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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 May 1857

; Mills and Miller., in- r on amendmeote, did not lead to of Texaa, r to grow up the preaeut}- -not including the - of that name. | The Democratic papan are already disagreeing i ahould have any DAT °* J Ji UAI.-OWUH •>. HI ^íií.rr./t 'M" - : , for N. Orleans r Island Cit. , Houston last i .-.-.jjj _ ^arrived Hi ¡üOlísans. i The Hqi Bajsnetot ivno In wtfinr « W. H.Talbot, I morning frow New says that Sot. a gang of his negroes Central Bailroad, deliver 45,000. Hia forceare getting them ont,.eight miles from Houe- ton.on Buffalo Bayou. The prijeegivenfor ties is ®®°« ■ • When, things, are bad, people should console they might be worse, orops disturbs'many of our i barring, a " lour- , and In either case out off many of r beat men. This thing most be let alone hy the , and they should express themselves to ., a On the other hand, the State Gaaetteinvokes the aid of the Democratic party to avert the'repeal of ion o f Banks, and would as a public calamity. The Gazette wonidlitsjglory...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 May 1857

i put; but we af^ l(aa we bad reason to undftimflnw with 65 Beuy Powell, Capt. Wood, i night from Liberty, with 20 pMsengere 140 balea cotton. • The steamer Dr. Smith, Capt. Collin , arrived this morning from Xjnthbnrg, with 61 beeves for 0. Went*. They Witt tie «hipped to-day for New Orleans, on the ateamahip Galveston, and over the Opelotuea Bail Boad, bring the first ahippment oi Cattle bythat line. The proceedings of the City Council, which we publish to-day, are not without interest. The proposed purchase of three additional blocks ol lots, in the central portion of the ehy, to be added to the publio square in that aeotion, is a matter oi I deal of importanoe, as regarda the future. Large open grounds or this kind are always desir- able in citiea; but they are particularly ao at the Sooth. Aid. Lafkln's amendment to the Goat and Hog ordinanoe needs some qualification, so as not to inelude bípeda among the goats. The petition including the Civilian steam power preaa among the ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 May 1857

Arworthj, cleard i r to the M-« rs f p may be oat of door this ; last night at Morían HAIL Osbom, up for ready for sea, with t, j and 60 hido& Shé over the bar tomorrow. The Steamer Island CUy, Capt. J. H, Slerrett, t from Houston, with the follow- Jno. S. Sellers, J. J. Holman, Saüders, L. B. Harris, 0. F. Gatis, F. Ferrel), W. Sam Moffett J. J. 1 Lady, Samel; Powell, V. V. McMahen, J. A. Santera, , D. Sarrell, F. W. Malone, A, f. Jerry, Mrs. Mrs. Baenrvin and child, Mrs. Gran and . KavsdaW, Miss Rajsdale, Mrs. Burnett. And 86 balea cotton and gO hides. Niches ExviB.- Onr friend and correspondent, Bey more White, Esq., in a late letter to the Civilian Ujl! When emigrant! oome to Tens and enquire abont our navigable rivera, I wish it to be known that the Heches is yet navigable with keel boats, and that one left here on Tuesday last, (going down,) and another on the way up the river, oonflrming the assertion mode last fall, that the Necbes river, to its junction with the Angelin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 May 1857

Daring - emits are is reverted. : la.;. oí ei •>( •• •> .• Stt 6A11 «ter number of re- in time of war tilia last war with Qi ,., „J¡aM army was composed of Americans. Tie same may. be said, of the Mexican war; Of 5.000 enlistments $47, 3,639 'wyHüjMWfo citizens of ti^ United States. Gener- ally these men wire far nobler than the usual recruits of our geace establishment, taller, more intelligei^and less likely to succumb to sickness aniTfatigue. The average height of native born soldiers gives the Stale of Georgia the preference, it being 5*8378 feet. The lowest is that of New York, &6205 feet. Of 241 meq six and towards Georgia sends thirty ; twenty-four; Í Indiana each Sóuth en; Maine uri eight Í ermont six; Massachu- 'nnsylvania five, and New York e tallest man is from Georgia, six leet six and a half inches. Close by him -*~1s one from South Carolina, six feet four J a quarter inches. The average weight 1 lean soldiers is 148*25 pounds nearly all his life in ful Armeni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 May 1857

Si ■i wmcfém Lita ¿i *-* ■* •> \wrom T in hopes b runs op-its infonxuUioc . .V-, í-_l C 'C'J I' ia? -JÚÍ oí bsymttii. ^apt. Charley Bp with the fol- MMIHH i6 °n ' ' ml ii'i-il' . ?«ro w! & ,-tsd 48 il trian,104 sheep and i far Houston to-day at IIP ¿Milie >h'« . Capt. Wilson, left i (ot Berwickllay with ir, T bales cotton and Í0 fMf" see# *ó doubt r buy groceries for Ms family cheaper i to send to New Orleans for them ; f the iact The retail Í every description are less ' Orleans. High rests,-high ■nnusnal expenses in that city, are lit traders as the reason why they i • claim heavy profits. ' The Know Nothing Stat Connoil, or Penn _ *♦. * daya Wl and eftdorse4^i4 t as tMr candidato for Governor-22 to 17. then seceeded, and went home in i ( í,r,f,!Í; V'V.VJ,-';.;*.,; ihi/' fe -Mr. W. F. Ferguson of the Blohmond Be- prter is in town. Also, our friend Dal toil of the frookett Printer. Tfiey are' among the members <tbaoraftwho have given a- helping band to the Civilian in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 May 1857

toad, and by thai ;l. ... forfeiture for the preeent; and then now remained, in conformity with tbe terma of tbeir franebiee 16 mile* more toba laid by tbe let of Ho ., wbiob woold bring tbe road within the corporation of the 7 of Houston, and they found themselves nnable tba' present to build tbe bridge and finish the ntgoinery, Ueecion, latMoá- , 8KB FOURTH Starrett, for Houston, . j. c- i. r: 'i> Bpeere, for Honaton at 4 - ■ r Powell, Capt. Wood, for Liberty "-igatt, Capt Place, for New Íví'i afli tMti iltb, for Indi- go nf¡r¿baáf¡^> ;í< "" ^fitf jSéléick, t Wilson, tVulOOk. koHoek*.*. arrived thin «1 beeves end 68 lip Galveston .Place, ; with 160 beeves, r New Orleans. She >r New Orleans. 0. Speers, arrived with 86 bales cot on i'for. Houston this Pipt George from; Libert;,- , and the follow- psf , H. Jones, Mr. Stone, ~ i Martin, Mrs. Bra< , Jno. Smith, i Trinity Hirer, ot 4 leet t City, Capt. John ¡ from Houston, with passengers Davenport, Ooy curia. )avenport, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 May 1857

mimi at the in the 8ute. M S.000 ftAYM i fWW MT« | t-pUtf BVl&fi* **€£ $< i 4":' E* T. W-Tfc. two m exbibil .and 2 and , .«a •'■• ;" following p ¡eof th* ' the It appears from the book, of the WarDe- atthat, for the lastfour years, an average <over one hundred and forty-f< . be. .... * ' wit of Freight whioh passed Ike In too and Texaa Central Hallway daring . i Ifppeare that freights amoanting to 999,800 lba. t from Houston to Cypres*; and that the freigbta were brought from Cypres* to *00.800 Wee cotton; 66 bis deer skins, s f 1 bis mdse ; 87 sks do ; 2 males f hides; 6 wagon wheels; 1 dcat goats; Jbeef hides; 28 bags wool; 84 408 feet lumber; net mdse ; 16 hones; 2 buggies; 22 bales y 5 1 cow and calf. ' ■*'. -it j r i to. ?V Í56T 65 r freight sent from Houston f to Oy press...... «1,466 76 tof freight sent from Cypress oaton .......... 667 75 1 '¿ajgy.rjjigs : amd the "Bans* Curxxhgt."—It ap- , upon the late trial, in New Jersey, of the Union Bank, at Frenchtown, ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 May 1857

- * i i ■ ■''■. I '$SL ,.m«|L ■•'■V'lfr: l I ......... Y" ■ w ssrd, ara foil ot ta the Trinity ;-but i ia much to b« t on that • last weekly report the Galveston ootlon t.hatuiuettlsd. Factors 8til)| J ti ratea of lft week/bdt el octant. We repeat our qnota- ! it ia difficult to effect hay ... hay, lot bidet, Tía Galveston. the Pert of lahUM té* esthof April, 1857. Sch'n.—Mary Ella, 303 bales cotton. for Hew Orleans. Chrysolite, 422 do. do. KIMhMHx do. do. •MU-mmu ^ ats 1-' ssa ft lamber, for Galveston, do, 10 hides, do. ft lamber, 45,000 ; tar, ' ÉÉÉ| ' neeipts of tbe week 590 balea. I 1,146. i j fstrss4«úeemsitioi. i jo 1K #s:±r;.3 Sí • downward tendency, and are 11* to 17 cents In tbia market. The : ta New York of late, time, was obtained bad bidés, in that market den waa 81,745 fork $1; No engage- Orleans par®} :X@ lücent.pt fork and Boston 1 @ -Tbe Liberty Gazette of May 4 - 2ia>:¡ ¿KN?'" * 3 í? i* -v;'. _ j j tSmithfield yesterday mom i was still rising. The rise has i rive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 May 1857

I Uoooouaa w '«,* í' i.!¡ >0t J«a ««<6 iU,'r---:>*>:>«l .• i« auui sd4 :ai iu9 J !^< wi )$aoJ *** ?«rfw ^■Kfifea mnwwl odw .bwtorfáwílo ,ce:í Ja^ !í'«JW«ia¡J Peí uto£i£ÍKÍ^pr ?a $máá aif" i íjmü3*| t ?ÉS''íh JgtjSgJB S'-sií?á«rtJ¿ yli «Itóiint- Jüalíis úl OVBjá'.'U aje' siuw <4j '•nuigíftííi a t®l ouioiah wSguiunvraul.{ .'-r-guiitaá?. ídW j :sí 'j. 'm •r ?jtí8 o->Í1 fáj ai*¡jaS£o k ) 'jixrl i' ; *^a-i owl; ,11156. «¿liii-ti ¡'¿i i.) ámoa : i SáifcHJÓII J 1 •' nía ojia. h- t-arnWj. a u.yo.<á ífl^ía íü'íj . il, of-Bexar, it was' That a committee df Oue f .fe of the conven tie following íentlsmen 'weKÍ ;ijp>U>wa Ufd £ imittoe *' ítarri., Ch'n.; A 3 rravls:J B Bobertson,ofW-a " aY.'&fi&t? W B"Ochlhres,. Wigfall, oí Harriaba; Jno A Wharton, oí Bra- ¡otoña; K W Latham, of of Nueoes: ¿no HMof. ofwlt.w. feÁoí^Hfo'iWi ;oT Tüftant; Bell Bttiftifr of Lampase and OV peon, of-Msdhia. oommittee repOrttfíbefolio wihgresolution, in adopted; ■• > <■*" m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 May 1857

«■Safe Verana rl'jií W (•! ios ;« ■dot.í Ib; Uw 8Ute [ iwgiiwfc lar tiMifivblM work on the t>íBiecj. 2oti¿,si; PQMMB • - ■ i «ir • «WfJSOO^tt * WKV "VW"¿" i« S^lros^^ Work, dfai. (jo,uou,yu ,. «e understand, bus bees awardtu iiü.8. Brown, upon their i Uhf being (ha lowest bidden tor " uoe with (he speoiticstious, si \ dollars, bat ibtttkfctefeogiiwát r for tlwlarger suiount, r to bavds niuoh work done i set «aid* for the . | í arrivsd • «fln.nnrtM • L. I I ti . ' aiternoon, uaviDg rtpairea raes again o* her regalar j i-a ..i, ■ ée of #11,547,881, and have, 891 >10. Here ia an Increase of nearly eigl l'0®* Ig.lpana on ^ decrease of about a million and T&seaaassszx hst - v Jas, ban^ m y,.«Jie Ledger thinks, be taken,aa an in- dex of the condition of-ilw.banka ot the whole . . oountrj, and if we do this we see an 8xp*feM<ra that ► Vyja po^nta to an *arly oootrsotión. The business of banking, under oar mixed: currency, ia a eontinnsl see-Saw. It-caimó be fixed at tbs sama p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 May 1857

Hü H Br p The Floop «tufe tu the on É#TH g | ítay ► arrived Uom this ¿tanas railroad Hail ^**5 m&rnmm* ¿ waiw p«°n din opposition i meeün«aeeiniog quite unsni- Mtt ant* with liberal allokaocee for This exhibit removed aa to the eoet, while Mr. i in relation to the legal bearing of ' the quo* legali 4ÚH unanimity, SÍ! ,lso.a*tlsisd.* number who were fs- enterpriss. but in doubt as to the ftheoor^atlon. Upon the «hole t to bestastafáaél wlth tmOanal of ♦ital interest (o oar eUne prevailed. — /*•* Wwa, and ) receipts at NaVTork for three day* i request in that ohy at easier ale lm>. May 6th, 813 Dry Tetasi, ",'iivv.y ^üjáaiiiíiAl i Hon. George W. Jones, Ü. 8. Senator * arrived ia tfcie City yesterday, and has «d m qf hia. deceased brothers John Bice and f-F: Jones, in Austin county. Mr. Jones & l noble Southern BighteDemooratio Sen- ! from tha freeStatea who are doomed to &- takia place. the Sam*' gentleman who figured aa one of 1 pre- _ arrived on here last Sad t from U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 May 1857

f- ¡ Hi & -Í | v 't< "aí r | p**™! ?**% | &>^-> *j |í3 k$¡$8Í! fc3l^lfeÍilp Hiéhbta«co,asdo ^lÉüálitei S t>'túO~. ijtíi "tu JtíCvO I, r, uto ¿te TWagoer.SK) ¿ldand City—381) do to Hendley & Co, 4 j i to R t D G Mills,110 ■«•N&IHfi ¿O , W Boto «'óife r Eclipse—CO bales Wood & Fower, n 4t Gilbert, 5 do Tuition in Primary Education.. :¿J V..'. $890'p«rmc . uttki Hn*)la d**i:iidM tlon......... 0.0eli toBAPoimitgy ! *iloh we' " te have been held U ioqwlfe^^.H^Qrloan. iflaatweek. With those remarks ¡*Mt*lí'f - •■ *.¡ u);t*%at>ie. ugr ► o o> load*, dogwood lo , potfoak uouom RUI'' ¡u >a flV'O.íi evening cloady bsg&ílpiíru Clear now rita from 14 X "" &*« ,*t + ¿¿ i ¿ 5 #10- 11X* 1X ®I«H .....13X 35< ... üumM .18*®18\ • ...«ÍJWÍ*..'JI'1 «ni !' 23 né>4 so. 1 u¡ú, 14JÍ" r«t inmune. 9 %. rough 3 16®7-23 fim- imf '—'— Mrr-k*~ Morning, May7,1857. TKla T«r. LutTw. 1856. «3.... S ...11.158....65j«6 16,489....19,718 ?8?i:(fll|19BKf SlBazy suh l&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 May 1857

T#iWiM g'r-j ,st*«I «íeaaV ,/i. a . r ,cfl ' , .a^. ■ -5 ;,. j a .•'iTAi«5JjR .A .Ok. ¡gpl |"úi"% '.ilíi-éílJ || HMmpmH ■Hll •• áwiixeííinjf Ltv * .¡a j«ii>,if tit •* i i >« - im Tñi míWfflW.ft. Jereóiu aeatitóyS^yg-*. . .* • ¿!É* 'si£3* £ JiiraH. I*a. R l British Bank of ah act of Pai on¿-kalf the capital-o, £60, in before its operations should begi, managers of the instlwtkm eeostrued certain smallst- sum in hard eas*; which was bor to thi Ignore >) The Me* "^¡ades,, WmUPIiSi April, • force of the Lore nao the Tillage under mgy Oí,«ndí which ;-!Bl . ¿W'rvAJii 3,r*«-UU.L Hrtaistory of. ¡fe*íjnatítütionseyslHat actual paid in. capital of «SO, " the £50,000 which Was onto the jí' De- their fundi in juraged the institution m aw&m fc its strong boxes forsafek L arrived from Brazos Member! of Parliament w er anddireCtórg,Snd tton, 1 rocar roller areaao-oireosers.'anff pauw 1 u memsi 4 Co. various ways. jVÁWd bs «marked, ■" If i i; ¡that, before going* ■ ~ * ' , of Anatin, j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 May 1857

fifaír 4 and. on Galveston bay, between the Bra* ■ San Jacinto b.y. - tiefiH theepeeoh of General Houston, in our hi* remarles. In alluding to the a lotion and ÚM mac with , Cape BUis, for Berwick at it-r- : , Capt. Plaoe, for New ' Island City, Capt. John H. i Cook 1st Purser, Hob I. Bom- I tad Parser, uit«,JU.i7i i- * J Cwtu If Hits, Cage, Went*, 410 ou aeuk. ,V , C pt. Ellis, ar liiiilauoia, Wiih ill beevec «ill take on here luu Oes vea fui 1 at 8 p. in. 1 U. ti. stoauulup Cliaclea Morgan, Capt. (irom Indianola, wilb ih' d, and 181 hide tor N. Orleaux. 1 4 p. m. for Maw Or leans, earring .6 dollars.' or JH k Weaer, Capt. Veapermann, from d off the bar, ibis morning Willi _ÜMe AgtmLf Mttltl K^anlfmnii b.l .- ñi ' '■ m;; -. —— .. ' The aobouner JLaXo 0bario , arrived front ., wilt 48,000 leetinmber to B.8. $ r^r-y í-tóV ¿i, IT >. • ' ragggMj SjJ| .,T- for btUMing a gars: i *'5^^ hio him to tbeir final 1 I Court, Jedgeflfay, preaiding,, taring j eeaeion In Houston ties Mon- - ■ S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 May 1857

wft W.SUifíMai Un and We «"6 P the 8teward, felt na arevlew placeon .thelBtb; report who aro manfully eon ■ Falmer will be a Senate from ■^' pareonai inflo# ■Wf thtef ttoj So better thui He doaervea to I end therefore writer sajo, also, to Gen. Hon ton arcing that we do Bortjwrn Democracy ling for our rights." ¡the Hon. Edward A date for re-election to the If available talent, puhlio fidelity are worth f Barril, they cannot i the aorvioea of Mr; Palmer, eted by acclimation té A the .July extends to large quantil SSppK of goods In —towtóelr be added of after let J -W-!. circuit Ikt&f ■ -* ■ ■■ ■ of dniieato take plaoe on thélét importa then is store for duties, sueh good remain anolaimed, until that date. The amoont in -New York the 1st inst., was oat $9,886,600, same time last year unt the Coaler sayr there should three to four millions, as the value now in Store, "as in many inp ve declined making entry nntil amount of money held over to theee goods has helped to sustain the ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 May 1857

" &r;- r®ÁÍW4-^ r^eF^^^gápiMpigtó^gB... salt and Ytflttl* .-:íli. Ií tíQ íl¡ .- ' :.. eftft... • to Boetoft 988 balea; New Or- 4:wsprt.T <* '•* bajea, at «•>•/: i/i. luÉ íaVoent. % :MiddU j HÉÉfilttÉÉÚ| langa id ■' «* ü *0*1' -te £>-iutíii O,Ui ií> **••*:*•••/ '•• -71?r v • • •• • "• •rf^; .«« UO V m&mm on New Orleans par V t. pre ra rafl ^^JHMHMIPPP ... ..o. m Í P. •. «J . I1S& «*• n**"*"'*"" SSflfc •t S3 75«24 50. WW! £*$ *■ * *&> mm MS ' ílvr« V : 83,1857 LmíT ..19,982....20,353 on hand lit Bept, 1856. to date,.. Tena ports. .82,496 ,«,777 8)592* «• • 14,06o ....17,386. ....17VM6. .25 ,#45 .21,347 wjmsbB''" I of tha moniv - * 1 , . . _..,. i. i . i ,u i to Uta falling off H. O. A J. B. E., aa follows : J :w¿ui .- Firat. That tbe grain of our oak la too porooa and that veeaela mad* .from It contents oonsaqnently leak; whwl A "* '* jj ,bj ipeHn eni. jP-_^-,5r, I Wl 9 from oar t-BiRft eaaaoned will not shrink. Second. That atavee mad from < tome obj...

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

mm. fc.Kv 5*'" i * ma- : P.r C*mx_ We are ah CEOaBT.1 -*i -.of CommUionu erwei , that the work < J' the contract is going i i he will | proyemen; in '¡¿F the Brazos a ' tog is good < for re-«iv-, •natal L na ; State Eng r'a Bar, ! Capt. Brad I] ' Telegraph tb| pd permaneu contracto^ > are elso,f iff' Habéis regret to i «te for i ever, will | Bunneis, i Willi r—Frotadora1 . Palmer/eelines ton tothrfenate. | by th| veteran, Go i since feo induced to varda awjfJamcs Iff. Bendei J * J affliction *e the low# Boas*. In his bo for «tíme belonged to be I U«pocrat, acting in f , and «ill 5opp<*i;:¿e noi avaution, f wbieb'he waa ■ -J~— «■■■( i , I Tt Cosirrr.—Ifhe denocracy ht e Domi- Jt. Jí B. Pose* ÍQr representad*, and in their delegate* to tne convent* to sup- 3on W.< Dsnc-ys fof floating repWntativa hi counties ot t Jfette; Bastrop, ¡Travis and ¡pc^ At tütí lat« ter suit of dsvtft Decft^i, _ of the^el} county District Ayre , el «1ts. Beed, efc lug, involving title t* aa ll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 June 1857

i0c., frame! t <rth 18c.; frame* t , 13 light* t IS light*. t12 light*. . . ,jj*g A Mary ¡ . Land jjgei tu all matters cub ■g, 4.0 , ixoliad, Col. Jo! uov 74 L nu- uiu re- ble* OÍ Uie our •• Medical AJUMC.LL Ot cu. /tgeut at (jalvkstoh. .op he lor , 3o4 tiroadway, A. V. i every lowa. Iiuw A: "■ S ^ jjwwwymmr . me Henderson i/cmcorát, i£l Auelmlnielligtucer, the Palestine Advocate and every other pajertlist advocated the nomination of Johnson, «a «all waver; prominent man «bo agreed with them, have conie out strong ly, unreservedly for Hunnela and the other nomi- neaa. Theae tacts speak tor themselves, and niani featly contrsdiut t),a information -of the New#. It la an unjust ¡Damnation agaiuat men who do not wiah to be misunderstood. Iterar y Journal. the tlr.t number of thia taw i be published monthly, and -and bint ry, aud the dé toree ot Ibe Booth and West." i expressi' n on the part of the Ute the híl eme a* to render tie l Journal a season of iutellectn a source of eutertamm...

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

tbe BT At tholaat dates from Panama It rently reported on the Isthraustbat the ; nadien<6ovemment, in the settlement of Iotoeh olaim, had cede* to tbe English Gov, the ¡«lands ¡nth bay of Panama, for WJ United Slates have long been in treaty. HT By tbe fcte accounts «en. Santa Annawas hourly expected at Havana. \ U0 Mr, Joaaph Branan, -whose death was aeanoal in ournsws oolnnon yeaterday, had for si years tb« chief editqjr of the New Qrfeai Delta, and late beoamo the senior editor and one1 of the founder of the "Timet," though never al lowed to write a line for it. lie was a native < f Cork, Ireland; a patriot and editor in the ,stru ggle Of IMS; «uffred a long imprisonment; and/finally took refuge ii thla oountry, to builVop a wide rep- utation as a journalist aid die at (bft early age'of twenty-eight years, leavipg'a widow andvtwoolii: dren. Mr. Brenan was alrfpe acholar ¡ a1«4d and original writer, and enthusiastically devoted te the. Instttutioqi of the Soqth, j ' V 1 3 Vt...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 June 1857

W5KS — yon, and, another ; no r write. Now will can .be found .. and eo n _ d gripped ber Terj hearl 1 a low, sharp crv, turned paler than country «ÉKj auk for the New Yurie ¡ jou wiU go* the ronu love where it lea*ea otf here. Fern i and 8 to New assiuoati,**. .. *. « ®10 ...t-ü, iok * > Power. 3 do to bdl peltries to os I bal ea cot- • cotton, j cotton, 12 hides, 1 bdl j, 43 hides to Hendley A I. i Klaener, 24 do to Ball, Hutchlbgs PROM LIBERTY —Steamer Batty Powell-6 bales -T to R&DG Mills. I FOE TRKPA8T WEEK.— SRlVtR—sot I do cot 00 { w - ees as they roUedon, each occasion. "Oh1 dear m nearly, twel ft{ i > wooVUSS hides, 5 bdls peltries, tal hours 1 said a hardware, IS'c crockery, S casks do, 50 bbls ] SPOOL—Per ship 'Wharton—3900 sks I steal. 1014 bars iron, 142 bdls do, SO tons do canoel coal, Sdu fathoms chain cable, 1 an- Per bark Weser—S380 sks salt, 1347 bars iron, 05 bdls oo, SS rolls do, 211 sheet do, 175 bdi hoo do,g5 tona ' pig, 103 bars steel, 18 anvils, 90 ...

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