San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 346, Ed. 1, Monday, December 20, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
paint Tour Boom.
j having roar rooft painted wall they wn
HtlhiHllnnu kug and slop op an the
Sews and smaU holes thereby preventing
leak during Ibe storm anil rains of the com
lilt winter months. Orders left with mo t
the comer of Annie K and Houston street
will be promptly and satisfactorily dona AIM
all kinds of house Stan and carriage painting
u nuuiavik j
Mr. U Dtetael. Ion and faieieMrl
ooa of fan Amoalo's eurreisteej.
llroel to Ho. m notitk AHmmnA afM
bit customers and Ik pubHe l iuii a Mr. Mp
all klndt of bread oases. an MnMJ
kia line. Mr. Die-sel by bit utilities aUrta
baa built up a (a kutiMM aad "'. J
patronage ot the. pubuo.
Volume VI. Number 346.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. MONDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1888.
Only $5 a Year
Obronlo grumblers alweyi llnd time! Dad They fall to
ee IBM the fault lei with themtelvet Think buil-
CNI It not latlifactory becauta Ibe world goei
wrong Take thing! at you find I htm Swim
rttber with than igalnit tba tide-Warm
weather hat caused a decline In
HEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS AND SUITS
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
Blankets and Comforters !
AUatexceedinffijrlow prices which hti
made our Orra renowned. In our Shoe
Department we earrjr at all timet doublu
tbe auortsieatof any boui In
Ladies' Hisses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our Itock It all made to order from the
beat telrcti d material. We bave no poor
unfitting rood. I'riocs weiranled tbe
low.it la tbe citjr.
10SKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS! FINE STYLES!
Inquire for Prices 1
WOLFF & MARX
Coi. Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President - Otto Koohler Sec. and Mnnagot
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
h. W0hf SON
Gigantic Stock in
SPECIAL mEHTIOK CALLED TO
Merchants advertise in various
ways such as "Selling Out at
Cost'' "Damaged Goods" etc. try-
lug to gall the pnblio that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous public by ofl'eriuga
lower giade of goods which are
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improve the
quality and make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth in each purchase. In fol-
lowing ont this course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each yearand know
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment of
the Kind in
SwT"Daring. the Season 1 will oiler extra Inducement! In all departmental
N. W. Corner Main Plaza.
THE GEMS DEPARTMENT
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
From all Parte of the Olobe Con-
denaed and Boiled Down.
Morrlton'a bill It laid out horizontal.
at well at Hi author.
Dannlnirlon A Co.. of Wichita Fall).
fall for $11. (XX).
Dor. Ireland bat pardoned 230 con.
vlctt In tbe ltt two yean.
Hoile'a succeiior bat entered noon
hit dullet at St. Louis.
Tbe namet of tbe Humboldt nark
(Chicago) duelists cannot bo aicertalned.
Over 100.000 emigrant! went to the
Argentine republlo tblt year.
Langtrv baa olearcd $3.1.000 In ten
weekt In New Vork.
Parlt will toon have a national bank.
YY. J. McDonald or Clarktvllle It tbe
man who will ttatt It.
Georgia It aollil on temperance and
tbe compoundi aecretly luld for whliky
are molt vlllainout uiu deadly.
Waco oommlttee coming to thla cllv
next Wednesday to cootuit concerning
tbat Aran-ai Pun extenilon.
Conlon it Co.. ililn broken and mer
chant! of Ulnsgow bave failed. Their
llatillltlet are emulated at 1UUUU0.
Congreiiman Dunn'l tree shlDDlng
bill Is severely orltlolted and strongly
Thedemooraov are on a Hill hunt for
a quiet resting place for llorliontal Wil-
liam after next Mareb.
Indiana claims two malorltv on lolnt
ballot and will try for that at all
The Rit'ilan mlnttler at Washington la
allowed $0U0 by bit government for
Roll. Tli.ver W ami. of Kantat
City ko under Tor fOO.UjO wlilcn may
Kentucky boriemen are arranging for
a mile and a quarter race In 1839. for a
A blir Engllih oomnanv haa been
formed to colonize the landt In tbe
nortbwett region of Canada.
Armour It organizing a powerful lob
by agaluit tbe'oleoinargerioeipeulal tax
Texai delegation In oongrest voted to
rontlilrr the tarltl quettlon tblt teuton.
vote j-fto ior lot against.
Lord Cranbrook bat made ft ncrmanent
reduction of 30 per cent upon bit Kent
oounty England tarmi.
A Richmond Va.. woman It under ar
ret! for murdering her child by burying
The Panama canal will be onened In
lf89 aotayt Lessens. If locks can be
An abundant now of water baa been
atriick at Morgan 00U feet below tbe
turiace. i tie water la very pure at well
The "center" In the Reichstag will
vote to Inoreaae tbe (Jerman army be-
lieving a war Inevitable In the ensuing
The police of Loughrea. will be tro-
ceeded agalmt by Ulllon for recovery of
money and document! teized on Itit
A little waif wbo knowt no name but
tbat of maiuma'a boy wat taved from
the tteamer rVhlte lately burned near
Ibe Spanish government nroDotei to
eitabll.b commercial bureaut In Lon-
don Peril New York Mexico and
Judire Treat'a court. Ht. T.nnli. la Inn
busy with election fraud maitera to look
alter tbe Wabash injunction and receiv-
erthlp. F. J. Htrrlion & Co. bankera of Long-
view fall. Assets will probably cover
Indebtedness. Tula It not a bank of
Uiue. Uaa done builneta tlnce 1871.
The committee of tbe contolldated cat
tle growers' aitoclailon will prepare a
pleuro-pneumonla bill which will be
submitted to congreta by Muler In tbe
tenate and Carey In the houte.
A Dowerfullv lobbv of the large oar.
rlera wbo have been doing buitnei by
puui aim ui targe anippera naving
tpeclal ratet.lt being formed to defeat
Tbe rent of tbe Forberrr eatatea.
county Kerry Ireland bave all been
taaen upanu tiepoilleu wltn truiteet
tbe agentt of tbe eelatet being perfectly
Ignorant of tbe transaction.
A drunken actor a prominent atar
ave a performance not down on tbe
ilia at the roval Vienna theatre. After
booting like an Indian and kitting lev-
eral aotreiiet be wat buttled olTthe
ttage and dltmliied.
Kob Lowrv. ton of MlfilulDnl'a gov
ernor and a Penntylvanlan named
Landeback bad a row in a private box
of tbe Loulivllle Maionlo theater and
Lianueuaca lanuea on nil uauK.
The colored Industrial achool In Till.
kegee Ala. opened Uveyeartalnoewltb
one teacher and thirty atudentt bat
twenty teacbert and lit atudentt. A
taw mill and brick yard It run In con-
nection with It.
Tbe czar'a brother now In Frankfort-
on-the-Maln. Imulied a ladr on the
ttreet. Mbe took refuge In a butcher
bop and appealed for protection. The
knight ot the oleaver kicked bit royal
uijcuue.. iniu me aireei.
Tbe arnultllng of moonllshtera In
county Kerry la becoming a regular
ucuurreuce. lyonvicuooa are impoaaiDie
and ibe verdlcli are received with
Heavy mow ttormt are reported In
era and tmacki It being warbed a.bore.
liDrins a aevera aiorm at aiarin. i
churcU wai unroofed and five pertont
The Madrid police lurprlied at work a
gang of forgert. A Cetperate coi fllct
uo revoivera iook place tome of tbe
forgert were wounded anil three were
arretted llie uolloo ircured counter.
fell machinery materlala and notet to
me amount or $1700
Tbe London Tim
ernment In cautlns the am it
and other trutieea at Lougbret ttruck a
poweriui oiow at ine project or organ'
lzd etnbezzlrment. Dillon tbould nol
bave been admitted to ball.
The legislative council of tbe colony
of Natal Sonth Africa bae. by a large
majority adopted a motion tbat Sir Ar-
thur Havelouk. tbe uovernor of Natal.
bat forfeited the conddenoe of tbe colo
ny anu prayt tne queen to appoint an
other governor in hit plaoe.
Mr. J. H. Murray Dead.
Mr. J. II. Murray father-in-law of
i;ouniy uouecior uimiey wno bat been
terlou.ly III for a long time died on
Saturday night at the realdeaon of hit
ton-ln-law on Acequia tlreet and wat
burrled yeiterday afternoon a large
number of frlendt following tbe remain!
oi tne ueoeatea to tne grave.
BouTllBRN tloTtu N Cuna Camp Seeker
Rdwarda o.iunlrl 'I U txnar. El HiKJI l'do
Uuna. EmIo Cam I. Hal-ell. WO Darrell
Lli.oului r Wrlaand Larriloi M 0 Vl. Jr.
Cinptxlltom L W llumatb. New York: r U
Bklilinure. HeeTlllel J Addluatnn J N sua' cr
l.ul nn I T lnr.hra. curpui thrlilll T f
llunKn U cloi wual.rr rortWortbiOO
lletbrlanil ladr Eagle l'.lll JKHeolt wile
and child ranch! J 11 Lents. Now ilrauntelli
A M Walkr. Ilunnewell Kabiaii J Jamea
tlonxalit J Itt'arter U lriinrd. liouiluu A
tl llehaten. U M Krancll Urxarl LM N.ranjo
Mauin Hilar. Jr. Kek.DouHnrine.lUK
Smith fan Anireloi James Oreoiiwiod. Me-
KUI'M Dr J O Deaton HlubuiOQd. Va:C K Lane
rlalohla: Jna paraoni ll A vv UMlinr New
Urlvaii.: S E Utler llouitnnl Ham A Alex.n-
II LOo.llnir. NewVorklOW ilrckhain. Ken-
tuc.n J n ll-le Jr.U V(luentherL1trt Win
11 PMurln. Clnelmiatli Uen 1 flllman. I'ar.alll
Cbai K Sillier Unum.nllel r' U ll.ilp Lblca-
Kin ii urnnian.ua unnoi vi u ui.e Louis-
ville Kjri Paul Heme. Ituardo Wormier ltio
Grande cllri II U Wickrl Auitln.
utrr everrbodv h.l deoldtd tbat Dr. Uui
Cnuth Syrup I. tbe belt remedy for nibfbl
Prloe only "a cenl l.
Salvation 1)11 I. the ereateit naln deatrorer
of any aae or clime. Kor the cure ot neuralgia
and iheumall.m It ha. no equal. 1'rloeoiJjr X!
limed by tbe county clerk tlnce latt re-
aticoaei oicuary anu ciara A. lan-
Kd. I'erklnt and Martha Brooki. col
Juitlce Barnra continued two civil
cniea tblt morning Alllnger vt. A. Kabn
I o anil I uarza vt. 1. Slanncke.
1 wo or tne negro women wbo mane
the alTldavlta airalnat the toldlert before
Juitlce B.rnet. came before him again
tint morning to make tome amu.vlti
egalntt tome one lor Ibeft but tbe lus-
reruieu to receive inem. telling
hem to go before the grand lurv.
Tnete women on going beforetbe urand
Jury agalmt the tuldlert refilled to tee
ny aa tliey did before tne Juitlce. ben
their word It ot very little weight with
Popular Home Comforta.
Nothing can to nleaie the eve tbat
tudlet taste In its varlout department!
at lo lee well lurnltbed hornet. Tbe de-
coration! need not alwati be extrava
gant! rich to Iniure borne comfort In
fact it ll alinotl beyond comprebenilon
how completely a bouie or office can
now be fitted up for a tmail amount of
money. In tbe furniture and carpet de-
partment ot tbat live lagaaloua mer
chant L. Wolfton unututl activity bat
oeen notioeu lor teverat uavt. it re
sulted from tbe arrival of several car
loadi of teleot furniture embracing all
ne nneit noveuiei tor unrutmat. new
Y'earaand wedding nreientt: also ele
gant carpets borders mattlngi our-
taint curtain poiea etc in fact you
will find everything from the tmalleit
kitchen article up to tbe parlor ai d
chamber tulti plain and marble good.
rugs malt Ilneoleumi chromot racks
eto. Nor bave the little folk! been for
gotten by Mr. Woirion and It maket
their beartt leap with Joy lo tee thote
bandaome doll bugglet houte tell and
tbe varlout design! to make their hannv
day! moro happy Hill. Mr. Wolfton
wiitiy hicks to nit out plan or marking
ii ineie new goooi at ine loweii Dou ¬
ble margin and thli account! for tbe
buiy scenes In bit furniture and carpet
Officer lleltgen arrested a man who gave
I. name aa Jnhn QUiaon l.t Hatunlur
night in Jesusa Esplnoaa's saloon.tn cumpntiy
arrested ai bu.pIoIous char-
said he h.d met him lu Mexloo nvo year ago
had committed same
urlme In Austin for whlvh bo bad lo flee tbe
uiuulcated wlih to i
charge against him.
Mra. Braokenridae Dead.
Mri. Itabella Brackenrldge the aged
mother of Col. O. VY. Brackenrldge dltd
Intblacllyon riaturday nlgbt at 11 p.
in. and the entire family both In i)an
Antonio and Aumn are oowea down
with grief at their lota. Tbe Flrtt Na-
tional bank wat doted today In retpect
to her memory and Ibe remain! were
hipped to dnaTexaanear Texarkana
tor ouriai toe apeciai car proviueu lor
Ibemon the International road being
heavily draped sn mourning.
The death was entirely unexpected
for at noon Mrs. Brackenrldge wai feel
ing better than ibe had done for a long
lime but tbl! waa only tbe laat flicker of
an expiring etnuie.
Information of tbe tad event was tele-
graphrd to Colonel O. W. Brackenrldge.
wno it travelling to new iora anu to
the oiuer cniiuren. i nut rar no re
h'a been received from Colonel U
rackenrldge. ar.d It It feared tbat be
bat not received Ibe menage.
Mrt. Brackenrldge leave! tlx children
Colonel O. VY. Brackenrldge of Ihltclty
and Major J. T. Mr. Jamei and Dr. K
J Brackenrldge. of Austin. Mill Kllen
uracaenritige ana un. uattnewi. to
mourn tbe loat of an affeotlonate mother
and a true cbrutlan.
The following builnest wai dliooted
of tblt morning:
JStecuiora or John jamei. deceaied.
vt. Jaoob Frill et ai lull on note and to
foreclose lien untamed by plaintiff.
E. D.L. Wloki vt. VYm. Mueller et ai
uu on note anu to rorecioae lien judg-
ment by default.
VY. O. Smith vi. W. C. Irwin obaoge
or venue rrom La eiut county juog
V. F. T. Davlton vi. VV. A. Lockbart
trespui to try title let for January 7lh
K.' Doaeh. administrator ti. Angmt
Nette treiptai to try title and to cancel
deed tet for Janury 7lb 1887.
A new tult entered on the docket It
tyled John Henry Turner vs. Julia
i urner tor utvoroe.
The Terrell ranch on tbe Pletianton
road. It betleced by a crowd of per-
torn who lay that there Ii (6000 of
buried treasure mealed there that was
hidden by a Confederate paymaster
and that they are determined to rind It.
They camp out and sleep In tbe daytime
anu bi iiigut ioej invaue toe ranou Wltn
compute! ana other tblngt. and
tpend the night In a vain bunt for tba
mining money. Last nlgbt one of Dr.
Terrell i herden wai thot at In an at-
tempt to ketp tome of the ging from
trespassing. Tbe doctor hain't much
faith In the ttory it be offers to take
1800 for his share In the ranch but
trange toiay be find do taken among
ine treaaure seeaeia.
TUB ARANSAS PA83 ROAD.
now It la Working for Succeaa on Its
Owing to the opening of the Han An
tonio and Ar.niaa rati depot at Corpui
Chrlttl. he Morgan line bave found It
unprofitable and unnecessary to run the
"Araniaa" tlrainihlp tbat plied between
that t ort aud Oalvriton. Thli Heainer
did a big biHnesi at It wat tbe only
real outlet for Mexican trade from tb at
point and that trade mult now be run
over the Araniai Past road lo Ban An-
tonio and tbrnce distributed.
It It expected that the Han Antonio
and Aransas Pass road will reaob Cuero
rn February 1. In the meantime a
heavy butlneit Ii being done on the
road from Kenedy to Yorktown both In
passenger and freight traffic
The cattle thlpiuenlt over the main
line are remarkably good Increasing
and very enoour.g ng to tbe d I rem ore.
Work on tbe noribwrtiern extension
ll progrrnlng rapid and It being pushed
AN OFFICIAL BLUNDER.
Such Seema to be tbe Outlook of the
There ll considerable comment In the
city at tbe action of tbe post-office In-
spectors for their persecution of Mr. Max
samueli and bit partner Mlobael be-
cause they Innocently received a poital
note oruer tor ai-eu. ine prosecution
doei not ire u to be warranted. Inasmuch
as ibe postal note wai taken
In bona ridel wai made pay-
able to bearer and therefore a negotia-
ble document and no attempt waa made
at concealment. Indeed hen the poital
note wai irac d at "ptld" It wat
maedlately aeen by tbe signature that
It had been paid to ibe Faihlon theatre.
All Ihete points rebut tbe supposition
Ibat there wat anything wrong In the
action ol tbe accuted and no one will
believe tbat inch business men would be
roull.h e.iougb In lake tbe risk ot dam-
aging their reputation for the paltry
sum oft I. SO. The whole afftlr hailhe
appearance of being an ofllotal blunder.
Death of Mra. Armstrong.
Yesterdav Mra Jrflla Armstrong nee
Miss Jetile Wallaoe. the )oung and
amiable wife of Mr. George Armstrong
a competitor working at Ibe Kiprtss
office dlni at ber residence on the
corner of Fourth ttreet and Avenue D
fioui coiuumptlon. The funeral will
take place at 4 o'clock thli afierncon
from tbe lale retldenoe of the deceased.
Mr. Armitrong'a many friends arnica-
Ize with him In thli sad bereavement .
and tbe Light offers Its hearty condo-
lence. Something New.
A new opening took place at Wolfion't
and bai attracted an Immenie attend-
ance of tbe ladlet and falnex In general.
It being agrand display of beautifully
ornamented and embroidered dressing
roues in all tne varlout tlylei colors anu
patterns Imaginable: betldet Ibe beaulr
of general get-up. Hue nril-clatt manu-
lacturu ana ine very nest quality ot ma-
terial throughout these robes reoom-
menu inem.eivea ror tneir CDeapneas in
price. Mr. Wolfson It In thli case as al-
ways far ahead 111 tbe way of display
and price of line goods.
L.dlet will do well to notice thli an-
nouncement at the it ilk it not large.
and W'll Judging from tbe ruib toon be
Abbott la Surely Coming.
There was conilderrble exciiement In
this olty thli morning when It became
Known inai ine international train upon
which tbe Abbolt company were to
travel due bere at 10 o'clock wai from
nine to ten bour lale and grave doubts
were expressed tbat tbecoinpany would
not arrive here In lime to play lonighl
A telegram received Irom tbe manager
showt tbat tbe company will come on
by a special train and will arrive bere
In go-.d time for tbe opening.
Apartments for ' Emma Abbott" and
ber husband and manager Mr. Wether-
ell bave been secured at tbe Menger
Mlmlo Fox Hunting.
Another eoueitrlan "paper chase."
known ai the "fox and boundi." look
place Saturday afternoon on Govern
ment uiu Liieutenani itumoougn acting
In tbe role of "Reynard" and followed
by lome thirty ladlet and gentlemen
representing "boundi" under Lieuten-
ant Woodburv. A large crowd of Inter
eited ipecla'ori watohed the event.
Aiier an exciting run uiu itrrii or ni.
Looli nleoe of Major Mueblenberg
cleverly won the brush leading tbe
other ladles and Elmer Otli wai ahead
of the gentlemen rlderi.
Deo. 18 Hannah Naib. age 32 yean.
consumption Dr. Uerff.
Dec 19 A. A. Alexander age 28
yean bllloui fever. Dr. Barnltz.
Lieu. i nargarua uaaena o uaya
cholera Infantum Dr. Rodriguez
Dec. 18 Luoaa de Luna age 6S yean
tabei mrtentrlca. Dr. Rodriguez.
ueo. lj o. at. Norton age t yean
tuberculosis. Dr. A. Gravel.
Dec. M-Harab I. Uumbacb. age 61
yean oiu age no pnysician.
Star council of tbe No. 232 American
Legion of Honor met in ibelr ball on
aaiurnay evening anu eieotea tne lot
lowing; new officers:
u-.uiuianuer-L.. a. lieu.
Vloe-Couimander J. E. Smltz.
Secretary Oeorge ft. Daiblell.
Collector J. S. Ramsay.
Trenurer F. N. T. Newton.
Orator-W. C. Rote.
Warden Aransai Preicott.
Hentry Newt. M. Smith.
Truiteet Jacob Waelder C. C. Cret-
ton and W. B. Hmltn.
No w hi Tour Time Oenta.
Holiday leaion aftordt you a chance
for a Utile recreation and plraiure at
well at making calli congratulating
menus eic uy an meant luppty your-
elf with a new tult. overcoat bat.iooel
glovet grnt'i furnlihlng goodt etc
from Woifaon'i great While Elephant
clothing itore. He hss completely
tudied your want! and has tbe most
tuperb retail atock In Texai to leleot
from. He can alto fit you out bandtome-
It In trunki valises tlrsps rubber
good! and everything pertaining to a
nnt-rlait house. He makes thli depart-
ment a specially and by carefully watch-
ing all marketa and having bit goods
marie lo order he can guarantee quality
workmanship style and fit. Old and
yuuiia are all aujaii ail kim.o iu
condition! can be lulted at muub better
prlcei than elsewhere. Mr. woirion al
wan wanta to make a permanent custo
mer of all wbo call and oronoaei to of
fer tome rare bargain! during holiday
leaion. ue lure to inveiugaie id great
inuuecmeute ne ouen.
THIS CHANCE I
Unheard of Prices in Dry Goadi-We are MtmM to Make Otr
Prices So Low Tbat Everybody Cu Biy.
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
;Ves;noaka all kinds St tn a Men's Suits onlr left for SS
fS I'JI Wyl'oans. now styles J Kl Hoys' Sulla eery very ekeaa only.... S 9
llMWr.pt. different kinds all new KlneOenta Casa meiweultsTonlr......
stfles s m to SU 00 Splenaia Men'i itverooeia oaly.. IN
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
1?. AMorlmcntonly 19 to Ladles' Kid Button Boots SI S
'""' ";'" 1 10 Very Fine ld Uu-tnn BooU S 9
er Stylish Ones I U MIshs' Good Quality Button Boots... S
ChUdrea'a Cloak in Ladles' Ileal Hand-Sewed Uutsoa ill
Ingrain Carpets new line. . Xo. a yard 1M While Woolen Blanket! S4 M '
Miiperrarpoi. briaht patterns..Wa a yard 11-4 P na Quality Ulankets IS
All Wool uper Esira Tto ayard 14 rin California Blanetl..i.'. !'
Urussels Carpels only lie. a yard Quilts froal 11 Mle i M .
Dry Goods. Underwear.
AtlOo.per jard .... WortkMe. Ladles' Rntt Vests Saat
eorzso. porjar.1. Handsome.. ..Worth 600. Children's Knit Vesta ....Ha.
lor .5a per yard All-Wool Uoods Oent.' Knit Shirts ... . ....as
sold everywhere at $1 00 Uents raoey Hulls 1 1
II1S & OPPBHHEIHEB
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1000 pounds Fancy Candy at 15c a lb.
100 I -4 pound boxes Raisins.
Evaporated Apricots Peaches Plums.
Dried Cherries and Blackberries.
California White Figs and Nuts of all-kinds.
Large assortment of Fireworks.
la Fact We can Fill Mr Bill for
Corner Military Plaza anil Trerao Street.
Nothing Ii more appropriate or mora highly appreciated for
Holiday Preienti tbin article! of Jewelry. You will Bod at my
tore an endleii variety or rich Jewell ranging In prices to salt
all. If buyen will call at my itore and lelidnly larvey tke
grand dliplay orDlamondt Jewelry and Silverware they will Set)
for tbemielvei that It Ii much better w purchase of our flne.'lrat.
class goods at the remarkably low prlcei we will atk for t beet
than It Ii to buy from those wbo ofler goodt bought lo Job lot!
from eastern auction houiei. Buyer! of inch ertlelai Hod out
when It Ii too lite tbat tbey have been told aqd that tba bay
paid a blgb price for Inferior and undesirable gooda.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and
Noss 19 and 21 West Commerce Street .
We wish to Inform the pubUo tbat we are now fully prepared - -- i-.i- .
If nff V'J'K mp?rt3 and Uomestlo Wlnea OrandlesTa Ins.Kquors
Ban Antonio Last and having purchaaod the choloett stooa of goods ever broutktte
To the family trade we would say that our Holiday Onods eaaaot be ezeelM aMaaena
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURANT;
SIMklANG Ir HAMPJtL. VTOVtlttanA v "V'
Lunch and Meals 1 Ovster. feahi6imtt
TO CALL AT-
tbe fiolld&ys at Rock BOTTOM PUCES.
OF H0IIDAI GOODS.
Irmortera ol Wins anal
and Cinart ' w
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