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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 27, 1855, Fort Wayne, IndianaWayne by John it. Dawson a volume 16. to advocate and defend to Louth and uepuehe1vj error. At per yeah. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning september 27, 1855. . For. Attorney Aud Coli incl Lor at foil w i attend to the collection adjustment or s debts the payment of taxes tour Ems land and of titles in any part of in 111 Huffert knobs Forl a a song. H. Mccullock atom j. U. C. Jones 0 Jonasa. Orrick on Calhoun St. , fort Wayne pose Liis ignorance his Folly and Bis from the reports which reach us from 0 parts of the country we Are that t productions of this season will fur exceed Tho of any former year known by the annuls of t 11 country even in proportion to our population any Given time. This being the Case it Misqui ,1 natural for produce dealers to have approve j Sions of a reduction of prices far below that a nitty years past. Tho demand it is suppose e will not be equal to Tho Supply i he demand f consumption it is very probable will c but that is not the Only resource from Bic i is to come. In All countries there exist sources of demand the one coming from to j consumer and the other from thu depositor i f Storer. The consumer s demand is f entirely to the Slang Ard his wants am therefore certain Ai d easy of calculation n the i Maud which omes from the depositor not so easily understood it. Is susceptible f being reduced to a considerate c Ria into for to c reason that he is Only induced to increase or in t sen his Denind in proportion in the Stock in to country of the Alicles in Wiric i he deals a 1 coi Hidi red i 1i the Supply and demand Abrou together with the easiness Otoc Money Marke i the demand originating front. This source we Ca the Specula ulivo Dan Init. Winch is in most Cash the largest and most absorbing w ii it continues to exist being wholly subject to to general Supply and accessibility Mon _ therefore it is Elgar that by a consideration t these stimulating causes we arc in Ible to Cor template with much certainty the Prospo Tiv prices of any parti ular article. In the Prici of la our Aii a Grain during the coming y a 01 calculations upon their Price to inndt.1 u on this speculative demand at Tho exclusion a most of the other. According to our estimate our in Formalin having been obtained from our own ohse Valio As Well As from the statements of others Wear satisfied that the pod notions of this year i wheat alone will reach to value the co Emu sum of the one half of w tic will be and exist n a surplus nver and our borne wants for consumption und subject i. The demand for shipments. Corn and the of Ltd Cereal crops it is Nui a Likely that there will b an equal abundance thus creating a surplus of shipment which produce for the co intr larger returns than Cir before la Iown. Foreign a elms of o to sales of Treml stunts Wil a f Caln latin we have considered that prices an not. Destined to i be very materially reduced fron a profit t All persons Ctm cernet in conducting fits Branch of our Trade. Tin result is made More apparent from Tho consideration of twin the Market of the in Alinn Daiichi of Money both Here am in Krope. These Large sums now lying id mini be put mias investments into which will re pit Giwner. And yet not i Rubim to Thos i ibid Tinati ins inc id Mit to tin c landing1 Progress of tin present War. Is there Mure certain biding Citulis Liichi d thar those articles which Are in Guird ii sustain soldiers d theivin. Log Ouier with the a Ieok of this coun Lrus who Laxx Ghesu from their i in latinos thus reduce l their own pro inc Lions without their Nival i j hese very i Acu Are in to Nis elves of Broil using do Mandy for Pru one. By the slim ilm thus Impi trod lit All branches of Trade Mimi Zirul mime according to tin Seru i y attached to each. These impulsive actions by increase or decrease As the War t mis increasing that speculative the maid Winch n no Irish Tunco h Dorr Nannt. It is Tho that the Supply of an Aram ii is absorbed by speculators and retained y item in their own bands from the consumer w Ini if such had not been the Cane it was tar Lemund the requirements of Man being thus , to a certain extent of demolishing the demand As a natural a reduction o Price a would ensue. Regard to the Law n demand. Ill Arntie Consi s Aro i Pirillo a Jwj to iit., As of Trio same Ai i in ilium to this doctrine it becomes Llie duty of tin1 Well informed financier to examine into i he Supply of Mimi v As Well us that of any other property Winch i May Havo under consideration if he w w bos to have a pro i or and Tri Landing of any particular Branch Olli Nusic 1. In All his and observe Alomi i will find lint the Supply of Money has More in do with tie Riff and fall of prices than the Kii imply of Tho article itself. By no other Means can a prop understanding of the Mailer Boob Tain d. To be sure it is necessary that Tho i Pality and Llie uses to which such articles Aro together with the general or special consumption either natural or artificial should understood hut oven Theao Prim try mutters Are Alle cled in the greater part by the Sipply of Money term tort to a . Try Tho of and application to our calculations Mii prices of wheat for la current year we have formed Tho conclusion that prices will lot recede very materially from a paying stand Ali Ink will at 0110 Dollar a Bushel. Ii is Iro Keble that during Tho next two Mouths the Leing or dior Leonid by Usu Lime it which spec Uli lors commence their operations prices May fall to Fri Chinn below this Standard nil Shin result will in entirely owing to the of operators with Llie View of bettor and until the Price shall be such As vill it ii in a bolter margin on which to rely. As on As this Point is obtained their increased i will impart 10 rates Toto which in its turn will to still further Tii d by Tho demands establish a in i , thus Clearing us Tho if any there shall to by inducing Large ii mils thereto. This will continue Llie no Vanl Timi Tleiji it prices until san Billiy is obtained .11 i general created by Tho Deposit Lars Leui i k i Or Siut very urge amount of n no Idle in Hutli countries and lilo i neral u Uit of i totter Means of investing it in lie Oulu i channels of Trade will Jansi if s in remaining their on hand until they re grail Nally Issem a thu demand fur Cen lung Lionil Only. Tina Bing it is cur Liu that prices will not race do but Anvil King Vivanco. Under tins View of the Case what a i Lurn of wealth Bis country will receive bring the year and with a Rotim Raniro of in present War this of Tro Asuro must con Imo to Ciure h Long As we Squill Levolo our me and Means to the Elioso Len airs lie i Are the most to us leaving out. In or Prosperity nil sinuous i during Liu two years so in Jeri girly Iii fold us. U Tus Coniku your Railroad tour Aesir in wants and not in ii in i d to expend Largo sums of Money Iii Sueh liter irises merely to build up a particular town r City Wilhour any being p till in the no the tip to and of ctn motto. It Nelv Lor us in re Milroad to Spanios of y to Supply Siock a abhors with nit s and on u Iii a to nil a reputation. We have already had too air. I of this Jyh Imis Tor Llie t in eos Iuliu. Alen during the last l to y oars Iii Iii Llie Schuyler , Hail . A in die Slock Inu iia that Thev never Ron erod what. Worn Worth Asim Iru i tin value of the Luigi ictus done i i in or its they Only tonn a lasts of i i Imti Iuis Punna supposed value o of Liili u is produced he Arl lit is t r Inyim i Mairig in their nothing worthy 1 10 Leasi in choir wild Sporn Hilion i in were Many it Mir Raspor Lahlou mtr 1 Gnu invest air their hard t irined i Nevins. Wholly those Pron Cibb a Inui their Standard Dumig Cir Liole life Many Fra a cards i and u Iii a by the or great in it in bu.--ine.s3, they had i. To in All the super lilies of wealth us they had y to. 1 "1 i i i Liat that Tel Rich you a Reudy have ill amply Sullick omit that it it certain unless Vij fill it away in in Ikinio soap bubbles. Moxim e journal of religion and humanity of romanism at marvellous. Some of its beauties As set for by its own organs will be found below Lloa and see How you like them for our own part we take this oppo Rennit of explaining our Hearty Delight at the suppress Ion of the 1 protestant Chapel in Home. The May be thought i tolerate but when , i we Ever profess to be tolerant of 1 protestant in or to favor the doctrine that protestantism ii go to he tolerated on the contrary we Bate i n Tupta Lijin we detest it with our whole hear and soul and we Proy our aversion Tiitma Ynck or decrease. We hold it meet that in the e or nil City no worship repugnant to god should b tolerated and we Are sincerely glad the ene inic of the truth Are no longer allowed to meet to aether in the Capito of the Christian Catholic Krilor Isis. No Good government can exist without Euligio and there can be no religion without an Inqui lion which is wisely designed for the promotion and Protection of the True Faith. In Sam 1 uni you ask if he the Pope were lord in to land and you were in the minority i not in num hers yet in Power what would we do to that we say would entirely depend upon circumstances. If it would Benefit the cause o catholicism he would tolerate you if expedient lie would imprison you Fine you possibly h might hang you but be assured of one thin in would never tolerate you for the Sake of top glorious principles of civil and ii cry protestantism of every form has not a my never can. Have any rights where catholicity is Wood j the Sands Ltd an abolition fusion Sheet says sex governor Wood has avowed Bis Deu rumination Tov Tefor Salmon p. Chase " this is false from beginning to end. We l have a letter before us Tiroui the old under Date of the s8th tilt., his Hope and Confidence in the Success of the democratic ticket. The abolitionists must try Homo other Man this falsehood won t the statement which the statesman thus prot ounces false was not made without Good authority. The fact that gov. Wood had Tolun warily avowed his intention Tovote for or. Chose b was communicated to us by n gentleman in this s City. Lie had the information from a person to _ whom the avowal was made by judge Wood _ himself. We think these gentlemen will neither permit the imputation of falsehood to rest upon them or us but it May possibly rebound hit the Skita Maii in the face. San Dusky Al Uke of ins incapacity for the responsible Ullic if attorney. In lining f ropes drawn from stake to stick a until the in lire Field of about fifteen acres surround i e this was a Field of in growth of oat s 1 Stan Ling up Well and which was divided in r to lots or pieced of about ii acre each by Swath icons Cut at ,1 distance Piralli with each outlier each piece Beinor numb Crew undone my Chin to each piece. A the heat of the drum Here machines started o together. J. S. Wright s of Chicago. 11., Man p died by his agent sir. Seiv la Patrick j machine , and a Nia Hinn from Algiers these machines calculated to do Liei own Maui nor Liy incl winery. Machin j rut its piece ill Twenty tour Ini noles jell s in and tie Algiers in seventy r Hoo minutes. The raking or discharging of tin Grain from All three of the machines was Hadly r done the Grain much scattered in its de f livery upon Llie ground alright s doing incl the Best. The cite no however was Well done the me Hanica of the Aulo Malor Fri Grilj Michin. Ernly the opera to a of the Nia Rhine was big Lily successful. Bell s machine by fou rent did Uil cutt no Ami gathering of the Grain in a very i neat manner the Grain was delivered freely to one Side of the machine fur the binders. After the jurors had carefully noted the trial thus far the signal again was Given Oil started three Lher machines. J. 11. Manuf a of it Cliford Iii., managed by his agent or. Maine Dell s Iii aching by Crosskill Ami a Vreneli one horse reaper. Al ii buy s nit its piece in Venty Uvo minutes hell s by Crosskill Ami tie one horse Trench reaper both failed to Eul their pieces while Manny s did i a work in the nudist e manner not leaving a single Toek ii Ngath Broil and it discharged the Grain in the most shape us if placed by band for tin binders. It Linit did ils Tiro most the jurors themselves could not restrain their Jimmi ration but cried nit Well the Reuple applauded Hur Rahed for Al inv s 1 american reaper that s the a gain lifter the jury Hail taken further notes Ollie trial the signal Given and three other in started on on the contest Hussy s reaper by Dray Moc Onnick a by Mcl Zenzic Iii hell s by Perry. Hussy s machine Cut ils piece in thirty minutes Meco Miek s in Twenty minutes and jell h failed to finish its piece. Fussy i in Chine did ils work remarkably Well clean and smoothly and leaving the Grain in the track of the machine in Good condition for the binders. This machine conceded to be too heavy and laborious for the team leaving the Grain in the track of the machine was Ini ind to be in , As it no Cox warily needed to and remove d As Fust As tie did its work in order that the machine could pass around a time yet this reaper is a Good one and May be nod to great advantage As it would Lilie by prove durable being very strongly made. Machine performed its task Well cutting a close and even Swath but the Raker or attendant who performed the labor of discharging the Grain seemed to be very much strained Leing obliged to ride backward upon the machine a one end of the reef having to reach fully across the entire Width of the Lua Ehigie with a Ong handled Rake to gather the Grain and Lay it Oil of the machine. Tie horses on this Mac line were much troubled by a Strong lateral pressure against their shoulders by t in tug of the machine. This reaper on the whole is much Loo cumbersome and heavy for in horses. However it has proven itself vast in Superior to any of the inventions Tho tin world and from the fact of ils great Success heretofore particularly it the exhibition in 1851, it elicited a Good Deal of Edmira Tiomi and curiosity. The contest was now fairly narrowed Down to three machines Manny Swright Send Mccormick Lint on starting Wright s again broke Down am left the struggle exclusively to two machines is my s and Mccormick The tvo machines were then to be changed in the presence of the jurors from the Capa Eily of reaping to that of mowing. Manny s made the change in in min a e. Mccormick s in Twenty minutes with Ebreo men. Each machine made one Cut through the Field of grass and Back. Manny s machine doing the Best of the two. Then the change was again for reaping and in the same time respectively As before. Then both machines were taken into a wheat ii old. Manny s machine Cut three swaths and with an ease of action Ami i perfection of work which fairly placed it. Far beyond any further Competition though Mccormick s reaper rut two swaths and a works manlike manner. Even if the two machine were equal As to the Quality of the work yet it was observed Lanny s would have the advantage of i ing the most compact less nigh Rosium of much Mccormick s., and i i Manny s there is no lateral pressure against Ilia horses As s also of Heing much the lightest draft mor easily adjustable to Lill cont Heights of easily convertible for the two purposes of reaping and towing. This seemed to be the Only machine which there could be urged i we could give no better evidence of the facts or. Lubic Hail upon he conclusion of the trial several very Large i Niters for the patents of Tho machine two of v Rich we i Ard for France one offer Vas one thousand francs and one of one Linn Rei and Twenty live thousand francs. We have since learn a have been made or the manufacture of one thousand of theae Nii Chines in this cily for the next Harvest. The deep Sion i report of the jury will not i published till the latter of october yet 11 1 in laurels we arc free to conf is have Bei n 1 Swingly won by americans and ibis achieve i u. In cannot a looked up m with infill Terence s i hut pm i inv foreshadows the Dusti in of the new world. Juchs. if we Are to believe the n. V. Ven ure Here is promising to prove a had ii la a firm ill w n Humbug not a 1 nil ciu1 her be feud appearance was met Wilha i null a Hince. If the in nah Iii ii 1 l id i Sivc Nii mls. T is now fur spirit and Jik radian most so Fly minting with nut Siutiti a nitty Down n Nyhl Annj i Vernith Bikih nah is yellow Hist re Gnim nil by one night s Frost with Var Imus Joseph k. Edgerton attorney and counsellor at , foot i Aflfe id. , tliost.110 Federal Conn . Vav to 5 0tlt.in.ny parlor . an Jon. Doubly Rich la i in misfit Down thu8tnuof.il Traini Niue see it in a us Iii once Brink with nil hues Hie yellow Rod or a Urple of tin Trees Tomt singly or in Tufts or fix St thick adorn the secs see., perhaps the Side fur in a with in with of Darker Green. Yes mid to Wall or in the open ii Olds and Liwer e in at hour the noon Lihty dlr j he line ins cels if the Sam wry night r to hair . Bitely 1 no h of Tim were Haku character. On saturday jiul Trif Eiula attorney at Law fort Wayne 1nd. Office in Odd fellow s building n Middle aged Irish woman called at the first police station for a trunk deposited some eight or ten weeks since and which she said contained her Tho trunk f was produced and on opening it then Rte Csc t found in the shape of n mutilated piece of paper on which was written the following Cortili cat of character certifies that Kate Snadd is a Good Domestic capable of doing All kinds of work Tel Tui ill Luik Yves an opem Tuni miss it add d eyes sparkled As she gazed on uie treasure and carefully folding it remarked f she left the station it s worn n bit and it s a i be had i guess i la go and get it Jouni in. We. W. Carson attorney and counsellor at Law Post . Co. Ali of . Rid. An w v a scare. . Proff Fiordor Law Indian Wai. Otto University. Llain Humi Forion Var Allen . Samuel Knif Decani in. Oil Cuba tank. Jan ii single Flower but. Nil in vain then rising with louder hum in a round und round his , j Stoni split. The listener flying Elk Arn t As is in bid the Fields n hit tidied to hair within the sunny i Lille full of tic punned by in Nim a Drom cml some Lull fist the Trio fort Way no times the pasting of friends. He we. I. Rarer. In parting wit i loved ones sorrow Punj Vuew a Little pleasure Ren tins for m yet the la bought tin unit True behind us w. Kuvic who though we be absent will Savul Kurult. The band Ebins but slightly the hand of the love tint Cheek still is moist with the tear of regret thy Eye dolls in plainly though silent the Longn. Friends who Honvo loved us will Ronalt or the of Tho a girl of sadness or Joy j o tin in sit of words seared Ever lire set Liu lips May not Iii lev jut Lieut Asp to Henri we will let us dire to assert the truth in the face o the world and instead of pleading Fornor chore at the oar of the St tits make the stale itself plead at the bar of the Church its divinely constituted judge. I never think of publishing anything in re Gard to Tho Church without submitting my Artiel. A to the shop for inspection approval in endorsement. Tit. I declare my most unequivocal submission u lie head of the Church and to the Hierarchy in different orders. If the Ili shops made o Leel ration on this Bill i never would be heard speaking against it but submit at once inc Mically to that decision. They have Only to Ilc Ciuc Ami Tocy aug close my Mouth they have Only to determine and i obey. Wish it to be understood that such is the duty o the Daniel o of incl 18-13. Heresy and Nohe Lienare crimes and in Christian countries As in i Only and Spain for instance All the people Are catholics and when be Catholic religion is an essential part of the Law of the land they Are punished As other c. An his Lay of St. Isis. A heretic examined and convicted by the lurch used to to delivered or to the kith a Power and punished with death. Nothing Las Ever appeared to us More necessary. One Hundred thousand perished in consequence of Ibe of a still greater number for that of John Hiss and it would not be possible to calculate Ibe bloodshed caused in anther Aud it is not yet Over. As for myself what i regret frankly confess i that they did not Burn John muss so. A and that they did not Burn . Thin a i opened because there was not found some Prince Suie a gently polite to stir up a crusade .igiiius1. The protestants. Uni uen. The absurd and erroneous doctrines or in defence of Liberty of conscience Are a most pestilential error a pest of nil others most f. Kaiv Udalll attorney and counsellor at Law fort Wayne ind. Office confectionary. , ill sit Coart decision. The and Indianapolis rail Road company is. Smith. Error Tippecanoe c. C. Of kiwis. J. Thu acts of january us 1842 p. I and of january Laws Killi. P. Gave to the Lafayette and Indianapolis Railroad company the Power to appropriate private property so far As necessary for the construction of their Road and devolved upon the i tonne of directors the duty of having the damage assessed upon application made to them in uie manner in the intern improvement Law of when a special remedy is Given by statute for tie taking of private properly in the construction of Public works that remedy can Only be adopted with instruction to dismiss tin suit. Ii. C. Gregory r. Jones and Haird for Tho pm infill. Ii. W. Chase 7. K. Orb and k. 11. Drack etl Lor the defendant. It Kaki i Liere is a Good Deal of Point in the following paragraph which we quote from unit paper the t rank lord Coin. Moylim Nuh among the toasts drank at the dinner Given to Tiv. Powell it f Siville was one to Henry Cluny the bold and eloquent advocate of civil and religious tins will do pretty Well a company mainly composed of the lenders of a parly which by calumny excluded Henry c a from the presidency he so eminently in served and pursue. 1 him to slanders. to know whether the old democratic who cd rank that Toast but who a few years ago were accustomed to denounce Henry Clay As the embodiment of All iniquities personal and political private Public regard themselves As slanderers then or hypocrites now. Of a Mcl Titi of it. N. Circuit Caltry h Ili Itu Man for Case of Colt is. Michigan Southern Railroad company wan be Ore the United slates circuit court yesterday on motion for a new trial thin an personal injury sustained by the on the Michigan Southern Fri Ilromi and a verdict of damages been obtained. One ground of Tho application for n new trial was that the injury happened in Illinois while the Road is in . The Lino runs from Monroe chichi fun to Chicago and tickets were issued at the Michigan Ollick for the whole route. The question of a trial is not yet decided. Or. C. E. Tupper. Suito Ejov a1v1 . Corner of Callioni am Colun Iliili o Var g. Wilson s store where he May be found those wishing his Aid in Medicine or surge ii. All diseases of the Eye treated by the most a proved surgical practice. Kort Wayne August 31, 18s1. C. S. Smith m. D., surgeon mid i tvs Irma. Of lec in the room formerly Liy slur gis Natl Woodworth a Ulm Ilic Sci Loci Aliice Corner Cul Hotin kit chetaud Virl i o k t a y Jav Job 1054. Our Puila . The fort Wayne Standard and e. R. Wilson. Par Nobile frat no. To regret Llie necessity which Somji Claus to in Nett the Man Tanc at. Tin lie Adof this article the subject of re mar in our pit per of to Day. Buttic tint Ulun conies to us thin morning in article Over the signature of k. K. Wilson at tasty Hull use writer Una Trio i in the mural Guilton an Nimir i Ceney nil i lending in tin manner Llic mix Lignori and Muni i like of tin Romm Trinity. And therefore we fwd cell of upon to Rel Mytr with the is Verity it and Enli up to merited is urn and , the real Clews men who hum Wui Loii by Natl daringly Thrul be tire the Public in tin columns of a inv upriver writings Nii leu no other Tyirin the baneful nil which would Curnc the Cicek of imy modest and ecu pc Tahle Man or woman to Blush with whome for their Thor and Winch could Kiil infarction to none except those Whoso corrupt und a Opravil Init ire Hai lost nil Rell Tih fur moral excellence und the of Uncial life the vile and polluted who and iced upon All that is filthy und whose Are of the Tyml vile and Detrude und appropriate Linauts ure Tiu ii Dort of vice and it Jyh to there moral pirates of Tho world whose influence he Irondi Chi Lino mid mildew Over co ciely unit the and have ice room and . The con lined in the or Tilc we shall puns by on Usu worthy of no ice Plienis und the whole temper of the go to show that the author is writhing Utt Ltd the just which Hilly in listed on him. And if ibo we now the probe in the hand of the Cal Lliel Iii Goon no ill the sent of his moral inn Ltd lies it May do him though the operation any be pm Intel. It w to the disgraceful and character of the article it self that pc do this upon principles of Job in policy and Becannen the press to Bojic of Vanlinn Public morals. We do not treat Luijs int Lar us our concern Only but us one in Vine i every Man woman and child in the com a Unity is deeply concerned Al it be True As that Tho press in this country in the most powerful j by irony now it work in fur Minn the character ind imparting moral tone to society in Ortuet that in teachings and inculcation and r to entire influence should Bear the stamp of a High moral impress. That such is nut the Case Vilh the paper referred , that its diameter mid l no licence is and must be bad let the articles of. C Liis Man Wilaon which we select As ski Scimens l a scr. T la treating tins subject we hold the publish l r equally if not even More responsible than in writer calf. Whatever he publishes be omes Bis own in its Public influence and he l lakes himself responsible to the Public in its " bearings. His tie run Nard then that leaks through ils correspondent Wilson. And l is that paper especially that we. Would bring n d the bar of Public Aud demand at in lands of tin s tribunal its indignant condemn at Ion. Our charges have already been pre our proofs arc found in he columns of in paper . We cannot recite them Here Causo Uliey would Delile any Sheet was of Nisi Tutch to the of the a for the writer himself Whoso in h resins to Rovel in Ytol Eutimi in closing is lust article As if startled by the depth to incl in had sunk in moral tilth and As ii a shamed of his own Rrok Lenont sri ios out r Viri on the dirtiness of my theme.1 and Tho Iblis or of the did j Irdon him. And t Only Panlo cd but son led Liat i Annn and r pros cd Bis approval too by to the orld tie vile and personalities of this Lafed and irritated scribbler a production a liar. I has not n single redeeming Quality. A do from its bad morals Ami bad temper it would re school boy As a literary production so no would Roje Cusini and ten Vyvn Umler o table in by any Odi Lorhn had ind to appreciate its he tier Al orc is wit Liuni any sex whatever for Ron Lurt doubt not n i be condemned every right minder per in com Amity nit . T 4cirper j Tinl Mav lie drs. Owen Mary f. Thomas. Of i due Kortt Wal Corner of main Neil Ca Liufu Sis. I i tic Nix , store. I Orl Onmi april Lulli 1gm. Homoeopathy. t. Mill continues to practice Medicine Devoli Bijj to it whole no Ion. Ollivi nver Hlor. N it med cinch for Sale. at William How Imi a on Jolarr he real. Kurt Wayne. Marrill is ih5s-Jii Worth has removed to bin Bonne tit Herr Ner of Clinton Ami Wayne sir cols a trolly Hack of the in presbyterian Church May he 1 of ulna when not Kort Wayne feb. 1st 1115-1. Pm of surgeon dentist a Ort Wayne for Paul i Nevorn n could Iii Al arc of Public patronage. Of litre Ever store. February 22, 1055. Be just dentistry. Yu3sh5 wit k in aim having an of Al 3f. In i out Wavah. Now Jirry nerd to wait he Iii nil Why May favor it tylors of Irrell. To Tim Palmland 1. lir a a rent Tatry fran Fri. I Inion arc it 9 . Itlen Lafr to Lluli utri. Lit. And Ilir ill Rita of i Ofili a Nilai Fiorin Hitt plate to Quai Ilion in Ltd. Len Teeth filled with care and Fidelity. will . In till if ii. R Ntni. t 1. i a. Ii. Wayne. Inst. Ix., any. Protestantism of every kind in sir in lick catalogue of my Tel tins she emigres it when and where must hut she Hales it and directs nil her energies to of fort its . W. Jimis of Llie Vatty. You should do All in your Power to carry out intentions of his holiness the i Ope. There you have the electoral franchise give or votes to none but those who will assist you in so holy it Tho Rito of Clerou Coibion. The nost ii says this morning the ceremony of circumcision which originated in ii covenant made by cod with Abraham is recorded in the kith cd pier of genesis and to which to the present time considered is most essential by the jews was performed in this City. The High priest of Boston lev. Win. Officiated on this occasion the place of ceremony being the House of the father or. Abraham Soini it Washington Village South Loston and the child being of tie age required namely eight Days. The exercises were commenced by n in hebrew by the priest who Clad in ins Sacerdotal Tooti inc fur fico infant to be circumcised was then brought in and held in the arms of in assistant who wore n Iso an official Mantle. The ceremony occupied but two or three moments und that was performed with a Sharp knife by the priest who after severing Tho Foreskin staunches the blood by an application of vinegar. The modes Operand is of a most novel character to Gentile Eves but of course cannot Well he described in print. This done the priest blessed in hebrew a aus of wine then wetting his fingers in it rubbed the baby s jaws with it and named it Jerome. During the operation of Blessing the wine the jews present made frequent responses n hebrew to the chant of the priest. The assistant official then drank of the wine and that ceremony which was conducted in a solemn a incr was concluded. All present were then no itch to n Bountiful repast spread by the father if the child. The ceremony was attended by some eight or ten male jews Ami As Many be Nales and by two or three c in tiles who. By Lecial Invin Litjen bad the Opportunity of thus witnessing a right which in the ryes of the descendants followers of Abraham in of much acred importance. The officiating priest re Ains All the foreskins and when lie Dies they re buried with him. Or. Wolff has mire than three Hundred and has within a week Deil nine to his collection taken from children n various parts of new England. A curious Case for lawyers has risen in j on. A lady was courted by a gentleman who to tose.1 to marry her and was accepted. In i id n t fulfil Bis Promise and she sued him or Tho Brcich. It turned out he Ould n t marry her because he Bud a wife living t the Lime. In answer to the suit he says a larks is Willi Nhut the Law wont allow nil Tho lady can Only demand n fulfilment of is engagement by an act Contra be question then arises what damage has Wendy sustained in not being married to a n married there is a subtlety i f casuistry suggested by ibis which the chief t Aron bims Eljdid not like to encounter and an i bit Alion was recommended. It Isa Mil which Lih Delphia lawyer might be Able to . The says a Case of a path lie interference somewhat similar to tie Cue occurring at Llareli Ord happened in that town a ays Sim. A Young Man and woman bulb 1 i the employ of or. Silas Corey were Mare by Justice Wilson and he . Coming to in knowledge of the Catholic priest i f out Rod it no marriage at nil and y or persuasion caused the to town abandoning wife who now has c Small child i., Lake care of to tie tender Mer i Lesof a friendless world. Hut for i in sympathy and assistance of some of the 1 i lie would have been entirely my probably an inmate of the county alms Boise. Alabama the. Thus figures up the party of Ili i t a Sauki Senate , Ami a he Dekin House it tire Notri , Iier Colombin Jill Luis Iii ice him Chr Olio pc Well x known Tor a term of pc Nix Tisil in int Orum lift hint Leif a have Roll Lenl in Fumi Mictl Annie it Tow in lome jul ill Nolc by any in Vjio went. N. It. Johnson. Jo1i.v j. Knox. to convey to Utu Ironi Llic i a tilt and Wil Lionil ill Elf. By Philo Ruf Fiset Corner of Hoiu Avny it reel Vokt Way Xii ibid. Jan. Mill is55. Spencir Houser a rills Well known Sling Al smrt furl the Conral uni Filc been rented and Iiah a thorough repairs and renovation in nil that Uitz to it by l be by ready to tribute und Ivo nth of hit it this Hunan Jbf gives Liim that Bis House Wilt Render a Genera to lilo Fly Olio favor Liim will a Call. He Al Lead a trial. Samuel Bra Volej proprietor. Fort get 1853. He Chicago give a Long account of Tho miser Sunderson who lately died there from a hich we clip the following Many stories Are told of his meanness and avarice. His wife was a woman who would inv gladly lived in decent Comfort but it was impossible. She died about six years ago and in first thought of gelling her n coffin but Tho Trice of even the cheapest horrified him and so he made one himself from old hits of boards. It was the custom in Norway whence he emigrated to Bury the dead in Black coffins. To would not incur Tho expense of Oil and Mack and accordingly made us of soot irom his Slovon Pic and water from the River to Blacken the coffin. He hired an old Dray placed to upon it and drove it himself to Iho cemetery followed by the family who Scro not allowed to interfere. Independent editor. Rev. Abel Stevens the present Able and pop it a editor of the Magazine thus Poi la out the course to be pursued by an Independent editor wed. Not in our editorials hold ourselves responsible to the personal views of any individual . For ourselves person lev to would not Sib scribe a sixpence to a periodical which should hold it self bound to Only received views or to bring us Ironi Mouth to Mouth such opinions Only is Are admitted by common consent or a repetition a rehash of Lur own individual thinking. To prefer Home Liing even ii it Challen is some limes our dissent. This is one of the prime rules of Good editing and he that Don t like it ind better Clear our track As soon As possible. Co Corn dealers begin to a impressed with he idea that Staple Wabash production is ills ined to come Down in Price and we learn that on facts have already been made for in omits of Corn to be delivered during the win or and previous to the opening of canal navigation in tie Spring at ill cents. There is Good Eason to believe that the incoming crop will iring n less figure than that by Spring. I Faytte Cir. Palo Alto hotel. Go Hgt Mayer Propis Khoii 7 fort Wayne. Corner of Wayne and Collumn Star . C on Mitma running to convey Musaci Igor to and t from the cars mid packets. Sept. 7ili 1hs3. Wholesale and retail dealer in s go Dink 33rttjifii intr also 1 , oils Dye Woods Glass druggists glassware. Surgical . Corner Coluni Hia and . Korl r. W. T a y i. O a on Crul Broil forwardih6 commission h merchant. Four Wayne. . Till-1 Oronto of saturday says that Tho offices if the Jovern men in tin Bee Are to be closed u the september and to be re opened in on the loth october. His rumoured that lie governor general int ads making a tour of he provinces about the time of the removal. The american Organ and Llie new Tkv re surge the postponement of the period for in meeting the american National Coli Van Lon until mini Lime next Spring the period Vav fur the meeting 1 by tile Bil Adelphia Coit Miou i a san red As too oar a. Pot.ixi-. Or of Tho Liine con cup my Nice of the Newark advertiser says i , by the win by Rovini ladle . Blini order of a Ornu Tinb is now Only m. , i Bough in s into in. A hied Olvis Ling number 1 an in , or. Lue did a to Liely Ziuni 3 i i to ,to. , t he inn orc n from the uni of Oxford 1. No i Ilici ton and. Irons to on i. Cal Tomisi cd Lotus talk Lar jest Nassor Arnonl of Mark and in nov Bluck. For can and Brown Ger Naii n Broadcloth in Kort Wayne May be 1 Romul a at Boston dry Good Storf in Verai Liary Ivins. 12, we t Alt Tot p John Broyn i1 n 2s new la a s t Sjuk cos c the hath Poinc n of i n t to which Hakso . A i 6 1 Osvin pc been i scoria in.1.1 n . Al . In v . Henry c Ollier Tkv Jov Tizor of he tile at. Zaib Yvo Springs. That in the utf., in Tor i Onri t Illius. He Wius u Nalimu of was aril 1- air taif j rated Al Bani i about tour Irne he ait.iint1 j s to Tjit Rity. Lie wart fur twelve Imi iof l 1.1 ice of Liis adopt Fri Slat Ami ii Khz recently a r i Mir v l v to o

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