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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 22 May 1858

Efefe. Km mm '"f-wm i £2i?J im a _Ia JL I TIC Editor and II'D E PEJf !) E - &; • t. .''."'. "-* TEE'EkSrTB SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1858. >■•-•. 'gparay-^ctga-ff vyttTftSrar- <4'.gap^U^C.^ , w--or.j«^at ag^-riv'---'TT«7-t Jj-JpMs/ied every Saturday ^ 'ofac, corner of' Colin*1 ., a/w/ JiTmfezuma sis SM ..._ ,. Kaf._, n Aua u's iYje.'Tb x as, *>*•• ■ " - ,i ' 5pr--k* --OP THE TEXT vN "Hi* ^ Si*^bfr;i;5oi'Y^rf-not ia;8i]vafi«e. .o 0' •' j|pK Af.cr s-x - a irhs- 4 00 KoV^reri "TTfll *eVf?-ht ont of tin-Cotmtr,< ex- cept to ijr&fcus,) aatefes the manej ^eqa&ttjbies. tK%erder, . T^issi.'An'^-§&-x >f-,; 'ys <pp4saraf&&rs *$'; TJirMgbtmt the; Ftate. Rpe'^efs'JWtid-ta.-R^ a -4 SWiM**"' lezian 'k ax i£:s" QP'i to y>n t i sis o 'OSE? S-i'vTMf'4 -$r WliaSs or l&.8j ttonj&ft-dVifte? e*<& sub.^heiit insertion, cJkrs-.-^)L aW -s^3.M^^*t ftnnifts,.'.'. ..l/IO 00 LiWr'al s' for • iM %r **tojr4cfvj th, ansl ta jwr^i&s adve...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 22 May 1858

mm . .MAT 22 ms QUESTION AT EEST. Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Son. John H. Selg^o bss favored ua jrith a eopj °t *'ne Report of thS'XSgPBibtee i face, on the disagreeing votes of tne Senate and Hoaee on tbe K*nsa# admission bill. As before stated, ample mnj>rities in both homes ve^e pledged in support of tbe committee's report, and the bill pasaed without a struggle, matUing Kansas a State trader the l.ecompfon Cone*i>u- fct ^an AttainfSne, Friday 6 p na; leaw* 8 n ' ijjt .' d*y> 6 *. ro.v arrives ai m. Lynchburg—b* T^kingston's Prairie, I.5v-j tion, obIj ou the ciwditurB that «he omer><3 he* ingstoo. m mi'ca, and bark once a werk : j lacd ordillMCe> bq as to place her en an ? quality 8 *• "f~ .hi. &«« Tbe ordinance alluded ta sets forth that the «f Kansas has an undoubted right to Ux ibjic lands %inf within her limits ; and proposes to relinquish that right, on the condi- tion that the United States grant to her certain hiferfs Specified, amoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 22 May 1858

Fp :* :ssm [f ijfew i& n*. co.' 600 tourtb street says Me'i. Celebrated Vermifuge, FemineRios 6f Pittsburgh. New Yotfc. May 15, 1852. _ ipi of mine thctWing avmpidma* nf S vo- . I it a bottle of Dr. M'La tie's .. <W Wmifyge, which brought buuch of worm*, numbering I about ; illi*iy. The child tbeoperation, but hearty. . Tmst, No. 18 Avenue D. writes d*t' of Au| tt§t 10, 1852, nud says troubled wi||p worms for than* yvar, andtliat *1Tie M'Laiie'a Celebrated repa.rfd by Fiemiug Bros., which, it away from kjsr « ver thiree hundred }, hi^ aud hi lie. She now believe* f io.be entirely free from disease. '.is, a German wofliau, re- ^ Rtvingtoii street, say^that HtSg due vial of M'La ne'e Celebr-- " ?ri ifuge, she passed two t&rge .wms^' t- • % altove cert ifica'ea are all from par- ••It known iu this city. If there f wlio doubt, they have the names dre&e*) and can satisfy themselves soiAi inquiry. . 3~?>urdba< *rs will b careful to ask for D' . : « t'ELEBH\TED VKkMIFU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 22 May 1858

r A«<l r SV-tei S&vfbN,'* 1J Will centinue his visits to 8&n Augustine, as hitherto, :f<mr'or five times. annually. The1 readers of the Texian will always be informed when <he ra in onr% wn. J%FPICEPRICES^ ^eeth on Gold Plate, (several) each, Single tdotb, bu plate. - Set for eithergaW, on suction ^ull set for both laws, - - •, (j-otd ping, - Tin Foil, ' - - M - - Teeth on pivot, - iCi ling the nerve, - • •Extracting, - - Separating ' -- - - .J—":. •ExUnetiog, with "visit in town, - San Augustine,' March 5, '38 . $ 10 00 - 15 00 - 150 eo - 800 00 3 00 - 1 5p - 6 00 - 1 00 - TP0 - 1 CO :,. 2 DO. n47:y ROUSE, NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS, MI'CI-IEL.has justopened a-Priva!e"Do'wd. irig House in Nacogdoches, where the pub- lic either lopul 6 c transient. o'ntn *>«. served with the'best-of fare aifd ac-K>ura->dtti«n, in a qui'e?- and comfortable manner, ai the folio.?.in^ lof rates-: -* *- . - • • Board an^i j^Sihg n r raf'n'hj - ■" - $12 £G " - r ... " i&y, * - - .* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 May 1858

J mmm v .e^i'ud-^in £ l^mn Editor and Fab it* DEPEND EWTflW POLITICS • MAY 29, 1858; SAN AUGUSTINE, More Indian Depredations. A Great Gun Killing Made Easy. Coolie Tfade. United States and Paraguay, 8i $ every 'Saturday at eotgUr of Columbia and Montezuma sts., Augustine, TEXAS 'v&L TERM3 03P TffS TEXIAN. "SncajUK Oopy—For one year of fifty-two npm- hers, (in advance,)*"•• • • "fits copibh, do *10 00 Sixolb Copt -If not In advanc*... 3 00 -#o After six pAtBB.....\. .4 00 No ft&perp will be Bent out of the County, (ex- cept to responsible agents) "unless the motfey accompanies the order, ■ ^"POSTMASTERS, Throtfghost the Btate, in requested to not as Agents for the Titian. XiTlS O r adtkrti8 XN«. or Ires, first inB^r- Liberal deductions "E ae for advertisements of greater length, and to persons advertisinf^by the year or quarterly. ' * ' r' [ Notices of Candidaius—For State or District offices, ten dollars. For Countyoffices five. - pB* We' will be compelled to deelkielegal ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 May 1858

pp i. THE m mm ■71 HORKnra.. MAY 29 Arrangements. s/:~,, Arrivals and D ejiar tures. rg—hj Tnrkings ton's Prairie, Li*- „ 00,176 miles* and back oaee a week: . }**ves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives a Augustine, Friday 6 p m; leaves San ri*% every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at rg every Friday, C p. m. I — from San* Augustine, 92 miles, ar.d , twice a week: Leave San Augustine and Timrsday,! p. m.. arrives at . 11 Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p id.; Marshall every Thursday and Son- Vat n*., arrives at Pan Augustine, Sat , and Tuesday, 12 m. Marwrt—from San Augustine SO mile?, and 4 back, once a week : Leave S an Augustine '«sr" every Tuesday at 7 am, arrive at Mario? same day, 6 p ra ; leave Marion every Wed nesday, 7 a m arrives at S*a Augustine same day, 6 p.m. fTesUrn Mail—Arrives IFedDesdays, Friday? and Sundays—departs East immediately Eattrrn. Miil - Arrive Thursdays, Saturday?, and Mondays—departs West immediately. "BP*- I ? To County Officers. We have just finished printing a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 May 1858

n •Jte-. TO THE PUBLIC. Great God! and what ia this we see? Whose mangled bodies can tbeee be ? Amis wardered men upon the road, A gory right* in their own blood! The eight is nwfnl to behold; theee lifeless limbs are still and cold! fids Mood that onoe so calmly flowed, We see here dotted in the road! Them sightless eye? opce beamed in love; la death's stare now they cannot more; The sight is gone, the beauty's flown, To wake no more till Judgment's dawn! These hands* that fed his helpless child . These lips that sealed the kiss, and smil'd: These hands are still, the smile fs fled. The father and thnaon are dead 1 \ Thus from his orphans forced to part, N Thus met his fate, the brave man Exm; And his son Charlks, most I relate, Fne met his father's awful fate T Their murderers here did take a stand In ambush, with their guns in hand; They shot the unsuspecting two. Then from the plaoe the murderers flew. Those orphans teat their father dear— This world no longer holds him here— Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 May 1858

New Orleans Cards. &£i jr. $ co. Wholesale Grocers, and dealers in Wmh Uq*o a Staple Goods, Common at., and 35 Canal st., opposite New Customhouse, New Orleans. GEORGE H. VINTON, ' WAREHOUSE, st, netot door to Pimyune- Office, *TEW ORLEANS. Types, Inks, Paper, Cards and Tur- g of every description. Agetrt tor the "•ale df Robt. I&oe Co>'s Presses, and James Conner and son's Types. Second hand materials bought and sold, and old Type taken in exchange for new, at 9 cents 4wr<pound, PRINTING PAYER. 'Constantly on hand and for sale Printing Pa- of the following s'zee. i by 528 281 inbbes by Si '24 *n. by 38 2inoh.es by 32 24 inches by 36 26 in. by-8-7 5 inches by 40 28 inches by 42 32 in. by 44 ■86 inches by 48 and other s'zjs to arrive. * Also, Doable Medium Book Paper, Manilla Wrappers, Note, Letter, and Cap Papers of every ription; Caids, Oa*d Boar<is, &o. -1-y GBORGB H. VISTEN. jos w. carroll ... .j03. hot . .. .r 0. wij.tkr. «' BUOHANNON, CARROLL Sf CO.,' * .Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 June 1858

►C a Wk jS&r " Geo. IT. King, INDEPENDE i* T 15 POLIT 1_C S Editor and Publisher. —-)-1 "■ ■ •"**~ ' VOL. II. jp£ SAN AUGUSTINE, TEX. r *•- fc A TTTT>n A V TTnTTi "4 iOi NO. 5. ■p 2&e THE EA8TEEK TEXIAN, ts published every Saturday at H comer of Ctiuwbia and Montezuma sts r g i n Augustine, Tex as - ■ ■ • ;WJH OF THE TEXIVN. SiKdur Gtirr - For one year Of fifty-t^ocnm v*r*, (ia advance,). *vv&n SireCtirie*.* do ......J-0 £U*ai.« Uoft—Tf net in ed*s «* i.. o< tJo Attars** mfflstii*. ...> i*.4 w fig papers wilt •<« KRt out ?>i : he Coufttj, <ex espt torc*pao#iM® Agetija,} Uf-I^sa the moue; MCijtap&oie* ii e or>i«ir. ^rr \3tEH8 Thronghoet the Plate, ir« fptjo*^tvd to «.ot *.s Asrsats for the TeJcian a +jij -a * A p,V v O - _. Or"? &QC*nK -Of t^o H«*s or le*8, ftfegt i&9«r- t*oc, on* dotUv, e sh :ubseqaent insertion, taty *c t«. _ C>$r:M—Of one * w>*rt, p*? aaottWT.w*SfclO 00 Liberal d^dactions mwfe for advertisements ot fn^attr lea*th....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 June 1858

55 T H E ±±= BATOBDAY MORNING JiSE I Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and D e p a r tures. p—-—— o Tarkingstotfs PrRuiCj Lit* ingstoo, 1(5 miles, and back once a week: Lot,*68 Lynch burg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives at Ban Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San Attgas.ineevery Monday,© a. m... arrives at Lynchburg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall —from San Aojustine, 92 miles, and back, twice a week: Leave San Augustine M>nd*y and Thursday, 1 p. m„ arrives at Marshall Wednesday andSutovday,8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday and Son- day, 5 a, iD.yarviv- % at 8an Augustine, Sat urday and Tuesday, 12 m. Morton—from 8<m Augustine 30 miles, and back, once a trcsk: Leave San Augu3tine every Tuesday at 7 a m., arrive at Marion 8&me day. G p tn ; leave Msvion every Wed iMsday, Ta m , 8 Ives at San Augustine Western Med—i"live? Wednesdays, Fridays Md-Sundays—departs East immediately. Eastern Miil —Arrives Thursdays, Saturday?, and Mondays—departs West immediately. ■ wm a ; • = To County Offi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 June 1858

taw* m m The weather has been dry and warm for several days. The crops look re- markably well, and the health of the county is good. If no accident inter- venes, we may have a glorious wed- -- - - ■ gut one signs [COMMUNICATED.]^ >.Editor Texian—I was truly rejoiced io fiSd the last number of your evcr- Wfelcome paper appear in an enlarged form, and I sincerely kope tlie hearis of ^ your patrons will be liberally expand-!ding before your next issue. But ei in the same proportion. Indeed, 1j dare not anticipate, for sometimes si of no cause more laudable for the foil even in this dear county. Yours, i MAT. Milam, Sabine Co., May 29, '58. Mr. Reagan, in referring to the bill | for the admission of Minnesota into the Union, said it was a question which occasioned no little trouble to the fra- mers of the U. S. Constitution. He was of opinion that Confess had a right to determine the status of vo- ters in the Territories, but not in the States. Sunday Law.—The Legislature of Californ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 June 1858

Orleans Cards. Q. M. BAYLY % CG* Wholesale Grocers, AKD DEALEB8 IN Wines, Liquors and iStaplt Goods* 22 Common at, and 35 Canal at., opposite New Customhouse, vol2 l:y New Orleans. GrEORGifi H. VINTON. PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE, 68 Ca< up st, next door to Picayune Office, new orleans. Pr<M?e«, Types, Iuks, P*per, Cards and Fur- nishing of every dise iption. Agent for the sale of Ro')t Hoe Sf Co.*b Presses, and James Conner and sou's Types. Second h*nd materials biught nnd sold, and old Type taken in exchange for ne w, at 9 cents per pound, PRINTING PAPER. Constantly on hand and for aale Printing Pa- per or tbO following s;z-*s. 2l inohwa hy '28 23i in'hes by 31 24 ;n by 38 £2 Unfip til 32 24 inches by 36 2-5 in by 37 V6 inches by 40 28 inches by 42 3*2 in. by 44 30 inobo by 4s$ and other 8 Z s to arrive. Also, Double Mediu<6 B-tok Paper, Manilla Wrapper?, Note* Letter, and C p Papers of every dw-thrtun; Catds, Card Boards. &c. v 12-l y Gtf HtGtS H. VINTEN. it* w <5 MM CaXt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 June 1858

Sr Geo. W. Kin?, "x. INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ~v6£.n. ■ SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1858. the eastern texian, Is published arid Mmt&Suma Wwifr &1f<J USHNE, iurday at Columbia the texas Letter from Newton. .-'TBBM3 OF THE TEXIAN. - Single Copy—For one year of £fty-twc num- bers, (in advwioe*). f 2 60 Five Cokiss. do w Suious Copr—If not in advance..........J w do After six months ,...4 00 No papers .will be eeat out of the County, (ex- oept to responsible agents,) unless toe money aeeompanics the order. /Sr*P i>STM ASTERS, Throughout the State, are requested to act as Agents for the Texian, bates op advertising. ^ Oxg S«tiJARfi-—Of ten lines, or less, fi'st.lnaer- tion one dollar, each subsequent insertion, ^te^JrnnS^flO 00 L? ral deductions made for advertisements of greater length, and to persons advertising by tike year or quarterly. Notices op Casdipates— For State op District Mb. Editor—I see chronicled in the public prints something * commendatory of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 June 1858

T H E ■ -i ik.-n_ ii r -r, . - , . , TffRB AYMORNfN JUNE 26. Agents for the Tetian- gentlemen are author- ise act %s Agents for the Texian ; re- and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job wpfk, etc.: W*. Hewitt, sen , Shelbyville, Texas• C'm^clo?kk!L' I SMm Co■ D. MgMahon, Burtcville, Newto?i county. S. Weiss, Weiss' Blvff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. Holland, Jasper* Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOM EB Y, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Who Will be the Senator ? .% Arrange ments. H r f i v a Is a n &' Departures.'* eager do they appear Immediately upon the demise of any individual, it is the custom for those next of blood to take possession of the estate, SlH^non lias it become, that frequently those who would be expect- ed to mourn the loss of nearest and dearest friends, are but too easily con- soled, by finding their estates increased by a division of the effects. So, when an official dies—no matter what may have been the character of of his p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 June 1858

*s 99i Backwoods Eloquence.—a man on his trial fo# murder, having been found guilty fey the evidence, is, supposed to have been - successfully defended by lis counsel in the 5ch> which is quire as good the verdict juries so often reasons by which juries to justify their finding i "'Thou shall not kill.' Now if you fiang my client you transgress the com- man I as slick as grease, and as plump as a goose egg u a loafer's face. Gentlemen, „ .murder is murder, whether committed by nrelve jurymen or an liumbTe individual like my client. Gentlemen/1 do not de- ny the fact of my client having killed a man! No such a thing, gentlemen. Ye may bring the prisoner in' guilty,' the itangman may do his duty, but will that ex- onerate you T No such a thing. In that case you will be murderers. Who among is prepared for the brand jf Cain, to stamped upon his brow to day ? Who, >•-* Who-; in this laud of liberty jp6.entleraeu, I will pledge my word not one of you has a Bowie knife No, gentlemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 26 June 1858

.\ ?OE3TRY. THE ADIEU. We'll miss her at the morning honr, . When leaves and eyes nnoloee j When sunshine Mils the dewy flower * ; To waken from repose; ; of a bird, - > •> > • • • the sun-beams fall. The gladness of her voios.wa heard The earliest of ns all.- Well miss her at the eveningtime, ^ For the*«tervoice and lute -^pjfesi loved to rang some sweet old rhyme When other sounds are mute; Twined round the ancient window-seat. While she was singing there, > jessamine from outside would meet And wreath her fragrant hair. V? -/ We'll miss her when we gather round Our blazing hearth at night, When ancient memories abound, Or hopes where all unite; ~ And pleasant talk of years to come— Those years our fancies frame, Ah! sfie has now another home Ami another name. New Orleans Cards. P. P. WEKLEBV & CO., New Orleans, JVb. 5 street, TTAVE constantly on hand the largest IT and most complete assortment of SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, in the South. . Cash otders sent by mail, at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 July 1858

PF «s •*. ■ I, KiHZ> ^ jtS. E N D E g; * 'tf SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1858. THE EASTERN TEX1AN, h puiiished every Saturday at offtcc, comcr of Colwnbia and Montezuma sis., S A if A U G USTiNE, T £ X the A S ,, TSKM3 OP THE TEXUN. Sisot-k. goft—Por co® year of fifty-two due n«re, (ia aiv«nee,) B&v Boyce's Report—Direct Taxation. The Richmond South publishes an abstract of the Report of Mr. Boyce, on the financial policy of the Federal Government, and makes the following comments in relation thereto : Mr. Boyce contemplates nothing less £2 &c than a radical reform of the revenue Spfe S'lVB Cohsis. do ;v.-.. -ij <fc and navigation systems of the Govern- to^0opr_A(S SxtrX::::;:::: 4oo^nt. tn8«hai«bwes && «)« • Ho p*pBT3 will be sent ofct of the Ctranty, (ex- cept to responsible &geuts,} unless the money accompanies the order. Throngho'ot the State, ire requested to set as Agents for the Texian. bates op advertising^ OSB Sqdabb—Of ten lines or les...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 July 1858

lis — - THE is^se^ "—^.^-iijgjjijd fe&Ei Saturday Horning .. •■■■■■ • i..' ...JULY 3 ;-.r 6. -• JLs,^ ■ Agents for the Texian- jgp v , The following gentlemen are author ized J oaet as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive'and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : %• Hkwitt, sen , Shelbyville, Texas- K- McClI!kky*L | Milam, Sabine Co. d. McMahoN, Burkville, Newton county. S. Weiss, Weiss' Blvff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. S. L. Holland, jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of Sail Augustiner is our General Agent for Eaktern Texas. & I *• Ar tiva Is ' ■ ■■ Lynchburg- and Departures. I. ' *%\ Ml Ttu-kingston's Prairie, Liv- miles, and back onCe a week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday G a. m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San tine every Monday, 6 a. m., arriVfes at " lrg etery Friday, 6 p. m. II —from San Augustine, 92 miles, and t, twice a week: Leave San Augustine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 July 1858

!/' / :\ feTJlE MARKETS. 1 " Cbesoent Ofpiok, No. 70 Camp street,) Saturday Morning, Maxi 29, '58. 5 lute's review Weapon a heavy :et, apdwe note buf? little improvement • Prices remain without material change, we continue previous j^wtationa : ^ SyT.j GoodmSdi'g' 124@12| Or'nary. 910104 | Middl'gFair . 124^13 Middling 10|©ll | Fair nominal aaata! ■ —— fcarefully cokkectid every week. j • fc * ■M, tgmg— It ntticky . . . East India . , . Hope— Per pound .. . . *e per PoiMd— Rio . . . . Java ■lies-per Pound,— Sperm . . . . Star . . • i Meal— Per barrel *. - v . ,. zesiic Gooils per Yard: Brown Loweia . ... . . Denims . . . . . . Calico Prints . . ... . Linsejs". ; . . . . . :r per Barrel— (Jhio supeTEmrr . . . Extra . . . . . , ar— Brown lb . . . . isions. per Barrel—v Bee* -Mess . . , . Pork Mess . . . , Baoos—canvoph^l Hams ** Sides . . Cheese SALx—Psr - . FROM SW J3 13i - 7 — 103 36 — 18 2 60 — 10 — 09 — 06 — 30 4 20 6 00 13 00 16 00 — 11 — 8 - 8i .ifew, ftbayed.rar i&und Fine ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 July 1858

New Orleans Cards. P. P. WEKLEIN & CO., 5 Camp street, Neio Orleans, TT AVE constantly on hand the largest ^§||a XI and most complete assortment of jflfiP* SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, "IP In the South. ^ Cash otders sent by mail, at the marked prices, will be sent prepaid. Dealers and Teachers supplied at a discount. r-ALSO-~> WAS ELEGANT LOT OF PIANO FORTES, and Musical Instruments of every description, fc*ew Orleans, May 29, '58. n4-ly Qggjfc O. M. BAYLY if CO. Wholesale Grocers, and dealers to Wines, Liquors and Staple Goods, 22 Common st., and 35 Canal st.( opposite New Customhouse, Vol$ 1-y New Orleans. ^ GEORGE H. VINTON, PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE, 68 Camp st, next door to Picayune Office, NEW ORLEANS. Mercantile Cards. HUGH OCHILTREE, Commission and Forwardiiig Mercha n t MADISON, Texas. Presses, Types, Inks, Paper, Cards and Fur- nishing of every disoription. Agent for the saleofRobt. Hoe 8;• Co.'s Presses, and James Conner and son'b Types. Second hand materials bought and sold, ...

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