Fort Wayne Weekly Republican in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
3 Aug 1859

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Fort Wayne Weekly Republican in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
3 Aug 1859

Read an issue on 3 Aug 1859 in Fort-Wayne, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Fort Wayne Weekly Republican.

Browse Fort Wayne Weekly Republican

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 3 Aug 1859 Fort Wayne Weekly Republican in Fort-Wayne, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - August 3, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a a. Up Yii Jiji i saw in . Bailey sad ibo and proprietor. Lasted Erbby wednesday morning office on Calhoun St. Opposite the Public Square terms a is per year in Advance. Bates of advertising. One squat the is lines or Leas one insertion $1,00 Enoh subsequent insertion. .50 so Oeone yeaf.10.00 a a six of months. A a three one column one year.80,00 a a three months. Half column one 00 Quot three months to one fourth column one a a Quot six , a ii a a three months15,00 announcing candidates for office.-2,00 for doable column Advt a Price and a Lafall kinds of Job printing done at reasonable a fates. And executed with neatness and dispatch.�ine9 on the let ninth of Hattie go she died in youth Ere worldly care in her fair brow had set its Seal or taught the ills of life to Bear or learn d the weight of woe to feel her spirit pure Rose that blooms in Beauty s Sylvan Bower whose petals with the morn a Niose but Wither in the evening hour. 1 5-we learn that the Marshall count Democrat is about to change hands. The Mcdonalds going put and our we. J. Burns who has been with us the past six months is taken their place a Well Quot bums can make a a it Icv paper he has had a Long experience having edited at different periods several papers in this state. We wish him pecuniary Success and Hope his politics won t be too much coloured with the african gentleman or to use the vernacular of the Day Quot the Nigger in the we suspect however it will be Douglas and Quot unfriendly look out for horse thieves. We notice in another place to Day the loss of a horse by John Corcoran Froni Over the canal. We noticed the other Day that the people of new Haven in this county had become excited about the frequency a with which thefts had been committed lately in that neighbourhood. We learn to Day 5ilso that a horse and buggy was stolen from some one out North a printed notice was sent into town to Day but we a could not get a sight of it to learn particulars and now we have to notice an Effort Trade in this City last night to carry off a Ielne horse from one of our citizens. At Sib out Midnight the sons of Joseph Strat ten were aroused by a noise Back of their father s House and in hoisting the window of their bed room to discover what it was saw a Man leaving the stable door in the rear of the House and in proceeding to make an examination they found that the door of the stable had been pried Oil its hinges and Access to the stable made secure. The their becoming alarmed had left before accomplishing fully his was missing. Where arc the regulators ? la Aily 29th. Since As from the plastic hand of god that Youthful spirit come. It now returns by his command Ato find its holy native Home. Tho friends May mourn with tier Bath d her absence from their Circle Here eyes her spirit beckons from the skies. And bids them come to join her there. On Earth she was a Flower that grew exotic from a brighter clime receive d awhile he Avns richest Dew then vanished from tie shores of time. The form in which her spirit dwelt Trio of the Fin est earthly Mould. Before which All the Virtues Knelt thu Dougli death is lifeless now and cold. Her head is pillowed in the grave t that guileless bosom throbs no More and All the charms which nature Gpe Are silent held within its Power. not there forever rest but from her dreamless sleep awake when at Oier milkers i High Behest the slumbers of the dead shall by Erik. Body and soul again shall live. Where friends Neer take the parting hand eternal life from god receive. Together Treid that Quot better our partings Here will be forgot. Our Griefs and sorrows turned to Joy. None there will murmur at their lot but praises Sweet All tongues employ. W. S. S. Foot Wayne ind., july 26 1859. A a a a a we fit Vii i Quot a. Jiumbeh14. Minnesota republicant.flatform�,. The following resolutions were adopted by the Miniie Soto it Republican state con a anti ii held on the 2iidth inst i Len upon the intelligence Pat Notise a disc min rating Justice of the american i pm a we the. Do Legates of the Republican Tyi in Stoto a As Nibi e4 sul Council proceedings. City ii Quot fort Wayne ii the new court House plans the county commissioners Are again in session deliberating about plans for a new court House several have been submitted to them drawn out by the advertisement of the auditor some months since. Among others there Iune two or three from Edward May of Indianapolis. Two from j. Mcbird of Logansport. One fro a j. L. Sinith myer of South Bend and two from Sanil. Mcelfatrick of this place. We have not time to describe them particularly. The two most ornate Are one of Mcbird s and one of Mcelfatrick s. They a try somewhat in Cost none of them estimated at less than $50,000 nor Over $65,000, when built fire proof. The internal arrangements for court room and offices Are ample in All the plans and we do not understand that any difficulty in making a selection arises from that cause but there is a difficulty we learn Between the commissioners and the advising committee who were appointed at the meeting the Board in june As to the plan to be a adopted. The committee favor one of or. May s plans while the Board favor one of or. Mcelfatrick a and As yet no agreement has been arrived at. The Board favor Home Industry they know or. Mcelfatrick and arc willing to entrust him with superintending As architect the putting up the build ing. The committee have their reason for differing with the Board and at present there seems to be a sort of lock in the pro a seedlings after the manner of gov., Wil lard and the state prison which party will give Way we do not know. 0 far As external appearance is concerned we should prefer one of the plans by Mcbird but we do not mean to advise about the matter further than to express the Hope that when a plan is decided i Fri it will he Fitch As when built will reflect credit upon the county. We want to see no second rate or common court House built Here a by tone worthy of the place. An upset Quot and runaway. At the pie ii to Day at the fair grounds id bugles became a a pc angled one upset Ali the to a fir by which the so of a Tyr of min. Emery and child was endangered. Al a the upset the seat of the buggy Voth its Cov ered top became detached carrying with it he persons named by which Means they escaped being dragged after. The horse who ran off with the reinning portions of the a of stopped until he Lead got out the grounds and on the. Highway toward own. July 26, 1859. Council met pursuant to present his Honor the mayor and councilmen Burt Beaver Hurd Humphrey Miner Zierman Nestle and Trentman. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The following petition was read and received. To the Hom Rahle the mayor and common Council of Tiki City of of i Wayne ind. Whereas your honorable body has heretofore contracted planking of main Street from Calhoun Street to majored Sall s residence and whereas inadvertently no provisions were made for guttering the same we would therefore represent to you that it is highly necessary that gutters be immediately made or much damage will accrue to tie work now done. To Are of the opinion that Sec. 60 of the City charter gives you All the necessary Power requisite to order the above asked for improvement. Signed by Geo. W. Ewing p. Ilum Sev e. F. Colerick we. Rockhill s. Bloom Mufti s. C. Evans. Or. Miner offered the following Resolution Icso Lccy that the above petition be re feed to the committee on streets and that the same be and Are hereby instructed to make a thorough examination of said main Street and report their views As to the necessity of having gutters made on both sides of the Street and Quot also the Cost of making gutters at the crossing of streets the plan of making and materials out of which the same shall be made the cheapest and most durable. Which was adopted. A petition was read signed by several citizens repairing of Berry Street which on motion was referred to the committee on streets. of health reported that they had examined the Drain from the a or House Down Wayne and Calhoun streets and they considered it an intolerable nuisance which ought to be abated. On motion received and ordered on file. Or. Miner As chairman of finance committee reported in favor of the following Bills a. M. Webb on com. And police $22.j. For Liniger Quot Seq z u 25 e. Vordermark Quot 15 the clerk was instructed to draw orders amount. Or. Miner offered the following Ite solved that the Market master be and is hereby author id and directed to rent the stills in and around the Market House coming year and none to be rest eke Lor a less sum than formerly paid. Which Resolution was adopted. Or. Humphrey chairman of com. On Gas reported the following the com. On ghz a e had the Mattsf under advisement and Hor Filby Silb Mit a pro in to the Gas co. T hey believe that of City Cash get Gas at the same rates As last rear. The following kids adopted lies ived that the cosh. On Gas be and hereby a re authorised to my Lee a contract with the Gas co . Current year on the Saint terms As last year. Or. Humphrey male the following motion that one months Marq time be Given to Henry Yenke contractor for planking main Street. Carried. It several a Bills a Jug then allow a we a sied a of hrs a Forred o com. On a Aqif. Pounciwi4l�urjjed,/. ,. Robla Kiyoow s Edinia Bubo for to to by �o�hat1hand. To is ii it de the world Jover for tue disc a a nishid ability with which edit cd the pro sent Nuur Ber maintain its character in this respect 0 56 understand thar a tiry pleasant a time waa ha4 at thetic Nicoto a the 26th. The schools of the two methodist churches were marched out to the Svigir la yith a Bajjo to up rimmed m a our yester Yii Gustte while Kifaye ground i speeding a Imad Aitio a i it in schools. The Whtie ones. Tiff flt a a i or a Glanco amp tits contents gives a a Durance of this fact. The seven a subject tfx a to a of life lord Misc aulry nil the massacre of jul a a Corot a no a a Mvi a m to Clottu. Of a inn four of amp a the a fit of. Mit to the enlightened go age of theft freemen of Minnesota the following Ciu Phatic decl action of principles and resolutions 1. We maintain the Union of the states the rights of the states and the liberties of the people. 2. Re dig slavery As a great moral and , we. Oppose its Extension beyond the Tes in which it already exists the re opening of the african slave trades slave code of the territories and while we disc Jairn Al interference with Sia very where Ife already exists in the states we demand the entire and unconditional divorce of the National government from any. Participation in this Quot relic of barbarism 3. We proscribe to Man on account of his religion or place of nativity we oppose any abridgement whatever of the right of naturalization now secured by Law to emigrants and All discrimination Between native or naturalized citizens whether by amendment of a state Constitution As in Massachusetts or by legislative or congressional action and we resist with indigo nation As our fathers did in 1812, the monstrous doctrine of the impressment of american citizens by foreign despotism As recently proclaimed by the present administration. 4. We Are in favor of granting the Public Domain in limited quantities to be the free Homes of freemen Quot lands landless ver.9i�s niggers Nigger less Quot and we hold the present administration to a strict for a the defeat of the Homestead Bill in the last Congress. 4. We condemn the doctrine of the dred Scott decision As anti constitutional anti Republican incompatible with state rights and As destructive of personal Security. 6. We Are in favor of Imine Diato and efficient National Aid to a Pacific Railroad by the most practicable route. 7. We Quot hold that Congress ought to protect the lives and property of our citizens by judicious appropriations for Rivers and Harbin is. 7. We arc resolved to maintain the purity of the ballot Box As the palladium of our liberties. To this end we will resist by every legitimate Means in our Power the frauds which it is the avowed purpose of the corrupt dynasty now entrenched in the stolen places of Power in this state to perpetuate and for their past iniquities As Well As their proposed frauds we hold them up to the reprobation of All patriotism As con Spiritos against Liberty by their violation of its sacred arks the ballot Box. Resolved first that we condemn in unmeasured terms the reckless extravagance of the present corrupt and profligate National administration a its anti democratic Issue of Shin plasters its venality in the award mint of Public contracts its proclivity to create a Mountain of Public debt its picnic Faith in the affairs of Kansas its repudiation of Quot Homes homeless Quot a its duplicity on the Pacific Railroad its Quot Gross violations of the purity of the ballot boxy its cowardly abandonment of the doctrine of Protection to adopted citizens its Alliance with Dis unionists its Universal subversion of Liberty its opposition to the declaration of Independence and its Gross perversions of the Constitution a constructing in All a Bill of grievances which renders this administration cancer upon the Republic and which we pledge the vote of Minnesota to Aid in removing in 18g0. Resolved second that the present state organization is one based upon frauds and is therefore bogus that the governor and auditor of state in receiving stocks As a basis of rank circulation without Market Able value have violated the Plain letter of the Law forfeited Public Confidence and contributed largely to our pecuniary Crobar that the democratic party have created a it it noting Cut fund Benefit of state officers thereby stealing the people s Money and that by their general mismanagement of our state affairs they have shown tie selves not Only unworthy of Confidence but have manifested their incapability to administer the state government. Resolved third. That the present administration in ordering the Sale of Public lands in this state As it is understood such is their avowed purpose in this dark hour of financial distress and go no ral Embarrass Neift is inflicting a fearful wrong upon the settlers of Minnesota turning Over to remorseless speculators the fruits of to Weir honest Industry. Resolved Fomish. That the Gross abuse practice by the democratic party in this state under that clause of the Constitution which extends the elective franchise to indians who have adopted the habits and customs of civilized life demand the severest reprobation of All friends of the party of the ,.and this convention pledges the Republican party of Minnesota to Reform and Correct such abuses by such needful legislation As shall confine the benefits intended to be conferred by that provision to such indians As have or May become civilized in fact. Resolved fifth. That however men May have originally differed Union the adoption of the five million loan policy we All unite in a determination to pm a serve the plighted Faith of the. State from the Sta in of repudiation by meeting All our obligations to the entire extent of our honest indebtedness that to the a question of the taxation of. The people to pay the interest on the a Itel ads we hold that the constitutional a Inen dment itself Points out the Mode by which that interest shall be met that we will Faith Ftp Fly carry out and abide by that amendment and shall hold the Bali oct my jes to a strict compliance there Vith. And that we shall Opse All further la slate in in the so is debt a Statil default and forfeiture shall have been made on the part of the companies i to resolved re Atwo shall expert the Republican legislate re of Fth cd Ming Quot Winter to boldly carry their inv Iii Quot a ati�i�%hcrev7 er4,Here Are kit a of a in or imputed frauds in Tho management of our state affairs regard of those that May implicated politics in the South. Of de Linic Anil the african slave Trade. In a speech Diu Vete at Coluin bus South Carolina ,8lh of it Hon. Wil Liam l. Yancey discourse follows of Manifest destiny and the necessity of reviving the african slave Trade. We see vast neighbouring domains inviting the Progress of our institutions. All this magnificent continent South of us to the isthmus of Darin destiny Points out to the Field of of or operations. race has utterly failed in its Mission to civilize those regions. It they failed in the attempt to build up Industry my Prosperity upon the slavery of the a Indian race. In this attempt they warred against nature. No other was Ever designed to be slaves but the Aik ican. They have also failed in every government Experiment thay have made and they have tried Many. They can neither maintain a Republic nor monarchical form of government they have not the Wisdom to devise proper Laws they have not the characteristics that would make them properly obedient to Laws. Their country presents a vast spectacle of anarchy and confusion in which neither life Liberty or property Are Safe. It is a Over cd All Over with vast Semi heathenism idolatry., a to Man conversant with the Fate of nations can fail to see that it is but a a a in Stion of time when All this Region shall be occupied by the Anglo Sorori race itis Quot our destiny to carry to that people the arts the Bles sings of Good government and to carry to them the higher blessings of Christian civilization. But yet while fitted for this a magnificent destiny in the purity and sufficiency of our civilization we Are denied All Power expanding Over it by the unjust action of our own government. The great question for us to solve is what shall be our course in relation to this unjust policy How Are we to Dis enthral ourselves such a question demands a Union of sentiment As Well As a Union action among the people. We Are told that we Are progressing towards its proper solution because it is said that it is now stronger than Ever within the Union. In one sense this is True and not True in the sense in which it Lias been the South is stronger now than she was Twenty Yeai a ago. She is stronger because More United because party shackles sit More lightly upon her people because she has determined the question of the morality of slavery in its favor because she has determined the political bearings of slavery in its favor. But while we Are thus stronger within ourselves we Are not relatively stronger considered with reference to our opponents. They too Are More United in sentiment against us. There Are but two great fiut tons of the North. One would crush us by the direct action of the general government the other would indirectly crush us by hostile territorial legislation. But the True question is not Are we stronger than we have been but arc we As Strong As our necessities require Are we As Strong As we rightfully ought to be this question must be answered in the negative. Can we have any Hope of righting ourselves and doing Justice to ourselves in the Union a if there is such How it would be our duty to make the attempt. For one i have no such Hope but 1 am determined to act with those who have such Hope As Long and Only As Long As it May be reasonably indulged. Not so much with any expectation that the South will obtain Justice in tie Union a a with the Hope that by thus acting within a reasonable time there will be obtained Unity amongst our people in going out of the Union. Applause if we remain in the Union we must demand a repeal of every unconstitutional act against the institution of slavery. We must demand the Rei Eal of the acts of 1807, 1819, 1851. We must demand that it shall be a settled jul icy of this government that wherever slavery shall exist under the Flag of this Union it shall receive full and adequate Protection from the Federal government. Applause if we can obtain these , then we shall be in a condition to fill the glorious destiny that awaits us. When we have obtained these demands within the Union we May look to Ine insures acquisition of new territories fit for a slave population. Without them the acquisitions of such territories would but prove another curse to the Twa new roes . Another born edits the stake in Saliae in. Co a a a the he Arribi it it Etc a is. A the hungarian movement. Koi Isuji and Klapka to this hungarians. A. a $150,000 Eai Boap bands sold up sunni i Piik to Ca Ted county men count a cited with the Soesie in of friends from Fri Idelphia came to Fri we a a rec onus Iii la to Fri Theu the Feu in Sharpe Sho. la rep and Matilar to new Yorick a fliers Indus cd the sell or part with j50,gp0 Kfaft Wisiol. Of a Quot in no to get of to by i mor my him if a skiers 4sut letters from Hungary state that the entire country is inundated with proclamations from Kossuth in which he says six Days before the catastrophe of villages when Russia and treason forced the Heroit hungarian jmj Ople to Lay Down their arms 1 spoke to you last time. I have been silent during ten Long and painful years. But thank god the moment has now come at which i can raise my voice and Call the Brave Magyar nation to arms to fight Liberty of Hungary. 1 bring to you my two sons whom the Tiger Heynau the precise hungarian epithet is stronger than this and cannot be translated gorged with the carnage sent to me not thinking for what work of vengeance i should bring them up. In his proclamations Kossuth never Speaks of Austria but always of the House of hapsburg. He dentures that the expulsion it of that dynasty is the Mission of the huh a a nation. He says that he shall be Supoj sorted by a Power which ten year ago replaced the House of haps Bui on the throne a and that Power is now eng pm in preparing its arms i inst the hopi Isle of hapsburg. He says Rise mag Yarisi say Rifis ii your crops let them be trampled underfoot to the la St bldg a by your friends and your Erie Niles swear to you by the god of the magyars that i will enrich your soil for a thousand years whilst re Corique Rig hungarian Liberty. _ t. Quot Geh. Klapk4> has also issued a Urt proclamation to the magyars Yalung in. Them to take up arms and display the National colors. Among otip�lthjng8 he says in the hand of the Magyar every scythe As Well As a very Musket is a we a Ipin. Air semble command Avengo la the Maars Ivha Avert ask ass hated by the the great Luis a Tihany errand Reco quering the old hungarian Liberty correspondence of the Globe. Pabis july 6, concerning the Telegram from Ciesnik As to a French Fiji rce of10,000 men being landed at Lusskin Piccolo Onil Hyrian Island. Rar article is not exact in taking this disembarkation Jbf a infringement on the territory of trite Ste. Ltd Rio Yio ution of the Federal so aboard Liis not go Aein by Nown that Hup Ali it a it Julitta he Lehni in it fluid ,tin afro Mitlin Tfir soak it la a my crat t�absham., Saline co Only me time ago Yogi mail Rosolie Csc it a negro murdered a gentleman named Linton near Waverly in this county. He was caught after a Long search and put Injo in yesterday he was tried at this place and convicted of the crime and sentenced to be Hung. While the sheriff was conveying him to prison he was set upon by the crowd and taken from that officer. The mob then proceeded to the jail Aind took Froin thence two other negroes. One of them Hadi attempted the life of act in sen of this place and the other had just committed an outrage upon a Young White girl. After the mob got the negroes together they proceeded to the outskirts of the town and selecting k proper place chained the no Gro who kilted Hinton to a stake got a a a a entity of dry Wood piled it around him and Petit on fire. Then commenced a scene which for its sickening horrors had never Quot been witnessed before in this or perhaps in any other place. The negro was stripped to the Waist and a Barco Etcil. He looked the a picture of despair but there was no sympathy Felt for him at the monent. Presently the fire began to surge up in flames around him and its effects were made visible in theft tile attempts of the poor wretch to move his feet. As the flames gathered about Iris limbs and body he commenced the most frantic shrieks and appeals for mercy for death for water he seized his chains they were hot and Burnt the flesh of Quot his hands. He would drop them and catch at them again. Then he would repeat his cries but All to no purpose. In a few. Moments he was a charred mass Bones and flesh alike burned into a powder. Many very Many of the spectators who did not realize the full horrors of the scene until it was too late to change it retired and sick at the sight. May Marshall never witness such another spectacle. The ends of Justice Are surely As full accomplished by the Ordinary process of Law As by the violence of an excited populace. If the horrors of the Day had ended Here it would have been Well but the other negroes were taken and Hung justly perhaps but in violation of Law and Good order. They exhibited no remorse. One of them Simily remarked Quot that he hoped before they Hung him they would let him see the other boy Burnt i Quot the outrage perpetrated by the negro was upon the daughter of a highly respectable Farmer named Lamb living near Marshall. It appears that a number of children had gone to gather Black eries not far from the town where the negro who belonged to one of the neighbouring firmer a was at work in a Field. According to the statement of the children the first they saw of him was when he rushed in among them perfectly naked and seized the eldest of them about thirteen years of age the daughter of or. Lamb. The others were frightened and ran away while then Gro dragged his victim into a Thicket and committed the fiendish act. While he was dragging her along she told him she would Tell his master and her father upon he replied he was a runaway and had no master. In the meantime her Little brother who was of the party hastened into town and told his parents the Stor a. A party of men immediately started spot As directed and found the girl in convulsions. After bathing her she recovered sufficiently to Tell the occurrence. They then went in Pursuit of the negro and from her description of him found him at work in the Field. He was immediately arrested taken before a Justice and confronted with the girl who had been conveyed to the magistrate s office. She recognized him immediately. He was put in jail but the people took him with the others and Hung him As i have stated. Or. And mrs. Lamb it is stated Are almost insane about the matter. The girl although much injured will recover. There must have been upwards of one thousand people present although Many returned before the affair avas Over. A a part fit Cyloa of Omamai citizens. Kaio�ii&Quot%ptfly�17ip��?ious to the to try pm Tion of a tej to minister at Erin , Tjia to. Demo he of Tho a twerian a a a sur the scr of my is Rast. Quot Ati Ormy be Recti viral Biack pc the request of the president Render an up Init a in the Case Uit tuning the Generd Ghec to zip Triail ones Incoy testis la Antr that in regard tothe projection of a the of rights at he my and abroad. We have a jew which diet Vides the a Boito claps or makes an difference Between them that anti veranda naturalized american citizen May the re re go Forth Ith canal Security Oyer every sea and throw High every land under heaven including the country in which the latter was born. Either of them May. Token for a debt contracted or a crime committed by him both Are absolutely free from All political obligations to every country but their they Are both America citizens and their exclusive allegiance is due tie governments of the to United states. Quot in judge Black s opinion the hanoverian government cannot justify the arrest of Ernst by showing that he emigrated con Trai a the flaws of that country Uncle it can also be proved that original right of expatriation depends on the contents of the natural Sovereign and this last. Proposition he is sure to establish. The austrian View of the defeat at Gate a it a a so Apo it of has a Tabor on Tbs la of triadic. Of-f4aaiio Belonje a Tach to country Froin theed Travio to which is throw High the cd Appel of Lussing i cools if Lina Ubold stroke such was Quot wont of Quot a a Brit a a the we Idiz Witt of a correspondent of the London times writing from Verona two Days after the Battle of Solferino assigns the following reasons Why the austrians suffered defeat on that bloody Field. There is no doubt that the austrian army on the 24th suffered much inconvenience from the fact that they were attacked by the French and piedmontese three hours sooner than the time fixed by themselves for assuming the offensive. Their dispositions admirably As they May have been made for an attack must have been faulty when it become necessary to repel an Advance of the enemy. It is evident also that if the emperor intended to Advance at 9 o clock in the morning it was because he knew that his various corp.? would not be in their proper positions till that hour. He was therefore to a certain extent Unready at 6 o clock in the morning. The tent ii and eleventh corps movements which should have turned the French left at Medole very probably depended upon a calculation of time which part of the austrian scheme of attack. The eleventh corps Weigl did i believe come in sight of the enemy but it did too late to have any effect on the result of the Day while the tenth corps seems never to have come up at All. These fact suggest sonic reflections. How was it that the Frea Cli were ready at a in o clock to Maike a combined attack against the austrians who on their part had Joist taken up positions Fri the previous evening an easy answer can be Given to that questions no Sboril a was the first austrian Battallio out of Vallio on the 23d, than a Ballon was observed to Rise in the air Frodo the via Ini to Opma a signal no doubt French it ii he to a full conviction that the of the French knew of the a a a ring. Of the -23di the a act position of every austrian corps that he it Ade his preparations Acoy of a singly acid that on the a the a band the emperor of Austria was utterly unable a to what was the he mba for distribution of Tho forces of the Allie or a this in no a Stybe said is the result which must be anticipated in every military movement on italian soil. A a use of balloons in War. The London times correspondent at the Headquarters of the allies writes under Date of july 6th a a As the French have established a regular corps of balloonist which Are under the intelligent direction of the famous Argonaut Goddard the fortress of Peschiera and Verona Are closely watched so that we Are Able to know what is going on within their limits. Day before yesterday the balloon of m. Goddard could be seen Over , much to the amusement of our Gay soldiers. At six o clock the Aerial recon nuisance was Over and the balloon having safely descended in the Vicinity of Castle i Nova Goddard and two officers of the French staff who were his cosh Anions hastened to report that Alk it seventy oxen had been collected by the austrians at the dog Ana of Peschiera a party of zouave were soon a impacted in that direction and a few hours after the captured Herd made its appearance in our Camp. The oxen were not kept As the owners went to the Megi or and told him the animals had been stolen the night before by a party of Hussars. His majesty soon ordered them to be restored to the proprietors. A a a my Ltd in parvo clock is exhibited in this City which not Only does duty As a time piece but boils the Coffee for its owner and awakes him in time to drink it. Attached to the clock on the right Side is a brass plate lying parallel with the table or shelf on which the clock is placed and at the further end is a Coffee pot fixed upon a Frame with a spirit lamp underneath. Between the clock and the Coffee pot is an alarm Bell. The apparatus is thus used suppose a person wishes to Rise and travel at four o clock in the morning All he has to do is to set an inner dial to that hour while the outer or clock dial indicates the True time. He also makes certain dispositions of the lighting apparatus which Are self suggestive. Precisely at 4 o clock a lever is moved which causes a drum to revolt against a friction match the flame from which ignites the Wick of the spirit lamp. In half an hour the Coffee is ready when another drum revolves ignites a match and lights a Candle and at the same time the figure of a Monk pulls a rope and rings an alarm Bell effectually arousing the Sleeper. The alarm ought of course to be an aged so much before the departure As to leave time Coffee to boil and the traveler to dress. Half and hour is too Long for practical purposes but this can doubtless be . F. milanese a aids Quot Malakoff Quot writes Toylie x. Y. I Ines Quot the milanese ladies Are Quot forsaking the re All pretty Andic get Tislim Tei Bori net but Sudi it Bonne Taitl is la pity they Don veil it Vith the Losa of the be ill they lose the Law it Point of Beauty in their Dis the it of their Toilette is Only remarkable by its Lack of elegance. The i Lauese ladies ire in Nattes and with Nike hcs the Long Black veil falling Down from their Combs and a fan always in movement but gracefully moving they Are both picturesque and some of them promenade in Low neck dresses arid i. Two fuss that such As i saw it nothing by their Choice of style. The French officers i am told have made sad havoc among the hearts of the fair milanese but this is not astonishing for they Are handsome gentlemanly and dignified men who show to great advantage in this country. Besides Are they not the liberators of these fair ladies its sort in pays cd Maquis Les Oti quins i heard of a Case in which a wealthy gentleman who had gone to one of the hospitals and taken a wounded zouave to his Uluse was obliged to go and beg of the of scat in Char to take him Back again his daughter had fallen desperately in love with the Beard the decorations and the dare Devil countenance of the zouave. Grand National horse show. On the 6th, 7th, and 9th of september there will be a grand horse show and ladies equestrian display at Dayton. Accommodations on the grounds for 30,000 spectators will be erected and a very Large list of premiums is offered. As a specimen of the liberality of the premiums we May mention that fastest trotting gelding or filly to harness the first Premium is of the value of $20 j. One Hundred of it in Cash and a piece of plate Worth another .$100. For the fastest station to harness the second Premium is of the value of 175. Six of the aggregate value of .$515, to the lady equestrians and a Silver Cornet brass or Silver band of music. Colonel Harris of the Ohio cultivator is the marshal of the ladies equestrian we presume some Stock will be sent from Here or hereabouts. A Columbus gelding recently received $250 forfeit from a fast new York Mare. If he is in Ohio at the time and is sent to the fair some of them will see his heels and we think he will bring Back a Premium a Ohio Stutts imn. A Wioland and an Oliver a some few Days since judge Whitley was subpoenaed As a witness in the Forest Case. His old acquaintance Prince John Van Buren was the examining counsel the judge who now and then Aims at the facetious was asked by the Prince what his occupation was. Quot of Quot said he _ Quot i m a pain a Ter poet Politi Tion Justice of the peace editor in a word a Jack of All Quot put that Down Quot said the Prince Quot Jack of All a excuse me Quot replied the judge Quot that was a Mere pleasantry. I protest against your putting that Quot i insist Quot retorted the Pertina Cious Prince and it was duly entered that Thomas w. Whitley confessed to being a Jack of All trades. In a few minutes afterwards the Jack of All trades had his revenge on the princely Jack of All parties for upon his asking How it was that Whitley was so sure he was in Buffalo in 1848, the sarcastic Jersey Justice said in a most emphatic manner Quot because j had the pleasure of hearing or John Van Buren make his famous free soil speech Quot a laugh from the spectators greeted the retort while the Prince groaned inwardly a Frank Leslie s news. Sickles keep his seat a Short bridal the 4th of j uly a heavy business Man of Bostons one of the Well to do merchants of that City was married there to a Young lady of Boston he was Rich doing a Good business and 40 years of his life had been passed before he saw miss the daughter of his lawyer and married her. On the morning of the 5th. They started on a Western collecting tour end last week arrived in this City and put up at the Newhall. On this Short trip the Rose had greatly faded from her Check and sadder had turned her Eye. To one knows the cause but last monday they visited a lawyer of this City and singed papers agreeing forever to separate each to go whore fancy or inclination might Lead and henceforth to be As strangers Quot to each other. He settled upon her Boston property to the amount of $20,000, gave her besides $1,000 in Cash and yesterday she left for Boston. Both parties were Well educated handsome and apparently fitted for each others society but some cause unknown to outsiders led to Tho above results a Mil to Aulinee news. George Randolph rearrested. Robert Akey one of the bail of Geo. Randolph who stands indicted in our circuit court for grand larceny and forfeited his recognizance at the last term has succeeded in re arresting said Randolph and he is now safely housed in the county jail. Or. Akey succeeded in arresting Randolph in the state of Pennsylvania a Lagrange Sentinel. Ludwell. A a sunday evening a Little Hildia Iltz Ting strayed from its Mother Shojii Heit arh. Fat it took a pm up Siutoa won it seeing Stone ships Fitl niggling As if of Dew Ife con Yff i her miss Ichigi re he Rye Ong Ira a a a a a choir to them a a r Todos ii be act head my the a a so the Sickles letter is the subject of much remark and gossip to Day. The general opinion Here so a is to be that if Sickles had any friends left they ought to have counselled him Nevei to undertake a justification of his. Conduct in print. A Man in his position ought to keep quiet and not add to his Stock by penning cards to the n�wsper3.-i a Juc a. Jit is stated that a Call. Will be issued in the course of a few Days for a Public Jeet ing of the people of the third cohere option Al District which in Sickles is elected to rep rent with a View of requesting that gentleman to resign his seat. Whether this move ment has its origin in political hostility or personal dislike it is impossible positively to say As there will in Jaames Atu Ched Al t we known however that a to train competitor of Sickles at thelast a la Otic Iri is try Aux cum to get his seat and the it re a meeting in contemplation a May % an. Der be scheme of Phate ambition under cover of a High so ii of Piibe i he i a Vii. Now result a this step Najr Tely a ii this that unit Ier a a Cir a Tokes will Stock has Saidra Smuch within the last i Wenty four hours and what he says in Tfir its spa it it is probable he will adhere y. Cor of pm. Ledger. Tie fall Elje it in Iii the Cut a the it Lotof at is i Olibama yqu�,.fi>r state Seq aug seven couple Kentucky votes for Golemon state Al to Dpi Lii to Irinio St amp be Fri ears a tid two Gbo Bra a Smen. 4 it i in the 4th of of Fly off a my to or Inri Toto for leaven Worth july 29.�?the Conven. Tion has nearly completed its labors and will probably adjourn to Morrow. The Constitution Wilt be radically anti slavery but differs from the Leavenworth instrument inasmuch As it does not extend the right of suffrage to negroes. The state legislature will consist of 72 representatives and 21 senators the business of the convention has been disposed of with tolerable expedition. The questions of a por Ozment and a temporary capital were the Only measures which offered serious obstacles. Topeka has been selected As the temporary capital. Lawrence beg a competitor the efforts of the partisans of both places revealed considerable corruption both inside and outside of the convention one or More members being implicated in bribery. The indications Are that the ratification of the Constitution will be vigorously opposed by the democracy As its Strong measures the annexation of the Platte exclusion of free negroes the pro Hibit in of a Bank of Issue the preservation of the present Western Boundary which includes the Gold Region have All been Defeated. The times has interesting private advices by the arrival of the express last night Froni Denver City on the 20th. The Tsiones continued to yield Well and new leads were constantly a great Many miners had been compelled to quit work on account of a Scarcity of water. A company had commenced the icon strut Tion of Flumo eleven Miles Long to convey water from the neighbourhood of Mountain City. Tunnelling had also commenced. the great Britain carries the week to 1800 the Tore a new give no Inch discussion Iino Soal diversity Root a consequently much it Ecith on dealings in Stock to r. Of the tendency of frices iras in wild ill nearly All classes of suritis Pitt ing heaviness. The decline is Hea est in the we to pm Railroad stocks which continue to be unfavourably affected by the discouraging traffic returns. I the Money Market is easier at full kites the demand being to a moderate extent Only the Banks and banking houses Seldom look Dull of than at a a sent. The rates on Call Are occasionally 5, on prime paper 6@7 per cent. The Cash receipts from customs Are not so Large this week. I the sub Treasury balance stands in 160,000. The negotiation of percent. Tto ask by notes at Par go steadily on parties taking them about As fast As the department requires the Money. The recent european news has infused fresh life into Tho Cotton Market. The match race Between the Schooner yacht restless and Sloop Rebecca from Newport Light to throngs Point buoy resulted in favor of the restless she beating the Rebecca twelve Miles , july 28, German named Arndt near Cedarville in this county killed three of his children Vith an axe yesterday morning and wounded the a a rth so badly that it is not expected to live. He made no resistance when arrested. He assigns no reasons murder. Bedford a. July 28.�?the Bedford Gazette in to Days Issue publishes an article author timely declaring that pres Meti Buchanan will not be a candidate for reelection by the Charleston convention. Philadelphia july 28. tailor named Colton supposed to be insane made a furious attack with a Large pair of shears this morning on a police officer inflicting a wound supposed to be fatal. He afterwards attacked two other men who were severely wounded before he could be secured. Sackville n. B., Golf 2t. The following Are the principle items of news by the Europa. The steamers Saxonia and Kangaroo arrived out on the 13th. The Ocean Queen reached Southampton on the 14th, and the Persia on the 16th. The treaty of peace is fully confirmed but no further particulars have transpired beyond the fact that the princes of Tuscany and Modena Are to return to their states. The result of the treaty is generally misprinted in England. The emperor Napoleon was on his Way Home. He was expected to reach Paris on the 18th inst when further details of the treaty will probably be announced. In his address to the army he says that the place was concluded because the contest was about to assume proportions no longer in keeping with the interests. France had m the War. The emperor of Austria had left the army and was on his Way to Vienna. He had issued an order of the Day in which he says alluding to the treaty of peace that he yielded to the unfavourable political situation in which he was placed because his natural allies did not As was expected come to his assistance. Count Cavour and the sardinian Cabinet had resigned and it is reported that the Rea sons for this step were on account of the terms of peace being unsatisfactory. Count Are has been charged with the formation of a new Cabinet. X. Y. Nothing has been accomplished by the railway companies the x. Y. Central is requested to Advance 3d and 4th class freights to an extent sufficient to deprive that route of business fimm these the great advantages in the Way of water lines enjoyed by the Baltimore Road from Boston and x. Y. Enable it to get business at the expense of the other roads that rates can be advanced seems now improbable that the a y. Roads will take measures to obtain their share of business is quite certain of new England business they get very Lite tile and it is stated that none of the goods of the Boston Trade have passed Over the Central. Boston july 27th�?the steamship Canada sailed this morning at 10 do a for Liverpool via Hali amp a she took 66 passengers for Liverpool and 27 for half inc and $265,000 in specie. Quot Quot Imin Ense swindle has jut exploded. It is called the grand Cuchy Obraden s fou Teeri Quot millions loan a not or Iii a Idt Teiry of which the messes re the child wore i pie rated is the our opt an a Geh cons time Fellner amp co. Were the a this firm has i to Raugh extensively m the South and West but Are now missing. �?�fiai4ai>�i.pm4,july Obi Aotis Monongah Oqla Valley Bank in the West part of the Yew Roj a Lydig. A a correspondence a place be a Xun the Jgr of Ibe Vari a the to a la pts of la m. M a a a minoan do. Re Sci iss new York july 26.�?the restoration of peace in Europe the most important event that has happened since the out produced Little or no effect in commercial or finance circles Here to Day. Tho news caused the French funds to Advance 2 4 per cent the British a us other eign stocks in proportion but in in. Yrs neither Mere Andize stocks Money have been perceptibly effected Ifo doubt the season of year which is a amp Vor Able to Nieou native movements is in a my sure the cause of the apathy. Some Ding is also duet to the Sway which the Tereise Over the Stock which present paralyses be Mioi Fly that body aide Post says while to Tejae of Europe Sikli ,to important interests the a tem to Ujj the importers yet there a a of Joel a reason i irc9ngrat that Sjo a Lui an element As a Europe or is remo Fra the financial syst Petitti i Der action of. Coidet.,., he condition Olp Ospen a Bluit we Verm a be the Tempora ii tags a Jire Vevil covery Jittra. Fly Atn a i a Viu a ready ,

Search All Newspapers in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Fort Wayne Weekly Republican Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Fort Wayne Weekly Republican?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!