Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 27, 1874 Page: 4 of 4
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PASSED at thk
FIRST SESSION OF THE FOR.
TY THIRD CONGRESS.
fGeneral Nature—No. 70.J
AN ACT fixing the amount of United
Status uot.es, providing for a re-distribu-
tion of the national-bank currency, and
for other purposes.
Sec. 7. That so much of the act; entitled
"An act to provide for the redemption of
the three per centum temporary loan
certificates, and for an increase of national
bank notes" as provides that 110 circula-
tion shall be withdrawn tinder the provi-
sions of section six of said act, until after
the lifty-four millions granted in section
one of said act shall have been taken up,
is hereby repealed ; and it shall be the
dnty of the Comptroller of the Currency,
under the direction of the Secretary of the
Treasury, to proceed forthwith and he is
hereby authorized and required, from time
to time, as applications shall be duly made
therefor, mid until the full amount of fit-
ty-five million dollars shall be withdrawn,
to make requisitions upon each of the na-
tional banks described in said section,
and in the manner therein provided, or-
ganized in States having an excess of cir-
culation, to withdraw and return so much
of their circulation as by said act may be
apportioned to bo withdrawn from them,
or, in iieu thereof, to deposit in the Trea-
sury of the United States lawful money
sufficient to redeem such circu'ation, and
upon the return of the circulation required,
or the deposit of lawful money, as herein
provided, a proportionate amount of the
bonds held to secure the circulation of
such association as shall make such return
or deposit shall be surrendered to it.
Sec. 8. That upon the failure of the na-
tional banks upon which requisition for
circulation Khali be made, or of any of
them, to return the amount required, or
to deposit in the Treasury lawful money
to ledeeni the circulation required, within
thirty days, the Comptroller of the Cur-
rency shall at once sell, as provided in
sect ion forty-nine of the national-currency
act approved June third, eighteen hun-
dred and sixty-four, bonds held to secure
the redemption of the circuit) ion of the
association or associations which shall so
fail, to an amount sufficient to redeem the
circulation required of such association or
associations, and with the proceeds, which
shall be deposited in the Treasury of the
United States, so much of the circulation
of such association or associations shall
lie redeemed as will equal the amount re-
quired and not returned, and if there be
any excess ot proceeds over the amount re-
quired for such redemption, it shall bo re-
turned to the association or associations
■whose bonds shall have been sold. And
it shall be tho duty of the Treasurer, as-
sistant treasurers, designated depositar-
ies, and national bank depositaries of the
United States, who shall be kept informed
by the Comptroller of the Currency of
sticli associations as shall fail to return
circulation as required, to assort and re
turn to the Treasury for redemption tho
notes of such associations as shall conic in-
to their hands until the amount required
shall be redeemed, and in like manner to
assort and return to the Treasury, for re-
demption, the notes of such national
banks as have failed, or gone into volun-
tary liquidation for the purpose of wind-
ing up their affairs, and of such as shall
hereafter so fail or go into liquidation.
Sec. 9. That from and after tho passage
of this act it shall be lawful for the Comp-
troller of the Currency, and he is hereby
required, to issue circulating-notes with-
out delay, as applications therefor are
made, not to exceed tho sum of fifty-five
million dollars, to associations organized,
or to bo organized, in those States and
Territories having less than their propor-
tion of circulation, under an apportion-
ment made on the basis of population and
of wealth, as shown by the returns of the
censnft of eighteen hundred and seventy;
and every association hereafter organized
shall be subject to, and governed by, the
rules, restrictions, and limitations, and
possess the rights, privileges, and fran-
chises, now or hereafter to be prescribed
by law as to national banking associations,
with the same power to amend, alter, and
repeal provided bv "the national bank
act:" Provided, That the whole amount
of circulation withdrawn and redeemed
from banks transacting business shall not
exceed fifty-five million dollars, and that
such circulation shall be withdrawn and
redeemed as it shall be necessary to sup-
ply the circulation previously issued to
the banks in those States having less than
their apportionment: And provided fur-
ther, That not more than thirty million
dollars shall be withdrawn and redeemed
as herein contemplated during the fiscal
year ending Juno thirtieth, eighteen liuu
dred and seventy-five.
Approved, Juno 20, 1874.
|General nature—No. 71.J,
AN ACT to provide for the establishment
of life-saving stations and houses of re-
fuse upon the sea and lake coasts of the
United States, and io promote the ef-
ficiency of the life-saving service.
Be it enacted by the Senate, and House
of Representative* af the United States
of America in Congress assembled, That
the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby au-
thorized to establish life saving stations,
life-boat stations, and houses of refuge,
for the better preservation of life and
property from snipwreck, at or in the vi-
cinity of the following named points upon
the sea and lake coasts of the United
States, namely :
ON THE COAST OK DELAWARE.
Cape Henlopen, a complete life-saving
-station; Indian River, a complete life-sav-
ON THK COAST OK MARYLAND.
Green Run Inlet, a complete life-saving
ON Till-: COAST OK VIIHilMA.
Chincoteague, a complete life saving
station : Watchaprcague Inlet, a complete
life-saving s'ation ; Hog Island, a com-
plete life-saving station : Sandy Shoal Is-
land, a complete life-saving' station;
Smith's Island, a complete life-saving sta-
ON THK COAST OK KI.O°R!DA.
About eighteen miles north of Indian
River Inlet, a house of refuge : Gilbert's
liar, a house of refuge: near Orange
Grove, a house of refuge: between Hills-
borough and New River Inlet, a bouse of
refuge: about ten miles south of New-
River Inlet, a house of refuge.
«>N THK COAVT OK WASHINGTON*TERRITORY.
Neah Bay, a life-boat station : Shoal-
water Bay. a lifeboat station; Cape Dis-
appointment. a life boat station.
ON THE COAST OK OREGON.
Cape Arngo, a life-boat station.
To be Continued.
~ MIOll COSGROVB,
No. 54dc 56, Commerce »lr,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
of all descriptions.
CUTLEEY, FIRE ARMS;
The Winchester Rifle aatl Carbine,
Smith, Wesson aud Remington
Five and six shooters,
The Robertson and Cowhunter's
Rifle, Remington Breach
Loading Shot Guns,
And a variety of Pocket Deringers.
Winchester,Smith, Wesson and
any other cartridges you may
FISHING TACKLE, RODS, &s.
Ac nutrition of all descriptions!
Tie Avery, Deer, Pop and
Join Moore Plows,
And a stock of
For all Plows,
PAINTS and OILS,
GAS - FIXTURES,
IMPROVED ARSMi) BURNER,
Which can be fitted to any common or
— and —
Of all description
j iuiuu uiiu wl
IRON & LEAD PIPE,
HOSE OF ALL SIZES,
CLEANING & HAND SAPOLIO,
Prutts Astral aiul Itatlimit Oil
Always on hand.
Wood and Willow ware of all
Ladies Sewing Baskets in large varietis,
Mocking Bird Canary, Robin*
and Breeding Cages,
UNION & TRIUMPH
We would call attention to the
It is the best and cheapest in the
ONLY THUIli: DOLLAKS.
WE WILL GIVE IT ON TRIAL,
AND IF NOT SATISFAC-
TOR V, NO SALE.
THE REST ASSORTMENT OF
The Cotton Plant,
Bell of the Alamo,
Live oak &c., &c.
A fall supply of Parlor jl Heating Stoves
Tinner's Furnishing Goods,
WIRE, SHEET IRON
ZiNC, BLOCK TIN,
oue at short notice, and guaranteed.
We will sell at very reduced prices. Oar
aim being, "Quick Sales aud Small Profits.
LEROUX & COSGROVE
j5 <V- 56 Commerce St.
Manufactured only by
W. T. Black we II,
DURHAM, N. C.
He reminds tho public that the United
States Court has recently given a decision
in his favor, which secures full protection
from tho imitators of his Smoking Tobacco,
anil that dealerr and manufacturers are
alike liable to «:osecution for daaling in
the spurious brands.
HUGO & SCHMELTZER,
Commerce Str., San Antonie,
AGENTS FOR WESTERN TEXAS
Will keep always on hand a fresh sup-
ply of the genuine article. 18-7-73 dtf
Tor Indianola Texas-
The Al. Clipper Schooners built expressly
for the trade
Other vessels when required to cover
berth. Goods taken forlndianola and con-
necting points on cosst and interior at
lowest lares of freight and insurance.
T UPPER & BE ATT IE,
114 Wall St.. New York
or JIEYCK & BROTHER,
4-1-73 wly Indinuoia.
will buy a
FIRST IMAGE I'MlllI 1101
Mistrial Eillti Go,
Authorized by the Legislature of the
State of New York.
First Premium Drawing, Sept. 7,J1874,
CAPITAL PREMIUM $100,000.
Address for Bond and full information
ITIOIECiim'riIAU, BRUNO <v c©.,
Financial Agents, 23 Park Row, N. X.
P. O. Drawer 29.
Applications for Agencies received.
EPISCOPAL FEMALE INSTITUTE.
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chester, Va.: Rev. J. C Wheat, A, M.,
Principal, (formerly Vice-Prin. Va. Feni.
Inst.,) with competent assistants in the
various departnieuis of English, Mathe-
matics, Natural Science, Languages, Music,
vocal and instrumental,Drawing andPaiiit-
iug. The Session, of leu scholastic months,
begins Sept. 2, 1874. Circulars of course ol'
study, terms, &«., sent on application to
J. C. WHEAT. Winciucstk.u, Va. Rkku-
kncks: The Bishop and Clergy of the
Prot. Epis. Church of the] Diocese of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSEftTO
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Wells' Carbolic Talis.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TlilED AND SURE REMEDY
Sold bv Draggists.
tiLii J i •'
buy only thk
Genie Faiitato Scales
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO..
I FA! R BANiK
Stock Scai.ms, Co u, S'cales, Hay 'Scales,
Dairy.Scalks, Counter Scales, &c. &c.
| Mtalcft repaired [ivoiuply & reasonably.
Kur sale iilso, 'lr• i;<iht's UotTee aud
Drug Mills, (JoinpcNitinn liells, all sizes
Letter I'ress.'s, iVc ifce.
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It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stim
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sutlerer fall to a lower depth of misery,
but it is a vegetable tonic acting directly
on the liver aud spleen.
It. regulates the bowels, quiets the nerves,
and gives such a healthy tone to the whole
system as to soon make the invalid feel
like a now person.
Its operation is not violent, but is charac-
terized by great gentlenessjthe patient ex-
periences no sudden change, no marked
results, but gradually his troubles
"Fold their tents, like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery, bu'
has been long used with wonderful remedi-
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est mcdical authorities, "the most power-
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Tuesday, Thnrsday Monday, Wednesday
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H B called for liy tbe necessities of
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n J and Ague. Such we are now
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M certainty that it will eradicate
• the disease, and witli assur-
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yet discovered for this class of complaints, but
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A great superiority of this remedy over any
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healthy as if tliev bad never had the disease.
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are Neuralgif Rheumatism, Gout, Headache,
lllindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth-
ma, Palpitation, Painftil Affection of the Spleen,
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while exposed to the infertion, that will be .ex-
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in sufficient quantity to ripen into disease.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than cure; and few will ever suffer from Inter-
mittents if tbey avail themselves of the protec-
tion this remedy affords.
For lirer Complaints, arising from torpid-
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ducing many truly remarkable cures, where
other incdicihes fall.
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1'ractiral and Analytical Client is!»,
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"**3 Rendered Useless,
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KESTORE YOUE SIGHT,
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Old JK yes Made New.
All diseases of tho Eye saecesssfully trea-
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New panteut improved ivory
llead for yourself and Restore your
Spectivcles and Surgical Operation ren-
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Many of our most eminent physicians,
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their Sight permanently Restored for life,
and cured of the following diseases
1. Impaired Vision ; 2. Presbyopia, oc
Far-sightuess, jv Dimness ofVisiou, com-
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Weak Eyes; 4 Epiphora, Running or
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worked Eyes; 10. Mydesopia —- moving
specks or floating bodies before the eyes;
11. Atuourosis, or Obscurity of Vir.ioo ; 12.
Cataracts; Partial Blindness; thoLossof
Any one can use the Ivohy Eye ups
without the aid of the or medicine, so as to
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never wear spectacles ; or, if using now,
to lay thum aside forevey. We guarantee
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2,309 CERTIFICATES OF
from honest Farmers, Merchants—some of
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Uudev date ot March 20. Hon. Horack
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,,J. Bai.l, of our city, is a conscientious
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Prof. W. Mehrick, of Lexington Ky.,
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the Patent Ivoky Eye Cups thirteen
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contents of daily newspapers, and all with
the unassisted eye.
„ Trudy am I grateful for your noble inven-
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I have been using spectacles twenty years.
I am seventyyearsold.
Truly yours, PROF. W. MERRICK.'-
Rev. Joseph Smith, Maiden, Mas., cured
of Partial Blindness, of 18 years' standing
in one minute, by the Patent Ivory Eye
E. C. Elms, late Mayor of Dayton, Ohio •
wrote us, Nov. 15th, 18GD: I have tested
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