San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 350, Ed. 1, Friday, December 24, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Paint tour Boot. A I m. T
UMr. L DlelieMonr nd favpry Jmewaaw
ono of Pan Antonio' enterprUrtnai oIUmmm
removed hit baker? from No. South Akuatt
street to No. JO Boulh Alamo nmt mm
will hertarter be round and ready
hit customer and tbo publlo smtnnf . W1W
all kind! of broad cake and eyerytMW 1st
his line. Mr. Illeiul by tall untlrlnt- sMt
has hullt up a one buslno and daaatroa tM
patronage of the public If-u-ua
11) havJrtir your roofi painted well tbey wll
fct three time. M loor. anil lops upalltfai
fUws r.ti final) holet. thereby prereritlrif
lA.h.rtnrlnvlhnatnrln anil rtUrl of tlio
In winter months. Urdera lelt with ma ai
thoonrnur of Avrmio U and lloualon atrect
will be promptly and aallalactnrlly done Als
all klndi of houae aurn andtarrl. painting
II jst material uaea. ennrses re..uiii.r
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER 24. 1886.
Only 95 a Year
Volume VI. Number 350.
ban Antonio Daily light.
Chronic grumble rs always find time bad They fall lo
teelbatlbe fault lei with themselves Think bull-
neit la not satisfactory brcauso the world goe
wrong Tako thing aa you find them Swim
rather wltb than against the tide-Warm
weather ha caused a decline n
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
No Innrer .took I. found either In
medium or fair grades than we carry.
Blankets and Comforters !
All at exceedingly low l-rlce. wlilch hti
made our Ann rrnnwncd. In our thoe
Department wo carry at all times doublu
tho assortment of any home lit
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
llur stock In all madotn order from the
tieat eelected material. We have no poor
unfHtlnir jrnoda. i'rlcea warranted tbo
lowest In tbo city.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK DOWN -JCLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS 1
Inquire for Prices 1
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Coi . Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kamomann Presldont - Otto Koohler. Sec. and Managoi
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
Ll 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 public that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they ore enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
profit. They perpetuate a fraud
on a generous public by offering a
lower grade or 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 tal-
lowing out this course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each yoarsand is.uow
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment o
the Kind in the South.
WDurlng the 8con;i;wlli;ofler extra Inducements In all department).'
N. W. Corner Main Plaza. San Antonio. Texas
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
From all Porta of the Olobe Con
densed and Dolled Down.
The queen tends hur private secretary
Clumber and MoAulllTe sign arllele
IlKli I for 92.HM.
Cholera la spreading In Chill: 118 new
ealea at Memloza and 8l death.
Pattl'a Galveaton house netted over
V. Newton la General passenger
agent of the Fort Worihand Deliver.
drover sends out a I at or whim home
enterlalntuenta during the liollilnja.
James Walsh has been appointed In-
neetor of bulla at New York. A eon
to Tammany hall.
The Kentucky Central railroad will
tin fold within GO da) a unlets It pays
The uOth coimreas will probably be
convened In extra session within HU
ays of the adjournment or the 4!);h.
The oiteullve denarlment closed at
oon to-day In Washington by older of
Urover tbe lint.
Another old. old slorv of love leal
ouay murder and suicide cwnnes from
illimarck wilt assemble alt his family
Krledrlolirue on Christmas eioeiil
erbertwho(e duties will detain hloi.
The Kuealan eun factories are rushing
business and their agents are scouring
llnhemla fur worklngiuen to whom they
oiler high wages.
The (eel In if of alarm In the German
llourae Is subsiding and all pressure to
fore Worth renorts a tenement bouse
lire and a man named Ashart burned to
The Hrooklvn cars were tied uo and
eleven lines were ln.tbe hands ofstrlkers
yesterday; today all la settled.
Swain dispatches a vessel to make a
settlement ut tbe mouth ol Muni river
ooast of West Africa.
Matthews home seuretury will prob
ably follow Randolph's lead und leave
Ualvestoti beard l'attl yesterday
venlnir aod has barillv touched earth
The association of Han Francisco pas
senger agents bas disrupted and u ralo
war is mevuame.
Frank 8. ltond bas reslsued as Dresl-
dent of the New Orleans Texas and
clue and resignation accepted.
The canltol Is deserted and no more
business of any amount will be transac-
ted until alter the bollda) s.
Claim Is made for location wltb Uer
ard scrip an old patent to U. S. land Is
sued by Washington to 1151)00.000
worm ot unicago real estate.
Ktnircrafl. the noted Eniillsh stallion
purchased by UanSwIngert for his Ken-
tucky farm died about nil da) s out Ir ni
Tbe K. of L. expose over whloh the
eastern papers grew so excited Is an ex-
pose of the old work and not of the
HI i tons of molten steel exoloded at
Carlisle's steel works. Homestead. 1'a.
severely but not fatally burning four
The Uovas have tald France the 400.-
000 Iranc Indemnity demanded and the
evacuation of the place by the French
win not ne long ueiayeu
Germany la ca'llng In all her troops.
Olllcers on furlougti and students In
Switzerland are ordered to Join their
The resignation of Lord Churchill b
tnterpre'ed to mean mure vigorous pre-
uaration ror war ov tne tin isn irovern
meat. Tbe feeling is not calculated to
In tbe trial of Bulgarian cadets for
conspiracy against tbe regelnoy.tbe evi-
dence was conclusive that tbe conaplra
tors were tn aecret communication Willi
tbe Russian consul at Holla.
Tbe Dakota blizzard which tbe signal
service spotted aa headed this way cumr
to time at 0 a. in. to-day. In thl latitude.
There was n material moderation since
leaving the Dakota wheat Held.
Tbe Judiciary committee of the South
uaroiina legislature inrows out me la
bor bill for Ibis session br renortlnir ad
verseiy upon it. ine oaienuar is tun
and this sends It down to the bottom.
The maelstrate holds that Dillon
Bheerv.IIarrls and U'Urlen were turn I lied
In their assault upon roiice inapecior
Uavls at l.ougurea anu uiscnargeu
The Queen failed to convince Lord
Randolph Churchill that It was his duty
to remain In the cabinet thoueli she
summoned him to her'presence for tbat
John LIdd. formerly postmaster at
Lincoln Ills. is a confirmed mall klep-
tomaniac lie steals all tbe tellers he
oan even In state' pilsin.
A very bold but unauccetsful attempt
was made to rob the county treasury at
Medina. Ohio. Tbureday nlnht. The
marshal was gagged tied and three
aborllvo iittempta to mow open the sate
were made. At tbe end of three hours
day-light drew near and tbe robbers
Proceedings In auo warranto have
been begun against tbe Cincinnati.
Marietta Baltimore New Orleans Teias
and l'aoino ana other llnea ror dlscrlm
lnailng In favor of Standard Oil uoui
pany In the transportation of ores.
The latest steallnir dodiro Is to drive
up to ajewelry bouse in full tide of busi-
ness let Iba fellow who manage Ibe
team keep tbe crowd at bay wltb cocked
revolver while their pal enter
a mashes a plate glass show case and
seize tbe diamond trays. It was auc
cessiuuy woraea at Minneapolli
neunesuay evening ana lrau taken.
Col. Flari. of St. Louis pronosea to do
away wltb tbe present telegraph and
teiepnone wire nuisance nv placing an
Iron tower 123 feet bluh at the street In.
tersectlons each corner post to be
plsoed at the curb stone corner and
meeting In tbe center of the sir et about
100 feet above ground. This toner to be
uaed for all purpose of atreet lightning
An Important capture of two slick
fellow I recorded on train between
New Orleans and Mobile. They bad
between 23.000 and $30000 each In
band and onered tbe officer good
money to let loom go. A tney nau t
Louis hotel letter heads In their iosea.
Ion and St. Loul papers and answer
Ibe Jim Cummins' description the of.
liners think they have Ibe famous "letter
writer anu in pat."
Carriage cap of hind wheel. Finder
wi:i Da rewaruea py leaving wltb John
Tho Coachmen' Ride.
The colored coachmen employed tn
the city have arranged to meet on thn
Main plaza on Saturday (Chntina dsr)
at 2 o'clock mounted on nor'eback.rlde
through the city to the Ban l'edro
Sprlnga where they will all dine to-
gether. The line of ride will be Com.
merer street. Alamo plaza Hoiiainn
treet. Aorqula street and San l'edro
avenue. The marshals will be Wealey
Smith anil James llawkln. All rolored
coachmen are cordially Invited to Join
Choice Snored Mualo.
Church goer on Sunday are dratlned
lave a musical treat on nuuiiay. rue
ma Abbott Ottera comnanv conclude
their engagement at the opera hnuae on
Saturday nnd leave on Sunday fur Kl
o wtiere they play on Tuesday nignt
The Chime of Normandy." Hnvl
it a few hours leisure thn prlnclpa-
members ot tho company are willing to
devote It to publlo servloe. Therefore
on Sunday morning Miss Lizzie Annan-
dale and Slgnor Mlchelena will sing at
the Madison Square church arid Miss
Maria iiinuie ami Air. uonert warn at
St. .Mary's Catholic church. Mlsa
.Izzle Annandale' mairiilllcent con-
vantage than In sacred muslo.Vand It Is
rare treat in near ner sing in mat way.
It Is nrohable that Mlsa Kin in a Abbot!
and Scnor Montlgrldo may ting at St.
Mark's Episcopal church butnodellnlte
arrangements are yet made
MKNllKIt llllTKI.-J. II l'Hber
'.John Faust. M
llernsteln. New Vork: J. .V. lluinliroll. I.illliun
Mlss Mct'lolian. Julos A. Itan-lle .M .merer
flniTTiiKiiN Hotel Mlsa Jossle lritchelt.
Floresrlllel James II llavlil. travollinr live
John A While. Ilnlcin.
Itliers. Ijookhart! ArlliurHliel-lon. Kncfnali
fl llarr. Kort Worth! J 1) lleililea. lruaullo
Cj O Aticarltftit Austlul John Wataon He-
M. (J. Ulasb drunk dismissed.
M. C. lllnsli drunk and disorderly $7.
K. M. Crlchton drunk and disorderly.
Thomas Martin vogrant $- or 10
eilpe da Leon drunk $3.
Nicolas Move refusing to Day back
Wm. Ilenson carrying a pistol $2j.
Wm. Iienson disorderly $10.
W. L. Clower drunk $3.
Vic Johnson striking $5.
Dave Ulcsson drunk dismissed.
The members of Section C32. Endow
ment Rank K. I'. are notified tn attend
tbe annual meet ng for the Duroose of
eleullngollluers next Sunday at 3 p. in.
at I no uuut in mining omen f.vtry
memner la exnectci to De nresent: at
candldutes for obligation fly order of
IIkxj UouiKviifiMi. I'resldent.
T. 11. Johnson. Sni. and Treas.
PATTI OF ENGLISH OPERA.
And Wonts to Dlo-A Llttla Incident
rroeerveatho Client Bongstresa
and Loads Her to tbe Pin-
nacle of Buccesa.
frlenille.. irlrl siikkI utxin a tirMire. In Toledo
Dlilo nntt ir.veil liN)n thn ster lielow. U-ok-
back Into iho past troln Her earliest clnlil-
k anil ileanlKte
ITHXixl lliln Ilio plHelil watir. t-elow her a1
aske.1 aa many luiro done lieforo autl sum
"is Lira woiiTii i.ivinuT"
Incllnul t-i flunirelnlo Ihedi-ep ali
tako thn fatal plun
ilecliled thai at th
henco tbe I
ri.vor alio got Into Iho theatr
Kill. m ir nethlnf aald
she has ilono." When
was llreil tvllh I
by step alio ailvancisl until to-lay
of the Kntrllsh oe
.Heirulnl A II. Wllklns.
in. -vevr urican'i M T. uol
llir Jl as in
nil KilLSt Ni
IIKN RK INTKHViaWKII IIKIt.
Contlnulnir Miss Alilxitl salj "Vou vthuI Ij
ow aoincthlniror luy Hie. Well I am an
uerleun irlrl and as to hlrlh place lain
ire rortliHato than Homer. Seven
lea claimed him. hut t-lirht
uirrcrcntcltMs are riven aa mr hlrlh place. 1
however only lairn in one uhleaao. I
r reet don t onntlnn tlila at.teraent.
ror I i
but It la tioverthelesa
fact I whs bora nf poor parents but trot:
my clilldhool 1 was patslonau-ly rnn-t o
has-o 1 inado this way and nettled It badly.
ror I holloted III tnv heart
rorkei uu ine naiuer lor my
mil practised my inuslo. In
Uil to inako a petticoat out
d iril around labeled "llesL
it when I think now or tho
lll.l I V
In limn I lieeanio
la Dr. Ciianln'a church In Now
often teinptiH to aak "O
worked and iwraovcrcd.
1 attracted Iho attention or
C'hrlatltio Nlllaon who commended mo and
aald tbat my voioo conialuod "Kolduu nuir-
itil'o auhscrlblinr (il.lssl and sendlnir me to
rla wheru I atutlnni under Vartol Nlllaon's
master. Whilst tbero
PATTI VISITKIt II1M
il was deltirhtiil with mo. Taking from her
. ay follow In her footsteps. II
leaa touched my t-eart encouragrd n
to I.nndun I
trained m-llaon htoila uouas. emolt Hid
doua and olbera and was admirably trained
ile tuv actual debut at tlio Italian onera.
Itndon and aunir In Dublin. After alluring
hrht t mea a d lllculty Willi my limn
airer nmupiiy ouoeu uio enirave
Mr. 21. B. Adams
With his usual liberality yesterday pre
Srnted the Orphans' Hume Willi 23 pair
ot Dimixeis lor wtucn ine sisters leel
thankful. Ile also bought 20 line fat
urkeys lor n Christmas dinner at Hit
The Jury's Verdict.
The Inauest on the baby found at tbi
negro. Crawford' bouse ended yester
day aiternoon ine jury reiiuering ine
We the Jury llnd that the Infant
le to It death from a lack of suitable
food and tbat M. A. O Connor. Tbuiuai
O'Connor and Mattie Collins are re
snonelble for the same."
ah tnese ueieniianis are now in tail.
Ibe verdict says nothing of Joseph
Murray the alleged father of the child
but It Is thougbt that as soon as be can
be arreelcd Ibe grand lury wilt take bis
caso In band.
t he only further testimony elicited at
ine inquest yesieruay was mat oi ur i..
v. earners wuo attenaeu .ilaiuo uoi-
Una when she was delivered of tbe child
He teslltled that be had attended a
woman whom he knew as Mrs. smith
during her contlnement antl thatahe was
delivered of a beelthy female Infant. He
called upon tbe mother for three days
arter tbe birth. When he left her both
she and tbe child were doing well. Her
Dreast were large anu run oi mux ana
there was no reason why she shuuld not
nave nurseu it. in weunesuays testi
mony It was shown tbat Miss Collins had
never nursed ber child. Weathers bad
been approached some two weeks before
the accouhbement by a man who called
himself Smith and who. In the doctor's
own words "was merely agent for
anotner party." amitn maue arrange-
ment wltb him to attend a lady expect'
Inir her confinement. He suspected thai
Smith wus not tbe man's true name but
had no good reason lor his suspicion.
lie finally said that tbe man' name was
Joseph Murray and that he bad paid tbe
bill lor meaicai services renuereu.
For the Pen.
Tbe penitentiary contractor brought
up from Laredo yesterday afternoon tbe
young irauibler. Charley Smith con
victed antl under live years sentence for
the murder of tbe saloon-keeper Riley
In Laredo. In company with him the
escaped convict irom Austin jew lien-
net ana frank uo e. lor men unuer jj
will also get to tbe pen through tbe
Kindness ot tne contractor.
December 22 Suillb. Infant. tUrva-
tlon aged 0 weeks. Dr. S. W. McAllls
A Handsome Cab.
Mr. Joe George was around this
J. SI. Clearing of
New York. It la the llrat vchlole of tbo kind
Tbe great diva Pattl will arrive to-
night at 7:23 ou tbe Sunset train on her
way to Mexico. Sbe will arrive on the
regular train In a special car and will
remain at tbe depot only long enough to
aine ana win tuen proceea to Mexico
One Hundred and Fifty Different Odore
Of perfumery at Farmer' drug store
318 Kast Commerce street. Ladle
wtiiie out riding win find It I
their advantage to call at this nonnl
drug store and see tbe selections the
iinnat ever Drougnt to ine cliy and
bol tout price. II. A. IIlair
hard nahl Hill tho world wb ch well
-crwolirhed her. and looking- Into the
vnnblc rather than struirirlc
miserable existence. Her lulu
uleup and s ho had aim- at decided t
unclng- Clara Loulto
i lovetl iniislo and
xhauste.1 and she hardly
itil-i tie aot lly
her breast a
I-lfo bore another i
longer wanted to nil
persevere.! III. Clow and surely ftep
irnlse-l aa the principal prima
i Abbott to Ih tt LldilT drainalla
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
Ml Ijutle.' Cloaks all kinds first 25 Men's Suits only loft for 9 to
40 Lndloa' llolinana. new atylea. . .. TOO Hoya' HolU very very cheap only.... t 0
ItllWraps different klnda all new rlnetlrm. Casaitnem Sulfa only to
si) lis tsui.tollSOO Splendid Men' Overcoat only... ... 00
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
t-arirc Assortment only 13 m Ladles' Kid Mutton Boot II M
Mlses' Ulsters MM Very Fine Kid Mutton Moots 10
Vrrv Klyllsh Ones n rsl Mlssss' Hood Duality llullon Moot.. 00
Chit Irrn'a Cloaks -J 71 Ladlea' Ileal Hand-Hewed Mutton 4 00
Initraln Carpel new lino .. 'Jta. a lard 11 White Woolen Ml. nketa MOO
Hu.erl'ari-la.lirlBhtpallerna..rski. ajanl 11-4 fine Quality lllanket. 00
All-wool tniper Halra nc.ayant 134 Kino California Mlaoket.... I 00
llru.si Is CarK-la only :5o. a yard guilts from II 00 to II 00
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At Km. r yard Worth IClo. Ladle.' Knit Viol BOS
FnrSio. perard. Ilan.lsomo. . WorthUa). Children'. Knit Vests Mo.
For;rK). I'lDanl All-Woo' (loi.ls Clent.' Knit Shirt too.
Fold everywhere at ..(1(11 dents' Fancy Bull. 1115
II1S & 01 f 1IIEI1E!
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
slh1 my i
door tho watotv
turoiil to America und InHupto iibor lH"6t
in tlio l'ark thciitrv Mmnklvn. For that Ira
r or "Km-iit" Um omlorM i
at Ion at his irruat :
f tic fin
Aiucrlcari KiisiIiAti opvrd
ny vulio It froib unl 1 cmi Uu luon
Kii i uoiih. i nave nm-in(f oiit'rs
iim Kntrlan.l and Franco utid I propuM to di
icro what 1 havu ilone licru.
Ouo thlnir In tny ctirwr Biirprlied me that
i tbo cfTi-ct nf ilt'iprtnliisitfoti and tianl
or. Wlii ii I wra tlrst trnint-d nn.
dor Ernml. of Now Vork lio told mo tbut
i nil or titiir a oiain bchIo
but 1 tnUbt do inuuti by work oaro and prao
tlco. LSomotlinvartf rwanlt 1 wont to Marcli' Bl
U'bmttii I'arlaian teacher iiiu oiatnln-
and said that tlivre whk no uiubIo writ
ir tho liuinuu voico that 1 timid not .
brilliantly and cxirnxllv. 1 think Mar
Ileal la rliflit for 1 havu novcr met tbe muiiu
mat i oanuoi ting wiin caio ana
What nnerus do I llkobcit? Well I
jolly tfiri namraiiy u m oi
j 1 tako bout
omotlutial and tho iorloui. VIn utto I
Travlatu" Atnlnu In "foiummbula" Mar-
iruerctto In "Kuuit." liConoro hi ' Trovatore."
and other of a llko ebaractcr ault ine beet
and In thowj otitrtti I have made my itrtnl
tat oomeii to tny not and whon 1 undertako u
lanutor I am loit in It for I feci Itla reality.
should think 1 bud. I prumfsrd to upon your
opera house and I meant to do no. 1 took a
apeulaWrora Uinaha to Kama City to catch
the regular at. louls tram to Texan. Whon I
criod with vexation and
im but a woman. Wu
a iHclal and at taut irot
time. It was a chaniro I c
hero wo wante.1 to throw off
i batrlnjf it few uortnori u the lanu or
think I do.
most emit a ut
nat i nn
i tired of Ofienlnff dark
Han Antonio has bxn late
lu KoUlnir her opora house but sho trus d
tume for "Travlatu" I wilt leave you.
With this the enr little actrets trlnnotl uatlv
Into her boudoir and tbe critic wemled bts way
Mlsa Emma Abbott la in private life M
Eutreue Wothertll and her husbands a gonial
and lutclllirent irontlctnaii. a3comnanics ber
In the capacity of tnanatror. Ai retartti ibe
aru merelv nominal. for what rutin
la of medium holubt and like most great
dingers Is very plump. Her balr Is lirht
xpressivo someiunea sayintr
and when animated by
She presents a dellirbtful countenance. We
have not seen It moved In the reverse way and
Mr. and Mrs. WotherlU are devotedly at-
ana are niffniy resuecie j
nv. nercoranarir lsaiO'
irk In perfect harmony lo
Wo the undersigned committee appointed
r en rets In tbe demise of
trulv loved toebarltabla and nurelr vood.
ireneroua friend to the poor and destitute be
loved by all who knew ber and Idolized bv
cblldroo r true woman true to God and to.
heiscir amouei ror an women t aiso. in re-
spect to her memory we do now adjourn re
coinmenaintrtnai tnit resolution oe spreat
upon the minutes a copy to be aont to each
memoerorinnramiiy anu aiso puuusuea
ine Ban Anionio papers
December 30 lftSfl.
. A. J. Diattowirr.
MAKT A M AVE HICK
TOI1 PUINTINO Of evory duscrlptloD done
everj time or money refunded.
THIS CHANCE 1
nheird of Prices in Dry GoodsWe are Determined to Make Ou
Prices So Low That Everybody Can Buy.
-BE SURE TO CALL AT-
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 Fact We can Fill Your Bill for the Holidays at Rock BOTTOM PRICES
Corner Military Plaza anil Tretino Street.
Nothing 1 more appropriate or mora highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than artlole of Jewelry. Vou will find tt my
store an endless variety of rich jewels ranging In prloea to tult
nil. It buyer will call at my store and leisurely surrey the
grand display of Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will see
fur themselves tbat It I much better to purchase of our floe first-
class goods at the remarkably low price we will ask for them
than It I to buy from thou who oiler good bought in Job lot
from eastern auotlon bouse. Buyer of inch article find oat
when It I too late tbat they have been sold and tbat they have
paid a high price for Inferior and undesirable good.
North Side Main Plaza.
GRAND OPENING 0E HOLIDAY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Importers of Wines and Brandies 6lnt
Litfuors and Cigars
Nos. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
We YTlsti to Inform the publlo tbat we are now fully prepared to supply th trade with .y.ry
thlnir In tbo line ol Imported and Domeatlo wines. Orandles Oln. Liquor and Ctfmra our
Mr. waklatab uoluK Kaat and having purchased thecbolocat stookot goods verbroufbt to
BontheDfarally trade we would aay that our Holiday Goods cannot b eioelled either la
duality or prices and ramlllos wishing- to supply tbemaelyes will say money by oallmg on us.
All orders by mall or otherwise will bo promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURAHL
SIMMANG & HAMPEL ProprletoraJ
Lunch and Meals Oyster Fish Game;
AT ALL 1UIUI13.
WUKN IN BaUSON.
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 350, Ed. 1, Friday, December 24, 1886, newspaper, December 24, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth145036/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .