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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1852

-v- y *% i 19. 185 i vea reside y relatives óf the deceased of the Roscoe. The body i all possible signs wy not quite nine- ' age, and was a worthy and promis- ' "s in Walker county — HnnU- Collard's—Pierce and King Graham 72 rotes. bat 9* ! e is the same of a fine new Fotlett, at Sen Bra es oe trad . Jjb a ship of the same Hampshire, previoas , the Journal of that place said) General can slip into the Presidency as neaUy and smoothly as the ship glided into the water, he wilt hare a good time of it." If our Texas vessel proves as strong and runs as «¿II M the General, she will distance all competitors. Chocolate Bayou,.emptying into West Galves- ton Bay, will turn out, this season, 1,500 bales t S. For® has become the proprietor s s«. Tkirdit- of printing establishment of the Southwest is the inexpenenee and want ot knowledge ammig our BgriAuUurists,-ct the regairemert jot ihífcoií, Tbetimesof planting, &.C, The whéat croji in The Indian affairsV-TtKe State may be said to apt d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1852

in New ' m «:••••: V the last one mile and a quarter of canal, commencement in the Bay, in addition itself. Tbe Com- ***$, £■ «*; «4,000 for the the as erer of the sale of the reraakider of aüd 'lhe rt¿r > its delightffil cli- f, become as eelebra- bionable resort ing,a8New- ln the. Union. The lie streets art broad . Shade trees are-plant- most of the streets.— 1 private residences are generally neat and ) large and elegant. The he most part, stand several feet s, with fyont yards* contain- and flowering 'plants of various The shade-trees and shrubbery are not f ornamental and evince good taste, bat they 8 much to the oomfort of the inhabitants íes ta produce disease, isfrom five to six thou- arches, hotels, market,and otha^public will compalo favorably with like edi- in any city of the size of this, in any part country. The principal business houses and well located. Retail establish to be found in Few places, if any, can healthy, as are no local eai ' tr- totpop aand and is con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1852

f- i 9 -f~- :x:: u.~,. ... ALBERT BAIL ' Would inform bis old cn«tomerrenrfthe' pulTíit. that he is now opening in his west Store, on the Strait, (the oh recently occupied by D. Neil. Esq,) a general soil well ... — — — — «elected stock of Clothitg, Hats, Boots mil l>h«ca, et tea........ irt* ** • *••• • mmm LBAD.PlftpwtSo. Bar, par p , and not by 12 2 85 S 35 guarantied to be as food, fashionable, end ct*xn«* «ny of- by SO, French, 4 30 5 — iered in thiscity. Purchasers are respectfulljpsoHcit:>d to ex- >r bar. — — amine the stock. oet-l.tf- j.. ? I <K i jn —— — —— —_ r of Russia, , the ig&- on prancing rteeds. j of the period, ,and Ki*g rer epea- oniform, Stuart waa stan, crosses, and if it was Dnde cp Sperm. Olive, per basket...^........ PROVISIONS, Beef, mess, per barrel... Pork, mess, per barrel. '. Bacon, hsms per pound.. Canvassed 10 thenm- AUiet J" / Ihe the cor- , and with a of l,jotne years jtfldU Lemarqop, 'Pans. joy after fbe monarchy f dismal 2lst Januar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1852

said by Sir figURUiv* —-E HO Cancers Effectually RETS OLDS* I have m one to t full satof Incoeaorri- CarioeT and *eantHyin"irre£alar Introduced tuto lib nractlce. all tbe Dr. M ■US ia Dentistry. WCiwlieU- Tremont street, wt recent • BEADS form in allaying pain, liny he consulted at ala OIBce, in door to the Bank. . „ deferences—«on Joseph Batos, Judge R D Johnson jw3 of mrZR r d kscrip tigx—yct «ai* b N. P. BROWN, No. 186. Pawl «treat. New York. iHMl iJik- h*ve read in i descend- from of the V his com^ of the spirit, ouly ven- lisff his -to «atis- to phw&l p to to itself, star Tal- , Talbot trant, I mr nsed io notap- partner, cottoq gin the pos Mr his ■H and a« in the ■Pil üilison, who ey in bnsi- got his first paper, and which vessel. by Whitney wat c cotion factory, and, ! pre- ■HaifilHiH The of cloth a day, which dollar per yard, by- hand-loom from Long The factory be interning r 1812, cotton Baltimore wagons loaded >w liv- nsed to drive the ia with- lighly rol- ler of pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 20 December 1853

VOk. XVI. NO 38. GALVES' TUES b has i with Soot has speak the _J powers pf eminent and the Rights of , and the unswervi s observance in& •■to. _r satisfac- onchided, and a i confirmed and lerica are next navigation of commercial [nited Sutes presented. 1 Gov- s are ably ion of the [true prind- 1 -• Wf f - • ■ ■jffr&Z). ■ ■■■-■• ^flT'IJ^'Mill 1 to the coast, as to ex- of the fishing to which they freely resorted for r a quarter of a century subsequent to t treaty. The United States nisced in tbi% construction, t always claimei^Jbrljieir fishermen which they had so long enjoyed ation. With a view to remove on the subject, to evtend the rights of our7 fishermen béjrond the limits fixed by the convention of 1818, and to regu- late trade between the United States and the, North American prrf?in8es, a negotia- i been opened, with a fair prospect of result. V'*':' i; questions have also arjpen two Governments in regard to Central America. ° Great Britain has proposed to settle them...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 20 December 1853

■* t Civilian 4tnír <S¿tile. and. Pacific fcrdi! The ►>-2X.£ JIHI >ews- Senate, Í t, York Herald, wh:ch is in described, I tius catalogues the offi-1 Yeas—1 i were entering the k , tie was " ' 1 the tured fort St Sea, and a naval I The Torks had i . . .. . —^ —,— -id now hold it, hav have heretofore repulsed the Russians three times. The milj n!".v. !of Akronstan, who had been equipped by: _J( , , ■ "n**8'_~oane> sia, had gone over to the TurW'^f.- tt, by Bo many titles respect-. Newman, Pas-t Rail RosSS *vt Navigation. L. S. Chatflelit, the Attorte,rfthis to?tfíSS t!^SSSb53S^ *"'1 "J B*« P h 1 ate, was elected President; P: M. Dimond,; Nats—Messrs. McAnelly, Potter,"Ssarbor- V0T °'80me sma" appropriations by the. e present Governor of Rhode Island, Vice • ough and Wren—4. | lature to improve the navigation of our: resident; W. W.Léland-, Secretary; A. CJ The eastern portion of the route is left open aUdthe Nacogdoches Chronicle goes u the Comptroller of this city, Treas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 20 December 1853

goof steamer Harris from Washington, the 44 bales only. Two large lots of about 700 ' Éactors above the views of The Perseverara arrived last night with news of the New Orleans market to the 16th. 3 is no change in that market from last weeks quotations, the prices ruling in favor of ■purchasers. No later European news. We ^uote ' to Good Ordinary. 6 @7 ""s" ' ..i.. 8 @" and above J Cotton, neglected and diffi- .......... „ $i@10 „ *«'-• 10 <gll SÜGAR.—A lot of clarified, qtiality strictly prime, and a few hhds. choice, sold at 4¿. There ia another lot of 143 hhds. in the hands of one of our factors, but have not heard of its being <aaM. We quote Texas sugar, wholesale, fair •at 3@3¿; prime to Btrictly prime choice 4$@5. Molasses, choice, 18@20c. Su- ■.yar retailing per hhd. at 4@5Jc.; Molasses at MéaUc. per gallon. " • 1 ¡ CORN.—No Texas corn in market. HIDES in demand at lower prices, 8¿@9c. COFFEE.—Advancing, 13@Í3£c. BAGGING AND ROPE—India 13i@15c. -Kentucky 16@17c; Rope 8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 20 December 1853

PROFESSOR ALEX. C. BARRT'i esireara the dream, j life, v ¡>e with care" and Strife; "*<t the wretch can know o 1 the f ce of woe, " "' iuKHhI the real dead; deed is bitas death tiler cheek «emu «live. brent hi (f kL«, rWDI i! SUMME1!. COMPOUND, for heKitifJriinr.CTrling, w, restoring und strtiugthefiing the hair, r«- taring diseñen < f the akin. curing rheumatic pains and sealing external wound*, iiouiftled by noQgeographieal iine*. the reputation of Barry** Tricopherous pervade* tlie' Union. The *f}c¿ of tfee article of late year have in- creased in a ratro thfó'idmo^t exceeds belief. Professor Barry: after a careful examination of hi* sales book, find* that the number of bottles delivered to order, in quanti- ties of from half a £ro*s upwards, during the year 1852. wasirithiu «trille ot" 0<' G,OOO. "wttM r the article, and the explanation given of its I action upon the hair, th£scalp. %nd in all cases . fici l irritation, flrst recommendedJt to the atten- tion of the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 3 January 1854

1 ;* PS??:' mm, S": .*?: HMaikiftaMaH Pftssí BlSSt a f d <-• ; *:a:r :- . "} . - rrst*Wrt*/f ffi .-a .:- ■PMMH Kt iM a* :4 it'l- *.;V < ■ -: ws s si *9#** 3 : ¿á<£á ' ■ " ■r /■i." —« election IO(l > of the ¡premise the amount that disguised Sute «re not at Austin on of ike Bouse of Sep- the 21st inst. The following remarks were the duty of the &ov- the .;- -.-jC: M * . i from 1 •' • i,lately of rail of the Scrbool : *1*0*591 tetfVj be loanedto such roads at tte rate per mile, for each mile of road con- lien to be tiken upon the road for of the bonds. The first Joan to be fifty miles of rqad bav<| •been coró and PH ■Sí? biU,#oviding t;tfeserved fic railroad In the House, the Times says no great deal constitution In appealing' before you to atusóme the du- ; ew ér to give you ties of tbe office to wbicb I hive been called 8®vér by tte partiality of my fellow-citizens, I feel sensibly the magnitude and importance of the i all be able so trust that has been committed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 3 January 1854

i money market is easy. i tied from [lSdOjbfclea; the market. ! at from*# to 9^ -M&ass. Civilian an& <&aztttt. O1"' It is a dangerous Texas 66' lowed so }< movement t and . Not aca- The ■H In h Thi We, the undersigned steamboat Col. Jpck Hi old accident Ct e. sinkin >n si- • Bluff, do hereby ||erti tany dent the boat was running slowly, being at the ave it time going round a point, pnd that no snags or removed* It is not long since the ship Star Bopub- other obstructions were visible, not even a ripple lie was driven on to the wreck in a heavy squall ,jn the water, the boat sinking in ahoutflve minutes ....... thatviaitedourrity.Bnstamingconsiderableinjniy:- after'her striking, in wh a destruotive fire at Montreal, by j Several of our Bay lighters have also >been carried sfy)ro as far as possible, store, Lewis's dry goods es- hy the tide on to the wreck,in cominginto port in <TI¿ ^ sav^ the cargo so store, were consumed, the night, sustaining more or less ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 3 January 1854

; X' -l~ - ' P Í ■ (thi ifciiiiltun #tiW <&aztitt, -MU 1 EMPORIUM," from a Col ton to ■(torn, •f Traveling Cnti, Toilet ar- 3 ■> :r..v<a, ; r *.*# ft r - lW- .-<¡d ?i ¡.I fcLVESTON. lorocco, Pearl, if1 BP S&M&M r Sport; .V>l / ee Bxs; ■urn lictets; *d imitation Motto and Tran.parent Wafers; Violin ;. Sapef aad Envel • i Ms# York, ritbt, 'K f ct prwn; Sixty day8l5i@2* ct di . "New Orleans, right, «. prem.; Sixty days didoco^L ..¡r pi?- *" V#V'.1 ■ • * . - — — iA.• . , r i n V 1tl~Tyj 5iK . ii.:'. ... li«WeQ ML AW, J>ee. 80,1853. Mr in the gr«at«r >«• sale of 7,000bales it Good MWdiiag. Middling Fair... ■fa*-.. little. s i 10)010$ .11 o - - Infoier., Ortiwx Middling fOftJtr*#?** MOLASSES—14 l-2*18e. linoia at *6 fO; St. Lotó ai «6 S0ffi*7 M ROPE—7*E8|e. fO*K—M«m at «11 T5. Retailing at $12 58. WHISKEY—Rectified, 34 cent . . BACON—Sides were sold atG} cnti LARD—81(310$ carita. SALT—Llvsrpool Coarse at $1 M; tqfka lalarid $1.12} • * COFFEE—Rio 11®12J can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 3 January 1854

({f-;, «ftTíS Citilittit «nir &azttic. territory. ng on the Cheraw, -<_™_ ^ ce, ft i llrn? >: : : ° i. M. Sroallwood, the mate, f> «r the fifteen iñ* were deatha front, cholera are re- I 4it -OU*Hty Hospital, N. Orleans, for «i-, < 0 ¡ t ' ■ Atlas announces the appoint-, r Seymour, of New York, of • Attorney ev¡ S. Cbátfield, who Captain ' Mexico, reports lSth^Bst., the Mexico «top- e Li<rht-house on Ship Inland by the crew oPthe ad not been aboard they were short of ions, and had no boat belong- ♦h^ they eouW put in the «¡utter or merchant more than two months. i\ -I*.,.,. xp I yrry' ■- ? • f / 1* € fc Liverpool are to the ■.*3rtv JO"? accounts brought by the tionaieffrtrts w-jere béítog m^cfeto _, ( to a settlement. The foer p w- [ depots, is nécesswi /ere endevouring to renew pacific ne£« l I. ■ if %:-j-\n Wf - - :«. .; • t Sj&i' - had been tljree desparaté battlen in The Rusians were repulsed, an9 the tiave captured two fortress-s. s'jjlR' Tbe Turkish flee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 31 January 1854

ÍÉ$ I# . Wl mm ÍLBÍ58MU1„ Smith, v- i New Orleans. - Í ** í **Í"3¡}&ííí* .brother- ly • • V. The State, -•■ t.Bev íhe State, 3 ..4 S: a- •;$* . Dárgan A Fisher v< The Í ^85^ up to J wnajy 25rd, ' '*\j! x|¡« iAastin eounty. ¿r and remanded. Jlortóo county. i''' Judgment affirmed.' county. Jm^ent affirmed,. Galveston co. ,e®t) and«adered. county. •—* judgment affirmed. I by the parties, i county. i and remanded.' Mud remanded.' [Jraaoryi county. Ind remanded. Dismissed for the want Hillyard v. Maékey, adm'r, Jlcver Bridge * Ballew, Colorado , . - Eevereed Buret adm'r, v. Swift, Harris ¡al Judgment. eonnty. id remanded. 1 remanded. they are wart, at Con- enrol European an their ser- saya that she was weni, down abandoned. The passengers fafcon, the Bra- azul ten sol ht to this in the Ti a most pitiable —A letter from' KMMMMt# «tifaó- j® fórtltewanspor- at Ene yes- da eonnty. ffirmed. Mays A Neill v .'Forbes, Colo ...-. . Wrifrof.;err< Ward v. Lathrop & Lathrop, Mai ' --ji...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 31 January 1854

__ ^ * ' ' é y\ £ \ •^•vW \ ■ j Liverpool to J«m ONE WEEK ^ 0k*é£ba' Gtoó*t& *t*Mr¿tt NEW f api; St Mm week later than-the tbéEvrópñf- The tojl&ñng V a summary of her now*; • ii~"" Ltr«rp«o! Markets. LivEBioot, Jan. 7.—There^haa -^een #: fair .de-. tmnU in tba CoUori market since tlie deiportnre of say that such a measure will try jfetf it .was a century and a hal S fees! citizciu are r.ftcbof tlw *8alth The steamer Alababa i about three hundred her > any ntínibér of bornea and mete * MvJ'M'-frrfB-"' 11 ' "Ml0 brought ever font ffcv WQbWr, tif mit, 35 -*Ufc*4Í<fc bfcd* * W oil, 55 kegs a W-MK lntüta. 50- boxes cañdie , 100 boxes soap, NÚMé frtfcVt-S^Boxes tobacco!" wWifc ir CaíS —We heaty «aya the Cottriery of the 12th Jnlt, of «d irt at Cairo. In eonssq&ence of- of ftafigation, fourteen large ateam compelled to laf op* aad have sotne two fetmdraddecfcpa** ts. These persons lly from Want, and' eick- E698 was- rapidly dynisfeing. their. numbers—^ dyhig-iaily from ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 31 January 1854

<*«*** «BdSpctai A^y.Mt. Itt, Chatre* •reettd betweln lhe ht «rod FlW*rfce* «.*• always«, ■Wbm faB N Orleans -Mfr*£ PRAT, TxEaoKt aecsx. ami w ¡1 ttem m thelrlin.. Alltbe tSSB SPILLMaS ft Wynkoop's, Ph. kef's, Guysctt's Yellor Doek. *eM£«u<-. HMrii it;*T -¿síí/.-W rates in X. Orle.n. and - ' $8%; Xx- -There has been a very good demand * ™— "-riband we after quota- ; «I Artl per cent die. | prem; 60 day. 1|«2. Boston tight, . -, if ':¡ y at last week's quotations. N«r Otwju, ¿an. 28,1854. > of thee tato of the money market the and We «alea confinad to 30Q0 Balee. t but always In favor of bny«r*j OrUtnt Cltu*ifxati(fn. : ny¿ , msSteJiSS ...... 94(391 I Fair llffl- JAR—Fair to prime 3$S3]e. 71ft lSe. >«? 40017 5#; it, Lo U 7 «. . retailed at «3 60. BY—Rectified, 24 canta. ° BAOOtf—Sides were suld at «{e L ABD—8.tr310 cents. SALT—Liverpool, one-fourth to one-third One, se s* í/iw'! Brown Windsor^ I Auuond, Jone.'Chemi. al, [ Toilet an tUdw^1 Medicated, J^V'aí^i ' Indis VKex«...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Civilian and Gazette — 31 January 1854

GALVE *-*•*« Ta** —ti f BÓBGBTTSr _ T ¡?m «* C5H-& 1 PLANISHED1 ÍS8 WiUl mílit t,'l *tó ftehí,3J$*yr assfi^jgaasfws None Lamfs, nd¿v«5r*riiSe in the to*#- !i ¿ V '.. -'. ■ . ed Fe WESTS Divine Pre dence e pro Prppnetor MERCHANTS, Pl ee> Sew OileM % ■ - eonvem hi^at i^wr- aüJ re throughout. . Tersoi pteasanter Uoufe in the ,.ah«i T* Bflt, GÓBMAN k CO., l,* qv North Alabama,) " um* ,-fn - -CITY HOTEL, ■ SAálIVIULH,. TRHNSSSMt -A Hotel, with the quiet uf a t* uf the fluid £1OTTON^ ACTORS, MERCHANTS, -No. 1 Gravier eana. Spring MlUtntrf tindFaney Gooi . FEMALE SEMINARY. FSESEsfesiffili í,3M3ít¿3 - 7 ^ [tich should be. tanght nil the brauch- ■le Education—and where the young ijof all the í«lvantajs of: any oí. . the United States. ;his vtew.i>ddepeudir.g for succor on tie bl««- " ence aijfl the merits of Jhe-.^wtitii- ►mpleted. is seyenty feet tree stories liigk; contain* e galleriealh front- extend : ildicg. * . , . . . f€re is ancíftíSr áfty f£et by mended it. to the>tt tú...

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