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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1861, Dubuque, Iowa I U s 7 r a 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 UME as 10 105 then eai fetthen T j r with If we look and of and those new and their from each it must be that she 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 met a from I letter Decorah After oon f MaU on the which were 44 sore that perusal of this The Felae f At a prominent wholesale store A A I wo are home I see him him tod his position If the hard F d Bl t i are yet to ought to rejoice that t About tbo ring UM loot la Iwk Woo A iM Mag in and distinguished for large dealings with Southern fc to troth the statement that I 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 We examined the Not wouW not touch I tnis conn laterally and he and to the conclusion that I They were not success I t t is well known that in effort was made by ead it is one of the most Selected I you think that any bank take it or any part of it I said during the can rason that was bly be devised In the grows in swamps and J malaria Its when represent and when sharp swords They t valueless as food for any wbo as the and are merely as weapons of defence The trunk of the palmetto is too 1 in regard to the Mr mOMy never In all relations he has mse our regard He is not done when he has made a iky l llm aw pE VW 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 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 so as to make a reliable defence against a 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 f A aL 9 A f robbed the Federal Union of its I ts ready never obtain credit anybody Thery 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 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 t it moderate He has nobly and ably de- He Jus stood mise to 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 to sending them to recei riters etters 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 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 I of I it keeps 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 a mouse around the eagerly What the Bamum t reason the the Union which reners his labo numerous the condition of the people of and that it appeared to with moderation It need remarked thai the result has so cry different from what was then anticipate I M colored A H and 4 percent year without we with which have to from which we derive our we nave I always been and interested spectators The most aad of fellow meo persists that a manu that ured and so worthless for or even has been selected by the insane I as in favor of the 1 truth he o are never the ot one man Northern Iowa may well be proud of her they suffer as He has proved able and Should this there When the North will il mei great reason Why the been able to control is that i re-elects her able men Let the I a Jour with however with the is a 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 have taken any I mired of comport with our policy so to do to rive the representative of a oar rights are invaded To the thoughtless It no of painful to over the aad m portion of them i m r t or r this we are off And the it have some such im- ha aid the fugiti ingers over the it one of those wood sone of then even In tke late mile a speech I They have a hereditary title to the -i saw m A attention last in an article to the enterprise about to be by Mr T for the mail route from this 1 to Lake via Bay de Marquette The object of on the pi the is to consol all the 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 ing advantages to the extension of their have with which in this case will bring its own as we are1 the sum of six thousand dollan in The task Mr inconsiderable one A nearly fifty miles through an un- certainly a formidable buti with the encouragement and ad to its of its su a in Montreal lit put papers honest not II l t and lied powers is earn The move denominated Oan Islands In mwl cheerful looking I and from his dark br the there is a moti metto plant is in the of all white blood contention wakh Booth the hot its maeh amused at the We ask for erer rises aboye a worthless he becan by it I for the lf f requested to answer a fcw to his for the information of the anil the purpose of anything have forgotten in Us narrative of we would that ia their respective Ami lo the ef oar which has I shaped by the loss of blood and so I except in tko wd ike wisdon I as the heraldic emblazonry of and under I the mighty of which we ten enjoyed Tri this whole itr We owe to and lattoM between tke Slates those powers to that we should f to lire in those who have to be on the streets of the w aT there have been by the General Assembly of than in aay State in Ute Union of blood morning on streets of oar it would night was one of more among a certain than Oar attention was rben passing in front and on their part in the aay portion of this hemisphere bom in in the year 1816 His my mother fcr after British thk A and i from It round to for unable to ascertain ay master's wife and a kind and Witt of any e not and it the of his native I their to at Trinity and whose that seat of Mr with that and on last peculiar to the not View I the upon a trial MNd lat eaj I in at law other than as the of disposition tke I tat woolsack was tn the war between UMH new gor- to bat front exactly tell 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