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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 July 1857

■RrtSfMH • AMuuroir >HB HENRY BROWS. Y 7, 1857 NOMINEES. , of Bowie uitbi AIÍ, of con- FLBTCHER 8.| Wor Senator BpaP&ilpSaa -: I ;-•] • VOL. XX. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2É5 rGOTemw, 1 to announceGEN. SAM HOU8- for Governor of the State of ■er 8w*l Únd Oflce. id to sfcnonnce STEPHEN a candidate for ré-election to the office r of the Qenwral Land Office. Utorney. announce WILLIAM , —as a candidate for District r the seventh judicial district, com posed n, Harris, Montgomery, Election, 1st Mon- 8 of Gal e are authorised to announce JAMES 6. LD, of Grimes county, as a candidate for to the office of District Attorney, for the 'ct, composed of the counties of Gal- , Montgomery, Grimes, Walker and to- annoance PKOCTER _ imery, as a candidate for .ttorney in the Seventh Jodi • Wat Round.—The Kentucky papers (the return, to his home in that state, of y, jr., of Bourbon county, from Mexico, (haa been purchasing males and horses.-^ lit about three-hundred mnles and forty yhioh he drove to. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 July 1857

prepared i ^MpWW w'pf'yi ■n.'wt| r''M e is not i wdl and not oreditabls to bis , and who now asks the people politics when voting to All eaid be elected over F. M. White, the oán- whoee principles are folly understood— sentiments are freely and frankly avowed, claims npon the people are so strong and well known that none need be mistaken in the Hotmoa Packet.—The steamer Bdipee, John H. Sterrett, will run as the regular mail boat between this city and Houston, till the first Sep- tember, leaving Galveston m Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8 p. m. The San Antonio, Cspt. F. J. Menard, will also make two or three tripe we are to have daily To onVann Si week left Galveston for Indianola on Monday night instead of Tuesday morning, the regular time. Consequently our papers were left behind, and oonld not reaoh their destination when due. The ftult was not in us. r Orleans. .Bay. Place, , and will arrived yeeterday We believe bis eleotion is sure; but, at the same time, we think that hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 July 1857

'ÍÍÁJ3ÍI coeeded by the Florida trade, affords ¡us [ the pfeasant faces of rr, the polite and poner of the Atlantic, who are always I by their fellow citizens of Galveston with ■ satisfaction. W trust that they will not ave os. The Iadies-ai referred to the advertisement . C. Branard, who la selling off her stock at 1 prices, and has gone Worth to renew the same. ' House keepers and grocers are referred to f Ctpt. Kelwy. The Domestic preserves by him have attained high favor already, and be purchased fat preference to imported Messrs. Buckley ft Byrnes' advertisement r the attention of the ladies. D. Conner, a young mechanic of this had the contract for building, two en ae houses (or this city absconded on Thursday, iving his employees, some of our most worthy Irion# workmen, unpaid tó a considerable The pity had only paid so far aa the bad progressed, and will lose nothing, as the securities will carry out the contract. Conner's treatment to thoee in bis Imployment, is most rep- Sr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 14 July 1857

" '-' ' ■' ¡l g" 1 ■ . : 'i ísT:*/ *• +-■. - ■*-.- ■ ¿Mf. ^j>if^r'"*ni >rfl *"v ■1 :-"" I* " EE *J ^s? 0,f Sin ES tiis.; rdo 4. Market. ' ■'** ífftSd&to'ttf*- r haT« been oonflned (o about We (till quote— •10 ,.11 ®12 on ship-board not cleared., .41,418 Fiona—St Louis superfine $8 75; extra do at 98 25. Co —Yellow at 85o., white, In lota 8T«@90c. . Pose—Mess retailing generally at «23 25®23 50. Bacok—Ribbed aldea 13X0., retail panela at 13J4. .for olear, and JOo. f for shoulders. i tierces, prime in kegs 16o. 9 %. > la nnaettled, and no transac- > been reported. Bawls held i of Texaa and Attekapas cat- i at 18048 f head. 43671 J F London, 3d«= rags' t^-otéd. ' E.— jj|t7 u&iqqv'i -fit, j r* ÜI* bom Hew bis Íotfr, '8 do lard, 3 , 1 tierces hamate .K^ao*p,->*' do cheese, 6 do 2^g56#<8^« <2 do bran, 25 kxs • •• Psr'síesiíWil J MÓtgífl^3<)5'bbla floor, 73 do whisky, MftOiVEa^UrdrSBtisiib 25 do pode, S casks bacon, 10 tierces toms, 15 ska coffee, 130 do cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 July 1857

gp^ar == that Territoiy tbe righ i whether Kaosa ahoold b< í. 8AM HOU8- r of the 8t te of STEPHEN i to theoffloe t Office. i WILLIAM candidato for District .coii- • JAME8 G. , as a candidato fo^ it Attorney, for the .. .jo oounties of Gai- r, Grimes, Walker and ...r i ounce PBOCTEB . aa a candidate fot in the Seventh Jndl to aanoanee Judge CON "date tor Repre- 1 and Austin, donee FLETCHER S. "ndidate for Senator o, Lavaca Vlc- 9 steamship Charlee Morgan,Henry Place •ived last night from New Orleans. T^uii i-r ¡ ' The Steamer Eclipse, Capt. J. 2. Sterret, 1 last night from Houston, with 196 bale* 84 do. wool, 9 hides, and the following n: • . . i íjÁ" ,r . \ Alexander, Gov. Pease, Harris, Moore, jt, Gnnnellr, Tempieman, Jones, Reeds, I BftsaMg, Hntto, Bash sod Lady, Grimes. Fuesen, Hjrtman, Carpenter, Allen, Croome, Dead rich, —~spmsn, Ingram, Cleyhorn, Lockharr, jr, Jones, Austin, Hill, Wright and Bongbnnt, Lady and Daughter, on Deck. faith to both of the Kansas bi to insure to "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 July 1857

MHBBnHÉHHBfiSflflHBMflHI = 99 collecting capacity, force. gym HMnü 8*bine, witt* «0,000 thing- Cftpt. IawIM) g**- Indianola, with 12 bales -.Ü 1 BS3Í.IS5355 17# bale cotton, 16 nnirohaadi *. The At- (canying the mail) at ff. B. Yaxd is announoed in the Herald Í for Eepreeentatíve, in the Stats I*- f prot- ©JfTrHS, last evening of the Hall of Mr. In rich and ble Pianist, and his beet style. Mr. one we awarded at «li the 1 intonations of the human vetee. . appear in ptiblio oonoerts the de- li oánsot fail to be delighted with Two of the Ax* oenvicta who reoently ea- the penitentiary, have been re-captnred is jail in Madison, on the Sabine; a returned to Hnntsville, and hot being made after the remaining two. ■ We had the pleasure this morning of a call old friend, Warriok Tunstall, Esq., of San who reporta every thing aa quiet in that the Vigilance Committee having rid the of the most noted bad characters. ^ ' "" ■ Professor Forshey informs ns that the próa- of the Military Institute ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 July 1857

■■■■ —7 on deck. Powell, Capt. from liberty, with# 17 bbla. Ml Bpd__ ,-s-. •Si v« Ordinary....... Good Ordinary Low Middling...... Good 5ifddiin| * Middling Fair. Fair................... Stock on hand and on ahip-bosrd not Floor—St. Louis superfine 98 78^*7, (Rational) at «8 50. Cork—75®8Sc. * bushel. PoRX-Mess retailing slowly at «13 25(323 Bacoh—Ribbed sides 12JÍC., olear at 14c. H., 8. C.Ferrell & ear'vt., , Jones, Busby, '• are pleased to see in the oity oar friend, Chas. L. Cleveland, of Liberty, who is doing servioe in the Democratic cause in hisaeotion. small party ÍVIMMMM attacked on the road by a handled Uexioans, fought their plain hurry cane; Then the olOuda begin toform For a real summer storm ; Then we aee the son again, and have a few scintillations of light and heat, clos- ing np with another rain Surge along the well And we have a 2d Parser of the soks for kind favors. The sch'r. Lake Charles, arrived yesterday, ) from Lake Cbarles, La., with 40,000 feet to B. 8....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 July 1857

- Piistii tn - ,t(í ■p. t It ; mamm ¡as i • • ••••••.. L'j&ük to yesterday, and tíw I " •-i8 n reach usfroni . The accounts i. u - Sí 'ifel; i ítóf J C Kuhndc Co Jal* 6,1807. .£}> H Exported 8 bales : buying lor r.atprloeertngin* AD 6 Mills, Iddle A Briggs, moss, 5 hides to J íiehols A Co. itton to E dc D G Mills, t Co, 1 cask horns to B, to RA DG Mills, 4 Oo, IS do to Powell & to Kaaffman A Klaener, to R A DG Mills,S3 1 to Powell & Ruthven, ' t Oo, 4 hbda pecus Betty Powell—3 bales cot- Jo, 11 do to Block dc Plp- 'B THE PAST WEEK., n, 58 do wool. 66 hides, I bdl peltries, 1 5 bbls tallow. ^ ■ "j ' . lssperts for me Past Week (rent Hew ' Orleans • ' '**: iv... .... are entered the market fo- if only about 400 bales sold at «1- ¡S . ■> J3v . rurooL OLtaairioiTiox. s «10 .....11 <312 - ,-v^W—Jgggj . ...14 ft® 14* lip-board not elearad.. .33,876 St. Louis 97, choice extra (Plant's) prime white from store 90 9 111 retailing slowly at $23 SO sides sold at 13 1-Se., a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 July 1857

for s I It so S&FA VUcrfet Miü &IfQ<f *q d 3Ü .8 AH the State ■*,0>w8m- mm Wti*HR cotton, MS" hides, 8bdle. peUciea J.%ww bee wax, and 1 oask horns. Agents, Messrs.B-B-Niohols <fc Co. AiiL.llu ■! . w >11 1-1 1.1.JIJ-. J,iH ir&n Antonio, Gapt. <í. J. Lteethe tic and tie the f [ District Jo 8^35^ *- • i however, is reported i f jurisdiction. I announce PS a a «Wdidate eventh Jn Orleans! ; '-.'"ST Sifa<l_ ¡e«*ek*°n' intra*?* Capt.Ellis^'ár- k'« bay, bringing Nfw to xeoeste custom. i, do not come up to for sharp practice. A bi Uvero soldlicrabr J >,irwrwit,,M pTflhen( * °"#Jp ¿ treat eaofco £-#©$ Jñ vrf r J ¿ayettotrí^n^^.'í^Dde Br'mwdek, in Canada. ^ T Í,SWW,( of morder, others" of ^raa ether. After a deal of resort to a'F"tb£eo r of a verdict of manslaughter. >e twelve would not submit jto rn-propoBal. Then it was pro- ¡A that they should divide and fight acfr< e, six against iix, the winning party" toJC verdict. This proposal was not adopted, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 July 1857

I «f--t , nor of i I the point. J W«P- i Official Beport: foe" • would and do not alker and ad nun -ire and Convention i absurdities. We kno~ (cubing (tie Bays, ..Henry A. Dodge, rived K^day from bavins Tinted the it Rogers that the' schooner " New York With railroad - a Lavaca. A- mile or fraile have alreadybeen laid down, j at Lavaca. scin, Pachita sailed for Pensacola, yester- Siaryf t and indicates Ftta' d John O. ia says that among the visitors ' OrJeans so vary dnll a place v— pleasant summer days, is tW aooompllahed inoum- ' in j Journal "almost hopea , that the > will change the name of Jamea B. .f Kendall, or Blair, or Pieroe either thisoonaent.—Exchange. of the. Louisville Journal, only betraya the Egyptian darkneas of hie prejudices by nob declarations. If there U one man in the south «ra Stales prominently distinguished for malignant prejudices te all who do not.bow at this bidding it to (Mr. Prentice, roan ef poetical genius and in former times distinguished for wit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 July 1857

m' 'iSSsMf^SS * 'IiIÉhSÍ^"*"iMI'*r*"*"''* ttt<w:!ga¿wgg¿ I The write TiiniiitfWHiil persons-tatbe process of ncMMbiÉ ¡tegar Cram tbe Sorgho, to take great -íi- HitU'lM * * '"•• * • gf>'t«n ' *" . --«— >«' i luuwiu of th ¡tarto* * .-■■• l+ vnJw *r< Judges -CoD- Tbbrs- ¡n North the Ikkd unripe canes, for m Boon as thej of 1,080 and more, they lizable sogar, and sen ta po diffioalty. The slight exoese,is not as in Draetloe. as theory would bat little tpre- it seems to ipdjcate •W«,a> the sugar ahryatallixaUons obtai experiments in which ■Mime. of K. H, ia$ fc to**)* «« Co napromiiea This term has litioal nomenel not precisely nod i: ¿ JeS?, m mmimm plied to ooDstitu something, sta more inapp trained in politicals; em ««JESS party oonneotions them in a courteous a day or two tinoe, to the loss lean trade bv the United aaine m States «eminente be anoropri %t rer * force. «¿i V. a new nqt in Oonetitu that depa powers , magmfl- • i so., • alter Bendy. -'/Mce^yxii Shultz, Lac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 28 July 1857

.JlhOU . S*rV tSpOl!to ?TOW VWyWIÍ^Rv ■*? 0 « «ftWN£*!§ftÍi? ^ - t. Vil H ARB W ASI! ...;.w. ..... tD.aad.ae qiCURDS, SbOCOJKB *•-« •«*•• tpwwa, .. ífj^r /*>"'.*$ V1'54 ri¡¡ : PWr. ..,: ( IMPORTERS AMD DE ALEIS «HUÍ No, J1 Chitase Cot*, f ant and Veata, do *&***& (««IflSV lí •é¡¡j?1 W ......... MI .ü¿«í.ao* aro a com r*&m? éStí*&%*¿u*mQ. iíOl !tees,P*ntSand Yests, m§3ftfatayh'} Wltfi. Marseilles Veataof varlousq I Piiiiffiiiffl" , JHnr Tork or OeUto cali ta to go to Texas, to take part whole Sooltaeat at that aympatfyfotK& xi - Lt_a- -Li #llfa ••■_,. ti± Mi~tfnn dock id g 10 meir standard. 31 Near ney Wnrirogi p^5 Saloon, $110; Second do. $80* : . «01 'j All letters and neyppaoera muat P No°bUhÍ6iríMtt| ¿SHigiWBPoc t of their present atock: ibin, Lower cotton „ Oalico Shirts, -Gante, Merino &rSorT ^kBs :iw3i>aB>aa IKiáMi through the át rae k£T AO a¿.¡ i>r;«i h I <£fi K'Vri no anesi Ob theday otaaillng. > start, so stllttmd * e downward firom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 August 1857

U MdUfer M will be F pa per*, f make remittance* JOHN HKHRY BKOWH. . , JULY 28, 1857. ^NOMINEES roa BonmoB. B. RUNNELS, ofiiowie. roft LxxuTUiAirr sotuxok. FBANCIS B. LUBBOCK, of Harria. . or THS SEVKKjLL LAJID OFFICB. WHITE, of Jackson. GUY AN, of Brazoria. ittmcT. GAN, of Andereon. Galveston County Nominations. Fob Stat* Bbnator. MARK M. POTTER. ; Fob Exfwmwtativbs. JOHN HENRY BBOWN. THOMAS M. JOSEPH. to bear the Democratic candidate , Mesar*. Potter, Joseph and Brown. Mr. Brown lead off in a apaeeb of one hour, reviewing his paatoourse, defining hu present position on questions of local and Stats Po- liojr and eloeed with a concise examinaron into the; origin, history and final repeal of the Miioouri com- promise, the passage oí the Oregon yM, the oom-- promises of I860, and the Kansas^Nebrask* bill, and the anti-sontbem position of 0®' Honston on all these points. Judge Joseph maie an excellent speech, so^nd in facto and logio and breathing the pore spirit of Democratic State Bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 August 1857

ank&i- - l •V.35!*^llS8sáiSÍP ■* •■ %sl ñ'=?«£' - tomm MMM -'. - ^er -li¿--!f* üsH r fallen a boat Waco; but i t&e corn had sns- t of good crop , however, I i Cotnrrr.—Tbe Woodville Messenger says r plentifnl orope in Tyler eonn- kees «ore flattering than at " a have greatly benefitted IIIP That the basi- city and byattaokaand Lynch law that encouraged people of the neoessary to adopt to enforce injustice and proves. i been held at Goliad on the the Mexican carts t to Saa Antonio. Bese g anoh assaults. . I at San Antonio. I are five 1 which yield an: ftdopt ¿omtitutiim the*oonstítntíons of some Of the older never submitted to a popular vote ; of late year this ha* been the uaual practice. York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and low*, their present constitutions without this but the latter State has now an amended constil tion before the people, to be by them adopted Monday in Aognst. The; adopted by the following States all submitted to the people fori specie. The tion: BhodeIslan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 August 1857

Con. tdeck. 'ilHanm, I snd «••:• píftfjEjIl —— ■m , twoofthecan- I the people at .., ._;«**'• Other engager e wen in the more ■ charms, and fea l gr-pes of the season ■ confined to a cold repast t beans, prepared with J ffew York Shipping List oi July > of 1,180 dry Texss hides, "On private tersas." Eeepshady. I# 'l'i'e following vessels were ap (or Galveston, « New Yéírk July 22d: Barque Norumbega, Saunders; barque Samson, Bobinson; brig Sa- bine, Walker. < , ST T e barque Cavallo was up for Indianola, at New York, July 22<L Many persons have requested,us to «all the attention of parents and others to the' dangerous practice Of "Kite Flying" by children. During the present week three cues have occurred where ear- wage iwthm frigEteped by Kites arid tana- way in harness, endangering the lives of ladies.— ¡The Kite lamps sent up are also regarded as likely to osatftJiHS^ Parents should either break It up. or require the children to go outside of the more pub- lic portion of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 4 August 1857

Á-rÁ;:4 At New Orleans qolet: * il|pj!9| i oorn ha* bean greatly injured by i is backward, a ' the latter aeema now to be almost oer- b have suffered 9 weather. The crop will )h larger than that of the year'bow r still arrives slowly at this port, and the I doubtless oontinne small until the new to some forward. The reoelpts this t have been only 212 bales. The market was acted by Mood «y 'a accounts, and an i of}¿c. is reported. We new quote: Limrooi ciaiiiiioiTioi. t&dalfflfe 15 a^- 184. Prices have IB cts. per lb. Extra qualities , 29 sacks. % iyr-4ijáté&\ lived this week. t for butchers use. Batobdat Bva., July S3, 1857. quiet with a limited at yesterday's prices. — « — .11 ais is* * M mu* uxm*x - nominal i rr 7 13* >d «8 50«B ; 14®14>(o. for I. Bams, tmcjr, r shoulders. 9 t>, small lots bringing lSj^e., and round ' Rori-Kentnoky Bagging sells " " d wsy St about 141317c. f India (3)4 k to the yard) ' .and 14](o. cash, and Rope 8x®9Xc- for i fc for maohlne made. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 August 1857

rwf$a*m. prS-; f.'J '£ i. v i „ -.. . ! : : SM jgjfeí ros.« Kg!i = ÍÍÚt>Hl HENRY BROWN •,*AUGUST *, 1857: 1 els 47, Hon ton 92. Bunnel |(^17, Grimes ■ - 8#: M<j- For Senator, r Bepresenta- 3 (Dem.) 45: ■ the Democrats. irera in > that they las to the last pnt up by in- i the Hunts- home this I the Mexican Mississippi, r the quaran- tine Siemins- , í reputation is al- ated to need no praise >t ■■■■ ¿ .. to Mr. ti. M. Lyon, the ' Galveston, and <.0 r New Orleans pipers in k, the patriot General and model i fs dead I The news-fell upon onr i a funeral knell, creating the i sfinBations of sorrow among all ave neither the time nor inolinatiqn 1 apon the public Joes or the virtnes idead—he who is acknowledged to most popular man in the United , and in his own State—the idol of his hero of our own devolution.— ubtless prepare a memoir of his life rioee, and oil laxas, indeed all na- il. will mourn hiadeath in the meridian of as a nation's loss. and Columbia Bailboad.— The Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 August 1857

,100 Thoorop S¡¿£5 tin hit field, and it**- t mentions refreshing nina lofplgiros « uyu , urn, taw ÍS BOW M- i osa b eithar «portad or im- f a dutyof giper too. i a cus which Uomi l order to en r own peen- the report of s trial, at Booth ohsrfe of Sabbath-breaking, ■ropristor of the hotel in flootb I hay oat, and as there were in' r a storm, which would have rained the riy pat into the barn and saved. , Mr. Sparry and his seven assistants The Jostles dismissed the case lone—Mr. Sperry being justified by ( 8un Cminiáu so oran Statbs, 1 in aome portions of the South, already suffered from this of eriminala and son- l oonntry under whioh it is effscted, ny of its own, is usually merely to doe to crime from the real > to whioh he la sent. W As report of a trial in the Chsrlottsvllle the state of Virginia still obssryes the tranaportation of slaves I the limits of the state for orime. The aordered her mistress, Mrs. i a few wools sines, waa tried i Louisa oonnty court. The they stood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 August 1857

Franoisoo by die i already, for tlx moat part, in- one vote, for floater í W lker. Our llgi i with Grimas to oome in. beata BunnelalM, "Old Kitt" may be in r In a rough light. Three I or uullcked I. i the retama from Walker, up a majority of 86 for of hia votes cam* from ad i proven by the other teeta. Of Talker ooanty, it la beyond received a majority of from -The reoeipta bnt 97 balee. The i. Stock on i the reoeipta this year, 11,044 balea. -The Henderson 'Democrat men- i of John Norria, who left that place aeveral others for the Meeailla gold. John givee rather an aocoant of the expedition, says their i immense, and Anally, they did not land of gold. > Improvement—Tbe Jefferson ( Tez.) that the contract for improving the and Lake from Jefferon to the Louisiana Line, waa awarded to Captain Wm. Perry, for the •am of $91,268. His bid waa to give 40 lnchee depth throughout with 60 feet width to Smitbland and 186 feet in the lake. /The time for completing the whole, under the law, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 11 August 1857

y p||®l u'.~ - a-i ;V£íí-,.íi .-. to.-* 'U- rff-l .. ■. j\ ?««* And i f pgs*sti?sah; to th# Ufa and §5(fc*í. :; . -*.uiy ' -tri , while I his at faC f-.-\ bét*: for to «p. I'll drown ¡ to itoD a family themselves." bean beat playing i parte; bat I you; bat I awar I'm ind—mart—I am. Bill Carr, at bia cabin t fur lich as I gets when t any why he takea t; and abe, that's his two-thirds with the i intrust with her tongue, and I princ'l—a heap more. She's erer seed eny how, for jaw, She can scold a blister onto a on the curl to two mtoits. She out j on the riTer—and patterns arter she hears tell on, from bussels to 'i I she's one on 'em, and sometimes Well you see, I got some i truck to make a new shirt oaten, i to make it, and about (he time comes lawyer Johnson along and -I wish it had punned him, darn • it didn't, for she cooks | when she tries. I'm pizen proof, p bia flask and peeping through long Ago* were eaten, she spied out that an'mity slick; so she. never rest 1 it outen him th...

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