The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 215, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
BEST PREVEBTAT1YE OP CHOLERA I
A IX Of
Marry Baum's Whiskey
Three Times a Day
Volume V. Number 215.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10.1885.
Only $5 a Year
Kc.r All Kliuls (U
A llottlc or
Harry Baum'a Whiskey.
FALL AND WINTER
.lint Received i The largest nml lined selected Hock of lloys and
I i ig
We des Iro ntso cnll special attention Hint we curry Hie most elegant (tuck of
Boys' and Girls' School Shoes
In our Ladles dress goods department over)' vnrlcly of tlio latest stj les and
patents unn he seen. An Inspection Id nikcil by our lady customers.
Fire Marine $ Tornado Insurance
wi: !(i:iiir.yr.NT T.iicmMo.Na iti:M.m.n comimniiihi
Itnperlitl Klr Insurance iinnpitii)' of Kiiffl ititl
LftnonnhlrejlnfliirRMoa C'oinprtiiy of KiiRlitml
I'lintnlx Aiurmic0 Company of JKngland
Iimarnnce Oomnittiy of Nortli.Amerlrit of riillnilrljililn. .
ritmnls Itmumurfl 0inipunj of Hartford t'onn
I IiiimiIx Itiiuruncn OiiniMiiy nf llrooklfiii Nt V
.tmrrlrnn Central Iinurinc t'omitiij'. of 1 1. I on I Mo
Over Rische's Cigar Store 276 Commerce Street.
MA1IK I V Till!.
SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO.
318 320 and 323 8out.li Flores Btroot.
2an Antonio Texas.
Main and Military Pirns San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient lii hu.lniwi cculi r will best nccoiiiimsliiltiins. IH-I)
J. H. HARQUART
I have on lintnl live hundred or the following ft) Irs of line hand nml homo made
poods: Frlhco Albert Cnu" tho Oxford Tip lino Calf low nunter Strap Tic Tbreo
Million Oxford Kill nml Newport tie Kid. nil ofllieui low ijunlcr goods which will
lie sold at Hie reduced nite of llyo dollars per pair.
Will sell you a Hoot or Hhoo Homo and Hand Mado. My stock Is superior to
nny In tlio State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to bo
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30
days. Cnll early and ho convinced.
Flno Ouatom Work a Bpoolalty. No. 17 SoIodnd.8t.op. Courthouse.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Wholesale and Retail.
Thomas Goggan & Bro.
Galvoston and San .Antonio
Also can left the l.itrirc.t Block itl nil kin. In of Musical Instruments nn.t Musical Supplies
yli?"y '""!'." M.111". ""th- UHMl'KTmuS IN gUAI.lTV Bl'VLli ANII MUCH DkI'IKU.
Ilnll nr ninl for Itatnlnmin of Prices.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
6yLunoli and Meals at all hours. Everything served In FIrst-Clasi Htylo.
r elite waiters In attendance. 7-28-lim
Telephone No. 185.
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
201 10) AND 20S 1 ALAMO ST. COH. VILIITA
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Wo nro Wholviale ana lletall Dealers In Am tin
Whtto LI mo Ik'Bt)lranls or Dark Kosonrlalo and
Iinimrt(4 I'mkIIbIi Portland Cements Plaster of
rude antl Ijong Qoat Hair and would ask iou to
call or wrlto us fur prices before purchasing else
where l'lctise mention this paper.
Matters Between Uoriiiiuiy ami
Italy Look Squally.
Calvellon Items -The Hall-Breed Leader
Troops for Wyoming The Chicago
Pertlon Agent-Other Newt.
Mahiuii September 11. Uermany's ill -mand
for reparation lor the Insult to the
Herman cmbnssy here on Saturday was
received to-day. The note Is Touched
In very reasonable terms Spain's note
In reply which waadlspatohed to-night
expressed deep regret at the occurence
of Iho Incident and says the ollemlers
will he prosecuted and punished and
those responsible fur the unfwy of the
embassy have been arrested and ills-
missed from the service; and condemns
Hie action of the riotous mob. .Mean-
while preparations for the event of war
continue. Orders have been glveiffur
reports on nil troops available for ser-
vice. Maiiiuii September 9. Public opinion
here unanimously deprecates arbitration
of tho Carolines dispute. Tho Com-
mander of the Spanish man-of-war
V'elasco which was expected to arrive
at Yap on August 2$ was under orders
to regain possession of that Island.
News from Zap Is anxiously ait ailed.
Yesterday evening the polleo dispersed
numerous bnnds of youths it ho were
parading the streets and crying "death
to Uermany!" The municipal authori-
ties of llarcelona have adopted resolu-
tions denouncing the action of the Uer-
Ualvkdtox September 9. At lioscn-
berg Junotlon Sunday morning about 2
o'clock Charles Halloy owner of a small
ranch near Wallls was walling for the
train when ho was struck on the hack of
the head by an unknown negro and
knocked senseless. Ills assnllant took n
gold watch and chain and about $" from
his person. John Hums section mnstcr
at Wallls picked Ilallcy up nnd brought
him to this city where despllo inedlcal
attention he died this morning nt 7:20.
An Inquest and autopsy were held show-
ing that death resulted from n fracture
of the skull. Deceased was a native of
Kngland and formerly resided In I his
city. Thomas Jluluic superintendent of
the Ualveston Oil mills who had his
right hand cut oil' nnd his arm badly la-
cerated last evening while attempting
to prevent the choking of the gill while
In motion died from the .Meets of his
injuries ntnlate hour last night. The
unfortunate victim after being removed
to his residence sulfered amputation
above ills elbow but so great wero the
shot k and exhaustion from tho loss of
blood that death ensued. Deceased was
one of the most sklllfuUmechanli's In thn
State and his death is generally re-
gretted. Ciiit'Aiio September 9. A Wlunepeg
special says: The full court or Manito-
ba composed of Chief Justice Wnll-
brldge and Justices Taylor and Klllam
to-day gave Judgment In the Kiel ease
disallowing the appeal and continuing
the death sentence passed by the North-
west territory court. All held that ac-
cording to the evidence tho Jury could
not come to any other decision than
that they did; that by the Dominion
statute continued by Imperial parlia-
ment the Northwest territory court
clearly lmd Jurisdiction and that while
thu prisoner acted strangely at times lie
Is n clever designing man who sought
to advance Ids own personal interests by
using the half breeds as tools. There Is
a growing oonvlcllon In Wlnnopeg that
lEIel will be hanged on tho lMh.
V'ahiin(1tox September 9. In the ro-
cent instructions sent by the President
to General Schofleld to bo forwarded to
General Howard commanding the De-
partment of the Platte for his guidance
In settling the labor troubles In Wy-
oming he directed lilni to send a sulll-
clent force to proteot life and property
where violence existed or wns threat-
ened and to aid tlielvll authorities in
pieservlng peace and arresting thoso
committing offenses against the laws
and to protect especially the Chinese
laborers from Ill-treatment at the hands
of other persons.
WAutiKaiox September 9. Mrs. Mul-
ligan appointed pension agent at Chica-
go to-day Is the widow of Thomas A
Mulligan organizer and Colonel of the
famous Mulligan brigade whose gallant
service In the Union cause during the
early days of the late war Is familiar to
every reader of the history of that
struggle. Colonel Mulligan fell at Lex-
ington Mo. while gallantly defending
that city. Mrs. Mulligan Is about 10 years
of age and quite prominent In social and
religious circles In Chicago. She was
prominently mentioned for the place
several years ago.
Wjisiiisqton September 0. United
States Consul General Williams at Ha-
vana Cuba was directed to-day to see
that Clrcllo Publl or New York who Is
In prison at Havana has a fair and
speedy trial. Publl Is a Cuban but some
years since became a. naturalized Amer-
ican. Ho recently returned to Cuba on
as ho says private business. Immedi-
ately on his arrival he was seized and
Imprisoned on a charge or Inciting a re-
bellion against Spain.
Ati-inta September 9. Ida Maxwell
to-day doped with John 11. Shelton.
Her father and brother found them at
his mother's house and assaulted hliu.
Shelton struok young Maxwell with a
hammer. The father and Shelton then
exchanged shots each falling severely
wounded. The three men are all In a
London September 9. Considerable
surprise and regret has been occasioned
here at the tone of Vice President Hen-
dricks' speech at Indianapolis Isst night
siding with Mr. Parnell In the latter'a Is-
sue with Kngland. It Is urged by llrltlsh
politicians that owing to his position he
ought to havo taken another stand.
Touion September 0. One death
from cholera was reported yesterday.
One hundred and seventeen patients nre
under treatment in the various hospitals.
Several are In a critical condition.
Chicago September 0. The strike of
switchmen In the yards of the Pittsburg
Fort Wayne and Chicago road waa ended
to-day the division superintendent con-
ceding the demands or the men
Miitami.i.K.iSeVtember 0. The cholera
epidemic la decreasing here. Only eight
deaths were reported yesterday. Only
07 patients regain under treatment In
the Pharo hospital.
THE TAOIFIO SLOPE.
A Well-Known San Antonlan's Impref
tlon Grapes SO Per Ton.
A I .Kin mm met .Mr. K .1. Ilellrl yes-
terday and as this gentleman has re-
turned from an extended trip through
Colorado Now Mexico Utah Nevada
and California he was Interrogated as
to what he saw nnd how he llktd tho
country. "I have been nbucht three
months" said he. "I went up through
New Mexico and Colorado and stopped
at Denver and Santn Ke. Then I passed
through tin' dine H' joining then to.
Utah and up to the Vliglnlii City mines
and to Ould Mill. I ent iown In one
mine lift) feet nnd mw olio piece of ore
gold nnd silver Hint nssajed J.VKK) to
the ton. This came from the See-See
mine In Nevada. These mines pay very
well and are by no means exhausted.
Virginia I'lty now has a population of
about IIO.IMI nnd Is a ery busy oily.
The Combination shaft probably the
deepest mine In tlio world Is 3.UO feet
deep. I went down Into It nnd was
through the famous Sutro tunnel mi
feet below the surface. All Iho mines
are worked by majulvo mnchlnery
As to tho country It Is a stock
and feed country almost exclusive-
ly; outside ol tho mining Interest. Tho
prlnelpnl crop raised Is alfalfa for feed
and they cut from four to six tons to thu
acra and raise four crops a year. The
climate Is healthy dajswarm nights
cool and you can sleep comfortably In
summer under three blnnkcts.
The Utnh valley or Valley of the Jor-
dan Is well settled and It Is rlnlmed to
havo HOO.OUO Inhabitants. Salt Lake
City the Capital Is n line city divided
Into 21 districts having a church and
good school home In each dlstrlat. lie-
sides these there Is the great tabernncle
which Is one ol the llnest churches In
this country. It will sent lO.OuO persons
easily and has one of the largest If not
the largest organ In the world. Tho
Mormons are an Industrious Intelligent
and peaceable people and very sober
and temperate. They claim the l ulled
States Government hns no Jurisdiction
over them and say they have not vio-
lated Iho constitution. They do not
recognize the grand Jury. They do not
drink nny liquors not even wine nml
rarely over lea or collee. They are true
to their church and slick up for It every
timo. They hellevo II they do not give
one-tenth of their Incomo to the church
Hint God will punish them hy depriving
them of their substance. Kvery body In
Salt Lake whether saint or gentile has
to give this 1 11 lie. no mutter how small
Ills Income may he or huw great
'I hero are other denominations there
and they have n very good Catholic
church and u Methodist church. 'Hie
valley Is a splendid funning and fruit
country. I entered California from tho
northern part. The crops this year are
unusually good and tho yield of wheat
ami fruit Is tremendous. Grapes that
nre sold here at 23 cents per pound ato
adriigonlho market there at 1 cents
ami can be bought for $3 per ton. Pears
sell at a cent per pound. I saw pump-
kins two feet In diameter fed to stock.
Labor Is cheap and the worklngninn re-
ceives rather small nay. Chinamen har-
vest the crops at $1 per day and pick
tho hop crop at 10 cents per day. Miners
nre paid the best getting $1 per day for
six hours work In the mines. It h hard
A Dig Swindle.
A practical Joko or a premeditated
system of fraudulent robbery hns been
practiced In the city by parlies who nt
present are unknown. Last evening
about 30 or 10 people of both sexes wcru
congregating around the vacant store
next to Pnncoast's on Commerce street
all of them bearing in their hands green
tickets which purported togivo admis-
sion to a church festival to be held next
to Pancoast's forwhlch a fee of CO cents
wsB charged. Several Inquiries wero
made nt Messrs. Pnncoast's but they
could givo no Information of the nll'alr.
The I. nun so far has not been nble to
ascertain who were tho originators of
A Tall Rabbit Story.
Yeslcrdny Jack Labntt and K. A.
Leonard went out hunting and seeing n
Jack rabbit Leonard tired from the bug-
gy under wny. The rabbit made a
spring Into the air and then struck n
circle of about CO feet In diameter run-
ning so fast that he looked like as if he
was stretched the length of the entire
circle After going around some dozen
times his rabhltship darts under the
buggy and then back and falls dead In
the very spot where he was shot. On
examination. It wns found that the top
of the rabbit's head hail been shot nil' and
that the rabbit had really been taking a
run without Its head.
Real Estate Transfers.
William Harmann to C. J. Ilyrno Iota
7 and 8 of the subdivision of the lower
half; for $308.
John T. Hatnbteton to William Hlley
lots 18 and 19 In block 2 or original city
lot 102 situated west of thu San Pedro
creek; price $200.
K. Torres de Franco to Andreas and
Paulina Muerguerza property on the
east sido of South Flores Btrcet at tlio
northwest corner; price f.V2.".
J.J. II. Amnions to William Itannann
lots 7 nnd Ij In tho subdivision lying on
the lower sido of Casslano street; $&0.
Rock Is Needed.
Tho school contractors are having a
very slow timo getting rock from tho
quarries and say that a great many
quarrymen are out picking cotton at
which; they earn more wages. Kacli
rook wagon only hauls about two loads
a day. Another reason for the scarcity
of rock Is the large amount of rock build-
ing now going up In this city. The
foundation of Second ward school Is of
concreto laid on yellow clay and the
Third ward school Is of hard gravel
six feet below the surface. Tho founda-
tion for the new hospital la of yellow
clay and Is seven feet below tho surface.
KUIck Porter charged witli careless
Mr. Cawn drunk lined $5.
Julia ltlpka throwing stones con-
tinued. Lou Hunter disorderly continued.
Mike Hlnes drunk lined $5.
Thomas M. llerry drunk continued.
Cigarette smokers tire for Opera Pulls
because they do not ttlckto the lips tf
A TERRIBLE 0Y0L0NE.
Wathlngton Court House Ohio Dei-
troyed Many People Killed.
CiKMi.wii September 9. A special
from Springfield Ohio dated last night
says: "A terrible dyclono struck Wash-
ington Court House a city oNooOlnhab-
Hants 75 miles east of here at S p. la.
and almost literally swept it from the
earth. It came from the northwest and
broke upon the town madly carrying
every thing beforo It. Tho tornado
whirled up Court street the main busi-
ness thoroughfare and mined almost
every business block on It at lcat 10 or
M In all. Hardly a private resilience In
the town escaped fully -WO dwellings
going down. Tho Baptist Prcsoyterlaii
and I'athollo churches allsullered a coin-
mon fate. Tho Ohio Southern Pan-
handle Nnrrow Gauge and Midland rail-
road depots wero blown to smithereens
nml every building In the vicinity was
carried away making Ingress or egress
Wasiiimihiv Coi iit Housk September
9. Tho oyclono which came upon this
town last evening at 8 o'clock almost
completely demolished It. Not a single
store facing Central square out of 10. is
left Intact and a majority of them aro
levelled. About 200 residences are
destroyed and tlio streets aro so Illicit
with debris that It Is almost Impossible
In iinss. Sherlintankln ordered out the
mill tin which took charge and helped to
get order out or chaos. All the gas went
out when the storm came and as the
works were destroyed bonllres had to
bo built In the streets to give light for
the searchers. 'I ho total known to be
dead Is live and about CO Injured. One
of the latter was mnnager of the Tele-
phone exchange who was hurled across
the street and had one arm nnd ono leg
nnd his collnr bono broken. Some houses
wero lifted up nnd carried bodily several
hundred feet nml then dasheil to the
ground wllhgreat force. Tho shattered
fragments wero then whirled In some
Instances a quarter of a mile. A relief
committee Is nt work and all houses not
destroyed are thrown open to the home-
less. Farmers are coming In by the
dozcni bringing food and bedding.
Kvery lintel bank church nnd business
house In town Is ruined. The utmost
desolation prevails. Peoplo coming In
report finding debris 10 miles from town
Governor Hundley was present to-day
and subscribed $1011 for the relief. Ho
returned to Columbus saying ho would
Issuo an appeal to-night to the people of
Ohio for aid for tho sutlcrers.
Kx-Senator John Little estimates that
tho loss from the storm In Washington
nnd vicinity will not fall short or$looo-
000. It Is estimated that 2.'iu00 visitors
wero present In Washington to-day.
Tho peoplo were not frightened until
they heard the rattlo oT signs and shiv-
ering of houses by tho tcrrlllo storm. It
kept getting worse and worse until the
largest nnd most substantial brick nnd
stono structures of thu city heaved to
nnd fro at the mercy of Hie steadily In-
creasing gnlo. Ilrlcks and beams roofs
fences and almost every conceivable
thing Hint could possibly be wrenched
lose How through the air scattering
dentil nnd destruction everywhere. For
eight minutes tho disastrous work went
on. Muslohall was llllul with people
attending a Salvation army meeting
nml as a portion of tho roof nnd celling
ell In n disastrous panic and stampede
was prevented with the greatest dllll-
culty. .A list or the killed has al-
ready been sent nnd no others have been
Among tho Incidents of the disaster
was thu blowing of tho house or W.
Thorp to pieces or out of sight. The
three occupants wero dropped across
tho street with only Mrs. Thorp severe-
ly bruised. The others had but slight
hurls. 'I ho house cannot bo found.
The Limn has received an Invitation
to attend Madame Virginia Donaldson's
grand medal hop to tako place at San
Pedro Springs on Monday evening Sep-
tember II :
1. Polka (long step.)
2. Military schottlsch.
II. Stop polka.
0. Jolly girl landers.
LIST Or COMrKTITOR.
Ladles Miss Harriet Stroymeycr as-
sisted by William Holt; Miss Kmma
Wollrom assisted by Lesllo Lelande;
Miss Sophie Hantleben assisted by Owen
Truax; Miss Josephine Sell'el assisted
by Wm. Nixon: Miss Mettle Connoly
Miss Katie Holt assisted by Master
Hnsenburg; Miss Minnie Wagner as-
sisted by Walter Connolly
Gents Thomas Qarvln assisted by
Miss Annie Nixon; Wm. Iloefgen as-
sisted by Miss Fannlo Ilurnctte; A.
Lockwood assisted by Miss Emma
Hoefllng; F. Schaezlcr assisted by Miss
Antonio Ilriam; John Lawrence assisted
by Miss Minnie Zachrlcs; Jessie Darnall
assisted by Miss Lillle Zachries.
John Lawrence and L. Lelande Re-
Thomas Garvin and William Hoergen
William Hoergen leader of Grand
William Nixon leader of Medal Dane-
The following business was transacted
In the District court this morning:
Guttapercha Paint company vs. Iluth
A Vollbrecht et als suit on note. Dis-
missed for want of prosecution.
San Antonio National bank vs. Jacob
Soiucrs and Ed. Llndahl. Judgment for
Yancey & Foster vs. Alamo Ice com-
pany garnishment. L. White granted
leave to Intervene.
San Antonio Ice company vs. D. M.
Krause suit on account. Judgment lor
K. C. Long vs. P. Warner and P. W.
Thommle. Judgment for plaintiff.
San Antonio Ice company vs. Tobln
Canning company garnishment. Judg-
ment against garnishee.
II. Faust vs.. A. H. lllondln appeal
from Justices' court dismissed.
Adele Ilesslros vs. M. N. Knox et. nl.
trespass to try title. Dismissed for
want of prosecution.
II. M. heck with vs. John Walker ap-
peal from Justices' court. Dismissed
for non-cotnnllance with nile for costs.
A. M. Sheldon et al. vs. W. U. Waugh
pnange oi venue to Diarr county. Jung
mcnt for defendant.
Henrr T. Henlev vs. Chas. II. Nash.
suit on notes and foreclosure of vendor's
lien. Judgment for plalntltr.
Tho only cigarettes which do not
suck 10 iue tips are upera runs
TEXAS TOILET TRIFEE
MANLTAlTfltlU) FW.M.V II V
J. A. SELBY & CO.
P. O. Box 1 24 Galveston Texas.
If "ln-aut) U'cmlr skin ilef p" thrn It I Miilnenlljr iiecpsnary that th skin shouM 1 wHl
and Jinllt'luiisl cartel for. Ilfiriiis1nir tliU im wit inn Indira aro constantly sorklnjr some
imtlil liv whu-h ti purirt and l-viitjtjfjr- tin skin 'sp4vlalhr that of iho hands and face and
iniiHiiint upon this anxiety inanynoMriiiufl haw Wvt fnltu-d upon them by the ihw power
if ndwrtlnlniri liut thi-rc Is no loittrrr nny np0 for dlnnppoiittnient or distrust aa after lonir
utility and itnuiv prm-tUnl tests theTllXAH Till r.KT Tltlf'I.H tiasprmed to be a perfect Tah
mi Kiih'ki.k CttAiHc-miu Aftn Hal IlKM'TiriKit reiiioflnir llfolehes. Pimples and Illem-
Uhes from the Hkln. and while fHiisinir 11 to 1-cmiin as soft and Usutlful at n Infant' yet
muses no detriment to heiillh. s a pnmf that It Is perfectly harmless a dessert spoonful
taken Internftllj nets only as a mild laialhe. As an addition in a ladles' toilet outfit It Is In-
estimable nnd Is hothliiir more or less ihau what It Is represented to lc. It la always noon
1.1 Hie Ix-tt of
full lv. U.I II nr.. iN liiiriwiMiliinlli nw lii.l
nl HI-TV I CNTH I'HII HUITIX. Sli..nll )iu
i..r..M rnia ii n. i we win nr ur.i Honour wuinw.
Harry L. Fowler Aaonlfor Snn Antonio 14 W.Houston St.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 50 Cents.
lie Greatest of
Monday Sept. 14th.
FALL OF 1885.
To the Dry Goods Trade of San Antonio and Western Texas.
Hilling-nrranired Willi Messrs. IlKH Aslir.linn.1 MlK (iitkniirihiii. of Han Antonio lo
n-pn-iM'tit us lu lli'Mi-riiTetitN. we Inke ileti.ure In lurormliiir ynu Hint they luivo oiiene.1 an
ineo Bii.l SAMPLE HOOM AT 274 COMMEHCE STHEET Han Antonio
liiiMialte lnkwiMNl nml Kaiiiiiiiiliin s finuk) with n
Full Line of Samples of Dry Goods
Notions Boots Shoes and Hats
Where Ihry ran ii1wiiIh. fnilii.1. They will cull on ni In iluo time Willi samples. We trust
lull will either en nhutn with or ri M riu mlr nnlcrn fur them. We appreciate your
liii.iiii-MHii.l lull ill liTiiilnnl In eollll'Utii It nml feel mull. Ii'iit Hint an Inspection of our
extensile line nr niiiupU'fl will weure fur us a fulr share nr tho trailo or Hnn Anumln and
western Tcsna. Any rutins shown Mer Aiiier A Uiicuhcliucr hy our rrlcmts anil cus-
t cis will In. .Inly H.rt-clitUtl. Vourn truly
LEON & H. BLUM Galveston. Texoa.
No. 4 East Commerce Street will remove
to his new building No. 262 and 264 East
Commerce Street and is selling out his
entire stoch ofCooliing and Heating Stoues
Must Have Room.
Fur his Full and Wlnfcr Stock to Arrlvo during the next ThlrtyJDays
All Goods Marked Down.
Tho Largest Dry Goods and Clothing Houso in West Texas.
Kid Gloves Hosiery and Laces
His Stock or Kid gloves Is very large. Also all kinds or Silk and I.lsle Thread
(1 loves Ladles' and Children's tine .Silk Lisle Thread Ualbrlggan and Cotton
Hose In endless variety. Also n very Irrge stock ofnll Kinds of Laoes.
The Millinery Department.
This department Is under a llrst-class French milliner who will plcaso the
of all. All the latest styles and tnnkes of lionnets nnd Hats. Ostrich Flumes
Tips ltlbhons and Trimmings will be found there.
Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Etc.
The summer stock of clothing Is very large and embraces In the Latest pat
terns Trlncc Albert Cutaway 1'ongee Silk Seersucker Linen and Alapaca 8ult
for lion and lloys. A very large and completo stock of Ladles' .Misses' Men's
and lloys Shoos and Hoots. A full line or Stetson felt Hats Straw Hats and Caps.
Finest Furniture and Carpets.
His Furniture Department la complete with household goods and he will suit
everybody In this lino. Among other Ooods we And Flush Farlor Suits Mohair
Farlor Suits Walnut and Ash lledrooui Suits Wardrobes Chairs Body Brassels
and Ingrain Carpets Hugs Matting Curtains Window Shades and FAo.
Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
D3?"Send for Samples.
MAIN FLAZA AND ACEQUIA HTItEET.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
II ran I
MUMtliiU II wr!
i direct rnrloslntr I'ostal
ih-iteil in mite merchants cull on us and eiamlno
ASHER ir OPPENHEIMER.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 215, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1885, newspaper, September 10, 1885; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth163266/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .