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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 September 1844

IOIIWbs m; mSü . 4- • w¥y omenta, and th£ disposUnoti We bejiev i general, lo Jpi.Tuxostiucl Mexico setilo tjiuir . Extra Session of Congress.—The Baltimore Clíp- er of (he 3d inst Mays: Uie rumor Of an intention t«> all an extra session of congress revived, but for 'fiat ljoiinf\ciuI purpose congrcsa could he caKediu- ather*before (ho regular lime of meeting, we cannot oftiecturo. We presume that the principal motive 'QWltS |>4i to revjve t-ho proposition for ¡Lbe annexation K, Tjxas io the yiiiiiu—but 'publio . sentiment, is acj- krse to thejrenevral' of llila subject under existing ■rcútnjjthnces; and the co-operdiion dl congress jp ihp Pfe^ident,, couiii uot b«s fln^'óipaibjS [be m0V,«meiils of Mcjtico in referenqe to Toxas,, Liuld probably bo tbo pretext for calling ah extra bssitin; hai.the United States liiive little inierest in ?vo 14 own ^Dcerns. . . „■> ^ ■•'w.B ,'tfO a: : . In Ci^'cumstaiñíd Evitlenoe.^J have heard -«ame very Llraoitliiiaty cases vt mtardet íné^i...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 September 1844

& t N: l'■■■■■■<( ... -N . • 1 í \ atree ia Mlectod cot found the j* repose, To tbls tree jg, when he Ho climbs up ill of «tones, d patiently waits Ith© roturo of his intended fiction Between ten and eleven, aa the beat of ibe day begins the lion returna and ahould be eren aee the man, he takealitv tie notiee of him, but liea down to aleep away the time till tbo retara of the evening. The hunter also re- majnt quiet, and generally till about, an hour after noon, by which time ibe aand baa grown ao scorch- ing hot, that even the lion cannot set bis foot upou it without enduring considerable pain. No* the hun- ter begins by flinging a atone or two at the moat sen- sible part of the animal's head. The latter growls *itb pain and rage, for it Is rarely that a stone mis- aes its Intended m?rk; still he is unwilling to leave hie abady conch, and liea roaring and lashing his tail,- til) perbapa a missle hits him in tbe eye, and inflicta a tortue beyond what he haa •patience to endur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 October 1844

if m DY H. STUART. -r ' AM PUBLMIIra ' EVEUjr W15DNKSOAV /AND SATUHDAY. At ffri per tin 11 in payable within mi wonilis utter the ti'Mo or bscribiog— or $I0at ibe end of liio your, Also, polished iroeUly fur the country, nt ¡J!5 per ¡ij/inuiMwvuMe in lirivnucc. ADVERTISING—One íijiiufo'onfl dollar fur the ilrs^n^e '- Itinn, each aubxiquent insertion finv f<nú 'Eight liiio'a mal;¿ a Lqtiiire. Advertí aumenta insortéd (incu a wol-I; §' per square [fur ench insertion. otters on busilis*.^ of the office must \>p post piid or tlioy will jiot be' taken out ol* the post o&c¿. o * CARDS —of rtc®iiibont*ii,tnI o^l-er pnífCDfer, 6tld nnnvrtira I meat «r«tii¡<lidalotifor-ulBcu, uru considered und charged us ud- ad v«rti«ew«n(*. CM arringe and'obituary tintines of mors tliati tlueo lincs-iii ngtb aré charged as advmliüiiiuiih. " WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 18Í4. r ELECTION RET(JílNá.- & Counties, Austin. ! Bowie" • y 1 Bl 9SS0S Jexji, Jrazoria, Bastrop, Colorado, reported Fayette, .F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 October 1844

..«ir- m ' , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1844 The Galveston Debating ¡Society will meet this evening at tho o'clock. • Í ji Lecture, by Mr*Bellinger. ^ Qiestion for debate. Have',.Orator* been of greater benefit to minkiud than PoeU.t JA'^eneral 'Invitation i ¡ given The fetráíj vrlitoh we entertained jorijinjnry to .the cotton crop from the recent raía w¿ra unfounded. Thi bad weather appear* to have been confined eicliisively to the country on the coaet. end having cleared off dry und cool, we learn that little or no datmge>es •iiatAÍneá by the cotton, and that picking ia now advancing more successfully than ever. Although the fact ha. not been officially announced, it is re, ported, end we'beliave correctly, that Mej. Rilav w^ "g'i" „ Minister^ the United State., injthe place oí Mr Van Zandt, who.has resigned: Finding that the desire is very general to see the letter of General Jackson on annexation, we have con- cluded to give it entire in oar paper of to-day. To the friends of annot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 October 1844

, '5wis£Í>. "T1 * ■ V"v •, ti ': "\ ■"% ' $* ■-' <Z ¡ana is now so limited, thai the lari¿ protective d«>y extended lo it liua, thifb fur, nut cl^iiitiished the reve- uue from lili# urtlúie; and wo ulan/jnow, that the lands ot Texas could «oí l e brought/into.cultivation for y yeaia. Si thai the probability is, that sugar, , i'li TtvXiia, wuuld stand on iho iame footing with cot- Ion and other ugriculiuial ppiduciione, far more ad- vauta^eoua to the United ilutes if in the Union than «ul of it. But wem it . tiiJiei wiser I feel confident that the sugar plantéis ufLouisiena.will repel the im- putation that, on account of a possible competitor be- ing raised up iu Texas, lliey are willing lo - seo that fair countiy pass itiL«* the bauds of England. The «ligar planter wanfs.asecuiity lor iiis negro.property, stability |«r the Union, and independence for bis whole coumry. To gain this, he will mukts the same saciifice, if necessary, that the -otliei gretil ínteres!s wnuld muke....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 October 1844

■ '#*:■ '"■fit ■ is--. Wm ... a rter of Dry Goo< CALVES H. A. COBB, «■ - suitable goods Auction and Go mm its ion Merchants. STBANO GALVESTON Apvance made on Consignment . "DTH. KLAENER. Importer qf German English, American and French Dry Goods;—English and' German Hardware, also Wines, Liquors and Provisions.. Strand, Galveston. Jti: JLi. vv 1L LiAiVlfc) & Co. Forwarding and Commission Merchants ept.28 —111 GALVESTON, Texas - ' MEDICAL CARD. • 0R. GARDINER continues to practico Medicine, Midwifery, and Surgery. To Strangers it may bo necessary to state hat, Dr. ti, has bean a practitioner on this island lor five years and lot bis ptanding and succots in his profession would ruler tliair, generally to the resident citizens of the Island. Dr. (3. will duyotfl the saine strict attention' to the shipping dracliee as heretofore; and will bo always found at his residence, unloitH professionally absent. * _ OMtesidenoe and office, corner hauso noorly opposite -tho Catholic Church. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 October 1844

' PimM&nfcD EVE«y WKDNBSOAV AND £ATU1|DAS, • At'98'pa' wiUiin six. months after Ihs tiiue of *obS<>ribing-r*0[ ¡§1U al the «lid of th|« your, Alsopnblivbcd weekly í0,r;¡fj? f„"• at'$5 per minimi .payable in advnncs. ,APKW1V*í^P«« «ína'rn.'One dollar for llie "first inner tlon, enfcl) subsequent insertion fifty cents. nihilities make 'a nq'iiarfe.'' AuvehlsfttoiAnts ¡iiíerietl buce a week ffil her square (•¿.'éUdhiiJlBrllMi. : i ■ Pf the office must bo post psi'd or tliey will «t.>ejA*®fi.0 1 post olJico. pAttpS—ol steamboat and nthor paesenjrer, and annonce- BWriíóir^átjdldHtésfor ofijee, tfro ponsidorod end charged 11s ad- >oirtan n; t . . «riPffft and pb.itunry polices oí moro tlian Hire? linos ill l„ i i ndv«rti<n>'! tV. ' . * 'w^n n i ■ ■ f —— rEDWESDAY? OCTOBER 0, 1844. ^fíÓN RElHJlÍNtí*^CoNTlNUl¿J>. * P- CI CD td' c **■ r f C'oún'.ies.' Austin;0''" A1 I/Bowie, I Brassoa Bekar, % : ' . Br Miñé-;' ur BHiim " Colorado, reponed Fayette, Fkniiih, ' ' 1 V ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 October 1844

t *■ ■ m OCTOBER «W '• ! r*. Tfc* Matagardc"DMp*teh" **y*, initiation lo tha idle rumor* whiohhtvo recently been itárted of thaj presence "of Mexican troop* on oar frontier, that «gentleman who ha* recently arrived from «an Antonio i*«y« feat Col. Hay* positively! a.iured biro thnt/boro wore>o botliio Mexican* e**t of the Rio Grande: Froa> other (ouree* we learn tb t¡_tbera i* no appearance of any military_B i*en entJaft n*tj thbjcauotryjupan the Mexican Molitr. ¡ , . 1 Tbe;ia*t¡nuraber ol.tbe "Planter,"| published at¡Columbia on tbe'Braaao*, **y*— The weather it again !ne and cotton picking gbe* on *wi m mipcly. They who were well np with their piekiug when the nkin *et in have scarcely any otherf injury than the lo** of time. Tbeeatteipilleriaatill at work on the late cotton, at least that frJnuVtd after the overflow, in «everal part* of the county. The most absurd- argument we remember to have beard in favor of tbe annexation of Texas to the Uni- ted States, is that we shou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 October 1844

Is® W ('«. pn« llio r«t .diking oxeotk bwfers and «teei*. tind 500 «heap. — jo constantly employed 250 hands, and kept 24 jlongha going daring the year, whan the earth dtid [¡esifcte of tbe we«ther would permit. In 1786 he J50 hogs, weighing 18,560 pounds, for Ithe use of hia family, besides provisions j'jr his ne- |%*oes. .... '• Beautiful Thpught.—-Childhood is like a mitror, ithcbiog and reflecting images all around it. lle- | member that an impious or profane thought uttered by parenl'e lips may operate upon a young heart like a careless spfay of walei- thrown upon polished Bisel, staining with ruet, which no after scouring catt efface. ■ Don't Be Ashamed.—Let jio mi|n be too proud to work.' Let no mati be ashamed of a hard fíat, or a «unburnt countenance. Let a man be ashamed «only of ignorance and sloth. Let no man be ashamed of poverty. _Let him only, be ashamed of idleness and dishonesty. Carpet Weaning,— The Lowell, Courier says:— Ever^ band-loom belonging to tha Lowell Mil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 October 1844

IIP ! Ot ' the fat Fritad."—L'Jtd Al- mt'H, lliiiM V Picrfigoijjt, and Sic, Har- apo 'at th|> Hapovw Square Room a ed tlie Dandies' Ball. Alvanley tba DuWof York'# Harry Mildnsay never beatt introduced to the Prince; hito slightly, and Brummell wa *t with his Royal Highness. No inti* e" was seal to (he Prince, bat the ball • . _ i eXpeciat¡0p. ar,dp to the interest and Amphitr ons, a-communication was re j his wisl was left but to ceive d from hia Royal liíghtié ¡sb, intimating his wish to-be preienJt. Nothing, therefore, was I send him at* invitation, which was done in due form, anid'.in the ttai*es of ibe four spirited givers of the ball. The ñext quosljnn was, how they were to re- ceive their guestj which after some discussion, was arrai us, in the approach of the Prince was announced, eaqh Of the four gentlemen look in due form, a candl^ih his band, Pi^rrppojpt, as knowing the Prinúe, stood nearest the.door, with his wax* light and Mildmay, as-being young and void of offence,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1844

Ji.. GALVESTON STAURDAY OCT. 19,1844 ...... i ...... ,, ....... ■ , .. _' v>,iJ.1'1'" BY M. STB ART. Í ÚBLISIJGD EVEttlf WEDNUSOAY AND SATURDAY, t #8 per asura payable within fix months' utter the time 'of Ascribing— or'f 10 at the end of the year, Also, published eekly lor the country, at $5 per annum payable iu advanco. ^Dv^RTISIiNG—Una square, on? dollar for (lie fust i;iser-. tio i«wh •i)b1eqi|ont ihserlion fifty cents. Eight lines make a gndare.A<|v ertisemonts i user ted onee a week .$I per square for each itfs«ttioii. i. i : I otters on business of tho office must be post paid or they will not be taken out of tho post ollice. CA llDS—of. atnauvboat and other passenger, and nnnonce- oiont of candidates for office* are considered and charged as ad- vertid w'anti.. ' ' ■ EPMarriaflej and obituary notices of more than three hne,« in anj{th' are charged as itdvrYliarotitiU. • • • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1S44. , ~T *—. ' 1 1 1 ■ ' ■ ,! ■ ■ " - . ■ 1 i j —T- ■ ■ ¡ ■ 7 Mf leston...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1844

¡I; v.; ^ i .«m mm i — Imp lATURDAY. UCrODSIl Í9, 1814. .„-;■ —- . D>ini«) Bi i' f f the U. & Army ha# gone to in '.r* f, « the Waco villjge, as a . ' J * , ' Q i>n«i fn;u tli<i'J. Stales. ' ¿it J*' en , af.the U. S, Arppy "arrived at Wash- ingloo on,the 12.hi inst. with- despatches fronj VVaah- logtort c'ity nf the lB:h ultimo. They are represented to bé of a character favofabltj to Texan. A gentleman who has Unveiled of late in ilieEna- tfifQ qou^ties, and is extensively acquainted there, «aya that only one complete anti-tariff man has been elefeted.to Congress in the wlióle of that'part of Tex- ¡ngs and Utijust interference with the exciting subject" Chvrrh during the time that he shall remain in any manner connected with the insii'uiioo of slavery," thereby «impending one of fíbr Blnhnpa from the pro- per and rightfu1 exercise of hit < tficial duties, «milia- ry Inlaw andihe established usages of-the Church, in open violation of discipline, without a formal tilti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1844

' erienand a fair do was freely mippli SSssL I the market was freely supplied uiitil to.daV hIiüii holder* played more firmness. Tho bulk or the husiiioá^ which com- prise* 2,200 bale*, wast^feen liy a Mexican' buyer, and the re m|iuder for England, Pruiirta and Spain. Tne receipts are thin. Sj in freely, and the weattier cn'iitinues very favori bl« lor tbe rop* cotton market. ¿ti • .! ..ltl!H!¡P«W M. September 3d, 1844. , CfA '«CAT«OM <u< Middling, «1 Middling FSutí ' Fair,uc.:<ui','i',,l. /. vdonfrFalr, Good pnd Fine, V <1 [Iti,-' ' ■ JM *k't j I I,,, a c¿ " 04 n T a 7, ~ a 8 — a . (1~7* 'il tfc'/iA ¿L ('RON I (J A N T will he supported for iha-oT- ■ e of County. Clork fit ilia ensuing Aleciltin by many voters. w •AUCTION SALE ' |/|E subscribers vjll se|| ipilHil'fciii} the Auction Room, this |r- t¡40 atn, Groceries, Dry Goods, Cloilting. lia.dware -AU<> without reseiva.5 Boxes.. Toh ¡cfiii. subset IJL íá'ur-wW rfr Crockery.—/ u.s. custo;- - Rate i 1 per Act afCo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1844

M k>ra8. i' '• m-l: . p- „. ■ Tht Magnetic Telegraph.—Many readers may not know the principle ^Qh Whidi the IWgHet.c tele- graph is made to communicato aero , an ver without ^■Asonnecting wire, We haw received from a corres- pondent the following description of the proqesb, at once carious and simple: "On each-side of the river under the water, is plac- ed a mass of steel, gilded to prevent rust; to these the Telegraphic wiles are connected and ¿the action of, the galvanic batteries, one of tliem is negatively and the other postively electrified—that to is say,one , of them has less than its naturdft quantity of the flaicl in it, and the other more.- The natural result^of this ■is, that the surplus electricity of the one passes through water which is a good conductor; to the oth- er, in fulfilment of the law of nature, which provides for an equilibrium in all things. It might never hap- pen that any other body (being as near to the nega- tive mass as the positive ntass of steel i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 October 1844

HE CimiAPf ÁKD GILVEÍTON BY H. STUART. PUHT.I8UF.D EVIHIV WKDNUSIMY ANO SATUntJAV. #* per unum payalilo wiilihi six.months after ilio timo .of At#<J por a jrtWiiritó^g—r $10 at tlio «Hid of lliu yoar. Also, ptlnliflied ivaekíy f* r the country, at $5 por minimi pnjtnblo in advuncs; ADVERTISING—Olio sj|ii!iw, one dollar for the first insur- tion, oach iiibsi quciil insertion fifty CBnl"« Ivighl linos makq a square. Advertisements inserted unco a week $ I per njuaro f* for encli iu«nrlioii. ' * ' otters on business of tlio ollice must bo post p'úd or tbey will not.tin taken - out of tlio post olBee. CAKUa-of aten in boat and otler p.apsnnger, anil nnnttfice- memi)l candiiliito&Tor uffico, are considered and charged as ad- V¿rti«tf iw llt*. l£/*A1arriiiite' nm! obituary notices ol moro ihnn throe tmcsm «ei'igtli aro clijirgoil as aijvi'/iisnionti. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1844. v* ■ GALVESTON SATURDAY OCT. 2t>, J844. *■ , L-'n— -y4# ■ - -'!■ --UU'iJ. ILUL J'L JUJ'aW-. '■*' .Bts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 October 1844

* sv II 1 ¥'r flgstsemtg OCTOBER 26. 1844* . 'J'ha Audio, which bad begun to suffer some- what in bar hull, ta bwn recently completely repair- ed, under the superinlendurice of Lt. Tenniaon, Mr Denny being the chief Ship-carpenter. It had b6en- the opinion of some eminent ahip commanders tlml the hull of the Austin could not be thoroughly repair- ed without going into dock, or hauling outj but the result lias shown that, simply by "throwing down," eveiy part of her hull could be reached and repaired. It is now pronounced to be in perfect-order and "bo(- tle-Hght." Besides the ship theiu is a brig and schoo- ner in the harbo.r in good condition, as well as another brig to be repaired,—vessels of war quite sufficient a- gain to meet and re^el the vapoting steamers of Mex- ico, should occasion offer. . It U stated in the N. Orleans papers that goods are to bo admitted into Matamoros, duty froo,¿ in conso- quenceof the heavy damage recently sustained in thai- place by the alarm and eart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 October 1844

••>.1 lAíj ARRIVED Oét24—se*1 Geo B Innesy Tyler, Bernard •• 2j—*ch Nalive, Alsiaon, Ve¡a*cn a OUTiOiN MARKET. i New Orleans. October 10, OOTTOH —UVKRPOOL CLAStlflCATION. 1844. brío , linary, 1 liddllng, fiddling Fair, '«ir, : iuod Fair, Jood and Fino. 31 a 4* 5 ii 54 5i. i (i <>4 ti ( ¡¡ « 74 ~ a a -r- u 0 SOU Llict l.o.-ili smoked ñatua 400 do du (johhou Kutior, 3 )0 do Jo do CueesOr ^500 <io Buporinr 30 boxns Btiuch liiiíeii , 80 suck* Coffee, ■ * . . fiüO IIm 8n'.ora:iií, 400 Ib Lard, CUO Ib* B«con¿ - Irish'Pótate . Owons, amia variety of other articles initio Grocery and Piovision lino, suitable lor families and tiad./r*, jn*t received and Tor sale low, on Trcuiont street, ultbo old stehd Leedor Lange,4 doors north of A Hi (í Hulls lot 26 J Q HA SB ROOK; „ NOTICE. 10 a'< persons diggivg Earth upon the lands of the f.r a Galveston City Company. INIp<trst(anc8 of an order of ihe Galveston City Company. 1 lie nndcri-igiifd hat been directed to prosecute every per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 October 1844

a&t - . ler of Ú j cf Ill- ret urna- tlio whole 1 that gi'eot- ying houily — ner attempted > posed to be fiitlis, conflict mi; Mis hH ®K, St'* fk: • Sás .-i*'- r y m •• mSS MU fote' bad sent a message to ml which \yt e not known. • r.--"Lut Sir Jomes Graham's med- to operntiion/'i'said nn English meoi- 'iy, "aiid doctors will spring up a- do in Atnoi ica."—-"Do you' know our doctor.was two years ago?" asked a t six months since of an Englishman d. "Do you know, stranger, what ho-was?" " '-'Woll then, he was only a bookbinder, I it this news tho Englishman's jaw fell, and ,ed silent thanks that his bookbinder doctor put him in boards? A traveller who once stopped at- a Pennsylvania hotul; lose fiorri his bed at night to exqmine ibo weaih- er but ¡ñatead'of looking out upon the sky, thrust hi¿ héad through the glass window of a cupboard.— "Laudlora," crie-J tho astonished man—"this is very singular weather—the night is as dark as Egypt, crnd «molls of cheese. . ' DEEDS OF CONVE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 November 1844

ECIFIli ;Aiu>á — ■U'ivirbtiat ¡m i-other passenger, and nno.mea nt orc uiilij!ctoii':j( ullijj, ur¿ co Vtt)orod anJ charged *« dil- H. STUART. p01*IiISUBD EVERlf WGDNESIMÍ ' Afíu SATUItÜAV. Al#S.ft«r auuui ¡)ayablu wítlun Vi* uiuntlm after the limo oí*1 íbwnbing — r ijilO at the «u(l nf Iho yuar. Also, publiíbud "| fur Jliu eumitry, at $5 por anlmui |>ityal>to ill advmico. Krtflt't'lálNGr-Oue miuiw,-om: dollür Cor. lita (irni injur- icé sultoiqueii't ¡nsorUnn fifty cenU. Eight lines tnaku a ■ ■'«'•Uprtmemeuts iutúrted ótico a waek fj<¡l uer square lion.. ' _ 'Í't3< ol" the nfficc must be post p^id or tlioy will i takitn óiit ol'lito p««i ol!)c« *' tnent ofc urd' ^1¡BMÍIP1PPP"ÍPP^P1IPWÍP^ UJ'Mttrriiigü nn i obituary notices of. more than tbren Imeu iu feiigllí aro charged, na -ulvurti.-mtBiit .' WED N fí SÍ) A Y, QCTOBE lt 30, lsVl. The steamer Dayton Un ived yestorduy from H jus t lo , bul brought no news of ínteres!. A letter from San Amonio, dated the 13th soys— "At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 November 1844

www AY, NJV3MB 1314. Si I" cutter Atari, Capt. Simpton, ^arrived oo Thursday evening, fiom a crui e to the westward, ng late accounts from tlie south-western frontier. Ir Dunn was elected to Congress, from Refugio jnty, and not the gentleman formerly mentioned, was not a candidate. For President the vote Jones 62; Burleson 2. Indians have been doing sad. havoc on the frontier—having killed and captured about 3Q0 persons, and carried away largo quantities of m * J sport Of the appointment of Gen. Arista to d of the troops on the Rio Grande is re- peat ari iva). It is mithat the troops are being withdrawn .from the Rio ufpfePde to the interior. ' < srop 1 . United crop of t Sept. 1 030,409 exhibiting a variausacci P*P . , led to believe tbat1$Í6 c ydar past. As ma •ion that the amou States is increasing to glut the markets business, .we append a country /for the láfet will appear that the gradual throughout .this entire ception of one or two seasons, and Cotton Crop of 1843'4.—The ...

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