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   Civilian And Gazette Weekly (Newspaper) - February 15, 1859, Galveston, Texas                                v?1 ST CART, DUBNETT & CO. rKIOl 01 rDMOBIPTlO.S. WjiUELY i*KH AKrTUM...................... 3 OO DAILY       DO     DO.....................   10 OO COM MBKL1AL     DO    .....................     2 OO AATZt �r ADTKKTIIllia. fori ila(le�qau*o flOliaei, or lata, 11 00 for lb* fin aid 50 cenu addUtooatror aobAufraequenllnierUon LlberaldedueUoa �ede onyeirlyedTerUAementi,r.Ed to thoae who AdrettUe by the q saner or ?�' AdTertUemoDU nouoeolted aa loUin�,wlllbe publUhed oae month, and charred Accordingly; bat noadrer-Uementor gabaerlptlon will bo dUeontlnoed until All arrearaf tttre pAld,&ftAHhe option ofihepubUahen. Adr rtU�menUoicl�*iiely for the " Weekly" will be oharfed aitbore; a�da liberal dtaeount made on idrerUiemenuforAoth the city Aid conntry papera. *mle iubicrtberi At AdUUsoe may nil4 remlttan' at onr riik, by mal! (Etiilian ani $ alette. 1 �  Il-ol and - '.  applied w :to er. 1 ) f o,   en. trsrjL �' - -�   �   .  ' .1 <�  - -au-uc;.,*, ; \ - '.�       :.,.�   * T0E8DAY, FEB. S, 185S. HT* Postmastera ami others writing to the Civilian riUtive to ebAngeoof direction of p-r^rs din-ODliDCADoe,  e cbapgti 1 to. 1ST The steamer Diana, Cspt. ,1. 11. Stern-u, arrived this morning from Hoosloti. w'rl; Vlt S>�i*e cottOD, and the following passengers : Col L W Groee cn:^in, ar.d tii^ }f"!i. Henry Ciiapmriri IVi iisyU-.i(!a. t">>r ti.f Ui...r ti,--y ha\c Uf stn^s , nrj.i liir ^i. i i: \ jir.i) \f.\:m:^ ih.-y l..i\ -iir..ng'h' I., h'-.ir hj. � r j t f i - \VLi'.r..ii> K 'a.i^ n i u rnatirr (.I ial inir-r-^i c'.'-i' iniui--,i.:lr- 'i-MiLutrnu.   'I'hcy  r- ir.uj tt^rii^e �>] -.iu'-i T-'i.-y iiivc alleinptrd v i rul i - : i t [!.,-< ipprr^fi!, 'UmI m. - . J i.i.-.l' � maintain lh -.       1.1 .1       lm::ui>i'' ti them I" kh.r.\ in Una lil-Uin!  Tr-tZlL.n "f ;t   rt* in(.[f* Slal^. [!.'.: :;( list-s lir.,: -11^1^ iir.' -.1(1,'r--' .tnd  their lift;:..-- -re I     Ti.ey -!.'A\i> ihern^clvt-.^ I    i- ii.-i. �l->rr\:n^' ^m-!^  'l      1 i> relunn 1 he pen;i- (j T- itr^ uUo under uhlij.iii 1 11.jii. Jdim > lir.;:ui!. ,.| ill,10, the Hon. Win. /'��� loit'iinvl-am. U-!. K War.l of New Y. r!.   J.-livered hy them on ti.--   � |k:e ellou^ at'ark made by J ndiie W ;i;r. i. � upon our Ler;i>-hinire arid Suite, h.t pi Mr. St.-pii--:,-n! Ger.r^la, fnri^miiir (''.jiinrenaiiee t:> the .-hui'h .1 Wutruij^ and Tajpan We d(.. h'.\\e\..r. v\irh pleasure and '.\m.'i pr::--. 111 dke our ( � irdia! ark;.' 'a 1e ;nerit> p � '\ \ ��. J..'I. a H   Keauar. . f r I  -  n, 111:;  \ i: : 1. a[ 1. .;i . : :v.:. � �� 1!      .    ''" " TT.b Oi.�        I'rh.w.t ui. The   elihe   '     1 hi.-   ! ii.v ; a (-1. WrJi.NHSUAY, feb. 'J, 1668. Democratic stale ConvcnaloD -    --        ' - j    The State (}��..,,  ;;. .  ^ ,:-    ' s-u-'n>"- H. Deoteou, Com- j , St�te conveut'on, to be W.d :a       .-4    1  r,-. a, liuy ,ia Sabine I'as*, arrived | t,n, the a I day of May, next. . -...�    .i.tnuri/. j o..rnp!ianoe with a ret-olu'a n h! ; te ! a H 11 L.iiriflyid d: in.n . til r? Voting i- State Democratic f'nvention, I4f- ld.e ma:a r. :r. -a i here :h-        : i'iaat.aji.la . 1 \ i. V r 1 li T     i!ij.|.  1) 'vVa-aau, C Bates, | -he stli .fanuory, 1555, it ii mad- nr. .-. J .1 Garland, !'hi:.!i.;-, J W Wallace, J B State Democratic Oonv ntion at u.e city . : H M-'-re, K B William*, A H L �, W McCinner, J l�on, on the tid day of May. 1�5'J. t-r  i        -� ii Walker, E A Kin ner. !-'  McCaro * lady, j rom:nia*i-.ner. 1 r- L-vpnM-, yr '    Apperded is a table prepared under u re�   a! ;;: na:"--. S: ia i v, 1 �r the A u*tin Ca.a vention , prapo.-intf a bai*:.-   : r- p .:.n>. Mr h'ulton. ; f'*etitati.'!i. W   ra'.liiini, W \    I Mn ;r:formed that th-.-ru w:l. r>e ample  ae - rn a de.k.     j modatiupB in llou-ton for the reception of the del euate- to this i'-nveutian, and that every effort willj i. x, t.     . ,  .   j.v : be male on the j art of it- libera! a d etiterpri�ing citizen* to make the temporary    ' un. t f the gne--t* I'rllTKSliA i *tennier   � 1. , Ihir.a, Mrn Ar'a-'ror.a cv '  ^hitman, E Wrutcr. ,v a - . 1' McKinny, S A Fair, hi i. lii.tf. 1 ' '� ffrie, Net land it la ,v, Jo: a* M Latbmi re. i'o.-.eru-.'11  er. t,-.,,-. . '  � a a I>1 r U p    . p I en     . t e    .i, a . w ra. ;a \ .j r u 1 � ' .a .  a: � to  a ta - aia a,)f � !.:-!.? a . >  -.a aas.l'-ua. , a a.    .! *r -Ii -i *� . 1 lllljjria^iiluil   I'KH e e*l I u j; - a.e! 1 1 nrO a' I the pwo- i^k:ng '��ra-'at W:..te V: t      Si l-tr   lla |-jr.o: 'anur.ry ! � mere ih. i t > cur, uit it o! thai he-liinC..: airreeabie an I eatiaracturv. .   . '   The present i* a [erioioi n. re ;'r' 1 :'    '" ri ; in  nr Natiioia! en 1  Stu'e �rTa:ro ad i�.e aitndatr en- i VicWi-l a* Ihi- body mo-i be, u- m '.irna.T I .r tb-Miti.o I'emocracy -f Te.ta*, t   b- a-.-er : th- ("harb Whale a.entiol!,  the .veiling mierest it: nr. y pa-1 - i xp laerit ,.f tbe i in 'he neit 11: II. -.. v ��f the .y; l>. G 1", Tbk Tbaatbk.-The  Lady of Lyaii* wn- performed lan night to a crowded house. Mr�. L.ghn, AftPanbiie, j iayed admirably, and Mr.  Ferris, ivi* Claude Meinotte, wa* ffiofit exrellera..   Tba- gei.-tlomAE improves nightly, and we predict lor him a high p*8iiian  id  his profeadou.   Mr.-. Bn.-a-ii an Madame De*chappelie* wab.iu oar oj ai. r. ii. � r e.-t pieoe of acting, we have Btirj un  t!.-: board ieaeon.   Mr. Keene, ae Bearjaeanl wc- entire'v Pe-yond his depth, atai did nui:h to inur the eile.taf 1 1 ,,j, 1, W1 the lieanitfal piece, other'.vi*e wed 1 er' rnied. .>!:-* I voice of a 1 Lizzie I.::, i-a-y, a* MelnotteV mother, nith i!KJ en- i �*"!!� tirely a-t   ; her b.i.c, did exceedingly wel..   The after pte c a o.iljb liicl ard 1 Ii," wa* q,,,i,ii:; lean atjii.r. v, aaaat p^rnt ar mora], ar. : in ha 1 u.-'e I      prodacl:on       *:a i   j nal -     tb- a h aaceptiat ..f  1 .� a r.," , in .7   aaarpi ja^�9~r_^  draVta .. e iin me lit 1 rr.ra t. i a: 0*1 c\ er v pal er ir. the Stale, IP in  I- a -the Carthage ll- carder t... ti.t- Gaivorton New*. Nov. a come* cur tu rr.     ' - ar p rivut'> y ir.i a. ir 1' at v* het.   ^ the paper*  ol a  Sta'e are *   a'aalarne.u- ticair.-l   a judge, he *hai: ! at i-ul-'   !-rni.t. 1 :tt: impeuchrrar.t or re.-ign.   Hut in tia* ,�-.; a i-c-ern*, like a tick . a a * re eared c ,av. we .an.': ill* HeralTl L'l Vr- 1     i. ilr \ 11 but  Judge lb-aicMi  !::,- "hi la lb. 1 11 the bead w it'l la- -'1 U'e halnraer loL'i K'-a.-nt,  I a* *f::ei:  be '..-in  I the j   will ni.tfttl it hit duty to U proenl ; ar.  urkut.   >t >.� btde'.ed that no public *pirited Hemocral ia 1 a-j  "t.y coaoty ,,f the State will neglect to i.rge it ta   �' . the party to hold  a County I Y:i vetttia: . arid  *er."i ' i delegate* with power* to appoint proiief. I    It 1* with the Kern, cracy of the South ,i..-,ue, ti,..;.1 1 :�ld- : iu people can expect to secure their right m the  ' :r M the a.N B- FLGYI' S. Telarv vf \\ Lac � lira: J W Wn.t, M:.  - r.-VUINEil.l. I'SI'Ai'.TMi- WAiriHiMiToN. .Jan. a4. Til, Secrelurv 01 War. propoun ied : y ru'h .y tor of the a)tn. ui.d j! 0" fulerucy.   It i- ueeiess to attempt it outside of An the guardian of the right-of The r* organization. il. TI. �rhi-c 1. and  Wa'.r Lhii- tr.aa a c Tivaal, a ,., Brj an, it - him :r in the right' and  tieV .-p.-nk  tie >r ! ti.ougi. that  the - U'". genera add In. thi* ci' I'er .�. itart nr.. " W  ^ '' """': the State*, and the ci'.iiei), whether nat vB or in r-cmi n'. Ii ii-,?.   Ludaa-'in-j eign-barn, il ha* been tried iD every eri-t*. a: : jcr ,.f t air -r fl.-e ha dri.i, ' found ia 1 only Veliable but fully equal to th � h :.r ., . ,   v of darg.-r, and finally emerging from it ir a i.a'a a ai , 1 triumph, an 1 with  the cheers and  gralnlni: ..*.�;  '     ">'-=. ^!'oJ j every lov-r of tree loin throughout th- w .'.'- ' .   :  riaaabcr* of ::.�� Ii.s'i- ' i* t-reTer riveted in the affectioni  f *.t.   \ �� \ � )'..: -, '.ve have c.try rea.-'.'t: ! Teiai-. !     i'roud of lb',-  great  party,  ,av al: . r..b � _ J in aje*ty rd it* j.awer, !e'  a* rael p.a.'.t :r a 1 day ot' May, nex', at ii-a-ian. ar i w ':. an -. :1 ca- al       - -    a  1':-  -tiijie to the intere-i* nr. 1 w.lt 'a:.      .1 a        v :.�-. .V      C"t:i.:iy,      u� Jay d-.wti a j i�: ....... ,    r,   .'  whtca. by it* un'a.teriag . ir. la ' -      ' - '    "ava- It. the I'ol.federa y. al .of  t   ed   1' 1 T. 11'a- of t h - t '.. I. a t i' 11' i   ti   .-badcC'II i 1 iteelf to ti e reenrd ai.d c ail ien. e af et.er then. *i*ler Stale, an i 'h - .ii-; bia-e a 'he g r ni n . *. ii 1 w 1. ad. * hi. 11, a- err II a . lac, ; d'1t ava I pr.'v.*i-.||� .i:.*a er to tnc .pa-ti. M . Bryan , in 1. �'� '�- '�'�'! �"�'"mil' t v a the 1 in*t, by the jerelary of War, a-k:ng what had been i- carrying into .-ifat tbe act making a '! a F >ri � r K.-rt* al II i-je 'mm .n. naple*. i right* lUL-ia- ' n.-.i r. a-I. rec 'ender ,. I our ;, rime or g e men n: lie I' lly ur. 1 with -a aj ,.r nci ., �: : aa i Black ib- �r 't - contftrijctiC'ii ' li... V      � i:,  I'eia*. I :.a\e tt.e honor to report lb; , a.l.y  been taken ay tta* I*e.   .     _......- 'rum the (-rovernor c f Tela.-, '.i.r. ".k'b the F.ng:: e-ollieer in charge of th* I'.a'br .  Gu.ve-ton. a d-e ot ceM�ion tor the *ite of 'be wa rk pr-;a!-: i r-y Ih Boar:: of Flagineer* f r the leb-r -e  01 ih.it h The plan* t.r the ? � � r * have;;:-: a*.-'on n. reyi-t-r-: i n lla* ' tltce to t: - Secretary ot V, ar It hi* a la.i ietler � t tr.e i! n. Mr  Br\ .   M *i re*; eclf tiiy .;.":.: I'ron'rdinjjt or tut ( Ity (ouucli, : i MlAiO 7. 1    j puier. able ba W'.rl: . I.. Met I,  !*, Wc he r. -:. he war* -t I �-�r  : the-   t.'. le.cg. Herri. I.'l.n K order ot i  ". '-'S, Aa*:ii.. i'.G. 1' !) :, lla-hm-t.i, I'.i,. il. A K � ' Mechanic. N -   >'T, l.-ndon. f G. .; 1 \ a |a rt..B Empire. N .   -. Mc K anney , I'.G.M.      l-'ar.-l Bright S'ar. N .. 71. B. Star. I'.G . A 1-a.  b ra Milferd, N .7    -Mil id. Fti. .1-1.;. a .;r a : Jaek*on. .'.      -. T--i'ai:a. I'.G. i' i.'i*.-.. Western ':  a..-. N , - -. Ban Anl a.     N . 11. San i-t- ; 1 - I'.i . i' : La (trai.gf N. . - . I.a ';r.,ige. I'.ti M. W i. V Alts M;ra, 1 Mo.-c 'W Which 10 ju !e a tei..,w ory guiity even  H N M.ail-iiA 1 ilrin:,'. r-'a'e i '      ma Ida Th-. la I 1 i 1 I l> I   \\ ,, r ti , ,,,,, r s Uliilri. 1 li .1 ii . i a i :i..ler . W. Mra :i|   n an - !   IS lIlli'iTh olllirl.r.niii l.oilg  .'".' -an a- ---�:.  in   :		:. a'	: �-a le \ - :, t  : -  :*-,:.-.'   :   a	-   . r �'   �' :r- V		 the i r:a a		-  a 'ta-   ity.		' h " a 1.1	re | .c.:.   v    ,...': .-         ' -			�   - I'icir:-		-.a 1 '. Si!-,r.Y- A       vr		-    0-              ~.-C'	,   - ,', e-    " ��   '        '         '   -		-	 tienian a. '	1 -	y .  iatai .Varsha.i. Fe' .			ara',        w It:,   a      -   a . . '   �			 The o: ly	: e a -	::. Mi.r-hia is lhal  . n		>..��	'   a: in- - r a -  a :	u       � j     . � �		 rday n>�':.		a.rra't-.e in i.ri ilratc li-	: t^		- .  - a         , r                      '    �   _			 1* belvic ..		-     ra.' i;  c " a fan a *						 								It to road '		any ... -.vhl a. I.   1'.	i,;	a' .-	n.a 1 11. i   ;\      h �   �			 -otidci,'.		IV  ia - ! I.',:', g ta.a' !    1,		tin-    a    ,				 Inst j ay ia-.		-a'  cX. ileC.' 1.1 e.\i-l* I �	" at	.,    -1    a-  ::				 he In ct r ,eld ti.ir e.		To -day :!.c r ea i w ar		...      on ^	rn.iv :� i-             .	�     1 -  - -aa �		 'yen *- . a a		x-c:ti o:, 1 :: : ley '.\ ere	i .	.:   i    -ov	uer- . o ,.-:.... i ..		a   -    - a	 V the l.'-a					a       V. r. i    .;     . , -		....	'a �� I 'a t: * " r		t Win*: . �.- lie :   in;		-a	- .:.'.-.   a      i >      �" :       . �	 �   | . � a'.	; ;	 liiiai.i| .a		nga.a bee . pr l,cli*i!:g 1:	- ir-		"   d '          '':    " .    "'.	'  ;          i i		 t   un'-ic-	1 .a. :	g ria. t al  -a .: an \a N    \		- ii-	� ~ �   ....                 . ai i	�           i. *: a 1 � �   _	:   ... : : n	 3th Jin :.:,:		S ::...: V..ie:'-�ileg-. i	: a-i		 -'a p' :a   a'.    ;    �         ! '.� n,'.'- .			 hchia.ia nr	w � I'.	:.'.reduce i err.ia iy ing i.		i. .:     ' ' : '	a-                  :'�                     a-	:- a ;   a- 1. ai		 rltt's prii.ci,		�cjinp-ensate 1 e-man .; a				'   ' : ' ''',/- :	a: ..- ;. -	 daerminin-	:    i a	.so liiLdn :.' cany   c:: t 1	!.-		n a:�. � t     ...   a �   i			 ^���A. I'ouo		.�red objrcil it,-* �,, in-	1 . a:					 accent ..�:'!	-   air	a-ralily. Mr. Haabm- t		b: '       .,.	- - - - -		a . a    1 li  ;	 e i 1 the :		nl'-ia; la'e i f rc:o^  in'.	,rf-	' '      M a �	'.....    *            .			 wit.^'av, r	!  Mr	. Btirri'l replie I t!>il il	I. 1					 he df-n Uc		la: , and dei.uuia-e 1 he t					':  :  �    t	 1*1* a aits		: -lantly 1 he rim.ere �f 1		';'' ' ; r:-'-'	:   w-rtai i.-.-ia- t: a   a    ��   :	a  :\.Y'-'.':'.;.     "	a.'..:   ail:	 and r f A:.:	r.g 1	arge rfpentar.ee.   Mr.l	Wc	1 r-     | air		i:    ,\         ..\ r.   '.	c    i r . - . i	 pi:ed.t|a',.;.	:.g :	a- a-., lillcra*'* ; t! ey ,	k- 1	the  i P�!.s	 �I.d I "        �"!.�                 v : .-	�        ���      1-1   ,1	' �1,; ' g �   ; .-	 rcperiar.ee		\   :':.       11-   alia  la   l'l		:  '     1 i r'V	rs.    I'* ;��::..  ^ a- ,-tl       ::   			 AtlOIi ,d..-in	�. t ..-	I...*- i   It   ref.--e 1   1     lie	i ..'	- "    1 r- a*	t"l -"iY*!,:....^ A   ar.--    lY-		r        .� t	.'  c h::n: hii: v		*.						 ilr. 1. ��		c : Mr.   1'   w�.'-'.. -a .			' '      '         .    �		.      i ill . ia	T  :- � Mr. j In	C  1":	cierwoe-i. oi V irg.n.a.	* *:	-'-' :     "': 1			a.-ae.r. a :	 the tchf-. e	'a- in:	rbClicr-blc, bt'Cn'.'.fe      r	*\ e	' '        'i';	�     1   '���.'	...         . .          1		'[ . er* woo 1 :		el them bai! Way.     1 i."	pre	"'a-    Wa-	a- '.a'Y w - " ' .:' .   � \  a a  -	.'i "�! V- -V ,r	';' j. ,t -	 lion wii- t	i ay t	>  etch far the  i* 1 a ...,	1:.	t r'V    linn	- VVer- .-:�       �     : "l     a         .. .      -	.  il		ar- year*, wit.	- 11 -	II!ii*leI* VCBII   [ Ul 11 ell	r 1 a \	e in    w- r-	M i 1   'A - .		a. ,	� r the mark.	w .	.:. 1 get trc i'.i *S ' 1- t		eal.          S'l	r.'-l v an-,  .ma *�>,-�:     '	-       is -x in: t   ,'		.1 for them.	1'   w		-	' '   .; V'!1	this w  r-1    �' : an        .          :�	- �  .   - . t*     .	: a a' a ..'   '	 thousand ;..		�      c   ii- . -lei'- the c it	at:	- -  J       j  i-  f,-	-*:  : -  a:  i  :i e k :.���.   a  ' a' a :	� �'.!...ng* an :	a. 1'- 1. . -	 the } o . r w :.				.   ir. ^'	i -   ' - � : . i    i    r   '       ,s a �    a - -			 At ia a '.				p.r-   �''". 1	a-: ' : r ..- a ..: : a �	'>:.-'.  - 1.-.', .   ii		 | .pp w   re 1 t	e-ea:	the   rc*C Itlt.Ota. si   ; a.	.-.	.i     ra a\ .i.e         j	.'..-YY:'"i': Y.::'""."    '.:! '	'                         1	�xv.  '.\ .. �:	or j rli r niee:.:	U	re ad ; 'a- 1. anl an a 1	..rn	'�, j \	:r i: g 1: - y -,i a r-    .     . . .a		.-: -a   �.� j	 in.t d.t      �	1			i \ a' -	�a-:.' 11 : .�� a- -�    , :;   �	".'"�'';,�-'. r'   /'		 dd.c imv li	�f [-	regarded as nnfuv r�:.		.1 ,      I.ie.	-  � i *�-r ' .vrl:  : , 7 .         - ,      ,	:� :   �:: :r    , r		 A If r 1 ( ll I in i i' '  r  ".In' r .. F. r .i�i ay r u i the pltii: ol eoinpensalion emADcipatiuu Kiti.M. i i. 1 T V a* we.: a* '--'-ing in*t!t::t: raliin in iia lilrse ra: they ad-, ai.a -la  Boe'a c S..4   Id.lifiei; 1 1 ew Yi.rk, the*e r:a i- are ; a; t those in j r..gn an 1 n. ,,( , the Courier .; I thai cay (S> -and ti - tun!. � t.tinue :r: fav racre  treelv  I tak- II, clares that :'- that v.:y. that while ilrcel a.. vi ay s " atlerd p:ua*'.ire and . -even . ience te the an- it i asipe**, wealth and iei*;:re ll.ey Atthe *a;a- tltuc sh-rten the l.al and a ia i . the health an.i . raiert o! the laboring man " The Frea* t'atthe: *a\ r : Ills bile p.w a r;gge*t the *::;'er:orily   .< | :.s senger raliwsy- ta the ia i-y, sic w and n.cupt eriicn t omnibu*. Tho.e ro     Irightentd by the threatened invAaUm cf "..'.is city by the ran and car*, are raw to be ft und among 11.e most unc-onditional adrnir-er� of this mooe ,.f irai ei. since it ha* hceti te-'.. 1. by actual elperiMent-    And   aitbiugh  th.-ann-v �cce and bin irutx-o the railway* were P: be lo th-'-e \ r6aiding  upri   tirnar   line was most cncrge'ieaily Pro-elaimed a* : r.ooi the greatest oPthe m.rnerous ;�limlliei wind. �-re to toliow In their train, we e vet to hear t b' first v e yet to hear tbn first whisper of complaint from " one occupying j house upon a street on which i wa� aiinoune-d in Con"n-- ��n ^n.r�i'IMn  . I any ther. t0 ^a a   , ? eld in ! I o.,.,,, F\ rt Va*n a ' -go to Clark,,.,up K 'P the vicn i  ,i,ar F ti McKav n i -t. if to pr cc.;.. 'i'he iieral 1 e-, r,.-, l'l-M::    y a  \' iv p    ; � I '>  ia 'her i ; lb j r'r CoPege. al. t ia:;^h:.r , ; tAry of the Nu.y, d.el J 15th uIt., in th- 74th es Argu* say* : She was present whta in ire n.tl.-t   I' in m IP be ,-nip -M-. Win.      ' " r-'  ' -. has  ; � �    �   �'�  lb- earhoPi... n   . - : -: -i ariet :-a-r - in   I'- a . -: l,i\-r|K.,,|. a,,. . aa   .. i- :. ccr lost n ease   u: . : an a a- remedy.   Two dn ; .::,--� . t .iiaaiaiiia, an- ilisnlvei! in :..! too tableispoonitils of ii... . ;u . tnree or four ii -am, ai ta-a.iic ; IP- - tin; torn:.. No aenl dr'ni. i;.,. wal-T. i r : a-r and writer, rh-y ti d'-- i I eili.iiil'.-i it' n"r-ss:l:v. Mrll \ -a;...-it- d. hut ti"' pa' -a; -heap-- '   1 i -r dr.ill.   Gsrgl... c -  ii � -   All I: id aiat-ra.'- r .'�o      a- ' a sE'a i,l L' as AppauLii -:.Aii:ii - Ira N' -'.i \ ' a J   :rr.al -o t'-minerce. of the --:p u.t . s..y- V--terl.iv Marshal ilyub-r- se:zc-.i a e- . .: 'la; r". n '1.-: suspicion thai *hn wa* atiout l: ; ro;ee 1 � n a '� > aire t ir siav-- ll wa* the Ar.ier �cap. '-ark Anteiop.e. and one er il.e suspicion* feat are* ot h-r flltmi: up w a-thai -he was takfn ii ex tra -up: ias- Two "! the crew ef th- slaver Hale-, late.y -.hargf'l. w. le-a I    h�v..- geg� 1  Marie-M :, 1 \i| ..1 * Pt#�nger rai.way is laid. foAoETKup Minister - A olden i ieruymaii ei p time, the Rev. Mr. I'arker of. Frinceio oe. of the Legi iotion in ben ka n, wl.ti I, r - 1   Wa,: >V   .am and Mary ! ,.,-ap -:y a t A p.-. riean Secre- : eimrct -a\--lairg. Va., on the I r.,ri a. lur* gc.   The N'.'.r!olk:.imi , . .;- ; ^eni-'ona - i iia-.a     f Wa-hiugton -tc.ro-- a a sal -a � i        Harry w ,;. na. -�: :f. :. : It .a. ta:iK-u?re*- i,-i, p- r . � -a gt  ! .   � � i.ng    I.   the -am,- :na   . � � rt rrl ::: w ar.       n . r: a o � - t : afr' rili-h evei-ful rev-men of mmsures ol mind been fot yean in th- kabii of paying t--r the B Government; bui, at the period "i '!' re�s I meant." PA^rtaryG BaCoh Hams.-A writer In tbe-.vu'A-*m PlanUr, over tbr -gnature of" London," SAy, " Mj bacon althoi*n^riabljMceUei>t,-- e, ao food �i�t - ^JjBffcwpe-- 1 t I �:i: ii.   having    : '.en *e- n .: wa* j r-*cnt ii hen he s c- 1-tTa:* 1 .rail r: sn irKi : id* ex-1 la* speech w- r.a. n  i I rirst in pea^-.a pr-: la , Sne had kne wn G. a. him ia her latber'* lio::-e. delivere i bet ro y'cngre.-c the rharacier of Wash ngt n,   >i treme embarrassment in the Kali which had well nigh overeon c- : n1  ! :- s-a t-upart �elf-pOi.�e*sion, a: i hi* a 'irnslu - :     ----    Shf John Marshall.'as I Tuet .5 a.-l,, ,. ,1 '.:    I' :a. e 1 Sta'--. administer the . srh of c-Ib-e t. '.L-Tia- J-rT-r.-i . In ISO]. and hear! Jerf- r.-oi; dei that mem. rab.e iDagural, the phra.-e* an l 'd � ei * 1 o: wbl 1: may till be detected in e\cry .-.riai - �jmr down to th.e present time. nv y- a - . i P-a . i.; I ilciv - ;a; livar,.    II- �� A- M a ' -    ��    1  . . ,,0l, �� u-- ^a.      ll.n tr.i." sve-ageol 'he ,.nvlbu* live ye -aiiie way p ,   and i�ieafe�i thejije of ad ng.ge . ,,-rong ructi rviuu-i-' .oatixo Battariava.-Dnrioff if* ' � ' ' Br '-is.'i f}o�ernn^�>i �onMr'  that UrM won! 1  'i--. .thin poio* 1 b' K aid be bn.k.a r ' a '�UIA-'. w i' b
                            

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