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

E c ill. I , o O o ü U © f k i /'i tí / vol. xxm. V SALTSSTM WEBELI CITILIM. nlUlID BT mtvaht, menabb * ce. run 01 HMCiirnow; Weekly peranoum $3 00 TT >' - U not paid within 8 month 4 00 Dalí/ V*tannu WOI Commercial par annum... 3 00 Postmasters remitting two dolían end fifty cents for ail vanee subscriber, will be entitled to the other attf eeata for eoanMona. ■tTM o At>vnmsi*o: for a single square often linea, or less, #lfor tha fint ■ail M cents additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on vearlxadvertisemants, and te th*se who advertisa by the quarter or jear. tiihibjit, febrcahv 3q, 1801. • V (#* The barque Poinsett arrived at Boato Fob. IT, from Galveston. jgj* At San Antonio the rota for secession was 535; against secession 562. JST Travis, Bastrop and Fayette counties gave small majorities against secession. 1ST It is reported that Grimes county gave ft unanimous vote for secession. EST At Walliaville, Chambers county, we learn from Hon. Wm. Cha...

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

— flic Civilian. rKlBAf. DIAJtlH 1, 1861. Mum.-New York, Fab. 31, el Koranbm, Hsling. ■T Arrired at Boston, Ifcb. Clark, and brig Aorsto and V< &T Arrired to-day, I** Ataao, 56 day* from Liverpool, with 151 ton best •team coal and 3000 «acta salt, to J. Shackel- ford. Alao, baric T * J, Cartis, from Cuba, to B.AD. G. Mills. fjf Mr. Hancock' Female Academy will begin its firtt term next Monday. He is an ex- Derienced teacber, and ha conducted iustitu* tions of a high character elaewbere with g.wrr n«°R rtnuia continue to reach ua; but few of the countiea are complete. We hare ratania, mow or lea complete, from M coun- ties. Out of about eleven thousand vote , only eleves hundred are against aeeeaaion. This ia 9 perhaps a fair index to the rote of the State- ten in fkror of secession to one against it. par* The statement heretofore made that Mr. Sawyer bad, or intended to discontinue any of jlia contracts is, we learn from good authority, unfounded. 5o contracts will be discont...

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

OES ffce <$mlm CeBNTIW lOÜSfi CALENDAR 18 13 M ii }Q IB 1920 31 ll¡J9tl3lS4 au 30 31 IIIONDATi ISIBCH 4, 1861. SHi YOM, r ,0 (V The schr. J. B. Myers, from Matagorda Bmj, arrivad at New York 25th Feb. Jgf" The bark Fortania sailed from Liver- pool Feb. 8th, for Gal rea ton. j vhe as IOH, IBON. STIC E9* The San Antonio Ledger of Feb. 27th leanw that two men were recently killed and a girl 11 years old was taken prisoner by Indians about 7 or 8 miles from Fort Inge ; one man al- so is missing. faf- It asaos to feé pretty ^ "o1*** sw Snmtor and Fort FiehMWe baM m rendered by (he Unitod been before the prasent tune. iDe ««««« hare for some ri«* aceoaa1 of S^Tt «A and other prep^atíoo. for the "fS" a^r ^oth ®^linVbtítery established M Cananin'* point is covered on the oottide with railroed iron, and is almost as im rui- as Fort Sumter. Three large mor- 00 the '*"er '"ort> *re mounted hi it aád three M pounders bearing in the same direction. Anderson's largest guns are point- ed «ga...

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

% Ji: , ¡i 11 k CO. d w and 8TRAM XNOIXM Hill*, «wrings, fee., fcc 1St Sc bockwood, 7 and General Commission I AND COLLRCTINO AGENTS. Galveston, Texas. to oar care for resWjanent shall bs ad ill business «otnuted to as nnal attention. Consignments ► respectfully solicited. ¿tail. Hutching* fe Co., Wm. Head ley Nichols fc Co.. Ualveston ; Wm. K I Kennedy, Houston; Bush fc Hender I rOtoach fc Banner, N a vasota Depot. ** above card, we would J made arrangement in Steamboat,Ml ko¿d, -'te inte- riorof the State, also all produce or articles from the country consigned to oar house, through Houston, van or ill umu, except dray age to or from the Central Railroad. seplMfcw6m ■on. liempnean ; uiougti fc Boi In calling attention to the ¡ respectfully state that laving Hawton.we «re prepared tos! I I C««Partnership l Uce. e. «rom, Louisburg, N. C. STKOTHER 4 STOKE, COTTON FACTORS, Am* Csamittlsn merchants, OaLTOTOM. THE undersigned hare this day formed a co-partner- Alp under the above name, ...

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

/ L - • ' ' * - U'uJ @ e (Eke iHitiilian anii o • P vol. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12. 1861. NO. 49 GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN. rviLnmv BY jff fclf ARD Sc CO* © pricb or hmcbimon: We-kly perannom 93 00 •• " if not paid within fi months 4 00 Daily per annum. 10 00 Commercial per annum 3 OU Postmaster .remitting two dolían and fifty cent* for eachadvancesubacriber, will be entitled to the other fifty cent*forcommixioni. ratm Of ADVEKTlsIKO : f ir a tingle square of ten line*, or lesa, 91 for tha first and 50 cents additional for each subsequent insertion A literal deduction made on vearly advertisement , and to those who advertise by the quarter or year. TUESDAY, 1QAKCH 5, 1861. HP Messrs. Andrews and Kleinecke have been re-elected Aldermen for the 4th Ward. |ar Geo. Mason, Esq., was yesterday elec- ted a delegate to the convention, without oppo- sit/M), in place of John¡Muller. resigned. jy Nearly twelve hundred votes were cast in this city yesterday for uiuicipal officer...

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

IMSÜ— FKI ®A* MA«CM > 1MI- ry The steamer Neptune, Capt. Cb. Blafe*- man, from Houston, armed this morning wüb 108 tales cotton and the following pu«n- **Mr iWWte, child * •err't. Mi* Ch*rto«e 4 ■, Robertson. Scott, Kirbr, Fobotj NT — - ""li Moore, Kitroy, O'Connor, Willingbam, _ McMnrrmy. Talbot, Andera, Brown, Dooorta Charlotte A J Berrta—2 on deck. \g w £<tsuio as® ta Su S*c*t>u«í Cot- to'k Stato.—The 5. 0. Bulletin makes the following exhibit of population from the census , of 1860. 1 I860 1850 Grain. Ml. S«.th*rT> State* 4-4^3.368 3518.048 S9S.3SO f&^SÍEdÍÜÜ....IWJW 8 704.729 «3.813 Pf Southern neigain 471.40" These 8)rures make an awful chasm in the boasting of New England about their progress contrasted with ttfc " stationary or retrograde movements of the South." ~ Warn abe We 1— It is evident, from the ^rots of the psople, tbst Texas is no longer in the Union; but it is not so clear as to where she really is. The Montgomery convention, last Saturday, admitte...

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

fjbe Civilian. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR ifpijfil Jan.. .J--! li t 3 4 5 Jul •• 12 3 4 5 6 : « 7i 81 *101113¡; ! " 8 #10 II 12 13 b?14 15 16 17 18 )ft 14 15 18 17 18 19 *U JíUfSl Ü2 23 24 9S % 81 23-23 24 25 26 27 fS7- 3SH3IMil ..i. ¡I se '3 31¡-.¡.. •• • •!•• I" *•!•• 1 Ara 1 21 3 : 31 4! 5' 6 7 8 # A"*'i 4 5 61 ' 8| #¡10 Ju U 12 13 14 15 10 , 111*11314(15 16 17 §7 1 1**>.««23H 18 19f!0 21 22*3 24 ^*S*ta7tei..j77n B5'Jd.27 28 2#3u31 ^,. 45N: Q7Íl8¡lVíÜ21'^2í3 '^21 . tPmrB 8 iOTr An .CÍ'í 2' ¿I 4Í * 9 0«tJ..M 1, 3; 3. 4! 5 j 7] • 10 1118 131 4 7] 8 9101112 jüffigg;S5| !W««' !'lw!' : 5 a 71 s #10 nú 19113 14 15 16 17 IS h# ¿0 31 Si,23 24 25'J l 27íiea8 30 3iTTn feagiga • ! 1! 3 909132 23 24 ¿5 26 37 98 3# 30 31,.J. h^.iXlq 34 5 6 10 11:12 13 14 1516 17 18)192021 33,23 24 25 96 27 28 29 30 .{1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19,20*1. 23 23 24 35 96 2738 39 30 31 .. MONDAY, 9IAKCH II, 1861. t-&~ Spoken off Sand Key, Feb. 17, bark Louiaa Eaton, from Galveston, for Havre. t...

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

IWl. MTH^NWTEBT. 1861. qrgLAMP^or cuba. • &2S% 2 2?T5? ,,LS5STDW*1 « rf W-00® -oh- * «*" 2!^bot cr of tkSl.bu.rf of Owi , whlth will tak. SiSdu^gthe ye« MSI, in tbm «t, at Havana, * SÍSoí hi* Excellency the aup*rtat o«l ntOmni in oonfenaitr with «t* propo«ol oftfca administration at (hi* Brmnch, designating «"« «• « *• •• • dlHtriboted, the Frite* lad Dtjn of Drawing*; Di swing No. 648 - 851 - «M - 1 •' «53 •• 654 " #55 " 656 on invar* ......on ^annary23 onFefcroarji on Jetrn*rj27 onHtidiU on April 4 .on April 26 April in i May' on If 17 83 .on June 8 on Jane SB on Jaly 13 on July 30 on August 17 on September 4 on ScomberS-l on October 11 on October W November 14 November 16 17 - 657 « 658 •• 659 " 660 , " 3... « 661-. " OS*' • 663.. " '• 664 on ORDINARY DRAWINGS, (fhe Prises in these Drawing will be u toIlow'; 1 of. I of. 1 of. 1 of 1 of 50 of - 60 of ¿Y."®" 158 of <".* SO approximation* 8,800 «360,000 ^TBAOBBINABY DRAWINGS. 1be Prises in these Drawings will be as follows: ....

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

.. vol. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCHnPTsfiT NO. 50. LATER ran EUROPE. WEDNES9AT, ISABCH 13 1861. PmmscoU tifht* Discontinued fmiHSDAi, MARCH 14, 1861. K GAL?E8T0Sf WEEKLY CIVILIAN UTVJkMT, BRHABD * CO. • •mciiraoi: If not paid within 8 «oath. *4 00 IN dolían and fifty cent* for be entitled to th* other Poatmasters remitting two do each advaccetatMcrlbsr, «111 ■fly sent* fer en—lee! ins. uw o tmiTinira: for a «iagtoaqntre often Une , or leo, «lfor tb* Ant ud eentsadrHtional for each nbeeqaent ta A Hberal deduction nade on TetrlyadTertiaements, ! who advertías by tfc* quarter or year. AT, HUSCH 1 , 1861. The Charleston ««respondent of the Rich mond Dispatch says that these Forts are ably manned; six or seven great batteries frowning 'We call attention to the advertisement on Somier at the same time and ready for <• of Mr. J. T. Jackson, druggist, in this day's tioo. 7 "C M . J. has lately received a Urge and The Charleston (3. C.) correspondent of well selected stock of d...

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

r.. it Civilian. FHIBAVI BABCH is* 1861. par The Great Eastern was to leave Eng- land the first week in March for Norfolk, Vir- ginia, where she has been guaranteed a cargo, chiefly of cotton, for England, the freight of which will amount to $75,000. ® . . 11 ÍW A private letter from Hoo. Wm. M. Gwin, United States Senator from California, dated on the 1st inat, addressed to a gentleman of Jackson, Miss., gires the opinion that from the construction of Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet, there will be no war. Ig- The steamer Neptune No. 2, C. Blake- man commander, arrived herefrom Houston this morning, with 77 bales cotton and the following passengers : Mrs C Skinner k child, Dr Maasie & lad/, Pinchbeck, Hodges, Black, C. L. Savage, J A Cain, Kauffman, H Little, J Thompson, H Flinn, G W Dorsey, W E Torbert—6 on deck. Hims.—The following sales are reported at New York: 650 Texas, U lbs., 1#^ « naos., rejecting bad hides. 290 Texas, 24 lbs., l«c., 6 moa., rejeAing bad bides. 225 Texas, 24 lbs,...

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

fit* Civilian. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR S, 3 *i S< 6 )4i 22232425 27^829 3031].. J ,••!•■ •• 1 3| 4| 5' 6| 7 8 9 9,10 ll'12 17 W 17 1819 «I 21 2223 24 25;a#,27 28 2930 31,.. 1011 12 13 14 IS let 17 18 19 2021 «231 •24 «26:2Mil..! © Jwn 3, 4, 5' 61 7 8' 91 10'llll2'1314 15 16. 17 18!39jéo 21 ¡22 23-; 24 25'26 27 28 29 30 ?!'¡ '¿!'i 41 5 J O«-P" 7 8: 9 1U11 1213; ! « 7 J4 15,16,17;i8l99¡f 1M4 asara sí 15-J | 12 13 14,15 16 17 II 19 20 21 22 23 24" S« 2758 29 30 31 2 3 41 ¿' ¿j 7 9 10 11 19,1314 16 17.18 192021 ¿3 24 25 26 27 ¡28 K ..y..|..p: I 4 5' 6, 71 81 910 11 12113 14(15 16 17 18 19¡20 1 22>S3«4 S5 36|-r; « 3U 31 31 4¡ 5 6 7 1011 12 13 14 18119 96 27 •20'SI 81 9 10 15 1#'17 12 13 14 15 11718 1920 21 22 28 27.28 29 30 3 4' 5' 6 7 8 91011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 22 23 34 25 26,27 28 29 30 3l!..I..)..].■ ntONOAV, IttAHCH 18, ISOl. [W The Governor haa appointed the Hon. Jere. Clemens Major General of the Army of Alabama. HT Last week 2,025 bbls. flour and 11,1¿6 bushels cor...

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

®® II. KOYAL LOTTERT. 1M1. ISLASP^OF CUBA. á~y SKIBAL run «T (he 17 Ordinary Drawings (jr connn^ri ot 90,000 Ticket «*ch, and the 4 Mx- tnoritaVB™^ <* U.OOO Ticket* each, of the Soya) Lottery of the Island of Cat*. which will take place darlo* the year 1861, In the city of Havana, by older of his Excellency the Superintendent General, in conformity with the propoaalaof the administration af thii Branch, designating toe Ponds that are to be distributed, the Prises and Approximations, and the Ban of Drawings; Janaary 4 .............. on -lanwary 2® on February on TebruaryST onKaieh 16 on April 4 on April 20 on May 7 on May 23 -on June8 on June 26 on July 12 on July 30 on August 17 on September 4 on September 24 on October 11 ■•••on October 29 on November 14 on November to • on December 17 OBDINABY DBAWINQS. The Prizes in these Drawings will be at follows: fcof. $100,000 fof. 50,000 1 of. 30,000 1 Of 20.000 lof. !<>.«*> SO of 50,000 60 of 500 30,000 158 or 400 61,200 20 app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 March 1861

tfgSÍBBi ■r * s / w r mmisíi 75 <£itñLian aníi s YOL. xxm. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MOENING, MARCH 26, 1861. GALVESTON WÍÍL* CWÜJil. SIDA** HERABB tt CO* nica o* HMtiRMi: <r«ekl; 93 00 ., " - lí not p«id within 0 month. 4 0* pally per «anas 1IN Commercial peí annum... 3 00 p jitmutera remitting two dolían and fifty eenu for each advance subscriber, will be estillad to the other arty centt (or commissions. una 0 imniiM: tor a tingle Minare of ten linea, or lev, flfor the first and M cent* adtithmal for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on vsarly advertisements, and to thoee who advertise by the quarter or year. NO. 51. TVEfBiT, MARCH 19, 18G1. Míbihi-Beaton, March 8—Cleared, schr. W. B. Castle, Studley, Sabine Pasa. EST The Virginia convention has pasaed a resolution of thanks to Mr. Crittenden for his patriotic effort to promota a settlement of oar national difficulties. ToTM OX TOM secession Ordinance.—Tbe State Gazette aajs that the following is the of- ficial res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 March 1861

■¡a SATIRDAYy If!ARCH 23 1861. FRIDAY, MARCH 83, 1861 THUBSDAT) MARCH 81, mi. h#*Tbe brig Stella, from Galveston, urir- td at Bos too March 14. The barque Jasper,from Galveston, ar- rived at Liverpool Feb. 23. Mr. J Attn Soklkt haa been appointed by President Davis Collector of Customs at Gal- veston. ^ U* The steamship Empire City, cleared at Sew Tork March 13, for India .la, to carry away D. S. troops from Texas. ^g- It is rumored that the U. 8. troops from Texas will be taken to Fort Pickens as rein- 4 force men ts. Telegraphic dispatches, dated Wash- ington March 17th, says, that M^srs. Crawford and Forsyth, the Commissioners from the Con- federate States, entertain the strongest hopes of peaceful relations between the two Govern- ments. }@T The Victoria Advocate states that a por- tion of the United States troops crossed the Guadalupe River at White's ferry last Monday, and are now encamped at Green Lake, midway between Victoria and Powderhorn, where they will await those comin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 March 1861

file Civilian. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR 1£16 17 IS!] ; 123 23 24 127 2899 30 31 1 20(21 liilS'M 9! 3: 4, „ <11011 «lí, U4 isMrfn£*> ffTXJ lpsi 3 4ti ■ j: a 7 8 io liu ii 13 14 15 1« 17.18'.' «««SI 22123 24 2Sj Igi 27 ¡28 29 30 31 TTfj ft- hra-ik ill ifipii .«¡'""'•ÍÜIÍ.J.Í.sij 14 15118 17118 19 20 21 22Í23 24'«5; ;27 ¡2829W31!" .•!•• 1 *' A wo P" •• li 1 *! 3 8 A. A*" l A 5 6, * 8, #!lO 13 14|15 IB 17 ¡18 19S0 Í1¡22'23 24 ¿5 28j27¡28j29 30 31 , | j Si 3, 4! 5' «i 7 |8 9 101112 13 14 15 18 17 18il*|30fel _ 'rppf ..'••I 1¡ 9! 3Í 4 6 7 b 9 10 u 1344:15.16 17,ig 2ü^l!2ií;3 24 ¿s 2«¡ 97 ae1 so 3i ""fíEffiil! 10 11 12 13 14 15Ü6 ¡IT 18:1920 21 22(23 24252027 28 39 30 2- 3 4 5 « 7 81! Dm. 9; 10 11:1213 14 15 \6 17 18 1M0I21 3S¡ ■te:m ,i i; 2! 3, 4; 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 10 17,18 19 20>21 23 23 24 25 26 37 28 .39 30:31 ' MONDAY, MARCH 25 1M1. |#~ Sales of 175 bbl*. Telas molasses hare bean made at New York at 22<g23 ctg. per gal- lon, 4 months. s © ' Messrs. O'Brian and Robe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 26 March 1861

. • "'T' -' •ass 1861. R0F1L LOTTERF. 1861. IgLAlfP^oy CUBA. GINERAL PLAN of the 17 Ordinary Drawings compota* of 30.000 Ticket! each, and the 4 Ex- traordinary Urmmimf oí IP,000 Ticket each, of the Royal Lottery of the latent of Cab*, which will take place during the ye r 1361, in the city of Havana. by order of hi* Excellency the Superintsndent Oenenl. In conformity with the proposalsof the administration of this Bnmcb, deei jn%ting the Foods that are to be distributed. the Prizes and Approximations, and die Pays of Drawings; Drawing No. 648...... Snsiiuss Jutomistmrats. 650... on January 4 on 'anuary 22 on February on retrauv f? 652 , .on April 4 *->ril30 653.. 854.. «53... 6ft.. 858 659 3 81- 662... 663... 664... *1 on April 20 on May 7 on May 23 ...*. on June 8 on June 26 '.y on July 12 on July 30 on August 17 on September4 ... .on September 24 on October 11 on October M . ...on November 14 ....on November^ ....on December 17 ORDINARY DRAWINGS. The Prises in these Drawings w...

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

r. "S ¿lí-U © vol. xxm. CILfESTOS weekly civilian. reunnb «t I<I<Uj|BT* MEÍIABD Sc CO« met o tancBirnoa: Weakly Pfr* if aot paid within 0 months 4 00 d«ii« per lu "• jEiiLircisl perannum 3 00 PacQBUter* remitting two dolían and fifty cent fur advance snbaeriber, will be entitled to the other fifty ceati fot commissions. UTM OI «mtuiw: tot a (ingle square of tea line*, or leu, 91 for tba firat and SO cent additional for each ubaeqaent insertion A liberal dedactioa made on warty advertisement , and to those who advertía* by the quarter or year galveston, tuesday morning, april 2. 1861. no. 52. TUESDAY* BABCH 26 18® 1. @ ® Hr Tbe San Antonio Ledger states, that Capt. McPhail, with a company of 52 men, has left that city to repel the Indians. OT Tha Fire Department of Galveston has ® alactod John Weatwlage, Chief Engineer; Jas. McGhean, First Assistant, and Victor Favro, Second Assistant Engineers. yf The State Convention has elected tbe following officers for the Texas regiment o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 April 1861

r llfH" - Wkt IMim FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1861. gay* The Telegraph office baa been removed to tbe spacious new building of Messrs. South wick & Sons, on tie Strand. W Mr. F. D. Allen, the bookseller, baa placed on our table "The Man with Fire Wires,*' and a lot of note paper and envelopes, tbe lat- ter bearing as a device the neatly printed flag of tbe Confederation, in red, white and blue, an avowal of character. Ordinarily, an editor only looks at tbe title page of a book, in order to pronounce the most enlightened and just criticism on its contents; but Mono. Dumas, the author of the work before us, belongs to a school of popula/ authors that we do not read, And his title pages, like the pagjs who figure within the lids of his books, are unknown characters to our eyes. The one before us however, is ornamented by a wood-cut picture embracing a man and woman, from which we infer that bis hero takes his wives, as tbe old man in tbe fable did bis bundle of sticks, one at a time, and n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 April 1861

®ft* Cmlm COUNTIHC HUIÍSECALESDAR m 13SSS <«29 30 U|11|1S 1617 181980 81 «23 24 85 26 27 48 29 3 ..' a .LI..U.Ji 4 i! «¡ fl 8; 9 13 19 20 21 •] J¡ 2! si 4 ! 8; 9jw!nia¡13 22 2j! Si S¿5 km 1,18 .. . 27 28 89 3ü . _ tjwií Nar'!*3uFÍ:'¿ 'i! i SjgggMi '0ni'?13 .4 15 ISMTiSS 29.30:31 >#iF« J 11,1813 1415 7 l !l 80*l 2 II# 80 81 ¡í 8425.2687 88 8930 Dac.. 1 8 3 4 5 « . 8 #1011 18 13 14 15 16',17 18 1980*1 88 83 24 85 86 27 ¡88 29 3031 'WONDAV, APRIL 1861. Marimi.—Havre, March 4th—Arrived, the brig Eastern Star, Acklej, from Galveaton. Arrived yesterday, the bark Starlight, be- ing 20 days from spostoii, with assorted mer chaodise andjee, to Adams, Jordan A Co. t3f The importa of flour from New Orleans last,week amounted to 2,325 bbls.; corn 3,250 sacks, equal lo 8,¿EtO bushels. yr At New Orleans last week, exchange closed Ormly at the following rates: Clear ster- ling 107 >^(3107!^. Sixty day bills on the North 5i@l)4 per cent, discount. Sight %td per ct. premium. The steamer Nep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 April 1861

1811. BOYAL TmSf 1SC1. HLAW WOF CUBA. Gmis AL FLAW of th* 17 Orilaaiy Drawings composed of JU.OOU Tickets each. and the 4 Ex- traordinary Drawings oí 18,000 Tickets each, of th* Boyal Lottery oí Um Island of Cuba, which wiU take place during the year 1861, in the city at Havana, by erdst at hi* Excellency the SaperiatendeM General la nooformity with the proposals of the admintotration of this Bnukeh, designating toe funds that are to be distributed, the Prises and Approximations, and the Day*of Drawings; • on January < Drawing Mo. 648. " M0. • 14 650. •• •' 651. •• '• 658. ** " 1.. 44 - 653. m " 654. " 655.. ss • 656. " S. SS " 657.. •e " 658. •• " 659. ss " aw . ss " 3.. " «1.. SS " 662. ss " 663.. Ss " 4.. '• 664.. on February W -oo April 4 on April 20 on May 7 on Hay 83 -on June 8 on Jane SB on July 12 on July 30 on August 17 on September! ...on September84 on October 11 on October 89 • • ....on November 14 ............ on November W on December 17 O&DIXABT DRAWINGS. The P...

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