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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 June 1861

VOL. XXIV. galveston weekly civilian. niunu ' STUART, HENABB * CO. meioMnKtinwi: Weekly *•"■*■>« month. ^4 00 Daily peí arana '111'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3 00 ÍÍSSS^sÍS^ ^ •"1 *"* oeoU for "" eaütí°i * the °th" «ft. cent for . ' BATM M untm™ : . i azie squire of ten U"«,• to«, lfor the first '^d foreacksnheeqoCTt insertion a liberal ¿«duet * M*> on wesrly advertisements, and ."*£ewh°advertiseHr the q—rtoror year TCE8BAY, IIJIIE 11, 18«1- gr Mr. Laeompte, of McKeever's Expresa, «ill accept oar thanks for continued fav< ra. tfg~ We are indebted to the oblfciofc officer of the steamer J. H. Bell for files of New Or- leans, New York, and St. Louis papers, in ad- vance of the mail. Of Col. Baylor, with Captains Hamner sudTticbardson, mounted Tolunteers, hare left San Antonio to garrison Fort Clark and Camp Wood. par- The Grand Lodge of Free Masons met jesterday at Houston. The Telegraph says iljjegates are present from nearly every county io the State. The attendance is larger than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 June 1861

[Wlm FRIDAY, jrjfE 14, 1861. * 1 H ' The mttMtioo of invalida, and «then f • pleasant gammer retreat, is asked to tM sdrertisement of the hotel at Piedinoat Sprtogm, Orí mea county. The edifice, being 269 fee* hmg, SO feet wide, and foor stories high, witt wide galleries surrounding each story—making nearly half a mile promenade <« the galleries—aflbrds the best modern con- Tenientes for health, comfort, and pleasure. The table and otter arrangements will be on a corresponding scale. IV We are under obligations to the officers •f the schooner Anna Taylor, for files of New Orleans paper in advance of the mail." ——— ■ . .. . ■— New York, Jane 1—arrived ship Na- tional Guard, Gates, from Ai£werp, via Gal res ton bar. fm" Passengers by Yacht Dart, from New Orleans via Berwick's, arrived here yesterday | m'/ * 1: ) 'J1. * art.; Bev. M. ■cNair, Messrs. Baker, Barcelli, Fenton and Dawfcm. ' '• The Yacht D rt leaves here to-morrow at 8 o'clock, for Berwick's Bay, to I wttt the Sunday car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 June 1861

COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR lor HI M* his 10III12 13 !• 17|18fl9B0 4 23 26 27 23 24 6 9 10 41 a'l3¡14jJ£j16117 18 lfSOflgi 25'28j27j28 29 SOT. li 2; 3 4 8 9 10 U lu 11 12 13 14 IT 18119 20 21 12113 14 15 16 17 181 22 83 May.1. WsS9«S2*S7 '* 30 .Í..I i#S4Íh°' "I: 18 80: 13 14.15 1617,18.19 20 21)22 23 24 25 26 12 13 14.1516 19 20 21 22Í23 ' W¿ PiTi ' 9 1011 12 13 16 17! 1H 19 20 33 24 25 26 27 30..;. 27 28 29 30 31 .... . ..Lp|7iL| i! 2 ; 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7!8"l>«. 14 15 •W: >28 i -i -JPWf9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 22-23 24-26 26 27 28 29 30 . li 2¡ 3 4 5 6l 7 8: 9,10 11 12 13,14 1516,17,181920 21 22 23 24 85 26 27 28 2930 31 ..[7^ ^ nONDAV, JUNE IT 1861. We are authorized to announce ex-Oot. F. R- LUBBOCK, as a candidate for Governor, at the ensu ing Aneost rlertion. JJ7P We are authorized to annoance L. A. ABKR- CROMHIE, of Huntsville. as a candidate for the office of Diatrlct Attorney of the Seventh Judicial District, at the ensuing election. JTP We are aathorized to annou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 June 1861

VOTDBT JUTM T) rail LAC k«ep jXi. I Tbstofleawill «oda I gtv* *m> •11 kind of ^ selset stoek of TtolhUm *•*., AUwet importations f ! him a call before boring HATS, HATS, HATS. A. PICKERT & CO. Bare just opened a fireah lot oft " * ~ reroMn [ and Eras HATS, ; to thiB market, with tte. PATB1TT ELASTIC CUSHION, . Late* Styles oat. Sign of the Big Hat r TREMONT rEUX VAKVELLE, LUMBER M1RCHAET, :"f" Mark* Street, Wear EaOroadk Depot, Siiiam, Tnu. KEEPS r-Ri*—*'r on hand a tall aaahifamit of Lumber of all deaerlpOoaa and «am , IrxflOd in* Cypress aad yellow Ptne, Pickets, Laths, Shin- «in. iwmdwm Harta «c. fcW-ly All order from the cowntry promptly filled. AUG. «ACHTXJSBEIV, JO EN B. DTTNEAWS and WM. P. EMERSON'S Grand Square Alio, Agent for 8TSIHWAT k 80*8. , will always be kept on hand. Sqoare CHlCEBBIifQ, GILBBBT, NEW- HALL, etc., etc., and Frsnck 4c German Cottage Planoa. Solo Agency for PUSCI 4c CO.'s MBLODKONS, Al o, MASON * HAMLIN'S and CARHAKT * 8TBDHAM'S MARTIN'S GUITARS. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 June 1861

f ex Q -y C- t / (lit) ill anil foettc. = ,a ,iyj * Tr : VOL. XXIV. =5= GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25. 1861. «4LTE8TON WEEKLY CIViLMV, rrsttsm vr ■" *' " STCABT, HERABB * C«. raic* sosscmirnox: 1 Weekly ,..$3 00 .< " - U not paid within 6 months • 4 00 Deny per ammm. . W.O# Commercial 3 00 Postmasters remitting two dollar* and My eentafor each «Avaa<$t subscriber, win be entitled ts tl* other Üft|T CVAtl{orC(MUÜNÍOM. KiTH 99 ABVMMLTUnVQ _ (re of ten linea, or leaa, $1 for tin #rs1 t UiUKini' for each subsequent losertton A tadnrtlna nade oa vearlyadvertiaements, sad XS&E •Zt&SEi T1IB|BA¥, JPWK 1 . m Tmt Parade to-morrow will presence of oar whole force. Cona«pyat)jrio paper will be issued from this office. © ■ Shi* XirrB.—Plymouth—Arrired Mar 19, Isabel, Squires, from Galveston for Bremen. Arrired at peqg May 24th, Isabel, Sqams, Galveston. _ ta* The spring WgftiB to open about Hemp- stead. Last Monday (he mercury stood at 101, Tuesday 97, Wednesday and Thursday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 June 1861

(Bwitmti. fKIDAY, JUSTE 81, 1861. ty The pilot boat Two Sisters, arrived to- <1*T Bt 2 P. M., from New Orleans ria Berwick Bar, with the mail and passengers. ar The ladies who were appointed DHD1' get* to receire and disburse the funds of the Mililry Fair, lately held in this city, publish a card in the News, in which they respectfully de- cline to continoe longer connected with the matter, and request that the ladies will place the fund, still entire, in other hands. Some difficulty seems to hare existed in procuring entire unanimity in regard to the manner of appropriating the funds. A resolution was, however, adopted to the effect that "the proceeds of the fair be exc usirely appropriated for the benefit of the widows and orphans of soldiers, who may be killed in the war which has but begun, and for necessary clothing for soldiers who are destitute." We believe that the ap- prehension that some opposition exista to this mode of disposing- of the fond has caused the managers to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 June 1861

<$mtm COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR ÍJL* 5 JCLT 28 39 30 31 Acs. B 13 2 3 4, 5 910 11 1213 1617 18 1920 £3 24 25 2ft 27 30 31 ...i 1 2i 3 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 18 17 20 3122)93 24 25 27 -JS 89 30131 11 ¿«asas 29 30 29 30!..).. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 tl 12 2 . -j-- •it,- , S1"' 15 16 17;18jl920 22,23 24 25 27 29 30 .. ..!•••••" "«■Ute; 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 33 24 25 p* 27 28:29 30 31 „|j jl" 2 3 4 *5 ¿'i f 8(1 hbcj 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17.18 19 20131 22 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 2627 28 29 22 23 24 25 36 27-28 |30|..J..I, 2930|31;..|..|..|.. nONDAYi JUNE 24« 1861. 13 1415 16 17 10 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Nov.I.J..i.I i' 2 3 4! 5 6 7; 8 9 101112 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 32 33 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 JLt* We are aathorized to announceei-Got. f. R. LUBBOCK, aa a candidate for Governor, at the enni ing Amnst election. llj* We arMuthorixed to announce L. A. ABIR- CROMBII. ofHuBtirille, as a candidate for the office of Diitr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 June 1861

gasiittss ^wriisemntts Louisborg, N. O. STROTIER * OTOSE, COTTON I ACTORS, Aai CnuriMm Berefcamu, •UMÉM. rpai aaWrsifnedhaTstkisdayfo^soo-partosr- X ship under Uw abate name, for Iba parpóse of Pledging prompt and personal attention to all baa- ■ess entreated to oar care, we respectfully «otot con- lignmend oí nrodaee, merchandise kc, either for J*1 toeor shipment. DKWITT O. BTONK. a Sitnnwi, March 17 th. 1888. M' EnncTT * co., hbt.l nin.m baring purchaeed the etock o*Ad«nefc Howard, will continue the Marble ■ at their old stand—Mechanic etraet. Orden for every article in their line executed nanner, under the superintendence of Wi Country dealen (applied. SiirBTOD. Jane let. 1859. iune3-d-w Ml «fcaünstont Carta* R. IMELADi BOOKS. PERIODICALS. STATIONERY AMD NBW8PAPER8. Corner Market and Centre Streets. THIKLAU keeps constantly on hand a large stock of Books, all kinds of Stationery, Fancy Qoodi, etc. The ladies will Bnd a select stock of Wool Patterns for Slippers, etc., direct impo...

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

J been do The st. ■ short of t JSL < , § ¿everjH alette. m '.Ml I = ® ® 0 © GALVESTON, TUESD IfCA** FBICB OS iCUCElPTlOlf: Weekly peranmue (3 00 •< ** *' if not paid within 6 month* 4 00 It 00 ! Uro dolían and fifty cents for each advance subecifber, will be entitled to the other ftftjr cents fofeommUniOD. katm o* *nv«Ti*ino: far a single «qoare of tenUnes, or lest, glfor «a «rat and 50 cent*additional for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction made on vearlyadvercfaementa, and ta those who advertise by the quarter or year. TUESDAY, JUNE 25 1861. ^9" Mr*. Rachel E,Webb, consort of the late Jadge Junes Webb, died at Sour'Lake, two days since. The body arrived atUplves- ton this morning, for interment. ¡ST The yacht Dart, C*A. J. Y. Lawless, arrived taw feat sight, from Berwick Bay, with the following passengers : Judge Hawes, Beeves, Hall, Pradin, Wilson, Mr*. Stewart A family. B^~Tbe sehooaer Zac Sabel arrived this atoning from Powder Bora, with the mails and the follow...

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

a. s. dements. AJfGLO-SAXON. baátei. moles the eoaat,' to be *nd Io*Te old *w# •nd with a threat of tbe of Kentucky, if • The ooIy compromise that will now aatisfy the State* of the Southern Confederacy, is the acknowledgment of their independeaee. 9* The Franklin (L*.) Register states that Mr. J. B. Price, of that place has completed arrangements for carrying passengers and the Confederate Stales Mail, tri-weeklj from Xew Iberia to Orange, Ter u. The line pass, a via Lake Charlea to the Or- ange, on the Sabine, present terminus of the New Orleans and Tea >s Railroad. i Ifl vé Col. Hardee, < De of the ablest military men of ibe age. the author or Hardee's l áctica, baa been relieved of the command of Fort Mor- gan, and ia assigned to an important command in the toeater of active war. The Mobile Tribune learns thai Col. Hardee baa been ordered by the Government to Mem phis. Missouri.— From the dispatches to Western papers from Booorille, there appears to be no doubt that Got. J...

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

Si 4\ 5! 6 10 11 12113 17 18' Ocr..'..|..| 1| 2 3j 41 • 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ¡13 14 15 1# 17 1819 !¿0 2129 J3 24 -¿5 26 27 2829 30-31 .. Hurlbut will hare a preliminary examination to-morrow. If the evidence is not sufficient convict him, be will be tamed over on m warrant for the Confederate Commissioners in Charleston. Ten Federal prisoners were brought here yes- terday and to-day. , Nothing confirmatory of the secession of ITT We are authorized to LUBBOCK, aa a candidate lor tat Afl<—a*lsrtioa. JTf WeanutkorMW WT9RAY. of Harria County, aa a candidate for Con fin Una (the 3d) pjatrict. TTr- We are authorized to announce L. A. ABBR- C BOH BIS, of Huntsville. aa aeawfidate for the office of Diatrict Attorney of the Seventh 3 udictal District, at the ensuing «lection. _ JO* Wa are authorized to announce JOHN O. WALKER, aa a candidate for re election for the office of Diatrict Attorney, of the Seventh Judicial Diatrict, at the eatatar election. ITP We are anthoriaed to announea H. J. J...

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

\X É fí; mm Have jos opened tar superior to always be kept on n KERING, GILBE 8 GUITARS. ARIZOT Liberal discount logues gratis [^repaired 9. bolluio Galveston.! NEK I Iron Building, Galveston LSON*8 Sewinu Machine* are now admitted to be superior to alt other* ever Invented. As evidence of this bet. they took the first premium, In tí fall of llCS, at every State Fair in the United States, without o i ccckptiom, wherever contended, " ,Grover at Baker's, and all other , vis: to the States of new ¥ork, Maryland, . VIRGINIA MISSOURI, PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY. MICIGAN, mississipi WISCONSIN. CAL: ILLINOIS. T NEW JERSEY, IND! old-time Shuttle Machines of «mgv.. at most of the above fairs, and wer% RvF badly beaten in every instance. . & Wilson's Machines came It the New and GEO B, fcments.. raQni %ge, ÍVKAXS, le IrijA of Ia. wlifice, know#. RHEKX SUNCIACTI vry;& portable steam MAKCRAC jr. Ac CO.yJ* iL'J I r a^.^rr^ sy superseded singer « co. s, Alt to and rapidly have they —„ !t. _ s...

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

mm 'ÍS0>, sÉW .#*? - = ■-¿tí tfty oenfcsf WEDNESDAY, JCLI I, 1861. The María Bartlett, tram Galveston tur i, w at Deal June 5. TI Dart waa to leave Berwick for thia port liat Monday. 'The and Berwick: butttie HP The Austin Gazette leans trom the Adjutant llenera!, that ta a few days there will goon ;nv0l-red be over twelve thousand men in campe of in- struction in Texas. CP" Mr. Henry Jooea, one of the old Three Hundred of the first pioneers of Texas, died on the 18th Jane, at his residence in Fort Bend eounty. Be waa 73 years old. t3T The Turner Rifles, one of the best-drill- ed volunteer companies of Houston, has been aeoeptod for a twelve month term of service, by the Government of the Confederate States, The express surprise at the abaeaee « movements at the aeat of war. aa wall as valor, is necessary in Than is often better §en- ' than in action; and even tbe ' avoiding great battles is, par- warfare, more successful at attacks and desperate Tbe American revolution guc- . .....

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

if he would > place, be p. ■ aad wat found at the negro qnarters of I • suarise am Tuesday. Be was tried M citizens of Grimes county, found A splendid Comet has been visible in •inos SuotUy night, from dsrk er 9 o'clock. It is one of the largest aad finest we have erer sees. We do not re- collect to have observed any conjecture of the appearance of a const at this time; and fi ths unusually fine appearance of this one we suppose it is either new to astronomers, or one of the many, which, appearing at long inter rals, haa ao known periods of return. HT As will be seen by his address, Hon. E.W. Care is now one of the publishers and editors of the Civilian. & is an industrious, ready, and able writer, af was evinced by the Nacogdoches Chronicle when under his charge ; and the senior editor of the Civilian anticipates a material improvement in the paper as well as material aid in his own labors-now pro- tracted to a quarter of a century—a period which takes ths attraction of edit...

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

i r «AV. 1 * Nov ü ™ I 81 DEC. 51 «17 Niilnu >4 ..... 13,112 * CO. COMMEBCIAL. --r ir ¡f- I i M , Satobdat, Jaly «th,18 l. ItM bring* datas lo New r^lia Linrpool op to the 29th nit. The salea of cotton for tbs three days pre- rieas were SOJM bales, 7900 of which went into bands ef ket eloeed Arm at Msnehsstsc adrices srs rtrj unfavorable. Manufactured goods sad Tarns wen very dull atckwe. At Liverpool braadstufis and provisions were also dnll. Tlje Loados money market dossd:—consols for money 89% to 89%, snd for account 90 to 9t*. The asws by the Etas is rather favorable to the nsognition of the Confederate States. The belief that the? would be able to maintain their Wfcs current. Another English hsd sailed for America, and Frsaeh war fleet wss about starting. TfcsEtM brought £236,099 is specie. The New York cotton market was firm with an upward tendency. The sales of 39th nit. wars MM bales at U£. Mew York adrices up to tit 24th, show ex- traordinary distress there in monetary c...

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

a. a. i The a-.tes «fit Bod a aafoct stock of Wool fatten tar %pen, «te-, direct import Plouc give ban «all before ool Pattern) ■ Oerraany. = W" W M FELIX WAUTKLLE, lcmb r merchant. Mart* street, AW BaUrotd Depot. Gal Blul, iHUa. KEEPS xut ntly 0d umiui a full assortm nt of Lumbsr of ail d-ao. iptions and qualm a, includ- ins Cypress and y-llow Pixs, Pickets Uiki, 'Uo glas. narrow aad wide Fencing. etc. feo -ly All order* fr m the sous try lunaptly filiad AITG. iiCHTLEBEN, HOLM Í0KVT POR DÜSUAH'S and WM. P EMEKSUZPS Gruid Sjuare Alto. Agent for STEINWaY * SONS. Besides tteae, will aiways ge fcrpiou hand Square Piano* from CHICKENING. GILBERT, NEW- HAUL, etc., etc., and Freach Jc German catlap PU oa. j Sola A¿«ucy for PRINCE * CO.' M¿LUSE0N8, a10, mason a hamlin's and carhart m. stkdham's kartis'a guitars. A|) kfaxtf of Iastnimenfce, StaeM naaio---Mu«lc Roaki. Music Mat by mail, frae of poatace, on raoeipt of pnbiisters' prieta. Id coral disouont to Teachsr* and Dealer*—Cata logue* g...

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

? *' VOL. XXIV. GALVESTOV, TUESDAY MORNING* JULY 16. 1861. J GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN. FCILtlHBD IT STBABT, CAVE ft CO. ,3 oo Tri-w^k,; per •-°nU C«m~Ki4 per ^nm.??d.0f.,e" *f? ®"y eenta for ent'tl<d t0 the 0,her fOT • .*iTri P* iUVDlTuuo : sj^gBgaaaaaasg ^gPWMDAy, Jlu 10, 1861. WGw.T, 5th inst. o Dorn was in Austin on the W Advertisers for the Tri-WVofc-u „ hand in their favors bv 3 o'clock i „1h' ' ing before publication. ' " ^ Tu* N*w Inland RorrB Open prom Nbw ofR'thBeSsJ,° L'BKRT7-Capt- Th0"- Peacock thatth L A" 8- R0,hvefl. «« « us that the stage route from Sew Iberia to Orange ■a in operation. Passengers came through to Galveston by his boat. They were out on. v Z*^! Z It,tage Pa3M^' >nd "P«* the e" atoclced "d accommodations go xl. n We ^ *l#<i tonoti^ the N. Orleans Uelta, a condemnation of the practice in vogue here of publishing the p,p.r accounts of mili- tary operations, and especially those concern- °Ur',Ule N*VJ The whole advantages to ^ tb* Ste*mer Sumter r...

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

*0 HJBCHAM5 , with Bill < Ucjot laf jmUor TW0* in. usual PlanU jjaiy3S-ly p Galveston , Hontrriik iooeer. rail ear (weekly rum u« ODCCK Wins, he attended la d-tf OE 8 j elected 'toé I tree t, ira prompt]; mar31tf ¿ooDc ition of NA H CHINj rare, KB, ETC. tira, u, etc. CASTERS WAKE. I, [CBS. « . n. Texas. agenta I SO trill reoei by us * • Agen NO. 29, renin (i t. Mas* N. W.B keii ■ son. SON'S CCC JES. U ' es. -in bottl ibaeo d to be it ., to. mj Steamboat niea,withorwi manufactured i , r\ _ paper, and Ruled, Jr^ to any desired pattern,. mauiship warranted. 1 Book! aubstantiat ly the shorted" 'ar, Pui ira' Cbai •'a Mxpi Jherry, e ANN AY Hair I, ; Plante! „ .j ronage I cita a M 5 dSm ER, rocer ' The Junior extends to our neighbor of the Xewa hia thanks for the very kind notice made of hia entrance into the editorial ranks. The conrteay and grood feeling displayed is not only appreciated, bat will lie reciprocated. car" The steairer Ruthren arrived on W^~ . _ fmm Liberty, with the Mae...

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

ftfc* (ímluÉ. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR lliif 2 3 * 5 C y io u 12 13 M 15 It) 17,18 19 20 v'l 82 23 24 25 26 27 2BS 3U!3i .. .. .. lull li 13 14,15 16 17 181#.20i21, ¿3 tírrafe Th* Lokdos Times' Correspondent.—The Southern press nor begin to Bee what they should have seen at ilrst, that Mr. Russell the famous correspondent of tb« London Times came to this country merely in the character of a correspondent, and not as a high plenipo- tentiary with powers to settle our late so far as European powers were concerned. They should also have known that the Times to Eng- lish sentiment is, what the New York Herald is to Northern sentiment, variable as the breeze and of a nature too easy to resist the blandish- ments of gold. Mr. Russell has been feted and passed around, permitted to visit our camps, fortifications, and to know our plans of opera- tions. What does h* do? Just what lie was sent to do —writes it all to the London Times, The Ht arjj Virginia. ASOTHE 3 4 < ■ Ji'LV ti 7j é y 10 ...

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

TiSPr m ü *48 II t> niea Boo,' «r plr Í 6mrar Bsntar, scale of rates j<#rlíaits^íforrtismi adopto bt tm GALTESTON COTTOS PRESSES, FOB TH> Til COHMMCUia *H* lit of Septe"*',er' I860 to 1861 TARIFF OF CHARGES. VESSELS' CHARGES—COASTWISE. rOR COMrUMNO. „ . 35 cents Freight at }ic- _• oyer 4U *<S «c 4". .. .. X&l.c 5 > .. .. ic «mi VESSELS' CHARGES—FOREIGN. for compresbins Freights at \d .....35cents. Orer X and under ?« 40 At ji and up to 7-lb 50 Over7-lri and under H 5j At a w> At9 lGd At fid 70 At At\d 9" Over Sid #1 00 Extra rope to vessels on compressed * Cotton per rope. -10 ADy fractiruial rate of Freight, hetween those named above, shall be charged at the rate next highest on the Tariff. CONSIGNEES CHARGES. Drayage per load..25 cents. Weighing and Sampling per bale. .13 Sampling only 5 Weighing only 8 Storage, per monu, to date from time received per bale..20 For each bale of Cotton rejected out of a lot, turned out for selection that may be necessary to re...

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