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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 14 March 1857
(' \ W * \ YOL. 1. JEFFERSON, TEXAS: SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1857. •NO. 10. ®l)c (Eastern dans 0a]cltc IS I'l'ULISIIED EVERY SATt'lUUY BY §2®e©mi & warn* DAI .LAS STREET, LI' STAIRS, I* BI1U.K& co's NEW 111ILM.N0. Ttrn-Two Oollavs pi'V aunuui, In Advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Advertisements will lie inserted at One Dollar per square of Ten Joint's, or le&s, tor the first inser- tion, and fifty cynts toreach continuance. Business Cards, of not more tlmn one square, ■will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. All Advertisements, the jollification of which is required by law, must be paid lor in advance. Leual Notices.—The twenty-second section of the law regulating fees of office, provides in all cases where citation, or other proccss, is lequiied to bo served by publication in a newspaper, the of- ficer whose duty it may be to make such seivice, ahull be furnished with the Printer's fee for such publication, before he shall be required to ha\e such service made. Announcing C...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 14 March 1857
J*3?S A retired cheesemonger, who hated stiiy PWlliiBiont* to the business that ii:i<l enrich- ed him, ouce remarked to Charles Lamb: You must hear in mind, sir, that I have got ridofthiit Hort of stulf which you poets call tliu 'milk of human kind- ness." Mr. Lamb looked at him .steadily, and gtivi* his acquaintance pithy words: "Yes I am aware of that—you turned it all into cheese several yearn ago!" Kxit cheesemonger, complaining of a midden touch of tooth ache. TIIE GAZETTE. 'Look here Jim!' said a young fellow, the other evening to an old soaker who had evidently taken too deep an interest ill spiritual matter*, and was still, with the pecular obstinacy of those in his '• [ condition vociferating for another 'smile,' 'look here, old fellow! you'll spoil your constitution by this style of thing—bet- ter hold up!' 'Constitution be bio wed!'said the old fellow; 1 broke that long ago! Heen i living on the by-laws this six months!'| A profesdir of magic, talked pretty largely of ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 14 March 1857
r i y 4 CEHSSA&6SOd&S$, No. 10 New Levee aud lOTehoupitonlas, Struct. 10—lv] NEW ORLEANS. J. j! GALLAGHER, Always on hand. r. it. iikiston. ciias m. dovtd. ip. a. ©saEiir©a % ©©.„ GENERAL AGENTS, an i) dkaleks is BASTEBN ANU WSSXBKfi fflDianitlPUJIRIES, of all kinds Jcqiljel'*, iV'ltffa*, And Southern Depot for 15. MUDGES BED- STEADS, No. 12 Canal und 11 Crotsraan Streets. new orleans. ACGrsrrs BLOCK. hf.sry bi.ook. A* % EL IBILQOSL&fr WK©£SSA£E 6BOCXBS, No. 28 Common and 41 Canal Street, Tfi'to QAiW- [10-ly X. j. tevcmks. WM l'lnckney IHLL. guaaaffis & HOWL,, Cwcllol'S ;ii 44 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. Judge Semines was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida up to his removal to New Orleans. Mr. Hill has been a citizen of Texas,—exten- (liv .-lv and laboriously engaged in the practice of Ijiw" ft.r more than twenty years,—and confident- ly refers to the Leneli and Bar of that State. §®®3©Ef%" WE©'iiES&ll.S (BBBCmS, Importers and Dealers in foreign anb ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 14 March 1857
-4- u /4~. ft STANLEY & NIMMO, Wkolntlt and Hit.>11 Uralrit iu Furniture, Jcmlrif, iiran- iths, />Y., «Vr. ter Foo r of the i;i:iij(.i:.-&i Jan 10,185". lv] .Ikpkkkwix. Texas. B.J . T E K B V, Wholesale anJ lictail l/EA I.KU IX G B O C K R I MS, Plantation Supitlits, tVr. (At tlic Freeman Old Stand.) JEFFERSON, TEXAS. )IWER Y tiling usually found in a Groce- i ry Store, will In* kept and wold an cheap sis any House in tlit1 City. (Jive im; a call, I have polite and < ini* young men, who will always pleasure in showing my goods. January 24, ls")7. 3 '1'I in- take JACOB W. FLEM1N0, Notary Public un«i Justicc ol tlic Peace, JcUlifou, Caw county, Texas. January 10,1857. 1—ly W. J. PARKKit, Watch Maker ami .J' Holer, Jcfli-rson. Texas. Ev cry 11.iii^r in his line of but-lin sk will I ri* ut tended to promptly, neatly and cheap. £••,>' Ohe'i'over I'nwiH' Dm/Sti re.'Y&il .liIV i'viii,Texas, Jaiiiinrv 10, 1*57. 1 lv YTf AM 1-MHTZ SPITZ. 1'ashion.ib'• liar Cu't -rund ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 7 November 1857
f T<- X, , r i H ^ y YOL. 1. JEFFERSON, TEXAS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1857. NO. 41 ®l)c Eastern teas ©alette l:j r T.t.lSHED EVERY SATURDAY BY jii'yjtjivfl & vmmv, MAUSHjLl. :lUKi;r, UP STAIRS, OVER a. l'REW- lrr'i M'.Y GOODS STORE. •j , i, i ..'v ,\ o ltulUrs per annnm. In JVtYvancc. 'two and a Halt In Six Months, ' arte ut Ue end ol ttoo 'Year, TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar pei si|n:m of Ton Lines, or less, for the first inser- tion.hI l it \ i iits for each continuance. lii; i'H <\inls, of not more than one square, will 1 m: inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. All Advertiseinrnts, the publication of which is rftiuired by law, must be paid for in advance. r,K<i.\:. Xoriri'.s.—The twenty-second section of tliv law regulatii fees of office, provides in all c ues where citatum, or other process, is required to he served bj publication in a newspaper, the of- li( whose duty ii may be to make such service, shall be furnish":!i with the P...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 7 November 1857
T1JR GAZETTE. MHUAEI, FMVl.V.W ttilUnr. J K V V 12 It NO \: SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 7. 1857. ko ucKai /UnrllHWiu will wniUtki CitrUtualM palil iovlu i\ilv ncc> m. All of our town subscribers tailing to get tlicir paper at their offices or rusidoLima, will please call at tiie office and obtain tliciu. *- «•> Removal.—Our office is now removed to the McNab building, opposite to Muj Figures' Hotel, in the upper p: rt of the building, and over the Dry-Goods store of Dr. A. Prewitt. .« .. BO. Our bayou is rising. *♦ " BaF W. T. Scott & Co., of Now Orle- ans, will please accept our thanks for late city papers This house is one of the most accommodating m the city of New Orleans, and is conducted by men of sterling integrity, honesty aud good judgment. —-——.... BSg- There is very little mast in the woods this year, ami the squirrels have made themselves very busy for weeks past in recruiting for their winter's sup- plies from the corn fields of the farmer. Their havoc has been quite s...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 7 November 1857
I l/ f 4 % For the E. T. Gazette. HOME. Within the sweet home where in love we are dwelling, There cluster dear friends, with kind looks who are welling Aflections Lust offerings, from hearts that, arc ever Awake to the woes or joys of each other. 'Tis lure that a kind and dear father is rested Away from the cares of the world he once breasted, In days of his youth when his heart was as bouir ding As the stream that o'er breakers goes merrily sounding. 'Tis here that the mother so loving, so constant, "Whose kindness ne'er failed, but was always each instant, Is cherished by loved ones with fondest devotion More cared for than pearls from the depths of the ocean. 'Tis here that dear brothers and sisters are stri ving, To render more easy while each one is living The pathway of life, strew sweet flowers along it, A ud leave the bright sunshine of gladness across it F. ————— Verses Suggested by the death of Daniel'M' Keithin, vho died Oct. 21th, 1857, in Jefferson, Texas. Is it so. Th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Eastern Texas Gazette — 7 November 1857
STANLEY & NIMMO, WUolctale md KcUU Dealers In Furniture, Jewelry, MSran- dicu, <Vr., Vf. tQfFOUT OF THE BRIDGE.-&& Jun 10,185". 1 y] Jefeebsos, Texas. 11. ¥. WALKEll, Wlllesale ami Hot a 41 IKaWr Lu AI.L KINDS OK Staple antl M'ancy £3 rugs marshall stiiekt, Jejj'erson, Texas. (One door above Frazor k. Co.) —| Just Rcccivad ^ W W Alii. KINDS. F«'fi '."i'.f yr45 4 W-l .Tur|i«utiiic, .i, i i/D buls Castor Oil. BttBKal"' STANLEY & NIMMO, j 3 bbl Lanl Oil, 1 bbl Copal Varnish, At the Foot of the Bridge, j 3 bids Train Oil, 5,000 llts white Ioatl —WHEAL'S, with awl without Murlili! t..p ; ibr 200 ox.s Quinine, 1,000 lbs Zink Paint sale by STAXLl'IV A: MM.MO. j 150 boxes Glass, Putty, WAltD-ROBES, a vnrietv; for sale by I from 8x10 to 12x20, ,• STANLEY k M.MMO^ j And a general assortment of all kinds ot SAFES S11JE-BOA II l>S, Are.; for side bv I'd tuts and Dye. Stuffs, Jj/'Uihi ••>, t* '. STANLEY & NIMMO. j A general assortment of Stationery, CtEOBKTARlKS, Ili...