San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 312, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 5, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Buy Yonr Wines anfl Liauors
of us ami ic-t n chance for hoflo
San Antonio Daily
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
- RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 3 1 2.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 5. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
RED CROSS WHISKEY-
We take occasion to mention to our friends and
customers In the City and Country that since we
are through with our annual Stock-taking we have
made great reductions in all our departments and
are offering Bargains to all those in need of any-
Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Etc.
$rsrCotni: to see and be convinced that we im-aii what we
Coo. H Kaltoyor Prosldont -
SA.N ANTONIO. TEXAS.
K. NIMMANO. A. IIAMI'I'.I.
Oysters Fish and Game
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
. . Am.I Al
Scholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets-.
Emporium of fashion.:
This Establwhmsnt Is now Replete with All the Novelties tor the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
I'an be seen hi IllacK and Colored I'lftln find llrooailetl. Cassimcre (black
and colored) Trloots Diagonals Strifes etc. Camel Ilulr and Wool Sat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and bfocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress l'lalds l;i single and doublo wliltlis and
Jay-Trlmtnlngs to suit all Dress Goo(ls.ta
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
lie It now showing the largest stock of ICIil Uloves Mils I.noes and Vancy;Oooilj
for Ladles and Cblldren ever brought to our ulty. In Silk Hosiery
he lias an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles and makes oT llonnelfl and Hats
Ostrich riimiea Tips Itlubons and Trluiuilngs will bo round
there. This department Is under tlrst-class artistes
win wiy please the tnelcs of all.
Flannels blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Toweling Domestic Prints Ulnirhains Alpacas Comrorters Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was the most raagnltlccnt stock of Dnm
UnoUs of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods houso In Texas.
' Kspeelal attention whs given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks and can he also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
Ills Rtouk or fall anl Winter Cliithlntr la tho I a wet over Drmiiriit IoTcxhh tin. 1 cm.
lirHcoB. In tho lutt'Ht imttcrm I'rinco AllVrt. CiiUwuy. .'rook hiiI Huck Hultti.
A vry hirrfO an.l in huh ft e stock
AUo a full ittock of (lentleinoit'i
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Din Kurnlluro Dep-irtuunt Ucomjilotn w.tli llmuohoM (1wm1 an I ho will suit overj body
in thin hue. Anion oilier mi lit... I'lmli I'.irtor Sulta Muluilc I'arlor Suit- Wnliitit nml
Aih llciltiniinyult-. VVanlrobm Otulr. IIjlv U runnel i aul Injrram L'aru-tn KutM Mutttny
Luittilna Window SliddiM lltu. Country n I m tilled promptly and ftutisfttcilon iruanuiteed.
Hfiid lor itunplcB
Main Pla7" -i!d Accquia Street
TDIi OPERA HOUSE.
i and Munitiri-r
Monday' and Tuesday Janu-
ary 4th and 5th
THK I'Ot'l'I.AIC VOt'Kd ACl'Olt Mil.
l'reiciitlnv Churle Ftililer'n Adiiptrttlon of
DUMAS UHKATKST WOllK
Ah produced at
Kirth Aenn Theatre New Virk(lli)U! 'Hu-
nt n Hoi-ton ami all fli-it-cliw tticutren
thioutthont the eoimtry with brll
Hunt cant new hceiier) ichIMIp
POPULAR ritlOES PREVAIL.
nrUiHered full nut UImnu'ii without vx-
ROLAND REED January 8 9 and
Eicitemtnt In Tens
(treat ox ei tern nit luw Iteen tainted In tho vi-
cinity of l'urU Trias by tin reiuarkaltlo ro-
eo err of Mr. J. 11. Col ley. m Jio watt m. helnli
he could not turn In U-d or roUtt hli lu-adt
eer)lHH)y ml J lie watt illiitf of I'uhMiinptitm.
wm Bont hlin. Ffiulinir relief hu tKiinrht
lartrelHittloHiidalHtx of lir. KIiik'h New Life
I'lllsj by tho time he ha t taken two Imxv of
Villa and two bottled or tho luVcotery ho hum
wt 11 und hud trained In Ilosli ft) nuii-l. Ttlnl
Mottle oi ini urvni wnvmiTjr ior kiiki
thm Irco nt A. 1kIh.
Otto Koohlor Sec. nntl Manngor.
of Ladles . Allstct Men b and Uoyp
No.:St. Alamo t'l.u
lUANTED.-N'lliill miiiiII ll.ll.licM to am
Harali miiiion i-urtn-rnllH' uti.l Ntuth Oiilir-
hi net . l l-ia
HtWARD.-i:co..-l. xlll ur..... mid rliesp
brldlo il Hiimll l.hii-k lioi... i.mIIi
llliouuiirloliltili'tt. Will niiy u miiin-
ub!o ri- wnl for liU lU-IUcry In Hun Antonio
rniiuiitf itiiiiuii).-i.mnio mum.
COLORED GIRL iiU.Mt i or 1.1 3 furs cl.l.
inn ttn.l 11 vihhI itlacn to .lo Unlit lioimn
oik by pil)lnif to"T" tlili olllio la-ia-tf
HlsllAM). irjoti Inn. u Wouk Krnuus
Dtlillltntiil win- ilo not H-ol.l or I.to.i 1.1
nnirry wttli lipr. (llo tirr irlii'l lovinif 10nl4
ltli .MOIll.KV'S T-X-M '1XIMI' (XIHIMAI.
tlui (lriiit Mutim Itinoriitor 1111.I our onl
rcn it nlii. will MHinbli'HH jimi. I'orsilltj by 1".
'nmi.tl) lllkil. aw Ci ntro M.
.tionlil urply at onco for tho nlltlon In ellltiif
IIITION l'OWIIIiltSstamt ultliuut
few KpounruU inlxixl with mt'al unit nil to
mem or llacs
ami Chok'i u uiul iniiku them tlirho.
TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Assocl
atlon of New York.
Actire pncriTPtlo anrt thoroilith buslli(s
iufii wuntiHi us Am'iits lor thin tlm laiKi'nt
Our City Fathers in Regular Ses
The Elaborate Heport of the City Attor
ney on the Wn'erworlt Broufht Up-
Heporti of Committees Ad
journed Until To-day.
A rrgulitr niectlnif of Hie City Council
was held yrstmlay ntirrnnim 11 full
butrd of Alilf rcndi lirlnK I'rrsent. Tlir
inlniitrs of Ike Inst irrtlntr m ir rrml
nml tppniVFil. The follow Inn ieillloiis f
nml inetiiorlnls nrrc ntbinlllcd: 1
Mrs. Alum Miclii for roiiipriirnllon for
dnraagts lo litrprnprriyiin Duval slri-rt. t
Iteferred to I'miimllU'C on Ordlnancrs
and City Atlnriiej.
Citizens for uuttr mains (las and
Cltlzvtis. for a pollueinan at the Intt-r-
seatlon of Kist Coititnerce slrrrt nml the
Hillisil Ilallrund. I'oUi'o Conimltli'c
Citizens fur an alley nil Cherry trie!
to he grubbed.
Krnest Hlsulie fur mi alrilUlti:
boatd on .Main pla7.11. Iteferred to the
Committee im Petitions and Ordinance.
Mrs Mary H'enefer for remission ol
taxes. Atiesmeht Coiuinlltee.
Citizens on Hanta Clara street for
water mains. IJranted.
The opinion of the Clly Allonu y on
the 1 atldlly ol the water-works contrail
was suhiiillteil. Action was ilefcired
until the next meetliiK (vide opinion In
Tho Mayor announced the next IIiIiik
In order was I he election of 1 Chief ol
the Fire Department. U. A. Ducrler.on
the recommendation of the Klrv Com-
panies was elected hy aoolamatlon
TIih Major Informed the Council lie
nnd Instructed Mr. Marshal lo luilld 11
road Irotn the San Tedrn creek. In con-
nect with the old luaoiidani road at Kest'
store. 1 lie Council sustained the action
of the Major.
Ihu monthly leporls orthe Illy At-
torney .lallcr Marshal I'ound-Master
Ditch Commlkiiloners j'atk-kceper and
Knglneer were submitted and leferred
to approirlatc lomtulttees.
The htrctt Coininli'sloner recom-
luended that itiO be paid to Jake Mar-
shall for a gratel screen. Adopted
1 he hnvlnrer siibuillltd a mans how-
Inn encroachments on Ciollail street and
recommended that It he stralgtitened In
a lino before the contemplated Improve-
ments are commenced. Iteferred to Al
dermen ofthe Fourth Wan!.
Ihe finance Cotrinlttee reported that
the $:K)0UU contingent fund bad been
overdrawn to the amount o? $llii 67
and recommended that appropriation
until February be restricted to Ihe preis-
inK needs of the city. Adopted.
The Committee on I elilloiis and Or-
dinances reported on nil amended ordi-
nance relating to loose stock. Thu rules
were stKpeniied and I he onllnauue placed
on Its second reading. The nrdlnuiico
w as ordered printed.
The Committee on Streets and Uridines
recommended tbe opening of a new
street to connect Uarden and I'resu
streets on tho old Man Joe mud one
mile and a half long.statlngtliat most of
the property could be secured by dona-
tion and appropriating?.") for fencing
bridges etc. Adopted.
From the same comlnlttee l.ockwood
recommended that the Houston street
Iron bridge be strengthened sons to per-
mit ot the passage of the new steam
roller at a cost of $510; that thu con-
tractor notify the Street Commissioner
when be needs the roller and that the
roller be moved along the streets onlv
from 12 midnight loT a. in. accompanied
by a police olllcer.
An appropriation of $'4D was made.
and tbe otber portion of the report was
reierreu 10 uie .major.
Twenty-live dollars were appropria-
ted for a bridge over the Madru ditch.
J. M. Einerson and A. lleusinirer were
granted bulldlug penults.
ine unci) commissioners reporicu
budgets as follows:
West side expended In ISSft $l21'J.r3:
needed for 1SS0 $ltm
East side expended In lss.1.
needed for 18SC $.81. Adopted.
.it. struve a petition ior rcuuction ol
assessment was not granted.
The Oas and Water Committee re
ported the gas bill for November at
$1818.S5whlcb was ordered paid
Six new lire hydrants wero accented
rent lo commence from December 1.
llackaj's resolution directing the
Water-works Company to show t ie
streets on which water-pipes are laid
designating the size of the pipe and lo
cation of eacb lijdrant. was reported
on auverseiy n the lias und water
After discussion. Die or u Hal reiolu-
lion was leootuiiiltled to tbe same com-
lnlttee. The Parks and Merket Committee rec-
otumended thut C. Spleser ami other
uiuuiiers ue nuoweii io continue on
Alamo I'laza and Wllllnm lloelllng on
Avenue 0. Adopted.
Tbe sum of S2.V) were nntironrlated In
enclose Crocket Square.
I.OCKWOUU iroiu ine r-peciai column-
tee to widen Flores street recommehded
that Ihst thoroughfare be widened on
tho west side beginning at Houston
street After some discussion in which
it was asserted that such u plan would
be too expensive the report was re-
ceived nnd tiled.
The Council then adjourned until 3:30
Tbe following Heard of Trustees were
elected by tbe Sin Antonio Cremation
Association last night. 0. Schmellzer
Adolpu Wagner E. Callstn D. M. Poor
J. U. Miller Albert Beckmsna Otto
Solms F Groos M. Lindner C. Itunge
O I.. Musgrave Albert Marerlok ami
The Trustees then held a meetlng and
tiecien ine louowing omcers ny accla
Oscar Berirstrntii. President: Allien
Tleokmann Vlce-Pres'dent; J U MllUr
Treasurer; Adolph Wagner Secretary.
Two hundred and seventy-tix shares
have now been sold. When the number
readies 0000 the necessary buildings will
The Recorder's Court.
During the yesr Just passed the cash
fines collected In the Uecnrder's Court
amounted to the following sums:
January $3tu 6U; February. $!)! W;
March $G'J7 60; April St'Jl 50; May
507; June. $1011 W; Julr. n( CO;
Angust $S77; Sepletnber. $1118; October
tttil SO; Novembsr. JSID; Decsuiber
tm M. Total iol.
A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE.
Mary Horton's Room Entered Clothes
Destroyed and Stolen.
One of the most dastardly and llend
Ish outrages Imaginable was committed
on Sunday night at the bouse of Mrs.
William Vance on Houston s reel.
Mary Norton Is a colored woman who
Is cooking for Mrs Vance. Sometime
ago sbo had her husband put under a
teace bond and not being able to give
nnd he went to Jail. They had not
been living together for some time he
being very abusive ami brutal In his
treatment of her. On Similar a friend
of his Hubert Apllng called on Mary In
n drunken condition and abused her
for having lieu her husband put In Jail
nnd In having made the threat that he
would get even with her. After sup-
per Mary being afrsld Apllng would
return went to spend tlm night with
her mother. About 8:110 Mrs. Vance
heard steps In the kitchen anil In I be
cook's room She callen not knowing
that Mary had left the house. No an-
swer was made aid thinking that
probably the cook had visltots she did
not wnrrv. much nlllmimli had a ftelltiir
ol iintaslneHS. On Monday morning the
cook came In and got breakfast and It
was not until about IU o clock that she
hud occasion to enter her room when n
sight met her eyes that look her brea h.
The room was in tbe most utter con-
fusion not nn entire garment to bo
found. It looked as If a cyclone hnd
struck It. Every trunk and drawer hail
been opened and thu contents hsd been
either stolen or cut Into shreds Includ-
ing the feather bed maltrass shoes mid
hats. It Is estimated Ihat. some J .VI
ortb ol clothes had been carried i ll'.
the entire loss aggregating over Jinn
all the woman had In Ihe world.
Discourtesy or Official Favoritism.
It Is the universal rule both of courtesy
and polity that all olllclnl messages and
documents that arc Intended to he de
livered Ion deliberative body shall not
appear In a ptiblln Journal prior to such
delivery and the breaking nflhUriile
on Ihe part of the newspapers Is rnnsld-
ered tbe culmination of discourtesy to
wards the olllclnl delivering such mes-
sage or document and on the nnrl of
sttcli otllclal giving such message or
document to a newspaper to he pub
lUhrd In advance of lis contemporaries
i oi grohs ami migrant invorlllsm.
ie In point occurred veslerdav In
regard in the opinion ofthe Clly Alter-
uei oa the Water-works iiiiesllon. The
document was Intended to be delivend
from Ihe desk of the Cltv Executive In
open council and eiiinn under thu uni
versally recognieti rule above quoted
iiotwiibsliiiiillng which It appearid
tirlnlid In the columns of the Times
some time before its delivery Was It a
discourtesy en Ihe part of Hint Journal
luwaros me executive omoer or lllti cnv
was It a caso of olllolal favoritism on
His part ol said olllclalr As the docu-
ment was printed In pamphlet form nt
the Times olllce the question arises by
what authority was It so published. In
view of the fact that the l.imn Is tho
olliclal newspaper of tho city of San An-
lonio nun auoiuciai printing to be palll
for hy the city must be done In this pa-
per. The question now arises: was said
pinion an olllclnl document lo be pa d
lor by Ihe city nnd If so why was It not
given to the legally authorized city pa-
per to print f If not a legal document
oT a city olllolal what la It and who
pays for printing II?
Messrs. Nlggll and Wlttle the con
tractors for Ihe Joint Hospital are
making surprisingly rapid progress
nltli their mason work. The ctllar
walls for oi.e hair the building are row
above ground and excavations will
commence for Ihe remainder of tne
foundations this week. A force of W
men are now employed and w Ith four
large derricks are working rapidly
the contractors expect to push the
work so as to complete the structure
well within the prescribed contract
lime next September. The work Is of n
very solid substantial character.
Han Antonio Coinmandtry No 7
Knights Templar iostslledthe following
olHcers last night:
Thomas R. Heustls E C.
Oscar Iiergstrom Uencrallslaio.
JohaT. Hambleton Captain-General.
F. McC. Newton Prelate
Edward ltlsche Treasurer
John II. Hamilton Recorder.
I.eorge Van Vleck Sealor Warden.
Ilen. Cleguorn Junior Warden.
J Oslen Mlaadard Hearer.
J. Gallagher Snord Ileartr.
E. II. Norton Warden.
I.. I. Goodrich Sentinel.
K. P. Section 632 Election of .Officers.
At tbe annual meeting of the Endow
ment Section ti.12 Knights of I'ylblas
htU December :11st the following ofll
oers were elected :
President BenJ. Goldrnhurg.
Vice President Jno. P. W. Street.
Secretary and Treasurer T. II. John-
Guide Nathan Hart.
Guard Max KalUkl.
Applications for Insurance should he
made to T. II. Johnson Secretary
Afraid of Jennie.
I. Illte Elwood made affidavit yester-
day that the was threatened with death
by Jennie Kauser and wanted her
placed under a peace bond A warrant
was Issued for Jennie's arrest Sbe Is
the woman who wounded I.lllle on the
head with a rolllngplii recently.
Another case of small pox was re-
moved to the pett-house on the banks
f the Alszan jesterdsy. This case
was discovered In some Jacal In th
neighborhood of (irandjeao's store. In
the First Ward and Is a Mexican girl of
17 years nsuird Itlos
I A telephone dlspatoh was received
last evening at the Steves' Arms Com-
pany from Mr. Jolia Martin of this olty
' now at Pleasanton itutlng they had
lust returned from a hunt 18 miles south
ofl'leatanton and bad killed five deer
and one bear
Ever llrst-class dealer sells Opera
l'uus cigarettes. Avoid n uncus Iml
James O'Neill In His Wonderful Creation
Dumas' novel of "Monte Crista" Is one
ofthe most fascinating nml wunderlul
romances ever written. From the
meneement to the end 'Mnnle CrlMn is
a collection of highly drnmstlo Inidilenls.
To me the romnnce for stage represen-
tation many of thu startling episodes
tuiist of necessity ho eliminated aniloth
err toniIchcd. When "Mnnle Crlsti."
wns tlrst dramatised and producednt Ihe
"Atnblgu Comlque" In Paris years ago;
the representation was so long Unit II
occupied two dajs lor the drama In be
all the rage In that gay capital. ( buries
Fcchter's version Is so arranged a-i In
occupy about three hours and n half In
performance and It embodies all the best
portions of the nnvtl. Thlsverslon nils
produced last night nt Turner Opera
Homo to an Immense audience whohni!
assembled not altogether from tho mere
fact that Ihey knew Ihe adaptation In
be a good one but also to see Mr. James
O'Neill's really great creation of Ed-
mund Danles and the Count of .Monte
Crlsto. This gentleman has mute n
reputation as an nctor of great power
which li not n meretricious one nod
ever) ono after seeing hi in In tlm dllll-
cult characters ot Danteu tho Abbe
llasonl and Monte Crlsto can de-
ny I li o assertion. Ills supp rt
too. Is exceptionally good. Among
those deserving especial notice tho
mimes of Miss Elizabeth Itoblns ns
Mercedes nnd .Miss Annie Uoudlnot as
Carcoule must be mentioned. Miss
Fannie Henry looked charming ns Mile
Danglars Mr. J. W. Shannon who
took the part of Nolrller Is a flnlshul
actor ami the Cnilerouse of Mr. W. II.
Wallls am nlso good Messrs. Knit
(Albert De Morcerf) Ilradley (Vllle-
forl). Gould (Fernande) and Ihe re-
mainder of the cnsle all adequately sus-
tain their parts. The scenic arrange-
ments were unusually fine anil despite
the small stage some grand ellects
were secured. Ihe ensembin in laci
was as near perfection as possible and
the tionularltr of the tiln v Is by no
means underserveil. The farewell per-
formance will be given to-night.
Seven Successful Applicants who Passed
a Rigid Elimination.
Professor J. E. Hm 1 1 li. Superintendent
of the Clly Schools annotincealhe result
of the recent examination of applicants
lor positions In the new public schools
as follows: William E. Hutchison av-
erage Dl Warren Woodson average
D.(; Kate Coldlng uverago BOj ; Mary
E. Watson average M; M. Horatio
Smith 82; G.J. Huck MI ; Mrs. M. A.
nurd average Mi.
wanted. These seven were selected out
of the'JIappllcants.the remainder being
dellclent In their arithmetic which ex
amination was verv severe the neces
sary average being for n llrst-clas cer-
lllicaie an average oi in nnu noi le-s
than GO In all sublecte. For a sccoml-
olass certillciite an average .of t0 and
not less than U). All those applicants
who failed to pass In arithmetic will be
accorded a re-examlnatlon to-morrow
at the Mayor's olllce.
Found In the Brush.
This morning Intelligence was re-
ceived at the Sheriff's olllce that a man
was lying out In the brush on Powder
House Hill del '1 with his head beaten to
n Jelly. Dentil.- Sherllls Ed. Stevens
nnd James Van 1 'per accompunled by
Deputy Constable Krempkau Immedi-
ately went to the spo Indicated and dis-
covered a man ljlng there to all appear-
ances dead. On Investigation tbe man
found to be still alive although perfect-
ly unconscious and nil his limbs be
numbed by the cold he having evident-
ly laid there all nlgbt. On his right J iw
a smiill cut could tie seen from which he
bled profusely. The man was carried
to tho Santa Itosa Hospital where medi-
cal assistance was Immediately
summoned and after a short time the
man regained his senses although he
was too exhausted to stale how he came
to be lying In the brush. He was lilen-
titled aa Hubert Kretchmcr who lives on
East Commerce street. Kretchmers
wife some time ago ran away with a
young man from this city and since her
departure he has acted strangely and
subject to attacks of melancholia.
Meeting of Stockmen.
The annual meeting and election of
olllcers ofthe Southern Texas Livestock
Association to-morrow nt tbt Ir rooms
on Main Plaza should be well attended
There are many Important questions In
teresting parlliularly to the elockmen
of this eectlon. which require n strong
united action on thelrpart and can only
thus be accomplished. A plan of action
lu tbe Stale Convention at Austin on
Mouuav should be here formulated In
order to properly meet the stockmen of
I lie rannaniiie nnu aortuwesi.
Week of Prayer.
The Hist of tbe series of the meetings
during the "Week of l'rayer" took
ulace last evenlnz at the ralne .Mel ho
rilst episcopal Church After souk and
prayer Kev. nr. houider or the .Mam
son Sriuare Tresbvlerlau Church dellv
ered a short address and tbe services
tnded as begun.
To-nlKbt ttie services win be new at
the First llaptlst Church led by llev.
V. B. I'reston of the Ciiinberlanil
Englneerl and Surveyors.
The Hoard of Directors of Ihe Kuzi-
neerv and Surveyors Society met yester
day evening and added several clauses
to Ihe constitution nnd by-laws. They
also examined several statements of pro-
fessional experience of several Internum;
member!. The regular meeting of the
association takes place this afternoon at
0 O ClOCk'.
Mayes May Co.
United States Commissioner J 1)
Stevenson this morning discharged from
oustody the young negro porter Nathan
Mayes charged with embezzling
money order package. The only proof
against Mayes was that be left the place
of bis employment In U'llanls on Ihe
same day the order package was ab-
stracted and was seen with i' In money
on ine train going 10 Houston.
The only cigarettes which do not
itloKto tno lips are upera I'uUr
M MS & SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS
W. II HI MSI 8
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WTHE ONLY VARIETY
PROSPERITY and GOOD LTJOK!
W i hUiij lint .
ii 11H In Aint'i
I llj" till re I Kill I H i.t Mitlil
PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. '
Monflay." May and WeiDesiay Jaiuary 4 5 and 6 1886.
The i-j-rruritiat will 1-.1111111 m . null Ijirry Donley s lituirli.lt.to act entitled
Ijiid Ilo . linker. eiujlTir.'Iliiiloii nml MUs llimnnl.
i (.in ' - . (iitciiKsniA
Sorlo-Comlc Coma Miss Suslo Stokos
..III.-. Klirlitli Hi
Mr 'IlinO 1 1 r 1111
Groat Success of Miss LOTTIE
Cimtlmml iiim al f
In lluil.-Ui. I IniiiK-ti-rs Sonus
In Popular Sonus -
iivi'.inrin: . ..
In Motto Songs
Hrlllkle. lor lll-li- In 111.
hkilcti Arll.is. lu I
li-r pleu r
bur II 1 no.-. II1111J.
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Tho Evor Popular
And first nmiearnnco In Amorloa
Tho wondor of tho 1 Oth Century Producing moro Original nnd Diffi-
cult TrlokB thnn nny othor Artist In hla lino. Don't fnll to 800 him.
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SCENES IN A SCHOOL.
rhiirHctei-H by llie
DON'T ! GO
TO BUY IMTIQIIITIIS
We are Not Selling Old
Slyle Goods but
Fine Dress Goods
Silks Satins and Velvets
(Ms ami Wraps of all kinds.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
WOLF &d MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIHST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED BVoSTEAM THROUOHOUT.
Evory Wodnosclay and Saturday Evonlnga nnd a Spoclal Froo
Concort Evory Sunday from 4 to 1 I p. m.
First-Class . Bar-Room Rtstauraut aud Billiarvl-Room Attached.
l'KOMl'l' AND l'OI.m. ATTKNTIOS OUAltAN'JT.KD.
A ursr.ii int DiurcTiili
LCAOKIf fr OlICIIESTIIA
THEATRE IN THE CITY.
1. 1 cm unj (. 1 by Harry
BURTON In hor EJmJo Solos.
entitle I "I'm 11 1'illr- nml lliey Lock mo up."
- Miss CAD BLOSSOM
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MISS SUSIE STOKES
: Mlas Cad Blossom
of tho Clront JAPANESE JUCOLER
llnlln - roui.tiny.
and Shelf-Worn Out-of-
New and Desirable
Jerseys for Ladies Misses Children.
Silk Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
San Antonfo Texas.
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