San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 349, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 23, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
Paint Tour Roofs.
0 bavin your roof painted well they wll
last three times aa loir and stops up all the
removed till bakery from No. A Bouth Alamo
tnvt Ut No. to South Alamo street where be
will hereafter bo found and ready to supely
hit rnsimntrs and tho public generally. wiU
all kinds of broad cakca and everything la
htsline Mr. Dlotaol by hts untlrtn efforts
has built up a fine business and deserve to
patronage of the public lS-ll-lm
Itiu-winter rannthi. Drderft It-ft with
the corner of Avenue K and Houstun stroct
will be prompt I j- and satis lactorlly done Also
all kinds of house sign and carriage painting
Volume VI Number 349.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBER 23. 1886.
Only $5 a Year
Chronic grumblers alwavt And times bad They fall to
teelbatlhe fault In with thruiselvea Think busi-
ness Is not tatltfsrtory becatiso the world goea
wrong Take things as you II ml thtm Swloi
rather with than against tbe tldM-Warm
weather has caust-d a decline In
MEN'S AND BOYS' OYERCOATS AND SUITS
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
Blankets and Comforters !
AM at exceed Innrly low prices which has
made our firm renowned. In our Shoe
Department we carry at all times double
theaseortuaentof any bouke in
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our stock Is all mado to order from tho
bent selected material. We have no poor
unQttlnir woods i'ricci warranted tbe
lowest In tho city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
HEW GOODS I
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains I
WOLFF & MARX
Cot . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President - Otto Koehlor. Sec. and ManaKOt
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
h. Vehf SON
Gigantic Stock in all Departments!
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED TO THE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Merchants advertise in various
ways such as "Selling Out at
Cost." "Damaged Goods" etc. try-
ing to gull the publio that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous publio by offering a
lower grade of goods which are
mimed off as good and sold as
Each season it has been my
earnest endeavor to improve 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 course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has iucreased
each ycarand is.now
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment of
the Kind in the South.
IsST During the Beaton;! will offer extra Inducement! In all department!.-
N. W. Corner Main Plaza. San Antonio Texas.
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
From all Part of th Globe Con-
densad and Dolled Down. (
Itlalne It booked for Ireland next '
'lie Chinese mission Is made first
elass and tbe salary Is now jl7Md
The anil-rent imitation In Ulster
county la spreading. I
Germanr advises ftulirarta tn come to
ternil wll'h Ittirsla
Pattl took Ualveaton by storm last
Guv. Host baa encaged rooms at tlio
Drltkll); very fiwof the legislators will
A better feeling of lato exists hrtvU'rn
Russian and Ueriunny.
The llt-alas at New Laredo urn In full
blait and tbe gay gamblli-r Is on d rk.
Edmunds wanta the India treaty in re
lation tn opium trallln rntnrued
Qladiitone. accused of recelvlmr Par-
tiellat Hawnrdeii denies that Mr. Par-
nell ever visited blui there.
'Tbe new tnuicuin at llerlln was
opened jcilertlny by ihn cronn
prince on behalf of his royal sire.
Torres s elected mavorof Miitamnras.
Mexico defeating statu candidate Jlar-quez.
Mauroytnl lley. secretary of'Iurklth
legation nt Madrid Is appointed min
ister at n iisniitgion.
Gladstone and his followers will not
support lh anti-rent policy before the
The Oladslonltes are terribly cut iu
over the Dlllon-O'llrlen movement. In
Snow slorma on tbe continent have
unnletely blocked railway travel In
The hearlnir for a new trial In buodler
McQuade's case will come up bcTon
Judge l'ratt in Brooklyn next I'ucsd'iy.
The entile tiost-oMcu block In Oak-
aloosa Iowa 75 miles vtust of Ilurllng-
ton Is destroyed.
The Geruinn bourse shows treat de
pression and IliiBslan stocks lire notice
Spain mints Germany same trade
prlvlleKes In the West Indies as America
Powderly exorosses the onlnton that
strung drink Is the greattst cur'o of the
worklngmcn of America.
I he nan-electric suits were not divided
on their merits but on the demurrer
wmcti uismisscu me Ulll witnoiit going
Into Its merits.
In answer to renuest of the G. A. It..
Senator Ulalr lias Introduced a pension-
(Ion bill making radical changos In the
Dillon Is now tn be prosecuted for stty-
Ins he would carrv out the anti-rent
campaign In detlancu of tbe govern
layer's bill granting tbe city of San
Antonio a part of the military reserva-
tion adjoining tbe city baa paestd tbe
I'rof. Alvln Lane of the state univer-
sity was married ut Oorrlcana last nit In
to MUs Lulle. daughter ol Joseph Uuey
ol that city.
;The Euler library of Frankfort has
been presented to the German mu.eiiiii
of llerlln. it Is the gift of a private gen
Mrs. Edward Mayes professor of law
at Osford.(MU ) university. Is attend-
ug supreme court session in uitsuing-
on. A tie up on several Ilrooklyn hnree-
car tracks Is antblpated. I'lie Central-Croat-Town
road Is ordered tied up today.
Orover extends clemency to bink em
bezzler Owens of the t hird National of
St. Louis who got away with $ it 0000
and was sentenced In lor a ) ears.
Tho Smithsonian institute at Wash-
ington Is on the bunt tor Texas fossils
and tbe country between Waco and
Gainesville will be turned over by Prof
lutuuiin ot Lianas.
Iron Kelly of Pa. who has Just made
tho tour ot tho southern luaiiufacturlni;
districts express himself nttontslitd le-
ionu exprcs.ion at ine progress mane
y the south.
The later cholera reports do not con-
111 in tbe telegrams alllrmlng tbo do-
orcase of the epidemic In South
America. T'bu Increase of cases at Men-
dozti Is put at fully 30 a day.
i'leuro-pueumonla live stock scare In
Texas Is dead and tbe big stuck meeting
on January II will rail the long hi rns
and short horns from all parts of tbe
state to Dallas ltound trip tickets 4
cents a mile
Tbe new bill on post olllces and pout
roads compels all railroad lines to con-
struct and operate for themselves tele-
graph lines and takes away from them
all power to transfer the tame.
Parnell thinks that the government
will be obliged to Introduce a bill re-
ducing rents In Ireland to about the
tame llgures at which the land com-
mission Hied It. He will lead an at-
tack upon the whole action ol govern-
ment In Itt treatment of the Irish ques-
tion. The St. Petersburg Journal acouset
tbe London 1'ost of attempting to cast a
tlrebrand Into the Bulgarian settlement
lust at a time when all the tuition of
Europe are attempting to reconcile their
interests In conformity Willi the llerlln
treaty; and Insinuates that perhaps the
peace prospeot lipeeta England's calcu-
lations. Rev. Dr. Olddlnirs and His Church.
It was a good Idea to return Dr. ('-hidings
to bis charge In Su Antonio Ills
beaming countenance and generous soul
and eloquent tongue are objects of In-
creasing regard In this city. It Is hoped
that be may bo purmltted to remain
until fully Identified wltb tbo commu-
nity. It would have been cruel to Hike
blm away Just at the time when attach-
ments are forming to hi m and tbo
sphere of his ministerial lnlluenoo has
only begun to assume deilnlie and set-
Tbe church building in which he
serves to tasteful commodious and ele-
gant. It now In process of vast Improve-
ments which will render It second to no
bouse ofrellglous worship In tbe city In
point of comfort and artlstlu beaut);
while of unu.uul capacity for an audi-
ence perhaps the chief object In such
edlllci'S. In a few weeks Dr. Giddlngs
will enter anew upon bis labors In the
new or renewed church building.
There will be a German theatrical
at Turnerball on Sunday night Decem-
ber 20lh. The celebrated soubreile
Alvlna lleynold will tako part In the
comical ulav ot ''Frlsh (lifimil and
Ucrcbugge'' In three parts Introducing
songs and dances. Tlikeit tlfiy tents
for sale by blm Hart.
"About Old People"
Under the abnvo heading the Globe-
Democrat onco In s while gives names
and brief biuraphlea of aged people!
some still llflug but most Just gone
over the river Into that unknown land
whither most of the human rum have
gone and from which none return. In
Its Issue of the Bill Inst. Is a longlUt of
old people over IK) years of age; 01 0
Ddt tbeolde-f old man In the world Is
In France 109 years old ; a colored wo-
man In Lawrence Kansas Is reported
to be 120 veaM of aire: three old men In
Peterburo N II over (K) bidding fair
to live to Im 1(10 jeara old "spry and
erect M lisle and hearty
It appears that In our time men live
loniter than In former times. Heller
diet and morn attention to the tav of
health are ti lllng In happy ri stills. I he
silly notion that scml-siurvatlon was
good for youth at bearding schools h
happily exploded. Good wholesome
food tn adequate qiismlty Is a necessity
for mental as well as physical develop-
ment. Old age when the mini! Is vigorous
antl unimpaired Is In the frieilom from
animal pimlon peculiarly lilted for
thought antl knowledge; for lender sym-
pathy with the young and for wise ex-
ertion In the cause of education and
every philanthropic enterprise. It may
not li'J so popular with numbers of the
fair sex. who look wltb an eye to the
o ttward nppearanon and to the "better
chance" In an hll-enoylng direction hut
Divine Providence Is not lobe thwarted
by the vanity of mortals of but a day
All have their allotted mission and
speolal work. Happy Is the man or
woman who bat time antl opportunity
by the. lengthened span of life to re-
deem In n degree the past with Its mis-
spent nnd wusiod opportunities. Mill
time om;e passed can never be recalled;
thn opportunity lost It lost forever.
Up nnd betloing Is the solemn letfon for
both young nntl old.
Occasionally an seed citizen not only
full of years but of honors and thn litem.
Ingof all survivors drops ofl from life's
stage. In our midst. Or tills number is
that moat venerable nnd honored lady
to full of good works Mrs. Ilrackenrldge
In her 70 in year of ago. Seventy-six It
a good number endeared by the thrill-
ing memories of American Independ-
ence and of tho men and women who
aclctl their part In that glorious oaiKu
did not modesty rcstrnln tho expression
of the deep-felt thought wo might add
that .Mri. Ilrackenrldge has left In her
son's noble monuments more durable
than brass tolier fame The rare vir-
tue In bankers of kindness to the needy
or unfortunate Is well known In re-
spect to those who are the subjects of
this allinlon. Sknkx.
F. II. Lovd. drunk and disorderly $3.
Andrew Clark disorderly $5
Sebell Skilliiiann disorderly S3.
Minerva Johnson vagrant $5.
0. W. Denny lighting. $3
1. Kfrnn fighting dismissed
I N. linker keeping u vicious dog f 5
They Want tt Stopped.
Notwithstanding the fact that an or-
dinance exlata prohibiting thn raising
of sheep and gotts within a prescribed
limit Jose Maria Hodrlguez runs his
goat ranch and allows the mischievous
animals con-ldernble liberty. The goat's
appellle Is good and It prefers choice
Mowers plants etc. to pasture and wild
shrubs. As a rt-MiIt the neighbors are
kinking heeaiiMi the goats visit their
g'irileus t-urrjliig hano with them.
I'bev have got an Idea that these de-
predations ought to he stopped and the
idea Is doubtless a good one
It Scared Them
Manr persons residing on or near the
San Pedro avenue were awakened or
alarmed at 11 o'clock last night by hear-
ing a locomotive on the avenue. At
first they thought that one of the rail-
roul engines had got oil the track and
was on a Jamboree. Then remembering
the steam roller they were afraid that
some boys were larking with It and that
there was danger ahead. On going to
ascertain the cause they learned that It
was only the steam roller being re-
moved In proper charge. That was
perhaps all right but people think that
It should not be moved nt such an un-
W. C. T. U.
Mlts Elizabeth March state superin-
tendent sclentlllo temperance Instruc-
tion will glva an address this evening
at 7:30 at the Christian chiiruh Camden
street. The subject the ha. In present It
one ol great value to every parent at
well usto good citizens generally.
On the 3rd or January there will be
opened In this city n select school for
thorough elementary eduoatlon. and for
commercial law and book-keeping
science and belles-letters entirely Ig-
noring tbe flumuio'y of beginning to build
at tbe top instead of first laying the foun-
dation. Due notice will be given
This morning at 10:20. the worn and
severely tried spirit of Mr. John How-
ard took Its Ulght from Its tenement or
olay. He bad been bed-ridden from par-
alysis for fourteen years antl In conse-
quence thereof few of the ancients
knew what had become of him. The de-
ceased waa a native of Man land and
was ilescended from h cadet of the How-
ard family of Knglatid who emigrated
with I'alvcrt Lord Baltimore who
founded Maryland Mr. John Howard
removed to Texa eltber In 1833 or 183U
and bat bttn a citizen of San Antonio
for tbe spare of -17 years. He participa-
ted In many or tbe stirring lights with
tho Indiana In the Interval between
1830 and 1810 and he aerved throughout
tho war with Mexico Mr Howard wat
also one or the Texant who were cap-
tured at Santa Fe prior to the admission
of Texas Into tbe United Slates. The
deceastd wat In his 07th year. Those
who knew Mr. John Howard the long-
est and best desorlbe blm at a large-
hearted generous chivalrous gentle-
man who waa faithful to his friends
antl placable toward his enemies. Tbe
people of the idly should turn out en
masse to attend the obsequlet of a gen-
tleman who resided In San Antonio for
47 years. Peace be to bit atbet.
A Vlcloua Dog.
Col. I. N Daker proprietor of the
Central hotel wat arrested latt night
for keeping a vicious dog I ho dog bit
u little boy who wat running by the ho-
tel. Although the child wat bitten
severely In tbe side and thowed hit
wound to Itecorder Shields and although
the evidence shower) that the child wat
not Interfering with tbe dog In any way
and the dog was set upon I be boy by an
employe of the hotel a man the record-
er dismissed the defendant and told the
boy to keep away and "quit bolheilng"
the dog and he would not get bit.
THE TWO OPERAS.
TIIRCHIMSS or MOUMAMir.
A lariro number of citizens attomlod tho
uiioii tiiH-ra coiiiislir mstitieoes-
of Normandy." the KnallKi. felaptallmi
iliuaney that clleile.1 trorpieiit Siplaue
liu remiilnuer or tlio characters were well
ast and fhu choruses wereesve lant.
KMMA AHIIOTT AS V101.KTTA.
At nlslit VerJI's misternleee."jiTrarlal."
wasiirmlueedwlttl AtilMtt"VloiultH." 'litis role
has been i-.)nl I Pottl Lucca. Mlls-in ami
all the li aulas' sopranos and Its rnnsu Is so
great trial It I. n iim-tililllcull one. In mail)'
caes tlio iihi.Iu has to ou tr lli.posod hut Ale
bolt bur. Hie oriirllull score Willi ease. Tlio
iKraoiH'iiil it n. I. and tlio loo maklnir of Al
t was that Ihu rtinarkalii
Iit.1 anil Violetti
loiftta bsii the. i
Lores Mu" 1 hen It
olio or tho trreat ninirlnMr
palho. patslon. sweet oinleiieos and elastic
trills welo mot excellent and compared la
voriitjly with rattls celeliratnl rendition
llurlllir Itlls solo tin .i-oonj apt. .hum f lrrr.
Mention! tWililatn Pructtc) Implores Vtolclta
mouse Tho artlstloactinir and slnirlnir or Alt.
Iiott and tlio rich pathetic tiarllono or
"Fro-n Provence" were pathetically
t. To si-o the
u hear her lilaltitlvo itnrlinr. to 11ms .
to her Joy at AUreu's return touclicu Hie
liCHrt and excited the a'tm'ration or tho an-
(Hence. Tliett canto the btaiilltid duett "All
c from Paris far wo wander" anil the
piiilietlo rendition of "lib tlnd must I then
illo.' and tho closlnir solos which aro ended
ty her death. AblMitt'. Vloletta Is a retnatk.
allo character. In aclliitr sho Is aliout a.
natural and cxcltlnir as Mmljoska and llorio
liarilt and In her sliiirlna slio ahnnnt attains
tlio irn'lttness or Paid. Her rendition will
lonir bo remembered In tills city. Hlirnor
Mlcliulrua's Alfred was a inustcmlltahlp nor
r Willi eonslderablo pntlio.
Ita Pnronta' Identity Established by tbo
State and all Hands nro Arroated.
Tho buiulsltloii on tho maimer or death id
tho remains of tho white baby leri wltli tho
ncirro woman Clarls.n Crawford was re-
sumed todur and la still nonillnir. Thn aim.
jciterihiy afternoon dcteloiK-d tlio piuetiluvo
of tho child by lletectlto llinrhe
Iter resldenco on Matiororda street and Oritur-
Inir Into court tho woman who nckiiowlcdirt-d
inolherof tlio ctillil Mi
Msttlo Smith anil slu. vu
r about 4U tears. Mho camo horo
n also of Itniu ho whero he
bo Malik. Lullins. Mo had do.
outservlnir. As the child
an cncuiiiurauco to ber and sho did tret
ml or It. It was irlven to .Mrs. A
M. O Connor a drcsinaker and sho
and litT hiisbatnl who Is a carl-enter
look It tn tho urphans homo and m-
rescntcdit as havltnr no parents. Afterward
It was found to bu iMisies.od of I It'tfttiuiHte
parents mid retilrmd to Mrs. UCoiiuor who
then took It to tho hcimi woman. In whom
It died. Tho three principal Mrs.
n called In.
The Loirlon of Honor.
Alamo council 4011. American Leelon
of Honor met last night and elected tbe
following olll cert:
Commandant K. Callsen.
Vlce'COmmandant C. Oache.
Secretary W. Sohuwlrth.
Collector C- O. Artz.
Treasurer John K. Oacho.
Guard Alexander Kuhl.
Chaplain S. llautn.
Sentry J. Schwartz.
Trustees Oeorge Schroldcr S. Ilaum
and W. -Multi.
HcpreHen..tlve to grontl council-
John II. Copelantl.
Alternate M. Freeborn.
The grand council meets at Galveston
In March next.
Thus F Fischer Dallas: (.'apt Mitchell city:
Julius W Halm wiro and child. New llraun-
fcls: H K llrown Now York! F A Piper. Ural-
do: W II lloyd. J U Munro Palestine; Mrs
Lorenzo M Johnson Mexico; Miss Mabel
Pncheco San Francisco; II W Walkir Mo pa-
SotiTllEn-f Hotku II I Fuller and Mrs II
T Fuller Paris Texas; T A Cautlold Sonoro:
fieoriro H Hutchison. Tombstone: Mason
Manor I'earsall; U 8 Meley K Northcraft
Miss Jennln Northcraft Ida Mitchi.il San
Marcos; U nlllnkley Frio county US Mlley
llainhcri; HO; JnoStayncr MillnK; Mrs TJ
Oarer and daiiahter. Mrs II tlallaith-r T J
Smith Fort lletid county; F 1 Matthews
James llentley Natt J.owls Ilcxar county; J
I Alexander Dais lexas: J Jameson and
sllter St Louis Mo; John A Whllo. Ilalconls
ranch; James T Bcolt Webb county; .lames
Martin Cotulla: Jno 1' Holms Austin Texas;
TT Whin. unlJ W Abrams. Utaldo Texas;
.1 Wauhl. Wa.hln'tnn 1'a; II Hushes and l It
McC'ormlck Del Ho.
She Has Her Swain.
Cards are outfor tbe marriage of Wal-
ter Swain of Austin ton of Comptroller
Swain and wrll known In tbliclty to
Mitt Guide Hume daughter ol Mr. anil
Mra. J. F. Hume of that city. The wed-
ding will be solemnized In the Cumber-
land Presbyterian church Auitln on
Deo. 30th and several San Antonlant
will be present.
Their Charter Filed.
The charter of the Southern Manufac-
turing 'company of '-an Antonio wat
filed at Austin yesterday. Capital $S0
000. Incorporators: Geo. It.Htumberg
A. P. Guntbornugli and II. D. Kamp-
mann. Tbe object of the company It to
It to manufacture baking powders
'yeast blueing dyes Inks etc This
company is a solid one financially and
otherwise and as It strongly believes In
printer's Ink we will bear from It.
Tbe teoond game of tbe cbesa tourna-
ment wat played latt night at the Mi-
kado club rooms. The following gen-
tlemen were matched against each
other: Perelda and Kaltever: Hansel
and Aycock Flsk and Hsltom; Kelt-
berg and McKle; Norton and itosiy;
llalbedl and Lambert; Wulf snd Morltz;
MoKle and Opp.nhelmer; Keller and
Tbe winners are Perelda. Hansel. Hal.
torn Kubensteln Oppenbelmer MoKle
Norton Morltz and llalbedl.
The next gume will take place on
zuuiiua lyecciuuer at at o:au p m
THIS CHANCE I
Unheard of Prices in Dry Good? We are Determined to Make Ou
Prices- So Low That Everybody Can Buy.
l-artrc AortiiiL'ttt. only 1 M
MUmV ritem ft n)
ery tttllali Onon CM
ChlMrtn'sClunki .. i
Ins-rain Carpels new lino. ... e.Vi. annl
SiinprCariiots brlsht patterns Too. a jard
All-Wool tuior l.xlra T.V. ayard
llrursels Carpels only He. a j aril
1 Men'i PutU unlr loft for
liajV Hulti. vctt very cheap only.
HnoOentu Catitmera Culta only
Hplcwiui MciVi Urercoau only..
MlMim' (loo. I Quality llutton Doott.
IjkIUV It I'd! Hitna-sSvwcd Uuttoa
I'M Whllo Woolen lllsnkcts....... ...It 00
IM Fine Quality lllankets 0 00
lil Kino California Ulaaket 100
(Jullts from tt 00 to t 00
Ladles' Knit Vests 800.
Children's Knit Volts zae.
Ileitis' Knit Shirts HOo.
Ueuts" Fancy thills f 1 j
BE SURE TO CALL AT-
HIS &L QfPHIEUll
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look al our Immense Bargains before you buy.
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1 000 pounds Fancy Candy at 1 5c 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 Fact We can Fill Yonr Bill for tho Holidays at Rock BOTTOM PRICES
Corner Military Plaza ant Trevino Street.
Nothing la more appropriate or more highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than articles or Jewelry. Vou will find at my
ttore an endlett variety of rich jewels ranging In price to tult
nil. ir buyers will call at my ttore and letturely turvey the
grand display of Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will tee
for themselves that It It much better to purchase of our fine flrtt-
class goodt at the remarkably low price! we will ask for them
than It It to buy from those who offer goods bought In Job lott
from eastern auction houses lluyert of such article! And out
when It It too late that they have been told and tbat they have
paid n high price for Inferior and undesirable goodt.
North Sido Main Plaza.
GRAND OPENING OP HOLIDAY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Importers of Wines and Brandies Gbw
Liquors and Cigars
Nos. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
We wish to Inform the pubtlo that we are now fully prepared to supply tbe trade with every
thl ii j In ilio line nf imiiorUxl and Uumostlo wines 1) mud lea. Gins. Liquors and Clears our
Mr. WaliUtab botnjr Last and having purchased thoctiotocat stock of rood ever brourut to
To tho family train we would say that our Holiday Good cannot be excelled either In
quality or prices and families wuhlujr to supply themselves will save money by cmlUtw on us.
All orders by mull or otbcrwlso will be promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURANT.
SIMMANG & HAMPEL Proprietors.!
Lunch and Meals Oyster Eisk Game
UJ-Oll AT ALL II0U113.
WHEN IN IBASON.
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 349, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 23, 1886, newspaper, December 23, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth145035/m1/1/: accessed July 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .