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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 April 1861

if^taSTfíBÍ lo VOL. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1861. NO. 1. GALVESTON 1FEMXY CIVILIAN. PUBLISHED >f «TOAST, H£ÜABD * CO. rates •> naciimon: Weekly " t «V •' " not paid within 6 Booths 4 00 Daily p*ran«um oo Commercial per 3 gg Pustoiaitcrs remitting two dolían ami fifty cea for each advance lubscriber, will be entitled to the other fifty cent* farcommissions. satm 0 aimTiiiiK: for a single iqnare of tea line*, or lesa, «1 for tba first and SO cents additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal liaiactlin saade 00 vearir drertiwmenta, and to thoM who advertise by the qnarter or year. TCEIDAT, APBIL 2, HOI. hi" Mr Mal tby, «¿i tor of the Corpas Cbrísti "Ranchero," gave us a call this morning, which we are pleased to acknowledge. The Ranchero is among the: best of oar Texas exchanges, fall of interesting and useful matter,and edited with ftrness and ability. It circulates widely in southwestern Texas, and afiérds a good adver- tising medium to such of our mer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 April 1861

ifc* tirita. FBIRir, APE - «, 1861. [y The Milled^ville (Ga.) Recorte uji that Gen. Tvíri persiste in declining the ap- pointment of brigadier general in Ik* «1117 of Georgia{ and that be will retire to his planta- ron in Louiaiana. Th« coxbtitltl01* of th* Co.nfidnt at* Stat*s.—The conventions of fire States—Ala- bama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas and Missis- sippi—ha ring ratified the permanent constitu- tion of the Confederate States, it is now in force in those States. tar Tom Barlow, the stevedore arrested in Galveston, a short time since, for the alleged marder of a policeman at New Orleans a year ago, bad bis examination before Recorder Emer- son, of th* citj, last Tuesday, and Recorder Emerson has derided it to be 'C4ge „f man- slaughter. SATURDAY, APB1L 6* 1861 [From the Ixtblin University Magaxine IPBIN6 ■ r Messrs. B.Í.B0- © ® fe We understand Capt w. H. Ste- vens of the Confede^ ^ guteg Engineers has fee. ordered to ? ^ >nd th„ the date of his retap ^ to GaWestoa u uncer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 April 1861

©mlian. COUNTING HOUSE 9 1011 8 V 10 11 12 1« 1? 18 21 2223 24 25 88*93031 •- 11 J* 18 1990 25 90 n 1930K1 3) 4j 5 9 10 11 12 Hjirtt 21 jísÓ. ^25)26 18 22 23 24 29 30 31 61 9 1011 13 13 14 IS 19 20 3122 23 20 37 28 29 30 3, 41 5 6 7 10 111213 14 w — 17 18 19 SO 81 22 23 24 25 30 27 28 29 30 31 121314 nONDAT) APRIL 8, 1861. Last week 1,815 bbls. of floor and 3,230 i corn were imported from New Orleans to this port tg* Col. Wa. T. Austin, of Galveston, has bees appointed Marshal of the Confederate States for Texas. XjT The telegraph announces the death of Bon. John McLean, of Ohio, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States.— The Republicana cannot gain anything by this event, as he .was opposed to the Dred Scott decision. y Two men were arrested yesterday morn- ing, on board the steamer from Berwick, for having A their possession, and attempting to pasa counterfeit \#n dollar bills of the Citizen's Bank, New Orleans. Tbey are under , examin- ation before the Mayor, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 April 1861

tiusituss Caras. x LOTTBBT IMI. CUBA. " Of M.ow Ti.tot. «ch, of the SESfXSwrof «b¿I.** rfOutoi,whid. will take IlTi Jiil^i tfce fwr 1861, in the city «f Hitim, IV .T" — :■■ .k. " -- • ■ «I. . J — t Omiam r with the proposals ofH* aJwrfnlatratíoii © rf ¡bis B~cb. doiCMtte t ru„d.ttaU «to be dWriMM, the Prise* iod «" uie Days of Drawing : . «« sao (Bfetnuyll on Febraary 27 on March 1« on April 4 —:r::rrJC? on Mty vB .on Jane 8 on June 36 on July 13 on July 30 on August 1? on September 4 on September 34 ... on October 11 on October 3 on November 14 on November "W December 17 «51 853 1 65 3 65 4 65 5 .. 65 6 8 663- 4 664 B. #rUaus&&&trtismratl •" i ' ordinary drawings. The Priies in thete Drawing! «¡11 be as follows : lof. T..#loo,ouu lof. W0 ¡X. ,«*> , ol 20.UJU i or", r. I *.* I"* *::::: i ."0" 50 of 60 of 500 156 of 400 30 approximations ..••••■•••••« ¿0,000 30,000 (¡1*300 8,800 338 Prise* 360,000 EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS. The Prisea In Uiese Divings will be as follows: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 April 1861

/ I US I' anil (S alette. \ ■ ■ ... i tbw cm VOL. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16. 1861. NO. 2. GALVESTON WEEKLY tlHLIAM, • o rotiW" NTIiABT, JiEHAH# * CO. rtKi o9 ««elimo : ""if1* not púd within « month *4 00 Daily per 10 00 Commercial personam . 300 Postmaster* remitting Mltn and ífty cents for each advance mbacnher, will be entitled to the other fifty cent* for commissions. MxTt 0 ii vranmno: For a «ingle square of ten line , or ten, flfor tha first and 50 oentsa&littonal for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on venrlyadverttsements, and to those who advertise by the quarter or year. Tt'EXOAV, APBIL , 1801. IW We call the attention of oar readers to tip advertisement of A. Pickert k Co. in this day's issue. They have recently received a large and carefully selected stock of straw Roods, of the most approved modern styles, for gentlemen—and for the ladies and misses, they can be supplied with perfect duel in the shape of bate. ® ty We had the pleasu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 April 1861

w Cwnuau. nniT. Aran, i * isei. ar «• •%«* w«r«u • Ml* «I Sew Tor* of 42 bMa TexM (Muko, Ohio, is the fat Democrat vfco to •• '\ Tin Sur , hj the steamer vbiek arrired last evening, irom Berwick' B«j, la «n- to thcliopeaof peace, thongistíD rf Mtfc a ebaxttter as « I «*• denbt of thepreeiae cleaign oT Lineo! m* ki tmbimeL The Hsar Oricns Ffcsfmc, a cool ,'ble journal, says that it aam that sin Cabinet has boca «o pressed by the eeefáon wing ^ the Black Republican ST-^rVTfco-M, j«t elected M^or -f p«ty A* it to* been fenol to reee* from the peaceful poHition it had asaamed to give op the project of evacuating Port Sumter, to chaftge it* plan in relation to Fort Pickens, and to change ins policy ot insctirity to one at active hostility toward the seceded States. The Picaynne repeals the word «ems," and says ; The giving* of the telegraph are so uncertain, ofcsone, aid eontrad.rtory that it would puzzle a conjuror to jlean from them any idea O* olí<ct °* ^ raan-v threatening motemen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 April 1861

COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR 9 10 litis 10 11 12, 718 19 15 IS 22 23. 18 1920 «87 28 1 18| 19)20 U15 1«17:l? ■¿4 25 '.•« 27 28*29 30 31 12 13 14 15 16 .. 19,20 21 22 23 24 14(1314 15 19*20^21(22,— ",27:28 29 30 ! 4! 5 6' 7 «T 19 90 21 151# 17 18,1 20>21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 nONDAV, april 15, 1861. fc0 Last week 1676 bbla. floor and 1,520 sacks corn were shipped from New Orleans to Texas. ® 0* The New Orleans money market is again depressed, nnder the present War excite- ingpt. The Northern cities are suffering from the saine cause. ®© «I <£> Temperance Lecture.—Rev. w. H. Giliam, lecturer for the Grand Temple of Honor, of Western Texas, will deliver a lecture at the Methodist Church to-night, at half-past seven o'c|£pk. Key Wist, April 4.—The three masted sch. W. J. Beebe, Crawford, arrived the 1st from Galveston, and sailed the same day, after ob- taining a register for Havana. The schooner Anthem, Green, arrived the 2d from Brazos, and sailed the 3d for Matanzas. t O 12T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 April 1861

HBBHHI I! as % H. BOYAL LOTTERY. 18S1 I8LAHD°rOF CUBA. PETlBAt PI,AS «T um 17 Onllnuy Dmkp 17 eoapcmd of 30,000 Ticket* «ct. and the 4 Sz- hiorillmr; Drawing of 19,000 Ticket* each, of the Lotwry of the Iílanrt of Cate, which will take mace daring the ye*r 16(1, In the city of Havana, by older of hi Kxcelleacy the Snperiatendnt General, in conformity vith «he propoaaliof the administration of Ota Bnuch, designating toe Fonda toat are to he diatriba ted. the Prises and Approximations, and the ¡My* of Drawings; Drawing No. MB . on Janaaryjl 65 0 65 1 on Peinaryf on February 27 658 March 16 1. ......um April 4 6¿3 on AprilSV 6M 655 14 656.. " S " 657 - 6sa " 659 " 600 "* 3 '• 081 •• em. " 663- " 4 •• 664 , April, on May in May S3 job JoneS .....on Jone 26 on July K .on July 30 August 17 on .September 4 on September 24 on October 11 on October '¿J on November 14 on November to .....on December 1' OEDSÍARY DRAWINGS. The Prise, in these Drawings will be as follows : 1 of - i of- 1 of. 1 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 April 1861

I ci- f'í - \ . ■> ©if (Cibilian anil feetk \ ® i Á c *£ G, *• VOL. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. 1861. NO. 3. GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN. priLf«HU> BT SITPABT, RIENABD * CO. mica o> nncumot: Weekly 93 00 •' " " if not paid within # month 4 00 Daily per aannm 00 Commercialp«rAnnum 300 Mntmuter* remitting tvo dollars and fifty cento for each advance subscriber, will be entitled to the other fifty centi tor commlulo*. uni oa ADvntTisiKs: for a «infle square of ten ilnei, or leas, $1 for tha first and 50 cents additional for each subsequent Insertion A liberal ¿«diction made on vearlyadvertisemenU, and to those who adTertise by the quarter or year. TUESDAY AF1|IL 16* 1861. Siw Bogs.—We bare received from the Texu Book Depot, Strand, a copy of " The Yankee S)ave^)ealer, or an Abolitionist Down South; a Tale for the Times, by a Texan," published at Nashville, Tenn. The work is handsomely gotten op, and is no donbt enter- taining and instructive, though want of time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 April 1861

/ EES á fKlPAY) APBIli 19, 1861. I a. HT At New Orleans the District Coarta hare adjourned until the third Monday in May. The papers say that the necessity of «very one being ready at a moment's notice for any emer- gency that might arise, readers the cesssHon of business in the courts adriaaUe. The First district court is excepted from this order. EV The steamer Island City, C. Blakeman commander, arrived this morning from Hous- ton, with 81 balea cotton snd the folia wing pas- aengers: Hiss F 6 Robinson, Bensley lady k child, Mrs Harris, Jfias Harris, McGaughar, Hooker, J H Brown, Hiilysr, Hrs Baker, B S Blount, J Lan- des, 8 Adlsr, W W Hill, W H Town, H M Watkins, Ooodall, Walker, Ames, Haren, Pat- terson, Duncan, Rhodes. ysr The steamer A. S. Ruth ven, Capt Pea- cock, from Liberty, arrived yesterday with the following passengers : Mrs Mary Turrell, Miss E Stan wood k svt. Ely, Gillespie, Nichols, Taegart, Edmondson, Benson, Hojna, Billingsly, Hutton, Ritchie—8 on deck. M«*.—The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 April 1861

IIit (ftivilm COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR fray ■f:m :=Rf. I 7 8 9 10 1 14 IS IB 17 90 2I'3S 23 24 U7Í28 29 30 31 .n.... .. 3i 4; 5 e 7 101118 13 14,---, 17' 18 19 20 3132 -3 34 2530.27,38 .. ./ I "«'7 8 t| lo'lljU 13 14 15 18, 17 is; 19 20 21 32 23 •4 35 26:37 28 29 30 1 j : Aoa ©O fil!32K3£4 35 26 37ÍI «iasHTTl....! >¡••1 1 2l 3 4- yA 5, 6 7 8 9,10 11 . yor 12 1314 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 ! «37 28 39 30 31 .. I , L.pp..j.. 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Dk. 910 11 12 13 14 15 i 16 17 181192021 22 a 24 25 26 27,28 2 ; S Sf ?,£ ||||| 2' 3| 4 5' 6 910 1I:12|13 1617;i8 19Í30 '23 24*35 3B(S7 39 30 31 ■"J4 18 19)30 3123^'" 25 26 27 28 29 2 ■ !2' 3'. 4! 5, . 8 9;10'll<]3 13 14 ;15 16 17 18Í19 20'81 22 33 24 25 26 27 89 30 . B 1 6 13 14 20 21 27 28 .'.J ¡..¡..I 1| 2 3' 4 5 6 7 81 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27.38 29 30 l! 3! 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20121 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 MONDAY, APRIL 22* 1861. f3T Our Brazos Santiago correspondent gir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 April 1861

- J 18M. KOTAL LOTTERT. 18fl, island' I OF CUBA. rj.IEJ ZKAr " '**•* **• 17 Ordinary Dp. _ s -oapoeed ft 30,000 Tickets each, sod j *T «•ordinary Drawing* of 18,000 Tickets B«yal Lottery of the latent of Cuba, r* . place during the year 188), in thee^ iJch will take order of his Excellency the Sv .,ty °f *7 In eoafonatty with the pronv -rinteinVut General of this Branch, dealiraati?^■*! <* the adminutratoot diatriba ted, the Prise* - < Fundathat are tobe Day of Drawings" and Approximation , sad ths Drawing No. V " • —' - «JE"1! > « February - •' «51 on *elSSS h >. k¡¡a on March lo .on April 4 on April 20 on May 7 on May 23 .on Jone8 on Jone on July IS ........on July 30 ......on August 17 ••••on September 4 • * .on September 24 on October 11 on October , .„on November 14 .^on Nornnber^J ...on fleoember 17 ORDINAbFITBA WINGS. T® Prises in then Drawings wUlbes follow ®lof. lof. .. M.«* 12..::::::::: .« lot •« IMT. 10-000 50$f 1.000. M.0W 60 of 30,000 148 of «*' #1,200 20 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 April 1861

d ( UA* LJ Mit Si 's ' / anb fettle. VOL. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30. 1861. @5 GALVESTON WEE¿LT CIVILIAN. rnmLfBW ST • VTCABTt HEifABB 4c CO. raics ot iiMcumoK: if***5Tf not paid within 8 month* *4 00 Dally ■erapmun 10 0* CommWcB' per annam 3 00 i remitting two dollar* and fifty cent* for iraneeiutacriber, will be entitled to the other :nWfor c<Jlk missions. RATH o ADmTIilxa For a «Ingle square of ten linea, or lew, 91 for the first (j and 50 centl additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on rearly ad rertiaemen ta, an d to those who advertise bj the quarter or year. Po drty een« TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 186!. ® 3 ® ® 1ST The Shipping List reports a sale of 98 bhds. Texas sugar at New York, at 4%(3*%c. V lb. Major Alfred M. Tnit, <>f Shelby coun- ty, hu been appointed bpCtefcClark, Brigadier Genial in the 2d Divitiw of Texas Militia. ■ ' * EST Our friend, and late fellow-citizen, T. H. O'Callagban, Esq., of San Patricio county, has been ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 April 1861

Ik (SwiltM. raiMi e « i<ai. ptr So civil «fM **• 10 tried at the pre- ent term ot the fiatricj Oonrl for Barría Potomac. dition, and three latter road .rom M per 100 be sold at Orleans burning ¿¡T There are ftriolk, nanwly, the Bain bridge, United S#ea, _ Th three -™71™* r -I are in good con- f - got ready for e«. The alútabled condition. bjJie Telegraph that the Cen- to take wheat and floor Houston, 81# miles, at 30c. belie red that Texaa floor can for less than floor from X. elégraph reporta the accidental stable of Mr. Van Alstyne, at uttempt to fire the stabtos of The flamea were discovered ished before doing anr serious the latter case. A little son of Mr. white men 1 a ri*g the stable ir the alarm *sgiren. be stixnftr Island City, C. Blakeman eT¡ ^ rived this morning from Houston b^s cotton and the following pas- . Dr Bell k lady, Azinchlow lady & Mrs Williams 3 children & 2 arts, i, Kelley & lady, Cartwell 1'helps, Ugjuald, Peterson, Mason, Barnes, Sherw d Xe?-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 April 1861

fib; Civilian. CePNTIWfi HftlTSE MI.EXD1R *■ 14 15 18 17 20 «122 23 24 91 22 23 24 30 31 ■n 5 8 7 13 14.15 20 2122 4¡ 5 S 7 11,121314 18 19 20 21 25 27 28*29 30'31 Sett. 25 ¿6 27 llu. ..I 1 31 4 7! 8, 9 10 11 19 13 14 15 16 1718 19 90 81 «¿3 24 25 26 87 S8 29Í0.. ..17X7 i 2 3 4 5 6 7Í8 9 10 11 12 13 l/<5 1«!" 18 19 2091 22 23 24 25 «8 97 28 29 30 31 !.. .J,. ..i i! 1213 19(90 26 27 3 * 9 10 11 ¡SSg 30 .. 10 1l(l« 13 14 17 18¡19;20|21 28 23 24 25 2827 29 30' .y °°T"Í6 7 13 14 20 2122 27 98 39 Nov. 3 4 1011 1718 24 25 1 2 8 9 15 16 16 19 15 16 22-23 3 4 5 8 7 10 II 12 13 14 17 18 19 20*21 23 23 24 95 26 9< '28 jai.. MOMPAY, APRIL 20, isfel. W AH shipping business at Cincinnati is entirely sagpmxled, and all New Orleans boats bare laid up. far The steamship Matagorda, leaves Ber- wick Bay, tbis day (Monday,) via Sabine for Galveston. The river steamers from New Or- leans, will make their usual weekly trips as heretofore. ESP We are glad to mention the arrival of the schoone%,Tama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 April 1861

,86l# IILA P of CUBA CinfUl FUS of Oa 17 Ordinary Davlap f <iin|nar<l of 30,400 Ticket* each, and «be 4 Ii- traonlimiy Drawings of 18,000 Ticket* each, of the Bogfel Lottery of the Island of CMt, wHeb will tak* place daring flie year 1861, In the city of Havana, by order at hit ■xceitaicy the Superintendent General, in conformity with the proposalsof Ite administration of this Branch, designating tne Finds that are to be distributed, the Prises and Approximation!, and the Para of Prawiags; Drawing No. 848 on January 4 " " 649 on Tannery 2S " 650 oo Februarys " •' 651 on February 87 " " 653. , on March 16 •• " 1 .on April 4 " •' 653 on April 20 m •• |j4 on May 7 « " 655 on May 23 •• •' 656 -on June 8 .. « % ... on June 36 " «?: on ?u!*£; It U on July 30 " " 659.'.*".'*..... " " 660 " •• 661 "'ST • on August 17 ...on September 4 ..on September 24 ....on October 11 .... on October ÍW ..on November 14 • .on November Kl • •on December 17 If i \H ORDINARY DRAWINGS. The Frise* In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 May 1861

.V . 1 HTe: aníi .«i* * (S alette. \ -i lliLWBSTM jreBKLf CWILUM i ¡i itdibti «jewA* A C®. raica o iinciimiii: ........ 3 00 i and tfty eenti for , will be entitled to the other I D*ily per . C omctcUJ per *na«M. P„—.t,r remitting Mr 'i each advance «abaerlber, Hity cents for cot utii oi adthttmiha . For ■ «ingle fqaare often llne , or leu, |tbr the Ant and 50 cents additional for each subsequent Insertion A liberal deduction made on vearlyadvertiwmentsraiuj ; to those who advertise by the quarter or year. TOE* a* ahiil ao* i eu- ® E7~The Indianola Courier say that -the _> volunteers are all to rendezvous ai Victoria within a few days, where Col. Van aa Cqpmander of th* Department of Texas, will make £ja headquarters for the present. W The Indiaoola Courier states that the , schooner Twilight was seised by Deputy Cel- lector Jooea at Aransas, a few days since. This ▼essel was lately in tba employ men t of the U. ' S. government, and was about to proceed un- der orders to the Fort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 May 1861

BT The# steamboat St. Mary, (mail boat) running between Berwick's Bay and Newton, La., was capsized daring the storm of Sonda* morning. She is lying in seren feet of water and supposed to be a total loss. I U if ■ i ® ® EST" The ship Consignment, which ur>- it Xew York April 23, from Mobile, op 27th in latitude 37, long. 73, spoke %t* r j w Alien, from Gal res ton for Boatf- Arrired at New T ^ ^pril 23> Kbr. S. P. Wheeler, (of ^tiimiogU}0t Del.) Glaughlin Galveston ^ wjlh «jttoo Ac., to D. Col- den J*' ' i • -nrray. jy Capt MeKeen informs ns that Messrs. Baker A Boling offer to allow two of their clerks to accompany the volunteers to Virginia, and allow their salaries to run on daring their absence, and keep tbeir places open for tbero should tbey lire to retara. Such examples of public spirit are worthy of imitation by those who can afford it. Aid rou Vibgini a.—Capt. McKeen, of the Lone Star Rifles, informs us that his company, 100 strong, ready and anxious to leave for Virg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 May 1861

MTei N. hat 831 M i, * * Oitj £ 1 i lie Civilian. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 uás 7 i; O*-y 7 na — 26 27 28 39 30 31 7 L 14 18,19 25 8 1011 UttitflS a nú 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14.15 16 3 4 5 6 7 1011 13 13 14 17 18 19 30 31 2435 36 37 38 1. 3 9 15 16 3 4 5 1011 13 17 18 193021 2223^4 35 36 27 38 29 30 31 ........ U1313 1«! 19 20^1 ■OH PAY, MAT g, 1861. By Telegraph. Houston, Monday morining, May 6.—Tbe hardware «tore of W. B. Wilson, of this city was entered by burglars last night. Tbe oat- aide door of a large safe was unlocked, and tbe nside doors cut open with a cold chisel, and some four hundred dollars and two watches abstracted. ® f3T The schooner Kate Field arrived at Button, April 24, from Galveston. Hum.—Sales are reported at New York of 800 Texas hides at 12% cents per ft., less 4 per cent., rejecting bad bides. © „■ tar The steamer P. E. Bonford arrived at N#w Orleans Friday taorning from Jefferson, Texas, with the Marios Rifles of that plaee. They number 111...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 7 May 1861

<EaUrxatov Cards. B. fUELAVt BOOKS, PERIODICALS, 8TATI03MIT kwn NZWSPAPIR8. AND R. THIELAÜ keep* outultr •tork of Books. ■ tete. The ladies will find a m> „ on hand a Urge jf Stationery, Fancy for Slipper , etc., dine* act stock ofWoolPsttera. - elveU* -^^«^«oeroan. Colt DcivR way id g c new ucrc. blft U aT8, HATS, HATS. Jt. PICKERT & CO. llave jnit opened a fresh let of Bilk and Drew HATS, far superior to any erer before brooght to this market, with the PATKST ELASTIC CC3HI0N, All the Lateat Sty lea oat. Sign of the Bis Hat! fchgt IB1MOHT STREET. fl FELIX WABTELLE, LCMBIB MERCHANT, Market Street. Near Railroad Depot, SiiroToit, Tbu. Keeps oonstantlf on banda fallaaortment of Lumber of all descriptions and quail tie*, Includ- ing Cypres and yellow Pina, Pickets, Laths, Shin- gle , narrow and wide Fencing, etc. febif-ly All orders from the conntry prompt It fllted - AUG. 8ACHTLEBE9Í, so La a«rr toa JOHN B. DUNHAM'S and WM^E. EMERSON'S Grand Quart ' Also, Agent for BTWWWAY &...

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