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7 May 1859

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 7, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaWayne weekly pub Szefc and Kuopi Metott volume 19. Established As a whig Joc Naii a. D. To the Union the Constitution and Laws. Fort Wayne Allen county Indiana Satt Abdat evening May 7, 1859. Preby Zabih Advance. . Number fort Wayne times. Chapter. Over a year ago one David Kilgore a representative in Congress from Tho Avano county to strict Indiana appointed a Young Tuan a Ini nor and resident out of that District to the Cadetship at West Point military in famous piece of official prostitution As Ever was perpetrated to the injury of any people. Bui hot Long after the appointment was made it was ascertained that the Man appointed was hot an actual loaf id resident of the District Imd that his father Olio was required to give his consent to the Young Man s acceptance of the Post also resided out of the District this mat Ter did not rest there but became the subject of investigation and was fully exposed in All its do Fortu Ity in City bulletin ii a finale we find that thu Hon. David asked the avar department to return the of the facts stated and Hanco or. Cadet had leave of absence. About the same saying about applications made by Young gentlemen of this City and other parts of the District As we Case the representative in Congress from this District nominated Arthur f. Of Irvin iced who was then and still is i resident of Wayne co., appointment that without touch ing the unquestionable qualifications of the no. Printce for the place was exceedingly impolitic and which at one time we were about to open to the Light of Day hut was constrained to desist for the reason of High personal consider in doing which we subjected ourself to some sacrifice. Thus stood matters until late last the people of it. Wayne were of a sudden advised by an announcement in the go Shin Democrat that or. Caso had appointed n Young Democrat of Goshen and son of Hon. E. A Chamberlain sex member of Congress an appointment highly a probated by the Democrat and seconded by the Cohen times Hep but not one word of reason Given for the vacancy made by Cadet Arthur f. Reed. In a Short Lime while wonder was going the rounds Why the vacancy and Why the appointment of a Democrat there came to this office a communication from ,1 distinguished gentleman and Republican of Elk Hart co., in which he Anim adverts on the course of or. Case. That communication we published on the Tel april last and for the purpose of greater certainty we again print As follows Goslen april 3, i so. J. W. Dai sos esq., dear your attention has been drawn o the appointment of Young Chamberlain of this pm acc to Ihn vacant Cadet ship at West Point for this District by Ami through our Case. The news be Whilce a clap of Thunder for a Clear sky upon the republicans Here. Or. Case had very determined to select life candidate from Elkhart county. He wrote to leading republicans Here upon Tho subject enquiring whether the former applicant or. Still desired thy place. Or. Jacobs had Laicans of your nor by any considerable portion of ilium. The fuels Are just the reverse of Luis he states. Two citizens of your county and Only two wrote me of their own volition or at the instance of Young Llowell urging his appointment. One of these was the father of the applicant two others both excellent republicans wrote to the same cil but in reply to letters addressed to them by me. These were All the recommendations sent to two in his behalf. On the other hand a much larger number of the prominent republicans of Goshen wanly re Cosmu ended 3 Oung Chamberlain. They Vero seconded by Many i will not say All of the Lead ing republicans of Elkhart and to these were added the urgent solicitation of Many of the very Best republicans in an adjoining county. If it were important probably these persons would authorize the publication of their names and and. A Republican would then discover that this attack on me was really Only a censure of an army of republicans in his i that which Cut him out of the situation. Young or Llowd the son of Howell ksfj., of this town Wax the Choice. The Young Man was recommended by All the leading republicans hero. Or. Case wrote that he should have thu appointment and the very next news to hear is the appointment of he son of. 11. Chamberlain a nine who Preambular de ibis county with in Rittz at the lust election mid lifted Little he possessed no nest air. Case and against True and tried men of party who were sacrificing so much in his behalf. A Truk Tho Mottur the i on of Jenri no Uii flinching Republican and Superior to his successful competitor is cast wishes n and recommendations of the hero cast this son of judge chamber Iain not inst whose votes speeches and influence we chose or. Case mid the Reptah Lirtsm ticket through by a Triumph Mil majority h no wonder the democratic paper s of tie District Ore jubilant Over or. Case s Mii Giuin Imit. But clip republicans of Elkhart homily Anllo know of or. Case How far touch favors go to repay to atm for the a Crnic e of of Eulitta of self respect and Fie sacrifice of their cherished , Tho nuts g. Harris All offered in his behalf and in behalf of the great principles of their party they want to know How lie crime to do this great wrong what reasons he can give for striking Down his own political friends and elevating his political enemies they want to know this Ami have a right to know it and 1 Hope or. Case can give some sort of nrt1 explanation shall relieve his own conduct from Tiv odium of this trans action. A. . In response of the above or. Case uses the columns of tire of Shin times of Glt May and we arc sure that but of Civ who read it will he Able to discover anything Short of equivocation state ments which prime Facia show no disposition to Tuko the responsibility. We notice but two Points in it worthy of Nufa 1st. That or. Case agreed for what consideration is not stated to let a gentleman of Elkhart county make these Lection should a vacancy occur and that he does not want controversy on the subject and to think it wont Benr a controversy. Tho propriety of the agreement to let a second party to the exclusion of All tiie balance of Tho District name Tho Cadet to fill Tho vacancy is left with Tho people and or. Case and How it Hap pc cd that the vacancy was talked of a buy ago to leave or. C. To reconcile. Why fort and All the balance of the District were not consulted even not notified of the vacancy in seemed to had Long before anticipated will re main a scaled Book. To desire to be understood As not caring a Fig about the Republican family difficult a nor As raising an objection to or. C. For appointing n Democrat for we really believe that politics should form no objection to an appointment and if or. C. Had placed it on that ground and is ing a sound discretion and took the responsibility to think not even a would have Long objected. Hero is what or. Says cd him be judged thereby. The Cadet appointment. Fort Wayne april 29ui, 1850. Editors Goshen times gentlemen 1 noticed in late number of your paper a letter purporting to be from a Republican of your county first written for and published in the fort Wayne times in which grave charges arc made against me relative to the appointment of Young to the West Point acad Emy. So Long As these charges were confined to the paper in which they originally appeared i did not feel called upon to notice them. Not knowing who was the author i had Good reason to doubt Tho republicanism of one selecting such a medium of attack. But the letter is evidently published in your columns with the expectation amt some of its statements will be explained. That expectation i am Happy o gratify so far is ran be done without involving myself or others in controversy on Tho subject. For while i do not fear controversy i think it better to avoid it if it Erin to done honorable. So far As Tho republicans of your county or of the District Are it the perhaps a. Sufficient explanation to state that Young or. Howell War not As the author of Tho letter erroneously asserts recommended Hyall he loading re pub Otke own Vicinity As Rood and Siruc As any his county or the District can boast of. But if the tone of Xia letter can be taken As an Index of the feeling existing in your midst it is better that Tho names and statements of those who recommended Young Chamberlain should not be published. To make them pubic might engender a bitterness Between Mon in your county which would be More disastrous to the party than any attack on me can be. Thus stood inc matter so far As the number and position of those who recommended the two Ipp Libants were concerned. Four of the most Purthy and prominent republicans of your county urged the nomination of Young ii Owell. Mueh larger number several of them equally worthy and prominent and All of them goodry Mil icons As urgently solicited the nomination if Young Chamberlain. Doubtless Llowell could Lave largely increased the number in his favor or nil up Csc Well of him and so also i presume Chamberlain could have obtained Many More lines. With this Brief statement of facts might leave he matter to be judged by my constituents with he generous Candor they Are wont to exercise. Jut it. Is Only fair to notice one other charge of a Republican.1 lie Case wrote that e Llowell should have the Char table believing the author to be what he signs Liu self i will not characterise this assertion As t might otherwise deserve but say to him in All kindness that Helms certainly been misinformed. Vcci sely what was written i do not remember to can i refresh my memory by reference to us none were taken. Hut 1 do know that no such Promise was made by me. That c n courage m Cut was held out to him is True. That us Between him and Young Chamberlain 1113 pre Ference was for ii Owell on political grounds k also True. This May have been intimated to him As it certainly was to others and i win if i had Felt free to act on my own Persona and political inclinations ii Owell would have been preferred o Chamberlain and another before either of them. I did not feel thus free hut bound rather to a child to the , and carry out n Promise Long before made to a a Vorih lie publican of your county whose name need not be mentioned. Atone time under a Shin of what had been his action 1 did deem it my privilege and duly ump beyond ims wishes mid my Promise and consult Tho wishes of oth ers. The nomination was to main those j opinions. Meantime a satisfactory explanation i was made which placed the application of Young Chamberlain on such grounds that 1 was con strained til forego personal preferences As Well As Overlook his political ital unities. Feeling thus of Liged to defer to the wishes of a Noil a i was of course pleased to see him so thoroughly seconded by so Many prominent men of the party in your i county and tie where. I indeed my recollection is that in Only ii it held out by me to Young Howell was Given Umler the impression that Llie gentle n above referred to tie ill his appointment if an Opportunity offered and unit Howell fully understood my position. To that gentleman 1 was As i thought under Many obligations and 1 regarded him us eminently fit to nmn Malc a candidate for the place. To Long ago As lust sum i told him that if a vacancy occurred he a hold have i in. I i that Young or. Howell wrote to on the subject in pursuance of the Promise to tins legit Leinan and on his suggestion. If or. Named to me its the person lie win had appointment i have entirely forgotten Lin act. Tsor Chin i Call to Puiul that his name Oahu Var mentioned u until it was Donu in an letter last february. Then the Lisl to Imp holier As 1 Tjui. Recollect he inf Truu d me that he had air. And nol or. Howell in Bis mind id the time he. Cd pressing a Lesire to for the place and 1 promised him the Opportunity to do to if a a Cuney occurred. Tins Ivas my the licit a corrected and Ihus was i relieved from Oki fell so 1 in is it appeared to my that he was urging the claims of no t a having led to y bin con incl to Eric Ournac Howell. Discover no that the error wits mine not his i Felt bound to respect his wishes in promises. The dying wife. Lay the up ii my bosom let me feel her Sweet irn Riu by Cintli Forstr Inigo Cleill o or me passes and i know that it is death i would Gazo upon the treasure scarcely Given e or i go feel her Rosy dimpled figurs Vaud or o or my checks of Enow. I no passing through Liq Waters but a blessed Shore Kneel beside me husband Dearest let me kiss Jiwu thy tears wrestle with thy Graf my husband from Midnight us Lidny it May leave an in gel s Blessing when it vanished away. Lay Tho Gem upon my bosom tis not Long she can be there see How to my heart she nest Lea t is a Pearl i love to Wear if in after years beside thee sits another in my chair though her voice be sweeter Mufic. And her face than mine Moi of fair if a Cherub Calls Rico fur More Beautiful than this a Jive ins my husband turn not from the Motherless. Tell her Toni thing of her you can Call her by my name shield her from the wind us Orryl if she ens of gently blame. Lead her sometimes whore i m sleeping i will answer if she Callon and my breath will stir her ringlets when my voice in Blessing fulls. Then her soft Black eyes will brighten and Shell wander whence it came in her heart when years pass o or her she will find her Mother s name. It is said that every mortal. Walks Between two Angels Here one records the but blot sit if before the Midnight drear Man Luicius celled then he seals it for the skies and i lie right hand Angel weep la wowing Low with veiled eyes. I will be her right hand Angel. Sealing up her Good for heaven striving that the Midnight wait Lien kind no misdeed i forgiven. You will not forget me husband when i m sleeping Cuth Ilia Bud and of love the jewel Given us As i love to Tod. I might go More into details As Well As give Ither reasons that to extent influenced my action but re Niin on the supposition that it is Antl 1 Dusin to l-c1 Brief an i avoid controversy on the subject. For this lat Ter reason 1 have Only to say in reply to an la Smitn to he found near the close of the letter that i am forgetful of the , that on one occasion song local and personal t rulings for tin Sako not on my Hel Milf for let me remind Kimii personal grounds i never Usk a Himor any of his Frie Hicls to Innus Al single Sacri fice nor do 1 Over expect to do to. Hut re Mem berm the of Many on that occasion i May add that though in the matter of this appointment i Niny have erred it certainly was not in All my thoughts to treat lightly or disrespect fully Hose who then personal preferences for Tho Sake of Harmony and Success. If by such an Al and Appeal who writer of that letter would revive feelings once happily allayed his not mine be the responsibility. Has. Case. Some people never ought to appear in print that s nil. Ave Are satisfied. Arc the republicans better prospects for Farmers. We would not encourage any false Hopes or 13 a to Lead banners or others to relax the Mirt Economy which Lias Heen impelled or compelled by the depressed of Uncial condition of the country for the past year. Still we think so far As we Gui observe and Stimly Tho signs of the from an advantageous Point of observation there is much to Cne Ornge the Hope unit a More prosperous stale of affairs lies but i Little Way Ahe Iid of us. The use we would now make of this is to encourage banners to a More extended and thorough cultivation of various crops the present Spring. The season bids fair to to a favor Able one. Prices of produce Are in the main higher Linn they have been for some Lime past and will probably increase still further. Let every one make no club it to Plant or sow an acre. Or two More than they had intended and to till those crops already Plim Ned for with More care. The extra produce thus secured May he a Nike weight to turn the Schilo in favor of future Prosperity. A Mcclain agriculturist. Prof. William u. Died Al his residence in Floreen Castle co. Ind. On wednesday morning May -1th, inst. After a Long illness. To was it native of Tho stale of Ami at his death near sixty years of age. He was a methodist Clergyman for Maut years was for the. Most part of his ministry professor of Mathe Matics it the in Green Castle and was during the time lie hold itt elec Ted As superintendent of Public instruction of ind., was Defeated in 185 1 had a Post in the Blind Asylum till 1s5g, and was then reel acted. During the time to Tho office m Tho Blind Asylum he became seriously involved in a matter Tho proofs which were extremely embarrassing to him. The Captain and his child. T of this old Ballad of the tempest by James t. Fields one am never weary. There is the Little daughter s whisper above All human philosophy. We were crowded in tie Cabin not a soul would dare to sleep it was on the Waters a Tula storm was pm the deep. A fearful Liing in Winter to to tie Blavo and Licor Llie Rill liner trumpet Thunder Cut Awny the must we in j Orth full Puichl yield ids breath while sen was and Hie Maurs talked of death. A lius Wilmal i dark Iii a one Villi his prayers we Art the Captain Rihou led As be san Goral Down the stairs. Hut Litile whisper l As Liis Irv hand Iii t 0ml upon wafer. The Satnic is on the tax a Lio Mic it Neil As lie Munki in butter direr and Aneli Vireil Safe in Harbor of the Chicago times. Foht Wayne Indiana. Fort my knt Roii Chicago Der Kir As we have an election Here to Morrow you will Likely nol deem it out of place id learn in forehand How it nil Kepul Iraik arc running a ticket but there in not a Shadow s Shadow of a Chance for them. The City will go by a majority democratic. Of a Misc 1 mean Lotf. The Douglas democratic Anil not the in Init of which scarce tribe i hardly think von will mod one in the City. The Little party whose per Sonal and political influence docs not amount to n Are laughed at Iii this Section As the Fossil remains of loader Dimiti As something to a by gone Era when trip la squashed etc., etc., was the my Ltd hint Ihlenf the huns cars. We All und Erslund Here Why Stephen a. Dougilis broke Loose from Ikey the and appreciate the Wisdom which led him to Lake that Here is somewhat Dull but improving slowly like have been waiting until tvs thin the Hist few Days for the indic Lions of Spring we Are now however it Crilly in the Middle of summer. Our Itlen Rity 1ms become a perfect Panuline under Llie influence of grateful Sunshine. Our dwelling Are surrounded with fruit Trees in full Bloom with Lilac Bushes just exhaling their Rich perfume in the air with hyacinth tulips Jet or tie. And a variety of oth or Flowers springing from Umid a verdure As fresh is it is abundant and list but not least we have the Green and velvet Lawn for our children to gambol on in All the Security and Charm of mid summer. The Banks of the a mimic arc daily dotted with anglers and the finny tribe deluded into rashness by the warmth and Beauty of the season snap at the tempting bait and become thenceforth candidates Tor the under present appearances we do not think any one would hesitate to live in our quiet City although it has ,1 court House near to a livery stable and so Small and mean you might sooner take it for a cow barn. Hut we have some buildings not so poor and beggarly looking. There is the Hock Hill House our largest hotel kept by Kumsky which will compare with your Best houses in Chi Cago. Situated in an elevated portion of the City and overlooking the Caiman and River it is an cd gent and most comfortable Home. The Hedekin is of More mid Conlu Piel unions and kept by u gentleman who does All he can for the com fort and satisfaction of his guests. We have two papers thu times and inc re publican the former being regarded with the greatest favor and though a Small Sheet it is ably i died by Dawson the famous Friend of do i by of the p., it. W a r. Sol. D. Sayings grand master of Indiana re sides Here and has commenced the publication this Ymir of a monthly Magazine devoted exclusively to inc free masons. It is full of excellent Reading matter and will doubtless be appreciated by thu fraternity As Well As it deserves to be. The Pittsburgh fort Wayne Chicago Kail Road machine Simps Are located Here under the superintendence of or. Who has charge of thu machine department from Chicago to Crest line a disc inc of Miles the machine department is being rapidly systematized by or. Barry and under his management will Hoon he us Complete in All respects As that of any Road in the country. Here Are As Mimer is is in Chica go and arc in full blast throughout the in kith. They All appear to to will Mist mail and arc places of general resort. Why does not the Lodge of the sons of Malta Send officers flown to establish a Branch have a number of first Cluss Fellows who would Raj Rico to belong to this ancient Anc Noble fort Tho Sothern Bank of Illinois Ftp Shawno town hns been put in liquidation and Tho auditor of state has Given notice that All circulating notes on education and a change says the Philadelphia North Ameri can has gradually taken place in the system of education at the leading schools Public and Pri vate. We observe n great improvement in the attention paid to practical branches of education and have been much gratified to find that the and Vance has been no Leas in the education of the gentle sex than of the Ruder. An old Shipman Ter in our hearing recently exclaimed at a school Why those girls could navigate a ship anywhere As Well us i in the Best menial discipline Ever the languages in the various departments of natural philosophy in history and in Belles letters the graduates of our first class female schools exhibit a proficiency which would have Delight Al astonished the Learned women of a Hundred years ago. Practically and thoroughly educated women were comparatively rare when some of the women whose names arc non household words for Wisdom made their Mark and thus became to us traditions of Wisdom. Accomplishments so called meaning music drawing dancing and one or two of the modern j languages still hold their place. But we fear they hold a Little More than their due place in thu is Tamulion of our fair friends themselves. The Saludy which is Pali Nelty gone through with and the time and Money which Are expended to make them really us Well As superficially Learned arc nol estimated at their clue rate. We mean to say that our indies count Loo much on their a com that is to say their ornamental acquirement and do not perceive the Worth of their acquisitions. They scorn to fear that learn ing of a description is underrated and that educated women Urc considered disagreeable. They fancy thai Petty trifles Are More desired than solid and that to be acceptable companions they must seem hut not Learned As they value their Power Ofa Unic on. Ave think our fair ii ends Are under a mistake. They Rule the world if they would but know in. I rally. Ii a arc Juppo Jwal o a War of he fact of their Dominion arid yet they do not seem to net upon it. They give Lone and character to society. Men i Cairn to dunce to pm Chise or dancing in the abstract they do not care i City election. The following is the result of the election held in tin s City May 3d, 1809, by which it will be seen that f. P. Landall dem is Cleety l mayor m. Drake or. Rep clerk win. Stewart ind. Dun treasurer j. Price marshal ii. Tons Street commissioner and ii. Bossier ass Hsu mayor. P. Jun Dell j. C. David U. Jones clerk. Mocks Drake win. T. Pratt w a it t s 1st 3d 4lh with 103 183 180 4-2 67 1st 185 i Oil 4 30 3d c 81 180 15 j Ido tip 200 159 g. Piepenbrink 15u 1122 1-Lu Joseph Price ii. Monnig h. Cut met la Street . Ii. Tons j. Hyan r assessor. T5 151 187 14 188 10t 1 1 4 j 81 in 4i-Floo no in i 3 103 131 215 50 w thu love of Fame would Menf fast in self. Her Law Gentl enu a. Such we a priv that a Square Pirrly should be made which then rain i i indeed such is far from the Best Way but it is .v1 we Ivan to see the meant to be understood that a ticket be fvrtntit71 whether Pii Liuni or mixed and then at Fie opportune time before the election present it through the press und by every Oiler Means so that the Public mind can be drilled and disciplined just is he skilful tactician and pre pares his men for the contest. The press injudicious lumps can the vow out truths can arouse the Public mind work on the Public heart and inspire courage logo Forward to Roni Diirr. The press Moulds Public mind to a certain Channel but neglect in and that Public mind Ai Rivas it curious conclusions Uncertain my sometimes disastrous. Kut As the election has so gone in appears to be the mayor and treasurer elect will qualify and hold but the rest will have to contest for their seats Wilh the officers who will hold lie precisely Llie Samb Birds that you arc Tho Shu Wen an Albatross a pea Hen a Canvas Bacic and in any tiny an hereafter they will vindicate the sup the Laws and tie decisions urts in pursuance thereof i absolute starvation to tit you sometimes can unit. Brutal violence upon your own belter natures and in such canes 1 can t help but think that the old axiom is reversed. God Over claiming thai the election is void to Anttio this Xijiu so supreme court will soon decide and then we presume nil will he Cnoc a and we presume also that the into will be sustained though we think the the new Onen arc j in tinder Ihu thu Law to qualify. The judges deserve All Tiro Ibl Irv that the Leader has heaped to Jinn Lliam. The a have a beefed Oberlin Liy an whereas Tho saints Hud a right to sex just their court would sustain thu in. The should continue to abuse the supt the court of Oft in . Raising thrill of the Monseque Taes to Plant More. A has proved one the farming Cointin Init and proving so in that has fallen Wilh equal i Aster potatoes or Vul Lias been in a perishing condition. Truly it is n Dubois. By from. I i. I i it j .1 i bad thing Tor the who rely a producing to Ihne inns per is int nit of Ninell lire Murk Al when they have to buy. Bui be last j Jor they Theu Tyniw in nun and Young Ani Crisai mule und female has Loo i Keason bad and yet Loo huh was Van Plant j Ous prof ice Only had As it was. Another _ to Lent of timing Good ined imn Viilo two or much the monopoly of the Field. The solid i fruits of Educ lion More Vannu and More prominence Rind Liis would be nil reeled. Take the now undue prominence of the trifles of society and the brilliance of accomplishment and forms Loo fur thu polka would not be crowd aft or Day Iid in the City a Clas of banners who have no justifying business Heru but who their Tiiu and when the Hosl of All i it is stated As a 1c sled out into the Hall fingers too for tin demands a strict account of hit Lime of such piano keys would nol be sentenced to idleness nil u to 11. It and yet loiter Here. Let them Stiv at Lime let them sow and Plant and Harvest live they should Boa i Home earning. They arc nol j that the eyes on to Remote end incur wanted lure they Are needed Al Home the pub j produce end liar pot noes from i humid jul not Anait to the last per silage. Would not be drowned into silence. The rising Gimie Ratton would nol eclipse thu risen so completely and there might be deference paid to age and authority where now there scenes to be none. Men and women arc superannuated too soon in this country by a score of years Al least Anil when youth has things nil in its own Way that Way Loo often proves foolish and unprofitable to say the Best of it. In behalf of thy old fogies then and in protest against the entire superseding of the useful by the ornamental we beg to be heard. We ancients do know something and could make it appear if we could but be heard. And we should like Tho evidence that our Young friends know something too. The Mere presumption which arises from the fact that they have been finished is not enough. Finishing does not write Finis to the use of All that they Are Fin Ever seen in its streets is cd in. The Circle of sciences which is taught in schools or professes to be ought to be of some and improve their lands and la Xiv jul be Well with them. There is too tulle platted in this Region too Litulu Alt nation paid to Good husbandry to have Thrift follow. Or lie tool cud and that lie Disien acc in tin Lime of Mich mat living a crop equal ten Davs or a Market Gard Nurs in some in this country turn this to acc incl. They Cut their potatoes into pieces using tin buds Jit Inive a Ever wishes to return. Hut u is ten in i rigid and you Havo co of Limle sins to answer for it i s will be permit cil to it Iii Iii tit or utter nil. A Vii though you in vhf kept yourself in spoil a from the world and Havo no other sin than to look with a car Nal Eye upon other men s wives and Otic of Hii bids thru the will be Well u hot do you Eibink in will i Why Tho verdict will of a duller in life Woc Ond do Mitt it so Mote it to. I suit toe estrang1no the affections of a wife. Thrive if n singular trial a inv in Progress it co Tiu ibis Ohio. The papers of Bat City referring in the furnish the following facts i the Superior of tins county now in so i a mallows presiding a it Oval Aii l Usu resin big Lor Ilam Ges Laid at u n Jurn up ail rot Simein id before the jury on Fri Riding and is still progressing Nam in Tiki i i Irwi Carowil to my or twirl Alouso from a quite i Lunner being ladies Tho the proceeding Young gentleman named a. Ilowit is. In the i sos a Jive m. Kent a Yonner lady in Bijick Init. I adjoining Nunly was a Durred As the St Tiel Lins Tom exit Trinity for the earliest crop mid Llu. Is this action the j Hariu a or. Aaron Iril Llin both Orcsi drills of Liis Romity. Of the Twain the lady Choso Nares Ponder ool he fart lat yet top ind april Ujj United him in Marrage. Sonn after they re Kiu Roi sir i my in your novt a to Hli Nois the to i daily of this Date an uric la to in Fonyi tic 1 business and in n Short till after their a journal which in my opinion sets Forth the rival in Llie West Thev were followed by grilling the Toledo times of Llu Glt of May gels off for the oppo Kilimi. I am Wil who it is alleged int hired Tho wife to Fortl Alwater the following conc Crnin the sunday school cd Cir i Siou of the rho to which we add thai thu train to should i by Oulu a. Beado pled All will Goon Well and we can upon her Allied assisted in her Kresuk it in who will do Justin to nil Par i inn mid Preston and wife Are with Sabbath school excursion. From this City reached Here on return at 12 clock and All highly pleased and we know the Are Bem lated. The Kokat Cau i oads i a Kokiv octs1dk and Insi nil with i Tiol to Sorsano pm sons on Thi practical value in life. Show out Young ladies and if thereby you expose the emptiness of some i i i i .1 t i 1-1 life the danger thu territories Livin s Csc tiny Tho to in j lies and sections of the Connery. Territo i to the suit which is brought by Zesare Ami apply Friuli nisin Inin Tho i the husband towers to recover damages caused j Union in will be time enough to by taking from his Possession i question so As they Are rout Rii cd. So h jul. Ron nil of properly of which his wife was the Jas the North sends Lent i ii Grants into us expectant. Messes i Jalloway. Warden and where the South sends Oik i Ranoni in wrist no car for the plaintiff and messes. Rivorie liar Lier and Andrews for the defence death of James m. Def bees the Wab Asli Road were gaily decked and to need not say that t the engines fashionable male Patea it May Force their of available spare was occupied on each train from Nurs into a review and a Reading up to be equal i to the incl in l al1 to the demands of Many u hair brain might be kept out of mischief and much Good now undreamed of be accomplished. So is full of egregious Shams and Tho ladies at Tho imposition and abet and increase it by forbearing the tests which they arc Well Able to apply. If the education which we Bonsal is the privilege of everybody in this country in anything More hum a most superficial imposition do Ilear ladies vindicate Tho Honor of our schools and by frightening Tow men into to metering Liko manliness. You can set the Fash Ion of knowing something. Par so do for it in a duty you two to your country. Let us have woman s rights vindicated in this practicable and sensible manner. To the opposition parly in this slate. Have the Power to carry his state easily for some Good and conservative Man for the Lye Side nov if the line of policy alluded to be carried out. In this county Lawrence the Amir Caius mid old whigs will i Mitt without a dissenting then Why not unite v the doctrine is though a Union May drive Oil Julian Jami nos too to do without them i Rcpt Idinie them at once. In 1811 the in Metard t tit a was City and the Steamer Arrow were loaded Down in Defeated by the. Pitini Chiles new York. They arrived at about noon. Two or three thousand of our own citizens were to the depot to Welcome the while s hand was on duty in sides some of the delegations had bands of their own the names of which we did learn. The propeller Ici sey a Trice. The first carried and Tho latter iwo out. To the hike the nearly As Many More Tho remainder of crowd d ran so the we Urc rid of them the Metier. Withoft Union of All thue Osi Rva Livo forces Are in the streets in Tell stores and eating j certainty Anarch on to Victory in it 11. _ i i i s. J the first agricultural society formed in this country Philadelphia society Lor promoting agriculture Stab Lichod in the first Dattlo show held in this country was hold in pour Lori muss in october 1r10, and from this Era sprang the system of agricultural societies and shows As they exist Al present inmost arts of he. United states. Till departure of the Rains at o o clock M. What surprised our most was the a Sene of anything looked like Safe bulb school children s Celebration. Riot Tild comparatively a Penkins Ere present it Doss in embryo All children of a larger growth. Fathers and mothers with sweethearts and their Lames composed eights of Ihu crowd. I probably our City turned out a full ten lion Saml to swell Tho throng mid when Twenty thousand people arc prime ending the streets any Ono May imagine for himself Xvi in tire chances for locomotion on pavements were. To saw no a opt made to form a procession speech Ify or do any other of the ten thousand things that Are usually put on foot at such a yours truly Imi Htam Tho of direct Ursoy St Ito link of Irr Jiunta an almost unanimous vote have Clern lined to throw out the notes of Illinois and Wisi Oisin Hanks. The reasons assigned Are that Many of these Hanks be tied at inn citizens will Long remember the f the of May. I Neces sible Points Anil the Cost of Proem ing redemption in is arc Tutor thin those holders of toe currency an willing to submit to this a Arreney cannot be exchanged in Chicago for Indiana or Eastern cur Renej Short while Sistern is purchased there with thus notes of the rank of Tho Suto or those of the Indiana free Banks for Premium. Tho discount of 1 per cent now placed on this Curry fancy Doop not file Cost of converting it into funds. 1 the Croshen thus n Lii of or. I fives late that place who died c j on sunday 1st May. 1850. James m. I frees whose decease occurred on1 Sini May Ihu instant was bom Aii Gist 12th, at South tend Indiana from whence to removed with his parents in november of Iho same year to this place whom he has since re sided. In 1 Sim he entered Wabash College at Crawford Sulla and graduated with the honors of the inst Ulm Hily 1mb, 1s.15. Immediata by ther Cafier he commenced the study of inc w m. Connection whith he established the Elk Bai t Bounty . First number of which appeared under his auspices january oth 1s50. In so Plemlie of the same year he was admitted 10 . In november i it he entered Cam Bridge school ret Irinod to this town in iriv Anil Couin Eneyd tin practice of his profession july Laih 18.18, Hudnul Ivorid a n option before the class of College and received Iron Ihu faculty of that institution Tho honorary degree of a. M. In october last he. Wis elected i attorney the Luis Judie in l Ina it the duties of he discharged with enu ii u hims if full ii to the state. Ass Fusul of tar. Cincinnati Commer Cine slates that to edition has been Lili d in text. S. District court of Ohio for the foreclosure of Tho first Sacrid mortgage upon flu s the first of Ortago is for being on the Road from Vancs Villa to Bellair. The second mortgage is upon the entire Lino for the sum of

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