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"Sons of Liberty:"—Remarks of Mr.
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,iv. Slave Act,, ho H,m. Jos,i 0,J
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(if winch order bo gave iu5 following hiatori-
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that we should look to precedent., to tho !
action of our Revolutionary ancestors, ninn ,
Immnrtahrod In history, their conH '..-t
would furnish sufo rules for ns urn or l.ko ;
t-.rcumslancos. limy rmsse-l throngti sruix-o '
iiku iiicbo wuii wiiirn wii urn iiiiw nuiruuii'i
ed.tiimilaf in rivincipla, but (ItlVuiing wlili-ly I
in degroo. 1 rolr to lho"Mtnmp Aff."
whon an attempt was made to tax thocnlon-;
1st by compelling tlio pcnplo to buy stain pd (
)npiir of tho goTorninwiif. It was an en-1
croachnirnt upon thuir rights of property 5
but bora no comparison to tlui outra';o
upon liborty. inflictod by this oimotmr nt ;
yet it was an encroacliinont upon tbeir
rights, an attumpt to tax tlmm witho'it pi.
muting tliom to bo ropre.ontcl in Pni lia
tnont. Tbo Kujjitivn Lartaxo for pur
jiosos which w hold In alhoror.ua, in uttor
dotosution. Tho compellinp pooplo of
VshtHbula county to pay f.m i'xpiisus of
seiiing anJ CAiyinnlvi 'l0m Ohio to Vir
ginia ana iotiu i.;aroi,a, is
times moro resulting than to pay tho s.i.ne
nmountto wj-pnrt a (iororrmcnt in Oor-,h
manT. Btrt this trix l0 carry back slavos is
tiothmg cempa rod to that proision whioh
shocks ear sensibilities at suoini a fullow
winn rwbbpd of his liberty, onrsolvos com-
yellnd tnnid In tho porpot ration of tho crime,
, ; .
nde to rlrot the iron upon his limbs, and
him ovor to his tormentors, and compel
4 mo to lira;; nui a misnratiin ox istnnco, a
thousand times moro horriblo than death
But our f fit hers would not submit to the
Stamp Act ; shall wo submit to tho despot
ism of this s!o net ? Wo mo urently em
lull AS-iuil in opposing tho obnoxious law
So wci u iliey. Theru is u Btroig fooling, a
lcop hostility to this act. A gentlimiau
from l'oi'Uii county tlioothrr day, told mo
there wore two thousand man ready to
mircli.or do any tiling olso to relievo tho
prisiiiiurs nt Clevelutnl, und put down this
insult to our moral sunsibilitHis ( und such
is tho caso hero, und in all tho Counties ol
tho Uo6urve. Tho popular lioart swulls with
indignation, each individual fuels und ex
presses it ; but this fouling uviils little until
enncuntratod, united, and guided in tome
well denned channel of operation.
Such was tho caso in New Khglnnd in
1725. Our fathers wore excited and indig
nant. They lolt thoir rights woro outraged.
Tho "Stamp Ant" had paifed. Jitrod In
Koraol of New ll ivon, hnppnnod at that time
10 be in London, llo Bought and obtained
tliu appuiiitmuut of stump musiiir. lie land
ed ut Boston 011 his return, und boru himsull
as beenma a supercilious ollh-.o holder. Soon
ho had reacbud Now Haven, a town moot-
ing wus culled, aB Iiub been dono here this
cvuuing. Iney passon resolutions ruuuost
ing hiiu to resign. Norwich, New Lnmlnn,
and Woatheraliuld did tbo same; horelusud
lie probably fell aB Judge Willson, Attorney
Ooneral Balden, and MurBhal Johnson now
fool, that tho tiovoi ninonl is on their side,
and they hold tho poopio in contempt,
said Ingorsol. Our lathers saw tbo necessi
ty ol union, of cuucotiti'uting tho public
tho same as wo foul it now.
To effect that object laggnt and Thur
mau aud other purtius conrmvod und estab
lished tho order called " Tho 80ns of orty,"
It wus composed of anient Whigs;
they hat! no Tories among them. Each
knew thoso who belonged 10 the order
They consulted together mid ucttd together.
Comparatively fuw woro willing to uuttoand
thereby incur danger of treason undor Brit
ish law, thank Uod wo have no such tears
But a goodly number united and actrit.
Ingorsol started from Now Haven to go
II irtlbr I at the convening ol tbo Logislaturr.
As ho drow nuar to Wostfluld, ho met
men riding two ubroust, ouch holding a
liowly cut from tho forest, pooled, and look
ing white. It was one of the insignia of
order, which Ingeraol did not understand.
8oon after ho met sixtnon others riding
nbreast, ouch with his pooled staff.
opened to tho right, and lott and Ingorsol
passed on his way. boon after ho met
hundred, preceded by three trumpeters,
two otlicois 111 military uruat. I hey opened
right and left, Ingeraol passed on to
ceo lor, whnn they wheeled thoir horses
rode to fho village, with Ingoisol in
midst. Thon thoy halted, and ordered
to dismount, " Tho Sons of Liberty "
dismounting, gathered nround him, and
loader intoi tnod him that ho mn.t thru
there re$i)ii kit oilier " I will wait tho
dors of liovoruinunt, said Ingorsol.
which tho loader responded in laiiiua'io
1 '-Son of Liberty,"" li re in
worthy of a 1
fi'ot'f cnmi nl! " suld ho. The ollico
wos astonished. Ho supposed that a
old man who sat 011 tho throne at Westmin
ster with a baublo on his bead, and a eonptro
of lees potency than a pooled c ine in
hand, commuted tbo government.
too, is the viuw of ollico holders at this
They boliuve that Jumcs Buchanan is
Hove i-nine nt ! They think ut least ho
bis cabinet, and tbo Supromn Court,
Congress, constitute the Government.
" mistaken souls." They are all our
I havo nfton told ttiem in tho
of tho Sons of Liberty, " litre ii
Government ! " that tho Poopio aru tho
iiositariet of power I Horn rt-i'des tho
ereignty of tho nation. Kaeli individual
constitutes a component pin t of tho
I would that froeinen should
derstand thuir dignity and power.
government is in our hands, and wo aro
in tho hands of tho govern men r.
farmers of Woathoislluld hud thought
this mattur. Thoy were conscious of
dignity! and lngerao! then saw their powers
' If I refuse what will follow ':" said ho
" Voir Fatb I " said tbo louder of the
These two monosyllables reached
heart. It was tho doterminod Unguagoof
tho patriots. And thoso words should
the hoai t of Buohunan and every
olliuo holder, who attempts to enforce
fugitive law, I would soud thoso
thrilling through tho heart of every
catcher, commissioned by James Buehanuii,
or acting upon tho impulse of tho Princo
. Slave-holders. 1 would say to thorn, if
attompt to ensluvo a man here on
Western Resorvo, "your fate" will follow.
As In Congress, 1 say to-night, if tho
pollutes my threshold with his
1 will strike him down : bo bo
holder or Deputy Marshal, " his fate
. follow 1" These four words will
duo of tho appropriate nmtinig for
Hons of Liborty" whom I propose to
When Ingorsol heard thorn, a now
teemed to opon up to his frightonu'd
lion. "Tho cause," said ho " is not
dying for" Languagu which many
catching doughfucos aud Deputy
of our State would utter if tho 11000U.
one lentil part of tho poopio would
- juid , kindly whisper " your fato" in
cars. " I resign, " said Innorsul. "
"olt," laid thu leador. Ingorsol
strated. Thon, taid the Inadur. shout
and Proporty," throe times;
fces-ayl opened bit profane lips and
' Srst tUn io bit life shouted " Liberty
' rropertf," Liberty and Prouertii
&TY ANV PftOr-BKTV I " It should be
0 wiud, tbat iUq wMlior fiovoruuout
not io pomoouted tho onlm,Uu its to rob nj
nf their Hut fWo r fttterrrii,
k.M tit. hnnU M ir: . r
fiion sua iu IYIIIV f IrCVl tUOsHUlls.
wore (.red vpcm bt the Kins's trooo. "l
mi'tVL ihoir mutto wai men
wor 'ra vpon by
nof tnom kild. thair
amoDlo hva.J..mr to it tho word
rW-to, .nU w.U, I ,r.t, bo
Rut , J ,nt ,0 H.rtf.ml
pany with tho " Sons of Liberty," and thoro
announced his resignation to tho firoper au-
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IIIUIUIIB HII'I IOIIM M III III II Dl I'Hli
"""w "P"11? throughout Now Eng-
, 'in ow Tii ,,,.
,ot BM(, ,,itrjct Jnirn(1 with & They
!,,,, ,orio, , ,hoir rRIlk ,, ,,.
mollt mM j(,ul () ' channe),.
Its innaonco con.trainc.l tho offlee holders
to solid back to Kncland tho stamped pnpor
forwovded to thwin, and to resign thuir
ollicus. Tho King and Parliatnont oponod
thuir eyes to tho groat truth, that tub rr.o-
TLB roNSTlTL'TF.t) A POWF.n StTEKtOB TO
TiicMHi.t.vr.a. and thov ronoaled tho stamp
net. (tuntlemon, lot tho true " Sons of
Liborty" in Ashtabula County manifest tho
same firmness exhibited at Wtmtliorsneia in
1703. aud Jainos Buchanan and his satraps
I would never bo seon chasing stares in Ohio,
nor would thov Dorsoeuto our citizons.
I Tho Unler was kept up; onti wnen in
1 odious tux on tea wis forced upon th pio-
neors, and the two ships loaded with it lay
I in Boston harbor in 1773, they eg;':D tat in
I council and detorinined on thoir courso.
- ..:..i..i'..ll : ..Ian thnw wnnl nil himrd
, ;, tno Atlantie Ocean for a tea pot,
Eot up tho colohiatod toa-party to
. wtli0, 0ur friend (Mr Simonds) alluded
This wni tho socond and last exorcise
forco by the " Sons of liberty." Their groat
usefulness cnsisted in giving direction
HAn..l.. ;if4 Mfl.lh iiii.lMrl tliA nrnviu
,1 (mi iiiiii.iiiii .111.114 n " " -
cin U!,8uturoe, and found an oqually om
..and , hltic SpreOTiou in Congress.
,) ohn A lains intorms us innia uociaruiuui
from tho " Sous of Liberty" in Pennsylva
nia mot him in Now Jersey in 1776, when
on his way to Congross. Thoir principal
object was to induce him so to itrrango matters
us to havo Mr. Jatl'erson write the Do
duration of Independence a moasure
which Mr. Adams hod brought forward and
advocated. Thoy thought by bo doing thoy
would securo tho itiflontiee o'f Virginia mid
ollior Southern States. I now think tho
proposition wrong) that Mr. Adams should
huvo pursued bis own course and received
the glory which he thus turrondorod to an
other. But ho buing out of the Order, sub
mitted to thoir advico, and Jefferson, feel
ing the import nf this phrnso, adoptod the
natural rights uf man to lifo, liberty and
property, as the basis of the now (Jororn
niont. Ho, howovor, changod tho word
" property," to that of " tho pursuit of hap
piness," as ti better mode of expression.
Tut no mnnh had tho neonlo become
tachud to this maxim that thoy adopted
into tho Constitution, which prnvidos that
"110 person shall he deprived of life, hbortj
or property, without tho process of law.
This declaration, 111 tho words used uy
: .. Sons 0( liberty" in 1770, and iuoorpora
as ,oU tU(J Constitution, I suggest as
I ))rpr Dasig 0f tho Order which I now pro-
posu to rovivo. 1 nopo tnai our iriunus
other counties and towns may unite in
vivinir this orcanization and concentrating
tho popular mind upon tno importance
maintainiue thoriiiht of every human
to lifo, liberty and property, until
catchers nod slave-catching office-holders
shall bo driven from tho Hosorvo, from
State, trom. iho Union, most tub would,
Mi. U.lliuu pruBontud tho Constitution
"CONSTITUTION OF THE SONS OF LIBERTY."
Wiikrkas. Tho authority of Britain
her American Provincas was first set at
by an association nf patriots
Tho Sons of Liberty," who by thoir
efforts concontruled the influence
tvi.. liio prions to the nouular voice,
is niwuvs powtuful when guided by discre
tion mid iudmnont: And whoroiis the
that now controls the Administration of
I'ederul fiovernmool has-wogod a cruel
vuinst human nature establishing an
ecrable commerco in thetouls and bodies
men, a coaitnerca to cruel that ttt
oftuu pruler death by their own hunds
than the degradation, tho horrors
which it consigns thorn ; employing
armv and navy to butcher defenceless
J . . ... .. r.i...:-
men and children 011 accuutit m iiimr
of liborty ; enacting a fugitive law so
that Iho tender mother is driven
tho terrible ultornativo of slaying her
children rather than son thorn subjected
its cruelties i overruling the luwsand
upon tho rights of our State j protect
in felons indicliiiB in our courts ; extend
ing impunity to murderers who shod
blood ot their fellow men upon our son
,.r...iini, imnriitniiinir and nrosecutine
To .i(17018 ior exorcise nt virtues
,.,,,,',),,,,,. ,1... ruo vlorv of our ruvolutioua-
riots. ,v nncofttors
Now, theroforo, in order to reform
administration of our government ; to
its energies to tho protection,
of tbo destruction of human rights; to
an end to this piratiuul war, wo boruby
vivo tho ancient ordur of" Tho Sons of
ertv," recognizing each other and thoso
shall horealter sign' this Constitution
that namo: declaring our present
and ulterior design to inculcate and
tain the duty of human government to
human rights t that the violation
thoso rights by individuals, by officers,
men -acting as a Uovornmeut, constitutes
Appealing to tho Supremo Judgo of
world for tho rectitude uf our intentions,
declare that ' no person shall be
or lifo, liberty or proporty, without duo
cess of law," when wb uavb rowea to
f Thu foroioing Constitution wat
subscribed by nearly one hundred
men, embracing the names of somo
most prominent anu rospeciamo viuzuua
tho community. .isnuiomti orniKin,
CiiAiti.i'.s SrMNF.it. A correspondent,
tho Now York Evrni-ig I oet, who
from Naples, with dato of April 18th,
I had tbo uood fortune to meet
SiiinuiM' yesterday afternoon, walking
Villa Hondo. He was looking
well, much hotter than whon I last saw
in Now York, llo is onuouragod to
pate an entiro recovery by autumn.
iolt for Homo this morning to witness
ceremonies nf Holy Week, aud oxpocta
bo once mure In tho bands of his
In Paris oarlv in May. llo says ho lias
led a studious, not to say a laborious
1 at Montnulior. whoro thero is a ruinous
tary, in which he spout most 01 ins
,'aihtjr and In
' for the
Woman Wmi'i'iNo. In this
ed ai-e of the world it is reserved
Austria to attain the bad pre-eminence
continuing the revolting practice of
Dinar women. Lowell Vvurier.
It is the custom to whip women
solar south, we believe. Our
States yield nothing to Austria in
mailer. Stat Journal.
0 oxb to Elvria The Kentucky
Catchers were yesterday taken into
todv of the Lorain County Sheriff
warrant for kidnnpping, and
Elynu to be lodged in Jail until their
at the next term of the Common
Court, which commences Oa im-4uay
bad nixL Leader tth.
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MONS. NO'l'KS, &o. dec, which we ar offering
lor bale at Low Prices.
ST 1 LfjS
Jljc jef felrgoiiif Behiocrttl
JULIUS 0. CONVERSE, Editor.
CnAUDO.N, 0 11 in, fuidiy, m a mm sm .
Hon. B. F. Wade
Will address a Mass Meeting of Re
publians at PAINKSVILLE, to-morrow,
(Saturday,) at 1 o'clock, l M.
Meeting of the Republican Central
Agreenbly to a published call, the
members of the Republican Central Com
mittee of OcaugA County, met at the
office of the Probate Judge, in Chardon,
on the 18th inst., and proceeded to tho
business for which taid meeting was
called, by appointing the following gen
tlemen Delegates to the Republican Stale
Convention which meets at Columbus, on
the 'id day of June, to wit :
Hon. P. Hitchoock, S. B. Philurici,
Eft)., Judge M. C. Canfibld, and J. O.
Col. II. II. Ford, David
S. Wriout, and John
J. S. WRIGHT.
MA 1181 1 SMITH,
J. H. MURRAY.
Republican Ctntral Vummiltet.
CHARDON, May 18, 1859.
J7"AU the members of the Central
Committee were present at the meeting
Wednesday, except Mr. Robinson, of Rut
sell. It is due lo him and to Mr. Wright,
lo stale that they were appointed
at the suggestion of the other
members of Ihe Committee. ,
Mass Convention at Cleveland.
The Herald and Lradtr publish a call,
numerously signed, for a Mass Conven
tion of the Freemen of the Reserve,
be held in Cleveland, on Tuesday,
24ih inst. The object of this Convention
is to give expression to the determination
of the People to resist the further
croachments of Ihe Slave Power.
We trust that Old Geauga will
rtpresenled on that occasion, by hundreds
of her liberty-loving citizens.
Leader lays :
The Railroads have all agreed to
the people to the Convention at half
and an adjacent County purposes to
out two thousand strung, with two Rands
ot Music. We hear that there will be
large aiienduucw from Ashtabula, Lake,
iiic, Sia. Among the speakers
abroad announced on the posters,
Gov. CuAtiK, Hon. J. R. Giddinus, Sena
tor Wauk, und Hon. J. M. Root.
The Crisis Arrived.
Tho lust urrivuis truin thu Old
bring corroborative intelligence of the
claration of war betweon France and
diuia on tbo one side, and Austria on
other. At tho same time oomet a
of battle fought botween tbo Austrian
Sardinian troops al the Bridge of Bufilora,
in which the lattor were defeatod after
considerable loss oil both sides, and that
bridgo was destroyed by them on making
rotrout. The Austrian torcus wero concon
trating along tho Susia, and had occupiod
Verculli. Venice, Veroua, Trieste and
surrounding country were in a ttato of
and General Gyulaiy, the Austrian
mander, is said to have imposed heavy
tributions upon the inhabitants.
French Minister at Vionna.and the Austrian
Minister at Paris, had both quitted
posts. Napoloon was expected to leave
Italy, on the tith inst., to place himself
the head of his troops, ile sent a
to tbo Corps Legislatif on tho 3rd, in
he tutus !" The object then of this
" to rustoro Ituly to herself, not to
" upon her a change of master. We
" not outer Italy to tomont disorder,
" disturb tbo power of our Holy Father.
Tho Banks of Kuglund, Frankfort and
sia havo raised thoir rales of discount
8 to S pur cent. Tho English Parliament'
ary elections were progretsing.and tho
vruaeut gain, 10 fur as heard, from
from IS to 20.
A toi no girl near Chardon determined
lo work out and earn a cow for her
who are very poor. She
until the animal was paid for and it
driven borne. The other night some
scoundrel, who bed an' old
sgainBt the girl's lather, went te the
iuclosure aud hacked the animal
wild a knife, and it will probably
the wounds. Plain Dealer,
We understand that an outrage ot
kind was recently perpetra'.ed in
but know nothing of tho manner in
the cow was purchased. As was
pected, the cow died from the effects
the wounds. The perpetrator of
outrage deserves to he severely dealt
Tnit village of Norwalk it toon to
lighted with gat.
SRSATon Brward and Rufut Choato havo
recently tailed for Europe.
u. Lccitr. of Green Co. Oa., was
murdered oa the 12ih, by one of lit
1'iuvATE lettors received at St. Louis, an
nounce tho death of Capt. Ooo. II. Paige,
Assistant Quarter Mastor.
A bkvf.rb tornado, accompanied by tain
and hail, passed oor the City of Motnphis,
Tonn.,on Monday night, injuring number
Advicbs from Tike'e Peak, received
at St. Louis, On the 14th, were discour
aging, but there wat no falling off of em
The brig Mary Carollno Stevent, belong
ing to tho Col. 6ocioly, sailei from Balti
more, at noon on the 12th, with 153 omi
giants, mostly manumitted slaves.
John ?tarrisotoi, Esq, a hardware
morchant and prominent citixon of Torontof
was instantly killed, on the morning of tbo
14th, by falling from kit homo.
Dr. ToMLimoN of Milledgeville, Oa.,
formally a member of Congrett from that
state, and latterly a distinguished medical
practioner, died on tbt 13iu.
A telegram from St. Loun, of the letti
states that a laud slid bad occurred at
Monte Christo, a mining town, killing four
persons, suspending mining operations, and
doing considerable damage.
Wk see it ttutod that up to tho 231 ult..
07G0 emigrants, had luilud from Liverpool
for Now York, in April, and that tho num
ber was expected to reach 10.000, iu the
courso of the month. Two-thirds of the
number woro Irish.
The clipper ship Pomona wat rccontly
wrecked off Wexford Iroland, going down in
nine fathouit water. 380 livos wore lost.
Thero woro 305 passengers and a crew of
52 persons on board. But 39 of the passon
gors and 17 of tho crew wore saved.
Tub steamers Monongahela and Edin
burgh, moored on the Illinois shore, oppo-
I site St. Louis, were burned, on the 16th,
There was no freight on either boat. Loss
estimated at 838.0JO : insured for 820,-
with. J line.
000 in Pittsburgh offices.
A destcctivb fire occurred in Cincin
nali.tnsl Sunday morning. About twenty
buildings, in all, were burned, nod sev
eral fibers damaged. Fifteen or twenty
families were maae homeless by tbo fire
Total )s 84,000 ; insurance ,2,000.
Thkbk. was a severo frost in Texas, on
23d ult., which destroyed a great deal
corn and cotton throughout tho Mtuto. The
Houston Telegruph estimates the dainngo
to tho crops at-" millions of dollars.
farmers were preparing to replunt, but
ground was very dry.
Pacl Muki'itr, thu great Amorican chess
player, arrived at Now York, in the steamer
Persia, on the 14th. It is laid to be hit
lention to remain in New York for a mouth
or more, and thon proceed to New Orleans.
Meanwhilo, he it to visit Boston, where
public dinner has been tendered him.
Tub Governor Gunural of Canada, through
the British Minister at Washington, bos
mundod of our Government the surrender
of Deputy Marshal Tyler, who shot Cap
Jones, of the brig Concord, iu Port Surma
Cuuada. Tho Attorney Genoral has
questions ol law involved in tho euse,
Wb receive all kinds of roports from Piko'
Peak. The Leavenworth Timos.of the
announces tho arrival oi Col. Win. J. Pros
ton, direct from Denver City, who reports
that everything looks favorably at thu nines,
and that the miners are in the bust nf spirits
Wb rvjnico to learn from tho Clevelan
Leador, that John C. Graunis, Esq., of
city, huB, during tho past week, resigned
ollico of United States Commissioner,
ho might not bo required, in an ofliiial
to carry out tbo provisions of
infamous Fugitiro Slav Act.
Lbtteku received at Washington,
sources entitled to credit, muution that
mors wore prevalont iu various portions
Italy that the Popo might be compelled
take rufugo In the U. S. Our ministers
Rome aud Naples speak of it as highly
babie, owing to the unsettled and precari
out situation of things.
Prof. Dbnnistor H. Olmsted, L.L.D.,
died at bis residence iu New Haven,
ociocb on tno morning 01 tne tain,
graduated at Yalo Colloge In 181 3, was
ed Professor in Chemistry iu North
lina in 1815, and served 10 years.
there he made a Geological Survey of
Slate, the first State survey made in
country, aud in 185 he was elected
of Mathematics aud Natural Philosophy
Yalo Colloge, which place be held at
timti of his death.
A fiiib broke out in Bronnan's Warehouso
Marietta, Ohio.ou the afturnoou of the
which destroyed -0 buildings in the
nosB part of the city. The principal
ers are Nye & Huntington, loss 6000,
turod 2l)i)0 j Bosworth, Wells k Co.,
12,000, insured for t8000 ; S. It.
loss 5000, insurod for 2500. The -Etna
Insurance Co., Hartford, has about
of tbe insurance ; the Hartford Company
s) 7000, and the City Co., Hartford 1800.
A large portion of goods were saved
a damaged condition. Soveral persons
injured by tbe falling buildings.
A tblburah from Leavenworth, of
ICth, states that Iho people of Southern
Nebraska aro earnoatly agitating tbe
tion of tho annexation of so much of
territory as lies south of tbe Platte River
Kansas, in ordor to secure admission
tho Union, at tbe next session of Congress.
Publio sentiment in thai portion of
Torritory, is so strongly in favor of the
posed annexation, that it has recently
resolved in Mass Convention at
City, to qomioato delegatus to tbe
Constitutional Convention, to meet at
audolto Iu July. It Is believed that
Nebraska delegation wilt be admitted
that JConvonllon, and that, iu defining
boundaries of tbe 6'tsto of Kansas,
Platte will bo designated at thoNorthorn
Speech of the Negro Langston.
Be (ore receiving hit lenience, Mr
Lantrston. the condemned Oberlin res
mine mailM a. fi.ar!. ami elnnuenl '
tDccch in his own vindication. After!
thowinir that, in ihe part he took in the
W-n;.,,.in n...n l. ntuatpd bv
no moitvet unworthy 01 a law-atiiiiing
... 1 ...-u r 1
emzon, am commenting wmi uiuun iwiuc ;
upon the position he ocouptod before the
Court, as one of that unfortunate race
which the Supremo Court of the United ,
Stales has solemnly adjudged to have
"no rights that while men are bound
to respect," he concludes at follows :
Hut in view of all the facts, I say, that,
if ever again a roan is seized near me,
and U about to be carried touthward as a
slave before any legal investigation has
been had, I shall hold it to be my duty
as I held it that day, lo secure for him if
possible legal inquiry into the character
of the claim by which he it held. And 1
go farther; 1 say that if it it adjudged ille
iral to procure even such an investigation,
then we are thrown back upon the last
defences of our rights which cannot be ta
ken from ue, and which Uod gave us
that we need not be slaves. I ask your
Honor, while I sar this, te place yourself
in my situation, tnd you will tay with
me that if your children had been seized by
men who claimed them as fugitives, and
the law of the land forbade you to ak
anv investigation, and precluded the
possibility of any legal protection or re
dress, then you will say with me, that
you would not only demand the protection
ol the law, liul you wouia can in youi
neighbors and your friends, and woultl ask
them to say with you, that these your
friends could not be taken into slavery.
And now I thank you for this leniency,
this indulgence, in giving a man unjustly
condemned, by a tribunal before which
he is declared to have no rights, the privi
lege of speaking in his own behalf. I
now that it will do nothing towara miti
gating your sentence, but it is a privilege
to be allowed to speak, ana I liiann you
for it. I shall submit to the penally, be
what it mav. But I stand up here le
say, tha'. it lor doing wnai 1 otu uo on
that dav at- Wellington. 1 am to l'O in
ail six months, and pay a nne 01 a tnou
sand dollars, according to the Fugitive
Slave Law, and such is the protection the
aws of tins country atlord me, 1 must
take upon myself the responsibility of self
protection ; when 1 come to oe claimed
by some perjured wrelctt as 111s stave,
shall never be taken into slavery. And
as in that try ing hour I weuld have others
do to me, as I would call upon my friends
to help me, as I would call upon you
vour Honor, to help me : as I would call
upon you, to the uisinct Attorney j
help me ; and upon you, lo his counsel
to help me God 1 I stand here to say that
I will do all 1 can, for any man thus seiz
ed and held, though the inevitable penally
of six months imprisonment and one
thousand dollars fine for oach offence
Uar.irs over me I We have nil a common
huinanttv. and vou all would do that
vour manhood would require it : and
matter what the laws might be, you would
honor yourself for doing h, while your
fi tends and your children to all genera
tions would honor you lor doing it, and
every good and honest man would say,
you had done right I (ureal ana pro
longed applause, in spile of the efforts
Couit and Marshal.)
QCIKTIN DumTARD, UT SlR WaLTBR
Scott. Peterson dc Brothers have given
us, in the above named volume, the
number of their cheap edition of
works of Sir Walter Scoit, and a popular
edition it is too, and we are glad to
they have made a tremendous hit with
cheao edition of the Waverley Nove.s.
There is a constant demand for these
productions of the Scottish Slink
speare, nnd here at last, we have an
tion for the million each volume costing
but twenty-five cents,, and the whole series
comprised in twenty-six volumes being
furnished for the small sum of five dollars,
and sent post-paid to any part of the
S. " Queniin Durward " which seems
with romantic incidents and fine portrait
ures of character has just been issued.
Such an opportunity to obtain these
fictions has never before been
sented lo Ihe masses of this country,
no other ships can these works be obtain
ed iu so desirable a shape for anything
like the price. Address all orders lo
B. Teterson eV Brothers, 306 Chestnut
jtWithin ihe past fortnight, we
been favored with two delightful
by some of tho .gifted
cians of our village. On the first
sion, they were assisted by Prof.
ho is known to everybody hereabouts,
as one ol the una si musicians living.
We hope to be "disturbed" frsqueutly,
in ihe same manner.
The Juno number of Godoy's Lady's
comet Udon with the choicest of
corns. In addition to tho usual
and variety of fosbion-platet, it contains
beautiful stool engraving, "Homo and
Homeless," which alone is worth more
the nrieo of the number. We will
the Lady's Book and tbe Democrat
Tbe Ladies' Home Magazine for June
received. It is an unusually attractive
ber, as respects both the reading matter
the illustrations. Thittagatine is a
of iu kind.
The famous1 Joe BarkoK sfreot-presebor
and Ex-Mayor of Pittsburgh, bas been
toneed to ten months' imprisonment In
Alloghooy County Jail, as a" nuisance.
New Goods. Our friend Rexford
just receiving a large quantity of
Goods, which he will tell at fair prices.
Advertisement next week,
Our village sidewalks aro in a bad
aud vory much need repairing. In
places, it is Impossible to walk upon
without ruuniog tho liik of a brokeu
State Sunday School Organization.
Thursday, io Cincinnati, was a great
Over one hundred tcnools were in alien
dance on the Convention with about
twelve thousand scnoiars.
ThursdaT. wero held at five different
- .- , -...j.j
places 01 wurenip, uuu an " -
A antral cutnmiltee wat organized,
, , o 1 Q I 1 ri :,l.
day lor the bunday Schoolt Children. ,
, i-.n,,-,;,,,. hui
State Sunday School Committee
ghall be appointed by this Convention to
consist ol liiteen memoers, mrce 01 umer
ent rtltgums denominations, 10 ue locatea
at , ilic others lo be selected from
different points in the Sta'e.
It shall bo the duty of this Committee
to tiromole in cvei v way the general
interests of the Sunday School Conven.
lion. Tliey bhall continue in ntnee until
their suc-esoors Bra appointed by a sub
sequent Ccnvenlion, and llie three central
members shall always be appointed Ironi
the place to which Ihe Convention stands
atljourned. The central committee con-j
sists of (he following persons, viz : Thon.
Moodie, of Columbus, Chairman ; E. D.
Kingnley and Dr. Towlcr, also of Colum
bus j 8. C. Emley, Dsyton ; Sam. E.
McCoy, Chillicothe ; T. P. Handy, Cleve
land ; Chas. ll. Wolff, Cincinnati ; Judge
M. G. Mitchell, Piqtta; Win. Allison,
Xenia ; W. F. Converse, Sundusky ; Jno.
McCook, S:eubenville ; E. I). Brown,
Warren ; Judge Reuben Hitchcock,
Puinesvillc : T. W.Ewart, Marietta.
On motion, it was resolved thai when
this Convention adjourns, to meet at
Cleveland, or. the Second Monday in May,
Alter appropiote exercises, the Conven
Stock Sale and Exhibition Thi
Western Reserve Horse Breeders Associ
ation, now organized upon a permanent
basis under their new charter, propose to
hold a Sto".k nnd Sale exhibition, on the
t4ih of the present month. The plan of
this fair is designed, we believe, to be
similar lo that so long and salislac'oi ily
practiced in the old world in England,
Wales, and some parts of Germany and
it is thought with due encouragement and
patronage can be made a valuable aid lo
all the stock interests ot the couniry
The stock will not be limited to horses
alone, but embrace every variety where
improvement will benefit the farmers.
As there will be no charge whatever, ex
cept lor slock ottered lor sale, 11 wouiu
seem that an extra inducement is offered
for a full retiresentation of the best slock
in this region. Horses will be permitted
to be shown in competition with eacli
other, under the well known rules of the
association. As this society is no jockey
concern in any way, it is worthy of the
attention and support of all good farmers,
and the complete success of their first (air
last fall, is a sufficient guarantee that
sensible exertion will be spaied to innke
this new feature of the most praclical
value possible. Ravenna Z'emocrut.
Tub Pi.avk Cabs KrrscT iton tub
pboplr. Tho lolluwini' paragraph from
the Washington correspondence of
Uhio Hiate Journal, might be lead aloud
with profit by the Court crier, nt each
opening and adjournment. Ihe 1 iest-
drnt no sooner begins his work 0! re-unt
ting the several tragmenis of tho greal
sham Democratic party, than Providence
gives lo us other agencies hy which
make Republican voles by the thousands
and tens of thousands. The late slave
rases of Philadelphia, Cleveland
Znnesville, have made ten ihousaDd fit-sh
Republican voles already. When Hang
man Foote got up it: the Senate and
John P, Hale lo an impromptu
Mississippi, Mr. Douglas, who was present,
declared thai the haniiintr speech
given lo Mr, Hale ten thousand additional
adherents And this was perfectly true,
though Cullioiui did take the assertion
his ullv nnd tool in dudguon. ihese
Slnvti cases, which so outrage the feelings
ol the decent people ol the North, giv
strength to the Republican parly, and
more Democratic ollicials tire mixed up
the business, the better lor us. Do
the people notice such facts ?
The Onto Black Law in'Blast.
county ol Portage probably has the
of the first prosecution under the "
law " passed last winter by the
Legislature, prohibiting men " reputed"
to have negro blood in their veins
voting. At the April election in Charles
ton, a citizen repu'ed to have negro
offered his vote and was challenged by
patriotic Locofoco ! A bystander remarked
that " iu hi opinion," the individual
question " had a right to vote. "
vole was received. Whereupon
Locofoco xndignated ! Subsequently,
of the faithful " swore out a warrant
against the bystander who expressed
above recreant, dangerous "opinion,"
for violating said law against reputed
negro blood. I lie said oystancer
arresled and taken before Justice
of Paris. Upon the hearing the
bound the accused over to the l oramon
Pleas Court in three hundred dollars.
the last term of the Common Pleas
the case was brought before tne
Jurv. who refused to present a bill!
Treasure Trove. The Richmond
(Va.) Dinpatch of the 1 4 th inst., say
On Salarday, the 2d inst., Madison G
ney. of Surrey county, ploughed
botllo containing various descriptions
silver and gold coin, amounting to
three hundred dollars. On the Tuesday
following, another bottle, containing
the same amount, was brought to
We have seen three of the pieces-.
was an English gold-piece, one a
pillar-dollar, and the third was a
piece ef silver, with the pillars stamped
upon it worth about a dollar. The
dollar was dated 1782.
Lanoston, just convicted at Cleveland
of " delivering the spoiled out of
hands of the spoiler," is tbe son
Revolutionary Soldier I Hail,
America 1 Thou hypocrite I Thou
est the Fathers of 1778 for their
undying devotion to the cause of
sod io 1859 ihou easiest, their sons
prison for exercising tho same spirit
lor serving (loyal lo the lessons of
sires, jibe self-same cause 1 Erie
Tne weather is lino, and we have
prosniso of an abuudant season. Lot
Bless the glorious Givr,who docth all things
An Extensive Medical Establishment.
Tub NrAKiilKAVtA.i lU:Mi:tiiKa A few
illijn niliiiu.-, " " iittiu n ti.ii iii iiiu wh-iiii.w
,,luolM' , 1)r noBAf.K ,h wou
kuonn founder of tho Mciiinliasvmn System
of 1'iuc'ico, in this Ceumry. Few of our
nf tbusu ruined iea throughout tho South and
West, for the diseases incidental to which
sections, they appear to act almost as a
Sovereign specific. Fur tho benefit of our
realtors we will tuiiiish a description of the
'I he budding appropriated to tho prepar
ation of 1 ho ficuuduviuii llun o lies, is a very
largo and commodious tenement, flttnii
throughout with a view to the speedy dis
patch of hi Bilious, which is so tyslomatixcd,
thut its entire operations move like clock
work Koiuring upon the first floor, tho
attention is attracted to a large number of
voung persons seated at regulur inlerrahj,
tho entire length of tho apartment, and all
busily engaged in counting, boxing, wrap,
ping, and luheling the blood Pills. Wo
found hero n most iniionious conmvanro ror
boxing tho pills.it buing 10 arranged that
by a simple movement, some forty or ntty
boxes are filled at tho tame lime, all con
taining precisely the mine number of little
round hoalth restoratives. Thrio boxes
then moro from hand to hand among the
operatives, each of whom adds lo Its com
pleteness, until it reaches the last, wheir
thoy are neatly put up in bundles of a grot
each, and ready tor the market.
Passing into the basomoutiif the building',
a largo and well ventilated apartment, wo
found ourselves surrounded by a largo num
ber of tanks, fitted up iu an improved man
ner as filtorers. Tin so tanks contained
about 2 C00 gallons of tbo Blood Purifier,
all in an active stute nf preparation. Here
wo saw any number of Implements, of the
names of which wo aro ignorant, but all, yo
pruaumo, used in Iho manufacture of iho
remedies. Una department is under mo
exclusive control nf tho Doctor hitnsolf.
who gives his personal attention lo the
medicines in tho dilTorout stages of their
Another apartmont wo found nsnd eta
drying room, where, rangud upon sholves,
we saw what wo should havo supposed to
be a sufficient quantity of pills lo physic all
croution. To our surprise, howuver, wo
leainud that this was less than a month's)
supply, even at tbo rato of last year's talcs,
tho present demand indicating a great in
crease on those of Inst year.
Tho third and fourth storicl wo found ap
propriated to packing, and containing vast
( 110 n t it it's of strango looking roots and herbs,
iu tbeir crude condition, und in thoir con
centrated state, with machinery used for
various purposes in properly and expedi
tiously currying on the work of tho labora
From tho conversation with tho gentle
man who politely showed us through tho
premises, we leurned that not less than
:t 000 agents are engaged in disposing of Iho
ibcaiidlnavinn Houiedies in dinureut por
tions of the Union.
Tho Doctor is certainly a thorough going
business, as well as a scientific man, and he
is determined that his remedies shall bo, not
only extensively circulated, but widtty
known, and lo this end he- rxtende his ad
vertising influence to over 470 uowspsporB.
He allows no means 10 bo lull untried, by
which tho World may know of tho remedies
he otl'ers, and throughout theetiliro country
his Almanacs can be found, sent gratuitous
ly through his agents, lo all who may desire
them. Tne number nf those Almanacs sent
out during the pust year was about 4S0 000,
all of which aru gotten up neatly and filled
with useful and interesting informal inn.
eillmr compiled or composed by Dr. Kti
bark, who among his other manifold dutits,
still has time for scientific researcbet in thut
We do not entirely sliaro in tho per nlsr
delusion that all proprietory remedies ate
' Q nick Medicines," tor we cm sco no rea
son why medicines, (ho composition and
effects of which havo constituted the life
si inly of thots who havo given their undivi
ded attention to them, should bo so termed.
Milch remedies must bo tried and judged ac
cording to their merits. Wo have ourselves
tried the Dr.'s remedies for a curtain hored
ilaiy disease, und Ihe happy effect that they
had in our case, is thu cause ol this notice.
Iho Doctor is a man of great attainment!,
lias iruvvllud, not only extensively, but to
sumo purpose, paying liberally for any iu
tormation I10 miglit lteire in regard lo every
.quality of the ingredients used in the .Scan
dinavian Kerned 10, in regard to the bene
ficial' properties uf which lie is quite an en
thusiast. Iu regard to his establishment, as wo laid
before, it is systematized thoroughly in
every department, and whenever the Doc
tor's personal attention is nut needed, it is
superintended by able assistants, presided
over by Mr. J J. Joslyn. who, although quite
a young gentleman, possesses every qualify
ot a thorough business man. All appear 10
foci Bn interest in common with its proprie
tor, Jn performing their duties with tbe
Thoso who have not ponotratod tho myt
leriea of a Modioal laboratory, would do
wall to pay this extousivo establishment a
visit. Cincinnati Daily Tiihri.
What the Press Say.
I shall writs something about your Extermina
tors, as I can do so with propriety, rliey art
selling rapidly hers and destroying all vermin.
fiv. jjuniirri . a,,.n... i..u.
'DEATH TO A LI. VKKMIK.?
As Sfrixii approaches,
Ants and Ko.tcms,
From their holes com ent,
And Mice ami Rats,
In spito of Cits,
Gaily skip ubout.
You in ihe night,
As nn the bed you slumber,
While Insects crnwl
Thro1 chnmlHT nnd hall.
In squncls without number.
IT ISTRULY WONDERFUL WITHWHAT
certainty Rnti, Roaches. Mice, Moles, (iroiirxi
Mice, HcJ-Kus, Ants, Moths, Mosquiioes.Fleaii,
Insects on Animals, in short every species nt Ver
min, are utterly destroyed and exterminated.
"Costar's" Rnt, Roach, le. Exterminator,
" tostar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator,
"CostnrV Electric Pawdrrfor Inserts.
Supplied dirett, by mail , 10 any address in Ihe 17
States, ns follows :
On receipt ol'Sli box of the Rat, RoAen, e. Ett
On receipt of $3, a box each of the Rat; Roacv ,
&c. Lit. and Electric Powder, (sent postage
paid.) sufficient to dmiroy tho vermin on ssjr
Sold by DrugijUts end Dealers every where.
"Costar's " fMxcirAL Dr.roi, 420 Broadway
New York. , ,,
F.S Circulars, terms, &c, sent by moil on ay
fr Wholesale Aoents ro WtsTisa FtuBt.
Opio, Indiana, at-c 1
Al Pittsburg, ro., u. ti. rn ot vo., miva
ethers. .....', ...
A rinrinnntl. (j.. Joan u. I am, ina orncr.
At Inilinnaoolis, Ind., R. Browning, end others
. :l 1 1UHI1 iftl.FKA
ADi 11 1. ici. "
SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE.
Th Board of School F'xu miners of Geaugs Co
will hold their NEXT MEETING on FRIDAY
th 3d of JUNE, 1359, at CIIARDOl. The boo r
is TEN o'clock A.M. .
J O WORtULVV-CiMi'
May 13, 1859 487-SWI
'INVALIDS, R E M E M il B n.Dr
DELLENBAUGII, of Cleveland, son of ths for
famed Dr. Dellonbaugh, late of. Georgetown, Cel.
timbiana Co., will remain ot Ihe 'Chase Housfe
CHARDON. May 27ih, and at Ihe Eggleston
House, CHAGRIN FALLS, Moy 28th,