The Alamo Star (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, November 27, 1854 Page: 4 of 4
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of T., meen evtr
• ihlBOD * 4, . MeUONM.O.
-'SfQNEERS, Lar^i am] general agenta.
If attend lo all business entrnsted lo
their carean reasonable term*. OfB^on E*#
5*«ip Plaza. JNO. D, McLEOJV
4dj, lt fc 10-ly J. 8; MÍPONAU .
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W T8 FOB .BAI.E.,. *■
rp HREE GO0D"BülLni.\O toll for «ale,
JL iyiufcfin the £a*t side of the river, in the
Beck's residence. These lot*
Jfíéfjuwl beautifully situated, water con re-
jriencetMiear by. The three will be sold to-
v ¿ether %r singly to any 4>ítf*on who wishes to
purchase. Informality t<r be had at this Office,
gfc* <* l^m Caffcfci* r jSiov, 4th, I#54.
: ' • '"■ v*r« '""Pi f v 1 ™ • 1 ' «v «iiiiiri, a s
Conning in part oí Ladies, Misses and child- Rs immense anderapidly « creat«4og circula tu u
rcn Sh< es, such a Gaiter*, Buckskins, TíéS abundantly testifi s. Each number contain*
and Slippers, Walking hvc«, ect. A lull from Fifty to One Hundred original Ujusu4t-
•CITY A B V KR Tf E M EN T 3'.
KÍw *fan aad
V COMmíhge * BTMxSt, 3d doob
fro in M iqPláaa. CROSBY
otacturers, VV hules*!* and Retail Urslrm in
Mal# a 4 C _ ^
«rejo Ib furia the ciiTzensof fian
Antonio a*nd-viciii it#, that they have just ar
ri^ed direct Irow New York, with a
* New and Fashionable Stock,!
and Slippers,Walking Shot*, ect.
assortment of %
* Men* Fine Calf Sewed Boots ; r,
Also, Mens', Boys' u. and Youths' Calf
;ed Boots and bro-mía gane, Mens' patent
LITERARY ^WOR K 6 .
FUH I WXll WW 11!
"Let those now laugh who ««ver laufthn] bofir*.
And tito** who alw a>« laugh now lauph lbe i«r*.
HE YANKEE \OTIOXS |« aclDctiU
edged by it* one hundred andÜlty thousand
frr* tobe the best, cheap* st, and aíu«Jtiil¿< r
"illicit paper in the World. -
_ ie Notions is now in lis third volume, mú
Iras a larger circulation than any ill unrated
paper ever published in the United ¿Mates, jt
lathe best selling periodical--In the mailret, as
SriiKNDip RIFLE is dflVreti fur sale at
this oiftce, very low for cash. Its works
In fjood order ami the ritl%ts in no way osi
r. It ha «i sold ibr thirty dollars which
tfGuMe wft.u ts tiüw aslad for it.
ouio, Oct. 27.
for the WV'Mrf h
«TOVEM I HTOYIiS !
*1M a r k e i, ja*t rec e i v ed
and for sale by the undersigned at
l%elroid stand, on njxjs^^í the north-w st
cowr of the Main Pla/a. Justen n d t/^
J. G. VIALL & Co.
JPITTMAN & IIUO.
|OLESALKand retail Tin, Copper and
" Iron workers, opposite the Pres.
tuA) on Commerce street, will keep
y on hand a large assortment oí 7\n
salt the Western Market. All orders
1/ auended to.—Itoofing, yuuering and
ather, calf and cloth Congress shoe"s,l>oth
sew id and pegged. Abo a gO«a(. assortment ot
W^ir-Proof and Mud Hoots,
And bri gans, etc. ^ general assortment of
II a t s a n d p h ,
Consisting of Brown Btavrr, B(la< k Warrior,
Hunting ami WIDE-A WAÍÍK Hats and Hip-
podrome Cap#, «te., eic., all OÍ which will 1c
offered low foi UASH! The subsrribers offer
Great Inducements to Country Merchants,
Being connected with one of the largest Man-
Ttn'iit t them-
selves- that th*y can turi l>h tin m at a
mall*A(Uancc from New York Prices.
All persons are respectfully invited to
Call and Examine
Our stock ot Goo.Ih, as we are confident that
w'f can orí'r sTiperior arTivfeM, in our line, at
cheap rates 0HOS V & Co.
Ban Antonio, Oct. 5th, 1&5I. nt>-t:o:o
OEMCS or mi tVÍÍ.^T.
An origin?;I moi.thly rnagczine of 3^ royal
octavo pages, «?aeíi vi-lurnn elegantly ilftt^tra-
ted-fconducud by Wi f. T% Couokmiau, and
o hand, a full asso . ,
it the Wesf, (to .
ff irho are want of
call and see them.
0 4 , PITTMAN & BRO.
San Antonio, July 22, l«64. ni.Vtl.
Citoking Stoi cs
- wood not coal.)
' ing stoves had
'^ tpgqf'AHMiaie. PLANT-
AND MANUFACTtJliKHS, or for
JS!rirM# occa-si<,n 10 elevate water.
fc'S Celebrated Double Apting, Lift.
Dg and Constant Suction Pumps,
Mrtl the principal advantages of a
w rden engine. This pump is a new
( to which has been a warded the ihoukst
m. It surpasses in l/tmify, simfduity and
if anything of the pump kind ever
in this oy any other market, its iminH
all. and must,
0O Adent, add «othe already extended
and insure for it th«>relefenee over alt
-ittefiia. We are now prepared to fur-
i pmp in any part of this State at sAart
úHÍcm ana vn thx mnt reaumahU terms. Any
" to examine this pump can do
7'ne 3d volutun of ihfs magazine commenced.
)$\y 1st, 1854. It citculaiipn is steadily ex-
tending in all the Stages, it \t. a trtnscrigl ot
Western literature an4 a represenialfore ol
Western spirit and sentiment. %
'/tie conductors hold that a mag
instruct and ainttx'; and witfrihe ff
iIty to One Hundred origin__
lions, in the highest >ttie ot Corote Art design -
ed and engraved by the best ariiMs on the ei n
tinent, while its Literary Content consists u
Comi(? tales, Essays, Bketehes, Stories, J\n<«
dotes, Bon-Mots, Hits at tbe Times, Epigiams,
Hepattees, WiHieisms, and all sons of i\ v. -
m ica I i i i es, Y an kre X otl^r s, t «V p r o ve a v n! n
able and paying exception1 worthy ot their at-
tention. A laige subscription liít tony l<>
made up in every City, Ujw h, and village n
publihherotíérs the un *t temjiting iW ueeuo ni-
to young men to embark in the enterprise
with a small investment, large reinms may U?
realized every month with very little ejuúioo.
If can be forwarded' to n tnofest points"by ma¡¡
at a v< ry trifling posíage. Sup'po e >oa uy ,
hundred, and st: •! yott orders to ht'Mi «juñit* r-
-wmmm y T. W. &THONG,
9H Nassau Bti« et, N. V.
Priee—1*2 1 x2 cents per i umbtr. or only
Vó pt r annum. n.i 3t
TilKTÍÁÍiOS A li MOK 11 i>It.
WITH TH E A HOVE TITLE, on or be fot e
the tifttenth day of September, Ui,>| , the
hrst number of a new and splendid liteiary
jo urna Hl e -thcraller published weekly, in
tl*t* C:ty ot New York,—will make its appear
THE NATIONAL MONITOR win y*
printed in a large quarto form, of sixteen pagtw
ou line wtiite vnb-tantial pap«'r, aiui wit! f 11
to by calling at the Tin and ;v
ntsiiMCjrT of J. G, Vuú. & Cío,, Sorth wrM
Cmnm Maim PUza. VIAL A ROOEK8,
Ban Antonio, Texas, May 13,1654. y . tí
the pens w hich have won and those which are
now winning reputation in the West, they
strive to impart such a oharacter tn theGenus.1
Tne favor w ith which it l as been received as-
sures them of that their efforts are not w ithout
erms, $l,flO per a.ot?unt in advancc.
Address the editors or
WM.T COGüESH.tLL, Publisher.
- Cincinnati, Ohio.
~ TEIIMHOF THE HTAlt
One copy, (timonths,) 0 50.
Five si 35.
Ten " 4 <M).
Twenty " - - - 8 00.
Advertisements wilt be Inserted at the regu-
lar rates. - íorsts . - /
Henuv M. Nkwton .San Antonio.
J H. Gabdnkm, Fort Smith, Ark.
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W, V. Mat , ".7..Hegqin,Tt^as,
Ail communications or matters of business,
in order to receive prompt attention, mttat he
pre-paid, and addresaed to
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bcoieh-laeed Brevier type. Therefore its liter
ary merits will not only render it worthy o♦,
but its size and shape convenient for prestivíj
To render the Lnterary Department of'ií>e
MonitoU worthy of general approbation, anc t#
give it a character fa#above the many pubis-
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Poetry i Sketch añd Romanee—have been sec it r
ed. The tales, sketches, romances* and novel
lettes that will from time tcrti
pages, will be o* the higl
suchas will please, insu
women, and children.
The terms of the MoNtftHr^iTl be as follows:
To mail subscribers, invariably in advanih;
one <a py, S3 per year; two copies live cof-
ies, $10. And an extra copy will be sent gratu
-tot one year to any person sending a club often,
tr$T All letters relating to the editorial or
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addressed (post paid^ to r
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ng will b<* under the editorial charge of an A*
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Newcomb, James P. The Alamo Star (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, November 27, 1854, newspaper, November 27, 1854; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176999/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.