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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 March 1859

t*,, j arrtTed this (Tbnraday ) i ▲ bine ALKH1I •=^gy. tessasfeau *™ I I«dy 4 a chili' iHv Ku. , I ifeasa " "ill*lodj, ■ *® * ML' I & tody, Stallj Iter A brother, mien, Harm, W J, Corto, Fristine, I off, J S Gilbert, JVHoon, GSGrovee, . . _ Fuller, lady ft 3 children, 8 Wy ft chiid, Cfcoehler, Stem r- Hutchins, GawriN Boy den," _ ,.FNw, OG Jeffres, W" if 6*rl- JHParker, WH Mitchell, . W Philips, B Bobertoon, J Eileen, SpaMta® 8p™8®,e> Owen, Mr Curry, Kvine, Johnson, O Haten.O I Clark, Bnelt, Mr Me- Frank, B Dnnlap, W Darrel, Mr Siship ft brother, —, Mr J Everett, J W Cook ft nephew, BUI, Mr Bicharte, Smith, Brown. W Gill, Arlon—lion deck. DATS LATÍB FBOMEUBOFE. I Fwtker kf the SteMHhip Alia. arniDg, flora Kew Orleans. PmBBUB.—Mra Mainl 0<k ™ k Mra McDaniel, Mrs Mills, Miar McDowell McDowell, Hue Wilson, Mr WilsoD ft U#> Bea. ft My, st.pl . ft lady, Manga 4 Iltf c w Adams, Mr «snflf, W J Neritt, Cnirford.T) Daniel, Johnson, I MeCarth ; Huatofton, O son,Geo Wileon, GHBtws...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 March 1859

* BS, COUNTRY Sic, W A ebofle* wtenm d«* % of ram Bat tte tborne j«11 joornay Writ* in blood iba npty oí the bomb; botkitMd, . " Oolie hM BO faMMM* Of Ik* Mla^ «: the animal roils; th permits, and Aere h bet little few. With rtk of the Iwwii time to no ilee is eometimea a hundred a minóte, the attaek gradual, and the tiieue doe* not intermit. When colic ariaes from bad food, pint of a «o- lotkn of aalaratos trill often afford entire relie!. Aa it amanee nore of a apsamodie character, pep- únt and ginger may be added. We have I with entire an¿ immediate guceeee, a rnial of aaiaratua, the awe ijeantity of ginger, rSiSoS'of of nearly hot water, and given from ajank.bottle. Powerful charcoal is one of the beat and aafeat mediums for any diaeaee resulting from derange- it of the digestion, and two or three ounces or , mixed with water, may be giren at any time with peat advantage. pointing to the Ay— with the angaiah tears -"fid Hetnrpto eye. i around, -. '-..¿0^ ¿rtheT.trayr' ' of day. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 April 1859

iÉBOÉIrP: ^ jX 3E3 GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 86, 1859. tke Ottr Ann, ISO, 1859. Present, Mayar, oto ten. 2U 1858. Regular Meeting , with the , JE (bales ZL353 b tha «hove to de- tail penftBB town. The abov* has all dinner. I attach no importance of Washington county t B. T. Flewellea and e Hubert for Representatives in the Legis- March 31st, 1859. countries in U. , $31^87 ¿--«.so# Total _ Exports, in Ü. 8. Vessels.. -^Hidea. 440 Cotton (12,158 bales).'..'.'.'. 1,227,573 Sundries 152 Exroars, in foreign vessels Hides 108 .1(14,505 bales)...... 778,653 Cottonseed. 6,218 6 * Total S. Vessels entered from foreign countries i.wm for u^"VtMeis cleared asS5S *2,011,148 yb. Tonage. Men 4 257# 67 5 1662 66 trade 15 15 8238 6437 211 217 coasting trade 126 63532 1812 122 63494 1821 No. vessels entered in three moths 287 No. mee employed on board the same— 4,194 ■ ■ *. ■ - tm The Democrats of Lavaca county have paaged resolutions declaring that they are op- posed to all interference wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 April 1859

Can they be held opto the people of the Sooth as suitable deliberations to keep afire the fire of of the Union, the foil spirit of now so belong alone to the action of the miMt Wen not the discussions it the last CodHSon upon the resolutions for re-opening the Unit in upholding the confederacy and particu- of those rights But ConTention which May T Can we recur and with 1496 a population of is pretty lively «Co. There are several other Aoiericaa houses fti the •wholesale business. At sight, the town of Grav- is not calculated to impress one favorably, is situated m a rafley, surrounded by bar tat lif a vast yet be a city of vast Svdnor, Mrs Vart 4 2 children, C H Eliger & lady, Miss ioutgomeiy, Miss Labadie, Mrs ,MissBUeyv mon mour The meeting last X&iserable case of mate for its Lakge Caego ev Corro .—The (Sty brought down from bales cotton—a. large cargo for the ownership of whom in the out of Kilgour, put The L in the bt giren an opportu OH.Bnq. ba- ud Wilson B. Hall, k f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 April 1859

W.—Only a moderate soUod. The sales amount- t Shipping list and Price Cur- itatea that the cotton market U I quotes Middling Orleans at 12&C. i are «rating the steamer's arrival from A fair business was done in the molasses [notations. 117 business was done, •he Hirers. —The Mississippi at this with plenty of water 1 April 15__ifñe Ohio riTer at this , ¿ ripidlj to-dar.with Hfeet of water - flJSSto «.fe ootffí &11*- j£.uSVpn! 16-Th« wST*8 ** «us pant in the last t. wenty-four m£j ViCkib*a« 7 fnig, of the lifl^ '■" y^Uht19 l"i! co°tinues to riasfei , Inch. hou" «í&jg last night it had^S? 4 '™íírr. J?* ' *■ ed s lares arrived at this port this morning. LlTerfaal Cattail market. Livbepool, April 2—The total sales of cotton dnring the week foot up 93,200 bales. The sales to speculate during the same pe- riod amount to 9000 hales, and the sales to ex- porters were 10,000 titles. The market closed firm, and there was a good demand for cotton. The1 quotations of last Sat- urday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 April 1859

r they will lU, and a the' dálleseles of the leuon So blood-red p UTIU of the nM Rail Roaa. EUGBNB DALY, HBLMBOUrS OBNUIAB PBBPAjtATlON OP Hlfklr CMUitrkte* Ceapnnd FlmlA EXTRACT BUCJHU, For these the blossom-sprinfled tuff That floods the laasljr gravea, _ rolla in her sea green nut, fa flowery, foaming w* m 1 INmc, i barring life-drop's flow, (tear of lore. 1 Hero's bleeding breast ithewhita libas iaher crest Sprang from tit* scarlet dew- While valor's haughty champions wait Till ¿1 their scars an shown, Lots walks unchallenged thro' the gate. To sit beside the Throne! San Jacinta. by w. r. a. wxannt. Appeared in the east in his radiant car, When Houston, the chieftain, his country's de- around our lone i on the banks of the blue San Jacinto, AS brightly that single orbed banner did Oh, light of The star on its folds heaven's light were akin to— The banner of freedom—the hope of the brave I They rushed to the battle, and true to their duty, lite handful of patriots periled their l...

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

i k- -,V' ■. '*IV^ Ir -:| íif : /¿S' il ,h. GpVfl •i<.-y" BUS ' T; == u> - Si <1 W' ' Üí'if- >?V . í ■ ■=! '1 RdFW l^É#ÉNlÉ MP Inf t .:*a T. Ftea- cterk, from fcfte Senate, the folio wing , late Treasurer of I in Gal- "World re- s of his "Miraculous i Hall, last night. He , and those in search of slight," will find it when to be pdracy, acdpun- i-wiil bow attempt tore- Liilhere, at the threshhold, beg indulgence fordeviating from a course I have heretofore panned. In my pre- vious letters I hare not referred to the authori- ties, on which I relied, beliering such references uninteresting to the genacal reader 5 bat Ufé sub- which I now approach is one of ao mudi in- terest—about which there has bean so much I deem it important to gire for every fact and every quotation. The record says that on the Mth of April, 1820, continué in farce an act to 1 to pro- of the United States, aad to provisions tor pumsning toe crime of piwey, nt read a thrrd t [ " Annals of Congress. 181...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 May 1859

•V « a Iffarrrrfs wjn, fhn WftBi _ and in a speech of cue hoar in length, moat el- aborately and fearlessly erg*! the rejection of the resolutions as far as. they proposed to raise DMTiSSM pUtform. After which Hon. O. W. Chilton, of Smith county, was called upon by a large por- to respond, which he did at resolution . Col. John G. Staart also defended the nsotntioBS aid advo- cated their adoption A.E. McClnrs offered a substitute forthe^- gentleman; "spicy and independent paper- views. to Dr. Edward Jenner of his pamphlet had ample op- ,r. treating this dia- hia remarks will doobtless he inter- and may be highly useful, to physicians. some acquaintance with this experience and observation, from believing that the medical fa- either exhausted or mastered the ■. Science and observa- stsoamplished, and may still ig thesuffering and caOUat- the principles^nd usages of the Democratic party rights un of the Federal Consti- «HV deprecate any in- ¡atiples or abandc heartily and eoaidiaUy ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 May 1859

~v «\\ 1 ¿ *4 , Baas, Pat- MARINE. COJME The sever*! fciúbit folly ti* the past weA, in this ic ports, duly noted. T1 Since 1st £ept, XlM , time last year Scgak—Texas sup* is irfng at Own 6*to 1% (the highest price we U^of quality Molasses—24tg2C eta. p**llon- nniK—In good demand • 5@1T el . í- ® BY THE C1BCASSIAN. lhrsaUning jait«d*tfA*ri+-\KJMJm - csrFE eibWta in cotton, The Europe, -«rill be sum up y SM and Collecting Her Ail Produce shipped ■polkyof^^H Bay, arrived Passesoxks—B Guflin, and 2 on deck. Q W.McMAHAN A CO..--(Q. W. TON FACTORS AST) COMMISSION Bniat Ganaras, Tnn ll r* Office in Iila'i Mxnco. Leaving | IMLM. T\*"ATIIER. HUGHES A SAUNDRRS—<T. 1V1 fc ta. Samadera. Jr . la* of Hayneville. Ala., , Galvestc The ORIZABA Cm. BL " matagorda " J. 8. " SUWANNEE. wuiH toe Sotwi country, the BuChaiuut and'Senor and the IABERMEHL * CO—(J. C. Habermehl, X. Eley, J DO- Y. Chaplin,) Keceiving. in Dry VESSELS IN ««t OF CALVK T«ff. Theü. S. JL S. S. JfaxSeo, W. H. Talbot, mmander, fr...

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

>7 ■ ' # ■ 3 m S:-: day, mOd, la Hetven'a own child, and Ocean reconciled: ' I feel mnrmuring ked. Withi My spirit lies jammer sines ana oarer c (Pervailed with vises, She glows and shines bar future ad and wines. Her children, hid The cfiffii amid, Are gwihoWng with the gamboling kid; With tipsr calls, Laugh on the rocks like waterfalls. The fisher's child, • With treaaea wild, Unto the smooth, bright sand beguiled, With glowing lips Singa as she skips, Or gazes at the far-off ships. Ton Ú. Where' From lands of aim to 1 •' This happier one, Its coarse is ran From lands of snow to lands of son. Oh I happy ship, . To rise ana dip, With the blue crystal at /our lip 1 Oh 1 happy crew, My heart with you Sails, ana sails, and sings anew I So more, no more, The worldly shore.; Upbraids me with its load uproar I _ With dreamful eyes My spirit lies Under the walls of Paradise I The mining- Ship. She left the port in gallant style, With sails and streamers full and free I 1 watched her co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 May 1859

-¡HP r.ai -i t ■te ® = 3 lt . Muí steamer Amia, Capí. T. í Xekey, , JWrigley HBlock,Capt Jenkins, ¡StósT'' '- r Diana Capt. J. H. Sterrett, this morning from Houston, with 60S tton, and the following 1 Dr C P Crane, Barxíza, Hicks, Dunn, ™ " >H J Makenzie, L A Ravis, h£S w Whitiacke, LD Bragg', right, Farrill, Batgeti, Tor*, • The bark Bofct Milla, hence 24th Feb„ 1 at Liverpool 13th April. TheSch'rE. C. Howard, hence for New April. BT" The U. 8. District Court which should met yesterday did not conrene, in conse- je of the absence of John C. Watrous, the # - Thejury empannelled were hoe, many from the coon try. <>oerrrrxx'b Bitters.—We hare reeeired _fr8m Mililer, Montgomery k Co. a sample of these renownd bitters. Those who have need them speak highly of their tonic properties. By the by, we hare unintentionally neglected to notice this new firm, whose card will be foand in oar «olnmns. They are men of enterprise, and are trustworthy, courteous and liberal in their dealin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 May 1859

■Mm v ft" _ u HARDIN FRAN : ./r—1 lis mrt— ¿cU5¿ to-day, Convention, and die i P*M^^ne, Miss Talbot, Mr p W Qíh. Mrs Fir. Dr BfErana * lady/W A Koby, J Soloes, B Deacon, Sprajue, AM Smith, ¿ H Shor£ aon, J P Nixon, u o nurse, neua, Auanson a son. " BjMLjDGid ItcFrriand,! Talbot, Captl J Williams, Hill, L Ban, DrNe Mr Hill, Bfr Backer, J W Har Barklep, J H Baldwin, J C Barnett arrived this P-Íñ fcr? Arnold, HB aohallConeg^ttot toca- He wu ooe of the best Galveston waa visited 8tiU mniftl truth, of phitoaoph; introduced at ereou Argus is in town. y that t ' The ateamer Exclipae, Qapt. P. J. Me- l Houston, with the " ,* \ Ji'W Mr Jr ü iioff h lady, J Bor Chase, Miss Hawkins, Miss ' Speew * lady, Miss E Paris] EThorne, lady t child, John before the to the . that the trae sustained. He dis- " and read from a «nstlast, fcee BMOdam, CHMcGfll,E L Arnold, GB Hill, mPi James McKeonn, B P Jatdan. W Green, J Lips- ?^ALB«^?^XJHer«ton, P/lfaSn, 2 ?SIOTes' EJFST' Shef1 ood. J a Williams, B S Shann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 May 1859

£. , HenrT Place! s to-day (1 TheU. a*. 8.8. . Jobs T. Lawleae, mirad this (S TbeU. S. M. S. S. liagndia, C*pt( r from New ( F) ** mired from . . ...fyard . I:—C H Taylor* ladv, Xiul _R Rock A lady, McKinney, (fi IH Scott, Mrs Chilton U ' ARRJ Qcmc, J oohaaa Cotton , Hn Hieser, Carroll k lady, child, Mia * ÍMg , Dow 4 Ü&1 Logn ladr & \ child, Jiii3 S A, Boca, Pitta, Thorn, Bland, Wright, Haines, Wilder, lia 8=smsm£Í . J Calloway, J Qumtlady, w —. Stanley, A Darbey,QM" J C Failey, Osadía k lady, Mia Proctor. els Ordered < — age, 12 negras, 36 W Jodrasch, Fears, Wincnros, Kay S, not believe in the reporta that hare I lated in rejard to the policy of the Ki mmentin Mexico. The Cabinet believes that the Britt i Mexico is not acting under t his Government in the steps h that he will be instructed by his 1 eeognixe the Jni An additional Cotton market has ! and closed buoyant; the sales tbe Golf for i property sod citizens i Omit. tto ) possi- Middling tat anaav 1 buoyant at rst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 May 1859

el* 1 T GOODS WBBOHS! EIBB05SI! RIBBONS 111 In RIBBONS, MILLINERY GOODS, —- ^ . j 1 ; «fit* a.. ***«.- ......PRCfPRIElVR. and boats free of IJ- CASH BUYERS IS ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY THK CASH RIBBON HOME, 11# Chambers street, Hew York, JNO. PARRBLL, M no harp strings hold su As follows his twinkling of sunset opens trod, city and Maker is God, Cloae to the crvatal portal, I«e hythegrte.ofpeari, The eyes at our other angel A twinborn little girl Ml Herrar •( D«u, Night Sweats. Oold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, buifaor,Univer Lassitude or theMuscularSystem, Often Enorn raw?0rnuuiu u4 Kruptions on • M, E And I ask to be taogfr^ and directed To walk in the aaadals And hear amid Bongs of tigers trusty and fleet, On the starry floor of heaven, The patter of little feet. or Sight: Wont or Ata with Horror of tttion, Great Mobility, Mlw . with Horror Society. No this g fe more desirable to inch Fa tienta than Solita4e,u*l nothing they more e think which we the style of" in the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 July 1859

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 July 1859

■^PNgS m Lawtoc WL Shaw, A H White, r >* wy, 'tóft w w UB , J M Wilson, . Jmmfc- •Rruimnm « a rIBCft XVUlUtTS) , J H MeClure. f#* The bark Gesl Green, CapC Attwell, firaa Hew York, arrived jntntUj with an as- sorted cargo to A. S. Ruthven. yy* A home correspondent at the 5ewa, who wishes to disguise hia identity by signing himself "Western Texas," calls the editor of the Civilian " a most persistent and determined o Soe-holder.'' This charge comes with a fine in his life bat hold < ■ wait for it. Imctuikb.—The Courier and Enquirer pab- labas a statement of the buaiieaa of the Fire Insurance Com panic* of Sow York in the year 1869, from which the following results appear Aaowt of Capitel («4 Companies).. Surplus Profita.. . 5#U,4 3 Amount of Premiums recM, 1838... 5,559,83 Uroas Ineome "... #,982,216 ■ paid, 1858. «1,904, 044 Total Loaaea, Expenses, Taaea, kc., of 1858 $«,078^04 Aa we understand these figures, they indicate a net income of $882,912 on a capital of $21, «78^*3. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 July 1859

g # ¡ % i* 7^='-— >.,-i4-« .W Arrival of tfco U. 8. M. 8. 8. T .-jcfiKsaclss!^ mg froto New Orle**. Passexskxs—Mrs M A Hand, Mrs Conwa child, Mrs Bayly & child, M A Long, J bias. B Woodward, Mr Akland, G A S Labasard, G M Braman, McBride, A Marks, J B Barkens & sons, Geo Barkens, Che Bar- kens. EUROPEAN WTELLIfiESiCE. ARRIVAL OF THE 8. S. BAVARIA. "It ItQD- iíkw You, Jn\j 2—The steamship Ba™rffc which left Southampton on Saturday, the 18th alt, has arrived at this port. .. . . Her commercial advices have been anticipat- ed by the Arabiaat HaHfcxand Boston. She brines, however, some additional items of interest from the Artof war. The War Ua- lutly London. June 18.—Despatches freni Turin state that an official bulletin announces that the headquarters of the Emperor Napoleon are now at Corn, on the road from Bergamo to Cremona. The headquarters of the King of Sardinia were at CastegnaJo, six mites west of Brascia. Ritnoni, Scavemeral and Ceiae, have pro- nounced for the nat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 July 1859

ail day long the awl, and then the chisel. this little attic f.M +& All the week he is a carpenter, Aabwr aa the bees; But on Sunday he's a gentleman, And then he takes his ease. Then bis tools are laid aside, And he has welcome rest: Or be take* the air with her ha lore*, With her that lores him best. Long lire his rosy wife! May children came and lengthen out Their hapny span of life. May health and ¿rang* ae'er fail him, From sorrow or finm pain May he ring and work, Wit And work and ring again mtjtOy After spersed with C the tame. A poet, vhicn the " I slept in an editor's bed last night, And others may say what they plfn.se: 1 say there's one editor in the world That certainly takes his ease. "When I thought of my humble cot, away, I could 'not suppress n sigh. Bat thought, as 1 rolWin the fc tthere nest. How eamj lie IS ' -Í ..... ¿á mm A Puuscub.—How many hundreds nf the inhabi- tanto of Galveston a* well as stram-e , would eryoy an evening walk to the heaeh, provided the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 July 1859

vol. xxn. ni. B C WSsCflf, LS Boss, C D Sharp, Otís. A Sel, IGbs *J •mf&uticaUg JMillflliw.LO J Hank. G A B / ti mitra fr mmff t**9 E FLAKE, ■FORGO HAKDLNÜÜ GO VERSOS, K RÜNNKLLS FHANCIS K^LUB&JCK Hawfey, 6 Bigg. Watoias, B TaBean Miáíik,BOolb, B Brewster, W FRANCIS BioM ■T JOHN EL REAGAN. GEN. SAjT* HOUSTON. COL. IS^WARD "cLARK. FRANKS'M. WHITE. HON. JOHN H. REAGAN. GEN."Taj. HAMILTON uJSTUWAT !?*««- liXaO LPU aa a rTViBlMMXIl aai ViOB, •« a ^ larjTte U. S. M. olrantr titead Cay. J. fnn Houston, wife 1M lates of cog i2s E ST | . D 0 Bim * m. X Baker, W D Parrot, F W Babertaoa, M Camp- bell, In B A Barney, MiBjara, Patullo, Freíd laad, A Chalares, Comb, J W Allmaa. J H v V GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1859. NO. 16. r, JHBefi. tit liberty with tbr L Smith, C C H Weati, C D saa, lady A child. itaay beased firaaa «fane to Cre times daflr the rto* and enlarge the chest; awl, as hare pMoibal the above far all eases ef ha- ovrhage of the hwps and threatened r ttea for thir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 July 1859

& which wlU the old W J Hale, J kraria, CLawae*, Korto^ Wheat, Foster Col Manir, J W Henderson Dr South- *u^ Milton Ue6*j, T J Moore, Junes Ed- noaaon, IA CoUto . WaLKBK CorSTT.—The Huntsville Item S*We hare had boonti/ui supplies of rain dur- ing the last two week*.. making corn and cotton look beautiful. If «7 portion of the State hai^been as mndx btesseo, this will be the heariest crop year Texas Mha erer known. • We regret to hear that blade tongue has broken out among the cattle east of Huntsrille. People in its neighborhood bare qnit the use of milk and batter until it subsides. This is twice it has visited our State within a rear. Judge Ochiltree is like the little old wo- man, in Iba nursery song, who "could nevat keep quiet." He has backed out of tbeagree- °0 meat with Judge Reagan not to make stnmp * speeches, and waa to address the people of Cherokee county on Friday, the' 15th July, W9, cat Rusk. Judge Reagan will doubtless take up the gnantlet again; and the African...

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