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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 November 1855

u. 5 « r' um. E. 6. HUSTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR* [OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF TEE MIL-~I ITARY SQUARE. J TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN. ADVANCE 8. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1855. NOi 3: > \V * X \ professional Carta. * A. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT A.< Lmt, Ban Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to ftllfeaaiaMS entrusted to his care. * ,Offlce, on south *14* Military Flaxa, in the Bejartno Office. 21-ly B S. EDWARDS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT Lkw, and General Land Agent, San Antonio, Texas. C REICH, Anomr ax Law asd General Land 9 inn, Fbbdkkickseubgh, Texas. Till practice in all the eourtsof the Fourth Judical District, and in the Bimm Sad Federal Courts at Austin He will gixe special and prompt attention to the collection of debts, and to baying, selling and locating lands, and to procur jog patents for lands in any portion of Western Texas. ft SABLES A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR vy at Law and Notory Public, Helena, Earnes County, Texas, will practice i...

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 — 1 November 1855

■Atktf I TEXAN. san antonio. Thursday, - IVovfmber 1, 1855. FOB PRESIDENT. STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, ' OF IfiMtf OTS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. THpatASf. ntTSH;, /• 5 OF TEXAS. Sabjeet to tl e decision of a National Democratic , •- - ^ Cowre^tinn. R K M O V A I.. The T«xax OrrtcK has bern removed to the north side of the Military PlaSta. near the Court House, one door Wat of Col. John Malloy's office, where we •hall he happy to see onr old friend*, and become ac- qiiaittlcd with new ones. JE3T We call particular attention to our new advertisements in the present number. Our City.—B'lsiaess seems to be rather on the increase,,.and good health prevails. There is of late many violations of the city ordinance about these times, and mostly on account of drunkenness. Horse thieves are getting bold of late; horses and mules arc of ten stolen in our city during the night, and house breaking is of common occurrence.— Gambling is rather looking down of late.— something mustffcve disturbed the spirit of ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 November 1855

I >• — J T- r - COMMERCIAL. Vew Orleans Cotton Market -- Oct. l .9 Ordinary. - - - H>& I Middling Fair, - 9ja™ SSSS' . . - - 8Ja8? I Fair, - - - - nominal. Good ■ - j,9ia 9J. I Good & Fine, - nominal. Hew Orleans i Money Market—Oct. 19* .... par a — prem. . - - - $17 00 a 17 50 - - - - 4 SO a 4 So - - - - 3 80 a 3 85 - - - - 16 00 a 16 50 - - - - 15 60 a 15 75 - - 2Ja3 per ct. prem. - - 4^ao per ct. prem. American Gold Coinage, California Gold, per oz., Sovereign#, Napoleons, - - - - Spanish Donbloons, - Patriot Doubloons, - Specie, American, old, Mexican Dollars, - Hn^ther Case of Fever and Ague Cured. A few days ago we accorded an astonishing cure of Fever and Ague by the use of Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills We hare now another to men tion, vie that of Mr James Sharps, of Madisonburgh, who states that he had labttad under a very severe attack of Ague and Fever and was soon restored by the nse of the Pills. Mr Shaspe also expresses an opinion founded on observa- tion, that...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 1 November 1855

£ _.v . :: -iI?!;;- - - . v i-TtTi^i V" • _ '"".i r\ ASTOHIO TEM -Two dollars per anmmn, invariably in I Of Advertising I htMtt WMitaf eight lines, or lean, Nonpareil, Bteb ntoequrot insertion, Aft* three weeks, Cards, ten lines or less, per annum, Par rfx months. For three months, / One «*"«■, changeable quarterly, per annum, Half do do do Quarter do do do AQ except legal advertisements, handed in without being marked with the number of insertions desired, will be oontinned till otherwise ordered, and charged at iheitmntea. Announcements of candidates for office, five dollars. PolltleU circulars and communications of a private ft personal nature, will be charged at the same rates a« ' advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an abu- lia character, will be inserted in our columns, on any si 00 &0 25 10 00 6 00 4 00 125 00 65 00 35 00 A deduction of 30 per cent will be allowed Postmasters who act as Agents in procuring subscriptions and making i Job work of all descri...

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

.f ' *v "4}3£',C £ Ar ,'i a '. .:.: ^a&UgE$t£q§3- > • •• ...-; ■■: v ■■ awf^'tV.;; •>,.-.- , ■ "/■.• ' 'tj; jsri ! * • '.i'iJ - '-*■!■ ; — '- ' v <u. «* • , t'S--' r. V * r • MSHOttS 0 ' ; -.•.Wo : .':>1 ■ ■*#* y;- ■ >e« 5,'C; .♦/' ?< ■;': ■*. ■ . '.cwngtfr -Sfi. HUS.10I, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. fi. 2~ ■; -*•■■* r, ..- ■ - it fc.S'' U ; [OFFICE: NORTH SIDE OF THE MIL-"] ITAllir SQUARE; J TWO DOLLARS PER AMUM, IN ADVANCE' ' >* '■• js ? i •-- -: SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 8, tA • A* •• ""S.*.;: «io ■ Iprofesstpnctl (tfatfte. 4 A'.TJEWLS, ATTORNi? AND COUNSELOR . Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly all. frosi noes entrusted to his care. Sg^Office^oo south :piie Military Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly V r jfTfj REICH, Attorsey at law and General Land v/« Agent, Fkedericksburgh, Texas, will practice in all the.courts of the Fonrth Judibal THstrict. and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at Austin He will give special and prompt attention - to the collecti...

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

• SAJf 4ST05I0. XkarsiiSr^ - RovemberS, 1855. ^ s . -1856. ?rtR PRESIDENT. STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, OF JI/l^KOlS. FOR YTCE-1>RKSIDENT. 'fjtjLfyillff' ^ a 3*- irtutoiXj OF TEXAS. Subject to the decWoo of * National Democratic Convention. THE KNOW-NOTHING PHANTOM. The greatest political humbug that the world ever saw now lies struggling in its last agony. Like some great meteor, the Know- nothing party sprung up, and its brilliancy, that for the moment attracted the gaze and drew in its train thousands of unsuspecting i votaries, was caused by the very element that I produced the explosion. "What has it done ANOTHER GENERAL JAIL DELIVERY On Saturday night last, about eight o'clock, the jail of our county was broken open, and some nine prisoners escaped. It- seems. from the statement of one of the pris- oners who did not leave the city, that they were assisted by outsiders, and those inside had been engaged, several days before, in planning and maturing their escape. By the of good and ...

Publication Title: San Antonio Texan
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 8 November 1855

• Bf*Lane*a Vermifuge. No remedy ever invented has been so successful as the great worth medicine of Dr. M'Lane. All who hare used it have been equally astonished and delight- ed at its wonderful energy and efficacy. To pnblish all the testimonials in iu favor would fill volumes; we jsast therefore content ourselves with a brief abstract of a few of them. JaphetCAIlen, of Amboy, gave a dose-to a child iix yean old, and it bronght away eighty-three worms. He soon aJler gave 'another dose to the same child, whteh brought away fifty more; making 133 worms inabonttweiVehears. ,, V ' Andrew Downing, of Cranbary township, Venango county-garehis child one teaspoon ful, and she pass- ed 177 worms M"ext morning, on repetition of the dose, she passed 113 mire. Jonatten Honghman, of West Union. Park county. Indiana, writes, that* he is unable to supply the de- mand, ai the people in his oeighlxjrhood say. after a trial'of the others, that none is equal to Dr. M'Lane> Vermifuge. ' Messrs. D....

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

ratper- annnin, iayarlaWtf in virtfte, and in-the presence of age we. were fa- ,ther to iisten than to inBtruct.; '•-Yet thtte wag^jio .irksome bondage with! iis," wfiatdte'r tliere might" have been irr other .. SetBCHraox—TjrjT do: advance. > ~i~ * -.- f. Rates of Adrvcrtlslug: y r each square ofeight lines, Or lesa, Nonpareil, #1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 60 After three weeks. ,?5 Paiiniaii Cards,. ten lines or 1cm, je? annum, 10 00 For six months, 6 00 For three months, " ' ♦ 00 One column, changeable qoarteslv. per annum, 155 00 OV do do ~ do " . 65 00 Quarter do -do , .do ' 35 00 All exeeptlegal advertisements, handed in without being marked with the" number of insertions desired, will be continued till otherwise ordered, and ch&rgefi at the above rate*. '- Announcements of candidates for crTTice,- fire drfters. Political circulArs and wmmunisationis of a private 5r personal nature, will be charged at the same rate? as jgp ifo coninnmicKtion or advertisement of an ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 November 1855

ii V J f N * r ■ f V • '• - V - V r" ^spsfr -■ * ■' \ vv. -At> . ' - i« ,«> • - •> • •?5 ;#!% ' * 1 ■ - £. G. HUSTON, . -J?: v /■• AM PROPEIETOR. [OFFICE, NORTH SIDE OF TEE MIL-"] ITARY\SQUARE. J TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, ft ADYAICE f SAN ANTONIO, TEIAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 15,1855. t 5; €arbs. A. A. ISW1ST, ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT • Lw, Sua Antonio, Texas, will attend promptly to •U business entrusted to his care. flgk,01£ce, on south aide Military Plaza, in the Bejareno Office. 21-ly C REICH, Attobkzt at Law am General Land • Agent, Fredericksburgh. Texas, will practice in all the Co or ta 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- ing patent* for lands in any portion of Western .Texas. /"CHARLES A. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR ■ Vat law and Notary Public, Helena, Karnes County, Texas, will practice in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 November 1855

§ SA5T AKTOJflO. Tbnrsdaj7~- -^November 15, 1855. 1856. * FOB PRESIDENT, Stephen a. douglass, * OF ILUNOIS. "* FORVICE-PRESIDENT. J TI3COWe!a,otsb:' .Subject to the deeisioa of n National Democratic - V Convention. " '. • . 'Sp k m o y A' Ij . ' The TbSa* Office boa been resnovedto the north side of the Military-Pljaa, near the Court llouse,' one door West of Col. "John Malloy's office.-where we shall be happr to see our old frieiyls.and become ac- quainted with new ones. :■> TO PMStEhS. , \ gund practical Primer, who can come w ell re- commcudcd. is warned at tbi office. 23£"Particular attention is called to the advertisement <rft3. Hummel,—"House, with Store room, to rent." ^TWe wish somebody would bring hack some of those books sometime, that they borrowed some time ago, and leave them somewhere m our office; so that somebody can have something to read-some rainy day. DeBow'3 Review.—We have, before us the November number of DeBow's Review. This number has a fine map illust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 15 November 1855

tofthe Idver. In most ofjthe common, as well as the most formi- dable of Useasea known to American physicians. It had forseveral yeaw r.ttraoted the closest attention of the medical faculty in all parts of ;he United States, and yet up to the time of the disco veryof Dr. M'Lamk's Great Specific, U wSs-almostbeyind thereaeh of med- ical skiH. Thousands had perished without 6veu a hope of relief, and although thousands may yet) edes- tined tofeel the direful effects of this most complicated disease, it is now, thanks to the research of Dr. Mac .Lane, most completely brought within the scope of medical control. The proprietors of the Liver Pills feel confident that they offer a regwdy whieh has been . folly tested by him, an^. which has never failed of sue- cess when fairly tested. '•«. : c ^ . r£7 Purchasers will be careful to ask (or Dk.Mac- usi's CelkbbaTkd Livxs Pills, and take none else. There are other pills, purporting to be Liver" Pills, now before the pnblic. Br. M'Lane'a Live...

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

m TERMS : —Tvro djllars per annum, invariably to at-.aW-- * - . ' ' * - 'Sate* of Aihrerllslng i F<r casi S'soare of sight Hues, or lesa^fonjjareil, $1 00 Ka--;: subsequent insertion, 60 After threeVeoks. " ' . . 25 .Business Card*, ten lines or less, per afcnnm, 10 00 For six months. G 00 For thrfce njonthJ, . . , 4 00 One column, changeable quarterly, per annum, 155 00 Half do ' - do do 65 00 Quarter i<\ .do « do 35 00 All exccpt legal advertisements. handed in without bein? marked with the number of insertion* desired, will be coo tinned till other arise ordered, and charged at the above rates. Announcements of esndMates for office, five dollars. Political circulars and communications of a private ir personal nature, Trill be charged at the same rates as advertisement*. * , . ' - * ay No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive cSaracter, will be inserted in onr columns, on AJrr '"Adduction-of 20 per cent will be allowed Postmasl erg ' who act as Agents in procuring s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 November 1855

Isaacs r-3r! li:";TtSEFl v>-/. v. sfefesr" ti i V . . .iii! & N, EDITOR ANDJPEOPRIETOR. professional (Sorbs. HITCHELl, Karnes Comity, Texas receire monthly from New and every description of "ISS&a Cotton. The hlrhtest market M-Sm. paid for to the proenr Texas. at Itat and Motor j r*m : 'sW&W m TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, * ' PlSSS IS?.* > COUNSELOR kR- *► OAILEY, RESIDENT DENTIST, takes • «* aaaooncinjf to the citizens of San An the hag Bermanently located in ftSa^ —rj^fc^nwAaOnal services to all who may call complete supply of Instruments &2SSw*wS£P'°3**e? streetjoppoaite All operations on _sbeeck & French. . 18-ly "formed in an improved & KE|S, LAVACA, TEXAS, in Iriryooda, Clothing, Boots, Hats, Hrdware, Saddlery, fte., IT I" stfre large assortments of < GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, SEQARS, WINES and LIQUORS: also, frih supplies of the best St. Lonis and other Western Fbur. ' liberal advanes made on Cotton. 27-ly OVQT AMD COLiD BATHS. -^y^ADAJI MASSE rjspectf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 22 November 1855

' Jsr! I" BAH ASTOJIO. , - - November 22, *&fL- 1856. FOR PRKSID A.D OI?ILl *YT ST DENT. rtTJS2£, AS XatioaUl Democrat! I to the GOVERNOR fl)ASE AN*) GALVESTON In our issue j^last' week w«||f&ve a '^ass- glance at 9SI' governor's m^ase. Since that time i^has%e«n remarki us that w\e ither a cold Manner, and es- ?remarked th$fc " his viewa. in spoke of it pecially as rcgafiTto Tilfkfads" w£re.~m the main, very good?* anchrtso-that ttte-TfeeCff "*tn regard to \ The Texas Office has beou removed to the north ride Military Plaza, neiir the Cinirt ionw, one d«or \Vea*.«rC l. John MalloyV.oJtes, .where we "•hall he happy to see our old friends, and become ac- qaaiutrd with -4 X. fc ' i * ' • * TO PRINTERS, A good praciiml Printer. who call commended, is wanted at this office. *il re- \ E3£" Forty Horses wan t Master's Depot. -i,i • -i Quartei JC3^New Tin Establishment by Messrs. Davis & iVilkms on Commerce Street, near nder & Alexander's Furniture Rooms. See advertisement o...

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

VANCE & BROT -*.-.. DEALERS IN ^*Y. GOODS, -'1 GROCERIES, .^KfNN ,"oiL.s, 1 - Varnishes, Main PIa2a, San Antonio, Texas. HAVE now & store, and are constantly receiving large additions to their sldcfcof General Merchan- dise, all of which they offer very low for cash. Their stock consist lapartas follows DrnsCoodt, Ac. Rich printed Bareges; . Whit do do Tissues:. „ „ BUO do plaid k blk 3<f; ' fecfc do do BaregeS*^51 Solid col'd French Lawns; Plah Printed do do;;? EiA do . Jaconet Muslins; Whit Bird's-eye do do; '■TOR. ALT, fiTSEAS Plaih do do do; uooa Muslins; ped and Plain Swss Muslins; Hair Gord Muslins; Cambric Dimity, Brilliantes; :o de Rhine Silks; Igured Brocade do; White do do; Cornelean do; Brocade do: Whpe ..and colored Gro de Naples silks; Pink white Satins; KahMhihn; Col'd Florences ; Do Maroelines; Striped and printed Ameri- can lawns, fast colors. too well 7. J±c\ S.JrFi ft, Jtcounti 10. itfeslt 11. Jtdisi liiftf i' from fjeftters, Pawn, Pierpont ] luxn, Holbo...

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

. - ... *** -?$■■•■ ■■ •• *.. fife* • ■ % [CONCLS^ffFROM FIRST PAGE.] my Tiev(4 in fuH. ■* They insisted thnt I- should make a written commnmotion, which I did at their table herein before refei A. '. - The riverlwas "then low and the ti ending out the snags in the chnnneLiawia- vor&ble, and so anxious was J ^a^fne con- :t should be proceeded witlr.^* proposed ikthey woufd receive ®e Troj-. and pay ftOOO fiffthe work alraadv done, which _ M shoreiUC-the expenditure already made, and that much^, more wonld be ner<issnrv;to be <lo e. wmch I w|iaWdo, and they wnvil'i jen-.play 5-500 in thy nppcr part of the river, and ri-atiee me contract so as to neunit of the boats landing befow the'tat-oir when lh"5 strnre of water would admit, hi her going higher. tiia^I wottld waive the premium under the contract, ai.d--"as soo:i is the;'JYdiy could be repaired put her m the trade '.ritli «ne Victoria and lighter. The «e<;;n«3 acceptable. but ivw cva-ied. A/^fUn • miUcfcwas agpnidted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 November 1855

- r~ 51 .vaK.-ar •%•>-.;>: •;•_Lfiir.n-fSfcft-,? ;'f--.v .psbjWll lb. ' ;*£ &' 2cdJ ' g3|x«M n*T rav s& jiu mot}'Sfei-S riajo 1 L V-Li*.*! trot 'I i i Tip i -- -- - ■S' i©'«...u'i 8?-.rtr^rtg, ?e « i «4n5X9^-.€-rs ' r" . AND PROPRIETOR. [OFFICE, KORT®IDE OF TEfi MTL- ITARTBQUARE. t&nvii lit EK2mh* J. Ot , . r ?H- :• Clii §3?*«- SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29,4855. Business daribs. TWO DOLLARS PEE AMUM, IN fADVAliCfl ■M -ITS AS*- ■ ,!JKV ASTI atCKBttCR AT „ ' . ' 9" Antomo, Texas, will attend promptly to aliens.oesa ^traated to his care. «,Office, on south liwaUnaq. Plaza, m the Bejareno Office. 21 Jy . AwJairfr at Law asd Gbxeral Lasn >n - FBTOBucKaBDRGH, Texas, will practice in all tte eourteer the Fourth Judical District, and in the ftfBByp egd federal fourth at Austin He will give ■peemlaml {Kempt attention to the collection of debts and to buying, selling and locating lands, and to procur- tng Extent s far land* in,any portion of Western Texas. JOH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 November 1855

r ANTONIO. Thursday, %•«•/ November 20, 1855. EB56. ■ i: FOR PRESIDENT...^ STEPHEN A. DOUGLASS, OF Ilit^UOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Thomas j. SIITSK:, OF.TE ~" Subject to the decision of *\National Perec:rati< Cor,mention:.; - > f REMOVAL. The TkiaS Office lias been remove^ to the north side of the Military Plaza, near the Cour| House, one door West of Col. John Malloy's office/where w shall be luippy to see onr old friends, and become quainted with new Mies. TO PRINTERS. X good practical Primer, who can come well r^ rum mended. U wanted at this office. "The Santa Fe and El Paso mail ar ■rived jusl as our paper was preparing for press, but brings no news of interest. «5T One hundred and fifty Tons of Ilay granted,—here is a fine chance for somebody, See Advertisement. rar At the^store of P. Cotfey, wholesale groceries, New Orleans and San Antonio, on corner of Fl^es fnd Rivas street, may be Todnd the best dry or wet groceries this side of New York. OUR CITY NOMINATION. In our la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 November 1855

\ -r m Jrew Orleans Mouey merican Gold Coinage, - - California Gold, pet oz., - - SoTerelgng, i . - ■- - - ■' '■ Spanish Btrablooifa, - ^ ■ Patriot Don WooS;. - : - ; - Spe«ie, AmctflUti, old, - - : Market—Oct. 19' - - - par a — preqa. - - - - $17 00 a 17 50 - - - - 4 80 a 4 85 - - - - 3 80 a 3 85 - - - - 16 00 a 16 50 - - - - lb 60a 15.. ^r- - 2ja3 per ct. preio. - - 4fa5 per ct. prem. MAIL. ARRANGEMENTS. The coast mail arrWea m Sao Antonio six times a week and leaves six times a week. YORKTOWN. SEGUTN" . arrives. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, at 4 P. *. *A1 . iXRIVBS. .Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, at 5 p.m. EAGLE DiPAirrs.. Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, at 10 p. x. ABMVES. Sundays, \ Wednesdays, Fridays, at 5 p. jr. departs. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 10 p. x. GOLIAD departs. arrives. departs. Sundays, Saturdays, Mondays, Tuesdays, at 12 v. at 8 j Th onlays, at 10 r. *. PASS. ' EL PASO. i departs. arrives. departs. Saturdays, ( Mondays, ,25tli of every 1st of every at 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Texan — 29 November 1855

Sift MM TM TBnMejs 8cTBsrrarnos—-Two dollars per ananm, invariably in sJvaarco. F r each square of eight lines, or law, Nonpareil, it insertion, Rates ot Advertising: $1 00 50 10 0** (K 4 Of lfR or PZ ru Co 0f- Each subsequent After three weeks, Y.„ Business Cards, ten lines or less, per annum, For six months, V,. For three months, One column, changeable quarterly, per annum, Half *> f° <3u*rter do do IBy- uo — - 411 except legal advertisements, handed in *iihout fceine marked *i'h the nual^jr of insertions desirea. will be continued «U otherwise ordered, -and eharged at the above rates. V ^ Announcements of cantKdatesjfor office, five dollars. Political circulars and coraraunteaiions of a private .?r,per?«nal nature, will be charged at tlie same rates a? idreriiiemeats. * ; . gy >Tn communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character, will be inserted in our columns, on asv "^Adeduction of 20 per cea*twiR be allowed Postmaster? who act as Agent* in procuring siAscrlpt...

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