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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 January 1859

~ Orizaba. Race, from ) at DOOD, Cfo 9tti' palest ^uteiii^mrt. of the Steamship Arrival of the rTh« Berwick*. Bay, with Kew Orleans data to Corbett, Simmiooa. B B Morrison, Fontaine, J ton, Mr Banadera, Theall, B Gulbrith, J Miller & brother I logelam, Heddan, Bull, P Batee, Thompson, JRandc <t wife, Dr Plerson <fc wife, A wife,Mr Davktacn, and* LATER FKOM Aniral Halifax, Jan. 2.—The eteamsl hioh left Li*erpóol on Satnrdaj, lit ■!'• arriTed at tMa port thia morning. Tna America brlnga three dsyi *•* °ews ">• we had by the ateamship Faltón. LlTerpeel Cettea 1 The Liverpool cotton market i I sotivt and had advanced %d. during the week. The aales for the week amotrnt I to 51 ¿00 balea, of which apecnlatora took 7000 a I exporten 8000 Or Piaros, Bradahaw, I, Mr Scottj . Poetlewaite wife, Halsey America. The ateamabip Magnolia, Jobs H. Crowell, Commander, from New Orleans, arrived here yes- terday (Sunday) morning. PiMDtiu-Tenlz & lady, £ Levria & lady, Mrs Bice, Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 January 1859

V l -a T an,', 1 . f fii ^ ^ ifwwijrfKf-® Tfcty sbow«d ««fleam Ou. i.■■..■ a — i.■■■■ ■ ! f.- movvontwq wwii ww iearo«a jfoiu hmd) And honor, more than um And mo Itafeun ud went tvij : Weseid not, Qo; «« Mid not, Buy. And (till lsaves'brougb? me thought, Wbn kuy kUbdle* forth my tja And woods «itb desp abade fraught, d y I eaielewly found out t work these elvee had been about. I little rogues, tbe year , I fooled ma maoy a day ; •d half tbelocks above my ears, Aad Urged tba real all «rey. Tbey left me wrloklee, (rest mod email I— I fear tbat they have tricked as all. Wall, give tba Hula years their way: Think, apeak, and write, tba while ; Lift op the bare trout to tbe day, And make their wrioKlea smile; Tbey mould the noblert living head, Ibey canse the beet tomb for tbe dead. Tb« Falai-TreenA Parafknue at ike BY «obi a. WH1TTIEB. la It the palm, tbe cocoa-palm, On tbe Indian sea by tbe lele of balm i Or it ia a ablp In the breeieleae calm I A ablp whose keel ie of palm beneath, Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 January 1859

ACO. STUART, • so to oo s oo WUUT PU A5KUM. • DAILY DO DO iYyUe «WMI er year. ti UlUriT iattaaedeaUlall iiii ptid! Mtattfceoptioa o fUipibiliken. I.r.- the " Weekly" wttl b. gkupd ft* tboT*; lál liberal iHccoant ***** O" «dvOTtisem.aUforboththe eitj ud country papar . «uU .abeerlber. at ■ dlsteaee m j sake remittees «I oer risk, by Mil. S6$ Sifailimt. TUESDAY, JAS. 4, 1858. 0T Postmasters and other* writing to the Civ- ilian relativa to cbanm of direction of papen dis- continuance, Aa., vfll oonfsr a (aver by stating the eounty aad town, whence they writs, aa well aa the county tad town the papen ara to be changad to. / fafThe steamer Diana, Capt. J. H. 8 terra tt, ar rived thia morning from Honaton, with 8T8 bales of cotton and the following pasocngers : Bev. Charlea Bodky, A J Davie, O W Gibbon, H Baker, J Evans, Tomblinson, Capt Daman, Galbren * son, Snllivan, Martin, Hart, Herreford, Perkins, Waloott, Kennedy, Kipp, Auntry, Malone, wife A daughter, H Smith, Capt. Davia A lady, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 January 1859

ÍBIDAY, JAN 14, 1880. TT? We am authorised to aanounoe 1 GOluTHW aIIK, Esq* of Hauten, as a thaoOeeor DUtriel Atteraey of the Ttt triet. it election la Aunt ant. i nr. enisB ■■«date for i judicial Dis- trict, at elaetloa la Aagaat aart. ¡nr Wa ara authorised to aaawy Mr. BMTOI RANDOLPH aa a caadulitefcr District Attorney of ft 7ft Judicial Dior let, at the «i* Augustelection. Ttj v. an authorised to aasovace Mb. JOHN G. WALKER. ol Harria eouaty aa a candidato tor District Attorney, election lit Monda; In August aoxt- gr Tbe steamer Island City, Captain John Nafle, arrived this morning from Houston, with Ml bata of ootton, «ad tbe following paaeengsri «*SSÁ£S?bÍ5ÍS5:¿ JteíTjífcSS'.líf&áWSÍ'S eon, B A Bell, Lancaster, Ausnuger, Gate* Shaw, Ernest, Beck, H Flieehman, C Qantry, H Clark, Young, Calvert, 1e Bautaux, C Mimgar, T W House, liaj Jackson. Q A Jones, HW Brown, Ad. Menard, & lady, Wanna, St lady, J *Wy, Mita Brenard, Miaa Houae, O Wood * tody, 3 Miaa Briaooe's, Farren A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 January 1859

Arrival of the Steamship Mexico, COMMERCIAL. M AKINfi. Arrival of the Steamship Matagorda By the U. S. M. Steamship Orizaba. Tht steamship Orizaba, Cap . Place, from Ber- wick, arrived this (Wednesday) morning with the following: _ t nAífT^;rIí?",eh'w H J K *cGmre, T B McDowell, Blackrosn, J 8 Boy A avt. T C *r? ÍT1*-B J franklin, W L Coleman, K In- gham,H Hnmphreye, Metcalf, W H Canningbam *m. Gardiner, W C Buckley, E CDaría,Locke, Jofdsn, Vaster, Maeaingale, O Wooden an, Farnm * brother, J H Bird, Woodman, W HePfcwon, ^ I}"H Bonner> Mr French, Geo How- ajd. Boykin.Knci, J Goodwin, C A Gillespie, Mr Croaby, Mr Boee, Donn & sister & 8 svts. G Lover, C H Verenier, Evans, Borden, Bixter, Mra David- son & child, Mra Woodaon, Miaa J alia A Crowly, Mm M N Binee, Mr Baooo A wife, J Bpakee, wife <fc fcmily. 7 on deck, 17 negroes. ®"The steamship Mexico, Capt. W. H. Talbot, from Hew Orleans, arrived lastCFriday) evening Pisraanu—Dr. B D Lydne A lady, Stockdale A lady,Harve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 January 1859

A B«w Fwa kyiUM Kaneliuwdi. We five below a new poem by Proftesoc Lowell. It waa written for a fab wonitly held at Cambridge, Km, with i view to reieinc money for e aeed on the old square lower of U tsh In that city; this wffl account for (1m t eolemn tone of the for yean driven Ur markets oi the old Statee hundreds of thou ande of dollars worth of beef cattle and it has ever been looked upon as one of the principle «nuces of wealth. Anything therefore that looks to an isprovement to the breeding of cattle—or hnprav- od of managing the same conduces to the interests of the political economy of the S5T" ■very Godminatar! ia it ianoy'i play! I know not, bat the word Sin?* in ly^rt, dot i^eay Yet tngnm* ta^ymlnd H elttts of half msenbarad thing in my brain. long drawn can ta.tee Oar With MOFFAT'S! LUBHLUA FHOll THHB B18T FAMILY MBD1C1NB ?©*■■ ■ FORK the public,tot the eare «>RO^ [mTa, DLCEE8, SCURVY, er EBUPrlONS ofB Skill, FBVBR aad A GTE, DYSPEPSIA, DRUB where a the civilized worl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 January 1859

7 & CO. A1í5Jm * • s 00 g® 10 oo COIMI1CUL BO .. 3 OO um o* ADTiETiauie. 'at a alaglesqOMe o flOltaes, or issa, ti Mfor the Ir Md SO cents additional for eachsabssqasatlaMrtlon liberaldedoetíon aada on yearly advsrtUeinssu,£nd 1 the qoarter or year. totlme.wUlbe pablii •rdiagly; bat noadver- . i will be dUeoatlaned oatil all 5 tat attheoptloa o fthepabHahen. ■ndulTelyfortke "Weekly" *111 be ehaiged asabove; anda liberal discount made on adverttseaealsforboth the elty and country papen. Single subscribers at a distance may make reatttane at ear risk, by mall. ÍMÍím. TUESDAY, J AH. 18, 1858. JEy?*-" ****** to ADOLP^B *"ARD, Bsq., Of Galveston, 11 a candidate for the oMe? ««Wet attorney of the Tth Judicial DUtriet, at election In Aogast next. authorised to announce Mr. GEORGE UOLÜTHWA1TB, Esq., of Hoaston, ai a candidate tot ueoflMor DUtriet Attonet of the 7th Judicial Dia* Met,at election in AagmstnixT a oU °rtx«i to am on ace Mr. BBBTOH ^*D^L.P!t < <"d U fcr Dht rlct Attorn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 January 1859

FRIDAY, JAN. n, I860 =JC£^£J*ÍHtS"UeÉ.,2 announce Mr. GEOBOB sz^t^iizuiKSi'ii'zssr.z MM, at election in August ny w# an walkbb, oj M>. JOHN G. late for District August next. and tbe J E-iie,C A Darling, J 8 Sellers, Ta *ersly, Baker, Marwitt, Mam, Í Hemphill, W D W< Wi' Eclipoe, Capt. Menard, arrived Houaton, with 413 balm cotton, L D Collins, M Jackson, J ípton, Mr imp bill, W O Wyrne, J Fox, SM Hampton, Mr akeman, B F Fly,Berry, WiUiams, J Doran, J an, A H Deadnck.Gray, Giddings, Bile?, Salee, Colt, E W Taylor, T Harrell A lady! G W Fly & lady, J P Bmith, Mise l sohr. Mary Ella, arrived yesterday from , with 63,000 feet dresaed lumber, 86,000 fcet rough lumber, «0,000 laths and a large lot of doors and aaah. consigned to N. Lids tone * Co. Tks A«(UHttm mt OIM Yeeterday we bad a telegraphic paragraph to the bet that "the report that the Democratic mem- bers of the Senate, in ecacaa aaMtnbled, had deter- to support Senator Udell's pro position to 8tate Convention aa to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 January 1859

i By tie U. S. M. Steamship Orizaba. Carter, £ T Adama, 1 M Giltnire, nton, G Pearoey, E J Hump, Ritchie, awlea, Walexsnder, Locsdale, B C ) Orizaba, Capt. Place,arrived thia f) morniDg from New Or leant. _H White. W B Ligpn, J B Jaek- Dr Hill, W G Neville, B T Bobertaoo, D O G Prebnry, 0 H Biee, Gewjer, H , C C Bina. B B Wilkina, E C Dnbnta, F , A J Carter, E T Ad — " " — ■, T J Linton " ~ ,3 D BawJa ataoo, Dowjlaa, W B Motee, Alleton, B Clark, recant, 8U e, C Barclay, Avery, B Weston, W Smith, Winland, E Fayel, J Wateon, Mrs M C Sayne, B Boeer A wife, Jaldonlcb, Norria, Baynar, *G H Colton & wift, M AlUtron, Stone, A B Low- ery, Baby A wifc.E F Pliant, Dr Bobbe, Waller, Barrett, Mace, Nanoe, W C Broadwell, 3 E Broush- ton,—« on deck—90neyroee. Hew ferkGMten market. Nxw Yoai, Jan. 17.—The cotton market exhib- ited do new featnrea to-day. The demand fair and the quotations were steady. The sales amounted to 1000 bales. Sterling exchange was firm. N*w To**, Jan. 17.—Cotton has ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 January 1859

♦ tab fall of cold water, with WWn a naar(o*>'on the west front of the Capi- tol at Wehinj«on, Um viÁtor will «member, Own ■tanda, b4-*" atood for years, a dilapidated mon- ument, which waa erected to commemorate the fal- lan*^ of the American Naval henea—Somera, Caldwell, Decatnr, Wadawerth, Doraey and Israel— who fell at Tripoli. Thia monument was motilated by British officers dartof the inwuioo of the Me- tropolis, in August, 1814. In the late report of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, that official iwniiMwji that monument be repaired and rsmoved to soma other spot, sa the magnificent pro- portions of the Capitol building overshadow it. Go first, and hariów up the graves Of an jonr honored dead, And wipe oat from the nations map The plains where heroes bled. Pull down old Independence Hall,— Mount Vernon's shades profane 1 Yotktown* glorious scenes forget Ami bloody Lundy's Lane. Blot from the page of history The wrongB of martyred sires, And quenoh on every glowing heart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 February 1859

<& GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1859. NO. 44. VOL. XXI. WEDNESDAY, JAN 26, 1858 saist According to the statement of the N. T. Com- mercial and Shipping List, tor tba year ending Deo. 81, the following «ere the importa of foreign sugars, In tons of 8,840 fts At New York Is* The steamer Eolipee, Capt. Menard, arrived this morning from Houston, with 488 bales cotton, and the following passengers : TUESDAY, JAN. 85, 1K8. Capt Norria, Capt H^C Bacon,_J C Jindd, W B Budd, W J Sort. Vr 188,184 ■29,478 B8,7 i| 20m |4 113,614 and others writing to the CUv- to changes of direction of papers dis- <fcc., will confer a fsver by stating the •wn, whence they, w" town the papen are Tamke, Jeffries, Waters, F H iniff, Watson, Boder, Orr, Mr Mooro, J B Shaw, Beliniff, Philadelphia Baltimore.... New Orleans.. Other Forts... town, whence they writ , m well eS the «to be changad to be ataamerAace, CaptR. MeGuire, arrived morning from Liberty, with the following • Johnaton, Mrs V Kiam &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 February 1859

toiff u *8, 1860. "■3ÉS — lDWrtet,atthanext Mr. GBOftGK ¿SiTi'SSSZS- Mr. BBNTON «1. JOHW0. a candidate t)r District ta Aogust ano. for tta offlc* of a election, nflw la bit reply to Mr. I' •d himself u folio vi apon the poiaU in hie politi cal history upon which haba* bees attacked: I should lika to know what eacrfioo of the in nata of my country I have avwr eansed. Was U for aaerifieing my country that I waa immolated f or that I was pretermitted is a batter expieadon, for 1 oonsider it no aaorifiea without some loes of life; and I am not hurt. [Laughter.] The cry waa abolition, and the three tbonsand preacher ," be- _auiw t advocated their right of petition to the Senate of the United Sutes. These were the charges made againat me: opposition to the Nebraska bill) Toting against the repeal of the Minonri compro mise, lam satisfied that this was done, not al- ia- Attention la United to theeallfbr a meeting of the Galveston Chamber of Comment, to beheld OB Tuesday evening next, the 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 February 1859

Ib City"of' Wufa Liverpool, Jan. 8.—The sales of the week ven 84,000 Ml*, of which speculator took 1000 and MOO bala. The Cotton market alosad with a da- dining tendency. Cotton haa declined 1-11 to K daring the week. The deoUne is chiefly onüplanju. Holders were offering freely, bat show no disposi- tion to press sales. Orleans Cotton market closed steady. The sales of Friday were 7000 balea. Tbe market eloaed atesdy at ths following quotations: Fair Orleans 7Jf, fair Mobile fair Uplands 7, mlddlinf Orleans«15-18, middling Mobile 8 18 18, middling Uplands •£. Of the 7000 balss sold on Friday speculators and exporters took 1000. Tbe htoek ol cotton at Liverpool is 889,000 bales, of which 858,400 are American. Havre Cotton market. Haím, Jan. 8.—The sales for ths week foot op 8600 bales. There hsa been little variation in prices daring ths wssk. Orleans tres ordinaire closed at 108f. The French funds are reported to have fallen still lower. Barre Cotton market. The Havre cotton market...

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

_ i hi Haytl, and ti r, the Emperor, by en army of four l bjoneJeSarda. • PI* world with revelation t rift— A throne's a brittle thing— Or *MU a ajgtfw king. The head thát wean tba grown of pow'r, On |Mt oheekor-board,^ Than If Uvero a gourd. Tvu nqr wwog in Jtf to ralne A four-ca so very weighty, To eruah tba only oolor'd King, That erer reigned In Hsyti; And indignation meeting* should, ted will bo bold, I trow, Aad Ulee of "nigger" wrongs ho wrote, By Harriot '. > to me yon tro t that ragged little brat nonpoliteneas than «mu to •yourshopkooper, who bodjoat np three eenVtSrtkorifnr Tery neatly,in a brown paper, and tied it fory earefUly. The bor in question had piensa tori a remarked physiognomy. Prom under hia rimless hat prooeed- ed a wide, fall brow, deep sparkling oyee, and fcar- full of bold resolution. Bla Cue and banda scrupulously olean, but hi clotbee were poor and patched, though not aa the man had inainnat- ad, ragged. His mother waa a womac poeeeeainr much force of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 February 1859

Lrv - -- STUART, ¡k CO. nía o* i WriBKLV PXE - , DAILY DO BO Z." ' ,2 COMMBKCIAL DO TV 101 utu or P. r a llBf lasqaar. tfllL tad oeaUadditloniH USeraldedeetloa Uenenl.r sabaeiip&a ¿nilk*22^í.5iíw2i irmn|iitm P«ld,bat*ttt 0pUoaoru«i>Bblttóer . A<tL!SS°ii1tL!fSl**>Tj',f*r U* " Will be "s'.v,°5r."v,"¿i lit JÍJ Lian aníi fertk WEEKX.'r. VOL. XXI. GALVESTON. TUESDAY MORNING. FEB. 8, 1859. NO. 45. >b_ iiiiilUtt. TDK8DAT7 gB. 1, 18S8. nwuiriin tf tciten. Holllngsbeast, Tetley & Co.' annual circular, in rapid to the Liverpool cotton mtriut, for 1858, , Tbe consumption during the last six months has WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1858. ...&~ *,o*tma««rs tod afeen, writing to tb* Cít- ilian relative to cbangeaff dlractlonof popen dl*- oontinuanoe, te., will c«nfer a faver by stating tbe been greatly in excess of any former i is still increasing; and an ample supply ooamy and town, w county and town tbe write, as wait as tbe are to be changed to. ' period, and it ply, with large i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 February 1859

r|> ■ f ij Hi üiftiíUtt. ÍBIDAT, TXR. 4, 1869. | ittolhlt. ITT w« aiesnt ¿wised to UUUM lb. GB0R6B GOLDTHWArHL of Honstoa, u a candidate tor UmoAmoí SMBtet Attorney of Uu TUi Judicial DU- trlei, at alMtton la August next. 17-Wtinufhorlxed to aaaooaeo Mr. BENTON RANDOLPH aa a candidate* District Attorney of the TU Jadldal District, at tka next AafUt election. TD Wo an authorized to aaoounceMa. JOHN& WALKER, ol Harria county as a candidate *>r District — — '• " "— — In Anient next i collxctob. i candidate for tie office of City r.sr ensuing election, on the i anthoriiod by the Mends of ALLEN nu.i, to announce him aaa candidate tor Asses- I Collector at the approaching municipal elect loe. vos hatob. ITT We aro authorized to announce JUDGE L. A. THUMPSOS ai a f n did ate for Mayor. THOMAS M. JOSEPH U a candidate tor re-election l*lke office of Mayor of Galveston. x city xamhal. JTP We are authorized to announce JOHN N. REED aa a candidate tor re-election to the office of City...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 February 1859

k I £{jt Citólian & é Arrival of Steamship Chs. Morgan. I3P~ The steamship Chat. Morgan, 3. Y. Law- less master, arrived yesterday (Monday) evening from New Orleans. FAssxaans—Miss Oarrington, Chambers A lady, T L Mills A lady, 8 Davis dclsdy, 3 A Larieon & lady, Wm Eohols A lady, Oapt Bteins A lady, W Clark «fe lady, J Knight & lady, W Dnnean A lady, Dr Good all A lady, Capt J C Scott A family, Mrs £ Haggerty, Mrs Soffiay & child, Mrs J foster, Mrs BntterBeld A child, H Holder roan A lady, Miss Hol- derman, Mise Earkley, Mi Davis, M Btith A lady, Messrs. Taylor, Barns, Smithers, C Taft, J Carpen- ter, T 3 May field, J Martin A son, B B Chiles, W H Wyat, Javat.L Wihlemir, Carrington, J Wood, J A Morris, J King A brother, D Laurence, J Beach, A B Thacket, w S Hinkle, J BBolston, W Mitoheil, Trice, Banger, Mooelev, Watroos, Kyi under, Whit, Smith, Bradbory, Farler, Boon, Behnrndscks, E S Lipsey, E S Bngely, Hampeton—27 on deck, ST ne- groes, and 10 negro ehildren. Live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 February 1859

Aiiit, to flv , ite bearing pocket piekad uihi 1 making tbe diacovary, abe laid, find tba w«j Into mj pocket, it A dyfag Mpj«aa«r, ta ftwlfn e«w **T. « Mid, "Give rae bat * pillow of ¿now, to leymf head v\~X ^¡00, and I (ball die bapjr matter bill little bere we stray'd— KU Laplend'ehllla of enow- Or whether our feet filet preeeed tbe toil Wbeie fio wen perennial grow. Tie a holy wbh to die t boma When Um dream of Ufe ie paet, Aa* IkeetornMoeeed bark of tbe mariner On tbe unknown ahora ia east. Tba ann may throw hie daaxUng raya Ob nata re's faireataoene, Aad oiotbe tbe foresTa w«Ting|treea In robes of Hrtog green— The little bird mora sweetly aiaf— The waten brighter flow— Bot oh I the asilo still woold die ▲mid his billa of acow— Tie asd to sss the vacant atara la a kioNnan'a glaaey eye— Tonratab bia heart throbs feebler grow And hear hia dying aigh. Bat ladder tar, to tba feeling breast, By the stranger's conch to stand— And list to the quivering prayer ha breathe To die In Us na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 February 1859

STUART, DUBNETT & 00. «IIUT PBK ANHUM « 8 OO DAILY DO BO lO OO OOXMIKOIAL OO * OO tLATat *1 UTUTIIlKg. P«r a imgU q<Ui oMllMt, or 1*«, «1 Mfor tk* tn aadM emuaddtttoaal for *aehsub*«iaauMasertiou Ub*r*ldsd actio* uM on yMrljadvutiMgiaBU^ad to ft«M who advsime by the qumr or JMr. Adv*rti**m**t* aou^slSsd as to Um*,willb* published OBonoatb,and chaired ueordliA; bat aoadver- I•amantar «nbaert|tbn will bo diMonttnaeduntilall Idfbat attho opttoa o fth epnbliahan. ontaexelWtoly for tbo " Weekly" will bo ekaiged aaabpv* ;.udi liberal dtaoumt mado on adTartUoat«oUfor|oh tbo eity and country papar*. •Ingla (nbaerlber* at adlstaaoo «ay mako remlttano at onr risk, by nal. 'Üt ÜÜiftlftftE. TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 1858. 0" Postmasters and •the writing to tbe Civ- ilian rotativo to changas of direction of popera dis- continúanos, &o., will «pnfer m faver by stating the eonnty and town, wbana tbey write, as well as the oowity and town tbe papers are to be changad to. far- Tbo steamer Dima, Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 February 1859

\t Üi&iliaa. VBIDAT, FEB. 11, 18 . §£1 as a Mr* GEORGE ^umíwaSSSÍSa'*Ttk J,dielalI>u; ~ tunan Mr. BENTON i tor District Attorney of the of City >'.«.w «Uci Ml. JOE s°i H*"J «2 "^ aa a een dldate tor >iseUon lit Monday la Angus* next. •***■*■"< a*d ooli.BOTOB. ®v HILL la candidate for the o flee 90nim* «leetlo^ontte >^*a an authorized by Ike Mends of ALLS *> to announce him aaa eagbdate for Aaaea- at A. approaching mfniclpal election. MS MATOS. uthorixed to annooaee JUDGB L. A. t candidate for Mayor. THOBAs M. JOSEPHlea (candidato tor re-election tatlw oft* of Mayor •* Galveston. 1 to announce JOHN N. BKBD re-election to the office of City p* la a candidate tor re-election to j to announce Mr. BDWARD T. ate'for Alderman In the 1st Ward, ite March next. 1 to announce JAMBS MA6BBAH rkarbor Maater, at the approaching _ Jwlllbea candidate tor the office of t the esaulbB election, on the lit Mon- We aretfathoriied toannounea BLMENSON LKWI8 a candidate tor Harbor Maat...

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