I found the 1900 census page you mentioned on ancestry.com, but Alvino was indexed as "Alvino Rannie" (just poor deciphering by the transcriptionist-- it looks like "Ramirez" to me on the original.)
Also found Alvino "Ramedias" in the 1910 census in Goliad, Pct. 5 page 122, age 55 with wife "Anita" age 19. The reason I thought it might be him is his occupation is listed as "butcher." But no children or other family living with him-- was he divorced from Maria/Mary listed as his wife in 1900? (I will send you the image via your e-mail)
I like the Ancestry.com databases, if you can afford the US Census collection. I found Alvino in the 1900 by doing a wildcard search in Goliad County on first name only-- Alv* with birth year 1850 +/- 5 years, and got the hit for "Alvino Rannie."
According to the 1910 census he was born in Mexico, but the 1900 census says he was born in TX. The 1900 census says his oldest daughters were born in Mexico in 1880 and 1885, so they may not show up on the 1880 US census, and the 1890 census was burned.
I would try doing lots of wildcard searches using first names and age ranges since they are more distinctive than the name Ramirez will be in South Texas.