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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 July 1859

(Sonday) .... ar The Matagorda, Out. feraá tim (Tburwinv) Wernini Sew Orleans rift BerwidkBtr. Danford, W , M Kreise, John Reese, Coon, Monster Dumb, Harly, Hqj. H N Caldwell, lfl negroes. rttss jtapoleoits epaclettb mot DESERT1XO. J¡8L?SÜ£2 has arrived, bringing the 2d and Cap* bao*, *• steamship Canada, U*pt; this point on her w>/ 10 and ww^eqíe^tainRS *•* <*•>* later adrices ofBaltünore. 3 Xb« Canada w*a boarded off ttus point by the news vacbt of the Associated Pre following summary of her news_was UT«r M) Cotton Livmfool, July 3.—The sales of cottc-n dur- ing the week foot up 57,006 bales, of which spe- culators took 1,600 ant*exporters 11,500, Theolower qualities of cotton bare declined %e.m Fair and ukUUiag qualities are generally un- changed. • Holders are offering their stock freely, bat -.show no disposition to press salea. ° The síes o Friday were 8000 bales, the mar- ket closing steady at the ^flowing authorized quotations of the Brokers circular: Fair Orleans.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 July 1859

jover lay the ft*wed tte sands to nmny an arid mile. ? r an vid aril*. TÍTtt a? «Me «*• pHk>w«idI propayweary And my kafton-cloth unfolded o'er my limbe was tightly spread, While beside me, as ths Kapstam and watchman of my bud, Lay ay Basa sword and pistols twain a-shim- And the stülnqa Was unbroken, save at tao- From w2?s5y taZtsd vulture sailing blackly down tbssfcr, Or the snortings of s sleeping steed at waters Or the M*nsdwarlike anitterings of some dream- Whso behold 1—a stflden sandqaake—and a- tween the earth and moon Bow a mighty boat of shadows, aa from out ^gpsped with «error, and a And the err WU AlSAk&r /^Hs the Spec- ter Curaran 1 • Ob they came, their hneless fcces toward Mecca mi mi iii* On they ttw, long files of camels, and of women youthful maidens, bear- Guide* and And beSníthem troops of horsemen following, busiI—a as the sands I More sad more 1 the phantom pageant overs had- o wad all the plains, Yea thegha«tfyeunl-faoaes arose, and grew And the whirlin...

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

r" -• j "* • * VOL.XXIL GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1859. NO. Ifet ¿Uttttt natkmai. dlxocuct, tot cokstitmok, ak thi union. . GEN. sT^HofesTOK. COL. SÍWÍSQ^LAEK. I waa told by Capt. Britten, «te came from toe upper conniiea, that rsses toe stdgeet with Ha and independence. It de- plores the absence of all regard to state policy is the canvass, and says: It was thought by aome of the leading joor- "" tlK GJi HON. JOHN H. REAGAN. *0® ntltgHfll 8KCOND DISTRICT, gen. 177. hamilton. JTj' We we authorised to i aOLDTHWAIT*, of I 10 MWBI ATTC—TT. Mr. QEOEGK u acaudíllate for the ■ of District Attorney at the 7th Judicial District, •t election In Angust aext ITT We areauthnrieed to announce Mr. BRUTON BAXDOLPH m a candidate for District Attorney of the 7tfe Judicial Stolid, at the next Augnst election. announce Mr. JOHU a. ' as a candidate for Die- r tai Angust next. ij.w.HUTCH- office of District tt7* We — walker, of fiVThe ü. S. Mail steamer Swan, Tbos. Peaooek, Commander, from li...

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

gke jgHwlmu. ny Ms. c. *■ HTRLKW iinuiuthoriaed Agent to ,tbecHrof*">a>toD- ihe steamer Swan, TUbs. Feaeock o mander, arrired this (Thursday) mr.rninfc from Liberty with the following passengers : Mrs Maywether, Capt K McGuire, G Forgul, T Smith, H Olov^r, C D Maynard, n M True a3 the adminiaUy a proper re- disoifranizeri, as the JTLY 22, 1859. «SSBT , °«5 © pecially as they Rights paper. These papers :-eal ot bmr readers column of our p tuty, whi( such pape nocrat, Jrf- lirahaH.jH^ en rami Southern —m— . _ .^feave no other excuse for their opposition to Judge Rea- gan, than his opposition to there-opening of the African Slave Trade and filibustering, and their pretence that Reagan introduced these issues in- to the canvass, is an impudent effort of un- scrupulous Jesuitry. They would feign entire ignorance of the message of Ot vernor Adams, of South Carolina, three years aj;o, recommend- ing the re-opening of the trade, «ad the exciting debate which followed the recommendatio...

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

IrnTii vi Cleveland W. H. ^ppidg, Writer, .tIUtITA!. OFTHfiSTEÁMFRlSDIAX. July 17.—The e.oftheLivw- nt&ia evea iresa boat . . . fwmvy b*T¡ hi¡an W*Irrerpool pn Wednesday, the -issiSBStiByetsá*" July 6.—The ¡mies of eotton for ■éé business daya eince the .sailing of the a amotwied to 19,000 bales. quotations are generally unchanged, the i etosed doll, Wft steady, at the ruling H White, posal was for placing all the reserve contingent ! children, forces in readiness to march at short notice, infield, H A'despatch from the seat of war states that at Cnddon's corpa, bad repulsed add drove them from Odessa to the first eoltoa of St. Eloise Pass. The Tyrolese suffered severely in the " igement. ossuth, who is still in Italy, had. issued a "* " ' to the Hungarians, in which he as- the three 7.—The Liverpool bri is very dull and prices ing tendency. Matagorda 1 40 to 45c. Npr Yquk, ialj W —The New York Weekly Bank Statement shows a decrease in loans, as •«spared with the weviousweek, of...

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

-titagratefal of cfiecr, of tim warning bant, tbersin is near 1BJSSSS5S^S51SS HOTKL, of Us N Bail DALY, Funam. ^ lily pale, its living wings— s íl.i b In Life, and from the Bladder, existing la (hey atayotare originated, Of how Xaong Standing, Owing fiea/4 «U Fyer the Frame, and Blood to the Ctni. NT TO THE ATFUCTKOII IT caree Berro and Debilitated Saftren. i mores allthe Symptoms. amone which will be found, is op, with a sudden lift, , Umver Ic Sjmptoms, Hot hands, , Dryness of the Skin, an the humas ear, 0U JUto fork gjtetismenls. Shat to bring the gift of a bonnteou? heaven The pleasant rain hath come. « V— — * i aim of every We do faehion- s intelligent i that know conversa - always safe > a man Í—where i indecent i the bad snc- with t ' you wish to be wise and respected—if you desire O happines and sot misery, we-advise yqa to as- sociate with the intelligent and good. Strive o fcr mental excellence and strict integrity, and q © yon will aenrár be found in the sides of pollu...

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

íi vol. xxn. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, AÚGUST 2, 1859. NO. 18. will he entitled to the . . IMP The United States and KKezfe* The Mexican problem continues to reccive the liveliest attention of our government. A letter, written at Washington on the 17th instant, com- municates the following to the Baltimore Sun : The President held a long consultation with the Cabinet on Friday, preparatory to a brief visit to Bedford. ' Concerning the final disposi- tion of the subject of Mr. MeLane's treaties with very little has transpired, though it is that provisions for the cession of Lower in have been rejected. It is certain, here is no design, on the part of the to guarantee the permanence of utional party. will arrive in 9tm Orleans upon the retara oftbe Tennessee from Vera Cruz 17th or 2Mb, and will, H is said, come ' r to this city, and confer with the t upon the subject of his project for raising votanteere in the United States for ser- vice in Mexico. The New Orleans Bulletin announce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 August 1859

JítT 30* 1859. mt andlhe folloirii* passen- , Miss V ¿Urston, McCreadv, H Snow, Hi Al Sinn, E Trigg, EE Chare, í Gardner We pobtish Capt. Taylor'-sletter because lie «eeiiis greatly to iksire it—not becauáfe we lua' il nit uuirj to lie defence of Gen. Hous- too^-afsiaat the oUrgaa-of bfeing lacking the common quality of Texians, personal cour- age. j.. o. Ju Peace IX. Eraorz.—The news by the feat arrival tram Europe was .ray bgef. A, treaty bf pfeaee has been signed'"between the Ktap .x?a oí Iras r* ¿ad Austria, on the follow- ' 11.)? basis: The Italian Confederacy to be under the honorary Presidency of thttPopa. The Em- perrar of Austria concedes .his righto in tambar 4y to the Emperor of the*French, iftsiiiiisferi then}, to $e King oi'Sardiuia. The Emperor of ? Auatn;> preserves Venice, but she' will fnyt an ' . integral past of the Italian* Confederacy. Thi* " "is near 1 vibe hsziusr hi whicí "í<apoleon«him- ■° seff announced the result, iir bis disp^éh to the EmpttoA, date...

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

*¡r (S'wuUif-nK ° ArrtTBl #f m«8. 8. wk. ^•IKS^SftSSIS; rtñ^od (T«M(Uy) m f tasBNOERa.—Smitberaen, H aer.W Wheeler, Masay,E Byrd, L Sailer A child, Boardman t ladv, itr. Capt. G^aia, 2 on * " FURTHER Bf AFRICA. / I ■ Lo.vdox, July Letters from Rome and FW8>jJC9 state that the excitement in the rapai States atdl continues in e«Meque«e of the ma.s- Aamatn9rajpa,ABeoiia,and"tber cities, ln- O restorations hare been onfered.as to fee origin nf fce popular moremeoM. n aRW " 'tot terrible cruelties are inflicted upon the -< azzi- n"^' i the rtrolted districts, uirfer pretext of an order from bis Holiness, Piua iA. AfItbu'* Accor.vrs of Solfkriso.—Vien- na, JaljK—The official reporta from the head- quarters of the army in Italy give the tonoirinft account of the loss at the battle of Solferino: tfco number of killed is put down at 2500; vrounfM and missing 8621. The French aad Sardinian Wsses, in killed aAd irourfiSd, is set down at ió,2át). • Rscmtiaa for ra* English n a.vy.—Lon- do...

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

IWIMi ni , ij ii jgngsr t tfe&Rl 1 f« Far from my bappy home, I've lefl the land that rave ■ gave me birth, In other clime to roam; And time, sisee then, bas roll'd its v« And marked them on my brotv, YMjTh*Te I thee- rm dar, mother, ning of mv vouth, me in your pride ; was my heart lit up -fiitarejay r honors wove, W- J I'm thinking on tbe day, mother, WhOe with anxious care, Yo# lifted op your heart to heaven— Tow hoe*, your trust was there; ThT Ion# kst MM look told more. I'm fcrsway from Aee, m*ber, ITo friend is bmt toe now with a leader word, I'm lonely and forsaken now, Unpttied and nnblest; But soli I would not let thee know How sorely I'm distressed; 1 know you wMM not chide me, mother. You couldngt give me blame; But soothe «with your tender wont-, And bid me hope again. Iwoukl not have thee know, mother. The tBBjfitS wSTwsbaneftil cup Has dashed them all away ; .Kad shaaae has left bits venom fting. Tbe anguish of thy Child. Oh 11 have wandered far, mother, Since I de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 August 1859

u -j vol. xxil —l. . 1 .i.,. galveston weekly civilian, galveston, tuesday morninq, august 16, 1859. srrakt, dcbnett * c*. mo he entitled to the other flftj mot* lot p of «totwi : ^ w ^r2k^flebe^.or le". 1 for the first tkje8bav, aií6. 9, 1869., The steamer bland City. Capt. p. j. jíst?!'¿tutti h7ston kú¡ morning:, *fth3¿ balas of cotton and ttfc following pw- a.Mei Doewetl Mrs. Smith and 5. b. frmily, c. Buckley, Bobertscn, 0. Ooldth wnx, c. ~ a fwaiu, l. Cohen, j. Ella w. h. Graham, Kendall, c. w. Adams, Hardtii ht" the steamer Swan, ríred iW " Peacock, ar- f With tlie fol- ■wteyr rnmrthwaf lowing passengers . *« Perkins, William Pliant, m Cullocli, jt Daren, w Daren, j j Buaby, j p ^rne, jm Hodges, John Owens—3 oa deck. hr The Election Betnrns received thus far leave no doubt of the election of Qen. Houston, by a majority of eight or ten thousand. The Austin papera concur in placing Clark *or Liotrt-iJorernor, thus far; hut only by some nve-hunJruil roten, tearing the result stil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 August 1859

■ c. . &mwu. Mr. Wlw ■ the Aafto-Hiana smb. wbteh amy paa. naeratioa, bell *ore t üí4mm4uM. Cattoek oí Te *, |«t jam worn hi* tóbele** haanrrrl at the HH mj L**d Cheacelfcw ofb|M «* jad**, bar's at lav. aad masters « rhaaru. *itia the house of tank, are literal! bags of tv- -to " NVjrfmte x' -• ' •p'- ' i, «mmt >r lrhUT b*"*! f' with si biu« o(4iita ivl t>" A OV SCSMttH Ml The • which they appear n the Urge «. The Report girt* A detailed i c to the M aid a<i«t, be| baastera extremity of tbe Cat a« to the southward aad at atoe aad Gulf of Mextoo, aad 1 TW Scbrs. Lake Charlea, L ■> Za valla ami Meteor, fnai CaJ ■a, arrived «a the II* aad Uto, arito ptae aad ctjupb haber aad tortghs tn b s 1W- T« •of owl Srr Ce*w Wood* Power. -Wei Bkety that our eoUou fchb will be try awiyradart.aad it n gnáfpn afiateKWvte ptnsper- Maay, baau. im, «te gn into a aew I aáer fte iaCxaa of papular« uto aw i bat it is the fact i that hñ of- ¡ Ekely «o pay pretty dearly for • which they shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 August 1859

Arrival •f tfc« 8. S. Ce . -^g^TsTlUil Steamship Go . Bvsh, Capt. lkni3on, from Berwick B j via Sabine Pass, ^ved yesterday (Tuesday) evening. p. arsons .—Mesar . c. Boten, tt. b. mc 1¿UJ, W. Walker, BaWwiVBandera, A. J. $£c. C. Dihrsll, T. W. Morris, A. M. Mur- „y.3nn deck and 3 negroes. fmt Days Later frm Earape* ARRIVAL OF THE If OVA SCOT1AK. Alt 'MEirr is FRENCH ARMY LEAVING ITALY i! U'MORED VISIT O/ SAÍOIIOX TO LONDON. Faethm Point, (Canada) August 7.—The ¿eamship Nora Seofian, Cspt. McMaster, pass- * off this point this morning, and a brief aum- narr of her news" has been received by the . i n s-boat of the Associated Press, which board « her. The Nora Scotian left Liverpool on Wedoefl- Ax, the 27th ah., and bar adrices are conse- luentlr War days later than those received by he Persia at New York LivrarooL, July XI—The sales of cotton for the three business days since the sailing of the Persia amount to +4,000 hales. The market gen- erally closed steady at the quotations of l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 August 1859

sv i. o- — —¿ynra bo jikm «V vanished yews: flMtfatti ft tender liio, of amilea i tears, jlyhiri is young again. The vert winds blow, and, singing low. o | v..r thn glad it "'1' ran; The windows of my soul I throw Wide open to the sun. No longer forward nor behind, • I look in hope and fear; But grateful, take the ' The best 01 here. I find, k If I plow no mora a desert land, To harvest, weed and tare; The manna dropping {torn God's hand * Rebukes my painfttl care. 1 break my pilgrim sta$ I lar "Aside the toiling oar; • The angel sought so faj awav I welcome at my door. The airs of spring may.nerer play of May Blow through the autumn mora; Yei, shall the blue-eyed gentiap look . Through fringed lids to heaven, And the pale aster in the brook Shall see its image given; The woods shall wear their robes of praiae, The seuth-wind softly sigh. And sweet, calm days in golden haze Melt down the amber sky. Nt* leas shall manly deed and word Rebuke an age of wrong j The graven flowers that w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 August 1859

>- •/ i ; ; •'•> - ' /:, '/ ¿ 4 "\J. ' 11 ■:«-: . ■ ^ 'iS - « v'lf vol. xxn. GALVESTON, TÜESDA MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1859. , GALTESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN^ WEDNESDAY• AUGUST 24 1859 S TIT ART, Dl'BNETT * CO. if Bat pkid within 8*montÍá*4 00 NO. 22. Weekly pera "*« '«"ifor fifty cent* for commissions. ** entit,€d 40 thc other *M'*^'.of'epUn^ or lee . «1 for the first A liberal deduction Sheep and Wool. At thc late Wool Grower's Fair at Cleveland," Ohio, Mr. Coolidge, of Boston, said: vmiTK'nt our eastern markets with yonr wools. Baise aU you can and raise all low ? ¡100 ^*"' ,g0' '«'"'ras showed that W*n,,'!th2 P *ere Produced m this country. We ought to raise 100,000,000. We uso and consume 86,000,000 lbs. in a year, compelling f^. ®p0rtft,°;. of near'y 50,000,000 lbs. of wZ £r'th0i' Ihlch ought to be produced here. We of the East come to you starring for food tcesday, Are. g3, isób. ■ e s'eamer Swi rived this morning from lowing passengers: aJi, Capt. Peacock, ar- i Liberty, with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 August 1859

*#*• W0C,. mm * v- llie FBinAY) AUGUST 86 1889 car The g(e*mer Neptune No. 2, Capt. C, FflH"111! arrived morning from Hous- ton with 125 bales cotton and the {following passengers: Miss Henderson, Mrs Henry, Miss Marshall, m;t. e Beybaud, M O Alexander, Pierden, H Duncan, A Hemphill, C Dwyer, Rubey, Colonel Mills, 'i-W Felt, Davis, Thaddeus Armstrong, Augur, McComb, 9 B Glass, Cook, Noble. , Ixcbease in tb! Von o Texas—The vote fcr Qoreroor in 1857, was as follows: H. B. Runnels 32,552 Sam Houston. 23,628 Whole number of votes cast 56,180 The retan of the present year are yet for from complete, yet we already have received accounts giving To Gen. Houston 33,644 Gov. Bunnels 25,530 Making already a vote of 59,174 ten or twelve counties have as yet made and from many reported the returns iplete. There has probably been an of about ten thousand votes in two The whole-number of voters in the at least seventy thousand. Of those ded the polls in this city 48 did"®* candidate for OvreraoTt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 August 1859

air, mum *S%* W^g Wj§ AnrlT ! *f the Steunfeip Savuet. «rired yesterday (1 . ■ * ■ 1 -in xnju uuuT_xaann.rinj^riaimaianj'u-Li-ij-u-Lru-Lrij-LT-i-LX-ijT-ru-ux _ I PaSSSNGBBS * E t3f The (taamship Sowsnee, Cmpt. Crowell, jltdj, TB McOoloo, B it't arrired to-day (Tuesday) at 12 o'clock from N. [ WHHams. Udx * chfld, ( T ~£tl^S*Ud£ üraHui,M Jones, Mr Thomas, CanoU, Airas ,BonB, Smith, OJsW, Mr Booth Jones k fritad—4 on deck and four days fcATEB FROM EUROPE. af«. £i*t,XJap . The 17. S. Matt Denison, from Berwick alebrandt, Joe M C Alexander^ t H; ■ date, 7 an deck, u4 6 Ualtei States and Kexlca Washington, Aug. 21—Information has just I transpired in this city, which leaves little if any I doubt that Mr. Mcl*ne, our Minister to " ' I has concluded a treaty with the Consti I Government of Meneo, and that it will be for- | warded to Washington early in September. The treaty has reference mainly to the right arrival OraTMAlCa^BABlAN\&S¡S^^!£Ü3K\22¡: COTTOIt STP.inv I noose duties, for w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 August 1859

'k.* % K' M ' "'■: ■ ' .-MJUtim [Broa Ok Atlantic Monthly for August] Unte Hoant Stmt he líe , It is slumber, it ia not deatli - Foe the «trastes at to .*"" ' n"?*"Síi^fÍTv' i hU bead; tSST be v -f :1vi" W heard, and he is not And the nations far away Ar -ssiitfsg rffe s®s- ; Uqr talk together and s«A M Tomorrow, pwhape to^ay. Sneeladog will true! And the old gods, the austere - Oppressors in their strength, Stand aghast and white with fear, At the ominous sounds they bear, And tremble, and matter, "At length I" Ah, met for the land that is sown With the harvest of despair! Where the burning cinders, blown Fran the lips of the overthrown Enceladas fill the air. Where ashes are heaped in drifts Oyer vineyard, and field and town. Whenever he starts and lifts •"■SiSBSSiSStftS.. See! see! the red light shines I Tia the glare of his awful eyes! And the storm wind shouts through the pines Of Alt and of Appeunines, "Eneeladus, arise!" ~ÜÍ*BIÍÑT Like dews that fall on Bermon's hill. And rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 September 1859

$&5ZÍÍt. ü p ¡fe* ¡% I VAL GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER (i. 1859. NO. 23. «1LTEST0* WEEKLY CIVILIAN,' Slavery in the Territories. A i orrespondent of the Charleston Mercury I takes tbe following v iew of the Presidential I electioa: itüs* '« 2 ' Presidential election has been used as a 10 oe i bait to lure us on from one degreeof submission 3 ou to another, until we &od ourselves compelled remitting two dolían and fifty cents for! either to submit to everything degrading tomen, * *'n ** entitM to Mher j or to fight against greater odds the battle we ought to have fought many years since. Vot 1 «Míe kiMrt „f b.n tin.. «11„. ,w. *l must now be obvious to everv true- S«.uth- tsd 50 cent additional for subaeoaent insertion. erner> except Mr. Stephens, that we have noth- A liberal deduction nade on vearl; advertisements. and ¡ng to hope for from the Presidential election, ITl'AKT, DCB5ETY * CO. rate* or acaerairnos: Weekly per annum •' "* "If not paid within 6 Daily p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 September 1859

lü present State Conati be the V '11 1 iba ífbT p-^Tiy a*«ner NeptaM *«•S' ^ r ^^der, arrived fta Hoos- _ wtAtST bate, of eetton a d ¿follow!* gTbr Ballard, Hnebeoer Arrived on the 1st of September, the The RTying Poat thus alludes to the labors of Scientific Convention just closed at Spring- Mass : _ After a grand poir-wow ut tii davs, the Wise lien at the East liare concluded their annual j, dispersed aad returned to their muse- tuns, their libraries, their observatories, their laboratories, their cherished fossil remains, and nifcent appropriations of lands, to counties, as their respective homes, and Springfield resumes her normal quietude. The convention appears to have been unusually harmonious. To be sure, of tfat instrument only responded to popular sei#nent when they inserted a provision in it appropriating one tenth of the public revenues to the support of schools, in addition to the ma- well as to the endowment of State institutions. Thirteen years have rolled away, and b...

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