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Chimxks tv Tex»*. Tb* fcacra
mtnt0 Union learns from the G. 1 -
▼eatori New, of Jan. 11 th. that tbe , "
1 ( ) -. rren «iOin number
pioneer < InnameD, .ft) m number,, F
from California, bad arrived in that ,<
city : nd wer- the object» ol great 1
curlUtj and interest. They were.»™
to be employed on tb« * X l*n*ton of e
tbe Centrai Railroad. Being pin -1 r
unknown ! *
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them mt.re than tbe usual average ■
The Owyhee Tidal Wate.
TkarMhiy Kora's. Feb. 10 , t« 7 '*.
nears and going to an
wages, they receiving $20 in specie ,
per month and their ration.. 1 rar.v ^
. a _. ;» Ä __ _ rtlltÄ 1 h
porUtion and raiton» wU.e en route ,
were also furnished h% Hféîr employ
rrf The interp?»fPr receives fl 00
per month in specie, snd three fore
p .. .. Th* Triant
~*:*» 4 *r tn0lUl '- The T exans,
nnlifc* the Democracy in this f tale,
particularly pleased with their
i
could lie secure.!, a» they say. very
eorrectlv, at $28 te $30 and found,
Thev diin, them partkuUrlv as
r'.l,, P Û "
bands in their field* »no as o 1 " 1 ^ | |
spoken of as much cleaner and neat
er than would have been expected,
eossideriog they had been cooped^*"
up ao long ir. the ears and ,team.-rs.
Though small in «Uti.re, in the opin- j
ton of the Galveston people, they |
were robuaüy form.-.! and from the
ease with which the, handled heavy j ,,
p»ekag<'« of freight, were both strong
and active. Uistead of being atoned j
in th* bv iirnoraiil white la- '
. . {
berei> and mischievous hoys, they |
were heartily weloomod as valuable i
esalalant. in the great field of indus
trv, treated with kindaees and aide .1
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in the r efforts Li obtain » livelihood.
The i^i!..rar,t end prejudiced among
os ma» we!' take notice and profil
v. .Le' e. , I,
by tbe ev,mple. (
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to tliv prm^nt timm it mppvmr^ that
tw* t» «oven State* have ratified tbe
rAoeeroienüv I
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but one morw i* nooded »o make H .
a port of tbeConetitution. The fob !
State» tliat h*\-w ta<i
s • a a.,.« _ oowwwc
fled. Ärbanm», Alabama, r :
tient, norida. Imiiaria, I ! lino»«, |
lnwa Kan*««, loukiaca, Miswonri,
Michigan, !
were
arrival, and already contemplated
making arrangemeuU in California
for tbe Introduction of other«, who
Tlie new arrival« are
servant*.
Tiff. Kf>TrF.NTW AillMKT.
ViftFFl
Amendment
lowiny mrm t!
M»' 0 e.
Ma*»* ■ku'WTt*,
Minnevota, Mri»'S«if^i. 'New Vnrk, ;
;
■Norik v'aroür.». New llampwhdk,
New'ia. <'bio. rVnoRylvaui*. Rboèe
talk*
gink «V hcooain, V irginia and Vwr
South ikmUaa, Mwut Vie
Bn
v «be above, Neihrm*
1« kdd Kiel
%a end T>«r*o are wine VWr ratib. w
ih, wbiA, wige'lwu with 'Oeongia,
oow tlkk
«I
iliirpr vr all
euer if N*w» V*A b> pW
Wil! ttkbv
kulbHWbt
Tvwcind Vwr raslfi.wrion.
Mlilfbd <8
fcoon w.,. t» hm»^ ebegfik n« wnsteua
.be-aa -VseJloir krt$w»
flOMiblth, %»brtv, *r dl eaa'hligb
w». **e dH« dfviflk «**»>•, rir f W'WCk,
•«ir
Wi) Mb 4 he Hear) kwl v.' dbr «Wrtpe
MlifWnl«. h .huoga Wftdi IRgdh'
rwM>e o
'Kw «a'rva «»■ •>.**-> eff »tat
» fo.^bi "von*
V**Q
bW'rtfoyv «mr w
Ihyvee w taw tpkre H
r* % t'acdje eff ertfc
•paibtn kHwaw
4 gt- >ta IblllbR **1 ''Mho'hr d» Sb»
Kra. o>aco, a.nl fr Wbid ef' %tw, WM
dkm
TM i * trau • MtG'a, w*w* rwp»aaaivnnl
bki Tee j..««» u> ite*a*K*-.
k umr aiiWbgff- » wa n nW r» n** 4
u» tfew Jtaft 'M Jk»
>s kb Kandte»
,a.*, tara ■■ IL v bancs P»
Ta* Hraesu ask a tte !.*bi tel
* ata»u» :% i»e a»w.t*à«d
, K» •*«'•*** *» *c
wa a
MnCofJov's Anti-Polygamy Bill is
•till «»citing virtuous indignation
among a portion of tb« Saint* af
U tab. On« of its provisions i», that .
no perton practicing bigamy .ball !
Wtld oKce vr ,„j, )y , be righU of citi- j
7 ,'n«bip ; aud those charged with po- *
Iljeamy aball be tried in United
J* *
State. Court., upon conTicttoo, pan
" b *" 1 b * ßoe ' nd im P ri *° nra « n ,n «*•
penitentiary, ljat« advice* from tbe
F . . tb
,< * t of WHr ' nr °™ u " tl)at the female
S«int» taken np tbe cudgel, and
holding meetings in which their
e ent,e bosoms become so filled with
r *g f *" to cans« whalebone to crack .
* n<1 the lacing of stays to snap aaun
der like Delilah's with«. Tbe Cor
■ ione i>r ort< ' r *' TP * an account of
, .......
^ W ° r ° ld "• *'>' d "> ;
1 h had muntgFmFnt or ;bc «flair.
, ^ ^ ch of an cmi _ |
K **** ..... 1 ie
nent Statesman, on tb« Bunker Hill |
Monument, it i» very likely the bill .
will be ci uafird. The Reporter say* ::
womrn with wba tolhera of 1
^ ^ th c ; uW pnfTail upon , 0
attrnd wer e to »«semble in mass (?) !
meeting, there to rant and tear and '
wring their hand* in fren.-ied an
gnish because the ' biU" prevents ' '
i them from marrying to all intents
mnJ pilrp0SPS tbwir sons, brothers,
father*, grandfathers, etc., and to eke 2
out a miserable exigence in their
barn yard style of matrimony. Well,
| | bpT 'assembled in mas* meeting,
About a dozen all told, each one pro |
vided with a little piece fixed up at .
''' hin R for th,,|n 10 "P** k ' j
___ J
Moss Ai.iTt it found in considéra
j b> VBrietJ „ nd ab(indancB in , be
| minM of 0 wyh«e. The following!
pBr , grapb cen.-erniog this beautiful
j ,, 9no U , rom ,he New York Mail :
Among the most faahiooabl« atones
j used for ornament« it tbe Montana
' mows agate. It is transpareul, snd
{ has beautiful veins or moss nmning
| jt> Which fcnna , Tfry p1 „* :
i jnf ronlraat when handsome!, !
mounted. Agate* are found in por
V* 7 n. «mvgd.leio green stone and
sr-rpentme renerwlly, aceompamed
hy 5 mteo 4 *ny and corneliaa. Tbe
vrgitahle appeoranr»" in the varie
tie« ot a«aie are «aid to remit from
tbe presence of real plants in tbe
( t{nn r 1>M . Unn Unx agate be
t cm me w> mnoh in vo^fF. ibF j
menu brought from Oiwnto'ii, in '
(^ rmmnv. wvrv cor»ai 4 Frv 4 tbv ro^at
beoutifnl. It » alao fonnd in other
I T»«* ^ Ö» I ni ted «tab-» Tbe va
rietvwfeolorawhKbitpreaenta.de
. ia a ^ waaure, on the
! nsmbor and kind of tbe a mple min
era)« eompoaing It. Some are dot
ted or rion 4 ed wish red comelran,
: »triped like tbe oryx, alternate),
| W j (b chaicedvmy and oacboNwig, or
pm »«ne parts opaque, with Ae ptvw
! erwe *t jasper, eve.
:
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Furwi Ai .iai Ike Alaska Time*
; of Derwmbwr #Stb ee«*aius a large
awiooti al inAMWiari»* eonraming
(bat far off «nmTvwy wf Ö» l'hàwd
<sasn» Tbe »leW'W bnkwnee ed fh kli r
Iknda wumm ibai tbvoe atw It,
^oHSan-w* *>.«» aqoa-a mdhw
:ff land a-b»dh vaabraVrM«^«»
■er. : ; t«fc: H.r. )>MaM« ,
girdk oH rm* pknfla ra» b* BWkot
db abooftance \Ww amd karten ad*
*Ö. - we «nv£ jlnv w >t 4 - aa» aid «iWWWg
wbtwMrk. k.ultAwr. «ai. :«w v aa»A
itaeMbwrisnace imo.toà wawgfwwv
a kcRe peg>i>w.uo.
Tbe kjwsms m a KW i-'b CVgwf«8**rt
kB Md* va* ae,f»l a vww skeun:
ThkT'nme » «sntatawR dtet wtttan
wi *oara A ivvv» aöf he knovkng
-uc aftwkaOo» (War stae lOdncai fYwon
al' swtaa.
IbontaF NmrsiaJi*M>, fhemeria m
IÛ* enplu» (ihv Cklloraia >»n*a
'.lonpKip an«! Viiuna ami Me la.
-arge Jt W* Htpceseu*. cv<a«iued
am t !j* «.•>.„.! i»^ iitaaef «though
Um heui-L ato. » k :.aa NIosimk Uue
ViggJee ouunty. «-'kifbrn.k
4
H T B. U. gvkvuirt ab and M ta
su.'ac h*aw o*c»nM»«a*wc<k<ad in thw
-apubilcuAiua uf tba Malt t-aàa Te
«graph.
F rom Cok*.-A correspondeat of I«.
the World writ** from Mountain City t
January 1 Oth :
. Tb« first mine they struek, tb«
! Argenta..bu , soita.P™"»" I ft
j ^"^Tsbatt down «event, feet, j
* n d the vein «Jour feet thick_, the
ore paying aft«* way freu»W» to ;
$500 per too. They «hip all flrat class
^ Tbe Mountain lode is
now paying good; their shaft » down ,
forty sight feet and they have a vein ,
tb re* feet : tb« last ore crushed paid
tpn . One-bal! of this mine
WM §old a sb ort time ago for $ 20 ,-:
000 -the whole ^atew a. .
xbomas B. Hart, for- I
. meid 0 f j^iiae, aa d jt could not be
boU g b t to-day for four time, tbe |
amount it .old for. Tbe Creeceit
mine bas a shaft d °""
. 1 bave been told that 100 fe.t i
tbe Crescent has been »old for
; ton
on
| $«, 000 . The Mammoth mine sbafl j
1 ie down forty-five feeton a three-foot
| v<|jn >nd lb# or# pa y g »bout $70
. per toB . Thé Sunny Hill shaft is
down tw«aty-eigbt feet on a tbree
1 f»ot veis, and pay. $50 per ton.
The Hamilton ahart isdows seventy j
! f««' » two-foot vein, and tbe rock ,
' P*J* f™™ *«*» *> P* r ton .
" 'Id »«(? ® h '. ft '* down nine fwt on
' ' two foot vein, and pays $228 per (
Two mills, on. 10 -stamp and one
2 sUmp, are running.
Weather warm and pleasant; snow
»bo»" «ne toot deep.
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| Euuxjy on Stanton. Attorney
. General Hoar, in bis late eulogy on
j Stanton in tbe Supreme Court, pays
J the following just and beautiful trib
ui « the memor - T of the de P* r,ed
Ptat.-sman :
H« was appointed j
ï^enfbe^îsîiO Jn «ne or the dark- !
Mt hoiir , of th . country's history, !
when the Union seemed crumbling j
to pieces without an arm raised tor ,
its support ; when without th* pub
11 c counsels wer« doubting, ® nd 1
: witb i n we re team ; when feeblenese i
! and treachery were wanting to yield
whatever definite rebellion might
de m and.
WOT« ready to despair or ttie K«pw»- ,
lie. For ten week« *f that Vt inter j
of national agony and shame, with
patriotism that never " d
courage that never quailed, thia true
American, happily not wholly alone, .
j ztood mwifulty nt tots f*ost, between
' tbm living and tbo dvmd ; wbat :
nvrw tov coni 4 to timîd mnd tri m
Ming imbecility, and meet tbe secret
phottcra of their country's rum with
an undaunted front, until before
that l io whs ta prwnewce the de m owe wf ;
treason and civil discord appeared
in their own ehape, as at the touch j
of Kburrri'» ayear. and ted bafited
and howling away.
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MERCHANDISE. '
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IJ^ader UuTÈmîr of M Lear a. \ i» Pro :
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Laackti at all hoar* of tb* *ay ^
and night.
Clalck«»* and Game of »11 kind,
»»lied, Sl * , " d ^ r ^j |0 ^ l ' d ' FY,c " tt ;
Oyotero In nil otylea,
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And £ lud for ,
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One do«r sooth of
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Washington Street
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