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Fort Wayne Times, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1849, Fort Wayne, Indiana IS E VERY THURSDAY BEAUTIFUL BET TROTH IS paper arrearages Bales juf Advertising 1 1 Vol Meraid T I- OF A O bring me a book in which is enrolled of ihs Foil all lime unlaid O lei me review each leaf 1 r Aud carefully scan all juy have fled ravish with To lite Irom will divide may be io ase The glory a Lke Yei error my i or vi rare oi ror heal of tlie nun Nor uur conic so ol 1 from Moy oe illy While morning shall me And Uie Ood of ill me in love I net 1 a i toil mill a is Aid all di e And all the mourning and all deep woes Are whom s con erred The power in do good The lo if peace Tfl on ti cord ami shall cease ihi it r ol sirile po cer lo up to era ol 1 ic! Bui nig his powers Oft md ill luc Where ni wo on 1 And in the jl u a ite and pride lake furies on whirlwinds ride L M January 1849 i S She never up her pen ive Tne merry laugh Irom lip to lip unheeded by in her The louat oi gladness And o er il pour in rapid Hood I lie open ol sadness never frown ng grief With In stern ni bound f Has t aie her long lean f raised her lias one so young the esson teamed is oil J Ah aht never smiles nit tire Labor of a Paper is no doubt Jim tha we should hen less Irom ines of I tiling to pav up turns did the e it pui urn mirier stand the troubles ol lit ng e ich i il paper Now m iu who tikes a t those who go utt c or papers mt h win p ipi i UK the following wh cli for the of the oui to the ictu I i hand mg e ich his in p isa be foie ilu bind e SRJ nothing ol i ol t pe selling oi co t of paper ink ami a git it miin might bring m bu x L n lo hi i HI pn pec while it is tr si ite from i hi ink to a iptr clem blank fay the side of n troi gli of j uie w iu r I he press nan dips e d tin i is wi t reH il H turned hilt quire whole v n y a imp and -a e pi bli of i go id impre sum iht irt til d m tbt print mg paper is liken Irom sen w pless unrated on the bunt nnd H for All e Is I v Ind upon Is d i pies id rolled rat ed mil sheet off 1 nre t shitt J pro cess tile shei 1 on one with its fellows until -ide s trendy to punt u agtin and out e leh sheet and w Mb Its It Mows fifteen ct iud ion momt ni ol lime anJ some labor iri upon It but Urn ii not ill It is fi and d up fastened with insir u is i be dA r f t oi in Merc then the w hive hi folding mailing Yet ill thia tins lo bi twn Now we k etery specimen 01 who ml PS and m topiv how Iu Lan dige t r fli c lion th it not only is ho out ol a portion ofthe expended ink hands but Ilia i is actually men lo this labor for him Without Thei printer toils lor him after the City of Fort Wayne Indiana January 25 1849 -si square aill I by year i All letters awl COMMUNICATIONS Times L Dee 1818 meat for the year is lured ou the spot or and robes to sell In these excursions frequently come in conflict with the Sioux larce and other who use this as u is formed ol by making a ii j He ready to mio from m the centre ol winch the a hi sorry said ants and are thf men under shelter of their wheeled FEIEND is nothing ih a name due for the 1 must beg leave to dissent from such sweeping iu a lit as well have said nothing iu n character Who say there s no difference between and or deny are taken by should be written not or with much success their possession of arms give them a advantage over tribes who fight with and spears only return from these hums parries will roues lo for Tee Busy ay cried my Willy bursting m upun-me- sal m I've arrow in he grass and find il II tongue than or and then luea for pass for of reminds me md one u this I will to post you up in regard 10 the country and iis that can make tin tut to keep and old I he it your circumlocution if you have anything to lell md then write dunt be every nag has it- not of gaits makes of ijj old Zick he came out i length in n wheth ei he lell d weeks utter ind is don't know ult in even a single of the Gieat He of these d die an ad have just received the ind the but by such thai the result will not answer as i basis on which to predicate as o the But to come baci to This is is ai un and embia ces nils limits extensive u net of nd lying the following viz U on the the line on the the Blue St Peters ind Red Ruus on he Wesl mj Rner Si m I S the Cist N Lu o he 49tlt the be us cold md of tlie tf moi e genial climes ire not en I m the pait tight row cun is pi but m this latitude IG but Sq iiw coin upens rje md potatoes iu pei calmly I went Won with my work l lor me mi he with u quivering hp hold of my arm I'm too I shaking him off tell to find for you can't find he fellow in a Tell her to go and look She has looked ujl it you come it fo ahd other the pilling over V Bull was loo busy to n lend to Willy 1 us tut -i J f as grown up within i last years and it will that a safe route has been found country increase rapidly In the Winter season ami the northern posts do all hen and mi dog ti u A tri sledge bo on the bottom is loa led with Irom 5 to 4 0 pounds loin oi di gs a harnessed to n the driver gilds w l pair shoes I mg point mid away scuds over the snow at the late ol miles i between ho anil the lush jreed and nre noted for- their docility and L tat session a hilt was Congress lo organize this but it failed to be cornea law the on the east side ppi seeing this summer thti absolute ol h iving some form ol concluded to keep up the old Wisconsin and uu dei it hive elee ed as delegate to Ml H 11 i gentleman I to all foi hia and de Should he be denied it is hoped I hat the twill forth with emet the ol and estab I sh the of the edge of a linen suck that 1 milking lor him tmd ibai for the seemed of more the of my child I r ogo downstairs You must take jour anows Go Ellen to find for vu says she won't look for it Willy was now crying outright be so foolish ns to cry at ibe lo a hull thmg as nu siul I iti a reproving voice Mm Kt ol you go and find it for me r he uig d Mill mdn d vv ihy I'm too busy now Go and lot k for it But I ciin t find it I bine looked I hen gn and oik a A Willy went and I jard lor ttn minutes until my patience began togue a to-do about an 1 wish never him the said I m in my chair won't you me Here is a sliek 1 heard him ask of the cnok in a pleading But ri plied indeed 1 sli i ve gut thing else to do besides making arrows 1 he was renewed I felt HI She hue him I If I so busy 1 would go down and make him one into and tl met arrow partly concealed b a bush where it bud easily Mud I much ai tbe right tune have Ah U c ion laie and pent when is I nnd t with bow which 1 found thrown upon beside my sleeping lie soon us he I1 was an hour before deep sleep into which my had fallen was I hud in resumed my sewing having lust fully lull an hour in const of unwilling to lose u for of lo my ind him had upon him Thr first 1 received of his being was Ins gratified fimi his arum beside hii Inu ua i what U by boots Au anJ i n und how it came utii know have any 10 an opinion Il aie und io it where it to and I whai arc the of l rust iu In- If it was ii thai me ol the Auditor Treasurer would u and if it was uol or while cause is u mystery it be it will be the K uf As In the Of liability of on this ace uni it present rests upon the hy Slate Complaints were made the office of tht iees winier and after the of the that thi of 5 I wi session duing so sundry from the were received billj were n lili bate rung up the of Cubs which was dec ward did hot dissipate the one drink up the r i was sober fcr many hours afterwards for the conciousness of ha well as ol having the occasion of to my lav with i Wreath upon CAML extracts frnii ibis Report The following extracts show what been in the c of she Canal There lins In en thu first day her he sum of und il s thin throughout ilie present er is it t now the work be kept up The resent force employed upon the Canal is qual to 1780 men There are 96 miles ol tin mum besides the at ere 72 miles of line Th done I more oe Mi b i a Whig bin previous being e f fore 1 he crying went on VI n d lost letted staled ih it I is pi is mal loi his anil hi he u I was aim st broken A great of the ia too pool for cul iva ion ilu best lies on the west side be Imn hue ind Sie on with but few ions is mis ei poo consisting mostly ipn Mies pint m hi o sim i to iTf Northein the ins who is own v beautiful game fish and wild rice of the set IIP on the St and m of Falls ol Si pi me pil busi ne s on is i ing md e of pme on Rum nnd Mississippi Ru law foi tin ind t U un qu unmet ol fine mil qme an h la a up and been led m nk come to Si Pauls a rlist nice ol milfs to ich as ire not taken loi trade dv the 11 n C Vs ei modi ol of con me p hips tion imv not le mini ere line Mn when Loid wis III le louh IJUI u a in lit 50 N on Ked Rner that runs into 1 inn nod with the Ciee ben Casa made h m deain Ins I re Indian ti ibes inhabiting his are the U tun the and the er fiom the ground in Iowa h ib th it the Gieen Bay with a hab 1 1 ely been imde mil e 10 the Lake Fo 1 1 ep tubes m check Toit will ed by 01 lour tw i be d uf Fort now building at the mouth i the old es were bole inhabitant of his subscribers are i More than this are at- petty vexations nnd deep than are common nny Pay the Printer Cairo w as well as on the occasion which arrived here from Calcutta for VV n ring's in the ship Talisman It is in charge of a native keeper who on upon Hie elephant's head to his course in his accustomed manner possibly he had in n free proceeded to take the largest liberty and at onco throw his violence through of n glass and china storn milking con- havoc with the nut with Ibis performance he on- lered the slorp appearance of things not suiting ho left and walked into bonded warehouse Mr Driggs in West st The clerks and not relishing him plenty of room of individuals chaining him when io the The lawyers of were to hold a moel take t i electing standard of professional oduca- prevention of of good conduct and J hen descend mis are they have schools Crcc and and dress of a amalgam of civilized and savage ments have ho written code of laws yet whenever crimes or com- mitted a of rare occurrence as they are a quiet ishment proportion to the magnitude of the offence is always inflicted These laws such as they he nre not framed as seems to be the casein certain pans for especial benefit if not emolument but are md it hoped lhat a pist will be bullion ol Sic liner i foi it will be th e ol fa irs was -t i Honed on Red neir the Canada line of the iml tl en enliicMadenoul J iht leans i p< si would lUo have a veiv predatory bauds of Indians in hat to such el izi us as now theie ofthe t duty on sea board be m this service without the 1 feel justified is he ponton of A the billions re a ro almost unknown much m and pleurisy but the ue tin m lint ol ilu mil Ague ue lenie Bui UIP ol ia buch that it w II be n long time re it tan hate it i S ale the soil too cold to induce a rapid fertile prairies Iowa and Missouri present far greater tu the farmer and filled up before much hitherward by cultivators of soil A has been laid the Falls of LW is noi in a mood lo p with him An irrow to me was a ht le thmg ind it me to bt ir i il his hi irt bleak i luas -o ng as h it of an arrow I at out of the window voi Mop that mg 1 find mv arrow nobody will miku mp am link It How That's nothing to a disturb nice about I Gu and find something i lae to j lay with 1 i in my anow U un t come und it for me not too J he went on igun bp fore inri I soon liM ill mv ing woik I went to the held or Ilu culled L jmt m w sir I I here's enough of tud must slop it i 1 t find my r t u ill bring It luu should I ill belli r cire ol jour thmg ook the WH sho I can't look 1 ban lo ktd ind it ain't there And th n the n To tll ol Ills arrow ar il grn f md hi n is too to hive forn ude to bear his I was mit iii of-mind to him biop tint eumg sud I worn ing upon ears won't have such a noise iu But mv words h id no tin v did not U j cried on lo the sound and il -o thinking it wrong to lei him indulge ol I I ml my wo k iml go mg down look hold of him as 1 rhd slop this II cll I I I t d K 23 d while the tears covered Ins fin I find my said he with o crying won't find Come upstairs with me ascended to my room Now let one word Ibis 1 he next time you get in arrow taki i belter care of it There was no in my tones for I felt none I did not think of his loss but of evil nnd annoyance nf crying The tle fellow glided his grief nr rather the ance as best and throwing sell ai full length upon the floor sighed and sobbed for A sigh longer more usual aroused mv ahd ion and I then became aware lhat he hail fallen asleep Mow do our feelings change ward a that It is asleep If been angry or offended we are Tenderness come in to Pigeon limn to be pui un- der contract to complete the entire line urged to portion of the southern part ofthe Darn mi- der contract during a good of on the subject at one time by tlie citizens of that ol tho State they have considered thai besi interestslof the culion of the would be most adherence to which they upon marked Canal is they aud final for purpose extended a benefit course lie construction ofthe not only limite The are the they lhat of Canal a re by in besi for MI i.f'ihi F it the uf ue tu examine into the rules adopted by the Lund at in respect lo of interest on scrip paid his office on east ol I and report whether in nny such his had conflicted with iaw he report the with his opinion thereon at next of The ler was t he Slate Trustee and conclusion k thai the rule adopted by to be one but as ii gave rise 10 difficulty have edI it be The of interest rejected or not lip the rule is inly 40 A LETTER New London Chronical California loiter in which the Our business thus fur has been good A few days ago 1 dug out a pound of A pi- iw day's woik you will a hard tuo I labours in order it Labor of ail kinds is well here ibis iu my will bu Hie case for Ib come h is impossible to predict what changes few months will produce The rush here is immense The of gold here is prodigious are of persons who daily ob from half a tuo pounds some foi u pound in an lour long of the rich deposits have already been thor The is dep very much upon luck in Mr Miller's resolution submitted lime called on President foi may have taken 1 between this and nation for the purchase of came action Mr Miller explained briefly his the resolution Mr Kusk asked if from Jersy had any suspicions such taken place in Jir said I Mr Foote said he would put a the honorable Senator from New Jersey that Senator might it or should think proper If such going on and measure should be brc Torward will oppose of Mr Miller 1 will on i der M be awkward position three or IK i for it is understood that Gen i- in ol he annexation of this Union F had speak himself not for General Air Husk moved tu lay the the table and his was agreed and nay vote of 24 to 19 So the nv for the time being I he ihen went Executive y during which the of L v Cass jr to the at H was confirmed item vole upon a motion to luy on nays to -24 yens In the House a1 was Committee of the Mr on Mr ol a of lliu claims which lasted all day V It is high time that alike to the should by some such change course oi in regard these as the under For two or three days past the Senate been engaged discussing u few ol vute ik d bates in 611 iii die Intelligencer and the a any however j grave and claim principle spine taking ii t claim iii the their nil gel rich il are healthy of in tw wuh averagefiorn an unce Io per day ail from he Suites it will in all prob less need nil tha ml On i country nut ni of sickness The is null j t-i last 1 refer lo of the Tor a of tuul of- purpose of carrying ol Trusties a bear no to Ibo re regular fig is admirably if no ure is uod wnh years lii his lace anil his figure ago limn thai given by lie and much dignity grace without the slightest each tu paid on- the oi be of I he advance Tlie lolls the finished part ol forthe on nisi day io 90 being inc overt he of the previous j ear ol 66 19 ture lor ordinary repairs superintendence 64 A heavy ox foi has also Tear and will be for some years to m consequence of many locks ami when Trustees received dinar v DIAMONDS TOO of a ed by Mr Buffuin uf New York his Aon Edward I dated Pueblo da California July 21 t Persona who have been to the say is ample for people to work 50 is ss the richest place in the n week or two Diamonds have been These stories strung as they may seem aru strictly true them to be- the of lung sink renewal j and ol all built here will bu a great tion to country as soon as spread home 1 you would show lo him to come by all moans this places nrt j every riny and and ulo compared with is no humbug i- cn i 101 to evil doers this f King pre is obtained without their Kue will with and Saint Pauls of An Company having at it's and and Air Sieele Sutler at have erected extensive saw mills at the Fulls increase upheld by a host of well paid this they arc some of more civilized neighbors on vegetables buffalo as they obtain from the Hudson Buy Co and at St Pauls in ex- fur Furs meat and robes When ara it is the the season for Buffalo hunting arrives each family its in carls similar 18 those used by the French mat they are meted without d panicle iron to each of which an arc too shrewd or too Immune to use the barbarous yoke mid then the whole Southward in one huge caravan 1 vicinity of the is unbounded next lo 1 continent of si 1 laid aside my work David of Indiana ample Corps of aud taking Willy in my arms lifted him from the floor him upon my bed Another liing fluttering his bo- som us his head touched ths pillow re- provingly the sound upor my re-echo in my I murmured To him the ants lias been engaged during last'sum-j loss of an WRS a great thing It me r in making a and i disturbed lo the centro of IMS cal examination of this his report is I j h now V TO work lor a lew 1 could have looked for with interest Hoping shake your editorial hand be- fore many weeks I as ever Yours truly ALF found his or made him a new one I would have lost no more time in doing so than lost And after all what is time from my work to happiness of my Ah I wNh I Two men making love to the daughter of I learn to think right at he preferred the virtuous man little fellow UK was with before the rich and would have n man without riches than riches An irish Judge addressing it of are hope twill bo a Warning to bo you bow and was by the losa which I have re- stored in n few moments natural mother 1 stood for fivo over my sleeping boy When I turned I did no heart to wort I want down of perishable male rials hut ou works of ibis kind built of as distinguished from the annual which ir lim care of a Canal A of structures on re- will be oi tlie the hist report ol the his ol this year will exhibit extent lo which have been renewed report in with the reports exhibiting the tress work on the part Canal will en- able the Assembly in some idea large ol has been performed by the the year iu the execution of the At tlie meeting Hoard in Nov 1847 a letter was add rested in the Auditor of State to informed serip issued nnd 1 ily Hi that know the exact under law creating ii those issues The Auditor iu his answer a of is herewith submitted the amount ol for lands liasl io be 50 am of scrip for the hinds Trustees adopted an order directing the of ths Und at to receive said in muni of lands at said So slated to be including all sums oldest place in the Union and the changes more ly Mr Potman who in that region HEALTH AND LLi New Hampshire is Ua within circuit-'of or five of the following ages 96 91 87 85 77 75 and many others of 70 earn and upwind This seclion of country is sparsely Hied nnd the proves that in people arc hug Air Putnam says he thinks Cholera never visited and tainly not his vicinity The at twice lor See nnd at least of discussing guing these private or generally make it a point go a and against all these while a large majority of members K stave oil and gel rid of said claims moment a in tee members leave the hili vote a bore their Then u cry of the Bside that day journs Meantime claims a r are put off and n too many instances with into and It therefore time high lime be done in- change the existing matter these claims Mi Rockwell chairman of on claims and author of ar- the under has applied him self most and elucidation by which may be saved n great deal of government a great deal of expense and that justice which may be He has forward Il is not but mnv be amended in advantageously Mr of advocated adoption argument of Mr of Virginia also spoke ly in favor of in tlie though he too desired that it should be ded in some Me to Mr for tilt industry harl displayed in drawin up and f mining the Mr who always House en private days look floor and blazer away against in his most vehement strains He talked as if ho I the become a law ho be de- if all opportunity of j i hereafter did not like this ing n me Lake from the public treasury to h- the mam body the rest settled at the Luke he went out Ib California were 1 pan of a large body after t o O I f I As soon gold was discovered the their brethren at the Sail Lake in down nnd re- in some of gold with a request for 1 in the mount hern lo come to Salt Luke had in to claims ail towards to relate in the f the took up their duds and the great Salt Lake not withstanding the richness of llm region the a seemingly supply THERE A Goo eccentric Johi ascended lofty prints of ilu sun The previously since July 1st and on of a few liable KJ be- Mr followed in in one his ablest ami most sarcastic was sick and bred of the manner in lust is n b ty the whole amount so be out- t T s fo lauds east of aken I J i do you been taken redeemed ii that since Ihon more scrip of i his y i i have no to spank been Hindered the Land and was refused by the in com- on NOT or not Ins duty The Justice Not guil not as yol Officer to receive j ty Den vat yon do here? Go lipout vour this do not liberty to and he vote any might be proposed m the certain belief no new system could so as the old As to Mr he said fei lo confess thai only served him in his opposition lo ont system I of tin from that Couit Boaid of would be bribed by claimants lie said had neve been a had presided er a to where was al nud could noi presume upon the virtue ofu Judge or iii the The gentleman Missouri hud bren a Judge ami there fare had iv better righl lo on Iho Flie laughed the news by here day rhut turni of March by Legislature of now in sion Nothing is'siiii] any the of years from the Mr Clay will
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