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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - June 12, 1858, Indianapolis, IndianaElder amp Quot the chariots shall rage in the streets they shall seem Uke torches. Thoy shall run like the ,, 4. Printers and publishers. Vol. , ind. Saturday june 12, 1858. No. 4. The lock not Lac it printed and published every saturday by elder so Harkness. It their Book and Job printing office on Montan Street Indianapolis ind. Opposite the Post office. For rms our Dollar a Roar. Twenty Flo conts for Throe Root cd pipe to one add roes for one veer pave dollars thirteen Copley Otto jeer for ton dollars. To atm i m 4tssr�e.,.i_u so paper will to sent until Peld for and no Murf a it i be continued after the Lime paid for expires us Lee is fold. Uick oct Ros Turt Nail and county subscriber ctn know their time out Hen they Seo a Urpo it inn marked on their fat Aper. And that i old Raya the last paper sent until the is renewed. Utthi or Ono snare. tees 930 is for week a a a a for each subsequent insertion. Our i a a for three months. 3.00 4� a for is months. it i n for one year. Without alteration. It Job a n for one year with frequent Changas .19.00 a Small redaction made on larger . Cuu and special Youces double the Aboe rates. The a task Cash jul a a do Troia Amanta manat a had him 6 f Kura Day sack fill or they Mill in deferred a mall Tea meet i Tama. O in t 1 Ca l. You re read Sam fwd to who trod on Sinel s mount my talked with god that a torn old patriarch who alone stood up before the key a tin throne Ami celled on lira Ven. A Atli vengeful hand a to drive oppression Iron the land you be heard How Fuu fully lie led when of see ois Host from bondage fled How cmh�4 a ii do Teliin to save. To stayed tile red souls Ungry have Daniw Stratm from Luv Flinty Rock on Tiiu Unn fed his was word flock. Relieved each want and each distress and Only a ought to guide bless. I Fng of Moses one As bold a that a torn patriarch of old of one is faithful and As True As fainting Israel Ever know of one who come to give us Light who comes to cheer and blew a our sight with spectacle we inc a chs Shine Lefco Diamond from Glt a icon Day a minor with glasses which Postos the Power to Light and item the darkest hours crystals which make the dim it Page All Plain alike to youth or age. Which clip the wings of time and Nail and make the dim kor Bright again. His u no task of Gray plug jew a devoid of All that sgt Kond and True a whose brass a up plan the want of brains whose Only aim is Petty gains but with experience Zeal and skill w Ltd Bulj Kunds and Earnest will a scatters blessings far and wide. And gathers friends on every Sidon proclaiming loud to All Mankind. You need no longer a los if Blind Quot Moses optician. No. 8 weal Washington Street. So j a ii a k it y a a a Caitlan la land Mannhart Tipert 9 3 squares North of court Flenoe. On Alabama a treet. 3 keeps Ronila utly on hand Blind for dwelling Hoo to Sod also makes to Oriler Blind for Pablo or private buildings. M. Long agent for venetian Blind on a Sedlan st., near the Post office at his furniture Ware Root. J�i�31 p. M. Mother shred. W c. Cox. Uioti1 cd Quad a Cox. Uealkk8 inf Dluz Cis nifd1cines, , ill is. Dycel tiffs Gla a i perfumery a i inner <>oo4�i i lotto tobacco. Choice Cigar a. A. Prescription compounded with cars and acc Oraey from pure Medicine. No. Tel Bast Washington st. Aug Aily. In 1 1 an Polis ind. Josim Kaloko Accinni ovation cabbage a Jef pan Singer conveyed to and from the depot for any train by leaving order at Lawrence in ally no a livery Sta blk. In Tita rur or tel i Alark rope. Juneol my in Diana Polis ind. Takes Plfaum in returning his to links to the ladle and gentle men of bit place and tor their very Liberal patronage and a till Hopes to meet la same Confidence Hob a engaged since to commenced the practice of his profession la Indianapolis. Arid isl Teeth from one to a full net. Inserted on Platina Gold or Svor. Particular att Tuo Given to regulating cleaning and extracting tooth. Ether Given when required. All work warranted and charge Reu Honable. Office 2d Ttorp Fletcher de Woolley a Block. No. D East Washington Street. Oct. -24�?if j. R. Nili. A. . A. Nut. Fruit and ornamental Nursery. The undersigned Havee table had them�e1v� in the Nursery business on the Well known Nursery grounds formerly occupied by Arnn Aldredge a few Mdse st of the Cori Matlon line Indianapolis. We have on hand a general assortment of fruit tree of such a Houssa Are Best adopted to our soil and climate. The tree urc of the very hot in Welty. Also a very one a lock of ornamental shrubbery. H we arc now ready to Del All orders promptly. Goldsmith co., Nurt i if Indianapolis lad. Ilia to it re a Prin \ ind. / important to Young men in you wish to acquire a Complete knowledge of Book. Keeping in All its branches attend Hay it cuban tile t Oll fue al incl anal i where each a Dirimo a drilled at the dark. Tep by step until he has mastered the entire routine of an act out duties and la fully qualified for taking charge of any set of books. J r the evening session has commenced. If you wish t a Otnel Joe n course to la la Winter Vou should enter soon. �ijmd1 Cru or containing Fult particular. A Dree the j. C. Hayden Lidiana m los ind. A Nln lock. Amie Boru. Locke Bro Titek insurance agents. W. Cor. Washington and Meridian a Over . Store a. Hartford Hanford conn.>011 arum. 74 Nom. Ina Rauco co. Of jew Vorlik. P. Fell anew 8kjbk met Oil co., of Harinord. Conn., p melt asset. 300.140 04 rare Nero a Union co of Athens Penn. A Felt amour 197.338 n a or Pirn co. Of Hartford. Conn. X. ,. Melt a a a la. 90ijibv 49 Quot ufos Ine Arance co., of Rostan men., o. A a a a Nell asset. 1.074.�.a a motor Oak pm co., of . Conn. La la 4, -37 1-7 sell Ancle 495.709 m from the Atlantic Mon lil a Loo Loo. A few scenes from a True history. Continued from last week. Tvenge in. The jail to which Loo i of a con roved was a wretched Placo. The Walls were Dingy the floor covered with puddles erf tobacco Jatico tie air almost suffocating with thu swell of pent up Loh Hoco Smonko unwashed negroes and dirty garments. She Luul never a con any place of loathsome. Or. Jackson s log House was a Vidace in com Pari son. The prison was crowded with coloured people of All complexions and almost every form of human vice and misery was huddled together there with the poor victims of misfortune. Thieves murderers and shameless girls decked out with tawdry bits of Fine were mixed up with widest looking heart broken wires and mothers mourning for the children that had Lien Tom from to Weir arms in the recent Sale. Some were laughing and singing lewd Sony. Others sat still with tears trickling Down their Sable Cheeks. Here and there the fierce expression of Stone intelligent Ymme Man indicated n Volcano of revenge Seething within his Sotil some were stretch pleasant lace entered bearing a tray of cakes ices and lemonade. A a 1 Don t wish for anything to eat a said Loo Loo Despon Dinghy. Of done to be Givin up in Dot a Way a said the mulatto in kind Motherly tones. Do lord a n t a Gwine to forsake be. Be May Jurf Breeze what aunt Del quoted out drowsily Utun the filth floor their natures apparently stupefied to the level of brutes. When Loo Loo was brought in most of them were roused to look by the gentleman who distributed oranges in the prison Anil Wax sent to Canada according to Promise. Or. Grossman was addicted to Strong Dunk and aunt Debby had Long been in the habit of preparing a potion for him before he retired to rest a 1 mixed it powerful Dat a night a said the laughing mulatto _ _ _ and i nut in some Tang Dat de Gemmen guv to me. I Ruby tells yer. In be a poor Ole Nigger but 1 halt reckon he waked up awful or. Dinsmore a starved Dat do Ilar Kest time is Allers jus Afore de Light maternal Uncle of Frank help Mir a had been visiting come. Eat some of dese Yor Goodie. Be Ong tor la a Jvn str a a v l keep your vef Strong fur de Sake of Yor i of Lon looked at her earnestly and repeated a a friends ? How do you know 1 Hare any friends a Quot a a of 1�?Tsc floor Ole Nigger Quot rejoined the mulatto. A a i done to knows the captive looked wistfully after her. As a he left the room. She loll disappointed for something in the woman a ways and tones had excited a Hope within her. Again the key turned on the outside but it was not Long before Deliby reappeared with a bouquet. Massa sent Young minus dese yer Lowet a she said. A a Tut them Down Quot rejoined Loo Loo languidly. 14 ii liar shall i put Mem a inquiry tel the servant. Kip lab. Harrison4 now Bank bal title to. 19 Kant won Blanc Rte a so read ter sort door Frost Roun. A orc. Koura fms 8 a m. To s p. M. Norl al nil Rulli a Harden a unix. A i ,r2m1 Pfell Quot to Law. �>300 package of 11. He Quot it Lrol it a. Son. Cela limited to Quot a a a cum of skk1is. A a ibo we to be Darlh Gardan acad but a Sci sled it it for to to room a Jboob . Them will do Volt loess Early. A a Iii a of Avo son Ftp to Down old. Cha Bike May or. No. Tvs st Tegt gtd in her and so it Lical them saving to Tach other,41 by gum Dat a an t no Nigger pm what fur Dev Fot Cli a Ltd Here a a a she be White lady of Quality the the tenderly nurtured daughter of the wealthy planter remained in this miso Able place two Days. The Jailer touched by her Beauty and extreme dejection offered her better food than had been prescribed in his orders. She thanked him but said she could not eat. When he invited her to oct tips for the night a Small room apart from the Herd of prisoners she accepted the Oiler with gratitude. But she could not sleep and she _ dared not undress. In the morning the Jailer afraid of being detected in these acts of indulgence told her that lie was obliged to request her to return to the common apartment. Having recovered somewhat from the stunning effects of the blow Tysl had fallen on her she began to take More notice of her companions. A gang of slaves just sold was in keeping there till it suited Dicj Radert a convenience to take them to new Orleans and the parting scenes she witnessed that Day made an impression she never forgot. A a can it she said to Here self that such things have been going on around me All these years and i so unconscious of them ? Liat should i now be if Allred had not taken compassion on me and prevented my being sent to the new Orleans Market before i was ten years old Quot she thought with a shudder of the action a conc the Day before and begin to be afraid Liat her friends could not save her from that vile Man s Power. She was roused from her reverie by the Entrance of a White gentleman whom she had Nerer seen before. He came to inspect the traders gang of slaves to see if any one among them would suit him for a House servant and before Long to agreed to Purchase a Bright looking mulatto lad. He stopped before Loo Loo and said a arc you a Good sem stress a a a she a not for Sale a answered the Jailer. A a she belongs to or. Grosman who put her Here for the Man smiled As he spoke and Loo Loo blushed Crimson. Hoho a rejoined the stranger. A a in a sorry for that. I should like to buy her if i he sauntered round the room and took from his pocket oranges and Candy which lie distributed among the Black Pic Aninies tumbling Over each other on the dirt floor. Coming round Twain to the place where she sat he put an Orange on her Lap and said in Low tones a a when they Are not looking at Vou remove the Peel and touching his Finger to his lip significantly he turned away to talk with the Jailer. As soon As he was gone she asked permission to go for a few minutes to the rooms lie had occupied during the night there she examined the Orange and found that half of thu skin Hod been removed unbroken a thin paper inserted and the Peel replaced. On the a crap of paper was written a a when your master comes a to he submissive and go with him. Plead weariness and gain time. You will be rescued. Destroy this and Dott seem More cheerful than you have under this was written in Manduie la Basso s hand a a Soyez Tranquillo nut unaccustomed to act a tort she found it difficult to appear so sad As she Lead been before the reception erf the note. But she did her Best and the Jailer observed no change. Laic in toe afternoon or. Grossman made his appearance. A a Well my said be a a Are you tired of the Ca Laboose ? done to you think you should like my House rather better a she yawned listlessly and without looking up answered a a i am very tired of staying _ a a i thought so Quot rejoined her master with a chuckling laugh. A a i reckoned 1 should bring you to terms. So you be made up your mind not to be cruel to a poor fellow so desperately in love with you a Haven to youve she made no answer and he continued a a you re ready to go Home with me a Are you a a Yves sir a she replied faintly a a a we a then look up in my face and let me have a Peep at those Devilish handsome Ite chucked her under the Chin and raised her blushing face. She wanted to push him from her he was so hateful but she remembered the mysterious Orange and looked him in the Eye with nos Sivo Oliedia ence. Ovet Joyce at his Success lie staid the Jailer his fee Drew her Arm within his and hurried to the care Ringe. How Many humiliations were crowded into that Short ride How she shrank from the touch of his soft Saliby hand i How she loathed tic gloating looks of the old satyr but she remembered the Orange. And endured it All stoically. Arrived at his stylish House he escorted her to a Large chamber elegantly furnished. A a i told you i would treat you like a Princess a he said a and i will keep my he would have seated himself but she prevented him saying a a 1 have one favor to ask and i shall be. Ven grateful to you if you will please to Grant it a a what is it my charmer a he inquired. A a i will consent to anything she answered a i could not get a Wink of sleep in that filthy prison and 1 am extremely tired. Please leave me till a a a Why did von compel me to Send you to that abominable place v it grieved me to cast such a Pearl among swing. Well i want to convince you that i am a kind master so i suppose i must consent. But you must Reward me with a kiss before i this was the hardest trial of All but she recollected the danger of exciting his suspicions and complied. He returned it with so much ardor that she pushed him away impetuously hut softening her manner immediately she said in pleading tones a a i am exceeding tired indeed i ant r he lingered and seemed very reluctant to go but when she again urged her request he said a a Good night by Beauty i will Send no some refreshments for you before you he went away and be had a very uncomfortable sensation when she heard him lock the door behind him. A prisoner with sue a Jailer 1 with a muck movement of disgust she rushed to the water Nasin and washed her a its and her hands but she Felt that the stain was one no ablution could remove. The sense of degradation was so cruelly bitter that it seemed to her As if she should a lie for very Satune. To a Short time an elderly mulatto woman with a Quot anywhere out of or Way Ivy the Curt reply. Debby tuition cd her by a shake of her Finger and whispered a a Mussa s out Dar waiting for de key. Dark Riun on dam a she lighted the lamps and Afler inquiring if anything else was wanted she. Went out saving a a Good night Mysia. Do lord Send be pleasant again die key turned and the sound of footsteps died away. Loo Loo eagerly untwisted the paper round the bouquet and read Liisse words a a to ready for travelling. About Midnight your door will be unlocked. Follow aunt Dubby with your shoes in your land and speak no word. Destroy this paper to this Madame lat Basic had added a one Raigner Rien nut Loo Loo s heart Palmitate a violently and the blood rushed to her checks. Weary As who was she Felt no inclination to sleep. As she sat there longing for Midnight she had ample Leisure to Survey the apartment. It was indeed a Bower fit for a Princess. The chairs tables and French bedsteads were til ornamented with roses and lilies gracefully into re wined of a delicate Fawn coloured ground. The tent like canopy that partially veiled the Couch was formed of a it i 11 it and White striped Muslin draped on either Side in ample folds and fastened with garlands of roses. The Pillow Case were embroiled perfumed and edged with frills quilted As neatly As the petals of a Dahlia. In one Mourner stood a Small table decorated with a Rcv elegant parisian Tea service for two. Lamp the face of a Large pc Che Mirror and Utt the toilet before it a Diamond necklace and ear rings sparkled in their Crimson velvet Case. Loo Loo looked at them with a Liaf scornful smile and repeated to herself a a he Bourl me Tome slut Inch s i ii r with to came a heart to Coil 111 n t site lowered the lamp to Twilight softness and tried to wait with patience. How Long the hours seemed surely it must be Post Midnight. Liat if aunt Deb by Ltd been detected in her plot ? Liat if the master should come in her Stead ? full of that fear she tried to open the windows and found them fastened of thu outside. Her heart Sank within her for she had resolved in the last emergency to leap out and be crushed on the pavement. Suspense became almost intolerable. She listened and listened. There was no sound except a loud snoring in the next apartment. Was it her tyrant who was sleeping so near she Sal with her shoes in her hand her eyes listened on the door. At last it opened and Debby a Brown face peeped in. They passed out together a the mulatto taking the precaution to lock the door and put the key in her pocket softly they went Down stairs through the Kitchen out into the adjoining Alloy. Tivo gentlemen with a Carriage were in attendance. They sprang in and were whirled away. Alter Riding some Miles Trio Carriage was stopped one of the gentlemen alighted and iian ded the women out. A my name is dins Raore a be said. A a i am Uncle to your Friend Frank Helper. You Are to pass for my daughter and Debby is our a a and Alfred a or. Noble i mean a where is he a asked Loo Loo. A a he will follow in Good time. Adt no More questions the Carriage rolled away and the party it had conveyed were soon on their Way to the North by an express train. It would be impossible to describe the anxiety Alfred had endured from the time Loo Loo became the property of the Cotton broker until he Beard of her escape. From motives of policy he was kept in ignorance of the persons employed and of the measures they intended to take. In Isis state of suspense his reason might have lie on endangered full not Madalie Labas so brought cheering my wages from time to time assuring him that All was carefully arranged and Success nearly certain. When or. Grossman late in the Day discovered that his prey had escaped his rage knew no Bounds. He offered one thousand dollars for iter apprehension and another thousand for the detection of any one who had aided her. He made successive attempts to obtain an indictment against or. Noble but he was proved to have been Distant from the scene of action and there was no evidence that he had and connection with the mysterious affair. Failing in Titis the exasperated Cotton broker swore that he would have i hearts he knew the sly smooth spoken Yankee was at the in Tom of it. Lie challenged him hut or. Noble notwithstanding the arguments of Frank Reijier refused on the ground that he held new England opinions on the subject of duelling. The kentuckian could not understand that it required a far higher kind of county to refuse Tolian it would have done to accept the bully proclaimed him a Coward and shot at him in the Street but without inflicting a Irr serious wound. Thenceforth he went armed id his friends kept him in sight. But he probably owed his life to the fact that or. Grossman was compelled to go to new Orleans suddenly on urgent business. Before leaving the Latler sent messenger to Savannah. Charleston Louisville and elsewhere exact descriptions of the fugitives were posted in All Public places and the offer of Reward were doubled but the activity thus excited proved All in vain. The runaways had travelled night and Dav. And were in Canada Quot before their pursuers reached new York. The South and was then about to return to new York. When the Story Wax told to him. He said nothing would please him More than to take the fugitives under Bis own it Roth ctr on. By axe v. Or. Noble arranged the wreck of i affair is speedily no possible eager to be on the Way to Montreal. The evening before he started Frank Helper waited Union or. Grossman and said a a that hindi orc slave you have been trying to Liard to catch is doubtless beyond your reach and will take Good care not to come within four Power. Under these circumstance she is Worth nothing to you but for the Sake of quieting the uneasiness of my Friend Noble 1 will give you eight Hundred dollars to relinquish All claim to the broker flew into a violent rage. A a ill Sec you Bodi damned first a he replied. A a 1 shall trip Mem up yet. I la keep the Swonie hanging Over their curved Heads As Long a i live. I mind spending ten thousand dollars to be revenged on Liat infernal or. Noble reached Montreal in safety and found ids Lio Loo Well and cheerful words Are inadequate to describe the emotions excited by reunion after such dreadful i it evils and hair Bratli escapes. Their marriage was solemnized As soon As possible but the wife being on article of property according to american Law they did not venture to return to the state. Alfred obtained same writing to do for a commercial Bouse while Loo Loo instructed Little girls in dancing and embroidery. Her Cintra ter had Strug thened under the severe ordeal through which Shi Nad passed. She begun to question the of living so insolently a she had Don. Those painful scene in thu slave prison Mado her reflect that Sanqi alar with the al miseries of life Wax bettor than weeping Over oct i romances. N flue res of her Early education and beginning to feel the dignity of usefulness. She said to her husband. To do so and because she had the Power. Far a series of Yean american merchant pm and were subject to be stopped on die High Aron by Britiny Cruiser and scare lied for British Sailor a who then As now manned the bulk of our ships. Repeated remonstrance and protest against this unjust liable and insolent practice failing to induce great Britain to relinquish it War was at length declared by the United state. U was carried on Whlig various Fortune for a couple of Yean. Both countries wearying of the strife peace was de Clarid. But in the treaty of peace not a word was said of the Issue on which the War had been waged. No settlement of lie question was effected. So taros tote right of search was concerned the War left both nations in Thuu it Uoo the Koplish asserting their pretended right thu United a Tats denying it As before. Practically however thu United stale partially carried their Thiim. While Tiu govern me us of England refrained from any official declaration of a new policy on the subject Liev tacitly abandoned All claim to search american vessels for i Mitidi Scoman. The United a Tatos remained Content with this practical Victory. In ims treaty stipulations were concluded Between the two nations whereby each promised to maintain a certain Squadron on the coast of Africa for the purpose of suppressing the slave Trade. It was attempted by the British Duilo Maeirt who concluded that treaty to interpolate therein a clause binding the contracting parties to submit to have to intr vessels searched by tic cruisers of either to thit the american government refused to consent. But its that government agreed to thu main principle of the treaty namely the suppression of the to no Trado by thu employment of armed squadrons on the Cost of Africa the British Ideus Pote Liry could Well afford to yield the Point. Without the right of visitation the treaty became a nullity and the omission of a clause sanctioning that right in so Many words could not be held by nov reasonable the a an she was rising above the deleterious in i shall not be sorry if we Are always poor. It is so pleasant to help you who have done so much for me / and Alfred dear i want to give some of my earnings to aunt Debby. The poor old soul is trying to Lav up Money to pay Liat Friend of yours who bought her a in and sent him to Canada. Surely 1, of All people in the world ought to be willing to help slaves who have been Lesa fortunate than i have. Sometimes when 1 lie awake in the night i Ilavu very solemn thoughts come Over me. It was truly a wonderful Providence that twice saved me from the dreadful Fate that awaited. I can never be grateful enough to god for sending my such a blessed Friend As my Good they were living thu contented with their Humble lot when a letter from Frank Helper announced that the extensive House of Grossman pc co. Had stopped payment. Their human chattels bad been put up at auction and among them was the title to our Beautiful fugitive. The Chance of capture was considered so hopeless Liat when or. Hellier bid sixty two dollars no one bid Over Lii i and she become Bis property until there was time to Transfer the Legal claim to his Friend. Feeling to Lett they would now be Safe in der their own Vine and Fig tree Alfred returned to the United states where he became first a clerk and afterwards a prosperous merchant his natural organization unfitted him for conflict and to Lough his Peculiar experiences had imbued Liim with a Tom Roeg Abhorrence of slavery he stood aloof from the Ever increasing agitation on that subject but every new years Day one of the vigilance committees tor the Relief of fugitive slaves received one Hundred dollars a from an us known As his pecuniary Means increased he purchased several slaves who had been in his employ at established them As servants m Northern hotels. Madame Lhotse was invited to spend the remainder of her Days under his roof but she came Only in the Summers being unable to conquer her shivering dread of Snow storms. Loo looks personal charms attracted attention wherever she mane her appearance. Archon hand other Public planes people pointed her out to strangers saying a that is the wife of or. Alfred Noble. She was the orphan daughter of a Rich planter it the South and Luul a great inheritance left to her but or. Noble lost it All in the financial crisis of 183 7.�?� her real history remained a secret locked within their own breasts. Of their three children the youngest was named Loo Loo. And greatly resembled her Beautiful Mother. When she was six rears old her portrait was taken in a Gypsy hat Garland cd with red berries. She was dancing round a Little White dog and Long streamers of ribbon were floating behind her. Her father had it framed in an arched environment of Vine work and presented it to his wife on her thirtieth birth Day. Her eyes moistened As she gazed upon it then kissing his hand she looked up its the old Way and said a a 1 thank you sir for buying the British aggression on american Commerce. The Reader will find al Ewh oro accounts of a couple of fresh outrages by the British cruisers off the Corum of Culm. The limits of this Sheet forbid our giving a detailed narrative of All the outrages which have been perpetrated by the same cruisers upon our vessel within the past month. Suffice it to say Liat nearly thirty american vessels engaged in lawful Romeo acc and bearing the United states Flag have been compelled to brine to boarded and visited by British vessels of War. We need hardly add for who is ignorant of the fact a that the news has aroused the National temper almost to the War Point and that the Senate has Felt it necessary to adopt Resolution of the most decided and almost Bill Gierent character. Senator Mason who was at first disposed to Pooh Pooh the whole affair As a Mere newspaper talc now sees the propriety of joining Issue squarely with the British government on the Long disputed question of the right of visitation senator Douglas is willing to assign the liberties of the nation to a presidential despot for the Soke of punishing Dinsmore announced this to a few Frankm phraseology that could not be understood Touhl willing to a it Ien h Pii the English and that Paragon of senatorial Wisdom senator Toombs joins hands for once with senator Wilson of Massachusetts and in the language of a pugilist begs to be a counted in the fight which his patriotic emotions demand. One can perhaps understand and make allowance for the wan nth and vehemence displayed by the Senate. That body is Well known to lie composed of almost beardless youths whose Tenn cry have not yet been toned Down to moderation. It would perhaps be unreasonable to expect them to display uie mature Gravity and sober caution which Are inc characteristics a lines from or. I Helper in a. In Case thu letter should be inspected at the Post office. He wrote a a i told you we intended to visit Montreal and by the Date of this you will see Liat i have carried my plan into execution. My daughter likes the place so much Liat i think 1 shall leave her Here awhile in charge of our trusty servant while i go Home to look after my after the excitement had somewhat subsided or. Noble ascertained the process by which his friends had of age _ _ succeeded in effecting the Rescue. Aunt Debby owed but there is no reason Why the Public at Large should her matter a grudge for Haring repeatedly sold her follow the example of those bot wed youths and ch3dreuand just at that time afresh wound was rank debate this serious question with the fury of raw re Ling in her heart because her Only son a Bright lad of Roita. It is possible perhaps to be Cool and deliver eighteen of whom or. Grossman was the reputed lath ate even in considering a British outrage upon the or had been sold to a slave trader to help raise the National Flag. Anger is no doubt wholesome on cer Large sum he had Given for Loo Loa Frank Helper s Tain occasion. But this is one on which Cool reason May friends having to discovered this state of affairs opened serve our purpose better. A negotiation with the mulatto woman promising to at the time this country lie Gan to have a National Send bother and her son into Canada it she would Navy. Great Britain exercised by right of usurpation ant them in their plans. Aunt Debby chuckled Over the privilege of stopping and searching foreign merchant vessels on the nigh seas. There was no warrant practice in the books of International or Mari old was accordingly purchased time Law. She exercised the right Becan she chose Arena Mem m a in a the idea of her master s disappointment and was eager ant vessel to seize thu Opportunity of to ing reunited to her last tor the or Remai nmn Eliw. The lad a accordingly purchased time Law. Poison to imply a renunciation of Lite Jimart of either contracting Jet Rev of the Only Terible method by which the purpose of the treaty could be attained. In fact from the Firat the English vessels on thu coast of Africa Haru systematically searched All suspected vessels whether sailing under the United slates Flag or any other and latterly Sincu higher exigencies have compelled thu state to withdraw the bulk of their Force from that station Tho work of scorch has been almost altogether relinquished to Tho British. The treaty proved a failure. It did not meet the ends sought. Under the circumstances new Laws of Brazil excluding slaves from that country and Cuba remaining the Only Markol for the raw african the British government lately resolved to alter their tactics and to Avail the traffic not on thu coast of Africa but on thu Shore of Cuba not at the Point of production but at thu Market where alone the pro incl is available. This Resolution which was formed a few Days Only before lord Palmerston a overthrow was strangely fortified by a recent dispatch from general cos to lord Napier in which the Secretary sneered bitterly at the British exploits on the african coast and inquiry i Why if the English had the suppression of the slave Trade so much at heart they did not assail it in Cuba v Jyun now perceive Liat they live assailed it in in bad Isaili a it in fact by establishing a positive blockade of the Island whether with or without the consent of the Spanish authorities we can not Tell and matters not. To carry out Lii blockade they have searched every vessel americans a Well a others on the coast to see whether they were slavers. They have done so on the plea Liat if tic Mere hoisting of the american Flag is to protect a vessel front search then the treaty is waste paper As of course every slaver will adopt that precaution. They claim the right of ascertaining by actual observation whether or no the american Flag a a rightly hoisted and whether it covers slavers or lawful merchandise. This they do not Call a right of scorch hut a right of visitation though it would Puzzle a lexicographer to find out any substantial difference Between the . It is evident Liat the English plea is round. If armed squadrons arc to suppress the slave Trade by the seizure of slavers they Trust have the. Right of stopping and examining All vessels which seem like i v to contain slaves. Without such a right the operations of Tho squadrons would be ridiculously futile they would be in the position of a watchman set to guard properly but scrupulously forbidden to look at any intruder upon the premises. And the wrathful vap Oring of the United slates Senate when we have on the statute Book on act in which we bargain conjointly with England to put Down the slave Trade by the employment of armed squadrons at the commission of act with out which that bargain would become a Mere nudity certainly rebounds but slightly to the credit of that August body s common sense. Of the other hand it i quite Plain that the right of search or visitation claimed by great Britain is a palpable invasion of to in sovereignty of the United states. The principle that the Flag covers the ship and cargo is too of Sioux and too generally admitted to need comment at the present Day. No nation can submit to al now its vessels to be searched by the Cruiser of another nation without abdicating some portion of its sovereignty and thu nation which claims any such right of visitation abrogates to itself authority and Dominion Over every nation with regard to whose ship that right is exercised. Were the United states to submit to the practice now asserted by great Britain they would tacitly admit the Legal supremacy and general polio authority of the latter on the High sea. It is evident that this can not be done. It is dear Liat we must put on end to this right of search or visitation. But it is unnecessary Ami absolutely silly to get into a rage about the matter for it is Clear As noon Dov Liat we brought these outrages on ourselves by making the treaty of 1842. That treaty never could have been carried into effect without the visitation of american ships and is we made and notified it it is non Liisu now to clamor at a consequence which must have been foreseen at the time it waa executed. We anticipate no trouble with great Britain. The people of England will not go to War with is. Nor would we with them. England after the customary diplomatic Struble. Will give Way and either new arrangements Wilt be made for the police of the Ocean or Liat police will to left to take care of itself. The foolish treaty of 1842 will be abrogated. For the rest the idea of hostilities is preposterous and Only worthy of the pct to politicians who Trade in National enmities. It is not a Little significant that the Waters where this late dispute arose were also the scene of the Gallant Devotion of the British sailors and doctors who a few weeks ago saved the survivors of our Susque Ian nah from the most terrible of deaths and that the first american officer who has been dispatched to the acetic of action is be who presented the lie Clute to the Queen of England and a assured her of the personal attachment and respect which his countrymen Bear her. Surb men Are crr unlikely to strike the first blow in an Anglo american a nth by. How to Cook rhubarb or pie the Lin Metis rhubarb. It is larger More tender and better Flavoured than any other requires less sugar by one fourth and has no skin to be taken off. Do not attempt to Peel it but cot in pieces a Long As the thickness of the Stock and put them with your sugar in an earthen dish without water cover it to retain the flavor and place it in an oven and Cook till quite Vendor without stirring or breaking the pieces. If too much cooked it assumes a disgusting stringy appearance and lose All fruity character. The Rosy color of the stalks will give your dish an attractive appearance and the Des Pep the a till find in it a powerful Aid to digestion
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