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28 May 1859

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 28, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaWeekly established As a Vav Hio journal a. D. To the Union the Constitution and Laws. Terms 1 Kilb. J Attlee do yeah. Volume 19. Foot Vaycie Allie county Indiana saturday evening May 28, 1850. Number 40 state Pei Bozif located. Late legislature of Iricia Adije in View of the a new Penitentiary and in Accord Ance with Tho recommendation of his excellency the 6rst step in the right direction and passed an for the erection of such an of the National to and and in that besides appropriating to procure the title to a Sito v obtain drafts of plans Alt things preparatory to a letting and to let the construction for tic selection of a site a commission was constituted and the a thereof vested by the same jaw in the who filled it by appointing major j. P. Bun i of Mariwil c purity or. B. F. Mullin of clip Leland lion j. In. Blake of Linton whose serv ices were to to paid out of the state Treasury and not out of the appropriation named and whose Point of selection for Tho prison should be reported to the governor for his approval or veto As to him seemed contingency the veto conferred Only to arrest a Choice so exceedingly injudicious As to make a rejection Nec Essary or tainted with fraud neither of which was Likely to and neither of which has of it fixing on the Point designated and re ported to the mean tort the commissioners took a wide Field of recon thoroughly acquaint cd with the business matters of stale prisons preparatory to locating a the for then the additional and indispensable considerations of health and the advantages and Economy in getting material on which the convict labor was to be done and having gone Over and examined the work Ltd first Lime and made comprehensive notes of All matters connected Wilh the object of their turned and reviewed Tho Field of labor in or tier that their report might be free from the least Pinion either of Hasty action or undue influence that might Continuo to add proofs of their caution and the correctness of their decision. Having completed a re Spirvey of the Field they the commission Ere sat n. Day to meet at the Capitol and the crib report id Hie Jove nor their diolcc1 for the site to which to was expected to give his official Sah Dion. This meeting to fils held and on the 30th the commissioners unanimously reported in favor of the City of fort report which gov Eriina we Ninaku no doubt will approve so soon he makes a trip to fort Wayne to cd Imiyo the grounds title which trip he will make about die int. Of june prox., accompanied we by the com m Issi owners. The Point selected As the ground on Winch Tho prison will be built is owned by William Rockhill and is that High ground on Tho West of but adjacent the feeder canal where it Dis Embo gues into the mum line of the Wabash and Krie until about one and a half Miles West from the court about u half mile from the Lino of the it. W. 0. K., where it crosses the canal and from which n Side Nick he who country in a ferment i ibis ques Tion u ii should intervention or Noti inter Vii lion be earm utly advocated by any one f if Cor should intervene and establish or prohibit Flavory in a territory contrary to the decrees of climate in less than two years after becoming n the people of in would Amend to in Constitution and Settle the question of slavery As tic in climate required. Of wll value then is the abstract of intervention or Imu Inte Veu lion Hul nay the Southern lire caters if c of press shall not intervene and protect slavery in tin territories to will dissolve the Union. And the higher Law Ittoli zionists of the North say thai in Congress shall intervene to protect slavery in the territories will dissolve the Union. For part i would not give a clinic for what con Gress could effect 1 3 either Prole cling or refusing to protect slavery in the territories and i think there Are millions of Good conservative Al t kens in the Union who stand us i do. Thy fire caters and abolitionists May Call me unsound on tie slavery because 1 agree Wilh neither but i claim the Liberty of thinking Lor in3 self and by bust judgment leaches me that of Rte f. . Misfit lion. Lii 3 hotly commit practical train it by striving to Alici Iafe one portion of our Peu Plu from Llie other. For Twenty years they and drowned Verv great National interest by Liis urious . They both nil claim. Time has vainly Rich of veil their Star thou inst no country fur All nations Chism thee for to Cir own my nil live Cnnon d lice King of the vast realm of knowledge Ami thy mime All future time shall Honor Praise Ami sing. Thy age should counted hereby years for Liyu lived Long centuries in thought Blok Len Ami Ripe thy mighty spirit cars at last tie sources whence in Grunt Sivc Ngllie was caught the throne on High at. Whose belies it wrought. The great and Good of every Uge and clime have yielded tribute i thy kingly that a urls us one of god s great truths Sublime which none but lie can tinhorn or control. So upon Art passing Doivan the isl of Yei iry of Man and smiled upon by heaven thy Diak is in obscured by fours for Hope immortal to Iii in fat ten of life beyond when from it Earth is riven. Washington Amu 4, death of Bakon Humboldt. The Canada brings the briefest possible form of announced Keiit of the death of Baron Hon bold on what precise Day is not stated but at a Day near to the Day of sailing of the Steamer Winch was the 7lh of May. It is to be regretted that nothing in regard to thu immediate Circum stances attending this event has been forwarded with this simple announcement but there was probably nothing Peculiar or in it has for some months been known his phys ical strength was at a very frail Point thai lie might Al almost any Day suffer a fatal Issue of some slight disease. No Man More illustrious than Linton ilium bold has Ever occupied the attention or won the regard of that portion of the world which bus Al Hearl the advancement the race in knowledge and in All that science confers of Good. Jle had also the singular Good Fortune to Advance in everything to the last Day of his perfect his erudition upon the Points to follow Wilh and just discrimination to very Stup in thu Progress of his favorite and to keep Pace Wilh the Kue Tissl activity in All sciences mid in either hemisphere. To Well Luil to the very inst he compre hended and in supervised every Len held by a stronger tenure than Ever thu throne of physical science to which he had come 113 n none Ever disputed. Ufa supremacy As n mask of the sciences of observation was such that it has Long been the habit of scientific men to accept his judgment in Iceni As final and Slutt Bern no instance of contest , or of rivalry Wilh in in his whole Ca reer. He leaned strongly from inc first to the simply natural Side of science and he if it every thing else and Laid aside All social and political prelim men to spend the Husi part of his life in Talieh Lindy of nature and of natural Strate in writing against the applicant on account of immorality or other in illness. The i a troubled dream like this to cast Side Board shall Grant such application if inc proof fun garment with the morn ,1 .1 i it i ii ii satisfies them that the applicant has Given the no lice pm above and that he is of Good Clia Relur and i fit person to be trusted such License. If License granted Bond surely is to be Given ac., in Tho sum of and the License fee paid which is too. Spirituous malt or any intoxicating liquor whatsoever is declared to be meant by the . Sales Are pro i Hibi cd to minors intoxicated Persona or to any one on sundays on Duys of City township county or state elections. License can inc granted Only for one year no More nor less. Now we do Hope the commissioners will look Well to ibis and remember that no License be granted to any Otic in tins has not advertised in one or the other of the weekly papers of this City prior to the kith May inst. Advertising in i Dii ily paper i not sufi Cint and the License even thu Board grunted it would not Protr it Bow her 1ml a Ojini will less not inuit such License airless the proof is Clear on that Point. We however May be shocked to hear that some of inc easy Cim science applicants have sworn to the requirements of the Law when such fuels do not exist to obviate which it would be Well Lor the Hoard to require As do other courts thu proof of publication from the publisher or editor naming the limes and the j could the Long fever of the heart be cooled Liy it Sweet breath from nature or Tho gloom of a bereaved Ull Pelion pass away Wilh looking on the Lively tint of How lightly were Tho spirit reconciled to make this Beautiful Bright world Home Willis paper and ii a copy of Oliy notice. There is another duty which the Board owes the that is to let no one have License who cannot support a Good character and the it pacify and illness to entrust Wilh the Sain of Lipior. The court of common pleas und magistrates have jurisdiction of All violations of thu Law referred to Llie penalties of which run from to including imprisonment High us 1u Days. Incl the Law be us much Good done us possible under the pet Law of those who Thede Itina boat. Jit Francis brows. It hid a Way from Beach and Bay out of sight of lower and town an empty and battered boat Altit the boat would not. Go Down. The Morring Rose on Tho Waters wide and the Naglit fell cold und dark in with the wind und tide drifted unit shattered bark. The sail had passed from broken Mast and painted Pride was dim the Salt Kea a cd Clung round Ita Bow which Bull Blu ii so Slit Irp und trim. Cru the Norry mates Ami free who find gone with it afloat we never Learned but inc world s Waldo hath lives like that Drifting boat. Lives unit in Early norms Liao lost Anchor Ami and oar Atnel never except on it by re liboro Cuil come to moorings More out Loveless Inis loss Lay the Hope und Houri. Gone a Jyril Lii part go Duwig in Uio shinny Sens hut i Hose empty bards or Jwj on duties of status mabshal8. While prohibition was the Law contended for a License Law. And those who expect to educate their children on the of blood lot those go in for the largest Revenue to the school fund Iris from License to rum. Tee Horta a Case and results. Its incidental the Mur Luru buy so far from delivered to his Pui iils und the jewish Hurcil remains untied the paternal of tin 1 Dpi and to dilates with every Prospect of Bee time a faithful ibid devout Knish priest. I tit b it through the whole of his journeys in Ameri live t ii in in Asia it is shown that in greatest problems in physical science were con line Nelly borne in mind and Ulm Jour nov were not undertaken to indulge in the merely seeing what was new. Jle was the first who comprehended the physics of Llie Earth and who recognized the serving i lace of the Earth if possible in Orer to i the Laws of physical Structure. Me was the first who co nil Rucheil a satisfactory basis for the various Depalm cols of Tea tune science which he Lias so thoroughly club Mit Luil in la Weir Lii Stury us will us otherwise in his be Smos. Blun Sholdt was of an indent Noble i airily his father having been a High Ollk or a favorite and who recognized the of of g is widely As puss Blu and the Hole sur might be supposed shul then Bilitz go out and to patriotism when they slum1 their exercise in thu luscious air of Spring time would be productive of increased vigor and health of body but this is simply not the else As evidenced by the ably prepared and valuable reports of City Ivictor Morton. This difference of mortality Between the last month of Spring and the last month of fall arises from causes which Are under the control of the people or beyond two of each will be mentioned. The natural causes sire increased dampness of thu Atmos Zihere proven by the fact that which shut easy in Winter do not do so in summer. Second takes away the Upp Etile for meals for the increased temperature of summer. Hut iwo errors in practice at tit is time interfere with Wise arrangements and induce Many and painful and dangerous diseases. First thu a mount of clothing is diminished too soon. Sec Ond the conveniences of lire in our dwellings Are removed too Early. All persons especially child Ren old people and those in delicate health should not remove the thickest Woolen flannel of mid Winter until sometime in May and then it should to merely u change to a Lii tie thinner material. Fdrflacef5 not be removed nor fire places and grates cleaned for the summer until the 1st of Juno Ftfe it brisk lire is sometimes very portable in the last week in May that May he a nire occurrence but As it does sometimes take place it is better to be prepared for it than to sit shivering for half a Day with the risk to ourselves and children of some violent attack of Spring Dis ease. By inattention to these things four causes arc in operation to chill the body and induce the colds and fevers. 1st. The dampness of the atmosphere in May. 2nd. The striking falling Oil in appetite for meats and other heating food. 3rd. The premature diminution in clothing 4th. The too Early removal of the conveniences of fires. And when the very changing condition of the Iven ther in my is taken into account it is no wonder that under the influence of so Many Cau ses of diminution of Tho temperature of the body Many fall victims to disease in november the Healthiest month in the year we have put on our wan nest clothing we have kindled our daily fires we have found a keen Rel ish for substantial food while the dampness of Tho atmosphere has been removed by the condensation of increasing cold. The Wiso will remember these things for a lifetime and teach them to their journal of a Faith. Tho editor of Tho Seymour times in speaking of the recent amendment to Tho Massachusetts Constitution buys he cannot find words to express the contempt he fools for Tho a club lican politicians and editors who have so unnecessarily and so fearfully to Clear the Republican party of nil responsibility in passing this amendment. Such conduct was t called for nor will it help the readiness l dissolve Ltd Union Lor an men Trille a split i will wed dle Duin und we Deli who love Llie Union for say to these Northern and South Ern traitors we too Havu rights in the you Simiu it Tfir it to pieces. We will defend it against All such us Yon Are As Well As against for eign enemies. You Are untrue to the lire traitors. If yowl cannot Rule the Union you Are determined to ruin it but shall do neither we our fortunes and our Sareil Al to defend the Union against All such collect and marshal your deluded forces and strike a blow if 3 of litre we can and will cv6n in thu Southern slates outnumber Yon Ami re Duce you to shame and confusion. We have carefully no Ted in our lift All leaders of factions who talk about dissolving the Union and the Best government on Earth and if the contest shall Ever conic to Ralrh Ihm Ilen w fit Tell kit Iii the peace Prosper Ity and Progress of our grail country will demand their overthrow and utter ruin. Their lays Are numbered. The handwriting is on tire Wall. Karoku. Tennessee. April decision at last attorney general Black decided lie question submitted to him by lint stale depart ment on the claims of Cut. U. W. I Erkins against Ihu Kussian Joven Anent. The decision Settle the right of capt. Perkins to recover tin Der his contract to furnish Lii l of p Der and stand of arms. Some unimportant i plies have not been fully disposed of but thu in to guilt if Surh contracts is fully Mainini Ineil. Thi entire Nin mint. Inv olved is about till be paid on the Velum of the russian minister who is dail3r expected from leu rope. The decision has in Iri considered a most important bearing upon the supplying of munitions of to foreign governments engaged in warfare or. Perkins counsel were Kex attorney gushing Kex senator Cooper and Joseph u. Stewart. Tho above Case has been carried through by the Energy of Joseph u. Stein not a brother of or. Stewart of this cit3-. This Young Man has had the most Ruex Anapu d Success Ami Mer All his Fame for to has won it to arose from the Humble condition of it poor Farmer s Kentucky Alexander Downey of Ohio county was it Tho sitting of Tho Omund Lodge of masons of Indiana convened on Thoi Iii Kay Oler cd grand master of the masonic fraternity of this grand Muster i Jay less declined a re Cleo lion. In the in Al. Brother will Inui born in 1707, Atu ined literary and political Emi Henttu in cd Nui Iny and i deed in All Kurop be ing at one time minister to and St Hsu Quentlyn hiking a Strong Landas Mim ser of state Lor a constitutional government in Russia. This was in 1818 mid at one of those periods which Hutu opened with Promise for Liberal institutions in the Nanny to close so far in re action and misfortune lie attacked Llie despotic curls bid decrees of who i Errin diet of 9111 with extreme Sharpness and Jan icing Austria and despotic of All Germany und Tor tin s most honorable and remark cattle course in which he was supported his brother Alexan Der to was forced to retire from Llie ministry Al the close of 18111. Lie died in having tie voted his inter years to history and literature. The younger brother was born in and at his death Hud reached Tho ago of eighty nine years and eight months. During the Twenty live years since his elder brother s death he has received All the honors and testimonials o Confidence from thu people my government of Prussia which were before that Timu divided be tween them lie has held the Post Al l Rivy councillor of Prussia since Lis ill and hits continued to receive every testimonial of political and person Al respect we Rich the family could Confer. Though never liking the Active part which his brother took on the Liberal Side he always testified his attachment to constitutional govern input. Krom the Dole of his first visit to Iho United Stales in 1su-1, on his return to Europe from South America he has omitted no Opportunity to express his High regard for our institutions As Well As our and in is to he was looked to for support of flip new order which the weakness of the republicans of a trope then failed establish. two or three months in this City and Washington in tins Willy part of Iso-1, a visit devoted is lie himself to the a tidy of our political instil Guions. It is not an Unwar conclusion thai the Strong stand taken 113 both the Brothers for Consoli Luliona govern intent n few years later in Turi Nany Llu re sult of these investigations. Hut Alexander Ilton was never willing to exercise decisive Polit ical Power considering Pioh uhly that he was represented by his brother in that department did to this fun Orinc Field Iii Uliys ical science was an work for one the foundation of this Pic Rit final work entitle to the i Vosmus was Laid in an extended course of ensures As Earby As 1s 27, and Peculiar Char Acter deserves a More ext licked Nolice limn have span1, for hero. There is a singular and fullness in the life of a Lomholdt which makes his death in porn but is a slight held in High and j in Lecounte regard As i i is i admirers every Havo become accustomed to Tho gradual it Montion of his physical Frame without As Soniat no Wilh him any of intellectual Derby. In Lis Library an import Shablo statue should succeed .0 his personal presence and Ivory Sceno should 10 preserved unaltered is a shrine to which Lov ers of Misuro nifty forever turn with in Jelph i a a Myrica 71, Liems Clvis have not been us forgetful of unlit rights and sir Monsos Mout Liore who notwithstanding his trans Alpine Zainc is an Kii Slishman is now in Jinn As the report Senta _. C of Llie lews in Kingland and elsewhere o in Leredu with the Pope for the release and return to his parents of Young Kil Jour Mornini so fur the Mission has been it signal failure for it latest Accoti he had been unable to nil with the Pope though he has Lour times made formal apply Chilion. Or. Kussell the diplomatic agent of k Fig land has every Endeavor in further Llie ends of the jewish his position is a Peculiar one be has no real diplomatic authority. It is supposed that the in Iro desirous avoiding any Lurther agitation of a matter in regard to which their previous action had excited such a Sloan of Hidvigi Tatios. The Rigi us festivals Alu ii dog passion week were mentioned As accounting for the inability of the ibis period shall have passed the will he pressed Wilh renewed vigor and it seems impossible for the Pope Ned Bis counsellors to re fuse some As a of he Mort non affair. I at Tai Neil has been in in , under thu regulation that no Christ Good a Good Road is one of the surest Marks of civilization. In the Days of Koine s greatest glory her ill Nancu was everywhere seen in thu Noble Roku Slaid out through will parts of her dominions. So now in Bunline till Europe an-1 above ill in England roads keep Pace with . The Savage Don t care for he jumps climbs threads his with his tribe ind Iii re Gradless of convenience safety or pleasure. One of the greatest i jew bunks to life in a new com try is poor roads. We see no reason Why every Community should not feel it their a nov to Weir interest and their Pride to make thu Best possible Highway and to keep them in Good re pair. Would Hoot save them much time in Pas sing to and fro much Wear mul of harness and carriages much dlr Jiining of horses much impatience would it not promote their own respectability and enhance Llie Emu end Llie Irica estate As Camita and railroads by Clit the por life sketch of the new Yolk 20asd of bkoker3. The Ili a Tiyler Letyr o Iho Chris Tian intelligencer gives the following of a visit to Jii l to the new 1 Ork Troker s with a Friend thy Lioard of brokers is Worth every pastor s visiting he would Lind several of his to lion there and would be surprised to in j Dille really a inn looks while in is six they Noirl from what to while roaring out "1 bid Ono Hundred for the lot seller sixty the minister might few lessons in of Nummy too for of All animated speakers i know of none Why can surpass the Hoard of brokers when a car York Central in under discussion. There is still Iri other reason fur a clerical visit to the pinot Mia of this Stock that Board room is thu House of worship let Many i Man fur six of worship so intense that he iinds it Tion of a state through which Huy. Run so do j Dill cult to his he try fran Good roads affect the lands in tit in neighbourhood. To when lie enters clod s on lilo in order to make a Good Road the thing of first j in unit room is his Bufor Mainton s shrine lie Bivs Down and whatever to inv be ii Tui Nile to is certain to Render a Siu is paving a Avo when his heart Lions t j the Altai mighty Dollar. Importance is to give it the right shed Ding water. If water lies i the Inieke in warm weather Tia Yure to make it soft and then of course to produce nits und mud holes which Frow worse and worse with the use of the read. I s Norl line to i if it lies Llibre in ice is formed from the than there is in a merchants or top to the foundation and when it Breaks up in agricultural convention but it Larn unlit Uil paving. The Road becomes like a liw Iru worship Gold with a More ii is Plain that the track should be of Eon vex shape sloping the Middle y to the sides. This track should be not less i went v four feel wide with a Gutter on each Side no one foot deep. And yet the very common practice of the pm tire and sides of thy Rajul every an d Ping the lop soil into thu Middle of inc Trade j Allric Tiomi and a More into Esq Devotion they can Ionly worst ii thir goil. 1 a la try in Troidl s where to not go far to it film pulpits in which the very minister has his i Lul in the sacred desk every word he tutors is to thu Toni Kari in Ivarol they meet in a t of tie Way Hall Back place in in order to Turnpike is inuit a objection Akle. J is Dill cult to gel into or out i Aladdin s that soft Mucky soil enrich we us it is by la in the lobby arc and do pee. To Wasli of the Road track is much More Giitl Ibl. Lor i m l Busy lad Olio is sending Lele Gynns fertilizing gardens or mixing in the compost a fit be Lur Gratis Mission to Inston i Hila Ihan for making solid turnpikes. It wit ubi i m de p iia and Ivi Jimmu tie Pale take.? Economy for thu banners mid Garden within in Young my Henry hints Tiiu Liy ers to cart Oil this Good soil and replace it i to to love Hundred much gravel or hard subsoil. Alil rth has been put into thu right shape the track May Well ivc a layer of Small to Hubli stones or Pound. Cd rocks for u fou idalion Giitl this shut lit Mirov ered with gravel. In order Lor Ake sum carrying off All Anler from Llie foundation of i Inu a. It is sometimes Recomio Dud i i to s j As we enter thu dined Ruom Are a stud by a Proir if voiced to and about Ono him i my gentlemen use inhaled unlit anti Purlin in j in is tvs or Hall. Each Man has his he sit until some Call of a new Slick Liim info then lie runs out toward to rent. Cion u Drain Lengthwise of inc it Niu a Tho middy of 1 Hakin Bis linger violently die track and Plant Large Drain pipe Al inc hot loin. The ditch May then be filled up Small cd bbl St tits. Such u Road think would Al be Alvy and Limi. One great defect in Ninny roads is the imperfect manner in which Sluice to .ivfiaix1 and engross the track. If Marie of Good Pfunk they will last Jow rears but Stone Well Laid Are Mitch Bilter their Linin Dation should be proof Ngai isl Frost Ijar i 11 Lake you a evenly Jive that s 1113 seller thirl3 du.3 a pm aging a score of excited men All Sli Jiuu Nuj t Igi thur such Short ejaculations As Tho us it is confusion worse confounded. I Uulu clerk to Witch All the bids Ami after horrific by Calls Oil thu need not say that to have d Road it till to the ivc Sidcot a Well Sala Rietl of flier announces a new Stock. He will Ca la Stock to with no bids but the moment Pilgri the Wade and others1 who Are i menting strikes it Cleveland Ohio Ami us i per inducing the whale Bone members of Llie us Bireme court of Ohio to interfere with the which the United suites marshal of the Northern ii strict of Ohio has Over the bodies of certain convicts for res ruling Tho Laws of the United filial. We sii3 these traitors Ami All others should referred to the decision of the supreme court of the United Stales in Tho ease of that Wiscour sin Aioli Monist Sherman of. Booth in which Case the precise flue lion came up. The follow ing the most pointed paragraph or rather the most important As bearing directly on Tho ques Tion which the supreme court of Ohio is to de cide Hattman or Jim now before that court although it is the duty of the marshal or other person holding him to make known a i proper return twins him in duty to obey to hold the prisoner in custody under it mid to if in the Piatt Titt or Tif Ither and in is ill s int a nol tit Lake the Imp Sutler him Lobo taken Defuro a state judge or court upon a Hareas Corpus issued under state authority. To or Rourl after tbe3r Are judicially in 1 form cil Hal the parly is imprisoned under the of Fth in blvd states his any right to interfere Wilh him or to require him to be j brought before them. Anil if the authority of u state in the form of judicial profess or otherwise should attempt to control the marshal or other full Iota a agent of the United slates in aii3 re 1-mract of an us dress by in. Kun. Irish no do inc it St. Mary s Hall tour Lington n. ,1. My children upon this devious and eventful and the Roar of a Nicks is deafening Tho inn to Ilu Klock Hoard is a crded Atmil whom we need not name his Fame world wide. While the bids arc Miido tin Workings of his countenance remind is of Lii Iii Gliadin in thu a Loibiso Lii i selves. In this Way Home is stripped of j Rales. That such a reason should Beul Sanctity. In this Way the Fri Nulu Lowi in some weight we admit but cannot allow it Losse freshness and is frag Nncy. The we ill responsibility. In april 1850 Man is no longer what she was made t lie it there were is Miles of Road in 1100. Hillier help ii it for Man. And Man ceases to be what god designed him partner Lur prop and her a Fradd. During tlu1 present Strile a Euven the fun Cost Puiul West lines of Rui Wuy the line is Tisco in Tho Clov Druid Myers. To six to Dol that mid thu Dill Urani Eastern there were is Miles of Road in 1100. To Miia thus Iii rising Llie length nearly one Fiordi and besides giving to the Road the and of an Independent for thu entire distance hooking it nil thu Points in in Case wit to the belief that there is some important decision at pits Burgst holders of Pittsburgh Railroad Ponds will to this Ndoc below whal will put in the following from the the companies it the service . Us understand however that upon each of these i ii important suit of our Ink f o., citizens of tickets is printed thu condition goo d for in Rimini is. That ily of 1 itts Birg to right hours now any such condition is i re it tour urn inheres due on Bonds issued by this the mar fast . And is of ill put to i Lbw my tons to the pretence for the insertion of this condition j vote them the trawler buys his ticket with lil enquiring. Lilt subscriptions air m for How Long it is u is sufficient for him Val lilt they were nude occur dog to to know that the Money he pays is the amount Linn macs him and the right he in i result of Llin trial May Up thus not the Privily of carrying in his pocket i t have a ten inti tour of Pask Hoard with words upon if hut the i us Ami those of to himself carried Between the Points named Tho f list Al Fiicuhi-nvill.-. Thereon and that without limitation As to time. Lwy u " Ali it proc filings any other Rule would be oppressive to the traveler f w Joco Dii a or tin cast in Wilh new be in supreme court. U i re gang in Ilin 1 Iurii than it was they should be. It is Valley , Rui saw jut n few Hys since to published a derision made Maul r a Timil Lead upon this Point by .1 Kel Craft in the slalom of Ali s City in which Scro aft Lerl against Central Road for Vej Friol from Tho cars Ono who Hud purchased with u condition of limitation upon it had not Coni in Otwe Hin Winlun ihi1 Ticino Pix Nii court us the United is exertions by or Julg a. 1 a will by i in o i k lev leu ii Nii

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