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Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 31, 1854, Oshkosh, Wisconsin OSHKOSH DAILY COURIER MAY 31 The Nebraska The Buffalo Commercial the leading paper in Western New York the organ of Mr and a cere and the Nebraska administers the following well timed to the who arc just now particularly busy in endeavoring to inflame tbo public mind upon Juliet Tha ad- missions in tho last paragraph which wo hare arc coming from a journal always opposed to tho principles this measure nnd which has from its position and the known ability of the writers connected with ijf an influence as great other whig out of tho cities of Now Boston It if ono of tbo misfortunes of tho that 60 many trf widely papers feel themselves compelled to indulge in a strain of high Historical declamation t the ordinary but expressive of vigorous and earnest but calm discussion of tant questions The gjat in a great degree looks newspapers for information on such subjects and for tho moans of arming at just conclusions hae a right to demand sober fad and in- stead of or however severe Nebraska n CMC -is Of all 51011 In the Union President and Cass and responsible it lie of the was announced as long as 1848 br Gen Casa in his famous Nicholson letter a made a its until ft had taa forward by those we out its whole discussion ple hare manifested a singular Apathy and indifference respecting it Wo do not now remember a popular meeting nor a petition its Certainly this does not look Jile a widely organized deep laid scheme on the part tlm South the popular the North It was invented and brought forward by Northern then and was finally carried by won as there is too much reason to believe by tbo corrupt influences and appliances of a thern Executive hear ft said se of TDK named aru from sale or entry until further ex- cept for valid from the notice in tho Washington CloLe In tbo district of lands subject to salo at of the bate line nnd etui of the fourth principal meridian 29 and 30 of range 12 Townships -7 28 and 30 of ranges and and 23 of range 1C 17 25 tC 27 23 T 23 and 27 of range lo Townships 21 23 24 25 at and 27 of Townships 21 22 25 and 27 range 20 Townships 20 23 and 26 range 21 Townships 10 20 21 22 23 24 and ZS ci -y 21 22 24 o range 23 19 20 21 and 22 of range 24 19 SO and 21 of range 23 This list includes townships no heretofore offered for sale bat which hav been they are within the riser ration Latest News long upon this fairly for As ue stated a day or two 10 run on Thursday last 15 miles north of Aui on Sim and sunk in about an hour and 1 half in 30 cms Inquirer about 15 Shu wiis valued at The loss of the Detroit which anning up to the Pacific to tint the latter LAW AT fifty males turned out at one day las uf shop They f minded nut strong heir object of tho establishment laving fortified it in such a manner us to de- fy their efforts After considerable of a and much She rend the Riot Act crowd dispersed it shall by surrounded and girt in as by a wall of f slavery shall bo abolished in the District of Columbia nnd wherever tho General Government has the Fugitive Slave law shall bo Very brave lofty ing but how are jobs to be Certainly not until the rm and not even then ter of tho bis also and that will the most favorable circumstances from sii to eight years Swaggering talk therefore Eko that TTO quoted is idle It is worse for if it have any effect at all it can only inflame the popular mind tending to anv cat result except of our ty opposed tha Nebraska B8 long as opposition was of any avail but now that it has passed we do not feel disposed nor called upon by sense of to enter South or in violent declamatory agitation of tho sub- No possible practical good that we can see will come of so doing while it would tend to the injury of inter- ests require Nebraska fa be meX consult in and many children are pie to tetUe new They art the rlatt that will Jill vp Kansat and They will go by the of a Southern encumbered by hit Me pointing from States are approaching completion and toon trill be ly burdened by poor but and animated ty hope and courage We would reprobate as earnestly as any one can the purpose that prompted the contrivers of this Nebraska scheme nnd violation faith involved in its wo hope to so by argument and not by lent nnd declamation that have no other effect and we fear in some instances KOR in the receipt of tho June of this popular the best b7 iu class published Iffe of is continued accompanied with some capital illustrations The budget of is excessively rich part of it being devoted to tho especial rification of Manager and his tal Palace The the Woolly Equestrian Statue of tho lato HETH is alono worth tho of a If fun is an object you spend two shillings to muro than to buy a copy For Bale at EASTMAN'S THE EXHIBITION of Trof SANDS tonight at Mark's Kail will bq worthy the attention of our citizens and particularly of those who in bitten with the Spirit Rapping mania His exhibitions are well spoken of by tbo press and wo do not doubt but that he will furnish an agreeable evening's be put on as an bent this city and Chicago will delay ment for a few dars until boat can bo Mil from Oregon Territory ned U S A tho commander of tbe at ttailacnom Sound wit eight men in tho Sound Ma ten soldiers wero in a boat r from the scene of Indian di the boat in a stori and all were drowned except two II The Albany Journal of Wednesday last says th Train west over ti Great Depot Ten aad 91 East Waif r street L Iii tht KS 11 luiw J I low Nut 4 4 t MX vJ Uou Hot Air Cui AUO IMI Ituu I i of Witt Jail 10 in It -13 jnj U Kat Central Hail cars Detroit Tribune says of 100 tip the th three ooe Hme with a bowling along a fresh souther y in the to b br the British been received at the State England hat tu tlu determination of takiac of tin th The Even By tho letter it will be seen that tho period when the Even Sections will be brought into market is indefinitely GENERAL T Way 12 1854 Messrs LAW UTAN lort of and all The Committee on Foreign Affairs will not upon the Cuban resolutions for weeks at least Recent advices received hero from re reported to be of a very warlike or Muv 25 Tlie Northern arrived his 1 M with 800 and 00 in gold The American Consul arrested at own wn? Hon Solon ies to arrest n the route when Mr Borland wed and tho Mayor issued a warrant id arrested him Mr Borland has Returned Yolk id leaves immediately for Washington the by the Northern ight is Col J C Fremont and Kishop A formerly n printer in the Wisconsin office has been elevated to the rank of an Elder and married a fair in Salt into City recei RATHER tho recent term of tho Circuit Court at In- diana tie ease of Blair COM tried The jury n upon which judgment was rendered against the defendant tor one hundred and The cause is to bo pealed to tbe Supreme Court C D HUED V No Ill Last Water Street Trf NOW i CUATES I China Ware Jtc the C C aud Mip Wore in f ind N i SIC Oliu OR or STEEL 141 a i Ffif Square and KIM Ka and IW Kill V K I Round and of full uf li and win at MERCHANTS omn w OHIO UTV TOOLS I of ca will be sold at Nrw Tork w n HYBoir T KB now iu receipt of their i art Jernt rj Saturday nig last Jlr 11 Bichards a Student from Janesville fell from the top of have to acknowledge tho versity Building the 5th s of your letter of 5th en- Ho tn hoeT rof tlic PELTS Po mil no motive than and hate and all other evil to respectfully oons Bwh were promptly and did in their power to his suffenngs Altro very low hopes when the even no sections along the i manned about tho head hanJ n l which war taken up for dead from sale will agste be brought into Beach In to your inquiry I have to form you that in with the request of tho Executive of lands will not be advertised and offered at public sale until the action of can bo had in relation to granting tho right to select other lands to lieu of tho sections above referred to Duo notice will bo given to to come forward and establish their claims previous to tho day on which the sale will commence I am verr from following T unes pe men of tho traitorous rantings that daily fill JOHN A or A cow the property of a farmer in tho Teast and small fry of tho west from the Free Democrat of Milwaukee to The I of Galena should ter that discord should reign in the National Kim a lew weeks ago to a calf with two distinct and perfect heads and with the hind lees and tail of 5 horse It is now in this city well stuffed and in less than Nebraska contrivers of that i and wrong Nebraska short shrill for Gad will o wl PEOPLES BOOKSTORE r all kind VV BEAD
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