San Antonio Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 220, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 16, 1875 Page: 4 of 4
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could be improved so us to be worth
ten times their present value.
The sheep interest was a great
one iu Western Texas. She has a
capacity to raise more sheep than
all Spain, in her palmiest clays,
Nature has done more for Ban
Antonio than forauy country he knew
of, and her water facilities were
among the greatest iu the land. She
is surrounded by a wool and cotton
producing country, and has the
water to run moro spindles than
Lowell. There has been a wonder-
ful decrease among the people of
the United States, who were en-
gaged in agricultural pursuits-
even from 80 to 47 per cent. The
natural cause of this, was the fact
that people are going from the
country into, the citics and towns,
to eugage in merchandise and man
ufactures. This caues was brought
about by the very objectionable
tariff and financial systems.
Mr. Hancock, in speaking of the
people of Texas, gave it as his
opinion that they were in a better
condition to enjoy life than the
masses of any other State. Business
men flourish everywhere, and the
laboring man can find good wages,
and prompt payment for services
rendered, if lie is industrious and
honest. Here in Texas, we have
no Pottsvillo aud Fall River strikes
l>ut 111 j recess from agricultural
pursuits was to recei ve a corrective,
and the speaker looked for an ertrly
and great increase in favor of agri-
The husbandman was the great
est and noblest of men. Ilo it is
who is dearest iu society and the
most interested in sustaining the
character of his country's law's; he
is a votary of peace.
But should war come on, none so
ready as lie to fight for his country
Ho lays down the ploughshare for
the spear. Like Cincinatus, his
aiin in life wag to enjoy peace, and
when the country became turbulent,
ho felt and* made it his duty to
tight for peace.
Among all industries, the farmers
are, as a class, happier and better
'off than any other. The husband-
man's labors are in the free, open
field of woodland. And with his
advantages tr obtain good exercise,
is added the pleasure of participat-
ing in the pleasures of nature. His
hearth stone is the birth-place of
noble woman and manly honor.
The poor approach the home of
the farmer with a stepof confidence
unlike neaiing the portals of the
merchant or the banker. The
farmer abides his time and trusts
in Providence. With him there is
no complaint of rings—no rings
exist. He pays his taxes, bears the
burden of the government, and iu
his independence, asks nothing for
himself. His home is the refuge of
tho oppressed, and the people
should give him all the suppoitand
assistance that they can.
Thanking tho groat, and con-
stantly swelling audience for their
attention, Mr. Hancock closed his
most pertinent and well-received
remarks. Hisaddaess lasted three
quarters of au hour.
Waikespouts.—Mr. Charles Al-
len, F. li. G. S., writes to the Lou
dou Times: " Beiug in Calais in
August, 1S70, I noticed, while
walking ou tho beach, a very black
cloud, which hung like a thick cur
tain over the sea, and stood out in
singular contrast to the brightness
of the surrouudiug sky. Presently
a flash of lightning came from tho
cloud, aud it was immediately fol-
lowed by a funnel shaped projec«
tion, which was continued as a thiu
belt to tho surface of the sea. Its
apparent height was nbout a mile.
The water on the sea was boiling iu
fierce commotion as though vast
masses of rain water were beiug
poured upon it in a single stream.
This continued for about ten min-
utes, during which time tho loug
streamer waved about in the wind.
The cloud gradually became less
black, and at last the waving belt
broke asunder. The spout moved
along the sea at a rapid pace, aud
had it met with a large vessel, or
had its course been over the land,
your pages would have had some
great disaster to chronicle. I be-
lieve this spout had its origin in the
black cloud, and was not water
raised in a whirlwind. 1 have seen
dust columns carried to a great
height in Australia, but their nio
tion was upward, and not down-
ward, as in the case of this great
Insanity in Aus i ralia.—Aus
traliau statistics show that insanity
of a violent kind prevails to a
frightful extent on that continent,
especially iu South Australia, with
its population of 200,000. In 1SG1
there were 101 inmates of asylums
iu that part of Australia, beiug one
to 750 inhabitants. Iu 1870 they
numberek 307, and at the close of
1871 there were as many as 324, or
1 to 524 of the population. These
figures do not represent the entire
list of the iusane, but include only
madmen and other inmates of the
The cause of this great prevalence
of insanity can ouly be surmised, as
no authoritative explanation of it is
given. Dr. Patterson, director of
the insane asylum at Adelaide, does
not think that alcohol is the princi-
pal cause. Oue explanation is that
it is produced by the weakening ef-
fects of the climate, and by the rest-
less, anxious lives led by the Eng-
lish colouists, who were often made
mad by repeated failures iu busi-
Jus II Frouch, Mayor.
AI.DF.mkn ward no. 1.
Geo R Dnshiell, Joseph Sweoney, T T
wai.d no. 2.
E J Chavoz, Fritz Schrciner, Snm'l S
warp no 3.
Edward Degcner, Ferdinand Hahn, Wm
ward no 4.
Thomas Kiolbassa, S W McAllister, Mar-
TO Anderson, Recorder;
D C Robinson, City Attorney;
G Freisleben, City Surveyor and En-
Jas Duffy, Street Commissioner.
Fred Petersen, City Physician.
Julius Hoyer, City Collector.
Gnetav Fraseh, City Assessor,
J F Minter, City Treasurer;
John Dobbin, City Marshal.
Alejo E Perez, Ass't do.
Theodore Buldns, City Cleik.
J D Wurtzbaeh, Ditch Commissioner on
East side of the river.
A Y Walton, Ditch Commissioner West
side of the river.
Robert J Teel, Market Master West side
of the river.
Jas McSorlep, Ass't Market Master Fast
side of the mcr.
Philip Sliariloin, City Detective.
Peter H Marx, Interpreter aud Ass't
Clerk in Recorder's Court.
C Listich, Messenger for Mayor's Offico,
Wm Hiener City Sexton.
INDUSTH'l, EXHIBITION CO.
Five Dollars Enc.li.
Will buy a quarter Bond of tho Industrial
Exhioition Co., of Now York.
Each Quarter Bond participates in four
series of allotments every year, until it is
The following premiums show what any
bond may receive. A quarter liond would
receive one quarter of the below named pre-
JANUARY «fe JULY.
I premium of 8100,000
PL PASO MAIL COMPANY.
f. C. taylor, Supt.
home Coaches without the
1 premium of
1 premium of
1 premium of
1 premium of.
1» premiums of $500 each
10 premiums of 200 cach
27 premiums of 100 each
48 premiums of 50 each
9i'0 premiums of 21 each
APRIL & OCTOBER.
1 premium of $35,000
1 premium of 10,000
1 premium of 5,000
1 premium of 3 000
3 premiums of $1,000 each 3,000
10 premiums of SoOeach. 5,000
10 premiums of 200 each 2,000
29 premiums of 100 each 2,900
44 premiums of 50 each 2,200
3900 premiums of 21 each 81,900
Tho Company is not responbihle for any
money sent, except it be by check, Postal
order, draft, or express, payable to tho or-
der of The Industrial Exhibition Co.
Circulars sent on application.
INDISTRIAI. EXHIBITION I'O.
12 East 7th Street,
NEW YORK CITY.
COMMERCE ST. SAN ANTONIO,
Nearly opposite llugo & Schmeltzor, has
ou hand aiul is constantly
I'll re Drugs uiid IHedicincs.
Patent Modioinoa, Perfumery.
And in fact cv. rything in flic Drug Lino.
Physicians aud Country Mchants
aro roquostod to call aud
examine his stock
plirchasing ei.suw 11 kick.
Hxtrn lin« Trusses. >nspon-
sor) Ruixluccs, tic.
Physician's Prescriptions carefully com
TUEMDAY FRIDAY AT 8 A
for Boerne, Fredericksburg, Loyal Valley,
Mason, Menardvillo, Coglins, Kickapoo
FORT CONCHO, !
Forts Stockton, Davis and Quitman, San
Elizario, Ysleta Fort Bliss aud El Paso.
Time to Frtdtriolcsburg 13 he 7 Ft. Conclio
48 hours, HI I'aso 7 days.
UNITED STATES MAUL LIKE
San Antonio via Boerne and Comiort to
Fredericksburg, two liorso hacks,
lIOmiYS, THURSDAYS, & SATI'UDAV 8 a m
Mail Schedule to Fredericksburg two days and
FOlt E . CLE PASS
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS at 8 a m
via Castrovil'e, Dellanis aud Uvalde, w ith
brauch in oonneotiou Uvalde to Ft. Clarke.
Office oo Alamo Plaza, opposite
tho Menger Hotel.
S'tn Antonio, July 12,1875.
A. A. MUNOEY,
locatf -A gent.
EW ! NEW ! NEW !
San Antonio, Texas, \
July 15, 1875. J
The wheat crop of this year
is vory large and of good quality, and
my mills are among the very best in
is therefore tho best and cheapest iu San
Antonio. My old customers cannot possi-
bly eat up all the Hour i Bhall grind this
year; therefore i hope the public general-
ly will give it a trial, and help consume
15-7-dAw3m1 c. ii. guenti1er.
OTICE TO STOCK MEN !
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I HAVE
this day appointed John Eckkord aud
John M. Randolph my true and lawful
Agents and Attorneys to collect all mon-
eys duo me for cattle, and to take pos-
session of any cattle belonging to luo, or
of snob cattle as I may have authority to
control. And I do hereby notify all per
sons who may have handled my cattle to
make settlements with said Eckfold and
Randolph, and respect their authority to
protect niv interests in any manner what-
soever. JAS. LOWE.
San Antonio, Texas, October 9, 1875.
(Neicton't Old Stand)
t IHiCBNEK <V
We have line accommodations, aud strict
atteutiou is paid to stock by first-class
hostlers, under our own supervision. The
Stable is in connection with Schmidt's
Hotel. An ambulnuce kept to carry pas-
sengers to any point. Horse clipping doue
at reasonable rates.
DOERR & JACOBSON,
[Opposite Zork's BuildiugJ
NO. 63 COMMEltCE STREET,
Are uow furnished with tho latest im-
provements, and dolivor their work in the
best stylos of Photograpy.
Thoy copy and
enlarge pictures of all
Arrivals and departures of
akiuvks at seguin :
Daily except Sunday, by 5 p. m.
departs from seguin :
Daily except Sunday at 5:30 a. m
arrives at lul.ing :
Daily except Sunday, by 5 p. m.
departb.s from i.ui.ing:
Daily exocpt Sunday, at 5:30 a. m.
arrives at austin:
Daily by midnight.
depa11te8 vrom austin:
Daily at 5:30 a. m
Tuesday, Thursday Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, G p. m. Friday, 0 a. m
Tuesday, Thursday Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 0 p. m. Friday, 6 a. m
Sunday, Tuesday, Monday, Thursday,
Friday, by ti p m Saturday, at 7 it m
Wednesday, Satnr- Tuesday, Friday,
day, C p m 7:30 a m.
Sunday, Wednesday Monday, Wednesday
Friday, ti p m Friday, C a m
G ]> p
Friday, 12 a m
Friday, 1 p m
G a m
day, 6 p in
Tuesday, Thursday, Wednosday, Sutur-
9 p in - day, G a m
Maii mutter for Cuero, Victoria and In-
dianola is sent via Coltiuibu9 route on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at G a.
m. Mails for Luling and Austin stages
close at 9 o'clock P. M. -
S. P. GAMBIA, Postmaster.
LANDS FOB BENT!
4 AGUES, fensod, near tho residence of
ni " _ •
I ~V Nat. Lewis, deceased.
ACRES, fenced, on South
street, opposite the Dr. Gravest
-J Q ACRES, not fenced, ou South Flores
_L^J street, adjoining MrSchmidi'sstore.
For particulars apply to
8 26dwlm J. ULRICH.
Agt. Estate of Nat Lewis, dee'd
W U L FI N a,
The highest market prices paid for
SCHEIDEMANTEL & CO.,
HAVE just received and exhibit in thoir
business rooms, 44 Commerce Stroot,
ONE STEINWAY PIANO
with tho new invention, the
TONE SUSTAINING PEDAL,
patented by Messrs. STEINWAY & CO
under date of October 27, 1874. We inv it
the music loving publio to examiuo he
A. SCHEIDEMANTEL & CO.
Agonts for Steiuway's and Knabe's Pianos
acknowledged to be the
best in the world.
We are euabled to soil pianos from loss
renowned manufactories at from 25 to 50
por oent. discount, according to quality.
A. SCHEIDEMANTEL & CO.
BLACKSMITH and WHEEL WRIGHT,
Frompt attention to Ordt. s.
Satisfaction guaranteed — Prices
1 1 f
Corner Market and Yturri Streets,
near Bennett & Thornton's Bank,
ILL KINDS OF C0£
Is successfully and economi-
cally used every <lsty '»
' S» n m ft ("I w r|
*j y v' U t i tt
l'liysicimi and Surgeon*
Office adjoins Mr. Claviu's Drugstore,
on Commerce street, San Antonio, Texas.
Residence, Menger Hotel. loowtf
Durham cattle for sale.
Forty fine gradod Durham Male
Yearlings, sired by one of the best thor-
oughbred Durham Bulls (Herd book) iu
the State, and out of gradod and good
Texas Cows. Address
Sayibus & Walton,
Bastiop Co. Durham Farm,
Albado P. O., Caldwell County, Tox
Tti this Sta o
jaxtlftcs us i:i
to • m.my iu^u'i ii'.",
l:!n(l of YT<•■:■;< f'fi <
used tor <<>oi. iii'f ;
half tlioc ■■■■* i :• v..».
the ]ai-R"> ' l
CtiAi;Tr H ^
dJKi A AAA Rf>YAL nAVANA
SbOlU,LMJU LOTTERY. Distri-
bution every fifteen days.
1 prize, $100,000 | 1 prize,
2 prizes, $25,000 each,
854 priteHj nittouuting to
Whole tiekrits, $20; quarters, . .
tietlis, $1. Circulars of information free.
A. HONAV &. CO., Bankers.
I'oit-office Box, 2089. 21 Park Row N. Y
Royal Saxon and Brunswick Goverr.ni't
Lotteries constantly on hand [oodccly
W O L F S O N,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
GENTS' rUttNISIIING GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc-, etc.
Main Pinza, San Antonio.
Offick: New Orleans, | p _ _ O0Q
Chartreg street. 5 "ox *""•
Invaixabi.k for Raiuioad Men'.—"I
suffered lor more than a year w ith indiges-
tion, aud during the last six months I was
very bilious, occasionally having a dumb
chill, followed by fever, whieli prostrated
me. I took Simmons' Liver Regulator,
and for several mouths I have been as
stout anil hearty as any man could desire
to be. I am thoroughly satisfied that it
is all it is recommended to be tor indiges-
tion anil bilious complaints, for mine w as
certainty a stubborn case. I "nave heard
many of my friends speak of it. and all
agree that it possesses all the viitues you
claim for it.
a. b. hightowkr, Con. m, & W. b. r."
By skillful manipulation, are thoroughly
eradicated in a short timo or no
Are successfully treated, relieving all pain
instantly, and effecting restoration to
Falients can receive J. C. Clark's New and
Improved Treatment at their residences, if
J. C. CLARK,
Central Hotel Barber Shop.
Plrimnnt nnd k-rofllnblc CLapIoyinciil
"Beautiful!" "Charming!" "Oh, how
lovely!" "What are they worth?" etc.
Such are tho exclamations by those who
see tho large elegant Now Chromos pro-
duced by the European and American
Chronio Publishing Co. They are all per-
fect Gems of Art. No ouo can ro'sist the
temptation to buy when soeing tho Chro-
mos. CanvasseiH, Agents, aud ladios aud
gentlemen out of employment, will find
this tho best opening evor offorod to make
money. For full particulars, send stamp
for confidential circular. Address F.
GLEASON & CO., 738 Washington street,
Boston M.°ss. 20 dlw
Truly the most important adulterations
to avoid arethoso which aro calculated to
injure tho "stafl of life," our family
bread. We know that merchants who
supply their customers with pure articles
like Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and
his True Flavoring Extracts, retain bet-
ter patrons, have a larger trade, and
make moro money, than tlioso who buy
and recommead articles that aro poor
and cheap. Besides its a ploastirc to have
articles that never fail to give satisfaction,
and that can b« used with rafoty. Asido
from its excellence, Dr. 1 .ice's Cream
Baking Powder is one-third stronger, two
cans cijual to three of otlier kinds.
Not disagreesblo; hardly more bitter
than lager beer, and much more satisfac-
tory and pleasant, frimmous' Liver Reg-
ulator can be taken at any time, without
interfering with business or pleasure. It
is so gentle, safe, and such a good digester
that it is often used attor a honrty meal
to scttlo tho food aud relieve any appro-
honsion that the meal may disagree with
i fortune is it. Every family buys it
it Sold by Agents. Address, G S WALKER
Erie, Pa. 4w
b'HEMOST PERFECT MADE.
LEMON SUGAR, ETC.
gpNE THIRD IS SAVEDb
iu quantity by their perfect r ly and great
strength; the only kind*, jy a prec-
ecal Chemist and Physieis li scientific
care to insure uniformity, heal ifulncss, deli-
cacy and freedom from all inju -mis substan-
ces. They are far superior to ^ie common
adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob-
serve our Trade Marks as above, " Cream"
Baking Powder, " H..nd and Cornucopia."
Buy the Baking Powder only in cans sccurely
labelled. Many have been deceived in loose
or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's.
Manufactured only by
STEELE & PRICE, ,
Chicago, 9: *ouis and Cincinnati
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegak Bitters tbemost wonder-
ful InvigOrant that ever sustaiuod
the sinking systom.
No Person can take these Bit-
ters according to directions, aud re-
main loug unwell, provided their
bones aro uot destroyed by mineral
poisou or other means, and vital or-
gans wasted lioyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In-
termittent Fevers, which are so
nrevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,-
cspccially thoso of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennossee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Ked, Colo-
rado, Brazos, Itio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro-
anoke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through-
out our entire country during tho
Summer aud Autumn, and remarka-
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, aro invariably ac-
companied by extensivo derange-
ments of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, oxorting a
powerful influence upon tbeso vari-
ous organs, is ossoutiaily necessary.
There is no cathartic for tho purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily romovo
tho dark-colorod viscid matter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at tho samo time
stimulating tho secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy func-
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify tho body against dis-
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vikkqar Bitters. No opidomio can
takn hold of a system thus loro-armod.
Dyspeps ia or Indigestion, Head-
ache, Pain in tho Shouldors, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chost, Dizziness, Sonr
Eructations of tho Stomach, Bud Tasto
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita-
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tho region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro tho offsprings of Dvspopsia. Ono bot-
tle will prove a better guaranteo of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrol'nla, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations; Mercurial affec-
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin,
Soro Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Yin-
koar Bitters havo shown thoir great cur-
ativo powers in tho most obstinate aud
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Illieumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit-
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseasos
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidnoys and Bladder,
theso Bitters have no oquul. Such Dis-
easos aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
engaged iu Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-sotters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advanco in life, aro sub-
ject to paralysis of tho Bowols. To guard
against this, take a doso of Walker's
Yi'neoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Ithenni, Blotches, Spots, Pim-
ploB, PnBtiiles, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-
worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyos, lirysipe-
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of tho
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, aro literally
dug up and carried out of tho systom in a
short time by tho uso of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and otlier Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thou-
sands, aro effectually dostroyed and re-
moved. No system of medicine, no ver-
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free tho
svstem from worms like thoso Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn of life, theseTon-
ic Bitters display so decided an influonco
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its impurities bursting
through the skin iu Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; clei.use it when you liiul it ob-
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the ."vstem wili follow.
11. II. M.nov \!.l) <v «-<>.,
Prtijrjrista & ticn. A trls*.. San Kruneisco. Califor.
Bin. cor. uf \Viisiiint:'H»n Mini ("Imrlton Sts.,N.Y
Sol<l br nil »>»•»• »«•'* Denlcra*
IRECT FROM EUROPE
Pentenrieder & Co.'s Successor,
Fine Walking Canes,
Genuine Meeischaum Cigar Holders.
ALSO RECEIVED :
4. fuil assortment of Satiu, Basket and
Seed Beads. Also Baso B»Ms
and B ise Ball Bats.
CKOQUET G iMES.
TO meet the requirements and demands
of tho many strangers now visitiug
our delightful rogiou with a viow to set-
tlement, the undersigned havo established
a REAL ESTATE and LAND AGENCY in
Boerne, the County seat of Kendall Coun
ty, under tho Jirni and stylo of O'Grady &
Stk.ndkuacu. Aud having already sold to
actual bona fido settlers many lots .and
surveys, and having still for Bale very
many more, consisting of town lots in
Boerno, improved and unimproved, as woll
as surveys from foity to throe thousand
acres iu Kendall and adjacent counties, we
flatter ourselves that with our experience
of twonty-fivo years in Western Texas,
its wants, and our thorough knowledge of
the quality and locality of tie most suit-
able selections, wo ci^i satisfy purchasers.
Auy desired references given. Business
placed iu our hands will receive prompt
Legal advice always at hand.
J. O. O'GRADY,
loedtf J. F. STENDEBACH.
As ide fioin their cxcellcnco there is econ-
omy in buying Dr. Price's Flavoring Ex-
tracts, as tho bottles hold one-half more
than others purporting to hold the name
quantity. They are the most natural tla-
vors made, aud iu strength, quality, nnd
quantity there are nono like them. With
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder aud
Dr. Prioo's Flavoring Extracts, we cau
have articles of our daily food made pala-
table, enjoyable, digestible, and healthful.
Tho cheap articles in this line aro odious
comparisons with Dr. Prices preparations,
which in quality aro fit for tho highest in
the laud, yet nt a price within the reach
of the poorest. Buy the powder only in
cans securely labelled not in balk, as many
have been deceived therebr.
Will keep constantly on hand a full as-
sortment of bindings tor Books in every
Oidors from outsido promptly attended
2ocdtf Sun Antonio, Texas, P. O
SAN ANTONIO, TEX.
Office with Green# Kinq over Gamble's Store
STRAYED.—A Stallion, nearly 5 years
old, 15 hands high, monso oolorod
white mane and tail, branded M G on tho
right hip. $10 reward in gold.
sepl6w4t M. Goi.1..
FOR RENT, FOR a COUPLE OF years,
a farm of ;I0 acres, 400 head of Stock,
with pens and pastures, including ten acres
lying on the san Antonio Springs,200 varus
fioittage on tho San Antonio River; 200
poach troes, and plenty of good fruit. a
splendid opportunity for a gardener. Will
bo sold at reasouablo terms, with or
without the stock. Never-failing water
For particulars apply to
sopllwlt San Antonio.
A. NEW DANCING PAVILION
THE PLEASURE RESORT of tho CITY.
This delightful retreat has boen greatly
improved by tho Propriotor, in tho way of
convonieuco for tho pleasure of the public.
A NEW DANCING PARLOR
has just been erected, which will be rent-
ed to associations for theatre, or concert,
and persons wishing to dance.
This garden cannot bo equalled in natu-
ral boauty, and tho best of refreshments
oan bo obtained loewtf
Frame, Ilooks, and all other required
boy only the uknuink
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
sknd for circci AIt.
FAIRBANKS <t- CO.,
311 Broadway, N. T.
FAIRBANKS 4- CO.,
S3 Camp St. Ntvt OrtoflM.
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Gillespie, C. C. San Antonio Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 220, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 16, 1875, newspaper, October 16, 1875; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth441531/m1/4/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.