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BECAUSE IT'S THE
RED CROSS WHISKY
RocolvoU frosh Evory Wook.
HARRY BAUM & CO.
Volume V. Number 277.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
The San A
CERPETS. LECE CURTMiS,
Our ri'llOLSTKIIV in:
avi' It-en liim-nliiif so mi
iiplilly ili-wlnillur liiite In
towi-st. wo sew end luy CiirjK-ls Hi suit imr ciiMntner-i.
LACE CURTAINS and CRETONNES
U hate I lie I.nrii. t A-.xirttn.-lil, and run allow lit picacnt n neat n li'i II"" "I Furniture,
rrlnifCH suitable for Liunhreniiliia. MaiillfllimnK fir.
l mumming juuVi!,.,,. A.N II CIlUHIKll, Wli OKFCIt llAItllAINM.
Coo. H, Kaltoyor, Prosldont - Otto Koohlor, Socrotnry & Treas.
W -L JLL1
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Thla Establishment la now Raplatc with All the Novelties for thn
Fall and Winter Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
Can be soen In Mack and Colored, Plain and Ilrooaded. Casstmerof (black
and colored), TrlcoU, DlnRonaU, Serges, etc. Camel Hnlr nnd Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens In till eolors, plain nnd brnouded, Silk
Pongees, Dress l'lalds In single nnd double wldllit, and
tsirTrliumliiKs to anlt all Dress Ooods.Ti
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
llo Is now showing tho largest stock of Kid (llovcs, Ilts, Mcos and KnnoyGooils
for Ladle and Children over brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
be lias nn endless variety and cntinot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tho latest Kail and Winter styles nnd makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich 1'lumes, Tips, ltlbboni nnd Trimmings will be found
there. This department Is under llrtt-class artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
TowcMngs, Ootncstlo Prints, Ulngliams, Alpacas, Comforter. Canton Flan
nels nnd Hosiery. Among the other things which were very extensively
purchased by Ills agents was tho most magnllleent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas
Kspeclal attention was given to purchasing Full and Winter
bilks, and can he nlso give Hie greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats
I (U stock of Full ami Wlntrr Clothing ts tho larjfcut over In-mijdit to Totes, nnd
briicfB.ln ttm latest n.ittcrnn, I'rlneu Alhcrt. Cutinviiy, Frtck nnd hack Hulls.
A very largo and counilotu stock of LiUIuj', MIhhi.s'. nkii h nnd I tt
id Itoots. A lull lint
full stooK or ucmiuiiieirtt 1-uriunnui
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
So nd for
Window tJUadu, lit
Main Plaza and Accquia Street
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
, .. An.l At
Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Strecta.
Idered Cuslmii'i-o lr-'HJ rattoint, fonn
. ilyw l.l ulfl, n.iwiji;..
en nnd Vuk nniunitdt'i'lcft, Taldn Mn
ns, NaiiklnM, Tidlot, Curtains Kto,
Blmwl and an cndli-tts uort
tuciit ut KiiltOootU.
1 Villi 8hli.iiifMiH
ot Tiluinicd and Uiitrlinincd I'ICII'. VKhViri',
l'OSf, ui(d all tho 'latuiit novoltlfti In' Vi
Comer Comraort'O ami Navarro Streets.
T'linonly cigarettes which do not
stloli to;tho lips are Opera lulli
AIITMKNT In irniwlnir rnpuily. mul mil" In t few yeara
in lily In in
tilrlbiilnl tii llila In
into, ami price the
Qnr A TJX
KJ1 J- JX. JU U
r Mi'Uon Sotr and .stur tlats
Corner llinnttnu Kini t
A Fino $3.00 Shoo nnd nil
othor f Ino (rood3 for ladlos' foot
woar In loathor and rubbor for
tho coining soason.
Trunksnnd Valises In stylo and
Varloty surpassing anything In
if this market.
Between Tho City ana the Water"
An Opinion at to Its Validity and Elfect,
And Authority Cited, From a
IHIO.r fun Aiilnnlo I. lain.
Han- Amiimii, Texas, Noveiutn r lIMh,
1S8S. Having been requested by you to
exsmlno tho contract between tho city
of Sun Antonio and the Water-Work
Company (so called) and to givo you au
opinion as to Its allillty, and Its binding
elfect upon the city, mid also. If In my
opinion thn contract Is nut binding, then
what remedy the city or the lax-pavers
have to dispose of It, 1 submit the fol
lowing as the ri'iilt of my examination
of j our question:
'lhat pirt of the contract made on the
part of tho city contains the following
provisions ami agreements, vIe:
Third "The s-ild oily further obli
gates Itself not to grant to any other
body of men, or person, during Ihe eon
tlnitaneo of this contract, the right to
furnish water fns lire hydrants or other
On the Mlh day or .limitary. A. 1).
laSI, the original contract wiisumi iided,
among oilier things, ns follows:
1. "From and after the first day of
January, 1S31, the said city or San An
tonio shall pay for the use of the one
hundred Urn hydrants which nre now es
tablished In accordance with the direc
tions of the City Council, nn nniiiml
rent orSM fnrem-li of fnld In ilriinls In
stead of $IUU as In the n'oresaiil oriel
nnl uontract prowiled. Anil In eonshl
erallon of tills reduction of the rent of
said one hundred tire hyi)riiiiis, the onld
city of San Antonio rvleasi s and n
lliiqulnhes the pu incut of the rent re.
served, to-wll: The .inn of live hun
dred dollurs per milium lor the iiseut t:i
property leased to the Waler-WorUs
Company In anil h said nnntmct. And
the said city, for the i-nnslileriition afore
said, rurlher remits and ri-llnqut.hrs to
Ihe Water-Worksl oninin all Ity taxes
whatever whli h might otherwise he as
sessed and levied upon nnvoftlu- prop
erly of the Wnter-Wnras Company, and
owned or held by said Coiupanv lor the
purpose of opcruilng their works; such
property, however, not lo exceed In
vnluc the sum of two hundred and lllly
thousand dollars; so Hint said Wnter
Works Cunipatiy shall be dlsclmrgi d
from the ptivment ol all city taxes dur
ing the continuance of the original con
tract aforesaid by the teriLS thcriof."
Section S. "In all other respects the
contract aroresnld shall lie nnd remain
In full forco and effect as the same na
originally cniercd Into between Ihe said
In the examination of the Contract two
leading questions suggest themselves,
Is not the Con I nut against public
policy? nnd, second, Is It not unconsti
tutional; If the contract Is against public
policy. It Is void; If it Is unconstitu
tional It Is void; If It creates n monop
oly It Is unconstitutional, and it Is nlo
unconstitutional, If It exempts from tax
ation property not exempted by the
Constitution or this State from taxation.
Section 6C, Article III of the Consti
tution provides that "The Legislature
shall not, except ns otherwise provided
In Ibis Constitution, pass anv local or
special law, authorizing 'rlxempting
property from taxation."
Section 1. Article VIII.. provides that
"taxation shall be equal and uniform.
At.t. i-iioi-r.urv In this State, whether
owned by natural persons or corpora
tions, other than municipal, sham, he
taxeii In proportion to I a value, which
shall bo ascertained ns may be protldrd
Section 2, of tho same Article, among
other things provides ns follows: "Hut
the Legislature niav, by general laws,
exempt from taxation public properly
used for public purposes; actual places
or religious worship; pla es orburlal not
held for private or corporate profit; all
imiiumgs useu exclusively and owned
i' persons or associations of nersons for
school numoses (anil Ihe necessarr fur
niture of all schools), and Institutions or
purciv puuuo cnnriiy; ntnl all laws ex
emptlnc property from taxation, othe:
man tne property above mentioned,
i rom tho abuve nrovislims It nonpar
that the city could not itr.int nn exemp
tion from taxation to the Company, on
any pretence wnaiever, anu tunc any
such provision would Invalidate the con
tract. Anu tne latt mat the contract
protessedly makes tho exemption a part
or the consideration for n favorable
change In tho uontract, would avail noth
Does the contract create a monnnolv f
If so, the contract Is void.
Section 2ii. Article I. Illlll of Illclilsl
provides that "perpetuities and monopo
lies nre contrary to ine genius ol a tree
government, and shall never be allow ed."
iy reierriug back to thti tinril section
of the agreement of Ihe city with thn
lyumpiny, it was expressly ngreeu ny
the city lhat It would nut grant to anv
other body or men. or person, during tho
continuance or tne oontrnct, the right to
furnish water for lire hydrants or other
Does that nrnvlslon create a inonon-
oiyr i lie word "monopoly is uetineit
ns follows: -Mbe kxcM'-ivk possession o!
BiiyiuiiiK, as a commouity, or a innrhel
the milk iiiiuir ofbuylng, helling or man
lie esse ot l.a e vs. 'ine vuiairo o
Kalamazoo, In 2:1 rd Mich, n.illl Is u very
strong one, and to the point. That grew
out of a contract between Gale nnd the
village by which tiale agreed to put up
a building to ho used for a market,
which the village authorities agreed to
take of hlui for the term of 10 years, and
for the considerations therein epecllied,
rurlher agreed "Hi it during the continu
ance of this cnntinct there shall be no
other puhllu market-house In said vil
lage, provided said market-bonne shall
prove large enough lo accommodate the
public for Ihe purposes nrorc.ulilunil the
said President and trustees do further
greo that the sale of all articles ahovo
specified within the corporate limits of
said village shall be confined to said
market-house, or on the ground specified
lu Section II or the by-law relating to
Judge T. M. Coolev delivered the
opinion of the Court, and In closing on
mis orancu 01 tne suoject useu tuis ior
clble language. "This (the contract)
vested In hlui (Gale), n practical
monopoly or the public market; nnd
though It Is possible that lie might
exercise his right Impartially as
between dealers, wllh an eye to
tbe public good, we cannot lose
'Kht ' ,M '" w,,i
In the old ease-or monnpoll., lhat "th-
end of all these monopolies Is for private
gin rihm h. bold them iy
1.., 3S. Thry nre fnundril In (Intima
tion or trade, and ciin not be tolerated
for a moment.
I Inn en long list of sulhorltles sus
taining Hie doctrine of I he Michigan
on Jllit olted, but do not ilrriu It
necessary 10 cue tneiu in fids opinion.
My opinion therefore It, on this point.
Hint tho contract In volil on tho ground
nat ii auiuorires a monopoly.
it win not ue necessary loiiiscuea inn
irstlciti of Hie contract helnir airalnst
public polio), hi II It of secondary lm-
mriaiice in view 01 ilia llllooo.llllllltin
Illy of the agreement.
1 inn unnriir 10 sec any illtUeHllv in
nltllng llii) contract, for the reitnii
hut a vol. I contract U no contract, and
no one Is bound tfr It. Are nut I he on.
tiro work, legally, a niilsnnce In our
rlrrr noil In our streets, anil liable to he
abated in such? The works nre In Ibe
street anil rher by a mere license,
revocable at Hie pleasure ol the city 1111.
iiiuriiivs. ii iaxe am invieu 10 pay tor
use of the water, the tax must bit
levied for an Illegal purpose, which
wouiu iuvaiiiiHi.1 me assessment, ami
llculion of the tax ooulil be en-
Joined by any tax-paver.
i eannoi see nny vanu reason wny ine
lly la not at liberty to disregard the
.resent agreement ntnl grnnt liio nrlv-
tege to any other person or company to
put mi water-works, or do It It .elf. nn a
oily. I.. I). Diniin. Attnrney.
A Royal Commission for the King of
r. of ( Uioliiiintl I'ommorclnl (latu-ltn.
Mr. Henry Mosler, of Paris, whose ex
hibition at the New York Aoademr of
Design a snort time ago. for afortnlnlnV
nilrni.ted such general attention mtri
art eoiinnisseu,staled that he was vcty,
much gratified with Hie stiioeM of Did
..yMt.lTi,.., (.. : f i' .
Twelve) ears ago", Mr. Moiler rViiiotd'
iroui i incinnnii in raris tor tne piirpofei
of completing his studies, and In bTU
ho won the proud dlsllnollon of being
tic first American rrllst patronized by
France, and Ids picture, "The Itelurn,"
being pun based by the French Govern
ment and Is now hanging In the Lux
vihrii asked tr he noticed any ma
terial Improvt men! In art In this coun
try during thn past decade, he said:
very marked Indeed. Tho
American neonle have wonderfully Im
proved, and 1 have no doubt that Kiev
will not only become tho greatest patron's
of art. but eventually, the irrentest ar
tists of tho world will spring from Amer
'I ho American ourrhaser usually com
missions some well posted art lover ti
go abroad and select tilctiires for him
The coiiimls'loner makes his purohnss
ot tne rrenru anisi, ttiroiign ins agent.
Purchaser and painter seldom oome to
gether. nr. James VHgnt,7ii7 llroadway. New
York City. Is freuueiitlv commissioned
to do such work, and in n recent in
terview with a reporter, said: Tne
last tlmo 1 was over, I picked up a very
strong bit of character drawing.
A inldille-nged man bolstered up in a
chair, with u tub or steaming water and
a blazing fire In front of film, nnd a
table covered with various vials, was
depicted In a condition of abject misery.
ins nurse, nearly uisiracietl at tier mus
ter's Iretful commands, Is n type of dis
may, ami i ue om man nimteir is a pic
ture of Intolerable pain. This picture
nllords mo great personal satisfaction.
I know now Ibe old fellow feels. I mv-
self was a victim for 12 years or Inllam
uiaiurr riieiimausm, ami every s ir nir
ind winter was tortured hejoitd meas
ure nun mo nriist iiiscnvereit me In
ne of these nltauks, the picture
would have been a faithful n.nmi.11.
'tatlon of tuy sick room. I, loo,
rlcd but baths nnd lotions and lini
ments, nnd roaring ilresand plasters and
prescriptions wnuuuf oitiniier. anil min
eral springs, but every 0110 of them whs
discarded as useless.''
cs, tho picture Is new a remlnis
cence. 1 Urea years ago, wheti 111 y phy
sician said I whs beyond recovery, 1
msi e up tny mind wb-it the real cnusi
of the dlllicullv was. and verllled mv
conclusions, lor 1 got entirety well alter
using a couple dozen bottles of Waruer'n
safe cure, nnd I neter enjoyed such
robust health as I huvu had ihe last two
.Mr. Mosler who has never been alien
ated from his tiatlvo land because of thn
Haltering honors which have been
heaped upon hlui while nhro.ul. Is going
west shortly to make some preliminary
smtues 01 intuitu ine, naving neen cu
lulssioiud to linlnt three tvtilcal Ame
cull scenes for Mr. Warner, proprietor ol
Warner's Sale Cure, of Korhester. N
V., to place In his private galleiy. It Is
stated that these three pictures will bu
worth S2.'i,IKl eicb. It Is a eause for
great congratulation Unit these pruduot
or Mosler's best years will remain In the
possession or an American gentleman
and one who by the way recognized lib
genius IS j ears ago and encouraged Mm
men wnii ins paironagH.
The henellt in aid or thn Galveston
sull'crcrB at the Skailug Itlnk last night
was well attended and the amount re
alized wnsquitelianiUouio. The Klghtl
Cavalry Hand was in attendance, and
skating was Indulged In until 10 o'clock
when skates w ere taken o IT nnd danclni:
was bi-L-uii. Among thn ladles nrescn
were noticed the Misses Clara Carrlco,
Leila Kuirle, Katie Anderson, Silt, In
uoouwin, I'.mina ntumuerg. tne Misses
.wman, i.citiin porter, Misses f iamm,
Miss Hotlmati and others, nnd Messrs
Oeorgo t htibot. Percy 11 , man.
Green, Tlieo Folz, Joe and Owen Truax,
Albert Garcia. Jnmes Husack, F. Sheets,
Jess Fry, It Gold u-hinldt and others.
Professor Whitehead's weekly sol
was well al tended last Light. Mr. Otto
llllgers presided at tho piano. Among
the ladles present were Misses Woflng,
Hamilton. Dyer, Perrenot, Mitlu, Hol
land, Mlttle Goodwin, Katlo Anderson,
Mrs, Hunter, Miss Mitchell. Mrs. Camp,
Mrs. Chntiman, Miss Clllford, Missis
Ito.sy, Miss Peacock and others, nnd
Messrs, Goldiclunldl, Liscow, Scully,
Sheets, Itracey, Camp, Fowler, MorlU,
Levy, F.berhardt and others,
The Monthly Statement.
Tbe statement or reoelpts and expen
ditures or tbe elty tor the months of
August and September will be found on
the third naire or the imtier tn-iinv ami
' jf J, 'p.lng 1 " tMlny
SOCK AND BUSKIN.
Cursory Remarks on Current The
The Mikado Qulokstsp. Is Sullivan a
Plaf '"1st ? - Coming Attrtetloni.
Otts Sheriff a Mimic.
SSInee ihe advent or the "Mikado" In
San Antonio, several or our "dame de
soclele" may lie observed lo walk with
goose-like waddle. Thla It not Hie
Uect of light boots. I he dears call It
the "Mikado" quickstep.
On Monday and Tuesday next San An
tonio nil! hate Ibe opportunity of see
ing the grand spectacular extravagama,
.010," the Magle Queen. This com
pany consists of ;m people, ' ut them
being beautiful young ladles. Turner
Hall stage Is undergoing more altera-
Ions even than It did for ibe recent pro
duction of "The World." Pure fun,
beauteous women, and a magnllleent
transforuistlon scene will be III Irre
Someone says that the I'limer-Hall-
llsche- Figaro Taylor Combination
Is Mtk-a-do(o) about nothing. We
crave pardon for this.
Mr. William Castle who was here last
season wllh Kuimn Abbott, and who
has aupporled that prima donna ai tenor
for some yean, was beard when hereto
declare his Intentions of renouncing tbe
yrlc stage ami trying to run a hotel
it? liss atti
leretl Ida Plans, however, be
ing engaged to sing In "Nanon" at llo.
tr.il. This Is the first time for 10 yeara
tint lie lias remained North during tbe
Ther'a nothing new under the sun:
'tie nietfMlt of 111., sailors' tihorua. 'Vn
Sail tho Ocean Itltie. and Our Haucy
Ship's a Ileauly," In "Pinafore." la de
clared by F. H. Haltiis to have appeared
originally as a bullii duel In "Tho linr
gomaslrr of Sfcardan," written bv I Jon I.
rein in IK2J. air. nanus says lie lias ad
dressed a note lo Sir Arthur asking him
iriin had ever seen the soore of Dnnl
ret tl's work, but has received no reply.
Adelaide Moore. Ihe ohnrmlng vounz
ICnellsh actress, will shortly aiiinar In
San Antonio as Juliet, In lloinoo and
Juliet, She has created quite a fnriirii
in .New orleana, a city wnere nrtlsitu
taste is innate, and from whoso critical
decision there la no appeal.
he novels produced during the
inst )car, It Is ostlinat.d lhat H72 of the
leroliies have been blondes and unit
one hundred brunettes.
There are only two great men lelt
from the war. One Is Hurry McCarthy
ill tbe other cock-eyed Duller. AI
astthatls what McCarthy sals, lie
s at thu Fashion now ami vou can as
certain whether this b. true or not.
Some reminiscences of this veteran and
versatile geuiuc will shortly be pub
lished III this column.
The celestials In town were so anxious
ohla In con es of the Mikado Com
pany's lithograph, that the enterprising
anil juvenile oui-posier inane quite a
small idle bv retailing them at 11 dime a
lece. wnicii sum Jonnny paiu wttu n
Hall's Moral Show
day 23rd at the con
Miss Fanny Hunt D'Alina has
charming voice. Her rendering
tyroienn son on tne ittiinn, at the
Turner Hall benetl; concert Thursday
night was was exquisite
That was a very ludicrous thing which
happened to lhuina Abbott and Mgnor
Muuiegrino ine other nigui 1111.0111s
IIU-, Ky and this fact was not only at
predated by the uutllence, hut was felt
tin cuarniiiii? nrima tionna
became so dlsooninnsed w llhlauizbter
mat for a time it seeiueii sue wouiti.not
bo able to resume her part. It occurred
In tbo second net, In the Interview be
tween lo ho. 1 urn 1 inn and .tank 1'
Ko Ko trlli of n. discovery he has made
with regard to the disposition of the
wltlow of a man who falls under the ax
ortbelllgh l.xerutloner. She Is burleil
alive, i ne announcement oauseB mm
Yum to faint, and situ falls hack upon
.Minki ron. uer seemingly unlucky lover,
who moved back a few pare with her.
Tho other night Nunkl Poo lost his bal
anco and fell backward upon the stage
and, of course, Yum Yum came tlown
snuatunun ulin. lhesnectanl
ludicrous that the audience fulrlv veiled
After Miss Abbott had been assisted to
her feet by lui ho, who thereby rellev
Slgnor Montegrlllo or the weight of
llulllncss wbluh pinned hlui In the stsge,
she burst into a taiign mat was uiiutu1
to the last row. So etitlrelydecompored
was she lhat the play was Interrupted
tor auout live minutes, uuringwnioii am
made several etlort lo resume, bu:
would break out again in a lit of laugh
ter. She retired several times to the
back part of the stage, but not from
view, tie lore alio suoceeueti ill compos
ing nersetf. During nil mis time 111
audience was 111 an uproarious mood.
Question Why Is Sherlll Nat Lewis
Answer Because he often takes 0
Itepiirteit expressly for the I.I
Hojil i Co., i tjolodad street!
Skw Vohk. N-nvt.inlnrll -l.-ul
r by H.
sale, tn.iou huli-s. Novomber, u:.;d:m
lleiwiiiluir, liHlr,!Hlli January, HiluMiU
ti.l.ruai-y, iiiuniu: Slitrcli, w.iisjcu 71: .pi
ll.M'ill.M; Mar, U.uv.r.li.lsi; June, li(.H',l'
July, lll.trnftlii K; Aiigusl. I0JH. HimiIs eui
iiiU-IIIiiK: IU.I. nlo-i. '."Thalca.
Nkw Vihik. Not ember tel. Rtnok niurkut
Kortliwcatcrti. llli( ilK-lHwui-ealul latckawana
Ul; M. Tail.. WiV.
b. r SI.
i atis, K
S01W bales; reoolplK
CHICAOO, 111., KiiM-uibor 3l Wheat dull
Juuuary, W'.e. roru iliill-. January, x
PorV, iliill; Janmtry, v.isf1.. l.ai-d, ston.
January, eJV lti-vt-lits-Wlieat, WJW bu
elst corn, tta.143 bustiulst lioirs. 4U.UM be
Kliliunelit! - Wheat, 1J.OU bualicls corn, I
Whatever 1 did before (lie courts
was justlllable In doing It.
It ltl'lKlLF SCll.NKlUElt
IMMS & SAMUELS, - -
today, Friflay, Satnrflay, anfl
THE MIDNIGHT ROBBERS,
lbl I.II II V Till'. toMPANV. '
i-.in i in:
tss LAURA ASHBY,
Now eirnii-. tin- irreal
ST A I II IN AND
iHiitty nhi trlH- Th )tiil
its MARIE VESTVALI,
Flral iH ,iri
K-rlcun llmiHiilnil II' i.n-ai-iilalli.ii of tki- iilil Hiallhern Xrgro. fVm't fall to tny him.
,W" DONNELLY and DREW,
The, avnlk-iiii-11 are wllli.uit itoulil I lis boat Irtah Vooattata ami Dnncra now upon the
litawllk. staa-i . fsMlnir ,ili Hint are wllhoui a bkmilali, itanellig with the littnoat eajw
A Little Misunderstanding.
mi kit. iHstHfyntMi
1 UK ... ... . . lUtnnwTUA
fourth Wook anil lllit Mil. or the 1 1 rent u! only.
MISS LAURA ASHBY,
ui 111 om,-til Iter lln.it I lrl.Mi1 11IJ iiirirlfnir mid lUUnoliiirt min tt.Vof-lrftil Janhnxtu.
Ktrc Ihiwt Thf m.ly Iji.H in tin. w .rM mi nxlunlnir th WDn-li f fill I tnit of lUlmicinjf KlTO
IsHitip. und maiiy tiitnr m w mid imt 1 1 n mm. Iton't fall to w Iter.
TIMSTARIN. - - In Songs and Dances
Miss DEBBIE RICKLIN, -
Vim hari walle.l-lti.ru lie la
At hMtm wtth Miittlc, Mlrtli nnd Mimicry.
HiK'N't-- I I n "tandanl IU Ktvr. Natlnual Home Tlio mum and Strlpo. of a rftitlirr turn.
ii and tmiiMMiil In llarrv M apart hy. t'liiiructi-r 'J1t Irlh AtniTtcaii Honir Terrr.
Iii Ms i-ll. Writun itn.l t-siHiiNwsl bv llturv
Hikht-I and My lt..mr. litt.'tt and coiiti-nw-l
Imiry Maid. H.-nainl IhttKo-l.itti iM'iit.ili.T
MisslvlARIE VESTVALI, " " .
idi with Itittinrlly
E TWO MI FROM SAWDY BAR!
i HAIIAtTKUH 11V THU r.NTIIIi: COMI'ANV.
Momlay. Si. ilr.l. Onward, Never llackanl.
And th llniitu-r U i-rk, CmnjvoMiix tho Ixadnir Vaudcrllto Artlsti.
Look Out Fop The Great Bill.
RAILE0AD RACKET. j
Committee from Fredericksburg to In
terview Mr. Lett.
A delegation of Fredericksburg's most
prominent citizens, composed of Judge
A. O. Cooley, Felix vander Stuckcnand
Albert Pallon, are In the city feeling the
mlseorotir business men In regnrd to
the extension of the Aransas Pass Hall
way from San Antonio to Frt-derloks-burg.
'They called on President I-otr,
or this road this morning, and had an In
terview with hlui, In which they were
nforineii thai the road could bo built
for about Siri.noi) pr mile average, nnd
that If irsJOJ per mile on the first mort
gage bonds of thn road were taken the
project woiiui ne umierinHcn uy ine
Aransns Pass management. President
Lottsav this amount per mile would
about grade and bridge Ihe road bed,
If tho citizen would take JltSO.OiiJ worth
of tlrst mortgage bonds, tbe road would
be built, Tne gentlemen troui rrruer
lckiburg. whiie not making any dellnlle
proposition, Intimated that their people
were anxious 10 nave rauroau connec
tions wllh San Antonio, and would
readily subscribe the money for the
bond irtney were sattstieii it is a sound
investment, ami mis is wuy tuey come
to talk to our business men. Says Pres
ident l.ott: "Wo don't want any dona-
Ions, exrept tho Interest on the bonds,
end prefer they should be owned locally
man 10 nave mem owucu uy loreigii
Union Prayer Meetings.
The following is the programme ror
tho week of prayer to be observed next
week In the churches named, these
meeting aro preparatory for tbe F.van
gellatlo services to begin on November
i. Service will be held as follows :
Monday night, November 2.1, In the
Cumberland Prcsbytcrum Church, led
byltev. .1. W.Nell, I). D.
Tuesday n gbt. In the Trinity Metho
dist Church, led by llev. W. II. Preelon.
wetinestiay ntgiii.in me nrst rresiiy
trrlan Church, led by llev. J, A, Hack
ett. D. D.
ThtirMlav nlght.ln thellaptlst Church,
led by llev. K. 11. Chappell.
l-riuay nignt. in ine Mautson square
Presbyterian Church, letl by Key. W. S.
Saturday night. In the Travis Park
Methodist Church, led by Hov. K. C.
Services every night will begin at 7:30
o clock, au are coruiauy inviieu
Highest cash nrlces tiald forfurnlt.
uro and household effect Drop a pos
tal card to J. M. Kruerson, city, and he
will call. Furniture stored and advance
made on same at Kmersoti's next to the
Court House. 11-lU-tf
There 1 nothing that sill, so much to per
sonal beauty as u set or ticui-ly wliltn tilli
ami pure, sweet breath. llyuslmlOttlllO.NTO
the Tooth and Ouins aro kept lu perfect o.tlor
an.l afnwrunt tii-tath assured. Only Ellnmii
a box. IJitiitd and Powder. For snlo by F.
Thn most popular cigarette are
OporalMUs at popular price.
- - - PROPRIETORS
or llllASfl llAKO
Snntlay Novemlisr 19 20, 21 & 22
with Larry ltooloy't funnjr sketch.
In Songs and Dances
In Oporatic Songs
irrcaiauuia. -iney win api-ar inn wet a in tnelr
haa won fur tliMn a world silo reputation.,
- In Oporatic Soloction"s
Miu'iirlln . riiiinu-trr 'tint .irtitli-niAti Hum.
by Harry M'Utirthy. ClinnM"tPr Th Dutch
(llrl, Wrtiti'ti and uimiKwii by Harry iUcartliy
" ' " . " Wi p"oaso You
JL Iirvw'N latittliablo couuily, cntltUil
AN ACTUAL 000URREN0E.
Location Front of court-house.
Mr. A. (man of sense who know n
good thing when be see It).
jir. u. (rattier snort-signteu, out mink
he knows It all).
.Mr. u. nooker-on, uut took in tbo con
versation). Mr. A I have Just come from 81m
Hart's and I really feel that I have saved
considerably more than double my ex
penses this year, as 1 have priced all over
the city, and, as usual, struck the best
bargains tbero in cigar and tobacco that
I could find anywhere.
Mr. II Well, 1 am astonished! Had
no Idea you would patronize that estab
lishment. The house, I think, has been
a positive Injury to tbe trade here, lie
fore they started we could easily get
"big iirollts," and there wa a chance for
all. Now they want to monopolize the
trade by underselling everybody else,
nnd I never go there, as I buy my good
Mr. A Well! I am more astonished at
your Ignorance than you are at my pur
chases. Why, tbe best In tbo land buy
there, and we all feel that poor people
can smoke the best for the least money,
while those who posses more of "the
world's goods" can buy ror less than
they ever did. I never Hop to Inquire
from what source they get their goods
as I Judge of the quality Tor myself, and
1 know that I save from 43 to CO per
don't want to
either of you, but when myself and boy
do any smoking, we alway go where
we get tne oest ior me lease money. 1
never care for "bogus advertisement,"
'spurts," and assertions, that I can save
at leait 100 per cent. We buy with con-
uumce irom mm. nan. i nave been
raised bere and havo done business with
Sim. Hart for seven years, and can not
recall a single instance In which I could
have bettered myself by buying else-
Wholesale depot, corner Main Plaza,
llranch, Commerce Street Bridge.
A Nsw Kind or rirsworkl.
Call at tho Steve Arms Company, 210
Commerce afreet, and sea the ilogardua
Shell Sky Itocket. They are fired from
double-barreled shot guns, adapted to
either number 10 or 12 bore, and will
surely please ttpou examination. U-20tf
Harry L. Fowler Is the first druggist
in the city to add to hi business homwo
pathlo cases, and Is prepared to till nil
order for these medicine.
San Antonio. November 10. 1R8.1 Tim
Jinn ot Schulz & Duncan, carriage palnt-
"i uissoiveu oy mutual con-
U-10-3t J. ii. Dukcan.
-Money loaned nn collateral unnrl.
tie. Specialty In buying cast-oil cloth-
Ing at highest price. Postal oard or
der Btrlctly attended to at Aranea Loan
Olllce, corner of Military plazunnd South
Flore street. 8-29-3m
Every first-class dealer lolla Opera
run olgarotte. Avoid Injurious Imitations.