San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 346, Ed. 1, Monday, December 20, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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MONBAY DECEMBER 20 1886.
And Other News iMmi Picked Around
Town By Our .Reporters.
Happy New Tear
And If ouwaiiltoseliapplnes inoKattne
-Hi i hu. I.. Haiier won a fine $100
organ laffled at Sim Hart'e store Satur-
night on throw Of 48 by II.
A lane number or stnokmen anu
other have arrived jesterday ami xo-
tiny to take In Urn Optra.
A number of wealtny stocaincn u.o
Itemember tbe Alamo.
Iletm-mbrr tbat CbrUlmaa la coin-
it.mmlwr that A. Kahn A Co. are
telling I heir ilry gooda and clothing
Our Maumoth Display OI
TOYS FANCY GOODS AND CHRISTMAS
' nnnne tsi RCaJCRil
.!rln. In tnerncliauin pls boales. elo.
And rnanr a man ami )uth will bo.
no a big trade.
the gill tpu
To of th. llort Bifgantly
Dre-sed French D II. ever
liruualit to the stale or Texas
Erery Purchaser of 5 worth
Souvenirs of San Antonio
Whleh Contain Thirty Views
tm- Learn our prleca before you buy.Cll
will be lo your iniercxi.
NothiDg Succeeds Like Success
.ui.ulr let on band of imam It
itto.. 6Uo. end il.w titpirtally lortlio holidays
To Be or Not to ue.
AnA in be." it moro to your credit ai i-n
.vine and bu wuere pu i
Um at i.urcne-iHtund biti
tlOlldS' g'lli. O r vinmww. u
inner Tel. phone Noa mi ml
Regular session of tbe city council
Hit rnttiff. rur rooms and aal-
len.elt) water Slid lan. Conv. nlciiur loca-
tel. Be-yieruil. Cheap Addrtss -'lama
a... anu.nlo LlllllT tlfflie.
'l'he lamest itock of Imported and
doiuestlo cigars lu tbe city al llirrj
Ileum & Co.'s.
Imported Rhine and claret wines
.l per caae ana upweru ai ii.nj
lUutii A L'o.'s.
Ilemember tied Cross whisky bai no
enu.l. Give It a trial.
If you have a cold try a Dome oi in u
Cro.a Hoc ami hjb.
V. hMiniiirna. cordials ete.. Tf'
member Harry Baum t Co. Veep all
-nr. Ilahn'a buirirv broke down
Founti street on Saturday nnd be
badly bruited by tbe occurrence.
n. W.ii'j Hula aim who ll In
Jnred by being thrown Irom bU hone U
uo ng wen.
.John U. liodemann naa oeen ap
strand drawing cornea off Deo. 87th at 7
.tfioVlock a.m. rieoonduia.aatS.and K"n AAon pmrnUP you
tbu third niaaa al 10.
Kliint vagrnnle wero bcrore tne m
coriler Ibll Mioriihig. fold wealbur up
nurlb la bringing tuo unmp.
'1 be Krencb aaioclnllon In tbu city
bare Inkeii Into coiulderallpii llie miiiu-
UiK of a Uue meeting ball for tbitu-
Parllea from mi'elon Sin Juan ciaim
that lb HlHa there b O'en lenct"
by Cbaa. UlKiiuwIiy. li baa aault pen-
ding (or the ownerhlp of Ibo land.
Clint llatker. a popular joupk reu
nion i.uiter than bread.but will do what
i.. hoililxaarn annroacblng A.
Kahn A Co.. are gelling more and more
crowded with cuatomera.ae eery one
vanla llckeli loriiiegranii
Iteuietnber that A. Kabn IO.
grand drawing taku place ai ineir
Jtore Monday. Ue cembcr 27th at 7 p. in.
- Heiiienioer tnai iur
pent at A. Kahn Co. you ge. a
chance In their granmirawiiiK
Ingoflbe lolluwlng beautiful and ele-
8""P"'V.. -i. . i.. .lnll
rl prue mo ut. . o-
roan man oi ma cny. V" " n.ttn mi the Piano.
Slaty Maiirr reiiuinK uu male of very argo
ireel.n.xt I bur.day evening. gin-frame oil painting- (Historical
Mr. Con Morn. an old railroad man
and one uMbo belt Informed geulleuien 'prdeTbe flneit and largcit
road lain the.cliy. Kourlh prlie-The death of Nelion at
Euill I abyla one of tne winnera oi the ballle or i raiaigar iu i
e medal at lr. DnnaliUon'i bop fn- trge gilt-frame oil
HiX SAMUELS MANAGER.
80UT H WEST
tWOPENALLTIIB YEAH HOUND..
None but itara enyaiod. New eompan)
arory two weeka. Elefant royer with Inl
olatl bar attached. Oo and ico the powerful
eompany playing to-night. Fine orchcitral
You aware that you
can fit yourself in a
nobby suit a fine hat
a natty scarf or any-
thing in gent's wear
for less prioe than
in tho oity?
day niictit. inileau oi .uiii uuc.
A very pleaiant mrpriie party a.
..!... ...u.lr.i.r mi tin. realdeliLe of Mill
Vxuguita llaenel lu honor ol her birth
Illng her tiller Ura. I.uuu llergandbai
come lo lake In I be opera.
Mr. 11. 1. Oilman of 1'earaill II at the
Moi.uer. en route for Ibe tiorlli. wbltber
oca to enor. nu inuiuj mm.
I hM Xnn Aniunlo Social and Singing
nnlnieil adlnuenier to tne boutn rn rn- c lib bad tbelrlltil meeting in tne vaiinu
enoe lo IDB men wuiiii i" m-...
nrriitnz robel. imoklng Jacket! at
111R-H lou.vu A Aiinold l.
Klne allk umbrellaa illver and gold
handled canes al
1J-18 2t ou.nq a ahiuui o.
Fine neckwear illk inuaen.
12 18-21 Yooxo AnxoLD.
Satin and allk luipenden. In'tlal
hanukercbleri. iouso aiholu.
WnrW nn the double true of In
tree! railway on lluuaion Itreet la net
lely in progreii.
The I.iaiiT la authorlieil to
ni. nil tiMlnt nir.
h An elegant velvet rug.
it i. ntr...iil hv all tbe ladles who.
ever favored ua wllh aoali that we ; carry
the flneit line of millinery gooda In tbe
One Hundred and Fifty Different Odora.
Of perfumery at farmer's drag itore
SI8 Kat Commerce street. Indies
while out riding will find It to
their advantage to call at this popular i
ml the aelrct onl. Ibe
' flneit ever brought In Ihe city and at
Dnttom pricca. ji. umw
Wood For Sale.
Beat poat oak wood for aale at 4.7S per
cord delivered. Send onlera to il. Bast-
Ian 301 Blum I reel I'
Neat Faturdar r.lght at the H.w.lrln Wgbt
aloon. ail tlno tal tmkej i"11 be raflb-d.
KTorbody Invited loioe the tun. It
The bids for government supplies
were opened at military headquarters
yesterday and awarded as follown
Potatoes and o dons. In sacks Ouen-
ther A Zaillch.
l'oiaio.s In barrel uicnl In sacks and
swrrt potatoes. Issj lani!n.
sail vv. n a. r . ."
D. Bmlth It Bon
Merohant tailors respectfully Inform
elr cuilomera anil the public at large
that during the ItolUlajt they will make
reduction of 10 per cent on nu gar
ments from regular t rices. Satisfaction
and fit guaranteed. Cull on them and
price their gooda before purchasing else-
brre. l. smith a so.x
12-9-tf 41 West Commerce St.
U. B. Frank.
dldAte tor the oitlco or btrt
A. MORRIS I
-Wanted A situation as gnvernesi
.Ipm fitmllv. uan tiirni.u goon
relereliee. Address -41. Z. I'.." IHU
olHce. Iil8 2t
llnllilav irlft buvt rs read Sim llart'i
.hai.iiei.f card today and It wllUate
r r ear our ent re stock oi winter
n'n.hlnir and lumllblbg gnoils. We Sel.
at tbu lowest Ugurea lu the iiiatket.
s. i. rox ik v u.
lu.l.n tiiiniiiercu street
ltemmher that Maverick's bank
cava 4 per cent on deposits. 7-81 f
Don't forget tbe i.iqht is toe piace
to gel nrai-ctass printing uuno.
MTFor everything needed In tbe lum
ber line call on F. J. Beltel. at Inter
tatlonai anu ureal nonmni uiuv. n
window ahadol with llartfthorn
roller's (new stock) at C. 11. Mueller s paiii
Window glass and mirror plates al lowest
figures glazlngprmnpuy awnueu iu.
lltf it II. SloaLLaa'a Faint Store.
Laraeit assortment of pbotn and picture
traines. Framing dono at prices to dely eora-
A young man fainted last nigm on
m dancing floor at Fesi'a garden.
while dancing with a young lady
The onera house ushers w III appear
lo-nignt respienueni in nvnuuma
-I'lin San Anton o It ue bora are gc
tog to attend tbe opera tunlgul 111 epiai
ta 1 coats.
I'm Ilradv and Charley Moss
out shooting Ibis morning.
fbo llammor brand or rcadyuilxed painl
blch C. It Mueller untnuierco su
agent Is tne oem auu vuinpee
252 & 254 MAIN STREET.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
(F.ustsT Uiscttc Manafer.)
OoniisifiCtnir Monday Dec mbr20. Ma'lnw
Wednosdar and pmtunlay Hnle of leatu
wednM . ue a. ia at iu a i
Eagagotno't of the
NEW GRAND OPERA COMPANY.
Abbot. U-rtlnl. Annsds'o. Krlo.e Mlcbs'e
istutegriaa rrite. uroueriua
H till Chorus and Oxhestral!
In khe followlur brilliant reportolre:
MONUAV NIGHT-nrtttlme lo Pao Antonio.
Imiu Abb tt at Luorclla Borgia Id Doni-
' LUCRETIA BORGIA
TUHDAx-Bmm u Arlln in
WIDNEBO AY M ATINEE-Frloes 600 and tl.
Tbe spartllug opera)
CHIMES of NORMANDY.
Wl HSSDAY-Verdl's Immortal opera
Abbott aa Vlolettat Mlchelena as Alfreddo.
TBUBSOAr-Qounod's Immortal opera
Bmrat Abbott and entire companr
rBIOAV-FIrM tlmolnSan Antonloi Petrel
u'l bnuiant oomio opra.
- .CARNIVAL of VENICE.
Bmma Abbot and tbe entire company.
SATURDAY H ATTN KK Bmma as Llnda-
oobimiu s romantio opera
LINDA of CHAMOUNI
SATURDAY Emma Abbott as Leonora
"Notwltbst.ndinjr the exoenie and rrat
Importanoa of this oooaslon the followiogpop-
vaonedoponi rarquitte ai.d parquet cirol
Vil nrrt rour rowstu dress oirole f J
ot aroas clrola II gallery loo.
Hear In mind that Frank J. Belle.
ceeps builders' hardware and lumber at
tne international uu
in rent Large and nicely fur
nlsbed front room-by Mr. T. Johnston
Mo. SO souin street. n-o n
-For the latest styles and lowest prices In
UMtMr ' C II. MuEtxcn's Com. street
W. have received 200 nFSOrted StVleS
of ladles box rohes which must be sold
before New Year; regaruies- in vaiue.
tr eon want to buv a nice Christ
present come and look at our i'i and
$3 areas roues. u. u. t n.i.
Amnnir the Z2.00 box robes ust re.
celved we have a handsome line at f 3 60
5.U0 $0.00 17.00 and upwards.
We will not earrv any of our Isdles.
misses and cbildrens cloaka over. If re-
durilons In prices will sell them. Come
and learn prices. u. i. hunk
One thousand gents youlbs and
boy's suits as aspeclal drive. Come and
see us. U. B. Fhanx
Overcoats I overcoats tl al a discount.
u. U. HUNK
We still have on band 50 nieces of
Isdlesololb and tricot at tne same popu
lar prices. u. u. fniMK.
Our line of millinery goous cannot
be equalled. O. B. Frank.
Our prlcea In millinery gooda are
lower man eisewnere. u. u. mux.
We trim any hat bought at our
bouse me or charge. u. u. j-rakk.
Until thellrst of January. 18S7. we
will sell l.uuu taniea. muses anu cnnu
rens felt batt at voc eacu.
u. 11. r RANK
Plnshea. velvets astracban and
other fancy trimmings must be sold be.
lore tne sesson is over. u. u. r hakk.
Our bote 2b0 casilmere aulla uan
not be duDllcated. Our youths $S suits
beat them all. Our men's i76U nil wool
caaslmere SUMS cannot be equalled.
U. U. r KAfiK.
One hundred dozen ladlea and gents
linen a. d allk handkerchiefs aa a special
drive tor tula wecK. u. 11. hunk.
Kvervbodr should call on rs aud ex
amine the handsome line of box dress
robes we have Just received.
u. t. J RANK.
Come and see the line of fancy goods
dlsplsyed on oar oounters iney are an
marked cheap anu in plain ngures.
O. B. Frank.
Wantid.-SIi seamstreises. Steady
work guaranteed. At iCllao Kullman
Ml Acequia street. iz-lo-Jt
When you want any printing done
just call around to tbe Light office or
ring us up Dy.teieupone. o-Ji-tt
For Kent. House of four rooms
hall kitchen stable. etc. No. SJUai k.
aon atreet. one block norlb of tbe High
school. Apply to M. Lindner No. 11
Navarro street near trie oriuge.
Extra cara will be run on all lines
during the opera season.
The new uniforms for tbe Sao Anto
nio Division of Knights of Pythias have
The auDner for the Arb-lter-vereln
Sylvester naa win do jurnisaeu vj jur
iu n mncKe.
Master Wlllard Frommer. ion of Mr
O. V. Krammer. left vrslerdav fir New
Or eans to spend tbe holidays with hit
oouiins ana grsnamotner.
An Englishman named Duke was
seized with severe spasms of the heatt
i.nenlav afternoon on Alamo niaza.
and mi taken lo a drug store where he
The Alamo Cement company sold 3)
rlosds of their product tins uioninto
.tit. "I he nan Anioi o cement is reap.
lug fresh laurels dally regarding Its du
raoiiityami line quauuee.
Mrs. Ed. Sieves Jr. Is In possession
ol an -opal" of extraordinary beauty
.ml Inure and or great value tne suiue
having been presented to her by her
linn her. who hna IukI returned from a
general trip turumii Mexico.
Some ri'gues began tne weeK early
teiterdav luoriiluir by stealing milk.
bread anil meat inuu wie irtntrutc.
long Marshall atreet where tne si
had l)i en left out by tbe lullku
butchers and others.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilcxler arrived last
lti frnui Victoria and ure visiting
Mrs. Sol nam. Jlia. uexier iv mi
ner v Miss .Melaiile l.vy uuu was
Tbe orchestra nt Scholz's Saturday
nUbl couipuned or .vietsrs. niein jinrx
lingers abll opinilg renuereu -wn
Itlver" with varlatluns. In a b aiilliu
tier and men gave "La uoion
drlna" In Marx a best stjie
Th Klrntrln Motor Comnanv Is be
nmlnir an assured fact 'tbey Intend
u. lug electricity to supply light and
power to our mercnants anu wnat iuan
ufacturel we have.
Mr.Oro. Koerner's new house being
finished Saturday he celebrated the
vent naturuay nigut wuu a aeirui
banquet wllh sparkling wine In his new
The theatrical entertainment last
night at Arbeller Vereln ball was well
attenueu. Alier til" periuruiaiicu
pleasant bop toon place wuicu euaeu at
ciock tuis muriuiig.
-The Times holiday edition
led icMeruuy and Is In every way a
reiliiahla and Interesting Dauer. evlna-
lug laudable energy on tuc part of tbe
Mr. Kueene carolan. the popun
snaiierotlhu Caliasleu lumber yards
rtb a n ir. win very nruhabir ue a can
tlldale fur alderman at the Cuming city
eot on. lie lives in the seventn waru
but will prubably Ue a Uuater
An apparatus for tbe manufacture
if Ice that will assuredly supply
iiIhuh of lake lue la uelnic perleuied
yuung getitleuian in this city lie cl
Colonel E. M. Fowler has returned.
Dr. 11. Robloton of Waco Is at the
a V. Alle. of Pearsall. Is In Ihe city
ilnnnlnz at the St. Leonard.
General John 11. Uayior la in tne city
and slops at Ihe St. Leonard.
T. P. Borden a prominent stockman
of Uvalde Is stopping at iue r-ouiucm.
ConduotorFrauk Fanning was in iue
. ..iun 'i'. m. iiarwoou. an eamunuie
lawjer of Uonzales Is at the Merger
xi. r Mr tuelrman. anrnnilnentixen'
tucklan' Is at the Meliger In search of
Dr. J. C. Deaton of Illchmnnd vs. is
t iIih Menu.r. It is unuersiiiuii mat no
la .eeklnu a location In Ibe state.
Mr. II. S. Wlckes.of Austin nephew
of Col. E. U. L. ivicaes is at iue axeu.
ger botrl visiting bis uucle.
are here and have rooma at the South-
u n. v.iex Jr .of Camnellton. Tex.
a large stock owner Is located at the
M. 0. Hair one of Fort Worth's most
prominent citizens is nere on a ou.e
nets trip and slops at the Southern.
Mrs. Agnes Collon lias reiiirnru irom
Del Itio. where she has been viilttug
br dauuhter who resides there.
J. W. Kokernot. J. D. Oaddls. W. Van
Sickle all prominent cinzena oi aiur
..L.-ulll. ... h.re In lake Emma AO
Utllt in anu umyv .jbih"."" -
Mr. Feeney 8heets Is here. Some sa
r- ii. .rnnae nt taklnir unto blmse
a beuuilful lady on avenue B as Mrs
..mini Itinilrande eltv. accompanied
by Mr. 11. Bennlghaua of Laredo have
rrlveil at tne Jienuer.
Mrs. H. B. Adams accompanied oy
her son Mr. II. W. Adams ol sewanee
college have arrived In the olty aud are
quartered at tne jiavcnca.
Lower Trices than Ever for December
in Order to wind up the Year with a
Rushing Bnsines at
Ok IB. ZF-A-lSriK-'S..
We Have Marked Way Down
Summer Bilk by pattern at 26o
10 pieces Fanoy Black Brocade
at $1.00 worth $2.00.
1000 Ladies' Misaea and Chil
dren's Jackets Cloaks and Dol-
5 pieces Handsome Blaok Silk at
75c. per yanL
6 pieces Handsome Black Silk at
$1.35 per yard.
50 pieces Blaok and Oolorod OaBh-meres-Tricot
Ladies and Jorsey
200 Ladies' Boxed Robes.
IIA11 trimmings to match marked downl
. o - ... .V ii i il
to suit the goods-All the latest styles
lin millinery at hall value.
This powder never varies. A marvol of
purltr. strength and wholesomenoss. More
eoonomioal than tho ordinary kinds and can
not be so d In competition with the multitudes
of low test short welyht alum or phosphate
powdsrs. Sold only In cans. Moral Baklcg-
pvwder Ccmr'ny. l'SWsll street New yora.
Cents Youths and Boys are not forgotten In this
Grand Drive Sale. We offer all our overcoats anu
Gents' Youths' and Boys' Clothing at prices our
competitors will not approach.
COME AND SEE US.
G. B. FRANK'S.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Teias
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR.. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to business center with best accommodations. 64-l
GARTER & MULLALY
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
Another Mystery to Study
Amnnir all the attractive iroods which
meeta the feminine eye none come In for
crenier Rinount of admiration than
llinsellnecloaks. dress goods and opera
wraps. Jerseys and unit gooua i
i.'....i. mi Wolfunn'a. Tbev
Ihe very latest nlcheor fashion and can
h. .... in u the varied sbadea. shapes
and prices. It Is really somewhat of a
surprise how Wolfson seourrs such start
ling uargains om ueuuea u m.
One reason al least may be given and
Ibat Is that he Invariably marks all
goods within the reaoh of the means of
ever) oouy. Having n.u ..j.. ..
looking sirlclly after bis own business a
email prollt suffice! and he conslahtly
extends his trade thereby. He has no
t wo ways or doing uusiness or two price.
Vou will see a great rush In this depart
ment Irom now on.
St. Mark'a Cathedral Yesterday.
Tho audience at the morning service
was large and Imposing and deeply at
tentive with perhapa an occasional ex
ception of a few young ladles who
talked and lauxbed lo tbelr own mutual
admiration ir not enincatton.
The Dean preached on John the Bap-
iin. aa ohrlat'a forerunner rejoicing In
lakes tbe cake again" and oilier such honoring nis i.nru winie giviiiK pi.o i
ns. ineiiioiiT i nun a mo o..wi .
his method wl I supercede tbe old style
unci can be produced as cheap If not
Will Dey don't know a pumpkin
mini a watermelon at least ne uiu nut
..it Hatiinlav last when he bet ''Com
Davis tne cigars mat a laruier naa a loau
of big watermelons on Alamo plaza
rney proveu to oe pumpaino uuwuver
lid Uey lost tne oigars
The Mission llowlini; club held
ineetinir Haturdav nluht at whluh It
deouled to have a grand prize rolling
tch next riuuuay at tuetr alley uoiu-
uilttee on prlzes-ll. llelllgmann i-inii
.NlKK'l anu l.uuu nrisui
It Is a pleasure for a I.iout man lo
walk aruunu to se iue people ueiiguieu
wllh Ibe LiotIT hullday eillilon aud to
bear tbe remarks "It's a daisy" ''It
VI mill 44 Aliuno Plara
BAN A1JTONIO. - - - TEXAS.
rarSpeclal Attention spven to torwardlnx
FALL IN WINTER GOODS!
rarSpeclal Attention (riven lo rerwaruin
bodlea to all parts of the United States. Teie-
utusnes dui is pieuseu.
Tbe rehearsal for the grand cos-
ume reoeutlon by the Casino associa
tion to occur next soring under the
management of 1'rof. A. Si'hnallh was
ueiu batutuay nigui ai casino uan
aouut 1ZU persons were present; -m
are needed to make Ibe allalr a suc-
cess of wblch 140 bave already signed.
Mr. A. A. Alexander well known In
this cliy as bookkeeper for tbe Singer
morning anu uis rrinatns w. re snippeu
to Ohio near Duuon yesterday alter
moil uy the riiiignisoi rytnias.oi wnict
irder be was a member In good stand
The Cumberland Presbyterians are
considering Hie plan or having sn enter-
lalunieiil uurlnir one eveniiiK on Christ-
mas week wliltu win ue laixea over ui
Widuesday evenings prsyer meeting
alter which meelliiE the church will
practice slnglrg lor Ibe vent. Tonight
the members ure requested to meet at
Nu 3u2 San Pdro avenue the Da-tor's
resldetiee lor s ing practice. Next Sun
day at ll:3U a curisimas sermon will Do
delivered by tin pastor.
Seven Qlrla In Uniform.
Thla serlu cnmle drama waa irlven at
Ihe Arbeller Vereln yestenlay evening
to a full bouse. Tbe Uerguian sisters
Miss Kuntman and a nutuDrr or otner
oiinif ladles with Messrs. Unite. I
frenzu and others acted their roles well.
Al tbe conclusion of the play a pleasant
soolaule finished iue evening's entertain
Tbe KoenlKhelm-Cohea Wedding
The nrlnnloal Jewish citizens were
present yesterday at tbe marriage of
Miss Harriett Koenlgbelin daughter of
Mr. Marcus uoenigneim 10 nr. aub
'nhen whlnti w.i celebrated by
Dr. I.ewcnlbal at the residence of tbe
brlde'a parents on Houlh Flores street.
After the ceremony an elegant banquet
was set before the guests and wine
i..ii liku water In honor of the event.
At four o'clock tbe happy couple left on
the International train lor di. """'i
Chlcano and New Vork wbere tbey will
Tbe presents were numerous and of a
mi valuable character and all wish
the bappy couple the felicity that n ay
be drawn from true marital happiness.
up the great harbinger aa a model of
sell-ueniai enuuxaiiuo uu imiu.
.ni hriedir mid his traflcal end as a sac.
1 1 ce to a girl's vanity and tbe malice
marked mat it ta peculiarly aau iu ae
Instances or feminine ferocity airalnst
hnlv men of Uod for their faithfulness
when women as a rule are to a greater
extent pious and God-fearing than the
sterner sex. The Dean didn't stop to say
this In extenuation but asked me pray
en or Christiana for ministers at tbe al
i.r in Ikw of their Infirmities tbat
tbey might Imitate Ihe Illustrious mar-
nr preaener in mu miiicum
to their work and In alnglenesa of desire
for tbe glory of tbelr iiora. iue exuur
ness whatever their persecutions were
n.ih.Hn nd thrilling-. Justice and
mercy towards men and humility before
uou were soieinuiy iiiiuicmi.
I. Kfron fighting continued
iv a. n.mir Huhilnu continued.
James Kichardsun. violating license
W. O. Nicholson violating license or
Ililcboock vlolatlngllcense ordinance
Juan Ilueno. violating license orui
M. Daslaln violating license orui
n.n.. 11. milted.
Ilenrv Havne. vaerant $5 or 10 days
John Ulbaon susplolout character
Jamea Arnold suspicious charaoler.
Itosenberg vagrant continued
Pedro Uarola. drunk 5.
W. F. Dennis drunk fli.
Chss.Kd wards. drunk. $5.
Oil Hunt striking. $5.
Peter Capelra drunk 15.
Barney Weber drunk. 5.
Johnnie Downey sulking dismissed
Johnnie Dominie vagrant continued
wm. cook vagrani oonttnueu.
Qeo. Henderson vagrant oontlnued
Thos. Kane disorderly so.
James Doyle vagrant dismissed.
John Drew vagrant dliralised.
Wm. McMahon vagrant dismissed
J. de la Cruz drunk S3.
A.Jenoctt drunk dismissed.
I) IT li IllSl!
BERGSTROM k GRAY
CLOTHING HATS ETC. ETC.
HALF THEIR VALUE.
t.nt.l ll.u1sa. mi. IimI mail anileh DDCd
to Hit polntiin tho Union. Only Whilo Huirso
mine cur. upeuu
As these Roods were bought at the great and
well-known Bankrupt Sale of Ticker Bagg & Co.
of New York City ana in oraer to imroauce our
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES AND BARGAINS we Will
gODUS pilluliasrJU II Ulll ua uue iiumi iu uui uimiu
and Second Annual Christmas Donations wnicn
consist of the following beautiful and useful
List of Prizes :
FIRST PRIZE. ----- MAD AM KAruu&iVY
This U a very fine and large Doll playing the piano. There la n6 other In Amerln.
SECOND PRIZE. BEBE BRUN
Come and look at ber.
THIRD PRIZE ELEGANT PAIR OIL PAINTINGS
FOURTH PRIZE ----- ONEOILr'AHNIIWU
Tbe Battle of Trafalgar Naval engagement id tne inuia oca.
FlFHT PRIZE. -SIXTH
ELEGANT VELVET RUG
A. KAHN & CO.
N. V. Comer Main Plaza and Acequia St. San Antonio ias
If thin Gentleman should get
hard up he would go to J. M.
Emerson for assistance as Emer-
b n's is the beat plaoe in Texas to
g t men y( or spend it. Next to
theOourt-houie Han Antonio.
AU work left with us will reoelve prompt
attention. Bstimatea furnished oheerfully.
Leave orders at M South' Alamo street.
DR. L.V. WEATHERS
Chronlo Diseases and Dtseisea of Women
and Children a Specialty... Office! NttM't
drugstore. Telephone No..U.
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