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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

i The San Antonio Ledger. rCIUSHKD bt m: boübke, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekbjy per annum á w ijcvariablt iar advawcie. RATES OP ADVERTISING : single square of ten lines, or tew, 11 00 for the fit t insertion, and, 50 cents addi- tional for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made on yearly advertise- tpatUs, and to those who advertise by the year. Advertisements not specified as to time, will be published one month, and charged ac- cordingly. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. |ffy All job work done in this office ust be paid for on delivery. AGENTS FOR TUB LEDGER. The foilovring.gentlemen are duly authoriz- ed to receive and receipt for all moneys due this office, and receive and forward subscrip- tions, advertisements and job work. Those indebted will confer a favor by calling onthese -gentlemen as soon as possible: Chas. Clark, True Delta Office. J. Gordon, Esq., Seguin; Bernard, Holbein & Co., Corpus Christi; Jas. Howerton, Indianola; D. Ll...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

1 Mff 'nirmmn11uuw.ll>11NIWJII_'1 1IHP ii«m UBII 0M^0^J^h^poo5eí|ce. New York, Aug 8, 1855. Editor Sun Antonio Ledger: Sir—There ñas •been a fair demand for cotton during the past two weeks, and especially for the last few days, and priees have advanced fully a \c. The €tOck of cotton here is mo derate, and' oür usual summer <3.*;nan<l from manufacturers, with occasional pur- chases for shipment, will probably sus- tain prices for the next two months, without regard to foreign n«ws. The decline of £d. in the Liverpool market brought by the Baltie, will probably make a quiet market for a day or two, but holders are very firm and will re sist any decline. We hear of some complaints of injury to the growing crop from rain, but they are not general. We quote for Texas cotton : Ordinary 10 @— Good Ordinary 10J@— Low Middling 11 @— Middling 11J@— Good Middling 12 @— Middling Fair 12|@— Yours, respectfully, SMALL WOOD, ANDERSON A CO. Mr. Editor: Know all Men by these Presentí that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

1 If a merchant would have around substantial customers, let him by every mean3 in his power support and foster the mechanics of his village, and, as they become more wealthy, their cus- tom will increase, especially on those articles on which he makes the greatest profita, for it is undeniable that, as men becomc more wealthy, they also be- come more luxurious, and no merchant will deny that articles of luxury al- ways afford the greatest profits. The habit of importing large quantities of fheap and half-made articles of compe- tition with our village mechanics, is short-sighted and wrong, both a& re cards-the mechanic and consumer ; and use or a nose—A good story kj told of Mozart, at the time he wds a pupil of Haydn. The latter chsflle^jged his pupil to compose a piece of m'asic which he could not play at sfight. Mozart ac- cepted the banter, and a cbampaigne supper was to be the forfeit. Every thing being arrange*} between the two composers, Mozart tooiv his pen and a sheet ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 September 1855

I pay- |Kti. .. and radii- bn let I infic - K0. |t wiit citv Coí- )hii:h 1000 1 Pn'" the lieal bicui loriit I wiH STOY & CO. ^'newfiRM and new goods. x * Íj. W. STOY & Co. , J jbe oi l and well known stand, corner A Main Plaza and Commerce street, are now in receipt of their Fall and Winter goods M which thev ievite the attention of the pub- lic On hand, a large stock of Clothing, Dry ijoods, Hardware Cutlery and all articles usu- ally found in stores, which they will sell ou reasonable terms, for cash. 6tf HATS, CAPS, AC. HATS Caps, &<■*•, &c., jn.-t received and now opening of the latest style, and silk hats, to which we invite the attention of gentlemen wintiníí something nice. Also, hats and caps for boys, for sale by L W. STOY & Co. San Antonio Drus: Store. o Sign of the GíoiOeí) |¡f ^foHqr. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. JM. DEVINE <fc CO. have now in store • and on the way from Northern markets, a large and full supply of Every Article in the VANCE & B.BOTH...

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

■ , i & - i i I - • ] Business Ptrrrtoni. A O. COOLEY, Attorney aj Law and A. Gánsral Land Agent, Fredericksburg, Texas. refkkkncbs. Hon. W. E. Jones, Seguin, Maj. M. Erskine, Ssgain, J. Tvtr>hig, San Antonio, H. M. Lewis. San Antonio, E- D. Lane A Co., Froderieks- Larg 14 ly Snsincss Dirrctorti. C. E. JEFFERSON, A A. LEWIS, Attorney and Counsellor at XX Law,—Will give hid undivided attention to al! business entrusted to his care. Office in the Bejareno, Military Square, San Antonio, Texas. 14 y e. f. bttckner w. b. leigh. BUCKNER A LE 10-11, Attorneys and Coun- sellors at Law, San Antonio, Texas, will practice in the District Courts of Bexar. Mciina, Gillespie, Comal, Guadalupe, Cald- woll and Gonzales counties, and in the Fed- eral and Supreme Courts at Austin. [51 CL. CREIGH, Attorney and Counselor at • Law, Seguin, Toxas, will attend prompt- ly to all business intrusted to his care in tho- Secoad Judicial District. 42 ly FRANK EGAN, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Gener...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

M. BOURKE, Proprietor. ntonio WEEKLY EDITION. §3 A YEAR, In Advance. YOL. Y. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1855. NO. 40. 0ijr $|Dbe!rt¡$iflg Auction Salo, Carolan Jf King, Main Plaza. Administration Notice, Estate of Jos. Malloy. Ala jury, Hanson, Land Agent, and. dealer in Stone and Negroes, Main Plaza. Anderson, F. S., Attorney at Law, Austin, Tens. Ashworth, J.k A. C., Grocers and Commis- sion Merchants, Indianola, Texas. Ashworth & LJer¡*eon, Wholesale Grocers, etc., Indianola, Texas. Bracht, Victor, Groceries, etc , Commerce st. Barends, Julias, Books, Stationery, etc, etc., Commerce street. Backner k Lei<*h, Attorneys at Laic, Com- merce street. Buchanan, j. D., Attorney at Law, Military Plaza. Basel, Wm., General a:id Commission Mer- chant, New Braunfels, Texas. Bexar Exchange, James N. Fisk, Commerce street. Burke k Co, Furniture Dealers, etc., Lavaca, Texas. Bell, J. G. k D., Jewelers, etc., Commerce st. Crosby k Co, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc., Com- merce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

w \JéS^ In rushed my wife and my aunt, who, fcy this time, comprehended the joke, fand such a scolding as I\ then got. *1 , , , . . .. . „ /•__ never got before, and I hope never to f had an aunt coming to visit me lor, a^ain_ the first time since my marpage, ant j j know* not what the end would have «i; n't know what evil'gemoa-propytea ^ if Joh in his endeavors to ap- t .e wickcdness which I perpe ra | pear'resoectful-and sympathetic, had wards my wife and my ancien re , g¡ve vent to such a diabolical noise. til-'Mr dear saidI to my wife, on the i something between a groan and a horse- darfrbS-'my «W arrival '-von | Jaue'V '! ' U grajitj was npsftt, aRd. f.ay ow"'" - * ' J ! wo screamed m concert. From the Waverly Magazine. My Cruelty to.My Relatives. BV ALF.'A. jjlG.M A. : now aunt Mary is coming to-morrow ; i T . w«n. I forgot to mention a rather an- 1 ViV w rong circumstance with regard to her.! * ,t' " 8"ctl falsehoods; but 1 tbmk that Miss Opie herself would noy in She's very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

a|MttÍÉHw Know-Xotliins¡sm. The following communication is from the Rev. S. Tyhnson, a Methodist minis- ter of this county. We are pleased to "find that there are some noble and pa- triotic ministers of the Gospel, taking a firm stand on the side of the Constitu- tion and their country. Washington Ranger. August 18th. 1855. /. Lancaster, Esq ■ Sir : 1 have repeatedly been asked : what 1 think of the "American" (alias) '• Know-Not 11ing " party : In answer to thus question, permit me —once for all—to give a brief exposi- tion of my view? m relation to this party (if it may be called a party) by assigning a few reasons why 1 cannot become associated with it. in the first place. 1 am unwilling to bind myself by h:i oath, either legally or illegally ad- ministered. to the car of any party, to follow blindly its dictates, whether right or wrong: and thereby surrender iny personal and individual right of choice in the selection of our public men and measures. A secrct coalition, formed fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

MS The San Antonio Ledger. rnuiaB bt M. BOÜBIE. price of subscription. Weekly, p«r annum 3 00 mvabiablt ik, afltahcb. rates of advertising : single square qf. ten tiiws, or <«><,.91 00 for thefit st, insertion, and 50 cents addi- tional Jar each rubttquent insertion. n-ma&fi on yearly advc*,tise- to thotc who advertise by the A liberal dt ■ntents, year. Advertisements not specified as to time, will be published one month, and charged ac- cordingly. All transient- advertisements must be paid for in advance. &3T All job work done in this office ust be paid for on delivery. AGENTS FOR THE LEDGER, Tho following gentlemen are duly authoris- ed to receive and receipt for all moneys dup this office, and'receive and: forward subscrip- tion!, advertisements and job work. Those indebted will confer a favor by calling on these goatlemen as soon as possible: Chas. Clark, Trne Delta Office. J. Gordon, Esq., Seguin; Bernard, Holbein A Co., Corpus Christi; Jas. Howerton, Indianola...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

The Civilian endeavor* to pal- liate Houston's Know-nothing coarse. No excuse can be offered. He misrep- resents the people of Texas in e\ery Kght >ott view him. The territories shall be open to- aft* the people of the Union, and alf their property. Alexander Campbcul not E>*:ad.— The repeated death1 of Alexander Chmp Bell, recently published in the newspa- pers, turns out to be incorrect. It was another gentleman by that name. Saints'' Rest.—The 44 black-robed'' gentlemen, it is probable, will have a respite. It may be noticed, by those who peruse with zeal the ecclesiastical journals, that a number of spiritual controversies are going on,, which may serve to amuse and interest the Know- nothings, and1 allbw " the papists and infidels" as. Breckenridge calls them; a* breathing spell* A xealous anti-know-nothing; com- menting upon Saint Brownlow's oppo- sition to men of the writer's-penmasion, remarks that some deceased preacher of the olden time and his followers " com- mence...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

m , Ss ■§§¡9 m§ STANDING what the know-nothing ORGANS SAY, MójtE 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 Section; and one more purely upon principle has never been had in any :ountry possessing universal suffrage.— Kéep this " ulterior" notion before the public eye in the " good time coming," when our watch-word shall be, " De- mocracy, Cuba, and Kansas-Nebraska." l' Mexicans have stated, that they •were threatened with excommunication if they voted the American ticket. They wére told that they should not receive a Catholic burial, nor a burial in conse- crated ground, nor their children after them. Is this not an interference, di- rect, of Church in matters of State? These people are not a reading people, and have been imposed upou by dema- gogues and designing priests. The only thing that they have heard read is Él. Bejareno, and that not g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

Jllfi., . >. IPfe llii 5ÜÉ! STOY & CO. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS L. W. STOY & Co. AT the old and well known stand, corner 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 hand, a large stock of Clothing, l>ry Goods, Hardware Cutlery and all articles usu- ally found in stores, whieh they will sell on reasonable tirios, for cash. 6rf HATS, CAPS, Ac. HATS Caps, &e., just received and now opening of the latest style, and silk hat?, to which we invite the attention of gentlemen wanting something nice. Also, hats and caps tor bovs. for ialo by L \V. .-TOY & Co. FIRE AlOIS AND MUNITIONS. I> II- Lli.S, Shot Guns, Powder, Lead, Caps K- and everything in tke sportsmans line. Also, a few p ¡ir Mantan's celebrated Pistols, English manufacture just received and for at 6tf STOY & i Vs. San Antonio Drug Store. Sign of the 6íoider> ftjotfijh JVEATTST 1E 3L*jASZm^, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 15 September 1855

Jfe ■ -«■L ■ 1É ' « I I #1 ^jgV *f?V' %Ste Jfcsinras SHrcdort). r. ■ 11 «i u*u, í San I sao. w. pascbal, i. 4 - r *cial J Antonio. | Austin. PABtHAIS A STRIBLING, Attorney! aa O a -«llora at Eaw, Su Antonio and -ttjtin, mil practice in the Supreme and Fed- ral Cot rtc A ait in and Galveston, and in *!« Dm* lot ConrU of the Second and Fourth HjtrloU an . in Gonialea and Goliad, of the "eotfc District. They «rill pay special attention to all land osineu entrusted to them. 31 A 0. COOLKY, Attorney a) Law and ¿jL« General Land Agent, Fredericksburg, «xas. references. Hon. W. B. Jones, Segnin, Maj. M. Brskine, Seguin, J. Twohig, San Antonio, H. M. Lewis. San Antonio, B. D. Lane A Co., Fredericks- k"*- 14 ly A A. LEWIS, Attorney and Counsellor at •Law,—Will give his undivided attention to all business entrusted to his care. Office in the Bejareno, Military Square, San Antonio, Texas. 14 j x. w. bucknkr w. b. lejtir. BUCKNER A LEIGH, Attorneys on4 Coun- sellors at Law, San Antt#io, Texas, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

apwps srare KflP %%'aEy ^ -ahi S3 A YEAR, IN ADYANI -I. JiOntivE. EEKLY EDITION t'iii t. i w. NO. 41. SAX AMlL\iO, TEXAS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 185a. * iju\t'ii^üKj 'iiirCviiohj. c'"'iv ¿jbirccfcHj. irkrr iCDiTOpnaunirr. !s, J nil íiurkner ¿a Leu tc, Coma itionery, etc Ju-amna flu, itSL-l, VV J.l> at Laic. Corn- La w, Military ;il car :1. G . New lira Exchange, ./ i'/i Te.V tie Burke .i Co., • - •! ir. & ]>.. .L ied,-rs, tic, Commerce at. Cr<j ¿ O , Shoe--, Hut*, "ele., Com- merce ■'retí. r '¡;um:r, ¡ I .. Auctioneer anil Commis- sion M .•■■■'tant, Commerce ¡street. <.'.¡re'an ¿ K in- . Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, Main Plaza. V-iih, L., Attorn*}} at Lair, S< 'uiu, Tex. i'J-.lev, A. U., Attorney at Lair, Fredcricks- burif Te.-i-• . ' " k, il. -I 'torney at Laic, Austin, Texas. I'.HUL-riiurv, !' . N.-tiry Public and .Land A gent, Main Haza. 'íMtroñllo liotui, Madam Tarde, Castroville, Tex is. Casimir House. Lulianola, '}'. City Hotel, Lara Coffey. P., Wao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

Tyler and the Presi- dent. At the White Sulphur Springs, in. Western Virginia, a public reception toe tendered to the President of the j United States. John Tyler, senior, ad- j dressed the Executive of the United! States as follows: ■'Mn. President: The citizens here j assembled from almost every State of the Union, have appointed us a commit- tee to tender you their cordial congrat- ulations upon your safe arrival at this celebrated watering place. In the fact that they have constituted me the me- dium for the interpretation of their | feelings and sentiments, you will readily j conclude that their feelings are pre- j sented without the remotest reference ¡ to political parties. I have no place ! now, such is the working of our free j institutions, among politicians, and my I position is entirely in the social circle, j There is not one of us all, however, who does not regard you as the repre- ! se native of a great idea, which, spring- ing from the bosom of a confederacy of State...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

The Value of Foreign Immigration. The foreign tide which has bowed in upon us for bo many years past has un- doubtedly been of great advantage to every industrial interest of the free States. Without it we could not possi- bly have made such rapid progress in manufactures, commerce, agriculture and internal improvements. Some branches j of art are wholly indebted to foreign ; immigration for supplies of manual la- I bur, for our native workmen, though 1 iitt^aiid in<reniou3 enough, had no schools ' wherein they could acquire that perfec- j lion which the foreign operatives brought | to us ready ior n.-c. reared, as they had | b^en. in the long-estabü.íhed workshops of Europe, and which the native aj> prentices learn from them, And this -late of tilings must go on as our indus- try extends into higher branches of manufacturing art for which it is requi- site that we should import skilled labor, hi the more common work of" agricul- ture, commerce and internal improve- ments. the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

/ TíüTSair Antonio Ledger. PUBLISHED BT M. BOTJRKE. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly, per annum INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. KATES or ADVERTISING 3 00 District Court.—On the eighteenth J River Improvements.—A friend in of September, the criminal cases were the San Antonio valley has lately called commenced, T. J. Devine presiding; F. j attention to a proposed monopoly of nav- Egan district attorney. In two cases, I igation from Goliad to tl <•outh of the three parties were sentenced, one to one Í San Antonio river. S-ic and two to four years imprisonment for 1 too selfish a plan to _ ,. , nn ¡ horsestealing. An old indictment, char-j ment in Texas Wit , single square often lines, or less, SI 00 j .. . , _ ' 1 u ,l * for the fiist insertion^ and 5Q cents addi-! £in§ pnsoner with murder, was set ■ facilitate a quick an«'l ec< t ion al for each subsequent insertion. ! aside for lack of indorsement, and the ! of carriage from tlie Gulf inland it A liberal deduction, made on yearly advertis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

V \4 fc si NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Great Ijand Estate. Jas. Wads worth owns about 8.000 acres of land in Avon. N. Y., as much more in Gennessee, abont 5.000 in the town of Caledonia, and a great many thousand in other towns in this and other counties. And it is nearly all good land, the best jn the State, and constantly increasing in value. lie doesn't sell, but is forever buying. The effects is preceptible. There is a marked abscence of rural taste, so generally inseparable from agricultural prosperity, and so impor- tant to domestic comfort, if not to in- dividual morality and happiness. While there isTio large landholder in the world r>ore liberal, wise or intelli- gent than Mr. Wadsworth, it would be far better for the country, and incalcu- lably better for the smaller landholders, if the lands were owned by two hundred thrifty poor men, who would live upon their small farm and contribnte to the Know-Nothing Proscription- •Subjoined will be found an article from tbe Baltimore Rep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

w , TWENTY MILE HOUSE, Sulphur Spring: Road. i PHE undersigned would respectfully X inform hia friends and the traveling immunity that he has lately taken pos- esión of and repaired this well known stand, rmerly occupied by H Bowers, and that he now prepared to accommodate the graveling mmunity at all times, having good and safe . ibling, forage, etc. n39-tf GU3 SELLINGSLOH. • IOO REWARD. •TRAYED OR STOLEN from the sub- ) scriber, July 20th, four fine American ires: two sorrels, one smaller and gotehed, •nd two greys, one in poor health and order— .1 branded with a very small brand on shoul- er, K. Also one bay American Horse, on shoulder branded U S, and G on hip—right hind foot large. The above reward will be paid for the do livery of the whole, or a pro- portionate part for any part of the above de- scribed stock, to me, near San Juan mill. A. E. EDGEWORTH. San Antonio, August 23,1355. n39-tf McLEOD 8l GIRAUD, T Tui Do. Do. FEMALE SCHOOL,. 4HE Feina e ¡School conducted by Miss S....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 22 September 1855

wS. W STOY & CO. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS L. W. STOY i Co. AT the old nmJ well known stand, corner 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 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. " HATS, CAPS, rc7~ HATs Caps, <tc., &c., just received and now opening of the latest style, an isiikhats, to which we invite the attention of gentlemen wanting something nice. Also, hats and caps lor boys, for sale by I, W. STOY & Co. FlitE ARMS AND ^HNlTÍONS "O IFLES, Sh'-t Guns, Powder, Lead, Caps x t and everything in the sportsmans line. Also, ii lew pair Mantan's celebrated Pistols English manufacture just received and for sale at 6tf STOY & ¡Vs. JUST RECEIVED. \ Good lot of saddles, bridles, harness, -fl buggy an,I carriage whips, surcingles', zirths, &c., Ac., at 6tf STO...

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