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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 May 1862

' > ..■.;•'■ . e • ' - ' , ^ ' -1 ■ - . 1 • ■ -Mr# W ¡ggá* *'•"■ |¡¡| •?,< V" V E '■' ; '♦ { - y.'-i . i~ ' k-J~ •' .'if •■■ '. ." i * :■■ ':«•'• PUBLISHED BY STUART *. CAVE, STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS. GALVESTON, TUESDAY, MAY :,Y ' jtog of the opcratioat «if the H it Mid If *e-o ft 'I# Cpt. Wharton, [fid, abicb *ty*: I : Muatéy, «# «NI ptop bag ,d|)pM I Pf á*Mm -g*dto ém é*i, af th# $Nm|)j fe apestoso * «Me «w'jppre wü pe- twi 4p«riJLo r7<N ■ÜÍi2r*^J!!*" "**' ^">*•****" «■ . ftl*tf«fapMl,*M,aaMt« Tt «ij lfc*t ttmy tm— •• f.r ., T, pp. bun §HiMiapMlÍtoBiPffE^^ i toteptfoa af eomieg + •***■- ^ OfePbtlsd States fr-aertcktbarg. ■PNNvi frw the k«HMÍÍHH^É be di-i nol think Houston tofdtd. This la reliable, as it «k wri oeotrel busptto* froond. ■■HV U M • III"' Oa* $4 t a-st. mm* «# tieP ir** | *0 —O WWÉ T„>W He t.ifld T «OSII- from the ^HBSÍthtt ul«e and K. P. Engagement at Cumberland ftap. Enemy Repulsed with modi Lo . r—'■ "f m 1 Attempting to irfe ml t añían Wt* April II....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 20 May 1862

EÜ . *!', ' 11 ..1. ■ ""1 ' Viftit lfty% ' fOa m iO a f-f jb*«JO l*"l® á® > thos* sireedy i tbe fert that a \ nii^iifji lüló I A repari tl^BWW j£^ta SATCtflUT. MAT IT sssesazqc^sqraE :<S4RPH. Ü • V* Wfc^Üiw - ma W: Xüsrzti > 0^ i Atmm M*fc t*é Chief ¿ogtoecr aralry Kght at Pit aba a' *• ■* laid, «I end aroood áarfmkt aod we are iilf/' I-Iirryp _j- I>rivinff the ;Kncmy. PPMF with Cavalnr and Artillery. French Forces Advancing on Mex Ift •"■*4'i #WH""í.- i>¿'..'l •■ - •_ " "J W«**m, the «te «I WelT C*k 3*irtl Mfifl •N**> m frutl • p ofwrrc^ow Íjt f~' T~* 8. i#* J* *e theia^ rrpW mode Vy Co! aendart ai Galeas Capt, tjkc $ant*e, fur' thai wh cor rlh. i efieea Sfwtao oí hy akoold app r Wforc Gairrsíon, fMijí :ibf com lotto ¡ co- Advance of Federals. eaptnfcd! in Dell eottutr. Va. P^n,| mmy Imm joto tta loto K* *wni fcrth«*|o*io- t r„tt^uf | French IMeOta t Ion f r©- l quarter afa ren that I*?* dt&* **P*f troubles, ood 0* m.&*f fetUVlgwrt Jarttio, o i «i*i aáort ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 October 1865

y V v Y \ 4 THE CMian aittf . i_ TRI-WEEKLT. «—Curnney-ÍMngle Copy, 1 yr*r, (19 00 " ?ix month . 6 00 " Three moctlu, 3 UV BOOK AND JOB PRINTING or roí sanimM, Kieruted with Neatness and Dispatch. * THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY. The Washington papers give the following authorized version of the late speech of President John- son to the large delegation of Southern men who recently had an interview with húr in order to ob- tain an "Mi en tie «tatemen t of his ❖ r ii t. Civilian aitfa WEEKLY. Tkiims :—Currency—per annum, $5 00 H. STUART, Editor. ] V S<i RC JS^L. GALVESTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1865. Rate* of Advertisinc: One square. 10 lines, firs.1 insertion,. .f!l 50 [ Established in May, 18:13. Eich subsequent insert, 1 ó) TRIWEEKLY. One square. 10 lines, first insertion,. .?1 5(1 K.cii subsequ nt insertion,. 75 pon > towards toe South. Mr.jspin McFirianJ of Virginia, in behalf ing. _ i w It is said by ail : ' The i=- of the delegation a3sSred the Pres-j.«ue .vas onrg, ami the jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 October 1865

'y ; ■; ■ I, ii éfV " ' *4 m vfp p V k M s<S B M, ' I 4 -*i 'A' - :• \ afr-* Tf Í ' " I I I tSiwliau fe ©ajettc Calmita 0«k 19, 1865. W JÉr. C. S. Te*l, purser of the ToMWvod* hM oar thank* for late pa- perl; ft' ft. Lother, Eaq , has oür thank* for pnperi to the prcas. OCT The reeeiptaof cotton at New Orleana last week, amounted to 23,435 bale*. (tiT *• are under obligations (or lato periodicals from Hutchinson'* Book and Neftfe Establishment, next tfuttr to the old Postofflct. (&" The brig Gen. Knox clcared at NVjw York October 1, for Gatveltuh. * 0tr The stesmer Shooting Star, which was lost between New Orleans and Galveston on the night of Septem- ber 6. waa Insured iu Boston for $75,000. 03" The schooner j. A. l'rioe, from Baltimore for 7\>xss, was at Havana 8ept. 16. - O^The brig &tu*é6 Rogers cleared at New York for Galveston Oct. 4th. (tír Cowmorfoír Mfl^ér^ell knoArh for bit distittgttiahcd fcérvicca lh the HaVy of'the Republic of Texas, died at Wash ington on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 October 1865

— sir?. \ - ► ^ A A* A l i <r4 * v y « ,4f,* «t ->,. bUREENCY ÍABLE. com O.B. era. 03. COIN CTS. US 127 138 1 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 79JÍ 78* 78* S* ?i* 75 74* 74 73* 73 72* 72 71* 71 14¿ |70* 143 70 144 145 I4B 147 148 «9* 69 63* 6ó «7*| 149 67* U56 66* COIN CTS. |OOU>; G.B.j cra.jG.B.J na 151 6*1|76 ÍMW — ,85*; 177 - ¡«5* j 178 65 ¡179 |64V<:180 «4*|181 63* i 182 63*1183 63 |184 h 2*;i85 ¡62*j 186 61*|187 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 1C2 163 1«4 _ 165 |8fl*:l90 1«6 60*:19l 167 69%i 192 59}$: 193 ,59*1194 '58*: 195 58*11«6 58*!l97 173 ;57*jl93 174 57*:tÜ9 175 ,57*UüO '(«*5188 | 1 i 189 168 169 170 171 172 22* 56* 65* «* ít* 54* 54 53* 53* 53* 53 52* S* S 51* 51* 50* 50* 50 50 ¿ook-Keepi HG.—Those who borrow \>o¿^8 want no instruction on this point; but there is another branch of the art less easily acquired. We are indebted to tfr. Joseph Phillip for a neat copy of S pamphlet on the subject just issued by im, to fiable .young m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 19 October 1865

•' wvf * V o v J V _N \/'j "W í ¡p^ 'iMM rafe* o © Mr I # <• ! ' I Cioilian & ©alette C nlr"l:zition. Ve rc among those who Lilt eve thai Gov mrimme* ■ ■ ■ l . T? i ernmert ¡-ht.'.J neve:- do f.r individuals £*jre<ton Ccív'Ii . Í80.: that -which they - i d > w< II fur them- . . —— =^=-^= -oivn ; ihat v f.it ',individuals cr.Dn t h> Mr. Bene Uacr^ady. tbe obliging purser s],le nccouipli-hel by tb* of st tms*tf< Magnolia; ha*ouEthank.? for . number .f associates recess-.ry. fc I rnnniiig up í(. t-ioelc compani'-s, town . . C'TO -T■!' i ■ i mi: it - 1' stales be largi* IjcOwk Tj xf.s.—A boat evory bou/ is lúteres'ed in the U. 9. Assessor's r.f'ict-, , y •**' s in to-day's paper. Kií¿<7 .t. fisi t> r a'lun-1 b. d iS MYvI I. mailer ca>. d* mire iiiiwcrfiil 'o a.-siune d. rt .king well. Wi • r.i at::r ricians. We have lifretl lonj: enough to begin to think there is something in the old fable of the race between the bare and the tortoise,and that your ploddin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

i " ■■■■>$* sbsshbsk m 9£ - .• m - ■ ■ MM|M TO*, ;V?. > "'. •''Vva' ''. '-' - f .< *"+**■ ■■•Miri *w y-: u * -< ■^L. ) > I - f ■ t THE TRI-WEJETKLY. 'Te mu i 3 oe 'book and Job printing or mar taacsimov, Execatcd with Neatness and Dispatch MARINE HIST. jéÓKT 0fV,AI!VI!*T01Í. i MiV* Wot. IS—brig A. C Br loks. Boyes, Few Tora. 4 15—bii* Hiw ce, Me* Turk, .*• l'l—'ch'r ■ lbert fin), Car rolla, Hino. " K —eh'r M-rtt.a M., Fl-tdi rita4nt •' I r 8. Mari , HnderidU, New Yo k. " 16-tarn Ihis West-ndfTS, New York. • l'l—sehr K C. Ilowa d. líe Ytljk IT— trig Hirii f Uhs Wave, Live pool. •* lT-tr < C t Int. Mi tamo ros. •' 1" —icfc r See tune, Matamoros. CLKARKD. l-'uv. ¡5—S S Sherman. Peufl-ton, New Cleans. •• — sch'r Alghhnrth, Tucker, Hrfvmna. '• -sch'r IHa, it wart, Subtle. •' 1 —adt'r SopM i. Powell. 8 -bine* " 1>¡—aeb'r Oeti I Knox, Robinson, Net York. '■ I'.—«eb'r • Q. id mi C-rrett, NewYirt. .«• 1-—b rti CoWtá, WB inf, Livtp-ol. ló-birt Hid. Mew York. " 1 .-Lrig Ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

\ c¿ f t Civilian fc ©alette M IMS. «ml mi TUX. *1.1 .9. Kt—.of fiUmt , tad Hon. ■Mr, fcmtily CtaaptroUer of tbis win ■oplk^bitkiattr solicited far Any books calculated knowledge will be se- tt'. J. W. nipona will re- Convention repodi- ' Ml of the State, ^ o vote of ItS to 117. ♦1 O* A Wew York dispatch states that i of Germans, Swedes and i passing into Virginia, but the soppljr is aot eqoal to the demand. The *" far their services as farm or laborers is $106 per year, with ■ad lodging, for men, between 30 sad M years old, and for women #100. littmid Coixectios.—We are glad lo bo oblo tototste that the diffically in shipping fireights direct by railroad from tUs CÜy to Breaham and Chappell HUI, ao lokger exists. Parties at those places ' aow expect the punctual arrival of tir The President hat appointed Gen Henee Broaghtoo Assessor of Interna] lame of the fourth district of Texas / iflr The steamship Base, CapL Pen- aingfoa, atiwi yeeterday from New Orleans, with the following pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

ti o t* f I *• *i - i t % I j .{. i it ié it le of > v £ 2 the to P¿- mm •á '.L- V y < Hobgb Podgb.—The New York «correspondent of the Cincinnati 6a- sette says that Horace Greeley and A. ÍL Stephens. Henry Ward Beecher -and Roger A. Pryor, Theodore Tilton, <óf the "Independent," and John H. Reagan, ex-Postmaster General of the late so-called Confederacy, dined to- gether at Delmonioo'y the other day. COMMERCIAL. IIIÉMÍ New Meus Markets. New Oiuum, Thursday, Nov. 18, 1065. 0OL -1«X«M X. COTTON—MSMe. fcr ordinary, 48S49c. for good . for low middlin g, and 53£34c. for rU>Cft-4aperfi e, S*<5; axtra «11 50®15 00 CORN—«1 25311 35c. y bushel. «JGAB—Looitinan, brown, l&S17Xe. 9 a: Caul* market. Jarato Cm, Hot. 17,1865. tirdnd to-day: 153 Teiat Cattle. iS*l* ' «>S Texaa Cattle. Stock on «ale: 344Texat Cattle. W.qaot : - - 5«m Cata , cholee, a net ®. 10 Te* t Cattle, 9Í A 3d quality, p bead..15 —® 0 — H*w Y«rk S irkel.' 5** To**, Nor. 17,10 r. m.— Cotton closed ••firmer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

'v- ; : r - - i ' ' 'l-v~ % v'v jw • f * r ? rfii r- iaai> ■■Lf ? — - V.T.tf u! in •• al f BV w ,..-J 18, 1869. iriToinr OM of «telera bad oc«ffred .«tlfwr York |ltb' ? Fo«yrr OáttLftj—See advmiieaonti af Yirims ateamftviq this paper. iPalmyra audi 'rete &ew'ditaiÁs ÍTaw Oülkdh Bx*.—Mr. A. Duteil, of Galveston, is fcgént'for thtstttefiiogipaper. ■ ■>■ Ki* Twt, S« . H.—There are no ne* of cholera «a beard lb® IuIPaYim, lÍTÍDg ata distance, and own lag property in Texas, will do well to ob aerra the card of H. M. Traebeart the 1j, in order to «are still further trouble and expense. The consrrfcetire penalties al- ready exceed the whole amount of the tax. CT Dr. L. E. Edmonton is nato at his former residence an 1 witl be happy to serve his old friends, and thfe publifc generally, in his professional capacity. The season of tough beef is approaching, and people will do well to put their iaeiso and molors in good working order. Those who lire on raw ofsters and spoon victuals, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

* • 0¿L II Li • am m ■ i- $Sx¿4Áv ■r^ r\ ( \ AATxjC/^- v ■ H (fisHion# (Sprite LOCAL. L1T£LL1GE3ÍCE. ■ne Socirrr.—The regular weekly af the Galveston Harmonic Society •4 their Bail, at half past seven A fall and punctual tt- NEW YORK CARDS. Sunmo*.—The papila of the G airaste* Male Academy will bold their aa- ■■•1 exhibition at Turn or ' Hall tomorrow, Aa entertainment by the I ha giren at the Academy Building ** *Uay evening. Professor Baldwin wi'l l for a ecmpHanntary ticket. AG. DICKINSON A CO.. Cotton and W't>ol • Factor , and General Commission Mer- chants aad General Agent*. Liberal advanees made on coosignmenta. So. Ill Liberty st, New YoTk. J*! nBA SAT A CO, AGENTS ATO COMMISSION MERCHANTS IS Barclay Street, New York. ' O • - ico. > 3. J YORK CARDS. majniireni passenger • LC. Harris, Capt J. B. Lock wood, Iwdiaaala is due here at eight o'clock Fri- 8ha will sail the mate day for Pawipw wiU do vdl ta take ▼a. G. Hewn will kan at aftarnooa far New Orleans. twa o'clock I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

IF • i "V ÜÜMÜi AVlíR - i *-£!*+ W« had bcfor ms tba otbe nimbar of takes to, died in, mad d)\f, bat *,TiV The reopening of the intercourse >n< A of the wM0 bctlWD S n Antonio tira Chihubm r u«> k* fc* the and long trains of w* ooj again Uki Proceeding* the City Council # K of the_ intercourse and trade mar re- sult in gmet benefit to W«*m Texas, if Mex- ico ahould enjoy a soaaon of peace. A stage te two oitiea, take the route, ladea with the aMhil product* ef Northern 11 nil >w4— a ad manufacture i goods from the North and f£ res «tiMon%^tfiining operation* oken of by the papers " ~ nf tbe were before known oa the hsk long been known iA/oatiiU iron, lead, copper, arsenic, and it ú alleged, baa never •i i We tare br JÍ -ífTí «.*3*1 2J great extent- The minee üéwtt for áa# yedra a Mftrtasi«íthaoooIím wmtto SngUnd.aad led te a iw il >f ttawarwkiehkad ilwlnyrf tiara labor, ta iba shape of a war on the eooRe ayates, and jnt a stop te the trade foca tima 1 U the alialfi U ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

i , n •• Ulicii «n<a /// © . ® local intelligence. SosFBXDtk—We learn that work on the $20,0l)0 job for cleaning out the '"Bayou** has been impended. Where are theShip-Ckannel- ites now? Coüscjl PRACKK9TÜ0S.—Ta hnotbor colaran of thia evenings paper will be found the "of- ficial" proceeding! ef last night's meeting of the City Council. They are of quit an in- if resting character, and *iU «ell repay a care- ful perusal. ruuub Meetisq.—Oar merchant* and businas* ma* is particular, aad the public gen- erally, Till beat ia mind the Kail Road Meet- ing at the County Court House this evening 7 o'clock. A Ml aad punctual attendance is earnestly derired, a* basinets of aa interesting character i expected to b« transacted. Coloreo Bra*s Band.—An effort is on foot for tbe organisation of a colored brass band. Tbe President of tbe organization waa busily engaged yesterday in making arrangements for the pa rebase of tbe instrumenta, and we may now look opon its establishment as * tied fact....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 November 1865

• I NEW YORK ASillONS FOR l í- CARDS. P R A D L E \ cnrx tin (OK Ml IU) string sorra. > WiU not MUI ar •MM MAXI; FACTURERS ik* lb* Are sow wwih^fc A VERY LARGE STOCK AHD COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF STABLE AND FANCT Magi* ALLY ADAPTED TO TOT TCTI SERVE rnnct CO* MISSION 1 Other S*«t« ar> ttpm tiile m I'SKLKS! 6m «b 1-M mí Opta" * of tb* !W! j-rvcbSaaag «ta ntM Sapwtooty oí tk* DCPl.EX ELLIF TIC (w doakb) SPR'.Kti SKIRTS, fcsr now b-omt th* Sue*** Skirt at th* F*>ki -«abb War*A! M by th* «M of tbt WSSTS SE VBLKT * CAST. " CYaaib*c* and ri a*i $1 IS. «V it «it IftR Om i>m « that Owy tsM H INES. UQVOKS, Tbaasa&b •r Tkwim CMn. Oovaav Hu \cu Cituafc hmu lliat Cra, Eva**. A*. tf ti In W« aprHed. H *o it at*ay« __ of b te aa mm at « NO. tí VATER •®SSS3S5Sr5i ' "'"TITil ;*V. W-. Í>!W( HT" KWOt JL haiai «jtamw u % •n nnwcmjs- .a e i—¿'.m iitr 3tu fesmst it" .lw Jhw>* 3tawk -rnuH r in. ü¡t 3ítt1 '^ir* 3&c !>•« - ¿virw ueittw -3tiu,:- "Vnota: w fitt-iT üinsiia. ra; "0 :¡...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 March 1867

i JÍ-ÍH"" '" 'i 9trt.tr' ¡fomf :* «t *• *.«,• ^rr^vl" ,#> anmiia,.....f5 UP •ÍRI-WE&KLt. ;rv—> t« .. *1# -.-i* ... • * # BOOK AND : -y. í'mg; : t j GALVESTON. THURSDAY, j fcwM wiih ««ü^ aná Dbftféb q-raph. ifricillfre turne the war correspondent ¿ía special to associated ^Kf ATA|T aS i OON, MARCH 15th, 1867 tbe éervieee of a large An the Penitentiary. mad Brazos Branch Bail- rtnpM stoles that the hrealc on the ÜaaOfeiaaJM Railroad and the emane Lafoereha, bare bees so far repaired the freight tratas to go and come hare not been ■ i 'Sim, A bill has been introduced into the Ken tacky legislature to amend the revised statues so if to provide for bringing to justice persons en- gaged in instigating mobs and committing oat- rages in the State. Secretary Seward has invited Spain and Sooth America' to a "peace conference'" Washington on the first of April. The monument to the memory of Gen. Ssott ill be made of cannon captured In the Jaexi* "Wearing of the gray" by tWÜea does no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 March 1867

^ by TELEGRAPH, Xsseh SW-T?S ternm «MU MOTO AT AFTERSOOIs, H ^'«'•n, who, wu do.Tn, and stabb. o^ tbe com try. am! To the B *™>AY AFTKRX CB. * * aj!h" i I f*— >trwcu n. .** **• W"<l ^attention to the ÍÍT^*"""" W,í* "®*«wi fij X With I, *> • Witt, the of the ** !Tür.ltbfap^Thie't.'oof'ro<>''c,,n,i"-how bi!l ®o bem _ *"« to the General cane- ,, . .r cb,j„^ |u"^.''j," ■""" ~«w k, *, ¿zjzi ^•*. c «■. '•«" «""d it oat. In - "® ««Ccient | k 'd the p" ing «Jong " K® Vc*nBlt__-_ _ 4ZTZ ,"*&*> • the^TT i* ^ b"« •~J—• '--«.toSLii-'.rr. *-*■ *•«« fufficieat I rosterd Fí ^ ltiSJ^*rí?mi>S "r!!h"u'■ "" 'rU^Z'*"""-rnn °U>^iupw,„, c , "b*3 iron framed mill -;♦ . 4, lererrarc or color n* ¿*_ - P ^* of wb ll,e ollera «re not I ***'* «S^up, so th.t the cao J*« .he reoeu* w . t, ™n^ <"" ■ -1 «H being "l" *rC°nd ,be ""1 Wl'° '¡a «U/7h« T * '• -1 ^•PProachin- icfc of juice !ü and creT part-j disfranchised f„r auv"*V. .'i' •>< bee. j «f tí par At tito Beof-yaekiag a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 March 1867

wtlian & <£h?ett RAPH. IMHJAL, I^telugexce. Knmi Marrara. March 18, 1867. it, lot? AWRRNOON, MARCH 20, evening, the 27th iMt .We are of aaadrocate ofboHs of tirisklad, bat the object ofthis nee isef so noble ud praise- worthy agraciar that it must TlW* ¡jgtxnH krT?'yB provisions by KM * of our most isSaential «tóeos, and the ent re res-jipts are for the beneit of the Charity HospitaL We hope it will ha weQ the State laws the oath of alle- Weeaa assure oar naden that it will be a geoteel aCilr, from the fart that Bo aaa will be uatil they ban Reception Committee. Ia tkta way, aU proper ehanctere will be excluded. SAM'L HOFFMAN..*. is BOW tinier way ha ItK «• ■■■ Vil. HEN mhi tmd z m (LnrHWi, 522 .BROADWAY, opposite tff. liW'l «51 V ■PMBS i *- •' fefc'i*- Tegetabís «offered -t.bere.1 th« T «* " ■ to be replanted seem, yet aneertaln. the 33th Infantry han *yof«* AatonT^'tar^ UU"'* s-at. that couriers just ssS- m — i. ÜÜT**" within four aillos of iba ea ***#&■ bom. and .,«!«....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 21 March 1867

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