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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 12, 1856, Fort Wayne, Indiana 1jy John w.dawson.1 fearlessly to anti Rifet find truth and error volume 16. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning junk 12, , per year 4i. Fort Wayne times. Philo Rumsey Cornet of Broadway and streets fort Ivay Najj ind. Jan. 18th 1855. 20-tf. April Prol Rie l ors. Wholesale and retail dealer in St pfc also paints oils Dye Glass surgical instruments Corno Columbia . Fort Wayne j. D. Werdejfsfco., druggists apothecaries Casio in Street. Fort Wayne imma3va. -.3auuary24th 1855. ________________21-y drs. Bricker Steward _. Physicians and surgeons. To ave formed i co partnership for Lite practice of Al Medicine and surgery and Din be Fuu Iid Nti ill Totnes when not professionally engaged at the Tirol fice on the South East Corner of slain and Clinton streets opposite tie state bunk. Fort on posit Wayne april n in attorney and counsellor at Law fort Wayne ind. Olice on thai Corner of main and Culphon St. A till of Jotic Ifie clerks name in the Sand. By 0. Pubnt1ck. Alorie i walked on the Ocean strand a Pearly Shell woe in my Imi id 1 to opus and wrote upon the Sand my the year and Day As Onward from the i passed. One lingering look behind j cast a came rolling High and fast and washed my lines away. And so Mictl bought twill quietly be with every Mark on Earth from me a wave of oblivion s sea. Will sweep across tie place where i have trod the Sandy Shore of time and been to me no More of me my Day the name i bore. To leave no truck or Trace. Democratic principle to the organization of territories tid to the admission of new or without Domestic shivery As they May elect the equal rights of nil the Stales will be pro served the original compacts of the con Titu Titi maintained and the perpetuity and expansion of this Union insured to its utmost capacity of embracing in peace and har Mony every future american state that May be constituted or annexed with i of government. Republican form resolved that we recognize the right of the people of All the territories including Kansas and Nebraska acting through the legally and fairly expressed will of a majority of actual Resi dents and whenever the number of their inhabitants justifies it to form a Constitution with or without Domestic slavery and be admitted in to the Union Poi terms of perfect Equality with Niz cd by the Aird whig parties in National convention in 1852. The whig party studiously denied the right to carry in virtue of the Constitution slaves Inlo California or the from it with reference to territory acquired Indianapolis May 29th, 1850. Last evening a Large and enthuse meeting was held in this City. Addresses his 1 Parker of the latter 1 need not Spe Kurji Akisha the following loiter hns been written by j to ill Sirati he bitter and quarrelsome spirit t. H. Benton in reply to the Bullion democrats j which has prevailed in Washington lately and of Missouri advising him of is nomination for in Low state or in that City we give governor below a list the affray which come off Ana which were threatened in Tho order o f known talents and reputation As a Man and pub l Joseph. Edgerton attorney Anil counsellor at la l a ont l iracle Caln hrs talc fail can a i Jig my Andt St re u Al nil Tia Ontic lbs i . Jan. Attorney at Law to let Wayne 1nd-, 0 of fico i n Odd yellow s building Calhoun Stecar and yet with him who counts the a and holds the valor in his bunds 1 know a lasting record stands inscribed my Totne of All this inert ii part hns wrought. Of nil this thinking soul 1ms thought. And from this fleeting moments caught from daily of 6th inst. Loco oco National convention. Platform the City of Cincinnati has for some Days been the object of attraction to All the eyes of this nation but while it afforded interest to some it nevertheless mingled in the sight of others figures spectacles running Down the gradations of disrespect from indifference to downright contempt and hatred i and to humiliating has affairs come to be managed and so despicable that it seems that a Wise Providence to save the feelings of the of cd and patriotic of the land whose Power and presence gave Force and dignity to the Constitution Ard her Laws and a just interpretation Ami execution thereof permitted this sad hour to delay till they Stive one had sunk o rest. With nil their country s Honor and he Only permitted to linger Here to come As a weeping Hermit to witness the sad spectacle of Honl we. W. Carbon i j attorney and counsellor tit Law co or Washk. Inn. Wiu.iractler1iill.e Couri Forim will b we. Otto University fort Tayton Minlo Liml Lynll. Or. , attorney pitl Cociu Calior at of ii Bavlnk. Attend to Ilic Colle Liun ailjiislmen1 or of debt the payment of nixes end an Jcu i nation of titles in any part us ind Iana. 1. Hval Llin. Furl warm. L s. Ilium. Jew is. V hivln.1. W. H. Acc Noou a " Anvil i i. A 0. Can a o . Jail Lynnl. Erncr on Calm in . I of once patriotic altars. The Groat minds of the nation sleep in the other states. Is Sulci a construction Trucl let facts speak for themselves. In the Nebraska Bill which legislated out of existence the 8th Section of the Missouri Compromise which interdicted Sla very North of the parallel it is expressly declared that any portion of Kansas and Nebraska shall be received into the Union to it or Fri Trout slavery is their Constitution May pre scribe at the time of their and this pre supposes most certainty that it required local or municipal action to create slavery there and hence in the absence thereof the territory was free in its fullest sense. Such was the ruling of opinions during the debate on that Bill and at All times in the North since its passage with those who seek to disguise the True construction of the intent and meaning of popular sovereignty and by the history of territorial legislation in Kansas put Fla denial on this deceitful for there the numerous acts of her legislation Tell too plainly that they contend for and take is admit Ted that slavery exists there and they legislate to regulate and protect it. And in by what authority can it exist surely not by local Law but by the overriding control Over the then existing Laws institutions of the Kan Sas territory of the Constitution of the u. S. Great charter of Freedom to unborn Mil Linns in which the word slave docs not occur and which dealt with slavery Only so fur is it or Clay fought in and deemed the recognition Leola u a b r j on he speaker is sufficient to guarantee the on of the right to carry slaves South of 3b Deg. 30 mill., wrong in principle impracticable and that the people recognized it in also a Wanton Assumption and a Down right falsehood. What they did recognize in the election especially in the North was a finality of the slavery agitation in the Compro Mise measures because in territory North of 36 dog. 30 Mill the institution was interdicted ind South thereof the people therein being bonafide citizens could engraft it into a Constin Ion and make it a permanent Domestic ins Titu Ward Progress of any cause which he Miles Pouse with the Zeal he now exhibits. But 0. P. Morton More than fills the measure c f expectation whenever he meets his friends on the stump or otherwise and you May feel assured that the friends of Morton the entire ticket would Dis Harmony of the with deadly weapons for several Days. No. Itkiss gives or. A has been attempted and accomplished and the peace and Harmony of the Union has been de stroy cd. Out of the repeal of this Compromise has sprung Forth a my test of democracy which consists in exacting part allegiance to the principles of the me Bronska Bill. The first inquiry upon the virtue of this new is to find Oul whal those principles Are and the result is diametrically opposite us it Cornea from one Side or the of her of the Potomac River. From the North the answer is squatter sover Cir qty As being the inherent right of people of the territory to decide the question of slavery for themselves and to have it or n5t, just As they please. In the South that definition is held to be rank demagoguery and hint the people of the territory no More than Congress have not n particle of Power on the subject and the Constitution carries slavery with it into every territory soon As acquired Over Riding find Coni Roling All Laws against it and keeping gain cause confusion among the american pit Elmerc in Defiance of the of Congress be. Men who would favor such a violation of until the territory excludes pie. Faith cannot and will not receive the vote or approval of the people. The investigation of the slavery question in the m. E. Conference has had a great in Lurner As the men who compose inc conference arc among the first men in the Union for talents and discretion and their de ii Ion May be considered a fair test fl-1 votes to 121, the latter for the Freedom principle former Ine opposite. All right. Yours the Vincis. , and history itself even disprove Washington City. Or and the one whom i tin1 present parly in Power Rooks has sent in apology to the Senate tit a wild to Repunte by the nomination of Lac senator in Channaux and dignity of that body. The have the Assurance to extort from that Charier meant no disrespect or offence us in Edom a self operating Power of carrying to tn8" into1 free territory of the u. S. That slavery is the creature of Munici jul Lillie of Rosi Tive exact Hoertt let us refer to some authorities. Judge Martin fays ill his Louisiana report of the Descry t pm mormon is Down on the practice of Young men who have a piece of looking Tais fixed 111 Hie Insirilo of their hat be Jurun in i Jului Omish. -.1 pnifo4u in who pretending to be praying wit. Their he states of the Union in which it has a Legal he. In their hat Are quietly and idly looking is a of Niu Nici. in the face of the girl behind them reflected Walker s Mississippi heps. Page Ali it a la co i that the right of the master i Isle not by Hill Orbison. , r. W. T a y i o a i ill i in. Extra constitutional is. Published at bras of the Law of nature or but by Missouri May 23rd, con Iain the two virtue of positive Law. It in poking of the sacking and can Only exist Lliam Frh municipal Reguin thers v.-1-rs two or three in Marshall s by. Reports. 470 Sla the whole was very exists Only Bejm Siplive Law of a order t0 Tim clo Acland Turold says Toliaf or. Sawyer of Lexington mo., who was one of the 18 i Xinliu Jenil men mentioned As having been Conga ged at he head of Del Lileon Miaso Rinns in Stup character without foundation in the unit Titi or common in the circuit court of the United slates seventh circuit Jud s thus inc advocates of the Teri arc As oppo site As Light and darkness in telling what it a Anil surely they ought to agree upon it before they require others to believe in it. It impossible to believe in both and i believe in Iii Ither. I believe in the old the territories arc the property of the United Stales and under the of Congress and subject to Sacii Laws us Congress chooses to provide for them or permit them to make for it in occurrence no. I. Billy Smith m. C., from Vir Linia and or. Kullack. Editor of tic Wash Angion Star indulge in a Street and a Clinch no Gival Dainge Donet either inny. No. Drunken Virgi Inri to assault brother Greely in the rational hotel him Many Liard names. Belliger int individual was led off by Hia friends. No. Mcmullen m. C., from Vir Ginia on the floor of the during session area tons to Cut tote the roil often con respondent if this paper and indulged in sundry old c r incur Lexious threats which were never curried out. No. 4 Kus of Arkansas As in nuts brother Greely Wilh a and gives him several severe blows. Brother Greely taken his punishment like Al Martyr. No. Exam. from Kentucky knocks Down u lieutenant of the Navy in the ladies parlor of the National hotel and the Lieuten ant retorts by discharging e revolver at the sex rember without effect. The parties n re then separated. F no. and the Corci Ibn d ent of the new Turk times threaten each other Hack a n extensive thrashing considerably to Jur. Wutti Lack s injury. No. Of Mississippi Deni Ancs in Pip Lunation of Hon. Air. But Logton of Massachusetts. Of course or. Irish waiter at Willard s hotel is shot dead by Hon. Or. Herbert of Ca Forn Tilv and the House of representatives refuses to or Der an invest Galion no. Darling. I . Of Fth House is knocked Down by Jeese d. B Rignati of Indiana. Vice pro Tern of the Unius degrading occurrence. No. Lane tries to kick up a fight with senator but Thi Liitt of won t corns up ski Rufe to the Mark no. Brooks of South Carolina backed up bt1 or. Keitt. Of the same state assaulted Sinator sunnier in the sen ate chamber striking him with a heavy Cane at an instant when or. Of. Was to defend himself. We do . This time of any other of Raya at the National the list is however sufficiently Large to illustrate tic Mes that Washington City is not a place of brother by live and that Congress is fast losing its dig Niiya before the Canei Nim i times. Review of th8 British open Tai Abri. The excessively c old Wea Kli Erwith nights by which the past week up to was characterised has thrown a yellow cast Over the growing wheat iry Orla Rry parts of Thi country. Especially on the poor lands where it was weak but still we Are Urich in Advance of last season As to Llic general appearance and the Rains though cold line prepared the Spring Corn for rapid growth with the present improved temperature. the departure of the signs of an Early season May occasion it Gre air draw jilt on present stocks than 6 t n Well Biar Nind pro Halle of Franco in such coif like n in he i since look Konii what lorb thing but As one line growing week a Oitim Grealy change the face of things let in Hope for the Best. 1 Otstot a hold out both produce Forward commission merchant. Fort wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods groceries one ensnare glassware cutlery in 1 jobs Plocic. Columbia Street fort Wayne ind dentistry. Knapp and this is what is meant by the i la form of the parly which we now denounce adopted on the qty Day of june 1850in National convention. Read and determine 1. Jalc solved thai claiming Fellowship Wilh and desiring the co operation of All who regard the preservation of the Union lieder Lac Cousin tuition is the Paramount repudiating All sectional parties and platforms concerning Domestic slavery which seeks to pm Broil the suites and incite to treason and armed resist Ance to Law in the territories and whose avowed purposes if consummated inst wild in civil and american democracy Cognize and adopt the principles contained in c organic Law establishing the territories of Nisas and Nebraska As embodying the Only and and Safe solution of the slavery Jurs on upon which the great National idea of the eople of this whole country can repose in it Ter tined conservatism of the tar Ferenci no with slavery in by state and territory or is the District we have said that the principles of non in no lion or non interference As the terms no Yoni piously used Are those which imply that leery is protected in the territories of the u. By the Constitution and us ctr is the tact regardless of what is assumed by the party in the following additional resolutions adopted merely explanatory of what the first Resolution Means 3. That this was the basis of the compromises of by both the democratic Anil whig parties in Natl Octal conventions ratified by the people in the election of and rightly applied to the organization of turn lories in 185-1. 3. That by the uniform application of Thil was held that where slavery s not expressly established by Law every person without distinction color is arts until to b e fax. Judge Mclanis letter to inc Buffalo convention says without the Sanction of Law slavery can no More exist in a territory than a Man can breathe Wilh Mil air. Slaves Are not properly except where they Are made so by Mil Nic Fiat Henry Clay in answer to the Calhoun doctrine of non As proposed to he applied to Mexico says Call not put your Finger on that part of the Constitution which conveys the right or Power to carry slaves from one of the states of the Union to any territory of the United thai the principle of imn jul Crft incr. As used in inc 2nd Sec Liou of the platform just quoted was the basis of compromises of 1850 is wholly untrue Tho history of legislation shows it to to untrue in the following Parli Nilar on the 23rd july 1850, pending the discussion of the Compromise on the territorial Bill of new Mexico or. Jeff. Davis senator from Mississippi offered an amendment in which to undertook to repeal the of that territory passed under the mexican authority interdicting slavery and in so repealing them to aul Huritt the hold in of slaves As property when they were re moved from a slave Lule Inlo such mexican territory. This was lost As will to seen b reference to the debates and the doctrine a non intervention As now merely to be the basis of that Compromise entirely repudiated How incompatible is it with truth when in Loc Foca convention undertakes to falsify ,.k nov. Robinson and forcing him Friori the rat was Urlce a teacher Oliero in a school. To Light the first term of he free school. He a native of new Hampshire and on Cigrang to Missouri went into government employ the land office then a Clairie District Altor by and by a natural transition a tool of slave olders and a Border Ruffian not Only in favor ending missourians into Kansas to Malfo but in favor of enforcing those Laws not Only in Kansas but in Missouri the Irald concludes with great truth take a northerner of the right material arid e is perfect Cluny for the spittle of slaveholders t will Mould into any desired French finances. According to the National Jle Vieb Louis n a Ioleon has borrowed since the coup d eat of francs. The expenses infused in the municipality of Paris on account of the As to the Price of bread reach be Ween fifty and Otic Hundred for the embellishment of the City tie parisian contracted three Loans to an sex edit of francs. The stirs borrowed for similar purposes by the department and Dom Molnes Are stated to usal francs. Facts and figures Are alarming enough what is yet More so is the establishment of the credit society for borrowing and . May 3lal, 18m. Iii exp Dawsom has been a very Lively one Here. It has been the Day of the i Soplu s convention. Our streets have been crowded. Col. Lano did not arrive but the vast crowd of excited citizens was addressed in the court House Yard by Rev. Or. Lov juy and Esq coffin of Rockville. A urge procession headed by several Drums and fifes marched around the Public Square currying banners in Acri cd free Kansas other appropriate a mottoes. The Republican party is gaining so Rengh Here. If All count is shall give the ticket such a lilt As old Putnam will old ii deism must sleep fid soundly that prof. Rabec with All his sentinels can never Wake her Inlo being again. Your Tima is regularly received e he besides regarding it a spicy Sheet i think it one of tile Ablest political journals in the state. Ii Oping that the owls May soon destroy the Power of those whom they seem to have made i i Iii in yours frilly. Emio Bation from of Many 10 Wisconsin a Crlin correspondent of he n. Y. Jar Rald slates that the emigration from Germany to this country which Hud fallen1 off considerably for the last or so in again on the increase and unless Pear. Should Lead to Grant reduction in inc Price and an improvement in the condition of the Labouring classes generally it is probable to will if tint exceed the proportions of former upwards of u in Dunand emigrants passed through Berlin n few weeks since chiefly agriculturalists bound to Wisconsin. Teceno against their own no further the Bill fur he Adina Bishop of Pueblo the country. Attempts Werft bide to Rescue him by Thi Church party All of several Tbs hiphop fat bord Cali. Huovi a Tnuva a it in Hie Dall berate to oaf with a Monva and Sis if -1" Ofay Nung Mil o a or , Phelps Porter 5f Alibani Sneed Stephens Stewart Swope Taylor Trippe Underwood Walker Werner that Kinin. Winslow indians commenced but the attack was prevented by the activity of the troops. Band of three Hunan a Indian warriors subsequently dislodged from a fortified position p the Creek. No other White Man killed. The Irown Iriri Lofchie Tima it socratic to be a Nivans to to a support r of Pierco or a Juglas for the Nril v to be brawler for the Nebr this act and i if to eater for Missouri Fen w., Not Surl in late o f new Orleans we find the following on enough ,0-Day comes off at the Mats Tia course w All a to be so deem it i How Tiv Artrai free the Organ of Gen. Pm. Last two vetoes excl emf j we thank that president Pii Tett of is no to a the Michigan strutted to co for Bochan was it a an. T of this fact which Ini Xii the of ifs

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