The Western Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 20, 1851 Page: 1 of 4
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SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THUDAY I
m 20 1851. -
T.mnTirTVTT) on- 1 ori A 14. Jz .. ; ' aJwi
U v JjjIVXJjJ
at th ii
i tht; Gov
ngh and fa-
led to ihU
rs if needed
g the fullest'
to those who
' the cltizcm
tcs of Con
ul in all case.
a by the na-
SenirntPTloN Two UolHrap tamium. in entrant?
vt tlirt't dollars nt lltcem! ofulxnioiit. Fur six moiitlis
O111 lMlar tnul Twenty PI vt- CVnt.
Arn'EUTi"tKMKT Wilibriiiwrlw ntllii ratfni mic
him r.uuin "" ' i" iii-ii. 1 ii'ii in ii"
doltor pt-r Bfiuart' tor t'.ic lint ami fifty cents for cue
f-nltsuqueiit uw'riturt for iltri'i mimtlni over tliir
month tvtiilfivo ccnu.
Tun lines or less iontilutu
-Ai'jlicn! dm-omit will be made to those who inlvurtisc
I I I
. . rl!mtill ... Ktil 1 1 .- h ............ villi iri
'OUtll'iiU lIIL"iui ill III Ull liJUMllllim 'iiuin"i !'
ifCandlilates fnr oflicr. fue dollar.
'U l till III! riliniiililllii1tiiiMnf II 11 rl
vajte or' p'-mnml nature will bu tlmrpi'd ut tbo same
"htft m mtvi'fttomcnta. . .
r . i.iiliniU..nl ai!ii.i.iii nliiii iiliiiaivii
ftf O (F(llllllilV"-VH " "L' " lllfllll'HIWi ' ""'" "
mrart'r 'ill b iurrteil in our columns on attyttnn.
s; u All fittttrtistment not niarlitl with thr Unth
ft'hnt'tltsittit for publiration it til be inserUd tilifutbt'j
J tharst-i according y
J- r.r.GAL MiVrilTTSnMnXTff.
firlhc Information of those iuU-T.'tul n tlic puMira.
by her hot skill and constant request for
"1 wish I had an orange" the poor wo-
man said as Jane canto up to her bed-
Ptde for the twentieth time "It would
taste so srood to me.
rrlio had been thinking about an orange
all the morning; and notwithstanding her
ollort todvivo the thought from hcrumul
ilio form of an orange would over pioturo
itself before her and its giatcfrl tlavor
cvcrsc.ui about to thrill upon her nutc.
At last she uttered her wish nottumueh
with the hope of having it gratified as
from and involuntary impulse to tpcak
out her desire.
There was not a single cent in the
louse tor the lather rarely trusteu nis
In a few minutes Jane returned and
with her hand under her apron pacd
through the room where he sat tuto iter
mother's chamber. An impulso almo-t
irresistahle caused him to follow her in a
few moment alter:
It io gratoful. ho licarrt ins wnc
say as lie oponcd the door.
On entering the chamber ho hnuul Iter
citting up in the bed eating the orange
whilu IitlUi.lane uud by her looking into
her face u ith an atr of subdued yet heart-
i1 u .j:nn!r.n All fli'u lin h.'it' fit !i
tun gnuiuuun -ii. jm -
"-lanrc yet did not scetntosce for he pre-
tended to bo searching tor somcuimg
which nnmrentlv obtained left tlio room
and tbo house with feelings of acute pain
and self upbrauhngs.
ECl " '"l "ll l ll" 'urn"'"" -p-- .. q .-.rf j
W i7f;' " t -"V'-; 'v M1:!r;j:;iiw javnherr Jwiowiid;they have on
.oner the bilicer lio-m ilut it may no ttnuCT'w;-(. t J
irterorf iwsRniibo rcquirttt tu-lifieVv. .j mve no clintigo. my dear; s
s ornnges at
J1Y T. S. AUTIIUl.
said a father to his little
years of ago "go
buy me a pint of
.0 ler eleven
it'xtC (shop and
tndy. I .
At thev ?u?. ho handed her a
irter of it tfonu fcc child tool; the
uey iitid thu(Beiiud a she did so
I;ed her Jatheu the face with an
nett; sad exprem. But he did not
m to obervu ltthough ho perceived
ind felt it; forlljntlerttood its mean
. The littloigiingeredj as ifrelue-
t from somopjou to on herer-
Did you hearRu I saidl" the fath-
kcd Jiugrilyil with a frowning
v as he ob-ervqhK
auo glided froTho room and went
to the shoptBling as ho passed
ugh the stroerSp bottle under her
11. Thero thufttaiued the li(uort
returned wittmiuti few minutes.
ho reached tiionitu to her father
onked at hiui"Diiu wilti the samu
oaruet look Inch he observed.
1 wyed and aiue.1 him.
Vhatdvi yiHi iiu!i by JitoHing at me
al vv.' iii'l'Lc fcaid in a loud
ue ehi'utilnwny.Rd parsed into the
room. whero hcu'iother lay sick
utd been Mck fiirluie time and as
yc;a poor and hehubaud given to
M10 had sorrowlid privation add-
) her suirorings. (is lier little iirl
in she went nu itim Mdo of her
''l. hendiu-jr - upiI her head
lib nd. '
and if I
lad. 1 should not think it right to spend
four or five cents for an orange when wo
have so little. Get mo a cool drink of
water: that will do now."
.lane brought the poor sufferer u glass
of water and she drank it off eagerly.
Then she lay back upon the pillow with
a Mgh and her little fjirl went out to
attend the household duties mat devolved
upon her. But all the while Jane
thought of the orange and of how she
should get it for her mother.
When her father came home to dinner
he looked crosier than he did in the morn-
intf. lie s-at down to the table and ate
his dinner in mood silence and then
arose to depart without so much as ask-
ing after his sick wife or going into her
chamber. As he moved toward the door
his hat already on ins ncati jnno went up
aid with a
"Mother -want an orange so bad.
Won't von give mo sonic money to buy
"No. will not! Your mother had bet
ter bo thinking about something else than
.: r... .
The Mexican Catttlvcs.
Since our recent publication relative to
this subject the llepublic Hoi been per-
mitted to copy from documents deceived
at the Department of the Interior the fol-
lowing "arguments" between J. It. Bart-
lett Ksi. the Boundary Commissioner
through John C. Crcmony intcrpetcr
with the chiefs of the Apaches concern-
ing the two Mexican captive boys taken
from them in duly lat namely :
Maiigux Cofora(lo-y?hy did you
take our captives front us
Commissioner Your captives came
ton anil demanded our protection.
iMangus Colorado Yqitcamo to our
countrv. ion wcro well received by us.
Your lives your property Jpur animals
of this subject. J Assuming;
fivstcm orti's. that it consnin
z. -in . . . .i-v
orthOf origuiM agreemcrji in. t
nwostioh'ASciuiiriscs! whethVlihuiJjCi4 Ohlmil
i iVJT . --.--jfi rr" ITT4W
.! ti.it:.. )l.n M.1ti !. -4SV.!? trmnlV
munuiiubu uy """6 pni I0r dlS- i
chased by the blood of his relatives. Ho
justly demands his captives. AVonrilns
mends and relatives and wc wish to sco
this demand complied with. It vit$n
and as justico wo demand it. '
Commissioner. I will nowtoll rny
Anache brethren what caji boMono for
them. The fiaptives-ciuirtbtbo r5s6rcd. mrJiabiUtej arc tho exact st -fji
The Commissioner jannoVi)uj them; tho State-received? Vo havcUjwj .Jnu.
neither can any Ame 'i buy them'; iut complaint made by lomo ortidytf '
I II Ull" 1"3 IIU1U 111
is anxious to b
to their homes
that this Mexican
Tllff'lC.t ' o.rt4 T
charcmsor jiayiug tho 8cveraiaip Ar P?fk!
k ...... ' .. . i"-:. '' .tAi;
..-I .... 1 t .. . . . - . tlf n a1.1 itinlni-
men" said a companion whom l.u met n w sf I? b'4 !
few steps from his own door: "Thby uro " hy "rces hw5'' ? ife.i
'. ..Tr. T.. L...i r..;L im went and came sale. YonrSKuvetl sifn-
cairyum uii. iiic uuuu '""- v...
"V?iy well come along."
him and looking
timid! v in his face
iji-jiVliat i the n-" -tncn
Tho little girl laiMM ln.r n
' -.rt i-i mi her tea
mouev lor orange: was tne
angry reply as her father passed out and
shut the door hard after him.
Jane stood for a moment frightened at
the angry vehemence of her father and
then burst into teais. She said nothing
to her mother of what had passed but
after the agitation of her mind had some-
what Mibsuled began to cast about in her
thoughts for soino plan bv which she
mi" lit obtain an oranae. At lat it occur
- - - -J - ... .
red to her that at the shop wnoro sue gui
liquor for her father they bought rags and
uiu nun. . f
..n... . t. .1 vmi irive a pound tor
.nu-currcd to lnsr standing at
thee.umter ut tncsuop.
..'IMiroo eeuiMi pouml" was the rcpl
-ii av luuclitoroiti nun.
"A cent u pouiHi. 7
'Whivt'-tho price ot
i And the twouienneut tueir steps to-
ward Temperance Hall.
When little Janes lather turned noin
the door of that place his name was
pinned to the pledge and hi heart fixed
io"abid hy it. On his way home he saw
mii.ij g.ap'es in a window; ho bought
mhhc of them and a couple of orange
mil imnnii?. When ho came homo he
went into Ins wife s chamber and open-
ing the paper that contained the first
fruits of hi sincere jcpentaiicc laid iticui
before her and Miitl with tenderness;
while the moisture dimmed his eyes
"I thought these wou'd taMo good to
von Mary and so I brought them."
"Oh William!" and tho poor wife slar-
tcd.nnd looked up into her husband's face
with an expression of surprise and trem-
"Mary" and he took her hand ten-
derly; "Ihave signed the pledge to night
and I will keep it hy tho help of Ilea-
The sick wife raided herself up cpuckly
and bent over towards her htibaud ea-
gerly extending her hand. Then as he
drew his arm around her sho let her bead
fall upon his bosom with an emotion of
delight such as had not moved over
thosurfaco of her stricken heart for
The pledge taken was the total abstin-
ence pledge audit has never been viola-
ted by him and what is hotter we arc
confident never will. How much of hu-
man hope and happiness is involved in that
i simple pledge.
uials were always brought homo to you
again. Our wives our cmuirenu ami
women came here and visited jemr houses.
AVe were friends! AYo worMmrothcrs!
Believing this wc came ninongVypu and
brought our captives rclymg3u it that
wc were brothers and tlmtgpu would
feci as we fee!. Wc eonceatctl jipihing
Wc came not here secretelyiorin tho
night. We came in open dajy and before
your face- and we showed cniV captives
to you. Wo believed your assurances of
friendship and we trusted tllem. AVhv
did you lake our captive fronviis?
Commissioner. What wqjhavo said
to vou is trin and reliable. AYodo not
uy UieiuwS pro?tliim glesVhT the revoluhonUiaUt AKttda;iiii
. va huvbw VLucction thSiatojs- indebtedness -tb th tbe lvv.
shodia Dutu if hi-. THin. j0f!vl iUirP?Updy'l mi
is not rich enough somc-dfiUsVhT-Mo qA Jtli uctually .ndjccuM "
him tho means to do so with '' .'.'.o fntjt i lH'pyy WoJg
Dalzadito Tlio owner docs no WiVi.iof. vamoii.' ; inc YljOWri
U . tii ii .i. - 44i m-i' i jm '
ho vunts his captives & ces'W Judo.'as '4ny k10
. v v . . ... jl ' v r .w.hii .1
ssioner. rimvoiaironiiy iqiu ncy.v;an prove -nu. . t(u- .
tliAf UiiicafiiBAfir4Penl4f teyJtdVnhc'eti imjhii-wwup- o.'thoif.- pjte ;
ivb ioMi'UPlInT;nii vonr claims wliilo tho proposed evstcinMlus .ief-
' - .... - . uuiiuv.rcn
lint wTtu t
. -.'- - i
;rTiiuds.s w J?. ;
t"lValgadito. The owner wants twenty
norses xor incm. .
Commissioner. Tho Apacho laughs
at hisvhitc brother! lie thinks hiiuV n
squaw and that ho can play with4 Jjjm
as with an arrow ! Let the Apacho ty
. A .
dVotN totaiae a party W
iJWVt oirersdd land auV
t.A S . i ;-!..! titM
tell lie. The greatness am
our nation forbitU our doing 'fof mean a
thing. What our great brotuTr.lias said
3 YOU B" " !. 7T-
. . ....... ..: . . v. i iffTL iminito or iwu
t nUKaiu.'A'.'sJ'fcl't. kir r
. it -i r in t. '.'i ii-
T'iU io uev.ytUiJ idea lint
..I1 :.i c U and climate m thu .person J
as of the tempo ate o . e
is true ami good also. I willf now tell
him why wc took lnseaptivesrom lnni
lumr yeais ago we too were" juVwar with
'Mexico. Wo know that tho. Apache.
nhtkuu distinction between 'Glnhuahua
and Sonnra. They are at peace with
Chihuahu.i but always fightiffi; against
Souora. A'e in our war diilnot make
that distinction. The Texicaj whether
living in' one or tho other State1 aro all
one nation and woioughtthenjrtsanation.
Well when the war was ovefju which
wc conquered we made pcacc?)Vith them.
They are now oiu Irieuds muU by ''tin'
term ol tins peace we are uomui xo pro-
tect them. 'o told you thisEvheiwe
came to this place and wereqiTcsfed'LU
to cease your hostilities againsj'uUexioo
Well time paed and wc cv very
friendly; every thing went wteliv You
camo here with your captivo Yho
worn t be-o captives ; iMexif & io
a : . . . .
Jjalgauita. I ho brave who owiiw
these captives does not wih to sell.' lip
has had one of thoc two boys six )carV
llogrcwup under him. llisheart-slrings
arc bound around him. Ho isasasouto
his old age. lie speaks our language and
ho cannot sell him. Money cannot buy
affect ion. His heart cannot be sold. Ho
taught him to string and shoot tho bow
and to wield thelauoc. Ilo loves tho boy
and cannot sell him.
Commissioner Wo aro sorry Clint
this thing should be. Wo feel for our
Apacho brother .and would like to lighten
Ins heart. But it is not our fault. Our
brother lias fixed his affection on tho child
of his enemy. Tt is very noble. But our
duty is stem. AVo cannot avoid it. It
wounds our hearts to hurt our friends ; but
if it were our owji children and duty and
tho law said "part with them" part with
them we should. Let our Apache brother
rellcel and name his price.
J)aigadito.Tuit jwill yon give l
Commissioner If my brethren will
conic willi mo I will show them.
Hero tho Couucil dissolved and repaired
to the commissary's stores attended by
tho Mexican purchaser vhcrc goods to
tho amount of $2oU wcro laid out which
thev accepted and tho business conclu
1 ..! 1V T - it
. . . ' . uuiiov4cnu(
.!. .in'' ti i.. .i.A-t.i .. -almuo.1 am
iw i. . . .. ... IIlUllt.V LU IIILM 1.a. iifnil i 1HII1V
understand timtMiriao mimus pi proo .... Thn. Y aiT ;t r .ftn-
that in many othet instances thc: scalcil ;4V' r
rates give tho creditors great deal more Vj?" .1 Vie '.A vvt- . uii
tln.if.thcy overadvance! bIf .not. h tho W ' ffi?i??V.ft?
casA-if such proofs'- can be imidc the.
. :. !... !.!.. -j .1... ...
mcquamy unu hijuljuu ui uiu -siuiu
tHi ijMi;uvii.i(j ft Si
.! mlnnt t .n rt.l.i nf nn vitw nnlvt t what l0.UMi. AfctWa.?&ra
Mri....; ..--.....0-.......... v 0 (1ysya nfltelMierpi1!
wo received 111 the darKest nays 01 our lllfllloej-uSaSc0Ll; wl.WA
. . -. .. ... t
adversity (when advances in aid of our
1A.htrl .irnirln. worn inmlu nt in much mSl)UlPU tKWOlpil the Vm
;. v.r' i;.! t ml wm.. " tiwrownbVk eoMumalVoIPe
: 1 ..I JitUnm Mut to nor. for hfteoti mmmw ly hotl p
Vw- 2'....j .-..-- --. -( t
sons regardless a to whether tlio cred-
itors may bo our own citizens in humble
circiunSmtccs or whether they may btj
wealthy and influential citizens of other
States of this Union or whether they bo
mTenU llonht in ome mind
t in liltl.ollli an occasional lino
Vrmn llin Out ciimImii Wu-I '
verv4pe(jdoyg tqldJA. bound 'flj0 StalOiebt
m!1 SCVo mi-an 10 Qjl Uusuoct W Va heretofore
'iin We promised piotcction to the wouUVjdy7 mut 'neither mu-n'.. rt
ot he. N 1 1 Wc j o m l y M -t nliroach-
Mexcansan -UB. . -- IZ nxoiu. The attempt to
l':: 1. If wc had .railtucu and all governments
and wo will n"l (iniml mil H11 ".. 1 11(i m .in what they have
tho citizens of foreiiru irovernmentp. wfho
may claim tho aid and protection of their
governmeiis in enforcing their claim.
Wo could neer sco tlio iuticu of making
any distinction among our creditors and
giving 0110 class a preference over the
others. It is true that some ot thorn have
special pledges which others have not
but nil of them have alike received our
solemn promises backed with our publ
lands and rovenues for security. If those
who havo been secured by a pledge of
our import duties choso to couiderthem-
sclves as having u prefornuco over others
let them louow up tnoso duties now 111
tho hands of the U.S. Government and
not look to Texas. This State can make
'I'iiii nlfl rtnilliiUiilniiA -L I
k ItU uiu t-ii'iliMlllUfbU 1H( llf.
to cntertho house aWl but ti iVjr
the American CoiwnVeTc .lni fe.
km uiuigcnt of the cpiW ytieTQ .
knowing how the nffalA aVj j
ded us they were auquutiirnt)
AloLeau was ttllcn pVtu an
ufl'uir ended. Tho PKchttLIwas
U still very grcnt;an'd'ulAmef
threaten great thingft;'Xn'
wn lcillnd is TA.in.lc.rnrnrBAt J
Bauama a boutinaii;viluk
wounds on Ins bodymostn
. iviiiiti? uii 1119 uviuj iiiuia wj
! After he was dowii.iuiufrra
. cut his fttco most horribly
twelve bouts. ThciSSMA?
tho jury.'rc 1 tinted
troops went nw
illation from JjhV of:
.. iloiiu M) to fliuMuu y"- juo Uioiiiuy I'"....- i" --- .iWMi
liOliiunu. ....... 1 ... ..miiolvn. . :..! im1m u mi il be U.CCIU-
inv0l1Uliuveiluwiiuros."ui- -..- Uolomiiiy lniii.'- '""-- ..
... . i-. 1 ...1 .... ..(.11 t in nnv uivui.i:" v.w... v
Wocaiinoiiu;. vliVns uu :IU '" " ." " . .! in f utteniPtillg
ltt.o .Vcs. Pitt voiuuuuwiii ..r.-.- WO Will liuv I"' nnV - . '
.!.. 1 -i."
no discriminations and least bf. ull can " T . V?t. .1 .
it discriminate iiu favor oi-rcridffi- V a
and ngiuiut ouf owncnuu jJrtne1eroioaitfrV
' . idL r - 1 1 -.n.itii wbncftli.
t iGin. uiuuv.
of accident. inrcff..iu u . .-
1 I I 1(1 ('('1 HJ lit'" "
.. ... T. liurriPll ...... I'llllUOt L'A k.u "- "'. . . J. '"" - . ' t .! nHUr i. .i.. m nllt lil'MDOllltJII.
" ... t ..tfifinn fl 1. . lliv "" U"' "v . 1... ... a nit W.M - ...:.l t lutliirn Kl omn." i 11Pai'i !1I1V MIU l ruii-. '"- i-t.
. !. ' lrt rPP UCU. Willi li'i- ; ...... ..... tin l . n inorL' UUfllll'lll uiu'- iroill l !- .. ... . c. ' ' . '...: mnre In IIS tO 1)0
I feel o ban nnuin .. - n . elm had cieareu u; v. - iuu- c. bv ear er tint vwwrre ignorant tu una i"w"" ." ' he on V quesuun .1 m" J v - -
.A why do you fret bad my cluld- bad. A lu u. n Mo co.npen-.i.c. lot h- " u . -. U vcr U J s wloU tll0 llef
Wmtobnv Vou .omemeo gni ; ou bolt and broken hinge u0Us c.1- mm kwoWa ot lhl. u t( .( Ued r vorlwl u -su u-
""... .ith tho -inavtcrof a doli.u : . n l u " . ' r in n liltiB IOok in ihc from diease and i"" o .... Ml-MC . t. .m ..m havo como here. !inv .-ollatcral agieement whethu
io.i i "':" '.Wort d"l B llur" J intl uleaP1u"; . ..'" . ; i.r. sho went G we Imvu ever en. grou i. . . - wincn n i- m'l- "- -; .. Ulu ..".." - lllu .Klt.
. . I'lHI I V 1111 t 1U - " I .1 .h l!Tlll'l IIIIJlftAfll-v--- I r " ' ' ' .. . I t I t 1 . 11I11I . .! lilft'lllll BfcL-'--
uuui in j-- ' . . n.fti.ii e mat .ret mc oiin .w. ..-- - .
. . .-..1 ;.! iiv 01 tin: tii"M-" .
UllliiuiMii'.- j - I -A
.... .:t. .it'iiiLmtin ilm lives oi'a lurEO J
Ml I'll I 1 IlIM1- l - -- Iff
12N0im The papers aro still ."Lta jmmberof pcrsonsfrom the wreck (of 4
vecseUuetatsea. rout ihu. t
u thorough sailor of noble and generous
(bno.itiom and all who knew him can .
bin "riovo that hi cud was not
Willi tho accounts of the Queen's vMl w
Manchester and jivorpoi i. '
ly reached Windsor L-aMie on .ii
. .I.-. 1 t (l. in.!.
on uiu ..- uiu -unu --
Kouth had not arrived yet up to mo . p(JuccUli nud lessbarbarou
evening ot tho i uu im.
.-.1 i ii
uounaUo it any better.
ut it. . r
.it to a
U1I i" . .. -.
m but tho cntm iu
tluficvn ni tftrflWtiv
weighed 10 Mom'.. i. :'"; '
l.n n.iit irfi'i'litsU CiMlH m -i
Ji VulltlWlMl l:l
jr wiiu i' -! - .
.(.....( Inmif till!
- r .iiui riiiiMt IllIlUI ui if-'"i
mu to both. This opporuumi " -
rr.l.oW - Mexico lhat Jo ineui
.! w kiv: ana wucu u.u r -
. nuwu unn l i.'iwrtu
wnai wi-. .-B4" . . i tilfl
tie. Jt nv geueruuy ""'" ;:
ho people of this H.ato have detennmed
to ctilorco wiiai i-uim. - o -
hut in our opinion ui pi "-
i.i'.. detcnuiued upon very hule
H..C imiuur. Wo nave nw
Cuui: a Cold. Of all other
colds fasting is the most
tvhnnvnr bus a eold eat
cr for two days and his
(. nrovidei?ho is not con
lined in bed because by Jakiug no carbon
...- ;i. Uii..... bv food but consuming
I that surplus which caused his descase by
.breath lie toon cum - r1"" r'
removing tho causei This will bo
found more effectual it no anus Vi-
ous water drinking to protracted las-
liiiff. Bv the lime n person Iia
fii-fcd one 'day nnd til; t Jia will cxpon
Mice aiiecdom from a m uud u clear-
tcadin- event of tho five days pre llcM of mind Iii4chguu.il ' .contras wi
the Miirnmof the Pacific was l!ml mental stupor ami P liysiM . pnm
I UllJ I" " '" .. ..........l.il
the closing of the Ureal J'-xmmiiou oh
Tho London money market is a shade
easier. Anieriean stochs arc in.c u
liuost without movement u.. w.
1X ZZ of emigration o the UUej S w
States from Urcat Britain ... ee en M J 'wlmlcvcr
from Ireland was liiiuuig to exedo the "
. cnnniK :itiiirehenlou. I . .. . .
Iliu-i. "' ir
Tho Government demand for repay-
ment of tlte money advanced to thq U1M1
K.iio..mduriB the Brc.it -in
Ireland is cnuliiK mch Ml "r0U
out tho Wand in miiiio cuc being met
i... Jiitiiiiriirht repudiation.
'lMn.nwAlsoii.n celebrated stock holder
hi London Mispended payment ou the
n.i. i.Kt. IBs liabilities aro henv.
'luu ".J ' v i i..t. wove ;:......
to Will bo icatiy i.i. i'-' i louemuH ""'""". r 'IVvas will be
doubt thai uiu puuiw --
-i :.. fnr nf tho State's paying Us
Zi in Vtrict accordance with its solemn
declined 3-lttUb 1-a.
UOi. -: - r .vi"llinil UU .... ... ti tmV'tilllU
Altf!tEn of tl bntised n'Jf m How glad her poor
cll.f f.ih0 "?K i.n.t UiPt li- HkB llt -Tl .i.i bo to havo one.
'i-r -vwnov -. sw-rr J. r -imnk- "lulJu " .. ...i cbn. aw a
Vuanoi:. In l'aris on tlio 13th hi:.
was eonliden-ly Mated that tho l'rei..
had actually ucccpte.i me i; "-"
-nation of the Ministry 'llw mi-
iccineut wasimulo iiioiuHmriiin j
I""!"". ... .1 1. -
.dad to nave v" --
i.b. ttmt li- Hk" XV would bo to have one. glad to na " . f milshint! wuuv l-ercnptorny. -- --
J of a dvmiU. p - as ta kl u. saw a a-.aai.c Jn;u IU ;; .
lorning. the father of 1 - cr heart c . . -rn . inl . brothc declare
iW ln his work and " t Ul Ulat she eo.dd hti tlu. u (Bl.B wo 01l a .lu.nco "- . . Io.
. . 1 ...... 11 tl.r (itlH'P S
:;;u 7 ".-iatlt-otl-sumsare
' r .. ' .1 i i.t what tho Government
Ils'u .m. .wirfnm from the wrifr
received xm-. m ;""".. 11( tlin
ten promise is ot course ji. -. r
r ound that it does not truly exprem tlio
Cbh ation of tho Statu or in other words
Unot the real nrgmise; wnin ":;
if ous mi v-
V announces ic .
that he Is con-
un hand an ex-
of TYrr. ol nil
0 vemiWje for
he will luinwu
mr to uo.
I I. ill!
nfMi tne wiisjuii.
; indeed for her
Mlv nto the cellar and brought out into t
g nnil Vrniia treanuo of scrap iron t
''. EeSl-Uwurd and forward he o
out into tlio
.. c .!.. .iLLttrtilu'ri
mo itirin -- v; r i
Kinilo fiirardin would no a inuiiiu. - -now
Cabinet. These rumors catisea it
Jecliuo of ouchalf cent in the fu.uK
nu : ni!..in PMiisQ of Uiu rceigua-
tionoftho Krcnch Cub'met ww-iho pry
ll" . . .- p-T.nidXanouonto
position ou uiu jmii.
repeal the electoral law.
SitN.-The frigate nabMieroropi
Havana has arrived ni jm-ju - "-
11 .: ...... D. or Snnin. hriiiL' inr one llltth
red uUixof the prisoners taUen m he
opcexpeditioh. The Venus m nr.
. ' ;.i. -.:.- hwwp. hiuI tho Isabel IR
nveu w ia . . fI1 .Anw
l IIU Htw"
caused by cUW. And how mtmuc y
hdttci istliisjincihod of breaking upholds
Tho Dimhh Ministry have .resigncdi
mi. i...- i n rnvoit i.. Turkey be
lliuiu w'- y-" -
twVen ihc Armenians and lu t.
Tho reiHirwd fulluru of die Austrmn
i A dreadful railroad accident ha occur-
red inlUMHi. flliuiy uvc wwu .u.v.
Tlio Danish Chambers opcuod on tho
A.mmtft frmn-Frnnco at
Prince do JbilTJillo'has
.oinntinii bv tlio ?Jort
;jnu)H but lw'-WR declined.
A'Vipy preacher innij
land was saying from thepu
1 Vhut was it thinkje gt.
'that swallowed Jonnhf ll
hur.se it was nau cow t
I Mtpic" eitid ari old yc
wnsnVvlmlc your reverence."
I suppose" replica lie "you
voutiuiuht as wen lauu uiu i
i. ...r.- uMiii s.ictv more
I UII1III.IL H UM I'Mt'J ' ' " h
of (;en. Emm and Mr. Laborde the lutu j mo" ( tt& lho word 0jwq
;nanill CoU at Ssow wrie.u.-
nrrived at Beio. Thereon lho Queen of TlIB WA u oLLirwo
nniMRiiinmoHCiltno Tories i" '" " unucwum viw w.. .-.
jr" ...i i
Canal St. Uow
particsto.naUo un agrcogomcut is
Zulas plain as tlmt the o . gallon
e SUed Work or
1 barrels in store?
assortment just re-- i
PnHar Churns. Ce- J
ops Painted Palls j
is Shaker Broomv
...il.i.i- narlv 13 to lUiui uiu i- -"
cod- 'to tlw pormise. Wo do not
lt;?' .?... ! nfToxus will claim for
hiu;u 1 . - - nr il8
ruwlRJUo consent of tho
who are the parties to them
iU"n"Sh- and wicked I am'." he
J4 i "' V "1. if slft
:y ":; 7hat si0 k " y
'.4 i'.fflday before-- ' " " . f; nvoluntaty
y w vi a .iuntPii toner -"
llllUUIJTiMllM '- " ' 1 f
n omptlv as possible. aked a Western jnugc. ho -buy uiav
r Z ors are current respecting changes U about to read his authority as fig
l"sS douWwi it pronounced byt
n tho Spamsl ca w By no mcaV.M responded 1
hnsrcs.gncu mM ni . aY0rcsutd "I was merely go
tho Marine. .... n vnur honor in a brief paes
which I was about 10 read fromtbis
which 1 hold nr and what a d r
old fool BlaokjOne.inust navor
His honor retired satisfied
nothing to toll.
t it.. Snanish cabinet council Senor
nT..-m nrnnnscd to sell Cuba nud rorio
lUeo to feglawl for 8160.000000.
Ul...u l . ?.... -...:. .r5nt nrUnftis over
The Austrian iiiihw. "
.. .. o it.n 1 Kb inst.. tllO
'"" r : io decided to enforce the - T-" ." . stiU.bom chUd.
Hlo..r"M. I snn hnniiusa that 4" wrr'. "".. -nllmV fvnr at
.cahng syso.u v r : - "" llformilv There nau uee u r - --
system is ueucveu . u .. """""..' Oporto for ten uoys piuviuu - .
witli tho original agreement or promise i hot l
..n.ms um know. 1 ; unu j"-"- . ... nr tiromise. w'wv ' " .. . ' : l Tho exneiiuumes
nrilAtnh. I1TI1 N1U1J mw - ---- 1 j . !. AtflirilTTIl II ' I 1:111111 1U rf ------- B. . --- it n t iinri . ----
concerned 111 to - ' "":;;- .corns to lie. But the wiiu V" "' :? " ni.limi obications "tnvoi uo. ... .-... . . tho as
been released. wo uo"u " -":.. is . A( lnan; and morew - Tho LonOon Times omcny .. wi3Sc00
London loiters received Jjy fto NW 0"' li cup.ivcs b were of u . vhw l0 b tnkell J Ko-ttlh. 1
tiikofws me u iur '
..ii.ml n.-rnunt. vw
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