The Daily Ledger and Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 156, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 5, 1860 Page: 2 of 4
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' Official Journal of San Antonio
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IMtliSIOENTIAIi EIjHUTION 180(1.
j;HTAVZ3 AT 1jAUOI3.
C0L. M. I). OUATIAM.
GEN. T. X. WAUL.
COL. A. T. KATXEY.
COL. JOHN A. AVIIAUTOX.
STATE ISIiKCTIGK AUCiUST 1HOO.
IOIl ATTOUMJY CSISXHICAIj.
CLEMENT Ii. JOHN'S.
FOIl STATE TICUASUItEll.
CYUUS II. UAXDOLIMI.
Onr'torms for Annniincnmi'TitP. Job Work
and transient ndvertKciiienK nro invariably
' "Ve havo Lccii induced to adopt this sys-
tem under ttio belief that eventually it will
bo moro satisfactory to all parties.
thursda y jul y r.
17&J Sco Citation from District Court of
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From tbo telegraphic dinpatchon it will
1)0 ficon that tbo appointment of .Joseph
E. Johnston as Quarter-nmHtor of thu ar-
my" in placo of General Ju.ssup deceas-
ed wan confirmed by tbo Setiato on the
28th ult. Tbo report as to the appoint-
ment of General A. S.Johnson command-
ing at Utah to tbo ollleo of Quartor-mas-tor
General would tberoforo appear to be
incorrect. Our own speculations us to the
right of Colonel Thomas to tbo position
would also seem to bo futile. So much for
reports by telegraph and on private au-
Celhjiuatiok or Tin; Foiiutii. The
birthday of American Independence wu
duly celebrated in San Antonio yesterday.
Thu day was u altered in by a discharge of
artillery in tbo Military plaza tbo stores
wore all closed and the National Flag was
hoisted at different points in tbo city.
mFrpm daybreak ti)l 12 .olclock last night
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V&T the evening.
&oarly hour the members of the
feSoiriflert and the Fire company formed
f -slnto procession on the Military i'la.a
--' .....l .... .ttinuinl liv ii biind of music.
marched to the Alamo Plaza. Sheriff
Dobbin Deputy SheritV Slovens and an-
other gentleman ueled as marsballs. The
Turners Association formed into procos-
body. Why they did not wo cannot say.
although wo heard that a dispute had tuk-
pji placo in regard to precedence. Fol-
lowing tbo main body wo went to Alamo
;Plaza. Hero we found that preparations
had been made at two places for tho public
speaking. Stands wore erected in front
-f tho Monger House and tho Alamo
.Chapel. Both worn properly decorated
thodattor which wo thought had been lix-
ed upon for the speaking bad a profusion
of Hags. Tho Monger IloiihO stand was
taken posession of and in consequence the
speakers labored under tho disadvantage
of having the full glare of tho sun in their
facos. It was probably owing to this cir-
cumstancp that only a fow puraona took
places on tho Maud
Asa Mitchell Esq. having been called
to tbo chair said that it was unneces
sary for him to etato what was the object
of tho mooting every body .knew it. lie
then introduced A. E. Cotton Esq. who
after a fow words of piefaoo read tho de-
claration of Independence. The readiug
was well dono tbo enunciation .clear and
uuy was uwu uinvuuvwu ii ' -
but oxceUent address. It was of courso
impossible to rofrain ontiroly from tho al
lUfioiis eonmion to tbo occasion but tbo
speaker showed hid good tasto in uvoidhm;
the usual higbfulutin strain. Sovoval good
hits vero made and politiea kept iu the
back ground. Tho speech appeared to
delight everybody who heard it.
Tho meo'ing wus not by any means so
numerously attended us wo anticipated.
Prom tbo published programme it was
expected that tho authorities civil aud
military would liavo takon part in the pvo-
'ocdin' but .we were ilinppi.iniin
i . . ii. I. t m.i1 .u..1 ..il .n.Ii.t ii wiuirt
siou order at their place of rendezvous on VYSt I cannot rive you the p.uiieuhin. a- tmro forcibly and rapidly than elegantly
Solidad street and marched into the main the Expressman is wnilin? to convey this lu raid:
oumi . . Itelknin We recovered thu v hnrses and 4PU bo d d if 111 stand it! ) ou
pluwuBtl... other oonumn... wor U..iv.HB J cw . !' 1lllvJ nl lm. lt lho top of.l.o hcu.o. I
it. They did not. however join tho main i m2i..tf l0 luo i!0Civo Conmnebes. We must htivu a room somewhere lower
distinct and the proper emphasis given at Jacob S. Harden has made a ooiifuwlon ot eu Here a nou urn ago. uom . p
disunct ami uiopn pi iuqu h lhuviuMoisoned his wife show ug n the mines ol Madison county amPjtatos that
tbo proper time and place. lho ordeal 5 the ore. which is found there .nW peat
was a trying one but thospeaker support- itmlli(lli nunntity alter a larger mat yitlds oo per
cditbravoly. NVe aUmireii nu nerve ami Gov. Olden has respiteil tno cxcruuou ion ui un. ' .. ... .. or.. r
M nossession ofllarden for one week and a day bring- process is estimated ut the highest ture
Holf pos.essio . I ill tM( mh o(J. fo n1 t
1. U. iUUUW(i u"l i'H' v..i". w - - i .
S A. A S. I). MAIL..
Thc San Antonio and San Diego mail
arrived in town this morning at u very
early hour. Thnro are no Indian news by
this mail and tbo only paper wo liavo re-
ceived is the Sab Francisco lJulbHiu of
tbo 10th ult. Tho Arizonian published at
Mcssilhi has suspended for a time tbo men
having gone to tho diggings. Tbo intelli-
gence from there Is vary scanty and ra-
ther of a discouraging character. We
give in another column such as wo have
boon enabled to gather.
A ConeFpondent of the "IJuIlethi. wri
ting from Arizonin says that the Governor of
Sononi has issued a strong protest ngafhsl
tho Mclaue ticnty In which ho states that
it is only an excuse on the part of tho Presi-
dent to station lioops in Sonora. so' as to
add ft to'tbe Union utsranu future dny. He
calls upon the citizens if necessary to re-
sist it with nrms in hands. The -province
of Guaymas is the most bitter against not
(mb'4J10 treaty butalVmcncj' Oiho
portions of the country seem to uc uidilTcr-
eut on tho suhjuct. Tho Governor also uc-
euses tho authorilits of Texas of tho dittl-
cultiis in relation toOortinas. Hcsaysshat
Cortltias belongs lo New Mexico and is tin
American cilizen and that tbo judges wUh-
ed to take fioin liim In- lanch and binds
which canned him lo ruihe a company of
men to protect his property. In doing so
ho was driven acrosh ibo lioe and followed
by Aimiirau tioops. who did much dutnagc
to Mexican citizens and their propcity and
tiiat the iMex can Government would make
tbo t'nitcd Spates pay heavy damages for
the injury done lo her citizens.
lUaiinccn at tiii; Oi.mus. Wo learn
Mie fourth was celebrated in excellent style
ut Air. Storey's Kanelm on theOhnaa about
six uules from town. We regret much that
wc were unable lo take advantage- of the
invitation so kindly extended to us. "
A gentleman who was present) informed
us that tho whole aft'iii was one of tho best
things of t he kind bo had evor witnessed.
The hospitality kindness and attention of
tbo excellent host nd his lady weto un-
bounded. Many more would have been
present; but were prevented by want of
conveyances; neither horvs nor vehicle could
bo obtained in San Antonio for love or
money. - "
Tbo Declaration of Independence was
read by James ). Gardner Ksq. ami an ad-
dtc&i was delivered by lion. Jao. A. Dun-
can. Doth gentlemen aio candidnlcs for the
ofiice of Chief Justice of this county at the
ensuing election and both ore said to have
aeipiitted themselves admirably.
.Wo learn also that our fncnd'nhd ncigh-
ing b"utliLa icrican KftfilonndMiuhsfiribV"
Indian Finnr. I5y tho kindness of a
fiiend wo are permitted to publish ibo fol-
Ci.cAii Four IIkazos Juno 23 18C0.
llrother ami I have ju t returned from
one of the most successful Indian lights that
ban oecuued on our fiontier for twenty
years. You cannot iuiflcuie the satisfaction
it nives us to tell yon that we killed nine
Kciserre !mlu;n beanies woumnng mur oui-
recounvd also the scalp of K. lb-owning.
whom they killed in onr settlement.
Wo lmd'only six men and whipped them
in two hand to baud tights.
This fight occurred while these gentle-
men were bunting cattle on their ranehe
near Eelknap and it is hoped will prevent
for sometime at least another attack on
our helpless women and children and af
ford temporary security Irom Geu. Hous-
We observe among lho appointments re-
rontly confirmed by tbo Senate is tlut of
Major Emory 1st regiment of Cavalry to
bo Lieut. -Colonel by Brevet for meritori-
ous and distinguished services as Com-
missioner to run the boundary between
the IVilid States and Mexico to date
from October leo7.
C'oNVUfiSloN' AXU HnSlUTU OP A MUU
Diua.u. A dispttlob from Trenton N. J.
the Sttdi says :
Wo have reliable information that Kev.
Saihnk ani WfKSTi:ux Tkab TXmu-
kuap. Th Liberty Gnetto nw that
4u the section from Uoaumont to Lioerty
a distance of forty- fmir miles the curs ure
now running tbreo time a woik.
Tbo ectiitn of the road from Heaumont
to Orange und tbo Sabine a dutuxico of
twentv-two mile U uow lu imr pushed
ahead with spirit and it ia- mil
those iu charge of the v. ;... u. s t.a- v
will be completed to tr.' !y t1- ; '
.r A niiwf . On tl.tt i !: i. ii
iriiyhi.. iiilui(UM . .' . '..ibi.
the work is ulo pr - - ' by Piy in power ingNnd
tiunwill probably bo rompletiii m ilnM.i Uu aloHtin of grand janes nt? lnui-
cnrlv part of V.'mb.i. l--- ' 'K-Mi- hi i ubli. pMutlon
Tllli DKJOINGy OXTiri2 3IIMUUI3!$
Tho howm by tho b.sl HllPaso mail aro
not so encouragingas on fonnjir occasions.
Great excitement still cjffianuefl to exist
in reference t(J the mineaift doubts are
entertained us to the requisite p!y of
water. Many persons iniSSS fjinjy from
El I'uso.btit limy wiah tcjR-ait unUl the
rainy season sets in. .tfrtwo stated be-
fore this commences in July and lasts till
thobrginnlng of Soptombg
liy a letter from Fortjilbnore dated
the S.TiFiilt. vc learn thaffl'thu excite-
ment is ry great; nil tlujji)vprbuid Mail
Comp. employees have lgftTfor the mines.
Mr. Phil Herbert ex-Motnpr of Congresf-
Kfrom California (tbo snrnSTwho hilled tho
waiter in Washington some two or three
years inco.) is hero. lj8fts hiring men
at fivo dollars n day undfuwird to gu to
tho tninc-fl.nml work forjflith. A firm in
this placo has senf u largaJstock of goods
to tho iniiies . h I lfirU' v
Tho writer of a letter fronT El Paso to n
merchant in town seems to doubt whether
thn mines can bo worked advantageously
fur want o" water. He says ajso that two
Mexicam from Mosilhi Valley without
lroper implements for digging and wash-
ing collected eight ouncos in cdghl d-iy.
r'veral others have alo dono well.
The editor of the Arionlun writing from
Tucson to a gentleman in town under date
Tucson 25th Juno 1 8(10 says "a gentle-
man that arrived yesterday direct from the
"Memhros Hirer" mivs there is no oues-
tion of tho richness of tho now gohljiig-
i lgs. Tho few that are working at present
are doing very well. Tho great diliioalty
is tho want of water and till the rainy
season sets in it is impossible to form any
true opinion of their valuo or richness.
I would advise waiting for father news
before i nuking any venture. There are
new 250 person-i at and aout tbo mines
as I learn- In my opinion 1 do not think
tho news very meouruging but a lit tie
time will set tho matter at rest'
Cnuoirs Cask. Hi the? Common Pleas
Conrt.of Luxor no county Pa. lately a
somewhat iiugulur case was tried. 'Phe
administrators of the estatoof J'jlih-i Ilnr-
rid had offered bis elTects at public h:le.
Amoiiff other things was nu uncouth Mock
of wood supposed by sumo to be a part of
a cneeso press bur the true rburueter and
olijee.t was unknown. David I. llut-
luacher tid it. oil' for fifteen eent. and laii.
it out against the f nee until night when
ho carried it home tfuhscqueiilly bf !o-
toriidued to gratify hi curiosity and ac-
cordingly split tho block open when he
found a queer secret drawer opened by a
long rod and containing bonus notes and
other matters besides about 2 oOOin gold
and wilvur coin. It bad lA"ng been conjec-
tural that money and otlfvva3uablcd wue
secreted somewhere ii! vtdjo premises.
An aniiaujilpfluit' was '' !i.tortbQ.rA
n.-" . rslripl Vov-
tlict for tbo oxootitovs s
A Goon Toun 4S" Ufx?N Cars. Tlo
flouiorMr. Guy ul tho Xation Ilolel at
Wasbim-Hon- bears a likeness to Gen Cans.
Upon this tho correspondent of tho New
York Times tells tho following story:
A hlranger who Mipposod he knew mine
hot very well put np at the National the
otlu r night. Since tbo house has beetune
ihe crack hotel at the Capital iris quite
full and at this time tbo new comer ne-
cessarily for the first night was sent to
tho upper iloor to Mcep. Coming down
stairs iu tho morning a iittleeross he met
Gen. Cass there who has a fine suit of
rooms in tho hall stepped up to him and
Gen. Cufh interposing said nervously.
Sir you aro mistaken in thjj peiv.m you
uro addressing. I am General Cass o!
Stranger confusidly. "lleg your par-
don General Cuss thought'.it was my old
iVieud Guv. Ueg a thousand pardons
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Mr. All n nusiuivo i u."ri ju mi.
Tho General passed out ogjtho 1 uiidlnp
but soon returned and as lual; would have
it tbo htrauger met him full in the face
again but in anotlu r pivilluiK. Tl.i-j ti.no
bo was sure ho had niino bosh for t!'.e Se-
nator fronvlichignn bad iilst gone. So
tho stranger stopped boldlyTup shipped
the General familiarly on tup slmuiuer.
nvfliiimbi"'' I iv K
'Hy heavens Guy l'vo got a rich sell
volute. I met old Cass uoMdairs just
now thought it wus you andUiOgau cuss
ing my room." s
Gen Cass. "Well man mx have met
old Cass again. f
Stranger sloped and has not been b.oanl
from fciueo. JJ
Mioriti Goi.n MiSK.--Th6ioiir.gap
pears IU UIO OU I-oum ncquuiigiUj wi iuv
1 ltbt as a communieition: X
Dr. Coeh editorof the minlngjcpartincnt
Jhmlels K&tung ainv-
suits a net g'in of :o por ton.
Uy - U
We boo it tated that one of tbo Worms
of tbo illssissimH
It ho i
i-n.M.i "";7 :'...;" vvv; jv." ; The .Senate has contirmva mo rnwmcms Poart at ofiU-o in Pan munl. thU wthdayoti j. ;. u-ukaux Proprietor.
may cost about o000. At a -depth of o. pointmeul 0f .Mr. Isaac II. Wright as I Jum ; 1S00. SAM S. SMITH Clk C 0 1 Co. June M m dAw3m
.. j.n hi 1tlt1.tit Til iirulMI llfllll'r riril milk
U'ei luni' iiBii'iiiiMMiwii-iitwmWBim.iv ..i.nrhnt: of the SDrlllCtleJU .UaSd. y liinvawu ii.B abji y. I
in Ihv bulk uf roM. ami il i conlgmplated Supnntenatfnt oi mt pnnguwu iu: y ....- a. Scnu:icni:a. E. Abat.
for tho present to work this shaft to 20 A;r'rsiJent wi ot Oil tbo pree.u Deer aiul WIC lllooil. SCIU-niCIlIsn & AHAT
feet. vAnov in 1.0 Supremo Court til next pin: uudcr.igned has opened in his new largo LA1JD AND GENERAL AGENTS
Tnkir-it fol granted thnt tho enormous vacancy ill tUO supreme v j Biei.mm..nuu-UmwIun Carcol street near -ttx attend to the purchase nnd sale of City
maes of oiv. iu their cstciwion Resemble Wl7ft ' Ai.lnrinp tho two Indian treaties lyopjwJto tho "iexm Homo a y rrnpcrty Inmis ttna lnnl ecrip to tho loca-
tboseoftbeUral Mountain.. tlieftls thU m After con 6 " BCOV UlMl WiilC SulOOll tion ofS.uU r.ifect!n8 of titles procuring pnt-
Ucovery ibo mon un-rtant wMoIi Up. ' - "..'."...: where he horc0ke.Ping tho chob.o.t wines and on
ever been mttuoiu lissom i una wonuprou- tuo tncai snwi-ni .vw .v boer and by constant ana assiauoas uiwiuini m - - - -- rrcneh's buUdlnc.
i.i.. n.iiii.Mia & .. . . r i. ... i. nmi'Avt nnti nonveuienco oi uis iimtuui. iu -" -. .- ; rt. mm -
Sandy Hook. Juno 28. The mammoth
steamship Great Eastern Copt. Hall sue-
cesser to the late Capt. Harmi
tbo Light Siilp at 7 o'clock tht
The Great Eaorn left tlm '(
'lM.n.. . L' A ". l.r. .i V....H... . in
Aiitua-ui uasLLTii ick mis iuiHii(s ni iu
o'eloclcQuiJim morning oT lho 1tb Inst.
Tbovlimo between tho Needles and the
Light Ship ranged from 251 to 33.1 unh-s
iu twenty-four hours. She draws 27 feet
Shu is now laying near the Light Ship
awaiting astiillcient rise of water to enable
bor to cross and proceed opposite tbo Jlatlu
ry where she will cast anchor.
Everything about her is iu the most com-
The Great Eastern bring? no later com-
mercial news but a few nucleating political
itomn icccivod by telegraph from different
points on tbo Continent.
The United States mail steamship Adri
atlc from New York arrived out hi Havre
all well and was to leave Cowes on Wednes-
day 20th Inst. for Mow York.
European Political Intelligence.
ST-ho spirit of nationality in Sicily hat.
nniered "' .freer- that it reetnv
tulliguuf o from 'tfio'Uontinent is cen'.cied in
the great events of which Sicily is the scene.
The secret committee of Mosim is at
present in full correspondence with Gen.
Garibaldi who is still at Palermo his prta
The ive.mt news which bus been laid bo-
lero thu publi" desciibing an iusurreulmn m
Cah'bria is rt piesent denied and eaid to be
I)ispateh"3 frdm Falenno say tliit Fata
uia aftoi having been pillaged wns evnetia-
ted by lho royal troops who-c loss dining
an engagement with a band of insurgents
Several Neapolitan officers and soldier?
have deserted aid returned to Puletmo.
from wbvncj they wero sent to Cabibrih.
A diKpatch dated Florence Juno lb'th
siys it is reported that llaron H bcasoli is
about resigning the office ol Govern-ir-Gen-oral
A message dated Turin Jnno 16 states
that M. Tbouvuual is acting in concert
with Count Cavonr respecting a policy for
France and Sardinia iq relation to the Sicil
Dispatches received at Paris from Ilaiou
Urenuor state that a revolution in Naples is
Tho Governuumth of Kussh nui Austria
r.fus.j to recognize the annexation of Tusa-
cary to Frame.
'1 ho Lmperor Nnpobon made hli entry
into Baden amid tho most intense enthusi
The procession gotten up on the occision
was sp'cndidanl of an imp ismgchnr ctor.
Napt loon is about to cl.4i: as a compen
nation on uecounl of a new territory which
Garibaldi's successes willadd to ill- House
of fc-'uvoy that G noa the Province of Nice
and the Island of Smhnia should he annex-
ed to Franco.
Tho London Weekly says the great Pow-
ers have discovered a wdieino on tho part of
Kusia and Fiance to givo tho Dwiubim
Pi evinces to the Grand Duku of Leuchten-
berg. Lxpresa from Denver C.ty nrri- 1 tVU
dnv J - ed bete to-
The or-cprcss brou!. n; . r M n f
Little llovert chief of lbs Araplioe tnb
of Indiaup. is not killed as was previouI
reported. His brother leceived a somewhat
d.inerous wound during tho lusl eeage-
inent. The lepoits from California are choeiinar.
and crowds are rushing thither fr m P.keV
P.ak. Sumo of the cluuns arc yielding fab-
Guloh miners aro realizing from fifteen to
twenty dollars per day.
Mexican Treaty Postponed
IViuhiitgton June 8. Tho Senate yes
tcrday in executive session resolved lopowt-
ponotbo consideration of lho MeLne
Ocampo treaty till the month of Decomber.
flSnyor Voml on the zromJuulions.
Washington Jvim 28. Tho Washington
correspondent of the Now York Herald
sin & that tho Mayor has been conferring
with Uuuias urecuinnugo ami ine auuuu
lie sug'jes's that there be ouo electoral
ticket in the Statu of New Yoik. unpL'dgud
to cither candidate but to throw tbo vote
tin deemed politic.
Both sides favor tho proposition. Tf the
proposition should happen to fail Wood will
o lor Douglas.
" Tho President Ins dechr-d to the Nation-
il Executive Committee his entire njtrolm-
tion of tho nomination of Bioek'innilgend
tiov. aviso's Opinion.
Norfolk June 28. Gov. Wise of Vir-
ginia pronounces lho nomination of Breck-
inridce and Lano tbo most udmirable to save
Klectln? In Schenectady.
Schenectady N. V. Juno 2tf. A meeting
of the friends of Gen; Sam Houston will
be oilltfd onfithe 10th. for the purpose of
noininatirg Houston electors for tho otate.
Ulchinond Couvenlb n.
Richmond June 28. Tho Richmond
Southern Constitutional Convention reas-
sembled in this city pursuant to adjourn-
A lcsolution was passed declaring Jlrcck-
innde and Lane their choice
The convemion aujuuiueu xuivmc .
Confirmations by tbo ricnate.
Washington June 28. Tho appointment
of Judge lvnney a.- Uhiof Justieo tor tbo
Territory of Utah by the 1'n.sbknt has
been confirmed by tuo oenuie
ai York. Juno 2d Tho Great Eastern
ado her way up to thU city as soon as tho
tblo was sutlicienily high to permit her to
croej tho Narrow? nnd is now safely au-
' vv m po.ite the Hatu-iv
Unbounded enthusiasm exists among the
haibof'crdfts attending her.
Washington Juno 28. Tri tho Senate to-
day unsuccessful attempts were made to
order the printing of tho eleventh volume
of lho Pacific ltailway Itoport.
Confirmation by the Senate.
Washington Juno 28. Tho appointment
of Jos. K Johnston as Quartermaster Gen-
eral of the Anny In place or the Into Gen
Jessnp was confirmed by tho Senate to day
afler which it adjourned sine die
At Livingston's Manor Now York
rocently. an old gentleman of soventy-fivo
years named Lerow married a young and
beautiful damsol of eighteen -summers
named McLeland residing near Hudson.
The old gentleman's consideration is pure
love and devotion : tho young lady's was
tho settlement upon bor of $100000 in her
own right by tbo happy groom. This is
mid-summer sliding into the lap of winter
in a verity. Tho blind god's wings were
slightly tippod with gold this tunc wo
TiikStatk or Tnxvs Ko 20G
Uuuaty of Moillaa. )
Jlolly Amrld va. Taaaa ICimmct.
TMm State ot Texas
To tbo fcnpiil Modinn County Urcoting :
Mirrcr- u iy Arn W. a citizen of U maora
IChnino; di 1 ( n tii.j 10th flay of Seprembor AD
iot)u wnKO uxtrutn una dolivcr unto bi I AranM
hid two cortbin pnnntwury notes in words nml fin-
ales following to-ttit :
On or before the fifteenth of Mnv A 1) Ir60 I
promiwtopay Holly Arnold Six llun-irod and
ihroo dotlAiR nnd 33. 100 .for valuo rciolrod thu
.eptoinbor 10th day 1853.'
f -itfued Isivxq Kiaimcl."
On nr ljpforc tho fifteenth of May A D 1859 I
promise to pay Holly Arnold Six Hundred and
throo dullard and 3.ii-lUU iur valuo rccuirod this
Sqitemlcr 10th dny 1859.
l"lncdj Isaac Kbuiucl."
That tlio said liuae Kiuonul has wholly fuilod and
rofusotl and still fails and rvfiuerf to pay said tums
or any putt thuitK-i" and that juid notearo wholly
unp.iil and duo to pttitioncr'sduaiac two thorn-
uuddolhirs. That tho cbovo mentioned pioutisnory notes wore
made oxcaulid and didivoro.l by taid Kiumicl to
s.ild pctitionor a.- u. part payment for a ivi tain
tract of land containing 4?6 ucrua on tho south-
west rido of Mpdoia llvor hoingthe upper past f
iurvcy No. Iu in ye -iiou Xo. 6 In 13exar county
pntoutcd to U. W. Dulun
M'htrefofo petitioner prays fur judgment for lho
outu of ttrolvo hundrbd anil six Ufii-100 dcllnri
vr th interest thoreon irom tbo l5tl.uayc.fM.iy
A i 1SVJ dniii.tses iosts (f suit for tho ontuiec-
ntcnt ol ins vjudors lieu upon uaul land and gono-
rul mUcf Ac Xu.
And oath having been inado by Chns M. McDon-
ald plniuiill's attorney of record that tho rod-
doaco id said defcnlanf Isaac Kitmnel is un-
known t him.
TIu-io aro f lmrir ro to onmuinnd you that ou
oito ih? f-aid Uauc Kiiniuel by puMloiillrn c-f this
unt iu the San Antonio Lodifor i Tcmui a week-
ly uew?p iper publlbhud hi tho city of Sau Antonio
county of jtoxnr Statu of Texas (Iboro being no
nowppftper publbhed in thU couidy) for ioar sue
ocssivo wotks pn viouu to (ho return day bercuf
to bo nnd appo.ir buforo tho Hon. lo'trictCourt of
tbo lat Monday in IMoUr A 1 ibL'0 then and
tbcro to answer tbo petition of tbo a' t Jlolly Ar
Jloroln f.ill not but make duo icturn according
fL Wilnc." 1 rjink U'-iHiorzor floiii ot thu
MriU I'oiirt of Medina cmnty nnd tlio soal tbcrc-
of. uti Cafttrovillo. tbi- -iUih day of Juno A 1 1
d Juno A l lKbU.
fssuod same day. w Clk 1) C M Co.
Oiimo to haul ti-la Juno 30th A ) 1SG.0. and
oxocuted tho eaino day by ordurlug publication M
thU writ in tbo an Antnnio Lodtvr and Toxan r
A'eokly newspaper publigbod in tho city of SanAn-
tunlo and county of Uexar there boin; no nows-
pajor publljhod in ibid county for four &uccossive
weeks nroviJUj t tho rctuui thereof
an-:; V. M0alt ShoffMCo.
July Sth-hv ' prBfcc220J
C. K. GATTER
WOriiD reQpecti'ully nnnounco to tho clfixen
of Western 'iVxaa tli.it bo baa ttnblbho
cour.ty Stiueuf Toxhs tlil nn tho 5th day of Juno " or" iauics otall sizes ana qualities;
A JMH'jU fiLtt bis potitlna iu iny office tolling IVbnt-Jtotn a largo assuitincnt;
": Tr a". . . .. '"'"' 'flL. "'wi w vaoics jircnUtnst. Dinin-' anU Ten ; Kxtcn
Mxiind C6!100ttollr-.fnr this that Hiairi Unn TaMcs. Oak Lnamclcd and Walnut;
bim3olfin.San Ant-.nio fur tho p.. rposc of building lyunrs ( Id-and tho cattle mutt be in ood condi-
MilU sBtthiffUii Stcim Kncinofl and all kinda of tion as to hordth nud flcFh. The following will
machinery Kcnoially but especially fur tho con
firpmvorfoduf trrttfation as woll ad for grinding
nhuat.corn or d-lving cutOm jia- Ao. Having
hr.d tdi;lit yuaw oxpcrlencnln tho .State tf Calilor-
nln bi'li.'d'ln:? "Wind Milb for tho above footed
purp'i5f.p bo d " not hesitate tunf-crt that boom
build them cho.-ner moro pracl'..Mc and durable
than have ever 'teen built In thu Mate.
Kvcry mill will be warranted to perform the
.imnunt of work Plate 1 and tf ln frnm 4 t- 12 hi-rsC
powpv according to ?'.e and purposes wanted.
IT.ivlng leon apt cinted ly
.Toiyi T. Hoyo iSi Co JUifialo H. Y.
tho largest mllbiurnbMiiR efrtahlii'hineiit in tho
Inltti'l State" thr:r annt for Vrcstorn Tc::as ho
will be enabled to furnhh Rallies wishing to pur-
chase machinery cheaper than thoy can procure It
from any oilier sunivo. Ho can pupply at tho short-
est notice all klndii of iron work such as Tarblno
water whocU. of all Mies and descriptions Iron
glinftini; bcvol spur and mitro gearinj? pulleys
HplndloH for m'll htcno? and pinions bales drivers
and bashes proof staff1 lighter pcrcw? bales and
pins French burr stones of nil slzoa Noves patout
pnrtivMo gristmills from 'JO incbos in diameter to
I feet nil cmplntc Iron bolting reois mill w'clu
Ki-rnn wtrft. bulling ololb. bcltint'. A'C.
Drawings plana and estimates fur mills or other
mp'ddnory furrd.-hed nt rDnponnUo r.to.
Y. rpihe of D. O. Alexander or at 1?' K iltever'B
Drug tro 1y 2difcwtm
A A NEC; ICO GlIHi about fourtoen years
(dd. Apply at thU otfiee.
t rSm.Kiilpji Tnnulror will Tlcaso nubHsh four
t'.ms. and send bill io thin offiee.
.in Ancomo judu i iquu
TAKKN IU ns nn estray by Mr. I. CHno nnd
estrayod brforo S. T. Cooko Tn a Justioo of tho
Peace In Precinct No. P a bay horse colt with
blnie face both bind feet white; no brand perceiv-
able. Appraised by J. S. Morris and C. biles at
'UncM Pmn 5- Smith olorlt of tho said bounty
iA r.n.rnrt nnd convouienoo
merit a liboral share of the public patrenng.
Uia rofims ro spacious nnd well voatbated and
5fu W. :d MarcbW . '' w-f
THK UNDEBSIGWISn Is now opening;
X in a portion of tho building fronting on thoi
Main Plasa and formerly occupied by Vnnco & )
Uro. a largo and well selected lot of Turnlturc '
HosoirooA Parlor Setts
Walnut !o. Chnmbcr Sctls
A largo lot of Walnut IJcdstcads all lho di
fcront patterns of the day.
. ALSO J "'
a iargu loloTHaIrMati'CRScshfinoiIuality; -Miircaus
Hosowood Imitation ltoscwood Oukr
IVashulands both open and close of all des-
criptions; Work Tables of all sizes and qualities;
A VUfiY LAIHJi: LOT 01'
CHAEIiS r.iilor Saloon Dining Chamber.
Ot'iioc llotaiy Oiliee. Children's largo Hock-
ing Itieheltcu Gothic Kcception Library
Vardrobcs of all dc??riiition?;
IVIre Safes different qualities.
House Funiisiiiiiff Goods:
Sapcr IJaiigings and Wlndou' Shades a
largo nnd fine assortment;
"lattings Door Koom Stair Chambor; n great
variety. AIko several Setts of vory olo-
gnnt Tnblo Mats;
iJasItcts Clothef Maikct Knlfo. Ac;
WOODEN AVASSH a small lot of extra; -Corn
iJrnoms a largo lot tho best that could.
bo procured in the Xotlhern market; also
Hair brooms a fino article;
Floor Scrubs DcU; do with a variety of other
articles in the same lino.
OIL CLOTHS for floors!
rn frir.iM to suit room? 1 to li yards wide war-
ranted to bland tbo climate; bestHnglish Oilcloths
for I'urnituro covers.
A lot of WHITIS CHIXA selected expressly
for this maikct;
Also a largo let of Common TEAS.
Witbin lho next ten or fifteen days I
will be ncoivinp
Togetber with a fine lot (tf light
All tbo abovo articles will bo sold at a levs
maigin tban any 'wmilar goods beretoforc of-
fdred in this market.
J. 11. bYONS.
San Antonio June 0. 18('p. cl&w-tf
a r "i?
UU uy U a cjr ton
O EALKD nronnsals will bo receive
V ) otilco until 12 o'clock M.on tho 25th of July
1660 nt v.hirh time thoy will bo publicly opened
for tho delivery of 200) Two Hundred head llocf
Cattle to tbo A. A. U.S. Tort Stockton Texas on or
before tho 15th day of September 18G0
fodder uiuet fttato tho prico per pound net at
v;hih thoy propose to deliver the cattle. ICo steor
ill be reoohoil of Ion. weight than GUO pounds
i'njE. nor Ie?3 than threo nor moro than seven
no uio iiiuuu ui uuiuiauiuii um tiwi. ij;it wi mu
1st M'hcn prr.cMooblo cattle presented for acccp-tnii'-on
ust bo weighed up n tnc scales From tbo
Uvu Mulghr oi'aVteor thus iipccrtnincri Ills net
weight hall ho dotoi mined by deducting forty-ftvo
por onitum v.hon hid grow vrcti$ht exceeds thirteen
hundio I (Kd)0) pound;' and tiftypcr centum whoa
it U c?" lhan that and not uiulor eight hundred
'Z I Wbou it U iaipraelicalilo to weigh upon tho
rimIos. ouo or moro urempc tcer3 must bo selected
killed and dros-od in tho upuul manner. Tho
avnraga nit weight of thcfe (necks nnd phanks ex
rlu V'd) Hill ho ueceptod as tho average net weight
'Jwognod sreuvities mutt bo named in tho bids
for tho f.tithitil porformnnco of tho contract.
Tho undersigned or Ua successor reserves tho
right to reject all bids deemed unreasonable.
Propo&iU iaust bo endorsed Proposals tfor fur
nishing licet Unttio.
Office of A. C. S. Dep't ) T. O. WILLTAMP
of Texas San Antonio Ut bt. 1st Infantry
Texas Juno 15th 1600. ) A. C. S. Dcptlesas.
11. A. llHNSON. WM. 11. COWAM.
UKNSOX & COWAN.
Attorneys nt Law San Antonio Texas Ofiico
on Commerce ftrcct near Main IMaza. "Will prnc-
tico in this and neighboring Counties nnd in tho
Federal and Supreme Courts at Austin.
May 17 DAW ly.
An Amcrtcin Ilorso bright bay color 7 years
old. branded T 5 on tho near shoulder and coun-
I torbrundod T 5 and has a ecar on his stifle. Tho
JL. 'to v7
rfVTTi-t ' - rr
horse wat t.u:cn from a runaway negro belonging
to Pleasant Jones of I)utrnp and Unow In tho pos- '
session of lloss Kennedy who lives on Itanchero
creek. Xbo owner will please come forward pay .
cbarcjos and take bu property.
16th jo ilAw3w
MAIN STREET 2WERNE
lSlanco County Texas.
i .un Antonio uy ) icuu.
.It I). HUCIIANAN
ATT0NEY and counselor at lawySan Antonio
Uexar county Texan. 2
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