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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 May 1856

;.v > «$: =*: 5 {tliialT E. 6. HtTSTOJf, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, IN THE OLD VERIMENDI HOUSE, SOIIDAD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,- IN-WANCE' II ' ■■ . VIII. SAI ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, MAY 1,1856. NO.' 28.. . Professional <£ari>s. A' rrum. flBBKEif AND COUNSELOR AT • Law, San Antonio, Tesas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. t@ Officc, on south ■title Military. Plant, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly C REICH. Attorney at Law a.w G Knout. Land • AGCXT,TtitfcD*rtck3b(7RGit. Texas, will practice in all the con>te«t the Fourth Judical District, and in the . Supreme and Federal Courts at Austin He will give special and prompt attention to the collection ot debts, and to baying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- ing patents for lands in any portion "f \V wtern Texas. CHARLES A. RUSSELL ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELOR at Law and Jiotory Public, Helena, Karnes County, Texas, will practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Taxas, and attend ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 May 1856

"t m ANTONIO TEXAN. «A8T AWTOITIO. Tharsdaj, - - - Hty 1, 1856. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. xx ELECTORS FOR STATF. AT LARGE, FttANK -W, BOW DEN7, of Rntk, j\y. fe. SCURRY, of Victoria. MSTltirr HJSCTORS. A. J. HOOD, of Cherukft, A. HAMILTON, of Travis. ELECTOR FO* rni jCPirtAI. DISTRICT : if. A. DOOLEY. • T TOR COMFTROI.I.EB : JAMES B. SllAW, , . FOR THTASCRFR: JAMES u; RAYMOND. is'i'.n. * - ; ' -• • • •* yoR ATTORXKY GENERAL- i^MES WILLIE. THE NATION/I. fWCTOTTON . «*?;*,& AM. H.P.BEE. JAC08 WaRLDER, G. M. BRYAN. •' ALTERNATES: j.i SCOTT. G. W. HIM,. i; k*. W. DANOY, F. W. LATHAM. t mm ELECTION. for sherifp. J 8c/" ire authorized to announce JOHN IiOBBIN, *3 k ctni)i<uu for Sheriff of Eexar County, at the next Aagnst Ltee'ioa,—Subject to the nomination of the tk party. Wfc are authorised to Announce WM. EEGAR aa , • candidate fnr th« office of Sheriff for Besar County, at tbe next August election.—oubject to tbc nomination of the Democratic party. m assessor and COLLEtTOB. 83^" We ar...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 May 1856

petof ELOdell. In the matter of the petition of , Gara, w would recommend, that the ' Um petitioner asking to be relieved on an amount of I of the Bat. Mr. Dubois who ' an exemption from City taxation of fcfowing property, viz: the Catholic 1 die tTrsoline Convent and the Pres- which the Cle.rgy reside, we re to a favorable consideration, on the " pNttdt that all religious and educational iMtitetktt* are exempt under the State law fiwn direct taxation. All of which We res- pectfully submit. JOHN FRIES, C. C. P. t 0. S. S. SMITH, E. G. HUSTON. Ob notion, the Mayor was instructed to draw on the Treasury .for an amount suffi- cient to liquidate the claim of J. D. McLeod. " Recommended in the above report. It was moved and seconded that the amount of *6000, assessed on the property of Mrs. Garza, administratrix of the estate of J. A. Gajza, dee'd. be stricken out from the asses- ment roll of 1855, provided that the same property had been assessed for the same year, afttfwasme amount, as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 May 1856

SIN ANTONIO TEXAN-. TERMS : -Two doBtra pet ana am, UrarUblj in Rate* of AdrertUlns i riiwa am Of «ykt llm, or ten, Nonpareil, 1 '<. Insertion, Me tkn* «iHu. | tn linei or Us®, i*r ansum, M«t month*. w* r^tkrw moralha, Om ealu aa, ctongeaN* q rti rlv, per nnuin HmU do do do > Jo do do tt 00 60 2 5 10 00 e oo 4 Ot) 1: 5 Of f.6 00 35 00 .All eucct Itcal «d*®rti«emenU. Uanded la without Mar m irk*4 witTi the number of insertions desired. •iU be continued Oil othcrvriif ordered, and charged at ^JJnouneements of candidate* for office, five dollar*. Political circulars and communication* of a private i r per to ail nature, will be clurjd at the same ratea a advertisements. Xo communication or advertisement or an a&u •it* character, will be inserted in our column*, on an\ A M wUu of 20 per cent will be allowed Po tma«t*rs Via* —•* as Ajcnts in procuring subscription*and making rwmittaaec*. ... Job work of all description*, executed with neatn*« aad on the rao*t liberal terms. TV....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 May 1856

h 1 iiU iiiMX -SP- E. G. HUSTON, EDITOB AID PEOPEIETOE. OFFICE, IN THE OLD VEKIMENDI HOUSE, SOIIDAD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNttM, IN ADVANCE YOL. Till. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1856, NO. 30. Professional 0darbs. ** ... A, A. LEWI5, ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELOR AT • Law, San Antonio, Texae* trill attend promptly to all business entrusted to his c&re.« i^ Officp. on south *i<ie Military Plaza, in tlie Rejareno Oflicc. 21-ly C REICH, Attorney at Law and Gbn$rat. Land • Agent, Fredericksburg ii. Texas, will practice in all the courts of. the Fourth Judical District, and in the Supreme and federal Courts at-Austin He will srivc special and prympt attention to the collection of debts, and to buying, selling and locating lands, ami lo proenr. in^ patents for land's in any portion of Western Texas. Business Car its. HOT AXD COI,D BATHS. MADAM MAS>E respectfully announces to the ladies and gentlemen «>t" San Antonio, that she has fitted up. at considerable expense ;t large ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 May 1856

LAB 5NT0NI0 TEXAH. KAN A STOSIO. Thursday) - - - May 15, IS56. D^MOCFIATIC TICKET. EfcKCTORR FOR STATE AT LARGE, rfFfciNR W. BOW DEN, of Ru^k, k *Tiv. R. * SCURRY, of Victoria. I>I?TKICT w.F.nors. A. J. IIOOD. of Cherokee. A* J. HAMILTON, nj Travis. LLECIOR FOP. 4TH JLTIflAL tlSTTJCT : - 41. A. DOOLEY. rcra COHPTB0U.ER: - - - JAMES B. SHAW, FOR TREASFRFIS ; .;// JAMES II. RAYMOND. - h FOR ATTOBXEY C-Ei ERAL* JAMES WILLIE WXXflATKS TO THE NATIOXAl CONTFVnOK. W. S. OLDHAM. II. P. BBE. JACOB WILDER, G. M. BRYAN. ... ALTKKNAXE?: J. W. SCOTT. G. W. HILL. J. W. DANCY, F. W. LATHAM. AUGUST ELECTION. FOR SHE-RIFF. jy- TTa ar* authorize:! to announce JOHN DOBBIN, %a ft caiidi'latc for Sheriff of Bexar County, ct the next August Election.—Subject to the nomination of the Democratic partr. ' Try- We are authorised to announce W. G. TOBIX, at ft candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bexar county, it the next August election.—jubjecl to th^ decision of the Democratic Convention to be held on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 May 1856

W,* FACTS WITHOUT COMMENT. The Public Should Know Them. _ . Xkw York, October 10, 1852. Mrs. Hardey, No. 119 Suffolk street, writes ns that she hu been troubled with worms for some three yews, and that she used one vial of Dr. M'Lane's Cele- brated Vermifuge, which brought away over fifty large worms. Her nsual good health immediately returned. Mm. Quigby, No. 18S Essex street, New York, under daWtf November 28, 1852, writes ns that she had a ehUd which had been unwell for better than two months. She procured a bottle of iTLane's Vermifuge, and ad it. The c ild passed a large quantity of woiua, and in a few days was as "hearty as ever it had Parents, with sach testimony before them, should not hesisate when there is any reason to suspect wotms, and lose no time in procuring and administering D*- M'Lane's Vermifuge. It never fails, and is perfectly safe. . J(E^Pur chasers will be careful,to ask for Dr. M?Lane*"s Celebrated Vermifage, manufactured by Fleming Bros, of Pittsburg, Pa. Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 May 1856

841IFF0NIO TEXAN. Wc cut the following advertisement from a paper published in the tar west:— j. "To rent, a house in Melville avenue, ioca- TEliMS t . : ted immediately alongside of a fine plutn gar- Srifltonrow—Two dollars per annum, invariably in . from which an abundant sujjply may he £ an lis for Gale. patent illcis'uuu tlotcta. patent i'ilcuirincs. iUisttllancous JIcfiEOD, OlKAUl) & ALSBCRY DON'T DESPAIR l4fuet. . . Rdtri of Advertising t fir etch of ri^kt linr.4. or less. Nonpareil Kk>'h ralMeqanit insertion. AfWf tfm week*. Hutlm* Car-U. t* Knei or less, per annum, i'ur cht months. For tUreo mwilln. . , Dv <- lrt-n-i. eluuigeaW'-Tiarterly, per nnnam. Hitt : do *- f> Ujnrlw Oft ®". . .M , , . All vsept V.-vl a<ivort: mroU. hmOrO in b. ia-; in irkst witli I lie numhnr of iusertlc.ns i stolen during the season, llcnt low, and the •S1 jf, I greater part taken in plums." io oo i From the Soundwicii Islands.—i"; -1! General Land Agents, w SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TP. df...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 May 1856

Is- L- tr£3 SAN Ef^ : HUSTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOB. OFFICE, IN THE OLD VERIMENDI HOUSE, SOLID AD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, 1N ADVAMCJB VOL. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS i THUKSMY, MAY 22, 1856. NO'; 31. IJrofessional €arlis. A"' A. LEWIS, . ATTORNEY ANT) COUNSELOR AT • Law, San Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. {^.Office, on south aide XHitarj Plata, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly C REICH, ArroRWT AT Law axd General Lasu • Agist, Fusbbsicksbcrgr, Tkxas, will practice in all the courts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Supreme and Federal Coarts 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 Wastern Texas. HART.BS A- RiraSELL. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at Law and Notory Public, Helena. Karnes County, Texas, will practice in the Courts jrenerally throughout Western Texas, and attend promptly to business entrust-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 May 1856

V &Sm iAN A8T0NI0 TEXAN. SAR Hinrstfay, ANTONIO. "• Mly 22, OEMOCRATIC TICKET. F F.lieCT'W."* rOKplfAlg AT LARGE, BOWDEN, Ttwk, PR.XXK IT UN*. R. SCURRY, of Victoria. V PWTJUCT Eunow. A. J- ir()Ol). of Cherokee, A. J. liAMtLTON, oj Travis. KKTm)I FM( 4T JCt'in.AI. MslRKT. : II. A. tiOOLEY. • -- ■ , TOR rOMriKOlIiR: JAMES B. SHAW, FOR TREASCRFF ; JAMES II. RAYMOND. FOB ATTOBNEV GESHUL- JAMES WILLIE. rrt.tr.Am to the national rowi ntton . W. S. OLDHAM. IL P. BEE. JACOB WJELDER. G. M. BRYAN. ALTERNATE?: J. W. SCOTT. G. \r. HILL. J. \V. DASCY. F. W. LATHAM. in ELECTION. FOR SHERIFF. ry We are authorised to announce JOITS TOBBIX is-* candidate for Sheriff of Bexar County, at the next An|ust Election,—Sutyect to the nomination of the (Vmocratic party. £y*- We are authorized to announceW. G, TOBIK, aa a candidate for the office of Sbcci*af Bexar county, at the next August election,—«ui jeet to tb« decision of the Democratic CearesUuu to be held on the Crat Hoc darra Jnenext. ay We are-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 May 1856
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 May 1856

scriitfaNio tbxan. $1 01 JM 10 0* 6 0« 4 01 1C5 0> To <* U5 Ot. I^.Tfo dollars per annum, invariably in " - •'=' jtMn af AdmlWns t rnakehli«u« of eight limm, or less, N'oup&rcH, MiMkKfwat iasertiou, 'After thru* w*ek-i. liilitu Card*. tea lines or lesa, per annum, For rf# For Ikm nwallH. On« eMa'uu. changeable quarterly, per inuum. Half <1 ll, ,to Quutcr da _, do <lu , , . . . All e*a*ptVsgal advertisements, handed in wtthou biinj mirko-t vritU the miralx-r or in-vrtioni desired will he continued till •therwuc ordered, and cliarged at the b nlw. _ of c3Q«U«IatM for office, five dollars. PoBtlca.1 circulars and communications of a private vr parmxl nature, will be charged at the same rates a1 advertisement*. No communication or advertisement of an abu ■It* character, will be inserted in our columns, on ut A dedoetioe at 20 per cent will be allowed Postmasters vIm act ma Agents in procuring subscriptions and making work of all descriptions, executed with neatness and o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 May 1856

'/^ L J SAN e. & huston, editor and proprietor. OFFICE, IN THE OlD VERIMENDI HOUSE, SOLID AD St two dollars per annum, in advance, VOL. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1850. Professional (£arDs. A a- LEWIS; .ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELOR AT • Law, Sea Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to all barim**entrusted to his care.' ®n,Oflice, on south ■Me unitary Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-1y Business (Saris. * HOT AND COIjD BATHS. MADAM MASSE respectfully announces to the ladies and gentlemen of San Antonio, that she has fitted up. at considerable expense a large and commodious C REICH, Jtmuir at Law axd General Land • Agist, FuroiaiciSBUKGn. Texas, wilt practice in ■lithe courts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at Austin He will give apodal ami prompt attention to the collection of debts. an l to b?yin£, selling and locating lands, and to procurl iaf patent* for linds in any portion of Western Texas. CHARLES A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 May 1856

SUN ANTONIO TEXAN. SAW ANTONIO. Thursday, - - - May 29, 1856. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KKKCTiKtS FoK r«TATK AT F-XRUK. FRANK. \V. UOWfoKX.ty /?«*, \W K. StTiiKI". tf Vicfoiiu. T>I. TRitt FJ.Krrors. A*, -K UOOn. of Okemfo'c, A. J. uAMILTOX, Traciss. 4 ,FXTon ron ith .irmcjai. i t : it. A. bOOLEV. FOR rn\UTKOU.KR : JAtfES B. SIIAAV, FOR TREASURER ; JAMES II. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORXET, GEJjEpAt* JAMES WILLIE. T FLE«ATES TO THE KiftlOX A).' (/INTENTION". W. S. OLDHAM. R.P. BEB. JACOB WiELDER, t*. M. BRYAN. Al.\"ER>«t*KP: . i. W. SCOTT. 'G. W. IIILL. 4. W. DANCY, - F. W. LATHAM. The Candidate for President. Douglas is our choice as the Democratic candidate for the next President. Pierce and Buchanan are available, and either of them if nominated 'by the Cincinnati convention, would Tfiee't with a hearty support from the Democracy in every State in the Union.— I Were* no doubt will receive the largest vote' Ho! For Sew Mexico. A company of some twelve energetic and experienced men, passed thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 5 June 1856

HUSTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, IN THE OLD VERIMENDI HODSE, SOLID AD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE; OL. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1856, NO. 33. professional €arbs. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT , San Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to is entrusted to his care. f&^Office, on south |rj Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly 3H, Attorsby at Law axd Gsneral Land fasdshicksbdrgh, Tkxas, will practice in krts of the Fourth Judical District, and in the Ind Federal Courts at Austin He will give n prompt attention to the collection of debts ring, selling and locating lands, and to procur. ts for land* in any portion of Western Texas. 1 A. KUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Iw and Notory Public, Helena, Karnes County, 1 practice in the Courts generally throughout exas, and attend promptly to business entrust- are from a distance. 37-1 y TRIBBLING, Attorney and Counsellor at Helena, Karnes county. Texas. Having jtly located in Helena, would respectfully ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 5 June 1856

SAN Thursday, ANTOXIO. June 5, 1856. ggmOCRATIC TICKET, . r XUECTORS FOK STATE AT LARGE, , 1 frank w. bow den. of Ru*k, ' ~W. r. scurry, of Victoria. ' -*Sfc irRIC?Kt.ECTOR?. A. J. HOOD. qT Cherokee, A. j. hamilton, of Travis. £ e r> ELECTOR FOR 4TH JORICTAL DISTRICT M A. DOQLEY, TOR COMPTROLLER : JAMIE'S B. SHAW, for ATTORNEY GENERAL' JAMES WILLIE. 1 m • • -FOB TREASURES; J,.* JAMES H. RAYMOND, '* WL0GATES TO THE NATIONAL COXYFSTION. w. S. OLDHAM. H. P. BEE, Jacob wilder, q. m. bryan. i L. < w-- :1\ —. iar ALTERNATES: i . J. W. SCOTT, G. W. niLL. ^hJ, W* DANCY, F. W. LATHAM. IDfiPST ELECTION. FOK SHE.KIFF. "|J We are authorized to announce JOHN DOBBIN, %a a sandidate for Sheriff of Bexar Cpantjr, at the next August Election,—Subject to the nomination of the ! party. ' U**e are authorize! tc^fipbunce TV. O. TO KIN. at a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bexar county at the next August election.—subject to the decision of * the\)emoer Ue Coaven tion to be held on the first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 12 June 1856

Tt :■ fBJLO -ajfessU sSS k. U r'Vtl v&?> e. g , EDITOE' AID PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, IN TIIE 01D VERIMEKDI HOUSE, SOLIDAD ST. TWO DOLLARS PER AMUM. I.\ ADY P/2C £ VIII. " SAFANTOlio, TEIASlTflDBSDAYr JUNE 12, 1850. rx t - . Professional (Slurbs. tjrtfisf A A. Lkwis, aworney axd counselor at .La*tSu> Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to all boaiaeaa entrusted to his care. tg^Office, on south •14* Military Plaza, in'the Bejareno Office. 21-ly c. REICH, Attokxbt at Law and Gkxeral Land Agbtt, Fkkdkiuckjbukgii, Tex.h, will practice in all the courtaof the Fourth Judical District, and in the Sapreme and Federal Court* at Austin lie will give special aad prompt attention to the collection of debts, aad to boyiag, telling and locating lands, and to procur. i t pateata for lands In any portion of Western Texas. CHARMS A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at Law aad Notorjr Public, Helena, Karnes County, Texas, wUl practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Texas, and attend p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 12 June 1856

SAN mm TEXAN. SAW ANTONIO. Tkarsday, - - - June 12, 1856. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FJJSrT'MS FOK STATE AT I. A HOE, FRANK \V. DOWDEN. of ffn*k, W. R. SCCKRY, "f Victoria. W-T7.IC? EIXCTOns. A. J. IlOCflX >f ChenJuc. A. J. HAMILTON. / Trails. n.KcrohTrtP. «• jvmciai. M-=TKII T : >1. A. DOOLEY. FOR COilVi'FOI.UJ? JAMES B. SHAW, rOr. TUEASCRFP. ; - JAMES II. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL- JAMES WILLIE. WUKAnCS TO, THE NATION* AT. CONTENTION. W. S. OLDHAM. II. P. BEE. JACOB WILDER, G.M.BRYAN. - ALTERNATES: J.W. SCOTT. G. W. mLL. J.W. DANCY, F. W. LATHAM. 1BT ELECTION. FOB. DISTRICT CLERK. iyg« «w authorized to ancennce G. H. KELSON, •« a candidate for the office of Pistrict Clerk at the Mxt Angust election,—subject to the nomination of the Democratic partr. 0* We are authorized to announce CH'tS. L LEGE, ai a candidate for District Clerk at the next August election, subject to the naminatioa of the Democratic Party tea- We are authorised to announce _G. W. BROW, ef Karat* county, as a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 10 July 1856

SAN E. ft HUSTON, EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, IN TH3J OLD VERIMENDI HOUSE, SOLID AD ST. TEXAN. TWO DOLLARS PER AMBM, IK ADVANCE. VOL. VIII. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: THURSDAY, JULY 10, NO. 38. professional tfarfrs. AiT LEWli, attorney and counselor at • Lav, Sw Antoaio. Texas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. on soutli aide Military Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ty C REICH, Attorxbt at Law asd Gismi Land • A€KXT, Fkhdekicksbcruu, Texas, will practice in all 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 baying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- ing patents for lands in any portion of Western Texas. CHARLES A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at Lair and Notory;Fablic, Helena, Karnes County, s* \ Texas, will practice in the Courts generally throughout Western Texas, and attend promptly to business entrust- ed to hi* care from a d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 10 July 1856

SAT ASTOSJO. rtil'aday, - - - Jaiy 10, IS56. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR rKESIPEXT, bT Peuii*ylvaui2« #OH VICE PK ESI OEM* IC. BRECfflRIDGE. Of Kentucky, BEXAR COUYrFMMISATIONs Ft r Judge of the Fourth Judicial 'Ais'r'cl. T. J. DEVINE. For District Attorne FRANK EGAN. " For Chief Justice. JOHN D." McLEOTV For District Clerk, G. U. NELSON. ror District Surveyor, FRANCIS GIM A UP. For County Clerk. SAM. S. SMITH. For Sheriff, JOHN DOBBIN. For County Treasurer^ LOUIS 7.0RK. For Assessor 4 Collector, If. L. it A DA Z. For C'jvntu Comxiizs:oners, BEITLK. J. A CTTAYEF. T R. HUSTON, JOHN FRIES. The Devices of Demnjjoguis. A disinterested person would beCotr.e dis- gusted to witness the cohdnct and maneuver- in gs of some of the leaders of the party, who are arrayed in opposition to the democratic party of Bexar county, in tl'u present can- vass ; but to a person who is in the enjoy- ment of the elective franchise, aivl is some- j -.vhat acquainted with the tricks and cun- : 'ling device s of th...

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