Dawsons Weekly Times And Union in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
18 Sep 1861

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Dawsons Weekly Times and Union (Newspaper) - September 18, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana Ymme fort Wayne Indiana wednesday morning september is �861v c. I Tatj re Union Tiiu is a Iturri Triton , a Iii tue . We Iltem Aii ki6��1 a to to Lii Fiat of to Uit Una Tom ii Ipong of i w of Utah of mid in the no Thmia of Luis a. We the my Rte b it Ltd in Ive Virtine Sam Littion of did few me or the a it uth a ring Zejdl a Itom Luelf a nto a Public sunni a him of Oil St Ctm of Ute North in Ivle Rencz Terni r��o9lknoe offered to Llu a a Nett it Iii of Ilio till tits Steve act Afta us Domish. Of it Fri of Milf by m outlier Days Immi Bir i 11� 4e�rine of Quot islam cd a he idiot in poisoned the nil on Pic Ile. In ship cd a try of Federil awk we Arff to turn ii it Ronders do our in ice Al Vul a of fit air to Cucu Antici s a Cius nor la ii Iii tic Ugi Lia to if uting ail Rita a to that to i a Ben a he first sound of Ibe Drc join Nett la ii Utis us . Was Htom this paper Iris a tuft to Takt h a a a. A Jar if a aarion Ca it. Quot of tie it no Trembe on the first news of the. Itti Isible a Tivoli la a . We bed to Fuho Ning lip siege in reference to that Rcv pit a Tum Vuu a a to it Chi to amp Elt remedy non Hurt the i flies time. A Hatifi a Imp Wither a is a troyed itself wounded Iii a Viii Tiit Tiar a Here r�rib.t��c�t0�titut>�ntop�>teet it i. From %e5oai�, third la to doubt but the a a Dot tas har is in a we such \ revolt i a Langer in is. Lulie a in a a Entous cd via a Hett Llis Etc ring a Otth Lawani to ii Imp to read a Force. Sutti an event by a set j Leno Noo f of in of viable cubic so Suttom mint Quarti pm Hibl Jsu a a. Or a a a a a re a him a a do to and no Fatme of government Eab prevent a but we mime a Sutz Sli Alfrae w a of he Oil. v great a time off vhf so a a Quot is brought ont ii a a Confederate to my Peden. Of vein Taii a Twa whre Quot a of Federal Laid a Ordie % Ani Trott Fwy la being a cd the had tfx Elijh which a do i a dancer-.1�<lm> wiil no Quot our a ten mrs Tim a a ii Imp a Wonie the revolt m a a Siwwi Ozeth m a a a Dernier re it of Tai fit prep no the general to Quot Quot snub mow Sec by a veal a Dsa a to Al of t1ivst��n�<f two Pedell a Otcie Rhenel. For several month Ipin St Jast Quot we vivid a sur m in a in my a Metal Igent a of a in to rms to Ohvo to so used a i tiie to Quot a use or ape the a a few a a it Ilia to neither the Quot a he Al i Prev a a a it a a a tides to the a i of in Deus Power nor the other n sea break Over the rain Hartfi i r the Sake of per is in of a a a a if in and Messing to m irrow a a be Kef a to a to the head Knowin so a a of at for a Pei it pc were biasing m the Constitution a Rel Union to it 9�djty Iron to be disturbed i an j Quot a of a a to Lri Otist the Eye of a any Garni men would for the moment tie Aglio Nim to in Olar Star of order and a i h Rince the vicious kept Ordinor by in it can i when civil Law exists if Fui ticks a a a off that restraint and inaugurated Mil Malile a i of anarchy confusion and aame Ert Almtea. Quot to Titis end we counselled Al la Motak Mph. A dlr asian of opinion be free a a my of speech and of tie Prev a that we might melt aide or Juno ring in frenzied hour thu i Milf Maui the Anice Rou vec a before us a a iwo Vor Enen i tax Elliat Parpoe a a 4iav� ill big a it i Tefr tie. Poi a Nde Odd be hit Enichi a City Ian a a paty Fri spared to a Theiu of the flute Emit mtg a emf. R Lum get May a it roue of it or there seems be Aenie Patty a Hoie a Narit to by efforts a Lwft fax a piety. Liori or i Urt of the Adi Ai Stratios had the he ire in air Onoe forester Itiat Lite mme hmm a my May Sia aim Ifni tit ."l1tr Nir Tiern we Jimr Edtih a Nti Tjie Bieh Quot re a id Mure it pc Etc ase the polite so a Ystenic Quot Itti Tum tobit the Constitution a Miff a Bough Tir Ali m a Rio Latiea of my tips red Liesee it a Rould no Joer Andes no ice be it exists in in a ran Hite it to exists our motto is Oil of Quot Quot a me not. We a egg to Jin purity once sullied it loses Lushia Tity Ite doors and in a Diarma invitee and my Hanaan so of los a a remember a Quot Jato itts la i a Aidini Lav from a Revy violate a another. They soon to mutate Law that yesterday was set to is veer to a �x�rahe8 Are figlg��l0f�palt g the Mott dangerous mens a a were dirty a not suit exactly the lied by Szalc he Aen Irea the. Ramn a ii Owr. Is v u a a hts re a Kean Tut in a Tyty Ofiu Fuller r it. To j is a Orthe eau a of action a a a a a Tahyi Disalto such wholesome sentiments have we l�4m�d�liurjuedilmir a Mage Isren Raven in oar.pmi�4tbeti�an heart. We regard the Coutu two is the Haffty and be cavity of All citizens and see in the ip&8tloi,to the prejudice of one an example which in Ngi Mii the Rig lit of Ric Lufi la my feel sex Quant in their my try secant and feel ind9�z�ent to the we Kim t fam Miki Tifi Frinzi which Are weak but he Irti at fit As my a turn Iotov a a in a dominant majority away scots pity of a Refuge to the Coo a Fri re tit Quot Imp and so Exanie the that it Cao afford Bui no Protection ill it injustice of Anoil Triump Tahiti i a a bold Notin of pm liw Lapovok do i wait jul the Bap isor a gift rfcs Merity tit by a much still m by trite or or own motives such Baa to the Patrio Tiia Wirich has nerved our right Arm in a emf to id mob oar paper Tfir Ough it Topar Marine we them to it. Of la of anti teens. Than Welba a a said cd the uhf Lidyof this govern mrv0d Impf a a Sikir fight the it then to a Fli Ihrl a fr�te�4i tl�molattam4yf a Hmay it had Burin Otto Consun a id it min to the con 9 t Tuti Ort it Union and the Lawt is what can never in a Timken Sway. What nothing eat this cd a destroy the it of v a a Ilni Unish tie the Heartfelt Joy. Is virtue t prize Quot but with All the purity of our motives Avith All the irrefutable ditch Roifes we have taught and with a he a pm the Union uni livid it o hot a a pct t i escape defamation that a re so a it a we daily see Daify newspaper editor s in pay of the administration calling Ench other traitors the Slig heat difference of a Pinion. Our course is be Ltd. We ail Ali support the Constitution and the a Imi Iii iteration in All i hints , an.1 we Shull Hope All will be Dune by it right and for the Best bit who in tsp it a icy is such that we cannot approve it to shall advise a diff enl course and give a our reasons Lordi it with and ill ill Erato in or if it shall appear to us hot such advice will a or will by Likely to Eui Barrass the gov run sent and ii Jure Itie country m any degree we Hail prefer to acpt i he cd i Ingle of Paul Nhen the ship Wail in danger and the gloom him Knerim la Quot of ast Anchor and wish it the a syn still pledged of it vie con3ihut a the Union my the Laws. It adar reflect on this. Wai. Our Reward we Are net eau upon to express Imi selves in this contest. The Precudis considerations have no other object than to attest the Lively solicit Side of the emperor in the presence of the dangers which menace the Ainer Ioan Union an j the sincere which his majesty entertains for the maintenance of that great work so lab it piously raise Ltd and which appeared so Rich in future. It is in this . Sir that i desire Yoo to express yourself As Well to the the Meier i of the general love moment As to the Inola Entis persons whom you May giving them the us Suranee that in every event the american nation my count upon the most cordial sym Liatha on the Pirt of our aug ust , Dur ing the important crisis which it is passing thin High at the present. Ite Olive sir the expression of my very deep consideration. Signed gout Silakoff. Sex gov. Wright at Indianapolis. Commissioners court sept. Terni Todt. 7th or. A s oif Kel the Ilus a Ian .miuisler., an agile ice with Tho i Orcsi Den at was in gun Aii or til a paper of 8 ate for pit Prince on by air it f the Eui Iwer relating to the Uii Lippy civil War now seventh Day s proceed Ikus. Mondays pump to. 1861. The Board me t present Crow Shaffer and Hall c tn-mi.s8it�ner8. Allowed Inry Drage �6 for keeping Pau pers of Wayne Chi ustian Pip. A Brink $21 for want of musics fur paupers of Wayne to. Allowed Jefferson c. �10 and As Bury s up Eph re it. R chaining Nad with county Surveyor and $1 to p. C. Aniola for Flig . John Mcarthur county Surveyor $25 a it a surveying r a Ltd to in the county aug Chi a. Sprout , $lu4 70 for Koeing prisoners. John n ii and Stejphen , viewers we five Etoir an Liba net of the late speech of Kex Govi a apr Joseph a. Wright made at the 7th instant in response to a Welcome tendered him by the Cit teens of that place on his return from Prussia. The abstract was revised by or. Wright himself and is what he desired to go to the world. We compare patriotism and temper with that violence and Lio Tiou Siiss of speech ordinarily heard from those whose count Els Are far from meriting such consideration As Are th8.se of gov. Light no such a grave subject should be treated with passion and acrimony for while such a course May tend for the lome it to enthuse the already friends Ofa party or tie in it makes the Calm votaries of the Union to lose resp it f r those whose they would wish then selves to have measured by the Iii filiation of word or violence of act. Gov. Wright said in tue la Nile Stales. 1 Tai a id cum it j is Oik of Royit a Lilliy and . It in of a Apik int cd Caiu and Well ii Bleci Jiuu s every american citizen to read rep Orud in Lavor said in Jackson tp., which was accepted and i uie read ordered Oak incl 40 feint wide. Allowed John Nail $2, and s club Root for services As viewers. Jacoh Glass John Etc Odenius and David , viewers of a Road Between pleasant and Lafayette tj�., Reid sorted in favor thereof a whereupon the report accepted and the Road ordered to be opened 40 feet Wije and the viewers were each allowed $1 for such service. The name men viewers Ofa Road in la Payette to reported favor of that Road Alwis and the Board ordered it to be opened to the Width of 30 feet and allowed the viewers is a $1 for such service. Allowed Enoch Jeff �2 43 for advances to pauper of . Adjourned till to Morrow. I Tutu 8 prob Dinos a tuesday sep to Mabeu 10, 1861. Same officers As yesterday. Allowed 11 ill Tor record books we. Bowen $15 43 Money of land ilk Galiy sold Peter Kiser $11 so and con Rad Baker Al 50 fir advances to paupers of Wayne f p. A. Flatt Chivey $1 50 for repair ing Gas pipe in jail Orden d that th3 re>p3cii be townships of the it. The emperor Speaks with Awu oni Becott Iii Iii eminent position when he says a Quot the a it a Ruggly which h to Una Ipuy Orison can neither be indefinitely Post to Ned nor Lead to the total destruction of one of the Fie thinks sooner or later some sett Leim it must be made and that there Are no interests not divergent that it Mir not to possible reconcile them by Boring to that in l with Zeal and Persov Cratice in a spirit of Justice and ipod Erat Loai so we thought at the last regular uses Ilion of Congo Essry so we thought at the extra we thought at each of the Lasit the Confederate pm Gresso for Nyi individual but National i Flicia action could have Dono Cood. But now it does not seem possible to get such it of Basial action. Armies Are face to Ioe and individual action to that end would seem to have no other i of fact Tolian to Divide the already excited North in mind. We cannot now avoid the effusion of mood. We must appropriate our i strength. We must Echost our Richet. Affairs must grow much worm he fam they Cali grow better and not till then on Pfeuti Foj ii Irth or South l e brought cd Side if help a inf fitting interests eat be liar . Or they Roost or can co exist. Titis Bein so it is the in a fire Doicy. Of a Visby Man in the North to prep Foi a we Donnot consent to a surrender of the Union to rough the Agency the Adu minis ration or any officer thereof Quot it cold not lied line. If done at All. It will be unless the Volunteer be sooner discharged. the last Rewert and then Only a Jorge a in Abd others a rented a Peti i ten the hour of sett Lemerit and what the a i Tion for a Road in so. To to whereupon the Sis of settlement god Only knows the Jark Board appointed Stephen Shorden Wui. In a Eil Lif the future hides it from our View and Gin ton and we. Sturm to View the same the inscrutable ways of Providence forbid an a no appointed the 5ch of october for them t it int exigent soil Jecture. Me. T at the of Henry Gerrard in said in this then let ult try to Cam the j tp., and proceed to said duty. ,3 of passion and give our calmest and the Board adjourned till tomorrow ind most determined and undivided support to Sis a s puce Euins ? a . C Lunty to authorized to make allowances not to Excecil $2 per week to each family of those who volunteered Fri a i Stich township to 8�rve in the War this told in Force during the War the cause of the american Union hoping f r a butter hour. Citizens take heed of the hour. Matt Elf Nia Slation St. . July Lois. Or. Desloge Ricl a or. Of a Quot Iii Fino the b flu Inibig of the sept medea 11, 18g1. The same office no of yesterday. Coles a appointed inspector of elections in Bright precinct. Allowed Henry Baker $14 61 r lumber a Porjai conflict an order was made that tha auditor which Divius s United is Iles of am inc a a a in a. To the am t or$3,4go 15 you have n Desir to make known to the 12, court housework. A Federal govern i it the Deeo interest with a. Or a i which our master was of serving the j allowed Sam l Chi Zaterick $14s 90 for Devi Louik it of a we Chi puts in question superintending building court . Tiie Prosperity and even the of Pijie j win. Fleming was appointed by the Board Union. The Proty in a to i Jjo a fur Heitur a of recognizance set that the Hope of a peaceful sol Tum is not e a , and thai american citizens already in Artois Are ready to let up it it a their country the most formidable of the scourges of political society a a Ivel car. For Iii opt than eighty years that in has existed the american Union owes Independence Tower Iii Rise and Progress to tiie Concord of la embers Conse crat etl under the of Illust Riim founder by institutions which have been Able to reconcile the Union with Liberty. This in Koltas been faithful. I it has exhibited to the we Radthe up Scala Leofa Prosperity without sex Anaple in the annals of history., it would be do Tlora ble that after so conclusive an exper inc cd the United s ales should a hurried in to n Bra Aeh of the solemn compact which up to this Pitne has made their lower. In Spiliu Oftie diver Tyhof their >>nstitution.s, and of their interests and perhaps even of their divers pity. Providence seems tour a them to i we loser the traditional a Bond which is the basis of the very condition of their Puliti kit. Esi aes. In any event the Sacra Fly a which Urey night impose upon themselves to maintain it a comparison with which would bring after it. Unite Ltd they Puii fact theirs Elvis insulated they Are partly. The struggle which a a happily has just Arisen a an neither he indefinitely prolonged nor lend &c., due and unpaid in said of duty and that he be allowed ten per Dent on such collections the Board Mcclin a to Reid in Rise the City of fort Wayne for expenditures in erecting Barracks. Allotted Michael Crow. Isaac Hall and John Shaifer each $27 Lor services at the present Lerm. Allowed Joseph a. Stuit sheriff $13 50 m Baliff during the present session of the b it Ard. Adjourned till then i term in course. Order if ca.1ip. On the 11th inst. When col. Bis received the notice of his appoint inane a Coson a of the 2l the regiment now in Camp Allen the order to enter at once on his duly he proceeded to Camp and was Che fully received by the off leers and soldiers. Lie found capt Whitman s company in a state of disorganization and other disorders incident to a Camp without an officer of full a i thirty. The company of capt. Whitman Only a part of one was dissatisfied and the of i themselves Many sooner or later it will he necessary to come to a some , whatsoever it May be which tray c4iuse the divergent interests now actually ii a a inflict to co exist. The american nation would then be proof of bigot Polit Sal Wisdom in seeking to a porn to such a settlement before a useless a Fosion of Good a Barren squander intr of ii try Igland of Public riches and act of violence a rid Fecit real reprisals shall have Coine to deepen an abyss Between the two or lies or the confederation to end definitely in their Mutual exhaustion and in the rum Fier irreparable a of their commercial and to Litiff Power. A a our roaster Connot resign himself to id Init such deplorable Antieri paths. His Imperial m a to still places his cd Nufi Denic Iii that practical Good sense of the citizens of the Union who appreciate so judiciously Sierr in Terr St. His Mij Sty is Happy to b Lieve that the met Birs of the Federal government and the influential men of the two parties will seize All Occas was and will unite id their Quot of flirts to Calm the Elters essence of the pay ions. There Are no interests so divergent that it May not be possible to reconcile them by Labouring to that end with a a Al and per Everence in a spirit of Justice and m iteration. Or within the limits of your in indy relations your language and your councils May contribute to this result you will respond sir to the intentions of his majesty the emperor in devoting to this the personal influence which Yon May have been Able to acquire during you Long residence at washingtor., and the con indexation which belongs to your character As the representative of a Sovereign animated a by Theoni to Friendly sentiments towards the american Union. This Unkn is not simply m huf Eye i an element essential to the Universal pm a to tical Aquili Librium it a motion to which and August master and Mil Tusia have Pleil ged the most Friendly ii the rests for the two countries placed at the extremities of the two worlds both in the As be Riding periods of their development appear called the a Lur Tural Community of interests and Emp Arbiea. Of we Kwh they have already Given Mutual proofs to each other. I do net we ii Here to approach any of the questions Whdeh Divide Ibe Uiti Tod threatening to go out of Camp and quit the ser vice. C>1. Bass promptly doubled the Gnu re gave rigid orders prevented the disorder and to Day investigated the Case after which he disbanded them and allowed them to choose their com pan v. Most want into capt. Cross Waite s coir Pany now quartering in Ewing s Ware use. Quot vhf night there was no getting out of Camp and hence no consequent tron Lea Between old hers and citizen a. This we feel to be glad of and while it is for the Benefit of the Soldier it is Ofa greater consequence to the order and peace of the City and from it we May infer that there will be no More Outra is committed with impunity by solders on Uno fending citizens. The sooner the Soldier is taught the punch Zillio of that occupation the stricter the discipline the More rigid the enforcement of every order the better for All concerned. It is a High calling and the duty now before every one is so or amp be and serious that it should forbid the idea that it is a Iroline or that levity and rioting should constitute the routine of occupation. Let the cause now Moscon right and the spirit of enlistment for the straggle be increased throughout the District. Or a letter from capt. J. Marcellus com Paret of company a fish tenth regiment of Indiana volunteers dated Elk Fork Tygart Valley Virg no direct to us advises i among other things that Mph a Stem a a citizen of deep River Lake county Indiana and lately a Soldier of capt 0. S company died some time in August last near that place. He was buried with the Honor of War. Let this go to Bis Fiu Nily in Lake county. Capt kit a pict report himself Well pleased with Active Catnap live. Words Are inadequate us express the emotions of my heart. I lie circumstances sur Rizun Dir me this Hoar the kindness of this Melc Ltd get and the flattering manner in which you have received Ino this Jay should gratify the ambit on of any of Ludiana s Sun. Cir Lonel Dumont i Miu it worthy the High Praise bestowed Mam me. W ii Tever has been �cc�.i2ipli.-ht-d by me at Home or abroad i owe to Yoo fellow citizens and to the influence of mar glorious . Thergis Taifu Liimol Titis tour , however saddened by the reflection that my old neigh Honit the Long pc Withful Public servant and honest Man Dau Ilas mail Une. And the devoted son of Indiana identified with All in varied Iii rests Oliver ii. Smith and also a your faithful Public , the eth tie it Wallace and Willard during my a to serice have away and i am rein Itulid of my obligations to Tho great Bern who tules us Ali by the fact that having had a personal knowledge of your firmer gov Fri him Lenn Wiigs to Hendricks Luy Noble big Ger aim Wii combo i am the Only one having Orvea you any considerable length of time now Alivo to wine is the sad condition of our beloved country. U one of the at errors of the pres visit Day is a mistaken notion of Sute rights. Time first and obligation of the i till a is to government. It is ibis which gives him the name an american citizen which protect him at Home and abroad. We seem or fathers a ave up to the neral government certain great pm a ers among which Are the Light to make treaties 4o declare War and regulate Commerce amp a. And the gov. Of Missouri Jackson assumes that the slate can declare War and form alliances is that not treason an user Pic Ion of the Powers of the general govern intent ? and Liat less is it for gov. Magoffin say that his love a of state sovereignty and state Pride would make him go with the people of his slate ? much As i love the people of in diam a and you have done Foi me More Pera than for a a a of your 8�ms no living a whenever you Shaul set at naught the principles upon which our government is founded d. By the right of a United states troops to pass through the state and shall claim to exercise any of the pow ers specially deleted to the general government the n i shall obey toy National and not my state govern in it we need s Jackson who when a Floyd governor of Virginia sent him word he would not allow Federal troops to through that state to put Down a South Carolina insurrection Tell gov. Floyd said the old hero the troops shall pass through and by the eternal i la Cut Hiis ears off. We of. An oblige air on our town ships counties and states which i 1 Toast full believe in carrying out Laii fully. We likewise owe an obligation to that National govern Tunt which protects us and gives us a Nane and character in every portion of the Earth. 1 acknowledge the and Seal of Washington Telfer on and Hancock who made us a National Union gave us a National name and the Powers Given to Thi Fedt ral govern sent must be carried out or there is no Hope Lor the stability of our Republican institutions. You were told by me Many years ago thai the first act of Public disown science to Law was the first fatal step in the downward Road to anarchy. We Are realizing this truth. When Davis assert a in Liis inaugural to Thi so called Confederate states the bloc Trine that our fathers formed a Confederate Union and not a National government we started on this downward to id this princ pie of a National exist Nee underlies All our i . What h-1� is there fur contracts Lor of any Kin where will you sex inject to find any integrity or moral Worth if this principle Tonuu cited by the cd it federate slates that any state May secede at pleasure and Des Roy the government from the passion or of the hour is cn3e Remigi sized and adopted ? Yuu May then shut up your , Cid Leges family governments and All your and you Are rapidly passing of the Road to anarchy and disorder. I do not Stop to discuss tiie question of the right of revolution. The states place their present conduct on the principle asserted by or. Davis. No Man can pretend that the a a ight of revolt Cir a can to any people who have the ballot lion and in Case having a majority in the leading agreeing with them on the questions at Issue if they had Tein nine in the Union. The question is what is our duty at the paint hour Quot Quot we All desire Pei co. We Tor store the government of on father. Tie Best men differ in answering this . One thing we should All do if we differ let us differ As american 3itizcn.s. We can do no by a ailing each other hard names. What is Thoj Frost of calling some men abolitionists ? my cd entry i a we Drift towards the sea of anarchy and it us to treat those who differ with us As citizens four r Public. You May expect Strong measures. You May look for Many things to arouse the passions of men War is a great a Lamity but there is a greater disgrace the destruction of the government and the principles on whih the peace and happiness of the country re Mise. Men talk of the suspension of the writ of hates co pit. Ii or. Lincoln Sli Ould suspend this writ in time of peace there is not a town ship in this state which has not moral Force or Power enough to drive him from washing Tom in an hour. There is a Groat difference Between Strong measures Ustel to sustain a Glt Ven Imei to and those used to dest of it. We Are now realizing the fruits of a Long and bitter controversy against Winch i have Long warn d you. One of the rest dts of the election of 1 a co was the placing of Ultra men in the a executive chairs of Many of the Northern and Southern states. The great masses of the people did not believe the would result which have or More conservative men would have been elected. Hence we have seen the difficulties the people have met with in carrying out Public sentiment Iti Many of the slates of the Union. My conviction is firm third there is a stronger body of Union men in the South than is generally known. 1 see no Way of reaching the True men of tie South but by breaking the Back Bop of this rebellion. The leaders of the rebellion control Public sentiment by Fonie threats and Over awing the quiet and those who desire Petite Unity May seem strange. Have you not seen a few bad men do the same thing in Many portions of the North. Yes quiet and Good men will not always Rise to put Down a lab. You have seen men publicly whipped. Jails com Down and men Hun by a mob in sight of judges and sheriff. Men with whom i Trilk say san to succeed in breaking Down the rebellion i say yes. It was to be expected from the Long time the rebellion been brew info. And the extensive preparations made by in la a a that we would meet with some defeats. At first. Such has been the result in All such contests with , where a portion of the people conspired against them. I do not expect to see any Southern people conquer this Northern race. One thing is most evident that you can not Point to the Page of history where Twenty millions of people possessing the moral Power wealth and integrity i of the North have Faiks in Audi a out oath nay nay. Yuu have Moro benevolent Ina Titu Lions More moral integrity it ind Power than half of the in pie of the old world numbering hundreds of millions. Our strength is not alone in Money and property it consists in those principles underlying the government of our fathers and we deserve to be slave if we do not sustain them in this dark hour of adversity As Well As in . I was not among you fellow citizens when our arsenals Revenue cutters Irod Customhouse were seized under false pretences of Protection of Armod Mohsni ail when Sumter was beleaguered and Sei Enty Brave men withstood thousands and at our Flag the Fla of our fathers and the Union was up led Down to traitors hut whore i i ill a foreign country 1 Beard but Ona sentiment of patriotic Devoti Orr to the Union from one end of tie North to the other and the great uprising of this per pie in of the country the Union the Flag was greeted by the people of the old world with one burst of astonishment admiration and pleasure. Then it was right to speak write and fight against this armed treason. Shall defeat alter the sentiment shall jul ii under cover of desk i say now what they did not then nay if it was right then it is now and an Hundred defeats can not alter the question. Yes my. , Tho first Spade of thrown up against was treason and should have been dealt with As ugh. And if we Hul had a Jackson at the Whiet House when Joseph l. Orr entered to treat with the president How set ugh Carolina might dissolve our relation to the Union he would have said Quot or. Orr there a door and a marshal to take you in Cus Tiff a there is More danger Day from a divided n4>rth Ihnn from anything else. A firm decided United North will Settle the question and that speedily. But we must not listen to violent miserable abolitionists of the North who Are asserting that the object of this War is to interfere with the institutions of the South. This is what the secessionists of Thi Simith love to hear because it unites the Josih jul t in proportion As it is believed. Fear and distrust Are our greatest enemies. Fir uness and conf Lence will fetid Victory will give Lis an United and Happy . 1 have never believed in the doctrine thai we can by two people and have peace. We Are one people or we Are noticing in the Eye of All Christi Hidin. Here is one Man who will never consent let others do Lus they May to a separation of this Republic. Shall we commit to our a Wildren birder w ars and fouls for All coming time shift we do the moment we become a two people. Look at the German nations divided into Little thu Edoms and principalities. Some of Theiu about the size of my Friend James Johnson s Corn Field. It is reported when Lef Ken Stein had raised her portion of the army Lor the dts tense of the German nation and had selected All her officers from general to corporals there was on Man alone left to fight the Battles of Leckenstein and one of them it is said is so Anali to to alter Pun Hasing the a debated for her defense could not and g found sufficient to Maks an Experiment with it. I have Here a paper weight on which Are represented the coat of arms of Machof the Small swis3 cantons. The inhabitants of these cantons differ in language and Region some speak French some italian others German and others still have a mix Tongie. Some Are of roman Catholic and others protestant Reli ii persuasions. The president of Swiss Republic on a Little salary of some $1,500 alien one Canton rebels Calls on the others to pit it Down. All Fly to the Resene of the come Mon government the Centre or National Republic. Thers have been secession to Bend Khich the United Force of the Loyal cantons put Down with a Strong and this Republic of Switz Rland is respected by the a Nicra of Europe and fetid is an exam pie of a United free and Happy people where Ihu rights of Ach Little sate Are secure under the Protection and Strong Arm the United Republic. Lot us have a he a Federal gov i Ament Sovereign in a hex end be of Powers preserving the rights of the slates in their proper place and nut have a compact is tween Strangi is to a rescinded at pleasure without redress. It us Nal Divide into innumerable Little Gover Mients to Small to preserve self respect too contemptible to b3 rec-oii�z-h1 ubi Oad. Loo weak to help ourselves when danger Shrei tens. We Are Jne people. Wito shall say to the great Northwest that the fountains of tiie Mississippi shall to the Commerce of a foreign country allow the principle of secession and Maine would be going out next lie Cavise the Quot Maine liquor Law Quot was not p is cd everywhere. The question is often what will the Govert intents of Europe join this contest do nothing m Long As we help ourselves. The great German heart with us in Mintesi for order and the supremacy of the us and c institution. I h a men talking Al out losing their property their stocks their All in i his excitement and War. You los Enoth ing while you have blessed institutions. What is your property and All you have and Call Good and valuable if you have no govern edit to protect the i you talk to the old Man a bout this Union is listens you Sec the tear Start in his eyes. The Young passes on full of like and vigor. Old Man dry up your tears you have reaped a Rich Harvest of glory in hav ing lived to Gray hairs under the teased institutions Given you by our fathers. Young Man weep Yuu know not what is in Reserve for you. As Yon have walked through the Vatican at Rome and the palaces of the King it and emperors in various parts of the old world and been Barnok by tie number of emblems ind flags of different nations which Are there , Many of them much older than our own blessed Star spangled Banner you asked yourself Why was it reserved for our nation to put the Emblem of the stars upon our National Tanner. Then you realized the full meaning of the response to the american two were tha flirt nation who looked to heaven for help saw the stars and caught the the american travelling up the Nile Anion a the arabs or among a Luios Barbarow. People of foreign lands when a question is raised As to his rights unfurls the Flag of his country in his defense. Quot americanist americanist Quot is the resin be and he quietly and freely passes Oil in safety the dying Mother in a foreign land after bidding Adieu to her Hub Anitad unconscious babe for whom she was giving up her life turned to me to ask that the Flag of her country the stars and stripes which floated Over the legation at Berlin might be wrapped around her dying form. Her request was granted and with eyes smiling in pea a upon t or Little family Ani the Dearo Del. Ebe died. Much is said about the Olive Branch of peace the propriety of a King the Southern so called Confederate states to Settle with us. 1 con fess i do not understand what is meant by this. I you propose to let these ple go you a e to agree to a separation when i know As Well As you do hundreds and thousands of the Brit men in the South Are overawed and Ihre Atenejr if you Uke South Carolina the motto exited of All the a states i May ask you. Where is gov. Aiken with his thousand slaves where Pettigrew the Ablest my in Tho state where is fairy Ani of others you hear nothing from such men. Do you ask me to agree to a separation while to o Hundred thousand men in rebellion with Anns Cannon and a strange Flag invest the Cape Tol of the nation do you seek to set the Exa Hiple for my children and yours that it is no and humiliation to acknowledge the principle on which the rebellion is founded which Dot san Guys All Laws violates and tramples under foot the solemn Constitution of our fathers it this contest for the supremacy of the Laws i ignore All party $ues and party platforms. They Are not Worth a he paper on which they Are written in comparison with the Constitution of the Union and the supremacy of Law and order. Tejke Foi your motto the language of the dying Juglas Quot when we live rescued it and country from perils and see Flag floating in Triumph Over every Inch of american soil it will then be time enough to inquire Aslo who and what has brought these troubles upon us. When we shall have a county and a government for our children to live in peace and happiness it shall be time for each one of is to return to our party banners according to on convictions of a Glit and duty., let him be marked As no True Patriot who will not abandon All a Uch issues in times like Iii Quot a Iii gentlemen permit me to thank Yoa for this Welcome. As Iii allow tue to return toe Hon of you tents for this Mark it f Roar approbation. Come air Ong Yon after a Long time i ii no my old and will mat Roii political c. Which were fronted in the a Sof and Dir Acker son. Thine Jet confirmed Jav of their correctness. In this hour of sadness Anglo Oil who ii to Many of our Btu a a tons Alv in the Field fighting Lor the principles of our Fik Tham and for the rest it ration of peat upon the Prinn Siples of the Constitution it seen a to me i would a a Recreant now if in and i heir i should paralyse the Arm or hold in Chr tit the Bravo soldiers in patting Down this rebel to a a Kentucky. The of decisive action of the Locsi Lafure of Kentucky directing gov. Magoffin to order the Confederate troops under generals Polk and Pillow to leave Tho state causes Patriot to rejoice. It will Prei in bloodshed and save that state from civil War like that now raging in Missouri. To us this is just what Wex elected when the people deliberated and the deliberation makes us Hope that there will be no action taken which will counteract the wholesome effect of the resolutions. It looks Well so far. Economic Al we Are informed by or. Bailey. Quarter master of the regiment of this place that the contract for supplies for the regiment was let to Robert Leard of Rumish ing Bee and to Sho Affer if comb All other supplies. The Price for Boef is a fraction Ofa lower than paid to Thoa. Irvin win supplied that article heretofore and of to Friday next on account of the stale and lbs Ether supplies Are not so cheap generally As were prices paid by Mil b. For the state r it will be unders Todi by this that the United slate will after Friday next be Reapon ble for what the state has been heretofore in the Mattar of Inions for Liis regiment. Or. Boley informs us further that the out for rations each Day per ,ha8 been Teda cod to 12 cents and 8 Milbie wet kid still gives the men a Saper Hun dance of Sud that too of the very Best Quality of food As we that is Well Dooe and Speaks Well for the sow Misdary. Simonson we was a Ihor zeil o raise an Arlilie Many in Tutt it congressional disc not he thus of Iii at 100 men. Go for him. There is so Naething More than common in the Man. Ton disagree eau it or son commonly Cal a i the Quot who irishman Quot enlisted some week ago in capt. Kurd s crib. Pany and Ever since till he Dea it Soo a Days a Aco he has been a Sounier of Soo Oyarce. On saturday he deserted. And since us at till to Day the scouts have been after him Wijt stones but to Day one4>f them came across him when he undertook to escape but the scout shot him thigh. The thigh and Broj it. Job Iii 4jfoiin. Was at once to i in to it hit Only Way to Ali a a a. The a la firt Cyion a to Xvi Stock association will hold .foir on the dts 9th, 10th Andith pc Tow to ext to which we Are indebted to somebody for a tilt get c Emp Imen tary. A a for Stich enter Privis by a it what Ever Itier irks Ever the in is of Chi Afija Kha Revor Ibert is of Patriot tii in the Heims of a a Irtz Elk to Rii i wait be a Row Seurt Bartia to imly a it a of Ici Tolotea Uin Diwi loss Iofik mgr the knowl Filpi of the startling Al that Kentucky a invade that her soil is trodden by the armed he cml is of her a on try. A a a we Dan Uris Tho that 11 they 4hk there is yrs Fri to Feypel. Aggras a Sion of states Suyop Kentucky they Are we Are Hay to a a Nance idly mistake it. What has a or happened a snot a Mantici iat cd and it is not wholly untre red for. invaders , or thars will soot a so Arnii of Loyal hosts As will Appal the emmies of the country. Of folks. Bum Tho old Peop say Wel what Aronld we do without them dots not a Mac i a better and Siron a in the Battle of life for having a Grey h did old father and Mother under the sheer of some Brostl saved form oils for Ai does of aet ii Robaire f beset leap half so hat the sight of tie Pines and c ranges that daily Deo irate his table As he does when the barrel of i cd str aked apples comes from the big Matvy Home dapples from the Oki Side Hiil picked by and scaled Mother and dirtied in a King hand a. The kindly old my of a a Hoise apples have a flavor of Home and childhood what ii event it is to the a Waters brow Stone mansions and Marble to have Tho old folks to Tomu of from the country on visit Wjt their old fashioned ways and antiquated snuff coloured garments and horror of All new inventions Ait Iid Dan Row is novelties we can but smile so Ien they blow a it the Gas and sit As Faras ppm boo from to Furnace registers for fear they Shoi old burst Imd Start every Tim the speaking tubes Are ois cd and Tegu to the water pipes As and wonderful Tang it a Sudi things make Moi Foel that their Day af4 general Iii Are Over even More than the Whit ended ittle grandchild and the Silver three in the locks of the son air Daughn who was their a Imp Quot on Obi yet there a something Beautiful in the re a Ilia term of by in Otter in Moranos. Of toe mar rvs it City life. The dear old folks As Long u their me Alite there is always an ont Irin or hrs or a a tax Joy or trial a re Ady exec so for oar Torblaa there is alms iome to whom we a a a till Quot the it a on a when the dec Toi be \ file aide Cluife is empty i Tad the violets Gre Wii Over the Jentter eyes Liat we Itel tie bitterest Pang of heart if Tat in a a Hie of give when4hiioldlblka,an ate alone fire Nib sit Roond Wiir Blystone. Enc i a a Ritof a to a in to Quot str flip the in Eie times my sent i in w dint Lani Hain dealer Are now the Union state ticket of Ohio. They Kri both demo tic pers and Are doing a i it eos thing a politic thing As time will show but it looks very funny to see the str not and Herald and Tho Blade running one tickets and equally funny to see the Plain dealer and the Herald of Cleveland lying Down together. It will go hard for a while though to say brother a just like saying Mother to step Mother. The Louisville journal on the of nth of Ali Iris to Kentucky. We make Tho following extracts from the editorial of the Louisville journal the revolutionary Guthuri Trero the South recognized the neutrality of Kentucky Only after their pm tips in the state Hall shown total inability to break up the position at the Iki lot Box re Cognize a to then with a Eon Kunfe Tion repudiated scornfully by the Toyal men of the Commonwealth have even in tins cent in Tion position habitually and , finally Ith the connive no a if not at the instigation of the leading secession to amongst us have invade our Borders Are fortify aug and reinforcing thei selves in our fastnesses and it May be Are at this moment drenching our soil with the aloof of the Brave men and a riots who have wished to o of defense. The authorities of the Natman have respected our neutrality the revolute it nary authorities of the South have violated our neutrality broken it up trampled it Itilio the it and threaten to disc Olve it in our own Bod. Fri Crinan Ami Columbus Hare fallen. Padu can if the Union troops in Possession of the town Are not promptly and la by reinforced May fall next and then or perhaps Long be fore the turn of Bowling Green and Hul Draugh s Hill will come and then Louisville and the state. When All this shall happen if Eyer happen which god and True men forbid the capital beyond dispute will be forthwith surrounded by an Arinsb mob Chim Orin it for an Ord Nance of secession and the legislature like the Virginia convention will be challenged to swiftly obey the clamor or disobey at the Hazard of the lives of the re Custant majority. A a a the batteries that frown from Chalk Bluffs and from the Heights of Hickman have silenced the last abjection to Slih unfurling above us the Flag of our country by the Gallant Anderson the rallying of kentuckians under that Noble Leader and that glorious Standard for the Fine of our desecrated soil and for the Protection of our Peri led Homes. A Yfe a Ritsul to the legislature before it doses the labors of to Date Wilt in Stone appropriate form request then. Anderson to cull he vol Teera of Keu Tacky to Hia Side and at his own Good Fen Are to Leoti them against the invaders of the a intr to we Marvel that the Lei a Toro did not do this on Bat Nlay. The go lure excited i Universal Amax in inf it Forin Ted tie sni act of Regni Tohl comment in every Loyal Carole. We cannot doubt thit the Prev. Pfow. John Voogd o. D. Do cd at fort Wayne on l7th, Rev Job a Bovill a. T>., for of in Vear a Fen a in Middle Larry cml Joe atthe age to. Pro it Hveem we St Hewi of Dir. W ukr honk a Teape table phys Cir no Caa Acihl by it a was bom Aag 17,1783. Uis san idea preparatory to College were mainly prose Eoto a under or. John Adas Fawn rata Frine pal of Phil up a Mem an Dove it. Mara. He in Fred Concan the age of seventeen. In Jine Hoo As a bpm by re a the a pm smoke Fatai Oate sept uhf Leo he Granun Ologie Al studies in id Kiker Pundy no. Them under the a re Uson of re i in Seffy we Lem d d. , Rev. Levi Slart Jjo a Luv. Or Phi of airen., h9.wsslicens at Hampton it in 10ds. He was Appolit. The Teriet of the Coimin of of Nair a Etui m4hefun, Merom a do. He cd new Daliis veebm�al�8��p�<� tember and a Telesi Attical Aleein a As aet a form do my be was Ord miffed v9 that be i Are Leith islet a both a a Anali a bad strength Unta #719, to a we Wpm tent in of Eligio and a Toosi Dorahle ii Kibur we a dam the a hit i be in As do Imam Quot f pm a Jet Cain my in 41 and fearless in in by roof Vigott a had most Steht pm Hubli air tie War a Nett those who have gone Lac i few 116 Teck into the Vii he Trio ii Job a it for Trtan Ding off Fra a the pm to Tittl of i Havi Eteoe a Abr Quot of wll ill upon a a a a still Nice a of it voice and Eft of Ber. App use / ism a Uritz Ning is la a a a a in a a it the love Rilent by those in i i duty to just we in and ant Riaf in Devi till la a a to la a. Reni snip air in i my for gun a a to ii do emment the Gray lit be Ettli i tilt w a bottle be twin of m to pm opt Midi a Sis As Nowey up no a conflict is Over and not Lili then Wmk hip Are again in a Sta a i a a item their cold diet and give a a for what the have done tits w ebb big pro in i hostility not Only to the Day a a a he a a Yohey Sam Bowie uni Sci in Quot at the South Bic a a <6 air is the Lete to Cei Wiotti is Hyt amp air a in a fort Quot at the a Ort. Chs Riis by convention rising a Quot a the chair cd to Fihar a a a a Tacq no a b Uke a my. Lution of the last Ihmoe Riis eco ump i he hoped b Ood the Hai of a tier Ali hold under Thror Preni Phis when do Fleete Iki Titi thus Bur of the Wah tilling of Luebs the . The Hab eos a a Rosand the was sulk a ent to done Tese Tahirih Tel he and Ione Niobe a face want id the a in to in pm did int Llma w b Vii tiros of tit of a nil it Haged Applan we my a Suomi on How but Sass Totlis ii i hts de Emoy. Tace milk a he by Isle mind i Dnny a Ilmoni to my Ion la a a ilex i the St to Torh twi fee Ami if they Heve ffel�b4. Fib or a a have relied a Pon a a Token a Fem of Fri Foj Tom ii a so a Jurij Waltimo Tsepui article on the of Cen song by. Impi bit to i ties Aid a Btu Leti Vinita Tottie to fori in a a ten Nien have Jim i peso Neil no cd it my the coast Foj of to a Raj a nil a ter. A win us to a am Asa w fort but thai is Boom within we been we Sims saw to cow lil in or tie i ibo big a a a a to acc Itse and a a a a i --iif�-.-,� Guterm Mno know in May re Cut Prospro a if in e inert in for a Ummi n of Ainy sort Contr Ita Motely Connee Iea a i pie Cater can leave est a the forts of held ave year Aem Uttz to ldi7, and a for to 1h30 a All eighteen a ears. Imm 1817 to in. For eight years he was prof of theology from lki8to m3> he was prof of a Ltd Lotc a4 end Lish Lite Maine and was the first to occupy that prof Nershi he was connected with a tide to teary College in All 97 vests no other teacher has been Cottec Ted for a log a those and no one has left Bis influence Moi indelibly impress e 1 upon the com Lvi Tien. Amp eth Bis Eha Raeter and Vire a ornament to the College and attracted to it the a a fit Renee of the Tommu Uii 690 san dents Eoas Fdl Ray More than half of the whole aloft Ingrad cited Wal la he was Here it Faas Heel lir Delight to Iek of Bim with affection and respect and they will learn of his decease a a we a regret. Uia visit a Middi Cory a the Jubilee in will be Long remembered the preparation of the obituary notices of deceased graduates for that be Casioa was work of Leve and Halarah tube last which he was Able to perform before his Ere sight called. Article will be valued so Long As the history of the Collet engages interest and feed and for the specs Mich thus Rory Ishu it or the rare Tatjie of the lamented author. The Are Cut temp alimentary Alln Ioas to Ftp Hough at the alarm Dionci in 119. Also attested the affectionate estimate in which he was Herd aft of leaving Middle Bwy is 1839, prof. Hong was employed for a time in the sir View of the colours Ilion society Sii Seq Neuy he resided in Western new Tahiti but in Jine 1 i he was itt it stifled pastos of the exarch in Windham Ohio. In a 9, revival was of oyed there and thirty a a pm re were add to the court a on another of Easlon Loarte a Persone were added to the do Orch on a i the in May 165u. He obtained a do a missis a with the View to a settlement in Luinis he was not however win settled. From this time Hia sight Gidd until he became totally Blind. From 1859 until death he re aided with his son John Hong. Or. Raq.,at fort Wayne. Ill. On the 1 Ith Day of be binary 1859, he wa4 called to death of his wife with whom be had lived of air half a Ernt from this time like strength i filed Espee Hilly from a want of exert in a on a scout of Bis total blindness ab9ut the first of july be was attacked with partial , and gradually rank until july 17th when Atter three or t on Honra of unconsciousness be was Rel amp iced from Earth Aud entered upon the higher life and the clearer vision of heaven. At the late commencement of Middlebury the death of prof. Hough was announced to the alumni and the intelligence acc lived with to kens of almost finial sorrow. Several of those who graduated during Hia a n Section into the College bore to their High and grate us intimate of him Asan Ina True Tor. Rev. Lyman Gilbert p. A class of 1834, remarked that be never Tigard any student speak Hong. reminiscences of his scholar so he related that president Davis declared him to both Blest Man he a Emmeli Quot id that Peri Dent Bates regarded bin Naa than of the first order both in the discipline and instruct tip a of the College. A follow Fri Reffo ution it reduced by Rev. R�fn4tqa�hman of Onell a us of 137, were resolve i that to we Hare Learned of the death of the Rev. Prof. Ilonga with profound and in Tuii Ipili ,0m n. We can whip them for est number of Gen Rix has forbid us Tinne thu i men of or Brown whip Jpn egg Iii by authority to pm so to i. Fiance. A jul a. Pro in a Siep will to i dirty taken Day. As Quot Quot a my by a surely to defer it would hint Thrig Short of criminal indecision. C a a Rolins of ecu Eil an important and in tills Rouege ver and highly esteemed and Berov As m ent Bama it tic the journal legislature for a Aud Manly teacher pro eminent in vigorous and facts amp a. The governor s mess with the Accomma True Potts a a preach dec of Riebke Rusness faithful and Nying document proved a Fiske. According to by a secession Cauca a was immediately summoned at which was present the principal secessionists in the state. It was necessary that something new should be tried. These Quel i4hown what was advised. Imie Oah Cus deliberated and resolved in profound seere by the results were communicated by Telegraph to the revolutionary authorities at Richmond and in the course of the next forty eight. B Jurs the Conlis crate troops in Tennessee had invaded Kentucky and taken posse Asien of the 1----- important Points in our territory now held by the invaders. Undoubtedly the entire thing j was projected at Frankfort. A the movement of Yeti. Grant to a ditch teat Riff he. It Ioa Tiem tary. A Ltd was not made in Hou Loo. Soon. If it had been delayed a Little Lon a the town would have Licen in the hands of the Confederate troops As Liick Maii and Chalk Blurb already were Gen Grisani s Punio Lamarion which our readers w Al the Occas too de i a in it a the conflict upon Kentucky soil so Tang she so Eahie stay desire rated Quot by is Hhd Idi Elk or is at hand. Pm re a the us Kottre Ami net with great promptitude and san Energy sifted to the exigency. And the people by the a end Lewt act with Corres ending prom Ili Lutfu and it Aca feed tort As we Bow sub massively to the Piv Ioe will in Hia removal a Rem the Earth a As we Mout a we tender on Heartfelt to the bereaved family with this tests Mottys that we have lost a Friend tii Ough Peath to him we feel Daliis everlasting Nin. A emf de that Trof. Saint w. Boito min be requested to prepare an obituary of prof. Hong to be published in the Middle Bury Register with the above resolutions and that copies of the Sime be sent to the Rey port Huml a i Etc Tow trek pm near 1� a if. My Gre As yet giving m to diff liw Idle amp a we have we Nib give Winmon a i i Dann 5,905 against Laak Jib. 055 sort deme i Emit 831k a towns is a i Ngy Simk Jim Krny mfg in it en�mof575. The eggs Pili thine in a min nb0w86we#1lelaw my a of urn num fio Zim War a Lovrity in Tomse Towas is i be in the a Itola Finto a hmm a a xxv Smisor is Otwe in Kiriy int Tom will be Numy Union let Swib neg it Pinhei in he by the rep it Lien my by York is Laurl Wlsh i a Iii 43 mar re a str so Fri Tkv Hwo the boil dbl is a Natian teds in shred. Shif mme in Tali a a joining by mind the amp it a a i a Bol a paper fms tie in of Hick u i6o a re As in fms Kia. The loss on this building Wib a imm mde Over $40,000. No. 43 was pm re Lye Mii mar fire and want air. Ren stat were also do a mini Mitt a Ger of destruction. A. I a the Home go Wendt Fomo Llue Ytit or Iii last evening his delegates to the by Neitte Akk adopted and him a it a syn of Wood the most Signi Flimie la Hli a a. Tanto whih Dediw Rurac Midy inti Fin of the a Matt Mhz Ihunt sri pee Tor party and w a in in a priv lib of of Tressah Elief 3. Uti in Pplk sept. 10.�?eight Praia we a Anft to St. Souid via morning. They were a a a Fin in a Iii uni Between to vehome Gmo kids Arlid tip i rebels at pm map in two of the rebels were kit Edi Nind in ski Remithe hut Dayten store of Tho re Beis Wem killed and 9t Taafe. A it no Law Olseene to Cuba two Shonto Waito tata with say Acde sept. 10.�?the people s Union convention Asci filed Here to Day. It is quite filly attended. Hopi Tho �,1. Alv of Ono i in we chosen temping Fiat i in in Tbs a How his re Marki be Laid a Haida Weacie if the de Ubych Iffatt pm to to a mall. A two Tiht of a Ink lib North to amp Nir feet a Beni Victory n to the Sta. Cor it to try 1i a hot and gig note Tilia a Ziy Par the a my Eppl Neefel Osti a it a or in a party St the and die a Lyles a a distr Voet marshal Mckinsley Spain skin the of of sols Avirea tofhdat99>lta� tothe effect that m butt a How Fra tween my to Day Jim Mcullo Ewas Ruperti of ism i Ond Bis tiber were in tirade or Vert Wiak a in Arkansas Nething definite was Knamm of Hsii Firth re move Dania but it Ibsen would Reb in near he Lino Reody to Tel in Een Cut Witk the Missouri troops is a cd mop Algi require Geo. Price had gone to reinforce Gen. La Fife. The United braces was at 7000. Ism card from Price was about 15 Miles font fort Scott Kansas. And a Battle was expected to tacit pm Aee on tues a of last West Nib Jack Sim left Sprintis a a pm tag in Tojo i the St Aldford is Oen. It Menli Mio cd a a Flag my on wednesday Usi �nd�tfati.>do�niidtr4dn Frank Fth 1lt�m to lit Iliin in to for in to a Mem vote Ainold Fife a f. To Iii he i of fils a a a a a a Lar Hen id Tail la a in Ali see Les

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