The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 60, Ed. 1, Friday, March 13, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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: Opera Puff cigarettes $4.00 i
: Per Thousand.
' terVVIncs nti.l I.I'iuoia at n- !
; ihi.nl rates.
: harhy baum k co. :
Vol Y. No. SO.
A Fresh Lot of Opera Puffs j
$4 Per Thousand. i
trrMiitljsoM. Othcreooflc '
In prtiiMirtton. ;
HARRY BAUM CO. i
San Antonio 1 oxas. Friday. March 13. 1SS5.
Ten Cents a Week
20G Commerce Street
Wholesale $ Retail Liquor Dealer
Oilers Wines nn I Liquors lit the following price
JOH; CASH; ONEY".
Angollaa Wlno ....
B. Borry Brandy
Applo and Pcaoh Brandy Quart Bottlo 35 Oonts
Holland Gin Quart Bottlo 35 Oonts
0 Quarts Boor Ono Dollar
Also have H Lnrge Slock of
Whiskeys Cordials and Case Wines
Thiit'miist tc Closed Out by Hie First Day of May. Itt-j?ariltf ss of Cost. Cull nml
examine my slock.
ASSIGNEE S SALE AT THE
Sheet Music at One-Half and One-Quarter
Clarionets KliilcB.ctc.s lull liar Uns iibmiiIisIi Toy TnmilioncB an.l liirnns.
1111-ua quantity of Violin llullur ami oilier Hriims. All sorts of Violin. I' imniiU'L !" -nil
Trlinmluits lollnoollos clo. A lot of Orinius Plann moots. Ho. AM. ON lt.w sun
unit loliu eolil ut Itirenllitglr Niw J'rlces.
WILLIAM HOLLAND Assignee.
J. H. MARQUART
And Dealer lu Leather and Findings Wholosalo and Retail.
Will sell you a Hoot or Shoe Home unit llaml Made. My stook Is superior to
...I. in iii. Kintn. 'ivn tlinnsnml ilnllnrs worth of reailr lmnil made coods lo be
closed out nt prices lower tliun heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next Ml
Unys. call eariy nnu ue convinced.
Tlno Custom Work a Spoolalty.
We art. mtvarrd
ft an chrairtv at
agent vnll tall for
S. HAY EE
HAS JUST UECKIVKI) A I.AltGE LINK OK
oir m: b s ihj t
Awl union if them oil its Flno Hlutk llmMcd
Qiiullty ChlMrcni Jcrnej s ut f U Mlteus Jcnwyi fit f A lot of
FINE DRESS LAWNS
At 15 cents 30 cents uinl l'uro Linen S5 cents
A Komi Dress Ulcirtium ut only Scents per )ur-l. Pino
tcr'Tlii'Du hckhU iii u at to etoned out as wo nro Kolnur out or this line
Vin-n im linnd u line lino of WlilTH 1 10UIH. UWIHSIX Ktc. Jut rotehod
lluoof AlsMtVnitr.MIHtOlimillKa. MII.MNUUV HOODS urn l.clntf t
loll lot or IIATrt ut 1.1 t'l'ItU
Ortll llafortt All Ar bald.
S . M A Y. E R
Corner Co Tmirja and Navarro Streets - San Antonio Texas
.Quart Bottlo 26 Conta
....Quart Bottlo 26 Oonts
Quart Bottlo 25 Oonta
...Quart Bottlo 20 Oonts
...Quart Bottlo 25 Oonta
. ..Quart Bottlo 25 Oonta
..Quart Bottlo 25 Oonts
Qunrt Bottlo 25 Oonts
NEXT TO COURTHOUSE
r " i until ii lutriruln forjo
Kill It. fllvo inn n cull I
com Inci-d Unit I cull suvejou money
uhltlc of everything on huiut
ALAMO MUSIC HOUSE.
iirlmrnt of Vlnlhm Hows nnd
Tiunliourlnes AeconleimK Hies
No. 17 Solodad t. op. Courthouse.
to do Gold Silver and XUkel Vlat'ing
iy as can be done Eatt Old tcare replated. Oi
for your order toon.
& ENGELKE 211 Commerce Street.
JcriP)Ht scolloped u tho low prlco of Ht-st
wr yard. Aliout 10 pieces Allcnsdillo Sultluirsi
id (I1H Il(t). II IliCU
onitilut iv liieiwu.
lot ut 3.1 cents wortli fin it-uU mid
OPPRESSORS AND OPPRESSED.
RAILROADERS AND TELF.GIIAI'U-
I RS ABOUT TO JOIN IIAND3.
Jny Gould nnd Eckcrt flemcm
bcrcd Ireland's Proclomntion
a Little Previous.
.St. LofH. Mnrch Ii A strike nt
rieiisunt Hill Mo loiutiH'nceil Ihls
morning. The simps ami jnril are In
possession of n inoli anil trouble Is
lured llnrr. The inllltla are stl'l nt
(.'enterlown l.'i miles uist of here null-
lVllHM-. .March I .'.No cIikiiku In
the strike slliiatlim on Hie Inlernnlloiinl
anil Ureal Northern link of llie Uonlil
sjtleni. The pay car came In today
anil sellleil up fur Kehriiary hill did not
oiler to pay any employees strikers or
i.ou-ilrlkers for the mm day worked In
March which Is construed as ineatilnir
that the company Is willing I lir strikers
should resume work nt the cut rates.
There are no Indications of trouhle or n
Sr. I ot ii March 12. Strikers at llnn-
nlhul Mo. have lieen joined hy set Hon
nml wood workers and tin Ir total num-
ber Is now No IrelKlit trains nre
allowed to moe on the Missouri Kan-
sas and Texas roail.hut passenger trains
nre uniiisiuroeii. ine Kenersi iiusiners
Is stillerliiK nnd n Kooililenlofdlseontent
Is hecomlhK manifest niimnjt tnlinrers In
the lumber vards who hud their unites
Aral ix March 12. Third Vice-Presi
dent II. M lloxle. of the Gould roads
to-day wired Geemor Ireland furSlalu
troops to he sent lo the scenes of I he
Inte strikes hut the (lotrrnor dicllneil
jusljet as lie does not think It proper
io scniiarmeu soiiuery iiiioiiku ine conn-
trv unless as n Inst resort lint strikers
miiy hu nssiirid Hint Ki.ihiO mllllln nlll
he ordered out. If necessary In ease vio-
lence Is oll'ered to any one who lhes
to usslst In running triilus.
.M.insiui.l. March 12. AcIIiik upouln-
struetlons from St. Louts W II. .Vew-
iniin head of the freight ilepnrliuent of
the (Joule! sjsteiu In the oiitlineslvllh
heni!nuarler8 ut Gnlteslo;: linssent lei-
iKrnphlo Inslriiellons to njicnls In the
various mwns nskini; tneiii toiinve uus-
Iness men sljtn papirs exprnsslnif syni-
nathy with I lie mud nnd cliarirliikT the
strikers wllh helnp; illsrupters of husi-
tc. hut the Mlupalhl or all ap
pears lo ko on he other side.
Si. Lous March 12. A Jell'erson
Clly Mo. special to Hut rnM-Dlspiilih
sas: The nlr Is tilled with all sorts of
lid rumors. The strikers claim Hint n
compromise has been ellectnl with Gov-
ernor ltrown representing the railway
company to restore the old wages of lust
October with a probable Increase.
Governor Drown denies Hie statement.
He sa)8 the railroad will not ncKOtlale
with Hie strikers because thev nre not
lnw-nbldlnK honest citizens nnd It could
not treat with them under any clrcuu.-
stances. I.ofH March II. An Atchison
Kansas special lo the Tntt-Dlspatch
says: The status of the strike Is un
changed. Passenger and mall trains are
ull right but freight trains are entirely
ubamlnned. Hundreds of loaded cars
nre side-tracked In the vnrds. No at-
lemiii uns ueeu mane io muve ireiuui
Inliieotllce clerks nre idle and some
have been given a lay oil'. The strikers
won1! accent the couinroiuUe In the fol
lowing suggestion ol the Goernor:
That the rnllroad commissioners will
send ti committee to SI. Louis to cooler
w Hi lloxle and llins If the strikers at
Sedalla nnd Pnrsons will do the. same.
Sr. Lotus March 12. A special to llw
Post Dispatch from Moberly Mo. snis:
The strike continues without nny new
features. Kvcrj thing Is quiet. Aeon.
feicnce between n committee of strikers
and managers of Hie Missouri Car com
pnny the lessees of the U abash shops
has been held. The managers stated to
the men mat It tuey wouiil resume norK
t Ihe cut rales their wages would be at
once Increased according lo Ihelrwortli.
This proposition was rejected by the
eommiiiee uno suiu i lie men nouiu uoi
go lo work till urriiugemeuts were mude
satisfactory lu the workmen nil along
Hie line. II Is not unlikely I lie couirui i
between Hie Wubash company uml les
sees of the shop hero will bo canceled If
the mu ini'ers no nut coinmeiice work in
a vi r) few (la)s. Quttu a number of
workmen neie are making arraugeinenis
to iiiumi lo ollur plaies wntro employ-
menl ma be had.
Si iiai.m Mo. March 12. 1 here Is no
change In Ihe tondltlou of ullalrs here
The stn els of Ihe clly are as quiet ns on
Sunday. Seurcely any business is being
Adjutuut-Generul Jnmlsi n
here again and with n police force
delivered to move freight trains. Five
attempts were made nnd encli time the
strikers reuuested Ihe engineers not to
move ineir engines a nil me request was
compiled n lib. The sinkers will hold n
lueel nirthls afternoon when It Is eX'
ncvled C'nntuln Haves senior vice-ores
Went of the MUsourl Piicllla will be
present. Again this evening Ihe Adlu
tuut-Ueueral attempted In connection
wllh Superintendent linger to gel out
freight trains. A striker requested Hie
engineer not to depart and lie said he
was afraid to l'o. At the meeting of the
strikers this etenlng the committee
which wenl to Jellersoit to see the Gov-
ernor made their report. They said the
Governor told tliem that they had a per-
fect right to use persuasion nnd as long
as tney useu no oilier ineuiis io siop me-
trulns'thev would no unmolested. The
Stale Labor Commissioner was present
at the meetlnir and advised the Btrlkers
to go to work and pledged himself todo
evervHilmr In his newer to oersuade the
railroad company to act squarely. No
freluht trains have moved to-day mid
there is no Immediate prospect of their
Foui Woiiiii March 12. Parlies here
to-night oiler to bet that Inside of 21
hours Ihe strike will be ended by con
cessions from Hie railway company. Al
though they oiler odds (here are no tak
era. Whence they get their knowledge
Is not known. The following address
1 In hectograph copy lias fallen Into the
hands of a correspondent anil from In-
quiry It Is learned at Hie postotllce that
iV letters to different cllles were mailed
Ihls morning nddierseil lo telegraph
opeintori: "To the Operators of Texas:
Now Is jour opportunity. The major
purl of the cmplojers of Hie Gould sys-
tem are now out and dally accessions to
their numbers are being made. The
M abash men are alio out. Gould and
Lckert have their hands full. Let us
loerburdcu tbeui. They cannot carry a
simultaneous strike of both railroad and
telegraph employees. Prompt action Is
necessary nnd we cannot only scotch but
kill the snake. An organization already
ex sis throughout the entire North nnd
one Is ut jour service In Texan. Send
In Jour mime lo t lie Central committee
at ihls city. Demand the restoration of
jour extra pay fur extra work. Lei us
smite them hip and thigh. Vou nerd
not fear rtcrults from Iho North. No
operator can enter the Stale and Ifjou
will be true In i ourselves and your man-
hood tlclory Is jours. The work of the
delegates at Ihe late Slate convention
should not go for naught. C'ume to our
aid anil show your manhood. Address
Secretary Central Commltlre. care of
Hall anil Wire Port Worth Texas."
IUl.l.it Texas March 12 One of the
largest mnss meetings ever held In Dal-
las assembled to'iilght to express sym-
patic and nrranue aid for the Gould
sjstem strikers. The streets wire
packed with pcoplu for n lull square.
strikers' platform was lit up with
torches. nnd a brass band plajed patri-
otic airs. The large majority of Ihe
authorities were laboring people but
many of the leading citizens of the clly
wero In attendance anil made speeches
among them Col. John II Stone one of
the wealthiest men n heavy contrncler
and a prospective Democratic candi
date for Mayor. The section boss of Hie
Texns and l'ai lllo railroad spoke for Iho
rlkers presenting lliclr side of the
trouble lu n manner that engaged Iho
must respectful attention nnd created
deep sj in jiatliy. A long communication
from the Telegraphers' Protective asso-
ciation addressed lo ".lay Gould's
slaves of Ihe Hall" uml signed ".lay
Gould's Slaves of the Wire" was read
expressing sympathy and pledging co-
leraiion nnu also mating mat iinnii-
al aid u uuld couie Imm the lelegruph-
lo the railroad strikers on next Mon
day nml that etery operator In Texas
wouiil give snuieiuihg io ine cause.
mere la no change here In the strike.
Aside from the meelluir. it Is plain thai
public sMiipaihy Is Increasing fur Hie
strikers and Hint n large amount of sub-
stantial aid Is read) for llieiu. All the
speakers were especially severe on
Gould lloxle nml their nssoclnte rail-
road magnates. The following slgnlll-
nuguiige is used ny the telegraph-
Protective association In their
eomiuiiuicalloii to Hie strikers which
foreshadows coming irounie lor Hie
intern union: "He know u little
ubo'ut striking ourselves having swal-
lowed the bitter pill of defeat but we
are anything but discouraged and ere
long w in again ne nme io ooo upserene-
nnu tieiiantiv near t ie lrrepressuue
ueeny ami self Installed despot. Mr.
Collected From Hotel Corridors
Miss Ida Jones of ITvilde.ls nt the St.
. G. Pickett. Jr.. of Floresvlllc. Is
quartered at the bl. Leonard.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I .. I. Johnson of Penr-
enll have rooms at Ihe St. Leonard.
Wm. II. Clausen of Philadelphia. It!
the clly en route for Mexico Is nt the
T. Maiinln. editor of the Iloerne
Advance Is In the city and Is stopping
nt ine at. i.conaru.
Herbert II. Hilton mill W. G. liibbard
tvo)oung Lngllsh prospectors arrived
; the St. Leonard.
J.T. Wolf.ol Lavernla. J. T. Gibb.
Mason: Mnner. of Peursall: II. K.John
son of Moore; I). A. Walker of Kerr-
llle;D. W. Grady of Iloerne; T. J.
Penrslek of Illanco;and Dr. J. H.Moore
of Virginia are the latest nrrlvals at the
Mr. Thomas Caiien. Galveston: Mr. J.
W Colvln. Houston; Mr. F. .1. Meade.
Mrs. and Miss Meade. San Luis Polosl:
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wheeler. Cleve
land; Mr. nnu Mrs. u. II. renniman and
son .New lork; Jir. rerry uouuriug
William II. Ilradley Chicago; Genre
W. llullls. Ann Arbor. Mich.: Frank 1
Taylor. Muster Jumes II. Tailor Charles
town. S. C: J. C. Her. Omaha: It. G
Iticharil Finler St. Louis;.) llosenllelil
tc. I'. iteiiuricKs uaiveston; lien r. .iic
Nulty St. Louis; S. Fink New Vork
W. II. Kesterson. Pittsburg Texas; W
V. Cnv. wlfniinil child. Caldwell. Tkiii
llufe Hentherly. Waco; George A. Marks
llicnincnu vn.; itiiiiam a nuson iai
ns: A. L. Feulier. Ilulllmore: N. L
llunby Terre Haute Ind. are registered
nl Ihe .MuericK.
Ladles' Aid SoclPtv.
The reception given yesterday after
noon under Hie auspices of Hie Ladles'
Alii society of Madison square Presby.
terlau church nt the residence of the
pastor liev. W. II. lluchanan on San
Pedro avenue was one of Hie most pleas
ant nll'ulrs of the season.
Among Ihe large number who were In
attendance we note the following: Mrs
General Stanley nnd her daughters
Misses Jome ami Lime colonel ueorge
w. nrecxenriuge Airs major nusn .urs
Lieutenant Meyer Mrs. Dr. Deady Mr
and Mrs. II. II. Mol.ane. Mrs. ill!
Miss Hopper Mrs Major Muhlenberg
ii IBB juesic) -iiibb milium jiiiiiieuuerg.
Miss Lamb. Miss Del Hedaz Miss Kate
Florlan Miss Waeldcr Mlaa llertha Heb-
gen. Miss May Hume Miss Lulu Frost
Mrs. ltrown. ol New Vork: Mrs. Sevev
from Chicago: Mr. Mc Kirov and wife.
from Louisville; Mrs. W. J. Young and
son uoiusmitti loung; miss j.atnam
Mrs U. Morrison Mrs. Hastings Mrs
Demlnir. Mrs. and Miss Shlrrick. Mrs.
Whlttnker. Miss Vanvoorst Miss Sarah
iviigus miss violet Morrison juim ami
cle Wlluus and Messrs. Captain Ha!
auce Craig Lay Arnold. Seudder
Dodge Hash and others.
Alter the lowering clouds of the morn
ing the arietnoon was bright nnu cheer
event of pleasure and social greetings
not to be forgotten.
MONSIEUIU'.nOCHEFOtir IN THE
He Is Interviewed on Ills Connec-
tion With El Mnhdlnnd
Several dajs ago a gentleman regis-
tered nt the SI. Leonard hotel as P. Iloclie-
fort of London England. From Informa-
tion received through a private source
the Lliliir wns Inlormed that Ihls genlle-
w ns a cousin of I he celebrated com-
miinlsl Henri Knchcfurl w ho with his
artner Oliver Palu nt the conclusion
of the Franco-Prussian Mar escaped lo
Auilrnlia accompanied by Monsieur
liochefort. Shortly after luelr re
turn from Australia P. liochefort went
Japan and finally made his nay up
Into Africa where he was at the lime of
the fall of Alexandria. From there he
went to Asln anil theiico lo Arabia
here he tlrst met LI Mnhdi who had
Just come out from the cnc where ha
had secured that glamor of samllllca-
Hon that has mude him since
such n power In It bo Soudan.
Oilier Pain toon after Joined F.I Mnhdl
nml he remains to-day Ihe capable right
hand man of the prophet. He was In
London wllh OIIer Pain nlsowhcn he
wns acting ns a spj-.
U Idle be was at Alexandria he met
Pasha Stone nml talking of reminis
cences of the war the name of W. II.
Wilson Ihe civil engineer heretofore
located nt Dallas whose professional ser
vices nave since oeen secured ny t.t
Mahdl. came tin. When I be renorler
asked'Mons. P. liochefort Iho last time
he saw his cousin Henri he staled that
he had not seen him since he saw Mm nt
Geneva and also at llrugessome months
ago. Vi lien ii. Itoclierort discovered
Hint he was carrj Ing on a conversation
Willi n reporter ue nt once oecaine re-
ticent nnd proll'ered but little Informa-
tion. He half assented however lo Ihe
reporter Hint he had been over to .Mexico
with reference lo Egjptlun affairs and
returned from there n few dajs since.
In sneaking about his Idea of l ie u It
male object of llie dynamlleiirs anil If
Hie recent temple explosions In Eng-
land were not parlly the work of
-.irviitiaii nuenlB. .Mon.lcur Huchefort
shrugged his shoulders gave a meaning
smllu anil I li i ll said "change Ihe subject
and nave ii cigur.' ui course it is nun-
cult to assert pnslttvely. ul It Is highly
probable that Monsieur Hocheforl Is In
direct communication with Oliver Pain
and LI Mahdl.
The Liuiir reporter then probed Ihe
gentlemnii ns to Ills acqalntance
with O'Donovan Hossn and Hie reply
came "bah! that man Is vvorso than any
Ihe mission ol Mon. P. liochefort to
this portion of Hie county Is mjsterlous
and his close acuualntance with Pasha
Stone would lead to Ihu belief that he
has been sent on a specific mission to
Mexico In connection wllh the Egyptian
war and his 11) lug visits to thatcountry
give color to the assertion. Pashu
Stone will be recollected as being a
General In the United Stales army
whose wife nee .Mm Hurt est v. n resi
dent of Clinton Louisiana went ijitothe
reueral lines at lialon Itouge nml mar-
ried blm Pasha Stone Is also n relative
of Civil Engineer Wilson. Monsieur
uocneiori is oi auvnnceu communisiio
teni'encles but not nt nil communica-
tive. He said he left Loudon about a
month ago and cannot state how long he
win stay uerr.
Mom eur liochefort Is a man about
the middle height with that sleepy look
about the ejes Hint Lavater says
are always the sign of an Intriguing
mind lie has strongly marked
features and a look of great Intelligence.
there can ue no doubt mat It .Monsieur
liochefort would tell all he knew some
startling developments of the d) namlle
outrages and their connection with t lie
Lgyptluu war could be ellclleu. Alter
a pome intimation tuat ne was not to ue
lumpen tue i.iuiiT reporter oiu monsieur
Tho commanding otilcer pojt of San
Antonio Tex. will forward liecrult
George C Tucker Troop M Tenih cav
air)' to Ills station at Fott Davis Tex
The Quartermaster's department will
furnish the necessary transportation.
The verbal order of the St li Instant for
First Lieutenant O. M. Smith Twenty-
second Infantry A. I. C to proceed to
New llrnunfels. Tex. on olllclal busl
ness. retiirnlnif to headquarters on the
completion of Ihe duty. Is hereby con
tinued ine travel was necessary lor
ine puuiie service.
A general court mariiai is appointcu
to meet at rort t iara iex.on tue loin
dav of March. 1 .". nl 10 o'clock n. in..
or ns soon thereafter us practicable for
the trial or sucu prisoners as may ue
orougui neiure it. uetau ior ine court :
Cantaln P. II. Itrmlnirton. Nineteenth
Infantry; Captain .1 II. Smith Nine
teenth intantry; captain a. n. ivauii-
man. Eighth cavalry: Cantaln C. T.
Wilherell Nineteenth Infantry; Captain
O. II. lloyil Klghtli cavalry; i irst Lieu
tenant C. A. Veruou Nineteenth Infun
try; First Lieutenant II. S. Weeks
Eurhtli cavalry: First Lieutenant T. II
Eckerson Nineteenth Infantry; First
Lieutenant c n. Lester bigntu caval-
ry; Second Lieutenant W. A. Shunk
Klirhth cavalry. Judire Advocate. A
greater number of officers than those
named csnnut be assembled without
manifest lnlurv to the service.
Itecrult Max Glpprlch enlisted by the
ltecruit Alexander lllack enlisted by
lex. is nssigneu to wonipnny rt .Nine-
The slick young Kansas City man J
F. Janney arrested on the night of Feb
ruary 21 and placed In thecountyjall
Sherlll Stevens' deputies to nwnlt action
of Ihe grand Jury on a charge of swind
ling was released yesteruay ine grand
Cleveland Is the choice of the Amerl
can people -so are Opera rmi'Clgarettes
SIMMS & SAMUELS - - - PROPRIETORS.
Mark Grayson Director of Amusements.
to oxjn rATnoirsi
All parties visiting this Theatre can rett assured that the best of order shall be
maintained and any one shouting whistling loudly stamping or otherwise disor-
deily will be placed under arrest and prosecuted to the (ull extent of the law A
special officer Is employed by the management and Is In constant attendance lo se-
cure the enforcement of these rules.
HH'iik lln-lr ii.n nl In i-iilliu.lii.lli- niiri-liitlre niilioi.i-. A critical
ami illn-rlmtliiilliiir il.llt pniiiinilicc as in-rlccl our
jit four nlitlilfr (Ini) sou's ii li-liriilixl .IrnuiHlIc scnmillon i-nllllcl
1 11 m lilt Ii oiiri-oint-diiuifl
Mrlifht attract. u mi l
CLEO AND AI'DA!
Ttilnl VVis-k nml limit Success of
billy. The Forrests. nola
III lli. lr i.rixlloll Bki li I t iti.-.l
lltnlnir ulikh lln-y wilt lmw oun IYw iuIiiiiK-h of nmrrlollirc.
'I In iiimK'tiM'lj runny
lit-rtfrci'Iliiir Ihu t-lmrmluirsrrifx'oiulc ocnlInt
llMss lib i 1 1 i e IDavenport !
The VVIiiml or the West nnd Pi-emlcr V'cnlrlln.illt nt Ihe world.
DR. ALEX. DAVIS I
Will appear III Ills uiilii- iiu
Jdo.J - BURKE
Tho Itinpress of ineliidy In irnu-c uml slj la imoxcclli-d
Miss Nola Forrest !
Perfection nlliihle.ll Ilarlnif
Kuru of a licnity wi k-oino the brilliant crliMiimlu tocallit
Millie Davenport !
OL'It GUANO OHCIIi::
IlllOCKV MOltGAN.the Avenger.
Joe Hlldebrand the Outlaw
Edward Lane t ie Lover
Scott liunkln the Desperado
linn liadlej' his mate .
Jasper the coon
Chin Ilroky's son
Katie the daughter
Mrs. Morgan the mother
Monday Night March i6th mWSSl
First Appearance in this city A'"'''ut'nl'"TJ!jJ fo"'' "
MISS BERTHA WARING.
First Appearance in thiscity ot XAllrt
We Have Commenced the Fight
To Our Smokers' Deliqht.
OPERA PUFFS. VANITY FAIRS.
RACQUETS LONE FISHERMAN.
AND RICHMOND GEM CIGARETTES
5 CENTS PER PACKAGE.
Horse Shoe and Star Chewing 50e per Pound
All Other Goods Marked Down.
SIM HART Cor. Main Plaza.
hIIIiIIm- inhiitlnui.r a inlrlli prot oklnir
ii i id (iiinniiiy iiiH
iiiiTiiortoim mh u! .
uml fmoni) son of Mot
- l n-lliiixl i-uti-rtnluiuent enlllltsl
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Miss Nellie Ilassett
Miss Nola Forrest
Miss Annie Howard
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 60, Ed. 1, Friday, March 13, 1885, newspaper, March 13, 1885; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth163115/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .