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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 2, 1856, Fort Wayne, IndianaBy John a Dawson fearlessly to advocate and defend truth an1 Al Altok. Volume 17. Foist Wayne Indiana thursday morning oct. 2, 1856. Ats2.00pkkybar, number 5, Philo Rudisky Cornet of Broadway and Sutcli fort Wayne ind. Jan. 18th 1855. 20-tf. Ril 17, 1855. Proprietors. Wholesale and retail dealer in also oils Dye Woods Glass Tussi Cire Sirg icel this leu Ninnis con or Columbia Anil . Fort Wayne j. D. Wer Dews co., druggists apothecaries Calhoun , fort in Maiva january 24th 1855 in a drs. Bricke5r Styli Ward formed u fur Tho of Medicine and surgery and Ctm be found at Ull Fri mob not engaged at their of fice on the South haul Curi prof Muir und Clinton ii Iii april attorney a incl counsellor it Lite t Olar Wayne hit co Tiitu of Muffi and Cal Bun St. Ami of spot it . K. Edgerton m p n 1 Toiv a c ii it Wjt Juk. Urn. V v -im1. U Cut to 11 to land Ani till a f funny part of 1 Tidi Nikii. I ii to i i Lenlon n n a it i i r rot a tar inn Olin Roll Jan. By a Law fort ind. Office in Odd fellow s building Callioux islet we. W. Cars Oist attorney and counsellor at Law of to net Levin the Wilt Lush i by Illi lion i Mcdonald Profe Ironto f ind Lynn Len Mlekon. Ocra lir. Tiv attorney and councillor it Wal be. tend to the Collel Cimon orc Iriny of do Bra the of ii Inch Pur Choncoff end cd nil nation of tit Len in a no part of ind int. A., Fli Maltlon Forl not. A. Lure inn. aunt s. Luann i cling a Siviy turn. O. W Kwong w hyklop1 h. Meo Hoeh Alix. Or Mif j. A c. 0 jail Ciotti. Vricic on Gillioun is Jami try p. attorney and counsellor at Law fort Wank. Jami try m. D. Skokon and i Hys Iciak. Ice in lift a Ort i formerly by do slur ii and Vood Wurmli Pic sunt Mcl Ollick a i Ruhr Calhoun Uli Eulalid t sri Alley. P i ii t w a v Jav 10 jul ii. 11151. Surgeon dknt1st, Lorl Iii. Poll Lor 1 Iron no Tidlun non line l n Nie Public Pil Radnage. tora n Fitlirniry-12. Piss. Joliesr Brown York b a sit Hros of c on ii a nil and Tor ale my his new Stone building North of Mann Lemr c i t v i i by in s 4-lf co., frs find to Lynli a till in boots and shoes i Root Ohio. Conf tally receiving work of our own Ami Wlinich we mall not in Lorn Pirth. A joint 22, 1035. W5l.l to incl Lair Usu us Uruu la. Iiuu.ikrn-. Ubl.ua1wy, Lila Ulissy Mcmaken and Jom Mph of to pm cogs 9 Avo. In. Slur it opposite the Manhattan hotel Una Luar Jun 4. By. W. Kew a Ottov. Jut. P. Stockbridge big of Tuk Hook. Do Kelter stationer music and Hun ical . No. Isl Colu Teliin Kutait a ant. Imi. B. W. O Ikley j s Wev or tin Sheell Ron and Copper Ware s Ware Columbia West foist 1n1 3, a. Hill a m. Okim Sok Hill orb1son, ins aka Wayne ind. Jit w. a y a o a general f or warding commission merchant. Four Wayne. K goods groceries Queens Ware glassware cutlery 3 Jones i Loci Columbia Street fort Wayne ind. Dentistry. _ an Oppi . In Wii la Dijion nil who Miry favor him Wotli the for . of Noti Ichlen Tomlin Wilt in Ltd ail if Doii in Ilii Illint to i d . Liry Cocci run Jurf of u in Liliola a Rinilli in Jarl uvlci1 1 Hollis Ilc i it of him Rulli to common wll i Trio Teeth filled with care and Fidelity in . I Ort in Ymir april 5 people s ticket. Wolff stated at Philadelphia june 18, 56 nation a s Omi Natl on. Foil 1 Thesin Sitti col. John a fee most of California. Foil vice president William i. Dayton of new Jersey. Electors for the state at 1aroe. Samuel to. Pauker of in Fille county. Jno a. Iles Miu Kwh a Rosmi inst duct . 1st. District Rajus u. Hatch of up incr county. 2nd Citar Man of Floyd Jno d. He Plaku of a Miklin Styli Davuli of Glt h. C. Kun omit. Of 7ui a coffin of i a lie huh c. Wilson of 9th . D. Phatt of cow Lola joke ii ii. Of Kumim a jul s. Uni Iiron 1 f ill Lith whig plat Foeh. The Ronti Odvil whig convention met us bal Tim orc Aid., on the 17th sept., inst., 1800 in which tue Only six slates wore represented and presided Over by the lion Eimi okd dates of Bio. The following resolutions were presented by sex gov. Washington limit of new Yurt und uni minion by adopted he Solace that the whigs of the United Stales arc Ussin tiled Hen by Revere arc Tor the Consin tuition and to Tiu National Union and u fixed i to do nil in their Power to preserve it for themselves and posterity. They have no new principles to announce no new platform to establish but arc Content broadly to rest where i hair Furcran airs have rested upon Ilie Constitution of the United status wishing no safer Hoffher Law. Its owl that we regard Wilh Ilie deepest anxiety the present Disord tired condition of oui National , a Puri Imi of lieu us Unity Rev aged by civil War and Marjre a actions of our population embittered Liy Mutual recrimination and Irace these Calam Ilii b to the culpable neglect of duly by the prose in Valiona . Resola that the government of Tom United Stith b formed by the Conj Naclion of political Unity of wide spread geographical sections materially in a Jimmie and but in their Nodal and in Mesic Tjit any cruise which shall permanently army these sections in political Hoa Limity and parties founded Only on dim inc Lions must inevitably prove fatal to the continuance of the nation no Union. That Pic of the United states have declared tin fundanic Antii article their political Faith Ihu absolute Isicc Eunity of the danger so clearly discerned by Iho pulpit of his founded on Haw now become fear Lilly real in the agin tin con Vul Lakinjr the nation which Muni he a retled at once if we would prior pc our Union from Dimmit inner mint am the name of Arm Hen from being blotted from the family of civilized in Trionfi. Thai Lull who Revere the Constitution and i Union must look Wilh ii Hirm Rte the Pur lies in the Field in tin present presidential to in Nur Hern Sintef and the other appealing to the passions and of tin Hanii Ihorn the of either of Iho fat Clinus Iii it add lentil to the name which nov Lirett left wrap our it Rii interest in Otie common ruin. That Only remedy for an evil ill inf it to Fiu port the candidate pledged to neither proof graphical dec inn now Norri eyed into i tical Bill holding both in just mid a Juil regard and thai the friends of the Union thai Tuich a Candi Tite n Milfird Fillmore. Jet Tolve a thai wit bout adopt referring to the pen Liiri of the Purly which have already detected Ali lard Killmore As their Ean Ligate we look to him As a Well tried Ami Faith us Friend of the Constitution and the Mii Inetti alike for Wisdom mid firm Lis Calm incl in relic tem imminent becoming i rent and i Liliy Teni a . Jair hit Levolion to the Coti Miculion in i Tiu spirit his in the but beyond ill these Ai tributes of la intr the neither of the two Seei Unal parties now Hon if for political in Premsey rss Olat Tii thai in the pc Send exit Eticy of to Lilian a we Are not called upon in iliac Wihs Hii Bordonale questions of administration in Oxer the Powers of governing edit. ,1 is enough to know Ihal Rivi a Var is am the Union in peril and we pro Saint our Titi it i it Nersi oration of the kill More presidency will the Best if not the Only Means of res Orlup peace. Avow of thai we Rodin Fly approve of the Tom Nalion of .1. Douel Roii for the vice presidency Jim As a Nai Unal votive Piu riot unit bully Devou Dlo thu Cunt Ali Lution and the Union. That the spontaneous rising of the the country their prompt rally to the support of the highest nation to Iuler ests and the spirit Here displayed sufi Cinelly Ull Osl the of preserving Aud re in Bijj Gratin or their party Liat a National Wiig committee one from each of tin mutes be appointed the president Wilh am Dorily to any fur i la a Coite Liuti and of in e rally pro Mote an Elle Civit of the parly the states. It Sittia to that these resolutions be published find respectfully Solun tiled Ity conv Enciu a us an Adi Iress to the people of the a Ultra the Rekula Tiuis were a Iii i.-. Vith in l and Ulo pled. Arrival 0? th3 heat Liia ship the Pride and boost of Ilie Anu rican Mer Clint Licet not Only on account of Hor treat size and Beauty of Model but also for her unsurpassed sailing qualities has arrived Back Home after an absence of nearly two years Dii Riny which Lime she Hari been employed to Gether Wilh a number of Oiler american hips of All Sixes in the French government Trau Pori service during the War in Tho Crimea. Some idea of her capacity May be from the fact that on one if her trips from Marseilles to Kamiesh she carried -107 cavalry horses for whose Iho ensure length iwo Between decks was partitioned into stalls Linsider Over troops and the provisions and forage Peceri Sriry for the voyage. On her return trip from Seha Stypul she Broi Iglitz to Marseilles Over infantry besides her own Crew and a Lar Joe corps of Cooks servants and waiters required for the commissary this Loo Wilh her hold full of of great size shells baggage and Tho necessary water and Gyorfi h01i. 2dwahd bats3 on in a recent Speed a before in Kohl line of so Louis Hun. I Evvard expression i to the following creditable sentiments arc told to vote for Buchanan to Detent Fremont us Iho ejection of Tho Laiter would Lead to the dissolution of the Union. He oils to fifty thai Southern men will dissolve tin Union in the event of fre Muni s election is Slunder and a calumny on them. The Union is Stahle and Strong and will remain so let who will he elected. There is nol one Inch of soil from Tulinn Sotu to the that is in the political Norelli or in lie political South. The Union is welded und bound together by the lies of Tilhod and Kindre ii a till will come out Unser it jul d from the Ullrey trial of the rom Irir from the Cincinnati Guzell. The Terri tubies and South and the democracy. Cumulative testimony. Forcing Tho Issue on. Pic in a former communication i presented the crowning acl with some of its circumstances and incidents in which the Northern democracy stuck to the Black hag of slavery Extension and became subject to their Southern the facts and proofs there presented slip wild con Vince All not Given Over to a reprobate mind of the great fact tis my aim to tub Union of the democratic pm Voty Hohtu the Kex tension 1 Abr South. There is much accumulative existing Anterior and for showing and other arising Anterior and confirming the main fact. I now propose to take a Brief Survey of some portion of that which went before and prepared the Way. I derive my information from the Sec Ond Vul inc of or. Lenlon s thirty yen a in Hie and shall freely Avail myself of his language. Or. Calhoun s resolutions of 18-17 went no further than to deny the Power of Congress to prohibit slavery in a territory and that was enough As Long As Congress alone was the Pijper to be guarded against but it Beca Uio insufficient and even a stumbling Block Evhen new Mexico and California were acquired where in the opinion of the Ablest jurists and statesmen no Congress prohibition was necessary because to Weir soil was already free. Here the dog ii of 1847 became an impediment to the territorial Extension of slavery for in denying Power to legislate upon the subject the denial worked both against the admission and sex i Lii i gave Rise to n new Dogma to fit the Case of the transmigration of the co Stilu slavery part of it ictus the i executing Over rid ing and Over Rul Iii r All the anti slavery ii Kwh which it found there and planting Ilie institution there nude its own Wing and maintaining ii beyond the Power of eradication either by Congress or the people of the this Dogma was thus broached by or. Calhoun in his speech upon the Uregen territorial Bill in 18-18 rut i deny that the Laws of Texico can have tin Elf ent attributed to them that of keeping Lviv Umof new soon As the treaty Between the two countries is us Ifird the sovereignty and authority of in the territory Accuu Ifni by it become extinct Mil that of Trio United states is substituted in is plice carrying with it the its overriding control Over All the Laws and in of Mexico inconsistent with in the same speech or. Cash mar attacked and repudiated the Dogma of squatter s Iver. Eighty. Of idl the positions Ever he i hold that which claims the Power for them the people of the territories or their Legislatures to prohibit slavery to be the most and proceeding to exhibit the Absurdity a its Chiiko quenches he said the find dozen of squatters would be come the sovereigns with full Dominion and sovereignty Over he territories and the conquered of Nam Mexico and California would be come the sovereigns of the country As soon As they become territories of the United it Iten vested with full right of excluding even their or. A Tilhou thus concluded this speech on the Oregon Bill now Lei me nay senators if our Union and system of love Rumen Are doomed to we to share the Fate of so Many great people who have gone before us. The h la Torino who a some in tin e Day May record the events lend no in an Palarni Smih result will devote his lira to Chr ordinance of 1787, in ind my Ai t and its nut Horti Havu been the first in that series which led to it. Hin next chapter will to devoted to the Compromise and the next to the Prem it win slut there will it Miler beyond. 1 know not. H will div tend on what we May Turfie the three nays or. The of 1787, which win voted fur by every slave state then in existence the com Romike of supported Ity himself and the lower of the Sottili the Oregon agitation of 18-18, of which he wits lir sole he was the founder of the opposition to free soil in Oregon. Hut the historian will have to that disc dim the Union Iii that historian May have to relate that a ourth did it mid our from which or. Recoiled is he said it not be Aiti my Ted destroying the Weare and Hiir Mony of the Owa Rilet the close of the year 18-17, or. Louth wrote a letter to n tin Mither of the Egin Liture which furnishes i he key to a Lork tin whole system of policy in to the shivery agitation from his taking up the in in to the Date if the Lelh a find Ihen ii Fier. The was in in banking his Oji Inion ii to the Slep-4 Una ii lie Liik ii to Stu and Llu rights of he Snulli and was written in a feeling of per Sonal Confidence to a person in a condition to Alee then for Publ Ica Fum my subsequently published Lor u particular Pur this letter thus i am Norli with the tone and views our letter concur entirely in opinion von express Klinl ins Luad of shunning we ought of court the Issue with the North on the slavery Nie Stion. I would even go one step fur i her ind add it is our duty to Force the Issue on he North. We Are now stronger relatively Hau we shall be hereafter politically and mor ally. Unless we nil the Issue delay to is will to dangerous indeed. It n the True pol by of these the who seek our destruction. has been my opinion from the first. Had the South or even by own slate backed me i would have forced Issue in the North in 1835. I am of tin that it the South acl As t ought the Wilmot of proving ii Means of Mccoss Biilly assailing us and Nur Peculiar institutions a be made Iho occasion successfully asserting our Equality and rights Liy enabling us to Force the Issue on the North. Something of the kind was indispensable to Rouse Anil unite the South. On the contrary if we should not meet it As we ought i fear greatly fear our loom will be fixed. It. Would prove thai to have not the or spirit to defend ourselves and our the forcing the Here so frequently used is significant and of ominous import. It now carries the mind Din it by to the e when and the circumstances under which the Missuri Compromise was repealed. Then was the Issue forced the North and found in favor of the South. I u another part of this letter lie says this Imp Ca Siou i would regard any Compromise or adjustment of Iho proviso or even its defeat without meeting the danger in its whole length and breadth As very unfortunate for us. It would Lull to sleep again without removing the danger or materially diminishing so that while proviso in Lii by the i adorns Box which filled the Union with evil 7ind while it was to or. Cull Uii and his Qirici the theme of endless Xmas by cherished As a Means of keeping discord und forcing the in sue Between the North and the South. After unfolding his plan for protecting the South against the aggressions of the North which consisted in u series of retaliatory Meas ures which would be a flagrant breach of the Constitution and practical disunion he says there is but one practical Dilli culty in Trio Way Ami that is give it Force it Wil l require the co operation of All Iho slave holding slates lying on the Atlantic cd Elf. Without would be Ineo Clive. get thai is the great Point and for hint purpose convention of the Southern Stales is . Hint he railed anal let it adopt measures to bring Butil the to in ii Ilion i would for the the Oregon Bill eventually passed in Mutigli both Houst h Witti the anti slavery principal of Tho ordinance of 1787 embraced in which greatly excited or. Calhoun. He exclaimed the great strife bet Veen the North and South is ended. The North i i determined to exclude the property of the slave isomer and of course the slave Holder himself from Sis Verrilo by. On this Point there seems to be no Divis Ion in the North. In the South he regretted to say there was Home division of sentiment. The effect of tins determination of the North was to convert All the Southern population into slaves and he would never consent to Enlil Hal Dis Grace on his posterity lie denounced any Yoti Thern Man who would not take the same course. Genl Lumen were Greally mistaken if they supposed the presidential question in the South would override tins More important one Tho South is bound to come to a decision not to permit its it go any lurch or Bill to show that dearly As she prizes the Union there Are questions which she regards As of greater import Ance than the the crowning Dogma says Ulm. That the Constitution goes Ofil Selto the Terri lyrics without any act of Congress and executes itself so far As slavery is concerned not Only without legislative Aid but in def Iancu of con Gress and the people of the territory is Tho last slavery Creed of the Cut Huun school and one on which his disciples now not Wilh any Barren foot. They apply the doctrine to existing territories and make acquisitions frown Mexico for new applications. It is impossible such conduct As any tiling Clou As one of the devices for forcing Ihu i Suc with the which or. Cuil Idun in his con Liden Liui letter to the member of the Alabama legis lature avows to have been his policy i ecu 1835, and which he avers he would then have effected if the members from the slave status Hud stood by the last Days of or. Pulk s i Vijole from or. Bunion were witness to in i ominous less limn nightly meeting of Large numbers of members from the slave to consider the state of things he and was declared to be the test upon which Ull depended. The speech is important As the last that or. Cuil Idun Ever made us furnishing a key to his conduct and that of Liis political friends and us connecting itself with subsequent events and measures but the limits of this article will not admit of extracts Fri i it. Or. Calhoun died the Bill for the my Uita Fiuzi of California was taken up but Hia principles did not die with him and the Trot question which he had Trucl Nimrud remained n legacy to his Frimu they Touk it up and cherished it but were not Able to defeat the Bill. Immediately upon the passage of the Bill through the Senate ten of tic senators opposed to it uttered a protest against it. The grounds of protect were because the Bill sanctioned and gave Validity to the in author Zed action of a port Ion of the people of California of the new auntie of Bubo letter from Al. Fall Tucic. in non k. T., sept. 10, j85g, sir at Ninny versions of the Kansas difficulties reach your Side a Oren majority of which Are taken from pro slavery papers and Wilh Otil the least Shadow of truth i have concluded of pit Ion of a Uhl place strongly and ably Advt need the Hon. Fillmo to the presidency and Tho Hon. A. J. the vice presidency und Wherry Imp. A Vii lard thl or cont us Hue demo erotic candidate for governor of the stale in diam did say that if a u Patrick was to great a liar in in Anunti us he wan in Indiana Oug to have been Hung Long ago therefore it Sulo i that we the Friend a and a troika of a. O. Putrid do must ii Carlily und fully c remarks calling me an abolitionist and Gro which created deep prejudice to by which an odious discrimination is made me in my n . I found in perfectly. Ugains the property of the fifteen of the slave j useless to reason with my pro slavery Brethren. Ter Siml give. A events deign and depreciate the base Trenti Meixiu und its far As they have come under my of Surv Tiou. A a j commenced a correspondence with the put Nani Ijan Nei Hist Spring but after Jet tend conc louled to discontinue writing As one or la u of them found their Way Back to the Terri tory. Kex tracts published in the pro Shi very Prizito Here Donn Citory editorial ttl-Inderou-5 of . Willar.4. Whether a. G. Patrick or not it does the of thy Fakir i of a. P. Who Ford from the foul Centi Izenta Row tried that if lying qua an offence Pun to Sahlu with hanging that a. P Willford would not now. n candidate for governor of Indi resort Tiit to consider the t of a. P. Us the emanation of an in Patriot Olic heart and cull upon the Pillmore for the purpose of excluding Ihu slates from the territory then enacted into a state this government in effect declares that the exclusion of slavery from the territory of the United states is an object us High and important us to justify a disc Garil not Only of till the principles of sound policy but also of the Constitution itself. this conclusion must now and forever protest As it is destructive of the safety and liberties of those whose rights have been committed to our cure final to the peace and Equality of Ihu sulcs which we represent and must Lead if permit led in to the dissolution of that confederacy in which the alive holding states Nevers might More than Equality and in which they will not be Content to remain with less. There were other grounds of a robust substantially the same with these and in whole a Wordy amplification of or. Cal Houn s latest perfected Dogma of the Cryn Sului Lional transmigration of slavery into the to tween the North and the South to show the i Turies of thu United slated. J Hir prof is grims signs and encroachments As they were signed by senators Mason and Hunter from called of of the former upon the latter show j Virg Butler. And Harnus do from South smile from the incompatibility of their Union Ami to devise Carolina Tun no from Tennessee i ensures for the defence and Protection of the Louisiana Dave from Mississipp i South. Or. Calhoun was at the Bottom of ibis from Missouri und Morton and Yulee from movement which was conducted with ext nor Florida. avoid Puhl icily. None the from thu iia Myers of the slave but slave state members were admitted. Al the first meeting a committee of fifteen or. Calhoun it i hair head was carved out of the fifteen to report an Adda so to the slave states and when they Mei or. Ca Juuti produced the ready a which Wilh some modifications he finally succeeded in getting before the Public As the voice of Southern members. From the the address opened thus Stales in 184 j was not and was not intended to be an empty threat it was the forerunner of action Ami regular Steps for the separation of Shive from the free sales immediately began under it. An Organ of disunion entitled the Southern set up it ton established upon a contribution of 1 negro Wun shipper but a free und unmitigated scoundrel. Such i believe they actually received for i f have Polit ical enemies in your state mean enough to re sort to such a Mode for revenge and too cow ardly me in any Ashur Way. My life has been Cun Sunlly in danger since i have Ucen in the territory a. Spotted character and More than once threatened with it coat of tur and feathers for daring to Assenie the Posi Tion of a Freeman and Nutting More. You Ciui Thi right of free speech in your slate but f dare Nur do it Here m it a have Loire atoned and More than once drawn their coals to thrash me because i have said that Ihu territory of the United states was common property of the whole Union and a limn from had As Mii Tih right Here us a Man from Missouri. I do not think naturally i am a Coward but to Luein a pro shivery Leigh boyhood in this territory am compelled to be one. 1 have scarcely dared to to my friends Lei alone keep up the correspondence i Coli ii need upon my arrival. You have not least idea of he injustice Dune the Frau suite men in the territory especially in neighbor hoods where the pro slurry party have anything like a majority. A serf in the Trtol kingdom of the Obj lurid a Moi it a i ecu Man than i am in Kansas. The commence men of the last difficult Zeij you have Learned Long since. Patience had ceased to be n virtue Aud Lue fret Klate men were compelled in self defence to break Dens occupied by a set of who did but lie else than pillage from free state men i of the Southern manifesto and j stopping wagons inking loads of provisions and their ardent adherents its daily occupation to stealing i a ally believe in the Laal we whose ii Imma Are Hereunto annexed and inculcate the Rule not Ages of disunion to promote there1 have been Mon than five Hundred in Rhea you. In the Dischi Irge of what to believe to j it by inflaming Tom South against the North Nicaj Howes stolen from the free stale men lie a solemn duly an most Sulg get to prepare it by organizing u Southern con no territory and by inn who Call them Vrr prawn Tail to Lynnr . We allude i action. Velvea Law and order citizens armed with to the con net Between the two great sections a disunion Conci Itin Mot it Nashville United Siatan Mut Keis but really More of the Union growing out of a difference of i this convention assuming to represent seven i limn militia use Vav commit Visioned by the act Inion in refer ecu to the relation look decisive Steps so far Asil depended governor. The acc Ounla of Lue Breitting fueling and Opi Between the two race Siho self towards a Kepu Juliun of the . Ami the african which inhibit the Southern it invited the assembling of a Southern connection and the acts of aggression and encroach two Stales alone responded to that Iii ent. which it has led. The conflict com j Paru Limi and Midkif Riippi and men Ceil not Long alter tin acknowledgement of l e Legislatures of these iwo passed Truk in acts our Independence and ban gradually increased la carry in into Ellecia. Until it Hart arrayed the great body of Tho North Pine pages of the to gains the South on this Moril vital a of two or three of these Dens noon spread for and Nezir. Peaceful pro slavery men were rep resented As having been driven from their Homes their properly Stolon and their houses burned. Extract were indeed from All the pro slavery prints with such exaggerated accounts of every thing that in waa but a few before on Hilf by the leader.1 10 Mink and Aud Exah i Ratu the River who followed unit and it Wita bul n the of uie n. 0 Delta give the readers of thai Buchanan Organ the following encouraging piece of Tut Oriya it is no Randy arranged in the event of most ? election or a failure to elect by Uio poo pie to Call live of South Carolinia and Georgia to concert measures to withdraw from the uni a by Jurre fun most can get posses vion of tic Jan try strings of Owern Muziii. Gov. Wise is actively us already in the mutter. The South can rely on the president in the emergency con Lemp Lilied. The now be Whol Hor the people of the South will Fiu Etam Thor ii Derd " this is a presian j the pro slavery. Disunion Fil bus Luis of the tag Valur with the Preo Taix Aud leading Democrat Ltd at look Union the election of an an a vent very Likely to inc place. 2 Showa in the i icel Placo to keep poise Iii Ion of Power they to by Force the will of the Ruiru iritis the rns Orr i Tracu Cea of the Stormy half civilized of South America. Shows thai they Are already arrange aug the Ping Amnie fur Nuchin wine if a prominent actor in to bal office holders in two or let Roc Southern slates Are ready to join that the president of the uni Ted stated Given it Aid and and to Pat Iho army Navy and Treasury of the Federal Union at its command. And 4 Nurto that the ring leaders in Gri it Cuil Spirich Antwins Luthc liberties of Tho re Public have very Marioth mirth in Nga whether the of in to i Oitto Ishi Tju fir letters in such movement. Now we venture to assure Ihu Leaden of this nefarious plot that if they tire determined to Mahe in in thu Tiu a Wil Lirui Ftp i fifths Laital site ready to meet Thorn upon it. It in tin fit of our gov Ern Manl. When a political parly in Power has threatened to resist forcibly popular will rather than relinquish Ortico. Hut it in n Eon liable to occur at any if it occur und be dodged or towed Tugo Nhu wild never have a Poa Toful Elk Clion Agni. There Iri Only one Way Tat Raat hitch movements or that in for the people to Pul their foot on Thorn. If Success Ful once Lime will by repented. If tried onto and promptly und properly rebuked they will Niver be heard of the genl Mai set of the people of uuile4 states Are Loyal to the to obey Alt Sis requirements and determined la he for they lilies me were Well mount Union but without Benefit others were upon immediately and the slavery con Tention Rayed More furiously than Ever. Hut Pant or present encroachment i and a grew Weru Loo Light and upor Niiha to name a Tii lion. Spinel Hinig More Sti Rinir was wanted and Lor Tyml purpose time annl tin it tit re mid were in placed in the abolition of slavery in Tho Stales the emancipation of slaves nil Over the South the conflict Between the White and Mark races the pros Anition of the while Nice As in san Domingo the Whites the slaves of the Blacks such were the future terrors Anil horror to he visited upon the slave slates if nol arrested by an in Simuni Ami adequate remedy. A it it tin enumeration of grievances and the presentation of the horrors to ensue the address with such a Prospect before the Grav fit jul Rolion that Ever claimed tin and attention of Lite what of presented for your con in Lance of the Missouri Compromise Illey sex Butcheri d in cold blood Punge it. He shuddered at the thought of company of these marauders took me bloodshed in civil strife they demanded three prisoner and Niter being retained to their differ millions of to Purchase or ii for civil Camps for the space of tend is. Finally j delivered Over to the governor in Long us this article already i must add a com Ninny Wilh leu or Tuti Umi nth ent i who it passage from or. Linton s speech in in City of it Hon Ray and in erf Tirl of untied Hijii a St. Irmis on the aut of june last Given iia in Ihirg place. My terms Wen at the tension 18.10, and before it com from in and retained. The Anim of All to fenced the pies inn of slavery agitation Hud tin primers were like Cirii kept and from one been foreclosed the whole e.xt-. It of Avory of itch mind hid they look our territories lore closed by previous Lear Jshii Gold. While 1 was in Iii Chimp 1 Ali thu they tin and Congress refused to re Olimi the pies Mill have stolen at least Jilly head of horses lion by repealing abrogating Way that previous legislation. Henry a and davits Oro Dedus Roizis us Imi Tiung would do Well to Iho Dommu h of tin Firrito Nti p toward crying out Iho pro gramme Thith Hisil plunge All actors in it into a depth of infamy for gun which their a Rihm could Noi be in thou Saul yearn. A. V. Timv., the la Riposa clai1i. St Vitich Liari la Titi Anvil a Lieut col. Fromont of it Riposa Landh arid so Ninny Contrail Mclory to Rii s have Heen Pul Aimont in the pub Ali Iii and value Ami nature of bin title to Ihorn that As n mutter of minority for Pri Soiu is Imlah shipping u in to lion bul to a Rogalo repeat Law no to yet up Ngigi Alioti but by break Atli Thein Elveu. After 1 wus taken prisoner the tinn with win extent lying upon a Creek of the me name in the san Joaqiin Valley. It who i in or. A Iruin in Tho Login Kider Alimia what m to he done to prevent in Down Law Ami that was done. A Hill was prisoner the Unn with whom 1 boarded who was by or. A Iruin in Tho Imogin it is a belonging to decide. All pro Urjil in to the a Lissowin Compromise Jim slavery showed i to ivc me my Ribhi no Wilh the. In nip nil is to give you our Odilion. We upon the principles established released. For this i have since Learned he wan will Ilion in lie a Juun , then Are the opinion that. The first and Liudis tin. of the Prolet was a to be and was Onciu tiny driven whom it in i of pen Sable step wiil mul which i thing be i Tel upon the legislation of that vent and the territory. My Mink was by minded flirt s Vicen. Or. Lurkin fur it done and with which everything tie is to be United among on t n x tend Vitant pm Sitai. The want of Ami concert in reference to it Lias brought the Fco Ulli the Union ail our system of Guve Nimens to their Jire sent perilous condition. Instead of Plit cing in above All others it has been made subordinate not Only to Mere Mie Lions of policy but to the preservation of parly ties and insuring of party Success. convince the North that. You Are in Earnes you must prove by your arts critic Isle of n .1. ii _.1_____ _. _ i. I 1 tors Long Ron lira is. If u should not nothing that you hold All other questions subordinate to it if you become prove yourselves in Earnest tin North will be brought to a pause and to a calculation of l s und that Miry Leid to a change of measures and to the adoption of a course of policy that May quietly and peaceably the Uvee the Twose i would Rem Iii for you but to stand up immovable in d Feuse of the rights involving your All. As the of suited i ii i stand justified by human and divine in repelling a blow so dangerous a Ghoul to i and resort All menus necessary for Hiat pm impose Mir assailants and no a cult to responsible fur the exclaims or. Keith of South Carolina in the House april Issei the democratic party at the North has been Cut Down in the Light. It passed through fire und Waier. H has come Oul cleansed with whitened garments. It is now Strong enough to do Battle for the the signed by , of mis Souri Hunter and Mason of Virginia Rashoun and Hutler of South Carolina he dues of Koote and Jefferson Davis of Mississippi Alabama Norland and seb Istian of Arkansas and by Twenty seven Southern members of the mouse. On the of March 1350, or. On Linen Bronchi into Senate n written speech elaborately and studiously prepared and which to was too weak to deliver or even to read. U was read by or. Mason of Virginia Al his request and was an amplification and Montt Minhyun of the Southern manifesto of the preceding year and like ii occupied entirely with the of dissolving the Union and making Oul a Case to justify it. Tho opening went directly to the Point and presented the question of Union or disunion with the formality and solemnity of an actual proposition As if its discussion was the business on which the Senate was convened. Tho admission of the stale of California with her free was the Causo of the speech. Tin 1 . Of in Ftp i twi of m. I ,1 scially upon the memory of or. Clay who had taken a prominent part in Llinat legislation. H Wurf assumed Liy the of the repent lire that Legisla Tiomi Iho principle Nuu wit i slavery in the Torri lories. In was an Assumption u to Iii it. Contrary to the d by re corded history. The principle so far As any principle could be established by negative action was exactly the contrary exactly it the slavery git action by Willering or repealing any Tow Liat h d foreclosed the subject was the Prin Ciple declared in the platform of is Iii. And Ohtis the pretext Tor the repeal of the Compromise Xmas just As unfounded and gratuitous As the act itself was Depler Uble and mischievous. No citizens the authors of Hal repeal Lind nol justification Ihu condemnation in the legislation of 1s50. And tin further pretext fora Bud cause requires in any pretexts and even contradictory icons Idlene that the com Promise and void is just As gratuitous and unfounded and align Molly Cottra flirted by the previous conduct of its authors All of whom Are upon record in votes or in speech 1. For the Validity of that Compromise up to the time of the plot to destroy it they had voted for it in the Oregon territorial Bill of the California Bill of the Minnesota territorial above All in the Texas resolutions of from him broken a pc and n Gold watch and stolen. Many other free stale men have la l ii treated even worse than myself. Num Bers of them have taken Refuge at fort while n few have made their escape to this place. They were hunted Down like wolves. Many dead of free state men no lying u the Road tid trails from this place to i Ortli City Filhol Down and by pro slam Ely scouts. They were being to a place one. Man just arrived in town horribly wangled. Me started Greece. A letter Munich of August says negotiations opened since the arrival King Olio in Are actively proceeding. Independently of the three great Powers inter ested in the sell i mint of the succession in Ali throne of or Serif Austria As n close restive to our a Lavarino Royal family takes n Parl in these negotiations. Tie Obj dirt. Of the recent inter View at of the of Havana Ami Greece to Conn to i relative to an identical dec turn tinn to id to the courts of croat Britain and and in which would be slated the. View vat and intentions of King Otho Wilh regard to the adoption after his death of a Catholic Prince As heir to throne of Greere. Prince Adalbert of Havana Vith ins , tin Infanta Amalia of expected Al Lunich Early in september. Will then make known by a Public Derl nation the inti Prince who is of for in Greece but. Has raised impose in th-1 Iii sovereigns of thai to in of f i City in Coli Penny with three is. It Init of them were snned. They or Laken about fifteen i from by a pro slavery guerrilla parly who shot them All Down in cold Elmul my Alier Robling them of we it Little Money they had left Vliem for i 000. I never seen tin place and it now nothing of its character a value. The Purchase was vide a Ili Furnita was coiled to the United slates and lung before any Gold had Beon discovered. 1 Hud always intended to Ninko my Home in tin country if possible arid for this purpose desired a foothold in it on. My return Lotho country in the present year i i idled the place in. Company Wilh or. Corrie Bir. A food. And several Oiler gentlemen and for the first time saw Tho land. Two thirds Only Uro Tulip Tod to farming on the Oiler i hard Goll was Din covered and we went to work to dig in out. So soon is it was known that we were there Bui becoming to the fume place Ulm to the Many Frontu a Linus acid persons Luitt been regularly employ of. worked them freely no after a few hours one of them tin Light by nor have myself Over expressed to any Ono or entertained an intention of interfering with the free working of the mines at that place. I re of gird the chum lot in Mari poem in the same sufficient strength to gel up am eventually made his Way id this place. He must have no flared dreadfully he four Days on Road without either food 411 water. The Bull entered one Side of his Check and cume. Out fit his lower j Ivy. No loss then Twenty five Mur Ders have been committed by these radios North of Kansas River Nione. At present writing there Don t appear to he much of a Prospect for a general Light the forces thai c it about six Hundred in number have All left the Gen. Lane at the head of -150 men marched to their comp the other tiny but Tho Sec Androls i gloriously fled is did the men under Al Chiffon at Hill inv a. Is Well Forti fied and nil Ihu forces Hal Rait to raised cannot taste the place. The new governor just arrived. What in will do remain to be seen lie certainly t be the ass now Tho position. Old Oss Ivy atomic drown As lie parly him not Doad As reported. He is now in town. He reports thai at the engage ment it that place n Urek ago to Only lost four men while the miss inns had Lluria Uvo killed ital u oui did. Man wife Force amounted to Only Twenty seven Toneu while the were three Hundred i shall write again in a Day or so yours respectfully a. C. Patrick1. Fillmore men read it Selnt Otiis Werro us any Ollit it qua a pure Frau fairly in ado and i Havo fish Posod amt it float future time the Validity of Tho claim would i a Edcil by ilm proper courts. I Tan anti ask d to decision what Thor fax Othlo or Oil Htu ibo nil in the my to the is it is now from to nil who Hart the Lusty to collect child car id of by a 3eatt. Trip of for Frt in nigh its Urru Rcd the Villa per of it shown on saturday lost which Cru so far to Croato interest in of the pm Purv life. Just Iio Fure Bunish n child five old was in the presence of its Molln Ilia a full Hoar in Taptto of in risen a uis and Fli in Tiplic. Uio Lphr Litorin Iho thick tuft. La iria Wale Yix in find tin int ii Wilh guns and other a cupola of gift d Sony Ching the hut up in Solhi Iii had Hern find upon which a Conj a Tiro Wilh ref Renox Lou Fah. Liengh Are Quitt pm Only in thin mag Thor Hooili. Hut Titis the finst instance Xiv Here human life Bikih Heen Pic Rifice by them they had Fri justly carried of Fetock from the Corning up is in this Case to tie door of Iko House. Mitnit wow trip Naif. The Early fronts in this Reirson thrive Don much drum Toji to Corn. And Wert a few n. Re 1ml c r v l h

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