San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1, Monday, January 4, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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BANKS AND BANKERS.
NO. 43 NOLKDAI) HTUEKT
n Under the mnnmttincnt nf I (Una tinker
Deposit. u bit-it tfi check recehed.lmt tutor
ett will U pnld on I j nn Time tHpotdti of (1
and upward At tho rate vt 4 percent per an
num. Uankltifr houm Ih. tn to 4 p. n. Pat-
urdayn-V a. in. to 8 p. in. tor (In- convenience 1
of Barlngi Hank Depositors.
San Antonio Sale Uepotlt and Trust Co.'
Steel IJoirs rented In our llurglarl'roof
Steel-lined Marlite-cncaned Vault. All box eg
protected br a matter key. Kent Kto a month
and upward according tn ilie of box
F. GROOS & CO.
And Dealers in Exchange.
BAN ANTOSUO I I I TEXAh
J. B. Tiiuhdton I'm. JDunrr
Jab. P. Eaw Cashier.
8AM ANTONIO TKXAS.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
j. S. Al.KtAIUCH AllCII A. Al FXSNPF.lt
Texas National Banl San Antonio
lit Commerce Street.
At'Timuiii Oai-itu. wntti
I'AIUlD.. . .. . iumui
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
S. S. FLOYD & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS &
2r Solcdad Street San Antonio.
167 Strand Galveston
Kxeciitu orders fortlio purehuso orsnloof
IHAIN I-HOVI8IONS COTTON ami
STOCK!!. Are prepared to receive ur male
actual deliveries on all trades wo make.
Skin Diseases al
r Coinnieico and Alamos Is
Ladies' Hair Dressen
No. SIMPS Houston Mieet Han Alilnnlo.
Wigs Curls Braids and Frizzes
Made to Order.
t(ri'omllniiliiiielnun)'kl)le. Ladles' Mali-
Kepiiirlnjt nf Fine Watches ti specialty. I do
ujr oh 11 w oik and ifuuruiitet) It tu tn tlndtlam.
uy help nenee my nse IB
1 turn out work 1-l.u1iK.-r tliuu
25 Soledad St. San Antonio.
S02 I.nvaca Street.
Klne Portraits a spi-elalty. lessons given in
DruHlnir and l'uliitlnir. I'ortrults rrom'llfo
anil enlarged from photographs. Drawing
Kiliool ftir Children Wednesday and Puturduy
EAGLE PASS BRICK
11)11 ham: AT
Alamo' Iron Works
111 qillHltlllCH to suit pUrcllllM'IM.
H. C. MILLER
Stencils Seals Badges Metal Ch'ks
Door IMmIxb. Ilnus Numberi Kte
i. 8 Navarro Street
Opposite (Irons' I tank.
Turner Hall Bap
Corner Houston and St. Mary's Street
Finest Imported and Poinidtio
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS
j Always on hand Porter A leJind Wines
continually on Ice.
etc This band vlll Insuru nitUrHotlon when-
Monnav Jaiuarv 4 I BEG.
KAII.ItOAD TIME TAIILK.
.-. Thno Card In K.ff.ct May 17 lass
I. A ! N.' lUllroad.
For St. Louis via .Mo. In route. i.m.
I'orHU Louis via Iron .Mountain... m.H a.m.
ForLare.li lliM a. in.
From ft. 1-ouls MlMoun 1'aclSo . tl:no a. in.
Prom Ht.Louls Iron Mountain .1 :rsl p. in.
rom Laredo. . . . . 3:1 p. m
n.. II S A IIAILKOAII.
TWO rilAiNNTli NKV. OIII.KANH DAILY.
Ibroosh Kapres. KmU Dally.
L.i v. ot New Orleans Ituu ion and llalrrs-
L art ior Ne Orleans HouHon and (laltc.- i
lon P.m. !
Arrive t'Otn New Orleans Houston and flal-
Arrive from Hsu Francisco Kl I'aso and Eagle-
IS. A & A l K. II.
u and niter Monday No ember SI mixed
I mln tnrr intr Itftyiii. puei
United Mtitten Mail will lcuMi
tho tic i Kit on
rnuth Flore afreet dully (Sundfl) eteepted)
tit BiUdn. m. tirrivlntr t l.luicudorr at btu m.t
i l.lniendorf ut 'A;' ii. hi..
Hun Antnulo at r p. in I'u-lulit
rceelVMl for I'Jinendorr nnd InH-r-
Tree from th u 7 ti tics ji( J'won.
A MAID FORLORN.
Itv hik lrrill
( ii.i-i i:i: i.
Hut ulmt will sour tincli! sayV n.ks
Mm IIImt.i m rvoiisly.
My midii will nay just u hat tliii JIalor
pajs" u-plli-s ltomiic HliniKRiiiK ln'r
"Wouldn't ItiM-acoiufoit If tlu-MnJor
ilii-U'r" s.ijh CVi-ll. from her low cliulr In
thn (-lilmni-y-Hiini-r her own sii-cial
curlier. In every liousi- whi-n-ln she may
An slid mnkra this rli.irllalili-
rpci-i-h she slulis luofoiimHy.
.My ili-ar" as her mother in a tnno
that li im-aut to lw full of it-huki-. but
I only fond.
vti-ll. I know tliat" returns MIsi
Cei-ll Hiiucll); "I mil perfectly aw.ilc
that I am ili-.ir to sou. What's tlinuood
of li-WiiR mo the Haiuo thins over anil
over ncaln'r Only that It would In)
naiiRlity to lino h nun sweet mothtr I
would kIvii j on a pinch lor stale news."
I suppose v en I'm-Iii (in-uory can t
expect us tn Mm- in London all the jear
round" icmarks Itounle a flown daik-
I'lilnn her ptetty little) baby face. It is
the funniest llltle flown and eertainly
lias no rljjht whatever to be In Its pres-
ent resting-place "I suppose he can't
control our every action."
lie. can however. Keen ns comforta
ble or reduce us to aliMiluto want at
least to Boincthinj; very near It." an-
sweis Mrs. Hiseis in a trembllm; tone.
-My mliiil Is liiailn nn." sas teeil.
lightly. "Itather than bo leduced to
absolute want 1 shall marry a marquis
a iluko even if need be. Let nobody
try to dissuade me; I shall do It onlie."
1 hen I'm afraid oil wiUdio" re
turns Itounle who is tlio least bit of n
ion Mm n t illscouraiie me" says
Ci3sy Rayly "Kvcn down In tho 'de-
serted village' where you and mother
are bent on liiiryinu; yourselves I daio
bay I shall meet my f.tiry prince."
i liopo ho will be a prince worthy of
youl" Bays Mrs. Itlvers. somew hat wist-
fully gazing at the lovely faco smiling
up at her from tho chimney-corner out
of its tangle of golden hair.
1 on hope for too much" replies tho
on tier of tho golden locks merrily. "I'liu
prlneo was never jet born lam con-
vinced who would be worthy of such
peerless charms as mine.
"Hut really mamma when we aro all
bo tired of town life why should wo
not go Into thu country and especially
to this pretty placo the Freres have
written to us nboutV" asks ltcinnlc.
"I am Bine Uncle Gregory ought to
think better of ns for preferring tho
dullness of a country life to all tho glit-
tering dissipations of tho town" ob-
serves Cecil laughing.
"Your tinrle likes nothing he doesn't
suggest hlniM-lf" sajs Mrs. Itlvers
"Then niako him suggest it. Let ns
go tn lilm In a body and tell him how
wo are enjoying ourselves here and ten
to one but he w ill order us into solltaiy
cfluuncmcut. without delay lie is such
a perverse old dear."
"Cecil you talk too much" murmurs
her mother m.ldly.
"I'm like the drunk" sas Cecil un-
abashed; "I go on foiever Afler all I
am better than a Hltipd gill w 'in can't
talkntiill lliiniiie how silt-utwiunicl
Don't jou like th s country scheme-"
"Yes" returns llnnn'o u-iy deliber-
ately "It Is my gieatest dcsiietii leave
Asshesajs this her mother raises
her soft ryes unit lejauls her curiously
nav. indeed sidlv. lint Ibmuie's
face whatever sliehcisell ma) bethink
ing is Munch to her and ln-liis Hom-
ing. "Yes es countiy air will be good
for us all." sajs Mis. Itlvers hastily.
"It must be iiriaiiKi-d. I wlli the Major
could be hiought to speak to joiirunclo
"If you menu that I i.m to luiii-llliti-
and play tip In the M ijor I Blinply
sha'n't" answers Cecil with a vicluus
lltllonoil "1 ilcleit linn it is my no
lief he wants to marry that daiighterof
his .Maria to undo (iiegorjr
"Oil nol" S.UB ltoun e. iiulckly "Ho
may live in tho fond hope that Uncle
Uregory growing disgusted wltli usaiui
our frivolities will leave Maria the bulk
of his property; but I know hu intends
her to many a much jounger man.
Lady Marsdeu told uiu all about It the
other day. It did not Interest me so I
have forgotten the minor details such
as names and places. Hut I know this
soling man has been nbtoailfor jcars;
that ho has a tremendous amount of
money; that he Ihes somew hero In tho
country in a house lieaiitlful as a
ilreani! and that the Major was n friend
of his father's and has Ix-eii n sort of
ngent over his estate for j ears."
"Ycu rcmi-mlier ugre.il deal consider-
ing onr want of Interest" observes
Cissy. "Well If It comes off I wish
this poor j oung man Joy of Marlal"
"Tills poor joiiug man as Jon rail
him will probably not marry to order.
Hut the Major has ipilte made up his
mind to it; and he Is a mail of many re-
sources." "How I should llko to frustrate
Marlal" exel.iIinsCecil. "If ever I meet
this mi-guided )(.utli she Intends claim-
ingasher own. I shall make violent
love to hlni."
"Ceclll" says Mrs. Itlvers again.
"Well then I shall let him mako vio-
lent love to me. Is that better)-"
"It Is not amiable either way. I am
sure darling jou would not liko to In-
tel fere with nny other girl's lover."
"Well fortunately I can't" saisMiss
Cecil In a tin f resignation "as I
have made tin my mind lomairyadiike.
Therefore this exiellent Joung squlro
win no iH-neaui my notice."
I think we had better go and sneak
to jour t'ncle (liegory nlnnit this
move" remarks Mis. divers presenti)-.
"You will both come witli me glrlsV"
I his is said so hopefully Unit neither
girl ran Hud It in her heait In refuse.
"Oil. jes of roiirse dearest!" replies
"Well I do hope mamma he will not
be primed and loadi d n itli evil thoughts
of us this time." Hills Cecil. "Do von
remember our last visit- how he storm
ed and laved until llounieaiid joiiweie
nearly in teais. and I was In a wicked
rage? And all ulmnta very Innocent
llltle trip to the Kensington Miim-iiiii
with Sir Sidney Walcotir
I remember." answers .Mrs. Hlvers.
ltomile ginwsa shadcpalcr.aiiil heals
her lingers liupatleiitlj against the edge
of the table near her.
He is liiirdeuisl with it terrible sense
of propriety" she oliM-nes after a mo-
ment or tun. "lie Is a main prude.
iid the Major Is alnass telling lilm
stoiies about us In the hope that Maria
may bo piefened tons at last. You
know she Is some suit of distant eon
liectiou and might bo easily magullled
Into a set mid cousin with a claim to
any loose nioilej that might be going."
I shall lull upon .Mai hi some ilai.
and lend her in pieces" sajs Cecil. "I
shall Indeed mamma. Then- Is little
use in appealing In what j mi me pleased
tn call 'nil better seir. "
"Let us mi and see I'uele (iiegoiy to
day and speak to him. and get it oier"
savs Itoiune. ilceisiw-lv
"Ves do let us" ci ies Cecil
And so it is niiauged.
About live je.irs lielore the Honor-
able Mrs. Itiieis had been lell a widow
Willi two litlle gnls and Inconsiderable
foi tune. When only seventeen she had
mauled the joungerson of an Impecu-
nious earl and therefore on her hus-
band's death fuiiud herself possessed
of few worjdly goods hcjoud her pen.
slon and a rinall sum bequeathed toher
by a maiden aunt j Hei iincle.Slrfireg-
or) (iimile all nil bachelor holding
eccenliie views ol 'ille generally and
the poiM-swu- ol a !aue l'oitiine that
hud hi en amass! I in India had come
to her rescue an I. though a crntchetj-
dlsagieeable old fellow In many ways
had Bettled upon hera latherhandsome
allowance to be continued or discon-
tinued at his good pli-.isilie.
I his allowance however was Imliil-teu-dtohcrby
sundry scoldings de-
livered at odd Intel vals and much un-
called for adiiee about "the girls" who.
as they grew up were fuquently de-
clined by their giiinduucle tube too
much for their mother who plainly did
notgo the r ght way to control tlieiu.
lie furthernioie gave it as his op nam
tliat they ought tn be kept In subjec-
tion. All these hints and innuendoes did
not help to endear S.r (ircjnryto his
grandn'ei-cs. thoiuh Iheie was still an-
other prison who. If pissdile was
moro object unable in the rslght. This
was all old fr end ot t.imr uncle's a
swarthy Anglo-Indian named Major
.lervls about sixty je.us of age. lie
had been a so-called Iriend Indeed of
the whole family for many j ears and
under that name had managed to make
himself partlcitku ly olmoxous both to
lUinnle and Cecil Hivers who had taken
little pains to d sgulse their dislike
and by chilling replies mid remaiks
which sometimes bnideied upon im-
pertinence had let him know what they
thought of lilm. These signs and tok-
ens of ill-will had of course been no-
ticed by the Major mid tieasuied up In
his memory to be repaid foiirlold
should occasion offer lie had one
daughter n eeitalu Maria Louisa on
whom he had centered all his ambitious
hopes. Sho was tolciahly good-looking
and to marry her to rank and
wealth.or even wealth without tho rank
was tho dream nf the Major's life.
Just at this time he had for her In
his mind a )ni unexceptionable hi
every respect and onlj awaited the op-
poittinlty to thiow her In his way.
Maria Louisa wliii was well known to
the Itlvers gills was very distasteful to
them principally pcih.ips because they
attributed to her father the meanness
of retailing to their llncle Gregory all
tho stories he heaul of them simple
stories enough In themselves but when
distorted and exaggerated black as
To-day nsMrs. Itlvers and her daugh-
ters enter the library in the handsome
house In Cromwell ltii.nl that rails
Gregory Growlo master thoy'llnd their
uncle stretched upon a sofa with one
leg well bandaged and a rather sour ex-
pression upon his cadaverous counte-
nance. "Glad you felt It jour duty to rnmn
to see mo even at the eleventh hour."
lie says unpleasantly "One might bn
dead and buried forall one's relations
would carol l'eihaps Indeed you
would prefer seeing me buried lint
"'Trust her not sho isfoollug theo'"
quotes Miss Cecil In a low time to
Honnlo who can hardly suppress a
"Dear uncle" says Mrs. Hlvers. who
is really distressed not liav ng heard of
his Illness "I had no Idea you weie laid
up again with jour old enemy"
She is plainly alluding to the gout
which Is a devoted adiieieut of Uncle
Giegory's. Indeed he Is a per cu
inartjr to It m I it does not help to
sn retell his temper.
"If we had known of It. the girls and
I would have In -u hem lo.i-j a -n In n-
quire after jnn." .. 10:1111 1 1 m a
To to Continued In
The onlv clKnretle which do not
stick to the lips are Opera i'liur.
COAL FUEL ETC.
COAL I COAL!!
Eagle Pass Coal Com'y
Best Coal In the Market
for the Money.
tff"IV are ready to supply all demand for
3ul. Teli-pliom. Xo. PC I.AIIATTA 111.
.1. i:. LAIIATT HoloARCHt.
Al.oat Halt Ho
JOHN P 0 LEARY
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
trr.MI work llrst elii.sund iruuralitci-d
ltal.ll.lic! In 1S.VI.I
H tloloroail street 1-etween Slain
and Military llazas.
Live Stock Exchange
lllIlllMU OK INHIKMATION.
26 and 28 Main Plata Ntar French Building.
Urire Mini fine Hue nf Full nnd Winter Snm
m tilth will K' onlen-il t
HcpiilrliiK promptly dune
W. M. PRIES
C. E. Jones&Co.'s Patent
II llelU lias LlKlilers llurirlnr and Flm
A tin in TcIcKrnphs Kte.
Repairing attended to.
OIlico Si; llnwlcSlrcct .Sun Alili.lilo Tela
Yeramendi Garden and Bar!
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
HOT FREE LUNCH FROM 10 TO 12 M
IO UAMKKN CO
U A. Joiinsion. II. M. Cakkoi.i.
Dr8. Johnston & Carroll
Thank their pntropg and tho public penernlly
for the lliieritl patron a heretofore phm
prenent dull ttmr. they will do work at their
oRlco 2D West Commit- Stft Up Sllrs Hi
limit uwintr in in
floM Filling (smalt Blzo) 1 00
CI old Fillinci (medium) 300
AuiAlcfttii or SlUcr 1 00
Clennliiff Trttth from 9 1 to 9 00
Ktriw:ttB;Trtli . . .froinfiOoto 1 On
A 1 other work In proportion. SntlHfHetfon
CORKER HOUSTON STREET ARO AVENUE E.
Special attention irlventotho inanuracturlnir
of Carriages lluirtrlcs and Wukoiis In all lis
branches. Also lo 8II0KIN0 Or 1101131:8.
N. II. ralntliiK.TrlnimtuK and Itepalrtno- on
liort notice. All I usk Is a trial.
crXb.olntely Koiele' !
.MOKttVmiluclie to lleallli
in Hie w orld.
Prices and Torins Satisfactory !
('nil and cikiii lie It. ror.uU- only In fun
W. G- ERPS
Avenue II IIik IcThlrd Wnrdll-uldloHiliiK
C. V. FROMMER
Opp Courtliouso - - San Antonio
All kinds or lllndlnir and III linn dm e with
noilliess. iiiirnnillly and ill. paten
Coiniict't Jon In prlcos d.Uid.
Mlscoltanoous Advortlsomonts. i
No. 2)1 Commerce Utreet
Silver and Plated Yare
Witt el H and .Inwelry rt'pn'n-'l. t'lmrtren
rcawimttile. v ttke prt-aiiita ii ftnwlntt t mi r
vi". and piirc'iaM-rn urn hulled lo eall.
Hiitltiriietlun Kii'iriiuteed. I--4-I)
The Turner Hall Orctestra
Is mvilj to furnl.li imi.lc for Halls llermaiK.
Ildi... UiHl.llinrs I'micerta etc. Al-o l-laiiii
and Flute lessons will Im-IsiiiiIii rurfilrllier
liiluriiiullon aidjr tu
JOE MCALLISTER I "Her.
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Real Estate and Loan
Ouncral Air out for Adama & Wlckec' Iota an-
I m proved property In all parta or tho city
Special attention paid to Undi la SoutbweH
OHIce i7.I Wv$t (.'onimerre ntn t.
LAND DEALERS AND AGENTS.
Roal Estate and Agency Business
Ti Icplione .No. rl.
Excelsior Planing Mills
Contractors and Bulldors.
Sash Doors Blindc
IVIUIo Sii-li. Ilisirs mid llllods liuulc
il ice. rk-nill aalnv Turnliiir l;le .
mince t llliniru speclini).;
OI FH I: AMI MII.I.i
Travis St. Cor. Avos C and D.
AN ANTONIO TI-.XAS.
Auction ani Gommission
Merchants Ucul Eitato AKcrtg Ami
sla-ninenu or aell them at prlvatoaulv or at
miction at No. 7 Weal llouoton street Comal
Alo P.. opKilloTlill.l Wunl School.
White Sewing Machine.
All Kind. or
hand it luruo slock of NciMIca oils uuil nil
Kino or ailiieliineiit. and iniichllio supplies
.Id al Ilie loel pilcis. 11 UMm
BIRNGRUBER &. CO.
Lager Beer Saloon
34 South Alamo Street.
2rFlno Lunch uvery day with nl
the delicacies of the lesson. IO-Mn
THE ALAMO CITY
Short - Hantl and Tyjie-WritiBE
Han ntonlo Tt'x
Two Brothers Saloon
Corner Commerce and Alamo Streets
1 1 1! I I.NIO Itl.Of'K.
Keep the HmitlmiM)rted Wines. Cham
patent's and M'liiorn. Hpec-UltleB In the line
I'mnili of Doiuetftlo and Imported Cltrun-
Come and eo ri rut-class irentlemen'ii r
nrt. Kfnn lumh dal at Id o'clock n m.
M lll.ItWKi K
E. A. SEFFEL & CO
8I0N ANII KUI-.SI.C
Landscapes Decorative and Art Wort
VINE 8IUN8 A 81'Kl)IAI.TV
use palntlnir Ktazlnir an
nv to tho business nrom
and satisfaction guaranteed.
SHOP AND OKFICBl
N. Alamo St. Opp. Jonko Bros.
SAM ANTONIO TKXAS t-Myr
Golfon W. Bolton
Take the Lead
In Furnishing all Kinds of
Nl'W And SECOND HAND.
Bear in Mind. Our Prices
Parlor Bed-Room Kitchen
Dining Room &
We Carry a Large Stock of
ilassware Cutlery Cooking & Heating Stoves
Carpets Matting Lamps Mirrors
Sowing Machines Fire Proof Safes Violins Banjos
and other Musical Instruments. Sheet Music 75
Per Cent off List. Fine Oil Paintings in heavy
Guilt Frames as Low as $1.50 a Piece.
And we Guarantee Satisfaction to all Our Patrons.
Colton & Bolton
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
Nos. 2 4. 6 West Houston Street
W-. i:. riPIIINUAI.I.
W. B. SPRINGALL & CO.
oFi-ici: -sn F.iiiot'sroN sntnirr. Ti:M:rnoNrNo.&.
Terms cash on delivery. Delivery prompt.
j. w. iiiiaiii.i: v
Real Estate Exchange
402 East Houston Stroot "3 an Antonio Texas.
City Properties and Large 'Bodies of Land a Specialty.
IVIII llii)- and Hell L iu 1.. It Inches and City
alilochaorcs. '1'iln-s p li.l In all p iris of llm -1'tle. I
tended to and adeueral Land liustness Transacled.
CITY DRUG STORE'
8 COMMERCE STREET SAN AKTOMIO. TEXAS.
arofiillv i i up mil lo I ut all h
HARRY L. FOWLER
li o :eniMm to incilunoTiniHf k co.1
14 W. Houston St. San Antonio.
Pure Drugs Medicines Combs Brushes
Fancy Toilet Articles Etc.
Prescription n spt-clrtlty Qo'xH nrderinl by Telephone Del I vc rod to Any I'art of. tne
city. Telephone Vo. :ty. Homoeopathic Phnrmncy In Connection. M-iy
JAS. D. DEVINE
24 Solodad St. One Door North of Courtliouso San Antonio.
tr.'nrn)i on hand n Mil and fronh toclc ofnnurn. Chemloala and Toilet Article and
everth.iur tnuiiliy round In a tlrit-elim druu utoro. Prescription. will ho wade peclnltr
mid prepared ut all hours with uaro nnd dlnpittch. CrTelephonoNu.27fl.
nirCURF3-Xtphthertr Croup Athm DronobltH Nfnrlgt Hhtatnktltm Eleedtnff at thi Iitmi-g.
lLoarwnaia.tnnueniA.laKoklnKCough.WliooplDffCoush Cturrli Cholera Morbut.Uy.timery Cbronln
Ul.rrhoo-. )t)dny Trouble tUaptlbiwt. Pamphlet free. jjr.I.B Johnton St Co. BoiUnMui.
MAKE HENS LAY
ny othtfltnd. Illi
tirbrnaooaUlniUunpa 8 1-4 lb alr-tichl
Six ooa by aspre prepaid for $0.00
FOR JOB PRINTING
Call at the San Antonio LCUfflce
useful Household Goods
are Lower than ever on
Off ice Furniture
Nut and Egg.
UAIlOEUmn Vl UnrnDTPTTV I
UUUOlillUUU DUL.U1U1U11 1 ! 1
The uudurslancd males a specialty otriuttlnK up
Electric Burglar Alarm Bells Call and Door Bells
.. N. (lH()rjilKi:CK Notarr Publlr
for Texas and Mexico
Property on Commission. Lands BUudlvlds
r lori prumptlr dollvorod.
Noothr)lkethratnth world. Wilt i
i b Ibuikful.
Zk9 it 11 'ur'.
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 2, Ed. 1, Monday, January 4, 1886, newspaper, January 4, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144733/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .