The Alamo Star (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1854 Page: 2 of 4
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KEWCOHB * WHI
imo Tb« Youth'
'bating Club meets on next
Interest in Filaqy tíig'iit, when we hope to see a goodly
thii «bee!, and that, alter this issue, it will be number of persona' present. Tha fchowing
carried on under the firm of Newcomb & Lam- * is the quest [on tobe debated. p
bert. My reasons for diasolving the co-part- j "Which has produced the greatest men Eu-
nership are law and not worth mentioning
rope or America.
wing geatlamen are authoriz
for the Star. £% %
Ha?f tJM. Nkwtoji, San Antonio, BexarCo. partner any longer, yet I will Mill
. — - - mnmrmtrtwim. "" -T
Withdrawal of one Co., the indisposition
taoother, and the celebrating of the fourth.
Ail these circumstances combined have kep1
:U, and we think it sufficeat apolo-
n . V"
W. J. Clodo, Chapel Hill, Washington Co.
Vf, Y* Mats, Segiifn, Texas.
Salina, N. Y.
Wm. Dims, Austin, Texas.
The late appearance of the Star is ocr
it reputed that the firm of
& Co., are expecting a frne4ot
We don't know to the truth of
; however, if «o, our readers will
sed of their arrival through the colums
then, suffice it to say, that it is with great
compulsion that I deliver up my right In this
firm, bat it cannot be helped; being otherwise
employed I have no time to work on the Star,
consequently the dissolution. Though not a
A ft / mat i ve.
J. t\ Nkwcomb.
J. H. §
T. L. It
J. M. Br,t.r,.
L. A. WiVr.mcK.
C. D. MctUi:.
J. H. Buck.
u With an my
A. E. Qorrcar,
f tin jjftlvals In our city, we notice
C*pt. JohoS. Ford, editor of the Austin
The Capí, looks in fine health and
a Mexican by the
zales, was found dead
the Vaúxhail Garden.
+ ♦ * Came to his death
the effects of liquor and ex-
last week a Oerixian in our
íáHnfhe inft^enee of a fit, a f tempi
Lt. |le se ized a knife, aid
when his Irlfe screamed, wTaicli
to his senses 1 The neighbors
fpreveüted further damage.
-r— —2 1
this week announce J. J. Giddings
at tHe ensu-
who is more
anavtr no one.
i OÍ A ugust Electloñ
" of thai
m «4 lil« lot. i* U
will do all in my power for the promotion of
the "Alamo Star." Thus briefly do I "bow my-
self out," hoping that patrons will still contin-
ue to b2 "true and steadfast in the good causey
" " : W.
•• A Dancing Master Come at last*
Our reader* may sm advertisement in
another "column mat a dancing master sure
enough, has a rived in our city. Mr. J. C.
Dever, has been raised to this art, and we ad-
vise Our young fri ends toavaít themselves of
this opportunity-of learning this nccesary'and
1ST We learn frota our correspondent
Adulphus that the celebration of the fourth at
Seguin was a grand affair. That the fairs and
balls were the best that ever came off in that
Hk ivt H.ul Stokm,—We learn from a gen-
tleman just off from a long surveying expedí*
tion, that about the first of June there was a
very heavy hail storm" near Fort Chadbourn.
He says that in the gullies where the hail had
drifted that it was four feet deep, and he also
states that the soldiers hauled it to the fort by
wagon Toads, who along with aboitttwo hundred
Coman ches had a glorious spree off of iecd
Public Ex amUiatlon.
A Public Examination oi the San Antonio
Male and Feruale Academy,llaugbk fep P. J.
O a rol an and lady, will eonre oil at the Methodist
Church) on Tuesday the 11th of July. At half
past 11 o'clock A. M., T. H. Stribtiog E qT.
will deliver an address. A11 he close oí the ex -
ercises Mr. Carolan will deJiverun addresf on
Chtistian and Pagan Ph iosoj)hyMwhicb will
be highly interesting and instiuctrflf. _ ■• 7
to aflbrd answers correspondents, and scarce-
ly it'ífTó devote to the publication oflbeir con-
tributions. The former we cannot
unless they are-very especia** the litter mfst
be exceeding good ^ t^3¿ÍAih%|to be favored
-rWK.ie- "Tf.i *'
in pet son. of our etl^ the oihe^
morning, bright and early, went up into the
.Methodist Chim h for the purpose -^f ^ih|ars*
ing a speech, and had just got into a. good Wat/
when a negro cook, "just over jüie wáy|"
p ied hi ni nrrougti th e open wtndow^ánd
•ing up her hands, in astonishment cried
'• Good God, what am dat man preachirr for.
when dare's tiobody to hear him.1'
J^Near Mr. Johnson's farm on %e Medina,
there is a cooling spring which challenges
comparison. It ran* so swiftly that it, of itself,
tonus a tiny rivulet, and wifl^n^Ma-^ay
through the Iwttotn for about a yard-
empties into the Medina ; and is eQual to ice-
water in ea^i-s. Nevey^p Texas,.have we
(to our notion) tasted better ;
from this spring
|y We (*MI upon our city
immediate steps towards buildtfl;
across the rlver at Mr.
tner one hafin^r crumbled in,
but a log a foot Wide for
which is continualy kept v#t
tnaking ftdaogerowi to c
* 1Q0 is a great ^eal o
on in this páBrt of thé city^ind
should be a good s
the rivábtt that place*.
We expect this will be one of the best con-
ducted examination that Bás ever been held in
our city, Mr. Carolan and Lady both being
competent tcacbers will of course have their
sefcolars well trained to their business. •
7 It c<m*
advance.^ l et
•A West-cm editor
fole in order to shield Uio^clf from
of his Teutonic brethere*.
"GEKIUS OF TI
tains tmty-six pi
ted, Price, Sliper atinui
ters and coi^|punica4iaóa iaay AtMrass^l,
post paid, to O* d.'Aéfc !, Pdblishe^
v • mmted.
To jpQOW if á bclH||pil jsanytking like a po,
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Newcomb & Whitemond. The Alamo Star (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1854, newspaper, July 8, 1854; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176981/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.