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11 Dec 1856

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - December 11, 1856, Fort Wayne, IndianaWayne weekly by John w. Dawsonia fearlessly to advocate and depend truth and re pretend error. At per volume 17. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning dec. 11, 1856 fort Wayne times Philo r0bisey, of Broa Ruvay and i in streets v Wayne 1nd. . 20-tf. April proprietors. 7 Corner of Leaia and fourth streets Indiana n48-Ly wholesale and retail dealer in shoes Avo. Walcer Irett Ohio. Constantly receiving work of Mir Al Wii Oil Eastern Wise Leal Eastern prices. , 1sj, ib55. Wail Bellamy hrad lev Mcmaken and Job Hois of _ no. 2. Murray Street top in hotel and cur the Park Jim 4, by. W. _ n. P. Stockbridge sign of the Book. Bookseller stationer Ami 1ikai.ki1 in i Husic and musical instruments. No it Bluml Iii Street. Wayne b. W. Oakle y by tin Sheet Iron and Copper Sto v is hol Low War e Culum Ria Street foist Wayne Ini. L o r b Iso n t Merchol foist Wayne ind 3 up to 85 1. R 11. W Taylor co., general produce Forward Imp commission merchants. Four a Avn Indiana dry wholesale Ami retail Dan Larsin groceries Queens Are a ass Ware cutlery no. 3 Jones by corf. Coral Villa St Kkt. Fort Wayne ind. D to str y him How to fail it c real improvement f Are or n i an Zopfi 3ei in port Wayne. Upon All wlm May favor irl Ilni i Lollio impart t Tali i. Nit lir in Cocci of tiie tar i from the a common Teeth filled with care and Fidelity will Lin Alvrn to All of Ilie Moullin Rome uni Lorilie a four i. K . Ton 5 Fiji. Roll it neti triess which Ehll Lead to the instant incl Iii and removal of every nuisance Are unions the Good habits in which children should be brought up in their infancy. The he nth the Comfort und the respectability of his family Demenil ibis Al his hand. Provisions which the Farmer should make for bin family Are All those arrangements and utensils which ire Colci Ilalee to Nave Lime labor and so Rengh. There in much hard work Lobo done in the family of thu Farmer and on certain Days and it certain females i their terrible tire to tin full Steht of their of love of and Powers of now i Vonlil that you a Lionnil Yei every new pattern of Ruoli Iii stove or churn that you May Seo Uil ver Tinl in the . Lint i Wohl have you to hoop those in Pood onh r that you have and in a condition always ready for us ii. Have them in a convenient place and so arranged As to save blogs and As Inin Lias Pofi Sihle. Provide for the of your Many Little attentions to their Comfort Ami arrangements by which their inhers May he Funcil Ita Teil contribute Nodi to promote their Huppi liens. The Ink Tress of the family has Many things in the cure of a family to and try her i Eli Ign and the Brood wife will not fail to appreciate the you ony for her Relief and will amply re pay you by her cheerful Cumilea and increased patience and swi etness of the Fujier. Nevor require Trio females of the family to do those things which properly belong to the other sex. They should not he required o split the Wood or even carry it into the House to to the from tiie a Arii or in sweep the paths Ami Malieya Arno Iid the House or Curry polls of foil to Tho , or dig porn Lees for dinner. Farmer s wife hns been and is now subjected to of this but it is to to hoped that the Days of such ser vice arc nearly ended. All such labors he considered a part of the daily i siness of the farm and should he attended to in their the main who loves his wife and wishes to make his Home a Happy one will regard her feelings and never subject her to mortification and i Rad lion nature has implanted in the Henrt of every women a desire to appear Well in the eyes of others this desire should never be opposed unless it oversteps the Bounds of propriety lint should be indulged so far As your Means will justify. It is associated in her mind with the feeling of self respect which is one of the Piaros of virtuous character. Never by unremitting toil Render that fair and open countenance and those delicate seat ores course and harsh und that Beautiful Active and symmetrical orm to become flowed crippled and distorted incas san Drudgery. Remenier the t won inn snot endowed by nature Vith the same catiline strength and Power of endurance which Wae to mini let a strength consists in ice weakness which appeals to you fur support Mil Protection Anil in her Lien qty unil gentle Ness which appeals to your love and affection. And in All the arrangements of the household you should remember that the duties of woman ire he accomplished by masculine Power and brutal Force but rusher by skill by tact by perseverance and in proportion to the extent of ice labors and cares should be the facilities Mil aids supplied to her. Tims will Herston Ngoh be spared and her time saved for the cultivation of her mind for the instruction of her children ind for the performance of those tenth Chun ies that so beautify and adorn Feni ulu or. Anil How much More Check fail Nyo no Cess no ton will be the inborn of the Field when the Sec Eland Happy smile of the contented wife meets Yon Al the Ihrck should and Sheds Sunshine dwelling. Another and More important duty which the inner Oncu to his family is to Supply ii in with the Means of moral religious and Intel Ectal culture. Your children be trained Venn their earliest infancy to be land obedient truthful industrious and As fast As their Intel Lect is developed let it receive appropriate Cul Ture. Never Fruge the Cost of looks pc nud cals or papers or taxes for the institutions of learning. Money paid for the education of Lour children is Tho Best investment you can make Lor them and remember that As tin world advances in knowledge und the comforts and conveniences of life increase thu mansard of education must he elevated from generation to generation. It is not enough that your Chil Dren Are in the things that Yon Learned in the schools of your boyhood. They must be to ugh those things that you know in your Man Hoot fool that you need to there has been As you All know a Groat revival of interest in the cause of education within a r. Nuil of Ini Miti London. Stud a philosopher to London hut fur your life no poet Send a philosopher there Ami stand firm Al the Corner of Chen Pulde. Where he will learn More than from All tic books of he last Lei sic fair and As the Billows of human life Roar a round him so will a sea of new thoughts aria before him and the a Terni spirit which moves upon the lace of the Waters will breathe upon him to will hear the pulse of the world audibly and Sou it if London is Tho right hand of Iho Active right then we May regard the route which. Leads from Hie Exchange id Downing Street us the world s pyloric artery lint never Send a poet to Lon Don. This Down Wirht earnestness of All this colossal uniformity this machine like move ment this troubled spirit in pleasure itself this exaggerated London smothers the imagination and rends the 05" Llev. I. Coniway delivered a Sermon on thanksgiving Day in the unitarian Church Cincinnati from the text in All this Job sin a get l cliap., 21 Virse which strikes us As a Model discourse. We find a report of in in thu, and copy Tho crud Jiou. In conclusion the speaker said hear Tho Story of the child which went Forth into the Mountain Ravine. Whilst the child wandered there he called aloud to break the loneliness and heard a voice which called to him in the same Une. He culled thought the voice again Moe Ceil him. Flushed Wilh anger he rushed to find the boy who insulted him. But could find none. Lie then called out to him in anger and with All abusive epithets All of which were faithfully returned to him. Choking with rage the child run to his Mother and complained that a boy in the Xiv soda Lead abused und insulted him with Many vile words. Hut the Mother took Bur child by the hand and said Aly child tit so were but the echoes of thine own voice. Whatever Thon didst cell was returned to Tecc from the Hill Side Ali lust thou called out pleasant words pleasant words had returned to thee. Let this be thy lesson through life. The a world will be the Echo of thine own spirit. Treat thy Fellows with Unk illness and they will answer Wilh 1111 kindness with love and thou shall have love. Send Forth Sunshine from thy spirit find thou Shalt never have a clouded Day Curry about a vindictive spirit and even in the Flowers shall Lurk curses. Thou Shalt receive Ever wll Khoii i divest Mil that alone always is that child in. The Mountain passes and every Man and every woman is that a state without taxes. The state of Texas is in a most enviable condition in regard to her finances. She is the envy of the country her comptroller in a re cent report presents the following flattering of her condition. Thu Stato is out of debt with a surplus of Over a million of dollars in the Treasury a permanent Al p or school uni id of ten millions of unappropriated Public Domain estimated lit one Hundred Millenna of acres which if judiciously used would Subserve All the purposes of inter Nal improvements Vij Nimrod by the state and a lighter than is imposed on Uny other people and which is adequate to All the Avants of the government. The aggregate amount of taxable property is very nearly being an increase i f Over the previous year. The present financial condition of the state is highly satisfactory and calculated to inspire Confidence in its ability to carry out Tho grand schemes of internal improvement to which the Aid of the slate is pledged und which will in in acc the value of All silo now Nosse ses four fold. It is impossible to the Ria principles which by their recent political Clio. The people of inc United states have sanctioned and announced. They have asserted the constitutional Equality of each and till of the sales of inc Union tis Stales they have affirmed the constitutional Equality of each and All of the citizens of inc United Stales As citizens whatever their religion wherever their birth or their residence they have maintained the inviolability of the constitutional rights of the different sections of the Union and they have proclaimed their devoted and annl Scrubb attachment to the Union and to the Constitution As objects of interest Superior to All subjects of local or Section no controversy As the safeguard of the rights of All As the spirit and the essence of the Liberty peace and real Ness of the Republic. In doing ibis they have it the same time emphatically condemned the idea of organizing. In these United sales More geographical Par ties of in hostile array towards other thu different Paris of the country North or South Cost or West. Schemes of this nature fraught Wilh incalculable mischief and which the considerate sense of the people bus rejected could have had countenance in no part of Tho country Hud they not been disguised plausible in appearance Ucli Iier upon in excited stale of the Public mind induced by causes temporary in their character and it is to be hoped transient in their influence. Perfect Liberty of association for political objects and Tho widest scope of discussion Are Iho received and conditions of Gocr Mienl in our country. Our innit Lions framed in the spirit of the intelligence and Iniego Rily of the people do nol forbid citizens either individually or ass Ciales together to Allock by writing speech or any other Ellioda Short of Force the Costil Uijun and the very existence of the Union under the shelter of this great Liberty and protected by the Laws and usages of the government they assail associations have been formed in some of the Stales of , who pretending to seek Only to prevent the spread of the institution of slavery Inlo the present or future inchoate styles of the Union Are really inflamed with desire to change the Domestic institutions of existing suites. To accomplish their objects they dictate themselves to the odious Lask of depreciating the government organization which in their Way and of column rating Wilh indiscriminate invective not Only the citizens of particular slates with whose Laws they find Faull but All others of their fellow citizens the country who do not participate with them in their assaults upon thu const Lulion framed and adopted by our fathers and claim if for the privileges the Union. They would upon deliberation shrink with unaffected horror from any conscious act of disunion or civil War. But Thev have entered into a path which leads nowhere unless it be to civil War and disunion and which has no other possible outlet. They Hove proceeded thus fur in that direction in consequence of the successive stages of their Progress having con misled of a series of secondary issues each of which professed to be confined within constitutional and peaceful limits but which attempted indirectly what few men were willing to do directly thai is to act aggressively against the constitutional rights of nearly one half of the thirty one slates. In the Long series of acts of in direct aggression the first was the strenuous agitation by citizens of the Northern Stales in Congress and put of the question of negro emancipation in the Southern state the second step in this path of evil consisted of acts of Iho people of the Northern states and in several instances of . Named to fact Little the a scope of persons held to ser vice in the Southern to prevent their extradition when reclaimed according to Law and in virtue of express provisions of the Constitution to promote this object legislative enactments and other Means were adopted to take away or defeat the Constitution solemnly guarantied. In order to nullify the then existing act of Congress concerning Iho Exira Dilion of fugitives from service Laws were enacted in Many states forbidding their officers under the severest penalties to participate in the execution of any act of Congress whatever. In this Way that system of harmonious co operation Between the authorities of the United states and of the several states for the maintenance of their common institutions which existed in the Early years of the de so Royce conflicts of jurisdiction came to be frequent and Congress found itself comp Elk. For Tho support of the Constitution and the vindication of its Power to authorize the appoint ment of new Ollices charged with the execution of its acts As if they and the officers of the flutes were the ministers respectively of foreign governments in a state of Mii Lual than fellow magistrates of a common country givers with undue estimation of the value of the in they give or in View to if Peculiar strength make in perpetual in terms but they cannot thus bind the cons Lence the judgement and the will of those who May sue cued them invested similar responsibilities and clothed with equal authority. Mure careful investigation May prove the Law lobe unsound i principle. Experience my show it to join perfect in detail ant impracticable in execution. And then both reason und right Combine not merely to justify but to require its repeal. The Constitution supreme us it is Over All the departments of the government legislative executive and judicial is open to amendment by its very terms and Congress or the states Nuy in their discretion propose amendment to it solemn compact lilo ugly it in truth is Between the Sovereign states of the Union. In Cal instance a political enactment which had Censed to have Legal Power or authority of any kind was repealed. The position assumed that Congress had no moral to nut such re peal was Strunge enough and Singu Hirly so in View of the fart that the argument came from number 15. Samc Rumor or fuels. Thus Itie territory Hull been seemingly with extreme violence when the whole amount of such acts Lias not been greater than Ighut occasionally pusses be fore us in Tingle cities to the All Good citizens but without Lien or regarded is i ral or permanent political consequence. _ imputed irregular ties in the in Kansas like occasional irregularities f tie same desm Pityn in the states were beyond the sphere of action of the executive. Jut incidents of factual violence or of organized obstruction of Law per tenaciously renewed from time to time have been met As they occurred by such Means As Wen available und 03 the circumstances required and nothing of this character now remains to affect the general peace of the Union. I lie attempt of n Purl of the of to erect a revolutionary government though sedulously encouraged and supplied with pecuniary did from Active agents of disorder in some of the slates has completely failed. To lies of armed men foreign to live been prevented from entering or compelled to leave it. Predatory bands engaged in ads a ans Hose who openly refused obedience to existing of rapine under cover of the Mia inn political Laws of the and having the same popular Des j disturbances live been arrested or dispersed and every Well disposed person is now enabled once More to devote himself in peace to the Pur suits of prosperous Industry fur the prosecution of which lie undertook to participate in the settlement of . It affords me a mingled satisfaction thus to nation Imd Quality As Compromise More who unequivocally disregarded and condemned the most positive and obligatory injunctions of the Constitution itself and sought by Means within their reach to deprive a portion their fellow citizens of the equal Chi join edit _ or congenial Chur Acler and equally with ill former destitute of foundation in reason an truth. It was imputed that the measure Origi i Natch in inc Conception of extending the Nitts i of slave labor beyond Lowe previously assigned to it und that such was it natural us Well As in tended effect and these baseless assumptions were Imide in the Northern staler the ground of unceasing uss Nalt upon Rohls. The repeal in terms of a statute whih was already obsolete and also null for unconstitutionality could have no influence to obstruct or n promote the propagation of conflicting views of a part of the military Force of the United states. The withdrawal of thai Force from its proper duty of defending tie country against foreign foes or the Savages of the Frontier to employ it for the suppression of Domestic insurrection is when the exigency occurs a mat Ter of the most i urn so solicitude. On this occasion of imperative necessity it has been Don h Onul rights with the beat results and my satisfaction in to u whih was attainment of such results by such mean s a Liy through the Wisdom and Energy of Tho present executive of the peacefully subsisting tinder the Protection of it was proposed to Armit the sate of Maine b separation of Ler Tilory ceded by France to the United Stales representatives in Congress objected to the admission of Floc Latler unless conditions suited to particular views of Public policy the imposition of such a condition was successfully resisted. But at the same period the question was presented of imposing restrictions upon Tho residue of ceded by France. That question was for the time disposed of by the adoption of a geographical line of limitation. In this connection it should not he forgotten that France of her own Accord resolved for considerations of the most far sighted sumac try to cede Louisiana to the United states and that accession was accepted by the United states the latter expressly engaged Hal tie a habitats of the ceded territory shall he incorporated in the Union of the United Stales and and milled As soon As possible acc Tia to Tho principles of the Federal const Sluti omit to Tho enjoyment of All the rights and immunities of the United Stales i Nitin the meantime they to Lull be maintained and pro Tecler in the free enjoyment of their the religion which they Thulis to say while it remains in a territorial its inhabitants an maintained and Iro Tecler in the free enjoyment of i hurl and a Rig lit then to pass into in u con Lilion state on a footing with the original Stales. Of perfect Equality the enactment which established the restrictive geographical line was acquiesced ill rather than approved by the sales of the uni on. It stood on Iho Sia Tuie , however for a number of yours the people of the respective Stales principle As perceive that controversy concerning its future Domestic institutions was inevitable that no human prudence no form of legislation no Wisdom on tin part of Congress could have 11 is Idle to suppose that the particular of their organic Law were the cum pro e of Field open alike to All whether the statute line of assumed restrictions were repealed or that repeal did net open to free Competition of tie diverse opinions und Domestic ins lotions u Field which without such repeal a void have been closed against them it found Field of Competition already opened in diet and in he. Agitation. Those provisions were bin All the repeal did was to relieve the statute Castim or the pretext of in agitation which was Book of and objectionable inn not in he nature of things. Congress Lut ional in effect und injurious in terms to a ii Ted upon the subject in s Rich terms is were Ingr portion of the styles. Must consonant with the principle popular is it a fuel that in All the unsealed regions sovereignty which underlies our government of the United states if emigration be left free to it could not have legislated otherwise without act in this respect for itself without Legal Pron dining violence another urea i principle of our bilious on either Side slave labor will f Pontine institutions the of Equality Ousby go everywhere in preference to free Lubi. Is it the fact Hinl the Peculiar Domestic institutions of the Southern styles possesses re Hilive by so much vigor Hinl wherever an Uvennie is freely opened loll the will penetrate i principles us opted Tun the chief to thu exclusion of those of Spicci ssh i disturbances in Kansas. Tie a Quality of the several slates. We perceive also that sectional interests parly passions have been the great impediment to Hie salutary operation of Tho organic is it a fact Tho former enjoy compared with the hitter such Superior vitality in. Dependent of Cli invite soil and till other Asci Dennl circumstances is to be Able to produce the supposed result Iii Spile of the is suited morn and natural obstacles to its accomplish ment and of the inn Muu Erwis population of the Northern St Teft. The argument of those who advocate the enuf Jsh-.-, of run friction and condemn the repeal of old ones in Eli cd avers thut their particular views of Rovern men have no lending or self he staining Power of Timeir own. Cause of Tho f Ifni Bei Ause in organisation of the to or Luries of Nebraska and Kansas Congress abstained from impeding restraints upon Triem to which certain other territories Lead been , therefore disorders occurred in the latter territory u emphatically contradicted by the fart that none have occurred in the those were not the in , of the Freedom of self government con a Cilnis to Hal territory Liy Congress but of in just inter Terence on part of persons Notin Tialii Waitik of . Such interference wherever in has exhibited itself by act Koflen obstruction to and will go nowhere unless forced by Sorn i Ioury , or of coils press. And if Congress do hit Pujue for a processes of Law has been Refolli a or suppress in the policy of Stern if it my by nil the menus which the Constitution acquiesced in the re enactment of the venture to try Iho Experiment of leaving men to Leas applied to the. Stale of Texas and judge for themselves what institutions will Best and the live. Place in Tho hands of the Keecil it was proposed to acquiesce in its f i t Usu ill in Kion. Persistently violating the compact if compact arc utterly destitute of any justification in the nature of bin Jyh and contrary to nil tin of Ninon thereupon this enactment Censed to have mental doctrines and principles of civil Liberty hiding virtue in any sense whether As Reni i a and self a Overn men. P cd the Nonh or the South and Soili vhf vol it was sales upon popular election. I he Freedom of sections is liable to be impaired intrusion of vote., or the sex Sion of lawful Mien improper influences by Lence by fraud. Hie people of Tho by Thi United Are themselves the had finally determined this Point in every form j How rapidly they build houses said Cornelius loan old acquit Illance us he pointed to a two Story House they Only commenced thai building lust week and they arc already putting in the rejoined the Riend and next week Lime Vil put in the it ered populations and All there is most terrible in foreign complicated with civil and Servile War and that the first Slop in the attempt is the forcible disruption of a country embracing in its Brond bosom a degree of Liberty and an amount of individual and Public Prosperity to which Uherc is no parallel in history and substituting in its place hostile governments driven at once and inevitably into Mutual devastation and fratricidal carnage transforming the now peaceful and felicitous brotherhood into a Vasi permanent Camp of armed Nieli like the rival Montare Hicso Europe and Asia. Well Kii Owin a that such and such Only Are the Means and the consequences of their plans and purposes they Endeavor to prepare the people of Tho United states for civil War by doing everything in their Power to deprive the Constitution and the Laws of moral authority and to undermine the fabric of the Union by appeals to passion and sectional prejudice by indoctrinating its people with reciprocal hatred and by educating them to stand face to lace As inc Mike rather than shoulder to shoulder at friends. In is by the Agency of such unwarrantable interference foreign and Domestic that the minds of Many otherwise citizens have been so inflamed into inc Passio Nuie condemnation of the Domestic institutions of the Southern states As at length to pass insensibly to almost equally passionate hostility towards their fellow citizens of those Stales and thus finally to full into temporary Fellowship with inc avowed and ulivo enemies of the Constitution. Ardently attached to Liberty in the abstract they do not Stop to consider practically How Tho objects they would Gailain can be accomplished nor to reded thai even if Iho evil were As great As they deem it they have no remedy to apply and that it can be Only aggravated by their violence and unions i Luliona action. A question which is one of the most difficult of All Tho problems of social Insl Lulion political Economy and statesmanship they treat with unreasoning intemperance of thought and Cancun go. Extremes beget extremes. Violent attack from the North finds its inevitable consequence in the growth of a spirit of angry Defiance at the South. Thus in Iho Progress of events to had reached that con summation which the voice of Iho Poepl has now so pointedly rebuked of the attempt of a portion of the states by a sectional organization and movement to usurp tiie control of the government of Iho United Stales. Confidently believe that the great body of Irrol those who i considerately took this Fau so finc rely s a chef to th.-. Count Itutti under which the question could arise whether As affecting Public or private spies tons of tin Public Doi Iruin of religion of Navi gation Anil of servitude. The several slates of Lite Union Are by Force of the Constitution in Domestic Lei is Hilive Power. Congress cannot change u of Domestic relation in the suite of Alaine no More can it in the state of Missouri. Any stut Utu which proposes to do this is a Mere nullity it takes away no right it confers none. If in remain the Stalzle bulk unrevealed it re Mains there Only As a Moi bument of error and n Beacon of warning to the legislator and the statesman. To repeal it will be Only to remove imperfections from the without Al citing either in the sense of permission prohibition the action of the or of their citizens. Still when the nominal restriction of this nature already a dead letter in Law was repealed in terms by the lust Congress in a clause of the act organizing the territories of Kansas and Nebraska that repeal was made the occasion of a wide and dangerous agitation. It was alleged that the original enactment being a compact of perpetual moral obligation s repeal constituted an odious breach of Faith. An act of Congress while in remains Urc scaled More especially if in be constitutionally valid in the judgement of those Public function Aries whose duly it is to pronounce on that Point is undoubtedly binding on the conscience of Icli Good citizen of the Republic. In what sense Cun it be asserted thai the enact ment in question wins invested Wilh perpetuity and entitled to the of a solemn compact Between whom was the compact no distinct contending Powers of the government Sepa Ralo sections of the treating As such entered into treaty stipulations on the Subj it. It was a Mere clause of an act of Congress and like any other controverted Iii Iii Rol legis lation received its Gin i shape und wan passed by Compromise of the conflicting opinions or sentiments of the members of Congress. Rut if it Hud moral authority Over men s consciences to whom did this uni Hority Liach not to those of the North who ind repeatedly refused to confirm it by Extension and a who Imd Ousby striven to establish other and incompatible regulations upon these Jeci. And if As it thus appears the supposed compact Hul no obligatory Force is to tie North of course it could not have any As to the South for All such cum pacts must to Mutual and of it Lien Tot that when it Pelion and of violation of he Dearest the people of the United , unwise Laws equally with Irreg artics at elections Are in periods Iho occasional incidents of even the freest and Best came to be seen As it uniformly did that Hiey were incompatible with the of he con Stillion and the Union. Thus when the acts of Annie of Lite Stales to nullify the Chi owing extradition Law hopped by con political institutions. Hut nil the duty of passing u new one the Conn i Stralis that in u country like ours where Tho try was invited by agitators to enter into party right of self Constitution exists in the Ciu Wplf test organization for its repeal Bill that Ngit lion form the Al Tompel to remedy unwise speedily Ceu Serhiy reuse Noftle impracticability j i y resort to revolution is lol ully out o7 place a when Thi statute restriction inasmuch is existing Legal institutions a Fibre f ils object. S upon the institutions of new states by it Geo More prompt and efficacious Means for the re line had been repealed the country dress of wrong. Was urged to demand its restoration and that i confidently Trust that now when the peace Ful condition of Kansas affords Opportunity for Calm reflection and Wise legislation either the then inst i project ii so died almost with its birth followed theory of alarm from the North imputed Southern encroachments which cry legislative Assembly of con prong in reality from the spirit of Gress will see that no net shall remain upon attack on the Domestic the South und after a troubled existence of n few months has been rebuked by the voice of a patriotic people. Of this last agitation one feature was thai in was carried on no the immediate expense of the peace and happiness of Tho people of of Ivy nuns. That was made tin Battle Field not so much of opposing factions or interests us of the cont listing pus Sions of the whole people of the United Stu los. Ils statute bunk violative of the provisions of the Constitution or subversive of the great objects Lor which that was ordained and established and will take nil other necessary Steps to assure to its inhabitants the enjoyment without us tic Liim or abridgement of All the constitutional revolutionary disorder in icim Sas had its origin in projects of Errn Nguc. By certain members of that Congress which enacted the Law for of Floc territory. And when propagandist colonic lion of had thus been undertaken in one Sec Tion of tic fun ii ii for the systematic promotion of its of i liar views of policy there ensued As f course a counter nation with oppo site views in other sections of the Union. In consequence of these and other incidents Lany acts of disorder it is undeniable have been perpetrated in Kansas 10 the occasional interruption rather than the permanent suspension of regular government. Aggressive and most reprehensible incursions into were undertaken both in the North and the South and entered it on its Northern Bonier by the Way of Irwin up Well is on the Rostern by of Missouri and there existed within it a Stenti of insurrection against the constituted authorities not without countenance from inconsiderate persons in each of Tho Crent sections of the Union. Hal the. That territory Hui i can extravagantly exaggerated Tor Pur of political agitation elsewhere. The number and Gravity of Tho acts of violence have Boon magnified partly by tute Manta entirely , in party by routers tort accounts of the in this territory will a found in the documents communicated herewith from the departments of state and War. Connected dining the last fiscal year Tho with the Treasury Llepun ulment. Receipts from customs were for the first time More than sixty four million of dollars and from All source s seventy three million nine Hundred and eighteen thousand one Hundred and forty one dollars which with out balance on hand in a thu it of july made the total resources of the year to ninety two million Hun dred anti fifty thousand one Hundred and seven teen dollars. The expenditures including three million dollars in execution of the treaty with Mexico Anil excluding sums on account of he Public debt amounted to sixty million one lunar in and thousand four Hundred and one dollars and including Hie latter to seventy two million nine Hundred and fort eight thousand seven Hundred and and ninety Foo dollars the dollars the mounted dollars. Usand three Hundred

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NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!