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   Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               BOTH BUCK, Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME 2. "Free Principles ftr ud u .pel, manly defense ef them.1' FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD, mOTALBUCaL DO nl.mii rear..................f-40 no 1 Ou W i or 10 OO to M Car'bv. too I wit) W Mjr par MM. atlTi afeaw ntn. Legal at rat. larrf by lo allwrtiun. asiut W JO WORK l nediuin) Snt oo auadrwi oo brw.. 3 Oi> WI.. flnt hnmlri.d..........4 00 I huiidreit ea> turai.. 1 W) r ifcml hiUa.Onl hundred.........1 to m on t VA t M> Bghlli ahrrl NIK Br.1 hnnibnl.........1 DO "i kuuilwl un aanw (nun.. I W FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN: TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1854. Per Annum fa NUMBER 31. HKHIfTLT TO. Itlt wkh T. Mallm, oa Formt vlnnl.   uniuml ami wlm nwm any ihv i eripiiiin ut Lurul nml ihu ilnle of onlrv at lu Ilia purulent of HZCBAROB lie UO, WtMOMUX Thii hotel ii rptn tn tin trar.lliruf com- munlly. It u Iho mini cuntralty nilutle in Hit titf for iraonllcra nnd mull of biuin rirriol lu and from the free of day fur ra- riinw uf tlic .lulu. nil tl Jan. 19th mt. C. KMOHT. FONIi I.AC. OX Turk, .ml Hi. JUSTIUK OF THF. I'KACK. Otflci nvcr Daw Sluru, Slum Struct, fuml du Lac, t fur eiml. ntlmr tn nnil nn I, IrnlonJ nml 4l( Par Hi Vaupun, awiiL LAITUC, i Tvcth t Teclb !t Tvolh I DR. U KKI.I.OCKI having luoalwl pinna- nently in Fund du IMC, m a IX-ntMt lo 'hu LH- nd nf ffiu eity nmt vicinity. A ful pmctice "r lo in liittf nil tu jfive nntiro nnuivi'd in lii., new Uiildinx For th, FouBtaio City Hi raid. Tan MomfTABf Mtrca. Bi R A. Buiiox Th. aeralnf Sun high, And pttniog tbatlM with And warlin and.Toll.yi grMn, In beauty giynt w.n aw; The fowin with rich And ghiwvd with of troolng Bowlnf in aodoty I WMD. A BouaUb'a Wbun rtuulm io With joyum tnuile Hhotd loud, WbO. tn dlent honiago A roicB with harp had lining, which th. Utk Thai mouatinp la th. air away, fair dawn of.lHy day. The buid.D of toag WM ForXaturc'i which true hunrUwOTt-- Aod a. .xuUiny numbtn eamo, Th. tmmi'i Joy incrtuod And wluio >un bad mKranlfd high, MDith man r.lirucl kwyoad Whcro aortal inindi can no'or isyadn, luti roll'd on in tilrw iliHH, And willed o'or all lhi> lovely K.M In nwadow, dale, uptan i iliode; (hwlovri dwell, hw ray. pMTfttU. The rodiont of light at Ivngth 'n ath th. mouotaini uuk Aud to their nightly .Ivop Retired, all >nro the rettual. Thnc all night lung in gay, Syaphooioat tang exultant lay Till dumaod by tuch oxquiitte touncb, uniiumlx'rvd Ihiougod atutind1 la mountain afar from men, Tboy cuncort held frcim niurtal kin; Secure and lotw in lulitudu, W.tre wcrod inuto nonn cnn intrudo. BEAUTITUI, benuliCii) ux.ma below ii from tlio pen of Han, Geo- rge S. uanfvw tluil incrtn-ing (ears bring with an iucioininy retpvul fur tncu nho do uot succeed in life, ns tlimc nro coinmonlv Heaven is mud lo Uo n plitcefbr Ihoae who hnvo uotsuo- cwdtJ upon enrth: and it ii true Hint ccilcntiii! graces do uot beat thrive and bloom in the hot liltize ofworldiy jirosjjoritr. sometimes niisos fioui a supe; abundance of qualities in from a concience too sensitive, a tarto too of thu tuttidoiu, a too romantic, moduuy too rn'.ireing. I will not go so C. M. O-Hnni'naion.'r ftpJM'intr.l OoTcrnon (ullxwinif Wlulo. Iu and arlinuwlrdtf..- mml> I., u'-w-'l tln-ri'in. rut: York. tMiM I.KIUIIII, Cuni ixlkut and 1 Wi. C. W. A. Lawyor. Kvml d.i IJM ill du   bo dismissed at once fruiii a posi. ion for which 1m never hud Kjast quuli- iuation, nnd iuwhicli, unfortunnluly, hehas A'en but tooiuccossful in bringing rrpronch ind ridicule upon llm Atiicriciin Govern iiBiit. If, liortcver, hu had nuLhority for conduct, m we i littw and wf HViil l vr Hratr K. 11. LEWIS HOUSE. By TIU.S about To wvll funil.h. awl ronT.ntvnt rwima, Attirntivi- purler to of travullurs. and iu attendant. Store. DKALSA VX CLOCKS, Waltheo. Jow.lrr. Sil- Ware, Cutlvry, Lamp., Okibm, Chianeya, Yau- HpwUclo, aodoory dncripUon of SHEET MUSIC, Mwieal IfMlruin.Mj.: Much KortM, Me- Diutum, AecurUftxw, Mii.iM IkMwa, Violin Bowi, tK-.l Ifliban tliniiHi.Ac. Ae. N. H. PaMionliir paid to repairing fund du Anifiiol 4 llf WOMAM'I not of prctly fact, nor tint uf her com- ilexion, nor beauty and symmetry of person, nor Ihe cosily decora- ion, that Kor it I he enchanting glance of her aye with which she luch on the mnn deems worthy of friendship, that eon- her beauty. It ia her otavting de- her conversation, the ten- ibility and purity of her thouglila, ile and open disposition, h.r sympathy with how in (ulvernity, her comforting and relitv- ng the afflicted in and, above all, he humbleness of bar soul, that oonititutcs woman. ROYAL BUCK. N'OTAItV I'UULLV, Pontl dn Uc Cnuntj iJlooki niul 4c., amT MC tnkni cm moat llvralt) Offlrt du C. M, tompkins, STORAOB, CitJ ot Fun.! du Via. Jan. nil W If C MOTKIL, Wo. 68, WAKKEN STREET, KatWTOHX. B. wrraorr. if. IICI.1CI. MAIS STRUT, na t( uncst a. OUMMT trtenxn vie Jtm fuf tour Mthe March It. IMS. Ctaurk, fcuerlor. ia to Mrtef m An.) Dmlrnt ia Purk. Flour, Unln, Luntxr, DTJ IAC, Y.._ al and eur Wharf Jatly .r all ports on Uso Winn.bago, and ___ SASH BltWI AND MOB u to do .1 Umh uf Sllahjhl and CinU Tunlnfand Boruuj. can turn from 1 iavna. U 19 tutt UtuaV and ill any rhnpe the human mind can dttiw, (rxcvpt turn would alioMf lo rmdbw tonwiunily that we shall brraady Winds and Uunn about ibn Itth Januarr wwd aorl Tr.athar paruit- linir or by I of f.b., anihow. tbcpon W ItKIHS PtTIDKK. dm Lac DM. MM. BO-tf Livery Stable! OS SHEBOVOAK (tall the UOUM Bern. A food WPJM; of alarm Car- both and I Ml. vtivnl jiroductioii to that jiopular pupor, of nlitoh the fultoning a stanza: Kcopyuttr uyu an-r flxud on tho American EagU', W hum TB u Ihu proud bird uf our dm.iuy hiil, that fnivl you can ovrur iiivuiglu fiy itvjKMi'.iiig ink un iU tnil! Ilit following apologetic for be) bunr tlint liciicd tho hand uf Lulit Men- ei, it tram thu Mnrysrille llvnild: Wlm come to feed her With nomlio jweut, and injif tlniin ran out in hnito to inwt Ami auized her Iiutid bccaUHo 'twut iwcetcr, Tlit bent thing lo toko nfter luing iutosi- resoltitiou otfer to be inloxicutcd igaln. EPIGRAM. 15 OXHIIIJII.. and drink uo more. ImUbit on yini f Orng grow t" 1 ice Thu blowomi on your Madrid has aciod in a manner the rriirestiitiitive of the American mct.t, and iu direct conflict with tho wishes nd si.'iuiinonts of our poiiplr, is not lo he dcniod, if the substance of hii demundt and tliQ overboarinir he in present ing them, hnrii not been entirely misrepre- sented. To deliberately hiti.t out. pretexts for a qimrrel with Spain, and proceed load Don't ovwrtuk tlw young Brain. Dr. Robertson says Ilia minds of chiMran ought lo be liltk, if Ht all tasked, till the irnin's ia nearly completed, or until the age of six orseven And will ihow be waited t or will the future man be more lik.lv lo deflcient in xiwer and Mpability, than who is Tliow y.ars will not great book of nature is open lo in- fanl's awi the child', prying investigation; and fiom nature's page may be learned more uwl'ul inKirmatiyrt than is coilaincd in all children's books that ever pubUsh- cd. But area supposing years to atnolutely lost, wbicli taantbiogbut thecnse, will child eventually a thereby t eonunid, with our author, thai he will not. Task the mind earlier and you not only the child great- er risk of a disordered not only, it may bo, lay the foundation for morbid cilability of brain, that may day end io but you iti bodily potr upon them in an. arbitrary HIH! utiusua manner, to make deiiiundii uf an cxtravngunl nnd uncommon character, an J, in doing go, ;o employ the tone nnd lungitage of u bul- ly and a'braggart, overstepping all just, and reasonable limits, and prostituting our national character in the face of the whole world, Thut the reported demand of an indem- nity of taOO.OOO for Ihe injuries in dieted upon our ci jzcui in the case of the Black Warrior, grossly exorbitant, and that ibis demand was tatalmpurposely exor- bitant with a view to a rupture with Spain, and the coDsequei.t seizvire of Cuba, no ean doubt who has any knowledge of what is customary and proper iu negotiations of this kind. Mr. Pierce and his Minister h.iro evident- ly but tittle ot the and generosi- ty of their countrymen, iu assuming to htr> tor over a weak And feeble nation. It is not JIB wish of our people to require of oth' weak ar strong, what they would not submit to themselves. And that we should have instantly and indignantly rejected such demands as have been umde MR. 8EWARD8 SPEECH IN IISAL UZBAf OS THI Kansaa-Nebraaka Bill, in'tii V. S.'Sinai: tot MAV 25th, MH.PMHOBKT: I rise with no. purpose further resisting or even delaying the passage of thia hill. Let its advocates hare only a little patience, and they will soon reach the attainment of the object for which they .Iruggled so .srosstly and so long. The sun hasiet for the Taat tine upon the guaranteed tnd eartain liberties of all the unsettled and unorganized portions of the Amciican Continent that lie within the ju- risdiction of the' United States. To mor- row'nun wiltrisein lions sometimea occur which aeem to that Slavery was Xalionxl, I must f till two right Suth were the questions iah the opinion that it is an evil; and be that divided the English nstipn between Pitt cause it is a national one, I should be Ihe more firmly held and bound to prevent an and the contest between the aa- tailant and defender of Quebec. The judg- ment of the world was enspendtd by itssym- pathiea, and seemed ready to descend in fa. vorof him who should be most gallant in And so, when both fell with chiv- alry on the same field, the survivors united increase of it, tending as I think it manifest- ly does, lo the weakening and ultimate overthrow of tho Constitution itself, and therefore io the injury of nil mankind. 1 know ihere have been which endured long and Achieved much which tot- n rais: ng a common monument to the glo. eratetl Slavery; but that was not tho Slavt- ioua but rival momories of. and Mont, 'rv of enste, "like African Slaverv. Such lions calm. But this contest involves a moral qnestion. The slave states present They maintain that African it not erroneous, not unjust, not inconsistent with the advancing cause of human Since they so regard it, I not expect to see statesmen repreienfing states in- subtlety, to talk of WDM try al ready secure m the bicMMfl. power ofself-dotrudM. What mankinrj wawt, the rekwmtl of that tlur nay make at tbei? pUeaaie stitatioeui ef or hWdma already iitrm, ud rratoral it of slarety, them, that they may ealabliah nnmimim of ia their place. awl J tern. long that ouscuriiliou shall last, about H vindication of this system known only to the power that directs nnd by the Congress of the United States, controls all human events. For myself, 1) On the other hand, we of the free stales know only this, that no human power cat prevent its coming on, and that passing off will be hastened arid secured by others than those now here, and perhaps only those belonging to future generalions. Sir, it would bo almost factious to offer further resistance to this me.isure successful resistance was never expects.) to be made in tliis Senate chamber, nn old battle ground, on which there have regard s'avery as erroneous, unjust, oppres- sive, and absolutely inconsistent, therefore, wstli the principles of the American Consti- tution and Qtjverment Who will expect us to Ve indifferent to the decision ot the American people and of mankind en such au.. issuer" Again: there is suspended on issue of tlvs contest the political equilib- rium bbUvoen the fee and the slave U is no ephemeral question, noulloquesuon, cently to atwh____________ Who wouU dan to fct any disloyalty to if laey wens coastitvlioM of slavery t But it anpnanj aescw Iktt of nrixapU i. i to Kanus and Nebraska lhaa eral priuciple applicable to aH other to all courilnliuw tends lo demonilize equally iho i Who imj fcr subj.c'ed race and ibe superior one. films been tho absence of such Slavery from Eu- rope that has given her nations ihe superi- ority over oil i or countries in lhat hemis- phere. Slavery, wherever it exists, fear, and four u the paront o  ____________ __ at the fire tides of ihu Slave States, always and future Territories of the I'nittd asking new stipulations, now compromises. Do honorable Senators tmf- and abrogation of compromises, but fear c poae they arc establishing a at It ii the apprehension that, ex-en if safe now, If so, I think they err, wh.ltcr they will not always or long be against some invasion or somo from the frvo states. What is ihe ihe humiliating part which proud old vert oac law capriciously by making Spain n acting at this day, trembling be alaruu of American intrusion Cuba on one sutu and Briiish dictation or. ihe principle ii ui'ther food or rivkt 'lliey are not eetaUtshmc Whl cannot csUblish it in this way. ten tho country, that ii might be ready for the appeal- which wouU be made, whatev- er the decision of Congress might We arc no stronger now. Only fourteen at the first, it will ho fjrtunatoii' we miiin'.ain that number to the tud. IVc nrc on the eve of the consummation of a great national transac- tion which will elosc a cycle in, tha history ut! our it is not Lo desire to pause ft uiomout, and rjiirvey (he scene around us and the prospect before us.' Howcror obscure ive may individu- ally be, our connection with this great trai saction will perpeltutc our namu.t fur prniaO or the censure oi' future and pej-hiipa in ivgious Cir rcit.ote. It', the.ii, we had no other motive fur our b'.il tlucnce over tho. central power here or wheth- Shivery long, and still cherishes it. in the law of your tflh-cia er law in its place. Tli'iaisaU. law h.ireany more weight, authority', lemnity, or binding force un freedom shall gain the itscendencv. I do not to see statesmen of the slave -st itcsindifferent on so momentous a rjues. liou, and as little cm it be exficcted that those of the free states will betray tho great csuso. And now k remains for me to de- clare, in view cf the decision of this contro- vetsv so near at hand, that I have seen noth- ing xnd heard nothing during its .progress to changB tliooj.iiiijn wbiob at iho earliest pr period I expressed. tV-r- twnly havo the t-viJence tlien proiniaad that this free status would acquiesce in thumeasuio. As certainly too may say I havesean the tuitiliment of histo- ry of iho last thirty years wunlj btf revisud. corrcc'.cd and aniendcrl, and that it would then appear that tha country during alt that period had boor, resting in pivsperitv and contentment and poacu. not Mpon a valid, constitutional and irrevocable. Compi-oniise between tho slave slates and the t'reo blatos, but upon an unconstitutional ami falsa opin- ion, and even infamous net of Congruauon- nl usurpation, On the contrary, I that of au honest desire for a jiHt f.nne, inoro ever satUlk-d diat, after all thj we could not bo intlirl'erent lo lha: acr.r.e detiale, the history of the. country will go Oongru nm now, ii' possiblt and that prospect. Hut individual inter egts and nnibithin sink iu'o insigmh'cance in view of tha interests of our country, and f mank'nd. And iho.so awnken, nt least in me, an intoi.so solicitude. It. by some in the and it hns been iiaid down to posterity just as it stood before, carrying U> them ilio tacts that r.nlil IS'Jlltiie Congjws of tho (Jni'.wJ S-L-ites to prevent the introduction of very into new territories whenever lliat ob- ject wns [inieticahli-, and that in that year by others later in this dc'uutc, that it was! they so far modified that poliey, under alarm- doublfiit wlietlu-r it would be the- cause of; ing appt'elmnsiuns or' civil convulsion, ns lo Uvery or the causi of freedom tlint would admit s new slave state; but up. n ain the advantage from thu passage of this! express condition, stipulated in fa1. or of ill. .1 do not find it scnsorious, nor even i the free. thnt shivery should bo tbrev- bill. unjiiiit lo iu orJer that rny cours-e may be approved. I am sure that the hon.iralilu Senator from Illinois (Mr. Douglas) did net menu tbftt the slave States should gain an over the free Statos, for he difi- c.'uimed it when ho introduced the 1'ill. 1 believe in all candor, tbe honorable Sen- titor from Georgia who came out a: the close of tlie battle na oao of the cliiefest leaders of victorious party, is ttineer-e in declaring bin own opinion that the slave slates will gain no unjust advnntiiie over the freo stales, Uocmise In) it H triumph in their Uchalf; nnd yet, standing all thia, what lias occurred here and in this couutry dining thia contest, com- pelled a conviction that slavery will ga'n something, nud t'lvedom will endure a altliotigh I hope not an irretrievable loss. The slava holding states are pnnsive, qui tt, content, and satistiod with the prospec- tive and the free states are excited aiicl alarmed with fearful ami appro Imnsions. Tlie impatience for tlia speedy passage of the bill manifested by its friends betrays a knowledge that thia ia the condi- tion of public sentiment in tlie free They thought in tiie beginning that it wss necc wiry to guard the measure by inserting the Clavlon iimumlinent, which excluded unnaturalizcd foreign inhabitants of the Territories from tlie right of suffrage. And now they seem willing with almost perfect unanimity, to relinquish that safeguard rath. er than to delay tho adoption of the princi- pal measure for at moat a year, perhaps for only a dny. Suppose lhat the Senate should adhere to lhat condition, which so lately I cr prohibited in all that part of the' norganized terril'Ties of ihe United cr pro and u Status lying north of tho parallel of '3G uog. 30 north latitude. Certainly, I Hnd nothing to wiii my favor toward the bill in the prnp- of Sanator from Maryland (Mr. lo restoro tho Clayton amendment, which was struck in thu IJousc of rcsentativcs. So tar from voting for the proposition, I shall volo against it now as 1 did when it wns under consideration hare befoi-e, in accordance with opinions adopted us early as any political opinions I ever hrtd, and cherisliud us long, that the of suff- rage is net a mcio conventional right, but an inherent natural right, of which no govern- ment can rightly deprive any adult man who id subject lo. its authority, nnd obiigalud to its support, I hold, moreover, Sir, lhat inasmuch .is ev- ery man ia, force of circtiinstances beyond his own control, a subject of Government somewhere, Iw ia, by tho very conautut'un human society, entitled to time equally in the cotifcrring of political power on those who wioIJ it, if he is not by crime; thnt in a despotic govemmeet hn ought to bo allowed a free govern been many contests, and always, at least j whotliur slavery shall go on increasing iu in- j ihu oilier, but ihe fact that he has cherish- j grists than tho first h.-ul.' 1'ou since1 1SIO, with iuherso fortune lo the cause of equal and universal Wo were only n.t'cw heru lhat eng-igod in that cause iu the heginningof this coulect. All that we could hope to that we did hope to to and to prepare thu issuo for the House of iit-pre suntatives, tu which ;ho country would lock for iis decision as autfiorative, and to n tho last of her American colonial possess- have power und eqnal liberty- to aU- iousf rogatd Yuu allow no Thus far, Kansas and Vebfaska arc safv around old law to proU-ct il from abro- un.ler the laws of 1820 against tho intro-l gatiun. You t-rivt r.onu arourul yow BMW duction of this element of national ilehiliiv i law to stay the hand of future iun and decline. Tho bill before us, is we s> "n what groutid do you sttrcJ, contains .1 great principle, which, j law to stand If you are c.tndnj, you wiil wbcn fully nsoi-rtaiiied proves to Uc noitiing lhat you rest your less than tho o( lhatsccutily not ground that the free never repeal, Lml always It may o'lly within the territories of Kansas and N'abraskii, but within nt mid fututo :ill thu oilier pros- litnv Turrilorit-s ut tho L'ni- liid Slati'S. >.'DW it i.- qtiito cloar it ii not n priuc'plo alono lhat is invutvird, Usit th.n that you aro rijht. 1 ant about to dicf.he coins.- of the frw Stales. 1 uo autlWiiy t.i tiiem, aod s.iv what they will may those who crowd this with s.j to say lhat if they shall nut r.-fwal much and variiL-slnciu expect that) it W'H I'a Icjcnuac thoy are not either Krecdom ur Sl.-ivery shull gain sosue to do it. They have power let by it in tbeso lite case, the liousc ol" greater stands tlitis in Kansas and Fret-1 that of the slave status, and they lorn may loso but certainly nulh- lo it, .1 greater while Slavery may g.iin, certainly ean ing; uothing. So far as 1 am concerned, hu time for locking on dark tide has I feel quito stiro that Slavery at j here in the Senate. I will r thing the fn.t> States aro not duil acfeol- svvii in practical poliiioal you shall have taught tluat When nottnr staples of Shire sugar, cotton slavery can Ui lobac L'uiuu remain firm. If iv they ,io not ttand by Ihttr m.ir.j firmly, I t.j tli; best o'mv abilitv." K Moreover, the pu'.ilic atlnnlioii hu -v.of been so t-Oectiuillv diitviod toward sub- j jeer, I cherish a hope that Sh.vory wil! not .iul1 ho ahle to a tVunliol 1 even in Kansas. s ouly gives coiiscal, lull il does ot and Ciiiino'. inlroducu .Shivery Shrvcry will bo its own ov.-r- suiril. No one, I am sure. anliVi -1 ilro Porlv- 'pates the rc-eslablishincnt of the African of slave trade. Tho tidc-of cini-ralion is to 1-c I npplic.l thore solely bv ilia domestic tmm-' or -vou i' iro vf danger. >'j icaiiv i tain of slave lint 1 though it of men and wumcn nho hare ther besides Kwtsai to 'filled i Thero nre all of New- from ai 'h agen- res .Ive that they nil! vote fur n-.t f-r tken.- selvcs to carry out tiieir anj llicy practice- on that but The streams of slave hiluv llowinir from a are .iM. small founuin, and bmUi-n into :irc chnnneK will not cover so great al field, and it wreasonal.lv lo be hoped th.tl! ,anit ,nc tliat t nnd active. Thcso are alt the part of it nearest to ihe north will j the part be tho la Slave last to be inundated. to winpct to yirtir praise. HMT But' Afiicai. i 1 with lhe'sa-v erc" -if free emigration of white men, source afEgre hater tidu is ami.le as the i luJiice -if afEgrewon o. liijn of Iwo f continunU. khle senate r from The honor- or tn adopt your tactics an.l follow auio s.-unu.r irutu uuKkunre uieillioncu, as ii if il were a slanlina; fact. Hint twcnlv thmi- Roiuembcr nyw, that by unam- sand emigrauU arrived in .V-w this new law wt: U. York in month -We s'.alnto, to all th- cWce. the Missouri compromwc. It au m. Sir, he IIKS Muted llic fnct with too much moderation. On in; return to tho eapitol linilcly worse chance of Tho Missouri Compromise a a day or iwo ago, 1 met Ihoi'.sand of tion w; who nad arrived m riew men! the ballot or the own rote only feature that harnionixea with my own of justice. It is Iruo that the House of Representatives stipulate such suff- rage for white men ns a condition for open- ing it to the possible proscription and slsvurv House of Representatives, wliuih mutt cither j yield or In tho one ease or tho oth tur, of the African. I sh upon Spain is entirely certain. We wonld j Wiu> thought so wise and be not only in promptly re-1 ,lieBf. The till could only go buck to tlie jxrling them, butin chastising the insolence I of the (jovernmeol that made mond Whiff. A jrrcat city is not a 6t place to bo born _ _.....___ in, neither is it a proper plaeo to live in, and a so certain as this. ahove all, It is a most, unstiilablu place to wil) recedo u onca> moment's fur j which tha honorable Senator fn..m Delaware, die and be buried in. The country I ,her condition: and secure I -i.me ancient and honorable friend, Mr. Clay- the clear water flows, and tha pure air of pmgago of tha bill now, to-night. j ton, perseveres in the right of'suffrage to the heaven may UP breathed, w just the place haste? Even if tha question WC-M to; unmilurslized forcignei in tho tor till these things. :tlso thnnk God luair ami fur their coining. to the West, and thu IIUWK of the passage ot ihi.-  niHrkable for Ibvir talents and at lainmenU. A marringe of love is pleasant, a marri- age of interest easy, and a marriage where both meet, happy. A happy marriage hat in it all the pteMurea of nrieudnhip, til the IU poMsn and capabilities. HnrOmnibw- A MW omaibiu beloogiag lo U. S Hotel made first appearance ia streeU this morning. It is a little ahead of any- thiua of the kind sern in Madison By the way, Mr. DyrcaiKis gaining an ex- cel lent repuuition Landlord and we hear uu faouse poken of in high term: enjoyments of sense and rentoo, and indeed all the sweets of life. Nothing is a greater "'jrnurk of a degenerate and vicious age than the cotamon ridicule wltwti passes on thia state of life, it ia indeed only happy iu those who can look down wiih scorn or neglect on the inspection of Ihe times and trend paths oflife together in a constant uniform .course of virtune. CtraB FOB Cooper, following ofal cure for crrns J Take two of yellow wax, and nx dmhms of ve With the Capital mid the together, and spread ihe compo- cm furnish the best accom- Mtion on away an much of nwdatioBstbr IrwrvhVt town in the oota u tow CAP, apply tb. piaster, will not and fortn-gbt tUl tlw com ia Ptltt Journal, Amirivtn, South And nil tiicsc tliii in-a; I under bill, as lliff Hnuscof Repre.cnt.ilives.! ,hu havo or.ler.-d, slavey-fearing to the country before a final deciiiion Congress cannot dony them that liglit. [Oome on then, irenlt'iiicti of the Slave .__._ here, what would lliero be wrong in lhat Here is the third article of that convention reeoyiizeii bv cor .-is a compact, anj u itri canitot ihe There is no man living who will sny that thia :iiULcipatc-cl, or thnt he anticipa- ted, the agitation of this measure in Con- grots, when the members of this Congress were elected, or even when it assembled iu December last. Under such circumstances, and in the miJst of agitation, and excitement, and de- bates, it is only Mr to say that the eour.try eerUiinly has not decided in iavor of the The refusal, then, to let tbe question go to the country, is a conclusive proof that the slave as represented here, eipe.t from tiie passage of this bill what the free states insist that they will lose by it, an advantag a material advantage, and not a mere nbstrac- tirto. Thero aro men in tbe slave at in the free who insist always too per- tinaciously upon mere abstractions. But that not the policy of the rlare states to- day. They are in ea-nest in seeking for and securing an object, and an important one. I beiieve they are going to have I do not know how long the advantage bv which Louisiana, including Kansas nnd Nebraska, was ceded to the United Stales: "The inhabitants of the ceded territory be incorporated in the Union of the United States, and admitted as soon as passible, ac- cording to tbe principles of Federal Constitution, to the enjoyment of the rights, nnd immunitii.'s of ci'iiensof the United Slates; and in the mean lime thpy shall bo maintained and protected in the free enjoyment of their liberty properly, and the they j rofoss." The inhabitants of Kansas and Nebraska are citizens already, and by foice of this treaty n.ust continue to be, and as such to enjoy the right of suff- Statcs! Since there is m> escapinsf your j ,ne "and .lave challenge, t acc.-pl it in behalf ,.f the cany wllal J f Freedom. wnl mwuniicM-, :irn have t You ar-i norvonr. inu for ihe virgin soil of ITaina', j Ailing it "precedent which :vc the viclfrv to winch is alrjn in numbers as it in There are nilrouutoof this hill nnnnlly j K'jiir ati, you the of a portion of tho earnest who do not and who, I snp- i rr-nd' r the effort at immedittt repeal or pose, do not de.'ire thai Slavery shall g-tin i alike imrKnuribte to what ft posscMion of Nebraska. What do they gar.] a? au'uiicunsiituti'jual iwt for lo gain! The honoraHo Senator! render  Tliis is grenl principle of (he Mil, ns he! this new principle. ntrarii'. My opinions are well tojnuderstuod il. Well, what gain is there in i r it, that slavery is not only an evil bet a lo- that! You obiiu-rata a ol cal one, injurious and ultimately pernicious Freedom, If thvsy wriio a new coruuilalion f freedom, can the new be better than the If tliev write a const! lu lion of slave to society wherever it exists, and and in con- flict with" tbe constitutional principles of so- ciety in this country. I am uot willing lojrt, will it not be a worse oce! I ask lh' ettend nor to ihe eitension of thai; honorable Senator that! But the I' local evil into rogions now free wilhin our (honorable Senator says that the people Nebraska will have Ihe privelcge of esiab UiHl law to tho ofriput, You not only ;o expow Imt there is tm solemnity abVwt fir tho Unit--') which not Mrisouri compromise, anl ettend nor to ihe eilension of thai! honorable Senator that! But the the showo lhai bo repeated, then nneiation of suiijertto gained will last, nor how great or compre- lietrrive it villba. Erery Senator who agrees with nw in opinion mast s. I do that under such circumstances Ke can go nothing that ean be done with i United Slates as well as Freedom; but if I to jjstaiilish slavery dwi respect to difference opinion 'J i- empire. will have Ihe privelcge of annexaton o suec o I know that there are who differ from tsblistiing insiilutions for i and pleasure and o a me, and who regard as They now the privilege of establishing !ry majority in Coffmr. i-jand snnctioncd Uy tlie Conatitutioo of llie fne inttilutionr. Ti il a prii-elege, then, expect lhat the nnd con tly wkh the eontitntional and settled of to place true of the question before the country., If so, what a moci- iis are all our Cfj'nstilutions whkh present n- i ihe inhabitants from capriciously subvert- could admit a proposition no iucon wilh ihe letter and spirit of the Con ,iu0 stilatipn, and the known of its ing free institutions and establishing inali- iUuilrious founders, and so ihould. conclude intiuns of slavery t Sir, it is a a coiapiuts an J TM to be at then I that io INN, them on hot. grievous, uti that an Mr   

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