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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 August 1858

te m 3|BM fl^ | ■ : ===== * m -•"-1--$V|g - . 1 ' — GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, AUG. 3, 1858. Smith, Gen. Lyons, Purser of the thank* for late New Orleans ' W« learn that the Ü. 8. Mail Steamship , vas to leave New Orleans (Manday, 9ítb-lnet.,j>foT tbia pert via Sabine—she ia due here to-«sorrow morning, Wed- nesday. j - k. OT- The Sherman Patriot up that Col. Titus, of Nicaragua and Kansas fame, lately crowed the Red River, at Preatoo, with 100 men. The Col. hailed for Oregon, hot the editor of the Patriot suspicions bis movement to be for the flag of Vidanrri, of Northern Oy The State Gazette says that ''it is well known that Chief Justice Hemphill, of the Sopreme Court, where the ease has been, believes Judge Buckley to be entirely innocent of the malicious charge brought against him" in the ease in Montgomery conuty. Goliad Codntt.—We publish !n another column an article giving some account of reeent transac- tions at Goliad. Severe and terrible as tbe mea- sures resorted to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 August 1858

r, JULY 80, 1868. Antonio, Capt. P. J igfrem Houston, wi with 68 , , , oka, Mrs. Grabn, and 8 on deck. N. B.—Another bale of n«v cotton arrived by the San Antonio this morning, from the plantation consigned Caldwell of New York. W We learn that the steamer Tennessee, Capt. Dyeua, will leave here to-morrow or next day, for the West. She is intended for the trade Fowder-Horn and Victoria. EVThebark Golden Age, bom Hew Yi op to her berth at Commercial wharf, * and is now discharging. Agent, Mr. Jno. Shjckle- fort. _ Címo or Facir.—The schooner Yenos, Capt. Zavala, arrived this morning from Toapan, Mexioo, with a cargo of Plantains, Bananas, Limea,&c. <feo. They will be sold from the boat at Central Wharf. M ■ west winda, prevailing du- ro or three weeks, which gave m t a sick summer, have been anooeeded by >reeMs. The health of oar r been better,-the action of the lionet , and the strict observance of i finances respecting nuisances, moat secure us in enjoyment of that olean ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 August 1858

i ..; if § ; J WUmmm > Mextoo, J. T. Lawless, r, from New Oiimos, arrived tbfa moro "inftf-"iiim^¡iinHi -- > i* '■* ¡ttftf , C A Bar Arrival of Ohs. Mdlgan. Charles Morgan, Captain PI* , arrived last (Monday) night from New Or Utkr. The passenger list farniabed on is illegible. Mexico. " Canard , which left Urar- >doffC« j, the 10th inst. days rket. > the general repon* of the Liverpool broofht by the Europa, quotation ed to 87,000 Ceaieli, reek, on all quail. dajg are reported i, the market elos- to have amonnt- ng doll. Ih &$£&£?.as at the alose on Friday, ~ " - gÓM eral Hewi« The Agamemnon arrived at Qaeenatown on the 12th Inst., and reported that the cable broke below her ttern. After a meeting and consoltation among the directora, It was resolved that another attempt should be made to lay the cable. The day fixed for the departure of the fleet from Qaeenstown on tlda new effort was the 17th inst—the day of the departore of the Europa from Liverpool. The Indi...

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

_ — A in w , so it ¡a in teaching steers, a jectis to train them to wear f la of tbe driver, of steerst ths|H mm :]§m Wnitw ■*! mm " Thes ; vi', , iri well fat the of training This should Two paths Ie And angel* waft Who count each burning life-drop' flow, Each foiling I ear of Love. Though from the Hero's bleeding breast Her pulses Freedom drew, Though the white lilies in her crest , Sprang from that scarlet dew.— While Valor's haughty champions wait Till all their scars are shown, Love walks iinchallengS# through the gate, To sit betide the & Tho extent of the Atlantic ooast of the 0. States, in round numbers, and measurement from head- land to headland, from Calais, at the head of Faa- samaquoddy Bay, to Key West, Is 1,800 miles. If the Bay coasts and minute sinuosities were includ- ed, the distance would be twice as great. The coast of the Gulf of Mexico, measured in the same way, Crem Key West to the mouth of the Bio del Norte, is 1,800 miles. The Pacific coast is 1,900 mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 August 1858

1,11 . Mr STUABT, DÜKNETT & CO. s man or mwaurnoii. LY PSK AHHU1I DAILY DO DO COHMSBCIAL DO UTB OF ASYKftTIIHa. Por ataglesfaaie ofM lino*, or let*, 91 Mfor the trat — Iter eaek sabseqa e n 11 n iortio made on yearly advertljemenU,C8d by the quarter or year. a* to time, will be published accordingly; bat no adver- wiHbo " —m — to those dvely tor the " Weekly" will be I ae above j aad a liberal discount made 01 "sforboth the elty and country papers I... tUk, ¿FÜS"""—*' Hifiiliat. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1858. vm The steamer bland City, Capt. C. Blake man. arrived last night from Houston with the following Idaa F. Soranton, D. Barney, 8 L Fowler, C. P. ► ^rigbt, 8 Norria, Taft, Mane, tí A Churchill, 8. Dyson, Chamber., W. 0.Mitchell, W G Hale J. Manten, B H Lamban, B E Boper, 6 W Prszier, J Fiah <fc ladjr, Misa L Alien, Mita £ Sandusky, Mías E Stan wood, Mlaa E Corbett, Mrs A Klein, Misa Y Mantea, Ellen Crane, Capt í Smith, 6 on deck. Election Returns. Associate Jmtict tf lit. Sad. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 August 1858

Capt. P. J. Me 10 Willlama, Dr. Tho's 1st clam. distribution or 1st Latin Cha, Pi Sd Reading, 1st prem inm Junes Spann. Orthography, lit premium... 2d .. ... i Cahill John de Young ...Richard Drew. Bsyadate A lady, J A«m«, Mr* Mason, Mrs Jones, and I 1st > ■K" hhmi Orthography 1st preaium... • • Geography 1st premian Sd ....... 1st class. 135 Iff? 2 M 313 383 175 TVBII. LT. 1st pnta. .William James. 3d prem..Daa'l Mitphell. 1st cuas. for solid OeoBitrr and Spheric , pre- to J. Sullivan Kirkland. 3d CLAMS- Surveying and Trigonometry, prem Tho's Burke. a^oiiu class. .. .-.If: Shaw and Jno. Saffney. 1st class. ,, as far as heard from, Judge 146. ^ os of ail bat one precinct in Wash oij .ive Enckley 26 majority. /he papers are rejoicing that the election pass- ai Louisville wiih only one man shot. The ve means of fists, thumbs, slicks and, brick- gfrjhave sufficed. candidate for Judge of the Court of (fn elected by 328 majority. Ji candidate for Clerk of the Court is najority. The ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 August 1858

«51 By Stean^hip Fashion from Mobile. iu ii " nnnnnnnri.n -iiux•_ mmn-^inni iruiji. l ' LATER FKOM EUROPE. Arrival oj the Taaderbllt THKKS DATS LATEE NEWS. Mr. Jamas SoTley haa kindly famished ne with • following, reoeivad last night par steamship i from Mobile. Moma Aug. St.—Tbe Yaadarbilt from Hat ra fist nit is la, with three days later frota 3m Liver- pool ootton market. Saks for the three days since (to sailing of the Europa, 19,000 bales ; market nn- ahanged, trade in Manoheater doll. Consols ad- ran ced LATER—iRRIYAL OF THE PERSIA Moana, Aag. id, X a. m.—Theateamer Persia, just reported—sales of the week 87,000 bales, mark- í unchanged, holders offer freely. Hew Orleans ltd. Mobile Middlingtftd. By the U. 8. M. Steamship Calhoun. "TarThTir&ltoiriii^^ A. 8. Gardner, Commander, from Hew Orleans, via Sabine, on the Sd i net, arrived here yesterday, (Thnaday, 5th,) at 8 p. *., with the following paa- aengera:—Mr. J. 8. Moony, Mr. Welder. Mrs. Ketobern, Oapt. H. Malat, rnd 18 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 August 1858

growth, ly field ooala of Care Tbofo! laymeot: L B.Hurlbnt QfOth «S4Í.DW. STRiST *■¥■ i*1 ?<fcotbeTa stTeet T.' Dignan. " (Adía) E. Qotthei! Market On motion the A 4 mountain, m lawn ed fonnuin; itninf>«ki Tered top , J Eagle aelf reliance whirlwindi, u they drop * ~onr bold defianoe 1 it, a gallant fight, , and strong endeavor, palm and wear the palm ' Forever 1 an«'.s despised retreat fund bntaoanty, bread jon eat, you've plenty; driven from Borne, ily Roman— fall at home foe man 1 hDla were audited and pasead for Hospital Market ^^0 6, 8 88,70 *fiO 164,00 83 00 25j00 oJ%?ikJiálUU£—0ae P,eMant day last atunmi «g $8Boaton fo<.«¿5 party embarked in wherryjo yiait fase fatoad, bing jnat below the Moot a dozen cows and aa M lame ham The dog also espied them, and accordingly - firii them, barking at the top of his voice. This attack first startled the cows, and they began to rebwu with considerable speed. The horsed sel- ected as the main object ofUs assault, and limped w*y as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 August 1858

ir- UGU8T 10, 1858. Liberty with the following C Coker John Bogan, ,JKDablanc, Qrvmes, S Walla, W Crain, " BaOaf, and 6 on arrived with 33 bales cotton and BlackmAr,Jan«,Baker,Ingram,Hall, Conner, Irwin, Vincent, Beagley, Stable McLeod, Jamison, Johnson, Deleadenier, Harder, Hogan, Sr., Lewis Jr., Cotton, Beeves, Mrs. Mrs Middlogge, Mia Faddy A «on >. Southerland á¡ daughter, Mrs. i & daughter, Mr L W Grooe A lady, Mrs. A daughter, and 6 on deck. 7A V/ BT The Parser of the steamship Mexico, has oar thanks for late New Orleans papers. eriit. B. A. Irion, Secretary of State of the Ke- pnblic of Texas, daring Gea. Houston's first term as President, ia in Galveston. Almost twenty yeara bava elapsed sino* the Doctor visited Galveston before, and since we saw him. Time haa dealt kind- ly with him, and he appers to be in fine health; bat Galveston baa so changed that he seems to find it hard to realize that it is the same place. Many of hia old frind, Col. Menard, and others of his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 August 1858

«te and O&ZH'. *n H,lle,t' wm ana child, Mi Lonza. Natiosaí Family ScBar Boo*; entered g to «et of Congress, io the ü. 8. District |Wt tor the Eastern District of the State of Texas i^made ua appearance in Mno., and may now bt \ npon as one of the literary imtítmion. of Gal ' -jjudr celebrated for a* rarity lUcatiora, which now embrace «ton " from grava to (ay, from l ta severe," with «ene not included in even i tange. That portion of the Scrtqp-Book be- i contains an account of the Boston Massacre, >5. 1770; aome account of the Uvea and burial of the President*; and the remainder will i he made op of a great variety of interesting : selection*. Cou**T.—The Washington B l the sodden demise of two old citizens of Capt. Harper, at hie reeidenoe near fcpteee, on the night of the 9th inet., f< «"well he took a does of morpheas and fell into a sound sleep, to awake in another, bat we treat, a hatter world. _ Capt Barrett, la the 78d year of his age, attend- ed the election at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 August 1858

igi®5 BHpNRjrar ««-ws-rwwa-ww - have declined 1-16 to Kd.-tbe lower ssn/i r Noon.—The estimated tales 10,800 bale*. The market it > on Friday wen 8000 bales, of mi by speculators and exporters. I steady at the following qoota- 17 11-18, Middling Orleans 6Í, Mobile 6 13-16, Fair 1611-16. 1667,000 bales, of which liare American. fflaachsstcr, ' accounts Cram Manchester and other manu&c- rltstricta are tarorable. The market closed quietTbut steady. Tres Ordinaire at Havre is quoted at 105 francs. The weather has been generally favorable for tbe crops. Breadatofls closed steady at previo as quotations. Provisions closed quiet with no notable change in pries*. csaseis. London, July 81.—The funds have very much 1 mproved since onr last report by the Arago. An advance of fully Jí has been obtained—consols for money olceing at t<%. ■allien la me lOiak «( Kagiand. Losdoh , July 81.—The bullion In the Bank of England has Increased daring the week £50,000. ■rltisk Success la ladia. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 August 1858

And gave into * symbol of wlllba prompt- State.: i for Ike Korth CaroUn*, Alabama, „ South Carolina, MlmMppl, Kentucky, , Georgia, Louisiana^ — * X. HlUfiTT, COLLRCTING AGENT AT LAW, ^^£r£zrAnstn* of aU claim. ni ■ jour own from Ids tirti" that just work, bat a yon say of In the glades, ioMtrj ^rrtismmti. Cwwtjr. i on tfca cloud < The harbingers of i [of tbe brawl thy fold., of bop* and triami And the long lino Kr.jotft.li Has dimmed the Each soldier eje shall To when thy meteor ( i£i,«KSh3a And when the cana Heave, in wild wreath., Um And gory sabre, rise, and Like shoot, ot flsme on M'S'1 Ana cowering XTSf&u, X strikes below EaUant arm that strike, ively messenger of death. That Flag of the seasl on ocean's i Thy .tar. shall glitter o'er the brave ; When death careering on the gale, Sweep, darkly roand the bellied tail, And frighted wa?se rush wildly back Before the broadside's reeling reck, Each dying wanderer of the ms Shall look at once to >mw and Um, mile to see thy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 August 1858

resma* it STÜABT, DI • see 10 oo t ri- = , arrived and |! „ , Mor- . C. 8torn, 0. E. Gugony.G. & son, Mrs B O Payne, Peacock, tbe follow- id Holland, Wn. Fields,'8 J Darnett, Sense, Smith, Dorset, B Green & lady, M Sbaw tfe ~~ B. Howe, Mrs. Peacock and daughter, 4 ) brig Lavaca arrived at New York from o, Aog. 8. ship J. W. Fannin cleared at New York for ilvestoa, Aug. 5th. • J / J 7 We learn that the barqne Trinity, from Boston for Galveston, got npon the Bahama banks, and had to go into Naesan for repairs. San Antonio.—The Assessor's report gives the trae popalstlon of Ban Antonio—via : 6,281. The Herald saya. "This is a manifest falling off in the popnlation of Bexar county daring the last year, bat we think it mainly confined to the Mexican portion of oar citizens." So Galveston is the largeet town in Texas, after all; although the popnlation of none of the princ- ipal plaoes has eome op to tbe estimates. XiiBXBTY.—The Gazette mentions a refreshing rain. The road from Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 August 1858

- • Chief Juatioe; B. L. Cottrall, District Clerk; Bryan ; Graham Booker, Coro- Wrivtd lust night from 1 too and tbe : M*J- Williann, G A . 'ape, A 8 Rmhven. Galbtaitb, ! , Ami in, McLean, Cberrey, . , Mra. Passe, Mrs. Pope & 2 < HTTto steamship Meta gorda, Capt. Reports steam- ship Gen. Rnsk, Cap . Smith, from to New Orleans arrived yesterday 19th inst. at Pow- der Hon'; bad on board $889,500 in •dtoofaer. The Rusk report taring left in port at .J. T. Johnson, to ftil for Haw Orleans, i New York discharge ET'Tba bark Cavallo, Cap*. Waahiagto«,fro Hew York, came op to ber berth, at Kuhas Wharf, fcvday and U now discharging. Consignee are, Wm. Bend lay * Co., K. B. Nietola &Co., 3. P. Darle, Brown * Kirkland, B. 8. Wood, and Bam. Maae,—Agent*, Wm. Hendley & Co. SATURDAY, AUGUST SI, 18S8. 1857, reformed ; leaving at tbe head of the menta Mr. Juan Joee Baxand the army in of General Panodi, Bangel and Traconii. left uoaowv ^ diraeüoo of Lago, -ft i taken another road for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 August 1858

marine COMMER i Arrival of the St Mexico, tW Tb« steamship ) Commander, from Hew ( Ay rea, MeMillerf J McCarthav& lady, 8 Eaton, W X — i.vol ONE ST. Johx'i, N. Arabia, C pt. Jan Saturday the 7th 1 with Intelligence one' the Niagara. The «alea of eotton for j of whieh apecnlatora balea. T. Lawless, t night. nith.Se Powell. : and 6 -The ateamahip i left Liverpool on 1 off this point to-day, ater than received by week were 51,000 bale*, 950 and exporters 4,500 ine of 1-16 t J¿; Mid- r Mobile,# 7-1?: Mid- The quotations i dling Orleans. tJi dUngPjrt«^| Later advices whieh report¡the ally crushed. Lord Canning bad toned a prrelamation to the 3spoya that none who had been concerned in the nnrder of firitiah subjects need, entertain any hope favorable. trmm Intia. have been receired from India, rebellion in Central India effeetn- mnrder ofBritiah subj ofpardoML It waa nmftred in I t Paris that the credit Mobilier will soon wind cp its business and form a connec- tion with the bank of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 August 1858

AlvIHT K)>! íiMI *2-; 'XX. "- —— í-¿m-o ¿j- — / oaU eternity npidiitd to JW^r by day. i born with two r that they should LZB6 í8 ftlflo A modern tonrirt caite the pride of all rivera." That pride iall. ■ya that human beada— the leea they contain the lender the they five of themaelvee, The smaller the of the mind I T«tbe en who oloeeller flock •f the rook, that wrecked them, flings ■xw Kittt iwuior mou ^Ajj.wheeepeak sky : ,—cold hearta and pealed feet that this bone n enemy I" "Ho more be won't, it la after the lire that be abies." An Irish painter annennoed to an Irish journal that, among other portraits, he had a tion of "Death aa large as lift." feels for the safety of hia large amount of funds is called "capital pun- ishment." Dr. Jackson, the elder, of Boeton, meeting bis old friend, Joeiah Quincy (both past SO yeara of age,)aceosted him with,"Well, Mr. Quincy, how much longer do yon intend to live F' " Till 1 send for a docter," was the quick reply. "And when did yos send f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 August 1858

r, AUGUST 34, 1858. Betty Powell, Capt. Peacock, from Liberty with the fol- ¿D'. BieberdeoD, Chambers, V?6111?.1?11' r,8kin,I«. J White and , Ml* K Hardin, Miss Smith, Mise C Hardin, "The «teamer Island City, Capt. F. W. Smith lest night from Houston with the following IPÍóelL 4 C McDonald, W Era use, r Harrold, A Allen, Carmer,LSalmon, Jeurdaley, W L Miller, E D Hand, Mrs i Crackee & ion, Miaa Edmonds, & 8 on ' The steamship Matagorda, Capt. Flander, Vis to leave New Orleans yesterday morning, 28d lost., for Sabine and Galveston, and is doe here this evening. Hroas.—Sold, at Boston, 1072 Texas, dry, 17o. six months, on hand 4,177 from Galveston. Bold t Hew York, 599 dry Texas, 26Jf fi>s, reject- ^ hides unflt lo tan ; 919 dry Texaa, 25 fte, 17 Xo, ran, 6 moa. Beoeived 9,946 Texas hides. Baos Abaim.—Our merchants are beginning to return from their northern tours. Messrs. George Ball and I. Dyer are among the arrivals from New Orleans PvBua Gboowm, where the inhabitants oa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 August 1858

■I lian. í FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, ISM. , Capt. Menard, i with 199 bales cot- I the following; paaaengera : . Godfrey* son, Kn. Bliss A three children, l Ando, Stephenson, Sogers, Ferris, Galla- r, Berna tt, Warner, Brown. HPThehrlg A Dunbar, from Now York, with —orted mefchandise, arrived off the bar yesterday (Thursday.) Agento, Messrs. Borley, Smith & Co. irk Cuiloma, from New York, with e, arrived off the bar this (Friday) mom- Agent, Mr. J. Shack leford. Csnereial Statistics. 'On the 1st September, the usual stalatement of the s of Galveston will appear from the Civilian office—embracing the total receipts of cotton, show- . ing the different sources of supply, and the amounts \ exported to the different markets abroad. Also, the ?ipts and exports of other articles ; with compara- P tables showing the amount and character of the trade of this port for past years. Persons desiring i to be sent to their correspondents will please ave their orders prior to the day of pnblication. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 August 1858

iDjsht *ia ______ «js.-Ddtí C Milnsr A lady, II ¿8d iss^w^sssas* rA'aaS¿; later fui ehmte. Arrival ^pf the cauda. 24.—Tb« t«m hip Canada ar- rlvtf ban thb evening with adtfeas from tlver- r pool to Saturday, the 18th lnst. CanuMKial. LivMrooL. AniMt U.-Tbe aalaa of the week ■ took quotations by the Arabia have been bi unad. Holders offer freely, bnt ahow no n to preaa aalaa. saleo of Friday were 7000 balea. ^S^¡S!SSSíífíS caring jtsromer ec uo'g Stoeka generally flat, but i proved. Bell A Co. rBpo: demand, with a Arm marl The sales pf Friday were 7000 balea. L If at the following quotations : " Mo- __ _ _ Up- ■MU) Biuuimg uplands,Q%. #T w " "'«pool ia 629,000 balea, of whlcb 665,000 are American; The cotton market was quiet to-day, prices gen- erally unchanged ^Tha^Umated sales of the day (Saturday) wa> Lauaa Jitney Market. The London money market has undergone little or no ahange during the wnalr In the Bank. The boUictfTn the Back of England haa decreased •C 'Xa week £102,000. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 August 1858

Ccrmttrj) aim Fayette County ▼ Intraettoii uut m iu the Sexual* Excesses and ImprtMenefe* la Ufe, «nil |fe« PKU. rihflr hriffct; All bloodless lay th Sáltese ml Improper Discharges from the Bladder Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing in „ with f Old Mid . prefix are >« and spirited; Maryland, «oft pleuing to the ear; Pennsylvania, liquid on the tongue, and suggestive of everything Hisechou Sds I inconstant blast, ■ the sun at even; _ t dew are falling fast, i the thunder dram of heaven. „ ! ever thai, firou childhood's hoar, By torch and trumpet fast arrayed; ieneath yon ivy mantled1 tower, ) bull-frog croaks his serenade. i is like the red, red rose, , ta ring with poesy trae; r Bodkin broke his nose, , I am Bhoderieh Dfan! It is ts bare no wsrk is is rho st the anvil toil, the sounding blow, the burning iron's breast fly to andfr , to the hammer's ring, fad tis'bard to toil long^da^ throogb, r it is harder t have no work to do I lot ys who till the stabborn soil, Whose ...

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