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MAItlX'S II. ItOBIXSOX, Editor.
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WHOLE NO. 120,'
X0l 0. NO. 10.
SALEM, COLUMMAXA COUNTY, OHIO, SATURDAY, (M TOIJKU -22, 1So3.
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WILKESBARRE SLAVE CASE.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT-JUDGE GRIER.
PHILADELPHIA, October 5,1853.
YcMerdar afternoon, Jn.t after the adjournment
of tho Court,, irarrant of arrest wn. erved upon
4., Jenkins and Ja. Croin, V. 8. Deputy Marshals
charging them with a riot, and an assault and bnt
tcry on Bill Thoma, an alleged fugitive slave, with
an attempt to kill him. The wnrrnnt wa Issued
t.y a magistrate of Wilkesharro, on the oath of
man named Gildcrleeve, of that Imroiigli, mid wn
u nn ll,n llxonlin Mnrslml l.V (bn liieli eons..
taldo of AVilke.barre. The warrant also include;
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not yet been crvcd, Mr. Wynkoop iH-ing iibsent;
Mr. Jacknn, for the High Constnble of H likes-
lm,'re,d hi anwer to the Court, in which he
admit thnt he hold the Deputio Marnluil in eust.H
dy, but alleged that he did o by legal authority.
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on inp, m iwivs ,,,.-.,,,. ,., ,... w,j
tort Burrow, a magistrate of , ilkeslmrrn, on the
action of Win, (.'. ilildorsleevc, a citizen of AVilke
Jodgo Oricr, aternly Who is Win, C (lihler
pleeve! Marshal Wynkoop Your Honor, he is an Abo
litionist of Wilkeliarre.
Mr. Jackson He is a respectable torckocper of
Judge tJncr M as the assault nml battery coin-
niitted on himf
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Amirici -.m'riiujr .iniuiikiiss.iii, sir t nv ,ics not
Judge Orier (Hi! oh'.
District Attorney Ashmead said he would now
road tho petition for the habeas corpus. The pcti-
moment the claim wu laid before 17. S. t'onmiis
aioiier Ingrnham, up to the arrest of the fugitive
and the service on the w arrant on tho present oc
Mr. Asbinend read from the 4th vol. of statutes
, , .at large, act of Mandi 5lh, 1H.'!3, which gives to
I'nited State Judge, tho power to discharge on
halH'a corpus, when one of the Tinted States offi
r ccr i arrested. He thcrcforo usked that the do
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. Mr. Jacko replied. He .aid , ho law did not
.. 'authorixe the ollicer. to execute their pr.o.s in a
riotous manner, a in tin case,
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juugouncr isiiuinaKoineiaci o. mnu
of C...r. Imd nn reference to net coilllllitlu.l
tho petition to bo true, unless the other sido wish
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iu oner icsuuioiiy.
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,.ir. joexwm men wen. on iu argue inni ...o ,.c,
to nets committed
le asked that the
mtid that tho question was n very s.implu one, nnd
he full pleasure in approaching it. Tho duties
the I'nited State and tho individual State were
reciprocal, nnd a reciprocal conlidence should he
ngaiiist tho luwa of a State. He
defendants bo remanded to take their trial; or be
required to give hail.
D. P. Brown followed on tho same side. He
exhibited. Thcro was little or no conflict in the
rase, which could not bo reconciled.
Judgo (jrier I take it for grunted that the fact
Bi t forth in the petition nre true, and I shall rely
upon thorn, unless they are shown to be false.
Mr. Brown Wo rely upon , ho warrant of tho,
magistrate, issued upon the oath of a citizen.
Judge drier If you deny what is set forth in
tho petition, I will hear the facts in tho case.
will not have the officers of the United Siates har-
raed at every step in tho performance of their
dutie hy every petty magistrate who chooses
harass thorn, or by any unprincipled interloper who
chooses to make complaints against them for
know something of the man who make this com
plaint. The laws of tho United States arc binding
upon me, and I will not tuko tho warrant issued
this case as sufficient to hold these officers.
Mr. Brown Your Honor will percoivo that
murder had )eou committed, wo could not prose
cute in a United States court for it.
Judge Orici- Thero hns been no murder com
mitted hore. They we'ro acting under a process
the United States, legally issued.
' District Attorney Ashmead said tho case was
free from difficulty. Ho called upon tho Court
vindicate the laws of the United States and It own
officers, who wero constantly subjocted to tho most
harassing conduct on the part of men disposed
act tho laws of the Union at defiance.
Judge Crier I shall act as if I had the evidence
tiefore mo, unless tho other sido nre prepared
deny the facts ot forth in tho petition. In that
ease I ahull put the matter oft', to givo then,
chWnoe to submit thoir testimony. Tho officers,
upoo, arrested the fugitive, and he resisted
tliey then used force, to hold him in custody.
' Mr. Brown We deny this. We ny that ho did
not resist, and that he waa cruelly beaten. We
shall show such a ease of barbarity as will appall
yuir Honor.' '' ;
District Attornoy Ashmead They allogo that
the officers executed thoir duties in a riotous nian
tuir." They went to the borough, of course, to serve
the process which was put into thoir hands hy
U.' g.'Commissioner, upon the oath of a oorapetcnt
party, countersigned by a judge of the U. 8. Court.
Thy executed the process, and were resisted
their prisoner even to tho drawing of a knife upon
tbemVwIiiih'was put into his hands hy one of the
bystanders. They were compelled to use sufficient
1 forV-e'to secure him, nnd this the opposite party
cull rlotihgV It is not Bill who auei hero. They
Well know that he ha fled beyond the jurisdiction
of thltf court." To hold'thevofflcors to answer, thoro
Indst t' some excess of authority shown in what
they did, and tho proof is iipon them, Pvary offi
' tdi Is JWI,ia. f'lrm, supposed to act iu u legal man-:
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jner. Is every magistrate in the Stuto, numbering
probably two thousand, to have power to issue his
warrant of arret aniiiKt tlio officer nf tlie United
u"h . .,v...m, v., llllliril'lirr HIIH
i ,1 i..,:.j . , . ,u .l rm
Im" l,e Imrilihood to iwenr thiit the officer cseeoil-
e-l their authority f If thii. ia to he the cane, the
Marlml hiiiuclf may Ihs ftrrpnted under their w nr-
'"irnnt, for an alleged improper exereino of hi dn-
ties, or even the Judge of thn Court or the U. S.
Iietriet Attorney may he subjected to tho wune
Mr. nrnwnVini irtw tl,nn .,..;.J
anee nt nil, e put our eaie iiHn the exce of
authority on the part of tho officer. If your Hon-
jor 1 dotormiiied to go behind the warrant of the
I magistrate, we ask to he permitted to show the
; ('u t j" Ke"-". ' f"- " 'f
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,o-inci viio,mo-y ii.Mimmii asKeu nun mo om-
eer be discharged from custody.
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j '"e m" " '' '! vrnrrant of nr-
n;1 Wl" request tno rroecutm Attorney of
cnie nmiuy 10 prosecute nun lor perjury. 1
KIIOW tllitt the I lilted Mllte linVC O limited Illltllor-
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"v; but where ,l,ey have It, it i clear, undoubted
and conclusive, that their is the .overelifii niitl...r.'o.,i
''.v. If n tup-penny magistrate, or any uupriiui-
! 1'U',, interloper can come in, and cause to be arrested
'" oiliccra ot the I unci Mates, whenever they
P1.-""1'. it is a au Mate ot ntl urs. Alter the man
agauisi wiioin ine l niten Mate warrant wn issued
" Bwn.. '"'"' J1'1""' -intervene ami run to
a State Juden for hi interference, and has the
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l niten Mate ollicer arrclcl. 1 here wa a case
recently of this kind, and to that I now allude.
If lmbca corpucs ore to he taken out after that
manner, I will have nn indictment Sent to the f.
S. nratid Jury ngainst the perwui who applies for
the writ, or assist in getting it, the lawyer
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..u.e,,,,, ,,.,, u.e suer.n wno erve u, ,o
j whether the I'nited States officer nre tube arrest-j
" "F u"""" '"-y niiempi in serve a
1'"" " ' .-inie. i spenK oi wuai i
daily clone to thwart tho tinted States in the exer-
I else of her lawful nlilbor'il v. I i!ll sen tlni mi
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i .ifticers nre r,ri ,li,i-ti,il Whim tll, vnu I.m vn.,,1
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vn.ir r,r.,r, in llii. m,.l...r V,
Mr r.P, v I,-Tl.i dav one week
Ju l Uri" I will
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Ihc case then went over until thnt tune.
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Attor.,evAl.tnedmtl.ert.cei,tcAscof Bill Fish-
sustain tho view that were suggested by District
cr, when the I'. S. Marshal wa arrested.
BURNING PAPERS IN VIRGINIA.
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""""" WwxMc, A a., by tho 1 ostina-itur at that
The lloligiouo Telescope, the organ of the "I'lii-
ted Brethren in Christ," published in Clrcleville,
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'ii , uii iii.-i.-uuu, ui us luii-rum cn m.'iniiuuiiii'.
. urire iiuiiincr oi mo nieinucrn oi una i iniivn
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i rcsuieu 111 irg.uia. null 01 courso ninny 01 iiicin
ni . . . P
wished to read ti.iir officiiil organ. But their Tost-!
:"" r "", "'K oin lieu ,uc icicscope, pens .no .,iow-
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' n isiicu i,i i t-.iu no ir ui cuu ,.ri-an. jiil ineir i osi-
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' master sten in between them nnd I us boon: nnd
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Ma. John I.aii rkncc Mr; I feel it my duty, a
Deputy Post Master, to inform you thnt your pa-.
j P''r called tho Ucligiou Telescope, is one of such
character as cannot ho distributed in tho State of
Virginia. Nothing of au Abolition character can,
j under ,ho laws of this State, he put in circulation.
1 was sorry to learn upon inspection or your paper
that it contained violent Abolition nrti, l'os. such as
j which subject the editors nnd circulator of nil
I uch document to imprisonment in tho State Peni-
tentiary for not less than one nor more than five
j years. It is iiiiulumy duty under the law to inspect
( all such paper and have the same burned. And
I ; your paper, being found upon examination, tube
j one of the above character, was consigned, on Inst
arc in direct violation of the laws of this State.
UWdny to the th......, iu the presence ...id by the
direction of tho Magistrate. A copy of your paper
tho (irund Jury of our County at tho next Circuit
Court. Yours, Ac,
has lievjii retained in this office, ami will be before
W. E. HERRENDON, P. M.
'"ds, is tho way probably ho hns taken to bring
to 11 '-' ""i euarniuig peculiarity mere
0,,m,t l-viU' humniiity, and what a glorious enuu-
''lto "f Democratic principles the Bolivar Dei.10-
to - must be, to publish such odvertiscmcnts.
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Among mo neauioii sucn uiiiigs woum no caiici
Oratuitoi-s Advertisement. Wo eopv, savs die
Now Bedford Standard, tho following advertisement
from tho Bolivnr (Tenn.) Democrut(.) mostly for
tho benefit of Mr. David Tumor, whoso namo
appended to it, nnd partly to assist in snving this
glorious Union, which politician talk so much
about. Wo have no doubt but that Mr. David Tur
ner is olio of tho men who is bound to do tho job.
whether tho Union is willing to be saved or not and
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icnasing poortremiiiiiigmenanii womon wiin nioou-
barbarous. But among t'krhtiaiu they nro recei
ved as a matter of course. Rend David's notice,
und then thank tho good Lord that you livo iu
land of '"freedom."
" Bukio IIoi'xus. I have two of the best dogs
for catching negroes, in tho South West. They
can take the trail twelve hours after the negro
passod, and raiuh him with ease. I live four miles
South West of Bolivor to Whitosville. I am ready
An ArpKNiux to the Kr.x to Uncle Tom's Carix.
"Wo grieve for the honor of the town, to havo
record an inhuman outrage practised on tho body
of an old negro of this place, named Johnson,
slave of Charles llines, by Ilinos himself, which
resulted in death- Tha negro waa nearly ninety
years of age, and universally veneratod for his
and honosty, as well as for his revolutiona
ry reminiscences. The monster-raaster, taking um
brage at somfl petty offence, deliberately whipped,
stampaa ana xicxeo Mm to death, on (Saturday last.
The follow feigned sickness, as is unnoted, to cor-1
nr tt design of -escapn,. and oven had the hh.sphr.
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nioti hardihood to affect n fear of i imiiol in ( death,
and to go through tho funeral farce of making (I
public will. Officer Kencr left two deputies ii!
guard nt his resident c till Monday, when the Ik.,H
of thn negro was disinterred, and Hit Inquest hold i
over it by the coroner. The nnnniiiioii verdict ol
ihe jury several physician Imina present, nit, I
a.enting titi, that hcliel from tlio ift!,iof the
Mow nnd kick he had received from lua innster.
i I'erxon who witi'Ml the exnininalioii, ny thnt '
j the sight wa iekening hi whole l.nek rot and
l..i..l Int., ii.llo qii,I ih. l.,irr .,r 1,1. t.il,-'
nearly kteked to pieee. Iniineclintely lifter the in-
rpiewt the mounter wn taken to jail, lt him go
' down hand in hand with Legree, a hideout verifi-'
ention of that horriblo villain." Carroltun ( ht.) '
DAVID TURNER. TWO ARMIES---MUSKETS AND SPADES.
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Tho New York ninnrtmi.it; in nn article upon
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ti,e ariuv ot tuo I lilted Mate, makes a
ne used by governmci
the use ofiniiskel nud ofspndes:
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riniiciit, and the otlicr bv a great
The Tinted States nvinv niiinber ulmut Itl.lKKl
.1 ' " 1 1 tiiiin imiii in u I I
' ., ,! ,,cv cost (he countrv last venr: S.'J.v
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av ,, or jf ve Mwt ,10 militia ex-
p,.',,,,.,, i::.Hi per man. It would puzile auy one
, f w,nt service were those men, living f.se-
,0iy , barrack and old forts, eating three meal
p,,r ,ny( nlll tttritiit out occnsionally to touch their
i rB , tli.-ir officer.
I 'ci. in:....: . , ... ...i n -i i i i..
i m; iiiiiiiiis .coirai itaiiroaii army iiiiuiocr i r,-,
niHlmen ls.. n,l n.nv f.
a.Tuo.OtiO per annum, in return for which they la-
jbor ten hours per day upon a work thnt gradually
stretches itself through the most fertile plain, con-
, necting the great lake will, the Ohio and Missis-
wliojsippi river, and ultimately with the (iulf of Mexi-
The relative advantages of these two nrniie
,cictv present an interesting matter for study,
nnii are graidiicallv sketched by the New York
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JO." I us'ecin e oill.o.llg Ol.ne greai 1 I I. in. I
! lt ti I i-in . i i i.t
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W.SIIIHHIH is..-)v- HI""""" UOIItllP, ,,IS-. ,1,1
nothing, and resulting in nothing hut the turning.
,ini(ip (if H11ltriinlllu,ej ,,,,;, 111U(k. ,,,,, ,,v
f llnilraad of Illinois nlone. has ud led to the wealth
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l,ear!T ' T ,,,"n" lr,",M.,nt V
w.dih, and the actual construction of the,
W1l bring to a ready market inill.ou of acre,
f nnd now owned bv ihe .renen,! m.venuncii,.
i j r n
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employs ten lhonand men at a., expeme of eight,
I 1 1 n
j waste for year to come. Tho Federal government
j title than fouriiiillion, confer a vast proporty
on the State, upon the Federal government, nnd!
upon thousands T farmer, l car ufter year the
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llllllioiis oi oiniars io currv iiii.sKCl. J tie i rn r
iiaiironuvompiiny. employing ten uioiuwna men
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renuumler ot tlieir existence.
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J he JUiuoiii Comiianv. bv thrnj years exinndi-
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The Illim.is Company, by throe years' expendi
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: Hires, esiuonsncs (u,i nine oi rails inrougii pronni
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; lar.ns, many oi iiie.u owneu r,y mo persona w i;om
,,,,y Pn,,(1y0j , build the
j vi;-,.r, wealth nnd intelligence. Ther.iiicd Slates
in thirty years, havo spent $.100,0(10,(100, enough to
J build a double trnck to the Pa, ilie, nnd they have
nothing to show for the money but some old foi ls,
gun, tattered uniforms, ami demoralized veteran.
From the Lake Superior Journal.
! T1, ''"'"' StenmlH.at, Prop, Hers and
I VP"r"" now "'''''(-' t'"i 1".' '""'
lakes, all come up trcighte'l to their utmost capaci
ty with winter supplies for the mines. Kvory iin
aginable kind of goods i.nd tlt'unja are dailv landcl
on the wharves below the I'allj, destined Ibr the
"uiii er countrv." An exact acioiiut or bill of ur-
tirluit of nno f tluc cui'iikhs wfi.M I ' a t un-'sitv.
OurKtPaiiH'i-Huro from a I0(i0 to o(H'(l h,Ut 1 vk r:i-
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j S;"" ' f these wharves, while a cargo
of oxen, cow, mule, sheep, and swine, which hav-
ing taken a deck passage, arc glad to get on laud
as soon n possible; then one may begin walking'
over coops uf turkey, duck mid chickens; dry
; goods, groceries, boots and shoes, and boxes with-
out nuiiiber of things in general nnd things in par-
ticiilar; barrels .r pork, beef, flour, l,nnl-l,:ead,
is 'crackers, butter, lard, hams, egg.-,; any quantity
of strong beer, whiskey, gin, ruin and the so-called
. a a . t t
"wine,' running away lr.nu tlie.ilaine lavr; tallies,
chairs, sofa, bureaus, bedsteads'. mattresses, feath-
ers nnd other household stuffs," buggies, wagons.
carts, rail-ears, wheel-bnrrovvs, saw mills, shingle
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uiacinoc., .o.;-... ... .n, sic...
,iiiis,..ii,v., .... j ,
turnips, onion, cabbages, tomatoes and other veg-'
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berness corn, potatoes,
and other veg-'which,
...11...1....1 1.11 :.....i ... n :i
eiamesma, snouiu u..u v ... s, ,
stoves of every pattern; iron-ware and wood-ware
of every description.
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now homes, would do well to look seriously at such
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11 list ot our wants aiiu conic io u reirio.i luuit-in.
allvhealthvwherothoh.ndisri. il and cheap, and
where tho highest cash market can be had, at their
ow n doors, for everything they may raise or mnnu-,
faeture. Three fourths of the above enumerated at-
ticlescanbo raised and n.unufaeturcd as cheap
hore as in any other portion of the country and ev-J
cry article would find a ready sale at a great profit
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to the producer. .Now is (lie ,11110 lor lariners aim
to the produe
mechiinics to enter this promising field,
country is Just jumping into wealth vnd prosri-
Tut fiENEHAt Kt'lscorAL CNVENTios.-To,uor.
row morning the general convention of tho Proles-1
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tant r.piscopni iiwrcu 01 mo kh.iu.i -
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'upper orl.ouw of hlhop, and ,1 lower or li
probably at St. John's Chapel. This Uic.nia. con-
vocation of the supreme legislature of th. EP.c
pal Church in thiscountry fur.ii.hr. . occasion
for quoting from the Boston 7W,crun account
it. constitution od operations:
"Th. convention is Umponcd of two houw. h.
the lower hnt-c.
"Tin body can, however, pass orders r
recommendation fortlie IsMtor regulation of
.if clerical ami ny delegate. Tin- f. l iner hold their
scats ii fli.io, and it in rpcrot session, cNcrcisinj;
i veto power over nil lawsnr can, ns, n1"' " rt'
lvc fn disciiiliuc. which cull only iniui.uu; fion
lie worship, or for the etlemei,, i.f.1neti..ii there-
nn based n rn in-tun th im niiinilt ;i,g a iln n.: in-:
terpretation, or wln.se praetiie lin bee le nlmo-'urc
lete. The power of this ho me nre niniilnr to those
i,f iln. S,vn ,.ril... u ..: i...
lion oimwer to the poiitriictioti r.f the m
The l.,wer houe is eonipooed i f a certain number
of idcrienl and lav delegates, regulated Vv tl.fc tlio-
eesan nr state convention, vlii. h (dei ts them: and
mim1I.t wnjrlnir fn-m two to five person, of civ h
.1 . " 'n?';"-r-.w'!,"l ''"""r'
-ine ucic.-:ie or (u niiin s vote ,v ir.ler nml
d'"cee: a divided delegation, whether voting
or not, is ulwuya reorded on the journal. In this
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K"ld r'l'rcenUitivc coon. il, answering in every
respect to the hoii.se of representative ii, the gener-
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al gcvernioiint of toe I luted Mute, originate nil 1
law und resolve on the governnn lit uiid disuipline
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iwh-cli. on being passed by a com iirrent vote ot
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LAYING THE CORNER STONE OF A JEWISH
' Yesterdny nftorno. n. for ihe lirst time in the
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i uticu -sraies oi .inericn, u.e corner Moiie ot a
Dr. Ituphull the llabbi of tlroenc-.t. Svnago-uc.
This Institute is being eic. led adjoining',!,.. Svna-
gnc. j Crecne-st., between lb, u'slon and Kb ei-k. r
Mreels. It is deigned rr the n.iclcu ofn II. bicw
Colle-e, for tor the education r dews. f..r both lav
and .1. rical M.r-uii-. The building erecting, w ill
to)C j ,,.. gothic style of nr. hite,iure, to correspond
with the Svnp
ltm fn t!
' -m i,;,,;,,
roji'.c. Its proposed dimensions nre
by Li feet front, and three Moric
rru of tl.e fli-hool. 'suine
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r' "'" 1 ' mosi in-
'""''' l-rarlile in the City, assembled at the,
spot where th was ,o be laid.
ruMV,,v,v lto. .hrougl, Mr. Mark Levy.
,, )r . :phall with a ilver , rowel, nccom-l
i 1 ... 1 ......
it iii iiv n nv nitiiiniiriiif r rr-iimri. m it-iitii nr
1 " '
'H.Mlllll r-'-l I'll'lr.l. J liO lrWCI U r.CUt ti.
n hiN.'riiitimi m tin lJuili
. f, 7.. ,,,,. ,, .h, ,.,.,:
iiellorlll. llV . to W holll. UUil Oil VV nat WCasloll. It Was
i wj( 0M .,, l,,itnl li;
, , , , . . . , .,-,.,.
latneu tne varum unity paper, n number oi ciif
current isiii.s of this rotintrv-. together with the f.d-
lowing speciticatioi. in Knglish and Hi-brew, which
Dr. Rnphnll b ad :
"K.K.: B nni Jeslmran Kduca.ional Institute.
"This rMiicr f 1 1.. t.I n i'hnitL tho lirst limit nv
r,i.W il... ;.,b ,l.,v ,.f Tlsbrl ,Tib ,.f (..t,.l,..r i .".il
c . si i .. ,1... i. ... m 1 i n...i...n i
" " " ' " " 1 " " "l". "
Tn:k T.evv. in the t resruce of the Uuildii:'' Coin-1
' .,, ,, . ....v,,,,! ,,. M, Il'u Siu,i,m,ii nml
. 1 Ii. IT. . niMsil l.y .Mos,,. . n.iuil ..amp on, nml
, M . i...,. j .,. , ..,..,.. r,r . n,,;!..;..,, r,.in-
"Mr. Bonnet Kin- Chairman : Me-sr. M. My-1
er Jr., J. Salomon, Henry K. Hart mid J, scph
rair, nun. rn i'-iiiii'.,
" TursTi i s or Tin: Conohkii.vtion Dnvid
son, President: .ion Bernstein, Treasurer; Messrs.
B. King. Henry K. Hart, J. Mac!;, 1. J. Salomon,
"James K.iphult, Secretary.
" Ct.Mtli vi. (1; l id I: l!ev. Dr. liaplmll, llabbi,
I'rencher and Sui.erintendalit of the School ; I!cv.
A. I. 'o, Header; liev. S. C. Xoob, Header of the
l.a .v. mid Head M ister."
After the lav ing of the corner stone. Ihe iiudience
retired t. the Svmigogue, viheii ir. liajdiall deliv
ered the folllov.il.;; adiire-s:
Mv Fmi:.s : 'l i e ceremoiiv which w haie just
miw ci On nu tl, (Imtp'li in ilwlf ntit n-liiniiH nor
tUn i !''! l.y mtr laws uml i.lcrvnu. cs, U iu'vcrtlio-
i . .. i ii r i . .1 . t . 1. ,
, , V 7 c 11 1 7.."
hiul that at the erection of .ion s holy tcinp o K ing
by a ceremony not unlike the one we have just now;
performed, invoking the blessing id tho Most High
on the undertaking ; and ns our ceremony has a high
and holy sanction, as well ns a solemn and sacred
purpose, let ns begin by ottering our heartfelt thanks
to our liierciful Father, who has permitted u to eu-
1 ter 011 this important enterprise, and let us further-1
more beseech Him that as hitherto He hngraeieusly
deigned to bless our, .csign so may llestinvoiichsalc'
I 1 a t .1 i i I . 1 . . 11..
to lend ins ant, inai me nuiioiug vie erect ni.u in-'
purpose for which we intend it may prosper. Vi-f,
' my friends, we nil have great cause to thank Him.;
and emong us none has greater cuiise for thankful
.....if v ii,,,,, ,,. ,, ... r...,.-
, .... .s.... ..
- iv . w
which, from this pulpit, I rarely if ever mention,
niomonts, to oecupy your attention with a subject
from this pulpit, I rarely if ever mention.
...i 11...1 .... ....ii" -,.;m.. c.n: :,,.,. ,1,,.
, . .... ...,.... , . . ,, ..
sear and yellow l.iaf of l.fe. 1 feel that the pre-;
jeni is gnoing ironi me, nun iny i.iiure, wno boohs,
how brief that may be. Let 1110 then indulge in
tho privilege which since the d.i s of Xestor, t.nd
tnnif l.r.furn him ,011. has been the eonsolal ion of the
, aged tho privilege of recalling tho past.
' a- in .1 . I
j woniy year nave l l lore ttio p. otic.
" " loil been without ns reward. A a w .-iter,
4 speaker and a public man, my crlort .1. the cause
'f Urael havo met will, reeogn,,,.,,, beyond Hie.r
deserving so that in the Old V orld as , tlio New
. my humblo name ,s not unfavorably know... All
i i.;. ii.f... ...... .,. .nm.M,,,.. i.tll van I.ni , i.iittiio.n
it ns tho suitable iiitroduetioii to tho solemn declnr-i
-lion V"'1."'""" .lV" '""L "r! '1
It). Kt'U III 1111 UI IU 11 IU IHUi V ui O HUM" 1 WtllO 1 1 'I
which I am especially thankful. The first is my
. . i- . ii- .. 11. v .
instrumoutal.ty in building tlio Hebrew National
School in Birmingham ; the second tho address of
thanks voted to mo hv tho Mayor and Gonti u ot-
' .r .1... ... 1 r....L: ..... -...I
last but greatest, th. layin the foiuulation of your
, M this day. I say greatest , for ,t .. working
not only fur the present but al.a and oven , . more
of , mportant degree, for the future. V must not bo
b,,d 'g' of th. times. Lv.ryU.mg foretells
that while the old, corrupt and despotic monarchies
m w" j . i a j ...... an
!g!orioii l!i public will in. rcftse in power nml nml ;
:ii'v in population mini even ini'riiiy mi, '.I'll wi.i (
iiv'o to descend from it proud pre-eminence, nml :
ield tho palm to ,1,., !-,,i,n. State, of n.,d ;
hat supremo rnnk which tho inevitably await,
his Commonwealth, ill power, moral, mental nnd
itt-rinl that same iiiflneiuo inseparable from I
power wlii.di (he 1'nifd Stiileo are enlled to wield
anions the nutioiiK id ll'.o enrt'i, we .Mnernnii -e
rnllud to een ie nun.ng nur on j eoj I" in ev-
erv part of the globe. Wc alone nve eilizen anil
f.', n1,,.n lw.1,1 e,,onl rbd,i m.tl
enforce I hem. Our count rv, alone, mi ii .t ex-
tent i.nd boini.Uc ri'souicey, ,ffer n home to our
iniuie l brethren in everv i.arl of the v.. rid. Hut .
it chould I.e. it must be. our e i:e to be pn paved
d folly .p.aline 1 fr our hiih dctiny. Vhei, ,,e
ru..vcs land on our hoMotall... shores we must be.
able to uher tliem into tout Inirher state of moral
and inielleitiial eons, ionsio s which befit the free-:
man. We must be prepared to take their children
, .i i i i ,i
by the hand; we mut cleanse their young mind
fmni everv taint w hich iliissian tvraunr cr Austni
. :. . . .
llavni ia:i bigotrv ninv have iinprennte I them. We
must train them to be.-ome Israelites true to their
.1! . 11! . I. I '.I
reiig,..,- -. ..., .p,.,.7....g on ine op.
pressed of every rreed and lineng", M ,iint train
led wherever the hand of fanaticism iraied
lh"in to become American citir.cn, worthy of their
country, whose Voice poteu'.inl shall be heard and
to injure, or the arm of despotism is stretched out
to depoil their brethren : nnd the instrument for
Working out this (Treat good is your m hool. N'.tj
i,i,!v in tie example it sets, which other Jewish,
congregation will follow ; or in the system it in
troducos which other schools will be glad to adopt,
but in a higher and more important degree by its
direct activity. Already I see the time niineog,
when the higher branches of knowledge will be a
nssiduonsly cultivated in yon school ns its rud
iments nre at present. Already I fcce gifted yoUtliH
from among ils pupils standing forth nnd pro
claiming their intention of ministering at the
altar of religion ; nnd thi will be so soon ns they
can be broitcrlv trained in n Jewish t'o liege. Al-
ri-aoy I scMlie ppint ot real nniong you, nun even
nu I ...1 1 T ,.,.11 W ..,. ,,.,, r..
. , .'
, . ,,r, ctli.n OI SOlllCt lllllg out OI l.ol lllllg.
sc it ,,M. in extending vour e. a.iom.l institute
;;, r,,,,;:ia,e one : and tl.e work will progress
' a,,,, .his IV mi Jeshur.in-alreadv the firs, among
.I(VH i ,he loi.e.l States-will add to its other
, "V 110 1 1 1 1 11 . ..
i ,.c i...:.. .. ,i. n.i....n,;..iii i,...rl..ib, .
' ,tu lirnllirnn tlmm-rlu.iit Hut liinil i for viilir Rt'l'i
I ...n 1.... r.... ...,,) . !!..-
;. "' , J ,'. . " ,. V
' ,, n ,l,n stroi.tnri, of liml Icurnilir- r.iibliiiilciT.
.v f.. -
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..l..uut..1 ,i,,.t ,ni-t vrl.,.-h all,,!! ociilifv v.tur ..I11I.
,, :,. i ,..,, r
laiv.l. Anil when wo have Rabbins nnd minister
trained in America, synipathizintr with the people
fr,,m which thev sirung. and imbued with the anir-'
U of the land in which thev live-free, moral, nnd
'r,.igio,: then those n.n.uig whom the Lord
i. .!. ;n
i" i? ' - - "riJ " "v
M'n miuii hi-i ifiin mm
i ' , i i i..i..r. ,.
genuine inei iine-n-nc.-ucti i, -hmui men vuh-,m- hoi
,7 . . . ..
in abolislnng die outwanl birins ol our holy reng-1
.n, but in reviving its inward epirit. And think1
.... i... i l. .!.., ........,:..:..:.....
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i are too sau'-uice. You all knorv that last'v-rar.
among the children belonging to this congregation,
I n,,,, ,v(.r0 probablv not six tinder the age of 1.1
who could understand or translate nnv p.ntiou ol
the Xew Year or Atonement Praver. Your S. iol
in its lire, ent conlined loealilv, has since J.inuai
!, , . ... i , . , , '
, ast. bee,, ,,p, ,ght months, o,, ,u,;tl, liny.,,:.
'"' vacation., and the.se eight
! m,","", l"rt-v '' u"'1 h,,,," "'N "'"' '"
' transhite, nml can well understand the greater por.
lion of these dilfi, 'lilt Hebrew prayers, in ad li limi
to the daily nnd S.iMiath service. And think not
that this progress in lid. lew has been acquired nt
the expense of their i-c -ular eiiu, ati, n : fi r I feel
no hesitation i.i declaring that their general pro
gress during the time the ss-ho d Ins I n open will-:
favonibly sustain a c unp.irison with what ha been
lone in other higher-priced nnd more rashionnble
1 . 1 . .
;""' -"' h". my ir.enus, ,,y , -x-K-r-..
1(,,,e of the past, that I am not over sanguine for
Hear in mind that tho Israelites has a two fold
diameter to support. In each he has duties to
' k; which require instructions, Hcisan Anicri-j
on ,.i(iZen, uml must bo trained for his soial duties
pi,. ;Bft ,j,,w ,) muMt instructed iu the religion
lin,j hiuguage of his fathers. Tho oi.o t-pet-ic
tciu.hig represents the body, the tori i.d tho soul
; j,uy (m, M.I1)0 million, at 1,'ast, tothe higher wants
f lu, ,,,! a y..u do to the every dnv requirement
,,f tho ln.dv, your children will not I o wureo Anier-,
-,.ftll t.;,;ie(."l,su,,)l ,,,,,,1, l.i-tUT .low--. As ihey grow
a-,,,.,! those of vour sons, who ha', en decided
. ., : oii.tl
anon ior ,oe....-..s,, .,- .,,,,.,.,. t.
. .. " . ,. ...... . r . i
v,lU ,.I(AV u,ii,l. wno aro iuienue,i ,or -uiar
avoeaiioiis, ami u:u re,iu i iion.iv jh.siii.. J
;ttVm.l,.wi Uud the result will amply justify youri
1 , , ,, . . ..,
,.,,. y earnest prater ior
,.,.,. f ,heir undertaking. TrUmnc.
A corrosp indent relates the following eireuiii.
stall -es which occurred very recently
! Ife went thither in his ship from Liverpool with
. l I ! 11.. .1 .. 1 f .1... W'...U 1,
or; ,,evcn maeK sat.ors. ty ne.ay ... ...e
; wa re.piu cd to g,v o s... u non, s t nnv no w ...
,ke thorn out of tho State. I In legal rcqu
: incut was fultilled on his par , lui, ui.de. f the
! r.n.ed States Laws he also had to pav the u ,.u
; hospital money at the ( ustoin House for en,
.i..... ...... 'Vw tS ilioiti nlierwnril were lakcti
no ui ,ih-iii iiinin...-. -
and though cadi has a bona fido protection, grant-,
i "V11 '..'r . .' K.,c. Mar.
rl-'I lltMm IU liumii -
Hospital, becau.o .hey were not recognised
V. ni. ti....t Colleior at New
, American emeus. TI e Dtp uty t ollector at A
; Orleans told our eorrcspondent that their 'dr-;
Were to col set hospital money on black sailors, hut
.... .i.:. m il.. Iloamtnl .Annl.cat.or
the prince of a ino was twtc. made, ,n.f.
'"nl'y"11,0hltnL.rel of u Tr0Mury
J,,,,1, Z.JLiitr. It carries 'com-
, mmt i( 0p Oovernmeut should not require
, f , ,hto boo lnU lb.u l9fU8 t, g,y.
ft. Such conduct is simply du-honoM, V
at n I'ai im .nrTdt irv r i ."itrnu. .
To the Editor of the LANCASTER Guardian.
. w t . ViL'lilnii.ll haK tn .
pur ..;(,t,iu.() ', d h r, to he limited f tmtrder.
yj ,..,, ntl,lr;tl hnn Jnde Wiph tmult dn
,.y c ,,,,,) he rnl not lwtoW IU on
Uiclinrd 1V"M f, tlien what riglit fan lia haWI to
ti.ke it nv:i;.V . , '
The .1 iid oe net h under the OilOen'd Coinnilwion.
lnt tne ,jn rn it noi moo , oe um uut
Khurd I 'Ml r, UUil lian HQ rigm I') uiis.cn
DW".V- , . , , , ,
., 1 j1. " M "v 1 irh inn-lit is tGoJ Pr
n,""' V.fce it n'waV. '
As ,.,,,, o rl,!.. t. put an et.d to liia cwn
t;r., I. ,1,1.. ,(p to nn nther n irentrr tMtrcr
,1,.,,, he ha liim-ilf. llenen it follow, that BO
ial compul cat, nntlioriso tho til'ing aJ
1 Tlio ndv-intcs
' i i i . .1
s.iow a liigh' r tli.i
f. r capital mminnx'tit must
in liitnihii oulliority for what
tin y do. lint cm tin y nlinw tins? Ihoso who
cii'ite the lvitical pn-( pt i f 'Iifo fur,'(' nliouU
he n ininde l thnt the 1 1 Ti s'liluctit' law if
ret.iliutioti is expressly lcpculcd y our Lurd, ia
his Si nneii on the Mount.
I hoi.0 that a sirnncr lemonsiratlon wllh Ix) ent
1 .. inh ili.tiint of l,.ineater. takcinir th
hroiel mi 1 plain ground, that no human tribunal
lmsn right to p is S",it. ncc of death forany ofl'unce.
1 Ullt Mr. te.,
Lancaster, England 12th Aug, 1853.
IsTKUNATloSAb S TATlsTir.v.,, CoSnrtF.Sg AT
Hut essbl.s. On tin; l!Kh nit. tiliottt a hundred
Icllcpttcs from v uncus parts of Kurope, nnd other
(ii:ntcrs of the world, nnd npivxriitingtint lesa
thun twenty-six difioivnit cm,itrio ftsemhled iU
the hall of" the llny.il Aendony of Medicino, in
r.russcdn, for the purpose of cnh avoring to intro
duce unity vnd utiit'oiinity into the ofiieal btatistic
pulili.slied livv tin' t'lceiivi givcriiu nts. It is
propowel to U'lopt a gdiirat u.'.ms (,i caicuiuiwma
as well n iinitonnity oi inines tmu mmjs. m,
it f l,i. ,i tho di.f i:wn:shed diicctor i f the Ilovul
, , ,i ' , r i..,.f: it. ,.,,:,',.i f iu
I OIL. n:."lj o l.nfli ,,., .', s v.. ....
, statist,,,,! n.m-Moi, , t (.rcat Itritmn Wncllosc,
l-id, nt, Accowii.s of the progrp of sta.lM.cal
-icice ,t. ncmn .ik 'ru-sia. Austria ome (ler.
"" ll'dlnnd, Spun, Sardinia, Switl'rlaild,
l'riince. nnd 1 nt and. wire given the nspectivo
r . . . ;
1 .. . . . 1 . 1 1.1 1
I , '''i" ,.n" ' " r T . .
.1..K I ll ,,lu ..rtliA s-nv uloliuflenl
wao ioi. mi t'o ii; nso',-" ,i,u . .. i-
. . .. ' . .1 . f .1 .
.I.....!!.. .. ....n ill IltA nAnntl'lCflOI tllA
.l.iir. , .,.,.,1- il. eomrres. went into threo
' rction or rnnilmticr lortne examination
i follow in? fjilCHtioli": Orgnnization of fclatisticaj
knowlcdgo tvnmt of t!ie population valuicngnf tho
' ,,n,i 0,l'"r ''',.,i1l' P"1rt.v; stututici of
"'PrK'.tltnre, uluctone, auel coni.u. rce; tho
t ; . ... .
v.rr.,iv r,,!vv Mi-mirr i. ' (m-1tv.
i . . .. .. .. i t
,.VA. Ulirlll'' a roc 111 VIMl 10 .oriliern IOWB
. on. t. in v ti,r -iwn nt inn iihiiitimil C!iaiwcf.:
,.i;jf:..j nf ii.lin.uti.m nrittm ntnl vnnivB-iiftn nf
., .,:,;, ,.!n,..l a ,b,v in the Voi-wcrdnn ficttloincnt
1 ,n (V'dar river, in' Mitchell county. The coluuy
at t.iesciil con-ist of 110 families. ' Thev went on
the ground they now rccupy lutein the spring,
hut already tlieir improvements are cxteas.vs
1 It is cxiici ted that they will havo nn r.teiffiii n
xlit (M;Ld that mjh.,, tlin q -
. J n ;n ,u ri ()ic t:doorilj,
gration from N, rway, will svt Mr, ugly iu that
; .,.,; The a, l;tiovvled-e.l head i f the colony
is tlio Iluv. C. 1.. ('laiis.-"i a )aiisli I.titherau
clergyman a nr.n of nliility mi l cultivation,
win i dt Votiti.; his wealth, tnl. Ills and pcisi uul
case to the weti'itr of his il .ck.
j Wu nl.s, rved nniolig ihefe Xorwegims a desiro
toiissimilalc tin insclvs, so in i.rly ns posi-iLlu to tho
,h J u !
' ""qu..c...s . , i-.. t .i ? v 1 . .
, I'luir cx:iiiij1c in this re-'ia'ct, imisinu. It
u, vc tlUs( lUJ f.,rcvor comieef,,,,, with
thulauil of their hirlh nml have r.nitcd tin mselvc
indissolutbllv with the whit fate of the republic,
us.'iH worthy of imitation. d'altna Jffirn.ninn
u, ;ne. Tn one nicreanteltf 1 ffiec in Xcw
Oibuus liuring the present pethmic, all tha
i.fclerks died BUccessively, nnd then the agon,,
The doors weff locked up l.y the porter, a colored
who "' died tho day lifter ho had
telegii.plieU tin; state 01 tiling 10 Hie fiiRipaf
c . t;. Km -tors Pvi-rn
vo. I ' '' ' ATt"f',T ""' A ; ' 0 j ;
" ""y-w,.,.,,., s.....e..n. . ,..
rvl,i, h llenrv Ward Beecher is a stute, COU-
; tri,ltlip ,jie ft)lWiii la,igiii"n ou skcplto
cisui and reform,
I .. , ,, . , ,
A mollis nil tin, eurti.ist 111l11df.fl conn,- men who
l",'."."" ' i'i".'
1 '""" "" '
we mol)!)t ,,,,,;, iu ,,, lt 0I,J m,livn
! n Auit.rlrHt w0 ,,,,,. ,0 Bllv that foKr-fift1, aro
skeptical even of the great historical facts of Thriss
: "What is told as Christum doctrine by the ohur-
I ... ;i. .ii.i i..lr.!...i.
" "" 'V 7
HI IIMMU. Ill . ... v, -
'" ..-.,. of ,,,0 ,,,,,,, , ft vUh. ftlJ a
m. ( f
3 n.He i, said .Uiut ii, Itisnot
1, uf ()(0 rBiVu..,t aid tt(Bt,
of j J
ill, J .
, - , , . . . , ..
...... l.r.1..,,.. lttM,r iillfinsls. I. Is 110I u-o.1.1.
..,,,,., : ,, 1
! uu-l n.ost Iflony ing ontrHsc. of t1.v3 day.'
mi a . i . . .a 1 . a il J
a.j Tlusis .pro. y streng tatenic.,, but hero ..
1 "" -r''h in H than the clergy will bo willing bi
w , v
'cr on th S . very quosHon, a,,4 S
"l C'B,6J " Dlu T3 "1 ,us" ,m ' (?n
, u , admidisTrator. oUcl
for ! ,,o sit quietly hy ad see on, class of n.st, cmU
tLo ,hroat. of auotkw chvss. and rob them of liber,
and ( Bn,f &t decd b iU
3 Jn n s tnini iaj
hat , S T .a w m r uf j
i ....... . ,. , . .