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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 November 1858

C *- Civilian. ■£§85? ■üÍKfe, fPILUMD BY STDABT, DÜKNETT & CO. ,.— DAJLY DO GOMJfKKClAL nia or maosirrioii. ,Y PKK AHNUM $ 3 OO SO to 00 OO 3 OO uru or ADTKftTISUIG. Cora ataglaaqaare oflOUaea, orleu,$l OOforthe On >li M canta additional for oaehiubaeqnentlnsertion liberal deduction made on yearly advertl«ementa,tB¿ to tkose who advertise by the quarter or year. AdTeniae menta notapeeUed as totlme,wlllbe published one month, and ehargad accordingly; bat no adrer- IMnant or «ubaeriptíon vtM bo discontinued until all -arrearagea are paid, but at tbe option o fthepublisher . AdrertlMaenUexeluiTelyfor the " "Weekly" will be charged as above; anda liberal dlieonnt made on advertisements forbotk tbe etty and country paper Single subscriben at a distance may make remitía * «t oar risk, by mall. TTTE8DAY, NOV. 2, 1858. Hi We art authorized to announce Mr. Joh T. Habooub*, Esq., of I* Orange, aa a oandldate for the office of Judge of t^ First District.•> W The schooner Ell* arrived...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 November 1858

á"f 5, 1858. Mr. Jora T. *¿anie Institute. | turn of this Institution will commence The November 8th, under the roperlntedenee Get*. By the lest mail from Meniere?, we have the Boletín Oficia] of the ISth, which brinn some In- teresting new . Gen. Vidasni had resigned Ue position as "general-in chief of the army of the North," and conferred the charge upon Col. Zan- gosa of Monterey, who had already began an aetive reorganisation of the liberal troope; he had already an armed and equipped force of more than 3,000 A forced loan had been imposed upoc the coai- eroeof Monterey and a Tolnntary oooMbation had been opened, by which combined means, it was thought that soon ample fonda would be raised, enough ftUaast, to enable the frontiersmen to «ally r market remains easy, with very little more- mest of capital. The supply is stillin exceee of the wants of the bneinees community, trade, generally being remarkably quiet for the season. .. „ — W M * -treason in camp" haa been the the New Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 November 1858

Cj¡t (jCitálian fe (¡HaittU, / r From New Orleans by the Texas. oar The «tern.hip Tex« , Hez Wilson commander, arrived laat (Friday) night from New Orleans. LATEK FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamer Faltón. - . Not, t-—Tha team«hip Fulton, S2rt Bhlul, "riwd at thia **• Fulun'a malla. K™*01"*!, her d°0k ■* 7 O'clock thia wt?' 8onth to early next" 06 w ^MU on Sunday UrnfMi Cottaa market. The aale of cotton in Liverpool on Tuesday, 19ÜJ, amooDted to 8000 balea, of which speonlators and exporter took 1000. flaaekeiter Trade. Frazer A Son ' Manchester circular reporta that yam had declined XdKfrom the highest point. Arrival of the steamship Magnolia The 0.8. M. 8. 8. Magnolia, Capt. 878. Crowell, from New Orleans, arrived yesterday (8anday.) FaasnaxBs—Sonthwick, lady Ss child, Joe W. Sonthwick, C E Potter & lady. H Jones, and A J Folly. LATER FROM EUROPE. 23 AY MOKNING, NOV. 9. s= : *-17 & " Hg ■--- pjy* Tie steamer dne this this morning ban not reached be wharf and we are compel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 November 1858

ff, oíd *nd ho*ry, ita UrisU t Uwtóy, from on high; iiVii-n damttrj} trtismfnis, <cr Fayette County In the OSce Corner of Stand and 2Sd Stmt, GAL VBSTOH. 1 i>/R B CTOBJ:_ lubt BlU, Jo lie Kacitma Fi B. B. Nichols, JQBS Dill; Jus. M. Jons, Gis. Ball, Jon " I JOB, B. BALL, President, DBAS, Vies President, to take Marine, Inland at the asnal rates ol pie- .and claims for losses will be promptly adjusted. Ian U —i MOFIAT'S LIFE PILLS AID PHIESIX HB. BHST FAMILY MEDICINE BOW BE- ORB the public, for the ave of SO*OF- DLCER8, 8CUBVT, or EKUPnOSB crftlw FBVBK aad AGUE, DYSPEPSIA, DBOÍWT, in bet most all diseases soon yield to their curative Tthasbeen computed that during thelasttwenty-flre years upwards of lor Millions of persons to« been ' wnefltted by «ha osa of these medidnos; a Ihetwhieh speaks volumes in fcror of their curative properties—a sinoatrial will place them beyond the reach of compe- tition in the estimate oí every patient. By their use the Blood is restored to a kéalti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 November 1858

aSEZíV «"•DBonneeMr. Joan T. ^^v^o,0^ tónaía't*toT Meataufr o Ome^-Dr. Griseom, in «orne re- tf atcit| inferior to that of other Urge and *urope. Ha waa lad to 0«Jhf (Hblh iHt that la M10 the average ^moru.lityj, WTwk was 1 in 4649, while ialSM •1 lUt Tbe< mortality of London ia iall England ¡a lia22 city in the k of 1857 showing bat one death on . Jtíé "number of deaths TS*« " r of New York of the fearful wars crowded ha- tha i in ever/1 inBoatonJ mortality <a\ biUtlcna,,- ^ ap*ita «ni iák. .itt' v. Renters, i upon r«tora nunb- _ r0f tbeSWs of health on the part Í jeopfttlon of the poor population, and iMr physical inability to bestir themselves to re- medy theee avila, and tk drinking of bad rnm. &T The deatba from yellow fever at H. Orleans continue to range from 20 ta 25 per day ; bu: the weather i «old, and the Ptcayime gaya that the great current of winter travel haa, fos a week been set- ting in, adding to the population at least a thousand per day, and business, in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 November 1858

,Mr News, a external ap- yst bad an Itdoubtleee Intern tine information as soon as we have Oblxash.—The total throughout the That of the previ- a decline, therefore, 5T Ttw coipany of ^tuaoth ««ion on Red ie LeiMi have published the table of month, (bowing an aggregate of which fonr were ships, two '-one sohoonera, and one a of property loet was tiyx THESE TnOCBAND, nvi HT7H- :o!uslva of damage to vessels not ftiotel lees and of partial lomea of itere shlefiy -American, although to or from portj or known to be insnred in Of the kind, from January 1st, to to $ T,881,891 15,421,600 the San Antonio L-Jger of ted Editor, Mnets Mc- n from that paper. We re- of the most saroilile and best am glad, old fogies, see either the neeoeeaity or meeting. The Horthar n Standard with iti good sense and inde| Every week or two, we see , ournal, it the propriety of a called seas ion of the Legislature. Of cvaru, aa the IntelUgenoer says, the oitizena of Anatin are dU in favor of it. Sat, we imagina, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 November 1858

t. iAwtaH, «Hwd Mtb, SbtaTriK: ^j- .itoS^srutss £*& * a Jafcr K Vorjf. 8 c W^SnSkn^lík^'® v "•WTork Jtattet. advai ed~j& r8p0rt,,dnI1> sugar «otíwMd momit tol,M0 baiau^ " unol,,a* d- The salee L^nlíTIle itlarket. •ruma pork Arrival Arrival of Magnolia TUESDAY MO: , W Cbase, lady & two Children, Alrich A tajy Ju?' Chi^Ch*rb™r,8«S^,' Mr. ^O, DKIm^C Moon, C¡Jt. Naeh. rmm The steamer due reached bar wharf and pnas without her aide, whose news will EVSOPE. By StwuBSfcip Asia. ,ol da **0 Saturday, the i day^**" tlMkn th0Be b? tbe IreriMal *1!***^ Market. n.t o-^Thestles of cotton for the lUnitei £?«> tales, of which apeco- 600 «nd 5J*° on Tai N. i a ate ereniov paper. ' market continues easy. ' 90 days, to four months' i made at 6 9 et., and beyond I for matnritiea running np to twelve balee were sold far axpor- _ r__ ^ U'ilf'graá« of cotwn h e considerably declined f«r lard to good, though not quota- dJT Mleeltneior tta week to from >¿ to \i. *• J I ibt c * • pork T ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 November 1858

in, ,ould be, bren*'. Wm. I no em Ver, boy ■n bared pjss wed I loving bficr that tbe IrSr. hcarl wis • -> hIII jwwtli. Eg Wave— Of every bie&th, or* 7'vp. v'^ve. lerroll'a Wif. -The names of houses are far When folk read "Baee Cot- 1 on the way, they seldom think of tfca lota of tare inside. txk Hxwamds.—It'a a , who, when in tbia r email indeed, to think ' •rth; after they've have Vm -twm ttiev may ik of the suit of bronze o(marble that king* and -us will afterwards give 'enitg|jj||j^^b^ ith.—Death i« a alow paymaster; but^he till do you no Goo ."— How often is the barren satisfaction of hangry ,'ftcn doss famlahiog innocence, witchingt1 ed feeder* of the world—the gorbellied varlei . months greasy with the goods of oheab orth—find comfort in the belief that it will da them no good I Lean virtue shakes the head ami cries, "It will do yon no good," and rapine stiU ST FAMILY MEDICINE SOW BE- I the pablie, for the care of 8CROF- _w - JKia, SCURVY, or EBDPnONS of the 8MB, FEVER ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1858

I J* *¿í, rté-^tí X, NOV. 16, 1838 carra % -m ■«*«r.v np3te& lí f? ;! : artrafiíS ssíí ijfainB BSk&n& a ,M«< „ Srtka"W, ss «ti & Nfi M 'ower & child, Taylor, s,J8 Adams, J Terry, Levi Abies, i the *th sohr C. H. Mohler, Alies, r, from Penaaeola, with 99/100 foet lamber to B. 8. Parsons. On tbelüh, sehr. WOliem, Pa«e, master, from fiMuolt with 110,000 feet rough and drsesed lum- ber, lathá, etc., to B. 8. Piraons. - HfTbs Indiano] Courier ia informed that over a thousand balee of cotton an lying at Lavaca. Waiting for shipmeat. The Lavaca Herald saya— a large quantity of ootton ¡4 arriving dally from the upper country, and the amount already received ia Mdi «ful to the reoeipta last year. The Oourisr says that tbe yellow fever no loafer i at lndlanola. Item of 8atur- day aaya the river ia still op, and slowly rising. The - «tty Powell passed up on Tneaday, and another stssam was beard a few miles below Cold Spring , bj traveler , on Wednesday, also going np. ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1858

X MT, non the ad- pab- ci tizeos 2d No Yellow Fever total 297 The deaths from other diaeeaes during the aune A child, Miee WUaoo, M Clay, _ 7ilaon, Mrs Cook A 8 children, , Wellhanson St child, W J West, W L Miller, Hone, Dr. Smith, Coney, Gano. The sohr Velsaoo arrived ; Peo sacóla, with 85,000 feet of Fine lumbar, signed to N. Lidatone A Co. The Sloop Elizabeth arrived yeaterd ay from Orange, with 160,000 shingles, consigned to N lid- stone A Co. newer* Colic.... Inflammation of Brain.... Cramps Croupe. Typhoid fever,. Inflammation of bowels. •. Delirium tremens. Old Age Consumption «Er™?-™.: Diarrhoea. # 4 1 5 « 1 8 2 1 5 8 4 5 Total . iua or *ax Dxoxasxd. From 1 to 10 years. while ami •hat thriving Among the Gregorio Sa- HeoUenbargur, Sair, Clussms* and others. ile citizen of New ifore the 9. tí. Court, ounting to $48 for oon- sent by mail. The : on a papeT, one ¿y Tickbts.—The f^U aa of New York, the dealers in lottery yirlee. The Philadelphia the arrest of a large nnm- at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1858

1 trj J¡ Gdn< Dw"Bow- Fashion, Smitb, Mobile, with tbe foí- i, TT A Pond, A i, ¡T A Malone, ! Johnson, J New, U 1¿ liíh, H J Grimes, Mrs. ,W1 Lswía, W T Jemmen*7x T , <fc wife, B chll >•044 negro ■. steamship Vanderbilt, i Wednesday, 3d inafc, rnoon. 8he briaga four i Europe than va had by tba r * s business doing in 001- ■ *"*1 had declined J^d. i dayi amonnted to 18,000 balee, i exportara took 4,000 and speculators only at e 15-18d.: Mid Middling Orleana was quoted ^ dling Mobile, #J£d. TIm mirl t alnaad Ww. The market eloaad heavy. —Mterter The report from Manoheater la that gooda and had both declined. %, and were quoted at Oonaole had declined } QtAMV 1 had beta received of farther British is Indie. •« Mr. ferqrtt from Mexico. j rot. 15—The u. 8. sloop-of-wsr Plv- ontb, Com*r Dablgren, arrived laat night from Cms having on board Mr. Forsyth, lata XT. 8. rtar to Msxteo, family and suite. BY THE vanderbhit. Siw Tone. Nov. IS.—The Vanderbilt reached ck at 8 o'clock this a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1858

IoméV mm vhOLnin er expedient, and wfllóe spared lo ■a tan iní.ence whatever will be introduced; to say that onr ibiect ta to prepare youths fot nsible and árdanos duties of life. run ta* Sustos or Tes Morras. in the momentary Department 925 00 in the Academic Department (rom«30 to «40 HO «Ira. Honaias, as heretofore, will conduct the 'epartment. on In Mule, per session of Are months..«27 00 Ho d«taction for absence, exeept In eaaaa of ■ed sickness. JjBtf EBUPriONS of the R and 4GUB, DYSPEPSIA, DBOPSY, aad in (act moat all diseases soon yield to thelrcurative •mea. •• - uabeen computed that during tke last twenty-five i apwarda of ior Millions of ptoma have been fitted by the ose of theie medicines; a bet which i vniutaesia ísvor of their curative properties—a ijj them beyond the reach of of every pattest By " the Blood is restored to a héuíttq itilc, and freed from all iatpariuaa. The ay stem is not reduced daring their •peratloa, but invigorated, and they require no (e- atralnst I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 November 1858

. yfortte «*Weakly wtUbe ií lllail «MUI Bti* 91 k the eKy u< eeuntry papers, i distance may woks remittas« VOL. XXI. GALVESTON, TIJE8I) r, HOY. 2 , 1858. I ckr. Oaotain Bi&kem&a, [ bom. Houston, with 505 bales of •ngeis: r &1 children, Tiernan A 2 sons, Jas W m " Ta/tor.JW Wright, 1 M * Ba&g^, l> a ¿urroughs,E Perry, Cane, W,C r, J Beeaer, Franklin, Haley , Chas Wunphy, Haga man,J i Powell, B B Lug John L _ T 5¡W*«Í >e of wh i a An -AlMbal lye that within the last few there hare been severa! fights, in killed with a knife. pts of cotton at Bichmond balea. Keoeipta slnoe 1st Sept. The aaakave erotd the Braxoe on the tempo- ty bridp. - \ i Meto washed ia quoted at New jrk at 80# 7 «ante A. ; nixed 20@26 cents $ end. e ti . JCmm ímuo Mnmtxs, had another full house -1 night. The audio , which by the way was of ■ moat respectable a) orderly character, seemed ;hly pleased with thirening'e entertainment.— -night them is an eve change of performance, particulars of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 November 1858

"" --'V - -- , BUm, C D Bnabatr, W , A J Dumb, ▲ 8 Llpecombe, Novell, ladj and ▲ Underwood, * My, wtth4S* SSiSUlkf j B i WUlUnwon, V M •bin, B C Campbell, "Cotton Oveisbet, BwWPWl . pod, Bollina. i Puts Gbot* or ¡ of the Hew York to' | aa) at , dark, i rt.m rEclipse, ( ay (Sunday) mor i of cotton and the foH . B W Huid, B Em per, T Bmnj> baylor, Haya, 1 i.-jbe 'Mammoth Pine Grove,' ia , Menard, Bhep-1 of tbe MeW8d. We found them ley, hot up the mountain aleo, five miles, hard)y knowio? vhtt Betty Powell, Montgomery, I fog our directions and expecting tag from Liberty, arith at every turn. We aaw man * 1 feet in diameter, and, tboug . should have gazed in woude V T, Mann. Hoffman. Bnff. Gatee, Teagarden, ideas as. and that was atar, arrived thia mora it I MS balea of ootton, and the following Thai rSan Antonio,Oapt.1 ,Mnrpby,Wil¡ia. we ash south fork np the val- along for for, foliow- aomething ten and fifteen y other time we tt, we bad get oar ;h. Bat aa we were the midat enormou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 November 1858

steamship . , Jrf*-Li*erpool th ■*., has arrived tt tbi port.— d y later news than we previously TÍ Africa reached bar dock at * o'clock thia o mice. Her mails will go Sonth in the « P.K. as Thursday nest. fiom Ewepe. Africa, Ga| > Kyle, , exhibíUd no new were ateady and the demand Toil, Nor. 99.—Latiera datad Liverpool, Wedneeday, Nov. 10, átate tbat the cotton mark- et aa ateady, and tbaaalea tbat day amonnted to Mies Middling Or lean S IS ltd. ootion market waa ateady. MiddMnc Orleana waa quoted at 615 1M.; Mid- ~ l : Middling Dp)and S£d. ' ley Market unchanged■ • African Slave Trait eb Emperor haa written a letter to jleon, to the effect tbat recruiting labor i the African coaet ia the commencement of bade, and ha will not have it on any Manchester trade waa rather quiet and gen- 4 kf the City of Baltimore. Ureryeei cettea Market. r You, Nov 38.—Private lattora from Iaver- i tbat tbe eotton market waa firm, and tbat t fa* three do* emofated to 88,000 balee, i and esperten too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 November 1858

n mm M EIS i of HI*, u one pun plucking it or knowing its If-"—' «litan all agiw that gluttony conducts aarcag«a & - tfaoan- ra nmHln til* other day of the i «f liia frieoiato vlsltíog him. Ona old ■'1 him twice a y*ar, and ta Louisville broke open a box belonging three silver dollars, and sting haw arraigned for tta theft, the pUa of iasaalty waa urgad, the eonn •al dsolartng that B9 «ana man would ever take ona three silrar dollara. Having" i of insanity wi npsanemaqw aad leave two dollars behind. Whereupon the onf- *a who waa fobbed, axclaiaaed with greet empha- sis: >Msan I tall yen that Digger aioH oraay ; be bioka lay box open and took de dollar out. How, If ha had hrafca the box open and pat a dollar in, dsn I'd say he's erasy." His argument was eon- ataiva, and the thief waa seat Bp. a —w should never be sshsmed to own he baa besa In the wrong, which is bat saying in other worda that he la wiser to-day than he waa yeeter- d y- ' i""—" Food.—Dr. Boinet, a French physic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 December 1858

11 1 Ü^/kA - f.«K (•«••••>>•••••••*••'**9 3 I®js at the option o í thepabl ortks " Week!y" will be ltbaiml dUeoant moda on tk« city ud country paper (dMuMMyaak* lamlttane GALVESTON EsDAY MORNIN NO. 36. VOL. XXI. Arrival of Steamship Chs. Morgan. * MM Soli pee, Capt. P. J. 03-The S Biaksman The steamahip Chaa. Monan, Capt. John Y. LtvleM, arrived at 2J< o'olod: to-day, (Tues day) kaving been detained outaSe tbe bar aince arrived tbia morning, from Houston with 885 eotton and the following passengers : C Ford, Miss Gould, Mrs Gould, Mrs ■, lady <fc child, L W Grooe & lady, ■ B Hogan, J Dorn, J B Moore, Gen. Sherman, FBoranton, J W Morris, B F Jeny, Bar. * Byers, Judge J B Jones, Judge W MñkBn, Capt. « MissHeagan, Misa A lady, J Grace, lady A son, M Dnrat, Mías Jones, L Preston Makeley ft lady, Bond"4 lady, J Green, H Seh'mit, Alexander, J M Dnke, Hogan, H P Little, A B Antny, Jno Dillard, B W Bylander, X WFaylor, Wm C Hill, K Bartly, Court CF Thompson The Book and Job ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 December 1858

Capt. C. Blak*- l with 601 i Ann* K*nffman, Mis , i * Ud7. lites Qonld, Mia* , Cri* , Mra KeMahan & son, Levy, Mr , J O8mwf,VTrimble, JiPaje, J . M I. P*rry, Liteb*r, H Klnnon, J W Kin- i the fa&omiat HWinl furnish the grounds on lAieh a dm baa been refined to tbe bark Aim him . • Mobile, fixmcaiagm: Wajhiksto*, Sunday, Nov. SI. It appe*n that Messrs. J. Hew ACo* *f Í application lo thí CoOeclÉfr rf tksfc pot clearance of the bark Alice ftimer, with | •nit numuurenforGreytown. The canon aATUSDAT, DEC. 4, IMS- The Ü. 8. H. steamship Fashion, I arrived this morning from Mobile, with 1 wife, A child, Mias Pope, wife,&* children tmTum Ware, *tj| tO*. (BAT, e. ism* . Albert Ball, President, Secretary, have made their company for the year he receipts of the From Premiums on Marine U River O %>>'"•* Beak with, Lookland, Biehard Cooke, F Cardigan, J W Bntler, LTeagoe, H Mnller, P A BP" Among the passengers who arrived yester- day from Berwick waa Bobert Bom, Bsqr., who baa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 December 1858

rkj — Orizaba. Ofkaba, Capt. ftmnklin, from "* (Thursday) morning >CJ, > J Collier, ^2S§®B5Sí gí 5S Mi J L Briggg, «OH EOLOfE. of the Steamer ®ov- *#.—Tb« Canard team«hiD _ • which left Liverpool on 8at- f IniL, haa arrived at Halifax, on her way 1 Arage at Raw Terk. jNot 29—-TheateamahipArago whioh upton on Wedneeday, 17th ¡nut., and Ur pews therefore than ve had by the '' * Portland from Liverpool, haa ar- __s,^r^ook*' 8 o^look tU« afternoon. > will^oBonthln^tbe e p. m. train, snd on Baodty morning next. = Arrival of the Steamship Atlantic. The U. 8. Mail stMunahip AtkmMe, Ha. Wllaon Commander, from Hew Orleans via Berwick 3aj, arrived yesterday (Sunday) evening. 1B Boo* A ehild, Misa K Gil- bert, Mra 8 Adama, Mr* Hawkins, A Kaiser, T J ar^w'y? *D ,"Í,lebnríer' *■•««•. W *■ «CWalker, F JI Martin, T WOlHphant,Deadriek, 2 ®°Zn. , ® * Kafn, G Boyer, E B Adieu, Mr Fanl, B Mills, B J Yprry, A Lodenthall, H Herch- j rS> *™ ®r«fg « 8 ohildren, Thompson, Har- «5K5? w A_%wMnsC ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 December 1858

m tú etch other la *£SZ2s£ forth— And each oould tell his Ule of youth, Would think it* soenae of lore avince Mom peaeion, more unearthly truth, Than any talo before or slnoe. 7m, U£j boa Id tell of tender leys, At midnight penned in clutio shade*, Of daya more bright than modern daya— And maids more fair than modern maids. Of whispers in a willing ear, Of kinase on a bloshing cheek, Eaah kiss, each whisper, far too dear, Oar modern lips to give or speak; Of passion too untimely crossed, Or passions alighted or betrayed— Of kindred spirits early lost. . And buds th^t blossom but to fade. Of beaming eyes and trasses gay, Xlaetio form and noble brow. And forms that have all passed away. And left them what we see them now. And is it thus—in human love, Bo very light and frail a thing ? And mustyouth's brightest visions move Forever on Time's restless wing t Must all the eyes that atill are bright. And all the lips that talk of bliss, And all the forma so fair to sight, Hereafter only c...

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