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Indianapolis Weekly Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 2, 1860, Indianapolis, Indiana A in a Fri Fri Rorr a a a a it a volume risk Virman a Nimbee 32. In i Anatoli wednesday january 2, 860, a a sch la san Tinti. A m a m Moth Sheet hunted and Puit Litsui i it Liy s3nt1sbl company a. Ii i i us Dayan the Sentinel building. K ast Washington St kept fool Marly thu capital Hole. Is. J. I to amp j. G. 1 01 Varvi t i proprietors. The h a it \ l i Sci Tinda cd Tremai Price of is per Lunnum to adv it once. Limit ions May made at any Timeto Acluba the prict1 by t Hose already in it. Riccio Ita a on Tho wetlystate8cnttncl, and mailed for i la Quot Quot i min the oaunty.1 ree. A sgt Hin tie a. i i ? i i a who United states the daily Sentinel in Arnishe a a yearly subscribe fat a get Invar Ibl i in Piv Vaunee. Or delivered by the Carrier at 12>�j Clit per week. Payable Semi monthly. Single copies n Vit Cut Are payment. Or continued o in r than Paul for. A i Quot Irarra Rue Star Ipri isl in Quaduor. Inbi is a its morning Tho Nat onal Sot g in i the enemy with whom our country was at or a bombarding fore Mchenry cd booming of the guns was ringing in to ears of its author with a additional Verso Thor it last verse i Ilten Impromptu by i 8 k. A. Hull of Washington d. A and Sung i.1 k Sci a Cweitz Giron it Gnu Leuon december 8 a 18t>0. The Friend who forwarded it Saje a the above and Titio i to Tho National song of the Star spurt died dinner is to exceedingly appropriate to the present crisis of our National Altair in it i think it ought to disseminated far and a id through the und. Will you do Roe the favor to pub a b it in the Sentinel on monday and if i might permitted to suggest in connection with the original ?�?� old Tav can you see by the Damn sear y Light Waits Quot it proudly a i d at the Twilight a last gleam up ,. \fho8? bread etries and by get Star through the Peri us . 0\rth Ranry r 3 a no to lu3,were 90 gallantly Stream i 1 Orin i troc Vlf a Glare the bombs burst log in fair. One Pili i to a tie Nii lit that our Flag was still Thero 00 f u Star spangled Banner Dill ave l to t Vaaj of the and the Home of the Brave. On Ore. I Manly Leon through the Mist of deep the foe s haughty Host in dread silence repose Ovlia is trial which the freeze Over the towering to tech a i Fly fully blows half concealed half disclose now it c Telic a the Pleura of the morning s first beam i11 t ix�?T1 Quot Lory act Ecta Dnn Shine on to est Eam the str to Ping Leil Lanner of Long May it wave. O or the l Olti i free and the Home of the Brave. And where s the land vaunt inc by wore that the havoc of War and the hat Tlok a confusion a h to at it Lacount y Bho Aid leave us Nom Rev try mood has Wii a out their fool footsteps Viollt Tiki. No refuse c us fan the h liner and slave from the Tenor of ii get or the gloom of the grave and Ile a a spa led Banner in Triumph d Ith wave o Ert a Ian of the fact and the Home of the Brave. Of Tiu 1 it Ever when free Iao shall a a and let n their loved i and War s Des vation Bles a with Vic i by a id pit Aoe May the leaven rec did 1 in 1 Rrapi i the Power that hath made an i preserved us a n i then com Juerke must a ten oar cause it is just and to Robe our in itto in god is our Trust a and the Star spangled Banner in Triumph shall wave o or the land of the Iree and the Home of tie Brave. An1 new when disunion and discord about Andt i a a a Julih Ani Tho North slow with fierce irritation with heart Mere United in gather and or Etc a to 0--r a a3 the Silt a of salvation Ace Urfe i to morn a ten dishonoured and torn its glory departed i s Heity All Shurn. The s a Span a 1 Banner no longer Sha l wave or the land of the free and the Horn of the Brave. She Llor Llu of Recti Erin. Ii inv Reader of the commercial inform i a Turbo id the to to Hor of the following Beautiful Verr a Roui a some Reural ago in an exc hopi to there is on Tigor of imagination i i played pined to excellent and a Knoll fake of the patois is delicious n. In. C . Yea c a. It m written Norae sixteen or seventeen tears co in new York City by a you ? Irish Yinsi named m Ore and appeared in tint very Elev or get by published origin Molly in the brother Jona inn by live entitled Quot Toji St a Pleton a a sketch which never received Onu Hul the circus Votion and credit its Merit deserved. Bujaj to commercial. Vid All con 1ec.inhin, id Vern Yoer . To what i would Uini Siua in Erin so Green an w clout Himi Yashin j i d Tiow How Thaviu Ryshin b in Elv or a shia in g m and the Queen. It Happ n a wan Nisi nine w Dout i y warning. That Varaus was Burn in tin Beautiful Siv a�?T11 that Spineto in i and cure a Tofas i Vokins h a 1 in ion3 our Noah in and give play. I nip tune who knew her i ,.an to Purtum 1 or in order t Wco her the wicked old jew an1 old very Nirali caught her atop in the Wathern Juii Itera a disc iter who cried in of to to lint j ivc the Greit a Ynion Louus a Down and saw Vaynus and so Han Ous Pui to mind her wild to a roared out i11 thu Odalier d tear him is Mither a i azure twas no wonder for Tazina his child. So a Star that was flying around him Lesii Yium lie w d it she in and Burlil it below . it tumbled like winking on i Tii in e a Ink Naug give him i Linkin Bho Tii in x. Blow. And astar was dry land Hoth Lowland and High an 1, and Fern us Swate Island the land in my birth thus la 11 is the Story a Kape s it Down from glory that Erin so hoary a a Haven on Tarth then a a7t in jumped namely on Fri c 1 so Tately hut f Ynte a �?T1 use 1 it a of b Thor d and pros by Wloch much did Besil her Lizul Ere it a i killed her her father a tit Hud Herald drop in the bight hat an of vice orious 11 at a her feel glorious a Litt a it is i fear it might prove 11 o in pm Lilyne us a a i 1 a a. A ring a so Fame in for 11 a i in and Jii and whisky and a Vanoi no need Proa Ltd of Neav y lain. I Nei v was Day and in Idy Lor ii Oai if Quot. A a Obin i to pc men were i Thi Eithur. It a 1 St i. In drops Bei in i u a a a Iio a a d Rev it yet unit inked in the it let , i \ i of crop or Erst Vii tin in a. D i i it v. I univ lot cd by Trivin the i it 1 a of Titi of the i Chou to ablo. L t her rat Iii Gnu Fri h gtd or out a to a it teb the door. T v . Ii til. Wt1hit t l in Ieie i t i i the Moorland Lauri but while they ii a u pistil a the , who should thur a that my hut a costly Wilson. Wei the Kitchen door a i3 opt n a i icon a stepped in i. 11�?T the in Ettie Bia nil Foughi a lie Hen Mfd it Ltd a to which Bat purring of Tho length red there 1 -1 try neither meal nor Penny was to i esp .1 a a f Day the rain was heavier is nil of 1. H by Iuni t b.? v. It and Are. Sit in. I cur. In bad Hunn r. Out two t><jeet3 pfv.-. If or pro cd Geordyn v i i. Air to get Buji Yinsi on the ii d the other i y a ii a Ltd 8 uttered on Ibe table. Ben it Iii to tiie Kornter Geery too a consid Rudloe ill. G to lie i dec aleuts a to or with the pot Pisek and muttered a very 11m Prce Edh a with regard to the litter Mutt remain but Imit an hour after Boa Hen i Ely ensconced in a finn House a mile off the Fanti a were drive a within Skore by the incr a Iii a Terni they foul everything Quot an it had been left the by to i on in. Fire the cat to a Tho window seat the a it Hiir a a tit fuel 011 the table but a or spoon 1 . A a Vvhs Irv the Poniti a cried mrs. Sir it a it a t it the entire Maui ill who Teod by the i c 1 their wet Quot a inn fund. Nobody could 1.11. Is1 try had left to attn it the table when al a to the Hay. Not one had been in the Lun a they Vei certain but uoti ing was u d. J drawer was Pul led out the Emp \ Ltd Elk ii kit a a to biped. Every Eie Levery Corner v j 9eirc cd. But to no purpose the up it Ona Ltd , and the state of the farm Houe indy Ima in d. The widow Rau through i. L a one Dit fun led. , Coidin c it a i searching. Robirt n Tiey the i Arm men were d-? in i Ftp f. Direct Ion ii non As the rain abated to 1 i Vouis the Nei Hicri the Zuppo Tirion that. Pome Sirolli by a or Pip a Wight Hump of Tho , and would attempt to ?.� of i in the Piir ish. Nobody thought of Geordt evil al in had not been spied from the Hay ii a Hia circuits wore wide hid visits to any ?.e Wero not frequent and if eschewed widow aim on d from Tho thy of her ?9, it was ii 1 eved Geordyn knew Teaf. Neither her temper nor her liberality would improved by that circumstance. Lost the apoon3 wer beyond a doubt and the widow bade f to lose her . Tue Rich relation came lit Hill appointed time and had such a Tea vowed never again to Trust him Elf in the House of h a entertainer. Bir the search went in Tel Hole were looked into for the Nisei Zuj Silver and Yetive Biva were bribed to turn out magpies Neste. Wells barns in the neighbourhood were explored. The criers of the three nearest parishes were employed to proclaim the ions it was regu Huly and Verti Ted at Kirk Gate m irked place and or. Simpson began to talk of getting a search warrant for Tho Brig Are a Cal Pouch. Buhite a s Ixl armed the Cusp of All its Borders concur Nice the but a Hen a wore away nothing could heard of them the widows s Pic ions turned from beggars barns and magpies to Light in poor Nancy. So in bad been scouring the spoon and left Trehou a Las Mirer could not leave Tho Tabic without hand. It waa True tint Nancy hid always Borno in tin ques lined character but such Poona were not to met h every Day and mrs. Simpson was determined to have them Back in her stocking after sundry hints of increasing breadth to Robin who could not help thinking his Mother was losing her judgment she one d a plumped the charge to the and dismay of the poor girl whose anxiety in the search had Len inferior Only to her own. Thou ii porn. And an orphan Nancy had some honest Pride Ebo immediately turned out the whole Couten to her Hist r of Unstrung her pocket in i i p. Simpsons pre Erce ran with tears in her ears to Tell the mini a ter. Quot it was twin common in >. country Piri shei of Scotland difficulties and i put a which might have employed the writers and puff Ltd the magic Fratea were referred to Hia Alibi Truon Hup lawsuits or scandal prevented. The min s or bad heard As in Bathgate bad not of mrs. Simpson s lot Quot. L to the rest of the Parish h thought it rather a Trace but Nancy Campbell wan Oue of the Post serious and a Sernel try girl of in his con Reg action a to could not believe that the charge Pferr a Ngi inst her was True yet the peculiarities of the Case demanded a no evian Tion. I h gome Dilli Zulty the minis or Petit i ded Nancy to return to her Mitre is being a message to the effect that two of his elders who happened to Ide in the no thur Hood would coma Ever in the following Eveni a hear what Cou to Eaid on both sides and. If possible Clear up the . The widow was Well pleased at the minister and elder com ing to inquire after her pions. She pus 011 her Best Mutchy that a to Eay Cape prepared her Best Echos and enlisted some of the 8eriou3 and in Triblo of her neighbors to assist in the investigation. Kiriy in the evening of the Diye when the Sun .s i a thu Field work a Ltd Over they were All Usy in the cleats Seo Rcd Kitchen the a Donie trip elders and is soberly ii it ten org to mi.-. Simp in a tech Timoty touching Lur Silver , la bin end the farm men sitting by till their turn came when Tho door which had been left Kalf Omi to admit the Bruz a a for the evening was sultry a was quietly pushed aside and in Elid Geordyn Wilson i h his usual acc omani of it fill ind Wallet a there a room for Here Geordyn a Aid the a a on weighty Businer-fl.1�?T a weel Mem a turning to depart a i is of Couch Quence. 1 Only came to Neul about your to pools a whole number j.110 . A a r. A a m in . Of Sam Tor Kony Luis. publish this Nior Ting or. Douglas plan of a a Justig the slavery Issue. It is similar to Flat Rop Sid by senator Crit Noiem in mint acts. copy from Tho Washington St a the remarks of or. Douclas in Tho Senate mixtec 01 thirteen on saturday which t c a Tiro of Hia by a cited Compromise and s Iowa the sni it which actuates him in eff ring it a come to Mise Impiit-3 a Concession of conflict ii it views. Neither the extreme North nor the sex trunk 3 a h can expect that their demands will yielded by either Section. In a formation of Tho go were mud Ifird and hit ret Dertod in to form the Union and the Fame rpm of a must now exercised in a order to perpetuate it. In via Way the Union Ltd a 1 preserved. If the Compromise of or. In Vuolas will Satis y the moderate men Oliv Ith South and the North the ult a men of tvo Sci ions should willing to Abate then a. Xy.- opinions to promote Harmony and main rain Tho government. Any plan of adjustment that take Tho negro out of Congress and out of politics will go far toward restoring Peacott the country. If the abolition is a and the fire eaters Are deprived of their political capital the slavery issues Here would but Lutle cause left for disunion and attachment for the canst Tutinoi and Union would again prevailing sentiment of Tho people of the whole country. It will noticed that or. Duo r,\3 propose to make his plan for adjusting the present controversy to part of the Cousin tuition by Umont. If adopted in this Way it will Petiti Piunt mid Chaco to a eject of Isle ton mid of Blaip new paper pulpit Discua Tiki us did in Goguey. I to prop sit Iona of or. Douglas Are elaborate and Well considered. If they will quiet the troubled raters if it h a adjustment that will Deal fairly with the contending opinions and inter Eris of Tho different sections of the country let people of Tho North and the South who Are willing to make Sicri files to preserve the Union demand its adoption by Congress and ratification by the sa.t33. Oif this proposition will not suit let it to modified or changed until it is acceptable to the conservative sentiment of the nation which the late presidential election shows is largely predominant. The states thus reports or. , and will Only add that if the same patriotic sentiments controlled All the senators and representatives in Congress should soon need a Day of thanksgiving and rejoicing instead of one for humiliation fasting and prayer in View of the perils which now threaten the country in Tho of opinions which took , ii is Duce stood that senator Douglas expressed the opinion that no adjustment would restore and preserve and perpetuate peace find Harmony on the slavery question which did not Bani h it forever from to Zehalla of Congress and the Arena of Federal polities and prohibit con frown legislating upon the subject in any to. Viali. I Moi aug Shoppe cd h of Mucky suggesting a. P a of p a. Y the country. Or. Chi Tom amt i , and sea these i .i.�?T�iyfv-Ittve men of Tho South. it z it a it Union but to conc Iliin Tegt a stir by the pet of that Section of vat their Righta will in o by at a i that coiiccpsion.3 arc Nerch pre Viita for the cor.9 end to country such Compro i should in 1 und which the youth Sonbi if any Compromise i. Publican members of it Emden c a term in 1 rom the 6ute hour. Widow Niin Pion a spoons. The 01 Bathgate in Linlithgowshire Otic it it in Rcck Ora a among the classic spot of so i Ilia no Inry ii Uch As it formed part of the Doi by Vilich Robert the Bruce bestowed of Hia eldest <1 met r Margery when Eface Nai nud Walter the highs ewards of Scotland and thus brime the Prog nitric of the Royal and unlucky Boose or s a it. Lung Midway Between a Linburgh i d gig it a those rival Queens the East bn1, cur. Of the common track of to flip to i i 1. It has been for uses a pastoral p Irish of t nud Rath r backward i arms. Of late yes a co i n beet found there and a team and Trede wich �id Lair to leave the world no rustic Cerner or a f a y ii into a mining District which Nob a Thiet ii of the time of the Gentrup lieu b Itig ital Jim cd on a sown Oate and Barb a its own Hodden Gray aed had but to c i i inject of Corn Market and the a to Anion its peaceable and Ion i uru was one Dame who though r in Iii est nor the Best born stood 1, a Ciu pm above All but thelaird and the ter and her Stylo and title was widow am. This lady valued herself not in the farm Kii her by Tho Good Man who had by painted this to some seven year before the commence Man i our Story for acres Vivero few and they Ceiri sted of half reclaimed Moorland net 011 her grown up Eon Robin though was counted a irtely and sensible lady not on her own Thrift heu Teker pit a though it was known to to the to it Crew principles but on the Possession of a dozen Silver Tea spoons. Ii r account of them was that they had belonged to the you a c eve tier and had been bestowed upon her Grandfather in return for enter tailing hat claim ant to the Biish Crown on his March for a Culloden a in proof of which she to Point out a half obliterated Crest and the initials c. S., with which they were marked. The widows neighbors however had a different tale regarding their coming into Tho family. It was to Tho a ill eco the. Her Grandfather who kept a Mali inn Home Whei o in Fife had bought them from an ill doing Laird for three gallops of Highland whisky and bestowed them on his daughter As the Ono of Bis family most Likely to bold fast of such an acquisition. In the family Rie led in the capacity of help one Nancy Campbell a girl about Nineteen who was suspected of having taken a fancy to Robin who reciprocated the sentiment. Nothing however would to Ouen the heart of the widow an regards a match until at last Tho following event occurred and her to give Way about the Baj making time a Distant and comparatively Rich it Liui it a was expected to Call and take ten that evening on a is Way rum Linlithgow it was not often that this Superior relative honoured her Home with a visit and Vars. Simp on determined that no Hing should wanting to his entertainment brought out the treasured spoons parly in the Forenoon with Many in june Sona to n-.y touching thee to Sec should Tuka in brightening them up. While this operation wus Bing coi ducted in the Kitchen in the midst of one of those a Ceita d Days which vary the 1 orb Fra Juno a sudden darkening of the sky aug ii Eye heard 0�?T.thorn v a cd mrs. Simp son. Bouncing from her seat. Quot i con Luna miss being blessed win the pro Cious gift 0�?T Hearme and what a better i saw them a Aid Geordyn. A saw them Geordyn who Are they Here a a whole shilling for yes and a a. Simpson s purse or rather a old Glove used for that Purpur a a a was instantly produced. A a weel a said Geordyn �?o1 slipped in aug Day and fleeing the Siller Unjin retd i thought 8 use i l body might covet it and list Laid it by i May say arming the o that Bible thinking you would Suro to Geo the spoons when you went of before Goody had Finis cd Hia revelation Nancy comp bal Hud brought Deri the proudly displayed but never opened b ble and interspersed Between its leaves Lay the Diz a of Long sought spoons the minister of Bithia could scarcely command Hia Gravity while a Lamoni hug lordy it to the trouble and vexation his trick ind caused. The assembled Nei Ghonia laughed outright when the Daft Man pocketing the widows shilling which had clutched in Tho Early part of his i discourse a 11 red them All that k. Nned mree Simpson read the Bible a often the spoons would certain to turn up. Geordyn got Many of Broth and a luncheon 0 bread and cheese on account it that transaction with which Ama amp to All the firesides of the Parish. Mrs. J Simpson wis stuck dumb even irom scolding j the discovery put an end to her ostentatious professions and ii May hoped turned her attention Moie to practice. By Way of making amends for her unjust Imsu Vitious on n my Campbell she consented to receive her As a daughter within the same year Ami it is said there Waspes. cer after in the farm . Use but the Good people of Bathgate when a character of More pretence than performance still or to widow Simpsons a spoon. Case whatever except to perform the constitutional obligation in respect to fugitive slaves while regarded this principle of non interference by Congress As the essential basis of any adjustment which might made there were various Means by which the end could accomplished. One and in his opinion the beat was to leave the people of the organized territories free to dec do the question for themselves subject to the limitations of the Constitution Aud the courts to decide upon the Validity and constitutionality of the territorial Laws a i Bouc any interference by co Gretis. Another was an equitable partition bet Wenthe two sections of All the territory to now o a n or May acquire As was provided in the Missouri Compromise and now proposed by the senator a run Kentucky. A third was to provide that the slut us of i Avery and personal for Edom s3 it is to when tin tei Rory v a a a it Quirt of should not ged 1 i her by con or try the Terri Tori in l gis attire and that the courts should the iodine All questions title to Euve property and pc is until Freedom us wa3 provided in Tbs a Lautoa Mise bid and supported by or. Cal Hoitz i in l i Lii. Pei p Tolera might other modes by which the Kamet jct could thu chief Merit Ole Ich of a Hose propositions which or. Dot Ghis sad had supported in turn Aud abandoned it by a tue it was lout id to pass it was to expel the Ery question h s Agi tation. Iii to the lulls of Congress and i ice it beyond the reach of Federal Legiel Tiou. was ready now to unite in recommending to Tho of toe several states such Amend a. Its to the Constitution As would take the slavery Joe ton out of Congress and would ensure Domestic train oilily to Tho people of All the states and fulfil every obligation of the Constitution of the United states. In View of the dangers which threaten the Republic with disunion revolution civil War staring us in the face was prepared to act upon the matters in controversy without any regard to previous action and As if had never made a speech or Given a vote upon the subject. was unwilling to believe that senators North or South were going to Sac Rafiee their country in order to maintain their to i ical conic Strocy or to maintain a party organi zit iou in the different sections of a divided Union the framers of the Constitution had yielded their favorite theories and Vonvic Iiona on Many Points in order to produce Harmony and ensure Agenda concurrence in the adoption o the Constitution these concessions in the opinion of Wise men have been regarded As evidences of their patriotism and no of Kneas. If can meet Tho present ii Puep Aud perform the duties in dosed upon us in the spirit which animated them and indeed follow their example can yet save the Union without War or bloodshed. did not believe that in the recent Clec Ion the people of either the North or South had decided irrevocably that they preferred disunion to yielding one Iota in the extreme demands of their Par Titan platforms. On the contrary did believe that it Twe thirds of each House of Congress would agree upon constitutional amendments in a sprit of Mutual Concession and Compromise Aud recommend them to Tho people of the several states each amendment would ratified by three Fouin thu of All the Sites to order to take Tho Flea very question out of congrats and preserve Tho Union and Mastain perpetual peace and Good will Between ,11 its members. It did not require any Sta or Section to surrender any right which it possessed nor to assume any obligation which the Constitution docs not now impose but in a spirit of conciliation and fraternity to Settle amicably and justly the matters in dispute by an irrevocable constitutional amendment. It was not his purpose at this time to commit himself for or against any proposition i which bad been offered or suggested but to declare his conscious desire for a fair just and Ami Cilc adjustment of All the matters in controversy so As to remove every cause of complaint or Imus Ion. Ihn Iliili i tin Tuii i lit , mid of Congress Mies , his of Pink Jusi Ico and Honor Yie should a copt. Lor. A pm no Etton Conant sex Ress themselves decidedly apr supt any cession the Territ ii -1 i Suo at a r Lily vote oat nil propositions to modify a their to i Ion against slave a Extension. a they inst upon on the ground As they aver that by so doing they would yield the Issac upon j which the republicans triumphed in toe last presidential to Elton. But can it justly claimed that the sentiment of the country is with the Republican party upon the slavery i sue ? ou5 of about four Mil j Liora and three of votes cast there j was not n million who sympathized with to j Culiar tenets of Lle pub Ica nirm. Shall a Syty i which is in the minority so far As Public j sentiment the i which threatens the overthrow of the government refuse concessions j to harmonize the country especially if the propositions of or. Chittenden will satisfy the South j upon 1 lie a 0 of the Nebraska Bill the of j position party avowed ii their purpose to Rester j the mis Jour Compromise. Can the republicans l now i h any degree of oppose the policy which they then proc itch All that or. Crittenden Ai is i i the restoration of that line 1 by an of the Constitution. And should not the presents for the settlement of the controversy upon that basis influence favourably the conservative and patriotic sentiment of the country but Concession is not the policy of the Republican party. In leading avows itself for peaceable Dis Union rather than yield a hairs breadth of Republican doctrine. The Tribune says that such is the position of the president elect. In its ia-. of mod in it makes Tho following to Thori Tutic announcement Are Nab so to a a Tate in the Moss positive terms that or. Lincoln is utterly opposed to any or Compromise that Shail Yle d on Iota of the position Cebu pics by the Republican party on the subject of slavery in the Terru Orice and that stands now As stood a May Laso when accepted the nomination for the presidency Square upon the Chicago platform. The Republican members of Congress also profess to occupy the same ground. 11 the dominant party of the North hive no concessions to Mako or a fish and adhere to Tho doctrines of their platform rce no other Way to do Cielec the controversy Sut peaceable sece Kaiou or coercion. Which 3ha.ll it Are the people of the North prepared to engage in civil War rather than make a Compromise which will imply Concession on their part or permit the states which Aro Dis sat fied to go out in peace ? to show that the Leadfo Are determined to a stand Square upon the Chicago platform give Tho proceeding j of the Senate crisis com i tee of thirteen their a acting on saturday last the amendment to the Constitution pc Erscel by or. Grille Den to fettle the Coati Overly Between the North and South finally and to River by a division of the country from Ocean to Ocean on toe parallel of Tho Missouri line was the Kraut subject of discussion. Messes. Crittenden Douglas and Bigl of it with great 7,-al and ability. Or. Douglas Rte rated his former do Fermi Stion to consider Tho quo Ion Fer the preservation of the Conn in As though to bad never cast a vote or utter a a Onti ment of the subject by fore. If that Mode of Compromise would not answer let declared himself Wil my to go Lor any other consistent with Honor or Justice. The appeals olt or. Crit-1 Enden in of behalf of the Union Tiro said to have been eloquent Ana Sublime. Lie too i icing to embrace any other effective movie of . Or boiler of Pennsylvania preferred Adith Ion by. Iino Aero is the country because in that Way the q Ion of slavery could taken out 01 and separated entirely Fiorin Tho pop ular elections in the North without which never could Hao permanent peace. Messes. Wadi. Doolittle Collamer and Grimes opposed 1 lie proportion with much earnestness and ability. They maintained that the pc ply in the Lateer eci it a decided the question of s a very in the Teni Orris and therefore they had no concessions to make or offer. They manifested great univ i to act in the absence of or. A Ewi ird but As they could give no Assurance of his a mme oae p tur -., the committee declined to defer act n on account of his absence Mes sri. Davis in bombs and Hunter discussed the present Una App condition of the country with in surpass a ability and whilst Mai testing a willingness to accept any measure of Fotual settlement which would secure their just rights in the Union insisted propositions must Cowo from the dominant party it. Republicans. The vote on or. Crittenden s proposition wa3 a follows for Tho proposition messes. Stigler Crittenden doughs Rice and Powell 5 against it messes. Davis Doolittle Collamer Wade Toombs Grimes and hunter�?7. Messes. Hunter Toombs and Davis nevertheless intimated i inclination to go for it if the republicans propose it in Good Faith the second propositions submitted by or Crit Tenden denying the right of Congress Toi abolish slavery in the dockyards and arsenals was voted against by messes. Collamer Doolittle Grimes Aud Wade. The remainder of the committee voted for the proposition but As it had not a my Jority of the republicans it was Defeated under the rule3 adopted by the committee that no proposition should considered adopted and recommended to the Senate which did not receive a i Jority of the Publ can votes and also a m1 Jority of those opposed to the republicans. The third clause do nyx pm to Congress Tho right to abolish slavery in the District of co Lumbia was Defeated by the same vote the publicans All voting against it and the Remander of the committee. The fourth Dune Ostl b Ishaug the right of transit was Defeated by the same vote. The fifth who h is Intel led to per fact the fugitive slave lava by requiring the several too it to. Of k v a off the slavery question. In Tovok tuesday december in 1-h�?Tio. A due two a h id 1 am gratified eee in Tho various propositions which 1 tur. Uch a Universal anxiety to save to Fri i Dispir Gnu Dixie Mons which by Vui 1 Havo a very serious i without Tho list feeling connected it prepared asari38 of Quot ,1 amendments which i desire to off. R to tiie Senate hyping that they May form in put of least Pooe Bamfor measures that May St us the controverted a Deshons which now so much our country fier .inly, air i do not.r. So not Misc Liberato discussion of the a Noveo. Before preserving these resolutions or to the semite desire to make t. Few excl Wittry of them that the state Ino a d their Tenc Mil scope. Too in lesions of to alarming character Are tin y Winch have grown out of the controversy b i vec a to c Northern and Southern sections of our come 17 in relation to the rights of the eave 00 dig Siatuu in the territories of the United Sias Roii i pril to �1 to Cit of by or in = ves. I have endeavoured by these resolutions to meet All these ques ions and causes of discontent and by s to the c a is ii Tiki of the uni Ltd states so Tea. The . To ii can happily ague on , May by permanent and leave no Causo Tor future cont Quot Ove Tino a resolutions propose then in the first place our us St use the restoration 0 the mis t 11i Compromise extent log line throughout s it ten Itura s of the United states to the a in Boiter of caii<r.rni-., recognizing slavery it All t a to i i tory Sou b of that line and pro Lii Iii g i i All tiie by North of Vith a a to 071-Ion, of waver i Bat a ten nay of these a Lyric 1 pics North or , Ore termed into so Atif. They hii�1 i then beat Liberty to exclude or and t Lari Ryas they please and that in the on Quot or tiny other it shall no to their a into the Union. A this Way sir i pro 0-0 to a a talc tiie question both a to ten Ory slav by so Lar As it. Regards uie to of Tho us s Eten i propose sir a so i a the Foueti ution so fun ended As to a Loire that congrt�0 shill have no Power to slavery in the District of column bin to Long six very ends in the s a is of Mary Ard and \ Iricia urd that the shall Bave no Power to 1 it shivery in any of the pc s under heir spa of in jurisdiction within Tho state-3. A i Are constitutional Amend cents Waicus 1 a ipe and embrace the who a of them in regard to the questions of territory and slavery. The Ere other prepositions in Lathion to grievances Anil in relation to Controy essies which i suppose Are within the jurisdiction of Congress May removed by the action of Congress. I propose in regard to legislative action that the iut Tive slave Law As it is commonly called a Ball of declared by the Senate to to a constitutional Ain s Rich pursuance of the Constitution. I Proe so to of Claro that it has been decided by the supreme court of the rioted states Tobe Nyiri tiena.r d Bat Tho Southern states Are o a Fui in Ful and Complete execution of . Lav.-, that no amendment shall made a ,.after to it which will impair its efficiency. Bat i tanking their it would not impair i s Cheney i live proposed . I have understood Iron Ger Flemen of too North that there is objection to Tho r to v a Dili Vittu Loo whore tiie i loiter i Citi. S to deliver the slave to Tho claim or from Iii i which is Given where to decides 0 Dis charge Tho Nile cd.-. Ivo the Law Eie Clates the in liter Case shall Havo but five Dol ars a Halo in the other shall Havo ten dollars a to ice in or Noiin in one Case thin in. The Otier. Tho reason 1er to a 13 is very obvious. In Cate delivers the servant to his claimant is a Aniie a to draw Cut a lengthy Cert Fici. Sta ing the Piir Cip to ate Subu Antral ground on which Quot is decision rests and to return him i her to the Mir Lui or the al Fiji int to a rave him to the orom which Hei escaped. It wus for hat r a-011 Ali t a larger fee is giver to that i commis Toner were bad the largest service to 1 Era Lution and havoc and anarchy. Suall it s id that a to have allowed All these evils to come noun our country while to Werb engaged in the Petty and Sib ill disputes Aud debates to which i a. 0 referred can it to that our unto 13 to rest in 1 recognition of slavery 01 the s Luthern shia of that lines the act toiling to a a great quo Tion with them. Now i Secoli to , and you or. By. A n Anh ail to , who her for such a comparative j i 110 it that the Union of this country is to to a Torii iced. Havo realized to ourselves s consequences of such an cd / tins is Niliah y Empire. Its existence spreads i n thru Liou the civilized world. 1y to Ortii Iuva would to the greatest Shock tint1, ii / Lio i and free government have received ii., Ute naive in Ita Coda Quencez More vital to Mankind and to the Groat principles upon which the i a try of Mankind do pends than the Tvr Nib. Revolution with All it blood and i h All its War for what upon i Oslo no concerning tbi.5 line of division by tween Elvery and Freedom Why i. President suppose this Day nil the Southern Sti Les being refused this right Beim refused this partition Bein Ltd Deled Ohio privilege i a1 ,. A a were to separate from the Northon Statf-3, and i a a 1 c a f0� Bors f 1 old Tel a do it peace ugly and Rhen were to come to you j Zoh u �1 revolt 10vd.ut cd Sua peacefully and no War Between j Belleve a a buc Road a ?88 us let us Divide the territories of Iha i p0s8t9sta, the. American people this gives United states a could the Northern Section of i it run Csc. With or i the country Relue to just ailed Iii what in of nor in in Kentucky will would you give them what would the Lair i a Valji ?_3tanel by the proportion if you allowed them their fair la a a pc by Moo if this satisfaction live proportion not give them As much i not. Seduce her the clamor As ii now Pio posed to assigned Oti the South i a a it v<�?T,l.10di seductions and temptations Eru Side of that line and would they not a i a a a a to Lul Len wl11 her to move one by p Liberty to carry their slaves there i they pleased Fth of 8\ood a a cons Titu you would give them Tho whole of that and it been devoted to it and is this then what would its Fate Fth a Titi faction and i believe All the states of the South that Are net desirous of disunion As a better thing than the in on and the intr. Mangle so a plan off Pilju tent. Of monday december 24f,b, or. Douglas introduced a joint Resolution into Tho Senate proposing amendments to Tho Constitution of the history with this everlasting stigma and blot upon United states with a View of restoring peace and it sir wish to god it was in my Power to pro serve this Union by renouncing or agreeing to i a Ive up every Conser Catious and other opinion. 1 might rot Able to discard it from my mind 1 am under no obligation to in of that. I May retain the opinion but ii i can do so great a Good As to preserve my country and give it peace and its my 1 Lii i a institutions end Ita Union , i will forego is veneer ninth thu in i a Foj a action upon my opinions. Well now my menus addressing the Republican senators,1 that is that is asked of you. Consider i Well and do no distrust the result. Is to the rest of this body the gentlemen from the South would Are gear torni ihi1, Stithe dec Bong vie us Avera it Juthe in a certain air Ion Hist i Regis red a a very Oknox ooh a to a Ive an additional in Cotti Iii Ioner to return the Uve a i i a obtained the larger fee a to the s. Oil i of five to id Lei the the Samo in in t a i it 00 of the oem ions Bexai Duce o i to the no of ten doll dollars. Bolli i have �?�.uc�o1 it stood f ?, sir that i is fit a of that Lavi waded i inc a. H Vagos by it i Gonei i t of i had admit a i of the c Uit traction in the Norilein states h it at the Ciz is Ivo qui red upon Hui Foy of i o Mikhil to go with Hita to Hunt up is to to it i s it in i Arres the and this cd a it Cha Oliou. They said a Titi t in s a is you make no such requisition in pm nor sir. Tho Section econ is it upon til a general principle of humanity then that you Republican senators wish to put an end to slavery or is it to to urged by you As a Mere tonic and Point of party controversy to sustain party Powei surely i give you credit for Loat Sigil at it upon broader and More generous principles. Then in the worst event after you have encountered disunion that greatest of All political calamities to the people of this country and the disunion is s come the separating states demand or take their portion can take and will entitled to take All that a 11 lie on the Southern Side of the line which i have Ropo . Then they will have a right to permit Elavery to exist in it. And what do you gain for thecile of anti slavery nothing whatever. Suppose you should refuse their demand and chum the a a Lelor yourselves that would a la i rant injustice which you would not to willing that i Oil s impose would occur. But if you chi what t? Iho consequences a state North and a state South Aud All Tho states North vivid Smith Ronal to attempting to grasp at and s in i this territory and to get All of it that that y could. That would the struggle and you would live War and not Only disunion but All these i a Consi que Nefs would follow fre m your ret u al now to permit slavery to exist to recognize it As Esis ing on the Southern tide of the Prepose Lii in while you give to the people thic him right to exclude it when they come to form a suit government if such should their will pleasure. Now , in Viera of subject in View of the mighty consequences in View of the great events which Are before you and of Iho mighty consequences which Eie j is now to take effect is it nor to ter to .tp� toe question by a division upon the line o. To Missouri com Promise for thirty years lived quietly and peacefully under it. Our people North end South were aces Tomed to lore it it As a proper end men to to it in two and just line. Can not do so again . Did it then to preseiv.1 p Ueo of tha country. Now you sen this Union in the Mon imminent danger. I declare to von Rieur. In is my Tiole Ruu conviction that unless some thing to Dun Ltd something equivalent to Zainor Hiiop shall a separated Aud divided people in six month3 from this time. That is my ii in conviction. There �3 no Man Here who deplores it More than i do but it is my sad end Mel incy a conviction that that will the const Joe no. 1 wih you to a Liz fully the Dar Ger. I w a you to realize fully the inc is which Are to you can give increased mobility in this Union you can give it an it x ?.co, a glorious exist ence for great and glorious centuries to come by now setting it upon a Perm in it basis recognizing what the South considers As i a right and this la the greatest o than All a is that Jou should Divide the territory by this Lino and allow the people South of it to have Civ cry when Thev Are admitted into the u a Ion a a �5-.-es, and to have it during the sex is.,- of the territorial . That i nil. Is it not toe Che Peot Price at which such a Bleesing this Union was Ever purchased y.,u think Perrin is or some of you that Thero is no danger to to it will Bir Thunder and pass away. Do not onto Tun such a fatal delusion. I Tell v. U a it i of. I till you that As Suro a s and Here in Dou will pro stress. I fear that it my 8w>i�? up even old Kentucky in its vortex As f a in it Ito to the Union As yet. Exists a Tao a Hola c unless something a done in to it you who Costi action will satisfied and will Admire to the Union and shall go on again in our great career of National glory. But sir it is not necessary for to speak to you of the consequences that will follow disunion. Who of us is not proud of Tho greatness have achieved disunion and separation destroy that greatness. Once disunited Are no great. The nations of the Earth who have looked upon you As a formidable Power a mighty Power Aud rising to unfold and immeasurable greatness in the future will scoff at you. Your dig that now claims the respect of Tho world that pro Testa american property in every port and a Bor of the world that Potesta the Righta of your Cili Zous everywhere what will become of it w h it becomes of its glorious i Linen cd a Dos gone and with it the Protection of american Cit Ziv and property. To say milling of the National Honor which it displayed to the world the protec1 k a of your rights Tho prote Cien of your property abroad is gone with the Nav ional chg. And Aro realtor to conjure and contrive different digs for our different republics according to the feverish fancies of revolutionary pit Rio s and i starters of the peace of the world no sir i went to follow no such Flag. I want to preserve the Union of my coup by. h Ive it in cur pester to do so and Are responsible in do not. I do n get despair of the pubic. When i fee before n senators of so much intelligence and so much patriotism who have been so horned a their country sent Here As guardians of that very which is now in a a Ieslin sent Here As the guardians of our National Rii rats and As guardians of that National Flag i in not despair i can nor despond. I can not but believe thai they will find some Means a reconciling Ami adjusting the rights of All parties by conce Sious i necessary so As to preserve and give Mora stability to Tho country and to Ita institutions. Nil a is i o i i on the a trued according to tha i = or it of it i Nipp Only i Ati should b-. it i of name Rig a proce a for thy arrest of r All a a or o a a of process tint a a ecu in local on co Samiec where end is resisted m tin duty or where having sex Cott arrest an it Cpl is m to i pro of such on Arn a d end limit the right of the duly of a to Cere g evil to Oil other process Pereo of the trailers Quot to Tho m a a shul execution of a that bes in is require to ii it us Oriu. of his ois duty by the Cue the alive As a. Ill obviate this of Tho master what As in a Ono May called position to the Oxe upon to m rest my the 1 in i Avo pc Vidd of Tiff or. Sir. I Quot it the am and ments to the j nym tui in i propose certain other provisions of the Constitution itself Hail unalterable thereby forming a and basis of pece Aud trat a Mility am no the poop s. Among the pro visions in the or int Constitution which i have by amendment prep Ted to Render unalterable is that in the i 3�?~, a Rivele of the cons Itu Tion which provides the Rule for rent event a Ion including in the cite up a in to acc fifths of the slaves. That is to rendered unc Hanc . Another a the prov Hion Lor the delivery of fugitive slaves. Tint in to rendered unchangeable. And with these provisions or. President it seems to have a solid f und ton upon which May rest our Hopes for the restore lion of Pecac and Good will among All Tho states of this Union and All Trio people. I propose sir to enter into no paid Zeular . I have explained the Neutral Loope Obj Jet of my proposition. I have provided further which i Ouight to mention that there having b in some difficulties experienced in the courts of the United states in the South in carrying into execution the Laws no Tho afric d a ave Trade All Tho additions Lunon Mii s which May in Coss u y to those Latva to Render the in effectual Shenhui immediately adopted by congre3j, and especially the provisions of those which prohibit the importation of african slaves into the Unius . 1 have inn her provided t As a recommend to Ali the states of this Union that whereas have been passed of an tin constitutional character and All Laws Are of that character which either conflict with the Coos Titu Lional acts of Congress or which in their operation a i Binder or delay the prompt execution of the acts states to pay _ who might of coi�eres.�, which Laws Are null and void and n ves a o n. J methodism ticks it a am the in the Kab cat Slis 01�?T it Sibyl is. Jiyu a. A. F. To. Or 1. La. a in her of Mai by hid 11 p Jake i a Iii it a , Xiv Turk. In or , in co., India polio. This work i i Vanuble historical review of tie doctrine or Giti Rise Progress and Triumph of method san and an inquiry into the cans a of it such cos. It would saying but Little Lor this work to say Whir every method is. Phon d read it for a Var body should and Tiewand Iii a oel Irra. The inaugurated by John Wesley Hus already had a marked i in c. A on the political moral a oct a i and religious erudition of Mankind. Irs Lutzic career no anti c m �ore-., in the boundless and Ever widening pro Pec rive ahead of it. Cirr. George masaachii8etfa,who in j president of the Chicago Republican conventi ii. Thus denounces the personal Liberty Laws of that state in my judgment the enact Meta of our legislature which Are intended or calculated to impair the Force and of fact of the fugitive slave Acta of Congress arc wholly unconstitutional and void. They should never have been passed and ought not to permitted to remain on our statute Book. 1 denounced them when they were first projected and have never failed to feel and express a deep regret that any of our people should have been led by acts of Sirju Siigeo on the part of any of our Piater s i Tea to retaliate by an act of indefensible g on our own part. Vote of the Vertu Wost off icia3. Havo at last the completo official vote o the North Wea Ern states at the late presidential election. Ilcare it a j Doug 1k7,230 cued from the officers of the Law was lost by the same vote the republicans All voting in the \ negative. J other propositions were offered and j voted upon but none of leading importance none that would meet Tho great exigencies of the limes. J or. Davis submitted a Resolution expressly Cognize no property in slaves but no vote was i taken on it. I or. Toombs submitted a series of Resolution j embracing subset anti Illy the principles of the j yet though i nil and void they have been the source of i fill if and disc Cut in the country. Under the extraordinary Circum Tances in which Are priced i have supposed that it would not Impi opa unbecoming in Congress to rec out menu to the slate-1, both North and South the repeat of All such acts of As were intended to control or intended to obstruct tin operation of the acts of Congress or which in their opera tin and application have Bee i made use of for the purpose of such hindrance and opposition tint they will repeal thei Laws or make Breckinridge platform but final action was not Suc Pia nations or Corric ions of them is to taken of them. Wili find ii Mil a a Kunnie of nor Yore a in new i lists. Liy so Murton. Sci Iii i o Jacki on i a .lister.-. New Turk. For Ealo by Yii Motiu sic to Iuo this work is composed of a series off a Teit cd of real life told. 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Scott a Lieut general Scott h Here on official business. is greatly concerned about the condition of the country and this morning spoke of it with tears in i eyes. Lie said to was three years old when the Constitution was , and was now then fort on Tho verge of eighty. To did not wish to a a Vivo the Down tall of the Union. is a Tkv no earnet coeds to governors Dennison of Ohio and Andrews of Massachusetts both now Here to Agre to a Compromise founded of Jmst Viire pb.3 a Wushi not Jinn co Respondence of the in Hutu a i p press to Manj. Do tiie Moon if behaving herself with Groat propriety now shining sweetly rip idly complying with her contract with Tho Gas company can to some of our Plata Praise her for it the play of the til very moonbeams in the Virgin Snow b inks the Sheen and All that would sound Well a verse. Prevent their being used for any Suca mischievous purpose i Havo endeavoured to look with impartiality from one end of our country to the other i have endeavoured to search up what appeared to to the closes of discontent pervading the land and is tar 1 am capable of doing so i hav3 endeavoured to propose a remedy Tor them. Lam far from believing that in the shape in Wlch i tiny ent the cedi measures they will meet with the accept of the semite. It a ill Lalicic utly Era ii Vine. If with the amendments that the Superior know Keg of Tho Senate May make to them they shall to any effectual extent Quint the eos utry. Or. dangers surround us the Union of these states is dear to the people of the Umi states. The Long experience of its Blees Inyo the mighty Hopes of the future have made it dear to to hearts of the american people. i Ever politicians May say whatever of Dis Sensi i May in the heal of parly politics is created among our people when you come Down t the question of the existence of the com Titu Tion that is a question beyond All party politics i the it is a question of life and death. The Copeti Union and the Union Are the life of this 2reat people yes sir the life of life. All desire i to preserve them North and South that is the Universal desire. But some of the Southern states l smarting under what they conceive to Alegres lot the int the chosen alternately j cd Tiv in Northern Brethren and of Tho not them slates Are not contented to continue this curtion and Aro taking Steps formidable Steps toward a dissolution of the Union and the anarchy and the bloodshed i fear that Are to follow. I say sir Are in the presence a or state Kent Nel. , i 27, 1 00. I icon. W. Mckee need ii a Rno apol j orgy for Ming to you the following surges tons of amendments to the of the 1 United is Ucb in addition to those proposed in j Tho Senate a Lew Days ago by the lion i do j i Crit Tede it so Humble an individual As am May permitted to Quot Mccond the motion 1 of hat 1 distinguished Keiiti Puu. I make the Suggit a iou to you because you represent on the committee of thirty three the slate of which i am a citizen and because i believe you will give them a Lair and candid consideration 1. The right transit and temporary sojourn ment to slaveholder with slaves in the free states and if the sieves escape the same right of reclamation a in the Case of slaves escaping from Oue state into a other. If in connection Vith this Congress should pass an act Modi ing in some of its harsher Fea Tures the fugitive Stive aet but not making it less efficient and t of free states will repeal their obnoxious a personal Liberty Bills the question of slavery provided or. Crittenden a ments accepted May forever put to Resto far at least ast o North is concerned. 2 the election of president and vice president from the North and from the South and when the president a l Iken irom Tho North let the v president taken from the South and vice versa. By this arrangement each Section will always have an equal Shiro in filling the two highest a 0f , events. must elevator ourselves to offices known to the government. I am a Yoa a a Southern Man Boru and bred and my s spathies Are with my native state Blit it i know my own heart i am not asking anything Tor nor yielding anything to the South which May i of in All fairness and Justice asked for and yielded to that Section of cur common country. Oar government the a St which god ha3 Ever vouchsafed Tom in never would have existed bin Tor the Ophir of Compromise and Donees Ion which unified our fathers. If the men of the present Day could feel a our fathers did Iho Ruit of a Good government j Aiono of opinions a that a a they m they would promptly bring their opinions and Umby the Constitution Aud Tho c prejudices and Minc plea too if need to the altar and i it r Mem eat n grand Pence it flaring for Tho Public Good. Then All our troubles would overcast Aud peace and Good will to restored to our present distracted country. Very truly yours a. H. Davidson. The level of the great occasion. No party warfare about Mere party questions or party measures ought now to engage our attention. They Are let behind they Are As dust in the Ilance. The life Tho existence of our country of our Union is Iho mighty question Aud must elevate ourselves to nil those considerations which to i to ii j High Hui act. 1 Hope the Deloro gentlemen will to bring the Rince Csc spirit of conciliation the pm Ore t spirit desire to adjust All these Deli cubes and to think nothing of any Little con May make if country pm have disunion that anarchy and War will Folio it that All this will take Piloo in six months 1 believe a confidently As i believe in your arts ecco. I want to satisfy you of to fact. Or. President i arise to suggest another consideration. I have b Jen sunni cd of find noon a Little examination that u too peace of 17i3 was made which Cogno cd the in pm Deuce of this coun by great Brit i Quot to 5?. A Oes North of Mason and Dixon a hoc h of but a territory o Ono Hundred a a. J ii the Tod a it Nir Miles while the s South of Mason to a i Dixon a line had morn than Alx d thu Saud Square i Lei it was divided. Virginia shortly afterwards ceded to the United states All that Noble Terri Oil s of tic Ohio River and exclude d shivery Iron it. That changed Tho relative proportion of territory. Alter that the North had four Hundred and to Eniy five thousand Tquary Miles and Ile South three Bun dred Aud eighty five thou emd. To it us at once by the concussion of Virginia the North from Ono Hundred i and Oil y four Tho sind Rose to four Hundred and Twenty five thu aul a chi ire Miles and the South fell from six t it. Sand to three Hundred and eighty Iivo Thoi Eano Square Miles. By the it i the South became smaller in extent than the North. Weil let a look beyond. I in end to take up As Siulc time As possible and to avoid detail but take and you Aub Seq Lens Acque Silious of Thorulf o. Louie Itna. Of Oregon of the made from Mexico. They Havo been a divided Aud so disposed of that the by a now two million two Hundred thousand inti Etc Miles of territory and the South Lias loss than v<6 million. Under these circumstance when you have beet 80 greatly magnified a i a not Cote pm Sia of i i am stating facts who your so a of bus been made so mighty by these great acquisitions an to a great extent with Tho perfect consent of the South ought you to hesitate now upon.doptit this line which will leave to you on the North Side of it nine Hundred and Odd thousand Square Milts and leave to the South Only two Hundred and eighty five thousand ? it will give you threw times As much Cain Wil give her. Tieru is three times in much had in your portion As in hers the South has already occupied some of it and it a in Tho states but altogether the South sets by this i Misiou two Hundred and eighty five thousand Square indies and the North nine Hundred thousand. Tho result of the whole of it is that the North has two million two Hundred thousand Square Milts and the Sou ii Only one million. I mention this As no reproach m no upbraiding As no complaint none I do not speak in that spirit i do not address y u in that temper. But these Are the facts and they ought it seems to to Havo some weigh and when come to Mako a peace offering Are to count it Are to measure it nicely in Goblet Scales you get u Price and the do Areat Price for All the Concession to my in you have the firmer establishment of your Union you Havo the restoration of peace Ami trans , and the Hope of a mighty future All Cirod by this Concession. How daily must one Inguid uni or two individuals or m my individuals value their private opinions if they think them More important to the world than this mighty interest of the Union and government of the United states sir it is a cheap sacrifice. H is r. Glorious sacrifice. This Union Cost a great Deal to establish it it Cost the Yit loing of Mueh i u die opinion Aud much off icy besides the direct of indirect coat of it m nil the War to establish the Independence of this country. it was done general a Rivington himself Aid provid has helped us or could not a comp in leu this thing. And this Gilt of of Wisest men this great work of their Handy this work in flit foundation and the Structure of which Providence herself with her Benignant hand helped Are to give i All up for such Small con Idera Iona the present exasperation the present Ferling of disunion is the result of a Long continued Koutro Versy of the subject of slavery and of territory. I shall not attempt to Aid that controversy it is unnecessary to the occasion and might harmful. In relation to such Cou Rove Isles i will say though that All the wrong is it ver on Ono aide or All the right of the other. Right and a Rong in this world and in All such controversies Are mingled together. I forbear now any discussion or any reference to the right or wrong of the controversy the Mere party controversy but in Tho Progress of party now come to a Point where party Assn to deserve consideration and the preservation of the Union demands our highest and our greatest exertions. To preserve Tho Constitution of the a Nuttry is the highest duty of the a snatch the highest duty of Congress to preserve it and to perpetuate it that May hand Down the glories which have received to our children and to our posterity and to generations far beyond us. Are senators in poaitien8 where history a to take notice of the course to pursue. History is to record us. It is to record that when the destruction of the Union was imminent when to saw it tottering to its full when saw Brothers arming their hands for hostility with one Sno her to stood quarrelling about Points of party politics about questions which attempted to Sanctify and to consecrate by appealing to our conscience us the Sou of them Are to to allow such fearful Chatag Trophina to occur while to stand Trilling away our time while stand thin showing our inferiority to the great and mighty dead showing our inferiority to the High positions which occupy the country May destroyed and ruined and to the amazement of All the world in it great Fiu Aucta . The Lioanel Burden which has weighed to heavy on this Market a a Little Liitt ii by the Large Iti of of specie Aud the mercantile Pei i of the Community begin to breathe More Hedy. Those who reside in Tho Interior and have never been caught beneath such a Birdon know Noih ing of Iti crushing weight it �3 not the Mere apprehension of bankruptcy which renders Lii pressure intolerable those who have a Laree surplus of property share in the anxiety Wii i those who Are virtually insolvent. The difficulty is not in the want of a sufficient balance to the credit of profit Aud loss but in Rise Scarcity of present available capital. When the Money Market is very stringent Iho question is not How much Money is a Man Worth but How much has to pay that determines the Misuro of his trouble. During the height of Tho pressure now relaxing in its severity in has been not most impossible to convert description of properly into ready Money. Ileal estate would not pay u note at Bank Aud the most imperishable commodities actually in hand would not save u protest. Staple articles of i could Uota turned into Coin sugar was no better than the empty Hogshead 1 to fill Tho Gap of us maid loan and even Cotton Tho most favorite merchandise a All past years because of its ready Convent ability had no corresponding equiv amp Lent Tua would acc pod at the counter of Bonk. Jer Etiore in times the in St Coliori of Tho Holder of property was to sell ii Hia at a red old Valuo end thus a iliac Tho Cash sufficient for Jubia necessities. Whan the Price depreciated too no july under the Pri quire Toeltl Hia next step was to Hypothecate Hia merchandise or other assets with some capitalist or Well known commission merchant nod thua obtain a loan o Money or an ii Cyptar that would bring the Money in the Reet. I extreme cases when oven this Rich Ade of paper could not negotiated could exp it Liioi ducts and or Diz j the Cash at Oace upon a Bill of Exchange. Kiili of Tetuo resources to Ivo recently iat led. Trio property would not sell or Money Tho Cash could not to borrowed upon a of it no matter How wide themar Tho acceptances o the Best houses were not convertible and lastly Tho Sale of Exchange was blocked and a a nippers a tro no Batter off than holders there was no Price in rat Jan or out of reason which would command the ready Money. recount these features of Tho crisis not for the Sake of painting an effective scene but to explain to those who were beyond the Cirolo thus oppressed and yet More or Lesa connected with its interess the difficulties through which their Lii ends and correspondents Here love been compelled to pass Aud Thuo to in Cream the measure of their consideration and sympathy. The fear of a dishonoured obligation in More to a solvent merchant than Tho fear of Ahio Luto failure is to one what has been trembling on the verge of in solvency it iced Tho six weeks have added pie Maturo wrinkles and streaks of Grey to Many foreheads upon which the Lap a of years of Ordi nary Prosperity would have left no such footprints. arc glad to turn Froid Rheee sad or strip Tiona to Iho More comforting indie of pres ent Relief now dawning upon us. And just hero wish not to to misunderstood. There is danger hat a Quick rebound from to severity of the Lia Ancial pressure will Lead some to Lay aside All cur Oti a if Tho Days of adversity were entirely Over. Thy Relief Are to have a evident in not an in time Quot ii. E return of the old Prosperity. is of Indus by have Baen silenced that can not to set i i motion again for months to come. To Hominda have been thrown out of employment who will want bread Long before the employer will recall Tun to their floor. These Idle communities will not buy luxuries and Many must to i mind to the Purchase of comforts if not of necessities. This will everywhere Cheek the current of Trae Aud it must take Mouths to get these Shaun Els free and fill them again for useful Ness even if there no Lurcher disturbing Causa. During this iut Muus Ion la Cro Muhl of necessity a curtail mint of credits and of course Tho process of will going in to the effect of Mir living All the avenues of profitable b is Ness. The Relief which to Havo gained is therefore merely the Means of facilitating this Beni Dation this settlement of debts. Our actual capital hero has increased nearly eight millions of dollars i i Gold with More still to come this Givis die beyond the amount thin gained for it unlocks a Largo surplus of available Means which had been withheld Ochoa ipod for fear of a crash that would Render its recovery impossible. To May hear of farther trouble in London but the .iu lock Here is removed and with shia additional help can now Bear the Shock of evil tidings. W , doubles to stirred up and excited by further Domestic political complies Tio in but unless have actual , the process of battlements will to Lii to carried on without being again absolutely interrupted. In Dies is not As hopeful a View of our ii Naycial condition an the sanguine would Jua i y from the Prospect before a it a at least Ono which the solid merchant will know Tiow to App Rechini and it is so much brighter in contrast than the sad apprehensions which prevailed a Little while since that have All Good reason to a thankful that it May safely enjoyed. It a too Yoou to count up the wreck irom the atom its greatest fury Trust has been spent but tha future can alone record the damages have puff red or Are yet to Seffer from i s York journal of Commerce 2mt. Limited by the Plain sense and intention of Tho instrument constituting that compact As no fur. Tier valid than they Aro authorized by the Grants enumerated cd that compact a Etc. Or. Madison in Hia report on the above said a the Constitution of the United states was preserving the Union. His proposition was read j formed by the Sanction of the Spates Given by a a a a a. Each in its Sovereign capacity. Tho states thed being parties in their love reign capacity there can not a tribunal above them to decide in the 1 is .iort. So they in the last resort inuit decide questions of sufficient magnitude to require their Virginia in her ratification Dib a that the Powers granted under the Conti tuntion being derived from the people of the United states May resumed by them whenever the same shall perverted to their injury and Rhode Island in her ratification said a thai the Powers of government May Bare assumed by the people whenever it shall become necessary to their Hon. Philip p. Barbour when nominated for the vice presidency said a the people of the states Are parties to Tho compact in their character of states that the Constitution has not conferred upon the judicial department any political Power whatever that therefore in relation to questions of this character there a no common Umpire that consequently the states must cide for themselves. This is the right but what is the remedy my opinion a that the Only rightful remedy a that of Edward Livingston an Able Jurist in the debate on foot a Resolution says a if an aet one of Thomao fun which Caa not submitted to the supremo court and Ono that will in the opinion of the Stone justify the risk of a withdrawal from Tho Union that this la3t extreme remedy May at once resorted to. A that the theory of the Federal government being Tho result of the general will of the people of the United states in their aggregate capacity and founded in no degree on compact Between Tho states would place three fourths of the states at the mercy of the fourth and Lead to a consolidated government and finally to Nithaniel Macon of North Carolina in a letter to Hon. P. Carson 1833, Aye a i Havo always believed that a state might secede when she pleased provided that she would pay her proportion of the Public debt this i have considered the beat guard of the Public Liberty and Public Justice that could at a meeting at Charlotte court Bouse Virginia in 1833, John Randolph presented in a Brilliant speech the following a resolved that Virginia has never parted with the right to recall the authority so delegated for Good and sufficient cause nor with the right to. Judge of the Ruffio Eucy of Ench cause and to secede from the confederacy whenever she shall find the bin Evita of the Union exceeded by Ita evils Union being the Means of securing happiness and not a end to which they should sacrificed a or. Terrell an Able statesman and Learned Jurist says a the Union of the states thus resting upon a covenant entered into by every state with its co state when the terms of this covenant Are supposed to broken by any of them Quot Are there a no common arbiter to decide Between the parties it a of necessity that each state must judge for itself and act Aaita own judgment May dictate. If in the honest exercise of this judgment any Sovereign state declares the covenant broken by Ita cd state and chooses to dissolve Tho Union thereby established for this cause she has the perfect right to do so and this makes secession from Tho Union As to that party Only. A the Security of Tho Union a to found in Tho common affections and common interests of the states and not in the Bijo nets of its Boldery. By such feelings alone was the Union first formed by such Seoi Wimenta alone Haa it been Sirce maintained and by such sentiments alone Cao it preserved. Once deny this right of secession when it is claimed and prevent or punish Ita existence by military Force and surely a night 8uocecda the Day our destiny As a free people is fulfilled. The right of secession is a constitutional rights a every right and every Power too not disparaged by any of the Grants and prohibitions continued in the Constitution Arees orally reserved therein and so become constitutional rights and please excuse to for troubling you to such amp. Length. N. Athens Georgia december 18g0, a first and second time and referred to Tho com Milter of thirteen. It a a follows joint Resolution. olved by tin Senate and Hose of rear Chen i tines of the United states of America in Congress assembled two thirds of both houses concurring that the following articles and Are hereby proposed nud our minced As amendments to the of the United states which Hall valid to ail intents and purposes As part of said Constitution when ratified by conventions of three Lourtha of Tho several a Atea. Article Xiii. Congress shall make no Laws in respect to slavery or servitude in any territory of the United states and the s itus of Oach territory in respect to servitude As the same now exists by Law Hall remain unchanged until the territory with such boundaries As Congress May prescribe shall have a population of fifty thousand Whito inhabitants when Tho Whito male citizens thereof Over the ago of years May proceed to form a Constitution and government for them f elves and exercise All the rights of self government consistent with the Constitution of the United states and when such new state shall contain the requisite population for a member of Congress according to the then Federal ratio of representation it shall admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original states with or without slavery As the Constitution of such new site shall provide at Tho time of admission and in the mean time such new state shall entitled to one Delegate in the Senate to chosen by the legislature and Oue Delegate in the House of representatives to chosen by Tho people having the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous Branch of the legislature and Naid delegates shall have All the rights and privileges of senators and representatives respectively except that of voting. Sec. 2. No More territory shall to acquired by the United states except by treaty or by the concurrent vote of two i hindi of each Hobo of Congress and m to acquired the status thereof in respect to servitude a it existed at the time of acquisition shill remain unchanged until it shall contain the population aforesaid for the formation of new slates when it shall subject to Tho terms conditions and privileges herein Lor the cd sting territories. Sec 3. The aria of All new states shall As nearly uniform in size As May practicable having due regard to convenient boundaries and natural capacities and shall not less than sixty nor More than eighty thousand Square Miles except in oases of islands which May contain Lees than that amount. Sec 4. The second and third clauses of the second Section of the fourth article of the Constitution which provide for delivering up fugitives from Justice and fugitives from set vice or labor shall have the Sime Force in the Torri lories and new Statas As in the states of the Union and Tho said clause in respect to fugitives from Justice shall construed to include All crimes committed within and against the Laws of the state irom which the fugitive fled whether the nets charged to Cri Muul or not in the state where the fugitive was Diomid. Sec. 5. The second Section of article of the Constitution in respect to Tho judicial Power of the United state shall deemed applicable to the tei Rit Orica Aud new states As Well As to the states of lilt Union. A article air. Soc. 1. The elective franchise and the right to hold office whether Federal state territorial or municipal shall not exercised by persons of the african race in whole or in part. Sec. 2. The United state shall have Power to acquire from Timo to time districts of country in Africa and South America for the colonization at the expense of the Federal Treasury of such Iree negroes and Rau Lattiea As Tho several states May wish to have removed from their limits Aud from the District of Columbia and such other places a May under the jurisdiction of Congress Sec. 3. Congress shall Havo no Power to abolish slavery in the places under Ita a Selusi Veturis diction and situate within the limits of states that permit the holding of slaves. St c. 4. Congress shall have no Power to abolish slavery within the District of Columbia so Long As it exists in the adjoining states of Virginia Aud Maryland or either nor without the consent of to inhabitants nor without just compensation fir3t made to such owners of slaves As do not consent to such abolishment. Nor shall Congress at any time prohibit officers of the Federal government or members of Congress whose duties require them to in Eaid District from bringing with Tho o their slaves and holding them As such daring the time their duties May require hem to remain there and afterwards taking these front the District. Sec 5. Congr�s3 Ohall have no Power to prohibit or hinder the transportation of slaves irom one state to another or to a territory in which slaves Are permitted by Law to held whether such transportation by Laud navigable Rivers or by sea but the african slave Trade shall for Ever suppressed it shall the duty of Congress to make such Laws As shall necessary and effect Una to prevent the migration or importation of Slayen or persons owing service or labor into the United states from any foreign country place or jurisdiction whatsoever. Sec 6 in addition to the provisions of the third paragraph of the second Section of the fourth article of the Constitution Congress shall have Power to provide by Law and it shall Ita duty so to provide that the United states shall pay to the owner who shall apply for it the full value of his fugitive slave in All Caes when the marshal or other officer whose duty it waa to arrest said fugitive was prevented irom to doing by violence or in to radiation or when after arrest said fugitive was rescued by Force and the owner thereby prevented and obstructed in the Pursuit of his remedy for the recovery of Hia fugitive Slavo under the said clause of the Consoli to Tim and the Laws made in pursuance thereof. And in All such Kaaea when the United states shall pay for such fugitives they shall have the right in their Tom name to sue the county in which such violence intimidation or Rescue was committed and to recover front it with interests and damages Tho amount paid by them for said fugitive Slavi. And the said county after it has paid said amounts to the United states mayor its indemnity and recover from the wrong doers or rescuers by whom the owner was prevented from tiie recovery of his fugitive slave in like manner As too owner himself May have sued and recovered. Sec. 7. No future amendment of the Constitution shall affect this and the preceding article nor the third paragraph of the second Section of Tho first article of the Constitution nor the third paragraph of the second Section of the fourth article of said Constitution and no amendment shall a made to the Constitution which will authorize or give to Congress any Power to abolish or interfere with slavery in any of the states by who3o Laws it a or May to allowed or sanctioned. A lie Union is Ulm Olvid. Atone of clock Aud fifteen minutes p. M., yesterday the 20th Day of december 1860, South Carolina formally seceded from the United states of North America. Let there no More talk of delay no More attempt Quot at Compromise with Northern treason no More waiting to see for South Carolina Haa severed Tho links o the Union and state after state will wheel into rank by her Side. Mississippi Alabama Florida will soon out of the Union and if Georgia wishes to take any part in the formation of Tho Southern Republic Aud making the new Constitution Sho must get ready a soon As possible. Position a taken and Tho word a a Vance. Augusta of constitutionalists served. The great difficult Here sir i know it i or Cognize it is the difficult question particularly i h the Gentl men from the North a the Quot do Mission of ibis line of division for the territory j h it the very Hope of that Libe Ray which and the recognition of slavery on the one pide 1 a a heretofore enjoyed carrying with it in place r and the prohibition of it on the other. The of the peace have enjoyed nothing Bud rave peaceable As a text the ordinal of secession passed of the 20,h by the South Carolina convention at Charleston the Indianapolis daily Sourn Nln the Central pub Icen Organ of Indiana Saya let her go in peace it scouts the Ilea of using Force to Loep s Mill Carolina in the Union a Kab Issue with Tho cowardly hot head who cry for War and yet Wio not a to Here a son of them would Elioud r a Musket or take a sold Ray snuff of Burnt powder. Tiie Jurun it in s editorial adopt Cim it a place inn Iii l it to the Public. It is the Tiue doctrine furl Wayne times rep cd the Indiana legislature convenes on thunk Day january 10th�?two a from yesterday. From the chronicle and Sentinel. Has a state tiie i tight to secede As a georgian never will admit that Georgia a individuality is merged into a consolidated mass. Oor government a a compact formed by submitted to and adopted by the states formed for a your Mutual Benefit and Mutual Protection a fail log to afford either Georgia or any other state can Plant herself on her reserved rights and throw off that government. To support the position to .er to Troup Jefter son , Barbour Livingston Macon Randolph Aud Tazewell. Perhaps before Rife ring to these it May As Well to state that Massachusetts so full of Liberty Bills and negro Equality seems to hold the right of secession As on the records of her legislature Are to found the following resolved that Tho annexation of Texas is Piso Facto a dissolution of the Union. Resolved that Texas being annexed Massachusetts a out of the Union. First the Kentucky resolutions of 1788, drawn by or. Jefferson a i Bat the several states comprising to United states Are not United on the principle of unlimited submission to their general government but that by compact under Tho style and title of a Constitution for the United state8, amendments thereto they constituted a general government for special purposes reserving each stale to itself the residuary m Isa of right to their own self government that to this compact each state acceded As a state and a an integral party that this government Crea cd by this compact was not made the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the Powers delegated to itself since that would have made its discretion and not the con Htit Tiou Tho measure of its Powers but that As in All other cases of compact among Pirdies hav ing no common judge each paty has an equal right to judge for itself As Well of infractions As of the Mode and measure of gov. Troup in writing to messes. Taylor Brown Butler and others a 1830,said a what Ever the people of South Carolina in con ution shall resolve for their safety interest and happiness will right and none will have the right to question it. You can change your own government at pleasure and therefore you can throw off the government of Tho Union whenever the same safety interest and happen eat require it. If ambition and Averice shall make of the Federal government Acure and Tho states Are to held to it bag duet their will our condition differs in nothing from the old provinces of Turkey or Persia a a there can not a greater fallacy than that Tho Union a to preserved by a Power in the general government to coerce tiie states the existence of sovereignty excludes Tho idea of Force. Ours is a govern i ent of opinion of voluntary a social my the Only guar Anty for Union if Justice. A the co Natitus Ion administered according to its letter and spirit can dispense nowning but jus Tice and Tho character of Tho american people is a Rufii client warranty that no state would separate from the Union justifiable Reauie third. The Virginia resolutions of �?T98, drawn by Madison a that thu. Assembly doth explicitly and peremptorily that it views the pow Era of the Federal sover Mentas resulting from the compact to Tush the states Are parties a Soili Carolina convention. , 8. C., wednesday december 20. The following ordinance was Paa aed in secret Eesa on this evening Quot at a convention of the people of the state of South Carolina begun and Holden in Columbia the 17th of december i860, and thence continued by adjournment to Charleston Aud then by divers adjournments to the 26h of december of the same ordain to make provisional arrangements for the continuance of the commercial facilities of South Carolina whereas it is due to our late confederates in political Union As the United states of America As also to the Cit Zeua of South Carolina engaged in Commerce that no abrupt nor sudden change made in the rate of duty on import into the state and whereas it a not desired by this state to secure advantages in Trade to her own Porta above those of any of the slave holding states her late confederates in the said Union and whereas this ordinance for considerations indicated is designed to provisional. Therefore the people of South Carolina in convention assembled do declare ordain and it is hereby declared Aud ordained lat. That All citizens of Tho state who up to the Date of Tho ordinance of secession were holding office connected i h the customs under the United states within the limits of South Carolina and they Are hereby appointed to hold under the government of Hia state exclusively without any further connection whatever with the Federal government of the United states the same offices they now fill until otherwise direct cd and that they receive the same pay and emoluments for their services. 21. That until this convention or general As it a Embly shall otherwise Provido shall appoint to All vacancies which shall occur in such offices. 3 j. That until it a otherwise provided by this convention or Tho general Assembly the Revenue collections Aud navigation Lawa of the United states As far a May practicable and they Are hereby adopted and made Laws of the state saving that no duty shall collected upon imports from the states forming the late Federal Union known As the United state of America nor upon the tonnage of vessels owned in whole or in put by the citizens of said states and saving and excepting the acts of congres3 adopted on the 3d of March 1857, Enid Telepan act authorizing the Deposit of the papers of foreign vessels with the consuls of their respective nations which said act is declared to of no Force within the limits of this tue. 4th. All vessels built in Sou h Carolina or elsewhere and owned by the amount of on third of Tho Oil Zena of South Carolina or any of the slave holding commonwealths of North America and comm Midei by citizens thereof and to other shall registered As to Sela of South Carolina under authority of the collector by naval officers. 5th. All official acts of the officer aforesaid in which it is usual and p open to set Forth tha authority under which they act and style of documents issued by them or any of them in the name of the Stato of South Carolina. 6th. All moneys hereafter collected by to aforesaid officer shall after deducting the sums necessary for Tho compensation of the officer and other expenses paid into Tho Treasury of the state of South Carolina for the use of said state subject to the order of Thia convention or of tha general Assembly. The officers aforesaid shall retain in their hands All property of the United states in their Possession custody or control subject to the disposal of Tho state who will account for the same in the final settlement with the government of the United stares. Done at Charleston december 2g, 1860. Signed F. Jameson press to. Wattem F. Arthur. Clerk. Mexican Mustang Rich and poor Bond and free All colors grades and conditions of life the same Meed of Praise is awarded this wonderful article. Sores Are healed pains relieved lives saved valuable animals made useful Ard untold ills Asa urged by this remarkable Medicine. For cuts bruises sprains rheumatism swellings bites strained horses &o., it has no equal among liniments ointments or salves. It is the housekeepers and Farmers Friend. Weeks of illness and los3 of time Are saved by an Early application of Mustang liniment. It should always on hand. careful of whom you buy and have it warranted a genuine. All genuine will hereafter Bear the Seigna Turo of g. W. W to Brook chemist and d. A Barnes proprietor with the Worda a Trade a a a Mark in two medallions of Tho Federal car Roncy. Sold at ��5 ctg., f>0 eia., and $1 00 per Bottie by All respectable dealer i throughout the world. . Barnes amp co., lion Lei d&w2m new York. The us i Kasal remedy in Case Couoh or a whooping is probably More cases if whooping cough continued to. Reat length of Timo by Iho us of remedies containing exp Eoto rants which. Not Only aggravate the cough but run Doorn that a system making the cough fatal or producing consumption Thui by any other cause Thia is comp to by obviated in Tho Universal cough Reardy which con nothing to nau3ea or prostration Anil Tho cough yields nato Vly while Tho system ii sustained. Resulta a Nanis shia , Ard Kun Are asked to satisfy Thoms dvrs by trial. See advertisement. Nov30 Damp wlm. Of David Stuart of cd Ciao has commenced a suit Lor t la Oil or Asra inst or. Burch for personal damages in the cum of another parly cd Aims .>�?~10,000. I. Burch seems to universally . A Porf. Raja that the Marine threw ot5 Hia Chicks Tho other Day. All sorta of indignities Are offered Hia

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