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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 September 1857

B lü^üsrflíi a/sffeiif*- •i; ..-Ar-v ■M£ ; Agents, LS^É Í.Bterrert, , and the ,t?** , Jobo Y. Lawle , Orleans thia morn- Aab and the on the 80th August; Catholic Church Mr. Juam; Island City, baa our — oí tbe steamer je* fcr«i. tba will of Mrs. Hroifi ere set or, it ted to nit* for life. If all the Maryland distributed mm \ Ék 9SSt1* s í « ¡ B* !:l K1 .1 &tawnan-i —XS '{¡Silt<ti í,i ¿S"í J6 M OS63 m "ii . 3 5 . ■ -■■■ ''■< ->■■■ nm G SEPTEMBER t-il 4JIÓÍ time ago an article appeared in tbe Te* WBD5KDAY, 8ÉPT. 1«, 1 .-i .K-I ¡U : y>* fci;"" <-• fc-. ótá ís ' hax ,ftí «;¿A .-.-ii ;í^;'é¿suhm4 sfii « | fc:, 4"c>" " "'V5 *** 'Jl =, ..«PWP IUttf .tíjtvíi tfiii d#V7 AV.-A iicrci | w> pi-ít «•: .¡CiWüi'll ! i&JHH r lljitia; ) ■• <•••■'■■1 ^1 1' ' ■ ■!?■:' j ! ul ¿i ■ Democratio jour Journal of < others that < but not so c aa we dio, that t it peace to I in Northern i «til i equally bold it Believing, * wort by ( i of the,I searching a we have i which o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 September 1857

.•■V'VV-V . . .t K~! .fTn.í n„ th. i nnaiea enon on tm mot received, had tbe i s majority to * . r OlMt, tbe House wfll aving the largest i of the oertifioete. .eootfrCyé- ! Meesre. W. Chatfj, ¡ In ftitsre the r trUwiaeklyi on Tiies- mi r annum. , to 0*011$ entirely bfrr • hope may meet with a ■ members of tbe eraft. yean ago Jnstioe Lee and did muot of the mta. Lee vaa a buai- at his table, and rarely the entrance of company, entered' cod aaked to be Lee a wrote a line or two be- ' reaching his hand for tbe jenofl male, "Do yon want wife!" "Yes,sir!" "Doyon your husband Í","Y-e-ea, a-i-r," a finger in thee month and a wig- "I pronounce yon man and 'five dollars is the fee." took Sally by the hand and ite ahead, aoliloqaiaiDg, "guess darned bntohpr'a bill now." ' m£, I' ■pppitíoo. advance1 their hand, timed.ail as Southern something may if thera (we refer last year were Soath for t^e ■the clas« now wl future South and Texas, that they witch at the Dei declaration in and in the next ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 September 1857

^riu ynifl Choat, Rhodes, " " Ki ,and 4 .tnai'íxíf'as-iiz m É¡a&m¡$m .with 38,0 ftat.t : BT The steamer Betty Poweilwlll make semi- trips between GáWtóoo aoffloatam fWH Eclipse brought down yeattrday morning, times cotton, °"" smce 1st inst., RD rfdioSj "■ ^'«**'" «* k&ieioa i)t f^fhe schr. Alice bound fro 1 GAlveéton for riyer, with a cargo of ■áamo u«t 'ito butfl 8 ¿«tali 1 áiw aanore last w eonesoay mgra six .very mm > to do dot; , pat tha i take the brig into Havana where be rired oa the 9th September. £ |p mm Bat few Mailing fwies aje to be seen in the wal^W business, and apprehension and, mi*tru*t spare bnt few.. It is to be hoped, however, that confidence will soOn be restorea,'Whenever it la deserved. It waa a boat time for the winnowing procese. > itiafortnnata't] supply of cotton in that .oitv Is so'small. We ■■■■ «fifí•■•Ti ilárt t.M _ there any oooaicl* *hlfi;qu*ntky on the mwfcst a. material decline wonld be unavoidable. The lMnnfactoriaa'%ontitane to susp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 September 1857

'aájfeí B| : X v. rsa i «tt it Ésnr«${ to * ¿{íí# '«-¡-/í'— I r f^an oottén ma*etl i . " T^3 " " ■ . - ■ " where goods ara 1 .1 'IWtJTlJg iUI® f< ... as wall asthe streets , ara being hanÚd and ra- and activity. Among tbe ara th« barques Ti" V«ata, from Boston ;ths Sampson and " Wm. U. Sica (new) and all with large and vaina Others are expected reoeiving large and ■Eh leave regularly, On alternate Ban Antonio and J. Jenkins in the same trade; and to begin her fall cam- It by way of Berwiok'e I duly noted elsewhere. i more briskly, and boats will soon have ■ of the week anm ntire receipts of new near- has not shown mnoh is nnabated. The i now ranga aa follows: DL4SSII10 ATI D Rt ..............uxmu .....15 «15] 15X®15; ....... 15X&15: i request, and are now (1(0 «1 26 Boeton. Sept. 16, 1857. on the market to- id^operations to some400 bales at about to Good Middlicg new crop. aid TenMssee at *5®5 19. nixed 03Ke. and 65®6I at I5&; boulders I3x@14c.* ft. M. 9 %. . , s i ia8ft-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 September 1857

■ '■V "%í;&v'v5 ■nr , . llM * ./•'/ r3®2SMr H. H. Child's vannah, Bept. 18.—Wa are hilds, of tbe firm of Child <fc Tork, one of the five survivors «ho arrived befeMs for Mb. Child'b mjjoumv*. ' I "i BROWN. nnssi^A?, fo the day the 8tb.) • fresh breeze * The steamer Tafead CHy, Capt. J. H. Star- last ftíght from Houston, with 272 cotton, 8 hides and fit* following IKDumMe, Glbspn, ¡Murphy,Berry, Pelrson, tall; Hoppe, Elkins, Benton, Hur- . adry.Blrel, CóUher, Talbot, Dead- aval, Boome, Weston, Dortn, Hooper, Hur- •aon, Conner, Mn. Glassboek, Miss Lamar and servant, Mias Harper. iy,Ben. Hubert. „• The steamer Jenkins, Capt. N. P. Speen, Ived on Sunday from Houston, with 221 bales 2 bandlespeltrióq aact the^follow-- ly, servgntand child, Vogel and rg,JJ. A. Finker, Chapman, H' l, v* onenourg, u. A. r inker, Chapman, Hynea, O. Cuabman, B. W. Peasap and friend, J. B. i Camera, Wra. Jones, S on deok and 2 horses.- lCu^fg. Passenoers rta Charles Mobqan.—Clay, Leo- l, J-. A,-Settle* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 September 1857

avings Northern and i condition.— ve show «j*** 3er, and I this city betwean Major John Marahall, 1 Dr. Phillips, r tbe late oanvaas. r confirma the Mat ; h party fired six shots without ■ i ware separatedwith- > from anewapaper oontroveey, f regret snob an occurrence. ,o ilHOt JU-:B-W: 7j:C as exchanges persist in ¡sementé although the oso. District Attorneys permitting tjiia ofisnce to knowand respect ave gained nfMNrlj i*thoa- since lastyear.^ The peo- ) be ooznioff to their 8$osee ;■" ,Tr ' t ' - -rrr «JynMT i; bnt religion is still in a i that region, as tjto, prea- i tt r|tnxa to tb,e}tappre- MMLuiidg The last i viotis week, < yean. Nam I on AovUera eeeosnt •imoet to the lui: dollar u oea to move, and than we ble among óñr hanks. This i moment in-a better eoÜ<B- i it will be again for many .bmmenoe drawing oh as j trouble ¡uoh'a$'%$ Bive not seen for The South-ieriab and atrowg. ^Their will keep it withiri their own to énoonrage and sustain their iraat between the Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 September 1857

- T ** I tbeie la no truth, but ti <.. "" .1 «hall not here end now j ntatively proving, but That there is leee ap .f troth ■ mmm i ' • \¡ I; sympathise with our friend *™ of the Houston Telegraph, HX> oun.u than at tbe No "Stamd. That slave owners ve own- > the toati ; tbe political c _ •blob yon Free-soiler poll - Aepurelii i i>a.., no w CtarfmAOTWa.—From the (Meat N. Fork Bank atatement it appears that ««single week ibe amount of loan was reduced tmomil- liont, two hundred and OArty-fi** thou*ond dollar,! making a redaction within si* weak , and princi- pally within three week , ef orar twelve million* of dollar! I Discounts within^be same time were re sudden reduction^Uowsd ss sodden a rise July, in which time the expansion was over million of dollar 1 Though new six millions be; ] low the amount of loanaoa the Brat week in July," pub lio con&denee is eot yet restored, and a on traction of several millions yet will probably have to be saade before die loweat dept...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 September 1857

• ¿ . - ¡&. k 3t" -; ■: v ,••;; _ • ••. .•••••' ; _ ■ ■ - :■' •; ■■ _ . - ■ ■*; * .-.,■. ■' ?ív*ív r •' '• " ' 1 - Stoat with it ; ni tifbe 1 he 1 yUHtww.'BW; ow the t tM Mssm Tf~ '«iwy.MWW-gy EOpl o i.OfcAt ir«o* tx ¿a.' 7o"i-; • *••<«^••••4 . H¡ . • •••••« •• «*••••• ;••••*« 15, ••«* ..... qaeat (ban formerly ; . .pe .lb.B port*4, l%".íjflÍSsa B to 19 cents, according ta IV1lolStf. «1 table. ' 1 Market. r Evening, Sept. 23, 1857. n active demand to-day, it fully 4000 bate ,,nearly if new crop. Prices are >OU OLAtsrrioation. ■ i... «10 ?- I3XSM 1SXSH5* ..........15 Ji®IO 1BK®1«X e. .... .... S....es.e. ... ind on ship-board not cleared £5,006 > 58; 95 75 for fancy; unbrand- t " 9 bbl for Meas. 1 are retailing at 14c., and ribbed 9 ft. Prtifie, In bbl« and tierces, rtra rectified Sic. 9 gallon, and Raw at Creole was sold to- sS60 head or Texas and A exaa at «14(936 9 bead. r Ike following Article* at '—*. for the past Week MM. , 1857...Í 071 .... 1P57- .... 1,851— 3,108...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 October 1857

at r^óm without prioé, i to the Sute, dimetly or in- " itionized, similar to ™7'?TT-' fvsrS ™ . " * * «ket.t "Ml tome from to aid railroads of the tou t itfito.ottór of eapply have we I- None tat. taxation.— stem Texas will be U foeiw hw ti endow agricaltaral institutions, assist schoolsand enoouraga '■ supj Atiergwafcj, of utility as may be worthy of legislative a bAld one, a*k ronto aturo—, ie or interest jMt*now¿ Whej> be both a will and a way to open a eaoross it, by means of the antalga- of the part , interested,in tbe^revio astbe"Leol- ts formed for ^er means of J vej to some potot *. pelote on the rmj - -TÍ j ffj iwn|Wf m .í.-mVtí r .. 1 •..•>«, >• , •(< Moeooir,FpiJfc Co«-H*at^ and nop* ate « tremely goódihttUs county this jew, and shoald the worms but miss M, (here will be a much larger ootton erop made in t«. obúíty thisyear,' than ever haa been made heretofore. —1 Pbk*bttxüíx2i.—The Be . D. C. Henderson, Su ted Glsrit, gives notice in the Birdvtfe Union, I tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 October 1857

pjxiij ce <• Sri :z.*f < to ¡xpriss our mind-oftbe , y.. awKíant i MÍO iuirjWfc •>W*>ñh^: g(!«l4 ! tívrtl- fc!Í6i#|' yS r Daoro Oon. Wr> pAJf-ÜSwj i the seed of Chinese from Oil remarkable ¿7 r and peelings ef tbe une. . >. Tbe huí of the Mad I mo.t luting dye. -Tbe postmaster requests a this date till spring the office will i 8a. h. to 41. m. -L Oyer, on the Strand, has just i magnificent stock of General Mercban- [ under hit personal nptrririon Af-| ¡through the establishment, we thought jrapply almost any thing within the rea- and < w«aU of housekeepers or others. Giro each, ' Firn a* Kmt Win.—Yellow ferérj , broke oat at Kay West on the 8th sa in all. Mrs. Max- , of the Marine Hoapital, 1 •*' Haw York Her , dated Beptem- Burveyor Hiaapeeohl pftWrown^Sl twill be more tfyÜÜ with oa toil from one end of the year 'W/tíéíkj when moth 'e thefdrtonesmade , Sweated or spent BHi of ! neighbor, oi the TeUgrapH. we bare no doobt but there U ten i *.v ja. |(eW Orleans a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 October 1857

i I 1 .5 r Ib. ' nearly or are now quoted at e ofjast week had Wool. Exported, nine balee. Seven bandies exported. Hhjfpiho continues abundant lot the demand in the export trade. The following vessels arrived this week: Schr. Montrose from New York with B. B. Iron Brio Zuleika from Boston with B. B. Iron. withm« ebnWOOd *n^ br^ ®ou'^ ^0m New .York Bohr. Clotilda from Tampieo with fruit. '' vfattet- C, Sept. 30, 1857. COTTON—Exchange is (till extremely difficult of "le> *** buyer, are unable toenter the cotton market T? transactions to-day hay been confined to one er two trifling lota. We attll omit quotations. This was the ease for three days. No change was made in quotations, but the Picayune says: Purchases could undoubtedly be made at a marked decline from previous rates, bui the impossibility of passing Kx- change, has thrown buyers out of the market The sales of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday did not ex- ceed Ore thousand bales. Flour had declined. On Wednesday One and super-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 October 1857

there*! I blast, night," and brave, I fall of sweet days and roses, ye have yonr closes; die. 'war~ , +*'■* Only a swset and virtuous soul, Like seasoned, timber never gives; Bat, t^hthewlwlswerldtaroto coal, ' is', , !., I.IÚ W87. Ill IMbérsxii * Oí.' thin a try-wat of Oen Stone Vw cnwWE of the Mid Wm. P. Assessor and "" lisbed in a i City [demanded the rote on inflow stood u follow : of kin. Lesgue, Menard, Bydnor, i/alfs, Lldstone and Ma- iwhoWnnmber of the Aldermen sin j toe resolutions were rojBctw. * , on motion the alar meeting, on . PellUetaa «pedes of American news- >1 more current yean ago finita inception in the ••Charcoal ' of the late Joseph C. Ned, of Fhiladel , wa* extremely ss.Mug-1 mean the detailed i ef "hud cases" found by the dty watch I brought before tbe dty Conodl as Dogberry saje, to "be exami- í passage in the u/e of ; ' r his feet across the añedlbisheadnpon > volunteer to be a glove t , in', dilapidated eo?dition-out at, of pocket, out ol the streets...

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

> BKNKY BtfOWH J % 1 frj ' . , Vil Mb if *■; PH ,.í«C-;.:-ÍB :!# This I •,'IMT. bales cotton G. Montgomery ConTXAcrrs Lrr fo-day the Kate Engineer let the contract for etearjir out the lower division of Sabine river to Capt. Jtobert 8. PaUoa and asaoci -the upper divM toMaJor Thoma M. Likens. Db. Boyal write < theCivilian asfollow*: WoeovrtM, Bept. 2 , 1867. The tropa tbreugk this region are fine, both cot- ton and earn. T #e is quite a ls^.«mrfgratien western, ooontiee sad tba ', and Newton eonoties, up. Tba fine timber, bold well watar,and,',I may eay, given the preference to thie of fifty eents per bnabel for oorn I reoollect tbat I gave the throe or four year past, > the first portion of Texas itagta thai) any other. It afford* noes good cotton and and It bid! /.*] A recente a greats tograstadfi duct oft * ftrslflar i soilsnd ol its culture. SÜ that had 1 mail* (1 i iñ 'Jasper ootthty is creating . .nortea tobacoo,is.yaised there A man realizad from the pre- upwarda of ...

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

He' '- uyi, haa lately «old a* bushel, at Anstln. fi 1 aa high aa «8 per bushel. I received bj the Galveston commercial fail orea, which we oopy, aa we notice in (hem no ;ed with hnntn— in r Market aa yet exhibit* no to the i and Collector* of Cus- i embarkation of Klttraaten, it 1 that the Nary Department haaaent i to the Commanders of the Home armed parties designing to i or Costa Rica. tThe Telegraph says f • day or two paat have flooded our oars down without «tint. The j aa a riere, and tbe upper re- | to overflowing. The ground la be- in, and eraoka whioh have now r two years an solid mud. i oontlouea to roll In faster tban ever. Con- i lateness of the qrop, it aeema to be irard with unexampled rapidity. Salea "le are also better than uaual for the Great activity prevalía in buaineaa , we trnat, will continue through the -Jp reply to the many inquires I to the Mayor, in regard to the Ballroad and for the Information of ^concerned, atete, that Immediately c i Ordinance providing...

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

sfcÜ i Onion who i i lost, 1a his death, a j Hi* Mtt ia tobe C1M.I to MMItl party of thia Stats, it ia ia the man of Rev. J. í ia, aa to i • fill d tbe raising of a e I the eoaat from the mnrderooa at> ) leaking a oil that line. The Beporter ityi that tweak ; " X".; L the money quantity, of oanta. and the from the appearance of loaded (streets, aid the busy appearance of the atone, that a large amount of goods had been tW Mr. JS. D. Can, Clothing Merchant at Ana- tin , gave «a a call on Batarday, on hie return from • trip North, where he joined hhneelf for life toone of the gentle ees. He s*jrs he baa brought on a of An tin may advance their rate* on onr Legislators and othere visiting the Capitol B. D. Can 4 Co. will fit them out In No. 1 style at rodneed prices. As «V Mend D. Neil has mads a similar promise, It Is hoped things may not aver- aga so badly at Austin after all. We mentis* these fkets for the edification and mental relief pf those who hare &en deputed to le- gis...

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

flmww-e in «he animal* him was lost. The little pony m te the work, •U«b*«la • aTer munimiln even be • r of hi* hone or HnmW, sad be was in a ry. IÍ he rolled off hewoold iby hia Meada; if the 1 "eh linee with him, so far be killed. Either way death seemed ine- i front my c ÜSÉili the Market. " Imphee, the the following directions for the stalks, ripe, aad boiling down the Jaieeof the these varieties which are likely to be gpown In many places where the old cane ia not. The first thing is to permit the sorgho to folly ripen, aa in that condition it makes the best syrap, aad will be free Irom grassy flavor complained of in previous experiments. This is known by the seeds becoming Meek and hard. When folly ripe, with a corn oatter, a large earring knife, or, what is better; a small hatchet, cat the canes off dose ' strip off their leaves as &r as the and chop off the rest of the stalk, tare planting, if the cane d quality; if not, give them to The aest tlftagli to extract the jaic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 October 1857

:Xh;'*&W • .•*•*«••• «i# I. Boach. l.'UW |9~ Hon. F. B. Lubbock, Lieut. Governor eleot, paid Galveston a visit the beginninj of the present weak. Si is ita his usual fine heath and «pirita, s aa though the improve! state of the range, since the fall rains, agreed wiih Mm. :. ' . in i ' i•— fím r\ EST Maj. J. W. 8oott,U. 3. mail agent, arrived at Galveston this morning, from a tour up the Trinity, and through the adjacent «untry, aa far aa Woodville. s-;" L. Steel, arrived last sight from Liberty, with 88 John Hall Fuld; 2 ®-Gen. Thomas J. Chambers iain the city. Hianama has been suggested by the Macó Souther- ner,'Belton Independent and Baatnp Advertiser aa theauooeeaorofQen.Bask. jr > Hxw Yobx, Oot. 8, 1857.—The following vessels ara now tip for Galveston Ship J. W. Fannin; brig North; bark Golden Age and baik Anna. W. J. Harrison, E*qr., ia now editir and pub- lisher of As "Banger," Mr. LancasY having re- tired fcr'thé present from the laboreif that posi- No change will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 October 1857

.twelve deaths from Tellow fa- ' Iwt week. All d ngw <^.«n think _ or God.—Jáuart. Jones, placed opon onr Utile, from the & Co., Philadelphia, the t wórk, so much applauded by ' especially Christian?, en- lot God; by Rev. Fred A. r of the Hew School Presbyterian i io-day to notice this profound j of Slavery, farther than to say it J thorough and triumphant—one ut to be' read to earry conviction to Open to the impression* of tort*.- It ' i bands of every one,and eaa be bad t Co.,Strand. It possesess all th« in- a novel, but deals in sr punen t,'enlivened "dm and thaqgbt of the '!> %' i>« ► Wstrons arrived at Brownsville by , on the 5th instant, to bold the ElEEHai among the holders of m on Friday laat by the ■jok—The negroea i oiation forthej ie right of anff. (lately m New York, a of the Bepublioar- > Hew York! id á ''lying . they declared jven by the Eej, i Academy of Km by two poor negro c for it to thia day. •f miasissippi of the 6th inst., has . relation to this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 October 1857

■■ -■ .moor Saturday was Ml apart te tibe loewedfthedourm- b demanda of the nu- and others,) having small ameuDta neoessary to their daily sabsiatcoce. ^ waa being withdrawn before the crisis. Pkkachir—The Austin r ji that F. M. Gibson has delivered his «i theological add renin the Chrietian Church, in I now holding camp meeting on the ■MM ' ■!! FAiariaLD, the Fieeeerssfs, is new a body corpo- and be aned." On the 4th inst. J. C. Yarbro, D, Bragg, L. R Bradley, Esq., W. L. Aldermen; E. L. Cralle, Wm. Cottony Constable. - • - r- • Jaoxsow Cooirrr.—A letter from a leading citizen of Jackson county saysAjVe have had fine rains and plenty, the grasa n as fine as I ever saw it at this season of "the year, and oor stuck are doing well. The corn crop in this connty is sufficient for the wants of the community, and although, the cotton crop is shaft it has turned oat more than we expected, and our beeves baring found a ready market, leavee us comparatively easy circumstances. The papers tei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 October 1857

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Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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