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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 September 1858

iilljlfe. s &B! % *> #; :V'- r_: •lii J£&* jfcn ^t.:,«S5 - .-■IS'j ^ V- *' ' ' -" r, , -~ *V? -. • t:^-^nV >■ ! -&&* r VMS* •••■■>•/'- - " ' "j w1 ■Jr*\ INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1858. Editor and Publisher. NO. 21. Mf*h vmim; Saturday at 'the \f Columbia eiad Mmtez% <r-.a sis., Au«u;:8TiK Tffls: V- - Letter from Crockett. Srtiki; M It OF^RI TSXiAN. —For os« y«? of nfiy-two nirm advance,)**.............. $2 50 do 1.00 MBfaofc in .... .... .$ (JO After six .. .vY.V. .4 00 wot ofci.)? he Confrty, (ei- •gSUi- ■ i 'i nlaas tic Sidney order, :ER3, Thro;: tboat the State, iaact as Ag^ts for the Tcxian mt . _l)f ten lmat o? aits, fcrat inser- tion, oia«_(iollaro each ^uent insertion, fifty e« ts. .Ciafw —Ofone square, per annum,.... #10 00 liberal tfi&ucfcions made "fee advertisements of greater length, and to fetalis advertising by . the year or quarterly. NoTidSsoi"1 OAjrDtoiTKS—For State or Distpot offices, ten d...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 September 1858

—g= eastern' text an. 8A.TURD.vY MORNING.....SEPTEMBER25 Agents for the Texian. The following gentlemen are author- ised to act as Agents lor the Texian; re* reive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job- work, etc. I Wm. Hewwx se*, Shelbyville, Texas- C. McDaNIEL, ) .| n f • m B. McCi.o cer, j mivl- Sat"m Co- iIV. McM-uiom, But'kville, Newton county. Wets*; Weiss' Bluff W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for: Eastern Texas. %m Mail Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. q vicno .zy 'lifl-'i r. « Eynchburg—by Turkingston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, TT5 miles, and back once a week: • Leaves LynchMrg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p m; leaves San Augus ine every Monday, 6 a. to., arrives at Lynchburg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall —from San Angnstine, 92 miles, and hadk", a week: Leave San Augustine ' day and Thursday, 1 p^jno., arrives at J[^BjbaA®W%dn#eday and Saturday, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 September 1858

SstfF usrng.—A Correspondent of ^eIerri>of^Cxpress, give® the follow- i6 irtling connection with the dionsJirice of siuro-dipping. and its pre- : f'OSOfig tbe ladies of North Caro- rc are perttjips in onr State, one] irtnwdrftnd twenty-five thousand women, ?9>i-ng out of the ancount those who have •lot ch their teeth, and Those who have 'oat them Jrptn age. Of Arts number, «ightj "pc: *6't, may be safely set down-as nufl-dippe^T El^y five of these will Use X *v jp a two r^nce pa —rtmt-re, tb "jftvo huii i wo tbou^ v . M fiveji ituountir.; >n otift quantity v s nine ihouMtid poiTjNl^ of snuff per day— thousand dippers, red pounds per day, ;r to the enormous ndred and twelve n this number of snuff all a^es colors and con- ditions, fivn'Xy.irah in the kitchen to the tniMressin '"dfl^r!or—from the tittle intSs of tour yt • ■Jd'to her old grunt y, grand- utama, w.> ifes but two suags in h^r head. I ain gtai' ,jore arc some of both \laftk mid whit* khottie above the nasty (mic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 September 1858

•Vtf frmFESSIONAL CARDS. Wh. W. WALLACES. ATT 0 RN E ¥ AT L A W. . -Y\pfkr8 his services to the pnblie in the Courts Vof San Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelby, 'and, m the District Court of the UaJWI Statesr and Supreme Court in their ses • sions at Tyler. San AugustineJaly -1857. 16 ^ayne & Williams, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS -s&ut Xj&L'Wy San A-flgustine Texas. TILL practice in the Courts of 5th Judicial District of Texas. Ten per cent for collections. Appearance in District. Court not. less than Ten Dollars, . - la Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not less than Five Dollars.. services 'rendered unless the fee • nol7 New Orleans Cards. Jos. W. CARROIX. JOS HOY wk, B.'snifiALt. r CARROLL, fiOY & CO., (SUCCE8SOKS TO BtJCHANNON, CARROLL & CO ,) Commission Merchants No. 20 Union Street, Ily ' NEW ORLEANS * Richard F. Slaughter, Attorney at Law, t7ill practice in the Courts of the 5th Judicial District, and act as UNITED STAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 October 1858

m * " ^ t INDEPENDENT W. King, <ieo. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY A Republican President The Pre- if3 ^ S EHi - putfu/fai every SMird<ty^, at • office, COTHiT of CohimV" ;itnd Monfczv rif a sis., a x '.WIIts r>.aEL . T e x isf •# Incidents in an Insane Asylnm. ,% - - —■— The. following narration exhibits sometlBtg of, the craftiness and cunning insane, but especially tne. great •tact and presence of inind necessary on th'e part of the conductors, particularly in emergencies, when .dealing with their patients : -ife" The former excellent.*pj*tron, Mrs. TE5MS W TlTJfc '"TEXIAN SiS9i s Ourr-Fof one yaar «f fifty-two nijA tv«ra, {in advance,)., .#2 50 Fir*; Cotiks, do k.... 4.... 0 00 PM**-will be seuc oat^fie Coaaiy, (ex- "aA vu"a UnA "nna od "c,ial in +>,a to responsible agents,) tfnless tbe money .j%cci>?apsmc* the' order. '*/«rP >§TM VSTEUS, Turongliout tbe FUte, ojw requested to act aa. Agents for the Texiari "Tt bA t S d O P i 5 ¥ e H T I S.l">* Q>- OSk S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 October 1858

I? V £ > '•>' THE EASTERN TEXIAN. SITURDvY MORNING OCTOBER 2 w Agents for t&eTexiatf. The following gentlemen are author- ized Jto net as Agents for the Tex.au; re- ^ reive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work* etc. ; Wm. IlcwrTT. sen, Shclbyville, Texas* W. C. McDaniel, i ,.% k. McCloskey. J mitamrsabuieco. w 1>..iWcMaiion, Buikoille, Newton county. Weiss' Bivff. JbuN VV. Tader, Natchitoches. La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MO.NTGOMEFY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mail Arr^gements. , Arrivals anS Departures. Lynchbnrg—hy Tarkicgaton's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 179 utiles, and back once a week: XiQ&ves Lynchburg, Monday 6 at m., arrives at San Augustine, -Friday g p. m; leaves San Aagnatine every Monday, 6 a. m.. arrives at Lyoohbocg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall —from San Augustine, 92 miles, back, twice a week: Leave San Augustlkfe Monday and Ttinrsday,1 pi m., arrives at " * fefcgf i Marshall eTery Thtfr...

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

top Of from a: t the firll, I : We 1) and.i 0WC ted.] o*br last issue the was submitted, ,bine county for window I saw the an angle of 40° ; ow, 18 feet above e top of the same 4Je of 37 ° 30'—re- , the'hciglit and distance of the .MgPPns is substantially the sum. e havosolved it, and submit the fol- twiug as the answer, 'wtthout giving Be process : Height of stleple, 210,- 43932 feet; distance feom poiiit ot observation to steeple, 2m),79284 feet. \Tc have all obtained the same njsnlt, y • of our,,teachers xamined tlie weare satisfied that the above^ the, true {^nswe?—ex- cept that the decimals might have been extend^ further. W. should regret, exceedingly, if there were not many boys tn our school of 99 pupils, who could easily solve so plain a proposition as the above. We are obliged to "Stu- dent " for his compliment, and would be glad to hear from him again. E. H. Dean, S. H. Morton, M.J. Wilson, John Dean, L. W. Broocks, Students Masonic Mile School. San Ausrnstine, Sept, 28, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 October 1858

WmmSm?. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Wm. W. WALLACE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offers his 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 Sopreme Conrt in their ses- sions at Tyler. • * San Augustine July 1857. 16 " *> Payne & Williams, AfTORN£TS AND COUNSELLORS Jk.t JLjcL-W7 San Augustine Texas. \t/ ILL practice in the Coarts of >6th Judicial Tt District of Texas. k Ten per cent for collections. Appearance in District Court not lees than Ten Dollars. ' * ■>. In Inferior Courts, Fito^)ollars. - Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not lees than FiTe Dollars. % fgt' No serrices rendered unless the fee •seared. * "noly Bsc " Hlcliard F. Slaugliter, Attorney at Law, Will practice In the Courts of the 5th Judicial District, and aot as UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER, Fot the Western District of Texas 8-y S.W.Blount, • v. J US TICE OF" THE PEACEj NOTARY PUBLIC; QFFICE—In" tboCourt House, San Augustine. ^arWUl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 October 1858

•aw**** :V) _ £fi$8m5 Mp:it IN D E P E N Geo. W. Ktof, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, S rarson The Resurrect J"l . THE EASTERN TEXIAN, Me Montezuma sis., AUG US T IN £, TEXAS ColumWa oept to responsible agents,) unless the mosey accompanies the order. . ?,:• j-.., ' JSTMA5T E aS. TSroagbont the State, ' 5;tM Aceots fer Ifee Tiearia Official Position—To Yoaug Men, ,> TttlMS OF *HE TEXIAN S(k#t>s Coft—For oae yeareffifty-two nutn bew, fin adrance,) -...$2.50 Fit* Copim, r-do 0 00 SqiOli C§rr—i?not in advance..........3 00 do After six mantis... ^ OOt -r;— - lr ,r * i Mop&ptT8 will be not ost of ths County, i^^ substtincc ot Mr. Mfti c\ s obsei va- An article from the pen of the late Wm L. Marcy, one of the best balanc- ed, as well as most successful politicians of the. United States, published under the authority of Mr. G. W> Newell; one of his executors, affords invaluable advice and instruction to the youth of the country, who would do well to pon- der upon its import. The follow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 October 1858

s.vrutib kY^ioWftisQ^.. -fvoctob^r *■ " v "■ •■■ r the Terian.'; _ * - * ^ The foljowiiif^ gentle'rpen are amhof- '•^£d to Betas Agents (oi'^e -Texian ; re- vp and receipt for subscriptioi|$, adPver- j<%work/etr;. : btisin „ ■* Stelhyville,4" TexaP V. G. Mc Daniel. ) ..... " • _s ^ -McCL^KiY - j Co. Butkvilfc, Neicton county. „ ^-.31®®*' 'Natchitoches. La, L, Jasper Co. We have riot yet told of the splendid steamer'Matagorda, (in place of the Calhoun,) which touches "sis times a i$a§|h at the Pass; carrying the U. S. mallaT&tweeh that point, New Orleans iric^Galveston, and which is* soon to be changed to t^ioe -per week; ^ We have said nothing ^ tliejarge export- ing busm^ carried^i in^attie, lum- ber and Singles, ana* whiclfjl daily increasing—four slearn raiUj3 at. Or- ~rw._ ^ * **■ ange, jone at the Pass and many others Opening to the Sbafch. :'%k From a highly intfireating .Jetter from an intelligent correspondent of the New Orleans Crescent, relatives, to the thriving St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 October 1858

fisste-i Mm: mm* met i beart determined never to com- mit it m<*e * Upon that altar only could 1 offia- «p my wrongs.—Sterne. eW ■■«< " — '* t'LATtBRT.—Delicions essence! how re- freshing art thou to nature! how strongly *re ajliwpowers and all its weaknesses on thy side ! how sweetly dost (bou mix with ^He Wood, and belp it through the most diffiouUand tortuous passages to the heart. - [S/ernc. V--s —■■ * /*" * vAcute Yankee iu Kansas sella liquor iu * gunbarrel instead of 4 glass that lie may avoid (he law; and make it appear beyond dispute, that he is seltiyg liquor by the bar rel. . THE MARKETS* NeW Advertisements. The N. 0. Crescent of October 4, says there was been a good demand for cotton daring the revious week. Prices closed at an advance of fe 4<j. over our previous quotations. Inferior........6 @74 I Middling....121©12| Ordinary...... 8|@10 Good Middrgl2f @12| GoodOr'nary 10|@11 | Middl'gFair..l2i©13 Low Middling. 11|@12 | Fair nominal. [carefully corrected evert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 October 1858

/ % )FEMojyMCM&S; ■MM * i Augustine, Jf and in the - ' lions at Tyler. San Augustine July 1807. Wi I Sabine, ABgel strict Court ofthe Court In their ees 16 .1^-- v & Williams, j ATTORNEY* AND COUNSELL*ORS J*Lt ijarw-, --'%!§*• ■''t""'71 : "" "San Augustine Texas ' 1X7"Practice in the Courts of 5th Judicial IT Distnct of Texas. ' ~ collections. istrict Court not. less than Fire Dollars; Mortgage, etc., not less than No serviees rendered unless the fee noly Kitbftfd F. Slaughter, ■At^riwjy at Law, ./arai practice Oonrt^ofJtfae 5th Judicial ■sr* District, and act aa^^— STATES? COMMISSIONER, Fo* lie Western District of Texas. 3-y W.Bloiuit, KP THE NOTAftviKJHEIC, OFFICE—In the Court House, San Augustine. ' depositions and transact every ' Notarial business. no23-ly >*"*•?• D. MCMAHON, Jasper, Texas. ' _ - Milam. Texas. ^vBBCKB * WMAHON, iLt4S>i?ney> at Law. ►mwffl practice thetirprofession in" the couaty of Sabine,and will also the several counties Of the 5th Judi- ttt,...

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

mss~ i&SvSfS E&ltor and SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16., 1858. taws* ■mmgmm fc fan.,ted every Saturday oT tiu office, comer of Vot&hbia and Montezuma sts., .iiouBJi n.j, Texas. _ .. OF THE f£xr\N. Si«t L* CorT-Fi>r oae v^r of fifty-two nuin- *(ia *dv* a ,) • . $2 60 Firs CofiRs, do'- ®'w SuiOls Co«t —1 aot la d*aace,........-3^ do After pis moHtht. .... ■ .4 00 Ho papers will bft eeat out ©f-tffe (&unt y, (ex- cept respoDfibls agents,) unlcM the money aoeampADies tbo order. pfF? >STM.i^TKa8, jJThronghoRt the Plate, #r reqa«st«4 c6 set m Agents for jhe Trxian £ -"r. f rtryiif ^ r jk~*X X tTTfJs Q.. <w bet*, *r t $u&. >at> tSoUifj each subsequent ini ' gfiV r-i .* fA2®s s£Hf i&fxsr*, f.6t ntaeaa.. , §i0 00f3851, the garrison of fc&ariilr «o-iuot1ca m*t#' for «d*miff«ras&t8 of-~' -t jrv-^ter iengiS, aa<i fco ptrf.as adtertiniug by ^ao Y**r if a^fvrierljw ' of CAS' roiTKs —For State or District •u&hi*! ton dollars For Cou...

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

UfettBRSi* EASTER^ TEXIM. B&TURDiT MOBKINO...... .OCTOBER 19 Agents for the Texiaa. The following gentlemfen are author- ised to act as Agents for the Texiau; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisement#; job Work, etc. : W*. Hewitt, sen , Shelby ville, Texas• D. WcMaimn, Burkville, Newton county. Bivff. ^ Jwx W. Taber, Natchitoches. La. JT. L. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of Sun Augustine, is our General Agent ? : , V for Eastern Texas. i Mall Arrangements. 'Arrivals and Departures. tjynetyurg—by TaTkiosston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, and back onoe a week: Lmtcs Lynch burg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; leaves San ** . Angustiae every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at LyMibnrg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall— from S&a £.agudtine, 92 mile?, and back, tirice a week Leave San Augustine Monday and Thursday, ! p~. m. arrives at ItAralucll Wednesday *nd Saturday, 8 p Leave Marshall every Thursday and Sun- day, 5 a, m., arr...

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

m. ir-re-a ■ WPff mam* warn cer ana_ 061. ^I^ORltsaoetfi' Oratory plan of the net* fil- *vement is understood to jje/lranewhat as follows: General Wjtlkcr will remain at Panama until the arrival of the Steamship Herman, wt& a number of filibusters, said to hav« been taken out by her. The Her- unta, as % if ell known, earri&l out a itity of provisions, including, ame-heavy botes. UJs re- Walker will not go |o Ni- drcect, by way of San Juan by Realjo, as his disembar- tNbW be - impeded by the British «r French men-of-war; but be is to land at a small port about fif- teennule* eeutb of ftealjo, from which a passable cart road leads to Leon. Cork Starch, which is used exten- sively jas a delicacy for the ta%le, seems dealing to be the staple article of com- merce. The Glen Gove Starch Com- pany, fofng Island, have an. estahligh- 0«8 *aiW% !S s ^ ' -> *. . MBTK %KE1TH, on, Receiving and Forwarding Merchants, AUGUSTA— Sabine Past, IV-y Twm. ALEXANDER & CO., COMMISSION AND F...

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

J atmBnafetaonMiiiin ■fROFESMOXALCARDS. wnt#,, WALLACE. ATTORNEY AT LAW wkrs his services to the public in the Court United States, and Supreme Court intheir sea an Augustine July 1857^ ;e & Williams, ,N £ YS AND C0UNSELLO&S AX XJ3L^KTr ^ San Augnslinc Texas. _ practice iu ihe t'ouru ul 6ib Judicial .. District of t xh3. 'JPen per cent for collectiofc'8. Appearance iu.District Court tot less than To* DolUrs., \ It) Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not le.B than PH^jiiare. flf- No servioes rendered unices the fee •iw**" ik ■& 'r., "*" i* noly. Riehard F. Slaughter, Attorney at Law, ^J^ jiraetice in the Courts of the 5th Judicial District, and act as UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER, Forthe Western District of Texas. 8-y * S. W. Blount, ' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTARY PUBLIC, jv^FK&ipJn the Court House. San Augustine "Uaka depositions and transact evory business-. no2S-ly V. o. hicks........ JiSpirr.Texas. J HICKS & . . .V. .3. D. mcmahon, a! "*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 October 1858

mmmm Editor an* FubUslicr . <-/r' INDE SJlN AMJSTINE, TEilS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1858, ass*1 |j THB EA tegp&Xtked every Saturday at Columbia sr'l I Sij . T 1 X 18. Several moments of awful I suspense to those fibo$sid ifti ii more , At tTie stujposed ead of what, hasjawful to him below, ensued. To them jalways been considered the longest,and him a fataland Wu&of the Mammoth Cye, in^jsecmeu 0f wate- ?ggj£.. ML wr 'f tUt TEXIAJC. am jw fifty-two *mn- ^-tsso I Cori—If*6t itt d*a*c«... i.. . .,-3 00 4* Afttr si* swaths #4 00 JWPJSTM ASTERS, Ttiroaglwut tb« P l^tllinr- «4f U fotike Trxfew. I rn *. L#„* #"♦*'. _ erisss, SritiMer- ««& eetoeqeeat iosertioa, 4^- _^*S- ^ r«M «i*are, p« •. - fio 00 :>a Btftdt for advertisements of >, *ad 4o p«rso s niwtisiaf by rjijHr •r'amrttrlf. ff<me*s •* Cx* t AT* -For State or District for la •dr*n«e. ittry dteaription, will and Mjwiiitisuslj exeewttd *f 5USDAT MOSNING.. tsc; . OCTOBER 20. i We find in the Waco Democrat the Jbllo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 October 1858

■ -ir- EASTERN*TE SATURDAY MORNING,.., "' Agents for the Texian- The fiollovv iqg geutjemen are anthor- 'ifced^o act as Agents'for fhe Texlan; re- ettva arfsTjeeiiptfor sub&sipiions, adver- tisements, jobwork, etc. : ,,Wm. Shethyville, Texas:. ''tSiCMr i MMm- SMneCo. "'Wrf" I ~ 1 "I J|Wp'>"'"**1"'rM'll"*!!* II ijTll" 1>. McMAnoN, Burkville, Newton county. S. Weiss^'Wei*!? Blvff. JeiiN w. Taber, Natchitoches, La. ' JHy^HjOtLANR, Jasper, jasp&r Co. : : JOHN MONTGOMER Y, : Of Su)l A&g ustinel is our- General A-gent jv/j • ; ; fqr Eastern Texas. . - -S3 W 'AmEQ|emen(s. "... 1 i v a I s >a nd D dp a r tur e s. . ragaton,- 175_inHes, - tfcSan Augustine, he Public^pri^iNG.^our opiivfiijl. Marshall.—The Republican thi requeSftly been. «feUod jS ^ the just- there is a reasonably prospect"!5' ceitfpromise between '^the content ji|of th«tv<?harge made by 3u3g<; Paschal pamphlet, to the effect! h&t overchrir- ]*hcific railroad companies.' Dr. Fo$ jP^n ifri the par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 October 1858

GAFtffcT FOR; CORRECT WEIGHT, >-{**«•am*$**&•*. Railroad Company. Mejetfant <nd rta&aflWrtrffvng ,ertablish- nent throughout^, country. I he rej>«tatipo which these wale* Sat© Acquired has'been ■pi wfir®! growth from t he com- ^ mencemftn t ttf thB pwsciit timc *" Hnd is bated upon the princi- ple adopted by us, and never tea from, ofallowin g none fbbflirt weighing xx- ;^^<B3 to go forth onr eBtab- f Hsbment. ^ t *■ We have more than onehun- bred different modifications of ihese Scales, adebied to the 5 ♦anteof ' every d^artment of business where a durable Male a Ifc required. iftV% 1 and examine or send for a illustrated circular. FAIRBANKS Sf Co. i~. 189 Broadway 0 25 4m. . ^jjrt "W. 'J* -New Xepk'. TSriLLE A CrfAXifttlLLE , mM ' - ttts- om- "fe&Tv'ooe, Ajgeui. I Oalveston, iTH, OIEL„ *^||8ggtots, AUGUSTA—SaJme Fas*, ' ■ IY-y , Texas. ALEXANDER & CO., COMMISSION AND Forwarding Merchants, Sabine Pass^ Texas: ' "^^.Orders from the country afe solicited, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 October 1858

Iv, PROFESSIONAL CARUS. £®-S. IEJ TV £3. P* 0I▼At Wfca=3jp&«ggi IsiE? rW Loagtosaed by advene winds upon the ooeaa i#Mnu birdling to it* nest once more, ■ To feat at night from day's o'er wearying mo- &- #!*;*- ■' '* •' li hies an angel home to parages* " Bio tears for mortal pun awhile to smother Amid the rapture of his native shies; ,fe turns my wearj heart to thee my mother I O! gently take it to that sheltering breast . Which pillowed soft my infancy in slumber- Sweeter the memory grows of that sweet rest, the more my shortening years inorease in number. Che head grows eold, the heart, forever young, (Singe to its early love as to no other; fro youthful passion ever yet was tiuag * like that my manhood bears to thee, my mother ? Uy heart, a lone ship—Childhood's harbor clear* ed* . ,t By varying winds, is urged forevdr forward; Whichever way the vessel may be steered, Its tore, the compass, points forever nor>ward, Where thou, its pel* iter, from thy Northern Bane, Bm...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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