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RED CROSS WHISKEY. RED CROSS WHISKEY. . RED GROSS WHISKEY. HARRY BAUM & CO. mi - HARRY BAUM & The San Antonio Light Volume V. Number 309. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31. 7885. OVEBCOATST STJ ITS I-ssir We mo BlinwInjAit (ircHCiiC the lai'dost iirkoi Uncut nl' Suits uiitl Ovrrcoitttt for (leiitleicn, linyS mill Cliililicn. Tino 8ilk-l.lnril Over I'oatH In Cliincliillii. Hcmt nnilDiiifjoiml at popular pi ices in nil fIzoh. Excellent and Etant Suits from $101 to $20.00. To meet tlio (lemamh o Iiatl manufactured fur iih e.tiiroHnl.v a large i)iantitj' of $."i.(MI Hoys' Hits. 1'licso kooiIh hio mailo of material tltitt will stand roiiKli tear aiuivcar, trimmliii; tlio bout, and tlie.v ftiiiK" in hizes fiom It to 17 youi Oar line of Short Pants Cliildieii Salts ranges from fcl.Tfi to $10.1, JOSKE BROTHERS. Goo. H, Kaltoyor, Proaicht - Otto Koohlor, Soc. nhel Mnnngor. LONE STAR Brewingy-iomy, SAW ANTVNTO TEXAS. TO MWE ! ! One Car. Ulurfil j Sf new Htjlcs, ver, t One ear (Minn. SllitH 1ml Novelties fioai, (1 .i!Pi,iH( uni.ine and elodj,, .i,.,,,, and llnish. Ono ear Kine, t'l'yii.itiiie, from best niakeis. THE SILVER QUESTION. An Interesting Article from Judge D.xvid 0. Robinson. In which the Question li Treated in a Clear, , 'radical and Eihautll.e Manner. The silver question K at this lliiu- the all-absorbing topic; II commands the at tention uf Dalesmen, ranltalista, and Hie press uf the country, rtome Texas editors, claiming tcpre'eut (he Na tional Democracy, tire iluiiotinilng Drill ocratla Senator fur maintaining Ihelr opinions formed anil rxprrsied jtnr ago upon this iucstloii, charging them with antagonizing Mr. leveland nnit hll administration, slin ply from the fact that they revise In cmlore lil llnatirlnt policy. Mr. Cleveland concl idea hi exhaust Ive review nf the currency with Hie rob Ion Inif: "I ri't'oiiimeml I lie suspension of the compulsory coinage of silver dol lars, directed li) the law passed In Keb ruary, ls7s." He not only shows the had policy of purchasing silver llh gold, but call to Ida nld it cunstlliitiuual question, a follow: "Upon Ihla theory the authority to -coin iniiney' given lo Congrrsa by the Conatllutlo.1, If II per mils Ihe purchase nf bullion Tor coinage In any event do a not juattfy such pur chnac and coinage to an extent hejond the the amount needed for a aiilllclenl circulating uiedlnni." It la very evident Unit the Trainer of the Conalltnlon never (onlemplaleil Ihe purchsao of bullion for collude. I lit that Ihn Congress having power "tii coin money hiiiI llx the vnluu Ihereor- should establish mints, 10 which Ihe holder of of bullion could, ad llhltuin" take their product! nml have Ihem loliied, pay lug the expenee Ih.reot and re ceive from Ihe l.'oi eminent their stamped coins, lo do at Ihey pleated with them. Jun aa Ihe far mer lake his h ml lu mill, pay Hie toll and dispose or Ida Hour, Independ ent or Ihe Kin eminent or the regulation! of the Secretary of IhuTrea.ttry. So long a the government make a dlitlncllnn between gold nml silver, (li,- I or the silver and appreciates the gold how can It be otherwise limn that the ellver dollar ol ihe fnuu viiliiHuflUO cent! ahutild be below par Willi I he gold dollar, rio lone: 11 a Ihe government makea n distinction In lla obligations paying one clnaa In gold unit another In silver, the lneiuallty or Ihe value of the two colna will be maintained. Mr. Cleveland a) a our preaenl course la n mutter or concern to everv patriotic; citizen who tinea nut deslrti his govern ment to pay In allver niolioflli" ollign lions aa should be paid In gold." When we relleot for a moment Hint the United mates bonds are put able In the currency of the country, none of them payable In gold, we conclude that the policy or the administration I liillu enced by patriot lo motive alone In pay ing gold to Ihe rich bondholders and paying allver to the producer Iheman iilncltirer the agriculturist Ihe dally laborer. The policy of the present administra tion represents the -'New York Idea," Just aatlie previous admlnlstrat'ona did. However much theKiistern Democrat! nnd Itepubllcan! may diller upon other question! their financial pollov is the same. The policy of Ihe American banker!1 convention, Ihe chamber or commerce or New orkCltv, and the slock association or H'nll street; in a word all those In whose Interest Ibe national legislation for years ha been run, and Is now proposed to be con tlnued. "This hoarding or gold has al ready begun" says the I'reaideit. when Itlsa notorious ract tliat It Is already accomplished In a great measure, and now It Is proposed lo demonetize all ver, call In and cancel the CUO.IKO of greenbacks now circulating at par with gold, and leave gold and national bank note the only currency of the country. The large nnd sudden Increase during the year of national banks Is conclusive evidence that the capitalists or the coun try have full faith In the present ad ministration, confident that It U the policy of the President to supply the country with nallonnl bank notes In lieu of sliver, and the $:tlU,0(xi,UiK) or greenbacks to be called In, Tne Presi dent felicitate the country upon Ihe large number of bunks, 2,727, now lu operation, aud congratulate hliuseir with the Idea that "Ihe volume of our circulating medium may lie largely In creased through this Instrumentality." In continuation of this purpose or giving Hie national banks the exclusive circulating medium or Ihe country, aa gold never waa and never will be Ihe circulating medium or the people, the Comptroller or the Currency. Mr. Can non, rei'ouiuientla In his report that the national bank! be allowed to I, sue the roll amount, lb"! per cent., or their tie posits with the Treasury and also be re lieved from taxation. The (lot eminent having coined J12J grnlni or silver aud slumped It or the value ol a dollar, Instead or using every ell'ort to maintain It Integrity, co operates with the gold men or our own and foreign countries to depreciate It by hoarding SlW.OOO.OOd In the Treasury, "the custody or which tins entailed a considerable expense for the construc tion of vaults for its deposits," while paying $S1,OUO,CHIO In Interest upon the public debt; nnd why? because the Gov ernment "does not desire to pay In sil ver such of Its obligations as should be paid In gold." Thle la a marvelous con clusion, .seeing that none of the obliga tions of tha Uovernuicnt are payable In gold. The l'resldent recommends that "the compultory coinage or silver dollars be suspended;" that is. that the Sscrctary ortheTreasuty shall not, In the ruture, purchase monthly $2,tx),(KX) of bullion with gold. Certainly a wise suggestion If the silver dollars are nut to be paid A f vSy " lVri an,1 inmtileto slock ot Ladles'. Misses'. Men s and iioji' coinage of sliver will necessarily follow? Shoes ami Hoots. A full lino of stetson . Son ; and S " "'uts. fio, Indeed I The Immense deposits of Also u full stock or Uentleuien-i rurnlshinir Ooods. Silver ore with which nature has 10 "lob- . - -rT.ii 1 , T-n a -xtt-n -I A T I 111 liy endowed us will remain unillmirl.e.i Jj U XV JN IT U XVtij J1S U KjIXnr SH JL W If developed and reduced to bullion. It Erastuteed. ' oysters, Fish anWe. '' .Rivers.de Cafe Riaurant And At , Bcholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce L080ya streets. laTLitnch and Meals nt all hour. Kvervthlng ,,n j,-,r8t.CIlP, st Eollto waiter in attendance. 7-28-Cm --EMPORIUM. OF FASIj- - This Eaiobliartmfnl Is now Replete with All ihp,fij (op (he Full and Winter Sanson. Fall and Winter Silks anatins Can be seen In "lack and Colored, IMaln and Urooaded. and colored). Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Halri" l'"i-k een" Velvets and Velveteens In all color, plain and brH 1'ongees, Dress l'lnlds In single and double wld'll torTrlmmlnga to salt nil Dress Goods.KrV Gloves, Laces, and Fancy as ii li now showing the largest stock of Hid Glove. Mlts, Laces 11 He la now linwii: ig in eiar bw)fM (o o(u. . ,n s, wv:Uods he has 1111 endless variety and cannot be undersold. ry Fall and Winter All the latest Fall aud Winter styles anil makes 0r llonnet Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Hlbbont and Trimmings will be - there. Tul uepanuieni i uouci who will please Ihe taste or all. Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton is Toweling!. Domeatlo Prints, Glnghnnn, Alpacaa, Comrortcrs. Can 1 nels and lloalery. Among the other things which were very . exto nurcliased by hi! agents was the most magnlllcent !tock or I 1 Good or all kinds ever teen In any dry good house In lex Kspeolal attention was given to purchasing fall and Wlntet bilks, and can he also give the greatest bargains In Clothing, Boots, Shoes and 1 till be ottered In the markets .if ,h Bend for samples. ger received bj' ; the Government tor T A 111 Li S? toins; then. Indeed, "Ihe plltlance of L,. VV UJ-jT oUIN , cl0.Xler&'lnfl,;l.1 rn., Main Plaza and Accquia StrecoIl'rb.'a'nli Institutions which hold In trust WATER STATISTICS. his coiiMct'ona and Just In hla nurniwes. but he Is not Infallible. llonua Moments non nnuani doriultat," II. C. H. AUSTIN LETTER. A Brilliant Wedding of Prominent Society Pejpls Arrested. ll'lorSini .tlitniiln l,lnht. AtHil.v, Texas, December SOlli, IMO. One or the most brilliant neddlnga that has ever taken plate In Austin, was sol. eninlred this eeiilng at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church by Ilia llev. J. W. Polndeiler. Ihe contracting pirllea being Dr. T. J. Itennett, one or Austin's most accomplished and suoctssTuI phv aicluna, and Ml. a Amanda Hume, Ihe beautiful and aecoiuplikhi-d daughter or .1. 1.. Jluine, K-q or Ihla oily. The eburoh was cruwd,d with friend, who had gatherrd lo wltneas Hie hapiy event. As the bride and groom walked down the Isle, two beautiful little girl preceded them, throwing doners In their pnlh. The attendants were aa fol lows: 1. Mr. Waller Hwaln and Miss Gusale Hume. 2. Mr. A. V. Ilclvln and Jilts Jesalu Drlikell. :i. .Mr. Floyd Mr(lon,and Miss Cora Savage, ot Galusvllle. After Hie ceremony at the church, about 100 persons repaired lothe bride's residence, where a bountiful table was spread, which was done full Justice to. (Votir correspondent waa not there, but will likely be the recipient of a hand some take and a bottle or wine). May Ihelr path through life ever be etrewn Willi miners, the cares of the world Inn lightly upon Ihem, and when their Jour l ey lit re I ended, may they be found unspoilt il, unblemished, ready antl will ing to cros that river from whence no lrelcr ever returns. A Mexican was nrresteil to-day on suspicion or being connected with the lain murder. A lot of women's blood v clothe were round lu his possession; also a large murderous-looking knife and several bushels of curious traps. Thu stock of S. Simon, who failed hero some weeks since, will be sold to-morrow at publlu auction. The proof against the woman Kanrs as to her guilt of Wiling herchlld Is very positive. Austin now has a force ot GO police men, besides a force or volunteer guards who patrol the city. The trial or Clin" Cook and Lilly Gib son will be wnlehed litre nlth Intereat, as they are well known characters, hav ing once resided here. Calitft-aiifa. Crop Estimates. Waiiimiiov, Dioember:IO. The esti mates or the Statistician or the Depart ment or Agriculture ror the principal cereal crops ror the year are completed, and Ihe aggregates In bushels are as fol low sin round millions: Corn WW, wheat 3 .7, oats M2. The area or corn la 73, DOO.IXX) acres, wheat HI.OOO.OUO, oals 23, 0OU,lKJ. The value or corn averages nearly 33 cents per bushel, which mat is an aggregate of $035,(JO.OUO ; $0,000,000 lets than Ihe value of Ihe last crop. Tie decrease In Hie product or wheat la tl) percent , nnd only 17 percent. In valu ation, which la $27r.000,00). The valu ation or oata la $-1,000,000. The reduc tion In wheat la mostly In the valleys or Ohio and California. The Slates of llli nola, Ohio, Missouri nnd Kanaaa last year produced 17,000,000 bushels, Ibis year 8.000,009, a reduction or 9,000.000 bush els. The production or all cereals la 03 bushela loeach Inhabitant, and the ag gregate volume Is larger that at any former, year. Allejed Texas Fever. Outiu, Neb.. December 30. The case ofPliimmer, Jenett, Snyder and oilier Western Nebraska cattlemen against the itaukln Cattle Company, has been occup)lng the attention of the United Stales Court for several days. The amount Involved Is $129,000. Two years ago the Itankln Cattle Company brought several thousand bead or cattle In Ne braska from Texas. A large number of them were sold lo cattle companies near Urady Island and turned out to feed upon the range In June, where the na tive cattle hertltd. In July the cattle began lo tile In large numbers. During the months of July and August the deaths numbered from four to forty a day. The disease waa a peculiar one, and for n long time ballled the veterin ary surgeons. Finally It was decided to be Texas fever. It fa claimed that the disease wna brought by the cattle Im ported from Texas, nhlUi the native cattle caught. On Ibla ground damages were claimed. The tlerense denied that the disease was Texas fever. JJven If Ihe nature nf Hie disease was such. It could not be recognized and imported knowingly. Want an Advance Piniuiuim, December 30. An oiler of 10 per cent, advance In wages, lo take ell'ect next Moneay, has been made by Carnegie Ilrus. toemnlorees at the Kd. gar Thompson steel works at llraddock, are arranged on the llrst or each year. During the past two weeks the men have been holding meetings and talking over the conditions or trade. It was de cided to ask for an advance of IS per cent. This afternoon a notice was cir culated through llraddock, requesting all employee of the Kdgar Thompson steel works to keep away from the com pany's office on Wednesday, December 30, 1883, and not sign any oontract with the olllcer of the above named company until they give a fair equivalent forlhelr work, It was signed "Kmployees." This was soon followed by a notice posted nt the. mill. Informing the em ployee that the scales were ready for signing, and that the nlaces ot Ihn ner. ions refusing to sign by Saturday would coinpany'i mains? the answer of the live water companies Is, Kllabelh, N. J., Inch tsp, $3 CO; Inch, $1 Ml, and 1 Inch tap, in, for lint making the tap. Indianapo lis, Ind., nothing, into the wall. In re Haute, Intl., from Jll to SIS. running pipe to curb San Antonio, Texas, lo for tapping and running pipe to curb, II not over 10 reel; over that distance III tenls per foot for J Inch pipe. Of the Water-Works owned bribe rllles iu.. make the tap for nothing, aud the re mainder 17 cities the highest charge Is ii for ) Inch tap, made by Jtrscy t'ltt. and the smallest, tl 00. by Dayloii, Ohio, running Ihe pipe to the properly 'Ihe Indianapolis, Indians, company, which taps for nothing, says the Sooner the companies do the plumbing for the consumers the better fortho company. It will be aren that the private com panies are all higher In their charges, with Hie exception or the Indianapolis Company, than municipal corporations, and or these but only one Is higher In Itachargra than San Antonio, which la 1'erre llaule, Ind., but It will be remem bered that the water rate of slid com pany, which was published In the I.tuitr some weeks ago, la much lower than It la here. Thtia it wilt be seen that wher ever water la an article for speculation, the prollts or Hie company come out or the people. newTeaiToalls. A List of the Ladles Who will Hecelve To-Morrow. New Year call will be made to-morrow by a greater number of uur gentle men or society than formerly, and In cunsrquenct, the ladles will be well taxed by Ihelr many rrlends and ac quaintances. The following ladles will receive; .Mrs. Major Gordon, corner Husk and Halt Commerce street, ss slated by the the .Misses Weir, Miss Macon, Miss Terry, of New Orleans, Miss Kntle l'lorlan. Miss I.lttcn, or Aus tin, Miss Jessie Newton, .Miss Sallle French. .Mrs. Colonel I. P. Simpson and Misses Fannie Simpson and l.oltle James, cor ner Avenue C and Fifth street. Mrs. Sterling nnd daughters, and Miss ruller, at Mrs. Sterling's residence on Avenue C. The Isdles or tho United Slates Mili tary Post will receive at Ihe Hop Itoom at Hie Quartermaster's Depot, Govern ment Hill. Mrs. Dr. Joseph Jones, No. 700 Ace qula street. assisted by Mrs. J.M. Nixon, Mr. A. K. Leonard, and Mrs. Charles Itutsell, from 10 a. in. to 10 p. m. Miss Helen Vellh and Mlts Sarah Landa will receive from 1:30 p. in., with the Mlsse Harriet and Hannah Koenlg helm at their residence. No. 3S7 South Florea street. Mrs. It, II. Nertlham nnd Mrs. M. Ilas tlau wlllrecelvo at Mra.Needham's res idence, from 3 until Up. m., at No. 310' Ilium street. Mlsaes .M. Levi. It. IIollls, llertha Frank, and Hennle Ilalir will receive at the residence of Mrs. M. Halll', No. 33 Goliad street. Mrs. Major Isaac Arnold, Jr., will re ceive at the United States Arsenal, be tween the hour of 2 and H p. in. Mn. Kd, Steves. Sr., assisted by Miss Alvlne Fischer, at the residence or Mr. Kd. Sieves, Sr., No. 609 King William street. 'Ihe Misses Helen Leonora Ilcnnett and Mies Illanche Kager. Mist Llrile lteed will receive at the residence or Mrs. J.J. Stevens, at the M Inter resi dence, Martin street. Mrs. Dr. Hal, Howard and daughter will receive at their residence on San Pedro Avenue. Misses Carrie and Julia Ord, assisted by Mrs. Lieutenant Jiimrs C. Ord, will receive at Ihelr residence No. 501 Au gusta street.; Building Permits. F. F. Collins, lumber tank factory, nest side St. Mary'sstreet, Third Ward, to cost 300. S. Fcst, Jr., shop, corner Cevallos and South Florea street, First Ward, to cost $100. A. .Muschaweck, dwelling, west side Live Oak street, Third Ward, to cost $230. Alfred Hunt, stable, west side Perez street, Second Ward, lo cost $30. W. C. Mathona, addition, east side North Concho street. First Ward, lo cost $100. Jack Williams, addition, east side Live Oak street, Third Ward, to cost, $730. A. lleuslnger, addition, corner South Alamo and Martinez streets, Fourth Ward, to cost $73. It. Illerman, carpenter shop, east side North Flores street. Second Ward, to cost $200. J. M. Ktnerson, addition, east side Soledad street, Second Ward, to coat $300. Imported Fine Stock. A car load of 30 line bull calves were, at the Iaternatlonnl and Great Northern Depot this tuornlng on their way to Mil letl Station, going to Mlllett llrothers' pasture. They nro Hereforils, Dur hams and Polled Angus, and come from tbe Mlllett f! rot hers' ranch. In KM worth county, Kansas. They are very tine animals antl are Intended for breed ing purposes by the above anmed gen tlemen, who recognize the Importance of raising a better grade of cattle here In their breeding pastures. Tbe enter prise or the Mlllett llrothers Is commen ded to Texas stockmen generally. R ecorde'r's Cou rt. Hut three casea were berore the He cortler this morning, one of which. Jus. Halley, ror being drunk, begged oil and was dismissed on his promise to go to the . . i n.fl. ..wM.., - vuiin.ij, uuuio, jieueuy was uruna, mil . It Is qtt te probable that tbe was not so lucky as Jim, and was fined v's nronosl loi wl 1 h accKotpii. 1 ii,ini u, ,,;.. i i. ...,.. About 000 men are employed at these by running against a milk wagou, waa woras, nned $2. Only $5 a Year. the savings or the poor women be scaled down to meet the new order ot , ?. . . ' 1 'iiniiinating. truly, lor ILe ( hlef Lxtcullte of any tountry lo Comparative Statement of a Larre Horn- announce elite ally lothe world that the b.r ofWater-Worka C dollar of their onn coiling, la worth oerot water wor.a. only W trila, nnd eapeclally so when , , . . . that t'eprtclatlon Is the direct result ot '" l,rJ,r lo "' people of Sin An- the nclfon orthe (internment Useir. totilojudgeforthetuselvesas to whether I tiuay be irun that noatatule canenn- the llrackenrldg. Waier-worka toon. ,. m,!,,'aU; t this cltl. really the' Jr.".. and lu operate It laws to protect and pro- Kn"" ("'"lie benefactor elanu. d for It by .mole Ihii Interests of Ha people-lhe lla frlrnda. the l.ttiitr has comnlled a A Government that can final $:il'),(l.- "r December 21, Isw. It include 'i U10 or Hat money on a par with gold, clllea w lib San Antonio. 2J or which ate b:i;ar:;Un,,,,i,';;:,.,,"!e,,,i,: prvb;!::",:;:' nri "u,u- of It face value. panief. In the qneallon, what do )ou b'lieve Mr. Cleveland honest In , cnarge ror eacli Insrrllon, or lap FASHION --THEATRE-SIMMS & SAMUELS. - - - - HANANTONIO. . . . r Tim i. iiAMi I 'II AM lllllllilll. PROPRIETORS . AauiMMi UiarcTon . l.lltt.!l or OHCIIr.MTitA .LRtnrtf or tliusw luao wTHE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY. A Happy New Year to Ail PROGRAMlVlk TO-NIGHT. " Thorstlay, Friflay, Salnrflay anfl Sunday, Dec. 31, January!, 2 & 3. lit hllll'lll . Hill II KM II A Hie ..rr..rinaiie. .. , ft, j,rr Iiil..jsaet,eiittlli.l MAH, LOOK AT HIM! IhKt.i-i, llnki r, Hnnm) nml Ml" H.iwmU (it nt Midi nf i lu ADA. QUINNETT CHILDREN, FBANK. In lln-lr pli ii.Iii -ki lili, liilntilui In Hon.. Iianee.. tt III,- s,liw. mid ItiimormM tleinark Tim potito, - - - ... Miss minnie Hassan Hie IK.ple's I'niorlle I'iMiiollaii. LARRY DOOLEY, In hl oceat i:.enre of rl. Vlralnle. Evor Plonslng. - . . M3S CAD BLOSSOM He,.-mil Wocki.r.Mr. HARRY IYTACARTHY, s s....,.-.VH ?r" '-,AN,ITIIi:!tl'l!Ttlt'ai.llt(TI'Jli. III! JJiiVlill WAS IIIUT. J!i I ll .T-'v "''rVr" W,,,r ""naVnie laJtehera In Ilia Army," written and mi. K J,ll! I,.Sl,I,i tliaratler Tlio fit mli .(rUsaii. H.uur--rl.u Marseilles.- W-. ?.,.Vi?i nifrii vV.'r.'!""".?' " "!'" !" "! L'lr." Hrlttenanilciii. Ur?y vL.. "f v 1 ' l,"nK'"'r-f"iiir-"Jotili," Htteu aial cumiKiwI by Tito DowltchlnH Vocalist ; Miss Sualo Stokos MISS LOTTIE BURTON, In ilanjaftl, .T-iirrpTTBsrii v Mr. Hubert M rout's liiutinl.l( sketrh. t ntlllnl PRIMA DONNA FOR A NIGHT! u- .im. . ... Otllwrt Harony Mr. HUllnm. U-w linker I MlaaHiiillli Mllinlollasutn "VKIIII'Iti: . . ..TT'iJMifSrfiA Popular Sonus Miss EMMA QUINNETT Itr-I iiia,irnne.. nrilie pn-uiler IMniilulloii Kk.trli ArlUts. MR. AND MRS. JOHN BURTON, III nil .-i.llr.-t, new. n..,el nml nHirliml skeleli. reoIHe II li s.iinr.. .Un nn.l fo line "Jttlnu.. In PloaslMB Songs.. Miss Cad Blossom Frank, QUINNETTS, Ada. l-IU-i er wlttiewml In t Ills or any other country. The iill.it to lliecloelnir.lroiK, and illltlcsilt tricks aa ', ,i; i4iiir nnuif, -nM.'nwins'. .anient cut of ilt miry. IH-rriirtnol l'rop. lion Jaw Wink i:tirt;iti: oiiClitaTiiA 'Hie iH-rrormnncu will vonclude with Harry Macartliy's raice, cutttlel LOVE AND POLITICS ! t HoiriirU, llireiitleinall of leisure nil CI rinlrv. ii'min ot mi iwlltlt a Harry Mucartliy .Annie llowanl .Minnie llasn, Klcrnil hh.U-oiiiIl'ii! irickHlii DONT -! GO Wolf &l Marx TO BUY AST SWTIIS, We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of-Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. Special Importations roii thi: HOLIDAYS. Fine Dress Goods, Silks, Salins anfl Velvets, Cloaks and Wraps of all kinds. Jerseys for Ladies, Misses, Children. Silk, Lisle Threafl & Cotton Hosiery. Kid Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Fans. 500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants. ouu Boys' suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc. wolf &c ZjVCa.:r,:x: Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. SOHOLZ'S TtljinTer Carden-f tm ASFIRST-CLASSIIESORT FOM FAMILIES. HEATED BYs3TEAM ITHROUGHOUT. FREE CONCERTS' Every Wodnostlay and Saturday Evonlngs, and a Bnoclal Froo Concort Every Sunday, from 4 to 1 1 p. m. First-Class Bar-Roorn, Restaurant and Billiard-Room Attached. l'ltOMlT AND VOUTi; ATTKSTIOS OUAltAKTni'.l). Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.