San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 315, Ed. 1, Friday, January 8, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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-RED CROSS WHISKEY.
RED CROSS WHISKEY
RED CROSS WHISKEY
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
San Antonio Daily Light
Volume V. Number 3 1 5.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 8. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
- RED CROSS WHISKEY-
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
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 Gocds CIoth.Dg Shoes Hats Etc.
flCmc to sec ami be convinced that wc me in whU we
Coo. H Kaltoyar President - Otto Koohlor Soc. and Managor.
-k LONE STAR
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
TO ARRIVE ! !
One Cur Upholstered (looils
now styled very (Inc.
Olio en i' (')iniiilicr Suits in id
Xovi'HicH from (Irimd liiipids
unique and elcpmt in denial
One' cur Hue Ulicup L'uriiitiiie
from best iimkerx.
f. SIMM ANO.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
4EMP0RIUM OF FASHI0N.
This Establishment Is now Replete
Knll anl Winter Season.
Fall and Winter
'Can be seen In lllack nml Colored. I'inln iiml Unloaded. Casetineres (black
and colored). Tricots Diagonals Serges etc. Ciuuel llalr anil Wool Sat-
eens. Velvet and Velveteens In "II colon" plain and brocaded. Bilk
Fongees D-ess I'lalda In single and double widths and
jGjrTrlniiulnge to suit all Drees Goods.'t
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He Is now showing tbe largest stock of Kid Dlovns Mils Laces and Kancy'Ooodr
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
be has (in endless vnrlt'ly and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tbe latest Pall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats
Ostrich I'luines Tips Hlbbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department la under flrst-clais artistes
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellng Domestlo Prints Ginghams Alpacas Comforters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was Iho most niagnlflcent slock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen in any dry goods house In I'exas.
Especial attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
bilks and can he also give the greatest bargains In
A very luriro anil complete stuck
Bliocs and llonta. A mil lino
Also a run stock or uelitleuiutra rui lushing UouUs.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
(lit Furniture Department Uoonulotp w td KouiehoM UikIi an1 lie will mlt o very body
in this line. Am-iniruthir goo U wo on J Pluth I'arlor Suits M thuie 1'arlor Suits. Walnut anil
Ash Itedroom Hulti. Wur lriboi Uhilrs Il3lv llrjiiols a'4 Inifrata Carpets Kuirs Matttoir
Curtains WlnJow tibaOett. Uto Cnuntr urJns filled pruinptlv And satisfaction jruaranteei
Send fur samples
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
with All the Novelties tor the
Silks and Satins
Shoes and Hats
tbe larirct ever nrninrlit to Texas i
Alla'rt Cillawav. FnK'k and Hack Hulls.
or Lailles. Misses' Men's and llo) a'
of Hlelsnn Soft and Ml ilT Hats.
Th. Appointment! Made by Speaker
Waiiiwtov January 7 Following
Is a full lift of the moat Importn'it
House ('ounnlllees as announced by
Ways and Means Morris 'n of Illi-
nois Mills of Texas lle'Ve t of N'ew
York. McMillan of leunessre Harris of
Georgia llreckenrldge of Arkaasns
Maberrv of Michigan Hreckenrldgi- of
Kentucky Kelly of reiiiisjlinnla. Ill-
conk of New York. Itrown of Indiana
Itcid of Maine McKlnlcy or Ohio.
Committee on Appropriations linn-
dull of Pennsylvania. Forney of Ala-
bama llu man of Indiana lownsend ot
Illinois. Hums ol Missouri I'ahell of
Virginia. Lnfevre of Ohio Ailuius of
New York Wilson of West Virginia
Cannon of Illinois ltyan of Kansas
llulttrworlh of Ohio Long of Maisa-
I'liuselts McCouius of Maryland Hen-
derson of Iowa.
Committee on Coinage Weights and
Measures Wand of Missouri l.anham
of Texas Seymour of Conneillvnt
Hetnphell of South Carolina Norwood
ot Georgia Scott of I'cntisyltniila
Mo'Veary f Kentucky llynom . f In-
diana James of New York. Hockwell
ot Massachusetts. Utile or Ohio frllon
of California Fuller of Iowa Know lei of
Itlvers and Harbors-Willis of Ken-
tucky Hlancharil of Louisiana. Jones oi
Alabama. Murphy of Iowa Gibson of
West Virginia. Stewart or Tex Carl-
Ion of Michigan Hatchings or .Missis-
sippi Glover or Missouri llenil.-r.Dii of
Illinois llayueof Pennsjlvaila .stone of
Massachusetts llurlelgh or New York
Grosvenor of Oblo Msrkbam of 1'nll-
rornla. Foreign Afialrs Itelinont of New
York Clements ot Ueorgla. Cox of
North Carolina. Singleton of Mississippi
Worlblngto I ll.ii "1 Daniel of Ver-
mont McC'renr) ol Kentucky ('rain of
Texas nice of Maesarhiuets. Waite of
Connecticut Ketcham f New York
Phelps of Mew Jersey mil or Illinois.
iseval Anairs neruert ot .Manama
Hen lit of New York Wise of Virginia
flalentlneof feini. stee. McAiloo or New
Jersey Norwood or Georgia. I.ne or
Delaware Buyers of Texas Ilanuer ol
1'eiinsvlvanlu. Thomas of Illinois. Guff
or Wait Virginia. Iloulette of Maine
Duck or Connecticut.
Publle l.ntuls Cobb of luillatia Hsu-
lev or California. Van F.aton of Missis
sippi. Koran of Oblo Wslford or Ken-
iuckv. Stevens 01 Missouri j.anuis oi
Illinois McKae of Arkansas strait of
Minnesota Anderson or Kansas Payson
of Illinois. Stephenson of Wisconsin.
Jarkson of Pennsylvania. Voorhses or
iVrrltorlea-illll or Ohio Springer or
Illinois Sprlggs of New York Hums of
Georgia Sadler of Alabama. Iluyle of
renusyivanta. rerry oi ooutii Carolina
Dawson or Missouri Struble or Iowa
Parker or Mew lorn cooper oiumo
Herman of Oregon Symes orCalirornla
Joxeuh of New Mexico.
Hints and Mining Clardv of Missouri
O'Farrelli.r Virginia Hill or Ohio. -kin-net
of North Carolina. Jones of Texas
Newal of Tennessee Gloss or'l'ennessee
Gav or Virginia Barr or Mississippi
Wlilla of Minnesota. Wnodburn ot No
vada. Uudsley of New York Symes of
Calirornla Maikbaiuof California Ilean
Commltlee on Pacillo Kallwnya-
Ihrookniorton ol lexas. crisp oi ueor
ela. Cabell of Vlrelna. Dunn ofArkan-
aaa. Ullss of New York. Tillman of South
Carolina Outhwalte or Oulo Klchard-
son or Tenaessee Hanback of Kansas
Holmes of Iowa. Kverhart or Penusvl
vaala. Harden ol Mississippi Weber of
Committee on Elections Turner or
Georgia. Lowery of Indiana Ituberlson
of Kentucky Mania of Iowa Pettibone
ofTenneesee llahn of Io Islana Hop.
klni or Pannsvlvanla. DorseT of Nehraa
ka llnyle or 1'eunsylianla Henderson of
norm Carolina itreen oi uw uersey
Croxlon of Virginia Hull or Ion a Payne
or New lerk. Kly or Massachusetts
Coaiinerce-lteagan of Texas. Cli
r Missouri. Crisp or Georgia Caldwell
or rennets-e urnrrei oi virgin!
Tsrnsey of Michigan I'ulltzer of Ne
Tork. uvnuin or Indiana. Irwin or Lo
Islana O'Neill or Pennsylvania Davis or
.uaisscnuirlis uiiuuain ot Illinois
Weaver of Nebraska Johnson of Ne
York. Morris of California.
Judiciary Tucker of Virginia. Han
mood of Georgia. Culberson of Texas.
Collins of Massachusetts Scney of Oblo
Oatea or Alabama Owen of Indiana
Kodaere of Arkansas Bennett of North
Carolina. E. II. Taylor of Oblo Parker
el new 1 org nanny or nassacnuseiis
Hepburn of Iowa. Stewart of Vermont
Caswell of Massachusetts.
Baaklng and CurrencyCurtis of Pena
atlvanla Miller of Texas Candler of
ueorgla uiiKina oi unm Arnot ot new
Tork Snyder or West Virginia Howard
of Indiana. Hutton of Missouri Dlngley
of Maine Brum of Pennsylvania Ailatns
or Illinois uraay or Mew lorx vvoou
uury or Nevada.
Agrlcul!ure--Hatch of Missouri. Aiken
of South Carolina Green of North Caro
lina loans or Michigan Frederick or
Iowa Davidson ol Calirornla. Stahl-
Becker of New York. Morran of Missis-
alppl Glass of Tennessee TThlte ot Mln-
aesota runsiannr nansaa rrtceor Wis-
consin Mines ol New Jersey Pierce o(
Uhode Island Srrlnburne of New York
Ollbrd of Dakota.
Military Affaire Bragg of Wisconsin
Wheeler or Alabama. Wllford of New
York Ermentrout of Pennsylvaiila.Dar-
gan of South Carolina. Findlay of Mary-
land Vlele of New Y'ork Andersoa of
Oklo Steele of Indiana. Land ot Ne-
braska MoCutchenn of Michigan Hank
fTenneasee Negley of Pennsylvania
Carr of Wyoming.
Pottollleea and Poelroads Blount of
Georgia Ward of Indiana lllggs of Illi-
nois Taylor ot Tennessee Jones of
Texas. Dlckery of Indiana Warner of
Ohio Merrlman of New York Barry of
Mississippi Bingham of Pennsylvania.
Wakefield of Minnesota Burroughs cf
Michigan. Guntber of Wlscunaln Mil-
lard of New vork Peters of Kanaai
Carnle or Utah
Indian Affaire Wellborn or Texas.
Peele of Arkaasas. Sklnaer or N.rth
Carolli a torm or Pennsylvania Felix
The Doctr Doctoring.
Some dootors love to prescribe long
voyages for very debilitated and falling
patient! Juai to get them out of the
way and not have them die on tbeir
bands. Last week the doctor told a
Eoor fellow who oan'l raise money to
ny a new bat that be ought to go to
Europe. Better tell snob a man to keep
near home and use Brown'a Iron Hitlers.
Dr. Myers of Falrlield Iowa has tried
II extensively among hie patients. He
aye: "It Is tbe beat Iron preparation I
have known In my 0 years of practice."
AN IMPORTANT ITEM.
The Penally for Non-Vacclnatic
The LliiliT calls Ihe attention of the
public! to Ihe followlig sections of Hie
r vised i liy ordinances i
serllun I chapter H. That every
person licliig the parent or guardian or
liming the rare custody or comml or
any minor or oilier Individual shall to
the extent or any menus pint r ami au-
Ihorliy or said parent guardian or othr
person that cou'il prop-rlj li uil or
exeried fur audi pur(e - anil
procure such minor or ImlMilual I he-
so pro "p It and ctr etltely vaccinated;
lint mch minor or Imllv .noil -hill i m
lie llalile lo lake Ihe small pox
The penally fur not ouiplt Imr nllh
the above section is a line nol less
than live nor more ihan one huuilred
dollars. Under chapter '.".I see-
Ion fi. ine loiiun ing is invent
Every phislclaii In Hi- ellv "hull re-
nut to this board (Hoard of Health) In
vtltlng Immediately after hie llrsl oro-
fesalnnal visit every pallenl lie shall
laboring under Ihe fullouing
diseases: typhoid typhus yellow fever.
Asiatic cholera small pox or other con
tagious or Infectious diseases and every
ilealh from such ill. ease Iminedlatel)
fler It has occurred
Section II enacts that etery lioure-
holder shall atso report Ihe names of all
nmates or his or her house whom he or
die shall hitve reason lo believe sti-k of
heseorany other contagious dl-eases
mil Ihe Superintendent of Pu bile Schools
shall In like manlier be nolilled.
he penally for non compliance with
is n Hue of not less Ihan ." nor more
Ntw York Tenements
New Yiiiik .lanusry ".'The Herald
this morning shj : Lust November the
Cnnstltiilli.n ( lull appointed a commit-
tee to exaioli e i l lo the condition of the
enemenis . I New York City. Last
evening Dr. Giinn haliiusn oflhe com
mute made n verbal report to Ihe club.
He said: "I haw termed that Trinity
Church Is the owner of Ihe worst tene-
ment houses In Ihe city. T rinity Chinch
a- nil-universal reputation I llnd an ong
retched people forced to I We In such
laces of being Ihe hardest ami meanest
milord In New Yoik Let any one
ho wishes In verilv mystalement goto
the building. N.;)l Lalght ntreet which
Is owned by 'Trinity Church and Is In-
habited by '.IK) people. On tbe ground
uoor on ine i.aigm street stile is a liquor
store although Trinity ( hurcli professes
never to rent to liijuor dealers. The
building It In Ihe moat terrible condition
Imaginable The floors of the halls are
covered with til t la rroin overflowed sinks
and closets and how any human being
can live In such a de:i Is dilflcult to
Imagine. No.:il Watla street Is another
tenement ho".e owned by 'Trinity
Church anil rented to Its occupants di-
rectly from ihe 'Irlnlty Church olllcers.
The cellar was tilled a foot deep with
sewage that had leaked from broken
sewer pipes. The floors or the halls
were so covered with tilth from the
eame source that It deepened Ihe sound
or one's footsteps "
White and Black.
Cli-.vm.am Ohio January 7 'There
is great excitement among the residents
on llrownell street a thoroughfare which
penetralea tbe best residence part of the
city over the marriage of Miss Ina Mor-
ion and a colored barber. Tbe following
fads have been ascertained :
'The Morion family moved from Se-
ville Oblo to Cleveland three years ago
ana opened a iioariung nouse near ine
llollatiden hotel. 'Two colored domes-
tics were employed one of whom Is at
present with the family. These girls
hill two lovers. Ilrsgg and Barber both
or whom were tonsorlal artists. Bsrber
Is a colored Adonis and It transpires
mat ins nneetions were rapidly trans-
rerred from the servant to hei while
mlxtress and Miss Ina did not teem to
be adverse to Ihe same. C andestln
meetings were frequent the colored girl
acting as go-between and on Wedoea-
day afternoon Barber's colored chum.
Bragg procured a marriage license for
mm anu Mr. Augustus iiaruer was
united In mairlage to Miss Ina Morion
ai too residence oi itev. uassoway pis-
tor of the African Methodist Kp'ecopal
Church on Krle street. Wednesday af
ternoon and took the train for the east.
The Recorder's Court
Lino Malta drunk and disorderly
lined f 5.
Henry Beok. oarrylng a pistol fio
Uonlco Qulntero drunk and disorder
ly lined $5.
F. Wagenfuhr keeping a vicious dog
Gil Xlme es drunk on street ill'-
J. W Green heating and striking.
Isldor Lamia violating market ordl
Susan Cumbrer. insulting language.
ritmncctrullr dedicated to the eltlscns nf
Pan Antonio f Iluiry .Macartliy Arkausaw
All hall) all hall I to this New Year
Let our volees In harraeny slag-
Farewell to the veer nassed awav.
And our thaa-a for the good It did
Let our sorrows our trouhlee and cares
Like the old year be thus laid away
And mingle our blessings and prayers
That we've lived to see this New
All haill all ball! to thla New Year'a
To the love and pleasures 'twill bring:
All hall I ail hall! to this New Year's
Let our voices In hartuonv slnir
All hall! all hall! to this New Year's
Now let each man relleot on the past.
Anu try lo live in a neuer way.
And Improve on the good of the last
And thus year by year from youth
If our sins from our hearts we will
We need not tear to step off tbe stage
When our final New Year's day
All ball! all hall! to this New Year's
Let our voices In harmony sing
Farewell to tbe year passed away.
And our thanks for the good It did
Ever; first-class dealer sells Opera
Puds cigarettes. Avoid Injurious Imi-
LOOK OUT FOR THEMI
One Hundred and Twenty-five Victims
on the Library Racket.
On the Will uf December a couple of
jiuiiig men registered at the Si. Leon-
ard as Frank C. Monroe and Bruce
Pol.ton ol San Francisco. Monroe
nas a line specimen of pli) ileal man-
hood about six feel high well propor-
tioned gray ejes. brown hair light
moutlnche anil wore a genteel gray suit
nfc; istmcre. lie protested to lie a pro-
fessional base-ball playet and shoned
badly used up llng.rs In proof. Ills
parlner. Bruce Polsson wastmall v. Ir )
nboiil live leet seven Inches In height
keen ilnrk restless eyes stubby black
moustache crooked nose wore dark
roll of clothes and unlike Monroe nas
not prepn.sesliig In appearance al-
though genleel. They claimed lo he
iigeiiia of Harper llrolhera publishing
house and proposed lo establish a c r-
niilatliig library in Ibis clly composed
ol Harper's paper-covered novels. Ar-
rangements were made with Kit. Itlsche
A Sons rr sin lie room for 'Aim) volumes
in Ihelr Alamo plara store and also
that said Kit. Illscue A sons should act
as Ihelr nKeiila In Una city. They then
started out lo secure members for said
library pulling Ihe pi Ice at $1 for a
card entitling the bolder the use ot
Ihe books or said library lor two
years. They met wlthgooil success ami
as lar as la know n some rj" tickets nere
sold at $1 each. The) partially made
arranged. nlsat Moore s Printing House
lo have MKIcow rs printed nllh lllsclie'a
advertisement on but never came back
lo close mi Ihe bargain aller selling a
mbershlpcard lo .Mr. vt heeler. They
bad made all lorla or promises anil told
II sorls ur stories iibolll the .cllilllf all
be time using Ihe name ol K.I lll-il.e A
Sons as guarantee ol good lallh arid
Igiilng said tlrm name as auenie lo the
meiiiberihlp i aids wlii.oul auihorliy.
in fun! pnrii a negan income lino
he slore clalinltiit llbrar) ihcrahlp
rhileges nhen ihe furgeit id lli llrui
ante nas '1-cov. red and rat hegsn to
e ettiellcil. Hut Messrs. Monioe &
'nl.siili lieteragaln .honed Up. Inquiry
i Ihe si l.ei.i aid Hotel disclosed Ihe
lacl ll.nl they bad paid Ihelr bill and left
train early .iionuay morning out
bleb train It Isnotknonn. From
the many different stories (old by them
and many other things that have leaked
out there re i alna no doubt but what
e una ate a si ck brace and
norked their rutket siicre.s'ully. Let
tie peniue in .liner sections ot ine coun-
ry look out for Ibe library raikel; 11 Is
ot caiciuaieii io improve ine taitn in
literary fellows" to any considerable
'The plumbera aro happy.
'The San Antonio Hides drilled at
tbelr armory last night.
l degrees was the lowest regltlra
tlon of the thermometer last night.
A saloon In tovn base sign placed
i one or lis door posts "boots oiled
The street work on South Flores
street Is the finest ever seea In San A
Wood waa scarce on the plaxa mar
ket tins morning anil tne prices were
seven stories mgu.
The thermometer has gone Into win
ter quarters Willi the mercury at the
Dotiom ot ine glass.
A pound parly will be given at th
residence of Mr. William ('lenient In tLe
rlrsl Hard next cdnesilay night
TheAraneaa Pass Itallnav Is no
receiving freight and t a.eengera as fr
as Floresville and Intermediate iioluts.
Dally departure of trains at ":'M a. 'i .
A. G. Thomas. of the Thomss House
Judge J. II. Polly John K Mo.Mullen
Couaty Clerk. John McDanlel. a slock
man anil ... J. loca came op on ine
Floresville train last evening
Whv was not tbe Vance will ease
tried In the County Courtroom? Judgi
Moonan couii' men nave gone on win
the regular business of the Dlstrlc
Court which Is now belngunnereisarlly
Ad accident occurred at the Sun
Depot early thla morning Phil Wag
ner a workman employed in the Souse
vrd. fell from a tank at the coal bn
and broke his arm and leg and was badly
suaken up. mo oiame can oe aiiaciieu
to the railway company.
Battle of New Orleans.
To-dav la the anniversary ot the bat
tie of New Orleans and la a legal holi
day In Louisiana. The day la kno
Jackson's dar throughout tbe coi
and la generally celebrated la style by
The Officers 8ay
Officers Cbadwell and Bennett request
tbeLioiirto state that Messrs. Meyers
t O'Brien' statement that tin
women Gardner and Howard were not
arreated In Ihelr house Is raise. I hev
Cbadwell and Bennett who made th
arrest maintain the women were ar
Messrs. Green aad Paige went Into
little saloon west ot the San Pedro last
night to get a drink round the bar
keener asleep aad awoke him and bega
"chaBlng" hlui. The bar-keeper be
came anirrv. tried lo put the men oui
and received a black eye for his trouble
ureen was arresiea ior oeaung am
striking blui. but Ihe Itecorder ills
missed ine ca e mis morning.
A Vicious Doe
Mr. F. Wagenruhr who Uvea on
Avenue C Third Ward was before lb
Hecorder this morning for keeping
vicious dog. Mr. Wagenfuhr proved the
dog a Utile white spotted lice did not
belong to Blu. atinougn it stayed about
his house. It bit two little glrls.daugh-
tersora Mr. Clark. Policeman Smith
waa ordered to kill It to-day. and II
order no doubt has been earried oul e
The Fashion Theatre Is presenting
very exceptional bill this week so far as
Its attractiveness la concerned. Tbe
main features ot the entertainment are
the wonderful and orltrlnal nerformanoe
or Yasso the Japanese jnggler; the
clever sketch artiste. Johnnr and Lottie
Burton; tbe grotesque and highly artistic
impersonations oi unueri narony: ine
ever-fresh Harry Manarthy. aid the
pleasant voeallsmi of Miss Susie Stokes
ana astee i.au moeeom.
SIMMS & SAMUELS
r VIVT ANTONIO
wTHE ONLY VARIETY
PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK I
Hlwii)itiim'iiMM l.i nk hihI wltj'Y 111 'nit m wo fotitlmin to jrls e trtuxJ shows and en-
nit liit tln fi lt hi tint In Aincrlrit. W'n chnritr but Iwrnty-tttr lit and for
H Hint jiui i-Hn fiij thrcf hours r tlri lauirhtcr.
ENTIRE NEW BILL.
G-iEnsrzEraT-j A2Diisaioisr 25 Cars-
MONIIAY JAN II Ism
James Neary SlivWa1. rcri':r?;';.T!:.ai!S Lizzie Shelton
tailay Friday Satarday and
Tim 'rrniiiiaucii olll commence villi the luimhahlc ait entitled
BARRY SULLIVAN OUTDONE!
eamio laailcy 1 aker and MIm Howard.
Iho I iilcruTr'iuorllcKlKlilh Wccknt.Mr. - - -
The Proteus or llie Picsenl. Il.lhi.-"l'm halving tin. r.rln." written and cninraaitHl by
i r .Mai artli) Character 'I he Count) Aelor Hong "I'm Man that Kikiuis." Llianicter
-. 'I Im o llrj mi iiii.I hi. la tier. Hoiik"M' I'lcll)' Colleen ' ttrlttcn and coinscd by Harry
icartli) I liaraitcr Haiiulo McKlle a Hcoteli shepherd. Hong "T.io Htaror (llengarry."
Groat Succoss of Miss LOTTIE
1 1 In uii. I Atiiinit it) nf
In lhirtcwiu Chanuient Hoiiks
n Popular Songs -
Vr.llTI'ltr. . . . ..t'lto Mlnutea
The lillgliilt.lf act flitlthal
n Motto Sonus
O Dl'lDTnMC O
Plaiilatloii Hkctch Artists. In Ihelr orlirlual I'lanlittloii Hketcli entitled. "I.KT MB UK"
Intro tiicltiir loltl-f intruder idctnn'ot I In cilllltitttit Hoiillicrn NeirroOlrl.iilsoCaiupMeot
Imr lljlini.. llauJoHolos. Ctu.
-N. II. .Nolo lliukia-ullislKlitorNiKni Idiom. lariMowal by Miss Lotlln Ililrtnll. flic Is B'l
anal Hint Iho audience are nltcll liicllniil n. lalltto that alio is a man iln-l up In woman's
clollilmr. hut ttonssni-ooiir natrona Hint sncti 1. not tl t-o.
Tho Evor Popular
ENOAOEMENT EXTRAORDINARY 1
And rirst appearance In America of the Croat JAPANESE JUCCLER
Tho wonder of tho 1 Oth Century Producing more Original and Diffi
cult Tricks thnn any other Artist In
Tin- pel roniuiuco t III conclude with the
t'hnractrr li tho
UCg NliW FACES
We are Not Selling Old
Style Goods but
Fine Dress Goods
Silts Satins and Velvets
(Ms and Wraps of all kinds.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
WOLF &c l&JLttX:
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED BYoSTEAM .THROUGHOUT.
Evory Wednesday and Saturday Evenings and a 8poclal Free
Concert Every Sunday from 4 to I I p m.
Ciroi Place Rar Rnrini Recffliirant anrl nilliarrl Pnnm t"
I II Ul VlUUt UUI-UVVUI) SIUJIUUSUUI UUU UlUIUlU'llUUUI ' . I ii
PnOMIT AND rOLlTE ATTENTION ODAKANTrVP
Alamo Street - - - - - - San An'.ci.iu "'oi.as. ;
. .Ilt'siaiuia Makaoer
LaAIIKH OF OlICItRSTHA
THEATRE IN THE CITY.
r'lltHT APPKAItAMT. OF
Sanday January 7 8 9&10..
" ' IliltjyHiSTIlA
Miss Suslo Stokos
BURTON In nor Banjo Solos.
entillel "I'm a Kalry and they IK;k
Miss CAD BLOSSOM
MISS SUSIE STOKES
Uln 1 1 nllln
Miss Cad Blossom
hia line. Don't tall to aee him.
EVERY WEEK. S)Sr
and Shelf-Worn Out-of-
New and Desirable
Jerseys for Ladies Misses Children.
Silt Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 315, Ed. 1, Friday, January 8, 1886, newspaper, January 8, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144737/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .