San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 348, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 22, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Paint Tour Room.
r your roofs painted w
Mr. U Dleuel.loar and ravorablr known aa
ono of Pan Antonio's enterprising cltlaenahaa
removed hla bakerr from No. South Alamo
street to No. 20 Bnuth Alamo etreet when ke
will hereafter bo round anil iradf to airpvlx
hla eostoincra and tho publlo aeneTallr. wlta
II klndi of bread t and .rcrjlhlns; In
hla line. Mr. Dleiaelbr his ontlrtn effort
hat built up a One bualuoss and deserve ta
patronaffo of tbe pubUo. 19-lMm
flkw and am1l hnlnav. thrbv tiroretitln
leas durlnir tbo storm and rains of tho coin
inir winter months. Orders left with tne at
the corner of Avenuo K and Houston street
will hutimmnllr Hnd Jttflfactnr.lr done Also
all klndi of house slirn and cari-lago painting
uesi materia i
Volume VI Number 348.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1888.
Only $5 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
Chronle grumblers always find tlmea bad They fall to
seelhattbe fault I es with themselves Think bull-
nett It not satisfactory becauae tbe world goes
wrong Take things as you find Ihrm Swim
rather with than against the tide Warm
weather haa caused a decline In
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS AND SUITS
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
No larger stock la found cither In
medium or fair yrailta than we carry.
Blankets and Comforters !
Atl at oxoopdinnly lor price which hfls
made i'Ur Arm renowned. In tur Shoo
Department we carry at ill timet double
tbe astort neutof any house la
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our stock It all made to order from the
bout Meet d material. We havo no imr
unnttlntr roods. Trices warranted the
lowest iu tbo city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suite and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS I
Inquire for Prices 1
Genuine Bargains I
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President - Otto Koohlor Sec. and Managoi
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
Li Vehf SON
Gigantic Stock in
;iPEC!AL:ATTEKTIOR CALLED TO
Merchants advertise In various
ways snch as "Selling Ont at
Cost." "Damaged Goods" etc. try-
ing to gull tho publlo tbat tltoy
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
prolit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous publlo by offering a
lower grade of goods which are
palmed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improve the
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 course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each year.and Unow
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment o
the Kind in the South.
t0DurInc the Seuon 1 will offer extra
N. W. Corner Main Pla2a.SajTCAntonlo Texas
THE GEMS DEPARTMENT
Inducement la all depaitmenta."
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS '
Promi all Parte of the Olobe Con.
densed and Dolled Down.
Dr. rvon. ex-minister of parliament.
from Dublin Is dead.
The minister of marine at the Ilaiuo
bat ri signed.
II. V. Church la confirmed noituiasler
at Calvert Texas.
The pensions appropriation oalli for
Congress will adjourn over the boll-
da)r; eenate tikes a recess until .Ian 4
Colorado Oily not nut 30 cara of est-
tl e yiiletday.
The lialan budifet of 18!W-0 shows a
elicit of $3000.1100.
Cincinnati will put a municipal work.
ngmen's ticket In the Held next April.
The rhlladelnhlaslx.ilnv iranip began
Monday with n lull Held of starters.
J II. McCaen.ofthe New York Hock
xchanire. succumbs to the pressure felt
by the house last Wednesday.
Uncle Ham's vault) are not laree
nouirhtohold hla money and ho wants
Nine round llnht near NewVorkand
Klllngi worth who fought at 131 pounds.
knocked nut Cassldy weight 143.
Powdcrlv will not airaln ineak at t o-
llllcal meetings while he bolda hla posi-
tion aa presiding olllcer of the K. of I..
Jake Sharpe hankert after a chango
' venue a oliatiire that will ohanKe the
regulation boodler verdict.
The! president reappolnla Matlhewi
formerly rrjecieil to be register of deeda
n uisirioi oi uoiiitnuia.
On Sundav laat there waa a very
heavy fall nl snow In Ireland. It seri-
ously Impeded travel.
Tbe I.loyds are bulldlnir a new
ateamer for their line to surpass In alr.o
and apeed any vessel now aHoat.
Vice Admiral Itowan and ltear Ad
miral Worden are retired on highest
Qovernment coninromlai'a Ita claim
aealnat the Nuahvllle. Chatlanooea and
iouis railway lor id.iuuu
Purnell .or. n. l.n nf Hi a nmln I
campaign In the commons has been yet Queen'' (llMle Annandalc). "Devlls-
outlfneil. Il0r (Walter Allen)
The London board of trade exhoner.
ates the ofllcera of Ihu stranded I'avonla
from all blame.
.Minister Manning at Mexloo. denies
tbe charges made against him and ex-
plains In detail.
Every house In Vllomas. Faulkner
county. Ark. was burned by Incendia-
ries early yesterday mnrnlng.;
Humors are current tint revolutionary
agltatoraare projecting another revolt
The Spanish senate has approved of
oredits ot 115000000 for naval arma-
ments. Two frelaht trains collided at West.
17 miles liom Waco ahattcrlng two
trains and doing great damage to track.
South Carolina has a bill before the
legislature to prevent colored laborers
from organizing as Knights of Labor.
Corpus Christians are movlnsr for a
line of steamers direct to New Orleans
At Oemsah. Egypt a fine flow of
petroleum has been secured at a depth
of m feet.
In January French euiplovee on tbe
Alsace Lorraine railway will be dis
missed; anu replaced uy uermans.
Cardinal Jaooblnl resigns his nanal
secretaryship owing to 111 health but the
pope lias not accepteu it.
Fardohas been nominated admlnls-
ratorof the customhouse of Campeehe.
le some lime ago was In the custom-
bouse of New Laredo.
There Is a general belief that the can-
dldaoy of Prince Ferdinand of Saxe l'o-burg-Uotha
for the Bulgarian throne has
The Bulgarian delegates are irreullv
satlalled with the result of their Inter
views with Count Herbert Bismarck
The Craftsman la down on nnbllu
printer Benedict like a thousand of
brink maintaining that he Is not a prac-
Tbe working girls of England will
give Queen Via a memorial ottering on
the completion of her B0 years of queen-
ship. It United Ireland Is suppressed the
Cillcatlon will go on secretly. All
ks and papers have been removed to
Tbe Milwaukee Arbiter Zeltung edi
tor gets thirty days at hard labor for a
sour.-ltou. poem reflecting on the court
and Its Integrity during the riot trials.
A terrlfla railway collision oocurred at
Clarkow Ilussla Saturday resulting In
killing 13 persoos and Injuring 30
Three farms belonging to Parnell'a
brother were sold at auction at Armagh
for 60 per cent less than valued at tbree
Tbe Dublin court refused John 1)11
Ion's application for a stay of the order
against hlin to furnish bond In the sum
of 1000 with two sureties In the sum of
fiuoo eaon. for bit future good behavior
penning tueouicomo ot tne appeal from
Houston oouncll and tax-pavers are
considering the flnanclal status of the
city with an eye to surrendering the
cuaner in oruer to ueieai tne collection
or the 2 tax levy ordered by Judge Par-
dee. A freight was wrecked on tbe Trans
Continental road near Clarksvllle last
nlgbt. and Engineer u. II. Os cer waa
killed. Tbe wreuk was caused by a
part of tbe engine truck breaking. Four
oars were smasnea.
Bslvator Mortabelle. a natlvo of Malta
has begun a seventy-two day fast at
x-uiiiipevine Algeria ite was former-
ly In tbe British navv. Halnr ahln.
wreoked once be waa oast upon a detert
itianu anu tasteo no roou lor seventy-
A new naturalization bill Is before
lue senate under Its provisions foreign
ers osnnot vote until they have been
resident here five years nor can ther se
cure oltlzentblp until they are able to
speaa me bngusn language.
A dispatch from the City ot Mexico
says: Information reached bere today
from the police department of Havana
tbat tbey bad a man there wbo seemed
to correspond to tbe description of the
bogus agent of Pattl and Mayer was
aaaeo. to lurnisn a description ortneman
uenevcu in new xvra to pe tne awina
The thiee men arrested at Henrietta
suspected of being train robbers wera
released yesterday. Their names were
Balrd Jenkins and Ford. They were
cowmen anu soon proveu tneir Identity
Hoohlxr McQuinn becomee mu.lcal
and aocepla a seven year a engagement
Tiik laying out cold ol Horizontal
WHIIam'a mnve to dltcusi tarlfT Ihla tea-
alon haa given the free-trade Journals of
Texas protection rabies.
Jah Siunrx Is sharp enough to know
that In Iheprrtrnt spasm of virtue which
la shaking New York City a change of
venue wou'd not be bad to tako.
Mn J lto'K Ci.kvklaxd baa not added
anything to her literary reputation bv
the publication of her late live hundred
The striking atltcblng girls at Selr.
Sehwab'a shoe fantory In Cbloago will
return to work Monday their grievances
hating been aettlrd The II rm concede
the same wagea as paid In other factories
In tbat city.
Aa Played at the Grand Opera Houso
n Decided Mualcal Succeaa.
The lluheinlan fllrl la essentially an
Kngllth opera and when we aay Kng-
lltli we ue the term aa applied to Kng-
llh speaking people and not merely to
nationality. If was written by llalfe for
the I'yne and Harrison opera company
of London and the musical lyrics tbat It
nontalna have been sung by the greatest
singers of the operatlu slsge and tho
concert room. This has made tbe opera
FAVourra n irn tiik public
but It bad made It a hard one to under-
take Inaamuch as whilst you are listen-
ing to the singer you aro unconsciously
comparing It with the effector thlaor
that great singer tbat you have heard
and making comparisons. In this case
as In others comparison may beodlus.
Tbe Bohemian girl was played
by tho Abbott Opera company
last nlgbt and was a musi-
cal treat In the full sense of tho
word. Tbe plot of tbe play Is simple
and romantic "Arllne" (Miss Kuitna
Abbott) the daughter of "Count Arn-
hclm" (William I'mette.) Is stolen by
gypsies anu orougm up among ineirme
She learns to love "i'baddeus" (Senor
Moiltf lirHlO.) Who U In lOVO With "tllC
STIULS A JEWEL
from "Florlstan" (Robert Beaumont)
the count's nephew and It Is taken from
blm by "the Queen" wbo being railed
upon to unite "Arllne" and "Tbaddeus"
In marriage rlvea "Arllne" the atnlen
Jewel as a wedding present. Thlajewel
as "tne ijueen" anticipates leads to
Annie s arrest as a thier. and she Is
brought before "the Count" for Justice
wbo recognizes ber at bis long lost
daughter. "Arllne" Installed In the
baronial balls or ber father pines
her lover: he visits ber. and
being Interrupted In their tete-a-tete
"Arllne" bides blm In ber
chamber. All Is well until "the Queen"
acting for vengeanoe comes In tells
where "Tbaddeus" Is and Infers naughty
things. "Thaddeus" Is discovered and
reviled by "tbe Count" but he proves
that be Is a nobleman In disguise and
the "Count" Joins their bands together
as their hearts have already been. The
"Queen" gets mad at this happy
rilllU 1 SHOT AT " AHLINK."
Tbe weapon la turned aside bv "Dev-
lUhoof." and the shot misses Its mark.
Ihe "Queen" dies and the lovers live
happy ever afterwards.
alias unnit ADoott was of course tne
Arllne" of the opera and was oretlllv
attired both as the Oypsy maiden and
ihe Count's daugnter. the dressing re-
sembling much tbat of 1'attl In the samo
role. With Ihe latter dress she wore tbo
lebrated Abbott "Koh noor" diamond
n her hair and ber hands and dress
sparkle with Jewels of the same charac-
ter. Her muslo waa rendered In
excellent style and ber pathetic
rendition of tbe beautiful ballad. "1
Iream'l that 1 dwelt In marble halla"
acarcelv excelled bv Pattl. but the
triumph of ber vocalization was seen In
her famous bird sung from Ihe "Pearl of
nrazii" intronucea in tne tmrd act. l b
udlence was enthusiast o over ber
singing and recalled ber several timet
annandilk'b VINE CONT111LTO
voice was beard to advantage as "Tbe
Oypsy Queen" and ber beautiful rendl
lion ot tne gems auo;tea to ner was
fullv appreciated and louClv annlauded.
Montegrlflo as "Thaddeus" Is by no
means the beau Ideal of the eharaoter
nut ne acts well anu singt wiid consld
erable force. His songs "When other
Lips" and "When tbo Fair Land of I'o
land" wera well rendered and entbual.
astlcal r encored.
Tbe "Devllshoof" of Walter Allen was
remarkably good and his ronslo
well sung. The "Florestan" of Kobert
Beaumont and tbe "Buda" of Maria
Illndle were especially commendable.
une quartette Dy ADDOtr Annannate
Montegrlflo and Allen. "From tbe Val
leys and Hills" was remarkably well
executed and called for a spontaneous
and hearty round of applause rarely
nearu in auy lueaire.
lue ureases were in an catet
HRI01IT AND FRESH
and the beautiful scenery let them ofl to
greater advantage. All the choruset
were wen tung anu tne general impres
tlon was tbat tbe opera bad never been
oetterpiayea in tne city.
The following are tbe new officers of
tne aDove oruer:
Chief councillor T. M. Orvlt.
Vice councellor Mrs. Mattle Howard
Assistant secretary II. Landauer.
Treasurer A. Scbonert.
Prelate J. T.A. Bowman.
Marshal Jamet Jonrdln.
Warden A. L. Ludwlg.
Ouard-J. C. Williams.
Sentrv Quttua Scbonert.
Representative to grand lodge Chat
Tbe Fredrlcb-Dreltt damage tult re
ulted In a verdict for Fredrlcb for
damages against Drelsa for I'i.OOO
Drelsa will make a motion for a new
J. L. MoLellan was Introduced to the
bar by Judge Waelder and lloensed to
Tbe case of tbe Texas Investment
company vs. O. II. ft S. A. railway com'
pauy is now on mat.
There seems now to be no hitch as re
sards tbe new ooat-oflloe site. The Ha.
brleio heirs wbo claim one-third of the
lie nave given a deed selling tbelr
snare oi toe property ana tsr. slaveries
bas also made a deed. This removes anv
o'oud from tbe title Tbe papers have
bemsenton to Washington and now
aeuni to action may ot expeciea.
A HAPLESS VICTIM
And the Whole Tale of Horror and Out
rage la Not yet Told Starved to
Death Because It Was An
Justice llarnes wn tinflfliMl this tnnrnlnir hv
the oily ti) slctan or Hie itnalli of a little taby
of some wtesaof aire at the hoilMMif n lugro
nan iminetl l.cwl rrswrnnl. Iiwnr In lit.
'north wanl. near tho Ititckmiarrr mil Tlii
clrcutnstanoes attrmllna- the death of tho
chllil Indicated gross ncsllirpnce or tho mother.
moni a jury aim
M'Ctlon of llw neirrnln n
tlll.-il ami sin
lit. arriving then
Utile In Ihe
MoAlllster held Ihe Inipiest and to
tale but too well.
Crawford and his
i child and e
tss working (
afler the child
to pay for Its rare. 1 her fed It and nu
d parly who afterwards relumed I
The child waa Ural takon to tho Orphan'a
i and on aocount or Its pitiable
rill thnrntiirhlv In
ae and tho rraiid Jury winch recnutenes In
nuary will no doubt hare a tro also.
Dr. It. I. (Iraves county physleliui met
li an accident on Moledad street this motn-
whlcli resulted In Iho smashing up of hit
laity's heavy transf
i t at the right
irecuy in ironi or 1110 uairgago wagon
ut tbo doctor.
nhurt. Dr. Un
PliOOBAMME OP RACES
Christmas Afternoon at the Old Fulr
lid prize t-i
hlpt third prize flu lap robe.
Hecond ltaoo. I'otiv Irfilllnir First ltrl70.
a set of harness: second nrlzo. fit) suit horwi
clothing: th rd prize (7 tap robe.
mini iuico uunnuig ono-naii moo oann
Irst Drlze. Sl saddle! perond nrlzo. f II) stilt of
horso clothing! third prize One pair of spurs
ult horso clothing;
ind prize flu
I'll Hi 'itaco-lluleher'a raee. free to all.
driver to cart First prize two kegs Ismu 4tur
beer: secon i prize ono keg ixino hi ar beer.
ca will Dleiui) call on Str.T. W. Mullaly be
fore Saturday lUa m.
Tho Ilcethovcn Mnomicrthor. a slnirlnir
society for males comtKiaed of u large mini bei-
saengerfost In this clly and last nlirht they
There arc four staging societies lorrnnles In
h i D tr. wl b an airirreirate tnembershlo of T2.
and the purixisoof th lleelhoron Is to join all
.It each society fo- tho purpose of Inciting
em to action. Next Tuesday week there
11 bo a united ineclhiu of these socl-tles at
Hcholz'a hall lor rehearsal. Tho saengerfest
rehear-a). to have taken place next Friday
A Oood Shot
isv Weyl ono of gang of tramps arrosted
tho Aransas Pan railway la.t nlvht br
Officer A. Ilrown while on his way to Iho but
adu a break ror liberty through tho
hot in tho air
hat How off and he stopped threw up his
hands to bis head to feel If ho was hurt ami
cried out "I'm -topped don't shoot any more.
and tieirsli challlnir. but that
worthy maintained tho shot whistled by hit
cara and knocked hla hat off. lie has ahliih
rcirard for tho marksmanship of Texas police-
Rotmmm Hf)TlL.-Charlea K Hicks. II II
nays Hawkins Bin tranclsco; l 31 r
damrhter. lleerlUo! Frank llnrnarii. 1'iirnii
Chnstli M A Withers Idiekhart: Umls (Iraap
no laiiiuy. ikhtiiii j o iieuriuHii. iiiKispuri;
James Urantford. Beirulnt J T lograbam. Cor
nan rort worm: F (i skidmore lieevllle: w
K Ileal. Floresvll o! Q Harlln. Del Itln: II II
fuller Mrs It F Fuller Paris; T A CanllelJ
eonora; ueorge u nuicoeson lomustono.
MEKOaKllOTII WSMIIev. Ilamberir! M
J W Jeffries and two daughters Unnralea; 1
Uravesaud'wifo eguln; Jaoob Phillppl and
wife. LoaAngclns; Louis lllllje I) W Urllllu
and wire weimaruno w Meelo. II u tjlover
Now York; Wm Clemens Joseph Faust Mr-
miss coers. new liraunreis: Jno t wir
(1 Hamsov. K II fiiwwlpantcr. OwJntfivillc Ky
UKlliralth. UnIlAit M II I'
punea iicnnn ririat m-ino l rutikiyii. itom
York: Mrs Ireland. Win l'erltlnii. W H Mam
JnoUAiIon. Auitln: Mr O llcc-kwllb hii.I
malj MIbb A I tiinlth. Ctilcao; II lloliuan
Tbe Orphans' Home.
Tlio Statu of Tfim County ot Ilei
Ite It known that Mary A. Maverick Mary U.
Ptuchal A. J. UlKtiowliy Anna M Btanley
Mary A. Lamb and M. Kleatior I track on rldno
Toiai. with others do ht-rclv form and I
porateourHclrcs under tho laws of tho statu
of Texas Into a voluntary charitable asso-
ciation for tho benefit of orphans destitute
Artl. The natno of this oo Titration i
be 'The San Antonio Mnmn for IMilldrpn
Artl!. This cornoratlon Is foruied for tho
purpose of supporting- lnttructlntr and pro-
vldior for such orphans dostliute aodun or
tunate children as may bo selected uudcrtho
rules and rfirulutlons thereof
Art. ft. There shall bo thirteen .trustees of
this corporation who shall havo the general
thereof under such by-laws
be hereafter adopted under this charter ani
the laws of this state.
Tho following- named members are hereby
Isabella A. Uraokenbrldge Florlnda West
Eleanor A. fitrehllnir. Cm roll n Kamnmtnn
Mary V lie one It N. A. Cunnlnffbara M. V
Lewis Mary A. Lamb Mary A. Maverick
Mary O. l'aschai; A. J. blgnowlty Anna M
btanler. M. Eleanor Draokenridiro.
In tcstlmonr whereof wo hereunto sub-
scnoeour names tnis win aay oc July. lebti.
i M Htahlky
M ULIANOIt nitACKENnmOC.
THIS CHANCE 1
nheard of Prices in Dry Goodj-We are Datermined to Hale Oil
Prices So Low That Everybody Can Bnj
Ladies'. Cloaks. Clothing.
m Udles rloaks all kind f I W 21 Men's Bulls only lert for ft M
4il Ladles' Unbiians. new styles. . .. 7 aj llojs' Hulls very very cheap only.. Ik)
HO Wraps d.lTereut kinds all new Flno dents Casaimera eiills oulr 00
st) lea is (II to (19 00 Hplendld Men's urerooata only t 00
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
UnrpA"iirtincntonty saw UJIe.' Kid llnlton Hoots tin
Misses' Ulster Ml) Very Fine fid liuttnn Hoots I SO
) er Stylish tines s M Mls.ss' (lood Quality flutton lloota... t 00
Children's Cloaks 3 TJ Ijulles' Ileal lland-gewcd Button 4 00
Ingrain Carpets new lino. .. sto. ajanl IM White Woolen tllankcU WOO
WuperCariNjts brlaht pulterna..Kiii. a yanl 11-4 FlnoQoallly lllankrta t 00
All Wool Huper Ultra 75o.aard lit Flno California ulanketa t 00
llrussels Cilrlicts only Ku.a)ard guilts from II 00 to too
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At 10o. per ) ard .... WnrthlTo Ladles' Knit Vests 50o.
wjio. per yard llan.lnmo Worth cue. Children's Knit Volts no.
lorTJi. M r yard All-Wool tlnods dents' Knit Hhlrls Mo.
sold ever) where at ri CO dents' Fancy Suits fin
IMS &: Of FEII1I111
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1000 pounds Fancy Candy at 15c a lb.
100 I -4 pound boxes Raisins.
Evaporated Apricots Peaches Plums.
Dried Cherries and Blackberries.
California White Figs and Nuts of all kinds.
Large assortment of Fireworks.
In Fad Wflcan Fill Your Bill for
Corner Military Plaza ani TreTino Street.
Nothing Is more appropriate or more highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than articles of Jewelry. You will And at my
store an endless variety of rich jewels ranging la prices to salt
nil. If buyers will call at my store and leisurely turvey the
Krand display of Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will see
for themselves that It Is much betterto purchase of our line first-
class goods at the remarkably low prices we will ask for them
than It Is to buy from those who oiler goods bought In Job Iota
from eastern auotlon houses. Iluyers of such articles And out
when It Is too late tbt they have been sold and that they have
pal'J a high price for Inferior and undesirable goods.
tiolcsale and Retail Dealers and Importers of Wines and Brandies G
Liquors and Cigars'
Nos. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
We wish to Inform tho publlo that we are now fully prepared to supply the trade with eyery
thins In tho lino ot ImjKirted and Domestic Wlnos 11 randier Glut Liquors and Clfart our
Mr. WahUtab bo I tiff Kut and tiavlntf purcbasud tlio choicest stock ot (roods over brought to
To the family trale wo would say that our Holiday Goods cannot be exoelled either la
quality or prices and famlllos wishing to supply thomselrea will save money by calling; oa us.
All orders by mall or otberwlso will bo promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURULL
SIMMANQ & HAMPEL Proprietors..
Lunch and Meals Oyster Ush Game
WMg AT AU. HOCUS. I WJIKN IN 8BABOH.
TO CALL AT-
Bargains before you buy.
the Holidays at Rock BOTTOM PRICES
Ol1 HOLIDAY GOODS.
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