The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 312, Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
.Slock mutt be reduced
bcforo January 1. Unlit
pay you to examine our
GOODS ami MUCKS.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
You will bo surprised to
tco how cheap you can
BUY WINES I.IQUOIIS
and CIOAUS before ire
HARRY BAUM CO.
Sari Antonio Texas. Monday. December 29. 1884.
Vol IY. No. 312.
Ten Cents a "Week
MAKE THEIR NOMINATIONS SAT-
Mcrrltt tor Mayor Huston tor ne
eorder Haucisen for Collector
Nelson for Commissioner.
COLTON & BOLTON
AUCTIONEERS 0 COMMISSION MERCHANTS
404 EAST HOUSTON STREET SA1I ANTONIO TEXAS.
tpi" Second-hand Furniture Nought anil Sold. Particular attention given to
Outside Sales. Satisfaction guaranteed mid consignments solicited. K-saSm
J. i-i. harquartT
-lnoiimrroit ok nit:
And Dotilor In Loathor nnd Finding? Wholosalo and Retail.
My stock Is superior to
imnii made goods to he
oner is lor I no next u
Will sell you u Hoot or Shoo Home and Hand Made.
any In tno state. Ten tiioitsanii Hollars worm or ready I
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This
uays. inn cany ami uo convinced.
Flno Custom Work a Spocialty. No. 17 Solodad st. op. Courthouse
Fish Oysters and Game
8l:UVM AT Al I. HOflW AT TUB
CRYSTAL RESTAURANT NO. 10 SOLED AD STREET.
Xcxt to Illlllo & Joe's. First class Family l'arlor Attached.
JOEMENY - - - Proprietor.
t prejtnred to do Gold Sitcrr ami Xiclel Plating nt veil
cheaply as can be done Kant Old tcare rrnlated. Our
Tlio meeting was called to order by
Sam C. Dennett who stated the object
of tho meeting In a few brief remarks.
For permanent chairman DenMaucr-
mann and Sam 0. Ilcnnett.wero placed
In nomination and Dennett was chosen
C. ltunge W. D. Smith and Charles
Saucr were selected as Secretaries.
On motion of 0. W. Ogdcn the roll
was called those present answering to
C. K. llrcnncman moved that the Do
publicans and Democrats separate to
the right and lctt of tho house.
arothauj Whcro will Drenncman bo
seated? Oreat laughter.
E. II. Terrell then arose and rend the
following report of tho committee:
Resolved That It Is the sense of this
joint committee often that nominations
by the Committee of Ono Hundred for
city olllcers shall be as far as possible
fairly distributed between the t v. o politi-
cal organizations and that the candi-
date nominated for Mayor by tho Com-
mittee of Ono Hundred snail be ex-
pected. In making his appointments un-
der the city charter to select persons Ir-
respective of politics and for the best In
terest oi I no city.
Jtcsolvcd. That It Is the sense ofthls
joint committee of ten that the basis of
representation In the Committee of One
Hundred shall be CO votes to each side
and that fit votes shall bo necessary for
nomination of nnv candidate.
E. II. Tkiiiikll Chairman.
W 11. .Maveiiick
C. W. Onnr.x
Ueniiv 1'aulv Committee.
The report was adopted.
Nat Lewis and L. V. Madaraiz wero
appointed Sergeants-at-Arms who pro-
ceeded to nrrange the delegates In ac-
cord with Mr. llrenneman's motion.
The roll was again called and AO Dem-
ocrats and CI liepuhllcans answered to
Xewcomb moved that all members of
the press present be invited to scats.
Motions were made by Terrell Pauly
Grotbaus Mlnter Story Ogden Mcrrltt
and l'aechal each consuming time with
speeches and the motion carried to pro-
ceed to nominations and that each side
bo allowed only CO votes.
X. O. Ureen nominated C. II. Mcrrltt
for Mayor seconded by Charles Ogden.
Henry Dlgnowlty nominated W. IE.
Story seconded by L. 0. Qrothaus.
Jay Mlnter J. S. I.ockwood Henry
Eltnendorf nnd William iloelllng wero
First Dallot Democratic votes : Story
27 Mcrrltt 32 Dennett 1.
Republican votes: Merrltt 25. Story
21 Ilolton II Terrell I Groos 1 King I
DOE ENOELKE 211 Commerce Street.
Mo Table is Complete Without Wine.
ItKTAlI. DElMIITMENr 01'
J. Ronse & CO.
Al POWERS OF WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Hill ll'iuilon Street Sun Antonio Teiiu.
Charles Ogdcn moved that an execu-
tive committee of 1.1 three from each
ward be appointed to select candidates
.Merrltt moved that the chair appoint
an executive committee of ten to call
I meetings for Aldermen In each ward to
supervlso the campaign and call tlio
meeting two years hence. Carried.
Tho chair then appointed tho follow-
I X. O. Green J. II. Kampmann W. M.
r.ugar u. it. iiasnien 1.11 noiuia j v.
Cresrnn Henry Klmendorf (). A. Duer-
er vtiuiam iloelllng 111.. negcner.
Charles Oirden moved that tho mem
bers of this committee of 100 meet in
their various wards and inako nomina-
tions for Aldermen. Carried.
Sam C. Dennett was chosen as Cha r-
man of tho executive committee and
tue meeting men aujourncti.
natch of Tramps Qunrretu-
.V large list of mourners appeared be
fore Ills Honor Recorder Callaghan this
morning and received tho following
l'rank atson leaving team alone
Mnttlo Hardeman being n vagrant
Kelly careless driving nt International
and Great Xorthcrn depot by backing
his hack Into another hack fined $3.
Dinah Duct striking I.lna Epp win
Gcoriro Stark drunk nnd disorderly.
i hernias St 1 csev. Char es Schrolnor
and Frank Murray drunk $3 each.
I.nura Drennan. vairrunt. S3 or llvo
ucorgo Turner insultinir langttntre
to Mrs. Coggcshall was dismissed.
Dotli families llvo In tents near
tho Lone Star brewery and Mrs. Cogco-
shall is a pensioner on tho city. Her
little girl was going over to the brewery
for some beer and hnd a quarrel with
Turner's children nnd tho parents be-
catno Involved In tho quarrel.
junn jiitisto insulting language lined
i. 1'. Martinez il sultlnir lnniruniro.
J. C. Stein drunk nnd disorderly $3.
Henry Xance. usIiil' ubuslvo lancum.'?.
.Nelson Chanmnn. vairrnnt. S10 nr 30
days. Chapman Is 11 colored man whom
lorilinlvu Invite I lo ln i t 1
1 fined I
I (JOOIM IIDI.IV-
cleti'jlio number h :M.
J. RONSE & CO.
Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars Worth of
Clothing to be Sold at a Saerafiee.
The weather so far lias been very favorable hut bad for the clothing business.
Wo have a largo stock and wo do want to dispose of It.
Wo hnve put tho knife In those goods.
THEY SHALL THEY MUST GO !
Dclow we mention a few lots of some very pretty suits. Seo the reductions we
have made call on us nnd you w 111 llnd that we mean business :
Dark-mixed Gents' Casslnet Suits were $ 0 00 now S 4 CO
Grey-mixed Union Casslmero Suits wero 7 Co' now 6 UO
I'ln-chcck (nil wool) Cusslmere Suits were )2 Co! now 0 CO
Ail i) ooi neuvy iiinKoiiui nuns uom irocK nnu sncK coats. . 15 (10 now 10 76
u 11 uui im ii.ia.-u aims "ere... U W. HOW
Grey-mlxed Cassimero Duslness Suits were 10 00 now
Drown Corkscrew Duslness Stilts were 23 Co' now
Xnvy Hlue Scotch Cheviot Suits were 22 00 now
fine rasuionauie nam suits wero 21 00 now
Hne Imck Diagonal I'rock Suits were 30 00 now 2100
Hoys' Suits from 4 to 12 years from S CO to S7 CO
youths' Suits from 11 to 17 years from "53 75 to 50 00
Call soon and get a prime choice. This is
a genuine offer and no humbug
WOLFF & HARX.
235 Commerce St.
San Antonio Tex.
M U SIC STO R" E
rasr-Agents for Knabe A Co. New England I'ianoCo.nnd Christie & Sons' plnm
Ithlca Organs. Latest sheet muslo always on bond. Call nnd see them.;
was no choice
Second Dallot F. Oroos J. 1 1. Dolton
K.H.Terrell nnd F. 1'. Hord were put
Itennhllcan votes: Storv 10. Merrltt
21 Dolton 13 Terrell 8 G.Uroos 3 F. I
Hord 1 F. Groos 1 Dennett 1 Ogdcn 1.
Democratic votes : Merrltt 30 Story
23 Hord 1 Dolton 1 0. Groos 3.
There was again no choice.
Third ballot Scll'el moved that tho
balloting bo confined to the three hlch
est candidates which was carried the
names ueing .Mcrrltt story nnu notion
me mini uuuoi resuitcuas 101 ows:
Democratic votes Merrltt. 40: Storv.
23; Dolton 1; Groos 1.
itepuoucan votes notion iti; Jierritt
23; Story 10.
According to the apportionment Mer-
rut got ou uj-iuu; mory ;u io-iuu; jioi-
Fourth ballot A mo'tlon to vote for
the two highest cnndldates was curried
with tho following result:
Republicans Merrltt 21 18-100; Story
Democrats Merrltt. 30 02-100: Storv
Total-Merrl t. 51 M-100: Storv. 13
Story moved to make Merrltt's nomln
carried aiuld applause
atlon for Mayor unanimous which was
Cnntain Merrltt was called on for n
speech. He thanked the meeting for the
nomination and said he did not deem It
necessarr to sar more than that If ho
was eiecieu ue wouiu uo mi in 111s power
tor 1110 generui weunre 01 tue city.
Story was next called on for a speech
nnd said that although he felt like tho
noor bov nt tho frolic nnd was left he
would roll up his sleeves and work for
the nominees. He thanked those who
supported him. and honed and believed
the nominees of this meeting would be
Nominations were recommended for
I'.ecorner Wesley Ogden W. II
Huston D. C. Robinson nnd G. W. A
jirnntiey. 1 ne ballot stood:
D. C. Itobluson
G. W. A. Brantley 1
. 11. Jtiiston
J. 10. Ochsc .
For Collector F. C. Hauelsen on mo-
tion of Jay Mlnter was nominated by
acclamation for City Collector.
lor btreet Commissioner Antone
bellel I'.elson A. J. Allenswortu and
.J.iJulrK wero placed In nomination
A letter to the committee from Tims
read by Geo. l'njchal who placed him
The Seoretary then read letters from
E J. Quirk and C. F. Kroeger request-
lug the nomination for Street Com-
missioner. ltyder Taylor nominated It. O. Xlxon.
Albert U all&ce wns nlso placed In
nomination when a ballot was taken as
follows the three highest only being
First Dallot Nelson 43 37-100: SelTcl
13 14-100; Quirk 27 05-100.
Second Dallot Xelson33 4-100; Seflel
11) 10-100: Quirk. 44 84-100.
Third ballot. Xelson 01 17-100; Quirk
house wltli a big lire made of lumber
nnd enjoying himself hugely.
unns. nurt r. a. .Newell Jas. Murphy
Jas. Swallow Homer Illack Frank Mil
ler sam iones u. uooinson joiin can-
non Jas Dickerson Geo. Harris Ar-
thur Walters Win. Scott John Davis
Frank Williams and Frank Moore vu-
grants $IOor30dnyscach. These wcie
found near the depot this morning.
Chns. W Inkier fn II nir to liavn num
ber pnlnted on slde-llirhts of Ids hack.
T. W orthlncton.JohnMurrnv. drunks.
A Brlrcht and Sparkling Comedy
nt Turner Hall.
From Shakespeare upward playwrights
have depended to produce laughter by n
double Identity 011 the Comedy of Errors
plan or akin to it nnd the fact thnt It
has been tried so often and successfully
up to the present time betokens the
publlo llkctlio perplexing nnd laughable
situations to be obtained by tho use of
tho alter ego. In "Our Strategists"
which was presented nt Turner ltnli Inst
evening this has been kept In
vlow and from the time the cur-
tain rose on the first sceno to
the 11 11 nl denouement the audlenco
were in a continued ebullition of laugh-
ter. The company w hlch helps to make
this merriment is composed of come-
dians thoroughly tin In their business.
Jack liuttledge the main strategist Is
ctoveny given uy mt. 11. r. jiell. cap-
sicum I'epper is n dude eery ono should
see ns ncted by Mr. Harry Trayer. Our
Xelllo Is enacted by Miss Kntlo Gilbert
ami sue is ueuciousiv piquant .hiss
May llnrdell ns Mrs. Miijnr Howard Is n
finished comedienne und last but no
menus least the Terrenco O'Flnm of Mr.
;. C. Howard Is rollicking with humor.
Tho comedy Is undoubtedly n strong ono
nnd should bo seen to fully nppreclnto
SPORTS 'OF THE MINES.
An Exceptionally Strong BUI nt
tho Fashion This Evening;.
At the Fashion theatre to-night nn en
tire change of programme will be pre
sented and one of exceptional strength.
Tho main nnd startling Item will be the
production of Mr. S.J. Wheeler's great
sensational drama entitled "Sports of
the Mines." Mr. heeler w 111 be sun
ported in this drama by Miss May Olive
and a full company or dramatlo artists.
Another of the attractions In this clever
drnmn Is tho Introduction of Mr. Wheel
er's bulldog "Fred." This nnlmnl Is a
rare specimen of what can be dono In
training animals and ono would imagine
iuis nog in ue enuoweu wim no sunn
amount of human Intelligence. In nddl
tion to this drama there are a crowd of
specialty sketch nnd song artists that it
Is rare so good 11 combination Is to be
seen together and Indeed It would bo
uiiucuu to get n niiicii stronger one.
Last Saturday night at 8 o'clock a very
quiet but happy wedding ooourred at the
residence of Alderman Fritz Schrelner
on North Flores street the happy brldo
being his only dauglithr Miss Enicllne
Isabella and the happy fortunate groom
Mr. Julius C. Tips ofllie hardware tin 11
of Stahaely & Tips. Hon. C. L. Wurz-
bach County Judge performed tho
Onlvn select number of tho most Intl
mate friends of the famllv witnessed the
ceremony but from the large number of
presents 10 me unue wnicti were re
eelved. n host of absent friends reinem
bered their younir friends substantially.
After the ceremony the evening was
spent In feasting nnd merriment. The
Light extends its hcarlv conirrnttiln.
Hons to this young couple ns they thus
stnrt out so merrily on their wedded
PERSONAL POINTS. 1
Collected From Hotel Corridors j
Mr. C. l'ugenot of Cvnldc Is nt tho
Hon. Solon Stewnrt of Drackett Is In
Mrs. J. Allen of Snn Marcos Is at the
.1. K. Weaver a cattleman of Del lllo
Is In the city.
It. 11. Hayes wife nnd nephew aro
guests of tho .Maverick.
T. IE. Kerr stockman of t'vnhlo coun-
ty Is nt the St. Leonard.
W. II Divclle of Fort Dodge lona
Is hero to spend tho winter.
Mr. Jnmes Wolfo Is In tho city on n
visit from Monterey Mexico.
Cotulla is nt tho St. l.connrd.
I'. S.Graves of Cotulla professor of
penmanship Is at the St. Leonard.
Thomas C. Sheldon a ranchman of
Webb county. Is nt tho St. Leonard.
Judgo C. S West of Austin nnd
Robert West are nt the Mcngcr.
Dr. W. C. Condcn and wife of Evans-
vlllc Indiana nro In tho city on n visit.
Mr. Jerome Harris n former resident
of this city Is here on n visit from Fort
II L Itanney of Wisconsin and
Thomas Hendricks of Frlotown arc In
Captain E. A. I.unlilss road master of
tho Southern l'aclllc arrived In tho cltv
G. A. Hclllg tax assessor nnd collec-
tor of 1'nyctto county It nt thu St.
A. K. McKlnnon of Tilden and (1. D.
Gould Kngle l'ass.nre prominent sheep-
men w 110 nro in me city.
Messrs. I'ntrlclo Mllmo and brother
Daniel Mllmo tho great hankers of .Mex-
ico aro at the Mcngvr accompanied
by Vdelfouso Vnsque. of Eagle I'aBS
Lieutenant llullls the famous Indian
lighter nnd commander of tho Semlnolo
Indian scouts who Is now a wealthy
ranchman In l'ecosand Xueccs counties
Is In the city.
lhel.intir had tlio plensuro of n call
this morning from Mr. Alberto Unrein
who has Just returned home on n visit to
his mother Mrs. M. Garcia nt 2S3 East
Commerce street. Ho has been six
ears attending tho Sclcntlllo colleire of
San Luis l'otosl Mexico studying the
profession of civil engineer. Mr. Garcia
will grndtinto next year.
SAN ANTONIO RELIEF SOCIETY.
Meeting; of the Hoard of Direc
tors This Morning.
This morning nt tho l'resbytcrlaii
church n meeting was held for tho pur
pose of completing the organization of
the Snn Antonio ltellef association.
There were present Judgo Wurzbach
Judge Xoonan Dev. Mr. Ticknor Dr.
Nell Colonel Delknap llahbi Lvwlnthal
and Dr. Chew.
Dr. X'cll took the chair and stated
they had met regardless of church de-
nomination to rellove tho destitute
thnt element of destitution which exist
ed among those who belonged to no
After thu constitution nnd by-law
ad been rend by Itnbbl I.cwliithal
tho directors viz: Judgo Wurzhnch
Colonel Delknap Dr. Nelll!abbl Lewln-
thnl and Judge Xoonan selected Dr.
Xell from their number to bo tho Chair
man of the Hoard of Directors nnd Mr.
Johns wns elected Secretnry to tho
hoard. Tho next olllccr put in nomina-
tion wns thnt of Treasurer. Dr. Xell
after being requested to name n
gentleman who wns eligible to hold
thnt responsible office suggested thu
name of Colonel John Withers of the
.National bank nnd his suggestion was
unanimously acted upon.
It belnir ncccssnrv that nn As
sistant Secretary a salaried olllcer
ho appointed whoso duties
would be somewhat arduous Colonel
Dclknnp proposed n salary of $30 11
month. It was ultimately resolved that
Colonel Delknap Judge Xoonan nnd Dr.
Xell should net together In concert for
tho purpose of obtaining n suitable per-
son to tf 11 the ofilce of Assistant Secre
tary and thnt thev should nlso take
steps to rent n room in which 1110 nusi
ness of tho association could ho con
Tho following numbers won tho prizes
nt Wagner's bazar Saturday night nnd
tho winners will plenso cnll to-day for
their prizes :
Gatno set Mrs. A. C. Herndon :
fish sm Mrs. 1. u. 1 uttle
Fruit set George It. Knsworth 2!
First doll. Llzlo Halt 3:
Second doll J I'. Xewcomh t
Third doll. Mis. A; Epp N)
Fourth doll. Mrs. Dartol 27
l'irih doll II. D. Dennett
Sixth doll Mrs. E. II. Cunningham
The following ntw ofllcers were
elected last Saturday night at the stated
conclavo of San Antonio commandery
Xo. 7 Knights Templar to serve for the
ensulnir vcar: John II. Dolton. Eminent
uommniiuer; 1 nomas it. jieustis uen-
eranssimo; uscar uergstrom captain
uenerai; . jicu -Newton rreiaie; i.ii-
ward ltlsche. Treasurer: A. Ilansl. lie
eorder; G. Kclimeltzer Hall Trustee
1 ue remaining omcers 01 tne command-
The Gash Grocer
20(3 Gommevce Street.
WILL OFFER YOU FOR CASH
Holiday Goods for this Month
Fireworks Fire Crackers Candies Raisins Dried Fruits.
THE OHEATEST DAltOALNS EVER OITEltED IN
Fine Port Wine
Fine Sherry Wine
Fine Sweet Catawba .
Fine Dry Catawba
Fine Cordials. . .
..at 40 cents per bottle
at 40 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
.at $1 co per bottle
1 ni.nA. Il.nl. Ilf. kl... .1 1
Nnlunn ll.lol II. (! .ml 11. t .7".?.1 " .." ... ? '' u
...vv....8l uu .... n uuuuie measure irom lllo 8
nomination was made unanimous.
s rich crnnnrv
A largo stock of Champagne nnd French Cordials which must be closed out
this month regardless of price. I hnvo In stock a large assortment of CIIHIST-
MAS CANDLES which I am offering at bottom price Do not forget the place
20il Comincrco street.
EMANUEL ABRAHAMS. THE CASH GROCER.
PEOPLE TO G. B. FRANK'S ALAIO STORE ?
Immense Stock New Goods and Lower
Prices in All Departments!
Early this morning Cnptaln Karbcr
Assistant City Marshal nnd Ofllcers
Duckley Kroeger Zleglcr and Dolnn
arrested 17 men whom they found asleep
In box cars nnd pnssenger conches nnd
saloons out near the Sunset railway de
pot. They were marched to the bat
cave nnd this tnornlntr 10 of them were
fined S10 or 30 days each ns vagrants.
Two of them Messrs. Charles Durt nnd
F. A. Newell showed credentials as to
their being railroad men out of work
and the fines In their cases will bo re-
mitted If they leave town. Tho remain-
der were n hardened looking set of men
anu yontiis who torn various stories
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN !
ttJj-Wc oiler otcr One Thousand Garments such ns Clonks Circulars Hus--a
Mrsians uniting jackets anu uisters to sciecr irom u o ue-
Itcduccd tho Prices cut them dnwnsothnt there wlllbes
Ertjrnn opportulty for everybody to keep warra.-j
Jackets that were $ 2 M nro now $ 1 73
Jackets that were 3 DO are now 2 23
Jackets that were 4 00 are now 3 73
Jackets that were C 00 are now 4 00
Detler irrades reduced in lame pronortlon. In other enrments sacrifices are
also being made equal to thoso above described but our stock Is so large that It Is
Impossible to enumerate. Tho next to consider Is our
Wo carry I'lilladelnhln. Doston nnd Dnlttmore innkes. We have the largest
(no exception) stock of foot wear in San Antonio The best grades at prions
which will suit everybody. More
BLANKETS AND BED COMFORTS
For salo at this house than nro to be found In half tho stores In the city nit put to.
gcther. Don't forget It 1 2S0 pairs pure and good white Dlnnkets nt $1 25 worth
$2 00. 200 pairs at $2 CO worth $:t CO. Twenty other qualities at ?3 CO JI 00
$. 00 $11 00 could not be duplicated for 30 per cent more elsowbere.
11 Hales Comforts at $ 76
12 Dales Comforts nt 90
10 Dales Comforts at 1 00
10 Dales Comforts at 1 So
10 Hales Comforts at 13.1
10 Dales Comforts nt 1 CO
And still more from 1 75 to S 00
Stock Assortment and Yalues in Flannels that Should Put to
the Blush All Competition.
in ricccs Grey Twill at 20c price elsewhere 3o
10 1'leccs Grey Twill at 25o prico elsewhere 35o
1 1 I'leces Grey Twill at 30o and 40c prlco elsewhere -10c and COo
u lino anu lieu rianneis nil reuuecu oo nnu iua n ynru.
Winter Skirts In Felt nnd Flannels nt correspondingly low prices.
STAPLES ! STAPLES !
Wo still maintain the old prices of our Cotton Flannels and Domestics with
several exceptions which we are now selling at Free Trade l'rlces. Down they
gol The great bargains of nil. Competition nowhere I Wo want room nnd must
Men's & Boys' Clothing
Children's Clothing Overcoats for Men nnd Doys all must go nnd go nt lxw
l'rlces like tho balance of our stock. Above all. don't forget our GENTS' FUR-
NISHING DEPARTMENT for Underwear Shirts Hosiery nnd lints and we
will convince tho gentlemen llko wo do the ladles that wo give them the most
astounding bargains to be found In San Antonio. Tlio People's 1'aradlse In the
Great Dry Goods Center is the popular and progressiva house of
G. B. FRANK'S
ALAMO STORE 33 ALAMO PLAZA.
I" 1 A J Q f Vou can hate any article of Jewelry you may iriiA made le
ml VW CLLi Y order repaired or engraved equal to Aoo lor itylee. The
w ami jincut engrating on vjood or metals by
DOB & ENOELKE 211 Commerce Street.
Holiday Presents !
COMPLETE EXHIBITION OF
TOYS FANCY GOODS ETC.
Now open. Goods nil New nnd Fresh nnd Prices tlio Lowest. Our Stoek Com-
prises tho Latest Productions In
many not lacking In Ingenuity nnd orig-
inality hut none of which had any effect
on the Recorder when ho heard them
beyond causing a momentnry smile to
nit over ins countenance as no pro-
nounced the usual line.
tVimb and llrusti Cases
Work and Jewelry lloics
OtlorLVie llrillb llrooin Holders
Udlo.' Work funds
lAdloe' Pewtnir JlAskete
Japanese- l'uncr liuskels
IMnacr and Traveling ItaskeU.
(ii8 and Kauccrr
Fruit and Card Stands
Tin and Mechanical Tovs
Dolls Carriages Utc tie. Eto.
Our stock of Toys Is the largest best nnd cheapest In Texas nnd our facilities In
buying nre bucIi that we can oiler to the trade particular Inducements. Ordsrs
by mall have our best attention. Call early before the great rush sets In.
E. RETTBERG & CO.
244 Commerce st. San Antonio Tex.
nt iiu tuau uiiiui! tuu wucni
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