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   San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - January 15, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             L.M. dupSNAY.JR. jomtKiis is Cigarc and Tobacco siuti> 4gruiii A. DELPIT Factory, New Orleans. Will fleealvo In a few days A FULL LINE OF GOODS, and INVITE INSPECTION. At Factory Prices... 3 West Comnierce. Volume 32 1 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 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 great reciuctions in all our departments, and are offering Bargains to all those in need of any- thing in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Etc. to and bo convinced that mean what wi: JOSKE BROTHERS. COOK AND GIBSON. They .Take Thoir Triril for tlio Murder of Young Eussoll. Excitement in the District Court One Witness Fined S500 -Description of Accused-Tlnir Aniocodonts. JOHN. SHERMAN, Mo Adilrosjos tlie Members of tlio Ohio LogEtlaluro. THE SILVER QUESTION. Judgo D. C. Robinson's Views ii wcr to the Express. ADS advertise. Ceo H Kalteyer, President Otto Koehlor, Sec. and M SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. TO Ono Cur Upholstered CiiindK, new stylos, vovy line. One cm- (Jlininlioi1 Suits :unl XovrHios from (Srninl Rapids, unique mill elfgiiiit in design and liuish. One I'iiH', ChCiip Furniture, fnini liest milkers. Erastus Reed K. HIMMAMi. Oysters, Fish, and Game, Cafe Restaurants Scholz's Hall, Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets. EvorvttilnK Bur veil in Kirsl-Clivi Style. This Establishment, Is now Replete with All the Novelties for the Fall and Winter Season, Fall and Winter Silks and Satins Can lie seen in Ulnck and Colored, 1'lnin and Cassmieres (blacK and Tricots, Diagonals, Serges, etc. Ciimel Hnlritnil VVoolhnt- eens Velvets and Velveteens in nil colors, plain nnil brocaded, bilk Poncees, Dress i'laids in single and double wicllhs, nnd to suit nil Dress GooUs.-tBJI Gloves, Laces, and Fancy Goods. He ia now showing tlio largest stock of Kid Oloves, Mits, Laces and Fancy.Goude for fjidtes and Children ever brought to our city. In Silk Hosiery he has an cndleea vnriely nnd cannot be undersold. Fall and Winter SVliliinery All tho latest Fall find Winter styles nnd makes of Bonnets and Hala, Ostrich Plumes, Tips, Ribbons and Trimmings will bo found there. This department is under tlrst-clnss artistes, will please the tastes of nil. Flannels, Blankets, Linens, Cotton Goods, Towelings, Domestic Prints, Ginghams, Alpacas, Comforters. Canton Flan- nels and Hosiery. Among Hie olber things which wore very extensively, purchased by his agents llio most magnificent stock of Drees Goods of all kinds ever'seen In any dry goods house in lexns. Especial attention was given to purchasing Kill nnd Silks, and can he also give the greatest bargains in Clothing, Boots Shoes and Mats litaslocXorFallanit Wlnlcr-Clnllilntf ia tlio largest cvor trniiRlit toTcxiw, nnil cin- brncceilntholatest paUrrna, I'rinco Albert. Cutaway. Frock an.l Sack Sails. A Tory largo nn.l cmnjiieto Block nf LmllM1, Misses'. Mon'aan.l Ilnys1 Sheer and [loots. ,1 full line of StoUon Soft nn.l Slltl HUM. Also a full Block of Gentlemen's FurnlfilifiiK Goods. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. About or -tOO people hull ussombleil in Hie District Court Iliin illuming, some of them prospective jurors, olln-rs witnesses, but tlie grml bulk unneiEting of eiiuctntors wlio linil been drawn by tlio inorblil curiosity llmt usually ul- Irnota people to anything outside the Inw of nntnre. smil this is never more obviouB limn when fi man or womuii nppei'.r before u tribunal clilirxeil with Ibe crime of inunler. To-ilny is MitMlny llxeil when Cliil Couk Lily Uibsoil tafcu tliclr (rial lor ul young Kussell at Hie Intter'a bagnio. The fucU of this tragedy stilt fresli In tbe rcculleution of tlio readers of Ibe LKSMT, uml tlie circumstances of the crime, being peculinr, considerable in- terest is excited in the community us to its ultimate result. At 10 o'clock two deputy aherillK lull the two prisoners Into court, mid imme- diately commotion took place ninaiiK Hie crowd; cvon Hie Icgnl fraternity displayed ouriosltjr at the niiniNir- nnce of tlie accneed. Uly (iibson en- tered slowly, iirul ber reMureB, which arc rej-iilnr and prepossessing, were Ibose of a woman wlio was nbout X or 2S years of aye. Her faco was deadly pule, 11ic pallor ol It being heightened bv the black bonnet anil costmiie Blie wore. Clltt Cook, wlio Is alleged to liavo been the urlncipiil In tlie murder, la about 2S or years of Illo fea- tures nre small mid his build ellehl. giving one tbe impression tbiLt he is of dollcntt! eonslilntlon. He wna alrnosl ah )mlc as his companion, liolli of tliem were perfectly composed. Alter a shinl uonver.Hiition with .Mr. W. U. Amlcraoii. who together with his brotbcr. T. II. Anderson, and lion. A. J. Kvans. lire their counsel, I.Uy Gibson expressed i desire for ylnss of water, wliieli brought her, both she and Clill Cook sipping a few drops of It. Another limn of i-xcilement wiia presently hoard, which was caused by tlie iippeiirnnee of Judge Noonan aBcending to IliB jiullcltil bench. Kiitriet Attorney George Prts- clml and Major T. 1'. Tecl, who repre- sent t lie State, at this juncture rose and approached Sheriff Nul Lewis, and snou after the sbcrill began calling In sonor- ous tones the names of the various wil- iiespea for the prosecution and defence. Woine delay occurred, owing the oilier profpculllij! witness not answering to bis name; tills was Mr. .Toiler who was with voung Hnssell on the fulnl night be tiiet his 6ml death. Hoon how- ever, lie made- liis npprurance. and iiiiincdintely be did so, Judge Ntfon- 1111 snmmoned liim before him, and uRcr lU'liveriiiK n severe reprimand, lined (lie tardy WHUFFS 'J'he defendaul's iiounecl informed Ills honor that one of their (dilef witneBBCS, named llrceding, had not been served and not in town, they therefore begged fur a rnn- liuinincc, the Slier IV stated that breeding come into tlie city on a freight train In an hour or to and tho State urging they were ready anil anxious for a trinl to-day, thepi-tilion for cohllmmiiui! was not grunli'il, Ibe .luugo deciding In postpone tbe trial un- til 12 o'clock. The courtroom then wns quickly oleured of its occnpnntH. I'ub- lie opinion appearsto be decidedly inim- icabic lo tbn accused and it tlrm convic- tion (bat CliiT Cook's neck la In jeopardy Is deep-seated in the mind ol 'the com- innnitv. From Sir. C. II. .Jaques, of St. Louis, the following brief particulars of the prisoners' antecedents were, gained. ClilVCook and hie brother. George Cook, lived with their parents in the Twclitl- elglith Ward, of Iho City of Kt. l.onin, their father being in tbe wine business. (Jlilt Cook, as n boy. was remarkable for his intelligence ami exemplary charac- ter, and for Borne yenra attended the Cote-brilliant schoel, of which Mr. .Sum Cupples was Superintendent, and he wasoneofthe moat attentive in the bible clnBB, which Mr. infnrmnnt nspd to hold at that in- stitution. His deviation from tbe. path ol rcctilude was us sud- den as unexpected, lie simply left bis home and went gambling During the early years of bis gambling, he contracted an acquaintani e with Lily Gibson, wlio was then one of the young- est and preltiest inmates of Knte Giu- son's well known bagnio In St. J.onis, Kate Gibson having taken Lily to serve her vile, purposes at the age of Cliff Conk becoming enamored of ttie pretty finally married her. Their married life, however, wns not altogether a hap- py one. and they were divorced. After the Eepaiation J.ily Gibson came to Texas and ultimately settled in San An- tonio and became proprietress of tlie de joie" slm now occupies, dig Cook's fortunes were OR variable us tbe life of a gambler usually is; he not only became poor but his health failed him, and ho had to seek "freah woods and pastures new" to regain it. He came south and reached this city where gambling wns then in its "paimy" days. Once more he met bis divorced wife, and their relations were renewed and a second miirringe took place, after which CliEf Cook pro- ...........Gib- iprcsenmtviMi.wluTc.iiitiie "'Ol'f.v l'colllc' M ldSllcE f numbers of Loth j lo j Coi.oiui-s, Ohio, Jnnniiry Slieriunn nrriveil from vrnRhlnglon over j tlio Hiilllmorc uiidOlilo rooil.st -I o'clock tills nRernoon. niul uict by tlm Islative Committee nnil escorted to tlie I House ofUc liresciicc brnnclica niul a turgu nuillcucc of initr- cstoil siicclntors lie was formally wel- comed, In an mldreea, by Hon. Clcorge Wnehbuni. Jlr.Slir-rninn replied In ijultc a lengthy In wlilcli lio returned for tbe renewed lionur con- Ililenoe of bfiving been ngnln eleoleil lo the olloe of I'nlteil Slulcs Si-nnlor from Ohio, In tlio r.ouree of his rtiimrks, nil- ilressinK lilineclf lo llic Menihcrsof the I.eglglndire .is :i bwlyT he paiil the lime liae arrived when tliorii ought to he entire rcvlalon in tlm election of Ohio. Thu time hue arrived when hotll ijolltlcnl Rlmnld ndllresB Ihuin- aelvos to qtie-tion. Hnd prevent frnuilnlent voting. "For inyeelf. I coulil never seii why, in State BltXIrs. polilicB should be hrongbt Into play. H la dif- ferent with great national questions. In Stntc flfl'iiirs, yon should bo ijalriotic, rcgardleia of political anili.itlonn, and regard tills question from tbe enine (tnndpoint. H ia very nppurcnl that there might bi; a gelierftl reviblon of inir IIIWB. The occur- rences wbicli have Imppened re- cently should convince men of all polit- ical opinions thut a radical chnnire should be made. I n'so feel the Impor- tance of your legislating upon the tem- perance question. 1'licro ii a growing cenlinient In every Ktnle In Ihls Union that eerlnln laws ought lo he pnssed to prevent Urn evils growing out of Iraltlc in intoxicating This question ought not to assume n political charac- ter. The I.legislature nl Ohio should ad- dress itself to tliis question, Mid enact wise laws, going as fur ns id consistent with the rights of citizens. If you will not pnrlv nslde and represent Ihe people, a higher power will bring about this leglslritlon. TTioro is one oilier IMII.n-iNUi AnlimUi IJu-lil The Express nsks, "if silver is the money of the people; why not sli- ver to them instead of silver certili- catesV'1 Does Hit) Government iffiue. FASHION SIMMS SAMUELS, PROPRIETORS w H" .......................UusrsKss MANAOKII .AML'SEUKST DllttCTOH I M L.O. _ ,._ question 1 desire to call to your atten- is. tlio labor. The devlslon of capital and labor is dependent upon the law of supply and demand. Vou ought to legislate so as to secure to the laborer, as far ns law can go.tbe highest wages and tho advantages of social life, f.nhorlng men are the foundation upon which all superstructures are reared. The great body of people are laboring men. Therefore tlio ilrst iluty of legis- lators Is to look after tile advancement of the laboring class of tlio country. Give tllem an opportunity to make their waybill Iho world. Secure lo ihem all the advanlages of education, w'itlimit distinct loj] of race, orerd, color or any- Ibing else. Above ail, secure to them an equal advantage in their contest with capital." A Girl's Revenge. Ash KdlrtxrniBiiltOVimli'otifia. CurtaliM, Send ror tscomplete with IlonseHnlil Oioils. am) ho will anit nvoryljtuiy llii'l I'Jnsli i'urlnr fliiitrt. Mohair PflrJnr Suits, Wiilmit AM! Cnrpeis, t -18, tllJKR. MlUUllff, Country onlerd flUutl imitnptlv uml SiUisfflctlon L WOLFSON, Moin Plnzn or.d A: equia Street ceccled with hfs gambling nnd I My BOH contlnueil the neJitrioua irailie, which has brought them mto their present dilllcuHy, George Cook, the brother or Cllfl' Cook, is the chief clerk ni the Harnnrn Motel, St. Louis, and is now in tlie ally TCA tclilng the trial of liis brother nnd eister-iti-lnw, and to Icnrn Us ultimate iBsne. Lftter: Since writing the almve. the Pourt reconvened at 12 o'clock nnd nf- ter a little vrctimlnnry tho Court wna adjourned till 3 o'clock. WiiTaH Strike. VOILK, Jrtnuivry 14. Trie Applica- tion or the live New branches of the Cigar-mnkerii1 Internal Union of America to the main body for author- ity ro atrike ngalnst tho proposed reduc- tion In prices, was npprovcci by the In- ternational Union yesterday nftcrnoon. As soon as tlie decision was received, a Biib-coinmilteo of thegenernl atrike con> mittoe waited on the firm of liroR. And demanded a return to the old prices. ThU WHB refused, nnil the men of this fnclory will strike to-day. The Cigar- mnkcr's International Unions of the city have called n mnea meeting cf tho trade for Krlday night. Tlipatrikorfl arc conlldenl of victory. There waRnn lilllo cowlilillng ut one of thcliotels nt Palestine tlie other night. A pniiilcr lind Lrcii attention lo a rcspcc.titble young etirvmit girl who refused to marry him. It is Haiti ItiM lie then began circulating false about Iior clinrncter, rtftlin- ing among oilier (hinge Hint lie luul se- duced her. Lust night several genilc- iiicn bonrdlnif nt thu hotel assured tlie young girl Iliiil thuy would stand by her ik-fiired (o redress her wrongs. A heavy cowhide wna prriftiirftd and tin- young ninti invited Into the pftvlor. No sooner hud he entered limn tbe re vengintf rnwhiOc fell inercileesly upon his hack, shoulders and face. Knowing that refiiMance was useless, lie took h1n caatlgAtlon without a word or niove- will probably heullate before lie slanders another agnliu A Thoughts Poetic. U one of those delightful Septem- ber mornings ttiat strayed over into No- vember. The light iintumnal IIHZC of I ml I Mt summer WOE sleeping on the hill tops, only to be Invigorated with the colors of the iltlngsun. lloaallnd Mc- Oush, aronsed by the matin song that arose from tlie poultry yard, parted the curtains and looked forth upon the Bcene. "What a gorgeous morning. 'Oh, why shotdd 1 bo chained to this lium- drutn sphere. I rt'lll seixe my pen and pour forth melodious verse in honor of this day of the gods." came n sharp call from the foot of ttie stnira. "Come down and fry tlm buckwheats, away.1' Anil from ihuiightfl poetic to dteils (Jo- meailc descended. [Hartford Tost. Sol Smith Russell Caught. Mr. Sol Smith llussell tellri how lie re- ccntly renewed :tn ncqunintance with ilr. Olio Hclinelgrtrten, of Milfl-aukcc. Schnelgnrtvn set up the hctr, it nil prcR- cPUy he Rhiii: me see, Sol, you onud niu vaB aboud tliu Finnic Jigo, ain't il? How old VOR you IL1 am a7years repliod Mr. HUB- BCll. gome vfis a cliokel" smiling' skepti- cally. protested .Mr. liusarll, was horn in "In eighteen forty-clglit, cried Schnelgarten. "Gctoml 1 gntch yon told me dot den yours News. to kmitt butter. The ought to know that, however plenty inoiiej' ii, that n man can tiul gt't any un- less he Itaa something to Bulk or pledge in payment of bis dully labor, and tlmt the silver lins 11 ret to he deposited with llic Government befotc the cerlillciUe it Again, "if the Ciovcrnmt-nt elBtup on So cents worth of silver makee it worth lOOcema in gold, wny not tlmt stamp on a piece of paper make It worth as much'-'" Tho KxprcFR ought to know that luo Government Etamp on tbe uf paper, known ns grcenbrtekrf, them ns good n? gold; if il docMi't know (I let It dike a. greenback to the bankd and Bee. The Uoverniiienistamp upon Its boiule makes them worth K premium of loa up to P21. If ttie Kxprcss don't know it let it look at daily quotations of the value of United Stafes bonds. And why is It? buoiuiau tlio full faith and urcdfl of the Govern- ment Is pledged for ttiulr payment. There is no-'gold or silver especially deposited for their redemption; whereas the 4121 grains of silver stamped by the Uovenfmeiu of the value of IUO ct-nlu is depreciated by tbe Government Itself. by its olllclal the arbitrary rule of the Secretary of the without warrant of the in gold nnd declaring allvur unworthy of redeeming such privileged claims. IJld H over occur to the l-'x- prcos tliat when tbe Government coins a piece of gold nnd slumps It of the vnluu of H dullftr, tlmt U is not a dollar of the vrdue of 100 cents, but that It is worth ono dnllor and twenty cents; tliat when the bondholder presents his bond of face value, to the Secretary of tho Treasury lor redemption, thai be receives dollars therefor, a Lend, loo, puyiiblu in Iho cur- rency of tliu country, Hint Is when the bond was lEbiied also by a suhni'ijuunl net payablu coin, gold or silver. Tbu. bomlholdrr lolls Mr. Secretary, speaking for gold bugs, we don't cnre whether you atop the colnnge of ellver or not, you may purchase OOOofhullion each month or If you like, so long ns you coulinuc In piiy us our interest and principal in gold, BO long as you don't us to iaki- that vulgar silver you receive for euR- toma. The more you deprt'cinle silver Ibe butler for us. Wu Imve lioanlcd nur gold anil when we wuut more our bonds will bring H. Slop Hibflninnge of silver and we will buy ttui bullion. The silver dollars nlveiidy coined, no! nelng re- celvi'd for ouatoms. will bo further de- preciated, KO when I come to see yon, ymi will pay mo SlDtW instead of for my bond. Ho it maltcia not lo ua what the legislation of Con- f HE ONLY VARIETY THEATRE IN THE CITY. THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE RESORT. MVCKSSI-TI.: PROGRAMME 14, 15. 16 and 17. I'ln- (.x-rEui iiintio- ill L-iiiniiii'iu-f willi (In- ncl, rnlilkil THE COMING MAN! lUkvr. In Motto Songs ______-______ MJSS SUSIE STOKES and Lottie. rU'ti Aiti-ts in Ihi-li nrlxrinul I'hinlnH'ni Skcti'li, "Ol'li Pl'NNV NfUHil.lliiiniiioshcwwllty I.nuio Ihirton. Shu li MI In Hint shu'lsunuui tlrwwl "p In wmium's. 111.'. 'Hit Wl- titltn'M? tllMl MU'll IS mil liilnKliifi MISS LIZZIE Tin' I SHELTON! iif pmi't1 am) il. Mm It ini'L lust ni-rk of Hit- lUinl of llio Houth. HARRY MACARTHY, I'lvc. inliiiilfs with tin: 'Uiri-iX'iil Irisli, Sruti'li, Ilillcli nnd runkcc Urn. CUIHT." ivrllli'tl uml iTinumscil liy Hurry Mni'iirllir. MKi-nvlliy m jlijini. ill HI-, ruliiil or tKittl ccislllllio anil illnh-i'l. III lie climlullHtM lilt- wurlil. nmiiU-liT An Wllsh Swell  iiii'ilurs Serio-Comlc Gems...................................Miss Susie Stokes MR. JAMES NEARYI 1 n Ids iirliflnnlmiyiif ilnlim Irli-li SIMIUS nnil Ilaiu-c-s. MISS STANWOOD 1 HARRY In llnl MACARTHY, iUi Thu Popular, 'Mi MISS LzZIE SHELTON .lilii [ilClM YASSO! The woiuitir of thn Conliiry. Ptortuclnpr moro Original nnd Diffi- cult Tricks than nny other Artist In hlfl lino. Don't fftll to secern. ill mix -lijilc ksElli Jnlni lUirlmi'ri LuiiuUiiM.- AfTn nil lilt i! CONFUSIONS! Kvory Pulls ctgnrrrteF. dt-nlrr n-Tla rft Avoid in1iirlr.ni iuil- Sound Logic. A rather shiftless sort of a follow, who hangs around the saloons of a Texas town, was asked: "Why don't you marry and settle "Well, I've got my reasons for it. The woman I want to marry must have lots of money, and he smart, but when I find a woman who lias money, and who is willing to marry her willingness to rnnrry me is positive proof to my mind that she Is stupid, and then, of course, she don't suit me. I want a smart wo- man for a [Texas Siftings. Cignrmakers on a Strike. XKW Vonk% January According lo an order of Ihe Interna- tional union, men went ou a strlko lo-day In ttie factory nl l.evl firos. trouble that led to this action vfM adoption nf a uniform rate of prices, with which tho cmploytsln the factories controlled by Iho negotiation nre dimt- isiled. Thn union ordered l.evl Bros.' Hi a tfst'casrv, be- rnuc'If mnnn'iicturer yields Ihe ollirrn will do likewise, providing the ninth n miir bo so long as yon continue to pay us gold, so long as thu Uoveinment iniikcs a distinction in iu coins, we will take advuntageofil. Silver heing Ihu money of the people, the montiy which they reccno for their products, their corn nnil wheni, their cuttle and tlieir lingn, 'nnd the Uhor of their liand.s, and its dcjircciatlon being by the aduiitilfitrullon, why don't they, if'di'Blrlous of tbe vnlnc-R of the two coins, set tbe example by using silver for any and till purposes? Tbe credit of Iho llnltetl Stairs Gov- ernment is a full failh and credit of the liovcriuneiit given to the silver dollar will restore its vu'ne, nnd that fulth and credit cun only be shown satisfactorily 10 the people by the ad- ministration, through Us Secretary of the Treasury the luce value of the silver dollar in all Ibe transac- tions ol the Government. n. t.'. U. Will Be Present. January lo the advice of his physician, Kinperor ILam intends to bu present at the opening of the 1'nissinn diet to-day. Wauts Dynamiters Flogged. I.oxnox, .lannnry Herbert K. Maxwell, conservative niemher of pnr- lianient for WigleniBhirc, intends to again Introduce a bill for the Hopping of dynamiters. Telephone Suits January Latnar has sent lo the Attorney-General a communication expressing bis opinion that suit should be brought in the name of the United Slates, to test tbe validity of Hell's original tutarilioric patent. Will Prosecute. W.isiiixiiiox, January reply to a letter from ex-Delegate Downer, of Wyoming, in behalf of a prominent cat- tleman of that territory, 'against- whom proceedings have been recommended to compel the movement of fences main- tained by him ene-loaing public lands, requesting tbat proceedings ;he post- poned until spring, the Aiai3lant Com- missioner of the general land otlice has written denying the request, and stilt- Ing that it is the Intent ion of the land of- fice to prosecute such proceedings ns rapidly as possible-, and to contintie tliem until unlawful enclosure has been removed fiom public lands. FACliS EVERY WEEK. DON'T I GO Wolf Marx' -IV YOU WAN'i- We arc Not Selling Old and Shelf-Worn, Out-of- Style Goods, but New and Desirable Articles in Plenty. SPECIALlMPORTATIONS -FOR THE- Eiie Bress Goods, Silts, Satins and Velvets, CloaM Wraps of all Ms. JBBBIS for Ladies, Misses, (Mta. SilUisle Thread Cotton Hosier j. Kid riloves, Haiflierchiefs, Fans. 5OO Boys' Suits. Short Pants. 5OO Boys' Suits, Long- Pants. Overcoats, Etc., Etc. Corner Commerce and Alamo Sts. A Total W reck. G.M.VKSTOX, Jnnuary ship William, which went ashore five miles down the island In Tuesday niglit'sgnle, wns visited to-day by n committee of survey from Hie bosrd of marine under- writers, but Iliey were unable to reach the vessel, which is now lirrnly imbed- ded in the sand and will prove a total toes. Captain Journeny, who, wllh his crew, abandoned the ship yesterday, is the principal owner of the William. The vessel wns linllf at Yarmouth, N. S., In 187-1, at a cost of and was valued at at the liii'e of her loss. She was insured for only The ill- fated ship Is ft tons registry, nnd wae in ballast from Havre for a cargo of cotton when driven ashore. No effort, will prohably he msulclo recover her, Auction Sale of City Lots Saturday morning January 10, nt 10 a. m., on Military plaza. Lots In each ward will he offered and sale continue every mornlnjf until sold. Tltlea per- fect nnd taxes jinld. It MAI. WII.ITITOS, Auctioneer. 4 Ujinier Sardenl A P1RST-CLASS RESORT POH FAMILIES. HEATED BYnSTEAMlTHROUGHOUT. FREE CONCERTS Evory Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, ancl a Special Froa Concert Evory Sunday, from 4 to 1 I p. 111, First-Cliss Bar-Pooni, R'Stoant find Biiiard-Roorii Altaclied. AND I'OT.ITK Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas.   

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