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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - October 29, 1876, San Antonio, Texas by the puK 1 - - R N I N G P A P E thb 0(1l0ii.vd0. of ami the at S 10. SUNDAY OCTOBER 29. 187. 258 60 lowl and Uto on ' with 0 Prent D I M f A TC ir to Ilio to nil Jii Art tho nnd to work na nnd Ito when of San Antonio tho fur ut ilio Hook Stores and W VV list on A oC 3ni CI St now a full in purt Presa Goods of all A very lino of Geuts Clothing nnd too numerous to Tlie are ut bottom and wo will oSer them nt like low 13^ na a uow kind Bed Sour and Teas of every Lard in cans or lory and also Glassware and and a full stock of every that can bo usually kept in a first class store Tobacco and Boots and no end to lie invites the public to examine his wbich to give Military o K S A L E for in itt City are determined to soil within the next days the one-third balance ill one nud two and Kan mile truin Mum all road anil Sim Pedro acres between Upper Li bor Ditoh and San Antonio one and one-half Irom Main all the Abat on tlie Upper Labor all near half way bonae to San 30x40 on North and Sixth ou Sixth near 20x7.5 two biotica of thn and lot on Sixth between Avenue E hoaso 5 house and lot ou Soledad oppo aite Dr. and lot od Lavaca near and 3 sore on or Presa irrigable aod lu lot wUb frame between Huston street and P. tt Sao Antonio Jnni 16 04 110._ of tbe trom that tbe severest ever swept over Grand from tbe 17ib to tbe 81st. Quo hundred aud seventy houses and a large of fruit trees were destroyed A portion of the island was and many cattle swept The inhabitants are in a destitute having lost all their All that be the Chilian were given reports that tiie board burk Irom Porlo Rico to New with lifty sacks wrecked during the on wrecked and the entirely Thu bodies of two of the wore oue alongside and one on the The learned from the that papers had been of by the but to the of rest of the Out tlin free for nil won deciding l' rilK CKN I Oct 2-'A from and by M ot at to u friend in in wij a have been to me from my deputy which are of the moat grievous The set tire to containing the discs ot hoping to destroy the French merchandise and articles tor I in thn The second attempt of the kind has been made within the last Worse than all the police by the Board are purposely from the and most The are thieves without they steal openly and all There an between these knaves nnd tbe The judges call up the for a hearing when are at boura unknown to and as n general result no witnesses of the being they are Even worse than tf such a thing be the thieves count on the judees to give them signal when the discreet moment has ar to begin tbe says the article con with an attack upon the virtue and of SUIT A agent baa brought anit tbe United Lite were from twenty Oot 38A. to tba from Little Book Baya while riding their in Pope were ahot by Hall and from the the were One in two the are dangerously if not fatally Out 38I'he for tlie and steady S K to 8 AT winds and or partly cloudy weather will with probably 1H8PAT0HB8. 88A dispatch aays bas withdrawn from to the Grandy surrender of Medun to tba Montenegrins has produced a vigorous impression on all the who have liberated the Albanian taken during the London Post says if the armistice can bo agreed comes the question of a cun leren to may bo that to the of a power on its own if the SIX powers to to be to tbe there is something in giving tbe latter thu casting vote in impossible for a moment to cousent to tbe exclusion of Turkey from the The which by virtue of the treaty of she forms a it to be practicable to find n method by which of the Porto may in as to obviate this before a the question of its basis and which occasion dangerous should by unanimous consent be rod need to tbe simplest which may bo stated thus of tho is the maintenance of the independence of the Ottoman and the is the of the condition of the Christian of the This could not alarm in her This object is one which alone to have in We are without for the hope that tbe peaceful hero will be happily Pall Mall in a strong takes a peaceful view of tbe from states that the trials of tbe Armstrong of Berlin Zephyrs Reynoir will attend to all with prompt care and at reasonable writer in tbe National aln to in that remarkable of Qod In la Our Saviour Is not even And this ia not the worat of it. The hero out to be a does not die looking to Uim whom bis fathers not find his mission in bringing his people to receive the Messiah whose blood has brought on them tbe Ao George Eliot should have consulted the B writer before composing her If every chapter could have closed with to and If all tbe Jews of book turned out to be the Christian and the how joined would tbe have felt of in Yet Georue Eliot did nut follow tho plan that her liberal would have upon and what the T A novel that baa evoked an and and has called attention to the beauties of than have been done by a thousand and preachers like Us it the on tbo occasion of the of a baby whose father was more than 70 years of nnd who had married a snid a Indy and not a tooth in Its L C. Ea San at Lowest Bates on Stocks of Merchandise Build ioga and m tho following Good and Reliable Companies of Liverpool 00 Franklin 00 mobile 1,001,0.50 Fire Ins. V. 00 Home 4'oliiisit>ii, N V will write Open Marino in the wi ll Mutual Marino of Capital ami attention given to over window in worsted the inspiring Lord will A boy who passes daily says it and git 110 in there ou Nickels Is the only gits them guru STR ANC have withdrawn from the San Antonio and am now prepared to policies of at r I invito un of iny companies and knowing full and entire r on Soledad opposite the blocks 1!) and 17, near between Olive and Railroad four east ot Austin tie between tbn west and of Ilio Reserve and the and elevated ground some of the to the City a short of iu 7. Tifi lib In 1,1) per cent. than onn mile frinii the are being oold unii of same can bo Hern lit our nt No 1:1 St. ir. K W. ANTONIO in tbe Supreme Court of Kings before Judge alleging in his complaint ot great and chiefly against John Dewitt and James They are charged with conspiring to transfer the reserve funds of the company to other companies for their own Judge Gilbert granted a temporary an of exam for and for trial by anti heard the report of tho Committee on conference with the Republicans who would not co with tbe unless they threw Green and Bryan off tho Tho re port was received with and ( was adopted deciding to hold no more conference with UO N D I S 1' C 11 E Oct 28- the says it only remains for all to concur in recommending six armistice with prolongations proposed by the All correspondents concur in thu chanco the Russian but motive ia variously o N IO n r D 1.SPA rc 11 es N Oct 38The mills Losa Oue hundred are out of Oot who killed Jus bog been to raTOrt bf tha rald loto troni St baa bean 98Tbe Orange Fair to It was a in The largest display of Held and gardeii evar in tbe State waa One 3IC gardau and fluid tho tu hotly Mr. Tba tea waa won by Sa 4ba Tha for tba of tba waa mPW W ot 10 oot of 90 was eminently ball with 341 pounds of powder attained iij velocity of 1.'>00 feet per 1 led is tini 11 in witu 8idea"7f be ho bis and hia beggarly woman ' Princess of Wales la long aud wears tiie Ir cairn tbat in the of and to bo able to bear poverty is a but not to know how to it away by work is a more is ever stealing front the to the Tbe manna of liberty must he gathered or it is greater a man is iu power above the moro im to excel them in None lo who is not man is poor who does not think so. Bui ir in full fortune with POLAR Oot 28 Capt report to the admiralty contains tho additional The Polar Sea waa never the average of tha ice being 80 Animal life and northerly migration traces on the wast shore in latitude whence they cross to Tho to reach tho Polar la 01.' Oot 38At iho extraordinary council of held Thursday to consider the armistice tba and Italian Geu had an interview with the Porta k. AT and LOAN 01-' 0\ HY OF OR 0|>|M>siti! will attend toall business to niy in tho nnd of aud in tlie Appellato and Federai at and will by Associato in tlie various and Court of U. claims growing out of ha late and previous tu ali ta EAST AND rea now In onn and miles west of 11 miles ot 8n QUICKEST 4 dally traina from mat uiK reliable at with traina ot the O. n. a U. for and at Mown steamers dally far New and alt Points In the Northern and Bastera Through or any rates of or apply at Freight a Ticket near tba Meneer O. n 0. just received and BInek Best 80 merinos nnd Wool nl JO cis per 9 Canal MEW EOS a I L L I H E Zephyrs a large assortment of tbe latest of French New not fail to at cheapest Millinery Store in the Great Variety give a few from 1870 to 1875, of the vote In New to abow how tba in that State are The la Republican and tbe city and it la in fact a vote of one against tbe 1870 tha country gave a majority of 10,181, aud the a majority of 33,006. Tba total vote waa 7CU,334. 1871 tbo Republican majority in the waa 4G,37G; in tha city tbe 39,189. majority 17,087. Total vote 75.'>,43l. 1873 bad in the country 77,U7U majority the carried the city by 31 Republican majority Tho total vote was 1873 the Republicans got the country by u majority ot 14,110, and the the city by 3:i,!i9-2 and the State by 10,873. The total vote was this year only 07G 000. 1874 Tilden waa elected governor and tho Prohibitionists ran a The carried both county and thu former by 7,789, the latter by 43,ri38 ho State by 50,317. The total vote was 794 The Prohibition vote was 1875 tho had by 14,850 tlie the city by ay them by 14,810-on a total vote of 777,003. the Prohibition vote was 11,103. were 02,448 voters away from tha when they did vote gave the tho State by 55,451. There il UO Prohibition vote this Now take tho 14,810 Democratic vote laat take it from tba and than add tba Prohibition vote to that and wo bava 69,306 Republican where In our will ba tba of that Mme. Roaa No. 9, Taw to which we tbe attention ot onr Mme. the ami aa aha baa aud a lung her ara not only but Mft White in New aba larga tteok of Md hM C. and Retail dealer and Wines Main Plaza and 8t 28 D. BONNET A and oHt tj Military SAN 30 ELEGANT GOODS ELEGANT GOODS ELEGANT GOODS ELEGANT GOODS ELEGANT GOODS GOODS ELliGANT GOODS ELEGANT ELEGANT GOODS 15 All Kinds at THE LOWEST Je oiler our of a York AVere od be FEST Salla tba only Star will not or take in a OIL 8TAK i OIL i I i wd fn laU A. FELT THE TO THIS AT THE LATE EXTENSIVE AUCTION SALES AT LESS THAN THE COST OP THE HAW well selected stock of and of Moke No T A K E on door west of Engino opposite Bradan's prepared at all times to an and Gases aiA department of tbe Undertaking attended to on careful and at moderate A 8 anticipation of moving into oar new Storo by tbe aod not wishing to auy uf our wo respectfully invite the trade to examine our Stook and before HALFF AND on amy pakt Of on all in Warranta may IS d A. w indebted tu to tba lata of Moke St. Bro. will call and with who U tha only one to and aava farther trouble and of Moke A. 35 Burna baa removed bla atora from Sam lo ot Avenna D and 4th ba wOl ba Ciad to aaa bla old and tbe
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