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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 August 1855

i? *■' SiTew a. cTivais. ^jTE h ive jost received l*rge addi- j t.oa to tmr former stock of JKWKLlílf, fltasútlng in p irt of C51 i aii Si TST Watchss, § eeta^es< Ka" Rings, Bra=eets, PL ger KijS* I*i ilea' a i G-J'it'a Vatch Chalas, fo) aa3 Ba-t Buck'-es, fellver Car i Casi and Fort Monaies, Wa.ch K. ?ys, O a^ma. Fishes, Cold a u Si verPe.ici'8 wlihPens. Also, a Urge assortment of Pena fruui the Faot iries of liffccmt celobr^te l ui ikor-^ Fin® Fren -h CLOCKS, with glass fth i le*. S<>ect te es au i H atch Classes. kjpt constantly on h.tn 1. 3l-tf J <1 & D. BELL Unjuirs5 Unrrctü.tj. j A 0 COOLEY, Attorney n-j Lvvr aud /A. General Land Ageut, FreJorLksburg, Texas. rkperknce8.. TTon. W. E. Jones, Seguin, Mnj. M. Erski " , Seguin, J Twohi , SLm Antonio, 11 M. Lewis' San Antonio, E. D. Lane ft Co., Fredotú-ks- l>ur«r. M it t)U3 i c53 Üuirtum ÜilJiill'33 Ui.CCtaiTÍ. iVcto livrli .ibucrtisciuciits. C <t t- ' A A. LEW [S, Attorney au 1 Counsellor at • L iw,—Will 551 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 August 1855

$3 A YEAR, ÍÑ ADVA CE M. BOITRKE, Proprietor. VOL V. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATl MUST 18, 1855. EtECTION RETURNS. Fort Clark, Texts, > August 13, 1855. ) Editor San Antonio Ledger: t~ Dear Sit—By the express just from Fort Davis, we have the BEXAR /COUNTY. tO <0 iO IO JO to to •— —!Oitf*COtO*—OCOOO cnci tf* CO to Ol tf*OOtO — a o S s> 5--S CO>.QQ A Beautiful Poem. i The first thing, in the way oí business, that our hands touched last Monday morning, 'was the charming poem on "My Brother." Hardly had the morn- ing rigen thcoügh its- first hour of sun- shine, when, as we were wondering how mqch o£ the Pen tie Sabbath would at- tend oip/toifffltouglyifchfe busy week, thisdelicsrte4nd fragrant breath brou •w-J ts swee.t refreshing-1o oar heart, "3 fair.author fs but, seventeen years of age:— Southern Times. MY BROTHER. Oh, briar rose, clamber, And cover the chamber— The chamber so dreary and lone— Where with meekly-closed lips, And eyes in eclipse, My brother lies under the sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 August 1855

THE LEDílRF. SATURDAY, AUGUST It*, S8. EST- Returns from all the comities in Illinois show a majority of 14,060 • votes against the prohibitory liquor law. " TííípI About midnight, pn flriday, we had a delicious rain, whid\ *g%ve us a cooler air, and made the gardener's smite. *-• m ^ - • Robert ScHUYi^:r.-*We%¿ i fonn- ed by a friend in London, gays-the New- York paper, thaf Mr. Robert Ssh^ ler was in that city in the lattef part of May, and dined with several New York- era at Ling's Hotel. He did not, our fiiend assures us, - manifest any appre- hension of arrest under the extraordi- nary provisions of the Ashburton trea- ty, far from it; he was well at ease, and contemplated an early return to the United States; confident in the be- lief that he could satisfy the world of the integrity of his conduct! We can see no impediment to the return of Mr. Schuyler. It has been decided by the highest courts of this State, .as well as those of Connecticut, that all the over- issues of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 August 1855

m ■m* STOY & CO. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS. L. W. STOY & Co. fir T the old and well known stand, corner JTL Main Plaza and Commerce street, are now in receipt of their Fall and Winter goods to which they invite the attention of the pub- lic. On kand, a large stock of Clothing, Pry «foods, Hardware Cutlery and all articles usu- ally found in stores, which they will sell on reasonable terms, for cash. 6tf MATS, CAPS, &c. HATS Caps, Ac., Ac., just received and now opening of the latest style, and silk hats, to which we invite the attention of gentlemen wanting something nice. Also, hats and caps for boys, for sale by L \V. STOY & Co. FIRE ARMS AND MUNITIONS RIFLES, Shot Guns, Powder, Lead, Caps and everything in the sportsmans line. Also, a few pair Mantan's celebrated Pistols, English manufacture just received and for :-ale at 6tf STOY <fc Co's. JUST RECEIVED. A Good lot of saddles, bribes, harness, buggy and carriage whips, surcingles, . girths, <fee., Ac., at 6tf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 August 1855

n 311181 i ■, ■ <*'- v:- ., ¿ ; ^ t~ ":" v- * ÉɧS ' ' ' .• 8VS- H? Business Oircctorp. A 0. COOLET, Attorney « Law and rl« General Land Agent, Fredericksburg, Texas. KftPKftEHCES. lion. W. R. Jobee, Seguin, Maj. M. Erskine, Seguin, J. Twohig, San Antonio, H. M. Lewis, oan Antonio, B. D. Laiie A Co., Fredericks- burg. 14 ly A A. LEWIS, Attorney and Counsellor at • Law,—Will give bis undivided attention to all business entrusted to bis care. Office in the Bejareno, Military Square, San Antonio, Texas. 14 y K. r. BUCKMKR • • w. B. leigfi. BUCKNER k LEIGH, Attorneys and Coun- sellors at Law, San Antonio, Téxaé, will practico in the District Courts of Bexar. Medina, Gillespie, Comal, Guadalupe, Cald- well and Gonzales counties, and in the Fed- eral and Supreme Courts at Austin. [51 CL. CREIGfi, Attorney, and Counselor at ■ Law, Seguin, Texas, will attend prompt- ly to all business intrusted to his care in the Second Judicial District. 42 ly FRANK EGAN, Attorney and Counselor at Law a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

r ' mm 8 M. Bül/RIvE, Proprietor. WEEKLY EDITION. A YEAR, In Advance. VOL V. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855, NO. 38. <)\\f HObei'ííjSÍflí] ftfrecioHj. A Iiu'mUtration Notice, Estate nfJos. Malloy. AiaLury, Hanson, Land Agent, and dealer in ¡"•tone and Negroes, Main Plaza. An l Trun, F. S., Attorney at Lair, Austin, Tt X 19. Vihworth, J. k A. C., Grocers and Commis- sion Merchants, Indianola, Tixas. ' -hworfh & Bergeon, Wholesale Grocers, etc., Indianola, Texas. Kenmis, Julia?, B<x>ks, Stationery, etc, etc, Commerce sired. Bu knor k Leigh, Attorneys at Law, Com- merce street. Buch:in:in, J. D , Attorney at Lair, Military Plaza. Basel, Wit ., General a id Commission Mer- chant. New Braunfels, Texan. Boxar Exchange, James N. Fisk, Commerce street. Rurko k Co , Furniture Dealers, etc., Lavaca, Terns. J5e!I. J. (J. A D., Jewelers, etc , Commerce st. Citation, ./. M. Tacrine Jj- Co. vs. Benj. Thomas. Cnis'i.y & Co, Boots, Shoes, Hats, ete., Com- merce stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

(From the "Sentinel," of Angas* H- u The principies of the American par- ty were published to the world; conse- quently they were open to honorable and courteous discussion—bet not to misreoresentation and abase. What w^STmsniier In which they were met? The world abroad should know it, and we rive them. «When they found their orators were overmatched* in argument in a contest with the American speakers, deter- mined, as they were, to carry the day at all hazards, as a last resort, they called to their aid a power whose chains bind so strongly the souls of men—that power at whose thunders alike the prince upon his throne, the plumed chieftain at the head of his hosts, and the humble cottager at his heárth, has grown pale—whose hordes of priests, with their dungeons, racks and thumb- screws, have so often filled nations with mourning, and whose influence over their ignorant followers fal* surpasses that attained by Alaric oyer his Visi- goths, or Attilla over his Huns. Now, here is a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

¡m More Idle Threats.—We invite the attention of every freeman to the ex- tract given below. Proposed intimida- tion, now. will be as fruitless as " We warn the Mexicans" was before the late flection; and one more purely upon principle has never been had in any country possessing universal suffrage.— Keep this " ulterior" notion before the public eye in the "good time coming." when our watch-word shall be, " De- mocracy, Cuba, and Kansas-Nebraska." "Mexicans have stated, that they were threatened with excommunication if they voted the American ticket. They were told that t-hey should not receive a Catholic burial, nor a burial in conse- crated ground, nor their children after them. I* this not an interference, di- rect. of Church in matters of State? These people are not a reading j^eople. and have been imposed upon by dema- gogues and designing priests. The only thing that they have heard read is £1 Bejareno, and that not giving the most Tivorable version of the principles of the A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

IIS I r • Pnbllc a «tíon Ex-Judge Walker, late co-proprietor of the New Orleans Delta, TMiting Fredericksburg, Virginia, lately, was in- vited by his Mow-citizens to address the Democratic Association on the sub- ject of Know-Nothingism. He declines doing so in a letter of some length, from which we give extracts. Fifteen years absence from his native town, and daring that period residing in a French-Catholic community, has given the citizens of Louisiana a fur oppor- tunity to judge in any matter question- ing the good citizenship of an intelli- gent and conscientious body of our fellow-citizens: [From the Fredericksburg (Va.) Recorder.] * * * u Bat it is denied that this new movement is a war against relig- ious freedom or the .rights of a particu- lar sect. Specious and mellifluous gen- eralities are sent forth, affirming the ¡devotion of this new party to religious freedom and the rights of conscience. The generalities do not meet the ques- tion fairly. They cannot save their pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

f 6 I KJ 1 NEW FIRM AND NEW GtJOLS i , w. sroy a Co. AT the old and well kn.vrn it in I, corner Miin Pl iM iini Commerce street, are ¡ now in receipt of their Fall in 1 Winter ¿nxwls iu which they invite the attention f the |.u >- lic. On h ind, a I irge stock «>f tlothiiij, I rv Goods, Hardware Cutlery an 1 all artirlns usu- ally foun i in stores, which they will sell on reason able terms, tor cash. itf HATS, CAPS, Ac. HATS Caps, Ac., Ac, jutrt received and now opening of the litest style, an tsilkh-its. to whi-jh we invite the attention i t" gentlemen wanting something nice Also iir.ts and caps lor boys, lor Bale by I, W STO\ A Co 1 FIRK ARMS ANI> MUNITIONS. RIFLES, Sh«t <«un*, Powder, Lead, Cufie an 1 everything in the sjiortsmana lioe Also, a few pair M tnt in's celebrated l'istols, English manufacture just received an I for mle -t fitf STflV A >•'.* Jiisf Ki^tü.n ta). A Good lot of saddles, l>ri-lies , harness, j \ bn< gy and earritge whips, surcingles, gir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

y" The 111 EQécts of Proscription. The Roman Empire, when the great ©at in extent, and t e most popu ou?r! during the third century after the Christian era. ha3 been estimated by Gibbon to have had a population of 120,000,000; about half of whom were slaves. M. A. Morean de Jonnea, a learned statician of France, with all the lights of modern science, has re- cently estimated it at onlj about 8-5,- 000,000, (in his statistiques des Peupies de L'Aniiquite.) The Empire then comprised all southern Europe, wes- tern Aaia, and northern Africa; and -when wo take into consideration the vast extent of territory, nmch of which was very productive ; the mild climate of the countries bordering on the Med- iterranean Sea, of all others the best adapted to supply the wants of man in a low state of civilization, and enable mankind to multiply and increase in numbers; together with the state of agriculture, and the mechanic arts, and the degree of civilization, which the . Horn an s had attained, i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

'i POSTSCRiPTUM. As we were going to presa, we re- ceived a copy of the Galveston Civilian, fr• m which we glean the following re- turns in that county; — Pease. 4JÚ ; Dickson, 2.38; Runnels 398; Jowers. 255 ; Neill, 13; Bell, 416 ; Hancock, 2 8; Fields, 467: Crosby. 122; for Del Act, 11. ■t Act, 355; against Debt Recapitulation.—The returns from thirty counties give Pease a majority over Dickson of ¿010. We have also two Democratic Senators to one Ivnovv- Nothing; seventeen Representatives to six. From Mexico. The revolution still gains strength on our frv>ntier. The Brownsville Ameri- can Flag states that Gen. Woll had fallen back from Revnoso upon Mata- Obtaiuing Revenge. Mr. Snarl resides in Forsyth street. Mr. Snarl is an old bachelor, with an Irish girl for housekeeper. Snarl lives in good style, but has some queer no- tions. líe dislikes dogs above all Including Dickson's strong- holds—Grimes, Robertson, Madison, etc.,—Pease is sixteen hundred votes ahead. Twenty-eight cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

• * í JES? Uní s*-* fttran #5^ i-VV- ■ - «ator is not w ith Jef - on the Missouri Compromise question. Here is the language of the author of the Declaration, in a letter to "W. Short, dated April 13. 1820. Extract from a letter to Jain Adams, dated Lie ember 1 Qth, 1619. "The Banks, Baukrupt-law. Manufac- tures, Spanish treaty, «re nothing. These are occurrences, which like wavr* in th'? storm. pass under the ship. But the Missouri question is a breaker, on which we lose the Missouri country by revolt, au.l whit more. Goil onlv knows. * * * 1 thank God 1 shall nut live to witness its issue." Extract of a letter frum Wm Short, dated Ayril l^tk, 1KQ. The Missouri question aroused and filled nie with alarm. The old schism of federal and republican threatened nothing, liecause it existed in every State, and united them together in Mie fraternism of party. But the coinci- dence of a marked principle, moral and political, with a geographical line once concehed. I feared would never more |...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

Abolition Kidnapping at Philadelphia. Another of the most infamous trans- actions which too often disgrace North- ern cities, has just occurred in Phila- delphia. It appears that on the after- noon of the 18th inst., Mr. Wheeler. 17. S. Minister to Nicaragua, who was passing through Philadelphia on his way to New York, accompanied by three colored servants, a woman aud two boys, went on board the steamboat Washington at Walnut street wharf, and remained unmolested until just be- lore the third bell rang for starting for New York. Suddenly a gang of negroes, beaded by a man named Passmor* Wil- liamson,an official member of the Anti- Slavery Society, went on board, and. notwithstanding the woman and the boys expressed their desire to go with their master, forced them ashore, one of the gang of negroes saying to Mr. Wheeler, "If you interfere I will cut your throat on the spot, from ear to ear." The woman and boys were then placed in a cab and driven off, amid the cheers of the negroes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

i, Mm f < - _ fíS^t- iptl -v>'. r„ -- t: ¿k The San Antonio Ledger. PUBLISHED BY M. BOPRKE, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. TTi.c!:bjj per annum 3 00 I.VVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. RATES OF ADVERTISING : single square of ten lines, or less, 81 00 for the fi.st insertwn,and 50 cents addi- tional fur each subsequent insertion. /. liberal deduction made on yearly advertise- ments, and to those vho advertise by the year. Advertisements not specified as to 4ime, will be published one monlk, and charged ac- cordingly. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. fry All job work done in this office ust be paid for on delivery. AGENTS FOR THE LEDGER. The following gentlemen are duly authoriz- e 1 to receive and receipt for all moneys due t ils office, and receive and forward subscrip- tions, advertisements and job work. Those i ¿ lobted will confer a favor by calling on these goatlcmen as soon as possible : Chas. Clark, True Delta Office. J. Gordon, Esq., Seguin; Bernard, Holbein & ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

STOY & CO. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS m 4. ^ w- STOY A Co. AT the old and well known stand, corner Mam Plaza and Commerce street, are now m reeeipt of their Fall and Winter goods to which they invite the attention of the pub- lic. On hand, a large stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hardware Cutlery and all articles Usu- ally found in stores, which they will sell on reasonable terms, for cash. 6tf HATS, CAPS, Ac. HATS Caps, «fee., &c., just received and now opening of the latest style, and silk hats, to which we invite the attention of gentlemen wanting something nice. Also, hats and caps for boys, for sale by L. \V. STOY A Co. San Antonio Drug Store. Sign of the GolOei) ^ MAIN PLAZA, VANCE & BROTHER, • vance & brother; MAIN PLAZA, SAN ANTONIO. IJAYE now in store, and are constantly re- FIRE ARMS AND iMUNITIONS. RIFLES, Shot Gnns, Powder, Lead, Caps and everything in the sportsmans line. Also, a few pair Mantan's cclebiated Pistols, English manufacture just received and for §a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 25 August 1855

Y Easiness EHrfrtoro. ■ . 'iff «/ ia% i* 5 gr4 A O. COOLEY, Attorney Law and A« General Land Agent, FrederiekBburg, Texas. REFERENCES. Hon. W. E. Jones, Seguin, Maj. M. Erskine, Seguin, J. Twohig, San Antonio, H. M. Lewis. San Antonio, E. I). Lane A Co., Fredericks burg. 14 ly \A. LEWIS, Attorney and Counsellor at • Law,—Will give his undivided attention *0 all business entrusted to his care. Office in the Bejareno, Military Square, San Antonio, Texas. 14 y b. P. buckner w. b. leigh. BUCKNER A LEIGH, Attorneys and Coun- sellors at Law, San Antonio, Texas, will jractice in the District Courts of Bexar. Medina, Gillespie, Comal, Guadalupe, Cald- well and Gonzales countics, and in the Fed- eral and Supreme Courts at Austin. [51 L. CREIGH, Attorney and Counselor at v_y . Law, Seguin, Texas, will attend prompt- ly to all business intrusted to his care in the Second Judicial District. 42 ly I^RANK EGAN, Attorney and Counselor at Law and General Land Agent. San Antonio, Texas. All business...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

an Entonto itMtx M. BOURKE, Proprietor. WEEKLY EDITION. YOL. Y. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1855. $3 A TEAR, In Advance. NO. 39. 0i|ir Udbetfisiiig JDiirecfoi'ij. Auction Sale, Carolan it King, Main Plaza. Administration Notice, Estate of Jos. Maüoy. Alabury, Hanson, Land, Agent, and dealer in Stone and Negroes, Main Plaza. Anderson, F. S., Attorney at Law, Austin, Texas. Ash worth, J. A A. C., Grocers and Commis- sion Merchants, Indianola, Texas. Aahworth A Bergeon, Wholesale Grocers, etc., Indianola, Texas. Bracht, Victor, Groceries, etc., Commerce st. Berends, Julius, Books, Stationery, etc., etc., Commerce street. Backner A Leigh, Attorneys at Law, Com- merce street. Buchanan, J. D., Attorney at Law, Military Plaza. Basel, Wm., General and Commission Mer- chant, New Braunfels, Texas. Bexar Exchange, James N. Fisk, Commerce street. Burke A Co , Furniture Dealers, etc., Lavaca, Texas. Bell, J. G. A D., Jewelers, etc., Commerce st. Citation, J. M. Devine Co. vs.Benj....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

■ ¿Vv; THE DERVISES IN CONSTAN- TINOPLE. We have translated the following sto- ry from a German journal, " Die Grenz- boten," published at Leipsic, Germany. It is given there as a translation from the Servian Crotian language. The au- thor is a priest of the Franciscan order in Bosnia. His name is Inkie. He was well known as one of the agitators in the last Bosnian rebellion. Boston Weekly ¿Messenger. Numbers of devout dervises go up every year to the larger cities of the Ottoman empire. They are especially fond of Constantinople. A year does not pass in which they do not appear in this holy city. Some come from Persia, others from Asia Minor, others again _ „ w uul t ? „c torn Bagdad and elsewhere. Here they ; have nothing wherewith to bury him. surround themselves with a cloud of! if some one does not care for his soul! piety and poverty, and remind the in- It is a pious work to bury anv dead ía Mtants ot Constantinople how noble j but how much greater to do this honor io their ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

■p Trickery. From the Clarksville Standard we learn that many unworthy means were resorted to, in the northern and eastern counties, to deceive our friends, and the Democracy generally. Among other evidences, we give the following, from The Standard, of August 11: •'The Know-nothings claim to be gratified by the result, and* should be satisfied with the success of their de- ceptions, although, we imagine it has not been sufficient to give them the elec- tion of Evans: but upon the true test between Pease and Dickson, or upon the candidates for Lieutenant Governor, where the race vvaa run fairly, and no attempt to create a prejudice against either candidate 011 either side, they are nearly everywhere behind; and it will be found that even in Titus, where they have got a majority for Evans, the Anti- Know-nothing candidates for Senator and Floater, have been elected by large majorities. In Bowie, Mr. Runnels' constituents chose to vote for him for Lieutenant Governor and Representativ...

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