The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 218, Ed. 1, Monday, September 14, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
BEST PREVENTATIVE OF CHOLERA I
A Dose Of
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V. Number 218.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS" MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
For All Kinds Of
A Untile Of
Harry Baum's Whiskey.
Just Kccclvcd ! Tlio largest anil
Tho Finost SjlJ
We dci-Ira also cull spcclnl nttontlon tlint wo curry llic most elegant slock of
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our I.ndles dress goods dopnrtiiient every variety of tlio Intest stjlos nnd
(interim can lie seen. An Inflection U nuked by our Inily onstoincrs.
" SMITH & CO.
IfM'lVKW'iOIH T W II. XMITII
Fire Marine $ Tornado Insurance
wr tii:piirst:NT Tiironii.i.o mo iii:i.ia iii.i: uompanium:
Nnrl1i.ru A.urnnr Cmiipmy of Mnglillid I .3fltino
I'ommerrlal Union Aimirmira ! iiipmiy of i:nel lo-JMOIM
Imperial Fir. Iinuirmice Umnpmiy of Ihigl nl ' H. 77000
I.iiirilllre!l r.nii Company .f . I :..K t.l.i . t " II3KJ
rhuMili AMiimiico Company of llnaland " S.nin.BOH
lu.iiranr Company of North ;Alimrlcii of rlillndrlpula 0071000
I'lin-nll Insurance Cmnpiitiy of llnrtrurd t'otiii " 4S3ftOI
l-h.eliln lnniirliceUmpny.f llrnntclyi N. V .1749030
Ainrrlimi Central luuriic fmiipmiy of 1 1 Ionia Mn I.IHII.UKI
Over Rlsche's Cigar Store 275 Commtrce Street. Telephone Mo. 185.
madi: iiv tih: .
SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO.
310 020 and 332 South Floros Stroot.
San Antonio Texas.
Main and Military rkzas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Con vrn lent In li us I lies
J. H. HARQUART
CRESCENT CITYOOT Hill SHDEMANDFACTQRY
I hnvo nn luinil llvo liuiulreil of tlio following ft J leg of lino hnnd nnil linnie mnile
goods: Prince Albert Calf tlie Oxford Tie. lino Calf low inter Strap Tie Three
Huttnti Oxford Kid nnil Newport tie Kill nil of tliem low punier goods which will
I m noli! nt tlio reduced rnte of five dollars per pnlr.
Will sell you n Hoot or Shoo Home nml Hand Made. My stock l superior to
anv In I lie State. Ten thousand dollars worth of rendy linnil mnile goods to lie
closed out nt prices lower than lieretofuro known. Tills oirer Is for the next 30
ilnys. Cnll curly nml be convinced.
Pino Custom Work a Specialty. No. 17 Solodad st. op. Courthouse
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Wholesale and Retail.
Thomas Goggan & Bro.
Galveston and San Antonio
! for C'ntaloifiio of Trloiv
K. 8MMAN0 A HAMPHb.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
A u.l At
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
taJ-Lunch and Meals at all hours. Kvcrythlng sorved In First-Clan Style.
Follto waiters In attendance. 7-is-Cm
llnest selected stock of IIoy and
f. w. McAllister & bro.
2(11 201 AND 205 S. ALAMO ST. COS. VILUTA
8AN ANTONIO TKXAH.
Wo are Wholesale nnil Itetnll Dealers In Auitln
Wlillu Mine Hint llramli of Hark llosondnto anil
Imimitei! i:iiRllli porllnml CVnieiim Planter of
Paris ami lnur float Hair ami wouM ask vou lo
call nr wrlle us Uit prices before purchasm. else
where. I'leiian mcinllon this paper.
Exciting Humors of a Revolution
to Bogin To-day.
The Five Northern States of Meiiso to I
Secede and Probably Annei to
the United States.
Kxclllng news lull) Ink through tho
cltr to-dny In regard to a threatcred
revolution In Northern Mexico. It la
said that the Federal government Is to
put Monterey anil the State of Nuevu
I-etm under martial law and appoint a
provlilonnl military governor tho iniiio
ns has been governing Coahiilin for scv-
ernl months. This Is to tnke place to-
day. Uiiinor line It that (lenrrals Tre-
vlno and Nnranjo have resolved to
resist such iisurpntlun by tho Federal
authorities nml that they have already
some 2000 adherents In the Sleir.t
Mailing near by and Hint In the event
that the attempt be made to appoint a
military governor tho said military
chiefs will pronounce and light for. the
Independence and civil liberty of their
Thero Is a further rumor that all the
Northern Mexican States are n unit In
tho resistance to Federal encroachment
mid usurpation; nnil that In the event
that sueli extreme measures are forced
on the people of Nuevo l.eon Hint So-
nora Chihuahua Coaliulla and proba-
bly Tampnullpas will Join the revolu-
tion ami light for Independence. It Is
further stated Hint should they prove
too weak to lunlntnln their Individuality
they will probably ask ndmlslon Into
the American Union preferring tho
American rule equal taxation ami local
government to the oppressive and
tyranleal military rule to which they
are now subjected. Just what credit Is
to be placed In tho above rumor It U
Impossible to sny nt this hour but one
thing Is certain the Northern Mexican
States nre very restive under the pres-
ent oppressive arbitrary military rule
and especially do they protest towards
the recognition of what Is known as the
Kngllsli debt considering It a grand in-
justice and a big steal. To tlinno who
nre most familiar with matters In North-
ern Mexico a movement like the above
would not bo a very great surprise and
with such 'men as Trovlno nnil Naraujo
at the head of a revolution tiie chnnces
of Its success would be very fair.
Tho Third Texas Regiment
Tho lllllsboro Mirror says: in the
San Antonio I.innr of the "til Instant
we find the announcement of the death
of Major J. II. Kamninann one of the
wealthiest citizens of that city. In the
death of this Industrious honest and
wealthy citizen San Antonio loses a
man that has done as much as any other
to develop that city and Southwestern
Texas. We wero always nn admirer ol
Major Kampmann from the first day wo
ever saw him marching nt the head of ns
lino a company of men 100 strong Into
old Fort Drown at Ilrownsvllle on the
ltlo Grande In 1SC1 where he was at-
tached to tho Third Texas Infantry
then under command of Colonel E. 1'.
Luckett. The Captain took such inter-
est In bis company that although tho
men were quite green upon their arri-
val In a few months It was the best
dressed best drilled and llnest looking
company of soldiers In the Confederate
service. Tho Lieutenant Colonel A.
Ilucbet wus tendered tbo Colonency of
the First Texas Cavalry which ho no-
cepted promoting Major S. 0. Newton
to Lieutenant Colonel and Captain
Kauipiiianii to Major lie served tho
Confederacy faithfully mado a good sol-
dier fought nobly at Jenken's Ferry on
the Saline In Arkansas where General
Steele was encountered nnd routed with
great loss. Ills men all loved him and
no one regrets more than the writer a
member of his regiment to bear the sad
announcement of bis death nnd that too
while absent from his home In Colo-
rado with his wife nnd daughter.
In Major Kampmann's death. brings to
memory the old Third Texas Iteglmcnt
whose olllcers aro now all beneath the
sod. Colonel Luckett died llrst; Lieu-
tenant Colonel Fairfax Grey next; then
Major Newton and now Major Kamp-
mann. Tbo Sergeant-Major Harry Jlc-
Cormack has also gone over the river
which leaves no regimental olllcer of the
old ICcgluient nllve to-day. Its first
Lieutenant Colonel A. lluckel ns brave
omcer .as ever laceu a roe. fell nt the
head oIJt regiment while making a
charge m the l'each Orchard tight con-
trary-uaiis own desire as it proved a
terrlblnlnllurennd slaughter without ac-
compllJdng anything but It was the
order of Dick Taylor he obeyed and
A Miraculous Escape.
Vestcnilay morning ns Mr. V. II.
Dcaton living at No. 611 West Com-
merce street was driving out of his
yard with a heavy wagon loaded with
about 1500 pounds of household goods
his little son Louis 2 years old ran to
the front wheel and attempted to climb
on the wagon. Mr. Denton. wIiobo at-
tention was ui his team did not see the
little fellow and be fell under the wheel
which passed over hi in from the left
shoulder to tlio right hip and down the
leg. The cry brought the mother who
picked up what sho supposed to be her
dead baby. He was carried to the bed
and Dr. Monger was sent for. The track
of the wheel was plainly Imprinted
across the child's back. The doctor
prescribed the proper remedies and In
less than an hour the child was up and
playing as If nothing bad happened.
He yet shows the marks of his adven-
ture but as far as his playfulness Is con-
cerned apparently no aocldent has ever
happened to fortunate little fellow.
lteporleil oxprrssljr for tho Limit by 8. 8.
Floyd & Co. 21 Holeilad streeti
New Voiik. September It Tottnu 8ks
Slenilyl inlil.lllmr luiie; sales Hotiulc. Km-
turesdiill) September 0 IHjW.lOi October 1)r
CUl.SI November IM0CW.MJ: Ilcccmlier VM
Ul.Mi January e.staiuili February (Uhili.TIl
Liyaiil'imi. September H.Cotton-8pnU
quiet: milium;. 7-IM; Orleans Mfit: sales
Nil) ljiilejl receipts lulu bales. Futuies
sternly: September-October 6J!I OctnUr-
NovcmW. &.IS1 Novcmboi-.lH-ccinli.ir s.lss
nccctiibcr-Jaiiuary 6.1i Januarrcbruary
CHifUtio .September 11-Wlieat actlvoi
October uio. Corn steady October 43o.
Pork qulcki October at 18.7SH. Lard dull:
October at n.aoo. Itoculpts-Whpat imuou
bushels! corn 8Dm bushels: boas 15.IIU
ea-h!Pme!'-Wlet JOI.OUU bushelsi
com SSI.uju bushels.
J. H. KAMPMANN.
The Funeral Yesterday of One of San
Yesterday afternoon tho remains ot
the late Major J. II. Kampmann were
eyed to their last resting place. At
one time owing to the delay In travel It
was not thought possible that Iho funeral
could take place before Monday but tlio
train eventually reached -San Antonio by
10:.'IO Jenterday morning ami It tvas de
cided to adhere to the original arrange-
ment. About 4::w p. m tcilcrday the
Kauipmann residence on Nacogdoches
street was surrounded by a croMilof
visitors many of whom entered the
bouse to view tho body. Ttiu cniket In
which the body reposed was literally
embedded In llowers of nil descriptions.
Towards . o'clock the number of visitors
increaied and soon after Illsliop Klllott
and Dean liiehardiion In their ecclesias-
tical vestments entered tho house Af-
ter n short period the hearse drawn by
four horses drew up before the gate
and presently with slow and reverent
steps tlio casket was borno from tlio
house to tho bearso by tbo following
gentlemen : Colonel J. 0. C. Lee Sur
geon Mill I li . j. Dcvlnc Kil Steves Mr.
A. II. Frank .lames II. French Charles
Hummel Dr. F. Ilerll' Sr.. Allien llrek-
maim C F. A. Iliiinmel Albert Steves
William Holt Otto Koehlcr M. Frtn-
born IVIIlard Simpson Sam Hell. Paul
Wagner Herbert Zork Uustnv (Jroos
K. II. Norton. I'lill Shnrdcln Dan Opoeii-
beliner K. HUcbe Sniu llennett nnd A.
W. Houston. As the casket was carried
from Iho house the KlghtliCavnlry baud
rendered Tie) el's hymn admirably. Im-
incdlntely following eniiio tho near rela-
tives of the deceased lobed In mourning
and nil visibly affected. Tlio corlego
then slowly moved lirecedcil by Iho
Klghlli Cavalry Hand. Tbo firemen
all turned out and followed next.
This body was followed by tho
Masons all wearing the Insignia of
olllcc nnd after them came the Ar-
bcllcr Vereln Tho band ns the proces-
sion slowly traveled to the cemetery
played " Webster's Funeral March."
All along the line of rond throngs of
people wero stnndlngun the sidewalks
watching tbo line of backs and vehi-
cles which wns certainly over half a
mile In length. On rcnchlng I'owdcr-
Home hill the procession moved toward
the Masonic cemetery where the de-
ceased millionaire's Inst resting ptneo
wns to be. Illsliop Klllott rend
the Episcopalian church service ns-
slslcd by Dean ltlchardson at tlio
conclusion of which tho Eighth Cavalry
band played "l'he lletter Land" and
then tbo Masonic ritual was said over
tho grave In a most Impressive manner
after which the lleethoven Maenncr-
chor sang a saered selection.
The casket on being lowered Into Its
mother earth was loaded with lovely
(lowers brought by friends and placed
upon the collln with sympathizing
hands. After a few lingering looks Into
tho grave the bereaved family wero led
to tbclr carriages nnd the others who
bad attended followed nil feeling a gen-
ulno sympathy for tho loss the Kamp-
mann family has sustained 111 losing Its
chief member nnd regret that
the city of Han Antonio has
lost one of Its best citizens.
8. E. lllchardson Insulting language
A. E. Hagen being drunk and dlsor-
ly fined $3.
Anthony Carroll disturbing tho pence
luunter Smith drunk and disorderly
M. do la Fuento drunk $.'.
William Illokey drunk 3.
It. It. Gilbert drunk continued.
l.eon Mnrlscnl drunk and disorderly
F. Yturblde. drunk. f..
Sam Itandall drunk and disorderly
Dan Weber beating and striking con-
Hunch Williams quarreling i
F. Mesa drunk $3.
Thomas Mlnter. drunk. S5.
Ilruno Hernandez Insulting Innguage
A. Tobias drunk nnd disorderly t'i.
S. Onroln drunk $.1.
M. Sharp drunk $.1.
Annie Hruce being n vngrant eon
Fannie Gregg nhiislvo and Insulting
F. W. Hlgglns drunk. $5.
A. McCnrty drunk $..
M. Alatorro drunk
lied Mitchell quarreling and lighting
T. J. White drunk. $3.
A. Calderon. drunk. S3.
Ike Periodical quarreling nnd lighting
Charles Wentzcl. drunk. $3.
Lou Hunter quarreling and lighting
Annie Itruco or Mnlllo Ilruah. a aim
pie-minded woman who lives on South
Flcres street was arrested yesterday
morning iiy uiucer o. -. jiartin in
Travis Park and was chanced with
vngrnncy. He teslllled Hint sho was
stopping every man who camo aloni:
and talking with them. Del enso will
lie Investigated to-morrow by Hie Itc
New Parade Grounds.
A contractor took out a gang of IK)
men mis morning lo clear on tlie urtisn
from the new parade grounds for caval-
ry and artillery which wns recently
purchased by the United States govern
ment and which Is located north of
uovernment tun and just east or tlie
waterworks reservoir and which com.
prises 210 acres. These men will be
paid $1.23 per dny and ns labor Is scarce
In the city there will probably be a
siiiitu booii among mem.
Barrett's Croat ClrcUi and Menagerie
This circus Is admitted to bo one of
mo greatest shows ever put upon the
road and the excitement which It Is
creating has seldom been equaled. The
show consists of a Triple Circus
World's Menagerie Museum Grand
Elevated Stage and llaclng Carnival. It
Is a perpetual round of nleasurei from
four to six acts going on at Hie same
time. The company of performers num-
bers something like 200 nnd Includes the
leaning specialists in equestrian gym-
and athletlo feats. The Museum of ruro
curiosities complete and should attract
the attention or nil. Take It all In all
this circus constitutes a delightful enter-
tainment and should be teen by all both
young and old. At San Antonio Octo-
ber 12th. San Francisco Keport July
31 ioqv '
ANOTHER CITIZEN DEAD.
Alderman Martin Muench Succumbs to
the Inevitable Last Night.
Atderinsn Martin .Munich who has
been very 111 for Hie past two weeks
with liver disease died last night at his
residence on Water street. The funeral
will take place In morrow afternoon
frourtho residence at L.10 o'clock.
Deceased wbs born In Oggershelm
Germany on the llblne May 27 Ktl
and was one of San Antonio's oldest and
most prominent citizens and was known
nd resiecled throughout Western
loins tor his noil-known principles of
onesty and fair dealing with all men.
Do came lo Texas and located In San
Antonio about thejear IS-VI and began
business Willi the lamented Mr. W. A.
llennett. with whom bo remained un lo
ami during tho war. While tho war
was in progress .ncsirs. iienneii v
Muench were engaged extensively In tlie
cotton qnd wool commission business
in jiexico. wnere no ainasscii n enu
merable fortune. Alter the war ho re-
iirned to San Antonio nnd engaged In
he same business produce nml com
mission nnd met with reverses which
swept away the major portion ol his for-
tune. Ho saved hlmiclf however by
pieuging ins exiensivo property in
which ho had Invested and began life
a poor mnn again. At tbo tlmo of his
iicatu wiiiio not neing eonruiereil
wealthy liu left his famllv 111 comforta-
ble circumstances and left a name for
honesty nml Integrity which will long
remain In tho memory of his friends. In
1H73 ho wns elected a member of tho
Clly Council and represented his ward
until isil. when ha withdrew from his
chnlr only to bo ngnln called by his
constituents Inst year.
Tho Council meets this afternoon to
adjourn In respect to Ids memory and
win niicmi ins itinerai to-morrow auer-
noon In n body.
iiarun aincncu Jr. is now nnsent in
Milwaukee but Is exnecled to arrive In
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
The Han Anrunln Utiles team for
tho Volksfest competition go Into quar-
The Helknnn Hides will tmraile In
the procession of Hie Mutualism society
to the Springs to-morrow evening.
1 lie funeral of tho Into .1. II. Lamp-
aim was admirably conducted tester-
terday by Messrs. Ilergstruui .V Gray.
An assignment has been mado by
Casslns M. Klngsley to George It. Sulli-
van. Amount of assets and liabilities
Near Itascn. on the Missouri Pacific
railway a train ran Into a larm wagon
and killed tho driver nnd one of the
liorscs Inst Saturday.
.Messrs. Ileckwlth nnd MoFnrland.
who stnrted overland for Now Mexico
last Spring returned to-dny by rail.
iiiey uau n spienuiu lime.
Tho County Commissioners met this
morning. Their time wns occunled In
examining Hie Assessor's report until
me adjournment mo report will Do
taken up again this nflernoon.
I he election of n guard nt tho court-
homo In place of tho lata William
vt eyel will not take plaoo until Decem-
ber. The present Incumbent will be al
lowed to fill the position.
It is a remarkable fnct thnt nil tho
gentlemen concerned In straightening
tho Menger hotel dllllculty are now dead
viz. J. II. Kampmann Mr. Hoerner
Martin Muench and Judge Itosenhelmcr.
Mathilda Hrlcc. a young ladr. died
at Mr. Hates' residence on Aiistlnstrcet
this morning. Her remains will be
shipped to New Orleans her former
home tuts evening ny carter .v. Mullaly.
A little girl was brought In to Dr.
iiraunnagct on nuniiay morning irom a
ranch about eight miles from town suf
fering from tho bite of a rattlesnako on
tne leit arm. on unuay evening l)r
Hraunnagel reported her condition seri-
ous. The San Pedro crossing on Cevallas
street. F'lrst ward Is In a horrible condi-
tion and many complaints arise from It.
Vehicles and animals attempting to
cross It aro bogged In tho mud and as
the banks on eltner side are very pre-
cipitous It Is especially dangerous at
A general meeting of tho cricket
club win take place tins evening nt tin
headquarters. No. 10 Ilium street. Hul
ness of the greatest Importance is to be
discussed and It Is necessary that all
tbo members should be on hand by 8
o cioqk prompt.
The Inhabitants of Seventh street
are complaining bitterly of the Juvenile
base-ball nuisance which Is In fiill blast
In this thoroughfare every day. Yes-
teruay a uau new anu sirucK a norse on
the side or tlio ueatt a violent blow inak
lng tho animal unmanageable.
The Fashion band will parade this
afternoon at 4 o'clock ' their new uni-
forms which aro very elegant. Thov
are made of Indigo bluo cloth and pro-
fusely trimmed with gold and silver
cord. They are made by the llrm of
iienuerson v son oi l-niiatieipiua.
C. A. Clifford Chairman of the
Volksfest Military committee met the
representatives of the Military compan-
ies hcio Saturday evening nnd Informed
them thnt the Volksfest olllclals had de-
cided to adopt tbelrorlglnal Intention in
regard to tho nrl.o drill that of navlnir
their pro rata of expenses of all visiting
Mrs. Margarita Klpps aged 70 years
died this morning at 0 o'clock at her rcs-
Idencu on East San Saba street. De
ceased was a resident of San Antonio for
the past -10 years anil was well-known
by all our cftlzt ns. Her two sons Jacob
and Fred Hlrms. remain to mourn her
loss. The funeral Is delayed to allow her
son r reel who is aoseni io arrive
A woman boarded tho train at Tav
lor yesterday with a 'd-weeks old baby In
her arms. Soon after she left the train.
forgetting (?) her baby. Some of the
boys found It backed the train two
miles hunted her up and gave the baby
to her but she refused to tako It claim-
ing It was not hers. She was finally
persuaueu io receive u.
Irish National League
On Saturday evening a meeting of the
American Irish National league San
Antonio branch took nlace at Mover's
hall. An eloquent speech on the Irish
question was delivered by Judge
Peter Shields which was followed by
some pertinent remarks by Postmaster
J. P. Newcomb. Several now members
were enrolled and arrangements made
for tho lUerary committee to provide
literary entertainments as snnn . th
auestlon or a permanent hall has been
eclded. Theru were about 40 members
TEXAS; TOILET TBIFLE
( ft Kf I AT Eft Kb
MANrFACTUHKh WH.KU IIV
J. A. SELBY & CO.
P. O. Box 1 24 Galveston Texas.
If "lieauly bo only skin deep" Ihen It Is eminently necessary tbst tho skin should bo welt
d Juitlelmialy esri.l for. Id-coirniElliir Mils MIIUt!i Indies sra eim.Unlly seeking some
llii.l lv olilch In piirllyaud In-miUty I lie skin especially thatoflhc hand and raeo and
n.iiiiiclil liiMii Mil. nn tli.tr innttviKwIriiin. hnvi lM--n fnl.fi.l il inin I hon tvth0hfr ixiwpr
of adierll.liiiri but there I. mi lotiircr any hrcd for dlMpitnlntmcnl or distrust as arter inna
study nnd ninny pro. Ileal n .!. the TKXAH TolLKT TIM f 1.1'. has proved I" In a perfect Tan
Uhes mnn Hi.- Hklu nnd while eulisllnt It to
liken Inl'i'riiHU) '!ul' only a"a uilld U taihe. As an addition io Indies' lolkl nutnt Uls In.
stlmnble. nml In luithlutr more or Im. thnn wlmt It I. represented to be. IT IS At.wnra 00.111
the irrcntent (
id the heat of
-r or tin. II
.Vile for t
id we will forward It lo)o
Hnrry L. Fowler. Agent for
Sold by all Druggists.
icham. p.. iiMMirrr.)
Life on the Border.
Monday Sept. 14th.
PALL OF 1885.
To tho Dry Goods Trade of San Antonio and Western Texas
JUslniritrniniMH Willi Mcmi. IIkn A mi tit ntnl Mikk OrrrtHKiMRii or Hull Antonio to
rrt.rentJliL 11 in i-nliTTl Tctfli. w tuki liU'iimirn In Inriirinlnir vnu thnt lhfr hnvii ntionml an
oiik-u ar..l SAMPLK HOOM AT .NO.
(opiKwitu UK'kwiHwl it 1 nl hutijpumtiii bunk)
Full Line of Samples of Dry Goods
u Ihey can alwan In found. They will call
.III ellher cimuiiutiicato with or reserve
essiind him determined to cultivate II
lie line of sniiiplen will secliro for us a
i-nteril Tevns. Any favors shown Jlwri. A.her opiienhelmurbyourfrlenils nnd cus-
mem will Im duly npprcclali-d. Yours truly ' 1
LEON & II. BLUM. Onlveston TexaB.
Itcfcrrlng lo the nUiic we Mould be plca.cd to Hate merchants call onus and oiamlne
inples now oin ii ASIIER & OPPENHEIMER.
No. 4 East Commerce Stteet 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.
For his Fall anil Winter Stock to Arrive durlnj the noxt TtilrtyJDays
All Goods Marked Down.
Tho Largost Dry Goods and
Kid Gloves Hosiery and Laces
Ills Stock or Kid gloves Is very largo. Also all kinds of Silk and Llslo Thread
Gloves .miles' nnd Children's line Silk Lisle Thread. Ilalbrlggan and Cotton
Hose In endless variety. Also a very Irrge stock orall Kinds of L.oes.
The Millinery Department.
This department Is under a llrst-class French milliner who will pleaso the
"'""All the latest styles nnd makes or Honncts and Hats Ostrich riumes
Hps lllbbons and Trimmings will be found there.
Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Etc.
The summer stook of clothing Is very large and embraces In the Latest pat
terns Prince Albert Cutaway Pongee Silk Seersucker Linen and Alapaca Suits
ror Men and Hoys. A very large and complete stook or Ladles' Misses' Men's
and Hoys Shoos and Hoots. A full line of Stetson rolt Hats Straw Hats and Caps.
Finest Furniture and Carpets.
His Furniture Department Is complete with household goods and he will suit
everybody In this line. Among other Goods we nnd Plush Parlor Suits Mohair
Parlor Suits Walnut and Ash Hedroom Suits Wardrobes Chairs llody UrasseU
and Ingrain Carpets Uugs Matting Curtains Window Shades and Kto. - "
Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfaciion Guaranteed.
ttCsSend for Samples.
MAIN PLAZA AND-ACEQUIA STItKET.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
biinimn ns soft nnd N-nullfut ns no Infant's yet
t-l In Its mnnulnrturo under tho
i mini Iml es wlm hnvo
fihlnlncl from any leadlmr llmss-lit
Son Antonio 14 W. Houston SU
Price 50 Cents.
271 COMMEHCE STHEET an Antonio.
Shoes and Hats
on you In duo tlmo with samples. Wo trust
your orders rue them. Wo appreciate jour
and feel eonOdent that an Inai-ctlon of our
fair share of Iho trnda of Hsn AnUinlo and
Clothing Houso in West Toxas.
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