The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 6, Ed. 1, Monday, April 9, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Lifflit.
MONDAY Al'Jtll II 1883.
At till) German M. II. chinch on Vlllltn (treat
this evening lit 7:;u eonuucicu uy uov. mi
aobbardtitnd dmiuliter from Germany . Uho
publio is cordially inviicu.
Seventeen raise." wi-ro gone through this
morning with umouiits ranging irom j 10
each line. Several cuscs wore dismissed and
some continued. Total amount of tines $130.
For lino fresh groceries jfm must call nt tlio
City urocery siorc. i.oiiimcicu sirvui.
' K. AllIlAIIAMS.
For pure Ciilironilii wines and liquors you
mustgototho City Grocery store Comincrco
street. K. AuilAtlAjis.
K. or 1. Special AIoetliiK.
The members of Klk LodgoU! Kn'ght3 o
Pythlus are notified that there will be a special
meeting held Monday night Aorll is lor the
purpoo of making llnul iirrungcmonts for col-
cbratloti. A full attendance of tho members
requested. T. . MriXAi.v C.c.
Nkwt. W. Smith M. of K.
How to save money (and drugs) by tnkinif
Turko-Husslun bullu or Steam llith for your
colds rhcumatlsiu dumb intiio and all skin dis-
cuses can bo found at A. Zii.ian fl
Corner Coinnu'ree ami Alamo streets.
Also Hot and Cold Water Hatha at Si cents
Wilt bo received nt thlsotlleo until 12 o'clock
Monday ltltli Instant for tho painting or sov-
eral bridges over the bun AuUmUi river.
Siiecllleutlons to bo lmd on application to this
office. J. II- Kiib.nch Muyor.
lly K. 1. Ci-auiion City Clork.
April I) 18S3. . --t
llundylsm nt the feprliig.
Several hundred persons at ban I'cdro Springs
yesterday afternoon witnessed un exhibition of
rowdyism. Two men got Into a controversy
and as they talked loudly the attracted ubout
them a largo crowd. Ono of these was slid to
bo named Henry Feats. They were separated
by friends. Then Joo Wntzluvlck while en-
deavoring to tuke Fests out of the crowd dls-
Iiluyodu revolver Iloth woreurrcsted l ests
ly I'olicomun Zlegler und Watzlavlck bv I'o-
Jlcemun l'cay. bubsequcntly two .Mexicans
crcuted some oxclteinciit by quarreling but
they escaped arrest. This morning tho ehurgo
ugalust Fcst lighting wus dismissed. Watz-
lavlck was tlncd $i" on tho charge of carrying
a revolver. .
Lawyer Chevalier Not a Vagrant.
Mr. Chevalier brought a churKo or vugruncy
against a Mr. Walls this morning buforo the
Recorder's court. Ho sustained the charge
with udmiruble dexterity. The bills ugalnst
Mr. Walls could not be collected by tho plaiutlir.
The defendant had no visible means or support;
tberofore he was a vttirrant. Tliat was Mr.
Chevalier s argument. .Mr. lloone tor tho de-
fense. Indulged In some pio.isuutrles und
sllgiilly lut'ded tho leathers ot Mr. Chevalier
by Insinuating that Mr. Watls was no more a
vagrant tuau Mr. Chevalier. Mr. Chevalier In-
formed the court that he worked; therelorc
was uo vagrant. Tno case was continued for
Tho finest line of French cordials just opened
up at the City Grocery store SJU Commcice
street. 15. AuiiAHAMS.
Seafoam wafers Albert biscuits leaflets
oranges. A largo arrival ill the City Grocery
23) Commerce street. 13. Aauauams.
Call for Your I'rliea l'lease.
Tho following jirizes drawn at St. Mary's
Catholic fair are ut the residence of Mrs. l'eter
Gallagher waiting the winner' culls : One
prayer book for Mr. Newton ono picture for
Mr. J.M.Gutllu u poilralt for luher John-
son tor Mr. Joseph ltestul and u sola cushion
Mr. It. A. Jackson.
The Galveston train on Niturduy was delayed
several hours by an accident at .Marlon station.
An engine there in going for wuler collided
with a freight train and much datmigu was
done. It was some time boforo tho road could
be cleured tor tho Galveston train; hence Its
llodriguez'g Jludy Supposed to lie- Found
Tho body of a dead mail was found In Glllo's
pasture eight miles from Castruvillo lust Sat-
urday. It Is fur advanced In decomposition
and can only bo ldentlaed by means ot tho
clothing but Is supposed to Da that of Juiin
ltodrgucz uu old man who lott San Antonio
last December while demented and was lusl
heard irom us In tho vltlnlty ot tho pasture.
- Ludlcs or tho llplseopul church will serve
lce-creaui und cuke to their acquaintances at
llurulicli & llaer's eoutceflouury stoic on
Commerce struct next Wednesday afternoon
und evening. The proceeds of tho entertalu-
meiit will be devoted to tho benefit ot the
ThoTurnorshad their first plc-ulo yesterday
and a good time is icpoited.
Justice Adam untied Jose Gomez to Anita
Kodrlguez on buturuuy.
Mr. T. W. Mull.ily has a very lino bouquet
on his desk tins morning.
Mr. I). Campbell will he married to Miss
MeCoinul ut tit. Mury's church to-morrow ut
7 u. in.
Tho selected slngers'for the Knlghta Tem-
plars festival had asatlslactory rehearsal iitthe
Casino yesterday under direction of J'rolessor
l'eter's mass In G was performed yesterday
in St.Murv'schurcb. The solos were admirable
rendered by Mrs. Kuty.eiibererundOr. Howell.
Wanted a competent girl to do irenernl
housework. Inquire ut Mrs. J. F Curr IO
Avenue C corner oi renin sircoi.
Messrs. Cliubot Moss & Co.. sold 430 impor-
ted wes on Saturday. Tho price iculisod wus
28 w per ncaa.
Fourteen dentin nro reported by tho City
physician as occurring laai iveek. Four were
due to accidental poisoning.
A complimentary hop ut tlio Snrlnirs Is nr.
rangeil In lienor of Miss Carrie llloek of lluton
Itouge iiiogucsmuu roiuuio ui mo uev. nr.
The scholars of tho Second ward school had
an outing to tho Flit Mlwlon on Saturday and
enjoyed tnemscives ueartuy.
During tho storm on Friday Mr. N. A.
Young's Btoie ut Graytowii was stiuek by
llirhtnintr and tired. The biilldluir and stock
were entl'cly consumed entailing an estima-
ted loss amounts of $'lp0u. which Is loot mitiga-
ted by insurance. The building belonged to
Messrs. Hugo oc ociiiuciuer oi ims euy.
Upwards of l'K) Grand Jury Indictments for
gambling vairmnay selling letter)
tickets and omission to pay occupation tuxos
nave ueou seni 10 jounces nuuin ana bniciu
Tho fireman who was Injured on the Sun-
set railroad at Del Jtlo Is now ut tho Santa
Itosn hospital for medical treatment. One of
Ills roet is so ouuiy crusnou nr. in necossiiutc
Tho LiailT acknowledges tho receipt of an
invitation to attend tho first anniversary colc-
lirhtlon of tho Elk Lodge No. a. Knights of
l'jrthlus to tako place at Han I'edro "prlngg on
iaunaay uruiumr uv-'h vne i-iu nut.
UIIAINKD UY UYMKN.
ltabbl Iiewentlial United Sir. MnxOppcn-
helnier to Miss Itncliol Guns.
At 1 o'clock yesterday tho murrlugo of Mr.
Max Uppcnheitncr to Mil's Rachel Guns took
place at tho Tom plo llcth III Uabhl Loowcu-
thal olllclutlng according to tho Hebrew ritual.
It appeared to boa family ttUuir tho absence
of bridesmaids etc. being noticeable. Tho at-
tendance of Invited guests was howovor nu-
merous. Aftortho blesilng was pronounced
by tho Kabul tho company retired to tho resi
dence of the brldo's parents on North Flores
street whore n sumptuous repast was spread
supplemented with champagne. Mr. ltoscu-
ncld of Houston proposed tho health or tho
newly married couple tho hotees and tho
i.l.viiii'iille responded to bv Mr. Michucl.
Toasts were followed by Mr. llernard Schram
und others and the best of good humor pro-
Mitlcil. Tho presents wore numerous and
costly. Tho following Is a list with tho names
or thodoiioisasut present receded but more
appear to bo arm lug :
Handsome ornamental clock by Messrs.
Cohii & Koeulghcim.
solid silver jewelry receiver oy iir. u. .
Handsome looking glass by Mr. u. Moke.
Tim tine Hteel einrravlinrs. mairiiilleentlv
framed by Mesirs. Moso lliiitmblatt and Louis
Ilinnliful s Ivor and china pitcher by Greg
ory A; Co.
l'laieu silver minor ui'ii ry sir. ji. nieiu-
hand. . .
A gorgeous lamp tiy ;.ir. n. iiwcntnai.
Silver cake busket by Mr. and Mrs. Sum
Sliver butter dMi by .Mr. T. 1 . .Melliivit.
Gold Dinted mirror n iiiuirtiillccut niece of
wiirkmunhlt with uindlcstiek brackets on
either side by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Oppen-
iicimer. . ....
Silver pickle stand by Mr. Nat Slllzbachcr.
l'retty Ice cieaiu set by Mr. Julius Newman.
Hxiienslvo china toilet set by Messrs. S. and
L. Ve th.
Dclleuto china tea sot by Mr. and Mrs. .1.
.Marseilles spreuu uu e.xquisiio paiicrii uy
Mr ami Airs. Mux Muyer.
Fine linen tuhlospieud und towels by Mr. u d
Mrs. louli A. Frcjer.
Pair tine vases with eholco natural (lowers.
by Miss L. Gilgenhehuerniid Miss Ulla Zork.
Silver lee cream set by Messrs. F. und L.
l'n nt laeohandkcrclilofsby MlbS llottleGuns.
sister of the bilde.
Solid silver soup initio by Mrs. lloseullcKl.
Uiie-huir dozen silver spoons by Mr. Moso
Carving set with tluo Ivory handles from
Mr. Hen. Asher of Houston.
une-nuif dozen silver spoons irom nr. Mose
I'rettr chlmi tea set from Mrs. Illlllnz. ot
Uussluti toilet sot by Mr. Kaltcycr.
'l'lireo point laeo tidies by .Miss Emma
Uno-liair dozen silver nankin rimrs bv Mr.
Tn-o silver napkin Ungsby Miss Ada Morris.
Flno crumb cloth and u iiiuirnlllecut rue from
Mr. Dun Uppenhelmcr.
Silver Ico nl I chor from Messrs. M. and 1).
fians of Austin.
Sliver butter dish from Mr. Max Guns of
Elaborately worked cimir uy .Mr. i;mstus
Fancy worsted tidy by Miss lilla Weld.
Tho hauiiy couplo left for linr lo l'nss bv tho
(1 o'clock train with the Intention or making
mill luriving pnico incir luiui'u nome.
JUDGK NOON'AN'S AVOHK.
Cuses Set In th District Court for the
Next Nino Days.
Tho following eases in the District court
hgvo been set for theduys named :
Monday April 0 George Mornock 1'ies-
clllano Gomez Sum lloso Ann li. Mllslcuil
Tucsduv. Aurll 10-Adatn Irvln. lluvs Itoher-
son ltamcy Fentress I'cdro Garza Solomon
.Miner et in. Henry runic i.eo lurieion u.
M. Cooke John Wolfram Henry Feille Henry
Drli-ch tichrnm it Co.
Wcduesdiiy.Api It 11 Joseph (lustring I'cdro
Hernandez Mary Maxfeld Frank Luucustcr
wiin.ini iiarucu ami Jiary nnicius uicnurd
Mcltaoiind Vlrirlnln llcriliur. Hen D. Shields
and Jose Adams.
Tliursduy April a v. i . rercy w. v. Me-
Ivsoghan John W. Frectiiau J. und K. Kraut
Hen Luwienee J. Cllne.
Frldav. April III Jimj Ortcuu. Pedro Her.
miiuiez. J. Ilaldeias Wllliu SVomble Jehu
ltobb i'cdro Usqulbcl Jumes Tomlln Martin
Monday Apill lu-.Miitheas Koteu James
lomlln Alox Iteudlck Juiin Curdlnas Vsldro
Flutes Ueoigo Gleusoti.
Tuesday April 17 J. Martin Kuto Wise
Vlo liortun W. It. Lylo. Georgo Hates Wasario
l'adriizo Frank Wallace I'.. A. Hleks Albert
1 ediiefday April IB-Sum llerlluer A. II.
II.UIucli F. Hernandez S. Yillanueuu J II
Harrison. Wullaeo Mitehell. Charles Murruv.
James Smith Thomas Ilayues Jumes Wood
William .McDowell Joo Johnson Andrew Itoh-
mor Juek Mtnpsou iiniotny Sinclair liuycn
Itolii in n Jisus Zcpcda.
Thursday A)iil 10-W. 15 Heck Timothy
Sinclair Thomas Huynes Georgo ltoddy
Jumes Smith Solomon lirusslleld K. Carlcton
M. L. Starr John Fay John Ltitton.
The Central Hotel Dooms.
The Central Hotel being In tho very center
of tho city between the two depots with stteet
ears In trout running to mid Irom nil public
places. Is the cheapen tlist-clxss hotel In tho
city in i. in jijiuiieriiHy. r.iiL'iisn Herman
French Spanish and Holland spoken. ;P-"J-lni
An olllco boy who writes n good hand. Ad-
dress in own handwriting. "L. I.." this olllco.
' Oranges Lemons
Flue Vresli Country Hotter
Is dallv reii'lved at Gilbert's fruit store No. 4
French porcul shirts for $1 liiut
S. DHU-rcCM & Co'8.
If you wont to buy good gold and silver
watches chains and Jewelry eheup go lo the
ITU'lcos sates no. i-.-i comincrco Btrrj't.
And n.itlnfl. in alt colors and ttvle. Pernlnn
lawns nun's veilings In nil ehsdes Just received
at Josko & wins Alamo stroot. a-su-tt
Siieetk.Coiiovan & Cahti.es nio exhibiting
an elegant lino oi grnrs suk umo huu cotton
Our customers and art dealers In sheet music
and inuslo books are lespcctfully lin'onnod
that un have tieen nnnolnted solo airrntg in
Texas for u'l publications of S. Ilranards' Sons
(Cleveland and Chicago) and ure'preii'ireil to
furnish the t.ndo und pro'esslonals with goods
nt liasiern puces uursioca is soon 10 do lu-
cre is"d by thonddltPm of 400) pieces of sheet
miHle und n full line of inuslo hooks not now in
thlsuiurket. FrlcesonaiiDlUmtiou. Our niiinoi.
organs mid generul uiereliaiidlso llrst.clats.
tuning ami repairing uv n nrst-ciuss workman.
Ai.amo Musio House
S30 Commoroo street. Sun Antonio.
A specialty at J Joiko lc Son's Alamo strn t
ncur poslolllco. UCMf
TO t'LBASK THU LADIRS.
Some Notes of Current Styles nnd Fash-
ions that Cannot Full to bo
Opportunities l'rninntcil In Sun Anton
f jr the Good and licouomlcal Dress-
ing of the I'ulr.
Tho Importance of dress to tho fair sox Is nn
admitted fact and in theso days it Is equally
Important that a lady bo dressed not only well
but as cheanlv ns elrriimstanees will admit.
To meet theso demands Is tho aim of Memrs.
H. Mayer & Sons and those who visit their
handsomo storo nt the eornor of Commerce
and Navarro streets will llnd all that thoy ro-
qulio at prices that will suit their purses.
miring uio wecK .Messrs. o. .Mayer .v cons in-
tend ollcrlmr tho tollowlmr articles at such
prices u cannot fall to command a ready gale
and those who need them are advised
TO MAKK AN UAIlt.Y CAM.
iis when they are sold thoy cannot bo dupli-
cated at iitiythluir like the low llguru ut which
tnoy aro now oiroroii.
for ladles and children of irood nualltv. will bo
olleix'd ut from 11) to Wl cents pet iulr. These
nni worth from 23 to 75 cents per pair and in o
t.INF.N CAMIIIIIO IIANIIKKIICIIIKKS
lino quality all pure linen nt Irom fi toW) cents
which eiinnot bo nurchasiMl rniriilurlv for
FICHUS AM) NKCKWRAII.
A beautiful assortment of ties tlxehus col
larettes In all styles and shapes of tho newest
patterns at I rom 11c to SU apiece. For variety
stj le und quality thoy cannot bo surpassed.
II AND llAllrt.
In hand liniu. katehcls. leather anil tliim lmtrn.
it various assortment Is otfered nt K) rents on
me m on uio usual pines iimtau excellent op-
portunity Is presented for obtaining articles or
A new lino of imrusols will then bo opened.
These are froh und now and In all tho admired
styles nnd will bo sold nt prices varying train
20 cents lo $!. A line brocade silk parasol will
bo oirercd at s i whilst an extra large twill silk
parasol will bo attainable for .') W.
The ladles' underwear department Is well
stocked with goods suitable lor all persons of
nny position. They draw particular attention
to chemises which utu marked 10 cents AO
cents. 73 cents mid 1 which can not bo equalled
ut tho price.
uro otfered nt AO cents und upwards and gowns
at nil Imaginable prices. In corsets oxiwrlcuco
has taught them
WHATTIIB I.ADIKS WANT
nnd they have the brands Hint aro sought for
and approved by general wear III tho Northern
clues mere is ino
tho noted "Automatlquer" tho Dlugruphic tho
Itamboo und the celebrated Warner corsets.
Ludlcs should sco these and examine their le-
MM:.N'S AM) WIIITK OOOIIS.
A good lino of 'linens nnd towellngs can bo
rcciin-d. They tako pride In their ussortiiieut
which Is tinenunllcd In nrieu and nualltv. All
linen towels of superior quullty nro sold us low
us $13 per dozen . They run lit up u household
kitchen or bur-room Willi thebu articles ut such
a price as cannot lull to bo satisfactory to tho
Table cloths or all nuallties nnd lint terns. In.
eluding tho celebrated hllvei-burdeied Turkey
Curtulnlmrs of all kinds anil iiiiuIIHch nrnnoiv
on exhibition. Including luce Nottingham
embroldeicd und tuped lac" cuilaiiis nnd nro
marked at low llgures. Hverylhlug ubtnln-
alile In a good linen house will bo lound
TIIUHl'KCIAI ATTIt ACTIONS
which Messrs. S. Mayer & Sons olfer to tho cus-
tomers during tho week but they draw atten-
tion to their lurgo und elegant stock or
Cllll.llllKN'S MISSl-.S AND I.ADIKM IIUKSSKfi.
which are of a desirable character und their
toilet and dress saequos of all qualities unsur-
pusaed in their lino ut prices that will suit ull.
In tho dress goods dcpiii tiuent will bo lound
silk sutliis tilmiiilngs white goods; also lacing
ribbons Illusions und ruchings hi prices und
styles mltablo forall.
One importuiit tcatnre of this establishment
should be boi lie In uiliid. Tho house Is (hilly
receiving new goods In all lines us thoy nppear
in tho market Tills week tliey expect the In-
voice or new dress goods of a cry lino eliumo-
ter und their buyer reports that ho Is for-
warding eleirunt. organdies In tholatcstsutniiicr
patterns. Thoy uro
DAILY WAITINO TUB AHIUVAI.
of tho now French l'attorn huts which will bo
shipped to them Immediately on their arrival
In conversation with al.intiT reporter this
morning Mr. Mayer Informed him that their
business had exceeded the linn's most sanguine
expectations. Their customers aro pleased be-
cause they have only ono p'leo lor ull und
treat ull customers' with civility. Wo Intend
to do till wo run to supply the public wants In
our especial lino and to do what we can to
merit public uppiobutlon.
SIIEKP lOll HALE.
Ono Lot 410 Kwos.
" " tga "
" " icon '
" " 15(10 "
" " lbtIO "
" " :rJU0 Uwcsand Weathers".
" " laOO Muttons.
CHAIIOT MOSS lc CO.
WOOL COMMISSION IIOUSK.
Wo nro prepared to recelvo Wool on consign-
ment making Liberal Advancements on same.
wl-tf San Antonio Texas
Dcslrnblo lino roomed house and two lots for
salo on Augusta str't. Apply to
0-3-4t I'ATTBHbQW Sj CllANDLBIl.
I'htludelphlu hand-sowed shoes for $4 nt
S. Dbutscii Sc Co's.
Curd receivers eiike baskets castors ico
pitcher butters ten sets triple nnd quadruple
platuut-Jl Coiiimeico street Trustoes sale.
Full regular mudo coloicd socks for 25
cents ut S Dbutscii & co's.
Oo to Rhents Oomvnn it Castles for 10000
silk handkerchiefs ami many other special at-
Ask for tho l;8t llrltish hose ever oxlilblted
In San Antonio for 20 cents ut
8. DBUTSCII Sc Co's.
For Rogers sliver plated knivositnd forks
nndtrlpln nnd quurd ruplo silver and plutou
wnregotuTrustcessiilo221 Coiiimcrce etrcot.
. 4-8-1 in.
-Call on S. Dcutscli fc Co. nnd bo convinced
that they mean wluit they sny.
A eholco lot or household goods consisting
or lied-rooni sots pnrlor set dining-room hull
nnd kitchen rurnllure ete. Can bo seen nt
Major Ileun regard's oillce corner Crockett and
Looyu streets Monday morning 4-72t
DOWN GO OUR PRICES!
In order to make room for a Largo SprlngStock now being soloctcd in Now York wo havo
On ninny of ourgoods and the public Is only asked to call and sceo us to bo satlsllcd that
We Mean Business !
All our departments nro complete and you can havo n largo assortment to select from.
J. JOSKE i& SONS : : : ALAMO PLAZA.
Has removed his stock of GROCERIES to
Stotngc of Wool and General Merchandise
EH MS CMS 111 STAT
THREE STORES IN ONE TOWN !
What do You Tliiuk of it Stranger 1 What do You Think of it Citizen
KBWI Hill IIUMW1IIM
.1. M. Kmorson Is tho pioprlctor of Threo Kstnbllshments. Ills Main establishment Is nt
No. 13 Soledad street whoroyou can always get bnrguliis ns ho keeps n litnm Olllco and deals
In everything from a i-iiie Diamond to u pupcrof J'lns.
HIS BRANCH LOAN OFFICE
Under tho nblo management of Jill. l'AItlf DOlI Is oiipoflto Word's Hotel. Jilt. 1)015 Is n
ii'H'iiifi'cturlng Jeweler nnd engmver probably the best engraver In Sun Antonio.
Jilt. DOK ulso conducts a general brokerage business. Jlr. HindHon's
iMTHivvM.TVifw!l.V"S'ii't' s'Eec.'l'loK's ;tci''8.!MUu0 ?loro. under the inanagemcnt of Jilt.
I'.yOl.M. (llNi: A of Switzerland who Is a thorough and competent watchmaker anil who
Is In every wuy worthy of the respect nnd eoiilidenco of tho public. Mil OH.VUVAV will do
strict r n Jewelry business and will also sell forfeited pledges Tram tho Mutu Oillce. Verv
A. A. WOLFF
Our llnols about threo times ns largo ns be-
fore Wo havo made every ctrort to miike this
one of our most popular departments. Look
ut our 50c Kc. and 51 chemises. Skirt with
cambric rulllu tucked nt R."c 7.'e. SI $1 i up
to 810 npleeo. downs ut We. ditto triminvd
with embroidery $1 nnd $1 -1.
For ladles mlses nnd children hlgli-ucekcd
und long sleeves llgh neck und short sleeves
low neck und Khort sleeves.
Embroideries and jLneen.
The Inrgcst slock In tho city nt prices that
ureSi per cent cheaper tlmn others sell them.
1'lno line of Mousqiietulto und Hook I.lslo
Thread iindTutrctri lloc; nil the new shades.
Miiiiih extra lino ellmw mitts the Castor JIous-
quetulre und ull kinds of kids.
HosofromlOe. uptoj:. u pa.r. Wo have al-
ways mado this one of our best departincnts.
It Is positively bettor this season than leforo.
Finest Trunks in the City.
! V.. -.1 ltl.....l... I t.l i ...
All elegant lino or Ladles'
f.-. wide nt UK cents per yard : Lungtry Dress Lnwns W yards for $1.
k All widths mid shinies of Ottoman Uibbons V5 per cent.
etienpor than niiywhcro else.
co7nw7cmn!) ELKCAST LINK OF KUS'S VKILIKC AT 25 ITS. A YAKI).
niercennd Ace-i An Klegunt Lino l'uricy Dress Gingums nt7K. 10 nniUS cents.
quiu Streets. Tho well known brand. Fruit of tho Loom yard wide II cents per yard
THE RUSH STILL. CONTINUES
At SIMON MOItlllS" to show tho puhlio tho latest styles or 015NTH' YOUTHS' ANT)
CIIILDIIUN'S CLOTIUNO. Also tho mot elegunt und complete lines of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
That over was shown In this city both In stylo and prlco.
fnnioand convince yourself. STItlCTLY ONU I'ltlOI! ONLY No trouble to show goods.
No. 44 Commerce Street
the CROCKETT IILOCK on Alamo Tiaza.
San Antonio Texas.
Styles for ull; prices ranging from a-ic. to
S10 00 upulr.
Klcgunt assortment nil now goods stylish
Table JJiiens Towels
Napkins nnd llouwriinilshlng goods. Ourals
by nil iiieuni tho best slock In tho city. Our
reputation tor keeping best linens will bo found
verilled In eer. particular. Our tmdo hi this
department Is increasing wonderfully.
Silks Satinu Dress Goods.
Ijirgo stock low prices. We nro offering nil
silk (Irenudlnes worth SI X at H0c.
For Indies misses nnd children. Clilldrens
white slips with two lows of Inserting ut GOe.
Inrunts while dresses trimmed at 7Se.
Wokceiiubotitajdiireivnt styles lueliiillng
boiiio very well known bnuiih-tho celebrated
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