San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 352, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 2, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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IV. D. Ilort Co. Wholesale an U
HrutKlltlof Home ta says I Wehevetlwa
rclllnr lr. Klmr-! Now lfKoorory MwWW
lllltcn and llucklen' Arnica Balr Itor two
roars. Havo novcr handled rcmedlesekal t
o well or Biro such universal satMltaHoa.
Thcro havo been some wonderful cure m-
reeled by those medicines Inthfscrty. BerenJ
casea of nionnunccd oonanmotlon hare MM
Faint Tour Roofs.
H havlnr your roofs painted well titer wit
last three timet as locjr and stops up all the
flaw anil small holes thereby preventing
kai. during tho storm and raini or tho com-
mie winter months. Orders left with mo at
the corner of Avenue R and Houston stroet
will tw promptly and satisfactorily done. Also
all klndi of house sign and carrUgo painting
entirely cured by thd ulo of a few MHtoa of
tlnn with Klnflrln Il!flir
them always. Bold bT A. Dreltt.
Volume VI. Number 352.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1888.
Only $5 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
WANT TO BE T110KOUOII1A'
POSTED ON NKW
Fall and Winter Goods
GET SOME SOLID INFOIIM ATION FltOM
They have one of the Finest and Largest Stock of
Goods ever before brought to this market.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS I FINE STYLES!!
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains !
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Knmpmann Prosldont -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
Gigantic Stock in
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED
Merchants advortlso in various
ways such as "Selling Oat at
Cost" "Damaged G oods" etc. try-
ing to gull tho publio that thoy
possess peculiar advantages by
which they lire enablod to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the samo timo selling at a good
profit. Thoy perpetuato a fraud
on a generous publio by offering a
lower grado of goods which arc
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improvo tho
quality and make of goods and to
sell them at a reasonable profit
giving each customer his money's
worth in each purchase. In fol-
lowing out this courso I have
been successful and am proud to
Bay my business has increased
each year and is now
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment of
the Kind in
N. A. Corner Main Plaza.
Otto Koohler Sec. and Monaoi
TO THE GENTS DEPARTMENT
Inducements In all departments.-
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
From all Tarts of tho Olobe Con.
densod and Boiled Down.
Sullivan re-elected lord mayor of
Dublin and O'Keefc. mayor of Miner-
Ick. bave pledged themselves to accept
no honors at Uueen Vlo'a bands during
II ackstone. discount clerk of Canal
National bank at Portland Maine has
Kour car loada of mules eft Kvlo for
Meuinhla vesterday. Several car loada
of boraca have lately gono Into Ucorgla
anu returna arc quite tatiaiaciory.
Malor J. K. Hector of Kyle la dead.
after a lingering lllneta. lie waa burled
at noon today.
The rumored advance of 23 tier cent In
bituminous coal la denied by all tbe big
coal men of Ohio and 1'cnnaylvanln.
Laredo ofllcera made a haul of four
cattle thieves and threo notorious smug-
glers up the river yesterday.
J. C. Cannon the b i mild er. of Tav-
lor baa gone under. Liabilities about
1 12000; assets $3600.
A relief assessment of 23 ccnta per
member has been levied upon all mem-
bera of the K. of I..
Four hundred K. of I assembled at
Chicago and denounced the sentencing
of the anarchlsta aa an outrage on free
speech and free assemblies of the peo-
ple. The Amalgamated Iron and Steel
Worker will not Join the K. of 1..
Archbislion Walsh. IIioukIi nt lint
ahooked and grieved at the anti-rent
movement of tnu Irish league haa be-
come convinced of Ita necessity and
equity. lie tbinka social order In Ire-
land depends upon tho success of the
Ocn. Qurzonl. secretary and biog
rapher to Uarlbaldl la dead.
llaron SeckendorlTs death renorted
f esterday was Induced by brain soften-
ng caused by over study In high math-
ematics. Ex-Secretary Chandler write a
long letter explanatory of the Arthur-IJlaTne-Edmunds
relations between these men was not
suspended aa reported only soiuuwhnt
strained. Edmunds' late letter how-
The four negro murderers of George
Tafle whose dead body waa found In tbe
Indian Nation near Ited Illver last Sun-
day have been lynched after confessing
that the deed was done to hide a crime
committed by them of which TaUe had
Mcl.ano replies to the petition of tho
Paris municipal council for the Chicago
bomb throwers atsurlng them that
men are not punished In America
for political offences but only for i.otor-
loua Crimea. The petition will be for-
warded to Oglesby.
Anattemnt was made to burn uu Tem
ple on tbe night of November 30. The
lire waaaet but the ollleers were on the
alert and ono of the Incendiaries refus-
ing to stop when called upon was shot
dead In his tracks.
Galveston has all her hlgh-hceled
shoes on waiting for December 23 when
that dlvlne-dollar-deity Pattl appears
Interest due on the Heading railroad
securities was not paid at maturity yes-
terday. Cortes has unanimously voted an ex
tra credit or $19000000 to Improve tbe
navy tbe principal part to be devoted
to the purchase of torpedo boats and
cruleera. Tbe money la to be raised by
the sale of state forests and other gov-
During the past week thcro havo been
SO cases of cholera and ten deaths from
It at the Infantry barracks at Belgrade.
A settlement has been effected be
tween the cigar manufacturers of
Havana and their employe! and work
baa again been resumed.
Orover has tbe rheumatism and Iscon-
lined to his room.
The czar has accented the resignation
of M. DeUlers. forelg.i minister and ap-
Eointed as his successor Prince I.a-
anofl. A St. Louis erndloate Is to establish
an immense cattle ranch In Mexico ot
1.260.000 acres. It will be located In
what Is known as the free zone. State of
Uhinuanua and win cost $ououoo.
In tho Spanish chamber of deputies
tho government presented a bill provid-
ing for trial by Jury.
Tbe pope has Invited the editors of the
Catholic papers throughout the world
to send their publications regularly to
tbe press olllcoof tbe Vatican.
Prince Alexander will como to Eng
land to atlond tbe baptism of the Infant
son of Prince and Princess Henry of
Emperor William received the presi
dent and new president of tbe relohs.
tagwsucnan impressive manner tuai
the deputies were Impressed with the
physical and Intellectual vigor with
wblcb Emperor William delivered bis
Tbe anti-saloon temperance conven
tion of New York In session at Cortland
changed Its name to tho Now York
State Temperance HepuMlcau associa
tion and the opinion was cxprosscd by
a ueiegaie mat it wouiuin uo to pan
der too muou 10 tue prouiDiiion parry.
Tbe engine of tbe Central uo-traln
from Oalveston exploded Its boiler near
siouaue in uastrop oouniy.mning ioun
nan lue uroman.
It la announced that James O. Dlalne.
Jr. haa secured a position on the stall of
toe I'liispurg limes.
The total occupation tax ot Bexar
county amount to u4tsu.zo or which
amount liquor ueatcrs pain iuyuu.
Itexar county beads the list for timt-
class merchants (those asseesed for over
$100000 stock of merchandise) having
A drunken netrro. at a private danclncr
partym Austin trying to kiss a young
wuiie isuy causeu a sensation.
The fourth story of tbe new capltol
win soon oe unoer way.
Id Paris. France a young elrl named
Brittany was horribly tortured to death
by ber sisters who thought she was pos
sessed oi a revu.
A Fatal Ride.
A passenger from Del Hlo reports that
when the California train arrived at Del
ltlo on Monday a man was seen to roll
oil tbe top of a fruit car and was soon
afterwards found mangled anddeatl.hav-
Ing been run over by tbe cara. Tbe
man la unknown and there are do
means of Identifying mm. It la sun
posed that be la a tramp and tbat be
boarded tba train at Han Antonio or
aome Intervening point. Intending to
Ed. Dwyer hat been admitted to
praouoe at toe leuerai court.
Kloctlon or Olllccra.
Fire Company No. 1 elected the fol-
lowing new ollleers last nlgbt:
Foreman II. Collinann.
Assistant E. Monger.
Secretary Alf. O. Schlhl.
Treasurer Krlsob Sr.
Finance Committee Joe Schmltt E.
X.lnsmeyer and S. Wolfnon.
Chief Duerler was recommended for
re-election as chief of the lire department.
ALAMO IIHKCOUIMNY NO. 2.
Foreman Win Ilocfllnir Sr.
Assistant Foreman C. Zuiohla?.
Secretary F C. Hsuclsen.
Treasurer ('. Degen Sr.
Assistant Engineer Win. Hoefllng
Stoker Win Nixon.
Hose Director Wm. SlniiM.
I'lpu Director -C. Degen.Jr.
1'ollce Caotaln Win. Wurzbach.
Finance Committee Oeo Dullnlg.
Sr. Dan Marx Wm. Hooding Jr.
tor i;mer or nre Department 11.
The Mission Hose coinnanv met last
night but owing to some misunderstand
ing there was not a full number of mem-
bers present and the election of ofllcera
The Sunset Hose company met laat
night and elected the following olllccra:
foreman .101111 lavanaugn.
Assistant Foreman Henry Hitter.
General Secretary Charlea Weiss
Financial Secretary Albert Jacobs.
Treasurer Ed. Dillon.
Hose Director Claud Howard.
I'ine Directors Charles Itlsche. John
1'ollce Captain Mike Courtney.
Finance Committee Charles Itlsche.
ames Carr Thomns Modee.
For Chief II.. I. Mauermnnn.
The Mule lleaontcd It.
Yesterday morning as John Esterley
as chanulitu his mulo ut the Flores
treet end of the San Pedro oar line the
mule resented the interference by plant-
ing his hind feet on John's shoulder
sending him spinning n considerable dta-
ance. The mule la not injured nuLionn
a and will have to stay In his room for
CRUELTY TO CHILDREN.
The congn gntlon of the First Baptist
church held their ini nthly business meet-
ing or conference last night nt the
'irst Baptist church; it greater number
of members than usual wero present as
business or importance was to ue trans-
acted itev. Dr. Ilackctt 'acted as mod
erator and after tbe service of prayer
ami piaise were gone inrougn wnn ine
report of the committee of live Mesir.
Holland nane jiuuure AycocK anu
Tyleron the recent charges made by Mr.
Frank Edwards against Deacon Brock-
way and his wife ohnrgltig them
with wanton cruelty to their children
was read. The committee reported that
after a month's diligent Inquiry and in-
vestigation by them they had found the
charges sustained In every particular.
rue report went on to enumerate
wherein the charges of cruelty were sus
tained such as unduo puuishment ofMr.
It's daughter Miss Kate now Mrs.ltlne-
goldfor small acts of disobedience wben
a child Dy whipping anu hanging up oy
the thumbs to tho bed posts etc. but
the reading ot the report was out short
and the Deacon In question arose and
made a full acknowledgement of the un
christian charges declaring they wero
true out mat ontu no anu wue were
deeply sorrowful and saw their error
and begged the pardon and mercy of
tbelr fellow members. After a lively dis-
cussion pro and con by both aldea of the
coniereuoc it waa ueciueu 10 accept ine
report of tho committee and to grant
tbe mercy of the church to the accuaed.
The meeting lasted until after 10
o'clock. At tbe beginning of the meet-
ing one of tbe members a doctor Tyler
proposed a resolution to invite an non-
mo tubers of tbe church present to seats
or standing room outside tbe church
Dtiiiuing was proposed anu voted on.
Tho result or the vote stood a majority
voted no to the resolution and wben
tbe yeas on It were called for one soli-
tary yea answered given by tbe pro
poser oi ine resolution i ne resolution
was tabled but prior to tbe tabling of It
all non-members bad gracefully with-
drawn. Doath of a Young Wire.
The voting wife of Mr. T. A. Conner.
of the Wells-Fargo Express company's
offlocs in this city died at her residence
on upper Soledad street tbls morning at
3:30 o'clock after a abort illness from
consumption rue lunerai takes place
from the residence this afternoon at 4
Deceased was married to Sir. Conner
but a few abort months and before mar
rlage was a Miss Louise Stevens daugh
tcroiine late snerin Stevens ana sis
ter or Constable Ed. Stevens She was
young lovable and loving was an obe
dient daughter a rond sister and true
wife and nad not tne ravages or tno
dread malady wblcb carried her to her
gravu made too great inroads lor ner re.
coverv. would bave made a grand worn
an anu a loving motuer. ine young
husband In his great bereavement has
the sympathy ot hosts or friends tbe
A Church Wedding.
Yesterday at the Madison Square
church we witnessed one or the nicest
little weddings there has been for some
time in nan Antonio aitss i.ouise mil
obeli daughter or Cant. Jno
Mitchell was married by the Iter. Dr
Soudder to Arthur Austin Brlgbaru ot
The church was decorated for the oc
casion by some or tbe young members or
tne congregation ine uorai arcu oetng
remarkably pretty. The bridegroom
was attended by Mr. Godwin Mitchell
and the bride by her lather.
The guestt wero too numerous to
After the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Brlgbam left en route for St. Louis
Philadelphia. New York and Europe.
The Lioht wishes them an eudleat
Again Under Arrest.
Mra. Pate who recently had Mrs
Kaufman arrested for an attempt to
muruer ucr onno nas again nan ner ar-
rested upon a obarge of stealing a pah
of earrings valued at $5. which were
round pawned with Emerson and which
It la alleged wra pledged by tbe ac-
cused. Mra.JCautman who Is confined
to ber room by sickness waa arrested
yesterday and released at onoe upon a
1600 bond. The examination In this case
will take place In Justice Barnes' court
on i riaay aueruoon.
Prof. Tereltsohke baa been appointed
hlstographer of Fruaals to succeed tbe
isie rroi. von nance.
Tho Oreat Kmotlonul Arttato Appenrn In
Turner Opera House and Captures
Miss Ijiulsa lialfe and thcrcforo her advent
as watched liy the critical wil h cinalil-
Intorctt. Mlas llalfo appeared at the
r MM-ra house In "llatfmar" last iiio-tit
.lajrlnii the title mlc. The plar It lcclilr.Hr a
troimnne. Ihiilllnir. Inlerr.llnir and oNum.l-
Ina-tilth dramallo scenes that add In Ita ef-
fect. Tho support all round Is gond. but It Is
essentially a play where the Interest Is ci-n.
tred In tho star. Much was exiiected and tho
not illsapiHiinted. nevei
lliero a more realistic tmrtralt of
sentcd on Inn staire. Whether
mar" as tho Joyous irlrl
LMl Of II
rl Jealous of her reputation
'anir emotion and 11
but tho helaht nt her artistic ciccllcnoo Is
reached when buratlnir will acorn alio lead
'erclvniny Assumou couuetrjr to tell hli
ii f In tucti h war bi to t
iAiv. rhamilnir form and a aweet and eli
powcrotrrtlic atnllence waa Imtncnso. The
oopio lAupiieu nno wept win ner lorKCllinir
he actress In tho realism or tho ctiariuMt-r.
1 he irreat artiste whs enthusiast Icalljr
personation of "laird t'astli ton" was natural
s plar and San Antoido should
ncrlls of this charming- and uierttoroua
?a by QlllnirTurnerUpera house to over
Hoi'TimiN Hotel. II W Jonua Mexico;
rsKtl Dnrmin and children and Mr. fl II
Hodtfcs. Kncfnal! It W McKtnun. tVilitmlm.f
Theur'clli M Iledwlir; U A llrncklnr. ladr
id child anus J Davidson. I.ulloit: John a
hlte. ranch! J T tlnrnitiain. fortius f'hM.tl-
S 1 ilulan J II Chapman It Uutililc M M
llnrnsbr It II Mathews. T II llunton J It
Ulockcr and O I' Assinann Ausllu; (I M
rancN.Tarlort MA Wither taickhartt I H
Sewcll Seirulu: WmO Ix-o llelrolt.Mlcht A t'
I Miss ijxzlo Smith. Teiarkatial It n
Wilson Handera: J I.Suimun Do Witt; N tl
I II II
Alabama: It V H'.lTt Dallas; I'
a: It F Itttiert. Dallas: I'erev Mallett
J Stellerwald. II (1 Smolder. M k lllakt Iv
New Vork; ll Sanchez S Sanchez J U Xlchol
Irirlnlai II tlelsler. Now Iln
lllliran aud child New IJrlcatv; v K Mllltr.
Content: II W Walker. Missouri I'aclllc rail-
a: J A Martin lion. ton John Howes Hal-
r0H STRICT COMMISSIONLR.
I hereby announce myself n. a oandljati
forro-electlon to thnolllco of Stleet Commis-
sioner I ask for no commendation other
than my work In this city and If re-elected 1
John C was iL'fll
TOR CITY COLLECTOR
ideralirnod most respectfully
Fiteu. C. Haukiskn.
To tho Voters of tho City of Htm Antonio:
out rt'ffect fully miiiouiipu ni)Kolf hi ii
Into for tho nouitlon of Htrtet t'nrninln
ilorwratthecHJtnlnifclty election nnd prom-
Ine If elected to work to tho lct Interent of
havers. Aikinjr your nearly support at
iflot I hiii( respectfully
Jah.T. A. IIowman.
The members of Section C32. Kmlow-
tuent Hank. K. 1'. are hereby notllled
that assessment for December u now
ue and must be paid before the 10th:
also alt quarterly duo must be pnld be-
in ary i ic
T. U. Johnson Secretary.
The medical lirm of Drs. Weathers
Havs bas been dissolved by mutual con
sent. Dr. Weathers still continues tbe
practlco ot progressive medicine making
a specialty of chronlo diseases and dis
eases oi women anu oniiuren. u-autii
Testimony of a Physician.
lleecher M. I). or Slgournoy Iowa
For aovoral years I havo beon uslnir a
Cough llalsatn called Dit. IULt'a IIalham
rolt the fUf.aa anil In almost overy caso
throug-hout my practlco I have hail success. I
inco tno uaya oi ray army practlco tiwi.0
surgeon oi iionpnat no. i uiuis-
Qentlemen. youths and bovs wanted to
Inspeot try on and purchase one ot
inose nauusome winter suns oi reauy-
made clothing at I.. Wolfsoa's White
Elephant ciotnirureniporium. notwith
standing tbe Immense and constant
drain by the large dally sales which
keep tne large nuruoer oi salesmen in
constant employment Mr. Wolf son
keeps anu adds daily supplies to tne
same and no establishment In tbe south
has as magnificent an assortment In
style variety or duality as to tnske up
price or otuerwise man tnis esiaiutsa-
ment. mere nas aiso just oecn openea
ud a large atook of winter overcoats.
wnicn lor low prre anu line quality oi
material and general make-up recom-
mend themselves to every gentleman
who wishes to be well protected during
tho cold weather. Don't fall tonavthe
wnue f.iepnant doming establishment
a visit ana rusne your purensse.
Wedding and Reception.
Tbe wedding ot Mr. Will Qaston to
Miss Morris last evening at St. Mary's
Catholic church was well attended by
tue many irienas oi me onue anu groom
Alter tne oeremonv ine ortual nariv
ceedetl to the residence or Mr and
I . Jones on Soledad street where tbe
contrratuiationa of tueir friends were re
ceive" anil a reception waa neiu alter
which refreshments ot oysters wines
eakes and other good things were
served. The presents to tbe bride form
a list too lengtby lor publication.
all tho III which llmli la heir to." and
fi purchase only such romodlea as arorollablo
speclQcs for certain classes or disease For
would think ot buyimr a oouirli uodlalnolc
euro syphilis? Yet there are hundreds of
"nostrums' thrust upon us dally with such
claims. Tho manufaoturora of Acker's Wood
Kllilr do not claim that it will euro every.
tains uui poBiuyoiy iruaranieo 11 10
Ban Antonio Tex
Alamo Beer Baloon
Situated on Alamo plaza next to the
old Alamo building Tbls will be a pop-
ular resort for ohess or domino clubs as
Mr U. Basse tbti proprietor will be on
nana ana reauy to attend their wants-
Finest brands of cigars always on hand.
ii -j-bu-imo u uissi rroprioior
THIS CHANCE I
Uolieard of Prices in Dry GoodsWe are Determined to Hake Qir
Prices So Low That
M fAdlcs Cloak .
10 lilies' Dciltnnni
Id) Wraps (I merer
ktiuU all new
Very Vtyllsh tines
phi.-n uriM'iR nniiiH pnuttrns .wij. n yarn
Alf'Vool Htipi-r l.itrti . . ?5u. a yard
llruraitls t'lirpits only tit. a art
At loo vr )ard Worth -k)
Vor'i'io. per yard IlandMimts . Worth Otc.
For 7So. per ard All-Wool (loods
old nerywherv at f I Ul
BE SURE TO
IIlS &: Of P1II1I11I
212 and 2H COMMERCE STREET. "?rr"-;
And look at our Immense
And now is your time to lay in your supplies at
prices to suit the times. I buy lor cash only and am
thus enabled to sell at prices that defy competition.
COME AND INSPECTIMY STOCK'.OF I
Fireworks Fire CracKers
Swiss American and Holland Cheese
Of i Viirioty Too Numerous to Mention anil nt all Prices.
DON'TFAIL TO CALL AND SEE ME AT
PIPER & SCHULTHESS
Nos. 8 10 12 14 Yturri and 249 Market Sts.
METAL MLS MB FENCE WIRES
UarlMMl and Smooth Annealed Tainted and
rsu-ei. wue) uopr
Ties Improved for Hay llallnir Presses. Avcntsforthe
following well known manufacturers and goods:
CAMBRIDGE ROOPING COMPANY'S
id ftteol ltoottnir aud Sldtnir. Iron Ore.
RIVERSIDE - GAFE - RESTAURANT.
SIMMANG & HAMPEL Proprietors.
LmiicIi and Meals
AT AIX HOU11S.
ltugs Carpets Maltlrurs.
There has lust been received and
opened at L. Wolfson's tho grandest as
sortment 01 une carpets consisting oi
tbe moat beautiful patterna In body
Iiruasela Uruasels Ingrain and two and
three ply's; these are acoompanled by
suitable matchea In patterna colors and
general make-ups of mats and rugs of art
sizes not toiorget a large assortment oi
crumb cloths for dining-room purposes
Makfiigand combining tbe assortment
and Various patterns tbe largest In tbe
southwest. In eonnectlon with tbls It
should not be forgotten tbat a new sup-
ply of about two hundred rolla of mat-
tin irs. plain check and fanor. In dif
ferent colors to ault the taate of tbettnoat
rastldlous specially wben tbe inquiring
purchaser ascertains the low ortoes ai
whloh these goods are oflered. Parties
wishing or In want of carpets mattings
or other goods to cover parlor dining or
bed-room floorssboold never fall to first
Bulgarians are slnoerely daalroua of
peace ana minx senousiyoi asmngsome
American to taae iu turoui.
Everybody Can Biy.
U Men's Suits only left for 4 80
Itoyi Kults very Trry cheap only. i AO
M no (lentit CtMioifre Suits only. t 00
pplondld Men's Orercoats only. . . 100
fromtl'66'to I as
I.odli' Knit Vets..
Children'. Knit Vesta
dents' Knit Btilrts.
Genu" Pancy bulla .
Bargains before you buy.
Galvanized! Fence Staples Patent oaoo Stays
lira in 40. iron rig Lead Bolder
Toola and Machtnerv. Httml ltallnr
Paints o.; tTnlon Metalllo Cart;
I Oyster Fish Game
WllfiN IN SEASON.
Remember tho Concert
To be given tor the benefit of the First
kindly consented to give one of her but
recitations. This alone will ba wortb
doubly the prloe ot tbe tloket. Also the
quartette of the San Antonio Rifles will
sing. Tbe mere mention or this wilt at-
tract a large number or friends of tbe S.
On Wednesday evening Deoember 1
Albert Zeutil and Miss Uermlno Html
were .married at tbo residue of tho
bride- parents on Mill street. Boa.
Judge Wunbach performing tho oera-
mony in dis usual impressive raanotr.
A largo gathering of relatives suttl
friends wero revealed with a boabtsfal
upper and many bumpera of susukltaw'
wine was drank to Use futaft happlesw
and prosperity of tke wide and groeai
An Immense array of twaatltul pne-
enti attested the frtoseawp of Mr
Tbe future home of Mr. at MM. ZeMht
will be In Mew Berlin. ' '
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 352, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 2, 1886, newspaper, December 2, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth145017/m1/1/: accessed July 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .