San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 320, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 14, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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LM. do QUESNAY JR. & CO.
Oi'garo and Tobacco
Aoil Slate At'' of tho
A. DELP1T Factory New Orleans.
Will Receive In a few days
A FULL LINE OF GOODS
and INVITE INSPECTION.
LM. dQ QUESNAY JR. & CO.
San Antonio Daily Light
At I'::. .17 1 rices
3 West Commerce
Volume V Number 320.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 14. 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.
frggrmnf to see and be convinced that we mean what we
the ronillllpn that all openings to Ike
cnili ato lo lie olosodanil ktil clustd
UiiiIok any alaim of llrr or II rr tosis.
UroRUK V. HlUCKKMIIIKlK
l'rtsldent or the Walor-worka I'o.
1'aiily asked wlial would bo tlio colt
or w attr-clostts?
Ttio Mayor replied lie believed It
would be CO to 78 cents par month anil
the coat or connection would amount to
City Kiitflneer Matlaok wasealleil he-
fore tbe committee anil stated Hint
III regard lo that matter bp hail bail
some correspondence with .Major
llumphreya at Memphis anil lie main-
talneil that the averag tost would tin
I.-JI anil Hint III inktiv t-asi.. ulirri.
Callaglian Y. droos (Jeorgo M. Jlave- houses worn amall thnt water closets
HrW. Aldermen llelknan. l'aulv and Con- I were not nut In the house but the liiil.il-
nor loga used for closets before they were 1 report for the next meeting of tin Coun
The Mayor ImTlnir called tbe commit- wter-cIosets plaoetl In thorn. Theolty j toe adjourned subject lo oall.
Meeting of the Sowor Oominit-
teo Yesterday Afternoon.
Oevlne and the Water-worki-Callaghan
Oppoted to It Entlrely-The Com-
mlttee't Final Stroke.
The Sewer Committee met yesterday
rternoon In the Mayor'a parlor the fol
lowing members being present : Judge
homaa J. Devise Chairman; Mayor
leu m uruei sinieu ummir irsuniuun ui engineer on lurioer inquiry ataieu mai i
Alderman Mackay which was that a 1 the average distance of closets from
committee of three rnembers together nrh. ont.Tde. w feet. The ca.iaclly of
Ceo. H Kaltoyor Presldont - Otto Koohler Soc. and Manap;or.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
F. SIMMANO. HAMI'KI.
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'B Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
Mey-Lunch and Meals at all hours. Everything served lu Flrst-Clar. Style.
e ollte waiters In attondanee. 7-28-0m
lib the Mayor and City Attorney be
appointed to correspond with the Presi
dent of tbo watar-works with a flow of
agreeing upon terms for tbo purchase
by the city ot the water-works and the
same to be submitted to tbe voters or
this city bad been referred to that ooui-ralttee.
Ills Honor said be believed the city
should own the water-werks. This res-
olution whs made with n view or pur-
chasing tbe water-works. Ho would
very mil ch favor the establishment or n
jstetn ot their own water-works lu
be meantime the city Is placed under
i certain contract nnd they ouirlit not to
betray the faith or the city.
Oroos: Is the city at liberty to estab-
lish a system of their own?
Oroos: Is she nt liberty to authorize
IV one else to e tabllsh n system?
(Jroos: I thought there was a con-
ratt for a certain number or yearn.
.Mayor: mere is n contract inrpuniic
urpose;but there Is nothing excluding
lie city contracting with any body of
men to establish their own. I will ask
EMPORIUM OF FASHIOS.fi
This Establishment Is now Replete with AH the Novelties for the
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be seen la Illaok and Colored 1'laln and Brocaded. Casstmere (black
and colored) Tricots Diagonals Herges eto. Cuuiel Hair and Wool Sat-
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress l'lalds In slng'.e and double wldtbs and
MrTrlrumlngs to suit all Dress Goods.-iS
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He Is now sbowlng ihe largest stock or Kid Gloves Mlts Laces and FaneyJGoods
for Ladles anu unuaren ever urougui 10 our uiiy. in oiik iiuaiery
he has an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest Fall and Winter styles and makes or Bonnets and Hats
Ostrich riumes Tips Klbbons and Trimmings will be round
there. This department la under first-class artistes
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towellngs Domestlo Prints Ginghams Alpacas Comforters. Canton Flan-
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by his agents was tbe most magnificent stock or Dress
Goods or all kinds ever seen In any dry goods bouse In Texas.
Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks and can be also give tbe greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes aad Hats
' Ills stock or mi ana winter .uioiDinir is mo wrran ever uruuirai "'"".
braces m ine uucsi pmiurni rn
I lid ire Devlne who at one time retire
sentcd (ho city to bear me out.
Devlne: Whisky whs iiio prevailing
drink in those days.
Mayor: Ihe ouestlon came up and n
tilt was Instituted by tbe Water-works
Company to recoverthe amount claimed
i full llll
Alsu a full stock of Uentloincn's Furnishing Goods.
Shoes and Hoots.
i of Btetson Soft anil HUB Hats.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
lila Kumlture Department Is corapleto with Household flmwla u
1 ho will suit overvtiodv
ami Plush Parlor Sulla. Mohair Parlor Knits. Walnut and
Suits Wardrutici. en.
Curtaliifl window Abodes. Ktc. ' Country order filled
Uena ror latnpiei.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
. Office ot the Purchasing and Depot C. S.
January 1-' 1H8.
Pealed Propnwli In ilur llcate subject to the
usuul conditions will bo recuhnl at thlsollleo
until 140'clock noon 011 January S5 lbNl for
furnUhlnjr And immcwllatp delUeryof the fol-
lowing subsistence Buppllus rlzt
200n pounds COUN MKAL In new Bontnless
. yyxW jHiunds BALT course in - ouud
Attn) pounds ONIONS In barrels.
21000 pounds 1'OTATOKS Irish In socks.
'28JXJ0 iounds POTATOES Irish In Inim-ls.
1500 pounds POTATOES Sweet In sacks.
Bidders muHt state tho variety offered and
the locality In which raised.
Blank proHWuU cud further Information can
be bad upon application to this office
MMt rurchartnir and lK-Nt C 8
Horses Mules and Wagons at Auction
Svery mo nil 11 at 10 o'clock sharp conn
nir Wednesdav. Deceinler St. ( mite e
boslyi jou oreall Invited. On Military Plaza
Ths Parent of Imomnla.
Tho fuirent of Inftouiulii or wakefulnens Is lu
nine -Hffl out ot lOadj-tipepticstoiiinch. UoinI
dlKffrtlon irhes wmnd sli-p ludlirestlou Inter
ferva wliu It. Tho bralu aiid ttouiuth syuipu
. Uhlio. Ono of thu uroinlneut aimntuins nf
. I weak statu of the giu.tr 1 0 orKuns Undisturb-
j ftnoeof tbe great nerve entrepot thu brain.
I flOYlrurate the stomach audyou restore mjuII
modlolne for this nurnotio Is HoslPttirM Mtnm.
ach Bitters which Is far prt ferublo to mineral
sedatives and imwerfuf narcotics htch
though they iu ay for 11 time exert u oonorfno
innuence uitou I no brain soon eeaso to act
and Invariably Injure tho tone of tho stomach.
The Bitters nnthnmnimrv. nulnrn uMUltv
to tho operations of that aft luirtant origan.
sound sleep and a t
and pure sweet breath. By tislngOHIDONTO
and a frairmnt breath aA8iirril. Onlv rtl)fviil
wox. LHpua aim rowuer. f or naio ny r.
tor of Maich !K) lmi sayst
Dr J.J.Tobln Austliu
ar Sir Havlnir. durluir tho fiut
-em I'd V iii-entired bv ua. kmm 11 at Hetm.
ue Hake pleaitiiru In etatlnttr that It has
ltciimly 1 liuvo found no altei-uiUi
gat ho 1
1 cert ill
none so ellicHcluu In a rouximraa
es eonstlnatloi.. bcadacho
unu resioreH 1110 appeuut 111 an eaei
your drugglKt for It
A Captain's Fortunate Dixcovery
Captain Coleman schiKiucr Weymouth. i
log Utweeu Atlantlo City and New Vork li
beeutrtuiblett with a eough mi that ho w
unable to idet-p ainl wa Induced to try I
Klmr'H New lfUonverv tor Consumntlnn
mm insulin n-nui oui aim j (hi
larly alleeted and 11 Hnglod
hannv effect. Dr. KIdu-'m
DlKeoervU now tho standunl remodylnthu
Trial iiottiea or this Htaudard ltciiiixly
A. Bni(t'Inig Store
- Brown's Ii
T1111I0 ! thn iitv lMt im..ll.
eacu ihinicie or 100a performs its woutoii r
(!( art gives that to the bhtod that is ro-
nulail to gho It tho rich red huo that iiuli-
cates perfect health. When taken as directed
It never tail to ttrodueu th lolr.l .rr.wi
Prico f I per bottlo For sal. by A. Drtlis tod
ttiat It will cost so much to build
these mains am) necfsiary laterals
and tlint the naternorki will furnish
wiitcr for so much nnd thRt the ditches
can alio bo usrd. nnd III (it this commit-
tee be discharged.
Mayor: I object to that I think we
OUKht to meet the question nnd report
to the Council what we haede termlned
on nnd found out something either for
I 'a ul j- seconded Itelknap'a motion
which was adopted.
1110 ii ay or appointed .niuge wevine
SIMMS & SAMUELS PROPRIETORS
tmAjp ANTONIO. TMaCLA-SB
II. SIMMs .... ... ... .Ilcsm
and Mr. K Uroos on tbe ruh-conimlttee
.Indite Devlne wished to bo excused but
thn Mayor would not ohnnge tbe ap-
pointmentthen he turned to .Mr. (Iroos
and .laid "you will have to make out
An attempt win do maue to nave me
Til Kit. II AND
WTHE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY.
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE RESORT.
the proposed sewers one on the essl
and tho other on the west side would
avcrnce a cost or tSOUO a mile or n total
cost or f:i-U0OU. At the outrall the dis-
charge would be SUUU cublo feet per tula-
tile running three-quarters full. Tills
capacity would bo sufficient for RUU(M t
llelknap It seems to melt w.uld re-
quire hut very little engineering skill to
utilise some or the water In tho ditches
Tor that purpote estiocially on tho west
t tie uitcnes couiii ue usrii lor iiiisn.
No New Developments-City Hall Jot-
tings and Points.
Killlnr fun A lilnnlo I.IkIiI.
Ai'htix January II 18s! There are
no now developments In the lato murder
cases which transpired In this city on
the night or December ii.
The city Is unusually quiet and order-
ly. Captain James . I.ticy tho newly.
elected Marshal has during Ihe short
PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT JANUARY 14 15. 16 and 17.
Ine. Messrs. Harrison t Howard and
.Indue Noonan nt that time decided the
Wnttr-works Company had a right to
lecover. we had not received the
water bu they made us pay ror It.
. Devlne: My Impression is this that
while tbe city Is under obligation to
take water from the comnnnr nnd nav
so much ror every hydrant yet there Is
mining in ine contract mat proniuits
lie city from giving permission to
mother party to lay pipes and furnish
Uroos: Is the city at liberty to estab
lish a system or water-works or their
Devlne: Undoubtedly but tbe city
would have to stand un to the contract.
the new contract the compromise.
Mayor: I was a member or tbe Coun-
cil at that time and I opposed the
wnttr-works aim at mai time
it compromise was mndo nnd fully re-
ceived on both sides utter a suit bud
been Instituted and Judgment rendered
against the city the price ot cucli
hydrant was at first $100 per year It was
reduced to ou.
lielknap I don't think that la the
business tlitt pertains to tbe committee
The Mayor No: that Is true. There
has been a delay In calling the commit
tee. 1 am responsible ror It. I did not
believe in calling tbe committee and 1
am willing to take the responsibility
because I hardly thought It was neces-
surr under tb. discussion that was be-
loreiuem. tue oomnmite uauieitine
matter with mm: certuln questions have
been nrotiounded to tb. Cltv Engineer
on the subjeot and he has reported as
San Antonio November 2? lSS.'i
Hun. Uryan Callairhan Mimir:
Dkik Sir Ik rsnlT to tbe following
1. Whether the sewers should
Hushed dallv. and II not. how often?
2. How many gallons will Hush the
system now contenpiated at one uush
3. The nrobable amount needed for
one Hushing when tbe population ex-
I beg leave to say:
1. That each Hushing tank should ills
charge once In everv 24 hours.
2 In the svsteui content nlated about
3000 flush tanks will be required these
tanks to ue locateu at tue extremes or
dead ends ot laterals. Kacb tank should
iue total amouni oi water requireu per
day 30000 gallons. Should It be d.emed
auvisaDie. i urn oi ine opinion that u
large portion oi tuts
ttiined from ditches.
3. Tbe Increase or nomi at on lo 00.
000 would not necessarily affect tbe
amount or water needed to ittisli dead
ds. Ihe area Included with In the
limits of the proposed system Is more
man enouuti to accommotiate unit
amount or population and even were It
necessary to extend the laterals It
would not Increase the number of dead
ends to be flushed.
As to Hushing Ihe Interior portions or
the svsteai ine volume i tue sewage
liseir can be ueo.nuea on ror that.
When extra flushing I required In
special cases It Is tbe practice to drive
the sewage back to a sufflcisnt head to
accomplish tbe necessary cleansing
when liberated. Very respectfully
v. t . MAincK wiiy engineer.
A communication which hnd been re
oelved from Major Urackenrldge re
gardlag the cost of water was also read
H011.T. J. Duvlnc ClmtnnuiiBcvi
SanAniomo November 25 lSbS. In
answer to vour nutations or this morn
ing I beg to state that It Is dltllcult to
set a price upon the water required to
flush tbe sewers to be constructed by
quantity required be less than 100(00
gallons per uay our cbarge will not ox
ceed 1 cent per 100 gallons. Should the
quantity exceed 100000 gallons uud not
over 400000 gallons per day we will not
charge more than cent per 100 gallons
for any excess over the ilrst 100000 gal-
lons. If the quantity should exceed
iuu.uuu gauons per uuy and require uu.
dltlonal mains and uiucblnerv to fur
nlih what may be required we will
probalily not be able to buddIv the de
mand without enlarging the mains and
Incurring heavy expenses; In whlcb
eveni we win eipoat .liner 10 oe re.
leased from all obligations to furnlsl
water as above or other satisfactory ar
ranuemetita be made.
Tlit above proposition! are made on
Ing the mains and the water-norka time In which he has occupied the olllcc
rid the city of many suspicious charac-
ters. All reel t!-nt Austin was fortunate
In securing his services.
Major Thomas J. Urackenrldge Is re
ceiving inucii solid encouragement as h
catiuiuato lor uovernor.
When ItocorderJo ins cotnes tnion the
bench wearing 11 standing collar and
winte cravat tue mourners ureau n trial.
1 ney construe II as a nail omen.
A. S. llurleMin Assistant City At-
torney. Invariably refuses to submit
t ltv .Mursbnl l.ucv has been dttbuod
'TheGruiiil Mogul' by old iitlenders.
City ollli'ials are clamoring for better
manors: a new calaboose la badlv
The Marshal will complete the roor-
Snnlzutton or the police rorce next Mon-
ay anil promises to make It one or tbo
most etncicni in me niaie.
CUT Kmrlneer Mer uit s niraln at Ills
post after over a month's tussle with tbe
ine lust seen 01 Aiuerman tiimmings
he was wrestling with tho oil lamp prob-
lem slightly dlstlgured by Crooker but
still lu the race.
Aldormnn Krvlng would make a good
Mayor for the next term.
mild halo lo bv used to Hush the d
nils where there is no volume of sew
age to keep thu sewerage Itself clenn.
Mntlack raid he thought nil the mains
could be flushed with tbe dilcbes; the
water-works would have to be used ror
he deal -end. for which tho water must
be regular ami In n body. Every lateral
will nuve u ueuu-euu. ine main sewers
111 not need lo bo Hushed oflenor than
once n month. Some cities flush only
once every six mouths.
.vinyor 1 tiiingiinn suiu mat an ine
orks he had ever read on the suhlect
condemned nil s)stems orsewers except
nose provided witu sewer larms.
neiktinp: vv ny cannot we just nan
here wo are. and lint It In a oractlcable
ehnpe and put It before the people ?
urnos: no unve not uau ine report
idled ror by thu llonrd or Health.
Minor: The Chairman of the llonrd
of Health Dr. Herd says that It Is well
0 nave a bvstetu 01 sewers but It Is uet-
ter to have nothing at all than to have a
Maverick wnnted to have the endorse-
ont of the Hoard or Health In proper
.Mnvor: I want voil to sett e till a
uesilon to-day and 1 will get their en-orsement.
He knap: It Is very unfortunate wo
cannot get the things Into shape and put
It before the people. I do think we
should not waste nny more time on the
atier. in mci we cannot no any city
ork on some streets until this Is set-
ed. We ouirlit to end this tlilnir rlulit
II' If we are going to do nny thing or not.
think It would he cood to nut nil we
know ubout It Into as concise a shape
is possime 11 nil place 11 ueioro
he Council nnd usk them to give an or
der lor a vote.
Connor: It would be folly to put It be
fore the people unless they know all
about It thoroughly and what It would
Devlne: I am neither an advocate nor
n opposeror sowers but I am In favor
of doing what I consider best for the In
terest 01 1 no people. 1 tlilliK wnaiever
we recommend to Hie city we ought to
give tbe city nn opportunity of pulling
lierore tho people nit w. know on thu
11b eot. The neon e will have to nav
according to the City Engineer's es-
itiinie. not less luun n.iutxiu and a mil
lion before you get through with It.
llelknap If u man Increases his built h
and that of his family 20 per cent. it
should be done.
Devlne The llrst thim; Is to ascertain
be cost and then the reasons why It
nouiu ue uuopieu.
The Mnvor I desire to state that I
am strictly In favor of bating a system
orsewers. I am an advocate or sew. rs
nut 1110 say mat wnen yoa tax people
with $:iGO000 to establish two main sew-
ers and laterals and you expeot that
those who derive no benefit from It to
ote for It. I believe you are mistaken
If vou take tho assessment of San Anto
nio nt Sin.000.000 nnd rnlse the Interest
or tbe bonds nnd sinking fund It will In-
crease your taxes considerably.
I'auiy it applies in tno same way in
The Jlavor Those who will not have
a chance to connect will not vo'o forlt.
uroos I think the people would be
very foolish. Wo propose to establish
sewerage In t ti centre of Ihe city
lilght there Is the most danger of
epidemic if those people on the outside
vote 11 uown litre comes an epidemic:
son to vote against it because we can
not give it to alt.
Mayor Callsirlinn: Those reasons are
good hut liumtin nature Is human
Paulv: From a sanitary stumlnolnt.
they might be Induced to vote for It.
Devlne I have a very high opinion or
our physicians nnd think they compare
rnvorably with those of any other city
but I am satlslled that the opinion of
our physicians nevertheless will a hut
very nine way wun iue people 01 una
town no further lliun the newspaper edi-
torial became tbe newspapers and our
physicians declared Ihe city was one or
the sickliest boles on the American con-
tinent a regular black bole of Calcutta
and the people did not believe it and
they are not going to riant union on tue
llelknap ut this Juncture showed a let-
ter be bad received from a Northern cor-
respondent stating he had changed his
mind about coming to San Antonio h.
being afraid of tbe smalt-pox .pld.mln
which had been reported through th.
Tbe Mayor There wer. several oases
ol small-pox developed here but It Is not
epidemic and there have been no new
-llelknap We have either got to
build sowers or make the river a sewer
Devlne Coming down to business I
bellevo It Is our duty to present lo the
Council all the unquestionable facts In
our possession and the cost of connec-
tion and give as many reasons as pos-
sible In lavor of th. adoption. 1 was In
favor orthe sewers when It was up be-
fore. The Mayor I voted against It Judge
Belknap Maverick and I'auiy agreed
that If tbe people were told that the
water-works system would cost $1000-
000 they would vote against It.
Devlne Vou bad better tell them the
truth tho whole truth and nothing but
Belknap moved tbat the committee
make a report tp the Council
exactly what tbey bid found out
John Sherman Elected
CoLt'Hiit") O. January 1.1. The Sen-
ate and House met In lolnt convention
nt 12 o'clock to-day and elected John
Sherman to the I'tilted States Senate.
It required 71 votes to elect. Sherman
received 81 votes.
Konr Wavnk Ind. January 13. This
afternoon the hotter In tbe basement of
St. Mary's Catholic Church exploded
with a terr ble crush Instantly killing
Engineer Anthony Evans anil a little
school girl whose name can not be
ascertained nnd entirely wrecking the
beautiful edifice. A few minutes later
lire broke out In the ruins. The priest s
house adjoining wns undly wrecked
but none of the Inmules weru lnltired.
The loss Is about $03000; Insurance not
A Most Atrocious Crime.
IlnooviiNciin.v Ind.. January 12. The
murder ot James Dohson by a hired
hand named Holly Kpps has developed
into an unparalleled crime In the history
oi Indiana. Kpps went to Dobson's bed
siue wiiue no was usieep cui 111s ueau
onen with nn axe then nulled Mrs
Dobson out or bed telling her she must
submit to nis desires sue resisted us
long as possible but the brute accom
nllsned his oblect anil left her ex
iintisted with her dead husband. Epps
still denies the rape and says be killed
Dobson In his sleep. Excitement Is In
tense all through the country and It Is
likely he will bo mobbed If the crowd
can get at hltn. Epps will bo taken to
ueuioru lor sai. -Keeping.
The Recorder's Court.
This temple ol the blind goddess was
very poorly patronized this morning
The usual largo crowd ol spectators wui
absent probably gone a-llshlng or hunt
Ing lor ducks lly-and-by two tardy
ones app.ared In tbe auditorium and
tben the business or the court went on
as before. Tho sum of $20 was Imposed
hy tbe Itecorder divided up us follows:
Mike Murphy who by his name would
aouear to be a wanderer from the Em
erald Isle but whose appearance and
sneech nlalnlr stamned nlui as n lineal
descendant or tbe ancient House or
Montezuma was fined $3 lor being
found by a policeman drunk He
should have kept oat of the way or the
aruardlan or the Inw
Jesus Serano a grizzled old son ol
uaccnus was nneu .i lor oetng urunw
on the tcstniony or Officer Wllkins
W. Mcllvaln. a bearded countryman
roll by the wayside early in the march
last night and was arrested ror drunk-
enness Ue pleaded ror the mercy or the
court saying 11 was uis nasi unease.
He was fined $.'. however which was a
gentle hint ror hlm to look els. where
ror ine article ne waniea.
William Itussell was arrested as
nlflln ilmnl- anrf on. fln.il t.V
One of the cases this inornlne i th
outgrowth of tho "beautirul snow" or
day before yesterday. William springer
accent accused n Mexican boy Fred
ei lck I.eal ot using insulting languagi
toward him. Snrlneer stated that hi
was going to tarow a soowuau ai i.eai
when Ihe latter cul ed hlm a very han
name and told him If be threw It at
h tn he would kill blm. As Murines
had not vet made his will he knew be
would not give bis relatives tbe fun of
contesting ror bis property and there-
for lie did not throw the ball but bad
Leal arrested. Tb. case was dismissed
by the lteoorder.
Tb undersigned beg to Inform all
whom It may concern that tbey have
formed a co-nartnerahln In the live
stock and general commission business
tob. carried on under tbe style of Anson
A. Maber & Co. Their office will be
situated at No. 208 Main Plaza.
Anson A. M All Kit.
1-U-U Loiu W. Adak
... . l.KAIIRIt Or UKCIIKSTHA
t.KAiirii or IIbass tlAwn
The Kirnniiuiicv .III eoiniiiiiicv v It li the IiuikIiiiIiIii not entitled
THE COMING MAN!
n Motto Sonus
MISS SUSIE STOKES
I'lsliliillnii Hkilili Artists III tln lr nrluliinl Plantation fkrtrli.cntltlrd "llril Pt'KKr Hiihe."
n-iiii-iiiir miiiio Mt-iiHiiii-ter piet lite or i tie tiiieiiii iv uiiHiMiiuiieriirioKnHiirlaisiLRtiip)loet.
r lliimis. INiiilriH..!.... I.le.
N. II. Kin I lie kn-iiln.lKldi.r.cimiUI"in.
I In II I I
MISS LIZZIE SHELTONl
of grseo anil merit.
li unit Inst week orthe lr.l nt tho Sililli.
i nnun Willi in i m-rcm mil unK--r.tiir ti.
mrlotle winr "Urn. Uin. CiiMit ' w rfttrn un.) i
III hl-t ntnitl ('hiinirtu l ImitniWiiiiM' urn I ilfttlift. In which ho rhullt-nKCM tho worht.
ctcr An Knirliitli liMiiMlr. Iln-tilliir Swell nf tin- Flint Water. Mnllev Hoiiif llnnl-
liiii' Hum." wriitpn atnl iirrnnir.il hv Ilnrrv Mmurthv Cliuriu'icr Mary lc Alpine a or
(H.I ch njlt In m-iirth 'T hir Imcr lhili-ful Hnllm! '"Ihn Annlo Woinan'H I ji incut." written
iy Hurry Mtunitthy. t'lmractrr ' Hiiinptin-y hihhhi. it Vorkuhlri 11 rwu nn n jrounl and
Jmi: ANII IMI III.M PAIIKWHU..! ' J
IVIIbts A DA I AINWUUU I
Direct I rum thu M-tnoll In tho Ijilrwt HilfTCiuM'ii.
ri'UlP .... VUe Mlmiun "Iiit'rml.hm . OKrHKHTKA
Sorlo-Comlc Corns Miss Suslo Stokos
Hrst iiw-'iImiwVt "
MR. JAMES NEARY1
In liU orlirhml wht nf ilolntr Irish SoniM nml l)ncen.
AkhIu h( hHtt Un- lli-Hllthlliir V'h-mIp '
MISS ADA STANWOOD1
In llnnju ahi IntnNluclntf ""'""j'fj'l Intowt iic(vw.
Tho Popular MISS LIZZIE SH ELTON
t:nKRiteinrtit Kxtruonlltiur) f I lie Un nt Jupniu iM' Jiijorlcr
YASSO ! -Ssr
Tho wonder cf tho I Oth Century Producing more Original nnd Diffi
cult Tricks than nny other Artist In tils lino. Don't (all to see him.
VKitiisiti: .'.". . oiiriTI'.sTitA
c-niithiite Hlth Join lltirtnir. IjiiiKliable Attorpli
Jhiiiiii NniryMrs Hntin
Ia-w Ilnki-rf Mro.Hlattcry ....
I )lhir cliui arti-rit hy tho ttmipHny
tttS NEW FACES EVERY WEEK. 2j
' Wolf & Marx
II' VOU WAST
TO BUY MTIQWTiES.
We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn Out-of-
Style Goods hut New and Desirable
Articles in Plenty.
Fine Dress Goods
Sills Satins anil Velvets
Cloaks anil Wraps of all Mnils.
Silt Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves Handtercbiefs Fans.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
WOLF &c lLJiEf2L
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED DYsSTEAM .THROUGHOUT.
Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings and a 8poclal Free
Concert Every Sunday from 4 to 1 1 p. m.
First-Class Bar-Room Restaurant and Billiard-Room ((ached. a
rUOMIT AND POUTK ATTENTIONaUABANTrilD.
A Kmo kiruui. - - - - - - aan Anion exas r
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