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

sSl: V- u> *??s££--'~ ^v; ^ rr,!%2 ,. -', 'jfi £r%k i * - S«§ HI r^- ■ 7 ■>.. aSR • /" j*5£" ? • ,- ' - ;• ■ r" - ;v i;ftV"fv:3KS'. x .-• • -. ■ ..- mw& &~9&>e$F-% ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ : . \ *-• ■ , -*••■1 j--.. • "■' " ' ' '" i!'J* ■'.-'V:.' i ' : - " ..v*P • - r v -• *{£ ^i- - '• '■' - v'*Sk3&$ - H *:} J if: i 1 .- -.-i V - 6e«. W. Kilt?, '# 1« INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS, • SAN AUG USTl N It, TEX AS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1858. Editor and Publisher. NO. 49. mm THE EASTERN TEX I AN, Is published every Saturday at office, corner of Columbia - and Monfezvrna sis., SAN Ai'custixe, T e s the AS Eufous not in adVancc.. do After six nrofetb*. 4 00 Ho papers will be sent out of the County^ (ex- cept to responsible agents^) unless the money accompanies the order, jWrpaSTM ASTERS, Throughout the State, ars requested to act as Agents for the Texian. ? KiTES 0 V ADVERTISING N. Osb 8qoark—Of ten lines - or lees, first inser- tion, oae dollar, each subsequent insertion, fifty ec ts. Ci...

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

EASTERN* TEXIAN. SATURDAY MORNING......... MARGH 20. 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, etc.: Wm. Hewitt, sen., Shelhyville, Texas• W.CMoDan.e!, ) m, Sabine Co. B. McClosket, ) D. McMahon, Burkville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Bluff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. !(, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for% Eastern TexasK . Mail Arrangements. 4f r vals and Departures. Lynchburg—by Tarkingston'a Prairie, Liv- ingston, 176 miles, and back once a week : Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Augustine every Monday, 6 a. m'.j arrives at Lynchbnrg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall—from San Augustine, 92 miles, and back, twice a week: Leave San Augustine Monday and Ityaraday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; - - Leave Marshall every...

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

m ¥ {From the Texas Christian Advocate.] AN Imposter.—About three weeks since, a man named Victor Lester Ben- ton came to my house and stopped. At the expiration of two weeks he took my horse to go to "Washington, and since that time I have heard nothing of him. He tried to swindle several of the merchants in town by moans of drafts. Not succeeding in his opera- tions, he stole my horse and put out. I have since learned that a man of the same name carried on his swindling op- erations in Mississippi last summer. IJ Tie also passed himself off for a Doctor end a Methodist preacher. I send you .hi?, so you can Vara your patrons u--v ist being swindled by the Rev'd ] } r - iid Benton is about five feet five or nches high, well set, brown hair .A full whiskers. At the time he left .ad on black pants, black French r,r black satin vest, brown hat and a;e blanket coat. lie will try to pass : self for a doctor or a mcthodist s • acher. The horse was jet black h the exception of a little whi...

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

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WM. W. WALLACE. ATTORNEY AT.LAW. 0FFEB8 ^is services to the.public in the Courts of San Augustine,* Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelby, and in the District Court of the United States, and Supreme Court in their ses- sions at Tyler. San Augustine July 1857. 16 Payne .& Williams, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS ■" iJM, "San Augustine Texas. WILL practice in the Courts of 5th Judicial District of Texas. Ten per cent for collections. Appearance in District Court not. less than Ten Dollars. In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not less than Five Dollars. ^W*No services rendered unless the fee secured. . noly Richard F. Slaughter, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ' A T L A W, . ' • SAN AUGUSTINE TEXAS, WILL practice in the Courts of Nacogdoches, Angelina, Jasper, Newton, Sabine, Shelby, and San Augustine, and general collecting agent for eastern Texas. Office—West side of the Square," San Angustine Texas. h. c. hicks, Jasper, Texas. . HICKS j. d. mc.ua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 March 1858

.? -'J&gs jtc / / 4, , << t v, Y/~ ■ ' H H Geo. W. King*, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Editor and Publisher. VOL. 1. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1858. NO. 50. THE EASTERN TEXIAN, the Jg published every Saturday at office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., Ban Augustine, Texas TE3M3 OF THE. TEXT \N. Sisoi.i? Cupt-Fot one year of fifty-two num hers, (ja advance,).. $2 50 Fit® Copies, do .'. 10 00 BuiQLK Corr—Jf not in advance 3 00 do After six months 4 00 Ho papers will b« Bent out of the County, (ex- cept to responsible agents,) unlesa the money accompanies the order. par? )STM A.STE8S, Throughout the State, .'*re requested to act as Agents for the Texian , *jk. t jf s ort ;wti.wm; 0*1 SqCabs—Of ten lines or leca, first mser- tios$ on#, dollar, each subsequent insertion, Cxj|S^%tpne square, per annum $10 00 Liberal dAigtinuj made for HTverfi8em«>nt.8 of greater Jpfgth, and to persons advertising by theyear or quarterly. Notices op Candidates — For State or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 March 1858

THE EASTERN TEXIAN. 81TUBDAY MORNING MARCH 27. 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, etc. : Wm. iicwitt, sen , Shelbyville, Texas- W, C. McDaniel, ) „ ir. McClosket, i Mda'n- SofcneC'o. D. McMahon, Buikville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Blvff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches„ La. i. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent ' for Eastern Texas. Mall Arrangements. A r r v a I s a nd, Departures< Lynchburg—by Tarkingston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, and back once a week : Leaves Lynchburg, Monday G a. m., arrives *t San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San iAugusrine every Monday . 6 a. ro.. arrives at pchburg ever, ~ * kjiromSa hack, twice a week: L^^WR^Wngnstine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday and Sun- day, 5 a, m., arrives ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 March 1858

i Expedition for Revolutionizing Northers Mexico -The Galveston News, of the 16th inst, has a letter from one of its editors, dated New Orleans, March 12. from which the folJowing is an extract: for some days past, it has been rumored that an expedition was on foot for revolu- tionizing tlie northern States of Mexico, ■ niTd though nothing very definite is yet known, I atn in possession of sufficient in- formation to state, that au opportunity ... will now be presented to such ot our citi- zens as wish 10 take part in this enterprise, • by going out as emigrants to assist in lay- ing the foundation ot the Sierra Madre Re- public. Col. Lockridge, wiio has been in the city for a lew days awating despatch^ es from the North, and who leaves on San- day for Gaiveston, has just handed me the eucljsed letter, which he wishes published in the next issue of the " News," as his object in visi'iug Texas is to raise as ma- ny good men and true as can be mustered by the 1st of April, when it is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 March 1858

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Wm. W. WALLACE. A J T 0 R N E Y AT LAW. OCTEta his services to the publio in the Courts of San Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelby, and in the District Court of the United States, and Supreme Court in their ses- sions at Tyler. San Augustine July 1857. 16 Payne & Williams, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS San Augustine Texas. WILL practice in the Courts of 5th Judicial District of Texas. Ten per cent for qollections. Appearance in District Court not. less than Ten Dollars. In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not le~s than Five Dollars. JF&9- No services rendered unless the fee secured. "noly Richard P. Slaughter, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, san augustine texas, WILL practice in the Courts of Nacogdoches, Angelina, Jasper, Ne<iton^Sabine. Shelby, an^ggp. .Augustine, agent for eastern Texas, Office—West side of the Square, San AuguBtine Texas. h. c. hicks, j. x>. mcmahon, Jasper, Texas. Milam. Texas. HICKS & M'M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 April 1858

„irr. t <47 jMiii.y>^r. <**$£%%£ -Mb' ajseji-i.. . ^ .- Vfe^.^afa __«■• — ■ - — I, , ■ „-. ■ — ' ■■ • i i -"t-- Geo. W. King, INDEPENDENT IN POJLIT1CS* Editor and Publisher. VOL. 1. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1858, NO. 51, *HE EASTERN TEXIAN, every .Saturday at the officer comer of Columbid and Mitnlizwrna sts., 3 A u o u s x INK, TEXAS. t.srm8 op toe TEXIan gisat.li G*yr—F->r Oue y ar offiftj-twonwa fcers- (iu f* tvsnce,)■.«?« •. ov titn Ctents, >do i®. Vjj SWOLE Gv*> -I! not in %dvnnw .6 W do Afrersix months 4 00 So rap«rs •will be sent out of-the County, (ex- cept to responsible agents,) unless the money accompanies the order, . } . JBT'POSTM ASTERS, Tkreaghont the State, afareaaeSttd u, net aa Aftents for the Textan *4 t e s (if a&tkrt18isg * 0 8" tw lines of' has, fire^i— v u.-Mt, one dull*r, e^oh BU&wijwnt. n n^suwjfefone square, per fttmnm,... .$10 00 Liber*! deduotions rumde for ftdTcrtiscnientS of |rctt4r length, <%ud to p«*r&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 April 1858

J. EASTERN1 TEXIAN. 8ATU£DAY MORNING APRIL 17. Agents for the Texian. The following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents (or the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : Wm: Hewitt, sen , Shelbyville, Texas' B'McCi\ "<*■ ■ Saiine Co. D. McMahon, Bmkoille, Newton county. 3. Weiss, Wetss' Bluff J oh n W. Taber, NatchitochesLa. J JU. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co, JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. SfPrMail Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Lynchburg—by Ta kings ton's Prairie, Liv in^atoa, 175 mtlea, and back once ft week Lynebburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at ^an Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves SaD A ogua'inc every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Lynchburg every Friday, 6 p. m THE KANSAS BILL, In the amended form in which it passed the Senate, declares that she shall be admitted into the Union upon an equal footing with the other States—it then prescribes the boundry lines, providing that they d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 April 1858

V f J V K GTON NEWS. k Washington,.April 8.—The Minne- sota bill, as amended, admits two Rep- sentatites. Much solicitations is expressed for th3 fate of tee Deficiency bill, on which the supplies for Utah depend. House.-—In the House the Deficiency 1 was up. The members were prin- - ; ally -engaged in making fun of the I iah appropriations. Mr. Iverson moved chat the Senate pDceed to tlie consideration of the bill r< m tlie House of Representatives to provide lor the organization of a regi- ment of mounted volunteers for the de- fence of the>fronUer of Texas, and to uuthorize the President to call into the service of the United States additional (iments of volunteers: which was opted, by striking out "four" and in- ting ''two," so as to reduce the whole tuber of additional regimeuts to two. l'he latest telegraphic dispatches m Washington City, report Col ; os. H. Benton dangerously ill, and >idly failing. San Augustine, April 12J58. :o. W. Kinu, Esq. Dear Sir—AVill you hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 17 April 1858

•- -' Ik, -SSfEilSiQm:'v:;.iK [ _ . HUGH OCHILTREE, mission and Forwarding Merchant, *ISON, Texas s Undersigned, having permanently d himself at this point will give his tal attention to Receiving, storing 'or warding - roods, Merchandise or Cotton, Vned to his care. • AMPLE WAREHOUSES repared for the safe keeping of all jnments—and all Goods &c. forward th despatch according to directions ving had some experience in busi [ hope by strict attention thereto to a share Of public patronage. The Charges as follows. log, Storing, Marking and awarding Cotton 25c per bale. S do Merchandize* 10c per bbl. ipsion for advancing freight ill • - 2£ per cent H. OCHILTREE. 13. The roads leading from this place sper and Newton Counties, are now i od order, and all those obstructions i roads heretofore have been removed, ayous have all been bridged, and the ; put in good travelling condition ; so friehds'^need not apprehend any dan- I believe we have the best roads in 3rn Texas. [3l-6m] H. O. h ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 April 1858

W. Klas, SAN AUGUSTINE, TEX#, SATURDAY,, ^jL 24, 1858, * THE EX&fMtf TEXIAJt h published every Saturday . at the office, corner of Columbia '*' ■ and Montezuma sts.% Ban Augustine, Texas. *■;■ i i i - f " TEBM3 Of THE TEXIjIN. 6txoi.« Copt—If wA In advance ;, • 3 00 '* do Afw# sixmonths. ,....4 00 be seW out of the County, <ex- " agSiits,) unleea the money ADViSTIIINO Osi SQUABS—Of ten lines or lees, first inser- tion, one dollar, each subsequent insertion, ttty ec ts. Cakos—Of one square, per anntixa,... .$10 00 Liberal deductions made for advertisements tff greater length, and to persona advertising by the year or quarterly. • . KrmcBS OP Candidates—For State or District offioee. ten dollars. For Conotyoffioes five, jcf We will be compelled to decline legal ad- vertisements, iinleM paid for b advance. . gsm JOB WOKK, of e*«rj description, will be neatly, cheaply, and expeditiously executed at the Texian Office. WEDNESDAY MORNIJiG. .APillL 21 * tTHE Virginia Dire«t Trade.—Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 April 1858

mm m m si S3?Hjg£ EASTERN* TEXIAN. == Sr.- H PPT^i SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 24 Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Lynchburg—hy Tarkingston's Prairie, Lit ingstoB, >75 miles, and back once a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at San Angus tine -, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Angus'ine every Monday, 6 a. toarrives at Lynch bar jit every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall -from San Angnstine, 92 miles, and b«;k, twice a week : Leave 5aa Augustine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshal! Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday aad Sun- day. 5 a, m., arrives at San Augustine, Sal- r" nrday and Tuesday, 12 m. Marion — froA San Angaatine SO miles, and back, oaoe a wetk: Leave San Augustine •very Taeaday at 7am., arrive~at Marion tame day, flp m ; leave Marion every Wed- nesday, 7 a. m., arrives at San Angnstine- Wuttrn Msii--Arrivee fTedn and Sundays—departs East immediately, £ as rem Mail—Arrives Thursdays, Saturdays, &ad Mondays—departs West i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 April 1858

iw Site® 1> countycommissioners. Mr. Editor—In a late Dumber of your paper, is an article calling attention to the rieetioit of County Commissioners, and .reposing to stake the issne of the removal of the County Seat upon their, election.— This is at excellent proposition, and the •only appropriate mode ,of settling that tcsedquestion. The members constitut- Ui& the present Board of Commissioners, *rre all elected by large majorities ob- tained «he votes of our own citizens, who «w?re (and still are) favorable to the in^ssst location of the County Seat—and yefr^a majority of that Board are in favor of removing the County Seat to the cen- ter of the county, and opposed to building 5 Jail, while the County Seat remains at its present ■ location. lu this posture of ktfairs, it behooves such of our citizens as nre really in favor of retaiuing the County f^eat at it* present location, to take sucb t eps as im? be necessary to have them- s *t\ve*properly represented ij the Board of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 April 1858

1 S m I HUGH OCHILTREE, Commission and Forwarding Merchant, MADISON, Texas The Undersigned, having permanently located himself at this point will give his personal attention to Receiving, storin and Forwarding Goods, Merchandise or Cotton, consigned to his care. AMPLE WAREHOUSES Are prepared for the safe keeping of all consignments—and all 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 H. OCHILTREE N. B. The roads leading from this place to Jasper and Newton Counties, are now iu good order, and all those obstructions in tne roads heretofore have( been removed the bayous have all been bridged, and the roads put in good travelling condition ; so our friends need not apprehend any dan- ger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 8 May 1858

";^1P§ . m m . jgypijiwJs|gaaBBewP<W8i'l^^?5!SBl>uf^^s?E^'"-^ •i&&*$4' Tfeik li) i . r* rm$nl &p< ps^s^gy SS&s# SIS**?: if sifc -4- —- tfg$ -*-<f gsll • V v:. f- *ro : « - G«o, W. KJlQig, ; .■tape? — -' •'. -' I N D E P iB N D E N TIN P O tI T'l C S. Editor .and Pul li*h«*i ■-^5^5 .?-«< . • .. Sv • *> - ! * wiiJ.M ■< - •y I'1' ' ■*£ SAN -AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAT 8, 1858. , ..THE JLASIEPN TB: 0AN, > ' a a j ' k.. the ay at umbia ,..,< •% Texas. Is published e&eryBaturd *? &$c4 «eraer * ojf Co/ and Montezuma / 8 i'if !A;^juu's t i e,/ TERMS OF-TpS TB2 QAN «UWW,C<i**-rFors«Be J ear,of; fifty-two m>m- «*; «h rs, (ia adiance,).. «.••.••• • ^2 50 iivi;OoPiBH, do •.......10 00 gsfclti Cott—If fiot m 4d*ftae«. a 00 do - ~ After six tsouiivit.. -......4 00 *Jo*pspatr "Will be settt out of Jit }fio\miy, (ex- . oeyt to Responsible agcuts,) ua > less the money accompanies the order* ^ 'J0F<g 0STMASTE R S, Through ont tbe Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 8 May 1858

Ki'J. STEAMBOAT NAVIGATION- Our readers will MORNING...; 4 r r i d alt and Dtp a r tures -' § H|- Lynchburg—by Tarkingston's Prairie, Li*, ingston, 176 miles, and back oboe a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Angostine every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Lynchburg eve/y Friday, 8 p.m. Marshall—from. San Angustine, 92 miles, and hack, twice a week: Leive San Augustine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m.. arrives at Marshall. Wednesday and Satarday, 8 p m^ Leave Marshall every Thursday and Sun- day, 6 a, bl, arrives at 8an Augustine, Sat- urday and Tnesday, 12 m. Marion—from San Augustine 30 mile?, and bsejs, onoe a week: Leave San Augustine wntj Tnesday at 7 a. m.. arrive at Marion same day, 6 p m ; leave Marion every Wed- "ay, 7 a. m., arrives at San Augustine f, 6 p.m. *i—Arrives Wednesdays, Fridays^ andSaadays—departs East immediately. XofternMoil—Arrives Thursdays, Saturdays and Mondays—departs West immediately. To County Officers. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 8 May 1858

•* V- - *- "V-. ".' , skjrtay^.' W 3 V ^p'"~ £& afe* §Ss x •\ I p • -3- !i All l..w ! BP: / r-Ti? Tfca Nebraska City News contains a iong*ceount ofibe marriage of a Pawnee clmfetfa Wood-royal squaw of,the.Otoe tribe. Thebri^egioojawas named While- water, and the.bride Wah-mush-pe-shiuga. "We-exnact the following: j£w. The Chieftain's daughter waatelcgantry dressed in a red flannel shirt with deep . blue calico border, a checked ap;on,a sum- mer kilted buffalo.robe and a whitefelt hat. Her jewels were magnificent. From either auricular depended bright ornaments of hi ■ Copper# ■./, i must.not omit to mention that Miss masli- pe-shinga also wore a "rtd pet- • embroidered accordiug toadesign c- own, with porcupine quilfl^ repre- > ;g a desperate dog fight. Her entire .*obe and jewelry could not have cost : < hag sixiboosanu dollars in Fontenelle >-y.i The bridegroom wa^,attired in -be magnificence which hif rank and . ;b demanded, He wore a astanding 5* callar. a medal of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 8 May 1858

mmwfmssaesm ij %€&f\ V .*> fcWAOlmv-ior,' v 1*4 Ik* a LETTER FROM SUMPTEB. .*H4\ t ' ^TIi^Mteid g tetrwt from a private s well for the flourishing county of Trinity i , Conrt has just closed its session. Judge Maxey, being a preacher aa well as a very good Judge, came down tolerably heavy on those who had violated the law. The Judge is a very social and interesting gentleman, and 1 have found the members of our bar generally, as affa- ble and agreable as I could wish. The moral condition of Sumpter has improved since last court as the grand Jujy at the last Fall Term found forty bills of indiot- ments, whereas at the present term but twenty have been fotfnd; shoving that the violations of law have decreased in our community one hun- dred per cent. A steam saw mill is now being erected within foot miles of ourtown, which will cause Sumpter to grow rapidly into a very handsome county town. sJ'-' : *** «jt!< ; • v-~>~ f - --y y ■■ ^^The following list of Deputy Marshalls f...

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