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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 8 July 1865

•mfi í j| , <* :*M as ' Í4Í '' I HPS u STL AKt, Mtot. fmn ilw Ml* 6rn«4*« w '.ira s-dru-e* fr.* BivwnsTitte to ' JÍ4f. -* Tie r;« ¿o tbe rver continued, m . r«rié««d and t steamer bad besa IÍAH cf tk* to**, Tb* Compadre wtfh WWlfl ton u bp« seited by the\T' it*dSUtea i rrt ea. I; was at*e¿*4 that ah*-in* a eaa buet.aodhai hoisted the Cnited ^tetfS I ie <riw rr escape b**<*g sw«l ar flred oa I the Litw-t)a. Tbe affair *«! I b« inra*i| and tbe 5«ws of the Ueited State* enforeajL Cortia *. was.*i« mil* ihott stub t fm iwi ttiltd.. Rf had Wi # i* *>f« vitt Gea. Uru*n. Cortmaa m now i «sal, a L;W«i : b«t of 'very-simrttw 1 ■ '*r- C-MBi.-fo ¡r ««til ocewpiid by French VtJal bad ¿«en tried mod she! bj UiXli. dr*rr J his fate fro several account*. *'t hare. Tsrioat's rumor* which art * gbtíy sustained for repetition. b ¿TiÓMíX T AXM&.—W* publish to-siay- SOch portions of the lómase, income, «ad d Taxes leerod by ".be (Tailed titles, as apply to let —omitting sucft part* as r...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 8 July 1865

rrtaapa Sa «ada *t * ««un d*y •a^w WW wip^^wppil1 W WW ■rij^rfi* tw wf MM iriMMi «II apply I *«w Um wbteh twcMiff — TVe Mosteas Compadre, wtij^ If^Mkedf Fme^mTci: ibr pM^ii^n, Mr. Joha Kel- Utt. we hav* received the taltomtttg iwput- net Btsuraw l; The Ovnrpmám, on Ser **y éwiu firariac *a tUacifn<« gwemllea, luid Mtdsri in* i á«í of the bad *w«eril' of the failed State*. tbe^lag bad the «Wired fft<t or sot, lb* <«an** «•« no? "8 red kite; lwt« W *w be «weíVFtdí**! steamboat. which p***«d the C\«ro padre +MM four or five mile* . but ■fee cotomantHr oi the Federal boat , not Uk tag the look* ttf the Hay. tamed hfa boat éew* atrvam, ,w¡rhauled aed orreed the C«Bj*dre, t**Bit e tlee this aide KrViwo, sad bok command <d her, The federal basi then | nwvfeded up the me*. The CnwyiÉii, üh a Federal. gúard aboard. m*wl at 6''>wB#*íiíe atgh{ before last.— rpott^M^u1t :om beingF.dera! ' *Se "u p.'y ratned oa the Coc padre aa a a^iuint guerri'is, tber onaiuíx will i.x Leaj :e te...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 8 July 1865

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Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 8 July 1865

I * qmk it. * <X,<íaa. Owsegal. and V«bwA^ mea of Ha* beeiw-ia Imam „j r~ ^ioMus. rrtNc^M. v. e** m Un m* an an* ao «*t ptaer the «MMMtwl aad pt'wümiiwl rspistsflsa «r ' *~'*TfiHie uüi itj^p t, leliA, *■ nf*i i mi j"i i^xi {«♦♦ iW wer. X«abiti Mtjr in < KJdwc* matk a result. The Cama<|rt wy jmtj. witkoot Am imtw of few. to ove* citixffu. Under the Act orCw> greta of May 29th, 1830, lb* po«tr of such coarta w eapreeely limita* | pa sob# in the military service. The trial by jury, gaaraataad te citiaen by the Conatitution, aid awarded to even Jedéreon Davis bimeelf, cannot be too strictly maintained. Aa the writer of thie article remarked, Abort time since, in writing to the Gal* U-. a :í* t w.n vesJun New j, we hare the satisfaction to of credit*' < PAWa.to Onrnsrn >i Mower mar hi e d* * «<*i teeder, u by tbe Kwdrrai Gov •r R,«rtst. al'beegh tbe eomvotut ,, dtctsr*. Utst -BO Suu sbaij stkt m b i( a lawfu: 1+n-irr in ;*TC?#"it of drVt be! fr.U . *er." The « .w ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 11 July 1865

¿It ti|W :!« ' A •• A-n .. I,r. jiiii'itJL'.liii+i-. I- 1 An Act ° ,,j -B« ip enacted btf ti* Senate and Home áf Jieprete/Udtívts <>f the United Statu úf Amer- ica in Congre&fUMembled, Tbat there is there- by established in the Wsr Department, to con- tinue during the present war uf rebellion; and for one year thereafter,'a bureau of refugees, freedmen and abád¿oned lands, to which Shall be committed, as hereinafter provided, tbe su- pervision -pad management. of ajl abandoned lands, and the control of all subjects relating to refugees and freedmen from rebel States, or froth ány district of country within the territo- ry embraced iti the oporations of tbe armV, un- d>-r sDch rdlesabd regulations as may be pre scribed bV ihe head of the bureau and approved by tbe President! The saidburem shall be under the: maoagefaent and control of A cdm- uiissioter to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and codsent of tbe Setiate, whose compensation shall be three t...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 11 July 1865

I&k (íiri Galveston, Tfüly City Taxes.—The an ordinance declaring ¡1 has . pasi there «ball be levied and collected, for the municipal year 1865, a taz of one fourth of one per centum on the assessed value of all real and per- sonal property in the city of Galveston, and a rax of one tenth of one per centum on all money loaned or kept at interest, for the generál pul'poftés of revenue folf the city, S3" A new temporary light house is now in progress of erection at Bolivar Point. We have not seen the regular description of the edifice or light to be exhibited; but under- stand the structure will be about forty feet high. The frame for a similar structure is ready, and will be elected immediately at Corpus Christi. A Sell.'—A boy came into the Civil- ian office at noon, on Monday; and stole a large bundle of Saturday's papers, which he coolly proceeded to sell, about town, at.the reduced price of five cents, He is requested to call on the Provost Marshal and settle. Segro Suffrage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 11 July 1865

GALVESTON: Tuísday Evening, July 11,1865. The steamer Governor Chase arriv- ed from New Orleans to-day, with pa- pers from that city of the 9th, ánd NÍ York dates, by telegraph, to the 7th. The news, whioh we give below, is highly interesting: Sentences of1 the Conspirators! < rOCK OF THI Jl HING1 Gold ta New Toik 138 1-2. New Yobk, July 6.—Cok Northrbp, Chief Commtasary of the rebst army, has been arrest- ed and in prisoned in Castle Thunder. Judge Ould has been released. Four of the conspirators «rere to be hanged yesterday. The sentence approved. Washington, July 6.—In accordance with the finding and sentences of the Military Com- mission, which President Johnson approved yesterday, David E-. Harold, tewra Payne, Mrs. Mary E, Surratt and George ¿tzerot are to be hung to-mortonr by .he proper military author- ity. Dr. Mudd, Sam Arnold and C. Laughlin are to be imprisoned for life. Spaagler is sentenced to six years' imprison- ment io the penitentitrv at AHmd;. Gold 13 9 ^. Cott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 11 July 1865

►v -m, i ^ We copy literally from the public lecotdi of the case, tiio following account of the trial, sentence, and pardon of Hon- H. G. Ílarrís, as an exemplification of what may be done in sueh cases: '• wií i>epr;r; á í't g¿nl¡4 office, ) 'in ' :■ WASHISGTOs. Jnne l, tiw5.) General Qoqrs m rt jalOi diws, No. 289.., _ i.—before a Gener.il- Court Martial, which convened at 'Washington, d.c;, mnys, 18(55, pursuant to Speeial Orders, so. 198, dated War Department, Adjutant General.'* Office, Washington, m«.y 1,1865, and ot which m jor- Genyral j. g. Foster, United States.Voluoteens is Presfiient; •<! arraigned and tried, Benjamin G. Harris, citizen. Charge—Violation of the. ,6th Article., of War. ; Specification 1—In tito*) that Benjamin g. Ban is, a citizen of Maryland, and ,a. member of the Congress of the United States, did re- lieve, jyilli money, to wit:- the sum of iwo dol- íais, the public enepij, to.wit: SergeantRich- afd' Chapman and 'Frítate William Bead, of Company ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 23 August 1865

p p .'JfltOV, i ;* H. 8TÜAET, Editor. Tu Cfetlen la Eppt. The accompanying official dispatch to the Secretary of State, from Mr Hale, Agent and Consul-General of the United States at Alexandria, Egypt, gives a vivid picture of the ravage of chotera at that place : Ascmct akd oorkultti GxsfltAL or the Uhitkd 8tat*s or Amkica - Alexandria, Egypt, July 7, 1865. Hc«. w. H. Sxwam . See'y of State: S —I have the honor to report that the number of deaths from cholera in Alexan- dria, according to the official reports per siaoe my dispatch No. 34, has 3 Bleep. There is no fact more clearly estab- flMdeaa Immigration. The New York and many other papers, have much to say in favor ofimmigrationto '¿e'phy'siology'of mln"'than "«'CO. Th- thatthe b¿in eSandsiteener- froBB those who Wiah to sobvert the existing . ' j ¿ . r . government, and are mide to the filibustering g"« and itself during the hours of element in our popuiaiinn—men who lo^e life wakefulness, and that tnose are recu- in camps let...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 23 August 1865

fÁ' f^a* /- •N wr.D5ES9.4T, AVfitCT tti 1(jM. 3^ lo do bat stndy.lristory u it n might feel amnsed n Tcnss f the Civilian and Gazette: '"KKK.T—in Currency $5 ptrytar I Iii-WETOT— (£i 12 • «• - JUwXsnaXJOKT*: ' Per sgvariTXif tntcritrm $1 50 JZieh subsequent inurtion 75 Kirii. ■ at developments, if the prea- of the neeaaaities of life -did not weigh io beavil/ npou us. Joat aa tbe great war in the United has closed there is likely to be an Ecr opean Cor gregg. It is not difficult to got ap when there is nothing for it to do.— When grim visaged war has smoothed his wrinkled front tbe crowncd heads of Europe ."HSSS.-^the ciid of Mesiw.THk^l Íft-meeUogether to talk of tHta and tourna- ments, bat when there is a scent of blood and powder in tbe air t hey are apt to keep to their own grounds, ^acting on the motto of Sancho Panza and Lord Palmers ton, and wisely keep- ing oat of other's quarrels. There-is little donbt, however, that some of the parties to the contemplated Congress de- sign...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 23 August 1865

ÉflMPÁilY wifrer ft IV i ttrregfím; t&Mang TTJST UC £^¿R^c*,Í,í*b,«b,b *"W address to tq,6 Conference, relative to the WWÍ of church. We make the accompanying In various wiffs I ha*e learned that some discussion has arisen ; and that f ¿is old and walL kpowa Bis. of Trc Ml «•** tes® ttS* 187.5SJÍ 188 53)i 189 ,63 * m n* 9 8SJ4 142 193 ,S1|£ 194,'51K line, was epis9l.ta.s4il, fortG«l e^ 1, from New Orleans. in a rece ,8A¿ AitTOHo.-aíBhe San Antonio mentions the'amva! of tbe U. 8 .Hmé Iong ich occupied tó be pr large State, fiar m a some anxiety Ufete in relation ttf the fu- ture policy of, oor,Church. 2Tie question ha ¿orné ap-Mf the - ftethodiat * Church, North, proposes reunion—shall, we^c- ■cept 1'Opposed to this proposition, soine that we seek refuge from strife, in the .bosom of the Episcopal Church. Now,I beg to say that the agi- tation of. these questions is premature and fraught «ñth evil. In the first place the Northern Methodists have not pro- posed reunion, and I jJrpd...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette Tri-Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Civilian and Gazette Tri-Weekly — 23 August 1865

i The Grand L*d(« «I Texas, A. f. r N_R. M: Elfrin, Anstin, Graridr Master. BJcHHT lJoglas, Crocket, Dspaty Grand Master. A. M O«WríloiM't«, O.S. W- P.O. Tucker, Galreatnn, Q. J. W. - " d, G. Ti Geo. H. Brinsftiqrst, Houston, G. Secretary. W, y. Swain, Columbia, 1st DJ).G.M. Adams''Express Company* GREAT EASTERN, WESTERN Jooa'ban Nix, Lockhart, 2d W. H. McCutchi tUoion Hill, 3o Sam Hatbnr, New Brsunfels, 4th y.ISrSéttnn, 'SSff Sn^naflOé, Stir J. P. Taylor, Marshall, W. B. Butts, Houton, W. S. Petty, Br (tht Star, W. P. Bsiitain, Bosk, E. L. B'-anmontj Gomales, H. Chambers in, B> <> wnsrille, J. B. J< oes. Ceirsicaní, 6th 7th 8th 9th 19th 11ÜL lSih 13th 14 h 15ib 16th 17th IBtb do do do do • do do do do do do do do dtt do do do do do ScGampbeil, Goliad, G. G. Land, Liberty, W. G. Veal, Veal's Station, Wm. Tb*alon, San Saba, H. M. Donjtherty, Atasooea, D. D. Boseoborooitb, Bel Ion, 19tb w. w.g.Stan «fialdJaeksboro,29ih Be*. L. P. "Backer, , G. Chaplain. James Wrigle*, Libe...

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