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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 September 1859

ibiliat. Arriral ef the Steamship 8«wmm. Arriral of the Steaashlp «««. Risk The U. S. Mail Steamship Gen. Rust, Capt Denison, from Berwick Bay via Sabine Pass, arrived roaterdajr (Tuesday) evening. Passkwhs—L D Brown. P A Haskell, J X Harper, Jordan, W J Bell, T J Smith, W Wat- kins, W Moore, Wake lee, Patau, J Saunters, Nelson, Brigga, Mrs Kingaland k two children, Mrs Evans 4 child, J M Collin worth, Bart, Mansun, Uaeer, TOM Hatter, Mrs Robertson, Berry 4 lady, H C Mclnstrr, T Lake, J Cran- ner, Dr R Wingate, J M Wingate, 2 on deck, 11 negroes. ElBOPE. FURTHER BY TIK CITY OF WASHINGTON. Liverpool, Aus.18.-the Uriathan steam- ship Great Eastern is now receding her outfit, and will shortly make ber trial trip. Her de- parture íir the United States lias, however, been postponed to the lath of September. The I ¡rand Duke of Tuscany has arrived at Paris in the character of a private citizen. Hig i isit is supposed to be in the interest of his son; in whose favor he has abdicated. A lir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 September 1859

** flinging thy ir atina— What we bmve cone to hear thy sweet oblation Of lore and joT*nce from thr sylvan station. Whr in the puce of musical cantation, Balk ns with pratíngs ? We atroU by moonlight In the dusky forest, yjy— the tall cypres shields thee, fervent And sit is tamnto of Echoes whet thou pounst Thy wood land solo. Hark! from the next green tree thy song com- Mnsic and discord join to mock the senses. Repeated from the tree-tops and the fences, from hill and hollow. A hundred voices mingle with thy clamor ; Bird, Beast and reptile take part in thy drama; Outspeak they all in turn without a stammer- Brisk Polyglot I Polyglot 1 Voices of Kitteieer, Plover, Dock, and Dotterel; Kates babbling, tossing, mellow, slurp, and OfCatSw, Cat, or Cart-Wheel, tbmi canst utter And all-untaught. The Seven's croak, the chirping of tto Sorrow, The scream of Jays, the creaking <* wheel- Aad hwtof Owls—all join the wul to harrow. AAd'grate the ear. We Usten to thy quaint soliloquixing, A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 January 1860

J 1 JANUARY GALVESTON, TUESDAY Arrival of t The Compami F)ower. BY PARK BENJAMIN WEDNESDAY, JAN 11, 1859 toe Charles Morgan " the enterprise OB PRICK O* SVWCRIPT10 Weekl* per annum $3 00 " # •' if not paid within 6 months 4 00 Dtily annum Commercial per annum, Poctmaaierf remitting two dollars and fifty cents for each advance subscriber, will be entitled to the other fifty cents for commissions. RATXS 0 ADVXRTISIRO - For a single square of ten lines, or less, 91 for tha first ahil 50 cents additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on Yearly advertisements, and ta those who advertise by the quarter or year. TilE PAT, JAJTCAJtY IQ, I860. The U. S. Mail steamer Diana, Capt. J. H. Sterritt, from Houston, arrived this morning with 473 bales cotton and the following passen- gers : F M Black, Col Rudd, Dr Baker, Judge ffm ^ Crump, R llorad by, P A Mann, W Mo **" , J Buxbaum, Baratón, G L Trask, ten, Beardsly, Hoey, B JfoHem^ McÍL j Fruuifflh, (iiéer and "sun, Trueai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 17 January 1860

boldt, Hallara, Prescott and Ir stead, Dr. Abbott and Horace i Leigh Hunt, Robsrt Walsh at Among the extinguished . Chor" 0U3 Hum- Prof. Orm- n, DeQuincey, y Morgan. of the legal Counsellor loses R. Stuam Fieb Engines public favor in tlie large ci S^Jand cided improvement in great and continuous labor is req fire in New York, week thorough test was made by 'the efficiency of these machines. The fire took place in Fulton street, and des- troyed property to the amount of half a million of dollars. The Herald says that, had it not been for the operations of the steam fire engine, probably the lire would have equaled the great S19 of 1845, and perhaps that of 1835, when the victorious flames achieved a (jonquest of twenty millions worth of property. One of the greatest advantages, however, •laimed to have been shown for the steam en- gine, was ife superior capacity to work in ex- treme cold weather, in addition to the saving of manual labor in other respects. I14.isoxs TaAics—The late D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 January 1860

Wm mm «#£, -4« r.-v mmm ¿j'' ' ^*'Vv";' - ♦ ¿a ' fe ' PW*m* |R: ¿7 ♦ =±= LT CIVILIAN, (ABB. •■"tf'ñótpüdwitúk'SomqUa*4 00 — 1000 300 will te entitled to the other IT, I860. jy The steamer Neptune No. 2, Capt. Jas. Forrest, arrived this morning from Houston with 86 bales cotton. We are indebted to Hon. R. K. Hartley for Legislative Documents. or We are indebted to Hon. J. H. Reagan for a" copy of the speech of Hon. Joa. Lane of Oregon, on "The States of the Union,—equality of rights and fraternity of sentiment," delivered in the U. S. Senate, Dee. 19. * Our readers will see the card of Messrs. sue.; As mana- ^merits are two well amenta of ours. From lown experience, we can assure the public I thot they will receive prompt and polite atten- i at their store, whenever they favor those 'l gentlemen with a call. The The " Sea Of lee " still continues to draw owds, and the actors seem to pay a little more ention to their parts; there is still much room improvement. For example, if Mr. J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 January 1860

its foil i HOD whieh will r would • ■ ¡¡&P & apst ■ T$ Brace * lady, Mr* Harris, Mrs Faby, Mrs BCTgen," Mre Trnbe, Carter, lady «MD Oil A child; Jo* ssafw readers to the card of Mr. to-day's paper. Q.H. GoV. Wicmm of Louisiana delivered hia message last Tuesday, Jan. 17. He disapproves of hasty legislation upon the subject of our federal relations, and says that the Haper"s Ferry disturbance is a case in point as significantly indicating the mode ot warfare which the constantly accumulating thousands of the North propose to. wage upon us. The Governor recommends the complete re- organization of the militia, and the passage of a for the purchase of arms and pro- He also recommends the passage of laws en- couraging domestic industry and enterprise Sé Governor recommends that the State of Louisiana be prepared to meet her sister States of the Sooth in Convention in case of certain contingencies whieh may arise, He is in favor of retaliating the hostility of the North by a syste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 January 1860

spf I. * Rfei IÉÍ1 "4p ípip ■ * ' - ii m .mMM -:teí!3 'Sp ¡m mmmiyM •. *. ■ ■ ■■%'■ ; "¿Jír $&ém IT Mf ISM. or Th. o. S. *41 rtMWNT I Und City C pt. C.Blake num. from Houston, trrired tbU 1TW balMt eotto and th* following jr,B J J W Cfravea, P A Rr , D , KB Pyr, E Hobbs. C Hobbi, G Jlck- — i,PSMflbr, Mrs Wood., BP \ Corran, J D Collin , J C ' D Johnson! Storj.Wm X SffiHRsfeiS?*' tUr, 3 C Walker, S Shun; DmWi^ J H Morris, J D „ eteiass^ k* The barque Louisa Baton cleared at Mew York, Jan. 7, for Galveston. W Brig A. Harts cleared at Mew Tort, for Galveston, tbe 7th inst. W The schr. Sarah Helen cleared at New fork, Jan. 4, for Galveston. W The schr. Moonlight arrived at New York Jan. 3 from Galveston, was twelve days north of HatUras with heavy northerly gales- split sales, Ac. The ihipí. V. Fannin, from Galveston, arrived at New York on the 18th inst—19 days out—spoke, on the 8th off Cape May, bark Uen. Green from Galveston brand to New York. 'The bark] hlveston, arrived 1 Woman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 24 January 1860

P wmr. ~'V' "jv" :'••-■<.- •- S®2§ g£i • 4*. .- p '■ c: * * ?••'■ t. • ■"'' ~IP H '•'* bt© /-,' "#*2wr' " ••< - &Vf' •■- ■ •Sí liÜÉ *: £jj Wt. CHARLES COUE6G, OBAND c OTEAD, LA. y Institution, under «he direction of of the Society of Jera , ta situated ta Parish of BtLandry.^oae to Oe|a« of tte H. - - - a rjilroad. In 1853, the College the Stale- of Louisiana, and em- powered to confer Degrees anB Academical Honors. Ita Site baa always been regarded as one of the healthiest and moat salubrious In the whole State. The Course at ins true tlona is twofold—Classical and The fl.«j .l tirrrx <B5bzar&. JaBfci- Jrj TBAVELIKQ UKD AGENCY. «, Texas Hers LA. BUCKXB, of Wsjhington, V • locate, sunrey, and procure Patenta, tor one-third of the land or BJÍ cents per acre, on all el*— — than 13B0 sores, sr for 10 cents per acre 1 Couiae comprises the of Latin and Orask- t at College. i*Ms m K i jrj Parents from Tena* mar send ther children tothe steamship line to Berwieka Bar, when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 February 1860

®he CMkti aníi (Balate. vol. xxn. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1860. NO. 45. GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN, ST1ABT * MF.NAH . W—klj pe - n an%r«a> • .ami <> Bunu<i « mi Daily pr auto 10 8U CauMtal per J 00 p ,k<Utii miMU.nt too dolían and fifty ee ta for gklkliurFHteriln. «1U be entitled to toe other ma am uibtkim ywc * "njcle IfBK of tec tine*. or lew, f 1 tor Iks trW 1 j* oenu vkfitfuoal tor ack auinesut-c t insertion i tiwtal Jrdtactioo aUc on rcarly advertiacaeats, and im T.mt erke aivtrtiat by ttaf quarter or year. Tt tMVi JAM ABt 3lt l«M. l-jf The ilcmrr Alice, CapC Peacock, ar- rived tliU awning from Liberty, with 278 bales o «tino and the fUloarisg passengers : Jlw m. B F Harper, K R Srumble, S P ilar- riana, W D Portean, C B Windi, Miss Wvinne, Hum Col warn.—three on deck. 1ST Capt Jamri W. Roach arrived jester Jar at tbe mouth «if Triaitjr river, oa flatboat No. 1. with IS# bales enttno, consigned tu Messrs Salir, Smith * (¿a*, E. B. Xichuls k Co., De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 February 1860

me [.For the Civilian. A If If I E * ~~ Suprttme C«urt. £J>The order of taking up «he Docket of the Su prone Court at Galveston Januaty Term, WO. is u follow : ' • One week is aasigned for bearing the canjes of the 10th Judicial District, beginning on Monday, the 30th day of January, I860, being the last Monday of said month. One week for the 16th and 14th Districts, beginning on the 8th day of February, 1800, being the first Mon- day of said month. One week for the 1st District, beginning on the 13th day of February. 18 , the second Monday of said aaooth. Two wpaks for the 7th and 15th Districts beginning on Monday, the 30th day of February, 1860, being the third Monday of aid month. Wool*br«irbi| in America. Considering the numerous facilities for rain- woo^ofererf Gutter tblu'larinp The sparkHng moonbeams gaily dance the past few years so much progress haa been Upon the rippling river; while they softly realized* Tn 1B45 the number of sheep in J} And placid h ■ light up the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 February 1860

pf Attention is directed to the advertise- ment of Mr.x. Cassel, who has the sgeney for Wheeler k Wilson's celebrated sewing ma- chiné, and ftffers to dispose of them at whole- sale and retail on as good terms as they can be purchased from anjr of the Northern houses- ISrfbe Legislature of Mississippi has refused to repeal the state laws against the African slave trade. The bill to repeal the law against the introduction of Africans into the State was rejected in the House on the 25th olt, by a rote of 3 to l-yea* 66, nays 211. Poer Ornen discontinued— Eurek , Kauf- man gouoty, Texas; Ketlum's Springs, Grimes muntypTcxas. the indian Fkontick.—The Austin Intelli- gencer says— " Lieut B. W. M'Kee, who has just arrived from the upper country, informs us that reports of many Iresb depredations by the Indians were b&ng hourly receired Ilorses were lately stolen on l'ecan liayou, and in Llano and San Saba counties. A man named Johnson, resid- ing in Llano county, was missing and suppo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 February 1860

graíessíuuaí General Agenta* • 4 i " 1 El I I k«t. 1 " ft! ■ • ■ "I I ! id íl '/• Wht&mHm TEXAS Srwiafi focblnc PBPfflT, TKK'V ÍTIMT, aiXTMTOIT. ^ ttsi B*c*rr a, ™ J Stujuk. A large stock of Wbm'Iih ? 0 PáTMT Plantation A family tfrwixo i«'ui5H 01 enty variety and sty le. frían Uie plainBlatkWaI not Tal) le to the m. .st elegant (MM reliable Sewing Machine ever ottered , . both In tibí quality at their work, dwribility ami sim- plicity. Their ope ra tionure easier learned than those of any other Machine!, whiwJiey work with ease on tha finest «ilk or tile 1 wariest cloth nr leather, which they work in a very ¿apenar manner ; Baking a straight, evenly laid uaa, much finer than oroinarj hand work, while both sides of tha cloth are stitched nHke. They rarely get out of working outer or rami re repairing, and are hj mbuIc that an uuentor ■ utr- hrm "ii ordinary rvpairsHm them, ontil they are wore oat. With these advantages ower other mm feel conhdent W eed's 1>Met,t Sewing Machhw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 March 1860

í i tlttlWW* % .'Vk& • R ; ÍP ,• — —Jíjt i-, *?*• $£ í ¿s¿: r ,'" /tA 3Ü¿-; •ímT" f.dis** í« J8«:ar lt W A 3*1*1. ■■-•■■■ .. v,;- ■ .' • ■ - ■ : -. . 'í ,t V: ■ -■' ,Tú-'<* i'\ i\ * r -ft '. :;:|A.j VE a.'- j7'?P «Hit^X/« ": * -í «JS J < ri¿iítsA t<iCK# S4/..J *i -"« 2S2'2 2SaaB#e5!9 tes eO£-;iáE X rrj >wí* fjW ítr ift ^WttB ■u . RJPt'P - • 5í¿f# si * G,¿ai «4} aü* rteirv •>*£**( witmr ! fae nc-rtl teá? nate* inApsru *¡ c* atfjunytf* TrtaliJ .«as:* .& a.T!sí injíjMÉag CALFESTOX WEEKLY CIVILIAN, niiii .sa i ■■ - i j^ga ©ALYFsrON, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, I860. NO. 49 STUABT * MEN ABB. nucí M Hnatmon: Weekly per annum $3 00 V not paid within 6 months 4 00 Daily per annum 10 00 two dollars and r, will be entitled to the other fur a «ngle «quare of tin lines, or lesa, • lfor tha first and SO cent additional Sir each aoMtijfbeiit insertion I ll i i«l ill 111 I g a I Mill nn mrltn 1—rtiirmr nti ■nil ta those who advertlae by the gnarter or yeaj. TTESDAY, FEBHI AKY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 March 1860

z¿ ■ Two week* for the 7th mod 15th Districts beginning en Monday, the 20U day «fF* «aV, third Monday of Mid month. IB* greater pie.su tb*a to be able to Texas, •sel should circumataaeM ave* pet ilia «r power,I ahall wtM to* * . I regret that mv engagements are such •* that I an usable to stake any dafiaite iient for that purple. "i remain, g Qt1eown, imrjwspastfeU/,your friend and feUow-citiaen, EDWARD EVERETT. H. Stuart, J. E-Carosa, W. Bichardaou, H. McLeod, and otf ~ Jt Hi lalto <R iKistiag mt. lisd omhss about at play f y. ad «tout of limb, half their light frota him • -nu -iT# Aad pat fo , tow, undscneath tbe clay, IasMK job would give tbU spring day. Pass away All the pride of boy life begun, All the hope of Hfe yet to run; Who dam to question when One saith "Nay ~ not—only pray." tST TheTJ. P. Mail steamer Island City, Capt. Forrest, from H"u«ton, arrived this morn- ing with 412 bales coltan aud tWfottowing p«s- R H Martin. Oaburne, J Ellereicr, X N" Bany, i9fíJL*ÍThSrS±^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 March 1860

87 CwBObiMli.B 3 Gablman Mem, H ,Wb¡ts, , . . JI Pnn«. «*«. H Leier Kohn, Hnrbner, Conner, Crvdental, BwrtL. .! !> nn, Hamra, «giSsíss: fc¡"¡¡¡r- na 7 - i Potter, Buflum A lady, Baker, ', Dilbroth, Dará, Cah , Lewi*, 4 bro., Wilson, Janear & tssri¡st£srs^st&P^ s sfS? i j sasrs *£5ÍM£i taiSÍarÍ Mc/adde™ MnU&r, Mr Terry tad child, J M Gonld, IC Barrett, C P Hatier, J J Lynch, Dr Ed- - b, Cobb, West, J B Baker, A yf Tbe bark 1. M. Hicka cleared at New York,February 24th, lbr Galveston. fg- It will brsew, by reference to bia ad- rerusement, that Mr. D. E. Morpby, Auctioneer * at Sew Orleans, will aell on the Mlh mat., at tbe atora of the importer So. 81 Tehoopitoolaa street, a large lot of Harina cigars, Sbwabdism— We shall soon bare the politi- cal programme of tint arch agitator, Wm. H. Seward, for the next Presidential canvass. He "A an elaborate speech in the Senate, oo the 29th ulL, as we learn by telegraph, in favor of the immediate admission of Kansas, under the Wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 March 1860

mm- Dentist, u.y profession, I rs " ■ my D1 .S.D.: DB. F. FOLUlN) - PHTálCIAS.SrBaíOS iSDACCOUCHKCB, From Pari*. I_M #f Che VstloW Fever District oí Louisiana, now Maiiomi Imniam i* Uax-votoi, with ■i* fsxuv. • •- officii Tftanont Street, oi.e door ido J. Han- to ittM?-' rjj,', Drag 8 lore, next to Hie Boat Score op «tain, be • mi HM- ^ alwaj J lie roaml andeotuulteil privately, from early the*-«rf . a., tó uaif OuV.ock r. ■.. unle&s ¡jthernrisa Profts- Orders punctually attended to. ae r the French to Idler, next door «omer <tl iba toru.er re uteni> of Frank': Or terry. octlldtf ... - *re -.her .üivhities. 1 MfcH&e* *tli '«^1 «if SLiuaf.u.'turuii.' — Makers, ur any , wcrk. Barí*** aa>i , *? a. a. L'liuai Kii. jokcs a. w. saw. sabia A, Janets Sabia K Sage, il veston. hu. Houston, Texas. 1 TTOKNEÍS ¿XI) Cur.NaKLLORS AT LAW.— V Will collect debts, remit money, defend suits, bay uud sell land on cottmission, and attend to kud , argue eases in the Supreme Court at , J A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 March 1860

\ *' SRsatteaalWet-mms?- -a&i .Ai n m « 3 <> H tl 5Cttt\ vol. xxn. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN, STUART * HEHABB. noes o mioinu : Weekly per annum $3 00 •' " "if not odd within 6 months 4 00 Sail, per annmn... W < Hwwii^whl ynwtiiB ................ 3 00 Poatmaaten remitting two dolían and fifty cent* for each advance futucriber, will be entitled ta the other fifty centi (or eommlnions. UTD o* AUfBTimo: for a ringle aqua re of ten linea, or lesa, $1 for the first and 30 cents additional (or each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on yearly adrertlaements, and t tksaewho advartlae by the quarter or year. TUESDAY, MARCH 13 1860. OT Tbe D. 8. Hail steamer Alice, Capt. Williams, from Liberty, arrived this morning with 21 bain cotton and the following pas- sengers: A Lillard, Rhodes, 1 A Lacour and son, G S Stephenson, D Boss. OT The steamer Diana, Capt. J. Sterrett arrived this morning from Houston with 332 i and the folio wing passengers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 March 1860

,UJ i<3 :£ v ** ^f-WW18|8WW """^ > i\«S^ SEB2S. %#¡¡ag!zX?£ i-—i Udj* Child; Cm ¿'lady, Üͧtefe?Slí£~ if, to f note Moi*M. awless, i • that bare i now'united ■ in the oppo.Miüoa ranks.1}. If i__ tfc the Ciriliu, we plead not guilty! "t *ha proof . - **,rs~r"f • class of journals re- Mr Jaikeoo—17 Ob deck, 6 negroes. De'il, Kikes/Twank, Bob- a and son, Wr, Quinly, aUi H BEFOSE vkba ckci. •ah*1' J at the V.wj« &seisr*¡Gb£¡ ordws gwlni** *«***!&** balsa- ew **' — adtoi «r*n i*8* i^.iln of the ™"Tl í*^ trbo w*_ ^ Indians. •* giT8n t^&^SSS^SSS^ . _j<íh «SfiasSSfWBfc t anticipates a fall- _-—II ■ j_ IBmiihI—mi nf °r-L IT"""1* -* u one of — ~ t«-h of the red- iaes3y< -««uwted That SEE 5S?«afra^nt in the oomrtyjMtn" than fire miles of anytrtrn, and nut mol than two men toto absent at any except on • scout or detailed duty. He will make lamtMr «taras to the B ^ tire, add in the game win be of nish correct information as to the operan i of all kinds of (kaejr fabrics m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 March 1860

ItheM- monLr faomBetwink nuil of Saturday ~'1 ¡üTcartereftbeS. 3-1 .taJS fcTOrtaun h— < potion near th. willjsake of the city or i will jiri*1* «re m 1 tn t.kw ear rf interest "> 1 Crockett Manrtoo, Al- i ' Mffiér k fboüyt Bed- Barstom, Lagrand, •W Tüí tw e* lírarpooltetí* ls* ,h. four day tart. The "Í "tton . „ljB#9 « 90th were only February " ' vbich have at aothorfced quotation# us w«r«d tod February *>* " ■ ... . taujin, Ori --®* MVMHn^ Hofeil*; • ¡¡ Th* '"ft- i Oook, Ji SSjuaa 3iHr imtr M«Mte Th# gales for ,:... ..7 1« I . . 7 SSCP^..-7 «j■ 55S5W«-- nb^U^ the U.r e of which «toj to arbor. •«**£ LATEST FROM E1R0PE. BTP-t'imgE CIBCASSIA?! •;W* Ifcr : ¿e «Wm with those " r Uto «tire, the ¡"Wk'fe-J## which will b« e<fcwi to- the mumi: „ _ w v March 1#.—the steamship UTCTpaoí and London, tag 39th, were limited to ^ «eutatora and ,pt the fine qualities have align J A general decline of M# « "P0^' fc, T« Gastos _enta of the week, eadii* «* te noted in the Brokers' reírte. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 March 1860

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