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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 January 1861

vol. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22. i861. at the Bifhl Time. .. - •• if not paid within «months 4 Daily per annum ( Commercial per annum..... 3( GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN. mi!hd «t . vtvabt, ihenabd ft CO, In 1826, Mr. Jefferson, writing to J no Holmes, _ raica o> aaascairrtoa: I used the following prophetic language. The W«Mri>er«niin"; . 3 00 sige of Monticello clearly discerned as an al- moit inevitable development the terrible curse I of a ueoorápuicai. party based on hostility to «SSíSSSenSLlSer.'wiU^íhe ÍM"totion of «"> «o "-- How sadly true flfty cents for commlaaiona. M us gloomy prophecy proving 1 He said : for a siaglesqoare often linas, OTkn^tl for tha ñrstl. th'8. momentous question, like a fire- •ndSOoenta additional for cach aubaequent insertion I, ' Ul "'K^t, awakened and filled me with a liberal deduction made on vearly advertisement,, and I tfm>r- 1 considered it at o ace as the knell of to those who ad vertiae by the quarter or year. the U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 January 1861

gT As far as we can perceive, the counties generally hare voted for Delegates to the State Convention, and a very large majority—proba- bly nine-tenths—of the Delegates elect are for immediate secession. 0 Grimes County cast two-thirds of'the usual number of vites, though all the candidates were for secession. The vote stands for Hutch- ins, 317; Palmer, 476; Dunham, 521; Mcin- tosh, 5t)0 ¡.Rogers, 88. Cherokee Coujitt.—The Enquirer says, that the election " for irembers to the Conven- tion, resulted in the choice of Gen. Joseph L. Hogg, James M. Anderson, Esq., P. G. Bhome and Col. T. J. Jennings. There were over 800 'votes cist, 30 of which were for no Conven- tion. Jíto gorít ¿ytortemiitta. married, On the morning of the l th inst., in the Pres- byteritn Church, Galveston, by the Rev. Dan- iel McNair, Dr. Alexander H. Wrioht, to Mrs. Elizabeth Whiting, buth of Beaumont, Texas In" Trinity Church, on the 16th inst., by Rev. Mr. Eaton, T. C. Armstrong to Miss F. E. Hancock, all of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 January 1861

ii n a 10 n M17 18 10 81 28 23 24 31 6| 7: 8 11 18! 13 14 1ST*,.. 18 19(8081 « « 25 «2728 89;3U'31 Smrr- I1 ® 3; 4 s! 6* 7 [ 8' 910 11 12 13 14 15 l#17il8.1#W081 388312485 80 89 0 T..i..j..| 1[ 8! 3' 4j 5 • 7| 8 9 10 IMS 2 4 9,1011 _ _l#jlT|18 21Í839B84 25ÍM 38:99*0' ' 13 1415 16 17 30 31 Not. 51 #! 7 12 13 14 It 20 31 32 43 24 Si ¿«37 98 89 ®LC7..|..|..l 1 SiSiiwiJu 1617,18 1920212 23 24 25 26 87 28 291 30.. 17 18 19 20S! 1^.. 1 21 3 4 5 6! 7 8 8Í10 11 1213 14 15 16117 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31?. JION#A¥, JANUARY si, 1861. Fort St. Philip and Jackson, at the month of th« Mississippi, are now garrisoned bj 105 Louisiana Tolonteers. Tai Rkbto or Pboducb from New Or- leana laat week embrace 575 bbls flour, 2,857 sacks corn, a considerable falling off in the former and an increase injthe latter, showings return to first principles. Louisiana Cawmraw.—The Baton Rouge Advocate gives the list of delegates elected in forty-four parishes, and says : At present we foot op sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 January 1861

Ü it. COMMERCIAL, IHIVHARCE COIHPANV Capital—*5,000,0 O. MW DIVIDEND DECLARED, PEE CENT B. D. JOHNSON, A MKT, G_LT*rro«. OSoe in ltoro Caaüe, oppoaii* Miasri R.&D.G. Mills I. J. HEARD, M. D.,¡ 8.HWILCB M. D .t PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST TIM! I tJnloa, Marine, ,4 Fire Iasirance Co <?£le« Corner 0/ Strand and 33d Street, GALVESTON. capital ------ 9900,000 I DIRECTORS— Al J. Oto. Ball, Gao. Bc-run, Law's fbosh- T BALL, JrucK.c^*. «£ J-J™" Joan Pbaii, John Hcuji, l m. Hitchcock, C. B. Hcoi IttADOUlTKR, ALBERT BALL, President. J. DEAN, Vice President, jnv'i a BEERS, Secretary. This C«ni-ay ii V-PVTd to take Marine, Inland Navigation and Kre Biaka at the asnal rates of prcmi n„ Sd claims for loaaea will be promptly adj anted. The (tiakerCity Ins «ranee Co., or PH1LADELPHU, CHAKTOUtO CANTAL, - Catital ahd SrarLcs, - - - E"*5">uuu Eire Insurance on Stores, Dwellings, Public Build lag and Merchandise■ Marine Insurance on Vessels and fiwgnts t° •nd all parta of the world. 11 rarts Als...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 January 1861

f ' ' V ÍÁí^líl . • ' ' * K'H $M¡fe** «=■= - ' O © © © YOL. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING,, JANUARY 29. 1861. NO. 43 GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN P* L!SIUD it STUART MEJfABD 4c CO. nicB ow iincurnoa: WeeklT personam -j 93 00 .< " •' if not pcldwithin 6 months 4 00 Daily per annum . lu Commercial per annum 3 00 Postmaster* remitting two dollars and fifty cents for each advance subscriber, will be entitled to the other flfty cent fot eomssissions. tltd os advbktisiks : For a single iqnare often lines, or less, $lfor tba first and 50 cents additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction madepn vearly advertisements, and to thoae who ad viVtise by the quarter or year. TCE9B1T, JANVABT«2, lSOl. t^f* Bowie countj ie reported to have gone unanimous for secession. BT Six secessionists have been elected to the State Convention from Smith county. [3?~ In Johnson county 102 Totes were east for the convention. Boyt and Bradshaw, se- cession , elected. In Marion 368 rotes were cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 January 1861

MBspMI V-: hi II 1 ft Si (SMian. rKlBATi JAHDABI it, 1861- HF The bsrk Tens sailed from Cardiff, Wales, on the 21st December Ust, with rail- road iron for Texas roads. Kg* Washington accounts say that instruc- tions bare been sent to the commander of the Gulf Squadron for the speedy return of some of the vessels now cruising in the Gulf of Mex- ico. This is regarded as an evidence of the peaceful disposition of the administration to- wards the Gulf States Thx Weather has been quite cold of late, in the northern and eastern States. The New York Courier and Enquirer, of the 14th says The ice in the East and North rivers is plen tv and sharp, though not heavy. Several ves seis at anchor in the North River were badly cut. Some difficulty was experienced by the Southern steamers which arrived on Sanday in getting in their ships. t&~ The steamer Neptune No. 2, C. Blake- man commander, from Houston, arrived this morning, with 400 bales cotton and the fol- lowing passengers: Seans, M N ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 January 1861

1011M Mime u is 1718 37 38 39 30 31 mo 11 131* is is 171 ií 1718 1830-91 ffl....'..I.. 34 35 36 ®4¥ 'AHtlBi 88* 1861. W Th« Steamship Texas, Capt. Talbot, arrived this morning at 4 o'clock from Pass frailo, being unable to cross tbe bar at In- dianola. 9 \3F~ The steamship Ariel, from Aspiniral), with tbe passengers, mails and specie brought down to Panama by tbe steamer wbicb sailed (¡rom San Francisco on tbe 1st, arrived at New York Jan. 25, with $1,025,000 in specie. E# It is now confidently asserted that Lin- eóla has thus far fsiied to obtain the consent of a single Southern man to aerre in his ca- binet. Mr. 8cott, of Virginia, to whom an ap- pointment was tendered, has declined to aerre in the Black Republican administration. The nommiMinmrs of South Alabama addressed the Cowreatfoa. The Com- missioners from Al things, "Co-operation meant' wait,' go on'—invite the State of Louisiana to send delegates to Montgomery." A communication was rece i led from Sena- tors 8tidsll and B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 January 1861

Stomas Cari COMMERCIAL, PiVHANGE COBfAHT. C&pitiai—tó ,000,0 0. LAST MTIDENl D10LAB1D, FSB ODT B. D. JOHNSON, Aonrr, Q_LVBrro*. OfflsetaMoroCa tle,opp«*ite Meerri B-fcD.a.Mill T. J. HEARD, X. D.,i Medial IxuniBMt. jtnl 8. M. WELCH M. D .1 MwnaM ' PROTECT YOC&SKLf AGAINST FI&l!! Union, Marine, 4 Fire Insnrance Co. O0c* Corner of Strand and <&d Strut, GALVESTON. CAPITAL •••••• *200*000. DIRECTO RS— AiaotT Ball, Jrut Ktrnui, Qwo. W. worm J.Tkzduuch, Joh* DIAK, J*°- «to. Ball, Joh* Mcbb. 0. H-Bumat, Oto. Brnoi, 1> X. Hitchcock, ImABomm Dm, Law'r tunn. . ALBKHTBaxj,.Pi J. DEAS, Vice Pi JON'A 8. BKBBS, Sec"®"?' . . „ . . .. . Th> Company i P«P®«< «o ke Marine, Intend S^rimtion auJ Fire Bi ks «the usual rate* of premi am. ftzHrbixns for loeees will be promptly adjusted. The Qaaker City Insnrance Co., OF PUILADKtPHU, fiHABTXUD CA.tTAL, $500,001) WAMTIL Ain> Srimct, • - . $050,000 ® fir Iniaranoe on Stores, Swelling*, Public Build- la,-* and Merchandise. Marine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 February 1861

an íi fecttc vol. xxm. galveston, tuesday morning, february 5. 1861. galveston weekly civilian MTV ART, KÍETIABD * CO. mcx m ■raacmirnoH: Weekly psrannum ' $3 00 .. - if not p«M within «nonths 4 00 Daily fkr annum 1U 00 Cosnerdal personam 3 00 P— '— remitting two «olíais and fifty eenUfor eaeb ad ranee subac riber, will be entitled to the other fifty cent for for a «lacle square of ten linea, or leas, $1 for the first and 90 centa additional for each aubaequent insertion A liberal deduction made en TearlyadvertisaDents, and ta those who advertise by the quarter or year. TVEIMT, Jll\tlB¥fM861. Jgjf Trinity river was falling at tbe last ac- coanta. The late rains do not appear to hare extandA to its upper Tributaries, and we fear that «teamen will be unable to visit Ibe upper landings. . 9 gy The Exports of produce from New •rleans last week embrace 1,283 bbls. flour, 4,375 sacks corn, and the usual variety and amount of tbe articles of groceries and provis- ions. The dram of money fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 February 1861

♦ Urn | ark ^tomiaeuinto, Cincinnati Markcu Cincinnati, Jan 31.—Flour closed active, with sales of 3 000 bbls. at $4 60@4 63 for perfioe. The sales of whisker included 970 bbls at 14c. V gallon. Western mess pork is quoted at $17 If barrel. LATER FROM EfROFE. „« a. .r— improvements, I would lik* to know gr We are indebted to Mr. Cashing, editor of the Houston Telegraph, for the matter em braced « our dispatch, givin,? an account of the aeddent on the Central road. ARRIVAL OF STEAMSHIP BOHEMIAN. Portland, Jan. 30.—The steamship Bohe- mian has arrived at this port from Liverpool the 17th, via Londondrerjr the evening of the 18th. Co Hiscs.—The receipt* ot Texas hides at Hit Yorkrin 1800, amounted to 1*7,221, beside 91 bales. I3T Rhode Island baa placed herself right on therecord. The bill for the rapeal of the anti-fugitive slave law of that State baa passed both house* of its Legislature, and become a law. W The Colombia Democrat states that pe gin-bouse on the plantation of Col. Wm....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 February 1861

3 9,10 mhB S 93 24 *5 1 Weekly p 8 Nov. 13141 If lC 15 18 9 20 21 : 9 SO 21 3 9 10111 WIT 23 242 30 - - 0 11 12 1920*1 17¡M|1 S0 21 28 22 23 "4 25 29 30111 .. [Expnasly for th; Civilton.] 'unf* •> SeceMiM Oiiuuml SUBJECT TO A TOTE OP TH« PEOPLE I _r«, WW. _Omr latest news inn Lirarpool ia up to tie irthfa^.Tia QMHlm.pr I Etna. She briaga toar davala ■OJIBAT, FEBRUARY 4, lg«]. tar Arrirnl yesterday (Sunday) ttts bark T. W. House, Capt. Bearee, from Boston, to E. * B. Xicho^A Co. ST The steamer Neptune No. J, C. Blake- man commander, from Houston, arrived here yastarda$ with 231 bal^a eotton and the fol- . lowing pusengera: . Mrs Hand,' Miaa Falrel, Griffith, Shipman, Tbomaa, Gooch, Stafford—5 on deck. ty The U. S. M. steamship Matagorda, A. S. Gardner, commander, from Braabxr, arnved here yesterday, with the following passengers o Kahl, Rogers, Esther, Young, Miles, Fuller Cos, Davis, Gilbert, Poo re, Menbosb, Newberry, Noel, Wood, Miss Smith, Smith, Mathews, Mc- Nicholsoo, Curry,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 5 February 1861

fa. m com mer( ;i al, live miobahcb COBPAJIÍ Capital—WtOOOtOO. last dividís declared, m on E. D. JOHNSON, ion, 0-i.rmrn*. Office in Moro Castle, oppo«rt* «" R.*D.fl.Rtlto T. J. HEARD, M. D-,, M^.i taminer*. jul 8. M. WELCH. M.P .I — PROTECT T0CB88LV AGAINST FIRM! I Union, Marine, & Fire i*5Rr*ne« c« Comer o/Strand and 2&f Strtd, GALVESTON. capital ------ «800*000. DIBECTOB8— Albert Ball, JuuDiKiomuji, Geo. W. oxotn J ruBOticH, Jon Dam, Jao. M. Jones, o bo. Ball, Jom. Mciuk, O.R. hey, Gao. Bctijb, l M. Hitchcock. iiamw Dm, Law f*o*h. albikt ball, President © J- DXAH, Vice President. JON'A 8. BEERS, Secretary. This Company i* preparad to take Marine, Inland Navigation and Tire Bisks at the asnal mes of premi m and claims for losses will be promptly adjusted. ® © ® thg Quaker City Jisiraaca Co., OF PHILADKLPHU! CHAITBUI CAITTAL, $500.OM) G OaTITAL AND Brame*, - * - - $250,000 Pire Insurance on Stoics, Dwellings, Public Build- ion and Merchandise. Marine Insurance on Vessels and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 February 1861

vol. xxm. 0U.TESTOH WEEKLY CITILHI . " __ I I ordinance of Secession baring already ITCABT, BCTA* * reached as and been published, the details of wouituní"'- " *3m U «ewi from Austin are of lest interest, -< If apt paid witMnSnsatha ^4 80 I though worthy of note. Before the ordinance 300 •GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12. 1861. NO. 45 g*** 3 00 I WM adopted, coaunnnieation was received by Pmnaiten rcalttiog two dolíais awififty oenUfor the convention, from the Governor, in which he ®rffc - 6n °a>eT reeognixea the convention as fully and entirely 1 °*n mat o* '■ aa the act of the Legislature bad done, and V^M^n^i^foreKhVab^nenMn^ti^' I himself to co-operate in its action A liberal deduction made on vearlyadvertlsenenta. and should it agree to submit it to the people for •o thooe who 4v*rü~ by th« qaarter or year. I ratífioatk , and to abide their decision. In every event, be avows bis determination to go heart ana soul in whatever course tbe people 1TMMI rBBBCARY ft* 186...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 February 1861

lian. tCARI 8, 1881. i ab:p Universe cleared at Liverpool, . 13, for Galveston. L# G>I. John D. Pitta, of Haya county, died at Anatin, laat Tuesday morning. Telegraphic. 7HÉ TEXAS TELMRAPH C >.* 1IW ■ . ... . ■ _ Civilian.] • " BT It ia expected that the Legislature will adjourn on Monday next. BT The Texas convention adjourned laat Monday night, to reassemble at Austin the 2d day of March. jy The stay lav had not been adopted at the last accounts from Austin, though it regarded as certain that such a law would be adopted. • Accounts from Washington City, dated 0 Feb. 4, by telegraph, aay that tt. Hamilton, of Texas, has made a strong Union speech in the House of Representatives. The Supreme Court has not yet com' menced business at Galveston. Chief Justice Wheeler arrived last Tuesday evening; but neither of bis Associates has yet arrived. Akbiyid.—Ship W. H. Wharton, Captain Smith, arrived from Liverpool, to Wo. Hend- ley k Co. Also, schr. Mary Standisb, Atwood, 18 days from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 February 1861

?,! ¡y -' TB8V-% Pift •Mi 4 #1011 16.17-18 15 16 17 13 1415 1617 SS 26,-n ¿8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16I1718 1*20121 fffir l#ll ■1516:1710 ffig 3425 30 I 2 ó a ^3 1314 15161716 ■%g«gl i 13141516 17 27 38 29 30 31 5 6 7 12 13 14 19 20 21 2S alar 829 30 2 Jí} «f¿¡'• * * 1 , j 10 11 12 13 14 15 1617 la 19 202122 (23 2425 2627 28 29 ,1011 1813 14 15 16 17 18 19* 30:31 32 3324 35 96.27 38 39 30 31 idjftf, febi 'HABÍ 11 1861. EV call attention to tbe card of Dr. A. C. Scott, Oculist and A unit. Ife comes highly recommended by tbe medical faculty, Divines and citizens of Texas. 19" Arriad yesterday, (Sunday) the ship J. W. Fannin, Capt. Brings, from Kew Tork, to Hendley k Co., also, bark Tezana, Capt. Brand, from New York, to W. Hendley k Co. tíf be C. S. M. steamship Gen. Rusk, ° John Y. Lawless commander, from Sew Or leans, arrived here yesterday with the follow- ing passengers : Maabuck k lady, L. Parker, ffm Habn. 0T Tbe newspapers state that Gen. David X. Twiggs, U. S. A., has been relieved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 12 February 1861

fjjjni 5 :i ' BRITISH COMMERCIAL, LIN IMTKAHCI Omgitrnt MiOOOIO O. LAM iff* IBM I B. D. OSoilnMoroCastla, *. J. HEARD, K. ft,t AM. WELCH M.P .I JMÜ m sonct tourolf AGABirr raí i1 «Viím, üUriie, * Fire lasiruM C«. • O0mV*ntrif&\mmi mmdUáJUmt, * «ALTIKOI. ' DIRECTORS- _ _ Jn. M. Jo**, & to.lnut, I> M- Uirt fly J7iiA*,Vk*rn*lnt. SBBSfegar TiisneM! : •t&s/'LX Ml $asmts8 Carte- ■■ • Dala* «treet, Raw < FllLKK'S Palcat Plow <1 Soo* U'SSSís.íssass^'r5 J ¿?¡2¿2S¡rSon>w « Mferttl aarigna* rtss CAUDLE * CO., Stnuid, ■"'■■i' «*">* BTATIOHABT A PORTABLE 8TRAM ZNOIMM Circular Saw Milla, FoftaMaSnla lUlla. <• ■- mam «o. OULBIPIE * BOCKWOOB. MERCHANTS A 0OIX CTIII AflWT . Strand Street, Galveston, Taw. "* JT^. ' YZTT.- nUdtcd. í¿2¡rííífc3! HrteWn«a fc Co., Wm. Beodley cS!* B m«h*i* * 0*- i-*"?** S * A Co.,*. _ _ . Houston; Bush A Header tsgeoaaly don* at this Office. and Isaas n< Instad aDd paid. deal ■. P. HD*T THE McAEETE Soath-Westera Express CW* J KEW 0BLEA5S, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 February 1861

m 1M !M k vol. xxm. = galveston, tuesday morning, february 19, 1861. WEEKLY CIVILIAN A liberal AMY IttlSSI no. 46 H CmkI« i low at New Yt*k. We have ac counts of faMk of SW net salted Texas, 60 a„ 6 alt , and 4)0 Texas, «elected 15 8ra, 18c., t month , rejecting bad hide . %gf The tf. 8. ID ait steamship Mexico' arrived this evening at hall-past 3, from New Orleans, with the following passengers : mn Emma Seel/, Mrs Swger, Stockton, A Maxwell, Perce A lady, DeCilis, Lilley, Lew , Fletcher, Baldwin, Conner, Chas Conner, B A Sheppard—11 on deck and 2 negroes, " Back Again."—Mr. J. A. Beveridge, the accomplished writer, both in prose aad Tersa, altara sofoornrf returned on a visit to Gal rea ton. As editor of the Printer he exhibited talents of the first order, and we trust that they will not be again hid in a napkin or obscured in aagjfciher way. He can ahine at any tima and any where, if he will. QTH.G. McCulloch, Esq. Ü. 8. Marshal for the Eastern District of Toras has published in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 February 1861

% ihe tirita. SfMlal Di.pattllt ! «■ feam Sel ta. FBIDA¥* l'EBBÜABT 16 1861. tekM •« «he *•* Or l ty Lerdo de Tejada has received a major- ity of the rotes for President, in the capital an« the ral ley of Mexico, and is believed to hire been elected to the suprema executive office of that anarchical country. VicKSurBG PiCirr Stbam* Char. Btrmirr.—The steamboat Charmer, of the Vicks- borg and New Orleans line, was destroyed by fire on Sunday night last, about 10 miles below Donaldlonyille. Several lives are supposed to be lost. yg According to the late ceensus returns, the seven seceding States contain 2,703,646 free inhabitants %pd 2,260,677 slaves. The six other slave States, not including Delaware, contain 4, 8X,87:t free inhabitants and 1,561,801 slaves. California.—The last accounts say that a grand Union demonstration by the military o San Francisco was in prep^ation and to take Place on the 22,1 of February Three sets of Union resolutions had also been introduced into the Legi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 February 1861

it Civilian. O COUNTING H0Í8E CALENDAR fn.. Ar*. *20 21^ 27* Aw..- IBIIfl IL,.. 14 15 IB 17 1819 20 j1 ss 23 24 25,26 87 !g8SW3«31 •••.,•• LU 1 2: 3 J 4 5 « - 8' 9 10 II Jg-13.1«lS 18 17 15 19-20 21 -« 23 24 25 28 -•7 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112 13 14 1516 17 18 19 20 21 •225324 25 3647 28 29 Sttl. . '¡I 9I a, 4l Í 6 0#T..'• ■ ..I 1.2 3 4! 5 7^ 910111213 6 7 8 9101,1,2 l4,lfe,l7M;i 8U' 131415 16 17,8 19 Bate h| «tan? ***''5 « 7¡ 81 910 11: X,T-■■'••I 1; 2 f «74Swartl 17 18 19 20 2122 23 ^u!T. „ :! Ji 24 25 2627 28 29 30 2 3 4( 5 6 7 8¡l D« .. 123 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12131415 8 91011 121314 16 17|18 1920*21 22 1516 17 18 19 20-21 B "24 262728 29 222324 25 86 27 28- !.. .. ..UP-!i 29 3031.. 1' 2 3 8; 9 10 15 16 17 28 293031 4 5 '« *7 8 11 12 13 1415 16. 18 19 20 21.22 23: 25«127. )!.. ..'I "¿'¿I''¿'7 8 9¡j Bmtt U 12 1314 15 1 .. 18 192021 82 23 fclgJ'M'ST'- ,*#* ION DAY* FEBBliABV 18, 1861. The bill for the admission of Kansas has received the siffnature of^he President. PT Arrived...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 February 1861

PEELER'S corroa eras, BIS les^etoannounee to Mrp Texas, that they have opened * branch of their , SAW AND oust MILL. STATIONARY k POET Circula Saw Mil °SS JXO. T. ftOCKWOOft. GILLESPIE * MERCHANTS AMD COLLECTING AGENTS. Ci triad Street, Galveston, Texas. CooslcamenU to oar care far re-ihlymit shall be unaptly forwarded, aad all hila tai entrusted to aa will receive our personal attention. Consignments and Collection respectfully solicited. ma TO—Ball. llutehlngs fe Co., W Bendly * Co , X. B. Nicho! A Co.. Oalreaton; W-. *• yrilioQ. John KflinaiT TTraifrm • Ruh Je Hender- ^Meap-eaíTShTSS^, NST-O-D- -* In calling attention to the above card, wa wcmU r«*pectfully state that harm/ made Yrmí£"?f!]í*lü Uñateo. (An prepared to sMp, dther by Kallwgt or Steamboat; all (ooda eootigBtd to aa W *■* rter of tha State, also all pwfa® ar artfcda¡from the country consigned tooor bou , through Htourtc , ■us OS all ax nan. except drayapito Central Railroad. W"' ™ . ca-Partnerthlp lotice. %7ú.'^rm Loi...

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