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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 April 1843

I 1 % 9PI1 IJT CIVILIAN AND ESTABLISHED IN] * M'l'bd BV M. STUAKT. BLISBEO EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, per annum payable within six month* after the time of íg—or $10 at the end of the year. Alio, pubtúhed irnlofHTiS^ al P«f annum payable in advariP. tXlSlNti«Une square, one dollar for the drat i user I sutraequent insertion fifty cent . Eight lines make a Jftll letters on business of the office must be post paid or rin£0t*>0 ,a'len oul of the post office. it <K.8,tean,bo«t and other passenger, and annouuce- i or candidates fur office, are considered and charged as ad? nents. J Marriage and obituary notices ol more than three lines in i charged as advertismenU.. . LIST OF LETTERS ainiog in the Post Office at Galveston on the 31st March, 1843. A Adams Sl King • Alsbury Harisou lién Alase Vmery N. Baker Mosely 3 Burgett Win Bee H P Burkhalter David Bettelley Mrs M, Beaumline Chas F Browning John Branch BT Col. Chambers Geu T J Cameron William 7abbar William 2 B Baker Hance 3 B...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 April 1843

1 £ I I I . I ..' ■ W \ '■■■\ J H 'i I [J I «5WMSH SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1843. ■ t — The American steamer Pioneer, Abraham Fox sailed from the Bulize on or about the 16th January, bound for the Sabine, where she arrived the 26th or 27th of the same month and proceeded up the Lake and River several hundred miles, returning to the Sabine pass abotAJhe lOih < f March. Duri this time-the crew and officers had taken the coi of the boat from the master, who alledges that fti were mutinous Stc. The American Consul at this port, being informed of the circumstance, proceeded to the Sabine on the 30th ult. with a view of arran- ging the difficulties bet ween the crew and captain.— Before any formal investigation was gone into, it was thought advisable that the boat and crew .should brought I* Galveston, where theyjfrrived on the JW inst. and the Consul is now engáged in the examijp- tiou of witnesses. The investigation is still in progress, and the result is not yet known; but from the facts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 April 1843

■*■ '■ ■ ¿ ?ViW Opinion iff American -'—In the volume re- iotly published l y the Rev. Justin Perkins, giving J account'of his residence in Persia, among the Nee- iriaus, we fiiid the following anecdote:— W«trave%d six hours, and encamped a mile be- pe reaching tV|e village of Cherchee, which contains Wfifty Turkish families: Towards the close of rijte we left the stream, and graduull* rose until sme again into the region of snow. There, how- fr, it wus rapidly melting, and the pastures wefre becoming green. When I sent our servant to the vil lage for milk, the villagers called out to him aa be ap- proached. and made his request, "Nú; you have come here with Moscoy Russian, go off." But when he told them thai I was an American gentleman, they all exclaimed, "You are very welcome;" and an old gen- map gave him a gallon of milk for fourpeuce. The Russians are detested in both Turkey and Persia.-— Both countries have, within a few years, groaned un- der the devastations of Russian armi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 April 1843

I ft , ■asi JOB PRINTING, embracing POSTING BILLS, STEAM-B0A1 BILLS, AMD ©VOOQCffl ©W©W IBDIUL9 ■ Notarial Judicial, and other Blanks BALL INVITATIONS; ¿¿cu/inprfor 9%jh or Sheamrfoai WITH OK WITHOUT SHIPPERS HJMBi bill heads and oibcvlarr jFunecal Kntiítatíoua; BU8INSS, ADDRESS, AND INVITATION ICARDS; DRAY RECEIPTS, LABELS, PAMPHLETS, Sic. kc. Executed with neatness accuracy, and despatch AT THE OFFICE OF THE GALVESTON CIVILIN. E L. BARNARD, General <Broker, Commission Sf Forvarding july 2 1842 TBirand, Merch0$ Galveston 1 fef Sack* Coffee M. U" 25 bbl Flour 10 kegs Saleratils 80 boxes Sperm Caodlea 30 " 1'allow do '■¿0 " Ststch (¡0 baskets Sweet Oil bbl Porto Rico Sugar da Molasses 46 boxes Tea 6 bbl Loar Sugar 2 boxea do 38 manufactured Toba 2 bbl* Smoking Tobacco 2*2 M Segara 108 kegs Whito Lead v¿ M Hegi 110 bbls rectified Whiskey 40 kegs Nails 98 baskets Champagne 3 do Spikes 160 boxes Claret 10 tons as'd Swedish Iron 70 qr pipes do 80 plough Moulds 18 do do Brandy, differ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 April 1843

THE CIVILIAN AND " ggfift# ESTABLISHED IN] GALVESTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1843." 'TEMBEU ' ' " __ _ __ ' ; KOITBU IIV II. STUART. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. At$5 per annum payable within six mouths after the time of "Ascribing—or $10 at the end of the yeur. Also, published ieklv, foi tho country, at $5 per annum payable iu advancc. S^UVKUTISING—One square, one dollar for the first itwer* tioh, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight lines make a sqnnre. O* All letters ori business of the office must be post paid or lliey will mjl.b'.V^n out of the post office. CARDS orr^fiiliout and other passenger, and nnnnunce- metit0^r canJWnesror office, are cousidcied and charged aa ud. vertiefflVnts. (CP Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines in cngth charged as udvurtiHinenU. =5? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1843. Itev. Ira Parker died in this city on Thursday eve- ning, leaving a-sick wife and destitute family with no oilier dependance for present support tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 April 1843

irr-jp-«¡ IIT" -- | ', I i K Í ¡4 L I ¿(■I • ■ ¡r fl tl. ">7 9 k «mvr <sb WMtm SATURDAY. APRIL Gentlemen who have ai rived from the vicinity of Fort Houston inform us that corn is abundant in that vicinity arid may be had on plantations at 12J cents per bushel. A flat boat is now on its way from thence to Galveston with 1,000 bushels, and was passed by the Vepta on her way down, two dajs from the mouth of the river. This steamer has engaged a cargo of this article, to be delivered on the river and shelled, at 30 cents, which is to be brought down on her next trip. We hope that this is the last season which will see any portion of the corn consumed in Galveston brought from the U. States. Caution to Sportsmen.—Not less than three acci-^ dents, fortunately but slight, have occured within a few days past from the carelessness of people, shoot- ing birds in the suburbs of town, the shot having ■truck persons and entered houses within tbe range of the fire. In two cases narrow esca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 April 1843

\ col'ton market.. cotton — livkrfool OLASiriOATION. New Orlkins, Satuhday, April 8th, 8th, 1843. 4| *4| 5 a 5A C a 6| l. «;?a Ordinary, Middling, • Middling Fair, Fair. : ; ' s ' ; . * s " Good Fair, : . : : : Good and Fine. s : : Cotton —Th« sales on Wednesday last were reported at 6000 wales; Thursday 4500 bales; and yesterday 4000; together 14,500 [bis. Prices are rather firmer, in consequence of the «mallstock on sale and u decline in freights. We are likely to have light re- ceipts lor a few weeks, and prices may be maintained until later European account/ get to hand •*-Bullet in. a — a — m Dollars and half dollars Dimes and half dimes, American gold, Sovereign , ; . Twenty franc pieces, . Doubloons, Spanish, <! Patriot, . London,60 days Paris 60 days, New York, 60 days do • Bliort Boston, 60 days, . Philadelphia, 60 days, do short Baltimore, GO days, United Stales, First Municipality Second Municipality' Third Municipality, ORLEANS MONEY-MARKET, New Oblkaks, April 8, SPEC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 April 1843

ÍZ M i 4 ñ * 1 I f I, ÉL 1 1 ■ r- '*. j tlie two. The stories of tfae eastern jugglers, and th,® r Where is my jtdor little Jamet Pratt!—Whoever power over these reptiles, may perhaps be accounted has read the. exciting narrative of Mrs. Rachel Plum- Iforiu this way. I cannot say that I should like to mer containing an account of tlie capture of herself I have so much snakey nature transferred into my com- aud others by the Comtln;he Indiano, at Port Parker, position, nor to live among people whose bite is veno- on the head waters of the Navausotte, on the 19th of mous," May, 1836, and the massacre of her associates;. to- gether with her cruel captivity of thirteen months a- morig theae.wandei (tig savages, will recollect the clo- sing sentence of the narrative, which stands at the head of this arttcio. "Where is my poor little James Pratt!" Tins simple but expressive sentence embod- ies the deep feeling óf a fond mother bereft oí lior only child. A week or two sincife the identical...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 19 April 1843

i >$&-í THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GIT ' ' M: iM ESTABLISHED IN] GALVESTON, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 18437 [SEPTEMBER 1838. BMTEB BV U. 8TIIAKT. PUBLISHED EVKUY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. I^Alftper annum payable withiu «ix mouths after the time of pitOKribing—or $10 at (be ciid of die ribing—or $10at (be cud year. Alio, published Asrefeklv, Toi theenuntry, at $5 per annum payable in advnnec. I, ADVERTISING—One «|tiarn, one dollar lor tbe first infer / lion, each subsequent insertiou fifty cqiite. Eight lines make a (MUM*. \ CF All letters on business of tbe office must be post paid or they will not be taken out of tbe post office. I CARDS ofateambopt and other passenger, and announce- ment*, of canJidatesfor office, are considered and charged us ad> fertisments. I O* Marriage and obituary notices ol more than three lines in ¿Jed as rtdvertismenti. . LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Galveston on the I 31st March, 1843. A Adams &. King Alsbury Harison Alle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 19 April 1843

iplslr* m .'i ¡féÉSP i- POSTI PRINTING, US, ST6AM-B0A1 SELLS, ,J ©ViKiaM ©W@W OBlKLlLSl Judicial and othor BUuiki S BALL INVITATÍONB-; oj ¿£kd*npfor SlAt/i or <9%ath¿oa, wvrn Or trrruovT nmrpxu nanr, mi, IIEADI ANO CIBtUI.AB ■ jptineral *nbfta.|^ti ; B U 8 IN 88, ADDRESS. AND INIMT ffflfrN .CARDS j. 1MAY RECEIPTS, LA1ÍKL8, HmPHLETB, ftc. lt*'. Executed with neatness aocoracy, and despatch GAL E OFFICE OK Til 12 TON- CIVIL IN. w \uW~- for WANTED, V the subscriber a quantity of green hide* ¡a exchange ft guods jan7, H A COiUJ.* groceries, and liquors, for family use. A CONSTANT supply of .Groceries, Liquor*, Wines Ac for family naa for sale by aun 3 AC C/tA WFORD. ay EW ORLEANS Sugar, Moiseses, Flour. Bulter, Cheese J^l Lard, Buckwheat, Ten, lOx lit and 10 x 14 Glass, landing from Steamer Neptune and for «ale by dee A SPRAGUE&, BENNETT. B ¡CEIVED peraiesrasr Nsptnn# antffor lata low for aaah by the aubacriberai 15 bblá Flour, 10 bag* Coffee, ble Sugar, 6 Balea Hay, E L. barnar ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 April 1843

vvs&éi .'.íiSflá . . A^iííí - .'. • ■ .' ■' /'■; . ' . • • •.•>■:■ ' :sj $ lw$kí*\Vfo'x <- • "laié'ib . vvíV; ;$É THE CIVtMAS 1M) illtiVKS'J'O.N Mjfri'irii i'-- 1 ' r " 1 - i i. •' ■ , .'I U. t-n''1"'-. ■■ > r ■ i1 li I ¡¿I, : —— fcISHBD IN] GAL bífi.-i) (ÍTia .fes * KBITE BV II. HTUAHT; ñu -,.(J (,n PUBLISHKl> KVHUV WKDNEBOAY AMO HATUflDAV. ■ n >,n \18 peranum payable* ¡(hill «i* momita ufjer tha.lijnw, i f_ scribing—or $10 nt tharend yf the year, Alio, jubliMierf eklv.J'oi tlm country. ai fS peratiiium payable ¡n'adviincs'." ' DVERTISING—One (¡quaro, one-dollar for the first muer equBiit insertion fifty cents. Eight lines make « ií¡ t) ¿hl¡ if,/ lA aitfF qn business of the office must be post, p«'<J 9' Pibe taken out of the post office.' of steamboat and other passeHgor, «rrd nnrtoürica- nu, of candidatesfbr office, are considered a d charged,ad. rtjjiwipte. jji „j ;n„, ..... ■ p" Marriage and obituary notices of piore than three lines inj (Jth charged as adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 April 1843

lette. SAT* Yesterday wu Jacinto and waa iV^AY, is tVe aoi APRIL 22, 1843. anniversary of the Battle of San with becoming spirit and ei* honora by our eititen-aoldrérs. A grand military pi ade took place, which -$K*ed no&nily to comraemor- ate the great event whleh'freed Aft country from the presence of its oppressors, but also to^idicaM that our people are ready to repeat the ach|yPSeut1 H¿n, «ver circumstances require it. Tbankft JPfh anees of our enemies, the military nptfit of ourcltlx is still kept alive, and presents asure guaquee for the safety and permanency of the country. m 10*^ <&L oír nee 03* We are gratified at being able to ann that the Trinity Church, in this cilj, which waa near- ly dem >lisbed in the storm of September last, stands again erect, in even more than )it# original strength and beauty. Our rising city is indebted, for the res- toration of this ornament and honor, to the peraever* ance and energy of the Rector, Rev. Mr. Eaton, se- conded by t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 April 1843

r' • Melancholy but True.—Our ancestors hid • very inartificial way of obeying the eleventh coratnand- I malt. IJhey endowed universities, colleges, and luoded alms-houses and hospitals, and the <loug reWnbered beg ggar was never sent empty a- , :ked up some very strange no- of a curious old book, and acted ac- They did not consider avarice a gentle- I The laying together of field to field—oi house to hVu8e, on the pretext tf providing for proge ny was nojin their estimation a virtue; they did not believe thnijieW^Mcuaed from the dutieB which man owes pMjjjwcause of the existence of a large family, aq/ii tl^JPcould not bequeatK riches they be- queathed good' name, and the blessings of those who \ven ready to perish; they had not found out the method r being benevolent by deputy, so success- fully premised by their wiser decendants; they had neither fhcy airs nor musical festivals; they did do: swindle fie professional singer or actor out of his or herpropr remuneration for work d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 April 1843

m SDtiooei) la*t wt waek, Jngland in the republic of Pftruguuri butl been suddenly ordered to qiiit the country. We have since heard the reason of hit expulsion,*thicfh is extraordinary indeed. It ap- pears that MrilQordon, who is very'young and, we fear, not a very, tyi%s onpn, had taken it into bis bead that he couldfngráffiKe himself wiih the people and Government of Paraguay by introducing vaccination. He bad, In cotiiet} ¡fence, proéaied a quantity of vac- cine matter, and had tone to'Work with'a zeal worthy of Jenoe.r hi<n^e]f. ifofortunate.ly, fo/vvuver, it. never occurrred to Ml-- Gordon that the 0Wernmeirt might object to the introduction of tliirnWh practice,H>ut he was soon informed that the fiye XMnsula who, have succeeded to Dr. Francia were as jealous of utiy in- terference i u the medjcal practW of the tepubljc as Dr. Francia híñniíélf,'or his ós'Wortby predecessor*, the Jesuits. He was therefore warned, at least so it is stated, to cease from his experimente in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 26 April 1843

r. fin 'CHEBA fioyl Xi/ Jfcvfí i'M ii il.'ii i >M ' ' ft- ilii ,. ItÚ- r UL f ii. (' ■¿t«'BDWV^«^8TVA:llT.' ¡'J' tUllUireO EVERY WEDNESDAY AND 6ATUHDAT1 i - AtfBpiareonem .páyaHewiihm si* monthsmfter the tithe of ^fub^pribing—or flOat thswi} tl>e y«*«r, AI o, ,Rubl«bfli weekly, toi the country, at $5 per annunirpayable in advatico. ADVKRTI8ING—One Kqijaro, ono dollar for' the first inden- tion, each subsequentinsertiort fifty cents. Eight linea make a eqharfc 'vf M O* All lettered business aLtlie office must be poet paid or willnotbe , 'en put ofthepost office. ■, y , i*r KM of steamboat and othbr passenger, And anriounce- s, of candidates fur ofiice, are considered and charged ás ad. •>*. pients. W : WEDNESDAY, APKJL I. ■ / 1 GALVESTON, TBP& j . ',-iun•; '« «V-w l,..u j .iinHiminiiin 'j i ii in f (H_V/ tltti'tii t D.OfUJKdBEDClCi léibrüM , for sale 1 To oxethpt ff¿m «xeküHon an<*>oféeddáte.Uie ■OBWJ'i "! ri'jix wit .ibimb-oimía ti ui t yul* ovo- h BeV ewtt 4 b* t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 26 April 1843

y 1 . *. . <®WG5(r. TURDAY, APRIL 29, 1843. e packet steamer New York came into thia port early ye«erday morning with intelligence fiffp New Orleans up to Saturday evening. Mr. Maverick, ene of the prisoners lakety by lb*. RHI Mexicana last fall at San Antonio, came borne by thh|th« ,alter being tbe laat year Mr which we have aeen -A arrival, having been released by Santa Anna. Judge " 'Hutchison and Mr. Jones have alsoHieon released and - ilPüiMd at Pensacola a few days sincefibn board the U. ^'Jgj't^oop of wat yincenn.es, though they have not yet reUirbed to Texas. -'"-í ^he VípceDnes sailed from Vera Cruzo the9tb instant.toqching at Tampico, which place she left on tbe l3th, the latest dates from Mexico. ,f, Genii. Green mid Fisher have arrived at Perot* with eixleen of their companions, and are at work in irons. „. It was ^(atedatTaritpicu that one.hundred and six- fiveof the Texian* who rose upon the guard at Sa- Common Council the democrats bavé It alternen and 14 assistant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 26 April 1843

; " u*M¡ A | '*;': < ':í " ■.;' ■ I «m boil^i'e^' °r ,0.a,*#d'lhre® boBr«; K| ed, thirty-six mínate* more; oldTiard, sal- lé, bcur&and W • ' t*d. fom- hours and V quarter. Pork steak, boiled,J i quarter; slewed, three bouri; lately* ¡d and boiled, lour hours and a half: roasted, five ■" Veal, boilfed, four houra; fried, truce ncur&and a qi asnlld and bóiled, it h ours and a quarter, hair an hour more. COTTON MARKET. quartet more; tried, half an Bggs.—tbw, two hours; roasted, a •oft boiled, three hous; hard boiled or faour longer. ' Milk.—Two hours Custard, baked, two hours and three-quarters. Butter and cheese, three hours and a half. App|e dumplings, three hours. Suet, four houruuid a tystf Oil, aomewhat longer. Galveasort jelly, half an hour. ' It will be seen that of farinaceous substances, rice is Jigésted, more easily, and old bread inore rapidly than new; and that oilj food is particularly indigesti- ble.—Southern Planter. I SKd, 184 * 3:1 .c Schoolmaster at Home— E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 26 April 1843

INVITATION . SU- or 'OUT mwrÉua NAM. « ANO C1UCP uiiftal íiíüítaíío I0SIN 8® AODRE881 AND |#VJ$ATI 1 DBAY RECEIPTS, LABEL8, PAMPHJ.ET8, U, ADDRESS JDBirf RECEIPTS, 1 . . , IimM With MttMH accuracy, and deapatch . 1 .AT TUB QFFIOE OF TUB •' TION (CARDS; Importer, CIYIblN. D. H. KLAENERi German English, Amerioan and French -^■English an¿ German Hardware, alto ■met, Liquor and Provisions. ■ Strand, Galveston. H "Hi WILLIAMS & Co. Forward Sept'.g8—ltl GÍ and Commission Merchant LVÉ8TON, Tipa . E. O. LYNCH, Auction and diminution Merchantr Galveston Texas. tT Liberal advances made on consignments or the Produce efthe country dec 7, ' JAMES M'KIÍIGHT, Wholetalejiealer in Dry Goodt, Hat , Boot , Shoe Clothing Gioceriet tfc. Rcobitino forwakdinq and Commission Merchani Galveston Texas:) W. R. WILSON, tdjdoor from Avenue C., Tremont ttrect, Galveston, * Does every descriptioii.of Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron work. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. (BE undersigned have formed a Copartnership under the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 3 May 1843

itmsau *.!; 'mí «galveston lSHED IN] i ii i' íV IttíMJ' SATURDAY. B01TKO BY B. ITIIAMh PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESbAY Alfl> A'lfcperaunum payable vriihia si*; months after the time of f'Oet the end óf the year, Also, published ' *«? ?.' .ÍÜ?c"*i.Ci,3r' per anfiunj payable in advancc. : ApVLKTlSlHh^rtJjpe «flute, one dollar Ibr tile first inser ilMfc « ®WbíéfluSMKuseriioii fifty cent . Eight lined make ■ •qtil re. , lET All letter* on business of the office mu*t be post paid or they-will not be taken out of the post office. '■ ICARUS of steamboat and other paBsenger, aM announce- VÍ 9ftBtli«)ateM fyr office, are considered and chrged as aid- ▼aytiyrtenn. . j, "'«X Marriage and obituary notices of more than thre*lines in ength charged as advertlamenti. . ORDN1ANCE. ' Fór the regulation 6f drays, See. Sectiop J- Be it ordained by the Mayer and Aldermen of the ' Thai ft-om and aftenVe owner of a curt dray ■<$ TtTTT.I T6 exempt from ExbcutWh and forced sale.the propei ' persons. tativ?....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 3 May 1843

ül i i m:M P i §*■ ñm M w •h IMJ M (lio great turn whlih, and '"«¡fe raw cotton.-— * WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1843. Msj. Ja . H. Cocke has been appointed, by the President, Collector of the port of Galveston in the place of Gail Borden, Esqr. resigned. The |fesigna- lion Mr. Borden is much regietted here, but we knof^óf no gentleman who could have been appoin- ted to succeed him with whom our citizens would have been moie generally pleased than Maj. GÍTHe entered upon the discharge of his.duties on Monday. May Day, with its time-honored and pleasing cere- monies, Was celebrated by the young ladies of our city with • propriety and happy effect equal to those which we have ever witnessed in connection with •ny similar exhibition elsewhere.—All the young la- dies engaged in the ceremonies were, from appear- ance* at least, far on the youthful side of "sweet aix- teen"—none of them perhaps older than fourteen and mostly little girls from five to ten years of age. The principal characters were ...

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