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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 February 1859

Civilian & (Sajette. By the U. S. M. Steamship Orizaba. _" Tb# steunshlp Orizaba, Capt. H. Place, ar- rived thla (Thttreday) morning. FilUaUM-lf, J 6 Armstrong, A Bragg, J W E"" !* . I> B Banks, W C Brown, D F Wheat, g«ky, Tnílk, H Well , Crowell, Clardy, Blanks, Barbw. Ccoh^ne & father, Beard, Bum é^^JlCnaehem.DeVanlty.BCocke.W Gordenj tv? Vhite, ilah, Boper, Mrs Larkin, Mr J I Dow * fcmily, M M Lang <fc lady, J W Hodgea 4 Sewman & family—15 on dock and 8 He OKB WXEK LATEE FKOM EÜBOFB. L/X X). Asia. r Arrival of I ~ The sleumili. irles Morgan, from New Orleans, arrived here thi?(Batnrday) morning. Passnona :—J W Bnckley & lady, Miaa M C Gillespie, Mino Bloasman, Miss Coffee, Miss Hindly, Mrs Jacobs, B H Williams & lady, M Williams. K B Williams, Miss L Williams, Mrs Powell, Mrs Kemper, Mrs Braymose. A child, Mr Hutchinson, Thomson, Seward, McGovera, John Hodges, Bev. W C Blair, W W Blair, J C McDonald, Hidden J Dickson, Col I 6 Williams, C Bold, W 6 Gilles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 February 1859

It J make. The mow lib, tb« m* flato,— , ItlWl*hü«htly by; * T«t It plrtth np th« aTalancb#, Agdmttbtd cliff on high. All «¡leotly it eomatk, To na* baoMth oar feet; Tot toon It vnppoth Hato , Is an lay winding-ahoat 1 Tbe hour —the purine momonU,— How litooaek flato of now I Wbil« softly floitiof onward, Wo reek not aa tb*r go; Bot on by ono, they're flying, Up to tb« Pearly Gat ; To boild tbe sole mo monument, Of oar eureal fatal The hail ia bot • tiny thing, That droppeth from on high, Amid the sallen vapore Of a gloomy arctio sky; Tat, soon 'twill form a mountain, 'Neath the freeling mist and rain ; And float a mighty iceburg, Upon tbe stormy main i The hail stone—the rain drop— 8ina of each mortal hoar 1 We pase ye lightly by, like them, And measure sot your power : Bot oherisb'd till to habit «own, Oh fatal shall ye he, As tempest to the mariner, Who perishes at aea! Decsmbtr $1,1858. BIHD. • bt wk. fmsbtt. Let others praise the hna That mantles on thy fsoe, Thine ayee of heav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1859

■ ■üjS. f, DUSNETT á ÓQ. ' ' 0 - ••••0 1 00 •.•••..M.M.f io 00 1KI •••••••••••••«• ••«•• Un or ismni^a.. ®r *aa, «í MforUtln t iMfaiWumUmm i H la totlia ,wUlb«i ibeínap *- p M,betattheoptton. •lyfor the •« Weakly"! i ¡ i 4* libara) diseoaat made .. arboth a* etty and eountrypeper . Hibiliiui. 10* di8tbict al of Honston, u t Attorney o/ >ta Augm tní to the tuk lb. GBOBGB candidate Or i Judicial DI . _ announce Mr. BBHTOH ¡wJfcUg^SflSSjfiBaSaíft* ir™i*" "tborixed to udoum He. JOH* 6. rli^artk next/' """*on<*« > «uthortad by the Mends of altrh hnnojaeeUm ass «ndldate h,w ""*• spproaehli* muntelpelelaettoB. *oft katob. b^ÍSÜSSSÍSJbSSS.0* 1X71)08 l a- ^i^n^SS?5,for r~toett<> WB city XABOBil. athorteed lo annoanee JOHlf N. REBD fe reflection to the office ot City « «¡us0b*b 0 vxssxls. UBLBHEL It a candidate tor re-election to "£**1®*a*ak—1st wasd. ¿VaftfB¿.fc>.*"B0,,,,e6 Mr' BDWABD T. ■ " iS ítot Alderman In the lit "Ward, *® *wtfl next. > HABTXB. KfflS w# e ft at SSS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1859

Central Amerii FBI DAT 1869. 17 We are ant RANDOLPH aa a Mr. BBNTON trtet Attorney of tbe M Judicial IHHI tur, at the next aagast election. ' W« an author*led to announce Mm. JOHN 6. county aa i lat Monday la Ai loiiaoa s a candidate ft Iks offlr* of District Attorney aa a candidate fcr District A«tal loannounce J. W. HUTCHISON, 1 next. ; fgW Tie steamer Eclipse, Capt. Uaoard, arrived joeterday morning trom Houston, with 117 balea •Otton, aad the following passengers : > Kobart Milla,Wm. T. Austin, Vedder, Cochran, Torranoa, Greenwood, S Casey, F C Buckley, G P Hayer, B Dean, JaaGray, Prairie, Thoa. Cole, 8 A Smith, Tboa Bolt, Cbaa Rohde, M Salmon, Kink, Barker, L Froeh, Boevard, Connor, i B Watson, ▲ 3 Anetin, McCamy & lady, Mra Buckley & hOD, Mra Bailor, Annie Riokett, J B Williams A lady, 8 on daek. W The echr. T. P. Lei nerd arrived at New York, Bab. 8, from Galveston. V W Tbe following vessels warenp st New Tork 5th*: For '«alveston, Brig West, barqne Gen. and barqne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1859

í! From New Orleans by the Texas. ' the U. S. M. Steamship Orizaba. ^EV^nMsteiuiui^ arrived last ( Wedneeday ) night from New Orlaaoa. r***"*** —® T "Tj T 8 Idbboak, Mrs Taylor, i^tfasr&'scv'K^ iujyu. urniw i.iZi.Bii TClHaas, HO Bnooer * tody, Mrs Blewart, O O Ceibo. , ChMdtr, A Adair, K J SmiU, J V . 1. Josa, Bcbley L Speocar, A J Williams <k two ■•P1*™'® ContoewotUuiWTraman,9«Jobn- spd,,8 X Km, EB MeyTWMtebeed, Wade, Smiths* & chili, J W Gcodi, J B Drake, C A Boefctoy BW TO «eamabip Taww.-H. Witoon, arrived tble (8 tard.y ) meraia* from B. Orieana. Fauxvoiss—Misa Bon Misa Alton. Mtoa IWsoo, J 8 Douglas 4 tody, B^Moerty * My, H Hojrt 4k family, J A BetriaiW Latham ,0AM J A Sbackelford, T W Norm . W T Maaato, W Coop, Btonn, Jonss, J V Talbot, J Pbeall—SO on deck. ,C deck, 48 negrota. late1 FEOM eüeope. AltiTBl •( BUH0B8 OP WAB. Htt.lTiT, Fab. 14—The Canard eteamablp Amer- ica, Capt. Millar, arrived at tbia pon tbia evening. She toft Liverpool on Saturday, tbe 29th nit., a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 February 1859

r-ge. BT BUHAD. £1TB0W#^OBBHÍ avthob o " thk smn> c*-AH BMttllf WB |" IW-I Hi CHAPTEE i.—th* noottjmal Vibit. How Un with me when eTerysoand ap • - Ihearakaocklae met totie south entry! ^'-"""^K^a.e Hurricane Hall ¡a a S?^ "4. g^geSdto^SUT^SSS: M «u>d wddaat three aides by « ™ estate spiked with clumpa rf Mngeof at**g f*S3 called, from its horseshoe oMk •▼*jT"5 Ho«fa for™> ground gradually descends i 2Z,kJa 0"* barren soil to the edge of the _¡U ^nnta'fl stream known as the Devil's ton. fftea storms and floods were high, the load searing of the wind through the moontain gorge*, ific raging of the torrent over its rocky s, gave to this sarage locality its ill-omened names or Devil's Hoolj Devil's Bos, and Hurricane ff.n. Major Ira Warfield, the lonely proprietor of the Hall, was a veteran officer, who, in ditgait at what he supposed to be ill-requited services, bad retired from pubKc Hie to s end ike evening of his vig- orous age on this patrimonial estate. Hire he lived in ...

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

touiafi 8TUABT, DURNETT & CO. DA1LT 'DO •• 91 , . 10 oo tM * *>. n hYI"?!* i 'Til 'niT n ■ m* MMMlMMn i<ii*fdynnmiwn|i^i te (Mw whe adveran kf tha (Mn or year. U «mwnni ■«■! iMiKltWMttmUl* £'SBSSSSBm xolatlvslyfor the •« Weekly" will ba h;u4i Hbml dlaoomst niter mm* uttaaé wMuny rítir %h ülftili&a. TTXÍ8DAT, MB. 88, 1858. _ TT? We ere aniborttad to annoon gol ore GBOKGK raw AITS, of Hettee. at a candidate tor tbe office o' OUWtet Attoraej of the Tlh Judicial DU- triet. at election la Aejcaataaxt. I? W* en aatborUed to announce Mr. BBKTOH Bit IKJLFH ee e exert Mate for Dlatrlet Attorney of the 7ta JedteUI District. at tee seat >afMe)Nlbi. _JVf w. ar. aaltinrlxed loaanoaaee Ma. JOHwe. WALK BR, o: Harriaeoaety aaa candidatefolDlftrlet Attorney, eleeuae 1 Monday 'a Aatrmt'^Ji. We are aatborlasd leaeaooneeJ- W. HUTCHIS05, Baq, aa a candidate for the oS« of Mttriet Attorney. *<Mt MHW>1 alio ooixsoroa. . 23 N. B. HILL la oaxttdafa for Iba oUoe of City iaanir aad Coll...

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

Ttfc Judicial DU- h„ The following la an extract from by a merchant of Galveston of Montgomery " Mr. Valentine, a genleman the Galveston, Honaton and visited our town in the early (one np country > lb. BSSTOH rofthe i Ma. JOHRG. . HUTCHISON, •utor, Miller, D Carey, M k&SWileon, yr About half our issue to-day la dated wrong. Instead of Feb. 29, it should have been March 1st- Cueros.—The circus tent waa full to overflowing last nigbt, sad will be again to-night. Go early and assure a good seat. The perform an oee are un- usually excellent. To see thaanlmala alone ia worth iteprioa ohatged for admission. The performance linaight wQl hs «"grand" cm, sad the last botona •f tha company's performance in this city. oiinmi Ban Bail Cttra.—An association of gaetlemsn hsa been formed in Galveston, for the fss|iias of prosotiag the athletio sport above in- Mkmohk?.—A pre limar of Mnesaooics is much needed in Texas, and would receive the universal commendations of the press, if be could b...

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

By the U. & M. Steamship Orizaba. " Th« steamship Oritéba, Capt Henry piaoo, arrived this (Thursday) nomine, with New Or- leans papera of yesterday. LATEE FROM EUROPE. Arrival •!OetMuuhlp Africa; Hxw Yobe, Feb. 22—The steamship Africa, with dates of the 6th lust. from Liverpool, reached bar doek ban at • o'clock this norning. Tke UreifMl Oiieumn. Wright Jr. A Co.'a Circular atataa that tha Liv- erpool cotton market eloeed heavy, and that the undefined position of political affairs, the Introduc- tion oí heavy foreign loane into the London . of larga requirements by the British Government for the dafeneea of the coun- try, and the oontinned war-like preparaUona on tha at, are calculated aenai My to affect trade, and to Induce a oontinnance of the feeling of cautions reserve that baa already manifeeted ltaelf. American territory Jamea Hewitt & Co.'a circular aaya the advices from the United Btataa, by the lsststoamer, had the effect to atiilen the Liverpool cotton market. The ...

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

5Jrtrtríig«iunís Jírit $mmut ! power te ooniri bate to Ueir canter attwM to the premian. Chana i andrew Plaot,Bustle abdStabm * -ausor ***** WE BELL FOR CM SB! WABaTM* (Uknram Have all oar DARKER k. SIC HOLS, AtframjttaA Counsellors lit Uv.Oo Tail. Oflee on north dm « Ib the Coarta of the LAW. COLLSOTZOM, XXCHAjfSE, LAND AGENCY OFFICE. ■ PALBSTINB, TEXAS. COURTS Ut WHICH Wg PRACTICE. xsesasBsa Lot op*o*d all iti aweetaat Sotrera, For yon Mr hop , my brida, my qnean, My beart-m U Uaibotiort bowaaa; Lova, lika th, roae whe. lot it opea, Tilla all Iba. haart with 1 The flower soon dies, and 1 WiU make tba ¡oviBg baaat a I Wd«y i Bat etlU tba iaart yoo okoaa to aDf it Km HILMBOLO'8 SBICin PREPARATION OP PlBli of youth are o'er and " Faded Hopee. will hnl pi e.—Ditto* ny Mrs. Toodlea in the i'l buy watch boxes and with the nane of "Thompaon" on •peod their hua band's cash in a manner tan. To such, the fallowing old pam WiU apply: Mr thrifty spouse hef taate to pleaaa, With rival d&xn...

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

STÜABT, DUSNBTT & CO. •• t oe *í$8 nya ot MULT FBK lim daily do m com ksbclal do urn o ADTimTiiiMo. r«n liiflnqun tntUiH, or law, 1 tsfor thsln sad St Hill addltloaal tor «a* imbesqnenti user* literal dednettoa mad* o yearly adrirtlsemeata^od to thoss who linrtM by tho quarter or yss*. iimn{H are p*M, but a tthe option o rthepabl Adverttssaeeteexelailvelyforthe"Weekly" wiU charged sishore; anda liberal discount made «a adTerttaameaurorbotk tbe city aadooaatry paper* KuU sabseriber* at a dutaaee «ay make remittal at ear risk, by mall. Bi Htflitlm. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 185 . lot DISTBIOT ATTOXHZT. TTP We are authorised to announce Mr. GB0B6B GOLuTHWaITB, of Houtan, a* a candidate for the tin of Dtetrlet Attornej^f the Tth Judicial Die- Met, at election la August next. ¡n We are anthorUed to aanonnee Mr. BBHTOM RANDOLPH ae a candidate* District Attorney of the 7th Jndieial District, at the next August election. VTi* We are authorised to annonnee Ha. JOHN WalBBB, o) Barría eountv aa a ...

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

Stirtftaa. TK1DAT, MARCH 4, 1869. , Mr. GBOEGE ÍRtI, of HobMod, u a eandtdaU for jof District Attorney of Uu Ttk Judicial DU- ,tt«tocttonlB A««aatoact. I r>W(intitki)ib«d to iimum Mr. BSHTON J «AHUOLPH a* a candidate tor Dt«t rtet Attomay of Uta ' 7th JadMal District. a the next >ugu«t election. Tr/> Wa an wiMiInd to announce It. JOHN 6. WALK KB. 0> Harria eoBstr aa a candidato tor Diatriet Attorney, election lat Monda; in August next. We are aathorlsed toanaonnoo J. W. BCTCHJSOK, fag, aa a candidato tor ttto oMjo ot Mettle Attorney HP Tbo atoamer Eclipse, Capt. J. P. Menard, ar ft ved tfaia morning from Houston with 848 bala* cotton, and the following pageengera. Wm Green, G Garaon, P 8 Miller. Ben i Gannon, W H Hieka, H S Cockrell, L D Bradley. W T Maa- aay. T W Norman, V A Daniels and la¿r, G A Fen- ham, B Cam, B G MarahaJI, Hawlay. E W Wert trook, a W Kadfbrd, F M Wood, R Hooker, Jame- ■oo, Crawford, Nickeleon, Natrlor, Shannon, Jankin aoo, W A Gallathy, Bulling, J L...

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

_ Arrival of the Steamship Magnolia VTlMMMUssUp Magnolia, Capt. H. Deniaon, ■Rtrad ywtardsy (Sondar) momia* from Now Mm inl •< the K*w Tou, F«b. 24.—The .teamcbip Sntdt, rlrSd 1SWl 'D*t*' f0r B0^0'l""i . —„ latter than brought by the Afriea and Prince Albert, and are important. LlTtipeel Cettea Market. IairnrooL, Feb. IS.—The salee of cotton during {he week amount to 87,000 balee. Of tbia amount, the salee on a peon la lion reached to 9500 balea, and the aalee for exportation were MOO balea. All quailtiee of ootton bad .lightly advanced dn ring the week, owing to tbe imprqved aapect of po- litical affairs on tbe continent, and the favorable advices received from India and China. Middling Orleans and middling Mobile ootton . have advanced %• Middling Uplande have advanced 1.1*. Fair American cottons or all claseee have advan- ced 1-14. Tbe market cloeed active. The aalee on Friday, the 11th, were 10,000 bales, of which 8000 balee were taken by speculators and exporters. Tbe market...

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

1 HE II m * ■ ¡« ^jjfCÍDilku^ia^ttü. • fipu t tkeFtqle. >t o. s. rrcaxt. Hot tobeblert with wnmor To wield the sword and Or rtaa to oonquerert fame it FroeUbns the good or makee To have the power to hide the booth, And riM above the hate and strife, Of those to W«*lth And title born, Is the crown'd oonrage ofourHfo. or itrenfth, wear the glaive, SSICEL. rsuessa^ To ' a kiog— 3 strength of aoml, that dares to cpring And ahow the monarch in the man ? d the mightiest men of arma, _ aa the heads of realms they bide, as they may with forte ne'e obarms, They an like leaves «pon the tide. In dim of old sepulchres they lie, The feast of silence and decay, While the true world-heart beateth high, And thio&es itself apon to-day. Give me the mail whoea banda have tosssd The oorn-seed to the mellow «oil, Whose feet the forest depths have aioawd, Whose brow is nobly crown'd with toil. As we have had occasion to nmark pea-nuta are becoming a considerable article of commerce, and large quan...

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

BTUABX, DUBNETT & CO. I 3 OO i?ss wiuly fh a*hd*.. daily do do -- oomhbkoul do I tti ih|i«i . h V UtktNvtoilnittHbrltatu ! .VUB.mi at. - "■< jscssí **^ batatth.opttom o ▼•tjf.r tb.'' WMkly" 1H b« _ lurton; uii liberal dlmut mm or tdrnliMm.mU forboib U. «tty an4 «oastrrpap*" V «# • «mbaerlbert at m distase* amy m k. •tow risk, by wtl. Üibillaa. TUESDAY, MAKCH 8, 185 . tkooBooof DWriet Attorney of Of trlet, it election ta August next. . „(7 Wo woulhoriied to «"runo. Mr. BBHTON RANDOLPH as a ean«iKtat rJ><stiiet Attorney of the t August election. mo Mb. john q. ididate tor District *J in Angaat next. . W. HUTCHB805, ' District Attorney. the steamer Diana, Capt. J. H. Bterrett, ar- 1 this morning from Houston, with 149 balee of 'cotton, and tbe following paaaeogers: J H Lockhart A lady, Misa Mary William , G W Hoein A lady, Mrs Hill, Mrs Storrott, Misa Bterrett, DP Graves A lady, J M McLean, Mr J B Eelnard, Watson, I Denning, E W Rafk, O AH Cook, B W Book, J f Blanch, G_W M...

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

• • -"*■ ji5rv d. Nn oe Mr. G BO RGB I (UAdtia tor Ttk JudleialDls- Mr. brnton G^Sthwait . <* Hornos u tkioflH of «<■ Attorney of Iks trM,M sleeaaon ta ii|M next. g>*><Miiltoiliil to uioii BaROOLPH m,a candidate for District Attorney of tin 71 JsdWsl DMrlet, a* Che next August election. TTf* Wo aro aathprtsed to aaaouea Ma. JOHN G. WXLKBB, o: Harris eouaty a* a eaa did ato tor District Attorney, oloeuoa lit Monday la August next. Wo an aathorlxed tosnnooaoe J. W. HUTCHISON, ta\, st a candidate tor Ifcs eflee of District Attorney. -- BeBoral •( uu ciTlliaa. It U not well to bo aboso one's neighbors. By- WB, with potto sxafjetstfen, «aya that wan to Mgb plaeeo "must look down on the bate of those be- low." We have not fonod our airy poroh In tha third story of Berlocber's bnilding either aa cold or hale-in-Bpiring u that described by the poet; hot high position. Ilka poverty, though not a crime, ia sometimes Toty inconvenient. We aim at no ex olusiveness, and would 'not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 March 1859

•ATS umrNfl IntriliiaettMüMkl Kit yo«, Imhi-Thi am «teamsMp Jnra, Capt. Moodle, of lb* British ud North ' UTB VMM , H«P x, Kink 10.—The Canard steamer in. Ha, ka arrired bm with dataa frm Liverpool, of IhStt ah. Iht Tan, March T.—The Canard ataamnblp Xaropi. Capt. Leitob, arriTed at this port this «veo, inf. fce lift Ltrtrpooi on Saturday. tbe l th alt.- and bB oot day later datas th o tha Jara. 'a Una, kaa arrived at thia adTtea of the 18th, wUak by the City Lraaroox., fab. IS.—The a ta days since tha aalHna of I of oot ton for the t tha aaJHof of the City of Baltimore •mount to *>,000 balea, of whioh speculators took 4/390 and «portera 1,«00. ' Tha eotum market oloaad trm at tha q notation the CUt of Baltimore ; Middling Orleans 7, J pisada 9JÍ- Mat Loan ok, Fab. 18.—Tha fonda have «lightly loo to a tod, and doaad with fome flatnasa. Cboaols have declined K- oloeing at for money. flasckeaUr Trade. Litxbtool. Feb. 18.—The iataat ad viae* from Mine beater and the maonfaetaring di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 March 1859

Of A nefier *•«!• « The moon was shininf gjk#r brifht f " All bloodless Uy th' Untrodden snow sdom from her moonUin bight, , • Now, don11 foolish, Jos! « An boor pawed on, 0 Turk a •ok .1' " A humble bee want thnndariog by, _ « T how ta ^«tohiir «motejé,, * And spread fte pall opon the «!■ " Hi echoing ue the e*d« awung," "HiwuiM eifW> defm;" - - And deep the peaf'j e T* wm," heard,"Oh 1 woodman,apar* that trae I" « Loud rout the wild Ineonatsat blast," * And elondlaaa aet Um ton at eren ; " When twffigbt dewa are falling faat," " And rolle the thunder dram of heaven." " Oh I ever thna, from obildhood'a hour," " By torch and trumpet faat arrayed " Beneath yen iry mantled tower," "The boll-frog croaks his serenade." " My love is like the red,red rose," " He bought a ring with pósale true " Sir Barney Bodkin broke bis nose," '■ And, Saxon, I am Roderick Dho I" Daefnl knewleige, CoMcnrrioH.—Hall's Journal of Health, for February, baa an admirable article abowiog np some of the new c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 March 1859

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 March 1859

> Mr. GBORGB candidate tot Ttk JudififclDls- Judian ir. mm T/- to umm Mr. senton *>r District Attorney of the at the next August election, authorised to umim Mb. jqhk g. ?*«*— •> jEtrlet *a°n 1stMoeday inAugust next. VtMUtkriMd iMuoiHg J. w. HUTCHISON, (tor Ao offloa of District Attorney, 'WTht Mmc Eclipee, Capt. P. J. Menard, arrived this morning from Hoaston, with the fol- Mr Webetsr, J F Gillman, W H Morris, Gravee, Haas per, H M Biker, C Belli ty, A Strove , J Flunn, J ft Wystt.Dr A & Brown, Montgomery, U Miller, J rorguson, S W Beeriogton, Campbell,B F Clark, BI> Heau, K Smith, A B Byrd, F Steam, J B Mor- ria, Judge McNial, J Chambers, Ad. Menard ft la- dy, Mr Tucker, Mrs Menard, B B Footer, lady & ohild, B B Bbxion, lady A ohild. Corroa a Bobtok.—Tbe Boston Oommareial Bolle tin, for tbe weak ending on the 13th Instant, The imports of cotton this week from Galveston, New Orleans, Mobile, 8avanaah and Charleston an over 35,000' " UaoLS Hid, who shuffled off t...

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