The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 28, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. I No. 23
San Antonio Texas Saturday April 28 1883.
Ten Cents a Week
The San Antonio Lignt-
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I Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas f
CALCASIEU LUMBER TilD
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
1. O. Ilox 2tW Tclephono SSI.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Consisting of JFramlng Timber Iloxlng Fencing Dressed Flooring SI ding. Headed Celling
nil Finishing Lumber; nlsn u full supply of Door? Sash. 1 tl 1 n-lrt. Mouldings Shingles. Dressed
nnil Hough Pickets of all Patterns Flustering Lath Hurhcd Win- Mixed l'alnts lluililorn
Hardware anil ovcrytlilnir fouml In atlrst-clma lumber ynnl. Wo nro prepared to lurnlsh
special niiis to order lu snort nonce ueing conneuicii wim onu m tuo largest nuns in mu uucu-
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Hensley Manager.
Houston Street next to Dr. Horn's resilience.
All tlio delicacies of tlio season.
ELEGANT- PK1VATE DINING ROOMS
Ol'KK DAY AND NIOIIT.
lmportod wines liquors mid cigars always on
AT THE CASINO HI AY 21 '83.
nfl'roinonado Concert. Sunner and Hall by
tlio San Antonio Ilrltlsli Association. Tickets
SI. Including ndmlHsIim to tlio whole at Him
Hurt's Itlnchc's Itliodlus V Tcmpaky's Alnmo
jiusio lioiiso uouanu s reunion's 01 11. uy-
der.Tavlor. 1.H1IIT o 111 co. nnil all members.
' Music by tlio Klclith Cavalry Hand. 28-liu
CARTER & MULLALY
Funerals Furnished With Kvory Itequlslte.
Special attention given to forwarding bodies
to all parts of tho United States. EETTelophono
connection. Calls attoudod day and night.
Important to the Traveling l'ubllo.
do to tho Central hotel of San Antonio.
First -llccaupo being recently HnUlied and
furnished In tho neatest style with tho cool
und airy hulls and electric light It Is tlio most
comfortablo placd In tho city.
Second llccauso being In tho vory centre of
tho city between tho two depots with streot
cars In trout and stages and hacks to all points.
It Is tho most convenient to business and
Third Ilernuso under the snmo management
for tho lust 10 years you can get moro Infor-
mation about tho country unit people.
Foiirth-Hecniiso It Is tlio only tlrst-o.'ass ho-
tel In tho city ut J 1 to 11.50 per day anil it Is to
your Interest upon tho principle that a dollar
saved Is u dollar mudo.
Houses leave this hotel for every trulnand
stages and hacks for Handera I'leusunton
Stockdnlo mid lntcrinoil Into points dally ut 7 a.
m. (except Sundays) and Helena ami points
south Mondays Wednesdays auid Fridays at 7
a. in. and Iloerno and points north dally at tt
This hotel Is provided with a postofllce nnd
nil mall to Its care delivered dally at 10 a. in.
and 4 1. m. (excopt Sundays) when tho otlleo
Itself is open train 11 to IS a. in.
English Gorman French und Spanish lan-
.Sunset oast 11 a. m. and 4:33 p. in.
Riinsat west 0:10 p. in.
International anil Great Northorn north
7:15 a. in and S p. in.
International and (Ircat Northern south 0
p. in. I.N. 11AKEII
Just the Thine lor Summer
Mr. Frank A. Sclfol has Just received n (Inn
lot of tho Improved Triumph Coal Oil Stoves
of all sizes suitublo forall purposes. They will
boll loast and heat anything without tho
necessity of n lire. I'rlee from 75 cents. Cull
and soo thorn at Selfoll's storo Alamo street
oppoelto Qcoruo Dullnlg's.
To Ho Offored Only li Short Time by
Cohen & Knoulgholm.
12 dozen still bats at CO cents each worth
S2.S0 to 3.00.
25 dozen lino wool huts at 31.00 each worth
7 dozen Mexican felt hats at $1X0 each worth
100 more of those Rciuilno Indigo bluo llanncl
suUsJust received by express at $8.50 worth
ouciarK cassunoro suits at S8.50 worth 811.00.
iionnrK cassimeru suiuat jn.ou worth Sl3.no
60 dark casslmero suits at 6:).W) worth $5.00
no dark casslmero suits at St 00. worth JO 00.
50 boys' blue llanncl suits at IS 00 worth $3 GO
100 pairs boys' cussluicro kueo pants at SI 00
worth Jl SO.
17) pairs English cottouado punts at $1 25
55 dozen all silk bandkcrchlofs ut SO cents
worth SI 00.
This week wo otTcr special Inducements to
city trade and only ask an Inspection of tho
above burgiilns to convince you that you am
buy clothing or anything else In our line as
I'uuui'tii us as in any eusi ern cuy
CllllKN & KOKNIUIIEIM.
To Suit Kvory Lady's Taato.
Wo huvo heard u great deal of comment
lately in a very luvorahie way notonlyon tho
extent but also on tlio character of tho stock
which woitson carried in the various depart-
liowovor huvo been moro Muttering than those
bestowed on his millinery department. Ho es-
tablished this branch to meet a pressing want
in Miu .niouio anu it nus grown to Mien pro.
nortlous that he has found it necessary to on.
gage the services of onu of tlio tlticst inlljlnors
to take especial charge of that departmcntnud
tho salesladies and trimmers In it. Tula new
feature enables tho ladles to havo their hats
trimmed according to tlieir own tusto und to
mutch any suit by onu who hus had practical
experienco and can guarantee satisfaction.
Ijidles cull tiiirehusu hats and bonnets.trliniued
or untrlmmed und thoso who deslro enn huvo
trimming done on shortest notice tor bnlls.wcd-
dhiLrs. luneruls. nlenlcs. travel etc. Mr.
Wolfson's stock of (lowers feathers ribbons.
ornaments etc is very extensive and ladies
can select their hats and trimmings without
leaving tuo no use. this is a rcaturo which
will bo extensively appreciated by tho lair
At Qllberl's No. "Houston street. 4-Sl-lm
Gents' Straw lints.
First-Clans Cook Wanted
Immediately Enquire at Ludwlg Munckn'i
restaurant bciioiz s garuen. )i
If you want lollablu Information about
Mexico go to Nio Tengg. bookseller. Cominereo
street nun purcuaso ino nupuuuu oi .Mexico in
if. wiin tno nest map or our sister ucpuiiiic
an ior uu per copy. t-u-u
Ladles und gentlemen to canvass for books
ami alliums agents making turco uonais u
duy. Apply ut S50 West Coiuuierco St. room 2
up stairs. .-i-j-ir.
Kurt & Kulin's
Steam Siiusngo factory rocommrnds Itself to
an epicureans who wish to test nno tervoiut
rot nt. uooguaunu wen nil suusuircs. neat
clieeso and blood'nuddlng alwavs on hand
Salesroom 419 Houston streot next door to
iuuvoricK muu omco.
He Good Kiiough to Note It.
Mr. I'nrk Doe manufacturing Jowclor and
engraver has taken part of tlio storo at Sll
Commerce streot where ho will curry on the
business of u iiiuuutucttirlng and repairing
Jeweler. Dlflleult woik und lino engraving a
specialty. Trudo work from all parts of tho
nuuu soueiieu una naiisiacuou guaraiueed
I'ark Doe 'M Coiumorco street Suu Antonio
Tho popular turner!) nnd cabinet makers of 20
Hast Houston street huvo completed their new
shoo. Thev are now readv to uxeouto imv und
nil work in their line and Invito their cus-
tomers and tho public generally to give them a
trial. Thoy will mako ovory elfort with their
incrootou raeiiuies to pieaso overyuouy
work and prices. 1
A ItATIONAI IDEA.
Ban Antoiiliin Tutcr a l'lea on llehnlf
of Uie llrltlnhors.
Mr. Cliarlcs Scabuugli tti his last lottor to tho
Ivo Stock Journal 'writes ns follows: "We
should not cast our ayes upon ono slnglo
Englishman and becutiso wo novor saw another
llko him put down tho whole population of tho
llrltlsh emplro as exactly such things us he.
et this Is done not onco nor twice but Is per
sisted In by some all tho time. We forget that
wo oiireolvcs cumo from a parent stalk tbut
Columbus Amerigo Vespucci or soma
ther fellow discovered our laud of Ood and
liberty when thcro were nono hero but the
stupid abnrlgtnces trom which tho murderous
savages sprung. Wo Americans came from
Hnglund Scotland Ireland Germany I'otand
Spnln and others of tho old countries of Ihirope
Asm aim Ainca anu pn iinmy our lorciHiuers
were Just as "funnv" us soma Kconlo who
came trom thoso foreign countries are to us
io-nay. no siioum romeiuiior tnai racn coun-
try hus Its iiecullarltlcs nf custom dress etc.
and because all aro mft llko wo nro Is no evi
nce that wo aro tho best. These remnrks
wander about tho point wo wish to make.
which is tunc western Texas is lo-uay receiv-
ing a class of Knglnh Immigrants who nro tin
honor to tho section and u decided Hcciulsltlon
to her business nnd social circles hlgb-brtd
Intelligent ladles and gentlemen worthy of
tho fullest esteem. Thevure coming here too
wiiu ineir pocKcts wen linen anu casting tnetr
fortunes wltli us and falling Into lino as ono
of us lu our rapid march onward. Tho bud
huvo not remained. They could no more pros
ier hero than elsewhere. It Is the good who
mvo cast anchor to stav until the shin of llfo Is
rent asunder on tho oca of time Wo forbear
mentioning names lest thcro bo some unin-
tentional oversight but wo say all over tho
West wo sco prosperous Kngllsh ranchmen
who huvo only within a short time two. thico
or four years made our section tholr home.
All such who nro hero aro prospering aro liked
and honored and trusted. Wo want such citi
zens. v o want them to eomo and cover our
fields with herds of sheep nnd cattle and
horses und prosper to tho fullest possible ox-
tent. Hut let tlio idlo and the trilling know
that thcro Is no room for tho trump tlio slug-
gurd and tho Impostor In Westrn Texas.
AN KXT1CAO KlilNAllY CLAIM.
ha Mun-ln-the-Moon Hxpccted In the
City ns it Clitlinnnt.
Apropos of tho claim upon tho Hinckley
estate- a correspondent ot the Light writes us
Recurring to u local Itoin In tho Express of
Wednesday last it may bo of additional Intorcst
to Its readers to know that thero Is great proh
ability aa Judged by some that the Man-of-t he-
Moon at an early dato possibly at the next
now quarter will nrrlvo In our city with in
tent to lay claim to some of tho most valued
properties In It estimated at many millions.
That this Is so Is strongly suspected from tho
peculiarly contemplative and wistful aspect of
his features toward us for theso several
thousand years; and It la thought his purpose
must now bo rlpo for uctlon. It Is not yet
known who of our citizens will bo solccted by
this distinguished claimant to bo honored bv
bis entertainment while here; but it Is general
ly conceited mat ino sumo very worthy and
genial legal gentlemen who nro announced ns
inivintr been emnlovod In tho tlrst pjihp. will
also bo retained In thli and that they aro
equally couniicni oi success in uoin. ji tuny
bo due to fact however further to statu that
tho uuestlou of this irrcut couiinir mnv. after
nil. bo but n matter of mero lnnnnshliip: nnil
whether wnen arrived no suaiiueom It prudent
to ucginucuuu or recover- is u manor or stilt
moro rarlncd vision and whether successful
whon finally issued nt law Is a uuestlou of In
Hnlteslmul nttenuntlon of Debt. Hut whether
liorettiin from us with pockets ludcn with the
inyrmus ui uuvuiuu ueuauru ur mil sun us ino
net result of his tnlw'ou. It may bo found that
ho bus startod wit momentary shock the
apprehensions or synr 'Utilizing friends that ho
has provided a nine davs' wonder to h fur.
distant und hnlf-lllutnlncd people nnd while
prouting oy a moro cniurgeu experience or tuo
iirccurlousncss of mundane expectations and
liopcii that ho bus achieved a penny notoriety
to niniseu aim panics concerned.
Notes on the Practice of Smoking opium
and Its Kll'ect on Humanity
The articles and paragraphs In tho local
papers havo diverted publloattuntfon to opium
smoking In the city. On the ouo hand It Is con
tended that tho practice Is general In tho city;
on the other that It Is confined ton few Isolated
coses among tho Chinese nnd dcml-motido.
The latter Is tho vlow of Captain Kurber tlio
clliclent City Marshal and the experience of
tho I.ioiit lends It to believe that it Is correct
The consumption of opium by eating and
smoking Is most antique and Is now prevalent
in an puns oi inu worm especially among tlio
Asiatic population. Smoking Is moro general
because It Is more elllcaelons: but It Is ulso
more dangerous to tho health ts effect is
oxllerntlng and anodynlc producing a com
plete oiuiviousnoss to care and pain tilling the
brain with dreams of a culm and nlousnnt.
character such as thoso depleted by Litmartlno
and Thomas do Qulnoy. These elfects nro
pleasing to Humanity and mako the
ciHtom ono of tho most seduetlvn nlinr.
actor in opium smoking countries tho pno
lice arises irmu cusiuiu as iuducco smoKing
dons In America. Among tho Europeans It
commences mainly from mero curiosity and
they play with the giant until thev nro com
plctely fn his power an 1 sad Indeed Is such n
victim ino euects upon tuo piiysioioglcul
Bystein oi opium smomng are serious nnd if
nersisicu in win eaueo a meiunouoiy uoutli
The digestion becomes Impaired tho uorvei
shattered the frame emaciated and the vie
urn presents inn nppouruuco or u walking
corpse. Thoso who uro wise will avoid It. bo-
cause although it prodticos temporary rollof
from caro and pain and excites ploasaut
Imaginations It paves tlio way to a miserable
inu uuu a wroioucu uoain.
Further Details of the Killing of Jerry
Ilulmes In Del lllo.
Two prominent oQlclals of tlio railroad
called upon tho Lhiut this morning and said
that In describing Mr. J Carr who shot .Terr
Holmes as a dcsicrato character an Injustice
was dono to him. Mr. Carr they say is ouo of
tho best men at Del lllo and has at all times
been a pouceful citizen. Ho was well known
all over Texas as a newspaper oori-espondcut
under tho now du plume of ''Looomotlvo" and
organized a btilldiiiK society and other things
tor uie u in u. oi i ue men. no is miicn re-
spected lu Del Klu unit If he Is admitted to ball
tlici'Ulsnotamui) who win not willingly sign
his bond.as they know that tlio Isstio was forced
upon him and If he had not killed Holmes his
own life would have been lost.
An Inquest on tho body of Holmes resulted
In tho verdict thnt Holmes died from tho effect
of shot wounds from tho pistol of J O. Curr
nnd Mr. Cnrr Is now under examination at
Itrackctt. Ex-Attorney (lencral McLcnry Is
tin old friend of Curr and Is dofendlng him.
HIIAMKOCK TO' Til 13 l'ltONT.
Ittsolutlons Adopted by tho National
Irish Convontlou at l'lillnilolphln
Philadelphia Ta. April 27. Resolved
by Irish-American people in convention as
sembled That the English Government in
Ireland originating in usurpation by force
having failed to discharge any duties of the
Government never having acquired the con-
sent of the governed has no more right what-
ever to exist in Ireland and that it is the
duty of the Irish race throughout the world to
sustain the Irish people in the employment of
all legitimate means to substitute for it na-
tional self-government. '
Resolved That we pledge our unqualified
and constant support rmral and material to
our countrymen in Ireland in their efforts to
recover material self-government and in order
to more effectually promote this object by
consolidation of nil resources and the creation
of one responsible and authoritative body to
speak for great Ireland in America that all
societies represented in this convention and all
that may hereafter comply with the conditions
of admisiionlic organized into the National
League of America'for the purpose of sup-
porting the Irish National League of Ireland
of which Charles Stewart I'arnell is Presi-
dent. Resolved That wc heartily endorse the
noble sentiments of Ilishop llutler of Lim-
erick that every stroke of Foster's savage lash
was for him a new proof of 1'arnell's worth
and an additional title for him to
the confidence and gratitude of his country-
men. Resolved That we sympathize with the la
borers of Ireland in their efforts to improve
their condition and as wc have sustained the
farmers tn their assaults upon landlord agra'
nantsm we now urge upon the farmers jus
tice and humane consideration lor laborers.
for the employment of which an Irish member
of Parliament was imprisoned. We demand
that the farmers allow laborers "a lair day s
wanes for a fair day's work."
Resolved That as the manufacture of
Great Britain are the chief source of her ma
terial greatness already declining under the
Influence ol American Competition we earn-
estly counsel our countrymen In Ireland to
buy nothing in Englaud which they can pro-
duce in Ireland or procure from America or
t ranee; and we pledge ourselves to promote
Irish manufactures by encwuracinc their im
port Into America and to use the utmost en-
deavors by a plain statement of facts and
discrimination in patronage to persuade
American tradesmen from keeping English
goods on sale.
Resolved 1 nat an English ministry os-
tentatiously liberal has earned the contempt
and detestation of fair minded men throuch-
out the world. Imprisoning more than 10000
citizens of Ireland without accusation or
trial a number of whom were noble hearted
women engaged in works of mercy among
the evicted victims of landlord rapacity ana
Resolved I hat this convention thank
Rev. John jolan lliihop of St. Paul; Right
Kev. loiin u Connor jjisnop ot umaha;
Right Rev. John Lancaster Spalding Ilishon
of Peoria; Most Rev. John Williams Archbis-
hop of Uoston; Right Rev. S. V. Ryan Bis-
hop of liuffolo; Most Rev. A. Feehan Arch-
bishop of Chicago; Right Rev. Edward Fitz-
gerald Bishop of Little Rock and their co-
laborers tor their cuicient ellorts in providing
homes for Irish immigrants into the United
States. The people of Ireland are by the
law of God and nature entitled to live bv their
labor in their native land whose fertile soil
is abundantly able to nourish them: but since
the British Government compels large num-
bers to emigrate it is thi duty of their coun-
trsmen tojwarmjthem against the snares of pov-
erty In large cities and assist them in agricul-
Resolved lhat the policy of the Lnchsh
Government in first reducing the Irish peas-
antry to abject poverty; and then sending
tnem penniless to tne united Mates depend'
ent upon American charity is unnatural in
human and an outrage upon the American
Government and people. We respectfully
direct the attention of the United States Gov
ernment to this iniquity protest against its
buuiiuumiuc nuu iiisuubi 111c umciais wno
shall be chosen by this convention to present
our protest to the President of the United
States and respectfully but firmly urge upon
the president mat It is the duty ot the Uov-
ernment of the United Stales to decline to
support paupers whose pauperism began un-
der and is the result of English misgovern-
ment and to demand of England lhat she
send no more of her paupers to these shores
to oecome a uuruen upon the American people.
Kesoiveu 1 nat this convention welcomes
the sturdy and undaunted patriot and pru
dent custodian Patrick Eazan. who. to pro'
tect Land League funds from the robber
hands of the English Government voluntarily
abandoned his private business and accented
long exile in foreign lands the integrity of
wnose guardianship bat been certified to
after minute examination of his books bv the
distinguished and independent patriots. lohn
Dillon Rev. Eugene Shelby and Matthew
Harris. Greatful for his Invaluable services
his countrymen rejoice that they possess on
this Important occasion the advantage of his
wise and experienced counsel and are nroud
to welcome him to their hearts and their
Reading the report was punctuated by
heuty applause. At the arraignment of the
English Government in the first resolution
the enure convention rose and cheered.
Hravy Damages. )soj
Baud April 23. Charles McClare a
brakeman who was thrown from the roof of
a freight train by a loose plank last October
obtained a judgment in the District court to-
day against the Texas and Pacific Railroad
comnanv far S to 000. The rnmninv lrt (In
case go by default.
Phot by a Congressman
Harrishurg April 27. Captain Phil I).
Thompson ex-member of the Legislature
shot Walter Davis as he was stepping from the
smoking car on the Cincinnati Southern rail-
road this morning. Thompson was inside the
car. The ball went through Davis' head pro-
ducing instant death. The cause alleged is
undue intimacy of Davis with Thompson's
Movement Against Polygamy
Kansas City April 27. The Journal's
Omaha special says: Ex-Senator Paddock
of the Utah commission left to-day for Salt
Lake to join the other member! nnd prepare
for the work of taking the June registration
for the election which occurs in August at
which time members of the Legislature will
be elected. An effort will be mada to get up
a clean registration to shut out polygamists.
This is regarded as the most important step
in the movement against polygamy.
Court Doings In Houston.
Houston April 27. John Cane a negro
convieted of rape upon a white woman near
here nbout a year ago was to-day sentenced
to be hanged on July 6.
The young society blood named W. F.
Stone who was arrested for stealing pistols
from L. T Noyes his employer was sen-
tenced to two years in the penitentiary the
lowest penalty the law would Inflict. This is
unprecedented In the history of Texas courts.
He was detected arrested found guilty sen-
tenced and started to the penitentiary in
Liverpool April 27. O'Herlihynnd Ken-
nedy alias Featherstc ne who were brought
here from Cork were arraigned this morning
chargedjwith having been engaged in llie dyna-
mite conspiracy. They were remanded for
LONDON. April 27. At the Newmarket
spring meeting to day the race for looo gui-
neas stakes for three year old fillies was
won by Hautevi Malibran second Lonely
London April 27. A mtro-plvcerine
manufactory has been discovered in North-
ampton. The discovery causes great excite-
Duiilin April 27. The trial of Michael
Eagan for murder of Burke was continued
this morning. The case for the defense hav
ing closed Judge O'Brien charged the iurv-
His remarks were to the effect that the testi
mony given by informers against the prisoner
had been fully confirmed by that of former
The Judge having finished his charge the
jury retired. After a short stay they Returned
and announced that they had lound a verdict
of guilty against the prisoner.
Un being asked 11 he had anything to sav
why sentence should not be passed upon him"
Eagan protested his innocence. He de-
clared that he was a Fenian and would die
The Judge then sentenced him to be hanced
on May 27.
A printer named Gtbney has been arrested
here for connection with the conspiracy to
murder. He was arraigned to-day together
with Eugene Kingston who was arrested re-
cently in Liverpool charged with conspiracy
to murder Poole a Fenian who had turned a
Heal Until! o Transfers
Amos Hancock to James Arthur Donaldson
113 acres of land on tho cast bnnk of Loon
creek In consideration of $1 und tholr good will.
Another plot of land sainu parties contigu-
ous to tho ubove consisting of 100 acres In
consideration of tl und their good will.
Thomas J. Devlno tn.lobn nnd Anna Koeulg
city lots Nos. 1 S 3 4 11 and IS In block 1 sub-
division of original city lot No. ISo lu consider-
ation of 8350.
Dennett At Thornton to John O. Dewees city
lots oil the east Bide of Sun Antonio river lu
Ward No. 4 In consideration of SS00.
.101111 1 Jir.niero to Carlos V argas olty lot
west of Suu 1'edro creek and east of tlin Alnznn
creek. In consideration of 5--'".
Mary conn to Max (Samuels city lot north
of the Upper Lnbor ditch und oust of Suu 1'odro
creek. In consideration of J.ViO.
Mary w. DyKtmm to the United States city
lot Intersection of l'lnu street and Austin av-
enue lu consideration nf $800.
Jeniilo L. Smith and Horatio SI. Smith to
tho United States city lot. Intersection of
1'lno street and Austin avenue In considera-
tion of $550.
tllve Me tho Towel l'leaso.
Tho finest lino of towcllngs nnd sheetings uro
now on exhibition ut Messrs. S. Maver & Hcira
store on tho comer of Commerce und Navarro
streots which aro unequalled In prlco und
uuiilltr. As n sample it mav bo "are to statu
that all linen towels aro sold at il 25 per dozen.
room Willi all requisites at'such prloo as will
give porfect satisfaction to tho purchaser.
Protect the Complexion.
Nothing Is imro necossiiry ton lady thnn a
parasol nnd In this climate It Is especially requ-
slto us 11 protection forthn complexion. Mossrs.
8. Mayor & Son of Caiulnerco street have a
lino of parasols that has Just been opened
which are fiesh and now and In st) lej tosult all
clasos You can buy thoro n cheap fuiioy
parasol for S5 cents nnd If you want a better
articlo the prices rnniro upwards to $22. A lino
brocade sill parasol Isattalnablo for $:). and If
un oxtra lurgo sized twill silk parasol Is re-
Ullll'Cd. Villi call get one for Sard. Thnsenrtlelpa
cannot boduplicutcdatuiiyth'ng llko the nrlcca
III the city.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 23, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 28, 1883, newspaper, April 28, 1883; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162538/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .