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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 October 1857

EASTERN TEXIAN, every Saturday at the ofce, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., Si H A u G U ST bf B, T E X A.S. : • ■ T>, •'' . OFTHE TEXI N SlKttUlCtlPT ... • "be**, (ia fnf iida y« r mI fifty-two OT"I be*«, (ia *dv**ee,)....•••• v-f2 ®- «-;• di ....8 0« > After mc ......4 W) _i11 * wnt «ntof h« tV. "Hi'. •-'Sfs P** •* M\StB S, mm Ttqaextwi to net« : TS • *3-. - « • . ' f«is •r the TV TJH* 9 a df.| id it will *i fW^ • -.IF ■i. kW. p*r «10 On " tW dWTT(wm. t« or Jm ♦he ye%r r , ' « • .M HoTICKH Of Ca*D*D *T*& Fftf of D'frtncr effi^og fen «tdUrs Fo«- Countj«ffi<v fite ftf We will b* cmp«U«i i decline egal ad onlfM p id for *d *d gncfe imrjm WO <K. of dwcription.will bcsMtlv, cheAfly. end expeditiously executed Office si"" W*L>NfcSDv¥ MORNING 30 i '■ '' The t>i8bbty Gazette — We have tor '• .... ■ ' •' v 1m the lime been favored with a copy of s neat li'tie paper; arid Hud the flatter- ing notice* of i t merit*, which have often appeared in the G^lvesion pape...

Publication Title: Eastern Texian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 October 1857

ssm is sea SATURDAY MO&NI * * pfe# Wnlihhtf . for the Texiaa. The following gentlemen are author, bted to act as Agents for the Texian; re- eaive and receipt for subscriptions, adver tisements, job work, etc.: \ Wu. Hewitt, sen., Shelbyvtlle, Texas' 4 to n i i, Sabine Co. tf. b. mcdani BTMcClosmx V. McMabon, Burkville, Newton county. S. Weiss, Win**' Btvff John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. J.L. Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, S«n Augustine, w our General Agent jar Eastern Texas. Mall Arrangements. Arrivals and Departures. Hinekbwrg—hj Tarkingston's Prairie, Liv- ingston, 176 miles, sod back once ft week: Leaves Lynchburg, Monday 6 a. in., arrives at San Angoatine, Friday 6 p to; leaves'San tvery Monday, 6 every Friday , jp* m. :Sanj " iarsd«£ i p. £m-i sdnesday asd Saturday, 8 p m.; lall every Thursday and 8uo- i a, n., arrives at Ban Angnatine, Sat^ and Tuesday, 12 m. tfarion—from San Augustine 80 miles, and baek, onoe a week: Leave San Augustine every Tuesday at 7 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 October 1857

! •- M -• % LvTEnfBT^G^ Pillow. Memphis- Bulletin, in -xn address * the people of Tennessee, 3nr r,ra ing himself a candidate for the ijives a history of some passag- es in thp«0ndict of the Mexican war, mrac fore revealed to the public. It &pp&* > ifrat Gen. P. was the confiden- .v % esentative of the ^President, in- Tested kind of surveillance over Mr. Trist, tb6 Commissioner; at Pveh'a, 4 secret negotiation was enter-, td. into between Mi. Trist, and Gen. >t£ oad Saftta ABiia, by which the iQCifci* receive a million of dol- lars to peace afifer a battle, an ar- nusiice, and the su irrenfler of the City v? Mr .vi je ; that Gen. Pillow opposed it. aad project was abandoned; .that, afterwards, when our army was, 'in ..the valley of Mexico, the scheme > r. twrastect in, and 4at upon Gen. ? "s Wort'of 'the facta?, tb the Presi- f list was recalled ' and that out : :i -ecall, thus procured, grew his Iia; es with Gen. Sdptt -that chief- >ind being poisoned by Trist. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 3 October 1857

m ife '&r- m -- mfm&wW®W£W *~ """ ' M 'v~" jjj' " %DLJA£ W For the Texian. 8i MKJX rt k iftiasB*. A $ 'v - , , T^Mfi T —ia « «*■! . W BIWll ^Vl® TlBvf stroll through meadows pwi end | forget-their ohnrms despise, nd think on one who's fir away ; lad when the birds their joyous notes Are pouring forth from bower and tree, shall mingle with the throng— Lizzie, thou wilt think of me. When to the busy throng you tarn And*f« ell moving, brisk end gay, WbfkmwiiR of 7«atl)hl l«m*Knm You'll think of ene who's for w y. Whilst sighing for thy t*#t friends That for o'er wiw or wilds may be* 0h( Lizzie. wi h their memory Mend A single kind, gweet thought of me. liny happy virtu# guide thy yonth, AW give dull cere a farewell ley; Then. In thy thoughts of j y end truth | Mingle thoughts of him who's far away. When evenine's riinddwi sofrty steel, ,And " twinkling stars " look down in glee, I know that in your heart you'll feel * A thrilling thought of—4* love and mt.n And in return, 111 g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 October 1857

VfeV.l. !*>•.'" nfil -.1. ft* ■'* .'V' « •?>.• •:• v' - •"• -"ut ■, ■"'. -.*• f/* h?-*"-£ * 'J -v±aSc -*©ee. W. King, • >- — V..M<.H«, *t.«W ' '•'ii * *• K . i.> . -*' ' «'< M **•*' "• '' •' Independent in politics. :« 4 "'b i-... ■ Editor feiia F^b&lier. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1857. fo.m BN TEXIAN, #7 published every Saturday at office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma stsi, •|l4l|l-t4:®«®r8TiNE> TEXAS. TERMS OF THE TEXI %N. (Knout Co*r—For on* year of fifty-two nnm (la advance*)*..... • •........ $2 60 is, d® *a . ••►• **•■• t*•"i ir-rlt not ia advance. .8. ,00 „ ' After six months ^00 No papers irfll be sent out of the County, (ex- _ V; Mpt toreaponstble agents,) unless the money Throughout the State, — _ Agents for the Texiccn. iv k bt i'K t l-s ik 8 I V-i wards ^ UGOERA THE DANE. FROM THE ITALIAN. Uggero, son of Godfrey, King of Denmarky was one of the most renown- ed warriors of the days of Charle- magne. Under Duke Namo of Bava- r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 October 1857

EASTERN TEIIAH. SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 10 .-fr; Agents to the Tsadsn. —The following gentlemen are author- ised to act as Agents for the Texian; re- , OeYve |nd receipt for subscript ions, adver- tisements, job work, etc.: Wm. Hewitt. sen., Shelbywlle, Texas' sMm0t- D m cMahom, Burkville, Newton county. B. Wiraw, Weiss' Btvff. W. TaBER, natckitochcsj l(l. I T,, Holland, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MONTGOMERY, 0/ *•'* ir our General Agent far Eastern Texas. Moll Arrangements. *iv a Is and, Departures. burg—hy TarJsinjstou's Prwrie, Li* • gston, 175 mlies, and b*ck once & week: 7 t fM Lynch burg, Monday S .b., *rci*« Anjrustise, Friday 6 pm; leaves 6mU J- - arrf PACIFIC RAILROAD. We have received a neat little pamphlet from Washington, containing the bill ae reported by Mr. Denver, of California, (Chairman of the select Committee of the House,) reported to the last Congress.— The pamphlet also contains the principal arguments in favor of the construction of the road, and advocates t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 October 1857

Oeslflgieal formation of Texas. •r. j). K. the editorial correspondent of ^ j&feeBton News, gives some very interesting facts in reference to the geology of our State: ' Dr. Moore has been spending consid- erable time in comparing the few speci- mens^® lias collected in order to identi- & some of the geological formations of Texas, and I was much interested in SecooqMUiying him yesterday to the Academy of Natural Sciences, where he entered Into a minute description of many of the specimens exhibited there. He informed me that the great fossil- iferous and metaliferous region of Tex- as extends from about one hundred jniles East of El Paso to near Las Moras, a tract of country hitherto deem- ed valueless. What hidden wealth ciay lie beneath its surface will be for iature ages to develope, but that some steps should be taken to ascertain where ?uch minerals; as we require for every day use, are to be found, there can but hi one opinion, as we are, up to this time* in total ign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 10 October 1857

m%rtf Sfi! B! POETICAL. 'is*'* ... TAB HOME OF THE HEART. *B home where the heart la, where'er its loved ones dwell, la cities or in cottages, thronged haunts or mos •y dell! The heart'e a roTer ever, end thus, on wave or wild, The maidea with her lover walks—the mother with her ohildl *T!a bright where'er the heart is, its fairy spell Fresh fountains to the wilderness, and to the deeert, spring! Dun's a green Isle in each ooean, o'er which affection glides, Aad a haven on each sunny shore, whew love's the star that guides. Tie free where'er the heart is—for i^vfnw nor ~ dungeons dim, Can check the mind's aspiring, the spirit's peal- iag'hymiil i heart gives lifo its motion—its glory and ifpawsi— <Tb wal%ht ta ile rippling ■kream, aadeoftdew JttUXAMTELL. More then 400 years ago, the coun- try which goes by the name of Switzer- land, was under the Austrian Govern- ment and the people were little better than staves. rhey were made to pay heavy taxes, and to perform the most menial ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 October 1857

Ww :J 11 I / / =•= Geo. W. King, as gfm_ ■ " INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS Editor and P SAN AUGUSTINE. TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1857. C> 47 THE EASTERN TEXIAN, ¥ the _ €tiery Saturday corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts., * A u G U 8 T I N E, T E X A S . TERMS OF THE TEXI N BntoLZ Copy For one y«ar of fifty-two dtito bere, (in advance,)...V $2 <> PtT* Corns, «1o .... Srsout C«W—If not in advance .- <S " • <o .•&' Afters« months...* 4 TO No papers will tw 8*nt out of rhe Oountj, (ex eept to responsible agents,) auless the money •ecatoeaniea the order. i «a^PaSTMASTS-<:8, Throughout the State. •m reaaeetpd to act as Agents for the Texian. • -51 B J* 8 8 O T A f V 8 R * I 81 SO 0*« 8«0i«e—Of tea lines or let-s, first lqeer to dollar, each subeeqrfeut insertion, iarU*: WJf t>y. Improvement of Bed River. Natchitoches Chronicle we |krehts T^cpfcdemfting in others as un pardonaj^ the vei*y things which they jn SlfLw there- daughter abhors these things, and when port...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 October 1857

weam iihig to prevent «he consummation siirps so disreputable to the Gov- .. I at once wrote to President v ig- htm.a fait account of the ne- •>n* and tbe steps adopted towards Mnent; Upon the reception of this ®^;,onf the President promptly re- Tri«t Vithdrew from him all jfjjrajjEfttv to act as commissioner, and di- Ma-n.. Scott to send him back tt the States. : '3ts^v 11%##®! ■ pgpl||8 ypn •vti; Eggs** f SW^SU.;4* & >• $0m 1 ■ - all, however, was not received Scott had resumed offensive op- id the army had entered the Ci CO. aisticO«$ted fifteen days, dnr- Sania Anna had completed es, had removed his,heavy ar- ;n El Pmoa and Mesicalzingo, .eorganized and recruited his ar- : ad 25,000 fighting men in the ;then he announced that the ar ,vas at an end. And in the afier s of the army—made necessary . v • armistice, and by giving up all the *d es gained by the first two bloody -r we lost in kitted and wounded 1 -2 in ; so that the army had to at- : vQi ;c. thf error J f its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 October 1857

m « -• \ r lj and three daily newspapers are prin- - ted afltd published .in Minnesota. Of these seventeen are Republican in poli- ties, fourteen are Democratic, and twelve are Independent. More than one half of these forty-three ne wspapers * are feas than one year old. Nine of them date the commencement of their * "esaateaace within the past two months. Another instance of tape worm < red by the use of Dr. M'Lane's cele- brated vermifuge, prepared by Fleming BwSv" . T. * New York, October 15, 1852. This is to certify that I was troubled m ith a tape worm for more than six months. I tried all the known reme- for this dreadful, affliction, but without being able to destroy it. I * bat ons of Dr. M'Lanes Almanacs, which contained notices of several won- 4grfgl cures, that had been performed by his celebrated Vermifuge, prepared !jy Fleming Bros. I resolved to try it, vrKf. immediately purchased a bottle, trhich I took acconling to directions ; rod the result was, I discharged one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 24 October 1857

I I " ; •"a - • ■' .- z- ^ k#*^ -tffc^rr^j ;^'r i I -> ••-;;■ v-v,, -_- "•-- ' • ^ 'U OFESSIONAL CARDS. Wm. W. WALLACE T 0 R N E Y AT LAW. his services to the public in the Courts an Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina Iby, and in the District Court i f the tates, and Supreme Court in their see Tyler. ugustine July#185Y. 16 Payne & Williams, LNET8 AND COUNSELLORS L&m <3 San Augustine Texas. ILL practice in the Courts of 6th Judicial District of Texas. ^ >n per cent for collections Appearance in District Court not less than Ten Dollars In Inferior Courts, Fire Dollars. Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not l =s than Five Dollars .^•-No services rendered unless the fee is secured. noly Richard F. Slaughter, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A T LAW , :- I - " SAN AUGUSTINE TEXAS, Vl/ ILL practice in ths Courts of Nacogdoches, f f Angelina, Jasper, Newton, Sabine, Shelby, and Sail Augustine, and general collecting •gent for eastern Teaas. L Qffio*—Weet-pHa of tS><gqn ro, San A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 October 1857

. ¥V: H Editor and INDEPESfDEI* Geo. VV. Kuig, SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1857. sfsgpte THE EASTERN TEX1AN, Ii published every Saturday at the office, corner of Columbia and Montezuma sts SAN xIT G U s TIXE, Texas. TMM3 Of THE TEXIAN. Single Cutt'-For xme year of fifty-two Mm ; Kw3, <iu ^tmkSC,) . • ®J{ Copibw,. do .•: •* =.,• • •.♦••• i" vjj Auiduc Gopy -If not ia a«ivaucc. 3 tw ■^L " do "** * 1 After six months 4 00 No papers "Will r>e sent cut of the County, (ex- cept to :«jx>aHible agents,) unless the money ' gjjf\g "[-1 ;/si Throughout tbe State, v n,. i r>i *;i> ; . 0.T* B<jclafc -tii ten liirOfl or less, first inser- tion, otre. dollar , each, subsequent insertion, ! fifty eelm. "!*■ Cards—Of eae'square,* per annum, $10 00 Liberal deduexions made for advertisements of greater iuid to poisons advertising by 'tbeyear or quarterly. . Notices or casdipaths— For iState or District <,(fffioes. i ten (t iUsrs For, C*>antyofficea five. We will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 October 1857

/ THE ;rn texian. UNO, OCTOBER 31. K.: - ilsi ■PfssHlg ifesi jw'-ar ^M-isr V Hi ^vf-rw raggMgAI for the Texian- ;wsng gemfemen are author- |s Agents for the Texiao; re- ceipt for subscriptions, adver- fob work, etc.: -sirc, sen , Shelhyville, Texas- '*" \ Milam, Sabine Co. z®-K"iUe% Newton county. Muff.. A . t.ckitoches, La. • ~j,er, Jasper Co. NTGOMEB Y, is our General Agent erri Texas. TTTF. LEGISLATURE—THE SENA TOES HIP. GEN. HENDERSON. ents. a r tures. It appears to be generally supposed that among the first questions which wilj engage the attention of the Legis- lature at its approaching session will be the election of a Senator to supply the place of Gen. Rusk, and, as two Sena- tors are to be elected at the present session, it may be that they will nat await Gen. Houston's pleasure to send in his resignation, but will proceed at once, while the matter is before them to elect his successor also. , As the Legislature is almost entirely Demoeratic.j it is hardly probable that an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 October 1857

mi.Ms> i Berwick's PROFESSIONAL CARDS SABINE PASS EDUCATIOAL Not Money butconfidence want- ed.—The present financial difficulties are well ilWrated by the quaint old story of a Frenchman, who deposited his savings with a thrifty tradesman. A time of trouble came, the Frenchman was alarmed, and called for the money which was promptly tendered him. On second thought, however, he begged the tradesman to keep it, explaining him- self after this fashion : " Yon no av ze money, zen I want it quick ; but if you av ze money, I no want it at all."—N. Y. Sim . " Wasn't that a waste of powder ? " >aid an Irishman to a Kentuckian, who >«ad just brought down a coon from a ree with his rifle/ Why so Pat?" aked the hunter. " Sure the fall would him." At a recent trial in Wisconsis, the ul^ect Of controversy was a demijohn >f whiskey, which was ordered to be into court. The defendant _ so.ww fewmsfcef—iu •iner words, the whiskey was drunk" .nd so was the jury. vl lanev^rmfuge in texas H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 31 October 1857

TTp the TJllua—A Shark Story. In tlie month of June, 1838,1 was on board the bark Calcutta, at anchor off the Ullua. My gig was manned and alongside, and I and my friend Tom Carey were going up the river to look after our stevedore,who had been sent up some days before to select a raft of ma- The sea breeze had set in aud the afternoon was cool hing. Don't misunderstand think it was really cool—it ^comparatively so. The sea «2sut modified the sultry at the morning ; the ther at 82 degrees in the hogany IIS "' ' - 1 v. •. v PSgM wJX put on our dress coat; m*: although we were going gfep • ■/ ' . >an of no small ynpor- • Ms—the captain of the . v -iers.' But having duly Vea of clean ik, and taking our pea-coats -\tus from the chill of the eve • . i:..stepped into our little four • .o-and started for the river bad always been the * \\ )f the whole fleet; she was 1 the bow, .light and bouy- 0, and was without doubt a er. red the bar I could see the ing on it in a remarkably un JUt ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 21 November 1857

w#ew«eyw -iAasK- yffljpe*" r .Ki TliT IH3T0A3 7! ■MI iij8MyBafeiJgm*«g>^^p •sjMtaS & * *** i Isl . i-i'itf Gee^w. King, Editor aud Publisher INDEPENDENT SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1857. THE LATE SENATOR RUSK xian. B AN- ERJT TEXIAN, •yi - - ; ' - • ■ i v.- mry Saturday at the 'ice, corner of Columbia and Montezuma , sts., A U 0.0 S®1 B, T EX AS. -• •'.' ■■ ' TERMS OF TH# TEXUN. • - Single Copy—For one year of fifty-two num- bers, (In ••••/fj j>j| Fiva Combs, do 0® SistfLg Uorr—ITnot ia advance........*>3 w do After si* months.... -,4 w No papers will sent oxrt of the Goonty, (w eeftt to responsible agents,) ■• unices the tnoney " -accompaniestbeorder, -• '• x jp p *STMJLSIBif64 Throughout the State. OxTtmn^^ to act aaAewta Jfor the Texiam Bif*s of aVriatfifHN o , Oxs Squakk—Of lws fittt iMer- v tton, oae dollar, each subsequent insertion, " fiftj^o ts. ' ' " -, • Cabm—Of one. square, per annum,... .#10 00 Liberal deductions male for advertisements of g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 21 November 1857

EASTERN TEXIAN. 81TUHD\Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. Ageots tor the Texian- The following geutlemen are author- ixedto actas Agents for the Texian; re- c *i ve and receipt for subscriptions, adver- tisements, job Work, etc.: Wit. Hgwitt. sej) , Shelbyville. Texas' w. c. «cdaniel. ) mv. „ ,. „ B. McCloskev, ! MUam- ** <*>• D. Burkviilc. Newton county. 8. VVei.-s, We :* Blvff John YV. Tatvkk, JSatckitwhex, La. I T-, hrittakb, Jasper, Jasper Co. JOHN MOaTGOMEB Y.. O >!:in A ug ustine, is our General Agent for M !stern Texas. , ■ c Mali An-anfeiHcnts. :? rivals a n d departure s. ... .-$• M. - l ii hk*irg—h? Tarkiocstoa's Prwrie, L* - ' igstoa >75 iuii«8 nnd back ocoeaweek: ■•.-eaves I fnqhbTvrji, Monday 6 a. m., arrives t Sa 3 4Ttgu*tifir, Friday 6 p tn; leaves S*b agug-ine ewi1 M nday 6a. ra., arrives a' i.yaeh^arg ete-y f rid«y, 6 p. m. - 5vi?< Augustine, 92 miles, and ■ k, twice a weak : Le**e San Augustine M•ad*y and Thursday, 1 p. m., arrives at • .'arsfaail Wedneeaay and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 21 November 1857

Equal to Choate.—In Mi. Everett's Agricultural Address Snturday, there ts one sentence of fifty •tight lines without a single period. Thai is equal to Mf. Cttoate, wfcohas three pasjes of bis TPelisler oration without a pau«e. [ Boston Bee. Yes. but there is a very marked difference, aayf the Louisville Journal, in the effect. In fading one 4t~ Chout'e's interminable ■eniWnce* you feel as it caught up su a whirlwind, and borne off to the iiwniu«-iii uerii d£your C0n*t;ion8tieas, His sentence tirif7takt-« away your breath. Everett's n the contrary, takes yon softly upon its osom, a> zephyr teceivfg a litnesotn or *ffu0te, and. wafting you from earth to sesven and around the circling globe in a ort ot d$l «$jjius (any dream, returns yon the markets. The N. 0. papers chronicle, the ad- vent of better times in financial circles. Money has become easier, and exchange moves freely—during the week it sprung up to par, though towards the close there was again a decline. Cotton.—On Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Eastern Texian — 21 November 1857

m£ Jl Good'un.—The N. 0. Picayune relates an amusing anecdote of an auc- tioneer, whowas crying his wares when a green horn stepped in. . It says : Tiie mdividual gazed as intently as he could at the auctioneer, while he sustained himself; against a friendly |Jwt; and the man of the hammer hav- ing named a price above the then pend- ing bid, nodded significantly and inter- rogatively to the stranger, who, to the great satisfaction of the original and professional nodder, nodded in return. The bidding became more spirited, and he of the hammer and the stranger, un- til the piece of goods was finally pro- nounced sold to the latter. "Your •name," shouted the auctioneer, in the most business like manner possible. " Name I " growled the individual ad- dressed, " Name—thunder! I thought yer knowed me. when yer nodded to me, and so I nodded back again. Go to thunder with yer old going, gone shop ; I'm no peddler." There was a roar as the stranger stalked out of the room, and the auc- tion...

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