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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 21, 1856, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne weekly times. John w. Daw80n-1 volume 16. Fearlessly to advocate and defend truth and re pretend Borkor. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning aug. 21, 1856. At per teas. Number Philo russet Gorraez of Broadway Andl Kuin fort 1nd. Jan. 18th 1855. 20-tf. April proprietors. Wholesale and retail dealer in Sundine 33 r us aus Shusi Cine also paints Woods Glass druggists glassware surgical instruments Corner Columbia and Cash outs Calhoun Street Wayne a i Marva. 1u55._________21-y drs. Brisker. Steward physicians and surgeons. Stave formed n for the pm tick o and surgery times when hot profession Nelly it . F Ficu on the South Bast Cunt a of Blain and Clinton streets opposite the Santo bunk. Way no. Apr 1 23th, n -1 a fort Wayne times for the put Waytus to by Bibb a debt. By Kusmie Heak full. There is a Mellow song Mert Low cd lowing in my heart a Vorih Iii by full of Luo Ludy. A will is Niy Bummer to few. Nor shall it e or Duport in it. Nor slip ill it car Deport. There is a gentle wind sirt with glad Mill Golden i Clit which Ever on my mind Hue prof fled Bright forma in or cased so joyous and so Bright met to joyous and so i there is a tiny Flower Alert a tender Little thing which blooms in Frog Inneo to if inc deep in Tho in Caus of my mind it Lachint Joy docs bring Mart Buchli witching juy Sloce Brit ice Ruvo. The Eong the fund the tiny Flower they speak with gentle Mystic Power of the infirm hearts 1 love of Pioso those Tomt 1 love Buchanah of attorney and counsellor at Law fort wave Iso. Oslo on the Corner at main and Colhou St. A opposite the Joseph k. Edgerton. Attorney and counsellor at , fort i Vayiar. I Jed. Will lir Sale und fail can Icorn in to land Agency Anit the in any in Lori . attorney at Law fort Wayne 1nd. Of Bce in Odd fellow s building in Houg steel we. W. Carson attorney and counsellor at Law yi7 it rustled my o . I Uriel. One will mob Lino win. Otto Allen Hamilton. Lil i Rafeii Tomu f in Dunn j y no Hamilton demur. On Clinton of lilt. Wjk or. Attorney und councillor us Law Wayne. W la attend to the collection Adjui Ideiil or no caring us debt the Al , Pur Chanc no Giitl Emmi nation of in Nuy part of ill Iana. Kkt i. I Nanna. Port ii. Pc Oulu a a. Llor Ramn. Luilla Napella. A alar. Keivan. On hax1iall, attorney and counsellor at Law Kollot Wayne. Ind. . Ihm. _ c. 8. Smith m. D., Skokon and i toys Laclaff. Oftle in the room formerly Liy Uri Star lit and Vivao Dworsh under the Sentinel of fact Corner Cal Hun note Etal i ctr alter. I o w y h w. Jumpot l 1 it i x m o a ii k k surgeon dentist fort wily us ind. Urpha Mckula or , Olicia. A Ontina Al Public Pitro Uiga. Of la Vlard. Ibs5. 3 John Brown in Vokk Ann v of Castek os1 on Liandi Adfor Ilia Norelli of canal Nair c i t v m i fort Wayne sap 211 Al 8 4.lf Huett co., and whole site in boots and shoes Avo. 31 Wilder tract Ohio conto fitly receiving work of our own mild Tero which we in 11.5ft. Whi-1 John Cru amt. Rynkus Max Alickh Bellamy huadli2v, Mcmakin Mun Rili liar thesul of in 1847 or. Buchanan published a Letler i. The Washington Union the Loco Foco Organ of the United Stales called the Harvest homr letter from which to quote below after Louisna was acquired Roro France by when the stale of Missouri which constituted a port of in wins about to be admitted into the Union the Missouri question arose and in its Progress threatened the Disso Lution of the Union. This was settled by the men of the last generation As other important and dangerous questions Hare been settled in a of Mutual Concession. Under the Missouri Compromise slavery forever prohibited North of the parallel of 36 Deg. 30 Inin. And Bough of this parallel the question was Tift to be decided by the people. Congress in the admission of Texas following in he foots cps of their predecessors adopted the Eam Tulc mid in my opinion the in Nuny of the and even the Security of the uni in Ruelf re quire that the line of inc Missouri Compromise be extended to any new territory which we May acquire from Mexico. 1 should entertain the same opinion even if it were certain that this would become a serious practical question but that it never can be thus considered must be evident to All who have Allan Lively examined the subject. Such have been my individual opinions openly expressed since the commencement of the present unfortunate agitation and of All places in the world i prefer to Ihm on record be fore the incorruptible democracy of old Herts. I Llie Refore beg leave to Oiler you the follow Iii sentiment tote adoption in 1820 saved the Union from threatened convulsion. Its Extension in 18-18 to tiny new territory a Liili we May acquire will secure inc like Happy results yours very respectfully James Hij Chianan. Char. Jie Iwler. Eiq., president and Cio. F. Manyd and Jacob livelihood esqu., Sec rely no wrote a Joiner letter which we give below in which he claims that All Power in rested in Congress Over inc question of slavery except when the people Are Aboul to farm n state Constitution. This being to How docs it Aland beside the doctrine of popular sovereignly. aug. 31st, 18-18. Don have just received Vours of the Laih inst., in which you submit 10 i the follow ing paragraph and ask whether it contains in occur ale version of the conversation Between ii concerning my Berks county letter on the occasion to which you refer happening to meet or. Buchanan it the i resident s levee on Friday evening i called us alte lion to this Letier Ami asked him if he intended to be understood As claiming that the Popilin Lionil of a territory in in unorganized capacity had the right to control the of slavery in territory. He declared that no such idea had Ever been maintained by him that the construction put upon his in Guage by or. Vancey was n perversion of ils plur and obvious meaning that in his opinion the inhabitants of a territory As such had no political rights although they possessed All the rights of american citizens thai they had no Power drum the dully julus Ioian. The Pacific at Tho close of the late democratic Conven Tion a Resolution was passed in favor of the Pacific Railroad. This May be taken a indicative of Public sentiment on this subject As it is with in the democratic party principally that any opposition to it arises. This Resolution was strongly opposed by the Virginia delegation generally by those who Are afraid that the Gen Era government should do anything useful for the people. That school however is no longer a living Power and though Virginia still Liv sin Tho dark Ngos and the convention out of Cour Tesy declared its adherence to the Resolution of 1798 that stuff is abandoned. The convention passed the Resolution be cause their constituents were for it. The other parties in the country contains few opposed to ibis movement for they Are Moat largely com posed of business men who understand the Greul need of such a work to the commercial interests of the nation. Itic save Rel outrages at Panama in Nicaragua which shows that we can have no Safe route to the Pacific hut through our own territory. This is enough in itself to determine this question but there is another reason of vast importance to our future Trade and National importance. This is that tie Over land route is four thousand Miles nearer. This fact will in some future the Pacific Railroad is the Commerce of Bolli America and Europe Over the Inland Paris and London will Trade with Asia through America. It will be the shortest cheapest and Best route. In Fine this great Road is both a moral and commercial necessity of the country but Iota is it to be made from the first we have foreseen that Congress would not consent to make the Pacific Road a government work. They might do so As a Mere military Road. But politician Are afraid of every thing to which Home political dog in the Manger might object. They arc More Aruid of one negative vote than often positive ones. Hut while this is the fact they can generally contrive to do indirectly what the Public Good requires although afraid of direct Means. Thus in the Case of railroads they have aided them in All cases where they Juss through the Public lands on the ground of Propri Elary interests. So in Tho Case of the Aii Tepe freemen whom your states adore and your blood a bought rights of Yoro. Kally now Anil you la Mora St posterity. Your i delay not Boyl up each state show the Glori of men the name your Rig another hour and town to scour us a right and Jim our t will be free i up bold men i Villi speech and song. Your wrong shout the hum Hud and lung Liberty by tins Noble Icart find voice he is now Choice he Wilt the land rejoice and . I j in Inu i to 1 a e porm o porn cues Pacach Railroad a plan has been concocted adopted by the self styled democratic Conven _ Ftp Schorf Che inns nod Acorn no More in quid meet Ami mourn Kounce in your a Mac Sty i remember be Aid Low who would free inuit strike the blow i on then to struggle go nor cease till you Are free i Siris of souls through Whoso veins their True blood Rolls shall it be said i King controls your nation s destiny shall a chief unit High Salt fill Ivelio defied in people s will and would Pinna us deeper still Nii Seiy Ihbe Peicie s Pla Foeh. Adopted at Indianapolis May us 1856. The people of Indiana consisting of All who Are the policy of the present Feder Al admins ration assembled in convention at he Capitol of the now submit to the peole the following platform of principles unsolved that we Art uncompromisingly opposed to the Extension of slavery and that we utterly repudiate the platform of principles a Liili it is generally agreed May be adopted. It is to make land Grants to the main lines Lead or West through Luna and Missouri which Tion of this state endorsing and approving the Kansas Nebraska iniquity. Resolved that we will resist by All proper will them to meet at a common Point j Means the admission of any slave state into ii Union formed Uiol the territories secured Freedom by the Missouri Compromise or oth Wise. Re Solval to Are in favor of the imme Lerir Forl Kearney and thence wholly through this Union government territory a Large Grant for the to Freedom completion of trim Klinc to this will unite and harmonize Northern inter s Tor the Southern route which in Many res lit Solms that pets the on the line of 33 dog., n Grant realization Liws o vill be made to Complete the line of the texan Ditc admission of Kansas As a free state. T we Are in favor of the nalu f Congress with the five years _ j probation and thai the right of suffrage should Hight Iceme the a you no Ladt s bed chamber. Decided advantages. In harmonizes various in j which will effectually suppress the evil of in be rests and enables a Road to he made on each Temperance. Of two Garcal Roules whose respective friends claim the superiority. In will Ercale Joist As much Competition is necessary to a a Cully Dave Luper no o the whole Subj Cal. In is Well ascertained that the Texas Road can be Ninde the Cli if wll be made the cheapest and in in equally Curlain when they thoroughly examine the from any Point on the line of inc Cincinnati lust tuesday night will her Mem Bercy 113 one of the warmest of the season a Young lady at Cir Knivel Pieta oort the Timur . The Young lady whose Beauty is Only equalled by her mod esty and whose Eyo n Durb Clintin has caused Ore than one Waistcoat to Palmitate had retired the times of feeding horses which arc expected to travel fast on the Highway. Are quite important. One Good Rule is never to give them Hearty food just before starting. Jinny singe horses have droned dead in the highways merely on account of eating too Hearty food before Stariing on a journey. It was once a Rule never to feed with Grain of any kind when the horse was warm and had performed jigs Day s work but now we heir very Little of Thip Rule As ten horse Are found to die suddenly in consequence of hard driving soon after eating Grain where one has failed by having Grain Given him soon after his work was done aim while he was yet warm and sweaty. The reason of this difference is very Plain As soon As you reflect on it and compare the Condi Tion of the horse with your own. Let any Man eat a Hearty dinner and then run a race. Let him Chase the cows from the Meadow the sheep Gnu no similar that which seems to exercise the horse and should he be forced is the horse often is to continue on in spite of hid disease he would drop Down and expire from the the truth seems to be that nature should be consulted in All costs and nature indicates that rest after eating is More important than at any other time. All Aro inclined to rest and sleep soon after eating Hearty food and a penalty is Otla Ched to a i option of this natural Rule. Rest is required in order that the food Mav have an Opportunity to digest but violent exercise or rests the process of digestion. The Experiment has been fully tried on dogs that have been full fed. Those thai have been let out to pursue inc Chase have been found on opening to have the food whole in their Stam chs at the end of three or four hours while such is were kept at rest had digested All the food which they had Ealen. From these facts it is Clear that horses should not have their most Hearty food immediately before Starling in a singe or a Chase where rapid driving is Enji cycled. Let them have the principal part of their Grain at night a fir the Day is work is Over. In regard to the old objection that horses must not have Groin when they Are warm we in pc no Faith in it. We have never yet have never yet had Good evidence that n horse had Bufi Rcd merely from eating his accustomed Quantity of Grain while he was warm or in a stale of perspiration. On a journey therefore let your horses have their Grain at night when they have time to digest it and they will be ready 10 Starl in the morning before breakfast in you choose and travel without injury. When you have horses that in pc lung teen used to Grain you May order half Bushel Ofoia to each horse and you May put these into the manner As Scon As you please after your horses Are put into the stable. Have often done hit on a Long journey and found in the most economical Mode of travelling. When on a journey you arc not certain hint the buy is Good and if Yon rely principally on Hay in what condition can you expect to find your team in the morning 1 hut ones Are generally of such a Quality that horses will eat enough to sustain Thi ii selves. They will Jill to licit non Niacas Early in the evening and then 1vi1 Bri lie Down and rest when their food May be prop Erly Digi wed. In ibis Case they will need no extra stalling with Grain just before starting in the i Tiit Iii to. Or. Thor non senior of the metro zing to use Iho language of a modern As ii will be to go on any line than can the Way of Tho Taxa i route will for the Ohio and tin j. By. W. New Youk. Bridge sign of the Hook. Bookseller statiom3h, Ami i Kalkun in Husic and in tical instrument i. To. Fit Columbia Sinai. Pout Wnm it. W. Oakley s0jv, til Sheet Iron and Copper Ware to. 19 Coli Tytla Street fort Wayne in j. E. Vitili. Hill me11c1m Jiff r. W. Taylor it Antral produce forwarding commission March Jutt. Fort want. In Diana j. wholesale and retail a Rolern in dry goods groceries Queens Are no. 3 Jones glassware cutlery onks s l fort Wayne ind. Street dentistry. 1 to. K x a an off Wjk i n foist Wayne. Olio mar favor Al la now Bill Ullh their . Ullh tiny Dimmitt in lie Grunt Clifty Micner fun . Of a her her in anti in Perl from by ror Frt l to l of l Ommon Teeth filled with care and Fidelity will be Given Mill of if moult which appropriately Root Utida Ollife he nil fort we lit april by whatever Over the Subj Cal of slavery a could neither interdict nor establish except when assembled in convention to form n stale Constitution. He further authorized and re ques led me to make any Public use of Icse declarations that i might think proper to Correct any impression which or. s construction of his language in the herbs letter might have with the addition which i have inserted be tween brackets this statement is substantially and almost literally Correct according to my recollection. In my Letier to Berks county of 20th August is 17, i Hutc Faid under the Missouri com Promise slavery was forever prohibited North of the parallel of 31 Deg. 30 nlin., und South of this parallel the question was kit he decided by inc what people undaunted Day the people of the territory assembled in Conven Tion to form a state Constitution and ask admission into the Union and not the first adventurers or first Comers who might happen to arrive in the Teni tory assembled in Public meeting. If n Dot Ihl on this subject could pos Sibly exist it is removed by Hie next succeeding leniency of my utter. I proceeded to Congress on the admission of Texas adopted the same Rule and what was this Rule the joint Resolution for annexing Texas to the United approved March 1st, 1845, answers the question in the following words and such suites As May be formed Oul of Tomt portion of said South of 3ii drug. 30 min., North latitude commonly known is the Missouri Compromise line shall he and Mitt in Inlo the Union with or without slav Rev is the people to whom i referred in my Comilo letter. Any other construction of the letter would Render it essentially inconsistent with itself. Having urged the and option of the Missouri Compromise the inference is irresistible that Congress in my opinion the Power to legislate upon the subject of slavery in the territories. What an Absurdity would it then be if whilst to nos Post reign Power in Congress which Power from ils nature must be exclusive 1 m the very same breath also claim this identical Power for the population of n territory in an unorganized capacity in conclusion i desire to to iterate and re affirm every sentiment contained in my county idler. I cling to Missouri com Promise with get Aler tenacity than Ever and yet firmly believe that it will be adopted by Congress. Yours very respectfully. James Buchanan. T. Sinfonia Esq. Clip the following from the Louisville journal the clerk of a gentleman in this City who been bet big pretty extensively in Envor of or. Duchy non returned two or three Days ago from a visit to his Home in Pennsylvania and i in s Sake not it was As we said about Midnight when the Valley be in Cincinnati. The roads from Tho lakes and from Pittsburg and Wheeling will concen Rale both Ponio to and fre Gln Here to be carried Over the Ohio and Mississippi item quid to Cairo and Itie Nep to Pulton Over the Texas route to the Pacific. The like Vlasin will throw its Pacific Trade by the Council mute to Sun a Roncisco. The whole system of Northern and Southern railroads will be connected with Hie Garcal Railroad Roules to the Pacific Ocean. No one will think of going by Nymn Uny More than they will come by Green land from Europe to inc United Stales. When this great Highway is completed and Europe Beji ins to Send its people und goods through America to Asia n new Era will have Arisen to Commerce. Even Australia will carry on her Commerce through the United slates and we shall hold inc Centra position of the world and the key to Universal Commerce. A Good prize like this is Worth striving for and in will hardly pay to substitute the Idle Jang Lings of politicians for this magnificent enter prise greater than was Ever achieved by the most of inc most powerful Niolion. Let do a orthia and let talc screams of the Young ind . We Ivo great of laughter. The imaginary fat Young lady was roused from mfr delicious Plum cur Liy hearing a noise it Tho Wim Luw. Half enclosing her eyes she was startled by the sight of corpulent form apparently to gain to her chamber through Iho open window. In Sertick her Al once thai the intruder Hud been caught by Tho rear of his Uii mention bibles by n Nail or some Oiler Sharp in strut Zient As he seemed to he struggling with a Stern determination to enter. Herlits thought was to second to give the fellow a third to jump Oul of the window As soon As he jumped fourth to scream which was immediately carried into the whistle of Tho locomotive on the Iron Moun Tain Road when it gave its first snort on the 4lh of july was but n whisper to the screams of to Young girl. Tho whole House and half to Bolilan police London in officer celebrated for his detective exploits arrived Here by the inst Sii timer in Pursuit of lie chief clerk of the Treasury solicitor s office i inured Frederick Madge who embezzled funds theoflice to the extent of nearly , and absconded with the Money about the last of my. It was soon afterwards escort nine that Madge sailed in the Arabia fur new York and efforts were made Hen to arrest him. He was traced to the a loll subsequently to Jersey City Titt Birg Cleveland and finally the Bay state hot blah. Who Boxt b the chief to Tho Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah thy Firo by night tie Cloud by Day blur Rah Hurrah Hurrah l in truth and Strong in hand ing in u tin land Hurrah liar mail Shurrum Hurrah Hurrah Tho state. Tattered Bau Hurrah i is in idly driving fore Huymh Hurrah Hurrah Llo la Boon repair the Cripp Luj fun alld bring her softly through Tiu of Cut a. Hurl nil i fico Cable Flag that o or her wares Hurvul Harr Lii. Hummil shall no longer Over slaves Hurrah Lin Rah Hurnie and not for Gettiner Buck and Breck ii la sweep the Pirulis Foroi few deck. Hurrah Force of Tho steam. The Clastic properties of Tho gases of the atmosphere Are owing to the Mutual repulsion i hair atoms though thy Rcpt Lioa in much More in this Case than in that of ii is a known fact that no cold or pressure Lias Yel been found sufficient to reduce nitrogen or oxygen to n liquid form. A new Chicago says an american jew who gave his Namo. As m. London residing it no. 174 new been Selling a number of Chicago after the following fashion lie Coos i j of in diff Pul up following table shows Tho exact con or. Ezekiel Thaxter on his Way to our Village neighbourhood were new Akmid by the outcry. Relio Iotus belief of pees1deittiai. Half events before us let us not spoil our destiny. The Flag on the Mibu Talir Peak. On inc 15th of aug. I8s2, colonel Fremont climbed the highest Peak of the Rocky mountains towering up feel and planted the stars and stripes upon its net emblematic of thai Glorio Tii in by Tho hum from i been so Long disgraced and placed Uloff upon i National dignity and hoi Man was Only her own Darling which she had Hung in a Hook near the window and which the wind had inflated and set in motion. There was no More sleeping in Tho House thai Jimis a forum. The Dhini station add Kansas. To p Washington correspondent of the Phila lie mire in which it has Delphin american furnishes the following key by corrupt politicians la recent movement administration s decided to recede in the Ai Glorio Tii Banner being lifted up hand from the mire in which it has the tallest Pinnacle of reference to Kansas nor Early in november 8 pretty Well Deci Tiroui n visit to ins Home in Penn sch begged his worthy employer for god i to bet a Dollar on Pennsylvania. Mind said a father to his son if next. Of that inc to rend the following ac-1 whole Kansas business. The administration count in col. Fremont s report of his Stocky hns Ceil import Ned from various quarters to Mountain expedition retrace ils Steps recall its agents and abandon pulling hands and feet in the crevices be l8 policy. Without the adoption of some such tween the rocks i succeeded in getting Over Radical course defeat is considered and when i reached the lop found my Comann there is n is Rions panic which has reached the ions Ina Small Valley below. Descending to West end or Washington. The first plunge was them we continued climbing and in a Short time " Ade when Shannon was thrown overboard reached the Crest. I sprang upon the , without even a life preserver. It is not difficult and another Sipp would have precipitated me to the others. A majority of the Cabinet into a Snow Field 500 feet below. To the Ndugu arc inclined to the release of the prisoners in of this Field was n sheer icy precipice and Kansas and the president is by no Means Indis Wilh a gradual full the Field sloped off for about posed to such a course. Both have been great a mile i Enlil it truck the fool of another lower y deceived by the in Kansas and by Mil and fixed n ramrod in the Crevice . Kit ii National Flao Tow Ivrin Tiff. Lull Luzg Wii kit waved or need and each Man ascended in his turn for i being engaged in the evidence j would Only allow one at a Lime to mount Iho of this and other charges is said to be sufficient unstable and precarious slab which it seemed satisfy the exec live that they should be Dis n breath would hurl into the abyss below. To placed. As soon us proper successors can be mounted the barometer in the Snow on the sum found the changes will doubtless Beinnie in the president s mind should undergo a Sud Den transition. If this course Ivill bin taken six months ago much mischief might have been prevented and discord jut in is never too Lote to do Good. St Kanoe Occue Henck. Something very singular is reported to have of tired on pen a Bilge in Lincoln county tenn., a few weeks Ngo. A horse and the Story n Farmer was using in his Field sunk and disappeared in the Earth leaving n Hole to which no Bottom has yet been found and in which Tho Farmer him calf came near falling. His neighbors were called to the place who by menus of ropes let him Down in search of the horse and plow to the depth of forty or fifty feel but Tho farther to went the larger the Hole appeared and he called to his friends to pull him up which they did. Several Vinsec cof soul Al Templo were afterwards made to fathom Tho Hole. The horse and plow have gone the Way of nil the Pieroe Podotas and the platform. Of Solms that the of Frank Lin Pierce has been True to democratic principles our Untim Lijich Mimi rum of his Meas Jeths and tonal Demoa Ralic Ctm Antian. The Cincinnati platform form. Is my plat the eject is both platform and Candi d asks Are Ferix tag Mitu Farlay to the mail Torru s sout Lurn rights Richmond enquirer. I Havn Heen placed upon a platform which i most heartily approve and being the representative of the Groat democratic party and not James i Luchanan i mull Square my Civ Lute is to that insert no new plunk nor Tako Ono rom Jama jul a harm Alabama Arkansas District of Columbia Delaware Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Alary land Mississippi Missouri North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia total in each 31i.m5 to j 17.0-10 3h.303 26 population Isai Issi 7i.iiki 27-1 2c3 13 800 Tiff. Following curious question of Law which has been under consideration by Ono of the new Yolk courts for some time and which presents some features of interest 10 travellers by rail roads has already Heen briefly mentioned the Erie Railroad has Heen in the habit of charging an additional Price for All tickets not purchased it the ticket Ulliac. Several persons ignorant of the Rule rendered their pay to the conductor of the car is he in Sucill along and found themselves compelled to pay this usurious interest. In june a or. Austin took his place in one of the curs of the company without Pur chasing his Tickel. Tho dist arc of his trip was three Price ten cents. When the conductor came to him he offered the ten cents hut was asked for in dime. Find ing Hal this Mode of travelling would become he refused in pay and was shown the door. To brought an action to recover in Mages judgment was rendered in favor Lor 825 and costs tiie court deciding that the statute did not authorize the company to demand More than three cents per and that nil Urther charge was illegal and consequently thai they had no right to ask the sum in ques the newspapers have considerable to say in regard to the religious belief of one of the prominent for tic presidency. It is quite pro Amble we think that the great majority of the voters connected with the religious denominations to which messes. Fillmore and Fremont Are attached will vote against them. Thurier Cumuli inc will indicate How distinct the people of the United Stales keep sectarianism from pol Vilics. a or. Fremouw 13 an Episcopalian. In proportion to Luiei Ronni Bers it a quite probable that More episcopalians than unitarians will Vole for or. Fill Mojo and also that More unitarians than episcopalians will vote for or. Fremont. It now appears that or. Fillmore strength is in quarters where there Are Mil few if any churches of the sect with which he a connected and or. Fremont will carry the slates in which Episcopacy ban the smallest ratio among religious transcript. I Pine m. Than indigo but As the labels Wero so pasted to keep Tho covers tight the trick was not Dis covered until too late to catch Tho trickster. Look out for the indigo1 a new everybody will to glad to. Learn that u new cent is to be coined. Tho old Copper head which has so Long represent Tjie division of our Decimal Money in use is too cumbrous and Largo for Tho Little value in Ami Iho Bubuli Ilion for it of a new Coin readily distinguish Abla from All others in circulation will he considered by All a great improvement. It is therefore proposed by director of the mini that Tho new cent shall lip eighty eight parts Cooper and to Zelro. Parts Nichel. This will Noriko n Coin of a dark Reddish color. It 13 to weigh seventy two mins less than half the present cent which la 169 Sun. Tommy Tny Eon what Aro you Flonn to Ullh Tomt we Simi it to the editor of con so. Gift cells a Story of Man who was before judge Jeffries for your name is said the judge take away a and your name is Illman put k to it and it is Killman. Commit name ought to hang him Jeffries was a Nile and ought to have been Hung himself. Metre Basli fullness without Merit is awk Ward and Merit without modesty insolence list modest Merit Linn a double claim to acceptance and generally meets with As Many patrons is Sutler s preside it Manofo Bill. The following is n Brief summary of the pro visions us Csutor Butler s Hill to provide against vacancies of the presidential chair senator Butler submitted his report and Bill to Ilav providing Lor the succession to the presidency. The act. Of devolves the office first upon the president porn Tan. Of the semite or if Shete be no such officer then upon the speaker of the of should either of these of Cora be ineligible on the score of nge or or net be in existence an interregnum would occur. Luller s Bill provides that if there to no Prisi Ilent yet Tofin. Of the a Conte nor sent Kern he Home or if these officers a Ouhl in ineligible from any cause then the chief Justice of the United Silies shall succeed the presidency in but what Are you going to Send it to Tho editor cause lie syn if anybody will Send him a club he will Send them u be pm of his the Mother came Viry near fainting but u tamed consciousness enough to ask but Tommy dear Wii at do you suppose to wants with a i will i Don t replied the hopeful u Chin unless it s to Knock Down subscribers t Don t pay for their in Perl hers a the loss in the Chute. The Paris Mai tour publishes n Complete list o the losses of the French army in the russian War showing a total of men of whom firms were priv tos non commissioned of ices and 1.284 commissioned officers. Thin does not include the Ivoun ded. Even supposing ibis Lote is a fearful reckoning and Franco has dearly for the glory won in Tho War but inc Best informal Iii lends to the belief that tie total is at least three limes As great a that stilted. The. Event of a a Nanncy i that office and inc what a German Democrat says. The editor of inc Levi Stern a True demo crat is he says elms Speaks in late number of his paper which is published in Baltimore we have always been a Friend to True dem vice presidency after the chief Justice Ihen each of the associate justices according to seniority to hold until the electoral College can be asset Kilili d. This Law becomes important in View of the present opposition of parties and party men and will be acted on during the present session. Mount of Olivo near Jerusalem hns Heen purchased by n Madame Polack the widow of a wealthy banker of the hebrew persuasion at Konigsberg in Prussia. This lady intends to beautify the place and improve the whole Liebig boyhood at her Nule expense. The fir fit thing she. Did was to Plant the whole area with a Grove of Olive Trees and thus restore in to the original state from which it derives its Seracy but we have found that the name dem As applied in this country to the Par to claiming that Tille is an empty sound you the managers of thai party drive or Lead Tho the polls like cattle and when Thev have voted you treat them with ill have them so no longer. The Northern and Western German papers nearly All of them in pc left Tho so called democratic Purly. We have not Januch Money but we Hava Many friends and is far As our energies and in fluence go to urn determined if possible to ensure the defeat of the falsely so called demo. Cutic party in the coming and Toft Shell turtles demand in third . J

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