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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 March 1860

MáM § mr-, n iv -kis. i^éA Ut&t-éQ m • :-* -*■*; * - ->>. ¡a *-_ te ~^ffr-s. «y *"4- **5 3 ± i- 't-irnlt = ■ "-'- : ' ^ >•• - - - GALVESTON,. TUESDAY G, MARCS. 27, "Hí Capt. I. Sterrett, Tipton, Mrs Mrs Atchison and —, Vn Faby, , Chad wick and ter, Hard, Finale? Lewis, Isbell. Misi «W out of and the following pas- Indian depredations and murders continue to be committed on the frontier, and mnch alarm and distres still prevail* among the settlers, The Indians appear to be^dirided into small parties, scattered along the whole northern Iron- ifer, and eludo the rangers aad Moid coming to battle, whenever there is a chance of success oa the part of the whites. Twenty-seven Indiana is the largest Dumber reported to ha in one bodj ; hot parties ef ftta five to ten are to be seen in almost every direction. A letter in the Bello* Independent aw " The reports faom Comanche are a little in ^«SfiSCK which was scalped, and the other, a girl, was only stuck by arrows with the hand,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 March 1860

ING'S which ought of Exeter i «he 14ht, 1860 Art of now employed beep estimated in this «moUt packet Alice, Capt. WiUianss, Ved lh morning with J1® C. Hikw>i urired this i witfclM balsa i ___ ^ """ "J .1'sss|^agSmSí psS8^ Al-l<ar^-wSvwr "aT!w'.1".u?' In lwTSere were is theUsfcadKingdomI, tSW&E&yef War fer m- Jg^t^bTirrSS a-a^TÜ Miner, McKmney, | SS^SL?2SL^JSSi2SL2SS? *■ period a conskfc^ahie aumber oí * milla | háaáot soft and awe*. contaWgy SS**?*? ~ J| Atal i a ifanflari : as an amendment to the Military Academy ~ 'WSK&SEtfS i committee i^, in the i fb, ha* Starlight, from New York, ^ 8,^^ j i bill waa reportad back -ryrf iJM _,l^2 to Mather, Hughes A Saun-1 to the Senate, and is the c&triJjTfart'frat hLjj!£*.Js i favorably acted do bjafti* Hence, the bill was aoipwssed rié# Ajrtved this I tkalnt* Cate Sttmter, ta Wm. Hendly & Co Md fta brig Empire, Milter, to J. Shackelford. I the" ¡e Hemphill appreciated the fact thai it <v«m *«w York I woom be betie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 March 1860

[%*' Y m B Barden, letmm, IBvMfli ~ " ibiaaoo, A Yonnfr. Boyer; FTrora, g Swapaoa, /B Brans, ° ► ^ - - * *■ - ■ A J 70ns, yBBBmiiHil) .A A Hweeney, Bas A Caws, Colonel t&~ The bark Pitrat, Crowelt, master, from Newport, Wales, with railroad irpn, end the bark Island citj, Kelly, ftom Boston, arrived at Gal- nilw, March 2ith. BWiiBtWIWli torn on the subject of tfw Presidential election will be found in oor t ot the author > need say that we neither endorse the opinions of Jadge Do-gU. on the «object of slaTery in the Territories or _de«re hie aooDHtte by the Charleston Cob .renticm. When the Presidential question is narrowed down to contest between Douglas ind Seward, it will be time enough foros to decide between than; bat as yet we do not con- sider thai qaestion as made. Wears not among those who think Hie Democratic party can elect no one but Mr. Douglas. Any trae maa who "W ** nominated at Charleston will doubtless Letter S*1 the ■ A UrAur uok *M Huiré am an.—A letter ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 March 1860

f TVTELBOjr* SHIELDS, Whoksal ..X era in MerebandiBa,Groceries, Ac. Also. Gene ral Mmhant and Staler in Beady Made Clothing, Shoes, Has. Capa. Umbrellas, Famil; Groce" x, Ac, Powferhom Texas. . > Liberal eaeh advances made uueottrci shipped to my friends in New Yoik er Near Orleans. Will buy hides awl notSai. So call and see. JanM ly - N. IHIKLDS. Alderman Leonard moved to refer the matto I . specdel Committee; which motion iu WiAH^^l drews Bowd W disposed of at tbb meeting; after «orne diaeo - nam, lUma Wurd moved (bat the eeU memorial be not sustained. The aye and nsys were then ««lied for, which resulted as follow. Ayes.—Andrews, Beklsr, Beissasr, Kraae, ■smIisiij nrrep i «*a,|Bi bsaafav; wdhan fldhm 1m: fcn .. ás; Poarl starch, Mmf SiSfiSSjiSS IftL-sa EdUateraa; «Id a variety of Braids and Curls (or ladies. Hair Dressing, Sharing and riaHiiirv' KsuWishment, oppo- ril the Tremont House Ouranii Tnas. BRAIDS FRISETTE8, tas., always on hand. ianSdwlF lamp Black, 1 Black Lmd, 3 Dé...

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

SIM —asas mm« I . .- -I :: ; w4> :7-.T:. : "S¿- flífi.S. Jua«6TÍ¿> ... - u • y - u*** ,fMj« .te*- .{.ov*- -*•** «*T -®c V* Hvfrr. ,.• -■ t J"'- •.<*«! if* WB - +,,* ■:• - '• memm tse ; • T.-r-, JÉÜti . «:«!* Jkb v. j .Set, i-> is- . V-V ■ - K. ffH ,• c ol • j ! i^OT^T tn -* vosr.>- r„- J J .OB" ssá*1 teittr rláo co .-> - j«v, ,rw v : Mb. í •;* }« tax's-' • c v': a sidos faüaitfííf.. • *> ■ ■ * . i 17? fe' ■ '•■ f .. .t:J ca ■ " ¡hrj.i • - l^nvo srcstf: ¿ j~ "ji ÜK JwÜJ'.'i *1* * «* Ú .u^fOui •' pM¡ s Bv'i* UJ j *_ c füit'MB';!'. rs- NING, 24, I860. 5 Hl'KSDAY, APRIL 19) 1860 GALVESTON Wt'MMBAI. AHUt 18, 1800 lira for something, be not idle I ■ Look about thee for employ I . Sit not down to asoleas dreaming- J°T- Folded hands araever weary. Selfish hearts are never i Ub for thee hath many dnt__ Active be, then, while yon may. antler bhwinga in thy pathway I _ Gentle words and cheering smiles, Better are than gold and silver, With their g£t dispelling wiles. V the...

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

Civilian. The UaiM«States Berenae Cotter Bent) Captain K. C. Harbj, mmmawting, ha arrived at Galveatoc, in four days from-Ver Cm. SheJiringaC.LeDonn Eige^Bgq., Sec- retary to the U.S. legation in Mexieo, as taearei " ■ of State atWasb- S.M nar, Mrs Toley. 3 o'clook to-day, hoa by Capt. Chubb to tome miannderstaad- trtp ortheSan arrangements hare city will catty at 5 o'clock krJa the etty of Sal- ty evening, ot takes place at of tifav- UeaL Taylor, of Oe yMOMpi 0f Ma the Battle of great pMnab. T*o speeialfwpoae of'i eity, and crowds are We understand thai the universal? or lo be exciting boats are toy tor the visitors best this from the interior. have boon BMdt for tkí MtertáiBBVt of ttw guests. jmm Iwj .—ih*i* is an error la some of the aewspaper aMadtta, in. the location of the new light at Jupiter fclet, eoast of Florida. LatitwkH.deg. «5 via. 29 sec. north. Loogitaede,4* deg. 05 min. 0 sec. west oI Greenwich. .. r —— -r.*-. * , . ssngnmary drama. I was whole scene, and have pot V...

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

Tn Ktiroorr Wxb.—Tbe • «tW Fm and hi uaocutea from published ft fending the* actoi following ground. Fee *od ki ice J<*D;G Hit IlIL fffff & •ad l«áy, Williamson and Son, Wb«t- - — - Hatching and tfa* following brirf "Thud*; ware «bout two the Battle-lielü. TMNaaeafcljr vtl Called to order, wlieu a large lUkr of the «oUtier. wIh. were jireüent on the memorable pccaaloti, «*' «■ml^rj'aixnn tbwatend. wbieb bad bee «reef- ed |«I- iM> 4*P¡ Va, and ©oi. 0| layetie, waa aeleclui tu 'yrwÚe. • Orér that ataúd floated ■ereral of the old banner*, wbiob LaO been ear* Had ib tin bat tie. ¡feaubwj beeb pwpami is front oi ibe aland, bat owis# u> ¿w hummHjt large yesembty, the greater poMlo^bwl to re- main utaudiag, and the aeate ware all occupied by «be fair ladies of the aaaeáiUj. Patriutie ipeccbea wet made by a number of gentlemen, eulogiaiog the aoldiera and liaiaeaof the Bade, wbiob wero reeelred with shoqttr ofjdy andeu- tiiuaiaam. A receaa Mt* tahas and tbe large aadieooe repai...

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

"X m 3Mtfti&mrnts wianrtfL (ronntrc *> «msfódf ^KtSOH It SHHSUW. Wholesale and Retail Daal- o u«W. GRAND COTKAÜ, ¿reciten of ■itoivUNl in t£T K. Colisa A. C. CBAWMW , : . Iiioitii i Sunt ta INKS. &t ríes, átc, ac, ID54 Liberal &ah ltf3K* i£sde on cotton to my friends in New York o# NewOrleans. WW hide* riuI cotton. lio cali and.see. "-«v* *N. SHIELDS ¿«j &«•&! P who had giró des and ó ja 18 !y O EA-BWEEZK 1IOTEL, ¿aluril Texas ,l y i O jftnaw^ JEfee proprietor of this House would wmmmmmm —— INOLB *hW*«. Cftratar Front Power ««tí! -^farta&MriteitSA DWMWtVl or two han*i> lA\rf>W>-' V+I PR one. two, tl mctrfc {Wh S b.-aerao The Conree ot ua« French, Book Moral tad natural Phi The Commercial Cooree comprises ttesame t>ranehw with the exception of Latin aad Greek. Tutus—Board, tuition, «aching, medical fe And stationery S'JtNl 00 Entrance (for the first year only) W 00 Yacaüon.lf spent at College .40 00 Music jwrmonth ., ....- .*.. 600 Drawing.........

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 May 1860

•- ' . - / ■ .^'a.;.T:; «Élf "*• '"Vs :$RwMS®| s5®5 ' "W*- • * A4'' .5ir«fiJ £2 ;! '|J 1 VOL. XXIII. 'N,\- TU t fELECIKAra. Houston, 9 A. ,51., May 1, 1860 lMO> L¥ CIVILIAN, TO LI«BD IT WHAHT * MENARD. . or vi_ **,CT °* 8bmc*iptioí( : v weekly pet annum• .^3 00 .7 " ** ^ not paid within l montha 4 (Mi Mly l*r «annin ; Il> <H> Commercial per annua... n DO Postmaster remitting two dollars and fifty cento for «ch advance subocrlter, will be eatKM to the other fifty cents for commissions. «4THS OS SDVCXTISINQ I «* f* i** •« . *1 * th trst "f 50 «MlUonal for each «dmequent Insertion A liberal italuctitmVMde'On YBarlyadvartisements and —> Who advertise by the quarter or year. H?~ The i(. S. M. steamer " Swan," (.'apt I W-oclr, arrived this morning front jábert.r with VI bales cotton, 19 bis. Mdise'. i'uttengers—Mr. Mow and Lady, Mr. Bryan Lady and Daughter, Cook, Green, Dr. Williams ratters, Dr. Gillard, Spies, Mannice, Andrews, Bryant, Steward, Quick, Cnssman, Gray, Hooks....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 May 1860

.-'¿vi mm Island City, •Hived this morn- i with 285 bales cotton and the Jones, Islv,C Tucker, Cato, Dodson, «2^ Handle, Cha^Thómaaon, Mochil, Winters, M Eaal? tdughler, Mrs Sorghoor, Miga Smith. Miss Handle, Miss S Handle, Brewer <k lady~Miss Nafle, Mils Klein, Mrs Rollins, A Hawford k lady. Misa Sea well, Lemmon & lady, Michaux, lady i ohOd: Misa Sherman, Branson, Bradford, Anders, CUde. yg" The brig A. Hopkins cleared at 5ew Tort April 81, for Galveston. BT The brig Spoth cleared at New York April 23, for Galveston. ■Tn LcCTuax or Q«o. D. Puxnra, at the Casino, last night, drew a full, attentive, and appreciative audience. Mr. Prentice makes no pretensions at a fieolaimer, and avoided public ■peaking until late in life; J>ut his manner is easy and graeefal, his articulation distinct, and -hia voice though slightly impaired by time or imperfect health since we first saw him, some thirty years ago, still strong enough to be audi- ble, in all parts of a large hall. He exhi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 May 1860

lie $¡t'¡liaa. r^BAl T, I860. _ ' TbcU. B. U. steamer Mice, from Lib- " ntj, tirirtd laat Saturday with U8 tales cot- ton and the following The V. S. Hail Island Cjtt, Cepi. C. Blakemaa, arrired yesterday ( Sunday) jornlng with 878 balea cotton. Paaenger*—John Bogen, T B Stedaoo, S E l, JJotowo, Battean, W 6 Stuaaer, Grant, Walton, M I^noó,GuiIford,Marfc)worthington, WP ' ADHaneock, C White, Pieroe, Keeae^S reo. Kr*. Raymond A child, Ifi Hyland, HM Walking * lady, 1 Hrortman & lady, Mrs Cotton, J^Morgan, K>y, Booth, P Lanham, lira. Fruier Mr W Lenor & ltd; George, Whaif, un, Hafaermehl, VT Mr. J..W. Gregory, the agent at Hew Orleans for the great Southern route to New York, Philadelphia, Beaton and Baltimore, re- te na to say that be hat removed his office i City Hotel Bailding to St. Charles, corner of Gravier street, New Orleans. Tin Thousand Wonnum Trass—Com- prising the marre loos and rare, odd, carious, quaint, eccentric and extraordinary, in all ages and nations; in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 May 1860

Wm 1¡1S to aa Ik STATEMENT, JANU interest, 156,750 00 10,500 Ob Lard Oil, Polar 150 0„?. Stock, 10 Kentucky 10 Tacaos ana. in Hartford, __ njm Mooey do* th« Company and secured I 454 75 7,040 56 SW,069. SO fi^ííS^tonaildWora^'taiiroad ^ 50 AwM?«wKtieiit River company stock 1,250 ISO shares Citixens Bank stock, Water bury 50 " Stadord " Stafford Spring ng Eagle " Providence, KI 15 " Mechanics * Trader Bank stock Juiuiil/ City, M.J • 2UU iban* Revere Bank stock, Boston, M's 100 - Merchants " St. Louis.. 200 B'k 8t'k oí Mo. B'k Bl'k " 100 " Safety 'and B'k St'k, Bos't, M'a * Otilar miscellaneous '«■—■ 5,300 00 5,300 00 1372 00 ^S¿7^^^¿S^^1á£2STílRM«18 * TAKD-íJ-a* U Briggs, Nabor I P.*" ) C lathing BmjwrluBi. and Oentfaaj^a tur- and Bran; Hickory and Cora Broom; Citrons, Cor 1 nlsatng uoooa, Tremont «r^, ami.—xna . Prted Aty.^ >nd„P*tcb<* ! D 8. PARSONS, Shipping and CoounMon Mer r boxea; Crushed, Powdered, Loaf and Brown sugar JOWhaa^^daalerta Lumber and Carriages, Qal iordon's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 May 1860

.«Si YOL. XXHL GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1860. NO. 8. GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN, ITViBT, MENAHD tc CO. mien o> (uiaottrnoK: Weekly wf iiMwi — |3 oo ■ if not paid within fi month 4 00 10 00 3 00 ^miMlaf two dolían and fifty cent*for ak«Anwabrn " " - fifty c ■ for t, will be entitled to the other 11tb o* advkstisiko: Vor a tfngleequare of ten Unta,- or lea*, 91 for tha fint ad 90 eeato Kfcllttoaal br nek mbeequent insertion dMn vearlyadvertUementa, and ■ by the quarter or year. toes: BITI BUT IS* I860* . We are indebted to Jonas' Express for ; late New Orleans papers. J. 4 .&T the steamer Alice, Capt. T. PeaoocH arrived this morning, from Liberty, with 226 balea cotton and the following passengers : Mr Van Pradelles, Mrs Crane, J E De Blanc, N Shields, J Taylor, Dable, Murphy, Redman, Wa'" ■Axis anp New Orleans.—On Saturday, the 12th, the cars of the Texas and New Orleans air line of railroad arrived at Liberty from Beau- mont. Our informant states that in a very abor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 May 1860

lite (imlian. FB1PAY, JUT 18, [9* The brig A. Peter*, McFarlaad, at New Torfc on the 9th instant, for Gal tar The bMk J. W." Friend gniscbr. pede, from Galveston, arrived at New York on the 9th inst. latcw- yg~ The U. S. Mail steamer " Island Cirr,' Capt C. Blaieman, trrired this morning from Houston, with 333 bales cotton, 88 juries wool, 41 beef cattle, ISO head sheep, 4 hones and the following passenger*: Derrr, lady k boy. Hareonrt k lady, Allcorn k lady, Williams k lady, Mrs Mnrry k child, Sins A lady, Mrs Bogadale, Johnson. Bay" Johnson, La coder. Camp, J A T Bonn #, An Richardson, Drew, Thompson, Armstrong, Top. Williams, Davis, Are herd, Talbott, Albey, Bonnoo, Carr, Griffin, Wamack, Loais, Folk, Fa#, McPhalr, Jenkins, Byal, Nash. i '# Te esll attention to the card of Messrs. Maury A Wilder, who hare formed a copartner- ship for the "purpose of transacting s general commission business. We would also call attention to the ftct that they are agents for Wilder* Celebrated Sala...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 May 1860

Ik* (fivilian. RepaMteai Cnratioi APPORTIONMENT OI TOTES AND BULBS. - áf' ADJOUK1ÍJTE7ÍTI* GREAT EXCITEMENT TboU. 8. KaU arrived this ( i«ia udy, HTTboü. S. Steaaahip Matagorda, Capt. A. 8. Gardner, arrived yesterday (Sunday) morning from Berwick Bay, with New Orleans mails of Satoday and the following passen- *«*• Moffat. Jones, Webster. |Mua.fcld,W.fhing- r, Campbell, Moi- , Rom, Chain but, , Bay, Butler, I<enryston, loyd, Coywell, Moss and lady, Miss Mom, Misa McDowell, Booz, D G Mills, Carson and family, Branler and family— j> on deek. I Of CmLiZAViON.—Yesterday r) waa appropriately observed, by snn- I divers horse-races on the beach, and On Saturday night a darky ltqok place, at which the elite of nigger-dom flfarod, viaing with, in dress and jewílry, if not eseelBag, aay of their Jfaitasf and Mistee' Oh, these poor down-trodden 'niggers! -Monday is generally fruitful with incidsata, bat ws have more than oar share of them to record to-day. A Sunday paper might rob as of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 May 1860

E. P. HUNT, Agent A 81#i Semi-jlnnual JE T N A :, ; S| INSURANCE COMPANY! CHARTER Ml . Capital, - - - - IU*,m 99. Assets, - - - - «2,1*4,109 03. STATEMENT, JANUANY 1, 18BO. US 0.8. Stock, 5 V et., )• Kentucky S •ii New York « " an. interest. 1W,7M 00 ' 10,500 00 it 30 tnjm 871 7,040 5C City . 500 shares Hartford and Hew Hmoi nU- road company stock 950 shares Connecticut River railroad com loTsbsies Boston and Worcester railroad SihSraí^oBDeetkafc River company «took Baak8Ucks: 50 shares Citizens Bank Hock, Waterbury SO - Stafford •• Stafford Springs " Sacia 4* Providence, RI IS " Mechanics át Trader Bank stock Jeresey City, N. J 300 shares Revere Bank stock, Boston, M's ft)0 - Merchants 44 St. Louis.. WO " B*k St*k of Mo. B*k St'k 14 100 M Safety Fund B*k 8t% Bos't, M's Other miscellaneous items 100 shares .¿Etna Bank stock. Hurt Cur.i 4,750 00 5,300 00 5,300 00 1-ÉT72 00 100 100 400 400 100 386 200 100 400 250 300 W) 100 100 300 300 200 800 H00 100 300 200 1200 200 400 820 «UU • 40...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 June 1860

. 11 Ir • ta iva MM 'Md teta* tflOe ^ a t a t*M*r 8BWHI U l Bal* «Dl<Un, «ftkr lí*n;<a*i n YhalbWaaawImtaoeMr. ce ma* WWnH—láj *' " j II ir ili i bI—imi tullían MMMÉ— { ' kii meer.teswn fwtttir it: '.ewtiheaemmaríisehlaaisaw®!,, uia, *■' ** oeeeiiar tta! NlUssfe i Mkl. aehvrea.: te «* u i tba rtvrai Matxnih abtaa* >■., U^UIMJ asá|plteBibHhaahBiHii.a*tohB i ¡üüüí Í" • .oati! tbr see ^«retbearawatSikMaaeseOlivia: icr admission as *b«*¿aat*BnaWBaakyB t,tteopW*iciur., i**|0fcMf :atetlUarr !ahdteeoeíeBse esastaes eperatata-, I ra*tciw«>wm «IMI ' hSht-, jmmm üívr i the rineviil.' widh ;iar"* MtJL«sbéfa ManamMI *^Ti iM1 lluitl ■■ ' Yoeis. HeraU: New Yrek 'table ijumorraH' ttonvaatinivwill di. orlad <bf*U."timr* *b ' U«hk<í*liper, lUtswwSsUnla.ocw anewr: Ut aueMiou fcUnpiJ ■ Advocate an. &éáfW¡<!>hé4ytn Moa tor did y, ibee ¡ alloc liveaecoaBloiBid t«tlab«U"J eeaK¡ I bsedtoeeir plec ! ppmaweittaWtlto: tlepeUscou, i mendauoasiaf Much ennriüuoosa norride t>f i ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 June 1860

- *.{ .*** iS&óS12* * SATCBDATt JTSE le* I860' reoentfj «bot ia n affray Ho«.—8«M *t Hew York, lWe Texas,«« 8WA*.-W«Ba4¡et «! , * New York, oí 75 hfed*- T U~ ja the liat of patento during the wed •Ddíng May 29, we obaerre the foliowing: O. P. Danee, of Cotantou, Tezaa, for •• im- provement to haapnt xilhtoaea. Vicc Comm. tocooxizra.—The Piesident baa raeogaiud Benjamin Then aa Vice Cen- sal of Spain, at the city of Qalreato*, Texaa. Nbw Yoke, June 7,18*0. Emtob CiTIUas ,—The kkv ateamahip Victoria, Gndworth, commander, saito for Gal- veston direct on Tbntnday, Jane 14th, at 3 p.m. The advertisement add , "Tbia steamer ineneet at lowest rates," and "thai the steamers ot this line ai intended to aail from each port at regu- lar isterrals." D. Golden Murray sends I hope she wilt tarn out better than the "Corn- did. ' "m ' * tST The brig Mystic cleared at New York, I ARRIVAL Of THE NORTH BRITON. j for Galveston. . TIE EXPE TO SICILY. to order^aod win, of ÁlabMSJto^cbsir. Presidenta ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 June 1860

B—1* I the IN. It) %\t $mlm PAY JtWE lg, 1800 ^ xbe bark J. C. Kahn, from Liverpool !J| yesterday to Wm. Hendly ft Co. The barque Houston, from Galveston, yátei at Lirerpool May 27, ' Judge Longstreet, the distinguished president of tbe South Carolina College, has lieeD appointed to represent tbe American Gor- fmment in the Commercial and Statistical Con- vection in London. good.—The Visiting Committee of the school for girls in Boston has recently forbidden the eaciers in those schools to assign the pnpils lessons to be studied after schools hours. yy Aranama College, located at Goliad, will close the exercises of the current year by public examination of the classes, and by exibi tons, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 27th and 28th of June. Mom Metros.—Tbe Gonzales Inquirer says, u 0lie- 0f 0ur sheep raisers passed through town this week with a drove of mutton sheep for the (iilreston market. He will drive to Eagle Uki and there take the Bailroad." £gr Tbe State Rights Democrat head...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 June 1860

«itIMiWOlk ' THOS. A. ALEXANBERi Hartford, Jio* 8* WW. STiTI O Co*Si CTKCT,j llartfonl CwntJ I Personally appeared before me.a Poce duly qualified u> adadnister oaths, Thi*. A Ate •Oder, Acting ten*!*. and a** ■* ■**'"J? the fhreguing sutemeiitcf aasetsand condition oÍ tin J£taft luiuranA Coup* * i «rae. HENRY FOWLER, Justice at Uw taca. K.O. RIPLEY'.Preat. J T. K.BRAC*. Jr. 8«> I. A ALRXANER, Y.Plss. I J- B. Baaaxir.Gen Ag\ FOr"y* Y EAKÍLsnd during" that period have |'«üo te— moa mint to «tore Thirteen fllilll mt Dollar* I forcibly ileuonstrating the ability «Í the Company. and the necessity of Insoranoe. The, annual incóate of Ike .Situ Co. amounts tc men more than &ml>U that of an; Skadar Pire Id •wane* Co. h the United States. The undefagned, A ¡cut. is authorised to issue PoB- dea against loss by m •« on Baikliu.' . Stocks oí Merchandise. Warehouses and contents, Manufacturing EsteNldimeiits. and iwrsona property generally. Also. JhctUing Onus* and Chtttenis* PARTI...

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