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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 September 1860

_ GALVESTON, TUESDAY MOANING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1860. A NK '*■> ¡¡fr|Mr~ff lettei and affidavit U ( The following win. ler.ueU accrual of a lecture without «oto or comment '¿eUvered by Profewor Henry, <*f Hie Smithso- i of jmlgiig whether it is a nvin Institution, on the 28 instant, daring the ,bi - , Mar- to W. —, from Newport, iron, to KauSman k \\y 1 .14 ñ 0T The steamer Neptune No. 2., Capt C. : Blaketcan, arrived last Sunday morning from Houston with 41 bales cotton. [ Calrin k lady, Mrs Powers, atham, J B Williams k lady, Sullivan, (W, J S Smith, W W Warner, Johnson, íes, L M Jones, S A Chase, John Rindon, J H Stooe,, - MBS B i. Jones, L M Jones, S J s, H Lovering, J W Pierce, G Shaw. E3T*lfae (florado Citizen learns that last week, a plot was discovered* (he neighbor- hood of Lyons, in the lower part of Fayette conuty, among the oegroes to organise them- selves in a body, (about tira hundred) go to meet another band at LaGrutge, and thence proceed ti> Mexico. Tlie leader ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 September 1860

3 fE&SlS n. Board t^TJSX*. I,¿¿.,' of Bell and Everett arc ¡n- tho regalar meeting of the Union Clab" this evening, takers will address the tV. f . M. ateainer Heptane, Capt. I this morning from Hooaton l oottoa and the following ' k 3 children, f, B Harria, Clood, Peery, Bornea, om, AÍtaehnl, J Ryan, FScranton, Mra Maasie i Xaaaie, Miaa Conger—5 on deck. !• MB WiUB.—A letter from Aspitwall, ths 164k, say*: A large number of filibustero are arriving ma California, awaiting an opportunity to join Walker la Kicaragna. As yet we hare no late MVS from Nicaragua. Tbe English ateainer Trimm i. expected to-mem.w from Greytown kmu m Mmco.-The Boston Atlas con- tains the following— Wf tew mb a letter from" Geo. P Q- 9* " at Richmond, August 3d, iriaiiu to alargemanofitatnrerof arma in thia Stete, giriag aa order lor anna in lar , to be daUrared at Matamoros, * """«xas, by the fleet of [ to pay for them in cash on "I I i' were.... r $17,512 All this was fully made pablic months ago. The a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 September 1860

' ifiBpgn' i*?. w. yiuvwi «* i y * dr j r*- rs' '*1 r* III liiít>M'<lÉl Mill ÉM Hi. NMnu ngote, wilt 70a resista are by forcé to their ¿A 1 tad only 38 hoar, few wind. MMy Emms, Hube, Lsvae*. qf A Breckinridge and Lase meeting was bride* the Market lest Saturday night. The principal address wh delivered by Thomas M, Jack, Esq., District Cut ed to with much quite large. IVAfegro boy, about tan years old, was killed the railroad ear . He attempted to pass before a car, but fell, and the wheels passed orer and crushed his besd. Be was the property ot Mr. f tk~ bimself for HT We are indebted to Rev. Mr. Shipman, of the Texas Book Depository, for a copy of the Genealogical and Chronological Chart of Eofiand sod Scotland, by Mrs. Mary W. B. Hicks, of Woodiswn, Miss. It embraces, in s very euariaf form, many of the most interesting feels in the history of Great Britain, since the landing of Julias Caesar. Copies may be bad at tbe'Depository. tSF" The U. S. Mail steamer Alice, CápL D....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 September 1860

o , - - - ■ $lf JI4J Im :rn$ SMÍSSB 250shares 454 75 7,040 5b 62,500 00 tleatBiverr 8,750 00 10S14 00 5.300 00 S3 00 IXT-l (JO as 120 Stock Horse coUart, of lands. Iir i!, oe- real and per- oí elaimi and par- State. A B. M. TBUEHEART, B g~ra> Agento <hlv«ton. ft CO., MARBLE DEALERS, having purchased the stock of Adams A Howard, irill continue the Marble lainess at their old stunt—Mechanic street, gj* Orden for every article in their Une executed Country'dealers «nulled. giLfrp . Jane 1st. 1850. iune-l-rt- Jeresey City, N.J i Keren Bank stock, Boston. M's Merchants " 8t Loáis.. B'k 8t*k of Mo. B'k 8t'k - id B*k Stic, Bos't, M'# .ceilanaona items..... Bank stock, Hartford Hartford County " Charter Oak " " 900 •' Bank of M. Anier - w J« " " America " «" " Batch. * Drovers ' " City ' " lap. A Traders ' " Market -«L. !l.: Wm N. JT. Lins. ft. Trust Comp'y " U. 8. Trust Co. " Springs BI fc Trader Bank stock ** * 1¿M oo 20,400 00 10,500 00 31,000 00 10,100 00 17 £44 65 10,800 00 5,000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 September 1860

3 o na a ví a a i o «j*#r >u¿« «oí ¿' ***** *«* *+ **11 u* it.1 #5 * ww* •i* m "a* -.9 a mu a 0timzsis1u mi-ji* aht nsc« ami ««iaü % di . to j- * , « << w m> i .famtmtlfc *m * r.«a 'yi*w •« * >«-g wwrwrwi .. iiitoif* i * !-*j ^,<«.4 a ,-> ■wtrrtl.xc «utu-j v w "* v*l ;¡ - *+*+ ^l&s^cjsj-f ! aft These {(*• daíup emwl claratioo oppasilkhl miüno llwl lo con .tVEffSQN, -TOESgAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. I s ( jo. Í555^355S4M- tie son were drawn#! ,$ ford tbe«uuhit .f comj¡y&p * > f&"• osftns^^rl' j :;" - - - ~ h *«f €ohwm!tl«* « 34 0.íó anyfliatW* "u.1m bw^mjffear,. 'pfct. * * ***< The river ts out "f ¡18 banks - n bolh si les, ¡y*l / / / /.'; '.' ,e' w>8'l «as sdilmvgm^j km t r—m v< j'«minmlra *jrc;??*v,vmt$ |3t tbe steam i> rope tier Fhiríáa, u: pijrátmmw ¡^- s iaic ,evw, , bis me^jhtna i km*? residential ''"hn 'MIWHlUf wmniultf f r u mié toar. ■-'-tu* « ^ • -• r& j► m-i mftbl tbe xwtyncitttihimit f Srt3E5STÍ„aS"gSSKSfi —iltuy it clearl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 September 1860

i larger tajonee fcbi tale rains, CotmH** « ^rfaf.*.taveryrapiaiy. Shoal • frosts until lata, there *• cap arado than waa expected. agr Launched at Onaporl LLialkeM of August, a sdwoaer of about 1M tama, ai light draft, designed for tka Teaaa eoaat trade. She te o raed and will be commanded by Capt. CtttJ. H. Weill. She U naawd the "Anna M. jUaiva" after a daughter of Capt. Wte.Jofca- ■oa of this city. ma to bare bad accoatplieea ra California, in bis late movement upon Cen- tra! America. A few days since, forty Ameri- cana from San Francisco, bound for Head oras, arrived in a Prussian brig at La Union, a sea- port town of Central America, seventy miles S.S. S.af San Salvador. marriage as bis own, bat dedicated it Hi tbe his own. Bebas been pi far yean, in connection with Jas. A. MeHatton. Columns of newspaper are filled with suppos- ed proofs of tbe abolition tendencies of John Bell, while we are informed, that be is tbe larg- aat slave-holder who ever ran for the Presiden- bodimen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 September 1860

reates eiaaad at B8f. 10c. ■ wj wet. - COMMERCIAL «ISMUm. la ateadr. tad the o but WrUmf mm Am. Boatman,* Lnft n*n for grate hare Wm Aaertea ami úm BUcfc Sea. MARINE. — hiwlmkhl—I of Commw Lord Pat- i authoriUtrvely dewed that A t 4a had thwalccüri to mmi her wmi into Italy te aaffMrt Napiea, aai aaid that Austria woald hi aea ¡■fctwHoa till k * " t Era No. I, Qayt. J r ( Saaday) aAeraoeo, from the Bro- zo , with Ml hale* cotton, aad 44 beef hide*, I as follows 48 hale* cottoo R k DO Mill*; 48 do T W McMahan k Co; 4* do Sorter, Smith 4 Co; 34 do W Beadfar * Co; 1* do Wood \ Power; 44 hides W. Jenki H^The Lacy O win, Capt. Se odder, arrired this (Moaday ) moraiaf from the Bran , with 31 bales 49 bates to Mather, Haffbes * Saaadars ; IS do McMahaa A Gilbert;87 do £ B Ntehotr* Co; 73 ¿all, Hatehiaf* * Co; 18 Dwl Raa- dle k Co; M Soriey, Smith k Co; MIMm, Clan sato k Co. HT The V. S. Mail «toamnhip Magnolia Irotn Iterwiefca Bar, arrived yesterday (Sahdsy) with the ftiUawiag iniiapn : I«...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 September 1860

S55S Hr ti^cmir tris lurt&rtasl >T\TIt NAUY «*r*RtMLK *7***1 -r- * * XA* The preprie^w : wl T£TTUI^Bt'JÍ|4r4UM TKliS eaii appeal wk phvifii-iaii* rva<¿4 4M íísátí s. hecfttlM nivf a tai ion hcruioiorc ii thi- j.oint will ^wHr^yuw ■ w-'i waawigy Tlie cutisuiiii't uu of liosteiiéi s Stomacli KB over a half- urerfof HOB H B1T- ifctK1 eanfitlenee lo ■J « «yflhe ümte<C «**.< «** AT w ¿WiM v?-*me**d JT3 MalfrAni IWLhwhk ají tea aeepti- w facía powerful!/ MlH-lul and II deej SIOE ORfST A l iw facts opon Iban - i5 í.*'lK5 BLAO UKOKu ^^l&SffmD'S ASTT for chm% two, üute^t lAfftAws. I.A* ftNMüisr STK Matigon)^ C Úkííib Antonio ters i(W Adjunct . > %***, AN'QLADfi. Teacher oí «.MM* nm:m ■Uliasír íTOTOTO TU iHioirrwjtnc could nevs the 2? th of Jíiu never luivt- Item soltl but fw the «* RISON. w } K *í _ «198.13 «0 «S 3 ' " o «orí* * _ Wire* **■***■■>■■ «* 2 i • «ap m j;.. . . .. ... a>uajmwm ')* «ladfcrr *. 30/88 30 #* «* - IM O. B. Stack. i&XM&Jk ¡H§n the * ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 September 1860

m vol. xxm. galveston, tuesday morning, september 18, 1860. no. 24. IÍ.1L7EST0N WEEKLY CIVILIAN published it STUART, BENAM 4c CO. nmiWMnctimai: WVeXly $3 00 if not paid within S Bonita 4 U.úty per annum 1U 00 Commercial per annum 3 i' iitnaten remitting two dolían and fifty cents for ewh advance aabaeriber, will be entitled to the other iUty cents tor eommlisioni. ratn ot aavnnsixg: J..r a únele square often Uses, or lea*. 91 for tha first ■ n I 50 cents aiMitiooal for each subaeqoent insertion V literal deduction made on vearl/advei Hsiuii'nts. and t > those who advertise by the quarter or year. Tl'ESDAV, SEPT. 11, I860. tar The bark D. C. Murray, Lee, cleared at New York .Sept. I, for Galveston. ÍIIDE8 sold at New York, Sept. 4, 17 cent jier St. 476 Texas, 24 )b, less 4 per cent., re- jecting bad bides. are indebted to Hon. Jobo H. Rea- gan for virions campaign documents in favor of the election of Breckinridge and Lane. f-g"The Weatherford News teams by par- iie« from Palo Pin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 September 1860

14 « í- ir aiiSTf «Xtbe&tí; ands k Xs& ts£&& mü MBUlf D ®"1 "7? *- V. FBIEDEMAN, M. D. At Philadelphia, Sept. ¡¡-Cleared brig W. C. Clark, Dagget, for Galveston. yr The official returns «ho«r the population of Chicago to be 109,420, and Milwaukie, 46,323. fST The Board of Health report three fatal caaes of yellow fcverat N*ew Orleans laat week. The Picayune aajs that the* are straggling cases, and the Board has no fear of an epidemic. far* The brig C. B. Allen arrived at Boston Sept. 2, from Galveston. The Allen, on the 11th end 12(h, lat. 37, Ion. 88, experienced a heavy gale from N. W. to S.; lost main stay- sail and split several other sails. HW The Americas schooner Virginia, of Tannton, Mass., Lewis Horton, master, bound from Philadelphia to Indiano!*, Tex a, ladeo with unfinished cars, 4c., got ashore on the 7th ultimo, at llaternilla Beef, and wa3 there burnt. Nothing of any value was saved. The captain and crew, with two cabin passengers have ar- rived at Nas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 September 1860

v';~ M r Klrina from Hew York, with Sckrs. Rate and Joo. RatxHpb, inii *> I- _*1V In■ ■ %. msteoia, wit o minoer. Tbimtt Rivn.—The Palestine Advócate of last Wednesday MJI that the river U falling, and will aooo cease to be navigable, wMwnt more rain falls. ' ASIA. .01. TRAHQDUv" •. Reparta. lal daring the week ending the 4th serve the following: A. A. Park, of Columbus, Tewa, provement in ! for im- Thk Rscstrra of Pbopccb from New Or leans, „ last week, iuclnded 32 hbds. ságar, 150 bbls. molasses, 2,287 bbls fionr, 4,281 sacks corn, 482 sacks oats, 60 bbis. poHc, 431 casks bacon, 580 kegs lard, and 124 bbls- whiskey. Ths City or Arwnt, according to the late censqf returns, contains a white population of 2,480; colored, 960. The county in wfitch Auk 9 tin is situated, Travis county, white males, 2,707; wbite females, 2¿¿j¿—total 4,9fi0. Male slaves, J ¿6:'.; female slaves, 1,577- total slaves 3,140. Wheat.—The wheat crop of the greJt West has turned out very heavy. The says, that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 September 1860

JB T If A INSURANCE COMPANY! CHA TEBEO 1819. frrw.i, --- - $I,MM«* M. gTATXMINT, JANDANT J, I860. STATE BONDS: * 120 O 8. Stock, S 9 et, semian. interwt, «156,750 08 i3u u. a. w. , - „ ' „ „ in am na 10,500 00 9,000 00 28,000 00 41,500 OS 51,500 00 27,500 00 CKy, B. C im«. it ion paid to taking to be used in the Coarto and to the collection of Claims. ^ Jgj^Offle , Mora Castle, opposite Messrs. K^D Baal Broker*, Land Loaator and General AcOts fcrU* pm^and«rierfj^,bona ,ne- flf ««-a* collection of claims im par* «tog. ta* In «f^^ry^uínKART, urfaoCTlAffnU. Galveston. I ííl . j in Hartford. Cinonnatí, Louisville and Indianapolis Manar doe the Company and memi by SnihaitaHartfort and Sew liaren rail- jasssaa~a~i«i-. MTíbímMM «üd Woroaster railroad SO teca "I" Bank stock, Waterbury 50 " StaSord " Stafford Spring 36 - *«le " ProrMence, BI is • "-i—!■« fc Trader Bank stock Joresey City, N. J S00 abarca Revere Bank stock, Boston, M'a im •• HiKhiiti " St. Louis.. 900 B*k Bt'k of Mo. B*k 8t'k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 September 1860

■ KSm .j| . 5iPr nit *"j f ■' ' 'vsHRfX arar • *sm - • J f. '* "' - ¿.fv ■" |feiSSiaS|& ; • 3fe¿ ^ I i .' . • ■ sJ:w|p# V • '■ 11' xxin. omul, GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNfTG, SEPTEMBER 25- I860. NO. 25. DM If sot paid within 8 months 4 00 10-0 IN V" IKufc, J.8.DU. rlwl. . will toma, >udUM *i r*. e lor at Btll meeting la noatf «naery. We publish the following account of the Mont- gomery meeting in accordance with the request embraced in the last resolutionnot because we hare any desire or intention to support the ticket. Although we shall rejoice at the success of any ticket that may defeat the Republicans, and trust that we are as much opposed to sec- tionalism, of all' kind*, as any one can be, we tar a admire the character, and agptoye the record of in! h«mi _ - . Johs C. Bbxcsinbidgxmore than those of any other candidate, and shall continue to support him, while we rejoice at tbe spirit of compro- mise and mutual concession which promises to •m Mkn and fifty cants for ir, wIU ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 September 1860

•>r, V i fÍ ú r 1 H 91 ¡art = A Co. /Sept llst,abip W. from New York, to W«n. — El Jobo 3. Stewart and Jobo appointed as Public Wei*bers at of the City Council. _ , rights of natursliaed citizens of the United States begin .to be folly recognized in Europe. It sppe* that the French Govern- ment, at the instance of the American Minister, Mr. Faulkner, has just ordered the discharge from the conscription of another naturalised American citizen, Mr. Puyoon, of French birth. ptr The Highland Democrat, the principal paper which supported Gen. Houston for the Presidency, in the interior of New York, ac- cepts bis withdrawal with reluctance; says that the General must hare underrated his strength in New Tork; and hoists the name of Breckinridge in lien of that of Houston. UT Collisions between steamships and other vessels are frequent. We have still another to record: The steamship America, from Liver- pool for Boston, shortly after leaving Halifax, collided with a fishing schooner, dam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 September 1860

Mi tato. 'Tbe regular monthly " <Jalreston Firemen'* Belief Fund tim" will take pl*m this evening, Engine Boose, at~8 o'clock. tdff The steunboat A. 8. Ruthven, Captain Fnrnak, arrived at New Orleans on the 22d inst., from Cincinnati, with a (all cargo. She is destiued fiar the Galveston and Trinity trade. t of the steamship-Magno lis contains the following memorandum of a vote take* on board, last Sunday, on tbe trip .Iroa flraalMar to this city, Bnckinridge 32 Bell 31, Pqnglas 12. ; IWT Wehavebeon informed by a gentleman of this city that be received information of the steamer Lone Star, feeing «ground 76 miles above Liberty, at a cane brake, where it is im possible to reach her by land transportation, sad the boffss of getting her off depends on a rise of the river. F. 8. Stockdale and Guy *. Bryan sddressed tbe people, in front of the T re moot House, last Saturday evening, in be- half of Breckinridge and Lane. We were not present; but understand that (he speeches were charac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 September 1860

wm m W : * Cf i / i n i cm/ OidíC'/wC/i jetsa mSUBANCE COMPANY 1 CHAUTtBEB Utt* Capital, - - - - H. AíWteí . ... $2,194,If# 02. statement, jASVAirr i, mm. STATE BOH 35 Ohio 500 •barca Hartford tad New Haven rall- t Hi rer railroad eeai ¡"Boston and Worcester railroad 50 si Baak S Iscki yftoci IX 50 ■ Citizens Bank stock, Waterbury 50 .. Stafford '• BI afford i •.BI X té Eagle " Tt ■/iwMoti/ ovident 15 ts Mechanic* A Trad ler Banl •tock 200 Jeneey City, N.J... • dare* Severe Bank stock, Bosto 100 no **- kbrehaats " St. i, B'k 8 'k ct Ma. B*k S_k aaig.. 1W Safety Fund B'k Stx, Bos t, a s 100 ■han OUMT ■ucniuw mMtn* 8*nkst wk, Hartford 100 Hartford County k* 100 a Charter Oak 44 4M il City 44 «0 •* Exchange 44 ■' 100 Farmer A Mech k4 4* 386 a Hartford aa 44 900 fc March'sA Menu's 4* 44 100 •* Phoenix 4k 44 4U0 State 44 350 *s Conn. Rivsr •* 44 300 * American Sxch 44 New York, 200 ** E«nk of N. Amer •4 44 100 " America 100 •a •• Republic • 300 ss " Com'w'llh ** 44 3U0 ss " New York 44 9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 October 1860

.— . aníi tóftte. vol. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1860. NO. 26. GALVESTON WEKKLf CIVILIAN, htcabt, sesabd * co. rutea of ■awcairnoa: w*+kir r^iuin"— — 00 we!*v™ - i/ not paid within 6 months 4 00 Daily ]Kr annum 10 00 Comraerc 1 p*r annum 3 00 Poitaaaten remitting two dolían and fifty cents for tub advance «ntacriher, vtU be entitled to tbe other 1/tj cents for eommlaslons For asin(lesqiiar«aftaaUaaa,OTleH, tlfor tha first and Meeats additional for each robaeqaent insertion A liberal deduction made on Yearly advertisements and to tboflp vho advertise by the quarter or year. TCESDAT, SEPT. 25* I860. Stsjpsmr Galvestoh. — The renuacola Observer sajra that tbe Galveston, which was drives ashore at Pass a 1'Outre in the late gale, bat mom got off, arrived at Pens acola on the 18tb, aad left hi tbe afternoon for other Florida ports and Havana. The Angosta Constitutionalist bee been requested to state, npon tbe antbority of the Sheriff of Scriven county, Geo., that tbe re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 October 1860

- £y. ........ SO. I860 ss si H Dormr, W Starr, W H T*J- ,«• j-Tb^T HO*So«M. Wfl 8S*^í"25SWSg ^^^teStanB'n'LnW^ The steamboat BajouCitr, Capt. forest, burst her boilers ta* night, when about to land at LjDchborjf, oc her way to Hnurton. Twenty-one persons r.-v killed, missing or wounded. The atraer liar/ Hill came down alter theaccid 0*, * -ibroogh . number of the iii lima Tht passenger list was lost, and as yet we hare leen unable to obtain a compete list of either the wounded or saved. The following are beKered to be alt thoae killed: Mr. Ceet¡*|e, CM ot the boat; Thomas Westrop, Steward; Mr. Irri , - brotber-tn-taw of O. T. Bat- tle, of Egypt ran to the back part of the boat, and is supposed to bare jumped overboard and drowned. > A negro mm belonging to Capt. Forest. A negro nan, whose name or owner is not gks.sam - — lifc, to from al- every part of the State. I saw present people from Lamar, Dallas, Bell, McLennan Williamson, Washington, Milam, Bastrop, Fay- ette, Colocada, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 October 1860

delptrá Buptonlin 34, for CM gafa of ia 177,62# * Wshsvs C OMMERC IA V.9. • tmm UMUMklp Psrsla VTwii(/.«U of tbat ■jstwio— ortw, ths K. O. C.'a, Ml Naahville, a few d*ja «¡no. They are boond to m ti oiaphant f<* Aem- AkotbekElcci jo* «ru Md oo the steam- ship Matagorda, oil her lato trip from New Or- leans to this port. Breckinridge received 31, ml la.mdpoog'm^ tote - Mr. C. W. LeSngwell having arrived the « Galveston Male Academy" k now open for i of pupila. Ta*Rmimun Qi> Pboocck frota New Orleans last week include W hhda sugar, J50 bbU i laasss. 2-tOfl bbls flour, 47 sacks corn, 203 bbls pork, 2 eaaki bacon, 1560 keffa lard, 185 bbU wbiakjr. Nbw Süoae ir Louisiana.—The New Or- leans papers repcrt the arrival of the steamer Lafourche, from Donaldsonrille. baring oo board one hogaheud of new sqgar aad ten half barrete new molasses, the first of the sesjoa, from M'me lieoce.'a plantation, Parish of St. i Ü. 8. M. Steamer Neptone, arrived ® yesterday from Houston, with 773 bales...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 October 1860

■ I' * Urica , i COL'S celebrated I EOSTETTKR'S J^rle;tns ^beilisemnits j €ountr| ^ítítrlismnb STOMACH BITTERS. .... $2,194,lte 91* jAim, Sf| MDehuesHsrtf^and Hew 10,100 eu 17,84< 65 prasapt sttentlon paid to taking r Evidence to be and in tbe to the eaODhm at OWn , Moro Cutle, oppoeite Vean. R. Jt D. spfS JOHN O. * H. M. TBSEHEART, Baal Estate Bro km and "——1 Agents, Galveston Texas. , Xante Broken, Land Lomsots and General _ tor the purchase aad sale ef bada, bous* ne- íSísrjí^sssiasiasí '•rstv^^sía.^. Brokers tad QansealAasata. Galwaaon. ESIJIETT * CO., M.aw.« DÍALKBS,hartaspurchased the stock ■matt. Coontiyiluali issuppUsd. qsLVerTQU. Jane tot. ibs . luaeS-d-w HKKTBAUD, Mannfhc- . turer of Wig , Toupees and a variety of Braids and Coria tor ladies. Hair Drees in,, Shaving and Bathing Eatabliahment, oppo- ait the Tremont Houae flitnnmi, Tbu. BEAU . FRISETTSS, he.. 86 always on hand. ianSdwiy a their planting friend in > opened a branch at their ; ,BAW ASO GRIST MILL, * .• 4...

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