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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 December 1858

n u Al van yforthe Weekly" will be i Ilk*ral ilMout Mk r ■ forbotk ths olty and eooatrypaper" en at a distance aay uk* remittane üifiiílaa. fDBHDAY, WOT. 90, 1858. BT Tto oTi. Mail Steamship F*shion, Captain J. P. Smlfc, left for Mobile this morning, with the U. 8. Mali and the Co) loving passengers: Miaa 8 SFebler, W 8 Howard A lady, Mn 8wing * ohild, S A Daniel A lady, J See, Wijliam Gee, A VOL. XXI. Bung BM) , B Edward*, G Williams, W E Harper, , Mn Campbell, Miaa E Buchanan, Mr* B Jones k 8 ebildren, Van Orden A ohild, M Duke, H , J Kii Bfa Si?r5#3S •« The Bdoh or *£k Hantib Fnanus, Dr. Hnrlbnt, contains some facts which are worthy of consideration. Oat of s8t yellow ft ver patients ad- mitted into that institution, die whole number of deaths was 88, or a little mere than one in tan. Had the number of easea is'private practice, dar- ing theepidemlo borne the same proportion to the deaths, the entire number <"f oases would have amounted to nearly half tfee population of the ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 December 1858

L A Thompson, Hart,1 a® I Bojall «ill visit Hew Orleans, , on bonne connected ■ ■« ■ r. Nettleton, the agent of Buck- Clrous, is now in this city, at the Eel- From the opinions expressed by ootem ials, pleasure seeking "Young Amer a rich treat when it arrives. We criterion by which to judge of the show," than to hear that they pay a* they go—a feature always doten frequently left out of the ptr- —i ie'nt that sort of a man. ■1 • • >l*l g Views win be exhibited ( tie first time In America. Thlaexhl- , and those who invest four 1 will not only rooeive the worth > abo patronize worthy men who ► in this noval enterprise. i.—Wo aw indebted to r a copy of "The Sociable; at, one Home Amusements—Contain- l ; Dramatic Charades ; Acting -Boom Pantomimes; Musical arlor Games _ . _ i'lfc Sport and r Magic ; and a Choice Collection of Carious Mechanical Piu*le«,_Ac., <fec. ill i nearly three hundred Engravings and I-the whole being a Fnnd of Never-End- nent. By the anther of "TheMagi- 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 December 1858

— Arrival of the Steamship Atlantic. Tbe 0. K M. 9. 8. M^Ua,Cag.J.8. Crowell, torn New Of luí, arrived this (Tnesday] Bon bam, Jones, 1 A J M McCarty,' ardson, A G Dai' Leman, J Kay, " Kenneday, WÍ er, Bo—dick, Kfoinecke, Dexeisy — ~ Arinpon, 8ch , KaJM.Camp, , Passr* J ifcCamptell, Thorn p- o, Cock bora A bro., Brevard, J Howell, Boa, Johnson, McKinoon, and 41 on inelala —■main IMeConvention Dee. 4.—the Democratic State Con- ibled in fetersbnrg on the Sd instant, LtUher has been nominated for The Union clear right principle should List, of to- Middling only moderate business is do- is firme the range for Mew Orleana nao- @S8c., and says the snpply is the List gaya, has declined )$ k80th ultimo. New Orleans ia , snpply large ket, the List reports, is rather freight ge firm. 4.—Only a moderate business ia buyer prices are in favor of the amount to 800 bales. The marke doing m oo The sales [Charles Morgan, from New (Friday) night. Í Hooper A son, Mr. A. Shaw, L Miss MeClack, A Besatic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 December 1858

' *, tivtt.i-ü atti'TKfh Die. taye „ Jt, • acalptand Bin i shall net, I or foe, i-táJ#-- B the apirtt, Aw and warm • it, as It Met, jar® the lifeless form tfrdnatt r fal% MDld comes [died ■ gallop wild ■ to see, I free ►may close nba oompose, rU -'fc 1 WitL ,abovef two 1 i die, be regarded '•zaa; and it tr they may be atnpna paper: sons " model Piaa, where nry for farm- i were at t what a mule Tbe oat to graze and Hsji^ee their _ [says he ' Mat repaired for 3 than J the adran- ■ to plant ilyiii teams "rpot BQt- ___ BB- anixtlly, it el. A l could • the same leamel ¡powerful beof Flor- 1 that they , arid they are of one, half, or work (?<yQ imal. If the in an ihoald atter and They 'iflelina^enaihie-men to look 1 take effectual means for their are need on the farm for aa beaata of balden. The load ol from «00 to 1,400 fia;, according ta animal. Sooh heajry loada caa only be borne distance*. Wayoaatates that one of the oa^eU in Texaa/tarried five handles of hay, weigluaa twelve or ft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1858

STQN, WEDNI DECEMBER 15, 1858. that of the United States bad that all Amertcu) citizens hare take into the Territories, what- r j* under the law of any of to hold each property there under of the Federal constitution, so torial condition shaft remain, ell established position, and the of"the last session were alone wanting effect. The principle has been in some form or other, by' an almost ¡ Of both Houses of Coogrew, that a. right to come into the Union a slave Sute, according to the of its people. The just equality thus been vindicated, and a dangerous dissension among them i has been the beneficial tendency of seeding* outside of Kansas, no where been sohappy itself. Left to njaaage and i in its own way, without the influence, the rerolutlonary and aU resistance to the ter- established by Congreea hare ned. As a natural consequence ofu I lias ' taught, that our form of ritory i to its I icannot: appears to be tranquil and make it their hhppy .The past unfortunate iforced the less...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 December 1858

ft - ..JQ,\- ■ v. I ..-¡¡j*?®" taWm - -■'. rBp. ■ ¡H ' J . Í iiilHr- IE -W*. 4 R , * • "': ■: " h'- '! m '.a pro- has in lime ; their duties m „«s it Tfll prove equally of theix citizen ca the a* far citisssB of the ¿ ¿M of the narrow isthmus of which transit routes pas#, to all commercial nations, that a large proportion of be European and to pase. To die are of ' Atlantic and Pacific ' extend throughout -c loathe] IWa The latter eea of lati- AHi Rica.it distribution on the Isthmus, free of house or other charges by the ~ These treaty stipulations with New"Granada and Meaco, ta addition to the conskserations to the Nicaragua route, seem to require for the purpose of carrying them into effect. The injuries which hate been on oar citizens in Costa Rica and Nicaragua during the last two years, hvre received the prompt attention of this government. Some of thes# injuries were of the atost aggravated character. Hk transaction at Virgin Bay is April 1866, when a company of unarmed Americ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 December 1858

. «lee for the Ir* a CO. H«TM WW at Ml. ~"?ses ra&ss^uss (Mar* paid, batatthe o pttoa ofthepabl takers. meatsexelusively for tie « Weekly will be I asahovs; anda liberal discount made oa ■emeats forboth the elty aadeoantry paper . Siagle subscribers at a dUtoaee u7aiki remlttane atoar risk. by smUI. vol. xxi. galveston, tuesday morning, dec. 81, 1858. no. 38. TUE8DAT, DIO. 14, 1858. v> announce Mr. GKORGK -didate for Tth Judicial Dls- ss.ys^?u^.h,°r¿,!>e-didiu for Mat, at election in August next. ty~ We are aithorlied to annoanee Mr. BBHTOH BA*DOLPH aa a candidate for District Attorney of the 71h Judicial District, at ths aaxt Jugust election. - HT The steamer Eclipee, Capt. p. J. Menard, armad this morning from Houston, with 460 bales oottoo and the following; passengers : Q W Keodali, wife and dsusrhter,Mias ] MrsStev yane. A W Allen and lady, core, Misa Bone, George, lady . , looper and lady, Roberts and lady^liaMMuid lady, Cecil . Burns, Potts, , Good wine. Kendall, Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 December 1858

SATURDAY, DEO. 18 18*8 , sundry articles and Um following ''Mrs Stnnaet, Mr . H. C. Altai mod I children, - M'tm! . Chimbara, Geo. Bkasa, Col. Carrlngton, C. Koeignoy, Jtjutgooury, Kilgour, Dougherty *nd 8aliiv n. V The steamer Diana, Cmpt. Sterrett, arrived this morning from Houston, with ITS bata ofoot- too. and the íollovloc iiMjiniin: L Froeb, M Jackson. 8be«ey, Z B Dickinson, D Bradburry. W Sharp, B Waataro, Connor. Bogm, J L Scott, W 8 Bogar , M Khali, Bar. J Millar, Dr. Zr-ok hare, B M Wateeb.D A Watsch, WL Maxay, Col Washington, MeColoogb, Hogaa, B B Jarmon, L 8 Baaroe. C Biy, J Bigg., W Du vers, J Malner, * Deterech, C H DeSereoh, H Q Little, Q K Kevlll, B Clark, W A Torbert, Cha Lockhart, Dr Lsatcb, J T Walker, W Banter, 6 W McMahan, McDenaott, Mareons, Mta B Stevens, Mta MoMahan. Hocsto*.—The reoeipta of ootton at Howton for the week ending Thursday wen 3,266 bata ; since 1st Sept. 49.214 bata. KT There isa Tagne report lb at a small vessel has been seen adrift bottom op,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 December 1858

±5 COMMERCIAL. Jtattst Jtttmignttt C (ft Itorj MORNING Steamship Arrival >s*ia«kui: „ jMMb.nr «fcrtr i^2S£&5!8KffiSSfe tM __ Vnfl.U- two &nCrik¡T¿ 4 isougirae, * aiion, ah a^,MHl8r, Wtaf.Cmr*, walkina, ▼««too^EIg-' SohambergeD, Caldwell, Hill, BmUrakhwtn' Trainer, Mocialne, Berth, H«tmaa, D flSoSw Bekle* IWe, ¿Tris, Go^W£r£w*>^25£ Bensay, Darte, Solomon, BapbaeU, D Hardeman Bobertson, Ban, 80 on deok, 100 Hegroes, 15 mute O QOTM0. OSrThe steamship Fashion, CapC Smith, from Mo- bile, arrived this morning, bringing the following Mr. Varies, Hambleloo, lady and 2 servants, Mr. Brchaosm Arnold Wife and 3 child'n, 3 Him Spring- gold a, Collins, Dr. Prince, Lady and two children Springfield, Wife and 2 children, Tonnell and Wife! Toohnaofl. Wife and 3 children. Sanders and Wife, and 8 children,D. Tomlinaon Wife and 5 children, ^SfXySl-'^children,Belland Wife, BeU, Wife and child, Hiss Sanders. Messrs. Seidhofl.Shei mood, Klaneman, Billings, SpringfiaU^T . Tnmhnina TI 11" (T ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 December 1858

«r- — - ¿^56^' NffiaEttS. Whteh ihrtlis tbe earth with ande, Or hug* the stars in alght. Voids. XS¡: Sid In earth's mio« of sil wr, floMlnc on eloutei' Blng in An tarn's MormtTred by every dore ; One tboogbt filia God* creation— Hie own great name of lore t In God's world aUaogtb ie lovely, And ao ia beenty strong. And light—Sod' glorious ihadow— To both great gilts belong; And they all nrit into aweetnaaa, And 111 tbe earth with aong. Above God' world beoda Heaven, With daj'e kite pare and bright, Or folda her adll more fondly In ibe tender abade of nigtt; And abe On ta back Heaven1* aweetnaaa, In fragrant love and light. God'a world baa one great echo, Whetber calm bine mista are coiled; Or lingering dew drop oniver, Or red «torint are nnfarled ; Tbe name deep love la throbbing Trough the graat heart of Qjd's world. Man'e world la blaok and blighted, Steeped tbroagh with eelf and sin : And should hia feeble pnrpoae Some feeble good begin,. Tbe work ie marred and tainted By Leprosy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 December 1858

f'&'M . STÜABT, DUBNETT & CX).. FB10S OF iraHBffflOI. LT PBB AN5T7M $ 9 00 sbcux 38 *§88 11TD or ABVXRTISIHO. r*r ita*l«iqur« onellaea, or leas, «1Mfor the to t Mat* additional for «ekntwquittuntl • who advertise by the quarter or year. 4d vertlsenents noupeetled uV> time, will be pabtbfced • ss^:si^5rc?S5¿¿2&$ arresrageeare paid, batattheoptlon ofthepuWiiheri. AdrertlMiaaBUazcla/l<'alj fortha « Weekly" will be charged aaabove; anda liberal discount luda oa advertisements forboth the eity and country papar , •lula subscribersat a dlatanoamay make ranlttane at oar risk, by «tall. i Hifiiliatt. TUESDAY, DEO. SI, 1858. 1TP Wo are authorised to announce Mr. G BO RGB G0LDTHWA1TB, Esq., of Hoaatou, aa a candidate for the ottce of Distrwt Attorney of the 7th Judicial Dis- trict, at election In August next. trr- We are authorised to announce Mr. BOKTOK RABDOLPH aa a candidato fot District Attorney of the 7Ch Judicial District, at the next August election. HT The ateamer Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 December 1858

/ FRIDAY, DEC. 34, 18M. Mr. BHHTOH Auorney ef the •lectio " The ■ Warner Swan, «niwd Soortoa this mormlof, with "*® oalee cotton and the totloviac pweMns: In. H. Deaderiok, H. Prwell, MaxayBewaofw from Harrlaburg. J. Osonaan, J. S. Solivan.D. 8. Howard, V.Palton- on deck. U~Ths «i ww Trlfrn "•*—J here this moi Img with 4il balee cotton. Diana arrived ban yesterday The i with «8 balee eotton. gr Arrived, on the iid, eoMr Col. Lester, De- tor g, m«Ur, from Pscaaeola, with 116,846 feet of pine lumber to B. 8. Paraom. 0T Is Governor Fee* ¡tea been la Galveston during the last few day*. He In We usual Í health and cheerful spirits. Cfe The almanacs and tradition agree in fixing Chriiunaa aboat this time, hat the enviona clouds, and a"drissle drocate" rain of conaiderably mere than a week have dona their beet to oonceal the fact. Even chanticleer baa withheld his enatomaiy jnbilant announcement to the fact. " 'Tii laid that ««r 'gainat that season coi This bird of dawning ing«th aU night ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 December 1858

oí the Steamship Orizaba. ■twaaUp Orizaba, Captain Place, from to-day, (Thursday) with the Haw yHopkiiB,.8p«e«, Ha^n, , H Vand'e- W CrowMUie Cw?k«J * Wy, three MUees Croxler, Mr. U ¡?° * ÍL®*0 C Atoaukkr, F H Combs, Quigby J l«Jy, Houston A «on, Sherman A lady, Lowry B brother, Cherry A brother, 15 on deck, and GO Aegross. Ariel at Halifax fW I u , Halifax, Dee. 20.—The eteamahip Ariel, which Wt Southampton on the 1st. lnat. for New York, in® vrirtd ftt tUi pott, short of coal. On the 8 th Um. Z aZu Struck by a heavy ■M, by which Capt. Lndlow waa killed and four other were ■ertooaly Injured. T"« Atlantic cable Still Aliwe. K*w Ton, Deo.—The Superintendent of the Trinity Bay station of the Atlantic Telegraph, baa telegraphed to the director* of this city, that he ®n" «n electric cnrrent passing through the Atlan- kLSi to-day, and haa been enabled to get intel- ligible signals from Valentía atation, aa alio one or tafo distinctly recogniaed words. Central American Co leniza ton. x, De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 December 1858

DIRECTORS: f Aunt Bui, . O. K. r " iKinrua, I 6iou at tho anal rates ol pre- will be promptly adjusted. Isa M ■ paid. BRITISH OOHHBBOIAL UK 1H8VBAHCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, $6fiOOJOOO. LAST DIVIDESD DECLARED, 84 PER CEBT. B. B. JOHNSON, Agent. Office Infront ofthe MorisnHsll. Dr". FRANCISBa'cOH,| M*d!el1 "s«tasis. jui, FOVMHITi PHILADELPHIA. tM BBlUlIf all Hi varieties, furnished at the shortest notice. KBTTAM'S PATENT REVOLVING IHOB SHÜTTEKS Cifimirai S^cmniT 1 Joiran o> ui. ma rpHE undersigned are prepared to furnlahattheshort- 1 est notice, Iron Frente, el amy «eeljps, with er without Mettam's Patent RtroMaf Iran Shut- ete—a new and superior article. SMm, of all klada and sues. OLUMNS, SHUTTERS BOXES ABO LINTS LS, Ornamental Window Hoads and 3111a, owáatauaaiearuuamiuacotranf Brackets for Cornices, ENRICHED MOULDINGS AND ORNAMENTS, ussv. mu. w. uuumsi, ass Trinity Ckareh, under Rev. RenJ. ■a a permanent resldeat of Celeeets skool for Boys, at tke residence of . kick rao is a commod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 January 1859

y— STÜABT, dusnett ACO. m< ■■ t • • 8 < : roo «PUT lj?^gnl* tSSSncSS. B. ^ ,.,B o ADT**TI«IHQ , . Art ofl 11 ". «l"hllMtoiUmn *her*lá,íMSí«£¡ 1>I u* quitar ornear to those who a^""™"^^ M to time,«Qlba puMtahed i «amanto «■*"*£,, atthe option o fthepablUhers. arrsara^art . fo r the " Weekly'' will ba Adrarga 8"'^*'' ds liberal dlseouat made o *«&££"rWth. .ni ■JESS™ « duunee m,T .To.r rlak. bT a.all- uriwnw. TUESDAY, DEC. 88, 1858. rira an aalborUad to amenace Mr. SBO] JSXvni Ruioí Honston, ai a candidate* tt, oflM of !**««. aS#¡?1¿í ** IUl J°dlCl*1 rteleetton ta August next. MHl ' .. _ éj± ana K , uiUwtrtaad to announce Mr. B \.g^pTJ!^S5S«ta Or District Attorney af Athene August election. ■ma «team ship Diana Capt. Sterrett amrBd U (Toeaday) morning from Houston, with the folltf- lD&£Tl5ri«re, i 8 Vandepaff, í> 8 Sherman^ a q.rrinn Geo Sovlu^t Frod Campbdl, Ffd How¿$S¿ Howard, H Ben Thallory^ Rumell.W G Wither* H Eoaa,E WtkUMn j 7 aí«nn lfn J Smith, A 8 Buthven an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 January 1859

ZlM. aent of the population, re- jtber mtMes of the Eepob- nMdbyth. New Orleans no ial latelydiMB op by M. Ler- ican statesman of much diftioe- Jexicsu States I twenty-two, ia there are the Districts of Mexico íes. population is 7,859.564. The ex is set down at 140,817 square verage density of the population is, t 56 to the square league. The oen- arn Paeifio States are most populous; ier of the United States the popnla- The following tabla gives the ag- en—aa3'tbe number the rns hat our on, >ro- are- e to the onr i be s of tax ber i to bas the ol- Leagues. Sonora 18,940 Chihuahnn. .11,615 New Leon... 8,821 Tamaulipas.. 4,819 ar- jre od >11, he a a. in n n. 3t per . 3 States bordering on the United ng on the western end of the oom- *ry: Square Popula- Average Hon. per League- 147,183 11 147,600 18 141,816 48 * 108,514 26 flWSHlTi JABTUT S. MM- The Bant Qu«atl*D la Texas. Out neighbor of the News, although himself mew hat like " the last man is t*e world to make a severe remark...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 January 1859

By the P. 8. M. Steamship Orizaba. Orizaba, arrivwl this (Tirara- H. O.ih Ber ThaU.B. aw) wiek1 Bay IMM Mn,W A Taylor, Wltooo, Jdo Dillon, —- - w - Ay°°^ Lady, * A *« LATES F10M EOWPE' Arrival of the ± of Steamship Cha. Morgan. M 7 Gay- , Mrs nwiri'* ut«ui««« 11th tart., bu arriasd rt Jhf«fcpwt three days laUr news than nMtJ™ ™™ •hlpKwoo. KuKet T"2^nTttonMiketsahibiteda decline orv\¡@xTl¿ qualities during the WThe ule. for the wsA amounted to48,000 balee, m Mi'ddíiníorSns wu <l"ot®d at 6^d"' Fair "°" bile, 7d. ; Fair Uplands, Td. flaacheiur Iraáe. The state of the Manotoeter bade was satisfac- tory. , Capt. J. T Lawlssa, aniaed thla ( Saturday} morntaf from Raw Orias na _ Pa«* ana-W P Wffiltfn A lady, His Ford A S children,Devon]ge, W Green A lady, W lor tad family, Zomald, HQler, Mangan, Cameron A i children, Dr McDoooald A lady. A lady, Button Mn Kerr, Mia Wynne and naeh, Mathews, Arthur Mo- .Borne, A J Neil, 8 Hell, W Wbeeld, Bartbolemen, Field, Mr •nrlatt, Miller, MeCbeetny, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 January 1859

New kefeM. EKV. GEO aa asay be required. Parenta and Oa ascaaras tn «H eá Baña to mIotw (Mt wtfc" Sd E«th tu dwy tM 5 b«d, Aad^ _ sasisssisys And agen stand «««jArfw SÍS , ítíiMÍÍStaTK Lltartr T. D. HCDG1H8, Principal in REV. D. M. 8TOV. The pair. may lift not there . rung, and said And -«"if, no sigh not M*g can make them dead, Whoa God did gtw h wardrobe for their wear I That Jnne has abed npon the rose* eraat, A syllable of heaven—to «orne fu day, And think to set that crystal shrine anew. In (tarry splendor npon beaity's breast. And those who went at moraine, like the bird Tbst meets the dawn a moment ontof Heaven— For whom a window opened, and we beard The songs of seraphs and of souls forgives We ean not weep for them who ever kee| No aectaiian inSuSDcewhatever will be introdaeed; raflee.lt tossy that oar obleet Is to prepare yoaths for the responsible and azdnoos duties of life. Tnaas At Session or Tea Moms. Tuition In Uie Elementary Department *25 00 Taiuon ia the Academic D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 January 1859

oo. mm a. •V — - - ill TOXBDAT, J AH wm The steamer Diana, Caytaln J.fi.siimtt, arrived last night from Houstos, with SI balea of WB.Baird, VOL. XXI. • C-WBIW Co). Ward of Taxss made a speech is the United 8totas Seaate, dining tbe recent discussion of this •■^set, to the come of which he said ' T*~from the table of eoat and distances, aa all (and I believe there are eight n)the Southern route from Faltos ▼la 21 Paso, ia the fhorttat and moat r,Qano, Parka Ft Campbell. The ateamahip Fashion arrived Uat night from Mobile, with the follow! > Marthars, W Ssnaders, jr., Mrs L Banadera, J Bonham * hid,, W Bainey, wife A two ehildnn, Hies Kelson, Mc- & 6 children Kbbeimer, C HI _ Paul, lady * S children, Dennis, Bnab.Mra Han- sen, Mrs Ashley * % ohild'n, Ward & lady, Carnea Ashley, Kelly, Binghard, MÍrtier,-ll n¿£oeí?' $ < IW The bark Nueces chared at Boston, Deo. 3#d, for Galveston. HT The cotton reoeivei at Richmond last week amounted to only 856 Hah , Beceipts since 1st o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 January 1859

, J AH. 7, 1860. Mr. GEO KGB uaeaadidate for TU Judicial Dto- nee Mr. BBHTOS - District Attorney of Ik* at tto next election. JOHH G. JÜ£ir,£%2&ÍZZS¡¿i-, - J wd others writing to tb« Civ- ilian relative to changes o f direction of pipers dis- continuance, <fco., will confer a fav«r by statin* the oounty and town, wbaoee they writa, aa wall aa the oonnty and town the papera an to be chan¡ UP ll>e steamer bland City, Capt. John arrived this morning from Houston, with 191 •ouonjjnd^ta-- " orowu, There the Spaniard found an organized Slate, aa ancient polity, an opulent capital, an exalted dynasty, a formidable priesthood, and a people well skilled m SKchanical and decorative arts. So great, in fact, 'was tie proficiency of the workmen, so elaborate the system of government, and so impressive the whole evidence m weakhaod grandeur, that for asses tee the civilisation of Mexico was regarded aa to that of Europe. Although, indeed the r of modern inquiries have enabled ns to 've ...

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