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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly Republican. Volume 2. Fort Wayne Indiana wednesday morning August 10, number 15 this port Wayne Republican. Bailey cd Luis. Pump cur Yuul Wii mind hokum 1 or vent Advance. Bates oui us ump 131lnmor Olio Lii Mutton Euh Lita Anont Menion Ujj same one to for six Milln r Jar Throop a one column Doc your ill months column to to Jujj Sll Mouths a lift months on Younh column one w i u i sir months three months Jwj announcing Oun Surtin for i Russ in slave Vilue the people of St. Joseph threaten Torivo the editor and destroy the press of Tho free a free state paper recently Star Teil there. On Tho 2th of july a Largo meeting was held in the court House when the following resolutions were reported by a committee appointed for that purpose Ite Solival that no abolition press ought to be allowed in he state of Missouri and Nono Liall be. In ibis i Ity or Vicinity. That the free Democrat press be requested to cease the publication of its paper believing of we do that it is creating and has Crea cd discord in our midst entirely incompatible with the feelings of a Kwh Alm ing Community cd. That to Tho Best of our belief t in official of said press and its employees con vivid at the escape of the convict John do i. Ith. That no other Issue of said Papor be made and that attic official be requested to close office and leave town. 5th. That a committee be o convey these Resolution to Thollke of the free Democrat. Lit i. Liat 11 committee of five be appointed to see that the Nowve or Quasula arc obeyed before Sundown of saturday and if not that said press be packed and shipped to sonic other Point. 7lli. That it behoves the citizens of Luis Bunai county and others who make St. Joseph a Point of Trade to avoid All persons who have advertised in or subscribed or said free new York Tun spec plates about the "1 each and in its of Dav. Unless Napoleon 111. In taken tin. Church up As boldly As i Cuin and Tharle Mango did of old and put Tho function o is Ollic erd and their Public relations into Lani ony with the spirit of Italy and the world in this Niew Tenuth Century the Ilal Ian question May lie for a Init cannot to regarded As settled. 1 Low u i Esposo of the Tom porn the in pacy was the vally vital and trying pro Blem of the situation into which Napoleani 11 t. To Cit lady and resolutely list act at Tho May and from which he is Cine med As he old Kin Ope and ills iwo pc that he would before the Middle o july victorious beyond nil precedents o Victory in Campaign of War and enabled i y own promptness and vigor of will to Europe and fun Arni Uge without to much a a designing to consult either England or 1 Russia tin buses of the at which of the those Powers had been Idle for weeks. The finite venetians implied in the retention of that province by Austria May by explained in consistency with t in decisive Deli rations of Napoleon Iii. That Italy must be Treft to the Adriatic by the Supow Sitison Liat the act Iii to by b Rancis Joseph has been Model id by the Concession of represent alive institution to the venetians and that the fortresses of 1 in historic Square Are to be garrisoned like the Federal fortresses of the German confederation by troops of the various states and not by austrian troops alone. If Verona in Schini and leg Nago arc to to occupied by mixed boils of tuscan , Lombard and Jio Iuan Soli Liers it will perhaps be fair for Napoleon to claim Tut he has done for All sort Horn Italy what he has unquestionably done Tor Lom tardy and expelled once for All the austrian domination. If this be so Austria herself in Tho curiously anomalous position of a great Power subjected on each of the two wings of its Force to Tho will of a fade ref As a iceman Prince the Etna Piror of Austria was of Gigli to states like and Hailun. As an italian Irinec he will now be driven to play a see of Idary Prift to Tuscany and Naples. Loser Linia and to Home. Much therefore As the Van itans May Olyett in Point of sentiment o Ali or enforced endurance of the hips in Regis it is not improbable that they May Mac been clothed by the treaty of Villanua with virtual Independence. Their ii lure in that Case will Dup and on their Sisler states of the papal presidency is the crucial Lillian Ltd of the situation. The idea of con Bari big the Pope a sort of Primicy in liberated Italy is not of itself absolutely ice. It was the dream of i to in himself n those first Arcadian Days of when be ramp from filing Anglia to fill the chair of it in tar with the Iota of Italy and with Faith full us 1 was even upon England by the of fac Ito Inan in 18111, to narc file in i Illk Rin Surh a scheme and Forfi Radii Erslon gave assent in general terms. Tut if this project s in any Way intended to strengthen the Tower of that reactionary Der incl parly which has recited supreme in Home for Fen rears past and Lias governed in the Faith hat the world was weary of Poilu Riard then it Dav of the of Italy in blood Aud Llama is merely and Ournac i and hi., while he carries Back from unparalleled Campaign the double Fame and double Force of Genius and Rivil moderation will leave wind a renter work than any he ims Atte Pleil to Ike done by others coming of or and brighter glory than any he Las won to be the Guerdon of that Mercury solemnly says the Lack he publican party succeed in their Aims whet Lii r in electing a Lippe or bunks or us weird it will certain la be Hoove the South especially All the cot ton stated of the South and South West u retire from the present Union. There is a time Piid tide in the ullars not Only of individuals Init of states when a movement pro wry Ina Ilc May be attended with the most deceive and jux i Nigatu it growl consequences. I Hope that the. Goal and Groat hta Tesnier of the i ouch and they Are not too men of pure genuine sagacity and unsullied May Iki end Weil with Wisdom Anil count go to meet the Willieu Tieh of the impending crisis. There is not Only danger in the distance but it hand much nearer than those who Are wont a peace Are Apt to Ini Agilio. Tho a foully must bring her time to the the Lime for words for log rolling compromises is Over and the Kurtli and the South Are about to meet each Oiler face to lice and have 11 solemn reckoning. It must result in a re of the bargain Ora of the which have United the two sections Roget la a. And again if or. Llu Chipnan with All Energy cd Crit nce and put Rioliso has sigm itly failed to reconcile the of the contending sections it is vain to think that Tho greatest and purest living statesman in whom t lie american Sun shines if elevated to the residency could accomplish the object much less am two heed Compromise Man. Some new and tilling element of Efficacy other than conventions platforms or presidencies must in mingled with the hitter Waters of strife or we shall soon Hue to bid a Imig and last of Irwill to the american Union with All its real and imagined excellencies. Disunion alone of Only the precipitate Ami can purify the corrupt turbid letter from Melligio gives a few details of Tho interview of Tho emperors at at . When the Ken Cross were about to enter the House the Noble ii cards worn ranged on the right in Iho i Stille and Cunt on the left. The Kinin a or Franeis Joweph instr Iledon 01 Turing Virdt. Invited Francis Joseph to Hrca fur. But Tho latter to the he had break listed a fore wit out. The two Firnin Cross then entered t in Silt room done and sat Down on opposite Side of the Tuble. Napoleon Laid on the table few cigarette and hollered one to the Young Sovereign who Deli nil it. Although no third Euill a word of what passed at this interview. 1 can state that they conversed sonic in italian but More in in noun. Not a won was written Down. During Tho conversation Napoleon mechanically Picl cd to pieces the Flowers in a before . On issuing from the House Apo Ctm conversed in instant with Huron , while i Rancis Joseph a Kike with Mard Lial Villant. They then briefly inspected their escort. Francis Joseph was so struck with the uniform and bearing of the cent Gardes and guides that he expressed admiration and also whether they formed to part of Tho i Artl. A letter from Vienna says that exactly in the morning of Tho Lith Francis Joseph reached Villa Franca where he was received by Napoleon with great kindness Ami show . The two monarchy in Ali Isle and remained to Ether till 5 m., and it would appear Allied the basis of peace i forc parting. In military circles it is Siad Xai Leon showed documents to the emperor of aos via. Which remove any doubt he might have Felt aleut the be yes Rity of sacrificing Lombardy. One document was a 1 Rikiso Anglo Kosyian peace project Haskeil on the cession of yen Utia is Well As loin anly and the other was a dispatch in which Prussia expresses a resolve not to draw Tho sword in defense of any Ikirt Follic austrian possessions and Italy. It that the 1 Ope should be president of the and Francis Joseph promised to do All in Wjk Jubi to the Pope to agric to s the Church. This Hist ice of information appears apocrypha jut was acquired from an excellent source and doubtless will prove True. In 1851 it was known at Home that Napoleon had armed a plan for the confederation of the Dalian states and one or two of us Princi features arc still in memory. Thei is now the Pope was to to president of he i on i duration hut the executive Power i As to be in the hands of Sardinia. Tho idea a flee of the do Iii ions of the Church is new to none of lie Powers. Information has been received from Verona that the officers and men of the army Are greatly depressed us hey had expected soon to balance accounts with the allies. A jul the War lasted till autumn it is probable Liat the pm terror would have lost Venelin. As Well As to Mittry but it is a fact that the Vns Trian army bad almost recovered its ordinal strength Anil Coolid Cnoc. Tho Paris of be. London news says he has seen i Turin letter which says that when Napoleon announced to Victor knt Amial fac terms of the treaty in said has your majesty any Obic Rva in to the King Imd eix tamling at once the situation replied by asking the Nies fion ilm your majesty anything to the two sovereigns bowed and often is this question asked Liv in acquaintance mar Rich a husband i lie Riff is Iho in of Pic lion propounded by Hor friends. Jot is to honest industrious sober and but is he not ban he a mind that Distin a Slies among fellow men and Calls Forth their homage and but Iri he Lias he the dollars and Flo May Havo everything u Only heart a master intellect to May upright steady and industrious but if he the dimes and dollars Tho dollars and to is but us a Yonning brass a tinkling the greatest sin ofor country is Iii Illary an Iilo Latry us degrading yet As Complete is that of the Hindoo or the Pharisee Yea More degrading for there is something awfully grand and impressive in Llic maj Colic River Ever moving Onward yet silently to the great sea and in Tho gorgeous Luigi Innery of Day is he comes Forth from the Chambers of night heralded by Sorc Nhaing fire but we Imp Down to the the Dull. Sciasc Ess a Tolar and make it a god work for it Day by Day we Lay it in our Beds and dream Over it by night we go to Iho Sanctuary of Christ and instead of meditating upon amazing love we suffer the Dollar to comi in and take Possession of our thoughts our lives arc spent in the service of our real gel Molnr we bring up our children in the nurture of the Dollar to teach them t Tat the Dollar is the main thing to be gained we teach it by Precept and by example. E profess to lie diary Tahti. To feel for the 00r, we profess respect for honest poverty speak of Silver Ami guld world s Roods us and All the while to Are Lypo critics and liars for we think More of o ii god Dollar than ofor Saviour Jesus Christ we have missionary Enterprise on toot and to talk pathetically of the Heathen bowing Down to stocks and stones Ami yet How much better arc we bowing Down to Silver us Goltl the Irac Tico of men All around belie their professions they profess to be the followers of Christ and they Are the followers of the a nun. If the realisation of Tho Dol or involves the Selling of the widow s Only bed or Tho orphans last Diess there Are people professed christians too who would not he dilate an instant. Is he yes he is Rich hut i rfcs shall take to themselves wings and by away and when in shall strive to enter heaven and shall not be Able then lie will understand How hard it is for a Camel to go through Iho Eye of u pm. New Catholic cd Macli. The a Lenny Argus in a review of or. Fellows movement says this new device will resemble religion As a wooden Nutmeg does the original fruit shape form color alike but Beechwood within. The difficulty about All these science methods of braking a religion for people to believe in is that they will not live. A living religion like a Plant Springs from the mud. Its Root must be in Earth and it must by Ltd natural Yurt .1. The supremo court has granted the application fur the appoint lenient of the receiver under fourth mortgage in the Kric in inroad. Hale Iii x. 0., aug just vote for Congress in this City yesterday show Large for l. T. 11. Ira Rich the i Clio Octalie Cali flute. Ice nuns from other of the District indicate re election by n Large majority. In the first congressional District returns from five precincts give Henry 11. Shaw Tho democratic candidate Only 3 j in Jority Over opponent or. Inn the nil the result is considered doubtful. Yolk aug. The Herald has proof of Wise a narrative of last balloon excursion dated Lafay clot ind., the 1st inst. at 11 a. M. And came Down 20 minutes after a on it Edge. Prairie 30 Miles North cast of fit. Liuis during a rain Utonn. By the arrival of the ship sportman and hark Dawn at this port last evening we have advices from Ilu Enos arcs to the 20th of june. Opt. Chase of the Dawn states that on the 2-Llh of Juno ukr let icons a res troops embarked on Board the War Steamer Camilla and syce Whidden the following Day proceeded the i incr followed by a until Linn Man of War the destination of the troops was san Nicholas Tho Fiovo Crement was incr Cas no its forces for the expected contest with Unju Isa. All communication with i Rosairo was closed and the american Neil Steamer Lorn there on her last trip was allowed to bring Only a consular mail and no Orleans aug the scam cars Uncle Sain and Golden arc arrived the 20. I he former having in Gold and 700 is sengers. and the markets were Luchanan himself u candidate for humiliation Nijiu All patronage and pow. Or will to Luck to disappoint you gloss and nil other aspirants our Only Chance is to organic by districts and either whip Iho enemy or Send two delegates. If that is done or not done we must still rely on a United South a United South Wilt depend on a unit Cal Virginia and i pc do you that she at least shall ire n unit. Virginian unit and persistent and firm on a sound platform of Protection to All of popular Var Jesus squatter sovereignty she must rally to her support As the South cannot adopt or Douglas platform. It u a Short Cut to All Tho ends of Black Ilc nub i cams. Us then will kick up a cols if he docs or Don the can 1 nominated nil the main argument against nomination is that he can t be elected if nominated if he runs is an. Saadi Dato and Seward runs and i am nominated at Charleston 1 can beat them or if squatter sovereignty 13 of Loo. Platform at Charleston and Douglas is a pain a cd the South will run an candidate on Protection principle and run Tho election into the House where Iff. Naujolis will Ito the lowest candidate on Tho list. If i have the popular strength you sup. Pose it will of itself fix the Jet that and i am confident of Kuc Coes the letter is said to have created a Tro Mendons sensation at Albany. Tho court martial upon Ajo Osbond Croas of Tho it. S. Army and Inte Quarter master at Smi i Francisco who is charged with and the Public Money commenced in this City vaster Day. Juvenile we hear and Sec much of the depravity of youth now a Days that is really alarm eng we fear editors. As a contemporary truly remarks he May be the the the the commercial either department he is the subject of audition abuse trials and triumphs lie have a read pen remarkable versatility of knowledge a Correct judgement and considerable nerve. If you intrude upon you will discover writing rowing Scis Soring. He will talk hut pen does not Stop he spatters the Ink fumbles Over the books he Hunts unions news i pc he grows of Avac in it or he s harried in .1 politicians want to buy needy artists ask favourable Lotice inventors have models to show to thank others desire to shoot . He is addressed upon More. Subjects than it was Ever intended a single find should comprehend Ami while Bis journal is called by some l-tr., there arc those who bluntly pro Louyce it Jim Tirril and Jawor swim Nins upon hoods of excitement battling Olaf Iii arguing friends car skiing Foi a to binding working is the sum Ami subs Amu of an editor s career. At Homi he writes with wife at of Xiv and child on Bis knee in the streets in weaves out those ideas which in a few , will startle the men who now Jostle and crowd in Sanctum lie makes ready , moulded with a pen narc lows Raul than any Ever hurled from love Llu delivers lectures he is a i Liti Cian Liu imms Olliie he is a traveler he ivus a verdict upon Nymn scripts which arc nor in Cious than Tow of their aspiring authors he helps on the of uni he idol stars he Druzina he pleads for be poor be snubs tic lie conciliate in y c co a g cd in. 1 to 1 Ell us to r of r Elul 1 to Ini of t o f Bood a 1 t to r 1 in 1 t f 1 1 Noll c c disco r of cd 1 1 to i t of t Fai it 1 Bon to p roof it d a 11 a to 0 t or j ill e x to c 1 to in Boll of to c Pur Tallal 11 a 1 o b t Mot c in 0 1 n act o a i a r 11 ii f tax to c wiry. Hut who in old not prefer to have her child Inelli Umill 1 o Good coi dict by n desire of pleasing a Alicr than by the fear of Oft Emling. If a Mother never expresses lips gratification when her children do Well and is always censuring Thom when she sees anything amiss they Are discouraged Ami unhappy. Their Daciw Piliotis a come hard Neil Anil soured by this ceaseless fretting Anil at last finding that whether they do Well or ill i Haj Are equally found limit with they Relin Quiamb nil efforts to please and become heedless of reproaches. Let a Mother approve of her child s conduct whenever site can. Let her show that Liis Gool behaviour makes her sincerely let Hor Reward for efforts to by smiles and direction. In tins any Shurill cherish in her child s heart some of the noblest and most desirable feelings ofor nature. She will cultivate in Liim an amiable disposition and cheerful spirit. Your child has Linen through the Day very jilt Saul and obedient. ,1 not before putting to Bleep for the night you take hand and say son you have been very of tool to Wilny. It very Happy to see Yon of kind and Oli client. Ood loves children who Are Dutiful to their parents and lie promises to make them this approbation from Mother is to n great Reward. Ami when with a More than Ordinary Alfe it Iii Nile tone you say. Night dear he leaves the room with ins Little heart full of Fullins Ami when be doses he eyes for sleep lie is Happy and be solves that he will always iry to do duty. The Mother

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