San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 314, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 7, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Li
RED CROSS WHISKEY. I
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RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
RED CROSS WHISKEY
RED CROSS WHISKEY
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 314.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 7. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
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.
tJSComc to sue and be convinced tliat we mean w' at we
Coo. H Kaltayor Proslclont - Otto Koolilor. Soc. and Mnmigor.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
A ml At
Bcholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
toTl.utich anil Meals nt all hours. Everything served In Flret-Cla's Style.
rollte waiter In attendance s-ls-fiiii
vwemporium of fashion.
.This Establishment la now Replete with All tno Novelties lor the
Kail and Winter. SeUHon
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
''an be seen til lilaok and Colored I'liiln and llrooaded. Cassuneres (Unci
and colored). Tricots Diagonal Sews etc. Camel Hnlr and Wool Snt-
renii. Velvets and Velveteens In all color plain and brocaded. Silk
I'ongees Drees I'lalds In single and double widths and
gtJrTrlunulngs to suit all Dress Goods.-!
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
lie Is now showing the largest stock or Kid (lloves Mlts Laws and FnnoylOooila
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
lie has an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter iViillinery
All tbo latest Kali and Winter styles nnd makes or llonnets and Hats
Ostrich riuraes Tips ltlbbons Bnd Trimmings will be round
there. This department Is under tlrst-clnss artistes
who will please the tastes or all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellngs Douiestlo I'rlnts Ulughauis Alpacas Comforters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tho most magnlllcent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen in any dry goods Iioue In Texas.
Kspeclal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks and can he also give the greatest bargains In
(111 slock nt Full lin.l Winter Ulotlilnir Is tlio largest ever timiliint tnTuxas and era-
timers. In tlio latest patterns I'rliico Allien. Cutaway. Frock ami Pack Suits.
A very lariro anil coimileto stuck or Ladles' Misses'. Men's and llojs'
Sliiica uii.l Hunts'. A full lino of Htctson Soft Bud Stilt Mills.
Also a tull stock or Ocntlomcn's Furnltliluir Hoods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
vo mil 1'iuiii
i.h ll..lnnHnll. W.inln llnslrs. ll.ilr
run ill window Similes. lUc. Country or I t
hend for samples.
ami .. J. l'liiiiks .in
lsK'. executed and
delivered lu Hie understand ineir leritiiu
lleeil of Trust on a block or 1'nttlc. nuiulicr-
Iuk about rliihtr licml liiaiuicit J'
Sulil emilt rtiiiiiinir hi Hip mime 111 Alusco'u
Couiity; for tbo punsiscor sin urliiif tlio pay-
ilssorv note lor Hie i
I lim.1 Kith Intel
..1 la .Inn lit Ii iiimitlis fidlii date
Anil U'lieieus tlie sul.l II () Cranks and ..
.1 Franks liaiu made default in the payment
of Intli principal Hiul Interest and whereas
tlio said lis. Lamlliio Chapuinn the piljco In
said note litis deiumided thai I pincecd to
oecuto full! trust. Now tlieretorti. I. Juliu
K. Camp tlio 'trustee tiiiuiod In said Deed nt
Tni-I will proceed In sell saM i:i jlit y Head
or Catllo lieloro the Court Mouse dour or
Hexurrouiily. lu liiotilyor han Anient".
tlio mull day of January 'ewl. In
llli tlio terms of said Trust Ilird. and wl
make tn tlio purchaser a I Sill of Side In Hie
names o( said 1). 11. Franks am .. J. Franks.
JOHN F CAMl'.Trilsllo.
San Antonio January 0 Ismi.
wstlon are present flatulency
producliur a very dlsiuri cranio itoliiuir
onou to the application or !i lliraknnn'e Pile
Homed)- which acts directly upon tlio pans
alt eel ed alisoi
cure. Price CO cents. Address tho Dr. Hoa-
kanii Medicine Ciiujpany Piqua pliio. hold
by Marry I.. Fouler It. Colin Co. J I). Do-
ear-Hear In mind that Frank J. lleltel
keeps builders' hardware and lumber at
I liu International and Great Northern
Shoes and Hats
and Acequia Street
WANUD--liiiiiudlnlcly i uisk tinners
lit an Alamo I'hia.
7 ANTED A bihmI m riant irlil. Ht .116 llust
in Sail An.
tnniu villi u sensible pistil condltluiied easy
ciicuiiistiinc-! rainily when- she can renin.
Ho "K" this ollleo. -i-0l
I)HHtT0N AND HARSESS.-
I "! also a pair of vent
no. iM.iiaiiio I'liiza.
I COLORED GIRL. alKiut 1-'
1.1 J I
A can in 'I a fxl puiee to du Unlit hi
wtirK oy apiu) inirio "r" 1
with -MOIII.llY'S T-X-tt TO.MO COItlHAl
the llleiit r-jstem Kcnoviltiir unci I
Iit 1 sin
NE THOUSAND DOLLARS uorlli of second-
Imml rurnlliire Mrtinted at Ii
promptly llllcd. aw Ccnue 1
J copies of tlio I.iiniT Asm
iiould apply ut oiici lc
Slid III IOOII l
Special to Artlsis.
One of tlio 11 nest establishments that hnu An
tonlo If tint Texas can boast of Is the Art
llallcry of C. II. Jlueller. ut 'M Commeien
street. Hero can bo hail artist's and drauaht.
men's materials of Uilli douiestlo and lin
IMirtcil kinds. Knirriuliiifrt ehromos and
ptiliitliurs nroou liuml lu an endless variety
t'lcturo frames iiifiuldlnirs ntid materials for
fresco and slirn palntluir In lurire satieties.
well as wlnduw ulass and tlnedoinestlo and lin.
ported rtecoratlo won paper arosnci laities lu
his establishment. 13-13-1 r
An Interesting Intorview With
Hon A. J. Evnns
The Dland Bill -Uncle Sam a Forced
Purchaser of Dulllon -"Silver the
Money o( the Laborer."
Keporter-What do )ou think ul the
great monetary question that Is coming
btfore Congress I mean the silver coin-
age question r
Answer I hequeslloii Is ery largely
commercial one and as you know I
am not a commercial man yell have
very decided opinions In the mailer.
The question has been precipitated up-
on (he country by Hie opcrnllou of what
Is generally known as the llland bill
palled by t'otigress on February 2 l-7f.
I think Hint time has demonstrated Hint
that act of Congress ! a decidedly pt r-
nlclous measure mid If nul spridily re-
pealed or greatly mndllled tuns fls It
has already dune. ork I Jury to ery
Interest In this country.
It. What are faults In Hist act V
A. 'I hey are innnUolil. The llr.t Is
that Hie bill directs ami requires the
Secretary of the Treasury to punliase.
from time to time silver bullion nt Ibe
market price Ibrreuf-rfot less than two
nor more than four millions per month-
am! to coin the same Into standard sil
ver dollars of the weight of II'.') grains
troy as provided In the act of dsnunry
lb'17 thus adopting for the period of
IMS the nine weight for the dollar Ihat
It was 41 years ago. The next fault Is
that this purchase and culuage uf not
less Urn i 1000000 nniiuiill). Is nocr
toend. Imagine lis) 3 ears of this cniu-
nire. and the I'ldled Stales carrying a
sliver coinage or $2.lu0UX)0iiiiy the
next latin in me mil is mat ine minion
Is to be purchased Ihat Is the I'lilted
Stales Is not a voluntary but h furued
purchaser. constantly on the market
lor supply nllh no option as In the
amount she must pay but must pur-
chase at the market price Ihereol. I he
next great fault lu the hill Is. that III
friends seeming to rrmgnl.e the fact
that these standard dollars were nut de-
manded by the people of lh
United states as a elniilallng medium
of alues after making the dollars a
legal tender at their nominal value fur
all debls and dues public mid private
proceed to prolde for the storage of
these standard dollars In the Treasury
of tho United Males nnd Hint a silver
certificate shall circulate as a circulating
medium of values Instead uf Iheie
stored dollars. And lastly there Is a
fundamental error In the bill because by
Its very terms lu two distinct Instances
It declares Hint these standard dollars
are not equal In value as a circulating
medium of values to the standard gold
dollar of the United blatrs. In the bill
this Isdono by Indirection but It Is there
all the same. Hy n careful reading uf
the bill It will be found Hint where par-
ties choose to do so they may contract
to pay "gold" dollars and In such case a
lllnnd dollar will not dlschnrge the obll-
gntlon; and In the last proviso lo Sec-
tion 1 or the Act it Is provided that
these "standard dollars" shall not pay
gold sertitlcates Issued by Hie Untied
Slates under art of JJarcll 3 Bill. If
these two futnl provisions had been lelt
out of the llland 1111 It Is possible that
all the other obnoxious leatures could
have been borne but when Ibe bill pro-
tided nvast coinage and admitted Hint
such coinage was not equal In value to
gold In every particular the eillwas
It. What effect. In your Judgment
hat these errors In the bland bill had
upon the country?
A. They have-Increased the quanti-
ty of silver coin rar beyond the demands
of our people and tilled the country
with a oolnage that Is not equal In value
either to eold coinage or paper cur
rency. These are evils tulllcieiit; of
course there are others.
It. Are you a "gold bug."
A. I am not. but I am what vou tuav
call a silver man that Is I lavor the tree
use or legal tender sliver dollars rill-
ver Is the money or the laborer all over
the country and of the small traders and
oi tue large iruuers in smaii iraniac
actions. It Is for suili purposes
t no molt convenient currency: uu
In lame commercial transnotlor
It Is utterly al fault in lis bulk mid
weight composed with Its money value
miike It Inconvenient and expeuslvu tu
use. whilst the United Slnles may pos
sibly need $10utKKI0IXl or legal tender
silver or more. This Is sulllulent anil
not the vast millions that the llland bill
has given and will give If not repealed.
At the naisaue ofthe llland bill woliad
'about all the sliver oolnaire needed for
our ludlciuiis wants. I lie iiiaiin uiii
has had the cheat to constantly cheapen
the iiurchasliie value or silver coin and
to eahance the purchasing value or gold
coin lo this date tnis loss o' purenas-
Ing value In silver coin has been borne
by the government but It must sooner
or later rail unon those who hold and
must use the Bllver to-wli: The laborer
and the small traders. In the verr na
ture or events the silver certificates now
In the hands or the people must be re
llredtnnd tho millions of "standard Ml
ver dollars" now stored In our treasury
vaults must go Into circulation dollar
for Hollar on the certificates thus each
man having a $10 silver cerllllcalu must
take tnereior lu standard (liver dollars
worth In the world oftrade now SO oent
on the dollar: and If the llland bill shall
survive 10 years worth 30 cents on the
dollar In void. The shove must result
or the United Stales must treat the
stored standard dollars as so much bill
lion and proceed at enormous expense to
recoln the same putting into luch coins
enough standard silver to make each
coin worth In the commercial world In
gold what It claims on Us face. The
above Is the d ileum Into vvbUli the
llland bill has driven us. and Is still fur
ther driving us each dar. It Is nlalnlv
to be seen by all that this slate of aflalrs
Is surely slid rapidly driving our silver
colnege to the wall and soon Jen very
soon If things go on oar silver cerllli-
cates will be discounted In all our
tradings and our oountry filled with a
depreciated currency to-wlt. silver of
light weight and silver oertlrloates.
It. Cannot Congress declare that a
standard dollar having 412 grains troy
shall be a legal tender for all debts and
dues and thus keep our silver nt par V
A. Vei; It Is within the power or
Congress to take n piece of standard sil-
ver and place upon it the stump of tho
Government and denominate it a dollar
or 100 cents: and go farther and declcre
the piece a legal tender Tor It nominal
value. Hut bire Congress must Hop
I and there Is no power In Congress or
anywhere else to stud Ihat piece of ill-
I ver tn Kurope ami force lis passage there
at 100 cents In gold. No sir when a sll-
t ver or gold dollar leaves our mints and
i goes Into circulation. It confronts the
Inexorable laws of trade and comniereu
1 of the vroild and these laws govern lis
I circulation. For this stale of Hie cast
there Is no help. If Hie United States
were a non-commercial people; If we
had no foreign trade; If we bought and
sold notlilug abroad then the edlot of
Congress formeil on a standard sliver
dollnr that this piece or sliver Is as good
as 100 cents In gold might or might not
be maintained III the United Stales
Itut we are a eomuieroial people; we
trade "lib the world aid In biijingand
selling are and must ba governed bv
the laws of ouminerce. Tlie llland bill
and lis coinage mint stand a mocking
nullity when found In conflict with the
laws rules and usages of trade and Hint
loo. In our own trade marts.
It. What course do you think Con-
gress should adopt In the premises ?
A. Stop the coinage ot sliver at once.
Retire from nlrculallon all silver certifi-
cates as speedily as possible say $'Jihni-
HOD per month thus forcing the silvi r
now In our vaults Into circulation and
watch the result. If It should ap
pear that we nnvv no more sll-
r coinage man tue country neens
the friends of free silver cnlnniic con
tend then there Is no trouble ur loss lo
any fine or nny Interest Ir when ell
the the silver now coined Is put In cir-
culation there Is round a want vt sil-
ver then let Congress provide for morn
silver coinage. If however the retir
ing of the sliver eerllllcates and put-
ting Into olrculntltiu the sliver they
represent should throw unon the conn'
try a great plethora of sliver and
greatly reduce Its commercial and pur-
chasing value as will In my Judgment
tie tue result then tue tiianii nut lias in-
dicted a meat wrong upon the country
whloh Congress must remedy ir It rnn.
in case of sucli excess congress migiii
provide a ooln"eerllllcate not a "gold"
or "silver" certlllcnte but a "coin" cer-
tificate and by means or this "coin"
cerilllcalo retire His excess of silver
coin and ketp our mliiln closed tu sil
ver until the iiemnnu tor tne same
would call out the sllvi r deposited un
der the "coin" certlllcate. These "coin"
cerlitlcates should entitle tho holder to
gold or sliver coin nt the expense of
the Government nnd should be made
Interchangeable bv Hie Uovernmetit
only for gold eerllllcates. No fact Is
more certain than ir Congress as In the
llland bill recognize n superior value In
gum dollar men mo people win
surely so do.
no i tinuersianu tnnt you are in
Til wllh I'resldeiil Cleveland on the
Sliver question f
A. I do not understand 1'rrsldcnt
Cleveland. He says he Is a Democrat
nnil lie Inn nl out ltcpublican office-
holders and appoints Democrats In
their p'aces. In true Jacksonian style
yet every principle JoT governmental
nolllv announced by him Is strictly In
accord with the Republican polio) lor
?u yrars past; ami i only sny i no not
understand the man ; I am a silver
I want hi Hi s ver and irold for
currency but I wish the one equal to
the other In value: I look unon the
lllnnd bill as tho most ratal stab to sil
ver that t has ever received nt the
bands of Congress.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
Look for a norllicr to-nlglit or In the
A blir bn'ch of indictment! Is ex
pected soon from tho grand Jury.
Dullness In fill ires at the Hoard or
Trade on Soledad street was brisk this
Just ricelved at lowlera drug
store n few copies of ".lolinson n lliv
miespnlhlc Family OulOrKlllfrsctlcal
liiin.t to iiouuiopiitiiy also lamny
Messrs. .Mevers & O'llrlen. of tlio
Stcc l.xcliange laloon. Indignantly de
ny the assertion or lite Kvening 'I lines
that the two women Nellie Howard and
Lilly Gardner were arretted In their
The union nrnver service was neld
last night at Hie Cumberland l'resby.
terinn church led br Kev. (Jlddings
To-night the service will be held nt the
Urst l'resby terinn church led by liev
1 1 u I tie lluxtcr. a cvtirinn. was be
fore Justice Crawford to be tried on a
ohnrire of stea nrr SU0 from a man
named McCee. The caie vvnsdlsmlssed
for want of prosecution Jlctlee having
J. M. Kyle whole recent disappear
nnce from town cnused some alarm to
his friends lert some acoldent had ban-
enrii lo him 's now in vv ncn loncititg
ur one of the city papers thern. Tiny
ill i ouiit eis iu ir mu to near tie is iic
Two Irrepressible coons or the ar
or 10 made tilings hum on Avenue 1'
at each other.
fii-llade until two windows were broken
They then disappeared with amazing
Juan I'als was arrested yesterday
stable Krempknu w ho lodged
lall. lie was cluireed wllh the theft by
a vvotnnn who subsequently requested
that the charge might be withdrawn
mid ruls llbeiattd.
This morning Juitlre Crawford held
an examination In the case or Special
OlllcerJoe Itoblnson who was charged
w lilt striking a Mexican over (behead nt
the Washington Theatre a few dnys
since. Alter hearing the evidence the
jury acquitted itonmson
Tlie wife of the man Fisher so hor
rll.lv s.lilol milniill lv sl.-nin nnilor s
Sunset locomotive lu tlie repair shops
recently has been generously supplied
with funds for Immediate necessity by
tlie sunset employees woo mane up
puree of about $1100 for her.
Several newspaper men and Hie offl'
clnls or the road. Iriclnillntr the l'resl
dent made a goodly party to Floresvllle
this mornlnir over the San Antonio and
Aransas l'nss llnllroad. They Intend
making arrangements for a barbecue at
that lively town tn take place at an early
The blind phrenologist asserts he
can select for Individuals the occupation
In life to which nature has adapted them.
We wish ne would try bis band on some
of our amateur musicians and spring
poets he would be doing the community
a service. Some politicians too would
do well to consult him.
Mr lloniieODnlhlo department
now complete and 1 can now furnish
medicines of that school In any form to
either physicians or Hie public. A full
stock ur pellets sugar-or-mllk powder
pipers vials and all llomuopallile par-
aphernalia alwavs on hand. Harry 1.
Fowler 1 1 West Houston street. 1-Mf
The most popular cigarette! are the
Opera 1'uUi at popular price. 4-7-ly
The Soullism Texas Live Slock Asso-
ciation met at their rooms mi Main
l'lsis yesterday afternoon at II o'clock
wllh the President Colonel Julm T
Lytic In Hie Chair. Heading of Hie
minutes or the previous jirellug vvss
dispensed with. The following gentle
men were proposed and elect- d as nsw
members Anson .Msher.lohti .1. Ithodes
Colonel F. 1. Ilnrd.
On motion of II. F.. llnrnsrd. thn old
ofllcera were reelected wllh exception
I Marshal l erilinsnd .Mggli. iieiensiii.
resident. John T. LyMe: Vice l're I-
lent II F. Iluzartl; Secretary A. II.
Carnthsrs; Treasurer. Lou s Oge; Mar-
shal!. A Denees; F.xerullve ( omuill-
tee II 11. liarnnrd. Chairman Itexnr
County; J A. Dewees Kinney;!'. IE
Ilachal. Illmuiltt: J. S. Woodlmll. Kin
ney; John K. Wilson Gonzales; )'.. ft.
i.nrinne ; a. untie i no ;
M. Colmnau. Araaias: a. Ii.
Speed Frio; J. II l'ressnal Ptcm; .lotin
f . camp nexar; urorgc vv iiiinuieou
llexar; Jaiaes F. Scott llexar; M. Unlit
Hexsr; Oenrge W. West Live (Ink; 1.0.
Dewees llexar; Dr. tl. II. .lahusi'O
On motion ol Decree H. Williamson.
the President appointed ten delegates
Including himself to attend the Denver
Stockmen's Convention with authority
to cast the full vote of the association
Ibe fo How nit Kentlemen were ap
pointed: J.T. l.vtle II F. Iluzuril. M.
nslil uenrge . vv niiamson..i t .(. nmp
J II. l'ressnal. Louis Oire. Sidney Till-
tie. John J. Ithoihs .!. O. Dewees
Anson Malier having rented the rooms
now occupied by the nssoc ntlon for the
: year tendered ineir continued
thn association which was ac
cepted with a vole of thanks.
as me oasis oi delegation in me pru-
r convention had been flx.d at one
vnli. f.r sisrr All IHSI In nil nt mill. 1.1..I
horses owned by members of an nssocla-
t tori the Secretary was requeued to
ascertain the number of void to which
this association wan entitled 011 such
basis and to make certificate to the
same. In answer to which Major llin-
kle stated Hist the most reliable elntla-
tlcs obtainable showed Hint the ll'."
members or the nisoclntlon now owdmI
about 7B0.UI0 head or naltle and aVMOO
head or horses nggregstlng I.IKO.tM)
hesd. nnd entllllug the association to
cast '.') votes. On motion ol John O.
Dewees the meeting Hdjoiirnid till
oalltd by the proper oliiueri.
Nan VnitK January f. T he World of
this morning says; Another 'caf wa
added to the garland that adorns the
brow of lloilon's pet John L. Sullivan
Sunday. Tin scene or his Inst en
counter was the Ullsey 'louse or this
ly. Ills victim wan 11 newsboy 11 mere
illd sickly and Inoffensive. Sullivan
as lust leavlne the (lllser house lu 11
drunken condition when the little news-
lioy ran up anil said "capers gentle-
men." Sullivan replied "D njiui I'll
send vou tu h II" and as he spoke be
struck the Utile fellow In the mouth
with the head of his umbrella. I hn liuv
fell almost senseless. Ills Hps wero hor-
ribly lacerated and three teeth were
genu. Sullivan walked leisurely nway.
A guest In the hotel tried to Induce the
boy to accompany him to the police stn-
Hon In order to efreot Sullivan's arrest
but tlio timid child replied: "I guess
not tuliter. If 1 should and he Is nr-
rested he would kill mc alterwnrils.
am glad lie Old not lilt mo Willi ills
list or I would not have seen mother
l.iiMius' January C Advloes from
Warsaw say' ihat !!) persons have hi en
arrested on e. charge of being linpllcuted
in nihilistic conspiracies. An nnsucceas
ful attempt was innde recently to mur-
der two police sides. The ofllcial lnvis-
tigation which loiioweu these attempted
assassinations led to the arrests thst
have just been made lhn mnlnrlly of
the aliened conspirators are Kns-lniis
and are of good social runk.
DiNviiu: 111. January (!. The tur-
vlvlng members ot tlie fnmlly ofthe bile
Walcott Allen living near this city .
have gone hopelessly Insane over re-
llulon. '1 hev are all cnnverls of a revival
recently held In the neighborhood
UeorcB Allen aired 112. was ailiudued In.
sane on Monday and ids brother Heber
Allen aged ill wns niijuugeti insane jet.
terdav. ltoth are bends or fninllles 11ml
eaclibann wife nnd twochlldren. Their
sister. Mist Mary Allen aged '!!. will
tried for Insanity to-day. The mother
aged uo years is nun insane.
An Amendment by Reagan
Wasiiinciton January fi.In the House
to-day II r. llengan proposed a const I
tutlonal amendment striking out the
constitutional prohibition ngalnst direct
taxation. and 1 rovldlng Hint direct taxes
when levied by the United Slates shall
lit apportioned between the States on a
bnsli or value ot property and the States
shall have the right lo collect the tame
bv their own nlllcers mid Iroin subjects
of taxation provided by their own laws.
Kan-ah Cnv Jnnuarv- 0. 'I lie Times'
Springer N. !. ipeclal says: It Is
fenreu that very heavy losses will occur
umonK Hie cattle on the ranges In this
region this winter Thocntllemen an-
tlclnatlnir an unen uinti r. have general
lv reta nert fewer men than usual anil
on uccount of recent storms I lie cattle
are tunny of tlieui already Urirtlne Iroui
The Bl-Motalllc Association.
The organization of the silver men Is
being dally made mora perfect In Wash
Inglon. The crusade of the goldhugs Is
to he resisted to the last degree
meeting or the Kxecntlve Committee of
the Ul-Metallio Asioclatloa vv 111 he held
there on the l llh IriBlulit nnil there Is
the promlie of a full atleiiilaiicc. Tho
tnemharahli or the association Is very
large nnd extends over tlio entire coun-
try. Hon Oliver Cllflon.of the Jackson
CTsrioii is a memuer ot ineromniiite
for Uisslislniil. and llndlnir that It wl
be luipotslhle fur him to attend he hat
sent his proxy lie Is In full sympathy
w tu I lie spirit animating tne cnatniiions
of silver In Congress npd he hopes to
see tne assoeiation tske ground CI vvartn
Inaorscinent oi t ne in.
Ever' Hnt-clniJ dealer scl's Open
I'uils clesrettcs. Avoid liilurlous I nil
W. II SIVIMS
fir- THE ONLY VARIETY
PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK!
" Hi- v hums ur solid
G-ejtei2Xj iDiMiisaionsr 25 Cars-
James ITeary !".
Thursday. Friday Saturday anil Sunday January 7 8 9 & 10.
Tlie Is'lloiin.il ill iiini iick null the liiiiulinblo act f Milled
BARRY SULLIVAN OUTDONE!
mim. in. IkailK). Laker and tls llouiuil.
tivi.it rt in. " oitcilIaTItA
Sorlo-Cotnlo Gums Miss Suslo Stokos
'Hie i lllvcr-ilt I'llmnl. Kliflillt VVt-i-K ill Ml "
Miirrt .MiKMi-liit. I littnii'lt'i tin Imiiili Ac
Mi 1 1. U Ii llrmil rill. I III- Ulli-r Niiirf Mi J'l -
.MiU'tiithj. ( fi.iiHcti'r-j'itiiiili' Mel'llf it t. I Hi
Groat Success of Miss LOTTIE
111 llurlciic. Characters Motors
ln Popular Songs
- LiiUKlmlilc net eiilllli'd
In Motto Sonus
i'lsiilalliiu Slu li li Arti-tN In tltt-lp nriKliuil 11 lutiltlnn Skidcll. cnlilli-1 "LUf MB 1111"
i liieiuir litli.-eliiiiui-li-r ilfliire ortliii inieilllii alcil .-.i.ltlicril Negro lllrl.nKoCainp Uet
llllf II)IIIIIH lltlllJONllll
I kis-u lo-iKlit i Nru
ho Uvor Popular Miss Cad Blossom
ENGAGEMENT- UXTrtAOItDINAItY 1
And first niiponrnncii In Aniorlcn of tlio Oront JAPANESE JUGGLER
Tlio wontlor ot tlio I Otlv Contury Produclns moro Original and Diffi
cult Trlckt than nny other Artist In
romninn- lll conclude llll til' loll 1 . ntltlcil
SCENES IN A SCHOOL.
'it !.m-ry Donlvy
(IIIU il Suronr
iu 1. 1
tirSr NliW FACKS
DON'T -t- GO
-M' VOU WANT ---m '
TO; BUY MTllITIES.
We are Not Selling Old
Stylo Goods but
Fine Dress Goods
Silks Satins anil Velvets
(Ms awl Wraps 'of all Ms.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FinST-CLASS PtSORT TOR FAMILIES.
HEATED llo3TEAM THROUOHOUT
Evory Wodnoaday and Saturday Evenings and a ippuclal Froo
Concert Every Sunday from 4 to 1 I p. m.
First-Class Bar-Room Restaurant and Billiard-Room Altaclied.
rilOMl'l' ANII l'ofcvn; Al-niNTlONaUAKASIKKI).
Alamo Street - - - - - - San Antonio Texas.
I.eaiii.11 or OlICIirSTRA
l.nsoBH or iliuss limn
THEATRE IN THE CITY.
SXWRSff. Lizzie Shelton
iiiiflli" r.rlti." writ ton mi'l cninftwu hy
i - tl) .Hr.
i' w ritlrn unit ciitujsiHM.l hy Htiri
Kunjf -" T.io rMur 01 tlluiiKurry.'
BURTON In hor Banjo S0I03.
eiilltled "I'm it IViry
id tticy Iclc 1110 up.
- Miss CAD BLOSSOM
11 . .. oiii'iii'-srit v
MISS SUSIE STOKES
hits line. Don't fail to boo him.
IIIII 'IH-Tlt V
. . -Ilitrry Mucnrthy
EVERY WEEK. g
and Shelf-Worn. Out-of-
New and Desirable
Jerseys for Ladies Misses CMlflreii.
Silli Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
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