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

PENPEN WvKJtosr, * :' ■ / • 91 '£ 'J. .WIJL'U-.!1! * EASTERN TEXIAN, if published every Saturday. ■ at' the T' v/fice, corner of Cofa'mlna • .and Monte 4il A U 0 D 6 t A8. aft 'i'TpS?i&MvV•; SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1858. : ■ .-■■ ■■'■*]•■• ' ' iggBgaB 1 ■ " -—■* Editor and Pppshcr. m 2* ESSCS?**^ *£8* t<T5, i j:: # ■ ""*1R1W OF TH* TpXHN. Xisaut Co**f-For one year of ifty-two nnra ;.br«; jui idranc*,) ..$2 50 ft*t CoPiKf da?* -• ...... & < 0 3 0< ? ret- ** b*r ; xi adranca,) * CgtlXZf da|s - .... * *!& lr co tj, (**- :eag«Btt$) owp itm money |haiii*pSr,= t?present court R v r^.tTBTH mm "8 tiawr- insertion, v ops ta adJwpnhleftt^M^e their ap-jest and only way of se&Iing 'til the pearanc?,; tp-wit * difficulties connected with the subject. John }. -Qaan^ Hiram Duvis, Jno. ML. Various decisions of the supreme Stovail, Jerry S'a,*s>f^'^^iconrt Were referred to on both sides, together with the returns, and state .... ,, uubn oath that the r...

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

m ri m r "v- - « EASTERN TEXI1N. BATURDAY MORNING .OCTOBER 30 Agents for thebesian. J ' The following .gentlemen are author- ised to act as Agents for the Texlan; re- eeive-and receipt for unbscriptions, *dverj: tisements^job work, etc,.: t Hewitt, sen > Shclhyvilte, Texa$ ^ MccIo^ky^' J Milhm; Sabine Co: P. AJcMawSs, Burkville, Newton county. Weux\n£tuff. i..r Jens W. Taber, Natchitpches^ ILa. J. L. .|loti.Al«ia, JiUper, Jdsper Qo. . . JOHN MO'NTGOMEI?Y, ^ Cy &ait'/Augustine, is our General -Agent' 'V! -7uui' for Eastern Texas. H Iiidict&ients. ■& Cottcn. , * . We notie#. a - continued tod steady decline in]pe great' staple, slow buti;,, Cocic" ife.| Thesis noting rentable ii| k, . / #is.|S While the «i>ik of tlife crop :'6jg^°llt a^in pushed forward so rapidly. be pl.0/cn t0 havc with cards, at any plact •op , audi planters are ordering: factors to " sell/71 Under the late amen&notifs IP it it? infill e ihctimbqjt •tes to find bills of |l* jtf&tmeut again...

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

•#r IM W sdsm the markets. i&M&t - - - £*' - " "- K. I . EKI7H WQ*¥VKT~ MeGAFFEY & KEITH, - - - - _. , ._ J 1 il.JX^flOMAS. fefe. i£SS Tirwr-i W. IL CROUCH of tod John ministrators of the estate of Jamee B< *°unty £$ ga* ,._™_ their petition in my office prayiojr to bo discharged from Bawl administration, «nd having fled their account for fibal settlement a«d praying tkftt the seme ma> be allowed them. uAttat they he discharged as atorttaid: These ere therefore to notify all persons inte- rested ia said eetata to bo and appear at the ««xt regular tern of the Hoe. Coanty Court, to t* beldau atihe Court . Baa Aagftttlna, ea the last Monday in Novera ber.a D,I85%iJwa and thereto file their er- ♦eftiona t« ikid aeeoaat, If any they have. WrrxxsS: Francis H. Dixon, Clerk of the County Court within hud for the county of Sen Angus- tine, and stats of Teles. TIIOMAS & CROUCH, wholesale and retail dealers in IV-y rarding merchants, AUGUSTA— Sabine Pairs, Texas. ALEXANDE...

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

ESSsw ■ Nkh H®1 f . R , WaterUause &. Son, * DKALUWIS * DRY GOODS mp~ e&OCERIES, South-East corner of the Square, ] , Ban Augustine, Texas made large additions to their old of tiu | i the best articles of MERCHANDISE.- ire carefully selected ly hp-expe- 4, and our assortment isn^ complete wants Qf. the cotnuiunity demand. We call particular attention to our ele- I'd varied assortment of '<, , IARJES* GOODS. itest style and best quality > Bareges Mbs- jtaccas Bombazines* Trimmings of evers _ |dn, Parosols, Bonnets. Calicos, cf rich prints and fust colors. ,TI READY MADE CLOTHING,. -• For. L acties, Gentlemen and Children—every variety of material and price BLA^^AjlON SUPPLIES/ x For white and blaok. Planters' Hats, Boots, ind general outfits. J?eoro Clothing-Kerseys, Iowela, plain and " * twilled, Heavy Hats, Brogans. pAJonso Utensils—Plows, Hoes, Axes, and toClfl df 411 kinds. n* <. ••-.« • Household Goods—Castings, Crockery and Chi- na Wares, stone ware, Bucket, Pa...

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

Eoitoi* a E N J> E im SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER £,1858. THE EAST&RN TEXIAN. /A« «?tvr^ Saturday ' ni corner of Columbia and Montezuma sis., AUGUST I N JB , T K X AS. TE9H3OF THE TBXIAK. ^i^l^lfcfepupr—for one year of fifty-two Tram- {ia adv&ace,}.. ...... ' j> • • •' *$2 50 iss, do ........;.y.....; G 06 i?Y —If aot in advance.,.p. ..0£ Hampers will bA seat oat of the County, (ex- :^garesponsible agente,) ualwathemoney V «§bd|>a«ie3 tfce order. 'Throagfeont fcbft Ptate, ' to act as Agents for the Texian > J g or iDTS R T IS I SO f*k«—Of ten lines or less, first iriser- ^fea^one dollar, each saUequea* iwsrtioa, Koae square, per annum,....§10 00 ' i%lons icnade for *te*rti*eta*n%s a* [From Brownlows' Whig. Tbe Slavery Debate. Parson Brownlow writes a charac- teristic letter to his paper, the Knox- ville (Tenn.) Whig, concerning the de- bate between himself and Pryne, the abolitionist. Hear him: Philadelphia, Sept. 13. The debate between Mr. Pryne and...

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

■ ~ vail J | 1 SKfo. ' £3tf v-"s: ,j--:--"':W ^3^ T/t** EASTERN saturday horning..,.* * The fol Ic^wjng,. ge^tleirien'.are" author Ixedtdfiet a* Agent* fbr llw •S^DLta^ receipt for subscriptions* adver- «5-^ents,}dbp9tk^aei ^ ^ 7 -, - Shelby viile, - Tezar BrnSS^^mifsm w. taber, naichito&et, ~~-la«_ x I. I* Hott*N&, dfutper^. Jasper. .Co. - , JOP MONTGOMEB^S • 4 Of San AUgustinc, ixourG&terat Agent sjgj ., ■•>■ £astern"Jf'eitrx :J-i^^i V?~..r , •«• :C ^ rfivtfils and] D epa^Tkri^sl \ ' • v... t. •- -.- •:? v. „ iogstov, 17$ miles, and back onoe a week: HltegPilsS^ AugmjmHmlty Mtoday ,Oa. m* ^1 1 Wwk s Sls^AsfW&c 52!2Sit£25?l^^fr ^wimut ^JSfiy.Thdwd^flgi" arrives atSas Asgpstitie, _. _ JUanon-^k :'«fr^«*->a *| mm*** fTetUrn Mail—Arrives Wedaesdaj *' ^ iiifrSttMiBS"*""*""'""" Mtutern Mmil—i <9t, ">■-. fiawhtf ;;.s. -ar *• bn«, Citation , Igl'.fci>ij' Wktflk awVor sale at the 'naval awiiaireof __w__ r ftnrma, aadtliif iSIBtljUU, 86. Orders by mail will be...

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

mm, .fi, says there m a tm. • • • Low MMdiiBf.! _ ..HH '• • «■* . :-. ; - ; [cabitollt coaancrxp mn ww,] . sm '•••"■ IJ ' rV JMSI* ' McGAFFEY ePatt, v ? ^ |5 " - 10i S3? - -V ■ ALEXANDER & €0., commission and:. Foiwaxding Metchants, Sabine Pass, Texas. ^Pf-qrjm from 41m country, are solicited, nd we hop# by prompt attention to our custom •r's interests, to men} an extension of their FAIRBANKS' r . wiiii tr^ Bur CiMi Per Domestic IP Brow* Dwiwi. Calico Prints jP/«kt t-,- ?*■ s^for— sg&^-.V Battel ; ';?V2f .1 !T 1| &§! '&£r fe gMW - 4 -76- ftfio; ROBERT F. GREEN, COMMISSION AN& FORWARDING 3iwi©rclxa>aat, And Dealer in R A L ^E R C HAN DISE, ACGCgTA, BABOnEPABfr1 Texas. ' . ' W Refers / —M. D. CooraMr Co.,NewQrlean*. ,a McMahon $ Oilbkrt, Galveston. - 12 28-y • " - '*iP BAOOK—Canweaed 1 « Side* * Cfeoftm* i Sal*-Ftecaofcai Skins—-, -T -srtT _g - — DM, . . . "xMWH. Tobaoco-H ' f ' ' finiv Vv - aM A List oi O.fiea. at Saa Quartet .«? Whaie^5—. OamblinrJte rci?*3 Jo...

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

~9l • v- v Pastes?" if mSBMm HdETSYIELE & -OHANEYVILLE Mt*?.au Ma Una'J *ss V ^aSSfe. M ii-Mail Dm of Coaches, fromHunts- vUf Ohaneyville, La.,'is nojr in com- h^the m^st direct route from Wei tern- c>ts to the mouth of Red ftivfer. shortening the dii?|inl rowyr one hundred miles from Hontsville to that poiut, connecting at- Cbaneyville with a daily line to the mouth of hed River, 60 miles, attd at Hunteville with all the western ines. Tbisiline passes through a healthy country, well wilfc jh§ necessaries erf life lor both man and beast. * * TherschK<|a?e time through, ia 72 hours, and tjhe proprietors hope to be anle to ran the lice so as to give tour or five hoars rest to travellers at Woo^sUkv 86 mjles from' Huntsville.and the tame rest at Burr's Ferry on the Sabine, 90 miles ftprfThaneflyaift, *.<* i The length of this line is 230.miles, with the tuual rate of tea cents per ipilefare. The line is wellstocked, baying tbe best team? in 4b e State, and is driven by ihe...

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

■y aiprlsk yftfif'jji Geo. W. King:, TUB EASTERN tfe^IAN, U published ever# Saturday at office, comer of Caluvtbia and Montezuma sts., 8ai Acobstine, Tex ; « H | N D E PENDENT 1 N P O LIT ICS. SAN AUGUSTINE TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1858. . ... rmty Editor and Piibilalter* NO. 2& r;-rSfcj «: r.iHuJI AS TERM3 OF THE fEXUN. Sornt Corr - For one year of fifij-two hmb .. ; hers,: (in advance,). $2 60 FivbComw. do . * fO ... cept to responsible agents,) unless the money . aectvnrp&niee tbe order. >8rBIASTBK8, Throughout the Ftate, arc requested to set m AeectaJae ^* >j jvtfjl,.t s h o abts8tisixo Osk S^Oakk—1Of ten lines or lets, first inser- tion, one dollar, each subsequent insertion, fifty ee ts. ^ __ Cxbds -Ofone iqunre, per annum $10 00 Liberal deductions mnde for advertisements of greater length, and to persons advertising by fc ^t*y®*r or quarterly. ICotioics of OiXDiDiTbS—For State or District offices, ten dollars For Countjroffices five ■ss*- We #111 be compell...

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

A— -1 EASTERN1 TEXJA.N. sattjrfc v¥ morning, NOVBMB6E 13. Agsats for the Texian. ....Tile Meowing gentlemen are autlior- ke3 to act as Agents for ike Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : wi . Hewitt, sen, Shelhyville, Texas' d. McMah>n Buikville. ivtnwa* 8. Weiss, W>nw' b/itjf Jans W. Txbsk, liatckitorhes. La. f. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, <5/"Saw A«« ustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mail Arrangements. fi r'r i vu Is and Departures. Lynchburg —hy Ti'kingatoh's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 7} miles, nn<l back once a week : Lewes Lynfii^mng, Mood >y 6 a. m., aviires at Sm -tagnHine, Friday 6 p m: leases 8. n \ Angus ine every Mmdiy, 6 a. m.; arrives at Lyneh^nrg every Fiidiy, 6 n. tn. Marshall — fr >m*San Anjas'ine. 02 miles, snd back, twice a week : L~ e >S">n An jasiioe M adaymtd Tnursdsv. 1 p. m.. mi-ive? st li-*refcaH-W«KJneedi y and Saturday,8 p n .; Lea,w eweey TUurHsy and Sun 4 ...

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

J Arr*i — We learn by a itefflvn from Mount Vernon,, that a ft ag6 some boys in that vicinity V ifcf|$Wa house fa fcet •bine and, on arriving at the hruse, ihey.itked the children •• how all the folks Wehs.*' 'the chil^feh *rfpfied that they all-well except their mother—that sb* font-tees lying dead on the floor tor three days. The toys ran home and told Wh i they had heard. Hfld Sdrfie persons immediately went to tjie fi'dhse. urtid On making ltirch, found the dead body of the woman in a most horrible sta'e of mu- illation. The hips and thighs w?re burnt Co.*. e i«ler, and her hands were burnt a I moat off. sod all appearand svemed to indicate that the must nave been field on the Move by some person until she was burnt to death. 'Hie Sheriff arrested the husband on SQspieiou of having committed th* fiendi>h murU?r.—Ind. Inquirer. rr ^T - '^rrTTiv 3B5 T&E MARKETS. The N. 0. Cre-cent of November 2, ujs there whb been a good drmtod for cotton oaring the prrTiom week. Prices clo...

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

*mSm - Mail-Coach Lane. ,, Jhett S. MfcU Line of Coaches,, from Hunts- villa Texas, to Chansy ville, La., is no* in com- plete operation. Tbia is the nnsfc direct route from Western Texas to the month of Red River, shortening the dUtanee over one hundred miles from Hunts ille to that point, connecting at Chanej villa with a daily line to-the mouth ot Bed River, 60 milqs, and at Hunteville with all 4he western lines. This line passes through a healthy country, well supplied with the necessaries of life for both flfcrf and beast. tte schedule time, through is 72 hours, and the proprietors hope to "be able to run the .line so as to give foot or five hours rest to travellers at Woodville, 85 miles from Huntsvilie; and the MM rest at Burr's Ferry on'the Ribiae, 90 miles from Ghaney ville. The ltngth of this line is 280 miles, with the usual rate of ten cents per mile fare. * The line is well stocked, having the best teams In the State, and is driven by the best and most experienet d :men...

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

1: ' *" *fer Geo.- W. King, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Editor and Publisher. II. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1858. NO.#. s the TJE&E EASTERN TEXIAN, h published every Saturday at office, corner of Columbia - and, Montezuma sis., Six luausTiNE, Texas. *fcj JL . ' K f OF THE TEXUN SntLi Copt For one ,y« r of fifty-two num b«rm- (in advance,).. -V®? 50 tit*Co?ran. do _ £ SliiOLfe Out* —If not in advance . 0" «J# Af'er six months .....4 00 Kt papent; will '>« sent %ut of the County, (ex- «*pt to retp taaible agents,) unless the mopey rtn.e dfli .n-piig^ggrp th e Texian B A. T 16 S OF ADVERTISING fxi IjgjMts—Of ten lines or lets, first inser- tion, oaa dollar, each subsequent insertion, * fifty ee ts. G«*ih* -Of one square, per annum,... .$10 00 Liberal Seductions made for advertisements of greater len^tn, and to persons advertising by • . theyear or quarterly. . Notices cp CandidaIics —For State or District •ffioei ten d lUars For CoantyoEoes five jem* W« will be c...

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

aaMM *4* EASTERNTEXIAN. BATURD>Y MORNING..... NOVEMBER 20 Gen. Walker Again. "We have before us a letter from Mr. Walker, to a friend in this neigh A New Basis.—More than a year ; Hunt, Jas. Norwood, A. Price. R.-,F. ago, we stated our belief that one of the Miller, assistants, for three months, principal objects of the leaders of the Beat No. 7.—B. F. Price Capt.. Jas. the emigrants there collecting, fiie company in this city is forming, and preparing to leave. Major Ellis is forming the company here, and his of: TiHniria Politics, Gov. Wise, of Virginia, having been re quested to address the people during the geudeiicy of thih ____ for the Texian- The folii^^^i^ndetneii ar*> author-j capable of taking tive hundred pas isted to art a# Aieutsfoftwhe Tex. eeive tisement* berhood, in which he announces that a j democratic organization in our State, Collins, 3. P. Harvey, EI. I ownsend, gce jg at tjie Merchants' Hotel, where in«r canvass in the State, dec vessel will leave Mobile...

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

1 4. The uks of coutaaaiej—In Austra- U the bortb is tb<&bot wind, sad the south the cool; the Westerly tbe most unhealthy and tbe east the most salubrious; it is ' KMtmer With the Australians when ii is W |i«er1 ere ; and tbe barometer i* conoid (rml to ri«e before bad weailiet and to tal before good ; the swans ar- black ami the tagles are white; the mole lays egits, and has a duck's bill; the kangaroo, an annual between ihe deer and ihe squirrels ha* fivr claws, three talons on its hind legs like a bird, aud yet it hops upon it tai\ There is a bird, HMtlliphaga, which lias a broom io its niouth instead of a tongue t a fi>h, one-half belonging k the gemu9 ran, au<l the other to th t of the sqitalus. The Cod is iound in the rivers, and the percl in the sea ; ihe valieys are cold and ihe mountain tops warms ; (he nettle is a lotty tree, aud ihe poplar a dwarfish shrub thij pear* are. ot wood, with ihe fcialks at the broad end ; the cherry grows with the atoue outside; t...

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

IS DARK." Professional Cards. >1 H. L GiUNSTKAD "18* soul is Sntrfe '—oh, l dy, sing, - And let fby geutle voice d.spel The gloomy thoughts that, rouud me fling Their shadows, like a dem<>n-8pell. For when the heart is wrong with pain. The mind with woes it dare not speak, Music, aloue, can spread again The flush of joy o'er manhood's cheek. ^%y soul is dark -"—I'll weep to-night, Though burning tears be shed in vain- Then touch thy harp with fingers l'ght, And sii g. me some sad, plaintive strain; Some song thai may recall he t>c n?s 'Mid which I d elt in brighter years. Ere Time bad reut the veil which screens Youth from life's triila and its cares. " My soui is dark "—,the time draws nigh When e'en thy presence I must flee; Oh! bid the notes peal wild and high, As wben the Storm King smites the sea While others seek to win a smile, And offer incense at ihy shrine, Thou'lt weep, that thou dids'i e'er beguile A Ijeart-which breaks but still is thine. TO MY BELOY5D. A we...

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

«3>;e« i I! • i /""'i , 'J-..J, -i-L IND EPEND E NT; IN POLITICS Editor and Publisher. m . J tub eastern TBXIAN, published every §4g^iM* the cilice, corner of Columbia ~nd Montezuma sts- HBtlS B, TSI AS. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27,1858. 30. J, * u a *r OF THB TE^f- S --.,£35 «t rftk.'cois«J. !«• , i sj ih* ifliatfc. ttril t9Mt« Ageatp U r tfc« Text an *T« or tat« Tiaiii^ As* Sos*a^~6f tee Kaw-**" leM' tt*a, ia? , # ohiaSi«<|M«t Mtftioa, eiSa-CHm J«r wSSSZiSSSS^i uSSr,^ *« d expedittwaly executed at th« r&w OiBoe Wjii^ tSDiY MOHNING-..,. WOVB^BBB 24. \ deba- 7*V On, Andrew Jackson, la bis Pare#«M 1 Address, o1i retiring from the Presidency, addressed the fol- lowing sound, truthful and patriotic sentiment to his countrymen. Truly the old hero " thought as a sage, though he felt as a man." Already the new divisions, which he predicted in case of a dissolution of the ITnion, are fore- shadowed. The slave - States which produce tobacco, wheat, corn and pork, a...

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

§ the IB iS SATUEDaY morning..... no — = , Agents for &e Tfexian. The following gentlemen are author- ~~iated to act as Agents for the Texiatcj. jre- foh su^cripuons, adver- wSBlHWfli, Job work, etc. i ' ~ W*. Hewitt, seShelby vdte, Texas- ^R^lcfcto^ET/1^' } Milam, Sabine Co. p.-mcmaijokl burlpill^ 7xtfwtpn mu^, O. Weiss, Weiss* Bluff* John W. Tabe'r, Natchitoches, %a. ^ Holland, Jasper, Jasper to. - john'mdntgomeb y, , ^ SrtH Augustine, is our (general Agent for Eastern Texas. mi ' ' 2SEL2 ' ^ , Hail Arrangements. . -■ A r r i pals and!•; D ep ar tures. * "bffHcMurg—by Tarkingston's Prairie, Lit- . ;• . iBpSten, 175 njlles, and back once a freek; ' Leates Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives *t San ^Augustine, Friday 6 p. m;leavesSan •* Asgostlne every Monday,'6 a. m., arrives at i.kjFBolibarg every Friday, 6 p. m. :t; ,i i Augustine, 92 miles, and t bacfc, twice a week: Leave San Augustine Monday and Thursday,! p. m., arrives at. -Mara&aU Wednesday and Saturday , 8 p nr.; &g...

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

ygua. sea .mmvl&mW&zl o.TTt.ona«T Za* MSt"5! "J.V L f rtr tj V. Greer, Mrs. Sa- " " I S<*L. CtiAfPP, of Sabine Town. ^feir&rakcC est}* j fedies H tekett* *way—4rausfer- • ?he'e..®be **|h K%~™ . afr r a-tinae. that she may jiqw \ add to, the beauty, digutty,; ahd S^®®' of ^soeletrfe our sister coanty of Sabme, * ' TFtiilst we can but regret loosing hei from ■ilLm****, *9 sftould neverijiele'sS res. ^ WtiVfieJ, since has Mured a- ooaeori gaHaut, and gay—* ge^leman of " -standing and integrity, every way worthy of her ciwrins. - We take pleas- V* tfte ito* jbongratulatmg our Sabine Town ll/4*ttds, on so valuable an acquisition to their society, ^ay health and happiness* attend our friends, as hand in hand they iq*eth«f jpurnr* through a long and^os • ftfe, an * when * tte * d wbiph quarks decTTning yea« is reached, -, may each scatter joys in ihe otlier s path- • ' way, smo^thus ihe yay' which tewftt© -The-N. O. Crescent,-ofrNov.SOrssys : The Cotton Market has Shown cons...

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

jlPPiSFff •"* r„ t* *"\. "'' r ^/•%?.; . '•^aypt^|i"^s-- .4«^.ifcSae: •"■**■ ■■"****™" Professional Cards. gj^gggggg - <*-*.—zxaun. ■ rtz jftflg- ite *''- \ s' -v;l&'" -V- ■ agp^Jj5 RE 'SSBSK ffi&l v'V^^" WM. W. WALLACE ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrPCMI +>ta services to the pnbiio in the Courts of au Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina isd Shelby, aud in tbe District uonrt vt the United Sums, and Supreme Court in their see * liatiU&fjdex.... «, ... - ~. ■. ,■'... _ San Augustine July 1857. Id , iKi H ill mm wm& Charlton Payne, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR jAjt Hjarw, San Augustine Texas. TfTlLL practice in the Court* of 5ih Judicial : T f District of Texas. Ten per cent for collections. Appearance in Distriet Court not less than Ten Dollars. In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc.* not less than Five Dollars. ptf No services rendered unless the fee i* secured. noly r HENRY C. WALLACE, Attorney at Law, Will practice - in- the Courts of the Fifth Judi- :,...

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