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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 18, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana It Fol. 16-no 7,fort Wayne Indiana saturday August j8.1855. Whole no i1�8thomas Tigar. Edito hand put Blister. T office a Corner of Pearl and Calhoun Alre Elst third Story opposite. Kiser vow Del ureter annul in Advance two dollars fifty cents at Theondoe six months or three d pillars at the enl of the year. N in p Par discontinued until All Irea rages Are paid up except a Quot the option of the publisher. V at one Dollar per Square of ten lines for the first thre weeks and half that rate for subsequent insertions. V Tothova who advertises by Itie year. Sec cute with neatness Accra car Patcho the most reasonable tet or. Rogers office on Corner main and Calhoun streets Over if. Evans amp c6s store. Fort Wayne sept. 19,1853. P6md21 life insurance. Of states Elife insurance a a inn buy if a Mil company of Philadelphia. B cheiduhti., u 5 na8iau�teet,new York i 48 a amp treet new Orleans 5� second Street Baltimore 18 Congress Street boiton30 third Street cite Cinatl. liable for losses,jan.1,1853, ss06,029.004. The Cash system the Only site sound and sensible gone Tor either a company or its insured members lad a perseverance Inri id application of Correct life a Flaurance business have resulted in the most eminent Access of this c Many. Cincinnati Board of trustees. Joh i l. A tier Preiti Jpn c. E. Topper m. D., surgeon to Oculi St. Office Corner of Columbia and Cal hour. A tire Etc Over g. Wilson s store where he May b bund Day and night by those wishing his Aid in Medicine or surgery. All diseases of the Eye treated by the most approved nor tical practice. Fort Wayne july is. >2 or. Woodworth has removed his office to his House on the Corner of Clinton Aid Wayne streets directly Backof the is presbyterian Church where he May be found when not professionally engaged. Fort Wayne feb. 23th, 1854. 34 John w. Mossic . Evil links. Balos to int Cameron Robert Moore pc pity secret titty. S. O. Bay less Assn for fort a Vaycie. K. P. Vyres. . Physician. Aug.-2711., 1853. Y�?8 Ricl Jan Conkling 8. H. W. , w. M. A Tisron Al l re mint views a tuft Jolia bvan8.medicated inhalation by this system thousands have been cured consumption asthma bronchitis and Kim Obed diseases. A system of treatment which originated at the Brompton Hospital for consumption. London and successfully practice by or. T. E Kinget of fort Wayne late of Sandusky Ohio and formerly assistant physician to the above Hospital. All those of fluted with the above named diseases Are invited to Call at my Vilice on Calhoun by Corner of Pearl fort Wayne Indiana of apply by letter and obtain a circular freehand i will give the most convincing evidence that diseases of the Throat and lung re Are no longer incurable. T. E. Kinget of oust 6m45 and physician or diseases of the lungs live co to those suffering from diseases of the Throat and lungs by the direct application of medicated vapor to the seat of the disease. Consumption asthma bronchitis Etc., Are quickly and permanently removed. Thus thousands have been restored to their families and to health after eminent phys Cinns had left them to die. T. R Kinget m.d., Oculi St and physician it disease of the lung. Office Corner of Calhoun and Pearl streets fort Wayne ind. Refer to b Saunders efq., and c Whitmore Esq 6m45migemai notice or. T. 11. Kinget a Bleclic prac Milioner of enlist and physician for diseases of the lungs. Dunces of in and responsible Lite insurance com tar. K. Having permanently located himself in Janies in the United states is prepared to receive or the City of fort Wayne for the practice of applications for life insurance. _ _ Medicine in every department of the profession. Pamphlets containing rates of Premium and in a particularly diseases of the Eye and Chest Quot it is no More the the Oral duty of Man to provide the a prepared to treat All cases committed to his the daily bread for Liis family while he lives than it charge upon improved scientific principles without s to provide against their boing left Enn Lees in the t a use of deleterious agents. Four years ago or. K. Became a convert to Thebes owned system of Medicine having previously been an allopathic practitioner during a period of ten years. I As he condemns the allopathic principle of creating one disease to cure another by the use of Mer the Mutual life insurance of Stew York. Trinity building 111 Broadway. Net Accuu Ulit a Cash funds juy 3iii., 1853. $2,19 802. Charter Oak life insurance co., . Capital and surplus Over $500,000, pie undersigned. Agent for the above two of a vent of his death. Joseph k Edgerton age7it. Fort Wayne sept. 12th, 1853. Ylo insurance Agency. The subscriber having received the Agency of the per t iia \ to live i arsenic pct he discards the practice of exp Tiqua Lustra no i Vul my Ali organs in order to strengthen them of Ilar Ford Connecticut by bleeding. Yet he is not a Thomson Ian. I prepared to Issue policies on the m just favourable i a or a a ban Donad therefore what is erroneous in principle find injurious in the practice of Allopathy Fri i of of a a . a inf a of �00 000 nil i he Banti once the name of arid Mast responsible companies in the Union. John fort Wayne oct. 30, 1851. Ii Sugii or. Yl7 i Ciplys of. As Weh As the Best and safest remedies for disease or. K. Is called an Eclectic physician Corner of Calhoun and Pearl streets fort Wayne. >48 from the Flag of our Union. The Mux privilege or How or. Tatnall Orer reached himself. In one of the new towns of Mune some thir g years ago lived a Man named John Tatnall. E was a close listed digging Man and never scruples to make the Best end of a bargain at All Points within the limits of written Law. He never hesitated to make capital of other people s necessities and any event that could put a Dollar into his till was All right to him. Once a neighbor lost a Fine of just at a time when he was in the act of fulfilling a contract for cutting Down and hauling out Timber. The contract was Worth a thousand dollars and he was to forfeit one half of it if he did not have All the logs in the River before the Snow melted in the the s it ring. The loss of his Best of would ruin him if he could not make his place Good. He knew Tatnall had plenty of oxen and he went to him and stated his Case. Now John Tatnall had a number of Odd oxen which he had bought to place in a drove which he meant to to drive to Market so he could have sold one just As Well As not. But he saw his neighbor s j j and he meant to profit by it. He would not sell unless he could sell a pair and not then without an enormous Price. The poor Lumberman begged and entreated but it was of to Avail. There was not an of to be bought for Miles and Miles about for or. Tatnall had bought them All up. The neighbor could not allow his work to lie still so be paid Tatnall full double what the oxen were Worth and took them away. Then it was that he happened to think of his Odd of. He knew it was better by far than either of those he had bought of Tatnall and he drove it Over to the cattle dealer s to sell i As he had no use for it. Tatnall offered him Twenty dollars for it just one fifth of what he had obtained for the Yoke he had sold we will not Tell the conversation and bantering that followed but suffice to say that Tatnall got the of and that ii the end he a profit of just seventy five dollars off his poor and hard working neighbor. That was the character of the Man and All his neighbors knew it. Yet he was respected for he had Money and Many people depended on him for work though their pittance for such work was beggarly in the extreme. Or. Tat naps farm was situated upon quite a Large River and he owned to a great extent on both sides of it. When he bought there he had some faint idea that at some time there would be a Mill put up there and thus greatly enhance the value of his lot for there was quite a fall in the River where he owned and a most excellent Mill privilege was thus afforded. But he could never build the Mill for he had not the Money to spare nor had he the Energy. About two years previous to the opening of our Story some men had come to examine the fall of the River and they talked of buying and building extensive Mill works. Tatnall knew that if such was done the value of All Good land about him would be advanced and he bought up All he could so at the present time he owned not less than a thousand acres. One Day in Early Spring just As the ice had broken up a Man called on Tatnall and wished to examine the Mill privilege. His name was Lemviel Farnsworth and he was a Man not More than thirty years of age. Full of Enterprise and integrity. Or. Tatnall accompanied his visitor out to the River and after examining the premises the latter expressed himself much pleased with them. Quot of exclaimed Tatnall Quot this is just about the finest privilege in the state. The water Power cannot fail and you see there s Power enough to drive a dozen and he clasped his limits together Jast As who age he had a helpless Man wit in Bis grasp. At the appointed time. Or. Fun North returned and with him came his partner a Man of about the same Iago of himself named Ridge by. They went ont and looked the place All Over and at length they concluded they would pay the seventeen Hundred dollars. It was a head sum much More than the property was Worth but they had set their hearts upon building the Mill in that Section and they Vris hed not to give it up. Quot a gentlemen said Tatnall with a Bland smile after their offer had been hat do so. But remember the Mill prior legs is yours if you want it and will Pat a % Mill without Cost provided my offer does not sait the two Young men went away about nine o clock but they Felt sine the should take up with the last offer though upon a thing of sue extent they wanted time to reflect. On the next morning Early or. Tatnall was at Winthrop s door. He wanted to buy a Large lot of Intervale Woodland which Lay next to his own on the River. But or. Winthrop would listen to nothing of the kind. Or. Tatnall held on for he Felt sure of the Mill being built on his own Laud and he wanted All the neighbouring. ,. Price was not a fixed one that was Only a sum lumber. He swore at Winthrop for Quot his named two Days ago for acceptance or rejection Stincy Quot but the latter Only laughed then. I gave no claim or refusal. I cannot sell that afternoon messes. Fain Worth Andriede a attorneys at la w l. M. Ninde attorn. Law Orfice Ohn h0ugu,. And Colix Sellik at Wayne Indiana Orner of Alain Calhoun streets. Y2g for that Quot Are you in Earnest asked or. Tamworth. A and for what will you sell now Quot Quot you May have the whole Tor Twenty two Hundred Quot but sir Quot said or. Ridgely Quot that is monstrous. The Mills May not return us a cent for years. Why sir for six year at least you will certainly make More by the Mills than we this is looking further ahead than is needed Quot replied Tatnall Quot the property is Worth what i Quot but Yon will take off something Quot Quot not a single cent less than Twenty two both the Young men saw that Tatnall was trying to overreach them but they did not give vent to their feeling for they wanted the Mill privilege much. They had examined the nature of the land up and Down the River and they had found that for Many Miles it was a Rich deep interval and that such works As they meant to put up would surely make a Large Village there in a few years. And then the Circum Jacent Upland was Good being beautifully undulating and bearing a heavy growth of Oak and Maple. But they were not prepared to pay a sum which they know was Only forced upon them through t heir necessity. Many a Man would have almost Given them the Mill privilege in consideration of the Benefit that would thereby accrue to the other property but he cared not w that. The result of the conference was that the Young men wanted u week in which to consider upon the matter and make a final decision in regard to it. Quot very Well Quot said Tatnall Quot you can take As Long As you but you will not Rise on your Price again added Farnsworth. Quot Don t know about that Quot was the response. Quot the offer i have just is Only open for the two partners conversed to Gether in a whisper and for a few moments they had a mind to accept Tatnall s offer. They saw they were completely a within his Power and they had read enough of his character to be assured that he would Rob them of every Penny that if he could do so under cover of Law. But the Mill privilege would be valuable to them very valuable and of this Farnsworth spoke. I know it Quot returned Ridgely Quot but you must remember that it is our Energy and perseverance that will make it valuable. Let us think for so they went away and left the matter fur settlement in one week. Or. Tatnall rubbed his hands when they were gone for he Felt sure they would come Back and he had up his mind that he would have just Twenty five Hundred dollars for the lot he was to sell i the next Day the two partners took a stroll Down the River and at the distance of seven Miles from Tatnall s place they came to a place were a sort of Bayou or Inlet up into the and stationery. / i l Hill has received his Spring and summer a Supply of books and stationery and has now on hand the Best Stock even of tired Lor Saie in this Market. It consists of William . Of very description used in this Vicinity and offers a a i Ivice hem at wholesale or retail. Country merchants Hough j w in Al i will do As Well to buy of him of to go East. coat i Emorit at Lau Law Quot Quot Jav a 1 Standard Law books and has Taci lilies for ordering t Wiir ,l�d., a anything in this line that maybe wanted. Will Etc Nuto All of a a medical books every thing in the medic Neir care and will Lin of a Standard character can Bead at Hill s Book he 0 11.cuiig and securing of debts i miscellaneous full Supply of i All standards works together with Alliie Standard i poets Are kept Constantis on hand and new miscellaneous books Are received As soon As published. Paper. French in gush and american Cap and letter. Pm per Worth from one Dollar and fifty cents to five dollars off Reum. paper. Wrapping paper printing Anc Ilar Wurt paper he has always for Sale. "1 see Quot returned Farnsworth Bat he did not prom curiosity followed this up and found it to express All he thought. He merely of in about Twenty rods and then turned that the privilege was Good. Quot if i buy Here Quot extend Down some Quarter of a mile almost he continued Quot i should want some forty or fifty parallel with the River and there it ended in a acres of land to go with the water lot for i deep ban. Opposite this Point in the River should want lumber enough to put up All my As a Steep fall of water but no thoughts of buildings and some besides of my own to com building a Mill there had been entertained on Mence work account of the Rocky rugged nature of the Quot you can have All you want Quot was Tat Ralfs shores. But this Inlet seemed almost Cut out by reply and shortly afterwards they returned to Providence for a Mill. By expending one Hun the Bouse. Red dollars at the outside the Bayou could be a a now what is your Price Quot asked Farnsworth gut a the River striking the Bank about after he had declined to take a Glass of rum fifteen rods below the fall and there Mills could tale. 111� i. A Voun references. fort Wayne. A it Vitor i e amp David , it ,. a Quot go Vav. A. Olih pc co.,. H , co a ,,, be Quot he Liend amp a w. In. It it Liina Cincinnati , Esq. Quot pol it i French minor a lire it till t a vend so co�5 wik of on co., Lia i Iio. A y Ward amp Noy we Vav. C fort Wayne l it Rizig m in it Ltd a Mii Lajo a. Vav amp Al got Quot Quot a jail Fairl Honi of t he i a in j Cdr Cibij Cir Ltd to and. A r Cyk Ite ---5�?------,. A a a be Allori Feyad amp Oun. Ella at a info win. A prays it in t hcc.ur�8 he Hasal Ojust received a urge lot of fancy articles and Vil Laido us tend fruit cute Hii care Rio Hon David in i of log. William to Otto i in Liana a Niverth Sam Elhanna. Farsi vaunt. Hamilto Samuell. Nugg. Deia Tvr. A office a of Clinton Street two Doofe Nort he of . A up. Randall. Attorney Anil a i late and. Van to a in cao7ie�ry. Fort Wayne Indian. Office on store. A a l Abr Fenrir ,jun.,.tf�rn�yand contello Quot attend Totsc coils Tion \ jul i intent or securing of debt the payment t Ixer pure one and a Nie Briandi and l . L1sr>rencei Moitre w. . G. W. Ewing for Titaya a Quot , Quot 6. Hai affy he Oti Vuoch Alfrod hot Fri on r i c h a r d a India Dnapoli t Veie York. W. , Alex. Kevant Quot Jos. Jamie icon y a a j. It c. Jon a Cine Innabi Oki f Ovir a a Corner of Pearl and Calhoun Street under he 8oni.n�l of flies. Medical notices. Homoeopathy. Or. G. W. B Wen homeopathic physic Iain and surge ii. Of Fly Over staph Ford s store on Calhoun St., fort we ind. Dec to. Or. C. S. Smith fort Wayne. Office on Calhonn Street recently occupied by drs. St to is and a Woodworth under the Sentinel office. F Jet Wayne july 7tfa.___ y�?1 i. 0. Amp Mary f. Thoimas. 5uch As Furfero Wood and mahogany writing desks portfolios card cases ladies port monies and gent e Raveling cases together with the most Beautiful articles of All which the ladies Are requested to take parti Tilar notice of Viz a a splendid lot of ladies Cabas of the latest and mos fashionable style. Paper hangings. He keeps the Best Stock of paper hangings window shades and fire Board prints n the place. May 12ih. City clintois.St., worn h fold tue canal filhe subscribers will Purchase any amount of i wheat at the highest Market Rares. They prepared and ready to i Lour promptly any Quantity of wheat on the most reasonable terms. Farmers who have custom work or wrists to grind will always find one More run of Stone in readiness Tor this purpose All kinds o bread stuffs ind Mill feed tit Al time for Sale. To Auland amp Comstock. Fort Wayne aug. 3. 1850. Y5 a Chei a banking and Exchange office Casio in at. Two doors North of Spencer Thuee fort Way a id. References a p. Eroe Babii 64 Beaver Street n. Y. M. On son Gashian Branch state Bauk Toledo of. R h Gilson Defiance o. We Seamans Lafayette ind. Exchange on new York sold at reasonable collections promptly attended allowed on time deposits. Ply 12 which had been poured out for him. Quot Well Quot returned Tatnall thoughtfully i Haven t thought much of Selling for i have had some idea of putting up a Mill there this was a Lale Hood but then Tatnall said be built and be not Only free from danger from freshest but with enormous Power. In fact the water Power could be As extensive a necessary. And then there were other advantages. In the first place the building spot was Superior to that of Tatnall a and then it left by called upon Tatnall and informed him that they had concluded not to buy of him. Quot very Well gentlemen Quot cooly returned he for he thought they were Only trying to bring him Down. So they returned to leave and As they bade him Quot Good by Quot or Tatnall turned Pale. He began to think they were in Earnest. Quot Stop Stop Quot he cried Quot Are you in Earnest a aint you really going to Pat up the Mills Quot not Here Quot but but a Don t be in a hurry. Perhaps we can come come in. Let s talk the matter Quot ther is no need Quot answered Farnsworth Quot for we have up our Quot but perhaps i might make up with your offer of two Quot no sir Quot Quot but hold on a moment. I declare rather than have the thing blow Over now i would come Back to my old offer of seventeen Hundred Quot no sir. It s no use for we Don t want your Quot but the Mill privilege Quot Quot nor do we want that Quot but Quot cried Tatnall in a Phr Ensy of alarm Quot let the land go and take the water privilege and give me what you like for it Only put up a Good Mill there even if you you take it for a nothing Quot you arc too late sir Quot returned Farnsworth. With a look and tone of contempt. Quot had you at first acted the part of a Man. You would not Only have got a Good round Price for your water privilege and your land which we wanted but All your other property would have been enhanced in value one Hundred per cent. You though we were in your Power and you would overreach us but you will find in the end that this time at least you have overreached yourself Quot John Tatnall shrank away into his House and he had a bitter Pill to suck upon. The two Young men returned to Simon Winthrop s House and informed him they should accept his offer. So the papers were at once out add messes. Farnsworth Ridgely amp Winthrop commenced business in Good Earnest. The Sawmill was commenced upon immediately and at the same time men were set at work cutting out the canal. No less than eighty men were thus of plot de. And the Quot store Quot was built at the greater part of these men took pay for their work in land reserving Only enough of Timber on it for their own building purposes and by the next summer those of them who had families moved them in. The grist Mill was put up in due time and by the second autumn quite a vile Lage of snug warm log huts had gone up. After this the Cooney flourished and grew. Great numbers of hand were employed durin Quot the win the Lnla Dophia slave Case. The Fiuta Oftle i Case so much misrepresented Are As follows Quot the Hon. John h. Wheeler is a citizen of Nort Carolina he has been for some time american minister to a foreign Power. He has been at his Post in discharge of his duties and was returning to it after a Brief visit to the United states. He is the owner of three coloured servants named Jane. Daniel and Isaiah. Quot he was proceeding to new York on wednesday the 18th, to embark for Nicaragua and when on Board at the wharf at this City with his three servants the respondent came on Board and asked those servants or one of them if they would like to be free. They told him that they wished to stay with their master when the respondent and fifteen or Twenty coloured persons took them forcibly from the custody of their master the two boys cried to go Back to or. Wheeler but the respondent Here one Passmore Williamson forced them Williamson who forcibly took Possession of the negroes against their will was brought up before judge Kane who decided m follows waiving the inquiry whether for the purple to of this question they were within the territorial jurisdiction of Pennsylvania while passing from one state to the other upon the Nav Gable Waters of the United states a a Point on which my first impressions Are Adverse to the argument a i have to say 1. That i know of no statute either of the United states or of Pennsylvania or of new Jersey the Only other state that has qualified jurisdiction Over this part of the Deleware that authorises the forcible abduction of any person or anything whatsoever without claim of property unless inlaid of Legal process. 2. That i know of no statute of Pennsylvania which affects to divest the rights of property of a citizen of North Carolina acquired and asserted under the Laws of that state because be has found it needful or convenient to pass through the territory of Pennsylvania. 3. That i am not aware that any such statute if such a one were shown could be recognized As valid in a court of the United states. 4. That it seems to me altogether unimportant whether they were slaves or not. It would be the mockery of philanthropy to assert that because men had become free they might therefore be forcibly abducted. I have said nothing of the motives by which the respondent has been governed i have nothing to do with them they May give him support and comport before an infinitely higher it Bunal i do not impugn them Here. Nor do i allude on Tho other hand to those a a , important following Cir Enlar has just been issued the director of the United states mint. Mint of the United states Philadelphia july 23, 1855. The director of the mint gives notice in pursuance of an authorization from the Secretary of the Treasury and in cons hence of the present accumulation of Silver Coin at the mint that from and after the first Day of August next and until further notice the purchasers if Quot Alver coinage will be paid for in Suver coins Only and not in Gold. The Silver offered for Purchase will be weighed melted and assayed As usual and the Standard weight determined therefrom in ounces Troy to the Hildredth part of the ounce and will be paid for As at present at the rate of one Dollar Twenty two and a half cents per Standard ounce. The receipt Given at the first weighing must be presented by the seller or Bis order and usually payment May expected on the Day following the Date of receipt or the second Day following. For the information of Bullion dealer country Banks &c., it May be stated that according to the above rate of Purchase the yield of various classes of Coin or Bullion will be about As follows five franc pieces 99 cents each. Mexican and South american dollars 106 do old Spanish dollars 105 do revolutionary or Quot hammered Quot dollars often mistaken for the True Spanish Dollar 101 do half dollars of the United states coined before 1837 521 do Tho same since 1839 to the last change of Standard in 1853 b2h do Quarter dollars Are proportionately less productive of Premium while dimes and half-dinio3 coined before 1837 have lost rather More by Wear on an average than the Premium would make up those coined since 1837 to 1853 will average a Premium of 3i per cent on their nominal value. German swedish danish and norwegian crowns 111 cents each. Old French crowns 114 do German florins 41 i do prussian and hanoverian thales 72 do american Plato Best manufacture 120 to 122 cents per ounce. Genuine British plate. 125 cents per ounce. These regulations will take effect at the Branch of the mint at new Orleans when the of Silver is resumed at that institution of which notice will be Given by the superintendent. At san Francisco the purchases May be paid special claims upon our hospitable Courtesy which. Or in Gold or Silver at the option of the superin the diplomatic character of or. Wheeler might pendent thereat until a sufficient Supply of Silver seem to assert for him. I am doubtful whether the acts of Congress give to him. And his retinue and his property such Protection As a representative of the sovereignty of the United states which they concede to All Sovereign ties besides. Whether under the general Law of nations. He could not a in a broader privilege than some judicial precedent m get seem to admit is not necessarily involved in the cause before me. Bullion is received to meet the Public demand fur Silver Coin at that institution. James Ross Snowden director United states Saint. Coloured Hen for office in new York. Two or three weeks since a Call was by the coloured people of new York to meet in convention a Troy on of september. The new York Herald fashions in foreheads. What to abominable fashion is that now prevailing of combing Back the hair from the lore head of children in order to give the face fullness As tis said it is a species of Domestic torture productive of no Good and ought Tobe discontinued. A High forehead is not a Mark of Beauty descant As we May upon the phrenology of full fierce Tive and Reid entire fact the Moat Beautiful women Are those who a Faco gives not the impression of boldness but a. Some very severe ter in Felling lumber and when it was sawed it comments on the affair and the following letter sweetness and if it Ose but the Effort to draw the could be rafted and run out to Tea by the High from one of the signers to the Call is the Cense hair away from the face As it naturally grows is tides of the Spring and fall. Those who came to Cut lumber saw the nature of the soil when the Snow was gone and they took up lots for farms. At the end of eight years the wilderness was changed into a Village and messes. Farnsworth Ridgely amp Winthrop were wealthy and . A flourishing Village had grown up about them All upon their own land their own three Mills were in full Nence to give to that face an in Leni nine and mule to Albany july 24, 1855. Pc or Ion. This a Pitej to those who to attain a to the editor of the new York Herald forehead torture their scalps by a t Al of in Stu 1 a. Cular comb which draw my the hair Strart i see the Herald of this week that you have makes the unfortunate bearer not spoken of the convention is to meet a Troyon the fir to to esd ayin i Cut in a the child will be. Notice sir of that convention has to appears operation their store did a j created a great taste and the tortures of fashion can possibly Ren Der her. A Ood business and thei and a Tiending Tim abolition friends. My White abolition immense profits. A school House had been put j Friend charge me with trygg to make from the up for three years and that fall saw the finishing m the abolition ranks of create a prejudice touch put upon a handsome Church. Against color the most devout worshippers at the shrine us to and where was John Tatnall All this while now sir Twenty five year of experience con. He still lived upon his farm seven Miles up the Vinces me that if we the coloured people Are to j he notion that High foreheads in women As River and he had grown poor in fish almost to a be anything we must commence the work our go men. Are Induisi Snible to Beauty. Can 3 such things As naturally As a child laughs when up Bendid growths of Intervale Pines above which o Frics North Weiric rn8r of main and Calhoun Preeti in l an ii b Ock Vyver Foellings a shoe of t i w Vyne. Info. Ti�?41 h o m a a o p a t h y. P , m.0.,re8pecifi�nyionheri his pro��ggiona1i>jrriceitotheciti2en�offortvvoyde�n t i Cin ,an4 he a ofte of or Bro Olca on Waikoon Street o anal Bridge a Zaliti a a a Allyl tvs i a d1853 1853. We. S. Edsall. Forwarding and commie Ion merchant and general dealer in produce Salt with warehouse on the anal Fon Wayne Liberal Cash advanced will be on property consigned to Niv for Sale in Thia Toledo Buffalo or new York markets refer to Hoh Mcc Vuoeh a a. Cab hic it by. Bank. Smith pc Hunt Toledo. A 8. Hazard Esq., big Lalu . Drown new York Vera pc <�>._ykj. W.townley56 co., wholesale and retail dealers ind by goods groceries crockery amp hardware fort Wayne much sloth 1854. It is pleased. A but you will Well i suppose Quot Quot of then what would be your Price Quot Quot you mean for the Mill privilege and fifty acres of Woodland a Vav Ell the water lot is valuable and we All know that the land is excellent and then the lumber on it is of the first Quot i have seen All that sir. Now for your Price Quot Quot Well i have thought that if some one would put up a Mill there i would sell the privilege with land enough for a Garden and necessary building say about six acres for a thousand dollar8� and then if you wanted the fifty acres i should say about seven Hundred dollars but my dear sir Quot uttered Farnsworth in Surprise Quot do you consider How this Mill will enhance the value of your other property ? we mean to put up not Only a saw Mill but also a grist Mill and a carding and clothing Mill so that we can saw the lumber grind the Grain card the Wool and dress the cloth for people who come and Settle Quot then you mean to do All Quot said Tatnall really surprised but without showing it Quot yes now Tatnall knew this would be a vast Benefit to him. The nearest Mill was now six Miles off and even that a poor Flimsy concern put upon a Small Brook that was dry for nearly half the year. From this circumstance people had not settled Down upon the Rich lands by the River and the huge Trees yet stood upon the finest alluvial soil in that Section of the country. Such an establishment. Or. Tatnall at once saw would draw quite a Village together in a few years and then his land would make him independently wealthy. But he believed he had the Power All in his own hande and he meant to use it. Quot i Cann t take a cent less Quot he said after a moment s thought. Quot to be sure the establishment you speak of will be a Benefit to me but that is no reason Why i should sacrifice now. It will also be a Benefit to you for which you can Well afford to pay. If you will take the whole for seventeen Hundred dollars you can have Quot Well Quot said or Farnsworth "1 have a partner engaged with to in this business and i must see him first. I will explain the a to him. And next Day after to Morrow i will see you or. Farnsworth left and when Tatnall found himself alone he began to meditate upon the plan he had this entered upon. Quot if these two men have got their minds upon this Mill Quot he said to himself Quot they won t Stop at trifles. Of course they have got Money enough or else they would t be going into such an extensive business i la feel urn Quot or. Tatnall said this with a sort of chuckle could be easily act and run Down. As soon As the two Young men had fully realized the splendid nature of the discovery they had they fairly danced with Joy. They set off at once to find the owner and they found him to be a or. Simon Winthrop a poor and honest Man and the very one whom or Tatnall had so imposed upon in the of Trade. Winthrop owned Skeleton. His Power of pinching his neighbors was gone for no one now was obliged to do business with him. He saw that Village grow up. And he saw poor honest Winthrop become healthy and respected and he knew that All this might have been upon his own land if a had been an , honorable Man. But twas too late now. To could Only look upon his own wilderness and then upon the smiling lands of his neighbor and the canker ate into his soul and him miserable. In time the settlement extended upon the River and the Stout Trees upon John Tatnall s land began to give place to houses barns and farms but John Tatnall did not live to see it nor profit by it. His Chagrin and Envey had killed him and in the selves we can better the condition of one in i to Vogue with phrenology and is going out with other by beg United. A the decline of that pretentious and plausible i is True that i did get up Aca or olo eds v 1 state convention and i am not cd of Call intellect no it a coloured want the coloured he custom of combing the people of this state to meet together for the pm Orvii Natch in the same mistaken ambition. When it considered that a great expanse of forehead v a i bold masculine look that from Rons a i j enough land on the River and the Circum Jacent a last hour the Man who had All his lifetime Upland for quite a township. It had been left it a Rule of practice to overreach All with whom him by an Uncle and he had moved on it. Cleared he had any dealings was himself overreached a Small farm and had begun now to make quite by that Power against which no Art of Earth can a comfortable living by getting off the Timber prevail though he had not got off a thousandth part of it. The two partners found him in his House that cholera patient burned correspondent of the new Orleans Picayune very evening and they commenced by informing states that on a late trip of a Mississippi Steamer him of the trial they had had with or Tatnall., a number of passengers died and were Winthrop smiled As they finished their account at length All the coffin Plank was used tip and and for the amusement of the thing he related the Carpenter was compelled to make his boxes the Story of his of Trade. The millwrights were out of old Fla boat Plank. At Sundown and it ther very soon assured that they had an honorable Case died a deck passenger. He was Man to Deal with now and they frankly told him into the Box and the top closely nailed on. The of the remarkable discovery they had and Captain ran into a Wood Yard and not liking to at the same time explained to him that the Mill Stop to Bury the body bargained with the owner privilege upon his land was Worth More than of the Yard an acquaintance to do it for double that of Tatnall s. And then they asked the Box was left under the Bank alone until him How he would sell the water Power and a morning when the Wood merchant promised to goodly piece of land. He first wished to know hide it. In the morning he sent two of his Neall their plans and they freely told him for they Groes Down to dig a Hole when they came Back knew he was not the Man to attempt to Over their eyes dilated with horror and their Wool reach them. They told him of the saw Mill Tho Sta Dirig on end swearing that the dead fellow grist Mill the clothing Mill and that they should was thumping and knocking to get out. The probably put up a store if people enough moved master went Down and a strange time presented m to support one. Itself. Tho Corpse had revived and finding Itse f now How much Money have you got Quot asked in rather close quarters exerted itself and burst Winthrop. Quot that is How much can you raise Rhc slight fastening thus releasing itself. The to put into this place Quot Man was soon we a and is now chopping Wood Quot we can raise just eight thousand dollars Quot it Tho place. The boat has landed the a since said a though the resurrected will come to the Simon Winthrop got up and walked across Landing and talk with the officers no Persu Asaju the floor several times and then he came and set can induce him to go on Board. To is fearful of pose of holding a political convention. Ifni want to nominate coloured men for office. We have Able and intelligent coloured men among is and we intend to nominate Frederick Douglass for member of the Assembly from the county of Monroe James w. Dublin from Tho county of Ontario and William Rich from the county of Renssalaer for the Senate or. J. Mccune Smith from his in the City of new York and a number of other worthy coloured men and we want our White abolition friends to come up and support this ticket. 1 am very sorry that your article a our friends uneasy. We have a right to Call a National or state convention when we think it will be for the the Best interest of our people. My Only object in writing this is to give you an insight into our just moaning. I remain your Humble servant s. Myers. This coloured convention is but the legitimate off it Pring of know nothing abolitionism. Let the know nothing abolition party of Indiana succeed in the elections of this and next season and it will not be five years until we shall see our Constitution changed and negroes equal in All things with Tho Whites. We shall then have negro candidates for the legislature in and for Congress and other offices. Will the people of Indiana endorse a party which teaches such unnatural doctrines.? Quot Down with the poor White Man. But up with is the policy of abolitionism this is what it teaches. Citizens of Indiana look to the Issue to which k. N. Abolitionism is fast hastening Sentinel. Comes the word Quot effrontery Quot a it will not a i Kerful that the ancient painters sculpt r. U Ltd poets considered a Low forehead a chaining thing in women Quot and indeed Indi Spens Bic to j male Beauty. Horace praises Lycorish for Lur Low forehead in Ami Frons. And martial the same Grace As decidedly Asho Prisca Iho arched Eyebrow Quot a graphic de script on of Siera worthy weather beaten old sea Captain Oil Quot a i o a perfectly definite notion of Sierra Leone in Una Little anecdote Quot Sierra Leone sir Quot he said Quot Ril Tell you Wlms Erra Leone is like. A Black fellow s r. Nes into the . It s As hot ask Well an Vili Nir. He buys u Melon Tor three Farthings Ami a i in does he do with it ? the Black fellow sir. Has t a rag on. He s As Bear As a Robin. In 1. Is his Melon cuts it in halves and scoops o to to a Middle. He sits in one half covers his he w t i the other and eats the Middle. That s Lui Dies sir. I saw Sierra Leone in All its tru t 11 glory cheapness of produce darkness of i. Tion Gigantic vegetation and primitive of Down again. Quot gentlemen Quot said he if you will put up a Good Mill and saw my lumber Well and at fair prices i will freely give you the Mill privilege and what land you take you shall pay me somewhat near what the lumber is Worth on it. But i have another offer to make Yaqo. My old Uncle was one who went info this land bus mess a few years ago and when he died he gave me All Tho land he owned Here. It is very valuable land though so far 1 have Only gained a Bare Liveli Hood on it i have Between two and three thousand acres All told my lot joining Tatnall s above Here. Now what do you say to making me the third Man in your party you put your own energies and knowledge and Money with my Stout hand and Broad lands. We shall All share alike whether Iii Fielos Mills or what think you Quot Quot a must think of that tiered both 3fottng men at a breath being served another trick. Prox Pech of slavery in Kansas correspondent to the new York times writes to that journal As follows Quot the outrage of the 30th of March cannot be repeated in Kansas. The free state men have an efficient majority in the territory. For example at Lawrence Are some four Hundred voters Manhattan City and tos seka contain nearly or quite As Many each almost every Man of them Northern men the settlements on the Osage River and Santa be Road Are most decidedly anti slavery. And in fact the pro slavery party cannot to Day carry a District South of the Kansas River and but few North. These Are facts and cannot to Gai Sayed. Moreover the relative strength of the free state party is gaining daily. There Are elements which enter into the growth of a free Community which a slave Community cannot pos a new secret society it is said has been organized in Philadelphia. The object is neither political nor religious. The purpose is merely to i obtain a drink of the Quot ardent Quot in spite of the Law on sunday. A head Quarter has been establish in a subterranean place and regular signs and pass words have been devised. Contemporary describing a dance at a country Village in his neighbourhood says the gorgeous strings of Gla beads glistened on Tho heaving bosoms of the Village Belles like polished rubies Quot resting on the surface of warm Apple dumplings. Did you Ever there is one wide the politician can t pull to suit him the . I the k. N. Politicians pull this too pretty effectually. Vide their lying election news and accounts of a n. Murders and outrages. A Good Scoth lady who to was complaining of a minister who he to in too Many anecdotes or illustrations in his part u ing replied -0, Man hold your Tongue he in to makes the bread of life so sea that and body can eat fact a a correspondent of the , Wisconsin Democrat says Chicago the following compliment a men Are getting Rich filter and living i Aluir and doing More business and drinking mar it and going to the Devil generally by a Sorrit Road in Chicago than in any place i have soon out West Quot the this razor take hold Well Quot inquired an Oci Wego Barber of a cd . Nian who was undergoing the operation of .ii.iv-ing. Yes Quot was the reply Quot it takes hold , but it Don t let go Worth a a Quot you say mrs. Jones that the or onor stabbed the diseased. Wad it in the Riu the Abdomen v nary one in a Street big Quot t a i seed it with my own blessed eyes Quot a Quot Thall do marm stand aside and lady after Liston no t West had been in the a a a a off go a to so extravagant yarns of a storekeeper As i. Her patience would allow said to him Quot frit a what a pity it is that it is a sin it it seems to necessary in thy Cave or Hole in the ground. Soon after the news of Tho Yirgu Nia election they were seen to enter take la Hole with them since which time nothing has been heard of them. As h when lug Len i

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