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San Antonio Daily Light (Newspaper) - June 8, 1887, San Antonio, Texas B. Smith amp son who Are strictly first class merchant t iilor8, arc now receiving a Fine line of Goring and summer suiting of German English scotch and French goods. Our prices Are a Way satisfaction and fit guaranteed. Call on them and Price their goods before purchasing elsewhere. B. Smith amp son 12-9-tf no. 44 West Commerce St. Volume Vii number 109,san Antonio Texas wednesday june 8. 1887. F. I. Meyer wine Hall. I wholesale and retail dealer in California champagnes and Rhine wine importer of foreign and Domestic wines and liquors. Orders delivered no. Alamo Plaza West Side san Antonio Texas. Telephone no. 280. F�-7-2m Only $5 a year. U Aske Brothers Are making a big sweep in a extensive line of the celebrated p. Cox a shoes for children misses and ladies. Rose Cleveland shoe ill we or ave a la pkg Estock. Brand is made of very rest m Ater Al Ani most skilled workmanship. Sizes ranging from i to 7, and in All lasts from a a cd to we Call your attention to our childrens school shoes of which we handle Only the Best makes and styles to suit Iii ii Stoiner. We will mention a few styles of our Crain butt Standard screw tipped shoes for boys at $1 25, f i 50, ski 75 and is of which Are guaranteed to be the Best our Spring Heel in kid Pebble and in Grain with or without tip Are the very Best that can be made prices ranging from $1 50 to $3 50. N. B. Cox s pump soles Spring heels with or without tip sizes 4 to 7 1-2, at $1 of sold elsewhere at $1 25. Our infant French kid shoes Are simply immense. Also a full assortment of childrens slippers. A a shoes for elderly ladies we Are the Only ones that can satisfy their wants. Ladies when you Are out shopping do not forget to examine our bargain counter there you will find $5 of shoes now $3 60 $4 50 shoes now $3 of $3 60 shoes now $2 75, and in fact you can find shoes and slippers at your own prices. J Ime Brothers latest Telegraph news. Associated press dispatches and specials up to the hour of going to press. Outrageous Folly. The Plaza in Fine blues on Fin keens Only tie very Best Miles such As a a Laird a a a Shober amp Mitchell a a a Satter Lewin amp co a and Many other brands too numerous to mention. We can discount any firm this Side of new York. Weather june 8.�?-indications for Texas southerly winds nearly stationary temperature fair weather. See no cause to Jubilee. London june 7.�?none of the Pitr Kellites will attend Jubilee service in Westminster Abbey. Whispered once too often. Arkansas City june 8.�?constable Jerry Carter arrived Here late last night with a prisoner. Ralph Brown charged with shooting Alex Jones in Redford township last saturday. Jones whipping to Browne a wife when Brown ordered him to desist. Jones refused and Brown emptied both barrels of a Shotgun into his head blinding him severing his Tongue and breaking his jaw. Jones friends assembled sunday night and boldly asserted their intention of Lynching Brown. Constable Carter informed his prisoner of his danger and they made a break for the Woods by the Back door As the robbers entered in front. A Village submerged. Johnstown pa., june 8.�?a Hood yesterday was caused by a water spout West of Hooversville Somerset county. The Village was entirely under water and the destruction of property is great. At Hooversville works the Hood is appalling. Upwards of 20 residences were washed Oil their foundations Aud at least one Hundred families in this Borough alone lost everything. The water having subsided the Sveue today is one of demoralization and ruin. Yards and streets Are looked with debris and rubbish. In grub town Conemaugh Cambria City and Cooperdale the same scene is presented and it is estimated that in this City three Hundred people were rendered homeless and dependant for shelter upon the Charity of their More fortunate neighbors. More Missouri murder. Ozark mo., june 8.�?about 2 of clock yesterday afternoon Bob Meadows of Christian county an old citizen was assassinated. He and his wife were walking along the Road through a dense Wood when the woman was startled by the report of a gun and saw her husband fall lifeless to the ground. He was shot through the breast with a Bullet from a Winchester Rifle. Immediately after the shot was fired mrs. Meadows saw two men run from an ambush near by but she could not recognize them. It is not thought that the killing of Meadows grew out of the Bald robbers troubles although the murdered Man was at one time ordered to leave the country by the regulators. Three years ago j As. Payton was sent to the Penitentiary on a life sentence for the murder of Clamp Udie Mathews. Meadows was instrumental in securing this conviction. This is the 43d murder in this county since the close of the Duel in Paris. Paris Juno 8 pm. Aren a to Neibor of the chamber of deputies challenged m. Mayer editor of la lantern for an attack through the columns of that paper on the corsican. Mayer accepted the Challenge and the Duel fought yesterday. Clemence and acted As second for Mayer and m. Reinach editor of la rep oblique acted for Deputy Aren. Swords were used and Mayer was slightly wounded in the hand and Arm. Blaine and of Brien sail. New York june 8.�?mr. And mrs. James g. Blaine and their daughters m. And Hattie Blaine left the fifth Avenue hotel shortly after 5 of Loek this morning and reached the North German Lloyd pier at Hoboken n. J. At 6 30 of clock where they hoarded the Steamer Ems which sailed for Southampton at 7 30 of clock. The Steamer Adriatic on which William of Brien is a passenger sailed at 7 of clock this morning. Another Coal pit horror. Berlin june 8.�?an explosion of tire Damp occurred in the Coal pit at in Westphalia. The bodies of 41 persons killed by the explosion have been recovered and 13 More Are believed to be dead. More eviction brutalities. Dublin june 8.�?the gun boat batterer i v Clai police to Clare Island whore they evicted 12 took tile sheriff of count y Clare and a body of a Sim tenants. Tile scenes witnessed while writs of the methodist revival. A very Large audience assembled last night at Travis Park methodist Church to hear the Railroad evangelist major Blanton. He preached a Plain True masterly Sermon from the parable of the Tower. The prayer meeting this morning at 9 30 was one of unusual Power. The attendance was Large and the earnestness deep. One thing remarkable about these meetings As showing the spirit of Christian fraternity Between the churches Here is the Large attendance of ministers and laymen or other denominations. Services tonight at 8 30 and at to a. In. Tomorrow. _ new suits in District court. A. Applebaum is. Moses lobe amp sons Appeal from Justice court. A. Applebaum is. Moses i it Obe amp sons Appeal from Justice court. Pedro Hernandez is. . Dwyer Appeal from Justice court. Pedro Hernandez is. J. E. Dwyer Appeal Fram Justice Youit. Paschal it amp Lewis is. The evening paper publishing co., it. Ai., debt. Cooley amp Rudolph is. Geo. Bassett Appeal from Justice court. A some of the councilmen give it As an excuse that the reason they refused the prohibitionists the use of the plazas was that knowing the Strong feeling of a Large majority of the olt Zens against prohibition anticipated and feared the very trouble that occurred last night. Grand opening. Today Ben Nentwig will assume charge of Peter Jonas Garden he having leased that famous resort. Or. Nentwig in no stranger to the Public of san Antonio having been with or. A. Scholz for a number of years. This splendid place of amusement is just Oft the Sunset depot the Garden has been thoroughly overhauled and everything looks entirely different. On sunday afternoon there will be a splendid string hand to furnish music in the evening at 7 p. In. Dancing will commence. Or. Nentwig in undertaking this Enterprise promises that he will leave nothing undone to make it pleasant for those who visit his resort. G 30t governor Torres explorers have returned from their visit to the Volcano near bavi Spe Sonora and make a most interesting report. They were unable to come nearer than four Miles of the Crater from which great volumes of smoke lava boiling water and fire issued. The lava streams and immense Louviers hurled Down the mountains have fairly changed the whole face of the country. The inhabitants of bavi Spe have fled in mortal terror the Melton flow is gradually filling up the canyons and the heat and boiling water has killed All vegetation. Earthquake shocks font Laue and the whole land trembles. A a a a a a auf Rny a a a a a a Humbug. Barnum said a the american people like to be h this May be True in the line of entertainment but not where life is a stake. A Man with consumption or any lingering disease looking death in the Ace and to evade ins awl i grasp does eviction were being executed were deplorable. Abandoning the Dykes. Vienna june 8.-the work of strengthen ing the Mako Dyke to make to withstand hoods has been suspended in despair Aud a i reach is momentarily expected. At Many Points soldiers have taken the places of workingmen who were anxious to attend to their Homes and belongings. The government has sent flu min to Ald Tho sufferers at Vasou bely where All the inhabitants men and women Young and old Are working to strengthen the Dykes. A Good Man in the tolls. Minneapolis june 8.-a special to the evening journal from Pierre Dakota says Charles d. Spencey one of the Best known men in Dakota was indicted today by Tho grand jury on a charge of cattle stealing. The French he it. Paris june 7.�?at a meeting yesterday the extreme left adopted m. Labour Era a proposal to elect Tho acute by Universal suffrage and it was decided to submit the proposal to the Radical left with a View to joint action. The French government informed the French ambassadors abroad that. Franco cannot assent to an Angio turkish convention except As a i Ais is for negotiations. Securing the Sharp jury. New York june 8.�?the work of securing a jury to try Jacob Sharp was continued today. Tile sixth seat Only is vacant. One was tilled Hunt noon by William h. Mead. Tile prosecution then expressed themselves As timing sat Lilied with the jury As it stood. The defence then excused or. Johnson of Century and the work of filling Johnson s place then commenced. All three shot Down. I Louisville june 8.�?a special to the even ing times says tile citizens of Morehead Rowan county Are again startled by the kill ing of three men. Yesterday the town mar Sbai of Morehead John mania had a warrant for the arrest of Jack and William Logan sons of Tho notorious or Henry i. Logan who is now in the losing ton jail on a charge of murder. Man Nib went to the House of the Logan boys to arrest them. The old lady told Nim that Tivey were not in. He told her that he would have to search the House and proceeded to do so. Asho ascended the stairway the Logan boys who were concealed above fire upon him inflicting fatal wounds. A Unius a posse of two men who were with him then returned Tho tire on Tho Logan boy killing them both. We place before our readers natures great remedy or pierces Golden medical discovery a Suro Relief for that Long train of diseases resulting from impure blood such As consumption chronic nasal Catarrh liver complaint kidney disorder dyspepsia sick headache scr Fula and general debility. Time tried and thoroughly tested it stands without an equal any druggist. Lillian Russell suit defending a i. Of j dress Bill reveals the fact that the Diamond theft Racket is a regular Adver timing Dodge with actresses. These Are stage diamonds and a full Supply in eluding Tiara necklace Star several bracelets numerous ear rings and Finger rings costs about $103. Five Hundred dollars Worth of advertising is a Tow estimate for the notoriety gained by the theft of even a Bracelet or two. The South has abundant resources. Her Mineral wealth and her agr Eul tur amp a possibilities insure her a marvellous development. Her Opportunity has come and she seems disposed to embrace it. The name a new South May but it will be a a new same. In this March to Prosperity Texas should Lead the Van. Be objected to South a All the f prohibition meeting on the broken up by a Volley of Rotton eggs. For the past few Days there has been considerable excitement among the anti prohibitionist and the prohibitionists of the pity in consequence of the mayors refusal to allow the prohibitionists to meet on the Plaza for Public speaking in accordance with a time honoured custom. At this decision the a Sprohl bsh were exceedingly mad because they held that under the Constitution they have a right to assemble and discuss Public questions and that the City and county Are bound to protect them in the exercise of such rights. They say further that they tried to hire Turner Hall and would not do so for love nor Money. They applied to sheriff Lewis for use of the court room often used for other meetings and were denied it. Then they went to the mayor and asked for the permission to use the Plaza and for police Protection and were denied it. The Council confirmed the action of Tho mayor and both Are being freely condemned on All sides by the Public for such intolerance. The a Sprohl bsh decided to stand upon their rights and to hold a meeting last night on the site of the new Federal buildings. It was generally known that a foolish Section of anti prohibitionists were going to the meeting to break it up and Wise ones sought to prevent such suicidal Folly. At the time the meeting opened there were about 3,000 peopled assembled on the ground and it was evident that the Rowdy element of anti prohibition was present. Judge Brooker appeared on a dry goods Box and attempted to open the meeting but he could not be heard. He was received with gibes jeers and cries of a your Bills a Down with prohibition a a rate a and a general Hur Rahing that could be heard within a two mile radius. In a kind of dumb show he introduced Bishop Turner a coloured prohibition advocate of Georgia who took his place. Then the Hur Rahing was even stronger than Ever and he retired after a vain Endeavor to get a bearing. Then there were cries of Lockwood Lockwood and the sex Alderman promptly responded to it. Then order was obtained and made a fierce onslaught on prohibition which was received by loud cheering. He was followed by the Rev. A. Ii. Sutherland who was received with uproarious fun. Or. Sutherland took in the situation and was remarkably Cool. He said a i am astonished a and no doubt he was just then for a Volley of eggs was fired at him. One struck him on the Eye another on the Cheek a third on the neck and several were broken upon his clothes. Or. J. O. Mcclure who was also on the Box received part of the Volley and Anath Metis the crowd in forcible if not polite language. The prohibitionists Here brought the meeting to a Sodden termination. After the meeting Bishop Turner and others delivered an address in the coloured methodist Church across the san Pedro. During the meeting the mayor and several of the police were present and made a show of keeping order but the service did not appear to he efficient and Many who were guilty of lot Nous Pond not were passed unnoticed. One citizen a Bonnet ted or. Sutherland in sight of the police and the Only result was laughter in which the police joined. Last night the action of the Antl prohibitionist both in refusing permission to speak on the Plaza and in disturbing the meeting is severely commented upon by the better class of citizens who May be Ranke As ant prohibitionists. They Are decidedly in favor of free speech and fair play and anything to impede this will operate in favor of prohibition. It is Safe to say that the action or the antics is a Boomerang that will redound and Cost the panties Many Hundred votes in this pity. The Light reporters this morning in their rounds were met with a continuous and unanimous howl of rage from anti prohibitionists As Well As the prohibitionists at the action of the hoodlums last night and the mayor and Council refusing the plazas and police Protection. There was not a dissenting voice among All classes and All were angry and stirred up. It was the one theme of conversation during the Day in the stores on the streets and sidewalks and will Likely culminate in a Publio mass meeting to condemn the action of our City officials in this matter. The following Are some of the opinions expressed major a. J. Fry real estate Wasny to there but if accounts Are True while it was very laughable it is also very serious would not venture an opinion. A. Sartor merchant am an anti pro Hilt ionis hut done to think it right to enact such scenes. Let a Man speak All he wants to. I think it is wrong to deny the use of the plazas for Publio meetings. It has been the custom and is proper if they done to make any disturbance. Such things wont do us any Good. Ben Kiolbassa merchant am for anti prohibition. Think the speakers Wasny to treated right. Let Mem talk this is a free country i do As i please and let others also. Julius tips merchant am anti prohibitionist Strong. Let those people have their say. Morris Friedman Saloon St i think its wrong. This is a free country and let everybody express their views if they want to. The others have the same right. About the action of the Council in refusing the use of the plazas i approve it. No party has a right to 1o on the plazas without permission rom Therou Roll. Of they got permission and such a scene As was enacted last night would occur our Council would be blamed for it. Clov weigher Sanchez an Antl pc Hihi zionist Strong. Think such scenes Are wrong. The ballot Box is the place to beat Mem. Alderman goo. Kalteyer anti prohibitionist if the reports Are True of the meeting the whole thing is very wrong indeed. Or. P. P. Lounsberry Ain a prohibitionist in this Way i believe in prohibiting other people from doing everything but done to prohibit myself from anything. I think it very improper to disturb a Public meeting of any kind in this free country and i done to think the prohibitionists needed any permission to go on the Plaza so Long As they were quiet. Maj. C. C. Cresson i attended the meeting last right and was disgusted. Am an Antl prohibition list but the other Side has a right to express their opinions As Well As we. I think it was a mistake of the of until to forbid them the plazas. Or. Geo Chabot by i think the same As maj. Cresson has said. John s. Ford of Rumsay a Ford it was a great mistake and will Hurt the Antis. They ought to have let Parson Sutherland speak though we done to need coloured men to Tell the White people what to do j. P. Of Leary was strongly opposed to it. J. V. Dignowity it was done by a lot of Fellows who have not been in this country but a few weeks perhaps and i think As Parson Sutherland is a Horn texan raised in this Section every texan should take the matter up. It la a pretty pass if native Horn americans Are denied the right of free speech by a lot of foreigners. I am an anti pro i Bill Olat. County Surveyor Locke was equally As indignant As or. Dignowity. Colonel la. B. Andrews a Strong anti prohibitionist said Buchli proceedings is an outrage on our City and will have a tendency to do our town a great Deal of Between free whisky and free speech i am in favor of free speech. Notes. One decayed egg struck a newspaper reporter of an evening con he wants to find out the fellow that threw it. After the prohibitionists had retired to the coloured Church West of the san Pedro and had begun their meeting the hoodlum element followed and began to Shower their eggs into the Church and at the Church. Many fell inside through the windows hut a no policemen were there nobody paid any attention to them. Subsequently when some gentlemen inside sent a request to the Bolef of police for Protection the mayor pity marshal and two policemen came Over and order was restored. One wealthy citizen who has been a pronounced Anil prohibitionist heretofore was heard to say this morning that it was a question with him whether he would or would not vote for prohibition after learning of last nights disgraceful affair and he would Send the prohibitionists a Check for $100 for their Campaign anyhow. A German tailor named Vav. Lindauer was standing in the crowd with a Long coat on his Back. He touched his pocket and addressing or. Henry Hunt said a a it a full of eggs. Watch me throw or. Hunt said nothing but slipping behind the fellow out of reach suddenly slapped the pocket indicated and crushed ail the eggs. The tailor was very angry and supposing a tall american standing next to him had done the vile deed he tackled Bim and there almost resulted a fight. Only two arrests were made by the police or Only one for sheriff Nat Lewis arrested one of the egg throwers a in i Low named m. Belas employed at the Lone Star brewery. He pleaded guilty this morning before the recorder and was fined $50. In fining Bim the recorder greatly deprecated the affair of last night and said although he was an anti prohibitionist such scenes would Only Hurt our cause and tend to weaken it. While the other party disagrees with us we have no right to treat them that Way. Of in the future such cases were brought before him he would not be As lenient As in this Case. Belas did not seem very much concerned at the amount of the Fine though he is a poor Man and where that $60 Fine is to come from is a mystery. The other arrest was that of a Barber named John Young employed by a. Zilian. Capt. Shardell arrested him near the speakers stand where he was Yelling and would not keep quiet. With the assistance of a Deputy sheriff he was literally dragged out of the crowd. The negroes Are incensed at the Roep Hon Given to Bishop Turner. Lockwood is roundly condemned for the part he took in the meeting. The reports of the Rowdy ism last night will do incalculable injury to san Antonious reputation for Law and order a i o we Greet Yoh with an invitation to see tue Mammoth display of dry goods at Haass 0ppr h ssi or 212 and 214 Commerce Street. Our immense stores Are now crowded with a Large Stock of Fine and Rich novelties. Surah Silks All colors 95c. Ponge Silks Only 30c. Boys suits new and neat $3. Men s suits scotch goods $9. Summer Silks Only 50c. New fancy ladies Hose 75c. White Batiste embroidered dress pattern $2. Sateen new Rich 12 1-2 to 30c. And Nobby from attractive worsted dress pattern $8 50 25 Rolls Fany matting 20c. Fancy silk parasols Fine $3. 25 Rolls fancy matting 35c. One Yard wide lace Floun cing 85c. Seamless White matting 35c. Black Guipre silk lace allover $2. Tapestry carpets full line Only 75c. Our dress making department is managed by an expert lady who cannot be equalled in fit or style be sure to our stores a visit whether you buy or not we will be glad to see you Haas amp Oppenheimer 2 i 2 and 2 i 4 Commerce Street. A or a a him i ii turn mum i a a ��?11 Himi Hii Wim his ii l. Bohrson. 3 i la prices speak mimes convince yourselves that telegraphic Brevi ties. Parnell has gained strength during the recess. Or. Mackenzie has gone to Berlin to treat the Crown Prince. Chicago Downs Boodle and anarchy in every Ward save the bloody sixth. The craftsman is no longer the official Organ of the typographical Union. Sam Jones is lecturing on Temperance through Tennessee. Copper reduction works at Santa Rosalie burned. Loss $500,000. Naval court enquires into cause of collision Between celtic and Brit tannic. Eleven yachts enter for the Jubilee race around great Brittain and Ireland. Timison Nashville re elected president International typographical Union Gardner Choctaw Indian jailed at Denison for murder. Grover has had poor Luok and pulls Home with his Baito ans tomorrow. New York state prohibitionists will put a full ticket in the Field this fall. Davitt appeals to America and Cleveland on behalf of Ireland. O Brien tendered a banquet at the Hoffman House and sails for Home. Shoe and leather workers will form an Independent labor organization. Canada will not jubilate with a general jail delivery. Canada officials seize Detroit fish contrary to Canadian Law. Wild West actors. Broncho Bill and red shirt visit parliament. The fire losses to Date for 1887, including Forest fires Are in excess of $00,000,-000. A priceless necklace of antique. Egyptian gems will be the Khedive Jubilee present. Spain proposes to abolish the provincial governments of Matanzo and Pinar Del Rio. Miss Jessie Bryant Bonner sleeping near an open window had her hair sheared from her head while asleep and the thief decamped with the flowing tresses. The London times concedes that Gladstone by his manipulation of tue Irish Rolmes act has Given the government a grave subject to confront. Lambeth police court proceedings show that hundreds of poor girls from to to l l years of age Are held in that Vicinity for immoral purposes. The pall mall Gazette is opening up this festering ulcer in the body social. A a in a t Quot kit quoth brag is not brag when it is built on fast. Then it is simply a proper presentation of Merit and is business and Enterprise. But after All the goods themselves Are the Touchstone. See for instance the qualities and prices of our Mammoth Spring of goods now being received and opened out for nubile in inspection. These goods Are All of the latest and most approved styles and makes fresh from the importers and manufacturers and consist of every article to be found in a first class mercantile establishment. We can Only mention that we keep dress goods of All qualities All grades of ladles underwear All articles for misses and children. It would be impossible to enumerate in a Small advertisement on immense variety of goods. However special attention is called to Ouk Fine line of silk fabrics consisting of All qualities from Light summer Ai the very highest Quality of grosgrain nothing Richer or butter. Our display of Silks will capture the heart of any lady. It to the Moat Complete in the pity. Turn in the line of millinery and fancy goods we Are prepared to offer great inducements. Our sleek of hats Runnels Flowers feathers trimmings and All the paraphernalia that goes to make up a a love of a net or Flat is More Complete than Ever. Of r sex Lier fenced artists trim Aud ornament in every style. We also Hava some new things in laces As Well As other novelties in the trimming and embroidery line which the ladies should by All Means see. They will Bud them the latest and freshest. Then we have an unexcelled line of Wash and Light Woolen fabrics such As lawns gang hams sateen zulus crinkles cordon ettes nuns veiling drop tip a Lino Spring Cashmere arum every other Brilliant and useful dress fabric to be found in the great marts of the country this season. In the line of ladies shoes and slippers we Are As usual. In the Lead. Our Stock is Complete and excellent. The same May be said of misses and children swear. In hosiery All goods from Cotton to the finest silk eau in found in endless variety of styles shapes Aud colors As Well As prices. In our line of gloves handkerchiefs and fans the ladies can surely make a be Keetion from the Well selected variety. There Are Alt styles and grades selected with a View to the wants of our cosmopolitan Trade. The june number of the cosmopolitan the last that will be published in Rochester before its appearance in new York City opens with a charming Story entitled a the sculptors Ward a by Jeaune Marlet. A Signor log by Salvatore Farina is brought to a dose in this number. The wonderfully interesting series of articles by Emile Julliard on a life beneath the Crescent a is also concluded. This like the other articles is handsomely illustrated. A How i ascended a mexican Volcano a by and. F. Bandolier the Well known american archaeologist is a Lively and interesting account of the authors experience while climbing to Pool Tepetl. A an Imperial barbarian a by Henry Howard presents in a1 manner attractive m. Talney a views of Napoleon Bonapart. A a the icelanders wealth a by w. H. Allen is an instructive of the elder Duck. The Young folks and the household departments Are excellent. The july number will appear in new York City. It will he enlarged and improved in every Way. Done to judge our goods by the Price. It la the Way we buy that lets us sell so cheaply cheaper in Many oases than other dealers Oan get the goods for St wholesale. This also applies to the White elephant clothing House oar clothing store is now what have Long wished to make it ample and tasteful. Not of a sort to discredit the Stock. The Stock 1b better constant Progress Marks its improvement. The better things Are becoming to be better understood so people Tell us and so do the sales this is not Only for the men youths and boys Are eared for with equal taste and Comfort. Furnishing goods boots and shoes. Hats and Cape Are also kept in this department. Furniture and House furnishing goods this department is completely stocked with every article to the furniture line from the cheapest to the costliest. In House furnishing goods every article used in a household Oan be founds our Stock and prices defy Competition. L. Worson main Plaza and Acequia Street san Antonio Texas
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