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Standard, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1854, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE and h nd of the or his rapacity 1 Submission therefore IA dishonor nnd a of our people It is u voluntary acquiescence in despotic of oligarchy in to you examine thoroughly the nn tlint present themselves to induce you lo unite with un in the coming contest Dissolve fur FIT IT 1 f B W BURROUGHS On Columbia Smut Third Story Over Cts 01 ami Of SJ 1 P 00 Tm IS 00 in will lu for arc lo bj lo trie Hi to adorned iu he iu bo W ensure i u if I1 59 INDIANA THURSDAY SI 1854 NUMBER Tii in Hie train of weary cure Thai vain man How sweet iu the balmy air Ami form mi ml 10 nature's Jwell taitl toil one cue filth oml strife hill and To the of the District lij Dr II to tf iv anil ordered to la Published or THE lOrn Ity your to vim us to ilic iho of this District should in the Canvass find to invito your active co opn in securing a union of all find breach of faith Ulli tie purl of of and the Von know of the great political adopted in t u- r nt The main of to harmony nn ilio 5 very which being a it to have henn that national patties embracing MIR tree and s avo States in otm not hai muiihcu the basis hands of ih and it is which has carried through this the rights of Freemen is in no degree the law was supported by a portion of the from the Free Slates Instead of palliating tins is an of us the same which robbrd us of our light lo have dti looking back upon whole Union is aptly inscribed upon thf sho bus as her offering to ihu oi the Father of his country needs no she stands alone firm in her to com and thus most her both to North anc South and thus also her to Union What for Fellow orator of that day the exponent such should now all brightness of his for a crisis as this never taw Slavery or must triumph All arc now at an end Constitutional obligations in the estimation of tho South are hut ropes of sand The constitution the courtesies of aio all trodden down in a mad career lo propagate an institution which civilization hns outgrown and which is wholly with our professions as a nation of freemen In such n crisis what an important re- BUSINESS ATTORNEYS j c- Worden Case ul Comer of anil Sheets over office June 8 ISM FORT WAYNE L M- Attorney and Counsellor tit Law AND solicitor in on of Fort sweet lie vising dawn Amid the scented flowers To the lawn Or roam the secret bowers when to AnJ shadows retch the plain Hour tlic world's repose To listen to t ie the sun jour ley done Smiles etc his dish sink down mile wide circle which he run Glows Uke a flaming How night fulls round To roam i To in cart i in And lifl 10 heaven the cj-e! Upon the stillness of hour The coolness of this woodland No cloud of lower No evil thoughts the heart invade And tha heart Or mark of years 1 would not from scenes depart For all or history we hope It advance no but those ment u from heart of every unbiased citizen of the In the of lie crisis has thrust upon his through thu and lie weakness of men public and it us nil to meet it with calmness but with the spirit ami of freemen who know ami will not when the occasion it them The SOtli May will over bo J und a dny n the history of this On that day i wrong was perpetrated n deed if ahame was iho Constitution the principles oi the and thu existence of the Union brought It may he well foi us to look fur a short ime at extent und diversified forms of his great for whatever may bu justification advanced by the friends of he measure the a solemn entered into to save the peace of the country and which Sir third of n century been approved and recognized as an never to bo disturbed w of no small To lo he intrusion f a territory it had been excluded by an Act of with the hat it was to bis us a is mi aggression free which hey submit 1 o Freedom regardless of of their and of the oi heir polity A of public faith and the ot a portion of a continent from a Iron into n territory uic great disgraceful to na as ii nit this involves a inure greater intended o he adopted by this act principle -t that Slavery in ihn of iho United ind is the general and land has been boldly assorted and by as well as and on which hid measure lias been defended Such it nf the and makes its not on iho local laws of Hi ales but on i he organic of the confederacy ami resting on high authority slavery goes the extends and is spread over the length and breadth of all th of Ihc confederacy und such as it is hoped hereafter to of thw principle object with the than iho opening of ID and it id had by a entirely under their control to resort lo such extraordinary means to carry and mate this wicked and dangerous They may have doubted slavery would be to do minion over hut they know this principle carry it New Mexico nnd Utah ami Cuba and of they inny ymi nil know the men who framed constitution held y in such abhorrence that Miry would not even it M be In arranging tu of slavery in some of the Status a sustained by State laws and this was done by nf lhat or not appear in that They full thai Mich u in the charier f of a free of which was as in its to form a justice mid of to and would be a scandal and t And yet in the f fuels present have iho holding to history and to maintain this lions of republican sages and instead of nnd entailed all on nnd their of thu are of the act And if after noticing such as t assailing our tieK our and and peace of This did and thu of both was that tic prior on thin not tube i and that all agitation in or out of congress should be avoided t 111 the platform tit the democratic the irf so strong as to m-e tide and condemn nil incipient slepa tending lo agitation Heie a solemn pledge between iho mn shorn and win of the two now is plighted faith it not been shamefully by iho wing of both partis i And inoperative and both the northern wing of either to act men who have of palpable if Suppose ntn of party tad been guilty of Mich n of JJa timore creed in voting and us ng all 1 repeal Slave Law Do you the boasted would any with them? And sta ids the President 1 In his letter the he agrees to abide by this platform not only because been hy the party nominating him hut it was his And in hii S the very emphatically that the Ue by w on thu subject of slavery shall not be d his ration if in hid power to ire vent it In signing this Kansas und and in using his to re its Congress he convicted of a violation faith wilh nation It U citizens lu ow in detail thu the i till its final and vou Know do the and can us motives that impelled in Von 1 lat the have ever any uf with the solemn agreement of Whig and nt North and Smith ad it was said brever subsided all the evidences o opinion tu indicate that ihu in had become ao It in 1 of t ic American People That to use the Mr in it hud an origin akin 10 that of the of l ie in the remove forever the danger which seemed t at nu day to sever thu s nf Union Vou know loo full well lellow citizens o fur his own schemes 10 ion of the planted watered and now en And how a of th national of which has been pitched into Congress as or In a game played by aspirants lo t e You know with we all the in there before the power nf Smth Xo 01 of and dun to out this of ruin und and when midnight had ennui and when Hie lamps had gone nut or dimly hen galleries were when Senators witli steps the bar room and iho when insult and wakened iho echofs in a half mi KI Texas 1 Mountains to ai d lill ihu of t it might bo lo tin final the hmd Thu of have Us bit fellow In the of 1 all Iho appliances that could bo used hy iho of the tho million 1 pal freely brought into and for controls in the very and in the shame you feel ut 1 HTC by the Senators and most of the State Slate has been disgraced n the Semite by the durk designs and pt ol and the and blasphemy nf The Hun in found depths of his ambitions musings seems to that slavery in Kansas and Nebraska is a small compared with the to w itch that act seeks to inculcate Wonder as yon may gent cinen ut the political of Mr Chamberlain you will never be deluded by miserably sophistry with w lich he see is to quell you into that us l in art is a measure and sanctioned by a majority of l o Representatives of the people it is the and submissive duty to bow to Thai knows full well thai the wholo progress of that Jaw tifi first to was wilh all the usual concomitants of treason secrecy a id 7 needs not to be told that measure was fining noon the country and forced by the thu through a Congress not u member of which Was elected wilh reference to question 01 even wilh the suspicion that such a measure would he offered fur his consideration Mr Chamber lain now tells you gentlemen that it is perfectly useless to tl o question nnd to urge u repeal of the Kansas and Nebraska act on the attention of the Senate That that branch of the government will vote on t e us they and so defeat your withes What authority let us ask hus Mr Chamberlain for such an assertion He knows full well the force of opinion upon all legislative ami had that present opinions not been formed his present position amid the corrupt atmosphere of a Slave bad he waited till he the free of the public sentiment of this State scanned ihu meaning o combinations that uro forming for freedom in all of the free Slates and tin change of expression in many ot the presses of the he might now more sec that a is rising from the masses of thu people will not be laid him sound the alarm and ring his as In: may upon yom factious ho knows that an of is fast being created that shall tell upon the legislation even of the present Senate has Mr Chamberlain MI that article the Democratic creed almost divine right nf Instruction then the fellow citizens from your in every county and every township revolutionize tho aspect of Slate and lot go from this and other States the a and a of iho Act and if duly of the Senator to yield to instructions of ibat body from whom hu derived his authority is an article still existing in the husis of Mr Chamberlain's position fall Act in of doing your duty if their shall still remain deaf and so blind as not lo listen to or see this more risible on them shall real tho responsibility of may in thn of his it is of nn ami rather a painful task over our wrongs there is u way und a will to redress them Tlie parly must depend upon upon own political and moral power The case but one alternative or Thai is iho real question wo have to decide and we readily meet issue tendered by our opponents And to the of submission in this district we would put iho question arc yon aware what it is o which you propose lo 1 U it to the hi each of faith in the repeal of iho To t extrusion of over a once to larger than the original thirteen Stales Ibid as il would lie not the extern of Von must submit to an interpolation into the nf a winch carries slavery through the length and breadth nf the republic and it every where except where it may hit excluded by State legislation a principle which makes nf tho free stales much as morally guilty for of slavery in iho slave states to submit to ibis outrage id to submit to nil future aggressions which submission will invito Does any one suppose that th slavo interest will bo satisfied will this viclory and iu 1 any of submission of this District You are lo be in the balls of Congress either by a of freedom or ii mem in the builds of you arc to decide this question at tliR ballot box and nmv have it in your power by d I regard parly and In passions and prejudices used hy interested and mid a and vacillating select such as will truly yuit councils of the nation Tlie only worthy the only representative is one nominated by and responsible only to the people acting independently of old political organizations and free from their party caucus dictations Lei us then unite accept tho issue us and sond to tho next Congress an untrammelled and reliable man one who will prove a faithful representative of tho dearest interests of und our common a man fellow citizens Wo roposo to offer for your suffrages in uf SAMUEL M T ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE Sired under Ilio Odd Wayne Indiana PHYSICIANS Similia Dr G W and prevail upon a majority of his to support the right of on t Imt and let the gratitude and the honois of this Plate ever attend thai small bund of her sons who tine tn the and trim to the generous impulses of their own fearless i bi in the ranks of wuic nut wanting in Ihc might here well to the position occupied by few in thu House who loud and eloquent in their denunciations of the Kansas and of in a contest is a mere political shadow opposition by their votes tu carry the beyond the portals of iho remove legitimate ami to its progress and thus lu smooth way and expedite its lo Fn that list has been till lately clawed of this The friends of Freedom have a trom a d leading pi esses of all in the have the votes attached to his nume as full pi oof that he ton ind to iho of you ban denied charge in his District and it would appear invidious in us ut time to subject He hm appealed tu has cast himself on his own and jury i nd as JJ in trials for treason of a lint one gentlemen we inny and do with yon lament he of this who tillered in Congress in eloquent liis views un this Nebraska o ust March should now to his and iu the rind That man who on that day the rep recent a lives of Union in his high s welling words of a and who then in behalf the of striking the chords that in in your bosoms thai that man applauded in his District for the position he then on now return lo his folded arnm a in tbe of Southern and to iho as it is said of Senatorial faces nf his own Stale who are unhappily in he ilu Km follow to follow in his lo anil in a upon your any of of this and that you rest with him lo tin behests f the power If ymir hearts do not at iho idea of such a ready tame and and at of ymir late we invite you to over the following from Iho speech nf Mr Chamberlain i he jit occupied a position I men who such arc heroes These the men who lay their when duly demands the I for one however a i thi Sir Jolm II M D resilience al the nf streets the House Me Democratic liv j G Not vainly did old pouls lell Not did paint God's anil miracle The IKIO aid tie For even in a day Jan we our sainted ones discern Anil feel whi e with on way Our liin us burn co and world wide Ul fame men name In vein shall Homo her imi And him her taimly Whom in the great calendar All men Bv hit wood To me ii hut Since nt 1 stood Ami wilh oi f nn i true And lihR his b Muster knew of loing good ty fame Vet on the ips of his name Tim sun SIM It wild the freeman's prayer of ly ill children knew outworn liy long The last pule O'er face the f sorrow sidle hike a still ow The sorrow o the soul Rut ihi r Union told to his own And freedom V rolled Up to the i ull I saw it a glud surprise Thrill thai und pain-worn in those deep culm eyes A null flame few weie 5110 i as move Urn ripen in itw Tu high heroic No of eel nr dime strife imbues had ceased And ut onu commun t The and the Priest And not in vai with stir And inul hope less dim For that brief meeting each pursued The path allotted him How edict's yet Western hilt And vale wi h dying won How ate tht hearts of still Die warning And the calm w is He lis soil once more A leader ol thu free A pleader for the poor him fall Old fearri subside old lui rei s melt And stretching o'er blue wall the Celt The yeoman on the Scottish HUP The grinder wont grim The in l e Cornwall mines np wilh hope to him ihc It- at Umm and wheel Ami thus 1 v the Which moves our An 1 still Ami He nuieliens into deeds is the victory of llw the spirit H e Ho Tim Prophet Owen Mary F- West corner of Maine anil streets ill over storr FoHWsyue lull Many actions like the Rhone have two sources one the other Drs will en moil lily nl Fort nil vicinity P.M Office H Furl 111 lady who tried lo preserves in u family jur found they BOOKS TRUMAN IN 1 11 of life lift if wo do but our duly to our duly to our own minds we shill sunn eomo to do it to the world A barber is the only person who can hold uf a man's nose with impunity one can bo happy who not apply to good Tho drone 15 a burden to himself a lo the world N P STATIONER are uf secrets as do not mean lo keep Mich covet secrets aa a covets money for tho purpose of passions must bo cheerful mid guy not gloomy and A propensity to hope and joy in real olio to fear nnd sorrow real poverty Aa in a Idler if paper is small wo have much lo write we so let ua learn to economise and improve ihc moments of life of securing t Oil Paintings an tlic ill short lime fur DAGUERREOTYPES of can from lima from accidents to which nrc Specimens office nil ate inny lie left Coll anil for yourselves J yon feel as if you didn't know to po to and what to dn kinder und married Fur hri lining ono down tu a fact and him feel somehow and where is a great article journeyman tailor lias achieved tho Why arc pantaloons like wells it up because have spring To Bee a voung lady iu nail to lli bead uf ihc with i voice as as a lenor call to tho a of and beans iho liy romance in Produce Salt cOc FORT rou New Mississippi mill Western Transportation Linn ou tlie Erie nfa tm the fell ail Canals mill ram Forwarding Commission is an fact licit a painter with a vessel nf paint in each hand reaped The maku wily for him with the utmost Tho IMC once said on serving persona outer to avoid the rain that was falling arelo he for making their religion a cloak bin I do not think much who make it an umbrella I Missionary had rebuked a South Sea for iby iin of After a day or two iho cannibal faco radiant with joj Me right now ono wife Mo very good Chilian What did you do wilh the Meeat hernp bore 1 will nor of my Democrat io nor my honor in the of inv to the ri Mr a of Slavery linn I the arc riveted upon the budy on iron hot it is irue the more than ibis is if the moil no nl their own tho are thrown around the soul aid tor slave is branded with dreadful Minj of Mini firn which is in E quenched oir I had tathrr bo thai his than one of This may pass Indiana devotion to the Y tlie IMS who nff Ilic lint from tht uf the a ngf or the knocked down tho tuns ef Uio poor nf San with or which wins the Wedding Invitation Address AMI nt ilio In a Style nearly c mul fur preferable io tho in is fighting manfully lor the ami ii is doing service Kor its it IMS been liv ihc slavny extension Thu hist 1 in 1811 when in compel will my friend so wol lor liia and liberal political opinions him ul his residence in I i impressions of ll al I it can be thai no to tin religions of r man whose life am tml manifested above Ihr Sec is now the com moil Hiigli Drugs Perfumery FANCY Ilio Oils Cornor ol of a wife to malic broad hml f r Ilic Jones Agricultural in fur Jones u to know H wife nor able 10 make a ii to a divorce
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