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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 10, 1856, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort weekly by John . to advocate and defend truth and rep Regexp error. Volume 16. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning april 10, 1856. I at per year. Number 32. Or. Or. Alto Ruey mud. Coup Ceinor at l fort w la attend to the collection adjust Livent or be ear Iii of Dubla the payment at Purchase of land iad Exa i nation of titles in any or ind x. Pert Way a. Ittilhiiapal.3. A a Iceni Sunda a Caw York 0. W Kwiye. W. H. Carluch Alex Mcvan 1. D a c. Juu cd Cit o Jawich Btu of Ceca Calhoun St january is53. Attorney and counsellor at Law fort a Jed. Office on the Corner of main and cull ton St. End opposite the clerk _ Joseph 1c. Edgerton attorney mud coup Itlen a Luau laxdan.dcollect10n agent Foht . The state und to land a lies in any . Or lice or Rof Clinton Tui teide a attorney at Law port Wayne ind. Office in Odd fellow s build Iua Ca Houn steer we w. Carson attorney and counsellor at Law Foat . Iso. wll we. Ott Julty Ilani Ilton. Oil Cycon Clinton i professor of Law Indiana University. Samuel 1us8, Omealur. Tii Elland. Jan u5 attorney and counsellor at Law fort Wayne. Iso o office on Clinton Street two Doo lectionary. January 1353. C. S. Smith m. D., Suk Gbo of and physician. Office in the room formerly by drs Stur gis and Wood Ortli under the Sentinel office Corner Calhoun Street and a f o it t w a y 13 1854. J. Bricked m. Physician and surgeon. Fort Wayne ind. Office on South East Corner of main a cd n ton streets opposite state Bank. 381 a March 1855. k i. In. Mcabee surgeon dentist fort Wayne hid. Rumian Fuli for Pastl ivors solicits a continue x Ancelo Public patronage. Office Ever Staple Ford s Stoft. Braar 22, 1055. 25tf dentistry. Havno Lirk sed an off fort wave e. Is now prepared to Walt upon att u to May favor him with their patronage. Ilia new styles of Teeth to tins p Dic wiil Raue Dand double is universally admitted to a . They secure to inure my my Atis Iio time Tible of a m Leli Lii Glier finish impart twice the perfectly Correct the defect of Hie Iceil. front tic plate so common Villi the Flat Teeth filled with care and Fidelity. Special attention will be it Ivan to All diseases of air Mouth which appropriately Unur Rilie Licad Taur . 1. Fort april 3.js55.____________ nil by by Philo Riff Ley Corner of Broadu by and streets fort Wayne Jan. Ift i 1855. ._________80-tf. Wholesale and retail dealer in be Hume also paints oils Dye Woods surgical Corner Colombia . Fortwayne r. W. T a y l o h general produce b comm1ssiom merchant. Fort ways. Is Iasa John Brown Veit fora and Louisville. Has Pitt staff leks. The on hand and to Aje Hii new atone building North of canal near City Iff 1 ii is if Oft Wayne sept 281b53._______ 4-tr butt Bregert co., and if Oksala in boots and shoes 39 water direct Ohio. Cot quintly rec eng work of our own whih w e sell at Eastern prices. , a 185s._________________vf5l- to Ezek r. V. If makes a inn jobbers of to. 2. Murrow so rect opposite Hie Manli Attan hotel und near the Turk 4 by. To. New Yoke. N. P. Stockbridge sign of the Book. Bookseller stationed am de Alk 15 Isis la and musical last rum cuts. No. So. Coli Inbert Street. Fout Wank b. W. Oakley Sojot tin Sheet Iron and Copper Ware Ifo. Columbia Street fort Wayne ind. It l , k m lain son Seal estate Stock and Bil Sweet Pittsburgh a. Id particular attention paid to the negotiation e.oak8 01 Uortgagf-3, and to the sub division Sale and renting of property. Kor. 1c. 1854. 11 j. Wer Dews co., druggists apothecaries Calhoun s i Keet. Fort Wayne Ixia a. January 24th 1855.________________ijl-y Hill orb1son, Merce ants sell sol. _ 1 j. C. Orff wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods groceries Queens Are glassware cutlery so. 3 Jones Block Street fort Wayne ind. Fort Wayne times ode to was Sotton o. V. Hojlme5. Day returning still As flow. It Hilt Pic Turah of u burning Long As in Joni s altars slow Sec the Hiki that it gave us slum luring1 of a Mother s breast for the Ami lie strut Cleil to save us be its mom forever Blest tale of Youthful glory while of Briu to a Laud Friet Lasij fun repeat the Story and Fame o or 6caanj land. The Mertsa proudly a flaps above the frigate s meet the Golts a lilies Star the of Qubee. Loot the Shadow on tie dial Murks the hour of deadlier strife Days of terror Yea of trial Scourge a nation into life. La the youth become Leader All her Lam Jed Tyr Auta yield through his Tir the lord hath freed her Cwirn him on the tented Field vain is Empire s mad temptation not for him an earthly Crown he whose Huth freed a nation strikes the offered sceptre Down. See the throne less conqueror seated Tuler by a people a Choice seethe Patriot s task completed hear the father s dying voice the name that you inherit i the suffering Yon recall cherish the fraternal spirit love your country first of All listen not to Idle questions if its hands May untied doubt the Patriot whose suggestions whisper that its props May father we whose care have with the discord notes 01 shame we. Whose sires their Wood ivc mingled in tit Battle s Thunder flume get lifting while this holy morning lights the Hind from sea to Clear the counsel iced thy warning Trust us while Honor the acc the Ever since the incipient by of the movement which brought into existence the present liquor Law of indians that modern Jeffries Saint k Perkins of the supreme Bench of Indiana has been the most odious worm that Ever crept into that station the most hostile to All those Good and humane results that Ever grow out of the restraint prohibition of the rum traffic. We said tins modern we do mean no such compliment we mean to be understood that in heart so far As he had sense to execute he has shown some of Jeffries but while he was thus constituted he had not the station where Power could be so fully usurped As Jeffries had nor has he that towering Genius that commanding intellect that comprehensiveness of jurisprudence which distinguished Jeffries in his Young Brilliant diversified yet disgraceful career on the Bench during a part of the reign of a sover eign who most corrupted the throne of England. That he has none of Jeffries Good qualities All know whether he has his Bud ones let his his tory speak in language Peculiar to itself and then let the Reader judge. He attempted to kill the Law while it was in embryo by trying to bring the prerogative of gubernatorial veto into use failing in this we find him the fast Friend of the Dogger keeper All Over the state and sure of his decision against the Lew that class bid Defiance to its penalties and proceeded to sell. Not Content to await the due return of a Reg ular term of the supreme court after a Case under the Law was taken under advisement by that court he attempted to hasten a decision by at tempting to Call the judges together at a spec Ial of Toni and failing in which he eagerly sought in occasion to give his views on the Law in and Vance o the regular term in an exp Rte Case on a writ of Fatseas Corpus and having granted the writ and heard the Case he declared against the is. Fix More s Ftp bloc tjqcok7 of As Hojo sails opposes t. Hon. Alfred Conkling has written a letter to John a. King declaring his intention to sup port the Republican party la the course of his letter which find in Tho new York judge Coli kid flakes occasion to speak of mr., fish Liard and express his opinion of Thomac acts j of his administration of which an unscrupulous partisan press have commented with the if eat Tusi severity. Judy be Conkling As will by seen by the following extract from his letter not Only does not condemn or fill More for not veto ing the fugitive slave Bill Lut says iia one Tad a right to expect him to do this for he had no right himself to do be it remarked this is not the opinion of a political supporter of or. Fillmore but of a political opponent. It is the opinion of a candid honorable who does not permit his repugnance to slavery to Lead him to do injustice to others of this gentleman i have to say a few words that Are due alike to him and to myself. The Friendly rest ions that have Long subsisted be tween us the High opinion i entertain of his patriotism integrity tend to Lents the coat Deuce he fit to repose in me am the great person Al kindness i received at his hands while in filled the presidential office All conspire to Render it painful to me to withhold my support from him and had he been brought Forward under other auspices us i cherished a vague Hope be might be it would have Afi urged me a corresponding decree of satisfaction to yield him thru support. I am aware of the persistent and i dui Ibi not to some extent successful Industry with which for years Hui has been exhibited by those who had formed a Dii Lerent of his character in an attitude that if i had believed it to be just would have rendered it inconsistent in Ruet hold ing the principles i do relative to slavery to favor his Elevation to the presidency under any circumstances. But in imputing to him a willingness to extend and fortify slavery i a in persuaded is assailants have Dune him i believe on the contrary that to still holds Sla very in the abstract As lie is known formerly to have done in As great Abhorrence As they we were used on yesterday by staunch Democrat if could in throw some it on the Dodye of to Jinor of the jeffersonian in reply to the charges of political made by the Tkv Miville journal to this we have to say who a the sign gets right so that the Tifer Somun can stand the operation of tapping and Coli Ioir with his life we mean to apply the in Siruis Isnit and having cleared Awny the tutors and other impediments tvs l expose such Politi Cal left Rizphy As move even the heart Stone of the most to proved old liner in the land. We can do in so nicely thai the party won t know their Mouth piece. It will All come around in due time. St look out lokites fur the politician As he Wayne Fimes. Will not some Friend Send us a copy of Thor containing thit Dodge i we should like to know Toio he attempts to Dodge around or out of those charges. If he tries to Dodge j our statements we shall give him a dose j no dodging will Rescue hit from j the disgrace of his present journal. The paper is forwarded 3ir. Journal and you will see his Dodge miserable As it is so give Mai a dose of the documents and then or sooner we will give a Juss which will Bei a dose is is a which read by his duped Pari Lusn adherents will work both ways. So look out for a time. Fotahci4l Afi Sam. The Empress Eugenia tis said. Two Hundred Dol Hirs often paid for Flowers from a land but new Orleans Tan Fri Rev boost it higher two Hundred thousand fora Gar had new Orleans Delta. From Dally of 3d inst. What we could a Ltd could t help. The other Day we warned the Pul us against crediting to our office the execution of certain Adly executed Bills which Are Semi occasional a seen posted on the Street Corners without an nip int and declared that we did no work Vachout our imprint daily times som Rayho Cleie stated also that we were doing diaper fancier join urk and More of u than All the rest of the offices in City. This the immaculate of the Jejer Simian Akes All to himself and something bet or to say he attacks our infirmity of Calls us a limping concern thus we should of notice this limping concern if we did not ii Rrt Aih an instinctive dislike to now if we had had Choice of our physical construction it would have been perfect and Iid ced we could Tiow remedy it we would Cicer ully do so yet and be willing to roundly for the reparation but we had no Sulci Choice and it is now impossible to repair it and hence we will have to die As we have and we shall expect to incur no shame from it among Well bred men with others we have no Nerce. If the jeer Given by Jeen a reference to a moral misgiving of which we might five been unjustly charged and which a free and intelligent agent it have avoided had n e been guilty Lien it would have had some Force provided he had had been without fault. To Illus trate it if having been trained by the world s educator the Mother in All that pertains to Early piety if having been Ducat d by a lib eral paternal hand in one of the finest Lite Rary institutions of the Union if after passing our Early manhood in the refined and polished circles of the largest City of the Union if after the ustain of Young Sci Ola Rhood had a Wornoff and new duties of life d crowded on us and we had assumed the marital after having been elevated to places of Honor with loud profession had in veiled others to give us a High place in Church Esti Inar Tion and broke the eucharist with the appear Ance of sanctimonious Ness and through this prestige of goodness had made wealthy business connections and Fine and profitable social relations if with these things to give rank and Confidence an old and pious Friend had committed to us in profoundest Confidence the keeping of the morals and Darling of his heart Only daughter Young in years and artless As the Young Dove and spotless As the Newborn babe the Joy of his present the Solace of his de Clining years the Ark of his Reposi tory of life s charms and we had taken such a jewel into our own household there with gradual approaches and with the strategy of the com Mon adversary of Mankind we had overcome her credulity and reached but to destroy the Citadel of her virtue and then failing in the at tempt to hide our shame and iter ruin by a nameless act had sent her Home worthless casket without its Orna Ting jewel vase without the Rose and yet enough of its perfume to bring to destroy the Happy memory of other Days and give her to that old pious and confiding Parent to love yet in Loving to die of grief Lor what could not not be restored if we say we had done such an act it would have been the just subject of remark and Auer St censure for it would have been done defiant both of our moral nature and our Oetter judge ment and hence Good men bad men and devils even might have justly scorned us As beneath them. The physical defect god created us with but in the other we would have acted sour own architect and while human Laws might have been expiated it would have been unpardonable before god and his holy Law. But the picture May be overwrought too forcible for an illustration and White such n state of things might have is Ted we would sorrow to know such an one and were we that Man to would do As Judas Iscariot did and dying beg even that god would allow us to suffer in hell than to be banished to its confines where lives the undying worm and where devils doubly damned Are doomed to stay to save hell from a lasting burning disgrace. Go. G. Fogg of Concord new Hamp Shire is the chief clerk s. G. Han Nicum of Triston assistant clerk and we. Of Baltimore reporter to the Kansas investigating Iti Toto and set the prisoner Irce. That de pose Las hat no one nil ild w Xix Dalti at Bei if pronounced it licensed the m Era this for he right Hini adj to do timid and All at once the floodgates of these Eitl err doubt u t in or 0 out of deference to the opinion of Tinoso u earthly Hells were opened to destroy Ami kill it did adopt the Sims two Pecau with their poisoning currents. Thus having fore stalled the action of tie supreme court his decision brought to its conc Urance judge Davison a Man of weak mind und ductile habits it re .1 Tion of submitting the Mil to the exam Tion of the attorney general and asking his Opin Ion of its constitutionality. To Haas vetoed it under the is no Extron Liary of hut Case would a Tat been to say the feast a palpable t t Maine then for judge Stuart to give his concur ovation of the spirit of he Constitution. In acc and All would have suited Perkins but i lightened Man who understands the std Jet can doubt swirl halted and by his dissent from part of cens tre it Hoji or. Biltmor Cor a option elite of their views and concurrence with judge gook Tel taint i s ins i the other features the Law was allowed with regard to the precautions be saw fit in to stand in part where the inferior courts sus i instances to take for the purpose of Insu trained it. Finding that this Snake was Only ring the enforcement of the act if they App cur i r i i de even to some impartial minds indicative of a Little and not killed judge Perkins it note forgotten dial the went a step farther and after a commitment of j Case was one admitting of no half Way Muana a Man by competent authority for violation of ures and that it presented therefore no other these parts of the Law which were operative j alternatives except Ellie such of the he Perkins allowed a writ of Hareas National Power As edit Cut ally to forestall Mpwo a Init Hope fuss or total Labiti and discharged him from custody. This infused j from All new Lite into the abated energies of the or and he was found to again rejoice. But there is an Houi while the Titi Elias never yet been commit Ted to the nomination of or. Fillmore Anil sex surf retributive Justice which the guilty j pets not to be we Are not that base Man surely live to see and that hour will comi Providence of god. That Roth Elution occurred when judge per Kins Little anticipated it and we Here give it. In the common pleas court of Tippecanoe i Unity judge Mark Jones had tried fined and imprisoned a Man named John Dauphin for Vio lating the liquor Law in retailing liquor As a average at the City of Lafayette. Dauphin stud out a Virit of Juiles Corpus before judge Perkins i who granted it and Dauphin was according to the command of to Indianapolis to be heard before Perkins at Chambers. The Case came up for hearing on Friday 2sth March and the democratic House All set in readiness and the guests All invited in to hear judge per Kins break the Fetters which judge Jones had fastened on Dauphin but Here occurred an Epi Sode most interesting to the moral citizens of Indiana or. Baird of Lafayette who appeared for the state after attorney general Morrison had demanded tie release of the Martyr on the grounds that Many others had been discharged on the same pointed judge Perkins to three significant sections of the Law contained in re Vised cod cof Indiana Page 195, Sec. 725. No court or judge shall inquire in to the legality of any judgment or process where by the party is in custody or discharge him when the term of commitment has not expired n either of the cases following first. Upon process issued by any court or judge of the United the court or judge has exclusive jurisdiction or second. Upon any process issued on any final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction or third. For any contempt of and court offi cer or body having authority to commit but an order of commitment As for a contempt upon proceedings to Force not included in any of the foregoing specifications. Fourth upon a warrant issued from the Cir Cuit court or court of common pleas upon an indictment or information. Here ended tie Hopes of the old liners and judge Perkins forced to acknowledge beat remand the prisoner to custody. Now this is Clear that if Perkins knew of this Law when be decided on those cases similar to this and did not heed it he is corrupt hut if he did not then he is ignorant of his duty and the Law and is unfit in this account to hold that office. Hut we must not omit to mention one fact and that is that judge Jones stood ready to at Tach judge Perkins for contempt the moment had discharged Dauphin and then there would have been fun for Perkins would As surely have been imprisoned As that he had discharged Dau Phin. Let All take Cou Rajic now and enforce the Law. We Appeal to or. Brackenridge prosecutor of this county to come now to duty and let our City be saved from any farther Dis Grace. Do this or. B., or for god s Sake re sign your office and let some Man of Hack tone do its duties. Bring judge Borden to face the music Ami show his hand whether he in favor of whisky Rule or morality. Don t Dodge this responsibility any longer nor let Harden do so. Do your duty and if whisky must reign then Lei Jim Borden be its author. He fears your action and the people can no longer tolerate your in action. From daily of Mittet. We were unjustly assailed yesterday in print for having set Jno. Ii. W. Hawkins on the editor of the Jeffor nation in his lecture at Tho Hall last week. We never spoke wrote or sent to Han Kins a word before he had concluded his remarks which gave so much offence to a certain person. Now we Don t feel badly about it at ally but can say in the language of the ruined daughter who when enquired of by her Mother As to who was tie author of her ruin said 41 of it teas a Tildy Bat Cousin so it was nobody us 1ml Cousin he Don t mean any harm no not he. After having voted for him for vice which by a contingency lie vacated for that Mure honorable one of president and having sympathized with him in ail uis political views on National policy fora life so far spent and Given our whole heart to his administration while it existed and no less to his High moral character Are found false to every sentiment of jus Tice magnanimity and at our stand Point at the tripod to stand idly by and not defend him from such foul aspersions As demagogues who knowingly assail him and those who Brantly utter untruths him. His ministration is second to none in this Union and impartial history will yet vindicate when the tide of Uncertain movement shall have ebbed and the judgment of a patriotic peo ple shall have resumed its polarity they come As pilgrims to do Honor at the mausoleum which tried friends and patriots have erected to the memory of his administration but which ignorance and fanaticism had so Long desecrated. We commend the remarks of judge conk Lin who held a diplomatic station under or. More and who now that he cannot support him under the circumstances of his nomination is nevertheless an admirer of his administration and character and has the boldness to come for Ward out of the Republican ranks to resent a libel and defend that policy which is ignorantly and maliciously times corporation . Corporation subscriptions which were so fre quent a few years ago Are proving to be a magnificent swindle private ind Vicital stockholders in most of latter Day rail roads Are beginning to find that they who control the roads Are cautious to keep All things swi r., and so complicate affairs As to keep Small Fry in in protect ing their own rights. The most serious Case of tilt oversight of municipal is that of tiie City of Pittsburg pa., we Torii the Dix push says stands indebted thus the City of Pittsburg has issued her Bonds As follows in favor of tie Ohio r. A k Pittsburgh Steubenville Allegheny Valley Pitts Burin Alii Cunill Alsville Clur Tours Valky the Steulet Tititilli Toad is , in to ill and Ita Means exhausted and the City Lias to Bur Row Money to interest on the Jshii , the result will be that direct taxation will no re sorted to meet tie loan Ami other interest we Iii due. In reference to the subscription to the Oisiu tic. Penn Road that was made on provisos none of which have been complied with and the Bonds being issued the City will have to dance up to its liable Ltd Thero and of the resulting advantages accruing to her As contemplated by the provisos. Tii annual interest on the indebtedness of that City on her Road subscriptions is we understand that a thorough investigation is going on in the aft Ira of the fort Wayne and Southern k. U., and the result will be made Public soon. If it Don t expose the villainy of a. Couple Ofren tvs in this City the ii we Are shooting at the wrong men. Their feathers Are Lund to fall and then the Public can see As they Are. This is just and that is what Lluy fear. Lie legislature of Ohio purely a i offous the journal. Lindop items. The Vevay milk says that the ladies of ver Sailles clip Ley county with the of Khoii Iii Smith at their head have tendered a Public dinner to the ladies of new Marion for their Nuble conduct in putting a Stop to tie operations of the grog shops in that pleasant Vil the ladies of Marion through . J. H. Cravens have accepted the invitation and there is Good time expected. This is a new movement this giving such expressions of esteem by one body of indies to another in a pub Lic dinner. In uie Lavrence Birg press of wednesday loud an account of the new Marion opera Tion out of Winch grew the above incident. The of is says that the women after witnessing the files tin flip fur a Ion Lime Cuilty a and appointed a committee to wait upon Tiu seller and respectfully request him to quit. They did is but the dealer m Tulip him. Wund Call in a few and if he had t quit then they would make him. They called on wednesday Jat mud find ing no appearance of complying with their re quest they set to work and quietly destroyed every thing in the cleaning it out and stopping the traffic effectually. At Williau sport Warren county the ladies made another and More notable attack upon the j Dogger business. The Republican gives the j following account of it a Gie and Friday the huh the ladies of Willits sport Warren county i ml., assembled it the place appointed and alter making their preliminary arrangements in arched rank and ii into the Street Ami headed by some of the matrons of the place marched through the Street until they came directly opposite tie i fryery of or. G. Smith a Lio is the real owner but who order to evade being prosecuted made a certain individual the ostensible owner i lie by inf Tui Lay irresponsible at which place j Lofoco in is la passed resolutions of censure against John Quincy Adams sex president i the u 3 Ami then member of Congress for introducing certain anti slavery petitions which that House then called treason. The present legislature of that state Are about to rescind them. To Lviv just ill to Withuhn u with hold a debt of gratitude due the Ducaj. They came to a halt and in True military style demanded a surrender Ollie liquor and Citadel j Ami on being refused and the dour being closed and barred tie word Given a most furious it Turk Willi hatchets axes and other ii Wensiu with which the heroines were armed very soon j made the door give Way and with the tread of conscious superiority tie victorious Femini ties proudly walked in and rolled out live or six barrels of whisky Kors of other liquors stove in the Heads and poured the contents in the Street they next marched to another of those Hells of destruction kept Bya Low irishman and very t soon found that the bog Rotter owner showed signs of resistance but with a fearless and in 1 to pinching courage and an intrepidity worthy so Noble a cause they rushed upon his decanters j kegs and barrels demolishing them at a single j dash and soon we saw the Stream of liquor Are wending its Way Down the Hill toward the maj Teslic Wabash which seemingly was conscious of tie Noble service it was rendering to our town As it received tie poisonous fluid and in the majesty of its Power bore it off toward the i grand receptive of liquors. Thence to a dog Gery which had been located a Little out of tie corporation to avoid the Stringency of the corporation Laws where they demolished six barrels and from thence to a place of resort for the Irish on third Street and from thence to the drug store where they opened two barrels which of course was kept for medical purposes and in order to make a thorough business of it and with a View of destroying the least and last re Mains of the odious they marched up to the county and poured out a Quantity of Brandy Gin and other liquors the property of the county. At the suggestion of some one More knowing than the rest the cellar of one of our dealers in Staple goods was searched when to and behold a barrel of the Critler was found quietly reposing in Possession of the unsuspected. And Altert Sugii it Hud been reposing there in its secure hiding i place for no myths untapped and was intended fur the manufacture of vinegar yet no excuse Lun Vever plausible would be of every description was excluded hmm the Creed of the belligerents the aforesaid barrel of whisky was peremptorily demanded and Forth with the Well nerved Arm of woman s fur Tiande. Burled it from its Hilling place into the Street and its contents added to the troubled Waves of Tiit already in the Street. This completed tiie destruction and As we were an Itile though not uninterested saw the mighty torrent roiling Down tie sir l t we could nut refrain from exclaiming. There is no peace to the they Are like the troubled sea whose Waters cast up mire and and As thus we took from our pocket a Pencil and figured up As near As possibly the Quantity that had Dudt Oyetz and from the Esti mate build make it footed up in round Mun , from six to eight Lundn a be Siili divers and Ings of Urai uly wine. As an a Viil inv of the fortitude and in Folie a Omin of we a Inilda iat their approach to first named its Mati had a Cei Ved a fill in and an. Linin Insi Ilc that he Vav oui tire upon tilt first person that entered the room. Using , with courage True As steel tin belligerents steady to their purpose plied Well Stltt in axes hatchets etc., and very soon demolished the Hulu arks behind which their Well armed foe had taken , sundered like Bolt and burs and like an Avalanche come Doivan upon him. Hit Adu Tuil old Maxim in tilt Neu is tie better part of and Good Liis Retreat escaped the Ouirl tie Back part of the building and the last thai Warf Sun of him lit was under full headway with inn in Tail streaming in the cruet looking Over his shoulder to like fear and with All Des Patch adding to Tho distance Between himself and supposed enemies As fast As two has could do it and for aught that s known h going i to com pm to Tho i m nil finale the boys after in Iii up the our san i to with a Bonfire. After this it is pro sued that it will not Dan ii to that every female in this Jvn is in favor of woman s rights und opposed to men s wrongs. Ca3ualtt two buys on the 31st nit., in to Cross the Little a Glaize Neara place called Royal , Paul liner co., Ohio were upset from their Canoe Dorji Vnod. Their Utt Tiri col roil inn duo i Siulea after Button inti to rc--u3cilaliuui from Chicago trhtun6. Woe Mon docte1ne. Est rata from Ona of Brigham Yoong b Anion the multitude of papers from All parts of Christendom we look always with keen eyes for the Deseret Thuc Organ j of mormon sin. The faithful chronicler of events i Ai suit Lake the exponent of the opinions the Ileff niger of the practices of the latter j Day sunts very number has some new Rcv cd Tion of human capability and of human Igno Rance and we read All that the mail brings us with the same curiosity that we would go through a new volume of ethical philosophy wherein All our preconceived notions were divided and All the truths that we have Learned to Wear by were treated As Radical and dangerous errors. We have a copy of the of ctr for nov. 14th, and in it we find a Sermon by Brigham Young that touches the tender Point in the mormon Creed and for the purpose of giving our readers in idea of the line of argument adopted to defend. Polygamy which All Christendom regards As j Moni Truus we copy without comment such paragraphs As mos clearly announce what mor Mons believe. Brigham opens a discourse at tit 1 Rovo conference thus have a few words to say concerning one item of doctrine that i Seldom think of mention ing before a Public congregation i refer to the doctrine pertaining to ruining up a Royal Prem Hooili to tiie name of Israel s god for which Pur pose the revelation was Given to Joseph concerning the right of faithful elders in taking to themselves More than one wife. I frequently hear from others that this Doc Trine is laughed at and ridiculed i heard yester Day of its being laughed out of even jeered and sneered out of a Bishop s god Nevarr introduced Tolj patriarchal order of marriage with a View to please Man in his car Nal desires nor to punish females for anything which they have done but he introduced it for the express pro pose of raising up to his name a Royal Priesthood a Peculiar people. Suppose that i had had the privilege of hav ing Only one wife i should have had Only three suns for those Are All that my first wife bore whereas i now have burled live stilts and have thirteen living. I tis obvious that could not have been blessed wit ii such a family if i had been restricted to one wife but by the introduction of this Law i can be the instrument in preparing tabernacles for those spirits which have to come in this dispensation. The spirits which Are reserved have to be born into the world and the lord will prepare some Way for them to have tabernacles. Spirits must be born even if they have to come to Broth Els for their fleshly coverings and Many of them will take the lowest and meanest spirit House that there is in the world rather than do with out and will say let me have a Tabernacle that i May have a Chance to be the lord has instituted this plan for a holy purpose and not with u design to Allie it or Dis Tress the people hence an important and imperative duty is placed upon holy men and women and the Reward will follow i or it is said that the children will add to our Jonor and glory. I foresaw when Joseph first made known this doctrine that it would be a trial and a source of great care and anxiety to the Brethren Ami that we Are to gird up our loins and. Fulfil this just As we would any other duty. It has been strenuously urged by Many that this doctrine was introduced through Hist but that is a Ross misrepresentation. This revelation Winch god gave to Joseph was or the express purpose of providing a Chan Nel Tor the organization of tabernacles Tor those spirits to occupy who have been reserved to come Forth in the kingdom of that they might not be obliged take tabernacles out of the kingdom of god we Are commanded to overcome All our lust Ful desires also our Pride selfishness and every evil propensity that pertains to the flesh to keep the commandments of god and All the commandments pertaining to the holy priest Hood. As far As my acquaintance extends the Breth Ren who have entered into this order with a pure heart have enjoyed full a much worldly Prosperity As they did before the Prophet Joseph Reven Letl this holy Law and order to the latter Day saints. The lord intended that our family cares should be greater he knew they would be yet he is Able to bless us in proportion. I know quite a number of men in this Church who will not take any More women because they do not wish to take care of them a contracted spirit causes that feeling. I have also known some in my past life who have said that they did not desire to Havo wives Bear any children and some even Triko measures to prevent it there Are a few such persons in this Church. When i see a Man in this Church with those feelings and hear him say do not wish to enlarge my family because it will bring care upon it v t conclude that he has More or less of the uld sectarian leaven about him and that he does not understand the glory of the celestial King Dom. If i dial not feel disposed in my poverty to enlarge my Umily and to build up the kingdom i could not be acquainted with the difficulties thereof neither should i be counted worthy to enjoy the blessings conferred upon those who Are faithful. This should be the View taken of tote matter by tic of this people and when a Man or a Damian sees that this principle should he introduced among thu latter Day saints they Iii jul till in it 13 not through lust that men and women ire to practice this doctrine but it is to be observed upon righteous principles and if men Anil women a Oul attention to those instructions i would Promise in the name of the lord that you would never find them Lustful in their Anil you a right watch them As closely As Vuu please plurality of wives is not designed to nil list u Nur no but it is purposed for our exaltation in the kingdoms of i Oil. If any Man had asked hat was my Choice when Joseph revealed tint doctrine provided that it would not l lord 1 have said let Trie have but one wife not because it is tit a great Comfort me to have children but if i have nut Chil Dren i know them not. of my Brethren know we it my at tie time Joseph Nevi it Lii the doctrine i was not desirous of from any duty nor of falling in the iras to do As i wus coir Xiandi a but it was the fir tit time in my life that j had the grave and i could get Over it fora Long time. And when i a Fin Oral i left to envy the Corpse its Situa Tion Anil to regret that i was not in the coffin knowing the toil and labor that my body would have Umi Durgo and i have had to examine my self from that Day to this and watch my Faith Ami meditate lest i should be found desiring the Grav More than i ought to. Non badly wonder at this Ami that such should have been my feelings upon this Point lint they were even so. Now in any of you will deny the plurality of and continue a Odra so i Promise that you will to Diin ined and i will go still further Ami take this revelation or any other revelation thai the lord has Given and deny it in your feelings and i premise that you will be damned. A Muiir. Of the conclusion of a marriage at a Villa Are Church in England a few the signed like Register with Hiis tie pretty Young Bride dial the same Ami upon. Turning to a lady who had known our the Best scholar in tin school to her while the tears of in nest Lovo ,-i.ln.iratiiui stood in her eyes lie s a a Lynw miss but cannot writ. Yet. Luv uni to it him of inc. And 1 would ii i fila Iii him die was she not a ii Murk t Tri Eilts 10 the c00st it. 6. The a tubal says in a recent speech by senator a celeb of South Carolina on affairs of Kansas Terri tory we find some remarks made by that distinguished stau Simn on the Constitution Al position and historical character of preme court of the United states which Are so just in themselves and so Well worthy of re Spect from the High source whence they Nat that we find a pleasure in directing to then the attention of our readers when said or. Octlee the senator of the supreme court As the Citadel of the St tuition of slavery he might better have Dearig Nattel u As opposed to those who have called Tea Constitution of their country the Citadel of Sla very sir i would prefer regarding the of the supreme court As fur i know anything of their decisions As the sentinels Anil defend ers of the recognising the Equality of the Stales and at least imposing on them such obligations a that they Are not permitted to Transfer their judg Nefi to in to another jurisdiction prescribed i suppose by what is technically called in e higher a diction of discretion and prejudice. Have not gone Down or up As in Tienjen May choose to consider it to the higher Law. A for As i know the court and i have had inter course with its venerated and venerable chief Justice from my of Lucial position us chairman of the committee on the judiciary i do not Heve i have Ever known a body of men More honestly disposed to do their duty under the obligations of the Power which gave them tha to discharge judicial functions. I belive that the supreme court has committed errors though nut intentionally. I be Lieve their decision in the Case of i Rigg and Pennsylvania has led to m is Clevous const Quen Cea not intended by the court. Wheat the court undertook to say that the states then selves might be absolved from the duty imposed on them by the Federal compact of returning fugitives from labor i think they made a decision tending to absolve the slates from the Honor of compacts. They did no t a it in so Many words nor do i think their decision is of that import hut the non Alave holding states have to construed it. Instead of that decision being judgment from the Citadel of slavery it has re founded entirely in its consequences tothenoo1 slave holding states of this Union or rather to it their accommodating morality take Refuge in it to excuse them for. Disregarding the obligations imposed ipod n them As cd do Era Iive Agen cies i _ i we wild rather regard that la inti trib u Nal 03 one which i could look abroad upon the vast and Beautiful horizon of truth and Justice. I should not wish to. See them governed by that popular agitation which is threatening to undermine the institutions of the country a to id destroy idiot Only the present form of our Union but to Wash away the very landmarks of our forefather 1ft such Case i worm be glad to see the supreme court like the proud Promontory in the deep i t fretful Ocean Surg. Upon its base Titu rms its 1 wish u to stand firm at least As the Type of the duration of the institutions of this country As an Emblem of eternal Justice. ,1 at least wish that amidst the agitation of tie time shall maintain its we think with the Hon. Senator that such a decision was not Correct and his led to Verlou a consequences and from the nature at the in a that that court will have to overrule Iti d e Cis Iori Ere Long. It is not within the spirit of our own feelings on the subject of slavery but we be Lieve it due to the True administration of what the con s Titu Tiofio considered Justice that such a step retaken and we apprehend twill tse the new York courier commenting upon i charge delivered by a judge of that City to a grand jury makes some remarks relative to the responsibilities and the unfaithfulness of jurors that May he read with advantage in other Kcal ties than that for which they were especially designed judge Capron Tuells with upon the Sanctity arid supremacy of Law and nobly vindicates its claims upon its own sworn minis ters. He has not spared the itself which judges Are but too Apt to trea t As if like the throne it was hedged in with he tells the grand jury plainly that Petit jurors like other Public servants Are capable of being actuated by Bud motives and that their conduct is justly subject to inquisition. We Are glad at least to hear this style of speech. It a Posi Tive fact that one of the. Principal causes of the great impunity of crime if the Isi City has been Tho unfaithfulness of Petit jurors Iri wilfully prevent ing on agreement upon a verdict the juror Iri the late Ebling Case who ale Cord ing to the published statement of one of his Fellows refused to consult wit i tie de cd traction that till the City Hall rotted Down he would never agree Tif a ver dict which should Semi ebling1 to the state Pris on was but one of a contumacious class of jurors who have for years weighed like on incubus up on the administration of Justice in this City. He flagrantly violated his oath to give a1 Ime verdict according to evidence and As richly deserves the state s prison As any p cry user ride a within its Walls. Nay More for the false a wit Ness upon the stand May be neutralized by Croas examination or overborne by other evidence but the false conduct of a juror utterly and inevitably thwarts and foils the end of Justice in the pending trial. It is a Difili tilt and invidious task to know to Jill age Between the firmness of a conscientious conviction and the Contumacy of a foregone conclusion but it is a subject upon which the Law has a right to make inquiry and pass judgment and upon which Public opinion too has a right to express itself. Tin re is nothing in the function or character of Petit jurors that should any More shield them in the Case of unfaithfulness from Public or from Legal punish ment than any other class of i Vuic servants. In fact their guilt if guilty is deeper for it is proportioned to the of the responsibility entrusted to them and what civil responsibility can he like the jurors who like him Les upon character life Liberty Ami property i ird said that the whole machinery of government Viny lords and com Mons is simply to get twi Ive. Men into a jury and tie expression is not too Strong those whom life As Woiln that the highest interest of human society is and that even free Dom is secondary to it. Our jury boxes have been open to evil influences in n Way they should not have been their character must be redeemed and judge Capron has entitled himself to Tho Public thanks in boldly declaring the necessity i or. T to trip editor of tin de Avrard tins cute the Best authority we know of upon lilo subject of fruit Tiv of n speaking of the excessive cold of last in some Lucalia Tisall kinds of fruit Trees except Apple Are and in the most aver choices varieties of the Cli Efry Arck ill Cirlor very seriously injured Pencil tree s but Little better Scarin Many killed outright and in otters More or less injun to grape vines and evergreens have also suffered these remarks apply to Trees that have been planted for years and Many of which1 had Arri Ved at a state Ami of course those newly planted have fared still Woi a arid but few Smirh pm ept perhaps up plus be Likely to survive. On our own premises i end quince Cherry Plum and peach stocks As Well As Hardy ax., Are. Killed Down to late Snow Ami but for that covering in the Way of Shn Ibery Straw lie. Rev in Tulless have Hern Russ will be apr rely Teit. Nerf it not to sup Post we Are to have n recurrence of Mii h a Winter very Iii Only to plan a Toiv Ami Hope Tor bettor Lurk

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