The Matagorda Gazette. (Matagorda, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 11, 1860 Page: 1 of 3
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|3 A YEAR, IK ADVANCE
' léink under judicial
' — no doubt they amy be
We «Hade lo those who have
lev 'rateable to
A, (TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, I860.
I hie people would not ponte the fieeiag MEETING OP THE MEDICAL STÜ-
. negro. They would leave that dirty work DENTS OF THE CXIVERSITY OF
I Mr. Perneworth denied the authority of for the Democrats. He asked whether any LOUISIANA.
we'of any amber to bold him responsible for,Southern gentleman was willing to turn At a meeting of the Students of the Med-
endorsing Helper's book. He proceeded to 0ut and chase a fugitive slave? He under- ical Department of the University of Loui-
•miga «he Democratic party for eodore- afeod that ia the part of Miaou called- siena, held on the 88nd December, 1859.
®g the book called -Black Diamond," ggypt, people catch black men, and instead Mr. & J. Luckett was called to the chair.
ig them as runaway*, they ad
who represents Egypt, said
>ntation that his constituents i
to' Mr. Miles replied thai'he most heartily
utterly and from the bottom of his heart,
tibe properly °f minors without ad'
of tiaiag, aad every a*le of a public charae 'deprecated «ay invasion of the law. (Ap-
- * 1-11 Its proper place la the planee.) He recognised the higher law of
was false. It was right that
following preamble aad rsoolutioes
Saving heard, by late adrioea from Phil-
large number of Medical
iff the Medical Schools of
to pkkep bergaiae written by Pollard of Ya., ami caused to be'ofndi
gel if all sales of r®*d various testimonials in its favor. It1 Tertise for j
la the aaatfamat sf the Democatic party ? i |fr.
Mr. Cobb—I deprecate the reopening of any
alave trade. Now, do you speak oat, folate lai
«a mj «better jroa «lone A««M b« wretted. that citjke been —r"~' to withdrew
cf book. Ur Far isworth—The Conetitation has from tbe mm* oe aoooeet of the eectiooel
could not last. Itiewroagia Mr. Faraeworth—I would like to ask MrJ^g never provided thai minorities shall question wblc% nafortonately dividea our
aad abominable la practice, Miles the question whether be endorses major ,¡es. Dféaolve this Union ?— common oountiy,^Und which should not have
leaving tbe door open to the grossest fraada.tbose sentiments. f What are' ou going to do with it ? Have iJ
never* ead BulweA novel: What will of the sectional
do with tf Are you going to divide tbe feeling now existing
Hssissipp river ? If so, how much of it and Southern portions
ha North of
Sack will be the
write of tbe State does Ha
ORIGIN OF THE SPIDER.
at Calophon, to Ion
Is ill HI I T
timent aad honor, which compelled him
to obey the Constitution. ,
Mr. Farnsworth wanted to know
he waa ia favor of the repeal of
agaiaat the slave trade* aad the
of thai trade f ii
a dyer off Mr. M3aa replied that hé was
was a maiden pared to say whether he waa ia
la the arte of reopeaiag the slave trade at sec
the Nymphs time, but not a* long as the la
groves aad, engaging ia the traffic. Nobody
opon her work, that in the present Union tbe
when ii waa done oaa be reopened legally, aad ao
doing. To watch eatoe reopening it illegally. He
wool in 8s rode atete, to ask Farsas worth whether he
rolla, or oeperated it with favor of the repeal of the fugitive slave' JL.ri,ie
it tm it looked as law ? !Ksts
a cloud, or twirled the Mr. Ferae worth replied thai he would m&rble w
thai question by aad by. talk of di
Mr. Regan remarked thai be had ««e'diMolvinir
[eat of the eanvana on teat iaaoo, aad was! jgr pa
Wisdom, had «ppoeed to the reopening of the eiare trade
°°u!d either in or out of tbe Union. Npw, do yon not one of
ft endorse the doctrines of Helper'a book?—j the wsy in pursuit cí a ma% woman er
Answer like a man. (Applause.) ¡child for the purpose of fspturiag them and
felt it to be hie duty to iay (restoring them to slavery. In saying this
presents, thai ao'he did not say tiiey would plaóe theme
, adorned ii with
have «aid that Mia*
joogoagtogi ..; Aint going
letoertije floet their reft, down?- cbS^eSTSe
i ere ron gcieg to do with yankee ^ tieppioeee end nneperitj
vide thet (oof [SUM^IooHOOutaftbsinealtl ead
What part of the fourth of which we are ever liable ia the
going to give us, and what ¡we MU approve of P°
ñ take ? mat ara you going! ^^w^tadoat. of the South
pre-I to do with the grave of Waehingioa, and s xhai we tender to them
vor of; with the gravea of those northern men w^o a lotions upon the aiaaner in
fotere fought side by side with him In the battles have acted in determining no 1
forbid i nf the Revolution* Dissolve tbe Uaion side in a community in-which
'or Ood'e eeke don't let oe hear «7 more ¡ ««-"Hi * "<*>* «V*
Urrdfl 1 f )iii miserable cry about diMolring the wbereee. ctrceie*
"nion. Theee men who fill the galleries, j stances, we do not receive on tbe part of
for disunion sentiments, don't they, the Norm thai respect which ie doe us aa
1,1 that if the Union ia dissolved tbeee citiaens of the United States, it is oar doty
rill become the habitation • ■>««' U Sooth toefcnl that .apport
.... „ to oar own ante insolations wbicn tor so
rata, or stone quarries wbei* a time hau been given to theee of the
be cheap ? Too might as well North, to the neglect of oar own.
the everlasting hills aa of
Uaion of tbeee Statee.
explained by saying that
a large njomber of Republicans, ^ j
atepan inch out
eution of their
ir brothers in
the motivae which
¿come greeting; alao asauring
the facilities to be eqjoyed in our
y tiiey would plwfe themeelves ¡ •aP,rior' *i *nast
so Helper's hook advises serrfle inaor in reelstanoe to the fugitive slave law.— i JSlwe foel oursel
if foto should
lowahip aad good
j should guide tía
ft welcome irrwi
ractioa, he utterly abhorred and deteated it They would puraae a
i said tbe act of 1880, which suggested, of "mastery inacilvity."
I the slave trade as piracy was: believed the present fi^tive slave law ua-
oaghi to be i ooaptitutional, and inhuman in some of its
no party la provisions, hat he would not offer armed
the bur of' reaktance to it, nor would his party.
Mr. Barksdale—'The Constitution pro-
Aa to ilUhr | vides for the rendition of fogitive slaves, j
of reopening it at some and to tbe extent that you will not obey it,
•fetfetero tia*,)* waa not prapared to a^. I to that extent you violate your oath to sop-
"" ~ the geatlsamn i port the Constitution.
i the awlinannil in the book "Black, Mr. Farnsworth—Ton miatake the Con-
/for the revival of the alara Irada stitation. It dees not provide thai I should
f rendar fogitive slaves.
impracticable. I do Mr. Barksdale—It provides for the rendi-
in the attitude of any on* who tioa, and fon, aa a dtiaen of the eoantry,
i the violation of aay exteting are bound ta carry it out, aad aaleaa yon
i do you are a traitor. [Applause^ especial-
Mr. MoRae ly from the galleries.]
Mr. MoRae, as an Individual, waa in fo-j ThxRwht or his Lamms.—Aaiaa nam-
, ed Randall being arrested in Philadelphia
vea warranted ia farther
assuring them that our high-toned and
He liberal Faculty, aa well aa oureeUee, will
it, and aent and hanged
pitied ter aa she aaw her
~S rapé, lira, die said,
I am not
, in lararof the fotthfol
for hissing Mr. G. W. Curtis's Abolition leo>
tufe on Thursday evening, was released by
Alderman Swift, who'in his decision refer
Mr Farnsworth did act such a de- ¡ red to the acts of the Pennsylvania Aeeemb-
ñmmA opon the Democratic ly on the eubject of tbe diaturbsnoe of pub-
lic meetings, convened for religioib, moral,
somal, literary or acientific objects, impos-
ing a fine of not lesa than fire ao
fifty dollars for cach violation of thsr
law. Ia the opinion of thf magistrate the
parly aay mora than that it eoold be justly
charged thai tos RepnbUcans indorsed tbe
Mb. Crawford vithia any of tbe objecU named in the ad1 ^ Jj^ington; and who is now in
whether he Indorssd the reopening % the of 1858. It was called for an Incendiary j ££ ™
Mr. McRae believed that be waa tlm only
member of tbe Democratic party from Mis-
sissippi who entertained thai opinion.
Mr. Fame worth aaked Mr. Craw
!ave trade as recommended to the
Mr. Crawford replied that be had
vend tim book
Mr. Lamar aaid that he had always been
opposed to the African elai
waa in the Senate when Mr.
noonced toe doctrine. Thai
this Adminiatration shall peas away the
AboUtionista would gel the control to
know how to receive them.
5. Thai timas raaolailona be published ia
the city papers.
C. M. Carall, Louisiana.
W: H. Cunningham, Alabama.
BU G. Taram; Texae.
J asses Haeper, Atkanaas.
Georae Badger, North Coralina.
H. W. L. HoOia, Tenneeaee.
M. N. Myers, South Carolina.
N. B. White, Georgia.
E. EllMtt, Ohio.
C. E. Han eon, Virginia.
S. 3. Luckett, Miee., Preeident
Tf. Sawyer, Secretary;
Taa Ho>. Lura Bern^-Thia gantleaiaa,
whoee death ai Frankfort, Ky., baa been
by telegraph, was a aativo of
November 88,1808. Hie Aral
public lift waa aa a atember ofths
iters, in 1881,
four camions. 8s eaten
repreaentative from Kentucky in 1885, aad
continued in Congieee till 1855, with the
exception of n single term—fro/a 1881 i o
1888. He waa Speaker of the 88dwnd 88d
Congress. In politics Mr. Boyd waa a
A New Fbbsch Mixisrn.—Count 8ar-
tigee, who haa ao long and ao aooeplably
meeting at the Natioaal Hall did noi comej®!6^ P0*' Minister of Fraace ai
8 ihington j and who ie bow ia Earope,
not return, having been appointed Min-
nuraoee those who attended were chanred!WWT to Ho,lmod* Hie sacceaaor iathesbis-
for sdmiesion and ttfembad the same right *ion to wnebiagtoa la aaid to be the Count
to hiss or spplsod ss those who attend °fwho we have ao knowledge,
theatrical exhibition. Ia alluding to thej!™^bfiev® iwwever, eaye the Philadelphia
character rf the meeting, hs aaid thai, ia ^e"e7et ^ni he haa for the <ast two years.
He Ibis opinion, if the Hall had been destroyed,
Seward an- the owner could not have recovered from
the city, aa be had mated it after a fall
knowledge of the incendiary character of
to be delivered there, aad of]
beea tbe French Minister at the Court of
the Suprema Court, ao thai ita decisione sobjeet. Mr. Randall was disdmrged.
Th* Posromcs Daraaramrr.*
ton letter writers state that there are ai
. . .w . .presentslargenumberofman contractors
tim excited state of the public mind on the!assembled in thai city to bold a meeting ia
the interacts of the South,
said that within his Ufo til
there would noi he a fool of
thia continent, end while he
his puis foes waa
too fire of bell
: form dils
_ 'of bad andf
Ssaauae Sum| , ,
in-the Kentucky 1B hm heart.
totnake the! Mr. Farnaworth, earnestly—God
of' thai I too amy aee toe day whan II
. ' of a slave will noi real on thia
thai rt will fail Hang^ nr Bon^^ra—you will aerar aee ii.
™ - Mr. Farnsworth said that weald noi ho
a raid. Thia did noi indurae the raid of
Am la toa fcgüivu atora law
A Beactottl Rxtlt.—A pious oid
wns walking one dsy to tim aaactaary with
n New TeeteSKut ia We hand, when n
friend who ssei him aaid:
«Good porah^,*Mr. Price."
*Ab, good morning," replied he ; "I ami
relation to their interests, sis
with fhe Postoftce Department. Uniese
appropriationa be made before the let of
Jaxmary, to meet the liabilities of the Gov*
erAeat for this service, a very large
; earnest of ito paper will, it ie said, go to
raadtormv father's wiH aa t walk along." ^ Iediens
M .. • the Court recently «IffHfj tons the nerotia-
-Well, what has bo left you r said bis tiwj of
a bill of exdmage by the drawer
friend. j would be valid, although at a rate which
«Why he haa aeqaeatoed me n hundred- would he usurioos if it were a note. Ii ie
fold more la this life ; sad ia the world to * ^«7 oommm. practice with the banks to
Kfc ** toke borrower's hill instead of his note,
life everlasting. . and thus evade tbe usury peaalty. Thia
decisioa seems to gtve the practice f nil ju-
The Indiana hsakers are
reply was the
couiforting his Christian friend, who
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Lipsey, E. J. The Matagorda Gazette. (Matagorda, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 11, 1860, newspaper, January 11, 1860; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179136/m1/1/: accessed October 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.