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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 April 1858

(¡PIPÍ"" í s.e '-■! V <r*ft , i HHHH > ■ |«ra&&|gagy !;.?>>• i" £. -tííSf^v * ' . íí'. t in inch man- 1? •*>< « leak last night sfssssamOBbi thn Uouseby a majority of tan «rity íb to favor, fn tba Henee wa* Afterita passage through that body it waa the Senate which refused to agree to Ita paa. sage by a majority of nina. The-prospeot of a com- promise dose not mm to ba good J and it la proba- tha Irt irnUmi to dAte, ia galveston, an 81,7(9 bala*. Por the iaperiod,laat year, tbe amount waa64,880. In- . 9 bales, or «sore than fifty per cent. We ble that the matter will be delayed fur some time. In the mean , tlme the Free Soliere are holding i the United States, with equal básteme exhibits a ldm teoreeae. IP* The next term of the Supreme Ckmrt, at Ty ler, oommenoee Its ie*aion on the third Monday in D*. Ham will, by request, gixe ooe more lec- ture on Thursday night next, protecting hla cele- brated California Experiment, which baa created each In tercet in o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 April 1858

j John T. Brady, Esq., of Tiasiey, daughter of I. S. Lam Cnaio*.—We are I of Marble, Alabaster, Bohemian Glassware, will night; aciUuttlicwciL^-ul^cd to ■el£ ai nsh prieee aa may bo offond* HT Bobt. Barney, Esq., of 1 City, will exoept our thanks i i ftriijiJmA - riVOTB. r bland •Untada Victoria Advocate states that Keaan. and B. Clark, of that plaoe, have ve of oatdeto Illinois. - ^T^!«pI,^rn*o,9?red'tNew Yo,k'>r strenooos eflorts will be nade for another Urge etoj . Paorxasoa Eiu pnt throofh hta California ez periaoent last higitf at the court-boose, before a crowded audience, If • manner thai elicited much amusement, while it waa a pretty Air exhibition of the experience of a large majority of thoae who ■eektl- -ft — f-'• • •> i itk and illusion. hua., ««a tu> uiocuamuu ot the aohesse, then the preparation for the joaruey, with "íadden partings, Neb m wring the life from oat ang hearts;" a rail road smash-op, broken limbs, niseuous ipil ling of the party, en their • skip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 April 1858

•••>* -J thia srtóéS Dr. Jr. J «ma- iler- 6ml- 3 bona* and Four .Days Later from Europe. Arrival of the StéaMiU^IndEi Pomxajd, April 6.—The mall Sue aUamehip Indian, from Liverpool en (he afternoon of tbe 24th nit, arrived hoc* thia afternoon. She fcrioga foor dare later adrioee tbaa received by the Penria. Commercial. Idjrafwot, March 24.—The ealee of ootteo for the pert three daye amount to 2«,000 balee, of which «peculators took 8,000 and ezportere 1,000 bal ?s, fiioe had advanced ^d. to $d., but die Ameri- can'! news checked the beojancy of the market The markete closed quiet bat ateadr. ralee thia morning, to alio tee to report tbe WÜ pi April 5.—Wo" volunteer for Utah lith is ordered'to Utah a* Com- Europe the following «S 5! S Fort Scott to the lalef Marefc , with 1.800 «aeo in . Bob. ▲. B. Ceee, 3. Adkine, J. 6. Httnt A nl« Meier, N. H. Hazriaon, K. 6. Graveé A . Yard, J. M. "Pieman, J. Tbomaeon, " ehlldren, Kiee Thomaeon, Geo. Bund" nbrtdoe, Ed. E. Bird. Wjb> H. Water...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 April 1858

* ?£TST tof the I • «olor In _ «hito marbled blotobm on the about an inch thick on tlx back inch on tbe belly. Bee r fat of a greater or leaner thick- t an inch, which ta boiled down I for light and oooking. The in- tbe heart abontthe i about two feet long, ur and • bladder. The I «olid, with no front teeth: the i Mfe Plant*., The p Their warbling* mingle; The breeze* from tbe ldll Come sicrhinir. rf7v,T>r. And to their voice Uie rill implying. or caught in s a lake or with ■ Peter Cornellle, the far aa conoetn* bis woi in his oon venation; acknowledged to' writers that ever Handel waa wae in the reo opera, he waa very tip of the tail, bat a month, to save the of posterior limb*; the'1 are very highly de\ ' idingto those of „ Ave fingen, with every in a stiff inflexible skin, bare any motion. on grasa st the borders of tbs ly with' the ' Bat one flower in the world Droope wan andsiaklj, Death at «• heart is oold— Twill perish qniokly, Bnt yonder chapista twine Forever vernal, And...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 April 1858

ftsvs j. k Jota ho*s¡í£ sohooner' Sfa^ ■onooaor ciuiuij^ If Mk eotton to rithsU. i was, jgjj few days dil at) in and Intended to be fHnnMpi rana log between I Galveston. . that *be ia etiU eo be so employed, idlng tbs change ia Mteawfters of the r l«to be assigned to the commend troops to be withdrawn from Kansas, and MM to Utah. n+;a:J Or^9. Wi Bsytay, Civil Engineer, In reply to >IM |Íün, "Iathere danger that the Mississippi Hirer will, either wholly or partially, forsake its ottn channel for that of the Bayon Plaqueminef ¡^KLlSSiSSS bandon itn own chanel ana seek a r one to tide water through the Bayos Plsqae- vol xxi. galveston, tuesday morning, april 20,1 Tin Camm. Speculation.--A Washington dis- patch say* that the Governme nt has made a eon- tract with altísona of Texas for sapplying $96,000 worth of camels for the ose of the army. Commer- cial arrangements, it is farther said, wilt bar made with «ome point In Africa affording the best facili- ties for purchasing. animals ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 April 1858

*>mMi KXr H sup fob attobnky M. D. GRAHAM. nil' i *&& qp Naw York Time* t of the Herald, that his health "i WW. Hk teeth Mem to be gone, for he < hie* when he Hie* te bite," of showing the amiability ot j temper oi the Herald, that 1 three-legged, one-eyed, bull-dog, who has Ms BTThe steamer Island City,Capt. J. H. 1 | mili i In; s(jfc|liiliB|riiiiiii Tiniiiilnii i Thus oar amiable brethren of the press, through- out the country, are «ver pitching into each 18. 1888. It may be Dr Moore ft lady, Mise Wffin, Mrs Bntbven, T. W Dunham and lady. The lsland City left at 9 o'clock last nigA for to rags;" but still believe indulging in a little whole- of the faults of othen. Honest are doubtless often passionate; but they remind one of the Fir of Wasin, an African saint cteaerib as a "wy angry boly man.; to be tadjfeuuit at miny things, W The stsaser Betty Powell, Capt. Mauk, arrived yesterday afternoon . front Magnolia, on Trinity river—'with 479 balsa cotton and: the f I- B....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 April 1858

•I- . ti t Three Days Later from Europe By rived from Berwick i«bti u.- -- children, B. C. \mamt with Mia Caldwell lady, Mia ( Newman J CJackson, H.F. Smith, A lrthr.H. P. B. Wat- r~ eialea rtana, -THsia -- S ■Vw around. Proclaims that this is holy ground, And every flown repeats the tala TtsapnsisUn to the aigMnf gate— While in aaoh pniaa of e*ery heart The mem'riea of the Fiat will Mart, And Barda unborn—a noble choir— Shall here awake the apio lyre Till San Jaointo'a wondrous story In every agt ahaUba onr glory I Coliwps, Taxa . B. V. C. Tft© TiMTtnwfffth correspondent of the St. Lent Bepnblican advisee that paper of theadjoom- ment of a body of men who have been sitting in conclave in If ansas for the purpose of forming a third Constitution for that unfortunate people. Their work is done, says the Republican, and, it •y that h " ' is enough to say that it la Nigytr ail over—the nigger being placed oa an equality with the white man in ail reapecta; and white and black children be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 April 1858

:— icm^Brac ! Hotel ■S. MERCHANTS Sto-.at the old Hud or 1 - whpsf*9^ <r--- '•' K. CAUE, TOKH1T AT LAW, too Old Capitol,) Hooitdi, Ttiii. l|t of the i Hwdi A5^«_C«mty to ft. .lop -pall. He was bad at 8. O. Bar Mar «Sviin tlmeaflve ata and than squeeze it. Geographer.—Rochester la on the canal, eaat of Lockport. Stumuekake.—Fifteen drope each of laadannm and tk* Interior of ^rniite- r,ti_ xas Ai-roa a «Y ÉrfMStfáUv TU" :,Rna,Rodddü D. FeltfcStetson.BMnen* liare, N. Baldridge, Stanley A. Te to his care for sale. dNeroesforsale. toptóy A Co., Bula, A Co.. an will deacend so far involves loa of fo«cmirl«- and pre- s all boardera .. deommodiona—containing well rentllated. a portion oi y forfamlUea. OUB B SAKET, ■wimm'mm xa Messrs. isall, Hutchings at Co.. B. 4 J>. Q. Milla, Gan. B. B. Nichols, .... - --■■■ - k. _ A.M. , . Co.,C. W. Shaw A Co.', Paul líüñré de tío., k Gaines and S. * A. Henderson A Co., New Henrys Smith A Towns® ad, Neilaon, Waidwell road brimsaid rich Quaker t not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 April 1858

WHhPJBI : ago. km Hi-rnt-ii ,V •«! bM s *V, > ' -H ' ■tvviJyi.s.-=s* , Í h:i,liito/i 41,, Hk| ' «íí li.'ia . W':™ f.-liefc . }•'■(■ 1-t: IT':'* •: ¡S i í>íwj ajl-SW , í i •• !' «:< ' - ■ <• - • ?! -■■■ ■"'—~— ' 3/aw *¡(8* ■ Jl orfi sus stsae'tój J r" tiff- - .T " " i I*. ■V' . .]< ! • < \J* ¿ra^Bfi v-i r- «.-u. * w* *|tic. : f] (tJiw ,£i)ta S BWrt ííy«.'ta l bsnriWfc «ib iia j : ^yrtwelHt «ti baa*<* <« ■.«urn. ' • i * «AoMf <?.* 4 ■ .BMapy^j I 7 • ..•>*• •• i #¿e'it'f as.í liÁoftp |i i?4 ; fo;nc<.:üi á ti te e 4¡ V-l í- WW ,*:JOa Phrenology i *eU attended, the audience were w< Hto, examination of Mr. Beed wastsüe toth 4e«w, sn<Hha little girl walking abeat while nanonseUms oí having 4om anything- ' tófcW^lfr; Bmithwnitoctareat* o? Phrenomagmetism end jKriofm w>' *Héty of .. magnetic experiment* «pon our c¡ti**ns.¿~Be will ' ferti to-morrow for the Interior.—those who de- lire to bear him should rvslf themselves of tfcei waiff «aiaaiiy? k*p'H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 April 1858

- y... . in tha By eiqr. SteSwWthSg • It dOM ■c> 3e<! nil : rftirf! « I : Y " The steamer Island City, Capí. J. H. Su mtnli( from Houston vtÁ Ui 11h«jrfolJowln,p—n- |V -« «¡Air, «i>á ÉáSUñMátmaí t^lúoa] J. r. Barrrtt, B. McGo*iw K. A. Fadgstt, P. T! ai|ff dalo, ffm. T. Anstín & MrVt, C. B.I . S. Kelly. rfdghl wceipte and «xpaudlturm in Cttiaen* generally, are inrited be aeen that a similar railing óff la exhibited Is ZS'ifa' aome other ports. At New Orleans, however, up to Wednesday last, there had been an 85,000 balsa. Leaving oat Texas, sil the r Heptane, Cspt. P. J. Menard arrived las* night from Houston, with 296 ootton and the following pa sug.ru : Knight, Blake, Askhfll, _ ^ „ BuveosTwhiSe^Xjm A serv't, Mis Howard, Miss M.Jffillan^ Or >lhi<l,l«ly AS children. «if . n . . t . i",^ - ') . The steamer Island City Capt. J. 11. o ay from Hosstss wit i following , WillUms, mm , P Tlmhart,. HarHM. , Mr. £.T. Bennett to Misa , all of Brasorta. April. Bav. James MoLe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 April 1858

Four 1 J A A W.E. H ora th rali, J. S A.J. Hill. iirival of the Arago, OOTTON ADVANCED I Nrw Toa*, April 20.—The «teamahlp Arago, (rom Southampton, which port shé left on Wed- neaday, the ?th lost., baa arrived here. The report* of the Liverpool cotton market, brought by the Arago, are that bolineas was active and that prieee bad advanced jd. * ft., since the dcptftorv of tho AfHcs> The aalea on Monday and Tuesday, the 5th and •th fnat.,had amounted,to «,000 bales; of which ■pecalators and exportera bad taken 111,000 bales. The quotation* ara far Middling Orleans, 7d. per ' tor Middling Mobile, «id. ; for Middling bare closed firm. 'M* Consols. The London money market U reported without change. Consols had declined from i to ¿; quotations ruling** «ftftgSSf. manches ter Trade. More activity than had prevailed for some time had commenced to be manifested at Manchester and throughout the manufacturing district* of Eng- ' land. ■ ■[ .iM„ Company bavp received the Admiralty announcin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 April 1858

[algnad] K. MENAKD, Aid. Lufkin, of the F « Commit- tee, («portad the following Ordinance: B* it ordaitud fy Oa Matar and Board of Alder- Zis/sn^r,sZZfiSfxSSS ¿SSSSff&S^SSÍ^Ítl," tha supatvlaion and direction of tbe Streel ~ Iiaioner, of nías «By of the ctreets, linea in, _ •f tba olty^for tb* pnrpoee of laying down, is etreete, laoaa or alley*, pipe* for the conveyance of gaa for the usa of aaid oltjr endita ¡nhabitan ta ¡pro- bidad that the laying down of said pipes shall not Interfere In any way with drainage of the city or «•-ground Inhabit*] tanta of tbe ef any coat of the company ow the that the aald buildlnge aid atraoturea of Are-proof material^ ra open to all or any to no one. bflW City sadtbe 9 lisa o Stxam is Cakbohizihq Vfe# ,—The car bonisatkm of wood by high preeoute a team, isone of the apparent paraéoxe* Of recenttimes. How an steam—* aóhtMteg, wetting vapor—impart I scorched or carbonised quality to wood? It seem contrary to al! oar usual experience. The simple ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 May 1858

Messrs. J. If Nod,'* Co., Of :>ji|f«rnished the Marshall Repshiiean, at the =Sv,jpf.i(*#dlt<*, with Mmt information in regard to the character, extent anfl frSfrjfcWof their Iron Work*. They hare commenced the manufacture "Sar Iron" by what Is known, among Iron men, The wp|ha are rita ted 48 a ilea weet of Jeffer- and M or 28 mile* North-west of Harshall, 8r—h ss«I oWftsrof Cam county «néirery UK"S Mmmti 8aaAn<sitfo,& fc¿aa.Íor- flTTh. Wtfodtó^ wjniá™. üápt3 riVedlaaS night from New Ortéang Sy**iy o*1 take Poncbír«ip,,with,,assort ted merchandiae. Agent, . ■ . —:—rrf—■'_. « * • - ' '■> - Sam.—The ahip 8. F. Austin, from Liverpool, discharged 3,597 sicks gait receipts from 1st Sepr W The bark'Norumbega arrived at New York Apríl íS, 4>4 Wie brig Empire, '«ante d«y,leffcfor Galveston. ,.í>o JX.:'tu<K> ,HTW-- Tbe «bip J W. Fannin cleared for this pott the same day. 0T" l«#rn that the steamship Fashion, wi{t leave Mdbilé to'a few days for this port «pd |n-!'j,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 May 1858

„ TO* CHIEF HON. R. T. SATURDAY, MAT 1. 1858. Mettle UUfMt ib CMfre reidera are not probably all aware that the inland City, Capt. J. H^Star- y from Houston lowing F. Maohett, G. B arbank, Talbot, J , T. J. Allen, D nrnett, T. J. B . Williams, J. 8. V raitb, A. McDoud, wards steamabip Fashion, bis morning from M Her owners ¡nwnd ra n the two por: Smith Neptune, Is morning from Houston on, and the following passengers: Halyard, «Mu,; i - -i'.™ wv& " fob STATE TREASURER. - 0. JL RANfíOCPfl. M "ffi OmaUef , Tbb OMMU FUTWH, W ally approved as a sufficiently of Southern sentiment, on joes not go quite so far sa t riea of the press, who believe that tfc* U. 8. Home of Into the Union, ^^^oftha Union. Strange as it sssm, and tranquil aa the country now is, there leading journals and politicians hold- the doctrine that there is now an emergency calling for the immediate abrogation of the Federal ¿ompaot. The Georgia platform la in the following languege: That while we acquiesce in the en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 May 1858

COMMERCIA BTlh.rtMmfWpT?M«,!í. Wilaon from New Orleaaa, arrived thi. (Moodaj) morning Arrival withtbe From N. Orleans—-By the Mexico. • '•«■ - '• >'««' «, i, ■ ~.. ■.... $W The steamship Mexico, Jno. T. Lawleae Mwder.UTivedthM morning from SíwOriew with Mammock, J 0 Robertaon.Dr J L Smith, Mr Annll, M A Plimers. J C. Terrell, A. Huntington, Br. g. L. Hale, J11 Lock, C H Bostwrck, Mn Sorely, Derrick, Bockell, L Granat, C Baden, Appleck ée 13 on deck. ■ ■' . .' i i fV)•' Id The «tu—tip Magnolia, Capt Jones, ar- rived,; eaterday morning from Berwick'* Bay with New Orlan mail* and tb* following paeae W. A. Bookahin, W.J. Cook, W. H. St. John Poole, A. 1L ? Browfe* A,Bmd«h.VrÁr 8¿dfrS«! E^U'qíS-' •mil. N Smith, H. BaMaaaao. D. Wamter, A. Dewing, J. R. Mott, J.T. Pfefcr; B. J. Yonnfc W A. Pollen, r. B. Banks, J. Q. Hittman, Jas. Tita: Wftrick,L. H. Wood.D. A. Bass, J. T. Salmon, A. Blnnar, A. D. Haute <fe lady, B. D. Walland, J. P.ywn, O. A. Pollen £ lady; J. Coleman, J. D. D.yle, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 May 1858

¡p-v- -from report of Ü the Union District Ag- a*\8.. ... of c-> i efH&AT. T£8Lttt2SI With a Hghtn ! wings,*! heard. o keener weapon r death and pain, Through long jcara again. Í have known ees word bang atar-like O'er a dreary wjate of yeara, And It only abone the brighter i .m<m Looted at tbfoagb a'mtst of teifis; Wbfle a dreary wanderer gather'd Hope and heart on life' dark way, By ft faithful promise .ehlning Clearer day by day. ¡«k j I have known a spirit calmer ^ith'^MwaveofbopTmr ; -t But a atorm bad awept aereas it, And its deepeét depths wet stirred, Nevar; never more to alnmber,-, Only by a word. Ibave known a word mora gentle Than the .breath of summer air, In a listening heart it neatlad, And it lived forever there. Not the beatlnge of its priaon Stirr'd it ever night or da>; Only with the heart's last throbbing Could it fade away. Wirisara mighty, woiiU wo lining ¡ • Berpenta with their vsnomona atinge, Or bright angela crowding round ua With heaven's light...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 May 1858

! « " -iN H S-w:... • i. Í5' -.. 3: Rü *r -tstjs /T W0? "5!' íü«(á«nTi >!*«# íw V -.i i '. .aüí> >••>.! . «i* ¿i as8 ' tíg,;i4í:iJpf| Sttiatí&ái :£2sáfi!8!SÍ5SSu I :l. 7AU MM&TW* f •*<"" , jl lpiii U «I r-sa.sWtKísI íjt .-tí.! IRHPi . Si" -.U iji >!■'? Si Í ■>«£ ':' -. i^'aja-} .«••.!: <te& i>- .- ■ ■■■■ ■ -, -■■■ i;.- Síeí*? .«if *tJ-t.ató «ÍJ^i -iifíjlt J.Stlí J-, sps- ■ ni if.e '.'J-v-!, - 4i^-s •** ; ^ ,' ■ Tf.-.naa giii (■: . j ma 'tz¿*Íp :l- 'f&$£¡jjjffi 'j ' ' Wl',y ' ; ! r irás ;& V**4 • •.•.•'!• ' : — ~T r" " mmms. -■ ■'. ■ ■ gg¿ ^rajm m Union on 41,000 Neb 227,000 Mesilla 11#,000 Indian 187,000 led tho follow f ittártíí , 187,000 ■ voto of thepeo- itod to by them, or * major- - Ji'fllü . — ■■'■• 1 ' ' TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 11.1858: NO. 16. a&i# . Mexico, Ospt Lawless, from last evening at dark and loft at iTjftlac* fes How Orleans. Tbo bark Oolloma, came up to her wharf (Com- msrsial) this morning, and la now discharging.— ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 May 1858

GELET. GRAHAM. ÍOB 8TATS TBUBDKBB. 0. H. RANDOLPH. FOB OOHPTBOIXKB. O. R. JOHNS. ====== Or The ateamar Maud Oily, Capt. J.H. Ster- ett, arrived this morning from Houston with $96 bróaeóttoé, 1,118 hUea, 8 bate peltries and the following Houston wu first hi O ss well aa Mexico tad with contests between despotism and republican Gen. Honston oonflnea his present views to s protectorate for Mexico, with the reservation tbst no European power shall interfere with the government of Central America. He said- It is, perhspe, nothing more than respectful to Qreat Britain, inasmnoh sa we have been negoti- ating with her for several years in relation to Hon- duras and the Moequitóobore, that: the differences the two oo an tries should be amicably ad- r possible, before we prooeed to intervene regulation of the affairs of the five pnny Statea beyond Mexioo. Moreover, the condition of most of those States, had as It is, is incalculably better than that of our poor, distracted, adjoining, neighbo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 May 1858

£ «!;• -•; n OF THB pd Atlantic. Arrival o immh ^ # vX-. HP sfPi 5 ^TTÍTT'.J' T*"íl " "«•/ • " B Gibará, A Gibeoo, J A Cannui, 28 on deck. Oar thanks are due 3. 3. Salter Purser of rteam •hip Magnolia, for late papera. ' The U. 8. Mail steamship Galveston, Capt. , arrived last night from New Orleans, t and t&e folloiring passengers: W LDoes, Wm i Link, E W Johnson, Hollai A L Seeiy, 3 8 Yeatman, H Gnrmy, Mrs Mont- gomery and 2 children, M 3 Morgan, Arnold, Miss Cook, Mm Haynard and child, Fennyman, and S °** deek. . Oar thanks are dae Purser Thos M Lyons, Esq. for late favors. far The steamship Atiantio, Talbot commander, from New Orleans, arrived last night with fall freight and the following passengers: Mis Barstow, B, W. Chappell A lady. Han ford, 3. B. Shaw, A. 8. Mayes, J.Landis, J. C. Arnold, 3. B. Henderson, Binkkart, M.L. Perry, A. W. & 3. Oi Bawl. A. Morrow, Kendall, H. H Armstrong, Thompson, Crews, Capt. Paisa, J.Coohrane, Terry, B. L. Mayes.—6 negroes and $100,000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 May 1858

fan In liquidation Orltahs, April 1,1857 R.I. DYAS. triad, ofatMh Nor any onpi Bo thou faml Th.M.n*few a." Beware SÍU-. thy voice; at reeerve thy judgment '■™asw, iiWMcEr, r nor a lander bo; -, i both itsaelf and friend, t dulls the edge of bnsbandrv This, above «11—to thine own self bo tree, And It muat follow as the night tbd day, Thou east not then be Mm to any man. Hyaas of the Seasons. and the learned, names have „ wise nae a writ of inquiry into when they are advanced as an- The heavenly spheres to thee, O God, Attune their evening hymn: AUtwise, all-holy, Thou art praised í In song of seraphim. Unnumbered systems,sans and worlds Unite to worship Thee, While-Thy msjestio greatness fills Space, time, eternity. Nature, a temple worthy Thee, Beams with thy light and love ; Whose lowers so sweetly bloom below, Wbosytsrs rejoice above: . Whose altars are the mountain cliffs That rise along the shore; Whose anthems, the sublime aeeord Of storm and oeean-roar. Her song of grstltnde i...

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