San Antonio Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 175, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 7, 1874 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Express
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A. SIEIHERIXG k CO., Proprietors
Official Jonrnal of the United States
official jourxai. of 1ikxak countv.
A. SIEMERING A CO.. Publiihera.
SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1874.
War between China and Japan
is about to be averted, after all.
Prof. Tyndall is denounced as
a pagan in an address issued by Gar
dinal Uulleu aud the Catholic Bisli
ops of Ireland.
A fight is now progressing be-
tween the Carlists and Republicans
Col. John L. Haykes, we are
glad to see, is retained as Collector
of the Port at Brownsville.
Hon. Lemuel D. Evans, late
Judge ot the Supreme Court, has
been appointed U. S. Marshal in
place of Maj. Tom. P. Ochiltree, for
the Eastern District ot Texas. It
is an excellent appointment.
Two thousand Sacks of Cof-
fee from Brazil at Galveston en
route to St. Louis, as stated in otir
dispatches in to day's Express, is
significant. It iudiates that the
whole South Americau trade, which
formerly passed through the ports
of New Orleans and New York,
now promises to enrich our Texas
ports. Galveston will hereafter be
the entrepot, and St. Louis the do
pot, of this rich and increasing
trade. Railroad connections work
wonderful revolulions. In Texas,
the railroad revolution is in its inci
piency. In a few years more it will
astouish our people, and place the
trade, wealth, and population of
Texas ahead ot any State in the
The Indians. — Sufficient vigor
has not been shown by the govern-
ment in it eftorts to bring the Kick-
apoo tribe of Indians again under
the restraint of the United States
law. At present they may be looked
upon as a privileged band ot brig,
ands, who rob and plunder at their
good will.—Ar. V. Herald Oct 31.
We cannot conceive what basis
the Her«hl had for the above re-
mark. The three prominent Kicka-
poos now in San Antonio, ready to
accompany Commissioners Williams
and Atkinson to Mcxico, to induce
the remnant of this tribe there to
|oiu their brethren ou the reserva-
tion, report these latter as being
contented and doing well. The Com-
missioners are on the eve of leaving
to bring in the remnant above men-
tioned. What does the Herald com
plain of now 1
"Old John Street."—This is the
name of the first Methodist Church
ever erected in America. Its 108th
anniversary was celebrated last Sun-
day was a week ago. Bishop Janes,
Rev. Dr. Gervase Smith, Secretary
of the YVesleyan Conference, Eng.
land, aud several other distinguish-
ed clergytncu, took part in the ser-
vices. The New York Republic
This church is oue ®f the venera-
ble landmarks of the city. When al
most all else in the neighborhood
has changed, it has resolutely held
its ground for upward of a century.
It is the oldest Methodist Ohurch
in America, having been founded in
176G. By special act of the Legis
lature, it can neither be sold nor
mortgaged without concurrence of
the Supreme Court and the General
Conference of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, to which body it be
The congregation of the church
are wonderfully attached to it.
They no longer reside in the vicin-
ity as of old, but this does not pre-
vent them coming, at least onco a
week, to worship in the old place.
Many ot the members are aged, and
proud of their life long connection
with the church. Mrs. C. R. Disos-
way, a venerable citizen, has been a
member for forty years. Mr. Mor-
ris, another living member, was
born in 1784, was married in the
church in 1800, and had all her
children baptized in it. Another
sister, Mrs. Marston, is in her nine
Among the interesting materia',
belongings of the church are the
preacher's desk and the Bible which
lies upon it, and has been used in
the services from the beginning.
The desk is of mahogony, aud was
made and set up by the tounder ot
the Church and first Methodist
preacher in America, Philip Embu-
ry, an Irishman, who imigrated to
this country in 1760. He was a car-
penter before he became a preacher.
The Bible is what is known as the
"Breeches" Bjble, so called from its
translating by the term "breeches"
that word in the second chapter of
Genesis which in modern Bibles is
rendered "apron." It was printed
in 1611, at Londou, by Robert Bar-
ker, "Printer to the King's Most Ex-
cellent Majesty.'' A clock iu the ba
sement ot the church may also be
mentioned as a curiosity. It is
over 100 years old, and was present-
ed to the church at its opening.
limply to Hit* State Unxntte.
The Austin Stale Gazette lias the
following, which calls lor attention:
In an interview with Capt. Wallace, lie
denies the statement made in the San An
tonio Express and Herald, by Col Portia,
that Toofllo Vearreal, a Mexican herder,
was murdered by Harrison, oneot the men
of his company. Harrison was never a
member of Capt. Wallace's company. The
charge too that Lieut. O B Dal ton murder-
ed the same man was equally false. When
a demand was made lor the arrest ol Dal-
ton, Capt. Wallace immediately surrender-
ed him. lie was examiued before John
lierney Esq., Justice of the Peace of Wil-
son county, who d'scbarged lriu immedi-
ately, no satisfactory evidence being pro-
duced against him and no grounds of con:-
plaint being found. Tho#docuiuents sub
stantiatiiig the innocence of Lieut Dalton,
were produced before us by Capt. Wallace,
aud it is evident that his company has
been misrepresented and maligned by Col.
Portia. Will the Herald and Eipr'm make
tliis correction and do justice to a body of
men, who have done noble service during
the past six months, who have restored
comparative quiet to a lawless community
in West Texas, have arrested criminals
aud have largely stopped tlio wholesale
beet slaughtering aud liidu stealing that
have so long impoverished the stock rais-
Neither the Herald, nor the Ex-
press, nor Col. Portis have "malign-
ed'' anybody. Without replying iu
detail to the specious special plead-
ing of Capt. Wallace aud the State
Gazette, wo have simply to say :
1. That good citizens, gentlemen
and ladies, of Western Texas dep-
recated the organization of this
company from the first. Under the
excitement of the Corpus Christi
murders, such a company, compos-
ed of such men, hating all Mexi-
cans, and regarding their lives no
more than those of wild beasts, was
expected to do nothing but harm.
Even the Oakville Tribune, connect-
ed as it has been with a self consti-
tuted vigilance organization, which
demanded written passes from free
American citizens, warned this com-
pany against apprehended violence
at the very outset, and doubtless
had cause to do so.
2. That the history of Capt. Wal-
lace's company in the West is "evil,
only evil, and that continually."
We should be glad to report other-
wise, but this is the common testi-
mony of disinterested citizens of the
West. Outrages and murders have
been perpetrated upon uuoflending
Mexican citizens, aud these crimes
are generally attributed to tliis com-
pany, and its citizen compadre«.
3. Mr. Delgado, employed by Mr.
Pressnnl, in McMullen county, to
to hunt cattle, was assailed by Har-
rison and another man, both claim-
ing connection with this company,
and murdered without the least
provocation, and bis two little broth-
ers shot at with a repeating rifle as
Delgado was an excellent young
man. He had a written authority
from his employer,^ which he show-
ed when illegally demanded by
these ruffians. He and his little
brothers were ordered to lay down
their arms, and then ordered to run,
—of course that they might beshot.
The boys ran, but Delgado fought
for his lite.
4. We are told that it is utterly
useless to prosecute anybody for
such outrages against Mexicans in
Live Oak county. It is said that
the vigilance organization protects
all its members in the courts. Har-
rison and Pierce, who, it is said,
murdered Delgado, aro to bo tried
in Wilson county.
All the above wo learn from com-
mon report, and have heard no con-
tradiction, except from the State
Gazette. We should be glad to be
able to report otherwise, but we
The Gknerai. Conureus of the
Roman Catholic Church, which is
soontoheld in London, as stated iu
our dispatches of yesterday, for the
re-assertion and defense of the late
Council of the Vatican, is the most
important movement of that Church
in modern times, and will attract
universal attention. Mr. Desralli.
Victor Hugo, Father Hyaeinthe,
and Prince Bismarck, the leading
minds oft he time, recoguizc the fact
and the importance of the approach-
ing contest. Let us hope that it
will be wholly intellectual.
President Grant has sent a con.
gratulatory note to the Empciorof
Russia in response to a letter auounc-
ing the marriage of the Grand
Duku Vladimir and the Duchess of
Mecklenburg Sell weriu.
Stop tbatcougb by using Clavin's Wild
Chbuky and Squill. For sale by J. CLA-
VIN Mid A.DREI88.
DeuiorrntN Uning (He Wirrn.
New JiiKiiiA, Nov. 0 —A dispatch says
that when the Commissioner of Huberts-
ville's poll camo to baud in their box, the
Supervisor could not be fouud. When
tendered hiin next morning, lie replied
that according to law it was too late and
refused to receive it. On Wednesday the
Supervisor started for Now Orleans, leav-
ing the Hubertsville box behind. Without
this box the Republicans elect the eutiic
Vote Couuliutf iu Phitnilelphiii.
Philadelphia, Nov. C.—The counting of
the election returns of the city wards by
th-3 Judge" ot Common Pleas, will probab-
ly occupy^ ten days. Only ouo ward lias
been completed so far.
CnbuttM Voir Willi Ilt publ icons.
Augusta, Nov. 0.— News from Key Wesl
says the Cubans voted for I lie Republican
laadidate, thus defeating Henderson
Walls, negro, has been elected over Fiuleyt
Dein. The Douiocrnts have 20 majority
ill tlio Legislature.
Fire in ('oIhihIiun, ky.
Nashville, Nov. 0.—The conductor on
the Mobile aud Ohio Railroad brings the
news to Union City that Columbus, Ky„
was on fire iil two places last night. The
Western Union Telegraph Company's of-
fice was burned and all the wires were-
dawn. He could furnish no particulars.
Election iu IVrvmln.
San I-'iiakcisco, Nov. 6.—Returns from
Nevada aro still incomplete. Adams, DemJ
for Lieutenant-Governor, is elected. Wood-
burn, Rep. for Congress is eleeled, The
Republican majority in the Legislature on
joint ballot wilt be from 15 to 'JO. The
Republicans claim the entire State ticket,
with the exception of Bradley, Dem. for
Governor, and Williams, Dem. for Lieut.
Governor. No estimato has been made of
the general majority.
Montgomery, Nov. 7—The 8tale is He
mocriitic by not less than twelve thousand
majority. The result in tlio 1st Congres-
sional district is doubtful. If Harralson,
colored Rep, is scratched to any consider
able extent, he is beaten by Bromlierg.
In the 8d district Williams, Dent, has one
thousand over Rapier, colored Rep. In
the 3d district Bradford, Dem, beats liotts
about live thousand. In the 4th district
Hayes, Rep, has six thousand majority.
The result in the 5th and 6th districts was
between Democrats. Iu the former Cald-
well beats Sheffield by about seven thous-
Tho Democratic majority on joint ballot
in the Legislature is 21).
Real estato is held 25 per cent higher
thau before tho election.
A negro named Diggs was jailed to day
by tho U. S. Marshal on a charge of shoot-
ing aud killing a young son of Judge Kicls
of Barbour county on election day, and
destroying the ballot box at Spring Hill,
in Barbour county.
Havana, Nov fi.—It is officially announc-
ed that on Nov. 1st the Government will
publicly burn about 12,500 bank hills ro
presenting the sum of $505,000, being the
proceeds of the the ten per cent income
tax. Tliore will be another burning next
Democratic Rejoicing in l.onisinun.
New Orleans, Nov 7.—Active prepara
tions ure being made for a grand torch
light procession and illumination to mor-
row night of Democratic victories through-
out the Union. The Committeoof 70have
adopted the following. •
Resolved, That this Committee invite
tho people of Louisiana to meet at their
respective places of worship on Thursday
19th of Novomher to return thanks to Al-
mighty God for their deliverance from po-
Coffee froin RrnziI nt CalrcaMn for
Galveston, Nor 7.—A special train of
15 cars with 1999 sacks of cotl'ee received
from Brazil leaves hero this morning for
St. Louis direct.
Galveston, Nov. 7.—Cotton, good ordi-
nary 12j, low middling 13-j, middling 14J;
sales 2000, receipts 357C, stock 48,0d8.
Fruiter, (.itihiid, And Mpnin.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 7.—A special
from Vienna to tho Independence liehje says
that tho Dnko DcCascs has notified Aus-
tria that tho French Government is con-
vinced that Germany did not inspiro the
recent Spanish note, and that the Gorman
Cabinet, on the contrary, approves of the
recent policy of France with regard to the
enforcement of neutrality on the Spanish
Delegate. from A Inner nml l.orrninr.
Berlin, Nov. 7 —Delegates Schonenberg,
Winterer, and Querber, from Alsace and
Lorraine, took their seats in the Reichstag
Italy and I lie Pope.
Paris, Nor. 7.—L'Unites anys it is re-
ported that Italy is about to issue a mem-
orandum to tho European Powers, calling
attention to the dangers to Italy from the
iiitrigues of the Vatican, declaring that
the Government can uo longer tolerate a
conspiracy in its own capital, and urging
the Powers to discontinuo the custom of
maintaining embassadors at tho Holy See.
Thr Carlial War.
IIkndanuk, Nov. 7.—Tho Carlists report
that they have repelled two sorties from
Irnn, nnd aro taking measures to intercept
the forces coming to relief the town.
Tin- ■■•pe FnisU.
London, Nov 7—A special to the Daily
Xetrs Irom Rome says the Pope had intend-
ed to receive a deputation yesterday a. m.,
but fainted on entering the hall.
The physicians pronounce his indisposition
Nkw York, Nov 7—Titden's majority is
Liverpool, Nov 7—Noou—Sales of cot-
ton 10,(>00, including 1,000 for s|iecnlation
and exports, I'plands 7£®7J, Orleans sj
Sales to day 5,500, American cotton.
Washington, Nov 7 — The Democratic
majority iu the Ilons« is now 77, with 17
still to be chosen. This States to elect in-
volve no Senators. The Radical majority
in the Senate is pulled down to eight, pos-
sibly to six.
Nkw Yokk, Nov 7—Gold 10}; Exchange
long 485i. abort 489. Cotton, sale* 1114;
Uplands 14|, Orleans 15.
M. Guizot has left a will, in whioh he
makes profession of tlio Christian faith.
M. Schotinans, a prominent corn merch-
ant iu the north of France, lias failed. Lia
bilities, £250 00.
Tho famous Univsrsity of Jena is finan-
cially embarrassed, and it is feared it will
bo ncceeeary to close its doors and dismiss
The proposal to subject hardened crimi-
nals to tlio lush is biing agitated in Liver-
pool aud other districts where there is a
large criminal population.
Mine. Jenny Lind Goldschmidt and her
husband will permanently reside iu Wies-
b'ulen, having accepted the posts of lead-
ing Professors at tho Rhenish Academy ot
A Paris letter gives a thrilling account
of tho double execution by the guillotine
of Moreau and Boudas, a murderer and a
wife poisoner. Both displayed extraordi-
nary nerve, and protested their innocence.
The United Presbyterian Synod, at Man-
chester, has had under discussion tlio
question of union with the English Pres
byterian Chnrcli, and by a vote of 68 to
21 resolved to proceed with the ellbrts to
secure union between the two churches at
the next General Synod in 1875.
On October 4th, the day of Count Von
Aruim's arrest, an Ultramontane paper
contained a statement that "the Vatican
had not yet, abandoned nil hopes of super-
seding Bimnarck by Von Arniiu. The Pon-
tifical Diplomacy is iu possession of papers
much more dangerous to Bismarck than
those published by La Marmora."
Among the English uotablos who are re
ported as having joined tho Roman Catho-
lic Church is Lady Victor, sister of tho
late Marquis ol Hastings.
The young Duke of Norfolk, first on the
roll of the peerage of Great Britain, is
about to become a priost of tho Oratory of
St. Philip Neri. He i.i twenty-seven years
A sister of Thomas Jefferson is buried at
Rocky Ilill, two milen back of Birdsville,
in Livingston county, Kentucky, and the
people ot that section aro going to build
her a monument.
It is staled on good authority that Mr
Sims Reeves, tho English tenor, who has
just signed contracts to come to America
next season for a series of concerts, is to
receive $115,000 lot 100 nights, or $1,150
per night. ^
■ ' id in lIouMon.
The Telegraph says Texas syrup and
sugar enough to supply the whole Stat-o
will bo on hand soon.
Two liue Cashmere goats liavo parsed
through rroni Atlanta, Ga., for Luling.
Tho Telegraph reports a rape Whon
will these iufauious outrages cease !
Work ou the Ship Channel is progrots-
The railroad bridgo acrosj tho bayou
owned by tho Galveston railroad, is le
ported dangorous. It always was.
Tho Statesman says tho Mayor has called
a meeting tiext Mouday to consider the
water supply quostiop. Better borrow one
of San Antonio') streams.
tho Democrats have iircd 47 guns. What
is meant by 47 t
The Advance says: Cotton is now being
bought in this market for Boston firms by
Boston buyers. They ship it hence to
Donison; liavo it compressed there and
shippod by rail to Boston. The cotton
cost for freight is 21 cents. Probably wbftn
all the cot ton is carried from this section
to the North by rail, Galveston and Hous-
ton will luako some effort to turn the trado
back. In tlio mcautimo if tho M. K. & T.
should tap this country, St. Louis could
oount up many a halo. To Boston $11.25,
to Gal veston $5.25.
Tho Commercial says that Maj. Jones, of
tho Frontier Battalion, has returned from
a scout of 15 days. He proceeded from
Jacksboro np Red River to Pease rivor; up
Peaso river to Cedar mountains; thouco
south across tho big Wichita to the Brazos
thenco down tho Bra/.os to the round tim-
bers and head of tho little Wichita and;
back to Jacksboro. No Indians wore found
aud Major Jones is of tho opinion that
thcro are no hostile Indians on that part
of our frontier
Father Giessen is preaching in Dallas.
Use (latin's Wild Cherry and Squills for
all diseases of the throat and luugs. For
sale by J. CLAVIN and A. DREISS.
One lino black Stallion. Enquire at tho
stable of Scnui.T/. & Jknull, Alamo
iiEontiE A. rmxoE & cu,
Oreais & lelodins.
The Oldest, Largest, anil Most Perfect
Manufactory in the United States.
Now in use.
No otlior Musical Instrument ever obtained
the same Popularity.
rp'Send for Price Lists.
Address IH'FIM LO, N. Y.
Baths ! B
TURCO RUSSIAN, VAPOR,MED-
ICATED, SULPHUR, WARM and
9 fOflHERfE ST., SIS ASTASIA, TEXAS
Hair Dressing: Saloon.
One Vapor Bath will cure a bad
Tliey euro Rheumatism, Gout, aud
Houbs of Batbino — From 7
o'clock a. m. to 9 r. X. lC lldtt
JOHN R. SHOOK. THOMAS O'llJlVlN.
SHOOK & O'BIIYAN,
iVo. 9 Commerce Street, No. 9.
San Antonio, Texas,
V. I). LOCK VOXXo. 179
Will Practice in the Dislricl nnd Hn-
KNOW all ineu by these presents, that
I this day sold Henry Waging oue
soirel mare, and branded thus: "F O" on
the shoiildur, and branded thus on tho
neck, "11." Three white feet and blazed
face, and warrant and defend for anybody
claims the same and I guarantee the title,
J M x Brown,
Witness, Geo. Schraoder.
I lost the above horse, and whoever will
bring him back to me receives tlio above
reward. IIEIN1UCH WAGNER,
nt Lewis' Mills, San Antonio
Fare Reduced and
r|AHE regular Stage Lines lroin
1 San Antonio to LULING AND
AUSTIN are new running regular
daily trips each way between
the above points, making close con-
nection on both routes.
FARE TO LULING ?(! 00
" " AUSTIN JW.OO.
NO MUD WAGONS USED.
First class coaches are now run
ou both roads, ensuring comfort and
Officw on Alamo Plnza, opposite
the Menger Hotel.
San Antonio, Oct, 29, 1S74.
A. A. MUNCEY,
TO GALVESTON OR HOUSTON
In 24 Hours!
QUICKEST, SUREST AND CHEAP-
EST ROUTE TO THE COAST
AND THE NORTH.
Leaves San Antonio daily at C
A. M. for Luting, making sure
connection with the Galves-
ton, Hiinisbtirg& S. A.
K It. the same day.
FAKE ONLY $5 CUliKENCY.
FAKE from San Antonio to Hous
FAKE from San Antonio to Gal-
received at moderate rates for Luling and
Austiu aud all intermediate poiuts.
Office opposite the Post Office.
22 10 74-dly 11. STEPHENSON, Ag't
Latest Map of Texas.
In Sheets $0.75
In Pocketbook form 1.00
Mounted on liollers 2,00
For sale by
NOW IS TUB BEST TIME
if 1 OK ALE
lo get ready nnd prepare
For the Fifth Grand Annual Fair;
Our goods are ail bran new aud fresh,
And wo soil lower thau all for cash.
To do all justice is our pride.
And all shall well be satified.
Our goods aro all so very cheap,
It will not hurt you to buy a heap.
As uew beginners wo deal most fair,
And give our patrons an equal share.
Our prices, believe us, are very low ;
Wo therefore hope you will give us a show
Our assortment is full and very great,
So come at once, and do not wait.
0|> osite tlic Old Court House,
SEX7 TO KAhTEYElVSDRVG STOKE.
rr^HERE you w ill Hud the most complete
I and best assorted stock of
Crockery, Glass & Hardware,
Potware, Cutlery, and Tableware, Wood,
Tin, and Willow ware,
and many articles too numerous to men-
tion in short, anything from a needle to
DSY AND GREEN FRUITS
of nil kinds constantly on hand, nnd roll
stnutly receiving fresh Groceries, all guar-
anteed to give satisfaction to everybedy,
especially strangers and country pcop'e. f
They will liud, attached to our estab-
lishmcnt, a large aud commodious
with alltlie accomodations desired, which
they aro welcome to nse at any time free
Wc also accomodate all our City Cus-
tomers by delivering all their purchases at
their own homes, FKKK OK CHAROK, as
we are well prepared for the purpose.
Thankful for past favors and patronage,
we solicit and hope for a continuance of
the same from all our old friends, and the
people geuerally. Call and examine onr
stock. We shall stiive to girj ull satis-
faction to all, both iu nnalitiea and price*.
StM Aktoxio, Oct. 26th, 1874.
M 10744* w3m L. MOKE * BRO.
MANDELBAUM It FRANK,
«9 COMMERCE STREET «»
French, German and domestic
CALF AND KIP SKINS,
Wax Upper Leather, Moroccos, Linings,
Toppings, Oak and Hemlock Solo
l.iuther, Shoe Fiudings,
Saddler Tools aud
Enameled Carriage Top Leather,
Saddlery Hardware, Terra Japoni-
ca, Divi Divi, Sumac, Tan-
nor Oils, Tanner
They keep ou hand a full stock of
Boots and Shoes made to order
BNearly opposite Hugo & Schmcltzcr,
Has now on liaud and is constantly
PURE DRUGS, AND ME-
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
And in fact every thing iu the Drug Line.
Physicians and Country Merchants are
requested to call and examine his Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Exti-u flue Trusses. Suspen-
sory Blindages, Ac., &c.
Physician's Prescriptions careful
ly compounded. 10-18 3md
F. GROOS & CO.
Dealers in domestic and foreign exchange,
coiu, bullion &c..
Collections made at all accessible poiuts.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,
OCTOBER I!), 1874.
William M. Edoar. IIfxry E. McCuLLoeii.
ilkn. E. McCL'LLOCH.
EDGAR & McCULLOCH,
AT LULING, G. H. & S. A. R. A
Will make liberal cash advances on
Cotton, Wool and Hides, when consigned
to us for sale here, or to be shipped to
other points, and when cotton is to be
shipped through us aud plaoed under our
eutiro control, no charge will he made for
We are in correspondence with the deal-
ers in the best Cottou Gins aud Presses,
Horse Toners, Steam Engines, Wagons,
Carriages, Buggies, Safes, Mowers and
Reapers, Sewing Machiues aud Farming
Implements, and will till all cash orders
for any of these articles. Also, Lumber,
Sash, Doors, Blinds aud Shingles, and will
atteud to the purchase of all articles of
merchandise, either hero or at Galveston,
and guarantee satisfaction.
Onr correspondents may rely upon our
giving prompt attention to all busiuess
entrusted to us.
Bagging and Ties furnished our custo-
mers al cost. 17-10 d3in
Genuine Swiss Cheese.
New Holland Herrings,
do. Mackarels in Kits.
. do. Dreakfeast liacon.
Western Factory Cheese.
HUGO & SCHMELTZEK.
(Successor to Julius Berrn-ds.)
BOOKS, ST ATION KB Y,
FANCY GOODS, MOULDINGS, GLASS,
00 Commerce Street, San Antouio, Texas,
will keep constantly on hand a full assort-
ment of Books in English aud German.
Scboolbooks, Novels. Miscelleneons and
Poetical Works, Newspapers iu English
and German, tor sale and oil subscription.
A good assortment of Blankbooks and Sta-
tionery of every description, as well as
Toys and Toybooks. Books, Newspapers,
Music not oil hand ordered at shortest
is laying the highest price for
is paying the highest price for
is paying the highest price tor
is paying the highest price for
50 Cases 50
BERLIN TIVOLI BEEB!
SWISS AND LIMBURG
WAGNER & RUMMEL.
House to Rent.
A comfortable and tine looking building
situated between Menger and Steves
lots, is to be rented irom after the first or
fifth of October, at a liberal price. Apply
to Mr Mathiag Becker or at Messrs. C.
Degen and Steves, or at this office.
DR. C. A. BOHANNAN,
Notice is hereby given, that the firm of
Klockeukemper & Wolfinger by inntual
consent was dissolved on the 8th of Oc !
All debts due by the firm will be paid
by Ph. Wolfinger, and all accounts due the
firm will he collected by him.
The undersigned respectfully begs leave
to infoim his friends and the public iu
general, that be will continue tbe business
in jewelry and watchmaking, heretofore
existing uuder the firm name of Klockeu-
kemper A, Wolfiuger. The locality will
be ou the old stand, on Commerce street.
He respectfully solicits the continnance of
tbe patronage and confidence of thepnblie,
wbieh he hopes to deserve by strictness,
promptness and energy in accommodating
»10-lwd PH. WOLFINOSSr
CURES all Private Diseases without the use ol
Mureury. Charges reasonable frvs. Office,
No. OlO North Fifth Street, between Washington
avenue and Grecu, St. Louis, Mo. Established lu
St. Louis lu 1337.
'Treatise on Special Diseases,"
which Ailly explains the nature, causes. svuit>t«»uis,
etc., of " Spermatorrhea.*' or "Seminal Weak-
iaxnan n '* vkgetabls ct*ativl"
irures^Pl forms of " Spermatorrhea *'
Weakness '' In ft "
liicli A»Uy ex pij
c., of " Spera ■■
Syph'lls* *u«t valuable inforniarion on other
delicate subjects, sent FKEK, iu plalu sealed en-
49*Dr. Bon aw a
or "Seminal Weakness *' In ftoiu two to seven
weeks time. It restores Lost Tower and brine*
back the youthful vljror or those who have dettrov-
ed It by sexual excesses or ttvli practices. Tills
remedy nas been used by Dr. Itoliannan In Ills pri-
vate practice for over thirtr years, and has never
failed iu curing even in the Worst cases. Price Five
Dollars. Sent to address frte from observation).
t^Drn. Boiiaxxax*8 "VegetableSyphilis Core'*
Is warranted to permanently cure "SYPHILIS**
In all Its stages, and cradlrate the last vesti^e of
Syphilitic poison from the system. Those havlnr
the disease lurklnfr In their blood, concealed from
observation, in Its eoustitatloual form, thereby
Jeopardizing the health ami happiness of another,
as well as that oT their offspring, should Immedi-
ately use this tnedteliie. and be CURED FOR LIFE.
Price five Dollars. Sent to any address.
Persons remitting money by mall for Mr«*
riors, will send by ' * Posuffice Onitr " or
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