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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 4 January 1855

"&#■*. K -'1 :• *- ' ', B ** - - --T :s: i:?i^ausrw% j. . sMiTi PBaPEiExoRs: (WEE TERMS: TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADYAHM- flrofessional Carbs., ?r ?tSDAY, JANUARY 4,1855, '&UMB, ATTORNEYS AND Spo Antonio, Tbxu, will pr fSF*S? aBaT' iMta*, Gillespie, (w Gtil- >(^Uveftud Go a pi lei counties, ud la tbe Fed Supreme Courts mt Austin. j.j- TL h EDW-iRDS> ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT «M* tAw, nd General Lsud Agent, &u Anto j , T~.- Crtfeid1**? OOON8HOR practice in the Courts jrenc VMtorn Texxj^ sad attend fromptfy to ca -to his care from • distance. County, ut entrust- «t-Ir Rl^; ! KDJAHHfiW.—HAVING LOCATED IN HE- tens, Karoes Cqunty, tenders his professiaMl ser- J*®s to the citizens of tM surroundinr eountrr, ui W l>arstrirt tt^, to his potoSnftl dmtW. to fflxMit * liberal shore of patronage. *5 Office at Raid's Hotel. 4u4y 'TARS. R. L. AND G. M. MORGAN, HAVING PERMA- ttoia m 'x* 3£%t- 'iWttfiawsrsrcSBSSS; EG. HtfST^f * S. M. SMITH. FvvlljHERg AND PROPRIET«(l. Aiier in...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 4 January 1855

w 191 SAN ANTONIO THAN 8AS MITOKIO. Thursday, -' - - January ! 1855. OFFICE—JN THE OLD VEBIMEND! HoUljg On Solidad Street. 4 .. .. 1856. ' I = ' TOR PRESIDENT, • STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, OF ILLINOIS. ■ i T FOR YfCE-PRESIDENT, TSOaXAS ?. WTTigTT; OF TEXAS. Sulueet to the -decision of ' National Democratic v Convention. 1 S. Shexhan, whose another column. advertisement will be fouuu in «.- -"V1. ft? OBR NEW RHSS. S Then; "wtil probably be mirty inquiries; in regard to the change in our paper from '-"The Wssmj Hcux," J^-TOSIS fKiAS—we will explain this is a few worts.,. "Texas," m the. distinguishing name of •re merely describing words ; *o we "have not c!ian«jed the nam* of onr paper, nor do-we intend to. until the name of the State is changed. Many of our exchange* from other States, crediting__articles from our j^per, or refering to any items of news contained in it, are under the necessity of crediting it to the --San Autouio Texan." so their readers may know where to locate it Pan Ant...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 4 January 1855

V ■ i- v . "I ered in Fannin Tarrant CJuun^.r^ii^^earns tfiat a subscription of a thousand "TOflfcrrs has been *aked towards b&ading an academy in Tar- ■^ant county. . ' f - ' -f': issrm* hundred bushels of potatoes can be Mued^Ott one acre of land m Texas, - One Hivate ten acres. They wflT aver-. I' per bushel.—Galv. Jfevca. ' i - tor, disCOV- forms '•The Brenhaifr Advertiser, M -sesl—,s a large number of letter?, woken open- and rrflcd of their contents, were ftund in the woods around that town, and af- terwards, another Jat of rifled letters was *wn£ -ww mile West of that town. It is pre- sumed the Postoffice was entered and the let- ters stolen from it, but it is not known what amount of money has been taken from them. Son* cf Tempera/nce.—This pioneer insti- >tutioa in the cause of Temperance formally surrendered their charter at a meeting on Thursday evening, arid dismembered. The surplus funds were ordered to t* equally di- vided between the Good'Samaritans, and the ie...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 4 January 1855

CARRIER'S ADDItES?. . ..JfOR THK TVKSTER.V TeTJLV, 1F55. r ' , m Friends, #e greet you to-dar, The young and tha old, the grave and the gay; And since we have bid a Bnal adieu, To a'year we never again shall view, We give to you all a hearty good cheer, * And tarnestly wish you a happy New Year! Time still U here:—When seas no longer roll Old Ocean's foaming wares from pole tofble; When Siting and Summer—Autumn, here, No lout mark the changes of the year; When cloud' capt mountains that embrace the skies, Shrinkto naught, and vanish from all eyes— And Orizaba, from its broir shall spread -** Flames that will decompose earth's rock; bed: When yon bright stars grow dim, that shed their light, No sua shall shine by day, nor moon by night; When man Bid Nature tremble at the strife, Whifch threatens then the universe of life, And Death's deep darkness o'er this earth shai^spread, And graves, wide opened, shall yield up their dea-l; J - Ah! then, when Chaos rules, that reigned before Eart...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 8 February 1855

ilil%fL. Hi * ..M &i sdfe ■ "::z fe® f , Wm. *1 «jS . V • - \ ,\" '•■• X< \- .. ' ■ V ' = ¥; •■&'-.■ 1 ' '■ • ', •. - ' ' ^T": w:ci á M" ¡P .r*££ **?!*; f ¿; E ,L? ■¡flaMdaJfrlfrgrtMldlte **ñ e*i mtaWi '"mitii itiasiiteMiwsdfc S& IÉ!j€,: ÜHi v^W ss^3e?= /?ílg'. Li' ^r . <mm -re*.? '?:w^jítfaSf M^Mgg tpfit Ki;^ jcts*^* rr^Tn ztx: 5u* • tW i 'WMi r.JW- 3 ><NSa atj '- 9- •••.-•-. >*3. «4 ■á 't'i win i Oí — t «* MMbMitM««wt MI **«* * om • fprvdft fll twviB 4* ta Mal atar wstetcw '"* • «f «K ta. nadas heltww* nsr HlHiHi*, tNeweof Jaansry I l^ij i ;• '. d j í ¥O K,am.I], m *A mstter ef WS of tu e*hsñi whirb bsd Wh «be id. aid Kogts* tus-rrpr* a n{st** . lv'4' fjr | ave dorv^UitU. bowoyer and lMt¿:n^ m **J tncpe obvious tNsn ti* fáet Am«f . ^i *j ni jsf~ ®r thtr his rwt !i)J tt l* de-er>d iiw m >h of the w •• > o .tWi tnvwHír* á«1 taken up «t* gtotinkl w W*'lí «4ÍWTIk4tí1^ i. \ t The Nefcrl 4rk I>asly Tahas oí fcbe 1 $S sébjVl The «eteA^rk Parir Tune*...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 8 February 1855

.cv * 1 V m UfWAM A6AI* I Vl Lx J 1% tie 8 ■Kl aalaasani}* tb*< U ta atalad £Mttt) hogs and 3T,(tt£> kmfMtd ttoaa|fc lioaat Atrr « aa,alaowt totfce Slate of CLERK* U _ ndwatoMH tMr &« th*0*®in. h%h cp the mtrhlj*^ ras^eí «mntrv. A company f aret w ** H ii m jj poftniTAr _ tad j Wiwow, ufa ttw (Wa<rtl bii^g|««ikN|^ there eremgnychacee* Sute Sioek, thrpanted m si rf tímihíy^igrbn awrtjhen—oer informant , o&co, Sl,t^Jl.d00. ttrW not M«twj Geo. Scott apprehends a wWa he kit >11 btel fieet terses and , V r with the ladinas. •<r *f«fi ,,K,:**r 1 11 l"''1 M 1 |Tmlin| títe Ls^wlature te jf, a sbw ftehe ren&mg in. $*y>t>teÉm tiie treatmeat of yA an - atyf os tfc gill Saha^fiv* * 6ie¿b- i "** * w —the íraek «aa gatead* po*<rtcd by ü pursuer , aHd ti ** ' "* bwr** fosad; atwi -ea one of tkm were W IIH 0>f'faifa ,-. rw tw «!áP«l*r—i • • «~a Tns.'-.'sru «rfw% c. ^ .. _ . ^ TtuStea . • «—a . S 4 | M >K miniiw* aj-rtwaa rfW * ^ «otet * ar .* > *to— 2 te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 8 February 1855

far Salt. E w fJL. PAY THE HIGHEST p.w, far iftaid eenÜtaies wife cteaf tit «?*,*]■«, mtücUM in Pfaber am* Mtiicr't | Mr LEO D A MrDONALD m fai*« SAN A y ToyIO LANDS. *E8 tfc# «ner bait of rieHlt* M on lbe prrouar a Jo*4*I. Thirty food fcore, «orraí , 4c cUKUD * RiMNM clt JUivm fataated oo the *a*t bank t* Uir Salaiio, bo*.- and adjoin in* of Gaieoa Lee; tide itfafapotabte. 4 CUES, or thereabout*, situM<>fl on $|* Wait buk of tbe Sajarlo, abu ¡ 0 thí títf of San Aotijftio, a *fc(-n aatkt* Ifuo atanor ate r« th* month of the Ho-, filie MeLEOD & Me DONALD ÍM«. (M Hi ,Ro* A«t« Ukt lucfea rf W ViUfts Phbh Radiefae*, ^B99 MMR «*w u* *f ts*>y «aí* • i*s fa* " "' 'rCT ,*aiaí* *9r |a«r far CAMB: toaba* it* Mol anleoe le allainlMi M<*DO?TALD Frio J^rumCc* | Afcfaa, fao *o4«<r Setl ttmlf fa orrry So ffifc f* fal - - ¿ -flfa I É I II flfa R^RR nRXaKP1 wm Rrí.'a *** íOwwt, far in r *i «fíat* Wüji * to R. T. Hv<rsnt«f bam u- « ti eNMin} of tit* upper tuteaied wi fa OonawM •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 8 February 1855

■MÉJ.. h. A-, ; i : • • -e-SK ¡¿ ' ■• * etise' rifiijim ill injured 'that ha MfCfk] iNMfi. vi I ' VlOSU «rifac M" «. beta elected to Andrew C "Vane dwt ttWN " ¿2 í wwW p*tn by MaWltOM* ~ eí th |p©or of 5Tw tori y ofUre thousand of«H I i** r Court at t W'¿s¡*srjw * «r ' -She i aa ángel if yon (tn «w h(r es «hile she singa." Muom of Mb- Vk k*burg. on Mow ftpmtm? K&rnarft*n&f.-~i>nStw [Tear** . ... ... I . <he MiWl, perceived a toe aad succeeded in capturing «ten* at forjw, ttp" ta A psf rfciHii' lá:«K «f ■míb. IHBB -a*a"R (*W fat «Mtth. ttjüÉi \n *TT Wkt rnhhttf mow mb C&k fruta the traía % a >rtífct'%«j« W. IM fwt TUS CAT! OF TUB SEYJtN a iris lxqssd. i fciiA. wat the MMa flba { taagcdy ft naai!. ta BPBÜ MNij Wl wnam me jOftiin iinici winter; for it h a «tone dsHamrth ipaaa iW<i patrolled body mland a barren, mostly oflie^plJiHIH.....__ fcotoftheroclu,«hieh, lóMnaf i t^yy fftpi to f jar their put amana the sky,and1orn!,as it «era, na' barrier betwca the **wnt ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 February 1855

jry.-,-. ■MgETTCT^ ggB ANNUM, OFFICE—ON SOLIDAD STREET IN THE OLD VERIMEKDI HOUSE TERMS: TWO DOLLARS i: J. M. SMITH, PROPRIETORS. no. m ebruaey 15,1855. texas, hq. Busing Car its. GIVE ME THE HAND. ANECDOTE 0 F THE CZAR. SAN Bccsmot. Su \ UG£NER 4 LEIGH. S at Law, San ' ' t Courts <Jf ape. Caldwell and 1 and Supreme Co ■v.*. XBfiH. AND COUNSELORS jriH practice In the Gillespie, Cotn&l, Gua counties, and in the Fed Austin. 7-lj- E. EDWARDS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT jg,. nd General u d Agent, San Antonio, Texas. . RUSSELL. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR I Notory Pntaiie, Hflftna, Karnes Conntv, :th« Courts general!; throughout i attend promptly to business eotraat- i a distance. 37-ly f L. a. KINABREW.—HAVING LOCATED IN HK- Karnes County, tenders As professional ser- ■ citiaens of the surrounding country, and t attention to bis professional duties to t share of patronage. HoteL 40-ly *. XORGAX, HAVING PEEMA- th th'j citj <rf son Antonio, Trill Frac- r of Flores and SaGnas- streets....

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 February 1855

TONIO TEXAN ANTONIO. - - - February 15, 1855. 1856., PRESIDENT, A- DOUGLASS, • oiSi FOR VTCE-PRESIDENT, COMiUS RUSSf OP TEXAS. to the decision of ft National Democratic ConTen-tidB. s™1- A fine opportunity to obtain good See advertisement of Vance & Bro. l^*g~Emigrants are still arriving in large numbers, and some are settling among us, -and we hive plenty of work for all. X'/'" ■■ ~ -X-i "t ■! ^ ^ BSTThe rain we had a few days since has left our country in a fine condition for plow- ing, gardening. &c. 'We have seen a large amount of corn 1 passing through our city during the past week. We haVfe-*. market for all the corn I in thw part of our State, and probably Lthenext threeyeajt. forward. / / advertisement in our present mraber, RARE CHANCE. A Restanrat and Boarding Houfte for sale; This house is Situated in a favorable position on Com- merce street, and this is a splendid opportuni- ty to obtain a Restaurat, Boarding House or pHvate dwellingfor a family. ' Wr-^- We havt...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 February 1855

BaiE $ iii/ -?4, 4^' w " Ps * . v! * v ' . '..fG&y U- . ■ ; - r\*«« v jiiii ! 51 f / y.#. site • ¥":. *;^p^o WS t HiwtfoP^brmprOTed PBac°cki . W-tf VANCE'S BRO. •lUi s of San TJKHRAY fe LLWtS, Interpreters ana uan&Jhio th« English, French and Spanish languages. Antonio Texas: office of the <(Bejarenj^M Military llaza. A^ABGE JUST RECEI 3E supply of terdea Set i For sate low, by (17-tQ IfED, ps, warranted fresh. DESMDKE & CO. •SOO DOLIiAR! . 75 ANA WAY or was stolen lV about the last of Augtu ing described Negroes, via : thirty two years old, xaf* alze, ba<ily Pock pictted. ytxy much towai~ Stetan awkard a «r yellow Pock ' ■ EWAKD. thejsubseriber £« -The follow- man about *58 the medium great toes turn out ea, no as to give her _ ., or Jack, a Slestiro about thirteen years old, badly Barry or Harvington ■ black boy about nine years old ; stiUtters badly. I am W the opinion that the above described negroes were ■tolan from San Antonio and carried Eastward. I will giv...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 February 1855

; .1 * '" - - ' '• t mmmlm w -: &M- , ;| m/ *,;'t-!- ■■-•'" 5.- "•£ %' - •^ •1/ «4K 6. HUSTON & J. M. SMITH. Aim PROPRIETORS. e -w v per mom, invariably in Adrcrtlitng 1 lines, or last, Nonpareil, i'; s 2f\ i scwpsntokf—' ad ranee. Rates ^breach square of fitch subsequent in After three weeks, Balimi Cards, ten line* or less, per annum, fot QifCc montna, One ettnmri, ehu|eab!t quarterly, per annum, Blf,. do d> -' do do do All except legal advertisements, handed In without being marked with the number of insertions desired, will be continued till otbexwi* onlersd,and charged at the aboTe rates. Announcements of candidates for office, five dollars. PeHtieal circulars and communications of a private ot ytreonal natnre, will be charged at the same rates as 49* No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character, will be inserted in our columns, on a*y A deduction of 20 percent will be allowed Postmasters •who act as Agents in procuring subscriptions and making remitta...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 March 1855

[??*•£ *J V -M*M siSSI . .iyjitv,i''t '"-•§ 1 - !?*v f ^ . 'i".,r. , *•'" 1-'*-^ " >."-~s ,-**ir j^iiiiDABa ■ - -if i H rs^k- w^*. ne i? and cof~saojaas ■SS8- practice fa the S-A. ftCSSOi. ATTOH>ET ASD <XJ€Ps"8SEJ0R , fieieaa: Ktsrans County, '*" "ea^s% ti\rflnri-.oiit " tb SS^gnetj {nirust- ihiHaZitea &ua!;«f *aiO C,c? wa^®iaie*s--.=-i«- _jjj L-tatoaia, Jis^.,, .£ •t \^r:: v. ••-- -• ' .-c •" / - ./• ,. , «■>.. TH$ JpLD Vi tejaggsi I • -fetlikagf ^ *•■': Business. Catbsf ■ff^XOSMISSKiK ANJD GENflLiX. AJiKNCV f 1 ^-^Siiies-K^ute? i ta d J*, W6da<s<S ?9 and 1 NlTRNT T?FfiftRDS OF TEXAS Sstfaideya. -fhe#ul eafe« having made atxvq&miBHf) ! *■ UJiuUit.Ua VI J.SU.VJXi>. THE ARCHIVES OF BElAfi. foaPrudengio %it>i | ahd Captain General^ "Don Juan lluio de~ m W0MWM j09 W€ SPANISH fOS THIi SAN ANTONIO TE3tA5 , EV P. L. JsIIQCOB, ESQ. - is ooar T>?*j) red Ip receive all kind:. of grv^wty ,foi sftie either ty private or pobKc^isf'osAlt^iiig ioaiiittJdSiEi a^t...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 March 1855

PRESIDENT, A. DOUGLASS, CftflLUSOW. FOR VICSkPfcSSlDENT, B _ IBXA*. ... >i*?!r>n*l P;nvri'Jc '<8tirito{iun. mm AKTOSfTO. sasr : V- r f rT ■- _ TEXASAND AERCllEDIldRS. M*rcb 22, 1 m. Weekfy Telegraph " • au wtKl? ywu*.thc the writer inspeaking of the scaling system remarks that" the public abroad. and espcci- ■.^ THE. PRESIDENTS VTTO. It is a we&.knowi* fact that for •-«?= j many ! Ffench Sp<rts tion has teen tfore" Congress, and too, with evejy; influence thateeuid possibly be brought to bear upon the Subject for s-drantagre. As ;jinP0?'l^n* ally the money lento*, think it wpudiatioa. | nearlyas we can disonbe it, those persons isfc-j and Texas is branded':-.is the United States j tercsted have had employed-as agents to j ^>ecn * °®B&pl®te _ and Europe as a repudiating State." " In ad-1 prosecute these claifcs^a set-ofpolitical curs.. and dJpiomat.e sy Verting to. a sublet that has so long been be-! who, having received a small stipend to I ^cry muc.i nee g *■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 March 1855

S r-sssscTwe*^ • ,... . - r- ' Pottage Bill.—The postage bill j ('the United States Senate on the 1 ___iet_ i. , R.. R. R. be three IMPORTANTMEDIQAL DISCOVERIES! five cents. j The Three S.&.R. Remedies Arethe most important discoveries for the quick reroo- vt ! 01 ihe fflos torturing pains,and. the effectual cure ■v -- . v —B **Y STB'n. Sarsli 1.-, 1865. ; of disease, ever recur .ed in the amiais of medical -WT#os-—Tgg_jtMaaa«i has been more genera! than science. changed hands at full- _ THE FIRST • ' ' mm pcrgaflott. 4 fflt& * was *tien for au&iro. T«hi*d*ys: ■jhur«iM8^. s «***& todays, Tuesdays Thursdays, at 14 T\ it Wednesdays, Fridays, at 6 r H. >: 4 r. - Aimv. WH.IAD AKHIvffi. fridays, at 13 'til i> « BXBWJi', at 10 p. a. No. 1. SAN ANTONIO 0R&0 STORE, j Mdcna^^bxjertiiiemtnts. J.' f Of these Three 0real Remedies, nnd the only remedy jVfl ever given lu the iied-ridden aad pa:n-«rtcken and en- _..J ^ *ui* teebled invalid, thai will free the suSrziug vic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 March 1855

mm . \ c mm «£ HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. Ten Persons Perished on the Prairies.— Tha Chicago Press of the 24th ult., has the following: A GOOD ACQT7 At this time, Texas may belaid to be ad- I ding to her population, not inly some, of the "BY MHS. FUBBS. .Fubbs. I want to talk to yon awhile, and I I M SMITH S waS-t y°u to keep awake while I do it, You 3RV*wTOJii."" I *° go to steep? Yes. yon alWarS want .. ZSg£g$*r:: -.{ to slee^but I dont. U^auot^of-tfee fei^-Tadi, wittethatfeteifeof a rumor ctir stanftal "integrity. We hay, |St ; ? j sleepy. Knrrr—nri?irgood thing for yoiV jgr. ; rriyt^fiffiat city .on Thursday, which ftlis the number of emi-rante thjjsj| y^jpr^-fccaatti-, j la j Fubbs. that you have a wife who iraph'rts in- j toind with horror, in view of,th&.suffering-of ^thiS i ciuaii as? much on Opt-own experience j - r {formation by Iccture?, else ydtj Trot?l*h<s > ■ }^ty *2.it refers. We only Oope as the general opinion of £tft community.! ft v WiSTROiriLXsE most eaternris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 31 May 1855

ts s s$ &i s-i =*==• E. G. HUSTON & J. M. SMITH, PEOPRIETORS. • • - • • 7 OFFICE—ON SOliIDAD ! IN THE OL.D VESIHEN1 SA-N ANTONIO, TEXAS1, WHUESDAY, MAY professional Carirs. and counselor attend t® the Beisreno •w. r. buokhxr. " . *. b. j ATTORNEYS AND iU*, Snistam, Texas, will practice in the iMtriet Court* of Bexar, Medina, Gillespie, Comal, Gua- dalupe, Oaldirell and Goaxales counties, and in the Fed- WB and Supreme Owgte at Aratiii. 7-ly B, E. EDWARDS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT l«*i att&Gateral Land AgfcntjSan Antonio^Texaa. Cariis. BLACKSJlITHING. —J. M. BENNETT & J. C. MOODY, announce to their friends and the pnblig, that they are now prepared to do Blacksmithing on the shortest notice. Shop on Solidad street, two doors north of Com- mence, where they will do work in their line of business oii as moderate terms for cadi, as can be had in the city; Horse-shoeing done with dispatch. 27-tf Q HARMS DUMOXT, DYER SCOURER AND REfOYA- ■—■ ter, East side of San Antonio R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 31 May 1855

- * T®1 "Ci-Vft*.,? 10 TEXAN. AUTOJTIO. -~~ - Tlfaf 31. 1855* 1856. .. . ■ . FOR PRESIDENT, A. DOUGLASS, rT -' <•" OF ILLINOIS. *">R VICE-PRESIDENT, tAH a*. RTJSXC, OP TEXAS. of a National Democratic invention. to act fc Co. M# sff We widrtlttt water-pot man would make it in his way to pass up and down Soli dad street occasionally. V r 5 • ' 1 ® ■ 1 • . flfJfL We are informed, that several wells have-bean dag high up on the Chenpidaris branches, and water has been found in abun- dance, after digging ten or fifteen feet. tST By reference to columnF, it will be seen that •rma&in San Antonio six times departs six times a week. advertising coast mail: week, and We are informed that 200 gallons of • be«r are manufactured daily at the brewery of W. A. Minger, on the East side of tl This beeF is, withput doebfc, file kind that is made in oar State. are CAUSE AND EFFECT. The great object of ^nankind should be to promote a happy life, progressive virtue and an approving Heaven. Hap...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 31 May 1855

£V ■ ' *• | fi *- *« \"- - V .---^; '• _____ lOVAfe.— rjratMriber lias removed to the rooms, adjoining Messrs. Bander & Alexanders furniture rooms; r~ I wilt Continue the Auction and Commission heretofore. Thankful! for past favors, ■ a share of D&trozuure. ' ^ .tf ™ GEO. D. COLLAMER. THE STAtE. OF TEXAS, Y ^ - County of Bexar. , F - ' T*AKSN up by Jose Maria Chaves, and estraved before A CL E. Jefferson, Esq., J.' P., Prtcinct^To. J, on the llttk day of April, 1855,4 Spanish Mares, Viz: 2 sorrels, M roan, snd 1 one a dark bay, all branded with Spanish brands, and innvraisod at $7 so eh. Also rot taken lip by Otto Bomb&ch, and estrayed before J. T. P. Barren, Esq.,J. P., Precint No. 4, on the 7throne, IBM, 4 ton horse, blind in one eye, 9 years 'old, Spanish brand and appraised at $15. • v jkiiio—was taken up by Antonio de k>s Santos and es- ■ trayed before Pedro Flo res, Esq., J. P., Precinct No. 11, a brown horse, spHt^.eared, 8 or 9 years old,•with two Br*"1*** bra...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 31 May 1855

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Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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