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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 November 1860

ÜSiff-1 - ík - - ' • í" ' f -- —*===■ dpi á f% t •tfiÉ «a - ?«m* 'H^E> fífjMTí • • ® gr> GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1860. NO. 32. CciiiMwu at T ten of low of life and pro erty from the contact of will at sea, fat during the last yean, called attention to t) •object «Í providing «more efficie the recurrenee of inch disac if the resolta of gross tesaneaaean be called accidents, hare not* frequent and fatal among steamers sail Teasels, the relative Dumber of each HMalfh< Gu of the Steamer. The autumn night is calm and still, And a mother sits at the window-sill, While shrills like silver the tree-Greg's note, And the laxy leaves of alianthus float Like shadowy fingers that through the dark Clutch at the fire-fly's lambent spark. But she does not see the fiery fly \nd she doee not hear the alianthus sigh ; 'or her heart ia out on the lone wild sea, the long waves roll and the wind is free, w. j.j . ■ i t . And the viewless arms of her soul surround, atdered. We ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 November 1860

¡1} I' SI I #1 f I I ¿Tftincof W«k«, Xn. Gotwser Morgw « * • °OT"r- Civilian. iitg for Lincoln, in Keqtncky. ja or Gou>.—We bare reoeived from Col. Lonnt a Maple of the fruit frown on the farm of W. H. Lattin, Orleans county, Kew Tork—in the shape of aa apple of the pippin randy, weigh in* men than a pound and trrer pumpkin somewhat in size ; but ia more bean- tilhl than an oraage. ta* The U. 8. Mail steamer A. 8. Kuthven, dpt. Thoa. Peacock, arrired thia morning from Liberty with 55 bales cotton and the following A L Brock, JO McNelty, H Williams, tfeConoaU, Wingate. DeForn, Pickering, Jud Shiptnan.—1 on deck. The steamboat Neptane Ho. J, Capt. C. Blakeman, commander, arri red this morning She haa kept oa record, for tea yews", the sol required. What course the people and the con- reo tkw may take ia leas certain. We appre- hend that, instead of "a United South," we shall soon wiineae new divisions and more «niipMhJ ooatroTersies in the South than any that have heretofore taken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 November 1860

abare electedSylves- w un 1— — - W OHNtTi Duet), Lansing,rClark Chamberlain; Div~ Von Volkenbur* Fly and, Frank, Vanbom, ápaldiag and Feotón. |L i&tfanH&gaítiefe This is here considered a most remarkable gala. •f BefmealaUTM >. 2,C. Blake- „ „ ¿mm Cain, , Smith, —, Miller k ParW* arrired UHk* Perth, Johnson, c ndmr, Stacej, Ham- j, Hanter B p- bblfl ■smwe V g g Mexico. Talbot. 4 s S Orisabe. Plao*. 5 5 Fair M<«W...7j¿d. J •7Xd. declared I to be good canse, and has j to join any other State wMeb might : to secede. The Governor, in his re- t proclamation, calling the LegistotoM to- ' > rote for Electors [the people do not r electors in Sooth Carolina,] that, in thee vent of ~ Abraham Lincoln's election to the Presidency, a convention of the people of this State be im- , to ooosi|er and determine tor i aad tneasnre of redress.*' rat some length; bat what Go*. Gist Says is thus: •"That the only alternative left, in my judg- ment, is the secession of South Carolina from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 November 1860

¡H BITTERS. U. wkans 3,&&mismntt8 STATEMENT. JAMVAMY1, i aratm 150tX.«-MMk,f *«•> 10 Kentucky « 454 75 P. 1 I ■ Hartford and New Bna i Kiverraiiroad ljrSán$%áé¿¡a and W( company stock ¡0 shares Connecticut Hirer 8,750 I 10,914 00 5,300 00 50 dun* Citizen* Bank stock, Water bury i tí * J ! 1 \ |i ■ V.y | ■ I I ii 11 Jill ■ m í ¡ m J S S . i 1 Í 50 «• Stafford Staflodil tarings 36 - • Eagle - Providence, RI 15 n Mechanics k Trader Ban k stock Jereaey City, H. 3 •* Severe Rank stook, Bost< «.'it's 200 ■ bar 100 Merchants " St. 1 «ais.. 300 *- R'k St'k of Mo. Bit Sfk 100 • Safety Fund R'k Stic. Bos't, Ms Other miscellaneous items 1001 tern M JCtna Bank stack, IS iruom 100 Hartford County " 100 a Charter Oak " 40 14 City " 400 Exchange *4 100 Farmer k Mech *• 368 «• Hartford 44 300 • Kerch's* Manu's *' M 100 .• Phoenix " M 4tO * State 44 350 •Conn. Rive " *4 300 Amrrlmn Each " New York, an ** Bank of N. Amer •' 44 100 ** " America " ISO M . « Bfpifrlfo M • 300 •« Com'w'lth ...

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

I 5|if gHpi ¡V,* -- "'. . A **" &** ^ NO. 33. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1860. Later Fro® Eirope 14 I860. .?¡í:....¿ mm t inl8S6,fbe for Buchanan, 195,- V Mr. 8.1. a. Marshall H tod Sspsrinteodent of the new building at Gsl- vsstoo -for the ase of the Ü.8. Court, A* Ofiee, mad Carton Bom ^*T1 -papers ofNorthsrn Mexico state have again mads their appesr- eoa, where they here killed sad borne off a youth captive. Presidential EiecUou. We hare before «fos stalistica of every Presidential election erer held under the pre- sent Constitution of the United States. They De important facts which few re- al ¡rfnfiit. For example, at the first to 1789, when Washington was clarad to be unanimoaaly elected, the States of New Yerk, North Carolina and Rhode Island did notToie. Washington received «9 electoral rotes; Jobo Adams M, and 35 were scattering. 17 Washington bad 133 electoral votos, Adams 77; George Clinton ¡9} Jefferson 4; aad Aaron Buir 1. In 1790 John Adams had 71; Je...

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

If* 1 i Ho. 3, Capt. Joseph _ from Bol ¡ver, i «tóbeles cotton. will i roto of Tt* it His M í m V i?i ftll 4*1 ¡ lif U.,uftr m hmté Western gires b Caddo Parish *fc: Breckinridge ► H. C. Bacon, of tfce Son the ni Literary JCews Depot, "fcr flies' of Few York and Boston papers, all of recent daten. Bee the Captain's advertáementin this daj'a Civilian. HT* We ask an impartial perusal of the let- ter of Hon. 8. A. Douglas, in to-day's Civilian. We do not regard the mere opinions of Mr. Douglas as high authority on all subjects; bat his Acts and conclusions in the present case are such as may to understood and decided .■pon by all. . . ■ « %W The steamboat Neptune No. 3, C. Blake- man commander, arrired yesterday morning from Houston, with 435 toles cotton and the following "R / Arntanw, X M CrS¿, J W Hall, H L Oreen, J Davidson, 8 Rood W g Sfcii u H Green, W M Lubbock, and i on deck. W The Enphradian Society of douth Car- olina College has voted to erase from its roU of honorary member...

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

É^gjgk (ENCE. 16.- A letter from in CiurMpe Hay that Bow- i.Partaot; of Colombia, ition to the contrary HT In Lower California buds of Indiana, Mexicans, Qiliiiiiia thieves and nmrdererst morderá. The irhole country is alarmed, and many have fled to the Governor for protection. • has sent to San Diego for assist- £9~ Arrived yesterday (Sunday) ship JaT- erlaoi, SMdkb, from Bremen, with 260 pas- sengers, to Kaoffinan k Klaener. Barir Island City, My, from Boston, mer- chandise to E. B. Nichols k Co. Bark Noroabega, Banders, from New York, to W. Hendtey k Co. t Neptune No. 3, Capt. C. Btakeman, commander, arrired here yesterday from Houston with 453 bales cotton and the B A High, lady, cbild A art, Mrs Smith,Miss Bailey, i M Hartan, lady k child, H T Allen, J <3 Alien, C W Allen, J M Drake, W H Martin, Liodwell, Bailey, TP Keats, L M Riley, J C Edwards, J B McDonnell, O Uoidthwaite, J Johnson, Plattebbury, Abbage, i Harris, T H Cooklin, W H Crawford, J McKissack, N A I<awson, J ...

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

I in a superior style, I pattern, and warranted equal to Jted State . LaW, Magazines, Periodicals, Pamphlets, and Music, sabstaatiaity bound, in plain or fancy styles. Í W* A I of walreston execute orders a first-class Bindery as any a..;....on Octobers 75«75 Írabíe,amply secured........... 1¿MM olhsr Bonds.. WuHV M ÜSO ihare °¿opaecticut ,o^l companynoa^TTi S t shares Connecticut! 8,750 00 Citterns Bank stock, Wi Stafiord * Stafford W78 00 ik' rOlty.y.J- , Boston, Ma *. Loois.. 800 •- B*k 8t*k rf Mo. B*k 8t"k " M0 " Safety Fund B*k Bt*k, Bos t, V* Other isisnrllammni items* «Bsts^itn Bank stock, Hartford 17,844 65 228 Prises «360.000 approximations. The two above and the two following numbers to lose winning the following prises will be entitled to, ft prise of #100.000. .approximations of. -9600 each X P 50,000..4 " ..400 30.000..4 " .. 400" « 30,000.-4 " '• 10,000. .4 " PRICE OF TICKETS. Whole Ticket $20—Balve*%l0— QuarUrstb. We keep in our oOoe a Record Book, where the asea of o...

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

ti "¿«-«.I if SOtjMidVitbiB* mekatrsaMsatsuwr. « ,- I ■ - -7< ■lie, anV aft •ommoilatiun, rt'&cfU V-.F^Url/ GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, NQVEM^R^TTSirTT WEDNESDAY, NOV. 81, 18GO. THBBSPAY, noVEKIBER 88,I860. UTER FROM Eü v mm 'and 'fifty mtifor WU1 be entitled to theother HT *he brig -Alisten" ete«dat Bangor Mame, m tbe íd iMt, with building materials > «f sales of 10,0*0 lbs Tasa* wool, at K«w York, at 35028c. per i Moore, formerly editar of appointed Houston. tíT The Brother Harper, of New York, are legally tAftfog 4 questioa whether directors of a bogas insurance company (the New York City) eaa not be held individually responsible- I,,.--.. «.>iiiihiti <i-0 tk. tMgi mmjor fty gison to Lioeolnin Illinois the retaros show tha( the liwwnliw mew of tbs State have elected Are out of ¿he nine members of Coa- ereal from that State. Flomi a.—A meeting of citizens of Pensa coto, «respectiva of party, was hold in that city Tuesday-night. It recommended a State convention of ...

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

ItiI860. T/9or. U Bee** J*110*1 ,l*stw«**■ lb.* <■ to %*■**lb-" Thedeeh*a*totos,w : After rear custody of before last, the i nesn-oes proceeded up I to the house of ill-fame where the Capt. Th from Lil lowing paasenpers : that thure «ras a the col S. Rath ven, Vikowia.—Tbe* Washinjrton correspondent of the Charleston Courier says : It is said that the Virginia Legislature, whi«b will soon be in session, will adopt measure *w influencing the seceding states to *l y final action upon certain conditions *V certain demands be made upon tUt N< tales and the General Governmta , jrompt compliance with which the iw _ States shall consent to remain in! the Unoft t, upon the rejection of which, the whol uith shall act together. It is also proposed by Northern conservantes ^ hot i a^ t* a™ " 8Utea * ^ other e^edi«<« for their protection hefore re- to that last and extreme measure. Taej . , _ Upuridd I to endeavor to induce the Legislaturesi of the «> ■ — , i Hartan, Dunlea, Lenney ...

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

MARIN POHT OF GALVESTON • •be States. aetaof Ibe ud assurancea given of a the rights of the .. „ _ . .«*> • • / «MUMIM of quiet. The Foreign ba*k Were Crert. C^jMo^ej Market already begin* to avmpathixe our own. The accounts from London to , November #, aaj that the Bullion iD the Bank of full retama fnjn Georgia I ®n?'aw' decreaaed 1234,00(1 daring the *2,Ml, Bell «¡5, DmgUs l""*' interest had inere^d, y« money was still in active demand at the new . . rate, 4 \4 per cent At New-Orleans the praaawe A^..awa.-The^electooo ,««U,rMfrr, ta ^ The Ballon of «.y. ,h„ every Coral/ ib the State of Alabama give the demand for monev has haw verv ***■ —^ ijs^z^i^ss «i «— — Ibeen able to afford the aid required. Honey, JSff~Qnw Parry, of Florida' has written a let-1 ,oajied at all, commands from l^toS tor favoring sepe rate State action, which -Tt| I per cent, per onth, bat the Balletin says most aSS^SLtbíS\W- nis *■ capitalists have become so much alar.red at the of" " *^nt ««*•* bo* Wa sacc...

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

COMPANY! ¿tATaastr, jasvaxt t, vto. ?üc f* •* iL'Ste • - • |W,H*W 470^«S 37 ghani Butibrd and Haw Haven rail Sj j^ÍMCOToeSírait River railroad i ERS. % éxihis ^toertisunents ifcoááf| mm 107 sbai company stock. - go sham Connecticut River company stock Citizens 1 Stafford '■ Stafford ¿pringa - Providence, SI y-rtv.-ir. k. Trader Bank stock Jeresey City, H. • _-•-• ■■■■ 900 abarca Revere Bank stock, Boston, M a 100 •• Merchants " • •«««■ •• 200 *" lTk ¡Jt*k of Mo. JFk 8rt 100 " Safety Fund B'k 8fk. Bes ^ II • Other iiiiairllanmine it—* 100 sharea ^tna Han stock, Hartford Hartford County " Charter Oak City " " Exchange Fanner * Mech ** " Hartford Mercn'sfe Mann' •• " ibcsnix " " State " " Conn. River Amerioui Exch Bank of M. Amar 8,750 00 10^14 00 1,250 00 5.300 «0 5JU0 00 U878 00 um no 80,400 00 10,500 ÜU 21,000 Oil BMW UU 17/544 tt a^tuou " Commerce " Broadway Butch. * Drover " City ' Imp. fe Trader '• .Market " Mechanics Merchants' Bx. ** Metropolitan "'•■rcbant* " ilDu-- « IV>w ...

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

*•, i *** ■ \"" - u V: fe'* GALVESTON, TUESDAY~1RNEÜ, DECEMBER 4, 1860. NO. 3 5. *Co. . T tk« Crista Hcmnrnu, Mor. 14,1860. Dtmr Sir—We the j interest in regard to ths erisis which now nds over the eoantry, and we fcsr thrmtens oof.liberty, property sod prosperity, are dssir ouaef having roar opinion is regard to the best course to ponas is this important period ia our history. We fear tsa hasty action ma prove deleterious, and to prolong too expneaioa of opinion may pro* fatal to oar interesta. Let oa hear {torn yon at yoar rery earliest convenience. Respectfully, *e., Shot well, Loring A brother, 1, Williams, Nelson, Can- Maynard, Little, Miller, son, Pride, Maj P 3 iirj Or The Steamer' Diana, J. H. Sterrett, eommaader, from Honaton, arrived this morn- ing with 195 balea cotton, and the following rell, Hill, ackson, Branch * children and 4 2 children A 5 Smyleton, Wil- Mrs Chambers, Gating, states that Daniel E. Harper, Anderaon county jailor, waa actt- daatallr shot, and fatally ...

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

* .«ma Icol. l f- Wiglillon the Fow«r at J .*'! ¿I tne licciklai ' to call a State r arrived t Charles Kucb*n4Q i%.Ur!^ JT - Wheatland," near UlKMtor, _j,f— bis fatoi* re*K* e«. Bell 41,785; Doogl" S, «, "d ^,nco V* w*,, Tork Lincoln tad 3M,I1« ™te*; jpsst:^ ^ jtep^iean "> jorHj- for IJlK. Aid fry >*« -* ■« Tx^wTcrnrtA -Uo^0. 288 030 • Fasion- T; Bell, «309. Li - , J k- If -Mj' i o i ««V Fastos ticket, 8 ,159 ; Lincoln over all, 5#, '3 Ala ***.—Breckinridge, 48,831; Bell, 27,- m ; Do oírlas, 13,84®. Breckinridge over Bell, 20,515 : Breckinridge orer Douglas, 34,735. Total rata of tb> Btato, >M43. No«th Ca*ou*A.—Breekmrid* and Loe, 48 52 ; Bell anl Everett, 44.W0; Breckin- ridge's ferity, 3,549. The elector, on the Douglas and Jobnaon ticket received only 2,- 701 rotaa. Tm Omictal Votb or Kawrccir.—The oficial rote of Kentucky ii aa fWlows : Bell........ - gS5 r artillery,. ooe boalred and nina companies of infantry snd ooe hundred and too companies of riflemen, uniformed...

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

:'kH a sapor* of the •a, of two men, named Eran. The fonorr has at iMM: the latter The Ran- -*.532 Pet tas, Herbert, J SJ5*V r_r, Or J C Mm Cant Tattle, Woodcock, W Kewsooi, Wilson, 5Í1SKS Boyd, J Meyer , on deck. Matagorda, follo*h* Parson, Wilson, Spencer, , J Araebtia, Beeves, Lamar, , ijayfcnrtis, Wi'llford, Kodgersj Mitch- Wertby, Bina, Hitcbcock, Smith, litb, YillegoaA bro, Walton, Par- rou, Mr Carnea, Serau A If,Miss Durirs, MrsFailes, r, Stewart A family, Mrs ¡f, Jones k family, Miss lia- Parlan, Misa King A evt, Keith & ~ szt&y™*' T*e Mo.wet Maw it remains depressed, ew Orleans the shadows seem to ixcri Hew At ¡aerease. I in gloom. The Pieaymne saya that in the early part there was a faint ratty, •«■timed by the apparently improved feeling at Saw York, bat this speedily subsided and ha since been man than counteracted by the character of the foreign news. The morning opeaed heavily and conti9n%¿ so up to the cloae. The paper says : The money market offers no field f...

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

•BEYT** ¿tía INSURANCE OOMPANl ! CJU****** Capital* - - - - tW«M« «* ... - *MU «• nifuaxT' JANUANT i, t«, STATE «ONOS: «u. $. im. s *«.."•*2 is Kentucky * „ « « «MHO W áSfíüTSST * - sw**><w ifí ÜTlirt g •• " «www • .. " ujtio« É« s: -• ; S58 G 5SSr «* - •• «v« 3p EL*T—. «*•* J" 7SMO0Ó 4M 7S cimihuiiv tVffltr • •*« •••*•« KiZmCmhIIni River M shares CWmh Eankstook, Wateriaiy 5 >• MM " Stafford Springs 3* - tun •« PmffcH—. *' U " HutelcilkMHMlMt Jsrway CIV< *• {• «•■ÉmlnmtakiMl, MM ~ Mirrlwls " i«- *■ •- náitiKJLT «.> MM - MKy Fu l E'k 3fk. IfosXMs A. M. BENIHCEB * CO., 338 Broadway, Si You. UT8. ESTABLISHED 17T8. anmiN FINE 8BOCEB1ES AMB PUBS W1NB8 AK BBANDIES FHTSICUNS * BHl'6«ISTS. Ou.T.tJO. th. °f •" o. """'^co" An mi af«m, *bd «ui «apply tb* tnde. irr "Tteboanuf a. m. issinksk * co. ha* ■•- --■ a reputation that well uty be envied for a p¡riodof «l(ktr r«W aodÜKár nasa ia a ¡uiuMt of Um exact and literal tru'h of whatever h«* fapNMBt"—V. T. ftw. Jila* Wm. martld-w-t...

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

¡MpiVl ■■¡■yin ro. ifH-'i ti?** "te*. JtW# «I# * v\x*tt tdT ¿i I Jotet Bssotetkn I I should such Oí . mtbe receipt of i and pisto of its assembling, us election ibr seven Deles Texaa i« tbe same. k, ahd our i <fo I ef tbe Territory- , iffont, the sitiseoeof 1 > equality, «s Lto* i*out eft mm H.... , , nessod tu si , ta,, the remainder of State, fh ebagrin atibe election of tegaiverga!; and the people an onty m totbe beat remedies to whht alt to the í>jmA> *p¿" •" '• ■ 4* W. Ifaj. De Morse, of the Claris Standard says: : i 'l .; * Some of tbe newspapers oí tbe fetate are de- claring ia favor of .a mtnrn t> the old Nation- ality, which all old Texanslosad ae devotedly. We fear that some of aw confreres are a little and that tbe motive psVeir will give re they get to tutyichett. • in haste—we have al|^h% great fu- IT*2U í«á£ir^tsssr election for tatato_ - ■ tfiqg extracta 4jK to*!*! fttfte I not proponed to myself ' "m subject, thought I TOang terfw M • O tilt Í il l* - ...

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

Pfk ¡SgMI rsáásssa 0 JÉ *v *: ^.ii ■#— ih:¡ i and their , HmmÜ tiflO lí Íl ■■■■■■ ^ mm OTPi CT—, W— MP * « i. l'~ || | OT "W«f UUiHuwugB States, and having aa the dividing fnn M ta* ti pressrvatioa sf the Cnion with ¡tMOfti- tutfcmal 4S4mm —rt nflhsBtstai etal organisation r# L that Kentaek* lfe«* 'i. „ grown i : whioh I theUmon; upon lia'the only securing fe* perpeteity oT the gov. ind the integrity of he Onfas; Oat 'n*«a igti^SSw consider that every aggression mttS upon the institution of ttavery in me State, is «qpatly an ■■■I the rights of oil; bat, that notwithstanding the untoward resitt of the late efectkm, they sea no cánsete despafrof justice within the Union; especially as both houses of Congress will fx> opposed to thaeieoutlre fixed upon the country by a sectional party. The quotations declare that , the free States, in at- to nufKfy the fiifjtivo, *[aie l^w bj enactoM^ J>aw. J"" >4 .Hfptucky a repeal «f toase nolUfyioe tM-Stalss, and a fcMbfal execution ttekbat...

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

5 «t A M «¡■•l.iüiHHK m* S3Q2 hítbiIií WE 51 m~M , :;.< .■« not choose to quote, Thsw^teoTeottettfcr*, week have l,BS bates; the exftt-tl mnmnHih* 1 tate#irti4tl MÍ*to— M«. We«mat qaotatioa# owieg to the irregularity 5lldi^'ieeW'«W-5|^toi , , IM we Mill «mitad, teft market remetas. unchanged Since oar list. Suoab.—A fewhhds. bare been received thu during the week. Market quiet. Monssm.—Receipts are more literal. No " mmmmM Him|S.—'The market is extremely dull, with 'declining tendency in prices. Lumsbb.—Receipts for the week 360 M. feet. fl¿ week.' Ftfstówral—Dull. Te Liverpool %á. per lb Bremen 1% cenfe." New"?! * J¿«nt. Boston cent, fl). ■ OH. "ALT. Optician, K. TJ aajr¿5iíaRi 'ía!S and for bending the lenses; which ie Mary McNeil. J Mem....'... «_v.^ «. J°® to ■ewdhereboltsf OephalleGlue.no, a bottle of Prepared thinking ttfst'i not jn*t it iMelr; bat ■ ttb. Yeseeste'snighdted and gone with the Sink Headache, and wantssome CLAIMS. of the described. 3d. Imprinted oa every sheet...

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

«¿1 DAY AST) ISttBHT. rsjcvvm BOLBBAB, Lecturer; J.W. BUCDIAS, JfcflMtA Jipartwiwl; Hon. a. V. CABRIOAH. a. «..Uto 8up*t T« Praf mJ ^ntefCf fln CoBlMlCll] mod M. B. McCARTHT, Proftesor, J total Zfcparfnwnf; MAEC XOUX..... Department for Pmmantitp RUTC8 DOLBEAR, Lecturer; J. B. GRIFFITH X Spanith Department : Uim MARINO ffeman Department: 00. GES8NEH Latin, and Greet Department: M. MARINO,/ S.GBSSKBR.t « Italian Deportment. Rhetorir, logic and Elecvtion. This is the only chartered Commercial Oollege IB the gopLhwcs'. snd the oldest In the United Stsfcs..and has r this Ootldgs should bring thisadvcr tt|n ' ■ a Wf proiaiaee, aad aoct- the people of New log flaming plaearda to Orlan* aid the Sooth. Catalogase with tema," opinion, oí the pn, the f 100 leading teen of the iiatioD, etc., sent to all who,deslrr them tw^ddreaúu RUFUS DOLBEAR, dectfwly President. u o> [Morris Philadelphia MfMladeh)Wa.apdfoc ttabalkeria panketsH ■MORTON MORRIS.1 '• building, ltraad.M STATIONARY fc 81«< S...

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