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Friday. October 31, 1884. We Invite the public to lnipect our Grand Display of Toys, Fancy Goods, Christmas Presents or All Dmrlpllont. Wo guarantee our prlcei Lower than the lowest. PAUL WAGNER'S BAZAAR. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, mlDAY, October JOth, 30th and 31st. The Emlnint Trsgsdlsn, Supported by Mr. Ilenrr A valine and a Superior Com pany of Artltti. Mil. WAUDE WILL Ari'KAlt Supplemented by KATUERINI! AMD rKTItVOIHO. Prlcei II; (rallery too. nor sheet orns Oo- TURNER OPERA HALL A bsHi're iVoreVy Prepare for o Surprise! Hut Xut Until SATURDAY and SUNDAY, HOY. 1, 2. All Ladles, Firtt Graml Inaugural Tour of tht Famed European Sensation, MISS LILLY CLAY'S COMPANY OF LADIES ONLY. AN ADAMLESS EDEN, charminr and cultivated Lady Comediennes, Lady Vocalist. Lady Special!., Lady Musl ciana, Lidy Doorkeepers, Lady Programmer. Grand Ladiet' Military Hand. The Theatre transformed for the above occasion Into a TURNER OPERA HOUSE, NOVEHlIi:it 3 AND 4. "Oooi Wins A'tetlt So JlushT' Tus Pfople's Favorites! The Monopolists of Fun! TOEY DENIER'S GREATEST SUCCESS. HUMPTY DUMPTY INTRODUCING ' America Genuine Clown 77tC Only Ravel, Tcerlc Concoctor of Cotnedy, together with 1my Denlei Meteoric Galaxy of Stellar Specialties. Ano Melodramatic Last Act, H. D. IN THE WILD WEST Among Indian and Wld Buffalo. At prices of the Ums. Keserved seau at Hlscbe op- Ragland & Co., 8 Commerce St., DEALERS IN DRUGS and MEDICINES Druggists' Sundries, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Artlclei, Perfumery, soaps, jirueues, tie., at nnirormry low I'tivca. ifcacriiniuna coreiuiiy com pounded. 4-29-ly burns & Mcdonald successor to nunxa nnos. Lime Cement Plaster Paris, Plaster Hair Bricks, Drain and Chimney Tiles, and Builders' Material Centrally. JULIUS ZANDERS, No. 11 Casiko Stiuczt. Wlavtar la fast ooratng.' It Is time to send your fall aad winter good, to have them clean ed or dyad to look aa good as new and aave ej ',jaim. iatMrfeotlon guaranteed. Closing out tin, shoos at Sheets', RAYS OF LIGHT. Gathered by Reporters on Their Tours Through Town. Matilnmo ltan Allium1 hnn at tho fl or-lniM to" Dtght. To-tnarmw Is All flalnti jTUt and Sunday ti All Souls Day, Tli9 (invArnmerit f-mnlorr at thli POIt were paid off to-day. Tbe Ladle Ei position society will if I re an oytter supper soon. There will boa irrand fancy dress ball At too Casino Novembers. Thd riitnnskatlnv tlntr for the members onlj. opens to-night at Casino ball. I Ine terries at the TemDle Ileth El this rei.I.if and lo-morrow morning'. Mi -tin Irvlnff. Bated if v wmaka. riled Octo ber rx, In the Third ward, of dysentery. Mr. w.C. Itoberts. formerly of Houston, i now en eared asnlaht clerk at the Central hotel. Thn hrlilA and o-rnnrn. Mf. Fllxiilmmnns and wife, were serenaded laat night by a full Mr Nelson CI e mow has boon Informed by tolrirrsDtj he Is the father of anothor little giant. A Iirar. amount of news wn crowded out of the Liomt yestcrdsy by Colonel Upton's speech. Cant nnnrtrA ml nl was Ariinadid br a largo party or his friends at his reiki en co last night. Iter, filial Hoover, aired SO years, died res terdar at his resliJenoo on 1'rosnect hill, from consumption. M at Klin llurrii will a ve a lion at Krlicli hall tsaturdar night. Good music and supper. all for 23 cents. Noihlnir but routine butfncM has been to- complishcdby the Methodist conference to tin danre n-lvim hv tho South Floresstrect club at Foil's garden Wednesday night, was a roost enjoyable affair. white frost has fat en for tho oast two nlirhLi. thouirh no damsiro to veuctallon has appeared from It as yet. OultAAAUmnerifl otwurrml at tho Vaneo house Wednesday night by the runner or the house attempting to smoke a loaded cigar. Mr. Scrivener, tho rental tnanaa-erof Flvod & Co.'aexchanire. la a rain ablo to resume bis professional duties aftoran attack of fever. M mi Tma MeanA. tho charm ntr tlaunhter or Captain Junlua Means, will celebrate berlSth say that he v ton and not correspondent. Cltr Collector Hauolsen requests the ttx- parcrstobearlnralndthat today la tho last day of grace for them to take advantageof tho -Will sne l was scntencod by tho DIstr ct court yesterday to three years In tho peniten tiary, and Thomas Johnson to live years Im prisonment. Hoth were convicted of theft. Albert Coster, a California bootblack, who has a very unsavory appearance, was arrested yesterday, charged with vagrancy He was arrested on supp'.clon of being wanted for other charges. This morning a horse drawing a rock wag- the amazement or thn driver, the entire har. ncas having slipped off from Us body. A little girl snatched about W worth of paper dolls. In card sheets, from Kelt berg's with them and escaped, although a little boy who saw too deed gave chase. Dlvf no services will be held at tho Temple ship.' A irent eman. In n-ellintT off a atrent car on the tSan l'edro line, grasmd the rods protect ing the window glass and cut his linger badly on a Droien pane or giass. no sqouki nave Trained tho band rail In trcttlnir off. Ho threaten" to suo for damages, but If ho did bo could nut recover anytbiug. Tho meeting of the work logmen last night n Main plan, was pretty well attended bra plomlscunua otowd, and waa sufficiently or derly. The oratory was very poor. The speakers bad not compared notes upon the tariff, and therefore disagreed In the views expressed by them. Mr. Oscar liergitrom seemed to bo extremely hostile to protection, and Mr. Urown was as pronounced In favor PERSONAL POINTS. Collected From Hotel Corridors ond Elsewhere. Dr. A. W. Wilcox, of Laredo. It at tbo Mea ger. Clemen, Jloppe, a merchant of Marion, 1, at the Mcngcr. Mr. II. Canity and brld. from Oweniboro, captain jacason, ine uetecuve, oal rcmov from 21 Matag-orda itroet, to 31U Star itrect. E. A. Atlee. or Laredo, formerly a partner of Judge 1 i'. Hall, la stopping at the Men. tho Monger. J. X. Burleson, San Marcoi; K. Itlebe and wife, Hchulenteig: a I. Cannon, rcaraall; Mr. and Mra. K. Wright and son, Ur. E. It. Wright. St. Louli, are at tho Central. ..Colonel Z, 11. nilaa, commander of tho United states troops at Fort Clark, arrived at the Menger this morning and left via the In ternational railway for St. Louis to return with his family. 4 ALL HALLOW EVE. Lovers' Test Nlght-Crownlng the Vlreln-Well-Known Tests. Upon that night when fairies light On Cassllls Downan'a dance On owre the lays. In splendid blaic, On sprightly coursers prance; Or for ualeolnthe the routo la U'cn Ilencath the moon's pale beams: There, up the cove to stray ana rovo Among the rockj and streams to sport that night. -llluiisa. SSI'S'.? 14 tbe anniversary festival of All Hallow r.en.or the Kve ot AMSalntaDay. Poetry Is full ot reverence to tbe day, from Shakespeare and Hallxk to IJobble lluriia, though how the day originated Is really not known. ' Hallow U'en la thoughtto be the night when the witches, fairies and gnomes bold, grand reunion, and being at this time In particularly good humor. It la supposed they will more readily yield to the human passion of prying into tfie future and by mrstlo spells and fan. tastlo tricks, will draw aaldo tho vail and allow morula a glimpse or what la to be. Particu larly are they thought to lavor lovcra, and m.'P' . mal(l resorts to many dovlece to learn of hor future husband or lover. At the Pavilion. J udge Evans addressed a vory good audience at the 1'avlllon last night ou the political Issue, Eloquent Address. Hon. H, J. Labatt, of dalvcston, Qrand unajioeiior Knignta or rylhlae lodge of the v. ... uoiiynnw a very interesting address before the San Antonio lodge last The First Soiree. The Initial soiree ot Professor Whitehead oc curred last night at his dancing hall In the Dullnlg buUding. A large number of Invited guests were In attendance and a Una time waa enjoyed. Zoltarelll 1c Co. furnished tbe string mnslo for the occasion. Cotton Premiums. At the World", Exposition In New Orleans, premium, will be offered for the beat balcaot American cotton aa follows: 11000 offered ,orAbInb,?"i''0 ot l09 "aP'e- o "ea Island, and JtO for the second best. For the best bale noi .SS5"p.lf, Premium of SHOD la offered, and ISM for the second best. Federal Court, The Jurors who have been attending this session of the Federal court have been dis charged aa have most of tbe witnesses In tho various criminal charges. All the criminal docket baa been disposed of, resulting In so Yen prisoners being sentenced to the penitentiary tor varlou, terra,. The Pipe creek mall rob bers. Potter and McDantel, have had their oases continued, and a J70O0 bond from each has been taken for tholr reappearance. ;" to othln hut several clyU case, to deal wth before the court is closed. Cheap Column. IJA11TNKH WAKTBO-Ilest paying business J. In the olty, well established. Good opening for tbe right man. Small capital required. Address "Partner," this otnee. IO-SHIt companion for An Invalid. Would be willing OOKS BALANCED. Complicated account, adjusted. Temporary employment wanted pen Dooa seeper, wno is Rug IaOll llENT-ltooms with or without board. Term, reasonable, at 10W West Houston street. liysUw 1)LASTEIima-l'laln and ornamental plas tering promptly done, on shortest notice. Address O. ltackc.lt, m Kast Commerce street. IJiOlt SALE A framehousewlth four rooma, ! stable and outhouse for sale cheap; water works on the premises. Inquire of Nlo Peters, at Jacob Dullnlz's store. 10-21-11 1 Toil SALE-IlcaUurant, newly fitted up, 1; with lease. In a good losatlon, paring woll. Cheap for oaeh, proprietor wishing to engage In other business. Apply toJoo. F.llronbon, roa Commerce street. 10-115-tf i rtnn old hats wanted to clean lUUUand make good as new. O.A. Mar. gerstaut, No.fi Commerce street. 10-15-lm A COMPLETE SET OP TEXAS ItEPOllTS, 1Y eUty volumes, new, can be had at less than cost. Addreaa P. O. Iloi 653. 10-lMt ANTED A good boy to carry a ho nOMBS ON MONTHLY PA YM ENTd. A handsome now cot t ago house, four rooms, gallery, city water, outhouses; all modern Im provements: only two blocks from streetcar. Address Lock llox MO, Ban Antonio, Texas, 10 t&4t T. II. II an as Is announced as the Working- l's candidate tor tbe Legislature at trie en- THIRD ANNIVERSARY BALL Young Men's Benevolent Association. -AT- CASINO HALL, Saturday. November 1, AH wishing tickets will noply to tho follow ing Arrangement Commute-1 W. Hnetllng, Jr., J. Weber, II. Hclllgraan. W. Wuribscb, A. lluth, L. Fclder. F. A. Jalmcs, 11. It. Marlines, (1, It. Itocmer and J. Cardenas. Ticket, $1. Special Notices, Call on Sheet', Dulling block. 18-tf See our neckwear for fall, 10-20-lmo. Paxcoabt ifc Sox. Call on Sheets, Dullnlg block. 18-tf llnrnUch & Baer are now prepared to servo coffee, chocolate and oysters In every style for tbe winter season. 21-1 Table board at Central hotel at St CO per week, liegular board 51 per day. If roil want a pood trunk, cheap, call on Sheets, Dullnlg block. Those are nobby checks In ready made suits, at l'ancoast & Son's. 10-20-lmo. If you want a good trunk, cheap, call on Sheets, Dullnlg blook. Call on Sheets, Dullnlg block. 18-tf Look out for the Big Ked "A" Best 1'Atent Hour, guaranteed, to be found at Calhoun & Mf.f.k's. Closing out lino shoes at Sheets'. Our custom department Is superior tbls fall. Finest of Imported and domes tlo goods. 1'axcoabt Si Sox. Stetson hats and all leading brands at Sheets', Dullnlg block. Closing but line shoes at Sheets'. Itecelred 200 barrels Ited "A" Fanoy Best Full Patent Hour, at $0 75; 175 bar rels Calumet Holler Patent flour, at $5 75 cash. Call at Calhoun & Jlcek's. Gents' line furnishing goods at Sheets'. Gents' flnefurnlshlng goods at Sheets'. Hats, everything new for fall, at 10-20-lmo. 1'ascoast & Son's. Youno man. your sweetheart would enjoy your osmpany more If you would remove the tobacco amell and atalns from your teeth by using OHIDONTO. only 60 cents a box, liquid and powder, at Kaltoycr's. Arrived at the Cash Grocery store of Kmanuel Abrahams, new smoked Beef, Tongues, Boncles, B. Bacon, Milwaukee Sausace,to be sold at lowest cash figures, 200 Commerce street. Look at our show windows. 10-20-lmo. Pancoast & Sox. gcstlve and nervous Headache, lllllous Head ache and Sick Headache, keeping tbo bowels free and preserving the system In a healthful condition, MOHLIiY'S T-X-8 LIVUll PILLS stands ahead. Sold by Kalteyer. Skating! Skating 1 1 A llrst-class skating rink will be opened on Haturturdav. November 1. on Losoya street, opposite and just above scuoiz s garden, j.aaies anu cniitiren are esneclallrlnvlted to attend. Wed nesday and Saturday afternoons re served for ladles. Tbe Eighth cavalry band will be In attendance. Admission. free; skates 23 cents. Open every after noon. U. JUORITZ X i.USENBKRO, 10-31-lw Proprietors. S1000 Rsward Will be nald for the return of that red headed man wltb tbo wart on his nose. who said be could buy housekeeping ar ticles cueaper man lotion seiistuem special to Gsnttsmsn. A splendid stock of ready-made cloth ing and gents' furnishing goods can be seen at the mammoth wholesale and re tail nouse ot l.. woirson. Main plaza, Jn quality and pattern everything can bo iuuuu to suit me raste or pocKei dook, There are too many articles to enume rate, and vou are advised to call and ex. amine for yourself. You are sure to And there Just what you want. 10-21-tf For Sal,. A saloon In llrst-class order, togotber with the entire outfit, everything almost entirely new, most centrally located, will be sold at low figures by Gordon & Berrey, No. 30 Soledad street. 30-10-2t Prettiest neckwear at Sheets', Dullnlg California rrulli. Cheap and fresh everyday, at Gilbert's, iv. jiuuaiuu street. iu-2-im Flut, and PI:eoIo Taught by II. Thorud, 012 Avenuo E. '1 erms reasonable. 10-2 1-1 m Mono to Loan. In sums of $1000 and upwards. Hilton & Young, 208 West Houston street. If you want a good trunk, cheap, call on Sheets, Dullnlg block. ', Dullnl, 10-18-tf The Haadauartars For ready-made clothing nnd gent's lui uifiuiug KWUS, is at Ai H oujson a, Thfl trrnrtRt Vnrletv nnri Iha trn,0at stock to select from. In prices cotnpe- utiuu ucueu. vhu anu see mm oeiore maklncr vtnir nnrMiaaai Vnn ,n .1. ways welcome to call and examine kuuus uuu prices, wnemer you ouy ( not. r 10-21-tf UNEQUAIED AND ZE DISPLAY OF Ll a-ooiDs. Tho Loreoat Stock of Dry Goods wostorn Texas, all of which, haB boon bought for Prompt Cash, tho Only Ternm upon which goods oan bo Bought or Bold to Mutual Advantage. Our stock is Immense and rare. Bargains oan be bought In tho following lines : 25 Pieces Black Cashmere, all wool, 40 Inches wide, from 40 cents up. CO Pieces Fancy Colored Cashmere from 20 cents up. AH tbe latest styles In Plaids and Combination Dress Goods remarkably cheap. 250 1'leces American Worsted Dress Goods at B cents a yard. 150 Pieces American Worsted Dress Goods from 10 cents up. 80 Pieces Fall Ginghams at 8 cents a yard. Flannels-Tile Grandest Stock Ever Seen in the City, 20 Pieces White at 20 cents, worth 23 cents. 20 Pieces White at 25 cents, worth 115 cents. 100 Pieces Assorted Gilberts, Shaker and Medicated, at bed-rock prices. 100 Pieces Ked at prices In which wo defy competition. , A very lino selection or Plaid nnd Striped Flannels, Ladles' Cloth In slnglo and doublo wldtb, In which we offer special inducements. We have on hand 100 Pieces of Brown Canton Flannel at 5o. n yard, worth 1o. 10 Bales or Heavy Brown Domestic, 1 yard wide, at 0 cents, worth 8 cents. 10 Bales Extra Heavy at cents, worth 0 cents. ju jiaics Dca isianu ai t cents, worm u cents. 10 Cases Bleached at 5 cents. 10 Cases Bleached, one yard wide, 0 cents, worth 8 cents. 10 Cases verr rood at 71 cents, worth 0 rents. 5 Cases very heavy, nameless, nt 10 ocnts, We Down All Competition In Bleached and Brown Sheeting, Drilling and Ducking. 100 Pieces lied Tick at 5 cent's, worth 8 oents. uuu slightly damaged Bed Quilts must be sold. .'omo and Innulre tbe nrlcea of Illanketa nml Cnmthrterii. nnd we will astonish you. 150 Pairs White 10-4 Blankets at $1 25. 600 Bed Comrorters at 75 cents. Cloaks, Dolmans, Ulsters, Circulars, Newmarkets, Jerseys, nnd nn Immense lot of Latest novelties In Knit Goods. Pay us a call before buying elsewhere. SHOES ! SHOES ! SHOES ! Wo are still selllnc- at our Pnmilnr T.nw Prices. Wn have lust received a full line of Children's, Misses and Ladles Hand yviso a large variety or names' uonimon sense Slippers, iineu nnu uniineu. Gents, now Is your time. See what we oiler as specials : 100 dozen llesvv Mnrlnn TTnitr,a mt 9'.n. KrtSnn PfrelA Rhlrta SI. CO doz. Heavy Merino Undershirts at W cents, ISO dozen assorted Shirts and Drawer, CO cent,, worth 65 cents. CLOTHING. 0 heavy Caaslmcro Suit, at t 40, worth I0. 40 heavy Casalmcro Suit, at J7 IV, 2.1 heavy Catslmcre Suits at Ji 5. 7ft heavy Diagonal Sulu at S10, worth tic. Do not forcret that we r.arrv the lari Boys' Overcoats In the city, and by cat the abovo facts. Call early and save 25 G. B. FRANK'S ALAMO STORE, A. KAHN & CO., Grand Slaughter Rednctions in all Our fleprtii READ. READ. READ. 20 pieces 10-4 Brown Sheeting at 19c. per yard, worth 25o. 20 pieces 10-4 Bleaohcd Sheeting at 19c. per ynru. worm ao. 20 pieces 8-1 Bleached Sheeting at lCJc, worth 23o. Dress Goods 100 pes Fancy Brocaded at fio. per yard. 100 pes Plain and Fancy at lOo. ner vard. 15 pes Black Wool Cashmere at 35c., worth B0e. 10 pes Blaok French Cashmere at 60c, ivuiuiuiju. 10 pes Black French Cashmere at C5o., worth 87Jc, Velvets, Velveteens and Plush In Great Variety, and. Upon Which Wo Oan Savo You Fully Twenty-Five Per Oent. Our Stooks of FLANNELS and CANTON FLANNELS are lmmenso In all Be epoots, and will be Sold Extromoly Low, Our Entire Slitt of Us', Yulls' ai Boys CWMu, Boots, Slots AT COST! A. KAHN & CO., RHODIUS 235 Commerce St. (jjL San Antonio, Tex. MUSIC STORE, jjs9Agents for Knabe & Co., New. England Piano Co, and Christie & Sons' pianos Ithlca Organs. Latest sheet muslo always on hind. Call and see them.,' UNPRECEDENTED and Clothing Evor Brought to worth 12 cents. - made Shoes In all styles and qualities. 1M dozen wblto Sblrtaat SI. worth $1 &0. 10 styles dents' Fancy Camel Halrand Lamb Wool Underwear from i! CO to 7. CLOTHING. Youths' and Hoys' suit. In lmmenso quanti ties. We will sell you a lino boy's suit for ?!. 1U00 Hoys' l'laldod bblrt Waists at Si cent,. 1000 Hoys' Ulue Linen Shirt Walata at 40 cents. K0 Pair lloya' Knee Panta from 20 cents up. rest assorted stock of Gents', Youths' nnd ling at our store you will be convinced of per cent, nil round by buying from us. 31 AND 33 ALAMO PLAZA. 25 pieces Pillow Casing, 40 Inches wide, at Ho. per yjird. 75 pieces Lonsdale Bleached, ono yard wiue. ni mo. Department. 10 pes Black French Cashmere at 75c. worth 1 05. 25 pes Assorted Colors at COo. and G5c, worth 06c. and 85o. A full line of Fall Ginghams at greatly reuucea prices. San Antonio, Texas. iTEMPSlCY Calcasieu Lumber Yard East Commerce Street and Sunsot Railroad. ALL DIMENSIONS OP T.nm1iRr flrarair JJUlUMUli JLluiumy Flooring, Celling, Fencing, Shingles. Laths, Palings, White Pino nnd Bed Wood Finishing Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Fencing, OILS. ETC., ETC. lifting In connection with ono of tbo larsrent mllla In tho Galea. eu IUkIodb, wo are pro pared to furnish bills at tho liorte.t notice. Addroi all correspondence to A. T. HENSLEY, MANAGER, San Antonio Lumber Co. T. O. Box 588. O. MUELLER, DRALKH IN Paints, Oils.Wall Paper Window Glass, Mirror Drushcs, and Everything- to bo found In a First BUm Work peclaltr "BLOOD ON War Among the Lumber at Bottom Figures ! We are In the Held, nnd are going to protect our customers " ns long as the pocket book holds out. MARTIN & SCHRYVER Are nliend of nnvllilni' since lumber wns made In the State. Our stock of Lumber In all branches, Building Material, all kinds shapes and sizes. Our stock of Ornamental Material Is tbe most complete In tbe State. Have 60 carloads of the celebrated J. HAISH'S "S" BARB WIRE on band, equalled by nono and the best ever made. Wo defy competition In ex ccllency, durability and application. We will sell all goods In carload lots at Mill and Factory Prices. Come and see what wo will do for you. It Is to your Interest. MARTIN & SCHRYYER, SUNSET DEPOT, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. WOLFF Dialer, lu Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Hats. NO. lO AND 13 COMMERCE STREET. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Wo Have n Very Large Stock of Mens', Youths' and Boys' Clothing Bought of houses that were forced to sell, and we are oflerlng some Im mense bargains. Anyone wishing to buy any kind of a garment should look nt ours. We can save you from $3 to $5 on a suit or an overcoat. Our DRY GOODS STORE Is replete In all Its departments, and our prices will be found extremely satisfactory, Miss Lehman has still got charge of our Dress Making. She Is well and favorably known ns an expert In ber business. . , WOLFF 8c MARX, COR. COMMERCE. AMD ALAMO STREETS. GREGORY & CO., IMMENSE CROCKERY, CHIM, GLASS cheaper priced than ever before offered In tbe State. Get our prloesonflne LAMPS AND CIIANDEL1KI1S, Mounted Cologne Sets, Brass, Bronze and Plated Card Keoelvers, Fine Besnue, Deoorated Plaques, OIL PAINTINGS, CHHOMOa and STEEL ENGKAY1NGS. We lend In these goods, and will give you prices that cannot be touched. OTXFt TOY STOCK Is very complete, embracing kvkhytwnq In this (Ine one can ask lor. The atten tion or the Wholesale and Jobbing Trade Is called to our close prices In every de partment. We guarantee our prices to please you. ' o-nEGi-opLir cfe oo. 400,411, 413, 416 HOUSTON Til KflYlM xxxumuj i uumuvi Wire, Builders' Hardware, Paints, San Antonio, Texas. Tclophone No. 601. Plates, Artists' Materials, - Clasa Paint Btore. Ploture Traralnir and Fl,3 Commerce Street, Bn Antonio, Tea.,, THE MOON." Lumber Merchants. & MARX, Staple and Fancy LINES OF STREET, CHINA HALL ft it.