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Volume V.—Number 3 I 6.
CLEARING-OUT SALE I
We take occasion to mention to our friends and
customers in the City and Country that since we
are through with our annual Stock-taking, we have
made great reductions in all our departments, and
are offering Bargains to all those in need of any
Dry Gocds, Cloihißg, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
to see and be convinced that we mem what we
Geo. H. Kalteyer. President - Otto Koehler, Sec. and Manager
★ LONE STAR*
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS
K SIMMANG. A. HAMPEL
Oysters, Fish and Game.
Bcholz’s Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
WPLunub and .Meals at all hour*. Everything served In Fir*t-(Ta r s Style.
* elite waitera in attendance 7-28-firn
Tnis Establishment Is niw Replete with All tne Novelties for the
Fall and Winter Season.
Pall and W inter Silks and Satins
<an be seen in Black and Colored, Plain and Brocaded. CaMimeres (black
and colored). Tricot*. Diagonal*. Serges, etc. Camel Hair and Wool Sat
eens. Velvets and Velveteens in all color*, plain and brocaded. Silk
Pongees, D ess Plaids in single and double widths, and
WTrimming* to suit all Press Goods
Gloves, Laces and Fancy Goods.
He is now showing the largest stock of Kid Gloves. Mits, Laces and
for Ladles and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery
he bas an endless variety and cannot be undersold.
Fall • and * Winter ■ Millinery
All tbe latest Fall and Winter styles and makes of Bonnets and Hats,
Ostrich Plumes. Tips. Ribbons and Trimmings will be found
there. This department is under tirst-class artistes,
who will please the tastes of all.
Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
Toweling*, Domestic Prints. Ginghams. Alpacas, Comforters. Canton Flan
nels and Hosiery. Among the other things which were very- extensively
purchased by his agents was the most magnificent stock of Dress
Goods of all kinds ever seen in any dry goods house in Texas.
Especial attention was given to purchasing Fall and Winter
silk*, and can he also give the greatest bargains in
Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats
HtMStiMfk of Fall and Winter Clothing i« the I urgent ever umught to Texas, and em
braces, in the latest patterns. Prince Cutaway, Frock and Sack Suits.
A very 'arge and complete stock of Lad lea’. Misses’. Men’s and Boys’
Shoes and Boots. A full line of Stetson Soft and Stiff Hata.
Also a full stock of Gentlemen’s Furnishing GoodM.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
His Furniture Department Is aomplete w th II msehold G »sis, and he will suit everybody
in this line. Among other g »h we dad Plash Pari »r Suits. Mohair Parlor Sults, Walnut and
Asb Bedroom Saits, Wardrones. Uadrs, Body Brussels ami Ingram Carpets. Bugs, Matting,
Curtains, Window Shades. Ku*. Country orders tilled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Send for samples.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street
Whereas. D. G. Franks and Z. J. Franks, on
the 26th day of October, lbb2, executed and
delivered to the undersigned their certain
Deed of Trust on a Stock of Cattle. uuuilht
ing about eighty iMh head, branded “Z J
Said cattle running in the range in Atascosa
County; for tbe purpose of sc« uring the pay.
u ent of their promissory note tor ine sum of
>KIKI, with interest at »he rate of 12 p r cent,
per annum, which note is dated the 26th day
of October. payable to Caroline Chap
man, and is due at 12 mouths from date.
And Whereas, the said D G. Franks, and Z,
J. Franks, have made default in the payment
of bjth principal and interest, and whereas,
the said Mrs. Caroline Chapman, the payee in
said note, has demanded that I proceed to
execute said trust. Now, therefore, J, John
F. Camp, the Trustee named in said Deed of
Trust, will proceed to sell said Eighty Head
of (attic before the Court House door of
Bexar County, in the City of San Antonio, on
tbe tilth day of January, ikni, in accordance
with the terms of said Trust Deed, and will
make to the purchaser a Bill of Hale in the
names of said D. G. Franks and Z. J. Franks.
JOHN F CAMP. Trustee.
San Antonio. January 0, IHH6.
An old citizen speaks
Mr. J.M. Norris, an old resident of Home,
Ga, -ajs that he had been badly troubled
with Kidney Complaint for a great many
years and u.th r.ezema for turee years; at
times could scarcely walk and bad tried many
remedies without benefit, until he liegan tak
ing Electric Bitters and anuointiiig his hanus
and feet with Inicklen's Arnica Salve. This
treatment afforded him great relief ami he
strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all
who suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a
Blood Pusltler. Sold by A. Drciss. 3
—Last week we heard one of our fanner*
My: ”! believe I could take a few bottles of
Brown's Iron Tonic and go into a swamp
where it would take three alligators to live
one year and have iierfect health It is the
very best medicine I ever saw to both cure
and prevent chills and fever, and halt the dis
eases incident to the climate.” Price fl per
bottle. For sale by A, Dreim and Ragland
* Co. IX
Une of the finest establishments that San An
tonio, if not Texas, can boast of is the Art
Gallery of C. H. Mueller, at 2U5 Commerce
street. Here can Im» had artist's and draught
men's materiali*. ot both domestic and im
l»orted kinds. Engravings, chromos and
paintings are on hand in an endle>w variety.
Picture frames, mouldings and materials tor
fresco and sign painting in large vu.leties.
China decorations ami material tor wax flow
ers in a large assortment. Mr. Mueller re
ceives direct from f actories large shipments of
paints, oils and other material in that line, as
well as window glass and tine domestic and im
ported decorative wall pa|H*r are sp<*cialties in
his establishment. 12-13-1 y
Cure For Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins ami lower part ot the
abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he
has some affection of the kidneys or neigh
boring organs. At times symptoms of indi
gestion are present. flatulency, uneasiness of
the stomach, etc. A moisture, like |M>rspira
tion, producing a very disagreeable itching
after getting warm, is a common attendant.
Blind. Bhssiing. and Itching Piles yield at
once to the application of Di. Boskano’s Pile
Remedy, which acts dinctly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the Tumors, ilia* ing the
intense itching, and effecting a permanent
cure. Price, 50 (Tilts. Address, the Dr. Bos
kano Medicine Company, Piqua, Ohio Sold
by Harry L. Fowler. R Cohn A C0.,.1 D. Dr-
Vine, J. Chivin.
W T. Trammell,
Wholesale and retail dealer in lightning rods.
Will do work as <*heap as the cheap* st. Leave
ord ‘rs at No. 34 Acequia street, nan Antonio,
Trees and Ornamental Shrubbery.
Headquarters for fruit trees, ornamenta
trees and shrubbery, grain* vines, hot house
plantA and bulbs. Flower pots, etc. Every
thing in the line of urnamen'al shrubb« rv and
for decorative gardening. My stock is very
large and prices at the very lowest. Come
and see me and be convinced. Nos. 23 and 25
North Flores street, opposite the old Buffalo
Camp Yard. PHILIP WOLF. Proprietor.
IX-rSMm W. BLAIR, Assistant.
San. mtonio Daily Light
Special to Artists.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 9. 1886.
Roland Reed at Turner Hall To-
Night and To-Morrow.
Fashion Theatre Notes—Local Theatrical
Topics Coming Attractions "Only a
Farmer’s Daughter,” etc.
Judie is now in the City ot Mexico,
where *he opened on the 29th, her »u<i
vees liae been great. This great queen
of comedy lias a large repertoire, in
cluding M’Ue Nitoucbe, Lili. La Femme
a l’apa. Niniche, La RouMotte, La
Cosaque, Les Charbonnier*. Le Grand
Ca»iiner. Divorcons, La Grande Duch
esse, l.a Mascotte,;La VieParisienne, La
Bel e Helene, La Perichole, Mme.
L’Archiduc. La Jolie Perfutueuse.
Tom Keene was stricken with paraly
sis in Kansas City a few data ago. He
is improving, but it is doubtful when lie
will again tread the hoards.
Boland Reed gave his thousandth re
presentation of "Cheek” a faw nights
ago. The event occurred at Galveston.
I can sing in three languages, re
mark d a young fop to a society belle.
I knew a gentleman who sings in nine,
but I never heard him sing anything
worth bearing, wasthecru hing retort.
Janies O'Neill, was plated here Inst
week, intends, next season, io play
"Hamlet” and alternate it wit i -Monte
Cristo.” as Fecbter did.
It is rumored that Miss Laura Bellini,
the charming soprano of the Einuia Ab
bott Opera Company, will "star" next
On dit that the new opera-house ar
rangements will be completed by next
When is that minstrel performance of
the San Antonio Rifles going to lake
Sarony. at the Fashion, could imper
sonate ’'scar Wilde to perfection.
His bejeweled highness, the Diamond
King, reminds Jone somewhat of Thom
as Keene, tbe tragedian.
When we have tbe new opera home
and new stage, imperial Caesar will no
longer need to seat bi* august person
age on a dry-goods box.
"Ail!” said CrofeßSor Barbour, while
listening to the music at Scholz's Gar
den, "there’s a ’largo' movement.”
“I'm glad of that.” replied bis compan
ion. —l’ll take a schooner.”
“ The Aransas Pass March,” arranged
by I . Lolt, E*q., is the favorite local
composition just naw.
A young man on San Pedro Avenue
was found yesterday afternoon on the
floor of his chamber in an unconscious
condition. A doctor was called in who
administered restoratives. Aftercare
fill investigation it was discovered lie
had been listening to his sister's music
T. B. Johnson is a premier banjoist
A young lady on Acequia street will
sbortly have a home with a Rout!. If
this seems remarkable ask the gen
tleman about it.
The 1 urner Hall orchestra improves
every time one hears it. The encomiums
they have received from various visit
ing troupes are not entirely undeserved.
The Fashion Theatre management
have several startling attractions in
store for early dates.
The next at r ctlon at Turner Opera
House will be "Only a Farmer’s Daugh
ter,” with M ss Blanche Curtisse, who is
reputably tbe most beautiful woman on
the stage, in the title role.
Following in quick succession will be
Baker & Farron.Barlow & Wilson’s Min
strels. Milton Nobles, Nat Goodwin.
Madame Januscbek. Clara Louise Kel
logg, and others.
A good many people were disappointed
last evening at not seeing Roland Reed.
Tbe versatile and clever impersonator of
"Cheek” and "Humbug” did not arrive
in the city until lute last evening, owing
to a delated train, caused by tbe incle
mency of tbe weather.
Roland Reed will play this afternoon,
night and to-morrow evening.
Frank Palmerly declares he used to go
to eight school with Roland Reed. That
Mr. Reed was a studious youth there is
every reason to believe, but the idea that
Palmerly ever consumed the “midnight
oil” is too startling
Mr. H. E. Wheeler, representing "Only
a Firmer'* Daughter,” with Miss
Blanche Curtisse.the handsomest woman
in tbe world, is in town. She will ap
pear at Turner Opera House on the 17lh
and 18th instant.
Services at the Second Baptist Church
to morrow : Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.;
preaching at 2:30 and at 7:30 p. in. Sub
ject, "The Del verance from the Power
of Darkness.” All are cordially invited
to attend. Rev. J. W. Carr, pastor.
To-morrow at I 1 a. m. the pastor of tbe
Cumberland Presbyterian Church will
begin a series of sermons on the Sunday
question, to continue several Sabbaths.
To-morrow the subject will be " I’he
History of tbe Sabbath.” showing why
we use the first day of the week instead
of the seventh. Services also at 7:30 p.
m.. and all are welcome
The Nanticoke Toilers.
Wilkksbarre, Pa., January 7.—Contri
butions to the Nanticoke relief fund are
omlng from vario is sources. Gr at in
terest is being taken in tbe widows and
orphans of tbe victims. Employees of
the various mines in the vicinity have
decided to each donate one day's pay to
the fund. This will alone realize StMX).
The work of recovering tbe bodies of the
victims goes slowlv on. The quicksand
causss great trouble, and a sudden fall
of rock and culm may occur nt any mo
ment. Every man engaged in the at
tempted rescue is deserving of the high
est praise. as there is no telling at what
moment they themselves may be buried
Nkw Yokk. Jam arv >•.—Business fail
ures throughout tbe country for Hie
week numbered 33i'., Hie largest aggre
gate for any week during tbe last year.
The caeiinlities are exceptionally numer
ous in the southern stales.
CItiTTAXOOda, Tenn.. January 8. —
Another large party of negroes, number
ing several hundred, passed ibrough
here yesh-rday en route to Kansas I’he
exodus of negroes from the south and
west is beginning in file south 1,, sm-h
an extent as to cause commem.
Bondsand Bills Found.
Boston, January B.—A state detec
tive. Dyson, arr.ved from Rutland this
morning witli the valises containing tbe
property stolen from the Lancast- r 'a-
Honal hank by I’res dem McNeil, which
he found secreted at I'ii immHi yester
day. One bag was found to contain
| SSd,(KM) in interest bearing bonds of the
| West Rutland .Marble Company, and a
quantity ot bond certificates of Hie
i Wyoming Beef Company and Low Cat
tle Company. In the ether bas were
. nearly $15,000 in bank bills.
Washington. January B.—Among the
Committees of the House not sent out
j yesterday are Hie following:
< ommittee on E'ection of President
1 ami Viee-Presi lent—Caldwell of I'en
nessee, Ellen of Illinois, Ermentrout of
Pennsylvania. Beach of New > ork.
| Dibble of 'outti Carolina, Gibson “f
Maryland. ILardof M<**. url. John*><m
of North Carolina. Liird of Nebraska,
Biker of New York. Heistamt of Penn
sylvania. Cooper ol Ohio. Mollitt of
Select Commiitee on Alcoholic Liquor
Traffic—Citmpbell of Ohio. Carleton of
.Michigan, Frederick of lowa, Taulbee
of Kentucky. Glover o’ Missouri. Mer
riman of New York. Price of Wiscon
sin, Everhart of Pennsylvania, Lindsley
of New York. Komeis of Ohio.
John Sherman Ahead.
। Coi.cmbcs. <).. January B.—The Repub-
lican members of Hie Legislature held an
I open joint caucus last evenieg and nom
inated Hon John Sherman tor the
United States Semite, to be voted for at
the joint convention of the two houses
next Tuesday. The vote was unanimous
and open, there being no other name
suggested to tbe caucus.
The Committee on Privileges and
Elci tions of Hie House of Representa
tives returned from Cincinnati at noon
to-day, where they hail gone to examine
the election returns on representalives
from that county An adjourned meet
ing was h< 1 I in Hie afc rnoen.bu’ attor
neys for neither the Republican or Dem
ocratic claimants appeared. Tbe com
mittee considered several questions in
executive session, and smiounced that
they have completed the work and will
meet at the call of the Chairman. The
impression prevails that the report will
be submitted to-morrow, and that the
Republican members from Hamilton
< ountv will be declared entitled to seats.
Very Cold Weather.
Kans>s Ctrv. January 8.-The block
ade on railroads extending west from
here, is almost complete. Local passen
ger trains are being run to Topeka on
the Santa Fe and Union Pacific roads,
and to Atchison over tbe Missouri Pacitic
and Burlington and Missouri river roads.
Otherwise western traffic is at a stand
still. No trains are moving on the To
peka Kansas line. The Council Bluffs
and Omaha is still open, though labor
ing under difficulties. On overland
roads, several trains are lying snow
bound at way stations. Owing to high
winds and the intense cold, it is impos
sible at present to clear the track, and
it is expected that the general blockade
cannot be raised before next week. So
far as known.delayed passengers arv be
ing well cared for. and report* of sufler
ing are considered unfounded. Lines
running east from here, have not been
seriously affected, though trains are
generally from one to three .hours late.
The Fort Scott anti Gulf road is in good
Of a train load of bogs that arrived
here to-day, seven ear loads were frozen
to death. A stock train is reported
blockaded between Atchison and this
city, on this Missouri Pacitic. Telegraph
wires to western points are in a gener
ally disabled cond Hon. ami in many
cases communication is cut off entirely,
or maintained onlv "by circuitous routes.
The mercury in this city stands 12 de
grees below zero to-night, and a strong
wind blows from the plains. I lie lull
severity of the storm, however, has not
been felt here.
The Cold Wave.
St. Lori*. January B.—The cold wave
predicted by the signal service to sweep
over thi< section of cou itry and extend
to tbe Gulf of Mexico, made its appear
ance about midnight last night, in tbe
shape of a snow storm. The tempera
ture was mild and the snow damp and
heavy, but before wuorning a high wind
rose, tbe temperature fell rapidly, Ilie
snow ceased o fall and to-day tbe storm
turned into a regular northern blizzard.
Tbe snow which fell last night was
swept into drifts, but none of them were
of a serious character The mercury
continued Io sink, and all outdoor na
ture put on tbe garb and appearance of,
and was in reality, dread winter. Loco
motion was difficult anti street traffic
impeded, but so far there has been no
serious detention to business. Tbe ther
mometer this morning marked HI above.
To-night it reads, zero to 5 below,
according Io location, and tbe wind
sweeps through the streets at a velocity
of from 25 to 31) miles an hour.
Reports from numerous interior towns
in Missouri, central and sou hern Illi
nois are of a uniform character, and note
high winds and low temperature, but
not mueb snow. Railroad travel bas
been obstructed in all directions, but so
far as Is known at tills writing, there
bas been no serious damage in tbe State,
or east or south of here. The Omaha
division of the Wabssb is blocked, and
some of tbe branches of the Missouri.
Kansas and Texas, ana Southwestern
Kansas are seriously obstructed, but the
main line of the road is in operation.
Trains generally are delayed from one
to three hours on Missouri roads, and
eastern trains are feeling the w eather,
bnt no serious detensions have yet been
experienced. The full forceof ttie storm,
it is said, has not been felt here yet, and
additional information may be obtained
A STROKE OF ECONOMY.
A Young Man Living Throe
Months on a Nickel.
Only One Case Out of Hundreds of
Mysterious Existence- Free Lunch
"Do you see that genteel young man
going by ?" said a hotel clerk to a Light
reporter a few days ago. " That man
lias achieved the greatest feat of dotres
tie economy on record.”
"How is that? Tell me about It,” re
plied Hie reporter.
I will, if you don't mention names. He
belongs to a good family and is educated
and retined. and it might make him feel
uncomfortable to figure in a newspaper
article in Hial role.”
IL—"All right; names don't go."
•Well, you see, be is well dressed and
w ear* Ilia clothes as one used to it. But
s week ago lie was a different looking
man llis clothes were of good material
ami make, but nrnalatakaoTy seedy, just
falling below the shabby genteel grade.
Some six months ago be came to San
Antonio and slopped al this house. He
was looking fora location. Had come
•West to grow up with tbe country.'
< ontrary to expectations lie was not
worried to death with offers of employ
ments. with big salaries and nothing to
do. He was free with ills money,
treated us clerks often and lib
erally. and saw the elephant, pav
ing regulation entrance fees. Ibis
lasted tor several weeks, anil then be
sought a private noaruing place.'jusl for
home comforts, you know .' A «ort of
anxiety settled on his face, and his vis
its to tbe hotel were less frequent, as
were his treats. He came sometimes
and seriously asked if I knew of anyone
needing a book-keeper, traveling sales
man, etc. Then he became less partic
ular in his choice ol employ menis. till be
was w i Hing to do any tiling Ilir changes
of clolbing were less Irequeni. and dual
ly settled down io one suit ol cassimere:
ihe rest lie had probably left at his
uncle's for *a ekeeping. Often a wist
ful. wolfish look gleamed in his keen but
honest eyes. 1m» lasted for several
months, and as cold weather came on,
became more and more settled in expres
sion. About a week ago he came tn 1
hardly knew him. A great change had
taken place. His face was radiant, and
a new. neat business suit had replaced
the fast tattering one ttint had dune so
long and faithful service. He bad the
old spring in bis step, and heartiness in
the clasp ot his bands. I knew a change
had taken place—in other words, he
must nave “struck it” at last. In answer
to tbe usual question as to what he was
driving at, and bow he had come on
since I bad seen him, be said that lie had
secured a situation at $5O a mouth in a
mercantile establishment. When be first
arrived an otter of less than $l5O would
have been an Insult. Tbe growing
cold weather and continued adverse for
tune bad broken bis pride, and lie had
written to the old man back East who
had remitted him $lOl with some whole
some advice. He took both and profited
by the same. During the holidays be
aceep ed a por.ersbip in a mercantile
bouse here, and by making himself
iiandv whenever an opportunity offered
be proved bis ability in an advanced po
sition, and secured a permanent en
gagement at the above modest salary,
with a promise of a rise if merited.
Wonderful how welcome ibis had be
come, after his siege with poverty. My
hearty Empathy in bis "good fortune”
gained on his confidence, and lie said:
•• ’Do y oujknow 1 have beenjawful bard
up. I actually maintained myself for
three whole months on tbe sum of live
cents, and here is tbe original capital
y et, showing a nickel coin.’
“ ’You don't tell me ! How was that.
•• ’Well, I'll tell you, but,old boy, it’s
between us, you know.'
•• ’Little by little my money disap
peared, and having bad a falling out
with tbe Governor and left home in a
miff. I was too proud to apply for assis
tance. 1 bad several offers of situations,
but they did not come up to my idea,
and 1 declined. Then tbe offers stopped
and I made applications, bin nobody
wanted me alter looking me over
and noting tbe shabbiness of my ’togs.'
Fortunately I bad made a friend, a true
friend, as lie was a friend in need. He
is a ’professional' man who barely
ekes out enough for his room rent anti
to pay for an occasional square meal.
He knew that I was hard up. and so
ottered to share with me bis humble
quarters and bed. But he did
nut know bow awfully ha d up
I really was. and was too con
siderate and delicate to make too
close inquiries as to my financial stand
ing. My last article of value had found
its way to ’my uncle’s,' and my last
nickel lay at the bottom of my pocket.
1 hail pretty well learned tbe free lunch
racket, and found that as good as it was
fur an impecunious fellow, a little capi
tal was necessary, and 1 bad gotten
down to the small end. The question
was. how to get Hie full benelit of tbe
nickel? 1 screwed up enough courage
to ask my room-mate If be could make
use of a cigar a day, and pay me a
nickel tor the same. He elevated bls
eyebrows, and with generous delicacy
torebore questioning, answered in the
affirmative. Going into a saloon where
a free-lunch was set out, I would step
up to tbe bar and ask for a nick*! cigar,
and then carelessly walk to the lunch
counter and eat all 1 could, and then
pass out unobserved if possible. 1
would then sell the cigar to tbe good
Samaritan of doubtful social position,
but of big heart, with whom I roomed.
With said nickel ano'her saloon
would be visited next day, and
so around, each day tbe tree
lunch racket was worked for all
there was in it. For over three months
that nickel did service in getting me a
lunch once a day, until the saloon men
began to become a little too well ac
quainted with me, and often gave me
rather hard and suspicious looks when
the cigar was tran*ferred to my poeket.
My pride gave away, and Ihe rest you
know, old boy. 1 think that 1 have
learned a few iliingsthal will be of value
tome, and with the new year of 1880 I
have turned over a new leaf. I have
learned tbe value of money, and also of
friends. During Dixie Williams’ visit I
heard him abuse gamblers for all the bad
on earth, but 1 found that a gambler,
and a one-horse gambler at that, bad
shown more of that divine virtue, charl
tu, than many who prayed so long for the
“ You keep your eye on him.
Mr. Light, and' mind you. if he
lives be will yet make his mark or 1 am
badly mistaken. Pity that some of the
chairmen of the ways and means com
mittees of Congress hail not his financial
SIMMS & SAMUELS. - - - -
« A.BJ AIVTONIO, . . .
. BI.MMK .Bcsmss Manaokk
LEW HAKhlt Amvsemknt Dirbctor
IHKO. HANI) LeADKH or Okchkstka
I'KAK. GHOERL I t m.kh or Bhass Band
W THE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY.
PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK!
u•• HlwHt * limic (hhml Lin k nut! w li> ? lieeHU**- we continue to give (ptod Mhows and wn-
KHge none but the*«-r> twM in America. We charge but twenty-five centa and for
that amount you can enjoy three hour* of aolid laughter.
MONDAY. JAN 11. H«U-FlltBT AI'I’EARANCE OF
James Neary, Lizzie Shelton
Tliiirsiaj, Friiaj, Saturday and Sunday, January 7,8,9 & 10.
'i’he |M-rfornianc** will commence with the laughable act, entitled
BARRY SULLIVAN OUTDONE!
>nronv. IhH'.-x Bak. i, and Mlm* Howard.
IWKKTI KE QIU Ilf.* 11l A
Serio-Comic Gems Miss Susie Stokes
Tin rniver«al Favorite. Eighth Weekoi Mr.
The I'l'oti'iiw of ih«* l*roM*nt. Ilaha<l—"l ui leavingthe Erin,” written and coin puaed by
Hari v .Macarthy. < hametvr The < ount v Actor. Song—“l in Man that Spouts.” Character
Mi. '1 tin <» liry an and hi* U'tter. Son# My Pretty « ollcon, written and composed by Harry
Macarthy. ( hiirartt r—Saunic McFile. » Scotch shepherd. Song—“Tae Star of Glengarry.”
Great Success, of Miss LOTTIE BURTON, In her Banjo Solos.
( ontinuod approval of
In Burhtsque, < haracters. Songa. entitle«l. •Tm a Fairy and they Ixx'k me up.”
In Popular Songs - _ _ _ Miss CAD BLOSSOM
(>V lie I I Rl’. Five Minuter Intermission ORCHESTRA
The Laughable act, entithsi,
MARKS, THE LAWYER!
Dooley and Baker.
iIVUKTriO-: ■ OKC’HESTHA
In Motto Songs - MISS SUSIE STOKES
Prepan* to wrinkle, lor here is the
2-BURTONS-2-Johnny and Lottie.
Plantation Sketch Artist, m their original Plantation Sketch, entitled, “LET ME BE.”
Intr< m 1 uci ng U>tti«‘M chanu ter pictun* ot the uncultivuteil • i tern Negro Girl.also Camp Meet
mg Hymn*. Banjo Solo.*, Etc.
N.H. Note the kts*n insight ol Negro idioms by diss Lottie Burton. She is so
great that the audience are often inclined to Ih-Hcm'that she is a man dressed up in woman’s
clothing, but we assun* our patrons that such is not the case.
The Ever Popular Miss Cad Blossom
And first appearance in America of the Great JAPANESE JUGGLER,
The wonder of the I 9th Century, Producing more Original and Diffi
cult Tricks than any other Artist in his line. Don't fail to see him.
1 A * J* n RI ORCHESTRA
rhe |»rrforinance will conclude with the comedy, entitled.
SCENES IN A SCHOOL.
Patsy Boliver . Larry Dooley
Dunce Gilbert Sarony
School Teacher Harry Macarthy
Characters by the Entire Company.
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