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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 January 1858

Moot II " " ~á •-i rj ■« " TUESDAY GALV • : mm 'W*. ™ ü HRHPHIJ «•flst- Th* sales of clear Starling arc restricted to a few «mm WJjilW, and I0TK«103 for bank rig- took place In drafts r evidence at 108@104. Domestic * *Xé*X V ct.dtoct«mVand j atjii RRH ' York X«K V et premlora—the tot- ÜT The tales of ootton at Hew OrieaM ls*t week 1 to 84,100 bales. The quota Hone bow an i otjie and upward alnoe the arrival of the t G; W. Kerby , whloh, by raoent enaetment, Is oomposad of i of Washington, Barleson, Milam and i " states that the . Coronsr's Inqusst over the body of Dr. Anson Joaaa, on Saturday retornad a verdict that he came to his death by a pistol shot in hia own band. There «as found in the room the following memoranda on a sllpof paper ; ,- t-i- i " Depoelted Jan. 1st, '68, with El B. Nichols & Co., B. A D. 6. Mills, aeoeptanoe for $5,183 60-190. J. P. Flewellln's note for $1,182 60-100. Deposited in Bank, 2 Tola, manuscript History of Texas. ARSON JONES." Thia ia all the me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 January 1858

Jlal i for her sal r of the schooner Velasco in coming up the t vessel, Thomas Evans, * a of Walea, fell overboard. ▲ rope thrown bim, bat be did not hold on to it, a waathrown him, whieh he did notaeem to he sank before the boat sent for the pur- -him. He was either too much frightened or injured by the accident to make any effort to aave himself. ÉMMM I the .L„t,. lvintr In thfliv *tf «barres lying in tneir way, land Central trial to the Criminal Court by Béeor for not accounting lor the prooeeds of |1M worth of fruit entrusted to accused to sell in Texas. If snch are the fruits of holding on to the pro- edsof sales of fruit,wbat is a gentleman who failetoaceonnt for the proceeds of cotton placed hi bis hands for sale to expect f lost her fore snd main jarda and fore-top gallant ' * melee; and, wo regret to learn, that Glover, was a good deal hart, though we treat not dangerously. The hrfe North bad her bowsprit broken short oft X man en the brig Wm. M-Bice bad both his lags broke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 January 1858

■ Morgan, I^Place fey) evening, fa 84 i Neir Orleans, with the United StAtee IM, i <fan. I of the Africa, and declining. New ¿steady. Strictly prime a*w Tqbz, Jan 000 bales at an ad Jan. 7.—Flour ia adv 60. Bacon 8bonldere fa tight. Exchange on New Orleans doll Mw* Mew i ítSsíb^L"'—"1 .Jan. 9.—Floor $8 7S@(8 80. Whis- *12; for March delivery, $13 60@18. Iiardheld at 8c., with Doyer® at 7J40. Cong resalonal. Washixbtox, Jan.7—Sxmatx—Seward presented a petition from the oitfaens of Canandaigna, N. Y., praying the adoption of some practical measure whereby the North may co-operate with tbe8onth in extinguiehing slavery, by the former oompenaa- tfag the owner* of the alavés. The petition waa ta- Kl'ng offered a reeolotion, which asking the President to forniah copies of corres-' pondenos and dispatches from our Ministers at the Court* of England and France and other powers as adopted me* the • ?,E tb,,i"We°t of the dangers of emigrants contrac- ting with irresponsible parties for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 January 1858

-"•w '-v/r r"' ' Él TwilHiMfcl ■ 4nV■ 5>feiHAT fc HAY, ATT0HNEY8 AT LAW, CHOCK.KIT, TEXAS. a5aj"'"" !' ' id to ail buslnees eonflded to them and adjoining counties; also, will In the Supreme and U.S. Couru at Tyler, irmwé: : ■ í&r$9B AT LAW, Powder Horn : bíü iwelL blown It mm wreck and dw- But ot all the piotore* of the horror* of i the world, the hospital of heart-reading loot , I beheld are evar iSsSSs __ floor, others on wretched of straw, sopped with blood, jh upon the floor. Mas; with i and arms broken and twisted, the jn__ " ) sticking throngh the taW lesb, begged for jr pi y Maojiay, yet attre;,wilh i in their wounds. Many nearly i with the scene around them, had rolled away I heart-striok sof war—war be- Weigh them and them by the principles laid down by Jesus ~ do they stand trial r as gromble. The weather is never just right, and their orop* are all bound to be ruined ; out after they ara lo. they do love to tell what famous ones they hare bad, and how muob work th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 January 1858

*"• \~= ■R i|§fÍ^ mmm .a ^JBL JHRI > a?**, <-'3 ■ .|MM|RHU>ve < -V ■ ■ - j - ,■-. ti f /X «.Si |§1E ~' ' -J- -v •,••"■•.-'.á ■1iS;:..)'J PK.5 <•? •-;>• ,-. if . V, :•• —5 :• vfn-. .- V. .r ' i: - ■ ". - : Tie. '.!:•••:• 7.-I <; . -J n ' ^ - - y * ^ ¿ ,^0fc ! i. ===== f >; ; xLm .¡¡j • B$m m • ■ - ¿jh ■£, :¿;m-:r y? •• ¿«fia. p|■■ ,4*11 ** «t*1 _*V # I if. i e following « JBssd, i and lady Morgan, H. Place t last (Monday) evening, in 84 boon from New Orleans, with the United States i Baptist.—The first numbers of this of the Baptist Ctrareh In Texas have oorae to hand. The editor is Eat. Geo. W. Baines; Assistant editora, Kev. B. H. Taliaferro and W. H. , The Baptist is a large, well-lllled, and and reflect credit upon edi- to whose interest it Hmas.—The receipt* from Texas, at Boston, week ending December 81, were only 367, and for the half month 1,809. Texas hides were quoted at Boston at 18«14ete. on six months time. We ms&ts&sssffxs Tesas, tS s., 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 January 1858

a#J9*HWp Ü«'Ü8? ■i i-mi - , ;!1¡ ; w/teiptm tóls^úi _s \ «y iíMitílife .i? i "j> Usp** '• H-8tw* ¡ from Houston, with the "'.tátSéfi«w ' , Blrkemier, Gr'flln, Bhedln, ¿iiUü , Mili , M.rcy, iliw, Cofflu, Kitttf MoMnaaiOy AJexauUer. 11, Clippinger, Mi . WrightJ lád servaut, Mise Kuahing (bter, tjpears sod lady, Wit >, Haré, Smith, Oavis, Dsysdais Wssh- 0TFin Engine Co. Not Shad a Na 1 Benefit lam i light, from ths Theatre. The homo was well filled, by lbs Firemen aud their friend*. Ihe ladies «era oat iu large number ; some of the patriae be oi the city wen there; and Young America was in. The playón were well op in tlieir pana, and worked through the Tragedy like No. 3 at fire, while the farce went off like hot cakes and coffw, after a conflagra tiou ha* been subdued. The Manager evidently kuown how to fill the houee, and help others, whether he may be able to benefit himself or not by the theatre. Viotosia.—Tlie Advocate aaya Capt. Wheeler' atore wss burglariously entered last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 January 1858

¡SSUi i«14®14 as; 1L O. at $13 75 * bbl. _ —, toser w|u eared ham* lie. 9 ft. Uu-PrtB.Sjie. 9 %. Cofr*«-8ii«9ue. 9 ft. •f^SSSSd-18* * *^loa ""f00*40 bnnd' B^egine—"Prices have farther advanced nx® „ fcL&^i¡£snrí3S!fí it Hons: London. (dear bills;. «X, 7X, 8W)< «etpnn 2*w Jort 60 day 2X«3X et dls. Rew York Sight xf et ale ® par. Bur Cattlb-wo quota Western 8xc. 9 ft net, Texaa.etc^ at «14988 head aeeordlng to quality. Additional by the America. B*w Yob*, Jan. 19.— The mail* of the «team •hip America, from Liverpool, Saturday, the Sd taut., have arrived in thla oity. Lirerfeei Cettei market. Brown, Shipley A Co. quote Middling Orleans at • 5-ldd.; Middling Mobile, < 8-l<d.: Middling Up- lands,! 1 It. Sew Terk market*. Nbw Toms, Jan. 18.—The ootton market is Arm. Salea to-day 8,000 balea. Haw Toss, Jan. 1 —The ootton market ia Arm. Salee for the day, 1,000 balea. New Yobx, Jan. so.—Our ootton market haa been Arm to-day, with aalea of1,000 balee reported The coffee (market ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 January 1858

0*1 lyw hi* plan;— The neighbor «11 with on* accord Unto «aob othir Mid:— "With snob a «eight of earth above, The man Is surely dead." ▲ad tben tbe wife with piona ears, tbe lord hatb'wiliedit so, be hie grave." •C Ttn i fuel ■Mka an« Con. Dr. Medbnrst, la hia "Glance at the Interior or ~ a work reeeatlv pabliahed in Xngland, ¡I i tbe conscioushelplessness of tbe Chine* talk by tbe higher praoepte and prlnoipleaaoa ed in tbe doemss of Taou, Baddba, and Con- ine, and tbe tendency to make this realised nsh of inability an excuse for their neglect of their own religiose, in the following legend in high favor among tbe Cbiaeee: "In the coarta of conversation this day," writes Jr. Medbnrst, ""the gside related an old story.— Formerly, he said, Confncins, TaouKeun, and I have Buddha. tbe fonndera of tbe three seoW of religion prof, seed in China, were talking together in fairy- land, of the want of Huoceea which attended their doctrines in tbe world, and proposed a descent into those aabi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 February 1858

immhm tñ n ií o*r b'.'J f - ' =r=F==^ 3=S=== 'jm ¡:: /-<*•* a* VCML XXI. MOR tmm' 'mB mw pfjp :*bf 1 • :üARY 9.1858. -M Tba Northirn ( Texas) Standard makes the follow- S«5SaS!-— , P. J, Menard, with the follow- t j and ve taken side with-Mm. Ve tm old in ,'Brtwn, Blsko- C Klein * Spurm, lady -it 4 Í children, Miaa i a « 1 Ij^MpMniirwiiJ to the ol Kansas for adoption or . *• Www who were to be „- biters of all tbepnneibleaot Government ei by it. T# them the Kansss Nebraska Mil I defened to determine their institutions. iltit ? Pl >n Principles of Republican Government o keep it from them, as a whole, we look op on as a mere triek, and a small triok, without im- -portant objects; for inevitably if Congre¿ accepts t, as we hope Congress will, to allay agitation, if ite provisions do not suit those who are tb; be gov- erned-by *, they will change it to snit themselves Within, aix.month This bung the case, what will have been gained by the Convention or thejultrsisto, end obloquy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 February 1858

, Capt. Lawless, from arrived yesterday with the following i the i, Dunlap, Withers Pratt, Arnold Saotts, Bo tten, Lee, Mo Mil, , Slmonto, J. Simentcn, Irvlp, >u, flarbnt, Millar, Bowlis and r and servant, Mr*. Kadd, Mrs. city aa Aunt Bacbel, this morning. known in thia found dead in tie street >.—We regret to team that Or. Woo* I known and highly respected citizen of y, fell over-board last evening about o'- efcok, from tb^scbooner Emma Sbelton, off Bed 7bh bar, and was drovned. -The Emma Sbaiton took off 4i>e passengers from the Betty Powell, now sgroond at the month of the Trinity. pr In" the U. 8. Court at New Orleans, tbe Grand Jar; bas foond' trae bills against William Walker, Frank Anderson, Dadle, McMichael, Jno & West andilaTel Belcber, and ignored the bit] rers, charged with violating Mr. Soole stated to tbe Court . that Sen. Walker was temporarily absent. The ' ' apeused were discharged apon parole bat are to be arraigned sad held to bail in the sum of %2,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 February 1858

r the i to yesterday < ; on the basis of 8) ' low middling ; sod! >are informed. Holders i r Orlesns, tbe Bulletin says, the Osa little or no influence ; bnt, from i ~ improved aboul amounting receipt* since 1st 888,788 bales against 1.046,291 same time a decrease of 178,514 bales.— tbe ports up to tbe latest dates balsa, Cl<iS8|0fO againat 2,011,- * i market, move slowly at 8@9Jí cU sack. 10H@H Ota. sigbt per ot. premium; days Sfí per ot dis. < ••• Stateaaeai. i. SORLBT, Cot. Paetor & Com. Merchant. Saturday Morn'g, Feb. 8,1858. 53,137 date... - «¿M- On h'd and on chipiad, not ele'd. U,377. i to Great Britain to date.. 18,988. 2,633 " Other Continental Ports. 3,490... " Hew Orleans 11,278... " Mobile V,. ■ Baltimore.......... — ... " Philadelphia. — ... « Mew York 12,902... « Boston 5,503... 5,328 4,42? 2,942 8,718 184)12 14,178 Total....... 50,139.... 50,504 ■ecslpli 'of toe following Articles at this Pert for (be past Week. ■0 ■* AHTICLB8. Cotton, bales hhds ..hbi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 February 1858

== Wharton a week ldi;i by 10 & m ¡ ay and Thursday at i a ■ . Columbus next day* by 10 a m Inn colnmbu* to San .Barnard, It nlles jatlS** ■ - byl8¿n - hm MMtHWrtt UtJMp. i ■ ban Berwick 8unday, Tuesday and Thursday It 1 p m arrive at Galveston next day* by 1 p m - Leave Galvetday Tueaday, Thuraday, aftd SatoMay tit Arrive at Berwick next day* by 13 m. . . — ,tornathi ■ ptopoeed *eliednlev ara In- Bid* to *apply Sabine City t to ran three time* a week tke whole year, and by a propoa rltad. 8604 ( and La Mallo, to , Texas, Salarla, I and back,three LMv.SerwlAMend*,, T¥adn*«i.j, and Friday at 1 A "lie t Calvado aaxHarabylp m Leave Galveston Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at Laave Indianola Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ■ next days at IS m aj, Thuraday, and Saturday at ||píia&siís5iasa •*- .« . Berwick La, to Sabine City, Texas, ISO mile* iwlea a week In steamships from 1st July to . and three time* a week from lat Novems r to lit July JFrtm let Jutf to 1st Nevtmber i Berwick ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 February 1858

. a.. ■ •íif.f- SI lü&ft ♦ - §" V %t4,0,,-,ríá^: í'-;-> ■ -': ••••* T iilm ttati? 9, 1858. 'of the beautiful Holland .December 28, by Ho- ^t find «pace, in a short i the * mentions Mid weather, frost, twstfcitV- ÉB -i.^6. .iT " ■ haa.a letter from MhfcKoiOo ofN. k L. McCall for Dis- L District. Also 0. Boba Una l« sleeted Chief Justice of .«i tun!"' ■ -v"; !■ I of oor reader* to the «ale from Anetiii Bat there ' '.iíli3E£! r"<*r contains a long list of acts that thsaaaetioo of the Governor, and be- Thb Hns baa been bestowing a good deal of attention apon this paper of lata. Under a law of Congress certain offloers, appoint- ed toTjthe parpóse, have, at stated periods, to exam- ine the boilers snd halls of steamers, and pronounce apon their Atases or anütnasa for further employ- ment. What the Inspectors Of Steams are to boats, our ootemporary of the News hiss for the last fifteen years steamed to be for the Ciylliab. It is ss much a matter of oonree- for as to pass a semi-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 February 1858

1 ,. ith the I slfloatioii and Dumber of Insane persons, known to tfcoae making the retains in the oonnties so r - d malee'... Colorad fnnlM. ....r...,.v. n Total ..146 TI* reporten consider «5 white and 8 colored tl year .pj [«ale , and *4 white and 3 eolored female —M in- f ,b,m. aan I all- "fit sohjecta" for the Asfrhtm.Tlw WTta steanMw So|>l nv-C«<*-!Mth, rt ed this morniag (roaaHoastoc, with,the follow log DMitiwat otinM Howard, "&SE Barn, Han might be lent to the Avium The steamSoat San Antonio arrived tbla morn- ing from the Bay on. 81m faintended torun between Trinity bar and serving ■ a lighter Or W« learn from tbe Triaiqr stem hoatsnen, that the Oanal at the aonth has ttlád, kod that in some places there are no maaf than IS inches water. The Houston Telegraph :lww that the work of track-laying oif the H. *, X. C*JUUi>oed ia going oo.aad hopee an satsttsinsd of oompleting it to apste*l>ttMla to do the balk or the¿pring < Tbe Mngrlded'portion of the third ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 February 1858

nut-') ■ ' to resist it in .) Charle* Morgan, Capt. Flaca, Odeana, off the bar at 6 o'elack, I with the following passengers: I lady, H. £ Bennett, y, Smith, era, StsTens, ! 4 negroes. Arrival of the Steamship Indian ^ V Oonaola Advanced 1-4 pence. —-— ■ ■ « — , Ma., Fab. 10—The steamship Indian, >iverpool on the 87th nit., has arrived sjs-ssssar* WW I reeeivedby the Aral Cattaa market reporta of a farther advance i the prioe of ootton in the Lfv Orleans ia quoted at Id. _ the three business dsysainoe the . Arabia are reported at 80,000 balea, by the Niagara had stiffened the had entered the market freely. lipg.JfeSM* footed at 6%d. ft ft,; Mld- pta since the departure of the Arabia, _ at licht, and there were bnt few panela on the market. ■eaef nauet, Ac. Money ia reported easy at previons ratea. IMaeonnta in open market are quoted at S per at. Console are reported a decline of V, quotations being «rom 9ft>¿@ 5^. Havre Cotton market. The Havre ootton market ia reported active...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 February 1858

■ • snd ton u ratlpm y at 19 m rl9m rio UtMf. run Thursday atipa "and Saturday at risa. , ara la- ejsa Vedneeday, and Friday at 1 and Saturday at and Friday rtak l>a, to Babtaa City, Tana, 180: __ t a week in steamships from IstJu r, and three timea a week from lit No berto 1st July Asm 1st Jut$ to 1st November day and Thursday at lp a [ nut day* by Ipn Mday and Saturday at IS m (day* by 13a tromlst NemembertoUtMy. i Berwick Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at r next day• by I pm neaday, Thursdsy, and Satiarday i by 12 m ' sdule will be considered ► City, 75 miles and back .. yatli ají j . Í Friday atlOam eit daya by 3 p m 111,1 i 1 In atoamboata, and toma t i twice a week from 1st July to 1st Nova ek the residue of the year, an ibersla, John's, Libe to Swartwout, 145 by CpmH ■be considered Lake, and twice a week I pa , Oakland, HallettarUle, dThnradayatdaa ' irdays by 8 p 1 tSaa ork, T by 13 m Jit* a J' . alley, by Pierpolnt Place, to York- town, IS mile* and back, three time* a wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 February 1858

^pc;| i|||p ■slSSiPSSt . HWHVIO é«ii3É? r« ■&**(*&> ittüW* I to uCt j ims^ n* ,e*a fea*-awe mov? iíwn tfiíí bO .m«ál «• >,ws«*i>.rf W-Jid = £«f *ifj aO aw* jr stom&m H«roi:,i«lsi(.'i)j ? .15 á' jo mw$m* mwis 9,TO JMbKscU 1 MTfc DtSl ■ 798 if. boA '.put S*5$Bs h 4 iii majority of tbs "F]sesl Committee'' ba>va bought, ,¿g tit 1.1 -nlUsasíi 8l?w .iioheq .rfvS. -^•"^¿1 .. -.1., ■, 1 ■ "• ijtoojM 1 Tol l $ Middle.; 6,688 % \ ftBJt S Vff vt b vyt vfcwrrAMfi*. wi* w sratssfl : Total Í Southern. WB.UÓOJ* H'i ,OÍ¡5 -■ <«á k¿¡ví*iiv. g *& . 78 l oom 4 Wpr «• •!; !.f« iiwuy &di «S.* 16,868,771 6,51M0BJJTartciark¿. Miealseippi... ¿u tüva 177 wist of Lynn A I uotuaoaT rrrraausKmaB on tha flra ^WB Sfl WRHMB %# ventionof may be called b c&bOIUB 6^000,000 Fbft Da i i....;.883 8 oom. 8tb inf.; headqrs do Fort Mason.. .170 8 « £<* J but ft* incident* < t Bne sxample I ™kiw>, and induranoe, 1 Judge: J>)Mfc4HMident amid ti IWJiMhltti&i Jit-i «- - 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 February 1858

. ja o?'ni- ! WíwV* ilea" Hi aoi¿) . riirít f!l ti . „ lofwoiéi JtTi- ... . -J • ¡ '• ' I, Davis ind Archard. arrived rTork. ¿ «illiV/ I vr Tfco .Oteóme* Betty Powell, Cepteic Mauh, y .««Ding, from Liberty with the Mlowh Mgmm .<*>■* HwT , Un Lewis, Winstball, Bp- !£>kí^ta '&worá£)-3F band of of the Hart- , Cameron, Oban Doodaá Durfce 'oot, 7oster, Hale, Hamlin, Bur i Wmm Wm m Soys—Meters. Allen, ^ L * 7, , Fitch, FUspstnck, Green, Qvift, Hammond^ Hous- ton, Hunter, I«ersóo, Johnson of Ti nedy, Jones, Kallory, Mason, Pi "BBMfT" " ,,nilY' f. Dixon made a speech on die subjeotof Kan- occuied in the gavegeneral eat- and an too well known here to requise a pniT from us. .—The Houston Tele- graph Bay that the Central Boad will be opened to tireijbwtawn of Barton, seven and a half miles above Hockley, next week. This will make forty two snd a half mileaeompleted. This station will, nntil the road is opened to Hempstead, be ite bus! rmlous, and* several persons have already ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 February 1858

Ju I- , Mobile ''uJ.a fi*MnI H«Wi. :..,^ , ,u ,i. ,v bnna.—We bsveadvicae toó indis on* week la- tan eeoetalCampbeUwaa still st Cawnpore,- bat ■aas to more Westward with s powerful force. 1 Oatmm sltoofced sad defeated the enemy an inter- Nsw Tom, Fel unchanged, the qi E6fáSa„ tte close w#pL__ _ ^ to 88c.; for striotly prime New Or teen* Mo" Vttaii an advance of Be. per gallon; . The eogar market is Arm. Me w Orleans is ( tetiom4to.:**V)£6. perpoumt " W«ath«r. The weather has been qnitoeold hSSre to-day, and heavy snow hss fallen-. ••'■ - ■ ~ *'r??Tr Four Arrival of {he Steamship Baltic. Hnw .You, Feb. 19^-The United 8Utes mail steamship Battle, from Liverpool on theSd, has just arrived. Commercial Intelligence, .'v.- : ■ Lívxbtool, Feb. 8.—Tbe mies of ootton Mr the past three msrket^dsye amount to 18,000 balestof which «peculators took «000, and exporters JW * >1% The market dosed quiet but firm, and with an advancing tendency. \ oil Canton is anticipated. Fbahob.—A decree ef Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 February 1858

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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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