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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 October 1857

i, 7, ,W. a deck. Capt. Mauk, «r- balea cot*ont losdaokv Island City, Capt. J. H from Houston, with 874 í tai Itera,' Freed¡ , Hooper, __p ij (rom b 98 bales láy, to B. ;S. Par- to üspt. tW Major McCulloch, U. 8. Marshal, got home yesterday. He denies the soft impeachment of be- ing afflicted with the Nicaraguan tever. - í11 *' i. 1st, The Annas) Methodist Conference of Texas, is about assembling at WacO,following in the foot- steps of the Democraoy. We trust they may make men con verte among the Wna-cos than theDemo- ■ entio. Convention. .* ■_£ " \£LÍ¡E?. yt" We were pleased yesterdsy, to greet our es- teemed friend, the Bevw James H^S^ríbling, of Gon- ssles, returning from a tour in searah of health and a visit to hia uneie, Com. Stribling, at the Pensa- seis Nsvy Yard." He returns pot'ln perfect, but much improved health. r ^ bisaotab, Vxby.—The St. Louis Intelligencer of the 7th inst., (the dsy before that on whioh the oitixsns of St. Louia were appalled by the terrible shock of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 October 1857

rd oloaed. >, npon vhioh public lipping and Commercial List wss mAtioBa MVIIIVI r mouveSf woiuo • antil do him no would be u withholding _ W-&.M ¿S irannpi > make tbe paper of this of Texas. We from all parts of the Iuarters. The Hons- that not less teaaflfo,- r fa the bacdsof Tex« people, í oat by Texas booses. The amc ►be ranch greater than that here t effect oí tbe panic these bUl i disposed-of fa the interior ata disco While we would cau- tsaeraBciug them at these t to, them that they would i State good service by , to give them farther circulation, and j tbe amount already out back for redemp- i rapidly as possible. their destination in I order. So hr the trade haa been reasonably ; bat tbe advance fa first price hi Mex- • fa Missouri, from the f wlÚlessen die profits fa Robinson, sailed p Liverpool, with 1,119 balee ootton. . Kauffmann ft Klaner. * B. Crane, Esq., Purser or tbe steamer , bse our thanks for past favors. I The steamship Texas, a magnificent vessel, for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 October 1857

. arrived f t "' •' fty- «S8P«~.™ •iiii* '• wick, ,; while bank issues, verbially soulless par- ; the fact that the; with 86,000 I, Cut. Spalding, a Bivsr (via canal) , arrived from Sabine, > N. Lidatone & Co, r to Mr. Tarver will ap- ; joat some to hand. i floor, wheat, corn, beans; onions, 1 chocolate are advertised for sale in the San Antonio papers. The Beporter says that "a man calling himself Lewis, was arrested last week at Biohmond, upon F killed a man named Stew ait in loonnty. i Potter and Brown took their depar- ture f&r Austin last Saturday evening. Mr. Joseph will probably leave to-morrow. OP" The New Orleans papers contain an ad- vertisement of the steamer Bobert Waterman to ran from New Orleans to Salaria, at the entrance of Matagorda Bay, where she will by met by a river steamer,, carrying goods and passengers to Kemper's Bloffj sixty miles in the interior. tyThe New York Mercury swallows the story of the fabulous fight in Texas, id which *' Evans •b<$ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 October 1857

«•¡S'asi plift. ..v-i-vw*'- I - * rwfek, 1M i «01 t lot St 91 1 WuUti, at *is«3e bead. jnwYwá'i 1 sod brig North, cleared at N, HOD, Oct, 19; [ were-the quotations for Domeetk* 1 October. Domano Gecps. , Brown¿ M...«ú T <8 Y: 10 1 T-8..„... on hsgd lit 8«pt, 1857 .....j.,,...... ...iv 3,111— >K8 i1fiS Articles st ARTICLES. b'iei _ ..18. * WhEfcy ,.bbls Oat*...V. ...i Bait sack. U:0 Hay.............bales ; ,1... Fmhly) TotaL 1ÜM5 611 11 ISO SI ma «X 155 sua Í3I 4e3 1690 740 . ' j j :SJ- It 4M MSB "E go 717 733 9340 9140 UTS 9118 448 •f Galveston (or rio LIVERPOOL.— Per bark Sampson—1119 balsa cotton ^ Psr ship W B Travis—1559 bale cotton. -X1"1 „ .... German MWt ; Bimllshfire..... M .•¿liiSTJ-SS ~ OOOLATE—No 1 idale.,... !hampuign.... -Velvet ........ ■N..B' _ iloasas-Mfl hldea. dp Gslvsston—115 balea cotton. TOTiL EXPORTO FOB THE PAST WKBK—S831 bales eotlon, 300 hides. •f Lsaaber and Minarles at Part tar the past week. . ' Shinrtes. Lamber. Psr lip Maggie Jane fin Sabine— 2fl,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 November 1857

*85 «¡tí afjftía Mmmaá'.ató a;«d * , M. r#«S? bno-Ki .í-Jf-.'í :t 03 sub stTWatl: «.Ú ••%«''. ' "-*« ! ' •*• : - ■ ■■ ' TÍ' -il- '- ü " - " ' -■ I" .--.^ - ■ ,.. i: i. ;; T*0.&8 h t--U.it i ¡neou'í bita guimii! «SU T • •jiiüí-.Ü w Jff¡ :«5í«CI -íSAaK3óSl iBiihiíini v . a -ees Si -/Hnnrol JaJi se ir<>fjc..«; ;,7 -<l -'• T ;„■«' .....nh...... ■.,.* ■ -t • i .,*, i. .< , ,■■■ . f;ii ' "W •> tlí: ;í}9 < htr. . lOToiH JÍ OOChW d}b ..«a i.j,, . i.. a ya. , i N Í®PNÍÍWmh M ,irií oük ít i^, '" "«*«•* stags' .■-.•19 <•-• fr-Mí V'-jitM" üifliYi"T-ir aarssm sí : ••«i-.-a <•-. ' '"JÉ VHMrtlNMl tlM' PAM.' "- > Tbis'niernibg weaeeMrtWlj picked up «ób i i a<j N«W Oblbanb Mail.—The Mail for NeW Orleans .íróáíi County of the ^atíbhal IntelHg&éisr^á¿e willotoee to-morrow ( Thursday 39th 1ft lishedln GsNeston, Jaly-17,1941, which afford to prevent any further i hardlj expect, me to send Mm "f, to; jtf<fi: blip tlmelyadmboition. i take, tí Mr. Tarver in hi appea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 November 1857

hi (of thee Ha; Tub BomtDABT Dispute in. our columns to be about as difficult of solution as The com crop , but in the bottoms along the creeks and rivets, i by a freshet last August, the farmers generally «111 make enough Conner of aged 58 years, - ter of A. and Mary Ha of the interior; but ntt report sisyetof a sufficient rise in navigation. tain. As yet the disposition to com with 50,000 feet so correctly; but it seems they scarcely ; "whenever did't^í^ar,4í«i^>«P ?# «leKipuWíc of eTer summer, they de .. . . Big an old citizen of Galveston, aged"about 70 years. rUedjytwa^jwppheoled „by_ ^ «ctaiond. Oct.3Stb, Tewan4the)DflHe4^t^M>ft^H#rtbi^bout _ . . . . • mouth oí the Sabine- **> . .** M -MO* X*"™ th#n * * * 1" th"* ®potto *** I crowd to wake l ot hard after they , is « Matter of inference. ■■■■ & , '.ii '-'¡in * - - ¿á£ '■ BT D e steaiu/propeller Tweedside came up to i passed through Mkxicax Cobm ahd"Wh*a .—a great many «arts "« • ii laden with porn and wheat from P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 November 1857

ajñfiáwQ'' k&E*wOr- — ' í i' } '• Eton deck. r Yobk, Oct. írom Live U. 8. A., 'V i®j IíÍVÍRFOOL, Oct. 4.—1 three days amounted to 19,000 taking >7,000 and exponen 1,000 bales. The market tfpened bédtdnt, t uV closed quiet market id general); unchanged. Wu idly more atcingent. Bank ratea advanced to 1 per. eent. Consola have declined and am quoted at 88. tts and Hubbard.Hut any and ren, CO'- Hiss jnnnney and brother, Bolloook, Holen- Daber, stein and lady,JCri-'AaiM>toD and children, Dennett, Garrett Nobles, lira. Cooley and daughter, Miss Glorin, Bobersou, Spinglet, Copeland wife and chlld- 1, Wintinge, Wix- and lady. SSaXi I Smith, Hetborn, and «0 on diok Mayor of jpjjli . Bobslabt —The house ofDan, Phillips at th* corner of Tremont street and the Strand, wsa entered «9Bandar night and robbed of all the money In the till, amounting to the mormons sum of $1 and aome dimes. Dsn think* the thfef was engaged in a > that any Ed hod* CrraiA* <S¡ GA rr.-¿Th¡nkicg possi- bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 November 1857

Bow strong i He * % seen of it landed, in • «!«*• with #nd t,fctely milea above t >.Uxi d how,mighty •'• •' ¿ > V H -iv?6.i!oK :• • <••••:'y ¡i '■ ' ..' ¿«Sí Ahead, then, keep poshing; • a«iri r " ' ' ' " ng theenvious^-rm —«..^oseeíhaí bxey¿ . '* ' - - . 'lllS* might of Uwir wisdom Wfianawaay fail. : ItimanhMdVfiiirpridé, Let thWhe'yoo r motto Tutor fó'itítep to guide ; In atoriii ktfcF in annshiiie, Whatever aesail. " Wen 1 OfiWkrd" ánd'-oohquer, And never ear.'fai] ! .,h> V.' r>;i J ;• r ■ ..r> «10 a4.% e . U . • ' :;'— _H4eTási Wood* Power, * ■toii'Sortayw.i.'.c 81&¿aes7.7^ B Compton. 6 do to J Wx, did not < Klaener,S8 do Headly A lo M t I Lr,ia tfC'íííJl icbols <fe C > to. itoRA D G MUls, 10 do ta Ball, Hatchings & Co. nod BRAZOS RVIER-«hrSheltOn-35 bales éol i to McMataan & Gilbert. r E*DO MIUi¡I )MLTBEHTV, Per steamer Bet$'PÍ¡WeÍfc¿íl bale's i to Wood A Pbwer.Sdo to l Iiyer. ; ~ s'r.B^rty'Powetl — i j bales ' : ft. T«dkDavis-S5 bales ) L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 November 1857

HH tM rü -í|¡h^ . p pa« -ir ' • -... ■■•-., . .iff* ■.-■v' to W«ll ' •• *v«*v3 «! *«.' 5M. Vi?".- s^phvií i'íi.^ú : : í ' r' iñir.■>• I , 'i ? n ¿*¿a /' ' - ifc (VkK-'mUiX.'rft M •«<■* *"# NniipIMigH j*i<*9s$ vtüán -ai ' - • L' ;,.a.j.n.' ::-'i-'- -s'.: dv- Ur¡r ií'-*Wj?*t i T i-l-. •'■ rfiíw -iwoi-vtll nwr! -Jtar fí^R j wW*l !"dJ siivf-pj#* «s fc .i^nsiaia A "«/nfifraH «.f 3A ¡f ■ :J ,9!«* bí¡> *' = .jq..:. üta •-•M vrv>rt-!i «iT .tnArfitrm i (N, TUESDAY 7 ■';■■■■ - * -•' . IMLU Col: Oct. 81st, ■« . v :—Anóthw of tbose murderous Ingsof the City Council. Gja. xs*oir, Nov. let, 1857. ScÉzaHEafc 3JWÍM¿*" 53t/;*p£H ie l^li i ' 'i iii.'i Í8?< V populous ^IrtttbuKusasW-,{Multara W#-r-, District Court or the as nasi f -H.UKI Wi*srA re *#•> andwas drbWned. SifcMÜOU plicate Tom Steil> s) views art'¿«iMhwl.'-'nif qW jwfe&Vtoo, re, we suspect that wediffar but little from r«Wc^lcl-0n't¿ii^e.tl0n. . .state ; ; as to putfidic* prudent and eautioua men attinst the sys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 November 1857

I of h ntbn feeble >sid meter!«lly In feed- Three oat of Isnrander. Grymet, Capt. Dykers, Fort, Merits, end Wtii'i&k. — •-« - tW The berk Élisabetk,Cept.Hartman, arrived yeeterday Mb test, from Bremen, with 1(4 Km i gruta. ¡ dWa¡o«j. ,)wrft , 18 members ;*• t. T Dietrieb r.r >■ ■ r Oauum wes note i bads i a no ser: the Trae Delta «aja stationed of St. Mary'e ünriingsfcoii drays to shift for them- flijjbt. They eon tinned rere finally driven'i lea in whoin* ' to do their' dn • Many of i to merob WWKct ft) the Ndrth aud Middling cotton at iat Sept. sns¿ animals ace now among the peculiar mmM Deris, Ex-Secietary oil bjirayofthrí*.' the Iralntoo slow, and fnrniab fuel for the por- ta' the fast line, the t^go back to first in- the land of the East, _ „ _e started the Camels, which, b,like tbe good time iir tbe aoi%, always have come itHfc% instance. Mein may in California any day ; bat thus the camel has only been seen in Texas, or •les. We are in debted to the General nent for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 November 1857

í, " rtw ' Place ■ ■ * ■ Cha*. W< , W «y, from Berwick's New 'riday" lesera. Buchnell f, arrived Ssturdsylast balee of cotton to •••: tl i Fannin, who toseaoasn oar miles east r about 10 hours. Dg witlr Capt. w. Tbe Bank of England baa advanced its ratee to Jer cent.) (closed at 88 to 88}f. Bank baa raised ita rates to 1% Oct. 20. P. M.'—There Is a oalmneee loney Market, notwithatand- ratesofinterest. i Here are no signs of a renewal of tbe drain of gold to the Continent. American securities closed active. LoHDoH. Oct. 20.—Console closed at SS% to 88}f. 'to hi ' .fnune.. Bank of France advanced her rate one per cent. Madaraicar. : Tbe Qneen of Madagascar has expelled all Europ- ean residents from her dominions.. ■ — ■ *• ■ India Wé have nothing later from India hy this arrival. ' Arrival af the Ar&jro* NiwTobe, Navlé;—TbeArago from Liverpool paesengérfcy the ship Fannin from New York, and on tbe 21et bes just arrived.: " thus added ahi p wreck to the many other "disss treas t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 November 1857

pfeíií vidhv ÍT$-j¿¡.fmsstí- 1 üloto parte * > ro-o Juls- i i tf31 I f !!l d K Sttr '-> ' ng}**f|¡ i Ife-ssc-ü-ífa ■ ?«!)«.!,; Í líitjfltíifi'' "•■ - o¿-. - ilí03*.í f ti 'bw'só¡¡yj* > wf) fi,;j : áf £íp«ed vorfj íf| ñ&*)#sj' ítaf . írtíi.-a^: í todo, gO- i H $ •■ $a i ▼id ~«c> - > z ii&j i * -s'jiq ul -f'..' * |i « atóu! ubi ,„. |¿«*S aq loog aa he i, a«gti oiKJOfitii ¡ belief btoaelf r of oar narchsnte aad concludes ! «edit; In fin years from r will be a banker in Chicago.—JV >í,*av>í'-,e,!lv;) 1 vimffiv. iitf ' r',-."UL-a: IBT OF ftAJUTEStj#. - ¿mi. .a.i. <■ • gc.#fo 9(¡¿ in, Plaoe,New. Orleans. ' Galveston,Washburn, ~ BfreJsiS PHI i0 ' ,i« .•!.SMft«it#aoO¡ ' -"-rfjui - , New (Meant. óeUvwrpooL oQX.it: Í*M- XWa. lj'Pi ee( " IndiaBola. 11,1 :-J í*íw frjmj.: £fesúí3 ¿8*2 was apa ;%í¡ .•ill"(M r MK«lH#SOTWf* nupr^ •" «M , to Jünwcfilai o'J , . a.- ■ Ifriees Ónwent. "ÓT >l-I: :t|g ut 717 «4ÍJOT 1IS T-Ojltift ¡-P, K ICBB.iJ ;—rf^"'.•:■ • " Ti - ■yr-....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 November 1857

-Kvt ..•• i -Ví; i S-W Sn,: •— . S-• ■ :•' " v/ ; : . . ' : '' ' i, ' - ===== - " ■ ••• •. í ' v'; -ALVESTOIV, TÜE^BAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1857 NO. 37. i ft , Capt. J. H. Ster- do and the following r, Jackson. Oliphant, Archer, - Oldham, Bed- ickshear and lady, F. , ■" .... Betty Powell, Capt. Mank, om Liberty, with 40 balea cot- 1 the following passengers: 2 daughters, J. Wrigley, H. 1 4 oil deck. steamer Eclipse came into port last i a cargo of Wet goods from tbe wreok of i. The Eclipse brought every thing whloh could be reached, the FanniiÉbeing fall of The'steamer returned to t^wreok this g, to try whether any thing could be effect- * an attempt to pump out the hull of the wreck- ed yeasel. CT* Our thanks are due to Col. ffm. Cook and r. Bobt. Barney of the fine passenger steamer Is- , for past (avow. •>"' Governor's Message meets with general Itia clear, comprehensive, inde- , and dignified. The friends of Got. Pease, and State at large, will have little to regreit, and nr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 November 1857

JRP J3§§ Obi* or Maxioo . to bold a i thereby the wheeb i the tlireat- there must be a general cessa- t certainly be something wrong in the i of die United States; for no com- isdiately the banks ague," and a few nnonnce suspension This clearly manifests that 1 aa prevails in Í in, altboagh ad- " ladran tages of l not foreseen A tnfflnr mmmi tommcr sen j upon the natter so mnch i was so frequently in finan k it not, as we have already re- ) so intimatly and directly con- r and commercial ope- t in his State and national secu- B large shareholders in his railways undertakings. If, then, his i tumbling down, John Ball the spot. He doos j crisis, soss to "realize" jr avert a total spoliation of his ng the nature and made sure of an export of They were not wrong. The which sailed, for New York, on , took oat, as a first installment, we This will be continued weekly, reeklv, as long as the monetary I affairs of the -United States con- r are, and the rate of exchange re It wonld pay specu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 November 1857

liPMIaMW '. - lÉil |^SíifemÉéi«é@sm9Í from New r* c^faw^ v'rSBSMtaa®*^ b it may ; for your 1 ontbe voyage. H.Bouten, Mash r (Bunday) morning, i tobar berth this . Sbackleford. i Oruun Mail.—The Ban Anto- 'ea the following aa the time oI tbe ■ips ofthe San Antonio and Sao Die- . . .•: >■■&,:*.•-. "■•'•- ,. .'....68 day , «8 •• 80 " 80 " — *«*" bw is that 26 days will be about ) of thia mail from San Antonio to distance we lee ia pat down at I and fifty milea. Wrtttif an« Eittin i friend complains of the recent pancity of our la. They might be longer withont any ad- > to our readers. i task of editing a newspaper begins to be re- by many aa involving the duty to write a it of matter for each issue, whether daily Moat daily papers employ a writer sl- Ively to furnish leading original article*, and this duty ia about aa maoh aa any one man de- sires to discharge continuously. It ia independent of the department of News, which requires a know- ledge of the eurrent events of tbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 November 1857

¡. HI ; Si ÉK apt to be an onist Good house rib* ESaS. ExcHAsex—The demand is repon •light: bn New York selling tt pur, < New Orleans at % $ cent premium—B« No salas on either place. of aaeboole. 1 jst to Bee eauied way 17"lbe.and are and now as that loan take I wer Born and all y on that I mud and from The aooounU, which reach a# from, and by way of, New Orleans, are as enoonraging as could rea sonabiy have been anticipated. The cotton mar- ket rallied rapidly at the oloee of last and begining of this week, and holders, as is always the case on a rising market, advanced their demands quite as rapidly is buyers made concessions. The Picayune •ays that after, the excitement of the few preoeding days, the market sobered down on Tuesday, and there was less disposition to operate to the same ex- tent in oottyn, consequent on the receipt of the con- tents of ibc Canada's letters by telegraph, counter- manding a considerable number of orders, and re- ducing the limits on others. That p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 November 1857

'' - '' I Í , X-í'I - ■ '■ y.'O ii^StS '? p-'"' ' -psry'í di ;:V¿V.' ■' s f Si i 'wwj ^ . - v , -j :--. -• •; .*x¿ . ... t-;í>y.y - "•-* • • .'■ ■ ' : ■ ■:, ■ ,V : fe - • -ív-r •••'«?•? Sí'. . •• ■>..] MÍ'-^ríqta.ü'!*-.'*-: S --«S ■■■' Vf-A'::. i HJSSBY BHOWH. . 17, 1857. Powell, Capt. M«nck1 , with 51 bales cot- onrot od deck No Mail tsom tfcls morning by -We were disap- ' the Austin : oeratHous- . We shall probably have accounts from the or Government to-morrow ; bnt, in tfae present "* legislation, nothing of particular interest Is , —^The Marshall Bo- an*8 informed that a considerable sum of J has been raised, to prosecute the work of leting the first section of this road. The ut- r í;(K?í.d8nce to«P™*ed that the twenty miles will be finished in time to save the charter. MoM^FBADDULDr* Land Cebtiticates. — The alias Herald gives a detailed account of the frau- BtPeter's Colony Certificates that have been ' several of the County Courts, in thecoun- >rlsed In the limits o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 November 1857

.Conk- M . Wilson,' Mrs* ( on deck and 1 of the Apprehensions we expressed thatthe msy become cold enongh to injure the sn popdent of the Joornsl of Commerce strikes the nail more directly upon the bead in a commnnic - tion, the pith of wblcb isas follows: Let Congress pass a law authorizing the Sob- Treasury at its various offices, to receive gold on " «it, and issae certificates therefor, in sum of $50 and $100, payable to bearer, or order, as may be desired. Tbis will famish a currency at par from Maine to California, and serve to equalize exchanges also." Tbis suggestion, it seems to us, is well worthy of consideration. Is the New Tork Times very just- ly remarks, we have no paper money, nothing in a form suitable for remittance, which has the same value in every part of the country. The necessity for such a currency constituted the whole stock in trade of the advocates of a National Bank, after it became evident from sad experience that such an institution wss not the safest cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 November 1857

from the Pfnvwv < • . Anal , Nov. 17th, 1887, • good deal has been done in both on Slate Affairs, ' reported ta reeponae to Mr. Brown's, rcso- I bill to provide for a geological «nrvey of I tnut may become a law. «ame committee reported adversely to the i of the citizens of Galveston for extending , attaching more Importance to t&é of 16 citixens than the prayer of Mr. Brown, of the committee, gave minority report. k Henderson railroad bill, hav- the Senate, is set for the 19th in the ) has decided in favor of one Univer- .instead of two. The papers of this place, however, will give yon more ample details, than it is possible for me to do. t D the few leisure moments allowed. B. We compile the following from the Austin In ' telHgencer: In the Senate Mr. Potter, chairman of commit- se on Judiciary, reported on a bill relative to es- tates of deceased persons, making an amendment, - and recommending its passage; also, a bill to incor- porate Casino Association of San Antonio, r...

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MA 61. 6.1 #2.« "M.0 ;« «0.8! 61.8 *53* .6 TO.# • n* inducement, wl toooanto from Liverpool, ma the ex pec tbe foreign nittiet. i ttiifllj1 OB WOWBt ®f, , going on aetivéiy. i, > been eleued for Iirerpool, nd three vene]* ' filling up for the urns port. 1,181 ibipped for New York, end 636 to New balee exported dnrlBg tbe Tbe receipts ram np 8,678 belee, abd tbe on bend: ie still 8,660 bi Hroxa—Shipped to New York .1.6M Burn— do New Orleans 2t9'; Bankers demand }í@fi V ot. pre- for right on New Orleans. New York, abont p«. New Orleans Maxkal. Saturday Brentog, Hot. fi, 1857. ~"l's advice*, .hat _ „ . ra* «eon rtWJBTxi.W1 tag and old white áÓá^bmheL l-MklA Bíooi — India ISo. per yard. Bwtr Cattli—Choice Tssae «30 head. Oidtoaq Western at CX«7e. 9 ft net, and Texas at «13S Kiohasq*—London 5# et dl* • par Mew York right — • 3 « 3* * ct 41* We noticed luge transactions In. Sterling atW)í«100 Tbe Pioajnne of Sunday mominftsaya : A more thorough examination of tbe Arabia's accounts woul...

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