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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 4 December 1858

Geo. W, King, . *<- IS- VOL. II. INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1858. Editor 4ima Pnblistlier. > NO. 31. IT BE EASTERN TEXIA, shed every Saturday at & Highland Massacre. #r -A ner of /Columoia MINE, T?IX1S. „ SEXTO ffvvt if my tiro vance.) 3K|.. xBfi " ■ 'V*A jplep*p«rt will he eept to reapqasibli aecompanieStb Throug' Si't'W- Agents fo_ d v c r t1 .ea^wr less, "fcretifeter bseqaeot inaction H*IP *mSS!U&*gig f£-i&e¥iiaed*Tif$-bt ^r^sSaadrertistftg by Bordering^ clans, like neighboring nation^^ere never upon terms of he- y Ibj^piord ; vicinity produced I'^and^jpvalvy produced war ; for reasonrute Mac Donnells and the teiesb fcere never long without iCt of .-hostility or fetid/; firing driving herds, raising rents, and a^urfitenng each other clansmen, * -e nor.}. of Ak Thian, the leader of the Mac Kenzies had gained so much on the ob jeetof his pursuit, that he had ncaily overtaken him. The river which A Desperate Duel. ere lefts...

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

EASTERN TEXIAN. \Y MOUNING.... mR-4 m mgv ™ • The following gentlemen are author- ised to act as Agent* for the Texlau ; re- ceive and receipt for "subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. : VVm. FIcwitt, sen , Shelhyville,;Texas• Hv. G. McDxmel,-) «... „ ,. \rf B. McfWm y | Sa?"VCe- D. McMahw, Burkville, Newton county 8. VV eiss, Weiss' Bluff. , John W. Taber, Natchitoches, T>a. f L. Holland, Jasper, JasperCo.* JOHN MONTGOMKB X, tySan Augustiner, is our GenercU Agent ' _ far Eastern Texas. f Mail Arrangements. 4 jr r i v a Is and D ep a r t-ures. Lynchburg-~hy Tarkingston'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 .Augustine every Monday, 6 a. m., arrives at Eynchbnrg every Friday, 6 p. m. -Marshall —from San. Augustine, .92 miles,.and back, twice* a week : Leave Fan Augustine M mday and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall ev...

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

A A Conoregation Locked in.—Au amus- ing occurrence took place oil Sijntlay week in the West ley a ti Ctiapel at Nor wick, Is- land Of TJust. While the congregation were singing, a girl Vlio had come froni some distance was attempting to open the door hut in her efforts to gain an entrance she unintentionally turned the key which bad been left in the lock., and not being able to get in she went home ^gain. The service having erded, the congregation arose to depart; but this was more easily "said than done, as there was only one en- trance and the windows were all fixtures. They kept Ufimmerijjg at the doqj aud shouting for about an hour, hut m no^*pur- . the building" j^tands a good way imatvliabtiation. At last^hc descried a man^at a !£ he heard th^ uoise il, tie twrned and fjayiug been obtained rafter THE MARKETS. The N. O. Crescent, of Nov. 27, says : The Cotton Market has shown considera- bly more animation during the past, week, the supply being libejai, aud we are pleased to o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 4 December 1858

wt / V \ h. i ^{Publishedhrp In Memory of Qen.' John A. Quitman* bt kiss sa lib beedt. W« sometimes bnr from heaven a strain divine RoH grandly o'er the swelling waves of time, Wketa some great soul throws off its earthly chain, ^ ■ 9 ^ — And sings its triuoyjh in a tatrew^hlstrain. We aever feel so conscious of a birth Par, f*ip above the sorrows of this earth, As when there kneels before the great white throne, A seal whose love, has cheered and bleetour own. Bat this delight moat come in after years, When grief, grown patient, has no need of tears; Oar hearts tarn weak, though elsewhere strong - _and brave, When first we stand beside a lov'd one's grave. To Monmouth's halls there came a silent gaest, Without one throb of pity in his breast, Though loving hands were held to stay the blow, That still'd one heart, and fill'd the rest with woe. And y£t for those who watched that couch of tdeathv_ Hope has-a voice as sweet as summer's breath; Not heard perhaps, amid their first wild t...

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

m xtgf&r] x* ■ ■ CeSis?r-- ^aPS^PI Geo. W. King VOL. II. PENDENT P a^ i T ics. /*r , SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATUR DECEMBER 25, 1858. Editor 41 nd Publisher NGE 3: ■" I I -•— ¥ - 1 THE EASTERN TEXIAN, every Saturday at the corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., S & n A u on stinb, Texas. IS«M3 OE T^IE TEXHN. Sfxauc Copt-For one year of fifty-two mim bars, (in advanee~|p000 'SSiSS^ .........1 00 No papers will be sent out of tfee County, .(ex- cept to responsible agents,) unless the mo &y , a accompanies .be order, * T <^r P >HTM ASTBaS. Throughout the State, are requested to aot as Agents for the Tcxian ft IT S or ADT ERTI3-FN o Qsc Sqoark—Of ten lines or lets, first inser- j lion, one dollar , each subsequent insertion, fifty eo t8- aa .Ci t>8-Ofone square, per annum,....f 1U w 1 Li be 1**1 dednotioD8 made for advertisements-of . greater leagth, and to persons advertising by „*VU«tl^ wT 2' offices. ten dultars For Conntjoffices five par- We wHJ be*<wnpe11ed to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 December 1858

EASTERN TEXIAN. *$,}■ 5 84turday morning.#... december 25. Agents for the Texian- The following gentlemen are author- t®%ct&s Agent* for the Tex is u; re- ( cetve and receipt for subscriptions, adver-ito dissolve the Union, or at least to A^TEJJPEST^IN A Tea-pot^'-hA murmur is now arising from the hills of the " Key-stone State," so we are in- formed by our exchanges, demanding of the Federal Government an increas- ed duty on iron, coal, etc., and threat- ening, if their cries are not regarded, tisements, job work, etc. W*„ flew itt, sen , Shelby villc, Texas• D. McMahon, Buikville, Neicton county. 8. weiss, Weiss1 Bluff. John VV. Taber, T4b.tchitoche$, La. f t Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, ()f San Augustine, is our General Agent far Eastern Texas. ^ Mail Arrangements. Ar r i na Is and D ep a r tures. Lynchburg—hj T&rkingston's Prairie, Lir- ingatoo, 175 miles, and back once a week : ' * Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at San Augustine. Friday 6 p. m...

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

Hd# Coffee Gaub to be Used. It is somewhat singular to traeo the which arose the use of-the ilized country in the world, would seem hardly able to exist. At the time Columbus discovered America, it had never been known or used. grew iiL Arabia and appcr Ethiopia. The discovery of ite use as a beverage is abscribed to the superior of a mon- astery, in Arabia, who desirous of pre- venting the monks from sleeping at their nocturnal services, made them drink the infusion of coffee/ upon the report of some shcpherd^/wno ob- served that their flocks were roore lively after browsing on/the fruit of tliat plant. Its reputation spread thro the adjacent couptfies> an^ 'n about two hundred v*tfs it rcachcd Paris. A Biuffte plag^wouglit there in 1714, be- eam^-tfrtTpaFent stock of all the Ffench coSee plantations in the Wesfc Indies. The^itent of the constimption can now hardly be realized. The United States alone annually consume it at the flbst of its landing of 15 or. 16*uaillion8 of ' do...

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

tiD tt? JE\ ■-. 5 $*'4iorfteTexian. — TO IIATTIB.—Br A, B, M, *-. -- thee once, and only the* k 'by ^rlghjieyes e'er gaze into mine own; Bat that ofce glance, tho' brief and quickly ta'en, Wove'round my yenthful heart a gentle spell ' ; lt cisnot goon forget-, 'iwMtVniDg theo# Charlton Payne, r lntbo br?ghfc8pring-time, when May flow'rsj ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR * ^ i ^ AtLaw7 •, • Sail 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., n<t le s than Five Dollars. .#3** No services rendered unless the fee is secured. toly «3«££3e*w: M Joa. w Professional Cards. Wm W. WALLACE. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offebs his services tothe publioin the Courts of Sao Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelby, and in the District Court of the United States, and Supreme Court in their ses- sional Tyler. . ^ ... ,. . : ^ ... ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 January 1859

t2S£ Geo. W. Kin?, I " *§ ' Wm £ *4 Or" * ..- 4 gags* INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. AUGI™IE,TOAS^'SAHJB^ Editor and Publisher. NO. 35. THE EASTERN TEXiAN. published every Saturu ty. at office, corn.r' of Columbia and Montezuma sts., Sjlk Augustine, Tex & i) &T% tu A Feejan Execution. ;ei I# TEPM3 OP THE TEXI VN. inole Copt—For one year of fifty-two nu ber«fe-;(in advance,).#2 Five Copik3, do 0 c Sixolb Gopt-—If not in advance.. 8 do 4?ter aix tapL No papers willne seat outof tj e e«pt to responsible agsnts,^ accompanies the orders, JMT*P 'STMASTBH8, * are requested to act as rates OP 0.v* Square—Of te: m 'one sqtu liberal deductions [greater length, an Lthoyear or quarter YriCBS of Candidates foffices. ten dollars Ws will be compelled_to ^tiseiBeats, unless paidfor'W *dv -JOB WOHK, of every description, « ii Fneatly, cheaply, ana expeditiously Executed r t the Texian Office j rito folk : gO iourrr" i i | Albert S..jJ • 11 meg : l§ I He • -n, • - 3?te Loud on if 0 i in them W?-. ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 January 1859

T H E ° EASTERN TEXIAN. BATUftDvY MORNINK... JANUARY Agents for the Texian- The following' gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents. f°r '"he Tex«8u j re- ceive and receipt for subfCfiptions. adver- tisements, job work, etc.: "Wm. Hewitt, sen , jShelhyville. Texas' W. aMeDAMBL. j MUam/SabineCo. B. McClosket. 5 D. McMahon. Bu/kville. Newton county §. Weiss, Wefss' B/uff John W. Taber, Natchitoches. La. f L. Holla-nd, Jasper; Jkisper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Qf San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mail Arrangements. A rriv a Is'and Departures. — ' * Lynchburg—by T^'kingaton's Liv- ingston, 175 milee; an*! back* once a ,we«;k : * - Leaves Lynchburg. Monday 6 a. m., arrives •t San *togu*tine, Friday 6 p m; leaven 8 t« Augnsine every Monday, 6 a. m., anuses at Ljotb^org every Friday, 6 p. no. Marshall —from San Augustine, 92 miles, and b*ek, twice a wee% : Leave San Au netine Monday and Tnursday, 1 p. m,. arrives Marsha11 Wednesday «nd8wtnHay,8 p % Leave Marshall ew^'Ptt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 January 1859

Sp^?- Tribute of Respect. itIiiSSPl -,- j TV. M. and Wardens of Red- Lodge, No. 3, 4. F. and A. pons * - . juudersigued cc mm it tee, appointed THE MARKETS. The N O. Crescent, of Jati'y 1 s-iys the demand lor cotton was ptrtty :air tilt market closing as follows : Inferior........7 @3 , Middling... .11|©U| . . . , 1 ordinary.. 8 @'.0 i flood ;widdi'gll|@12g It . suitable resolutions respecting; Goo5 0«Wy 10£®n|| Mi*irgF*ir 12i©l2J ise of our lave lamented friend j Low Middling.!! @lli Fair uid brother, ELltiU WILLIAMS, beg Miscellaneous. Mercantile Cards. Traveller's Guide. School Advertisements. M ASOUNTI o ... nominal leave to submit the rot1 owing Whereas, We have heard with deep sor- row ot ihe death of our late friend and Brother, Elihu Williams, who departed! th's life, after a short illness, ou the 12tb of October last; And Whereas, It has been a custom among iYlusous fron time immemorial, to pay tome suitable tribute ot respect to the memory of a deceased Brother; therefore,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 January 1859

sue Traveller's Guide. Shreveport and New Orleans tRI-WEEKLV PACKET LINE. For Shreveport, Grand Bayou, Campte, , tGrand Score, St. Maurice, Mont- l gdmery's, DurandTs and Buxton's Landings, Calhoun s Mo. Cane River, Cotile. Alexandria, Norman's, Bar bin's and All Way Landings. . Composed .of the following splendid and swift passenger boats; which will leave New Orleans and Shreveport. alternately, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5 P. M- TUtlSMYS: GRAND DUKE, SAM'L APPLEGATE. Master. LUCY HOLCOMBE, W. D. BATEMAN, Master, THURSDAYS: : NATIONAL, P. C. MONTGOMERY, Master. WD AH TOURO, \ CHAS. W. EWING, Master. ■ M l. * SATURDAYS: S.L.HODGE, ^ f- •••>--- JOHN SMOKER, Master. LECOMPTE, CHENEY JOHNSON, Master, All of the above Splendid Passenger Packets Hill leaxe on their regular days, without fail, at the Kout* appointed. All business entrusted to their; care will be promptly and faithfully at- tended to State rooms can be secured on either of these boats, for any trip, by a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 January 1859

HP Geo. W. King, yOLIL THE EASTERN TEXIAN, published every Saturday at : office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., 9an Augustine, Tex the AS. W . „ term-? op the texun. ^reoLr eoi-r-For one year of fifty, two num r, i *rsv <in advance,)... <^2 fin FitmCorns,^ do - oon? S/xgi.k OoPf—If not ia advance f t - After aix months 4 00 o papers will be sent out of the County, (ex- cept to responsible agents,) unless the money accompanies the order, 'STMASTEHS, Throughout the 8tat*^ US l« •X iJfDEPENDEJf T 13V PO L gift AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, A Railroad to the Pacific. Editor aiid Publisher. NUAEY 29, 1859. NO, 37. Kentucky and Cuba. Ju? Vexi*$V parent - .«ir - a b y Fft t r s ^ 0*k S^aAKil—Of ten lines or lees, first inser- tion, one dollar £ each subsequent insertion fifty ce. ts. %*£ / -Ofone square, per annum $10 00 Liberal deductions made for advertisements of greater leagth, and to persons advertising b v the year or quarterly. Notioks or Caxbidatbs—For State or District...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 January 1859

THE TEXIAN. Public Spirit.—We have observed, with some pride and pleasure, the dis- position on the part of our citizens to * MURDER OF ffiE Reserve Ini>IASS.— excitement exists in Palo Pinto, Erath] .Weatherford and Parker coun- ti * it „! I'or Paraguay Trouble.— The AMERICAN Protection. It is lllGjWaglli ^t;,;correspondentof the Lou- pride and boast of our citizens to tank jigvillc P snocrat tells a good story at . Saturday morning JANUARY 29. rePa*r afld beautify those public build- ties, in-consequence of the recent mur the United States not only among the foremost, but as far in advance of all Agaats for the Texian- TRe following gentlemen are author- ized loBetas. Agent* for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, eto Reserve Indkns—three;the nations of the earth, for freedom the ex-. of the Paraguay expedi- tion a .. managers. He says : TIic r: sruay fleet lias been heard Considering the character of ings so essential to the prosper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 January 1859

An old negro, Crossing a river from & dancing frolic, lost his oars, and Came near being swamped. In terror, he down on his knees, and exclaimed: "Oh! massa Lor, if ebber gwine to help old Ira, now's de time!" Gold can gild a rotten stick, and * dirt sally an ingot New Advertisments. A Fair VTarninsr. ALL those iodebted to the undersigned mast come forward and pay op, or we will -be compelled to sue, and this will be unpleasant to GREER & TAYNE. January 29, 1859. 37:3t THE MARKETS. The N. O. Creseent, of Jan'y 1, says the demand for cotton was pretty fair the market closing as follows: Inferior 7 @8 j Middling... .11 jS(SVllS Ordinary 8 @10 | Good Middl'gll£(ai2a Good Or'narylOi@lO| j Mlddl'gFair..l24@12i Low Middling, ll @11 ^ f Fair nominal [carxfully corrected evert week.] School Advertisements. ^TN^rFSirsTi¥T ^ S O ISTI o 1111^ llOTlWSfca "V Vii'l'i''hi Traveller's Guide. HUNTSVILLE & CHANEYVILLE A WORD TO MY PATRONS. r4 passing through manufacturing Tillages we freq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 January 1859

Traveller's Guide. Shreveport and- New Orleans triweekly packet line. * -■ f I ? > *■"■* ' For Shreveport, Grand Bayou, Campte, Grand Score, St. Miurice, Mont- gomery's, Durand's and Buxton's Landings, Calhoun's Mo. Cane River, Cotile. Alexandriaft". Norman's, Burbiris audi All Way Landings. — — $ Composed of the following splendid,and swift | pomager boats* which will leave New Orleans and Shreveport, alternately, on Tuesday*, Thursdays, and Saturday, at 5 P. M- TUESDAYSs GRAND DUKE, SAM'L APPLEGATE Master. LUCY HO LOO MBE, W. D. BATE MAN, Master, THURSDAYS: NATIONAL, P. C. MONTGOMERY, Master. JUDAHTOURO, CHAS. W. Professional Card§. Wm.WTWALLACE 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 Supreme Court in their ses- sions at Tyler. 8an Augustine July 1857. 16 E$tl*i ID AYS: -Charlton Payne, attorney and counsellor Ajt Law, San Augustine Texas. WILL pra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 February 1859

e; ■■ n* ••" *. ,azb'.'J :>1; '*"> s-.-« '-a - ..v'/': y-'ii-H*M *-•'•-'p*.• • *:: 1:;. ; - J i: - %'aj Ixt- - s< * u ' - • —m ■ H t _ zl Geo. W. Kin?, sKjS-Tijicw i' INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Editor and Ptttollsll^r. _ __ __ _ ~^a SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1859. NO. 38. ; THE EASTERN TEXIAN, Ts published, every Saturday at the office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., 8 A N A U G U S T I N E, TEXAS. ■ i, =' TEKM3 OF THE TEXIAN. StVOLC Copt—Pot one year of fifty-two tram- bers, (In «dvanee.) $2 50 Five Copies, do .......*40 000 Slvulk Copt—If not In advance. 3 00 do After six month*:......... 4 00 No paper* will be sent out of vhe County, (ex- cept to responsible agents,) unless the money accompanies the order, ^^F )8TMAST8R8, Tfcroagbo ate requested to act as Agents for Ki'TE.I OF at the Btate, the Texian. iDTIXT. 18 I N O ent insertion, ■titty eei te. " Cakds -Of one square, per annum,....#10 00 Liberal deductions made for advertisements of • greater...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 February 1859

SvrtJRD&Y IIORNWO, ..>£6RVARY 6. Agents far the Tezi&n- The following gentlemen are author* heed to act as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wm. Hewitt, sen , Shelby ville, Texas WigJUBtMn. Sabine Co. McClo«ket, IcMaron. Burkville, Newton county Tstsei Wetss' Bluff. * - '■ •; . W. Tabeh, Natchitoches, La. J L. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, %JJSan Augustine, is our,General Agent for Eastern Texas. ^ Mail Arrangements. At rivals and Departures. Lynchbtfrg —hy . T*<Jtingaton's Prairie, LIt- ' htgstop* l?5 "miles, ami back once a week s Leaite Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. m., arrives at Sa^ AagortiDe, Friday 6. p m; leaves San Aogos- ine etery Monday, 6 a. in., arrives at . Lynchburg every fridiy, 8 p. m. ■Marshall —from San Augustine, 92 miles, ana > week : Leave San Augustine lay ****** Marshall Wednesday and Saturday taave Warshall every Thursday and Sun- day, 6 a. m., arrives at 8an Augustine, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 February 1859

asaa -"=*■** feBrr- m rife What us*- 1«\A! Comet? Among the fagtoriois specaTatioos of philoso- phers copcernttig what at preaen tseem to be the mysteries,of natorc, the quca- ttea of the trtility. of comets has ever held a conspicuous place. As every obe is aware they are composed of a light etherial sad himinous matter, concentrated in Ofte bright spot, form- ing the head, and gradually receding imtb a inisty or hiur-like appearance, spreading out as the luminosity decrca- p&, forming the tail. Their name is derived' from the Latin coma, hair. S. W> Fallom, well-known as the author tit some pleasant books, suggests a use t&t comets in his 44 Marvels of Science," traich is ingenious and worthy of per petnation. Descartes, Euler, and many oilers, believed that there is a subtle media pervading all space, which they called 44ether" and which forms the obean in which the planets and fixed stars swim. To this media the comets ^fct as scavengers, preventing any accu- mulation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 February 1859

A- Traveller/^! ShreYeport and New. oxteaus F<n Shrevepart, Grand Bayou, Campte, Grand Ecore, St. Miurice, Mont• g&hehfi, Durand's and Buxton's Landings, Caihouns Mo. Cane Rivert Cotile. Alexandria, Norman's. Harbin's and „ . «iA# Way Landings. Composed df thefMlowing splendid sad swift ■pcascngerhesAs, will leave Mew Orleans *&nd Shreveport, alternately, on ^Tussdaya, Thursday*, and Saturdays, at 4 P. M- * TUESDAYS? $ RAM DO KB, ; SAML AP£I*EGATE. Master. LUCY HOLCOMBEf ^ W. D. BATE MAN, Master, ■HBHHMHMBPMSaeai ; -Ca®4& ATTORNEY AT LAW. /Affebs his services to the public in the Courts .Vd United States, and Supreme Court in their, ses- sions at Tyler. : San Angustine July 18&7, _ 16 THURSDAYS s ~— JiATJQNAL, P. C. MONTGOMERY, Master. *.L SATURDAYS: ,JOW, ; ; JOHN SMOKER, Master. i€€OMPT£f . ' CHENEY JOHNSON, Master. vitt jwm on their regular days, without fail, at the hour appointed. All business entrusted to •Mir care win b? promptly and faithfully at- tended t...

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