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"Red Cross" Whiskey
GUAI1ANTEED. USE ITI
Harry Baiim & Co.
Dengue Fever Foiled
Harry Baum's Whiskey
The San Antonio Light.
Volume V. Number 254.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, MONDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
FALL And WINTER
lint Itecelved : The largest ami finest selected tock of Hoys and
m i , n ! m
n T,lTfT I 1 AT AmTTTTTA
JJXJ;X1 X W J)X-IJ X XXXXlJj I
We desire also cnll special nllenllon, that o carry tho most elegant stock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Ladles dross goods department every variety of tliu latest stjlos ami
pnltrns ran besoc.i. An Inspection Is nskcil hy nur laily customers.
Mala and Military Plfzas, San Antonio, Texas,
JAMES P. HICKMAN, JR., PROPRIETOR,
Com cnlent tn business eonlcr, with best nocoiiiniodatloiis.
J. H. MARQUART,
I have on hand live liumlnd of the following st.les of line hntid nml hnnin made
goods: Prince Albert fair, the Oxford Tie. line Calf low cptatcr Strap Tie, Three
llnttmi Oxford Kid, and Newport tie KM. all of them low ijuater goods which will
lie sold at the reduced rate of llvo dollars per pair.
Will sell you a Boot or Shoo Homo itnd Hand Made. My stock Is superior to
any In the .State. Ten thousand dollar worth of ready hand innde goods tn he
closed out at prices lower than heretofore, known. This oiler la for the next . '10
days. Call early and he convince1.
Pino Ouotom Work n, Hpoolalty. No. 17 SoloUndBt. op. Courthouso.
CEO, H KALTEYER, B.J. MAUERMSNN, W. t.JONFS. C. BAMBEHCEn
President. Secretary. Suul, Minag.r.
Alamo Cement Co.,
Alamo, Portland and Roman Comonts, Comont Walks and Groy Limo
Hydraulic Lime and Building Stone, also Dealors in Imported
nlid lloineiUlo Cements, White Mine, lliltr, fluster anil Chimney Hues. Our CVmi-al Is uprd
In the Const ruetlnn (it tl.e New SLito Capitol.
tfr-lllcolitiinVarclinim'S, Nos.lXC iiiuKiW Acciiuls street. Works unit Quarry near
f.w. McAllister &bro.
fit, 201 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST., COR. VILLUS,
BAN ANTONIO, TKXAS.
Wo are Wliolcsalo anil Hetatl Dealers In Austin
Wliltu Mine, Host Ilrauits of Dark Itosoiidato and
Imported lhigilsh l'ortlanil Cements, Plaster or
Paris, and Lonff float Ilatr, anil would ask vc
call, or wrlto us, for prices beforu puichaclnx else
where. Pteaso mention this paper.
Oysters, JTielx and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz'o Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
LONE. STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite the. Passenger Qopot, on Austin Streot.
Constantly on bond', a good supply or Fine Imported and Domestlo Liquors,
Wines and Cigars, Polite and attentive barkeepers. Kverythlng Urst-class In
JOHN GUHMANN, Proprietor
The Vance House
Opened During the Volksfest
Undir Al'lo Management
HILTON 4 1001,
NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET
SAN ANTONIO, - - TKXAH
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?.
KKl'lt l-SENTING t
The Croat Wcilern Insurmce Co., of Toronto,
Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
Tho Hlbcrnla, or Mw Orleans, La.
Tho Uon, of London,
Tho East Teiai, of Trier,
1-Mm Tho Houston InsuraneeCo.
MUSEUM of ANATOMY
Open Daily from 9 a. in. to 10 p. in.
A. S. C1IF.YAL1CR.
Lawyer, Collector, Notary Public,
43 Solodnd Stroot,
SAN ANTONIO, - TiCX
i rates at tho Unlit Job OUIco.
Vt ORDIHANCES-A Tow copies or tho I'.i
. 1 vlnnil Citv Ordinances can Tim had nt 1 1,
Tyht otllco. Cloth binding, fli papercovcr,
253 WEST COMMERCE STREET.
IJirircsl Inhibition or the kind III tho woild,
nml tho Hrist one ever In tho city,
Vulued nt fiVI.UKl.
1'art I . . . . Geology
'art X . . ..l'.tlinolojry
I'art 3 .Anatomy
FOR ADULTS ONLY. ADMISSION 25c.
i St. Pnul'sMEMORIALOIIOROH.
Situated on Qrayion Street, Qovernment
Hill, Dedicated Yesterday.
Homo years ago two henovolently In
clined ladles, Mrs. Coles and daughter,
or New Vork, made a donation Air the
purpose or the building or an Kplsoopal
church at Han Antonio. This has heen
accomplished, and as a 11 ri nl result, St.
Paul s Memorial church, was on yeater-
day dedicated and consecrated to the
worship or God. Huv. lllshop Elliott
acted as consecrator, and was assisted
hy Itev. Dean ltlchardsoii, ltov. M. Ful-
ler. ofSegtiln. Iter. Mr. Tlchnor. ofst.
I.ukrs. the Itev. Mr. Hutchinson, the
Itev. Mr. Taylor, of lloerne, and Iter,
Mr. tilbbs, the future rector of the
church. The edlllce .statids'on elevated
ground opposite the olllcers quarters on
Oovernment hill, and Is built of stone
according to the style of architce.uro,
mostly In vnguo for chinch buildings
during the pint century. Its Interior Is
llnlshed In a style that Is pleasing to the
eyes. The pews and altar furniture Is
all made In solid white oak, oil and var
nish tlnlsh. Adjoining the church stands
the parsonage, which was built hy sun.
scrlptlons from the members or the
new congregation. lllshop F.lllott de
livered llio sermon, ins lext was
Paaltu xlvll, 41 h verse! "The Inheri
tance and excellence or Jacob." The
speaker In bcautirul and Impressive lan
guage presented n retrospective view
or the Church of t'hrltt. (lod had lire
pared Ills Church from the beginning
of the world, and always llnds means
to perpetuate tits gospel, me rever
end gentleman presented In eloquent
language many beautiful hlslorln Illus
trations In proof of, and sustaining his
argument and the position of the
Church; He does not prr'ich a gospel
or exclusion but a Christian Church for
Inllnlty and worlds not yet born. In
his retrospective review or the Kplsco-
rml Church In Ihn IJnlleil Stales, special
attention was paid to the State of Con
necticut, which was called ine iianner
State or the F.plscopnl Diocese In the
The cho r or the new cburuli l excel-
lent, and consisted or Professor Vincent
pleslding at tne organ, nun .Mrs. Vin
cent. MIssTobln, Messrs. Carr. Mitch
ell and Kmory, on the vocal paii, all of
wnotn tieriormeii lneir puns wen in ine
musical programme for the occasion.
1'he I. trill l takes pleasuie In wishing
the newly-dedicated edlllcu and Is con
gregation uod spceil, ami a nourishing
Antonio Uonzalcs and Klljlo Uarcla
made up a mutual light yesterday nlter
noon at Vlllanueva's saloon, corner
South Laredo and Dolorosa streets, and
went out n lion the sidewalk to settle It.
They fought, but fell Into the hands or
anolllcer, ami were cacn linen .i uus
morning by the Itecordcr.
Justlco Huston's Court.
Docket was called this morning In
Justice Huston's court and 02 cases
passed on, among which eight were
passed, eight continued, eight dismissed,
nine no service, three cases set. and live
Judgments by default. None or them
were oi any puuuo importance.
Death of a Young Lady.
A young lady who came hero from
Houston for the henellt or her health, a
Miss Hattle Uandolph, whose parents
reside In that cllv. died this morning r.n
Kast Commerce street, at Mrs. I.each's
board ng Homo Irotn paralysis or tn
heart. She had been allllcted with
heart disease and uMlimn. The remains
will be forwarded to her former home.
A robbery occurred some time last
night at .Mrs. Porter's hoarding house,
Dolorosa street, mar Military plaza. In
which the sum or $20 III cash and two
tine pistols, belonging to guests, were
stolen, anil tne iiouse pretiy wen ran
sacked. Who the gulltv parties were Is
not dellnltely known, ns the rlTulr was
accomplished so (itilellv that none of I lie
Inmates or the house were aware or It
until this morning.
Itlchard Lawrence, n negro boy of
about 1 1 years, was caught by Merchant
Policeman Master Sunday morning
about 3 o'clock on Commerce street
with two pieces of Iron, which It was
afterwards found had been torn from the
front of.N'lc Tengg's bookstone, where
tney nau ueen used to support gootis on
exiiinition. uenrresteti i.awrence, wuc
was lined $1 hy the Itecordcr this morn
Ing for being disorderly.
Death of Colonel Horace Cone.
The news reached San Antonio Satur
day night of the deatl at Houston of
Colonel Horace cone, loriueny assooiate
editor of the Kx press of this city
ceased was a famous Journalist or the
State, where his career covered a period
or more than at) years. As a Journalist
of the stately old school, and as a
thorough Christian gentleuian be bad no
superior, and in common witli others,
lite i.iiuir mourns.
Fined Ton Dollars.
V. Kckles, who Is a stranger, wn
lined $10 hy the Itccorder this morning
for beating and striking the runner or
tho Vance hotel. The runner testified
that tho gentleman asked him to call
hack, and after he had called a hack,
illsnute arose between the two. win
Kckles knocked him down ami after he
was down kicked hi in In the eye. The
young man was preuy uiiuiy uenien lip.
Kckleaolulmed tho man was drunk, but
the Itecordcr said this was no excuse for
Kicked In the Head.
Yesterday morning, as one or the stable
bands at May Foster's stables, on West
Netieva street, was leading n line Nor
man stallion about the horse lot for ex
ercise, the animal, reeling good, lilted
Its hind leg nnd Moked. Tho man, be
ing behind the horse at the time, re
ceived a blow from the hoof or the ani
mal square ution the forehead, which
nearly stunned him for a moment, but
otherwise did not Injure him. The
print or the hoof was left upon the
man's forehead. Had the man been
one-hair Inch nearer the horse, the blow
from so heavy n horse would have
THE FUGITIVE DEAD.
J. Hubert Blako Dies Suddenly
His History A Prominent Lnghsh Barris
ter and Member of the Irish
l. Hubert Hlako died at the Menger
hotel last evening Irotn a complicated
attack or the dengue fever and pneu
monia, as his phislclan, Dr. Kdnard
Dennett, says. Men die nnd arc burled
ally, and this Item would, In Itself, at
tract little comment from the casual
reader, were It not for tho peculiar
circumstances In which deceased found
himself Involved In the latter part of his
life. He came to San Antonio from Kn-
gland September last, and has since
been stopping nt tho Menger hotel. He
n man or means, as anybody
could see, and lived the life of a
genllemap or leisure. Having nothing
to do ami being apparently oppressed
lib a very gnat load or trouble, bn
night forgetfulness In tho contents of
the llowlng bowl.
f rom a getitlemni stopping at the
hotel, who knew him In hiigland. and
recognized III in here, the I.mtir reporter
earns the following or tils history:
Deceased was a cousin oi tne lion,
urke. of F.ngland, who, with Lord
Cnvcndlsb, was killed In Pliu nlx park,
and were the subjects of the cele
brated I 'Ik in Ik palk murders.
supposed to havu been com-
milieu oy uasey ami timers, ami lor
iwitcn uascy, woo claimed io oh an
American cltlen, was arretted 111 Amer-
, taken back to hiiKland, tried and
hung for the crime. Deceased was n
roiiiiiient narnsler in I'.ngiand, anil
as n member of the Irish land com
mission, so obnoxious to irishmen, and
It Is supposed that on account of his
conuectiun wlih this vouimlsslon, nml
his action while a member or It, that
treats were made aga list Ills life, and
be lied for safety to America. He bad
recently purchased a largo ranch In
Mexico, nnd It is believed be has a
brother in that Kepubllo, having the
earn of that properly.
The remains will bo Interred this after
noon pending ndvlces from his brother.
SHOOTING AT AUSTIN.
A Whlto Man Shoots a Hegro Woman-
He is Arrested.
leelal to the l.lltllT.
Avitrix, October 2d. Last night Cbas.
Coon, a while man, shot and fa'ally
wounded his alleged mistress, Alice
Davis (colored), a notorious prostitute of
the First ward. Coon has been arrested.
Hill Luckle, who runs the opium Joint
In the First ward, was locked up as an
accessory. Dr. Ilennctt, who extracted
the ball, says the woman will die.
Mrs. Paulnln. beatlm; and strlklne
I.l'llu Gardner, lined $.1.
j.tigene tvenyon. violating back ordi
nances, lined 5.
iv . II. Uarrett. drunk and disorderly.
llrooks, drunk and disorderly, lined $7
Jo4enh Dennis, drunk and dlsorderlv.
John II. Da lev. drunk and disorderly.
J. 11. Sims, drunk, lined ?..
Dolores Uodrlguez. drunk nnd disor
derly, lined $5.
i n.i.cMcs, ucating ami striking,
Henry Miirray.qunrrcllng and light ng.
J.K. Prescott quarreling and lighting.
Lou U Dust In. drunk nml d sorder v.
An on o itodr gitcz. quarrel ng and
Kllzio Uarcla. quarreling and llcbtlng.
Ibjiorti'il expressly for tho I.iuur by tj. 3
lojil A l.'o .il Solcilad streeti
N'l.w nunc. October 111. Pools, inili-t: mid.
dllnir. Uc; sides, Siii hales, futures, easy;
October. l''r'i .III; November, llvaiUill; lie-
i'iiIio-, !l.rM6.r.7i January, u.l'G6U.lw; relirll
T, !.;&rt!i..ll; .March lt.hl6ili.M; Auril, UW.&
t'i May, 10.tnaiU.lus June, laluftlufj; July,
I.ivi iieoot., OctoberM. Pots. unclianirrd;
lildllllK. . .iti Orleaillf, IIVI. Kali s.Hknj lialest
- EtiK k market:
t'lllCAno, October Wheat,
eemher. KTio. t'om. oulett lleeei
Pork. (InUi Jamuir). t'M.I. I.iinl. dull;
The Local Traveling Record and the
Dr. Pablo Itodrlguezhas returned from
W. Wagenfuhr, from Austin. Is at the
Mr. Kll Merrlam, of the Corpus Chrlstl
Caller, was In the city j ejterday.
A, Horner, a prominent cltlen or
Uvalde, Is a guest at the Southern,
Colonel William llabcock, or Canton,
.iiinoiH, i ijnnriereu ai inn souincin.
SIMMS & SAMUELS,
llt'SK N. MltltllAN
Cnlnnal M. Krneilr Is In Ihx eltr tnoir.
Ing up his Interests In bis Aransas Pass
Mr. T. II. Johnson, business manager
or tho I.tuiiT, Is conllned to his room
wllh an attack of dengue fever.
Mr. II. P. Yoakum, who has been laid
up tora week with tho dengue, was able
to be at bis ulllee this morning.
W, llradshaw. or Dallas, ami John .1.
Wood, who renresents oneortbe leadlntr
tobacco houses or Louisville, are nt the
The LloilT olllce was visited on Satur
day alternoon hv Mr. Crisp, editor oi
uie ii est lexan, L value, and ins sister,
Mr. 1). W. llarnblll, or the llrackrtt
News, and Mr. Thomas Sharne, or the
city. The I .nl ll r was pleased to make
the acquaintance or the visiting editors.
Kd.Urar.t. New York: J. W. Hates.:
St. Louis; M, C. Hogers, Newton, lis.
C.Matthews. Louisville; Thomas Avail
and wlfo, Colorado; S A. Ord, Sierra del
warmer; i.. a. LO'ien, uaivcsion: .1. n.
Jacobs, New York; Hubert Dnnnel, Dal
las; A. u. .Miller, St. Louis; .MIis Maggie
Hell, cltr; Miss I.itltrer, Nashville Ten
nessee; F, A. Malvbanl, St. Louis: .1. P.
Ilrldgea, Luting;. H. F. Ambler, Pitts,
burg, Pa.; F. L. Youmans, St. Louis; W.
r. Kills, Fort Worth; .1. T. Obrcndorr,
Ilalllmone: Kil. I've. St. Louis: .1. (1. Al
lison. Galveston: T. (Irttral.St. Louis: K.
Sickles. New York; Kugene Webellng,
A. IVebcllnir. Panama: W. Halt.
A Fight on the Sidewalk,
A light took place lale Saturday night
111 front ol Lockwood's saloon, on Hous
ton street. A Sunset rrllroad man,
known ns "Illlnd Johnnie," was drunk
and very pugnacious, making n light
with every railroad man who came Into
the saloon. He bad beaten several, and
when a man from San Antonio, who Is a
llverv-itablu hand, came In. ho made a
light with li 1 in. and beat him Imdlr.
His victim wns arrested, but when the
Itecordcr dismissed the case on hearing
the evidence, and ordered Johnnie to be
brought into court.
Jim Courtrlght Here,
The staid morning contemporary, who
la so fond ot leading so-moqs on what It
terms sensations In other papers, had a
highly sensational report of the pres
ence of the notorious Jim Courtrlght,
while It was none other than the easy
going, honest J, W, Cartrlght, repre
senting the Texas I.lvo Stock Journal,
who formerly edited the Times. All the
stuu about skipping to keen out or the
way of tho officers was the creation of a
disordered Kxnresa reporter's brain,
born of too much Volksfest enthusiasm.
w j. Daniels. t. Louis; .1, niggles. San
Francisco; (1. M. Well, city; J. W. Mor
ris, Itock Island; W, II. Hlckall. New
i ork; j, i,. uiuway, Cincinnati; I,.
Abeles, Alice J, Durham, II. A. D'Arcy,
U. II. Persons, New York; .1. illggan,
Philadelphia; Nat Hotmail, Macon; F.
Hussell, Clifton; C. L. Dunbar, St. Louis;
.L llossembergcr, Mexico; P. Lomsson,
Detroit, Mich.; It. T. lloblnson, New
port. Ark.; A. M. Garcia, Saltlllo, Mex.;
William Schmalstclg, Austin; Captain
Alex 1). Mllrov, Weimar; George S.
Mooto, Texas; M, Stokes, W. A, Alder,
W. F. Greene, 8. V. W. Jones, M..I.
Fogerty, Ferd Cohen, New York: O, C.
Street, S. F.. L'tloy, Houston; Captain N.
J.TIcrnan, A. Aurich, C. II. Wise. It.T.
Masterson, Galveston; S. T. T'ooke,
S. McCormlck; Miss Dora McCor
mlck, Weimar; lloyce McCormlck,
Weimar; P. . llucr. Schutenburg;
J. M. Thornton and wire, P. Hatzlleld,
A. S. Itittlierford, W. T. Jones. IV. Hos
enherg, Miss Annlo Wllke, Austin; J.K.
Spring, J.K. Sllckncy, Danvers; J, M.
Dean, Marfa; T. A. Falvcy, Kl Paso; K.
II. Snyder, High Hill; J. A. Cantrcll,
Chicago; T. O. Merrltt. New Orleans; J.
S. II. Anderson, Norfolk; W, .1, Thorn
ton, Carrlzo Springs; II, G. Thornton,
Segttln; K. F. Spalding. Dallas; S. I.ap
owskl, Ablllne; M. Lolltis, .Miss Laura
Huberts, Miss Mnude ItobertB, St. Paul;
W. W, Hurt, Philadelphia; It. Thomson,
Kagle Pass; It. Fenby, Palestine, are at
The District court criminal docket
was taken up this morning by Judge
.oonan itnu ine loiiov ing uusiness
State vs. K. O. Stevens, continued to
City or San Antonio vi. Joe Knnis,
State vs. II. Walker, dismissed.
State vs. Antonio Galvun, dismissed.
State vs. Ignaty Mahcr, tried by
court, Judgment not guilty.
Stnte vs. Ki ll Id Sals, dismissed.
State vs. Trinidad Q uarra, dismissed.
State vs. Manuel Cavnsco, dismissed.
city vs. . n. Minims, dismissed.
Stnto vs. Frank Leslie, dismissed.
State vs. CW, McCain, verdict not
stale vs. .lames iiuncnn, veruict noi
State vs. James Duncan, verdict not
State vs. II. J. Huppcrtz, continued to
Saturday, special order.
Mote vs. ll. Jt nuppertz, continued io
Saturday, special order.
Mate vs. Aiigusi ,ur, continued.
State vs. August Abr. continued,
State vs. A. W. Gilford, ct nl., con
Stale vs. J. A. Arocha. continued
The following Jurors. Messrs. Henry
Fellle, Dnn Oppenhelmer, S. P. Maury,
Aiejo aionter anu J. i.. Bauer, were
eacu lined jtu tor delimiting, i.e., ate
senting themselves from court.
The following nro the settings for to
State vs. Geo. C. Hine, three cases.
State vb. J. D. Martin, two cases.
Slate vs. Peter .Ignioml, threo cases.
state vs. Jen Jierrltt, three cases.
State vs. Juan Itatuon.
Stato vs. Matt Youngman.
State vs. F. Ileus.
State vs. Kd. Heck.
State vs. G. N. Herman.
Stnte vs. II. Hunt and J. Jarmolh.
Statu vs. Ilrrir Story, two cases.
State vs. John and itobert Inman.
Another Score for Wolfton.
The Lioiit takes pleasure to note the
change made by Mr. L. Wolfson In con
verting two of the many entrances to
his bazaar Into large show windows.
The glasses, which are of the very larg
est size, are of the very best flint-glass
plate. They make a line appearance In
the openings. Inside of these new show
cases are displayed respectively: La
dles' dress goods, fringes, gloves, laces,
plumes, and everything else pertaining
to a full outfit in a ladies' toilet. While
the other one Is ornamented with gen
tlemen's fine dress goods of the latest
patterns, furnishing goods underwear
ami necttwear, uanukercuieis, Hosiery
fflODiay, JoesJay and Wednesflay, October 26, 27, anil 28, 1885.
M AIICH TANNHlISKIt
with Juhu linker lreat Act,
" Jocko, the Ape. "
Miss PAULINA AMES,
In Songs and Dances
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
o or tholr H'nnH skelrhi..
So rio-Comic Songs
Miss LAURA ASH BY,
In Rough Songs and Dancos
Tho Bowitching Sorio-Comic
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON -
I'lmt Ai'iH'truiKi' at IhiiThi-iitrt'iif itiotlrrniT"
1 1 1 NnvHiy, lii her liiliitltiiMc t.'rrti1lv Chnruotrr Voriillint Inn. 1-Zullkn, Id
Mini Mrtl.I. 'J Mim,uin. in "Ut'iU.rf Cnrnoil!t " 3 l4'rttnHlo, "Cftrtnfn
I nlirtitly wllh Uiiiii1tIiiu iiUtu', tlm itn v of nil nonir nml iUiiw HrtTaU,"
UILLIE HABROLL AND BARRY. -JOHN
iitln1 iii'W nn i lull), riitltlfi) "I Ifinrnth Wr.lttlnif hay." Intnxluclntr their wonderful
lliirU'fVin ( (mm
The Phenomlnaf Clown Soeclatit.
Tin Fan Fields,
JiiirKliinr mid Maiiliniliitlna In nil
mi.M nml reel : nminthllnr lo w.
ii.llivi Hu m. Ii rtnllrlik.
Miss MONA VALADE,
id III couclunlii
IK, Ji-nni.iid, Seimian. Kra.
luiHirlimble; ridnnlna iiKn the bands.
nlinr lourhirirolln unlisalonollmouooa
lily rtlt lht has ever
nu ineehanlcal mcatis.
In sono comic songs
Miss PAULINE AMES,
Miss Lou Bnkor,
Miss MOLLIE BARRY,
Jigs, Rools, etc.
In a Roportoiro of Songs
In songs and dancos.
'the Wouderoriliu Dili Century, liiii llreul and only.
MISS LA.TJRA, AS II BY,
i iiclnir pnnio or Iier (J rent Or cntit Jiitr
Mrc I tow I. ho iir.tr llt'Iy In thu WurM Inl
(jimp, nml niiiiiy ntli.T new nicl wv fi-Hl
MISS VIRGIE JACKSON,
MISS MONA VALADE,
In Songs of tho Day
Song and danco artist
"ImporteJ tmteh nlrl.
l'BAHU OP (K1I.D
vol will i-oncliolii III, the U-ullfuT71icTiwouds Dnuua In Sacb
Ihc r.lenliiK's Ihitertuin
Or "Ho Sura yau'ra KieM, Than ea Ahoatl,"
DAVY CROCKETT, - - HUSE N. MORGAN.
V. 1.. I.inmett Tompkins IllUy Carroll
John linker i.ntto Itoti. . Katie Wcdlli
Lurry Ilooly tlamo Crockett Verirto Jackson
.John Hurry ' Klllnor Vauithan. .. Annlo Howard
Act a. Tim Know Storm. AcU
Owincr to the Extreme Lencrth of the Procrramme
the Curtain will raise at 8:30 sharp.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.f
This Eatnblmhment Is now nspleto with All ttio Novelties fop tho
Fall nnd winter season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen In IUack nnd Colored, Plain and Ilrooaded. Cassimeres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors, plain and brocaded. Bilk
Pongees, Dress Plaids In single and double widths, and
taTTrlmiulngs to suit all Dress Goods.TsK
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
lie Is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves, Mlts, Laces and Fancy Goods
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
he has an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ulbbons nnd Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under llrst-olasa artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Towellngs, Domestlo Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters, Canton Flan
ncls ami Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by bis agents was the most magnificent stock of Dresa
uoods ot an Kinus ever seen in any ury goous iiouse in 'iexae.
Kspeclal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks, and can he also give the greatest bargain! In
Clothing Boots, Shoes and Hats
C. A. Francois and Tom Moore,
charged with assault with Intent to kill
Henry tiorlnsky, a peddler, an account
of which was given In Saturday's Lioiit,
were brought before Justice Anton
Adam Saturday afternoon, waived ex
amination, and plaoed under $200 bonds
each to appear before the grand Jury,
and many other things that are Integral
parts of the toilet or any gentleman.
The decoration or the windows was the
or Houston, and now In the employ or
ill. vtouson. ruts reminus mat iioai
after float has been unloading at Wolf-
son's, and many cases with the official
custom nouse strap ami seat attached,
containing the very nicest Imported
French and other made-un and manu
factured goods that ladlea delight In.
Wolfson still holds the fort, and Is still
In the front rank of first-class goods
wiiu currcipuuuiug low prices.
Ills stock or Kail and Winter Clolhln,
m 1110 mil
nir Is tho largest evor bmuirht to Toxas, and om
;inleto stock or Ladles'. Misses'. Mom and llovs'
Uhoos and Hoots. A toll lino ot Stetson Soil and tltlir Hats.
Also a full stock of Uentteiuon's l-'urnlshlnir Uoods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ilia Furnlturo Department U complete with IlousehoU Goods, ami ho will tult ovor7bo!ji
lino. Amonirnthar irooJi wo tin J IMunh 1'rirlor 6ulW. Mohair Parlor Sulti. Walnut and
Aih Bwlroora HulU. Wnrtlmboi, Chain, lhv Umssoli anj liiurara Uarpot. Huff. Mattlujr,
Curtains, NYlmlow btuvJus, Hto. Country onler ttlloJ promptly ami tatltfautlou guaranteed.
Send for lampk'i
Main Plaza and Acequia Street!
Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.