San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 13, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 3, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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L.M da QUESNAY JR. & CO.
Cigars and Tobacco
And Plate A tints i.f the
A. DELP1T Factory Now Orleans
Will Receive In a Tew days
ajfull LINE OF GOODS
and INVITE INSPECTION
L.M. do QUESNAY JR. & CO.
At Factory Prices
3 West Commerce.
San Antonio Daily Light
Volume VI. Number 13.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3. 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Wuatvctn.liiiroiitnurstocknr ettrit FINK
IIOSIKIIV.siich in real allk plaint and line
l.l.leThread Hoe. i.wtles wishing to Mfiin
llniiralns lit these jrissls should not fall toenll
as curly as wislblo. Fine open-work llk l.i-..
riMin.T price ll r..r (Ji kt f tlr: liici-
.lilpcd sumo quality fnnier pil.r H..V1 ror
.t.r.i: solid ts.t. rs. sumo iiuidlty former price
Ilmfor Mill: cilm lanjr colored M.lohose
lorincr prlre 'l.lll for HI cents: mil sles for
."si cent.. I'lii" OM.ri-d plated lime sold lit"
mill in r.ir.Vlc. lilt ii pnlr.
.IOHKK llltlll Hl'-ltS.
Geo. H Kalteyor Pro3ldont -
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Emporium of Fashion.
Greatly Reduced Prices on all Goods
The whole Stock Re-markecl.
Bottom Prices on everything for a short time only.
SILKS AND SATINS
In black and CnluitM Plain ami HrocndHl.
.oiialn. HcriiPM.cto. ('tunel Hair ami Wonl Htiii
ami brocaileil. Hflk I'onifuoi Hit 1'laldi. In uvU miiJ ilouMc wMth anl Tilniuiliitf tit mill
nil 1 rest Uo Hit.
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
ot h u mien-old.
taMea ot all.
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
TowFlinir PomcHtlo I'rints fllnliiiiiii Alniicm Comfi-rUr. Cunton rUniuli and HoNleiy
Atuonir ibe otlier lliluira which writ- wiy eMtM-lwIy rim-liaM hy his aircim hi the mon
iiiiuiuvci riwkui wrrMuiKiiwui nil iwivyr bui'ii ill him- ury k"xi House III TuittS
nuon a ifiW'ii to puruiius.iijr
WJW UUIU WVWIMj
The atoukof Clothing- Is the lurjrctt ever
.aie pauerna. rnnoo aiwti. uuiuhbv.
ninlete stock of l.tidica'. Ml
Uoots. A full line of Stetson Suit
Also a full stock of
(IKNTMIMT.V: rT llNlSHINt) MOO! IS.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Ills Furniture Department Is complete with Household Uiwxts nnd he wilt suit everybody
mtbls lino. Among-othor ifouda wo flnd I'lusb Parlor Suits Mohair l'arlor Hults Walnut and
Asb lloilruira Hults. Wur.lrohui Chairs Hotly llrusiels and Ininun Carpets Ituirs Miutinir.
Curtains Window Shades Mo. Country orders tilled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Send for samples.
It Is not the pmositlon TO OIVK TIIKSK I(IU)S A WAV beeuuse Uiey bare cent
money and hence will bo wild only ut greatly reductil rates. In coining imil exsuilnlng tnj
stock and m-lnir prices every onu wilt be com Inciil that I menu Innlnci
A FIRST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES.
HEATED DYoSTEAM THROUGHOUT.
Evory Wodnesday and Saturday Evonlngs and a 8poclal Froo
Concort Every Sunday from 4 to 1 1 p. m.
First-Class Bar-Rooin Restaurant and Billiard-Room Attached
rnoMir andXi'olite attention ouaiiantkkd.
Alamo Street - - - - - - san Antonio Texas.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz s Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
iJEffl&S a" toUH- Kveryil"nK ;md n
Dn. Jones ind Kirk
Dealre to notify the nubllo that on nnd
alter February Ut tbelr olllce lioura
will be at follows: 8 to U a. in. 10 a. m.
tol p.m.; 3 to IS and 7 to 8 p. in. Sun-
day! tl to 11 a. m. only. Olllce 402 Kail
Houston Itrett. Telephone ISO. Dr. J
Jenei' jrealdence 700 Aoequla street tel-
epUone U. Dr. Kirk's residence 231
San Pedro Avenue telephone 75.
Otto Koohlor Sec. nnd Mnnarjor.
CMMmiTf (bin tic n
rim. VihrU ami Vclt
ill) Tricot a lHiK-
tall iimi wii.ur Mlka. ami ho can hIhu uho tht
IMS ANT1 HATS
MstlVUMt 111k X Uj
nrouirlit to Texas and rmtiracct. In the
rruvk and sack hints. A very lariro
il Hoys Hhitcf and
Main Plaza and Acequla Street.
Own YOU. Own UAiia.
'Ibe tirtli series of stock In tbe Mer-
chants and Mechanics Ilulldlnv and
Loan Association Is now epen. Parties
desiring moner to build or purchase on
easy monthly Installments will do well
to call and examine our system.
A. BoNYNaa Heoretary.
Itoom No. 8 Soledad Ulook corner Hous-
ton and Holtdad street. 1-25-tf
TO A F00US.
That's the Way the Dsvrtopmtntt in the
Scott Murder Case are LeK'Inf.
Tbe 1'ally Hcolt Inquest a reminied
this morning and tbe busbnnd Hcutt
was belnK exsuilned as to bis whrrt- ;
abouta on the night of the murder. lie
bas not yet proved an alibi. The Inves- I
ligation of tbe Jury will probablr he
ended to-night and the result uisile !
known. Kereral arresls of negroes have
been made who bare been detained
simply as witnesses with no charges
being laid agalnt them.
Ills believed however that several
of these negroes among them Henry
Washburn I'aul Lennox and .Matilda
Michel and n man .lamed Turner will
remain In Jail after Ibelnquest adjourns
material evldencr being found which the
Jury sees tit to warrant In holding them
Washburn when arrested urti a
lr or dirty Jeiitu mma which looked
once bloody nnd probably wmhid.
which he states became so by his hand
getting scratched while working In a
garden lie has been employed on .Mr.
Barnard's premises ndjolnlng the unit
of the murder as was ulso l.oimox who
cared for Mr. Ilarnnrd's horses and whs
man of alt work for Mr. Chandler.
It Is alleged that Lennox was living
with the woman Michel on South Klures
street aid was also paying attention to
l'atly Scott which were reciprocated by
her. Michel was on very bad Irrinn
with l'atly because of this nnd threat-
ened to do mlcchlef to both Lennox and
her If he did not crate. She went lo
Tatty Scott'a room a inonlh ngn and h id
a quarrel with her and rnli.nl such a
row that Mrs. Cbnndler ordered her nil
Washburn It Is alleged knows a good
deal more than ho would like to I. 1 and
the evidence of the entire cloud of m It-
house all maintain tbey nere In bed and
asleep by 0:30 o'clock Krldayeenliigaiid
did not stir until next morning Michel
said she slept soundly all night and did
not awaken nnd Lennox and Torna
swore positively that she nwoku during
the night very sick with heart disease
roused them nnd while one benled n
flat-iron tnU applied it to her side the
other rubbed ber vigorously with Span-
ish oil until she was relieved. An old
negro woman living next door swore to
bearing a man go out ths front door and
through tht gate during tbe night and
this contradicts the statements of the
others also they claiming no one left the
bouse during the night.
A Cabinet Forecast.
London February 2. Gladstono has
drafted the cabinet but several of the
gentlemen he has named are not pleased
with tbe positions nsslgned them and it
Is therefore probable that uiodlllcatlons
will be made delaying tbe publication
of the olllclal list. '1 he Press Associa-
tion gives the following ns tbe latest
forecast of the new cabinet: Air. Glad-
stone ilrst Lord of the Treasury and
Chancellor of tbe Kxcbequer: Sir Win.
Vernon Hnrcourt.llome Seoretary; Karl
Uranvllle Lord President of the (.'ouncllj
iir. ii. v.ii. niiuretaecreiaryoi war.
Tbe remainder are liable to alteration
but they will probably be as follows:
Mr. Trevelyn President or the Hoard of
Trade; Mr. A. J. Mendell; President or
the local Government Hoard; Karl Spen-
oer Secretary or 1'orelgn AUalrs; Karl
Itosenberry Seoretary fur the Colonies;
Karl Klmberly Secretary for India; W.
It. Chamberlain First Loril Admiral;
Mr. Morley Chief Secretary for Ireland.
It Is understood that the Queen objects
to Morley because he Is pledged to home
IlKiuix.FebruaryU. The ToUsli policy
of 1'rlnct lHsmaroka nnnounced In the
tag hat produced a general excitement
throughout Germany and Austria. The
Immense Lubrlenskl estate containing
112400 hectares (or about 2U0.0HO acres)
one of tbe largest estates In Prussia Is
oliered forsnle next April as a result of
the expulsion of the Poles. The Inhab-
itants or the estate ror many years have
been mainly Poles and the edict or ex-
pulsion by rorclbly removing I lie te n-
antry deprives the estate ot Its revenues.
llitKChKMiiiinK Col. February 2. Yes-
terday while a parly of men were
clearing snow from the track or the
Denver aod Soulh Park railroad six
miles above 'Frisco a snow slide MX) reel
wide and 25 reel deep came down tbe
mountain sweeping away the truck.
John McWilllatns and two shovelers
wtre hurried tinder 100 feet or snow nnd
rooks at the bottom or the mountain.
Their bodies have not vet been recov-
ered. Protection .Wanted.
Loxuo.Y Fahruary 2. At a reprcseu-
tatlve meeting or the Associated Cham-
bers or Agriculture held In London to-
day speeches were made strongly fav-
oring protective duties on corn sugar
and foreign manufactures. The meeting
was adjourned pendlng'announceinent
of the result ol tbe labors or tbe royal
commission on trade depression.
Fori Smith Ark. February 2. It be-
gaa snowing here about 0:30 last night
and still continues the snow belngnbout
five Inches on a level and 15 to 20 Inches
In driris It Is the heaviest snow ever
seen here say the oldest Inhabitants and
It Is still coming down. No trains are
out to-day and no mall came In It is
Impossible to transfer at Van Iluren.
He ported iixpri'Hsly ror the Liomt. Ii) H H.
Flnj.l A Co.. SI Sole.lii.l Htni ti
New YdliK Kilimilry 3. Piilliui -Hunts
uulit: inl.ldiiinr. v a-iuoi ...I. in Imi... V...
turfs tiarely gtiwljr; nli. bHmi ll(. p.H
ruary ll.W(SIIi March U.UftlUJ: April Dill
iCUil; May 'J-.31ny.:t:; jiW u.lluin:; inly
October-No einlmr V.lijIM.I. ' '' '
Naw Yoiik. February a.-8ik Maikct-
NorthweHcrii !' j Illanio anil I.ikIu.
wanna tflvt ft. I'aul. I'n.
t.ivaarom Kehruary :i. Coltnn' KihiIs.
ralr IiuhIiicm; iniilillliiKti M: Orlnain. ftiUt
kalr. I0ll iMloai reit'liits Tiei lialon. f'i.
lures en.y: tVhniarj-Marcli J1J( Harrli-
April 4JS April-May iltl.
CniCAOii February a. Wheat steady. May
May' ll n.. Lanl lead' May.
Every first-class dealer sells Opera
Pulls olgaretfea. Avoid Inlurlous Imi
City or .Mrxicn February 2. Tbe re-
ports from the mineral region or Paolni-
la In the State t Hidalgo are that sev-
eral thousand silver miners nre out or
work owing to tbe action or the com-
panies In slopping operations by way cf
reply to Hie State Government which
revises to repeal the export lax or 12 per
cent on silver. Tbe money market at
Vera Crur. Is easy nnd tbe business situ-
ation Is Improving.
American Minister Jackson Is travel-
ing In the State of Vera Cruz accom-
panied by his ramlly and a number or
The action or the Government In ap-
pointing olllclnls to carry Into execution
the arrangements or the foreign debt
meets with cordial approval in diplo-
matic nnd llnanclal circles where It Is
believed that It will result In the resto-
ratlen of the nntlonal credit nbroad and
lead to n complete revival of business.
I he Government Is giving attention to
tuestlons affecting the right to bold real
estate by foreigners In the 20-league
rone on the northern border. A very
liberal decision Is expected.
I.humh Ky. February 2. A senia-
llonal nnd perhaps fatal enrounter oc-
curred here jesterdny afternoon between
.lodge )'. A. Ilurton Deputy Collector or
Internal lievcnue for the Fifth Division
of the Flflh District or Kentucky and
Samuel Averllt a leading lawyer or Le-
banon. 1 tot Ii men are directors In (lie
bank and have not been on goad terms
Tor souk time. At a meeting or the
bank dir. ctors. Judge Hurton and Aver-
llt .iueUoned each other sharply about
niinK matters anil avciii tinnity called
the Judge iillnr. That gentlemau quick
ly seized n notary's seat anu nurttu it
with great force against the lawyer's
head. The latter was temporarily
stunned nut recovered himself In a mo-
ment and rushing upon Judge Iturton
with i pen knife cut bis throat from ear
to enr inflicting n wound nhlch II not
fill id Is necessarily dangerous. Judge
tiirion was remnvcu to ins Home la I lie
country nnd Avcrltt vas taken care ot
lu ton ii.
Gam miox February 2. There are no
new developments In the Mallory boy-
cott. The cargo of the Lampasas Is
being handled by the Knights Just ns
though there was no boycott l'hls Is
explained by the statement that tht
Lampasas left 'New York prior to tht
boycott being declared and the Knights
think that In order to show their good
faith toward the publltthe cargo should
be handled but nil-goods consigned af-
ter the boycott Is tiromulirated will be
left untouched. The local assembly of
nuiguis ueiu n very largely attenueu
meeting to-nlirht and It Is thought tliev
have determined upon some active meas-
ures against the Mallory line. The com-
mittees to visit merchanta were appoin-
ted at to-nlght'a meeting and will begin
Thanks to Cleveland.
I1oito February 2. The Sumner In
dependent National League convened
Inst night over 10M) colored peopl from
the vnrious Stntes In the union being
present. It wna voted that an address
be presented to President Cleveland ex-
pensing congratulation and appreciation
or his resolute Just and patriotlo policy;
also expressing the belief tbat Ills ad-
ministration will advance still more In
properly acknowledging the colored peo-
ple as n people to be lecognlzed and res-
pected part of the body politic. The
meeting resolved to ask I lie administra-
tion at Washington to appoint three
worthy and capable colored persons to
prominent positions or honor and trust
in the north.
Ciiicaiio February 2. The mercury
dropped below zero here again last
night the signal service reporting a
minimum of four degrees below though
private observation makes It from 10 to
12 degrees below zero. The weather Is
reported as very cold throughout Min-
nesota Dakota and Manitoba the mer-
cury dropping to .10 below at St. Paul
and43bslnw at Mlnnedosa on the Can-adlan-l'aclflo
Hallway. Tbe tempera-
ture throughout Iowa Is reported 15 to
17 degrees below.
Cincinnati February 2. The Law and
Order League to day presented to Gov-
ernor Foraker v bo is In the city nrtlcles
of Impeachment against the I'ollce Com-
missioners for his action under the
statuto In such cases charging tbetu
with wilful misconduct In olllce by re-
fusing to enforce the law relating to
theatrical performances on Sunday The
refusal was In the form or n note declin-
ing tnacccde tollie rei)"eft of this leagua
to atop Sunday theatricals.
Dkiuoit February 2. A notable gath-
ering of ltepubllcan politicians Is prom-
ised In the banquet ol the Michigan Club
to be held In this city on the 22nd of this
month. Among those from outside tbls
State who have been Invited and signi-
fied their willingness to be present art
Senators Kvarts Logan and Sherman
Governor Foraker or Ohio and Con-
gressmen Frye Illscock McKinley and
The Railway Wins.
I'irTsm iui February 2. The order or
Ibe Pennsylvania Ilallroad Company In
regard to the Employes Itellef Associa-
tion weat lato ellect yesterday and a
large autuber of employes on the Pitts-
burg Division sent In their conient. Su-
perlntendeat Pltcalrn said he bad re-
ceived 10OU applications nnd knew of as
many more making 75 per cent or the
lorce who Intended to become members.
Qrand Army Encampment.
Wmiixcitox February 2. Commsn-
der In Chlcr Uurdette or the Grand
Array or Ibe Hepubllo telegraphed this
evening to Commander It. II Warlleld
ot San Francisco that the national en-
campment or the Orand Army or the
Hepubllo will bo held In San Francisco
on Tuesday August 3 l&SI.
Tho annual election tor Directors or
the International Hulldtngand Loan As-
sociation will bo held on Monday Feb-
ruary 8 at S p. m. nt tbe olllce ol the
Association 221 1-osoya street.
2-l-3t M. Linunkr Secretary.
Mission Hose Company Gallantly to tht
Fire broke out at 0:30 o'clock last
night In a small mattress manufactory
on East Commerce street opposite the
Groos residence nnd which was owned
by Paul Grona Tbe building a wooden
abed was owntd by Mr. Kd Steves Jr.
The lire originated In tht mattress ma-
terial which was very Inflamable and
It spread with such rapidity that the oc-
cupants of the building which was also
being used nsn dwelling barely escaped
with their clothing.
Tho Mission Hose Company leaving
their hose cart nearly a mile away
reached the scene away ahead ot tho
the regular lire companies and did ma-
terial work In keeping the lire under
control and from spreading. Adjoining
property was but slightly Injured. The
building nnd shed of the burned proper-
ty was valued nt fMiO and damages In
adolnlng property about $200 a total or
$1000 which might have aggregated
much more but on tho timely aid or the
A stable two blocks distant belonging
to Mr. Joe Meny caught from the Hy-
ing sparks driven by the high wind but
this Incipient blsze was extinguished by
A regular session ot the School Hoard
was held at the Superintendent's olllce
yesterday afternoon nt 5 o'clock. There
wcro present: Mayor Cnllaghan Alder-
man llambleton Smye and Gallagher
and Superintendent Smith tht Secre-
tary. Absent Alderman llelknap. The Ilrst
business transacted was to divide the
city Into eight school districts ns
mapped out by Assessor Frnscb nnd re-
quires the people In each of these dis-
tricts to attend tbe primary school In
In the district In which he resides.
After some little discussion the salar-
ies or the anltors nt tht new wnrd
schools wero llxcd at the same rate as
those now received by tbe anltors at
the old schools $10 dollars per month
in summer and $20 in winter with furl
and $10 per month ror house rent ad-
ditional. Mr. James Murphy the architect pre-
sented n bill ror $1507 :).' as his 4 per
cent commission on $:!7w;i 80 worth or
new school buildings. In this bill lie
acknowledges tht receipt or $NO0 leav-
ing a balance due according to his state-
ment of $707 .3.1.
Mayor Callaghan stated that the ex-
isting contract with Mr. Murphy was to
the ellect that be should receive $1000
tor his plans and superintendence which
would leave a balance of $200 Instead of
Without discussion tho matter was
postponed until the absent member or
the board could bt present.
An Enttrprist Long Nttded.
Headers or the I.iuiit will be pleased to
learn by reference to another column
tbat an employment agency bas been
established on a regular business basis
under the management of Mr. C. Henry
whose reputation among our business
men Is sufllclent guarantee that lust
what lit advertises will be carried out.
Ifyouareln want of a servant or em-
ployment give tbe Alamo Employment
Agency a trial.
Tbe following cases wre tried and
disposed of In tbe I recorder's Court this
Jacob Frank beating and striking
George Hess insulting language $5
Monlco Oulntero drunk $5.
George Wallace vaerant. dismissed.
i . n. inai urunic anu uisorueriy
C. K. llurke Kd. Murray Frank Mar-
uii u.n . urayson vagrants until
This widely-known and justly-cele
brated wonder worker opens at Turner
Opera House February 4 ror a three
nights engagement and Saturday matt
nee. Speaking or lilt performances the
Galveston News sava; "Pharazrn un
doubtedly Is tbe greatest magician that
u. nver pcriurmeu nera. jus great uur-
mett basket mvtterr and marvelous llah
feat alone are sufllclent to give bint n
world-wide reputation." Kvery mnn
woman nnd child should sen him whit.
here as his performances are scientific
instructive ann wiiite wonaerntl are ex
ceedlngly pleasing and Interesting. He-
served seats at Illsche't.
Tbe following patenta were granted to
citizens ot Texas bearing date Decern
ber 20 18S5 Reported expnttly for this
paper by Louis Bagger A Co methanl-
cal experts nnd solicitors of patents
wasnington D. C.
II. F. Dunn. Eairle I.akn. Cl.vl.
J. J. Finney Junction City buggy-top
H. A.'llughes. Colllnsvllle. ham..
S. L. Suellenberger Tyler device ror
Don't Scold tht Chlldrenl
U you da they will think you have
uy.pepsin as prouaoiy yon uavt. Dys-
pepsia disorders tbe dleestlon anil civ..
people tbe bluet. Dyspepsia promotes
ui.ui.i uieams aim makes people OTCSU'
fill. Dvsneosla destroys dnm.iilp .!.
light and makes heme horrible. Mr. F.
8. Holdcroft or Sturgeon Point Va
savs: "I have been ualnir Rrnwn'. irnn
Hitters ror dyspepsia and It bss helped
Proposition to Coin Cotton Bales.
Tho Confederate Government
issued bonds bnsod on cotton nnd
those liondH wero considered in
ivngiumi very choice currency
Why not just now when cotton if
nitltcr low and sick let tho Gov
ernment llllV 1111 tlin wlinln
cents ii pound nuil issue cotton
iiiuney t ii wotiKi no un extreme v
popular act. Indeed it would lie
so well received from Ohio to tho
unit tlmt the people would ear-
nestly potition tho Government tc
CO On COillillL' COttntl lmlra imlnll
likely. What is fair for cotton
should bo equally fair for tobacco
iiiiu uuiur protiiiciB. I.MOUIIC HCC
Store is crowded everyday with bargain hunters.
Great Clearance Sale.
Tlml l lttl U MMv-m-CllutmirMAItKr.I)
I mw tvl.lii.t to I hf llnrjftlii
Ssl.lri-.s l.-nirllis. n..Hi-l plain ami fancy
sor.li-.ls. Sk- wnrlli ha ami Hh' .HS1 rein-
"."!"'!'. e'V'V' tlH'Cliiilcest ralirles prices
ul In half. Hliut miI.1 Inr Bo -r yanl last
IV m.l for 2.V ele.
limit. I. r I'liu k. in ! nii
Is' hair. lrrll.-..-. nt l-n.l.1 n.n.-l.
Inney lirnldcil .i ss.i IIU.1II I5'1 sn-l
tlVi'i. ooith (II III il.V) tit.ioan.l lui.
Illiiv lilm lillU cln ulars nt S-llii. i.rlh tu
Merlin twill .Mllx-rlHii circulars In l-Uck
Mui wnrtl. Slum.
nilninan silk circulars Tur trlininlnif and
iillll.Hl llnlnir. nt HI .-.I worth SIS -Ml.
Iiiiiileel.illi slinrt wrni Willi Itather trim-
nliiir. al SII .VI. worth l..Mi.
Ih-rlliitH III. hurt wraps Astrakhan trimmed
S fin wort I. Sum.
InKil.lelllUiinaii silk short wrap. Mr Irlm-
lu Inn and ornaments (MM worth H7.50.
lin k Hll-WDol Newmarkets .tlirlit tlltlnir.rull
tnllor lllil.h ut SN.rsiwoitli f Un
. '"a'kseran . Newmarkets rloulilv-brnutnt
tlalit niiliur at fa nu worth tin.
..Ll e I'srls-iiia.le wraps In heavy seal plushes
w Mil .Ilk medallion l..ii aii.l llck silk elcl
irlmmi.l. wlih hand-made irarlillure. The
insMl. will Ik-sold at the same reiliiellou.
-An early call will convince the most skeptical
that the above prices have
fore. No samnles cut duHncr th.Q Qnio
KiiNtsT ItlsciiK ....Lessee and Manaer.
SATURDAY MATINEE I
Tli. llreat and Only
The World's Hcprcscntatlre Prs.tlirltaleuer
llumorlst and eiitrlhsiul.t. with his Ureal
tlirt Carnival assisted ny the accomplished
and irill.-d artiste M'l.l.f: NAltIK I'lAKA-
') h '.'.".Y" ."l'l'.c"r lu herorlalnal l.udin-t
of Cahal stlc Wonders. Also Ma.ler 1IAIIHV
In the latest orhrfnnl marvel
The Great Burmese Basket Mystery.
At each entertainment Prof. Pharazyn'.
ny-Thti leadlnir pn-sents will consist or a-old
and Slli er Watches t'lilim Tea Sets llurrefs of
AIlMISf IONli..r.d Seats 70c with
thm present .nt.lop.sl Oo with two
pr.i.nt envelop.. tlallary 3So with on.
Iir.a.nt uv.lop. Chlldr.nanc.
V. M. 13. A.
Casico Hall Saturday February 201886
Tickets for Kcutlcliieu It.aii Tor ladles M
cents. Not Irunsfimlile. To bo had of Win.
Ilncllliur Jr. Jacob WiIkt It ll Maitlue
II. J Nltnii lleury Xi.li.c.
tie-Two Prl.-a will bo ). fr tln
lady ami venllennlii Ijachiiriteter Imisk;
Will hold Ih.-lr Annual Mask Hull ot their Hall
On Saturday February 27.
Tickets $ I
SUl-l'KIl INCI.UUKU. TICKKTS TO II K
uu FltUH TIIK OOMMITTKE
r.ir inemlNmand their Kuwta stiauaers only
llOWV IMtlCCS nr.- .m.rtcllf.f. fl..ma.tl.tnaT
Muslinrout ot Hosiery.
Piled lilah lu baskets wo eilill.lt a vast ar-
ray of tiniken lots and iltes ladies' tnLsea' and
It (DM ll pairs nvirtel colors and sires
Al 20CworTh li'toto5elC' 4'"' color"'
At 3Rf. " Pairs fancies and solid rotors
ni OUV worth from DOo to 75o.
.. !. 9" daaen ladles' Maco yarn lash.
If 09i loiu.l trench leet.
At audoien ladles' solid colors and
One lut lasllci flnrwirhlto merit) o underwear
or ilrnwiTB ut lie rolucnl from Kc.
imi lot ItvIifV pilr white inrrino umlPf
VPt or itrnwcri nt tfto. worth f l.(u
Miliionliifiintn'.chlWrfii'ii mil I mtMP-'un-tifrrc-tttt
ami drawer all cut ilown In ttie
ai.Iori n R-lmki full flo mitalln iinOvmJtli I
n IdslUV rbciiilixt lcit imiilln at IV:
at r. ' '
A trrtnenilinia Mtr pllo of knit iliawl. felt
klrtn NuMhi fascinator. IkmmIi ctc all at
ft; vach wurtli f MM nml IIJCV.
never been touched be
Missouri State Museum"
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.
Dr. 1). DaiieflO.l tM-ir. In Inrnnn I.I.
friends and patients ot his arrival In San An.
tonlo where ho will bo happy to seo them at
Th. M.ncr llot.l Itoom Mo. II (Iroood
rioor Irom to a. to tut 4 p D
Dally or by SPECIAL Appointment.
IiikDwinsov harini dcvotcl his altcnl Ion
isvlally to the treatment or
Nervous Chronic a Blood Diseases
esneclallv thn.n arl.ln ........
dence Invlles all so suffering to call upon him
wllhout delay. Ills experience for many years
In tho principal French and German Hospitals
Iwluir suniclenl Kuaranleo that all so afflicted
will recelro tho host. thlnle.l nM n.
l'atlents orthoso Ih-liur at a distance arc lu-
lled to wrlto enneern!. I I...I.
All letters will receive Immediate attention.
Itemember tho address: Itoom No. 11
(around floor) Menaer Hotel Ban Antonio
Tcxaa and call at once as the Doctor's slay
JUST I'UIIMSIIED. and will L i.mlll r.
In any address on receipt of one leont .in'
'l'rnctlcal Observations on Kinvmi. n... .
itvanii l'iirsii .11. t'..-.Tw
addi.t an "Essay 011 Marriage" with ImpoHant
chanters on other dl.na.n. .i a
of lectures dellvcrcl at the Missouri State
u.vU.. 01 Aimiomy ny lira. Davleson the
whole formlna- 11 valuable Medical Treatise.
uiiii .nuuiii 00 reau ny all -ouiiir uien
lT Address tilt. n. KAVlESnv
1-iVlin Menircr Hotel. RAN ivkiui
il-lWtJnMH lur h0TO. branded tZtH
horn- briindwlllni.i l.r: (1) Hod Toow and catff
"""d'husi II (with curve above) and mi'.
he a.4a at7ublio aucUou to thSS ."if'
r.'liS. . 1 " "d pound at the hour of II
o cfook a in. oil the 4th day of February is.
n;inr... ou nave a weak Nervous I
Debilitated wire do not scold or tieoonin
iXfPZii&PS 0I her jrlndJovlojFvror!
with MOltLBV'8 TONll) uOMlAt!
the Ureal Bystem llenoriucr and our Cr3
rcrit she win aoou hlws you. For sal hfY. .
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