San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 30, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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L.M du QUESNAY JR. & CO.
San Antonio Daily Light
At Factory Prices
3 West Commerce
Volume VI. Number 10.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 30 . 1886.
Only $5 a Year
L.H. du QUESNAY JR. & CO.
Cigars and Tobacco
ami state a m ay i.r iiu'
A. DEI.PIT Factory Now Orleans
Will llecelvo In a few days
A FULL LINE OF GOODS
and' INVITE INSPECTION
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.
USComc: U) sec and lie convinced that wo mean what we
Coo. H Kaltoyor. Prculdont - Otto Koohlor. Soc. and Mnnagor.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
4EMP0RiUM OF FASHION.ff
This Establishment Is now neplcto with All the Novelties for the
Frill nnd Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
' (.'an lie seen in Illack and Colored Plain and llrocrided. Casaimercs (black
and colored) Tricots Diagonals Serges etc. Camel Hair nnd Wool Sat-
reus. Velvets and Velveteens In all colors plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees Dress l'lalds In single and doublo widths nnd
loTTrlinmlngs to suit nil Dress noods.-
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
He is now showing the largest stock of Kid (lloves Mils I.aces nnd Kancy Hoods
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
he has nn endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All the latest l'nll and Winter styles nnd makes of Jlonnets and Hals
Ostrich Humes Tips Millions and Trimmings will be found
there. This department is under tlrst-ctass artistes
i who will please tlio tastes of all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Towolliigs Domestlii PrlntB (Jlnglinins. Alpacas. Comforters Canton Flan-
nels nnd Hosiery. Among the other things which wcro very extensively
purchased hy his agents wns thn most magnificent etoek of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kspeclal attention wns given to purchasing Fall and Winter
Silks nnd can he also give tlio greatest bargains In
Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats
IliM stock of Full nml Winter .Clotliiiitr in Uu l.u
hnicci.in the lutein mittciiw I'rlnrn AHm-iI
A veiy InrKo uml tHnnih'to ninth or Iail
SlHH-I HIKl HoOtM. A Hill 1 1 IK' Of sStC
Also ii lull itoclt of (Igutlciucii
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Ilia Furultiiro DeiMitment U couijiloto with HnuselinM (J'vxls ami ho will stilt even b
mi thu Him. A1nn111r.1t.1crK01.J4 we liii.l 1'luMi Parlor Suits. Molialf 1'arlor Suit. Wnln.it
Ash IkMriHirn Suits. Wararcihoi Chain Ho.lv HniMoH nnd I nff rum Carpels Huffs Mrtttinfr.
Curtain V Inflow Shali' I Ho. Country orUora fllknl iromjittv uml HatlHfactloii ifuarantpcu).
Hpuu ror samples.
Main Plaza and Accquia Stroot
I S. & D.
Missouri State Museum
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.
Dr. D.OilvlcBtin U'g tolutnnii lil.tiiiinetoii.
Mentis ami patients nf lilt itirlwil In t-an An-
lonlo w here ho w III be luipp)' to see lliem at
1 he Meager llotol Itoom No. II OrmiDil
Floor from 10 it. m. till 4 l. in-
I wily or by SPECIAL Appointment.
l)u. Imviki)m liiivluir.lewtieillil. attention
scclally Ii the treiitine'H of
NervousChronicl Blood Diseases
Iu ix' if m dully Hume tuMnif hom luipiu-
ilciiw Invlli'8 ull m sutTrihitf tot-alt upon him
without delay. HUoxjxnk'nco for innnj years
Intbo ptlnclpal r touch and (icnmin Honpltnts
tflntrfeutllcloiil iNiaruntct Hint till so n til k' ted
will roceho tlio lnstt the Inlet t and the most
Patients ortho-u' Ihlujf at a ilMaiue ure In-
vite! to write coneernliiff their syiiiptoiuf) etc.
All letters will rreeivo Iniuutlhitn ntlentlon.
Iteinember tho addreii ltoom No U
(ui-nuiul tl(Kii) Menver Hotel Ban Antonio
Trias nnd call Ht onec u the Doctor's tny
JUST rUHMSIinn and Mill lo umilidriec
to any add it as uu receipt of one S-cent i-tump
"Pmcllcal Obwnntlon n NEitvoua Deiiii
ITT AND I'lltSH Al. r.XIUl'HTIOS" to Mlllfll If
sdded un"Kf8iiyon Mnrrlatrc" with fin pott ant
eliapter on other diseases being a synopsis
of iAt'lttrcH dellveied Ht the MUsoinl Statu
Muecunt of Anatomy by Dis. Uatloon Hie
wholo fonnlnir a valnublo Medical Treat Ire
m hlch bhould bo read by all ) ounjr inrn.
HT Address DU. P. DAVIHSO.V
l-2J lm Menger Hotel HA V AXTONIt).
-llfAMTtD-Everybotly to knew that nlop Job
VT I'nntiuK IM uouo at uio bight onu-o i
in Sou ami Miff Mm
! MISCELLAN LCUSADVERTISEMENTS.
FIRST-CLASS thoroutrli r.nirineer nml Ma-
kind of machinery. Ad-
'rtT. ..). thNollice
t Fashion Theatr
1 7ANTED Two
ounif ladles. Hire III I
r ai. Hi Join luiiiiK Utiles' Mllltsry Co
I Hull dull. Amily tivtlay to Harry Kne-
ll iiiunttjror at rHthlon Tlieutre.
HOICt Kllllt i
IIIINIlAMD.irjnu Imvoa Weak. Nerv
Ilelillltaleil Mill-: ll not xenl.l n tnc
awry nltli her. (Ilto lier irlml lovlntr words
the Great htgloin Ilcnot ator and our ttonl
It' it k-hu will soon bless jou. Ktir snlu by V
Kaltiiter Sc i
II Kngt'A tin its DerAliTMi.NT iif't'exAs
Ortltu of ( lilct guarte mistier
San Antonio Texas. January iio. 18M1
f-euletl PioimsaN In triplicate subjeet to
liaiinl eondtt Ions will bo received at this
iillin until 13 o'cloek noon on tlio lelhday
or tebmar- 1SNI at ulilclt tltno and nlaea
tiifj-iiioooieiiea iniiioprenenet.or attend-
inir in'Kiei-s. tor rumlitiiiiifr and dellterr i
I'ot t F (nekton Tolas ot itlUT pounds of Cor
and (Cln37 pounds of Oats.
Illuuk roKianl and circular ctt Inir full I
struetlonsastoinaiilierortildtlluir and tern
or contract can be had on application to tin
I lie' Oo eminent itmtvh tlio right to
leet nnv or all iironnsnl.
llnvelopes contalninir proposal should be
marked "Proposal for lorajre at Fort tilock
ton" anil aiuu-eittHi to int. unuersignoil.
NUVroli Sitl J.CI. O. I.HR
MURDER AND OUTRAGE.
A Fiendish Deed Unparalleled" in
Patty Scott a Mulatto Woman Horribly
Murdered and Outraged Aus-
f Hit met briilnl anil conardly
at well as horrible niurde rs If not the
mol horrible ever occurring In San An-
tonio took place latt night at the rest-
ilenco of Mr. I.. II. Chandler a well-
known cttlren living In the line lirlck
liume of ei-AIdcrman Corbett at the
street. Hie murder wns not discovered '
until about 7 o'clock tula morning
when the butcher hoy employed by Mr.
Hpeiser wno naa ueen supplying
meat to the family called as usual at
ho servants' Kate on the Arsenal street
lile. and called louillv several times for
the servant Mrs. Patty Scott a inulutto
woman to oonie out lor me meat lie-
celvlnir no answer to his summons ho
descended from his cart opened I lie
gate and looked In the yard and raw
the door of the little ont-bnlldlng Hied
by the mulatto woman as n Bleeping
room w ide open and lh body ot the
"7 ".; 1
n Its blood. He aroused the family nnd
Mr. Chandler oame down' nnd together
went in ami saw uie woman lying m 'on
he lloor on her back knees raised and
legs spread out and hrr under clothing
was torn on pitriiaiiy nwey tier urine
were spread out nnd on the ton of her
head towards the back was 11 deep
wound made apparently
hatchet about two or three Inches In
length and laying open the skull
another cut an Inch long was visible
on the tip of her chin extending to the
line ami it black bruise on her cheek
showed where it blow had been struck
by some blunted Instrument. Mbe was
itingin uio mtuttie ot uie room ne
ween her bed nnd a rocking chair.
which was placed against the wall.
The bid had not been used that night.
Her tinner clothlug was oil tho body.
excepting her corset hoop skirt nnd
bustle which were found ijlng on nn-
other chair close by. Blood wss
tiieared in a great pool over lite lloor.
and the position of the woman would
Indicate tliat sue nail ueen struck iitiun
and killed Instantly and lay motionless
where she had fallen and afterwards
been outraged hy the llcnd while tho
corpse was yet warm. .Suspicion rests
upon ine tieau woman s nusuanu tt-
llaiu Scott as the perpetrator of the
deed and thu basis of these suspicions
rests upon tlie lact.lliat lite pair liati nut
been living on very ngreeab'o terms for
some time. Ho was tinetl In the Hecor-
der's Court last November for beating
her severely and wns afterward placed
under a peace bond towards her. bhe
complaining that her life was In danger
anti ttati oceu mreaieneti uy uer Hus-
band. She afterwards brought stilt
agslnst him for divorce and the cam
was vet pending on the dotktt of the
Willis Webb a relative of the t end
woman lesllllsd before the coroner's In-
3ttesl; which wns begun this morning hy
uttlce Crawford at the residence that
Scott abused his wife terribly before
lltey were separattti anil niteruaru nail
compelled her tit the point of a pistol to
submit to Ids brutal ileslreB. and Webb
also tcstllled to hearing bint threaten
her that if she leit him and went out to
service with Jlr Chandler that ho would
k 111 her some nutht. .Volt is u laborer
employed at the llino kiln near the head
ot the river and the shcrlrts olllcers nnd
lie police were scouring ine country
and city all of this morning In search of
him. 1'ntty Hcott was a line looking
mulatto woman of about 2S years of age
and was born In .San Antonio and raised
by Colonel N. O. (Jreen t lie well-
known attorney. She bore the character
of be tie a liartl-worklntr woman a ircod
servant and the best cook Inlhiiult.
Mr. Chandler testifies to the fact that
while she has been In his service (since
January 4) iter morals navo ueen ocvouti
reproach no male visitor ever being
seen In her company -No servant ex
cept her and nn old negro hostler were
employed on tho premises. Tho build-
ing occapled by the woman was a short
distance removed from the main house
was a low one-roomed aflalr. with onu
door fastening with n wooden button
which was round to tear me marks of
bloody lingers. A bowl of water was
under the bed and a bucket of water In
the room which was Impregnated with
blood where the llend had evidently
washed hit Moody hands nml
bloody weapons ntrcr committing
the deed. A Itatchet and crowbar were
also found In the room. Mr. Chandler
says I lie crowbar belonged on the prem
lses. but its placu was outside In tin
yard and this the man must have carried
into the room. A niece of newsnaner
was found which was bloody as If It had
De.n used to wipe bteotl Jrom something
Mr. Chandler's statement of his knnivl
edge of tho events at Ills house slnue be
last saw Ids servant alive throws no
light on the murder. Ho sajs slicker vul
dinner last evening as usual at (1 o'clock.
and after the meal was over she cleared
the dishes away. The family retired at
about 10 and slent soundlv. no noKes
awnaenlng them. He knew nothing of
me norriuie event oi ine ntgui unit!
awakened this morning by the butcher
ooy ana cniieu in view trie above He.
scribed results of tho Demi's work.
Justice Crawford adjourned the in-
quest until this afternoon at J o'clock
when further witnesses wlllbeexaiulned
and tbe verdict rendered.
I.ATKit. Scott has been arrested and Is
now In tit. county Jail
The following Is the diagram of the
Tbe most popularclgareltes are th(
Opera I'nfls at popular price. -4-71y
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Current Theatrical Doings for the Week
Maud Muller Moderated.
A big bull light took place at Cuan-
llllan on January 21. KourAyala bulls
were killed and Jose .Maclilo nnd Fran-
cisco .Itinenrz aislstcd hy n picked crew
of lighters did their work gallantly.
Uencral Jose Cebnllos Governor of the
Federal District presided.
Frcttnd's "Musloand Drama" deolnies
that tin unworthy operatic performances
will ever again he positblc In that city
because of the phenomenal success of
Weha M-been favored ullhlhe follow-
ing "ring" language by one who Is pro-
fessedly nn authority :
Fur gentlemen desiring to marry
I'lnln or chased gold ring on llrst linger
of left hand. Kngaged On second ling-
er. Alter marriage Third linger. De-
termined to be a bachelor Signet oa
For ladlis not engagcil or ready for an
oiler l'lalti or chased gold ring on llllle
llngerof left hand. Kngaged third Dtp
-ger right hand. Married-Third linger
tertnand. ueuanco 10 an suitors w
on I lie tlr.t and
e on fourth lingers.
AUIn Joilltt ii the best advertised
man In America anil the poorest actor.
Mute. 1'iitll. at Vienna recelted on
the stage a Christmas gift In the lurm of
n'lrec the branches ol which were Inter
laced Willi ii golden chain each link
which bore In diamonds thunameofan
opera In which the prima donna had up.
Dan Sully has me wlih great success
In lil "Corner Oroccry." There Is a
popular impress on prevailing that this
Is of the same order in "t'eck's Hud Hoy."
This Idea is ipille erroneous; it renlly has
lletween the acts in London "Ah Sir
alwanl. I see you are to lecture.
Vaas:" "n't sublectr" "Cbaracter-
stlcs ot Hamerlcans." "Why you've
never been to llntnerlca 'ave your"
i but I 'ad a cablegram from there
n read the character of the Hamerl
cans hi their 'nndwrltlng y' know."
l'he Furlnlirhtlv Ilevlew. the first
number of which lifts Just been pub-
lished tit Ualveston does not seem fa-
vorable to "our Kuitna." It says: "To
use n slang phrase Abbott may be con-
sidered a -slick artist' whlch'belng In-
erureted means she avail herself of
every trick and subterfuge known to
he proiefsion in an enueavor 10 uiititi
he nubile as to make lire ullt vass for
gold. Her managerial and artistic ablll-
are not as great as tney appear or
daily press would have us to be-
e. A lari!B proportion of tho social
worldof Texas elect to nose as worship
pers at the lyrlo shrine of Abbott; pos-
sibly their education Is orsuch a charac-
ter that her abilities llll tho measure of
their capacity or appreciation or proba-
bly that society Is compelled to havo
something over which to gush itud
somebody hi patronize nml as the An
na school ni opera is ine most preter-
lile that travels the Stato thev draw
the mystic circle around her and Ab-
bott bet otnes for tho time the 'correct'
card." Tho article concludes s fol-
lows: "Hut sho must be credited with
some plenslng mannerism n voice nnd
meinoti suiieu in piauy hrih opcranu
works III which sue count iune com
plete sttcciss; If she will conilno hsr
perseverance and abilities to such
works as Mignnn I'm Dlavola
Chimes of Normandy I'.oliemlaii
lilrl. (. or hes do Cornevll r. etc.
surround herself with good support
venlv balanced chorus and an oreb.es-
ra that can keen time nnd that Is init
nil drum and cymbals (nut omitting n
cood 11 tit 1 at to hell) her over the bad
ptacesj sue can comiuauti an ariisttc
und financial sncces for many years to
The most dangerous sight to witness
Is to see a left-handed woman throw n
bottle at a refractory rooster There Is
n refreshing uncertainty as to what tan
gent the bottle Is likely to lly oil' at.
The nearest approach 10 tins lemate
Klosyncracy will be the playing or mo
lauy nase-uattisis tuts aiternoon at ine
The hotly of Jacob W. Thoiuan tlio
actor who died at the Forrest Homo
far actors In l'blladelnhla. on Tuesday.
was cremated yesterday at Lancaster
The Fashion Theatre Hand ncconp
panled hy tho Ladies llase Dull l'eani
serenaded the I.ionr olllce this morning
The all'slr ofllte poet Joauttln Miller
and his daughter which has created no
little sensation caused a newspaper man
to relieve nimseti oy writing me ioiio
Ing clever parody:
Maud Miller on it winter's day.
Through lc and snowdrifts picked her
She struggled along the chilly street
With summer slippers on her feet.
I'etintless hungry aid cold was she
As she craved n stranger's charity.
In his cozy cabin far away
A poet-father lolled that day.
Divine afllaltis dossed his curls
As he wrote sweet things of suffering
Hut he heard no sound of freelng feet
struggling ntong an icy street.
His frenzied optics did not see
A daughter begging for ctrarlly.
All of which story serves to teach
That poets don't practice what they
So pity the daughter who roams the
With summer slippers on her feet
And pity the tender tuneful hard
Who grinds out flubdub by the yard.
The I. ady Imperial Cadets at the
cannon i neatro to-ntgni
The German Comedy Company at
turner nan to-morrow evening.
Rapidly D appearing.
Tho smallpox scare lias gone glim-
mering since the publication of the bul
letins over Dr. Ilraunnagel'a signature.
The total number of cases to date la 27.
No new cases were reported yesterday
and no deaths. Tho exlttlng cases are
10. of which U havo recovered but are
still In quarantine.
Scarlet Fever and Its ContequenCel-Fall
of a Derrick Double Wedding Etc.
I'-lltor Hun Aiitoul.. Midit.
Ai'stix January 23 1W-In conver-
sation Willi an experienced and well-
known physician of Attitin to-day In
reply to my question as to the danger of
a spread of scarlet fever he said:
"There Is Imminent danger of Its becom-
ing epidemic; it surely wilt do so unlf ss
1 thestrlcl.st precautions are taken and ab-
solute non-lntercurse;is observed. And
! because the few cases which have occur-
! red havo been mild andhave recovered
that gives no acsurnno. that an epidemic
would not be malignant and fatal. Yes
I regard It as a very dangerous disease."
"What do you think of closing the
schools t" I asked. "I would advise It
at once by all means. Kvery new case
becomes n focus from which tho poison
radiates multiplied many hundred
times. Close the schools temporarily
and let the disease exhaust Itself for
want of sublects. Two we.ks hence it
will in my judgment be too late. Tho
fever will have gotten too much head-
way and the schools will have to be final-
ly closed; two weeks loss of school time Is
nutiiieiy preierauto io ine tieaiu oi a
ingle chilli lossy nothing ot lue horrors
t an epidemic i ea t mink oruinnry
prudence would demand the separation
or children and even the prevention of
large gatherings Unfortunately tho
people although they appear to have a
wholesomo fear of tho disease do nut
realize the extent of danger nor are they
sufllclenlly Impressed with the necessity
of strict non-intercourse: they do nut
know the velocity of this fever
olson nor how subtle It Is.;
Yes One may 'catch It' from a per
son who lias been 111 n room with It
though he himself may escape ; the poi-
son can be carried In the clothing beard
almost lfnotiUite Inthe very breath;
can be communicated In a letter or
simper. Thn results of the scarlet
fever are sometimes dreadful. I have
known children left blsnd or deaf or
dumb ;or;inalmd fur life. The reason
wuy ine puysiciana uu nut auviio uio
closure of the school (In reply lo my In-
pilryl Is tuey believe mat to no so
as I know they fear they wuuld he mis
understood ami me Hanger mognincu
were they to officially advise the closure
of the schools at present Ifstnall-pox
Instead of scarlet fever were In Austin:
IT there bad been four or II vo ca.es of
small-pox here the people would be
clamorous fur their removal across the
river. Look at the Crow case yet It
was in d. and he recovered. Scarlet
fever Is as deadly as loath; some as
catching If not more so than small-pox.
and cannot ne prevented as that disease
Is by vaccination nnd yet u person
will go In the room where It Is and Im-
iiietllatclv entern crowdl Unfortunate
ly tliere is at present no such preventive
as we nave lor smaii-pox in viicctnniion
and therefore we should take even more
pains to;gtiard against It."
This morning one of the large der-
ricks erected in front of the new Drls-
klll lintel fell with a terrible crash The
delivery wagon of 1'hll Abrahams wns
stunning in close proximity vvnicn re-
sulted In one of thu horses being killed
outright nndarotherbadlyinalmed. The
heavy pole felt across the telegraph and
telephone wires snapping some vj wires
with as much ease as u iney nan occrt
so uianv strands of thread. That no
or.3 was killed Is miraculous. All dam-
ages resulting from said accident were
promptly paid by Colonel Drlsklll anil
the contractor Mr. William Thelsen.
"The celebrated Stoddart-Leader libel
cases will occupy the boards of the
County court next week loioaei vv.
M. Walton has been employed to assist
In the prosecution Mr. A. S. Ilurloon
will defend. The opinion Is that the
prosecution will fall tn secure a convic-
tion. Dr. Stoddart Is very unpopular
and many persons among the best citi-
zens of Austin are In sympathy with
Another cold wave struck Austin yes
terday lato In the afternoon. As a
prooi oi ine intenseness oi mis iiorenn
blast. It Is only necessary touuote the
following from tho Statesman of this
morning: "A double wedding occurred
last ovenlng at H o'clock at tbe South
ern Presbyterian Church tbe contract
ing parties uewg .nr. i.ouis n nreisie
antl ..nsss i-oiuie j smpman nnu jir
I'lioclon S. l'arks and Miss Lillian K
Daldwln. Notwithstanding the disa
greeable wind and dust the church was
well filled wllh guests long before the
appointed hour those present Including
many of the most fashionable people In
Austin. Mrs. Crocker nreslded at the
organ nnd began the Wedding March
as the happy couples entered the church.
Tho ceremony was performed by the
liev. It. K. Smoot of the Southern Pres-
byterian Church and ltev. W. Howard
oi tbe ilaptlst Church. After tbe cere-
mony the newly-married nnd happy
lonnir iieonletnok the 8:110 north-bound
International train and left lor n bridal
As the I. Kiln nlready knows Hancock
has been arrested on an allldavit charg-
ing him with the murder of Ids wife on
last Christmas eve. He now lies In lall.
and to the press he damns the notvs-
papers anu tnareuy nangsntaie. toe
date or his examination lias not been
tiled Phillips Jr. already Incarcerated
for wife murder. Is still too unwell to
leave the Jail for preliminary trial.
remaps "nmriier will out."
Dr. W. J. Harber of I.ockbart will
preach to-morrow at 11 a. in. In the
camuen street unrisiian murcn.
New Light Missionary Ilaptlst Church
Sabbath School at 0:110 a. in.: preaching
at 3 p. in. Subject: "(Jo Through tbe
untes." IE. anukiison rasior.
St. Paul's Kulscopal Church. Govern
ment Hill: Services at 11 u. in. and 7:110
P. in. Seats free Strangers cordially
Invited to attend. Avenue ( cars pass
Madison Siiuarc Presbyterian Church
Sunday School at U:30; preaching at 11
o'clock uy itev. t.. u. scuaaer i. u
nattor. Take San l'edro Snrlncs cars
getting oirat Camden switch ushers
in attendance to snow seats to strangers
Returned with aBrjde.
Mr. William J. Hllger wllh the llrui
of J ltonso & Co. has returned from
Louisville Kentucky with his bride.
nee Miss Ella O'Conor. They were
married at St. Patrick's Church on tbe
Every first-clans dealer sells Opera
Avoid in mrious imi-
. lessee and Msnsirer.
GERMAN THEATRE 1
'"" appeiirnnte of Mg M.Vllli: Kl.t'lIN of
SO'-f.VTt IIII.W. JANt'.tllV ! Iw.1.
"DEM IIEIUIN EIN CLAS WASSEH."
(Viin.-di III tine .Vet rmnl lloirei iin.l
Ini Yorzinimer Seiner Excellenz
llritinn Inline Ail fro n It. Ilulni. nn.l
"i:r 1st Mlcht Eifersuechtlf
lam- In One Aet. fnan A V.U.
Aihnlipioii Vs. M and &" cent i.
V and MONDAY. JAN.3I A IT.II. I.
In hi. rumo
"The Corner Grocery."
As pl)t. I by lilm IVlnlxlit In N'e Ynikl'lty
A .mile for eter) word it laiiidi for etcrj
line. A ('timed) lliitcrtitinnit'til
For I lie public.
TheGreat Pharazyn Feb.4
Will lli. 'i- Annual Ma.k Hull at tin Ir Hall
On Saturday' February 27.
Tickets $ I
Nliri'KH INCI.I 1)1.1). TICKKTH TO III!
ii a i niovi Tin: ciiMsiiTTr.i:
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MAX XI MM I' 1 1. VI ANN'.
Harmonia Lodge No. 1
O. D. H. S.
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Hli. IWi in the Cii.ln.i Hull Til l.. I. Tor -id.'
vlln-t'oiiiiiilttiiMil Arniiitreineiili' ot be
John vvnr.nt.vM Mr. pktkiis.
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-IK YOU WANT-
10 BUY ANTIQUITIES.
We are Not Selling Old
Style Goods but
Special Import atioNwS
Fine Dress Goorls
Sifts Satins and Velvets
Cloals and Wraps of all kiDils.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits Long Pants.
Overcoats Etc. Etc.
"WOLF &c JLJ-L
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED DYsSTEAM THROUGHOUT.
Evory Wodnoaday and Saturday Evenings and n Bpoclnl Froo
Concort Evory Sunday from 4 to 1 I p. m.
First-Class Bar-Room Restaurant and Billiard-Room Attached.
VHOMPT AND 1'OI.ITK ATTENTION OUAItANTEED.
Alamo Street - - - - - - San Antonio Texas.
ON Till: FOI.I.OWINd noons
FOR ONE WEEK
KM) Ipi;h Honing
100 KejfH ItiiHsian Sardines " COo
'Si ICpgn Spiced Herrings " 1.40
1!." IvogH Imported Herring' 1.95
2." ICcgs till .MilclttT "
L'."i Kits Jfo. 1 Mackerel "
25 Kits 'o. 2 Mackerel "
Kits Xo. Jl Mtickend "
5 1-2 bids. Xo. 1 Mackerel "
5 1-2 bills. o. 2 Mackerel '
10 Kits No I Salmon "
10 Kits 'o. 1 Whito I'isli "
it) 1-2 bbls. 'ovv Kmitt "
!i 10-g:d Kegs Kin tit "
Also Special Prices on
rids' rinrr ix hauhels
oy TIIKSK C.OODS 1IK
Bound to be Sold.
200 Commerce Street.
and Shelf-Worn Out-of-
New and Desirable
Jerseys for Ladies Misses Children.
Silt Lisle Thread & Cotton Hosiery.
Kid Gloves '.HandnercMefs Fans.
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