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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - March 19, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne editor pub Stieb and established As a whig journal a. D. To the Union the Constitution and Laws. Volume 19, fort Allen county Indiana saturday evening March 19, 1859. Number 30. Fort Wayne times the waba8h and Anat. This great artery in the commercial neck of Indiana Lias become a subject of jeer to Many whose ideas of right and wrong Are As limited As is their information on the great subject of Busi pcs and the Means to accomplish it with. This work was looked on by Many in the late lature As one of local interest and hence an argument was raised by them that As it Only benefited one portion of Tho slate it was not right to a the whole stale to help keep it up. It was this shortsighted policy that led to the state into the very debt to keep from repudiating which the Transfer of the canal was made to the creditors for All whose memories go that far Back recollect that Tho internal improvement system of Indiana of was based solely on the idea thai unless inc whole people could be accommodated with a canal or Railroad no nearly every county seat that the Means to build a select few at the important Points should and would be withheld. The theory went upon the idea in the first place that there was Means enough to build them and secondly business enough to sustain and make them profitable when built both of which were false assumptions and time showed them to be woefully ruin Ous. When too late these works were classified they and bankruptcy was upon the Sute. The Wabash and Erie a work built by the Sale out of lands donated and most shamefully squandered was at length completed and so Long As her revenues were pouring into the state Treasury it the work was cherished by the whole people As a great state work the Bengts of which were Felt throughout Indiana but the moment that the revenues had become unequal to us running expenses and that Condi Tion of things brought about by the construction of works by individual associations authorized by Tho slate temporary Aid was asked to keep it up the work is despised regarded As sectional and bade go to ruin if the parties to wham the staff traded it should not keep it the tact that it did not afford facilities to All in Diana is a poor argument against the duty of temporarily keeping it up by a general appropriation looking to reimbursement. The argument if followed Down May Well keep the county authorities from building a Bridge at for i Wayne unless others Are built Ove All the streams at nil important Points in the county would prevent the Rity authorities Ivou Onu Street until All could be graded from building a City Market House until the whole wants of the City Art sup plied by having such in every part of town. It is the argument of demagogues and ignorant then neither of whom should be in trusted with Public functions. It is entirely too Dean critic and while it helps none it keeps All Down to in condition of the poor for the Sake of an imaginary tribute to Hod. John Blu late to. S. Senator from Tennessee. Tho following just compliment to or. Bellwo find in a letter from the Well in formed correspondent of the u. S. Gazette. Or. Bell closed the debate on Cuba in perhaps the most powerful eloquent and convincing exposition of the whole question yet heard in con Gress. Like All his great Eft Orta Tho subject was treated with the reach and comprehension of a statesman who Surrey de the whole ground from no Squall Elevation where but a single or sectional Prospect could be gained but from the Road and Promontory where gains and losses probable consequences and connection with the present and future could be calmly con Lam put cd with Rife in Nec to their bearing upon inc i destiny and Progress and Pisa purity of the Union. I connecting this proposition with the one to con j Fer extraordinary Power upon the president with the control of the army and Navy. He considered it As one of the most monstrous Rand dangerous innovations upon our free Ever at tempted or endorsed no doubt could be entertained but these parly issues were intended to succeed others which had heretofore distracted the peace of the country and to renew that fierce agitation which had divided the North and South merely to promote political Success lie deprecated any such experiments As treasonable to be Constitution and Union. According to his View our True policy was to cultivate amicable relations with Spain and if the time should come when she might be willing to part with Cuba to would then be in a condition to acquire it without involving any of the serious International complications that seemed inevitable from a harsh and compulsory demand now which puts acquisition beyond All possibility without a War to which England and France must necessarily become parties and in that Contin gency being probable the country could form some idea of How this administration would from the Retreat which Bend ordered in Oregon when the British Dock Yards gave signs of resist Ance to the claim of 54 40, that he had declared before the world to be clearly and unquestionably the american title. Or. Bell traced Tho beginning of what he called the filibustering Era to the War in Mexico and showed it had extended through each democratic administration since then until or. Buchanan had avowed territorial expansion to be a Law of our existence. He illustrated by the downfall of other republics what must be Tho effects of such a policy Here contending that with in immense area doubling the Koman Empire in her proudest period and two thirds greater than All Europe our first care should be to de Clope and improve what we have and then pursue the path of Progress wisely and surely. This passion would vet bring be that of the dead sea. To us Only fruits of impartiality. Integer and cannot be considered to any other Light. Take a family Anil for .1 season parental attention be directed to the advancement of one member and destroy the Unity and Tho Linn Nony and Tho family itself is it Oure robbed of charms and peace. I it a legislative body for a moment feel jealous of a particular locality and that feeling enter into legislation and that moment the dignity and impartiality of All legislation at an end Atid local jealousies begin never to end. It be Gobi a spirit of of Trade and Dicker of strife Ulm bargain at Tho expense of All Tomt is honest and fair. Through thin feeling Indiana has suffered through this fic canal jealousy the nation has been robbed of Fiat nationality of sentiment in which the government was conceived and her affairs administered for Many a Gurs and without which the Experiment of self government will fail. Not from an interest defect in the sys tem but from a defect in the integrity and Hon esty of those who administer it. But coming Hack to the late legislation on the subject of the canal. Why should Indiana have refused to lend Aid to keep up this great work under a season of temporary embarrassment i h could have been Lent to be reimbursed out of tolls to coma in just As business men Are advancing their help Jiust As counties arc doing and that too without subjecting u Large class who Navi Guu the canal to be crippled in their business by advances of Money to do just what it the trustees could not do the owie should do. By was it refused Only because the members of the legislature were unwilling to go before their constituents and urge the facts As of a right and a duty from which there was no honorable escape and from which honorable and fair men would not wish to escape but would have been anxious to do. Again while we have said this much in behalf of the w. E. Canal we Are nol for a moment relieving the managers of the work from the blame that should attach from the most criminal inefficiency on the port of some and on Tho part of others. Ave think that the late Effort for legislative Aid was it used by n real present want but with a design deep and the canal will no Vail go Down but this Day the leaches arc so shaping affairs As to depreciate the Stock and then buy the work for a song after which they will be the wealthiest men of the West the canal is a Fortune to any one and it Only requires the lapse of years to develop Tho mine of wealth that is to to found in it. Once before we said this is the darkest hour and Light is soon to Dawn. Thoj Wabash and Erio canal is of incalculable value to Indiana and none lie less to the stockholders and Ages will attest the truth of this. A yarn by Sut 10venoood. _ to have often heard but never before published the following yarn on or. Thompson of at Lanta a generous Good Man and a lip lop land lord and wit hut he certainly a ingot it once. A traveler culled very late for breakfast and the meal bad to be hurriedly prepared. Thomp son feeling that the was not finite up to the Mark made All sons of apologies nil around the eater who worked on in silence never Unis Inglis head beyond the in Luence of his Fork by an net even acknowledging the pres ence of mine Host. This sulky Demeanour rather head the doctor who changing inc Range of his Battery stuck his thumbs in the Arm holes of his Vest expanded his Chest by ribbing the room of half air and said now mister Dod Durn me if f Saint made All the apology necessary More too considering the breakfast and gels it Ami now i Lell you i have Fern dirtier worse looking and darned sight smaller breakfasts than this several the weary hungry meekly Laid Down his tools swallowed the into in transit placed Tho Palms of his hands together and Mode silly look ing up at Tho Vox cd and fuming landlord shot him dead with inc following words a yes came with a vindictive promptness Well then i la to darned Boss if you Hain t oat travelled to i the fellow nothing to pay it that House. In this View it Wai Siulc less than a Public Cal ii Nily Law a swim Pink Linan l Ial revulsion with Al feels All the threat of ii Industry and com Merce with the revenues half of the expenditures with the Treasury bankrupt and with labor crying out for bread and Protection a pernicious measure like should be thrust upon Congress without a pretext even to justify it. This speech made a derided impression upon nil sides As reflecting the convictions of a Cious and patriotic statesmen whose counsel and Wisdom chimed consideration just k his High Public nil eminent private character has Ith Vays invoked the respect of the county without respect to party. Its instruction should be treasured Upas the parting advice of one of the last of that Noble race of men who is soon to leave the place he now much honors to be in blvd again it is hoped at no Distant any into Tho service of a country to which he has devoted so Many years of disinterested patriotism unsullied integrity and by right Zeal. Tiibi Tho new York Herald of Friday has Tho following on the the Ito Lite in Tho extract arc our own the great question for this country in n com Mercial Point of View relates to the West. To what extent in the impoverished and hot much can it take from us in the Cha to of dry ing v we goods and other merchandise this Spring t ulivo taken some pains to collect opinions to Day from leading houses engaged in Commerce and having Large country customers throughout the West there exists some diversity of opinion among these gentlemen. A few of them speak of the West As almost whole bankrupt and it Lerly incapable of being until a new crop comes in. The majority of Ibous who consulted How Ever while admitting the general poverty of the Western country Alid Tho great difficulty of sell ing Western produce of any kind even tit n Sac Rifice seem to think unit notwithstanding nil this Tow is and will he quilt a Nirgi buyer this Spring in inn Market. The these men say has a luvs been in the habit of in lying in credit from the Kasl. Tin.1 Mips Irive been Good Western men have paid their debts. A bin Cilip slave failed Liliose debts have been left la paid their i thin Lias fallen on the seller Here or in Knipe. The Spring us the u esl brought Deb but chairs Pho Sony. I the a Tollar rot i upend Bat i be nothing for to lend for i n Ofcar borrows nothing Don t you see Yohn Schmidt. I Rott Priddy Liddo und i be Vriends in Blunty now in a of Preddy children at mine knee Yuhn Styli Midi i be nothing to desire Ven i sit mine Vire to i sch orcs myself into a sold keeping stale Robn Schmidt. Tin so Lippy Vot can be to you listen now to Piej in i la Dell you Vot 1 love in Vot i Hale Yohn Schmidl. 1 love Der is Igor Beer Ven it s Good unil sitar i can Ilbrink pout sixty glasses in a due Tolm Schmidt but. T i Mac tier liquor Lenv such a Ding 1 Nele saw Vot would Lake our tid Mapps and Luger All away Holm Schmidt. Love a Donl Clicie song pout a Lioon dred verses Long Mil a Glorus for a Lou Saml voice Loo Yohn Schmidt. But i Hale Der us full psalm Vot in t Worth a Tain for losing it makes your Vace grow Long us pm Etc you Schmidt. J love some Dulc Lton food Yali 1 likes it bully Good Der Apeck in you Ykrout in Sulat Al aught Holm Schmidt. But i Halo Der milk of no Mill under Mcfatt Day Nufer kill for it Dies pc fore Day be dime to hit a Knock Yohn Schmidt. I love Der Bretty Flowers Vot grow in Garden Bowers Der cabbage under Raccah under beet Yohn Schimidt. In i Hales Der and frogs under Nau Bage made of dogs in Csc Ryding Vot in t Good to eat Yohn Schmidt. Now i be got a Lillo store in t aits Poore Der door in Brandy schnapps pretzel Csc Yoke Schmidt. Unveil enough i be got i vill buy House in Len a Corner grocery i la have pc Side Yunlui Schmidt Glen so Happy i win my Eli Ildron by my knee. Mit mine Money ten mine Trow Mil. To Pride Yogi Over the Eivet. Willi Lier thin while hands clasped Over her Lic Jirl. Ami tier Beautiful lion tvs were is ill and Euld As i sculptured work of Jirl Tut u Yeti la ill it. I in blinds and rippled lie curls on her brow and she Lii Pleil us one u dream nil tis Lime i were going the i Urcuyo rays on the Hill lop uniter to trip in of cite Litiff it if Leif mow Ive strove to hold her it was nit id to mud Lite Purling hut Tibe broke from our clasp with gun ten Force and whispered tin time for of her tones though soft until our wrung hearts they Arteau nyme Oyer one plunge and the witers dark grow flecked with Many a dimple Lii Loiba bowed her head to Liebi Luw to breast like a Bubo in truthfulness simple Anil he Waves translucent dec ipod. Like they dazzled e in her Bright vision and to knew Ilio Angel Nhi had looked for Long had come to fulfil his i Inion an j we knew Tomt she naw the Bright lights quite on tic Ouier aide of uie River. Liter and a Bustle of id in Robes of Snow while brightness the soul arrayed in nuptial garb went Forth in whiteness from the new York Independent. Btu Effless versus brains. One reason Why Many men do not succeed in business is Seldom taken into account in aft fir words determining the causes of their failure. It is not because they have been dishonest or after Long overreaching find themselves at last Over reached not because alter Many Brilliant winnings at the gaming table they it last stake All and lose All not because after having made a Par tial Success they expect greater und build Fine houses and buy Fine inking the risk of being Able to pay not because of the old Folly of . Manner in which Many Farmers plow their ground for Ali Virhue and pain crops would naturally Lead to Tho conclusion o it they thought the thorough inverting and pulverization of the soil by the plow Harrow itr., preparatory to planting or sowing the eced was a mutter of Little consequence consequently they practice the Cut and cover system As though the sooner they go Over their Fields with the plow the better. The greater or less Cost of labor in the enl Ture of Hoed crops depends very much upon the Man Ner in which the land has been slowed. Investing in lottery tickets and drawing Diu front kinds of soils require Dill Rentle con Blanks not because of indulging in the newer strutted plows. We have never yet seen the and More common Folly of luxurious living on j plow adapted or constructed so As to make the Small Means until they was la their substance in a j Best kind of work on All soils. A Good Green kind of fashionable risk Mem is nor is it because Sward plow requires a constructed Tho times Are so hard Ort me is so Dull or the i Mould Board from that of the stubble plow. Sum West is so backward or the Banks go obstinately scr refuse to discount poor paper hip simply be a Saron cause hundreds of men every year Ami less ram will do the work Nan Fuji Emit natural Taj icily to u i and at much less Cost. Farmers differ Verv much on. Sit i . I for t nire for Eli event work a heavy plow and learn. In other soils a Mali Liebl j in their views As to How Green Sward should be ave Chi t Man thinks of becoming n musician i slowed whether the Furrow slice should be Coin lie first satisfies himself thai to has a natural ear a lately inverted or Lea at an Angle of forty five Tim hic. When another fits out to be a degrees the furrows partially lapping. Save an yer or a phys Iolah or a minister he usually thinks it necessary to qualify himself fur pro i Lite and fit the nor etched hand that is Strong to deliver and they Welcome her the River and tit if Heitl the. Gat tit St Jned a darkness in folding her sweeping Down and Blick Ning vol left. And we Hoard n sound us of a broken Heurun Over thin Side of Tho River. The voice of the Hano Doodle. A Whang hard Shell Procai her wound up a Llama big Sermon with this Magnil Lenl Pero ration my hrolhringun.? Sistern of a Man s full of re Ligion Yon Ean l Hurt him there was the three Rufii Iii child run hey put pm in a fiery or tee better seven hotter Ball it could be Hel nil did t singe .1 liar in their Heads. And there was John the Kavai Icli a they put Hin and where when the crisis the u Usu til mall ceased Lum Hill of. B the Why they put him till i Cah Uriu to pay. The loss fell not on them so much i son i "ni1 night and it did t the creditors in new York Boston Baltimore his Shell 1 and there Wax Daniel they pot him into a lion s and what my fellow inv Philadelphia acid Europe. It is True that the Par titular houses in the u Cal which brought goods vol Audi lyrics do you think be and did pay for them , and went to ii loom pieces Anil have disappeared All Gelber. But the Western country was enriched by the opera Tion As it Kepi inc goods Ami parted Willi Noth ing in Exchange. At the present Lime the West is ready to buy again. True it has no Money but it has never required Money to buy of new York. Credit is All thai it has Ever needed and though shaken credit is not wholly destroyed. There Are always merchants enough in this and Tho other Seaboard cities who will themselves Lako the risk of the crop and will sell to West Ern men Well knowing that if the crops fail they will lose part of their claims. They expect to lose part mid charge accordingly. Thus the Only change this Spring will be in the individuals who will come Here to buy for Tho West very few of the old houses will reappear As buyers. But new men will come in their men with Good characters Strong recommendations and fair prospects and they will find plenty of merchants to sell them goods. Already we Are assured by some heavy dry goods merchants quite a number of Western buyers arc in and Are buying moderately. Some of them Are old merchants who lived through the crisis but the Hulk Are Young houses who have very Small Means and whose capital is their some of the most prudent houses will not sell to such buyers but from All we can learn these Ore exceptions the Rule. We Are assured in Sev eral quarters thai though he Spring Trade with the West will not of course compare with the Traile of , it will be As Large us the average Irac of the four or five Pree Eiling years. Three limes a a alarmed a tethering my Sistern t Dun t think will Ever get into a lion s mag Taim. An. Comes no English lady who had forsaken her god and her Tible for to gloom and darkness of infidelity wan crossing the Atlantic and asked a pious Sailor one morn ing How Long they should be out in fourteen it be god s will we will in in answered the Sailor. If it be god s Willi said the lady what a senseless expression Don t you Konoir that nil comes by Chance 1" in a few Days h terrible storm came and the lady stood clinging to the Side of the Cabin door in an agony of terror when the Sailor passed her. What do you think of said she will the storm noon be Over fit seems Likely to last for some time of i she cried Pray that to May not be lost his Only and Calm of Cpl was shall j Pray to Chance to some poetical Genius being moved by the Jahub by appearance of a Dray horse gets of the follow ing a old Sioss. Disable Kwade Rcd Thi Shar Pund Back edged up by hunger lumped and rigid. Thi Wurst plump form by famine fowl a rid Ito tokens cd Silc Long from fodder rack and Toful abstain inc finn Oles a Boss wat air you thinking bout in soil Dwel on Long ago Wen Oles Yure mini Ilid Secl Ami Wen another not a Braman Xuy. Vii you stil Dreme us cult Hood Wen no i raises ire Lessious by some preliminary studies for we Tuisl that the time is past when an anxious father finding that his son will not make a Blacksmith or Acar Peutor or a Day labourer finally turns him Over to be a minister. Jut scores of men in every Large scores upon scores in every Large in business without any More previous experience in in or any More actual fitness for it than if a Man should undertake to play the violin at the Academy of music who did not know the base from the Tenor or the heroic symphony from the tune of Wintham i a Young clerk who has been two or three years in a great counting House fancies that Dur ing that time he has Learned All that can possibly be known of business. He accordingly listens to the advice of some judicious and ambitious friends retires from a Good position which yielded him a comfortable salary and sets up for himself to bet Ter his Fortuno. He issues a circular to his Busi Ness acquaintances and prints an advertisement n All the newspapers mid thus begins an inde pendent business career. Now How Long will slender a Stock be Able to stand alone v history gently and tenderly flourishes per bps the first Spring like new terrass it wills and struggles for life during the first sum Mer then on the first Winter Day the wind passes Over it and it is gon such a Man would be graphically described by Bis Western creditors As dead broke 1" to nut. Mean to offer discouragement to it is a fault in English practical Farmer the Irne and con eel in blowing ascertained by Long experience is to Lay he fur Row slices at mangle of forty five is the Furrow must be about Otic third More in Width than in As six inches to nine or seven inches to ten ac., u is thus that the greatest amount of soil is exposed to weathering influence besides in this Way in must if properly done lie close no hollows no bog but one uniform series of furrows in the Best position for the Harrow to work with the greatest effect and usefulness and thus the most readily to secure the disintegration of ammonia and subsequent Deposit. Good blowing then expo ses the most surface to the air it provides the Best for subsequent harrowing and also prepares it when Well broken Down for better and More consistent consolidation so that no hollows super Vene Between the surface and Furrow soil. Thus important ends Are requisite for the hell Susten ands Are requisite for the Best sustenance of nearly every lapping the furrows As above described is advocated by some Farmers while others As strongly advocate the most Complete inversion and shutting in of the Furrow slice. On heavy clan by or naturally moist soil the Angle turned or Lap Furrow May prove the belter Mcleod of blowing. But we think a Large portion of our Farmers prefer a plow that will completely turn the Furrow Down Side and put the grass stubble ac., Oul or sight. On Light Sandy and Gravelly soils in sections of the pm Mary where the crops Are liable in suffer from title summer droughts we think the Hal fur Row svs Lein Best. When Echo Sod of a Russ Liem has inies anybody. We d Moil be hopeful but rather thai it is a common misfortune to be Over sanguine. For in Lias been turned Over Flat tin buried St u it Ino Many a Farmer s boy Ivym Rise to wealth vegetable Malter in to Nosy Oldie in a Wen in Kip 11 i father s farm instead of a spongy mass absorbing and in some for evil City to his Fortune i ire that rises from the subsoil Elliis moisture in a More Brilliant style. Many an honest Anil hastens the of the vegetable matter industrious youth who might . A Good median of tin Sod and it the same Lime Verv mrhar in prefers in be a poor clerk Many a Good Elerk rests the bad effects of the the insists in being a poor inn partner Anil Many re dues not readily ascend in he surface of the a Good third partner would ruin the Linn in one Field and escape into the air As would he the Case year i be were to in one year at head. Pro if the blowing bad been badly performed Anil motion in business should be like pin Polimi in Mireh of the turf Ion up by the Harrow As is an army on the from Meril of sen ires j Lom Elimas the Case. And evidence of character lint when a Young the Iliff evince i soils seasons manuring electb10a1 on the evening of the 22nd the Rev. Walter Mitchell A., delivered a lecture on the at lactic Telegraph and electric Telegraph in Gen at the Russell institution London. The most novel feature of the lecture and one which elicited interest was the description of some very interesting experiments by prof. Hughes the inventor of the printing Telegraph. These experiments have not Only exemplified the defects of the present Atlantic Cable and the cause of the interruption of electric communication but also afforded a demonstration of an easy method of preventing such accidents for the future. A Copper wire insulated in the Ordinary manner was placed in a Bath of sail Lind water. An electrical circuit was made interrupted Only by the the Complete insulation of in Febok Columb trs. Amesti jut ii if committee before attic litre f a wac Vya in Ftping it tie Money to Whaul de tic curly the Columbus men i of the Cleveland review for tics a joint oui Itice of has. Been raised to consult and re it what legislation is necessary to give effect to the findings of the Treasury investigation commit tee. An exciting discussion tons Mcl it Fifon a fes Olu lion which com u from Mic Senate authorizing Tho printing of copies of the Treasury reports the discussion grew out of uie proposition to print guv. Chug s letter sent to both branches of the legislature with the report. This was opposed Iff him with complicity in the frauds upon the Treasury in advising Gibson to Lake Fryni the state tre Sirry to curl vol tin in los of col. Fur tin of Ohio St Etc journal. Lie Suid that this was in evidence before the invest limiting commit . Repelled to chirps Copper wire was indicated by be Needle of one by several democrats. Edson of Van wort of or. Henley s most Deli ale Galvanometer a Licce alack upon Jov. Chase chair Gina Motoh Etheil i ill the interrupted current standing at a Hole of considerable was alien made through thy Gutu the wire. The electrical Rire nit was Hen immediately completed by the water the reflect inn of the in Educ and permanent position dcg., marking what is technically called dead or in Oiler words the Complete escape of the electric Force through the opening into the surrounding Iva Ter. A More minute Hole was then made when Hie following curious Phenomena pc soul de themselves. The Needle of the Galvanometer was deflected about degrees bal instead of remaining stationary at that Point kept vibrating irregularly through arcs of two or three degrees on each Side of 70 Degrom. The perplexing vibrations of the Galvanometer applied to the elec tric Cable were thus exemplified. It become therefore exceedingly probable Llinat the vibrations supposed to he produce by Earth currents arc nothing More than an indication of the minute nature of the Haw in the which has destroyed the conducting Power of the present Cable. To remedy such defect for the future or. Hughes has devised a form of Cable As simple As it seems to be effectual in performing work. Gutta Percha is More or less porous. Minute flaws May exist which May not show themselves until some time after Tho Emersion of a Cable this Wae exemplified by or. La Conley who Dis covery of flaw in his tasmanian Cable which did not show itself until it had been three or four Days under water. To meet these defects to fill up any pores in the Gutti Percha and also to cure any accidental fracture or puncture of it. Professor Hughs introduces a a Viscid Semi fluid of non conducting character Between the con due ing wire Ami the Titta Percha. The Gutla Percha covering of the wire is drawn out Inlo a tube a Little larger in bore than the wire the space Between them being filled with the Viscid fluid. As soon As any puncture is made through the Gulla Percha covering the fluid Mil and is of that Nalore Hal it burdens As soon Asil comes in Contact with the sin rounding water. A ilium i iral1ii i Turu Wols hindu i piece of prepared crib la . To. It i .1. I severity and there was not n Little sensation i Short time. A sort of guerrilla Wiik then carried1 on Between the democrats and republicans until sifter six o clock when without disposing of Resolution Tho ii just took a recess. Hills were introduced making appropriation frs for Tho the payment of the interest on the Staio Deli of the payment of n portion of Tho principal the Rcd Niichi the payment of Tho Commissi nor of the sinking Kaiui and to reimburse the ing fund for the itch Zdency Occil Moried by Flie Deal cation if the late treasurers prior to Juno 1u, 1807. A Resolution was adopted creating a committee with Power to Send for persons and of As certain upon what Assurance Tom. Fordi govt Yum St Etc d to the investigating that he Felt pure that the Senate would pass Tho Bill introduced in the House last Winter to reliever urls til and Gibson and their sureties. The sen tors were very indignant and considered the said Tom s evidence an impeachment of their the following is Iho very sublimation of demagoguery it appeals to ignorance and Hefti but one object j and Tomt is to life tact it Cratin dynasty by the use of whiskey regardless of the murder and woe. And want and disloyal to it produces. It is Frnia the Laporte times and is mily apart of an article but Yot As much at we can stand to publish Mew Chi use Lii me experiments terminating in a Suc cession of just such disastrous results until be is finally ruined beyond idl Hope of earn ing a livelihood in us honest Way. Liuro is so a h thing As spoiling a horse Hoo to int it will not make even a Nail Ami there arc other men be Side Luis a been known to do it were sonic time ago in a Largo Western in which it was almost impossible to Hud As we were told by n prominent merchant there any nmn Over Twenty live years of age who was nut in for Hini Kolf now it almost needless for in to nay that even in in intelligent and enterprising Western City it is not Likely that every Man Over Twenty Uva years of is Able to conduct in Independent business on his own responsibility nor is it Likely that Muni than one Quarter of the Holti number thus in Ful. Cd for Thimis Alvvs will Ever Tentilly be Success we therefore us our Advirn hint no Man should upon himself the responsibility he the chief conductor of i Liu Sims a who docs not in lilo a cerium Duj Jerii. Sue his to merely to Twute Tomt in will Camu out Well is nut be must he Tihle in liven i to matk for Bis Hope. For Many n i thinks he ran throw i Stuie across Tho nth he tries. Mirny u nmn attempts to build u in Var u Alhout in unlink in Cost Iii h Luilly it talk my crushes him and inuit in nmn who now a links of up a Posi Linn in order to Pronne himself into one More Dpi Dent but it the limn metre pit Fri would do Well logo by Iii Eyuind his friends my win flier in. U tin opinion of one else beside himself Liml i has the Neues Fanner in the belief that blowing to the depth of four or live inches will pay him the largest Ami most pro Tahle crop of com. While another with a Strong team and the largest sized Doug to or Michigan plow will turn up his Broad acres twelve inches deep and in sixteen Inch wide fur rows he is confident that he guts stir Jer crops Olcorn and better Grain and grass crops. Other practice blowing a medium depth Between these wide extremes acid Are Metis Hectl with the and they Seldom vary in their usual depth of blowing uld routine of farting a Lian has been practice by Many would prove this however pends much upon Tho nature of Tho subsoil. Such the cold acid irony nature of some sub oils that if two or three in cents of them were turned up it one blowing it would result in Gruel injury to the crops for several a ears in Lifis heavy Ingwl of hmm and . Carefully conducted experiments in these matters Are in guides cum any theory not founded on Tho Rwy of varied Dent Eman grand Jabobs Vur May term of Allen circuit court com no in in on loud May Lief re Hon. Cd. K. Juc Muli Satiel in inst tier Lehman Thomas Potts Learge w. Wood James w. Khelil inter Ackley. Joseph Warner sen., him Guilson Samuel Julu Islon. Kli Luke. Sury Tomn Whilt. I Ion sense Anitllo succeed Lixun a Lotus Foi Cuit court 1m5ji i Nilmier term. Allen an Tibbils Jehu invt in Enid truer it Ichard Johnston John n what to atom pm arc very i f. Couk Juhn a holes Jacob tall or win. Radical in our erect us to what the m i i i i John a. Kubu Wii Jacob Dimo mall a. We hold no loss thin Llin cml Lis unit i Clarles Jill. Second importance of the n. Y. Canals. The new York courier null enquirer admonishes the people of unit state of the importance of a prompt nil speedy enlargement of the canals in order to secure to it the business which it has Loret fore enjoyed and which it is essential to Prosperity to retain. It refers to the new Mil Load constructed by our Canadian neighbors from Krie to Lake Ontario mainly for freight purposes in account of which we have already Mali shed and the Enterprise my Energy of the canadians thus manifested it is to be trusted Tomt the friends of the Camel in arc Merit will expedite the work yet to be per Ormid. No argument is needed to prove what his state would lose by Baring lire Trade of the great West diverted from the channels which it now passes. This Trade increases so rapidly that future value can scarcely be Over estimated. No better or cheaper Means of transportation can by Oll Rcd than that which our on my will present when it shall to enlarged nil the is of gleam introduced. Then we need fear no but seeing what has been done in Canada it behoves us to stir ourselves and at finish the work to have commenced. The n my yorkers do not entertain any such a Ceile plan is the Sale of their can iils it will in times. Tins new Divot takes Elhel Quimo i to 1n 1h 11 Yiren Aliv fold and a Yublil run by Kiuei up vim belts and rained the m tin burls 1 Isis the la met poor Truot us Thi Vul Dix Ine of Clovis a Hui you walk to pm Diatel and amends a old Law 1st, a Piir the applicant to been i Fiir resident of the one year which shall he prowl to i the satisfaction of the by requiring i abandonment one year in third clause of Section a lid requires service ten Days or publication thirty Days instead of fourteen Days i i so that i if the defendant files a miss petition the suit can not be withdrawn by the withdrawal of Tho orig Inal petition 5th, allowing the court to such Alimony As the circumstances shall Render just and proper n divorce on the account of us misconduct of the wife gives the husband Lac same title to her property is if she were a new Section authorizes Tho opening up of de crees in certain within two years us to Cus Tofty of children and allowance of Alimony but not so As to Many the population of St. Louis census of Tho City of St. Louis just completed Given a total population of thus Cana germans Irish 22 013 ene Lish and French free Blacks Gost a Amir Contr Lur Dyrcz ctr. 1 Aludino too a har Harns Praklis us Limp Bosses 10 posts and Allowin us us to is lie poor vestes get i ,48-4. Of the latter Arff females. J ascription. Cd and naw the posies. 1 losses pm bin none to by finn Loo Liberal allowances us this kind us Fodor. Out a Dandy who had a splendid moustache being asked Ata party to favor the ladies with a song replied lie really could to recollect Tho a Beauty who was near of dear How can that he when the is hanging on your very indy shortly after married Tho lady. Fertilizing our minds with Tho brains of our predecessors to raise new crops of Tho old intellectual grains and pass Awny to manure the mental Fields for future Harvest of the Amie do rail go t april term commit cing Ith april. Judge liw. Kiriu Kin Tlach Denis John Sorg Nathan Meyers Conrad i Hugh it Elijah Ilo Binson Johnson Thos. A incr Jii Nica Thos. Hau idd Charlca a. Tuy. Out the new township Law legislated the old trustees out of office und unless the county Board Shull at present session no Pitit there will be an interim in which there will to no township authority in Tomt respect. Elf the Knightstown Stiv Byville Railroad will soon to in running order to Carthage in hush county. This will soon make a connection from is re Indiana Central at Knightstown to Shelbyville und Jolt Carsonville Indiana. Uii tonic tollo Liui Road Between Lima Ohio Nyrl is ready for the about seventy Miles Al lords arc being to raise the needed stint to Complete it by the 1st of August. The Slat to take it t directory of Waterloo did alb county is an artificial leg. nor named think it will shortly i a very eligible no Ohio Sale Jour heart that to thought the sight flirt he location for an v c in favor of a Jujj in Imti Inu hey stale in explanation of the Wilt us up my ult which we Bof re that to believe the Wilh talc u is n whole tiling a fraud and the of or. J l 01 Seeley Avri Den helps confirm our opinion. Think the location will to bought up for a big i writes that Kli Thayer. The Price apparently and a smaller sum will pay Aid Leader in a Specci rec Rel for that the legislative appropriation of a delivered in so Iii among other will to gone very soon and then commissioners removed for Mumm to give room j Mcner Iier of party ans fora More hungry warm. That s our apology i uneasy. Thoy am. . J ency l Haven will not be satisfied. The new Tribune says that the j stand 0ftiiruink their to in evenly Praise Ranson that the Republican majority in new l they will to getting their opera glasses Voitk Hampshire at the Lato diction was from fact Over the Gulf and if Thuy Cumont Descry a that Tho Republican candidates for governor and i oru supreme t Hurt and Whilo in tin Villi. I he of ill Ometer instantly Doad showing the injury received Liy the Cable. Kul immediately the thud began to of oxus out and repair us injury. In about half a minute thu of the Needle indicated lie Cump loto restoration of uie Vei my Ibe not Only was Liis isl rated by punctures but Long Sills to or three inches in length were speedily tilled up. This imitation of the process by which nature repairs injuries done to Trues by the flow of he sap and coagulation opens out a Good Prospect of Over coming the defects have lately manifested themselves in several deep sea Telegraph cables. It was stated thai there were no mechanical in uie Way of the of such n Cable and that it would not Bis Moru extensive than those now made. I it View. Notes pm Columbus. Tin Iii ally Kosovs. I Ait Soss tilt Loisby Columbus 12. In the House the discus non upon the to print the report of the Treasury investigation commission. Edson led off in reply to Parsons in a most scorching speech personally and politically. His wit and sarcasm is Lland Olpin in style and some of his cuts and stubs were As severe and bitter As any recorded is the saying of Tomt remarkable nmn. To reviewed at cowl Merallo length the testimony before the come Mission mul Aguilu reiterated the Claige and rend from the reported evidence to sustain it that Chase Hechmo responsible to auditor Wright for Tho Tatto of an order to treasurer a Ibsen for in amount of Money to cancel Peru m Notos Madu by col. 8chouler for the Purchase of Usu Ohio state journal then due and if not paid would compel uie suspension or Transfer of said Organ. The evidence of this Irani Eikon he so ill was in blues and j Ansons replied no length and wit i much bitterness so much so that the speaker fell it his duty to Check him. Lie denied in general Lernis most of the charges of or. Edson Tel if it to Irue that Hov. Was Itu Licau a in the thus leaned Giitl Niu to Sav were stated in Money reign Niels however Knitl in general Lenns. The House look a re ficus at 12 o clock m., without disposing of the matter so we will in the Hoiu Day Douht Luss. I Var Cimon such 1 the lobby was med with Lisle cars during Ilu yours tile on the eve of an which is now u Law Lictor Isgrig the of it of tile License Jar Neil at fifty dollars. Our provides that All Laws shall be of ,1 Merui nature and of Courso which Are not so Are unconstitutional. This Law then since it in Posis a i Jav or liquors which is not a no levied upon other prop Erly exposed to Sale or barter must be contrary to provision of uie Constitution att therefore Voi l. Another1 pc Ovi Suino uie la in is snid to exist giving to City authorities tin right to Levy a ii cd nov for municipal purposes. And us nil cities in the slate would not of eos Rise Levy a Censo of the hmm amount Llie cell Els of the jaw would nol be general which would of course present other objection fatal to Constitution Imily. There never has Hun a Slute Constitution thai Lias Brown More safeguards urdu nil id rights of the people that docs the prefect Orio Tif Indiana. In this respect in is a Model that every Siule might Well copy. I under it every Rig i is Tiro those who would give s Lii Tion to mobs by or Wii Bovit Usu color of Law to invade tin Sanctify of Home ind destroy Urty merely because uie proprietor might by sell ing liquor it r Iii upon be thru sold of the door by the Constitution and warned at their peril desist. It Sites to Ibron this Man in in a Mirt can Ami shall la protected from it your an a Tea Aiti font the. Think first fan fan titled an i tit twin re of Antral and j n Sruti Sitf tie Tatj in fiyut tinn thereto 7, ihb2 l. Jef it or pc Nercil Ata emmy of the mate of that Tho third Section of tin above entitled net which Section it in the. Words following to wit skit of j. Tin president of the Board of s shrill by Virliie of Bis Olyce be inspector Ufert ions of such township an d Tho Hoard Lott Only t the proper co. May pcs ignite additional or More places of holding Eide Titis in my party Iii Jas of or More townships when lilo pm Loti re Joire uni Tho same Iii Tiik in to rend As Foll my to wit it. Tin township1 trustee shall by Virlus of his of lick by inspector of clcction.4 shrill design Niue the Placo where e a i Lions old in t Tiomir resp Celiku town us i Fml voters Fiat my present prior to Tho to Wolleat any jul Vinct appoint q Editk d voter a of him Juv net who with him of judges of such no Hhall Pnno Iii two Itil , Aii a i turd of county com Tony. J Missit tucks of the proper county my one Adil Lional or More places of holding elections in any township or Ion n Piccin Cosof iwo Ormom townships when Usu Public convenience required it. Ski. 2 itis Lewhy Del nod Tomt an emergency exists fire Xiumei Lilc to doing a elect of this . 11 shall therefore be in Tow. From and after passage and in the Indiana stat Tif journal und Sentinel. John k. Cravens president of the Sunato. J. W. Ooh Don s Penker House of . Al Provod Mir i i Asl Lukl Willard of uie state of Indiana Indiana Mic take s f set i do heretic certify the above to be u True Narf com Pluto copy of the enrolment now on flu in 11 in Nelliee of i Secretary of state. Witness my hand and Seal of the state Atteln Anapolis thy he Day of March a. A cultus l. Secretary of state. Members of Congress All once Luhiau whigs and hence not to Tho re sinocrat in portion of the republicans. Thai really a humiliating confession and not flatus into whigs. For Khame that have themselves out to be treated urns. They will lie wanting a Wilmot pm Risor to cop slavery out of 05" the citizens of Hli ill ton Uro moving against Tho whiskey trifle. At our la list dates nit Tho liquor Roll Lars had quit one nil Huirt they Labouring with. E find Tow following in uie Toledo Lejade of the Kali inst in reference to the it till Alt 1-Vee though it is not and Delabo i Julu As it should to the citizens of fort Wayne in must be apr Archt that the same difficulty is being brought on our schools. Par Tiquin influences ignorance and nig Gardly Economy have heretofore crippled it. What i future Muf happen is yet to be seen. School troubles. Owing to fart that lilo school authorities of i Aflalo Are subordinate to and dependent upon the City Council things have got into u tangled condition in that City. Political Mutlu conces Art permitted to govern rect join of councilmen and considerations of fictional popularity seem to have More weight in determining than the importance of the educational interests. Fearful of giving to Anne wretch to whom an educated person assumes the Oryx of a hideous monster whose Only object is of prey upon the poor and ignorant the members mho Council have pursued dimmer the past to t Intra course is destructive to the of Hon Otilli a pub he the. Schools As it was possible for them to take. I n s to parture for kans is to Tonko his office As Ahtl Ragm by the at lurks which have been made District judge of the Federal court Mon them Ami by the reduction of Wasiw the Lav has been cd on Wifton cuday 23d Maue Oniate or the services performed the Best Rochers Are i most by i1-, we ten plies to Tow bar m it ii band to Iii their Post and car citing very Heartfelt letter and Anious Many munitions elsewhere. Showing , ii svs in thai painful As it is Lolo record evidences of a j i Mac the kindness of lion by Public authorities which so Ibre Cuy j for Twenty eight Ever since my to Umpire a cause in which nil Are really so deeply manhood Here i had Many interested As hey Are m having Pietr children Ed-1 Mil Here 1 hurried Here have United to nevertheless regard it our duty in in i Havn line five of u Hom now sleep so in order that while in an Opportunity in Day cemetery and i confess Gutlen Lull to Point Oul. The causes which leu to troubles of n my consent to dissolve All Obeso ties the itar of have in a very mag-1 unanimous und without regard to this Itil in also furnishes u to Imi inn which nov serve in of hrs a int a Landing Njmen Tho and Coli he to he a of has been greatest trial of my Hie but duty if not interest Kinni j j Diu Nti Niin with political diver uni tows. Interests nil make do hero our j Kii for schools Mana Gros Nional to to entire the. Purpose of Val Nilion of a Cal Osterc Hovat their action of nil semblance of Piti j Lyle of the r-cfprlalim.-, Uro de of Lac l county audit roof coun ties of oath of a n. It Tho will of Tho Hon. Ii. L. Of Ivial to meet some Pho in each District on 0 Cal or Pir Liam and , inn non and Prosperity will Mark the Progress of inc schools. Lafay Otto was nor Nittold to probate in Indianapolis but jurisdiction is claimed m Tippecanoe Coli Etc. Tho com gone to Tho supreme court the question will be settled. Wednesday Afler the monday of june the shit Hoard of com Gates from the District Ito nerds an Alolifi on the 1 s
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