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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - October 31, 1891, San Antonio, Texas Ltd he daily saturday october is 1891. Professional cards physicians. Fisher or. C. E. Homeopath is and surgeon no. 205 St. Mary a Street hours 8 to a. In. Aud 2 to 5 p. In. Telephone 428. Largen t. J. Physician and surgeon office Soledad look Corner Houston and Soledad Street. Braden or. C. F. Specialist eve. Ear and Throat. Office 402 e. Houston St., tel. No. 150. Hours to to 12 a. In. And 8 to 5 p. In. Or. Quot Wilke treats private chronic and woman a disease. Vilice 228 Dolorosa Sweet Between military and main Plaz. Dentists. Tinkham or. C. E. Dentist stumber blk. Cor. Houston and Navarro vegetable a elven for paints extraction drs. Johnson amp dentist. 275 Coin Nerce St. 202 Avenue a Telephone 526. Carroll residence Breeding amp sons or. J e dentist 251 East Houston St. Expert Crown and Bride work. Hays r. L. Dentist room 1 Shafer amp Braden building Commerce Street. Quot Ward Whyte or. Dentist laughing Gas and vitalized air for painless extraction Bridge work office 254 Commerce Street 6i3tf san Antonio dental Parlours. Or. Edgar Barnum Soledad Block. Sets of Teeth $8. Gold and am. Fillings $1 up. Gold crowns and Bridge work $5 lawyers. Meginnis amp Davis attorneys at Law. German and Span ish spoken. To main Plaza up stairs. Grigg Walter lawyer prompt attention to collections. Office Corner Houston and Soledad streets. Hays f. M. Lawyer French bubbling on main Plaza Cor Dwyer Avenue. Undertakers. Jos. Sheern undertaker and embalmer office open Day and night 259 Commerce St. first class saloons. De. Diesselhorst a Saloon 44 w. Commerce Opp. Grooss Bank. Fine wines liquors Aud cigars. Lunch counter attached. John l. Wipff Saloon 28 Avenue d. Steiner sold stand Nice Cool drinks and polite attention. Your patronage solicited. Fest Garden and Saloon. 801 South Flores St. Best wines liquors and cigars free concert sunday nights. F. M. Mccandless is again in the City. J. B. Mosby of Kerrville is at the Mancke. Mrs. Barnhill of Brackett is in the City visiting mrs. Lambert. Miss Lou Davidson of Belton is at the Maverick. W. L. Vaughan is at Enger from Dallas. A. G. Vogt of Leaky is at the Mahncke. Assistant manager Joe Berry of the grand is up and out again and is feeling much better. Tailors. Henry Kohler tailor 242 Commerce St Fine worsted suits made up Iii the most exquisite styles also medium priced business suits of the latest novelties in foreign and Domestic Cheviot tweeds scotch Gonoir anti till other classes suitable for business suits. Full dress snits a specially. Druggists. Dowling amp flood prescription druggists. Cor. Houston and Ste. Telephone if prescriptions delivered to fall parts of the City. Offices of drs. Shropshire Mcdaniel and Bland also veterinary surgeon a. K. Bal Karri. A pall articles belonging to a first class drug store in Stock. S-12-Ly Alamo sanitary co offices 638 w. Commerce St. Aud 15 ave. Corner Houston St., Opp. Post office. Tel. 417. All orders promptly attended to on Short notice. Charges reasonable. It. W. Wallace proprietor amusements. Vram it opera House two nights and matinee f riday and saturday october 30 and 31, r. D. Maclean amp Marie Prescott presenting three g Friday night a spartacus saturday mat. Romeo and Juliet saturday night a a Cleopatra magnificent costumes and Carload of new and elaborate scenery. Architects Albert Beckmann architect 105 Navarro Street. Murphy jas., architect office room no. 21, 3rd floor Kamp Mann old. Any information relating to building cheerfully Given. Land agents Hambleton j no. F. No. 4. East Commerce Street buy and sell Oil commission. Grand opera House sunday and monday november 1st and 2nd, the first big Scenic show of the season. The greatest spectacle of any age or country. Miller Bros magnificent Pant mimic production personal mention. Life s penurious phase. For the Light o be who Are Happy and know not a care have a thought poor the famished Aud ill despair when they come for a meal at your door. For Aud pity the Clad who Are in be know naught perhaps of the feelings they have or the cause of their Haggard like stare the world to them is but a dark yawning grave and their life but a horrid Nightmare. O be who have travelled Bright path ways of life and have basked in the Sunshine of love o be who know nothing of sorrows and strife have compassion for those who must Rove. On cold wintry nights when we sit a round the Hearth within rooms that Are cozy and warm do think of the poor without shelter Aud berth who Are out in the pitiless storm. Forget not in moments of ecstatic Bliss that in life there a a calling for All a or one there is that for another there a this. But none should be loth to assist such who fall. A tis life a darkest Side in be depicted to you but a motive i must say i had though a old Story a tis i be clothed it anew in a raiment Majestic and sad. Ani Ben Haskan. bulletin 11 this the closing week of october sales we propose to make a a a gala one in All department of our immense establishment. The continued mild weather has caused a slight inactive movement on the part of heavy Woolen goods. Military notes. Dignowity James v. Buys and Sells real estate office Alamo Plaza old Post office building. Insurance. _ Chas l. Sauer amp co. The old reliable insurance agents. Office Soledad Block Comer Houston and Soledad Washington life j. B. Day manager office in the new Wright building Houston Street. Insurance k. P. Endow to cheap Safe Aud reliable. For members Only. T. B. Johnson Secretary. Miscellaneous notices. Paper hanging in All its branches and Only first class men employed at 217 Houston Street by c. H. Mueller. Out rivalling Iii gorgeous splendor of All previous productions. Handsome scenery gorgeous costumes perfect cast e arc Pean novelties Ravel the great French Clown. Two carloads of scenery. Orand opera House tuesday and wednesday november 3 and 4. Grand matinee wednesday. Its like never seen before Webster and Bradys big Marine spectacle the Bottom of the sea. Jtj seats now on Sale amp a a. Have been touched up to a show of life by making such reductions As will insure speedy sales ladies tailor made walking jackets London styles show a Quality of imported goods. The two fifty kind reduced to $1.50. The three Twenty five kind reduced to $2. The four Dollar kind reduced to $2.50. The five Dollar kind reduced to $3.50. 3 he seven Dollar kind reduced to $5 and so on until Yon reach the Fine Plush Aud cloth garments All of which we guarantee a saving of fully 20 per cent to our customers. A Headquarters for fashionable millinery. We Are acknowledged Headquarters for late styles is ladies and misses hats and bennets at popular prices. We Are showing More imported pattern hats than the combined millinery Trade of san Antonio can display. Besides the in we turn out hundreds of stylish hats every week from our work rooms exact counterparts of the imported models from whence their origin. Special orders receive our Best attention Aud Are executed with promptness and dispatch in the very Best Maimer known to the Art our milliners being a Well up in every Branch of the business. Ladies and children s Fine shoes. Apropos of a fashionable Bonnet comes the no less important subject of neat fitting boots. Our Stock has never been so Complete As at present. We Are handling All grades from a substantial Caraboa kid Boot for ladies at $1 50 the the finest French kid hand made goods at $0.50. Childrens Tine kid shoes at 50c, 75c and $1. Misses at $1,150 and $2. All special bargains. Besides our regular Stock. We Are in receipt of upwards of one thousand pairs ladies Fine French and Dongola kid Button boots travellers samples that we sell at discount of Twenty five per cent off regular value. A rare Opportunity for ladies who understand and appreciate Tine foot Wear. We great Linen Sale next Friday of. 30. I. Wolfson main Plaza a san Antonio. Texas the 23rd infantry baud gave a concert on the upper Parade ground at fort Ham Houston last night. It was not their regular concert. There was no one confined in Tho Post guard House at fort Sam Houston last night. It is reported that private Watts of a. Company 23rd infantry is to be married to a Young lady of this City tonight. The boys have got their tin care horse fiddles etc., ready for the occasion. Private Knoll who has been on parole awaiting trial was released from arrest yesterday on account of a certificate of Merit which he has and also for Good conduct during his confinement. To. Clerk in the adjutant Moe special inducements in furniture Aud carpets this week. Were Busy arranging the pay oils for Herwick m. Painter and paper Banger and dealer in All kinds of sup bes prices reasonable. Alamo Street near Joskey a. Carriage painting. F. Pascle 305 ave. La. The celebrated Noble amp horse Liest English varnish used satisfaction guaranteed. Visiting cards free. Apply to Fred Small City circulator for the daily Light 4 e. Commerce. Chinese store 8y2 w. Houston St. Quong Man Yuen prop. Importer of Fine chinese dry goods chinaware and teas. Also a full line of Chi Nese curiosities. Queer habit of shaving. A Boston Barber says that of men who shave themselves not More than one in fifty can use the razor with both bands and he adds some curious facts about the shaving habits of different people. The to sorial artist said to a reporter a i know of a wealthy Back Bay Man who shaves himself standing in the Corner of the rcom Aud Falong the Wall. He was a poor country boy and like most boys bought a razor on the sly. There was no lookingglass in the chamber and rather than let his folks know what he was about he faced the Wall and scraped away by the sense of feeling. Once accustomed to this method he never needed a Glass. A i knew ail old Farmer who shaved himself sitting on a milk Stool and looking at his reflection in a bucket of water. That was what he did As a boy and he said he shave standing notice. Unclaimed photographers. A. N. Calloway Best pictures in the City a no 413 East Houston Street. Accountants. James Anderson chartered accountant and auditor no. Ii East Houston Street. Sale of horses. I will sell at Public auction on nov.3rd, i Hui at Union Stock Yards. Tho follow Long described property Viz. Twenty head horses branded 3 mares branded a i horse branded a with bar 4 mares branded 4 with bar i horse branded 4 3 year Linns branded 4 with bar of top i Mare branded 4 c with Bat on top i horse branded t e e a 2 horses branded f i with curved bar underneath i Mare branded f p with curved bar underneath i Mare branded 8 i Mare branded i s a i yearling branded f p wit it curved bar on top consigned to l. C. Gerard said Stock will be sold for payment of height Aud charges according to Law. N. Vav. Tiki a Moi Vagt. I. A g. N. La. La san Antonio oct. 28. 10-28-51 aug until a late hour last night. The troops at fort Ham Houston underwent general inspection and Muster tor pay this morning. The officers at fort Ham Houston were paid this morning. The 23rd infantry band will give their regular concert at the military Post next monday night. Dress Parade was Given at fort Ham Houston yesterday evening. There will be no Parade this evening or tomorrow evening. The bar room at the Post canteen at the military Post will be closed to Morrow. Nine of the horses of a troop 3rd cavalry were condemned thurs Day. They will be sold at Public auction at the quartermasters depot As soon As the order arrives from Washington i. J. These horses Are All Gray Aud Are very Good looking animals. Five new recruits were examined at fort Ham Houston yesterday. They All passed the examination and were assigned to the following troops two to a troop 3rd cavalry two to d troop 3rd cavalry and one to k troop 3rd cavalry. The fort Ham Houston dancing club gave their regular weekly hop at Mutli a Pavilion thursday night. They will give their grand meet Fly dance and supper at Muthus Pavilion next Friday night. It is reported at the military Post that Patrick Dillon who was retired from e company 23rd infantry recently made a Lucky hit for $6000 just before he left. The following Are the canteen sales for thursday barroom Cash $0.15 checks $4.65, total sales of barroom $10.80 lunch room Cash$5 95 checks $4.15, total sales of lunchroom $10.10 billiard room Cash .20 cents checks 15 cents total sales of billiard room 35 cents. Total receipts of the canteen for that Date $21.25. The sales of thursday was better than those of wednesday by about three dollars. Vol i Marx we have just succeeded in accomplishing a feat with which to feel justly proud that is gathering together a Stock of a it Fine foot Wear which would do credit to the largest Eastern concern and which we feel convinced will out rival in assortment if not in Quantity any shoe Stock in this City. Our task for this season in done and Well done at that for we now have our Stock Complete and in which is represented All this seasons novelties As Well As every style size and Width wanted in regulation goods. A it ladies shoes a $3.50? ladies French kid Spanish toe and common Sente Heel very elegant. Ladies Cincinnati custom made Spanish toe and common sense Heel Patent tips $3.50. All the rage Black cloth to is Dongola Vamp Patent tips All styles and lasts $3.50. We make a special to of our toadies Dongola Sioe v Inch is equal in Workman ship and material to a $3.50 shoe. For $1.95 we ofter a Dongola Button Boot which is our regular $2.50 shoe and which we recommend to your consideration. We have them in All widths and sizes. and children a shoes a misses French kid cloth uppers Patent tips Spring Heel sizes ii to 2, $2.25 misses National school shoe made of Tampico Goat Heel and Spring Heel sizes 11 to 2, $2.00. Misses Bright pebbles with Heel or Spring Heel an excellent school shoe All sizes $1.50. Misses mocha Oil Grain sizes 12 to 2, with Heel and Spring Heel $1.25. Children a straight Grain Aud Bright Dongola sizes 8 to ii Heel Aud Spring Heel $1.25. Leads them All our #3.00 be Ute a shoe made of the Best of Calfskin in London opera and French toes every pair warranted to give perfect satisfaction or a new pair Given in their place. Woi Liff amp

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