The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 85, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 11, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
i A Fresh Lot of Opera Faffs. ;
$4 Per Thousand. i
ttTMuottrfnoM. Ottitrroodl '
: In proorttmu
HARRY BAUM It CO I
San Antonio Texas. Saturday. April 1 1. 1SS5.
Vol Y. No. SB.
Ten Cents a Week
j Opera Pair Cigarettes $4.00 !
! Per Thousand. i
I tVWlnti art! I.trjtiori at re-
I ituctfl mien : d
i HARRY BAUM k CO. I
206 Commerce Street
Wholesale $ Retail Liquor Dealer
Ollcra Wined nml Liquors nt llic follow Intf prices
for cash: onxy.
Port Wlno Quart Bottlo 2S Gouts
Angollca Wlno Quart Bottlo 26 Cents
Catawba Wlno Quart Bottlo 25 Oonta
Olarot Wlno Quart Bottlo 25 ContB
Shorry Wlno Quart Bottlo 25 Cents
IMoBlIng Wlno Quart Bottlo 26 ContB
Hook Wlno...' Quart Bottlo 25 Oonts
B. Borry Brandy Quart Bottlo 26 Oonts
Applo and Poaoh Brandy Quart Bottlo 35 Cents
Holland Qln '. Quart Bottlo 36 Cents
O Quar h Boor Dollar
Also linvc fi Large Stork of
Whiskeys Cordials and Case Wines
Tlint must lie Cloned Out by tlio First Day ol liny. ltegarilless of Cost dill mill
exnmlne my Block.
Hotel Restaurant and Garden
N3. 207 AND 200 WEST COMMERCE STREET.
The Most Centrally
jarFlne nlry rooms for the Traveling jiubllc. Accommodations strletly first-
class. Attention given to wedding nml bnll banquets.
J. H. MARQUART
I'UOI'ltlKTOIl OK TUB
CRESCENT CITYQ Of SH0EMANPFAGTORY
And Donlor In Leather nnd Findlngr Wholosalo and Rotall.
Will sell you n Hoot or .Shoo Home and Hand .Muilo. My stock Is superior to
any in the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to be
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for the next 30
days. Call early and be convinced.
Flno Custom Work a Spoolalty. No. 17 Soledad st. op. Courthouse
IP YOU nui:i MONHY W
NEXT TO COURTHOUSE
Or If i l vinnt a tuirirnln Tor jour money
Emmon ra tfot II. (llvo mo a cull Hint l3
convinced Unit I eun save Jim inoiicy I keep
ulittlcofcifotlilnirnn liniul. I
WK 1IAVH .JUST ItKCUIVUO
In endless variety nntl extend
and examine our attra'tlo
Milliiiery Gooas.Hats Bonnets.Etc.
Just opencil. Also a nice lino of CIHI.nill'.N'S un.l MlSSI'fl Illir.SSMS In (llnlmiii
im.l l'l'iue. I.A('i:S AND r.Mllllllllli:illi:S In .Ti.ll-. rurict)-.'
Closing Out Sale
(lliiKlnims worlli lOe at 13 ynnls fur tl.n0; tllnitliiiins north tr ut 10us Rook h
flliigliams snIM tailors worlli lilo lit I.Vi. Un riming In
Also Table Linens towels NuiiVlns ele. fnra meie nnthlnir. tonus Rles etc. at
very low prices. A lot nt Diens l'utuins whlleuii.l ooloieil ainiinu tlieni abiiut 'I'weiily lino
i:inlirolilvreU L'liiluitirny I'litleriis nt only X'J.
Cornor Coraraorco and Navarro
Located Place for
in the City.
Tarku-llutuan llatht are the Heat Thing out fur Culih
llheitmalum. Scuralqia i'w.Km Out ami all Skin Die-
eaten. Aim Hut Culit Shuuvr ami Tub ltatht at
A. XH.IAX'N. Curlier Commerce ami Alamo Streets.
OUJt Sl'JMNG STOCK OP
n cordial limitation to all to mill
goods. A heautllul line of
for Boys $ Girls
of Dress Goods
Streets - San Antonio Texas
NOOKS AND CORNERS IN THE
Mrs. Julia Word Howe The Pride
ol Mexico- Envy Hatred
IMIInr Han Aliloiilii Unlit-
Nkvv Oiiikis- March III. The women
of Texas and .Missouri show themselves
morn loyal to their states In their local
attachments though they full short In
that Independence of the masculine folk
which here distinguishes Hie majority of
their sex and we find tlivlr vnrlotl ami
extremely Interesting exhibit adjolmd
to their State department on tlio llrst
floor they seeming to prefer to nestle
quietly under the protection of the home
wing rather than face the
.mi ami jimioi'hy that ami noinxr
In the Woman's department above ovir
which Mrs. Julia Ward Hone presides
vvMi a lugubrious face and empty treas-
ury blio tells us this vast department
has thus far received hut flKHHi to cuer
alt expenditures and that boxes lie un-
opened still simply from lack of the
wherewithal to pay for the manual labor
of unpacking. Home of the "weaker
vessels" of the aforesaid department
plucklly armed Iheuisi Ivrs with hnnil-
saws hatchets and chisels and uncov-
ered their treasures with their own fair
lingers but the major share require the
professional uud brawny hand This
same Interesting portion of the exposi
tion calls formorethnn n pasilnglnspec-
lluii nnd that glfled correspondent who
threw ii casual glance sighed nnd w roto
Certainly committed that sin which
Ueorgu Washington said he could not.
vv uiking uiiliy tiirougii Hie long gallery.
nissing across me unseen nouuiiary
'rom Mate to State we note eaoh lime
new features additional Intrrests. We
learn our women do not conllne them-
selves to the urtlstlu and (esthetic but
the useful as well and constantly tlml
new evidence disproving the generally
accepted mistake that woman has no
place In the Held of Invention. A port-
able kiln lor tiring china receives much
nttentlon. Mrs. Ilcarborn. of Austin
Minn. oilers for our bc llderinent her
patent inultuin-ln-pnrvo Ironing table.
In ttklch HI Indlsnensible articles arc
combined In one. An adjustable lohllng
Ironing table folding work table scrnp
basket yard measure clothes drier
clothes bag clothes basket child's ham-
mock with canopy top and rockers and
a rustic .sent arc so compactly nnd
strongly put together In one us to call
forth the cruel criticism that when n
woman geis siarieu sue never knows
where to stop. This condensed bit of
household paraphernalia is only equalled
by the Columbia Ironer In the Indiana
State txhlblt Invented and pat-
ened by Mrs. Marlon T. Iteiny
of Coluuibln. Tills Is lielleveil to bo
the only successful family Ironer eer in-
vented by man or woman. It will iron
anything that can be done by hnnil but
w nil greater rapiiiuy ami is warraiiieu
to smooth out any domestic complica-
tion dependent upon ilrcnded ''Intuitu?
I.IT1I.K nilOllV CAIN TIIK CI 1VIAX
by sending a massive Iron chain wrought
by n heroic female blacksmith Mrs.
Hose Wyath of Providence. In the
U'oinnn's department of Kentucky we
notice a beautiful tribute to Kentucky's
most neauiiiiu uaiiguier. rue central
pane of the artistic Btalneil-gluss win-
dow Is n lovely portrait of .Mary Ander-
son Nowhere have I ever seen tlu
face look more fair more gracious ami
while our whole country names her us
their own yet here we rrllngulsh her to
per native state ami tne claim ut a
This same "Woman's department"
seems from the ery beginning to have
ueaieu a sinning cauiuron oi "iiaircii
malice anu an uncuariiaoiencss.'
TIIK llllll 1.1 AM Mill. Jl'I.IA VVAUll UOVVIt
lias vainlr striven to pour oil nnon the
troubled wnters. Beautiful Miss .Maud
Howe has lent her efforts In the same
direction mid made the library
over which shu presides the
most nt I rncti c work In the rn't
built Ini?; but uosbin Is not vet cnllrelv
annihilated and It is whispered that Iho
"solid South' and some of the "adjoin
Ing Mutes" object to so large
A SLICK OK COI.ll ItOASI' llOIIOX.
Apropos of this Idea the Hon. F. I'.
roclie orator of "Louisiana Day" re-
marked in his great speech : "'t he true
woman of Louisiana Is essentially mod
est nnd retlrini? In disposition. Hence
in harsh criticism she has been unjustly
considered us Inert and Indolent. She
does not crave for power; she has never
clamored for the right of sutlrago or
otuer prerogatives ot niantne parasitic
ambition of certain strong-minded
women of to-day. Her power Is In the
reign of her heart. In every condition
of life she conceives that the true posi-
tion of woman Is fnr and remote from
the strife for power and the sham con
testB lor fnino or glory. True to their
Instincts the fair daughters of New Or
leans did not seek the front ranks of cnn
trol In this exposition." At tlio end of
this right hand gallery we II ml n kinder-
gnrten school room with the usual little
tables and chairs and even the little
ones tucinseives nre not wanting tor it
Is a practical and actual affair number
ing 20 pupils nnd presided over bv Mrs.
Anna II. Oiiilen. of Washington. Princi
pal of the Unrllelil Kindergarten. This
energetic lime woman citmeto .ew wp
leans after Ninas and hunted un tin.
taught children from the "hedges and
lilL-liwavs" and seems not onlv content
but enthusiastic in the progress of her
work. e suggesteii a general spelling
scuooi niter reauing tne signs ot
"CKNTKMAI. l'KAMJTH AMI AUI1AMA IOI I0N
This would seem to bo tbo little people's
corner tor adjoining the Kinder-
garten was an exhibit of tlio Filch
Creche of lliilfulo. N. V. The little
cribs nnd clean white pillows told their
own story which a photograph of the ma-
tron of the establishment holding two
"Jiotneriess nairns" Helped to conuriu.
I recognized the portrait of llenlamln
Fitch Its founder. He was an eccentric
and tremendously rich old bachelor who
nveu anu uicu at no. u riitu Avenue
New York. I met til its three vcars airu.
nnd nrirr listening all hour or so to his
entliuslnstln necount of his founding
tins very i recne concilium mere were
worse fates than to be born nn orphan.
Still lingering In the gallery one finds
upon the npposltuslde a striking and lu
ll resting lenture in
I he slun rends. "Africa shall stretch
forth her hands."
He shake nml enter Stralitht Univer
sity of New Orleans I'lske lliilersliy
ami the colored nnd Indian schools of
the American .Missionary association of-
fer Interesting proofri of their sj stems of
education 'lhelr airrlciillural products
nnd especially their silk culture show
marktii progress wuue uieir arusiic
carvings needle work chnin painting
ami lurid "i rn.y quills" tell us they an-
nul far behind In the huiist luilil decor-
nlllc art race. I.dmoiiln Lewis sends to
the Loiilslnnn department "Hlnualha's
Marriage 'n mnruie group ncroic sie.
Kentucky. Alabama and North I'nrollnn
lire well represented. Washington dis-
tances them all. while the barren sliehes
of degenerate Ohio oiler not a soup can
of Oberlln Minor.
li c arc ulad to take a chair and enlor
the luxury id being wheeled around the
grounds to the art gallery where my
interest In the exposition focnll7es. The
structurn Is feet long by 1(H) wide
divided Into inrhius rooms nml ndmlrn-
hly lliihted hytworonsof henvy ground
glass sky-lights which traverse the roof
in each of lis slopes from end to end.
the Mexican am llclL'lun collections
divide the honors and Interest the lat-
rontiilliiiig about '-'.0 pictures by
inoilirii pnlnlers. The grand gallery
riiinilng the entire length of the build-
ing has some 711 iannsses and ono
feels like n small bee in n largo flower
gnrdeli hardly knowing where to alight.
It Is n rare collection offering not only
the best known names of die artists of
to-day but their best works. Mexico
had n school of painting
mm ouit nn. .imiinui.it w i i.iunciii.p
Huston ever drenmed of. Tlio Mexi
can National Academy of Flno Arts
wiiii liiipreceuenieii couriesy uas eon-
Irlbiited trenerously from Its tollectloii
of I7lh nml Xti century paintings. The
most originni anil striking picture in I lie
entire gallery is irom I lie lirueli or lelix
1'arra "Las Casus Protecting his Az
tecs" It may truly be named
It shuns the porch of nil ancient temple
sculptured In grotesque st) le nnd flanked
by strange nnd monstrous idols. I'pon
the nearest pillar hangs a native wreath
of gorgeous llorlpiimllas the traditional
Aziec miner un me step lies exiemieu
Atec chief faiiilinir from wounds
and exhaustion. Over lilln with raised
cruclllx and hands iiillfieil stnnds the
divine-faced Las Cusas protecting the
fallen man from tbo attacks oftiie rpan-
l.li soldiery while the wife of the chief
clings to I he priest's feel beseeching
lit in to save her loved one. '1 he picture
Is a study ami Its history most Interest-
ing. It was painted by n native Mexi
can who had never been outside his
native Stale. I his work won recogni
tion from Mexico and lie was sent to
Koine where hit i 1st 111:11 shed ilmself
by taking the grand prize. This histo-
rical picture seems almost an Inspired
work and Is worthy to bang In promi-
nence upon the walls of any gallery In
any laud. JCviu.v Pii.uci:.
The ladles of the Parish Aid Society of
St. Mark's will hold 11 loan exhibition nt
corner of I.osoyo nnd Hoiittnu streets
rooms Nos. -lii'J nnd 101 commencing on
Monday the loth Instant. These rooms
In charge of suitable committees w III be
ly for the reception of contributions
on and after Saturday I ltd Instant ami
all persons having articles of beauty or
of historical or cclenlllla Interest which
they are willing to loan for the occasion
are requested to tnke them to the rooms
or notify the ladles In attendance there
nml they will send tor them. Articles
sent should tie labelled and a brief his
tory nppenileil. 1 he rooms will be care-
fully policed anil every precaution taken
by the ladles fur the preservation nnd
return to the owners of articles kindly
louneii tnciii. 1 110 oojcci 01 tne exiilbl-
Hon Is to raise funds to nnr for the
tleanry now being built by the parish
ami 1111 persons hiiiuiy uispostu lowarus
this good work are carnesilv reuuested
10 lenu ineir am. rrico 01 aiimiaiton to
the exhibition 2. cents; children under
V2 half price. Ileluw-lsu list of the vari
Decorutlui; Committee Mrs. Leonard.
Mrs. IMuioniis Mrs Sam Maverick Mrs
Vurga Mrs. Iiobards Mrs. Slavden Mrs
McLeury .Mrs. Hamilton ami Miss Annie
Committee on Music Mrs. Slnvtlen
.viiss (igiten .Mrs. Vincent .Mrs. rrce
bom and Miss Stewart.
Apiiralalnu Committee Mrs. M. Mnv
erlck Mrs. S. Maverick Mrs. Muncy
-iiisu ii me loom ami .virs. Leonard.
Floral Committee Mm. Slavden. Miss
Fischer Miss S. Iteed. Miss Lillian Og-
lieu .Ulss sterling ami .Miss l.llllun t'olk.
Lunch Committee Mrs. K. Ogden
Mrs..!. II. Knmpniann Mrs. .1. P. New-
comb. Mrs. W.K. Dobsou. Mrs. Sapping-
ton Mrs. S. U. Newton nnd Mrs. Need-
ham. Committee on General Work Mrs.
Maverick Mrs. Vnrgo Mrs. Leonard
.Mrs. Cuir Mrs. Dobsun Mrs. Wilkinson
unit .miss ncrgsirom.
Kx-Clty F.nglneer Otistave Frelsleben
suddenly died while 011 a surveying ex
pedltioii fur Colonel John Withers at
Ills ranch 10 miles from town. The mi-
fnrtunnte man had been complaining
during the afternoon that he was unwell
and as the survey was sutllclently ad-
vanced to be completed without his
assistance young Withers the son of
colonel vv liners nml .Mr. ivrnuse up
slsted on his staying In the carriage
which ther had come In. while thev flip
Ished the survey. Oh their return they
found to their horror that Mr. Frelsleben
was dead. An Inquest wns held on the
bodr this inornlnirnnd the lurv returned
a verdict In accordance with the medi
The llrst hop given by the new dano.
Ing club In tlio Diillnlg building last
night was nttended by a very select
party of young Indies and gentlemen
The music was excellent hirnlshed by
Zol'.crralU's band There were present
among me inuies tne .Misses .moiiiiu
llracey Helena Klocpper Minnie Hun-
ter F.ilnn Triuix Slocum ltohlnson nnd
Itradlev. Mr. Llston wns floor man
ager. The next bop occurs Friday April
1 ' .
Every llrst-class dealer sells Opera
THE ELECTION FRAUDS IN GAL-
VESTON AND CHICAGO.
Wnr NewH Iletween England nnd
Itussln-Clvll Service Itules
W i-iiisiniiv April 111 The Stale de-
part nient has received Information In the
effect that Hie family or the Inle General
llnrrlos lias left (lualrmnlaforSan Fran-
cisco P.uiM. April ID. The majority of Paris
newspapers consider wnr between Kng-
land nnd ItiuodA Inevitable unless Prince
llismnrck at once uses bis Influence In
favor of pence.
Itosiov Mais. April 10. A private
entile dispatch Irom London says: It Is
reported Hint the Kngllth ultimatum
In Itussln Is 21 hours In which to reea I
General Komaroff or go to war.
111 mi 1 ov April 10. Secretary of
State Ilnjard has received official Infor-
mation from .Mr. Hall American minis-
ter to Central America that Genernl M.
Ynrielhis being the couslilullonal
essor ot llnrrlos. has assumed the
duties of President oMluntemnln.
AivMMiuii April 10. It Is reported
here Hint the Ilrltlsh Government In the
event of wnr with Itussln Intends to
have the troops now-operntlng In the
Sniidnn sent to Gnlllopolls nt Iho en-
trance of the Sea of Mnrmorn nml hnve
their plnco taken by Turkish soldiers.
Toiika April 10. The Slate Live
Stock commission has recommended to
the Governor the subjection or quaran-
tine for UO days of rattle from the follow ing
str.les: Connecticut Pennsylvania
New Jersey Delaware. Maryland Dis-
trict of Columbia. Virginia. West Vir-
ginia Ohio Illinois Kentucky Tennes-
see nnd four counties In Missouri.
Si'VMVI April 10. General (irnhain
has Issued n proclamation hi which be
urges tbo rebels to inbuilt to the Ilrltlsh
nntl send In n supply of provisions nnd
cattle for which lie promises ther shall
be paid otherwise they must tnke the
consequences. Advices from Knssahi
under dnte of Mnrch 111. stnte that the
garrison nt that place Is still resisting
nlthoiigh hard pressed.
Ciiil'auii April 10. I lie question of
having a recount of nil the bnllots cast
for Mayor at the late election under the
direction of the Committee of Public
Safety Is being mooted. Major Harri-
son snvs lie Is willing that It shall tin
done: that he will nhlde by the 'result.
nntl mat lie win accept 1110 nnsirnct of
the vote In the precinct from which Ihe
box wns stolen as correct.
(Ialyksiox April 10. The election
frauds nlleged to hnve been perpetrated
In this city last Monday continue to be
the one local topic of conversation not
only among the polltlcinns but nearly
every citizen seems more or less agitated
and Interested In the outcome of the
pending contest by Mnv or Fulton nml
Alderman Ctiney. The friends of Cnp-
till 11 Fulton nre securing nllldavlts Irom
voters 111 1 ne r.ievenui warn who voted
for him. Ttie nllldavlts already secured
by Mr. Cuney aggregate about IIS). Ilolli
l ulton and Cuney will contest tbeelee-
Hon on tlio ground of fraud In this
Lomiov April 10. Ihisslnu agents In
London have visited the offices oln num
ber of steamship companies and made
heavy bids for the purchase of their fast
going vessels. The extraordinary oilers
for the steamers aroused the susnlclons
of the olllcers of the companies who
upon inquiry oecame convinced mat II
the vessels were sold they would he used
by the Itusslan government for wnr pur-
poses nnd so reported Ihe facts In the
Ilrltlsh admlrnllly. It wns stnted nt the
foreign olllce this afternoon. Hint Itus-
sln had not yet replied to tlio demand
of Lngland for n full explanation re-
lecllng the Itusslan attack on 1 lie AT-
nans. Cikvki.vm April 10. A special from
Coshocton says t lie Democratic Stan
dard of that place has privntn Informa-
tion of a plot to nssasslnute Governor
Ilondly. Last Monday It says the
Governor received throuuh tbo innll a
small wooden box from one end of
which hung n string the Governor a
suspicions being aroused he caused the
cover of the box to be removed and a
carefully arranged Infernal machine
loaned wiiii iiynamiie sinus nnu spikes
was disclosed to view. The string had
been so adjusted that to have pulled It
would have caused an explosion and
011I1I doubtless have cost the Govern
or's life it is said the authorities are
at work on the case.
Waxiiixihov April 10. General Dent
brother-in-law of General Grant who
has returned here from n visit to New
York Is reported as saying that the
Grnnt family have become reconciled to
the fact that the General ennnot recover
llefore leaving the sick room tlio physi-
cian permitted Genernl Dent to see Gen-
eral Grant's throat by means of a reflec
tor. 110 says 1110 cancer nas inane great-
er progress than any one who has not
seen It can Imagine. An artery In the
throat must certainly give way soon
and then there is nothing to prevent the
General'frnm ilvlnir. "Notwithstanding
all ids suffering General Grant Is per-
fectly resigned to his fate and Is pre-
pared lo die" remarked General Dent.
"Ho Is ns calm nnd sclf-poisesseil to-dny
ns be was at the battle of the Wilder-
Sr. PKiKipuii'iin April 10. Morning
newspapers throughout Itussla with a
very few exceptions In commenting on
the racont battle between the Russians
anil Afghans on the Kushk river nre
very bellicose in their utterances and
charge the Karl of Dutl'erln Viceroy of
India and Sir Peter Lumsden Ilrltlsh
Commissioner with provoking wnr by
ndvlslng the Afghans to advance on
Pullkhestl which Hie Ilrltlsh ofllclals
knew was a part of the Itusslan terri-
tory. The Afghans they say also fully
understood thnt Pullkhestl was Itusslan
territory nnd would never have at-
tempted to advance their pickets to that
point unless strongly urged to do so by
Ilrltlsh olllclals. The war party fully
endorses the assertions of the newspa-
pers and Is verv pugnacious over the
Fashion Vm7 Theater
SIMMS & SAMUELS - - - PROPRIETORS.
Marh Grayson Director of Amusements.
to ocrri IATHONSl
All parties visiting this Theatre can rut assured that the best of order shall be
maintained and any one shouting whistling loudly sta'mping or otherwise disor-
derly will be placed tinder arrest and prosecuted to the full extent ol the law A
special officer is employed by the management and is in constant attendance to se-
cure the enforcement of these rules.
A SUPERB Bllil
TWay Friday Satnrday Snnflay April 9 10 11 ami 12 h
i'n.iiiiil nt- kiMfiltilit
tniioipi mir oui l oin
In Uioloc aiil brilliant vocal sHtdlnns
MAMEHRAJyD ADA WISE
T tio lllnilplUlilHl
YICTORIO & CLEO!
Iii ilirilhiiit jiikI miirtt nmm fi iitu upon tlio Tmix'te.
I it tin-1 Imw . si It in c.f lux n iHTlolrv Hip lirlllluiit ix'llt.
Miss Carrie Linton!
Unit e k of Hie . pillar Sketch Artists
Xi.iHiirfnirliilhclruHii.irtifliml mtitltm intltlH. "V.HHKH WOMAN DIKFI-
'ni:sj'hitriMlii'iiit( Kiiifs kliuttr l('pi lUini. Willy Cumji Meet I iiif
In lil-nwii iiriirllinl Mvinlt)
Mr. Joe. Flynn.
OV LUTC UK OUCIIKSTUA
The laimliubli' lute I lu.l . i nllltnl
IntriHliicdiir our 1 unit illiinn ami tin Company
lutlif tlmUt'St jrwiiH of li-r unit) report of re.
MAR GERALD DAVENU.
.iii.l MeekuiKl poMtn
Miss Carrie Linton!
In tier terpt tioreiin reteln
I IitI npiK'.iralii of tlio iwulrlc cmncillan the orlfc-lnul "Huin Pinion"
J. C. FLETCHER
Muirulst. Vm'iiIW I'omi lli mtiin nrtlM In ev cry sense ot Hie ont
l.ileor ll.ni rl) .MIi.ln-l.
Ht 1.- im.l i i-hilly p.collarl lilsoun
S.iii'1 Hci kof llicl liiiriiiluvHcrUilVimleiluo the
Coiu'lu.llinf Ihe L'tenln" nentoiialninent with the priHluetlnn of Mr. J. O Fletcher' I
hltfhly amunlnir nflerpleee etitltteil
Iu1ntluelnjf .Mr. FletehtT. iitily supported tiy tho Com puny
First .VpiH iimncc or the eoleliratiil llelin.w illuleet ciilneillaiin
iVJli'TTljllU AilID 'KIRATo
FlrHt AppeuriiiKH' or Ihe Kreat Ponif mul Daiue tetitu uml Comply Duo
first Apponrnnrnor llio I'letlcss lutpcrsomitor of I'cnmlo C'liiinicUT
vVf ID IU lli'TVll1? (H lr.AWWTOrfl
rHliit'tiuii of Ihu tituiftmlilu furva nf
1) I orps mat Company
... FASHION OltCIIKSTKA
llunjo KollfU tlio
iimiiim lis of On1 ulr.
or llio erllalrli' mnmirt-ii of Muck-faw
Serlu Comic VoeulUt
In new uiul vpiLrklfiur ocul Rctnft.
run cigarettes. 111 not buck loiueups
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 85, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 11, 1885, newspaper, April 11, 1885; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth163140/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .