San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 316, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 9, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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-RED CROSS WHISIHY."
RED CROSS WHISKEY
RED CROSS WHISKEY
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
RED GROSS WHISKEY-
ED CROSS WHISKEY.
RED CROSS WHISKEY.
San Antonio Daily Light.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 31 6.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 9. 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.
SCtmc to see and be convinced that we inein what we
Ceo. H Kalteyor Prosfclont - Otto Kooiilor Soo. and Manager.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
4emporium OF FASHION.f
Tnls Establishment Is row Replete with All tne Novelties for the
Fall nnrt Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be sern In lllaok and Colored Plain anil Ilrojailetl. Cussiiiieret (black
and oolorfd) Trluota Diagonals Sf mrs etc. Cuinel Hair and Wool Sat-
' fens. Velvets and VelvetM-ris In all color plain and brocadc-d. Silk
Pnugrea 1) rat I'lalds In simile and double vvliltlis and
Qr-TrlnimlnK to mil all Kress Gomls.-vSn
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
lie In now showing the largest stock of Kid Oluvea. Mils I.aces and KancyJOoods
for Ladles and Children ever lfoiitil to our olty. In Silk Hosiery
lie bai an endleu variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and - Winter Millinery
All tbtt latest Kail and Winter styles and makes ofllonnets and Hats
Ostrich Plumes Tips Ribbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department is under llrst-claes artistes
who will please the lasles of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Toweling Dotuestlo 1'rlnts Glnglmms. Alpacas Comrorters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other thing which were very extensively
purchased by bis agents was the most inagiiltlcent slock of Dress
Quods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texan.
Especial attention was given to purchasing fall and Winter
rillkt and can he also give the greatest bargains In
HI ituuk of Full ami Winter UlotUlntr I Ihe
brittle. In tne latcU putt
A very laryn una
thelstcU pittteroi Prince
ami Hoots. A full line
Aim u full itnok of Oentlemon'a Furriiohlntf (.ootlsj.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
in. L'oihtr l...nrt-mArit Isiimi ileln with II mie'ioM 1 .Kit. an i hti Will llllt CVITVllOtl
in thU line. A'uonjf oihor jf ii I we tin 1 IM'iali
Aib HodritoinHjlts wrdroho ijmIm hm iirw uii.i murrain carpet iiujrs .Mtiuinir
Curtains Window SIukIc. Kto dmiilry oiMnt lllkil mmptly and BiilUrnctlon Kuuninteo.l
bend for samples.
delivered to the unuersiirntsl tlirlr certain
Dent of Trust on u Block or Cattle liuuilH'r.
In about eighty ISO) hrail branded ". J"
bald tattle miinlna In tl.o rantrc In Atasco.a
Count)! for tbu imrliose ot si-illilitir tlte pay-
u.ent of tlielr promissory note lor iltc sum of
SUHIwlth Intiirsl at I h) raloot Uli.ru.llU
per annum which iiotn is dated the -tllli day
ot tlctober. 1MU payablo to L'arollnu llia-
man and Is due at la months from date.
Ami Whereas the mild D u. Pranks and Z
J. Franks hate made default In the payment
of lulu principal und Interest mid wheietis.
the said lra. Caroline Chapman tho paeo in
said noto has demanded thai I proceed to
' execute said trust. Now therelore. I John
F.Camp.the trustee named hi said Deed or
Trust will pnxieed to sell said Eighty Head
of tattle betore the Court House chair of
llexar County. In tho City of Han Antonio on
the With day of Januair. lattl In accordance
with the terms of said Trust Deed and will
make to tho purchaser a 11111 of halo In tho
names of said 11. U. Franks and Z. J. Franks.
JOHN F CAMP Trustee.
Pan Antonio Jauuury 6 IHNI.
Mr. J.M. Norrls. an old resldeut of Home
(la says that he had been badly troubled
with KMtiey Complaint tor a ureul many
tears utnl witu luveutu lor mreo yeaisl at
times could scarcely walk and had tried many
remedies without benefit until he lieyan tak
luir Klectrlo Hitlers and bjinolnttnir bis hanus
. lnir Rlectrla llltlei
i add feet with Ifucklen'a Arulca salv
' trcatmant afforded hint great relief and bu
stron(lr recommends electric Hitters to all
who suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a
Blood Puslner. Bold liy A Drelss. 3
Last weok wo heard one of our fanners
sayi 1 believe I could take a few bottles of
llrown Iron Toulo and iro iuto a swamp
where it would take three alligators to lle
one year and have perfi'ct health It Is tbe
very best niedlelue I ever saw to both cure
and prevent chills and fover aud half tho dl
Shoes and Hats
AlN - rt. L'utnwHy. Fnwk una ftu k Stilts.
of tttotmn Soft mid Stilt Hat
I' in r dulta Woliulr Parlor Suits Wnlrnit and
and Acequia Street
Speclsl to Artists.
Uno of the HiiestestublMiuientstliut San Atv
tonio it not Tcta oan imiiisi or is m
lliilleiv of C. II. Mueller at ar. I'imiii
street Ilfrocau lie hud tiltlst's and drauaht'
imrti'l 'kinds! 'Knarill loins'! "chro
paliitlltirs uicnn hand In an endless vm-lety
il sitfit palntlntr lu imae
t hlna ilecoiatlo
U us window glass i
ported decorative wal
Ill the buck loin
1 loner nnrt ul I lie
atstotnen causlnir the pa
eat to HiipiMe he
holloa onrittis. At tli
symptoms of ind!
Kcstion are present Untitle
the siomucn. ett
alter ircttlmr w
cry distort ecuhlo Itch
lllliul. Illisslltiir and Iteltlmr Piles yield nt
once to the applletltlou of tit. Iloskano's Pile
Itemed)' a hleli acts dlrictly upon tho parts
Intense ' ItchltiK and etTectlnif a permanel
euro. Price 60 cents. Address the Dr. llo
kano Misllelno t'oinpatty Pluua Dliln. Sol
by Harry K Fouler It. Colin A Co... I II. IV
tine J Clitt ill.
W. T. Trammsll
Will do won
uru.MS at N
id retail :ealer In Hahtulng roils
as cliean as tho clieaoi st. leave
. lit Aetsula strict hail Autottlo
Trsss snd Ornsmsntsl Shrubbery
Headquarters for fruit trees ornamonta
trees and shrubticry. graiai vines hot housu
phtnU and tiitlhs. Flower iots etc. Ktery
ihlng Intliollnoof oi numeral sliititilaiy and
for decorative gardening. M) stock Is teiy
large and prices ut the very lowest. Come
'Ifll.lt? WOLF Proprlcto
W. III.A1II Assistant.
Rolaiul Rccd nt Turner Hall To-
Fathlon Theatre Notes-Local Theatrical
Topics Coming Attraction! "Only a
Farmer's Daughter." etc.
Juillu II now In the City ol Mexico
where she opened on the jJth her sutt
eeis has been great. This great queen
of comedy has a large repertoire In-
cluding M'lle Nllouche I. Ill I.a Ketnme
a I'apa. N'lnlche l.a lloiissotte I.a .
Conciie 1.es Charbonnlers l.e (Irand
Caltner Dlvorcnns l.a (Irande Duclt- i
esse l.a MaicotleIn Vie rarlslvtine Ia
Mile Heletie l.a I'erlchole .Mine.
I.'Archldttc I.a Julie IVrfnmetne.
Tom Keene was stricken with pitrnly-
sis In Kansas Oily a few davs ago. He
s Improving but It Is doubtful when he
III again tread the hoards.
Holand Iteed nave his thousandth re
presentation of "Cheek" a fw nights
;o. i lie event occurred at uaivesmn.
1 ran sll'ir In three laniftiaifes. re-
mark-d a young fop to n society belle.
knew a Lzeiilieman who sinirs in nine.
but I never heard him slug anything
orth hearing was the cm ning reiort.
.lames O'Neill wtio plated here likt
eek. Intends next season to piny
llatulet" and alternate It wit i 'Monte
rlsto." as Kethter did.
It Is rumored that Mlts I. h lira Ilelllnl.
he charming soprano of the Kmma Ab
bott Opera Company will "star" next
On dlt that the new opera-house ur-
ratigements will be completed by next
When Is that minstrel performance of
the San Antonio Itllles going In lake
Sarony at the Fashion could Imper
sonate Oscar Wilde to perfection.
Ills beleneled highness the Diamond
King reminds tone somewhat of Thorn-
Keene the tragedian.
When we have the new opera hott.e
nd new stage. Imperial Cirsar will no
onger need to seat bis august person-
ge on a ury-goocts oox.
li I" mil it Professor Harbour while
listening to the music nt Scholr.'s Gar
den "there's u 'largo' movement."
clad of that." reDllrd his tompan-
Ion "I'll take a schooner."
The Aransas Pass March. " arranged
by t . I.olt Krq Is the favorite local
(imposition jihi new.
A young man on Snn Pedro Avenue
us lodiid yesterday afternoon on the
ior of his chamber In an unconscious
condition. A dootor was called in who
dm nlstered restoratives. Aftercare-
fill Investigation It was discovered he
had been listening to bis sister's music
T. 11 Johnson Is u premier banjolst.
A ioung lady on Aoenitla street will
shortly have a home with a HoulV. If
his seems remarkable nsk the gen
tleman about It.
The Turner Hall orchestra Improves
every time one hears It. The encomiums
tuey nave received irotu various visn-
ng troupes are not entirely unueservcii.
Tbe Fashion Theatre management
have several startling attractions In
store for early dates.
The next at r ctlon at Turner Opera
House will be "Only a Farmer's Daugb-
'with JI's Hianclia uitrttsse who is
reputably the most beautiful woman on
the stage In the title role.
Following in atilck succession will be
linker A Farron. Harlow A Wilson's Min
strels Milton Nobles Nat Goodwin
Madame Januscbek Clara Louise Kel
logg and others.
eood uianr people v ere disappointed
last evenlmrnt not seelnir ltoland Iteed.
The versatile and clever impersonator of
uneek" ami "iiuiuuuir" uiu not arrive
In the city until late last evening owing
aueinveu train caused Dyiiie incle
mency of the weather.
ltoland Iteed will olnr this afternoon.
night and to-morrow evening.
Frank Palmerlv declares he used to go
to right school with ltoland Iteed. 'I hat
Mr. Heed was a studious youth them H
every reason to believe but the Idea that
raimeriv ever consumed tne "tniiinigut
oil" Is too startling.
Mr. II. K. Wheeler representing "Only
a Ftrmer's Daughter" with Miss
lilanche Curllssethe handsomest woman
In the world Is In town. She will ap-
pear at Turner Opera House on the l'lli
and 1Mb instant.
Services at the Second Baptist Church
to-morrow: Sunday school ath::itl a.m.;
preaching at 1:30 and at 7::IU p. in. Sub-
ject "The Deliverance from the Power
or Darkness." All are cordially Invltid
to atti nd. ltev. J. W. Uarr pastor.
To-morrow at 1' a. Ul. tbe pastor of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church will
begin a series of sermons on tbe Sunday
question to continue several Sabbaths.
To-morrow the subject will be "1'he
History of the Sabbath." showing why
we use the first day of tbe week Instead
ofthe seventh. Services alto at :Ju p.
m. and all are welcome.
The Naqtlcoke Toilers.
WiiKfjUAiiiiK Pa. January 7. Contri
butions tothe Kantlcoke relief fund are
omlng from vnrio is sources. Urat in
terest It being taken In the widows am
orphans of tbe victims. F.mployees of
tbe various mines In the vicinity have
decided to each donate one day's pay to
tbe fund. This will alone realize $um
Tbe work of recovering the bodies of the
victims goes slowly on. The quicksand
causts great trouble and a sudden fall
of rook and culm may occur at any mo
ment r.very man engaged in the at
tempted rescue Is deserving of the high
ett praise aa there Is no leillngnt what
moment they themselves may be buried
Nkw Yoiik. .lam ary X. Business fail-
ures throughout the country for the
week numbered 3.1ft the largest aggre-
gate for any weak during the Inst )ear.
The caauallties are exceptionally numer-
ous in the southern (tales.
Ciuttanooiia Tenn.. Januarv S
Another large party of negroes number-
ing several hundred passed through
here yesterday en route to Kansas The
exodus of negtoes from the smith iimiI
west Is beginning In the south In ueh
alt extern as lo cause comment.
Bonds and Bills Found.
Boion January 8. A state detec-
tive Dyson' arrived from llutlntiil this
morning with the vulli.es containing the
property stolen frmn the t.nneast. r a-
lliinnl bank by I'res'dent .McNeil which
he found tecreleil nt TIiiiimhiIIi yester-
day. One bug was found lo contain
jriU.llOO In Interest hearing bonds of the
West llutland Marble Company and a
quaallty ul bond certlllcatrs of the
Wyoming Ileef Comiisny nnd Low Cat-
tle Company. In the ather bag were
nearly t I80U0 in hank bills.
Wasiunuton January 8. Aiming Ihe
Committees of the House not sent out
yesterday are the following:
I'ouiiniltee on F.Vctlon of President
and Vicc-Preshlf til Caldwell of Ten-
nessee Kileu of Illinois Krmentrout of
Pennsylvania Iteach of New tirk.
Dllihle or outh Cnn.lhiH Glh'on
Marylund II. aril of Mlso url. Johnsion
of North Carolina. I.slrd of Nebraska
Il.ker of New York. Helstnnd of Penn-
sylvania. Cooper ol Ohio Mollllt of
Select CoHiuiltlee on Alcohollu I.lquor
Trulllo Ciioiiiliell or Ohio Carleloti of
Mloltlgsn Frederick or Iowa 'faultier
of Kentucky lilottr of Missouri. .Mer-
rlmanofNew York Price of Wiscon-
sin Kverhart of Pennsylvania l.lndsley
or New York. Itomels or Ohio.
John Sherman Ahead.
Coi.cmiii's 0...liinunry 8. The Itepttb-
llcan members oMhe Legislature held an
open Joint ctiucus last etctiiag and noin-
Inatrd Hon John Hherman lor Ihe
United Stalea Senate to he voted for at
the Joint convention of the two houses
next Ttiesilav. The vole was unanimous
and open there being no other name
suggested to the caucus.
The Committee on Privileges and
Klei lions of the House of Representa-
tives returned from Cincinnati at noon
to-ilav where they had gone to examine
the election returns on representatives
from that county An adjourned meet-
ing was lul I In the af.-ruos)nbnt attor-
neys for neither Ihe Republican or Dem-
ocratic claimants appeared. The com-
mittee considered several questions In
executive session and announced that
they have completed the work and will
meet at the call of the Chairman. The
impression prevails that the report will
be submitted lo-iuorroA'. and that the
Republican members from Hamilton
County will be declared entitled to seats.
Very Cold Weather.
Ka.hs Cliv January 8. -The block-
ade on railroads extending west from
here. Is almost complete. Local passen-
ger trains are being run to Topeka on
the Santa Fe and Union Pacific roads
and to Atchison over tbe Missouri Paoltlo
and Burlington and Missouri river roads.
Otherwise western trulllo is at a aland-
atlll. No trains are moving on Ihe To-
peka Kansas line. Tbe Council Blufls
and Omaha Is still open though labor-
ing under dllllciillles. On overland
roads several trains are lying snow
bound at way stations. Owing lo high
winds and the Intense cold. It Is iuipos-
Ible at present to clear the track and
it Is expected that the general blockade
cannot be raised before next week. So
T as known delayed passengers are I.e.
it well cared for. and reports of sutler.
ng are considered unfounded. Lines
running east front here have not been
seriously all'ected though trains hjk
rally irom one to tnree noura laie.
Fort Scolt and Gulf road I In good
Of a train load of bogs that arrivetl
here to-day seven car loads were frozen
to death. A stock train Is reported
blockaded between Atchison and this
llv. on this Missouri Paclllc. lelegraph
wlrestowest.ru points are in a gener
ally disabled cnml'tlon and In many
cases communication Is cut oil' entirely
or maintained only Vy circuitous routes.
t he mercury hi this city stands vi a
grees below zero to-night and a strong
wind blows irom tne plains t lie tun
severity of the storm however has not
been felt here.
The Cold Wave.
St. Loris January . I he cold wave
predicted ley Ihe signal service to sweep
over Ibis section of con Ury und extend
to tho Liitlf of Mexico made Its appear
ance about midnight lust night In the
shape of u snow slorm. The tempera
ture was mild nnd the snow damp and
heavy but before uornlng a high wind
rose the temperature fell rupldly Ihe
snow ceased n. fall and to-day the storm
turned into a regular nor merit imr.zaru
Ihe snow which fell last night
swept Into drills but none of them were
ot a serious uuaracier i lie mercury
continued lo sink and all outdoor na
ture luit on the garb and appearance of.
and was In realltv. dread winter. Loco
motion was dilllcull nnd street trallio
impeded but so far there has been no
serious detention to business. 1 be tber
inometcr this morning marked 10 above.
To-night It reads zero to 5 below
according to location and the wind
sweeps through the streets at a velocity
ot from to ou nines an nour.
Reports from numerous inleilor town
In Missouri entral and sou hern 1111
nols are of a uniform uharncler and note
high winds and low temperature but
not much snow. Railroad travel has
been obstructed In all directions but so
fares Is known nt this writing there
has been no serious dnutaice In tliebtate.
or east or south of here Tbe Omaha
division of Ihe Wabash Is blocked and
some of tbe branches of tho Missouri
Kansas and Texas and Southwestern
Kansas are seriously obstructed but the
main line of hid road It in operation
Trains generally are delayed from one
to three hours on .Missouri ronds. an
eastern trains are feeling the weather
but no serious dr tensions have yet bee
experienced. The full force of the storm
it is said has not been felt here yet and
additional Information may be obtained
A STROKE OF ECONOMY.
A Young Mnn Living Thrco
Months on a Nickel.
Only One Case Out ol Hundreds of
Mysterious Eilltence-Free Lunch
"Do you see that genteel young man
going by f" said a hotel clerk to a l.iciur
reporter a few days sgo. "That man
has achieved the greatest feat urdon'es-
tie economy on record."
"How is that? Tell me about It" re-
plied the reporter.
I will Ifjou don't mention names. He
belongs to a good family and Is educated
and rellned and It might make him feel
uiu fort able to llgtire In a newspaper
article In that role.1'
It. "All right; names don't go."
"Well. Jim see he Is well dressed and
wears hlsch.ihes as one used lo it. Hut
a week ago he was a d lilt-rent looking
man. His clothes were of good material
I ntiil make hut tinialttakaoly seedy Just
railing below the shabby genteel grade.
I Some six months ago he came to Sail
Antonio and stopped at this bouse. He
was looking for a location. Had come
'West lo grow up Willi tbe counlrj.'
Contrary to expectations be was not
worried todeatb with oilers of employ-
ments with big salaries and nothing to
do. lie was free with his money
treated ua clerks otleo and lib-
erally and saw the elephant pay-
ing ' regulation entrance fees. This
lasted lor several weeks and then he
ght a pmnte boarding pla.e.'jusl fur
ne comrorts. you know.' A -ort of
nxletv settled on Ills face mid lilt vis-
Its to Ihe hotel were less freqinnt as
vere Ins treats. He came sometimes
nil seriously asked If I knew of alt) one
ceding a uooa keeper traveling sales
man etc. then he heenme less panic
lar In his choice ol eniplu iitcnls till he
as wllllngtodohtitlhliig illechanges
f clolhing were l.sa Irruurnl and llnul-
ly settled down in one suit of caasltnere;
resi ne nun proi.auiy ten ai nis
le's for sa ekeeplng. Often a wist-
ut wnlllsh look gleamed In his keen but
I eyes tins latieu lor several
months nnd as cold weather came on
became more and more settled Inexpres-
slon. About a week ago he came In 1
llv knew him. A great change had
taken place. His face was radiant and
w neai ousiness sun uau replaced
fast tattering one that had done so
long and lallhlul service. He had the
old spring In his step and heartiness In
lite Clasp ui uis nanus. I anew nciinuge
had taken place In other words be
must nave "struck It" at last. In answer
n the usual question aa to what he was
driving at and bow he had come on
Ince I had seen mm he said tuat lie Itsu
itred a situation at saOainoulh In a
mercntit lie establishment. When be llrst
arrived an otter of less than M would
been an Insult. Ihe growing
cold weather and continued adverse for-
tine bad broken his pride and he had
written to the old man back Kast who
d remitted blm SlOJwIth some whole
some ml vice. He took both and prollled
by the same. During the holidays he
ticLcn ed a nor.erslilii In a mercantile
house tierr anu uy masieg uunseii
naiidv wueueveran opportunity onereo
be proveu uis sunny in an advanced po
nton unti secured a permanent en
gagement at tbe above modest salary.
wuu a promise oi a rise n iiienieu.
Wonderlul how welcome litis had be
come after hit siege wllh poverty. My
hearty smpathy In bis "good fortune"
gained on his confidence and be said:
I actually maintained myself for
e whole months on the sum of II
cents and here Is the original capital
yet showing a nickel com.
" 'You don't tell me! How was that
We 1. I'll tell you. but. old boy. It.
between us. vou know."
" '1. title by little my money disap-
peared and having had a falling out
wuu tue uovernor anu ten nome in a
miff I was too proud to apply for atsli
lance. 1 bad several offers of sltustlou
but they did not come up lo my Idea
und I declined. Then tbe 'olfers stopped
u t moue applications dui nuoouy
me alter looking me over
and noting the sbahbinessof tny "togs
f ortunately i uau maue a menu a true
friend as he was a friend In need. II
s a 'proiessionai' man vvuo nareir
ket out enough for his room rent and
to pay lor an occasional square meal.
llo knew that I was hard up and to
ottered to tbare with me his humble
arlert and bed. Hut he did
t know bow awfully ha'd
reallt was. and was too con
slderale and delicate to make too
b nnu r et as to my llnanclal stand
lug My last article of value had found
ils way to 'my uncle's' and my last
nickel lay at the bottom of my pocket.
I had pretty well learned the free lunch
rticket anu iounu mni as goou as u wai
for an Impecunious fellow a little caul
tal was necessary and I bad gotten
down to the small end. tne question
was. how to get the full benelll of the
nickel! 1 screwed up enough courage
to ask my room-mate If he could make
use or a cigar a uav. auu uav me
nickel for tbe same. He elevated his
eyebrows and wllh generous delicacy
loreuore questioning auswercu hi tue
alllrmatlve. Going Into a saloon where
a free-lunch was set out I would step
up to Ihe bar aud ask for it nickel cigar
and then carelessly walk to the lunch
counter and eat all I could and then
pass out unobserved If possible. 1
would then sell the cigar lo tbe good
Samaritan ot aouutitu social position
but of 1)1 tr heart with whom I roomed
With said nickel another saloon
would be visited next day and
so around each day the Iree
lunch racket was worked
there wai in It. For over three month
that nickel did service in getting me
lunch once a da) until the saloon me
hecaa to become a Utile too well
qualnled with me aud olten gave me
rattier naru anu suspicious tooss wnen
tbe cigar was transferred to my pocket.
My pride gave away and Ihe lest you
know old ooy. i ttiink tnai i uavi
learned n few thliigtlhal willbeofvalu
lo tne and with the new year of 1880
have turtltd oer a new leaf. I hat
learned the value of money aud also or
friends. During Dixie Williams' visit t
heard him abuse gamblers for all the bad
on eartb but 1 found that a gambler
nnd a one-horse gambler at that bad
shown more of that divine virtue cnari
tu than many who prayed so long for tbi
" You keep your eye on him
lives be will yet make hit mark or I am
uauiy mistaken i iiy tnai some ot tni
chairmen of the ways and meant com
mltteetof Congress had not hit financial
SIMMS & SAMUELS.
It AH. (llttlKIII
THE ONLY VARIETY
PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK!
MtlNH.tr. JAN. II.
James Neary .Va";
imrsday Friday Saturday and
Tim s rrorliintice will commence with the laughahlo act. entitled
BARRY SULLIVAN OUTDONE!
The I iilvi i-arTavoilte. KlglilTrw.i k ul Mr.
The I'lnli iiii.r Hie Prvsi ul. lull. I -'Tiii I. in Ilia Hie Krln." written ndooinpus.it by
riv Mai-Hrtltv. I liHraeter TheCouiilv Aetor. rtomr "I'm .Man that Snouts." Character
itcmthy. I 'Inn iieli r rimmo McFllc a Sntcli
Groat Succoss of Miss LOTTIE
CotitlniKtl ftihrmii. ir
In lliirleupn chill iicti-rs Kong
n Popular Songs -
iri'.ltTI'Iti; Five .Minutes
The Uinli.il.le act entitled
In Motto Sonus ... MISS SUSIE STOKES
. 2"BjRj0'"N'g2j0hnny and Lottie-
PlantKllon Kketcli AitMs In their orlglniil Plaiitattmi Iketch entitled "LET MR tlR."
nsliielug Isiltlos character picture iirt!iiiiitcultlviite. - 11 icrn Negro fJIrkalsoCampMccl
11 11.11. Ililllto SiiIiis. Kit).
.V 11. .Note lliukis-iiluslglilot .Negro Mliim-)
that such I
Tho Evor Popular
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I
And flrat appearance In America of the Groat JAPANESE JUGGLER
The wonder of the 10th Century Producing more Original and Dlffl-
ult Tricks than any. other Artist In
i vi i rrrni: .
riic H irnriiiHiic Hill nMuliitloHllh tliormiiiily rntltM
I liarst-tcru by Itic
Ur NEW FACES
Wolf & Marx '
IV YOU WANT
TO BUY ANTIQUITIES.
We tre Not Selling Old
Style Goods but
Fine Dress Goods
Silts SsliDS anil Velvets
Cloaks and Wraps of all kinds.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
WOLF &c JJJEfL
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED BYflSTEAM iTHROUGHOUT
Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings and a 8peclal Free
Concert Every Sunday from 4 to I I p. m.
First-Glass Bar-Room Restaurant and Billiard-Room AtMe'.
PROMPT AND POI.ITK ATTENTION OUARANTrr.il.
Alamo Street - - - - - - San Antonio Texas
.I.KAOKK or OncftasTHA
I.kaiikh or fiBAaa llAWO
THEATRE IN THE CITY.
IsNl-FlltST AITKAHANL'B OF
Sunday January 7 8 9 & 10.
.Miss Suslo Stokes
shepherd. Song "Tne I
BURTON In her Banjo Solos.
entitled "Put a Fairy and tltey Isick me up."
Miss CAD BLOSSOM
IHioler and tlaker.
pmsv-"l by diss Ixtllo tlurlnn. Mio Is
ih up In s
Miss Cad Blossom
his line. Don't fall to see him.
EVERY WEEK. -(r
and Shelf-Worn Out-of-
New and Desirable
Jerseys for Ladies Misses Children.
Silt Lisle Thread & Cottoii Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
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