San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 318, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 12, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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L.M. du QUESHAY JR. & CO.
Cigarc and Tcbacco
"Nil STATE A KNT OK Tilt
A. DELPIT Factory Now Orlta- s.
Will Rtcelvo In a fow days :
A FOIL LINE OF GOODS
aid INVITE INSPECTION
L. M. da QUESNAY JR. & CO.
Gi&Lars aid TqImccq
At Factory Prices
I 3 West Conerce.
San Antonio Daily Light.
Volume V. Number 318.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. TUESDAY JANUARY 12. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
We take occnslon 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.
ftComc to see and be convinced thaf we mem what we
Geo. H Kaltoyor Prosldont -
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS
r. SIMHANO. A. HAMI'Kl
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
This Establishment Is now Replete with All tno Novelties for the
Fall ana Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen la Hlaok anil Coloretl Plain and HrncaUeil Casstmeres (black
and colored) 'i'rlcoii. Diagonals Senres oto. C'niuel llalr anil Wool Hat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all color plain nml brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dicsa Plulda In single and double widths and
aWTrltiiinlngs to eull all Press Gooils.tisl
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He U now showing the largest stuck of Kid (Hove Mlts Laces and t'ancy'Gooda
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our nlty. In Bilk Hosiery
lie has an endless variety and cauuot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the lateat Fall and Winter styles and makea of Bonnets and Itata
Ostrich Plumes Tips Ribbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department la under flrst-olasa artistes
who will please the taste of ull.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellnga Domestic Prints Ulnghain Alpacas Comforters. Canton Klan-
nelaaad Hosiery. Among the oilier things which nere very extensively
puronaaea Dy dib agents waa ine initai inaginiiceiu biock or urcsa
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods houso In Texas.
Kipeelal attention waa given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Mlka and can be also give the greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
Hit took of Fall am. Win
braces. In id latest ratteru lri
A very tarftj i
verr ranr ana c
Bhooi and Hoots
Alio a full stock of aontlemen's Furnishing1 Goods.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Hli Kurulturo Department 1 oompleto with HoutehoM Goods anl he will ult e very bod
in this line. Aiujqk other go 1 wo ilai IMush V irl r Suits Mohair 1'arlor Bults Walnut and
Aib Btdrooin Suits WarJroutfi CHUrs Bod Urimels -iu. Imrram Carpets ltutrs Mntllnfr
Curtains Window Htuiles Ktu. Country orders Ulled promptly and satisfaction iruarantecu.
Pand for samples.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Ornamtntad Hla Parlor With a Coffin.
The Tillage of Cavendish Vt. baa
Just lest Ita oddest character In the death
f Dave Ordway an old miller whose
peculiarities were not altogether cheer-
ful. Years ago he bad a costly colIln
made for himself. When It wa rcauy
he paid a clergyman $1(10 to preach a
faieral aarmoo. and. laid out In this
ec-ffln waa borne amid doleful dlrgee
dew the aisle of the church to the foot
of the pulpit where he lay listening to
hla oki mock obsequies ibis over the
coflln was placed In hla pallor and re-
mained there till the time for Its real
use came. One of hla mill stones cow
forma Ike baae of a quaint monument
bearing the following Inscription a lit-
tle thing of hla own: I bo 1 am dead
yttapeakttb for here la rest upon this
mill atone top 1 aet tbla noble block to
let the world no what I have done
New York Hun
A Professional Story.
'Well ell 1"
What la It?"
"I'rofttsor I.Hiutuinik eaya that he has
aeen talmon Jump 10 feet perpendicu-
larly." "Who ia rrofeaaor Landmark?"
"Chief Dlreotor of the Norwegian
"Ob well that Isn't much of a story
after all for a professional Hah man."
He Waa One of Them
Entering the aayli.ru for Inebriates he
"Do you treat drunkards here?"
Well I'm one. Whcre'a yer barf"
Otto Kooltlor Soc. nnd Mnnnrjor.
A Lovelorn Youth.
During the snowball battle which
took place In front of the Court House
this morning one of the combatanta
dropped the following letter which the
I.ioht 111 be glad to return to Ita owner
"Oh dm Unit I love you I Is that not
nnugh? Arid ou. in v dearest can vou
return again to me and feel confident of
repentance lor pat neglect and be
mine once more mine and mine alone?
roritet. iorirlve the word li anrer
spoken. Forget foiglve! the better to-
keu oft from the lips does rashly come
wuicu in me uean can ciaiin no come.
Do not forget to answer darling and
patiently will 1 watt until the grand
summons come mat I may once more be
with my dar'lng to fee her smile to
hear her sneak to clasp her In mr arms.
and say: vmlne alone and no othera.
lours wnu tore unuyiug
Sot'rlls Cap and Caught the Dog.
The tear falls gently from her eye.
As they are par Ing at the door:
Her bosom henvca with n.any a klgli;
She thinks she ne'er will see him more.
Ills brow la dark and In hla eyea
A wild and angry light appear;
He does not heed the maiden's sighs;
lie does not heed the maiden's tears.
For while to-night they billed and oooed
From seven o'clock till half past ten-
While he the bushtul maiden wooed
And kl.sed her ripe red Hps ah then
H-r Utile dog-oh dire mishap I
Huw quickly woea up round ua sprlngl
Chawed up hla new and glossy cap
Of fur Into u abapalcM thing.
Senator Manderson ef Nebraska Ad
dresses the Senate.
Wahiiimuon Januarj 1 In the Sen-
ate Jlanderson called up the bill to In
crease the eftltlenoy of the Infantry
branch of the army. The bill provides
that each Infantry regiment shall con-
sist of 12 companies one Colonel one
Lieutenant-Colonel three Majors one
Adjutant or (jaartermasier-Sergeant
and one chief of muslolans. All ap-
pointment to original vacanclea above
the grade of Second Lieutenant created
by the act shall be Oiled by aenorlty In
the Infantry branch ol service. He ad-
dressed the Senate en the bill as follows:
"Our army lias never brought the bluab
of akauie to the eheeka of the American
people To the disgrace of Congress
however no warlike emergency that
has ever arisen has found us prepared.
An Illustration of til a was found In tho
Cap tol which had been captured by a
llrltlsh force no greater than ;i.ou men.
Flf een thousand mure Union men on Hie
Held of the first Manatsaa would have
closed the civil war and the mainte-
nance of that number or men from tne
lime of the Mexican war to that of the
rebellion would not have equalled on-
llfth pari of the money cost of the civil
war to say nothing of the fearlul loss of
human Uvea. The lethargy ol Congress
In the matter of placing our army natj
and coast defenses In a proper condition
of elllciency was inexplicible In view
of the notorious facta as to their Insulll
clency for emergencies and of the re-
peated recommendation of Presidents
mid other exeeutlve ottlcers. He did
not believe with Hobbes that war waa
the natural c.. million of mankind nor
with lhi lhat war waa soon to dis-
appear. However much we might de-
sire peace we aliould not forget that
the most certain method of securing
peace waa to be prepared for war.
Not only were we liable to the happen-
ing of foreign war but we were con-
stantly menaced with Indian outbreaks
and even for the latter we were unpre-
pared. Manderson spoke waraaly ol the
uneasiness prevailing In the west and
constant fearB entertained by tbousan a
of settlers lhat the "lucarnate devils"
would commit savage atrocltlea upon
them and their households. Ktery
branch of our army he said had made
more progress In military organization
and melboda than the Infantry. Not a
tingle European power now retained
the single batalllon sjstetu fur Infantry
regiments all hnvlng abandoaed It
years ago aa not adapted to a state of
war and therefore not tit to be main-
tained In peace. Every civilized army
had advanced beyond ns and was ready
to meet Improved arms with Improved
organization. Our present plan bad no
expansive power and therefore bad to
be reorganized In time of war thus vio-
lating an Important maxim of oillllarr
science that the peace organization
should be such aa to admit of proper
expansion In time of war. Manderron
read extensively from military authori-
ties European and American to sustain
his views. One of the merits of bis
bill he thought waa that It would In-
volve a considerable number of promo-
tions provided Congress should decide
to fully ofllcer the reconstructed organ-
ization. He maintained that promotloa
was necessary to establish and maintain
a proper esprit du corps and Insisted
that lie successful business man would
think of keeping an employee In the
same grade or position for a quarter of
Terrible Lots of Cattle In Kansas.
Dodoe Crrr January 11. The heavy
anow aad the bitter north wind o' the
psitlOilaya have caused moat aerloua
apprehenslona among cattleman aa to
their probable losses. Up te thta time
but few have come In from the range
country but within n few miles from
here no less than 500 head have drifted
to the river where I hey perished In at
tempting to cross.or drifted up to fences
where they remained and froze todeath
A party la from a raneh to the south re-
ports seeing cattle on his way up frozen
that were Handing on their feet. The
water boles are rrozei over grass Is
anowed under and the weather la cold
with every prospect for more anow.
The loss of live atock will be very heavy
on the Arkansas river
Washington January IL The nomi-
nation of Mr. Jordan aa Treasurer of the
United States baa been reported favora-
bly by the Committee on Finance.
An effort la being made to expedite
action on the part of the Senate ao as to
avoid any possible complication which
might arise from the present situation In
the sub-Treasury at New York It Is
expected that Mr. Jordan will be con-
firmed to-morrow and tbat the aoinlna-
tlnn na Assistant Treasurer at New
York will be made this week.
Bills by Weaver.
Wasiiinuton January 11. A bill In-
troduced by Weaver directs tbe Secre-
tary of the Treasury to prepare and Issue
fractional paper currency to the amount
or $7S.(XX)OuO In denominations or 10
13. 23 und SO cents.
weaver's bll to restore soldiers and
sallore or the late war to their equal
rights with the holders of government
bonds appropriates $3.10000000 to pay
them the ullleyence between the value of
the ourren.-y they received and the
standard gold coin of the United States.
Depreciation of Silver
City of Mexico January 11. -Merchants
are advancing prlcea ou Imported
goods on account of continued deprecia-
tion In Ihe value of silver. American
and English cotton gooda have conald-
erably advanced and rellned petroleum
from the United States (In universal use
for Illumination) has advanced nearly U
percent. The silver mining Interest Is
likely to ho affected In sections where
the cost of working the mines leavea a
narrow margin for profit.
The following patents were granted
to citizens or Texae bearing date Jan
uary S 1SSS. Reported expressly for
this paper Louis Bagger ot Co. Me-
euauicai experts anu aonciiora Ol pat'
ents. Washington. D. C. Advice free.
Falrea J. J. HoKlnney stalk and
weed cutter. 333038. Sbugart T. W.
833893. Wlllcoxon O. W. FariaervlUe;
The Coldest Known.
Moult. Ala. January II. Ihe cold-
est weather ever known In Ihe South
hs prevailed since laat Friday night.
Thla morning Ihe mercury registered 11
St. taut. January II. The District
Assembly of the Knight of Labor and
Convention of International llrli 11) er
and Masons began their sessions here to-
day but nothing Is ktiettn of the'r pro-
1'MAiTiNoooi Tenii. January II (
'1 he minimum temperature at the rlgnnl
office thla morning wus 7 degrees below
zero. Dispatches from to ns throng' -nut
Kaat 'I ennetsee North tleorvla and
North Alabama say last night was Ihe !
roldest ever known. Stni'. are an IT r
Not an Idle Miner
Pi.im:ho Pa. January IL There Is j
noi an inie miner on ine aiononganeia
river but nene of the mines are rum Ing
full. Allalong the river from the llrst
to fourth pools wllh only one or two
exceptions operatore have not been
able to get oul the amount ol coal they
dealre on aroount of scarcity of miners.
When the strike waa Inaugurated fully
40(10 left the river eolns to Kenlurkt.
Indiana Iowa and other coal llelds.
None of Ihem returned but all are ex
peeled before the opening of the spring
Water in the Streets.
N'.v Yiiiik. .lamiary II. A Montreal
special says: 'Ihe river has risen Iwo
fret since midnight flooding all I lie cel-
lars ou SI. I'siil slreel and causing great
damage. The water Is now Inundating
llonaventure depot The therntumeter
registers III degreea below zero and t'e
water freezrt aa It floods the street. In
GrifHntowii the poorest quarter of the
city great misery exists. The water
rose rapidly In Ihe cella'S In many cases
hurting Ihe people's supplies both fuel
and provlsloas Horses and cattle will
he turned Into the streets loaave them.
The damagce are very considerable and
are causing great misery owing to the
Intensely culd weather.
The Dakota Bill.
Wasiiinoton Janunry II. The report
ofthe Senate Committee on Territories
to accompany the bill fr the admission
or the S'ale of Dakota Into the t'nlnn
aid organization of the Territory of
Lincoln reported to day covers more
Ibaa 100 pagea of manuscript. I iiddl-
lien to Us voluminous printed appen-
dices the main proposition ofthe bill Is
that all of the proceedlnga taken l.y the
people of Ibat part of the present Terri-
tory of Dakota lying south ofthe 4Clh
parallel of north latitude which resulted
In the adoption or a constitution by
popular voteon the 3d day or November
1SS5 eliall be accepted and ratllled by
Congress and the Slate or Dikota be
admitted to the Union on an equal foot-
ing with othar States.
Oaiaxiton January 11. --The cold
wave has not yet left thla section. The
thermometer this morning registered 20
degrees above zero and tbe weather
throughout the day ha been raw and
disagreeable. Another victim of last
Thursday night's blizzard has been dis-
covered in the person of Henry Dodge
who made a business or hunting ducks
and other game for market lie waa
found frozen In his little sloop lying oil"
Uollver Point. Tbe body waa complete-
ly encased In a solid sheet of Ice. An
Inuuest waa held this morning and a
verdict rendered of death hv freezing.
1 lua raakeB tue fourth victim frozen to
death In Ga'veslon bay by the recent
unprecedented freeze. The others have
previously Deen reporieu. rneir names
am Captain Thomas Jefferson of the
sloop Annie; Captain Nixon of the
schooner Orranzoir and a colored bov
unknown whose bedv Is In the hold of
the foundered sloop Anni
Knights of Labor.
Uii.vusTON January 10. The Knights
of Labor convention of delegates repre'
sentlng the assemblies comprising dis
trict No. 78 held an all nlghl session
last night lhat ther might HiiUli their
labors. At daylight thla morning tbe
convention adjourned sine die and a ns'
orltyofeul of town delegates left for
jonie dv ine aiternoon ami eveninir
trains. The following dlsiritt olhcers
were elected tor tue ensuing 1J montns:
I. II. Golden Muster Workman; W. E.
Farmer w. r : .1. Hart In. K. s.
W.Stewart F S. and Treasurer; A. I.
Malvlhlll Statistician r.xeculive Hoard
M. W. Connolly. G. W. V. Smith N
P. Houx and D. II. lllack. The new
district officers are resident throughout
tne ataie as iniiowa : air. uoiuen uai
veston: Mr. Farmer. Mlneola: Mr. Mar
tin Fort Worth; Mr. Stewan Sherman;
Mr. Mulvlhlll Dallas; Mr. Connolly
Paris; Mr. Smith San Antonio; Mr.
Houx Austin and Mr. Black Fort
Worth. Tho convention was In seS'
slon lust one week. The new Execu
live Hoard la considered very strong
conservative and intelligent in person-
ality. Supreme Court.
In the State Supreme Court Hon J
P. White Presiding Judges Sam A
Wilson and J. M. Hurt associates the
following aottou waa taken on cases
froai Bexar county;
Valentin Hernandez alias ets. va.lhe
state rruni uexar county; sunmitted on
brief for the Slate.
Antonio Hernandez va the Slate from
Baxar county; aubutllttd on brier for the
Bexar county; submitted on brier for the
barah Johnson vs. Ike State from
uexar county; set or nearing on saiur.
dav. Januarr 23. nroxlrae.
Court adjourned until Wednesday
morning at ioo ciock.
Free from Robbers.
CtTyof Mxxtco January IL A de
tachment of rural guards pursued a band
of robbera from the Stale of Puebla to
Oajara kllllag many and oapturlng tbe
rest. The country never waa freer from
highway robbera than now owing It the
vlaorous measures adopted by the State
authorities for their suppression.
THE HORSE TRADE.
San Antonio One of the Largest Markets
in the Country.
Few persons outside of the horse
trade have any Idea or the proportions
assumed by that branch of Industry.
The trade has been constantly on the
Increase until now It Is a very Import-
ant factor In the commerce of this nlty
'Ihe stock Is usually what are known aa
range horses which are allowed to run
wild on the range until from 3 to (1 year
or age when they are gathered up and
driven to this market. The horse coun-
Tj tributary tothls market Is the south-
ern pnr.lon of the State and neighbor-
ing Slates In Mexico. They arc driven
to pastures near the city and stock-
yards and there held Tor North-
ern buyers. The market for tho
major part Is In Ihe northwestern
Mates where farmers like the mares for
breeding purpose a on account or their
harJIness a cross between them and
liner breeds producing n tough and
hardy work and cairlage horse. The
geldings are more In demand In Hie cat-
tle range country or New Mexico Colo-
rado. Montana and Wyoming Also
quite n market Is being established for
lexas horses In the Southern Males
along the Gitlfeast of here ami several
parties are engaged In shipping to Flor-
ida Georgia Alabama and Irfi ilslana.
The great majority of hursrs lire shipped
from here by rail allhuugli several largo
herds were driven last year In the north
The number of horses shipped from
San Antonio direct during Ihe tear ISM.
aggregated llo.-.H'l head. Add lo Mil M
per cent as having oeen sold on the
ranch by the commlrsloii men and
shipped Iri'tn the neare.t point lo the
ranch. which would be lO.IK). and about
.VHJil hnd driven out and the aggregate
erofhore suld In sn Anton o
fur the tear IS-.3 reaches 43333 head.
iiltlnir lb. avrra price at til a head.
)uti hate lh snug Mule sum or $007010
or nearly a million or dollars. Of late
ticn aiKimo is oeing pain Dy rancn-
en In frcurltm line blooded stallions.
and breeding up on the native sleek
thereby very materially enhancing the
market value of Ihe Texas hone. Texas
has trained a wide reputation for touiru
and health horses but owing to the lack
of itrlein and care In breeding the horses
iiecame quite siunieii I lie present el-
forts on the part of ranchmen to Improve
their horses will bring the Texas horses
to Ihe front rank and may yet be-
ouie a formidable rival of the world re-
ion ned Kentucky burses.
Prince Charles and the Jesuits
Lomion January 0. Prince Charles
III. of Monaco and the Jenillts bad a
quarrel recently which has resulted its
Ibe Jesuits being driven from the do-
nialna of the Prince. It seems that 20
j ears ago the Jesuits rented some prop-
rty ftotu the Prince and opened a con
vsat and school the latter being for In
struction or the sot s or Italian noble
men. Having built a handsome resi
dence at San Uemo and removed the ef
fects of the convent and the members
of the order connected therewith tothal
town because or tbe unenviable reputa-
tion which Monte Car.n obtained
through Ita gaming tables the Jesuits
asked the Prince to repay ihem the sum
or 20S00O rranea they bad spent In lui
piovlng the convent. This Ihe Prinee
refused to do and tbe Jesuits prose-
cuted him whereupon he expelled
them from his dominions. The subjects
of the Prince nave Implored hlui to
rescind his order of expulsion. Hut
me rrince remains ouuuraie. ine
International Monte Carlo Committee at
Nice has sent all Eurouean irovtrnments
perhaps ihe most eloquent Indictment of
utioiio Kamtiiir taoies mat uaa ever oeen
written It consists of a complete list of
suiciues at .nonie cano to me present
time and It has been comnileu In ihe
hope of bringing collective action to
Dear upon rrince unanea ot Monaco in
wbosa personal Interests Ibe gaining
lames are primarily Kepi going i in
number uf persons who seeing them
selves race to race wllh ruin have com
mltted suicide upon the "Lonely Itock"
wnere in i.oru lennyaona pnrnse
Llllle Monaco basklog smiles" dur
ing Ibe nast veara Is 1810. a number
equal to about one-fourth or Prince
Charles subjects. The lists states the
name or each suicide together wllh In
many cases their letters or farewell.
Ibe mulor Part ofthe vlutlois were Hal
Ian French and Ifusatana. One-tenth
wire German. 'The English and Amer-
ican names are happily not very many.
These poor creatures It Is asserted
were unceremoniously ouriea in pau-
Free Zone Frauds.
El Paso January 10 Tbe evil eflecle
or the free zone on tbe Mexican side or
tbe Rio Grande Is shown by the Incresse
la the quantity of foreign goods passing
through tbe United States In bond
American Consul Bingham at Paso del
Norte slalea Ibat something over three
limes the iiuantltv of European ireod
per month Is now nsislor Into Mexico
than formerly. The sale or a variety or
Aiuericau commotiuies ib prevenieu anu
the Texas border cities are being badly
Injured Dozena or wagon loada or
merunanuise are smuggled into tne in-
terior ol Mexico and Into the United
States. The towns along the Texas
border tt 111 It Is thought all Join In the
effort to have the free zone abolished.
They will he assisted by the cities In
the interior of Mexico whlob. like those
in the United States are compelled to
pay neavy duties on imponeu gooas
ml whlrli halns Inlnroil I It- he
the smuggling being oarrisd on from
the itio Grande points.
Married Men as Duelists
Here la a good stury apropos or duel
ing. Itatber less thau three years ago
two frequenters of tbe principal cafe at
Arlea quarreled with tbe result that
two friends or tbe one who considered
htmseir the affronted party watted off
the other a corn merchant in the town
The latter received thorn courteously
but after hearing their message aent
them back to his antagonist with this
reulv: "Tell M. Carluza that It would
give me great pleasure te fight bias war
weon as equality aaauvaraaries. uuim.
Carjuza Is abaehelorand I am a marrlid
nan and the rather or three children.
Tell hliu that when he too Is a married
man and tbe rather or three children 1
will .eilously consider his challenge."
L.onuon t igaro.
SIMMS & SAMUELS.
W. It SIMMS
I'ltKO. If AND
THE ONLY VARIETY
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE RESORT.
new rnuns i u-niun I ymm
MR. JAMES NEAR Y I MISS LIZZIE SHELTON I MISS ADA STAH100D
lrlh Oimcllaii. Soiit.ietl.i and Vocalist. 1 crio CSorolo Vocalist f
I'lantatloli Wki-lch Aitl.la. In tlii-lr ui-taliinl I'lalilatUm fketch. entitled "nun ei'xnv oux"
IrtHlucinir liltl.'acliara.-ler Diet lire t I lie uiH-tilllt alcl Southern -Ncimi UlrLalanra 4n Meet-
Null III k.aoi In.lirlit uf N.-
i at Dial tne aumenco I
elnlldipr. hut i a itn'o.ir pulron thai aurt. Is not theeaM..
I'lral Hppearaiu-.1 of
MISS LIZZIE SHELTON I
TlMrwMi'hlnis I'lnieocllmrnt of grate? and mrrlt.
llrl.iM..ee.l JAMES NEARYI
In lit nrltfliml wiiy of do In tf Irlwh Hnnsn and Dunw.
In Motto Song3 - MISS SUSIE STOKES
Fin I Hppl-Mllillf-fMir
MISS ADA STANWOOD1
Iilrei I from the Mi-troiotls Initio Latest Successes.
OVKItTlMK . . 0U':HE3TltA
limes Ncary'a laUKtialileact.entlthl
SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS!
J5meNer)jJ.cvr llaker tt ln. Banter Ml. Howard.
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m ll'irr" h ritten ntul urrHtiinil Uy llnrr Mruiirih character Mary MoAltijiie a poor
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llitrrv Maritrthv. 1'liaracter Hiiimihm-
up tti Inn C)e
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have I tie llewltchlnir VocitlW
Rn it atre merit Kxlrtionllnnryl Ttie Ureal Jttnneo Jiuwler
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The wonder of tho loth Century Producing motsJQrlglnal and Dlffl-
ultTrlckB than any other Artist In hla lino. Don't fall to see him.
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T B1Y tlUQIITIES.
We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn Out-of-Style
Goods but New and Desirable
Articles in Plenty.
Fine Dress Goods
Silks Satins and Velvets
Cloaks and Wraps of all linds.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
Uiinter Garden f
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
Every Wednosduy and Saturday Evenings and a Special Free
Concert Every Sunday from 4tol 1 p. m.
First-Glass Bar-Rooni Restaurant and Billiard-Room .itdclied.
PROMPT AND POLITE ATTENTION QUAEAril i:!).
Alamo Street - - - - - - San AnCnloTTaxas
. .. .Ilcsiazas MAXAoia
. LeAOBR or OaCHOMTMA
.LrAiian or IIHASW IIAWD
THEATRE IN THE CITY.
In IheXouthwest. The talk ot
JANUARY 11 12 and 13. "
iilljr 'ImirtiHiiicnt headed tijr the
ml hjr Ml.a Ix.ttlo llllrton. Oho la
Miss Susto Stokes
p -i-:ntfMMi irifn ihwc.i. Dutch Mid Yankee anecdotes
rlt leu unit (MniMraes by lUrrr Mnrarthjr Macau hr at
MUin Hlitl llitliet. hi which tin thai Irnirei the world.
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- MISS LIZZIE SHELtON
coiiehate fflth Joint Ilurtun's Ijtuxliatile Afterpiece entitled
.... . . ..joiin mnrroN
J ami Near)-1. Mm. Hwb.ii . Annie Howard
.. Iw linker Mnt.Mtttiery . huttle Hurt on
Other characters by the company
EVERY WEEK.. gt
Jerseys for Ladies Misses CMlflren.
Silk Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans.
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