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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 18 June 1859

- ~T IN D B PE ND £ NT IN POUT 1€ S. Editor and Publisher. VOL. III. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1859. NO. 4i me & * 5 |§ THE EASTERN TEXIAN, pubiuJied every Saturday at the *$Sce, corner of Columbia and Montezuma m i. 31 AddUST IN E, ' ^ **4? TSUM3 %iasat Cfewr *«§• . fki ..... _ *..v.io oo fiiwu.* Cor?r— If not in advaaee.... S 00 4a After six months 4 00 Ita pi^ire will.be SNit oat of the County, (ex- iaheaft—oa«y jaSr-PJSTM A8TBB8, * Tkroogbeat the State, **•* reqa«ied to ot *9 Agents for the Texian **T*« O* iBf *rt«i o. Os« Of tea Haea or leas, first laser- dollar, etch subsequent insertion, OF THE T OM JWT Platform. Resolved, Thift tfce American De- mocracy place their .trust in the Intelli- gence, the patriotism and the discrimi- nating justice df^fee American people. Resolved, Tiat fce regard this as a distinctive feature of our political .li'*. ~±}i ' State or District fit*. WIB!lI3li*T mtmtQ. JUM* m Some time ago a celebrated animal, more r?f>ted for fif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 18 June 1859

T II E ERN TE 8vru Dor HOfcNiira. george w. iowg, edito A2233uoxx3aoejD3.exD.ts- i ^«orii«J^d requested to an- ~ Bounce IleOTy C Wallace s a candidate for the * Bui— from the District. composed of the v I'rimtiraLnf S-thine, f- ewton, Jnsper and San s |. Au|uatine Election first Monday in August lat. nre Authnrz^d to Announce A. D , snn^idate for Floating Reprsen- Disvriot owmpused of the counties by and San Augustine. Richnnl Water bouse is a candidate m) to Repreeent San Augustine turtle next Legislature. £ < t -qmkydin&' v g*nta for the Texian. following gentlemen are auihor- ]{/yt«d toaetas Ageuts for the Texiau; re- live and receipt for subscriptions, adver- jSeP^eitls, job work, etc.: ^ IIewItt, sen , Shelbyville, Texas- tSSc ^key^' ! ^ "* l>*r%fcMAnoN, Iburkvitte, Ncicton county. f*$. Weiss, Weiss' jBlvff. John W. TABEfe, 1Vatcfrituckcs, La. Jasper Co. $u miYytotef* i^brirrGOMEP Y, * S(tn Aifgttsfine, is our General Agent •fH& ttsS s*ft for Eastern Texas; : t. V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 18 June 1859

SB& SOUTHERN CoNVEN- erip^|hc large number AH xmjni'Hti**"' •-^1^-*' geatleme^, of all political opinion, appointed Runnels to represent Texas in hern Convention at Yicksburg, and considering tie magnitude of the qtiestioos discussed and voted on by that body, Some cariosity Is naiurally felt, and inquiries are addressed to us, as to the names of the (tarties who ac- tually attended as representatives from this State, and the part taken by them in the important proceedings in which Texas is made to appear as a' party. We have the pleasure of Iteing able to aB^wer most of these inquiries, though "ire proceedings of the jconven- L> V % / tion have not yet reached - Oa motion of Mr. Adams, or Missis- sippi, a committee of two delegates from e&efc State was appointed to se- lect and report officers for the Conven- ■;/' t; *. Committee of two from Texas—D. M. Whalejr. ^ Tfoe eommittbe on credentials report- ed as duly accredited delegate from Texas—D. M. Whaley. Tile resolutio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 18 June 1859

^ ' mm ram**. & orotok. *.«.... > • ■ • •• -- THOMAS & CROUCH, -saeft wholesale and retail dealer? in ■imD- , v-X Professional Cards. W^r^TwALLAC^ ATTORNEY AT LAW. f\mxs Ms sendees to the public in the Courts U of Saa lugustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina and Shelb;, and in the Diatriof Court of the United StaW, and Supreme Court in their ses- sions at Tyler. • . San Augustine July 1857. 18 no little pie wore in returning oar i to our customers Ml fellas the pub- f, for the liberal patronage hereto- fore extended to ua, and beg leave to state to the oitiseBa of this oouaty, Shelby and Sabine, thai we have received, are now receiving from the EASTERN CI TIES, an elegant Mid complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, ready made clothing, etc. We cheerfully invite .all to come and inspect our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we can mad will Bell goods &s cheap as any merchant in Texas. Our stook is as large and varied as that of any ettitBshment in the place, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 June 1859

V*: *" , •. V - •v '• Us? ' ! J y .. fig ■ - J3i |tC*«Kr tv ;^vi% k ****!«.-& *■ t . & .*#. '4 I K-3 I- K 9-3 - i; -r tsf-T*#- 1- ••• •V. . V ^ -nT-i; Kdilor and PulMer. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY NE 25, 1859.' of 1798 prepared by Them- several states UiHted States of Amer- on the^principal df sston to t thatpby under the jurisdiction and protection of th^laws of the State wherein they ar£ jfthat^o poweV over them has been " tod tr the United .States, nor probibitctTto the individual States dis- tinct from their power over citizens; and it being -true, a3 a general princi- ple^ andonC:,.' the amendments to the ^onSjftuilon having also declared, that "the powers not delegated to the Uni# ed States ^ the: Constitution, nor pro- hibited; bfit to the States,irre reserved totth^Stfr.tes respectively, or- to the people,'* the act Of the Congress of the United States, passed on.the 22nd day pf June, 1798, entitled "An Act con- cerning Aliens," which assumes power over alien fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 June 1859

EASTERN* TEXIAINt (ufoaif^t morning.. jone18. Vii-r-.T- arrr~— — ' J" oomi w. king, xdeeqb. ! _, A i-ii non-n nftT>inntq. i «n «tkoriud ud requested to an* 0. W allure m candidate for the Alii tb* District eompwed of the Countiaa of &hMqo. Newton, J^{>er and San augathmi tlec'jod first Monday in August MfM. • 'if *i hcim«*l to anttounce A. D Flowing Reprs^n- ♦riot ootp pooed of the counties bj Atid 8a'n a agnatic*. ' * •' JfKkLlUckwd WaterbouM i« ft candidate (tor re-wiecttnn). v> R^prwent gin Augustine Oemrtjf ia the next Legislature. • Ag«&t« for the Xexian. . > blowing gentlemen are author- 1ia$ Agents for the Tex la u; re- i/receipt for subscriptions, advor- jotr *0rk, etc.'. sfc.v , Shelby vilte, Texas' kSII ** «•sMmCo- ' J>.; Butkcille, Ncicton county. 8. Weiss> Blvff. John W. Taws*, Natchitoches, La. F li. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. * iU . MONTGOiVtEF Y, %jf San Augustine, is our General Agent Texas. s-rm M r f ijV 4 Is anil iits. D ep a r tures. t,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 June 1859

agjmm Wt s Jumisa, tm. w . of the 18th iiif.ritiMKf 'lfae oeaa of the " The Con- ventions at Shelby ville. '' in which I rilvtelf somewhat misrepresented made to say that I am in of re-opening the African slave .1 regarded an Iiiedpen- as po better than an C In. wrth of w IficK ^atc- ow correspondent is sliglftly It- is trttelgave it as my t the act of Tongfess ,pro- ^^^Blajg-lradeand wrt*#'s4rc eo nsUt u tio 11- words, 4|>at it right ■grrr-i al—in otli attd povr- fX f TH1T USE OFDrllOSTETTER'S StomacU Bitters, tor Dys^iepsja, ^latu tencc, Heavines* of the Stornacli, or any other like affection, is second io none in Ameriba or abroad. To bo able to state confideutly that the "Bitters" are a certain care for dyspepsia and like diseases, is to the proprietors a' source of nnailpyed pleasure.. ~ Ii removes ail morbid matter from the stomach, purifies the blood im- parts renewed Vitality to the nervous sys. (era, giving it til at tone and energy so in. dispensable for the restoiatiou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 25 June 1859

- OPo^tte Tort B. . lis. Eorroa—A mother of mj acquaintance Made the children bush their fan, and I grew "*wr- «* - Mother, mother, dolet them play; See, you've spoiled their childish glee! 8ee how they slip in, ana by one, From romping on the grassy tee. : A SMtnent past their joyous sengs, ' Wereawwittng May-day's Vernal praise. But mothe^ooaM act stand the noise V' ■t And put a Stjp to all ihelr lays. 0, Mother, th:ek when ohi'dhood's j >ys, '"In gushing glttdnew swelled thy heart? Q_ think—then let tb« ohildren sing, • *r will memory's sweetest smile* impart. .>'11 >ell thee. Mother, time will come, ; When olouds will shadow all their mirth; When ohildhood's glee on hounding wing . Wdl fly, and leave them naught--bht earth. tfhea let them romp and " bawl" around, And ring of May, and—anything; Twill leave an island in tha waste, , i. .. In ehilly life a theerful spring. Mat 17,1869. Child's Friend. fo'wbiski. By a admirer uf the Beveridge—Ritren imejotlv alter takin a n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 July 1859

Si.%, HP^'v fc^l •*<*&, - •*>.?■. v / •■•*: ;\^. ft." ..:^ • i V.rliii *i? li- ■.'••. f * "ii p't ,*vs I T ^ ; *-• t j • t ' •" %: -p f •'-©Em.- *\,: t ■r5l§! - % Geo. W. Kliigr, THE EASTERN TEXIAN, Is published every Saturday "<tl corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., S as Augustine, Texas] ^ . TEFM3 OF the texun. Bhigvb Gopt - Pbr owe year of fifty-two nnmj Nsrs, (io advance,).>...... 02 Fit* Cepfssr, do ......... 10 StJMM.b Copt—If not in advance.... 3 d© Afrerelx months- ..4 ffo patters - will b« sent oatof the County, (es cept to responsible agents,) unless the monel accompanies tT>e order, f ■r jpihP >STllA3rBR8,a Throughout the Statd are rcq^e^ted to act as Agents for tbe Texiati bates or 1btsj t i sing. } Qxb SktfiATiB—Of tea lines or less, first inseij ... one dollar, each subaoqvifcBt insertion ; 6J*yee ts. Cabos-CWone sqniro, per annnm.... .#T0 Liber*! deductions made far adTertisedfcnts - greater length, and to persons advertising " the j>e * o*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 July 1859

'jft'i EASTERN TEXIAN. 8ATDEDAY MORNING. JULY 2. WSOEQE W. K1H9, fDlToi. .A Tino~U-3aoeTnn<ezits- 0*** ire authorised and requested to an- Boosee Henry G. Wallace as a candidate for the State Senate. Fronk ftife District composed of the C&ttnliM d«bine, fewton, Jasper and San eleeiioa £m Monday in August Jf'We are authorised to announce A. D. MoCutchan, as a candidate ft t Fldatlng Reprsen- tutift, from the District, composed of the counties «f Painle, Shelby and San Augustine. #rCoi Richard Waterhonae is a.eandidate (far rt-ttotloo) to Represent San Augustine Cooety Is the next Legislature. Agents for the Texian. The following -gentlemen are author- zed 'lo act as Agents for the Texlau; re- .ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc. :./ -Wm. Hcwitt, sen., Shetfiyville, Texas' : D. McMahon, But Hide, Newton county. 8. Weiss, HW SlvJ. , . . . John w. tabbr, natchuud^ffbs^ F. Lt Holland, Jasper, fasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our Ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 July 1859

5 i >r*? *■ • iViiiffm-iiilB j somethiug more ttian • name,'are deter* mined to exercise their Judgment in future as to which is the party of the constitution and td exercise tile prerogative of citizen ship independent of -'rontrol. The con* temptible efforts now being made to ho- neyfuggle them again with ; mouth words and silken banners, is too eleatly exposed by the German presses, ever to win again. K K Editor TuuH-wfi ha?e hacfeglo? rioos times tt Mr little Tillage since mjjr last letter. The examination of the popits of Proff.. Leonard's school came off last week, and closed on Tbarfefaj1,' tritii ".*&' Address by R. W. Cotton, Esq. The students bore an excellent examination, and everything pepsed off satisfactorily and in good tafte. The address of Mr. Cotton was inoeed a, learned, logical and appropri- ate orre—and it was received with en- thusiasm.At night; the young ladies pnpils of the school gave an excellent exhibition and acted well their respec- tive :pufar. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 2 July 1859

« * HH t j * 1 ^Prorn the Civilian. THE GX|D T£XIAN. bt mrs. t. h BfcVERlDGE. •*-" ; ' ---.Y ■ -•••.; ' ■ i v ■ Iq the pfairiea of the Wtat wild tod free. We hail take* up oar rest* happy three, . Who dwell contented all, • la our cabin lew and email— Mj Mary dear, our- gallant .boy, and me. • Then there'a oar faithful dog, honegt Tcay, Who watched Sy oar door night and day, • •- * Ho prowling foe could ham ' . Ere he gave the alarm, When I Was at the wars, far away. %^ j, if 'i*r* ' * And new ns, Veath the live oaks so green, Where the rustic vine-wreathed porch .ma; be seen,. _ Dwells a Texian hunter lose— , Who the king upon his throne Woold find the greater" mon&rch, I ween. Ho hath roamed the forest wild near and far, Counts aSny a hard won field by a scar; And the hofdes of Mexico, * ♦ By his trusty arm laid low, Sued.the hour they dared, the Texians to war ? Oh? He's a staling friend—kind and true, And givethnot the. old for the new ; How we grasp .hiajipncgt hand, When a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 July 1859

• •* - . • ■$? V'"* ;■:'}■ > : ;Tr^ "', *••• 1 -'•' I*-"-' *-• _'i : > ; .'• '■-" > .' ■■■•!.;; r,"' •:. -rw«n-r! - - ■ -.. -.:•. -0:c - ■•. i.jV • ' :v • u 1 •>"•. f J -V "V •a * Uoo. W. Kins, vol. m. Is E "- '. 'V LNDBPENDEaT 1 If POLITICS *~x —" i" ■*'T Editor and j , '> SM AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1859. KO. 7. EASTERN TEXIAX, published every Saturday at the oficc, cornrr of Columbia # and Montezutim ste., . a k it G [: s ; 5 k e, T e x as. •i riM*. OF TUB TEXI\N.. <jt.e Cv r :-t or on* year of fifty* £wo ,^>;*re, (ia *J*anoc TlVe Comks, -i .......... CtU*r — If n- . do Mitt si* months... « i [From the N. 0. Bulletin . A Model Reply-Independence of Party . Shackles. i if U f>« PtfQt %ut of the County, (ex-: tie acrent?,) nniess the money t^-ier. ; b:~ at the Pt*t«, insertion, Ko cept, ■ ■ aaoamp«< . JSB-P JSrUTdtS^S, Throw request** m 4lje**S .•4fHKs, -oa dull-tr , e->c-b ;v"^l *c . jE'fS^UiSVV rt'f-V f -..j -Ofone s ?Hxr^. pj annum,....$1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 July 1859

EASTERN TEXI AN. Gov. Runnels2 Clyeukr. Our sapieni;Executive. has issued a citcolaivl! Its burden aS has been thai of the presses in Ins interest for some time past, is the frothier difficul- ties. To take the documeR in its reg- ular orefcer however, he alludes to inter- naHwy "w5u«Mti candidate*for the nal improvements first. His Exeellen- SaBftte, from the District oompoeed of the ha&d&S the Subject frl shOH Order ' * 8abio«, Newton, Jasper and San' J ■ATCaPAf MORNINO..... JOLT 9. qji^«w.Kgrg,gDiTOB. ' ajc123.0w22l0©333le23.ts. CoaaUes of Aogtutiaa. MeCeteh*o. Dooiue, r«wujiii UOB , , M .. (1 ,i , 11 Sleetioo first Monday in August J but is now of opinion that all unnec- essary restriction, touching the propos- Wa areantbori«*i to J-1 ed donation from the State should be AM.M o«ndidi*te for Floating Keprsen- . ^ fro* the Diatriet composed of the counties | dispensed With, it IS much to be de" • • i. .plored that he did not so think during B^2.TsiL>,A^~| the nession of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 July 1859

"WiH— ■ijw ji« A y- wh«n yotj saw ne.. Crockett is quite a w^:- little town^pccupied by warm hearted hospitable citteeris : there was a"£reat ©oncotirse of pefcpte 4& atten- dance & "&£ the weefc to -I remained • them'; aud it affords rao pleasure to §ay, t&at I J&vr ticW- seen, a more gentlggftnlj,,* more quiet, aud a4borc M V peacwoie, trteadly etctfftion of $*? tn$ forUiade, $r«3enee au<J td reign, Those two ex'jfcp nated from the falser class. ^Mtt*od"r^eB^io«i stay in Crockett, aidfcrther did I hear tl^pEBe of Almign^ God profaned inoreibaa^wo.or threes times, and then by the ctafs above alluded to. I did, ntf faar B -gentleman sioeqr never witnessed,a degree of p^hoe, love, friendship : ~ " jssemblag^ of pebp" lj in Newton is quiet the epidemic* Iras sub- hlf* ft"" n|j d tei$ areto iesnes in poli- Ijta^fbvd; and Speights feiftti fUo fiflfl • these gentle- ,%rorthr of the station to which wrc. 'iShoald Young Americd ifferooi, - let him sample their etpCTi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 9 July 1859

;^: A?OLEOsrs MHJNIGHTREYIEW. XTfaiatranslation from the German ballad of Baron Tedlitx, is by Clarence Mangaa;] . i. When midnight hoar ia come, The drummer forsake his tomb, And marches, beating his phantom dram To and fro through the ghastly gltiom, ' - • * . ' ■ -Replies tbe drumsticks twain • With 1 ashless Rogers pale, Arid beats and beats again and again A long and dreary reveille/ • Like the voice of abysmal waves Bafeoonds Us unearthly tone, Till the dead old aoldiierstong'in their graves, Awaken through every tone. 'And the'slain in the land of the linn, Andlhefroxen in the ioy North, ind those who under the homing son ' Of Italy sleep, come forth. And Utty whose bone= longwhile Lie bleeding in SyKanjands, •And the slutnberers ander the reeds'of the Nile, Arise with arms in their hands. ■ gS V.' '• • And at midnight, in his shroad, Th^rgmn^M^^es his tomb, An^Cto a&SaMong,deep and land ' Mercantile Cards. lT>Tthomas. tv. JTcrouch". . THOMAS & GROUCH, Wholesale an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 July 1859

<s / : ,:v - 7'' i: v- ' : . * .•J"-:'4 « .. ?r V.-'a*h* : '■ i - !--•' 1 — Geo. W. Kiny, vol. m INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Editor and Pi 1 san augustine, texas. saturday, july 16, 1859. Letter from Hon. (No. W. Smith. at i*mCohmbia «jwt Montezuma ste., ^ it u ft u s t. i fc, T e x %8. Si N 3SSl Editor Texian—Sir : I have just read with much interest, the speech of our distinguished fellow-citfcen, Col. L. T. Wigfall, delivered in Galveston are many meet my / in X gat of the County agents,) unless " 5R8, Throughout the 8tate, ut M Agents for the Tcxian r l subsequent lcswtion, fifty carts. Ja*ds —Ofone square, per annum,.... $16 Jjgl Liberal deductions made for advertisements of greater length, end to persona advertising by theyear or quarterly. ' ' Vottom Of OasnnuTns—For State or District tin dollars. For CountyofBees five. $m~ We will be ooapelled to dcotine legal ad* ?ortisemente, unices paid for in advance. ^FJOB WORK, of every desoription, will «e neatly, cheaply, and expediti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 July 1859

the subject of direct of - Congress on taxation.« • The 4th section reads as follows , ''No tax«or doty shaltbe laid by tie* Legisla- ture on articles exported from any State; sor on the migration orimportation of each .personalis the several States shall think proper to admit nor shall each migration or importation be pro- hibited." •' > ,5Che 6th restrains Gongress with regard to a •capitation tax. ihe 6 th prohibits navigation acts from being •passed without a vole of two-thirds of both Housep. • The 7th prohibits titles of nobility. Thus U is seen, (as I Jiave shown on another oecuion,) that no%ttempt was mad* to grant Ooiigireas the power to interdict the African slave trade by any express provision for that purpose, that power being universally understood in the Convention as being a part *of the general power "to regulate commerce with foreign nations;" but the friends of the trade introduced a provision, positively interdioting Congress from prohibiting the importation of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 July 1859

mm VOTERS Of Panola, Shelby, and ri&f t- • : San Augustine Counties : FjB^dw-CmZENS : I am a candidate to represent you in the Lo^ct House of the.next Legisla- ture; and as it is a custom for dspi- ranta for office to give expression to their'political opinions, State- as well as NhHonhl, I have thought it not ainiss to give yon an exposition of my • sentiments, and to lay down the plat- form <sf:principles by which I will be governed, should I be your choice for the positionJojvhijdi^I aspire. an ?nd£petyden_t«Democrat—one will not s^plplo eancns dictation, >ut applying Ihe ^tJffersonian test, "is Me,": wilt eter cqfit IHf cf MASONIC MALE SCHOOL The 8 th session of this Institution will open on the 8th of August next. Rates of Tuition per session of 20 weeks; Orthography, Reading, Writing and Sien- " • tal Arithmetic, , - - • $10 00 Geography, -Arithmetic, English Grammar ■ and Natursl Philosophy, , - - 15 00 jJll higher English Branches, Mathematics, Latin and Greek, - -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 16 July 1859

& ->• Traveller's Guide. Slii%Teport and New oSeans > TRI-WEEKLY PACKET LINE. sFor Shreveport, Brand Bayou, Cample, . Grand Score, St. Miurice, Mont' gomery's, Durfind's and Buxton's - Landings, Calhoun's Mo. Cane Haver, Cotile. Alexandria, • Norman's, Barbin's and Way Landings. Composed of the following splendid and ■ wlft passenger boat*, vUA wfll leave Now Orleans and 8hvsveport, alternately, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5 P. X. TUESDAYS: MAMWKE, ' AM'L APPLEGATE Matter. IUCY HOlCOAfBB, ' W. D. BATE.MAN, Master, «? ' • ♦THURSDAYS: " NATIONAL, • , P. C. MONTGOMERY, Ataey. JUdAHTOURO, CHAS. Vt,Master. '■ SATURDA JOH N MOKE ft, a&Mfcr. iwmpte,: > CHENEY JOHNSON, tor, All ef the above Splendid Passenger Paokets willlsave on their regular days, 'without fail, at thnfconr appointed. All business entrusted to *J*liruare will b* promptly and faithfully at- tended to. , $tf State roans oan be secured on either of theasboafeforany trip, by applying at the of- ...

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