You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - February 8, 1860, Fort Wayne, Indiana FUKT U Ji AJN VOLUME 2 FOUT WAYNE INDIANA WEDNESDAY MOUSING 8 1800 Wayne PETER P BAILEY ditor inul Terms Year in RATKS Oi i months Ti fill aiv three HO months IS Anno undue ilia mul a All Jail Printing and ex rente J and Jin III A different stone presented itself I from lhat I their and of IhU a in 1 rv not than Hie of those The was above Kvery one admires the fluent inn in Sherman's friends 10 In all tiie history S lat tics was never so line a m The chunked wit out command for ny was made in the was i need that mir t L l voles they felt were They were not under the of 1 m ding in envelope of U 0 There IIM been ti 1 J Mr Sherman moved for n ballot and t manded the previous question The fen p called 1 or thu tin nl In of it call ofthe iu the annual of the n held in Kendallville on 7 Jim 1800 R Clark Milch i- Secretary The Treasurer presented I as which wax a by vole of the society to wit J The undersigned submits he t report of the receipts nnd society for the yeur ending Dec u r du r do ft track CM ilu of 171 The Thu Mercury is not i with Iho arrangement of the J National Convention which is to meet that city next June iho iho Northern States being too great to su ils notions Il if admit Lc u iho Convention will be composed thus Votes Vote Maine 8 Illinois Now Hampshire 5 Michigan Vermont Wisconsin lit -1 New to New Jersey 7 Oregon si Total li States IS Indiana 13 Votes i 111 7 Taylor Dawwrt li Un motion of Mr Sherman iho Uon proceeded lo tho election of 11 servant arms of Mil Cwlfux a appointed the vote was announced wtw in was elected St Hu 111 Uru On motion of Window thu speaker w the Triul Charleston Feb The ed today to tlic irial ul one of the Harper's Kerry A 11 o'clock the Court opened loh Kenny presiding The Grand Jury wa sworn The mil in referring to the Ferry i 1 II is known to you and i i ow a purl of history of tho count r L1 l int on the night of tho of ast a band uf traitors murderers in made n descent on th soil of Virginia in the county of 1 and wantonly murdered several of our cit with the design to incite our slave to revolt nnd Sonio of these and others t i upes cf designing were capture 1 tried nnd according to dc serts but there are engaged or posed to have been engaged in this foray w 10 have not yet been apprehended am others who are believed to have actively in this tragedy but who are not yet known to the public It will U your duty and I believe your pleasure also o inquire who ivuS guilty of polluting our soil and attempting to dishonor the sovereignty of Virginia 1 deem it unnecessary for me to mend you to conduct your wit coolness justice and good sense which 1 n i your their ii qu sition and which has met thu lion of the good and patriotic citizens o inquiries that the bright escutcheon o your beloved State shall not be dimmed bj or groundless suspicion and also let them be conducted without fear favor or affection as you may elicit the truth a HI nothing but tho truth The jury then retired to their room ni t m witnesses in the caso of the Common wealth vs Aaron D Stephens Bent np the jury retired Mr District Attorney made an to them Jan 31 The galleries nre as crowded as yesterday but the is not so intense noris the floor so with as many persons On motion of Mr Stanton there was a ofthe House It thai tho following waro and Clark It The two hist arc Republicans Mr moved thai tho House pro to vole for Speaker iwf Mr submitted thai the motion was not in order pending the under tlic call of tho House Mr Sherman insisted that it was tlm duly of Ilic Clerk to put the question 01 his motion Mr to gain time for llu to moved to adjourn Negatived Mr Smith of Carolina rose when there was cries of Sit down S I Order first being restored that gentleman Mr Clerk I cannot find language to convey to the members of this body my deep sense of ion to the honorable gent lumen of the various political lions House for the hunor which they endeavored in rotifer me by placing me iti the Chair the high nnd important of d ng over this Wly 1 recollect how much have been incurred how much have given n i in the patriotic effort lo concentrate the vote of Ibis House on some individual who stands on National and broad comprehensive ground and when I remember lhat -I myself with name unknown o fame now making my entry on this floor for the first time have received the honor of so largo a vote as was conferred on me I shall only 1 shall their during the residue of my term nnl while n number of this and carry with me the shade of private life when my pubic service shall have ended a great and souse of the deep obligation under whk i the have placed me But without intending now as js not a proper occasion to go into any of I will take tho liberty of saying that am satisfied that the presentation of my lame longer before this body would not toward the success or he gentlemen who have fio cordially and sustained me 1 therefore beg leave another ballot is taken lo withdraw iy name as a candidate before this body to say that I hope that tho v arc now presenting themselves may x t ie harbingers of iho return Orleans Fob The Kirk rom X V to has put in ere caking badly having ton in collision nth V schooner also lost topmast ami 1 ais Eight thousand of cot Ion wore burni ay at the Shipper's press Oov to ro of the resolutions f the Sooth Carolina erases J ic The sBwd sustaining Gov Texas gave up hor inde- to Iho Union nnd unwilling to on an emergency nol sufficient lo excuse so important a it it 1 Dayton so An occurred on the tit to H train south morning of of of breaking of mil y two precipitated into The nil s- without injury but not without cold Kith id tho nml brought to tun about o'clock thin T 11 15 S K A U n lf AM we mentioned in a short t 1st hist be J c The have we J to say Vow an old to by votes nn o candidate Democrat la Q by lotos f of tho H 4 over the who rather than sco fleeted f Smith it man then u e one of other men of 11 j in politics except Tl id of in dl tl has to the country of atone iw eke lo deter froni t NINSIO TIIK Speaker THK CONK Who Ihu Union will lie Di f 1st r Mr who was otm of the said the result of the vote was ai I ride for purpose my vole It will K that t i s ur two I Hindi a as to wha I do in ti Tha r tun now arrived und it b r me lo state my reasons the vot 1 1 itm to give The lime hits com 1 when my vote will elect a Speaker i said on several occasions that 1 should cas my vote fur any conservative e nn like Mr Mr now had votes and H will elect him I give my vote to a gent email whom I am assured will act fn and impartially to all sections coun in- Aware of Iho which assume in so Mr Clerk I now with draw my vote from Mr III and cast il for Mr William 0 Jersey f stood at the desk ng Mr during the whole of his The vote was then announced Whole of votes 117 Cilmer 1C Scattering Q The announcement ofthe result WM followed by The Clerk Mr Mr rose to call ilia attention of the House lo some facts connected with 1 ie but met by loud and of Mr Mi voice lo A nothing M in ortler till he lias been to the chair of TI at's him take bis The Clerk Mr on and appointed Messrs and Sherman to conduct Mr Tumi ing ton lo thu cl air These at once upon the performance of lhat duty and escorted him to the chair The Speaker amid a quiet that strongly contracted with the and disorderly proceedings which previously prevailed na return you my acknowk'dge-tnents for honor you have been pleased to confer upon me in electing mt of this House Coming here for the time ut the present session o bo associated with you as a member no event could have been more unlocked for t tan that I should bo called upon to yon and my friends will do me the justice to Kay that 1 have-not sought the position an I certainly never desired it I am nevertheless as of Ihu dignity and importance of this as any can be out should been for taller could its du 1 have entrusted to other and more nx After witnessing iho almost obstacles in way of an organisation House I came to the that any of any party who coull command a ofthe votes for Speaker was bound in deference lo the public exigencies to the as an duty il was to liis or not As lhal choice LTS unexpectedly on me I hare not to It In thi execution of trust my will be to do my duty with und justice lo all I shall have necessity for your a- in the new in which I am placed and I feel entire confidence that 1 mil receive it at hands A representative of lire State nf New Jersey upon w wse soil so many achievements were- accomplished in Ihu revolutionary var and whose people have ever liccn for devotion to the and I pray to Arbiter of lhat I may In no ict he integrity but thai by wise ami counsels pence and order may cign in our midst and our free institutions my ho to our I eel lhal i national heart parts of our blessed Union thanking you for your 1 enter upon tho duties of that trillions IK complicated station Mr ici administered the oath to the peaker by of Clerk Washington Jan The Senate on Commerce arc agreed lo report Mr Clay's the The following were con- f James It Cordon of California 1 at Valparaiso 0 United T Attorney for Is s United Stales Attorney for The I'o-it Master General has decided to the Coach between lima and San Diego California and sub- 0 horse service as more crnnomtcal From Dexter Mich Feb A firo ust and destroyed tho building ft n slock of George Arnold grocer the s Dexter Hotel Loss of Lite ia Hew York explosion nt the corner of north 4th streets owned by A arge portion building WM blown np mid two men killed A of the into a blacksmith shop about a block distant instantly killing WHS A number of men ire supposed to be buried in ruins and forts are tn extricate in f II II The uf the location of the fur lh current was presented for tli 4 whereupon Dr On iho of co 1 submit the We desire Iht local inn of the Fair fn nt and will su lab and the JL am wil pay all and receive nil -i n notion of 1 U j Nelson of Allen proposition was accepted and the was located at On motion a committee U and of was splinted lg a the society Whereupon Iht draft of a which i uf Congress tonal a the of Indiana It This shall be of 10th of the Slate of 1 IT slmll of a Vice Treasurer and on director each in the be elected annually and who slmll Ibe duties v Thu annual the of Miall held at on the Tinsday in of year IV District who alien 1 the or otherwise contribute o Hie funds oil considered and lo vote ut the meeting for l in election of of the society v society of Annual shall he location for tlm current vow und un of five lo serve Ibe who shall i i the where such Fair is ai 1 II i- shall be of 1 ie VI Fair shall not be than in any term The of prepare pre all he shall be held in any county to cover ill vd of the y a vole of two of ilie Oi M of the the names of suitable flir lor the ensuing Ini M Win anil 5 submitted following it- hid un of Milo S Was to wil He 11 of Mlk wrl Ueo F Clark John Mitchell if Noble Treasurer 11 II Ilou Milton Mercer of Jones of Jerome Sweet of Noble David f U of I D I kelson of Allen and lion J W McConnell On motion of A W Waters of t was ordered thai the Fair be held on the i nnd days of next On motion of Mr Mitchell Merer and were a committee o the minus of an to next of the Hoard Oi Mr all papers in he were requested lo publish On motion of Milo R I tlm of society were tendered lo iho licers of the for Lhc ability and have in the Hoard lo meet ni Feb F Jons Scry l The AMKKICA which arrived nt Halifax brings the meeting of the Congress has lately by lliu refusal of the s lo pledge itself to the leading in lavor of in Italy lout tho consent of Parliament Wo j ru further assured of Iho and France anil of their n co-operation for the protection rights of tho Italian States 3 S 15 Tc 1 North 1 8 lu 8 Alabama Total -7 18 Whole T iry to a choice JUI The will votes from t ie Slave States cat control the of I ie Convention whil in thu electoral college re Iy on the South for its votes The little of remark is tnw if thu othe portion is not The Democrats dc oo he South for its voles none burnt fjr itin the entire North In t Mercury U right The editor of a western paper recently himself 1 live ox but since our rough handling of him ho beginning to conclude that In- is A paper says that Mrs A n of city delivered of 4 Wu know not what may bring The of Hie Boston liberator calls the Ladies of the North lo n ako of nothing lhat la i bor expect iml to ust ill tint AI A who to bt 1 at thu of our threatens the future tf set her foot on every copy 1 but she sees Klin had not Our bas in it W II a imsEn aster in Vermont lhat of public funds are from his and he asks WHO yot money echo may A of our frie ids week i for hours actually nin the thing the round Thu Xew says a man active and quiescent at same lime There may m some doubt of t fellows and ytt Ke atill Hell A- Topp ofthe X C that arb made to Hells were to and to whipped A K says he to be in a short time to pay everything lhat he In this world Ay mt there's a heavy debt that he has lo in the other world the to A young widow has established n in Orleans a leather ol tlic art of duelling aft of eui MI uhc LUM her own tit nil A New writer ways that it has lhat can IKS belter ihan while men nol to o-e this is u tl at they always top Mrs Hill complains in an Ibat her nephew trampled n i and ngu The iis shouldn't 1 e allowed lo u urn his aunt Hill fMr Slerlin-l'o Miss Anne aru nut usually HO ut this one it knocked an A woman in Florida named Cross gave birth to an s m weighed on y That Cross wasn't ban A Mr has bee i indicted in for striking a with he didn't til was n robber know nnd ie ami him A of who re cently a remarkable feat in lias licen present ei with a vaw A would have been laoro A man in our State who to INK a beautiful Lemon sued hor for him in the y a fellow ii Lemon he wants a punch Mr says in n that he worked the Now let him urn work faithfully it poor that won't work An anonymous Nod he wish wu were dead well el tim show himself in person and to kick A young fellow in York i greal distress or want rtf money married ist week a nld of He vas nn doubt miserable for Ilic want of 101 cy ami she for tha of fi ml misery strange A father and Ant Thonm on Jot i nil from Mitt jail There arc two screws A lady in Montreal on the 1st hissing her rather She osel a value on the money die got il j r fl A Mr Archer has been sent to the Ohio a for marrying three wives Initiate could not one suffice V The Southern Mercury Kays lhat Mr 0 Thomas has received o a aster a post one to I 0 T A says in an obituary old lady that she bore her twenty children and nover gave im a cross word She must have f ie old precept and t Mr Kound an nld and valued c ouis was elected magistrate in Thai we suppose friend considers squiring a circle Two men Joseph Sparks and ere in suburbs of by a ping of was knocked down his 1 by High t When the n hit Flint OO Directors of Iho liank of tho w c of Indiana did nnt publish their j on the Jit of January the W II the Ti In The local wiehls an i if i It and out I'rediiluniH of Siate S crill Candidate Us Inns th i m are profuse in I are bland and in the extremely for the don't deserve and full of d o studying love admiration fur lite in the put int on tho hustings lhat never made make country schnol houses taken nt guild editorials down the he mid make them ex 1 Kxa uin scrap and if heir in- E nnd not after iho election when bereft of their eagle plumes adorned UK Ihc We lion Jeremy the It to bo expect thai they that would more than that m Humph It 1 far y bis U-nuMt dh printed with 1 i for cents a Can't pay any it the i- Owd morning Mr editors have willi who the and Limy arc ihr men who party and not fur ilie nnd The in ty the the real work ilia sal y mil thu u and Un will m-s into iir at n have Iho beat hin and fur pint of tints pa tv the llm the lur It my in 1 j lore their a 11111 as Il n t of lh the ill At of iht why In to of very in its will all iho in the swat of ilr an dimes in tu send lu his sire Mini or Kix A wool heart il he one to the astonishing of in The the and often him from ihu and of the swolN by sending him t nr In if il him u W by is ibis not are pumps to raUe wuter but who are ever in I will Ml von all thu men on earth very lo aie more or loss than they when found in oilier men arc sure to meet their reward mil In Il is lu who to serve the and 1 venture assert ion that would invariably men ler men than J two if will have Ike good ofthe A or A Wu tribute to a true the by to his wife ou of his lu I am to sav I do not of- Im of wife of Oass has written to him Ibis day not that 6 hopes lhat 1 may divu from a of intimidating lhal have me from high and no IN n horn Woman snch a tiling never enters her 1 hough and te my Mn or ever J a heroic Such a is lo be the wife ol such a f b When of in Ic if he attempted to nt Frankfort li proclaimed his ti of his she pray s Ihil he imy viii his And tills he did with ily which him to bj a noble Hum his motion anil thu Clerk tn it The II mist ballot Mr Smith 1 in n neat nnd i in 1 Mi- Mr but was IIOL fur Mr when he so f as to vote for a t he would as v for 111 hi f oud nay he iri a and Tiu are has lions in a roar over his of the on when hey Smith would be John Cochrane in i nt it rid Dei 10 orals 1 I Hall wants to know if M r id frying In np i vote fur a limn who it euse of tlm of a Hill he never had any lenee ii the P Amid cries of Ilea gan lo reply lo that when tn lur nominee An do not denies I it there u any n Mr j makin r ful views should not of In lu a-a st the in regrets lhat WK not He the of on on thu side li I and will tint e man will not an American Iho Clark hns ev thai we elect 1 Clark Who has a week up and how a hunter n und didn't kill il ils mwt all the rest of Thu for split up 1 1 iir amid real applause and The are in p roll Mr has Hi which who not voted tin Mr Sims bis vole and mlA a ihu lo alters and nl tint if a fins MIL'S I1 Tlm The there is ii as of the is T i-iv no The is to -o n on lhal roll cannot U- ca led the lie against an the flir it that he ire and votts an Tl e souls in tha who have Hint Ibe of u lie the for Disunion vill Im witli that for Speaker lohn iho mud noted Mr ie Chair ami other fael uf one only iin and fart that he the ra was promptly ilown a si ile The Union fc safe on K lady who an l so on he very Knap very had cr no tightened as lo prevent i y uf the in feel be iw t ie Tho was af i ion taking fid to homo rr feet were to be every effort was made by lo them to a normal was so badly us lo j necessary to prevent h Tho is a re- i of Iho part of and t years old v A Savannah that l winter A Mr Haldwin n 7 vo of lias been to the soliciting orders and has obtained ie n lo the extent of fifty-six locomotives ir Southern 11 The average of is thousand so here is one house a in and at last they have 1 e O ie peculiar feature in what is worthy t l m have lured their They voted steadily fu without wrangling or being at nil didcon they over to without a vote u fcw di ree the combined forces of the Southern lire and i We now hope to see the flo arranged the corruption of this will Iv brought to light when t ie people may see what has really been do ic with the revenues of the country with partita in city having relatives residing in the Kimt who hardly ever receive a letter which has not opened after cd Private correspondence Is iy Democratic post masters the sworn ofthe Government on tl at il is incendiary from the m rib sent lo another in the south arc interrupted and destroyed and letters arc frequently served in the same way This is nothing short of des Democrats in HO long tint any is not by them no gmil Tlic i are as t leir and the people as their s lo aid in giving them the 1 ow a state of si all continue remains with the honest voters of the ry lo say Outrage upon outrage is i Hided without any attempt on tlm arl of t who the power to give redress to 1 ie Xo man's is safe and no northern man's liberty in of any of slave Stales That region is Init little bet ler toward tho free Stales in a l power at open war with lid Journal It is to be hoped lhal people will rebuke Ibis corrupt and despotic at the next election When democratic are permitted lo open nm intercept of resi ling in sections of the country t ts lime thai he people were I to pnl n stop to tho outrages perpetrated them The democracy have pretended great love for the and the Ci Yet they have Wen the logo with the disunion lire caters uf South and the hist lo resect the guanu 1 u lion Their umne hi the present has shown to be willi is in the hands of the Slave Power The charts which have been so often in so fairly against now rolled twin with While the parly h to the country that it hns loyal to it has faithfully its best int that it still c the which made us lo rank as the firril among the nations of the earth These il has ami we trust it will be recreant tn them T ic democratic has twisted an c lai gcd from ono ton lo making issues have proved untenable ind which they have lu The extension of into the is the unini whici they cin any anl in i oing this throw aside and adapt their policy to the re- of driver wicked ness and of bus i Mil country and with fraud and crime It las offered a premium to every species of Corruption and its extra And now the forces itself upon tin of every patriot and Of our i II wo the present policy and fur n by culling menlo fill j lave endorsed and the milages of If so by another still will follow Let the very where answer let buckle on the r nor of and the i emv at thu gate i Ov had bv ny of and ad made a stand for a fnw davs until by Ins friends in Ohin York Vermont ie wild have a very I I was nnd H lilt In child oo oo and il crawl C ilo a hut boo oo ti oo no At d mid oh ain't it a yes it is b OCr It is staled lhat thoro have 1 ver four of dollars worth of scrip si ed by Post Office Department s man it is said holds Iwo millions of lis scrip which he purchased at eighty Jersey X J Tha ef Ilr was received here with general ThU evening the Mercury oil is blazing in the streets and 117 guns are Aral in honor of the event The nru pissing freely lie is s at Feb morning half two o'clock as the thun from reached tho the express mitl and as usual on the Kerry boat but from too much headway the express car ow Into the deep water the truck falling deck boat but doing no damage to her Tho in the sleeping car nothing of the for some after It supposed that the ice oh tbV prevented them from acting properly The mail car came near going and mail from the window Uin promptly tho co and thus saved further The accident the Of train hiro tilt fi K Y JIB SOiK Tin of James 0 cf basin consisting of Mr and Lewis were yesterday by by A girl Mrs probably die York Jan Slat A special despatch lo tho says Mr bo made Messri anil Turlington Towi A occurred this entire stock t pie hardware and the grocery of r Total at thirty thousand I not Mt Louis Jan The for n Convention to K State Constitution has passed both by the Jan of Mason tnd Kentucky were expelled on ount of their opinions ori Slavery f them arrived hero America Halifax Jan There nrc aa yet no of R If B S America now here witli dates inat us fur the Union Meant Governor Houston's to ature the of South Carolina tho Southern Convention passed resolutions ivc up her the Union as unwilling lo Iho Union en in emergency not deemed sufficient to use HO important a step ni id of Life Hj Park Feb The tl welling of bunl Sr WM last nud three children in tUw flames Tho mother and a second lory all hadly burned was cold was sixteen below zero Ames IS ton to Failed f Cincinnati Feb Jk flour Liabilities mostly at one FIBS cotton thousand balex a largo amount of The work of n vrs who survived the calamity of the Mills commenced on iy dollars icd for Tho nine and thirty names of hi in six hundred and were c i in the main building which fell K Taylor nt un Monday evening February o i the election of a Clerk previous to j Inch there wasu rail of Ihu Mouse h Mr filinrma-i nominated Forney i r Va J C s 10 latd Clerk Mr Taylor of Tuim Cobb of Ala appointed 1 I Smith of Va and I The ballot t Whole 1 It will be the cause of congratulation the of tho s lat able and Op- has been s for the Senate by iho caucus of the legislature al Irody in which he has ilb i honor he will do the arid cause essential service The have U S the Slulo oC nl be ofthe Man John e candidate for S Senator mi jt Thu tute Chase tit i i g i 5 f The fired 117 this in of lliu election uf er he uf late leaning
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.