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11 Jan 1860

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11 Jan 1860

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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - January 11, 1860, Fort Wayne, Indiana He m Tho Asci to ii Kirs in Inoh tates he Eims a Zieram a it a a i a a Tom Orer it a Vional out i qty , Irtz i a iia a particular a Itai pm a a it la a rat Iotti Llie Whoie min. Try. Quoth oui Jaum m if Ara Purit of h i i seized Whol people. In one state a poor Irish Mechanic is Jinto Pawson after that without indictment Judit it to jury he is in Italy drag Jed the Liisu the streets his flesh lacerated his Lile Eding Boi it cd cred Willi tar and feathers again i in this Inist of a hooting Ani Olling c dragged through the filth of cesspools again to prison and finally>5hipped to new y Oruci could Javage indians More brutally a Quot treat one of their War captives and for what 1.s tiie whole i populace of a City Aro tied by showing he had asserted to some of his Labouring companions that human slavery ? the tendency to degenerate White Labori a in another state a Nii Nister of the gospel is publicly and brutally insulted cast into prison and All because he was a suspected of being an Aioli it Tiki Tibt which suspicion after , a turned out to be totally false. To make amends for his Jlse imprisonment and his cruel usage to is presented with $60, and he too is sent Olf Toan East Cirn state the a Tinct however of excitement cruel treatment the threats of an infuriated mob Clam Orini for his instant and violent death was of old Tilon. A the lae eting Fra Well at tended and their for the Territ ohls an it i a dude Viery therefrom. They a lifting i portion of the a to lairs. They cite Hsen is entitled to the i a to tips of the United states and Al leg nov to the taking the final oath of i tip inti ipod. They condemn the to i Soque of tie self styled Devi socratic it arty in the Dilpor of the present go ngre.58., Luiey heartily approve of the course of ithe lie publican members of tic present Congress in adhering closely to their purpose of electing a speaker. T hey urge a upon the attention of the state committee the it importance of an Eai in of the state for a vigorous Campaign. Pasaol Stone As Trade pre.? of the Convent on and h. 11-. Nelt Secretary. 0. A Morton was recommended for governor and win. A. Pele for Secretary of state. The latter named gentleman was present and made a vigorous Republican speech which was enthusiastically cheered. Immediate mental derangement under the influence of which he leaped from the cars a broke his limbs and now lies an emaciated Lunatic at the Point of death. Within a few Days a number of respectable families embracing near forty souls men. Women and children were driven from their Homes a. A jews the Chicago press amp Tribie of this morning learns that there is Little room to doubt Tiit the resolutions adopted at the Douglas convention held at Springfield on wednesday last were a Concession to be compto ism so marked and Shai awful that the More Radical friends of or. Douglas will be wholly unable to defend them. The receipts of the n. To Ibeme during Holait Areek in djc., were $4 0,703 123 o. Its total circulation is 21 7,000 rates of advertising in the weekly one Dollar per Lino each insertion and no less by the year. Fernando Wood was inaugurated mayor a of new York on the 2nd in to. A a. ,. I at the last session of the Arkansas leg a Kentucky compelled to their i. I a Xuy r a Slature an act was passed giving the free property their calling their fiends and alls o. I Pius Quot it a to. Negroes i that state the alternative of that was dear to them. They had com. A t i loan n emigrating before Jan. 1.1860, or of Belli fitted no crime violated no Law and done. I. C t a. A a a a. Coming slaves. As the tune of probation no Man wrong. Quot the head and front of i a 1 their of i ending was this and no More Quot t hey were known or at least suspected to h lit be that slavery is an evil and forthwith Ihen Are robbed of their All and driven from Tii Cir Homes As men drive Borse thieves and inuit Trees. And yet in the ii ice of such acts As occurring not at rare intervals but daily the i resident of Republic is org upon Congress to Grant immense sums i has now expired while some few individuals have preferred servitude the great body of the free coloured people of Arkansas Are on their Way northward. We learn that the upward bound boats Are crowded with them and that Seymour ind., where Sev i eral steamers Are stopped by the ice is filled to overflowing with these poor outcasts. The division it labor in this process is it a a a i Erdity we pkg Cega thou git Znaj is a fit the fact that 300 head of slaughtered skinned. Dress Ihl cup and packed in42 a Bytof Hilb a Awn amp re fir lir amp Itji dreadful be Are to Marroun with the Centre of. That Slaughter a hons tis a deep Gutter who clip is constantly running Oli a heavy Stream , in one place the intestines Are being emptied and cleaned Here is a pile of ghastly Heads. And there a Heap of gory hides. Outside is a Pool of mingled blood and filthy being drained but the men themselves present the most revolting sigh i of it Maktos. One shudder to look on them. With boots Over the pants ankle deep in Gore with great rocking knives cutting and the quivering flesh now laughing now cursing smeared from head to foot if there to a scene truly revolting and one calculated to make a Man hate the very sight of be of amp become a vegetarian forever it is to spend half an hour in such a place As this. While relishing our tender corned beef Little do to think of the process it has through. Liber College. For the fort Wayne Republican. Mil. Error a will you please to extend to me As financial agent of Liber College the privilege of stating in your columns to the Good Puoplo of fort Wayne some leading facts respecting institution ind the a special object of 1113 visit to this City Liber is located two Miles South East of Portland in Jay county Indiana on Pluas ant and healt Laiful elevated Bank of the Sal Anionic and beside a Fine Spring of pure water. It is the property and tic Enterprise of a joint Stock company incorporated in 18.53. The property consists of a Campus of six acres in the Center of a Village plat of Large lots each containing three Fiflis of an acre designed for the Public , also nine we wish Idso to con ence gathering a takes to it of a Helles too Boole or books watch Notani Potts to ice apr Tor Najiy mayhem tips Chat it Quot ical aparat03, for any Natt iral or artificial cd ribs or tip maps or Quot will duly Backho Dedge the gift ind recon the in ver patrons r our api to Tor t Wayne is special. We Are ii,iiortkij5asternjndiana, pfc rho this is i Aki Citi i a Wei Are in Yourd Mabr. Cia Circle and a tined to be More and More tributary to. Your com Raore Al and Manu Fartun nip interests. On the other hand we shall feel through that whole Region More and More the dominant Power of the pub Lic religions and political sentiments of this City. While we look to this Summit City with Pride and Hope As our commercial Homo we desire to look to you also As the Friend of the vast . La and moral interests of your proper Circle. A Evv years ago seven thousand dollars were Given by fort Wayne to an institution wholly be3 Ond your City Circle. Denominational interest was the motive. Is there enough of a sectarian humane Friendship to a Little band of Nei Jabor it i who hoist the Bannier of learning and Liberty to give them one seventh of that sum ? Avha Tever you May feel Able and willing to do for this cause will to acknowledged in this paper made part of the durable records of the College and receive the Benedic lion of hundreds of the noblest youths of your country. N. Tax of agent of libel College. I it in him Lien Dricks. Or. L. Dunham Wiio with his democratic Ai Sociats Hendricks been canvassing the state for months past each intent upon securing for himself the nomination for governor at the coming democratic state convention up Oli Sites a card in the Indianapolis journal directed to the Quot democracy of the state Quot in which he that some time Sines he in agreement with or. Hendricks that Bot ii of them Sii Ould suspend ail further canvassing for the Nonini nation and yet to says the brother in Law of a Hendricks is out attending county conventions and using his influence bait Claibo wis., dec. 24. A the Village was thrown into a High state of exit to ent tast evening by the perpetration of hode., the must daring Robl nes of a hich we hive any recollect Poitr abootw9 o clock in the evening no ibo Don Reiver of Public a Bivey for the Chippewa land District was gagged and bound hand and foot and the government Safe was robbed of $3,360. A was sitting in his office at his counter with his bilk to the door about nine o clock in the evening Makiji tip his account with the govern no edit preparatory to leaving fir Dubuque in. To Day s stage with the government funds when a person entered the door turned tha key and stepped up behind Jur. Boyden and putting oat the Light with one hand and placing the other Over his Mouth in an. Instant the robber inserted an instrument into or. A s Mouth with ave Iii he prevented him from making any resistance or making an alarm at the same time presenting a pistol to his head and threatening him with instant death if he made the noise. The next moment he Lasij id a bed Cord with a slip noose around his left wrist or. B. Having but one arme bringing it in Stanlly to his Back and raising or. A s Rig lit foot lied his wrist and ankle , passing the Cord around his Bojaj and across his Mouth he then la und him to the legs of the writing desk which stands in the same room and in that condition left him lying on the floor face downward lie then sprang Over the counter and took from the Safe which happened to be open the amount of Gold As above was stated and went out of the front door. All this this must have been done in than eight . Or. Boyden Lay in Liis condition probably not to exceed ten minutes meanwhile coming very near strangling to deat ii. Lie managed after a few moments to get one foot against the window Siti thus making a Norco which with his groans attracted. Several this office where they found him As stated above perfectly wet with perspiration. Parties were dispatched in All directions but unto twelve o clock at noon to Day no traces Are had of the robbers. Or. Boyden thinks there was More than one person which is confirmed by the fact that there were track of one or two men at the Back door. The and during of robber will ats Garibaldi has already denied his reported second marriage but the following bit of gossip from the paria cd Ristp Ofida it of the liter Golf journal is to go to be lost Garibaldi is ahoy to Iii Rifel Aspall things tinged Witlin of Romance in Oier to Plewe Iho ladies whose idol he is the Story Quot wich Lias perhaps been invented to console them is this Garibaldi while staying on a visit with the Marquis Raimondi at his Villa on the Lake of Jonio was fre que try invited to a Corrimany the family of the Mari is on horseback to the various Sites in the neighbourhood of the Lake. On one of Toliese occasions the Quot horse mounted by a go Ribaldi after having shown several symptoms of a desire to run away had at last accomplished that object by Rushing Down a Steep Ravine at the Bottom of which Lay th2 Cool shining Lake in usually hypocritical Security. A simultaneous shriek of terror burst from the rest of the party and each one hurried by different paths Down the Ravine with the hoi Milass idea of r escue. Garibald however accustomed to peril had not lost nerve and had succeeded in turning the restive Steed in his downward flight and in Hemming him in Between a clump 01 prickly shrubs and a projection of Rock. The hero was found to be unharmed and the party clambered up to the roof once More none the worse for the alarm. But there another sight awaited them. The daughter of the Marquis was found lying senseless on the grass having fallen from her in a fainting fit. With some Little difficulty she was restored but during the passage from the darkness to the Light some few words were uttered which gave the clue to Marquis Raimondi to much which had before seemed inexplicable in i daughter s conduct and to Garibaldi the boldness not remarking upon the Appe Nince of the Caldwell the senator few the Wheeling District among the sign to ures to it the Republican Call the Petersburg. J Quot we have to Wonis to we quite out a Fidy of this Man. It is our deliberate opium Ion that the Senate of this state owes it to it own dignity to the of the people and the Joist expectation of our is a. To a states of the South a to purge itself oif the disgrace which a further rec Caldwell would imply by his Iutuk Ditc Quot expulsion. The 9th Sec Iba of article in of the Konsti Lutish of Virginia gives Power to each House of the general Assembly to expel a member by a two thirds vote and there can never arise a fitter occasion for the exercise of the prerogative. If however,.there should a found technical Diflo cuties in the Way of an immediate expulsion then it is the Quot bounded duty of every patriotic virginian in Litchmond whether within or without the Capitol to place the traitor und in the ban of social exclusion. Let him not be spoken to or considered in the House or out of the , and let the Senate and City Bear the Nail Ance until the people of the Wheeling District shall have the Power to indicate their loyalty of consigning Alfred Caldwell to i Radical _ inst those Meo who a Lii Reinersen Tibig the feelings and principles of the North As embodied in the resolutions just read to time ii not fir Distant win a to fire Vul slip from the Juuls who w other and stronger Han aim of Ulm we will find or Union Loving friends Laite the Power. A lot lamp a love chg Resumil Wuhib of Otel 21 i Neces jury to a choices 106 Zhenxu 103 uamik6n,"89r i film ai1 l3ctler-ing, 5. Full Tai. Sri Louis Jan. 6.�?a Large Mill in Jer Seville. 111., bummed on the 3d. Loss $18,-000. Insured for $3000. Chicago Jan. 6.�?a fire occurred last sunday morning at Sheboygan wis., in the building occupied by the county off ii. The court records prior to 1857, were All burned. The Deniu Cracy and the Spenk ? the Washington states a democratic Dewett. Paper in speaking of the democrats for having voted for 3ir. Maynard san s a in tactics it must be that we Are no match for our opponent they have while we resort to make shifts. Their candidate is As in Illinois , Csc ago Jan. 6.�?two of the Ottowa rescuers were brought before judge drum mond s u. S. Court yesterday. A motion a made to the indictments which will be argued Thiu warning. Bail fixed at $1,600 each which they declined to give and were remanded to jail. Deje Viates to . . Jan. delegates to the Charleston it it invention Are Hon. Geo. E. Pugh d. P. Rhodes Geo. W. Mccook and. Hotel . New Orr n. Il., Jan. 6.�?Tho hotel in it. This place a i Iles troyed by fire last night. Loss $5000. Insurance Stoh. Death of tue native of Ohio. Auu Yunju Iii. A -. I Cincik Kati Jan. 6.�?judge Joseph bar Only to Hope but to propose. Needless to of a supporters now As when Ker the oldest White native of Ohio died a entered the Arena ours eminent As i residence at Newport Active Marietta. Were his , was forced to retire this morning. In order that inconsiderate experiments might be tested. South american diplomacy was at the Bottom of it and South american diplomacy has succeeded in getting the democracy into such confusion that there is but Little hoj e that it will Ever regain the position which it attained on the first Day of the session. There were perhaps not less than Twenty democratic , his suit was accepted and the betrothal already taken place and the whole is alive with glee at the Union of the Noble lady of Large Fortune and Long Pedigree with the Brave Soldier of neither. Quot so desert in arms a of Money to Send Arnises to invade the territory of a Noigh Boring Republic with which we Are at peace Tor the express purpose of a prodding american citizens it has been the Burden of Many an annual message that americans should be protected a every part of the world and yet not a single ref Curence has Cor Heen made to these terrible outrages committed on american citizens and on american soil let it for a moment let a supposed that a merchant while some Northern City had expressed the opinion that free labor was attended with vice , pauperism and every kind of social evil and for this of enso had been dragged into the streets insulted in a manner publicly whipped and finally sent Down South in a bleeding filthy condition what would be the instant effect in the Southern states Why meetings would held in every Village town and City and the government would be called on to protect the rights of the South. Who doubts if one. ,8uch a scene would occur in Twenty four hours the Halls of the House and Senate would ring with denunciations against the whole Northern states and should such acts become common the whole Power of the Federal would be brought to Bear to suppress and punish the my or should american ii Canada for expressing his opinion in favor of democracy to do so Rte no that Moi arc was a system of despotism by treated with tie same indignities that just now Are. Being inflicted on Northern men Down South who doubts nation would be in arms demanding action or such outrages ,. S can any a Inema a for a Momient a a ii pose that such a state of things Cati continue much longer without some serious results if the love of free thought free speech and personal Liberty is so fir crus lied out in the Southern states or pop near despotism so far prevails that none dark lift up an opposing voice Isit to >11 6 supposed that Porth pm states can much longer tamely submit to such Terrie indignities. Ider the Strong can fiction that these cowardly acts Are Bioux a it about a Gay a few fire eating pol Itic ans and to of the South will Alt it Uch disk aet Ful to Dan posed to ,y4 it become sati a a to at this is to m the set tie 1 we North Ccora a the mar k As Wnm me Tiik Dis sol her pc. Measaw it is we amp them slim beheld a a. One i i of is supplied with Cal u Over of e their beef packing. Circa go Jan. 7th, 1860. Correspondence of the f. W. Lie publican. Or. Editor did you of your readers Ever stand for half an hour inside a packing House when in full operation ? we Latel had the curiosity to pass through one in this City of been pork and produce at a time when they were killing cutting up and packing 300 head of cattle every Day. Let us try and describe it. The filth and stench drive such places outside of City limits and they arc generally surrounded by miserable Liou ses occupied by a class of Wii Iskey drinking degraded men the employees of such establishments. A Large packing House pm ploys a great no Riiber of hands As connected with it is a Cooper shop a tripe factory and a shop for rendering tallow and fat in each of which separate sets of hands Are employed and an entirely different work carried on. But let us commence at the outside the City arc Large cattle Yards adjoining the cattle depot of the different Railroad stations at which places cattle Are collected from All parts of tie West and the South immense numbers of half wild oxen being yearly brought from As far As the wilds of Texas. Krom Here they Are driven to the Slaughter houses where they Are generally kept for some time without food before being killed. As required 30 Are driven into an inner Small Yard where a Strong rope is round their horns. It is easy to perceive that the moment they get within the inner Yard and come in Contact with the blood they become cow pious of their Fate and most painful is it to behold the sense of horror manifested by them for the few moments it takes to drive them to the. Slaughter clock. Sometimes they will rear and pitch and plunge in the most furious manner but generally tumbling amp shaking most violently from the fear of Deith they Plant their feet in an attitude of Stern resistance till with a More violently twisting of the Tail which produces excruciating pain by the irresistible Force of the Windlass with piteous moans they Are drawn to the fatal a pot then one Sharp blow from the ago which is hurried in the brain drops them to the ground in an ii Stant the axe is Laid a a the same Man with a Large powerful of knife almost Sev i the head from the body and Forth Rush-e8."tlie Liot reeking blood. While this is the Wilmal is quivering from to loot the process of skinning 3eoiakicaeed which when completed the eat ass. Passes Tinto other hands who a Tife a Ely haul it us into p. Hanging to in favor of Hendricks. He complains that of these lots designed for tie occupation of this not fair treatment and submits the teachers and for boarding Halls. On the icae to the consideration of the faithful East line of the Campus stands a Plain neat. The journal that while the Corn durable school House fifty four feet Long in plaint May be Well taken yet it under tended to accommodate Only the primary , that Hendricks believes that Dun and preparatory departments Tho now used for All the of the on one of Tho is a boarding sufficient to a accommodate from Twenty to that each one Thmas the other is trying thirty students. The Osiier lots arc unit cheat him out of Tho nomination proved. The whole does not exec cd $3,0tk in Vilue. It is unencumbered by debt and Ham has his brother in Law out engaged in the very same for him that neither has Confidence in the other to the Jerusalem correspondent of the bos. Ton Jav fifi Ier says Liat Prince Alfred. Queen onco be seen when we state that scarcely Victoria s second son who is a midshipman by the Odds and ends which or. Bocock ,Ary to a Choicie any one had retired for Tho evening and in Tho British Navy while in the port of had failed to unite. Delusive expectation persons having with ill. Boyden jail a received a severe from a but it had the effect to influence the overbid Init office but a few minutes before Quot brother middy whom he had and sensitive virginian to voluntarily with there also a dancing party at Reed s it is related of him greatly to his credit i draw his weighty name from the contest. Hall Only a Short distance away at which occupying adjoining offices were present. A do Iii it h i it a it it 31i? . Jan. 6.�?.joseph , an aged and prominent Mercha it died to Day. Washington Jan. 6. much disc i Sion of question of party &c., the proceeded to vote for speaker As follows 223 a 112. Another Vire Ipiniu outrage. Corr Poude Tice of the new Albany journal Imit Xico Oswe to co. N. Y., dec. 23, 1859. S i said to Yon in one of my last that the Quot irrepressible conflict Quot was going on Here and by and by it will come. Let me hero telis of a Little of the beginning of the end. Sales Birry formerly he begged the Victor s Pardon for having of will 1 Kely remain until the plurality commenced the quarrel. A Young Man named Nicholson living some fifteen Miles South of Lafa Eue ind., was Frozen to death in a fit of somnambulist. He had gone to bed in his usual health but was the morning and it was found that he had taken one of his father s horses with him. This was on sunday morning. He was tracked As far As immediately but the Trad was at last lost and it was not till monday Rule shall be adopted when John Sherman will speedily be conducted to the speaker s chair. But when will that occur our anxious readers will inquire ? a that question we cannot answer. It must be weeks a it May be months. But alas it is inevitable. He begged the Victor s Pardon for having of will 1 Kely remain until the plurality to a Choice. Sherman Kep. 109. Mcclernand 37 Bocock �z2 i. 1 Glimer am 4 davi., i Houston scattering in a adjourned. appointment. By express prohibition of the corporation is to be so perpetual -. The Stock is held in shares of $20 . The subscription of this sum Tho subscriber a life member of the corporation my in times him to one vote in ail m2etings of the votes Are cast by shares in Peison or by proxy of the lawful Holder. All the affairs of the company including the acquisition improvement or disposition of property the employment of faculty a poor , Uliey ought to have borne with cach other s a few Days longer without this Public exposure. The i Lith of january is soon at hand when the question As to which of them if either is to have Tho nomination will be decided. Our own opinion is that neither of them will be elected governor of the state of this year nor indeed and other Democrat. Deacon Reuben sales Birry. Formerly of Sandy Creek in this county one of the i morning Liat he was found sitting in the and most inoffensive men in Tho county Pur i Snow still alive but dying with the horse chased a farm in Virginia some ten years quietly Sanduig near him. He died that a o and moved there. At a meeting a night. Which to attend soon Aller he got there he water off prayed that masters would treat their slaves of freeze up like the present Phi Nix insurance company of Vilart furl. Louii. Appointment. New York. Jan. 6. Gov. Horgan appointed Benjamin a w. Bonney ksq., of this City. Judge of the supreme court in Tho place of judge Davis elected to the court of appeals. Kindly. Next morning he was waited upon v a some of Iii kind , and informed bet he must not Pray in that manner in Virginia. Soon after John Brown took Tho state of Virginia and the United states at Harper s ferry Vith the consent of Secretary Floyd Sale slurry was found t with an Albany u fear it i in no in his pock Uciana him by brother from this county. That a is proof enough that he was one Brown s men As As a col fro i the Hartford daily times . 2, 1?g0- from California. Tiie directors this morning do area a it. Louis Jan. I. Dividend of la per cent payable on and the Overland with dates to the Goth. Alter the Ord inst. J a cached Jefferson cite to Day. of this company for the one Hundred indians were captured in 1 Pitt Rion Region and had arrived in san in route for the Mendocino reservation. Col. Fremont had obtained of All the mines adjudged to him. Sketch of cob of Alabama. Onel or capt Ain. He was waited on by four a mrs. Daniel Webster is leading a quiet the following sketch of Cobb of Alabama i teen armed men. And Marc lied to they and dignified life in n new York City sur was made not Long since by a had unmistakable evidence a his pocket i rounded by relatives and . She de of the new York times. The Pii sure i time to Sale culture Aid to the the of this company for the Timothey have Lieen in , is unparalleled in the history of the insurance Busi is alwa3 s dangerous on account of news the world Over. They can get no drink and become mad. The pm unix company was chartered six every person owning a dog should be care years ago. And began business in june Ful to Supply the animal with water daily 1854with a capital of $2 ,000. During As the Best preventative against Hydro Pho i this Brief Quot period they have it turned in i rom new York Bia. Frequent cases of this terrible i Cash dividend $220,000, and in new Stock new y Ouk Jan. G. A senator Seward occur in severe Winter weather Simily to from the surplus 100, last july Arri de Here to Day and proceeded to the poor dogs find it impossible to i they called in .$1u0,<>x in Cash and i ton in the evening train Supply tiie selves with water. Ice and video $100,0ia out of their surplus. J another writ of error been granted Snow Only aggravate the thirst they must i heir present capital is .-5400,01 the Case of James Stephens who been have water. J we believe the annals of the insurance sentenced to death the third time Tor pois business Mav be searched in vain for an Onins his wife. Other so successful a record of a company but six years old. Liim. Option of studies times of session rates of Quot i state and had a tuition &c., Are conducted by a Board of galleries with a club to Oeor re Wasiqi int by government consisting of twelve and their president each serving for a term of three years. Four trustees Are therefore elected annually at the close of each Winter session. The of the institution declared in Constitution to be Quot to furnish to any persons Whon Sot ver the Finci Lipics of a common and Colle ate education. Accordini Quot o by three Despir Monts Are primary a i preparatory and a collegiate students of both Are conducted thro the mar who had so Laith filly painted him on paper but besides creating considerable excitement we do not learn that he effected his purpose by his appearance in the gallerie.s-. Here is the portrait Quot Willianson i. W. Alabama seized the floor and delivered an extraordinary hard shelled Baptist Sermon of that original and amusing kind for which lie Long ago obtained the Patent. The Llev. Or. Cobb has been for thirteen years a member of the . And a pillar of theft crustal eos Church. He is a Moo. The same of , and no class or d Man of the Type half horse half Alligator condition of human , except the in-1 standing six feet t. Or inches in his Broad curiously and evil Are excl i de , and so thin As to recall the Story ded by and Law or sentiment it i t a it. 1 5 i. By the one Rifle crept into his Rifle and look cd in lifting up a Standard of solid learning out at his pursuers through the touch Hole we have lifted beside it the Banner of be in Iress he is All Over the Baptist Parson form on Tii Ose subjects of civil and religious Black dress , Black Satin Waistcoat and Freedom which involve the rights of in is old Seal a Yard and a halt of thin mor. T,�f.1 . And a still Black Satin Era Man nature and the perpetuity and glory surmounted by a Sharp pointed White of our land. Disapproving the shrinking i shirt Collar. His face resembles that of conservatism of most literary institution i a deaths head Moth Tho forehead Liber boldly avows what her name imports her interest in All the humane amp just movements of the age toward the Universal Freedom and Elevation of individual manhood and Christia Hood against All forms of despotism Over the soul of Man avow cold Nam e for Coil end the Toa Ord was station. We to Ampey of tithe skin Adother Cleaolis out Quot puts a a Vamp of thelic Aad in awl the stamp time it a Cass Isis by for another Settle us Point it a a a a blocks. 1 a pm of i pm Gio Liber not Only proposes no one of the human creeds but discards them All. The Only Rel Giotis society of the Phvoc like the primitive churches takes no denomination Al name but is simply Quot the Church of Liber Quot with no head but Chiist no platform but the Sti ruptures and no buyers bit her own annually Bishop and deacons Siim Marvel such an institution should incur Thi opposition of illiberal sectarians and Quot Reti Gressi pc Aioli to Eian. But the constant and heavy Cun enl of such opposition added to our jkiyerty., and seclusion in a hew and halt developed country the school Sta steadily grown in tie i Timber fit Stu de Iii Quot of Rioual average from 43 to 174 dhring Jiri get five , and in the Public a tit Matin in until it has become Virog amp Ici Keohi Power in the Quot rapid it Lii Leht h in it i Jas Tel Cheis who hav0 elevated full 50 or Cain a the Timmon Schootz oath upper Wabash Jinai b a to a Wuy a Der Tat be cd my of a tax amp a it to Naiwi \diameter,.Tor facile i it 4. Tto and prominent the dark eyes sunk away out of sight the Cheek Bones hardly covered by the tight drawn and yellow skin the Cheeks hollow the nose Short and Lead thickly thatch with a shortish but Strong growth of Iron Grey hair divided in the Middle of the forehead. Swaying backward and Forward on his legs like the the Christian Reli-1pendulum in the Tower of notre Dame to was finally ordered to leave the perform Ance of the duties she owes to her Man by Tho name of to viands her country and the Church. A Memmi Iger has been appointed on who fondly lived in that state been alive to too would havo., r ,. Been ordered to leave with Deacon a tertiary and Dini Ster in Rev. This week has irom the government of to this county reside. A a a Folina to that of \ a Una. I will add from a Toj to votes to our majority. His store South Carolina to that of Virginia next fall the Washington correspondence of the Cai Mernal a Leer Iier says tie rare rumours again of a military organization for Mexico quoth by if a a o n Liberal . There is no doubt a is Sii i i that the organization of volunteers att Emit a a Ted fall under the influence of Gen. I is Ginatos Jan. Quot a. J Laurri and Tsien super Lac \ Isas Len re Senate not in . I of / Quot. Hides Ime consulted the Miles of s. C., said it Vas i with by i not his purpose cyst Eniy. To make a regu opposed i i speech but to sus Irest How har Ninov i Dis solution of the Union a revival of the Mirin produced Anong the three Elj German principality iiysli.m�.�?bui�o7nare. Ments which Are equally of to the i a invt. I lie publican party. The Collo Juial debate i a Wirich then took place was Happy in re i it Tho new York it correspondent he did not consider the democracy what result is not known. Some of their go to Vera Cruz to make Ternus with Juarez. From Texa it. New Orlean Jan. A a. The Indianola has arrived with we it at a says about us. To Are greatly indebted to our Cotom Prary the Peru Reini Blinn for the follow i Tho Wash run ton states says a a among proper responsible for i Brownville dates to the �z3d inst. Ing commend tory notice of us. We insert i the Small of the Dayis mentioned the a Quot to party Man. But an outsider i Cortin . With 5umon took Rio Grando it in our column in Hope that Tho Good i return of a lady who recently eloped from though he had been acting with the dem City on tie 2ith. Killing a number of Iii a Inklin of i. S l or and children in Brooklyn it of nitric party he was an Independent state s evens. Bub sequently a body of troops a,.j advice it gives to the republicans of this which took mrs. A Quot a i Quot a Oil ther Elbre from his a Kisi Tion rangers from i Townsville attacked Cortinas county Niay be used and heeded too. J �. Meyers to eur i would speak , gravely and Index in and retook the City after a hard fight Cap fort Wayne pay a i rope Quot and not got Quot Beyo it d Sandy Hook i in Nutly. The Republican candidate Ivas Par Turing his guns Ami sixty mexicans. Nine lil puh Ucan comes to us enlarged at the com before the lady repented of her fully and a Iii ii Hirly obnoxious to those representing me Cement of second volume the editor remarking Quot we have done this not from any increased patronage pres sin upon us for room but in the Hope that _ Romance suddenly changed into the enlarged and better appearance will in Ost intolerable reality of suffering and shame and so the unhappy fugitives made haste to return but alas 1 they return no More to thei Domestic Eden they abandoned and society will forever bar Gates at least to the erring woman terrible reaction commenced. A Little Cool Southern , in of reflection a few qualms of and 1 is connect Tom with Helper s Book which sea sickness operating Toi Ether. And the suspended there to prove the rotation of the Earth this gaunt and grisly orator swings his arms through the air with a sweep As wide and Deso lating in gesture As if wielding the scythe of tune. His voice has the wild sinking and falling shouting and , shrieking an muttering of the Western Baptist pulpit. His grammar is a Little More uncouth than his appearance and High i of enunciation keeps with All the fantastic surroundings of his nature Tiow and then he darts Forward thrusting out a Long Skinny Arm and extended forefinger at the , while he a question then crouching Back on his haunches while he feigns to be shocked with the answer which he put into their Mouths a Quot have you no other Man he screams to t pm . Have Yogi no other m an but it Sherno Ian to fix in that cheer ? if you7�ew, and Dou t go to do it then you re the meanest kind of White men that crawls this Airth for if you do put Tahr. In that cheer our people la lick us out of our boots when they get is Hom i Quot As another i . I amp Ziffra Necly confessed that he wanted a Little a Pney himself and Hahr a no it ight for a,5 Tiu Neil the cheer was, never did a provincial ii feb Faniie in a theater so tear a 9ssion to tags and out a amp of Herod ii the>4of 4tormycgmtu#iqn,4qd.?ild. As Darior of the distr he ,.lep�wore and fable As a length of ho4e>ipcr his arms ext Olive 4s if couple of jointed on. It has Quot pcs Avitt tie Handbe of if fingers Ito Ethier m a snipped be ,tl1�e tiie the Means of securing for it a better support than it has hitherto received. Had we the ear of Allen county republicans we would exhort them in the name of republicans elsewhere to stand by or. Bailey in his Enterprise. To allow the Beni in lican to starve would be deep and lasting reproach upon Tho party in the City of port Wayne and throughout Allen county. Can it be that a City boasting or 15,-000 inhabitants Havo not enough republicans in it of the night spirit to make a Republican paper ii not a paying at a Casta self sustaining institution. A fair Job patronage a Liberal advertising spirit and an Effort by each subscriber to extend the circulation of Tho paper would place it at once upon a living paying . The rep Uhli can is an Able and faithful paper and if if flags it will to justly he arguable to those who owe it a support not to the editor. A Mutt the Lafayette courier is guilty of the fit allowing which if True is Good Benedicts of a Lauks How Tuey Quot food Ltd the one Day last week it was arranged a Mong a party of 15 or 16 married gentlemen living in mount pleasant ind. That they would have a Sleigh ride a supper and a Quot Good time Quot All to themselves without their Good wives being any the Wiser of it they accordingly arranged to have the Slipper come off at Waldron a about five i fes from mount pleasant and on the appointed night under Sariotis pretexts they abandoned the society of their wives and in cozy cutters and behind fast Trot i Ting horses made Good time to Walanin so chuckling Over the Way in which they had. Quot fooled the but the women were not 50 ignorant As Thev Dipreto ived to t wind of the Quot St try at Avau Drons and Ioa olved to a Iri at the a they got up crts fifth Sleigh is to Accomma Dato their party and Arii cd at Tho hotel justas tie gentlemen were Peitit Gready Toi sit Down to a table a go me oysters wine amp a. Tho Ladics Bok Possession of the table utterly remix Ging to recognize any of the to Lem to rigid treating them All As a feta to Etc to a a pts a to Tinas for of Thor do Sci Mot a which it to a a a Iii by wife in to the a rapidly my la 9r any mind they Ere. Not Ved allowed to the bdiws.4 a Chi a lid Brt it Ugat min a with theia Dan a while and Fien went Quot Quot we Hout Waif a Taney so a to act a fit Emit a �0 pm air i if. Quot the Only Charm iter guilt to cover and hide her Saihe from every Eye and bring repentance to her Lover. Is to Ali or of abolition excitement at Knoxville. The Knoxville menu whig of the 29th ult., gives a Long account of the arrest of an abolitionist from Rochester new York a peddle of fruit Trees who had previously been driven out of Ashville North Carolina and who was taken before a Public meeting in Knoxville and interrogated. The whig says according to his own version he is an abolitionist but he said he had not Tami ered with any slaves a did not believe it right to run negroes out of the South to the nth a and he was opposed to getting up insurrections. His business was to sell fruit Trees arid shrubbery for an extensive establishment at Rochester. The excitement was great and the crowd Large. Rev. Jacqes Park and or. Brown Low spoke recommending coolness and reason and opposing any person Al chastisement of the Man. Gen. , however Nide an speech and excited the crowd. Col. O p. Temple followed and denounced Ramses sentiments As Only worthy of scorn and contempt and was Itji idly cheered. Speeches were made by James r. Gocke is Ali and William l. Scott e.sq., who also took proper views of Tho subject and counselled a Mode ration deprecating the i at evil of Knob Law prevailing to a dangerous a ext Iid in the South and hoped that Ielmoni Mode re Tion and Justice if Oxild to acted but on this occasion. The committee of Thrett Rocomio ended that i regal the abolitionist Jive Twenty four hours tar Kwe. It this was As we Lunde std it a to a men ded As to allow him three Day to i Rind up Hin by sin a and this we a Hia coined to think met with the approval Octh Ltd Mee. Tint cd debt it i Quot us the debate spiking he Ftp re. Park nid c at Tot and thei cd tiie no Oil the tank a for a tithe to be fearful a the Fri iwo if to go nil Eric a drs a Quot Wea no Bie by. The Inte Xei a of of fit Ondr wet mtg the crowd did Persed a Tad Eli in if Yoi Ell Ian left Tor. Fila a who stir a is a a Mir any of bin i a a Flatt a it Tny Misti Iii Tiit by contained the most vile and atrocious sentiments. Hence a concentration of South Ern gentlemen against or. Sherman. He argued that the responsibility of non organization rested with the Anli Lecompton democrats. J Hose anti Lecompton professing democrats who voted the Republican ticket Are in effect republicans. I he responsibility of organization rests on the shoulders of those who have voted for neither Democrat nor Republican because the Southern opposition have intimated that they will the democrats proper whenever it is shown Itiat such a Union will elect their candidate. Or. Haskin wished to know whether on the principle Laid blown by or. Miles those democrats who voted for or. Maynard did not thereby become . Or. Miles did not think so because or. Maynard was outside Tho american party. Americans were killed and sixteen wounded. Among the latter was capt. Fori t to led the attack. Cortinas fled tie River. Washington Jan. 7. in session. . Cobb asked that an article emanating from , read wishing to know from the delegation from state whether it was a forgery or not it appeared in the Barnstable Patriot from the East where the Sun fit St rises on our Globe. If it be genuine he. Was glad that after searching among rubbish he. Had been Able to find in Massachusetts a single Jewell which Sli Ould be shown to the country. The proceedings of the Union meeting in Barnstable were read declaring the duty of obedience to the Constitution As the supreme Law of the latin condemning own s raid and his sympathisers and those inciting or Prev Ching , m pm of moral or actual treason amp a. Or. Guiott asked that the Call for the meeting be to i. Or. Cobb said that it was not in the paper. To Lov Uji Ion meetings but he wanted them to declared Uchs senti Wnenta As had been read. He Helies that Many were simply for the Uii Ion let to the Mottott the Constitution and the rights of All sections Quot and let them their Bah Iii i Quot Quot tvs ice of under this Sii Quot Well . Or. Al Titt remarked that or Cobb do not a Ayr a thing new to Massachi setts or to the citizens of that state. A Hete a so it Tot Moro constitutional or. Co Riser if constr to fancies a to or where. The in Fudi sudden death of a Catholic Bishop Philadelphia Jan. 6 Bishop Newman of the Cath och Church fell dead in the Street yesterday p. M. Of disease of the heart Indian War in Arizona. New Youk. Jan. 6. A Desi watches from Arizona Tate that a party of rangers had surprised a Ranche belonging to the Tonto apaches and had killed 10 warriors wounded 5 others and captured a. Number of women and children taken a Large Quantity of bows and arrows and lances and returned in safety from the country. Col. Beeves with a party of dragoons had also Defeated the apaches and captured a Large Quantity of Stock and one Apache. The War is progressing vigorously. By Overland from California. By Telegraph from mali.0r7 s station. St. Louis Jan. 7. A san Francisco dec. 16, 9 p. s. S. Northerner from Victoria with dates of the 10th of december arrived to night. Business in san Francisco with the country for the past few Days has Scoyni More activity than during the previous week but by no Means brisk with no movement in any Arlica or Advance in . Amerizah citizens at in Juan Island held a meeting and resolved that the is land belonged to the United states. The of territory had. Been organized. H. G. Maxon was elected president of the Senate. I he oregonian publishes reports from is Mikan Gold mines stating the miners were _ making Twenty dollars daily notwithstanding the weather was cold and the ground covered with 8now iproyi8ionvery 4du--Litt e doing. Lard -13c. Gandley quiet at2pal0>c. Crushed sur steady at lie. Domestic liquor on changed foreign held for a higher Price. Coal Market much exc till. Man mice Istl Naif a Lye Jbv Willii be men we a no it to a to a Teri Dar to Procto it the it All Kho a Rii ii a he Lawa. Tbs a a Eow amp i iwo so Nie the Teri _. Cd fhe of Ion in Laws so Ted Ronith

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