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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 26, 1855, Indianapolis, Indiana Iti Ite a a Ami tuesday Moening july 24, 1855. Identity of the fusion and abolition parties. Two have the unvarying Tosu Moziy of Llu Tournoi of this City the Central Organ of the. Fusion , that the resolutions of 1854 embody the doctrines of no More slave ten tory and no More slave states. Tho Tesolin tons of this year Are the same in every Par tic Niar Mitzi the omission of a single phrase which omission Adios strength to the abolition meaning of the platform. Trio ivors omitted this boat Are these Quot into territory i cared to Freedom by that Compromise Quot of the words Quot further Extension of this is very significant As an indication the intention of the framers of the Resol Lions not to admit slavery into any of the to Littries and of course to have no More Sla states. That the platform embodies this Doctrin is a proposition not necessary for is to prove. in the editorials of Thi leading paper of the fusion . On the 11th of july two Days Lio Foro the convention the to Unmil bad m article with Quot the expressive caption Quot if ii this article it handles with severity a coir ii pendent who signed himself Quot anti Nebraska and who stated that the restoration of Thi Missouri Compromise line was the Only Prin cipro in reference to slave in on which the Iii Ioir party could agree. A doctrine so narrow As this is repudiated . Thev said m the follow my quotation the resolutions of 1854 Van far uned the Mere Resto Rati of the Misson Compromise a a. It Quot besi Iii the queston Quot of a Prois Bictory liquor Law on the very question of slavery the new party Laid Down this Necip a which goes far beyond the restoration of the Misouri compromised Quot wire up faced to the Exi Sim of this was the emphatic language of the new party last year to which it also added Quot if Wiff a Jom Terp Edile dim and in am Sorl Lyall lawful Means seek to place every Branch of Lii a Federal Chemin Entillie assert the Rig Iti of not satisfied with this decided declaration they assert that their party would to placed in it Quot indic Loiis attitude Quot by the notion of they say Quot and who will say that such taunts will not to just if the counsel of. Quot Anli Nebraska Quot should be adopted but we cannot believe that the Republican party of Indiana will place itself in any such ridiculous Fps wi---1�? Oira lie mailed to the fusion press of this stale have been publishing a against govern of Wrignt to the effect that to said to Quot would see Bell Frozen Over six feet deep before to would again Eal together the late fusion this charge originated with the editor of the e Mansville journal who stated he received his Inomia Tiomi from Niaj. John p. A bin sex auditor of state. The major in a letter to the Orleans bulletin thus nails the Lieto the counter indu Zapolis july itch 1853. W. C. Been Esq. Deak sin a on my return from new York i found your note of june 29th, 1855, awaiting me i am not in the habit of noticing but As you desire to know who tor 1 overstated to the Edilio gov. Wright said Quot to would see hell Frozen Over six feet deep before be would Call the late fusion legislature together Quot i would most Rosie it fully reply that i have not the Honor of an acquaintance with the editor of that paper and that Nevezi Lidsay that gov. Wrigley said so. When a sked the question Tibia to the Aruba Bilitz of the calling them together i May have said at the gov. Would see hell Frozen Over a�=0, but would Convene them. Trusting this a fully satisfactory i remain yours &c., John p. Dunh. End Quot but. Ii Ilion of Cuba and the Extension of slavery into any of our but if the interpretation which Milton Queaa puts on the resolutions to Correct then our Quot taunts Quot on the journal were just even by its own confession. In another editorial of the Goth of july Quot we Are not authorized to speak for the frees oilers of the state to May err in on opinion but if the rep lilians on the 13th should declare what was really embraced in the platform of last year Viz that Kansas and Nebraska Viust be preserved to Freedom and Tomt no slave slate should Ever be admitted into the Union from any territory now possessed by the United states that stay hereafter be acquired to have no doubt that the fre Espil ers of the state will cordially co operate with them provided nothing is introduced on other subjects which they cannot approve. Less bum oils in our Opinto will not satisfy them since the convention the journal is satisfied and believes the people Are satisfied. Of course the platform must contain the Jour Nal s doctrine in the journal s opinion. The demo ratio raut at Gallant democracy of Franklin township held an old fashioned meeting at Farmersville on there were from Iive to eight Hundred persons in attendance who were addressed by Lieut gov. , gov. Wrght and Hon win., Stewart the speeches were a what was to have been Quot expected from the reputation of the gentlemen who delivered them an expose of the deceitfulness and treachery of know nothing ism and its inevitable tendency towards the distraction of those relat on of Amity and brotherhood which should Chan a Terizer the citizens of a great Republic like our own. Each speaker showing that the reception of the doctrines of know nothing ism and abolitionism As now taught by the fusion party must result in a that the Effort of that party to establish a religious test As a qualification for the exercise of the elective franchise an election to Ozice was Iii Niju to republicanism and Only found a parallel in the More absolute monarchies of the old world. They held Hatok our cil zeus who had complied with the Laws in regard to naturalization and other Points affecting the franchise were and of right should be equal participants in the exercise of that franchise and equally eligible to an election to office. Religion should not be made a test in this matter. The speeches wore received with the greatest Good feeling and the speak eni were frequently disturbed by the most rapt. Rous applause. The assemblage was enlivened by music and the glorious stars and stripes of our try inscribed with Quot Union now ant Ever Quot a waved in the Breeze making patriotic heart to pulsate the quicker As it Felt the thrilling influences which that Ever victorious Flag must inspire in the bosom of the Trio american. Several gentlemen of influence and standing who last year were arrayed in opposition to the democratic party were present at Tobii meeting actively co operating in its proceed Ings and expressing themselves satisfied that the inevitable tendency of the present i Usiri movement is to abolition ize and anti Ameri canine on state. They could not consistent Mth their convictions of rights their love of country lend their influence to a faction whose principles were so incompatible with american institutions As expounded by the fathers of the Republic. Let our democratic friends in every township in the state follow the example set them by the democracy of Franklin let them organized for in organization and Unior there is strength and when the Day of Bat tie arrives they will see the Jerico Walls o fusion ism Tumble to the ground Victory will Perch upon their banners. 05-Oeo. W. Cutter is about publishing revised edition of his poems. He is a mud better poet than politician. Having been o All sides of All questions for ten Yeara past he has at last turned know nothing and ii making speeches in Kentucky we pres not unless he changes before its Issue that his new Book of poems will contain the song of a pluribus umm with the following stanzas omitted As no Follower of Sam can Sanction such heresy Quot Trio Opp Tsam of the Earth to Llma Tani Larj Al Iii by Wiio Rotor its Folda of shall be Peru ail idd us clue Vilall feel to Hli Owa Willro Ity a Micro la flan Liall float Over blk head Ana a Ione atan Sliaut increase tin uie fullness of time Lis millions of cycles Baa id i we list lilt i said that Tho do gatos from fifteen counties Sec coded from the state Council of know nothings which convened in this City on the 11th and 12th Days of july inst. It will to remembered that the state Council endorsed the action of their Dole Gates at the i Lii Adolphia grand Council enacting resolutions of a sectional character am repudiating the old National feat ivs of Thi platform of the National Council this a done however in the face of much Violen opposition As we hear a of Suomi opis Liioi As hastened to the result named above. The Blind asylums letter from mramos to the editor of the Indian polls journal. Below to copy from Tho Jour Nal a letter from . Ames in reference t Tho diff Cultis at thu Blind Asylum. As Thi letter Tho True state of the Case i Bop. Copy it. I Stu of nil. Ratio i of inc slate a �11 Diklic Bank of the Ohio Bank of the Ohio Palki located at Fishville ind., has recently commenced operations with a capital limited by its charter to $400,000.�? Sheho Sirj. Helm is president and e. L. Rice cashier. This is the first organization under the new Law which compels i Deposit of 110 Cente c cent state stocks and real esl Ito pledges of 25 cents for each Dollar of circulation thus offering $135 Secu piety for $1c0 Issue. D. S. Barnes no. C3, Liberty Street is agent in new . 3. Trinum. Tho above is a fulfilment of the old adage if you want the news of the town go to the surprised that such a piece of information should not have been imparted to the people of the St Ito through some of our paper to enquired of tue proper authorities respecting it and learn that no securities been deposited with the treasurer of state As required by thu Law regulating general banking in this state for any such As that named above. We Learned from some friends from in Seville that an office purporting to to Quot the Bank of the Ohio Valley Quot has been located at that place and that articles of association have been filed with the Secretary of state and a Purchase of some Bank in Pennsylvania has been effected and that the notes of said purchased Bank will to circulated by Tho said of the Ohio Valley. To do not know that such a course a Ould to Legal. Surely the omission in the Law to prohibit the circulation of foreign Bank paper will not justify an association formed under on general banking Law making foreign Bank their exclusive circulation at All to Hope the Issue will to repudiated unless it is distinctly stipulated that the paper will be Rodee cd in Gold at tie counter of the so styled bank1 if the Ohio Valley Quot Tho people will rightly spec tube not innate solvency of All newly organized Hanks to ado not Coni ily fully with i Quinitio of the state of the banking la p , f the journal of this City ions to know if Quot slavery is politically in accordance lies of they Lesire to know if any should doubt of ted equal. To be a right morally la the Pri lid be pm journal if they Belit scriptures to to the is do they Belici Bible to be the from god if Tho editor will lesions fairly Tho i find them. But be hat Tho Bible is the Itten therein is it told by id to enquire of the Ive Tho old testament word of god in Othet �0 All that is Mitten in truth Ami a revelation Nolya a Tho Abov Ter Tiki not Belli because abolition the journal if such i Riter will know where i abolitionists Bel Rord of god a that Vine truth. The Fri me eyed Aioli is at la Porte in ibis state that he did Shebib Letombe the word of god it sanctioned slavery Quot and Olbrei s Bave often toll the writer Thi it May be Tho editor of Thi of the Lyof thinking up Wrt id not to Case any proof u slavery taken from the Bible v Mieir minds be Good authority by so far As they Are concerned need not be Ifford in evidence. The writer would also be pleased to end Ikirt f the editor of the Junial if they believe that negroes Are equal mentally and physically to the Whites and would they the editors be willing to have Tho negro Popula Ion of the United slates placed on terms of Quality polio Icay and socially with Thi Whites of course if Tho editor of Thi Lounial Are sincere in the belief that All Mei created equal and with equal rights they 1 nerve and honesty enough to confess men Are not equal nor Are they free in to they i a sic i Kyj it and socially a to Laws should Bear Quot equally on All before they Are can to free and equal. This is an import int matter and it is to be hoped that the editor of the journal will not remain mum on the subject. If they Are speak out like men statute for the Lind. I Lier intendant of the inst made the object of i Wal tacks through tie Udas i was sorry to of so 111 the part of the journal. 1 had hot de Liat tie arli ii of Tho of f trustees Ali Pluver it in Igil let a be received by All m decisive and the necessity of my entering into a la vipa it controversy by Way of Reilly Iii to these unkind notices tie matter however Lim gone so far vituperation have by coins Quot Quot Quot in and the determination to keep alive incitement a it Eara so Manifest that 1 deem it duo to the institution the Public and myself to present at last a fair statement of Tho difficulties. It is Perhai known that at the time i Carat into the institution there was opposition manifested in some Quarter and a considerable degree of disquiet prevailed among Tho pupils this however soon Appo Irod to clip Zivad entirely and peace and Harmony Reid sued until Tho introduction of in Luis a elem Gnu in the i am about to name onabouttbolstor2ddayofjulylast, i a informed of Sec recombination among the pupils suggested encouraged and urged on by certain citizens of Tho place object Loval from the position of superintendent a regular organization for this pure use As i am info Ned on most reliable aul Prity was of acted among several of tie Feldot Malo pupils. The reasons assigned for Mio of Apo ital one of them remarking that Quot Uliey were in a fair Way now to get Ames removed Quot to which it was replied Quot that if they did there was danger that the trustees would jilt put in another old liner Quot and it answered by another Quot if they do to will int i7im to this feeling of to lyrical Opi position there was in some instances added personal pique and animosity one remarking that i Hail Quot put Hibi to a Good Deal of trouble to got in and to would put me to As Milch trouble to put me out if to could get help Anil during the agitation of matter in the institution a portion of Thomale pupils were in almost daily with their aider and abettor in the cite. At the meeting of the trustees on the i Atli Day of july a a petition for my removal was duly presented As >reviou3 information led to look for Bya Mcmoor of Bobo my it read and Laid on Tho table he discontented Pilpil not wit i presenting to the trustees their ii tuition and objections therein contained insisted on prescribing the manner in which tie should inform themselves As to their complaints and wishes Viz by calling tie schools together Anil listening to the personal Obi actions coir plaint of each one against the Tendon in certainly rather a singular demand for the members of an institution of this character just returned from a meeting of the Board of trustees of Asbury during their sitting it being Bat Omo controversy was in existence Between ome of the faculty and certain of the Alii ends it was proposed to raise a col Ninilee if the faculty and students which was promptly amended by striking out the word trustees not thinking proper that every one of three Hundred Sti Ideiil i hold have the privilege of coining before hem to vilify and abuse Insull the men vhf Iii they had appointed the of their education. And the president promptly loll the Board that such a course would never ii submitted As at the head of the inst year in Tho Ohio Institute. A a i Axton is 34 years old and has spent 6 years As a Pupil in Tho institution Rachel Martin is 20 old and has spent c years in Trio institution if there is any injustice in the action of the Board in these cases it is cer a inv Difili cult to discover thu . But Fanini of Tili Diklic have pose of the instil Sui it Rev pub state s bet papers i of the Lii Lilliev were in l,.i Lii iniviii., staved for self As till Sii no a Oili urto co .,11, Bave been Kel longer. Nirali Paiit Al there is Dali Ili a a Emu ice. Ebar Arter Nav b More Rei evilly her pupils lie Plai. 1.c to retain i spilt Thel Nith is, Ive Radii ate n the design and per of la 1 tic Plai. 1.c of 8 Anil 21�? the 1,.-. Pic a Lilg Ipuy a us i we Unesda Tmora ing 25t�55 urn Allom id great Britain and America the above is the Tille of a the july number which it Ivica Tiomi from and that to the same Difini culty is unread. And vet because school Over which 1 am placed w led together at Tedei Naitil of Cottelits Uliey think l eci i a Public through the papers and Hwy in an inst lotion of this kind is la h constituted a judge of the Sofii cars and arraign them thus before a Board of trip sleep Ali Public whenever in their Jud Meul they rho would wish Tho lost Iii How Mill order and subordination be preserved several of the signers of Liat a Ilion liar told me thai Alt Bong Ibey did it Volin Isril at the Earnest solicitation of others an not Bee Anso Thev really desired my remove mention this Mil As applicable to All. In irely to show Bow snob a thing May 1 Condo cd a a Good ortion of Tho Nial Lura of Ivi Vicli Ali pupils complain were before the this tees were Delv considered and estimated at to full weight and value. There is one Matt in relation to the Leys of which trustees knew nothing. Some time since look ims session of the keys of both sides of the House from the fact that keys unlocked different doors thus allo Ling grounds for possible trouble and also of reason that they were very liable to be lost when doors were locked and so create difficult. And As several impels occupy the Sam e room and but one could have the Kev i promised and intended to i procure Bolto of Tho girls rooms but after applying to All tin hardware stores in the Rily nothing of a soil Able character Conid be obtained which w suppose is reason enough for not Gettin them. As for things being stolen there probably never was a school of this character where there was not More less of this annoying kind of depredation committed there always has been some ground of complaint Iii this respect both before i Cam Here and since but the use of keys i know very Well will not remedy it. Of the complaint made of nocturnal tors to the Giri s rooms whether Well founded 1 cannot Sav 1 myself was not at All convinced when Tho complaint was last Winter that there really bad been any such disturbance attributing it merely to some mistake other which Migbel a Lily exist under the circumstances doors which were supposed to afford Tho Only facility for such aggression wore immediately provided with bolts since which Sonie months have elapsed and i have Heartl no complaint Rill 1 saw this in the Jaunine. Thebe Laws four instil lion in pros Cri Iii superintend Lis attack i Ivica Tiomi from in a Stile it ill this c Iii Tiv Lii Sanvil a , ill re religion s opinions. I jul is guaranteed by s Laid on Llie 1 Llie wholes not Sivin Ubri Stia n i Iionia Nalion f Willese Mal Iii Insl 1 Nul to Appeal to if each girl rim a the Ako from the Presb the that instil Lions of this Ive la Weir designs perverted i to lick have Jia ined All the ired Here out jul to leave and think should not feel in a wrong that they required some Day to make use of to Weir Laii Mients. There were several other persons More is Ai lanced in age varying from 1 to10 ars who had been received by the Board their abundant kindness in order to learn me Branch of handicraft who having a Toni polished the sole and Only end of their reception were Bono Rable discharged. Even f them complain that they Are not allowed to remain longer. It should 1 0 borne in mind Tini institution was designed for the education of the Blind Between the Ages of 8 and 21, and was not intended As a Home Asylum fur adult , however worthy needy Thev Nav to i have done and am doing what i can to Allan die excitement and restore Tho inst tii lion Quot to ils former Tranquillity. There was comin Illee appointed among the older male pupils to Quot keep up the excitement against Niv self during vacation Quot and so far they have Donth is a Alfored Bard to perform their work. Articles can be written mis3tatomcnl,s be made trifles a distorted Evaggi ated and a medium found for All to to thrown before the people yet i Hope this will no deter me so Long As i am connected with the institution from discharging what i consider to be a just part towards the Insl Elltion and those who sup a it it. I court i invest Galion into All my conduct by the pro Perl Aristi tinted authorities and Guardiani the inst lotion but 1 do object to be drawn Iii Hijji Tuii controversy with Dos satisfied pupils urged on and abetted by political it is to be made a question whether Tho pupils in the institution prompted and aged by an outside pressure from ded Gning , the trustees and regularly of the Institute Iii shall seems to Nio there can be no just Pil Blic will decile. If tie inner Rule is to prevail it requires n Linary to see that All order , Ifni it and Prosperity Are Foieri an end la would be As Well at once to Oli shall regi Iligir government and Eliando e Niana lenient of Ilio inst lotion to Ibe Pil is alien selves g. A Ami s. 1 , Louis be Insl Rabid know Noth Lanil and its columns daily Lis to the worst Eigners Are proscribed with son. The object to in act by ibis Corr Jit filitor is the of the k. N. Ticket and lie division of the s Hixia from the follow in Iiara graph copied from the Louisville on of Only 2t, 1811, it will be seen that e then Sang a very different psalm Sim the a Richune a diaper started in this cily a no Days ago which is lotuses the whig ii stained on saturday an article on native , wherein both the native Anier Anil the Catholic Priesthood Aro de iced As tories and As friends of Mon Cal 11,1,1 arbitrary lower we Are unable Impre Liend Ibe article but feel called the Art of Tho whigs to disavow the Catholic Priesthood. Neither by other political party Quot in to do with men s Liberty of religions 1 Jon Stillion and be ministry of any regard As unwise. Us Lute Resti the press i it Good Rea realm Quot Althom pers there we states is smal 3f the new propose Loable article Vork ii it great limit in has Beel styled of the the Nam printed is in furnished by Coni the Labi the Londi with the i nil Eil be ice by tic Natii paper the lid from this a 1 Are prepared. Pape at least entire newspaper circulate. Kingdom of these Tho 1854 had a circulation thousand and the week Hundred and three to Bonsai 7imes had fifty one Tho Isar by Lions scorning advertiser sunds n and yet its Virci Lalion was Sand six Hundred for its Dail Rte Iron had published in i to Birls o of the i a ily Pape i and the my tic i to the but the Kly liar outage ahead the limes amounting to a in mired and i thousand. According to the English let master general s Rei Wrt for 180-1, Liere w about fifty three million newspaper i through Tho London Post office that Yeai Tho Ilu Berof newspaper no published in kingdom the aggregate number printed year is Raj Fca ii poetmillion.-<i,,- by Fra wife,-, a the Jalili Saniei ice is Tho great Organ Lii Hor i Vil of Public opinion and it is a significant fact that the Liberal papers have increased and the 11 the i it three years. They will to exit used in Quot the 1, pilloried in the times. The sly and sanctimonious rogue fears nothing so much As publicity when caught repents not the wrongs comm filled but the sins found out. To eels Sid at the thought of a Reaid Enco in Newgate is not partial to Lane a and while contemplating tic revolving wheels within the precincts of printing House Square acts cautiously and timidly at the approach of danger but the a Bat High Sli Ira Ovi a. R,.r i Kadling to Quot the la Quot lays on and spares Lig Lils in a cause Ami be mov Ipnar vet it i its own in Cresis Quot go Ibe pm ils Quot and Esix uses that that Mises to be the most xxi Polar. It Emp Liati Cally goes with the limes. With the principles no not the principles for it has none but with Tho Iii Terest so Ali it controls the 2mim, it never lakes the Side that is unpopular never fights Nian filly regardless of oils in the great cause of human rights. It will never continue a Batty of the face of its own Inin mediate interests a Tho eventual prospects of , provided the Quot balance Quot Leet Quot will to materially affected thereby. The True grit a Young Man of Thi Finly recently made proposals of marriage u be of on Farmer s Dali Gutera whose Fate is an englishman she enquired Helhe Iwaso was Nota know nothing at first i equivocate but acknowledged be a re Xin this the lady info riled Liim that uld neither love nor a Man build politically degrade h father others. He acknowledged Bis error and i drawn from the Hindoos and no i feels that he is a belter Man and intend to better for the future. Tile woman aloes not love he it father democracy and tic Union right Side up and Gomz no later from eueofe.-., democratic convention at a meeting of the Central Ooi for Shelby county on thursday eve 5th Iii St it was unanimously agreed to in,1.1 democratic convention at inc Conn Lions 1 Shelby Villa on the second of gust 1855, for the selection of candidates to he voted fur at the ensuing to Slober elec on to fill the respective county Ollices the demo Nils of Shelby county will Lere fore Lake notice of the rime and Jillee in holdings Aid county convention and in Cor dance Are requested to hold pubic Nieset is in the various townships Jire Vious to lid convention for the iiurio3e of giving an apr cession of Ibe voice of the people in the selection of delegates order of the Central committee of Shelby county demo Cabatic Betins the democrats of Franklin township Marion county will hold a meeting at Gallandt on saturday August 4th, at 2 o clock p. Of. To select delegates to attend Tho democratic county convention. Speak eni will to present and a Good time is anticipated. Democrats ahoy a democratic meeting will to held Broad Ripple in Washington township frill Dent. A lasts Nada nothing later from Llic Crimea. Decline Liv Coxton. ,julyl9. E Cunard steamship Canada Onivel thu no from lire Pool with dates to the 1st, Eie is nothing important from the seat Ere big been no new movement in the j ample details of Tho re Day Raugust at rang tor several speeches from a avid Agoo time fir a i Ilont Liow in , Quot an interesting Sermon which has created id Erable sensation in on commit pity. Ourse of Bis remarks be maintained rag hit was the duty of every Nii Nisi the gospel to Pleach against error in a roman Catholic Ufa Homdan mor Ilc vet Tho True spirit of christianity forbade the proscribing of men for their religious opinions and that perfect religion toleration was a Cardinal doctrine of protest a int newsletter. Evans of Augusta. Virginia it is stated has recently come in for a Fortuni of $000,000, by tie death a a wealthy rela in Wales. Pm Rel Ibi it in teem with a Calli Olics and red i Ani Lis attack i it democrats us have an old fashioned Gath hour of meeting will be at 2 o clock p. M. Demo chaotic meeting. There will to a meeting of the demo Rotio voters of Warren township Marion county at the township House on saturday the 28th i isl at one o clock a m. A general Alt dance of thu democracy is requested. Democratic meeting. Tho democracy of Pike town slip Mari county will have a mass meeting at the township House on saturday the 4tli Day of August at 1 o clock p. St. Equine in in attendance and a general uni out of the Donio Camcy is requested. Neif a Cra Rio Coli qty convention the democrats of Foi eel at the court House in Covington the second Satu Nlay Lith Day of August in the purpose of nominating a Caine Pilate a auditor also a can Ligate for co univ com missioner. Turn ont democrats. With a of Rouglin organization tic 10th Leonio colors. My order of the sex trial committee. Time Potapo meeting of the Johnson con Delno cratic association will to held at the it House in Franklin on Satu Nlay the 28tliilay of july 1855, at 2 o clock 1-. M. The time agreed upon at your last meeting Quot Laving been Cha Liged at which time the de Lio Cracy will be addressed by the Best speakers Fabis suite on the questions of the Lav and at which time the association will Grce upon a Day to hold a Comly Conven Iii for the Wiur we of pulling in idiom Inatio Liidi dates for the ii. The Connly. Come one and All of the old line aus have a Good rime. W. H. Jennings pics l county w. H. Bin Lett soc Yako from the Presb the Denim Ian critic died by lid enlarged Liberal Wipt we Are Iii Zerini in this \ legions opinions Ness of a Loii u an uni Veldis p,.rnni Zens. This i him to teach i Rule that required in would of lie Iii leed Lite b ,.isilil. For a quidly let thei Lise let them for Lafter hold their if they m i Drigand i iter again answer the foregoing questions larely they can Bear from Thi Tho subject Union Trio friends of civil and religious lil Erv held a meeting at Enterprise swill i d county on the fourth of july which s largely attended by citizens of swill i land and Ohio counties. Among the speaker who addressed Tho meeting was capt. Scott Carter of Vevay Long a leading who that part of the state. Know nothings said to be quite Strong in old Switzerland but Why it should be so we cannot divine. The county was settled Liy Noble and \ Ous immigrants from the country whose i it boars. It was by their toil and Industry Thill Tho Forest was subdued and under their Ity has pros owe Leomerl its i�l9�i�n a a Blum and Tho nation Al of Earth Sabau be Ono Quot 05-a Small Frame House on lower Spring Streely unit Albany was Bureil sunday. Pred. Old Solidi remain and in the Iloe i fran almost the lost 3, but their children still i what ice can find so attractive Trines of a that would a Chi cd their fathers and made la of Wood and drawers of water understand. But there Aro some mysteries past finding out Al any rate we Aro glad to find a tie whigs among them capt Carter who Aro not forget Fol of the Virtues of the old set leis of Switzerlandat. A. Imper. Of the exertions of major neigh rows Indian agent seem to have been crowned with Success. Most of Tho principal chiefs have a Ned for peace. Very near Amilly. It would be for a Szporin pendent to discharge o duties and regularly teach one i it is right and Pronier for the Lent to visit the classes. Thi e done More than i did list for Ibe fact of very unpleasant slate of feeling that bus months existed Between the principal teacher and myself. I believe in relation to of the other matters tic this tees were advised i think were perfectly satisfied if not i shall be very Happy to satisfy them lie met Roget lick. 1 acknowledge Beer full their right to inquire holding myself res Iii Lible to them and court their investigation if they Are not satisfied in a fair and Zegil mate manner. Some complaint has also been made that pupils have been graduated from in proper i Olive a and before they enjoyed the benefits of the institution. This course had been determined on ibis course of graduating some of the older pupils before these difficulties commen Ceil and one More member of the Hoard had been consulted on Tho subject and the same list of graduates exhibited to them. The matter was thus understood some time since hence the fact of any Ono signing the petition was by no Means the cause of their graduation. I give below the names Ages and length of time that each graduate had spent in the Iii sri Lution. L. D. Taylor is 17 years idd and has spent 8 years in this Insari tuntion and 1 in Ohio. W. T. Fleming is 20 Yean old and has spent 8 years in the Margaret Belcher whose Case is referred to in the article signed Quot a Pupil Quot published Tho journal is 37 years idd Lias spent 8 Yei in Tho institution and bad 1 believe a f education when a be entered. Gary Sui Fly is 29 years old and has ski edit 7 Vears in t institution. Mary Boilea ii is 34 n bos spent 0 Yeats in this institution ant 111 whatever for a great Venie it against the Catholic e recent excitement in tie Conn in tie main tie result of a Cor a lit of unprincipled Jwili Ticiano to Exi Ile tie Prolo Slavit feeling of the people and to ride into Jii nver Iii Kin the tide. They Lii Ive run foul of the great Maxim which Olliev have so conspicuous la set Forward among their Cirii icicles As if for Quot the in Jiose of sex Xis Iii the Proll Gary of the whole move in enl by violating in practice what Thev Praise in theory. It is absurd to deny that making Trio Mere religions sentiment of a the reason for refusing to vote for him is a violation of tie great principle of religious Liberty la is allowing a principle of Disi Tho a we tical aspect of a vote to be sound and just which would to wicked and Ilii Pricil piled if Emlio Decd in a Law. If on neighbors make their dislike to our presbyterian Hunt Invenis i lie ground of their Refl sing to Vole for is it is perfectly useless i Dis,.inise that we Are Lnier political of a ions Lylial Quai l hoc a Lilieni. The Obj rational i of Ibe Case is making re latter need by any ving out of in a ground i in political Allaire itly Large masses of cil first and great objection i the Aine rican know nothing a party it violating the very principle of religions Liberty which it to conserve and Lias adopted i a of that principle which strips All i practical Force leaving it a her in the slip tale Book and abandoning its Tirol Over the political action of Tho the Christian a Arne a methodist Joi Nal published in new , has in a i in Milit a leading article equally explicit a sensible from which we make the follow sex Lrol the proceedings of the convention lately in whose platform is in another column were watched by us with great interest. Ecclesiastical matters were Early introduced. An attempt was made principally by Southern men to throw Lliel out. Lint the Quot Catholic lest Quot was Afi Irnie and finally reaffirmed. Quot the Uii Iliili Catholic clip Icli Quot is named distinctly. Quot lies Ilijic to it is pro a nailed among the tilings tic tilings age Iila. If we correctly every Catholic is proscribed. He May be an american native Good and Patriot i lie May stoutly and practically Denv tic Power of the Wojie in civil Ratteni As Aii inf Ereni e from the eci . Yet for Bis religion s Sake he is barred Quot Ailva Cement to All in Ili Lical Stalions Sec live legislative in Ilicia this is a test igbo is i principles and Repult i an the lib i tie age inels the spi re All of use a. No party imling excellent by other Princi Ilos held Conil ignation May expect to pass the con scr alive people of the United slates Espe ally filie Soili Quot neck. Ii Stai e coir.cil of know oxur Simon pure know Little nothings met at Indianapolis last week and following in the footsteps of their illustrious , the members of the Philadelphia convention adopted Apfei of which we give below. Tie Ilion Oft be delegates to the n St ional Council was partially the Council declared Ruelf entirely disconnected from Tho National Council removed the obligation of secrecy to some extent and liberalized the order to make it More in consonance with the True sent of the Nie Mbeni generally in the state Here is the platform. It will be perceived that it does not say anything about Tai in the Crimea the Clay co univ outrages a y. A. Tii me. Kirthi speak Chi pliers from the Interior of tingly of the growing crops. Cent Cioku Rierl Lai Istel Moesche. The Eirciil. of Shipley amp co. Reports that last advices from the United states disturbed the ii ton Market which closed at a decline of i of sales for the week foot up 45,000 Bales of which 11,500 Bales were taken of speculation and 2,500 for Export. The sales of Friday were 4,000 Bales Orieana fair get i i do middling go Upland fair adj do. Middling go. Denniston amp co s circular quotes of Leazia Midi Ling at g a cd Upland fair a id. Brown Shipley amp co. Quote Tho Market for bread stuffs generally unchanged except big Corn which had declined la 6d to 23 per ii Arter Market closing Dull Western canal flour403@40s by 01iio423 f.d@43s. White wheat il8@12s2d re Loii a Lis 3d. Yellow com 143 go lbs mixed 44s 5d White 45s@46a cd and Market do Igdell. Provision circular Tichardson spenced-co., radio its Only Small smiles of Bce Fin a be in pork there a nothing Bacon Dull Al 4gs. Lari advanced la 6d lies 53s@54s. Accounts from Manchester �0 less favourable. Tho weather Luis been Lon Doh nonet Mak Kkt. Lon nos july. Money Mantke Hull to american t quo Tauy i.0nd0n mat lets to Ido i july 0.�?baring Bim. Amp co. Quote sugar and Coffeo firm. Broa stuffs Hail slightly decline and Tho Market Dull lard advanced and the Market buoyant Galea at 53s@ls. Spirits turpentine Consi Donichy lower and business demands reduction sales at 33s. Iron Market Active and Price in changed. Welsh bar Iron on Board ship quoted at �7 m Welsh la Nils at �7 6s.--scotch pig at 74a 6d. Tho weather has been favourable. Money is easier though scarcely so cheap As before Tho Public Patlon of the French loan. Seneria Intel Lkins be. The Canada arrived it 11 o clock. Lord it Aglan was buried on Tho 3d with great Pom i. General Liprandi a army has been reinforced by Tho an Ival of another division. Tho sardinian and turks mulch Omer , had an excursion into the ii Ito rior of Chernaya without resistance and a Apin red numerous works of Art. Rhe museum of Crisch is on ill Way to a estimate shows that Tho War has already Cost the Bellig rant nations a million russian accounts to the 19lh of june state at an Allied flotilla of 180 guns fired eight inra against the batteries at Tho Mouth of the Narva without effect and then with Crew. Tho allies afterwards Mode a descent in Kotka Island and destroyed Tho Golem Zient stores. Thev then attacked port revel Vit bout effect there Aro rumours about Pelissier a being in Persedes since Tho repute of the Isth. The allies Are strengthening Tho advances Iga Insl Malakoff. A French Battery of three uns is nearly completed the front Careen no the to keep off Bussian ski pm. Vienna papera say that Gort Stavoff Calls 24,000 additional men for Tho Baltic. The bulk of the Allied Qiu Idrous was off Kronst Raidt july 5th. England. Milner Gibson asked an Cpl ration of lord Ali Issell s recent statement at Vienna that England never contemplated the Resto Rali Ini of uni Garv and Poland. Cobden Roebuck and d israeli All attacked lord John. Cunail Steamer Persia is launched. I he russian Secretary of legation at por Trigin Quot we St cd in try tvs Hwy in learner at Southampton having bet on a Ecret Mission to Paris and London. Roebuck bad been refused a commit to of enquiry into Tho brutal conduct of cer Ain policemen in Hyde Park on the occasion if Tho trading Bill riots. Lord Elgin it is said will to appointed Post master general. Expected that the proposed Law to taxation in Franco would yield 70000,000 francs per annul. The Emp Tot Quot a Peech bad been Well received. France. Tho legislature voted 750,000,000 Franca t re it cited that Tho austrian minister was it the explanation of the emperor Quot a speech. Spain. Has Bei Toction a Catalo the insurgents bold Barcelona. The Spanish minister at Paris had had an interview with Napoleon the latter expressed Detent Nalion to prevent Tho dethrone ment if is Liella. The King of Pessia is recovering. Advices irom Marseilles soy Tho the insure Cerion at Catalonia was nominally about the Natter of wages and that two manufacturer had been is asst naked at Barcelona. The National Guan had refused to Marti us the Captain general had shut himself up 11 a Cit Mecl with a few faithful troops and end Mediatore to the insurgents who received hem with shouts of Vive Espartero. Advices from Madrid by Telegraph to the til state that Tho instr gents still held Barcelona a Calist Leader had been Defeated at per tie Paris correspondent of the times am firms the conference Between the Spanish minister and Napoleon and the latter s that any at opt to unseat Isabella should be prevented. Russian English a Iera Are manufacturing statements with regard to revolutionary movements in Russia in favor of Tho grand Duke cons Anline they Are Mere invent from Kansas. New York july 19. Advices from Kansas to Tho Icib. The Messai o of gov. Heeder contends for the right of Tho people of the Terri toy to Settle their own affaire uninfluenced by other imy Sthare the Teiji Latura has Power told Gillato on Tho question Quot of slavery to a smiled extent recommends the passage of s stringent liquor Law on account of the evil effects of the Trail ii upon the indians. The Sov Emor thinks alight loan will be required to carry on Tho government and contends for by to tax pre emotions. He urges the Ilish ment of the scat of gov Immeln and slates the population of the Ediale Esla Lii territory at 3,383 females and 3,733 males. The governor vetoed Tho Bill fixing upon Tho Shawnee Mission As the seat of Gove ziment but the legislature passed it Over Bis head and ail turned to meet at Shawnee Mission. By cutting for the Crimea. Forfar of july 18. Men including an officer in Tho i cruising service have been arrested a of violating Tho neutrality Laws by men for the crime from Fth Ludelphia. ,, july 18. Extensive Woolen manufactory of flow at Manayunk was destroyed s morning. Loss about 25,000. From Bolton. Bostos july 18. Ial of Tho parties who were taken. British Brig Bull Alo on suspicion at dating the neutrality Laws was commenced Day. La will occupy several Days. From Wunn. Wanna Tsatok july 18. A Are sixty cases docketed on the Cal Courto claims. Theoni thud Ito thursday. Lames m. Boyd a Bromine no merchant of Lynchburg vo., was killed to Day by an explosion of Gas in Bis Hogue. A i /

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