Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 114, Ed. 1 Friday, May 15, 1874 Page: 3 of 4
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Thk weather lias cleared up. The pros-
pects for more rain have failed away.
Gkxuinu India Pith Hat, to he found at
PANCOAST & SON, can lie sold low
What has become of the Galveston
Independent. Wo haven't seen it for a long
time. _ i t
Kkady made clothing in style and make
not to be surpassed, always on hand at
PANCOAST & SON. 14-3-3tf
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Ascbksiox day has passed quietly. Ser-
vice was held in almost all churches, hut
business men took no notice of the holi-
Fon all tbe styles of spring and summer
hats go to PANCOAST & SON. 14-3-dtf
According to the latest advices the
Supreme Court has not yet proclaimed its
decision in the International R. R. bond
case. The argument was ^closed on Mon-
Gentlemen's fum'shing goods of the
veru best quality always to be found at
PANCOAST & SON. 14-3-dtf
Wk met with Mr, Mithack of New Or-
leans to-doy, who told us that the story of
his being attacked by robbers is an idle
invention, which has done him a great
deal of injury in his business transactions,
So much for sensational reports.
PANCOAST & SON are constantly re-
ceiving a good assortment of cloths, cassi-
meres and chevoits tor custom trade. The
New Hraunfels cassimere for sale.
A new edition to the ninny kinds of
beer already in use in San Antonio is the
Buck Beer of E. Anheuser, imported by
Wagner & Rommel. It is a splendid
beverage and apt to convert the most
incarnate temperance man to a moderate
use of Beer.
Tom Ochiltbke has given a grand din-
ner to the affianced of Miss Nellie Grant
in Washington. Tom Ochiltree is going
to become one ot the shining lights with
tbe administration. He already carries
the federal offices of Texas in his pocket.
Whoever wants a favor from the Presi-
dent ought to apply to Tom Ochiltree.
Notice to the Public.
If you want a No. I Mower or a Mower
and Reaper combined, come and see us, we
will sell you the Kirby, guaranteed to be
the best in the State aud at ten per cent,
less price than auy other machines. Call
and see them at our place 54 & 56 Com-
BP We challenge any other Mower in
the State to cut grass with them.
LEROUX & COSGROVE.
_ • « • ——
Thk American Sardinw Co's Boneless
Sardines are much better, and less than
half the cost of imported Sardines.
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Fort Davis, Tex., May 8, 1874.
Editor San Antonio Express :
Yestwrday about 9 o'clock a. m., a small
party of Indians made an attack on the
ranche of one Smith, living in Monskey's
cation, five miles southwest of this post,
and attempted to drive oft' his herd.
Smith showed fight, and several shots
were fired. In the skirmish Smith was
severely wounded by a ball in the hip.
The Indians killed several head of stock
and then decamped to their fastnesses in
the mountains. It is not known to what,
tribe they belonged, bnt they wore well
armed with rilles. Lieutenants Tyler and
Mcrritt, with a detachment, of cavalry, are
in pursuit. Smith was Mndly treated and
cared for by the surgeon at this post
Passing away ! passing away .
Each Tooth Wash of a former day,
SOZODONT gives the ivi<[> da grave,
Geod-bya to the humbugs ! let them pass.
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Lone Slar Vinepr and Black Horse Tobacco Factory,
We keep constantly on hand tbe
LARG-EST STOCK OF
Groceries, Wines .Liquors, Segars, Tobacco, Pipes, Wooden
and Willow Ware, etc., etc., in Western Texas.
Rio and Java Crushed, Powdered and Louisiana.
Syrupy and Molasses,
in 1 and i Barrels.
Oolong, Imperial, English Breakfest and Gunpowder.
Spices, whole and ground,
Pepper, Allspice, Cloves, Cassia, Nutmegs, Comino, Caraway, Anis
and Romero Seeds.
Worcestershire, Pepper & Tomato English, French and Domestic.
Yeast, Royal aud English, Sea Foam,
Soda, Lye, etc#,
Wash & Baking Soda, Lye, Saltpetre, Starch,
Matches, Axle Grease, Blacking, Ink, Liquid Germin Wash-
ing aud Powdered Blueiug.
Oysters, Lobsters. Deviled Ham, Peaches, Pine Apples, Pears, String
Beans, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Peas, Lemon Sugar, Condensed Milk.
Pickles, Chow Chow, Capers, Brandy Cherries and Peaches,
Jellies, Syrups, Extracts, Essance of Ginger, Vinegar etc.
The Forrniont Tonic of the Age.
A new path to health was provided for
the sick, a new shield against disease was
secured to the healthy, when llostettt-rs
Stomach Bitters became the standard to-
nic of America. For nearly a quarter of
a century this powerful and genial andi-
dote to disease and the causes wLich pro-
duce it,, has been on its sanitary march
building up feeble, helping nature to
fight down every variety of ailn ant,
soothing paiu, promoting digestion, regu-
lating the secretions, increasing the ner-
vous vigor of the system cheering the spir-
its, arresting premature decay, and not
only prolonging life, but, adding value to
it by putting thousands of invalids in a
condition to enjoy it. No volume ever
published would bo large enough to con-
tain a history of l hese enses of dyspepsia,
constipation, biliousness, intermittent,
fever, nervous debility and mental and
physical prostration uured^ by this great
vegetable invigorant, which not only
restores health, bnt protects it from dan-
ger in the most unhealthy districts.
Don't be disconrogcd. Suppose
vou hare tried fifty lemedies and rt-e Ived
lio benefit, is there therefore "no balm in
Gilead f" Verily there is. Your liv-r
may be congested, your stomach half para-
lyzed, ronr nerves quivering, your bowels
constricted, yonr lungs diseased, your
blood full of impurities—yet in one week
after rouunencing a course of Dr. Wal-
ker's VisitOAR Bitters you will feel lika
a^new creature. ^w
The Princess ot Wales was very
pretty when she was first married ;
she is beautiful now ; she will be
handsome ten years hence, and she
can never be otherwise than refined
and distinguished in appearance if
she lives to no matter what age.
The Duchess of Edinburgh, on the
other hand, is uot only without beau-
ty—she is almost without features.
She has a round head, fiat face,
small eyes, and a nose so insignifi-
cant that one may almost describe
it as conspicuous by its absence.
Stick, Mixture and Rock Candy, Gum-, Chocolate Cream
and Licorice Drops, Shoe Fly Candies, Chocolate, Cacao.
California, Rhine, Catawba, Sherry, Port, Madeira, Claret,
French white iu Barrels and Boxes,
Star and Parafiue.
Treble, Choice Treble andFamily.
coarse, fine and Table. Carolina and Louisiana.
Bacon, Ham, Lard, Butter, Cheese, Potatoes, Onions and Sourkrout.
Domestic, St. Louis, New York Pratt's and Devoes Coal-, Olive
and Castile. & Castor.
Herrings, Mackerel, Sardines, Sardelles, Anchovis, and Salmon.
Raisins, Prunes, Apples, Currants, Dates, Figs, and Citron,
Lentils, Peas, Beans, Sago, Barley, Vermicelli and Macaroni.
Almonds, Filberts, Walnuts, Soda, Pic Nic, Butter, Sugar, Gin-
Brazil a«d Pecan. gernuts and London Biscuits.
Ales, Porter and Beer,
Milwaukee, St. Louis and Bremer Beer, Miller and Dectjen's
Ale, Engl Porter & Ale.
Liquors in Barrels,
Rye, Bourbon & Monongahela Whiskey, Brandy, Cognnc, Gin, Anisette*
Elephant, Cabin, Jackson, Home, Panacea, Lion, Stomach,
l)r. Fish, Hostetter, Drakes, O. K. Plantation, Argyle, Cali-
fornia Wine and Bokers.
Blackberry, Cherry, Peach and Apple Brandy, Cocktails
Old Tom Gin, Absynthe, Curacoa, Maraschino. Berlin and
Duesseldorf Kutiutiel, Shiedam, Amsterdam, Wolff's Bell aud
Crown Prince Shnapps, Anisette Whiskey, Brandy, Cognac.
Over 25 different qualities, from A very lar»e Assortment.
$25.00 to $100.00 per Thousand.
Leaf, Chewing and Smoking, Drop, Buck and Balls, Bar Lead.
Sisal Rope all sizes, Paper, Cotton, Hemp, Flax and
Seine Twine, Clothes Lines, Lamp ami Candle Wickes.
Paper and Paper Bags,
Straw and Manilla Paper all sizes, Straw and Manilla
Paper Bags all sizes.
Brushes, Brooms, Corks.
Buckets, Tubs, Churns, Wellbuckets, Waterkegs, Washboards,
Cloth Pins, Ax-Handles, Faucets, Spoons, Sieves, etc.
Market and Clothes Baskets, Demijohns of all sizes.
Cups & Saucers, Plates etc, Jugs, Jars & Flower Pots.
Tumblers, Beer Mugs, Chimnies, Spice and Fruit Jars.
Garden Seeds from D. Landrefcli & Son.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and Agricultural ImplementS.
A.gents for the
CELEBRATED MOLINE FLOWS,
MANUFACTURED BY DEERE & CO.
Carriage Material, Iron, Steel,
.J 1)118,1 CEMENT. CLOCfS file.
J. H. KAMPMANN
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
Is prapar.d to contraot for *11 triad* of Mason Work, Stone cutting, Carnsntsr Worfc
PUstoring and Painting.
J. H. KAMPMANN'S
NEW DOOR, SASH AND BLIND FACTORY
The undsriigned hvviog completed his new Factory, in which all worh I* done
Machinery and Steam power, ie prepared to maks at lire shortest notiee :
Doom, Windowi. Blinds and Moaldinjr* of every description. Ripping and Plaiaiag
Lumber. Making 1 inch and J iaeh Flooring, and all other articles oonnected with tke
Carpenter Business Seasoned Lnmber, While and Yellow Pine and Louisiana 8 vamp
Oypre»« constantly ou hand.
mo SAVING BOCK BY STEAM POWER
all orders will bb pbomptli executed.
OFFICE—Om NiiceirdP'hM Street, Near tlic 41 unto.
March 12dtt) 01 KAMPMaNNJ
J. 8. LocRwood k lamiii
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
and DKALKRS IN
Exchange, Bullion and Gorsrninffn.
Exchange on England, Ger-
many and France.
HP Collections solicited upon all point*
iu the State. . ,
Telegraphic Transfers. Advance* lomle
ou ConsiguniHiits. (2-4-7.ldA.irly
, . f 'V<4 .V„ m
We are now receiving a superior assort-
Ureech & muzzle loading
• f all and inanities
For sale cheap by
NORTON 4% BEUTZ
Manufactured only by
We T. Blackw«il,
DUKHAM, N. C.
He reminds the public that the United
States Court has recently given a decision
in his favor, which secures full protection
from tbe imitators of liis Smoking Tobacco,
and that deaierr an'! manufacturers aw
alike liable to »:osecut iou for daaling in
the spurious bra. "is.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
Commerce Str., San Antonie,
AGENTS FOR WESTERS TEXAS
Will keep always on hand a fresh sup-
ply of the genuine article. 18-7-73 dtl
A Large Assortment Of
OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
Paint & Whitewash-brashes,
Carpenters and Blacksmiths
TOOLS & UTENSILS,
Iron, Nails, Carriage-timber,
All warranted and at reduced prices at
thomas ». johnston
A. PANCOAST & SON,'
Opvofite F. Groos, Conmieree Street,
San Antonio, Texas-
KEEPS always on hand the best quali-
ty of English, French and Scotch
(roods. Fine Military Cloths, trimmings,
&c., &c 18-5-72dlv
JOHN TW0H16 & CO.,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,
Dealers in Foreign mid Domes-
tic Exchange, Coin, Bullion, dfce.
Collections made on all accessible points
Drafts on New York, Ney> Orleans,
Galveston and California.
Bills en Mexico and England.
A. BOYD DOREMLS, D. D, S„
Graduate of Baltimore College Dtntal Surgery
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Or Twelve l>#r« Aaini the WiM
Indian* of tbe Plains.
The life of Geo. P. IJelden, who joined
the Indians and became a celebrated war-
rior- Abounds in thrilling adrentnre and
curious information, aud is profusely illus-
trated with new and spirited engravings
ofadventures and the manners and customs
of the Indians. The most populnr book of
the year. One agent just reports $98 profit
in one week A large poster with thirty
illustrations and terms to agents, sent free
bv F. A. HUTCHINSON & CO.. St. Louis,
Okkicf.—Near N, W. corner Main Plaza,
continuation of Main street.
All work warranted and charges moder-
BATCHELOR'S IIAIR DYE.
Tbis snperh Hair Dye is the best in the World
—Perfectly Harmless, Reliable, and Instantan-
eous. No disappointment. No Ridicuons
Tints, or Unpleasant Odor. The cenuine_W. A.
Batehelor's Hair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY
a splendid Black or Natural Browd. Does not
Stain the Skin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Bof
and Beautiful. The only Paf« and Perfect Dye
Sold by all Drusxists. Factory 16 Bond 8tre
New York. I3 3 71d4w,
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Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 114, Ed. 1 Friday, May 15, 1874, newspaper, May 15, 1874; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth441100/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.