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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 17, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana F . 16�?no 33."thomas Viqar Rait Omand a der a Shes. 9/pearl and Calhoun s try tit third Story opposite p. Kier a. V in 91 St mum. In Advance two Douimb May cd ii us to the and Oisin month three Atluri at the end the year. I 0 paper it continued until All Arear ases Are paid no a a kept at the option the publisher. at one Dollar per Square ten lines for the first thre Weeka and half that rate . I Liberal Alia Wab Temide to those vrho advertise a by to Dejear. So edited with neatness accuracy an Patch Wenthe Moat reasonable Tei a ols Kice. I Imp. 3 Colerick pc Withers ,att9rney, Caunsel at la mini 0$ner�,l Laud and 7x Igenta Poy a Nyno Indian. Will attend to the collect Iott 8�carin anti and examination tit la Indiana. , >8tie�rdeiefcalbaa Androl Ainia Atrz a Talt nov.17,1849. Of a by a Ort Wayne Indiana saturday february 17.1855. Poetry. Whole n l�32 were we. W. Carson ,jltt0riiefand Caunt Ait it Tan Fortwayne India amp a Tholson Jadie Ial circuit.lad., and Widauf attend Hii Eara . A Mcdonald Prada astr a Lviv a Williannet. Otto same Nanna. Fart Fayna. a Allen Hamilton a Sanaa l. Ruff. Dat to. Orrica Clinton Streat two Dorian Ortho the Bank. Y38 life insurance. To states Oltre insurance a annuity if Trust company Orphila Dophia. Chenot ttt., a t na�9au.stcet,new vorac48 Orleans a a b9 Soond 18 congrats Al act borton99 third Straat oin Einnatz. Assets liable for losses,, 1853,$306,029,004 the Cah system the Only Sale sound and sensible a9 Tor either a company its insured members and a perseverance in rigid application Correct lift insurance business have resulted Access this Board trustee. Joks l. Vat Tibb Preil pal Jahn , i. A Williamt. Rich re Batet Rotsart Jameran Robart i Faors Wilto c4ret,. 8. D. Bavles8, Afan for Tatt Way a. K. P. Atris . Physician. Lbf.97ih,1859. F . Attorney avd counsellor a Law Ani a was term a tax Ezry. Port Wayn Indiana. Orrick Ibric store. La Tiara Oonk inf 8.1. W. Mclean. W. Al. Cameron Janaa Mattawa a Taft in a Fiva a. R ,jiin.,.� Orr Yand Cauna Elveral. , attend tothe Collee Tion a it in Stamant securing debt Tho any Montr Nazef Pur Haiie and Aale Flanda and title n an v part Indiana. Jia Aart w. O. W a Wing fart Syna Quot , Quot 8. Hanna a a Alfred Harrison Riehard Suydan. , a ale. Kevan. Joi. Jamie Rob a a a j. D. It . Orrin in a Cornero Saarland ca1ho�natr�elt, Sentinel Oftie. Fndia Afatia Mitev Park. Cincinnati Okia medical notices. Or. C. S. Smith fort Wayne. Olliee Calhoun Street recently occupied by drs Sturgis and Woodworth under the Sentinel office. Fort Wayne july 7th. ?1 a. Editor a the fou owing lines Writt ii by me Faapio Mutu Reading a com it indication to to n. Y. Tribune entitled a an american they Are my first at. Tempt at rhyme and whether they do not contain sufficient Merit to entitle them to pub tap. Mccullow Ilab m. D. The Mutual life insurance co. Of div York. Trinity building i Broadway. Mat aug Umu uling Cah funds july a barter Oak life in Sarance . 0aptlal and surplus oter $ 00,003, Rik Ander signed a fent the above two most Suec Osswal and re sible Lite insurance com it sales in the United states is prepared to receive surgeon pc play Simian. Of ice under let Odd Ftp logo s Hall. A Ort Wayne june 16th, 1854. P6m50 drs. 0. Amp Mary f. Thomas. Office North West Corner a n and Calhoun streets in Photini Block Over Foellings s shoe store for r Wayne ind. Tl-41 implications for life containing rates Premium and in Broi Tienson the subject life insurance maybe it bit ind at the wifi q the undersigned. It la no More the the a it ral duty Man to provide the daily bread for his family while is lives than it i. Sioger8 Oce court to main and Calhoun to rect Over r. Evans amp co a store. Fort Wayne sept. 19,1853. 6md21 c. E. Topper m. It surgeon amp Oculi St. Office Corner Columbia and Calhoun Street.1-1, a inf. Over g. Wilson Sztorc we arc he Hsy t. Found u enness in the in Medicine ans Franco Agency. Fortwayne july St. Is the subseries a having received the Agency the Astina Ovri a Hartford , prepared to Issue policies the m just favourable Tai company has a capital Stock 1300.000, All paid in and Vrelin invested and i Soneff the oldest and j most responsible corny Anies in the Union. John ii Sugii . Fort Wayne oct. So 1851.__protection tire Marine insurance company Hartford con. I capital Stock $s00, 00. The undersigned agent la known a co Jip Auy is fully authorised to insure d sellings stores Flot Els warehouses. Mills manuf Tonesi Gurns also Hiu behold furniture and a jobs. War a Tad merchandise contained and ii ored therein against less in damage by fr1�, Wool Ortla has removed his office to his Houie the Corner Clinton a old Quot Wayne streets directly Back the is presbyterian Chuich where he May to found when not professionally engaged. Fort Wayne feb. 23ih, 1854. 34 h m p a t n y. Location 1 leave for you to determine. W. B. Walter. Massachusets. I Hare read in some books i Baliero Twat the Bible that the i heat men himself Conid not bridle and Thia application with an Eye to her Fate we May make to this Rich to this stale. For it to with a nation when herself is her idol. And her panaiota within Ahe a unable to bridle she is near to her end Wicen Ahe blindly Pul Adown. The Siopa and supports which have made her renown. Thi. Slor Ioui Bay state who redoubled her Wisdom Grin Day Atoo Long aaied thai Ahe struggled for Freedom. But a time speeds along Ahe has i wished her track and her journey turns now to go Back. For twas once her great Pride to be Foremost in knowledge and then too she hoisted school House and College but now the is changed from her wish to be Muthing. And glories in nothing so much a Quot know nothing l her symptoms madness have Long been ohs erred yet twos thought by her a doctor still might be curl but the death Tho doctor has Bair shed All Hope. And mho s now firmly Bent i a Rayot rope. A tii Here that the great Rock Plymouth is soon? but the Rich tree Freedom Ono so Bright and Greco no longer stands booming virginal Oil but at its dry roots there a arpent does Coil. Tis Here too they Point with much Pride to the spot where the British did run but our Alliea moved not. Yet tis hero too you find in the Charleston District the Lack should ring ruins mount Benedict. And to fill up the a Castro dark it told hate against a Quot feeble old Man Quot a Southern state. She would break that compact Thich has made us renowned that Dii Tunion bloodshed and feuds May abound. That the Wisdom mania alone found in Bostin and the Quot rest Mankind Quot arc in dark Billows tossing is n fact established a by the parkers As the mayor the Council the preachers and Sharpens for their corp they re disbanded their strength to Ayd sewn yet they know not How soon they May reap what they be sown theirs preachers let them Tell if they can a hich one prove rum a in his orthodox plan. Of degenerate sons such Noble old sires t hark be take warning Ere All Grace expires. Fri air Ando Iiron san account be must Render a god is their protector a god s their Avenger. But if still be persist let your name be a scorn and reproach to the sons Columbia born. Let 13 More be the stars that we Bonat. For there s one set in i we see Only Herf ghost. A Daniel Webster. Speech Hon e. M. Chamberlain. Against the proposed mediation the United states in the Eastern in the House representatives january 24, 1855. The House being in committee the whole the state the Union the Resolution it reduced by . Clin Mair North Carolina was read As follows a joint Resolution requesting the prc8 it Jent to a tender the mediation the United states to great ends for which we eater in the Sims a Lif every Priboi in stir Post real a which Are the Price invaluable sacrifices blood and treasure prexy example our heroic ancestors and every lesion Liberty their precepts have taught a revolt at the thought de grading it to a que dollars Aud cents. But 1 regret to say that consideration like this As to How much the european War May temporarily affect our pecuniary merest enter largely into the argument the gentleman from North Carolina in Suppert his Resolution. And yet sir were we in this momentous crisis involving As it does the Freedom Tho world to Low so in conceivably to Degi de the question As to View it in this Light All reason�11 experience teaches As that even Here when its legitimate upon our mercantile and commercial interests shall have had time to develop themselves even Here the argument is against him. But sir i not magnify this Branch the argument by stopping to give it undue consideration. Nor shall i Stop to consider in what particular direction specie May just at this moment be flowing for this is not a question to be settled in Street. But suppose it is going out in payment our debts for which we have More than its equivalent in Railroad Iron and other material which has gone to build up our present National improvement and Prosperity and to meet come portion the i Hundred million which the gentleman in Ibrus us is the Cost to the belligerents the first year their War what then ? Why it Only goes to prove that the despots Are involving themselves and not us in irretrievable disaster and results in the most con elusive answer to the financial part his speech. But it is also said that Quot our shipping interest Are Grant it sir. That the first Shook this War in its Iii fences upon the Cem Leroial interests the world should be Felt at present to some extent in the depreciation our shipping interests and the number vessels constructing Only goes to prove the great extent its disastrous Ich fences upon others rather than Upen a in turning the Commerce Europe out its usual channels because the commercial Enterprise our people standing aloof As we do from All participation in the conflict is in the mean time gathering new energies to Force its Way into new channels and Over All obstacles with a degree successful activity hitherto unknown in its history. Add More especially this be the result under the influence that policy which to have always insisted and Are now about to demand the acquiescence the commercial world that Quot free ships make free goods Quot a that the Flag covers the cargo it struck no . Chairman that the Gen lie Man was equally unfortunate in his reference to history at least. 80 far As this nation is concerned for instances the benign influences intervention in procuring place. If my recollection is not at fault Thoy were All instances in which peace was preserved had ensued without intervention. I recollect one Case in our history in which our National difficulties were submitted to an Umpire and an award was made. And that air was the memorable Case our northeastern Boundary with England which Daniel Webster promised to Settle Quot som fourth in that memorable Case intervention ended in an .11 to Jug Umpire the Noii m Aei Aii. I no r wandering exiles return a How have some our a Lizott Wal Bovit Prog now the apostles Asi As the champions umbrage tothe a Lei and Quot deeper Boeuf to oar Liberty having All Learned their duty at the same own government embarked in the Ler Cerf shool concentrate the mighty energies Russia but sir. We have a recent ease a ecu the nniv�r.ccn.1 e the Universal spirit Freedom in Europe and guide it to the Samie end a with one head and Ono heart. Then their trembling tyrants learn for what end Providence has made their own acts abomination in driving these men into exile instrumental in hastening the consummation their own doom. Shudder As we May at the carnage with which Ujj i a i. A a. The Powers engaged in the eat an War. Whereas the people in tie with regret that several the great pc Inre s Europe Are engaged in a War which threatens p m.leonard.m.d., tenders i pro Tobe Oblong duration and disastrous in its con in Equinces to Tho Industrial and social interests d p y8 books and stationery. I l Hill has received his Spring and summer a Supply books and stationery and has now hand the Btl Stock Ever Fred Lor sine in this Market. It consists every description used in this Vicinity and offer them at wholesale retail. Country merchants also dry goads groceries Manefa cured g Joda do a to buy him Oslo go Fiat. Proi Iee household furniture live Stock and every j books?he keeps a general assortment steer description merchandise pc Sonai property Kundard Law Jio oks. And has facilities for Piderit a hipped to be shipped Goud Steamboat boats anything in this line that May be wanted to Frem Point son tha Western War Between Joe tical books every thing in the Mudica line a Standard character can be had at Hill s Book ing under favor Providence in the full enjoyment the blessings peace Distant from the theater conflict disconnected with the causes King the Netherlands gave a characteristic decision. Right along the deepest Bod the River St. Johns he found the Range Highlands dividing the Waters flowing North into the St. Lawrence from those flowing South into the Atlantic which was As clearly defined in the treaty 1783, As the Road to Mill. This award was course rejected and Daniel Webster who was always in favor giving away territory especially to England Rathor than a via lakes Rothsr Iii Ltd routes and a a town in the Western hazards Inland t a a n is f ii t a t 1 a miscellaneous eooks?a full Supply also ski Maats goods wares and mar Chandike j a standards works together with All t be Standard exod vessel Vessells Between new and i poets Are Kepi constantly hand and new Mischl so Tarn pans Between new Orleans and other Gulf Juneous books Are received As soon As a tween All american ports and English paleit the parties belligerent and controversy As 1 would As a nation having no immediate interest in to Quot fit by yielding to Groat Bantam contest and no purpose to interfere forcibly i a a demanded in an unwelcome manner nevertheless Are opinion that the controversy May be susceptible a a a Quot a Quot a mediator Al office add an Oil civic at Estment through the interposition pm so Quot a tonal glory. Well a Neutral and Friendly Power therefore a Ali Quot ? be it resolved by the Senate and House re a crowned Heads Europe m United states America in grateful consideration the crowns we shall Congress Asu bled that we would View Quot i covet no such glory satisfaction a tender to the belligerents the j if we have to Power. I protect against the mediation the United states rather let the crowns fall be in accordance with Tho president s views the Heads tha Wear them. The blood now poured out As a libation to the Blind Fary Belli Terent despots then when the end does come Rise As frankincense from the altars Liberty. The dead bodies the slain those now driven in hosts like cattle to the a a ambles not knowing the Tai for which they Aro bit Thering each other then be seen and canonized As to Many martyrs to her cause. Then another kind shout shall go up from Ireland than the groans murdered men and Tho feeble hopeless Wail from women and children starvation and despair. Then the announcement when bloodiest picture in Tho Book crime Quot a Poland was blotted from the list nations that Quot order Reigins in Warsaw Quot Shail be haunt to the Notos quite another requiem. Then other voices w la startle to echoes the Plains Hungary than the shrieks Patriot women Quot scourged naked Quot through the land. Then other thunders shall resound from the Vatican than the culmination anathema for political offences. Another Anthem r a from the temples Rome than the deum for the Triumph Brazen Villany Aad outrage intensified by the three fold abomination perjury treason and despotism. And As Paris is France so shall Fra acc once More in the streets Paris proclaim her deliverance in Vivas to i Ibert Aad not to the libertine and her Bast Les shall once Moe fall before the avenging fury her barricades and then when Par s ceases to be France Franco cease to i despotic. Sir this Day is coming and the Assurance its fulfilment makes no demand upon prophetic Ken then womb human dest by big with these events is already pained for deliverance. For one sir i have Only to say god Speed that Day.10 Tir a to is i5 -Tooutghs collection reminiscences like these ? be this the fruit Tho boasted peace which he holds out to awaken for our kinds offices the gratitude and Quot great consideration the masses Europe v if 80j then m full answer to him i would also recall to his recollection the counterpart to that blues aug Page it he Story thus passed into a proverb and ask him to remember that Quot Hope for a season bid the world Farewell. And Freedom shrieked when Kosciusko fell . Clingman. T understand the honorable gentleman from Indiana to assume the position that the people Europe suffer greatly f. Of these military despotism because they Are forced to support vast armies in Tho Field. Then let me ask. How by getting these governments at War with each other and having More men called out and killed and a heavier taxation the masses Are benefited i . . I am just coming to that Point and the gentleman perceive that almost be entire residue my remarks be in direct response to his inquire. And i now pass to the More partial consideration this question. Great Britain has never allowed any Opportunity to pass unimproved to strike us at every vulnerable Point As if to remind us her great supposed superiority both in Wisdom and prowess. Well sir let us now quietly take her at her word and admit to this extent both that we need teaching and Aro teachable. As Mere spectators if not pupils apparently indifferent yet very far from being so in fact let us quietly look and Avail ourselves the Benefit her present valuable experience. She is. Even herself learning some salutary lessons esp science and we Are taking the same lessons at her Cost. Every gun that is fired upon Sebastopol either ordnance Small arms every shot that strikes and very Shell that explode is in the present advanced state the arts and sciences demonstrating either the effect necessity some new and More efficient principle both projectiles and explosion. And with her experience and our observation coupled with our remarkable aptness both for imitation and invention she find us in Advance both herself and the world at the end this conflict in All that Appertains to perfection in the science War and with this additional and marked difference she come out the War in a state exhaustion while we shall be in Tho very prime vigor. This sir furnish us the very Best guarantee our own safety from her encroachments and the preservation the world. She be Content with her laurels at the Price they Cost her and find abundant useful employment in repairing nor own shattered fortunes. But if by our obtrusive inter Modding. We furnish her with a pretext to Back out her present Reck Sci and ruinous adventure she have such an enormous accumulation the material War hand that and Check pleased a a a democracy and having some old grudges against three and whatever else he please if it is but j us yet ung raised we shall find that our inter his own it is had an Amsi icat interpretation Senato Doii Las a Voth .presidency?wecpy mention proc but an invitation to her and the Law a Aiice. Jaq following from tha Washington Sentinel. Quot Quot the where policy �governm2n fowl a prom our intimate acq.iaintanc3 and pol Quot. In Point one in which the present dial cd St Al go his and i press Mon not unwittingly Why in official acts sanctioned the doctrine and adopted the policy. For i do not ask the govt moment to vow any intention justifying those cite Zoas who May contemplate a wilful violation feb rights and Laws a Friendly nation a Only i a the government to simply let them ahle. Of the event referred to colonel k Ney s sex re Litho a . Marcy in his official Fetter to a be min Quot it r Costa r Ca Axy St Quot in the absence any Inion Matiea that Tho alleged Eom Piny contemplate occupying any i my which a a claims have pm claim and by Costa r Ca the warning contained in . Molina s note would seem to be premature. From the Tentor that note however the Enders Ned does not infer that the government col i Rica apprehends any hostile intention the part the organization in question but that it simply declines to recognize the Validity any title which this company May have obtained Firo a other so Irons than from the govera Meit its if. Quot in this View the cae . Molina w 11 permit the unders iced to Erve that he does not perceive upon what grounds the government the United states can interfere with the proposed expedition which appears to be a pc ref in Enterprise into ving. Possibly agricultural in ing and com Torcisi speculations. But contemplating no measurer which rend t them a Aen Able to the neutrality Laws the United states. When the to this expedit shall have withdrawn from the r allegiance to their own country and voluntarily placed themselves within Tho jurisdiction another Power their conduct must be in conformity to the new relation. They have assumed and they Are responsible to the Laws the land in when they have sought domicile. The que Ifon Validity title to land , then Between them and other claimant t h adjudged not by the government the states but by the Tribuz Ais the state within which Tho dispute shall arise. Or. Molina understand Toad the fur going remarks that while the s g ternm3nt does not feel called upon to interfere with the projected peaceful expeditions its citizens to other countries it promptly disavows any intention and now having suggested our present <--------1--- Quot wilful violation the rights and Laws a Friend i come to the Point the True policy and duty our own government Whan the s crisis comes. And i conclude a it i Coram Daood. A i now insist that she shall let Tho despotic belligerent sovereigns Europe alone so i demand that she shall let the Independent sore re Gas this in alone. I deny Tho right this government to anticipate my motives and its Power under Tho Constitution to restrain my move Oats. I demand by now. Sir the government has but one More step to take and the end i aim at is accomplished. Let it now but be consistent in the interpretation its duties. Let this doctrine be made Universal in its Appl cation and the policy uniform and that end if consummated. Then the american Eagle from the if y Eyrie in which she has so Long per Chad in a nov cd contemplation her miss . Her Eye still steadfast the j its Westward Durse spread a b a Sublime career which seeks a until the Earth is encompassed. Her allies to interfere in our affairs??z.j though it is tru that we should be More than notable except which Havo been w need at associations with judge Diug Laa however abundantly Able to pay her off in kind for All in restraint this inquest Ionamae and Inalien justified in stating that he either desires n. R the Many Valu Ahlo lessons she May Bavo taught j Able and constitutional right the citizens. Has receive Tho nomination for the be t us yet i hold that our duty is very Clear to stand been just so much flagrant usurpation and every presidency. We believe Chat unlike aloof and let this War workout its own legitimate a we Havo enacted in contravention this a Slany our state men be looks with i ends. Tight ought to be abrogated and repealed As soon goo l his country rather than Quot this much sir we owe to ourselves. But. Or. As May be. Yes. Sir Tho blood the murdered Vown personal Advance Raea a to tha to Iii h chairman there is another duty we owe to the Crittenden and his men is upon our hand. And the principles which to has Boon so a world. Let despotism exhaust itself. This is it is the duty not this generation merely but a a cd d Stingu shed an advocate rather than to the is but another blasphemous War waged in Theof this House and a a to Wash awl in t. Stam. Go get no his po3�tini name religion. And who Are the belligerents 1 in Tho language another Quot let us per firm a Senate in such As Tomaka him the Obj c there upon the one hand Stanus old Nick boast lust ration let us purify this House and this coun Confidence with the whole co entry. From i a con effective that. Ing work 10 religion. And who Are the belligerents i in Tho language another Quot let us Pertt a Senate in such As Tomaka him the re upon the one hand Stanus old Nick boast s lust ration let us purify this House and this coun Confidence with the whole co entry. I himself to be god s Vic Gerent in Tho holy j try from this geographic a position h s do Fence the Kef human butchery that the May bring Zvir. Chairman i repeat it the blood the Tut ional right the s Stu is Tho Public interests. Or. said . Chairman this european ports to any it ratio ports whatsoever j a the Atlantic water again ,. Perils tue sea. For terns Oflas Rancap Firth is information apply Hough jr., a ent Protection Laurane company. F Ert Wayne Jan. 16, 1850. A French engish and american Cip and letter paper Worth from one Dollar and fifty cents to five dollars off Ream. Bill paper. Wrapping paper printing and hardware paper he has always for Sale. A r t Oiin a y s a t l a we. M. Ninde to amp a and coins Elk a at Law he has also just received a Large Lotof fancy articles such As Fine Rosewood and mahogany writing desks measure meets my unqualified disapprobation. I want this government to confine itself within the limits its own legitimate sphere action and i not Only let other people alone but also let our own people alone. Hands off sir is my doctrine because the doctrine the Constitution. Babble As we May the Wise counsels the father Hie country when admonished by the weakness our infancy the doctrine strict was adopted and the admonition the apostle Liberty who with equal Wisdom warned us against entangling alliances Quot the policy this government the questions directly involved Oft cd a , Indi . Order main Icil Houn treats. >2g porfolio3, cases Lidies the Dif Cussion the Resolution introduced by in Ayling c uses together with the gentleman from North Carolina since those Art e is All which the Lidies Are Roqu often n take i a i t i i. A a. I a articular notice Viz a splendid lot Lidies g cat men closed the mortal part their immortal Cabas the latest and mos fashionable style. A career has oftener than otherwise been an out paper hangings Quot a Quot Quot rights Man the Yonitis our iieeep8ihe hot Stock p�perhanging8,window do c.e.htullfii8,contjiiu�?�tbrr�r8cllr� Medicino and sur Riyat his offie Eon Ca oui. I tract to hos. R Qaq to meet to i . 1847. 1 shades and Board prints n the place. May 12ih. My Bough . Willox . Political institutions the Constitution the Conn try and the precepts Macul catch by both those inspired statesmen to appropriate Here the thoughts another the Best Young Hyson in the a suggested by a Kindred theme country. J. Amp c. h so Jones Torney Sirini counsellor s at Law attend to All Legal bus Incis entrusted to i their care and give special attention to he and securing debts through tithe references., a a a a lug la Milton kor Twayna. , i. Day a Leavitt Taylor k Hogg to ill deliver a goods made the exigencies the wants and the a to any part the City free . Oes. Of a disordered and Down trodden world. How sickly and Sou Liness a matter is Tho sub Jet human Freedom in the hands its Chise and deliberate expo unders. And yet with what a free generous and Noble spirit ought it to be Iii an it Crew so to co. A in Tweed amp co.,&Quot Wilkeson it o., Koltalo. Sayward it Nove. A 3. A. Work a Stoil Daril amp Lover Iii. . Wood amp a hot a but Liutti Faith Oriya a a c. Cask. Worden so Case attorneys ats Law. Nice Public Square Over reer dec flite. 1st, 1853. Fort Joseph k. Edge to it. Adorney counsellor at Lieuw land k. Collection agent fort Wayne Awill practice in the state and Federal co its and give special attention to Ltd age a id the securing and collection debts in any pan Tiliaia. . Crinne1l, to co. Dih Blea work so. Moors Lohn Seward . Is co. To adv Woolton so Plimpton mob to . Claff work. A co. Or n. A. Brown it go. Ally a Hall Ltd a it iathlf�0�ltoe1i, a Tarn Park. Cincinnati. Malton. Fart main. It a Etc Lieret a rom i instead tammeling it cd 1j m u lotions diplomatic exactitude a aaa a Coll Intorn Iiran Willi via w South tide Columbia ih., three doors East Clinton. Smaith so. Co., Brt Jle and pistol manufacturers dealers in double and single barrel shot guns revolvers an i other pistols powder shot and Caps. Guns neatly repaired. Gunsmiths furnished with materials a Low Price 8. Store South Side Columbia Street three Doore East Clinton. Jar increased twist target rifles made to order Ard warranted to perform according to the annexed Cele Ai 100 Yards an average i Inch each a hot. 200 Quot Quot in 300 Quot Quot 5 Quot 401 Quot b Smith amp cd. Am 17- y-8cash crockery House�ould8 he , no. Pearl 5ir�ci, one door Ilow Maiden Lane Nevot it a. China Glais and Eart if Wake Ivery Bescript Jiuu Ai i Loloi a in per cent below any credit House in the City by the Packa up ver y carefully re picked for the county 1 ref particular attention Given Toor Derby mail. 3 piano stools.ju3t received at Hill s piano Forte were rooms a nether Large lot piano stools a Fol he Ohk it tvs n to � Wight a it Trainr 1 with the Nice Oal Cula we should suffer it to Intercourse with the whole human race attacking in its a ours the solemn Moek eries legalized falsehood and the Brazon insolence conventional diplomacy assaulting the glaring and shameful political humbugs the Day exposing the Hallow pretences political quackery. Brushing away the gew Gates and trappings court etiquette and in our National policy spurning the sneaking mendacity sordid avarice blasting the foul usurpation injustice and tyranny and claiming As a right the exercise the inherent Power reforming now and ultimately regenerating the Quot instead presenting it merely to the fourth july orator As a sickly theory a sort Skeleton Figare something possibly to be tolerated by Tho generations coming Ages to should hold it up. In Tho Light that Meridan effulgence which now in the Middle the nineteenth Century Shin Supon and reveals our giant strength As the ministering Angel the world. We Clotild Call it the hand maid religion Tho forerunner that political philosophy which thu scattered abroad shall germinate Ond take the forms manifold and vigorous life wherever and whenever god shall breathe his spirit upon it. Such a policy would be worthy the name we Boas and the age in which we live. It would Nve to our statesmanship a Ehara oter unt peaking in a trance and resist Loes incl Alicc and a any with it a Bak it that would Pierce into the dark places the such is the Mabalon the spirit Freedom and How is she straitened until it be fulfilled. Yep . Chairman when the question human feed it in if involved Ovey generous in up Natare every Cut a Side Rati Ltd the additional empires at his feet in abject and Bias murdered Crittenden and his compatriots m the aage himself a repro i native a Southern themous idolatry. And there upon Tho other cause Freedom is upon our hands there is Sato. In his distinguished Carer he has dorm n hand stands old John Bull in sleek yet Burly no Point which Tho policy oar government that the strictest construction the con hypocrisy still mocking the Forb Efranco Haa Boea. And still i. So pointless As this. Of Oti tuition is not icons Istat with the highest Deven seeking to countervail the designs his two things is c train either the government i a pm a Power and into reets to enemy that he May prostitute the a Samo covet in assuming the Power to to Stairi and control a country. De empires to his own vile use. The r get Manean citizens renders j Eai eem for his Tal and then his allies a Kite in an Agio s herself from this responsibility she must leave and adm ration for his Starling honesty and nest Quot a Bastard adventure All reeking in Tho to icon frc3 and to Migrate and enlarged patriotism therefore with regret that blood his victim, Cruz had out at the very Al Patriate at . In the one instance Traen express our ent re conviction that Jud tars civil and religious Liberty in his overthrow As in the Case Crittenden and his men by Cut under no c cum Stomas Acost be the Only two republics which Havo sprung no Ting off Tho re courses and Means which thy a non nation for the fair rely Protection she assumes the responsibility from that Protection herself and Tho Dies culty. And. Indeed dilemma in which in the Effort to Dis Percsi Delej incidents the War no fighting a without Brea a charge Tny mho at once suds herself correspondent writes As. Sheds its hallowed it utmost the forbearance an insulted world solved dem it n trates the fact that the Poncy in Vilc eating is no part a soldiers a Hoo in. Proclaims himself tiie protector the holy Pla i the first instant is wrong. I to Rii Seian Camp in the French lamp itis. I Ces Bolies the family love reign Andis it True As the gentleman asserts tat waning Rocuant Quot we shall gain great with thei Falso Prophet yet More a Apsis Europe by this Intermont Ion to save a r r hand by disclaiming in the 3 first instants Allright to a Teferra with their motives and move-1 ments she absolves from All responsibility to quite the contrary. A Frenchman must have i a breakfast bet re he fights and he Cook n i eat it in the mid it Breting bombs rather tha t these Rega baubles which while they exist Arci in whoever Avins she must perish to these Solf same masses Many Emblem. A a fit us Austria she a. Not yet won their hopeless misery and dagradat.? i Ini atry. Must conclude that in a special manner thai a i it. Magnanimous and Christian than them All alas other governments for their , As As for Ujj. Ujj. By tween the fear losing his break their Protection further than As a duty to and his life there is about an even Zajanc humanity demands a right to a fair trial under 1 a i go orning the Battle Inkermann 7,500 the Laws Tho country which they May have englishmen were compelled to stand the Shock a t the gentleman s argument was not ., jul Quot a it arose Here a Hall we considered it is True that As the passive instr ii. Partakers in their abomination by inter rents with which this bloody War is prosecuted a the masses there do suffer and bleed and it ii christianity ? shall we too tempt a would he have us thence conclude that i heaven by our presumptuous intervention in the this War should cease these masses would cease any Effort to thwart its just retribution for to suffer and bleed and same pave to such Delight in Tho infernal regions As instruments m hopeless subjugation to their that devils in ton acting each other who can tyrant matters. Vohy sir the very armies with which these nations ase Conte iding in strife so a Upa ands off stand terrific As to convulse the nil izod world Argive them a Cope and margin enough to in numbers and Appam Tinnent Little More than this diabolical game. In a word i re Tho Ordinary peace establishments with which despotism exhaust itself and then they hold these same masses Europe in sub to pm in id and not till Juga Tion. Then. Gite place to Europe then by your proposed g nothing do with do castles. Des intervention and what do you do do you in operations. Be sir. We have the slightest degree ameliorate the condition destiny not a Dyna try. To Subserve a Mission those masses give them one Ray Hope that blasted with the they have any he tire in Tho benefits the world s despotism throughout its whole expanse Progress no sir you do but Thrist Thom Back Jug the Field our missionary labors and while into that most hopeless All conditions where physical Force is our instrument for the silence despotism is the synonym peace. A a. Ugg to Juji a Njg available sir compared with this condition the rattle a a application in altogether another musketry the Roar Cannon the shrieks the a a Section than that proposed by this Resolution wounded the groans the dying and Rivers chairman. 1 Havo pointed you to the blood Are but the music the shout and Tho a. By Taco Moro i re Signia Jubilee. I put let exha is itself and then Tho but the gentleman also tells us that none pm opt.jjq masses Europe Quot crushed prostrate the european wars have resulted in successful Taneza its Iron Heel Spring to revolution the advancement the cause Ujj go. Pop their Qaqi Freedom. That european revolutions have a a then comes the final struggle thrice armed ways occurred in times peace Quot Grant it and 1 quarrel thrice sire is it is also True that All these revolutions have con a Assurance final Triumph. Thrice sequently resulted in abortion. The separate and j go Jujj Jug their guarantee Freedom England Quot w ill have her Ireland. Russia her Poland Austria these Ara Tho belligerents in this blasphemous violated. But she has done neither. Of the con. Russ ans for three hours be tha tray she has degraded our chivalric Navy to Tho j French division arrived the latter having 8toppe<1 base uses Tho poly service to the q Loen breakfast before starting to the Aid a isolated nationalities whose struggles for Independence and Freedom have Check ered the otherwise uniform history european despotism have consequently been crushed in detail Tor want concert action their Paat and by Comparativo preparation and vigor the part their oppressors resulting from a season peace. Quot order reigns in Warsaw Quot has therefore to come proverbial language in which the disastrous termination these revolutions Hare been announced. Yes quiet has been restored to Ireland but it is the quiet exile Sta vat and the grave. Yes Tho storm revolution has swept by and repose is Gien by austrian bayonets presenting the alternative obedience death. Yee peace acis in the eternal City and Rome once More is quiet but it is place Given her by the Imperial armies Republican France yes order Reigna in Warsaw but it is order dictated by the despoiled Poland at the Point Broe Hundred Thoo and russian bayonets. the 8 is one the fact which de not a. Pear in print for the Good the Alliance but u is never Thule i5 iria in cold indifference while Spanish cruelty in i Hare by Eil satiated its thirst for their blood. Sir if i Tih Ould r my Musket and March to Canada and shoot Down Tho first Man i meet i ask Vou to the Laws which country am i am Etab for the crinum Venys Quot a who Wald pro sumo to con Novort tha c nciu5ion. That my own government upon the our haad. Incus no for my act and a no Hus pcs with min that upon Tho other hand. 1 have no High to look to her for Protection against the Legal consequences my crime i think she would conclude that whether the British Crown was wa.� not competent to the vindication its own violated Law.-, it would be no concern offers. And would leave me to the consequence. Well sir How could it so affect this principle As to Changa the nature her lab Lity. If there were ten a Hundred a thousand ten thousand. G i Ltd identically the same offence you Wund in the s Case a e the gratuitous interference Tho 9 Europe would you for the pres Erya i r. A re Bard it Oaky Hera d As Follo is to a Cim temporary tha edit Cri that paper the Paducah am a i an Havo rated about Rome and the Pope urfi the have become crazed and belie e the Roma was once saved by the cackling , that they Are the geese whose cackling i to save America and we Are also asked if we a believe pig Iron could be made to in i never t red the Experiment pig Iron but we know that we can make a Jack iss Bray for the Proi Isof which we refer be Tho Columbine tha acne imn foreigners in the United to the Cense a 1850, there. A 1 c in a a a i. Of a ,1.1 i i Ted states 2,244.648 this class Tion the a Ance Power b it with this Dit f Iii a. Tto a a to protect an re a tribute 1 As lows . 396 219, Aga not 2,4-21 8 j7 states?accord be was living in t let and lev Ern 8 Chinat pc bom m Forano that you would Inte Posti to protect?z11 human Law the Law d a 1.973,531 North Weston her Hungary Andiff Rance her modern Rome and All thes blood Cei rented despotism their swarming millions rallying with the War cry vengeance to the Standard Freedom. And then sir when this few Cath vial Wra h Poi Rod out another Book be opened. Tho thou ands patriots the champions Liberty the boat men Europe who for Long Long years have i cited martyrdom in exile have been learning until they Havo become competent teachers f the Rue doctrines and principles constitutional Liberty hasten Back each Man to his appropriate poet duty in the Deli Crane Bis country in Orience to her Call. Then Hungary vill Hava work for her Koe Wihs Italy for her Mitchels and Briens France Tor her Rollins and her Hugos Poland for her living Kosorus it . And All these nationalities h e time act in c crr and in that concert action find the guarantee their Triumph thrice guarantied. They to a be Cut off and Law you i a neither repeal nor mod by. And. In own Good time the maker Law . In r Ite Yor be uth Jud a and executioner. Or chairman the world does move All the con Antiona ties despot so arid Craft to the contrary not withstand 1 us. And the resist-1 is spirit Freedom Ira planted in tha Humar heart is but the Matifes Avion and out birth that Law by which All Progress a governed. spirit you cannot you must not. Attempt to Cor. Tool. Your nterp>8 Tion attempted to eater vent Quot for this purpose Wal be found ask Itaf As it is impertinent and re Quot a a a my thous. Let be therefore so shape our deeds by Wiir Manilec duty As that when the App Orv thing crisis comes am Erica and americans May be left and found wherever destiny May direct duty demand. Or. Channin i Hail with Joy Ore y indication i see a approximate even to the adoption this policy which has Long been a a leashed sent mint my heart tha whole Hie to Texas stands out a an enduring Monument both ils truth and Ite Triumph. And again it me Binh 2 24 4.648, again 17,742, 915 native b to. T. E Argest per cwt. Is in the Midi e , b no 19.84 the smallest in the South irn boil not Chr right kind f n a. Sitting Rem a Fow Days since a very Ycu Ngn a boy one the smallest i have Ever sen. Eem in to sell Pape a. Set a poor beggar we Man came a. Also and whle she was asking aim a f the landlord tha Ivule fellow listened name t. To Hor tale moved along up to her and Galipp a Cotile cents into her hand and turned us j without saving a word. Now in proportion Vhay he was Worth those two cent Zhara mar Quot then a the poor tax paid by men in this City Thich so much Iasa d. Poor Little follow he b in Abr Al is a Ronget up a Catholic a a d Olid vote because he Hae a l re/tgton?cm. Columbian. 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