Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal in Biddeford, Maine 16 Jun 1854
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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - June 16, 1854, Biddeford, MaineThe Louis 0. Cowan editor and proprietor. Biddeford Friday june 16, 1851. The a a Kate by Joi rail. It to Suaad Weka la to Bidet. Orri no. 1 a Eatro Block Joe lord opposite la build afoul a Yow. Tstwsf200 Para Sonia or to 30 it paid within three a ugh Froin the tar Faub crib sin Gle copies May to obtained at Tow off Iov in Svaip Price 4 Coata. B. Punk a us a Erica n Owa Poupor Arvut is the it by a com Mitten no i into to inquire into " the use and bases of the practice of craving and Washin Trees to Conlu Aiona arrived at Are no diametrically opposed to the or vaunt opinion and practice and seem at the mine time so Well supported by arguments that to need no pol by for pub Lishing the a Sluti in which the. Peaches and Maples near the ground and in the Forks of the branches a gentle rubbing with sue pliable but s Iff wire or other Brush on the parti affected to be followed by a washing with weak soft or whale Oil soap suds is desirable and will be of Benet when u careful examination shall have shown that the eggs Are Dep wiled us on any tree in question but thut this process is unnecessary and Oneco Louii. Til when the presence of the enemy has not been Clearl proud " the other resolutions Are to the same effect one of the i Bew directed against a l alkaline prepare Lions plastered on to Trees. These conclusions were endorsed by Geo. B. Emerson the Learned author of the tree of Massachusetts and by or. Tucker Man who has made the subject of lichens his particular study. They arc moreover ship Jar Ted by Turnr arguments drawn from prac Tice. Experiment theory and analogy but we have Mil 8 Are to enter or on these. The report is drawn up by k. Morris Cope land a Gont Oeurm who has us pc i the of ii tuition of a landscape Gardener which we take to mean the taste us arrangement of grounds. At any rate we observe that he has been employed 10 Lay out the grounds around the new insane Asylum at Taunton and the Reform school at we Eigoro. We should have said that this profession was not Likely to thrive in this country if it does so we shall be Only too glad a it Wil vindicate the increased culture of taste u Quality which is by no Means so of in Dis played in this country us could he desired. Very Many appreciate a tasteful thing when they Ace it it very Lew can make anything Tuite Ful themselves. This is a Petal y tue in ornamental gardening where ornament is too olten another name for Caprice Atel Absurdity. Or. Co Laud Senius to us to be starting a the right Way Lor in this report to protests most strenuously against torturing nature urging on Tho other bund tha be be tollo cd und Jit Pualuan. Advice. Farmer do not sell your be to Slock. 11 co i no More to Raie a Hoie Woith two Hundred dollars mid an of Worth one Hui dred or n cow Worth titty Ono Wotli Only half As much if you have the Light kind of Stock to Breetie from. If Yon Waul to raise a Volt year get the Best Mart you can find if you have to give a double Price for her if you would raise a Call every year set the be a cow to be had am to with All other animals. Farmers too often sell their Best animals because they will fetch a Little More than the poorer ones. They sell their Best oxen because they will fetch More than thei steers and lose the whole value of them 01 their crops in one year by so doing. Sait a Farmer to his neighbor i believe i Shal Aell my oxen this Spring As they fetch i High Price and i am paying interest on a m How much can Yon get for them inquired the two Hundred 44 and How Are you to manage your work without them v Why 1 told the Bov we could try t get along with albeit. We need nut Plouvi i Quile so deep and can Lake smaller Load and so manage to net through our but that will be poor policy replied the neighbor. M by your shallow plough Jug you will Lone from a Quarter to a halt 01 Jnore of your crop you Lif is Are some distance from your barn your steers can idiot haul Mora Tea i half a much an the Oten and the Loa of time in gelling the Nia Ouie on to the ground Aud drawing your Hay and Grain to the barn will amount to at least half the value of the oxen to say nothing of the tithe wasted in breaking the steers and Geum them Handy. You Sav you can have $200 for the oxen How much eau you have for the steers v Only 140." then take my advice Tell the steers and keep the oxen and you will be the gainer by it in the fall. With them your work will be thoroughly done and your crops will feel it with your steers every thing will be done at the halves and you crops will feel that too so keep you Oion nil Tell your flyers. " Well neighbor i believe you Are More in half right and i think i will Lake your to the fall this Man had to thank his neighbor w his advice for he became my tailed that a crops were enough better than they would a been if he had used Ateca to pay the difference. I know a Man who bail a first rate horse iut what he needed or a irm but the offer of a his Artoe tempted him to sell hit. A then bought another which would not answer hit purpose at All to he went to Swap Pink. And swapping Ewh time paying Biot with the Hope of gelling one that would Sou him and when he had spent More than he re delved forms Good one he had a miserable animal at last. I Bare seen other Farmer that would al Low butchers to go thou a their flocks am select the Cahrest and Bent lambs for mar Ket because they would fetch a few Silil 11n? � More and in a few years their flocks Weie not Woith Kee Piir. Have i not said enough Are not far men convinced that i Eie is nun profit m keeping the very Best animals whether for by twin or for farm Woik 1 i know a mail who comes to Market six or Eihl Miles at often As Thiee time a week Vith a Hoise that cannot travel More three Milen Ait hour. Would he not Jaisi by Ulvi Iii his Itom away and Gavin a Good i ice Lor one dial would travel six tildes i hour ? suppose lit lose., with his old napping horse one hour in and another returning that will make six hours a week or Over thirty Oue Wiki ii Days in a year reckoning ten hours to a Day and Over three Hundred and ten data in ten years. This to time at Only filly cents per Day would buy a Hoise Worth a Hundred and till five dollars a round sum truly to s tend in working along the Road , twice ing the reins Ami Havi g the mortification of seeing his neighbor pass on and take the first tide in Market banners should Cypher More if they would proper. Plia sure boat. The Shaker barn. At Enfield n. H., i the society of shakers need growers horticulturists and Farmers have projected Ami Nave in Good proxies.", a barn two Hisiu Pretl and fifty feet in length he fifty in vie escaping downwards by a plunk floor Laid a on a stratum of Clay wrought As a bed of mortar. The descent of the around upon die Backe Idu of the Bain renders inures and egress to and from the cellar convenient and easy for carrying Pond in my and manure. The cows will be tethered All upon the South Ide of the barn Ami in one continuous longitudinal stable sixteen feet in Width with Wall Plas ered inwardly with Lime mortar and leaving a walk behind the suiters of Toui feet in Width and a Eon Idor or passe Between the cribs and mows upon the North Side which mow p serves the warmth of the barn Thio Shoul sufficiently wide for a Hor a and cart to pass which is often convenient when feeding with Green food. The scaffolds Aln Jve the cows Are a by t Len Story for litter which is let Down brutish a trap door in the tear of the cow and al of when partitioned into rooms serve As a place for meal 8rain, and al of for a Herd Man s office. All these arrangements Render it Pei a the mod convenient and it is Nedom Ledly the most expensive barn in America. Its height to the eaves upon the Back Side is to be thirty four feel Sta ble eight feet including timers Ami Sra troms sixteen feet. Flo ii. S fur teams framed four feet below the eaves. Cloyer Korma Jure. Or. P. D. T. of we Terrill in Tiu county in Orin a thai he a tvs Clover seed with his Barley crop Lor Freiti Lizzini Lii land. Last year he turned under a Clover al the Mihi sown the previous i Riny with Bailey but not fed of after the Bailey a harvested Oil the 8th of june Foi a late crop of Corn. To a get Tail the Zeighl of the crop of Clover thu turned under he Cut a share foot of the of Shook or the soil nod found to wre yet of the Elover Ami it Root to be 2, 4 la. This would Ive 49 toil weit Rhim probably about ii it tons if Short uhly Drill per acre to turn under at an sex Pence of Only 61.50 for Clover seed country Scutum an. Tiie Wii it Carrot. If All that in mid of Thi vegetable to Tiue or even a tithe of it it must be considered a most valuable Amii Sitison to our but band by. Cows especially Are said to be re Ina Kably fond of it in it habit of Poth it Deitrei Troni the Midi Navy Carrot project ing several inches above the a face aim tar to the suite beet. Twenty two ton nays the american agriculturist line been raised to the Thi however much Les than the average you id yet we doubt not that is very product live and highly nutritive Root Ami worthy the High eur i Loisius that have been pronounced upon it. Of the Albany Atlas heretofore a staunch up Orter of Iho administration openly Rob Fly against the impudent dog Matic attempts of the Union to dictate opinions Ami pail be t to Tho democracy. La in Tonus to jul Organ very brusquely that it will not have the approval of the Nebraska Bill forced upon it As a no Amaril of democratic orthodoxy. The Ler n. Democrat one of i the staunches democratic pipe is in new Hampshire a firmly opposed the Nebraska Hill and now that it has been passed has nothing to take Back. It still for bodes evil consequences and intimates a limit the democratic party can be kept together Only by the Mot Unona pitied toleration. This is a hint to the democratic presses that Are Hou Diug Down mown Kilter Dye and mor Rison at the bidding of the administration or their votes on the Nebraska kill. The or Paul of the Nebraska Bill is to be a prominent Issue hereafter and if opposition to this is to to made a test of democracy Many of he most prominent members of 1 the tarty not a few of its most influential pres a Well a a majority of the rank an j file must it Tountas out. Stat of mine. 14 paid to own a writer in t in Boston conc a Ooens an article upon the subject of Burns being leu ended to slavery a follows 14 it is done the majesty of the Law is vindicated that Law which our fathers made and which we have been reared under and Are to Uard and transmit to our children. There have been Many proud Days for bos ton but none i Aiu comely believe to make a prouder of our old Commonwealth Thau Chi one. That reminds us of Tho girl who said a � had the Orch and was proud to own it Portland advert str. Miscellaneous. The false step. " come a inc go with Molo buy Amu matches. Or. Bradley want some said Joseph Wii uht to Liia school mate Uno night after school. I Tiro Busy returned James can t you to alone 1" " 0,1 want von to go 1 am going to buy something. Or. Bradley Nave me a leu cent piece Ami Toltl Iii in i a Toubl pet a paper of matches Anil Lii be cents Worth of charcoal i might have the it. So 111 buy a lop with the us at it a am. James look Here he exclaimed in astonishment As he held up u glittering Golden Coin " or. Bradley has Given Illo you by mistake said Jamrs. How much is " a Quarter Eagle what a Lucky Lellow i am but you will not change that for four cents we must to Back to or. Bradley and Tell 44 go Back and Tell him 1 Why the Money is mine he gave it to " but he did not know in was Gold so it Wax not yours. You study will return i surely will not do Mic ii a thing. Lie gave me the Money and said that after buying the Coal and matches i might have what was left so it is mine you see " " i do not see Joseph. Or. Bradley made a mistake i am sure. The blinds of the school room were closed he did not see it was Gold he was giving you and Trio size deceived him. Ii Kliza a. Ci1ask. Ill " Well Fiat s ins , 1101 mine. 11 no made a mistake it was his Mislo tune Ami my gain. Bui say nothing about it. And i will Ive you a Dollar of the Money. Or. Bradley will never know 44 what would you have in do Joseph it is dishonest and i cannot join you in robbing Iny Good " robbing it is not robbing for the Money is mine i Tell you he gave it to me. But Huik you. James Don t you say a word about this to or. Bradley if you do your head will not be Worth the 441 will not Promise you thai Joseph for i think it is wrong to conceal such a tiling and if or. Bradley asks me anything about it i cannot Tell i in a falsehood. But Why will you not do right mid return the Money or. Bio Wii will know something is wrong when you Oiler him two Ami a half dollars to pay for three cents Worth of a i will not Oiler it. I have four cents in my pocket which will just pay Lor what i yet but remember you say not a word about this to any 44 Well it Eph if you me Bent on doing wrong i will not 1 0 with you for it would not be right in me to go. I wish you would go Back to or. Joseph turned away and Jamos finding Fui Lher remonstrance useless went Home sad and troubled. It seemed that he ought to Tell or. Bradley Ami yet he dreaded to be a tale beater. At length he resolved to Tell i Mother Ami ask her advice. On reaching Home he found his Uncle and cousins from Ohio had arrive at his father s House on a visit. In the Joy and excitement 01 the several Days follow Tiff jul Eph was forgotten and when James again went to school he supposed the mat Ter was All discovered and settled so he said nothing about it. This incident Hilling As it May erred a real influence on the character of the two Bays in after life. James was strengthened in Crocket Book the next Day As he was Pas sing through the crowded streets of the City in which to lived and supposing it contained the Quarter Eagle to never thought of nuking Joseph Boot it. Havin succeeded so Well this time Tho misguided boy grow Mere and More Avail Cious and his better principles rapidly gave Way to his inordinate love of gain. Natur ally very Quick and shrewd he managed to Eft Cutie detection. While very Young he obtained the situation As Teller in a Bank and obliged to Render a strict account of All moneys which paused through his hands he forced p be honest for a Firne. One Day a gentleman called to Tho Bank and said to him their was a slight mis Lake in the Money i received on a Check yester his. Your package of is .000, con Niue to Only su90, Ami i have called to see if you would rectify the i am very Orry for to i sir returned Josept 11 but our Rule is All mistakes must j be rectified Belore leaving Tho must i then Loe the ten dollars asked j he can Lemau. 4 1 suppose you must it is not our " ii is very Izard returned the gentleman. " i did not count the Money Lor 1 in so accustomed to dealing with Banks and this is Tho Lirett time i Ever saw a mistake in 44 very sorry in but we cannot Neil Yon said Jort Epli turning away. In n Short time the Bank was noted for its mistake. Alien people look the precaution to count the Toney before leaving mistake were promptly and cheerfully rectified with the excuse that there had been a change in Teller or lie had been ill 01 absent and a Perm Unnic costumed to the Bournes had taken i place for a time. 1 wish to Deposit �1.500 this morning said or. Wise a gentleman who dealt extensively with the Bank. Joseph ran Over the Bills rapidly then paused eolo cd i my counted again but More slowly."1 beg your Pardon sir he Jaa Iii but i make Only ,480. Will you count with me they counted once twice three times but to Ere we a deficit of Twenty Dollar. Or. Wie looked confused. I cannot see How i made Inch a mistake for i counted it twice myself this morning but Here is Twenty to make no the full amount he continued laying another Billon the pile. Complaints increased but no of could Hud fault for All mistakes disco Rietl in Tho i Bank were As usual promptly rectified and where deposits were found deficient the owner counted for himself and saw his error As in the Case or. Wise. 11 Wright said this gentleman you gave me what you called a Hundred Dollar package this morning but it contained Only Well. Or. Wise you made a worse mistake Titan that the other Day said to Aleph colouring you made a deficit of Twenty " yes Aud handed Over n Twenty Hen i saw my error. 1 Hope you will do the " we would be glad to oblige Yon but we must adhere to our Rule and rectify mistakes Only before Lei Vic the or. Wise was a shrewd Lar gated Man. The Peculiar look and manner of soft Mph when mistakes were had not econ died i notice Ami this together with the fact that until he a employed no mis takes had occurred led Linin to believe that to Many errors were not the Les Altol Acci Dent. He therefore employed three Friend to count with him a us of Money which to Inlender to Deposit and after copies due Titi careless it sects. I Liou it there were five Hundred returned or. Wise throwing Down fifteen dollars. At that moment he friends presented checks. Wright s Finy Cis flew Over the package before him Aud As he handed them the Money a Small paper fell from his coat sleeve which was instantly seized by or. Ellis one of the three. On examination it proved to be a leu Dollar Bill marked with the name of or. Wise part of the very live Hundred dollars which he Hud purposely Mui cd that morning. In three months from that time Joseph Wii Ihl was an inmate of the stale prison convicted of fraud and of embezzling to icy from the Bank. Lom cd for which no one could account were traced to him and in Iho prime of life he was condemned to a Felon s cell. A trip to Siberia. Foo Ckik an actor at one of the minor theatres of the Boulevard in Pari had entered into an engagement with the Imin Nger of the French theatre lit St. Petersburg where to had the Good fort no to arc Nelv to please Paul i., that he soon became a i tire wished Favourite of that Monarch an ill timed Bou Mot one Day convinced Frog re How Dang Cious it wan to Sjuk a too freely in Llie presence of the eccentric autocrat. It War at the Imperial dinner table when one of the guests lauded ? he present amp crop at the exp ions of Peter the . " that i robbing Peter to nay paid said the emperor turning to Liis Favourite. Is it not so Frog re certainly sire answered the latter. " to satisfy Paul to May Rob not Only Peter the great but also Peter the " and Pray Why so asked the cur Quick y. Because said Tho actor 4 Paul in his anger has frequently commanded in the words of our Saviour go und Lear the Cross throughout the world More especially in Ribarin Paul showed linger in his face and no one dared to laugh or to be pleased with the actor s reply. A few minutes afterwards the King crop Rose and dismissed the company. It was in Ilic mid dle of Winter about Midnight when Frog re was aroused from his Leep by u loud Knock ing ill Bis door. He jumped from his bed opened the door and saw to his amazement an Oft car und a file of soldiers enter Tho apart ment. The former produced a warrant from the amp crop Kamhing Frog re to Siberia. We May readily imagine the terror of the Frenchman Llo cried threw himself upon Tho floor Tore his hair and repeatedly exclaimed " what crime have 1 committed to deserve such punishment Iio received no answer. He begged for a few hours delay to throw himself at Tho feet of Tho Monarch and learn Tho nature of his guilt. In vain the officer would Only allow Linin Ticino to pack up a few clothes and Linen. Scarcely was hits operation numb cd when lie wan surrounded by the soldiers mid curried of Sido Trio House when a coach was in waiting. He Tui i Lien listed into it More dead than a Ivo while two sold icis w Ith drawn swords and cocked pistols took their seats on cach fide of Hisiu. The doors of the vehicle were locked and Tho officer Chivini i lie signal Tho coach rolled away at full Speed surrounded by n Calvary escort. How Long Tho first stingo lasted Rogero was unable to Tell Tho vehicle was so thickly covered that not Tho least Ray of Ihl could penetrate. To was told on entering the coach that Tho soldiers Hud or Ders to shoot him on Tho spot Tho moment to opened his Moutri to. Put any questions to them. To consequently observed strict Sil Cnoc and suffered a world of pain. Tho door of the Couch was at last opened it was Broad Daylight. His eyes were however bandaged and to was led into a miserable Hui Iho door and windows of which were closed As soon As he entered. When Tho Bandage was removed lie saw by the finl Glimmer of a Rushlight u dish of course food upon a Board lie Loro him. Though to had been fasting for some time to could hardly Swallow a morsel tear however induced him to cat for Tho faces that watched his motions teem to portend no Good. Siberia Siberia thai Tho Only thought lie is j to Livo in hut terrible land. Frog re gave himself up to despair when Tho previous officer by Tho Bye an old acquaintance entered Tho room u tended by u courier. Tho poor prisoner Felt As if to had not seen that Iri entry of to for years. In the Iny of his heart he was about to embrace him but u motion with Tho hand and a Stern look to strained him while lilo Finger of Tho officer pre sed upon his lips imposed silence. Colnul altered Hin self that the courier had brought in order Lor his release but he a Mista Ken. The officer dismissed his guide and or dered Tho soldiers to leave the Roum and wait outside la ing alone with the prisoner said almost in a whisper Rogero we inst now part. I have accompanied you to the first stage and hence you will in under the inspection of another officer. To careful not to speak a word. I Rik much even in giving this caution but i no your Friend. Have you any orders for to ? can i serve you on my return to St i Otenburg 1 poor Frog re melted into tears. Jilt Cuil Oln Plant a in to questions lit on a vibe wailed having to Luul Eiyo a Tuuu Hinnent for an unknown time. An unknown Orimel raid Iho officer. Don t you then know what Vou have Donel Are you mail Frog Rel have you Jor gotten the sarcastic jest you made at the Imperial table ii has offended the emperor you Are punched because there won so much truth 111 ,it." Good heavens exclaimed the exile Utu a be silent whimpered the other Walls have ears. Hut not to waste Lime listen Frog re. I Tun the Only one whom you know henceforth during your Long journey you will see faces wholly unknown to you. Tho emperor you Are aware is immovable in i resolves and inexorable in his Wrath. You had hotter therefore Hal in Fute you have nothing of thou quickly what i Friend. A a anything but thl if that be the Case said poor Frog re. I4i have uni Iii to and your Money a id trinkets rejoined the officer Jou have loft them All behind. Can i Lodye diem safely for you somewhere until your re turn " my return l Eil for outre then i am not exiled for Lite 01 course not Only for three years. Take courage they will soon pass away and then " three years for an innocent word whined Frobero and Bogan anew to Ely and complain. Hut at thin moment Trio soldiers entered and bandaging his eyes Thev lifted Librn into die vehicle and away it rolled a Niri. It seemed n very Lony slave for Frog re calculated that to had travelled a whole Day when the vehicle again stopped. A before to wan bandaged and led into a a belched hut a counterpart of thu Lisl and lighted by a piece of blazing Pine woo i. The same coarse food was again placed before Hin. He looked at die laces around him. Novio that he knew none that inspired him with com fort. After talc rail and similar journeys the vehicle again stopped. By fio Gere s estimate As Well As he co id Tell lie Hul travelled three Days and nights. His eyes were bandaged As before but instead of being led his guides seized him and car ried him for some Lime until they placed Hin upon a wooden Bench. He waited for a few moments and wondered Why the Bandage was not removed. At last he heard soft whispering and then Quickstep approaching. His hands Wei suddenly seized and tied behind hit Back. He trem blindly asked what it meant but received no reply. In another moment his coat was torn Olf his shoulders and i breast Laid Bare. Fri Aero now thought that eternity instead of Siberia was to be the goal of his journey. Take aim was the command of one whose voice he thought he knew fire and several shots were at once Dis charged. Fro 15ere fell senseless to the ground. He Wes raised unfounded and whilst to was borne along he became sen sible of a division of soldiers marching past him. Having been placed 011 a chair his hands were unbound and the Bandage re moved. To Thon found himself in the same room at the same table and in the same company where thai unhappy Bou Mot had escaped him opposite to him sat the emperor. The astonishment Tenor and doubt which alternately reflected in the poor actor s face so greatly excited the visible faculties of Paul that the entire company joined heartily in the mirth. Frog re fell in a swoon. Thu whole terrible trip had Only lasted Twenty four hours. Thu emperor had accompanied him in disguise All the Lime and found immense Delight in the prisoner s painful sufferings. Though used to comedies it was Long before the act a recovered from the sad dream of that Imperial s life of Nicholas the first. Speak for me to his a word of that said his Mon action. The Worcester transcript n journal with some anti slavery tendencies in speaking of the recent scenes in tins City and of the part that 01110 of its own citizens have taken in Trio affair trusts that their sex j pc Ienco will to sul Heicht to convince those who have been most Active in tin s matter that All efficient t-0"�rts to prevent the open turn of unrighteous Laws tic Post Facto in All cases exists Only in High to cd moral Sonti j Merit and adds hut this can never he done by the impulses of an excited and unorganised int words no wanted which express Tho will of Tho people of which a Heathen Whitcr once said the will of the people is the voice of the let but the combined will of the people be engaged in proper shape and scenes of riot and resistance to unrighteous Laws will cease and Tho True sympathy of humanity will not As it has of late defeat its own ends by in subordination to i is and ill limed Actium to effect what is desired in u sin to instance fur unrighteous Laws to blotted out Ami Nono but Tho unfortunate or ignorant to left in Neil Liv. Trio new York courier k enquirer main la Iii the name ground while speaking of the j compromises of 1820 and of 1850, and the Lato foul abrogation of Tho former. It says notwithstanding the Gross unjust to of Trio repeal of Trio Missouri Compromise the duty of every r ski citizen towards the Law remains unchanged. Ivory Law must to sustained until repealed because unless the Supre Macy of Trio Law be maintained there can to no order no safety for life or property no Well constituted society this must to con ceded by All and we therefore Hull continue to fall upon the friends of Law and or Der to stand by Tho fugitive Kluvo Law and to sustain Trio authorities at any and every Hazard. Jut hers our duty will cease. We shall never become the apologists for Tho repeal of Tho Missouri Compromise or Tho advocates j or defenders of Tho Compromise of 1850. Until the Compromise of 1820 to restored to the statute books und All to were concerned in Tho passage of the Nebraska Bill will very soon learn that Thoy have raised a feeling throughout Tho entire North which argues evil to Tho whole question of slavery and destruction to All the compromises upon which it rats. Tho very Donco of Tho North Tho apparent submission of All Par ties to Tho Nebraska outrage to us wears an aspect of determination which threatens danger to the Union. Never i Foro have to witnessed such in tense determination upon Sny subject As sex lets in relation to the Dobroska outrage. Very Union Mau but to Hugo conversed with every whig and every Democrat unite in expressing their indignation at this great National outrage and their determination 0 resort at once to the Only Constitution al remedy rental. This in no Idle threat it in win Emu All parties Are unite i in declaring that from tilt Lime Forth no Man can receive a vote for Congress the legislature or Uny of co of Trust or profit without first of curing his hostility to the Nebraska fraud and Hie de termination to Lawr in behalf of its repeal. Under this feeling every Northern Man now in congram who voted Ngu inst the Nebraska fraud will be sus noned by both parties while nil who Guve it their support will be repudiated As men who have dishonoured and disgraced themselves and grossly misrepresented their constituents. Nor will Public indignation Stop Here. It will demand to instant repeal of the fugitive slave Lew As a part of the Compromise of 1850, repudiated by the very men who were bound in Honor and Good Faith to sustain it and against that repeal we who have Ever stood by that Luw will not Xiiao our voice. The Compro Mise of 1850, in our estimation hits nothing in its origin or history lure binding than the Compromise of 1821 and the South having rejected the one to think Trio North arc be Freetly justified in demanding the to haul of Tho other together with Trio fugitive slave Law sued in connection with it. So i or As to Aro concerned however we shall Confino our e direct it. The conduct of the bos ionian is reprehensible in reporting to Vio Lence but the Strong Arm of the Law would never be Ruurd against them by i president Pierce if he thought he could i make any political capital by winking at the shooting Down a score of marshal s deputies All the Glorifica Liou of Tho partisan press a understood and a Anent of Oneal the fact that the president acts for Tho Benefit of his party and not for he Hon or of the country or of the supremacy of the Sun. Certain Rombom of cons Row Are in a Ureal hurry to pension the widow dutch elder whose husband was killed in the res Cue riot in Boston. The dear charitable souls Why Don t they vote a pension to the widow Lovejoy whose husband was shot by a mob or slaveholders and Jlou a faces at Alton Why does t Congress pay Ita debts it has adj Odood Bundre is of Huo Gry widow and orphans out of Money Doe and of wimp them upon the French spoilt Iii claim pay up that and then vote or Balc Liffler pension if you please. Its All of a piece. In Solomon Swap s Borse strays into Virginia and he has some difficulty in reclaiming him do the United states spend thousand upon thousands to help Solomon not a bit of it. But if col. Plain of and pa5cy Jod Pouf ulivo. A tit i tautog of us . La we Black by dam it Flito up to to or Twat lot Tim it T How Bula Yean la thu Art. Our dior Phijit off i or exr Iriva. La Caesra or Micua Aram w u Bias my la a Mam rth i will Kingjr Wuh us wort time us Itic la 04w la a Couo Jfe it. Of a i Exon pc Rem with a d snatch not Norato taint Aaltio Behm and Lorna inc 4�al of lha manufactory in of quam Jum a u Elamm to a newer All Orden in Uila Branch of us to manna to us by per act Wiuf Aeura. Card Board of All c4or and Quality al Njeri of hand. It on in fat any mad of Jab Rita aug it by hum forwarded by mall or Kapuy anew Tel t Aida i Jor Ajax. Orui l. O. us tile s Runn to m Anthony Burns Rune Aura r from Virginia and there is Milf Lousy in reclaiming him in Boston the govern ment puts the whole Treasury al the Colo Nel s command. There a nothing like having a negro element in any matter to which you want to Call Tho attention of the Fellows in Washington. If the Ami and in lives had been White instead of Black do you up Nom Kiank 1 Teico would have dec Cutie i to pay for Theiu 1 if the for Neh spoliation claim had been Foi runaway slaves it would have been paid Ages ago. It you Waul your Rij his and interests attended to you Inu Tao South and own human . U. Mercury. Religion and politics. The celebrated Hubert Hall in his Admir Able or Lille snout state of utri is among its though christianity Doe not any immediate direction in the affairs of government it inculcate these dunes mid recommend that spirit which Wilt Ever Pimpl a to Chciuk the Pine Isle if free . It teach a to Check every selfish passion to consider ourselves a Pari of a Ureal Community and to abound in All the fruit of an Active Benevolence. The Par Loular open Alan of Iii principle will be regulated by circumstance Lis they arise but our obligation to cultivate it is Clear. If to Are bound to pre acct a neigh Bor or even an enemy Fin violence to give raiment when he is naked or food when he is hungry much More ought we minister to do our part toward the per Ner vation of a free government of the Only a is on which the of these Bles Miil s can securely rest lie w to break the Teller of slavery and deliver a nation from Thra Dom in my opinions the noblest comment on the great Law of love whilst lie distributes the creates Blasini which a Man can receive Fiton Man but id it to that is the Merit of him who in times like the present watch Over the edifice of Public Libity repair its foundation and strengthen it Cerf int when he sch do it hastening to onto Tho Cincinnati Gazeko learns from reliable sources that n Call Tor a Virand convention of the people of Ohio on the 13th of july the anniversary of the Pas Sage of Tiliti ordinance of 1787, will soon appear. It will to circulated throughout Tho St Ito for signatures and no Douht will 1 4 generally signed. The convention is to to one of too Jwo ple not of a puny. It will to a gathering of Lien who Are opposed to the re Cal of the Missouri Compromise and who hold to Tho conservative and binding obligation of a contract. It will to con posed of men who will War unceasingly Uga Init sending dough faces to Congress or Moil who can i c seduced into a of their constituents by Tho Blandishments of office. It i i enunciate the doctrine that Tho North Havo rights As Wells the South and Oun As Well maintain them. Of track and near a Tofu. Ion thursday of last week a mat named my Tao win had been stopping in and about Xenia fur u few Days. And who is represented As betting a disreputable Parson loft that Iown in a hurry und drove Towona Selma. A few mile out to overtook u coloured Man whom lie a spotted an being a fugitive slave und naked him to get in nud Rido to the next Cross Loada. The negro Thuu ked him mud got in Tho buggy but at the Firo und then broke for Tho Wooda chased by All three of Tho party. Tho old Man Over took Tho negro Whon the latter turned und Culta blow so bowl Raul that it broke Tho arts of Hia pursuer but to was soon after caught Beuten and tied into Tho buggy Urf Uin. Ile Foro they had proceeded Tureh further Tho negro broke Tho cords a second time and Hud nearly escaped when Cloud grappled with him and Tho Thois coming tip a Light ensued in which Tho negro wis oaten until to fell dead t the party placed Tho cur so upright again an Oak tree a some Dia Tunco from urn Road and fled. The body wus discovered und on saturday the murderers were Orros de when to o frightened Sou of the Farmer confessed to Iho circumstances i Bovo Nam Ted the three culprits Uro now lying in Xenia jail. The Cuci bument in Tho surrounding country is intense. Cincinnati com. Monday a Model c i Janice. I la Jungo 01 me circuit court Tately in sea Ion it Hudson in Wisconsin Gnevo u Clargo to the jury which of cited Conan Deroule merriment in Iho court room at Tho time. Tim act Iii a to recover Tho value of certain liquors tent froth to Low and consigned or Aale to Tho defendant. Evi Dunco waa Given on Tho part of the do Pendant to How shut Tho brandies to were Mado of forty cont Lii ski and drugged it that Whereat the judge Opp Arob quit indignant Aud Chur god Tho Jary Rory Marly 4 follows gentlemen of the jury pure unadulterated liquor a n wholesome and Plo Imant beverage and As Lite a the experience of Tho court extends Conduce to Henlieh and longevity Bat a bad Arriolo of i Muiir gentle Moi or what in Torao a rugged article cannot to tolerated and if dealers from below Triu. End up into Thio Ite Dutiful country to Busard with the Anile of a Benignant creator sack Quality of Liq Una a the proof Iowa this to to in this court gentlemen of the jury they cannot Reeo veh a m it Audi just a the Teamor John Taylor with Burnt 011 Board left the wharf a Man cried out " Well i m Ulad Tho a Gofer a scarcely Weie thu Worde out of i Mouth when Avail or f topped up Aud with uie exclamation 14 you Lubber knocked him Over. The fallen Man got up and showed tight when he was knocked Down ? Reno jul time lie attempted to run of when some one shoved a Board Between hit lege which again tripped him us. At let be reached like military we claimed their Protection. 1 it it b 0 rioted that ban to Howato regular Orda esd and practising rain Lator of the Bept iat
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