGAN Touitikllis ....Illllr Carroll KatloWedltt ....Verirlo Jackson ... Annlo Howard uttlollob , Daino Crockett .. lilllnor Vauejban the Moiintaln, Ait 3.-T1IO Pnour Btorm. Act.! Ijist. "Itotnc Mwcet Home." lie gure yoitr right then go ahead." daw cnocKF.rr OF FASHIONS ec-1 Kid Gloves, Mitt, Laces and Fancy Goods Linens, Cotton Goods, tho la rift-a t ever brnujrht to Texas, and c Men's and Hoys' FurnlsMtur Moods.