San Antonio Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 181, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1874 Page: 1 of 4
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Official Organ of the United
Terra, of .nbsctiptiun:—Coin
"■wis of subscription : coin
1] Month), |8too
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Advertisements (or Daily
Weekly as per cent illaconn
»»er square of eight lines.
I'haiifceable notices 50 per eent
advance on U8UH1 rate#*
We are prepared to doall'kind
oi Job work at the lowest rate*
and in the best style
H. MacCormack -W. II. Huston
MACCORM l€K A OUSTON,
Room No. 1, over Gamble's Hiwk-Sinre,
Special attention Riven to examination
N.tnrr Public Hi HIM.
22 5-74 d.vvtf
1874. <>"■«•> 1874.
Juar RECEIVED THE LATEST STYLES
AND FASHIONS OF
COME AND SKI?!
MOKE & bRO.,
Commerce Street, S»u Antonio, Texas
Steitcke', Building, Commerce St.
WMlesals & Retail Grocers
Keep always on band a large and
complete stock of
Flour of various Brands,
Rio and Java Coffee,
Crushed and La. Sugars,
Course and tine Sal r,
Kiee, Ueuiia, l'olaloeit, etc.
Genuine & pure Cider Vinegar.
Candles, Astral oil, Jk Gasoline Fluid,
Choice Brands of Whiskies,
Brandies, Wines and
StoiiiHolj Bitter*, eu:
ANIIEUSER AND UHKIG'8 Si'. LOUIS
Best genuine porter um\ Ale, etc. elo.
A'I ^r«<'e8 of
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS.
Srgtirs of all lirsitids and qualifies,
together v* it!■ a mil stock
ol a't o;l-er articles
in their line.
Owing to fho present hard times we
Will Midi At liiWPdi Lill^v1ti«luvtf'
moots to eaeli-buyers and a liberal (lis
count oil gold pay mentis.
Special Not ce to Sheep Baisers!
We have on hand a large lot of LEAF
TOBACCO, which, nceotdin^ to a late
decision ol the Revenue Depart merit can
he sold to sheep raiser.11 for dipping pur-
(Hises without paying special license on
A . N K-T T K
Bas 'tt.t r««®- .d a Inure nl
< K< V!:MK«|K«. »t.d
ST'HQTAI. INP1 i.-ItMf \
[n faet all tlie lesjinr »rti'-l-« ,u..|.
SI M MONS
thai Afr nnuallT Kept in a
Flral (!l»fi Ornt
<H» •seek V*im» >'* hi•"»«'!
r.rfl n«rh«,» '
Mnmrnrlun V #»«»••#»*»«.
Treaty betwkM thk United
■ States of Awkica and the
Bepublic ok lfcRU. 1 » 1
FiiakkSciiulz. Fiia.nk jacu.
Schulz & Jeiiu.ll,
Alamo Plaza, near Turner Hall,
lleanei, Homes and Car-
rlages ufnerj description
Tlie above named renjiectfully invite the
attention nf tlie public t» heir new and
fine stock of horses and carriages, and
otter every inducement to travelers and
strangers, to have good liinj; and sport
tW Charges as low as anywhere in the
city. ' 16-7-74d3m
Dry Goods, Clothing,
GUSTS' FUKKI^HimO ODODS,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc., etc.
Miiin Plitz.-i, Sim Antonio.
OrviOK: New Orleans, \ , n _ >w.n
Chartres street. ) ' a Box m
RHODIUS * CO
U IIOI.BS4 I,K IIKALBKK M
Staple aoi! Paicy Groceries
33 Coaimorce Street.
• 4^ 4«TOVV«i TI!I4«
jo un t woh 1(1.
THOMAS V JOHNSTON
JIIIIX TWOIilfi ft DO,,
SAN ANTONIO, TUX AS
RANK ft SIS
WOKITE HOME REMEDY.
This unrivalled Medicine is warrented
f ot to con tain a single particle ol Mkiicu-
hy, or any ii jurious mineral hii balance,
containing those Southern Hoots and
Herbs, which an all wise Providence has
placed in countries where Liver Diseases
most prevail. It will cure all Dimtnen coin-
ed by Derangement of the Lmr and Itoweh.
Simmon', Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
Is eminently i Family Medicine; and by
being kept ready for immediate resort
will save many an hour of snflering and
many a dollar in time and doctors'bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it is still
receiving the most, unqualified testimoni-
al* to its virtues from primus of the high-
est. character and responsibility. Eminent
physicians commend it as the most
For Dyspepsia or liidiifcotloa.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates
anil changes of water and food uiav be
faced without fear. As a Remedy in
MALARIOUS FEVERS, BOWEL COM-
PLAINTS. HESTLE88NE88, JAUNDICE,
IT HAS NO >:<(!!A L.
It is the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family
Mi'dicine ill the WorhO
manupactultki) only 1iy
j. ii. seciitii * Co.,
Macon, (in., and Piiiladklpria
sou> nr all bnuoorsm
ft) 2 74-<IJ« « 1}
count far trlaU" »'» 5
! Government to wli'eC
OH Dr. LeMerts
l>eit|<-r» in Fdjelijii >«i.<l Ooiiick'
tie Eicliunse. Coin. Bui""".
Cidlectiolis made on all accessible points
Draft« on AW York, A^vi Orlna.H»,
O'lifvrattKt Ifrt'i 'dlijo/'h in,
mi Mexico il*i<1 kiiki.-iihi
J. 8. LOCkVOOd k MOMiDS
«t,\ tMfl.MO, TliXA»,
rpHW («HEAT KHE 'OH
JL ufr«r many years of rxperienC"
»S 1. K <> A U i ll K K K.
Nine miles sooth of San Autoui«»
GOOD OK ASS AND W.VJKIi.
Only 50 renin a week.
Tw» Oitiiarti a inoaili.
Further ii.f..noail..ii mar l>e oliiaino.t
from Messrs. Wagl«-r A
7-f> dtf. p. JtR\ IIU.lt; h
a.nil iik.ali'.iis in
Exchange, Bullion and Gorernmen
E«i'Ii:hikc on F<n||liiii(l, «»r-
■natiy and France.
R" Collections solicitoil upon all point
in tho State.
Telegraphic Transfers. Advances made
on Consigumeuts. (2-4-73d&wlv
. . . lias
perfected reino'lies which an: infu)ii 1>I« lor
t.lit) cure of privvti! tiliil nervous di«e:isrs,
— ! (UlJ'vuiulUL Hi-: fii I>l lli»11 -*ii". .UiwtaseH
t_ iM I hoBiitiesii tiil Jnjnts, CTeeialionsotUn-
throat, OnnnrrlKH'ii. Gleet. Sfriatiire, Or-
cli'tis Diseases of the Piostrate Glued,
8|ierinatonlic» and tnvoliintary Emis-
sions from silt abuse or o'li.-r causes p.-r
niaiieiitly cured. Patients :nv .l.sitcil to
| forwiud a miiiute 'ieseiiption < f their (>»s<
l by 1 •!t,i r, and thev will lie piomptlv at
i tended In
[ C'oii-ulUilion by b-!t. r' He dollar ,\f. ,|-
i ieines sent by express (). I) t.(i any p nt
of the United Slav*. Meni::i'n*« a'-osent
by mail ssfe!y sealed from nhse.rvHti*ni.
Labratory and CoiiHii'tfltion Rooms. 4ii'.l
Locust Street Room No. •} Sr. |,.,ni« Mo
Government to whwtfl" 'mmlc tlib tle-
inaiiil of exiaditioii Ui.iy, iii will., deliver
the criniliial to fat' .Still t in whose te ri-
tories the i riin.' »a- eoiu.ultteil, fv to
that lo which the er'.iii nj' be'o.igs. If
the ,'ieoused or sentenced lie so.i whose
cx.iadithin limy he deinailded i.i vh'itie
of the ("lesent convei'iloi .roni one of
the eontrae.in;5 Hi .ies, a...lie sa'ne time
he ilie subject of ela" .is I'iiiui oac ot ter
Govet iinients simii'iaiteoiisly .or c lines
or misdemeanors coiniiiltOi1 in their re-
spective territories. lie or she shall ic
delivered up to that Govei timeiii in
whose territories the oD'ense eonimi.ieil
was of the gravest character; and win1
the ofl'enses are of ll.ve uatuie and
gravity, the delivery will he madd lo the
Government making the first (ldiu.ul;
and if the dates of the deinaands ie the
same, that, of the nation to wliidi the
erimininal may belong will Iii pre-
If the person claimed is acctird or
sentenced In the country where lu may
have token refuge, for a crime or nisde-
meanor committed in that count if, his
delivery may bo delayed until t iti dell-
nlte sentence releasing aim lit) pro-
nounced, or lint'l such time its lie may
have complied with the puijislimelt in-
flicted on him in the countiy wiuve lie
Ahticle VII. j
In cases not admitting otldeiay, and
eepeviaily in those where th is Ihliger
of escape, each of the two Glvernmfnts,
authorf zed by the order for api eiie'ilion,
frayed in both directions by that of the
two administrations which is able to se-
cure the transportation upon the most
favorable terms, the other administration :
to reimburse to it its share of the snid j
The United plates postal admlnlstra- '
tion, however, shall pay to the postal ad-
ministration of France, for the convey-
ance of nui'ls sent from the United States
to France by means of the French
packets, the same sea-rates as those
If the person uocuM or condemned is
not a citizen of eitherof the contrae.ing
jsiwcrs. the tJovcinui'iit gran.'ng the
extiidition will info, m Vic Government
of the country to whl^the acc.ised or
•'ondeuined may hr.'o'lg of the demand
made, and if i!u> liiS%^iud^jiw<':,si»~>tithose;rate»,ar" »">» to lie lower than those
rccliiliiig the ^ Wto,v<' "™ postal lutniHiiMranon oT
m Antonio Soap Companr.
SIJI'EKIOlt TO 4NV I.THEH
Manufactured and made to order by the
San Ant. Beef Extract Factory.
Orders received for Soap and Beef Ex-
which said LnitcdSta.es postal adininis- ! tract at the oflicu of tho Factory, A.
tration would pay, accondng to Ameri- j wBlff or E. Pentenrieder. ("1-1-74 <1A
can legislation, for tlie maritime convey-
ance of the same mails by steamers of
commerce. It i- also niiderstood that
may, hy the tno ;t expedien.
and obiaiu the arrest of of
\ not toe-
FOR TIE RIO GRANDE!
Ei. PASO MAIL COMPANY'S
Fine lour horse Coaches.
Tuesday,, Thursdays and Sundays at 8
A.M. tin llnernn, Fredericksburg,' Loyal
Valley, Mason, Mctmidville, FtMcKuvitt,
Kiukapoo Springs, IJcnflckliu and Fort.
Thence, Monciajn and Thursdays for
| Centralia, Pecos Bridge, Forts Jackson
j Davis and Qiiitiuan, San Eli/.»rio Vstcta
and EH'aso with weekly, two horse hacks
Fort Davis to Presidio del Norte.
For Eagle i'ass,
Tuesdays and Fridays at H A. M. via
CBStroville, D'ilani, and Uvalde with
brunch iu connection, Uvalde to Ft. Clark,
for desertion, Ac. No publicity required. I OKFICK—On Alamo lMn/.a.
No charge urftil divorce grtnled. Address, A A. MUNCEY, Agent.
M. HOUSB, Attorney, Sa" Antonio, Tex., April a.r>, 1871.
12 6 71 (My 194 ltr.adw,y, N. Y. 86 4 71.
W W. Sharp* & Co.,
No. 25, Park Kow, Sew York,
Are authorized to contract for adverting
iii our paper.
Absolute DivoRcks obiained
FROM COURTS, ofdifl'crent States,
Millet Seed, Paris Oiwii, powdered
Just received b\
x.. iir i n a »o.\.
o s vv k a o
Silver Gloss Starch.
For the Laundry.
MA.VUFACTI itKD i1y
T. KINGSF0RD SON,
na8 bkc'omk a
Its great excellence has merited the com-
Rieudation of Europe for American
PULVERIZED C0R.\ STtR(H,
T. KINGSFORD & SON
^J\.wll8n. " >• properly
*de into Padding,, i, ■ [|n~Mi n
of gnat excellence.
100 HIjLS. AN II TOURER BEER, QUARTS (fc PI NTS
50 " ROCHESTER BEER.
Rhine Wines in Barrels and Boxes.
OOMPLKT E ASSOBTMKNT OF
Book beer Glasses,
Funny lial but ties, Toilet Sets,
Decanters, Li(|tlor Sots,
accused or sentenced, on
presenting the said ortler for
slon us soon as may be puss ill
oeoding four months.
All expenses whatever o< iletentioi
and delivery effected in viitue ol' tlie
preoeeding itrovjjloiis shall b borne and
defrayed by the Gover.imenlfln whose
name the repitisitlou shall have been
'I Ills treaty shall eommeno from the
date of the exchange of the ktidcatious,
and shall continue In foiee ii.il it. shall
lie abrogated by the emiireeiig parties
0/ one oi'fhem; but. it shall j>t be abro-
I gated, except, by tiiu.ii.-il eoiMtit, unless
I t.ie party desiring to nbrojae il. shall
' give twelve months previouspot'ce.
■ The present treaty shall Mralllled in
. coi.forniity with the coiistltuou of the
i two countries, and the ratitiotions shall
be exchenged at the citle of Vnshlugton
or Lima, within eighteen ninths fioin
the date hereof, or sooner if pssthie.
In witness whereof we, fie Plenipo-
tentiaries of the United Statejof Amer'ea
and the Republic of Pent, lave signed
and scaled these presents.
Done iu tho city of Until,it duo llcate,
Ettg.Uh a id Spanish, this the twelfth
day of September, in the yar of our
Lord one thousand eight lilndred and
[skai..] ALVIX P. IIOVHY.
[SKAI..J JOSE J. LOAYZj.
And whereas the said f reak- lias been
duly ratified on both parts, itul the re-
spective ratlileatious were e.yhanged at
Lima on the twenty-eighth iLy of May
Xow, therefore, be it kn«\vn that I,
Ui.yskss S. GitAXT. Pregjdeut of the
I'niicd States of America, have eauscd
the said treaty to be made public, to the
end that the same, and eicry clause
and article thereof, may be observed ami
fullilled w i.li good taitli by flic United
States and tlie citizens theretf.
in witness whereof 1 haye hereunto
set my hand, and caused thefceal of the
United States to be nfli::cd,
Done at i tie city of Washington, this
twenty-seventh day of .Inly, the
year of our Lord inte thousand
[skai..] eight hitnd.-ed and seventy-four,
and in the ninety-ninth year of
ttlie Indcpeiihcuc of the United
States of Aineticu.
V. S. iiltAXT,
By the President:
Scci tia I'H of Slalr
Postal Convention between
thk United Statf„s of Amkhi-
ca and the bkpublio of
Concluded April 2H, le*4.
France sltiill have lo pay for the convey-
ance by the Hamburg packets of the
ma'.ls which It shall scud by these packets
ti tlie ('tilted States.
Persons who desire to send ordinary,
that is to say not registered, letters,
either from France to Algeria, for the
United States and lis territories, or from
the Unl.,eii States and its .errltorles for
Frtinec and Alper'a, may, iu their option,
leave the postage oil said letters to bo
paid by the addrcssess, or they can pre-
pay said postage to destination.
[To tm concluded, j
A Fortune For SI.
One i! if I is (iuarantecd to one of every eleven,
$50000 FOR ONE DOLLAR.
"NuW IS Y0UK TIME,"
Damk Fom unic lliti.es Tiiobi: VViio Hkij*
500,000 Ticketi at (100 each, nam
bered from 1 to 500.000, inclusive.
The exceedingly low price of
Ticketi bring* it within the
ieaoh of all.
Grand Gift Concert
In Aid op Puiu.ic Imi'kovk.mknts in tiie
City of Dknison, Texan.
Tbe Ttias Gil) Concert Associalii
WILL GIVE A GRAND CONCERT
Tbur^day, December 31, 1874.
And will Distribute to the Ticket Holders
$250,000 IN GIFTS.
DEPOSITORY, FIRST NATIONAL BANK
distkiiiution to commence immediately
ai teii tiie conokiit. mana(j|;hs ok thk
oistiiiiil'tton chosen 11y the ticket
ltol.nnits and i'kominent citizens.
i.imt of hiftmi
1 Grand Cash Gift, Ij 50,000
411,7(17 Grand Cash Gifts ain'L'g to #'.100,000
iii prizes in real estate am Yg to 50,000
, fchsli Pbunss,
Hed Kidney Beans,
Green & Split Peas,
10j;fiinegas .Mexican lieillis (Frijoies) new crop.
15 Sacks Chili |iesadoor Tule.
oil Cargns Piloucillos, «liite.
50 P.oxes Sutokiitg Tobacco.
40 " Alaska ltolls (Leaf Sinokiug/l'obiieeo.)
100 " Badiant Oil.
50 " Astral Oil.
Zoipo rtedgviis Ghoea
The undersigned, John A.J.Cresweil,
Postmaster-General of the Uiited States
of America, in virtue of -he powers
vested in him by the law, and M. Ame-
dee Bartholdl. officer of tue national
| order of the Legion of Ilonot, envoy ex-
traordinary utul minister pleiii|Kitentiary
from Friince at Washington, &c., in the
name, of his government and ly virtue of
| the |lowers which lie has foriierly pre-
| sented to tills effect, have ngeed ii]>oii
I the following articles, viz:
There shall lie lietween the Kist.il ad-
ministration of France and he postal
administration of the United States an
exchange, iu closed mails, «f letters,
samples of merchandize, phaographs,
and printed matter of all kind-, by the
following means of comiiiunlcitioii and
1st. By ihe French mail-packets.
2d. By the packets of the iamburir
:id. By the way of England and the
packages employed in traiisjxning the
mails between Great Britain tnd the
The expenses arising from tit trans-
portation of tlie mails by any ont of the
above mentioned rontrsshall :>e lefrayed
by the dispatching office; but It t tinder-
stnod that, these expenses shal he de-
451,783 Gifts, niminntiiig to $250,000
It E F E RENO E S :
Knowing that lliu nianugenient of this
Association will bo conducted as represent-
ed, we cheerfully recommend the same to
JAMES LEONARD, JOHN HOLFORD,
JOHN 11. MCDOUGALL, W. 11. WINN, II.
TONE, J. M. COOK, Ahlermon, City of
Judge Wm. 1). KIRK.
J. NEVINS, City Treasurer.
W B BOSS, Lone Star Mills.
WEEKLY TIMES, Denison.
E E FULLER, Alamo lintel.
M GOLDSOLL & Co.. Merchant,.
W.M IIUGIIES, Real Estate Broker.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denison.
Col FRANK SCIIRADER Ex-Mavor.
DAILY A WEEKLY NEWS, Denis
SAMUEL A COOK, Real Estate Broker.
Col T II WAI REN, Real Estate Broker.
CM AS E MAURICE, U9 Commissioner.
Col SAMUEL BROOKS, Galveston, Tux.
JOS PERRY, Attorney M. K. & T. R. R.
J. W. JENNINGS, Ex-Postm.aster U. S.
Co). L. W. SHEPHERD, Alamo Hotel,
Gen G A BEUL, U S Army, Ft. Grillin,
MERCHANTS' St. PLANTERS' BANK,
S tl EDDY, Division Superintendent M.,
L & T R R.
Col E J STRANG, Q. M. U. S. Army,
GOODE, STINNETT & Co.. Coton Bro-
kers, Denison, Texas.
E D CH VDICK, Manager Cotton Com-
press Co., Deniton, Texas.
A statement of the Distribution will lis
published and forwarilt-il lotiaket holder,,
and all gifts will bo promptly paid aftor
Good and Responsible PcrsonslUanled lo
work for the interests of thts Association
LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
HOW TO REMIT TO US
Money should be sent by Express or by
Draft, Post Office Money Order or by
Address all ConiuiiinientionA to
Alphens R. Collins, See'y.,
A BAY GUARANTEED Mr
WELL AUGER 4 DRILL i.fM,
•flOWA, ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
(•iiUN, Rifles, Pistols, AmuunitioB
SPORTING ARTICLES OF EVER*
rr All repairs on Arms neatly executed.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters the most woudor-
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit*
ters according to directions, atidxe-
main long unwell, provided tbeir
bonos are not dostroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or-
gans wasted boyond repair.
Bilious, Bemitteut, and In-
termittent Fevers, which aro so
prevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, lied, Colo-
rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Poarl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko-
auoko, J anion, and many otlien,
with their vast tributaries, through-
out our ontire country during tho
Summor and Autumn, and remarka-
bly bo during soasons of unusual
heat and dryness, aro invariably ac-
companied by extensive derange-
ments of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
troatmont, a purgativo, exorting a
powerful influouco upon these vari-
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for tho purpose
equal to Dr.. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily romovo
tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at tbo eamo time
stimulating tbe secretions of tho liver,
and genorally restoring tho healthy func-
tions of the uigestivo organs.
Fortify the body against dis-
ease by purifying all its fluids with
ViKEQAtt Bitters. No opidemio can
tako hold of a system thus fore-armed.
ache, 1'a?n in the Shoulders, Roughs,.
Tightness of tho Cbest, Dininess, Soar
Eructations of tho Stomach, Bad Taste
in tho Mouth, BilioiiB Attacks, Palpita-
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of tlie
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ono bot-
tle will provo a hotter guarantco of its
merits than a lougthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec-
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, a9 in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Visi-
kgarBitters have shown tbeir great cur-
ative powers in tho most obstinato and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Ilheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit-
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
ofthe Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters havo no equal. Such Dis-
eases are caused by vitiated Blood.
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such a,
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gnlil.keatara and
Miners, as they adranco in life, are sub-
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, tako a deso of Walkeb's
Vinegar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tettor, Salt-Rbcuui, Blotches, Spot,, Pim-
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-
worms, Scald-bcad, Soro Eyes, Erysipe-
las, Itch, Scarfs, Discoloration.? of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou-
sands, aro effectually destroyed and re-
moved. No system of medicine, no ver-
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms iiko these Bitters.
ForFemaleCompiaints, in young
or old, married or single, at tbo dawn of
womanhood, ortho turn of life, these Ton-
ic Bitters display so decided au influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you liud its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sore3; cleanse it when you find it ob-
structed and slupgish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; vour feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood nure, and the
nealth of tho svstem will follow.
R. II. NrDOXALO & CO., -
Drnjrpists & Gen. Apts.. San Francisco. Califor
uia, JL cor. of Washington and Charlton St«.,N. Y
Sold by all Drugglsta and Dealers.
R. H. McDOXALD « CO.,
Dro*sUt« & Gen. Agta.. San FrancUco. Califor-
nia. A: cor. ofWaahinjrton and Charlton 8U.N.Y.
Sold by all Dra||Uta and Dealers.
Or ALL KINDS FOB SAL* AT THR
L1R0DI k COSGROTH
ATo. 34ft 56, Commerce itr,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
DIRECT IMPORTERS A DEALERS IN
of all descriptions.
CUTLERY, FIRE ARMS;
The Winchester Rifle aail Carbide,
Smith, Wesson and Kensington
Five and six shooters,
The Bobertson and Cowbunter's
Hille, Remington Breach
Loading Shot GunB,
And a variety of Pocket Deringcrs.
any olher cartridges you may
FISHING TACKLE, BODS, &s.
Ad munition of all descriptions!
Tie Avery, Deer, Pop ail
Jeli Koore Plows,
And a stock of
For all Plows,
PAOTS and OILS,
VABNIsHES, &c., '
GAS - FIXTURES,
IMPROVED ARS1ND BURNER,
Which eaii bo iitteil to any oommon or
Of all description
slum, Force and Cislsn
IBON & LEAD PIPE,
HOSE OF ALL SIZES,
CLEANING & IIAND SAPOLIO,
P-rittta Astral and Radiant OH
Always on hand.
Wood and Willow ware of nil
Ladies Sewing Banket, iu large vurietln,
Mocking Bird Canary Robin,
and Breeding Cagos,
UNION, & TRIUMPH '
We would call attention to the
It is the best and cheajiest in the
O.XLV THltEE IXlLLAltS.
WE WILL GIVE IT ON TRIAL.
AND IF NOT SATISFAC- -
TOBY, NO SALE.
THE BEST ASSOBTMENT OF
' 'he Cotton Plant,
Bell of the Alamo,
Live oak Ac., Ac.
A full (upply of Parlor A Heating Stove,
Tinner's Furnishing Goods,
WIBE, SHEET IBON'
ZiNC. BLOCK TIN,
f IN BOOFING,
one at ^iort notice, and gnaiMML
We will aell at very reduced prices. Oar
aim being. "Qaiclt Sales and Small ProSts.
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San Antonio Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 181, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1874, newspaper, November 14, 1874; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth441446/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.