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Janesville Free Press, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1853, Janesville, WisconsinThe janesv1llk Fakki 1 Kess i eve Kkt to Friday m Tho 3d Story or the Zleit a Milwaukee Ivy an association Preo Deli socials. Joseph Baker editor. Titrant Tyty in Advance for omoo for Siv Montun. 75 for three month. 50 no Rei Civet for a period than three Moulin. Thl vol. I. Janesville Wisconsin tuesday morning october 11, 1853. No. 10. Business directory. .1. Full nil j t Altorn ii no vim Llor it mid solar Tor in . Over r of Olej Vijh. K. I kukis weit Ken of tin1 Lilbur. Kiss 0 . . Sir Jon office lit Iii i Rick Cochic Tufit of Hie whole kilo Injot null i took Rimml Kui Lioner Smo Kiver Wix. No nk1.son , Jook Sollner nil Seal Kenler in paper Juii i Iii ii Meloi Loon a. Turtle us Halo it. _ s3 g. it. Crooner am Viilu of the River Janus Villu. Or Yoou paid for kinds of country pro Tun. On Imus i Usu no any other ii in Lont. N i it Len h. I .kat.k. 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Over Eliod with Voltti euro a than 1 boar 1 set Doimi ii jul liar Ioli lion ail a calling Load Nifa Routh Mill Wear rond Soini ten or a dozen Yeara after the supposed Dent i of Heck with the Reader Tel Leasly knows Ives though by Many to have been drowned in an attempt to Cross the Ohio River. Or Lemuel hurl a gentleman of High mortal Worth ,1 philanthropist und thorough reformer and especially u warm hearted Ami Friend to Tho suffering slave had occasion to travel Over Large of the Southern status . Hart for Many yearn a resident of Trio state where the introductory scene of of Story is Laid was a Man outspoken in his views and of an Independent spirit and none who were intimately acquainted with him Clab cd him Wilh the thoughtless Uno serv ing multitude that to travel from place to place with their eyes closed to surrounding Jot 1-, save their own Kol finh Money making . Jar. Hart an exception to this Clas fur he was an observing Yankee of tin1 Puri Tuu Stock. And in his Southern tour As might be expected he came in Contact Wilh a diversity of Cha vac Tor and had fair Oploh Tui Tity of views with men who Dittoe in their practice As Well As their needs on a variety of subjects. " i Ravelin South stranger for your health in Iii cd it tall spare faced Youthful looking i Cen Mountaineer in a drawling Peculiar null twang. Travern South for your in Illeth travelling on business Young Man with a desire to learn something of the Peculiar Workings of the from my own observation and of the profit or loss of shave paljor Over of acc was tie reply. Now duo said the Hilt spare faced Rili mho had but recently exchanged the free Hills Aud fresh air of his native state for the up Spect of gaining wealth Moro rapidly in the sunny Tho Laud of oppression every where blighted and withered with slavery. Well now i Tell pc stranger it works like a Charm it dues and twas Nii Uin prof Itable tue till you if Orllie its begin to make a great fuss bout it and tinker with t. An Luiu ver May be thought bout slavery up North or said Boul niggers up Thor i Tong Tho Granil rocks and snowy Hills of is of King land Jou soon find stranger when you Gil fairly Mong pm pc will that the slaves unit bused if they Only b Havo Well they re fed Well an clothed Well mind pc the Jolli Cost happiest Crittcr-5 in Tho South an More Over stranger in time 11 be freed they will and sent hum to Africa hen1 they belong Hope they will i due Liis possible i May to said the listener the two now Rode along leisurely together but we have quite a differ ent version of Tho a object among us. It is with of ome Sizow of truth i can is no you the slaves especially the Field hands Aie frequently Over scantily fed poorly Clad and inhumanly , often for slight offences and both among the Ticlad Honda and House serv tics Are broken up unceremoniously and separated and help iut and a wrenched from their mothers arms and sold to unfeeling Spych Littorio that the of the marriage covenant is denied them that Tea chefs and the benevolent forbidden to instruct them in the simple truths of the Bible and the consolations of the gos Pel duped them that the s by which once i thought in reasoned in talked j their tears and Load just As you duo stranger and b lived Tho Ings to be restored to Iligir Siomo and heir Freedom. Of who Cau paint in living colors Tho woe the pent up agonies of soul depicted on the expressive countenance of that poor slave who can describe the War of passions love revenge sorrow indescribable emotions of Kotil which were raging within and seeking alternately fur the Mastery. Kind Render imagine it to have been your Gray haired sire your Deal and indulgent Parent sorrowing for Liis beloved children kidnapped by wicked men and sold into slavery and the unhappy father compel led by the same Hind of oppression to suffer on to live forever in tie prison House of slavery and never behold Liis children Moro and your fruitful imagination alone ran fill up the picture of woe. Yet it iras some Nlle Vin Tion to that suffering slave that dying father to know Ere he was released from Tho Corro Ding chains that his children had escaped from the in kids of fiends incarnate and Micir diabolical works of darkness and Cuth. A few Mouths after Tho return of it Ezekial Wilson to his master for which the kid Napper Wiggins was paid and helped to the description and names of other runaways for whom he had gone in Pursuit he planned a scheme to emancipate himself and made an unsuccessful Effort to regain his Freedom. In this attempt he was suspected and secretly watched. Soon after he left his quarters a number of individuals took their guns and dogs and went in Pursuit. Two of these men took their station near the main Road secreted be hints a clump of late in the evening Tho hunted fugitive Fame along when Tho men on the Lookout rushed upon him and ordered him to he refused resolved to make his escape or die in the attempt. They set their hound on him Aud were confident that he would yield to them and demand Psi Stancev but the heavy Hickory club with which he had pre pared for the contest in his hands was an Over match for the blood hounds and he slew them. Tho two men then loudly demanded his surrender while to kept them some Dis Tance from him with his heavy Cudgel and they pressed upon him with their guns presented shoot him instantly showing any signs of fear or alarm he strove manfully to defend himself and finally jumped Over the Fence into a Cornfield and endear ored to make Good his rot roat. Tie owner of a neighbouring Plantation now sprung to the Fence fired and lodged the contents of his Musket in the shoulder of the fleeing he fell they secured him and carried him Back. Six or eight be am after the occurrences life described an overseer notorious for his Cru Elty to the slaves was found dead in the Timber land near the Plantation owned by Wilson s master. It was suspected that this heart less slave Driver was murdered and suspicion rested upon Kiah and another of Iho Field hands. Three men were taken up on suspicion and put to torture. They were first stripped then firmly installed Down to four lies these or noisy hair brained Ful said an printed Bui i be lived South awhile since them Days an seen for myself. They aint True stranger not Hull on i Tell be stranger slavery s a to this nation tis and i wish we wer rid of it i due a the Lazy Good for nothing niggers tue i guess t due dad an the rest on pm up North s More than a f right bout the evils of slavery an i Gree Wilh pm and prove of abolition in the abstract As they say. But yet i halts these a noisy abolitionists i fanatics that carnally arc Harpin Ait lecturing Orr bout what Don t concern pm any Way an they Don t know nothing Tail bout it an abolitionist in Tho abstract arc you Jonathan Well now i wonder you know what s my name Are you from Vermont the East Side the Mountain stranger i have never resided it Vermont but have passed through the state several times. But you arc an abolitionist in the abstract you say. Let me repeat to you a Short extract i read the other Day on that topic. Everybody knows slavery is wrong and especially wrong in the abstract. Now if we could Only make it in abstraction we might Content to hate it in the abstract. Of we could make the slave holders stave buyers and slave dealers Mere abstractions we might hate slavery in the abstract. If we could Tako these galling yokes heavy fullers and bloody whips and transform them into Mere abstractions the slaved would ask for no More and nothing would be left for us to do. And the ther stranger that due enough of that a nonsense. I Tell be stranger is i was Savin Afore i wish we War fairly rid of an the niggas i due an so do the planters of the South truth every word truth i be talked with on stranger. Why not emancipate them set the anxious slaves free Tell pc listen to me just one minute 1 11 Tell pc stranger i snowed a wealthy planter Down in Mississippi unit told his boy an slave that he might be free he did an he would a it leave no he would it an said he d Rath or be a slave and live with Massa than have his Freedom just at this time Young Jonathan Bethought himself he had important business on the other Road and perhaps he began to think it was not the Ensi Ett thing in the world to de lend the Peculiar institution. And reigning Liis Little pacer into a by Road he hurried Awny saying As he did so Good by Stran mi1. Hart still pursuing Hilj Gurncy leisurely in a Southern direction began to make observations and Tako notes for himself upon the Workings of the slave system. One Day lie saw a number of wretched dejected beings tailings on a Cotton Plantation and he introduced himself to the overseer and made some common place remarks about his employment the hands he was working these slaves were almost naked and appeared the most unhappy of any he had observed. The backs and limbs of most of Ihm were badly scar cd and marked with the whip while a few were bleeding with fresh wounds. After observing them a Lew moments one of the num Ber seemed particularly to interest him and attract attention to was a Man a Parent by something less than fifty wearing an an Saxon countenance and rather delicate limbs slightly tinged however Wilh african blood Liis reputed father a a wealthy and influential planter who for held the office of judge his Mother was alight and hand some Quad Roon whose african blood had nearly bleached White. His Manly spirit Bro Ken and subdued his Constitution destroyed find his whole appearance changed by the toil did buffering he had endured Imd the anxiety of mind to Hud suffered. After careful observations and sonic conversation with the owner of this lot of hands or. Hart perceived or fancied he perceived a resemblance Between this unhappy Man and the.St father of the stolen children 3-Jlleu and Samuial Home Days after n. Conversation with the Mas Ter and while with the hands in the Field he enquired of this wretched slave his name without blackening Liis labor or see mag to notice who spoke to him to they Call to Kiah evidently wishing to have As Little to say to strangers As possible. At the first favourable Opportunity How Ever he sought and obtained an interview Wilh the injured and abused Man. He was indeed the unfortunate and wretched Wilson. He said he was looking fur death to release him from his chains and sufferings. Through the Decoit Julnes iia continued tie Black hearted treachery of a monster a fiend in human shape i was overpowered and forced to travel u Long and unpleasant journey Back to 1113 und cruel master urged Forward by the very Man who first basely deceived and then with the assistance of oth ers wicked and inhuman if possible As him suit bound to tortured me and compelled me to sacrifice my happiness and Liberty to his 1 pm Peet of in kind a few dollars by the operation. What Scio 1113 feelings and mental 1 sufferings can be better imagined than told. I what a sense of wretchedness and horror were in my future path. I was again to endure i the cruelties and sufferings of body and mind i had full in other years and How much More i knew not. After some fatigue and deprivation 1 was arraigned before my master. Roving a and cruelly marked countenance a he interrogated to about leaving him and seeking my own and to sought to invent Aud inflict severer tortures upon Rue than Ever before because i had dared to use these god Given in Pursuit of an Uible and the Pursuit of Hap but Why do i Tell my talc of woe or talk of my unhappy state these i can endure for a season. But there arc other thoughts that Bew Ilder my brain i once had a Loving family and pleasant Home where no chains clanked in my ears for bloody whip starred my Back o my affectionate wife and my dear dear children god in mercy keep them from slavery s cursed Power. I with to hear Jar. Hart and yet i dread to know. O Tell me sir that they still live that they ave free from the tyrant s Pewor that Tho last Hope the faint Raj at Joy in my the Iii quor ish nol a Ghoul wis , nor croaker a note 1 10 disk to the court Huus to Haslet not h hog i Rno Isu nil Iii thursty Trout fro iks Lii icy there spilled and to i Rod the Critter there in sight of i goodly number of people by tin Sun s resplendent genial Light just in front of Tho Cost a i in less there were spoke As i i took from the Wagon the barrel but Tho t of Ilia noises arid Chin sums broke and Liliu Midnight Row and Nuar Rul. Few a us Short were the jests to said and we thought of the Topor a sorrow if pit a Misc he Shom thump on Tinl barrel head a in pay end Lono on the Morrow. We the night of rags and squalid Sheds and How sets and dealers would i Nutter and i uses he sup on our sober Heads win n they melt the fumes from the Gutter. Silly Lioy in talk of Tho spirit Towt s Gonis and of wakes Ami and pc Good Tinea that might have Boon known o or that demolished barrel of whiskey. But f of the liquor had i irelnd out who lock Loul tie hour of retiring and n knew by a soaker s random about that he too was suddenly firing so Frlj us Ido the barrel was Laid Witt the Hisley nil poured or out we Ca veil not the owner s name on the head but j it it alone with the Bung out. Tob Pidiry of Hindoo Fakir in or. Comsto a recently published work on natural history Ive Fine the a Loving curious account of a Hindoo Falier who suffered himself to be buried Lor Foty Days and was restored to life again the following statements arc so sex in orc Inary As to require the most com 1 weeks to 50 t Ontl 3 w 0 so 1 8 w i those who Culvert in your Iryll i i four fort a ton Jar of Riik or port Oil than Libove in Clyott kill to churn at i to Rutih us Trio rain named. I trails Ian gift tort i Monu nol 14 Nib f 1 ii Yoou fur Racli Init Lou to j it third. Carls not exc to Dent Hnein one vent fur statute Jet Jefe Stoicus of s Trenyi four Tat became violently inflated respiration ensued the limbs began to assume their natural fullness the pulsations by snobbery in purple. We like to read intelligent Eor Rispon Tiu Washington National won As for members of hallowed associations which give a pres and a Ower to scenes of historic i in the absence of any actual proof to the contrary i am bound to declare my Bulicz in the facts which i have represented however impossible their existence May appear to it is understood that this is by no Means a solitary in stance of this kind a India but that for certain sums previously agreed upon there Are others who permit themselves to be buried Tho perhaps for not so Long a period is that above mentioned. It is stated that to produce the condition of the system required for this purpose the patient has to submit to very severe preparation. Remarks. Perhaps some readers will doubt the possibility of Tho i its above stated but in a solitary instance renown. We do not dislike a candid and impartial review of the movements of the great men who move the millions of Europe. We can read with Loleta patience a sensible and felicitous description of even one of Louis is Apo Leon s Imperial hours although it is hard for a Republican to digest some of the fawning subject Ness which very often illustrates these descriptions. We have just read in the few York Herald a letter from Paris in which an american gives an account of the Jour Ney of Louis Napoleon and his Empress to a watering place in the North of France called Dieppe. A special to agon in the Railroad train was made for their pics Vint majesties and recent the car was composed of dining room Saloon and boudoir. A select part of courtiers went along a Largo party of attaches of every sex and and came perceptible the eyeballs became Denoe from the world. We Javo j will be held during he dilated and the eyes were opened in the i an irrepressible love for the Rich and natural manner. The Fakir now seeing Ranjeet Singh sitting close Efthim asked in a Low hardly audible voice do you believe me having refer ence to the belief of the former that his Experiment would end in certain death. An hour from the time the Box was opened sir Claude states that the Fakir talked with him and others about himself in a feeble voice like one just recovering from some illness. He then left him convinced that there had been no fraud or cod vision in the exhibition which he had witnessed. Sir Claude Saya i share entirely in the apparent i credibility of the fact of a Man being buried alive and surviving the various periods of Dura Tion but however j n Cpin Paible with months in several states of the Union the Board of managers Hare deemed it their duty to request the judges or commis Monera who May to appointed to Lake the ballots of the voters to put tip boxes at the different localities elections Iryll be held for the of receiving such contributions As admirers of the illustrious father of his country May think proper to Deposit in wid of the great Monument now in course of erection in this to his memory. They feel assured that when Thia and patriotic purpose is presented to the people they will not hesitate their mite for now becomes such an object and Moro necessary As funds of the society arc rapidly diminish ing and May not soon be adequate to carry on the work. A contribution from each Litif Cleaor Witer through out the United states would sufficient to Complete the work intended to add to their glory we May add character had proceeded Well As to Honor the Emory of the ii them. The Lic spittle courtiers of Lustrous dead. A half dime is but an the centuries past in a Railroad car yet a half Good heavens we were about to contributed by every inhabitant of out wish that somebody had pulled out a country would rear the grand Linchpin and let Down these fantastic now in Progress to its destined comple apr of pseudo majesty to Mother Earth. I Tion. It will be pitiful wondrous Piti it would been no great loss to France had the locomotive Cut the rail and pitched them into a Pear bed Knock ing each empty Noddle against its neigh Bor. That would have been a touch of Ful if out of Twenty five of souls who inhabit this great country rendered Independent prosperous and Happy Mui by his exertions and vote in to its cause the sum necessary Deno Creascy in better than j to erect a Monument worthy of such the Brook twaddle. It is a Marvel Man could not be completed for be stronger. Indeed the narrative itself is enough to prove the truth of what is stated. Nor is it sufficient to prove its falsity to say that the facts Are contrary to general experience for on this ground glee proof in order to elicit the belief j hundreds of facts which occur every of an reasonable person and we should year would be proved false. The truth we do not see How the evidence could t Steem did not avenge itself for by Wunt of the Small pecuniary Aid which not a wait them Here did we not believe such proof to be involved in the facts and i circumstances themselves. The is extracted from the new edition of a Laron Turner s sacred history of know except by actual trial what the living system will undergo and still survive. There was formerly no doubt but a wound in the brain or through the lungs would cer the a work Well known through j mainly be fatal and yet the contrary has out Christendom and the recent editor of which would not of course have in sertet1 truth. The. It had he not believed in its author of the account is sir been proved in numerous cases so that at the present Day such wounds arc Only considered dangerous. It is contrary to general experience that men should live to the noes of 150 or 160 yours us Jiuu to atm Iii i Wiki Mieir inuit proc to i i n o j Plauda m. Wade a of Well and vet such will to ins breast saw Iroff Slipy would u t t i i to i Wui Lim kill him instantly Vilont occurred and prob Abl again. I r i Lime he British i gent at it a clothe surface of the m found whipping them upon their bjirc1 backs. Foil r Stout men were employed to perform this in human work and a physician was culled to their Aid to determine the amount of stripes suffering and pain a Man or rather a Ive or chattel personal can undergo and live. List one and then another would try the strength of their Arm upon these poor victims. At almost every blow they Cut to Tho flush peeling off the skin and flesh awhile Wilh the heavy whip they would Stop and command them to three it a clothe surface of the ground on the outside. The door through which the Sci was admitted was then closed and to ked with a padlock the key Hole of which was filled with Wax on which was ii i pressed the private Seal of run Jeet. The outside of the door was then Bankcup Willi mud As High us the lock. This took place forty Days before we have recorded the above Case not As a Mere matter of wonder or curiosity but As an example of the tenacity of life in our species and As a earning not to dispose too precipitately of individuals whose pulses and respiration have ceased without further that vitality is ended. The Many undoubted instances in fit. To life and health where seven so Days and Instine cases oven weeks had elapsed without the least apparent signs of life ought to warn us against carrying our friends to their final resting places without the most certain indications that the vital spark is extinct and not merely Smoth ered for what idea can be More horrid than that of being buried alive. Many instances Are on record the first signs of life after several Days of apparent death took place in. The. Dissect ing room of the anatomist the e first incision of the knife being the exit Iii cause of muscular contraction and sub sequent sensibility. Atlantic and Pacific Railroad the following paragraph from the new 1 Ork May give the Public a slight inkling of the manner in which ing burdened with dragging such mis Erable baggage. But they sat in the boudoir sind sip Covy american should feel it Bis Prida As Well As his duty to afford. At the last presidential election Ped Sherry and ate ices and paid Horn plan of obtaining contributions at the age and decked their Feather Heads and j Jolls thus testing the patriotism and the cars brought them in Dieppe at six liberality of the voters Aud others p. M. Whereupon inc mayor prefect attempted though the previous and other dignitaries met the Empe ments were not such As to insure a very ror and Empress and their train of Nood i full collection the result was As a is Les. The mayor then offered the pm factory is could under the Cir Yunatan Perot the perpetual donation of the City Ces have been expected. Hall with the sea Shore of the hotel it a therefore desirable that which is about Twenty acres wide and i system should be continued in the Dif which had been prepared for the sea j Ferent states at future elections of a bathing of the local or general nature Andt a Board Twenty acres is a wide Swath for j of m nagers indulge Hope that on even an Empress to Bathe in. The Era 1 Thi occasion at the elections to be held Pressie seems to that these dignitaries i in the respective states of Maine ver were giving away too much for the Cor j Mont Massachusetts new York new respondent says she with the aha to i Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware Mary popularize herself refused to take her land South Carolina Georgia missis Sippi Ohio Michigan Wisconsin Illi and Call again for a confession. Thus the Insh. Cove Rod Wilh the victim s flush and red and reeking with human Gore was constantly kept in motion Short intervals until each Man was weary and faint with the Bor and Sara go barbarity Wao fully glutted without extorting a confession fur a crime of which they were innocent and knew nothing about. The inquisitor Genii Oil or examining physician now advised them to desist that the poor devils cannot live under Tho lash any longer and the mangled and bleeding were1 carried to their quarters and their wounds washed with red Pepper and vinegar Scaliti itch j with Salt one died in a. Few hours affirming i hit innocence. His sufferings and unrequited toil were ended together and the Fetters that bound him a servant for life to h is. Fello w Man were knocked off. For a time the life of the other was despaired of but after hanging Over the Brink of the grave for Many months he at length so far recovered As to to of some service to his master. This was Hezekiah Wilson. J this is but a single instance of barbarity and cruelty among the slaves an isolated Case and the picture not Over drawn hence to form any just idea of the. Sufferings and abuses in Dur Din the prison House of american slavery the Clay on which sir Claude made the this Gigantic Cal reprise is to be proc exam lation. During this time j Cut cd. If the Public Domain is lobe absorbed by land shark Sand soulless speculators to carry out great work it will per . V had appointed Solus cars confess the murder of the missing i j a i r u r i i to Fuard this place four relieved 1 Listii f Ivi to j. Ivory two hours night and Day o pre vent t in possibility of any deception in haps be better that it never be commen so extraordinary an Experiment. On cd. That such is the intention of Hon. The Day when it was contracted by the 11. J. Walker and others there in no Falier t iat he should be Dis inti red the j room for doubt and we much fear that Runci t Rodo to the Tomb on i Congress will Aid them in prosecuting Phant attended by his whole count and i their scheme. The following is from Acom a Niue by sir Claude Wade who the times of the 19th inst. Was r Quested to taste every Means in it is not a Little remarkable that in his Power to satisfy himself that no the face of these facts the incipient fraud had been practice and that the j Steps of a Hundred million scheme the place f f interment had not been opened j new York and Pacific Railroad Stock the a Atli about it and the Seal of the should have been taken As we learn Runje to were examined and there be they certainly wove on Friday evening ing no Hing to indicate that the foot or at the metropolitan hotel. Hon. Rob hand if Man had recently touched the Ert j. Walker led off with a subscript gathering within the limits which had been made for her but she has manifested the desire of taking her Baths with the rest of the it will Wash itself with the dirty blouses for popular Ity if will risk the contamination of Ordinary of Tofu to acre enclosure where the multitude Ous sea May with a splash rinses out the common Cluny of the untitled and the rare porcelain of the titled 1 the honoured be used As the instrument at once of Eugine the Empress and Morie the maid servant washing by the same breaker the Hue moustache of Louis Napoleon mrs Louisiana and Florida contributions will be made in Aid of Monu ment worthy of the country Stu of their illustrious Benefactor. Leo. Watterston St relay Al. 3. Journals favourable to Tuo object in the states where election to to bold Are to publish above. Tub end of Many novel systems of Medicino for which the present Day is remarkable there is one distinguished by a and Tho ochre hairy face of Jean Jac-1 ques. After such a Effort it would seem As if Neptune would instantly subside into a Calm. That at least seems very it is called coffin ism. Thin is candid. The term however a so comprehensive that it might Wilh great current in Ness be applied to manner of then fhe correspondent says that j Hugh from medical science. Ther. I. On. Right method of treating disused and there Are Many wrong ones to nil whereof the denomination of coffin ism to justly applicable since it indicates with exactness the tendency of each of de in presence of the Imperial Rosiple and an in Raensch congregation of peo . Tho effect was magnificent and Worth seeing. This vessel will be called Genie after the Empress who had consented to give the ship her waru t she allow this Marine snob to name his vessel after her. Of tic them every improper Way of attempt ing to Curt people u path which place the Earth was removed from by Tion on behalf of certain interests made fore the door the Seal was broken and up at Washington of ten millions of Dol the door opened with the key which from t in first was kept by the rive Cut. The plice was dark and a Lilit being Brough t they descended about three feet Here they found another door locked and scaled in the same manner jars and other parties stood pledged for Over five millions making together the details of the scheme Are certainly imposing but the very magnitude of the figures would seem to defy Ordinary Jitian Cifrino and re with to at on the outside. On opening quires nothing Short of the Wand of enl this Tley came to the Box containing the far. The Box itself opence when they saw a a sitting posture enclosed in a bag of White Linen which was fastened by a chant ment to produce the result in actual Cash. Government in the form of a Mammoth land Grant is to be made the Talisman to this end to which will be added the usual exercise of Cre string aver the head. The Fakir a ser j Dit upon bonded Security and a govern i Mitt multiply a lies officers und sorrow n put viands Arnolg into j -l.-11 a --1 t. Master syncs by flip number of slaves groaning to be and free the peeled and Down trodden Bondmen Nim against the door in the Sarhis toiling without pay for masters who Rob them pc had occupied in the Box orm of . The h inject and sir Claude opening or. Hart promised to do in his Power to a pc Fuet Vici of the obtain Wilson s Freedom As speedily As before any Means of resuscitation . On his return to Ohio the Purchase to juice i in employed. The tag itself Ney Nas raised and or. Hart travelled Back mildewed As though it had been with it to Tho residence of i Sekiah s Jug a be Lar for a loner time. The body Ter a but death had Man omitted the worn out slave without the Purchase Money before or arrived. To be body bring and examined presented the of lowing appearance the head on the shoulder the face full As in ii a the legs and arms shrivelled the Familio table is a curious epidemic flying hardly know Liat it ii. Attacks principally the Middle and highest Elas ses. So very contagious is to and so now co certain in its effects that to our i Edge alone no less than families j principally residing at the West end have been ordered by their physicians to leave town immediately for change of and Stilt no pulsation in tiny part of inc system no heat except i the Region of the where a slight warmth was Ditc Etc 1. The process of resuscitation the limbs were rub bed v irm water was pox ired on the body lot wheaten cakes were the Hea 1 the Wax find Cotton plugs with which he cars and nose had been Stop were removed the Routh was Washington sept. 24. Opened by inserting a knife Between the Teeth the eyelids were rubbed with Clari Ficbutter and on being opened the Smyrna in Elligen i the by balls appeared motionless and car of this morning says that the govern glazed. These remedies having been ments of England and France have pro continued for about half an hour the tested verbally against the conduct of Fakir began to show signs of life the ment mail contract of a year. Suppose she had not we cannot a Side the reflection of dire consequences. It possible that such it Nimby to Rabi Mishy Washy trash like h that we have quoted is the Staple intelligence from France to be furnished Republican readers in America or must our letter writers cd Frust them i selves tie or. San stiff and foppish f Secretary of he dared to Wear a Black Plain suit in a pros 1 mentation to their is it such a Merit that this hitherto most supple Fop has carried out the tons of the administration and appeared As an american fab him for this will you better teach him to attend this office Little More than two hours a Day to accommodate Amer scans. Better us hear of some ear in nest feeling and Faith deep in the leads to the Bourne from which no to a Veller in Short which or mates n Ka Joti Mituse she ceh. Fryni it and Lutrus. X. W. Corner of Lulli Uirl -Tiotms. Liila. 1 j. Go Noil for tid tie tall i mini i lir big it Are Janes Vii Jet Huftill t Jii Noi to r53. -4. R. S. Burdick g u at Elul of former would info Ortii Lam Public that he 1ms now on hand a Lugt a mul of furniture in Tinct and chairs than a visa. His Stock consists of Tho Tuhoy Friy it ohm first arrested he escaped but was re taken each time. The of Darst was found in Tho Bushes much for that May become a cow whose milk May nourish boys of Ameri can grit Aud whose future j near his Cabin and property m manhood will never make humanity Possession of Watts who even wore the ashamed by their apis Luna cies after the clothes of the Deea ased. He confessed snobbish majesties of yesterday s Crea Tion. The demand for such american that he committed the act but it was done in self defence. He has been letter writers speedily grow May conveyed to Waupun the readers of our newspapers treat with proper contempt a such provi Tho recent outrageous attempt Sions for their instruction and entertain to Kidnap Patrick synced a coloured mint. Amen and waiter at the Cataract House by a pro Cess of forgery and lies will do More to inflame the North against the breathes there a Man with soul j slave Law than the of so never to himself hath stories of the abolitionists. To falsely will try county paper accuse a Man of murder whether Black both for my own and family s Sake if or White in order to get of such there be let him have the paper to him if he d Pisa a Happy in Advance should pay the Printer his person a a crime of the blackest Hue. The Compromise men of North will submit to no such out rag j of Law and Dyrli

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