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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 December 1857

m HAMILTON BTUART AND JOHN HRNKY RHOW TUESDAY, HOY. 24, 1857. the food it gives This is a L XX. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1. 1857. NO. 39. bff The steamer Eclipse, Capt. Menard, arrived this morning from Houston, with 808 bales ootton and the following passengers : Messrs. Boiler, Bonn els, Harper, Inline, Basken tar, Briggs, Thaoh, Barlett, Williams, Beanie Keogh, Inline. Cheshire, Noaills, Daniel, Lamb Peel, Babel, Tbarp, Pel bam, Marshall, Nalbrait Martin, Nesl, Sydnor, Fniney, Brown, Fisher, Bom Hioker, Harris, Dnffield, Ennis, Dowling, Scott at lady, Mr . DeYonng, Misa Honth, Warford and lad; Honth and lady, HoDaniel lady and two childri Hill and lady. Mitchell and lady, 8 on deck, 2 ci cata and t tnexican hogs. Hr The steamer Betty Powell, Capt. Mane , arrived laat night from Liberty with the followii : passengers: Messrs. McDonald, Isaao. Cardell and lady, Kir sey, Baxter, Barrow and 2 sons. The Eastern Texian learns that Gen. Hender n is again serionsly ill in Hen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 December 1857

c and will Iwa bete Tbe trial comes ¡«ndthe reoeip's at all tbe port , up to the with lwt year is t the United States to for- i oompared with the same dates í of 88,09# bales. ; to tbe retorna made to tbe Comptrol- the Assessors and Collector of taxes, tbe ' r are the quantities and taxable values of r in this State, Fob tot Tuia 1856 aro 185T. , aeres... i al 1856. i 1s57. 44410,437$ 918,784 1,635,5071 1,890,555 5,060^4 ln'edao. 9,764*1 "iiim 30,095 964,048 ln'ed Tal ««,<¡94,288 1,137,739 9,107.996 1,504,8 > 1,517,357 548,800 853,345 887,804 It thus appean that there are now in Texas 125,- M0 slaves, and that tbe increase last year was 11504. Only three counties, and those on the extreme frontier, no return of slaves. Tbe distribution among the counties, is much nearer equal than we had snp posed, and those who have apprehended that there is s large portion of Texas where the people do not find it to their interest to hold slaves will asek in vain for inch territory in the po...

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

apparent de ftrand it a • - O iMgdf oor columns. BT Aflat has left Pine! ton, for the i , ban than far I in the commercial and i office, and in that least attractive oties, proofreading. He ia a young : and comprehensive-perceptions, i, and fine intelligence. We eoont services in giving intereat to ^¿longing to Mr. F & Jackson, i the Trinity, laden With cot he river. 1 for thla state of t occurs to me, is to i, or' aid ~i in the . i to the i of shy county in may be made, and had, to arrest, iri- the Legislature let- the Mexican Minister at thia subject. The Mexican Ministei Government of town .of Ban Antonio de ! origin have been [ theJ a peaceable manner, a: of lavs of the United States, and' ng between the two governments." ir expresses the hope, and confidence thi rornment of the United States "will by, ry n s, proceed to investigate the troth, to apply £ roper oorrective, and take all such mea- sures as demanded by justioe, the law of nations and the >or of the United Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 December 1857

= cpw«2f « r «renta , November 84, 1857 COTTON—Th* market opened with more ateadtaeaa. bat becuna muettled again toward the eloee, the total sales being about 8600 balea. Prices bare still been, too Irregular tor general quotation*, the principal transac- tion being at 11*0. for Middling, and 11JÍ«12 for Strict Middling to Good,Middling* Ptoo*—Superfine 8t. Loots for Ordinary to cholea Bakers' Con*—New, 45®48, prime white 506. buahei. Pom-Meae retailing at «17 50018, and amall lota of new eold at |H 50 9 bol. Bacon and JUrns—BetalHng at about previous rates. Iran Biaana—12c. y yard. . Balm Hora-Machine 8*e. 9 ft. rand9® 10c. * ft. I aold at 1804 extra branda retall- ¡«5 30, *5«5 25 attLa—Texas and Attakapaa $13®27, head. ▼e rMeee «rOeMea, at this dats. at it. orleans. ik th* following ybaba | 1817. | 1850. | 1855. Inferior.....*. Good Mlddilng Middling Fairf. iUrTtT. 8 9 X®10X X1X®12 1 12JÍ® .. @ .. 8X®10 10Ji®10X ii ®nx nx®nx 11V@12 122&1S3Í 12X@13 5 ® 6K «X® 7\ 8 ®8^ 8JÍ® 9 9X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1857

mm :cWl lá 111 ttlM . J for the " .. j; and* liberal discount made I forbotb the elty and eoontry papers, r at a distance may make remltUaess ii&ill&tt. BtMlLTON 8T0ART tHUJOHN HKBKV BROWN TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1857. UP" The steamer Neptune, C«pt. J. P. Menard, arrived lut night from Houston, with the follow- ing psssengers: Lawrence, Cutían. Grooch, Scott, Hnleoo. aerv'i &8children, Dervody,Thompson. Harris, Chapel Biakir and i negroes. Niblett, Brt-mond, Pepkin and eon. Ravenna, Dagons, Hudspeth, Wagner, Hpeer , Winfree. Tarner and lad; Mine Baker lliw- Hobeon. Mr*. Baker and ebild, Mrs Sbipman and child, Mrs. Hobeon and child, Wm. D. Moody and lady. Mis Waiklna, Proudfoot, Mrs. Bird, Mine Johnaon, Mrs. Johnson, and # on deck. OT The abip National Goard cleared at New . York for Galveston, Nov. 37. The schooner Flor- ence cleared for "Brazos" the saine day. EV In the D. 8. Conrt at Mew Orleans last Sa- turday the case against the officers of the steamship Galveston was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1857

Thraab of the ill-fated bo gut j Th* Fabhioh.—We understand that the Collec- tor of Customs at New Orleans baa written to the Collector at Galveston, that the steamship Faahion, which recently took Gen. Walker and his invading army of Filibustera from Mobile Bay to Nicaragua, waa expected to enter the port of Galveston,on her return, and that a crew waa being obtained at New Orleans to meet the steamer here. A sharp look out has been kept for the filibustering steamer; bat as the parties in Taxis supposed to have been in- fested with the Niearagnan fever have qnietly taken their departure for New Orleans, in the manner of k other oiUxens, the arrival of the Fashion at thia port mo longer expected with confidence, though the at oflldala we understand, are on the iforce the neutrality laws. The U. 8. Attorney ¡B now here, and the D. S. Court is in session; consequently offenders against these laws m ay expcct to be put thrugh in the shortest pos- sible time. Nsw Habslx Tasb.—Persons w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1857

- ■> mifromn- taff of tfaow upon yonr predeces- m« to suggest the pro- • the opinion of the electors of i st the next Aagw*t election, should be called to amend i we are opposed ; oor reasons i several year ago, when the sub- 1 to some extent before the people, prescribes the mode in whicn it That mode we regard as infln- T prudent than that of calling a DOdel the instrument, subject only 1 discretion of the conventiun. Un- tmode of amendment provided by theconsti- \ the extent of change is always directly in _ f the peorle. The specific amendment is I to a direct vote of the people, and to sob- I tion by the legislature. The exper- f a convention wonld be a wild, unnecessa- ry aJd buardous one' The constitution is, in the maSTtainently conservative, wio&and ate in its proNsions. ]t was framed after patient and labo- río* deliberation, by the ablest and most states- like deliberative body that baa ever assembled in lie State. If time and experience have proved ) some of its p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1857

igm . Sé* . known as "Blood; Bill.' he pcasaaed excellent nati i wiaaifflityof ion!, clouded bat not obecured by hit MTige education and habita. "ird led a tbonaand warrior* againet in the summer of 181B Falling upon ibe garrison, he took it by rappriee, and after a gallant resistance, slew the whole party, consisting I had an f sereral families and • military force. It was this oottoo eTent which had drawn Jackson from his dril pur- on Than - the views rabwisot i Friday ft bni *: in ^>|n* imlinroi to have bono done at about 1 llo. lor Middling to the news luul the ttfect to buyers mud tellers to a stand, and no Uooa occurred, of «aúlcienl importance to fix a of prissa. Tsstofday morning the sf«amahip Galvi lived with tiow Orlaaiu papers uf the day previo , and the Baltic's «socante irum Liverpool W Uie ii|i Bit., reporting a still lortber decline. The effect i " at Maw Urleans waa tbat the markt the last 'uita into his first Indian campaign. The descrip- tions of that bloody mae...

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

1 Í^JSK*' «iriSUSu'«momS ~ forboth the city and country papera. i" at a distance may make remittance* naí, by mall. MONDAT, DEC. 21, 1867. I steamer bland Ciy, Capt. Sterretf, 'e*ter^*y w¡'h the following passengers: •ddell. Jones, Tate, Eustall, Faulkner, Lewis, Lewis, Grabn, Sims, McAUester, Marigum, fen and 2 children, Geanburg, Halff, Bewly, Baldwin, Young, Brenham, Hopkins. Bur- Shackelford, Price, Bahn, Felder,.Knapp, 7t Adams, Potter,.Denay Melneal, Adams . and 2 childaen, HcMillen lady and child, ood and lady, MUa Baker, Mrs. NicBman and «"5 Hoghea and lady, Childs and lady, Krs. Mar- shall, Mrs. Long, Capt. Ghnbbs, 7 on deck and 10 negroes. 't ... i The bark Qlenwood cleared at New York, for Galveston, Bee. 6th. ' Messrs. Swayfleof the Colombia Democrat, and Ferguson of the Bichraond Be porter, have jost paid Galveston a visit. Mm. J. W. Scott, U. S. Mail Agent for Texas, returned from Washington last Saturday morning, by way of New Orleans. We understand that he has been a...

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

M, 1857. ing np of stream* in the spring, or so equinoctial tea in the traveling world and panics in the oommer 14# bales cotton, B*Waikw?L Lyle' . Tbos. Pea- 11,608 at some place going np. The Jeakina t up to Pine Bluff. We are indebted to Mr. Bone, parser of the Got. Pease, for the asnal favors. HT The shooner A. H. Manchester, from Mata- gorda, bound to New York, in entering the North- w«at passage of Tortugas harbor on the 27 th nit. ran ashore and was obliged to take assistance, for which she paid $100. Sailed 5(h for New York. |W Oar thanks are due the Purser of th* steam ■hip Mexico and the clerka of the steamers Gov. Pease and Betty Powell for many favors. High and Cool, likb Ioc Cuax.—We received the following elegant epistle this morning: Moscow, Polk Coontt Deo. 4,1857. M is. EnrroasYour paper has oome to me for a good while. I read it and believed it to be a paper of good principien, but as times have changed so much I can'', endorce your doctrine any longer and have thi...

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

— mm indi- "the " Habttd /"H „ Jntions tbe arrival i Santiago of a schooner, laden with mer- , from Liverpool. "The steamer Betty Powell, Capt Mank, ar- !a t Saturday night from Liberty with 397 t of cotton and a few passenger . ' The ship Highland Light cleared at N. York Jalreeton, Dec. 9th. The ach'r Anthem olear or Matagorda, same date. ' We nnderetand that Col. Hay, U. 8. At- for the Eastern District of Texas, has pdered bis reeignation to the President, to take ton tbe first of February, 1888. ' At the recent Methodist Conference at Wao«( e . Wm. H. was appointed Presiding Elder ' Galveston District, and Bev. L. B. Whipple I Preacher at Galveston station. Both appointments I will doubtless prove highly acceptable to the people I of Galveston. Hoüoto .—The Telegraph says the receipts o¡ I cotton at Houston last week were only 882 bales | Receipts from 1st Sept. to Dec. 24th, 58,682 bales] The same paper says that the following are the officers elect of Holland Lodge No 1. fcr t...

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

HSM. T. HARRIS, ATTOHjntr AH O COtJNBJLLOK AT LAW, BtLLTILM, Amu CoDMTT, TlIU. Caito mi county. their 1 •p21 • C. PHOCXUK, A T T O K H Ü V *T LAW, Utlinou. Tixu. Ji* Se -Breeze Hotel, Saluria, i'eu„ 1 clatter, BY S. 8. GIVES I tne matter; I I HJ Proprietor of this hotue «rouia respecumij jn- ' 1,^ 6>ra ni old patron* and the public generally, thjt Op the auh. k.i«prepared to accommodate them with cuuitortabj new fallen «OOW, Iqoarter . Pasaengersby steamship to or ¿rom ..ataeor I !íí^*í,í0t ílu"m«> ®ahln«. A«., Salaria is without a ri- níL, °^S!" 7*^ ** 'or either transient , , or permanent boatden. malu.lyr «booted, and called then by jrtaren** «. H. wooowakd. STUCKUALE * WOODWARD, ^¡asr- 1 u? coa,*e^, 'hey came, r! now, Prancer I now, | >! Donder and Bllxe " s top of the wall! ran!" ATTOHJUSVB AMD COUNSELORS AT LAW, 1'IUIOU) Ciunoi Co., Taza*. WILL complete the boainea* of Little & Stoedale aadpractlceln the Tenth indlelal UUtrict. lap; JD. MS, CUUHUmO, IAitoehi a* La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 January 1858

j * *- • i. r . ¿ —. s steamer J. Jenkins, Capt.F. Sneers, t from Trinity with about «00listas I tbat Cspt. Jame Lawless is ^ loftbeTetts. We believe that all our citizens join us in wel- coming back, one so generally esteemed, and whose r years of experience on onr coast, insures against its many dangers. We are anxious to see retained on "all our steamships, old friends and ex. perienced men; in either point of view whom could we prefer to him ? ty The Victoria Advocate administer a spirit- ed rebuke to the little class-of people, whdfancy they can stop the press or smutber free discussion, by discontinuing their subscription to a newsp -per, whenever It expresses opinions which do ik#i ac cord with their own. A paper wbfch depends upon the support of such men would soon die of itself. The loss of a few subscribers is a very small item in the business bf any respectable paper"; but when a man wishes to Show bia spite towards the publisher he may do so, and at the same time ex- hib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 January 1858

jgr We are indebted to_I ous other friend, in BBBP °'' Hon. John B dian Affairs, pmiMM toe nanea of the ly requested topnbll That the Secretary fnrniah copies of thaae resolution to as many of the newspapers of this State aa he conveniently can for publication and that all the newspapers in Texas are reapeetfnl- lish or oopy the same. Z. HUNT, President. John W. Goods, Secretary. Tax Kimainb or Madison.—Id digging f r a foundation for the monument recently erected over Tave of Freeidenl Madison, the coffin was éx- ito view. The appearance of the remains in described by a Richmond paper : "The boards id above the ooffin had ¿decayed, but no earth Fallen in apon it, and eve ytbing appeared to be as when the coffin was deposited there, except that the ooffin-lid waa slightly ont of plaoe, allow- sen tiniest in tbia ing a partial view of the interior. As there was of thePro- , Esq. was appoint- . of paper. ' ,. Snow, the agent for this Eaeh subscriber steel engrav Mr. Snow vbere -The ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 January 1858

•r.;- y; J; ■. Kü I Sf ¡ ■&: - - &>.. 4: %\ r S Arrival < ip Peroia. Msv 7 obx, Deo. 25.—The steamship Peni , from Liverpool on the afternoon of Úm 18th instant, bu reaebed this port. Lihibpoo,D«o. 12.—The sales of cotton for the week foot an 30,000 bales,of whioh speculators took 1600 and exporta 1000 balea. We anote a dee Une of )¿d. Holders an pressing the market. The sales yesterday were 8000 bales, the market oloeing qniet. Orleana Fair ...6V Do Middling 6% Mobile Fair «X Do. Middling Uplands Fair Do. Middling < The whole «took in port amounts to 862,000 balee, of whioh 180,000 balea are American. Heaer market. Consols for account 91U@Si. The books are oloeed. Money is slightly essier. The bnllion in thsBsnk of Englsnd bar increased £700.000. Manchester market*; '> Onr Msncbester advices are still unfavorable.— There la little inquiry. Later (rea India. The India mail has arrived with a fortnight later adrices. Gen. Havelock wis still hemmed up at Lueknow. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 January 1858

:: - I - * ¿T i. I ■ ¡.H ,.,iál!p Smes ,-,j'".v' ••.. '•- ■ í ': -: - -V ^ v;?. :gi:vr: rV'S;,:.'. -;■= -.',!«•(} ^■P ÉMeasí -■ '. ' v ■ á-:-- 'r-"r ; -. '■ iv- Kits'; '■'.: ■'■■'■'. '•• ' ■'■ '■'■':-v ■' V: "" --Si.- ' ' - :;• ■:. v ■ .. . ' • •_ ;• • . I •"••• ■:W' A? ; I; ;-•> - : i ¿.suitable fit Family he Whole- New York. Company in /stkns, kk Oil Co., t Street, N. Y. ijcation as above. j o of lamp or tua- 1. Jones'57-ly 4 -v.. ttVjpii-' 5 1ack and colorad bearer-cloth Sack , I Pilot-cloth an.) Lion akin Burnous. -CO.Vi-R— Black and colored cloth Frock Coats; Klack cloth Dress Co*ts; Fane; casal aere office Coats. Paitóla, etc., a Union casslmere and satin Pallóla, Sacks, < PARTS. j? *£ Bl ek doe ski Pañis of various qualities; • -1y-S7 Kxtra heavy black cassimere Pains; Colored casslmere Pants, some with side « ~ ' .ndcolo«d union ousimere Pants .. vbki Black and l'ancy ¿ilk-figured Black 1 Black *ilk-velvet Vests; Fancy figured silk Black and colored saltana silk plush ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 January 1858

wmm •tí-v. ''mix*i- eíftsJ.- it - ,-•; ■:rn'-- - n Imuili ■ ? • . ' • CM'- ▲ petition or j . s* Boat Company was reoeived Miss Wood and The report of ths City were read and ¡referred i g -j.'riTi t*Vii to tbe a¿& TTrft \ ' COL. Ja« Ha*. waa at New Orifcns Is* week, in fine health. •><:!:- •••• ■/{ i-. .JÉ SfeV,ffi5£S2S. ' fn'riif' S■ " SÍ^JÍÍ-W* «ÍÍ hi u WSr ' . ■ mvv y f :>'■? /■•■■ iv •;>■•■' r*th^fr¿^ltyoonr *w*ter from tbe <w. by Cbpt. > *, from on. the following basis and report tbe 'Board, at ita earliest oonvenienoe, that 1 owners of two-thirds of tbe propart * oertain preeoribed I! ¿ <5 Stiiiíf m i iuJ¿ liiiinl 1 i rJScaSsrSK Powell.' oommenoed li •.Bepartoient, iforni*^fEhe tows fo«« p p TeiaS.from 1,178 1188 lav . Beale write* to that a fina . camela did affiuleut s*i<his, and are in good oobdi- tio^g H j -jy|||jggfj^j • gjg| , ..ir yiaible meaíi dfro¡ extent, were brought by the :wm#Á mmM 100 bbla Potatoes, 104 bbla. poffi*. TbeTs^iW.fc ;—: i.«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 January 1858

of Vr ibut be DO doubt ignorant!;, admired I iext, worth a cent less, is used f< with Us The is from It 40 to $8 6 learned authors to.i i the centripetal atrrac r ths oountry; "thwarts the a commercial relatione, tarns aside tbese ten- netnal and bitter antaaeniam." "The n"4 * M """" . ■■ 1 •.. , i bae been arrayed, morally, ecleniaatl- litically, against the whole North on t.of slavery ."—The Hortb, we are left to ■ been persistently at work for the i i of slavery, ever since the establishment, ;yet, «hooking to be told, the National ilon Emancipation Hooiety is forced to admit t even at this point of moral enlightenment, i name of a Northern Abolitionist was never re odious to Southern ears, nor the Anti-Slav - ' ery movement in the North more severely de- ' nonneed. In the faoe of tbese movements, in spite 1 of all the moral foroes, and of all the talent, vlr- •nlng snd philanthropy which they have , Slavery, to ail outward appearances,was ground " never so* widely and strongl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 January 1858

«mOfnjM ImPÍi that thtó wsawjfw He «ill our Days Later from Europe. Arrival of the Bteamshii ) Atlantic. si, .; Advance in Cotton. , Jan. The Atlaotio, wbicb left I on Wodnesday, the 28d of Decern be ,hu t this port. She brings fonr dsya later news i we bad by the steamship Niagara. •1 Cotton market. anced and the market oloeed firm with a large specula- tive inquiry. The «al in three day* amounted to 83,000 balea Of which speculators took 10,00.. F at previous ratea. It was an Ho- ok or England would aoon reduce Liverpool. in London and Liverpool toa been announced. > A Co.'s Circular anotes Mid- .; Middling Mobile, #d.; Mid- Good* • on Wednesday, the SSd, am. unted to , and the market closed steady. Tbe Manebeater trade waa more aetive. sod yarn* had both advanced. consola. íí^^¡í«^mone*n0ed Wld W*" ,n0Ud " 88 ■art of Baglut. One million dollars in gold waa received at the Bank of England on Tuesday, the 88d. Osvernaoat of Ia<la. "Don ble government of India terminated." [Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 January 1858

law, M Si .<• fT tef art AT law; Mumíí, Texas. ir~r* Ogco at Powder Horn , were yon at the belli alee time, Tom—fon Help bary them this morning. Pot 'em queens-were ente and Bank 'em in the Oblo. "I ww the fight—most beautiful! ' bis 'innards' the first rake he Noel's tooth pick. Be flickered] out r follow, did bis best, bat of coarte be coaldo't tin close quarters with a fence rail." .1 this style conversation would be kept apa few minutes, when the party recollecting that it ' 1 been ten minntes since they had "lickered," ' sr pretest of getting a drink woald disperse, travelers, perhaps, woald scarcely recover i the horror thus occasioned, before a citizen rolling an empty barrel by them, woald be aecosted by another citizen: "Hknk, what are yon going to do with that f" "Coffin, BD1—boy dead 1" "Ob, get a bos—be human—here's one—the s. n. sabbbbs. .......... a. a. SANDERS dt WHITNEY, Snr Abknts ¿kd Aüctios mi, LtTteii, Texas. N. B.—Accounts and other Claims collected and funds...

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