San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 351, Ed. 1, Monday, December 27, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Mr. L. Dlctiol.lcnf and favorably knows at)
ons ofsan Antonio's enterpriser HMMM
removed tils bakery from Ho. ( South Alaasa
street to No. south Alamo street ttm tw
till hereafter bo found anil reedy to ak
hit customers anil the publlo feneraNy. WHk
all kinds of bread cakes and evorylhHsf ta
Paint Your Roofs.
tl bavins; four iWs pali.trd well thr wll
ait itm-u lime ai lout and stops up all the
Haws acd nmull holes thereby preveutlas
lcKdurlMrtho florin and rains or lliooom
inff winter month. Order left with me at
tin owner of Avt-nuu K and lloutton it reel
wlil tm i.rntnntlr and natlMaclorlly doiio Also
ill kind of noun iljrn andonrrlaro pa-n tint
Volume VI Number 35 1 .
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. MONDAY DECEMBER 27. 1886.
Only 95 a Year
San Antonio Daily Light
Chronic grumblers alwavs flnd limn bad 1 hey fall to
see I hat the fHUlt I os with themselves Think busi-
ness l not satisfactory became the world goes
wrong Take things as you llnd then) Sw Im
rather with than against the tide-Warm
weather lias caused a decline In
MEN'S AND BOYS' OYERCOATS AND SUITS
Ladies' Cloaks Shawls and Heavy Dress Goods.
Blankets and Comforters 1
AlUtorcopdlnptylow price which ha
tnndeour Ann renowned. In nur Shop
Department we carry at all time doublo
tho assortment of any house In
Ladies' Misses' & Children's Shoes & Slippers
Our etnek Is all tnado to order from the
bent selected material. Wo have no poer
unfitting kikxIs. Trices warranted tuo
lowest In tliuclty.
JOSKE BROTHERS Alamo St.
MARK - DOWN - CLOTHING - SALE !
Suits and Overcoats!
NEW GOODS !
Inquire for Prices!
Genuine Bargains 1
WOLFF & MARX
Cor. Commerce and Alamo Sts. San Antonio Tex.
H. D. Kampmann President -
Celebrated Lager and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BO'lTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SAN ANTONIO - - - TEXAS.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!
h. vehf SON
Gigantic Stock in
SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED
Merchants advertise in various
ways such as "Selling Out at
Cost." "Damaged Goods" etc. try.
iug to gull the publlo that they
possess peculiar advantages by
which they are enabled to sell
cheaper than their competitors at
the same time selling at a good
protlt. They porpetnate a fraud
on a generous u lio by offering a
lower grade of g ods which are
palmed off as g od 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 tol-
lowing out this course I have
been successful and am proud to
say my business has increased
each yearand is.now
The Largest and Most Complete Establishment of
the Kind in
N. W. Corner Main Plaza.
Otto Koohlor Sec. and Managoi
THE GENTS DEPARTMENT.
Inducements in all department..-
San Antonio. Texas.
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
Prom all Parte of the 01ub Con
densed and Boiled Down.
The volcano of Coir ma Mexico I. In !
Trouble Is threatened between Colum
bia and (Josta-ltlca.
8am Slx-klller ot the Indian nation
Lilian lllnlon. a well known actress.
riled at Philadelphia.
llrakeuicn on tho Ohio and Mobile
slriku for higher pay.
There will tu a big sized clrcua when
he Indiana legltlattiru meets.
' The rinanlab Corte. hat been ilueed
nntll.Jantinry 17. by royal decree.
William or Oerinmv. ha. been con-
lined to hi. palace lor a few days.
The arrest of Ciiininliiirs and his itanit
la re urled from Chicago l'crhapa.
Joe ilaruuiifei tain harbor at weather.
ford for attempted highway robbery.
Chrlatmaa waa generally observed
throughout Texas aa a close holiday.
There la a general cry for rain nil over
Texan. Cnrlsttuas la over let II ruin.
Uelglunj la building ituimived burglar
proof vaua for the couveyanou of mull.
Churchill' courae la unlveraally con
demned by hla conaervatlve colleague
A Meninhla man aged 20 Jamea hiu-
bree about a frail woman and suicide..
O'Brien ttira tbe Dublin Kxurraa for
$23txju libel lor calling him aawlndler.
It will not be all "lain Balling with the
Inter-atale commerce bill; sotnlnka (Jul-
The Kuailan reserves have been called
rut and troona are on the move In Heaa-
The 1'ensacola etevedorea are on: on n
atrlke. Kverything waa managed
Herbert Spencer will puhllah Ma new
work "Factors of Organlo Kvolutllon"
Tax Collector Sutton of l'errr countr.
l'a. aulcldes becauae be waa thort 111 hla
Bob Conner. ooloreil. la In ln.ll at I'arl
charged Willi an outrage on a respect
auie uiarrivu lauy.
Christmas In France waa merrier than
uaual owing to better trade and more
The railway snow blockade Is par
tially lilted in Germany but trains
make slow progress.
Tho Indian terrltorv delegations at
Washington are not working harmoni
ously as In times past.
Louis P. Golden lost bis life on Chrlat
maa night trying to save Miss Emma
Howe from drowning.
Two bars of silver have been senues-
lered from a Union 1'aclllo carwhilttln
depot at St. Louis. Value $2000.
The colored people are working ener
getically to defeat tbe confirmation of
Itecnrder Mathews of District of Co
The czar Is In conatant terror of the
nihilists and fears the approach of
every one even bis own wife and
Patent oommlasloncr decide that the
Newark Ivory company la not entitled
io an? patent on manuiacture ot artin-
Senator Logan died vcslerdav ol
acute rheumatism. He waa not oon-
aidered dangerously III until a day or
i wo uetore uie ueatn.
The socialists of Frankfort are In com
plete state of alege. Having noaaeaslon
of prescribed publications Is deemed tut-
nceni cause lor arrest.
O'Urien Moore late manacrlnir editor
of the Qalveaton News was married ou
Christmas to Miss Agnes daughter of
editor In chief Jenkins.
Tbe czar Is reported from Vienna to
be drinking so heavily that delirium
tremens may auauK n m anu peruana
shake Europe Into a general war.
Serloua difference are reported be-
t ween the cabinets of Vienna and Uerlln.
Illemarck la charged wllh favoring
Itusila's schrmes reuardless of tbe etlect
While the French ateamer Villa de
Vlotorla was at anchor In the Tagua she
was run Into by tbe British Iron-clad
Sultan and many Uvea wore loat. Tbe
Sultan broke from her mooring..
Captain A. L. Nevlll. aherllTof I'realdlo
county la In the city.
Ilivnwu ixnu.il iinaiiciai nKeilt VI
the Texas penitentiaries. Is In tbe city
visiting nis sister airs uarry rerreit.
Mlaa Hennle Ilyder-Taylor and Mr.
George ltlce of Loaoyo were In town
to apend the Chrlatmaa and were tbe
gueais of Mr and Mrs. Ityder-Taylor.
John and Ulto Qreen sons of Colonel
N O Green students at Bryan College
are in ine ony to apenu ineir vacation
Mr. Caspar S. Butcher the well known
miner of Villudama Mexico accom-
panied by Mrs. James Baxter arrived at
tbe Menger hotel yesterday.
Dr. James Bartlett formerly of San
Antonio now of Fredericksburg was In
tbe city yesterday and went on to Brer-
ham. Mr. II. Oelkers who Uvea near New
Braunfela went on a hunt on the
Guadaloupo river and caught a young
lynx (wild eat). Mr. O. and partners
expect to capture the parents of the
Almost A Blv Fire.
An alarm of tire occurred late list
night In a small boute In I he yard buck
of Schrelner's saloon on West Commerce
and North Flores streets and Orllcera
Brown and Sellel were called upon to
extinguish It. Very little damage was
done. A drunken negro sleeping In tbe
Durning uuuuing waa rescued ana ar-
rested. It Is supposed be let the place
Burned to Deatb.
An old neirro woman llvlnir with ber bus-
band William Lillartl.on Mesquite street rear
tho Sunset deoot. was burood so b.dlv l!hr1t.
mas ulght that sbo died of ber Injuries lust
mam. iter nusouna was not at nomo uud ua
one was at tho cabin but au old. InDrra neirrn.
Ila sav. ba was In ImnI. but saw hflmltllnir liv
tbesuive. Blie Jurupod up with her clothing-
on the remains this afternoon.
The tramps who attacked old man
Braweroulon Eight mile bll are sup-
nosed to be In t lie oil v. as several nettv
thefts have been committed by parties
oi tueir description in tae last two days
SHOT AND KILLED.
Sheriff Charley McKlnney Killed at Two-
nlff Station LaSalle County.
The news of the kllllmr of Sheriff Charles II.
MuKlmicr. of Lafallo councy yesterday anil
tho mortal wounillnir of Ills deputy. Peter
Kdward. In Twotilir M.tlon. mar ('ol-ilU.
reached h ro last nlfrht. The particulars or
the killing are very ineairro but It would seem
that 4cklnriejr and his deouly rodu over to
Twohlif Ironi Cotlilla to arrest a man named
mine enarireu with runo. At tno iwo an
men In ambu'li
ly killed McKlnney by a bullet Ihrounh Iho
ee and mortally
I. Kdwards at 4 o'clock this
morulnir was ) el alire.
Mknukh Hiitru Casper S lluteher Mrs
Jns HaxlerAiiitirrAnd.ou VHUtdnina Mexi -1
A lllier and 8 ll Ulley lloiislou; N J rjM)cr
: I. piuntti Peter Koiii ii w i:.nir. j
Hwltztr IIT Urown. Crawford. MeCarty t ha.
Morirati Win llurlls. New Vorki Charles K
Tlp K Nolle M'irulri r Ijtmliert lloeiliet C
W Daniel and wilu tlr and Mrs Ijiue .tustlni
Krnat H.'hertr C II Miller. V Sell. ill. tarl
HoejH'r. Carl flerrlinr J I! Nilhn F An-1rav
Aiiton Hermann It M Church New limine
feist l)r llartlett Krtilerlckahnrirl Mrs J MI
llamaon ami ilniiKhler IIakId l'aa tlr J Van
tltskeriuid Hlie llavld tlreirir wile and two
daughters l.ullnirl Itatael Musqula and wife
Pledrasi M Marlines and wire 1 Krelsalnler
J Itobillcnvn. J N Shatter and wire Picdras
Neyrasi 1.11 llohlnaoii MIm l.ula lllnea. It K
Mavhen Miss Lney WIlllainNon Miss It t.aiie
'I tun M Colston T J Ivy H II Jones. J It l.une
I'latonlal J Hwarts l.ulhiui W u 'lltus KmitIii
l'assi II K llerimril Knosvllle Tenul II It
lluliuan. Wheuton llll Mrsllaakelt and son
Kt ljulat T J Ponton (lonsalesi II Ward
Tciast 11 O Uurnea Corpus Cbrlstl.
HoliTIIRHK IliiTkUT I' Coleman Ilcxsr
oiiinit) i John T Matties Uvaldel Charles II
llleks. l.'l I'uxitUU Hortou. li-.tnnli): Julio
lluiier tit lmls! Allien S tlalschet Wnshlmr-
lo.i. Ilcill M (llruu.l. Palestine! ITlmrra-
hnni. Corpus I'lirlatll ll.T Pear lla-lrop: Julio
A Wlite II inch; A Palmer. Austin! Uiimes P
Marklinm. Iloernei V W lluriiaril fiihlnali
(h-.rm. .M Addlnirlon and W II lnrllil.
I.ullinr: Cinl U L Newell. .Marfal Jamea l-Mirar.
I'reahl.oi C W Wllklns Msm Hiniiki Henry
HI! McMlehnl Han Marcos) W u lllealuy Itw
Heaolutlone of Respect-
Ui.k LolinE No. 3.1 KiuniiTitl'rTitlAH I
tljll Antonio December 1 land. I
IthaapleMeilllie Hupreino Chan-
I'llblas Hun Antonio. Tel
A. A. Aleia
lliaolrcd Tliat this lodfro tend'jr their pm.
Hind a input hy to tbo bercaed widow of our
Ilu It rnrlli.ir renlvrl.tlint thean reanlntlnna
be InscillM'd upon the minutes of tills lodite a
ml III Fori'-aoliillnna mihllahid In tli'niireaa
f this cll and tho castlo hall bo draped anil
r tho bodico of l
P. W. BTnaKT;
Cut By Tramps.
An old Herman named llrawerrnaldlnir at
t!omrort ciinie In on Friday to buy Christinas
raronnd preaenta nnd then left for Iiotio. He
milled on tho rredonckaburir road wheu no
lis u4liled by two trumos who trleilto rob
him. llrawer resenteil this and In ttio Jliilit
hat ensued ho was rnithtrully cut lir the
iKloioen. The would bn robbers then de-
aniDod without booty llrawer was hroinrtit
back to Hie city for treatment. Ilia Injuries
are very bsluful. but are not regarded to be
A Chance for Health
n tho form of a venial medicinal cordinl. Ho
hnu ales anoetlto. hastlio further effect ot
purlljlliir tho llfo current and stretixtheiilnir
the neryoiis sisltm. As Iho blood yi-owa
richer and purer by Ua uao. they hIio resort to
thla sterling medicinal ajrenl aoipilre not only
vigor but bodily siiliatuuco. A hrulllilul
clianiro In tho secretions la ilfecti d by It and
that sure and rapid physical deeuy which it
Struck; on the Head.
A young starting man nainiKl Iiarry Wilson
aa approached by two tramps Haturdat
lornlinr. whllo In front of Klaner'a atoro. and
asked for moner. He refused and
l tuken In the Jail ami put In a cell
rthn head Willi tho keya or Iron bolt and
head wua badly cut. Olllcer llennett aaia
with tho keys while Wilson says It was
rltuu heavy Iron bolt.
On the Carda.
Kate Forsyth will not play at the (Irani!
Tho dates and
Wednesday matlneo Lady Audlcy's Secret!
Tho Chrlstmaa dar sorvlco at St. Mark'.
cathedral was remarkably attractlvo and the
decorations superb. These decorations were
designed by Mr. II (lodwln Mitchell endear.
riea out uniier ine oireenon or inouesigner or
Mrs. Leonard. ilr. Varga. tbo Misaes M.
Vance. I.. OiiJpn. Nealiltt. Murnliv. Ilavlord
and Meaars. Murphy Leonard caruthers and
McAdo'j. Tho singing was oztellent the choir
Miss lillu Toblni contraltos' Misses Lilian
Uuden and FUher: tenors. tlidwlti Mltehll
anu J. 31. earn basso w.'ioblnand llalslnger.
Oao of tho Dleasantost llttln Dartlea
uiieniieu vy iiiu 1.11JHT repon
being tbo cbristeuin
folk from auioug the ttrat families of
Fighting at Fearaall.
A tcrlous cutting affray occurred on Christ-
named Will James. No
assigned for tbo k lllng excopt that James Is
pretty badly stabbed by J A. Bbaw abou
X o'olock Baturday
1. ehaw Ts tu Jail charged
with Intent to kill.
to'Vllaa Loulaa A. Jamea. or anrlnllari .it1
Mr. Luklnlsa popular teacher of tbe High
scoiKH. anu nil ineuus an join in wismng blc
Joy ou tbl. auspicious occasion.
by tbe young folks present In banquelllng
anadanolng. A largo cumpuny were pieient.
THE BITER BIT.
How Some Horse Traders Played a Clever
Trlclc on a Sharp One of
r tho San Antonio l.tuiiT
In Twenty-fourth street raal of Fourth
avenue New York city both slilea of the
street aa far aa Second avenue are lined
with sale and exchange stables onin-
inonly known as Bull's Head where
tricks of the trade are Pracllcrd unuii
the green and unwary. One of the old-
1 oi mis iratarnny. wnoiiati saiieniiis
best friends and customers was trealtd
u uia turn ny iwo of his victims us lol-
Knowing no old trick would catch this
sharper they finally hit upon a plan of
action which ine sequel win anow aoien
to perfection. On uklng up the lleralil
one morning as waa hla oiiaioin to read
the horse notes tbe following met hla
r or aaie rrice l.nsi-llie last anil re
liable gelding Tom Wonder wbo trot-
ted user the iV'averlv track last season.
driven by Mr. Murphy In the free-fur-
an winning hi tnree straignt ucais:
time 2:2U 1:22 2:2U). He wears no
bools and can be tlilten by a ladv up to
speed with safely; perfectly reliable; no
road loo long for him; satisfactory rea-
sons given lor selling at this low figure;
arranteu sound kinu anu periect."
Mr. Sharper smiled and thought ho
would Juat take a look at the horso al-
though be waa ton old a bird to bo
caught with such chaff. In taking the
number oi street anu siaoio ne starlet!
to llnd Tom Wonder: finding the stable.
evidently a prh ate one In the rear of
ono of the numerous handsome resi-
lience around and everything In first-
class st) le. On Inquiring for the horse a
slick-looking roan gelding was led out.
waa a line specimen or horse uesli.
limbs clean as a foal high and abarp In
tho wlthera and looked a wind splitter
to perfection. To Sharper's enquiries n
stylish groom answered that everything
would Le guaranteed as represented
and lo a responsible party three da)s
would be given to teat the speed.
Sharper asked If be would give hlni
the refusal on him until 12 o'clock?
noon) "es"wasthe answer but no
longer. Sharper left with the Intention
of proving himself a responsible party
anu gelling n trial -it iu o ciock a very
handsome and at all appearances n
urivale carriage drove up to snaruer's
door. In the box was a coachman and
footman both In livery. The turnout
In all resnecis denoting a very wealthy
owner Upon the footman opening the
door tbe a very respectable looking old
gentleman got out and came towards
air. sharper wno was smiling anu try-
ing to look Innocent as here was evi
dently a fat goose to be picked "Are
you Mr. J" calling Sharper by
name "lea air" anawereu miarper.
Wei .when vou buv a borae.lt Is to sell
again Is It not f While I buy for my
own use." -very irue-' says nnarper
wondering what was coming. "1 have
Just been to see a borae called
wonuer. Bays tue oiu gen
tleman; bad a ride after blui
and am so well pleased and willing to
buy 1 understand you have the refusal
on blm ot cuurae 1 can't expeot you to
aell at the tuine figure at which you buy
1 will give SCO0 for blm and take hlni
Just aa be l what aay you? "Agreed"
said snurper. i neoiu gent men aaiu "i
win give you ou now to prove i mean
business placing a bran new 50 note In
Sharper's hand and will be here by one
ciuck wiin my ceriuieu cuecg lor mo
balance SS30" and refused to take any
receipt saying "1 like your looks my
friend and such things are not needed
between bonest folks." "By tbe way
though" be called from the carriage win-
uuy ine uorse sicioines lor me n
you can get them at -t reasonable figure."
iiaruiy waning lor tue carriage io get
out of sight Mr. Sharper with nearly
touu fatten irom ms sate was on nia way
to tbe stable of Tom Wonder when tbe
groom wanted to know If be wished a
irlair said no ne guessed be knew a
trotter when he saw one and lelt lead-
ing tbe horse through the atreet and
$lS of hla money In the handa of the
groom who had given a receipt from the
widow of his late master anu Willie
thanking the gentleman could not bear
to see horse leave as It brought painful
recollections of the happy past. Sharper
rr veu aaieiy at nis stable wnere a vox
stall was lifted up for Tom Wonder
where Sharper left blm standing lo bis
knees In clean rye straw while he took
bis station at the door waiting for the
old gent to appear. Time passed slowly
to soarper wuoae eyes were strained
looking for the beautiful turnobl
once more. At B p. m. It began to grow
dark and soon the street lamps were
lighted. At Isat with oaths that turned
the air blue about blm be Installed one
of bla stable boys In bis chair having
nan no dinner snu it being men supper
time he left leaving Instructions with
tbe boy to come for blm at onoe should
tbe old gent arrive.
It is naruiy necesasry to add that the
rig and stable bad been hired for the oc-
casion and that tbe old gent failed to
put In an appearance with bis certified
check. Next morning Tom Wonder was
hitched to Sharper's buggy for a spin up
the road. He sulked and balked In tbe
most approved fashion. Tbe other
dealers who by this time were posted
sung out to blm "Push on the lines"
iteei mm" etc ironuer wus taken
back and put In an old open stall.
uianaei ana noou nung in tue omoe
while Sharper In a white heat started
for the stable wSere be had left bis
SS23. All was closed wltb no sign of
life about tbe place and on Inquiring of
ine scent was toiu me Diace uau been
hired for one day and could give blm no
Tom Wonder was spirited awav In tbe
dark ot nlgbt and bis future was never
known to tbe lambs who put up tbe Job.
600 Founds Brevier
For salo at 23 cents a pound wllh abundance
of sorts caps small cans and ngurca. Also
Uuslncss Manager S. A. LloilT Otnco.
The following nights la the Knights
of 1'ythlas ball: Monday Wednesday
and Friday. Enquire of Q. D. lloemer
at i-iauT omce. iz-o-u
To tho Public
and to all whom It may concern: Uere-
aiter untiuanuary 8 asi l will sell the
oily beer at $2 per keg.
Assignee of estate of J.B. Belohradslty
os vo. la-e-im
Wood For Bale.
Best post oak wood for sale at 4.7S per
cord delivered. Head orders to H. Bast.
an Mil mum street tr
Own Tour Home
The books are now open for subscrip-
tion to the sixth aeries of the Merchants
and Mechanics Building and Loan uio-
elation. Apply to W. A. Honynge. sec-
rstsrx room b aoieasa block li-ie-sm
THIS CHANCE 1
Unheard of Prices in Dry GoodsWe are Determined to Mike Oil
Prices So Low That Everybody Can Boy
Ladies' Cloaks. Clothing.
IM Ladles' Cloaks all kinds II En SI Men's Suits only lert. for Hit
4H l.aillea' llcilmans. new style 7 (SI lloja' Bulls very very cheap only... IN
Unwraps durerenl kinds all new HnoOenta Caaa.tucro fulla only t 00
styles (s ui.to (11 00 Hplendid Men's Urercoau only. .- I a)
Misses' Cloaks. Shoes.
I Jirge Aaaorlmcnt only t:VI Ladlea' Kid tlntton Hoots ft M
Mlaaea- l!ltera ( uj Very Fine Kid llullon llools 1 M
er siyliah tines i) M Mi.ms' Hood Quality Button Hoots... 109
Chlllreu's Cloaks ...lit Ladles' Heal Hand-Hewed Button (00
Ingrain Carpels new line. ... Sio. a yard 14 Whllo Woolen Blanket. .... CO
MiiierCarpcts bright patterns. foo. a yard IU FlneQuatity lllanket. 00'
All Wool Aupor lUtra Ko. a yard 13-4 lino California Ulankets . 100
Brussels Carpets only Tie. a anl guilts from l 00 to 109
Dry Goods. Underwear.
At lito. per lard Worthllo. Ladles' Knit Vests too.
forjrio. per yard Handsome. . Worth Klo. Children's Knit Vests ...Slo.
ror Ho. per) ant All-Woo1 Uoods llenls' Knit Shirt ...800.
sold every where at .! w Oenls' Fancy Bulls It w
IMS & OfPEIIEIlEI
212 and 214 COMMERCE STREET.
And look at our Immense Bargains before you buy.
500 5-pound pails Mince Meat.
500 5-pound pails Preserves and Jellies.
1000 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
Comer Military Plaza ana Treyino Street.
Nothing Is more appropriate or more highly appreciated for
Holiday Presents than artloles of Jewelry. You will flnd at my
store an endless variety of rich jewels ranging In prices to (alt
nil. .If buyers will call at my store and leisurely survey the
grand dlaplay ofDlamonds Jewelry and Silverware they will see
for themselves that It Is much bettertopurcbaseof oar fine first-
class goods at the remarkably low prices we will ask for them
than It is to buy from those who offer goods bought In Job lots
from eastern auction bouses. Buyers of such articles Had oat
when It Is too late that they have been sold and that they D
paid a high price for Inferior and undesirable goods.
GRAND OPENING 0E HOLIDAY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Importers of Wines and Brandies Gim
Liquors and Cigars
Nos. 19 and 21 West Commerce Street.
We with to Inform tho publlo that we arc now tally pre pa rod to lupplr the trade wttheretr
thin a In tho line ot Imported and Dometttlo Wines brandies Ulns Liquors and Cnrs. our
Mr. WfthUtab being Uut and huvlnv purchased the oholocit stock ot goods Trbroufbt to
To tho fa ml ly trade we would say that our Holiday Goods cannot be exoelled either In
quality or prices and families wish! ujf to supply themselves will save money by fail I rig on ua.
All orders by mall or otherwise will bo promptly attended to.
RIVERSIDE - CAFE - RESTAURANL
SIMMANC (V HAMPEL Proprietors.
Lunch and Meals j Oyster JJish Game
Al' ALL HOURS.
TO CALL AT-
tbe Holidays at Rock B0TI0I PRICES
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San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 351, Ed. 1, Monday, December 27, 1886, newspaper, December 27, 1886; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth145037/m1/1/: accessed July 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .