Elyria Weekly Courier in Elyria, Ohio
18 Dec 1849

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Elyria Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - December 18, 1849, Elyria, OhioElyria weekly courier. A. Go Tow editor. I x3tv Bix there in a Sauco Tok which Furt Listie of a out Riblom any or in Tain bids december 18, 1849. V. M. For the courier b. Hew York Cape the Gallows and the Penitentiary. Look at tire Hull of the natural history society. If any one would take the Rou ble to visit that Hall he would find four Bra Ken locks lying on the floor end the fungi Tore and fixtures of he room non inv demolished. Mun of the most Man Sonve been destroyed t lie die i cat belong 1.00 75 6.00 liquor per drink 60 common milk Fungtt snarl Small picks Sharp it one end Cir lot by bought for Jess than he Ujkaj Price sk1 a tied apply of dried by of suit Porlar cod fish and Niue whiskey per quart designed for insertion in the courier should be handed in Uncur or m Friday mom Iii while notices Ami not be delayed later than saturday Coon. Contents. This edition of the courier contains the first part of thu traveller s la it h letters from our townsmen in extracts from All Varie ties of political journals illustrating the spirit of the a new rides the usual variety of political and Gen Rrapi . Table for 5 Eta. Extra copies inc at our oratory entirely tin cups and tin Cost is each broken open and pilfered of their i intent ii these you will consider exorbitant prices and Tho Urc Nieves of the society scattered people Here say this is the easiest place or in profit in Over i tie floor. The Black living they were Ever in. Board Ima Bren converted into a card to Corner into n priory and the whole of it or propion Ltd for the vilest o by pertain poems who Are Well known in this Community. Even the Sanctity of oui Public churches has Chen violated by their rep noxious ices the Wiite Rof this is crud Lily informed by the Sexton of one of our that in addition to bolting the floors he is compelled Preston King for him. Thing Lisbon or an it Strunce iroiil1 Unic except n r n j c Klupt it who would in und others anted Ile to discover any thru correspondence. Be we have not 10 give them the other. As we Bave now got to pass when the Pap hey demand is a surrender or the principle upon which All republicanism is bused the probability is they have got to have i Benoia Der and we rare not How Quick that obligation is discharged. They demand free territory equal in extent to All old state to become slave that institution perpetual in count re and overpowering in All time to this they demand. On Penn la of Jit solution. Now where is the White Man who will listen to this proposition or be moved by this threat dissolve the Union in Welcome say we it the Politi i feel confident that i a Houkal organized these commit tees in such a manner no Southern Man Democrat or a lip would Bave complained of. I intended to constitute them of Init Ami just As though the factious Courjon of pal Fiey not led to the discovery thut the whigs of the North have no Tutund connection with those of the South. The Little Rock Gazette Ark conies to the Rescue of Southern rights in in article from the following amiable extracts Are abolitionist come within the Borders of in Iii Calro Liia if we can catch him we will try him and notwithstanding nil the interferences of nil the g Ovorn Inonu on pm Iii including the Many of Illren As John Rorri let them nil in enl Jovern Mcnac we will Imog hira.1 Jam ends which now hold us be such get their sunday clothes on for they would want to pee their daddy for the lust laughter he meant no offence to lip gentleman from Impi inn or Ary other gentleman Init Arlivid men who would have my fit of try Experiment. greatly concerned to have Christ preached j or find Moro precipitous. The Rock moral and serial benefits of cheap and rejoiced even when in pretence some postage by Joshua Leavitt. Preached him. Wherefore evidently nearly perpendicular two or three thousand feet. The Gold is deposited in the bed of the River and on its Banks in what tire Cal astronomic.-. to the More Christ was preached the by inf. Person. More he was believed and his doctrines Sunol the bed of Tho River of conc Clun of the Atlantic Ami the. More. Let then the Prate oct and these band bars rest on oceans by fails across North America by Frier ils of Universal Freedom and Universal i a lilt the bars Aro composed first of a by Engineer. Brotherhood rejoice that anti slav cry and tic hard red Sand lying immediately upon of rond corporations to 8nii-monopoly Are preached whether it be the or unite Thon of a11 sorts so the Public by k. C. Hazzard. Envy and is and As a Hobby to ride Zes of rocks from one to Twenty feet in depth. And reported upon nil constitutional questions without Rocjard to sectional or party Bias i was by n number of Southern whom j said that i Wilmot pro Iio. I Friend and supporter of Gen. Cuss and in pm canvass for Contr Sci was opposed by a Williot proviso whig of the Taylor school. I was called n Calhoun Southern Man advocated the doctrine of the Cass Nicholson letter with the exception of ill s is to the constitutional Power of Congress to legislate for the territories. Power i have never doubted Congress possessed. But i was in Envor of leaving the question of the institution of slavery to be settled by the people who might in habit the territories. In other i words i was for non inter Fern no. Since writing the above to have seen in the correspondence of the new York even ing past a democratic paper of estimable character b of or. Derailing All the incidents of the transaction. We have not Rota to copy entire but we time had been when the highest recommendation to the democracy of the North this is the used by or pres ton in the United states Senate nearly e Levin years ago. Such n declaration was perhaps at that Pei Oil 1838 orc Wlms premature but would it be 50 now then the spectre. Was though the Shadow he cast before him was Large enough to Darken All this Fuir the packet Seamer hib Ruiu arrived it Halifax on saturday morning the inet. Markets. Flour Selling in Liverpool by 23 a for lost Western canal Indi Ana. Corn is in very fair request at 64 for White and 26s for yellow Jar Quarter. Consols Bre quoted at russian Bonds i hunted to he Jalu was that a Man Cut rely to cd cell it Tomt any. But now the is Trou Glit Home to it our doom it is to the South Ding to lii1? Al Nanar that time had passed never to return. Northern pintle men must not iffy their folks at Home after in our midst g an abolitionist now no then telegraphic Despa tence received fat Ber Lin announced that the austrian Cabinet had formal protest against tie Ron pc lion of German my that Tho aus Trimi government did to the probability of an iut Croc rence by Austria in the of Germe the Samit Noco inf frn Lre. A the Prusi Ihn government had answered in by tie in lira icon hot ill not in our opinion do much f nod Lor Prussia would maintain her referring to the subject of disunion he j very few of these Clous fools will risk their i lice accounts have been declared himself a Union Man but if precious persons among us and the few and in truth i turned sure Riff a and beheld a tall Strait slender Man of pc hips some eight and Twenty 01 thirty years. Lie was but Gente Elly dressed in a suit of Kiark. Blue and bore the aspect and no per had seen enough of the world to curve through the balance of Bis Ca reer it the All opposition. His and Eimoce pleased me and i was glad of the pro pc it of having him for a companion for notwithstanding the Admi Rable regulations of a mounted and iry police of Prussia there is still sufficient danger to travellers in journeying through the provinces to make them rejoice at every accession to their i am for said i addressing the Are you Vas the Brief rep v As soon As i Dipti Tchoi this plate. Vill Mons Cui wait in a few minutes to was ready and we left the Bave some fifteen Miles to travel be we shall my compan Ion As Ive on the High Road and we Nuy As Well understand Cash other. Are you on bii3ine.i5 or pleasure Why in you is t you will know presently am on sibiness. And you am on business a replied. It is then our interest As Well As our duty to take the shortest path. That is my opinion. Is it very now iut us Chi amino the two v. Travelling is Clear find danger less but risk e dby fifteen mile Stonco to pass All of which ukr us till ten o clock. Then it will be right and from the present appearance of the sky As Black As pitch. That Forest that you Sec yom Lur to the left has two paths first leading to a disc the other of Sau Vergn. Hence to that Forest is but one mile Ard from hence to Berse by the p8th-in Turat Forest but seven Miles the High free trom . But it is Soven hours1 travel the Road Filo Ujah Tho Forest May be Dan is Only three hours travel. i am Suid i and Honvo no pc org. And f i too am armed find Lave no fears. It is then Deli Clurid taut we take the first route it is to set Forward it once. My portmanteau was Small and and i Slung Toyei my Back and it Hung suspend 4 did by n Belt running across my breast and y shoulders. This gave -Ji-oe1 use Case of an Emor Goncy As Well Enible with a Small no. San Der Blade now to get Thi Gold you have to dig and with its landlord his wife three sons and two daughters bids to Fieder ick and his police the inn of i repeated i have never heard of you never heard of it v reiterated my companion with u look of astonishment. Are you in Earnest Pei factly you amaze me. The inn of san Vernc for though a town of a thousand inhabit ants it ha1 but one is known All Over Prus Sia. It is familiarly known us the travel Ler s last inn Why is it thus known because the traveller who puts up at the inn of a Auvergne never puts up at another is the entertainment so Good v it is so Good that no traveller has Over been known to complain of it. They Are cared for and so Wall that to traveller who hns once crossed its threshold la3 Ever been known to leave it you speak of a Paradise not an inn speak of no pm Redisa i speak of a House of terror and Desmith 1 speak of the Trai Eilain s last inn to. A a cried a voice near us. A who Speaks cried toy companion Wheeling round and presenting a pistol Ilia face Iva Spale his eyes alive and Stern and his Frame somewhat agitated but his lip was firm Bis head boldly erect and Bis Atti tude taut of a hero. As for myself i was conscious of a nervous Ness that could tribe Bat from one cause on Earth fear. Who again demanded my com a Panioli i 0_, but no arts wer Cate minute pro awaited a repetition of the mysterious voice or n reply but neither came and we resumed our journey silently. But somehow or another we bad wan dered from the track in our confusion und we hat walked some distance before we Dis covered it Here was a it sinful dilemma. We Mast retrace our Steps till we find companion briefly. So said l in .1 fear minutes we come to to path bul it was wider than my companion and examined it thoughtfully then followed it with his Eye til it was lost in the distance. I were superstitious i should be icy this Forest an abode of he observed at length. This Road bus grown wide Sud Dertis or Clis Itie not were verging -7 and. I noticed became quite Paje and his lips somewhat Ruji Mulonas. In. To hat to i file main. Hero for a moment while i Cross if there be not another path if there by and improve narrow first then must1, be the one we Bave lost. If not he paused and his eyes met mine. Singly he is no Miller. He is too intelligent for that. His language is above his charac Ter. Did von notice any Sil hilarity Between his voice and that of the strange one that uttered those harsh mocking words a while Back it did not strike me did it you faintly. It was to test it i hailed him so loudly at first there was a heaviness in the tone of his replies that fell upon Ray ears ringing by like the other but whom do you suspect him to be hush not so loud. These Trees around us Are aged and their trunks Are Large Thucie arc Large rocks scattered around us too. For heaven s Sake be cautious and have your trusty weapons rend v at a moment s warning. Are in the toils our eyes had better be about uc.1 if i Terc be danger let be turn Back of laughed no said he bitterly. This path does or it does not Lead to Bersa. If that former the Man we met is honest we shall he there in an hour at the farther St and All is Well if the latter and the Miller it a Knave is Between us and Lergner to Cut. Off our Retreat but we Are two and hush if he be what my fears suspect rely upon it he alone. As 1 have said a i Twenty years of Aoe remember that we Are traversing n Forest Whoso Trees ars old in a Are Ion must come he had n request to make he spoke not Only for his constituents but for the when e Northwest territory Over the jeffersonian ordinance was stretched. When Southern gentlemen came to Divide the Union they would have to Bear in mind that the people of that country had a very Strong idea that the Mississippi River to say nothing about the Bank of inc Mississippi part of that Territo re from its Mouth to source. A laugh we furnish the water sir said or. R. Renewed laughter depend upon it depend upon if he Wanford now to raise almost As High n Climax is the Kentl Man from Vircinia had upon it that the Mississippi Civer runs free As Long As water runs Down Hill. Who Vonald come upon this Mission among us would not sufficient brains to do much mischief even if i hair throttles Esca Ped the gentle of Jack we fear the chivalry will not consider the Garette sufficiently Crl Hadox. The Herald s. A depicts with overwhelming the discs serous Catas Rophel that is about to be precipitated upon this devoted nation. Grasping Wilh a prophetic vision the appalling scene of carnage conflict reserved for us it predicts Tho Mig hts Union and front of South Ern resistance id us bees Wax dreadful us it f plainly that it was the former. Is this a of said Ray companion to a Raan on the Steps Wilh a Large pipe in his Mott i. It answered the Aro you its master no Monsier i am one Olts attend cats what i its name to landlord s f inn s the White Wolf Good we Are then ar1 horse walk in in my companion Laid his kind on my Arm significantly and we entered. The Man followed us and the door Vrain immediately re closed. Chapter the Well in one Corner a Large table in the Centre and a vast number of chairs and scattered through and ranged along the sides of the Walls. Behind the bar were two Nood looking be the Oiler rising but and Roomy hearing if. Lie is no woman und can the. L 3 in to the most rightful things without shuddering. Give us the name of this Ter Rible highwayman by All i bomb the name then gentlemen of this Man of a thousand name of this criminal hew in such utter Lionor and detestation throughout ill i mime of this terrible Man whose infamous history is in the Mouth of name of this monstrous being whom the Laws have Long since prejudged and for Whoso capture there is a Landing offer of Bree to balers to any Man or body of men who will deliver a m into he hands of a Nauis name of this Man for whom the prison yawns and tie , ruler my of a veiling com Panion with a laugh As he emptied Bis that is capital Beer Ila you know Liis name at the inn keeper with n. Sneering smile. Bold Well shaped , stumped them of an extremely masculine character. Tier were evidently could not apparently have been Over six or eight and Enty years of age. The landlord was ii Tang it the Large of Large and hollow enough to hide a thousand j the ear really engaged in foes. There Are rocks too Wilh As we he threw Down the paper and Rose upon us. He was Tell and i tout with a 6rje set of roman lofty vowgfaj., Bushy hair and _ an no if Jyh Wrinn males whose tall Stout Well knit frames and the other remember that the Forest darkened is we advanced Panion. Must hasten faster or we shall be lost. Ilai a is that Thunder p41 enquired. 6-v-f a Fil Ted "1" despite his Fraro ably agitated it to the warning cry of Nii j his Bijj As a ran Ric of Benevolence Irous look 111 Ere Ensi Mue me of Tomt of my com t quivered and of electricity out Post Wolf. We Are so exiled. In god s name the Fri rest grew Darker and Darker we clashed on we perceived lights gleam ing faintly through the Trees. At the same moment we heard the Echo ingot Many feet like that of an of mils leaping ten on excitement. Our feet met under j 1 o _-___1 through the Muscles of my companion s he seated him f with some mys on the. Earth behind us. They Are upon us exclaimed my com Panion. Each now for himself. God protect both Farewell 1b table and his pressed Triine significantly for s moment and then immedi Utcy withdrawn. The food that we called for was set and on if racing with before is together win flacon of _ to l t .1 1 Mai. I f of i o the wind. In the gloom i mime out to Dis Cern his form just distinctly enough to Fol Low in his Wake. Aloud Roar behind warned me that the wolves had become aware of flight. In my terror i lost sight of my compan till i Beard the echoing of his footsteps and plunged on. -.1 saw the lights ahead Rily larger and larger. By this 1 knew i was gaining on them and that deliverance foaming ale from which we filled our Long narrow glasses As we Dianni Uhd our meal. Frat a Tiger friends astred our Host sea Ling the Short distance from a the King still reigns in my companion Thi Catena in his 1 Prussia replied King up and c better a laugh the was near my strength was giving out but i dared not shout i dared not halt. Life and Hope in a to in t t to .1 j were before the wolves and death is re mysterious d me have Hind me. The terrible a Nemier in my rear of not ? said i with a terrible sense of so close upon Mai that Al could Bra them Plant spending evil. In Ribeir Chase. Impending if Energy j a strife old tale he has ate Ning that to my knowledge these but he Speaks Jemp Ial tiny dem y will soon have a the Ify Inmond a perfect con meaning und in which the Laws Are so you dragged in the that i have heard so eloquently i could not help recalling it. So you think there is now Hope that Prussia soon be lid of for whose capture and arrest there is a standing Reward of Thice thousand to balers of course. He is the greatest Rose. In the country and now that the King has re solved to put the Law relative to criminals in Force. Ruder being the greatest of course cannot escape. Of indeed but How conies it that he is so Likely to he caught now 1 thought thai Hinler hns Norb Ceri in this country for the inst seven yes.rs.1 it in returned she inn keeper but i have Good authority for supposing that he has been seen Prussia within the lust ten a exclaimed my travelling Pornpan run with a slight Start. It is whence came lift news i read it As you came in in the paper 7 he name of he the Anhalt courier so so. On learning his arrival Why did they not arrest they Learned it not till he had made his was out of the town in which he was Mccog show us to our chamber.1 snid the inn keeper Vou forget your purses and your valuables.1 w int of them said my Comrade. You know it ii Cui Topiary for travellers on retiring for the n get of leave their Money and their valuable. At the Jav daughters will give you a receipt of then. In tie morning you will return the receipts and again receive your deposits said my companion winking at to silly i have nothing to leave. In com ing through the Fores the wolves made for us and we were compelled to throw everything that Tooi in the Way of our flight.1 but Yoo have. Pistols by my Faith nor any thing the i Rolves made is part with save change enough to pay for our lodging and n meal or two. Good Ninl-t.1 Good returned the inn keeper in. A tone of disappointment. We followed a Young Man who preceded us with a lamp up three flight of stairs to a chamber having in it a Large double bed and a Small dressing table that be a tween two chairs Man set the tamp upon the table find asked us if we had any further orders. Said my companion. The attendant then la nihed alter care Lessly closing the door. Concluded next week irined letters to the morning chronicle state that Prince recently pointed out to the prussian government the i Likely to arise Rioin the convocation of parliament and insisted on the revolutionary tendencies to which i would Piru Rise and the reaction that be Felt not Only in the austrian states in rus Sia. Subsequently Prussia replied that she had duly weighed All those but hut More elevated and in urged her to Pei Esver As regards acre and she would know How toy it Austria has gone a step Farl hex p01 Well informed. I have Austria has intimated to Tomt to an ice More on Jie red to new executions. This is abandoning Trio four Sof the or Routis upon which the Cal Craft party Eft need capital As in example of terror to the Well disposed their private Hanainy. Would be simply As Riewer hear John Suid our main arguments u not lie present system would Sull remain against the Pyi Vare hanging whist in my every Ursu mint upon vol Vieli hitherto been defended been ire overthrown. This notion of secret executions in oui is monstrous and con never be entertained for a moment by the people of this country. Or. Warthe movement said some a cars ago the Jii Duroe Verc in Envor of capital Puni Alicent. With in last three years before. .1 comm Zifcu Leader of of Init e blow iie4din? l l Hall Means Viiu Ophof the Metho list episcopal Church have a circular to All the conferences strictly in he was recognized then by Niz tid. Ila Comrade then the authorities Are it is Toj of inferred by Titis time on his track doubtless the Reward is great and the Highway Man is without inn keeper Bent myi compaction with Wist see ii Money arms or upon me a triumphant smile apr however. Caving his eyes Down did not perceive it at length head fail gating the i or tie literal Observance of Llie Rule prohibiting dancing and participation in fashionable amusements. Members of the Church or forbidden of Dan ring in thir houses even though they clo not participate. The scribe Send pharisees of the Olden time who were do scribed by an unerring witness is straining at gnat and Swallow ing a ire not of thong their Succes sors in these latter Days. Tie presbyterian general Assembly old at a ses Sion comparatively recent passed a grave and solemn denunciation of dancing As n heinous tin and at the same session adopted a formal Resolution that it would not be for the edification of the Church to take any action relative to the subject of slavery. Freeman. I t f from Iho London Etfer Alil death. Of dying must be distinguished from for when life declines. As death is final san death comes on. The prostration of disease like healthful fatigue engenders a growing of the transition res enables Tose lofty of Llie House of when thei was Asken on the subject. Lord Beman gave no opinion at All Ifould he nol have de claimed i m favor of it if he thought it it right or. Tii Tice Maicile ave opinion. Jar. Justice Coltman we l Opin Ion again set. Cheers or Justice wik a one of the greatest lawyers the Roii Norv produced was not for punishment. _ he Spicl the Obj cimons were great and then the chief Gustke said that he was not far from being a Convoy to their hear hear or. Crampton. Of the in ill Bench abstained from giving tiny Opin Ion. Or. Perrin. Was decide ulv of opinion a Pirri should be Wisd Baron Pigot was decidedly against it. Herras much mis taken if in the. Recent Al eviction Erny to Cir pit punish Vincnt on tile Judston by Rich. Rev ii. , of Zion cd allege in orthodox Shine. Said there was no command in the holy scrip Tures to Dike a Man and him up to a Bare. The words so much relied on who Man s blood by Man a Hall his blood be were a Mere hear hear upwards of five Hundred of the clergy were in favor of in abolition of death the archbishop Ter Bury Suid it was a matter requiring Muculj consideration Tho Bishop of. Winchester thought it would be better for a Little Vic while the. Bishop of St. Cordially concurred with the abolition an opinion which had Bee to shared or. In supporting tie narrated some severity of the Law and of its extreme Hud been in i7go, were Button Iron Irr five. Or. Turf inc Heath Sente for cutting Down Day to p i v

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