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30 Apr 1859

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30 Apr 1859

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 30, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaF Edithb and 1 Korit Tiou Wayne weekly times established As a whig journal a d. To the Union the Constitution and Laws. Volume 19. Fort Wayne Allen a Huffty Indiana saturday evening april 30, 1859. Number. 3g fort Wayne times Otoe neighbor Lieth. Our neighbor of the distinct Ive party of powerful proportion Sand herculean ability something after a occasion on our return from Pittsburgh to speak of How we voted fur the amount of Stock which we represented this kind of Small talk comes very Well from oui feeble we have to other objection to it except that it makes an apparent necessity for briefly responding to it for we arc commanded by a Book which Peter professes to read to answer not a full according to his if w Don t quote the text aright we Hope that he will criticise As he has said that we aint so famil liar with the letter of that Book As he is thou Gli with the spirit it is conceded that we Are yet claim nothing As a poor Pul can How much Stock we it was for whom we voted Are matters to which our feeble neighbor in alluding commits a very great breach . It is True that we had t As much As or. Thompson the presi Dent but on the other hand More than some did More than our neigh Browns and yet it is difficult to discover Why our duty was less imperative to protect that than or. Thompson Bis and if he acted according to his own Jilg mint therein we discover no less a right belong ing to us. Liat the whole Thomp son dynasty were resolved on bringing the Road p., it. W. Into liquidation and we still think so and More we think that though they May not desire to do so yet their i policy will produce just that result which is tic same to the stockholders. We were charged with not for Jesse l. Williams for director and that charge is True and to speak of it As our neighbor has implies a censure. But we have not Learned that or. Williams has complained and if he has not then our feeble neighbor is be coming the however Inas much As we did my. And it has paraded in the paper it May not be out of place to say that we did t nor do we now think him a Safe Man to have a voice in any Public work in a crisis and our reasons we decline to give regret ing that we have been thus forced by our contemporary s acts to say thus much in a mutter not necessary to have been forced into a newspaper. It did t matter to us How much these capitalists represented for their Stock was the result of Chance in business just As arc our ownership and Trust but As Luicir judgment and ours were place by nature on an equal footing so far As exercising it is concerned we were their equal and not Only in that but in All that to tic natural Man and hence to cant acknowledge an inferiority nor allow them to think or act for us. We certainly know that the four Hundred shares of Stock which we represented and voted at the election were quite equal to and perhaps exceeded the Slock of any other Man from it. Wayne who was not voting for himself or not Mien sled in securing Somo favor in the prosecution of claims or desirous of continuing in the gift of dynasty i and that the four Hun dred shares so represented by us Cost the own ers thereof More real Cash or its equivalent than All the Stock represented by i ome who claim to be the election notices and All that was purely of thai kind or anything ordered by tic Road we should expect to receive and for keeping the and departure of Uio trains at this place at the. Bead Tif our columns we should expect a pass and that whatever editorial notices we choose to give the Road depended on our discretion. This arrival and departure we keep at the Bead of oui column regardless of a pass and for the sole Benefit of the Public this letter of Tom do pity the editors of the Sentinel and of the Democrat endorsed and we received their passes. The same or. Baily acceded to and received pass a few Days before the meeting of Stockhold ers for the election at Pittsburgh and thus he ii paying for Bis passes thus is paying for his compliment thus is lying for that Road whose Small property he is thus sink so far As he could the prerogatives of the press and become the Toady it which great men look not nor will Small men even laugh at because of innate pity for humanity Faulls. Tom Dupuy answered our letter through or. Randall and based his argument on a question of dollars and cents by calculating ural an editorial pass might be least once a week is far As Crestline which if so would make several Hun dred dollars now that is just what we might Piave expected from a one horse , and might have answered a purpose if an editor Carol nothing for Bis neck and had nothing to do but travel Over and puff the bad management of that Road. Or. Baily s neck is Worth nothing and he May do it but we cant. We could commit no such grievance on the dignity of tic such violence to oui own sense of to become apparently the Mere tres Spasser on the Bounty of the Road while we rare doubly paying for it. To could not degrade our manhood by going Down the scale of the grades of freight As to be lower than a barrel of Nano fresh from tic Lobos. We again a pass is of no consequence of us fora kind Providence has Given us plenty to any our own Way and a Liberal people Are sup Purling our business. I e care for tile press i care for our Honor and while we live shall never so disgrace ourself As to fall to such a stand Ard As Tom do pee has erected for the nor Are we have our efforts been it for on the 28th inst., the direct ors of the Road in session at the Cockbill House did us the Justice did themselves the credit did the Road what was needed passed i order Ili Rcd Iny the acting president turn do to iut to ail on the line Iff the who have not hitherto received the Xii it the Orv music. Lint 1 Liue miss s Stile l Hue her Gale. She suits me. Tiave has bin Grater singers and Thero has bin More Bountiful Wimin Bill n i More lass Huam Young i male Ever inn cd for i new gown or Side to place her bed agin a pattern than Maria Fassi Nikin her Best Holt. She was born to make hash of men s Bunims to other Wimin mad they Ain t Pickle Tomun i listed at the same is says head it or. Ilia Ley and then Slink Back into forgetfulness and let us of the press never know again that Ami were editor an Pfeifl Dent. T. Inns Hisim up Tuy is Juire acting if Ilio Pittsburgh fort Wayne Clivi a Oil Cim iils i this Zulfie c Wirt Genrty Jui Liis Rand ii c of Lucli was conditions to was nut Iii in exacting mul which we Are too decent to entertain. Or. By n Clink quirks were act Ureil in Llie same envelope in which Alliey came tint we must conclude for our remarks no Al ready Loo Long. We feel a perfect self Reliance in in Able to or rect some of the abuses of that Hiado merchandise of do for a i Road and while in will do us no Good it will Havy pass which carries him marked and labelled Tho lowest Clam of freight which to a Ciungu by a broken neck or leg will not involve loss to the we say when comes that people bin edited the people who arc supporting us. The order of the Board and in the notices from the papers at Chicago arc the evidences of How Trealoff fitting it Ait and when the Greaser Harr will at least do us the credit of having sounded editor of the Pittsburgh Post a paper that has in Tho alarm and relieve us from any blame in bring j feed except stealing from this Road shall have ing about the disaster. The considerations of a pass Are to us of very Small moment but As that Hiis been dragged into the matter again we allude to it now. The Rule adopted at Cleveland in november 1858, a that which was to govern Tho issuing of passes of this Road during 1859, and the difference Between it and the old Rule consisted in this that All ses except of course those used in connection with running of Tho Road were Cut Cut vat to of Jtb Lighett on. The line of the. Road who the time Twible of the Road. This Timo table was simply and de parture of the trains at Tho Points of publishing said papers. Tho 1st of time at which Tho passes should have been issued to the press along Tho Road passed and Tom Dupuy acting president did not Forward them then but been choked off and is dying of starvation and the editor of the it Wayne Republican shall have coded his puny career marked by imbecility and to shall see fools going about the streets mourning for this couple we shall then feel the proudest satisfaction in mock ing at their calamity and fear. Adieu or. Bailey 1 and when you again want a fight and to have nothing to do that will do credit to us we shall be "bohin1 for just such Gudgeon As you for nothing More. A thoughtful writer on the claim of communication with the spirit world the secret of Joe Aye is kept from age to age. No imprudent no sociable Angyl Ever dropped an Early syllable to satisfy the longings of saints the fears or if these Cri t can not by better told than by our modern mediums it to is Willi la Iilah Little divine in ios. In it Ahu tit to funny devils inc in said eyes hem Bible engulf 1 1 hie1 n pipe by. A lev i Shood like to hav a talc Maria out on my farm in haldin.svilll1, we Mac she Eoo Alvun in Thel do Siisi Lewith the buys Cut up Stron ask nor expect ill us under the circumstances and conditions of that Ihu overthrow of the Missouri Llie whole course of Federal proceed no in Kansas from the hour Bluit a urdu a Giulii us it in Lii in to Impi Buhe her five stale settlers without resistance 01 from those appointed mid to admin Ter Llie Laws there Down to Ihu culmination of the Leco Upton i Vaud hold to departures from that. Attitude which in was Llie duty of the i Eck Ril Nan lines Lilke "i1 minis Ter s Back auction Bills to the schoolmaster s set All inc Fellers Nizy afr her a holler it lick up to go it just As much As Slu wanted to unt i Degres. Every Lim a sin Coin Bank Rin out i grew More and More deleted Wilh her. When she bowed her hed 1 bowed mine. When so laced i barfed. When sin jerked her bed Back Ami look a Larlyn Survey of the Zuj Ione is Iid Iti a broadside of smiles in aiming pm 1 tried to Uii Jill myself and collapse. Wen in j Lellin How s lie Dix met she lived in Marble Halls Shes fail tickled her More than All the govern Niento to with re Gard to Freedo and slavery. So with the monstrous project of paying one Hundred millions or Over for the isl and of Cuba for the single purpose u new hit truss ind support of the slave Power in our Union. Surely it cannot he in a Cesary Hal one should be a deadly foe of slavery in or Der mint he should us Gross and injustice of projects As this. We do not ask the Federal to spen some time in the month of february a. Letter War c that. K by it f i i is no Boon to the human race to Timve their dim received by or. Randall the solicitor of the Road no 0 that Lily atorious at this place stating that certain pusses would Bourne profaned and vulgar Zed by these travel strengthen Ihu free labor interest in Muiir Inton we protest spending millions for an oppo Sui purpose. Who a Iyih that this proles is nol nor do we nor desire he proscription of sin holders or pro slavery men by the Federal administration. If they insist on proscribing , Why then they Nitse an Issue which we must. Willing to return to the policy of the Early presi dents under whom no Man s opinions respecting slavery were inn Deu test of ins illness fur Ottliee. Tow in is notorious no Man is permitted o hold Ollice who is in any manner i opponent of Sla Irry. What the Republican parly unitedly demand and insist on is a change in the Pulley of the Federal d Over Neul will Render it in longer a p Iron and but an opponent of the i ulun1 Kate Nylon of slavery. We insist that in i Stuie it shall act with regard to slavery Kex tension in the spirit which induced Zollerson to devise and Washington to Sunc Liun its interdiction in the Federal territories and Jen. Tayli to favor its exclusion from California. So much in essence thu pc publicans and will ius isl on How Many of the other Wing of the oppo Silion object to it in other words How Many if Llie conservative whigs desire that the Federal Iov Crement shall continue to to employed As it Las been through inc several democratic admin stations since Tyler s apostasy is an Agency or the propagation and Ditl vision of human Sla very v we do not believe that there arc Ion thousand voters in the Union outside of the National democratic organization who desire the. Ext vision of slavery or that Thi Federal shall favor such Extension. In our Intercourse will Southern it has not been very limit never met one who did who dues not now Call self a Democrat. If then we Are not essentially at variance on his Point we insist that no insurmountable bar Rier exists to prevent the fusion we desire. We i Clieve that Maryland Delaware and Missouri Vilh possibly Kentucky Tennessee and North Carolina May be carried in 1800 fur a National which shall be frankly but hostile to the Extension of slavery. A few words us to men As we desire the open and Hearty co operation if conservative whigs to help us elect a Ite pub president should such be nominated we i not begin by notifying those whigs Hal we Wil not support nor Vole for one of their number the free soil organization. Less very curd silly received by Many of titular by alluded to. Your proofs that the principles Ami entire Creed of the free soil abolition mix lures of statement is Niri Lucienl to thu charge of e Xor i Vaganov mud e against or. Filaoro i on account of the immune Cost of the Capitol Cyk ii muh his Hopes of organizing a gnat Union party will be seconded by All who sincere. By desire tie Pui of our glorious Conrud and those of the present us publican la Are indubitable and cannot be i in with an urgent Vita tin sex controverted. The most notable us Del to Bim by the party of Thia and certainly the most glorious Eutest the old county the Hon. Alexander ii. 11. Stuart and Wing party was Ever earnestly engaged in was dressed one of the largest and most intelligent in 1s-i.s. No log Cabins or Hanl cider excitement seen in Charlolle Ville since the glorious Davs of 1s40. Or. Slut arc seemed to have a licence As an Mcentire to their thy Albemarle by or duty. The Creed most formidable compel Alexander Kives who id been called Kimii la planted upon u platform the main preside Over the Meeyung. For More than two Plank of which was taken from the this Xie hol or. Stuart Cluett the undivided Utton Lalun to the regulation of the in Lilu port of the people which for in ability Fuir Lions of the country were so near one the Ness Ami dignity commanded thu respect of All same thin that scarcely a word of ani1 Tirril to u1 of Many who lot Iho time had their eyes opened to Tho upon tie subject by us Hgt. Thrown upon Tho corruptions i the Mil line parties. The creeds of Hutli were of the Dean uralic party by Tho Olli i Fig 1 j l id i in Lippi miss Siml h a i Lily endorse1. Ail advocated us Stock perhaps by a few t Cial reports of department reports. We cannot presume u give even an aniline of or san Ift s speech its t thu ? j principle. J u i thu pi-m-1 Ell this Sci Iii Llo Tho Onu inne of him in i a till Llin it j Tel Ilion during the Content of 1850. In 1h-1h, a Iii Wilinore s adminis Ruoi. I a flu 1s Fiir is Home As let with the details of Ilia Public evil than he Hie in. As Ilir Ney and quite a number under a More by experience delusive cog Numen Asl Nas Hale and i Nelly i i Ion funded a Vav Illy on Sweeti Oruil or mulls a lirtr11 Lii a they ail went As far As j Migacy and corruptions which now form part Sicly to a Ulicy Ihu head Waters of Salt Riv i and i Dou t believe i in Mil " the dem l tic Coli Iviry ills d in my jul Cressul Aii Ulli our Invar Kimii it. Is Lam in Inri Iii in harm Ami t 1 Tir t i a Lille. Luis i Piilini a which ital to dream she loved he or still the same i j should one be put Forward us Llu opposition candidate. H seems to us consistent neither with Good policy Good manners nor even Good to do to. Most certainly we should prefer an original Seward or guv. Lor we shall heartily and zealously support one like John Bell Edward Kates or Jno. M. Sous provided to Are Well assured his , his Pali Ruuge his Power if a Elfort to Swaller myself but when in Ihu next Sung she looked Strale at met called me her dear 1 wildly told let Man next to to thai he mile hav my close As i Shood never want Emagin no More m Elliis world. The Plain dealer Tylik net it my Kamerly in Itali Linsville under no circumstances whal Samever. In conclusion Murin i want you to do Well. I know you air a Nice Gal at Hari a in must Kei a Good husband. He must he a Man of lira us and Gump slim and a Good provider Man who will Luv you Strong and Man who will Luv you jest us much in your old age when your voice is cracked like an old Tea Kittle you Cau t gel. 1 of your notes discounted Al to per cent a month As he will now when you Are Young Alaiti in dlr Olin act. To Iii As 1 am preparing fur the summer 1 shall stay in Cleveland a few Days a Roble von will hear from my Ugin ear 1 leave to once More Decuin a tossed on life s Tom Perlous killers mean in Ilis Nis. Very Pec Lively yours the latest Bodge. We see thai some sharper is travelling West who makes a raise of Money where Tver he stops by feigning an attempt to kill himself. To semis for a doctor and and a preacher who finds him in in at tinny Vilh an empty bottle murky do 07 Liu Sidt a his bed is also a Long Letler to an unfeeling in which he says that a want of Money and in work has driven him to Iho awful of course he gets Over it not having taken any laudanum when a set spa helu Public nukes up n purse of a vent in e or fifty dollars for him and he proceeds to non tier own whore he at oreo again is at the Point of trill if. Miss j. J. A files died at or. Seeley s water in this City on thursday morning of consumption in he year of her age. She was the daughter or. Al. Vales of Meadville pa., and the Niece of president Hue Hanan with whom she Vasa great favorite occupying almost the lion of an Aijo pled daughter in fact is to army Stu Llu t Lii i Iuo or in an Altitude whirl in Vila Lily a sult in Nidiry Tuk country. Will Ever he i it posh in Wilt All the Abiley i possess. Tiu Ost Tisi be of Llie parly he what it May result i Tutu Mauiu. Pm Ping in mind the excerpts which we have made from the Lull Ido platform which this paper then deemed dangerous and Sci Ord shall remind our readers of Iho platform of the a Sci suit Rii under John Hale in beg of them to know How close a resemblance it bore to that of h will by thus seen lint that doctrine of the Bulit Jonisu in Isis Euleil Only Axser tril the Power and do Liefl con Rrt is to prohibit slavery i i Hon a now sir such is a Sina matter and i i. To l i i. I i n government of j Nimi Liy then Are one or or. Speech which we think proper to Inch As his statement will go far to show having been somewhat of an old res Deuter in How falsely tie whigs Lave been charged Willi the old whig ranks from yen can Ever get them Back again. The shul you May Call Deail i Stahl Ishrial ii fact Hal ilm Illel parly a Linn Bunsis Icicy upon thu Milij Shi Jit Niiva us poll Cli i refer that of i i upon that Plank in lilt in Rikli Lilly bulging i than to Sti Al in up from Imler ius Anil Hona which to ratio till Ami Huilin my Neil in Fencl party. It nol he Moru to Noralu t 1 lie Hon. Win. Smith replied understand to Llie charge the j is and Tho evil r Sumii ecu his Rouge his Power if Chojn ton of an adopted daughter in fact. She had president will lie used not to extend i Cen at Tho water cure for about a year but her to confine it within tie states that see lit to up recovery was impossible. A brother of the voting i after including its advertising of the running i my require As a condition precedent that to time publishing Velit a documents As May from time to time be info motion of Loerine shall to Worth believing. They cannot reverence what is poor and vulgar and Thoy will not respect that which is not respectable. All th6 tins to respectfully declined in a spiritual from Jackson Davi letter to or. Stat intr that for Tho Adver to Cora l v. Hatch contain no now spiritual or i i i .t._. _ i Jit that lilo country eminently needs is a re adjustment of the Tariff so As to afford at onco adequate Revenue and incidental Protection to the exposed and Wittering brunches of our National Industry. Very will p lady arrived on thursday morning hut her Spir it had Lac re a Ino Monts before. Her remains wore taken to Meadville for interment yesterday. She was a most accomplished and All who knew her unite in her i . Fly calf m. Der pcs prosecuting at Torney for to District died at big Rosie lunch in on Tho of Worllie in All c ".ni.m, it Kimii Uii i tiring copy of which we enclosed to him for All 13 of Ani commend and approve such n for Ilio Best Oion fall foal. Of. Or Iov. Chaw if president Flint makes a Man and Lawyor. Thai place is which to All As Oil Weiss Asdan for thought even Hal and then go fitly to introduce them to thu Philadelphia platform which denies Congress any individual or association Ami the territorial legislature Frum giving Legal assistance to slavery in any territory of the a s. Here is what the Philadelphia platform says As our Republican fathers when they had a ohs de slavery in All nor National Terito by ordained that no person slum lil be deprived f life Liberty or property without dim process Law it. Becomes our duty to maintain Elliis pro of the Constitution Al to violate it for the Pur Misu of establishing slavery in the United Stales by positive legislation prohibiting its existence or Extension therein. Fiat ire deny the authority of Congress or of u territorial legislature or any individual or association of individuals to guv icum ass Tania to slavery in any Learnt try of the United slates while like hupm1, while at i it Tisby hand being refused present Constitution shall he maintained. That in is Noy Jinn hut a Veril Ablo , the Wuhu Constitution confers on con worn told so by Ono who Nyhl to Cress Sovereign Power Over the in it Rios of the fort United Stales fur their governia remit und that in j name your author and then let him stand in the of this Power it is both tin right and duty of Congress to prohibit in Territo Ries these twin relict of barbarism polygamy and slavery. Now does it not occur to Tho Render that this platform is More Ultra and Radical than that which was adopted by Tho abolitionists in 1848, and alive and men of Tow Norm and souls might safely unite m Ihu patriotic Effort to put Joti Ihu sectional organizations into which to been ecu depend upon ambit Turcu sectional and whose Sucee the peace and perpetuity of the unit lion Dils a Presl us live men for such a re or Pui Ixa Tum Sulci Wen will Tiiu kits in Leuden hell and Kates of Missouri in Whoso support the conservative men of Llie North would heart ily unite with the Southern and upon integrity and nationality All parties Salvo or rely. Air. Stuarts speech was most happily received i is arguments and facts made a deep impression upon Whis. We saw Many dem corals who admitted thai if the charges brought by or. Stuart against their party should turn out to be True Ami without a Millicient. They would not longer sustain such party. That each and every one of those statements made by or. Stuart was Trute to the letter then Gainsa Iny. The aut mrily of its Anil democratic newspapers and the of Liniai gone by and our continued Friendship were Sut a f Repert of the several departments All sustain As that we did re sport to t indictment thu people have tiled against the deut Anil pass we look to told or. a to want to secure the 1 the up Politimi party is Uriati Chsu facts shall we could not use that we not sift Liat we i let upon by by our a relic. By the tiles of fort Wayne Timoff Lect Otlet tilt 1 of i the tunes Man w loaf Towt to a to of of whig parly edited by j u. Withers and t. N. Hood wound Tho Fol lowing which we quote As Tho a culex of what was Nan would like to make it Aii i yarn which to tie Esfi ution in wich the party then held fret Trad it or. Withers and Ahyou for an to or. On and sectional Der our charge that he is a wilful liar. Wonder if the times Man pot the pass from Tho pit Sharp fort a Avn and Chicago Linail read that a Lias Boon so Anzio ii of no Usa a pass on six feet of thut Road except what is paid for nor can any tiling of Tho kind incr tue who have gone astray. Fue soil. A inn Ber of i assets through this Placa one in last week with Frek Soti. And Liberty. Inscribed on their covers. We thought to take a a clip under urn cover of one and Asce Romh kind of mat rial that expressed their i. Carlos sly and in to Public a manner. Vav c silently approach lion gently raised the cover and discovered too in tour Pribola Load of of we did. Would or. Withers Nawata Ati still Retreat at such a sight we Don to i

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