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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 November 1856

■V'- !&■ Uijy I®' T*^—— MM . • stv-•%('> === I GALVESTON, nd B!**? <S* ■>;" -• V. iky BJtO'WR, I . 14 IN«. tdeatial Elect yBiP^K^Bg of « toral vote of 1858, is of, mean*/of comparison at the \ republish U for tbe use of our «tody of politic ! statistics: •1 I .419.. ...188.. ..198.. 9 Choctaw Indians re his opinion, it would be much w.. to Arkannu ud wi.lof irihey remain the nation will, in a extinct. y % ^ „ The nembwofvo*. it contains is 450,000 ; and one of the they occupy fifteen __ The position of the ¡ Library among the principal libraries of Europe is seen in the following comparative statement; Volumes. Ptriafl) National Lihraiy 824,000 Munich Royal Library -60¡¡nííí i British Museum Library 450,000 [Imperial Library 446,000 Royal Library 412,000 Royal Library 419,000 Library 313,000 Library * 300,000 National Library. 200,000 rDucal Library .. 187 000 Stottgard Royal Library -180,000 Paris (2] Arsenal Library 180,000 i Brora Library - -170,0W (3) St. Geoivieve ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 November 1856

'toltuid I U«c el«t KSSFJKÚT4 to ithoa- 'he sacred i men of ¡to escape when * **" i P® wheuthey commit aimi- iIÜ^0 oth«r people - Ti lj A oonsecnited bird P ' ,™ rh. ChiDg. polJtíc, '• ZZT£*;:™17, 'Mi l. tod. ™,..,!,,,, ££ ™L°0,S"*i,"db>"l« g,- f JTSL ny "5f tho« whofcted Utt? B0.0nt of Attachment jb the disapproved of the coibe he i tu lion of politics fqf'piety, Blted In great icjaiy to the " f - ' ' t'¿ \ of the Shawmat Church, •y thelgth ult.in «dis- people, to aroase them to the evangelical chtirohes of > hundred less members now, ^And yet the population of ^by nearly sixty thousand a letter addressed to York Observer, just i matter for refiee- of 'our churches, Sency if not alarm. 1 in the political e*- [ aifd swelling as the , and even min- It has, in some ilpi( into a political 'ings, how can re- Vng unto Casar the i am afraid we shall he things whioh are t members of churoh- _• enter into tempta- I which íb not of this ate our energies to nally do we subserve 1 that m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 November 1856

'• Sí ILand ' - H jkkal, Fatter*,u, U 'I J, Goodfin, A. Fore, S. >ore' .. ...... Asst. Clerk deepl Borne months "' f me over his wine s that «re i about «8 thick as r crown, and as brittle as gnu , which be oal taéíúSStoof "■"¿^and^ded thatitwM^m- Fitenwfaacertiine/ thaTpotaab and aoda exist-' edin the deposit. Now, these mineral are very deficient in the soil of the island. Here, then, was rood reason for deep trenching. The vine, to sup- nWUa mineral wants, robbed the toil bo fast of what Hole alkali it contained, that nothing bnt the open inc of a great depth to the action of the roots would keep np the supply for many years; for the roots of delicate plants wjll not travel through earth that haa Gudeifañd other markets. Thsee gardens aTe not only profosely manured, but deeply filled; and in many cases, the ral—1 *— —• •« *>> course of time, to tt replace the amount ■■ ' been exhausted in the soil above. Deep plowing m therefore, of the first importance, and the lighter,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 November 1856

IP TO KB P K ICES. = (Jalvkston, Nov. 15, 1856 ....*yd.$.. ¿2 & :** "' low íkhM- Yellow..... 10 00 12 00 U 00 @ U 50 15 00 «$ 20 00 80 O0 , @1 Star ofTOu* Sloop Elisabeth Brazoria SffiSE" ~ mv at tliePart ! derSOtam Jane M M ic—Mai iiosendale.....:.%) bbl K.BUfMf- iahlire......... Kuhn's Java. York at Joe Dart Althea Emily Wtt* Symph Sloop Exert " Eliza ConaUtn Mary Ana Ringold, Union Clara Zebra A. C Shelton an Two Brothers filtered at tJhe Pert of Gal- 1 TéatMl I Ship w. B. TV* vis Bart Milibrd Helen Montauk s .Southron Convert from V. ill'' t-73 i Boatn Earelled at the Port af Saimtaa. mm* • Massie John Vlvtn . Haiti* steamer Star State Ecli Jack Hays Plant Wm. fÍ¡L nfmann & I daring tí week to • «xporta have been 1,*44 >12,000 bales, at about " i'-.' ATION. fcerWk* Co., L. Froeh < doh W. Wright, J: Hatchings & Co., I; Lewis & Co., B. A.C. Orawf & Co., J. ] i 874 bat . 1872 '• 871 " 8447 balea i have bean three hhds. ÜH : and Boston, cotton, %ct. r dry a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 January 1857

fi'Mwif, B. Nichols Í-' .. - .Íív IIS- ~,W., ■ ItFebster, 8, with Passengers . y, brought • large lot of freight i day; carrying - wbfeh lost a cleured at New York lor 3 Ove an arrived at New York from 20th ul\ ledit- gh the Bud too verflow resem- lt him. Su- ' . t an off- I of the bat- , even in his own i his own empire. >, the bust, nomy ofNapole- EC0S0MÍ. not too long to be There ia a very great ^OQnd, wholesome be Boston Trav- rity of pervades too generally ' oportion to their i h— hnon of Cotton received at Houston last Í bales. The whole amoant re- . t. to-fat Jan. was 29,285 bales, in haud Jan. 1st, 2,6U bales. Middling quoted, at that place, last Thursday, at [ @ 11% cents per lb. t^T" The steamship At antic, Capt. Sheppard, from Brazos Santiago for New Orleans, via ludian- oiu and Galveston, arrived this morning. Pabsensebs.—L. and W. H. Stevens, H. E. Wood- hi.use. Perez, Mr.Kuepp, Charrie, Penilias and 7 ou Deck—Also $63,000 in Specie. . By the Atlantic we:baAe the Bro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 January 1857

BPI9 j. w. 1 « the Back- rfcarrfiaid Pioneer as. • office «íSoj - j 1,818 wen. B* tl.ú> I), endite and we fin* oí omá-amAly 1 ■■ 01 Orenburg or the a ifaem to (be relief of i at Aatrabad or upon Tebtran. War of thi S*a Kings.—The contest for the Texas trade is merely a diversion in the, < Vanderbilt on the one side and Mo i the other; nor ia the fight confined mm id the* v« in by the parties to the mrng We see, in the New the (X.mpa a, disembarking either neighboring coast of himeelt in the Eastern War, can by land as well as by sea. government neglect* nothin succor Persia Uapt. tiuiukiiului, in Uio Atouiius > lew uní since. Shu vi wuiuu were inst ha atlach- queetion ; that the attachments against . to a large amount, unit* commenced by "the ts ; that if the property is sold no- tions, it will be sacrificed, and the land will be lost. They therefore ask may be«njoined from selling uu- the executions; that a receiver be appointed, who shall take charge of and sell the steam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 January 1857

ggpw want ím| j his wants, whether real i-and thus be grown up a from the. firn^ i Per e market. mm .quo* • f " '! • eta. > tone of the ntatives has Hon. Charlee >elects on Tnea- pHa, There íl which i a menlaunc tore for < their wiv indnl) a love the fair the né bat it should Bet the exai The evil is a a tendency, the mindsof onr With the fri _ which were givi tury ago, there was I in debt—neverforadaji ut of thegreat cardinal virtue of ae of this prevailing extravagance by of attention. When business a coarse of extravagant expendí - ' >w and personal indulgence take their cue from them au< The force of a bad example laughter and other female re- íante, becoma infected with the extravagant habits of a subject of remark iu all a fair subject of comment, ;otton that the rougher sex own loose management.— and it is too true that it has often stated, to drive from ien all ideas of matrimony, and domestic education of a quarter of a cen- a young man who coald support hims...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 January 1857

IB balee cotton to J F Louden,Mdo Kuhn&Co. to K ichols 4. Co, 47 " G Mill*, 3 do to Co, SI toL : to B&i>e r Powell 13 >11 * Ruth- i & Power. ,25 do to 11 í.....;.V...IIJÍ< ._ i::::::::::::::::: lived from the interior, ; The barks Ban L from Bremen, ro, have arrived , and.brig Geranium, , . .rÜHW abriga, Besides iteamera, schooner , • for New York at X cent . : v. ! ' * York 60day ...3 ®3X per ct. dia. par—&Ü per ct. die. i 129 sacks to New York and r Orleans. -Exported, to New Orleans, 44. Orleans KarKet. Evening, January 3, 1857. i Been an active demand lu-day, Ched fully ill,000 bales at prices so ilvauce of }¿c. lu our quotations, 9* lu catl h ....il* il« 12 ..V..12JÍW1I* ....1**®1X^ 875,4^1 .484,005 .. #,(¡11—438,616 r to fully lair . _ ««88c, for fair i. bbla. at ti4c. gallon. *r* ' rot me lol i port aluce I id an,855 >ice, and a few -uts j Articles at *9- 1856. T18.... 195..*. [bbis! !!".*! kbWs...... ........... 2>m« 7 ... ^ 300.... 14967;..: 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 April 1857

*,186T. , and 58 bales cotton toB.&D.S.1 L B. Nichols & On., 4 do. to J. Ad 8 hhds. pecana to Wm. Hendly & ■ TT7 ..—_ < r arriving; theWebater audi 14*. tcToeaday.' 5Ml looks like t Aftawpa* To-*o*b6w.—The; omIraüaaoU; theGatveataifro from New Orleans. DPAMUMljj ' The i 4 f. k. Agenta, M. B. 3 The Galveston tor ít>I>. 6. Kills. BT The brig South, Capt. Parker, sailed] ' ' fork on the 16th ult., and is now dae i TImSW¿Í>, < at the wharijand Wi The ( , Hendley & Co., B. & D. 6.] Co* -gasftfi .^ Kahn feGo.. Herman, T.^«^ÍIiri || ^ Ar J I*ba41< Sabers, BjWi1 ood, Park, Rosh ft Co. m 4, 1841 1845 .1849 4, 1853 ,4857 i Tyler was n of age at 5the Presidency _ lb of the Presidenta, Harrison and Presidential eleo re-electiona of tífe have including Hon. 'persons have eats, of wham, three ied in office, are been elected elevated(by ©lee- rá: John Adams, cireai and . Befering tothe a is not out of place to say, that 1 IBa, as a role, and for sundry g ¿It h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 April 1857

8 U. 8. Kail steamer Neptmw, Copt. F. I Houston, arrived this morning at 8 Ho fttíght. i at 8 o'clock to-day. The 8teamer Jenkins, Capt. Speera, at 8 o'clock for Hamburg and Betty Powell, Wood, for Liberty, at « Agents, Powell & Buthven. fgf The Demócrata of kontgomerj county, on the 7th instant, recommended Geoige W. Smyth (or Governor, Francis B. Lubbock for Lieutenant Governor; and Hark H. Potter for Congreas: gates to Waco, Heasn. H. N. Joqpa, (another Foot,) J. E. Griffln, A. M. Hannasnd R. M. elL B. J. Palmer piesided, with as Secretary. .... , OT The Houston and Central operation 40 miles and' going ra for Paul I Helfgive us the CMfca of- likoness of thi "Billy Bowlegs.' for W not be sa MS th. Col- |n in convention render a cheerful, iu officers, i>, •-V-.-iy5.i- «os. t. a Fallí County Bufas F. Dunn.. ( remained owe to learn, gives Kill- The Houston T0t%raph and Age of Com- Galveston News, and th/N. 0. Pica^ and Texas. Christian Advocate, receive our thanks* fot their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 April 1857

mat* 'o f goorfj-rU. leíued iÉM|ar and honorable * TIBE *R- ROBINSON I „. hla preaent Troupe to the r^rr >ik¿;¡';/ >: pirtttf y triad * |j i, and the suit m One of the pleas was an accusation of i - - m ■ , ^ «¿(011 ' , r liM «est, wherever it ma ■ lar^ towM Wiil "*• «ad tributaries, being r out bread Sute where tttle and sheep ar- „ „ . VteM%.«bSs«] t acknowledged^ pre-eminenoe in its „ >n , ttiarionar/or- A verj^rer dtiienhad^aocmaedbythejeriocia ~ husbsnd, of visiting his domicil too often Us absence. The son of the soctiaed wu for the defence, and by the by, wj pi young limb of the Profession. He cross-examined the father, wfeo was witness for Plaintiff, and the to ad- «sen was too hnmorons for the dignity of (be Court—all preaent ware oonvnlsed with'langhter. 'Son, "Are yon intlmitely acquainted with Mrs. , the Plaintiff in the suit?" Father, "Hem,—my abu,"—very gravely— "Pap+ pa would sound much better." Son, "Vfll, pappi, are yon intimately acquaint- sj*a ■Km "lÜPf I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 April 1857

* ' '■ . fit f - ; ; 7^ 11 Vt of cotton, sugar or mo- ^ or other- of inward cargoes sssasr nd superintending) vessel, from 10.to VESSELS ID POKT OF OAtVESTON. April ID, 1837, 8 o'cutcf, A. M. ...Mast«e.....Poilt Fbok.v.....Wtaaa . Ships. 8. F. Austin Clark, Hew York Basks. In, Sew York, Montauk. Potrea D. Godfrey " . A JÍ ísif New York, New York, been on a moro Ub- gooí, the advan market to some extent. «#155 •sports we refer to onr now quote s out OLAaStttOaSIO w4m.** téé¿ÍébiiW. Bar. «a © L. A.FAEVHL, Haseob Himb rUMBfen f«r If, Orleans Steamen. daeWMm.Vardy its, Mrs. Atkinson, and son, Haa- danghter Pyle, Him, i and ser vt 88 on in entering and el fton foreign porto. #15 to [The foregoing rate# to be exclusive of brokerage an I charges actually Inourred/] Sales of merchandise at Auction. Sama under 1100. ...10 e. ".. over $10# and under $900........... 7 .. ... oTer 300andnnder 1000.......... 5 over $1000 On aalea of real estate and negroes. Bate* of Storage Cotton per bale, per ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 April 1857

£«#'■> fcV j-:'; <.<í wí f l%;r,:&i^:^??%pS'r.-í". iMiífí"- | '■■.; ?g v P: -J '•■<* i --'- ' hf^ágft " - j rí' ^ív i'á:': i-iy ..íi .;• '¿ÜmKsímU ' ¿ V i & Íí 8p i ■$ ' .« . -■•.ír/rfísís. ,{^'4 hk; - • - ______ w# ^Hpf ^«pg ii PlSiiP, ' #i ¿-fc-L « : v. *.-3 . ,1 ¿U ■ - V * —. APRIL 21, 1851 • Act oí oleared at New York |bN^'e Bsrqus Trinity,from Boston bound to Ga veston, wo^ toj fee got; uhonion noklM Beef Uth ,lt. she however suooeeded in getting afloat withont taking assistanoe from the wrecking vessels. Naw Yorx Dbt Goods Market.—At the last ac- counts tUe market for most descriptions of dry goods was doll; bnt the buoyancy in domestic Cottons continues,. and some descriptions are withdrawn for higher prices. Heavy Brown SheJti gs and Shirt- ings are selling at 9)¿ cents, and light and midinm grades, 8@8X- Drills, 9 cents for Brown, for Bleached, and 10^ for Bine. Denims 10^ @10 cts. Prints are selling briskly, and the market is t9@li;oentsfor madden, acco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 April 1857

He rem sin* California in son curies his revolver authorities continue to I and at present they have á of the ere" I* * «opposed * mentí would arrive, Ac menee operations upon Celestials what ther - future, if no terms 1 ed by them. Bnsiai of C "iiiTiHIFSffrP -iir:L5 leans, at 4, p. m. ' - £ and The sin Hong Kong, aber ofprison- i soon as reinforoe- r would eom- jntoBdwith In time were not offer- dull,ruid large numbers [in dipper ships for ble passengers and 183 bate The steamer Je ~ to BdwinB; rthe Brownsville Flag, ar- 1 Busk, en route as . Be brings is Bio Grsnde valley of general in- that he left at home Scarborough he entered the last Legis- Yerily, progressive subject to iqwtlli, which we owe him a debt of thanks, and liberty and instructed to draw on us for Tours, J. T. B. gpanim-Amencan union. . New York paper publishes a treaty, signed at " Washington on the 8th of November last, by the Ministers of New Granada, Guatemala, Salvador, Mexico, Pern, Costa Bica, and Venezuela,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 April 1857

Il^WiiiTlffWW aeteálisaeaSirií* "•."" i . aT^*S ¡Tr "Ms.,. I jfca^s ¿raigfí-i/XffiiwwiOgfWf^T: r ''ferM K - -Í tfcff'u |fj ft gilí' !iwjwjwB ■ww y T'hS'.jMita Aai irritaS? *%iérriff mfrráa'i rail**i 'aé^grwjr; -, m* !■ w w* i BwísÉ^BiáiE^ ■■MK1 &jjgffWMsr'i itn ag^nr aa 1 Note.—My thermometer stands in an open pas- , mtL "iíUá I Express we h ve fall files to Hew Tttfc Market. Nsw Yoxx, April 18.—The ootton market is doll and )i lower. Holasees ie firm. HH before stated, U theool mechanics, teachers, not only in Kansas, bat, as , in Virginia and Texas to the eradication of the institu- I behooves the South to connter- i by a proper aystem of home odn- We are glad to aee that this subject has red the attention of the late Southern Conven- erprtoe, seeking their bestre- >* *pt toi open up the proper' svenues of trade by indivi&sl effort alone, If left nnrestrie- by the oonstant increase of of foathern prodncta to the man mere: but organised public coesary to develop great Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 April 1857

'l^fe^íMÉÉÉÉÉS IS N. Current ■ i .«.li. ..' « r-.V--.i'' ■•■•' [8 T O R B P B1CBB.J Bi«mm.a—Kentuoky. .i.'; t "■ lnrMii.. •. . ■ Bui Bora—KantnoSy S. moflí i of our citizens i ...... 1 to New York 2,478; 421 18, 1367. .. 11 .3.S8Í. Spiñt^no'i for him in their excluded both of punhjhiDent. ' tttbr <tf W justice and benevi stood pre-eminent When, in the yew 1 abandoned by their make theiropp; Government, the in MT( their Washin jtó their ever reached . was made theology. He en and the place vas made _ rf his to the Indian, he all other white men. the Indians were allies, and left to iwilh the Amerii ere more exposed the other tribes in this critical moment, in their behalf, as the rights, and the advocate lost Wilightedj his death he m r.-~ ■ 88 Dm.' ? er lory at New new Tork, rsf i" * t^V!W-*.•••«••- ... . . l,No.l....... .. tegml No. ...... Total...................71,118 72,968 c <m hsnd snd on shlpbosrd, ■- ..... MM...: C4H sofcotton toSlst August, 18J« *1 smt of Incoming cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 April 1857

Z::í - •„ •.;.--r ,■ ;;■ ■ í-stjí'."' ■■-■'.■•:•' ■ ■;. ■KíSÉi^igBSÉIMí''™' ',™'' v,''í tM líá^ié.^^s^íiJ i —~ ; : ■ mm ÉPli ímí¡mB ' '*v^i 05gB*V:*.'.v£ ;• ífe&.Tft ! . ' ' l", ■•; '! • .: ;'■ ■ :' Vi Í;«V •-•- — —— Galveston. Clerk, has our JÍORBÍING, APRIL 88, 1857. NO. am EBflOBÍ. ■ ■ «BK- I districts still oontinne foi-'P®" France. i faot that Víbe i : h jLItl imti i still oon- ¿vm* fro™ vernal* Indepen- r selling in the. market, at prices 19 ana 18 per cent. disoount. I of irdnhave been *'of « ) election of J. J. ¡639 tí ?}8® 1200 tons *01 leave New Orleans, in a ' "■' Le far famed porcelain tower | in China, was destroyed by the insur- *H*. -at «& v «i i • J school lately established by the ■ for the education of ' * „ i and' abuse,: The ds- uaphat tbe; ljutual L|fe! Insoranoe t York baa,rforeouie montbs: statistical material wlth * relative mortality of differ- • of tl^ United States ; and that the re- i NewYork or Baltimore, the ; of life in NewlQrJeaoa i* more than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 April 1857

sh'c.tó: V - -.- • rpú'i. .réejíf & '.? oom- New H this morning from ¡ i""1***11 to Mesan. Saf- jgnized Franz Moreau, as r of Nassau, for western Texas,to 1 Ihe^reoent e ia the of the Colorado, Mukewater oreek 11er, the north bank fronton the river— boundary, the through it oentre, many its fertile territory, and settled np, to make it one of the oa the line rail road. Goabing springs of oold water and plenty of timber abound. Yours, in haste, W. ceaaful farmers, reepecuble and parental and indulgent mi any when among those, termed by Worth" 81aveocracy." " A , li cal refutation, continued I, ol the calumnies of Greely, Stowe, Seward Indeed, replied the Boetonian, as well tilled farm, with ¡ta neat groupe of " darkies" singing at the on either ride the lane, "this Col. F- farmer I have aeen in the South." " may Judge from the happy mood in negroes perform.their labor, and anee and good condition of every Col. F must be an honorabl rule, that Mrs. ,8 to we has mide i lieve is app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 April 1857

fnll twenty bushels to the sore, 1 be good. Com ia at seventy-ñve cents f ■ ■ informs that the whole of abandoning Bed river and to our tea coaet. Gal' are their main potato of trade. Bed river a golden harvest. within - ¡ -; Lyceum are doing well. • STEEL PEN. assistants, en it oul£— > «took on luuid at New York, Stock same time II : Brown, mBÁ Y4£ for thi. port. b Co. *® McLean, and John - M to the Democratic State from Galveston county, started yester- Paoo. Mr. Flake will start on Judge Franklin is in the interior, and attend the Convention. • ' t .says, that 10,000 bnAels of corn recently arrived in San Antonio fromMexico, tíT Thirty bales of cotton were sold in Jeffer- ■on, Cass county, on the 10th inst , at tty cents P" poand. The ( Banfto of the in the or not It is about or county of stock elousas Bailroad was opened from the tok1; Bay, on Tuesday last, and the ie daily trips from Algiers to that . brings Galveston, the "Island City of eOulf" within twenty hours run of Tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 April 1857

outmnohi New York, bnt this is i and a reaction will ] prevented by a tf " crease la the receipts of < l different rtothutó. , with no appearance yet , . _ The steamer Betty Powell ! back to this tity for shipment by other > of merchandize from steam- t detained at liberty by low. «fathe-" ByonrEuro] will be seen that the 4th inst. was with- ~%o. is reported at' justified by follow, unless The da- ta all tJ. 8. porta, dace 1st Sept., as compared with same period last year, is nearly orqnlte 400,000 bales. The present indications are that the approaching arop will be late, if not short, which is greatly to be apprehended, both from the uiraal disadvantages of late planting, and from the want of seed, in many instance^ for the repeated replanting* required to obtain the present spring. ^ The arrivals and departures by ««a, as well as the receipts of produce from the interior, will be found dnly noted in our usual columns. Gorro .—They receipts of the week sum up balea. The expor...

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