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   Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1861, Dubuque, Iowa                               I U s 7 r .a v.N i iii nf U. i 4 Y f v 1 J I r i i I t i V t I I I. F I I i i J H U J 1 I r-.- r r UME iv.-No. as .10 105. then Letm eai fetthen T j r with ihdifferiaoe. If we look comparativestrength and wsouroei of and those new and their from each it must be that she oenneVer them. It is V the true policy of the United States to leave known as a capitalist and ban to in the hope that order to obtain otherDowerswill met a jnntlemaa from I letter Decorah. After ipeekl oon Itiata f MaU relatl on the which were 44 sore that perusal of this oomli rthern The Geuiae Felae f At a prominent wholesale grbtery store. .J.1 Wtt_ _ _ A A I Iflaortthan wo are rhjlnat home I see him him tod his position. If the hard F _ d _ Bl _i _ _ t i are yet to oomeweall ought to rejoice that t thml About tbo ring. UM woodUad lovdMd loot _ la Iwk Woo A iM Mag. .uated in and distinguished for large dealings with Southern fc to troth the statement that I Mr.'V. is what he seen a veritable the accepted to portion of the Southern This is well said of Mr. Vandev of the same little State of I So'nth We examined the Not wouW not touch I tnis conn laterally and sden- he and havecome to the conclusion that Wou'd _ I They were not success il_ _____ii _______ I fltllA trleJs t. Itisa t is well known that in effort was made by Dem- ead it is one of the most aoDroDriatelv Selected I you think that any vTMhington bank take it. or any part of it I said during the can l-aat. rason that was iocka bly oould be devised. In the grows in swamps and J malaria. Its when represent and when sharp swords. They t _ Al_ valueless as food for any liring wbo hatfc as the and are merely disagreable as weapons of defence. The trunk of the palmetto is too 1 in regard to the tched Mr. ande- btoker mOMy never trer's eonrse. In all relations he has mse our regard He is not nstitnents done when he has made a bofld iky l llm. aw pE tsWf VW -VP I parsnip. Bong of the nature of a bundle of' Will foreign capitalists do it In my opinion peo ents. While at been ditto his 01 we took some card to him. There 4 frai luKl to M dl bt mt spun it cannot be worked into and U wouldn't pay to pick it into otknm It is valueless as the stockades of a it won't bear sharpening at the end. and as a spike won't hold in its bater and ahard 1 The Msaroe so as to make a reliable defence against a can- ndn shot The viewed as a has not one element of beauty in its there being no relation between its relative but it eminently like S4-_ f A. aL 9. A. f. robbed the Federal Union of its I ts ready _ never obtain credit anybody. Thery mittee a very important 11 may put an export duty of a cent a pound j Added to air his he was upon by so doing raise a revenue I a member of the CJonventioiL and a of but this after will I constant attendant of its sessions. He has from their own I performed a double duty. He has been firm _ _ _ _ m W i _fc t it moderate He has nobly and ably de- nded Bebcblican He Jus stood mise to disjsnribs the alon bt etter mail pooch cat scattered about He carri pooch to the Office and Mr. Charles Worden of the P. 0. accompanied him to the place and jathered op the fragments. We have seen them. There are r torn man drafts eral some quarterly returns from Iowa Oak some made up hi that the robber crossed the river as a traveler in Mason's Sleigh and pushed this valuable pouch off so that he could return and rifle it. e letter had contained a Draft from Lee Kimmard on an eastern Bank for about another had contai thereabouts sent to the New At we the letters are bring assorted and dried prepatonr to sending them to recei riters. etters rtant ones will be that time will now know what the cause Times. The Msw Mail lotte to Lake The following is the Monroe Doc A _ _ _ _ Bl j w y BJBJ copied literally from President Monroe's South Carolina in it commences at the Annual Message of Dec. ground promising an immense amount of For was stated 4U4AUVUOT2 C4U4WUV I of I it keeps upthedelusion for about that a neat effort was then fifteen then it suddenly collapses i making in Spain and Portugal to improve smaU potato 'pretension of that tl kought fortb a mouse. xnepeop around the eagerly aftk What the Bamum t. l4.. reason the the Union which reners his labo numerous tti.tt the condition of the people of and that it appeared to beoontdncted with traordinary moderation. It need remarked thai the result has so cry different from what was then anticipate I M colored A _ 4P H ihuch and 4 percent. Tbkre year without we juaite with which have to Msoh from which we derive our we nave I ornamen always been amdons and interested spectators. The dttonsof tfc most aad haimitiess of Uieir fellow meo persists that itfs a manu that iTthin ured and so worthless for or even has been selected by the insane I as in favor of the 1 mnch truth he o are never the tcnuon ot one man. Northern Iowa may well be proud of her they suffer as repreeentativeu He has proved able and Should this there. When the North will il mei jUUtib great reason Why the SouUfbave been able to control is that i re-elects her able men. Let the I a Waukoh Jour. with however with the is a Xsna Hits'sim Parson Brownlow prints a Ion JH. _ _ 1 in Matters relating to I ever f and as it is to be and vise all who It is nuhke pffepamtioM have Mver taken any I mired fitM of comport with our policy so to do. to rive the representative of Pslnettodoin a oar rights are invaded orjoalL To the thoughtless It willofcr no exstdse of painful to over the aad m portion of them _ i j_ _ m r t inoriei or r this MMispMra we are off And the it wffl have some such im- ha. aid the fugiti _ ingers over the intelligen it contemlates one of those wood sone of then even In tke late eonveatioti. mile a speech I They have a hereditary title to the oonteorpi -i .saw _ m 'MnaBl A. _ ___ attention last in an article to the enterprise about to be by Mr. Ohas. T. for the mail route from this 1 to Lake via Bay de Noqnet Marquette. The object of on the pi the Postofflce is to consol all the Lske_Snperior mails peri prove to our city hardly be it is in fact the long talked of railroad to that will inevitably I the Chicago ft N. W. B. B. el ing the importance of this in its mult- ing advantages to the extension of their have with aliberality which in this case will bring its own as we are1 the sum of six thousand dollan in The task Mr. Harvev inconsiderable one. A nearly fifty miles through an un- certainly a formidable buti with the encouragement and ad to its socosssftil drabt of its su a ublic metfag in Montreal lit put papers dSscri honest not Tl- II l t -r and Mrtial obssrv lied powers is earn The po- move elcnntiy denominated. ff_ TmlmwiAm Oan Islands. In mwl cheerful looking I and from his dark br the m______ erident there is a oon- moti metto plant is eoaunon in the swamns of all UdetaMe shareTbif white blood ftftti .titoi contention wakh deobred Booth Oarolina the hot its mis- ApparentlT maeh amused at the tnsk tJatanf We ask for infemation erer rises aboye a worthless he becan by neftlt it I for the nuimMyM. lf' _P ___ f fifees requested Anddnta to answer a fcw qusstkms reUtive to his for the information of the andienbs. anil Mfcef WflUaii the purpose of didUng anything have forgotten in Us narrative. respeei tlu.t of we would that wMoh ia their respective govenuneo Ami lo the dsfcoss ef oar which has I shaped by the loss of blood and so I except in tko ______ wd naftwed ike wisdon I aAopisd as the prood heraldic emblazonry of oftlMiirsaoMwlictatteddttosns. and under I the mighty of SoaUi OaroliiUL which we ten enjoyed nexaapM WidtyjY. Tri this whole aatkm itr devotai. We owe tkersfeve to and lattoM SBMbg between tke Uttlted Slates atkd those powers to that we should Jmust f to lire in jpeoially those who have to be on the streets TheAymMu.n of the 25th wnsi w aT beeause there have been by the General Assembly of Benlh than in aay otaer State in Ute Union ttsual sereral poddies of blood yasterday morning on side- streets of oar it would night was one of more among a certain elasJi than .Taaaah. Oar. attention was rben passing in front and correspon- aayatMBiM on their part in the Isenrad_____________ aay portion of this hemisphere bom in in the year 1816. His my mother fcr Ifteenyean after Oharlesto British ooaunand thk A and i from It round to Drajion for unable to ascertain ay master's wife and a kind and eafsty. Witt dependeaeies of any e not and ________ it witfc the gofara-1 liftnjj niassss of his native I .mband ttvorabl havedeetertd their to Andatioa at Trinity Oolleie. hadachanwto and whose iaaepsaJniei that seat of Mr. with that and on last peculiar to the aatlrwof eould not View I the resolTing upon a trial MNd lat laaai'ot eeatrolHaila eaj ntaer saiaatr I rstiiliani 1r Bnrvpeaa in theftsaplaas astadeat at law other Bffct than as the of saoTy disposition againet tke Uaited I tat woolsack was extreesel tn the war between UMH new gor- itral- to eoom boynOod. bat wor- dtfsrent baildinc front exactly tell i me ill. He bksned me to I was bat it have tat name of liaooia I Use people of and Sotttk. ttTliiat tte hMds of MA a J _- TVeMr. wMUsfflLottdosi here is tke ehaafe fai adeem eat of the eusajuslsn teeat saau SM jean L _ did not last long. 1 Iwonldtethkropes to tie sat wnan strodMed by aa naeleb JOB- to j ha I who was sent by that Joanal wiU the to the asasgen of the i WottM ga. to Was sold report for toBBMUBwao eTtae Mr Bsassll WMBOW I fet TOted SM to faka frOBOMOftfc IWMSS newspaper right BMB ia the right rapidity with which Me aotes pnparadTud the admirablyoonoise detail part ef the agdrf by soon becnsee a gf Hknto know whether 11 ess sit VI Mr. Bnesall received aa front neUin wMldnsk tant si I totakaa i si h si IBS nreanbe- emtkn. Tae H ealy stave la the I bnt. in his offlsst ssnnasr. lafcrmii thai Sr.Chnr bied aailsBf Hhm tant gintle- Int provided with aU eon trade of St Paal was ia and only ia 18M. _ the Alexandria AOtance B. B. Ya. has been tarred and toe A BSUOT af on the liae of tae Hew York Central have been droolating eoaalsHeit ten's on tae Warren id. A Mamraervntt Bndlsj. Im eontnoftsd to tenish wooden soles for thick tools mi shoes. Tfcey an aade of treyears was boned death ta Blaok Hawk. on the 6th M powm H on s have laWV and retnmed to tite SB m tow la I a reporter tary of thj Honse of wi___ wrete all aatuaasj ef having always take fcr aavHaal ssntten. On of tiw ____ i thiak I woald ratker prison all my life ia Canada thsa be in I Jences. hewonldn't spake a ---------_. _VM nSd a desire to bat is the vaabjBBNBt iaiieted taadlag a book. flVWlBBBBt OMBi tke OOMTSSS _ was absent visiting a neighbor tka BMB wao tredthe tha West from Morris in Charleston was killed in a duel at by a oosanda in oa theXOthnlt avSasaple vat Mayor of h aUf MSB that ae polnTed out WanVv if hMf a watohfal eft Oft that WAS l oat taattheseamp allad than the I the kaa Taalate _ MB. aneaaal at UM wanwbioh fw 1W B.1W rstansshow that inli 'rentains the I WMhtl lav than j begia fba aweek tfll tka OMLHO'wB. pledged to H is iairaly MnaBitttv M it tor _____wentTfcr the bJIettJf asswat beiag raisedettaer BnsseUUved wiih the Fsarth sseimets. fU fceHag k IM frent taeir tnt landing veil known ftnt directly or A BB BB am 41 am I it is I ia-areiy After tf tit to atyenaeH leLeadea il mtkatanis or their w mi m la regard to these oif- pertfa. ef either eoatteea _ tHte xnedtttoaU with Hr. BMseil rkh Bnora eetatoi Ootoael their trstPresMeak Thk wiakei Me i. lneaieeslblei .eity rsise a tax of MT di vitaaL exteMive distillers at dbelby have raeeatlir tMr liaWIWes are wd oily Many faraen nmndiM coMtnr loso sevwdv tmsled uk Inn for crsin to V Ifct 3 to tke tatatts ___ aaaltke'hoUecvof I A raOT WMGT feas been ber kk OMme M. Ct4T has advertkei toesO at at abortelfht nUta jf the oa tat of Ms stock wakk Mis ap wfth eoek aad huaieasli pisaaiB Itorce at to be seta two aiiles off aad BBS toryto leaving to serve hk eonatry aft tito I eraUv been adstakea UN j Oewrt 8U PetoKsWrg. .Mr. Clay Us ton. J pare fresh aad eMps have taM I v litwsd within UMkgis- Britisli ssoMy A dkUacubBed tieeJsr aad iaiperto brsaker. U is fkMS il by throwing over a   

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