Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 199, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 23, 1874 Page: 1 of 4
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SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1874.
Has ivst received a large stork of
In fact all the leading articles, such a*
tfcW are usually kept in a
First Cla^« Wruc Store
Tin* Free School System. i that liue old gentleman, with his
The great defectiveness of the j bright eyes, his cheerlnl conn «.
: public school law in this State is a ! nance, and erect and vigorous boar-
' matter of general comment, and ! ing, one could hardly comprehend
calls loudly for an improvement of j the fact that hero was a soldier i
The stock beine «e!(vHpi1
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Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 8
A.M. lor Boerne, Fredericksburg, Loyal
Valley, Mason, Menardville, FtMcKavitt,
Ivickapoo Springs, Beiilicklin and Fort
Thence, Mondays and Thursdays for
Centralis, Pecos Bridge, Forts Jackson
Davis and Quitman, San Eliznrio Yslota
.cud ElPato with weekly, two horse hacks
Fort Davis to Presidio del Norte.
F"r Enule Pass,
Tuesdays and Fridays at 8 A. M. via
Cnstrovilln, D'Hanis and Uvalde with
branch in conncction, Uvalde to Ft. Clark.
Oi'KiCK—On Alamo Plaza.
A. A. MUNCEY, Agent.
Han Antonio, Tex., April 25,1874.
w. W. ttffsssrpc & Co.,
No. 25, Park Row, New York,
Are authorized to contract for adverting
in our paper.
FAVORITE HOME REMEDY.
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted
not to contain asingle particle ot Muitcr-
RY, or any injurious mineral substance,
containing those Southern Roots and
Herbs, which an all wise Providence lias
placed in countries where Liver Diseases
| most prevail. II will cure all Diseases caus-
ed by Derangement of the Lire)• and Bowels.
Simmon's Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
Is eminently a Family Medicine; and by
being kept ready for immediate resort
will save many an hour of suffering and
many a dollar in tune and doctors'bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it is still
receiving the most unqualified testimoni-
als to its virtues from persons of the high-
est character and responsibility. Eminent
physicians commend it as the most
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates
and changes of water and food may be
faced without fear. As a Remedy in
MALARIOUS FEVERS, BOWEL COM-
PLAINTS, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE
BT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is the Cheapest,Purest and Best Family
Medicine in the World !
MANUFACTVliKI) ONLY BY
J. II. Zeilin A- Co.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
its many defects.— Pari? Press.
All the speakers favor education,
and every one on both sides con-
I detuned the present system as a
I disgrace to the age.—[From report
; of proceedings of Bonbam Lyceum
' ill Enterprise.]
j We publish the above from two
1 democratic papers in North Texas,
I to show the drift of public senti
inent in regard to the present abor-
| tiou, dubbed the Free School law of
Texas. It has been practically test-
ed tor several months, aud the sys
tem is generally concluded to be a
miserable failure, and the law a bur-
lesque on the tree school system.
The nieru tact of only requiring pub-
lic schools to be taugbtfour months
in the year, should be of itselt suili
cient to condemn the present sys
tem, when we see the young States
Northwest, with not. halt theresour*
oes for a public school fund that
Texas possesses, conducting their
schools from seven to nine months
in the year. Wo are glad to see
the leading democrats disgusted
with the present law, for now we
have hopes ot an improvement in
the system, which will not make it
open to the censure and condemna-
tion of all who wish a liberal sys-
tem of free schools put in operation
in this State. We hope the legisla
ture at its next session will wipe
out this pretended system from the
Statute book.— Sherman Patriot.
Has removed to the large new store of
No. 93 & !)5 Commerce Street,
j| (former bite of the Ivloepper Hotel;
and will keep the largest stock of
# ' i is xi ri i it a
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Ever offered in Western Texas, and will sell at prices|
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
No trouble to show goods.
NEW IPMORTATION OF
RHINE WINES and RAUTERT'S REER,
Selters "Water, Corks &o
Itliine Wines In KSarrels:
Laubenheimer, % also per Dozen.
Oppenheimer Goldberg, )
Khiite VI incs iu Boxes:
Deidesheimer, Winkler Uasensprung,
Hallgartner, Geiseuheiuier Eothenberg,
Geiseubeimer Morshberg 1 a j botlte. Steinwein, Bocksbeutel,
Marcobrunner u 1 a A botlte. Marcobrunuer Auslese,
llauenthaler 1 a -j botlte. Johannisberg Cabinet,
Hauentbaler Anslese, Ober-Ingelheimer,
llauenthaler Berg, Assmannshaeuser,
Selters N\ ater, direct from the Springs, in Quarts and Pints,
Ilauteri's Bock Beer, Quarts and Pints,
Corks, straight Velvet,
100 barrels Anheuser Beer, <|uarts & pints, C> frai's Dates,
.">0 boxes fresh Raisins. i>0 boxes Sweet Oil, i pints,
.">0 boxes Concentrated Lye, boxes Chewing Tobaccos,
100 boxes Br. Cherries. Twist Tobacco,
•Jo 1>oxes Sardines, Plug Tobacco in J boxes,
1 tubi' fresh Swiss Cheese, Bright Navy in Caddeis spikes
ASSORTMENT OF LAMP CHIMNEYS.
IMPORTED FROM MEXICO:
.">o Cargas Peloncillos, white and full weight, 3000 lbs Chile Pisado.
The old ex-Emperor Ferdinand of
Austria having tasted some pike a
la. ina.tcl.lote, liked it so well that he
ordered a fres 1 supply. The mai/re
tPhotel sent up word that none was
left. "How much of it did you buy?"
inquired the emperor. ' Two hun-
dred weight, your majesty," was the
reply. "Well, then," muttered the
invalid potentate, "next time please
purchase half a pound more, so that
1 may have a second turn at it."
The wite ot A made us, Marie Vic
torie, Duchesse d'Aosta, is dying
at Turin; her physicians declare she
cannot live through the summer. Her
disease is an affection of the chest,
contracted, it is supposed, at the
time of her enforced night from Ma-
drid, when the gallant Spaniards
compelled her to make the journey
to Lisbon (thirty hours in thedepth
of winter) on the thirteenth day af-
ter the birth of her third child.
Mr. Charles Tappan, of Andover,
Me., writes to the Boston Trail-
cript that he once heard Aaron Burr
make this uncomplimentary allusion
to the tather of his country: "He
was a mean-spirited fellow, who
pretended to serve his country with-
out pay, while in tact he never
bought a quill for that country with-
out charging twice what it cost."
Mr. Tappan contesses that he had
hard work to keep from reaching
across the table at which they were
dining and smiting the "old repro-
bate in the mouth."
Two years ago, in California, one
Joel Mansfield fired a pistol at Miss
Mary Hein, with woman slaughte-
rous intent, and then with suicidal
purpose did the same for himself.
Recovering, he was three times tried
for the attempted murder of Miss
Mary, and three times did the con-
scientious and sympathetic jurors,
after the ordinary manner of such
functionaries in such cases, fail to
agree. f?o the court told Joe Mans
field to go about his business. A
short time ago he made it part of
his business to see Mary again. And
this time he had his heart in his
hand (so to speak-) instead of his
pistol. This mild manner ot address-
ing her mollified Miss Moll, and,
with or without the usual blushes,
she consented to become, and she is
now Mrs Joel Mansfield.
lacking only a year or so of being
as old as the government of the
United States under the constitu-
Avery interesting new book is
"La PriucessedeSalmSalm en Mex-
ique en 18G7," edited by M. Philip-
pp de Totilza, and printed by Vic-
tor Palme, Paris. Madame le Prin-
cess Salm Salm is the daughter of
an American colonel and was mar-
ried some fifteen years ago to the
intimate friend ot the emperor Max
imilian, Prince Salui Saluiv Dur-
ing the stay ot the unhappy Em-
press Carlotta in Mexico, Madame
de Salm Salm was one of the most
brilliant ornaments of her court.
At thirty-livu the Average
Anieiicau, discovers that ho has an "In-
fernal Stomach," and goes into the hands
of the doctors for tho remnant of his life.
Prevention is better than cure, but Dn.
WALKERS' VINEGAR BITTERS will
both cure and prevent dyspepsia, diseases
of the skin, liver, kidneys, and bladder,
and all disorders arising from an "infernal
Tub American Sardine Co.'s Boneless
Sardines are much better, and less than
half the cost of imported Sardines.
F. OROOSA CO.
Wholesale Lipor Dealer?
SAN ANTONIO, TEAAS
KHODIUS & CO
WHOLESALE MRU.1:11 ft P\
The only known remedy for
IB right's Disease
And a positive romody for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIA-
BETES, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS
Non retention or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation, Intlamation or Ulceration of the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Loiicorrh«;a or Whites, Diseases of tho
Prostate Gland, Stono in the Bladder,
Colculus Gravel or Brick.iust Deposit and
Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Staple and Fancy Grocerie
33 Commerce Street..
SAN ANTONIO, TEX
♦ DEALERS IN
Uuiis, Rifles, Pistols, Aiuiuunitiou
SPORTING ARTICLES OF EVERY
FT All repairs on Arms neatly executed.
SEPElUOIt TO Ar#Y UTIIEK
Manufactured and made to order by the
San Anl. Beef Extract Factory.
Orders received for Soap and Beef Ex-
tract at the office of the Factory, A. F
WnIff or E. Peutenrieder. (1-1-74 d&wtt
BELL, & BROS..
Permanently cures all diseases ot the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROl'SICAL
Existing in Men, Women and Children.
ty No matter what the age!
Prof. Steele says : "One bottle of Kear-
ney's Fluid Extract Buchii is worth more
than all other Buchus combined.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six
Bottles for Five Dollars.
Depot, 104 Duaue St,, New Fork.
A Physician iu attendance to answer
correspondence aud give advice gratis.
Send stamp for Pamphlets. free, /n
OF BOTH SEXES.
Aw Charge for Advice and Consultation.
dkai.ek8 in and
Jewelry, Silver-ware, Plated-war«>
Fine Pocket and Table Cutler*
FANCY GOODS, Ac., &o
REPAIRED AND WARRANTED ,
No. 11 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO. TKX-4R
A. PANCOAST & SON
Ojjvotite F. Groos, Commerce Street,
San Antonio, Texas
KELPS always on hand tho best quali-
ty of English, French and Scotch
goods. Fine Militarv
thomas 11. johnston
When President Grant was at
Atlantic city the other day, Gen.
Patterson, of Philadelphia, was
among the military attendants of
the day. In the 84th year of his
age, this tine old gentleman, one of
the old time, appeared as a well
Dit. J. B. Dvott, graduate of Jefferson
Mfcdical College. Philadelphia, author of
several valuable works, can be consulted
on all diseaded of the Sexual or Urinary-
Organs, (which he hrs made an especial
study) either iu male or female, no matter
from what cause originating or of how
long standing- A practice of :I0 years
enables him to treat diseases with success.
Cures guarauteod. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can forward letter
describing symptoms aud enclosing stamp
t« prepry postage. ;
Send for the Guide to Health. Price 10c.
.1. B« DIOTT. H. ».,
Physician and Surgeon, 101 Duane St. N.Y.
JOIUI TWOHIIi & CO.,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Dealers in Foreign and Domes-
tic Exchange, Coin, Bullion, &e.
Collections made on all accessible points
Drafts on New York, A>v» Orleans,
Galveston and California.
Bills on Mexico and England.
w. a. bkxxktt
j. t. thornton
10 | bis. Keller Island Catawba, 10 i bis
KHOttTLY EXPECTKD :
LARGE IMPORTATION OF
BOHEMIAIST GLASS WARE
preserved and vigorous man ot GO.
Said a stranger among the ladies
introduced to him, "I suppose,
General, you have known General
Grant tor a long time?"' Oh yes,
madame," was the reply, "he was a
captain under my command in the
Mexican war." "Why, General, is
it so? You are then, indeed, an old
soldier." "Yes, I was a soldier in
the war of 1812, 62 years ago." And !
vet, s:»v8 the correspondent who ' S«i1n?fLpi^ticnlar
• i l • , Claims at all accessible points in Texas P
describes the scem\ in looking upon j 5-7idtf.j
Bankers, Dealers iu Exchang<
and Government Securities.
J. S. iMwoofl k Manning
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,
and ihc.u.kks i>"
Exchange, Bullion and Governmea.
Exchange on England, Ger-
many and France.
F? Collections solicited upon all point
in the State.
Telegraphic Transfers. Advances made
on Consignments. (•i-4-73dJtwl'v
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Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 199, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 23, 1874, newspaper, August 23, 1874; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth441030/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.