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THE RIGHT SPIRIT.
We ropy the following lrum (lie last Liberator,
Mr. Spooncr Inlks and feels, as nil should in re
gard In compromise. Xo compromise, uoqunrter.
We cannot sny llial wo lr.nfe tlio dill In pftss, yet
wo nro willi liiiii, to see nil excuse for com
promise swept away.
FREE SOIL INCONSISTENCY.
BOSTON, Feb. 19, 1854.
n'oonipanying nnto m sent
by Mr. Soojncr to tlio ('nnniomreiilDi, nnd rejected.
I thought yon would be pleased to hoc it, ami por
liap to puljlinti it in tlio l.ihemlm: Mr. Spooncr!
wooM not rote for tlio Nebraska Mil, though lie 1
nay he would like to see Frno Sailers driven from '
their falso position liy it passage. lam glud to'
see such n man as Mr. Spooncr speaking no plainly
nnd strongly in condemnation of the half-wuv
principle or llio Freo Snilers. Tlio mnn who enn
nim nt less than the utler aMi'tinn of 'ulnvcrr. is not
wanting lit virtue, biU in policy. Free Soilcrs
..ijjoi mmin sinvory, u tney would try; but il
n f. in i . I L V i n , . " .
ufiill op niiili lit 1 1 . iii i il V
or nil, or nothing. IU mustei her bo allowed to
it on the throne, or be tumbled into the pit.
r , , Yours nflVetionnlly,
BOSTON, Feb. 13, 1854.
of the t'nmmnfKttttlh :
A your paper of this mnrMMg publishes my
name among the 'i'reo Democratic' delegates to
the ConvrniiAn lo bo bold for the purpose of re
tnoiistrnrnig nghhist tlie imssnge of tho Xcbrnska
Hill, 1 trust you will allow mo snnco to sny, that I
deidina the Rppointiiieut i thnt 1 have never leen I
member of the 'Freo Soil l'artv that 1 hnve never
R.lopted it RlH.nr.Und contradictory ni.nt.s rWir
Hum Xii1m,wl, 'Slanrg Srrtinnaf , thnt I have no
eympatliT with the Dusillanimon. and ..riioim.l
sent'iment, '(' Slwry riirirt , aoie, frill let
i alonr, ; thnt I ftm in favor of neither making
nor seeping nny compacts w nu slavery m reganl to ,
Ismndaries; that I am glad to sec that sin cry intends
neither to make nor keep nny such compacts with !
freedom; that I do not believe the Constitution I
authorises wiy inch compromises ; that I am glad1
thnt nil excuses for tho discussion of such compacts '
nre likely soon to be swept nwny ; that I hope the
X'obrnsk bill will pass ; and that 1 hope then to
see Freedom nnd Slavery meet faeo to face, with
no ipiostinn between them, except which shall con
(iiicr, nnd which ehnll die.
A CHALLENGE FOR JOHN MITCHEL.
eorgo h. Lloyd, n colored man of l'ctorboro
X. Y. Challenges John Mitchcl to tho discussion
f his creed, that Slavery '"is not n crimo a wrnmr nr
ovon n Tiecndillo."
"I, tho said lloorgo L. I.loyd, n native of Xubin, I
AWe, olmlleBge you .Mm .Vitcbel, n native ol ,
Irelani, to uirct mo in tire City of Huston, on the j
first Monday in the month of April, 1X54, in n puli-1
lie debate hetweon ymi ami invsvlf, licrbre tire
thirteen flrst oflicers of the oily o'f itoKtini, which
gentleman shall decide bv tJie weight of tho nrgu-.
ment produced by Mr. I.loyd that it is a crime, j
(c, &c, or by Mr Mitclirrs argument, that it is'
not a crime, Ac, &e. 1 the said .Mr. I.loyd. will i
sccare the use of tire most uominodiou 'ball in
tho city at. my own expense, niol in case vour ;
Honor accepts this chnllefig, I will forward vou n
free pane from Xew York to Ltunton nod buck. ' Now
Sir, if you can limko your word good nnd keep
silent, very well : if not, conio on John Mitchel,
nml B pillow of adders under his bead who first
Mr. Mitchcl we duro sny would prefer to meet
Ceorge L. Lloyd us part of hie Alabama plantation
slock, rather Uian ns nn eual disputiMit of his
right so to hold and cwn him, to sell or )ly the
lnsli or thumb screw. AVo arc curious to hear how
thg proposition will bo met.
THE GERMANS AND NEBRASKA.
Tho tlermans are generally opp.sed to the e-
braskn in'quily. That is hopeful. Nebraska
meetings have been held F.ast and West.' The
following notices of the opinions of soma of their
papers, wo copy Irom the Sandusky Mirror-
N'otv, Messrs. P.ditor, hear tho opinion of some
of our tiermun papers, Rod you will (Ind out thai
they are nil objecting. Tlio' Democratic TageMiitt,
puiiiisned in i incihiiiiti, says ou that suljcct
" Douglass tho friend of the ix-oplo, w ho traveled
irougli Kur..po as a real rcpubli.aii,. inducted so
fairly against tho despots, who, instigated with his
patriot urttdes, which wcro copied by nil papers ol
lie Union, turned out so unfairly, and manufac
ture-1 a Hill which hurts our feelings and the wel-
i. ire oi our country lorever. llio Aubrnskn bill
can never get tho voto of a good citizen."
The Heading Adler, (Kagle) tho oldest (lennan
iinnor in the Union, also comes out against the
bill. It says:
" We must protest with all honorable, ways nnd
means ngainst that bill, nnd tell our Representa
tives nnd Legislators to object."
The "Pioneer" edited by Onirics Hoiny.cn in
I.nuisvillc, Ky., says :
"The Traitor's bill of Douglass is still suspen
sive.' Will victory crown its success, thon oil com
promises will bo quashed."
"This Bill," says the Hoehwiichtcr, is n treason
on liberty and human rilit."
" We fear tho bill will go through, and indeed,
with tho votes of Kentucky, not with tho votes of
the Germans but with those of tho sluvoholdars."
"The political reproach nnd shame is nt present
conuontralod in the UMCmblcd leimlom ut Washing
ton. Cuss' speaks in favor of Hediui and Douglas
for .(he infamous Xubraskn bill. What do tlio fret
American people say to theso facts!" free 1 rc
These nro only u foiv extracts out of the Gorman
papers, but I can iissura you that nil these papers
(nnd there nro ovor a hundred) will object. One
tiling is certain, that Mr, Douglass will not have
nny profit of his notion, that ho w ill nut bo our
next President, because wo do not like to havo a
slave-holder in that Important post. Wo do not
want thnt "little iimU as tho first officer of our
glorious country. That, is not my opinion utono ;
It is that of till the Gorman
Senator Petit. The most outragoous speech
that bus been made iu tho U. S. Sennto ill favor of
tlio Aciirasiia question is Unit ot ftcuator j etit ol
Indiana, lie has utterly outduuo them ull iu his
infamy and audacity. ' This ho probably thought
necessary to wipo out tho rcinembraiico of his for
mer Wilinot provisoinn. We give a specimen of
"It was a' livorito thaino fur gentlemen to tulk
ibout the Declaration of Independence, and that
by it all men wore declared to bo born free und
equirl. ' lio did not believe that Jefferson ever used
it in the broad sense now placed upon it: "We
hold ii Ut be self evident, that all men aro born
free and equal," uvi unthimj more to him than a,
id f evident lie. Nauiro contradicted it. The lame,
blind, deformed, idiotic, lunatic, insane wcro not
his equals. Tho slaves at the South, whoso volume
of brain was -one-third that of other men, were not
his equuls. Tlis negrucs in the free Suites, or upon
Hie burning sands of Africa, wrre not his equuls. j
Jli0ertsoj liussia, wuo Dowed Mid cringed bp-
for. the Autocrat, and ould willingly Hck UwlrU
master', spittle, wees ot his equals. If Senators
believed those to ho born free and equal; lie spurn-
.mil. and that there is no
such-thing us social, moral, menial, or physical
equality among moi., God I
imseii lorDuuo n. m
His tlieoerw-y He ertaM kmu,pru.ra, print and
tubordinah-tr ami he spoke tioiinng but the rccor-
ded will of (ioW svheu he -kclaicd nil men were not
ca we equality, iiieremigiit sometimes do poiiti-
cal cnnality, but thut was created by law.
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He snuka what nil men know and loll, if they hud
tho courage to any so, when ' bo said thnt ell men !
wcro not bom free and c
GRAND STATE RALLY.
Tlio limn Tor tlio Suite Convention nt, Columbus,
in opposition to tlio Nebraska measure, hns been
postponed fnim 8th to the 22d Inst, '
Tlio following call is, published in tlic various
GREAT STATE PROTEST RALLY;
MAINTAIN PLIGHTED FAITH,
COVENANT OF OUR FATHERS.
ON THE TWENTY-SECOND OF MARCH.
To People of Ohio Opposed to the Introduction
of Slavery into Nebraska.
"T' l0TJ . ,!:.7a. "V. J.n.m,i? ."
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At a mcvtiiii? held Uv iilirt'nf of Columbus, of:
nil parties, on till evening of tho 1 Ith ult., thcl
opinion was ox pressoil tlmt ft Convention oi the
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("r""'" " .
gress to the Mun t omomr, nnd lJ
Slavery tho vast tcr-
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nim ii if. ij i.iw ii.'m nvv. v'i v "ii.-ii i.iiiii. rini
gentlemen from difl'crent parts of tho State, the
CM PAY OF MAUCII hns been ngreed Upoh ns
the time for holding the Convention. Tho under
signed desire to meet this call in the spirit In which
it was made, nnd would therefore recommend to
our follow citizens of nil parties lo unite in this
Convention. J lio question to lie pre'niiien ior
considerntion is ono m which cvMir fRr.F. cITUKN
lo trhatrnr jinlitiial ;n.' he mny belong, lins II
direct personal interest, nnd in which the right
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f'"no np IN MAS.S from every county, city, vil-
"a t"w,"'1"I' ' "'0 Mate,
K. It. F.CKI.UY, W'n. .
II. W. SMITH.
1,. S. SlIMtMAX,
J. M. HAItHKKK,
JOIIX M.CI.I KK,
J. K. Kit A I Til,
K. I. Hl'HTOX,
W. F. F.VAXS,
TIlo.S. 1). AC ST IX,
Wm. I'. MOItltlS,
l. S. WltlUIlT,
It. II. THICK,
M.I II. CI.KAVF.R,
W. F. HMtltlCK,
A. H. SKtJUII.
V. II. ITSOX.
X. S. TOWXSllKXH,
JOHN' A. FOOT,
J. J 0.UHLEY.
Tho following eminent gentlemen Iirv been in
vited to bo jiresent and address tho Hoopla of Ohio
on the 2-d instant :
Hon. THOMAS F.WIXC, Lntjcnster, Ohio;
" D. K. CAUTF.ll. Massiloti, Ohio;
' 8. I'. CHASK. U. S. Sennto;
' JOIIX U. 11 AUK, Xew York City
" THOS. COKWIX, Ibanon, Ohio;
" THOS. II. U.;T0X, St. Louis, Mo.s
" r.l'.l. I.AMY STOItF.lt. Cincinnati, O.j
J. I1KIXKKHIIOFF, Mansflold, 0.
.M. II. SKW AKD, I. S. Senate;
SAML. HOUSTON. U. S. Sennto:
ClfAS. I1KKMKL1.V. Cincinnnli, O.j
HKNJ. F. WADK, U. S. fr'enato. .
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.Nox-IxTrr.vEKTtoN with slatrry, is thr cry or
sluvo holders, nowadays. The folloviug petition j
tnd its rositcctful rofcroncc, explains what is meant. :
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Mr. Hunter presented tho petition of Henry A. !
Wise, of Yirgii.in. prnying coni.eiisation for a no-:
gro taken by tho British in 1X14. mit of tho fund
provided l.y tlio treaty ol i.hent tor the coinpensa-
tion of nidi 1,
icii losses; win. n wns rcierree ro tiro com-
. .m-ijjn ....lulu-.
It is no intervention for our diplomatists tone-!
gocintc for .(he payment of lutes for ex-congress,
uinn Wisa to petition for his share of "British
Hold" or for Congress to receive nnd refer such
nolitions. and to voto the Oold. Intorvention con-i
''-" iuiiim!riliii.g or impairing '-the in-j
.Wuti..n, or in .refusing nny of the most extrava-
gaiit demands of its friends and supporters.
What is a Horse Power. A Correspondent
of tho Tribune inquires what amount of power '
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institutes a Horse power. A second correspond
ent Mistier as follows :
The answer to the question of ''how much is a
mo question oi ' now iniicu is a :
power." may bo given tluii. : Any power that i
will rise, sny IM.IsJO lbs, one foot Ingli i in ono
.n .-.,. tunc n....c nm - i
tors disngveo on this as widl as other subjectH ;;
somo eomputo it at only 22,000, w lule others ,
double it, or call it 4 1,000 lbs., ono foot high, in j
one minute. So, yon will precoivo, there is liotli-l
ing very dohuite of what constitutes a sore, j
News of the Week.
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nuv mis wora iiii.ier cooiruci cany ill ino sprini;. ,--"
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John Mitchell is out in
favor of tho Nebraska
bill. Tho jury iu tha
f . i ! ..i.,l ...I nniin '
found a verdict of guilty n
gainst Gardner in the
3d inst. and tho Court sentenced him to ten years
o ten years
imprisonment. lie died a few hours
Ti.. il.;..,.. Iw.1,,,1. lw l.o. i,,. 1
defcatod in the Pennsylvania Legislature. Sixty
criminals were executed iu tho United States dur-
inu tho year 1S53 '
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Suem Unio School. Tho eianiinut.cn iu this!
iii i 1..L. ..u..l n(r ....,( ..railiinblv in nn-l
school last week passed off most creditably P
pils and toaehors. Hns was especially truo of so
much of it as wo listened to. ' j
Wexoeli. Piiii.i.ii'S delivored an nnti-slavcry I
lecture in Now York City last week. It will appear
in the Standard next week.
A PisrrssiiiN. Luther Loo and .Samuel J. Mny;
woro discussing the riuestion of tho trinity in Syru-i
cuse lust week.
Three now manufacturing establishments nro to
bo addod to Clovolund, which will givo employment
tQ qq m),oronl
Tho Forest City Democrat snys :
There aro 3,(100 men In Clovoland and Ohio City
engaged in blacksmith shops, fouudm ics, forges,
car factories, and other establishments in w hich
iron is manufactured or made serviceable to tho
wants of mnn.
The Kmpress of Franco having been rccom-
....l.l I... I.n i.l,i,riii,mni lit ovoriMKit. lias a nnir
of skates arranged with wheels, and on them she
ubout oiAlio polished Hocrs of tho Tuilerics. 1
t ! o..i ii.A n;.. fi
The citiatons of St. Louis are busy with the
railroad on tho Central rolite, while Congress is
engaged in the lory scheme of extending American
Slavery. They nre going on to build jOU miles of
it nn their on tlicir uvu hook, as a starter.
Tho St Ixiuis Kepublicun of the Uth snys:
, w.,,n t,.k -thr. lWlivs, ('..mmttleo nf Ibis
' nronosuls to construct that portion o
tlio Pacific Hailroad lying between Jeflerson City
,..,,,.,; u it, ;iroad ivinir between Jefl'erson Citv'
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,(0Cuiilarv interest should roooneils rVIMnia loi
tlicir pre-y;iiif,howcvtrdits2rceuble, of its freemen. 1
proposed, in Mexico, that the efligy of1,,
placed ou tlio uationul coin. ..
Tiik Aiuoi UNEn XrnntsRA Mr.r.TiN.i was licld in
tl.n T,.wil Unit nn W..,lnn,lnv PlKllin. Illld Con-
on Saturday, referring tlio business before it to ft
coimnitteo to report on that occasion.
Xext week the Senate is to take up the Ami- tnd
question. Justtho job for tho Senatorial scoun.;
Idrols. They rob the Xortli or her land, nnd ncx,
,grab her purse to pay slnte traders nnd kidnappers
lor tlio losses ol their imsmosi. hat a ir,
u ictltan "yluritmt Union" is ours!
Utah unless tho W ilmot J
,.. Ilu tlum einrossed tho
i MRuia unon tin
honest labor was not consi
Tennessee, Mason, Morton, Xorris, I'cifit, Pratt,
Sebastian, Stuart, ShicMs, Slidel 1 Willi.li.H,
X,AVS.,',y'8- Uluise. Dodgo of Wisconsii;, Fcs
,, .sendon. Fish, Foot, Hamlin, James, Seward, SuuiL'.
Sumner, Wade, Walker.
Atr.XT or Not Yotix'o Messrs. Allen, Bayard,
u), Briclit, Cass, Clavton, Cooper, KverotL Orier.
Uion of the Constitution of the United States.
Mr. SUMNKlt, excitedly Never! never! never! i
(Cries, "Order." ' Order.")
Mr. WADK followed, nnd discussed tho ennsti
skims tiitiomility of tho Missouri Compromise; tho truth
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Slavery, and tho inconsistency of Messrs. Don
be Lass, Cass and others, who now support this bill.
The following nro t!i final prucecdinirs of tlio
Senate ou the Xebraskiv Ml!.
0n Mllri., t)l0 3(lf , y0,,rnvB TJill was up. nnd
ftcr SciiMor C'lavtin's speech, the finil question
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jjr (;' ,re,
to get direct nctmn oil Ji i
nn,cdiiicnt. lio pressed
sed it bel'oro tho Senate, but;
",0 S,;un,n "' t0 cn"MaT il- '"""
ciaren, no wntihl oppose nny prnposiiioii ol the
Senrtt ir from Ohio because ho Wiis an nlmlitionist.
iroin uii nooiiiioiiini i'iaii Ituiieu Willi , Mi r. M
l, ass. In Ins wnv, tried
way, tried to turn the point, but
Cn Aso met it, nnd eooly but firmly insisted on his
A fierce qtinrrel now ensued between IWolas,
nnd Sm art of Michigan , but thnt was settled.
Mr. M nov, of Vo., re-nsscrted U.tinirR's remark.
Wam bravely scored him. The tmestion then
was tnken bn I'n.lsr.'s nmendment, (which was,
71'cf thr iifo nllir Trri iton thr riijht, ifthn thnubl
tc Jit to r.Xci.t iiF. ' hucnj,) and 'resulted ' us fol
Y'r ts Messrs. Chnse, Hodgn of Wisconsin. Fcs-
jsended, Fish, Foot, Jlauilim, Scwnrd, Sumner nnd
vt one in.
Xavs Messrs. Adam, Atchison, Hadger, Hell,
Henjnmin, llroadlie.nl, Itrnwn, Hutler, Clay, Clay
ton, Dnwson. Dixon. Iloibjo of Iowa. Dotielas.
I Kvans, Fitupntrick, tinin, Houston, Hunter, John.
on, Jones of Iowa, Jones of Tenn. Mason, Morton
Xorris, Husk, 1'etlit, Sebastian, Shields, Slidel,
Stuart, Toucey. AValkcr nnd M illinins 30
Another proposition was discussed, allowing
alliens to vote ; that w as put down nyes 22 nays
20. Ilore is tho re-oid ;
YrAs Messrs. Admns, Atchison, Badger, Hell,
llenjmnin, Hrondliead, Hrown, Hutler, Clav, Daw,
son, Dixon, Kvnns. K.vcrett. Fitxpatrick, Houston,
Hunter, Johnson, .Mason, Morton, l'rntt. Scbcstinn.
uii.l MiUel, 22.
.Nays Messrs. vhmro, IVslge, of Y isconsin,
podge of Iowa, Dimglos, Fish, Fesemlcn. Foot,
Ininlii., Jones oflowa, Jones of Tenn., Xorris,
Ucttit, Seward, Shields. Smith, SMart, Sumner,
Wado. Wolkornnd Willinns 20.
So aliens cannot vote or hold office in the Tcrri-
torics.and all other amendments concurred in,
Tho question now nrose on the engrossment.
Thr Vi,?-TI,o q,.es,io,,-"An,? shall the
bo engrossed nnd ordered to a thirl rending?"
.nr. jiorsTox, litein. ot lox.is I. nun that
.s. ..li I 1.. 1 I :.l
iMrMaiiorrwimh;; . uj.
The question wns decided in tho nfnnnntivi
yens 20, nny.i 12, .is follows .
Y'r.ts Messrs. A.l,i"lS Alchisoii, Hadgrr, Hen
Ijaniiii, Hrondliead, HiOhp, Uuller, Clav, Dawson,
Dixon, DodL'e of Iowa. Dniinl is. Uvans, I'itnatrick,
Clw in, Hunter, Johnsi, n, Jones, of Idwn, Jones of
li,nll,toni .Muurv, Pearce, Husk, Thompson, of
Kontucky, Toombs, Toucey, Wcller, Wright, and
rnuins .i, and one Tncnncy in .Norlli i. arolina
Subieqirciitly the bill was taken up lor its flual
Mr. CASS said ho was not present lnet night
wl",n th0 voto on tlie engrossment look place. He
'lo""'cJ "ow 10 rouorJ hfa ,,u,n0- ou " f""11 Pa
u vaa (,i0 tmo nnJ
, addressed tho Sennto followed bv .Mr.
N orris of N ew Hampshire.
Ho read from the Journal nnd debates of 1850 to
show that tho North then repudiated, refused nud
set asido the Miisouri Compromise, mid forced up-
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ou the South the doctrine of non-intervention, which
tlio .Nuit.i opposed, lint were comnolled to submit to
Ho dci'oiided the priuciplo of non-intervention by
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1k. u.ut'i nny geogrnphicnl line.' To attempt to
,ijutnt0 t0 tll0 o( ft Smt0 n,d ,iu;t for
nil tune to come they should hnvo Slavery, was
ul,enstituliual. lio referrod to tho speeches of
abolition Senlitors and replied to them, in the course
,,, !,; remarks, he nsked the Senntor from OhiolMr.
Chase) or from Massachusetts, (Mr. Sumner) if
tuo Territory were tree and its I.euislsturc should
pass a fugitive slave act, would cither of them aid
to execute that law r
Mr. WADK snid thnt as his colleague wns net
present, he would reply to the question. Ho (Mr.
W.) had never, and would never, aid in executing
that law, or in catching a slave. Would tho Sena
tor from Xcir-H.unpsluro aid in catching slaves'
.nr. .mjiuuo i nnvo answered tnat questiuu
"mny times at homo, and am not afraid to do so
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"' 1 inn 1" IIUTH ISIUUU IU HUUU1COCO IO nil
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them iu the dischnrge of their legal duties, I will,
' I"'"'"'. K' ' ' 3 '!. llio bonatori
Irnm 1 n.knililtKiit In liml iliiiii.iiiu.n.l N.itinl,. C.n
irom .tiasMiciiusuiui nun uuuouiiceu noiiniors
suvinir that tho North offered this measure
wus ,lut Senator nud w here did lie got his million-
ly for saying that tho North did or did not ,
approve of nny net voted by n majority of her rei-
rosentntivcs ? Who was this Senator who hud
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styled us white slaves all those Northern men who
Jlir0 do ,lcro ,mt '"""J nclievod tho Constitution
jcmaniU.(1 of lllclll f ft was the samo man who, in
Kunutiil Hull counseled the assembled multitndo
to resist, by force, a law passed to execute a provi-i
in i ever counseiuu vioiuucu. uuwurususeu iu
Fnueuil Hall were these: "I counsel no violence"
Mr. NOltltlS said ho might have used strong
words, but not stronger thuu tlio sentiments of the!
Mr. SUMXKR If the Senator says that I ever!
counseled resistance uy violecco to any law, and il
he cannot produce any report to sustain him, ho is
a pause in the situation of one w ho says thut
which he cannot maiutuin by facts.
Mr. NoHUIS said he thought bo c.iuld substan
tially maiutuin w hat ho had imputed to tho Sena
tor. Ho then commented upon tho courso of Mr.
Suniuer, by uttering sentiments in his speeches for
tho purpose of elicitingapplauso from Abolitionists
in tlie galleries, oucu cunuuti, u.ihb uwh, im
would consider too disgraceful for s member of the
Ol ino I'ouiiiruiioii ui iimu puiuniii.!
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fit tnit 1 'IIUIIM ILllllll Ut II UVIHHUUU1
Ho read many extracts Iroin loriner petitions.
Mr. TOL'CKY spoko in favor of tho principles
of tho bill.
Mr. FKSSENDEN. Ho was freo to avow that
ho was opposed to slavery in any nnd every shape
it was presented in. If lie had been in Congress
in IHZO ho thought Uo would havo. voted against
the. admission of Missouri to tho lust, unless she
vory by her Constitution. If m
Congress iu Ml L would Imvo voted against g.v-
iK torritori.il governuieiits to .Now-Jiexieo anu
roviso was pui in m
bontimonts of the
nucstion of labor.
dored discraoeful there
.7. i .ee.nnd from Mr. Brown's remarks to be in
Mississippi. He thon entered into a history ;of the
auciont policy of the nation with respect to Slavery.
Ho contended that tho Constitution gave tho elate
States crsat adviintaco oyer tho freo States, and
the North was interested deeply in confining it to
(s rCf'T,l, """is
In every contest between the
u.o .a . o. mo . in. omies. ii present, ana 1 j
am called upon bv the oflicers of the Inw to ndo
conlincd to his lodgings for somo weeks. Ho cnine!
here tolny nnd rcinaiilbd some hours, with the de-
sire to vote upon (his bill. JIo wns, however, 1111-
able to remain longer, nnd wns taken back to his
house, with the intention to return if possible when
tlio vote was taken ; but he was compelled to take'
to his bed seriously ill. lio sent a request to me j
that I would state these circumstances to tho Senate.
billnd n.H, that if he enuld have been here, he would;
havo voted for the bill. I
nmie ,ipn to tlC biU m tho tabic ; rejected by
i. ....i n ;.., ..r r...f i .'.
free nrvl slnvr flMos, (lie Xortli lnvl always born
r,, ., rt!l, .
u i. i I i i . .r.ir. i ir i . i
, , " AAAA. replied Tor half mi bour, when
he yielded tu
.J.JJ'1 t,,,AS' C"',,J '"U
' Mr." V KLLF.K said if thff vote was to M trtken.'
lie would stop, but if it was n question its ''
whether ho or tlio Senator from Illinois should
y " "V r.rrJ' lo .'"?K """ . . . .
.or. I'onn.ia am no would nnaniion nis
xpoeoli if n volo could bo taken. i
Mr. HoTSToX said ho tlosircd io speak before1
the vole wn had.
Mr. SUM X Ml snid he desired also to be heard, j
Mr. lillI'CI.AS then nt rennost, proceeded to
niHwer tlio objovtiom to the bill, lio connncnccd
by rplyiiir lo Mr. Hells objection as to the Indians. '
lie denied in a lung rsuineiit that the Missouri
t was a compact, and if it was a compact, the
, .North hnd unifornilv disregarded it from 1 1 moullis
After its pnsai whrn it relived to admit Missouri,
" M fie-uent rejo. t'.ol.s of it in 181X nnd jll.-.:
(Jn t his prtiiit he nnd Mr. .Sewurd had frennent
:J ' U s,.A.,-.t ...i.l tl. H.ntl.
Ilu Hiuglas referred to the resolutions of the!
.New lork Leglslutura of IXo, declaring il com-
pact, and that its repeal won!J bo il honorable,
when that Slato itself, in 1X21, Wns tlio first one
which had instructed its Senators to Totd for dis -
regarding tlmt compact, nnd volo ngainst ndinitting
Missouri unless he iirohibitptl shit erv. lie refer-
red lo the declaration of Mr. Seward nnd others',
thnt Missouri was ndmiltcd under tho Compromise
of 1X20, and nt length denied its truth. He refer
red to (ho journals, showing that Missouri was
admitted under the Compromise of 1X21. lie snid
the resolution presented by Mr. Chase, declaring
all who voted tor this bill as traitors, nnd the in
sults put upon him by hanging nnd burning him
in ctligy in Ohio nnd Massachusetts, were the
tinthrnl consequences of the address nnd speeches
put forth that tho Missouri net of 1820 wns a com.
Tho Ui'lmle was cont nuod bv Mr. Houston, who
concluded nt 10 minutes to flv o'clock, a. m.
Tho HliKStlMNU OFFICKIl, (Mr. HoiKir, 0f ;
Iown,inthochnir.) Tho question is 011 the passage j
of tlio bill, and 011 that uostion tho yons and nnys j
have been or lcrcd. I
Mr. I'OUlil.AS I have been requested to make'
a statement to the Senate, which, lfrhnps should be
nmdo now. The Senator from Inilinnn, I Mr.
IIhiciit.I ns is well known, has been very sick and
Mi'Clsv :n ..,. .. i. 1 1
' ........... s...,.i nig uuuiiiui.
i.1:- ? '
rcMiri oi me proceedings. 1 nuve lurllier to slate
bi...k iiiv Villltoi- iroill A lOriOU. I .OT. .ti.tl.MlRV.
... .i. I'm i... i.- ..'Ii
to leave the city ou accuunt of sickness in his I
Mr. JAMF.S. My colleague, Mr. Allen. as i,
known to most of tho Sonuturs, has been called
home on ncctiliiit of tho sickness of bis son. Be
fore leaving, ho requested ine to stale to tho Sen
ate, iu c:io the vole should bo taken while ho was
nwny, that under the circumstance of the case, he
should feci compelled to vote against tho bill.
Jir. JMWSON. I desire ro' Mhto that my co.
lengue, Olr. Toojiiis, is unable, Iron! indisposition,
to bo here. If lio had bceti hcrt, he would have
voted for tho b.'.'l-
Tho question w.i..' Inken by yeas and nnys, and
resulted yeas 37, nays JJ.
YK AS Messrs. Adams, Atchison, Badger, Bay
ard, Benjamin, Hrodhead, Brocn, Butler, Cass,
Clay, Dawson, Dixon, Uoiljro of li.R. Douglas,
Kvaus, 1'itpntrick, Gcvcr, It win, Hiintor, Johnson,
Jones of Iowa, Jones of Tennessee, Mason, Mori?",
Xorris, l'cttit, l'rntt. Husk. Sebastian, Shields,
Slio'cll, Stunrt, Thompson of Kontucky, Thomson
of Now Jersey, Touoer, Wollcr, M'illiams 37.
XAY'S Messrs, Chase, Dodgo of Wiscon
sin, Fcssendcn, Fish, Foot, Hamlio.ifouston, James,
Seward, Smith, Sumner, Wude, and Wade lu.
So tho bill was passed.
Ou motion of Mr. I0UGLAS, its title was
amended, so as to read: "A bill to organize the
Territories of Xobrilskn nnd Knnsns."
Mr. BADGI.lt. I think that tho Senate, .after
this protracted sitting, is entitled to a rest of three
days. 1 tncrcioro niuvo imii wncn mo ncuutc
adjourn, it bo to meet on Tuesday next,
Several Senators. Agreed.
Tho motion was agreed to.
Tho Senate, then, at five minutes lo fivd o'clock
on Saturday morning, alter a continuous session ol
seventeen hours, adjourned to Tuesday next.
Wo nro requested to sny, that Mr. Kverett..w1io
left the Senate, on account of ill health, nt hnlf-nitst
throo o'clock this morning, would hatu voted iu the
negative on the Nebraska bill.
March fl. The Hoise went into Connnitteo on
tho Homestead hill. A number of amendments
.1 i..i ... ii.. il...... i .:
SHIU llicn IV "iiiii ...... nv, jitinii.u HUN
r0HtVicti!g"ben,.it of the bill to free white persons,
WB tuUel7llp nmi dopted-Yoas 101, nayi 7H.
Bill provides that nny freo whito person, head nf
family or of ngc, shall bo entitled to enter, free of
cost, one quarter section of vacant nnd unnpproprt
utod public hind, which nt the tiino of npnlieution
, . . . . ,
may bo sulijoct to private entry at ono dollar and a
iquarter per acre. Aeertillcnto is not to be given or
patent issued for the land, until tho expiration of
live years from date of entry, when tl.o person
Entering must provo that ho or she has resided on
md cultivated said land during that period nnd
"till resides there, llio bill passod toas HI,,
CONGRESSIONAL. TREASURER'S REPORT FOR FEBRUARY.
J. McMILLAN, Treasurer.
IIKD, Fobruary Oth, at tho residence of Jcsso I
Ilolines in Logan County, in the 19th year of her1
age, StsAN, daughter of Joshua Lloyd or Bel-'
o ' ' " i
"Many my friend have mourned for. thee,
And yet shall many mourn;
lng as thy name on enrth shall be
In sweet rcmombranee borne,
By Ihosowhn loved thee here nnd lovo
Thy spirit still in realms above.
For while thine absence they deplore,
T'is for thcmselvos they weep;
Though they behold thy fin o no more,
Iu peace thine ashes sleep.
And o'er thy tomb they lift thoir ryes,
Thou art not dead, thou couldn't not dio,
In loftier miio l I fain would raise,
With my victorious breath,
Some I'air memorial of thy praise .
Heynnd the roach of death;
Proud wish and vain I cannot give
Tho word thut makes tho dead lo live;
Thou art not dead, thou cnuld'st not die,
To nobler life new born;
Thou look's! with pity from the sky,
Upon u world forlorn,
W hero glory is but dying fame
And immortality a uanie.'
Receipts of the Bugle for the week ending March 8.
Anlui, Vt ollstillo,
limine I'einlerson, Bulllc crocs,
,r ,, ,,, , ,.,,,,;..
'i, 'V'irtr Harrisvill1
(j! oi ; aitOJonrotf Centre,
V,',,,rd'. ,, " '
S LeO-ver .'. '
' j William" "
i it n,,Ji, ..
'(- ' ..
lb,ops ilaih'v. Sinitblii bf,
Mrs. I.. I'rOMch. AustinlmrgH,
Uonj. Muvllle, Urliann,
Joseph I'rlliip, Adiian,
Unmet l(eeliorc, Xew Anliocli)
2 M b!'!
75- Id 4'
50- loj !
.Mrs. S. O. Krnst, Cini innnti.
Sarah Ann I'esrson, Clarksoii,
11. II. U it. h. Charlotte,
. . lloon, Montpelicr,
.lese Mark I. am. J:,lnn,
Thomas .1. Henry, Yemon,
MVilliam Fraiser, Itavenna,
Andrew Alexander, Columbiana,
Joshua Cope, UolVrain,
Robert II. Millmnti, Monroe,
Isnao Chnmmrrs, '
TO HE HELD ON
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
THE 11TH, 12TH, AND 13TH OF APRIL, 1854.
To Tin Friknds or Ixi'artiai. Fsr.rno : In
kiiuiiii ma nils uer rotirin Annual vail lor
... ... ... . . .
sending; out tins onr rotirlh Annual Call for a
Bncring 01 iup-.o wno nnto oppress.on nnd love
J"ie. wo dccnl tbtt litglni? bf nny renswis for
J"'"K w liolly unneecssnryt Th3 importance of
frequent mcaiings of tho friends of this cause, for
deliberation, roiinscl and encouragement, is well 1
.n.Jerstood, ns is, nlso, tho utility of Conventions
, . , .,, ... .11 . .
pouring Anti-Slnvcry truth upou the hearts of
",0 pettple. e will only sny that, since our last
Annunl Convention, deeds hnve been done m our
Midst that warn us not to relax our efforts.
0ll(. until within the nnt vent, free lYnm ilm
. " ". until williiu tl.o pastyear freo from the
"cep disgrace of having scut bnck a poor fugitive
to his chi'.ilis, luidcr tho Fugitive Slave Act, now
8llinJ doubly i!.'1 'nldcl;
ni .;,.(! .1 . ! n. f .. : I .1 '.
fl'O loiist. u'w... I rights of onr c. Ucd cm,en.
to protection have been ylTiciillly outraged l.y n
decision of one of onr Jiiriircs umin the Ucncli. thev
o -I 7 .
uuiigva u,...i ii .tiitn, invj ,
aro to be supposed slaves
ved their free loin; and the
., . . , , , , i
is nothing to fear from legal (
until tlicy have provei
li.l.i.m,... Cl 1... I... .
..v., ...... .,., ,,UIU ".-K"'
J111"'0 " victim has not free papers in his pock-
ct. Thus, virtually, is Ohio iniulo a Slave State.
During the past year our State hns been morc'nd
... .... l ... i . I,. , I. .
mi etor used ni a hunting-ground, free to all who!
ohoso to rim upon tho trail of the poor bl.ick man ;
and if tho clforts now being mado by the SI novo -
crats of Congress nre successful, not a foot of the
soil or the United States but may soou be trodden
. , J
by a slave.
And still como waftod to us, on every breeze,
that sweeps over our beautiful river, tlio sighs nnd
groans ortllillions nf our countrymen, upon whose
u. ... ii . l,
dreary earthly condition llopo scarce sheds 0ne
Aulong the places in which Anti-Slavery Con
ventions should be held, Cincinnati is prominent,
Considering its location its adaptation to the rad
iai'ng of the light of Anti-S'.uVery trulli over the
duiker p."ts of our hind a more important point
can hardly le found ( nnd the success Hint bus
i i .i tc i. I.... i, . .j i
attended the efforts- that Imio been niudo here
aucsis inai mere is noi a iuoif 'iuiuiiiiu nuio.
M'o do, thon, earnestly invite all !o agree with
.. . . .....
lis that slavery is a crimo ngainst God Miu mnn,
i -ir ,mmi i n r i. i
nnd nro willing faithfully to labor for its ubolition
whatever otllrr difforenccs mny exist oiuong us, to
come togelhcr ngaiu in Convention, to deliberate
upon the great work we havo to do. And our
platform will bo freo to nll, whether friends or
1 . . , .,., ,
oppoiioiits, who desire ciindidly to discuss tho gront
principles of the Auti-Slavcry entcrpriso.
Confiding in the blossing of Almighty CJml,
iiromised to every true and ri-ht effort, wo bono to
make nil impression upon tho moral atmosphere'
that shall vibrato to tho extreme ycrgo of our slave-,
Par in Otis F.k.nst,
11. P. H. tt'KWF.I I.,
Mart M. Gi n.n,
N. M. Gi i i o.
AxnuEtv II. lsr,
.In. I. I H.tHtVOOll,
KniV.tKU 11 ARWOOIl,
Klizaiietii T. CoLts.t
ltuunl of Minairt.
OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Mail Traill leaves Pittsburg ut ROt) M.
SALKM, ll,(i.i A. M.
" " arrives nt Crestline ft, 3D P. M.
Kx press Train leaves Pittsburgh at 3,110 P, Mi
" arrives nt Crostlino
TRAINS GOING EAST.
SALKM H,30 A. M.
' " nrrives nt Pittsburgh nt II, -10 A. M.
Kxpross Train leaves Crostlino ut 1.15 P. M.
" " " SALKM ,(XI P. M.
" " arrives at Pittsburgh 8,30 P. M.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
Tu Se1, 1'i,,t"rml '",u, VVork" r,,r tIlu Yenr 1 M '
$1,000 DOLLAUS A A'.l..
WAXTKD IX KYKItY SECTION' OF TIIK
CXITKD STATKS, active and enlorprisiug men,
in eniriurn in tlie sate uf some of lh.l best Hiiiilfu
published in tho Country. To men of good nddress,
possessing a small capital of from $2."i to llH, such
inducement" will bo offered us to cuablu them to!
make from 3 to if j a day profit. I
Ji-jr 1 ho K.Miks puhlndicd liy us are nil useful in
their character, extremely popular, and command
large sales wherever they are offered.
Fur furt,,fir P,1r,VV"! 'iZ' wu-( V.0BA" py Pli'I,)
l.llllr.ltl Str.Alt.S. I 'liltHiifi:
UOllF.ItT SKAIIS, J'ublithrr,
1M, William Street, Xetv-Vork.
Six bushels of these Celebrated Puil by planting
Which, as nidoh fodder cnu bo rnised on one acre ns
can lie raised off (if five of anything elso that can
he sowed, and it is better for tlio soil than clover.
Just received and for sale by
F It. SHANK LAND.
12l Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pn.
Fob. IS, lK'l.-3m.
S A i7h m ""n' u k s k u V .
MAKK ItOK.ll.U, rropi'irtor.
OXH MILK N0UT1I WKST OF SALKM, OHIO,
II AS ON II AN 0 SEVERAL 1 not's AN n
EVERGHEFN TREES, SUCH AS
jfiV0, UutC0, vcDat9, Itmipcvo,
6:0.. A:c.. from ihreo to si feel bih. of thrift
.. .. . .
igrnwin. .iisoi.nn assortment ni rruit i rees ami
'Cirapn Vines, nll of which he offers nt the lowest
Feb. 2r, lWt 3w:
so;KMKls0X E. AVIIITF., Lecturer on CommcrsU
Ftir fi" co.ursciu J)oii)l kiiljJViJ'-Rireldnij 1 ,j
L ""J, If1''.' lp'"f." ..'"''O mUU .. sm4
ror full Course 111 Ladn-s DipurViU'iit,,-... J1.t1
For separate course in Practical l'oiimais!lh; 6i0t)
usen i y mo mai nourisiiing aim ennneit ,estui
ley lishments, engaged iudit idu.illy or in pnrtiierhtli .
'tt.1 Wb.tlnlo and Ret.ul, ou Coinmisstim or Joint
Spernlation, including I'aUki'ig, SlenmlMialiiiCi
Kailromi rtnd Joill-.M-k I'-H.ks, JtJ
fuiniliiirising the student wiili the Ccininereitil
ITochnioalilies and Phrnseology of Corrcsiindcucc.
... ..,, . , , .V.nv i ' .... .
I ....,,1.1 i.w.t rei.oeifiiliv inform lb cilixcn nt
Snh ni, Hint I will b founJt tio liome.of 1J
l'..Au r.. IkM ah la
wln-tS J c.i: lio onsuiina
on the suhisct of tlisiu.e Rml cun. r, If -Wiih -
will call nt the residence of the nfflicted.i I'o triD
lalwrinjr under mnUiiiios lint their physiclno
not rench, or deteriuino whnt orgnii is disosed. '
we would particularly iuvile to test our iriytterloii '
powers. ,. ';' t 'v' "'
Hours of I'xnininalion. from ) ViVx k A.-M., n ''
i I. M. Kor esnmiiifltion, onu 'tlnlr " . '
patient i not salihticd, no charge wilNf iimdiw '
j u i.i a in rutin' ' :
March 4. 1X5 !.-!-.
sipeeiob inttr, mmm, omir.
B. BUY A XT, JAS. VASI1IN(1T0X
i II. HWKillT STHATTOX.
H. BrtYAXT, I'rofcs-ior of the Science tt
II. DU';ilT StU tTT3X; Awoemt'o i'Voi". m li.
:' k. and it.sViixuKh.
Author, "'r'ld.suorfl tt ti.e Speiu crinn Syslum of
renmaiislrp and ' omniercml I orrespujiilinii e. - .
SAHAIl I). Sl'l-.N'CMl, I nstructrew in Uie La
dies' Writing 1, pnrtment. , . ;., ,. ;
W. W. IIAKDF.lt. Assistant I'ror.. in the Book-
istiint IVou'. in
Keciiing Heparlmeut'. ,t-
Hons. JUlKlK STAItKWFATIIF.lt nml II.
v . .".... ...... ...... ....
P.... ASA MA II AX. I ciiirenm p..1ir...,.l
For vurious styles in Oruumciilal iVrilmg - ill
The Principals of Ibis Institution, design making
't ono of tho best mediums in the lulled States
fi)r , . ft ., ,, pril lil.a knuwWp. of
tie ,.,;, jmiesuf the Cotinliiig Room and In si-
ness pursuits in general.- ......
I'll K Colltsfl OF I.VSTilUC'TlOX, cmbracet
iJook-kecriiliii by Duiitdo Kntrv ns ni.l.lied to tlia
c$ 'IJ'S J
.m,,,,,,.,,,,!, cuaprvhcnding tho best forms now
n.l l m.,.i n,...i.i,;n.. ....1 ....1
... ........ ...... n.. y ,..r,
,iiraoce. Ita ion.' rtud In 'Itfs
Commercial Calculations nnd Corr'i' j.ojidencc, rm-
bracing every variety of business rmiip'itat'toH,
j Mcrcaiitile S. liools,' and having its origin ns it
does in'tliis Institution, much will be done to nmk.
nn Instructive nud pndlitablc brunch Ih t!ie Leu:
"7, TT'' , t u it -1 ' 1 ' J. i '
X he Spenccriau System of Practical PisaitiflVsluM
in nll iu f()rm, wlU t) ,iy i(M Author', Pi K
Spencer, nnd J. W. Lusk. "Xo Institution iu
America, oilers superior facilities to this for impart'
'",'' n "'l''',1 "d Systematie Hand Writing. Gen-
'Hemcn nnd Ladies in all parts of tho countrv,
,lesiroil, ( qualifying themselves for Teachert ol
this linrivallcd nud popular System, will nnd tboir
want" Wet nt tliis Cyllegp.
TIIK LADIK.S I'VU'AI'TMF.NT Js, iinfjn.Jjr
sepnrnto from the gentlemen's; rthd l CttVil up iS
a splendid nnd convenient style. SLiy LnilM
nre now reaping ine nencnis oi a lliuruugli Jicr-
cimtilo FMucation, by occupying lucra(.ive,ai
"P"il'lj Rituiiti.uis. Fomales desirous .(.T i
tending a Mercantile Sclusil, wi I find tho fuciijti
fur stmiy oflered nt this Institution, sunorioV i
............ 1 ... I' ' . ' a
.w. .v.L.j ill.ii;il ... linn .MSl'lUllUII, BllllOriOr IO
any oilier in tno I niton Ptnfes.
Apjilicrtiits enn enter t!ntt n eourse of study at ,
.f.lltt t.mn .ll.t.i,. ll.ii l-M.tw '
v.. , " v p . . ,. .V' , i . . .. 1 . ...
inploinas ilrC itwlirdru to sludchts who sustuin B
',;i?roUh cxnuiinntiorl.'. susia.u ..
The Principals have an Cxlensivf aequnit'aflcif '
with busine.: men throughout tho Wpst, nud o(i ,
render efficieut nid to graduntes iii securing situ-
"'V,'.1,'' .. , . . . '. -
J he suit of Hooins occupied by this College, Bin .
,, ,paei,is, and nro fitted up in n more elegant ;
and coiiveiiK'iit manner than any other like iusli-
tution in tlio I iiito.i. KlUtc: . ,:i
fT '".f 'ri"l:lr U1""
Dec. 31, 13.-Iy
TIIK undersigned is now recoiling his supply
jof Field, Garden, Treo and Flower-seeds; also,
largo additions to his Stock of Horticultural and
Agricultural Implimcnts, and will be enabled to
'offer dealers and amateurs tho most extensive and
varied collection of Field, Culinary and Flow or '
Seeds, Bulbs, Tubers, ic., e., ever oflered io this
market. Tho seeds hnve borh expressly crow t t'l
order by the ninst CDlCbrHt'ixl Seedsnieu iu Aiiierictv ,
and Kurype, nml warliihled by the growers true lo '
nnuio: new und slipevior varieties of Corn, Grain,
Grass, I'libbilgo, Turnips, Cucumber and Pumpkin
seed ; lnsli and Mveet potatoes : f lower seeds and
DaJilia roots. As the stock if the bitter is liinit'od)
'orders for the same should be sent in nt once io
prevent disappointment : together with the luresk
collection of Agricultural nud Garden Inipliiiicntjt '
to bd found in Ibeoirv, ns the diplomas and preiu
'unsnwnrded nt tho futo Fair, by tho Stato Agri-
cultural Society; will testify, nmoiiuting to tour
two hundred dollars.
. E. It. SHAXkLAxri,
12'., Wood St., Pitt:
Feb. 18, '54.-ani.
j.New andCholce Varltlin of Vtjf lubln ihd S'ctdL
Chineso Kight Bowed Corn,
Improved Dutlon "
Stoivel Kvergreen "
Philadeltdiiu Sweet "
Mountain Juno Potatoes, (very Bur1,) ,
iMaiitnioth Xulmeg, 1
Peach lllossom, 1
Fairly While Mercer '
Ash Leaf. Kidney 1
(early six weeks,)
(a vory largo variety and
it .i o ii:. ...
s-.et INiiuioe. new variety fn.iii '..rtlt
m. , lfts prn,ed the most proline nnd dosirnbl-
fop n"-thorn culture that has ever been introduced
nils iiiiirsei. , . i . . i i" '
Ps Now Variutiesof Cal.bngo Seed, (lintuirtcd,)
"II " It xlisji ;
U " " " Celery "
i iiciimoer .
411 " " " Giilsfl
Order Itespectfully Solicited, nud Promptly
F II. SIIAXKLAXI), StrtisxAv;
Xo. 12'.', Wood St.,. Pitts., Pa!
Feb. 1, lS.M.-rim.
I'll I' IT TltlXS AKD 81UII nllEl-i'.'
20,lX0 Choicb Apple Trees, , , . . -3.IKM)
Dwarf Pear Trees, (very fine,) . ,
5,000 Poach Trees, (new varieties,) .. ..:...-
'J.iXKMierman Plum Trees, (iniiorltd,) i ',
MOO Cherry Trees,'
20,(100 Kvcrgrceusi . i , , . I . ...
80 Xew and suptrb varieltes SuatyVerry,
i U ' KasplMirry, "
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