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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 July 1859

—V : V - :'4 : • 4 ♦ •: Geo. W.Kins, ,1 ' I N D E P'E N D E N T IN POLITIC S . < . san augustine, texas, saturday, july 23, 1859. Editor and Publisher. 7 no; 9- \ THE EASTERN TEXIAN. Is pabKxhtti every Saturday at the office, i corner of Columbia and MonteSuma. sts., San Augustine, Texas. terms OF THR TEXIAN. Snrour CoiT—For om jfw of fifty-two nam tort, (in advance,)...*......* 82 50 Fivs Copib8, <*0 10 00 StsoLsCorr^-If act in ad^nce. 3 00 - *9 After six months......... .4 00 Ke papers will be sent <oufc of the County, (ex- cept te responsible agents,) nnless the .money ACtoiBMDiei the order. JSTMASTEKS, Throaghoot the State, ate reqnestsd to aet as Agents for the Tetian r bates or a r> v K k t i s i x a. iGa&k—Of ten Imea or iefs, first inser- «ne dollar, each subsequent insertion, . j ee ta. Gams -Of one square, per asanas $10 00 Liberal deductions made for advertisements of greater length, and to persons advertising by theyesr or quarterly. Not icbs op ca.vnirut...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 July 1859

EASTEM "TEXIAN. 8ATURDAY MQB^WG rg. JULY 16. GEOBGE W. KING, KDITCat ■ ^3arLO"U-32LOQ-rn ents. jS^-We are authorized and requested to ia- troaace llenry C. Wallace «s a candidate fori the -State Senate, from the District composed of the *C6aaties of Sabine, Newton, Jasper and San Augustiae. v Election first. Mondny in *Angust uext. 3^ We are authorized to nnnr.unce A. D. MuPntchan, as a candidate for Floating Reprsen- t ui*e, from the District composed of the counties <4 Panola, Shelby and San Augustine. ^3'CoL Richard Waterhoude is a candidate (f-r 1%-ereCfion) to Represent San Augustine CouA£y in the next Legislature.. . , - '::f ' Ag«at for the Texian. - The following gentlemen aroauthpr- j-Ueii io act a? Agents for the Texjau ; r* eVive aoQ receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wm. Hewitt, sen., Shelbyville, Texas- [D. McMaUon, 'Burkvilte, -Newton count>j. Taber, Natchitoches, La. Jasper, Jatpec Co. , JOHN MONTGOMERY, 4}f San Augustine, is our Genera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 July 1859

TO 1HE VOTERS eltyy and. w Hne Counties , PEL£0W-CrnZEN9 : .^Sggisi a candidate to represent you in the Lower Hbtise of the next Legisla- ture *; fttid aa it is a custom for aspi- rants for office to give expression to their political opinions, State as well as National, I fiave -thought it not amis§ to give you an-exposition of my sentiments, and to lay down the plat- "fbrfo of principled by which I will be governed^should I be your choice for the position to wluch t aspire. I am a8%itlependent Democrat—one who will not <itoop to caucus dictation, but applying the Jeffersonian test, "is lie honest, is lie capable," will ever cast -my vote, as jf freeman, for the man cf >ny own choice. I Stand Upon the Cincinnati Plat- foj*m, reserving to myself the right to .place thy own construction upon that clause relative to squatter sovereignty, contained in the Kansas-Nebraska bill, is a part and parcel of the Dem- iQCrattc. platform, empowering the peo- ple ©Fa rerrTlary^to regulate t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 23 July 1859

Traveller's Guide. Aew RmMc to New Orleans AND . UNITED 8TATES MAIL LINE. . - xV. . - ————— Twenty-four boars' time saved, and the risks and dwooasforts of a Be* voyage greatly dimin- ished, and freights reduced by the new and apleodid iron steamship & MATAGORDA & Built especially for this route, having elegant aooommodatiora for passengers, and for speed and safety uasurpassed. schedule: Leaves Braafaear, (Berwick's Bay.) onsthe arri- vsl of the passeoger train, Mondays. 12 m. arrives at SabinePaas,.Tuesday8,. .8 a. to. leaves Sabine pubs. ........ Taenia j s, 12 m arrives at Galveeton .. .Wednead'y 8 a. m Leaves 0elvest on Wednesd'y 12 m. Arrives at Sabine Pass......Thursdays 3 a. m. Leaves Sabine Pass........ .".Thursdays 12 m. For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac- commodations, apply to, HeGAFFEY*& KEITH, nSJfcly.] Augusta, Sabine Pass. Nearest and Best Route to New Orleans, I-*t\- r-fvv. i "T > / DIRECT PRO* SAN AUGUSTINE BY JASPER, WEISS' BLUFF. ORANGE, AND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 August 1859

11 •4 X :?*■'; ^•i ;.ifs <*•-•*£:<►.•'• v.J (fllpl i- *&* rr-?~r *:-:-i*L" ■ &t JPSKkxse I N D E P EN DENT IN POUT ICS. 5" v Editor and Publisher. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1859, NO. 13 THE EASTERN TEXUN, publiM every Saturday at the office, earner^ tf CotoMa and Mwtei&ina sts., is 1 n Augustine, Texas* VS- . ..i >. . •• ; I , ft TBBM9 OF THE TEXT AN. StMti Cor*—For on# y«« pf fcfiy-tjro na bars, (la adTt>o8,^......w. Fiy*CoAm. do ..10 60 Srs £ OoiPT—If not ia advance.... S 00 <!• >"' Aftfrni mofttb* 4 00 Nopapetis will be seat out of the County, (ex- cept twifosponmblc agents,) unless the money Oss Sqcakk—Of tea . tioa, one doiUr, fifty ec-ta. Cards-Of one Throughout the State, t>u Tot the T*>xi* in or *• t**ristwo. — or J«*, fyfttoer- bseqaeat insertion, annnm...$10 00 | r adwtiaemects of X CxsncBAi .., WS •We wlll becawpeUedto vertioinuatg, ubIma p*id far w advance. ^r-JOB WOKK, of every description, will be neatly, cheaply, aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 August 1859

THE 0SOB6SW! XDT6, EDITOR. JjATU&DAY HQRNINQ......... AUGUST 20. Ageati for th® Texian. ' 'Thfe following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Age n u for the Texian; re- gud receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: yw«. -Hewitt, ssn , Shelby vtlle, Texar 1 &$cMahon, BarkvUle, Newton county. -B. Wms, Weiss' Bipffi. > Yabee, Natchitoches, La. Jasper, Jasper Co. JCHN; MONTGOMEB Y, jQjfSan Augustine, is our General Agent ,l5t - t . /cw Eastern Texas., , ■ V; ,y ,,,■ " ' ■' , i ■ ■.■■=. Mall Arcangements. :..*A t r i v a Is and,• 2>cp a r lures. ' * *mmmm , Lynchburg—iff Tarings ton's Prairie, Lto- ' i '-fagstott, 175 miles, and back once a week: -' -fC t4ai®s Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. n ., arrives at San Augustine. Friday 3 p m; leaves San • Aognstineevery Monday,8a. m., arrivesat • LnehWrg etfery Friday* 6 p.m. w Marshall-—from 9*n Augustine, 92 miles, and baefc,twios a week: I eate San Angoetine Monday and Tbnraday, 1 p. m., arrives at liMnialt Wednesda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 August 1859

w* July* in Germany.— J^onr Minister to Prussia, par# of 'Aitterfcaiis dined on th«4$b pT July lasi, n|tffary of Wa&ington, an acqnaintanee and friend of the"' great chief, tbe only man' probably now liv- ing! of. Whoat this can ,be* said. The 1 * to is Alderman Delins, I >3 " FACTS FOR THE PEOPtE ELECTION RETURNS. 8AM AUGUBtTNE COUNTY.—OFFICIAL. of Bremen, wlfo, as "faf back *^s 1797, residedinBaltimore. Jfrom a letter from Bremen,;in the<New York Herald, mrtl|tio^ to AldermaW D. and the 3j^,.we. extract the following: fb thd year 1797, Alderman Eter- hard Delias, our venerab& host, then a young man ot 22, was sent-to the Unit- ed States by the-house with which he was coftncfcted, for the pturpoafe of es- tabKshing ^business relations between the Ststaraad the Hanse towns. Wash- ington, then in retirement at Moant Vernon* became interested in the pro- ject of the enterprising young mer- chant, an^invited him to visit his Souse. T&e invitation was accepted ; he was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 20 August 1859

J Ural. i "JiU persons who feel an interest m the, agricultural prosperity of Eastern Texas, are invited• to correspond with these columns. . s M~,. i# [Written for th« Texian. - The China Tree, Mr. Editob—It has often strook me in notic- ing the luxuriant growth of the " Great Indian Lilac," or. China.Tree, throughout the Sooth, and'more particularly upon the Bed Lands of om^Own State, that, if it flourished similarly away down in Tankee land, it wonld long ago have been made useful in some other way than jiiffrfii lilntin It is a notioeabie fact that whatever jEahipra may loccur in ottarl crops— 1Mp- fan droughts, over-wet, worms, storms 1 erufett-not, the China-Tree crop is always sore, always prolific, it is true that the' China is at- tainable as an ornamental tree—its refreshing shade and great beauty will always secure it a prominent place in our pleasure - grounds, but «tt all its properties known, perhaps it might be made to contribute an important share to- wards our pecun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 August 1859

:ssm vA- t-As 1 &'i Jiii: A i$$4 jhmj&W **«***£; •S'/ ¥1 -*j4 *.; .:•- '1- :< .i :• t-3V# ■ . £« . |XP B PE NDE5T 6x1Ties t' ■ ... \ • ,. ■• m> ' • -*W £ r - ^ y % • ;•*'- M , - '* *- r '"—-sWiiw4a**S^«g*.W; :T~~*$&0k0 x-v .\^r v '••• * -'"'• ,'. J * #f,S# 4r -<$**.- • ■ *2^5 <U * * Y • jr^ft *Vw-«W«sv* '.'■" !'<* Editor SM AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY^ AtJGUST 27, 1859, 3am TH$ EASTBRN ubHahed entry Saturday at tke office, corner cf Columbia ami Montezuma stt.i * ' ~ *, Te2*£. Au OUSTI all 15 1 ' * •fit OF TlW TKXI AN. .4) Corr-Fo *m fm* effifty-iwaajto «.<££ **r^2"..r.H| «p«ui Oorr*4T ast WMmu*.... J.JJ H paM** wtll b<u «*at oat of tbe Cocaty,(ex- cept to responsible ageats,) unless tk« iaonej Jp-F ntTlttSTSW/ Thro^oeitbe f*ate, tr* requested to act as Ageatrfer the Ttximn. #-# **« «* APTK«TiaI Q 9*« 8«o***—Of tea Haas or lies, first iase1"- ti*a, (M «^Ur ,J «k anb eq «8t i «rtka, JiBDi -Ofone iqstre, per aaaam,... literal dedaetiaas m«d« far a4w* em...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 August 1859

THE m * * • v t anchor to actas A-geuts for the Texiao; re eTpt fo^sub^riptionsj adver- b work, etc.: •• £r, sen , Shelbgville, Texas ,:j Milam, f}abine<Co. " "i^Kewfn county. iu*& , Jim* W.-Taber, Natchitoches, La. if ML, and,% Jasper, Jasper Co, VdS* JCRN MONTGOMERY, &$6an Augmstine, is our General Agent , Jin* Eastern Texea. •>■ -v*,? • gfe "' ■■>-:- ■?>•,-' •'•^Vv -■ ~v^ '■ ■ . . iV Bilf •- '•" 1HBfag BbhihH • ll^NE s^rfi. cis"_ -v' iiifr i v^al-s a n~d D.e p «r; *« r* * -e^jfr.'wtsw «f Ctor TarkiatttoaV Prairie, JAr A. mm, w db«k «•«•> wf* s netfk t Leave San Au^stine UattSfif every Tbatftay and 8aa day, 6 a, a., arrives at Saa Aogoatia*, Sat Atfgttscine M;7 f aki-arme at Maridn y,dp m ; h wMario®e*#j*ed , 7*-; m .HwrrLna at,8aa Angestice .. - -Arrives PFejjnesday®, Ftidays _ >*ts ESsi banediatetyi. \Basfem.Mittt4Arrives Thursdays, Saturdays, o .". ,%pd'^Bday -daPartaWeat immediately. l :Ri$md. l^e^h^erto, at various times, i^the ^preipn^gjr of rom^ st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 August 1859

FF 4 dm* at a place called Hemps bound, tpioe- ilw the tetjf-Sabiae fc0natf.w Aiwaca .merit. but a« present q ite OB8. •- If any one iB dis- fhewawe, I refer them to Dick .C*#*** who er tbe responsibility, iimt ; oar little aapny wmg " and 8trot, :jwhen they be m- years in tBe May terra, and hat<$ thus bad ample opportmrities of arriving at what they hold to be corre6t conclu- sions. No*. a*^ay has passed in the jtfTy room that has not disclosed some forta of crime! or vice, or suffering, springing directly from intoxicating drink as its procuring cause. The in- trod action, within a few years past, of a gnuWnas lag6r beer, has been followed by a marked- increase of drinking houses, and by additions in the same degree to and if, • poteobeatofr tlwtlread? «Tt!W'Thc r he gets hold of-4fce helm, ®°ut- sh*p, and Agger m aoitferent (La4k to what-we've been coursing, then. I'm no goessSFSA CI?*- tTeastoiT man, re i;opu,ror '20 years -and [low. l *c oieetedJ jtfli .f^r Governor, I want ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 27 August 1859

tWTl 1 fspits wh o feel an interest \H prosperity of Eastern TexaSy are invited to correspond with the&.columns. ■ rsfs m*m ejgtitowl npoa any fair face, for i of home wives are numerous, and <Je- ineU Studied. A certain writer truth "household occupations are i an Intellectual and moral exerchh 'leave a lady, be plenty. of time for book*andttaMBHaan«? 'i-y i«a& ■ Ti ag wives•txm— hoald3mmediate- ly make themselves familisr with the ordering j of the «if*irs of thb kitchen, end &M ling of domestics; or, if poor in this let them cot be afraid to faalioU i«01 ever reign betweea the parlor aaid kUch«,unloss the mistress herself oocasicn- i the latter, tosee thai the er- ar*d« for the coming meal are prop- L*0. - ' " we. h them ;,U ptsa -«bs nr itt a .town ju, with m luaoh sugar a* ymrbave rrima'res nd ' d **0 day^; Um fc'&oS «*• and sfchn. it ami] no ream rises, tbfcn pear it over the tomatoes,, and let .them stand two dayaaa before, dim boil ■Mtd Vtiua again Afttr t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 September 1859

$ -4* t ******* - ttj|| **& **• *' 1* -j-^t Jtyfi'pt' 9MB ' : fcj|/ &&$£ .4? <|?ffr'"?* f «•'J- •f *a>?$±'js.f). ;. fey •ft'« ** $ ««Sfe3iftm-i :><& \e tt->iU . -■• ',;1ii'*' ■ ■ ■ ■•> <S ' :v /I'iia^i ' :.7 *:..- I"| a INDEPENDENT IN POXIT1CS Editor and Publisher. J _-,-r-J_S--Y ---,- ,i san augustine, texas, saturday, september 10, 18591 no. is: THE EASTERN TEXIAN, Is published every Saturday at the 6 \* [Frora the Fairfield Pioneer. ; Stock-Raising and Branding. Messrs. Editors Pioneer : The advantages of stock-raising in Texas over other States arc becoming more apparent every day ; but our sys- tem of estraying stock is very, defect- ive—so much so that it is a systemati- cal appropriation by some of property that belongs to others. It is merely taking a person's stock, and assuming the ownership, and then, after a certain time elapses, certain formulas are.gone through, and a nominal price paid, the )XM Squakb—Of tea lines or. teas, first i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 September 1859

-#£m. -w_ saturday /'v A * Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Lynchburg—hy Tarkingston's Pnirie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, B>1 hack once a week: Law** Lynshburg, Monday 6 a.m., arrives at San Augustine, Friday f> p m; leaves Sao AagmiwtTtr; 6 a.m., arrives at I*ynebburc ereryf riday, nriday.dp. m , San Augustine, 92 milts, Mid i a week: Leave San Au*n«tine Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at Wednesday and 8atnrday, 8 p m.; i Marshall every Thursday and Snn- Vlk. m., arrives at Fan Augustine, Sat* ' and Tuesday, 12 m. M*rum—trvtA San Augustine 30 mile#, and back, onee a week i Leave San Augustine ' ~ * -at7 a m.. arriveniXlarion leave Marion every Wed- Tives at 8*n Augustine Wednesdays, Fridays js East immediately. Thursdays, Saturdays, West immediately wkisk ihed printing a superior lot District Court and Justices i~ i~'* 'J& '< Capiases, etc., for sale at the usual rate of twodol taoh quire*of Executions eon- forms, and the other kinds, 96. mail will be promptly atte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 September 1859

fUHDsmh mm** iX mmrnrnmrn r( io w«ll con- stupidity net Hitedtcettedthem. A Wiseman, • therefore, may fee duped as v^ell as a fcol; bot the fool publishes the tri- ©roph of his deceiver ; the wise man is silent, and denies that triumph to an enemy which he would hardly concede to * mend; a triumph that proclaims ibis own defeat.—C. C. Cotton. Snake Bites.—The son of Patrick Of this poixhtj, that we stated a few days ago had been bit by a rat- tlesnake, and the case treated by the ftee use Of whisky, has resulted favora- bly, and the boy is now ;n regular- at- tendance at school. The Bnfike had eight rattles and one buttop, and bit the. boy on one of his legs just above he ankle. We have heard of other cases, in this county, which have been successfully treated by whiskey, and if we cannot recommend the use of the commodity a® a mere beverage, we can with confi- (jehce advise its free Use in eases of snake bites.—.Augusta, Constitutionalist IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Wheat Growers!! GRIST ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 September 1859

Stgrimltiirai. mm .mmmw**8* in (he agricultural prosperity of Eastern Texts, are invited to correspond with these columns. ' To Raise Seedling Strawbbbries.—Select the finest berry you can find—it should be dead ripe—take fine, dry sand,[and rub the berry and sand in jour handa till the pulp and seed ate separated and thoroughly distributed. Prepare good, light soil—it need not be very rieh—bj thoroughly pulverizing it ; sow your sand con- taining the seeds thereon, and cover an eighth ^6and Supreme Court in their ses- i'V j^TIarnips should sown as soon a possible, the first sown wHI generally give the largest crop, bat the late sown will be the soundest, and the best for keeping. The best soil for turnips is a deep or sandy loam, and they flourish extremely well on new land. The best crop' we ever saw in this country was fuown on a reclaimed swamp. The owner had drained it for corn the next spring, but thinking he might raise a few turnips, 83 he was likely to be short of winter fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 1 October 1859

IP ■gSE --T-- grar.1: iL-. '> ■ i; ii>iilnm , INDEPENDENT I N. POXlTlCS. —:———yp —. Editor a Sad Publisher. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY* OCTOBER 1, 1859. NO. 18. THE EASTERN TEXIAN, every Saturday at offtceT corner of Columbia, A ir A uo u 9 t i n s, Tex as. =53= t^bms of THE TEXIAN. <?oPr—F * one' year of fifty-two nan* Nr (in advatre$*) §2 60 ................10 00 . ;u* Cort—lt tmt in advance..... 3 Oft ii After six months.. ..4 00 - pers will be sent oat of the County, (ex- it t responsible agents,) unless tho mosey Judge Samuel A. Roberts, who, was | Baltimore.—The telegraph gives'ac s * i ♦! J conn's of attempts in Baltimore to put of the Committee appointed by the a st0p t0 t|,e icings proceedings which have characterized that city for two or one citizens of Fannin county, to notify the Conference of the Northern M. E. Church that their incendiary doctrines could not be promulgated there, replies to the letter of Bishop Jaynes, showing that the Committee could not ...

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

m TH E EASTERN TEX I AN. II rnUrn,, - "CQSOEGE W. KIHG/EDITOE. • ' * • 8ATUED aY HORNING. ..OCTOBER. 1 The Next ation- _ x^viie . Arrivals Departures. Tarkin«8ton> Prairie, Liv- ingston, 1*6 miles, and bark onw a w^k • IiSiTnn Lynchburg. M*o«i a v/> .a. m. arrive* at Sail ACgttfttW#, Ftwav H l> mrh w'«Ht. Augusiine every M)t d*j,ti s. m. arriVee at Lynohburg every Friday- *\ p. m. Marshall— from San Au*u.*tine, 92 nmes, ana ' back, twice a week : Le+ve s*n Attiwttn* Monday and Taarsd-iy. 1 p. mV. arriwatj Marshall Wednesday and S-.tui.Uy,8 p n .;jeruim'lils Will engage their wages, if they will do it. *. Southern Nebras- ka, having failed in their design of. at* taching themselves to Kansas, will, in company :with that: tecrltory. applyrlbr admission as a State. The Governor is about calling an extra session of the Territorial Legislature that the work be regularly commenced. The Leave MarshalUevery Tbu i^*y i'"1 ?; n- day, 6 a. m.* arrives Auguauhe, rvit- urday and Tuesday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 1 October 1859

mm* Moffl^pSUr-The fSndmhg' iteniafVe taken' "* *""" * itt-PriiH«rK1f-r *«V ifiSg"8*y9- ^ 0a of John B, ;Of Mason, win decide-l by *Wed assault, and a fiae rftflord to^shoot an enemy lit he better tq /][yfUg cfr the wy?% iweh eeek inatrial after- <?- %'& "*•*> ' iiw/y Timet.—Tto Sharman Patriot brings the fhteffigenee of no less than seven different murders in that section, within a short tine and distance of eaoh other. There are many more -wounded in different engagements bat none seri- ous enough to warrantmention. Of course only give the acoonnt of those "yon got," as |t Was a good day fer killing. How many of. the killers have feed to pay' for kiHleg? Nary one! It's ohej^^kJtil^ a man inTs*aethan a rabbit in Eeghi^-: :'-r11 ■ • \ lv{j r.—The Colorado Cititen says Mr. Johuaoo, a baker, without o\uae or provocation, ily shot and killed by one Samuels. | hafce^^fcWeae a sort of game Rnr each other to practice upop. Now if the baker had killed the man a suBpiciwjmight hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 1 October 1859

SB dtartrnUnral. ->'-■«*• .- ■■ ■*"-• IM I. D. THOMAS. W. H.0KOUCH THWIAS & GROUCH^ wholesale and retail dealers in DRY GOODS, ETC our pub- liHHW^JiU persotnst who feel an interest j T\f* * *e>4ittle pWtmreJai^urnlng -TZZ . S , . f ? th ui .4 tonar cnstomersas well as thep « Me agricultural fiw^gj of £«(«•« 1,.^f<r ih> JiW kmti(_ xZVms, are M fe ewr-spmd ,„4 b,t J«™ ... to IS Cr.UO'J, Shelbj ATld columns. th« cisiz^usi. f: Sabii pp Toi ssional Mercantile Cards. W <- WH. W. WALLACE / ATTORNEY JIT Z..4 TK, /*\pfbr8 bis services to the public in the Courts •U off San Augustine, Jasper, Sabfne, Angelina and Shelby, and in the District Court oi the United States, and Supreme Court'in their ses- sions at Tyler. San Augustine July 1857. 16 oris u'asvt^s. D. Receiving and Forwarding Merchants, AUGUST A—Sabine Pass, iV-y '' Texas. ALEXANDER & CQ., i COMMISSION AND Forwarding Merchants, 1 that wt n«v* «•*.•.#< v>d. «r* now receiving from the ■jf LxAChTD ASHES FOR ...

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