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   Standard, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1854, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE and tlia h nd of the nppiessur. or ualisficd his rapacity 1 Submission therefore IA dishonor, nnd a MiiTundf-r of our righlsas.il freti people. It is u voluntary acquiescence in itiS'flont -and despotic rtilo of anlave-holdiug oligarchy. "I'V'llnw citiicns in coneluaiun, we'ap-peal to you examine thoroughly aiid ciih-dtdly the vurioiw eonaideruti 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 KLHH Cts 01 ami TUEtHIS Of Hl'KMt'HEl'TtOX. R-nc'e CmiVi SJ Ol1 (1" CopliV, P 00 Tm Uupita, IS 00 in rdvinuo will lu Cominlcsiioiis for ih-j injw arc lo bj lo trie Klitor Hi' ihe Sinn'l-ird U'tiincss to adorned iu (he rub-INiier ntihuStaiL'ttid." Piuttgc iu eascse bo piiil W ensure IVIicn Elli'iny eoiii" i u "if. "I1 fciiW, 59 I'J. YiVE, INDIANA, THURSDAY, HRPTKMBKR SI, 1854. NUMBER Htjiavimtiil. Hliymcsby itJJoy-IIuslie. Tii in. I'Vf fioin Hie train of weary cure Thai iliy iiatli, vain morial man How sweet iu btcdtli the balmy air, Ami form llie mi ml 10 nature's plan! Howslrangc Uiaimciiin crowilsslioutd Jwell 'taitl toil, one cue, uud filth, oml strife, Wliileev'iv peacerul hill and To the VuhvA of the District, Jlt'portod lij Dr. II. to tf iv (Jvnventinn anil ordered to la Published. or THE lOrn CON-citKSSiox.u. Dis-fuicT. AppniiilcJ Ity your to vim us to ilic pnijjti cotirsn iho f'rocmcn of this District should in the iijiproucliing Congicshioual Canvass, find to invito your active co opn in securing a union of llic: fricn l.s all find anolhiT breach of faith, Ulli tie purl of Dii'iiibcr.-i of congitss and the 1'ic.sideiit. Von ill! know tliat bnlh of the great political adopted platfi in t u- r fonvimlions nt llallimore. The main obji-cl of lliiswas to st'curo harmony nn ilio 5 very  ower which has carried through this Xe-nyainst the rights of Freemen, is in no degree iniligalid. bfcanse the law was .supported by a portion of the nifnibcrs from the Free Slates. Instead of palliating, tins is an ogqnivaiion of ihe us the same has1.1 consjiiracy which robbrd us of our light, iippears lo have corruplud dti Jteprcsenlutivps. l-'ello-.v CiliKuirf, looking back upon whole Union, is aptly inscribed upon thf cnduriiifi utiirblu wliich sho bus (jiven as her offering to ihu inomnnent oi the Father of his country, needs no plimrntary endorscnieiilh'.'te, IndiaiiitahoM -if she stands alone firm in her iu-legiily to llie com iroiniscs, and thus most appropiiately vindicnte her justico both to ihe North anc. South and thus also her tin-votion to Ihe. Union." What inuiter for suipiise, Fellow Citi-KOIIS, liiuttho orator of that day, the exponent n[ such seniimcnid, should now tarn-is all ihe brightness of his for a crisis, Pin-h as this coun-iry never taw i.-i presontud, ciid 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; tlifi the courtesies of aio all trodden down in a mad career, lo propagate an institution which civilization hns outgrown, and which is wholly incuiisisteiit with our professions as a nation of freemen. In such n crisis what an important aiid re- BUSINESS MEJML. ATTORNEYS. j. c- Worden Case, AKilrm-y. ul r.nw. Comer of Culljoim anil Prnv Sheets over Rcconlfir's office. June 8, ISM. FORT WAYNE, L, M- Nimlc, Attorney and Counsellor tit Law, AND solicitor in Olfiie on ihccornpr of Mi'manl Fort sweet tolirii (lie vising dawn, Amid the scented urn! flowers; To Uead the lawn, Or roam the wild- wood-s secret bowers when ihcdoyoraws to itscluse, AnJ shadows retch ntlnvart the plain, Hour siivi-el, amiii tlic world's repose, To listen to t ie niftlu-bird's strain! Wlipn the bro'id sun, hi? jour ley done, Smiles el.nllv etc his dish sink down; mile thi! wide circle which he run. Glows Uke a icru jili's flaming crown! How svr.'t, M-licn night fulls round, To roam Iwnt'yt i tiif tlmtdltss To guKfi in cart i in iilence And lifl 10 heaven the ihoufthlM cj-e! Upon the stillness of lliis hour, The coolness of this woodland shnde, No iHifty cloud of pDEsion lower, No evil thoughts the heart invade. And, ohlcouM tha heart, Or mark lllf. toursu of fuiute years, 1 would not from thc.'c scenes depart, For all fiopos or history, we hope It) advance no senli-iientb but those ivhich shnll ment u rcaily from tlio heart of every unbiased citizen of the In the rnpcnl of (lie Vlissouri Cbrnpt'imisU agrealuuJ dangur-ons crisis has bcru recklcsdly thrust upon his riuliun; through thu wickrdncss and lie weakness of men enirustod wiih public aulhurily, and it lichonvcs us nil to meet it with calmness, but with the spirit ami dc-erniinntion of freemen who know ami will not siuinU when the occasion callaTur it frdin inainttiining them. The SOtli May, 1S5-I, will over bo 'J. niemorahlo und a duil; dny n the history of this imuon. On that day, i ilagnsnl wrong was perpetrated, n deed (if ahame was consumrnutcil, iho Constitution icrvorted, the principles oi Free-Join vjo-alcd, the natiaual lionur ttirnished, and thu existence of the Union brought It may he well foi' us to, look fur a short ime at tliu extent und diversified forms of his great for whatever may bu 1u; justification advanced by the friends of he measure, the hruiidi a solemn corn-met, entered into to save the peace of the country, and which (Sir third of n century latl been approved and recognized as an irnu: (rcmunL never to bo disturbed, w rrvitg of no small inatriiifndit. To upcn lo he intrusion "f fslavi'ry a territory fn-ui vhicb it had been excluded by an Act of Jnngu'ss, piissfid with the nndcrstiiiidinrj hat it was to bis rugiirded us a eumjiiurt, is mi aggression tliu free Slittes which hey ciinnot submit 1" wilhnut f'ulsc o Freedom, regardless of tin: hijjhust of their eoiintry and of the rigliia oi heir polity. A breacli of public faith, and the conver-ttion ot a lurtje portion of a continent from a Iron into n -cl'ivo territory, uic great vrongs, disgraceful to na as ii fruo people: nit this ineasjiiro involves a inure dangi-rotis m.l greater m'ongin jirincijilc intended o he adopted by this act. Thi? principle .-t, that Slavery i.-? Colablishcd in ihn ciiiistitntiuh of iho United Sialbd ind is conseiiucnlly the general and sn-ircmclitwoftlio land. Tliia preposleious irindplc has been boldly assorted and naintained by uoithnrii as well as siuUhcni ncmbers ofcongri'ss; and inaduthu grninul on which (hid measure lias been defended. Such it cimstn.etum nf the eotiHtitntiun and makes its ItigoKly lepiind not on iho local laws of thij Hi ales, but on i he organic. I.HV of the confederacy ami resting on tliid high authority slavery goes wherevei the conslilution extends; and is spread over the length and breadth of all th" terriloiica of Ihc confederacy .und such as it is hoped hereafter to Tlio oBtahlisliinont of thw monstroiw principle, uii object with the R-mtli, vnstly ijrcater than iho opening of Niibra.ska ID slaverv and it id thid coiii'.idoraiion u-hich had induceii Soulhi-rn r.iiled by a wciik niliiiUiialnitidn entirely under their control, to resort lo such extraordinary means to carry thnmyh and con-sum mate this wicked and dangerous nn.-as-ui-o. They may have doubted whtlliur slavery would be unnngli to do minion over hut they know this principle carry it iiitu New Mexico, nnd Utah, ami Cuba, and snrli of Muxicir i.s they inny acnuire. Nntv-, ymi nil know the [lairimu: men who framed tlio constitution, held slavei y in such abhorrence, that Miry would not even snil'.rr it M be numcd iiitliucmistiMitioii. In arranging soinonflhoarliclM ilicy wcro oblijjed tu recognixc thfi cxistcnro of slavery in some of the Status a instilntion, sustained by State laws, and this was done by nf iMZMgr. lhat xtarc or tlarcry slnmld. not appear in that iiMriinifHit. They full thai Mich u w.iid in the charier "f ihis'lilicrliea of a free KepnbruMlnM.bjrcl of which was. as in its pivamhle, to form a ped'ert utiinn, justice, mid sii-curo iln- bltissiiKfri of libi-riv to and would be a scandal and ;t i-i-jironc.li. And yet in the fucu "f Uiwo undcniiiltlc fuels, Uiuslavuiy present have iho holding to fids'ify history, and to maintain ihut this il-Inst lions b'.dy of republican putriolp, sages and r.sialili.0it-il" tlnrcry instead of nnd entailed all iisevils .S: iiiisuvie.f on nnd their inalcild of thu liheity.' Thcso are aomo of the wron-sof thisin-fnmniiH Nebra.ilia act. And if after noticing such as t assailing our liltiM tieK, our insjlitulioiirt. and cndnnger-lliu liariiiuiiy and peace of tliu 1'nioii, fjiiwtioii. This, boili pai'tiei did, and thu of both was, that tic prior rompromisod on thin buiijeet not tube i isinrhcd; and that all agitation in or out of congress should be avoided atid t 111 the platform tit the democratic paity, the langnujje irf so strong as to m-e tide and condemn nil incipient slepa tending lo agitation. Heie a solemn pledge o'fi'.ith between iho mn shorn and doulh.-ni win" of the two partif.-s. now is tliM plighted faith it not been shamefully vinhitctl by iho anuiln-ru wing of both partis i And ihiu orreiider-cd "inoperative and both the northern wing of either tarlv cuiiiinuu to act men who have icuh guiliy of palpable. ahit-Mch .if faith? Suppose llu- ntn thfrn Fcclion of eilher party tad been guilty of Mich n hrearli of JJa timore creed, in voting and us ng all 1 icirinlliiencelo repeal tlio Slave Law. Do you belicvu thstt the boasted "ckicttlry" would Imvc any furlli.T rllmv-ship with them? And sta ids the President 1 In his letter uceepling the noniinatiun, he agrees to abide by this platform, not only because been ad-'jJted hy the party nominating him, hut bc'canse it was his pltilfunn. And in hii Iniuigiirul S ruallinns the very emphatically, that the cumpnm Ue.; by w lic.hagttrition on thu subject of slavery liilhwii qniololl, shall not be d irinjj his adminidl ration, if in hid power to ire vent it. In signing this Kansas und Xe-n-nskartct, and in using his liiihivncc to jiru-ci re its [las-iago througii Congress, he Mlandb- convicted of a ilimMi: violation -jfhb faith wilh tlio nation. It U mineres-nry, follov.- citizens, lu ow in detail thu tnovi-meiils the actnrs i tiiid sclieme till its final consnnmiaiimi, and vou Know, :is do, the actor.i, and can vvilh us fatlifmi llu: motives that Imvc impelled llieui in thi-ir cuiuv.-. Von knuw 1 lat the ix'ulh have ever donied any in'.cn-tiun uf with the >y solemn agreement of Whig and nt, North and Smith, ad it was said, brever .subsided. Tliut all the evidences o mblic opinion Kerved tu indicate that ihu Mi-souri Comprnmisi- in parltriiliir, had become cttKttiiizcd ao It wen.-, in ihe 1 earl-, of t ic American People. That (to use the iiiigiiugu Mr. DmiKlafls in 1S-1U) it hud an origin akin 10 that of the Coiibtitutiim of l ie Unik'd in the wmio t> remove forever the danger which seemed t tliix-uicn at nu cislant day to sever thu s icial liniiil nf Union. Vou know loo, full well, lellow citizens o, fur his own ba-e schemes ur-t 10 alien! ion of the riniate, who.ii: p'-ivato ,-imliilion planted, watered, and now slrivo.i en irmiiy. And how a of th.; national cliarartei-. invidvidr inlcr-esls of Immaiiily which fu-lure nges, has been pitched into Congress sr-rvc. as or fnullinll In a game played by aspirants lo t e You know with we all wlncliL.i the ihnl gainu in tl-.-Kcnale chnnihor. there, before the bi.hliniz i.f SI.-IVH power nf tin: Smth. Xo JL-IU-IVIII, Vinrkiiuy, 01 WflMi-r. lln: of 1'ni.m and dun mmiiso Wi-ie lhe-c, to c-as-t out this firo-rand of ruin und and when midnight had ennui and when Hie lamps had gone nut or buni.vl dimly, hen galleries were diwisrtud, when Senators circulati-d witli unsicady steps belwcci. the bar room and iho rhamlmi, when insult and rur.-qn" wakened iho echofs nflhoi-.inidni-s; llu-n: in a luilf oryy. half I'- mi tin- pri'viri'-i-.- KI Texas, fnini 1" Mountains, liaodcd ovr to rlernal ai d mora1 lill Inirriril H> ihu of t vi-s, it might bo unward lo tin; final fjue.-lion, lirfoii: the hmd lli.- penple fHiimhl arrcsl Thu iuli-grily of ihe llnj rcsi.'nla-tivrs niiglil then: have dofcaled Us bit, fellow In I'fl'.MtL the Fclicmcs of SMlltliCMi 1 ir.li-.tn, all Iho b: appliances that could bo used hy iho livai'hcry of the .-ind tho iil'lv million 1 pal runage, freely an  deaf and so blind, as not lo listen to, or see this more risible A'fwMj on them .shall real tho responsibility of wlrtcvdr may f.dlow in thn waki: of (his contiovoiw. I'ullnw it is of nn nvail, ami rather a painful task lolalk over our wrongs, nnlcis there is u way und a will to redress them. Tlie parly wniiiycd must depend upon thonihulvt's, upon ihuir own political and moral power. The case piVjcnts but one alternative, submissitm or n-slstnnce. Thai is iho real question wo have to decide, and we readily meet issue tendered by our opponents. And to the udvocnlcs of submission in this district we would put iho question arc yon aware what it is (o. which you propose lo Mibtnit 1 U it to the hi each of faith in the repeal of iho Missoini com-pnuiiisi: To t u: extrusion of alavury over a tenitoiy once to fruudom, larger than the original thirteen .Stales ?--ml Ibid, (iishonorahlc as il would lie, i.s not the extern of ihe anbinissiou deiiumdod. Von must submit to an interpolation into the nf a winch carries slavery through the length and breadth nf the republic, and c.iliiblishcs it every where, except where it may hit excluded by State legislation a principle which makes llie pr.oplo nf tho free stales a? much :md as morally guilty for tin: nxisicucc of slavery, llioM; in iho slave .states. Hu.iidcs, 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 bpoils 1 Ducn liH-loiyiitl'oid any examplo of submission of this Cungressional District. You are lo be represeined in the balls of Congress either by a fiiend of freedom, or ii mem inslrumfiit in the builds of tlieSlavo you arc to decide this question at tliR ballot box, and nmv have it in your power, by d I. .regard ing1 parly dictaiion and nppcaLj In passions and prejudices, used hy interested and unscrupnfoiH mtiii, mid a and vacillating select such aivjircartilulive as will truly an.! faith-i'uily repii-'tent yuit inlhu councils of the nation. Tlie only worthy, the only Siifo representative, is one nominated by, and responsible only to the people, acting independently of ihe old political organizations, and free from their party aiid caucus dictations. Lei us then unite, accept tho issue ollered us, and sond to tho next Congress an untrammelled, iniJepisn-dent, and reliable man; one who will prove limself a faithful representative of tho dearest interests of Iiimiunily, und our common coimtry." S-.ich a man, fellow citizens, Wo roposo to offer for your suffrages in tlio ici'Eon uf SAMUEL HRKNTH.V. M. T. Jciikiiisoii, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE Cnlli'.tm Sired, under Ilio Odd F.4-litws- IUI1, f.iri Wayne, Indiana. PHYSICIANS. Similia Similifas Cii'unlut. Dr. G. W, lioivcii, HtMKpilhit Ftasitis! and Bntgton, prevail upon a majority of his coHu-a-giie.-i to support the right of Frwdom, 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; riiiii-in, bi caslod ihe .-lorm, in the ranks of l-'ruednm, HIIU wuic nut tbniid wanting in Ihc might here well to the position occupied by Ihe few in thu House, who, loud and eloquent in their denunciations of the Kansas and Ne-n-a-slia bill, yc-l, fcaifnl of wlnt in tucli a contest, is a mere political shadow, opposition" asfi.-'leil by their votes tu carry the. bill beyond the portals of iho iiousf.to remove legitimate ami pailiamcn-tary obsirucii'ins to its progress, and. thus lu smooth tlio way and expedite) its emirso oimaid lo Fn that list has been till lately clawed tliu Kepiesenlalive of this Oidlrict. The friends of Freedom have iiniuMii.'d biirb a trom llu-ir a d ihe vaii'ius leading pi esses of all par-tics in the Uniun have ijumcd the votes attached to his nume, as full pi oof that he ton ind bt-rorne obedk-ni to iho icqnircinunls of (he- ,Shvo p-iwcr. Ilul you. ban L-nipliaiically denied tlio charge in his District, and it would appear invidious, in us ut thid time to ihe subject. He hm appealed tu (hi! rrci.rd, has cast himself Nutria! on his own L'lnwtn and jury, i nd, as JJ cu.ilomary in trials for treason of a lint one thinjr, gentlemen, we inny and do with yon ileeply lament. Th.it (he Itt-pii-bL-nlalivu of this who tillered in Congress in eloquent pcciningiy honosMnnrs liis views un this Nebraska iimpiily, onthul.'Jlh o ust March, should now rclutn to his con-slitueiits, and ronnsrl "ttnfuii'wai-c" iu the rind unutmUy. That llie man, who on that day addic.-'.sed the rep recent a lives of ti-o Union in his high .s welling words of a fnar-less and lofiy who then iiiter-cd pcnliinciits in behalf the righis of Urrilories, striking the chords that vibrr.tcd in uniaOii in your bosoms; thai that man, i-very wbeiu applauded in his District for the position he then on thi.-j ahdorbing ijUf.-Mion, bh.-u'd now return lo his ttwtrti-rartf, folded arnm. a "snbmii.-ioiiisi" in tbe despotiain of Southern and to iho. I'.ium-els as it is .said of tboso Senatorial dmi-rli faces nf his own Stale, who are unhappily in (he aicuiidanl. ilu ailvi.ses Km, follow citixens. to follow in his cf-futlf cotti-xc; lo sui-i-CDili-r yimr -jir anil ttrijtiHw in siurh a nefai'ions upon your deininncc.-i any fuuher tiz'if.ifiitii of I'.r :i it-i'ftil of this monstioiiri and that you rest with him suhrnkiivt; lo tin; behests .f the Sl.-ivi- power. If ymir hearts do not rev-nil at iho idea of such a ready, tame and ba.-sc and at lh.1 ttnhmntx cniirxi' of ymir late rcpri'scntativc-, we invite you to pondur over the following from Iho speech nf Mr. Chamberlain, win: i he M> jit (uidly occupied a dtlVcrnnl position. "I vi-iKirjite men who an: Iruly majjua i-imnuy, fin- such mt-11 arc heroes. These nn: the men who lay ilnvn their HvcH when duly demands the. Min'ilice. I, for one however, rairmii! a s.acrf-d whic i thi.; poirji. Sir. Jolm II. llcrick, M. D, For! Ol'OTCE nnil resilience al the rarnr-r nf CJnl-iiounaml streets, norllmt the PMoAHo House. Me Democratic JUtieto. liv j. G. wmrrmi. Not vainly did old pouls lell, Not vainlv did uldgfiiiiis paint, God's irrat anil crowliing miracle, The IKIO aid tie saint! For even in a fnitliluFS day (Jan we our sainted ones discern; Anil feel, whi e with lliem on llie way. Our litiivis liin us burn. An-i llms till! co iniioii lunnnc and L-li world wide I'clm Ul fame Asonniif Hi-iivcii'sanoiiil-i men llavusuiicit fi'd llie name. In vein shall Homo, her imi And shnt fioin him her taimly piizc, Whom, in the great calendar, All men hhi.ll cmioniK. Bv KarragaiiECtl's J-inniv 'licnralli hit gix-pii wood, To me ii Fcc.ms hut vcctL'rday Since nt liisPdu 1 stood. Ami wilh oi f. M-ho. jilL.ii! nn i true, Ill-he..-' pinjioK- And lihR his b essud Muster knew Tiiu-joy of .loing good. unkiiuwi> ty lutter'tl fame, Vet on the ips of lingland's -Aii'l loilini', millii'iiG dwi-li his name Tim sun Idcihs o'ur.Hie SIM, It wild the freeman's prayer Asun-ofjuhiler-. llr Fiin'ii' of Kiijlaiid's ly wronp Tin- ill." h.T Millcriiig children knew, Wlmre outworn liy w.iling long, The last pule lifilit willidicw. O'er face the tt-ndnrnuss OfFvmi'J' f. sorrow sidle, hike a still slwi ow, paFSionless, The sorrow o the soul. Rut whi-n ihi; r 'iirrons Union told Howhuirtswrreuiiswcrwl to his own, And freedom V liwng iininnnr rolled Up to the i ull eareil lliionr. I saw inellm it, a glud surprise [fratm, Thrill thai fruil und pain-worn Aii'l liindlini' in those deep, culm eyes A siill null caruesl flame. Iljf few, bncf wor.Ls weie 5110 i as move Tin- Urn Vnilh-sowiiECcis ripen in itw fcuil oflnvo Tu high heroic (ici'ds. No of .eel nr dime wnro Tlio Huhcl. strife o! imbues had ceased. And, ut onu commun t The Utiuker and the Priest. And not in vai i: with stir iglh rcnewci And rt'fiesluM, inul hope less dim, For that brief meeting, each pursued The path allotted him. How edict's yet cnrh Western hilt And vale, wi h Cliaimliis's dying won How ate tht; hearts of froeim-ii still Die gwiil warning siired And the calm w icre is he? He ireads lis soil once more, A pciiccliil leader ol thu free, A pleader for the poor. Huforc him iiniG-wiongiiL hnrriers fall, Old fearri subside, old lui rei s melt. And stretching o'er llie blue wall, 'UicSiixon grculs the Celt, The yeoman on the Scottish HUP, The Slu-iru'lil grinder, wont ftiid grim, The ilidvcr in l e Cornwall mines, L-iok np wilh hope to him. Swarl sinilerHof ihc sti-cl, D.irli It- dcriof'ln; Pali! uiildifM at Umm and wheel, Ami thus iliriniliifmv.oflhalliour Ofcoveise 1 v Uhinta Irl.nnl'd sinind, Livnsin the i-.ilm, i-'sistlrw >ewer Which moves our fuilier-lumt. fioil An. 1 still wnr.l Ami winlrins luiiBhi, He nuieliens into deeds. is the victory of llw grnvr? Whatdiistnpoil the spirit GUI! ki-cjw H e lifii Ho Tim Prophet ncvi-r Owen Mary F- Tlionms. Nodli West corner of Maine, anil Callioun streets, ill PlKcntx JJlocIf, over siiof. storr. FoHWsyue, lull. (iljottgljts. Many actions, like the Rhone, have two sources one the other impme. Drs. Leonrml will pncr en moil iciur iBirtiicrd, lily nl Fort Wuyno nil vicinity. P.M. taxjBii ll.KDntr.-JAB. Office nvi-rJ. H. Driij SIOH-. Furl Wa.-nn, Jium 111, 1S51. lady who tried lo keephcr preserves in u family jur, found they 'BOOKS.' TRUMAN' wiioi.rsAi.i: IN 1 11 -Mil Hli-i-i-t, na'HTH objfcl of life i.s 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 probaMy the only person who can ijiku hold uf a man's nose with impunity. one can bo happy who docj not apply cueiyirs to soinu good puiposu. Tho drone 15 a burden to himself, uuil a nnLsaiico lo the world. N. P. STOCKBR1DGE, -wilBOOK BOOKSELIKK, STATIONER lUtisic tiiiti llliisiral Siistvumcnta, Ao.Sl are sofoiid uf secrets as thoso- xvho do not mean lo keep lliem Mich covet secrets, aa a covets money, for tho purpose of cireuliiiion. buliappvjtho passions must bo cheerful mid guy. not gloomy and mclanrholly. A propensity to hope and joy in real nches; olio to fear nnd sorrow, real poverty. Aa in a Idler, if tin.1 paper is small wo have much lo write, we wriln rloser, so let ua learn to economise and improve ihc re-niiiiiiing moments of life. MISCKLLANKOb'S. niillSONS I'imil i.urlniils of securing t (iOod Oil Paintings an tlic nmWRiieil "ill reimiin iiiilcCitya short lime fur I'm- 1'eifions DAGUERREOTYPES of dctonecd fiioiuld can MarMiffl raiole.il from tlinm. lima Eouurin" itom from accidents to which tlitj nrc sulijcct. Specimens liowcnntllic office 13owr.il. .nil Mc.ibee, ate, Sli.pl.-fonl's stor-. ivliere onlcrs inny lie left. Coll anil ex.iininn for yourselves. [Slfl J. yon feel as if you didn't know whero to po to and what to dn kinder chuulic und indefinite- -gel married. Fur hri lining ono down tu a lixi-tl fact, 'and niakint: him feel somehow and where, matrimuiiy is a great article. journeyman tailor lias achieved tho following: "Why arc pantaloons like wells Givo it up, because ihey have spring To Bee a wiwp-wiiistrd voung lady iu nail to lli.; bead uf ihc with i voice as anqelic as a lenor flittf. call to tho waiK-i- h.i a plat..- of i-uld jxnk and beans, i-i iho nnwt liy thinjj romance ciln t-n-counter. COMPAllRT, fonumJiiitj nnti Coniinissia'.i llMMifl, AVIIOLKSAH: OROOEUS, in Produce, Salt, cOc. FORT WAYSK. ACKNTS rou Tin: Fckfonl New Yorli Mississippi, rUke.Bont, mill Western Transportation Linn ,ou tlie Erie. Caiml. Prtiiiriflors nfa lint: tm the fell liiie, ail liini Canals JSIrratori. mill Htoray natlidt aft! ram. Forwarding Commission FUliT WAYNK, is an asionishing fact, licit a painter, with a vessel nf paint in each hand, com-mmuld reaped Wiiurcroi-hii poe3. The iii'variiilily maku wily for him with the utmost celc.riiy. Tho IMC Uowbmd fill! once said, on serving tmmo persona outer hi.i chnpel to avoid the rain that was falling, pnr-sons arelo he for making their religion a cloak bin I do not think thoju much hclU-r who make it an umbrella I" Missionary had nncu rebuked a South Sea laliinder for iby .iin of polygnmy. After a day or two iho cannibal faco radiant with joj. ".Me al! right now; ono wife.. Mo very good Chilian." "What did you do wilh the askctl tliu Misaionaiy. "Meeat hernp." y.m bore thin-js: 1 will in-itheriiLandon nor al.aln tiiinI.aiiVliifailtii of my Democrat io priiu-i-jilw, nor f.uf.-it my honor in the abandnn-tnriit of inv pli.-hli-d failh to the ri Mr. Chairmiu. a worst- fnrm of Slavery linn Slavcrv. I lort1, the arc riveted upon the nmrlal budy, on U'ho.si; pcr-isliiniinxtiiiinr tlui iron, hot. it is irue, bnniH ihe inorial Xftirc. lluL the more teirihlo than ibis, is if the moil hav.: no npinions nl' their own. Tln-ns tho are thrown around the soul aid tor., slave is branded with mnrn dreadful Minj; of Mini firn which is in E quenched, oir, I had tathrr bo hlavc thai evrr clinikrd his <-hains than one of tticso. This nicjisnro may pass Indiana, devotion to the Y. imikc-p tlie rollonhip IMS tin: I'rrmiiim? Jdlhnls, who linorkctl nff Ilic lint from tht; uf the IVsiilrnl uitli a hnnl.tioild ngf. or the aliiiin-isltaliuii. knocked down tho tuns ef Uio poor inlivot; nf San Juun with li-inl-boilod bomb- shells? or which wins the "Wedding, Invitation, Address AMI AVrittcii nt ilio Cloiiimt-vrhil Srhunl In a Style nearly c mul fur preferable, io Curycuw tho Icudii-g Gcr-ninn Di-tnocralic in is fighting manfully lor tin- Imlfpondi'iit tiiktt, uiiil the NcWiiska swiiulli', ami ii is doing service, Kor its inili'inJil'li-iH ctuirsc it IMS been (troscrihcil liv ihc mlvocalcsof slavny extension. Thu hist 1 enw Clumning, wns in 1811. when in compel) will my Hnjdish friend. Jtsoph Smrgn, so wol liiiown lor liia and liberal political opinions, visiu-d him ul his snmmi-r residence in Khoihi Isluml. I i u-aillu.g llie impressions of ll al vlii I, it can be ne-cessarytosny thai hnvc no rcf.-rcncc to tin, iKCulwr religions opininns of r, man, whose life, iMwiilifully am tml) manifested above Ihr uinuHtphuiBof Sec is now the world': com moil Hiigli M'llOl.laAl.K. AKIMltrAll.lll-AI.BIN Drugs, Mnlidur', Perfumery AXll FANCY AHTIC'LKS, Ilio Oils, ViirniiiilrJi, Cornor ol Ojluinbi" an'1 innbiliiy of a wife, to malic broad hml lircu ilccltiri'il snflicionl prointds f( r iliron-o. Ilic Jones Umuitjr Agricultural Soricty in lo-Geofl fur Jones; 1ml "u to know H wife, ImsKuhl i: nor able 10 make a liv-ing, ii olsn cnlHIeil to a divorce   

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