The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 182, Ed. 1, Tuesday, October 30, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
Fall and Winter Clothing
I'ur men youths Iwss anil ihlUrcu.
Gents' FarnishiuK Goods.
Hats ran trunks rallses etc.. Wo Invito n
critical inspection or our stock and prices
iruarantcclnir full valuo In every instatco. our
mcrcbant tailoring department uniler tho
tnanairemcnt of Professor ltotiland undoubt-
edly It ono of tha best In tho state Tho most
cloct styles In domestlo and forelirn piece
goods always on hand. A perfect lit truaran-
teod or no sulo.
COHEN & KOENIGHEIM
3X1 and 311 MAIN' PLAZA
Watcl.es Set anil Itegulnted
Mr transit otiserratlons trie of charirx liy
Htcrn tbo Jeweler su Commerce Ht. v-IMm
Sly" rintrorm Is
Kalr square and Lonorablo ilrallnir; eternal
warfare against monoiwlles ami liluli prices:
protection to my patrons. It Is no secret
among my neighbors that I nm worklnir hunt
for business und am untiring In my efforts to
please and I propose laboring In this glorious
cause until I am known by every merchant In
me. piaie. ana my name becomes a nouscnniu
word with all who appreciate low prices relia-
ble goods and well known brands. 1 carry tho
largest variety of cigars and smokers' articles
buyiorcash: no drummers' or partners' ex-
penses and sell at astonishingly low prices
whotesile and retail. A trial will conttneo
you Sim llAliT tho leading tobacconist
Iiuiortitnt f Tux 1'ayers.
For the last few days the City Collector's
office has been filled with people paying up
taxes and the City Collector withes to in-
form the public that to-morrow will be the
list chance for taking advantage of the 6'j
Shot a aiexlcau.
A Light reporter was informed that an old
foreman of Munro's had shot a Mexican in
Mexico over some dispute wounding him
severely and was arrested. Mr. Munro bailed
him out. After a crest deal of trouble he was
tried at San Juan and was acquitted.
A Cluo round.
Some two or three days ago the sister of
young Hickey a painter residing on Acequia
street disappeared and no clue was left to her
whereabouts. This morning her son a little
boy was at the police office when the Light
reporter learned she was heard ol as living
with some family on the Alazan creek.
The taw Forbids It.
One of the trustees of the Locke Hill
school had an interview wilh County Judge
Mason to ascertain why he had stopped the
reading of the bible and the saying ol prayeri
in that school. The County Judge replied
'because the law forbids it." "All right"
responded the trustee. He had come to
kick against the order but had the good
sence to acquiesce in the law.
E. Wehrlin lumber kitchen 12x14 ouih
side Camsrgo street; $235.
A. Kublolo lumber dwelling 31x20 east
side Medina street; $350.
Rafael Vela lumber dwelling 24112 west
side Concho street; $400.
J. Tucker lumber fruit stand 20x10 south
side Commerce street; $150.
Churchill beating and striking $5; W.
Drown soliciting passengers at the depot $5;
II. Basset throwing stones $5; J Sweeney
drunk $5; V. Campos drunk and down $5;
V Hill careless driving $5; S. Peper va-
grancy $5; Arnet drunk and down $5;
Sarah Jefferson beating and striking $5; F.
Oastrlng Immoderate driving $5.
San Antonio has grown so rapidly since the
adoption of the postal delivery system that
Mr. G. B.Clspp of Burlington la. Postoflice
Inspector of the Carrier and Delivery system
now visiting the city has decided to recom-
mend the Postoflice department to allow an
additional letter carrier for this city. This is
a step In the tight direction for more carriers
This morning Miss Addle McGill of Ban
dera Texas and Mr. Charles B. Slevin of
St. Paul. Minnesola. were nnttr.l In ll.
of matrimony at n nuptial mass performed by
the Rev. Fatker Johnson In St. Mary's
church. Captain and Mrs. McGlllandr.enrr...
McGill were present. After the ceremony
me nappy couple retired to the Menger hotel
where they have been stsvinu with the hrWe'i
relatives. They leave for a trip North this
ancrnoon whither the best wishes of the
J Jght attend them.
"The Illrcli Applied Love Died."
Benjamin Franklin Jefferson the hand-
some a gay Lothario "who may very wel'
pass for 43 in the dust with the light behinc
him" has excited the iealousr ol his wife
Benjamin was carryioc on a la Romeo and
Juliet with two ladies of his acquaintance not
on a ladder though but on the ground which
permitted his wile the easier to carrv out her
intention of castigating her dear better hall
wilh a board and pounding his bead with
rock. The law plastered the husband
smarts with a $5 fine.
1 (lleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
From Various Other Sources.
. V. Bcrraln. of St. Louis. Is at tho
Judge A. Ware from Kaaio Pass. Is at tho
Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Itandolnh. of Idrodn. aro
guests at the Maverick.
Mr. Wade Hamnton. arrived at tho Maverick
this morning from Corpus Christ!.
(Irnnrat C. II. Smith. IT. S. A. of Tort Clark.
took dinner at the Monger yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. llndiri-a and rami r. of
Knclnal Texas are guests nt tho Mcngcr.
Mr. ftlnwart.nn-nmnan M ir l.or a alnr. .Mrs.
Itoblnson daughters of Colonel Ilutchlns of
Houston aro at Mrs. Bapplngton's.
Arrivals at tho St. Leonard Hotel: Illubb
Ilbbcrson. Kort Davis: 0 I P. J. Mnullon
Crockett county: M.J. Cox Itrarkctt: (Icorgo
Decker s. nerron illo drando curt wiuiain
Meyers Uoernc; John It. Lyons Helena; Jno
J.Marsba'll Wilson Texas: L. II.'NccIi fow
llraunieis; j. u. 310ms liou unurcmu cuyj
James Van Ittncr. Ilexsr county: James M.
Sheltlelil Keguln; James Draper city.
What tlm Importers Learn 011 Tlielr Tour
Through the City.
AMennan Nfffoil hnd n man arrested this
morning for stealing tools.
- The lurr caso In tho C. T. Watson trial
comes olf on Thursday morning.
The namo of I lie nartv whore car was b t off
In a llgbt wo aro told la l'uller.
To-morrow Is Hie last day on which the
citizens ctin sccuro discount on their taxes.
Mr. Churchill was fined 5 this morning for
knocking down a prominent professor In this
Has tin' hntit V that Is built nn Wash nirton
square got a tin roof or Is It outsldo tbo flro
-A irentlFinnn nf this cltr Is In txmoaslmi of
a 20-frano piece dated 1H13 stamped with tho
ucou 01 mo grcni inpoieon
Mrs. .1. H. nnldaniltli. nf tho Vamtev e.
has been iafcly ilellvcied nf a scry fino dnugh-
tcr.and as n result Mr. Iloldsmlth Is raised
unto the seventh li.-iiven.
-Otllcerenk found Solomon I'enor "dream
ing the happy hours awny" not beneath tho
yen tree but fn tbo cellar at tho hack of the
White Klcpluint. Hnawnko to reality In Cap-
tain Bharilcln'a boarding houpe.
A Sail Tate.
A waiter named Demmeree died this morn
ing near the Sunset depot from exhaustion
due to the excessive consumption of opium.
lie had taken as much as 40 cents worth per
day and was so debilitated that he could not
retain food on his stomach. The deceased
will be interred by the cily during the day
W. Hill appeared before the Recorder this
morning on a charge of careless driving. The
defendant pleaded not guilty. The first wit
ness stated he was driving his buggy down
Houston street yesterday. Just near the
switch a wagon slopped the way. He drove
on to the track to pass the wagon when he
saw the car coming. He made motions to the
car driver to stop at 50 yards distance but the
latter did not put on the break until right up
to the buggy consequently they collided and
the buggy was broken.
The conductor ol the car said they were
going at the regular speed the buggy was off
the track and there was room for the car to
pass but the parties in the buggy turned the
horse right on to the track before the car had
time to stop. A fine of $5 was imposed by
TWICE SHOT AT.
It Looks Like an Act uf Vengeance Jlut
the Ilullets Miss Tlielr Mark.
Last night Captain Charles P. Smith's
gardener driving along the rock quany road
observed some Mexican children whom be
at once recognized as the children of a man
whose brother had been arrested at his in-
stance and who is now in prison for horse
stealing. On his return home at about the
same spot a bullet whistled from the bushes
went through the carriage and grazed his
head quickly followed by another shot which
passed in close proximity to his person;
quickly jumping down he held the terrified
horses with one hind and with the other fired
repeatedly into the bushes in the direction
from whence the shots had come. After 10
minutes hid expired and hearing no sound
he got Into the carriage and drove home. Cir-
cumstantial evidence strongly points to the
brother of the man now in prison. This
same gardener has bclore been molested by
Mexicans who gagged and robbed him when
he stabbed one of them. Since then he has
never been sale.
Ileal Lstate Transfers. .
Amanda I. Dignowity to Austin Morton.
lots 3 and 12 block A out of original sub-
division of city lot 2 range 5 district 1 east
of the San Antonio river; $200.
J. A Chavez et all. to Louis I.avfr 11
acres land as described in Ihe probate book
I page 230 to 335; also d v s on 2. con.
tsining i acres.
B. R. Ssppineton to lohn Edo. Ir.. lots 11
and 12 out of original town lot I Ironting on
uarcdo street; $500.
Amsnda J. Dignowlly to Solomon Eraus
lots 13 and 34 block 4 out of original sub.
division of city lot 21!. south of ranee 1. dli.
trict 4 west ol San Pedro creek; $15.
Howard (.arner to Mary Hartsell lots 24
25 and 26 block 4 out of original subdivision
of city lot 141 west ol San Pedro creek; $5.
Francisco Kuiz to T C. Frost land bounded
by Commerce street on the north and extend-
ing from the northwest corner of Main plaza
in a westerly direction; $2800.
Fifteen genuine Sioux Indians who are
seeing Gotham amuse the people at a hotel
by eating wilh their hands and dressingly out-
landish. As they wear silk hats they think
they are civilized. This is a very common
mistake among other people besides Indians.
The editor of a weekly paper at llucyrus;
Ohio vehemently denies the report that he
has lost $8000000 in Wall street. He says
he views with alarm the tendency of the daily
press to exaggerate the news of the day. He
bought one chip in a faro game put it on the
ace and lost and that is all the foundation
there is for the slanderous statement concern-
ing him and his fortune.
It is stated that a Texas hen sat for three
days on a nest full of hilstones before she dis-
covered Out they were not eggs. The fun-
niest part of the dory is that she didn't hatch
out an ice hmim np tin lt.it n.Pk.. .v..
Texas lisr was not enjoying good health.
Tho proof of the pudding Is not In chowlng
the! VlT'di mlhV'nf.an opportunity 10 tost
Uynkl' druggists havo free trial bottles of
arid alerv n f 1 ii 1 15 ' V' 1 cac"
Colds Asthma Consi"nptlon or any Lung
We Take I'Uasure to Inform the Ladles
That wo have engaged expert dress
makers and wo nro prepared to tako orders for
tho most fashlonablo dremes at reasonable
rates andguarantco good work and iKjrfcct lit.
All work clone at our establishment at short
notice. Wo have spared no expense In lilting
up rooms for tho convenience of our lady
patrons. A. IIi.um & KoisiuoanciKii
Corner Commerce nr.d Navarro Ms.
SAW Antqxiq Scptciube r I. 1W3. o-K-tf
Tho tambert & lllchanlson dramatic com-
pany opened tho season at tho opera house
last night to a fair audience. Tho play was
JohnTobin'a comedy entitled "TI10 llon-y-moon."and
tho peats or laughter that greeted
tho excellent acting of MIm .1 ulla Illake Harry
Itoblnson and Chnrlos ( lllchardaon wore tbo
best poaslblo vviilcnco Hint their clforta
wcrolully appreciated by tbelr auditors. The
company Is cry evenly balanced and well
adapted to the production nf comedies of tho
etMlhal IIcmhjs. To-night the bill will bo
I.viCasslwcro suits worth tl. at S 12 fin.
rid dozen shirt waists worth 00. at lc.
W dozen children's shoes worlh Wto at 2c
M dozen chlldren'a shoes worth IVicat fiOc
Wld07enoMltircn's shoes worth 91 at 73c.
Ml dozen blue linen shirts worlh it Ml at SI.
M dozen blue llgurcd shlru worth J 1 i at J 1.
lift dozen fancy pcrcul shirts worth SlAU.at $1.
M dozen whlto shirts linen bosom worth
II Ml atMc.
12 dozen Poller luco kid gloves worth Jl 50
gAdozeti mousiuctn!ro k d gloves worth
JIM at UHi.
Cull and examine tho goods. Wo uro bound
to give y ju the lowt st llgurcs.
KlIANK'H ALAMO STOIIK.
w ItArgulns for October.
New two-story cottage 10 rooms city water
ami gns nan reuro nvcuiic !'
llcautlful residence rock house near post-
Hock tiousoand corner lot near Commcreo
street; J law.
llou.o and two lots on Frio street PI'st
warn rnronu lis.
A llrst'Ctass restaurant dolngn lino business
van bo bought stry cheap.
Plenty nt business chances for thoso who
nrc Icoklng for such places. Call and sco us
wo can sun you in tiuuoai iinyining.
Sly Assortment of Knit floods
Comples everything from 11 babs hood to
a lady's coat will sell to suit everybody nt
10-aMf (1. II. 1'iiANK's Alamo Store.
to the LimiTollleo.
For rent nt Oul South l'rcsa street tiy
111 ITT-lt Mils. M. J. I'l'itu.
Skirts I Skirts I?
The finest and cheapest of llannc). felt cas
slmcre satin and knit skirls fur ladles misses
and children In thoclty at
10-ai-tr U. II. 1 hank's Alamo Store.
A fow good boarders llcautlful rooms; west
side of rau I'cpro springs next door to Dr.
Llllolt North f'lorcs street. lO-sr-IIt
For Vour JulIt Jllunkcls
Hnd spreads go to (1. II. Frank's Alamo stoic.
I Defy Competition
in prices in Ladles and MieSffl ulsters clnsks
dohnnns and circulars. (I. II. Frank's Alamo
A boy or girl to learn tho printing businens at
tho rnlon Land ltcglsler lloerue. 110-31-tf
Damago lly Frost.
In order to escaoo tho hltehtlnir effects of llio
first frosts oruvldo yourvclf with medium and
Elegant furnished loom for gentlemen ltefcr-
ences required; IKM Navarro street cipnoslto
Fifty nieces colored Canton llanncl nil
ltosenbaum & tlaucr aro selllug Hats
"t u "i '. ballses
Such as Oxfords
lteil Kluniiol HTi.l Merino etc.. at intoii.
lshlng low prices. 1. Coiuuiorcu street. Kecp'H
shirts mado to order.
The Art of Dress Making-.
Wo havo In our eninlnr Madamo 1'arrcll. lost
from the fashion ccntrn of New York City
who has shown by herelegantcostumcs which
sho has made In tho pust two weeks that she
inucoiiipuicuiucsigucrana urupcr ao. sxyio
of tilting Is as good as can bo mado. We can
safelvsuv that wo now aro nrenared tn tnnkn
and tlnlsh drcsws In as good stile as can bo hud
In any largo city Haak (Htcniikimeii.
Twcnty-flvo dozen boy's waists at cents
each at O. II. Frank's Alamo storo. 10-Ltltt
Men'h nno-ra half-soled and heeled for $1.
Ladles' boots half-soled and hcolcd at 75 cents
at the Littlo lieu Hive near Turner ball. tf
I am offering ono lot of 10-4 whlto blankets
at $1 40 a plo-e sold elsewhere for $3 a). (1 II.
Prank's Alamo store. lOSU tf
A good thing to advertlso In: Tho LimiT
Annual and utiinis. Socuro space curly t it
Just received an lmincnso assortment of
hand mado l'hlladelnbla shoes lor Ladies
Misses and children. Como und price them bo-
lero buying clsuwhcro. tl. It. Thank's
10-25-tf Alamo Storo.
ItrmuEii shoes coats hats and all kinds of
rubber goods; also thu celebrated Fish brand
oil slicker at Sheets Corrovon & Custles.
LAmca' boots mado to order at tha Littlo
Ileo lllvo near Turner hall Houston street.
Hallroad tickets bought sold and exchanged.
Iteduced niton to all points at Harnett's ticket
vlllco In Blm Hart's clgarstore Main plaza.
Ton pieces hack coshmero at 2J cents.
10 pieces black cashincroat.il cents.
10 pieces black all wool at 41 cents.
10 Pieces black 40 Inch wldo extra fluo ut 00
cents. Immonso lot of colored cashmere from
! cents a yard up. (1. II. Frank's Alamo
Anytiiinci in the boot and shoo lino mado to
order from a man's low-nuurter at $.1 70 to an
Kngllsh top boot at tho I.lttlo Ileo lllvo near
Turner hall. la-Sty 3m
At N. Wlutlier'.-
Now ort gallery All Houston street tho finest
of photographs at rcduocd rates. Cards Jl;
aud cabinets t per dozen batlslactlon guar-
anteed or money refunded. '0-4-tf
Order Your Groceries
From Qcorgo & Bullenhergor 407 Houston
street and get; new Iribh goods promptly de-
lthodlus A Tempsky
Employ two flrst-class piano workmen to re-
pair pianos. Call oil them u
Ten Dollars l'er Mouth
Will buy ono of tho reliable Umerson pianos
fromThos. tiogguu& liros. No. t!50 Commerce
Shirts and Underwear
A very complete stock for aula by Pancoast
Hawks & Ituunels
All kinds of lightning rods and fixtures at
tho lowest rates. All workguaranteed.tl0-15.ini
Tho painter can bo found at Bacon's paint
shop on Bt. Mary's street. 10-10-tf
Men's Furnishing Goods.
As good. stools of geut'a furnishing goods
ojcauLefouullntboHtate for fall and wlu.
tor at I'aaceast JL Son's. IV-LM
Wo shalt exhibit a cliolco assortment of la-
dles' sulta in silks brocade velvet ladles'
cloth flannels. Mack and colored cashmeres
and all the new dress goods.
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A Innro linn nf fall nnt wlnOr
wrapi NcwmArkctn walktnirjicket cloaks
ilolmnnR. til Mom and Jernpyn "Jerneyi" "Jer-
ojV for Indies' mlMcs and children at all
tho H)puIar prices.
droM nods ever brouirltt tn this cily In all tho
now sliudcs and kinds of ottoman chtnlot
Armurs foule etc.
Carpels Carpets Carpets.
Wo havo now on exhibition a largo lino of
oil clntha etc.
Hosiery Hosiery Hosiery
Wo have now a full avortment of ladle fino
llk horn In all tho newest shudes. LfalothrcHtt
hone. In all color? for .nltfHr and children.
Of tticKORoodi wo always mrrlcd tho heat as-
sortment and shall (uiitlnuo to add new
that wo aro about to tidd to tmrlmuHiisc dry
Roods establishment a llrst clus
sm Haas & Oppenheimer.
a 11 1 1
Have opened a branch ol their Galveston
house nt 2 o Commerce street San Antonio
and have the largest stock ol pianos organs
sheet music; strings and musical instruments
of any house in the cily. They are Slate
agents for the world renowned Steinway
and the lavorite and popular Emerson pianos
and sell the same as well as all other goods
in their line as cheap as any louse North or
South Thos. Coggan & Uros. sell pianos and
on such small monthly installments that every
family can afford to buy one. 9-25-3111
JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY
Ami Nltlit Watch Ilendqunrters Sail An-
Olllcc rooms No. 11 and It Uevlno building
No 21 and 'M oledad street. I am now prepared
to tako chargo of and handlo ail lcgltimato
dctectlvo business In all Its branches and re-
spectfully tender services irrull cases requiring
careful and skillful Investigation. Also watch-
men furnished for banks stores railroads
cotton compresses privato houses etc. All
business and prlvato matter will receive prompt
attention and ho treated strictly confidential.
Collections mado In all parts of tho Stato und
United States. UlSco telepbono 311 rcsldcneii
tclcphone313. Captain William Jackson.
10-ltt l'roprletor and Manager.
Wall l'aper nt Iteduced Trices.
In order to mako room for a largo stock of
wult paper and painters' material wo will soli
our present stock of Wall Taper ut greatly re-
duced prices. Anyone In need of anything In
our lino wllldo well tn cill on us lieloro buy-
lug. HkVieuk.V Tlkkis
10-U-tt S'.'l ljl Houston street.
Money to loan by Hilton & Young. 10-10-tf
Is as cholco In stylo and material us can bo
found In any market.
IMMMf TANCOAST & SOS.
lly Mrs. L. II. Cockrum COD Last Houston
street and northeast corner Alamo plaza. Ac-
commodations tlrst-claso. Terms reasonable.
A good boy to carry a horso routo. Good
wnges and steady cmplo) incut. Apply at this
The Largest Stock
Of clothing In tho Stato for fall und winter
Just in at Tancoast& Son's I'-Mf
Texas Kmployinent Hureati
And Agency for rooms olUccs houses etc 20
(east side) Main plaza.
Call on L. Trunk
For lap robes blankets and an) thing tu tho
saddlery or harness line wheroyou can secure
tbo sumo at prices lower than elsewhere. 25-et
Always on hand to rnove furniture. Orders
left at S3 Holcdad street opposlto Court House
will be promptly attended to.
lMI-tf Junius Mean.
25 per cent cheaper than elsewhere at Frank's
Alamo store. 10-0-tf
Oysters -The llest 111 the City
ltccclved dally by Gilbert 4 Houston slrci t.
Four Ilulldlni; Lots for Sale.
Lots 3 37 38 block 7 original subdivision
block l.rj rango I district 4 ou Alazan creek
lino location luqultoof
ts-SMl Hos.icK & Newton.
If you want a suit mado. Ho has a full lino of
pleco goods and a flrst-class eutter In charge.
Until you havo scon tho flnostcokof clothing
of I'ancoaet & Son. U-iM-tr
If you wolgh loss than a ton goto Sheets
If you say you nover can find a pair of pants
or a suit lu tho storo to lit you Just try Sheets
Corrovon and Castles'
lthodlus & Teinpsky
Havo a large stock iOf renting pianos. Chcup
News Hooks Statlouery and Varieties.
Full supply of ofllco stationery printers
Come aud See
my assortment of walking Jackuta and you
wiU 1 u re I j- bay (1 U. t'rauk'i AJaiuo aturu.
We uro OH'oring
Fine All Wool
Call Early llcf'oro
WOLFF & MARX
(SUCCESSORS TO A. A WOLFF.)
CORNER OP COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS.
ttr Now otcrp now (food;; quick nmoll profits. Wulimo determined tn noil troodsofaoap
tako small k at tin but turn them ocrfnt. Wo want rim to road this advertisement and also
rtqutttatiill front) ou. Wo otter
100 plooos worle'l ennds at 10c. per pard worth He. M plocos worsted (roods at Via ior yard
worth 2.V. 1(K) ploci's (iolstcr cloth ut iH3. very jfDod value All wool Oft-lnch colored cash-
mere at 40o -they aro worth 00c. Como soon If you want any of them. Very handsome Hnor
goods und nNo some very lino novelties.
BLACK CRESS GOODS.
Our stock If wo think tho ery UrKest In tho city. Mourulntr poods of nil descriptions. WV
want you to look at only Hio. and fiOo. all wool cahtncrt's; such k'mIs wcro never tuiforu otfercd
toou. for the money lu Hit. Antonio; llnerffiaitesall piieca. Wo will not refuse to give ou
samples of our black Roodi. Wo aro arraid of no one.
SILK SA.TIN" A1STJD VELVET.
This department has recehed particular attention uud wo offer ionio linmM.rW bartralns.
Look at our prices t All silk tilack hmeadout $1. thu same irood retail hero at SI 50. All silk
colored brocades raniritifr from (Vc tol0c. per yard. DurWe. colored satin la splendid quality.
LariroHMortnientot tilack and colored uroa uralr. ottomans etc. Wo havo somo linmentMj
values In tdack pro Km In silks and wonro not afraid to kIvo you simples. As a special drive
wq otTcr 4 pieces black trron rraln silk nt Hoe. worth $1 'Si
Towels. Table Damasks Ilousefitriiishing Goods.
Wo cnjiy tho reputation of kccplnir tho larvcst und beot stock of Unons in tho city. BInco
wc hato trcen In our now bultdlnir wo Imvo culinrod our stock conoldcratily anil have reduced
ir prices cry low in order to insure laru
day ut Uc.
CLOAKS xNEW 31 Alt KETS WRAPS ETC.
Immense stock rnnitlntr In prleo from Vi 00 up tnlVi 00 each. Wo offer tlicso troods cheaper
nnd lu Ktvatcr arlety than any other homo und tho most fastidious will Hnd something to suit.
Misses' and children's wrap ull prices nnd styles
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS.
Wehouttht our blankets at the lato miction sate tho largest sale of Its kind that ever took place
In tho country triMds wero sold at about one. on Jl; blankets that wo sold a year niro for $5 wo
now offer you at S3. Itlankcts worth $15 a tmlraro now sold for $10. You can buy a (rood pair
of blankets for $3. Wo havo nil kinds and Bizet und will hcH them 40 per cent cheaper than any
wholesale or retail houso In thoclty.
IIOIKHV I HUSIKKV 1 -Our lino has been considerably enlarged. We have always had tho
reputation uf keeping tho best (roods. Wo havo added u irrcat many new articles. Wo keep
hosont all prices Irom tfo. per pair up to$5. This is n cry II no department und you should
not miss It.
DRESS MAICINO. In connection with our ntnro wo havo opened up-stalrs lu our bulldlnjr
a Dress Maklmr establishment which Is under tho suin'rvlslon ol MIHS M.IIMAN a lady re-
cently from Vienna where she has attended to tho toilets of tho ladles of tho Imperial Court;
wo can recommend her hhrhly asancxitcrt In the art of Dress Maklutr
HOOTS nnd KlIOFrt. ClothlnK for men. Youths Hoys and Children.
(iF.N'Trf I'tntNlMlUXd aDODS.-HeroarouIl now dep-irtmcuts and we offer very irrcat In-
ducements. Wo sell the lest $1 shirt in thoclty. Wo want every man in Texas to try them.
Our stock of Hoots and Hhoea uie from tho very best inanufactors nnd If you buy one you
liny your Pult of Clothes of ut Iluy your Underwear of us. We will clve you
II ji renin liny Hultsat Low Vlgurc. Cull on us fur llttts Cups Kto.
WOLFF & M-P:.
Great Reduction of Prices
JiJT -A. KZ.X3I2Sr cSc cos
Lonsdale Cambric 9 cents per yard; Fruit of the Loom
one yard wide 9 cents per yard; Bleached
Sheeting 14 yds. $1; Bed Ticking 5c
KNICKERBOCKER PLAID DRESS GOODS
20 YARDS FOR $1.00.
Splendid quality black kid gloves 75c. per pair and every-
thing else in our line at greatly reduced prices.
Si 10 Commerce
m"ePUlarm?uds? """""'"If lcclUy. lias
Great Ihirtfiilns iu
Tlioy arc Gone.
sales. o are oncrlnjf tor instance a Herman
Street San JAntonlo
cm Imnd a larKo stock of jewelry oloks.(waten.s
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