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   Galveston News (Newspaper) - July 24, 1856, Galveston, Texas                                BICHABBSON & CO., PHOPRIETOES. VOL. 15. (.ALVKSTO.V TKXAS. I'll TRIWEEKLY NEWS PNJTPI 1mi�> ob TJHl V.TKflWO-l Oi fUK*DAY �i HIOHABBHON .1  CO. , ,,.iaD 0-General Np��. Koi-elcn ami IA.mc-!n-lit commervla!tuit-IKifi'ijcon-t-m �h<�principalmar-tin ot the xxurld ; to the Agricultural Intcrei,t,,,r il,,-natrri loth* limiTov.oi.iiiit and discoveries thai r be made conclusive to our Agricultural anil Com-aiTclal pronpertr: to Politico only io ;t�r ."limpur-n'. ohuiiMdi OoTeruro.nt are th.rrtiv- affect ml-�� yiwelleJaeout article* In reference to our pa� w* ,rv: to BloerapblealSketcbetof xreat men urtbn ind gih�r oooBlrin: to Anecdotes and 1�le.i of humor tciwIoMttf: w relisjlov* controf eraie� rarely, and � vrwoM resection* on private character �.r(? -TERM*:- WObT DOLLARS per year, payable  ) AATRS OF AOVEIRTISIttOi i-.T. S*�we (lea lln�!� '.f Agate) ilrsl Insertion *1 UO "    *    each *qs*eQ.u*nt JO Vich alteration of an advertisement SOc. per n.   \  I'SASO HHITI. ... . t. vr hkf:> aoardod ii.THI. HFJCMANIC-!* KAJU ol BOHTON. nod th. fKANhXIN  INSTi- ,rLpn:orpuiLAi�KL rn 1 A. a)sc> Iho Sf ATt t'AI A Ai ,-,r -.-..irt;. if-.- pnict!''' .  �   ... i.�> :itl!.- :. H.'r i i n.ir pr.jf�r %: lv. Hi/.'/ li a >'/.V  ur yoar? S>r (mp.rici *juar(-Tb� partJcular atVnUrin cf nnrChas.rsund r wHctted to an cxamtr----- _______________^ ..... _______ _QRASU A3SD *J1 \hr. T!ANO= incited to an cxamirinllor. ni ilmie ------- -intfjiAKr. riA" " NSION CKIlJCIJ ,�(:�):. i-Wan"ii. Iloth-r-rP'.poct  XoHan fi.'.'ncLir.i-r. ati^mrLt^. la ^pl.v.'liO 0?'!TV.�. ;t\�' r^r�        �. T.l       ill' d Or �^|. Or v. O. AdvertiKrinrnf". HAIR WORK. �laDW TO OKPKR. Br V. STUBEXRA(,'(.'�. An it iK�. T5 Bor�l Htroet. Nav, chi.anM 'pHK.inlr.tUhllthroentlolh. South, wlier. all l.m.t� m cfOrnainanUl Hair Work la en.culed, auch j� iMtitli. MMaVi, (liar* CMm. IV. Oaouu. M* .4wsV CTta�.or ru��; alM.pnuun�nul Work iu firm.' >r '"il? 0? II. D.-nfiWITT. .'.r-m. ; >. ^ I ami v.r?et.N>w(,irlf>nm uhular >iEbiriM�s. top. Ptlr: Rv j. WRIGHT a CO.. at thkiu mewc1nk VVAKKIIuUSF. No. SI CnAnnus Btekift, Str* (nartvr. In qmntltlei to stilt rrtrr*?".� .1. a. r-Airefeprock-e v�iMin-oi. THORN'S EXTRACT       _ WOLWH AROMATIC WHRtPAM Mils >i|'-. lOl'LKY-H VKOETAM.E raTTKHS KIWHTOS. CI.ARK * c�VH COO 1 IVt 1. �hi �:n>LiTZ ani> �Sda powdkk�. VnKBll.fi OASAWAf ffiBMIFVnr: KARRKL'8 ARABIAN MNIMKCT. HAKTINK'M LOTION. llALLKV S MAGICAL PAIN EXTI.O-.' JOHN BUI.LHKAIWAPARILLa. PHALOS'H IIAIll INVIOoRATdl; UAI.LARD'H HA1B DTK. SAND'S KAHnAPAlULUV MOKrWHCOMPOUNURVKlTnl-'Vlll.l.iiw !'� K MORTlMaBSRBfcUMATlC (dm|iii� m. rrown-h RffiRKCTR OF jamaica i. iN i    , wx)plani�T8�rrman WTTKKs. MKXJCAN MITSTAM) i.isimknt jf:\0>AVn� ob HKiiri w i'i.\kti:l. f'lmni'i' i.n.l r;i^ |,:.rt t . ISnll. i r.- � " fML I i: h:i �� i.   1 \- 1      u.. !. m:. ) ii'-nM.thri r :im rou�< 9\-< would rnnr,' IM i'- 1- .� 1"* .r.l Tit'i.t    ''o""'>r>". �ddr�.d to iv. wi'l h' r�'r^ON!-T{S pahlle W. eautionadI a�aiui,ii. .1*-i*.fS.i��ltlon lntli#alK)�t.ualo..a.l.r "!�,,*"t,,i,1ilill �rk im|iirt�l from rarlfcandna��ln*ii..lf.^.cut^ .litTtJSf Ualr rurol�h�l hy irualomara: ih.retorf f� *ei\horid he r.vf caref* �llh �b.�n tt.,\nW tS-tr 8ArA.'3Pl.l aaaortmenl of WATCIIKS and JKWKI.RV �2>n^SSt No. 7S Rot it- l�t�.�� 0���.�n'1. JwJjfl'liT�tr.Ma. If 7011 *l.h to �rt t.h� r.id Hal ...,-d.ar rrt.nd^ ^ KTKUBENRAVC1I. Am,r ftU�-'3�-U No. M Kofal Hu-^t, nV'!>�..n Cuiiomliowi N-'.v    andBl.Brtll.Str.eU.-N.* tlrl^.ti. t'HARLCrMYIlrTe. �o� TVHOrjPrTOUI.AS 8TRKKT. XIW OKI.I'A s'a �uwi>�orura or c*ff*t, Sawal Ira a and Tiawarw. and Deal., la Mam, Oraiea, S�a�* Kara.. oana'.aaU iMIH:i.t WKiKK'S KVM.T MP r.fvrcwnlr ;� mi   . UllYAVH H l-MOMf \V\-  lURkVS TIUCOI HKIKU  mcLak ire vwiMiraii MOJTAm MI.LH RRAN1>RETH'W I'll.l.S PKKKV I)A\1S'fi PAIS KILI.KI.. All M whlrh an1 warranti-il frrnimi.' :     �ti] l�. vr ai>linl In uny quantity. i-> miii IMuuxit-. nn.l Wh..li-a�a 1^' -J'i-- uttd 'in nttiri' t^v.rithl.. fini- tti:i\i M'^ rfvu i..' i ,      � �'� f-.i'i th*- lin.j.t ii-i.t- thi-rf. .f\\i  .'V. 11-!��;� i . .   -i '.'mpl.-n' -,.;t..i.. r.ff t ''j "i:: i'yi^ "'p'i     '    ..... I. WKIOHT .. i   V. . I I l.u-r.-.M-. - -��'1SI-      ' !.r:ir(':ilr;,i.S.-i'. Iir'n'rn... HHOMM LOTH !   HKOAtM'MITH ' f ! \(>KTTl:l:. i.liiit'.IlK � f... ; \i-. 7i'Chart � : i^ aoext�nalT� aaaorunnntuf ()i riuun mm i   ri . RrouctoibJ>ueaklnii1ysnc>-Ca.>.^ni<'ri^ Vi-�nnt-   n all kind* olTajlorincTTiniiiiiiiit'. of ,|ir f,�-ll 1" \	\V 1  111't �' [          ,{ _     1		 tli:u	�uli -1 � � n	f'J ii ! i. 1	i   i i ! i i � -             i	 hi\\	. !� r..li:',!'	In) Ht.             '�'	 �    .;'*i,'. Uit'ii		� 'if' h � �.�   i:	 hi �		��' � >:/�� ,y '	 Hum:			 S'li		V'l'.!:'   .	 It-it		' .1 -   N ; t. j �	- . . , Y< [�.		-i '� *-	 S' :iU		K.;Ma'�-.	. ..   w \. '		Ii mgu .�i i	- � I ... t   >h>	f S.-:t..		s�iro 1 -11 *-	i ii .   . 			 S.�r. -			''' 			1   .r, . 1' !		a!'-!. n.Jrll	 U i3|		" .J.Vl'l.'hl.         v	 I K-iniir. �    S..I.I ill Hi.- I i or hii..m M. .1 �.*.--.. tuvl (,:ihr-.:on . II, , V. a-limiT!" ��! l;ii.k.->�..<. i, i:l   i" . 1 i I...-I..... ' �' tr . I'r.'^y.^. . :\iiii i\    I'..- ^ Un�ln*id lo �ell pi v>o i  kti:>. W\|{|{\NTKI� IX kvki1v !il>l'F.( i A REMEDY A IN ORMS. KS^&'^'r^ffi*T55 W.ln^O'lri" ,�.f to �ell lor ____     jeilrefl buyer, of trrur* to a aboT*aaaertion > ��iS"DrBa�&^a�alBai Ibia market are 11 rrnI.� fork: vihoaa paraonal attention l� gUrr, i�.'l i tor hit houae. law. jRSilr �Mata�ln. Htr.'t PIANO rORTaW *r. � HltiUfll    ':'   1 .f ' hrr�- rmii!'.  > ' ktTlt' t�- '" !'i iiilfilllill'l**'!   i' ' 1- ava Ibr idluSntithemaat.r-laailn aVock or Pia-M la tbt ctlr, and ___kS'kl kera aUlid aaoaMaV lb aaVaaoa or all othera. a� la wall known I SirlMka>a bad an omrttmity In compare, and i h. �' arasaauaraoabraoonliberal verma. ESfwSmSwt theinoatappra.*4 eooalruetlon -t OhaZl >. and lor parlora. tSSibar with Ouiur.   r ^C. .rtar^ mCc. M^^ffc&t. >i.irs�-wtwly       13Camp airMt. Sew Or!'�n. PITTHBURO MANWACTUKK1' wasowk. CART*. DRAY*. a� . TIB auhacribara haee on hand and �wwnn..ii.lj , ,,, A recairlnc from their muutbetary at Itiijhiirir. ranaarlTanla. PlanUUon anilaadWafonii. lor horw and oi.a. Caao Wagone and OarU. Prajra, o x and 11 m -Vtr WheaU �lth and wlthotit a ilea: warehoti.. �ml itaaaibaatTruikt; Jeraar �nd 6iB't��a�oii�. i�at-ata and other caru far horaaa aadoa.n; liandrarit baarbarrawvol e.ery deacrlptloa. and all othrr �i tWiala lha whealwri�b* ���. paoVol the h.�t �� aiatd auuriala, and warranted to b� muvrtor t.. �n frli't!  !���. n n-nirtlli-m f..r WnlTilf. out i-ximtI. |m h:; tnnrr .n 1. * in*-rlK'tini!   li.- . i-l.titf*.!. N'.tt .i:t.*li:� �!. titi'l :t t�-ti>�.|i n.v.t rUlli*'l     'I'-'!".'.' W.-rtii-v w|. .\l.liHl.   Tll> .1*ii.l'ttl"ll 11 "!ipji.irt�'>! til*' lit".', .inltii tt' |itn � ir,.u .   i vitimlii in t In* . ottuti i    I     r. ti i-.u i �V I v i I. � - t  \ S � |i| \ \ VI I.MII I r xiiK\i.th. in i--1 i M,.i,nni I  i. ',i '  iii ii- ..j" riti-.n. mi.I iu..,.  i :i-!\ -Hi. -.  -..-ni.' . t th.- . i ui|ii.Mii. �''�Hi'. .m tit.  W.-iiit. ,i,        L,, �uir. tian.i.- ,   \t:S. \ ..'    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Hi "i i i' Ml'l -   \\|. ' l-IIINl.  I 1 ti mi it u (ini)ii \ >i �ra^unwt�ire.�hlc*winheeolda�reduc�t pri.-.�. Wwar lhaB_aaT atbar ertabUahwient In th. �>uih *ra paoavV. Purchaaara will nod It to their Invreai ' re piircha^tnf �|i�r�. W� u�a cona but black locuat huiia. ino h.m ,C�KP.>i'0. l>A Kun-iM V.inli.lo ^r.ci. New Orl.a Ni. ,�! ( Ini- .   -        . N.-v i'        . i .'I |.riife->;l!  ' ' �OI TIIKRN H�TA\^ . l:\ .li'HN DAKRV. ill  AIVIUMA �K"H.NKI> t"i Ai-i.lfltll-. - i."  hi.,1 (',.,.-.. � Iir S..1HN    I'l"'" *l T.'.ti'lii'i * a 1 .hint n oi.pv i'.11 . xirnin.i' l-ni - l.iili ' L arn: 1*1 lh.4ri I*. Itintl |***.-ti.M! .At. 1..."*-IW ' ' MAIXEVt MASICAL PAIA KXTRAtTOR. Taii-t'i" WM^^Vir^r^rrr.aH I allilbiVoiawr thlnffa relieve; moreover a aa4aanattakahiti control over thr many Maw aajesi, whloh now d.H.t ALL *th<-r IpaTa. evea of Burna, inauntly. _arai and a van Rmall Pot,  e ralaa wau-r bllat.r nr tor. Ha^a^taMraaTand eittnial inflania'.i.v. �traWona,Colic anil Flu dlm-tly Semaloaaae.qoietand atrnngih. VkAetbtow. S�w� Sd^aaT^la^^ or SmartV al.rl. NaaValLuiallpolaonaandhumor eitherh.rediur> *r lafaaad by Iw.ea, horaeta. moaqultoea, rrji't-,.-, rabidaalmala, oorrupi bodiaa, or plant... I',ai:m-> .i ill....... V' sv I   ll.l I I.. . i r , i M.I \ i' I |. - li.i  t:.-i imil m U ^ . , M.I is W, .li-.i!.....r.. 11 Ult' 'T'. ''li 1 "' ilni .'' Ji || i' L' U L I li h i! K ; nf Mathrljirti1 l:..l.li, M.ilit ..ir 1 nli 11  --mi. rn 1 x I i l'l... "�!!.. I I 'it'.tAl -rtll.l ^ -I*. *l t;.....!� mi.I Ki. > txll l.l-^ll.S n I'fln 1 ,1 111 (k I \t Hlanl'a scrii'. o( Hl�l .  n..1. liar.Ictt's i~.rti'�"i' Phll.>i.iipliii.� i..i � .'i- r ' Moiin-llh A MrNallyM Kcl i''  "i li.-i'if lapla'-i"lmk � Knk'l1-'! driinimni. *-S..i.ii h> WM. M AliMSTIlONd .1 UK" nar.'.M���'! x llnlxni-t.'ii.T.".a nl .in.I ii PUSH KlIKTfcS ANDt'lll lU'll IIKIIANS. llrgan MKI.OPKt'NS. IIAltPSlinil.------ kln.1 nl Mihii'al l��lrran. nl rale aril retail. , , . .  ,   . N.� Mu�|i'ilaily nf tvi.i.... ��!�  .n..t � "Vivond li.in.irliiirili (iiiMii (..1 -i'.- nl#l\' -llniro-iwlliii- Hixok" mid M.-ilnnn. � i.'t � �>< ; \ 1 ' x t.-.x 1 i'.-U.KNTl.i 11 I 1 111.1. Kit. 1 I    .nr     � ii,,._. i    ,.,1. �;hi-: it m"i:� u:i:y viiniii i' wori.n y t-r ; 1. I L \TIO\ I VNI' .i:....... b. m. .t k. A. tl jt� Whlllm-k. Nlehota A IV.) U aVefcano* all re. I, raraer Ma�aH. l�r�iiEiii ir Cevaac Iraadlrx. V?la.v, �tj�r�. rt<-., .ir. lf.Bt�roi Paioftle Brandaof Vlrf-lnln Inlw.-.-. Avn Whiileiiaui IH-jiitm is r I K K ii ROCI.H I K�. iv/fA'. In a Una Willi Park I'lu.11111 lili.Ht aliove the Axi   irk Church. marlS-oill x� DUEAHEaor THK I.I^IOS AKO THROAT. 'PlIK treaitneul of (heap .pivlalitl.-, |�irllcularly a> A l.ndisl hi. bv KDWAIiH JKNNKK I'OXK M. H.. i.lil�-'.Vi-lyu Camp Blreet, New Orloana. TORAKO WJK THK MEXICAN AND TKXAS MAItaKTH. RICH heavy and black lVihacixi, In hoyaheada aial _ DAIta. aelaclaxl cipixiaf*T fcr the Mexican mid T�iaa MarkeUfuar-jMeoW (oal i" aamplr. ALHO-Chrar Tobaooo. of x nilon. quallll... ouonunltr on hand, and Ibr tel. by YrRNKttJl HKS8HAW. (�M�'.W-wly IK. Camp itreel UK i H lis Hill U 111 .x .Mi x:n[| [�!;,,. Mobile. 111. .V.- 1 LV 1    >|�..> WlKI I i.�.x \Vll -i 1 i. u'lT;! CcmiU'**' on Me I.\ \( h. , Ml. II K'.'1 i- � \l E. l. ii1:,:: � 1 i.lll' -\l.l. V.o- � I- Mi- ll .-. 1 II n.i.. IV; ..i i o 11 - - - T e S� I ... I.e.,1   l.i....... �n � Al'" �    '- I'1' ml II-11 M.-t'i i.V-   -lupl'ir.    -� ". . ..i.t..........I. . xi itr.mv \ .x. 11- �hi.i'i M'.XTi'i';.  Kirixl. 1 11,. .1. ; ' ii r � .1 t; i;m.i: xl. \i: I.m �st \ri: 1 � -i ,i,i.i-iii'i. ;-i 1 i I ; of I H'.li'. \i.ll . j..itii. i' "ni "h 11 >.. .11 '  1. ll H.II I'l l.-i .1. \l I X\ 111)1)1.1 I.l .  ix l.l.n VN 11 .hi v ' II. nun; ii 1 l' 1 I. Kill If. I I'*.. 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T.-va.. : ii :i|>l'.  1 i . 1 |...':i t'Ttti 111 InM  ;ilhl \ h tlitt \ . il..>    ll.'Uln.-.   -..ii 1 :i Inl' I" i.utiil. .11 ilia* in..nil, .r Mm M'Yit)*r ti.i-l (iniMucnil-'f � Ajf-rn-r/f' "i i in .1! ii*1-M-nii*- 1-�ill in It - \ a*> :m.i p" N. -t.     .t:  ivir.-tl     *a> i h if I   .< i- ur, rtl.M'-'    1 I. 1 ' i-ilj . 1..| l lU'-i   � hi' � 111 1 till'!-! tin:   \ li  Ijtitii Wiinuii" :�' iim* i>m i-h m mm. 1 n . t�ei.p> a\tM v .�!'�:�� u.niMiiii i-f \ muiu  tlij.-i lt�f�0"�. a;nl � htrii I'Ufni"' N- -.�r^.-s.^i f.., t ami U'ttiitv iti 1 li-- w .ir'-i W'-'.i'i.' iin i*.m .i>-,1 ,i me air ttiuiul nil ,n(-r (in1 Stair in .rr>;u ;r uu,l I will kn:�t , itnil *ni -tii'*l� l-trnl-x .i* � iil u- \\ iVi'in lUr i'i i vai-niy iin]!;,: -? jh-r �ri >. � auh;; lu lhi: MTV I'&iild utiiaiti'i:iu"i:l -ii' pul-lsc uui.i  invr .-u gn r�-tl in uir Ijiii.I lni�tii.a.m, ihi.i i-nh-.-.nK'iitU t '�m- .i<.n Atl'l Hn^tull iK'lwt'fii llii' tilh iiltil l.'lh  . II. MllKitnit Tii.^. t: i i.niiiioii. t,alvt"HttMi; Hon. K, \. I'n.iiK'r. Henry I', (Vrkin-. >Sm.. ami W. W. Oli*i*r, SprniKt,.-!.!; Hun. H. J. Ji m ti. iv�-iiwllli'   Xililrt'** nn� Mt i^jntnufii'Ui.'^'vi'^. mil il l;i "i Mitri h HfWr Him si K*�rt Ik-- M-im-^. l. / ti y /.' /. a i /. I i ,         ..        ill- � lll.l n. :. I \\l i'\rrn;l i: i |l.,n /in.' -1...I I . .-.-ii-iii'.::'. .'-i I. I ..I l.'.l If.. ' I'll I l'..l.l i �ll iiI Tiii �I W..i ixiii. NO. 10. � Ml' -It <-\ 1 |.fy , �i.ilO,;!-- i'l'-nfli \\ .t Mm - i'..� tin: l <,;�! -;iiiPl-"r-, I" .''itton.yh'jci-thi 1 uirt^ niii'   i't cit .iT run-�.     . \s .H'ClttlllVf. 1'. (... MJ1 1 :i.(Cl I.l-. ii.-W. .'.Mi iri\'in*' |n:'.li' ,n-|"Mi;;'Mrii-i!! i'l.'h i:t|-i ; iu --In i \ \ rul. � - implem. ni-. it Tiahiv :.: :i ^rrf it: x-.-.rn- Jl.iinKi i l.i-Hi. Xil-.li ini, iipplii- :i:i!i'-i'i' I' ll"-l>:.li.!l r. I n..� 1- m'' ..p I llmi.l i.:i i Mill- l.u- r � el I--.-.-.I Mill h:ai;iiKn l".f..i. Mill-- Mil'ftll I or 1 H..|-..--.. (!Mll)CStOU JlflDS. X't.-ii;i..r in \i'i.m�h-li.u IVuii;,.r '. h i-ii Hi. Kiv.i- :i 11 in i n ist rut in u run away, , ic.iiii.'ei] .i iiifixi.-iotiiil (Jnyi I'iiinrnt. Anil .111 |iinitieil tin- 011K inomlici' of (lie late Cnhinel nh.. i-croninril faithfnl, l>oii Fermlu Ferrer, prc-iiknt Men 'Walker then InncA lb. ?ol-lowing arlrlrcis tolhe people cf Iflcaraguo I came tn Nionrnjaa to *ecur� it? peace anil l.wperlty With this view 1 signed tbe treaty ol tin.. 2M ol October last, andawlsted lo uulioW the ilnn-mmen'. nr-janlywl timler its provision' Oni Hi.. t.irr..:i niii'.'in I'm 'ruin aidiUK nip to ijitv i'l-i t'.Mi nfiT'Taent oi wi.it treaty, tigs . tUn-'vu �butaU�b iu the way. anil has ended by eiideiiviivinj to itlr tip civil strife within  he IVpiitilic 'rltratiue an It may appear the l.ite Rii-ii-, AilmfuUtratiou has attempted to .-i-i.-dtt truublef umi 'liQiculties, anil war be-tnecn tin peopli. ..ml 'he American- they ikiv>- invite') hither. II was not enough that the Amcricapa -.huulil endure the peHlilenec al (Jrunada, for die purpose of cnniioltilfttlnR the late Provia-iiipal llovorninent anO vceelvc no eompenm-tiott for the nervices they vondereil at the ex-neii^e of ho uiueh bufTerinK anil no mach death. It xvn- not enmmh tliat they should pmir out their blnoil at Rivas, in order lo maintain tbe pence imil lionor nl' the Sla.!*, and then have | the Government refuse to provide them with the bare necessaries of life Ingratitude was mi! Mifflciunt to (rfatify the era vine for infamy whicii consumed the vitals of the Government uu.l troiiMiin became necessary to furnish fresh Inoil to the appctltv for obloquy nud contempt Tiny seek to repay tbe debt to tlie Americans by cxcitiri'.' the iwople apaiURt tbelr bone-laetom ll : thu- 111.111 ilest tliat tbe Provisional ilnvermncnt has not only failed to fulfil its promises tn the AmericttuH anil its duties to the people, but is n'lilty of the unormoli* ci iin.-of instigating ltd eitiisena to civil war. Ami lo aid it in these objects, it has coalesced with the armed and declared enemies of the Republic-with the forces an illiterate aavuge attempts to pour over the plaina of Nicaragua In addition, the Government has attempted to pmlonjr its existence, by taking front the people tbe privilege, of electing tbelr own nilers. And. as if farther to mark its hatred for freedom, it has banished from the State a Cnhaii patriot, who, despairing for tbe present of lii- own country, has songbt in this land 1 lie honor of using hir. sword in defence of liberty and progress. With such accumulated crimes-conspiring aapainst the very people it was bound to protect-the late Provisional Government la 110 '.tiu^-ii -worthy of existence. In tne name of lite |ioople I have, therefore, declared its dis--oltttioti. and I have organised � Provisional (kivcrmneul until the nation exercise its mtturat right of electing its own rulers. WILMAM W.AIjKKK. Granada. June 30, 1866 i'vrcM nitivr im.i.H.  i m 'I \ I \ 1. i.le, in M. -.-!-. v - xi t-l xn'U^. .i'.-!n I of meal M 'II - 10 ti:.i--c i.l   II. r-i.it .ie l|o|iitiL: i, I At !! vi TV.: ;'!':. i- Mr \ o'ir? -i v. � llll l�- |ll ,1-. "I I. i!. M-i i Atf. '.' '�' uli-. WIN ST' iN. IKI t 1. IK SIHN. ,; : .: : 10.1 11,. . (,.-. I ;l, ,!Lil >..n I. INI) Vt.l Nl t . I.IH ATI.\-s)-------- iif!M:itii, ni:ws. Tin- KnitlMi Agricultural Society lifts offered a purse ol CSOO for the best steam plough, no �'.aiisUtory invention of such a machine hav iiiijycl been brought forward A -ilvcr plated fire engine for the cityol Sun Frnnei-ie.., California, is now on exhibition at nnevtsblislimeiil in Roxbnry, Mass Its coat, it is stated, wua $8,000. The silver ia wnnh �3,ooo, and tho ornamental work; cost $4,000. The taxes of Not rorlc city this year are six millions a brass propeller for the U. 8. steamer Rosmoit, was cast at Richmond, Ya recently wbeighing 27,00 pounds, and said to be 1000 poundi larger than any other composition casting ever made In the United States. Wkalthv Paiter- Catherine Albert!, a beggar and fortune teller, died in Ualiegh. N. C, lant week. On examining her effects $'26000 tn gold, silver and notes were found, together with evidences of her owning a plantation in Kentucky, and 20 shares of railroad stock. Around her body was a belt full of Kold coin It is said lo tie a well known fact that large sumsol money have recently been forwarded to Walker, from Havana PCBLIC llEBT OF TUB   UsiTKn   STATES - On tbe 1st ol' June last the total debt of tbe United States amounted to $40,309 76. Since that time this amount has been reduced to $31963,892 08. Satisfied -Two priBOueis. It. J. I.iflord and Samnel H. Karthutsn, broke out of Nashville jail, on Saturday night, the 6th Inst, and returned the next evening voluntarily and sun-ended themselves They determined to have s spree-had it, and were satisfied ; an we learn from the Banner. So Bopbt or it -Daniel Judd, ex-member of the Cincinnati City Council, who was appointed police officer three or four weeks ago, has resigned his appointment to the.hands of tbe Mayor, for the reason " that if he honestly did his duty, he should have the whole police force of the city, down upon him." We were personally informed by a Captain of Police in New York not long since, that the performance of his duty was Impossible, in consequence of the protection extended to criminals by the Aldermen and Magistrates. Vigilance Committee- are necessary in both places A>�> Orleans Paper. National Debts.-An arrangement by which tbe present rsce of men pay for the blackguard conduct of their ancestors. Tbe Englishman living in 1858, hss to pay not only fur his own pugnacity, but for the pugnacity of bis great great grandfather. Although tbe Duke of Marlborough has been dead about a century, his acts cost the British Treasury as much to-day as when ha was fighting with Prince Eugene It Is only the other day, that a return was made to Parliament, by which tt appears that the Treasury had compounded with the Duke of Grafton by tbe payment of �197s�Wfi��h,Jor.aa*�Mau�! pension granted by Charles It. to his illegitimate son, tbe ancestor of the present Duke of Grafton. Finances oi- France.. .The deficiency in the French budget in tbe last three years Is 1,200 millions of franca. Seventy-six mlllllons were paid out of the public treasury to keep down the price of bread In Paris to prevent riots, and the Industrial exhibition cost eleven millions. The dinner at tbo imperial christening cost two hundred thonsana francs,_ .11 ITv-ui; UeavTOK li. il l!i'l.K-Al.l: AN UoottllK. hlhillllll;.'. ti cuu.-il ill the A N t' S!1H T |l:uN WtlHk. hi..- Mill- .x... will 1.. Utatik:. "k .-xet'.l , .1 1. I!!i |,ii,l,;l.l II. - -nil l,!n.l .,.!'r, , .aieiiin,', an. Inir eveeuu-il ill the 11. iit - i llmnl.. fHf-Our cliai'ip-* aill. in all lr.-tiin.iM. I.-,..n, III ais'iiiilane" v. itli III- Nen H'leun- ami M..Oil. t.tl.linricd pric-v l--r ."ict-. u-rk   niiil ill tn.rL i' iti. mil" Sllol. xi 111 tie llil'lllllt.-.l. MIT.I-HY .1 > xN'l>t:ii-..' li.i!\.-ton. lily je.-Ixxx.iix J. STOtKMAV in m.TAii. nnririnyi. I am.i-on-Texae. TK!:v f.t - ,-iie. i.n-l kern-, outislantly on liand I.,iv. ... i 1-ted stock -f Drug.-* �.in-, i.n.i i'll, ii'inil- P.'ifimiery. I'aleni M.-iin-lli,   .'.. .i'leseiipliotii, nllf lnlly .ini�..!iiif M.slu Hi n!nn tetule i tl .' t  l. How to Make C'howpki - There Iran �rt in making chowder, us many of our citizens il '.o tin � �,ile o, -liipiucllt         . .   , / 1 lie pinmp.lv rendered. . cau testlfy.iud almost anywhere on our coast, n"n^ur ml^Hl'ii 'lZ \ *he� ��> are to be had for the catching, it is jMi-r. v. ii�.riiiiutf raii-� 1 a favorite dish, especially with pic-nlc parties. The following directions are worth preserving: 1st. Use a covered kettle to make your chowder in, and cover the bottom of It with a thin layer of salt aid* pork. Cover it well up the sides and let the slices be not much thicker than a wafer, and it will both serve as a seaaoner, and to prevent the chowder from i burning. -    �      - � 3d. Lay � coarse of fish-trout,mullet, sheep-head or red flsh (either or All)-cat into pie cue Pat or the Army -It is proposed by Congress to increase tbe pay of tiie army. The increase will be about forty per cent, in the case or Colonels, and gradually greater in tbe descending grades. There csn be no doubt of the necessity and justice of this measure, especially in its application to the lower grades, and it is to be hoped it will meet with general concurrrence. No one who will meet examine the subject, can fail to see that the oBeers of the United States army receive a compensation quite inadequate to the necessities of a decent support. California Fisheries.-The Monterey (Cat.) Stneiiul, says: It is a matter of great wonder why more baa nof been done open tbe mine of wealth which'nature has of old established la the fisheries of California and the North Pecltc Probably there is not in the whole'world u coast so abounding in productive Vaheries as that of oar own State, Oregon n�d Washington. Sardines, mackerel, codfish and salmoa are not found in any part of the earth's shores as numerous, as tbey are hereaway. In summer and fall, they arrive in onr bay in such shoals as to surprise the stranger. More Caxels fob Texas-The United States steamship SunrUt, now lying at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, it is stated, ii to be sent again in a few weeks for reinforcement to the stock of camels brought in by her on het last trip, and landed In Texas for the United States Government uses. It has been found that the experiment succeeds admirably, and that for tbe transfer of the United States stores across the piazza of Texas, the camel Is Perfectly fitted, and withstands the soil and climate of the country withont any difficulty. Thus far only thiry-five have been brought. It is intended in the next trip to bring fifty. Important to SaoEHaxxas -A boot and shoe company for manufacturing boot* and shoes by Barnard's- patent maelklBe-6ii� been formed in England, with a capital of $600,000. The machine is said to supercede manual labor entirely. A factory already m existence makes by it, two hundred pairs SMlay. The expenditure of tbe population of the United Kingdom for boot* and oboes Is estimated at seventy-five million* of dollars; and Ibte company, looking to a gradual extension of thsir powers of production, contemplate an ultimate increase of their capital to $1,600,000. -------� e e- A BEPr/lMCAK PlLMATB A�MOIH�H�n- Mr. George Bye. or Bbeaandoah eosutty, Vs., having been one of Um vies>president*. Of the Philadelphia Republican Convention, tbe clli-seos of that county hare held a mooting, �nd adopted resolutions declaring "that in the event be shall still continue to agitate the subject or sis very In their midst, they will take steps to maintain their rights and secure their community against the dangereas consequences of sack eandact. l.i. |-r.i(v*iio�iil Htu vices iu the cltl-:ii.j a Hounding country.     .iylSw h tiau.'i.  i lleill ALRKRT WBRKR. WtJtAM CARRIA�B ^       I. MAttR MtBTMAX at 00. TttJ einKO rovri makiv.�-ttire J porroN 0 Mas. lOlas* l*M Weal �reajewar. \.w York. E klanuaxrtwr of the eeleliraul tvn.wri pi naenl irom 1I1U ixaunU^niuiiiii. 1; i'1*?" _jr the tmmeduii* ln�poc�un of iho Pro-warraotsd sv ptswiieaa and svneipeca *a trim.  lli- *,�ix|.-,-. 111 Hi,- N ol American Mocks ol eiery description, s.it llalalc. Kuiiifi-aliou, Minium Hinl otln 1 mo       .     : w-itl glxc -|s'clsl Httctition 10 nil hu-in,     , nirist. .1 : his rare. Having rrifclixl many year, in Uir I'nite.i *;ai. -. peolaltv In Trias, and tmviittr opcii.sl ire-roiinti-ns with eiteiimv. InNlne*. hnuu-i in nil pam -f Kuixi|w . he can aflerd the tn*� nmiltlc" fjr utuiaaciUw fcrcnru btulneaa, 10 ilio�o 11 h" may i*isinire ins ..e, i.-.... JyUt-lyw BL'HHY (c Ll>ul>. fACTOItii AKI) (JKNKICM. inMlll-li'N MKltCH.VXTH.  'i-rtl>.r>. tliankl-- *   I,:,,,- lllllello  h-.-elXeil w ill elnlraver to H'-wrx - s . Tliell-�ho,, 1-011 Maik-t -If Itillk. xi h.-re lilt 1 i..'. |� > "le the Iine.i materk.1- thai 'I'" Mark,! afTml -thrr writ mmisn nr Sturfcrt pnceR. w.'irt onal'le lel'lto .'.'l-ltl l! in.l it. III. .......xtcrol: J. ru 1 lit .% I'AIXTIMi. for ill" |wf.rn;Uiio '.In n--,|H.elflill>   M.lii-ll. ;in illlitlilrtlnv "' til- -;tin. .-I. txwl xlx^.1 -. lie', ,.1 t! lllty oil llilli'l ii  itii|.l" nli).' �le   o 1 OMITO* A STKOTHKR. tAiliiKs A SI) 10MMISKION MBKCIUNT-. SrU-XNI'. liAlVtSTXlS-TlA-lf. PKItS��N.\L atl.iilion Blxeii 1.1 the sale nl (j0iu111, r.�>.--ix inr 1'ora unliiiff. 1-uivliaaiu^ Kuppiica, .tc. \'l 11,.Itico �hippr�l in ua by rlxnr, and all giulK I.   ' '    - > �    - lu'n um' rlilpiw-o l'V tlx. in the ill.aelli*. of .1.1-,. . . V.I1I I'-' .-oei-ml irir ill! ol.-ll l-illey. 'I'llo-- I'.. I'-Mrixix. i'alrtlr'.d. late N -xt'th AUIvuniu. Iiiai W. siKorMtH. Corsica.ia. late- S.iuili Carxi'iiin. April ;-ii!i. -1SM� lv U-.t mini 111-r.- . kick .v UArt.lim. not over two inches square. 3d. A course of peeled and quartered potato*. 4lb A oourse of quartered onions that have been previously parboiled and tbe water thrown away-4th. A layer of loall tot at in halves. 6th Parsley and seasoning, with a gill of claret and one of port wine added. 7th. A cooeo or sea biscuit which has been soaked in 00M water. _ _   ___ ___ Hih Continne the seeoad course like the irst only let .......     " It False SwEAnmo.-Te soeh  dog roe has raise swearing been carried In tae eosrrts of New York, that a atMUng baa beMenUsal to consider the subleot, and it U nfae||id te form an association to UvvetigaWeafiwef tbe kind and W felleas- theaa te ' wae stated sons thiimselves out It ha* often�eea observed, it � fnbjki eav terUinmeot, that when then ka aiftbsng par-tlenhu to be seen, snd every body wants psr. ticnlarly te> see lv- every My Mtss)4UUly aunda an, sad snwctaally ajHItaw- JMiybody Iro^ seeing sartbsnt;. rae stated at Um meeting Out tbsfemareper-ons who made a regular fillM ot lettUg hiimselvea out as witnesses.     ......, WT. are prepared ^l^f.^'^^'V '  V'^'"it"-  "� a. .Perm 1.^ Suear. Mylvlci>ll 10 >� a p'iri' id I, ami �r free hint, or any oiher otL ill Syluc lb! lo tsjuixl #a 2\ ylvlc oil t.. iNiu.l tl s; iu I Uiisjual $1    iu Turning .........____... ______ .1 Ui .ijual g] ll .�-nl� In cauruheue Tbe �vtric Oil Lamps Are aoU al prion .1 or fl-ft*^-*-.    ��l7    �*�� ��� 01 r?J* �* oat into Jnani IliJTT I ' tealmnl sllas, and tbe additiosi of a few shreds ifthiiWslir'Je | of amokedbam lnnt oil: "3e..ii(� In si-lvle fluid; ;j i�-uU iu aylvb- oil to .<4Uil gl .'Iu I'Ai'U'lTlEa FOR Tit AVICI. IN WESTKR.M TEXAS IvKBtiONM visitius-Wc-HiiTexasor who am deau-ous of doiuc     -~"iUI- ii-isaa 1 � - � �---r-�-----i -       -     . �.        - iwivby iiiB.miedUiatthcL'oaciie.ofthiiW � if JtUl, of smoked has* ni an imarovassanl, Trnc rt Lavaua,aatl Wraierti T�ia* iu imueral, adbrdiue th� bualueaa iraxe.ler STeaiilUpaKri, aud .tr�Djrrr�aod euiurrunu every nVrtlliy far explorltiE I'-tta deVurhtM rssjKiB. aetv-nlns ........ The tsleseens bae.revealed e^%f�toN of the planet Mara tbe enlMnen nf ssajMiinhi tinged with **M red, an^ JWligMliiil by that- Mttud* �� iup^lls. The ma�*eiutwnua to be aaeat seven and a Mi b %nartm tlaM thtxt �Ti dtoated, and each 1 1 tn csxiefnUy nainnsd. ttsta-nlns trxxni tha luiertur. the _ euiiaootioa with I qnii m iwp 1 oomnapy rucctii vl>M� ttiuuoouoa wluuiibiil varying from S3 �to gio uu .mch. . whleb lake tiialr depanute fcr Vow Orleana iwwrnlaM: ofiecaUoeof which ! der Hero Whart who is an nallmrlM"! agvni Rir Uie sale i^UJeae^ma the^rtarU/Aear sjStHwll TrenMntateert, ssarreassu. An AE.nl of th,- Company aver rasdrto auayef euoaUoaa aud rowix-e roouej, t> 111 Ix. foaud at the Caa- slmlr Uou*r. Lower Udlanoui.____, IL A. fWHf. jei-lr�       k-. Wo arm tauw aVksge Oiateny and meatuned as ssggeeted. tbn� nsVl enamgb water, �o that by nreaalng down tha covet; It will kide tbe snrery oontenta, and let (ho chowder sterner ibr an haw, when tt wHt bs ready toaerre. - gerM In"-A man U T^-nssda aeklrt) ��hv J� for a lady lately, wktob used �p .'w handled and tweatyVlfht bet of tog*. the New TsvhltUr�r. /"^ � . ,-----      - _�-        -\;?''rV-� 1.^..... ;"... .:'���,'�'�!, �^^�'^iir'k'WiV-^1'   

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