The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 260, Ed. 1, Monday, November 2, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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Dengue Fever Foiled
"Red Cross" Whiskey
GUARANTEED USE ITI
Harry Baum & Co
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V. Number 260.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1885.
Only $5 a Year
The San Antonio
FALL And WINTER
.lint Kccelved: '1 lip largest and finest selected Hock of Boys and
H GUI'S; HCLOTHISGg
We dcrlre nlso mil special attention. Hint wn carry tlio most elegant Hock or
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
In our Lndlosdrr.ss goods deparlinenl over variety of the lnlwt stj los mill
patents enn be seen. An Inspection In asked liy our lady customers.
Mjin and Military Plans San Antonio Tens
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR.. PROPRIETOR.
enknt lo I'tifln
r with ltt nwHnmtMRHontJ.
J. H. HARQUART
rRovmrron oir -run
No. I 7 Soledad Street. Opposite Courthouse.
i;iiv mutr.t ami iiaiti:ii-
or the lines! nml lnrirel
litoCAl.l'II.AI HANI) lit 'TWIN i Midi: ANI
.At I! AMI 111 TICS i tIAI'll'.ltS Oil (lltAIN (luce mi.l l.aitlon)
Hni- sr ed work k specially
ut reduced rates. These sot
GEO H KAlTEYER B J. MAUEnKSns W. E. JONES. C. BAMDlKfaEII
prtllil.nl. Secrtiary. Supt. Manager.
Alamo Portland and Roman Cements Coment Walks and Grey Limo
Hydraulic Lime and Building b'one also Uealors in Imported
Wliltc (.Imp. Ilulr I'l.mter ami Clihniit-y Klu
in tliui'iiiiMructlou or Hit New Stato t'ltpttnl.
'iiii'iioiippH Ntw. aff u ml at t AcfQiila HtrtTt. Worku
f.w. McAllister &BRO.
SO' 103 AND 205 S. AtAMO ST.. LOR. Y1UITV
SAN AMO.HII TKXAS.
Wo nre Wholesale nml Itctall Donlirsin Austin
While Limo. Heat llinnils at Dark ItoBomlulo ami
Imported Kngllsti Portland Cements Plaster of
Purls nnd Long (loat IIhIt. nn wonut ask vou to
cull or wrllo us for prices toforu pmcltusii'K ilso
where. Please mention this pat cr.
Oyotcrs Fitjh and. Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurant
Scholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce end Lo3oya Streets.
L0iT: STAR & PACIFIC SALOON
Opposite tlio Passongcr Depot on Austin Street.
Constantly on hand u good supply of Flue Imported nnd Domestic Liquors
Wines and Cigar. 1'ollte and attvutlvj barkeepers. Kverything Ilrst-class In
JOHN GUHMANN Proprietor.
ALL KINDS AND EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE
AT THE LIGHT OFFICE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND EVERY IN-
FORMATION PROMTLY GIVEN.
OFFICE 210 EAST COMMERCE STREET.
TOI & YOUNG
NO. 41 SOLEDAD STREET
SAN ANTONIO - TEXAS.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKER?.
Tha Great Weslurn Iniurancs Co. or Toronto.
Springfield Firs and Marine Insurance Co.
The Hlbernla or New Orlaani La
Tha Lion or London.
Tha Call Tern of Trier
3-9-1 m Tha Houiton Inlnranea Co
A. S. CH5YALIER.
Lawyer Collector Notary PdWIc
43 Boledad Street
SAN ANTONIO - . TKS
i ratca at Iho Light JobOlooo
Oauvi.v Wise Co. Tex March 2 1 Wl.
Icasrs. Jlorley llic. Austin Tcxnsi
GKxri.KMnN Send mo three dozen of
our t-a-s Ague Tonlo at onco. I
ave sold every bottlo I received from
you ami guaranteed it to cure nml I"
has never failed in a single Instance.
lours truly w. p. stutter.
Hold by F. Kalteyer A Son.
What Can OaDone
By trying again and keenlnir un coup
age many things seemingly Impossible
may bo attained. Hundreds of hopeless
cases of Kidney and J.lvcr Complaint
have been cured by Klectrle Hitlers af-
ter everything else had been tried In
vain So don't think (hero Is no cure
for you but try Kleclrlo Hitters. Thero
Is no medicine so safe so pure and so
perfect a Wood Purlller. Klectrlo Hitters
will euro Dyspepsia Diabetes and an
Diseases ;ol the Kidneys. Invaluable III
allectlons ot Stomach and l.lver and
overcome uu urinary jjiucukics.
A New Restaurant.
Mr. Christian Krehenbuthl who kept
tho ''Schwolzer House. on Snledad
street has leased the premises formerly
known as the Vienna Itestaurant No.
207 West Commerce street. Mrs Kre-
benbuehl Is well-known us a llral-class
provider and In rvopenlug this restau-
rant luviles nil her old Irlends iiiifLtlio
publlo generally to give her a call. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Itf-lD-lm
The Saturday Dltcoro at tho Temple
Saturday morning at the Temple Beth
Kl the llev. Dr. !wlnthal delivered a
very Inlcreillng dlaoourse. The rotor-
end gentleman aelected a hla text.
Isaiah xxUII. . lie said:
Tho prophet had rtlllli ully In exdln-
Ing the relative degrees of piinMiinent
he had In predict to larael and the na-
tions. Israel was to be ohaatlsed Tor lis
constant unra'lhfulneas to the W ser
vice of the one Uod; the nathn were to
be chaillicd for the criu li) and ii runny
they exercised njralnat llioeomparnllvely
defenscleas thronen of Samaria and Je-
rusalem. There was to be however a
difference In their chastisement. Aetrla
and llahylon the proud in'alres.e. of
the Orient were themaeHes to be tiinn-
bled by new masters. Hill Ibis ainoiinlcd
niere'y to a change In the iimtlir of who
should reeehu tho taxes and imposts
pressed from tho people. Hut for Israel
It was not only an alien master in place
of a native one It was the enforced
adoption of n heathen worship in plane
or worshipping the one true God. It
was tho dcstrucllon of their retoreiul
temple and worship and bodl'.v exile
from their homes possession and their
fathers' graves. Now why was this
grinding fato reserved for these 'hiei
ones tho possessors of revealed truth
reaching the very roots of tho nation
when tho profeorsof heathen frlvolii)
and folly er but supertlclallv pun-
The prophet. Isaiah gives lis the ex-
planation he finds n grain of comfort in
a familiar si lie. lie n: I'util'h-
mcnt Is like to the threshing of
grain. It removes the hull it ml
husks of vices nnd shortcoming from
the true seeds. Not all seed. need tho
same amount of force for Iheesh.ti
Fennel and Cumin thresh essily. Ii
these are comparatively worthless. The
more valuable Kernels such as the
Cereals need heavy Instrument.! to t
the hulls npart: bread corn has to bo
crushed and so It Is with Ihe olm.tlrc
ment of nations. Idolatrous nations are
the Fennel and ('mule iiselul lu their
nny hut of temporarj nnd aecmiilarv
value in the advancement or mankind.
Thefc arc lightly threshed for their
niirltv Is not essential nut Israel tin
world's "bread oorn." possessing tin
soild sustenance of triilh mut be heav
ily and thoroughly threshed for every
grain and kernel of the truth Is inot
precious. The Iron teeth must pass i
repass amid the straw a; the heavy wli
ihu tramtilhu; hoofs must inuvo over It
again nnd again before tho pine bright
seed is lit for the world's sustenance. It
Is not threshed forever never threshed
so as to be destroyed.
This proces with Israel has gone on
since Isulnh's time Hv the unlets ol
llabrloii where wo wept for the torltiro
or exile Israel left much of the ohall' of
Idolatrous Inclination which hud
brought on that exile. Stria and Kirypt
were the next thrckhlng Instruments run
over us and In the times of the Asmoii-
cans they tore tho Inst ehredsof Idolatry
Irom us. Homes mailed nuoei
next moved overus. stripping away tin
chart of military ntnlrnllon of banker.
ins after political power and lefi us the
precious kernels of the ethical and r llg-
lous truths rormulatcil ny our raoin
And still the teeth passed over us again;
bread corn must bo threshed and In I lie
barbarism of the middle nges many an
Imperfect grain was sifted away. And
to-day the process continues. Mob vio-
lence 111 llussla legislative violence in
lioumanln olllcial violence In North
Africa popular prejudice In Onnnny.
Incessantly the te tli p.stiui'l icpa.
Incessantly the heavy wheel roll ov. r
us. Bread com must be threshed till
perfect shriveled kernels lull! sepnrato
Irom us; mistaken Ideas foollrh resent-
ments nil must f ill away. Let us aid
the process. Let us nut .iwav such
husks and hulls which are so luiieh for-
eign matter; let in beware of volunta
rily adopting nny. le.t ne Mreuaiiien
the winnowing process. Let in speed
by generous asslslancu the educational
Improvement of our brethren In seml-
barbnrous lands to enable them to re-
nove their disabilities themselves liy
nlrltiial education niunug ourselves let
us lit American Israel to become no un-
worthy portion of the world' breid
corn. Let us clean the seed even be-
neath the heavy wheel of prejudice for
"not forever dolh one thresh II: for
though ho drive over It. wagon wheel
and horses he will not altogether crush
Decorating tho Craves.
The cemeteiles were lllled yesterday
and to-dny with mourners hnvlnt; de-
parted relatives Interred In this sacred
ground and many graves wero deco-
rated. The Catholic cemetery on the
west side ot tho cltv. received Part cii-
An Open Statement.
It was openly slated around Iho First
ward polling place Saturday last that
Mr. Bnrnnrd was tho attorney lor the
Water works company. Tho oily and
county rings tried to boost hint Into
otllce nnd the question why did they do
this? Was It to aid tho water works?
To Buy tho Water-Works and Presont
Thorn to tho City.
Few persona can form an Idea of Ike
extent of the water-works monopoly In
this city. Under the present oppressive
conirnet Itli the water-works company
tha oily now paya at the rata of $20123
a year for lb use of tin hj drams while
the acttid I ss from lire will hardly
reucli half that amount. This contract
has et 1H tears In run which would
amount to $:UI2'.'.SI should Ihe number
of hydrants not Increase In that lime;
but It Is fair to presume that tbey will
Iniihled at least and that the elty
mil iibv Ihe water-wotks noinnnnv the
urn of fftUO.OUUto I7ISI.UIU. at least be
fore the expiration or the contract.
Then the city will have to pav for Ihe
forks providing II win ts to rid Itself
f Ibis excessive expense w hh'h a fair
calculation would put lo at least $1-
there is a Renileinan Inlhlscliy who
proposes that the ally buy the works
no men no win pay me inieresi on
tin bonds and tha oluklng fund
ml tnrn It over to Ihe cltv fne
of cost at the end of .Hi years he asking
only tho privilege to continue tho pres
ent water rate in private ronsiiuieis.
Ily this means the clly would g t the
use ol the water for lire protect Ion and
parks and public buddings free anil Ihe
waterworks at Ihe end of 3" jiars
w Ithout puv I tig out one cent.
Hie po.atmiity or sum a proposition
being made and carried out plainly
show a the Immensity ol Ihe water-works
SIMMS & SAMUELS - - - -
ONiVXVX A.NTONIO. . . .
-K S Moltd N
Monday. Toosiay and Wednesday Novemner 2 3 aid 4 IS
' I. in. Milium el s ii. in . - illi Liirij l).l)-' v ernloil or the
Conversation by Wire
l II ltiTI It" 11V Till'.
Mil MOLLIE BARRY
monopoly of Ibis city anil Ifaald party
can make money in carrying out his
proposition is it not almost criminal lor
A tall man na ed tinnier was nrresicd
by Officer Williams Saturday night for
being a vagrant. He begged inc icy
from Mr.Opperinann on South Laredo
street and as he was pretty well
dressed this In Itself looked suspicious.
By a mistake be was lined $3 this morn-
ing for being drunk.
A certain ) nung ladles' man ol the First
ward who kept his girl out rather too
late at a dance Saturday night on es-
corting her home found that her parents
had locked Iho doors on Diem l'hcy
were compelled to sit on Ihe front gal-
lery In the cold for several hours until
Mr. Secllio Ousman and Miss Mnrira-
rlta Cassias who live In Ihe vicinity of
uie jueuinn eiopeu one uay last wi en
and were married at I'lpnsuntnn. l'l.ev
then returned home the latter part of
uio neck nehcu ami ouiaineit lorgivt-
ness from the bride's nareuts. and all Is
row happiness nnd smooth sailing for
me young ioiks. i uo oriue s parents it
is uuucisiouu uro very vveu-to-uo.
Interesting local news will be found
on third page.
authorities to continue the
present ruinous contract with said com-
pany and why should not Ihe city run
It on Its own account and get the bene-
lit or the water supply? 'Ihe prollts to
bo derived from the waler-works and
what could be saved froinjitdraht rent
would establish and maintain n sysleni
of sewerage I lint would place Ibis city
ahead of any other In the South and
there might l.e a little left for street Im-
Coo.l Attendance at tno Various Placos
ot Worship for All-Saints Day
All tho l'rotestant churches wero well
lllled with worshippers nn unusual num-
ber of strnngers being present.
llev. W. P. McCorkle of Kl I'nso oc-
cupied Ihe pulpit at Trinity (Methodist)
church in the morning and llev. Dr.
Morton at night.
I'ev. Dr. soudiler preached a tine ser
mon nt Mndlson square (Presbyterian)
church In the morning after w hlch com-
munion was administered.
At the First I'reshvlirlun church Hev
Dr. Jleidt delivered the sermon at the
morning worship and llev. Mr. Mc-
Corkle preached In the evening.
All Saints Day services wero held In
St. Murk's Lplscopal church yesterday
morning nnd n large congregation tilled
the eiilflce. Ili.lv Communion was ad-
ministered at I ::! o'clock followed by
t-itlomani ot tne Mind.iy scnooi
A very large congregation tilled tho
Cathedral of ban leriiando yesterday
morning at Solemn Pontifical mass.
The services were very impressive and
were Very appropriate to tho occasion.
It being the commemoration of "All
Saints Dav." Thu universal services
were prepared especially fui the day
Blshon Mul'yelre conducted Ihe ser
vices ut I'alne (Methodist) church nt the
morning service. The ordination of
3 n. in. I
sermon in Spanish widen was followed
uy tne oriiiuaiiun or eiders At evening
service llev. Dr. Heidi of tho huutli
western university occupied the pulpit
llev. Dr. Morion of Louisville Ky
preached at morning service at the Cum-
ueriniiii rresnyterien cuurcii. and
J. T. Murrlsh. of Corpus t 'hristl pre
ed ut night (Julio un Interesting ser
vice was held In the ultcrnoou belore
thu oung People s society.
addressed by Itev. .lames Tallolo and
other visiting Spanish clergymen.
The services at St. Joseph's Cathollo
ciiuicn wero well attended nnu tne ser-
v'.cts were very solemn and interesting
October 30. Charles Thompson aged
19 years died at Bexar County hospital
Octobci 31 A. 1. Lncbnpcllo. aged 3
tears died In thu First ward from men
Ingltls. J M. Meoke aged six months
dieu in tne mini ward acute iiiiinmma'
Hon of the throat and lungs.
.November 1. Infant of Mrs. K. Tnlll-
niann aged six months died In 1
ond wait I from Inflammation of tho bow
els. Juan V'llareol aged 73 years died
in tno second t nrtt rrom ctrrosis oi tne
A Dreadful Blunder.
Speaking of busi'es says Clara Belle
1 went to church lust Sunday with Just
the most sensitively devout girl that
breathes tho air of this sphere whence
she will ailse to tho azures and delight:
of heaven. Sho Is truly fashionable.
too nnd her summer cottume was
dream of beauty. She ouaht to ha
been spiritually happy hut 1 plainly
saw at i A tucueii uer inrougu me ser
vices iiiat sue wns in at ease.
"What's the matter dear?" I whl
"I can't imagine" sho sadly replied
"out soincnow or otuer 1 am gcttin
no consolntlon fiom the exercises. Th
recior Is just as enchanting as ever
tne weamer is pencci my own reug
Ions experience was comfottlng. tin h
tho tune 1 sat down In this new. lam
positively miserable In my ml ml oomo
occult innuence is at worn l in sure."
After we cot home and weio disrob
ing lo d.oss unew for dinner a sudden
exclamation from my friend arrested my
"Clara oh Clara!" sho cried.
so.ved tho mvstcry. Look here." an
she whipped out a cony of the Police
Ouzetlii from her bustle. That's some
of brother Jack's horrid literature. How
blind I must have been! I am so careful
always pretty nearly to select
Christian Union to put Into my biiktl
when I am going to church. Then
seem somehow loget an ease of soul
irom (tie services mat is due in some
degree lo what I am sitting on. Hut to
rest on a Police Gazette! No wonder
tho religious exercises went for worse
A DEOADE OF PROGRESS.
Beginning and Gradual Success of this
(n yesterday It was ten yean when
the Arm of Joske Brothers opened their
store doors for the first time In Han
Anlouln. It was yet In Ihe Arcadian
days of prairie schooners on all the
great western plaint and railroads to
tide city wero prominent by beautiful
dlttnnco. During the month of July
1878 near the hour or midnight lire
occurred In Ihe Immediate neighbor-
hood on Alamo street and during Ihe
ditlruotlon In progress one of Ihe
.loskes stood on the opposite side of tho
street among Iho many spertutnn.
I his was Ihe first Inceptive toward the
opening of the biislnees. Hint part of
the house now occupied by the
dry goods department was after-
wards secured a stock of goods
consisting of general merchandise was
olaeed therein nnd as altesdr said mat-
ters were ready for liii.lne.. on tlio MISS VIRGIE JACKSON
morning of lh 1st ot November IM7S. J
Adjoining on Ihe norlhslde was Ihe 0.n TIJC BAKERS
house formerly ooouoled bv Christ an JOM" . -t"?rr"c''
lliillnlir as urm erv slnre. while on llin
south was an old Mexican shanty divided p" J JsJ J f-J
keen perception the Josko's soon found
that dealing In groceries wat in
their taste hence that part of trade was
lopped unu exclusive niieniiou given
o drv c:oods. clolhlng and areuts furnish-
nirarooils. Tho vear WH was ushered
n and tne general uoom mat prevailed
hroughoul Ihe centennial year extend-
id to San Antonio and as n special
mark In the history or Ihe Alamo city
as the advent of the iron bono. Ihe
long-promised long-looked for Sunset
railway had at last reached San An
tonio. I ho Josket ever on the alert
nny advantage that might
uoreaso trade. made use ot
1 the m w facllll es ol communica
nt to Increase their constant v grow-
nv business. As time advaiiued. the
premises occupied beeatuo too small for
llev adlotultig Ihe nlreadv substantial
building of Scholz was used In widening
tne establishment to a great extent and
soon arter a lease ot I lie two-story tione
crston or tlio lAUxhsblo Act
II.M.I MIIJI II.Vlll.Kijl IN
In songs and dances.
In Songs of tho Day
lit one or their rcrlacd skcleboe entitled.
A PRINTING OFFICE.
Miss LAURA ASH BY - - - In Songs and Dancos
LARRY DOOLY In his creation of the Aged Darkey
iv.sin! w .- k and lllirMut-emsnr
Miss Marie Yostvali
i- N. -! . In Opcratle r millions III three illlleient liiftitfrs. vl. Itnall.li
Ian I -Wilniiiu I'rill) Primrose iKiurllsli.) S- llelUnt (.TirliiTllle.irn-iicIl
tl Aitnm i llrtllatt 1 .
Mi le Hi.) I. mil I Win r
CARROLL AND BARRV -J0IN
HrM-chdl). Ialr.ntiii.inir their hum lie xonirs ami Dancw "TOM 111(1 I IP. P.
nml -Jhlll .-.VLAVI IHNV r.VHT."
Miss MONA VALADE
In sorio comic selections
Second Week and Tremendous Hit cf The "henomlnal Clown Specialist
TIN PAN FIELDS.
jiie Til Pvn s 1 1 T ( M Mil s V Mpi'r.nnN .It'tliiMVI Hl'INMYiM FlTC
mr nn. I viiinljHiliilliur In all nintiiier mel r.irms lutairliirthle; lilmilnir Umih tho liamls
es ll.es nml sii-r.. nml in i "iieliismti Hilntilitir ruurlnrire tin pans at one limo uK)n
Is un I f'it si iii't h loir iii.w. iiMi. nn.l tirlirliml l.i'lnir Iheimly artist Unit liaa ever
Isln i tin -i. n..nlerrol tru ks strletl) letfil liniile net 11.1110 110 mechanical means.
rear was made with 11 beautiful
front entrance on l.nsoyn street vv inn
the whole suaoe occiitiled now covers an
reaol sixty net trout ami oneuuiiiiriii
ml slxlv feet deeti. under
itenslve basemriit extends Ihe full
width and breadth of the building
hlch Is used for whulesnle and store
The crowning Point however.
arrived at n few days ago when the linn
became owners by purchase of Ihe prem
ises thev had occutiied for the paat di
cade. In conteutimieu of whlih. vealer
dav. the llrst of November was a double
tiotiuay lor an conuccti 11 wiiu me noii.e.
it is n pieaeani couteiiipiation 10
look back unon sucha bright retrospect-
vc view nnu note uio gruiiuaigrowm 01
enterprise like nils one.
Ihe largo store Is properly
divided Into such stib-dlvlalune
the rittlck dispatch of buslne-a
and convenience ofciisloiuers lien
uiiml Ihe largest dress goods tlepart-
nt. stocked Willi silks satins veil
brocades surrahs and u comiilcle lit
el -nssoried foreign ami domestic
o-oods of nil descrltitl.itis. Tho linen de-
parunent Is tilled with a very large as-
sortment of light and heavy shieling
napkins tame ilainalks 111 orown loom
ear. eaciied anil turkey red. orown.
vhlte nnd tirlnted dress linens Hid crash.
The hosiery department oontalns the
Tgcst variety ami assortment 01 iioiti
foreign and doinestlo silk cotton nnd
wool goods Tor men ladles and children.
Tha ileourttuent of ribbon laces and
notions is rich in designs and patterns fur
even thu most fastidious lastes. uioaKs
mantelets and wraps of special sclr
Hon ladles' underwear of all the
newest sivies anil 01 line Hxuie
falulcs. and dualities arc ixltlh-
1 In- large and well-stocked snoo
department prouaniy 1110 very i.irgeti
assorimelit in ivesiern lexas snows
that a long experience has iiilnlllleil
Iheiii In selecting only such as are hi st
adapted for this section and inuinin.
1110 doming anil gentlemen a iiinnsu-
Iiilt iromls. and hat department Is con
ceded to he the best assorted stock lu
West Texas so much so that tho llrm Is
dally receiving many orders from mer
chants from tho surrounding county.
Joske Brothers Is one of the most pro-
gicsslvc II nu s In the Stale and well de
serve I lie success sojusiiy earned.
She Is Now in the Chorus.
iiiieer thing occurred at tho Four
teenth-Street '1 hcatre on the llrst night
of tho nroitiictlon of '-Evangeline." In
ine extravaganza mere are a numner ot
beautiful girls nnd among them Is the
iiaugliter-in-iaw ot n mercuant 01 great
prominence in New York. Oil" thu stage
nc is u sweet anil delicate lime crea
ture vvllhline fentures big ejes and n
graceful manner. Ah out two years ugo
she married u man who was supposed to
be a great catch lie Is the son nnd heir
of the merchant 1 have referred to. and.
though a hard drinker. Is thought lu
soeletv to be a decent sort of follow at
heart. He turned out to ho n sot; he
onnia homo nights In beastly intoxica
tion: lie I iras neil i s wife: sun wus
forced from his home. That she was
not to blame Is proved by tho fact that
his father contributed largely to her sup-
port after she had left Ihe son. He made
many promises and she went back to
linn twice nui eacn nine lounu u uu-
nosslhle to nav inure than a dav or two
Meanwhile her only relative and mother
died and the remittances of her father-
in-law ceased. Sho tried needlework;
found It would not go nnu Iinauy went
on the stage finally she went ti
Mnckuy the octor a sort of every
friend and ho nut her In the "K
line" company on a salary of $11 or ilO
a week. On the llrst night she came on
the stage in a little peasant dress nnd
though her trouble within the past few
years had made her thin and slight sho
made a very chnrinlng picture. She
was very iiiuoli Irlg htened and trembled
visibly Only a short tlmo ngo her fa
ther (lied and the son fell heir to un Im
mense property i nut nigui no occu-
nled n box. and stared persistently at
ids wife whenever she was on the stage.
Ho was as white nt n sheet and seemed
thoroughly unnerved. It Is said that ho
has since promised reform and Irlends
of his have L'nrio to the wife begging
forgiveness. Notwithstanding his mo-
ney however she will have nothing to
do wilh him for oddly enough she has
uecome stage-strucx wiiu uer snort ex-
nerlence. nnd prefers working for i
small salary as u chorus girl to being
me who oi a man oi weanu. I'crua
she Is right after nil. when one takes
consideration the sort of a man her hits
band la. Cincinnati Lnqulrer
Miss PAULINE AMES
Miss MOLLIE BARRY
Jigs Reels etc.
The Polito Sorio-Comic
hi i oiiil k un.! iiik Mil. nt tin-tin-Hi nml onl.
MISS LAURA. ASHBY
r her (In-lit OrliMiiiii Jiiirvlinjr hivI UMlnncluv ;alM tin Won.lfiTu. Japa
(tier new anil nmrl ft-nin. n t rttll to i
irful Fi-ut of llulitnctiiir H'
Miss VIRGIE JACKSON
In Btidgot of Songs
Miss LOU BAKER
Miss MONA VALADE
In Song and Danco
Ke.-.iti.l W e imI III fmssss ir the 1.1 eat
S7 IS S 1? S7 Ji I
Vuvellj." In lu r luliiillnlile I liarneli r Vocalisation. 1. -Troubles
Miss PAULINE AMES
In Sorio-comic Selections
1 hnimn in - nets
"Knights of the Road"
I. ln Klmr
I'AHT HI- ( IIAnr.lTniW:
-Ills. V Mlsiier.. t:ie. I.) Hi
ipu N. M onan
;EMP0RIUM OF FASHION.'
Tnls Eniiblialim?nc Is now Replete with All tne Novelties tor the
Fall and Winter Season.
Pall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen lu Black and Colored Plain and Brocaded. Cassimeres (black
and colon d) Trluott Diagonals Serges etc. Camel llalr anil Wool Sat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress PluhU 111 single and double widths and
t&Trlmuiing to suit nil Dress Goods.-foi
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves Mtts Laces nnd Fancy Goods
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
he lias an endless variety and cannot bo undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Full and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hatf.
Ostrich Plumes 1'lps ltibbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under first-class artistes
who will please the tustes or all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellngs Doinestlo Prints Olnghams Alpacas Comforters Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other tilings which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho most magnificent stock or Dress
Goods or all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeolal attention wns given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks and can he also glvo the greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
Ilia atuok of Fall anl winter flothln-f la tho largest over brought to Texas and em.
Iir.uies In the IslMt patterns. Pi Inuo Albert. Cutuway Frees: ami Sack Suits.
A vury largo ana complete stock ot Ladles' Misses' Men's and Hoys'
chocs ami Hoots. A full lino ot stetson Sort and Slltt Hats.
Also u ru'l slook or (lentloineii's Furnishing (loo.li.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ann lt..n)umrtuiin V.inlr
nl I'lusili .
Co mi try
1 lio will suit everybody
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
g Neat Job Printing
AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIGHT OFFICE.
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