The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 194, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 13, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
TUESDAY NOVKJIIIKK 13.
Ho) nil tho latest styles In
Dross and Business Suits
Youths Boys Xkd Children
jy"A full lino of gonts' furnishing goods anil
tho finest assortment of ploco goods for our
merchant tailoring department always In
took. We defy competition. Call on ut for
COHEN & KOEXIGHEIH
309 and 311 MAIN fUZA.
Watches Bet and Itegulated
ttr transit observations free of charge by
Btern the Jowcler 2W Coramcrco at. V13-3tn
Until you have seen tho Ono stick of clothing
of l'ancoost & Son. 9Mf
Ihlrts and Underwear.
A very eompleto stock for aalo by l'ancoast
A Bon. K-iS-tf
And look at tbe bargain! offered nt tho mam
uotb clothing houte art and 311 Main plaza.
A fresh supply of Ltttlo Joker tobAeco.
11-13-St A. II I lU.lK Co.
K. L. Ilawks.
AUklndaof lightning rods and fliturcs at
lowest rates. All work guaranteed. U-SMtn
Have Your Te.tU rilled
1)7 Dr. A. J. Smith No. 3d Commerce street
over Qavln'a drug store. lM-tf
Hy Mrs. L. D. Cockrum 609 East Houston
street and northeast corner Alamo plaza. Ac-
commodations Ursl-clase. Terms reasonable.
Try 1 'ancoast
If you want a suit made. He has a full lino of
pieco goods and a first-lass cutter In charge.
For Sunday's supplies as well as for the
balance of the week make a "boo lino" for tho
new store of Hcucrmann- lira's No. 231 Alamo
Texas Employment llureau
And Agency for rooms oulccs bouses etc 20
(east side) Main plaza.
Oysters -Th. llest In the City
Itcotlved dally by Gilbert 4 Houston street.
Zltber Lessous Glreu
lly Professor Adolph Ilrandl Jr. Tho llnrst
parlor Instrument. Terms reasonable. Learo
orders at any of tbe muslo stores. 1031-Sw
Men's Furnishing Goods.
As good a stock of gent's furnishing poods
Ten Dollars l'er Month
Will buy ono of the rcllablo Emerson pianos
Itock the Daby John
And when he goes to sleep go down to Emer-
son's and buy mo that elegant llttlo fcumlo
watch. It Is so chvap solid gold and only f '.").
Is as choice In stylo and material as cuubc
found In any market.
u-SMf Pakcoabt le Son.
At 300 and 311 Main 1'laza
You will find numerous bargains in men's
boys' and children's clothing and gents' fur-
nishing goods. 11-1-tt
Walt for the Wagon
than In any other establishment.
Jack and GUI
Went up the hill and as they came down they
How Doea This l it.
Cohen & Koenlghelm carry tho finest lino of
domestio ud Imported ploco goods and their
merchant tatlorlnir department. In charge of
Proresior ltohland Is nrst-class In every re-
Always on hand to move furniture. Orders
left at S3 boledad street opposlto Court House
will be promptly attended to.
Unless an Accident Happens
Emerson's watches always glvo satisfaction.
AU election beta declared off while Heuor-
mann St lira are oiienlng th.tr stock of
groceries and liquors at No. '1 Ala no plaza.
Any dealer to sell tbe same quality of fine
liquors wines or cigars for tho same money.
H-8-lm llABBT IIacu & Co.
Just Received at tbe City Drug Store
New novelties In toilet artlolcs a full line of
toilet soaps colognes toilet waters and hand-
kerchief extracts line hair tooth and Infant
brushes buffalo and India rubber and Ivory
combs toilet and bathing sponges powder
puffs puff boxes fancy goods etc.
Rosenbaum & IMuer are selling Hats
" " " V " " Valises
i X . . Underwear
Such as Oxfords
14 Cotton Flannel.
ltod Flannel and Merino etc at aston-
ishing low prices. 211 Coininci oo street. Keep's
She Had a Will of Her Own.
"When a woman won't she won't.
You may depend on'tl
And when she wills she wills
And there's aa end on't."
And carrying out this theory tho fair ladles
of the city are evincing their good taste by
purchasing from the frrMh stock or millinery.
dally arriving at tbe emporium of I Wolfsnu
corner of Main plaza and Acequla street. The
latest styles In bats and bonnets wltb the moat
laanionaoie minimum at all prices made a
sneo allv at this mart of fuihlnn Tim mull.
nory department Is plaotd under the especial
management of a lady superintendent of long
experience in the larger cities who la at tho
same tlino sided by a corps of assistants.- Hare
uiugains la siyiisu uiinsry at vvoirsou's.
What the Reporters Learn on Their Tour
Through the City.
Mrs. Frankle Franklin wife of Mr.
George L. Franklin died yesterday.
Maty Ellen tbe Infint daughter of
Colonel W. 11. and Mrs. HamUton died last
The Merchants' Exchange failed to elect
officers last night became of its Inability to
secure a quorum '
The Ladles' German club will give their
first Getman at the residence of Mrs. W. A.
Bennett on Thursday night.
Still another society. The hackmen ate
forming a union and hold a meeting at Suit-
backer & Mattin's stable Wednesday night
Historical names arc frequently In the
Recorder's contt. "George Washington" is
often there "Bobble Bnrns" was up a day or
two ago and this morning "Mark Anthony"
makes his appearance.
Mr. Wright a large sheep oaner now
living In Hays county writes to Mr. P. J.
Moss saying he wilt soon become a resident
of San Antonio. He has bought and will
build upon "Prospect Hill."
The First Step to Matrimony.
F. A. Fiblus has a license to marry Sarah
A. Stow and Philip Zichmmn has taken that
initial step to marry Lizzie Stahl.
It Is currently rumored on the streets that
msny colored employees of the Sunset railroad
will be discharged especially brikenun.
Ycsterdsy the will of the late P. D. Bonnet
was admitted to probate and the gusrdiin of
the estate of Guadaloupe Calderon minor re-
ceived permission to tell certain lands at
public or ptlvate sale.
Married ou Sunday.
Emmett A. West was mariled at the
Trinity M. E. Church on Sunday night to
Lola Stokes the Rev. Falkenberg officiating.
The happy ciuple start life with the best
wishes of their many friends.
The Knt.r-prlslng llurglar.
Louis Wolf of South Laredo street found
his pants on Sundsy morning but $15 was
missing from his pocket. Schwartz's store
was entered and robbed of $8. Both these
depredations are attributed to burglars.
Wanting to l'lay.
The St. Louis Brown Stockings have
offered to play a game with the Sunsets if
proper inducements can be offered and the
matter has now the serious consideration ol
the members of that popular and successful
How He Oot Tired.
Guitav Dresel went to the International
depot to take the train for Monterey. While
standing on the platform some person relieved
him of $75 On discovering his loss he was
as tired as if he had taken a long journey
tins Wills' Residence Robbed.
The bold burglar entered the residence of
Mr. Gus Wills last Fridsy night at 2J Mata-
gorda street and captured jewelry and money
to the amount of about $300. The matter
was kept quiet and placed in the hands ot a
detective but so far so clue has been gained
of the perpetrators of the deed.
It is rumored in the city that the two Roses
have got cfT the single stem and the two
hearts no longer beat as one. The female
Rose is looking after the male Rose but he is
non est. And so soon after the wedding tool
Dead by the Wayside.
Mr. J. M. Deveaux who drives the Pleas-
anton stage between Tleasanton and this cltf
reports that the dead body of n white man was
found by a Mexican near Hlduke's ranch in
Atascosa county. He was lying with out-
stretched hands under a mesquile tree but
who the dead man was cr how he came by
his death the driver did not learn.
Supposed to He Stolen.
Last night Officer Gleason saw some men
near the Sunset depot driving a mare and two
mules. The men escaped and an Ineffectual
attempt was made to pound the stock.
Gleason however traced them this morning
and put them in the pound. The mare and
the mules are branded 14 on the left shoulder
and are supposed to have been stolen.
C. Leonard disorderly $10; Robb dis
orderly $10; Jack Harris failing to stop his
hack when called upon to do so by the police
$5; Jack Saint drunk 5; Tom Dwycr drunk
$5. Mark Anthony drunk $5 ; John Dodd
dijuik Cook drunk and disorderly
iy j umsniae drunk ana disorderly $5;
Simon Fest leaving team alone $5.
He Tapped nil r.epers.
It is pretty hsrd to be hit in the eye by a
man you don't know but it Is very foolish to
plead guilty because you haven't time to stay
when you most probably will get off. J Men-
diola was standing In the variety barroom
when a stranger turned around and "tapped
his peepers" for no csuse whatever. Another
witness bore out this statsmeat and Mendl-
ola who wanted to plead as absve got off.
Alonzj Frible aged 30 years died of
consumption on the nth in the Third ward.
G. Martlnus sged 5 years died of typhoid
fever on the 12th In the First ward.
Mary Ellen Hamilton sged 18 months
died of congestion of the brsin on the 12th
in the Second ward.
Reyes Ilydalgo aged 17 years died on the
1 2th of csrebral congestion In the First ward.
Don't Yea Do It Again.
Two men met on Houston street last night
when one said to the other "Did you call my
boy a son of a !" something say a
lemaledog The other replied indifferently
"Well I don't know perhaps I did" when
the father let out with his left and the other
went down as if a mule had kicked him.
When on the ground the fallen man cried out
plteously "Oh don't hit mc agsin please
don't hit me agsin." The hilter looked at
him contemptuously and passed on his way
merely remarking "Well don't you do it
again that's all.
Items Gleaned In the Hotel Corridors and
Trora Various Other S. areas.
Dr. Sanderford of El Paso is visiting the
Mr. C. E. Rice of Cinclnna.l is at the
J. T. Felton from the Cily of Meilco Is In
Mrs. J.! J. Hlbbctts arrived this morning at
Ihe Maverick from Monterey.
The Little Joker is in town with his sam-
ple box bringing gladness to smokers.
Miss Lizzie Evans Is a charming little
actress and reminds one much of Lotta.
Gus A. Wills a boot and shoe drummer of
Boston has returned to Ihe city for a few days.
John D. Aden a flour dealer of St. Louis
is in the city introducing his celebrated
C. C Gibbs the General Freight and Traf-
fic Manager for the Southern Pacific Is In
Mr T. P. Ochiltree member of Curgress
for the Galveston district Is a guest at the
Mr. Lorenzo Cas'ro has returned after
several months absence in New York and
Colonel John Duval who miraculously es-
caped from the Goliad massicre is in the city
exhibiting samples of ore from his Mexican
C. E. Miner the Western Passenger Agent
at EI Paso for the Sunset and Southern Pa-
cific railway Is In the city receiving the con-
gratulations of his many friends.
Arrivals at the St. Leonard hotel C. F. C.
Dickenson snd wife Tilden; E. R. Godfrey
Jr. Milwaukee Wis ; L. F. Hughes Dallas;
D. II. Moone St. Louis; John Molesworth
J N. N. Shlllito Boerne; N. Eva Houston;
D. Hall Luting; Alex Alpuente J. II. At-
puente Galveston; A. G. Thomas Floresville;
W. II. Harris Marion; W. M. Brook Helton;
Julio Stodrlguir Mexico.
It Is reported that Colonel Huntington will
stop work on the Sunset Mexicsn extension
on the completion of the 250th kilometre
which will be about the 1st of January. Tbe
men will then be brought over to complete
work In Texas. It is also said that he has
bought the Mexican National railroad.
Quite an Hallucination.
Iggle Jackson declared she was frightened
of Louis Clemence as he swore he would kill
her. On being asked why she thought so
Peggy replied it was only because she had
moved her furniture from his house where she
rented a room. As to the pistol matter she
went to his house to fetch some few remaining
articles when he chased her to Mr. Davis'
house with a pistol. No one saw the pistol
but herself. The case was therefore dis-
missed. nulldlug Permits.
Mrs. S. D. Heady lumber dwelling 40x40
west tide San Pedro avenue; $2000.
W. P. Goodloe lumber dwelling 40x40
north side Grsnd avenue ; $1500
Thomas Young lumber addition to dwel-
ling 8x14 east side Mesquite street; $35.
W. II. Outerside & Co. iron dad bath
house and lumber stable and bath room
12x15 "de Santa Clara street; $100.
W. B. Asten lumber stable 14x10 cast
side Avenue B; $50.
Tho Horse Stealers.
Albert Gsrza on trial yesterday for horse
stealing was awarded an additional 10 years
penal service notwithstanding his plea that a
previous sentence of five years barred prose-
cution. He has now 15 years time for rusti-
cation in a penitentiary.
Maro Rodarto was on trial this morning for
steajing a horse atthe Hclotes Ihe property
of Preciliano Flores. The case was proceeding
when the Light reporter left.
IJreaklng Up a Crowd.
With hands in their pockets leaning sitting
reclining in every position can be found
every morning a crowd of idlers around Kal-
teyer's drug store. Many of them lean right
up against the show window keeping the
light out. This must be stopped at any price
thought the clerks but how to do it "there's
the rub." A bright idea occurred to one.
Put amonla in the cellar recess covered by the
grating under the window. It is done and
now watch the result. The loungers outside
aie perfectly Innocent of the clearance project
but in another moment the strong amonla be-
gins to work. They sniff they sneeze they
cough. The clerks inside add more amonla.
The idlers outside begin to move; suddenly
they bresk they run and the sidewalk is
Prepared by Mr G II Kalteyer for tbe I.iout:
Thcrmomotor 7 p.'lm. yesterday 83; 7 a. m
to-dar GO: 1 n. m.. A2. Ilaromcter 7 d. in. vph.
terday S9.B2: 7 a. m. to-day SU.88; 1 p. m. Si 80.
zesieruay me n
mum was 48. 1
lug and cigarette tobacco; Luck smoking and
chewing tobacco. A. 11. i'UiNK Co.
Don't bellove letter It's false. Write again ;
real name; raoet me. I C. W.
Couple largo rooms and kitchen Inquire.
No. A Madlsou strcot.
II. IS. A.
A special meeting is callod for Wednesday
llthlustant at tho ball for consideration of
general business. It. IS. Hond President
Pxvu IltiYxn General becretary. 11-111 :t
Taken up and In tho city pound on coruer
ot Hast and Wust Houston street on the nth
day ot November 1 One bay horse con-
tra branded 0 and branded lit) on shoulder;
one black spoiled oow brandod CP and marked
one under silt In tho right ear and two In tho
left; one black tbreo year old cow branded CP
and marked ono under slit In tbe right car and
two In the left; one spotted steer brandod '..
and marked under alope In tho right ear and
half crop In the lett; one red steer branded
KLcannected and marked croD and under allr.
in the right ear aDd over half crop and under
111 in me ieit. Taken up on novemnoris
1S&1 1 One red roan maro with a bell on
and one sorrel mule each branded St on left
suouiuer wntcn will it not roaeemca be-
fore sale be sold at publlo auction to the
hlirheit blddnr. fnr raih at M nnilnil. at tlm
hour ot II o'clock a. m. on tho 17th day of No-
vember 1883. n 11. lllds less than tbe amount
fixed by ordlnanoe will not be received lor any
ll-U Puil SruiiDBix Marshal.
cloth ttfln'nt'U black and colored rashmeree
and all tho new drcH goods.
Ladies' Cloak Department
now open. A lorgo line of fall and winter
wraps. Newmarkets walking Jackets cloaks
dolmans ulsters and Jerseys Jerseys" "jer-
l'lccllont bargains. H claim tn have tho
largest assortment of black and mourning
dress goods over brought to tills city in nil tbe
Carpets Carpets Carpets.
Wohavo now on exhibition n largo lino of
Hosiery Hosiery Hosiery
WohRvonowR f u.l auortraent of la.llrtV flno
fttlk linaolii all tho newest ftbadca. Mslothread
hnso. In all colore for iniMca and clilldrcn.
Of theso roods wo always carried tbo best an-
sort men t and hall continue to add now
of flttlnff la as froodaa can bo in a do. Wo can
pafely rnjr that we now aro prepared to nmko
and tin I of. drrrs in as Rood style as can bo had
In any Invito illy.
Haas & Oppenheimer.
Try Luck smoking tobacco.
Two thousand loads dirt gravel and rock
for sale nt tbo old Hugo- Schmeltzer building
11-12-lw P. N. Allenswoktii. Contractor
Two good boys wanted about 15 years of
age to make thcmgelvea usoful behind tho
lunch counter at tbo White Elephant. 11-10-31
"Stick a pin hero." Everything new In
groccrksat Heucrmaun 1 llro's No. 1 Alamo
Matresses of hair excelsior cotton orinosa
at low rates at It. l!tcker'e tho llvo furniture
mau. o. 19 uimmcrce sirccx u-v-tr
"Strictly business" In the grocery line from
No. 1 Alamo pi
Hoys' kneo pants at 75 cents and SI por pair
at aou and 311 Jialn plaza. 11-1-tf
Men's booth half-soled nnd heeled for $1.
Ladles' boota half-Boled and heeled at 75 cenu
at tbo Little Uee Hire near Turner ball. If
Smokc;i.lttlo Joker long cut A No. 1.
A good thing to advcrtlso In: Tho I.toliT
Annual ami Guide. Becuro space early -tf
Canned goods meats gcnulno llguors Tor
dnmestle purposes at Hcucrmann i llro's No.
Z!l Alamo plazt.
Ladies' boots made to order at the I.lttlo
Ho Hive near Turner hall Houston street.
Vt'ltchcU's Little Ueo Hive Is not connected
with any other firm In this city.
Accidents may be avoldod by using Hmer-
son'a Patent Polo Tip and Neck Vofcc. 11-6-tf
Children's caiiiiiaoes patent cradles and
lmudsomo suits for bridal presents ut It.
Jlockcr's tho iivo furniture man No. 10 Com
tnorco street. 11-9-tf
A No. 1 long cut Itancbero smoking cigarette
tobacco. A. II. Frank Co.
Anythinq In the boot nnd shoo line made to
nrdor from a man's Inw-miartcr at $J 75 to an
English top boot at tbo Llttlo Ileo lliip neur
Turner ball. 10 2U-3in
Grand opening of fresh stock of groceries
at Hcucrmann & Uro's No. 1 Alamo Plaza.
A wblto servant wanted to do work for a
family or two at Mrs. A. C. tfchrjvor's on
Illgnowltty hill. 1 l-t-3t
To get Inside of a fashionable suit of
clothes well mado and of durable material
without feol'ng that the pocket book In the
pants you ha vo Just sto pied out of has been
emptied ot Its contents Is a sensation of
pleasure that all can mjoy by purchasing an
outtlt from Wolfion's mammoth stock of
clothing hsts boots end shoes aud gents un-
derwear. He bus a half acro's space covered
and piled up with an assortment of ready mado
clothes which will tit all sizes from Tom Thumb
to tho Kentucky giant. Moth the material and
tho make warranted at Wolfson's.
Try Luck smoking and chewing tobacco.
H-li-nt A. 11. Frank .v Co.
A good turner Apply at Kamnmann's
Dwelling bouse corner of Itodrlgues and
Acenula streets. Also room for rent. Inqulro
at (li) North l'loros street. 11-u-tf
Heynolds Dros". shoes aro nlwsjs easy end
Tor tho gold watch andchnln ring and breast-
pin will take place at richoiz's garden Wed-
nesday evening at i o'clock
Two lots In block 11 above Upper Labor
ditch Apply to C. CCupplcs T1 Cominrroo
Opening Streets on "Prospect 11111."
Proposals wanted for cutting and clearing
brush out of streets on "Prospect Hill" by
Sara Maverick or P. J. Moss. 11-10 3t
New Uargalna for October
New two-story cottage 10 rooms city water
uiu Kan ottu reuru a
Now mttairB nt 7 n
water and iriia! im
IloautlfuT residence rock house near post-
olHce for S (10.
nock nouso and corner lot near Coramcrco
can bo bought verr cbrnn.
Plenty of business chances for thoso who
are looking for such places. Call and aco us
Hilton & young
208 West Houston street.
Tbe New York Klevated Railroad
Is u lino thing ; so aro Emerson's (-day clocks.
LOUNOES of carpet rep silk or damask In
Immense quantities aud at way-down prices at
Children and boys' suits S3 $3 S! i and )2 CO at
tho mammoth clothing house ot Cohen &
Sometimes looso on futures. You can get the'
watch or Jewelry they pawned with ICraerson
for half price. 11-8-tf
No. 10 Commerce stroot.
Holiday Goods of Kvery Description.
Asplndld assortment ntO W. llaldwln le
Oj.'s 857 Commerco street
Tbo painter can bo found at Bacon's paint
shop on Ut. Mary's stroot.
Wo aro Offering Great Bargains in
Fine All Wool White Blankets !
Call Early Before They arc Gono.
WOLFF & MARX
(SUCCESSORS TO A. A. WOLFF.)
CORNER OP COMMERCE AND ALAMO STS.
PTNcw store new goods; quick sales small profit. Wo lmvo determined to sell goods cheap
take small gains but turn them over fast. Wu want you to read this advertisement and alse
request nrull from )ou. We otter
100 pieces worsted goods at lOo. per psrd -worth 15c. 50 plocca worsted goods at ISo. per yard-
worth .o. 1U0 ploccs Oeler cloth at 25o.-vcry good value. All woolan-lnch colored cash-
mere at 4do. -they nro worth 00c. Cnmoaoonlt youwnntanyof thom. Viry handsome liner
goods and also some very lino novelties.
BLACK DKESS GOODS.
Our stock Is wo think tho very largest In tho city. Mourning goods of nil descriptions. Wo
want j on to look at only BOo. and COc. all wool cashmeres: such goods woro never before offered
to you. for tho innnoy. In San Antonio; flnergiadcsall prices. Wo will not rcfuso to glvo roil
samples of our black goods. Wo aro afraid of no one.
SILK SA.TITST AND VELATET.
This department has received particular attention and wo offer somo Immense bargains.
Look at our prices: All silk black brocado at Jl tho same goods retail hero at SI AO. All silk
colored brocades ranging from 05c. to two. por yard. Our too. colored satin Is splendid quality.
Largo assortment of black and colored gros grain ottomans etc Wo bavo some Immense
values In black gros grain silks and wo are not afraid to give you samples. As a special drive
we offer 1 pieces black gros grain silk at S5o. worth 1 si.
Towels Table Damasks Ilousefurnishing Goods.
Woenjpy tho reputation of keeping tho largest nnd best stock of linens In the city. Slnoe
we have been in our now building wo havo enlarged our stock considerably and have reduced
our prices very low In order to Insure largo sales. Wo aro Offering for Instance a German
towel 21 Inches wide and as Inches long at 2o. each or WOO a dozen; tho same artlclo is sold
here to day at 10c. n piece. All linen towels 30 Inches long wo offer at L'Hic.
CLOAKS NEW 31 ARRETS WRAPS ETC.
Immense stock ranging In price from K 00 up to J;s DO each. Wo offer these goods oboatwr
and In greater variety than any other house and tho most fastidious wlllflnd something tosult.
Misses' und children a wraps all prices and styles.
WHITE AND COLORE!) BLANKETS.
Wo bought our blanket at tho lato auction sale the largest sale of Itsklnd that ever took place
In the country goods were sold at about OOo. tin fl; blankets that we sold a year ago for S3 we
now offer you at M. lllankcts worth flSa palraronovr sold for 510. You can buy a good pair
of b ankets for $J .Wo havo all kinds and sizes and will sell them 40per cent cheaper thau any
wholesale or retail housn In the city. '
HOSIUtV I HUSlMty I -Our lino has been considerably enlargod. Wo liavo always had the
reputation of keeping tho best goods. Wo havo added a great many now articles. Wo keen
noftnlM It 'romS0-PcrI'ulrupto$j. This Is a very lino department and you should
nitCSS MAKINO.-In connection with ourstora wo havo opened up-stalrs In our building
a Urt'ss Making establishment which Is under the supervision ol MISS l.KHMAN a lady re-
cently from Vienna whero sho has attended to tho toilets ot tho ladles of tho Imperial Court:
wo can recommend her highly as an oiicrt In tho art of Dress Making.
HOOTS and SHOPS Clothing for men. Youths Hoys and Children.
OENTS FUIINISHINO OOODS.-Hero ore all now department and we offer very groat In-
ducements. Wu sell the best $1 shin In thoclty. Wo wantevery manln Texas to try them.
"HF ''W of IlooUnnitShoes aro from the very best manufactors.andlf youbuyonco rou
lluy your Full of Clotlirs of us. Iluy your Underwear of u. Wo will glvo you
Bargains. Hoys suits at Low l'lgures. Call on us for Hats Caps l'.tc.
WOLFF c& VEA5I.
Great Reduction of Prices
-A.T .a. 3:.A.E:3sr &o CO'S
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.
Dealer in Fine Watclios Diamonds and Jowolry
-10 CoiiiinorcoStroot SanAiitonlo
fu"fdhfmornds!1 onlrrttTln a 'Pootaltr. " on bni t Urge stook of Jowelry clocks watcnes
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