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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 17 January 1856

rii rn ^u;whI m ... w i ■ JL A. • « iAf ' JJ •:v -i • V<*.T"-ri *'•• • ftf-'S* «.-** iS&rii*. v.- :• . ■*'" .' . ..' ...; - "•■ — rli i* .- — , • -Mfri&ist.;'. £x ': F .-< . . ;.'^i OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF TV MILITARY SQUARE. T¥0 DOLLARS PEE ANNUM, IN ADYAME -if ■Jt: ? SAN ANT0NI0?TEIAS: TMRSDAY, JANUARY 17,1856. NO. 13, .^professional (Earbs. A. LEWLS, ATTOKXEY AXD COUNSELOR AT • Sdn Antonio, Tosas. Trill attend promptly to «11 business entrusted to his qaie. 'g^Officc, ou south Rile MUiUry Pl , in the Qejareno Qliice. 21-ly C REICH, attorney at law and general laxd. • Agent, Frkdbrjcksbfrgh, Texas, will practicc in all the courts of the fourth Judical District, and in the Bopremc and Federal Courts at Austin He will give special and prompt attention to the collection of debts, and to buying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- ing patents for lands in any portion of Western Texas. /CHARLES a: StJSSELL, ATTORNEY" AND COUNSELOR at Law and Notory Publie, Helena, Ka...

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 — 17 January 1856

aift SIMM) MB. SAIff AITONIO^ Tbarsday, - - - January 17, 1856. • v 1856. PRESIDE^TT,'-^' STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, A /qif ILUNMS. . JEQft VICE-PRESIDENT, '-^goarAS a*. rusk:, 01* TEX AH • Siikjdei p tie JeflUioo of a National Peraocratic , e.'li ' Convention. - ' _" R K M O V A I. . Thf Texas Osfice lias been removed to the norili . V&Jaoftfte Military Plaza, near the Court House, out *d6ar Vtftst of Cot. John Mulloy's office.'■where \vc *&kR& Iiappy !d~sce our old friends, ami become ac- qnaimed with new ones. *.Tn r-. . - Sfi?J Ode cold weather still continues. ifeiuwly a day has passed for the list three ^jseeks hot ice was found, and often during ~flft-eatire>aay. >• «& '•«" —^ .<•■'«— Garden sbeda.—Persons wishing to get :"a; stipt>ly df Garden Seeds of "every kind, let iithemcall at tho store of Victor Braclit, South 1-side Main -street. He has just received 1200 papers of fresh Garden seeds;—also any quantity of excellent apples. In our Legislature the...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 17 January 1856

iiOST. THE Undersigned, a few days since, lost a GOLD 3RKASTPIN, somewhere in the jurisdiction of San Antonio. Said Breastpin contained a garnet 'set vath pearl. The person finding said breastpin will be libetally Wwarded by leaving the same at the District Clerk's TMiee.fr at the Plan House. SUBL J G. E. FLYNT. ..i;. Rent. >. I WISH t Rat my field on the Chcupideras fot the coming season, to raise a crop. The field contains *Mek!wisktom«a staRt-^nVooe- bclltt tnfe ferop'tsfsfd- The field has all been cnl- tivated for tefc years, except about fifteen acres, which is new mesqait ground, 'Hie field has a good mesquit picket fence around it^ there are two jacal houses in the field, and A double log cabin adjoining the field, with a good well of water. Iam wiping to Jet go with said Add the nae of a good co«u>en- I prefer leasing it to a person who has negroes. I also wish to hire a good aegro woman for dhe year, as a dairy woman on said place. * W-tf. ' WM. B. JAQUES. VANCE &...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 17 January 1856

mo Mil. SCBSCBPnaer—T*o d6H t« per annum, invariably in advance. f* Rates or AdrcjrtMlngJ Far each square of eight lines, or l&a, Nonpareil, Each subsequent insertion, After three weeks. Business Cards, ten lines or less, per annum, For six For three'months," One column, changeable quarterly, per annum, Half do . do «o Ooarter do . do do ^ AU except legal «T*Ttisements, handed in without blrin? marked with the number of in?ert.on* desire,i will ba continued tlU otherwise or-lci-ed, ami c.iargeU^.i the above rates. in. Announcements ef candidates for office, five dollars. Political circulars aa« communications or a private r personal natuie, will Webarged at the saiuS rates a.- advertisements. ... . , - IIo communication or advert isem-nr of an aou- ■give character, will be inserted in our columns, on an~v $1 00 50 25 10 CO 6 CC 4 0«> 1?5 01 fo 0C 25 0! A deduction of 20 percent will be allowed Postmasters who act as Agents in procuring subscriptions and making "job work of al...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 24 January 1856

V .-.v-' ■SlfeSi .n - VW*' :r« to ' =-: ■ >«*iii£ §&?:• •«. I&P**' V?U-7 • v.:--- OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF THE MILITARY SQUARE. y/^ •y £===? —.n$5T<^ tW- - >4 r"--^ ofesaioaial:' SIN UCATIOJT I If TEXAS. attorkey and tonio, Texas, will ( trusted to his care. in thp Bejareno Office. TCHJEI/Ii, _ uiity, Texas. and will receive monthly from New the Austin State Gazette TIC STATE eOMtESTlblf best quality, and every description of <3r roceries. Terms Cash. Cash aavan price'paid on Cotton, arrants. rhe tightest market 34-3m. EXBT AT JLAW AM> fiESKRAI. LAST) CK3BCKCH. Trans, will practice in e Fourth Judical District, and in the Courts at Austin He will give attention to the collection of debts, ng and locating Ianils, and to procur any portion of Western Texas. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Helena, Karnes County, e Courts generally throughout trust y t ALBj^CUMAI k. San Antonio. translators of d promptly dr Warrants or the wwawa anrt-orafltta, of sol possible time, and upon t...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 24 January 1856

*s-" -~ ti£gSm AHTDN10 TEXAM. L SAN ANTONIO, y Thursday, •• - January 24,1856* 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, of Illinois. - - * . . FOR YICE^PRESIDENT. stomas'*, nrr ■X,,. OF TEXAS. ti uUijtt of & National Democratic " -■ *— - ^ — Convention. £ i R K M O V A I.. The Tmcajt Office has been removed to the- north Stie ofthe.Mililary Plaza.near tlie Court House, one door West of Col. John Mallow's office, where we to see our old fri end*, imd become ac- quainted with new ones. JEST Thursday • gaming, eight o'clock, and no States Mail since Saturday last. —.. ■■ rW cs* Who has a dairy woman, and 4olore§ man to hire for six months.—See Ad" Vcrtisement. - car We invite the attention of our rea- ders to the advertisement of Messrs. Groes- beecV and French;—also to that of IT. D Nortoai,Bros- The latter gentlemen have opened a Hardware store on the South side of Main Plaaa.— > ' The poetical jjrodution which is found iu as other «oU>nn received a kind wel- cjAe into OTJ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 24 January 1856

5, ~ . r.--: • _■ ^ - .. Wm . ~ ^ ~ ■ k * ^ . a. 1 - -wr:~- 3#%' :.s* V* y-K. - I •. A- s£e£S*- ITrttte /«r the San Antmyio the flower of hi * Hover, snowy hie, ' skies tempestuous loirer then its charms from view. I where springs no blade of gnat, IN? .wildest hftxdiest w&d is seen, tTlwie spreading trees dark shadows pass 'Tfrf# fcrw'ret smiles in silT'rj-ahecn. VANCE & BROTHER, • ; DEALERS IN ' 7 rapv goods, ^groceries, - PA IN HfOtfsir Varnishes, - . • Plaxa, San An^os^Texaa. H^J8Wdmo V^ttefr^noT—-r-eC^Tin? Jlse, all of which tbey offer very Their stock ooitsiM in part as follows; Dress Goodag^c. WhiteTJrillinntes; lock of General Morchan- ! jr®* rf *cash. in hue three glossy koTes, Are grouped its graceful stem aroand •ASd lightly in theWening breeze ' ' They bend to kiss the dew-damp gro«B*- ^v Tpf "" on this gem of & „<owy hue - do u do **" -do % -■s. :• • vi\'J : do Tissuos; plaid & blk di _ do Ba " Soljd eol'd! Printed ;•££ do Jaconet" jfi lgrfs-*j« do do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 24 January 1856

dollars p*r Bates of Atlmflatag t ':• aquar® of eight Unei, or le.a, Nonpareil, $160 2ach aubaeijuent insertion, "" SO -JUtairthree weeksii: 25 Onday ten lines or leu, per oxtnum, -10 CP For six moatb3, . 6 4)0 •Jot three months, ..■& 4 6S- One column, ch&fi^&able ijaarterlj, per ttnnn^ If •fo do .■& i *4verti3Cm?nts, 3l4n&a s ( _ number of insertions desued, is ordered- at d ehargid at Bee, five dollars. j and eomawnjfcjtitills of «. private a tore, tp ill be ebarged-ltthe irae me« it*. ' iablyl4s^e^ltb'^ ter-|6 hgre, see w COi.Dk I iie the arein^*to' every j ear; it is * 'm HBALTHi • •- ithe foHotffod. articles, from the Uo. of fit. Hall's "-Jonraal of Qsk. As Witi d. Feet: <£i)tttutional. Half do -Qat*t«p AUexi cation o be inserted fir clanabn- tolumns, on iSt n pf 20 percent is In procuring su ptlonsand making s, executed* with neatness nr all desert TP. % Taojua, Lockhart. Caldwell Co., Texas. Wi. PiEHPMT. Kerpont I'lacc. I)e WittCo.jj'eias. Holbeiv t Co....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 7 February 1856

XAN E. 6. HUSTON, EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, NORTH SIDE Of THE MILITARY SQUARE. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVAJiCE VOL. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1856. NO. 16. fJrofessional (EariJs* A A. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT • Law, San Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. fl^Office, on south aide Military Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly C REICH, Attorney at Law and General Land • Agent, Fredesicksburgh, Texas, will practice in mil the courts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Sapreme and Federal Courts at Austin tie will give special and prompt attention to the collection of debts, and to buying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- ing patents for lands in any portion of Western Texas. CHARLES A. RUSSELL. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at Law and Notory Public, Helena, Karnes County Texas, will practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Texas, and attend promptly to business enirust ed to his care from ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 7 February 1856

% SAN IfflO TEXAN. SAW ANTONIO. Thursday, February 7, 1856. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ELECTORS FOR STATE AT LARGE, FRANK W. BOW DEN. oj Ru k. W. R. SCURRY, of Victoria. DISTRICT E-LECTOEi*. A. J. HOOD, of Cherokee, A. J. HAMILTON, oj Travis. FOR COMPTROLLER. JAMES H. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL* JAMES WTTXE Rev. R. P. Bunting win prcacti by Divine permission, in the Presbyterian Church, next Sabbath, at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7 P. M. CS-We get mails from the States yet. and sometimes as often as once a week. ' Persons desiring to obtain Valentines of every variety—will please call upon Pen- tenreider & Blersch. East side Main Plaza. See "Proposals for Fresh Beef." for furnishing the Troops at Fort Clark. cs* Flower and Fruit plants may now be obtained of Mr. Balman of a variety and quality never before offered in our city. See his advertisement. BS• We have delightful weather at present and prospect of more. Affray.—By a gentleman from Eagle Pass we learn thata man by the name of H. Sa...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 7 February 1856

r' LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the post-office K San Antonio on the 31st January, 1856. AmbWiwCN AruotWW Arnold, J N : AAwna, M Anthony, Miss C Ash worth, J Andraes. R 0 Arnot, W W Adams, F 2 Ayer,AC Brown. J G Brown, Lucie as Brown. J H Br&ndel, John Brydon. £ R Boyd, Mrs Louisa Burke, Joseph Brnslin, William Barney, D C Butler, J C Burgers. J D 3 Barry, John Brooks, J D Benchatt, J Baumberger, H Brorks, Josiah D Bandity. Serg't Boarman, Wm Byrne, Timothy Burgess, J H Brown. J L Beall, Sevastian Bright. David Bigelow. J B Burris. Frank Bennett, P A Boyles, Wra Brown, Mrs M A Bamberger. Henry Baker, Mrs Lizzy Brong Guan B Burgess, J D _ Bherman, Mr Brewster. H P Baker, B M Barritt, Mrs E B Barnes. B N Cook, J N Campton, J R Conaway, J H Crage. A Castro. Lorenzo Cornwall, John 2 Cotton, Jaines J Carter, Gideon Cod way, L Mrs Cocke. Mrs Laviuia Cocke. John Cook, W F Cox, Thomas Clocia, James Crounover, A Calvert, am Campbell, John Colby. Rowland A Cobb, D E Cobb, i) C Crider. Fra...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 7 February 1856

\ . T (Perns. uanoom $1 00 50 25 10 00 « 00 4 00 125 00 65 00 So 00 (Educational. SUMCRirnox—Two dollars per annum, invariably in advance. Rates of Advertising: • ^ Vet each square of eight lines, or less, Nonpareil, Kach subsequent insertion, After three weeks, Business Cards, ten lines or less, per annum, Ear six months, Tor three months, •ne column, changeable quarterly, per annum, if a. If do /do do Quarter do do do AU except lej*al advertisements, handed ih without bein£ marb««l with the number of insertions desired, will be continued till otherwise ordered, and charged at the above rates; Announcements Of candidates for office, five dollars. Political circulars and communications of a private vr personal nature, will be charged at the same rates a.? advertisements*. 43T No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character, will be inserted in our columns, on axy TERMS. A deduction of 20 per cent will be allowed Postmasters act as Agents in procuring subscriptions and ma...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 21 February 1856

t 7s? <?/£ *.r.: I ■ • \ *4 ' * r " . . ' 'T-T -rr;! - . : ' - i nu ,*J srtfe. t. G. HUSTON, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF THE MILITARY SQUARE. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE -5 VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1856. NO. 18. _ Professional (Hartrs A. LEWLST, ATTORNEY AND COUNSBlfe AT Iav, San Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to entrusted to his care. tsguOffice, on south Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly G REICH, Attorskt at Law ( and General Land • Agent. FRKDXRicxsnrRGH, Texas, will practice in ail the courts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at Austin He will give special and prompt attention to the collection of debts, and to buying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- ng patents for lands in any portion of Western Texas. ftHABUES A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR \y at Law and Notary Public, Helena, Karnes County, Texas, will practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Texas, and att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 21 February 1856

•% SAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO. Thursday, - - - February 21, 1856. PEMOCR.AIC TICKET. electors for state at i.arce, frank w. bow den, oj Rush, w. r. scurry, of Victoria. OtetRICT ELECTORS. a; j. hood, of Cherokee, '■ 'a. j. hamilton, oj Travis. OJBCTOk FOB 7TII JUDICIAL DISTRICT : francis r. lubbock. for comftroij.er : james b. shaw, for treasurer ; james h. raymond. for attorney general- James willie. bflecates to the NATIONAL CONTENTION . w. s. oldham. h. p. bee. JACOB wielder, g. m. bryan. alternates: J. W. SCOTT, G. W. HILL. i. W. DANCY, F. W. LATHAM. gyrhe recent rain caused the San An- tonio River to rise on the 10th inst. four feet, a father Unusual circumstance. ' We call the particular attention of oar readers to the card, in our present num- ber, of Messrs. Graves & Slack, Attorneys at Law and general Land Agents. TEXAS,—HER RESOURCES. ' Several droves of cattle have passed through our city of late, destined, we sup- pose, for the Military posts in the upper (country. )|y ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 21 February 1856

there was a rnmor in Washington at last fcccoonts, that the vacant Brigadier General ship will be confered upon Gen. Pcrsifor F. South. We learn from a dispatch that the steam- ship Union, fifteen days from Havre on her way to New York, arrived at Halifax on the 1st inst, short of coal. DIED. At Fort Chadborne, on February 11th inst., Capt. B- H. Arthur, of 1st Infantry. MAIL/ ARRANGEMENTS. The coast mail arrives in Ban Antonio six times a week U4 leaves six times a week. YQRKTOWX. SEGCTN. DEPARTS. -ARRIVES. DEPARTS. Tuesdays, Sundays, Sundays, Mondays, 'Thursdays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Fridays, at 4 p. x. atlOr. *. at S p.m. at is p. x. at 10 p. x. AUSTIN*. DKPARTS. Sundays, Tuesdays, Thurdays, at 10 p. x. ~ eagle'pass, lnnm 1 departs. Saturdays, ] Mondays, *t 12 X. { at 8 A arrives. Saturdays, at 12 x. GOLIAD departs. Mondays, at S a. x. RT. PASO. arrives. i departs. 25th of every 11st of every Month. I Month. " FREDERICKSBURG MAIL. Arriv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 21 February 1856

TKRTVTSi Sotscufiiox—Two dollars per annum, invariably in JJates of Advertising: adranc*. For each square of eight lines, or leas, Nonpareil, Saeih subseqaent" $1 00 50 10 00 6 00 4 00 125 00 G5 00 35 00 insertion, After threeVeeks, Business Cards, tea lines or less, per annum, For six months, For three months, One column, changeable quarterly, per annum, Half do do • do Quarter do do do AO except legal advertisements, handed in without bring marked with the number of insertions desired, will bo continued till otherwise ordered, and charged at the above rates. Announcements of candidates for office, five dollars. Political circulars and communications of a private •r personal nature, will be charged at the same rates a* advertisements. jy* Xo communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character, will be inserted in our columns, on axy nua. A deduction of 20 per cent will be allowed Postmasters who act as Agents in procuring subscriptions and making remittances. Job Work of all d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 3 April 1856

E. G-. tit liaCf ' 9. A #411 4 , EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, IN THE OLD VERIMENDI HOUSE, SOIIDAD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN A-DTAJJCE TO. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS : THURSDAY, APRIL 3,1856. m. professional (Eari>s. " * A. LEWlij ATTORVEY ANT) COUNSELOR AT J\.m Jaw, Su Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to fats care. fg^Office, on sooth aiie Military Plaza, in the Bcjareno Office. 21-1 y Q REICH, , ATTORNKT AT lAW AXD gbssral lAXD Agot, 'frederk>k3bvrgh, Texas, will practice in all Ike courts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Sapreme and Federal Courts at Austin He will give ■ pedal fcnd prompt attention to the collection of debts, auj to baying, selling and locating lands, and to procur. ng patents for landfr in any portion of Western Texas. Chari.es a. russell, attorney and counselor at Law and Notory Public, Helena, Karnes County, Texas, will practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Texas, and attend promptly to business e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 3 April 1856

X 10 TEXAN. •A* ffctntogr, I \t Awremo. - - AprilS, 1856* DEMOCaATiC TICKET. fc1.KCT.iRA K« STATE AT I.APXF, f. PK ANk W. fctlWDEN, oj JM:. -! V; li. SCURRY, of Victoria. ' 1MWCT ElFCTCi'.?. a. .It 1IOOD. of Cherokee, a. j. Hamilton. <>t Travis. '■Jd.VXStlK roe •iTH JUKlAl lliTRKT : 31. A. DOOtEY. r TOH COMPXBOLI.* P.: S-- ' -JAMES B. SHAW, VO& TREASURER ; ;; -JAMES H. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORJSET GESERAI.- JAMES "WILLIE. M'LECATES TO THE NATIONAL < ONTTMlOlf. W. S. OLDHAM. II. P. BEE. JACOB WILDER, G. M. BRYAN. - .T- • alternates: J. W. SCOTT. * G. W. niLL. - J. XT. DAXCY, F. W. LATHAM. ' Congressional news by the last mail is of but little importance " The real and personal property of Curias M. Clay is advertised for sale by "his ,Says the Louisville Journal. Judge Dooley, of New Braunfels. is now in attendanc3 of oar District Court. Judge Dooley, R trill be remembered, is the elector for the 4th Judicial District. All soldiers wishing to receive pay- ment for their past s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 3 April 1856

confer with Mr. Maverick concerning his claim to land near the head of the San Pedro. On notion, the defence of the suits of Asa Mitchell t the Citj, Owen Clark vs the City, ■•d Conies Smith vs. the City, was given to GsL Bockner, the City Attorney on the terms tip his written proposals, i of the suit of E. Jones vs. the **d N. Lewis rs. the City, was given to the firm of Paschal it Stribling, on the terms ' proposed by Judge Paschal. The committee on Education in their re- port recommended the appointment of Tho's. Leckie, S. G. Newton and Miss. N. E. Davis as teacher! in the public schools. It was moved and seconded that the per- aonsHUBed in the Committee's Report, be appelated teachers, whereupon, Mr. Smith taoied a division of the question which pre- tailed. motion, Mr. Leckie was appointed jplperinfeudant and Mr. Newton and Mis?. Paris teachers of the City Schools. '•On notion, the committee on Education Were instructed to employ Mrs. Wills, shoul another teacher in the female...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 3 April 1856

Lvrer-: numny—Two dollars her annum, invariably in **««<*. ?• " ' ^ - - ' "* A^rfl^ t — Sues, or lw*, Nonpareil, kucli sub4*>}<«ent insertion, Afler thfee wiftzi. It-nines* Cards. ten iiutts or less. per annum, For six uumtliN ►\>r thrw uonih*. O.i.* column. changeable inarierly. per annum, I i; .lt do1 do , «l'i Quarter «lo do «b . AtTexcept K^! Ji«tvertf sements. b«in-i nvirkvl with th* number $1 00 b" 6 00 4 00 lla 00 4.5 00 r 5 oo handed in without • T iiwrlion" de>ired. j am! charged ait WITT If WAIFLETS. The longest day is now discovered to be the day before yoor treddmg. '•Beware!" pai3 the.potter to the slay, and it became ware. Punch asks, whether properly and literally •3 speaking. Longfellow's publisher ought not lo oo to be Longman. £ant>5 for Sale. HcLEOD, GIRAUD & AL.SBU UY General Land Agenjs, WE offer the following for sale on terms favorable to purchasers. A man ccnsrs to be a ,:good fellow" the moment he n lus s to do precisely what other peop...

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