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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 July 1860

4Y ! -r 1, y fectk l • m MORNING, JULY NO. 15. GALVESTON 10, 1860. TUESDAY VOL. XXIII. Arrival of the steamship Texas THURSDAY! JtLY 5 I860 GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN PUBLISHED BY STUART, MENARD & CO. ni ot suascaimoH: Weekly per annum • • • ij 00 •• " •* if not paid within 6 months 4 00 Daily per annnm WOO Commercial per • • • • w Postmasters remitting two dollars and fifty cents for eaeh advance suhacrilier, will be entitled to the other tiftr cents for commiaaion,. um or .dvirtisino: Por ft single square of ten lines, or less, $lfor tha first and SO eenti additional for each subsequent Insertion A liberal deduction made on vearlyadvertiaements and to those who adrertlae by the quarter or year. TPESDAX) íctí 3s I860. A Oolidat.—Our printers not wishing to ilesecrate the national holiday by work, no pa- per will appear from this office to-morrow. iW The schr. Hoyt, 42 days from Boston, arrived yesterday to Adams, Jordan k Co. The brig Yankee Blade, from Boston, arrived yesterday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 July 1860

mmm \ ÜATBBBAt, > of the United Uat Monday lr.F, D.Howir York, Jaoe 27th, for Q l* it- > Cuele £ Camel ex- hi " i follows: I the hist r of tlwl 1ST The -ehr: Whirlwind cleared at ] York, June 2#, for Sabine 1 Mr 0<>odrich Hioea S ■ . dw-k —_ n*w Yobk Hopstok Stat Convwtion.— The friends of Gen. Sam Hoaaton have called a State Contention, to be held at Schenectady on the 18th of July, to nominate an electoral ticket a candidate for the Vice Preai- Pmabamt RmCTiM for almost all the ills that fiesh is heir to are advertised by the inven tore of patent medicines: but none of them ap- pear to be moro pcpalar than the prescriptions of which alcohol in some abape is the main in- gredient. We probably cannot do a greater favor to a numerous class of invalids than to republish a popular -prescription of this class : "Take one pint of whisky, stir it well with one spoonfal of wbisky; than add another pint of whisky; beat carefully with a spoon, and keen pouring in whisky. Fill a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 July 1860

r, P jardo, June >, spoke bark Island City While our exchanges from the interior complain of great heat—the mercury m times above 100 degree*, we continue to enjoy the most refreshing breeze on the coast. .The thermometer in welt shaded places, has not indicated orer 88, the present season, while the breeze has made the ^temperature appear much less to the feeling. I# The Louis ¡lit Democrat—until recently the leading Democratic paper in Kentucky- supports Douglas. The Courier is for Breck- inridge. _We think Douglas has no chance in Kentucky, and cannot before Bell has any but there is no saying what the old Whig feel- ing mar cffect against 'the Democratic party divided. Anotusr Mam Mi-kdkrkd pok Money.—The Independent states that Mr. John Farrel, a citi- zen of Bell county, who had started North after sheep, carrying with him not leas than a thou- sand dollars and how much more is not known, Was murdeml within seven miles of Belton, and the money carried away. The affair bad c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 July 1860

Wis '-■W anitetwiU , fe.1 fwtat Jams®. mi* K/i ; W&Mm, out of intMwt, $156.750 00 ] 0,5(10 00 9,«U0 00 8ILIPPBR3' CHARO] ^«bor arrengliig for classing, 9tc,, V t All" cotton delivered Uncompressed not laying storage, «ill lie charged t hale. Taking off Weights from balo. BATES. Damaged bales examined k. picked, $ bale 75 .. Bales covered and roped In press 93 00 .. Broken bales, when dry, Hebaled 4 00 .. Broken balsa, partly wet, assorted and re- baled 4 «¡0 .. Damaged bales, when wet, or pickings dried and ra-baled 6 00 .. Extra rope to Teasel* on compressed cot- ton, per rope 10 Upon all cotton returned from the ship, doubledray - a(e «01 be charged to the shipper and any labor that «I? _ estate, unincumbered, in Hartford. Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolis Tim Money due the Company and secural by Mortgage. 454 75 Bill receivable, amply secured 7,040 56 City and other Bonds 2tti,nfM 60 500shares Ilartford and New llaven rail- pany stock... 107 shares Boston and Woroeftter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 July 1860

^ : • - --«■*-1 -y ■ ¿. -*J? _gn__i j, i ft V- ;i: "J * i - , r/••:.;;íy,> ■ - 'v ' — i? i tbat (he a m. the nth iu*t.,, BL--. wlpMBB H|pK - ií^a pí; ■' iits: ■ - mm x m BAbUJüEU tiWíÉiMMÉ' mmrn be apart oí I which lately I I—>w| ¡I 'J f i A f c mpa fÉii ÚílÉÍ£^S!^t&M Batana, say in th« city, it type. It ia Later Pro* Earope. 8t. Johns, N Jnir 18.—The steamship ork and Galway line, to the' totoJLjKraA8, bat the i that M «i . pXwfonxor l 5 0.8.1 S.i SfM-Jil "9fe y, the salea of cotton were 15,000 cdbtors and exporter* took ► to tha trad Mp|MMnPfi owner. - -. A*M fgr We Liters Crescent day baying failed, contains no the favor, as it the latest datea. «ppíroí «serré.' : * • 1 ^ mwmm the Half bun* oft and a and l of earth, w all Ills fritfidj Uk Q( wlUnl^ftfl Aad swore Oat To* waa sak aad and the* were right. or brine of the whit* scoundrels have escaped— havebeea arrested, so* has been hung ia «MtWortk. The people are oo the track of more, the wWe Northern Country is in a sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 July 1860

muí i mm í,- following pw fire feet highland of an ante-ehamber end is a large round Prewett calls the Bali atetes tbut W* fithfy Friday the «* , market dosed | in tte ind tiiAt geo - giren halls in the chamber freqnsatljr-the was in the winter ot I860, at which time * were aboot 18 or persons present. if™™ lamber they retraced in the right branch, or is port of 1,049,000 gallery, They how it about three quarters of a mile, states that be has been in this did not get to the is from the inside of a Breads tuffs am* FrsrMsm. LrrixrooL, July lí, T. m.—The Liverpool IresdstolEi Market closed generally unchanged tpreviouB quotations. The market for Provisions of varioas descrip- tions, closed dull hot quiet. c Latent frssi Lesára. Loxdox July 16, p. v.—The supply of money more liberal. Best bills were taken at 4 per cent The foods are unchanged. Consols for money closed at Earopean Pslltteai News adrices by the steamship re- of Italy are important an* a DUPONT, He. <99 Brad war. New Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 July 1860

I. <r / I ■ • « V W"m:K' : i ' - .-'L^ ' "y. " 1' V TTjr TU* .*> "• -.i ■ ~c. st iew 11,721 bbls floor, 4,173 > sacks oat*, 100 bbls. pork, 320 bblg. 18 bbls. molAisea. 600 Tex , 18}<c. WO Tex* , 24 2*. 17^c 23 lbs, private 1200 (the Saxon Merino blood. TH. t <00 ewes, 80 to 100 moa, remainder wethers The care mad > hi flock is described as follows stable, about 110 and 9 to 10 Houston Couwrr, according to the Asses- sor's returns, contains 422,980 acres of land, rained>t 9S9,052; 2439 negroes, ralued at $1,499,725; 2488 horses, worth $194/38, and 11,108 cattle at $108,131. BIT The U. S.Mail steamer Neptune No. 2, Capt C. Blakeman, arrired yesterday morning from Houston, with 3 bales new cotton, and the following P<u en9er .-Un Kelson, W W Levy k lady, " Brown, W A Van, Alstyne lady k child, -• Jt Hash, W Hume " " Cole, Hetties—^on deck. J P Hash, WHume, Jas Carroll, Menard, O Wisler, P C tg* The steamship Magnolia, Denison, ar- rived yesterday from Berwick's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 31 July 1860

ÍW: 8\st Semi Annual Statement. JBTNA mSUBANCE COMPANY! 1819. Capital, , March 17th, 1 i- 7,040 Mi «••¡¿00 00 LNDKEWS & GBO aid -Retail firaeers, 8TBAH os h—J . tell *ttt general assortment bwerfully FAMILY QR0CKRIÍ8, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, BOAT 8TOUB, TOBACCO, LKiUOBS, *u>. rhieh lie forniahed to qoantitie. to wit parchaaaia, and of qualities guaranteed ta be aüifcct&ty- TQ> Country merchant. wUl And tt to their target to call and e*amine out «toe* and prices. (octasn 8,750 00 r railroad 1UH 00 ^°° '-S lrrw I icturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware of •• Providence, HI k Trader Bank stock icy, N.J I stock, Boston, M's " St. Louis.. — i St'k of Mo. B*k StTk " Safety fond B'k Sfk, Bos't, M's Bank stock, Hartford I County " " Charter Oak MM 11Sir New York 5,300 00 5,300 00 Ijfl-i OU IJXñ 00 20,400 00 10,500 00 31,000 0O 10,100 00 17,844 65 10,600 OU ,5,000 00 10400 00 11,0011 00 15,000 00 46,400 00 65,610 00 10.100 00 . ss^oooo V ,040 00 9,750 00 :, JBÜOOOO 2í3E JB. SHE...

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

r- í«8íi xxm. W KIWESPtY^HJGtsI 1, II LIES®ON WEEKLY CIVILIAN, nw«m« "JÍUA * MEWAB * CO. rticBO* c"C*,rno"- ,3 00 J Smontht * J® fdolíárf'■* ¿«y eenlator T, will be eafitW lo the^her íommlMic"'- ^UnlSr«*t *lfot«" ftr" toerttm vtdvertisements ,and t or 7«. Political Bxel|e** S 1* Ti*®* 1*" As appaara by the I®" Tbo COD yté well coiKiuctíd paperj ■Austin c "P > and W. W. Tb. ■■■ líp CbaBiorgan, rived Ust night from Mrs. Rendren, M?^?hannon & Wwtfag^Maurice* i Hcnuabi , t compon" engaged in tak n the wrecked steamer Bon n fire to a?; hundred doliera' . The wrpck is cao be seen at lott water, and his extremely distressing —The newrpepers say I r¥ork Houston convention, for the ' an electoral ticket to for President, met at Oorojnodorfl Stock* > Presiuent; but, in the s an electoral ticket, the meeting "1 of ooYy a fey persons, broke among the I, t'rou.'N'ew TJhta V,. bu b«n thrown mto a \ta££, th9 Cit8meDtn°^r to ¡SriÍ a Black K¿ town of Qeceoquan, in regara to ^ publican move...

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

Ajpcmrr ^1 E. Von Beanletn, from Car arrived at Galveston, with -mm SIR .• held os mSSbBMBH - BBBPPP - M The regular Stntofionvention of Demtféi called by «be State «xecotive Committee, had 640 member* 420 for Breckinridge, and 150 tot EVK91 publican parly. In • a be proclaims the platfor^u and en; be eij nucíate. . Dónelas. It nominated «^ electoral ticket, policy and objects ofvthai or^ix*t«miPjH* 8 -- - ing to obtain control of the federal goreioir'' i of Breckinridge & Wool.—We see accounts of sales, at New York, of some 800 bales Texas wool at 24328c. for nnwasbed, and 32<335c. /or washed. Thi Tim op Dat.—When it is 12'o'clock at Washington City, it lacksk quarter to eleven at Galveston, and is 24 minutes past 12 at Boston. ' There seems to be less interest than I in this coanty, the present season, in both 1 and State elections. The annual election takes place next Monday. |3T* Friday is a sort of fast day with the t Civilian, there being no mail from New Orleans **^nd ...

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

£• ARent 81sf SemirAnniud Statement. . . jETNA INSURANCE COMPANY! CHARTERED 1819. Capital, - - - . - $1,500,000 00. Assets, - - - - $2,194,100 02. STATEMENT. J AN tfAS Y 1, lflfiO. « STATE BOMM: 150 D. 8. Stock, 5 9 ct.,«eoian. Intereat, $158,750 00 10 Kentucky # -" " " . 111,500 UU ll T.nn«Je 6 «,0UU UU 28,1100 011 4) jU) (Mi 51,500 (II) 27.500 Ub 9S.UU) Ob 3U/BS! 3t 4TU,tHti ir. idise fcc, either lor ss li. W. 8TROTHKR. DK.WITT O. STONE. I860. d6mo-wtf « '• 2 a< SO Ohio asukio U3 Michigan SO Indiana Cab R-al estate, unincumbered, In Hartford. Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolia 73X90 00 Msne; doe the Company and second by Mortgage 444 75 Bill receivable, amply secured 7,040 31/ City aul other Bonds 209,1 ) 00 300abá*a Hartford and New liaven rail- road company stock.. (H400 00 8,750 00 road company 25Ü share Connecticut Hirer railroad a pany stock* •••••• •••••••••••••••••••• 107 abare* Beaton and Worceater railroad SO^areaConnecticut ¿ver company stock Bank Stocks : 30 sha...

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

ston 12¿0 M. Bice cleared at Bos- w Galreston - rtyV. f'1-1 mM^wm ) Hantsrille Item mentions a rain, of t a half, at that pWce. -The papara report Mies at New Or- > lb Texas, with bars, at 17c., and free of burs at 20®23J¿c. 11 lift, week. ierald says that Mr B. ding about six miles from Lin- i rnnntT. Jul led a moccasin snake a ¿re and a half feet longhand ve pounds. Tn K sigrts or th* i lost and bewildered trarelers, seem tobe t elintf in a circle, though nota golden one, oat making any onward progress. General Bickley continues to issue orders to this in risi- ble clan; bat they do not men of Bboderick Dhu, leader. In hi* recent Washington City, the ible hosts to repair to their as by the 15th of citizens of Texas appeals to the Southern tions. The object is canizing Mexico, and meút of a Southern ment is said to be under The Knights are represented to number already 50,000. We are compelled to discredit nearly erery one of these statements. Tbe people of Texas hare not raised...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 August 1860

¿m. •'*"c . • . •.¿,«r '-•" ' -T ■> • V ' • I . VOL. XXHL N, TUESDAY tí A LY ESTOS WEEKLY CIVILIAN, UTtAET, MENARD * CO. raro o «cwcmirnoi : • Weekly per ^ ¿ mont'h't 4 00 Daily per*nnnm ~ ¿T Commercial per annum...-- J uu Poatmaiten remitting two dallar and fifty cent* for each ad ranee subscriber, will be entitled to the other ttfty cent for eoaimlaaloii . um 0 WOTIIIM: for a aiiwle square of ten linea, or less, $lfor tha flnt and 50 centa additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on Yearly advertisements, and to thaw who advertise by the quarter or year. TPES AT, APCTTST 1, IMP. tj* The New Orleans steamer, doe this morning, bad not arrived when the Civilian was put to press. We understand that a change of boato was to have been made the present trim *n<^ probably a slow boat has been placed in the line. The State Gazette learns from Mr. Hamilton, from Burnet ceunty, that on the 25th July last, the Indians came down and stole thirty bead of horiM fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 August 1860

-Wr* FBIMTt ACQCST lO, I860 illation is made, ribed to to aoddoubt- LT, Atom lit I960. Xtr Tb* U. S. Mail Steamer Alite, Capt- Wiliytmi, commander, arrived this morning from Liberty, with the following paaaengera: Mm Meyers k family, Stansberry k toother, Gregg, Savers, Caneda, and one on deck. Jcdicial Euktiok.—The returns come in slowly. The Telegraph of yesterday, farniahes the following as the result so far as beard from: Thompson. Palmer. Edmonson. Galveston..., TU 315 Barría.... 39S 1003 10 Walker V..HT 330 Grime* ...183 317 125 Innatural tistory kites are birds of prey;. - - with boys tbey are fanciful eontriraooea of pa- to that pass that the nation is in ara. Eren bine both these qnsbties. When Gen. Jack- j ¿TiboU*®* a>d his son, are ÍT^híÍ enlUW tOOfrftUCW l*thr kees for an attack w their faN«fc%s d it U «* requisition tod to mad. on the upon United States Bank paper a ttomost AtV fcc aid to assist in quelling capital aflkir extant, accused him of heme both . ■ t. . mal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 August 1860

sSSPMi 'V'-- 17;-, "**^sSP ,-gp t Civilian. HON DAT* AUGUST 13, i860. C#T Tbe Flag 8*y ike sanitary condition of BrowntrOle was serer better than at present. HP Rain are mentioned br most of onr exchanges from tbe interior or Telas. Charxd at New York, Aug. #, brig J. E. Jievins, Til ley, and schr. Kate Stewart, Mather, forOalreaton. ES?" Teaterday a report was started in Gal- veston, that the Kavasota Depot had been bnrnt. No anch news was recetad here by telegraph, as was reported. 17* The abipping List reports a sale of 20 bbls. Texts Molasses at New York, 23c. per gallon, cash, and 12 bhds. Texas Sngar at TJicts. Fbciohts.—We notice among the engage- ments at New York, a Teasel of 231 tons, to Sabine Pass, Texas, $1750 j one 366 tons, to Galveston and back, $2800. 3?" We invite attention to the advertisement of the Planter's^otel, which is offered for rent. It is one of tbe most central locations in tbe city, and has lately been enlarged and greatly improved. IW The Fort Worth C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 August 1860

IJiumrantt. E. P. HTMT, Agent * 81st Semi-Annual Statement. JB T N A INSURANCE COMPANY! CHABTERED 181 . Capital, - - - - 00. Assets, - - - - $2,194,106 02. STATEMENT, JANUARY 1, 1880. STATE BONOS: 150 O. 8. Stock, 5 9 et., semi-an. interest, $156,750 00 10 Kentucky • " •• 10,300 UU 10 TennosM 8 '■ " 9,00" ~ as New York " " 38,00 1 " " 41,500 80 I " 51,500 00 5 •• ' " «¿00 00 Co-Partnersfcip It «tice 8TB0THER A 8T0SE, COTTON f ACTORS, And cmuümm Merchant , Simoin. rpHB smlersigned h v. this day formed a oo^partner- - - under the abort name, tor the parpóte of to aU tu- nees entrusted to our care, we respectfully solicit eo^ signments of produce. die witt c. 8tomjc. Galveston, March 17th, 1880. 30,883 30 471*846 37 Cadi.... Real estate, unincumbered. in R&rtiurd. Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolis 75.890 «0 Money doe the Company and second by Mortgage BUI receivable, amply secured City and other Bonds 500 shares Hartford and New Haven rail- 03,500 00 8,750 00 454 75 7,040 50 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 August 1860

nm „ ■ > x "',^£'rí "• "y" >«:'4 asaittgq *JÜal vol. xxm. galveston, tuesday m< g, august 28, i860.' no. 22. GALVESTON WEEKLY CITILIAH roiLUBEB BT STUART, HIENABD * CO. niei oi iDiKtiiTioa: Weekly per annum OQ •* " " 1/ not paid within b month 4 00 Daily per tnnom jq g| Commercial per 3 00 Poatmaater* remitting two dollar and fifty cesta for each advance subscriber; will be entitled to the other fifty cents for commiaaiona. BaTEa or advutuihq : For atinóle «qnare of ten linea, or leaa, tlfor ths first and SO centa additional for each snbaeqaent Insertion A liberal deduction made on rearlyadrertisements, and to thoae who advertise by the quarter or year. TPE BAT, Al erST 21, lgeo. w The steamship Victoria, from Gal vea ton, arrived at New York August 14. Special Notices.—The Lagrange True Issue of August 18, contains the following announce- ment :— ..-ri?'í!i?r M?fadÍD. facetiously denominated Ihe reías Cow-Boy," a young man offender years but giant intellect, will preach in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 August 1860

FUI DAY, AUGUST 84 I860. The Brownsville Flag, of the 8th, records the following news from Mexico: Letters from Monterey state that Vidanri had left that city for Saltillo for theparposeof rais- ing men and money. Saltillo was known to be \ST Divine service may be expected at the Episcopal Chnrch on Sunday next, 26th inst, both moraine and evening. Service beginning at 11 o'clock A. X. and 3 P. M„ the Rev. U. Qninby,' late of 8. C., officiating. Hidcs.—Sold at New York, Aug. 15,200 dry Texts, 24 Jb., l&H cts., rejecting bad hides, 6 mos.; 800 stretched do., 23 cts. "9 # • Judge Griffin, of Washington county, Mississippi, is said to be the largest cotton planter in the Sonth. His crop is about 8000 bales. Ür We did not attend the Bell and Everett meeting last night; bnt understand that some four or five hundred persons were present, and that the proceedings were conducted in an or- derly and appropriate manner. Sals of Fin Nbjbois.—At Petersburg, V ., about four hundred worthless...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 August 1860

ION DAY, AUGUST 27, I860. t3F" The brig Anrati has arrived at Gal res- ton from New York. ta* The ship T. W. House cleared at Liver- pool, Aug. 8, for Galveston. Fatal Accidmt.—We learn that a man named Sanford was killed yesterday evening, j the accidental discharge of a shot-gun. tar The storm which recently visited the coasts of Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida, ex- tended across the Oulf to the Mexican coast but fortunately did not extend to Texas. The following articles were cleared at the New Orleans Customhouse last week, for Texas: 10 hhda sugar; 15 bbls molasses; 1240 bbls flour; 7,496 sacks corn; 680. sacks oats; 25 bbls pork; 74 hhJa bacon ; 50 tierces lard; 1(!8 bbls whisky. HT The V. S. Hail steamer Magnolia, from Berwick's Bay, arrived yesterday (Sunday) with the following passengers: Meyer, Truby, Augill, Morton, Schmidt, Petz, Vieth, Seduck, White, Ricard, McKltienny, Stern, Whittaker, Edmunson,Dowling, Ronton, Bradbury, Clark, Moon, Rosenfield, Loraine A servant, Big...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 August 1860

PI !&> -* ■ - ■•• J w k- L r. 4 L. 85 New Tort IV fliMoari SfcObio ! 0 :o S3 Kk>ug n Cash. &W 'Stint-Annual Statement. JETJiA INSURANCE COMPANY* ED 1810. UjHUI, " ¡t¿Mí>ttV HO. Assets, - - - - $2,194,100 02. él ATi.Ui.NT, JAN LANK 1. HUD. mrvAvm. uoniMt j ■> 150 c. - Stock, 5 9 ct-. kid: an. interest. $156 70*1 II 10 Kentucky ^ * 10,3 uli é •• *• *♦ <*• 28,000 to 6 41,31X1 00 6 31.500 (10 6 * " 27.500 00 6 •• •• '¿f MNj (io í¿>4 *" ** '• 30^ír2 Jl> -.. 47ii,I 4 Í 27 Heal eswie, uninrum'-ered, iu Hartfnrd. Cincinnati, Louisville and Ittdian«i>oli* 7 i* t'.vM 00 Money doe the Company hi id ea-ured by Mortgage ha lb BUI receivable, amply secured 7,040 ó City and other Bonds Viftj,ur"j ijii 500 shares Hartford and New Haven rail- road company stuck 02400 00 250ahares Connecticut Bttrer railroad coto pany stock 8,750 00 107 shares Boston and Worcester railroad comjiany stock 50 shares Conn *xticut River company stock Bank Stock : 50 shares Citizens Bank st...

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