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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 August 1857

Editor and PnWisl INDEPENDENT SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST to, 1857. ERN TEXIANv * K^uM&u f at the Pioneer Panther Hinting Alt- office, corner of Columffid if* '„M<totezimat.'sts., . S A K A TJ G U S T I N E, TfeX AS. TERMS OF THE TEXUN. SnoiX Copy—For one year cf fifty-two num- bers, (in advance,)..- $2 50 fivb Copiiw, do ................10 00 Sin OLE Copy—Jf not in advance.. ..... .3 00 do After six swaths. .... a 00 •N(? papers wilt be eeat oat of the County, (ex- eep'v to respjjp Bible agents,) unices the money accompanies the order. jpff-POSiMASTEHS, Thrhoougnt the State, requested to aet as Agents for the TcxiarM* BATES 0* inVSETI8I e.t >v3| Onk SqOabs—Of tea lines TSr lew, first inser oae (fyillur, «ach snbeeqnent *~~- jjBBSfg jilai5~-Of one square, per aairami^flO 00 Liberal deduction* made for . adwrtteements of greater length, and to persona advertising by "" the year or quarterly. Norrots or Candida*£8—For State or District offices, ten dollars. For Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 August 1857

* TH* .AUGUST 16 The following gentlemen are author- 3 act as Agents for the Tex2ad ; re- and receipt for subscription*, adyer- lents, job work, etc.: Wm. Hewitt, seh., Shelby vtlle, Texas. T&SST"- \ MkmiSMmCo. B. MCCLOSKEY, 5 B. McMabon, Burkvillc, Newton county 5. Weiss, Weiss' Blvff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L. Holland. Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine,is our General Agent ' .f< Eastern Texas. y am 1 To Count just inting a superior lot 3* for the District Court and Justice* onsiatiigbf tioris, Citations, ^ w Subpoena's* Capiases,etc., whieh are for sale at the usual rate of two dol i .Jars per Quire—each quire ®f Executions con I 'wniflz 48 blanl^oriBS, aud the other Jyads, 96 'Orders Sj^bs (nd orders for such as * e may not have od *>nd, will be immediately filled - 1 1 ' ■ ' V' ■■ = THE TEXIAN- We promised, gdme time ago, that im mediately" after the election oar paper ' should*bJ enlarged, so as to meet the in - % creasing demands of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 August 1857

U ** Settlement of tiwi Spanish Msxic&n Difflculty. The statement that Spain has accep- ted the mediation of the French and English mini ti& , aathortiyfoiip, accouafl Madrid are sure, not dm' settlement of on whatever >bable. All 'otiations at lied a erisis which, we iQVfernment eould B i-edlpf dancing longer at Senor Pidaf's beck, Coraonfoft some time since transmitted to Gen. %afrag- ua instructions involving aii ultimatum. Vhich was to be presented without de- lay, and if not accepted within eight days after its presentation, the Mexi- can Envoy was at once to break off all further, negotiation. This summary course has no doubt brought the. Nar- Vaez Ministry to terms, and they escape the tight place in which they found themselves. caught, by accepting a me- liation proffered many months ago, but at that ume, for, reasons best lown to themselves, declined. "... • As to the mediation itself, th< . ^. . ifbut little doubt Kite success ^ v J sdfe, and we may, therefor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 15 August 1857

L ' F wU- ' t > p. f ,: m * m A-"' \ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Wm. W. WALLACE. 0 RN E Y AT LAW. jig services to the publio in the Courts n Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina y, and in the Distriot Court of the tes, and Supreme Court in their see- 'ler. zustine July 1857. 16 Payne & Williams, RNEYS AND COUNSELLORS at \L/aw9 San Augustine Texas. L practice in the Courts of 6th Judicial district of Texas. per cent for collections. iaranoe in District Court not less than dlars. aferior Courts, Fire Dollars. ing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not less than allars. No services rendered unless the fee is 1. noly Richard F. Slaughter, 3RNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SAN AUGUSTINE TEXJ®, <L practice in tha Courts of Nacogdoches, ngelina, Jasper, Newton, Sabine, Shelby, •an Augustine, and general collecting for eastern Texas. 'West side of the Square, San AuguBtine Texas. iicks, w, Texas. HICKS & j. d. mcmauon, Milam. Texas. M'MAHON, ,torneys at Law. ' above firm will practice their profession n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 August 1857

THE EAST$ltft TEXIAN, Js published every Satwrdi&f tit the 4/jfcce, comer M^ VdumbUi tfid. Mcmi&Tiintt stsj sxi*£«**•****>' *?• ***• t«Bka THE TEXI 'N 8«o« CuP7-r|r,oa«: , rrt«jw™ ham, (iu advance,). *• '."'if, ()a Five Corncs, d# •••>'" g q,, SLsols UorrMfnot i« iWwnor..... .• •.-* <> da After sCI j a«h«i. .■. • «•••* ,,w Ho nepers will ft# seat ont of «b Coix^tj, (ex- Jpi i* responsible agents,) *nl«m the money jS?PSn1M fbrbooo?ot4faeMate, a* wquasud to *ol m A$B 4a>r tfre J^ta ■ ATKS or iBTESl.ISl" ® . Out Stjt'ARa—Of (en liuea or ie*s, •ion, © 3olUr, each autwequent laserC**' fifty ec tf. ■ '. SL^Ofm^mw pw ^ NoTtci«opCA!«iMa*rta - For SMk4e or District offioes. ten dollars. Fo*- Ckrantj offices five We will be eooip«i*e&jQ deoti«« legal ad- ve rtiaemeata, unlet* paid for \a d anoe JV'JOB W()hK, of every deecripnon.will be neatly, cheaply, **d expeditiously necuteJ at (be Tex Ian WJSWthaD&Y MOKSfltG......^tigu*! 25. 1mow Item*. . The Galveston Civil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 August 1857

if** * BBH THE .AUGUSTS# ithern Democri W. C. McDAJ iBt, are author- to act as Agents for the Texian; re- d receipt for subscriptions, adver- beginning to rage with considerable vio~ S, J° ^Shelhgvdle, J®1*®' and Politiciaus and PollticaI PaPers are fast wheeling into line, though many Milam, Sabine Co. wm**L trr-frr -rr^pl B. McCloskey, ) . D. M cMahon, Burkville, Newton county, •' S. Wgtss, Weiss' • Joh n W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L. HoIland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMEBY, O/" Sa AMgws/ine, w our General Agent VU > /°* .Eastern TfewwC SB ■ ^ Jf?|pwT<r-Cwiaty Officers. ,4; We have just finished printing a superior lot of$LANK8, for tire District Court and Jostioes le Peace—consisting of * t-r* Executions. Citations, Subpoena's, Capiases, etc , t are for sale at the pwuajjjfcate.of two aol- J aire—each quire KlBxecutioDs con- i blank forms, and tSflbther kinds, 96 \ by mail will be promptlyattended to t for each as we may not have It is greatly to befeared that the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 August 1857

§ \ p+oftable End of ah Interesting His- tery^The te#prds of the Executive de- rtrffcr Washington, embrace ' many festink ttibVic history, contained in ^ jfe f&ctA^cotonected With the <w~' ciuxens.against out iowti or some foreign government. Among jA fetter is one—recalled to mind by the pj? t^bmmodore John D. Danefs, L4ne Vrobat>Uny of ait. early settlement * «f AfBerittao claims upon New Granada —the .(acts of which will be read with t ^ the Vears 1820 and 1821, du- r^blationary troubles of Sou h merica, Boli var was besieged at Cuma- 3Uth, A D.i 1857 : Aaron, Green Anderson, U G Broocks, J G Uondies 8f Co Crenshaw, Mo Dupree, B H Demean, T A Davi&VJohnG DalfiS, S W Evans, A. H <* tftHTOui the Pa'riot cause was almost yield- f-W i£despair tS'tbe overpowering strength *'%[ SpauL * At this crisis Com, Danels, a latraeq of Baltimore, then living upon a princely fortune, becoming ipspired with warm sympathy in the struggle against Spanish ty nanny, advanced some $300...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 29 August 1857

•HM# [from the Houston Telegraph.] LINES. I of thee often, I think of thee now; 1 think of the brightness that lights op thy brow. An* some times, unseen, thy fur features I trace, As soring, I gase on thy beautiful face! My tongue hen ne'er whispered tne tale of my love, To qotnoh this affeoiion, I've ardently strove, , And although I seem gsy, and light as a bird, There are thoughts in thin breast whioh thou never hast heard. IJke the calmness that rests on some still glassy lake, Without the least ripple hs smoothness to break, My heart may to others seem only tosleep. Bat the onrrent of love runs silent and deep! Oh! I oannot forget thee, nor oan I impart One glimpse of the love thatno w glows in my heart; But deep it lies buried, and here must remain, Though this heart may be breaking, in silence '• and pain! And when the last struggle of life etaU be o'er. And fied, ismy spirit to the far difint shore, TU look from my star-home, mid bngktt sonny flowers, And strew thy smooth p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 September 1857

4 INDEPt) W D £ X T'.l'N 9 C«H5 *3i .r'rffrfjt'H'* ".*! n.t •y-l^ • ' ft to: r: I 'Of =22 1 C i Editor SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1857. Tft tH JUff.t M* of W *wgMi flHy.. j world to denounce (in and uphold risrtit f^l&STERN T$XIAN J eb&y Saturday <d fa In the last Niles Republican, I see it j t|0« but commanded corner of Coli&r*t&2 Montezuma *&•> A o o u s n i n e', Tex as high mission of the ministry—preachiiig|aj| Israel." You look upon slavery asthe!tll0S^ tenacious. A thread of it, of any fr, _xj At C^rf ^Tar^'one "j*+* oTitfiy1two vqhi* the Gospel, and ende^'priny; to bring sin- j combination of all evils, and (eel compel! KSrS, (izr edvanae, hers to repentance—to denounce the iusti- ie(j ^ denounce it, fSPMS OF THE TEXI*N. St Afaftix nSftBihs. ,...4 00 Hftrnwit will be se*t oxi% of th^ Goattty, (ex- «*1«« the fflonej .$10 00 «w t®r fcaatii. and to persons advertistsg by "greater feSgth. and to persona NOTK^a'o*0^^®'o^t- For State or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 September 1857

THE EASTERN TEXIAN. SATURDAY MORNING 8EPREMBEB 5 Agents for fhe Texian- The following gentlemen ire author- ized to act as Agents for the Texian; re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wm. Hewitt, sen., Shelhyvtlle, Texas. D. MoMahon, Burkville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Bluff. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Go. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Cf San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. Mail Arrangements. jf r rivals and D ep ar tures. Tarkingston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 175 miles, sad back once a week: Loaves Lgmohbarg, Monday 6 a. in., arrives at San Augustine, Friday 6 p. m; loavee|San -Monday, 6 a- ni-, afriveaat '• Friday, fc p. m. Augustine, 92 miles, and back, twice a week: Leave Saa Augustine Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m.f arrives at Marshall Wednesday and 8atnrday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thursday and Sun- day, 5 a, tn., arrives at 8an Augustine, Sat- urday aad Tuesday, 12 m. Marion—from San Augus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 September 1857

*• 'M * op the Rage for the Goodwqod Cup.—Tlte London Times has the following in relation to the race fop the Goodwood cup : The Americans regarded the success of one of their horses with ho little con fidenee, and it must be confessed that although Pryor and Pryoress were de- feated, they were sot disgraced, and the general opinion was that the Ameri- can horses might have figured more prominently had they been entrusted to men more experienced and accomplished in their profession as English jockeys. Iadfcea. rryoress looked all over the winner at the distance. t The s tartly as made with difficulty, yawing to factiousness, which made several breakings away. When the flag was dropped, Viscount rushed to the front* but on reaching the grand •tand. Risebar, who was pulling hard went up to-him, Viscount, Monarque, gunboat, Fisherman and Melissa clus- sring well up, the American horses bringing up the rear. On turning out the straight, however, pryoress em- erged from the "ruck," and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 5 September 1857

* ;%d&g ■ Me. -v«rdS^r.&&&&■ : '; 4' •: V*v iil / The Missouri Election.—TFfo m 4htgrrmr? —The St. Louis Republican of the 15tfc inst. Says: We have revisedour table of elec- tion returns in several particulars— S^h^Rfertinguished by a * all the coun- ties from which official retains have been received at the office of the Secret tftfjfof State—have compared previous returns with those which have reached *8 in papers from immediate counties and districts—and have added reported majorities from several counties not before heard from. The result has been to give Major Rollins a majority of 273 in 108 counties—leaving Butler, Dunklin, Oregon, Shannon and Ripley to hear from. These- counties gave Buchanan 960 and Fillmore 227 votes; butit is conceded that the vote for Governor will be much closer. There ■was a rumor yesterday eveniDg that all the counties 'except Shannon and Ore- gon had been heard from, but of that we know nothing, and give little credit tfilL If th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 September 1857

f:\ J* */ «** m WM A \ 11 J* mix* #14 , W< ===aa===5rr Editor and Ptfblistar. l4' INDEPENDENT -4cf "' SSsIigliS tCBUJR SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1857/ fctt> &8fc ASTERN TEXIAN, Saturday at the of Columbia ezuma sts., stine, Texas. >the texian. rwr oi fifty-two nmo- , Muffin • •—** 50 *4« j .,,1.m.....m..W 0 E-tf aot in ad^anes., .8 gj A^W si* Months. 4 GO ; will be Bent cat of the County, (ex- , -esjx.osiWe agtmta,) nnleea the money mIm order, 8?®asfehs, Thronghooithe State, . r Med t®*ct as Agents for the Texian, t*# "OT *DVKBT18ISO ^ >vs r-' M—Of tea lipes or less, first fnssr- t2 F«otUr^ each sabssffcn* ie**ien, j;'lTT6 CA? ■SPTOw- ** , - For S*a* or District .. : fer Oonntyoffices # e. *ET> We will be oompelled to decline tegal ad- wm bo Mttlj ehwfUy. end expeditiously executed it iflf lfOBNING.......*«P *mbwr9 Crow in Lbd®.—A correspondent of the Telegraph, writiug from Leon noanty. ays the crops are one month late, and have suffered ftom a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 September 1857

•:*£' :'^rc^.-r * «§& * ?;■ T " '-> m S§S %%* v H ' *£jsB§k^. •/:•«■•., &v - s ■ f:-' . THE EASTERN TEXIAN, B vfu D V KORKINO 8EPREMBER 12 si >M i ri «? Afsmts for the Testa — The following gentlemen are author- ized to act as Agents for the Texiau; re- CW^R and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wit &ewitt, sen , Shelhyvtlle, Texas W, C. McDaniel, ) nj, • ' r, B.McCL m. j MUim, SahneCo. D. MoMahon. Burkville, Newton county 8. Weiss, Weiss' Btuff " John W. Taber, Natchitoches. La. , _ Jasper. Jaspem: Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Of San Augustine, is our General Agent 4 for Eastern Texas. 3te= Mail Arrangements. Arrivals and departures. g—by Tsrkiogston's Prairie, Li ,175 miles, and buck once • we?k: burp.Monday 6 a. m. arrives " y 6 p. ;le *e^rt n m & 4* Lyncb"tf„ •thall—tr ta Sao *ogastme, 92 mnw, Mid hack, twice a week: Le**e >an Aogwtine «nd Tnanday, 1 p. nk.t arrives at Marshall Wednesday and Saturday, 8 p m.; Leave Marshall every Thurs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 September 1857

1 . f % K I * * r 1/ M teekexrifcteatubk ' 1: ' ** .xr-r.-.-ir ->: ■'. Fiwn the accounts received, wa find Will be/ ill pari, composed of the folio whig gent'emen: ? senators holding oveb. ■ %J)emacrats. \- M D K Taylor, or C** jonnty. -Toriftthati RnfseH, of Wood, m mm Wm H lOUatUO. WSfP^fy'"*> >f Henderson, idl* Guadaiope. M Hopkius. «t Bowie. Lott, ot Smith. Burroughs, of Sabine. ,T#- sM ,i non. ,VM| -i *i !:• > *vf* V ■fe w i* JoW©aJdweli, oi. Bas. rop. RobWteJlcTayJori erf Faouiu. M Milltcan, of 'Brazos. flMfSKSfcy'. : Gr.Jtues of Grim*^ HEW SENATORS ELECTED. Democrats li M ,Pot?er> oi (}«! vfstoo. H^G- of Harris. F. S. Stoekdale, oi. CfiihoHB.' CB Sftf p'paid, of iVa>b;iig:0Q. Geo B Erftil). of McLeiiuati. t >*afecvw,,iaj£of Brazoria. -J.. , . J f> Graham, of Ensk, R HGnion, of Cherokee. C C Hefbert^ol Colorado. - Independent. ^ v.u i J N Faft,*Nogdo*- he* and Angelina, j *2*1 REPRESENTATIVES, v - lmiepmdent. Wm Smith, Jel&reoo and Orange. A Rhodes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 12 September 1857

ETICAL. ECONOMY. \ THE LORD'S PBAYEB. * m^mmsm If my be distressed and fain would gather Som« comfort, let him haste onto Oar Father; For w« of hopo and help are quite bereaves Except Thoa succor ae, f fw ut lit heaves. Theushowset mercy, therefore for tha We praise Thee, ringing Hallowed be>Thy name. - Of allwur mUeriee oeet up the son ; Show oe Thy joys, aad lee Thy kingdom come. We mortal are, and alter fro* ear birth; Thou constant art, Thy will be done on earth. Hum mad'st the earth ae weJ at plaaets ssven, Thy sane be blessed here, la 'tis in Heaven. Giro ns this day Wherewith to dotho us, wherewith to be fed. For without thee we want 'at?.* Ov * ily bread, Vbut want no feults, tor no day « Forgive us car trespasses. No man from sinning ever free did live, Fofgivu as, Letd, our sins, Ae we forgive. If ws repentour faults, Thou ne^er disdaissst as; —«— m.—>■A ^ . ■ 6- f TWW*!* «.V\ ti •.* MX That trespass against us; Forgive us that ispast, a new path tread as; Stoat as a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 September 1857

:; € mm k m- ff <*MT 'j*4tiT~,.§a^.-i-.'!. / r. tvsnmt ■ •.. . -V; -S^S f t< ?v.' Mr*'* f vs.-:. .7. ofc U-tW AQ<hl #'j S#©;;!! •f •#* '««* • ■ *stti"s'fi'i ■- 3?-^ 4=; aioo.'?ai, stw mmi Tu -.; _■ < Mi'? i • I - W £ " & H>: § 4^--:. ,. "•rriv. nmn x •' *>ijl Vd A; INDEPENDENT IN P O UIT I CS . W&$a&i,. ,,fa f, -,,,; Ti a ~ ■■ •*• '•'"I-'?* . i'fev. ■ .>., *;pi% SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1857. -i Sii ;</{., Af iimi i k If '""I r " vi T*T iqnowfi*. 5')i Jjjj ■ ; .•>;} iil.W-/, if'ffiil 1 k2.*, . l:x'f •"?!' i KN TEXIAN, at the ed every Saturday * cobief of Columbia * 'ffiontezuma sts., iti n'e, texas. r tuij'j :*■■ „ THE TEXUN. one year of fifty-two Bnm (fa Advance;). $2 50 Sn^Cokss,*!^ J3o vii&y, ,...ul0 00 sot. in advaoce..........3 00 :eraut months 4 00 8eht out of the County, (ex- nsible agents,) unless the money order, HASTJS&8, Throughout the State, ■ ' to aet aa Agents for the Texian ! -* * *i py **'*%£ ino . "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 September 1857

w V- ^ "... WkA- IKf. >$r; X:^-" THE EASTERN TEXIAN. baturdat morning 8eprember 19. Agents to the Tartan- The following gentlemen are author- ised to act as Agents for the Te^ian; re- oeive and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: W*. Hewitt, skn., ShelhyvtUe, Texas• P. McMahon, Burkville, Newton county. 8. Weiss, Weiss' Bluff. Jobs W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J. L, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, San Augustine, is our General Agent for Eastern Texas. m'"' Mail Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. rkiagstoa'e Prairie, «, «*dj>ack If^GAAttgustiD*, Fri _ _ August hie every Monday, 6 a. m., arrivesat Lynebthurg every Friday, 6 p. m. Marshall—trm San Atigustiae, 92 miles, sod <? back, 1wiee a week: Leave San AngneUae Monday and Thursday, 1 p. m„ arrives at Marshall Wednesday andSatarday,8 p ffi.; . Leave Marshall every T&oraday and Sun- day, 5 a, m., arrives at San Angnstiae, Sat ttraay and Tuesday, 12 m. Marten —from San Angnetine 20 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 September 1857

■msmm TTrfVii ; t .12 k Consulship Begging.—The ETn- $ States Government is in needpf a S tod sotmd cheap Democrat, to rake f . e office of Consul at Lvierpool. It declined by Mr. John W. Forney, en "when decorated with extra induce- 3nts, to make it more atractive to him. i has also been offered to Mr. Bewrly jckeiybat that gentleman has gone f fco a minnte calculation of the cost of / i ^iag in Liverpool, and the expense of sdntaining the dignity of the nation ur tlat pprt, and he finds that he can p. >t afford to take the office and its c ities on His shoulders for seven thou- nd dollars a year. So he, to, decline^ " be the United States Consul at Liv- pool. Mr. Hawthorne, it appears, tiTiS complainrd of the inadeqnancy of the salary for a geat eman accustomed vj theelegancies of life, and doubtless 3 dissatiafection with the office will sakf^others reluctant t© take it. So ;ir most important foreign consulship ^dsfaicto remain vacant, unless some leap, hard working Democrat, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 19 September 1857

** # - —p SB '■ JUb Beginning of the World. The fdUo^ing'extract from a sermon Of Mr^purgeori^ the famous English preach er, is a specimen of the eloquence which Withioa year or two has rendered his .Dame familiar iu both hemispheres : Can any man tell me when the beginning \ as? Years ago we thought the begin Ding of this world was when Adam came upon it;' but we have discovered that thousand* of yfeafa before that, God was preparing chaotic matter to make it a fit abode for man ; "muting rSces of creatures upon it* who might- die and leave behind fftfe maV&iS bT^His -handiwork and rrarvel ous skill, before,lie tried His hand on men But is was not the beginning; for rev elation points us to a period long ere this world .was ''feshidrted—^-to the days when Tfiorning stars were begotten ; when like drops of dew from the. fiugers of th morning, stars and constellations tell trick liijg from.the hand of .God ; when, by^His *>WfU'V>ps he launched forth ponderous orbs: ithHis o...

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