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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 October 1860

vcxl. xxm GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 186U. no. 27?"® £ MHb: GALTESTM WKEKLf CIVILIAN, rowflbb it 9TCABT, MBIIHI * CO. W-kJTP* • «";• •99 M if not paid within • months «(MfWWWB. Commerced pctfll PottmaaUra remitting two doUiri and fifty cents fer will be enÜM to the ' ñfty ' " Lbi 4 M often lines, or lew, flfo^tteftnt •ul far each subsequent in*ertio« to th—« ■hs—wrtlsehr ttsqnaiteror year. tcyam. ocrroi I860. Thb Slav* Tram.—It would seem that Sp i« is in earnest in its desire to pat an end to the slave traffie in its colonies.' It is stated that I «dm bare been given by the Spanish gov- I eminent for the immediate construction of ten war steamers, destined to suppress the slave trade and for the defence of Cuba. The Captain General of Cuba has addressed a new circular to bis subordinate officials on the st, warning them to keep a faithful watch upon the movements of the traders, and to pre- vent the landing of any more negroes. He tbreateoa magistrates and public functi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 October 1860

1 I' m *i I' A <•*< I |«f«fc "l'nionJ FOB BRECKINRIDGE * LANE. tra„ at lA m-X. IK GRAHAM T. H. WAUL. rmrr nmxr—A. T. UKIT. i IhsniICT—JOHN A. IfHAlIOil ami nam TlcKtt, wr Ei«c r«. Stats at I * — I- H. IÍÍÍI180H. GEO. W. PASCHAL. Ton Jtorticr-W* STXDMAN hciHO Plainer- JHO. H. R0B90N ^•intnd Baric Pallaa Biddla, from New York, with MerehmndiMt* Netaon Clements.— Ha Patlaa mrrired off the b«r on Monday laat, mad wu Mown oC M da passage in 17 day*. jy The Houston Telegraph states that the Caotial Railroad have closed their contracts for iron to compete Cm US mile point. The con- tracts for the grading sad ties bsre been oat inr some time. pr The U. S. M. steamer Neptune, No. 3, C. Blakeman commander, arrived this morning from Houston, with 384 bales cotton, and the following J W Martin, Ramsey, Carroll, Diffle, Smith, Houston, Mite bel, Cameron, Deieadenier, Hall, B A Shepherd CH Leman, Kreret, Fides—6 on KV The New Orleans papera suppose that the sugar cane in I-oniwUns haa hem g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 October 1860

fe oc 8 IMO. jy Dugsld McFarlsne, E q., i* oor t homed agent at Matagorda, Texas. D. Lewis, Esq., is authorised to act aa agent at Indianol , Texas. Matagorda Bat Orams.—The attention of epicures and good livers generally, is invited to the Mesan. Moony * Haw son's advertise- ment, in another portion of to day's psper, nouncing that they srilt soon be prepared to fill orders for these justly cetebrstad Oysters, pot up in Hermetically Sealed Cana. These gen- tlemen are, in every raspect, entitled to full confidence, and we bespeak for them a liberal patronage. Send in your orders. Wool.—The Sew Tork Commercial sars that nothing is doing in Texas wools. They are quoted at I<¡<S28 cts V. B>. |gr Got. Houston was at San Antonio at the last accounts. He was to address the peo- ple at San Pedro Springs. pr^fhe Imports of ProBuce from Xew Or- leans last week include 38 hhds sugar, 90 bbls. molasses, 17944 bbls. floor, 5,152 sacks conn 162 sacks oats, 138 bbls. pork, 129 casks baco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 October 1860

«fJwÉÉs izz~zz 8.P. Statement. JtlJT W A uísukanc'e company ! Iy k- I PipHili ~ . - $1^00,006 ©0 ■ - $2,1W,IMI8. STATEMENT, JAXUANY1, «¡O. m*e B«SW: Coarti and to the collection of Claim* " UTOBee, Moto cmk, oppodte Messrs. H.fc D. q.TEii*. *pr JOHN O. TKVMAXt.***?*' J herasnd Genera Agrot , £ 454 73 abares Hartford and New ¿aven rail- aWW) w e,7so oo imm "t'ÜwMWMk 1^5 00 BcujcSMciu: £28 ü il'-4w -i ■ ■■■■—■— 15 " Mechanic* je j traer Cítj, 5- j. -„,i l Merchant* " EL Leáis.. Bit 8t*k of Ho. Bl 8t*k '♦* Hartford County " Charter Oak City ._i Bank oí N. Amer " Com w Jth Broadway Batch, tt Drovers City Imp. Jt Trader* 1^06 mu W.400 00 10,500 0U 81,000 00 uuoo «i F«&£ A 000 10^00 11,600 00 i5¿oooa 40,400 0# 10.100 00 SB¿dt>00 WMMO 00 9,750 Q0 WOÍ uta COMMISSIONER, au. TB* ST4T¿, i , Wa.4Kiijft.in City, D. C., and Agent 1rp Particular and prompt attention paid to taking —J - =35 ^ in the S5s52£3sssassss RealK*ttte Broker uid General Asenta. Galveston. M EMHETT 4c CO., aRBLK deale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 October 1860

■' * - • .-Ota.:." ;; . .i «f« «« U, - í iíMm !:raTMS jM>tü i ir r'fj ■ prt ft. .9: '"■Of *?§ «i .* «tasnwi -* .■Tf.¡a :3 e : &maxjiíraa a us.-a_' *; v; - *•* *> • «■ "* tad* **i W ■■■ "%\JS •! " "■■ GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1860. NO. 28. Pemsytvaata, and Indiaaa, Iowi to. These will doubtless bare i 3^ Tka miih contain no a4dittona tar The woter is receding from that por- t>MM>r of Kwr Orleans arettnwtá by the tato atora. ■ i > ■ ' 0T The brig E. P. Sweet «fled from New York for Gal reatan Sept. 30. The ccbr. k. T. Howe cleared at Kew York, Oet 1, for Carpus Chriati. yr Accounts from California state that Senator Latham was to start on the 20th Sep- tember, with Us family, m «a overland jour- ney to New Orleans and Washington, jftsstiif L % elections take ptoee In Iowa and Vine- some bearing ■ ■■ ran • Miimjtr. In PaiuljIvania ¿4 5 *"• • «>lT two M'rt'lta*" ** Governor Corfu, the Black Republican, and ft Democratic. The totter waa new the disrup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 October 1860

3B 13 i8ao. | I I 4 11k J i í III 1; >: Mf i i I Tort, Kbut.kNplw Serb* *• 1-t IWeo.j 'fu-dsj the «U «pheve i eooí aa ebiUj, fortalila. owing Suite h « declared fur • " California, Dataran. Tlorila, G«* Off to* TBI Pic Nic.—Fire Engine Co.. « Yoanff America" marched through oar etreel- thia morning, on their way In attend a Pie-nñ giTc^tbem by Gao. B. B. Hiebota, at Diakfa •on' bay*. Tha Covpaty waa attended by a band of music, and made a very floe appear anea. Tbey will doubtie** bare a gtarioor tima of it. . " Bails ad Acciwwf.— We pegUeted to stab in oar yeaterday'a iaaoe tbat .tba down train from H .aston, oc Wednesday, mat with an ae- cidaot Dear Moore'* bkyoo, by eon** in con- tact with a e «. which threw tbe engine and one ear tiff the track aad danagiif flea others. Edward Williams, Slatxm 8bmtxmcbp.—Tha offioera of the slave bark Orion, at Boauw. wava sentenced «. 'the 5th, ia the Ü. H. district court, aa follows: Thne. Morcan,, part owner and com manner at the tm: of he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 October 1860

jPWWit Vfiw' •*? i"** '"w#~r>n Cbnrehtcan. ««. fcf fcw To.k—pnt la Ibr .Wbor tsj- U-K-" 'É—É^É ■! tewqr, i — WXD.-tue new ^ H. *B. Raimwa "Colorado," en bur trial trip to-day, brought down from' H-raston, «nd Harrubofjf • trun <>f 20 tm uuitiintrf ttf bales cotton and M ST L, ch IA« and V ¡gitanee Committees bar* extended to Georgia A ~ tf correspondent t and whipped, by m party of met ,i. ■ that a young t goods clerk at the | Clotblag Store of Denis Koilt, got serenHy O (tabbed ia tke arm thia forenoon by tbe bar keeper of tbe " Favorite" «■ Treasont street— Tbe parties bad some altercation last night which resulted in tbe catting of Hairington this morning. O Moa* Frags.—The Nacogdoches Obrooicle letras that on Saturday night before l ut, sta- bles and cribs containing a considerable amount of eorn, were destroyed by lire some sis miles shore Headeraon, and also that on Sunduy night befar* tort, tbe cribs of Rer. A. S. Hay- ter, at Mt. Enterprise, were burned. Tbe cause o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 October 1860

1 *• • APPROXIMATIONS. fistol, - urn** - $3,1*4, IM «2- jjnrvjum, STAXK BONOS: •ssast: «138,750 Shflak f " sfe-11 s - - SoHo « - T 27jao w iaa-r""""'"*^*g? ss 3mSS'.'.4 - •'•' *jr. 10,000. .4 " •' * fbicb op tickets. Wlois 2C— Wa keep tn oar oMc. * s52£t-í£s s^rS&arst m.ufcwir 65 CmtaJweit,> *Oil 8,750 0# i ami VftmMtfiiwd 10,914 W PmiidwiMi & X ■ fcteteMiiM rCitjr.N. J limit. Bwtim.Ms ** Merchant " St. Louie.. « ffk St'k of Mo. B*k St'k " Safety Tmad B'k 81% <. * WiSSSi a*at^prM"~i ^ fiwlwi ■■«!"■>(sitsatt—glyaatabasl- nessfrom abroad. Ottos In Galvestoc over Dents XeU i Clothing store, cm Poet Office rfreet, opposite the Tr - aflrt- MrlSvf ;tbeiimt arosic GAL VISTOS, TIZAS. T KIIP ON HAND, and am constantly receiving, 1 pKnOB, carefully (elected Aesstbebest mana- SQUABX and CPSIOB7, which 1 offei ALSO—Irery kino of Mtulcal Merchandise. SoTVamxcv for the «IHIISON PIANOS TT? «anea, Metodeona, and any other kinder Ma. * uy CatalogwaTor1«^TañíTuiustrative cut. ot "Rus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 October 1860

9 • pt&Btik uxs% 9¿r } "té®®" ®* -i-# w.i í • 4t*l w: í- 1 atra-k-jí*** :■«* ; / A #*'«£ .... ramsMim s*¿/r mp r«* ...,,-.« if. * ■. • — © o e 0 * #W3r f arfr MM Mi GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1860. NO. 29. CIVILIAN. Mir per 10 0 sao fifty cent for co Por ad early advertí 16* 1800. I st New York of at 16325c. The bark Island City, Kelley, QaJ yen- too, arrived at Boa too, Oct 7tb. HT" The bark Carallo, from New York, ar- rived off Matagorda bar yesterd iy. tW Arrived brig West,Captain Applegate, from Kew York, with merchandise to MeMahaa A Gilbert. «ar*Bchr. Ida Delia Tom, from New York for Texas, put into Norfolk lat iost., leaky and would bare to discharge cargo. Labcii Cargo.—The steamship Texas, which arrived last night, brought freight to the balk of 5,700 barrels. 0* The Belton Independent state that the Hessian fly is destroying the young wheat in that vicinity. E7*Tbe Victoria Advocate comes to as in an entire new dress, and presents a handsome HP The Postmas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 October 1860

Breckinridge would receive -eservad apawer. Boa. George adidata for elector on tbe Brack- r • The Pnraer, Mr. C. Carr. °f Florida has placed under oWi*at* a • files of 5ew Orleans peper . • The Rev. D. McNair, haría* returned will preach in the Presbyterian Church ant -Sa6bath, at 11 A. M- aad at 4P.M. Tbepub- lie are inrited to attend. __ New post offices bare heea established at Hico, Hamilton County, Sextos, Sabine Coun- ty, Union Bridge, Titus County, and Bowery, J Leon County, Texas. Thz Schooner Dimn God wis, Captain Beaston, from Lavaca, bound to PWaaeola in ballast, went ashore on Last Island, the 2d inst., during the gale. All bands were aerad, ; but the vessel is a total loss. t>f The following veaaela were up tor Oal- veaton at Xew York, October 10: Bark Xoram' Jg.jhipR Ware Crest. ambega, bark Jasper, schooner B. Milam, schooner John Boston, |i* The steamship Florida, Nelaoa coma der, arrived from New Orleans, on the 10th, with the following passengers : Busk, Gammon,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 October 1860

1 > Ho. 2, Cap*. C. and the following Smjmor lad/sad 3 cbfldfw, Mra Brie* * Mrraat, Blake, hotter, Johnoa, ■ L Xicfcolm, O L Dolaen, N A Cadfatt, H O SrsAwy, Wal- lace, Weal, Wallbaaka, J A Ttxapkina, A Flflg," Battalea, J A Chamberlata, Biwtt, Drfic- .Veilty.—3 — 1 Matagorda, ' The U. 8. Kail Ihil to unlbrtnnatoly ho *«>traa- or tba country, aai for tba &mm of th. old Jamocratk party wWafc eooltollad it. aoloofcandaügfcífcaTaaa^PoUadtJ* er, If ü bad bean tree to itaelf, moat of the old i have bean aettled io accordance with the taacbiaga of tba great leader of that party tba country ia not at net npea a!l bat the •ingle oo. of alarery, which baa afo been aet- I fled, by the constitution, by legislation, ud bT - Arrired jMtj T. I* ^jodieUl antbnritiea of the oooiry, r, HeCfaakr from Kaw Orieaaa, with ^«rtdl kept aliraby agitator. who do not appear to deaire the repose and prosperity of We aUaded, a turn day* sime, to thaCaat tbatall'tbe main okjectaof th#Cor- to tba gawral...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 October 1860

—— vs ■ ■ tí i wil Sal lie B «ti ty, n Be bal but 1 Ma bai Í der wi . Ed i. II In |!t . # M ss la 5 i* 3 ct aá uf CO el 3 K* r. s . - - HIM lUmDI. JlItilTl. SfATB uop.a.Btecfc. ;*^'^ - frafUnn, R1 * Trader Bank «lock City >- J I,OTS uu : r. *2- :::;.x:rjT<£S5S M on 12 r. St** i* mm* DU.IXKJ Í Of* 20.UU0 fi<*. toww Ziot..~ ' • ' Sof 80 of MO I V ot * Jí-k gfkofMo. B-kSt'k - 1UU " Safety fund B'k St'k, Bos't, M'a Other i "* Hartford County Charter Oak City The two above and the t«6 following numbers to those winning the following prise* will be entitled to, rii: To prize of $100.000. .approximations of..«600 each "• so,aoo..4 •• .. « " 1..4 " ..400 " .4 " .. 4U0 " .4 " .. 4U0 !' PRICE OP TICKETS. WJkoU Ticket* $20—Jfalces $10— Quarters $5 We keep la oar office a EeeordBookwhMe the -1- ctu;omer> arc Inscribed, and forward them tickets on the receipt of the money, and list of each drawing a* soon aa received from Havana. ALVAREZ, FKttNANDKZ* CO., myldfewly 65 Customhouse it....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 October 1860

■ - V-'-H' i-'" ,*>a th . i if > WfSw l#W. HVW..."#J 'M*.£*-tez . ■- .•eá « a««>' *•« « i <* H. ' n,t-.| A. ; li tito t'ríli liidlHV GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30. 1860. NO. 30. - "" w •AS *1 *«fr B «£ 4MR f"£! >* tdfv Tbe sebr. May cleared at New York, Oct. 14, for Galveston. I |3T Order were issued on the 15th for up- wards of ooe thousand recruits, from the ra- te Texas and California. Tu Raccirrs or Pbodcob from New Or- leans last week embrace 253 bbls safar, 353 kUs Boluses, 3,436 bbls floor, 5,233 sacks •MS, 100 bbls pork, 171 cask/bacoo, 80 kegs lard, 332 bbls whisky. liom.-A was arrested at l ewis rille, a few days since, baring on his person $1009 of counterfeit money among which wan twenties en Iks Citizens' Bank of N. O. The notes ase not described, and it does not ap- eonnterfeit is a new one or Ics in Mobile.—The Mobile Advertiser is informed that ice an inch thick was formed, i two or three miles of that city, Tuesday In the lower part of the to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 October 1860

n, I860 t1 • 1 1 . I 5 I ° ; 1 if Í fi'l': É 1 m at II c ~ PC.' >cv *I^*TON. I ^iaa Tlck^tf lw ElS6S®FSe T LUM-TX. STEADMAN. - a«Mr.*A3¿*iI tan DPEV^or. 8acoa> Dnm-JlO. H. *JBS0*. Son 25 or 30 handsome up st UrownsTÍlJe, Tex ' $1,000 to 95,000. ■"«jíideocea are going each costing from Tu Corro* C _K j, oow , fr* crop of the Hotrthern States thiajaarw-j ^ faJiT ooe-third sbort in the V bales of last year. oat Neptune No. 2, C. Blake- arrired from Houston this morning with 502 bales cotton and the follow- ing jMnnrnjcnr r. Mi Abbott, S^; ( son, Tompkins, i deck. Anti-Bepnb. 89 26 3 118 HT The following resseU were op at New Tort, Oct. 17: For Galreston, Barque Jasper, b mH Barque Norombega, Saunders, Schr. John Boston, Limns Barque Ware Cre#, Harmon. For Indiano! , Scbr. Julius-Webb, Eldridge, Schr. Andromeda, Ashby," Schr. Mary C. Ter- bell. HT We fear that then is qp reason to sup- pose that the triumphs of the Republicans in the recent state elections resulted from a fail- ur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 October 1860

m of Liverpool cm at Loodooderry ■S Heptane No. 2, Cspt. C. ', arrived this ■¿¡cj -The Mobile kfiTi public notice that appre- hension of yeilów fever is no longer f It in that eky. They say: The report of the Sexton shows but three ' " " yellow (fever during the last week. among those Ee of weather n of two or . T RH nt, we believe then is mo yellow ferer in the city, Asmiykd.—Saturday, Oct. 37th, ship J. W. , J. H. Briggs, from Hew York, to Wm. A Co.. On Sunday, 28th instant, ship B. B. Milam, Ellis, Wm. Hendley A Co.; bark Fortuna, Dew- I days, with emigrants and mer- e, to Ksnffms A Klaener; bark Oeas- ner, Lankenau, Bremen, with emigrants, to Kaulfeaa A Klaener; brigs Vssta and Swett, and schooners Julia Fox and Marietta Tilton. Lying ott the bar, bark T. W. House. 111. That "we are now is the last stages o the conflict, before the great triumphal inaogu ration of Otis policy into the Government of the United States!" IT. * With this victory comes the end of sis- Hon. Daniel E. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 October 1860

L'S jet* A insüBANCE CO MP Al isiau Capital* - - - $2,194,1H «• MilDiR l. 15O0.S.lltoek,S et.,ssad-< MbMf • " " MTn inwm • *•- SS Mew Tack 9156,756 •• I Ciacm ro*d company ttrnhr ,, 850 shares Connecticut River railroad aoaa pan; stock 107 «tana Boato* and Wo company stock 50 «tiara Connecticut Hirer a 8.730 00 I * Trader Bl /Ciiy.N.J J60 abara Revere Bank (tock, Beaton, M's Here han ti " 8t Looil* • •- B'k St'k of Mo. BTt 8fk " - SafetyrnodB-k St'k, Wt.M's Other miscellaneous IMaa. Bank stock, Hartford Hartford Coanty " C barter Uak u " City 17,344 t A Mech Hartford Conn. Hirer American Si Bank of N. Amer u - Com'w'lth " Mew York er " " 0,750 00 Bach " Nef York, 38,400 00 - 2\£0U 00 33,000 00 25JWOOO Broadway Butch. fc Droyera 1 City Imp. A Trader* Market Merc han ica Merchants' Kx. Metropolitan l1 Mercantile " North Hirer 100 150 100 " N. T. L loa. A! Trust Coup y C. 8. Trust Co. MtlMtlOOOi THOS. A. AI<EXANDEH| Hartford, Jan, S, I860. Acting Secretary Hartford, Jan. 3, I860....

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

u.,..iiw*ij!mii!iji MasaeüBSi - ■i," SaPPáia í irifii®sep u ' x : • . t... -. -?fr "ü^S •' w ***£?>" ;'";í GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1860. NO. 31. • * 3 New York;fot Texas oonsista of 810 ma id cavalry, 1st artillery1st infantry «" infantry. |W Ths Qtritemn Herald sssotow long trains of emigrante, gome to Western Norther* «sus, ss passing through tbat town almost every da/ rmsriTi ! Owwiu Vors.—Complete official retaras mate Cortin's majority 33,W3, The vote of Pennsylvania fa «k eaat ia that 81—-«"7 * * IeM 500.00*- T - - or Arson seems to be the prevailing the present day. The New Orleans papers at- tribute all the disastrous Ores in that city of late to incendiaries, and Washington City (says the Slates of the 20th) is again risited with a periodical return to the metey of villainous in- cendiarism and thierishness. The northern section of the city is at this tima the theatre of their operations. Stable*,* work-shops and wooden tenements contiguous to thiekly set...

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

3 I860. I • I 11 it 1! M si " f ¡ l III i !¡?li ^ IIi i stat* at t.f wm. ruhux. SCO. W. PASO HAL. fon Bmtm- B. H. EPPERSON, rno District—JNO. H. R0B30R. The Beaumont Banner records tiie death of CoLJ.B. Alexander, after an iBneai of paly two days. BT The bark Grampoa sailed from Boefc- land, Maine, Oct. 18, for Galvsaton. The brig Wn. M. Bice arrived at Hew York, Oct. 34, from Gain HT The barqoe G. W. Hall, schooner Kate Stewart and brig Mary Staples arrived at Hew Tort, Oct. 24, from Galveston. The schooner Andromede cleared at Hew Tork, Oct. 34, for Lavaca. fW The Waeo Democrat of Oct. 25th, comes to as with the foUowmf endorsement in pen til: « J. o. Shook was shot this morning, and died instantly;—done by Tom MeCordeU, who gave himself Into the custody of the law." Mr. Shook was editor of the Democrat. W The ü. S. M. steamer A. 8. Rath ven, Capt. Thos. Peacock, arrived yesterday from Liberty, with 7 bales cotton sad the following i election of Congressmen, ia some sad particular...

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

[AL. T"*.S wiQ be * be "Ü" , mtix >11 tbe power at bis eoouasnd, it might. He «boa Id and exhort them to re- i D. 8. Mail steamship Matagorda, arrived yerterday from New Orleans, with U following passengers Weato , B^ward * brother. Tallón, I. • inunwij x biiuu, "W) «mor, , Paria, Marebean, Case, Sasser, McGaj, Beach, Freeman,Gallup, Bren- ha , Black k art, Botta k family, Ba',linger k son, and daughter, Mrs Willy, Martonjk lady, i * fiuaily. i k family, Hohen k family, Knmser k family, Ford k family, A J Mrs Briggs k art, Mrs r & bn>tber, Duke— —3000 bbls freight. Bnytey, Mr T eoU?>,y, mad th. island Writer as to consiga him to an tgnwiao— dafcat. The only doubt about tbe result in lea York is, whether a full vote shall be polled. That done, td tbe Republicana will be defeat Tbe Sfláfctary of tbe Treasury, Mr. Cobb, and the Secretary of fhe Interior, Mr. Thorn p- j hare just returned from New York, where they haveRwen some days on business connec- ted with their depart...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 6 November 1860

vs MTV A INSURANCE COMPi . if, wu,m n. t, JABUABT 1, MB. - 2 • " in plain er foncy «tries, in nrinu colon. -on HnMrtinr7 ..on H<rranb«rS7 , Dwrt ® The following prises will be distribotsd every drawing: }-• ••••• •'£& Í rr:::::: lof. 1 -ww MoT «1.000... 00 of 500— 198 of 30,000 «1.200 oonmaDT stock. ••• • 50 Blares Connecticut kMa city.B.J umm - B-k K'k si Mo. *•***. m SoOtr Fan! B'k gffc. Wt,If J0.W0 W OÚIM 1—«■ II Hartford County Charter Oak City t 'I i as,soooo 9,750 00 B*W York, 36,400 00 11,800 00 Mew York Commerce 90,000 00 M0 " Batch. * Sroroi ' 100 City 3*0 >• Imp, A Traten < ' " Market * ss 1 # í Hii I '•** 11 ;? 11,400 00 33,000 00 MJ 10,000 ot «¿00 00 43,460 30 12^00 00 10,000 00 18,300 00 10,300 00 11,000 00 90,000 00 96^50 00 19,100 00 CcmpV " U. 8. Trait Co. " •StlMslOO 02 THOS. A. ALEUHDEB) Si i ■i!S « Hartford, Jam 9, I860. •"aSS-SSn Juu *'mo- Personally appeared before me, a Justice of tha Pence duly gnaliflwl to administer oaths, Thoa. A. Alex- ander, ...

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