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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 October 1858

AGO. "raías o '« 0É OMTH or ummoM'. •ra iUlUtun,ntUaN>o>lMit|IIU«U«ii^ ad jeíaaU additional for saskjabssqcentinaertion DO DO • soo tooo S 00 Uk«raM*diutton mad o jeaxijadTertiaeme to Ikoaawko advertise 1>t u«> qaartor or jear. IdTtrtiaamoaU aowp«rt 4 aa toUaa#,wUlb« psMUhed ,IIMith, aadaharced aoeordinjly; bat aoadvar- iHMtfOr aubeeripUon wffl be discontinued tmttlall iiiwTiS?*««ra paid, kutattieopttou o ftkepabitshsrs. livertlseiaentsexeliislvely for the •' Weekly" will be charred a aboya; anda liberal discount Bada on idrertiiemeat* for both the elty and eonntry papera. Ingle subscribers at a diataaea may make realttuc at M rlafc, by ■all. Uiili&Ji. TUESDAY, SEPT. «, 1858. r !> late rasante is Galveaton Cemeteries. Monday, Sept. ST. Charlea Schaefer, 4 yean, American, yellow fever. Charlee Wilson, >2 « " " " Martha Salter, 9 months, " . " " 26 yean, German, " " SO " Amerloan, " " B. Goto, «5 " " " " Tan MORS ins, Sept. 88. John F. Bant, Jr., American, yellow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 October 1858

Til of one *É * c ^ , *. W J Fa An ■ ✓ W V V A ▼ T T ing in hi g«*> the the" "Mo pare Tl quitt of on one ' irate wide, the C one I tae-I ' of Ki haa meat have nlnet thick pare! ' to b* great pari until .. Its est, ¿red au^ the 7 rema1 third to thi hour); ^biriea tu« ir f«e-Mlent m*aandwehavereceived no- üoeeítb of *r*fr*n7will b^nd the J_T|1 ttoCWÍlnok & C^ who liare TnrfL_2a/A to thrfrBtock of prime 4*«^®#*™*Vj<®eh they offer at the low- JU* ieoe®t |iW^j¡0 gentlemen composing the i of «v merchants—conrte- honorable, in all their business : liquors aro said to offered for aale here, imd h* pHU ■" "¡TT nu ll fin The spe- l of wine4nd *hiakey sent to the office by Block Wared:.Co., ven of an excellent flavor, hot £* b®100/ to orí®1 that inhibits thai* ear^ffb compelled to'take * "emeU" rather i 'smile," and await the decision of some jol- ly ^sitor to taste the "cratur." \gr C. L. McCarty ift Co., of&r through the col- osos of Ae Civilian to-day, some valuable town )ta. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 October 1858

p Mexico, A Mexico, John T. Lawless, i arrived laat (Friday) night from New with the follwiog passengers*:: Q Powell & lady, Stellfox A lady, Mrs Harrod. W H 8teven , H IT Caldwell, Wilson, L A Levy, iomtatoe^^Treedbniger, HilUnmer, W Uoaee, LATER FROM EPROPE. Antral ol the Arabia. IiwYob, September 8 .—The steamship Ara- >. Captain atone, of the British and North Ameri- i Boyal Mail line, has arrived here, with Liver- ol datee of the 18th inat. Liverpool Coiton Harket. LivntonL, September 18.—The ealee of Cotton Ir the past week were 88,000 balsa, of which 17,000 ere for specula-ion and 9000 for exporta. All qualities bad slightly advanced—eay 3<d. ; 18 market elosinfr firm. The circular of Mesera. Biehardaon, Spenee & Co. ijs that the advance on Cotton was from to }£ ., bnt the advance was hardly maintained. The estimated sales of Friday,the 17th, were 10,- 00 bales, of which 4000 were to speculators and ex- ort, the market closed firm at the following qno- atioos : ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 October 1858

fat faucial matters, had Letter ] «! 10. >TPBDAY, OCT. 2,18jf. ; Cfce feélfkt May Amfcitlo*. _ b Mibowered in Tin *— t large enougb for two ; / rbere the tangled /ays of the bright sun ibices The leaijr curtain* through; Where tha notes oí warbling birds reseond, At the blush if yonne mom so still; Where the little sett of eggs is foond _- ~ *5" •'ranch bv the window-eill; *"?, *^e sqainel irisks niiably in joyful glee, —. "«■ %« psep of dawn ; i* ilut, wbe rs the air is free, TflS/greels l>the velvet lawn. ; for no mansion with arching dome, Or the meed of high position; Fot the quiet ioy of the cottage home b the height of my ambition. Tet I weald net live in this boose alone, For it would for sweeter be To sit with a wife on the lower door stone, And *neath the spreading tree— To read to her when the winter night Falls dark o'er the cottage bower— To wander with her when morn's red light Opens the lids of the flower ; To meet her with smiles, morn, noon and even, And part w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 October 1858

P £•-*" . fStifc vM bsf*' iK Z 00 v::z::::::::::::::: *S88 M? ■? wu TtJB AT(0Ct6,^ ■j ?r *i ■ "i ■-— nwood of Liberty, gained no „ JrtU* o/^qt^ghis i to "help the needy." Tbe phffíioÍAC of the dtj have donejpod service, and really need lnlp i kKva«i) f««,M .I,,,..,! ami i mwh} iw imj in iiiiivbvtuibiwu uy wo" I« tiwlM. ;v - :-0 : tUte <0 .'■WÍI . ' wi^Cj U i>c ? (Monday) aays The Telegraph of yesterday regret to be obliged to annon'noe that since at iasne then hare been several new caaes of r few in town and two deaths one on Katnr- r evening aid on* last night. There vere on nrday some six or seven nev cues reported.— festerday we oonld bear of none. To-day we bear 7«f one or two more. There are in all as far ( ire can hear now soma ton or twelve cases down with the disease, most of which are doing well. EW The death of Dr. Ward, the medical partner of Sr. Jameson .leaves the latter gentleman alone. He will oontinoe the practice, as will be seen by Us oard in the paper. Sr. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 October 1858

==* r,oor. , iM . _ iT. i far ■UUUIB A letter from New Orleans, in the Msmpbie In- slrur, gire an interesting account of the mode oí bukl ia that dty : mo in the city and its eavirosa fourteen 1 Borne fire of thaw an. in tbe midst of aoD,theaeburial placea an uouiab We cannot wtban two or tina* feat below the eur&ce looming to water, ao that moat af the dead arai buried above ground. Three grounds are regu- larly laid off in squares, the walks raised and cov- ered with aballa. The aqaa vaultoand •ad expansive, coating an a groat variety of them of rare aad a tombe are beantifbl av Tas Ovnun> Mail, which «■the 10th of September, paaaad i the tad, far lea Trsadaeo. The i expect to make the trip inside of tweo- ty-flve days. 0T The appointment of Col. Matt. Ward, by Qov. Snnnela, toflll tbs vaeaacy in tbe U. 8. Ward is a maa of sonad «anee, independence of fV jfcea«■!>fc m ■ a ^ 4-BTTn a^l AAAI «fl sail AM iDvufBl y OOOSmvIUVo SIW vvwij IB WvlJ U UwUluOU sad Una, ia hia polit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 October 1858

mm — __ = == — (FWar) ntfrt of 1-lSd. in mm demanding ,n ^ cloecd at tr%. , waa decidedly easier, and H^ot. IVcwa. news by the Hammonia is unim- ■ fey «he Hot Scotia. Beotia, of tb« Montreal jd at " the 33d nit., arrived at Quebec, bringing LI v. three daye latter than KL—The salea for the three days )flOO balea, of whioh 8,000 were by speculator*, sod 6,000 for export. Mid dlinf qualities had improved meat, the advance be- ing l-16d. The market oloeed. CMiels. Consols cloeed at #TJí<8875¿. Mat «harnee far the Ca le. Reposta from oflMal son roes say there is still ■orna abanos nr the working of tha cable. If#*-Arrival of the Csasds. Hax.ua*, Oot. 6—9 I. u.—The Canard steamship OaMda^n^fofy doe fromLiverpool, with dates not yet bean signaled. Arrival •« the City et Hal ties ere. K*f io", Oot. 5.—The steamer City of Bal ti- móse, has arrived with Liverpool datee of the 20 th nlt.^rijsady anticipated by the Hamrqonia and No- The general news is nnimportant, bat a few items are finid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 October 1858

i ■ ■ i l h e. si a -5 R % m; iti •fb JíISUTHICt, fcu IWIm i Hube ut riM iuuuee c . ornea Contar of Stand and Kd Street, O ALT IKTOR. WtM -•♦•• ••••*«•• DIBBC TO RS: Aw.mrnmam RA .«^ C. R. HualB, ffssssr prtíss. Jsfírss., ¡ssxwsu- job. a Lawrxbos If TÚ* Company to prepared ta take' Marine, Inland avlgation and Fire Btoka at the asnal, ratea ol pre- mlua.and claim* tor loaaea will be promptly adjuated. #4r lor tike Board of Dad ' i, Philadelphia, Bam- to corn Marintln- HUNT. SB OOKVBBOIAIi UfSCBABfCE COMPANY OAPITAI , $6,000,000 DECLARED. 84 PER CENT JOHNSON, ^ ^ tke MorlanHall. £:¿RHJS?SLcOH,! • ahation op and rial* Barkfield's Bluff.. Moore's Old L... I Klokapoo Sh'sH Hall'a Blnff.d SannoH IkagnoHsl Parker's Bluff.... Wert Point Pine Bluff. MOFFAT'S * LITE PILU AID PBKÜIZ B1TTEBS. HI BU BT FAMILY MEDICINE HOW BB- jl POKE the publie, tor the cure of SCROF- ULA, ULCERS, SCURVY, or ERBPrlONS of the 8KI5, FEVER and ASUS, DYSPEPSIA, DROPSY, and la fact most aU diseases-soon yield to the...

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

:-~x §llffj|l|| ~{9r¿ <T- *Wtm &oo. Stefl" * M 1 ■ =g rOL. XXI. =t GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 19, 1858. N O. 29. ' folowing abstract of tbe i at D*n villa : He < I aothorfeed to announce Mr. Joma T. a., of La Orange, aa a candidate for idge of tbe Tint District. 8van, Capt. Praoock, arrived liberty, with 88 balea cotton Mia. Bparka, Ha. Bupermann. i ■ ■ ■ — City, Captain Blskemau, arrived thia morning from Houston, with 648 balea of ootton, and the following passengers: flk . Hutchess, C C Cinta, IXgoowity, Mrs. B. Hewsto*.—The Telegraph of yesterday ( Monday) •aye thai since Ha report on Friday, there haa been Am^^H^i**- ava bean aoma eight or ten new case* nao* ' And t>x> whole number now aiok. including g ' ■ ** 1 } f the oouveleaoent, ia between thirty-five and forty * « «* y* The San Antonio Ledger atatea that the Government haa purobaeed tbe manalon belonging to Gov. Ball, together with the iota lying immedi- ately south and adjoining it, for the location...

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

SATURDAY, OCT. 16,1M8. The yellow fever is Twenty death* occurred Ninth ■ A V . eitctim. Fbukhxtakia.—The foi y*yy* ■ Ml oseetbatper ■etovieHGalvseton- The be very great, of the danger they incur. et to yellow we pabHah from at the jllow at GalveatOn. ■ sea ■ ■ The Indlanola Courier of the th inst. is tbe ' that paper which has reached us. > of siokneas, wlrieh the at- i had pronounced yellow fever. on the 7th but., i Lapp, I the evening of the «ame > were announced on the 8th, le. A caae waa t of the 9th, and three into the We have no definite aeeonnta of a later in the hope of the Courier .that l of the Mason and the preeent compara- 1 population will prevent any oonaider- t it mast eoon nm its conree. The dfeeaseis very fatal aleo in were reported ft at Point babel, Bxazda, Col. K. L. Hanalaop, Collector of Cut oras, died laoayonlg nan by the name of Davis, one af the employees in the Custom Hook. Children here are carried ofl, and, although thus far acclimated, adulta have...

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

Saw Yon, Oot tLivwpooion this port. .—The MlMof cotton fer to ^llSCT! qnlet b«t Further ftmEmy fcy the Baltimore. St. Jam* Oet.ll.—Tbsi timon, mind of Cap 1m on Jtt an fro* Urarpool to th* 99th nit. Tba boWon In the Bank of England bad InereM- sd £UOfiOO. The total ataek of bullion in tba - • ltoSM.600,000. •rtaPtkin It la understood that Lord Elfin, tí negotiator of tba new treaty with China, «01 ba apppointed Britiefc Ambaaaador to TOcin. Tba confllot between tba official of the AUantie Ma retiro for Ansnst ■in the exporta far Aiijgistof over Telsfraph Company atOl oontlni The éritieh board of Trade i Importa cñntinne to t and flour. laat year. uyvu UN reccBi ahoy a larga faenan In wheat The new telegraph cable between England and HoUaad baa been aneoaaefnlly laid down. Itiathe heavieat yet submerged, weighing 1,860 tona, al- " the iHitimt ia only one hundred and forty Tba bullioa in ti Bank of England had lnereaa- ed £156,000. lie had further advanced Hi aad w«e qnot sd at t&...

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

varia i> wide, its pride, Vll«i Ctfitol TilTON L. M. Hircacocx, Iumu Drat, Giant *jtaovwub, SeIST ALlJSaSpr^t, JON. 8. BEERS, Secretary, | J.DBAN, Vico President. — ~ id ta tato. Marlao, Ialaad st Ike anal ratee of pre- tor kNSSS Will be promptly adjusted. Ian II tact m< properties. Itha* been c IBM «Tur o I tactr curative | wUlplacethesat estimate of en Of 0L Philadelphia, Baltl more m How Orleans, c¿nünuesto eorer JbriuAj Imi «oJNfew Jlirtiteifitelaaa Ootspoaic*. " wfcaiiajai.aayralyn oaly aad advantageous!; ITIBH OOMUBBOIAIi OK om AHT. jtflOQfiOO. LAST DIVIBM0 DECLARED, M PEE CSBT. B. D. JOHNSON, Agant. OBeelnfroBtoftheMorisnHull. Dr. J .H. J MBS , I 4 Dr. FBAECIS BA£OI. Jul ■nn.imni.nig GBNUISR PRRPAKATION OP HUCIHU, Kidneys, In LUC, aad the Bladder, in i Greed was notoriously parsimonious • "* ttantly to eomalt Dr. rmjrbead? It' a* The Doctor wrote The recipe ran thus: will find relief if yon pig's feet and will see a _ light-bine- "from amon- orercoat. IB, ÍAT which the ...

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

& CO. 91 MforusaSn nsertion llUXlét I «as month, ud Um quarter o; year, diadas to tiae,wiUb« published ttagly ; bat no adver- XSS&^&SZS&SiBSZ iwtiss islvelyfor Us '< Weakly" will be I u ab«T*; udi liberal dlssout mad* oa advertisements for both tbe eity aad eoaatry papar . I Singla subscriben at a dlatenee aa; make ramlttane «toar risk, by mail \% Sibiliau. TUESDAY, OCT. 1 , 1858. _ fa aw authorized touinonnoe Mr. Johm T. HuoniT, Esq., of La Grange, aa a candidate for the office of Judge of tba First District. '■•'üsWtH VOL. XXI. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNBVG, QCT. 26. 1858. w inoaieaiuof Island City, C. Blaksman,com- mander , arrived tlda morning from Houston, with M balsa cotton, and the following passengers : I* Fresh Mrs. Dtiton, Mark McCaahsn. Horsroa—'The Telegraph of yesterday ( Monday ) saya: There hare been seven intermenta by the city Sexon sinos Friday. The namea of the deceased had not been obtained. Jaa. Balinger, formerly ef Kentucky , was among the vic...

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

i Mr. Jon candidate P. J. Menard, with 499 bales , Wallenburg. , that a • not] How, and by wham, the slave trade ia again pretty well exemplified in the Haidee, recently rank at SAT OKI)AT, OCT. 28, The steamer Island City, C. Blakeman 3 Liberty A number of the citiian.of Gal- L yesterday from a kalf milea of work to the days. The «JÍ miles, and B • A boat one mile of present rain cannot i can tract, and tba State by the Company. The ' tM Srst and second Atom this to be work* of a masterly ' '*■ 1 blMV Cointr At Arsna.—The Iotelligenesr i ilia*., mention* the arrival of CUsf at Austin, aad the expected ant - ' al of Chis# Justice Bobstto and Bell. O tbelSth Inst., Chtof íasüos Hemphill eloasd Us judipisl earner. He fes established a name, and ao placed it upon the rseord,that it will end are jMt cause t. be proud oí her Súpome Court, sad «•doubt not that the ft Mart orpafeatton will sus- tain the reputation established hy the past. I.1 " ■ - - " -We publish to-day the offl. siai aeo...

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

•>- r-as-jp-sf-- -T.\ r • . ' . -< +*. ?m ümm Mexico, ■ The steamship Unico, John Y. Uvlea Com- er, final New Odeam, armed at 1 o'clock to- day, having been detained ootaide by rough weather. Pimom—Xia M J Watson, Mia Doyle, E P Boat, Waaar, AtkinsonGraat, Pinto, Vi " 90 on , CampbeÚ, Wiaae, Emong and In Ykixow ftnt nema to fluctnate at New The deaths from that disease throughout [ the twenty-four hoars ended at noon eeordiag to tintan of the Board ef Health, mooted to 34, against 61 the daypnrkma. The total nmnber of deaths thronghont the city du- ring bat week, was 490. Of theae, 306 were of yellow which ia a decline of 88 on those of the week th city «tain on* Tuesday, a 36. Arrival of the relal UtelUgsace. . Oct. 19.—The steamship Anglo-Saxon, left Liverpool on Wednesday, tth inst., has arrived at this port. Ureifeel Csttsa Market. Letters dated Liverpool, Oct. 8, (the day ef the Anglo-Saxon's departure,) state that only a mode- rate business was doing in Cotton, and priee...

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

«WW Í 6- • for the LIFE P HE B B ST FORK the publie, for or ULA, DLCBES, SCURVY, R, SKIS, their respective c. — the public are aasnred that no paisa adrases the pupil In moral «a wen i wwam>l Mm «fx aavruvnS . FEVER and AGUE, DYSPEPSIA, DROPSY, and In bet Boat all diseaaes soon yield to their cnratlTe pro pert! fa. It ha*been coinpated that during thelaittwenly-five " u of persona hare l i him- or .officer DO), > be is a poaition ~~ b inspection, main body in advance, «top of ent- ry in every be near, *«ry great ~, carrying lorgraea, l to one , the dia- avea wonld tttoaaytkatoarobteett* Tuition la the 1 Tuition is the Academic ] JU'Mn. Huaeim, as [usic Department. Tuition in Music, per i No deduction for/ will sdents should be Those often thrown i speedily There is from oat. in every di- " " sle ted at whicV to the expedition is ooneli instance, if a foray upon the ' Lando is contemplated, time, mai place of rendezvons, are arraafpKi ' ' to make the Balees the pant, "r camp pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 November 1858

, yet tbe dto- tbe last and the We have not beard : done bi i bandea this. .—The Telegraph of je^pcdaf [Monday] ' yellow fever on the 22d iuat., Iveon the 24th, aad two y eater da y f of (he deaths were amone s Telegraph of yeeter- oocurred at Hejnp- l South-West, — \¡v gdoiwii among J and frames, via: Can- i to a total wreck, Nelson's ~ damaged. Stopple's Car- , OoL Effner's two story a "a frame Warehouse, a to4 noose, Mown down. Trees, of buildings suffered gene- Vf San Antonio Ledger K. Senrry, tha Texas has arrived in that eity, will start on their trip dur- iber. . states that Govern- patriot, sr- week at hia home near that tha streets of La- been thronged with Several large trains Court commenced its session i, Oct. 32d.—Chief Justice B. T. Wheeler, O. M. Boberts and Jas. H. 'I' . ' 8Ü rr Kovbxbbb.—Massachusetts, Nov. Fork,Nov. 2; New Jersey, Nov. 8; Illi- • 8; Michigan, Nov. 2; Wisconsin, Nov. i, Nov. 2. t Southern Citizen," Jobn Mitchell's r called, is to be removed from u, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 November 1858

iv <fc Co., h*ve to those who hid goods #a the ship IMMBj Invoices to M theIo— *in be adiusted in ity of the kind • that no lea Iban six They were: : a Sate Sonday Convention, of Christians; a Convention; a Local Preachers —The Conference of Texas, will com- mon the 10th of No- ll. S. Church for > at Tyler, Smith vtnbtr. The Texas General <fo ferenee will be held at the átj of Austin on ¿b Mth of Hovembei! HfThe eorner stsi* of the Soule University will be laid on Tuesday ext, at Chappell Hill. Bishop Flsree and other tfstinguished Bpeakers will be present. A Fill Mi*/-A Mi. Toty, who came here a few weeks sine* 'with a' lot of sewing machines, which be recommended to the public in a " pome,'' was " brougV QP " standing a few days ago, by ' oar food Dftnred Sheriff, upon a warrant or war- rants, ehafing him with obtaining goods under false pret«c« , *nd also faf forgery in New Orleans. Deeming the outside of the jail the safest place fbr a orimiial, in the pneent dilapidate...

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

' The Hew < ' The i * Importance. isflrmfot Md oo the better the week 48,000 took 7000. market aide by r the aalee for the i of which i took 1000 the week, the asme circular " " and tlje stock on reported rather quiet, atata that it Vas generally un- market waa dull and bad de- ! the week amounted to 4,500 bales. m r afloat that the Porta had re- i island of Ferim to Great Britain, id Spain. r at Madrid presented hia 1 o« the 13th inet. >• OelBf to Borne. Napoleon and Erf^me Rome to reeeive the personal of American eottoo at Liverpool was i against 168,000 at the aame period at lea. to be at aea, from SO,000 balee. ■The mediation of friendly of the dispute between sen conditionally accept- MWinj, from India lead to the aatiol j Indian mutiny will be oompleteiy i before not spring. _ , its again Defeated, i had been defeated at Valhonna Island City, Ckpteiu from Houston, with 4Í0 bales of and the following passengers: Hirer * son, Wm. 6 Hale, John 8 Saliera. ftfiKSÍ' J®* Stewar...

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

pL~. REY. l the will be rears upwards I benefitted by the Much. SSSfA sept7w-6w L at BOOB, s under the moon. aartmenA t'lre luaruee Co. Office Cornerof Stand and SSd Street, GALVBSTOS. • •«• we ••••«•••¥•• 2005 000 DIRECTOR t: ' the floe tine falla ' andvaO, BOOk old j a brown old doo whose pages tesas s Depictured dream. 1. That t dumber under the moon r. Bennett, a professor of some it an invaluable article of diet, K vary hnportegt mldicinal proper- • one of the moat powerful Jíedica, and that In all those of the «ver ané organs where calomel is it is the least harmless remedial JOS. 8. SEEKS, Secretary, I J. DBAS, Vice President. This Company to prepared tft take Marine, Inland Navigation and Pire Bisks at the asnal rates «I pre- ' a,and claims for losses will 1 b promptly adjusted. ¥ rSIHE understood. Agent (or the Board of Under* X writers In new York, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti- more and Hew Orleans, Contlnuesto cover Marineln- land and River Ritktin first class Companies. T...

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