The Daily Ledger and Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 332, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 15, 1860 Page: 3 of 4
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From observations taken at tho hospital tJ. S.
Army at San Antonio Texas lat. 29". 2522"
N.j long. 93w. 23 IV V;-altUudoof tho Barom
Ur above the lovot of Tho sea 640 foot
' MRTROnOLOaiCAL OD9KnVATIO!!Si
7 I 2"T"9"
AM PM PM
51 ! filH SS7
49- ?3 J 59J
53: 77 i
69 i 78;
10th. wind sooth southeast and east weather
Yrtir. llth wind West and southeast woather fair.
lZth. wind south and southeast weather fatr. A'
wlight shower of rain foil in tho afternoon nm't of
Vain 2100 inches. 3th wind sout east weather
tiottdy and fair. A slight shower of rain in the
teornlng anVtof rain 2J-100 Inches 14th wind
worth and nurthwost; weather fair; rain began at
12 a ra and ended at I a m; amount of ruin 45-
ltbs; thundor and lightning between 12 and 2 this
morning 15th wind northwest and southeast j
Hospital Steward U.S. A
-SWo givo tho. returns by majorities from
th'd;count!os as far as hoard from it may
i?t of tho counties even thus far hoard
Fayetto 5 procinots
Burnet 1 precinct
Comal Now Braunfols
Coryelo Gatesvilln incomplete
Col irado "
Froo Stono "
Brazoria all for Breckeuridge.
Wht Excitement of Intoxication- 'Vw
flovo of uin'botFus and intoxicating com-
1 pounds is no universal tlmt it mny iilmot
(.'.limit n an instinct. Evtry ntilion 1ms
5 itiu a f;rtnt'r or lissl goo ; .sour in tin1
.. . 1tapo of opium foiih' i Mnokc somu in
t'$v n!;.soim in snuiF; but from tho equator
t llH3tuow Hud it (Ait- a Inlling-
tt'hungos' in dross according to too cli
rnati' hittnhvuys tho .iiino neod nlwnys
the same de.iro. Kings havo deerrcd pun-
isluntut'Oti tho secular hide; prifsls liavr
!ui:itlicm.itfcsod on t'10 fijiirituul: law ma-
kers lmvo souglit to pluck out tho habit
root and branch from the people ; but all
tt) no good mun still goes on fiunkoiug
"(muffing and chewing putting nn memy
-into Iiis tnoulli to steal uway his brains
and finding immoun satiafaotion innprno
iico that makos.Jiim both an invalid and a
madman and never quits him till it has
laid him fairly in .the grave.
Col. V. JC Stevenso7i has accepted tho
Presidency of tho Southern Pacific Rail-
road and hns gone to Europn'iu connec-
tion with matters pertaining to the inter-
ests of tho load. Tho Nashville Banner
learns that tho New York ngent of a Ger--mnn
and French Iioupo hns hignifiod to
'Col. Stovenson tlmt -'his priucinuls will
.contract to build tho entire road taking
one-half oftho pay in tho stock of tho road
yitli a mortgage of thojands of tho. com-
pany as security.
JJow to get rid of fleas from a sleeping
Apja.rtment: Sot tho night light in a pan of
soap-suds upon tho floor of tho room; the
fleas will naturally seek tho light and fall
into tho soap-water and otio who tries it
will find tho plan sum to rid them of every
flea in tho room. California Farmer
Tho Iiancheros aro now actively rn-
jgnged in gathering tho corn crop. Hardly
!an Iiour passes when Mexican carts tjan-
not bo eoen in our principal streets heavi-
ly loaded with their grain Mnny thous-
and fehegas will bo brought into Mesilia
;fromJhe surrounding ranches during the
""ffifXi rownvikH. Tho corn looks well.
Jut the yield has not been as largo' thU
season as usual on account of tho oxces-
sivo drouth "Mesilia Tines.
United Stales and Texas Boundary.
Tho work of fixing tho boundary lino be-
tween tho Torrtoros oftho United States
nudhoStaio pf Tevns having been com
'Weted' under tho suporintondeico of Com-
fijMioiibl Jbhn II. Clarke that officer
With'his' party sot out for Port Smith
wliere'thoy arrived orj'tho 28th Sopt... all
.well. Tho party will hero "bo disbanded
srhon tho Commisnionor will return to
Washington and arrange his report and
maps. Nat'l Intolliguncor.
Curiosity is a thing that makes us look
oyer other people's affairs and overlook
our own! Xonoorats reprehoudlng our-
Vokitr! B&m it was rude to intruuointo
another inan'i 'fio'use with your eyes as
Tithyonrf '" '
District Judges and Attorneys Elected
7th District E. A. Paimor.
lath II. J.Jewett.
14th " J. O'Couner.
1st District Edward Collier
2nd " TIiop. E. need.
M. G. Amlurson.
S. S. B. Boneless.
Jno. M. McClnrty.
Joshua A. Stcpboas.
J. T. Dcchard.
Wm. J. Morton.
Jno. L. Henry.
D. O. Dado.
Joel A. Houghton.
J. V. Stayton.
State Uaietto. .
Methodist Episcopal church on Solidad
street. Rev. Jesse Boring Pastor. Preach-
ing every Sabbat'.i at 11 A. M. and 8 P.
M do do (to tho Servants) at 3 4 P. M.
Sunday School do at 9 o'clock A. M. Class
meeting everv Tuesday at 8 P. M. Prayer
do do Thursday do.
Presbyterian Church Commerce street.
Uov. B. P. Bunting Pastor. Preaching
every Sabbath at 11 A. M. do do (to the
Servant) at3J P. M. Sunday School do at
9 A. M. Piaycr meeting every Wednesday
St. Marks Episcopal Church (In Old Ma-
sonic Hall) Commerce street Rev. L. II.
Jones Rector (now absent.) Sunday
"Viool every Sabbath at 9 A. M. Service
(Lay Heading.) at 11 o'clock. A. M.
St John's German Lutheran Church. Rev.
0. O. Mayer Pastor Preaching every Sab-
bath nt 10 A. M and 3 P? M. Sunday
School do at 9 A. M.
German "Methodist Episcopal Church in
the 'Peoples School" Rev J. J. F! Brunow
Pnsttlr PreaciiingTevery Sabbath at 9 4 A.
M. and 34 P.M. ...
Sunday School at2 o'clock p. k.
Baptist Church (over S.L.Bardash's Store)
Sohdad Street."- Prayer and Conference
LMee(ing.-?Suhday and Thursday evenings
at'8 oclock? '
. ;t&te -.o
- MAIli. ARHANCJEMENTS.
New Orleans Mail
Arrives Stmdiijr Tuesday Wednesday and Friday
Closes Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday t3
Indianola itAir. via Sulphur Springs
Arrive rrry uHcrnnit rnj liy 12 o'clock M.
Cloven ever uUrriintu day 111 3 o'clock P.M.
VictouiA jmil vta Oollad
Arrives every aUernaie duy ly X'2 o'clock M. .
Cluen ewry ulteriiate ''ay ftt 3 oVlnck P. M.
uiiikin ii Daily nitiil tu tLe Cuast.
Arrive every altemiie dy by 4 o'clock A. M.
ChtJ.es every Altfrnam dny l J o'rlnck 1 M.
Coi.UMnus M il rm Seguia
Arrive d.ttlv liv 12 o'clock M
t'losei daily ut a o?elock P. U.
Kaqlk Pass Mail
ArnviM Wednc.d:iyj 11 ml .Saturday by 6 1. U.
Chiien Sundays mid Vednedays nt 9.1t.Mj
Conrus Ciiuisti .Mail
Arrive WediieMlninanil Saturdays nt 6 P. M.
loiei tfuuday4 and UtMUiMdayi nl P. X.
Arrive Tued.i. T!iiiriluynnil ."aliinlayH at C P.M
Clicc-i tfi.iilayh TneMlnyh ami Thumday at 3 P. M.
Kl Paso Mail
:iiM' duiidiiy by 0 P. M.
A rriw Friday by 0 I'. M.
tlo-i'fi Suuduyii at m P. M.
Arrivri Miicd:i) by t P I.
'Mu-es Sundajs at 1. P M
Oflico hnurf-: fiom 8 a if. to 1 r w nnd from 3
i. w. to G r. i. UHlllyp from 8 to 9 k. u.
11KN1U L It WMZ P. M.
Tho rftiito of Tnxn?
County f Box.ir.
1 County Coiut
be.' Term A
To the Sheriff' of Bexar County -Greeting:
Whcr.is ChiulM JjPyron thu duly elected and
qunlifiud commissioner of tho irrigation property
liurtainlnff to tho n.ifcpinn of uiiJfbo in Bexar
.unity has by hw petition filed in s.iid court re-
ppciited to said court that there bus been appor-
tioned and assessed ngdinst threo and one hall
Suurtcn of irrig.iblo land in said mission adj lining
the Miortcs owned by Rlshop Odin on tho south
and tho Hutziir suertes on tho north tho San An-
tonio liver on the cast and the nuin irrigating
ditohon tho west belonging to Adolpho do la tlarza
nnd Juan do la Oarz.i (.1 minor) tho sum of S23J 50
the pr.tporttonnl piiuro incurred in tho building cf
the main dam and in thn repairing ol tho ditches of
said iirig.iblo lands. That tho said Adolpho do la
(lurza resiles In the Republic of Mexico and that
the said Juan do ladn7.11 is a minor and that John
0. Cr.iw ford U Lis duly appointed Guardian that
said owners havo failed mid refused to pay the
said sum of $'3i BQ their prop rtional share of ex-
penses ns aforesaid and praying that tho said
John C Crawford guardian of tho estate and per-
son of Juan do la Garza minor and tho said Adol-
pho do la Oarza be cited (tho hitter by publication)
to appoar-beWro the Honorable tho county court
and show oauso.why said sucrtcs of land should not
bo leased according to law to satisfy said demand.
WhnreuDon it was ordered by tho said court at
aspocialBosslon thereof held on tho 24th da)-of
October lduUthat tno saw donn u urawiuru guar-
dian bo cited by personal service and tho Paid
Adnlnho do la Garza bv publication to bo and ap
pear at tho November Term 18(30 of said court
and show cause why tho prayer oftho petitioner
should not bo granted as prayed tor.
These aro therefore to command you that you
cite tho said John.C Crawford guardian as afore-
said if to bo found In your county by.pcreonal ser-
vice in tho manner proscribed by law and the
said Adolpho do la Garza (who is without tho lim-
its of tho State) by the publication of this writ tor
four successivo weeks in tho Son Antonio Ledgor
nnd Toxan. anowsponer published in Boxar county.
to bo and nnpoar at the said November Term of
our said court to bo holden nt the court bouse of
said county on Monday tho2Cth day of November
16G0 there nnd then to show cause if any they may
have why an order for tho leasing of t aid land to
satisfy fluid claim should not bo granted as prayed
for. V . t
Herein fail not hut of this citation nnd your pro-
ceeedlngs had thereon ranko duo return to the
clerk' office of said court on or before tho return
day oftho said November term 16G0.
Witness Sam S .Smith clerk of said court and tho
L S seal thereof atofficeln San Antonio this 24th
day of October A D I860.
SAM ri SMITH Cl'kC OB O
Camo to hand October 26th 18G0 and executed
same day byo-dering publication ol this writ four
successive weiks In the San Antonio Lodger and
Texan newspaper published In Bexar county.
JOHN DOBBIN SherlffBC
by E A Stevens deputy
SPANISH NIGHTLY CLASS-
T lure estahUihe n parmanent nightly class for
airing'ltt lake fefson con Beo no at Mr. Huq
office or a't Afrl L'eala Sto'ro.
A A. LEMS.
N. 11. I wlll'aUo giro prlvato louons.
Sn Antonio Octobpr 2pt )8SP.
DE. GRAyCS o2"ri bis fomlly reddnce or
homestead 1 at 8.15000.
Apply to G. P. POST 01
M2& tf W. B.LKIGH.
At VAoct'j Old SUaJ MftlaPlAift
C. J. COOK Agent.
STltAYED OR STOI.CN
FROM tlo Ilach of Mr. Bennet'on tho Olmos a
brown horso about fourteen hnnds high three
years old with a heavy black mine nnd tnil and
urandsd I R on the left shoulder Any person re-
turn irfg the above borsc to Mr. Bonnet or to the sub-
scriber shall be suitably rewarded. San Antonio.
October 29th 1P60. CLARKE C00KI3 & Co.
14 FrcncVa Building. tf.
The state oi Texas County ot'ttoxar.
County court for the settlement of Kstatcs Ac.
No. 490 To October Term A. n 1B60
Whereas Jatkson Flowers Admlnlstratorof tho
estate of Dan Ryan deceased hns filed in said
court his final account and petition for discharge
Whereupon tho said court at Its September term
A I) 18G0 ordered a citation returnable nt the Octo-
ber term A D 18G0 thereof to be published in tho
San Antonio Ledger and Texan a newspaper pub-
lished in said Bexar county for twenty days
Now therefore nll'perpons interested in said es-
tate ire hereby cited to bo nnd appear nt said
term of said court to be holden at tho court house
of said county on tho last Monday in October A n
I860 and contest said account if they may see
f L SJ Witness Sam S. Smith clerk of the Coun-
l'..40Jy.0L?:lJi-count.v nrH' uo e'"' Hcrc.Qf at
oftfeo In'Sau AnfonU this fi'th dny of October a d
1BG0 SAM S. SMT i Clk C C B Co.
by Edward Miles deputy.
Tho Crentcst Iiniiruvcmcnt of the Age.
LEATHER !' LEATHER ! ! LEATHER 1 ! !
Slmm? Tannery 3 miles East of Austin.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared In
I show up hli new process for tanning all sorts of
Leather. (Without bark in from ono to forty
dnys ) There ore a few county rights yet unsold
which ho will sell low for tho c.ifh. Tho highest
cish price pnld for all sorts of hides nnd skins
l.enther exchanged for tho sumo nt lower rates
than it can ho had nt any store in the interior of
the State. The Leather has the approval of the
belt workmen In tho State.
43.3m.) I U SIMMS.
K. h Lilly
San Antonio - - - Texas
WILL devoto his attention promptly to tho col-
lection of notes accounts Ac of merchants
phyh'lnns lawyers printers Ao. Collections
made in any part of the State. Returns aluays
promptly mndo Will nlso attend to renting of
houses and hiring of negroes.
San Antonio Sept. 17 18G0 JAwly
SAN AXTONIOFEMALE GOMiKGE
LIIE Exercises of this institution will he re-
sumed at 8 o'clock A. M- of Monday next
3d Sept in tho basement romns oftho Methodist
Uhuri'h in this city under tho direction of Dr. nnJ
Mr". During who will bo nislstod by an able corps
of Teachers in all the departments of a solid and
ornamoutnl Collegiate Education.
1st Class (Juvenile) 310 pr. half year
2d " 815
3d " 820 ' "
PntlPfrtnU' K &? I II H
Gorman French and Spanish langnnge
each 810 pr. half year
Music nnd Piano Forte 825 "
Uso'oflnstrumcnt 85 "
Vocal Musle 8k " "
Drawing nnd Painting 812 "
Landscaps In Oil 820 " "
JA.MIJ VAKUE I'resldcnt
of the Hoard of Trustees.
San Antonio Tex Aug. 31et 16G0. ilAw-5 m.
CITY LOTS Eaatand Wcetof thoSan
Antonio river. Five Lots Immediately In
front of tho Arsenal (running from the toad to the
"nn Pedro creek). Also a dwelling house in Ala-
mo City vf Uh a largo irrigable garden and peach
orchard. Enquire of D. AJEVINE.
October 23. I860. d-tf
State of Texas. Atascoso County.
Estrayed by Uriah Stewart 5th day of Juno 1660
before Wm. Me D Stevens. J P. A Co. ono gray
horso supposed to be 8 or 0 years old M hands 3
Inches high the right hind leg somewhat swelled In
the bock branded on the left thigh with a Spanish
brAndffppralsodby Levi LewU and W.J. Milter
Alsoat the same time one blue roan horse hog-
backed some barne marks 13 bands 3 inches'
high supposed to be six years old branded on the
right hip with a Mexican bran J appraised at 825
by Levi Lewis and W. J Miller.
ED. WALKER elk e e A c.
TO SHEEP PAHMHKS
Tho advertiser having had eight years experi-
ence in the management of .Sheep in Australia
wants employment for hlmrclf nnd two boys 11
and 14 years old on a sheep farm In Western
vlpply till the 15th November by letter at the
ofHcu of the Austin Ute Gazette to II K.
Austin October 12 t-n!5
The undersigned has constantly on hand a targe
variety of Land Certificates of different sire and
v bo happy to dispose of them on liberal terms
for cash. KDWAUD SLESSENQKR.
Office near the Drug storo of O. O. Mills corne
flf Alamo A Commerce streets.
' Btn AntTTil stpi. 30 186" 4k-x
Jfc tji ?
UAMDFACTURGnAMD DEALBTl IN ALL KINDS OP
Fire-Arms & Ammunition
cf overy UocrlptioaS '$
Has Just received a large supply or Arms
all aclocted by htmsolf conaliKor In 150 fine
double and single Guns of alt eli&j 160 Hides of
almost every calibre t very lnrgfefasAortinent of
ColPa Kevolvtng Rifles and PUtMen the most fn
vorable terms; Sharp's IUQea and tosloli1 Dfringtr
Pistoli Whitney's llealo'i WATtoM1 rind Bncon?i
Rorolring Pistols; Sharp CoU'Mind.Ely'a Cart
ridges Sharp's and Maynard'a Prlmora;' C6ppr
cnrtridKcs of different iltei. for saloonnd ro Voir lac
pistols; tho Sword Can;s and Cane.Ownfi and UiflMj j
nnd cups. Blowing Horns Shot Vcaax pelts
Curtis' nnd Harvey's diamond sri
elcctrlo and sporting Powdor; alt tit
and balls.nnd a creut mnnv othlr'
sporting lino which ho will sell bvt-i
guarantees his Colt's PUtols RlQclij
ordora promptly attondod to. . f
t : N..B.JCoEP.3ialt pjurW'of.CoJlti '1.
also a -fino assortment 6f Gun A'-'torlfil
Gun Locks double Triggers anQltlao BarrQlsVn.
&o.. for tho gun trade and Repairs armsatsh6rt
uo'.lce. Oct 2-d.VwGm
A JOSEEM! would tnlre tho liberty of
XX t announcing to th.oso who desire to layout
their money to good a'dvantngo; thatho hns just
received ftom New'Yotk a argo and1 well utsortod
Gcnl lemons' 'Furnishing Goods-
which ho offors for sale at the. following prices:
1 ff dozen FINE YVHITI-i SIIIUTS
1UU "at T5 cents a pi ceo.
p?( dozen Merino UtfDEIl SHIRTS
OVJ at OO cents a piece
fffV dozch Cot'to 11 UNBER SHIRTS
0J nt SO cents a piece
1 C dozen Cotton II AM' HOSE.
X JJ at SI 00 0 31 50 doi.
together with a -largo assortment ef Fancy
"sn&E sri5j(052 wnmso
at from 25 to CO cents a pleco nnd a great
variety of other Now floods which will bo sold nt
satisfactory price 3'. Likewise received yesterday
BLACK DRESS FROCK COATS
all Wool which ho ofTors for sale 'at Q8 oach.
Call nnd judgo for yourselves how cheap thov
aro. . His motto is "Quick sales ami Final I profits.'1
oct-9 d&wlw Commerce street.
P. J. tftlwni'cls
WUOLESALE d- RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS MUDICINES CHEMICALS
Pure Wines & Lifjuors. for-Mutlicinal uses
Glass Putty Paints Oils varn-
TOBACCO. S BOARS. &C &0..
SAtV ANTONIO. TEXAS.
Physicians- Prescriptions care-
fully compounded and orders
Medicines warranted genuine
and of the best quality. nuG-ly
MHS li CAHOIiAV will o-cn a -'chool
for young Iiulioe In tho Old School Pros
bytorinn church 011 the firnt Monday in Sop-imp
ler 1CG0. Hjr qualification as a teacher tui;.s
well known in this rity ns nl.-u) in othe parts of
tho Stat she hopes to mont a liberal share of
Tho English branches per session at the usual
rates of tuition.
VncM Music Etnbroidory and Ornamental work
without extra ch ireo. Piano S25.
No deduction for tuition foe unless in cases of
French and Spanish taught by masters.
Judgo Patlllo Pros' t of tho Hoard of Trustees
uf tho Marshal Female Imtituto; fr. N. Macau-
lay Principal of tho New Orleans Fein a' 3 ollog-
late Institute; Prof. W. J. Hancock Into princi
pal of tho Uastrop Fcmalo Academy ; Judgo I
. II. Young Ladies can bo accommodated
with board and lodging at tho houso of Mrs. Can-
terbury near tho school
San 'Antonio Augnt27. lRfiO. n!D2-t-i3
Buffulu Ijtiyou lirnzos k folorudo Ruilwuy L'u
Trains leave Alleyton (two miles cat of Colum-
bus.) every day except Sunday at 9 o'clock A w.
and arrivo at llarrlahurg at 3:30 r M.t connecting
wih Railroad and Stoamora- for Galveston and
Time from Alleyton to Galveston 10 hours
Passengers from San Antonio Justin Ao.. will
find this tho quickest and bet route ty tho Coast
TheB. H. P. AC. Itailwflr i now prepared to
carry goods with dispatch between Alleyton anu
They have a large Warehouse" at Alleyton also
one at their Junction with the' Galveston itallroad
and ono on the Bayou at the steamboat' landing
Goods received by this Company either from the
steamboat or tho Galveston Itnilfoad' will bo for-
warded free of commissions or riraynge
Cotton can be sent byr.this;Ilottd.either to Hous-
ton or Qalveston 4
nov la18fi(Mf ItOBT. HARRIS SupH
Washington City P. C.
Isaac Lawrence Ju 4
rute: ' WK '
For 10 conies ner annum 'asBBsHr $27' 60
For 20 ' iiflW?1 B0 00
For 50 W '1W50
For 100 " !$& 'SF 20
The cash to accompanjflho order la all eases.
Ttn first number of the Second Volume' of the
National Democratic uarUrly;Htriew will be is-
sued promptly commcnclng-to yoaVJst January
loci. -Wr- '-
Our friends who wish to possess themsel ves of the
work may do &nby remitting tbo'ft mount of their
subscription either to commenco-o renew their
Hack numbers can be supplied to alt thoso nhi
LITTLE. MORRIS A CO.
nn Thomag B. Florence M. O.
We thlntVn D. C.
uno liowio ana rocKOi jvniycstot
common nnd best Percussion Cnps
nn.l Balwln's Wads. Doi? WhiM.'(
Subrcrlpttoo price 83Opennnm Inance
Clubs' Canvassers PosTmosSvanXgenVllI
bo 'supplied with the KevIewSU'fl; tlthb 'following
THE UNDERSIGNED ) now opening
In a portion of the building fronting on the
Jaia I'Uxn and formerly occupied byVanoflTA
Uro.. a larco and well selected lot of Famlturo.
Roo6M-ood Parlor Setti
(..- . -
Ki-rsiO &nii R11nmel1.il.
AUrgolotof Walnut Hcdstcads alltbodlf
'. ' ; fcront patterns ol the day.
A large dot of Hair MatrcRACfl fine quality;
BurcaitH Iloaowood Imitation Hoiowood Oak
H'ashstaudN both open and close of all Ues-
Work Tables of nil sites and qualities:
Vltt-Nots a larffa-ossortmenti
Tatiles Breakfast Dining nnd Tea; Exto
Tables Oak Unameled and'Wal
a vitnv t.innr tnf.nv
bit AIRS Parlor Salqon Dining Chatn
4V t XO.. dO. .
Wardrobes of all desorlpttonst
Wire. Safes different qualities.
' House Furnishing: GoodsJ
Paper Hangings. and Window .Shades a
lurco una una nsssonmcmi m
flattings Boor lloom. Stair. Chnmbor; a great
variety. Also several Holts or Tory cie
gaijb lauio Aims;
Onskcts Clothes Market. Kuifo.Ao.t
WOODKN WAU15 a small lot of extra;
Com Ilroorosn largo lot the best that could
be procured in tho Northern market) ftUo
- Hair brooms a fino nrticlcj (
Floor Scrubs Doct d".t with a varlct f other
artlelos in tho smno lint
oil cloths; to ftoors;
In sizes to suit room- 1 to 1 ynrds'wlde iu
ranted to stand tho climate; hcstKngllih Oil clothe
for Furniture covors 1t.
A lot of HIIITK CHINA lolocted ozpretsly
for this market;
Also a large lot of Common TEAS.
Within tho next ten or fifteen days
will be receiving
Together with a fino lot of llgnt
All the nbovc articles will ho old nt a cht
innrgin thnu any flimilar goods heretofore of
fared in this market. '
J. H LYONS.
San Antonio. Juno 0 18G0. (l&w-lf
rle;; lonvo to call the attention of the Publta to
my large vluiluv and well solcctod nsjorlment of
Iluoty and Shoes
llatn ntid InrnlNliIng goodH
Also to it litrgo nssortntont (f
LADIES 'AND MISSES
' SHOES AND GAITEKS.
I am prepared to sell my clothing at tho follow
Kino Dress rrock coals all wool from 39 to Sl'-i 00
French Cloth do do 10 to lfi.00
Cnmmcre JJusini'HH Huits. do 111 to Jfl.00
ilo imnts do
do Dto n.oo
liliick do do
Cnnimcro vost.i do
Silk do do
Wlvrt do do
Fino Whito Shirts do
do 1.50 to U.50j
do ii to d.OG
do 3 to 8.00
do 75uU toli.50
I idiatl conduct my business on tho
nnd no deviation whutcvor will ho miulo.
Return the Money in nil cases ofdUsatis
is.mitnufucturtfd 4ln Now York( wlioro my
IsJocdtcd. I Iiip tliemdhoct to
San A.nt'011 i o-
nnd It cofltrt mo 10 prr'cout-to bring thorn
lioro and I hco no rcmson why tlioycunnot
bo Bold nt ton pi-r cent rbnvn
NEW YOHK I HICnrf
Commerce Mt Near tlicJtlaln Pla
San Antonio AtiRUHt 7 1800.
CH CAT IiXCITKMK
1L.IV.1ABSVKG A -BA;?.
Tnsl received tho largest and best selected
stock of Dry Goods conslitlngof a ;;reat varie-
ty of Amiricnn English nnd KrcnchPrlotf Eng-
lish and French .Meiinos plain and figured Do
Intne EnglUh ISarnges Fino all froo Delalbes
dapple shirt robes black ami fiinoyAUk robes Irish
ami English Poplins figured Mcrlos. Ao.
We have also a large assorlmenof Velvet and
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas ; chlldrWa cloaks and
mantillas. allsUcsnnd prices. ft
Wo furthermore bavo'on tiandlaMaratItl.re.
cclvlng tho largest slock of Ladles JkUnndwcloth
gattors buskins and slippers ns1 Ball rm a great ra-
rlety of muses and thiiurcn's ititi.
Our stock of clothinc nnd furntahlnrr eoods Is at
present larger than ever nnd prices reduced to
suit the times. We also keep on bnnd a splendid
assortment of American and MeiUan Hats men
and boy. A$ weft as carpet bagirnllieJ trunks)
Ac all which we'CifTer to sell f (
CIIEAPEIt THAN TIIJ3 C1IGAPI2ST4
San Antonio Oct 82 IBGO. jjn .3nV
Having een appointed yldnjlnlsifator. of tbe I2e
tnteiT A. SnpptnRton deceased by the
lion t court of Ilexar jlounjy at Its Sep.
temberciM 1860 and ffWen bond nnd sub
scribed ths equtred byla. All persons ham.
ing olalinii;ist fluid estate aroborpby required
10 presenu.t - - uiy nuinonimavea lor ace opt an w
withln'the ue prescribed by law.1
. D It. SAPPINGTON AUm'T.
Qftabr I lwu. "m Ow.
COMMERCE jpTpMift '
O Upoalto Tho Engllsli Ocrman School'
Nan tub !.iniOGE; l
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in-Slaplo
and Fnhoy .
Cruised Powdered Loaf a ti ColTce Sugars; Java'
Bio Manilla nd - focha Coffee;
Ilfson Ounpowdor Impiiial A bJaclc.Xeas;.
PlktlP. r.nrtl. flllcnfl llt.Mn. TltA. TnnrvniW"
B 1 el and Potatoos ; f ( J .
iiira uii ueans ana UMps ;
titerm. Star. AdauantlnWand Chemical
Mi'in.m PnnilUi . il
Biuonnd White Starch; . . tyl
aoftj no. 1 iramtiv and o ;er kinds; t w
Citron Prunes Swoo' pi) ' v-
Book Cfcndy CasiU fioape azy)
vuava uouy ; -.r
ky Haiard Koget Dupont j;
'l Kentuckv Hi 0 Powder 1 . -
Tobtqoo varua brandst - I A-uttj
Segnrs-genllo Havana end Jcrroftn; f jiu
I'lmia ami I'ina IiniLdar - . .itJ
Wiais and Liquors Pale iraiyf.;'TJf vy '.pftJvi
mieiors: uocnao. Aiex.c. &etie.a'A.iKbarrT.
v.. '. . ' ... -1 " irj'-"i
tfcJrey's Ale In. jugs Mu BfVftMf
''iner jionanu.umiM1'- iWtin'IffW'jTIJ
jar v-"v- wTK:-w.".ft:
ri7il .litmM Kitm nnrAlllii Ju&
p:Mi raspberry AnaiaoK; rry.
u AiiUfialcooicioff.win.OUli' '
Lh b h a 1j m fc 1 a lfeM I f
" m. -: e -- -
iiivugauvtwt uuuiuvu! jC
mi tow nncou uinsKysi sio
iJLten Ulnnor wine
c au unue ivino vmecrar.
f.: A...i .. . . . 'i
j uwpbrry. and other srrt
Ctt impflGtne yerious brand!
round spices ana Uono
Tapjoca Curry V
Starch Sano. T
arlort lndbjti and'
Pis: HIuo tl
Saucci; John Dull. llan-V Worceiter. Afuihi-'
ti room.-Tomaio. w&unu tnohovi aaa'FAppsr.
CxoHd A BlnckTToHViCnJ Lh PkkU&Xt '
vnpo(i) guiuiuvoi ojiu'i aujtuvu huu
' Ovitorn ciamii iiObiiKc.TnrkeT. a
t r "1 ' .l'l .. llT rm9
fipanliuandFrei! ftiOfiveat 1
(lima nramPiil 'err ffi&j
ABparagua al Lm'aHtBS -
r. UrandT P efeenncl.CliTlAv
Ra ! anmliHVWM &. K -fl kk. . Ib..'
i47 in vuMui.y -us v.t) nrIC3'
jiinci j ami r.mo p;it i j .1 jp
1 IUfpberry lUunifiO oiVcrrIrf
pa... T - -. -. Til.- .11 - jm
1 DaoiBOni P6a0 utCnrrahUTj
HunnuBKi. 'I'til'J""! M1mmiW
Ot. Mlnkaal . J(Mat..' jA ?
t r graioq't .enpuio ryuraiyps
DiUdJJppioi and PoachoJir ! urKroutfplU'PM
D;ry Goods and ClofTTliifCRdotfl-oiid Sliota
llatt and Caps Ijadli' and MlfiscVjBg
WOOD ANB WlliSOW XVItliV?
A larco nssortihontof . .'IT
CIlO(KEUY ANI TASSWAR!;
Uoiuljobns Juguj Ac Ac.
HAMinVllD . u '
Nalli Cbnlai. IIoci Mllbf Lend. Drop and'
ButkBhoM Paint nd Varnlih ;
UruqUesj 1'Mnaro .
I Ac Ao. Ac.
SADDTiER.V ' ' x
All th leading Staple G oda In that llneitlU
rainy nnd humorous other p6ds; .
II ruj;a and Medicines I orl'umcrv Paints;
OlU and Varnish Hoots and Stationery
a id a general supply ofFurnlshliis'iGoods.
Hi t-AMP80Ni'- T-
Commerce stroo4 opposite tho '
Knclfsh Seruinn Scliool. .
2 dt9 ly ;Jnn Antonl6 Tu&as.
HAN ANTONIO FI3M 1M2 COLLEGE
Rev. J01. Cross D. I). Vf- ii'ljnt andofoiaor of
Mental and Moral flcioucer.Id Belles Lottres.
Mrs. Jane T. Jl. Crosa.S. f.Tfl Tcachor of ng-
Itih Brunches nnd French a'al Spanish Languagos.
Rev. J. J. Fabriclus Bruirjiw Professor of Ger-
tuan Language Mathematics and Drawing-'-
Miss Hannah M. Anderson 'Preceptress of Propa-
Mr Henry Grossman Tcajher of Muslo.
TBRMIS & '.
pr session or twenty wcekd. payjaVUiialf la ad-
vinco the romalndor at Iftecloso bf tho session.'
PIlEPAKATOnV DiftPAIl'IMCNT. t
First Class m ......-. .'.'10OO
Sicond Class S160U
COM.KOIATF. DK'UKTMKNT. - r.
Pegular Course including .ntlnj.'. . .. ;-..25 00'
Fronch Spanish Germnn o (Italian i000
Prawlne 1. ... .. . .f 10 00
V.usla t." 2500
L'so of Instrument for prnctlc. if'fiOO
I-icldenlal Feo charged to jiHJJv- 1 00
Board per month exclusivo f wn'ihing;'.V4;15 0O
pillow cases and towels.
noaruoraare rcquesiou 10 uiuginoir own sueots
They will not be rermlttel to Mako bllli'htha
storrs without oxprossonleri fparenlsor'guardlnns.
They will never coout wlJout'ihe cotnnanv'of a
toucher nor receive visits e.( fpt In a tenchcr's pro-
Tho San Antonio' Female r!olIece offers tho bst
ni'llitles for tho education of jounsf Iriu'Icii. The In
stitution has been commenced on a sure bnsls tho
viti men 01 1110 com in unity i-re cngagcJ In trJ6'en-
t'irpritc nnd nmple nccomti bdnttons will eoon bo
provided In the way of butlolngs. The cdurso of
Instruction Is extensive nnd thorough nnd nil tho
toachers are well qualified fc:J their work. Dri and
1 nimiili TlnTlTIHilr"
i wifLj ii I HI MW 1
or vao rrritTTr
OH I K -T -.A r
a Yeast Powdaw Fit.
wrier- CoiVvCa " TloS " '
aria a. Toarl -mnHCK
01 mz '
b wenquanued icvtncir work. jJri ana
have had largo xpcrWnce nnd1 been .
rithsomoofthe rt Inftlthtloniflri'tho $$
.tea. Professor Fibriclus.Ilrunowjs a ""' A
firs. urns nave nan
t 'nltod States
native German of extensive scholnstlo rictiulre
111 hi dxiviibim) FcnoinBiio nciuirc-
filished manncrjrind plelulhj address.
n enjoys n wop earned reiiuwifoiii; ni j
s who In' cour Jessy Imlusln n'nd fl-
Idom been stfrj iwed ' Mr prosVmntiJ
nuslcian of hlc I ch tractor. hnWcel
monts with polished mannerjrind plelutnj? address.
Miss nderson enjoys n wop earned renuWifoHf ns
nn instructress wn
Polity has seldom
I a German musician of hlg i chnmctor hrJ)xcel
nni penorraer anu a most 1 ilium nnu luctcflj
'tncher. Other ass J stunts w'.D be crqr!6yeilI.o.
rumber ana advnncementn;' rup'U.' shnllrequlrd
Ocalcd PropoMla will J: reefcttd attnli iof&V
0 flee until 3 o'cIock-p.mJJ- the nth'jlAf Vo -
vemlier next when they wp be pUJtoiypp&ncd' '
mr lumisnmg ino iuanomi weriBeparxmcni at
iblspost with (5000) ' ) 'V Iw .
inore or less (at 55 (U.to'tt fjTbof apply
jh be fur nine months sleeJ AfeorwjJirectod by .
tbe cliler aartemuteroTj bfewUHcptcom- .
benclng on thq lit iayteC J( wllJ.and.end-
1 a..'n:.. -f-o.u ..i'ZihifiL'
(UK fc" 9 CWW RIMVJCUIT t
1 1 m. - . m ' ' -' - - f. " V
1 jne corn ratuttoeoi vot nuniuv. ri-inn ntn
found In every particular i tiled a Bttfledarid
aeuverea aisucn limes ana. a suca quantmeae
ine a. a. ii. inmnyuKeci jt
. Two good surettci will W. couired for the faith
ful performance of tbe conti ict. -whoso homes and
residences will be mentMeuln the tMs. and-each'
bid accompanied by acertifl.'
be will bind himself to eel V)
bte of eabb surety 4hat
tf the bidder shall Wticy
) Pronosals will be dlrectar
J" "! J W UWHUHn
to tho A
t and enj
ant Quartermaster of the Pc-Jt and e'rulorsodf
I I'or'FuniliiliHiV ru v '
The undcrslcned. orblai
becewr tapfficp will'
cxcrcUo tho right to reject j
mi wmtue9we(i unrea
Office of the A. A. OlH.
a Ay yai.
1 . '. . r JL-"TTJ 4
Plain and Ornro
Main street Om
X try work '
Cement and pla'MTAf
wholesale indreUl. fe)Vf
April a iour- v
' . r
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Dashiell, J. Y. & MacLeod, A. E. The Daily Ledger and Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 332, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 15, 1860, newspaper, November 15, 1860; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth78606/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.