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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 28 November 1857

v - §§? *' * JS + \ m €feo. Wl KtoSi I N D E P E N D E N T I N POLITICS. SAN AUGUSTINET TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1857 Editor anil Piiblfehe 1 NO. 35. THE EASTERN TEXIAN, h published every Saturday at Siy ;>j comer of Columbia and Montezuma sts., ACGUSTIN E,a T EX AS. austin correspondence. Austin, Texas, JVov. 15, '57. G. W. King. Esq. : • Dear Sir—I was gratified to find on; my desk in the Senate Chamber, a few mornings since, with other papers and documents, a copy of the Eastern Tex- TE 'MS OF TRE IIXUN. Single Copt Fny one yt-«r of fiftj-two nutD ' (in advance, V.5*U\ i • -#2 50 Fits Copjum, do ...... — — -v* J^;ian; a paper that, from its straight- Sinolb Go Vi !!"!!!*! a oft J forward, honest and indeuendent course, .Nopapers will r>«* sept out of the Couotj, (ex- cept to responsible agents,) unless tbe money «>e oH«r. ; iTJtfASTfi^.Tbr^gheot tbft st*« to act M Agrents top tbe Texian. ft A jT*t o? iDTBHTISINO One s<i0ABit -of ten lines or lets, -first inser- t...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 28 November 1857

* ♦ m EASTERN TEXIAN. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28. s&J W*_ *3«" k Agents for the Texian. ~ The following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, efc.: Wii. Hewitt, sen., Shelbyville, Texas• . . IcMahon, Burkville, Newton county. P A'Etss, Weiss' Bluff. •- W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. "•Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. ^OHN MONTGOMEBY, is our ^General Agent for Eastern Texas: Mail Aii-angemeuts. ,i rivals and Departures. 'iburg—tg T&rking8t^^8 igston, 175 miles, and back once week: ■eaTea Lynchburg, Monday G a. m., arrives tSan Augustine, Friday 6 p m; leaves Ban lugusiinft every Monday, 6 a. m.: arrives at T.ynehbarg every Friday, 6 p. m. ■ A halt—from San Augustine, 92 miles, and Aok, twice a week : Leave San Augustine Monday and Thursday, 1 p, m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; (leave Marshall every Thursday and San- day, & a, m., arrives at San Augustine, Sat- urd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 28 November 1857

* ■ 1*1 *■ 7 - THE MARKETS. But little change is noted in the commercial statements t>f the N.'O. papers. During the early part of the week, cotton held np abont as reported in onr last week's edition—but on the arrival of the Nicaragua's advices on Wednesday, showing a further slight decline in Liverpool, the sales fell off, and prices gave way a little. Towards the close of the week they about recov- ered their former position. We quote as fo llaws: ' , Middling... .Jli@12 Good MidSKg V2i(<c\2l Middl'g Far. V2l%— Low Middling 1111 i \ Pair v.. . .nominal Iaferior........8@ U Ordinary..... 9£($i0.i GoodOr'nary lOiMiOl Bagging— K- ntueky East India Bale Rope— Per pound Ccffeeper fouiirt— - 14 {^10 - 104® 11 - 82 to 9 Candles per Pound— Sperm - * Star - - - Com Meal— . barrel - - Domestic Goods per Yard— Bcown towels Denims < - - - Calico Prints - - Linseys - - Flour per Barrel— Ohio superfine - . . Jh.it*- Sugar— ^ tt> - - - Provisions, per Barrel— Bee f~ Me b« - ^Pobk--...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 28 November 1857

% A bad fix*—Once on a time in the vil- lage of B ,in the State of Massachu- setts, lived a beauteous maiden of seven- teen, whom we will call Fanny L , and George B was her accepted lov- er. The course of true love ran smooth, and in due process of time came the usual happy "termination of their woo- ing, and the twain were made one by the benediction of the holy church. They were married early one sum- mer's morning and the same day travel- ed cozily and happy together to New York as the first stage of the wedding tour. As a companion a younger broth- er of the l)ride, a mischeivous younjS: rascal, accmpanied them and well it would have been for the happy pair if they had trusted thmselves to their own society, and left James at home to orna- ment dog tails and spit-ball the school- "Well, the party ariyed at the St. Nic- holas Hotel. While Gorge was dutifully attending to the comforts of his young wife James in the performance of his duties aa groomsman, wlhit to the hotel to ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 December 1857

w A H H — Geo. W. Kiag, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Editor and Publisher. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1857. NO. tsm THE EASTERN TEXIAN, /; published every Saturday at the office, earner of Columbia "arid Montezuma sis., 9 San A tr g u stine, Texas. TERMS OF T&E TEXIAN. SlKOtr Copy—f'ot1 one yeor of fifty-two nnm h«n. (in $2 Ftvs CoHKa, <to Sinslb Oorr—If not in adTanoe........... 0* do After six months ...4 00 No papers wiVT be seat out of the Coast;, <ex- <«pt to responsible agents,) uulaes the money aoenm parses <be order, >STM ASTERS, Throagtout tbe are requested to act as Agents for the Te&ian. aafJBS OJT APT^BT.ISINQ Ove ten hues or li*a, f ^it^n er> tioa, one dollar, each subsequent insertion, fifty ec ts. « Cards—Of one square, per annaaa,. . . .§10 00 " Liberal deductions made for adTcrusemf-nts of greater length, and to peraone advertising by the year or quarterly. Noticks of CaN&miTiM—For State or Bistrio* offices, tea dollars Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 December 1857

iSSS THE EASTERN CtMBBH 12 ita for the Texiaa gentlemen ar* author- ized toactas Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- : tiaementvi Wit work, etc. , K McCuSS"'! SM"C<>- D: McMahon; Burkvilte. Netbtohcoitnfy.: S. WEtss, Weiss' Bluff John W. Taber, Natchitoches/ La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Go. ' JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. jf;" Mall Arrivals and Departures. —; ; _ Lynchburg—hy Tarki Boston's "PHirie, ] ingrton, 175 miles, and back once ft week: Lmfres Lynchburg. Monday 6 a. m., arrives at Han Augustine. Friday 6 p m; leaves San Adfustine every M >nd*y, 6 a. m., arrives at ' Bhhwrg « ery Friday, 6 p. m 'l r-from , Augustine, 92 miles, and ie a week ; Leave Saa Anguvtine M >nd>iy and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and 8Hturday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday and Son , 6 a. arrives at Kan Augustine, Stt ay aad Tuesday, 12 m. ■ ■ ■ v .j®. .—from San Auguaune 30 mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 December 1857

/ -• ->^ T I ' •- '• r- pmM £w;* -i'ii. 'A, $: V " 4-rc-i A telegraphic dispatch says the British and French Walker^ filibustering expedition, and intimating that Ms escape is attributa- ble to the weakness and inefficiency of our Government. * Senator Douglas said the President bad a friendly interview on the 3d Inst., without being able to agree.— Douglas, in conversation, says he be- lieves in the principles of the Kansas- Nebraska bill, guaranteeing to each State and Territory the right to regu- late its domestic institutions, and will defend it against assaults from whatev- er quarter. He insists on ignoring both the Le- compton and Topeka Conventions. He considers the Lecompton movement a violation of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, and the Cincinnati platform; and will probably soon introduce a bill in Con- egress authorizing the people of Kansas to call a constitutional convention. The Tribune's Washington corres- pondent says that the iatewriew be- tween Gov. Walker and Mr. Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 December 1857

ifeiisSIs ■^bsos Sfi ■ii ii iii mOSm p a e ti c a l: HUGH OCHILTR1 Commission and F orwarding v Mb r eliant, MADISON, Texas Silver [ The Undersigned, having permanently lqc*tff-J bimseit at this point will give'his personal attention to Receiving, storing and Forwarding Qoods, Merchandise or Cotton, consigned to his care. > AMPLE WAREHOUSES Are -prepared tor the safe keeping of all consignments—and all G-oods &c. forward- ed with despatch according to directions. Having had soine experience in busi- ness,1 hope by strict attention thereto to aiefit a share of public patronage. The Charges as follows. .Receiving, Storing, Marking and Forwarding Cot'on 25c per bale, do do Merchandize 10c per bbl Commission for advancing freight Bill 2J per cent H. OCHILTREE. N. B. The roads leading from this place to Jasper and Newton Counties, are now in good order; and all those obstructions in the roads heretofore have been removed, the bayous have all been bridged, and the roads put in good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 December 1857

!#>■ THE EASTERN H ±fe Geo. WrBnj?, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Editor and Publisher. 1. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1857. NO. 3 C the EASTERN TEXIAN, Is published every Saturday at office, comer of Columbia • K end Mvjitezuma sts., Fa* Augustine, Texas TERMS OF THE TEXUN Sts«L* Ci rY —For one year offifiy-two num b*«T3, (in advance,).............. .-.f2 50 Fits 'CoriK-* dov ................ 10 00 Stsoi s Uvi*r—If not in advance. 3 00 *3o Aftwrsix months,........,.4 00 N&e«4*-3 will be Bent ontof the County, fex- atpfe toT^ptonsiWe ageats,) unless ttie money ordar,.. ■ . Ir^-_,T^.— P® ar3tAST|tis, had his being, through a. diurnal as* SP^SPSsr * i irlMKraPSl*'# pWMMI.. ... _ , ,. . , €mk tea tines or iee* firat inser-; sohe great sell, composed of a conglonr- t:oH. o^3 dollar, each subsequent insertion, fifty *3 !d. ' ' ■- G«tjf«_ C>f one Bfftare, per aanomy... .$10 00 Lsberfti deductions made for advertisements of • agth, and to persons advertising by tWyess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 December 1857

4 8%TURDvY morning •DKCEMBEK 19 • Agents for the Texian- The following gentlemen are author? i zed to act as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt Tot subscriptions, adver- tisements, work, etc. : Wm Hgwitt, sex , Shelby vilte, Texas- W. CVMcDaniel, ) v* /A „ ... ~ 13. McCloskey, \Wank, Sabine Co. I). McM ahon, BmkoiUe, Newton county. s. weiss, Weiss' Bluff. .Ioijn VV. Taber, Natchitoches, La. JS. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. ? JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and D etu? r tures Lynekbnrg —by Tarkiage ton's rffairie, LiT- IngatQD, 175 miles, and back once a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday t5 a. m., arrives gnatibe^^fijdavm p: in; leaves 8&fa f ewrj Monday, 6 a. m.,^r*riVesa? Lynchburg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall —from San Augustine, '92 miles, and. hack, twice a week: Leave San Augustine Monday and Toured ay, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and 8atarday, 8 p. m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 December 1857

- lady FrankMa'i Arctic Expedition. Fox, lot. 71 deg; off Cape Cramtoun. closed at Uppernavik, August 6, lf37i «• My I^sab Barrow : Although I have but little news to *ekrte I am sure you will be none thelets rejoiced to bear from the poor little Fox- Here she is, off Cape kCraustouu, in lat.7l deg„ having on board in Esquimaux nd ten very fine dogs, ob- !ied at Dteco She is also completed with 'coals* having fitted up at the eoal cliffs in Waig^l Straits. I have sent home one ol my crew, who proved to be consumptive, and having proved the others pretty well I can answer.for their soundness and wil- ling cheerfulness. We get on admirbly— exactly as itt tiie old Intrepid. At Ltevely I saw two whaler captains, whose ships were crushed in Melville Bay last June. They aeenjed to think I should not experi- ence any difficulty. I cannot find that we haw forgotten any thing, great as was the my of sailing. We are very comforta- ; our provisions are most excellent. The V«.x sails but steams...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 December 1857

Ml I II SELVES bjjtaxh GS.-By Crescenta. keep- Daughters and dead fish are nae ing ware. It is bard to straighten in the oak the efook which grew ip the sapling. Better be the head of the yeomanry than the tail oi tlie gentry. Lean liberty is better than fat slavery. Better keep the de'il out than turn him oat. That's but an empty purs§ which is full of other folks' money. .You'll never have a friend if you must have cne without failings. He that knows useful things, and not he that knows many things, is wise. He is a worthless tellow who lives only forhinself. - 0. 'However wicked a fellow-mortal may be, he is still a member of our common species. He who fears his servants is less than a servant. Nona are more disgusting in company than the impudent-and presuming. As sight is in the eye, so is the mind in the soul. He that buys a ready wrought, has many a pin and nail for naught. Depend not upon fortune, but conduct. Hope is the working man's dream. Fortitude is the mean between fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 December 1857

l'/ " r- . i M AJJ T I If n 4g£>$K>*$ «M* _$&>•& #■ r Ef- W*nr ^jjnSMfc k|S'*a • Iff i '/ 7 U*< r EMail tg!&*s&t-jteX J*"' /«" mij >, ; - ' • •• i . . -• GM>. w. KlnS, a4t :<?• 3«mv' 1 .-•.. .;, r"vol. vizg %m ^ — . ,v •. • JTHB EASTERN TEXIAN, r fi Jte. INDEP EN DENUN POLITICS san augustine, texas, saturday, december *26* letter from austin. aHJ the hwjm&Mt mry Saturday at ■•■ Mmfm, earner j$>> Columbia arid Montezuma sis,, Ban Augustine, Texas ■«■ * -msv& -a - ■ j : >*; TBBMd OS THE texivn Austin, Texas, Dec. 12, '57. G. W. King, Esq. : ' My Dear Sir—Believing that a few words from the City of Hills would be —.— . acceptable to your numerous readers at On'ftdTanoe,8).^-. °... - • *°$2 this time, I have concluded to write a ' in Jlines, givingthe principal items of ........11* oo .*«0 h? 4-00 news. the County, (ex- noless the money at the Pfftte, * the Texian, do -dJft BOt.fefc «v4 Af e * ttol : a* -Amm- -For St*te &r Wr.et ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 December 1857

fr*: ■g§lP$||! 8 vTURDvY sat..: .& j?** m mgr Witlla ifet ire thie THE PASSING YEAR. ■< *• • ■. • ' • *■ 'irT^me harries on, iiptie8.% n are mi tut t more soft than ever m... wi iduight jwiu^ _ rail 'alpd reeeipl^>r^u^!=c .tiiwneurs, job wprk, e" Wh I&WITT.^EN , exifru ;re adver- Tg&W C. MCDAKJEL, ) i\fi*Atn ^fritfTtr Cn , McCLOSKBf, J S<WeW- 1). M c M a a on , BurkvilleT'Newtdn coynty. l? r?//..-/?* •.-- i Natchitoches, La* #a*per s*yr m .Tomr W. rfflrfu^ Aoiic «te| off the prize. A j§#sbut a speck u leas ocean of eterni gra|j|ontf>fe slfp: reflect tha^nihi live well all the next year ; your in- tentions and motives may be good— doubtless they are, but you are trading en borrowed capital—going to sea in a thick fog, yet calculating to run your course as safely as if you could see lit straight ahead, and all the way across. The voyage of life is not over a summer's sea ; there are rocks, shoals *and quicksands below, with tempests of ten, and scowling clouds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 December 1857

r THE MARKETS. §p?f • —■ ■ >/e find the quotations in the N. 0. pap-as folia ws4 , infa?!***.......« @ 7 {Middling IP© - WM'g J9i®^ *ate. U<&- ^?wy[{ Fair...... >' _ "■ ■ i " / I ^ xayly>f 9i'm** - 8j to>9 8J@94 9 • 10* i i ip ii'tjH ^rfA*je*rP«W— F -■r- EB8 B 2 50a8 SO 10el2 ISPSIHKI * 541 #*&■&>$. as# ■*M¥ _ _ 3'.-.3 .W >469 0 >«f> - 6 00a7 00 w tV. «%§ 1 2 -i« «£«&,• 90tet<6 - - £. . *:th one ' aha turf* the imi wt* -this p?pep-per-box," he exelaim.- <*t \Hibm sagacious grin, ''is so-some- wiiat®kfi jseit";. v.;.fr ,, f" asked a neighbor. ■ >r delivery," he rteplied hat troubled his speech, while table, had -box. After "vehemence, and ways, he found that nowise facHn&l to WRIT OF'PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Benjamin W. Sharp, and others, v?„ ; Robert F. Miller. Admr fyc., of Isaac G. Sharp, deceased. COPY TEST. - — .* ' • V V/1*" 1. To the Sheriff of San Augustine County— Greeting.-• •• • • "'■• taaftv ?*is« WHEREAS, Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 December 1857

$ ' • - MM % CHILTR cH Dis'trio? % # .16 if personal W ATTORNE const 2ft Rie ATTOR jf.O. MERCANTILE CARDS. THEODORE FROIS, Importer and wholesale dealer in G 0 0 D S, No 81 Canal Street, New Orleans, [1 « S.E. GRUMAN & CO. MJMpACTtfRlCKS, AND WHt.LtSALK and beti DEALBtiS IN ATS, CAPS, Bonnets and Straw Goods, No. 3j5 Magazine Street, Corner of Gravier, " . NEW ORLEANS. 'anujactory 181 Water st. New York. tSV Slaughter, COUNSELLOR A T L iflb 'W'b, - ■ sfeaii'BBi iiimli t us. .Sabtee, Shelby, collecting estdd« of the Square, -.. v? ' San Augustine Texas. " • ^ -v t • ■■ ■ . h. c. hicks,. . . j+m, «l . . tm *3. d. mcmahon, Jasper, Texas. * , f Milam. Texas. •l£$lriKJSS$ & vmiHON, < .#■ ,Law,.L; 25o perbal*. "erchandize lOo per bbl Cotniii'i-aion for advancing freight ? Bill " . ? v-i s, 7. 2i per oent. II. OCHILTREE. N. B. The roads leading from this place to Jasper arid Nexvtou, Counties, are now t in the roads ITerelbio^vi^Jbeeii Jgigoved, ihs-feayouahave all beeiYWidged, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 January 1858

til. H FufoII§her; Iff © E W D 18, 1858, TEXA M \M n > Iv® ft* N3®3iS • .. t ' -?,• «•. , ♦ spsi •two ntirn •4>. • .S^&Q. ' ..10" 00 :.A*te _ . Ejf..Ji.', i'4^.4-wf " ae^' o*W«fr$ie €[• . #tyv ( «S- flqEQPIm.... _ JpliiK—Of tea liii.ce or lett, first iriSer- tionV-«ws« dollar , each subsequent iueertion, ftfqr.er ta. • Vx&&$—Of one square, peT aunnrcT §1U UU Liberal deductions made for advertisements of - greetor hragth, iwadto persons advertising by tbe js^ or quarterly. NjitkisS W;4mp*XK3-For State or District office, ten dollars. For Countyoffices five. . piT~ We will be competed to declinel«gal ad- verttsemwite, onleas pt H for \n d*anoe. W#tfK, ©f «very description, will tineatjfc c|^ply, and expeditiously executed: at the fcxAtXH. Office. ....... WEDNESDAY MORNING .Januaj; r-i&'Mwfr Pi. blicATIOK.--A-'aeeff"Ma- scfnic work has been recentlyissued from ! he office of the G^pPlston News. The Ilonston Ttieaifcfmsays of it: We have &a#3fsc pleasure of loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 January 1858

•pjpjjmt «= mmj the TEXIAN. Y HORNINO.. january 18 Agrot* for the Texian- The following gentlemen are author- ised to net as Agent* for the Texiau; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wr. Hewitt, sex y ShelhyviUe, Texas• D. McMahon, MarkviUe, Newton county. : Weiss, Weiss* Blvff. ibn -W. Taker, Natchitoches* La. h, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MQNT<|0MEF Y. ' "San Augustine, is oitr General Agent for Eastern Texas. - Mail £ r fiva Is ant tents* ep a r tares. %mm wSmm i jj*sapSfe ekburg—'by Tarkiagston's Prairie, Li* 175 miles, and back once a week: ay 0 a.m., arrives 6 p. in; leaves Saa r^.n., arrives at - -.—J , 3 p. M. Sao .Angustine, 92 miles, aad vmk, twice a weak: Leave San Augustioe Monday aad Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, Sp m.; Leavs Marshall every Thursday and San- lay, 5 a, n., arrives at 8an Augustine, Sat- urday and Tnesday, 12 m. a*iam—&t9m flaa'Anguatine 80 miles, and back, once a week i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 January 1858

i " 111 frwn' ORIGINAL m FOE TRY. «f a Young hini< Who wwM wt mourn for Lyoidas ? . H knew hiirseif to sing, * "ty rhyme.—Milton. Another baud Auothtjr call ia gi* As glows once more with Wg^tep.*, The path which reaches "oung and gibed friend, M de brighter eQmaier hours, Ai i l.ihe frost.of winter-time, H«*b left as with the flowers. Pfttisg of the cheek of bloom, Fore>waraed « of decay; No shadow? from the silent land FcU rCHod our brother's way. The ight of his young life went down, Aa puiks the hill sr*3e-.- - -SSiSggg fc f— d, suddenly, and still. ■ ' seems a shadow on the day. His- smile no longer cheers-— A r ness or the stars of night, I.:ke«$in't|ttt look through tears. Aio':^' tftrto ot r Father's wili,7 r Oue though: bathreconcii'd,. That whose love exceedeth ours, . : taken home His child. J. G. W. CIRCULAR. S TEAMBOAT U M CliE BEN. The undersigned have negotiated for the new and splendid steamboat She will be commanded by Capt. M. L. Pation, an old Texian, and ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 January 1858

HUGH OCHILTREE, Commission and Forwarding Merchant, • madison, Texas. The Undersigned, having permanently located himself at this point vvill give his personal attention to Receiving, storing add Forwarding Goods, Merchandise or Cotton., consigned to his care. AMPLE WAREHOUSES Are prepared for 'the safe keeping of all consignments—and ail Goods See. forward- ed with despatch according to directions. Having had some experience in busi- ness, I hope by strict attention thereto to merit a share of public patronage. The Charges as follows. Receiving, Storing, Marking and Forwarding Cotton 25c per bale, do 'do Merchandize 10c per bbl. Commission for advancing freight Bill - 2i per cent. ; ^ \ II. OCHILTREE. ^^}JJ3ATj||£rdad8 leading from this place T^aaper ana-^WtOn, Comities, are now in . good orderr aud all those obstructions in the roads heretofore have been, removed, the bayous have all been bridged, and the roads put in good travelling condition ; so onr friends*need not apprehend a...

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