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essed him in tones of affecting pathos, many a manly eye was moistened, and many a stern heart beat quicker, as their possessor turned away to hide the emotion he could not suppress. Senator Phelan. The Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser says that Mr. Phelan, one of the Confederate States Senators from Mississippi, served his time at the printing business in the Democrat office, Huntsville, Alabama, where he was born, and afterwards conducted the Tuscaloosa Flag of the Union, both as printer and editor. He studied law in the office of his elder brother, Judge Phelan, in Marion, Alabama, and soon after returned to Mississippi where he rapidly rose to distinction. Senator Phelan has been a disunionist since the fraudulent admission of California in 1850. Patriotic Contributions. Mrs. Elizabeth Rives, of Albemarle, has contributed for the soldiers near Manassas one hundred pair of socks. Mrs. P. B. Scott and Mrs. Mary Lewis has also sent a large number to the soldiers.