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Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 31, 1854, Oshkosh, Wisconsin OSHKOSH DAILY COURIER. MAY 31, The Nebraska bilL The Buffalo Commercial Jdrtrtiier, the leading whiij paper in Western New York, the liumo organ of Mr. FILI.MORK, and a sin- cere and the Nebraska administers the following well timed robuko to the agitators- who arc just now particularly busy in endeavoring to inflame, tbo public mind upon tliis Juliet. Tha ad- missions in. tho last paragraph, which wo hare arc coming from a journal always opposed to tho principles this measure, nnd which has from its position, and the known ability of the writers connected with ijf an influence as great, orgreatertlmialiT other whig pnpor out of tho cities of Now Ydrk'Or Boston. "It if ono of tbo misfortunes of tho tiflus that 60 many trf widely circulatec papers feel themselves compelled to indulge in a strain of high Historical declamation t the agony.'-Hto ordinary but expressive of vigorous and earnest, but calm discussion of impor- tant questions. The pttblic, gjat. in a great degree, rieccssarily looks newspapers for information on such subjects, and for tho moans of arming at just conclusions, hae a right to demand sober fad and ajgumunt, in- stead of fcowerer btilliant, or inroctive. however severe, Nebraska bwinw n CMC -is Of all 51011 In the Union, President Pierco and Cass and Sorthi-rn. responsible fifr it. lie jffiuciple of the bill was announced as long as 1848 br Gen Casa, in his. famous Nicholson letter. a Soutliem.-HMB made a morententin its behaif until ft had ftutaalfy taa bum-lit forward by those we bareiMmed. ajirl through- out its whole discussion, tfie Suutherq. peo- ple hare manifested, a singular Apathy and indifference respecting it Wo do not now remember a popular meeting, nor a petition frorii'iHtf South'in its :ftvor. Certainly this does not look Jile a widely organized, deep laid scheme on the part tlm South a-niinst the intercittuid popular sentimentof the North." It was invented and brought forward by Northern then, and was finally carried by won, as there is too much reason to believe, by tbo corrupt influences and appliances of a Nor- thern Executive. Yet.pi) hear ft said tlmt se of nsEn TDK WTTIIDBVWJT rkftui fclluw'nif named aru nithdrawn from sale, or entry, until further ex- cept for valid pro-vinptioii rlaims. JFetDjlf from the oflicul notice' putlUlied in tho Washington CloLe. In tbo district of lands subject to salo at .VorfA of the bate line, nnd etui of the fourth principal meridian. Townshijis 29, and 30, of range 12. Townships 5a, -7, 28, 2U, and 30, of ranges I14, and Towiiilups and 23, of range 1C. 17. Towrijhips Z4, 25, tC, 27, afld 23, ofranjre T. 23, 2ff, and 27, of range lo. Townships 21, 23, 24, 25, at, and 27, of Townships 21, 22, 25, 2C, and 27, range 20. Townships 20, 23, and 26, range 21. Townships 10, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. and ZS, ci -y Towuships 21, 22, 24, o range 23. 19, 20, 21, and 22, of range 24 Township] 19, "SO, and 21, of range 23. This list includes -certain townships, no heretofore offered for sale, bat which hav been .they are within the riser ration. Latest News, Trie-Lost trsit, long upon this luktvis fairly for. As ue stated a day or two tincc, _ 10 run iuto on Thursday last, 15 miles north of I't. Aui BanjuiM, on I.nkti Hiirun. Sim lillfd and sunk in about an hour and .1 half in 30 fatli- cms Inquirer about 15 milofiom tlrurv. .Shu wiis valued at The loss of the Detroit, which anning up to -rlievc the Pacific, to tint the latter llicntn LAW AT fifty fe- males turned out at Bar.ibixt one day las wfvt, f? dcstray uf .i.liijmii shop. They wetriufilcibitly f trorg minded nut strong Uiaecomplisl heir object, tho-owflner of tho establishment laving fortified it in such a manner us to de- fy their efforts. After considerable of a rpwr and much noiso niidk cutifunipu. llns She rend the Riot Act and'the crowd' dispersed. it" shall by surrounded and girt in as by a wall of 'f slavery shall bo abolished in the .District of Columbia, nnd wherever tho General Government has ju- "the Fugitive Slave law shall bo Very brave, lofty swell- ing. but how are jobs to .be accomplished- Certainly not until the .rm and not even then, fprllie'poiittcal.-eharac- ter of tho Seiiatomust bis radically-changed also, and that will requireV'undor 'the "most favorable circumstances, from sii to eight years. Swaggering talk, therefore, Eko that TTO quoted, is idle. It is worse, for if it have any effect at all, it can only inflame the popular mind wjthgut tending to anv cat result except i'vil. the'best of our abili- ty, opposed tha Nebraska m'easnrc, B8 long as opposition was of any avail but, now that it has passed, we do not feel disposed, nor called upon 'by any: sense of dutv, to enter South; or in violent declamatory agitation of tho sub- No possible practical good, that we can see, will come of so doing, while it would .tend to the injury of irnportant inter- ests. require Nebraska fa be ittiltd'ly rj-ree meX. irhose duef uealth consult in ttovt kiarlt, tlrong and many children, are Ihepeo' pie to tetUe new cotmlritt. They art the .rlatt, that. will Jill vp Kansat and frebratka. 'They will go Oiere by thovtandi, tchilr the. of, a Southern plantmtitn, encumbered by hit Me nbjrct. Jlaliiludinout pointing thitkeneartl from AVUerW States, are raMJy approaching completion, and toon trill be rfai- ly burdened by Ihetuatidf ofnardy emigruntt poor but and animated ty hope and courage." We would reprobate as earnestly as any one can the purpose that prompted the contrivers of this Nebraska scheme, nnd violation tjood, faith involved in its eomiHNnutionj.biit wo hope to so. sos- tained by fnct 'argument, and not by vio- lent inTpctire nnd declamation, that have no other effect, and, we fear, in some instances, GBIRAMI MAOAHXE KOR in the receipt of tho June nmnbor of this popular Magazine? the best b7 iu class published. Headley's Iffe of Washingfon is continued, accompanied with some capital illustrations. The budget of I'ictorial ComicaTitierf is excessively, rich, the-original part of it being devoted to tho especial glo- rification of Manager BAIISCM, and his Chrvs- tal Palace The the Woolly Equestrian Statue of tho lato Jlrs. JOTCK HETH, is alono worth tho of a nnmberl If fun is an object, you ennt spend two shillings to muro adrnntago than to buy a copy. For Bale at EASTMAN'S THE EXHIBITION of Trof. SANDS tonight at Mark's Kail, will bq worthy the attention of our citizens gen- erally, and particularly of those who in any'degree bitten with the Spirit Rapping mania. His exhibitions are well spoken of by tbo press, and wo do not doubt but that he will furnish an agreeable evening's enttr- euuld be put on as an ovt'iiiug bent this city and Chicago, will delay thoarrange- ment for a few dars. until anoWicr boat can bo Mil. fttnt. JLucm IjAK.NEDDitow.NED. from Oregon Territory statcthattIajurC.il. Lir- ned U. S. A. tho commander of tbe at ttailacnom, Tuget's Sound, tpgctlier wit eight men, wendrowned in tho Sound. Ma L-aiid ten soldiers wero in a fcmall boat r tuniiug from the scene of Indian di ncultioSfWhcQ the boat cajusiiocj in a stori and all were 'drowned except two. II. RUIGBAXTS The Albany Evunin Journal of Wednesday last says that- th Train, despatclied west over, ti Great' Depot Ni-.ii oftbe JIanimotli Ten Ki-nit, S9 aad 91 East Waif r street, L. luu.uou- iiixoii- Iii, tht fjtu KS lA'trl 11; luiw Nu..-.'. J. I ii.diFrrniiuiii; low .Nut. :i. 4. 4 t iVUa I'rtwiunj MX' vJ Uou Hot Air; Cui FM'.vrftuni; AUO IMI Slircl Ituu I ...r.Ti.i Fiaft; Am! i hrf- of Witt, 2me, Jail inrci n'arr, l-UL'.N. UKAIJISS 10 nun .LANiJNU ItONNKI.L, It -13 jnj U Kat Walrr ttrrtt, Central Hail cars. ttivtand EmignirK Detroit Tribune i 4 Sqnirt Ffif .Aurrtraot-HouBiL Square and KIM Ka.' and IW. Kill V. K. I Round and of ruftritiT ipnfttt tli-atr Trim- mmft, CntMT, Mreluniri Toolf. iiida full uxirtmeiit uf Stetf ffifmtr ftnm KufMf li and win at COCNTKT MERCHANTS rrplfflbh thrir omn w OHIO UTV TOOLS, I rfmflat >rtrHU of eittnent-ueb ca irirftc, an.l will be sold at Nrw Tork PlKtt, iirtrtin-- LntortMicm.' w. n. HYBoir, co7r T... -.-r KB now iu receipt of, their i art Jernt, rj ..tacluuc. iirsatnianuTarturrrsprxTS. UKEADFCI. Saturday oven- nig last Jlr 11. Bichards, a Student from. Janesville, fell from the top of tbunewUni- have to acknowledge tho versity Building; (the 5th s of your letter of 5th en-' ground! Ho 4-dreadfully tn 'hoeT rof tlic BYBuy HHEEP PELTS Po Uulchfrs, mil -HE "WHEsV-CASII no tjtiiaf motive than lo.gcnorato and per- petuate hate, and all other evil passlmn, to respectfully, oons Bwh Moshcr were promptly calletl. and did averythmg in their power to allemte his suffenngs. Altro' very low, hopes qumng when the even no. sections along the i manned about tho head feceand hanJ, n ,l toxand-Triscousmnrers, which aroreserred war taken up for dead' Snrwon? JWfc from sale, will agste be brought into Beach In aqgwei to your inquiry, I have to iii- form you that, in with the request of tho Executive of Wsconsin, theso lands will not be advertised and offered, at public sale, until the action of ConcroM can bo had "J1.? ?LU n9w in relation to granting tho right to select other lands to lieu of tho sections above referred to. Duo' notice will bo given to pre-cmptors to come forward and establish their claims previous to tho day on which the sale will commence. I am verr from following ,T. Tribuneis _. unes pe men of tho traitorous rantings that daily fill YourOb'tSarv't, JOHN' WILSOS, Com'r. A or A cow the property; of a Gerriian farmer in Germanto'wn, tho Teast, and whic aroeAoedbTthe small fry of tho west from the Free Democrat of .Milwaukee to The I Jeffersoman of Galena. should bet- ter that discord should reign in the National shouU Kim uutu a lew weeks ago, to a calf with two distinct and perfect heads, and with the hind lees and tail of 5 horse. It is now in this city, well stuffed, and in pflHivt wywj oeiy less nnworthv than I_____ the- Nebraska contrivers. of -----y that i .and wrong [th. Nebraska billl! and_a short shrill for siich! Gad. will .ji- "'o" wl PEOPLES BOOKSTORE. 'Mil- r work.of all kind, VV BEAD.
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