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11 Sep 1856

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 11, 1856, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne by John w. A times. Fearlessly to advocate and defend truth and Respre Iiene error. C at ii i la it year. Volume 17. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning sep. 11, 1856. Numbus 2 Philo Rumsey Corner of Broadway and main streets fort Wayne 1kd. 18tb.l85s. 20-lf. April 17, .1856. Proprietors. retail healer in of Orff , surgical instruments . Fort Wayne co., apothecaries i cau1qun Street Wayne a _______________21-v Amis. Brickell St Waud and surgeons save fun nil a co partnership for Pic practice of Medicine and surgery and can be found it nil hot engaged at the Artif fic Upu Cornero main aug Clinton opposite the stale Bank. I fort Wayne april 3jth n by and counsellor at Law fort Wayne ind. Q3ica on the Corner of Mainland Colhon St. A clerk office Joseph k. Edgerton and counsellor at Law Tutti w in Styffe. I Jed. La Kratli Caln mid and collection of any part Oft nil Lunn. Str Ontic Indue Raj Turc cup uni attn . Jan. at Law fort Wayne i.n_0ild i allow s attorney and counsellor at Law 1 i. We 1.1. will Iltchi Lily ims Lilcik b u Itu Idun i Nir Mui Liu Luna j Burnt Hun Lllan i fori Wenj lie Allen Lla Billmi. Unit . a fac for. Ai Toncy mid it 1 i oli.1 tank. A Mullind to Orni Orrin Jiff be blah i lie Jiny Niimi of Pun Luis i u Anil and i iia Luil Litlie in Itury Purl of in l Iana. A Lorn Jet in. Furl u Riyuo. Lluisi Riidu. H. Fun Ali. Kiwi . Ii. W Fly Ilner u. Al nov Kronn 1. U. .4 0. Jill Wal. Jua. . To it t i. To i. Is Iuit tiry. Let i people s ticket. At paita Belphia a the 18, 38. National for preside it col. John c Fremont of California. For vice president William l. Dayton of new Jersey. Electors Fob the state at Laege. Samuel a i Miketi of of Uyette county. Jwo a. Hunu sucks of jct Lorsung Ulitt tact elect Olts. Just District Janfu t. Dubree of of Boa county David t. Laird of Perry 3d Jamks , of Jefferson 4th so d. Howland of Franklin David Kilgore of do Lunore 6th h. C. Newcomb. Of Mari ii 7th Vav. 0. Coffin of Parko Stew. C. Wilson of Tippecanoe 9tli Danifo d. Pratt of Cass 10th Josie Irh. Mat Nikii of Elk met Lith Milton s. Robinson of Llu Dison for Lite furl Ivai Jae to Ita. To Yahnah h. Philley. Like he smile of b Joniner Light. Like lie breath of summer so Metli Rowcli Home with its quiet Baoy hours fair i Etrat Busy Kiaunia kist and Hope of Ninny Oft for Buchli their Sivit pants Housti stator Hannah i far and Faither though we stray stray from Hose we so Well yet Swecia True. Long doth gently of t he and Noble he.irl9, quicker loved than any. In King thought that Neer do part thoughts of Bibl i Hannah 1 should my 1 be be cd r so i it i Kinu and Ruc. w in Infin of a b Bill Lintt Iki Jjo of. It Vei co them . Lobo Illihi r ill Iii i j . C j in Consu i ii Lii no my Dicarl i n or ii in. I. Son9.vornon t o i i i Vallur i uni i find l , i. I. Lorn by and Tjui cullor at Keiit opry i High. C. S. S m it h m. D Suko Kok and i a Siciak. Moroniti Tor Marly Liy dirt slur and , Uii Tri Tjie Struliht-1 slice Ami Pear Nellcy. V o it t a v Jav w r it surgeon dentist i Ort j Lor , Conlinn it of Public jul Ronac. Ollic Ever Sla Jile Portl n narc. 11155. Of Kiv voila attn Louisville on Linnon Ndour Stone Ortli of com Ulm c i t v ill 1 la la s Tau 4-1 f by Ibert a Lett Nufer Turffs and it Luile smile Dalci f in boots and shoes Avo. H i act. Oft to. Constantly receiving work us our Orvii and com. of. Sell St prick. I _ a Falls Mcmakin. Bellamy pc i Makun loll this of Jvn. 2. Your to a hotel did us Jan 4. N. P. Stockbridge sign of emf. Book. Bookseller stationer and Kusic and musical instruments. No Fra. Columbia Street. Knur Wank Ike. B. W. Oakley tin Sheet Iron and Copper Ware ka.1columbia , Wayne in. J. K. , a m ii 1 l l o r p 1 s o n Folt , sell ask _ i y i o a 1 i Rilik t Forward Imp commission j. C. Orff Sulail Ili Ali in in dry goods groceries Queens War glassware cutlery no. I Stu kit ind. P in t i s in k v a of it Neil Oil l a Tow Avail upon ill Olio my Ravo c i with i tic in r in y n. Fils of Wlllie Iii ill Nurt Donic . In. to he they More of a Hon Tor , Linin in the ice Focally Correct Ilir. new Livy to i 1 i i in ii i n cell in the for it open Blu Suni no in Jan nor this flu a Slit Horti Tuii a of love in the Bonnie lift Kur pit in ppm in water or a Ilia Peru ice the. Inn Burin. B in 13 this a pal Babis we have already stated that the Jamini Atria Tion had sent orders to the u. S. Armory Springfield mass., to discharge All the workmen employed therein about 210. Tho pretence for this act was thu failure of Congress to ii Asj the army Bill. It was one of the Puli icel Doil Pes of the administration to make political Capi Tal. The following communication appears in the Springfield Rcpt tinn of Friday so Riku Field aug. 28, to the editor of i. Yoa that the War her ottoman site most i a Maui Uil Fidiah. Col. Fromont offered tas Nomina Uon to Raity the would t Taco it. Hon. Go. C. Bates formerly attorney Gen eral of Michigan but latterly of san Francisco made Trio following highly important statement i in a Public speech at wednesday i list. We invite for it the attention of All honest democrats. We quote from the Detroit Tri Bune Hon. Geo. C. Bates of California in Trio course of his Pocci a made tie following important political statement when he Batea was expected to Anil for California in August 1855, he was persuaded by or. Palmer of thu firm of Palmer Cook co., Bankers of san Francisco to remain until october when a and col. Fremont would accompany him or. Hates postponed his departure As desired. But when Hie time fur departure arrived col. Fromont although his trunks were packed did not but ordered Ilia to Tho metro Politan Hocti l instead. Tins was in consequence of the Fol Wing fact o of. Floyd of Virginia Hail just arrived in new York City for the special pair Pace of in interview with col. Fre Mont a l he of Tomt interview was tin maj h item on by Floyd in behalf cd the Parry he having advised wit i its leading North and South of the Nomina Tion the i Rhu Disney. Lie Eaid that party wanted a leu a in of int it Ity and Olio Fremont after listening patiently and Erin submit cd to separate interviews and knowing the platform he was expected to Eton upon replied Eliut while deeply sensible of tie Distio Tion proposition made him and fluttered by the promises it extended yet with my opinion of the repeal of the Missouri com it by Jim be impossible for him to in Uranin uie proposition. Is considered that repeal an infamy i Ritua of Friy hid Faith and should Nti Ier assist aim Many the act and its Audouin. Col. Fremont planned himself impregnable on thin position. Or. , being cognizant of their facts communicated them forthwith to Hon. N. I. And Lien. Henry Wilson of Massachusetts and they came and saw col. Fremont and to e at in Brief the result of that interview is consented to Lead the hosts of Freedom in if the people cd Otid toll him to Poa Tiou All this Cleiv Eicr Iolj. If Cor Eclov recoil sir. The graces Appe ired a of the Many Ulio Livan the following among other resolutions inc while1 Cau Kasstan race to servitude for the passed i purpose of giving a Liberty to the african labor i such occasion the Vetora resolved that we recognize the institution him i Kaa Humann the Hon. Miss Lydia Kan Kwacha of slavery is already existing in the territory recommend to slaveholders to intr Ducc their property As fast As possible. Raold that we of lord Protection to no abolitionists As settlers in Kansas Terri torn. I of poisonous booksellers re t e i ii i Loo Jimi l . From appreciating or using to any real Adan and miss Mary Pitman wore invited to Midur Tage ,1 take the responsibility of that of flick but the i 4th. To arc about to treat Tho secret and Back ground was in Subtle emissaries of Northern hate the Dis Sci unions of the Bride. Rouck the resolutions declared the purpose of the pot to submit the question of establishing slavery to the vote of the Peop but to regard and maintain it As already existing and to afford no Protection to settlers who should deny or contest this position. They were adopted also it another Melotin Whitch cud on the 24lh or june inc another held on Tho St of july at Stock Bridge. About Tho Samo societies or or Strickland ups in were recently inc a cd in Mobile in other Worda to arc about with All djo politeness and Gravity to turn Ahcin out. 6th. We Ore about to Jet our school teachers from Tho South and to overhaul our school so Hal there will be less Bunker Hill yield at Mill in lie id by devolved the honorable part of giving Nway the Bride his daughter. Or. Bataan a i pro dial to bribe or. Clay. Tho Wshington Organ of this Atli spanking of or. Blair s Lale Lelier in relation to or. In .v.uklul, w my . It 111 Iii Bill us ilk Buncombe and More of Jackson and Calhoun in Chason o attorn it to induce Jackson to buy to Unnic will formed in the i _ 1 to j f n their pages. Or. Clay by a Cabinet office closes foil own Gih. Wcarl about to our Southern pop these Cral Eto Lumens of or. Carl Orbov in. I ution at Home to resist absence ism All f un.-, on tie any Litile to subdue thu pc pie of out upon niely hypocrisy c would All be i Pite willing to be discharged if the it Tim i Selarge at the same Lime the in Kai irjary. A a Mort hat is very singular Loo no orders were sent by the administration to discharge Tho hands at Harper s ferry or other Southern a Mories. To what lean shifts will not Licodo Ibin resort a hat Ajbai ctr Mossit. Writing from Tully county Missouri says i saw yesterday one of the greatest natural curiosities now extant Snake with tvo Heads one Al each est Trimi by. The body is about two feet Long and incl irs in diameter in the Centre. The e is will formed Large in the Centre und gradually to each end with two acre were formed throughout the Sute of Mia our sinews and strength and allow the is. Nicoli Bourl embracing Large numbers of its citizens and having branches in other Sutin of which was to extend slavery into Jordan Davidson who was n Ine Ember of shia in ciely testified under oath before the commit Lee Hal he was first in the Lodge of Tho order in tie latter part of february 1354, at 1 Lasant Hill Cass i Bod been Lold the society exists in and Hal one gentleman told him to belonged Loil in this shows shut there was a systematic organized movement in and Vance of the passage of the Kansas ill by the slaveholders of the Southern slates and especially of Missouri the object of which was in or. Davidson s words to extend slavery into Kansas territory us Well As Tho members were obliged to take an oath that they would labor for the Extension of their of operations was to collect men or Anzic them and Send them Inlo is territory of Vole. At to licit secret meetings their arrange omme Cui tyranny of Trio North and in originated with Jamea Bucu Nan lha or to establish manufactories direct Trade he was the sole author of the plot to Purchas. of our own. Or. Clay by to Buu let i. Ii. We Are about to extend our territory gain Gen. Jackson s consent to it and Wai Olas hotel the Astor House the metropolitan and your other Public institutions to support themselves. 7th. We arc about to liberate ourselves from Tho commercial tyranny of Trio North and Endeavor to a Stablini and Foi Sill. And facilitate immigration Mothono portions of it which require it most to absorb Mexico to pop Ulac Central America to filibuster Cuba and to reclaim Cal Fornin which was so disgracefully lost to the South by the Compromise measure of to. Old. Wcarl about to Root out every Traco of Massachusetts or new York policy from social and political assert the Liberty of thought of speech and of worship now utterly unknown in the North and in revive the liberality As Well As chivalry of the revolutionary Days. 10th. We Are about to Bear no Marc North Ern insolence whensoever we May . Jackson. Or. Clay or. Webster Perfin t in respect. Bat the most to witness Ivas its towards compares Ilia bomb tongues out each raging Mil my do Ihl Ujj a in flt charmed Inu Jer in be famine Bounty Trio testimony no Jii diet the prisoner wan htrijii.7. And turn hard in the Troia Ria urination. To Little Tho Iteld judge who Minlu Jib la in he i Wennin Giljon to prof. O. J. Wood co., of St. Louis. It will be seen that he certificates from pontoons of the highest Caractor to the merits of his pcs tort ivc. From positive knowledge we Are also enabled to Eay Tinl it is in every what it to be and we nor Hesi Tate to the finest preparation for the ecu ii und hair which Hus us fur Hcan devised by it arrest Ness and restore to the head its human Isrealene original of natural and Glossy hair and when the late Trhas been prematurely linked Wilh Gray we have seen in like magic restore the colors of youth and health. The distinguishing properly of this we might truly say miraculous a Linn it gives to Iho person who uses it the Samo head of hair that they wore in youth Laius acting in strict compliance with Tho rules of the first and greatest of All no on who has used it will hesitate to unite with us in this Tes Lii Nony to its Peculiar people s of find. The after we shall have offered Spain a Price for Cuba far beyond its present value and this shall Havn been refuted it will then be time to consider the question docs Cuba in the Yasaei Sion of Spain seriously endanger our internal peace and the existence of oar cherished Union should this question to answered in the affirmative then by every Law human and divine we shall be justified in wresting it from Spain if to possess the Ostend cd ecu Gree or to any extent prompted by of the Emigrant Aid society. The e pretence that this was so a merely the plea of men conscious of driven to Tho extremity of inventing an excuse for acts which admit of to defence. N. Y. Tima. An honest Xan i View of the same Der Jot. Trio Assumption that we have a right take the action from another nation its domains because we or the Iilo i is Brond that Pennsylvania has invariably g Ven her vote to the democracy Inch is nol the Cense is to seen by the following exhibit of her 1740 the vote for Van Buren was u3.fi6s. Harrison har Rison s majority 348. In 1848 Casio Taylor Van by Iron Taylor s plurality Over Cass Taylor s majority car Neil a due i Man in this City Whoso fit Ork consists in hordes has a novel Way of preventing cons abcs from levying on Hia property. Ai one Side of his floor is chained n fierce dog with rope enough to Enamor him to guard Hilr the Entrance. A the of her Side is a Savage Benr. Which has Chain enough to barely reach the dog. Between tray and Bruin it is impossible to effect in Entrance a certain fat Constable found to his Cost after walking a couple of Miles Wilh Hia attachment. a Seaman should put about every time he encounters a head wind he Certai n by would be a Long time in making a voyage. So he who permits himself to to in filed by and verse circumstances will never make headway in the voyage of life. A Sailor uses every wind to propel so should the Young Man learn to trim his sail and guide his bark that even the Adverse gales should fill its belaying canvass and Send it Forward on its Onward source. Them is an abandonment of the honest n minute Zimm which cat. It. Way out in All like improper Iusti Inorg Ofle Rcd on Limp quid become Ino Gnu err of evil to Vuc tic Justice to or. Clay. Gov. Late Horti n would convict him of tins corruption and this injustice or otherwise dlr. Buchanan would m a note in his Bandit Ritzig and vied Hie or. apply to gov. For information on that question will James Buchanan now a Cleaso my Thorsr Crecy and Ichim tvo his testimony a Terr never he Darr not Well there a no occasion for it the Damn ing proofs of Hia hypocrisy Irea Whorf and injustice arc now collated compared array re and presented to the country the testimony of gov. Ocl Char could Only make More apparent what is already established by those incontrovertible proofs and tie jury of the country november next will Render a verdict which will at once and alike vindicate the Honor and tha magnanimity of Clay and Tho truthfulness and the sagacity of them in someway which will against the Renulfa which must Orcen warily Naue from Neil Rel. S Vonc turned into Orchards the Tiet of Juno Ami Parmi Tkv to he Erna till the fruit is a Good proc ration Inci cart by destroy in Tho Wormy hit Nio them no Man in the Moon. The Ruluf k toil not liar to . Wild Reejo Cibos in Iowa. The Burlington in Hawk Eye of the 13 Henys in relation to the result of the election there there is a new move on the political chess the Par y non now re Iuo cd to the last resort the Saddest and most humiliating expedient to break the Force of i Hsinlo feat. The moment Iowa gave her fur rec dam the Slop was no who 1ms rerun by tin Ever made. In Iii Nam. Its to in Jan. Us Irit in height win now Elisii drily m in Jim to no Lusht very or Tull it Oulu be so with a i Jim i Cal of Ili Mir fico u orc Cim Terri of vol Caiji s. Ruck. J Pulli to t and Nia sacs of till Robt. . J o j no on had no doubt i hut if such a Huilt line is he it re j then in Wurr Puu the of the Moon it Mijc i at Tom him poll into n Nanto j of und that Jesus of trim 1 jul such of Tho Liat Nril him 1 i tin enter it find of i. I ii time i t Vrr of Iny Ini ily if no i Mills Uii Lii i Iii a r Jumi. No turn. J Jere the Ouri very indignant anal j ordered Ali 1 i. To Pijor Lui Olhorn line of to Iii Riih Ilii. Pc Culibr Myrtli Provo a Tafurt Siun no Votint Plancy Itiat. Boone Cua Ini in i. I twin l with Nimoh would be rendered by Ihssen i unit is Tol of a Yund citizen 1 y in Iii court. Fth in d a us bul 1 dual t have a Cui to 1 he nil he com it of t orc Friend Anil i Bop it i Sci it whose find Ivi cur ship Conj Yed As your la Nam a i Unkn in the Small favor of a Lonn it Ivi y i. Ii ruin i in inv to i lit pm. Harr this Ivy us Tancous Mner Niril in Ruments. But there were no signs of habit-1 f a i you hav scions Buch is no of architecture remain to show that the Moon in or Ever was inhabited by a race of mortal Enni Lur id our selves. H presented no Appel Nice whirl could irad to Tho thai it contained an like Green Lif iils und tie ver Ilure of Liis brain la in world it there a i incr n a it or Loo Lici it ill sail j hot. B. Rattaff toe he the i we have heard the f m . And in Hal has heretofore been in party in very t Roin Glim pc nil cred fat lost lesser is no Init to Swul Lugii . Crone. The fill inc pro slavery in party is Eliout to nil Tojal is no of All Wani an Aoanan Nancut 01 me a Chest a character which our Hasar inbred. To to provoke Liotti Lipics by unjust Assn options would be to sacrifice the peace and character of the 3" the Duel Between Flor. the mis Souri Democrat nil or. Ray Noills of is. is we fought on in Inland some whirly Miles Sinith of St. Louis Alondan and reunited in room n s being wounded in the was unhurt. The difficulty which gave Ria to Tho meeting was amicable abjure cd by the seconds of each party withdrawing Oil language n the other. In proved scientific Ameri can gives a lengthy description of a new style of Carriage which runs on three instead of four tha advantages arc Aid to be that there a no hindrance in getting la and out and that the vehicle can be More easily and shortly turned than Tho Ordinary four wheeled pm atone which it is believed invention is Jet lined to Ripe Arcede. A the party Hal has Roni Mittl Hart Iii in a of lion slavery i . Tie Leader Nin nil Ilie i ill Iurco Nice Lings i tin Riihl place and will won w noun Ilie Manip i when intend 111 Border laves they will he Reu Jilin the of repealed lie that Fremont is o Lolly fur the Voles of the Ings Lor Tillmore. Budi Qinnn a overboard. Jut Tho Albany Knickerbocker very Ain Guilar affair occurred in Llic court of general i Scioni at the last term. A woman was brought up and arraigned before her own brother who wan on the Bench on tha charge of keeping a House of prostitution. The brother sat Molion Lesa and Pale in Marble bit Stern and inflexible u the roman father who passed the sentence of death on his own Eon. The woman although old in critic Aud lust to shame was so overcome by the scene that on reaching her scat Ehe wept burning tears. It waa a scene thai in rarely and we Hope never the Cep of like Mir to nov ii Iii. I duly it Connie. Pic restore. Nal. .in., now to a Clave y of More political influence with the democratic party of Ohio it one time than r any other Man in the state. Hinca his 10 j pc Salon for Trio Republican nominees and tie Grent principle Uliey were nominated to repro Flint. A no urd Nui v Demou Straton in the right 1 in 30. Disunion out and Jour an Intel Echt Echo what must he done to conduct a newspaper what is necessary for a Farmer to Assiat Tom. What would give a Blind Man the greatest what is the Best counsel e. Not Tiofio. Delight Light. I liven to a Naticc of the commit the greatest that cry is the arc you not to nod a top pendent of Money pc Tco of conscience ui4 Home i a cot me will not bold Tho furniture and sumptuous mansion but if god to there t i Kucic at said Little Uret Iii a win do Yuu Call this brai Iii no . Muc us the Eky growing Liy Bro in r my said the Acene , Tatlier was in a big Jonm to this Brook. Told me when i saw this feb War i fit tit think of him and so Cit Lar ear Euto nor Sisters friends from him i am i do not knew what t run think of i the i Tell old her grandmother Tom Tat of whom Flower May remind you Ever Flower in them Nadinw Farr pram every i us for

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