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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 August 1857

, AÜGD8T 11, 1867. tm MmÉ r the road itaelf, as it ! John T. Grunt i the contract for miles from £**4 the completed by the end within twelve months, 60,- >oonveyed from the in I to 8wMMon> Lending i lo*t. wuthe anniversary 1, on tbeooast of which lotee two I by the storm. The tinsome^th* i funeral service were had i of that town ánd vicinity wl{o i Island. our predictions the eou&ty of iNorqmbega elesred at New York aly ST. The following vessels were ' York, for Galveston : SbipW-B. barqne Samson, brig Sabine, —-i up for Indianola. El Dorado, Cspt. Stone, ar- bay, to Mesan. Powell <fc i loading her for Boston,' '* ■ m íes a rise of .several .feet In although there had been ate vicinity. . • ■ ' . I notice* í Austin, i slenal District. ' the 16 counties of Orange, Ty Nacogdoches, San Augns- y, Smith, Cherokee, Shelby, Sabine snd Polk, with par- i Rusk, Jasper, Panola, Newton n, (Democrat,) 2,206 majority , N.,) which will be increased to lie district. Banal Aft papers or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 August 1857

in favor He his ¡Trinity, i the Rio Grande. > B. Wsterrtfsn, Capt. H. Wilson, , bringing us (be Brownsville i and several letters, containing tfce a election ¡ the oonqtiea of Cameron, tarr and W ebb, on the Bio Grande.— the news is verbal, from the others in They foot np aa follows : Bunnels. Houston. White. Crosby. 318 98 78 ICS 640 arborongh, sa Senator go ; Dr. Merriman, i the same conntiea; and the a, aa Bepresantative from , old line Demócrata, were ■ Scarborough and nbers. Mr. Latham came r for a short trip to the i Representative from 766 95 658 318 4 180 858 78 867 886 11 244 1787 185 1289 IMS 749 ate appears this week at business manager ■mwii Jriend Ayers puts on no , but David with the sling did not of propulsión better than _ _ David, with whatever he takes in t the termination of the eleven league r, he haa dropped the weary and mariner's ory for land. His league now employs all hia energies, enough of the broad aorea oi i carrying on a sort of aiege of Aore for t, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 August 1857

tofCerte*, 1,780,000,000. Tet fthepeo- The army of the - — -• tofcmiy, six f, and light divisions. The na- was beaten in Leon r in Elite, 70. t friend, i the i portly form and cbeerful cheer and fine health. theft of Grime , in he- jtioket, during the lateean- blj error, through a long po- l the eanvass of 18 ; bat he ' got aboard the old ship, and We lambaated : sour grape —his teeth got I the good old Democratic ar- f Tines that entwined themselves i away the soar and again rtett. nal vote of Webb ooonty,aa furnish- stands: Bnnnels <89, Houston 7; Grimes none; Bryan 897, Howth Croeby 158. For Senator, Brit- I; for Bepreaentative, Bee 894.— : for ■ oonnty whioh the San aaid wonld give the opposition i we have returns, of the 70 mem' the House of Bgpresentatives, i of Cameron, Bee of Webb, Wael- der of Bexar, Dennis of Wharton, Brown of Gal ▼eston, Kittrell of Madison, Taylor of Cherokee, Dairy mpie of Williamson and Witt of Dallas, are the i who were members of the last House. w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 August 1857

' I ■ivals ue amber of in the BBta of good* > interior, we anticipate un- i of merchandize at an early reoeipU ot the week have been ! fl e of new orop. The ex- ► 601 balea to New York, and five •w 0rleana--<03 in all. 001 classifio atiob. s «10 11 «13 13* 14 ®M>4 l<Xgl<X •Contiena to oommand 15@18 ota. I to New York 64 sacks. Market. Dat Bra., August 8, 1857. i been very little inquiry to-day, I worth reporting. 5 ffllO 11 ®l«Ji 13*ai3* MXWMjf HJjilS - «If* id, St. Louis superfine 96- _ SO 9 bbl for Mee*, ttriner, shoulders at llj(e., Itagu's fancy a agar cured 'satlic. * fe. al&nda ■ of Bectifled 86027c. % gal. ) market did not vary, and we quote abeeves at «18938 9 head. i statement. oa, Saturday Morning, Angoit 8,18S7. This Y>mr. Last Year. I lit Sept, 1856. 683.... 2,«*¡2 ...71-182. ...89,659 ...18.3;0....Ji5,Hl ...90,115 117,439 9,793....19,661 . 4,438.... S.loS ,. C.HS7.... 9,175 .17,GM....23,11* t other tens ports.. Í timet September lar,, r Continental...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 August 1857

C#fi*P M & i:J TA raui . 6 * .T • ===== Ki 5 xfr. am-a EB^Éjali • . JOHH HBNRY BBOWH. - ■ _— .—r.m [ it U®w Y oik, from Matagorda, the last week in July, with Cot- " S bales, N. Clements & Go—52 do, Bowman, stgMf j, Grinoell, arrived at K¿y West, from Matagorda, Aognst 2d, and sailed tor New York the 8d. HT The bark Norembega cleared at New York lor Galveston, July 29. fc# Excessive Bains bare fallen in Louisiana and Mlssisdppi during the last three weeks. H*w Terk. The brig Sabine cleared at New York, for Gal- veston, August 1st. The following vessels were then nf> that city for this port:—«hip W B Travis; brig West; bark Samson, bark Houston and brig Wm W Bice. Hides.—Quotations, Dry Texas (salted) 25@27o ?lb. Sold 700 dry Texas, 25J^ lb., 25, as they run, idos. Business continues exceedingly dull, but money aeems to be plenty, according to the Shipping List, at the moderate rates of 8@9 $ et. on high grades -- *t paper, aoeording to maturity, and 10,12@15 $ '; tytar se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 August 1857

& £ Si > oar table aat i M the cot- kboat.ll Tbs bat The oh t so dry I Wo, however, ■ are received. The lew interest is felt sit viU be snb- . The House will s 8, Know Nothings tosed to General Ho t Joint ballot, the rote jslnst him, 110. Or 91 counties, («9 els carries «5 and of S3 oonnties, not i: Runnels, 4,188 ; ; Crosby, 1,898. from 10 to 11,000; Lnb- not far from 4.000; over 8,000. 37; Opposition 80,Independ- 8 Independents are for Senator. Henee, be, for Houston, 18; and 33 incomplete,) i 88. The partial ilnded in onr table, 3,910; White, of this country wooid disappear, and a race of Stoee take their piscosand that made a SX¡SÍ,tSXñf "Down with the Bible 1"—down with your polit- ical parties 1 down with y oar God that sanctions slavery 1 The God of Hoses Stuart, the Andover God, the God of William H. Sogers, whioh is wor- shipped In the Winter-street Chnroh, is a monster, eompoeed of oppression, fraud, Injustice, pollution, sod every crime, in the shape of slavery. To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 August 1857

. Goldstbwa.il iand S on Jay, Aug. r Boston T'fH b* it Holland f — that's iba question. to the communication i in regard to the beat sale of new copen That reported by ns (made by i to L. Froab) of ttt first bale received waa donbtleea the beat, though, like aalee, the price may have been a little in ) of the intrinaic value of the fotton, as is us- ually the caae in the first receipta. The New Orleans Picayune makes the following notice of the firit tale of new cotton in that market. The fint receipt of new cotton this season—three wyi™dfa>m Texas, and consigned to Messrs. McDowell, Milla & Co.. was sampled this morning, rtly afterwards sold at 18c. It classes good [ to middling fair, is^f good stapple, and bng h t, le color. This price is above the regular quotations in New Orleans. Euotiob Ritubnb.—We now have the full re- kirns of M counties and partial reports, (in most oaaee pretty full,) from 26. They foot up as follows: Bunnels 27^7 Houston 19,Sll Eunnsl's majority .....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 25 August 1857

k 1 ft v.. I iEi (BSW)U> LlflllOOl r, ii equal i brine bar in price ldoabt- tarn oat i last ymt. In I lo tbe early I cause an inórense in u, whieh oannot be (year. In Ala- tbe crop i un- the lato spring and , ending yesterday, were Líeme twenty or thirty were raoeipta of new we ob- . and six balea to t. Groce,of Austin county 15 onto $ ft- Tbe only > 848 balsa to Boeton and i quotation , subject to be implied from the i has thus far oommand«d LiiirioiTioi., .5 «10 11 «12 ZtrSsOOK ...UX®15 • -®'a. os 799, and two bundles forth It and Mexican 19 loston three balea. lived from Hunts* i lie 21 at 14@15ots. per yard. Boston 87 aaoks. New Orleans Market. Wednesday Bvening, August 19, 1857. market'has been very quiet to-day, of only 60 balea aold—we quote as LiTiirooL'oinliir ioin ..I** loo ship-boardnotrieared....16,421 ) |5 SO; Missouri $5 75 St. Loula (Eagle) I" " "* >. for white [ ft bbl. nd 84085c. at 14x< 14xe. 9 fc for the MARKET. if Evening, Aug. 19c head of Texas cattl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 September 1857

' - i. - -... • ' 3*ji .. ~~ ete'-r - ore tbe mit for that DO 5 negrfea, 1 horas Si1 Senators Tesas in American Senate aim stamina ta perform an we want for that , F Chirle*, and aer 'ant, i, untiring U combine to - and honorably a aince, propoeed Is office; and in that saya he U on* of aa follows: Texas will at tbe proper to tbe Middle naming a col itestion of (he wrif •¡deration the na veeton, and in dol tle'man can-be brou|_ in-all respects to ¡on. We require competent to place . ir light before the world and who have the duty. Mr. Potter is the letters. coi- 9 iportant service, hq has been the country and fonnd true grnS'-r * love and ..., J 8 Martin, V Ills, i Book, snd 10 on deck. Charlee Morgan took > T head of the wharf when she The wharf waa somewhat wi irkeys a good deal frighten* t to mind it. 1 public-spirited fellow ci i with bis family, jit, by the steamer Charles & pleasant, and foil of ears alnce. Weeks, late Be porter the has been electa Ihief . by a large ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 September 1857

it follows I . Joai. T. Crsoby, wrtttoa r General Laad Offioe, •r SO votes against I to Imuh that Mr. irohlbald 7fcMQ ihcM Senator from ^Bl Pa* . abnormal lion of the yesterday Miss Honra. Mr . C, irville, Carroll ,I>evy, Wilkins, Boyd, Debbrell, Allen Fowler, Hall- ack, Wood , Nathnsins, Swenson, Hayne, Berry, Brook, " kin, Lewis, Bazzer, * id, Blocker, Latham, Gi fc, Kerr, Bernard and ~ b haok y I. Leavii inlSM, 1 avine I home, Korwiob, Conneotiont, inlSM, he New Orleans in the house of Hydo A brother) till thesprinf of 18*, when j stakes, hoisted «ail and stored for > resided ever tinos, havbg held ; at aa early day, aiterwirds in r the break np in 1842, soldiered I with the foard from Mler to I a skeleton of meavaüo Mexicana. tape for a time in Victoria Wfe of of the body, tions, aa Dr. Draper haa snffieient to destroy their For, if what was seen .. spirit and not an illusion, iu all ages Would have been substantially " * "kmbM apparitions r We an indebted to Judge_ county...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 September 1857

Si (To: To i To 1 To 1 To j To 1 ton. The r the two i Increase m two hundred . bat hero the pro- ; the product of 1855 wu t. below, and that of ISM bnt 84. For the rear just closed f the crop,I* bat little better, t to price hu nude the crop of y previous season. Theval- • port during the year ► Custom-house appraisement, $3,- of that exported laat year, aocord- f wSs ♦2,979,834. ; is a statement of the receipts and ex- pn during the last three years : 1865. 1856. 1857. IWSept^ 2,062.. 623.. 971 1 Port.„..„^... ¿9,609. .90,298..71,399 tTexas Potas...21,12 ..25,7«0. .18,492 •82,942 118,140 90,514 l 8tpt. lsi, 1855. nental Ports. 6,166.. 4 428 9,175. .17,188 23,581..17,893 .99,175 33,443. .30,8 6 .17,731 26,491..19,941 .811,880 117,517 89,547 1st, with > Sept. 1st'."!"'.." i hand Snd on ship .82.942 111440 90,514 .80,880 117,517 89,547 2,062 - 623 g75 ! have been the recelptsof cotton at this i of supply, during the last two years: Last year. This year. [bales....63,162 58,182 • " ...

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

Wí ► of Conference &*a>JXUií? 8M*¡£ Railroad Oompm i of ti* eontampiy oridg* r to eon coot the preee** terminna of¿ c Point yil" ">® « project # -¿(POET: That in the dine*!* Mhslr duty the/ ™ h d e wlth Tipton W/w> E«l-, I General Agent of/a Bailroad having made, i bed of the Bay# submitted to yon/ooHBituee • plan for the ánetruotion of a roper and ancient draw over ay, whlohie deems entirely > the purpose, and/Web, he estimates, !«* ■ ■am within the amount aatborized -by] the vote of the people of Ü/City on the l#th of 1. large.. No. 8 8 00 rbbl BOO ) bbl 900 i£<k ?$w s « 400 886 10 00 ..'J 8 25 6 & 628 Cortex the . extinct raoe. i were the ancient 'that Mo. 1 • 2 '...ft kitt .. .. © .. .. «oír—Haifline. «box 4 25 @ 4 50 « 2 25 @ 2 50 " Vqrbx . .. @126 Oranges..... —1d°* •• @ •• •• Córrante—Z&iite.. $ lb 28 @ .- 80 Almonds—-soft—shell.... f¡ lb .-IS % . - 21 Grant Bass—Hew ^ bag 21 @ . ■ 28 Gto PowDEB-Dnpont, kef; 1%@ 6 00 Glass—Kbx60ft.Am.8xlO 2 25 @ 2 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 September 1857

3 00 sifl ~¡ — : I HKKRY BKOWH. ,18«. ■Mand City, Capt. and the following Brooke, Harnero, ~ Horre, Phillip, Adam , m£ one , Oldham, I ohildren, Mr. .10, Mi g Clara • «lilia— ■ «« ' oDUdren Mias : j if--'fi V OLjCX - — GALVESTON, TDK! r ■ orwrner. . jj. I n^roM?°mb, Co1" MoriM'C1,urk' 9 • morning's mail, we received no ad- í worth noting. Up to «he 22d ratberuer had not given the county, beyond the town, and «r ight have occurred elsewhere, tie Clerk', office would «apply It still remains un- as we can learn, whether^aylor or (elected Judge of theft! Diatriet. With i the District, neither his soaroely allu- ded to the .abject." In the Palestine District, it remains in doubt whether Beeveaor Hayes is elected, the vote being very oIom. i, Most f the counties in our regular table an ¡liy te u by the respective Clerks, Chief ", without which not one-half I have been heard from to this o* turn Market—Marshal Heed this ' suctioned the usual lease of the market of the , " «8,276 and lighti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 September 1857

1** snflo-iJ • 1 By the ibytbeQal- tfaces of Neil, J.C. Tuctihdy, and a nambet of (8 to one < v ) and more vote* than abe ha giren for yeara (perhapeevar) to any candidate for a «rlctly a farming and plant- hashed very little change in her years. We submit, then, that is a triamphaot vindication of the many ridiculous charges comparisons, the votes of Mr. Ban- counties of Cass, Titus, Harrison, River, Ac., are equally honorable to show that «here he is personally the people, he is a popular man. and qualified for the office to which be hsa elected. ; —— BT" The Washington American has suspended >. r oi paamuge • % that Mr. T. Cotton snd i and 60 The house > en- more J With s of its seizure by l Hobs Ko«a, Saturday, < I stated in my 1 "" * " Formosa. By a letter oficial, to which as yeti ' giren, I learn the following i are perfectly reliable. Some Capí J. D. Simáis, of the Corps—attached to the 8n Ja ously missing, gone nobody 1867. Telegraph -says thtfror the want of pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 September 1857

The supply Ot sugar «Mr to market large. According to reliable s of Baltimore, Philadel phi#, New York and Beaton, on «be 1st Aug. 18M, and 1857, were respectively as follow : ' ' Scbax. Mxlado. ■•■f* _ ■ i cleared for Gaivestoo. Aug. 24 tearing the following res i port: Ship & P. Austin, brig South, l Milla and barque Gleowood. B. Manchester and schooner Mary Clinton, were up for Matagorda and India- STthe • Building.—It is now certain that i sloope-of-war, directed to be built t Congress, will be constructed at Pensacola. > on to complete the launching slip r the work, preparatory to laying the keel. Te trust that the result of this experiment will be such as to induce the Government-hereafter to bestow a liberal «hare of thia kind of patronage on the South. BxAfHXAX Horn., Bnwiax's Bat.—This estab- lishment, kept by Mr. Eugene Daly, an old ac- quaintance of our Mr. Boekwood, is reputed a commodious and pleasant public house. It is within Bfty yards of the steamship landing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 8 September 1857

, ......... t' I first dream ! | . J -the forest path, i hazets hie, . i in the h d«*«Unf'' And "whirring pheasants" fly ; t among the hickory tree* •' tiny but , l the healthful autnmo bree i the ripened not . I long gone, with shoeless test t down the'jrollow i Frock Cots, ►15* 15X Jg? ...7,997 , «5 7-.®5 > white, it Be.; ÍS 8 60 @ OWt 150 box 18 75 box 16 00 Imitation Sheet Nail Bods. ... Castings, American. Tin Piste, 1C " " IX....... Lombeb: Yel.Pme,Mo. Yellow Pine, Texas. Ala. dressed Fla., 26 00 18 00 " 8500 88 00 86 00 & 40 00 8 50 @ 4 50 M M M H M ^ .8x10 10x12 10x14 La&o—Bar f ® PiglilAD lb Ueathxb—Oak sole.......fib Harness ft Band... fiands. ready made, 6 to 14inoh Ldoc—Thomaston V bbl Moiassm... ...J gal Moss . ft. Haos—4d.to 40d V keg Naval Stobxs—Tan.....<1 bbl Pitch .....fbbl Rosin ...fl bbl Spirits Turpentine ■$ gal. .. 75 Varnish, bright..... ..-..f)gal.... 40 Oats |>bnsh 100 Oils—Lard.war'nt. W. 8 W gal- 1 20 .... 5lgal. 140 boiled.... • • - Raw.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 September 1857

* ■ - ""' RpS£ WmmmM ' ■ - fiVk Uá% ,&zi$pH ¿'I'lJ't.- *9ÍÍP «gBy.j¡¡4Mg| ? -vü*' %*a«tÍÉ'1i fc.fesh¿lp¿;! r'ir '■«' ■;!-■ ' "n ■- irrr ri'ih Cardenas, facta oo eo i Wilaon, San Antonio nltim and it Way directly to Booke, and 15 the nearest and miort direct route the, attention of the bnrúoew raen i*mm ■■ ■ I extension of WiWWrMiiTHMillli , C«pt. Saanders, from merchandise, arrived off Agenta, Knars. Wm. t- hagM}1 ■■ ■ I ► ——.arrived bar from Hew York Agenta, Messrs. Kauf- . }iu„- .>■ • . i-: HI PS om Texas. Har r ita recovery, and it was-; ?(¡raw, Thoa.Barraaü and Jaeob ^ ^ s Telegraph states that them have one million of brieka made and laid into *, of which, onr friend jK H. yeea have laid nearly eight Mr. King estimates that there l demand for mote than a million i thinks another yard wsnld ess will aooeptour thanks for núes to fall hereabouts. ^This t heavy showers fbr several honra, ■«11 look threatening. -would injure the eotton orop; i eflhotf will be ta bring forward...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 September 1857

sjKal- ■ TeJe#xapb ■sil ¡porti- For H. R. I to baou- \ will be entirely restored Hs hasbsen and i do j into Ken- Jt grows aix- t bs superior to the old \ that «ato. A triel oí i Texas. in «orne por ■\oa.bt, tbe^oil end the «{feed to ita growth, ^tingup the oot on rket the beet that ig end rope oon heavy oharge in — ' . is nothing like "a gination. Bud> it number of the Hospital Gazette, ¿wing not unusual ynoh, admitted to pionec tinetive i tiply and know i onee upon a t tbe "Walls" 1 parents in this : and'' 26 ohüdreñ < Wellavilie, in Ohio, rived their namea 1 them held Brigadier's t 1918. The mother of ¡ Orator of Virginia,' Jim Wills, one of-G and the same who cap Tom Well , a Califi and tbeyTiave i sjsSlppi and the Paoil l4tfoü*embra<¡jng, o hundreds of other n «even of .the doeoeuda or-10. and perhaps! .t*z¿zzz f Writ,to "go forth, mnl- ' *«a." We happen to ■ " yean ago dii&rent 17,19, 20, SI, 28, 24, ^Wsllsburg,. in Virginia vera! other towns de fíame family- three...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 September 1857

i State*: jK-f.j ■.. .. «, bat «toe- i utiiii « Pjj|$ . TVi'ry ' v '1 . "■ of the llit alL and relating to the. criminal docket farden. HbtNw bort quite wellthúl i , i San Augustine Eastern Texiau speaks * ' of the experiments in wl that region, and says that this snct fresh impetus to every kind of bosfe renewed tha hopes and spirits and energy is, no doubt, now on the despatches, from St. Loots, sute that Col. A. 8. Johnston, of the Utah expe- on. that day, for Salt I#ke. " from Fort Leavenworth Staff, and six companies of Sixteen companies of Infantry Ksnass, to take the plaoe of the de- 4 A few dsvs sisns thrnn half Phtnn«w« _« Gull Lake, in Minnesota, in a drunken lit, brutally murdered a German. The Inhsbitsnts in the neigh- borhood assembled and hung them on a tree. The Cincinnati Gazette stigmatises tbia last proceeding aa" white savages hanging red ones." Served them right, we think. The condition of sdme portions of Western Texas, at this time, is syld to be not unlike tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 September 1857

MEN'S C1OTH0ÍO, having relation i preeent- ■ legs' , Chairman. presented the •ví«i ■SI ... 1 now quoted iW 185? bnyersatnlhe •10 ..9,7 rthefom- ***« toui. m«| s ¡ss 255 3! 118 «1837................... . sn *s~ _*• > ••• ••••••••••• TO— . Mo 1,519 M85 Co, 82 do, nr -11 bale* cotton to Nichols A Co -13 bales cotton to Ball, Hutehin; |D O Mill*, 3 do to Powell & Bui m to Powell* Rnth- . doto J P Louden, 16 do , I do to Kanflmao & Klaener, is bdl peltries to J Shackleford. Co, 8 do i Mill*, 9 do to ' ">ue, 8 do, < 1 peltries to l to B AD G Mills. . dsTrabue, 31 do to Nichols & Co. > R A D G Mills, 11 to Powell db Rnth- , Per steamer Betty Powell >i 1 do lo Wood f Power, 3 46 hides to Block A 4YOU—Sch'r.Zebra-15 bale* "►toBall, Hutchlogs 4s Co. lip Opelousas—10 bale* 3S THE PA8T WEEK.— , t bdls peltries, 3 bbl* tallo* Galvemon tor eek. -Per steamahlp Opelouatu Feek from Mew 3 bbl* Hour, 8*do itp Oil lAippi hnm■ , 3 bbl* lard, 18 kegs do, fhh'ds sugar, IS bbls b...

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