Fort Wayne Weekly Times in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 18 Jun 1859
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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 18, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly o-oh3xt a. Jul Stoa i Pulisi Iii an1 Altol ii Jarott established As a whig journal a. D. To the Union the cons Tittl on and Laws rears. Volume 19, Vokt Wayne Allen county Indiana saturday evening june 18, 1850. F at the end of yeah. Num Bee fort Wayne times. Bead and be read the fugitive slave Law having lately and again become the subject of denunciation by some of the old a whigs who have been in veiled into an endorsement of virtual abolition doctrine under the Unic of be publicans just us the free Solic Sand Dis unionists did in Suo on the Pas Sage of that Law which is but an amendment of that of say this agitation having again sprung up through the influence of fanatics and who want give sonic extracts of a speech of lion. Daniel Webster de ceased which speech is the most perfect answer croat cars amt has even yet in print Ift commending it old whigs we no less invite every Reader of ours read it with the understanding and give it a wide circulation the shape presented them Here the fugitive slave from the speech of Daniel Webster Deli ebb at Buffalo May 32d, 1851, gentlemen there is but one question in this country intr or if there be the Olheis Are but secondary or so subordinate that icy arc absorbed in that Groat and leading that is neither More nor less than this can preserve the Union of the slates not by coercion by military by angry controversies but can we this generation you and i your friends und my friends Cun we so preserve the Union of the United states by the administration of Tho Powers of the Constitution As shall give Content and satisfaction All who live under and draw us together not by military Power lout by the Silken cords of Mutual fraternal patriotic affection v that is the question and no Oiler. Gentlemen i believe in distinctions. I am a parly Man. There arc questions belong ing a party in which i Tun concerned and Thero wre opinions entertained by other parties which i repudiate but what of that if a Bouse be divided against itself it will fall and crush every body in it. We must see that we maintain thy government Over us. Ave must see that we up hold the Constitution and we must do so without. To parly. Now How did this question arise i the ques Tion is forever misstated. 1 dare say if you know of me or of duct for the last fourteen months you have heard of my attending Union Nice Tings and of my Fer vent demonstrations at Union meetings. What was thu object of that what was the Pur pose of that i tie object and purpose were de or thoughtlessly misrepresented. I had 4in invitation attend a Union meeting in the of Winchester i. Could not go but wrote at letter. Well some Wise Man of the Kast said he did not think it was very necessary Giuld now How were they Deal with it were the Northern and Middle states of thu South which had produced a Washington a Laurens and other distinguished patriots of that part of the country were hey he excluded from the new government because they tolerated the institution of slavery your father and my lather did not think so. They did not see that it would be of this least Ulvan latino the slaves of Tho Southern states Cut South from All connection wit i the North. Their views of human ily led no such result and of course when the Constitution was framed and established and adopted by you Here new York and by your ancestors in new England it contained an express provision of Security the person who lived in the Southern Stiles fugitives who owed them is say the fugitive from service or labor should be restored his master or owner. Well that had been the history of the country from first sell mint it was a matter of com Mon i Astico return fugitives before thu Constitution was formed. Fugitive slaves from Virginia Massachusetts were restored by the people of Massachusetts. At that Day there was a great system or apprenticeship at Tho North and Many apprentices at tic North taking advantage of circumstances and of vessels sailing the South thereby escaped. That led a Clear express and Weil defined provision in the Constitution of the country on the subject. Now i know that have the claimant or his agent comes Here and he pre sents 3-011 the Seal of the courts of Virginia that a. Or had escaped from service he must prove that lie is brings a witness Ltd asks if this is the Man and he proves it or in Tun cases out of eleven the answer would be yes Mussa i inn your slave. 1 did escape from your such is the present so much opposed and maligned As it i More Favora ble Law the fugitive than Washington s of which created no disturbance at the time it was passed and which was sanctified by the North us Well As by the South. 3jut this opposition is a sentiment of modern times. From whom does this clamor Como Why look at the proceed Ings of the anti slavery conventions. It their you find Suoi _ pose this fugitive slave Law any admission Wlms All those persons who of Union meetings. Did not think there were Many disunion Isu about Tarry town. And so Here in every part of new York there is i total of the purpose and object of Llu Union meetings. Verv one knows there is not i country or u. City or a Hamlet in the of new York that is ready go out of the Union. There is no Man so insane in Llie whole slate outside of Juulie Asylum As wish it hut that is not it we All know that every Man and every ijorhood1 ind Pijl in Llie stale us nov Yorac Are attached the Union and Havi no idea of withdrawing from in. Jului Hal is not the is not Llie Point. Tho question Fel Low i put in you now As the red i Esi Iun is whether Yon and thu rest of the people of the great slate of new York and of Ull the Stales will so administer the Eon so ii Uclair maintain his la pre serve that instrument so thai you will not Only a a Mirin in the Union yourselves Bill permit your Brethren remain in in and Cairy it on that the Quik Sli ii. You concur in Mai Nuriu the Union i or will von Midi measures i that is thu whole Point in Llie Case. You Livy shiny or Lorty members us Iron Neil have tour proportion of Llic United Stales sen ate e have Many members of Congress from new Kublai us. Will they maintain the Law that wre passed for the administration of the con fit Lulion and respect the rights us the the that Union May be held together and no jjehuul1. Served according spirit or Fiat proper Steps 0 10 should be Laken Lor abrogation. 20 i i have reason believe the Slite 10 i is in receipt of a Nufa from lord Lyons concern j ing it con i Ivy Irish s Fuad Orf on the coast of of Jim Rica in which1 fac officer complains of Coimo dope Wanton Seflic Iseih a in Hist Burts 0 25 i carry out the treaty stipulations. 5 0 he pays that the african Trade is conduct 12-" cd almost wholly under Tow american and 20 2.j i Twenty Iive instances As coming with 10 in his knowledge. As our cd Iiams of h Tinct s sir ice Scoufo Risily treat provisions pros 2.1 Idun f. It Chanan to1 a rawer Tow k of up Laitu he regards is Welt by 1 j i ordering in the coast of Africa und the Gulf of 0 --5 Mexico All the new gunboat now approaching 0 25 Knipl Fotiou at the several Navy Yards. These 10 10 Slink is Fri Pec Karly Mituru for the service ind will in. A site of u soon As possible. Lord tid Joidy Napier now in Long slip writ n hat Imp Robsion in Lon r i f it above the farther Muiir of Wiio and n Quarter cent per Are is Laid. Kcal Kivor Jarks Uii St. Josih slam once a i mite Mui iroc Jeffurs ii Collar Creek. Kit a Aili Urf a Linn ave Gnu , 10 in St. Joseph there is tin additional cents on each poll for school j on and in Cedar Creek each and in furry j j Jil will be involved in Tho Aduris and Milan 50 cents each. J and with Jemima ii Ull Kurppe. The German. I Jovenin Imit Are interference but tie Fruin daily times of 17th int. J i Xii Reitti it in irony the people so wild Lulay can new. Leslie Combs Heue. By Chut iced. An army will March tie i Iii Iii he thinks at an ii Rev Day. This Uett this distinguished civilian full wed the army sunly involves in the from Kentucky Olio came Llic Rescue and rats j nude thu Mioi pleasant by tha of j or. Tia Ilcy of the cd wants House and or. Oam Brel of the urn Heel House both Good houses in Deil. The Edwards House is a very creditable hotel space and exceedingly Well kept. Tho a Imbry House Loiret Ted Ikhi the deput and Cal til anal i Lily meet wants. To these ii right a add messes Ilu tingly and and j Henry work Connerly i a situated on the p. I l a c. A ii., at the of yellow River and also the old Michigan Road crosses h Road distinguished in the Early history of Indi Ana As the beneficiary of enough land have on Tho March of that detachment of the army film furl Wayne i Ort Simian cd Luv in tie fall of Fiat year joined the army is a Volunteer and is described by col. Mcanlly h is history j of the late War As a Man of and Enterprise from the author of which quotation we feel it our duly say was i none Othur than Robert Meau i who j Ashud himself in that same War and by a and useful Public life in Ihu stale a inv he Diu a Al while i of the Nuy was at a ppr fent Dosky turns that As All his rights revert As if lie Rev were absent so should All his duties that government be de landed. He is in no Light less an englishman while there than before he abjured his allegiance and with that very understanding of the Laws of nations did the i i Ted slates pass the Laws of a therefore is much a matter of Choice for the naturalized re turn his native land As it was fur him abjure lib and in he shall return there he dues in without any authority mandatory from from this government and if he finds the Laws of and also tie not Ain of Tel Iho funds collected Nind duo the several township Sinaid county of Allen for purposes be sides void receipts Rodi emed wit and also the net nut of nil the funds nil lulled and due Ihu Sovi ral townships and City in said county of Allen fur Spe Cial school purposes Wil the net Ain of the consolidated school fund Divi Ilund of May a Lily i8.10 derived from interest on school funds and common school , and tile schools in the several townships and Eity in the county of alien wit 1-1 do that country pressing him into service he must township trustees r. I proper a ants of the county auditor 2s.1m4 7-1 have been paid by the county treasurer the respectively on thy not ought not look Lor Aid from his adopted country who took him at his own request and with a full Knowlesjr id acknowledgement of those characteristics which revert on his return the land of his allegiance and birth. Tut it must be remembered that this principle Only applies those who return Tho land of their nativity and under the Protection of that govern ment the allegiance which he absolved this doctrine will Perli aps never be overthrown As Long As reason prevails. In saturday 11 republicans of car Rol co., held a convention it Impi and among adopted Tho following us their first Resolution 1. Joti it the. Carroll county in one Ntim a that re Llinus and most cordially endorse the principles and doctrines of the a publican party As hereto fore held and maintained. They do therefore with entire Confidence in their truth and Justice recommend them the rueful and faithful consideration of All men. That vill do pretty Well but if Tomt or any other body of men would undertake Tell just what Tho principles and doctrines that party have heretofore held and maintained we opine that it would worse than compiling Tho unwritten Laws of All the Savage tribes of the North Amer ican continent then publishing them in Type from a. Printers hell Box and undertaking make an intelligible and intelligent impression on greased paper using writing fluid. A hell Box is a place in which printers put All their old Type regardless of sue Stylo or whole k. A. Of Uksik the undersigned would further state shut upon inspection of the county treasurer s for submission that Ihu outstanding county or Ders amount the Siuyu of in Lilia g4r and that the estimated interest due on the same exceeds the sum of -00 00 and that the outstanding interest warrants on Itai Road Bonds due july 1st 00 amounting u 4 and that Tho amount of Cash in the Treasury is which shows the indebtedness of the county May 8, 1 f. U of Uksik. 03 the undersigned auditor for the purpose of furnishing data for Tho tax Levy for the present year would state that the estimate local Ain As returned by the appraiser for the current year will exceed and that not having added the appraisement As returned the assessors of the seven townships that the average estimate of said assessment of personal erty will exceed making an Uvernee total of and that Tho amount of do 00 00 00 it tax i 90 v. , county auditor. Tin Tux Chicago Kursion trains left Cincin Noli ibis Usu Riding at k o clock a. M. And reached lure Al m. Thin Day carrying imme Tiso crowds and All fun on mid and Well they detained hero about 110 minutes and left Revalo ibis incident show i with music and colors Fly designed reach then placed m Velinir comb s i us ii soul i i o Cluck. Among Iho Distinti i ise Alt of which be has never Abr lilt e. To person atm Board was Tjun. Uslie Conish i Lexington Tkv. Who we Wal this in int n nordic a tie allusion the army it is in Tut a re m tie War of he u now Over 70 in. Llma Verv a Hurll Altir the period alluded t., has a head of Lur Buck As the a pose Al ski i the on Rivir la the of the injudicious management of Jen. Clouded the Sun of his veil. Lis uth and sight arc Young in fuel on it looming pm Fri in inn jul re Sukmi irom foot bearing the wooden Camion prepared by or Itu l.l acre i film a Indian the Enrri s i gun Infura Piej us that he would m nil which i Ien. has occupied a inn among Tho distinguished men of Kentucky i since. Years he Madu his residence in Lexington by where he cultivated and matured the acquaintance of the great it Iviry Alipia Lelance and Friendship Slop the tra n on Friday next and time since im12, and per Hugh Ihu lost time visit the Saiol of Winch Youthful called him a spot then in a state of nature but now a Civ swarming wit i in which were thought lube Ruiu Long before my i i . I ,1 v j dust Nous thous Juds and the indians Ihmi Iho in nation. J tuning the but few of our Titi were found owing Osome unfortunate Over sir he in an Ruiging for Pri vate i Iii goes oui from hero at o clock on Tho which Only was Complete when that great Man j went Down sleep aiming the dead at in november 1h-jt, Thi u in cling n Pei son Al Levi Nylon ivc became acquainted with Ien. C., and hence can the
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