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23 Apr 1858

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - April 23, 1858, Biddeford, MaineA a a a \ Ilion amp journal. Friday morning. Al Lul 23, 1858. a Torii in Tou. Of la the House of representatives by the cast ins vote of the speaker the Liou a standing a Yea 108, nay 108 agreed on wednesday the 14 inat., to the proposition of the Senate for a committee of conference on the know motion a a made by or. English anti Lecompton Diu octet but considered shaky. The prop timely of the motion for a Conler Emre pm did cured somewhat before it a Ai made but it a dually enter lamed alter a motion to insist on adherence had been lost the a a taker Over ulling the question made by or. Washburn of our mate that the motion was not in order until the Lious a had reconsidered. Its action of adherence. The Jeaker ajqio.nt-1 Edaa Fer sea Megara. English ser end and Howard and the Cou Ereea on the part of the Senate being Megara. Tureen. Hunter and Seward taken together provided or. Eng Liah stick to the ground he Baa hitherto oct copied the committee would be tied. There have been several meeting of the committee i but up to the present time of uniting no Deflit the result has been reached. At the meeting on monday or. Oreen submitted several modifications of the Senate Bill which waa not acceptable to the a Louie committee. Or. English has subsequently brought Forward a Bill the provision of which to far As be can judge from the Brief account of them in the telegraphic dispatches provide Lor a submission of the Lecompton Constitution to a vote of the of Kansas and if the Constitution is rejected then Kansas is to remain in a Tern tonal condition for Tome time longer. Such a Bill though it May be satisfactory to shaky demo Crata and afford men who wish to Retreat ground for so doing unless there is something More in it than we now know will not receive the support of the republicans. We will not however on the of any positive information of the character of the Bill speculate on it. We have not been from the beginning Over confident that All the Douglass democrats would stand tire and while we Hope that our auspicious mar a Rove groundless we tear that enough dough head a May be found among them to secure the part age of some Dodge which if not a objection j Able As in Compton will be unjust to the people of Kansas and to the country. The latest news about the doings of committee it con trained in the following dispatch copied from the Tribune Washington correspondence. New Yux april 21. When or. English s Bill was offered to the conference committee they accepted it without hesitation and when or. Howard a in it sealed to English to allow him join Ert a Short amendment providing Lor the submission of the Leavenworth Constitution at the same time he declined. Or. English then proposed to re Mitt immediately but or. Reward asked for an adjournment till to Row in order to Haw time Tor consultation but the majority consented to Only two hours delay and the matter waa accordingly Post tamed till two o clock. At the appointed hour Mears. Howard and Meward attended but no other me juber of the committee was Prev ent and alter waiting some Lii Liethey retired. It la rumoured that in the meantime Aeve fal Southern no tuber of the Hgt it use including Quitman Miles etc., had signified their dissent from the arrangement and that Lonter Anil Elk to i i a i the same thing. Hence the non Utu Ndu note of the majority of the committee at two o clock. Latest. The correspondence of the n. Y. To Ibue published on wednesday under Date of april 20�?after stating the character of English s Bill and that it caused a general feeling of indignation among the anti la com ton men and that it would he opt oed by Douglas and Crittenden in the Senate say Bottom apr Eara to have fall j in out of or. English s contrivance just As the Hoo a were going on. When he Otfried Hia Bill at the conference this morning it waa eagerly accepted by me a is. A Iron Hunter and Stephens. Gov. A Seward and or. Howard asked Lime to consider and to have the decision and report1 postponed till to Morrow morning. Or. Green would not Cousett. He would Only Grant my of hours and named 2 of clock tin Alt noon a the hour for reassembling the committee and for reporting the English Bill i to the House and Senate lie very earnestly requested Megara. Seward and Howard to be punctual a he wished to have the Quea iou acted upon at once. At two o clock when messes. Seward and Howard went to the committee room nobody waa there. They waited nearly an hour. To one came. Or. Seward went in search of or. Green and found him very much cast Down. He inquired what waa the matter Green intimated that the Aci Ewa were Loose and everything in disorder. A portion of the party was kicking in the traces. A do you mean to report to Day ? inquired Seward. A no said Green a not to Day a a win the committee meet to night a no not a to Morrow morning a no. A when then a can t Tell a said Green moodily. A i will let you know when we Are ready to meet it see is that when or. English s a Reposi 1 Tion waa made know to the democratic members a most unexpected opposition arose toil among some of the southerners who regard it Asa dishonourable trick. Or. A Tiuan declared that it waa a mean contrivance with which he would have nothing Todo. Or. Owen Jones and two or three other anti be con Toti democrats whose co operation had been relied on also scouted at it. Messes. Slep Heus and English alarmed at this unexpected opt it position did not dare to report the project to the House. To Morrow or at most in a Lew Days party Drill Aud the Tascu Ali u of the in titled states Treasury May succeed in rallying the distracted democracy in Congress to toe the Mark on the English proposition. Hut there is but one sentiment among the Ault Lecompton democracy y about English Hanse it and that a a lining of Strong for our who thus deserts i political incurs and Aba Dotis his Privi Cipich. Yet met the Man who via not on a Calm review of history of Partie made to him forced to admit its incorrectness. Replying to this ale statement of the Dover Gavotte the editor of the Independent Democrat him self always a Democrat until the democratic party Burle a Ned the principle of democracy by its persistent up Porol the Extension of slavery says most truthfully Maine men honestly Alieve a the demo erratic Patty to he the identical self same party which elected Thom Jefferson pre i dentin 1801. No greater error could he enter 77 on wednesday of last week we were in a dred. On entering the court House we observed that 8. Allene a. Of Kittery was making an Appeal to the jury in behalf of the Cole roys who were on trial for an attempt to murder. Or. A. Was remarking upon the pernicious influences under which the Boya had been brought up their father having been a drunkard for Yeai to besotted As to be be tial and to lost to the common parental feelings a to be willing to be a voluntary witness against his own offspring and the the question whether a new state added j swered that they were Twenty one year to the american confederation Ahall be a tree on the tame Day in March last. Old or slave slate is the same As to a a whether it shall present the cheery aspect of Busy factories railroads marts of Trade Well tilled acres covered everywhere with the school House and Church or Fields of dread Monotony tilled by hordes of driven and manacled aleve and showing at every Angle the signs of premature decay dilapidated and forsaken like. Shall our vast Western territories be doomed to slavery s curse or be filled with All the elements of is entail it Row it Erity and Liberty to elevate and bleat Talir future inhabitants ? Omli Iii la a san kit it or Oil Quot i w wuss a i # trained. The present democratic party has no Mother equally with the father a victim of identity either in name or principle with tin party of which Jeffer on was the that party was the party. Jeffer son net or called himself a Democrat and never called i party the democratic party lie did always Call himself a Republican and always styled Hia party the Republican party. A the democratic party i a pail almost a modern in Ita name As in its principles. In Stead of its history being a the country a his Tori a and instead of its having Quot been in Power forty one of the fifty seven year since the Days of Jefferson a it did not come into exist tace ant it after Jurf freon a death. This statement we know will strike Many intern Crance. The two boy. The oldest we should not think waa More than Twenty one years of Aga were in the prisoners a Box their countenances indicative of that character which immoral training always give and seemingly indifferent to their Fate. Or. A. Said that the act for which they were on trial was committed if they were really guilty of which there was some doubt under the influence of liquor and although a did not pretend to dispute their general bad character yet he hoped the jury would take All the Cir Ith Surprise. It in nevertheless True. The cum stances together in making up their ver party which Jefferson founded and which Tri i Dic the jury brought in a verdict of guilty hich so far As we could observe was received w Ith indifference and subsequently were sen umphred in his election to the presidency in re elected or. Jefferson and afterwards Electr eel James Madison James Monroe and John Junry Adam. Subsequently the Patty w As divided Between or. Adam and Gen. Jackson both of whom were nominated and run a a Republican Quot candidate. And it was not until alter general Jackson s election in 1828, that the a democratic party a As a National part had an existence in Thia coun re. Thea democratic party Quot whoa history according cases of crime tried at this court rum had to the palette a is the country history Quot in to Day therefore in than thirty year old tented to several years to hard labor in the state prison. We were told that the person who waa found guilty in setting Are to the buildings in Shapleigh was when the act waa committed under the influence of rum Aud indeed with a single exception in All the or about the same age a a the whig party which originated at very nearly the same time. The Only history of which the democratic party have reason to be proud is that which derives it Lustre from the name and of a the of Andrew Jackson who gave it the Prestito of i honesty courage and patriotism. With his retirement from the presidency commenced the downward career of a democracy a which has been going More and More downward Ever since. Actuated by no principles or by very bad principles its history from that time Down has been Little eur than an alternation of blunders and crimes. Its aim if aim it had a been to tear Down and obliterate All the old Freedom landmarks Ere it try by the fathers of the Constitution Ami of the Republican party and to set up in their Stead slavery absolute ism and violence. The Republican party a founded by Jef Ferson and illustrated by Madison and Monroe was the Foo of every form of tyranny. It was the advocate of the to Lotical Equality of All men under Law and of the Tinalu liable Righta of All men to life Ltd Luty and the Pursuit of happiness. It had Faith ill the a Copie Aud was pc Anu of the encroachments of government. It to it believed in tree , free speech free thought a free press and a tree country. It hated slavery and sought to Check prohibit and overthrow it. While a a National party it could not reach it in the states it hesitated not to regard it As u great evil which it was the Fiir to duty a the gent ral government to exclude Triever from the territories. Such was the Republican party under it founders. Such were its principles mid it general policy during the first Twenty years of i a i Wistem c. It first deviation w us the adj a Tiou of the Compromise a measure n get More disastrous to the country than to the Republican party which May Date the commencement of it dissolution from the a Lav that Cora pro me Taco gluing the tight of slavery in the territories became a Law. That act worried through an unwilling Congre by the threats and bullying of the slave Power broke the Back of the Republican party is later and Tuoro atrocious acts have since broken the Hacks of the whig and democratic parties. From that hour it commenced to saas�4 n Lew Lautt it to Ltd a til Tell in till Wing and democratic party grew up on its grave. We do not propose to write their history now. Neither of them Learned Wisdom from the past. Neither of them shunned the Rock upon which their predecessor Hail split. They both became the bound vassals of slavery. They both a set need to it ruling the country and planting its learn us feet on the territories of the Union. And both Are gone or a re go ing last to that political grave which know no resurrection. In the mean time the principles of Republican Liec Dom and hatred of tyranny have moved the hearts of the people to cell the Battle Roll anew of All the old Republican party. That party animated by the sane old spirit of hatred to oppress Ion and Devotion to Liberty which stirred the heart of the father is now buckling on Ita Warinor re Olvid to re torn the government to the Early policy of Ita founders and to Realise the Triumph of Thane principles which constituted the soul and spirit of the old party of Jefferson. More or let a to do with them. We had the curiosity to make enquiries Relativo to the increase of crime in our county and Learned that it was nearly four fold greater in 1857, than it was in 1851 and 1855. The jail in the county has been overflowing with criminals and a vast proportion of this increase is directly traceable to the pernicious influences which the almost unrestrained Sale of intoxicating liquors have had Over the Community. The expense which the tax payers Are subjected to growing out of this increase of Chitue a very Large sufficient a by to to cause alarm and Call for some Strin gent Means of Relief. Any person who w ill take the trouble to make the enquiry i 1 Fin 1that seven eighths of All the expense paid bythe Public for the detection and condemnation of criminal originates in Tho intoxicating cup. We merely Nitako mention of those things now that Tho tax payers in our county i every one of whom is called on to pay his pro-1 portion of this unnecessary expense should Ponder Over the matter ask themselves if a i state of thing which not Only preys in their houses but spreads far and wide Tho most demoralising influences ought to there Ean be no question that the traffic in intoxicating liquors is at the Bottom of nine tenths of All the evils that affect and Scourge he Kinnity. Shall it be continued longer a this is the question the people of Mastic Are to decide on the seventh of june a . Beecher at the old theatre. At a prayer meeting held recently in blur ton a old theatre new York Henry Ward Beecher Cam Forward and among other Good things gave utterance to the following Good thing i do not think there is an intelligent Man in this congregation that is not abundantly qualified to Day before the aun goes Down to become a True Christian in the spiritual and experimental sense of the term and i do not aay that every Man who Haa been brought up under religious instruction should come in Here with this impression a now i suppose i must be three or four Davs serious and then i suppose there in about a a week s time in which i shall he very anxious then i Ahall go through hell Gate and come nut into a Safe Anchorage having a Christian Hope Quot a i aay it a a shame that any Man should Lay out such a course As that for a work that ought to be done in a moment in the twinkling of an Eye. More than that there a an impression that unto a there has been Tome kind of an official touch a Man s conversion is scarcely Complete that unless some appointed class Leader some eminent minister unless they have talked with him explained it to him upheld him in Thia hour encouraged Hia Hope and brought him Clear out he Doea not feel As though a was born whatever May be the Hope he enjoy there a Atill the it Prev Aion that the work of Grace requires the interposition of some official instruction. What 1 wish to say it this we wish to get rid of this impression and try to leave the impression upon your mind upon the mind of every youth of every old Man that the work of salvation is a matter Between Hia own heart and the lord Jesus Christ that there a a Between them a sympathy so there is no need of any interference. You May become a Christian now and go Home to your household and be enabled to ask n Blessing at your table to Day you May stretch Forth your hands to the amazement of your Wile and children and like a Christian Man ask a Blessing of your dinner though it be the first time in your life you May go Home to night and begin family prayer where the sound of your voice in prayer was never heard. I am going to urge you to this course and to take it at oct. But what does being a Christian mean a docs it Goar Anlee a Man that to shall never Ain again or Desiro to tin ? not at All. It is not a guarantee of in other words. Well is it to lie a Christian ? i Don t know any Way to define it better than by that Luw of love in which Christ declares a thou tilt Sci Iii Ralic in Urov history it it gut. The Dover Gazette quite recently mail the following statement a the i sat history of the democratic party is the country s history. It has been in Power forty Oua of the fifty even years since the Days of ast Larson and every great political measure that Haa contributed to Advance and elevate the country a. We brought Forward sustained and carried through a the democratic party. Thia statement than which nothing is More common or More false is frequently to w met with in democratic papers and among men who Are ignorant of the Ulory of this county or who wilfully misstate it not unite Quentlyn passes As current com. We have Hoard Meu claiming to a intelligent and Poe Tad up in political affairs Mako it but Wau avs Ort Limi slaves. The slaves of the Southern oligarchy Are not Only the coloured men Aud women who toil on their plantations. Thousands of them Are found in All the free states wherever the influence of government patronage extend. The number is happily rapidly diminishing but so Long As there Are Post office and custom houses to be tilled by a administration controlled by the slaveholder the race will not become extinct. They submit without murmuring to All the indignities put upon them by their Southern masters and submissively perform All the degrading offices required of them by those to whose favor they Are indebted Lor present or to whom they look for future Reward. Many of these abject beings have heretofore held seats in the state and National legislative bodies where their services Hare been of vital importance to their masters but a fearful mortality in the past few years has so thinned their ranks that they Are now unequal to the services at their bands. Resides this class of Northern slaves there is another lower in the scale of humanity and of which the class we have adverted to arc the Drivers and overseers. Thia i the class to which senator Wade of Ohio alluded in Hia speech in the Senate March 13, which he adverted to tha remark of senator Hammond of South Carolina in Tal Tiou to Northern slaves. Said he a Allut Tho senator spoke about a degraded a in the great commercial Citie. 1 Havo to confess there is some truth in that. To have a degraded class in the Citie. They a re the of co tiring generally of Tho old world men who come Here reduced to in Gary by their ignorance reduced to Beggary by their vice ignorant vicious dangerous. I do not deny it. They Art incident to All Large cities but the senator should not com Plain of them. They Are the chief Corner Stone of your political strength in the North. me the vicious Ward of any City that does not uphold your system of slavery vote for Ita candidate support Ita the Vaures and labor for its men. No air you should not complain of this vicious population. In truth and in fact they Are about the Only stay and support you have there now and you ought not to Traduce them. From their very natures they attach themselves to you and i do not think by any treatment you will he Able to drive them off. They Are naturally with you they were Alavo a in their own countries they do not know anything else than to be the unders trappers of somebody and when they Bear that Here Are Alava hold Houck report going the round of the papers Liat Greely of the Tribune has been recently converted a incorrect. Or. Etc Ely he been for Many years n j believer in the religion of Christ a doer of its work publicly and privately und we be Lieve a communicant in the Church. We wish j the world was full of such practical a Well As theoretical christians As or. Freely. Not Man in this country bus paid a higher tribute to Terible than be and no Man obeys More literally the command of our Saviour. Weie All men like him conversions would almost be needless. Another part was that several of them according to Tho a Alende of the jailor have been boarded at the expense of the county for a time patted. The clerk of a he Courta tha county attorney and the cashier of the Alfred Bank the latter gentleman being the standing candidate for Purser for the people of York seemed to be so a onners for the managing foreigner before referred to and it not themselves subject to tha spiritual influences so apparent on the occasion and which to pervaded the atmosphere of the court room appeared to he fully satisfied that Auch spiritualism when manufactured into american Citi Tena would Aid tha cause of Sham democracy. It a to be hoped that tha fund of the county having Hoen already somewhat diminished by paying the Board Bills of some of these manufacture i Isena at the county institution at Alfred will not a further diminished by the expense of their naturalization. It is bad enough to pay the Board of foreign rowdies but it would be Atill worse to pay tha expenses of making american Titi tens of such foreigner As have become Pesta in their own country and Are thrown upon the people of Thia country not Only to be supported but to become the aids gamblers and Hore Jockie in their Endeavor to Bear Rule Over us. Alfred april 20, 1858. Reminisce Knob or Cal. new York correspondent of the Boston journal in writing of col. Benton relate tha following incident illustrative of Hia devoted affection for Hia family a for a Long time before her death mrs. Benton had been an invalid. By the softening of her brain her mind was greatly in feel. Rut from the Timo of her sickness to the hour of her death her husband tended her with All the care of a Mother towards an Only child. She sat by his Side Whilo he wrote and at times the old smile would come Back to her pallid Cheek. Never did or. Benton appear greater than on the Day his House was consumed. He saw unmoved the work of a years destroyed. But when he knew that with his property and Hia valuable papers other things had vanished More valuable than Gold the fountains of feelings were broken up and bitter tear flowed. Some of his friends anxious to know How Tho conflagration had affected his property made some inquiries about the pecuniary damage to had suffered. He said Little of Hia loss of goods but with deep feeling alluded to those treasures which could never be recalled or replaced lie opened the secret Chambers of Hia heart. He spoke of his wife in heaven of their Mutual struggles in Early Dara in the West. How Sho had sickened and auf Fried and How dear Alie had been to him in All her feeble eat How she died and left him alone and More alone that a halt love the l re thy Iod with All thy heart j Quot he had so Long needed Hia constant personal and mind and soul and strength and thy attentions How. In the chamber occupied by As thyself a and the Man who can him and now consumed be had Bung All the come into this Large state of True love love Little of other and Happy Day upward and love collateral love to god and a he tokens of her life and love How All love to Man i understand that he has become a i a had been and he Ali out see a Christian. Now is that a voluntary state them no Mote. Hts could replace his House can any Man love who wishes to Lovo ? Cun a he could re produce Hia words bul the any Man become a Christian simply by wish precious relic of his dead companion were ing to become a Christian ? caul stand on gone forever. No labor no insurance items. I . Rosa eoe finest to lend the Van in the Boot and shoe Trade in Owr Efty. If Yow Aro Domow or cite Council. Thomas k. Lana. And want e Hoot Whall a it one and Elina War elected on monday comfortable a Heap and elegant. Roan is tha Man evening. Agent of school District no. 4, in i to Tooh to for just each an article a Yee want place of we. P Heines and the Tana Quimby he can give Yon a perfect flt and n perfect a who declined accepting the office. Jotham i tide at a Low n figure As nay dealer in the Benson was ate elected superintendent of �<7 if a lady wants an elegant Gaiter to match the Roost Superb dress Ross Ean a apply tha desired article. If children a Hoea Are wanted Rost has them of All Tinea and in Alitine. Indeed Rosa Haa a Well assorted establishment and As he Sella for Mode Rala profits Hia b the one which a and which deserves to be Patron card by a discerning Public. B trials Recai eing 11 of the 20 Votee the order relative to the construction of e Reservoir ill the Vicinity of the free ill Baptist Church passed the common Council. Petition of Samuel Smith it Alt to prohibit the Sale of Green and fresh lob Atera in tha Streeta and petition of s. M. Blake and Othera for the laying out of a new Street to connect with Foa Street were referred to appropriate committee. The l a Ilc had Road Hill Haa bean pot it on in tha United slates Senate to the december a a Ion by a vote of 25 in favor of postponing to 23 Agali Iati absent 13. Or col. William Schouler formerly of the a Boston Atlas a but now of Columbus Ohio has been appointed adjutant general of tha state. The colonel it one of nature s noblemen 1 Sale or sex Pix Xci a Homes. Tha horses which Ware presented by the merchant of Boston to Genera Pierce previous to Hia inauguration a president of the United states Ware sold of auction in naw York on Friday. Oftay brought f448 tha merchant paid 91500 for them. The manufacturing writer in tha Providence journal cloaks along and very Able article on Cotton end Woolen manufacturing interest in new England a follows a with the Energy end persevering characteristic of the new England population there a reason to anticipate a prolonged period of Prosperity in the Cotton end Woolen manufacture which will More than compensate for the losses of the a mat year end give a fresh impulse to the Prosperity of new England. Arron ice . Frederick w. Gup the ladies mount Varnon association a now till and o Resta r. Top eff of Cornish How a fixed fact. Ard Culta of Kittery Henry m. Bacon and Simon g. A Bulbrook of Biddeford were admitted a attorn Iee to practice in the several court Ltd tha state by the supreme court Tilting at Alfred last week. 17 four Hundred government wagons were recently bunted in the Hope of the manufacturer at 8t. Loui. Lea $25,000. 17 it a announced in tha Richmond enquirer that the Transfer of mount Vernon to Rauhau Kalb the head of a a interview bet Weed celebrated women an Exchange elaborates upon a visit which Lola Montes paid to mrs. Cunningham. Cit Kansas River has proved to be navigable the Minnie Belle with a draft of alight inches when empty end fourteen inches when loaded arrived at Lawrence last wednesday evening having made the distance Between Missouri and that town in four Days and a half. The Steps of the City Hall merely by wishing to stand their ? yes in one sense i Tan do it hut not in one step. 1 must take those intermediate Steps Width stand connected with the accomplishments it of volition in the but 1 say without any hesitation that if any Man i to fag moved a to Piave a desire he can love god and come into that Watato in which he love Fediow Man. Tear could bring one of them l or the Union and la to in journal. Alton Illinois apr. 10, 58. Or. Klitou a having once been a Reader of your valuable paper in the old a a i Inot rce state a i thought a few lines in regard to any one Western politics might not prove in accept i nun the morning 4ur. Fri loin or slav try ? who could hesitate Between lived no and Sla Civ it the question he asked in respect to any new state or territory ? it the inhabit it nuts Are to he considered it the soil and productions or the institutions which Are to he built up who could for a moment a i tute to Ireler Freedom to slavery ? that Freedom plants the be to institutions literary charitable or social witness any of our free states a and that slavery impoverishes a Laud wine a a no one of the slave the South have the better of the North in the number of its acres in lentil it Aud in most natural advantages. But How stands the account after a Lair trial of a Century t slavery has produced its results and Freedom hat brought Forth its fruits and proudly ask which deserves the Palm a careful writer states that a on the authority of South re a is Drino Stiable beyond the possibility of refutation that the in Rin sit value of All the property in the tree states is More than three times greater than the intrinsic value of All the property of the slave Aud he gives from or. Devow s 7th census the entire wealth of the Slive states including slaves a 92,93<>,0 0,737, and subtracts a value of slaves 000, leaving As the True wealth of the South $1,336,090,737, and the True wealth of the free states 91. 102,17- ,1<>8, giving balance in Lavor of the North $2.766,081,371 a that is the free state am Worth to it Dav really two thousand seven Hundred and Aix a Aix millions eighty one thousand Tynce Hundred and seventy one do Mats More than the slave states. No Small turn Twenty Surgen Hundred and sixty six millions of dollars the North has gained Over the South in the years previous to 1850 and still the free states Are in a High state of Prosperity and the slave states doomed to tall Mote and More in arrear continually. Judging of the future then by the past do the it eople of Thia country choose that the very Large and Fertile territory of Kauaka shall come into tha Union a Noble free state or tra Meled with the incubus of slavery clutching at Ita vitals slave labors a a blight on the soil As Well As a Damper to free institution and True Yankee Thrift. In 1854, says 11. R. Helper there were assessed for taxation in South Carolina 17,289,359 acres of Laud valued at $1,32 per acre $22,836,-374�?and in same year in new Jersey 5,321,-800 acts valued at $28,76 per acre $153,-161,619 some difference Between Twenty a ight Domara and seventy Aix per cent per acte Tor land in a second rate free state and one Dollar and thirty two rents per acre for the value of land in what is termed the Model state of sunny South Carolina As Shak a Peare would a a look on this picture and then on a the impending crisis of the South via the title of a recent volume gotten up with much and careful Reading. This Hook say quoting from the Richmond enquirer of 1852, a we have cause to Feal deeply Lor our situation l Philadelphia herself contains imputation for greater than the whole free a Mph Latsiou of Eastern Virginia. The Little state of Massachusetts has an agg Gate exceeding that of a Irginia by More than $126,000,000.�?� it Saya also directly the value of All the Popet to real and personal including a Laver in the seven slave states Virginia North Carolina Tennessee Missouri at Ausa Florida and Texas a Leas than the real and personal property in the single state of new York. Such a the amazing contrast Between Freedom and slavery even in a pecuniary Point of in View of such facts As Are Here presented it a a momentous Ini teat under what Constitution Kansas Ahall be admitted tolerating or that can do that to Day Kay begun to Day to a the readers of your paper. Then Why do you Call him a Christian and Quot 0,t nobly. Every contest not u religious ii Iau for lids very reason a that a been waged since tie Lecompton out religion in the offspring of conscience and Awe rage wag a ought to by perpetrated a vault to he a Christian require the worship thro Vej j Vic Fla ubi ican it it love. A Man May worship through Awe or i a a sense of duty and 1 to link there the Metropolis of the Lar eat arc hundreds of men in the churches now the chief City of a Alan holding state gave w to ate Only religious then and not christians. �30o majority for free labor last monday. 1 hey love by conscience Thev love by a Bond bound by a Rie by tear. life is literal j a a a <7 of the m , by one of serve they Are fatally servants of 0l,e of "1c a Ron la a Lda of the Sham Damoc god not in the cause in which the words Are racy has Ken redeemed by Tho astonishing largely us in the scriptures meaning tits majority of 3900. Ply disc Mph a of Christ but they Are most lit-1. A. .,._ really go hired men or worse god s i the capital of Border Ruffian Bondmen. So that 1 have been accustom 1 Maouri has Given her allegiance to Black to say to my people when persons United to republicanism. My Church from other churches that the first j Chicago the Home of Douglas repudiates work i had to do was to turn them out of re Ligion into christianity to make those who la tar or Annj la b7 1200 majority were Belore Only religious men now truly i these arc Good signs and next fall when Christ s men. Men must learn no longer to a great Battle will be fought in this state fear god no longer to tremble a Belore the beae propitious signs will be realized. Tyrannical matter of a despotic government n a in l. But come unto slim thro Schrut who dou8,m jul,y0 to stay at draws hit affections up toward him and say Ltd me it and in private repent the evil he has a lord i love thee i Trust thee and i will done and there perhaps after six year pro e7p. T. Barn in a in Luck ones Mora Lia a again at the head of tha naw York museum which has been languishing for want of his paternal care Ard with the assist Anco of $27,000 lately received on insurance a preparing to rebuild Iran Iatan on a magnificent scale. Complete returns of the Lata town elections in this state give tha following total Republican towns 313 democratic 181 Union or doubtful 4. Tha Detroit free Piess admits a Republican Triumph and charges it to Lecompton. Last year it was claimed that a majority of the towns went democratic. 17 we insert the following advertisement from a recent number of the n. Y. Tri Bune Gratia. Confiding Young gentlemen of a sincere intention done to Rush All at once after the accomplished prep seating and re it fined min a Blacks one at a time if you please accomplished and Young Loidy of refinement and of a nature desire to form a matrimonial acquaintance. Tho reason for taking this step will be explained in a correspondence and it is hot de none will reply to this unless through sincere intentions. Address Misa Susan j. Black blood s dispatch Philadelphia Penn. Ruie in Hamlin we regret to learn that the steam saw Mill of messes. A toss is Morrill in tha town of Hamlin Kansas w a burned on the night of the 2nd.�? Tho till waa just equipped for working Aud the loss of it is a serious one for the settlers there who were de ending upon its operations for their lumber. Loss about $2000. There was no insurance. Or. Roas went from this Cir and or. Morrill from Westbrook. Or. K. Is now in this City and informs us that they intend to rebuild a soon As i Ort Aud adv. A in triumphs in Villa and Kansas City mo., Hava followed tha Laad of he i Oiivia Aud Jefferson City in a acting fro wat mayors. Or. Payne a Douglas Democrat and an outspoken emancipation St a the mayor elect of Kansas City and or Mcdear Raon a Benton Democrat and a Fra state mania the mayor elect of Coonville. 17 Congress Hava voted to adjourn on the seventh Day of june. Serve thee because i love Lor Ali Union and in inn journal. My. Cowan a a curious scene occurred at the court House near tha close of the court yesterday which would have excited some merriment had it not brought to mind the admonition of the father of i country when he was about seeking retirement from his labors in the War of the revolution the formation of the Constitution and the administration of Tho government in Ita first stages. You doubtless recollect the expression of Washington in his Farewell address a Jinero to refers to the dangers that await i and enumerates among the causes Likely to subvert the government the influx of foreigners bringing with them principles Adverse to our government and fatal to our free institution. The scene referred to had a tendency to bring to View All these reflection. Now for Tho scene Between Twenty or thirty foreigners were brought into court and took the oath of allegiance or in other words were created Bation he can be taken into the party of Freedom. A be assured that in 1860, the West will do her part Tow Arda electing a president with i Back Bone. The Republican Are elate with the Glori Ous Victory recently achieved in the House of representative. All Honor to the Noble men who notwithstanding the threats and promises of the administration have been True to the people. Illinois May Well be proud of her delegation. And a it not a reason for congratulation n that Maino Haa an unbroken front that she a not disgraced by one traitor a a aha waa the last Congress ? but i May weary your patience. Yours a w. T. 17 Itemus article is received. A do not communications even though they May originate in Good intentions and Are not very objection Able. There Are other and exceedingly bad spirits besides those voters to to used at the coining election and the or. Sherman pro Fra to evoke. Spir i understand that about fifty voters Hare been of this More common sort needs manufactured during the court under the special attention just now. The kind Remus guide and direction of a foreigner who was denounces if of the Humbug order As it a referred to recently in the Maine Democrat quite possible it May be will disappear before and who i understand has not been in the the Light of truth. If people Deaire the plea co entry Long enough to claim the privilege sure of being Humbug sed let them attend that he a forcing upon others. 1 the lectures of the a travelling spiritualists. 1 am not i posed to make merry with the they Are generally ignorant persons too la scene but when the highest tribunal in our Gay to labor who adopt Thia method to get a land publish to the world an opinion that Skinny living out of the credulity of the pub those Halivee of our country who happen to let lie. Have african blood belong to c race that have do tool or in other word pretend that 17 w a. E. Bowker of Louie a Kanaka at 17 Rev. We. P. Merrill pastor of Caaco Street Church Portland formerly of this City administered the rite of baptism to 44 persons on the shores of Back Cove Portland on sunday last. A Large number of Persona were present to witness Tho interesting Cere Mouy. 17 the Kennebec journal Saya that the discussion durings he past Winter in reference to Tho unsettled lands in Maine and the the methods by which their settlement Ahall be secured has awakened a very general interest throughout the state particularly the sons of toil whoa usual Supply of productive labor Haa been diminished. Many such Havo turned their attention to the advantages held out to them for settling upon the unoccupied lands in tha Interior. This is a Good movement and cannot fail in the end to cause these men to secure for themselves Good houses in a few years where they May Enjo True Independence and a comfortable support. 17 or. Woodworth member of tha Lea Yeaworth constitutional convention arrived in Washington on saturday with a copy of tha new Constitution which a delivered to or. Parrott. Or. W. Says the organisation of the free state men is so Complete that the exact number of voters in the territory and the political Aen Imanta of each Ara ascertained and tha pro slavery number Only two thousand. Rook notices. Lira is the title of a Book collected from the sermons of Henry Ward Beecher by notes taken at tha time by a Young lady of his congregation. This la not the Book to be Yal lopped through end then lain aside but an every Day companion a Book to be thought Over and studied. The gems Are so Many test it is nearly impossible to select any particular ones for quotation but tha whole Book is worthy of tha Arost attentive perusal. For Sala at Boyden s. We have also received a tub child s Mao Azine Quot edited by Mary Bartol published in Portland. It is just the Kook for the children containing simple but instructive stories and a a safa and pleasant Friend for their Leisure hours. The May number of Peterson is out fresh and Beautiful a the month it Herald. Engravings patterns stories and All Are exceedingly Good and fully up to the usual Mark which a we have said before is exes Lent. Goney a Book for May has arrived with a Host of thing interesting and Beautiful. Its fashions Are what the ladies would Call Superb and everything else to correspond. We Hare re Ranj am Nib s Fomb mama Eini for May and perused it with our usual interest and entertainment. Tie is one of our favourites a my we ran never aay anything but a a Good of its Content. The present number a no exception to the general Rule. Con leading with ire leu you tied them prohibiting slavery Watabu Whitig or forbidding with the Lormer a Uta j a Booty of All Ita Ata. They have no Righta that a w Hite Man i bound oni l my resident of this City was a Mem to respect Aud the advocates of that Tribune i convention which recently assent Al Aro found Busy in a project to Placa the hied at Leavenworth Kan Van and formed government in tha hands of a a similar to Constitution for that territory. The y. Those who were paraded in court yesterday Tribune publishes the Constitution a adopt Tobo created Citi Aua one could not help a at length with the signatures of the Mem thinking that the danger to the Union did Llu via that of or. Bowkers a. Not lie in Tho direction of the Alatary ques the letter published in our paper of the 0th Tion but waa rather to be looked for in the �nt., dated at Leavenworth waa from he pen. Introduction of foreign principles into the and or. Bowker Haa kept us pretty Well posted ministration of Publio affairs through these up in Kansas affairs and for Hia Kin Noaa in manufactured foreign voter. Respect he will please accept our thanks. Among the a it peculiarities of the scene As we Are glad to note the Confidence reposed Monte portion of the applicants for Naturalize in him by Hia constituent in Kansas. So Tion appeared too Young to be considered of Long a men like him Are selected for Public a awful age and the question a put to them trusts in Kansas Tho Causa of Freedom cannot to Oattla that or five of them an a suffer. Bout lotto Riff. The bogus lottery concerns ostensibly located in new York but really established at Norwich ct., were last week broken up by the arrest of the parties engaged in them through the Agency of police officer Birney of new York who undertook to ferret them out. The swindling concerns were conducted under the assumed names of Charlee w. Morton k co., e. Cooper k co., and j. U. Hall amp co., each having offices in Wall Street. New York and each issuing a Flash newspaper which waa sent All Over the country together with lying circulars for the purpose of entrapping the unwary into sending Money for tickets for prizes which Are never drawn. The names of the to step a issued by Tea concerns were a the Llen Factor a a the Golden Era a and a american monthly l Here papers were a rated and issued in Norwich ct., and All letters addressed to the prop Retora in new York War re mailed for Norwich whar the real Headquarters were situated. About three Hundred letter were received daily. Or. Birney with the help of the authorities on Friday succeeded in arresting fourteen of the persons engaged in the nefarious business three in new London and the others in Norwich. A their names Are a follows t we. B. L Pettit and Jonathan w. Hooker of the Hall it co. Concern. L. B. Richardson k. Richardson and Georg 8. Wright of Morton k co. Georg a. Pratt George a. Pratt jr., and Samuel ii. Freeman of Cooper k co. D. E. Sykes Hiram Ulasen James f. Forsyth l. Forsyth j. N. Perry and John Tangley Printer and publishers. These parties had to printing offices devoted to the work of printing Aud issuing their paper and air Cutis and a Large number of schemes tickets lie., together with $800 in Money were found and seized. One of the persons arrested. K Sykes a said to be editor of the Norwich courier. On of the Pii Sonera acknowledges that of of the companies had done a business of upwards of half a million of Dollar. Their receipt have sometimes been a High a $1000 per Day. These swindlers Are said to Hare made Fortune in the brain eat. A or. M. A. Gilbert who had been Magged in it and who died a year ago left an oat at Worth $100,000. The fourteen prisoners were taken Belore Justice Paimer of Norwich and waiving an examination Gar Bonds Tor their examination for trial. It is stated that or. Birney was in this City in quest of some agents of the above concerns but they Lead escaped. Up the Triumph fire company waa out the morning of the 15th inat., Aud mad a trial of their engine under the direction of or. C. A. Morton assistant Foreman with tha following resulta i Ith 350 feet Hosay 18 feet auction and 7-8 nozzle the water was thrown or tha spire of tha methodist episcopal Church which we understand a about 116 feet in with 100 feet Hose,�?18 feet suction through 7-8 nozzle it was thrown 187 feet directly take woman of America Hare purchased .h,.d, a nil without Cion ill the Triumph firemen have a Good a tub Quot two Art of and to a counsel of tha aaa Ocia and they know How to make it do execution Tion and tha proprietor of it. Varnon a area tract waa formally Anteras into be fora a no Ury Between John a. Washington and the n n r n Regent Ottha Alao station Tor to Purchase of Colo aau men not citizen. Or. J. 8. Hom Taj Fri a of Washington by the Rock a coloured physician of Boston and am4xi�uon. Tha particular will a Given in generally esteemed desiring to visit Europe a few Days. For his health applied to the state depart-1 a a a a a mint through , Wibowo for. To Pott. A a a a a a a a a a a a Bawd ii not 8�-. ,. Harappa. Has been miming since Agni 4th. Oen. Cam Haring a whole Ore fear of offend with a him on of of he fr#q0el,t ing his Southern masters refuted to git one a a benders and in decidedly a melancholy Aast tinier that no passports had Ever been Frame of mind. On tuesday last Roma boy in or rank of color. The Boston to trolling Outh Banks of tha prawn Pacot .1 a i s sri ext of to a i re a la in i 1 which to wife of Hanson a Pacific instance covering a Pend of then Huld a if a m Bellegia a a a a a party to years ending in 1854, and gives names and of men were Yeats Day engaged in dragging dates when Peva Porta had been Given. If the River but without finding the missing the Attar meet a Blunder on tha part of Cam no Ink Hal Hanson a a till lie it betray reprehensible ignorance if a. De. A a �nf0rn�gtion communicated to Bis liberate falsification it a deserving of Tea a. Family at a Charapp. A Uit Frolof tally to Orost a ensure. Teiml Eastern argue

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