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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 30 January 1858

P 9 *<£-* ■•■> b-f* '■- • .in<-=te at?' arses Editor and Publisher. E N D E N T SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, nmems A left Place. THE COHVICr'8 DAUGHTER: Told. ttraet- refntes the THE EASTERN TEXIAN, Wlrday at the ntf of ColumMa um a m , g u s t i se, Tex as. OP THE . _i*f* ' _ wp£Ift* (*n FwitCwriiM, de fttip" Cor r—If Mt la advance do ~ir After six month* 4 ®0 will be Mt oal of.the Cotfttj, <ex- S) tikllUlIlM} • * OXC Ntimm. A# r * k 11 s i« 0 attaee or mm Intiwer- wok insertion, fifty re . Mftnn C a rim—Of one square, per annum $10 00 Liber*! deductions made for adwtisemMits ol greater length, wd to prrsons adTertising by the y#M* or quarterly. N«>ticks oi'0ani> d*tw—For ®r ®>8tru!l offices. tea dtdlnrs For Coantyoffioee fire «# We will bo onmp^fW to decline legal ad- ■I r ■ ijinimrmTn nnlesa n^d for in *dtance iS^Oli WOKK, of e*«ry description.will fee neatly, ebeaply, and'axpediioualy executed It the TtJtian Office. WEUNtSOAY MORNING JaBan'?, 2V - urn \ [...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 30 January 1858

eastern" texian s\tu«d\y mornino,. january 80. Agent* fbr tfcfr Texian The following gentlemen are author- izes tenet ars Agent* for the Texiau; re ejve aud receipt for subscriptions, adver- tfeemeuttk job work, etc.: KVu tBI^vp?tt, sen, Shelhyville, Texas I AlUam^ SabmeCo. IX MoMah^, BuikviUe, Newton county. ^. Wziss, Weiss' Bluff. John W. Taber, Natckitockes. La. J L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. ;Jll|,JOaN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent .... far Eastern ML Arran gemeiits. kD ep ar tures. 1 r ' „ ■ •" Tr—'hi TaJkinAipn's Prairie, Lit- jsgstoa, 175 miles, wS b*ek onoe a week : Leaves Lynohburg, |J5fonday 6 a. m., arrives at San Augustine, F'rida> 6 p. m; leaves San Augusiine every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Lynchburg etery Friday, 6 p. m. Mar snail —tram San Augustine, 92 miles, and back, 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 Sun- day, 5 a, ro., arr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 30 January 1858

aa Cotton Market cloetd at the date of our upon an advancing market, auchaauBation in the demand; but transactions during the past week i n decline of 4c for the grades below .Ike quotations are as follows: .4 <S> 6 I Middling.....9g($ 92 Ordinary ..... 6|(rt>?4 j Good Middi'g 10' GoodOr'aary.. H(^i ( Middl'g Fair .11 y l*OW • .82 :?W« -1 ...nominal. ■ 13 @15 - 10^104 • v - Candle* per Pound -fipe,m - - - - . , gtar; Corn Meal— * $ barrel -\ - - Domestic Goods per Yard— Brown Lowels . . - .Denisus * . - %<***•■* * Jb lmr per Barrel— G| to 8 8 @ 8i 9 a 10| . ' . || ■ - 36 a38 17 al9 2 50a3 50 Sugar—* ^ *Brown 1J fb • Provisions, per Barrel— Bkbk -Meal - - ' V'j'lmM. ■-& 0«v- u sas- 10al2 9a12 6a 15 30o35 iSsns' ■ a 4 ?m 00o4 50 2 a6 Cheese F>LI7 &ss== S4m ISOOalfi 00 ."" 1350 14|a!7 8 a 9 &k a 9 -a 55 THE DEBATING SOCIETY Willi meet at the University Building, on next Ttiewlay evening, at early candle light. Tire public are respectfully invited to attend. ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 30 January 1858

pm1 rrtuji i w.fpwk a***** -ss%m r " ,'.-■ Mi'-""' •"• I HUGH OCHILTREE, Commission and Forwarding " ifcr ' i_ JWL 6rchctnt) mpmmt iw - ; « . . ■ ■ . -■ ■ ■;. The Uuuersignetl, having permanently locatR-J hiinsrU at this point will give hi* j. \ consigned to his care. ample Warehouses Are prepared for the safe keeping of all ' <k orignraentsi—and all Clooda &u. lorward- ed with despatch according lo directions. Having had some experience in busi- ness, I hope by strict attention thereto tq merit a.share of public patronage. The Charges as follows. and 25o per bale. Merchandize lOo per bbl. 2i per cent. ochiltree. from th'.a place, mutes, are now hose obstructions been removed, bridged, and the :mmrn in thejoads heretofore the, bayous loads pnt in good travelling condition ; so frieads'need not apprehend any dan- e,we have the best roads iu [31-6m} h. o. NEW GOODS. tit mm'fct.m ti. A T , Burrus & Polk's, . NEW STORE, ON COLUMBIA St. San Augustine, Texas, ■ .•miu'i aad care...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 February 1858

%£tv I H ,--it—■-'iBi INDEPENDENT IN POLITICSi Editor and Publisher. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,. 1858. NO. 43. ' & . pfe «4 w UH AU h* KmSW tBBMfl OF THE TEXIAN. one Tear of fifty-two nnm- .....$2 60 , do 1°°° —If sot In advance......... .3 00 All« «l* moatlw..........4 00 will bt Best oat of the Cowity, («x- jj^Klw sg*6te,) unless the money the order. . \ Throughout the State, for the Texian. tsbtis in G ment. Haying received only one copy, lie had transmitted that to the House. A message "was also received from the President in reference to the reso- ,tion inquiring whether the govern- igjit of Nicaragua has made any com- aint on account of the arrest of Walk- er by Com. Paulding on its soil. The \ through the Secretary of State, says that no such complaint has reached the department. The House then went into committee s> in, per aanam #10 00 for advertisements of Teogth" and to persona advertising by ica o9Candidates—For State or District nfflnnT tea dolla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 February 1858

c* THE EASTERN TEXIAN. 8A.TURIKY MORNING FEBRUARY 6 Agents far the Texian. The .following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents lor the Texian; re- ft i,ve,i and receipt for subscriptions, adver- laments,-job work, etc. : VVm. Hgwitt. sbn , Sheihyvilte, Texas• wrc'mcdaniel, ) a1-r „n B. MCGloskey, \ milam, sablneco- D. McMahon, Burkville, Newton county. S. Weiss, Weiss1 Bluff. Joon W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J" L.v Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. s JOHN MGNTGOMEB Y, Of Ban Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Arrangements. ivals and Departures. tw ■ ■ * Lynchburg—by Tinkingeton's Prairie, Lit- - fcgston, 176 miles, and bjck once a week: Leavee Lynchburg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Augustine every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Ljrnohburg every Friday, 6p. m. Marshall—firom San Aagastine, 92 miles, and back^arioe a week : Leave Saa Augoeti&e Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshftll Wednesday and Saturday,8 p in.; . :...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 February 1858

THE MARKETS. Froiq our N. O. exchanges we find thai, the cotton market has got back ^ost irhere it was reported week before jagL From now on we have but little " its permanency. Quota- tio&8*are a Mows : Infettor....V ^@^6 | Middling 9| 10 Middl'g 10i©10| ~ Fair .11 @- . nominal Good Ortfary.. Law Middling Bugging— *3|*PP "i ■*. K atuoky > : J&lgt India • Btile Rope— pound .'> v CofngrPound- ■ • & - - .f - Camyts jm Pound— * , Sparm - - - IF#?*??*1:.- ji ?t« rfty barrel - . Domestic Goods per Yard— Brown Lowela - Bttriaft -- -• - - Calico Prints • : ;• M Limeys - - - "* -J -— *-%#?; Ohio superfine msEx* * *■ " Sugar— Brown ^ lb - - Provision#, per Barrel— . Bkhh—M«ea Pukk. - Megs * - - i. BA,uux—c'anT& aeJ Hams - *• Sides - - . Cheese - - ' f AfcT-r sack - - tachment, on the 15th day of July, A. D, 1857, in the District Court of Jas- per county, Texas, by Conrad F. Meiiae and Robert VV. McRae, as drawers and owners of three several Bills of Exchange against the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 February 1858

HUGH OCHILTREE, Cwmiflssioii and Forwarding Merchant, MADISON, Texas. The Undersigned, having permanently located himself at this point will give his personal attention to Receiving, storing ami Forwarding Goods, Merchandise or Cotton, consigned to his care. AMPLE WAREHOUSES Are prepared for the safe keeping of all consignments—and all Goods &c. 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. Reoeiving, Storing, Marking and Forwarding Cotton 25c per bale, do dp Merchandise 10c per bbl. Commission for advancing freight ... 2i per cent. H. OCHILTREE. N. & Tfeft roads leading from this place to Jasper and Newton Counties, are no; in good order, and all those obstructioi in the roads heretofore have been removed, the^bcyfiu have all been bridged, and the xpada put in good travelling condition ; so ©or friends'need not apprehend any dan- ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 February 1858

t- V % H H C«H 3 r >n- Sgife ^ 8 ..LW> ■0mmM ^ life? ivy.;o fwmm ' ;r itsaoli J li-sr?sr^ii ■• ^ s&HIG :t -|3ilV Editor and Publisher. Siui 20, 1858. NO. 45; TEXAS, jW Eastern texian, i * jnihlisked every Saturday at thi Aofjiaty earner of Columbia -■■■:: aud Montezuma sts., Wsb & U (*U 8TI N B, T E X AS.. '■ a-". i'i ' ■ ■- '!iv JS OF THE TEXIAN -For one year of ^'y-two "?*?' ,idwlTO,).....$2 50 'f <*> - . >v. .I:..'... .1* oo in advance 3 00 After ix- month*. 4 W $i« e%p9T8 will he swat oat of the County, (ex- cept ttirffipoasible ajtwits,) unless the money tkt <trd{f. "P<>!**MASTSKS, thwrnghmrttbe State, 4g4 icWtfUd 5a net as Agents for tie T'titin. A ? j« « OF I 1) 7 S « T I 8 I S O tea Knee or less, fifst tioa, ««« dollar, each subsequent insertion, ■Sfty «.««, • cinnA 6 a ana—Of one squate, per ann^im,.. • .>10,00 Mbaral S^aettoaa ma^e for ad*ertiscmfntn of "greater kagth, *od tf. persons advertising by -For Stat# or TKatrtcti •tTicW. ten dol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 February 1858

S-H; M eastern" texian.® ETITORUAY MOBNINQ. FEBRUARY 20 Tha following gentlemen are author- iz&Lto act as Agents for the Texian; re- cefiv|:«ii^receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : , BewittT " sisftRefitiville; "TeMi1 we^posswp? From present appear | Mfaa, S&intVo. {xm^mahon, BurkvHtei Newton county. 8,1 WS&s;Whis£'*&tiitf.v Pfate/iitoihes, La. * Jasper Co. MONT£OMEB Y, tine, is out General Agent ■■ A rir.it,','rrt ■■ i y:. ients; .. <f r - ■■ ep a r tures. varqii 1 itoi*is™-.v hv. v. jv'V. •v?V J>ef e-tJl -jirciTTT ism« . . ^ _;r -i Tarkingstou's Prairie, Liv- jVoftj, 175 miles,"axrt back once" a week s Tee Lynchburg; Monday 6 ii. nwkrmes Augustine. Friday 6 p m-lt&vesBatf Aagwtfcwtfrery Monday,$ a. m., arrives at : Imwhbprg vrery Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall —from San ^ugostine, 92 miles, and back, twice i week: Leave San Abgnstine MWdiy ^d^Thuftday; l 'p. m., arrives at "C Marshall Wednesday.and Saturday, & p m Leave Marshall $v«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 February 1858

Y m ■ww taospcex^of an independent republic. . j!^oa-«rev^«jwt„ -. . A correspond^! of,the Corpus Christi I7lU I bqmj&eit;exnectiug news from ,the C.Qu/ty# u^al jC^'.ua res,"l e t \vee n Go v. Ga r- za, pT tuts State, fTaihaulipas,) and Gov t* daur^or^vo;]teou 'and. Cbahuitf, respectnig tliei.jomtaetiou agaiust Cajm onfmiV t;' a>hi' plough hourly ex ()t-et ed„ w>nt*.iias reached sbts city. 5 4>km ftnvy well posted as to 'tvhiit I, am intimate "Willi soK^new.AwlioU'&ve"pdrtic^ilar op- i«tortutjitit-jdiwabnowiug s ch tiw tiers. It is «• onlWwittjjtf wtpectedf that these frontier resist Goftionfort ;o the last—«|"""w«irAf 1 be re-actionis ts in favor of sanlauasmbmkl th&Qieroy. Fueros pariy— md thatflMri*eh*tOi extremesthey will j-^lare tbtlfie^lulte.fendeueeof the Siferra m i-J*1#* ihh "<ihsyp t. Let reat,y o lend a lieffwlig iia.nl. She has comtner* jffrttfrft 'hiwrest&ai ftafce it) nouileclion w^au6h a rrtovment that cat.- not admit, «jlber remaining inac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 February 1858

f f i I t $%WfESSlONAL CARDS. Wm. W. WALLACE. TTVRNE Y AT LA W.. i his services to the public m the Courts ' LUgnstine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and in the District Court of the ,, and Supreme Court in their ses- Augustine July 1857. 16 & WHMains, / ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS 9 \ Sari Augustine Texas. ■ practice in the Courts of 6th Judicial District of Texas. : V v '. )ti.l . Ten per eent for eoUections. Appearance in District Court not] less than Q**Dollars, t a I* Interior Courts, Fire Dollars. .LrWnting Deed, Mortgage, etc., not lore than *■•••' "i-Hf !•'? i'v .Jj-" Si/i.]*'* ' tai0tr Nor services rendered ^unless>• the fee 4MMII {..• u " f Ht'w jNff-' Uicttai-d F. (O&N&Y ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 7?t T. L A w , StitfLhT $Ak AV0V$rtHE TEXJtS, Ancelina,'Jasper, Newton, Sabine,Shelby, Augustine, and general collecting tftip®. ' of the 8quare, . San Augnstine Texas. ........ . . .Tj. o! mcmahon, «?> Milam. Texas. ; ^£KS.fc, M'JUHON, Attorneys at L a THE above firm wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 March 1858

°6r.S. I Aiv/£*tHT-X.(' /* \ ;■ .mi^ulu ?Asi?cjr^u'%n? j r iqt: ■*'•"«* .*X'fA c *.;i i>J }*j5« />r- sfa • ■fe.iiiiiitt /r> '0 H H ► .i 1;'A j... j'l ■- 11 yd jf.-t" g -i r. -i -i — ^ 1 . l>e« #iw©i&gO. •-* . 15 ' *•> Geo.:Wi. King) • INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. . - . t w b « ^ . Editor and Publisher; '*!' v.:?' zA&S* '%9*t. ttr^ SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1858. j.- c*t _ ^TEXIAN, * lb jpSfoAfiojfjetaf . Saturday at the ua« c#«t> afWWUPi s and iMontezmna sfa, T S I S A U.S.®M B* -S.E X AS . The Horrid Tragedieslon the Frontier. We make the following thrilling extfacfc frofai a letter to the State Gazette : The frontier of ie±'as is literally ruined, and the best possible management will require years to get as even again. Our exposed aitddefence- fa;-? position will very sooa, if not remedied, de- ■: ulaie some of the organized counties. jbu the 8l)th and o 1st of December, .a band of laii'-ns made a descent upon us, passed through ••'a* Si. II. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 March 1858

[From the N. O. Picayuue CHTVALEY REVIVED, THE OPELOUSAS BAILEOA0 THE EASTERN TEXIAN^ SATURDAY MORNING......... MARCH 6. Agents tot the Texian- The following gentlemen ere author iced to act as Agents for the Texiau; re ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wx. Hewitt, sen., Sheltymlle, Tescar. D. McMahon, Burkville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Bluff. Joan W. Tabbr, Natchitoches, La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, 0/San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and D ep ar tu rtf. jNiy- • Ltmtkburg—hy Tarkisgstoa's Prairie*- LW- % ~ ^ iogfltoa, 175 miles, and back once a Wk: Leaves Lyncbburg, Monday 0 a. m„ irrwee at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Aagusiiae every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at , Lynchburg every Friday. 6 p. m. Marshall—trim San Augustine, 02 milee, and back, twice a week: Leave San Augustine «• Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at «—h n Wednesday and8atorday,8 p....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 March 1858

! . DEBATE IV THE SENATE. Mr. Houston called op the resolution lie hid Offered, instructing the Committee on Foreign Relatione to inquire into and report " upon the Expediency of the {Government of the United States declaring and maintaining an efficient ptotectorate oTer the states of ftlezioo. Nioara fcua, Costa Rio*, Guatemala, Honduras and San Salvador, in sneh form - and to suoh extent as fchall be neces*ary to secure to the people of said Mates the blessings of good afid stable republi nan government." * ' Mr. Wilson characterised the resolution ss to oat extraordinary in Its apparent object, which ho thought demanded explanation at the hands pf its author. He thought it not a little singu- lar that we should be expected to take care of nations Whioh had sboWa themeelvee unable to take oar* oftfeemselVes, while in an. another light the propostlioymight seem to favor the fil- ibustering schemes which, of lata years, had dis- graced the country. sir. Houston said that he had int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 6 March 1858

ist POETIC A L . [Prom the Louisville Journal. W i5. A TO MY MOTHER, Prior to Visiting Her on my Fortieth Birth-Pay. * . I would that I were kneelyig with thee now, Mothert dear mother! at thy evening prayer, With lore's most holy light upon thy brow ! I would that I were kneeling with thee there, Ab pure in heart as when I left thy home, With sinless dreams, m the great world to roam! Long years have fled away since then-long years! And much of toil and suffering has been mine; Yet hag life's straggle wrung from me no tears, Save when, dear mother, I have thought of • thine-- Tears for the wanderer in a distant land, With few to cheer or take him by the hand. And thou sihce then art old! yet is thy heart All young and fresh as in the month of May! For with the worldly thou hast played no part, Content .in lowly life to hold thy way, Where joy less eyes ere turned to thee La gladness, And saddened hearts ere bless thee in 'their sad ness. . ' . I1; 0,mother mine! in the still evenin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 13 March 1858

d*. H Editor and Publisher. D E P E N U E N T Geo,: W. Kins, SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1858. NO. 48, THE EASTERN TEXIAN, . mblishgf^&xry- Saturday the office, comer of Columbia S A. 3 and Montezuma sts., Aii G usT-T N E, TEX is. terms of the texun.. Sisoi* Copr—For ons year oi fifty-two nuiiv { bore, (fe fcdwnee,) S2 oO ^ fivs COMES, &> *.*- %KJ! | \ Sis-OLE COFV-If rtftt a advance. ,-J ■ \ Jo After * W: M No '-apers will be s^ni^g® of the County, (ex- P eaptw responsible ftgilts.f-unless the money sit'cviropaniea ibe oris®. * T ^StMASTK^-Sj Throughout the Plate, fttC refi^ted to act as Agents for the Texian , it a t i s o T a i> v £ b t is is <> .,v. K iioii, OB3 , fri-iii suusequeat insertion, [ fifty w ts. - : ■ I 6ards—Ofons} square, per annum,... .&1u t«u Liberal deSuettoos mode for advertiseru^nts of i , greater length, and to ptrsoa3 advertising by the year or quarterly. ~ . K«tice3 of Oakdiiutks -For Si'ate or Dtstric< offices. ten ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 13 March 1858

■" THE EASTERN TE SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 18. Agents for the Texi&n- The following gentlemen are author- ized to aclfesi Agents for the Texiau; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wh. Hewitt, sen., Shelbyvtlle, Texas* I>. McMahon, Burkville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Blvff. John W„ Tabee, Natchitoches, La. J, L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Qf San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. . Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and D epar tures. Lynchburg—by Tarkings ton's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, and back once a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Angus line every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Lynchburg every Friday, 6 prm. Marshall—tram San Augustine, 92 miles, and back, twice a week: Leave San Angus tine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p. m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday and San- day, 6 a, ra., arrives at San...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 13 March 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. 4- THE MARKETS. Washington, Feb. 10. 1853.—I er- close an advance copy of the report made yesterday by the Senate Committee cn Foreign Relations in favor of a condi- tional declaration of war against the Re- public of Paraguay. Upon perusal of the document you will find it or much ijterest, and the subject ' of which it treats well deserves the attention of your commercial classes. The magnificent country in South America drained by the waters of theLa Plata preseuts a fielJ for North American commerce believed to be equal to that of As a in extent and value. The Senate committee present evidence that we are now unjustly excluded from a share in it', while our British commercial rivals are rapidly availing themselves of the field opened through the explorations of an .American expedition. The strange . course of 4he <£overufrren^ of Paraguay towards the United S&test chn only be ac- counted for on the supposition that secret influence of foreign. Governments ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 13 March 1858

m - rim v'. ■• 3® « ■' IS ■ 'f !'f. HUGH OCHILTREE, Commission and Forwarding Merc ha n t, MADISON, Texas. The Undersigned, having permanently located himself at this point will give his personal attention to Receiving, storing and Forwarding Goods, Merchandise or Cotton, consigned to his care. AMPLE WAREHOUSES Are prepared for the safe keeping of all consignments—and all Goods &c. 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 2$ per cent II. OCHILTREE. N. B, The roads leading from this place to Jasper and Newton Counties, are now iu good order, and all those obstructions in the roads heretofore have been removed, the bayous have all been bridged, aiffir the roads put in good travelling condition ; so our ...

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