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   Fort Wayne Times, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1849, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               IS EnmiSHED E VERY THURSDAY BEAUTIFUL BET TliOTH, TROTH IS paper dtfke opftottof Pit'jlislierji, arrearages Bales juf Advertising, ADVERT1SEMEN.TA 1 1 Vol. luilUaa Meraid. T I- OF A UYISG "O, bring me a book in which is enrolled, All'ejoms of ihs Foil; all ilml lime u'ilt unlaid; O, lei me review each leaf 1 r Aud carefully scan all juy ilaj-ajhul have fled, An'.! ravish uiysuul with iutfiubie lighl, To disctrii'Huw bv- lite eruMble tridd, ThVbaBe uud itiijiure. Irom llie purt- will divide; AiiH may. vtriioii .be filreitjrtliened io ase, The glory {ijejuretiVlor a wurUil Lke Yei error .l.iai' ofieii bewiuirrni my i lowrs'aever ftdp, or vi rare L-.t uarki.esa oi ttighe. ror U.e heal of tlie nun Nor nurroiv. uur siekntss shtill conic. Oul-'wtio vvmild exuln'nge Ihis'region so lirigiilj ol" 1 leel.l'ui rtcjihiig from lile'a fbbing-tide, Moy ihe oe iheniv ttjtpeur -.'or illy .niidfri While "ihe1 swings'oi; liie morning., shall wufi. me nbi-i'e And Uie Ood of .ill ulor) eaibracc me in love fljuijjtlljg itovrnuunl I net Ihe rlh 1 lorsiken, HYitJi a leiiyjcsj. i toil, mill a Iciupe-il is aiuken Aid all stiinns uliuh di lurbnsrepu e, And all the d-irk mourning and all llie deep woes Are lonieutcjdiby whom s con erred, The power toifio in do good, The powfti- lo if peace, Tfl AtrfJiple on ti cord ami shall cease, ThCjpAWer-tp ihi .it r ol sirile, 'vTiie po cer lo up to era ol 1 ic! .Bui oh1 llie nlor subvtn nig his powers Oft poiseus -indtjaouiilains md ill luc Where ooljee 'ni wo on 1 And Lhousandsuse niurtlnag in intrtuUrrav .A'rid the puasions jl ciivx -and u a ite and pride, .lake furies on whirlwinds iriuniphaiilly ride L M HojcT.i-.GTOf., January 1849 jSHfc. i S illlES She never liappj Ihoughl LiglilS up her pen ive Tne merry laugh Irom lip to lip, unheeded by Frozfn lorevcr in her heni-t The louat oi gladness And o er il pour in rapid Hood, I lie open iwte ol sadness never frown ng grief With In stern ni igii bound her? f" Has t aie her long lean f nger raised, LTo'cust her. iellera j-oiind her? "lias one so young the esson teamed is oil _ J "Ah no1 aht. never smiles, Hcrfr nit teetlt tire decityct" _The Labor of 1'niuiug- a Paper is no doubt Jim tha' we should hen mueii less eonplaiut Irom con-tempo ines of thotrsnb ciiberi I tiling to pav up suuserip turns' did the e fieghgi it pui urn, lullv mirier stand the troubles ol lit ng e ich nilivid i il paper Now iePeien m iu who tikes a espeei ilvJ t those who go utt yinutmg olhei_s lorlhe purpo c or bfjumg papers wTfh mt h nkmg win eieh p ipi i UK, rtid the following wh cli hneprepir e'd e-iptctilly for the beuefil of the ignurint oui de-ire to shbw the ictu I i iiount o! hand mg e ich his in p isa thiough be foie it-redehes ilu bind e SRJ nothing ol t'le liogble Jtiii i ol t) pe selling, oi pi.eis orignnl co t of paper ink, nfiiein1 ami a git it miin other-tfungs-we might bring m bu x L m< n !v wis-ii lo lell'ihi "hi i.i i -.hprt HI pn pec while it is iiiidngomg llie tr insilion si ite from i hi ink to a uewsp iptr clem blank fay the side of n troi gli of j uie w iu r I he press nan dips, -ind qone iftcr qilnp t1 e "d tin i is wi t reH il H turned  how Iu Lan dige t llie r fli c lion, th it not only is ho chenimg Ihe Pnpler out ol a portion ofthe hchis .expended for.pnp'e.r." ink. hands, but Ilia i Ihe is actually p'prmitiing nihcr men lo per- this labor for him Without any- remuniv .Thei printer toils lor him after the City of Fort Wayne Indiana January 25, 1849. -si Jawff square aill I AreastivubltifiscviLmirinoeviadeti by tftf year. i All letters awl foauutotitatimit COMMUNICATIONS ConejpoudeuteorihsFort Wayue Times.. L TERRITORF, Dee. lOili, 1818. MIMESOTi iviiU meat for the year is manufae- lured ou the spot !uto''peinuiicou" ''burgou" ,or and robes, to sell. In these excursions ihey frequently come in conflict with the Sioux, Ass'mnelwin. Miaa- larce and other who use this, as u acorral is formed ol thec-uts, by making a ii j He wasrisl ready to ourat mio from m the centre ol winch the non-combat- a, hi sorry. said, ants and caitie are jilaced, thf men figlning under shelter of their wheeled. Ibrlificalion; FEIEND WITHERS: Shekspeare is nothing ih a name; wiiii due deferem-c for the au- thority, 1 must beg leave to dissent from such .sweeping TWiliing iu a name-! indeed! lit iniglu as well have said iliereli nothing iu n character. Who wil! say "there 's no difference between Kaposiu and Jim- or whb'wUI deny tjia: -Minnesota I'appeiis itiat'tliey are taken by sur- u.s'it should be written, not or aitiickod with much success; their possession of arms give them a dm-jdt-d advantage over idc-se savaoe tribes who fight with and spears only. jVfior.lhe return from .these hums, parries slOfiUfijY.SwniiPaub: will) pientrtnd roues lo for 'Teaj'Sugar, 'Polmcco, Tee Busy. .ay "Moiher! cried my -little Willy bursting m upun-me-, as-1 sal Lusiiy m u-oik "I've :ost-Miy arrow in (he grass, and  n the Cist fiomthe43j N' Lu o he 49tlt, the alejcjn be tlaaaed us cold lertj md of touise tlie pioduc.tii.iis tf moi e genial climes ire not en I niieJ, m the boutheiu pait, ihesmill tight row cun is pi dueid, but m this latitude, (IG) iiolhin, but ihe paititoloied Sq iiw coin upens rje, bailej md potatoes, jrow iu pei calmly, I went "Won' with my work. ,______ l lor me, mi he a-ked, with u quivering hp, hold of my arm.. "I'm too I repMed, gcni'v. shaking him off. aVnl tell Jane- to find t: for you i-Jane "can't find, (he Ihtle fellow, in a cli'ikiuj! "Tell her to go and look again1." ''She has looked ujl cim't I'fiutl it' rWon'l you come, it fo ahd other the pilling over his'Hici V Bull, was loo busy to n lend to Willy. 1 nuilieu auoVP- us navinw tfrnivn tut _. -i .J f., as naving grown up within i last .tlire'e years, and it" will. that a safe route has been found through.the Chinpewa country, increase rapidly. In the Winter season, the- 'half-breeds ami hos-e cugngldat the northern posts, do all hen paeklug, and tiavellioj, mi dog ti u A tri uigulur sledge, bo m'ed on the bottom, is loa led with Irom 5 to 4 0 pounds, loin oi >ix di gs a harnessed to n, the driver gilds w l pair ufsmm shoes, "luspsa I mg point ed-.stick mid away scuds liie turn-out over the nciiiMti! snow at the late ol ioiiy miles i tiseJ, ireaciosa between ho Newlouiidlaud anil the lush jreed, .and nre. noted for- their, .docility, and. L tat session a hilt was befoie Congress lo organize this Fenueiy, but it failed to be cornea law; the inlialiiiaius, on. the east side Mississi ppi seeing, this .summer, thti. absolute necebaity ol h iving some form' ol Goveinmeiu concluded to keep up the old Wisconsin Teiritonal orgiuuaiion, and uu dei it hive elee ed as delegate to Ml H 11 Siblev, i gentleman fuvoiablv I novvn to all, foi hia piobuv and uibane de pmtment Should he be denied aseit, it is hoped I hat the FedeialGmtrnmen twill forth with emet the bill ol and estab I sh the tentloi of frmbroideting the edge of a lilile linen suck that 1 wtis milking lor him. tmd ibai, for the n.Oiiu-nl. seemed of more importaiice -timu the happmeis of my child. I r pliid ogo downstairs. You must take beiier carc.ol jour anows. Go a.id icsk Ellen to find i! for vu." says she won't look for it." Willy was now crying outright. "There! tltL-re! DOM'I be so foolish ns to cry at ibe lo solaich a hull thmg as nu uriow siul I iti a reproving voice Mm Kt imt-d ol vuu1 you go and find it for me, rnoiht r'" he uig d. Mill mdn d vv ihy I'm too busy now. Go and lot k for it ignn J1 "But I ciin t find it I bine looked" I hen gn and (oik agdm a A Willy went d.iwn staiis. and' I htirdhim iljuuuihe jard lor ?fme ttn minutes, until my patience began togue a .to-do .about an. arrow! 1 wish never buugbt him the' said I m ivmg in my chair 'Lllen, won't you me nnother arrowl Here is a sliek, 1 heard him ask of the cnok in a pleading voict But Lllen ri plied indeed. .1 sli i ve gut. s'ome-- thing else to do besides making arrows. 1 he chilli's civmg was renewed I felt vtied HI rilui She mignt hue madt> him I siid If I so busy, 1 would go down and make him. one mvself. into thejurd, and iia-lirst otij tl 'h.il met i-yet.-astliel.ui arrow, partly concealed b. iliud a rose- bush, where it bud easily Mud I much ininule sivtn ai tbe right tune have naved? Ah me! U c iearii ion laie. and te- pent when tepenlance is oflillle Hvnil." I t.u.k tin- nr'rnw nnd ,t with the- bow which 1 found thrown upon ihe- ln-d. beside my sleeping buy.llint lie migl.t themiiB soon us he awiiken.d. I1 was an hour before Ihe deep sleep, into which my U'iiJy had fallen was broken- I hud in ihe nu-aniiine, resumed my sewing, having lust fully lull" an hour in const quence. of b.-iiig unwilling to lose u ft-tv uiea for i.-ie xake of niieiidmg lo my chiiu. ;ind relieung him fri-m ihe t-ouhlf-UIEI had ciinw upon him. Thr first noticr 1 received of his being awnkp. was Ins gratified i-xe-U-. mniionni fimi his arum beside hii; Inu ua. Uiiii.iu, i what U by nltt boots Au. Jiiur anJ i n a-urer und how it came utii ihey know have ilu-v any It.sis whic-h 10 le-nlure- an opinion. Il ihey aie und io re-i eivc it. where i< it to and I., whai exie-nt arc the me-iins of l rust iu In- HI..S curtaiiruY If it was i-sued, ii i< in-esumed thai me UO..KS ol the Auditor Treasurer would u, and if it was uol, or while ihe cause is u mystery, it cauni.t be it will be the K uf ihe- Trust.__ As In the Of ihe liability of ilieTrusi, on this ace .uni, it a! present rests upon the evidenco lurnished hy tin- Slate Complaints were made a! the office of tht Tiusi iees, dji-inj; lus! winier, and after the ttdjouriinieul of the lioiird, that thi, CJerk of WASIILYfiTON, Jaauary 5, !b 'I he- ,wi mcuiiiely utive session. Ueibre duing so, sundry cuinuiunicaiiiiiiit from the' Kxcc IJepinimcins were received :iiid .-Uiidry billj were n lili bate rung up. re.iptciing the purcha'-i anne.xution of Cubs, which was dec.' ward did hot dissipate inMiiuily the one, drink up the otlu r. i was sober fcr many hours afterwards; for the conciousness of ha vmgcW wiong.ns well as ol' having beei the' occasion of grii-f to my chiid. lav "with i Wreath. pieisure upon rnv CAML KEI'OKT. coniiuue extracts' frnii ibis Report. The following extracts show what progress-had been in the c of she Canal, HIII! peiided There; lins In en 'fiircn'iisiruci'inn, -dii- undiiij! thu first day. i'if Uuccm- her, he sum of und il s expuclcil thin throughout' ilie present win- er, (is it .'was'tlielasi, "t lie- jbrce now employ- the' work w-fll be kept up. The resent force employed upon the Canal is qual to" 1780 men., There are 96 ''miles ol tin mum liue'ufiderjeotHrnctjfromUoalGi'etk besides ,the :work at Putokii ere 72 miles of ihe line, Th Butl.musl done." I sewid iwn more tnan oe Mi b i, a Whig bin previous  happiness of my child? Ah mi-! I wNh I Two men making love, to the daughter of I learn to think right at tlie.nclit Tht.-mi.siocles, he preferred the, virtuous man, little fellow.' UK was so.happy, with before the rich and, would rathe-r have n man without riches, than riches with- outamau." An irish Judge whbn addressing it of are to: hope 'twill bo a Warning, to bo hangjtJ, you" hi-i bow and nrrow. Butnll was. dustroyrd by the un'iinrly losa which I cmilil have re- stored in n few moments. natural mother. 1 stood for -nearly fivo minotM over. my. sleeping boy. 'When I turned awayi I did notreTOnjamy'sewing. no heart to wort I want down of perishable male rials, hut ou works of ibis kind, are'iisuid'y- built of ihirtible as distinguished from the annual butliits which appariain ir, lim care uud maiiageincni 'of a Canal A pirtic'nlur descripiion of Ihe structures on ihe Cainil re- will be .fouiid'in'ihe repori oi tlie Chit-f lingiiieci-.accoinpunyinf; the hist aniiuil report ol the Tiusicesjan'd his rupoil ol this year will exhibit lilt- extent lo which suchstruc.ures have been renewed.. Ihis report, in conni-ciion with the reports exhibiting the slate-ai "tress oflhe work on the uiifiiiisliud part of.ihe Canal, will en- able the Gene-nil Assembly in fiirin some idea oflhe large amoimi ol whidi has been performed by the i'rusie.es. diirinjr the year, iu the execution of the conrfied tothcm. At tlie meeting oi'tlie Hoard in Nov. 1847, a letter was add rested in the Auditor of State, reuuesiing to lie-.officially informed nfthen- mountof serip issued, nnd amiiunt IHII- standiug .1 ily Hi, 1S47, that they- mijjht know the exact iiabilily i.f Trtis-. under the- law creating ii. :o redi-cm those issues The Auditor, iu his answer, a eopy of (vliicli is herewith submitted, siaied the amount ol' se-iipthen for lands liasl, io be 50. am) of scrip for the hinds U'esi. where-ipon the- Trustees adopted an order directing the Clftrk of ths Und Oifice at Loyaiispvrt, to receive said sclip in muni of lands, at said .tllie-c, uniil iheamouuis So slated to be uuistnndiiig, including all sums oldest place in the Union, and the wi-ather changes more sudden- ly. Mr. Potman who r-sides in that region, HEALTH AND C6i.ii LLi New Hampshire, is ihe Ua Miys.thnt within circuit-'of f.i'ur or five mil-s iheift. are- persoris of the following ages; 96. 91, 87, 85, 77, 75. and many others of 70 earn and upwind. This seclion of country is sparsely s: Hied, nnd the stnienK'ni proves that in Culd'climate, people arc hug Air. Putnam says he thinks ihe Cholera never .visited that.Siate, and cer- tainly not his vicinity. The Mormni newnpaptiis, at twice se.ven doll.us.and-a.hii lor ev't-ry.colinnu. See h'uhd'nfd nnd "s'ixt'v 'memberv 6f' the1 liu'u.se-- deii'iiig awavj at' least F-iidiiv of. discussing. o> guing, and-ulinosror-Tiuile (juaiTcling iibos- these .private ye! .-Icaicely eve.-- riglit or wrong! Tlirce or-four inembt-i's generally make it a point !o go a and against all these ciairns hiurimer'-'aii while a large majority of "all-ilia-re1- tnatniiig- members every- K; stave oil" and gel rid of said claims. moment a privutt- bill. isYtdken.up in co.mn.i-: tee. members in.scores leave the hili Th'.y vote ihe bill a bore, ta.k'u their liaia'aiid Then there-will coniehp u cry of qii-oruf'.; :.The-n the commiltee ihe-ir ihe qrclaid Bside that day, aiid.lbe journs. Meantime llie claimnnls, whonit claims a r jusl, are put .off, disnppoiineii, inlmmaiii.; tjeaied, and. ,'n too many instances, with brfken hea.-ij, into their'graves, "Uuwepti'ualionored, and unsune.''. It i.s therefore time, high lime, something-should be done in- change the existing practice'in ihe matter these claims.. .Mi. Rockwell, chairman of Ihe commiUr-' on claims and ih'e: author of ihe ar-' the bill under coiisideiiiiion, has applied him self most dilligchlly and vigorousiy-to tii- elucidation of-sorne.plan, by which may be saved n great deal of government a great deal of expense, and In-- oiaimanis that justice which may be 'lieirdur.' He has bruughi forward ihis bill. Il probabtv is not perleci. but mnv be amended, in soh-.i: retpects, advantageously. Mr. Sirong, of 1'e.nnsvivrtnia, advocated if-; adoption, with.sundry an'abl.; argument of Mr. Xk-adc, of Virginia also .spoke ly nnd.ably in favor of llu: bill, in tlie though he too desired that it should be amei.-- ded in some resiiecis. Me phUl [iliineiit to Mr UockwoSI for tilt; talunts au-; industry harl displayed in drawin up and f mining .the bill. Mr. Bowiin, who always linrcs liie House en private bill days, look ihe floor, and blazer, away against liie bill in his most vehement. strains. He talked as if ho fe-nred, shoulii I the bill become a 'law, ilia! ho wou'd be de- ,if all opportunity of Imaring'-.'ikf j. i uuuse hereafter, lie- did not like this ing n, me grenl'Suit Lake, scpernted 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; jhat after am-1 t ,-itnr o, ,hn_____. O. I. f -I- IIUU3C I As soon a? the- gold was discovered, the Ca.ifuriiia iMormaus wrote'tn their brethren at the Sail Lake, in com1; down, nnd Ibcv re- ceived in answsr some, specimi-ns of gold, with a request for ihern 1 in the mount hern lo come to Salt Luke ijungri.ss had .icled hiiherio in i-egaid to the.- claims, ail towards generally: tlien; w-usaii Siuguhir to relate, tin: A'or'nn in the f the e.xcilcnu-nt took up their duds and mnrched-for the great Salt Lake, not withstanding the richness of llm gol.l region iinrf the nm.iunt g-ithererj, wiih a seemingly iiie-xhaustibli- supply THERE A Goo eccentric Johi Knndiilph-once ascended lofty prints of ilu lilne Kio'ge tiisne :lit- sun rist-. 'The s.iene previously n-ceivml since July 1st, and itnverwhrlm. jurisdict on of a few commissieiiers, liable KJ be- currujitcd! Mr. Sche-nck followed, in reblv, in one his ablest ami most sarcastic was sick, and bred of the manner in whicii lust, Hit- inlurinaUoii is ctiinmu s.nid n hltle b ty tiip. oihnr d.iy. the whole amount nfscnp so be out- t ,T' s andiug, fo, lauds east of aken in.-md I J i do you been taken redeemed, ii however: that since Ihon more scrip of i his y liicrlntirin i.t.o. l.o'.ai, 1...I .r-..-- i i have no mother-t to spank duicrspiiiiii ..us- been Hindered !il the 'Land Uffict-, and was refused by the OiTici.r, in com- RLMLTT on NOT or not plumcowuh Ins duty. The ask-d ihe Duieli Justice. "Not guil not, as yol, instrncied iheir Officer to receive j ty." Den vat yon do here? Go lipout vour this for'they do' not feslut liberty to puiriew." and he wpujd vote :for any ciL-inge whicii might be proposed, m the certain belief th.M no new system could so b.-id as the old As to Mr. liowlin's ingiiHiirnts, he said fei. fiei: lo confess thai ihey only served strcngiheii him in his opposition lo Ihe pi'e.- ont system. I.) impuiation of tin gen- from Mi.-'seUfi that ihis Couit." o-- Boaid of (.'oinmisiiioner.s, would be .casilv bribed by claimants', lie said had neve.' him-ell" been a Judgi-, had m-ver presided "er a Uouii, to try.eau.-'es where i-.nmey was al sink'-, nud lhi.-refi.re could noi presume tij- upon the virtue ofu Judge, or imssiane.r, iii the premisci. The gentleman tVoni. Missouri hud bren "a Judge., ami there, fare had iv better righl lo on Iho 'Flie llou-ic laughed. VVe hityu the news, by tcleg'Rjih, here to- day, rhut turni unii! ihn-lih of March noxt. by Legislature of now in se.s sion. Nothing is'siiii] abiui' tho- eleciinn any borh-el-w. the fnlllerm of sjv years from the ?t'i n? Mari-hi 'Mr. Clay will pmbnbly   

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