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Western Star, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1849, Elkhorn, Wisconsin C W 8 W hil C I 4 vitl lx AMI M B t E K OF VOL 4 It A UTTER Devoted to Political Discussion General Intelligence and Miscellaneous Reading EKHORN WALWORTH CO Wis A 3 NO 7 1049 j PUBLISH Kit M S 10 N H S K I f r i l l 4 u i f t IN ti K a V PII w v v i i I t S U C i II Mi NCI I It IT It M III 17 r 1 v I i I I Ull ft f iff n tl I i i It tt IS t fr i H ft I s I 1 ill 1 I M 1 from thr 8 Wn To 1 P lor thou coward trait A i tlir Jeep stain thy brow the now Hi IP ihy uh thon erer To injured home return her on utn the of freed IQ Wilh thai foul hand prn resolutions To thu band thr hast on shrinn it from the spot UV we chmp thn haml tl no that northern brcen s round Wisconsin fi whisper of freedom In her mild N u volte of answering lh thy hume Tu And dune Ah I lii now returning Willi brow if ed What I love El WELL man with n ill aru deep and when t ju with kindred j loud ni 1 long niin word t ind M in r for i r I ll In ait M ban I would sUb trying hour the I inun dare lo lift Hit v for i Mi th it will u his heart i Ihc 1 IL a heart will firmly V morin to 1 V Inn 1 that will never if grasped In lose Til uli.ivr J ut of lh MW many igo lem or tiy with r in Mill but w composed w to tiny ft rin in i Kd ry What I u a In H a lin 1 ii 1 play WI I a 1 Ii it 1 have a cent T I a shun rne I n all ill a dim lur j Self CtiUf''iteij fire the t Unl low i i I lute bate a I u i nun who liy i body -tar From Ihc Free Celebration ot the Ordinance of 87 The celebration of tha Anniversary of Ordinance at Cleveland 011 the 13th was t great and a glorious ering of free from most of the Free Stales We give this tile Resolutions adapted by the Convention and some of the letters of distinguished individuals who could not be present to iho committed of invitation Vaughan and Brown Tho latter of Gamins M Clay is a noble one indited by the high nature of the man Horace Mann member of from Massachusetts at the of a tetter submitted the following sentiment of tht United at tht or at tke South Deeply ting that tin re not an viso to tht Devil from the garden of let them rmw be admonished to pass an anti-slavery to exclude his most loved institution from all the territories of the Union But the great of the meeling wan the speech of Jch i Van Bur en While ding it our heart beat quicker and our blood tingled at ends It is throughout with the and spirit of fn edoin It amply repaid us for all our toils and fices to read this testimony from man to the principles tor which we have battled earnestly ior long weary years If John wants to nit his foot fjr on the soil of n free and receive such a come men knew liow to give let him make visit to K kee city and poured out upon the Court House wouldn't make an ence to satisfy UU we can lake him out rurals who till God's soil and place him in the centre of a prairie thronged by unshackled ty and let him i his mesmeric power over nun by die ere or square mile Next week Mr Van Burl's speech Old Bastile of the most of all may go down J t lank God that the time has arrived its cnn be no longer covered up in th dignified and courtly language of nor sanctified by the snivelling of pulpit hypocrisy In Iho c Nations the for Slaver to die The The proposition of the South to hold slaves in now free by the nid o the Free ptt North and is the of the to call in all tho good ple of his neighborhood in ro in the my and danger uf his crime w list he priates to himself all profit of Iho prise Let us on then intl 3 ment of our undl mayed by tlie dangers and 1 eily has made Iho price of from wounds which tint common h of of inflicts upon every froa spiri I have been compelled to dictate tfin letter o an ensis I have the lumor to be Your servant C M CLAY Tho Committee solu if ns by Tappan their Secret iry d the ing Preamble and resolutions which wort unanimously adopted by U The early of the Re- public the fo lowing That Thomas M reh 1781 in into the of he Resolved That we witness with groat the triumphant AS H Hi ia making to tho people of sustaining fully one of the great principles of Democracy to con- power of Congress tn legislate for Freedom even to exclusion of Slavery Father Mathew and America Tho eminent Irish divine has written a t-i tin of New ink returning to the authorities people of that eity for their i of him The following extract ia worthy of attention I have seen your majestic rivers dotted with richly freighted vessels bearing the ming of yeur luxuriant soil to fir distant nations and oh sir I could not look upon those winged messengers of ami plenty without associating them the magnanimous bounty of a brave people to an nation I have visited your busy your thronged streets and bustling of The g day on bla sorrow fjere father his aon loss of hit tho death of their kindred and for the destru lion of and was mentation SI which nd lay and most splendid cities and overturn tha very mountain in countries favored by ture in his We to accustomed to lonk upon the with a il solid and be m r I it hiis I -ei world and of us can realize that and is still in parts of worse than death which they Devotion aloni a inat in iii fervour and if were than the tho to those wbo to the t thn land io havu buried its wav JH tho fossil shells animal remains upon them wi ro triumphantly pointed at aa proofs that tlie had risen to their summits It was their opinion that the alone was to el ang and it never entered in- 1 Itaro seen in the to their minds to Iho solid tares have been forcibly struck with those ness and shadow the ation a plan for of the Western the of which embraced nil tin terr tory or to bo ceded by to tha and Deluding the of Ohio 3 and Wisconsin ir its was n proviso That after year 1800 of the Christian era there aha 1 be slavery nor involuntary servitude in an of the said States otherwise in p of crimes party 1 have been duly convicted to been pc sonally That this FIW been drawn hv ii only i the votes of MX I in on iho of fur the uf was slavery or most in the of the J government that poor old which broken ip and its sedimentary ami aa is is still land with all various organized beings il con my I wero into rocks your institutions upheld a elevated above the surface bv powerful worthy of es thn the globe Michigan j which you imitate at an In Ei upe j the inerey of unking the HM blind to the to sponk I have been internal ed by tli onu to the and with intense Sicily Maples are Io them and lion philanthrope and the force of the shocks depends on the length nf on which those E of time that have since to lion prei ivik in neighboring 1 th He who The cause of the in hands tlu of may vigilance you and to time he has to jour consten ment in from Ilie sant repetition i f which to nearly two dred in from past t Friday until Iho tamah mr on in- into the air of Plains no I eta at of tho earth than tern of their ight they 90 ai not only in winch but tho ned to have i y ono vote tales of the but subsequently a Ordinance j n Proviso of 11 to he on thn worthy tho favors thn of rold anil solid with tiva lias and the resistance lu it One t Nr Thirty la an i still on of their first from marb movements if the Tiie if the adding sorrow tn and gript to At in the the city ranat subject to at i near active nr that rolling in with inch oon to and every thing had in the must fail nor can the vi -id imagination confusion of tin of i in if many of then thought the day of doom was at haud moan and stus in quick sea and vaves failing them for One arul made fnr the with thai and in the course ot BIX j hopo on afc more than sixty thousand ty fr im the Tnp quay of om down into an enormous i t 1 most in toak m d the into an enormous j anj hm crowd of whom mti fat to 1 hive tlie o thr t not wii i the I following r a to that paper are the ii Hi uf pulsed by the late at August Th 1 when thu M1 mil tn foi con- t it ill doty of i a whole apu Swn by acts ai d t m Him the of en it Nt Thai tlie of h imat al with the theory oui nl to common ul fraught willi tu til whi within of Uofwainwnt to i i tbf of Union thai the ii till of been I y jn by 01 aad bf repealed of lion Mid we our unr to every exer employ Io p: of law forever lave of and New although tke from T at the m a n rt o I eno the It an it o KK It i The only in can by ib of thai to awel W it oa o VB I fa tt 4 Ut D B til Ui LAMP Ull a fe our it on til tn aad act aw isj n tho and vitality n n this the ex- elusion of slavery thin then hold by tins original and af the future policy of the Am People and that the influence of Government he actively and on the sido of opinions which deserve and will I doubt int at no distant d ly meet with the heartfelt uf masses of the of sectii'ii of our widely extended in your I urn very your t servant 1C received your offieial n behalf of the Freemen of the Reserve in- viting rnc tn unite them at Cleveland in the am of the of Iho Ordinance of 1787 on tho 13th of July mxl I concur entirely in opinion as to the wisdom of that gnat measure and f nm that it lias secured to the States on which It operates an exemption from the evils of very Uut the event of iho of the Ordinance has never within my knowledge celebrated in any one of the sixty-one years which has Intervened It ia fur Hie first ime lo commemorate t is impossible to disguise the conviction that purpose originates out of the tion now unfortunately whole of the introduction of Slavery into New Mexico and California Whilst no one can be mom oppos d than I am to sion of Slavery into those new thet by the authority of Congress or by in- dividual I thould be to do an to increase prevailing ment I Impo th t the question will hn perfect order and tho fars rest sn f -i i i- I upon thit it ia bv i the i anj District of aid entirely overturned that should report and bed many of us inhabitants beneath jig not evil of their seld hut eti account of re- and Thomas r on who first dratted the to p he in- of slavery int I lis I Resolved That we vilh the ers of the Republic that i slavery is a political evil that the eral should relieve Self from all j tKn met in s of and candor and finally in a to add and instead of t ringing any danger to the existence of our Union In all our differed ees of opinion should never cease to re tint we tiie fellow of one common and glorious country nor tu ctso mutual And friendly But waving all other Indispensable will pre- vent my attendance on the occasion which yon hire done me honor to invite With I am Yoor and H otii ot tin in ide her trip o beneath their walls in 71 nut last j the may be in half fie hy on the Mayflower which run in connection with tup 11 ia a haw tlir the man Mil lo of in and j win out h and wilh injury ard hot r Tho latter had a of I s the breast of iu Central Railroad le ve dwellings may lie in ruins over mother 5 P M At houses for tombs Fi v ru a other thus to it by a miracle manity dent 1 lylor by lowing his name anil influence o be used for the benefit of the power close of the late session of i i not only spirit of his i t to interfere with the action of hu by visit the Free m ing through his organ U visit the Fre Soil party with his case they should do what Sont ern of Congress have done without any such frowns has si own that the cause of freedom in the r.ow Mexico and California ree territories aa nothing to Co Ky July 6 1849 h ive had the honor to your letter of Juno 1st inviting me on behalf of the cj the Reserve to with them at Cleveland on tbo day of July the of the of 1787 with ill the Our Fathers of 76 I of tSl history only one half among no despotism in the warid ot Hie of Ju are M To an a of than No- of ol tl and ata art by be that hope but much fear from t e present Resolved That to tl 3 great inter- est and to ensure in res pets a sound of public it is pensable that should ho of all those who love countty n ire lhan mere party upon iho great e of Human in tbo of J and set in the Inaugural Address of author Resolved That in the spirit the compact solemnly established by the Ordinance of between tlie original and the people of the Te we re- cognize the duty of Congres to resist the toleration of id tho sion of slave and to su for no change in tha of tha Unit d States ate except ID feror of Freedom and no tion to slave representation in the House of whatever iy teit of the Congressional comf lation or precedent Resolved That the e of human slavery at the scat of ent is a foal stain upon the escutcheon of ur and no efforts be to elect and to who will Tota for t o ol slivery and the trade in he District 61 Columbia or for tha removal if oi to a place to Free Soil Resolved That the Free in iU efforts to ordinal policy of the on the c aidy gut trie tia io their we of its unnatural with th n and was at home at 8 Tuns Iny of or volcanic ashes they re- hours two lost at very spot rebuild Tho Mayflower anti the new soil which made 070 in a little over hours jrl r by an abundant y to the if our uist Of if our Kvc Jouf Amsterdam Ho in Lima earthquakes ire of such fro Init the ex- cite alar n but fir the the been coin mo Like ti toad this city sits Upon the r as to overturn extensive and hoi people push out tho water burying the earth them and sill their rums In down to Ships come of one hundred and daya tho city of India anchoring before their doors com- ing in from the tha they have opened in the sand and unlading roods on quays that quiver on the bogs Amsterdam is not the most place in iie world when a Junn sun shining hot on dead water'of its canals and surface is only disturbed by the barges or slops of the tidy housemaids l went through thi streets of the princes of Amsterdam A broad canal sweeps the center fall of every kind of and the dairy land their milk from birges on tho in front of the very doora The half the aro with deep leaved lindens and ihc carriages rattle under tha tall on side and the art No are girls prettier than in Holland complexions white with just enough of red to a bloom and their hands are al fair soft and tapering as their full of mirth ery and firo contributed ally to fill aii with most t Added to were a multitude of women and dren thrown i ito tho Bid mid williout Miscellany State Credit Mfs feet With pleasure piper ia coming un There is to be a demand for it Capitalists are making the discovery that Wisconsin can pay have money left as aoon as ahe her honest it to quote scrip at 86 to 90 cents Several hare been at tbw rate to one knowledge tat TUw M per ueeda only effort iu attending to county and they aw public Audit of 05 should be to the and Keel public ai par a silrer rotee no less lhan four hundrad and thir y history oi that and of pi ople aru by Father who wa i not only an of ths but a In thn We may e cnse Eusebio giving free vent to his feelings in describing such a mournful as the horror of tho tragedy most have un him for critical observations on the of such and fixed n to thn of a the of a and interest which we de- not remember ever to have t een given in any account ot and as our will per nit cannot fail of being highly resting 10 our readers It the of the Octu bcr in year seventeen hundred six wh in lAmi tin with great and holy leal ol Judas lot seemed blending only ii tha her on such a and on an tho drea tragedy occurred al to that beauty and waa awd en bat U was awful It wi s at half paat ten at wheo a judden wid of earth took Ae etna broken op Mr ft re and air in wh ch had wilhout legs and beyond the of aid livee in lam Ind fueling the only caw for their f io be in this by it till to through of of sod and building with Iba ture of while all wera buried in of wen to from get before could ba and wants supplied d wills in on the could on of i heir when jo d and akd for MW ar would hare fyl n are than ted thai an f with taA Wr fcy But ble of ah daj to iv ing petition of c tt nv frnt Mf and Jl I i I
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