The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 217, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 12, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
BEST PREVESTAT1VE OP CHOLERA I
A Ikxo Of
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V. Number 217.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 121885.
Only $5 a Year.
For All Kln.li Of
A llotlle Of
Harry Baum's Whiskey.
.j imt Deceived The largest Mil
Bi i ira : i m
i i its i
We desire nIo call speelnt attention. Hint we curry llm molt elegant !. or
BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES.
Inuiir Ladles (Iron gnodt Ociinrtmctit every vnrlcty of the lalcst stj let nnd
imternn onn bo seen. An Inspection la n iked liy our lnily ouitunicrs.
'""SMITH & GO '
Ihiivcksoiis toJw. ii. pmitiiI
Fire Marine $ Tornado Insurance
Compiiny of llnglnnd
ssiirance Cnnipjuiy. ol l-nsl itnl
nee Company of lhijcli.tid
nCoiiip.iny of lingliHitl.
mperlal Fire In
I'lifenls Assurance Company of I '.n eland
Inuranr Company of Korth.Amiirtca or riilladtdphlA..
I'hmiilx Insuranc-a Company of Hartford I'onti
I'hnjnli liistirancitUt.mpmy.of llronklyn N. V
Amorlran Ontral Inpursnc Coitipimy r.f 1 1. I-oiils Mo...
Over Rlsche's C'gsr Store 275 Commerce Street.
maiii: i.v tiii:
SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO.
310 U20 and 332 South Floroa Streot.
San Antonio Texas.
Main and Military flu San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN. JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient In liuslrirFK center with l.rnt nceom lutlims. IM-1
J. H. HARQUART
I luive on hand five hundrtd of the following styles of line hnml nml home tnuilu
goods: Prince Albert Ciilf the Oxford Tie. tlno Cair low ijnQter Strop Tie Three
Mutton Oxford Kid nnd Newport tie Kid. nil oftheui low qiinter goods which will
lie Bold at the reiluceu rnie 01 live uouars
Will sell von n Hoot or Shoe Home and
any In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made Roods to ho
closed out at prices lower than heretofore known. Tills oiler Is for the next 30
days. Call early and bo convinced.
Pino Custom Work a Specialty.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Thomas Goggan & Bra
Also oiirtlos tho bnrnest 8tm-k or nil kln.U of Musical Instruments and Musical Supplies
if an Iiiiiiso In tlm Buutli. UDMI'Kri HON IN yUALlTV HTVI.K AND 1'ltICK 1IKHI:1.
i.hii or vuuu uir uuiiiioifuH or rric.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Scholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
tSTLunoh and Meals at all hours.
I onto waiters In attendance.
llnost selected stock of liny unit
ixn IiT.maum: comimnh.s.
U 071 1111(1
Telephone No. 185.
lt OK TIIK
Hnnd Mnde. My stock la superior to
No. 17 Solodad.Bt.op. Courthouse.
f.w. McAllister &bro
2C1 201 AND 20) S. ALAMO ST. COR. VlLLITA
HAN ANTONIO TICXAH
aro Wholesale ami Itetall Dealers In Austin
Whllo Llmo Host II ramie or Dark Hoscndulo ar
Imported KukIIsU Portland Cements Piaster
I'ttrli and Lonjr Gout Hair and would ask vou
call or write us for prices before purchasing eh
where Men bo mention this paper.
Everything served In First-Clan Style
President Cleveland and Hit Mall A
Newspaper Enterprise Etc.
tin our reinilar cirres penitent.
Waiiiiniiiuv. September fill IK"!.
TheTablo correspondent of Tone of llio
Western dallies wrote a glunlng letter
to Ids paper a week nr two ago In
which lie tnaue me statement mat rres-
Ident Cleveland received every day In
the rear an average of fiU.OUU letters.
airlnattvc vvriiertlicn went on to
Klvethe details of how this vast mull
wasiiumpeuon me nooroiuic pnsioiitee
separated hy an army of clerks; loaded
onto big cart tor delivery at the F.xe-
cullvo mansion 'there another small
army seized IhoMl.KH) letters and dis-
sected tlii'iu. 'the olllclals of the city
postolllcH laiiKhed when I culled their
attention to this statement but said It
was worse than others that are written
verr dav. The President's mull the
Superintendent said averages In the
neiguuornonu ot per nay lor toe en-
tire year. Some are addressed MThe
l'resldent." but the majority have the
name of ''drover Cleveland" betide
numerous titles. During the mouth of
August there have been less than fill let-
ters a day received addressed to the
ivuite nouse. me people waicn ino
President's movements closely. When
ho goes away for any length of time
they let him alone. When It Is stated
he It about to return the mall comes
louring In again. At present the uiall
is advancing cverr dav. No account It
kept at the postofllce of the arrival of
newspapers pamphlets circulars etc.
addressed to the White House.
A meeting of about IS of the resident
correspondents of newspapers In this
city was held last evening to formally
consider the scheme for a weekly news-
paper wnicu lias oeen ior some lime un-
ler coniiueration. I lie new enterprise
contribute one article each week over
his own signature. In which ho shall have
full liberty to express any opinions or
Ideas of which he may be possessed.
There will be no editor to pass
upon or reject communications from
the associated writers and each
one will have full swing. The
American News cotnnanr his agreed
to take hold of tho paper and It Is ex
pected mat i lie nrsi nuiiuier win do is-
sued about November 1. It promises to
bo a very Interesting publication and It
certainly ought to succeed. There will
be plenty ot people ho will want to see
what so many bright and able writers
will have to say each week. .Mr. Weight-
man. of the New Orleans Times-Demo
crat has been an active leaderln tho en
a large gray rox was cnaseii out ot ino
White llouse grounds vesterduv morn
ing. He was walking about In tho
Mower garden anxious doubtless to find
the Presidential hen-coop. When dls-
eovcrcu ne ran oui tuwaru mo wnsu-
Ington monument. I.k.xox.
Uai.vkston September 11. At noon
to-day pursuant to a notice served this
morning on the .Mayor and Hoard of Al
dermen Washington No. 1 the pioneer
steam lire company formally transferred
Its engine houto to the chief engineer
nnd disbanded. The history of the af
fair leading to such lummarv notion
dates from the ollering of a resolution
ooioretue uuy uouncu auvocating n
paid lire department and the subsequent
action of the Council and committee of
citizens to whom the matter was re-
ferred in furtherance of the object of the
resolution without' taking the lire de-
partment through Its representatives
Into consultation. The example set by
No. 1 will most probably be followed by
Xos. 2 and il. Hook and Ladder Com-
pany No. 1 has decided to remain until
formally relieved while the remaining
companies S and C have not yet given
expression to their views. In the mean-
time pending action on tho resolution
hy the Council the chief engineer has
been Instructed to retain tho employees
of the engines and employ men in the
event of necessity
A 8 o'clock this evening tho falling of
a pile of lumber Instantly killed Henry
Schneider aged 7 years broko the arm
and leg of Kddle dulling aged 1:1 and
slightly Injured some others.
Siiamakix l'a. September 11. Mollle
McQulrelsm Is again rfcmpant In the up-
per and I.uzerne districts. Nine mur-
ders have recently occurred In the
northern coal field and mines are fre-
quently tired. Murderers and llro bugs
go free and the coal nnd Iron pollen
seem powerless to afford protection to
life and property. Moonlight rlllo com-
panies are drilling unmolested and the
association of miners and laborers Is
dally growing hy hundreds. It Is about
known mat me moi io aicuuiro urotner-
hood has been quietly organizing since
last April and a general outbreak Is
confidently looked for before November.
Dotectlves aro watching for tho ap-
proach of the ISoclallst Qersdeh of Chi-
cago who It Is thought will try to or-
ganize a revolt among the miners. The
familiar collln notices have been re-
ceived by a number of members of the
law and order societies.
Negro Rapist Hanged.
Cincinnati September II. Last Sat-
urday a negro nau..d Scales who had
Just been discharged from the Clnolnnatl
work house and obtained employment
on a farm In lloone county Kentucky
made a brutal assault and rape upon a
flvo-year old daughter of a poor man
named Lunsford. The negro knew the
child was alone In tho house before he
entered. Having threatened to kill her
If she told the little one did not toll her
mother until her pain compelled tho dis-
covery. Scales was arretted and with
dlllloulty taken to Burlington Jail. There
have been rumors nightly of attempts to
lynch him. Last midnight a mob gath-
ered at Florence and went In wagont
and on horses back to Ili'rllngton broke
Into the Jail carried the negro to the
woods on the turnpike and hung him to
The Rebellion Leader.
Oitawa Canada September 11. Pe-
titions are bolng received dally at the
State department praying that Kiel's
sentence be commuted. Other petitions
praying that the law may be allowed to
take Its eourse are received from the
northwest Tho Citizen a government
organ sayt: As the execution or Kiel
cannot take place without Instructions
from Ottawa the government will with-
draw the order for his execution until
the case shall have been argued before
Hickory Switch Regulators.
CiiAiurxioN S. C September II. A
full account It published of the lucent
doings of hands of while regulators In
Falrlleld county showing that their
motive Is n determination to slop mis-
cegenation. Lust duly the regulators
ciuiipostil of llm best )oung men of the
county vlslled a fiinn near llldgeway
wlu re lived a whllo family named lluyle.
One of the daughters Is living openly
with n iiegrn. Two others ketit a dis-
reputable house for negrne Tho regu-
lators whipped lloylo his wife and two
daughters and wanted theiu to leave
the comity In 111 days. Ilo In begged to
be allowed to linn est his crop and on
nc o nit of his poverty ho was given
leave to do so. lint In the meantime the
original order being disobeyed the reg-
ulators gave the family another whip-
plug. Next the regulators visited par-
ties between ltldgewnv anil Wltinsborn
and whipped them badly. I.lojd Dm Is
who has a negro mistress was next vis-
ited. Ho got away. Ills furniture was
badly broken up nnd his colored family
warned to quit. Tom Davis the richest
merchant In lEhlitoway reported to be
worth $l."i.00 was given HI days to quit
beeauso he had a negro mistress. He
left Ida business In the hands of clerks
and put out for .Mississippi. Host W Il-
linois living on the other side of ltldge-
wnv wltti a degress was visited and
showed light but was severely whipped
us was his mistress nnd ordered to leave.
About 10 families alt mixed have felt
the power of the regulators so far. The
excuse tho regulators give Is that the
grand Jury does not takn cognizance of
those living In open adultery because It
Is sn hard to prove It. Tho pcoplu could
not he reached by Inw and so It was de-
termined to reach I lie Ml outside uf law.
Chief nllcnders whether warned or not
nre dissolving their establishments and
leaving and fear of exposure and pun-
ishment prevails. The regulators dis-
guise themselves while visiting by cov-
ering their faces with cloths. So weap-
ons but hickory switches have been used.
Miscellaneous Foreign Notes.
Mapiiip September II. Admiral Top-
let! under Secretnry of the Marino has
resigned tils olllco on account of Un-
friendly It rms embodied In the Spanish
reply to Uermnuy respecting the Cnro-
141114 September 11. Spanish news
to-day Is of a peaceful character. Ilelll-
cose manifestos have been placarded 111
many towns Lo Paris states It has re-
ceived information from an authentic
source that the (lerinau licet has been
ordered to be In readiness In case of
I.oM'ON September 11. The Stand-
ard's Madrid dispatch says: TheSpanlth
note to (jermnny concludes with expres
sion of the hope that (iermany will re-
cognize the prior rlghtn of Spain even
In the Islands which tho Oeriiuin cruis
ers have occupied. Iftlermany admits
the Spanish rights Spain will insert In
the oltlelal Ouzette an apology In the
name of tho King Uovernment and
country for tho Insults to the Herman
CoNsrAXiiNopi.K September II. The
United States maii-of-war Qiilnuabaug
will sail for Smyrna on tho llth Instant.
The vessel was detained at tho arsenal
nt Pera to make necessary repairs. Tho
Sultan declined to allow payment for
tho repairs and Mr. Cox. the United
States Minister thanked Ids majesty for
the courtesy extended to Ids country-
men. Mr. Cox had Ids llrst Interview
with Suld Pasha the (Irani! Izler to-
day concerning the tarlll' laws which af-
fect the trade of the United .Slides.
WaiIUmiidv September 11. Tho
Marine Hospital bureau Is Informed
through the Collector of Customs at Kl
Paso that yellow fever Is epidemic In the
Stnte of Sonora .Mexico nnd that a lc
quest Is mado for tho appointment of a
medical Inspector nt Nogales. The Col-
lector was authorized to appoint an In-
spector at once. The Uurenit Is also In-
formed of the arrival of the stenmshli
(Jardlner nt Hampton roads '21 days
from Marseilles with all on hoard. None
ot her crew will bo allowed to land until
tho authorities aro satisfied that no dan
ger will result therefrom. Secretary
llayard was Informed to-day by cable
that cholera Is Increasing at Palermo
in sicny generally.
Back at School.
lie puts away his lines nnd hooks
For closed to him aro pond and pool;
With heavy heart he takes Ids books
And snail-like creep- to school.
Tho captain of the "Champions'" club
Has fallen from his high estate.
Ann just like nny omer uud
Is whipped when ho Is late.
A Disagreeable Task.
John Iloach's shipyard run ns an ap
pendage to a Democratlo administration.
docs not appear to furnish an easy or
pleasant experiment. Had Mr. ltoach
himself as was often charged run his
iiusiness on political lines lie would
havo found the task nu to us d socree
able and disastrous. Philadelphia
A New Voudoo Charm.
"A Itobcrtson county darkey" says tho
Vt nco Day "has been arrested for swind
ling the chnrge being that he ollered for
sale printed copies of a letter purporting
to have been written byjcsjs Christ and
found hidden under a stone of the cross.
It was claimed that n copy of this letter.
hung up In the home will have tho
etiect or preventing disease and pesti-
lence of any kind nnd ward oil' lightning
niiu any luipenuing uanger."
A Decided Bargain.
"I can't cat that lco cream" ho talil
ns he shoved back from the table with a
disgusted expression on his (ace.
"Anything wrong?" queried the pro-
prietor or the parlor as he rubbed his
hands and looked anxlout.
'It's beastly etui!"."
"Dear me but I'm sorry. Susnn h hat
flavor did this gentleman order!"
"And you gave It to him?"
"Ahl that explains. I'm out of vanilla
and alio mutt have used kerosene. I'll
mako It at half price to you sir and you
get all the advantage or a sure cure for
soro throat." Detroit Free Press.
Tho only cigarettes which do not
stlok to tho lips are Opera Pull's tf
Of tho Colobration of Moxicmi
At Fctt't Qsrden-Freo Beer Free Danc-
ing and Free Dramatic Exhibition
The billowing It the programme
adopted hy the Soeledad llenevolencla
Mexlcana for the celebration of tho In-
lependenci' day at Fest's garden on the
l.'dh and Kith of September.
At :i p. in. on the l-'lh there will be a
meeting on Washington square where
n procession will he formed preceded hy
.1 linn I'. Salts' band from which n par
ade will be had through tlm principal
streets and to Fest's garden on South
At II p. in. MlsaosSollilelln Ilnmlrez
Antonla Floret .loscfa L'nmpii and
Itoaaura Uarcla will ting the Mexloan
National hymn from tho stage In the
hall. A National salute will be tired
after which Mr. Santiago Warren will
read the Declaration of Independence
and deliver tho opening address. After
the opening address the following gen
tlemen win auuress me auiiienco in tip-
proprlnto terms: K. D. (larza Oeorge
Paschal Lino Sanchez and Augiittln
under the direction of Adolfa Iluniior
mngiilllcent fireworks will be set oil on
The festivities will conclude with a
grand hall to all. Tho best of order will
be maintained nnd rowdyism promptly
At I P. m.. the Mexican Consul. Dr. 1.
Ornelat will be received with tho re-
spect and honor due Ida rank.
ill ImHJ p. in. ine nauonai uymn win
j sung by young ladles and some ap
propriate verses written for the occa-
non win do rccueu uy a young lauy
I'hls will bo followed hv sneakers.
among whom will ho F.lenterlo Olivers
.lonn it. unpeianu lotuas hnncnez ami
At 7 n Mexlcnn dramatlo company
will give a free rcprcsentatlnr. of somit
of their most popular plays.
A national sauuo win on ureii. 101-
lowed by another brilliant display of
Tho celebration will terminate with a
grand free hall.
The following aro the marshals of the
Chler Marshal Francisco Clalan.
Asslstnnt Murshals Tomas Morln.
Hint Mateo .lose Chavez
Alejandro Amelia Klc Ilo Uarcla
(!. Crawford Pcilro Chavez
Jim Coy Adalfa Iluquor.
Fkiisanipo (1aii President.
.Iimk L. Moms Secretary.
lletwceu the hours oft and ') p. in. on
the night of the l.'dh there will bo somo
101) kegs of beer served freo to nil those
on tho grounds. No chargo will bo
made for tables on the grounds for the
sale of lunch or refreshments all will be
Olllccr Matsey found James O'llreln
drunk and down and lodged him In the
bat cave. The Judge laid
Julia Ulpka wat charged with throw.
Ing stones ut Mrs. Halowlck. The de-
fendanls were of the Polish nationality
and were representatives of dlllercnt
families who do washing for a living
emnlty seems to havo grown out of ri-
valry In the washing business. Mrs.
Halowlck teslllled that Mrs. Ulpka
threw stones nt her and tried to spit on
her and her children. Mrs. Halowlck
wns charged with being disorderly
lloth cuses wero dismissed.
Ilrnntler. drunk was still continued.
Julian do In Cruz was taking un nrettv
much all of Houston street yesterday.
no was cnnrgen witn neuig uriinK anil
was lined $.1.
John Oilrlen was up for being drunk
and was found guilty and lined
den. Ureene a very tuiall negro boy
was oharged with cureless driving In an
old dray. He ran against a lamp post
anil injureu it consiuerauiy. lie
Juana Ktparsa wat fined; the regular
sum oi ?u ior ueing urunK.
Justu I.nrda was alto lined $.1.
Tho nnnual medal hop of Madame Vir
ginia Donaldson's dancing class took
place last night at San l'edro Springs
nnd wat attended by about 200 ladles
and gentlemen. The programmo began
nt 0 o'clock with a grand march led hy
Mr. William Iloefgen and lady nnd was
strictly followed until II o'clock when
the dancing for the ladles and gentle-
men's medals took place. There were
live contestants for the ladles medal
which was won after a bard contest by
Mist Jotephlne Sell'el who has acquired
such proficiency In but .three months
training Mils Sophie Santleben wns
her adversary and received honorable
mention. The gentlemen's medal was
contetted for by tlx young gentlemen
nnd this number gradually narrowed to
to Matters Thomas Uarvin and A.
Lockwood. After a severe trial the
medal was awarded to Master Uarvin
with honorable mention for Mnster
Lockwood Tho announcements were
greeted wltti prolonged applause
Hunter ' William 'il. Scumltt Frank
After this part of the programme
danolng was returned and continued un.
til 2 o'clock this morning when a return
was tnaue to town.
Another Trunk Mystery.
A Mexican found a new trunk early
this morning In the mesqulte brush near
the stock pent of the International rail
way In the l lrst ward. lie Itumedl
ately notllled tho nenrett ofllcer Andreas
Drown living on San Saba street who
repaired to tho spot and carried the
trunk and contents to the bat cave.
where the trunk was forced open by
Captain Hughes and the contents ex.
amlned. They proved to consist of
matcnes urown cigarette papers some
cneap lemaie eiotuing urcstes aim gow-
gaws. and a letter envelope was also dis
covered on the back of which was the
auuress lomas niareai Jtcunue
Texas." with the Postmark from Has.
tron. A tag wat on the trunk from Mr.
Koenlgheltn the pawn broker which
wuuiu iiuiioaiD uiai lue irunK was pur
ciiuaru iu mis .uy null lliuiien in Til'
orusu ior no uoneti purpose.
TEXAS; TOILET TRIFLE
.MANL'fAtTfltllll POU'.t.Y 11 V
J. A. SELBY & CO.
P. O. Box 1 24 Galveston Texas.
If "I-oiutr Itr onlr skin 1ep' then It Is eminently necrssarr that thf skin should 1 well
id Jihllcliiiir.lv rrt-l (nr. lUi-oiMiKfiiir this position livlhs nre innsUntlr seeking soino
ft In m Itr whfi-li t( piirtrv find Unutlfy tho skin t-s iM-claUr that nf the hands and face and
iho'iliifiit uHin this niiklrty many nml rums have hern foisted up-untlicm tribe sheer power
mhertlslntr; hut llu re 1 no hitiirer anr nw-d for illMptHitntincnt or dlnirust as after long
i i.ly nnd nuinv pnu tlcal teots the TIl.X AH Toll.KT Tltlfl.K ha proved to lo a perfect Tan
i Kiim-hi.r i:ttAiiriTn ahu fK i jt MrAt'Tirmt remorlnff lllotehes 1'ltnplea and lllem
lies from the Skin nod while eanslinr It to lufuino an soft and heautirul as an Infant'a it
i tint' mi ilelrlment to hiullli. A a primf Unit It Is perfectly harmless a dessert spoonful
ken Inn ruully iieisoniy hm n mil l latnihe As nn addition fo a ladles' toilet outfit U Is In
l limit. Ii- nml hi iiothimr more or ! tl whnt It Is represented tu It ia ju.watm xmiii
i.I K K. il!heirniileli.roniidtho lKal ir imiterlnls are used In Ha ninnufaeturo under th
rti t uiMri islon of it IimmiiImt of the linn. 1 1 illertfur endorMementa from ladles who hate
fully ttnird It nre Ih-Imi eoii-t nutty reeelrod.
TV t'll.Nlrt PKlt lltrrn.l fhoiiid jrni lallhimm It wrliutousuimienciosmifisiai
rorM Tents nnd we will forward 11 lojjnurinddrrM.
Itnrry L. Fowler Aircnt for San Antonio 14 V. Houston St.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 50 Cents.
ii'iiak. i'.. iiMJiirrri
Life on the Border.
Monday Sept. 14th.
FALL OF 188a
To the Dry Goods Trade of San Antonio and Western Texas.
Iliivlnirarriinire-l wllli Messrs. Hi:n Aniikii iin.l Mikr Ocpkhikiukii of Ban Anlonln to
n-l.n sent us In Western Testis we luke pleiisiire In liinirmlnir joii that they Imvn opened an
i!!pw.ii?. ffiuo !vVTl'iif0MME"E STJEET' Antonio
Full Line of Samples of Dry Goods.
n lin y emi nNujMlH
ion will ellher eomiiiun
liiisliiessiind lum diterii
H PB ABGEB
No. 4 -East Commerce Street will remoue
to his new building No. 262 and 264 East
Commerce Street and is selling out his
entire stoch of Cooliing and Heating Stoves
Must Have Room.
For Ids Fall and Winter Stock to Arrlvo ilurlnj the noxt Thlrty;i)ayt
All Goods Marked Down.
Tho Largost Dry Goods and
Kid Gloves Hosiery and Laces
Ills Stook of Kid gloves Is very large. Alto all kinds or Silk and Dale Thread
Gloves Ladles' and Children's line Silk Lisle Thread lialbrlggan and Cotton
I lose In endless variety. Also a very Irrgo stock orall Kindt of Luces.
The Millinery Department.
- .....w. .niiu ivt win pieasc too
SSM'..!ll0M.0.1.t.r:g ani .nikc of Honneta and Hats Ostrich riumct
Tips Itlbbont and Trlmmlngt will bo found thoro.
Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Etc.
Tho summer ttook or clothing Is very largo and embraces In the Latett pat
term 1'rlnce Albert Cutaway I'ongeo Silk Seersucker. Linen and Alapaca Suits
tor Men and Hoys. A very largo and complete stook or Ladles Misses' Men's
and Hoys Shoos and Hoots. A full lino or Stetson felt Hats Straw Hats and Caps.
Finest Furniture and Carpets.
Ills Furnlturo Department Is complete with household goods and he will suit
everybody In this line. Among other Goods we Und I'lusU Parlor Suits Mohair
Parlor sultt alnut and Alb. Iledroom Sultt Wardrobes Chairs Body Ilrasselt
and Ingrain Carpets ittigs Mattlng.Curtalns Window Shades and Kto.
Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
tC5rSend for Samples.
MAIN I'LAZA AND ACKQUIA BT1U5ET.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
It ean l ohtalited from any leading! Dnitrtrlst
Shoes and Hats
nl. They will enll on )ou In duo llmo with samples. Wo trust
with or roseno your imli-ra Tor litem. Wo appreciate jour
to cultivate It nnd fel eond-h-tit that an 1njeclioti of our
si cure for us n fair shitro of the irttdvof Han Antonio and
nm. Asner A )pentielmer by our Trleiids und cus-
ruly LEON Si II. BLUM Galveston. Texas.
pleased to lime merchants cull on us and examine
A SI I En 8t OPPENHEIMEn.
Clothing Houso in Wost Toxas.
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