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The San Antonio Light.
MRS. L. II. MOSS, '
Ladles' Misses' Cliiltlrcns' Shoes
Kxcluslroly. Ladles only m charge. Rverr '
ladr ran bo iruaranteod an easy, nlra and tcr
rect tlttlnir slioe. 1
Water Kilters. Iro-crenm Krreztvr.
llAthtnir ApiirntiiH, and Flower Put p,
Vy Traps, Hlnl Caire.
Ilftmiiiocii, Croiuet Pets,
Lwn Tonnifi, Lunch Ilmlictn,
Patent Hatter Churns,
Oil Stovets rurnncc,
WwOilnif Miiclilnes, Mtiniflp.
Flu Mm Mclilne, Ajfuto Ware,
Mntnn'ri Fruit Jura,
Crockery hik) Gluftiwiirp,
Homo Furnltthlnir Good,
Wooden nnd vVlllowwflrf.
Cheap I Cheap I Cheap 1 Clm-tp .
At WAGNER'S BAZAAR.
Don't You Parcel It 1
You can art tho LiaiiT every day tor 11 wtek
for only 10 cents.
t ins Itoomsto Itent.
To let In sen of two for ottlwa or dwelling
rooms, six very larjro rooms In tho Terrell
block. Apply to Messrs. Freyer Bros.. 4ftl W'rst
Comraercu street. "--"Utf
Whole.ulc Chicken Theft.
A chicken thiel got Into the chicken coop
of a San Antonio hotel and carried off more
than too chickens. The thlsf Is, of course,
said to be of dusky hue.
Concepcion Tovles and Joejerald, escaped
convicts who have been arrested by the
S ierifTs deputies, have been sent to Marion to
work out the remainder of their sentences.
Arcldrnt to a Clillil.
Minnie, the little daughter ol Mr. Daily,
book keeper at Alkcns', fell yesterday from
the gallery of her father's house, where she
was playing, and badly fractured her knee.
A Utile Kxpliiiintloii.
The Dave Fry, arrested for stealing the
Chinaman's watch, Is the son of the well
known Dave Fry, but Dave Fry, Sr., still con
tinues by his good conduct to retain the good
reputation he has earned.
He lluys la Sim Antonio.
A well knowo sheep man returned from an
extended trip north and west on last Saturday.
After visiting a number of jewelry establish
ments In Chicago and St. Louis, he purchased
a fine watch from L. Kouvant.
Two Mexicans endeavored to carve each
other at Seabright & Carothers' ranee near
llracket. One of the Mexican's nearly had
his hand cut off, and has come here for treat
ment; the other has fled to tli: land of God
MissTillie Deussen gave a very pleasant
parly yesterday, and a large number of friends
were present, among whom were noticed the
Misses Pauline Huck, B, Deussen, Johanna
Rlsche, L. Ileuermann, T. Ilrlam, E. Haencl,
A. Disseldorf, Dora Muegge, V. Muegge and
several local beaux.
Captain J. M. Lancaster, Third artillery, is
detailed as recorder of the retiring board con
stituted by Paragraph II,, Special Orders No.
167, headquarters ol the army, current series.
Recruit Henry C. Jones, enlisted by the
recuiting officer In San Antonio, Texas, Is as
signed to troop E, Tenth cavalry.
The item in the Corpus Christ! Critic, pub
lished in the Light yesterday, speaking of
the good reputation of Dave Fry, in that city,
was all right and truly deserved for the person
whom the Critic had in mind, but the man by
that name who stole a watch from a China
man in this city, a few days ago, is altogether
Wronging a Dead Woman.
The city physician examined the person of
the young French woman, Marie Tournier,
who died on Sunday from sunstroke, after
death, and states most emphatically that she
was not, as the Express states, encicnte. The
remainder ol the account, In many important
espects, is equally apocryphal.
All Over Seventy Cents.
Mr. Kibby was before the Recorder this
morning for using abusive language towards
Mr. Robinson. It appears Kibby went into
Robinson's saloon with a friend, when two
drinks were ordered. Kibby, belore drinking
his beverage said to Robinson that he did not
want to drink In his (Robinson's) house, at
the same time calling him a filthy name.
Mr. Robinson replied, "Yes, because you
owe me 70 cents," and went for his account
book and proved the debt, whereupon Kibby
tried to get round the counter to strike Rob
inson, who seized a glass and threatened to
use It on Klbby's countenance If he advanced
any further. Kibby was ultimately fined $10
as a reminder that civility Is the best policy.
Tlie Inirstlicatlnn Continue, mill the 1M
i1enc In raorlile to tlifl Ac-cusrtl.
The Kren courtmarllal Kill drags on and
the evidence for the defense now stops the
war. The evidence being eiy voluminous,
the itrvtcci of Mr. J. T. Tiller were wisely
retained phonogripher, and he was duly
worn in. Major Lee, K. II. Terrell and T.
II. Kampmann were called and examined a
to the work executed by Major John Kren,
and their evidence tended to ihow that at least
full value had been given for the money ex
pended. The court then adjourned until 10
o'clock this morning.
The court met again this morning and arc
are still engaged In hearing the testimony for
They fined llelt.
llessie Stokes was before the Recorder and
a jury this morning charged with being a
vagrant. llessie denied this, but the evi
dence against her was strong, aid notwith
standing the eloquent appeal on her behalf,
which Mr. M. G. Anderson made, the jury
fined her $to, with the option of 30 days In
jail. The fine was, of course, paid.
A New Deputy Miiriliul.
There was joy throughout all Castroville on
Saturday, the people shouted, sang and drank
much beer In honor of an auspicious event
that had long been anticipated, What was it?
Why Marshal Gosling had appo nted another
deputy, a fair haired babe who had just ar
rived at the family residence. Here's health
to Ihe yrung marshal.
During the time Intervening between the
closing of the store of Mr. Mori is, of Austin
street, on Saturday night, and Its opening on
Sunday morning, some thief or thieves paid It
a visit and helped themselves to about $300
worth of money and goods. Of course no
one knows who did it, and It is ques'lonab'e
whether thi culprit will be traced.
liirrritnlliE the AMlnent.
The Board ol Equalisation this morning at
their meetlrg decided to Increaie the follow
ing assessments: San Antonio Real Estate,
Building and Loan association, $50,000;
Bexar Building and Loan association, $60,
000; T. J. Devlne, $10,973; J. M. Emerson,
$1800; T. II. James, $17,000.
The Hoard then adjourned to meet on Mon
.1 Had Kail.
Our sanitary officer, Emit Opperman, met
with a severe accident; he was walking down
the Military plaza when he stepped on a piece
of lemon peel, over which he slipped and fell,
the stump of his arm colliding with great
force against the ground. The doctors have
ordered him to keep quiet fir some time to
come and think an amputation will probably
The cry Is still they come. Three more pe
titioners lor pensions presented themtctves at
the County court yesterday. Their names
were I'abty Salinas, Antonio Trevino, and
Francisco Castillo. The application of the two
former were granted, but decision in the lat
ter case was postponed, as Castillo also wants
1 2S0 acres ol land as a compensation for his
A Cruel Theft.
The festive burglar Is still a burglaring
and his last feat Is one of peculiar audacity.
He actually had the temerity to enter the en
closed premises of Police Olhcer Dolin and
to steal a rocking chair that had been in the
family for 20 years. The chair It not worth
much, but It is the one In which the officer
had taken his luxurious ease for many years
and he misses it very much.
Those in charge ol the jail notified a
Light reporter this morning the necessity of
reading matter for the prisoners. They are
continually asking for something to read, but
there Is nothing for them. Anybody, there
fore, who wjshes to promote the little hap
piness of those In the prison will forward
books, old papers, of any sort, old magazines,
etc., to the county jail, where they will be
most thankfully received.
I'atut i:ud to u Heimlich.
Two soldiers attached to the artillery com
pany stationed here had been on a friendly
carouse yesterday, and in the afternoon went
Into the brush where they took a siesta.
About 6 o'clock one of the men awoke, and
was horrified to find that his companion was
dead. Subsequent examination showed that
death was caused by disease of the heart,
superinduced by drink and excessive heat.
Jackson & Co., two lumber dwellings,
14124. north side of Crockett street, $300.
N. S. Burnham, lumber addition, 26x38,
north side of Chavez street, $150.
A. Oppenheimer, rock offices, 20x40, north
side of Market street, $1200.
Mrs. M, Randolf, lumber dwelling, 12x24,
west side of Concho strtet, $350.
Mrs. Martha Brown, lumber dwelling, east
side of East street, $300,
A Light commissioner visited Senorita
Mattina Morales, at the residence of Mr. J,
Morales, on Laredo street, this morning. She
is 104 years o( age and has never been more
than 15 miles out of the city. She was living
on Dolorosa street when the alamo was taken
and rays she has seen Main plaza three feet
under water in the year 1812. For the last 25
years she has not been out of the yard, only
when going to church, and until the last 10
days she has enjoyed perfect health, but at the
present time Is ill and confined to her bed.
llau Hall News.
On Sunday afternoon the Crescent base
ball club and the Cily nine had a friendly
match, when the Crescents scored 20 to the
Cities' 19. Another match will probably be
played off next Sunday.
The catch and pitch of the San Antonio
Blues being disabled, the match with Ihe San
Antonio Athletics, set for to.day, Is de
The San Antonio Blues are ambitious.
Having beaten all here they are anxious to
try the Austinltes. A challenge has been
sent to the famous Red Stockings of that city.
A UNIONOF LOVE.
Mia I'uiinr Haeta U United In Marriage
to Mr. Albert Steve. '
Pressure upon the Lioiit space yesterday pre
vented it recordlngthe marriage of Mr. Albert
Sieves, a junior partner in Ihe welt known
lumber firm of Ed. Steves & Sons, to Miss
Fanny Haeta. The happy couple have been
long engaged and are, It Is said, devotedly at
tached to each other. The marriage Is there
fore, In all respects.one thatprestages a happy
future. The Light sincerely wishes them
much happiness and trusts that the prediction
will be fully verified.
The young couple were united by Justice
Shields and left soon after to spend their
honeymoon In the Notth.
The following bridal presents were made 1
Henry r.lmcndorf, costal leo cream net.
Mrs. ft. Klincndorf. laco pillow Jams.
r.d. rJtotcs, Jr., and linnet mores, parlor
Mrs. IM Stove, bed.room set.
Kd. Stove, deed for two tots and dwelling.
Mr. and Mrs. Dull Klmendorf, two dozen sil
Mr. and .Mrs. August Ilrlam, vrjstnl water
cooler and irlaes.
.Mr. and .Mr. (I. Itchmanii, largo fruit stand
with dower viuo.
Henry lliieta, sller butterdish. .
Mr and Mrs. It. tJclmcfer, carving kiitlu und
Mr. and Mrs.Ouslav Kniniiinanii, silver card
reeeU er and ll cr ntltrbod lambcniuln.
Mr. and Mr J. II. Ianiimann, silver water
liltelier with paintings.
Mr. John A. HerlT, sliver card receiver.
Mm. I), nnd Kd. Klmomlorf, toilet stand.
Mrs. Auirunto Bctiuetzc, silver card ret elver.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Moye, porcelain painted Ice
Mr. and Mrs. C. (Irlcscubcck, sllvtr Jewel
Mr.nnd Mrs. licet. matin. two llowcri osoi.
Mr. and Mrs. (Iruene, silt rr castor.
Arthur (luenthor, bunging silver enffeo pot.
ul Wainicr, silver fruit
Mis .Inn YVnirner. tiluo telrpt miner inn-.
Mr. and Mrs. V Itunuiiel, sllter engraved
Mr. and Mrs tango, porcelain fruit stand.
Mls Mario niuivudorf, slltcr stitched sofu
Mr. mid .Mrs 1' Ouenthcr, carving knlfo and
Mr. and Mr. Krouse, sllvor water pitcher.
Miss Adcln UrlJin. nlrthitor walrh stand.
Mr.nnd Mrs Adniph Wagner, two picture.
Ml. Pauline Huck, velet embroidered sofa
Miss Mario riuentlier, two Inco covers.
Mls Marie Ktmendorf. stitched tamp coers.
Mr. nnd Mr. C II. (liicnther, cotreo sit.
Mr. Krnnz Kimendnrr, glided plcturo frame.
Mrs II. and Annie Kuehn, laeo cover lor sofa
What the ltepnrter I.enrn oil Their Tour
Through the City.
County Collector Cusslanu's child Is very
-do nnd sou the what Is It at tho a rings to
night, r'ellpo Perez nnd Fellpa Perez hate been
Mr. Jernmo Harris belongs to tlio Bed
-On to tho springs to.nlght und soothe four
loters In pantomime.
Mr. rhnrles Seabaugh was found ll "tho
other uflleu" lit! morning.
Thoru was a good pructlco of tne Athletics
nt baso ball yesterday.
-I am going to the springs to-night und
enjoy u good heurty laugh.
.Max Sleuinng, nged 30, died this morning
from an attack or typhus fever.
-Dr. Adolph llerlf celebrated his 35th birth
day In a liberal way yesterday.
-Tho Hlglith cavalry band will ho In full at
tendance at tho springs to-night.
. -Tlie.plcturo of Louis llortnux by r.mtl
Klvolrols very lifelike nnd well executed.
Telephono'connectlon Is now cstabllhcd
between San Antonio, llracke.lt nnd Fort
The Union Jack, of old l'ngland. Hies hIk.tj
thn Ilrltlsh association reading room, over
I:. I.. Dixon sued Pearson i-nolle In Justice
Shield's court for amount of account, $M.
Judgments was given for tho defendants.
This morning Policeman Buckley arrested
John lliirges, who thrashed his wire, and used
up special L'oustubluStaudt, because ho Inter
fered. John Lasher sued ll irtliolouicw Obilattl In
Justice Shield's court this morning for un ac
count of Judgment given for tho de
fendant, An attempt was made to burglsrlzo Itou
vunt'a Jewelry store on Sunday night, but thoy
soon discovered that Mr. Kouvant was tlmre
The ladles of tho Hebrew ltenovolcnt asso
ciation hold tholr regular monthly meeting to
morrow, Wednesday, la tho west room of tho
Templa Itoth IX
Tho man who cnllod the Itccoider, Captain
Bhardeln und tho pollco a set of scoundrels
made 11 most ahlcet apology yesterday, and
for the liencllt of Macedonia cburcn at Krlsih's
An Iron cUd Is being erected on Houston
street In distinct contravention of tho statute.
All the wood Is there, but not a estlgo of sheet
Iron is to bo seen.
-Only one death was reported this morning,
that of u Mex.oin woman named Loinus
I-azora, aged 00 years, who died or djseutery
In tho First ward.
-JustleoShlelds jestcrday placed W. Hun
nels under a $3l bond to answer tho cbnrgo of
.annulling Mr. T. W. Connor. Both arc rlvul
llglitnlog roil men.
Tho majority of tho excursionists from
Iow Orleans aro looking for locations In and
around Sim Antonio. Business, they say, Is
very dull In .Now Orleans.
SUPPLYING A WANT.
Hndeaiors Made to Secure Street Car Ac
commodation on lint Com
The following reply to a petition to the
residents of East Commerce street and neigh
borhood leads to the opinion that the street
railway in that section will soon be con
To lid. Steves and other property holders and
Merchants on Alameda, or I.ast Coullnelee
Gk.ntlemkn.- Answering your communica
tion of this date, desiring to know if our com
pany will build you a ntreet cur line, our reply
I c; provided) our petition to tho Council
to grunt us right of woy Is acted upon favora
bly. Wo will begin work ns soon us wo can
collect tho necesRHry materials, now ordered,
and euu llnlsh and hate the satoo In operation
by tho time our nnd winter weather sets In.
1 am, gentlemen, ilncorely yours,
The street railway would no doubt be a
convenience to the citizens generally, and to
visitors to the city cemetery.
Items (Ileaned In the Hotel Corridor mid
I'roni Vnrlon Oilier Sources.
Mr. Horace Wumhold, proprietor of tho Vau
dcvlllotheutre, Austin, Is visiting friends in tho
Beiirescntatlvo Thompson and Master Her-
Mr. T.T.Martin. of Dripping Springs, Is In
the city visiting hla many friends.
Is Sim Hurt and bis clerks ou Main plazi, deal
ing out cigars and tobacco to tho trado und
public. One can be cnnvlncod of the great
quantity of tobacco, used by calling at Sim
Hurt astoroand seolng tho number of pack,
ages going out and coming In constantly. In
fact, we believe Him Is doing the largest busi
ness In his lino hero and can ulTord to soil low,
as he has no partners or drummers' expenses
nnd is tbo only exclusive tobacconist In Sun
One Uil tfl Ewro
inn Ewes and Lnmbe.
' DIM) Kweaand Wethors.
" WOHhecp wllh leaseor llaneho.
" 71XJ0 Sheep with loose of ltancnc.
CIIAIIUT, MUSd .V Oil
VVOOl. COMMISSION IIOUSK.
CI I A HOT, MOSS ft CO.,
Hn Antnntn, Tota.
Only lOccntan week, and dollvcred by carrier
lu nny part of the city.
Good tablo claret, good sweet catnwba, good
hock wlnoat tin gallon, at tho City (Irocery
Store, au) Commerce strict,
;.31-2t i:. AniiAHAM.
Tim Novelty rcstnurnnt. No. 10 Alnmo street,
will bo sold very low If sold soon. T-:i(-tr.
City Drug Store.
Illllott Jc ltagland. No. 8 Knst Commerce street.
Stock enterely new and Iresh. Tho Indies aro
respectfully In vttril to call and cxnmlne our
stock of toilet articles, perfumer)', soaps,
combs nnd brushes In grent variety, nt lowest
price. Prescriptions a specialty. Orrmun
nnd Spanish spoken. 7-?-lm
Through Car to Claltcston
Tho International and. Great Northern rail
road eompunv Is now running 11 through coach
nnd sleeper from San Antonio to GHlestnn
linoiu cnange. iram irunuuny 111 11 p. 111.,
House tit ltent
On Prcsu street Call at 21 J Market street.
Wo still hava n full lino of tho best doracstlo
Imported summer oasslmeres on hand, and are
prepared to take ord r for custom woi k at ro-
nieeii prices, rirm-eia worn hour la-riett
Clothing to Pit
nnd 311 Main plaza.
Contractor, Take Notice.
IIMs for the ciupenfer work 011 T0111 Harri
son's houo will be received at J. C. Breeding
,V son's oilier, '11 Telephone building, up to :)
o'clock, Thursday, August 2, ItMI. " :il-:'t
Yery Cheap fur Csili.
A desirable city Hock nenr tho San Pedro
springs, or lots on tho Avenue. Apply to
W. P.. lllLTON.aa West Houston st.
ll. A UKAIIAMS.
C. G. Parker, formerly with Thompson
A; Austin, has oH.'lled llrst-elass barber shop
opposlto llord hotel otllco on Dellaresns street,
where he will bo pleased to aeo all his friends
nnd customers. Mr. Parker Is too well known to
need any recommendation ns a llrst-cluss bar-
"Itlrliard la lllimelf Again."
And so Is .Martin In bis new store, n xt door
to Nctto'a drug stoic, )7 Commerce Btrect.
Dono with neatness und dbputcli at Ihe I.iiiiit
Cohen t Koeulghelm '
r.ihlblt tho Unost lino of balbrlgga 1 und Halo
Uto City Orocury Store, 211 Commerco street.
7JI-t P.. A MM HAM.
If You lire SulTerlnB
From torpidity of tho liver or constipation of
tho bowels, try a bottlo of Heiiutlzliic, Dr.
Tobln's great liver medicine, l.very bottlo
I guaranteed to) ou, and your money refunded
if vou aro not Kiitlstled.
For solo at Clavlu's drug store, and by C.
By n young man, who Is disengaged In tho
evenings, any clerical employment. Address,
"T. P.," this olliec. 7-al 3t
Uood Hock llou.o nt h llnrgalii.
In Third ward, with stablo und car rhino
houso. lllcogurdennndshado trees. Must bo
ajldatonco. Price fM. W. K. Hilton,
SM W. Houston kt.
Crab app'.o elder by tho gallon, barrel or half
barrel, something new, at tho City Grocery
Store, Wi Commerco street.
7.3I.21, li. AlllU'lAMS.
The tit. Leonard llutel,
Tho proprietor of the St. Leonard hotel, Main
pia.n, prCMMHS HIS cnilipiliucnui iu uio hum-ii
Tho dining room Is spacious nnd nlry, and
gentlemen will llnd this u quiet and pleunant
placoto bring their lady Irlends for a lun
cheon or dluner, cooked to order, at short no.
1 ho rates of faro have been placed at a mod
eratu nguro, and tho business of the liousu will
Arrived at tho City Grocery Store, am Com
mereo street, Imported Mwl-s cheese, New
York cream cheese, New Holland checw, Nip
bugo cheese, palineaan cheese.
;.:il.L't 11. AmiAHAMK.
Desirable Houses and Ixit for Sale.
Handsome cottage or tlvo rooms, etc., 011
Dlgnowity bill, only Slow.
Very handsome rusldcnco oil Duuowlty hill,
wirn largo 101, tuuno.
Nice new houso on corner lot nt Sf-100
Several new cnttagis near Avenue C,
Cltv lots from $75 upward.
In endless variety and nil tho latcst st) los ou
-Now spring clothing and hats Just in.
Worthy of Attentlou.
For tho best of custom made boots and
shoes go to tho new storo of Martin, next door
to Nelto's drug storo, 17 Commerco street.
After Lung Trial
We And that tho Continental Ink and inucllago
gives general satisfaction. Noverhad 11 com
plaint. Kvery thing In stationery lino at
6-7-1 m Baliiwin'h, -.7 Commoreo St.
Tho flncBt lino of pleco goods for tho spring
aud summor to bo found In tho State nt
I'ANCOADT Ic SOU
You U lll Find
Hvcrythlog In gent'sfurnlshlnggondsfionitli6
cheuH!Bt to Iho finest nt Cohen & Koenlu helm's,
Pleco goods by tho suitor yard for spring,
Pawcoaut Si Bon.
For Nate lor Los than Cost.
A lino liquor saloon. Inqulro of
W. K. Hii.rrtN,
Mi W.Houston St.
New Goods, New Prices
At Martin's shoo storo, 237 Commerce streot,
Call nud soo him. "--"Mm
J. JOSKE & SONS
lltcpcctfullr timio.iuc to their cu lomeii and Uio trtitlo Kcnernlli' tliat
their atsiorlniunt of
Iscomplcto, and will bo kept so through tho season. Youths' and boys' clothing, shlitaaud
shirt waists. In great variety. Wo aro enlarging constantly our shoo depart
ment, and li.ivo at present tho best assortment of
IT . 3F5L OTJ V A 1ST "J?
SH Cojimerco street. Sun Antonio, near Main
plain, makes a specialty of the very llnest
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
Repeater, striking Inu-s an 1 quarter; repeat 'n, striking hour, qu triers, inlnules: celebrated
Adolph Schneider and Howard watches; chronograph, marking II. th wood; calendar watches,
showing the mouth, day of tho montn. day of tho week, ami change of the moon. Wntchea for
engineers, train binds, yard men, stockmen, ranchmen. In gold, silver nod tit iRIo of every de
crlpllon. Tho watch repairing department being iinder.niv luminal supervision, nnd n I lia.ro
worked In tho liet establishments In London, Paris and Geneva, I can repair any complicated
watch thoroughly. 7-7-M m
'atent Pole Tip i Neck Yoke Clamp
No. VJS, Solctlnd Street, Sun Antonio, ToxnK.
Grenet's Alamo Store.
In Dry Goods Department, Upstairs
Dry Gflotls, Dress Gootls, Trlfflniiiiffs
Luces, Gloves, Iluiidlcerclilel's, Ladles' ami
Clilldrciis' Shoes, ClotliliiK, lints, Hoots mitl
Slious, GInsswnre, Crockery, Fancy Oootls, Utc.
TO BE CONTINUED DAILY
XJxitil Closed Ouit-
83yCome one, come all. Ladies specially invited. The Grocery Department
will be carried on as usual, and will continue to supply first quality goods at
fair prices. Come and be convinced that we mean exactly what we say.
no. sum:da sTiiEirr, sax antoxiOjTLXas.
JCJ-OYHING AND SCOURING A SPECIALTY.
Keep a well trtected stock of J earn and Can.mere Spring Hot torn Pants on hand. Guarantees entire na
si fact Ion In style, fit and prices. Repairing done In good stle, Give him a cill, 7a8-Cm
MESQUITE BLOCK PAVEMENT.
Contractor and Manufacturer.
The Heil Material now ofTered to llie ppllic for Streets and Sidewalk Pavinff.
l'KlCUS-iit Clan S Clip.r font. 3d CUia si cu. J Clau o CL.
OFflCC AND FAC10RV 306 and 308 SOUTH LAKCUO Si'., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, j-ii-iy
mm CLEAMNG sale;
I.ndles', Misses', Children's Shoos nnd
Slippers, Drees Goods, I.nwiis, Deludes,
Xim's Vclllnir, Purnsols, Kims, Gloves, mils,
Daninsl.'s, Towels, Napkins, GliifrliiiuiH.
Bur fflire Sit at Actual Cost
Furnishing goods, hats, shoes, etc, Examine the quality
and compare our prices. We are compelled to re
duce our stock in order to make room for
winter goods, and offer the above at a
. sacrifice. Call and be convinced.
JE3L H 1ST C3r
- A.LAM0 PLAZA.