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Civilian And Gazette Weekly (Newspaper) - May 22, 1860, Galveston, Texas VOL. TUESDAY MAY 22, 186 5 3*~ j we shall not annex for general the meantime re - for o as Minister j which the i- a more happiness by JU Gen. j among the purest sources of this enjoyment lbs Clip f w n i uu ' the investigation and discovery of To war to 8�n to take command j such investigation and discovery an arctic the by the are age a wide The of The S mail steamer Island Captain arrived this from and passengers M Hawkins and 2 brothers J B C H H K W V J B Jones and R H and Mrs Mrs S B Brush and H 1! Lee and Mrs Miss W Hawkins and W H R G Sam * 1'k.nn., 11, is halt darkened with i I to Whose burdens are weighing them dow j .i i 1 croak of. their stars and ill any ot the usual m shape | Aml jn for of editorial coi an the reader during j Wuv talk to tbe wind of thy fortune the present hasty * day's 1 nod tlie lutecium of political bave me to an hour to the inexorable and vasal I have - co the if of the tou t and have in the Civilian before this No one is surprised at tbe fnr the dribbles of fori I W hen there's that these Or clutch at distinction and goid 1 i If thou canst not reach high on the j Thou canst steady its base by thy i For the though hid in tbe i Will as faultlessly finish ihs Will reach for a sparkle of That clouds have not dared Aud wouldst thou be leas than a flower With and a a hard M Brv The Arctic In Liae Project A meeting in aid of the expedition to the Arctic was held at Boston on the in the Lowell presided and opened the meeting with an eloquent from which we give a brief Speeches were made bv Dr. Hayes and Professors Agassiz and Rogers and a committee of twenty was appointed to aid I Jr. Hayes iu collecting funds to carry out the Mr. Everett said will no doubt seem to who heal that Ibis is a very dangerous Dr. Hayes does not so regard and he speaks from the experience of two Arctic But there Is no doubt hardship to be encountered and risk to be Hayes is not ask ing us to bear these hardships and brave thox He is not calling ns to leave our comfortable our temperate out warm houses and anthracite He while we are enjoying these ti assist him in his attempt to go and struggle with the rolling glaciers and the icy blasts j the The is I less than we of i I thirty expeditions to the one ' has proved wholly of j contributed something to the north-west which was i j by One or tuo | been five six 1 Vent with the exception of the gallant Franklin and ' his tew m i the .in i men may perish m any The tune 1 the The brig K. H. from New 1 arrived this morning to Messrs. Hen A Ansa lady gave a at the Casino Hall last ll was well Mr. F. loot a very prominent part in the a and received Mr. Hogan also performed with much On the whole passed otf am consequently the public seem to receive it witb comparative The stupendous results which statesmen have sceni to be wholly unanticipated bv tbe great mass of the either io Mississippi or this so lai as anv outward demonstrations are At New-Orleans the work of agitation has but had made no great Mississippi is probably very earnestly in favor of Senator Davis's resolutions though but little waa | and of the opposition open in downing It is that the j Stale could not be t* for Mr in any Professions of devotion 1 to ihe are common among all j The news of the of the Baltimore New to tbe appearance from what pan brethren of the all new success has i wish of a new matter ol the M I- jinl I i- i 1...-.-; e id no newspaper ICed Land and 1,v A. D. San is which if we mistake calculated lo considerable benefit to the locality w it is The sheet is well and the mechanical department to be VV jli his part was received here last and ated no Tbe result did not surprise the Many thought that au expression preference for Houston would be given hot he is no friend of or matter ' With the people he has strength but forte is not in packing delegations and img This There is food to be won from the And that wait to be hewn There is marble untouched by the Days that break on the forehead Will thou let the plow rest in the furrow a home or a hail Nor bid the from theo And as if fretting were learn of the blossom and There's something thv labor must Light the beacon that pierces the Strike the clod from thy footing and trail with thy face in the dross h tn the track of the brainless and Lilt the cerements away from robbing the dead of a shroud I 17, i We are purser the iate hii The T. ' arrived from baies cotton and the passengers J The bart I. at New Mav 1 brig from New York for had bven on firr all fore and aft - threw ' no The 11 of it to the best Will be- including i according to the coming i i ok - The - that recently ugh that place w ifh cotton for of tke The L Mail H - | tire i lie Texas Watchman says that hundred head Spanish slock have passed through that Ihe C from New arrived this Thursday morning with the following A Mrs 4 Miss Good Mrs Mrs Miss Wilder A A 11 Hum 4 i 4 4 Tompkins A bro. 4 A Palter De A A ( Drew 4!, A 3 - WiJl ' 1 v and 1 t deck FROM ui THE CANADIAN 1 article They are our as ebb I ilv r roc tl oil t It Vout li rru I in l There words and pens to U- There are thoughts that must die it Wouldst saunter and pine amid r. Or sepulchre dreams that are thy hope to the dead from will rise Look not down upon earth for its shadow is sunlight for thee in ihe 1 rightful Accident Id bad in. the KO I'll 1; i ] tC e leal nod from a friend yesterday that the crops in that quarter and that the farmers golden Business is the ol dry of In mer w as nev 1. i- aii on A. 11 Ill He County are do that quarter say thai Ted a t in ins ovv n i heard this mil strange io the Stales in 1 v corn i- in s - - is the on Convention w. and said iu ad- j ' but piece the machinery 1 id w i I Hi appears 1" | i any one man before j i ' ic had the m fortunate f ihe Democracy are u. be dealt which to act 11 j - f such men as John I C. has about us strong 1 1 i we regard Edward in. John aud I Gen. free the taint It i- due io Gen. Houston lo that be iu that hill one should not gu the 1 Wno Texas in that tidy 1 have not or i have no time to day to J the of the The i V hopeless ol al Beil i owe and il that the ticked in - the tree though it is not think 1 - the of throwing 1 lie Sumter of the dugs to us further particulars of the de accident al mill Camden S. by winch twenty-seven children were in a moment I a u ater ' Ou S company grave The W. morning a of young lad children and iett th in Camden a day of recreative at mili miles this side of that and up wele 1 and i in New V le dad a a- a any ur 11; arriving I V i l VI of tht from -A tune f - a d of Considerable built and of A a ITa men has of W tn be Major of the Fourth and Jesus de la of the and of the commander in chief's Their special we understand to the purchase of arms and ammunition for the campaign already opened so This annual meet Lv auy an open Polar has been pronounced bv ' the great of the Thti physical land and water in this arctic Fauna and the oceanic the the magnetic and auroral tiie ethnological relations of the northernmost uninhabited regions these are all ticlds of iu which a rich harvest of facts i- vet to Aud whenever we have reached a fact the boundless domain of iv grasped a link in that train of truth which binds all nature to the throne of the No newer of man can break predict how how high it guide mav be a fact established on alpine in the depths of cheerless mines the bring it down from the highest the sounding lead may draw it from the bottom of tbe sea tVe thoughtful spirit may evolve it of chambers of its May 12 five bills tiess in whatsoever from the ing for the organization of Territorial j the it may be revealed to the observing iu Idaho eye or the reasoning it is a page in thai and Nevada were laid on the table of tbe Elder Scripture writ by Gods own of Representatives yesterday on account of each - ol them containing an anti-slavery The Senate confirmed the of Hon. Calhoun as District Attorney for the State of Latest from Ol THE - - - May 12. steamer fitted up for the has been dispatched to Roads for Ihe of bringing the Japanese Embassy to ibis now momentarily expected in the iv - Mill w 1!. check iv as Williams ' ' i t* Wall j S. n i u - rt ilh y 1.- t r 11- iu Hal Mi. and All 11 ii kiti 1 vet stilt We hi h We vv d 1 v. v 11i>,; a I reader ihe v submitted bv a thirty ur more embarked upon this over and around the These chiefly of young there 1,.;'. a number ef io manage the boat and fdr the hail been t the of when Ine 1>r-il This ol ihal a All was life and ad and happiness 1 d wa- ed | id lit u the j the it c puncturing its and that tiie veate J it- way Now the j In a few moment- began 1.. 1 this was and the fact that not be moved became too the t became and fear Seemed to heart I but if were v them to employ for r. adv tu a tew a. when the mav n tlian 1 cries an 1 and b th irom on shore and boal and the I - pa renl - and 1 1 and ' r a acre ( est and of and and there s n the b .at an - Am. the The Mr. Mr. fhr prayed that if it were so his liquor be taken thus the from his own The late agitation m tbe ihe inn of bitter the o. or obscuration of old and the m the f that the lamb had muddied the taut th. t nig without bus uv tile of file which amount i the Stales ' Au id of 111", the and a t some doubt vv o served which was i the as i 1 of 2', Hit 1 he 1 -i passage in n. Preaching Popular i is to die ao i ea bey No who pa - - - m c Uies back lo 1 he the realms of shadow - ' it 1 - in a d soul over rest if iral its beak a token of lbe cl binding hoi 1 to f. and goes m of the etherial wilderness 11..- cleaves her but board no and display I enge each other as wend their 11..-: but we catch no ol to camp Shut iu Shut in Between this and lite there i- i great gull w can fro Set ere Drought in May dispatches from tn tbe New England say that ait drought tbt In sorre counties the woods are on thereby destroying much valuable limber om li uie u t to Sena lor v I'll i v. Mav 12 Senator Bell an iv ed 11.i- i was last 't wa- ISO TOO Ml II Memphis ihe 11 wan who knew much During the there was singular ployed iu the public -en name w as ll. he vv a son of a a account the oi 1 he for and al We ill one 11,. tlie dl the commenced balcony and and from Mav 12.. Dispatches received sav that a special i at the city of era Cruz ot and announces that i. had accepted the bv the -t 1 di and i. fur i .ii to I th. exilic lo ( uu v 1 haver and for t 1 I Ol ( I i 111 ii r * I h ro iig Ii t li e 11 e r 11 Tell hose w years eyes meanest i- that he c closed iu their la d with i her a smile y - a Vele past v that d very that a man gains more stride that he makes m Had be remained upon a level w ith i 1 of the tv would never bare provoked their enmity I when be commenced to rise the effort and masterly ihe om he behind loined in a loud ' The vei v fact their iiim a their may notice things whenever we may to In where ihe has become rewarded with for we shall hear those who without the spirit to emulate upon his aud question the le of a success so great and so Vet it may Ua act uf his life will 1-ear tbe If a truly talented and studious lawyer and physician attains to is pronounced a or a or i something by those who have neither j the mental calibre or of purpose I tarry them over the same With how much ' truth has ll been said that is no sin ot which a mm can be no do to his which excites so much j indignation among bis friends and as his is the one unpardonable crime which nor humanity The man whose pan more glowingly describes that which is represented by another ihe one who enunciates truth such as some oue else is unacquainted and gnus where another fails one who devotes his every energy to productive labor and resps the greater reward in he who thrives as others do in bis aingle in the opinion of those whom be has all the evils that can be summed in one grand They may not always the successful were upon their hearts translated they all Crucify ln ol lie nd 1. - making of the military road Met wa- pi ut id through lbe i bust is be a rt Part. dl specie for Sew Mav 12. The steamship New loik sailed from this to-day for taking .ml in specie on The steamship City of Manchester also sailed i day Tor ria Queens cid on freight LATER DK STAK 01' THE WEST later from Central A South America and Key The U. S. majl steamship Star of the from New York via reached her wharf at an early hour this Tht of the Wesl left New York al 12 M. ihe Hd and made Havana the afternoon of i the 8th, which port she again left at the following the inst. The California news of been anticipated by the overland Cuban Tbe news of the capture of the slaver Wildfire created considerable excitement at The name of the captain ii supposed to be The officers crew numbered twenty-three in Tbe bark was five years Ions and rated A. M. 2 The celebrated murder trial at Havana terminated in Ihe conviction of Eulogio a Doroteo Valdes and who were sentenced to die by the Zamora and implicated in the same were banished forever from the and sentenced to ten imprisonment in The estates of the five Were likewise mulcted ii tbe sum or for tbe benefit of the family of the Senor Tbe weather at Havana was extremely but the health of tbe city and port was sugar The market ruled very and showed but Utile i ol President Jack ung gentleman em e at th ot oi had a I ling | u out - i ties with -ome the higher hN singular were Among oilier i- 1 | while he wa- employed in the 1', he ho 1 a t Major a high di cation made by an old i 1 for the t The ti -i classical language in letter i I could not be m of the v W hen the letter came being a great stickler for - to observed and asked G why he had replied bees 1 d the man would understand Willi Vol. 111,'Hi. by said Major 11.. trv put in the In a few days a letter was me in which he very indignantly sai I father bad fought for in the first and he himself in the second war ot an t he would like to have the name of ihe scoundrel who brought the charge of or anv Hang else wrong against said I not say so G. carried his so far that Mr. the said to do not want Von here any you Poor went but In- old the again him another place This time underwent a He was dav verv busy when a calling asked him where the a as said G. Vol: tell me VV the 1'e i- ' said the if he where the Capitol * N 10 Do you in W said the and don't know where the for theI President's house and Capitol said vv as 1 the for knowing too 1 don't mean to offend iu that way 1 am paid keeping this I believe I do know that much but if you find me knowing any thing more may take my the le id live p. neatly I which mav b. j the 111 Curn and i It w Hi I the heels I were i those win 11 1*1 the rat a a tiie Hinted ly s. might vv al hi The t ranged it among -ton ol j ii si v c j They the tie pUee I to ami who that individual by the greatest the present troubled waters of the The boat U * Uie i i-ii a water is ha feet iu one to the t which to those ili there was little | tbe the were i Some Uteri from the U- 1. The ul the Vi but the d w writer bepan j of a th uuh nut | f be Hut hit not or desire to deny that h lot i muddying the i upon & held the i i f: and r. Uu h io ol rein i to haie to the the sky to And the u We Kfr uli tbe we dre i welU shrunk any itu t the 1- wo til v. 1 ii t that a couple oi ii S. Li rt j 'A e p 0h;o)K..t 1 * ' t. - 1 taken wa- u lu in Johet Week and 1 t k 1 n j c v race - - I 1 Mil o ol ed lo ije soon run sufficiently div all the bodies the 1 IS e w tor Atlantic 1 which eld t Atlantic Hoyat Mail feet in being iarger than anv the exception oi the has a depth of feet ihe t b to k. Her w is and the She is l- engines ou the several giving an aggregate 1200 tons of and i uu at the rale miles an will form r nidi across the a Hay and - and ir- - He IV 1 1 W. d hair w k idine 1 ut 't ur - V 1: tile foreign Shipping Inle V rri v ed Ou 1 a f I I I It i i It 1 ION n V It K I I I'm m. i I 1 e i W 1 VA a Hi Ii si r i nub prov with alt 1 r o 111 1 1 v e I o 1 are or I lull made for ich will lie that ihe alter pait 1- 1 for Cost of ihe vessel a The of Which ight iron of most beautiful w 1 i v e - - I I 1II 1 11 l ll 1 d. Thai organ again of four 1 already w and at the less three bioi h t other equal to be named a slate tor w i ab nit nine and during d a w to be ab ut the V 1 I v co. cl 111: of d - chai nation bat linn see in the as the t di 1 r lall 1 11 1 1 1' a i AJi II V K or 4 1 - BI id AN- IS North that the Den there bad become * mere iu point ol I especially this sort of h it a tat ie t c Ol alkie in 1 t Waits r It. M 1 lis penitentiary two years and a half a very light punishment considering the tacts ot the case -a leniency the supposition that money is extremely and that even counterfeit would considered better than From all accounts il was fortunate that U men were arrested as the reputation which from the operations reason 1 have been that of or a in the bv Is. Ks j whell all I of Mi -I tile li Mr. then w as a aim - THK H The process of hardening wood proposed by Messrs. Lepage ii consists in by moulding while hot and by cooling a new produce composed of sawdust and which has been styled hardened This process depends essentially lbe use of sawdust and | 1,1. discovered albumen but while these elements are board w larly designated as the fundamental ingredients 110 an 1 aci - of this tbe idea is not intended nation he 1), u b- 11. I 1! that it is impossible to mix 1 ui 1,.. or metallic with ed a but on 1.. ine ol to mingle with the or eveu to the p it did not but bm n c m for similar such 1 cav ilv 111 the 1 inr as and salts | going The details of the process will clearly display ' This second attempt aroused 1 lie the importance ol tms discovery j determination to ferret out A I As ihe base of this sawdust meeting was ami every nuu waa 1 and for au pure vd to a traded fmm eggs or etc. The n eht ration is effected by the raw alone or mingled with 1 Failing tn elicit mi. bv this means or any mineral powders ami a squad of four men left al steeping it in pure somewhat diluted River and proceeded down on m- and rendered slightly liquid bv addition Ai the This albuminous powder is then in the poises age lbe not w hell r and the - vv Uh his like Woll fall's advanced an into ihe So c nel A tii in bv the Cincinnati even without a aid feit the scatter like bathed and ' Ihe w ' the d.i. - - m County published at the Owen says that during .us and abusive speech thr other dav the killing al vears and be would be M V erne ill 111.ode 1, 111 t' n - ' N o re o -a 1 ' 1 .so he lbe K thousand Cat NeW rt 1- relatively give cans had not 1 In V Ham id- ea - and lia the number Some 1 in and d - of 1 die a single rote in the and a of those nulled in the free it should 1. it Would be the the adds the was very careful notto mention how he had defrauded ihe widow of his brother out of the small estate left lier bv her leaving 600, and in Rhode Isl 1 1 1. 1 si Little her dependent the dd of the I just The sister of the widow is 1W0 majority for that also au inmate of Lee poor 1 1, aba ' 1 1 uh inn Iln 1 11 New of this this boisterous is con Mr. 1.uni I in Ine suntly about his charity to fce runaway to pressure until by ot articles niggers that he lakes tn and and exult or some other like trom Mr. Scott that the be When this process is accomplished | of the until ihei denial from the in steel into which just wi much of the 1 when be that he was ul ms This generous man albuminous powder is put as com. j lbe author of the and his motive was re- j is too great to smile or look upon objects 611 allowing no deficiency or ' He is now m jail awaiting bis trial at 10 him bv of T. There has a c the of and Mr Calhoun's tor was in a shipwreck excess of Tbe heat of tbe moulds is kept at tbe proper height by means of red-hot bars placed around ami in contact with As soon as tbe moulding is the moulds are cooled by immersion in or by pouring wateT upon It U mxj to see that this process may U applied te of a vast variety of bf ail fabricated of pasts like materials be moulded or the next term of ihe District Court 12. Cincinnati May \i - The market mens pork ia sUll held at fair prices The sales are estimated at 6u0 26. lard sold at per pound them might elicit but 11 would not carry him to he can preach ine meet boast his under the plea of humanity and love to His sole aim being he is wilting B ride any hobby iu order lo acquire bis poor r 1,-red Il he but recovered with an hiil which subsequently replaced bv Mr the of Mr. Webster was losl at and never recovered bul a was cast from the and is now in tbe Stale House yard al first for the statue of Mr. Clay was lost at The coincidence is re mark all 1 1 - pursuing that an t - - d to r ddee ' d 1 v a t. de - ad 1 1 w .ar it 1 n-t i III st 11 I uv al ix li I n g i o 11 'A v -' lie ' tor I trm al ot 1I11- In prr i o 1 1. 1 o 11 1 111 u f II 1 1 11 11 ill I 1 1 1.. the 1 He 11101 r it 111 M 1 Vi VI 1 I II i; -I at law may pine in want without attract ing his or receive anv boasted ' * Pive hundred and Mom arrived at N w 1: is had an 1-n - - - 1 asboe 8iiv-r i no Burning ot Mar. natch Kv Mav 1 City Hub from M Mn 1 greal match lire c-D a. 1 ' ' mines ilv ml a M ' ' ' f. a- a - ' t. jar edge dge r t v w t- r r 1 .re 1
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