Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 23, 1874 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Express
\, SIE3IEKUG & CO., Proprietors.
03icial Journal of the United. States
('kkicial. JoriJXAL <>!•' i'.kxax counts .
A.. SIEME'EliiO & CD,. Publishers.
"WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23,1874.
Sixth Congressional District,
From Cameron County.
the country, with trntt and justice,
and tbat it will be sustained by I
the verdict of history. The State*-
man is not the only one that has
beeu the abject slave of local and
sectional prejudice and passion so
long as to be unable to judge accor-
ding tot lie plainest principles of
morality. The papers and people
who have sustained this outrageous
treason and murder are prepared
or any political crime, and no coun-
try's laws or liberties can be trusted
n their hands.
Executive Co»isre*»i®nnl C'«inniit»ee*
A Sieroering, chairman, Bexar.
Cruise Carson, Cameron.
Etlwanl Downey, "
Geo llaby, Medina.
Mat Ussery. Live Oak.
Win Walirtuund, Gillespie.
Gui-tav Groos, Comal.
J M Brackenridge, Jackson.
Wm Vangliu, Guadalupe.
Judge Barden, Victoria.
Dr. Leacli, Wilson.
C l; Primly, Calhoun.
A<loij)l) Zoeller, Kendall.
Dan Rngli, Bandera.
J W Cninmings, Uvalde.
Lawrence Haggerty, Kinney.
W 8chucbardt, Maverick.
H C Peterson, Welib,
Colbert Caldwell, El Paso.
Nelson Plato, Nueces.
O II Hutchinson, Hays.
Ferdinando Urive, Zapata.
Francis Kettuer, Mason.
C Rnnge, Llano.
F. B. Gohniert, De Witt.
Senator Baker, Caldwell.
W H Hnston, Bexar
S J Stewart, Starr.
Caspar Real, Kerr.
Look out for more thunder lor
Galvan irom the North and East in
a few days. The New Braunfels
Zeiiung fired the first colntnbiad.
The San Mascos Free Press comes
to us greatly enlarged, and improv
ed in every way. It is now a very
handsome paper. It is also indus
triously, ably, and tastefully edited.
We are glad to observe such signs
of prosperity'in this paper, because
it is moderate, conservative ant
patriotic, and free lrom the miser-
able partizau clamor and ferocity
so common, and yet so hurtful to the
best interests of society and coun-
ing to Congressman Syplier and Senator
West: "I see by Western papers that you
have severely criticized my leaving the
State House. I left on Monday at the ear
nest solicitation of all our friends, the
Lieutenant-Governor and Speaker of the
House being absent from the State. An
accident to me, they felt, would have
made existing complications more despe-
rate. Noue but colored militia was in
the State House, and had they made any
resistance they would have been burned
out and massacred, the building being
entirely indefeusible. If our friends will
come here aud help us we will bj very
The New Braunfels Zeitung
jas a lull and candid article on the
ate Republican Convention in this
city, its platform, aud its nominee,
Judge Galvan. We give its princi.
joints, as follows:
"If we correctly understand the
proceedings of the Conventiou, we
must truthfully confess that it was
a meeting of men who had the wel-
iare ot their country more at heart
than a mere victory of party views.
Aye, it appears to us that a first
and most successful step for the
united action of all the liberal ele-
ments of the Democratic and Re-
publican parties has been accom-
"Such a movement we shall sup
port with all our heart,and the can
did ate who stands upon such a plat-
form is our candidate, whether Ger-
man, Irishman, or American.
"The platform, which we publish
to-day, expresses our opinion con«
cerning our home affairs in such
distiuct words that we accept it in
all its particulars.
Military Ohdku.—A Board of Survey
to consist of Major G. E. Glenn, Pay De-
partment, Capt. H. Schreiner, 9th Cavalry,
aud First Lieutenant Colon Augur, 2nd
Cavalry, will convene at the these Head-
quarters, the 19th instant, or as soon there-
after as practicable, to examine certain
subsistence, orduance and quartermaster's
stores, received by contractor's train No.
2, from Cuero, Texas, aud reported to be
iu a damaged condition.
A General Court Martial will convene
at Fort Coucho, Texas, on Thuisday, the
24th day of September, 1874, or as soon
thereafter as practicable, for the trial of
such persons «s may be properly brought
detail f01s the coukt.
Major Henry Douglass, 11th Infantry.
Captain J. A. Wilcox, 4th Cavalry.
Captain David Schooley, 25th Infantry.
Captain N. S.Constable,Quartermaster,s
Assistant Surgeon W. F" Buchanan, Med-
Second Lieutenant Harry Reads, ioth
'"second Ljenteuant II. H. Bellas, 4th Ca-
^Gaptain J. S. Tompkins, 25th Infantry,
is appointed Judge Advocate of the Comtt
I the undersigned, respectfully beg to
inferm my mends aud the public in
general, that I have on this the first day of
September, 187-1. sold out and tranBferied
to my young friend Nic Tengg my busi-
ness "kent up since twenty years in the
line of BOOKS, STAIIONERY, NEWS-
PAPERS and FANCY GOODS at present
in Mr. L. ZorVe Building, No. 60, Com-
Mil. NIC Texgg l.aa been for a series of
years my assistant, is familiar with all my
business transactions, has for himself
established his reputation in this commu-
nity as well as with my oirside custi.111-is,
so that on my part it teems unnecessary
to recommend him to the confidence of the
1 myself gratefully thank my friends
and the public for the patronage and kiud
tavors shown to me lor so many years,
and beg to be allowed lo recommend my
successor to the same good confidence
which he doubtless will fully deserve.
Mit Tengg, under the firm name ot
NIC TENGG, successor of Julius Bereuds,
will ooutinue the same business, is fully
provided with means to meet every de-
mand, and is authorized in my name to
receive everything due me, as well as to
pay everything that I may be indebted.
For an early settlement in this business
transaction, all those indebted to me are
requested to come up and pay, and those
who have a claim on ine to present their
Bills. Thankful for all favor* received, I
The undersigned respectfully begs to
inform his friends and the public in gene
ral that he has purchased the business in
the Book, Stationery, Newspaper, and
Fancy Goods line from Mr. Jul. Berends,
and will eontinne the business on the old
stand iu Mr. L. Zork's building under the
firm name as successor of Mr. Julius
Bereuds. He respectfully solicits the con-
tinuance of the patronage aud confidence
of the public, which he hopes to deserve
by strictness, promptness, aud energy in
accommodating his customers.
2-9-d2witwtf NIC TLNGG.
€ity Lots For Sale.
THE Turner's Lot, situated in Ward
No. 4, opposite Mr. Wnltt's property,
comprising four city lots, fronting on
tl— ;e streets, with good fence aud a stone
building, is for sale. Apply to
President S. A. Turner's Assoc.
1 5-7) dtt
Frank Schulz. Frank Jkxuix.
Schnl z & J enull,
Alamo Plaza, near Turner Hall,
Hearses, Horses and Car-
riages of every description
The above named respectfully invite the
attention of the public to iliuir new and
fine stock of horses and carriages, and
offer every inducement to travelers and
strangers, to have good riding and sport
IPW Charges as low as anywhere in the
H. MacCormack W. H. Huston.
MACC0RJI1CK & HUSTON,
Room No. 1, over Gamble's Book-Store.
Special attention given to examination
Notary Public nt office.
The Fredericksburg Sentinel says
that Mr. Schleicher is a native Ger-
man, and landed in Indianola in
1845 at the age of 22. He settled
in San Antonio and won the confi-
dence of all Western Texas by his
ability as an engineer, and as a
member of the Legislature of Texas.
During the war he was a faithful
friend to the now "Lost Cause" and
still affiliates with Southern princi-
ples and Democracy in part and in
tote: He also is one of the few na-
tive Germans in Western Texas who
ever identified themselves with the
cause of slavery, and became a
"Although a man stands on the
Demociatic platform who is not on
ly a German, but a brave, capable,
and honest man, whom personally
we highly esteem, yet we say: This
Jeremiah Galvan, whom we do
not know, stands upon a platform
consisting of planks ot sound tim-
ber. And should they carry him to
Washington in good health, and set
bim down in the Hall of Represen-
tatives, we say: "Good luck on thy
journey, Jeremiah!" We have no
"If the gentlemen Democrats
have five Congressmen, it is but
just and right that the Republicans
should have at least one. It is not
necessary for the Democrats to hold
all the Federal offices, in addition
to all the State offices. Too much
won't work well, and will make the
"Then, for Congress from the 6th
District, Jeremiah Galvan, of
B, T, BABBITT'S
Fire CoiceitratBi Potash,
Of double the Strength of any other
I have recently perfected a new method
of packing my Potash, or Lye, and am now
packing it only in Balls, the coating of
which will saponify, and does not injure
the Soap. It is packed in boxes containing
24 and 48 lb. one lb. Balls, and iu no other
way. Directions in English aud German
for making hard and soft soap with th's
Potash accompanying each package.
H. T. BABBITT,
04 to S4 Wnithiiiijloii St., IV. If.
Absolute divorces obtained
FROM COURTS, of different States,
for desertion, <fcc. No publicitj^required.
No charge until divorce granted. Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
12-6-74-dly 194 Broadway, N. Y.
Agents wanted f« the
great $2 Books-PHYSICAL LIFE
OF WOMAN, PHYSICAL LIFE OF
MAN. —By Dr. G. H. Napheys. 185,000 co-
pies so d. The demand still growing. Send
for Sample copies. Outfits Free.J Express
charges prepaid on good orders.
GT Also for CHOl'SDSWELL, or History
of the Farmers' Movement, By Hon. J.
Peviam, Agricultural Editor of the West-
ern Rural. Send for terms to N. D.
THOMPSON & CO., 303 St. Charles street,
St. Louis, Mo. 16-7-74 d3m
Silver Gloss Starch.
For the Laundry.
i manufactured by
T, KINGSFORD 4r SON'
has become a
Its great excellence has merited the com-
mendation of Europe for American
PULVERIZED CORN STARCH,
T. KINGSFORD & SON
Expressly for food, when it is properly
made into Puddings, is a dessert
of great excellence.
For Sale by nil Firnl-t'lnxn Ororrrw,
Hugo & Sclimeltaser,
Staackc's Building, Commerce St.
Great sorrow is expressed in
Democratic journals over the death
of Maj. Gourdain, S. B. Newman,
Maj. Robin, and other estimable
citizens, slain in the late rebellion
in New Orleans. We sorrow for
them also, but we sorrow most of
all that such worthy men should
have lost their lives iu the act of
treason and murder. But we sor-
row still more for the men who lost
their lives on the other side, in the
discharge of their sworn duty.
The San Marcos Free Press learns
that the Central railroad has en-
gaged to transport cotton lrom tiiat
region for half the rates previously
asked. It then adds: "So much
for the influence of Luling. But
Luling lost this time by being
too slow." But we ask, who and
what made Luling too slow? The
answer is, Coke aud Morgan, in
stopping the International railroad,
which crippled the Tierce railroad,
to the great injury of San Marcos,
Luling, San Antonio, and all the
West. Shall we vote for the can-
didate of the huge monopoly indi-
cated in this move of the Central ?
The Austin Statesman makes some
quotation* from the Express in re
lation to tlio New Orleans treason
and mr.rders, and then has some
maudliu twaddle about "a paper in
our «wii State" that would say such
tiling:* as v,e have said. We are
happy to know that the posi ion we
take is in harmony with the action
ot our Government, with the law of
the case, with the public opinion of
New Ori.eans, Sept 19.—About 9 o'clock
this morning Gov. Kellogg returned from
the Custom House to the Executive oilice
in the St. Louis Hotel, taking possession.
Pht.adkm'Ih v, Sept. 19.—In the exami
nation in bankruptcy of Jay Cooke & Co,,
the evidence given by Jay Cooke shows,
regarding certain purchases of Northern
Pacific bonds, that proper credits were
not given in the books of tlio firm for any
Little Rock, Sept. 19.—Rinaldo Rinal-
dino is between the Hot Springs and the
railroad station, where several stages were
robbed. The ladies and invalids were
Fai.i. Rivkk, Mass., Sept. 19.—Granite
Mill no 1, in tbiB place, wan burned this
morning, just after the operatives had
commeuceit work. It is said there was
fearful loss of life.
Since the above was received, communi-
cation between New York aud Fall River
has been lost, probably owing to the fire
Boston, Sept. 19.—In response to an
ofter to send aid to Fall River by the
superintendent of the Fall River railroad,
of this city, the following dispatch has
Fall Rivks, Sept. 19.—J. R. Kinuock,
superintendent—No help is required. The
fire is under control. There are, probably
some ten lives lost—mostly by jumping
from fifth story.
(Signed) -L H. Jordan,
Agent of the O. C. R. R.
New Orleans, Sept. 19.—Gov. Kellogg,
and such other State officers as are now in
the city, went down to the State House at
ten o'clock th's morcog, and the military
authorities fornii-'ly delivered possession
of the be "ding to them, pod furnished a
military g.iprd. The Secretary of Stat:\
Speaker of the House, I eut-Gov. and
Attorney <>jnerc\ ao sunowheio North,
and it is udderstrod ♦'int Gov Ko'loggha-
tcUgraphel for them to come bark i
once. He hrs f'»o te'egraphed to ,x\e
members of Con«,.r s, who ice all absent
from fie State, except Congress nan Smith,
reqpit ing them to return at once to their
Gov. Kellogg, yesterday, sent the follow-
Old Dr. LoHerte
The great French specialist,
after many years of experience, has
perfected remedies which are infallible for
the cure of private and nervous diseases,
such as Syphilis, Skin Eruptions, Diseases
of the Bones and Joints, Ulcerations of the
throat, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Or-
chitis, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland,
Spermatorrhea and Involuntary Emis-
sions from self aboso or other causes per-
manently cured. Patients are desired to
forward a minute description of their case
by letter, and they will be promptly at-
Consultation by letter one dollar1 Med-
icines sent by express C. O. D. to any pai.;
of the United States. Medicines also sent
by mail safely sealed from observation.
Labratory and Consultation Rooms, 21 n.
9th Street, St. Louis, Mo. 17-9-74-dAwly
Wholesale & Retail Grocers,
Keep always on hand a large and
complete stock of
Flour of various Brands,
Rio aud Java Coffee,
Crushed and La. Sugars,
Coarse and fine Salt,
Rice, Beans, Potatoes, etc.
Genuine & pure Cider Vinegar.
Candles, Astral oil, & Gasoline Fluid,
Choice Brands of Whiskies,
Brandies, Wines aud
Stomach Bitters, etc,
ANHEUSER AND UHRIG'S ST. LOUIS
Best genuine porter and Ale, etc. etc.
All grades of
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS,
Segars of all brands and qualities,
together with a full stock
ot all olher articles
in their line.
Owing to the present hard times we
will sell at lowest figures. Large induce-
ments to cash-buyers and a liberal dis
count on gold-payments.
Special Not:ce to Sheep Raisers!
We have oil hand a large lot of LEAF
TOBACCO, which, according to a late
deoision of the Revenue Department can
he sold to sheep raisers for dipping pur-
poses without paying special liceuse on
Teias Grant Prize Concert,
Postponed to October 99, 1874.
The Hon. Jas. T. D Wilson. Mayor of
Houston, and the City Council endorses
the enterprise as lollows ;
Houston, Texas, April 29,1874.
We the undersigned, regard the Real
Estate Distribution, which J. E. Foster
proposes to make on the 2nd of October
next, in thiscity. as calculated to promote
improvements, and placing within the
reach of many, who otherwise would be
unable, a chance to secure a home tor
them and their families, and having from
our long acquaintance with him, every
confidence in his integrity, we feel justified
in Baying, tbat he will carry out his Dis-
tribution honestly and fairly, according to
his advertised plan.
Signed by the Mayor, the Hon. Jas. T.
D. Wilson, and City Council.
Capital Prize, $5,000 Gold; ten Residen-
ces in Houston ; Population 20,000 and the
Railroad centre of the State ; 150 tracts ot
land in different portions of the State.
Value of prizes, $146,000; 73,000 tickets,
at $2 each. The management are so well
convinced of the success ot the Enterprise
tbat they feel justified iu promising to
refund every cent of money, if the draw-
nig does not take place on 22d of October.
Every prize paid in full, whether all the
tickets are sold or not,jSend for circular.
T. W. HOUSE, Treasurer. Address
J. E. FOSTER, Manager, Houston, Texas.
15 8-74 dJtw2m
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY SIMILAR
THE BEST AND
IN THE WORLD.
For sale by
WASNER & HUMMEL.
OK LKONE C KKF.lv,
Nine miles south of San Antonio.|
GOOD GRASS AND WATER.
Only 50 ccnts a week.
Two Dollars a montli.
Further informaiion may be obtained
from Messrs. Wagner & Rummel.
7-5-dtf. P- BRAUBACH
SALE BELOW COST OF
German tinned glazed A brass
TEA AND OOF"."EE POTS AND
PAtiCiiCiRS, 1" ivY iNG PL Air "S
STRAINBR3 AND DIPPERS.
PEN lENRlEDER & CO.
SR. C. A. BOHAMAN,
(LITRES all Private Diseases wtthont the use o<
j Mercury. Charges reasonable lees. Office,
No. 619 North Fifth Street, between Washington
avenue and Uroeu, St. Louis, Mo. Established in
St. Louis in Ij£7.
Jt3»T>n. B's "Treatise on Special Diseases,
which fUllv explains the nature, causes. symntoms,
etc., ot' 44 Spermatorrhea. *' or "Seminal Weak-
ness.** Svplulis. ami valuable information on other
delicate subjects, scut FREE, in plain sealed en-
49»T>K. ROHANNANN "VEGETABLE CURATIYI
permanently cures all tonus of "Spermatorrhea
or "Seminal Weakness*' in froiu two to seveu
weeks time. It restores Lost Power and brings
back the youthful vigor of those who have destroy-
ed it bv'sexual excesses or evil practices. This
rfmedy~has been used bv Dr. Boliannan iu his pri-
vate practice tor over thirty y< ars, and has never
failed in curing even in tin worst cases. Price Five
Dollars. Sent to address vfree from observation).
ej'Dn. ttonAN\*AN*9 4 'Vegetable Syphilis <*u re I'
is warranted to permanently cure 44 SYPHILIS *
in all iss stages, and eradicate the last vestige of
Syphilitic poison from the system. Those having
tlio difk-ase lurkirc iu their blood, concealed from
obs«Tva;io i, in its constitutional form, thereby
onner\.i i. i• • us rou>uiwiumuu uuui.
jeopardizing the health and happiness of another,
"as well a> that of their offspring, should immedi-
ately list.1 this medicine, and be CiTRED FC** *
Price Five Dollars. Sent to any address.
Persons remitting money by mail for Medi-
cine. will send by 4 4 Postaffice Order *' or "Kegis-
DR. W. BILLS,
A graduate from the University of Co-
penhagen, Denmark; Honorary M. D. from
the University of Padova, Italy; for sever-
al years assistant Physician to to the cele-
brated Prof. Ricord, Paris.
Having been for years a student at the
large hospitals of Paris, London, Vienna
and Copenhagen,and a thorough,large and
varied practice during 15 years' has gain-
ed the most thorough knowledge of the
nature of all chronic diseases| and the
treatment thereof, and he has in his ex-
tensive practice^ had an unparalleled suc-
cess, and very often effected a cure where
every remedy had beeli tried and all hope
of restoration of Lealth had been despair-
Nabody who ever sutfered of the tedious
anil life "inibittering disease—DYSPEPSIA
— has ever in vain callee on Dr. Bille. In
every case lias he by his new method of
treatment restored the functions of the
stomach, and with it thegliealth and vigor
of the patient, and many a| person does to-
day, with gratitude, recall the moment
he placed himself under Dr. Bille's cure.
For his treatment of LADIES'DISEAS-
ES, Dr. Bille is deservedly renowned, and
no lady suffering from AMENORRHtEA,
HYSTERIA, PROLAPSUS UTERI.or any
other disease peculiar to the female system
should fail to call ou Dr. Bille, as they
will quickly be releived of their rnftering
and ultimately restored to perfect health.
Disenses ofit Private Nature
Dr. Bille has made a speciality, and this
scourge of humanity, unsuccessfully treat-
ed by uiost practitioners, is easy and
quickly overcome by his new treatment.
Being a pupil of the most renowned Phy-
sician for syphilitic diseases in the world,
Prof. Ricord, ill Paris, Dr. Bille will al-
ways gnaraatee a cure in any case ot
syphilitic disease which may come under
his treatment; ami hundreds in this city
and vicinity can testify that in cases of
syphilitic natnre, where other physicians
have failed, Dr. Bille has always been
NERVOCS DEBILITY, 8EMINAL
WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCY, either caused
by age or abuse, quickly aud permanently
relieved, and full power restored.
No man is too old and no young man too
debilitated that he can not be completely
reinvigorated aud rejnv'enated by thp
treatment of Dr. W. Bille.
Dr. Bille wishes to oall particular atten-
tion to his now discovery, by which he
can, by the help of microscope and chemis-
try, discover if there is -any syphilitic
poison in the blood, which is of the great-
est importance, as persons having had
venereal diseases often believe themselves
cured, and the poison still remains in tha
blood to break out sooner or later. Dr.
Bille has resided in New Orleans for years,
is endorsed by the best eitizens there, and
by his skill, knowledge and successful
cures has obtained a great repntation as a
SpeCiaHSt- DB. BiLMS
Has Sone to WACO and is
located at the
MC CLELLAN HOUSE,
Where he will be pleased to see those
needing his services at once, as
his stay will only be short.
Consultation strictly confidential in
English, German, French & Scandinavian.
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