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Volume V. Number I.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
Wo in u bIkiwIiir nt liiesent tlie lnrgcKt iiPRortinont of Suits anil
OveicontH for (Ipiitlctiipu, IIojh imil Uliiiilruii. Kino Silk-Uiictl Over
routs In Cliliit'lillln. llciivermtil IIIiikoiiuI at popular priccN lu nil r.v.
Excellent aiii Eliant Suits fr
To meet tlm iloiimiiil woliail iiisiiiiiliietii.pil for us cxhchk1.v n lajKo
ipiniitity otM.lMl Hoys7 Hulls. '1 lieso irootlN mo inaiioni uuiivum mm
will sta'inl ioiikIi ti-iir and wear, tiiiiiiniiiK tlio licst, and tlioy laujic In
sl.os from !l to I" vi'iitR. Our lino of Hlinrt I'liuts Clillilicu halts
Goo. H, Kaltoyor. President - Otto Koolilor. Soc. and Mnnngoi
n . 1 11
i jn Bail ak fya.i2A ..n
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
f. SlMMANd. A. IIAMIT.t.
Oysters, Fiali and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'8 Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
Emporium of FASKioN.ff
This Establishment Is now rteploto wltn All tno Novelties tor the
Fall and VVIntsr Season.
Fall and Winter Silks and Satins
'n 1)0 seen In Mack unci Colored, l'laln nml llrooadeil. Cassnneres (black
and colored), Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Camel Hair nnd Wool Mat
cens. Velvets and Velveteens In nil color, plait) nml liniculed. Silk
Pongees, Dress l'lnhls In single nnd double- width, and
lajrTrlnimlnKS to suit Hit Drees Good.Yfi
Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods.
He I now showing the largest stock or Kid (Hovel, Mils, I.ncos and KancyJOoml.
for l.ndlrt anil Children ever hro'iglit lo our city. In Hllk Hosiery
lie has an endless variety nnd cannot be undersold.
Fall and Winter Millinery
All tlio latest Fall and Winter styles nnd makes of Ilonncts nnd lints,
Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Hlbbons nnd Trimmings will bu found
there. This department Is under llrst-clnss nrtlstes,
who will plriso thu tustes of nil.
K Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods,
vis 'IViu ltn(ra. llnmeHtln Prints. (HliL'li-ima. Altmcas. Comforters. Canton Flan
nel nnd Hosiery. Among tlx other tiling which went very extensively
purchased by his agents was. Iho most tdagnlllcent slock of Dress
(londs nt nil kinds ever seen In any dry goods house In Texas.
Kapcclal attention wns glen lo purchasing Fall nnd Winter
Milks, and can he i.lso give the greatest bargains In
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and
ijr is in largt'si over ni-mium iu mx
ills t'H-k of Kail li
Also (i full slock of (lontkMi
URNITURB AND CARPETS
iirnltiiro Dojjirtmiiit la
1 ho will ult fvorh(Kly
.Suits. M'Jlnilc Parlor HtiiH. Will nut ami
(iiilrj, Ilalv Uruisola hii1 la if mm Ourpcti, Kutri. Maltlnir,
Country r m tllltl proinptiv mttl silUfactioii giiHrmitfcl,
Mil in Plaza and Acequia Street
i lnOaiiclntf Mill lo pierirtfil. UlKii
AL-OLORED ClHl, lilmnt 11
can II ml n msl nlneii I
IS rears old,
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maker of nil kinds or sau
'ii'iu, Ilolognc, etc. Orders
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milnlt and ro,-
nnd guide o. .,...
power wnij-" '.Mtros., Jew.
ptemler like I )lamonds,
and a cenmmj . . nui,
Every tlrst-oll,eri Kt
THE OLD AND NEW.
The Year 1080 Stops Out Yliilo
tlio Ywr 1080 Stops In.
Tho Season Degun With Merriment,
Feasting and Dancing In
heofd jearnriS'O, which has brought
many blesslngsnnd iuhii) sorrows, closed
tilght before last. Thedtlngyeiirpasaetl
peiu ernlly nway, the blinking lints In n
clear heaven looking on, ns the lleeord
Ing Angel turned n new leal In the Hook
of l ime.
Many households hailed the pasting
nwny of the old year ns Iho farenell of n
dear friend whom they were never to
sec more, nnd the solemnity of the oecn
Ion was registered In their ml nils with
n 'ecllng of grand nwe, which Is felt liy
nil mortals, as viewing the slow but sure
passage of Time Into Kternlty.lbey real.
Ize their positions ns but spetlnlnrs to
the grand drama of the ages that Is be
ing enacted beloro them.
The moralist, In Ids wny, recalls a
thousand memories, fruught many times
with pangs of regret or with thrills of
pleasure ot the many cveiiti of the pars
ing year. The cynic views nil lime
alike, neither knowing or caring what
Importance the passing events may have
his destiny. Hie pntrlnnh, full of
rs, of honors and of knowledge n hlch
none but Father Time can give, sees Hie
lleellug yenr wlih resigned sorrow, and
halls the coming of the new year with n
grateful surprl.e that yet he Is living,
l.lfe Is sweet lo all, and to none more
than the aged, whovlewthelr past years
Willi n retrospective glance, as I lie
weary traveler, resting for a moment on
the brow ot thn summit he has just
climbed, views thn valley beneath him
in n 1 Its clianges and turuwa lilt ryes lo
the lonely sunset which, as his goal, he
lnustsurely reach Toyouth(loleauty,
the passing ot tlio oiu year lias
a happy itlgnlllcmice, as of the
departure of n friend who has given
them pleasure, and the upprnach of a
new trleml coming to visit them for u
lime, nnd of whom they expect to de
rive more plensure than from the last.
We hope they will not be disappointed.
To the business mail the old year has
been fraught with but little pleasure If
not actual disaster. 1'olltlcs and the
change in our national administration Is
no doubt the leading laetor In this, The
man of business looks with hopeful
doubt upon the new year nnd re9oles to
treat it ns inentuy ns it win treat mm.
lluslness will revive, says he, theconll
denceof the public, both foreign and
domestic, will be reinstated, mid the
wheels of commerce will turn with the
regularity which Is alwnys prolltnble to
The politician halls with u nervous
stest the opening of the new year. This
ts an election year, and his rise or fall
uiay depend upon It. He fawns upon
bis friends, gambols among his acquain
tances and seeks fresh conquests for
votes, that may place him by ibeir com
bined good will, In the national toruni,
the stale arena, or I lie county or cut
San Antonio, the hlstorlu Aluino illy,
nddsone year lo the eaired memory ill
which she holds her martyred Milam,
Crockett nnd their comrades, .ml then
treads peacefully on, with a firm, un
faltering step, with herstock Interests,
her wool product, her growing manufac
turing and railroad enterprises nnd hir
business Industry. The vivid drama of
the year has atlect' d her and caused vary,
jug tides of applnute or silence lo
shake her peaceful bosom, Many other
oldest and tuost honored sous nnd
daughters have crossed to the Great lle
yond, tried nnd true, to be replaced by
her younger sons, yet unskilled In the
march marked out for them by their
predecessors, yet the closing year waa
appropriately bidden farewell by all
with regret, and tbo new year hailed
with n welcome none the less, hearty be
cause it bad not been tested. 1'lensure
parlies assembled everywhere, nnd
scarce none were found by their fire
side at the grand crisis, midnight.
The Casino Association, comprising
one of the oldest of our social Institu
tions, assembled nt the Casino Hall,
where a grand ball was Inaugurated and
the dance held full sway until 4 o'clock,
a. in. 1881). The decorations of Hags and
bunting were simple, yet artistic The
Klghth Cavalry Hand furnished the
dreamy inuslo for the waltz or the stirr
ing strains for the quadrille. The Com
mittee, Messrs. J. House, Harry Fowler,
C. Gross, Jr., and Krust Steves, were
perfect In their arrangements, Including
the supper, one of the Illicit eter given
at this hall, under the charge or that
prince of caterers, Mr. I.udwlg Mahncke.
Among wie lames uoieu or me j.iour re-
forter were present the Mesdatnes
lerll'. Iionse, llerner, S. Hart, Ileusin
ger, Wagner, Degi'tier, the Misses I.a
coste. Misses Uroos, Misses lleusliiger,
Miss Guenthtr, I.anda, llictz, Koeuig.
helm. IlallV. Vtllb and others.
At Turner Hall the gallant Turners
were out In force with tbelr ladies.
Messrs. Einll Kuehu, A. llrlam, William
.McAllister, a. Schorr and It. Ueoker. the
Committee, had spared no pains for the
pleasure of all present, nnd ihelrsuccess
was fully demonstrated by toe late hour
4 a. hi., nt which their comrades and
guests departed. A section of the
Eighth Cavalry Hand discoursed
the music. The hall was finely decor
ated with flags. The ladles present, as
seen by the Lioiit scribe were Mrs.
Zuechlag, Mrs. Ochse, Miss Hannlcu,
Miss Wagner, Misses Ham, Misses
rJtumberg, Misses User, Misses Satitle
ben. Deuisen, Muegge, Dletsoh. llauer.
Jlauelsen, Truax, Haenel, Dancnhauer,
The Arbtller Vercln. the oldest as
socUtlon of Hie cliy, held their grand
.Sylvester Hall nt the hall on F.ast
Commerce street, where the reporter
for the I.iuiit visited the gay scene, Tbo
excellent, supper spreau ny .tin, it, u
Nixon had been dlsciused by theconi'
pany and all were dancing. The excel,
lent management of the committee
Messrs. U.liohn, It, Huedlger, H.Faust
J, I.aager, William Hiuscbkel. M, Zlue
tnermann, was the remark of all. The
excellent muslo of l'rofessor sains' band
lu attendance, was all that could be ue-
Ired. Among the ladles who irraced
the occasion were the Misses Meyer,
Welnboldt, Nixon, Knupr, Killing,
ltrunkhorst, Mesdames Scbuiz.lteudlger,
Laager, Kotula, Faust, Schorr, llauel
sen, Belle!, Holm, Killing, Nlxou, Klol
btan: Mines I.udwlg, .oiler, llofliuan,
Mrs. Kd. Howe and others. The dance
was continued until n o'clock.
The celebration of the llrtmen wai
a worthy feature. At ICrlsch Hall the
members of Flro Company No. 1, ami
Sunset Hose Company, assembled with
their Indies. In full force at an enrly
hour The olllcers of Fire Company No.
1, Alderman F. Schrelner, Foreman; II,
(.oilman, Anlitant foreman; K. Schlld,
Secretary; nnd F, Krlich, Trensurer,
were nil present, ns were nlso the olll
cers of the .Sunset Hole Company,
Messrs, 1'hil Manger. Foreman; J. J.
Cavanaugh, Assistant Foreman, A.
Frasch, i-Hcrelary; 11, W. Hitter, Trea
surer; and .1. MoCormlck, Police Op
inio. The committee of arrangement.
.Messrs Schrelner, I 'olluinn, nail F.rlch
Mengrr, were untiring lu their rlTorls
to plrnie. Cbrlstlnn Krnenbuhl spread
fun rlegsnt supper. I. idles present :
Mm. Henry Inslemnnn, Mrs. and Miss
Mnnger. Misses Hlvna, itacon, llucheltl.
Fllipntrlck, Mrs. Oavahniigh, Under and
daughter; Mesdames Krlsoh, Misses
Kremnkraa. Mrs. Itedner. Miss Fred
rrlck. Miss Dlrtsch, Illuhmeyer, Mrs.
Hurnelt, and others.
At Scholz' Hall, Fire Company No. '2
assembled, having Colonel II. II. An
drews, an honored member, present.
The S0I10I7. Unit Orchestra furnished
the music. The Klverslde Cafe I hi
supper. The ladles who were pres
ent were Mesdames Hoefllng, Sr., and
Jr., Mrs. F. C. Ilaiiel.cn, Charles Degen,
Miss .immcrman. Miss Nixon, Misses
bellel, Kloepper, Nixon, Miss F. C.
Hani, Mrs. Soliorr, Mrs Pieper, Miss
App, Miss ricbloegel, -Mr J. Itamsdorl,
Mrs. U. I). Koemer, Mrs. A.Soholz, Mrs.
Judge Wurzbach and others, The olll
cers present were: William Hoefllng,
Ur., Foreman; Sam Koenlghelm, As
sistant; F. O. Hauelsen, Secretary;
Charles Degen, Treasurer. The Com.
mltlee on Affairs was Messrs. W. Hoef
llng. Sr.. C.Degen, Sr., C. Degen, Jr.,
W. Hoelllng. Jr.
The Oood Neighbor's Vereln dance nt
Hartuian's parllion, Losoyo street, wns
a scene of festivity until a very latu
hour. The hall was beautifully deco
rated and wns tilled with dancers, both
young and old. Storbeck'a band fur
nished the muslo for the dancers.
The masquerade ball, the last of Pro
fessor Whitehead's pleasurable series
given In San Antonio, took place at
Joike's hnll. Among tho maskers pres
ent were Miss Jessie Kvans. who was
charming as Dolly Varden; Miss Vir-
Services at Iho Madison Square Pres
byterian Church to-morrow: Sunday
school at u:: a. m.: preaching by the
pastor, Hr. Scudiler.at 11 a. in. Strangmi
ltev. F. H, Young, of Sherman, Texas,
will preach at the Christian Church, on
Cameron street, tn-mnrrnw tmirnliiir at
I 1 1 o'clock. Subject! 'i.lieneer.'' The
I public Is cordially Invlled.
I Trinity (M, K.) Church In mnrrow:
1 rencning ny ine pastor, liov. i.iunes 1..
Ulddlngs, at II n. m. and ";.M i. m.
.Sunday school nt It p. in. Special elns
bv It M, Moore, superintendent, at 'J'1.1
Cumberland Preibvterlan Church.
Soledsd street. Services lo-uiorrow,
Sunday-school nt D:30a At II a. m.
a New Year's sermon by the pastor.
Services also at "UW p. ui. All will he
Services at St. Paul's (M. K.) Church
o-morrow : .Sum av school at ill a. in.;
preaching al 3 p. in. Subject "The
Means of Urace." Hy Dr. (1. .1. Slnrnel.
"Man's (1ft to (I oil." Mack
Services at the Second llaptlst Church
o-morrow, Sunday school at I)::i0 a. 111.
ind nt II 1). Ul. the funernt occasion nf
Brother Tyre wllltake place. AI 7:3I) p.
1., prencniiig, auojcci "ine 1 ear OI
ubllee." All ale cordlallr Invited to
attend. Iter. J. W. Cair. pastor.
First Presbvterlan Church, ltev. .1. W.
Nell, D. U., pastor, corner of West Hous
ton nnd North Flores street: The pew.i
fortbeyenr 18!0 will be rented nt the
church next Monday night. January I,
nt 7:30 o'clock. All who desire pews or
seats will be present In person or by
roxy. I he congregation are requested
d meet Sunday tnornlni? Immedi
ately after public worship to consider
the best plan of collecting pew rent.
neiuer quarterly in auvance or week-
glnln Itossy, who fittingly representeil
"uenuiuui snow '- 1 nree negro leinaie
costumes, the Misses l,.and I.lllle Wlttu
and Mnttle Dyer, were especially good.
Miss Alice Morilz represented a beauti
ful little gypsy; Miss Ueorgle Filbert a
pretty little flower girl; Miss Lena
Flamm a chnrmlng waitress; Miss Slellu
I-li lit 111 11 piquant peasant; Miss Alice
Filbert a peniant, and innny other beau
tiful nnd comical costumes were seen.
The hill was well tilled with spectatori,
nnd nil t'anced after the removal of
The hop irlven at Major Tee I 'a resi
dence, 011 South Laredo street, was well
attended by a Jolly party of friends and
sociability ami mirth wns the ruling
feeling. Dancing was begun early and
kept up late. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Halton, Mrs,
Teel, Miss Julia Tcel, the Misses Martha,
Mollie and ltebble Cook. Nellie Kryant,
Klin nnd Onle Foster, Julia Clark, the
Misses X.achnrlas nnd Messrs. Tec!,
Owen nnd Joe Truax, Hrynnt, Hicks,
F.lllott. Caldwell, Cook, Clark mid oth
ers. A surprise party took place at the
residence of Mr. Antonio Hrunl, 011
S0111I1 Laredo street, at which about .10
couples were present. Among the
charming ladles present were the Missss
ijiiintana, italic Anuerson, .iiuees
Hrunl. Misses uarcia, aliases viiianueva,
Miss Ollvarrl. Onle router, besides oth
ers too numerous to mention. Dnnclnu
wns kept up until 1 no early hours or
morning, nun wns voteu one 01 ine molt
pleasant affairs by the social club
under whose nusplccs It wag given.
The First Presbvterinn Church con
gregntlon held a prayer meeting nt the
church on New YenrV eve, but did not
continue 11 10 iz o ciock
The l'alhe M. K. Church conzreuatlon
held a devotional wnlch meeting New
rar eve, beginning nt II o'clock, nnd
which lasted until 12:03 n, in., yesterdnr
morning, ine services were well al
old-faihloned Mlduleht Wnlch
Party was held at the Trinity M. E.
Church on Avenue C. Thu old year wa
bidden good-bye amid prayer and song,
and the newjone ushered In, In the same
A progressive euchre party was belt
at Postmaster Howard's residence 01
San Pedro Avenue, where a pleasant
game of progressive enchre was enjoyed,
after which supper was partnken of.
Among ine lauies present were ai rs. ami
Miss l.abalt. Uly nnd Annie Howard,
itessie ami .aanie tteir, juiss aiacon.
Ml. s Terry, Miss Homier. Miss Mitch
ell, Mrs. Weir, Mrs, Howard, and Mils
A grand ball was given at the Fashion
Theatre, nt which ngrent number of the
citizens were present lo "trip the light
fnntasiio Die giddy mazes," with the
YtWIKWUY IN TUB CITY.
The old custom of new year calling
was more generally observed yelterday
man tor many years pan 111 sail iinio
11 In, and this, no doubt, wns, In n great
degree, on account of the favorable.
balmy weather. Several attempts at
rain were made In the morning, but the
afternoon and evening were all that
could be desired, and the liverv teams
and hacks were kept busy wlih their
load of gentlemen callers until quite
late In the evening, while many gentle
men, witii lew cans to make, prererred
nedestrlanlsm to the carriage and made
their calls afoot. In all tba residences
where "open bouse" was kept, u
scenes were constantly transpiring.
Tables loaded with dainties for lunch.
tine wines nnd good coll'eo were offered
and to the credit of our young men It
mnsi oe saiu iney partooa 01 ail stimU'
worse for It this morning.
The few pleasure resorts which San
Antonio can boast of were well at
tended, particularly Scholz's beautiful
floral pavilion In the evening, where
seals were al a premium.
Helng the anniversary of the Cathollo
feast of "The Circumcision," services
were held In the Catholln churches In
the morning nnd were well attended.
Few arrests were made by the city
patrol for violations of the laws, and the
city at night presented 11 quite peaceful
appearance, only broken, ever and anon.
by the popping of a few lire-crackers or
the shooting or rockets.
Mrs. S, F. Oslroni having donated 10
lota to the Women's Home, Just beyond
the sun fedro Springs, Is zealously en
gaged In building the cozy dwelling,
which -.Till, In due time, be finished.
The only diuretics which do not
stick to the Hps ate Opera PuO'r,
10 0 1 1-1!
0 10 0 11-11
10 11 0-7
0 0 0 1 1-4
1 1 0 0 0-11
10 10 1 Ii
0 0 111-8
0 10 0 11!
0 0 0 0 0-2
0 110 l-A
1 1 0 1 1-S
0 10 0 II 2
10 10 u II
1100 0 ;i
0000 0 :i
0010 0 s
10 0 11-1
0 0 II 0 00
Hoard of Deacons.
Alamo Gun Club,
Yelterday afternoon the Alamo 0 11 11
Club held amatch shoot at their grounds.
I he scores made were as follows:
First shoot nt five birds and II re clay
Sobryver.,..0 1 0 1 l-ll
siicaieioun.,1 1 u 1 u j
K.SIeves.Jr.l 0 1 0 0-'2
(Jus Crllzer.l 0 1 1 1-4
O.Am!reae..O 0 10 1-2
Atlg.Thlele.l 10 11-4
F. 01smlth..l 0 0 1 0-
U.Kbodlus..! 0 1 1 0-3
.C. Stalls .1 1111-5
A.Prescott.,1 0 1 1 14
Mullnly.,1 0 1 0 02
W.Prescott.O 0 0 1 1-2
Sullivan.'....! 0 1 1 1-4
K. C. Nlgbt.O 0 0 0 11
A.W.Olllord.l 10 114
J, P. Warrenl 0 0 0 ll-l
Jordan 1 0 0 1 1 3
W. Pancoast 110 1 11
Pvron.l 0 1 1 14
Weeks 1 0 0 0 0-1
Woods 0 0 0 0 0-0
Stalleland Sullivan divided the first
prize, a $ 100 shot-gun, Mlcklejohn and
Crltzer divided the second prize n f 50
shot-gun. A. Prescott won the third
prize, a Winchester rllle, In a shoot-oll.
The fourth prize, a keg of powder, was
awarded to W ill Pancoast, nnd Woods
got the consolation prize, a whiskey
Second shoot, nt tlve clny pigeons:
(Ins Crlter 1 1 0 1 0-3
Thlele 1 0 1
A. Prescott 1 (I 0
A.C. Schry.er 1 1 0 1 0-3
Pyron 0 0 1 1 0-2
Sulllvnti 1 1 II 1 1-4
Warren 0 0 1 0 01
Jones II 0 0 ll 0-0
llendendorf 0.0 0 1 0-1
Zluimeruiam o'u 0 0 0-0
M ckle obn 1 10 10
Frnnzls 0 0 0 1 0
Kiddle 0 0 0 0 1
Kd Steves. Jr 0 0 0 1 1-2
Oliuilth 1 0 1 II 1-3
Paschal I 0 1 1 ()-
Kd Polk 1 0 0 1 1-3
Kllblnger 0 1 0 1 0--J
Andreae 1 0 0 0 12
First money divided between Thlele
and Sullivan, second money to Mlckle
john, and third to Kllblnger.
i niru snoot, at turee live uirus
Thlele 1 1
Mlcklejohn 1 0
KdSteves.Jr 1 1
Sullivan 1 1
Kiddle , 0 1
Kllblnger .0 1
Mullaly 1 1
Oliuiltti 1 0
Schryver 0 1 1-2
Polk 0 1 1-2
Crltzer 0 1 1-2
Francis 0 1 01
Zimmerman 1 0 12
HeuhoOer 1 0 01
Paschal 1 1 12
Warren 0 1 1-2
Prescott 1 0 12
Glflbrd 0 1 0 I
Thlele won first money, Folk aecoud,
Knights of Pythias Election.
At the regular meeting of Elk Lodge
No, 35, Knights of Pythias, held Thurs
day, December 31, the following olllcers
Chancellor Commander John P. W.
Vice Chancellor Geo. D. Koemer.
Prelate II. S. Groesbeeck.
Master or Exchequer T. II. Johnson.
Master or Finance Chas. L. Saner.
Keeper or Kecords and Seals George
Master-at-Arms Nathan Hart,
Grand Kepresentatlve W. U, Smith;
alternate, J. S, Kamiay.
Trustee, long term U, S. Koblnson.
The Grand Chancellor or the State or
Texas, Alex Abey, or Longvlew, Texas,
being present, alter- the election, ad
dressed the members and gave Instruc
tions In the unwritten work.
SIMMS & SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS V
llt'SlKKSn M4f AUKH
. II. HIMMH
I. KM IIAKIill
WTHE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY.
A HappyNew Year to All
TlDrsflay, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 31, January U & 3.
IV Kit 1 11 UK
Tim I'-i roniiamii will commence, tilth Idrry Hooter's act, entitled
MAH, LOOK AT HIM!
Houley, linker, Barony and Miss 11u.m1I.
flrcatguccceanrtho " -
ADA. QU1NNETT CHILDREN.
Ill llielr itcii.iitf kkctcli. Ilitnatuchur ftmiirft. Dances, Wlttr Htirlnini s
Tho Potlto, - Miss MINN'i
nut People's Filturllu Comedian,
In lil Great KssMKimr Old Vlrglnle. .
Evor Ploaslnu, - - - Miss CAD BLOSSOM
entli W-kor Mr.
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Tho Bowltching Vocalist ! Mlas Susio Stokes
TlioOnty Mvlnn Ijuly
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MISS LOTTIE BURTON,
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PRIMA DONNA FOR A NIGHT!
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IIIIhiiis ....U-w linker . Miss tiiullli Minnie llassau
ovKitruitt: " .. T T TTfltcitiarniA
Popular Songs... . . . . .... ..Miss EMMA QU I N N EJT
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MK. AND (VI K a. JUMIN tJUHlUIN,
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In Iho ni'iM Ihirln
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In Ploaslnpr Songs.. ..pMIss Jgad Blossom
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LOVE AND POI.ITICS
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MONIIAV, JAN.4-TWII MOItl! NKW 8TAIIS - Klrtt
lien nf MIS.4 IlI'.I.l.A WAI.t.
list. In her litlest Ihilruncliix Hoiurx. II". K.Hclal alletillon la
hlnilie.l Klrxt apiH-uruneo nr Amerleas lln-utest Houi uud
. Ikn't fall tu siu 1,1 in. '
Wolf & Marx
-IF YOU WANT-
TO BU Y IIIIQMTI1S.
We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of-Style
Goods, but New and Desirable
Articles in Plenty.
Special Importations m
Fine Dress Goods,
Silb, Satins and Velvets,
(Ms and Wraps of all kinds.
Jerseys for Ladies, Misses, Children.
Silt, Lisle Threat! & Cottoii Hosiery.
Kid Gloves, HandiercMfifs, Fans.
500 Boys' Suits. Short Pants.
500 Boys' Suits, Long Pants.
Overcoats, Etc., Etc.
"WOLF &c MARX
Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts.
The Southern Texas Live Stock Alio
elation will have Its annual meeting anil
election of officers on Wednesday, Janu
ary a, at lis rooms, on Main plaza. Mat
ers of considerable Importance will come
up, and a large meeting la expected.
The State Stockmen's Convention meets
at Austin on the 11th, and a lively time
It anticipated. The miarantlne Is ret
an Interesting subject for discussion.
aiuoiiK ine lexaa stocamen. ana will
probably get a free airing In Austin.
"What ire rou eolnir to do abaut lit" Is
the pertinent question that stares them
In the lace now. as It did a vear aoro.
and Is at far rrom a satisfactory solution,
The most popular clitarettn ara the
Opera 1'uirs at popular price. 4-7-ly
A PIRST-CUASEIESORTIKOR FAMILIES.
HEATED Do STEAM 'THROUGHOUT.
Evory Wodnosrjay and Saturday Evonlniis, and n Bpoclal Froo "t
Concert Evory Sunday, from 4 to 1 I p. ni. , '?
First-Class Bar-Room, KtstmraQt and Billiardi-Rooi AitacJi
rnOMlT AND roLlTK .VrfKHTION OUAItANTEKI).
San Antonio, JexjM.