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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 5, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             RED CROSS WHISKEY, RED CROSS WHISKEY. RED CROSS WHISKEY. HARRY BAUM CO. San Antonio Daily ..si.. Buy Your Win got r. "ciiancv fortboao Mosi tot Oil Mitte HARRY BAUM CO. Volume 3 1 2. SAN TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1886. Only a Year. 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 gr.eat reductions in all our departments, and are offering Bargains to all those in need of any- thing in MUNICIPAL MATTERS, Our City Fathers in Regular Ses- sion Yesterday. The Elaborate Hepoit of the City Attor- ney on tho Water-works Brought Keports of Committees Ad- journed Until To-day. A regular mecllng of the Cily I'l.....cil was held yesterday afternnun, u full board of Aldermen bring present. The of ihe last meeting were rend Dry Goods, Shoes, -Hats, Etc. ec and be convinced thai we mean what we JOSKE BROTHERS. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. Mary Horton's Room Entered Clothes Destroyed and Stolen. One of tho most ilnstnrdly mill tlcnd- l6ti outrages Imaginable was comtnlttoil on Sunilny night nt tho house of Mrs. William Vance, on Houston s'reet. Mary Xorten IB u colored woman who U cooking for Airs. Vaiu'e. Homo time ngo pbo hnd her husband put uniU-r itinco ttond, and not being abto logivo MONTE OBISTO. Jamos O'Neill In His Wonderful Creation To-Night. pea. lion id he wont 10 Jnll. They had not and approved. The following petiiinn! i bevn living together for some time, In 1 r i. .t...- nriil liniFnl 111 ll 1 H Ceo H Kalteyer, President OUo'Koehler, Sec. and Manager. Brewin SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. _ K. SIM A. HAMI'BI. Oysters, Fisli and Game, Cafe Restaurants ............Anil At............ Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets-. .i ami Meals at nil hours. r nlite waiters In attendance. Everything served in firet-Dlnrs Ktyle 7-28-Um for the This Establishment is now Replete with All tlic Noveltie: Fall and Winter Senson. Fall and Winter Silks and Satins POIIR Velvets and Velveteens in all colors, plain and hrnnndrd. Silk I'onceeE, Dresa i'lr.ids iji single and donhlo widths, und SSfTriinmings to Sllic r.ll Dress Goods.-igia Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. lie is now showing tho largest stoek of Kid Gloves, Mils, for Ladles and Children ever brought lo our city. In Silk Uoaiory he haa an endless variety and cannot be undersold. Fall and Winter Millinery there This department is under Hrst-nhira artistes, whf wllj plenso the tastes of all. Flannels, blankets, -Linens, Cotton Goods, Domeatio L'rinta, Glnshapis, Alpacas, Comrortnrs. Cnnloii nela and Hoaicry. Among the other things which were very ox cnfively purchased liy his ngents was tho most magnificent stock of DrfSb Onods of ail kinds ever Bce'n in any dry goods house In lexna. attention was given to purchasing and inter bilks, mid can .lie also give .Ihe greatest bargains in Clothing, Boots -Shoes and Hats quick of Full ami Vt'lnter-Ulotlitnij Is the largest over in-nuglit and cjin- ImiSca In tfio liti'Sl patterns. Trinco Allicrt. (lutawiiy. Frock ami Sack Sulla. v 1-1 py cuiiiplilc str.uk otUidiea', Misses'. Men's [mil UOJ-H- Jhfts FURNITURE AND CARPETS line is-.tU (Jmjils. aivl he n'ill suit ovorylmiij AmniiStl" B i.fcli ifo Un.l Plusli P.lrlor giilu, Mnlnllf Purlor Wnlrnit nml IIM W, mimboi Uliiii-i. "g llniMcIs and I Uiiriitla. H'lltJ, t'linOVinilo" SlwilM. KH.-. Country 1 -rj lllle.1 proinpllv and sMlarnctlon puaninu-e.1. l roraainplOP. L. Main Acequia Street _ PHAETON AKD 1IARKESS. Clxxl miulltliin, also, a puir nf gentle cnrrlnjri; No. Lfi Alamo Monday'and Tuesday, Janu ary 4th and 5th, H ivk THE I'dl'L'I.AH SHI. i. nb! JAMES Ktt-liU'r'p Aihiitlrttion OIIKATKST WOltIC, MONTH CRISTO As prOilucccl nt Fifth Avcnne T.icati'e. York,   hur nn Unval atn t-'. Iteferreti lo CuniiullH-c on Unlinniivrs and City Atlunicy. Citizens, for wilier mains, (.ins anil W'uler Uuiniiiillce. Cltlzfiia, for a iioUmtmnn at tin? inu-r- seolioli ol Hist Commerce Bliert nml tin.1 Hunecl ItailroaO. I'ol'cc CitweiiB, for an ullvy on Cherry suvi'l to lie grnlibHil. Uisuliu, for n ntlreriiiiiiit; boartl on Mnln Ituferretl to tlm Coinmitlei: on L'utllions Unllnuuccs. .Mrs. Mary H'eliefer. for rnnlieion i-l taxes. Connnlllee. Cltiv.cna on Hrtiila Onra dllcct for water nialim. Grunted. Tho opinion ol ihe. Cily Altorncy ,jn Hie i nlidity ol tliy wiittr-wuvks waa Biihmllttd. Aclion ilrluirvil until tho next ineeliiif; (vlilc Ui -untlit-r Tbo Mayor aniiounei-tl tin; nvxt tiling n order whs lliu elee-tion of i Chief of ho Fire Department. Ci. A. Dllerler.on lit- recommendation of tht Fire Coin- janles, %vns elenlcfl hv iicoluinalUtn. Mayor inrormud the Ciuinull he hnd inslrn'clell Mr. Marslnil to Imild n rnnil from Hie San I'edro crcrk, in nect will: tlie old niiiunduin mail nl Kef IS store. The ComiuH suetnined ihe Hcllon of the Mayor. 'I'liu' monthly reports of ihe City At- torney. Jailc-r, .Marslinl, Ptmiul-MiiEtvr. Ditch CoinniUaloncrs, 1'ark-ketiR-r anil Kngintur fubiiiUled anil rvfcrreil to connnitlees. Tue Stretf Commissioner ree.om- inciuleil Hint SM) uc paid lo .Inke Jlur- 6lmU for a gravel screen. Adopted. The Efigineer siibmllled a mail nhow- ing on (jullad slrpet. uml recnmniendeil Hint il Blrnli-liiriiBtl lo a line hefore the conteiniilaleil Improve- are commenced, llefvrred to Al- dermen of the I''ourlli Wnnl. The Kinanca Con'initlee reported thai Hie contingent- fund )md ueen overdrawn to the. iinlolinl o< SI III S7, ami renominended Ihut appropriations uiilil February be rritriulcd lo Ihe ing needs of the cily. A'dopled. TheCoroinlllee on I etlliona and Or- dinances reported on im unicnded ordi- nance relating lo loose stoek. The rules were suspended and tlieorilinance placed on Us Eeeoiid 'k'he ordinance was ordered printed. The Committee on Streets and recommended tlie opening of a nev.- street to connect Ganlen and Tresi streets, on the old -Jose road, one mile and H linlf long, suiting lliat most of the property could be. si'iiiiml by dona- tion, and for fencing, bridges, etc. Adopted. From the same comiriittee, j recommended that'lite Houston street Iron bridge be slrengthentil ao :i8 to per- mit ot the passage of the new steam roller, at a cost of that thocim- trautor notify the Street Commiiaioiiiir irlien he.needi the roller, and Hint tin: roller be moved alonic Iho streets only from 12 midnight to7 n. m., nccuinpunied by a police ofllccr. An appropriation of was made, and the other portion of the report sva5 referred to tlie Mayor. Twenty-five dollars were appropria- ted for K bridge over Ilie Mndru ditcb. J. M. Emerson and A. Heuainijer were granted building permits. Tho Ditch Commissioners reported budgets, aB follows: West side, expended in ISS5, needed for 16SO, East side, expended in 1S.3.1, needed for 18SG, Adopted. M. Struve'a petition for reduction asseeament was notEranled. The Gas and Water Committee re- ported the gaa bill for November, at waa ordered paid. Six new lire liydr.inta were accented, rent to commence, from December 1. Mnckay's resolution, directing the Water-works Company to show the streets on which water-pipes are Inirt, designating tlie size of the pipe and lo- cation of each hydrant, was reported on adversely by the r.nd Water Committee. After discussion, Ihe original resolu tion waa recommitted to Ihe same com- mittee. The Parka and Me.rket Committee rec- ommended Hint C. Spieeer and other butchers be allowed to continue 01 Alamo Plaza, and Wlllium Horlliug 01 Avenue C. Adopted. The of wore appropriated to enclose Otockct Square. from the Special Commit- tee to widen Flares street, recommended Ititt thnt thoroughfare widened on the west side, beginning at Houston street. Afler some disciiKSion, in whiuli It was asserted Hint sunn n plan would be too expensive, Hie report was re- ceived and Illfd. The Courrcil then adjourned until this afternoon. being very abusive and brutal In lilR trenlmenl of her. Un Sunday a friend of bis, Kobert Apllng, culled on Mary In n drunken condition, and abused her for having Men, lit-r in jail, and In liHVlng ninilc the Ihrcal Hint he- would get even with her. After sup- per, .Mary being afraid Apllng would return, went lo spend tlm night with lior mother. About Vanun heiird steps in the kitchen and In the cook's room. She called, not Knowing that Mary liud left the houee. No nn- awer ivini made, ai.d [hUiklug Hint I probably Ihe cook hnd visitor, Bho did I not worVy.mm'h, nltliongh hint a fueling uiieJisim-s6. Oh Monday morning tha cook cniue. in and got breakfnsl, and it nol until nbont 10 o'clock that she bud occasion to enter her room, when a sight met her eyes Ihal look her h. The room svus In the moat utter con- fusion, not nn cnllro garment to bo found. It looked as if a cyclone hnd struck it. Kverv trunk and drawer had been opened anil tlm contents had been either strlen or cut lulu shreds, (unhid- ing Ihe feather lied, nlioeB anil IIMB. !t is t-stiniMted that, noinn worth ot clothes hnd been carried Ihn entire IOFB nggregnlinK over nil the woman had In the world. Discourtesy or Official Favoritism, It Is Hie universal rule.hotli of courteny and polity, Hint nil olliclul meisngea mid documents that are hiti-ndr-d 10 be dc- llveied to n deliberative body shall not Hppearin u public, journal prior to suiih and Hie breaking of thin rule on the purl of the newspapers Is consid- ered the cuUilimlion of discourtesy to- wards Hie oillclal delivering such nies- sago or document, and on the part of sucli olliolnl giving such message or document to n newspaper to he pub- lished in advance of its contemporaries nil art of groti and flagrant favoritism. A ease in point occurred yestt nlay in regard lo thnoplnloli oftlie City Attor- ney on Iho Water works question. The dnciitnent wns Intended to he delivered from ilie donk of Ibn Cily Executive In oprn eouncll, Mid oamr. under the uni- verijiilh rulu nbovo iiuoled, nolwlihamndliiK which It appeared prinled In the columns of tho Tlmca somu lime before, III delivery. Wan It a discourtesy on the ptirl of Hint journal towards the executive otllucr of the oily or was ll a case of olticlnl favoritism on tlie part ot laltl ulllclal? Aa the. docu- ment was printed In pamphlet form nt Ihe Times ollico, Ihe question arises by what aulhorliy was It so published, in view of the fact that tho I.totir Is the oillclal newspaper of the city of San Au- tonlo, and all oftlc.inl printing to he paid for by tin: city must bu done in this pa- per. Ttiu question now arises: wua said opinion an oillclal document to lie paid tor by the city, and if RO, why wns it not given to Ihe legally olty pa- nnr to print? If not n legal document of n city olliolai, vvhal is il, and who pays for priming ll? Joint Hospital. Messrs. Niggll tlie con- tractors for the .loint Hospital, g surprisingly rapid progress with Iheir -mason work. The cellar walls for ot.e half the building are now Above ground, excavations will commence for the remainder of tne foundations this week. A force of 50 men are now employed, and with four large derricks, nre working rapidly. I'hs contractors expect lo push tlie work BO us to complete the Blrncture well within Hie prescribed contract time next September. Tlie wort is of r. very solid, substantial churacter. Installation. San Antonio Commandery No. Koigllls Terupltr, installed the following otllceralaat night: Thomas Tl. C. Join T. K. McC. Edward John B. Hamilton-Recorder. (je.orge Vmi Wnrden. Ueni. Wartltn. J. ,1. Hearer. K. if. Xorlon L. Dumas' novel of "ilonleCristo" Is one of tho most and wonderful romances ever written. From tin- coin- nioncemcnt to Iho cud "Miuiln u collection orhlguly draiiiMtlo in.-idi nit. To use the romance for alngc represen- tation many of lliu startling episodes of ncjj'taaUy bn eliminated and oth- ers -conuTen'seS. When "Monte Crlstn" was llrst dramallocd and proiluced at lln; "Amblgu C'oinlinie" in Cftrla yvnrs ago; lliu rcpreRcntnlIon was sn long Unit il occupied Uvo lor Iho drama to be enaotcii, nml II is iieedlefs to say ll WUK ali tlie In that guy capital, Is su arranged ns to occupy about thrco liours and n half in performance, andll embodleaall the best perilous of the novel. Thin version was produced lust night nt Turner Opera House loan Immense audience, who ball assembled not altogether from tho mere fact that they knew Iho adaptation to bit a good one, but also to see Mr. O'Xclll'a rcallv great creation of Kil- millid Danles und the Count of Monle Critto. This gentleman him tnndc a reputation as an aclor of great power, which Is nol n meretricious one, anil everyone after seeing him In the dlili- oult'cliaraoters ot Hie Abbi- Kaconl, and Monte Criato, cnn ile- n v the RSiertlon. His support, loo. Is exceptionally good. Among those deserving especial notice Ihn nainuB of Miss liohins as Slrrcedes. nml Miss Annlo lioiidimil ns Corcoutc, must bo mentioned. Jllns Fannie Henry looked charming aa Sillii. Mr. J. W. Slmnnmi, who look the part of Nolrtlcr, IB a (Inlshrd actor, and tho Cnderouss ot Mr. W. 11. Wnllis, was also good. .Messrs. Kent, (Albert liradlcy, lile- Oould, and the re- mainder of the ciialo all udennately sna- uin tbolr parts. The scenic arrangc- uienlB were unnsuallv fine, and despite tho small si age, some grand nlVecin were secured. Tho ensenibln in fnct, was as uenr perleotlon as possible, and Iho popularity of the piny by no means underfierved. The Inrcwell ptr- formauco will be given to-night. FASHION SiMMS SAMUELS. PROPRIETORS II. SIMMS........................ I.KW IIAKKIt........................ TlltiO. HANI) CM AS. fiUHKIlT. s AIIUBExeKT Dl HECTOR LEADKIl OK OUCIIE3TJ1A l.fr'.'np.n ny UIMSS Kir THE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE'CITY. PROSPERITY and GOOD LUCK 1 hinv have wliy? IUmu i' liin llii- very bull nillfls In Anu-ik'n. mil you urn fiiioyllivei.' limns sollj l wi- vniillnuo lo Rlvo coo.1 Bliows nnit OR- Wu but ci-uts mU fir ENTIRE NEW BILL- Tuesday aitl Wednesday, January 4, 5 aid 6.1886. with iJirn- Dinik-y's laiurludilo ncl, entlllol THE COOPERS, n mi'l Hosvanl. Serio-Comic Gems7..''...'..'. Susie Stokes Tin- I ITS- HARRY MACARTHY, II written uml cmnpnscit by my Arlnr. Mull Unit IJliarilclui- SOMK-'-M'.V 1'iiMly n.llci'ii." wrillen uii.I cmiiiwk-.! by Hurry .Menu-, sh'.-l'lit-ni. T.iu blurii iif (Jlongarry. Groat Success, of Miss LOTTIE BURTON, In her Banjo Solos. GILBERT SARONY, in-, Soim.i. <-iilllU-'l. "I'm n Kalry timl they Lock mo HI THE RESULT. Soven Successful Applicants who Passed a Rigid Examination. 1'rofctsor J. R. Smith, Superlnlfiiilnil of the City Sjhools, niinonnuca Iho of Iho recent (.-xaminatlon of applicants tor positions In tho new public schools, as Wllllnui K. Iliitclilsoii, nv- orige 01J; Warren nverujjc, Kutc folding, uverngo 00j Mary R. Wnleon, nveriiito SS; Jl. lliiritliu K2J; G..I. Mrs. M. A. Hurd, average 60. In Popular Songs Miss CAD BLOSSOM <3 IjulnllHl.lu.K'l.l-lllllll-ll, TOO MANY TENANTS. llaln-v. IWi-y, family, Jlunirlhy imiUtoinpiiiry.__ UUCUB.STLIA n Motto Songs The Evor Popular "ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! i COLORED GIRL. nUiul K ar In years otil. can find il KOod plueo to ilu lllflit Imusu Ihisnllicc. 13-13-tf if yon linvea nobilitfttcrl wife, not pcoltl or liccnino 'linl, lovliiK M-onls IC and our Kor by I-1. nncry ivith her. Give her with MOIILKVS T-X-S TOX tho Grt-irt S ll ri stem ITcnnviiti.r, Syst whl soon blr-ss yon. SfJ'i. _____ __ ___ OHE THUUSABD DOLIARS n'Ortll of BCCoral- Imrnl furniture wiinlptl al _ BERNDT, inrtker of kinds of 8RU- Vl Vienna, elc. Orders proinjjtlynllcd. xn Centre St. _ r 1CHT ANNUAL. Turtles desiring a few Ij copied of tho IjiiniT AN.S'UAI. for Ittwl, should nt once, fnr tho edition is BOlllnff fiul, anil will soon cxlinustcil. Excitement la Texas. flrent excitement has cansctt In tho vi- cinity of Paris. Ti-xas. liy tho rcinartaliks re- covery of Mr. J. K. Cnrles-. wlio f a he plws hocoiiM not tnrn la hcil. or ralso his lieail; hocoi no nrn a i. ii os-eryLwily snM he was ilyliiK of Consumption A Irful Ixittlo of Dr. New Discover wn3 sont litin. KinilinK reiinr, li Inrgclxillloandalioxof nr.KlnK' IMllH1 hy llio tlmo lio ha-l tftkon l 1'iilH inul two lxltlk-3 cif (hi! As a prevention and cure for Hojr aa.l ChleVen hinkjra. KAY'S KENTUCKY KON- DITION POWDERS stand without a rival. A few spoonfuls mixed with men! nml fort to I'oullry occasionally will cure tliem of anil tbolei-n ami inako them Ilirlve. horsnle u- F. Knltoi-er It Son. in i< in llefili :H1 ixiniHla. '1'rinl Holllr-soflhtiOreiU nl-cnvcry for CnitKinuii- int !i o- llnnlrccnt A. TEXAS SOUTHWESTEnN DEPARTMENT IIP T1IR Mutual Roserve Fund Life Associ- ation, of Now York. Active, cachetic ami thorough bnslnes. met] wanted as for tills, tlio lai'KCS ami must rolluhLo Insurance) AflcfX-lnlion In Iho worlil. Aildrc-s. HNO. K. (lea Agent, K. Hmixton htrrcr, Sun Anlo nlo, Cremation Election. The following of Trustees elected by the Sun Antouio Cremation Aisooiatlon last night. G. Sohmellzer, Adolpli Wagner, E. CAlliBn, D. M. 1'oor, J.U. llillcr, Albert Beokmunn, Otto Solnn, F. Groos, H. Lindner, C. O. IV. Albert Maverick and Oscar Bergslrom. Trustees then held a elected the following officers by ucola ujation: Oscar Bergstrom, Vreiidtnt: Albert BooVmann. Vice-I'rerdenl-, J.U. Treasurer; Adolph Wagner, Secretary. Two hundred and seventy-Jlx shares now benn told. When Ihe number reaehes BOOO the neceiury hiiildiugs will be erected. Recorder's Court. During the yesr just 'passed Ihe cash finei collected In tlie KtinrdeVs Court amounted to the following sutns: January, Kebrunry, 60; Hi; April, SC01 BO; May, J60T; June, S1011 July. SO; S01S; October, tOW 60; November. J.3IO; IJtocuiber, J6BB M, K. P. Section 632, Election of .Officers. At tue annunl meeting of tho Endow- ment Seotlon 132, Knights of Tythlss, hel  Deputy Constable Kroinptnu, imnieii ately went to the spot Indicated and dis covered a man lying (hero, to all nppea ancea dead. On Investigation the inn found to be etlll alive, although nortec ly unconscious and all his limbs b numbed by the cold, he having ovlile ty Inid there all night. On his right ji a suiuUcilt could hu seen from which I bled profusely. The man was carrk to Ihe Santa Itosa Hospital, where med. cal asBistance waa immediately summoned, and after a Bhorl time In- man regained his ecnsea, althoiiKh he wss too exhausted to state how he cnmu to bo lying in the bruah. lie was iden- tilled aa Rohert Kretchmer, who lives on Knst Commerce street. Kretchmer s wife BOine lime ago ran away wilh n young man from this city, and since lu-r departure he has acted slrnngely and ihjpnt to attacks of melancholia. Meeting of Stockmen. The annual meeting and election or olllcera of Ihe Southern Texas Live Slock Association to-morrow, nt their rooms, on Main should well attended There are many important questions in- teresting particularly to UIB slOL-kmin ofthis section, which require united action on their nun, and cnn wily thus be accomplished. A plan of action In the Klato Convention at Austin on Monday ehonld ho here formulated in order to properly meet the stocUmen of the Panhandle and Northwest. MISS SUSIE STOKES wrc (u ivrlnkU-, lorht-rola 1lm Johnny and Lottie. laclnii SkLOrt Ailli-M. In Hii-lr nrlirlnul I'luulnlhia SkelL-li. i-nlllleil, "I.I'.r 'M V. IIB." i InWlili't "f .S'.Kic, Idlinns liy Mis In f n'.n put i nn-' lluii Mirh 19 nnl UK- ii NfKru Uirl..ll l.nltlu lliirl Slid U p I" Ivcnuu Blossom Aiid f irsl n t in America of tho Groat JAPANESE JUGGLER, Tho of tho I 9th ConUiry, Proctuclnpr moro Oi Iglnal and Diffl- ull Tricks tlmn any other Artist In Ills lino. Don't to scojiim. i. "Ml cmifln.lo with llu- v.jiuiily. nilltlL-il. SCENES IN A SCHOOL. n-rt tiarony y Macnnliy T Wolf Marx -II' YOU WANT We are Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIAL IMPORTATIONS -l'-Oli Till'.- Jsisfifs [or Ladies, Misses, CliMren. Good Luck. A telephone dlepatoli list evening the Steves' Anna Cora- I from Mr. Jnlm ilnrlln, of thla olty now at Pleapenton.- itnllng they I tut retnrneil frf-ni R hunt 18 miles louth of 1'leasanlon and liurt killed live and ono dealersolls Oper Avoid Injurious Inv Weok of Prayer. The tiist of Ihe series of the meetings during the "Week of took placo last evening at the I'aine Mellio- riiat Kpiacopal Church. After aong and rnyer Kev. Dr. So.uld.or, of the Madi- ion Square I'resbytt-rinn Cnuron, dcliv- rcil a short address, and Ihe services nded as begun. To-night the services will be held at he First Baptist Church, ltd by V. H. Preston, of the Cumberland Church. Engineers and Surveyors. The Board of Directors of the Engi- neers nml Surveyors Society, met yestcr- dav evening and added several clauses o'lhe constitution and by-laws. They also examined several statements of pro- fessional experience ofBevernl Intending members. Tlie regular meeting of the association lakes place this afternoon at 5 o'clocU. ____ Mayes_May Go. United States Commissioner J. Stevenson this morning discharged from oustody the young negro porter, Nathan Mnyes, charged with embezzling a money order package. The only proo against Hayes was that lio left tho place of his employment In ID'Hanla on Bttmo day Iho order pncknge was itikcted and was seen with In money on the train going lo Houston. only clgHrottes which do no IttolctO the lips are Opera I'uOV. Mne Brens Goois Silks, Satins Cloaks aiifl Wraps of all Mi. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. BOO Boys' Suits, Long Pants. Overcoats, Etc.. Etc. Corner Coinmerce and Alamo Sts. A FIHST-CLASS RESORT FOR FAMILIES. HEATED BVoSTEAM.THROUGHOUT. FREE CONCERTS Every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, and a Special Free Concert Every Sunday, from 4- Lo I 1 p. in. FiTst-CUss.Bar-Room, Mauraul and Billiard-Room Attached, 1'IKrtII'T AND POU'J'i: ATTKXTIOS Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.   

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