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

4 , .Ijfií-aA .' fe' >- mww ^ J k4-A ■_IW"' GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING,. DECEMBER 18. 1860. ■sSC of tbe people of . to expedient mi aecesaary, to consult aad devise the beet node, and the neaaura ; and to fracara the aaaeHoaof of Texas thereto" it pro- That the conviritati be held at the city «te, on the 4th Monday of Jaaua^, A. QÍHI Habed by the apportmumMt act c doable the Bomber of Mecatea U tied to ele* represen tatirea to the under said act. ftwa *ia pert. She teak 3S00 balea toaide, aa a draft of II fcet 4 inches. tm ' of the Board of Directors Com- follow- iw ensuing year: ; J. S. Beers, Secretary . Maff"ttaamar A. 8. Butbven, Kellea, BT The atoa mar Diana, Capt J t*m Ito-toB, fritad! this mormn^with 508 balea oottoo and the following paaaengera > Soett, Oliver, sSthfltet^ >. "«don, abanaeren, j Nm¿ Walker, lady k art, Leonard, lady, 2 children * art, WWto, Fragudy, Jauto , Harria, Fitch, Han- son, Ltnch, French, Crntcber, Zovalla-# on Tun ov Baovxavuu.—According to ...

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

IS, I960. Gov, Honiton at Houston. I involuntarily tarnser< I To my mind We have received a slip fronr the Republic ¡can, under existing"' The first b! i infant {that regiment i ,of theU. S. armji ■ be Lieutenant-Colonel o ¡office, giving a report of tbe great meeting at o, to hear tbe address of the Govgsitor. The assemblage is said to have I the largest, if not the largest, ever wii J Harris county. Tbe meeting was ai I the large Academy building, where ISth inat, 9 A. M. ahoat 1Í a basis as the Ham, if lb. Mi 19c, rf Earope-Rhoda latead d * waring to Sac Marino and similar small States. Tbe followiaf, according to the Statistics of the Oeasral Land Office of the United States, m the ii*,of the vsrigp States and " ~ to know, tw The steamer Lucy O win, Capt. A whiUinoreaes ****** ***** a, Rijrer' *ith m b*ksB of eoUon' w ¡provided inside tlie building far oyer as gradually] boxes mdse, 5 packages freight and 26 hides. aoas, and after the room was literally Captain llcKee reports...

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

T« All who Valu their Sight. spectacles accurately fitted to the condition oí the eye. ;r. w«s iStrg;ss ni transmitted to tbe Europa ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH BRITON •ad 6681 for Kimball, Republican, aiso elected a large aayority of tks eity eoaeil fir demand, ad ranee on all reached 10,000 _ 7000 taken bv speculator and raikket closing firm At fall prices, lowing are tfee authorized quotations : Orleans Tlid. I Middling Orleans 7d. Mobile r%d. Middling Mobile.6%d. Uplands.. .l%á. j MiddUngUplanda6%d. The advices from Manchester and other man- ufacturing districts were of ft chewing chan- cier. The prices of ysrna were advancing, and then waa an improved demand for cloths. The of bngUnd reduced the rate of dis- count to 5 per cent. The newa of the American crisis, received by the steamships Edinburg and Atlantic, had cawed specie shipments. The steamship Europa had on board a considerable tar~Tbe industrial fane of the afacturing establishment at Hnatsville is about County of Cosaeroo. T...

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

rmfíiTs m GILLESPIE A and General i of our stock low M soy i EUGENE BOLLING, w, «utw gj*o«—iboMbb ALABAMi.ISSUíSSc^OlffAinr, lalMukTMi I Governnsnt Java" Coffee . . iCMer • de Boury" and other chote* 30 £SJu^~t'fl"UiM<y" 36 «o Brandy Chernes SO da BnudyPw ntndPnn tan 50 bbls and halt do Crushed Sugar - 190 boxee aaeortedand fancy Candtee and Gam Drops, to arrive in lew days 30 ea*s Portar and Ale - SOpkgs Piekln 100 loa Sperm, Adamantine and Star Candle* 25 pkgs Muatard - SO can* Claret 100 keg N*lla 30 pkgs Manilla Bop* 10 bbls Cider Vinegar lQllcases -'Daly' Aromatic Whiskey Preeervea. Almonds, Citron, Gelatine. Cream Tar- tar. Yeast Powder*. Matches. Tabla Salt. Allspice, lg _ 336 Bkoaswat. Haw You. 1119. ESTABLISHED 1TT8. QUA KB* CITT PIBE * M iBHBB XESPEAjlCB COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. NBPTUMB PIKE * MABINB INSURANCE CO. I WASHINGTON PIBB * MABINB tSSOTUBCB COMrANY, Philadelphia Pa. Insaraaoe again* loa* or damegw \iy Fire in the above Compontes, at tbe araat reasonable rate...

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

'cents for « p«Nic affitira juat dow : HT The brig; Alston, 38 daya from Bangor, with building material, arrived yea Arrived, th*W| Mari Wbeder, Capt 53 day* from Bordeaux, with assort I A Parisot. -The Palestine Advocate •aya thai thars ia an aboadanee of pork offer- ing for aale at Ira osota per poaad delivered, UT Tha U."8. Mad steamer A. S.Buthren, Capt. Tboa. Peacock, arrived thia morning from Liberty with the following passengers : . Mr A Misa Pipkins, J Don. Hubert, Bn tier, Jenker, wife A art, Bar, Mailman, Larkina, Doorhan, ToW, Eoae, DeLestemire, Ferentbold, Johnson, Duoeao, Shuhx, Atkins—7 on deck. TmTaooaua m K amas.—a dispatch from Fort Scott, says that the Federal troops are ■etiog as a pot— cowUtmtne to the Marshal, and 1 ■ rearrested seven persons for being engaged ia the late morderá. Wo resirtsaea was ottrsd. The troops would move to Mound City on the 4th Found Dmowiim—The badly of Mrs. Mary Miller, whose recent disappearance from Bous- too bad created much uueaain...

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

I I I L: a ¿ill li riii 11 ! ' 4 ■:fn. / ÍI! (i U 4* r^- The ateaowr „n commander, *rnrrf^toD «nd ,rith 193 balea <"WoB S^Ju¿eDTil inf C Alcom,'B F j££¡£, SteSEt, N H Mili , and 5 on deck. ¡jgr-Tbe steamer Neptune No. 2, C pt. C. BUkeman, from Hon*ton, armed yesterday morning with 293 bales cotton and the following Tto only aecnre the peculiar righf and inturelaof the State of Texas, bat sack as may fa* bast calcu- lated to unite in the common canse the entire Sooth, the welfare of all ths alare States being alike involved in the present crisis, and the susceptibility to injury, as well aa the power of resiatance being greatest in the States which faro thus fa- shown least disposition "te resort extreme measures. Such of our citizens as hare come to thecon- Irs Dootoy, Miss Dpisin> Jto Faby A trt, <Jt(rto|> th t th tiaw fee eonsnltatien and arga- **2 ment hM gone by, «>d that nothing now remains , K T****01?; EtrvsSrífcAss.. c kIiÍork, s w Oreen, M Caasady, H P Seart,...

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

It. No. 2, C. i GSümjt* H Fiaher, C.pt Fc ', Harrr W«st, J ' Walter bald an i the body of man- Viigisi* Point. From p- «U 35 or 30 j-eara of and auburn hair, i found floating in Gal restan Bay. deceased were purchased at Shoe Store, Centre street, and are at ths Coroner's -The office of Messrs. L. H. Weed k Co., Strand street, vas broken open last night by sons ingenious mechanics. How- ever well the individual or iadividnals were versed in lbs ulashnstion of tbe fatemngg of the door, they did not socoeed ia making an entrance, owiag to the bolt bong oot of reach df persons outside. It would appear that the party or parties were surprised in their assid- uous task, as they left bit and bra* behind thsrn. IM merchants bemrre of these -Che- valiers d' Industrie." ,*/"*; - 1 Tn Nswa rao* South C¿bolina, received beta yesterday, though sot unexpected, was reacted with a deep sensation, both by those wbo approve the action of that State and those who regard it as rash and precipitate. Th...

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

•if# ¿__ tMesto* R.fcD.O Mffls 8 room* ASAonr nun , Afire IniraKeC*. ■of Strand and Vdakreet. GALVESTON. CAPITAL ...... DIRECTORS— Uiira, J. runma, Joan Dub, ,f Jn. M. Jow, Gao. Ball, Joan Mcuaa, 0. & Huí , G«o. Bi-*naa, L M HiicBM, litWtBWi U*H P*09H. DBAN, Vic President. JON'A B. Bina, Secretary. The Quler City OF PHUiABELFHU, Outnw Ciirtii, eunutnlom ) • - - Tire Imium co steie , DwaDfegs, Pablie Bulld- lagI and Merchandize. Marine Inaunnoe on Tesssls sndfrelgbts to snd firm all pari* of the world. Alto. Inland Insurance od Goodt to and (ra*all pul* of the anion. 0*0. H. BART, Punan- mayfly H. COGGgilALL.SacawrABV. EUGENE ROLLING, Ageet, Oalveston, Texas. ID* Oille* at Boiling k Surer1*. No. 7 Insurancej ALABAMA INSURANCE COMPANY, Montgomery, Ala. QUAKER CXTT FIRE k. NIIINI INSURANCE n ft MP a m Philadelphia, Pa. NEPTUMB Mil * MARINE INSURANCE CO. Philadelphia, Pa. WASHINGTON JIB* k MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia Pa. I nsurance against losa or damage by Pire in the ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 January 1861

di "**í- f te Hé JWftaJM- £ 1 :1 MMiitfifjiai 11 #1 12 ===== ' LT CITILUR *c«. *■ ir I iwi Clark, Capt. Main , wttk gvasrsl car- go to Adam*, Jordan & Co. Bark Saa Jacinto, Capt to X. B. Kiebola * Co. . Frataa, from Bosjon, Tbs nawapapara atate that tbe filibuster ¿otoufi Bodtoy beinf delivers* om to ths Boa Ma im AVa m liéli riuíf!«■ —# m nuueq mj loe antnonnes of j, and ia now on bia way bade to tita ar The Liberty Gsxsttss a ta tea that Hoa. Janea M. Malay, and WÉ. C. L. Cleveland, an Candidates to represen Liberty County and Fbik, hi ft* State Convention. Judge Wm. Chambers is * Candidate to represent Liberty, Chambers, Jeferson, and Orange Coontiea. 0T* The State Gazette gires the names at Bounties, which hare endorsed the i for a State ConvsntkJb. They are Dallas, Harris, Galveston, Uve Oak, Washing- toa,Bell,Walker, Grim, flmiialn. Mil inn. Bexar, Colorado, Travis, and Lavaca. Liberty Cooaty has also done so. Fias ra BtnmrvrLU.—1Tbe extra from tbe In «Ass, dated Dee. 22, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 January 1861

k FRIDAY, ' The bill 1 North Carolina] by rote < for that pa par The Dumber of flares in Maryland is Hhi^ to have been diminished more than fif- dow is about aeventjr-fire thonsand. Hiasissrm.— The Jackson M'saissippian, *ays that retaras receired from rarioas coun- ' ties, leave no doubt that the straight out Se- I session party have earned the election* by an immense majority. - IW A .Washington letter sajp that the Tes- Congress, with the exception ,« ¿ I •í Í I I I • ■ if | A¿*feé .VP -34'-•* r t t .¿ it . fi : .t\ i * iou* *juJ . • r • Sin lira «£> V* -*>*' -s * a ,.r JU M P| -f?ü jfl r J Vpi l • t - ■ m Í ] ■ ■ ® f fl ' , üpgH.. JMMÑ as Delegation in of Jodga Reagan, seem to furor the indepen- dent action of that Stat* and a refusal on her part to Join any future confederacy, even of the *r*nP**>r BJ- The steamer Neptune No. 1, Capt. C. Blakettan, from Hwurton,, arrived thia morn' ing with 371 bales-cotton and the following pas Groins, McCray, Schuok, Speines, K S ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 January 1861

SB " y1 "*9 ■ • <ii 17 18 Ul< 17 328! UfM BP^Tbe Drayton Troupe will maka the favorite oomie open, -JPut Your stoutdsr to tit Wheel," at Cuino Hill. It ia unnecessary to aay they will have a crowded house. HT The steamship Snwanee wm tUtaiuH by adverse winds, having to lay to from 3 to 11 A. M. on Ship Shoal, made an attempt to galoot bat had to return aad wait until next a* The Orizaba arrived this morning from ladianola, having been detained by inclement wnatfaer. She reporto several achoooera out- side not able to enter, and brings 16 passen- gers, and 60 beeves. Bosun or a New Stiamship.—The new steamship John P. King, of the New York and Charleston line, waa homed off the Battery m Hew York harbor, on (be 18th. She waa on bar first trial trip and waa valued at $160;M0, only part of which waa inanrsd. She waa owned cocjointly ia Charleston and Hew York. ch letter to yon or any other person, ay recollection, fljr the reason that the call has been made by individuals having ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 January 1861

*'«* <1 COHPJ too. C < I . 1*1 nil i . I i Ofiae GALVESTON. CAPITAL vatzoress- sssísr- attj ¡JADEAR, VtaePrssidsoi. to taka Marina, Inlaad 1m asnal rates of premi bo pgcaapHr «Wasted. ter City Mfiruct Co., Of V1ULADELTHU, > Oirrrj.1,. - . Goods maud fromallperto . H- HA**, Paasnwrr ENE B0LL13G. ID OfBca at Boiling A loiuucel ALABAMA INSURANCE OOMPAMY, Moiafcgoi QUAKER CITY RH A MARIS* INSURANCE COMPANY. Philadelphia. Pa. &RPT0MB FIBE A MA Rim INSURANCE 00. Philadelphia, Pa WA3H1X0T0N FIRM A MARINE INSURANCE COMfANY, Philadelphia Pa. Insurance against km or damage by Vim In tbe above Companies, at tin Bait reasonable rataa. aogfl I j.romply adjee'ed. fc'ÍWl BNE S. BOLLI Jf 9, Agent, Gal vea ton, Texas. U*ar%ace igMuy. Agent for tba Bawd of Date- writers New York, Boaton, PUlafielohia. Raltt- mora and Mew Orleans, conunues ttf oorer Mariné, In land andRiverrisksla ftrtt elaaa Compañías 0*Penoas having lamranea tnilii ■ , may rely THE HcKECVEB Soath-Western Express Compaay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 January 1861

lit o H* if not paid within 6month *4 OO .... 10 Po*Caast«ra remitting two dollar* and fifty' cent, tor each advance subscriber, will be entitled to the other trty cent for ror.rincleeqmr.er tea ^ %i f<r ^ fint tad M cento aiMlttoaal for each subsequent insertion A liberal Mwtto Bade on vearly advertisements. end tothosewho advertise by the quarter or year. «EKIKIMT, JAN. t, igei. W" The North Carolina Legislature baa ad J°®*i MI the 7th of January. An effort to take np the hill for arming the State failed. New Post Omen.—New post offices hare been eatabiiahed at Lane, Bowie County, Kim ball, Bosque county, and Ten Mile, Bender ■on coupty, Texaa. Ginbbal Scott.—The National Intelli- gencer denies all the reports sent from Wash- ington aa to General Scott opinions. It says he has expreaed none. The population of Maryland i« 731,282, of which number 135,282 are alares. This shows an increase in the total population since 1860 of 148,351. There baa been an increase of 4980 in the nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 January 1861

Th tmlbnát ÜM the onde «stuf^j UTCBBAT, JJJTO1KT W1. 0T The baric Texian Star, from Galveston, arrived at Liverpool, England, on the Hth De- r, being 34 da ja out. R © BT* The ü. S. Mail iteamfbip Texas, Chaa. Fowler commander, from Hew Orleans arn*ed laat night with the following paaaenftra: Messrs. Donald, Forstor, Boric, Buch, Oil- chriat—20 on deck and 18 negroes. EST The bark Hanaon, Gregory, arrived yeateriay, from Bristol, *■*« «£• 2'4" iron raila, for «he Tyler road. The reaeel la I to Mesara. Kauffmao k Klaener. to fat a rsreUtion from for the ofany nnontora 1 Charleston, baa created great indignation opera tora | ^ Washington Mr. Deaflai'i mil. BT* The Governor baa iaaoed hia proclama- tion for the election of seven Commiaaionera to represent Texaa in a Convention of the Seuth- arn States, in accordance with a law of the last Legislature—the election to take place on the 4th day of February. We will publish the proclamation in oar next iaaae. Or The U. 8. Mai! steamer A. s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 January 1861

, COMMERCIAL. MARINE. H ' ,clt -f' a! Smuiis 14 15 1« 17 18 19 2122*3 84 25 28 I 11 JS 13 14 15 16 17 ¡18 1«90 81 2*2324 25 86 27 28 '3o 17118 1930S1 8 s 10 11 13 1415 1617 90 SI! 8334 27 28 29 30 31 Wot.' I 3 41# «I 7 '10 1112 13 14 17 18*1 8091 242526 27 28 2930 Do .. 1 SI 3 4 5 6 7 8 9;10 11'18 13 14 15tt|17 18 1980 21 89 S3 9930 31 91011 JAÜVAKI 7, (gel. Mobil*, Jn. *, f- m.-tl* United States - pkce wu txkea br Mobile Mobk Rum.—The LaGrange True Issue sajs that daring the Christmas holidays near Round Top, in Fayette county, two brothers, by the name of Wade, by some misfortune came into eollisioo, and one shot the other with a pistol, causing ima^iate death pr* Mr. Jas. Hi, Perry, a job printer in the Civilian office, was shot yesterday, snd se- verely, though we trust not fstaUy wounded, br a pistol in the bands of Mr. Hoag, a printer in fhe News office. The affair resulted from an altweatiw^fn w meeting of the praters. Hoag gave himself up to the Sheriff and is nqw in cus tod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 January 1861

fa. COMMERCIAL, Un mSVKARCB C *MHI e tuu-- g >ooo<o ,o. UR orrnoHD DICUHS, incm *. D. JOHHBON, MT, G_LVSStosl Office in Moto Castle, opposite Messrs r. fcd.g. Mills T. J. HEARD, M. D.,j janl a. M. WRLOH M. P .i PROTECT TOCIUU A€UBB nU 1' Uaira, Martae^nwHiwMwC* 0|to« Orwr <iT álr—' flALTMS*© . CAPITAL ------ *2<)OtOOU dibxctqm&- - . gjiiiif**! Ctao. W. GtOfM i.—t Ball, Jouw aac«« * i JonD^x. J o. IjL Jo—, jo MWI* 5* *• Hiiy'- 1 a. BiTcacocz, lmw« Bm, ¿aw** Warn. ALBERT BALL. President. J. DBAS, Vice President. WH A B. «« «ÍSSS w Marine, Intad I Bisks at the tunal rates of pre™ I will bapromptly adjuated.^ The QukerCity Iniraiee €••* OF PHILABRtPBU, , CU1TBD CAITTAL, " f^o'ooO eariTAi.AmBomnoa, - * . .~V,L Bn Jpsarmoe on Stoies, Dwellings,PnbUe Ve-els andfrt^U to and fro. tiljS¡rí^« lí£í «o aoo* «oaDdfwnaílpMto -fessiI~®0aaiKsss.. ir? Office M Boiling * wy<r ^ wo- insurance ! alabama INSURANCE COMPANY, Montgomery, Ala. OÜARER CITY *IBB k MAB1NK INSURANCE © COMPANY,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 January 1861

voL/xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15. 1861. NO.3 41." CIVILIAN (fHABt* HEHAB * C®. " r mmwiwcbiiio: - if not oaid within «aonthi nun will be entitled to the otter •3 90 4 " 10 SO* its for i w " utn o> iM . ringle «qosre of *• Ums, or lev, «1 fer tho lint '"./¿ «nuLfcHtionmlfor « chnibMqa«nt insertos . wtio advertise by the quarter or year. -yCQgAT, JAUUABT , 1861. IhdiaOT I* Llaxo.—The following extract . d^.n from * letter addressed to Dr. W. A. jlorriSi of thia city. It bears date of Dee. 24th, jgf|: « A Dartr of Indiana csme down in this vicin- j_ afeadaya ainoe and Mlled a man by the w Walker, and alao ron Mr. Moas into XT settlement .—They stole ten horses from «! Cree from Mr. Deats, and a great many ZZe from the surrounding eountriy. There ^uwpposedto be about twenty Indiana %££** ****??, m- — — .reliable of Llano. cosrBimoiis.—The States which . . __ ^...oUMadunng the present month 'at the following: Fkxfla... f... January Alabama January Alabama... Mississippi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 January 1861

BNK. ® o 1 I II I® R-J fcl <• JAHUABt It, 180O. > late hiring in Brazoria coonty, i were let at prices ranging from $200 to $350 per annum, showing no decline on pre- ▼kras prices. Uf A letter from New York says that there are three thousand prominent moneyed men in that city who are now prepared to come Sooth, having determined upon this course in the event of a dissolution of the Union. I3F* At the election in New Orleans, for Delegates to thé State Convention, twenty of the successful candidates are for immediate secession and five for co-operation with the other Southern States. As far as heard from a large majority of the State of Louisiana is for imme díate secession. |^*Tbe New York Evening Post,of the 29th says that during the delivery of Wendell Phil- lips's recent speech in the Music Hall of Bostor, a 1 irge body of armed men sat on the platform ready to shoot the first assailant who might lay hands on the speaker. He was also escorted home, by the police, and a band...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 January 1861

: 1112113 ¿7 28 29 10 11 IS |17181*80 Oct.. 13 14115 18 17 1314 151# 2637.28 3^567 10 11.12 13 14 1718'19 20 21 242526 2728! 1 S 3 4 5 8 «1011 12 „ 151617 18 1920 Í 22 23 24 25 96,27' 29 30 31 ..Q7.i MONDAY, JAH17ÁBT 14, 1861. Tn Imposts of Pboducs from New Or- leans, last week, embrace 100 bbla. molasses, f,471 bbla. floor, 5,408 bushels corn, with lots of pork, lard, sugar, potatoes, and other ar- ticles. . _ _ . Bf* Gen. Chambers and Judge Wm. Cham bers have each S5 rotea, and H. C. Hicks 32 rotes, at Liberty and B erth's precincts, to represent Chambers, Jefferson, Orange and Liberty comities in the convention. —, .g. . pT learn from the Liberty Gazette that Hon.N. if Charlton and P. A. Work, Esq., have been elected delegates to the State Convention fron®Tyler and Hardin counties. ftssrs. Cleveland and Maxcy have been elect*l from Liberty and Pglk. pgr Arrived on the 12th, schooner Winne bago, from Calcasieu, with 90,000 feet pine lumber and 60,000 laths, to 11. S. Parsons. Scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 January 1861

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