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Fond Du Lac Weekly Commonwealth (Newspaper) - September 7, 1859, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin LAC WEDNESDAY 7 18591 Dollars per nun and Geata ir IM I linns year 00 one 4 00 L A 12 loing inch 4 00 3 of tol Tyear one 1 00 aare each subsequent insertion 25 Cards one dollar line of- ji additional first 25 cents not accompanied by written be inserted forbidden and charged 5 made for when d rO S JH Jti MACHINE WORKS OSHKOSH aha wo are now prepared to nish alt articles in oar Trade on the most reasonable We would call your attention to our Threshing machines As and the they dcf their ore surpassed by none are for cale emr IMPROVED WHEMPLE MACHINE with Power Pitts Patent Separator Aa manufactured by J A Pitta wi en Im- portant each Machine Some of the will bn geared will run with belt eoas the fancier of all DIRECTORY to Dr Wiley Office on i Strew of House Fond in E t nil 0 0 WEEKS to S U- fj Sporting OF liu Lnc In J Collections made and at current f exchange A Q S -s Cashier nlStf Forwarding and Commission Warehouse Steam Boat Physician arid [office and nearly opposite the Baptist I on Sorest Street fcf Teeth and of Office la Gravel Block J K COLE Dentist Stone Block up e Manufacturer Ta Wisconsin i Amory Blook W D Attorney at Law Office opposite lewis Law iness attended to as it runs the lightest 13 quickest and in not affected by wind and wet like a belt Gtir Climax btj the strongest LeTer erin use also the most durable nnd to inn Kpan of horses lighter than any other manufactured are taking extra pains part onr this shall paint stripe flower and T them and them not only abetter than can tie obtaine Pric-eofPirst Class Machine alt complete 00 Separator for Belt and Jack 200 00 Patent 2500 for Eight Horses 00 Jack lor 25 10 Straw SO 00 Truck Wagon tor Separator 25 uO We also kare for sale our Improved Two-Horse Machine with Separator price with attached without wagon for the aud 00 with wagon This Machine whan well attended in good grain frill thresh and clean from to 350 bushels of Wheat in a day or twice tbac of Oats The Power Machine we will warrant cap- able of threshing acid cleaning in the best that cua be got to it We pay attention to all kinds of We large assortment of Patterns for the different manufactured in the East or West and all job of repairing will be done with neatness and dispatch Most kinds of Wheels and Ex- constantly on hand Aft this if the trade in small scattered OTer a large extent oJ country OCR WILL BE ON or Our this season arc fitted up second to none incompletely for use with Tool Boxes Tally and all tbe conveniences US PATCHED Homeopathic and first cornor of Fond d u Lac m f of Mr John Radford Division Street n2 Draper and Tailor Roon II operand s Store Second streets All those desirous of getting will please favor him with n 4.11 work warranted to 0 W So 2 Darling's Block Wholesale and Retail Dealer irt Drugs and Medicines Paints Oils Glass Putty Acids Chemicals Jcc sells Clocks Maiu TO MY WIFE The following was written by au who died in New several years ago of then about twenty-eight yeari old Mr seTeral songs that attracted ranch this Come to me dearest Pm lonely time Tm about thee Xight time and 1 the wasing that ceases to fold thee Come tome ray darling to Come in thy bless and Oome in thy and lowly Oome in thy and holy Swallows flit around the desolate Telling of spring and its joyous renewing And of thy lore manifold treasure Are tuy heart with a promise of pleasure Oh Spring of my spirit I of my 1 Shine out on blossom The past of my life hai a within it And thy fondness alone to the can win it Figures move like the lie up by a Byes like Che of poor Erin Where sunshine are chafing each Smiles come seldom but childlike and simple Opening from dimple Oh I thanks to the SaTi or that tby seeming Is tu the elile to brighten his dreaming Toll been you I Doar are you sad now to hear I am saddened r Onr hearts erer answer in time love As to octave and rbyme unto rhyme I cannot weep but your tears will You Imt my cheeks will be I would not din without you at my love You wli 1 not linger when I hare died lore Come to tne dear ere T die on my like the sun of Strong fond as the words which I With your Come for my heart Sn yo ur is lUsto for my spirit is sickened and dreary Gome to the Quart which tin to press tune Gome to the that would fondly carass thee Amount A letter from one of the adventurers of the gold It U ed at David on the 2d o There has been a much larger of gold token in ia an idea of than any one tit a Smli take Tabernacle Horace attended church in Salt Lake City and he thus describes hid im- pressions oi Mormon The discourses to listened were intensely and t Watchmaker Silver opposite St DEW Dealers i Dry Good Fancy Goods Groceries Crockery Maiu Street Fond du Lac By Jumes Ewen This has about 70 well furnished and convenient to to ol and competent trustworthy ince with In ceries Confectionaries Sots Fruits Toys Motions Fancy Goods Main Street opposite Darling's Block Fond du Lac Win tonlS cEO Attorney and with Judge Robert flint Vond cJu Lac ID Jtt and at on forest Street three doorn of Baptist Church it In Dry Groceries Prints Shawls Block Main Street Jond du in Drugs at olu stand lix Street Fond du Lac IAS 1011 HALL Retail Oyster De- pot where will be found at all times Fresh Can Oysters of the best quality at reduced with Ice Cream anil in the Shell CHARLES JOHNSON II Engineer Mid Deputy County Surveyor Office nt his old on Mwr Street rm the south west cornel from the Moth I He 13 also and will be blanks to execute or ages ou ground after complete surveys aw IXSCfttVUTCE of So 4 Wall St Cash Capital Amount of Assets SOth June This Company continues to Insure ships in port and their cargoes household furniture And personal property or bv fire on reasonable adjusted and promptly paid TV T MS How Benefits the Soil Dry and Hot and How much everything suffers for the want of exclaims the farmer as the empty clouds roelt day after day from hie And it is a sad scene now presented in places iu the country Wo not recall il for our would rather invite them to a brighter side of the ture That seasons of often a complete Machine Among all who last j recurring find SO injurious to OUT Summer season used ou and Power sdU beneficial to Uie jil seems strange but chemical science us that droughts are one of the rial causes to restore the constituents of rops and long cultivated soils he why and wherefore of this we may ere from rof Higgins Chemist of the State Society of Maryland The loss of mineral matter from the soil from the fact that it is taken tip by rowing crops and al o carried away by is surface water flowing into streams and letice into the sea two causes are ia operation and were there no of supply would in time render ie earth a barren waste The diminution Inch arisen from continued cropping is in art restored by manures and is rue of the constituents washed from the by drainage but this supply is nail uncertain and of limited application Providence has provided natural means o the lest mineral constituents to ur land At intervals droughts to bring up from Uie deeper oil food for tho use of plants when the again fall to an 1 bring hem into action A drought acts upon the moisture in the arth as During dry weather a continual ation takes place from the soil hove that supplied by rain or dew which reates a vacuum so far as the water in the soil is that is at once lied bv water rising from the the subsoil deeper and deeper as the continues and the moisture is ex- circulation of water in the canb he reverse of that takes place in wet weather Tin's progress to surface wa- er in the earth itself strikingly n tie up of springs and wells and there but one from both Farmers and Threshers and that the superiority in dralt the perfect manner in wbich formed their work nnd the perfect freedom from dents entitle hem to the entire conn den ee of the mers and Threshers of and that there now built in Oshkosh just the machine needed in the We invite all who inny he in want of Machines to examine our being confident that we can make it an object both as regards quality and terms of payment for the Threshers of Northern consin to purchase of UP We are also SUGAR CANE excellence one beoo thoroughly tested by two It is built entirely of ron very with three rollers and fitted up for one or two horses shall be always to re- calls from cane growers and interested in of the staples of our State Frice to to weight All orders at ton fled to Our Machines may be found in du Lac M at SMEDLEY CASE to S B J Main Street du Lao Wisconsin Manufacturers and Dealers in Guns Rifles Tackle Cutlery Hazard's and other Sporting and Blasting Safety Fuse Powder and Drum Game and Caps and 1 ills let Moulds Dog Collars Jails and Gun Materials Lines Fli and Spoon Bait Single nnd Treble Hoofes Cricket Implements Animal Traps Ac N goods at New York prices and Retail Repairing done at short notice E M M A Y Manufacturer of AND IN aad Dried Fruits WHOLESALE AND KETAri SO M One door South of Second jj Green GUST Jeweler and Optician tM Watches and Plated Clocks Spectacles Fancy Goods opposite the Lewis House TOiD BU LAC WISCONSIN Clocks and Jewelry Repaired at much less rtu the usual prices and Great t to sit e in hand W I I Bnd of Italian Violin and Guitar Strings Also Jewelry made to order k for paid for Old Silver Ice Cream aud Refreshment Saloon and now really For Summer Trade SODA WATER And other Brinks In good stylo and warranted to please tco served in moulds ol the latest pal terns for and no CuSe and ornamented to order K GEORGE C WRIGHT BOOTS AND SHOES iT OLD STAND Or J MilS WRIGHT having purchased the Jl the Boot and Shoe business would the du Lac and he is prepared to furnish Market with Boots and Shoes OX THE NOTICE AXO article article wm the plaie at the old stand of J j It Block Trom the tons experience Cosiness he gutters that he do Boots and Shoes than any I In the ABSTRACTS ABSTRACTS of Title and incumbrance on 1 tace fill be promptly and accurately made all the Office Those desiring AND of their Land purpose of money upon by Mortgage will do well to Procure them at the Registers Office which are certified to by Register Are Evidence to Court for Those made by the officially to Also and information giren to Lands it orders for Abstracts to be address I to SOtOS O DOBOE Fond du A H Marine Insurance Agency oo I I CITY I d 1 48 Capital tnj 00 GOOD TIMES COMING The Cooler Market Removed TO Block No 131 Tlie i leased the above will keep con tantly on tbe Meats of all Kinds BUTTER LAUD POULTRY ic paid for Fat Stock A large Lumbe od to for Fat or 15 to buy tho for th SEEK Cheap Cheaper to Suit the 27 12 LOWELL'S DRUG GROCERY STORK BROWS 12 Ibs for One Dollar XI CRUSHED POWDERED and ED SUGARS One Shilling per pound Tea Coffee Tobacco Dried Apples in Also a fine assortment of Drugs Medicines Chemicals 12 j h 1859 NEW ESTABLISHMENT DYER SCOURER SILK WOOL AND FANCY DYER I ADLES Fine and Shawls colored and new Ll dressed to order long In Germany Ne York City in my 1 mm prepaid to do justi to any in my and the t nole expense of tending their dresses to Mi to all Location door Wept of the Bant of Fond do Lac Jond du Lao aoth which are supported by springs of Not only is the water thus brought to lie of the but also nil that Surne few Have been inn the hut moat dug up to has been taken out by the In- and sold for Us weight in plaia The Indiana have found much richer than any known by the whites J do not think thai any American should expect to do much until the dry season and ihen I that men cin take out fortunes in a short time Nearly every grave has more or leso gold in it and as there are many thousand of these graves or all over no hing is wonted but to bring the guld images are found from two to four feet be- low the pottery and latter is found some four surface bones are found in groves and small traces of human hair I hurt some very curious of tery and gold think the valued copper more thAn sold os all the copper images are finer wrought those of gold Many ot the articles bear ol Chinese One guld has the almond eyes peculiar to the race There are many singular stories brought in by Indians All or al part oi are undoubtedly mere fabrications One Indian who brought in some six Iba o gold images says thai there ia a Sierra de los in the interior where the gold is as plenty as rocks and where In- dian kings are all buried but that no white man there as the Indians are very brave and hate pale faces For a tin cup one Indian offered to show me a place where gold was in the rocks aa plenty ne trie rocK itself I hive seen some gold dust and some gold but not tj moke me be- lieve that any one has discovered the mines where the gold token from from which till were One Indian suys he can take me in four days to a ruined city where the houses are built stone and some of them have gold nails in the walls and when they put gold pots in the graves than his head But 1 mode a large discount on what he said ae I hud just given him a drink of pure American brandy The quantity of gold which comes in daily proves beyond u that great exist somewhere near here There is a French hotel here the boarding is about hall as much ns it is iti cheapest on the Isthmus The usual for a to the is two dollars lime required to up is six a peon per day lour dimes The nights are so cool that a pair ol thick fefl very no fleas arid the finest ever saw The natives arc- and est there ia no need of pistols and knives Provisions of all binds are cheap and abun dant Panama Star thus encourages gold Mr who has returned for the pose ot taking up another stock of goods brought a quantity of very did specimens He calculates after a lul he has seen nl least 000 worth of these sold in of people in David but he thinks that there must be n greal deal more he did not see as they were very about them lo strangers It is thru among all the of which have been found there is not represented either a horse cote pig dog or any oilier animal strong evidence that they were made Dy a race who prior to the introduction oi auch animals to thia continent The country in many places to he covered with graves for miles and il is thought there will be ol pation for thousands of when the dry season sets in which will be in ths end That were God's peculiar ple and Ihnt.all the rest of are out of the ark of gaiety and floundering in heathen I om not by this of preaching It reminds me forcibly of the Pharisee's Lord I thank thee that I am not as other people are un- juat 1 think men in thia assumption of an sive patent for the ol God and I urn quite sure it ia well calculated lo up iis disciples wish and pride That Christ ia about lu appear on -in all the pomp splendor a conqueror that he will Ihon lu take on The iu Our Southern not only the good old customs of burning people alive but the torture that ingenious od ol examining witnesses arriving at the truth is among them In of Dr Dov recently rescued from is in- related to correspondent of N Y A negro had been caught somewhere and brought to jail Negroes ure confined in the lower part mid be had through a hole for a stove Through this Dr Doy laarned from the cap- tive that he was a free man and hod borri in the State ol Illinois He acres or fund with some improvements Aurora He had come lo Kansas to lock nt it to locate his was seized Missouri hurried to tho county Tlie the of the the right regulation of donm tic to of to tlie principles com tial election of act Shd into by i D the by HM Tie was out mid tied to a The te general whether or with dagger points produced The Sheriff loct or his legal parties were present The unfortunate negro was asked nominally Christian nnd glorify his Uhe Latter-Day treated by the preachers as propositions too self-evident to need Having thus chastised and gathered his elect troin lour winds of the is over them lor a thousand end of which period they are together to be transferred to heaven course I the like this but it always seems to me a very gross nnd wicked version of the magnificent imagery whereby the Bible foreshadows great spiritual trans- formations But the spirit of the Mormon religion appears lo me Judaic rather thin and 1 readily Heber or at any rate one ol the lights of the church once said in tion with a do pray ur my I pray Unit the may all go to hell Neither irom the nur elsewhere have 1 wiis iu jail the of I heard Irom a one jus ice and ilif prisoners the gales of the essential where his master whn that name was and when he In vain did tne poor leilow tell his story It was received with oaths and abuse and he was told that kind of style would not while instrument of torture was applied ferociously to buck ed from the wounds and the victim writh eil anil shrieked in his Al last there n cessation aud the Well tell us who's your master and when you ran away I told you I never had n master born in Illinois am free Oh you we have heard such ries MS that before u to him Tuna lill he confesses Again the horrid scene was It the people Platform the the African Slave Trade or a slave code for or ithe trine that the f prostitution United Status establishes or tbe the the pie legally to control it the of the States ting their domestic institutions and the ed powers and that wo perfect compatibility of i and slave States gether under the Federal Constitution hood ol the entire Human rims prayer lor the enlightenment and ice und the prisoners the gales it In agony the cried for to him what they wanted vation ot all mankind On the The questions were repeated but the I have been distinctly given to understand that my interlocutors expect to sit on thrones and lu bear rule over multitudes in the approaching of God In one sincere devout man has to day assigned that to me aa a reason lor polygamy: he wants to qualify himself by ruling a large and diversified family here for bearing rule over hia principality in he new he knows to be at hand I think he might far better devote a lew years lo pondering Cl saying lo the who would be least in the kingdom ol heaven the some shall be greatest I was with regard lo the Book of Mormon I had understood that it ia virtually discarded or at least neglected by the Church in its services and But Pratt cave us n of iu and treated it as 01 nnd importance wilh the Old Resolved That for the of the Federal Supremo Court of States tribunal by that inent whose are t the arid of every citizen Resolved That we are change in the existing and to any distinction being made and naturalized such as are designated by the desiring to extend without regard to and New fiom it but Ha did not read from Malechi and ho water holds in solution There arc flits of limo aud or and soda or indeed whatever the topsoil or top strata of the may contain Tha water on reaching the surface is erj but leaves behind its lime and potash is silicates carbonates and salts all to the of the vegetable pro lucts of the farm Rain wa- ter as it falls will dissolve but a very small portion of some of these substances bat when it sinks into the then be- strongly imbued carbonic acid the decomposition of vegetable ter in the soil and thus acquires the erly of readily dissolving materials on before have but little Several experiments tried by Prof THK says Fox is i After his long and exhausting speech on Hastings trial he seen handing ladies into coaches all the gayety and prattle uf an idle gallant Burke's trick was a failure he flung the dagger ou the floor of the House of Commons and nothing but a smothered laugh and a joke fiom gentleman lias brought us the knife but where is the fork t When Lord made bis debut at bar liis agitation almost overcame him and j upon die internal lie froing to sit down At that and has thu said he I thought I felt my tle tugging at my gown and the idea roused ma to an exertion of which I did not think myself Lord Brougham speaking of the salary attached to a appointment to a quoted text text from the Prophets which hn cited as predictions ol the writing nnd discovery of tnU Loss RANGE don contains the following tration the precision of aim attained by thp gun lew days ago we saw the range and accuracy of the new Armstrong t sted in a way which a Cooling ourselves on the Essex coast near the ar- tillery practicing ground were asked to kee g and while this goes slowly and solemnly on one of tin m spies n Sigh of feese far out tn sea they light un yon Up go a dozen Yes there they Bicker iu the iun gray and white mere in the blue sea air Load the at the breach Boat off there to the A signal telld the tale The shot has struck is taken ininV the mouth oi A as well aimed from Hill hit ba I on Observatory ur il fired Irum bring a in n f act of those engineers linve just come to London to study our new artillery and learn how to Verona against the Frank FLY correspondent of the Australian farm and Flies have a great antipathy to walnut leaves a wreath of which will in a degree prevent their entering a room rel oil is also an abomination lo them If spead upon picture frames it them entirely from fly spots It in France mediate being respited a- the trembling bleeding victim hesitated to re- peat words that consign a fate even more horrible lhan death Again a torrent of profanity poured on him lie had fallen down aJ the cords had been loosened Put him put him we'll bring him to and the pour crushed victim was made to under tho horrid torture At last almost to and week the execution was once more stopped and questions your Oh any you like Well was Yes yes Of County an you like I know any in Virginia I never was there j Yes cried ths trembling that was the And it is more than six months since you ran away from and the man without a hope in all the despotism around him fall forward on hia breast and his broke in tears and sobs You have got ali that noted one of the officiating villains to the all Tbe victim was unfastened and led away fi wad two: weeks his wounds were well enough for him to travel and he wap luken away HEALTH or The London correspondent of the ter Guardian I urn sorry to learn ropos of military hygiene hat Ulfss ence continues in lose strength under her labors The scenes and of the made a deep and abiding impression on her devoted and She determined alter her re- turn to give to the removal ol manifest sources ol that evil which she had beheld in lull play in the luzar houses ot Scutari and under the in Massachusetts under citizens are cut-off front the exercise of the for after they have complied with we led Re- publican party the spirit disguised Know this attempt to degrade the foreign white population below the of gro by allowing the South the right of suffrage and i n one year and withholding the same white man Resolved That we affirm tha fight of and that zen ia equal tbo native born entitled to the protection of this ery quarter of the globe Resolved That by a reckless disregard of by lavish expenditure of and by loose and weak tion the party of have imposed burdensome people the property vague and uncertain and materially injured onr reputation abroad Resolved That the State imperatively demand economy and a retrenchment penmen uf the government Resolved That the Democracy of consin disapprove: the lavish lic domain heretofore corporations but are in granting limited of the public lands to actual settlers con- dition of a bona fide Cn r i n the public in general MY in the in hereby tbat I will Wool into Bood Rolls If left at my old stand on Rew rods west of the Presbyterian on Main street rented power to ran mjr carding ia feuon therefore all Wool to my will be curded by myself and warranted to Quality week of the f Tond da Lac Stb PARSON SMITH MACHINES THE on S tint e S J I or uw Salt to show this action of in i new il was all bringing mineral matters the surface of j in his way the soil In one case he placed a solution of chloride of barium in cylinder and then filled it with dry soil After exposure to tiie -un the surface of the soil tested with sulphuric acid and gave a copious precipitate of sulphate of baryta Chloride of lime sulphate of soda and carbonate of potash were experimented on in like manner and upon application of proper tests the of the soil ed their presence in drawn up bv the rising of water from underneath as drought The parched vegetation ed and withered by the ing under a curse but it is only an tion for the blessing in dis- guise for the future The early and ter rain may produce at once abundant crops but dry weather is needed to bring to the the depths of the earth where it would be forever unemployed for future harvests It is nature's nance for keeping up the fertility of the cultivated Gentleman As tbe mercury transmits to the dial of the barometer every et the at- so doe the heart indicate upon the human of the mind Love touches the heart and away with the sw ft ness of electricity speeds ue to mark the fact face Rage touches it and the firm set lips the swelling Teins and the flashing eyes de- the touches it and every lineament is full of joy Guard well the heart then for it will assuredly indicate according to the spirit fills H flies of s ct of keeping them it you would like to see first of U Pitt and Fox were listened to wilff found respect and in silence broken only by occasional cheers but from moment of Sheridan's rising there was an expectation of which to his last days was dom disappointed A low murrnur of gerness ran round the house every word was for and his pleasantry set the whole assemblage in a roar Canning said of eloquence that for the last two years bis public exhibitions were a complete failure and that you taw all the mechanism of his oratory without its life It like lifting the flap of n organ and seeing the wheels you saw the skeleton of his sentences without the flesh on them induced to think that what you had considered flashes were mere ly primings kept ready for the occasion Mr Burke on one occasion had just en in the House of Commons with some pers in hand on the subject of which he intended to make a motion whun a rough hewn member who had no ear for tie charing of eloquence rudely started up and said Speaker I the honorable gentleman does not mean lo read that large bundle or papers and to bore us with a long speech into the bargain Mr B was so swollen with rage as to be incapable of utterance an I absolutely ran out of the house On this Selwyn remarked that it was the only time he ever saw tbe fable realized braying of an ass And in another paper we Slid tbe Every man wbo works a horse during the hot ran promote comfort of the following simple shield against the teasing of Take two or handsful of walnut leaves on which two or three quarts of cold water let it infuse one night and pour the whole nest morning into a kettle and boil for a quarter of an hour when cold it is fin for use Moisten a sponge with it and before the horse goos out of bis stable iel those parts which are most irritable be smeared over with the liquor WHAT CAUSE THE HAIR TO TCRS English writer has recently an undue proportion of lime in the tem is the of premature gray advises to avoid hard water either foi drinking pure or when converted into tea coffee hard water is ly impregnated with lime Hard water may be softened by boiling it let it be- come cold and then use it as a U is also staged that liquor that will color tbe human hair not stain theskin may be made by taking one part of bay rum three parts of olive oil and one pan of good brandy by measure The hail be washed with the mixture every morning and in a short time tho use of if make the hair a beautiful black out injuring it in the least The must be of the best quality mixed in a tle nnd always shaken well before being plied MRS desires to know why the captain of a vessel can't keep a randum of the weight of Ms anchor instead weighing it every time he leaves port I A bade his servant go poor man urn back is fellow travels with a pack in pocket Take -E of pence ehe has been t he work of barrack and with a view to the amelioration jf the health of the soldier and the increase f hia has persevered in this abor in spite of impaired health nnd ailing told hor friends when liey remonstrate with her and urge her 10 ake thut it ia her she must virk at objects either she sinks ut work or it accomplished She iri uli been ha orm of the aud tind lias had 1 1 the 01 niti tne oi a und im- an difficult even fur lo AND DE LAVE A bog -in the The the following which in- ert but an it told in all ness we give i There on exhibition upon on Monday night last about 11 which did nut appear in the bills One ni the press boys in office Jem -S Buckley 16 years quietly wish a companion at hour lo the wesi end of the rupi at hn saw null boldly started fur Pulls Pi ld without balancing pole or any other Hi nn in journey which it b was accomplished and danger was of the rope then it wilh his nnd i was obliged to by hid luu When oi the which lie was unable to with his humid in consi the extreme peril I encountered becomes apparent His are blistered and nnd it is hardly he will soon such a foolish undertaking SENATOR ON WOMAN'S RIGHTS Douglas writes a letter to Lucy Stone in which he gays 1 need not now after so many years of faithful labor in the cause of popular sovereignty insure yon that you have in your endeavors to the liberty of governing yourselves in your own why subject only to the Constitution of the United States the full measure my undivided sympathy BLONDIN'S din from his last at Niagara He hug probably made Resolved That the arid efficiency of the present Democratic Administration manifested in the adjustment of our ties Britain to right of prompt and ful redress of the inflicted upon Government of Paraguay suppression of the rebellion n the enforcement of n the impartial execution of Congress for the suppression of slave Trade and We have full confidence in its ty and inclination to protect the of our citizens and uphold the honor of our Resolved That the persistent to force upon the National Democracy the ma of a desire to legislate through Congress a Slave Code for the Territories is but i trick of unprincipled and to direct popular attention from heir own base disorganizing and nullifying THE Dublin he pupils of the polytechnic school lave recently pome curious bearing oa tobacco Dividing voung gentleman of shows that the have proved selves in various far inferior to Not only on ex- amination on entering the school in a lower rank but in that they have to year the rank of the had lallen and not while the men who did not found to atmosphere clearest kind i THB poet Journal draws the following beautiful There ia a dignity about away alone we call Wrapping llw mantle of immortality about that ting aside with a pale band the tains are drawn around this a world that venturing away from horns the first time not is seeing foreign countries down on any maps Thera must be lovely lands for none ever return and we very doubt if any one if they could out of a in minutes At the twe n PrinceM and ter two again on tirrie of fer ty rate it will ly two o will be aM a mile in no GOOD tott Slate Stat
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