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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - August 17, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana Peter f. Row Ulisher Ano a boy in to. In Mut a a is Jpn h. Scriven agent �ut�,?eiv� Sivri pts Ujj and advert Tor the fort a i Yafai it up Felcan at our published rate i in ii is. It stated Iii some of our exp a i Taftt a sunday school sex cure to to Lafi Jette by ital it and from towns on the ii ? the l6th on w a of tit to lie la of the a Flora of Elkhart in this state who in our judgement has secured for himself Onither hit to my i viable notoriety in such a Quot to Sitiar. This a i gentleman goes a bout. The a entry to Ting up what he Calls sunday school excursions and to All of Iowa a per nth is a very disinter used and bin Jie Lent individual while it is believed a that fall he does in that Way has Rio higher a Quot character than to make Mon a for himsc1� a cd pts rating i of sunday school excursions secures his purpose and covers his designs. His plan is to contract with the rail k and company tip furnish cars and take passengers on a certain Day for Hill at an a Quot agreed Tate. This arranged he then fixes Che charge per pm at a higher rate = and his tickets being the Only ones Good on the train on that Day secures his Selling All a that were used. The difference Between what lie pays and what he gets is his profit and we d i not doubt that he has made Largo sums of a a a hey from this trick. It will be re Nav be ibid that he managed the excursion to Toledo last Spring from three rail Road lines on the same Day and made no suitable provision for entertaining the ten thousand people he gathered together on that Day. He also managed several last year on the a a so a them Michigan roads and lately another from grand rapids to Detroit and besides the one announced for the 16th inst. On the Wabash Road we see it stated in the Goshen times that that place is to be made the reception Point for another of his S. Excursions on the 25th inst. We object to or. Alfords excursions being called sunday school excursions for there is nothing about then entitling them to Beso considered we object to his using the name of S. Excursion to attract people off on such expeditions when the main object appears to be to make Money for himself we object to his coming in the garb and title of a Lei Gyman to. Secure the Confidence of the people for Money making purposes As they appear Tous it is an exhibition of Groos hypocrisy which should be exposed we respect Lilly suggest that when a Community want to get up an excursion they can themselves contract with the 11. R. Co. For tickets As Low As or. Alford can and save to themselves the difference Between what to pays and what begets a a the Tippecanoe Larder. The Lafayette journal of the 9th contains the particulars of the murder of a Man by the name of Stewart in that county we have referred to it we Leam fim this account that a Man by the name of Polk living in the country a had been to Lafayette during the Day on which the fatal occurrence took place with his wife and son in a Market Wagon and had made some purchases and among other things had bought a Jug of whiskey which he drank of freely on the Road Goin Home. When he arrived at his House and bet re he got out of the Wagon a neighbor by the name of William Stewart Rode up on horseback with whom he had some Friendly conversation and who drank with him but like All Dinken men they soon had angry words when Stewart threatened to kill Polk and dared him out of his Wagon whereupon Polk who it steins had a pistol with him shot Stewart twice from the effects of which he died in a few minutes. Polk s own son relates the circumstances As published in the journal. This is another sad evidence of the evil effects of when will the curse be gotten rid of Republican Victory in Oregon. The St. Louis Democrat of the 8th learns by the Overland mail that the republicans have married the election in Oregon. It publishes the following letter. San Frau Cisco july 15,1859. The greatest piece of political news which Hiis Iii the coast for Many months leaves itto Day no less than the election of a re publican member of Congress from demo i Atic Oregon. The returns a not All in the letter about which so much has teen said the past few Days. Wrote it Heays in Confidence to Mir. B. Connelly no. 3 William St. N. Y. Who has since written him an Vej Lana Jon of How cup a Quot Macley we says Hie handed itto the editor of the Albany Argus to look at and Quot show to Dean to Edmond Vitu the do a lint Hding that Quot it was hot to be made Public Dut they have betrayed him and arc responsible for its publication the for to presidency have improved by it a a Orit narrow . The i Igi Petife courier of the 9th inst., rely Tes the a connected with a narrow a Scafi of a lady and two children from drowning in the River hear that place. It appears from the account Given that the lady arid children were in Adose Hack we in attempting to Ford the River the Hack upset in deep water and that with much difficulty the Mother to herself. And child Dren out of the Hack but that done they at once be operated and floated off by the a us re it have in drowned but for the Tinis by assistance from persons who witnessed their dangerous position from the Shore and came to their Rescue. A a a it a 0�5"we Are in receipt of a copy of the Difert views of the 29th of june. It contains but Little of interest we learn however that the wheat crop of the Salt Lake Tal Fey was not promising owing to the severe frosts of last Winter and the sad havoc made in it by the insects. Trains bound for California were forbidden to enter the City until they had undergone an examination to ascertain whether sickness prevailed among them or not. Brigham Young preached a funeral Sermon on the 12th., of june on the death of his sister finny we find it published at length in the news. A a to the Constitution adopted by the Kansas constitutional convention recently held at Wyandot has been publish Cal. It contains the main features of the constitutions of the Northern states. Slavery is forever excluded. The House of representatives is to Cut insist of 75 members and the Senate of 25. The number after the first election to be regulated by Law but never to exceed 100. Members for the House and 33 for the Senate. The democratic members refused to sign the Constitution but that will not Avail. The instrument considered a Good one and will most Likely be approved by a vote of the people. A mandamus. A mandamus has been issued from common pleas court of Marion county against Lieut. Gov. A Minond to appear and ans wer Why he As acting governor in the absence of gov. Willard does not approve or disprove of the report of the Penitentiary commissioners. An answer to this will show the cause of the delay and probably Settle the question As to whether the com missioners will go on to build the Penitentiary where now located or be compelled to make another selection. Mateffy Duiel Hoil a. Iraq Albun have hem if Reefy mentioned Ong Republican news pay lately m candidates for nomination Ortte in worm fir a Pouw with loin of port charges i the ban Ltd Agricola and the credit cd Suegav Wel i if and a a it. To 4�s Dunham Ihu a resent democratic of state Anda a Endisc Ksn of Bce Iii Kvashin on. The latter Are la Osif stumping the to ure the i Minati Oiw g. My a for Ai Long time it editor and Pimp Rio to a of tto Stenlis a Pulican has recently old out that Esco a Lis hmm a to he win i so Cir Jvn Possession of it to a no Hack a Ndu in or. My the re publican had by he a a sprinted Quot and a Aith Republican paper. We Hope its Chi in ctr in this particular Inay be maintained in the future or. My will be missed from this part it of the state should he leave we Hope however to hear that he has settled Down again in editorial life in some other part of this congressional District. Not at All complimentary to the new Yoak . Raymond writing from Lombardy \ pay a s the following compliment to some of his Quot i do not believe that a a in Al re a a a ii any or body of. New York volunteers Ever went out for. A sing a Day. On a target excursion with omit More Rowdy ism than the whole French a ii has shown during the whole of the italian Cam in in the Elkhart county Republic aids had a Large convention at Goshen last saturday and nominated or. Eight a. Hellas. For auditor Milo Has Ami of clerk and m. E. Cole for recorder Jar. Ellis has been auditor of Elkhart county previously and was a Ler tards promoted to the state auditor ship filling both positions wit i rare ability and messes. Hascall and Cole will fill the offices for which they Are nominated with credit both to themselves a Iid the county. South Bend Register. Doi m Mil use Exchange had improve ed., freights were nominal Cit York a St 12. The Quaker City Ibi no Tot Heith. ,.&Quot Mexico 1st, mail at How Vana had 2jmillian do Tiaiso in a a a Cie for England Al amp a. of a qui not i of interest. / it i Purser it is no demand for t reals offered no. 12, and Sti a 250,000. Special disc aches to the Republican contains dates from Denver City to the 3d inst. A. Convention of 166 delegates was in session for the purpose of taking the Steps necessary to form the country adjacent to the mines into a territory to be called Jefferson with the intent Iori of applying the next session of Congress for recognition and a territorial Goyer Ament. The mail with dates to the 2oth ult., arrived at Independence. Another treaty has been concluded with the Navajo i heavy Rains have fallen Quot throughout new Mexico. A Large number of indians were seen on the Plains but they were All Friendl. The troops at Pawnee Fork were All Well. The mail party met a company of troops on the Arkansas River in route for new Mexico. New oblians augusti2.-r-Returiis from Shacty eight counties in Texas give Houston 4,400 my. Hamilton and Reagan ahead for Congress. The Marshall co. Democrat has changed hands the messes d. Amp p. Mcdonald retiring and or we. J. Burns taking control. The valedictory of the former and the Salut Atory of the latter appear in the last number of that paper. We referred some Days ago to this change As then Likely soon to take place. Or. Burns is abundantly capable of making a readable newspaper and we believe the Democrat will be such under his supervision. The Campaign in Ohio Republican meetings. The Hon. Charles Case of this City the Hon. Columbus Delano and the Hon. J. M Reed of Ohio Are expected to speak at Toledo on the 23d inst. And at Perry Burgh of the 24th. Messes. Case and Reed will speak at Bryan on the 25th Defiance on the 26th, and at Napoleon on the 27th inst. So the Campaigne seems to be opening in the Northwestern part of Ohio in Good Earnest. A Cross and Curry counties to hear f we have since. Received by an arrival this Laming the vote of the last two counties 70 majority for Logan which leaves a majority of 26 for the Republican candidate but whether he gets the certificate or not he is entitled to the seat an Volt probably obtain it. There was the tto a Al Aino unt of fraud in the Strong democratic counties and it is capable of proof t it in a ave Rel precincts the voting was Al Loi tier informal and Ille. By a ssh red this is a great Triumph in Quot deed the first Republican Victory on the of Pacific. It Wasa Desmith struggle with the. Peoaopcry., to Lano and delusion Smith la h stumped the the calling on the Yasses to Sappy the regi Ilar nominee but it Lou Len to Down. A and Smith said r that every vote against their candidate was a vote against them and relying on their Peignat influence to carry Stout through worked night and Day to secure his election. The a Cople have spoken out i inst Quot to. Is redeemed. A i a sch Ochako Richmond enquirer a Jim wis Soi a Calls a recent article of he come tuition or. Buchanan s a i Gan Quot he list in of a decaf feed slavers listing out in Massachusetts. A special dispatch from Boston to the new York times says there Are at this time two vessels out at Salem in this state for the slave Trade on the coast of Africa i he principals in the affair Are a in new York and the pecuniary equipment of the vessels has just been forwarded in the form of $20,000 in hard specie. If the government wishes to Stop this ii famous Trade it must look North As Well As South and to these Small new England ports As Well As to new York and new Orleans. There Grill be no difficulty in identifying the Craft of Salem and this is not the first instance in the last the months. 600 africans Hided on Florida. The. Coast of wonder if the Mew Hete referred to is i Ilia i Quot Mui Ifni mild Conciliar tide article Quot in my but he ruin s not Beingacim-1890, which lie Flady m of a of which Jsse pm a Bir i a be to of we a in by Telegraph to Day that u. S. Marshall Blackbu Rii made a statement at Washington on the 8tfa, that a cargo of 600 africans had been landed on the coast of Florida near Tyona and that As soon As the Landing was effected the Voel was. Fired and abandoned. Death of or. Sterling�?50a Reward. There seems to be a detering nation on the part of the Public authorities As Well As the citizens of Cleveland to omit no Effort to Trace out the murderers of or. Sterling in addition to the Reward of $2,000 offered by the City the sheriff offers one of $1,000 and or. W. J. Warner an other of $500 making in All $3,500. It is to be hoped this Liberal sum will be suffix Cut to Lead to the establishment of the truth in the Case Blade. 07&Quot at the present time we learn that Adams express employs 3, 782 men that it has 972 agencies and Tiit its messengers traverse daily 40,152 Miles on railroads and steamers a distance equal to once round the Globe and two thirds around it a second time. In y Post. Nashville August 8.�?thirty counties More than Hal the state have been heard from Netherland gains 1,600, indicating a democratic Niaj. Of 8,000 the opposition elect congressmen in the 1st and 9th districts the Senate will have one and probably three democratic maj. The House 3 and probably 5 democratic majority. New Orleans August 11,-r-Campcachy dates to the 8th inst have arrived. The War of races i Yucatan continues unabated. The indians hold Ihmud and Peto and arc threatening general depredation. Louisy Iele August 11.�?the Steamer Larimor bound from St. Louis Ito Cincinnati sunk last night on the Flats 20 Miles above Here. Her guards Are under water. The boat will be raised. No lives lost. Fire in Cincinnati. Cinci Itati aug. 11�?at 1 o clock this morn my a fire broke out in the wholesale liquor establishment of S. By la amp co., which was entirely destroyed loss about one Hundred thousand dollars insured fifty thousand. Fire extended to warehouse of N. Pike wholesale liquor dealer partially destroyed loss thirty thousand insured for ten thousand also Crane amp Reed manufactures of Metalic burial cases loss about forty thousand. St. Johns August 12.�?the Steamer City of Baltimore bound for new York has been intercepted off Cape race by the news yacht of the. Associated press and 5 Days later advices from Liverpool Liverpool and London dates arc to the 2d inst., i y mail and to thursday eve the 4th inst., by Telegraph to Queenstown. The Royal mail S. Asia arrived at Liverpool on the 31st ult. The Steamer hungarian on the 1st inst. The Steamer Adelaide at Cork on the 2d, and Petra at Liverpool on the 3d. The following Brief summary of news comprises the More important events of the week. There had been no further developments As to the peace conference. The Continental news is of a pm wifi character. France was preparing for a general disarmament the bourse closed on wednesday at 69f45c. The French Rhine army had been dissolved. A new Indian loan of 5,000,000 pounds Sterling has been announced. The american minister at Rome had obtained 400 As a compensation for the loss sustained by or. Perkins of companies during the sacking of Perugia by the Swiss troops. Received is the details of not ters to Quot american shipping. The ship glance from new York boat to Breman Jjck re on the a both a Lye and was no is Hob near Bremen Hae the shift Al the latest news irom the Tenn use ele Cri Tion is that the Demcy live canned the state by about i majority. Imposition members of Cong ass elected in the is and .9th districts. Both branches of the Legier lature will be democratic by Small Majori ties. Kek tuck vote of Kentucky for governor in eighty i unties officially reporte Standis As follows. Magoffin Democrat .63,497disposition. .59,114 Magoffin s majority. 3,383 or judge Fitch of Toledo in re no muted by the be Public Ltd amp cd fec4ie position on the Bench he has Hel in that Day Fie in the gentle Nan a it whom their lao dealer of Toledo have been cd to tip lib to a a i re nomination is an end a Semi it of his Cou Thiu new York Atlantic Telegraph co., have decided to make the con. Doctors of the next Cable consist of six wires twisted about six times the size of the old Cable. There will be no outside covering of Iron wire except a few Hundred Miles on each end. The new Cable is to be Laid Down guaranteed in All respects and expected to be in order for business Early next summer. Cyrus w. Fields Esq occupies two columns of some of the new York evening papers with a statement of the affairs of the we understand the american Quot Public Quot will have an Opportunity to subscribe to the new Stock which is guaranteed by the British gov. I he evening Post has Good reason to say that the Exchange of the steamers Cortez and Uncle and the Steamer Adriatic is no. Com Tina 6f the present negotiations Between Yim Derydt Zeind the Pacific mails 8. Go., which however promises to result in the discontinuance of the present Competition. Steamer Arabia s mails arrived he re this evening fat goo 29th ult. Ten Brockes Ameris an Hoie. Stark Wii the Bostwick memorial stakes pea thousand sovereigns Prioress Cine in thirds fifteen horses running. Or Ren Brock is said to have won �21,000 on Ith Goodwood stakes j Lis col a Umpire ii Ompton won the Nursery stakes also on Friday. W ii aug it Del a its repro seating the rail Road in South a pc St i or. Middle route Between Wash Tigon and new of fawns comi no the Iris a today their great a business in reference to transporting Ioc the or see tic Jonau few it my Ort land me. To n. Leans andr to a. Upon joint bid for a of Romance of the service As in Orange amp ale Mpr r. Brigand the remaining puff to of Tibe missis Ipin Central b. first iiai7�?zat which ,the,aeztt00ntractis to a be feb ctr est in Malid nil Yvo Ini i to Ystad. To liar i Makol a Nirona foam Njo and f a cold a to Tbs a 0., August 12�?this morning skies sri. Peck Carpenter and Fairchilds of Oberlin who were Here attending the anti slavery convention were served with a notice of a suit instituted against them by j. X. Lowe a a. A Deputy Marshall for false imprisonment amp c. Damages Laid at 20,000 Dollar the Manchester advices continue favourable. The markets being quiet but firm liver a 00l bread stuffs generally closed Dull and the quotations,.were barely messes. R. And Report favourable Harvest prospects. Flour very Dull and offered freely at 10s@12.s 3d. Wheat Dull Western red 7s 6d@9s 3d do White 9s@9s 6d. Corn quiet 5s 9d@6s 3d mixed and Liverpool provisions dosed with a declining tendency. Lion Don Money my t. August 3d.�?consols closed this evening at 94%@95 american securities Are steady Money mkt is slightly More stringent. The latest by Telegraph to Queenstown and Liverpool thursday noon bread stuffs were very due As Are also provisions other articles unchanged. New York aug. 13. Lieut. Stanford of n. C. Attached to Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane died to Day. N. Y. Pest says understood upon certain conditions being duly considered by person Al friends. Sickles will voluntarily surrender claims represent third congressional District plan is to head special election contracting parties agreeing nominate anti Lecompton Democrat. Ocean Queen took 175 passengers and 1,400,000 specie. Farther Point below Quebec a. 13. The Steamer North America has passed this Point on her Way to Quebec. She left Liverpool an wednesday the 3d inst. And her advices Are the same a furnished by the Steamer City of Baltimore intercepted off Cape race by the news yacht of the associated press. Great the House of lords on the 1st, the Earl of Granville said it was As yet impossible to fix the Day beyond which important measures would not be read a second time. Lord Elgin said in reply to an inquiry that to had impressed upon the chinese government while negotiating the treaty of Shanghai the importance of sanctioning the introduction of British sate but had failed though he believed a different result might be arrived at if the chinese authorities could be convinced that their Revenue would not suffer from the change. In the House of commons the income tax Bill was ordered to a third read ing. A St. Louis August 12.�?the Steamer Kate Howard with a valuable cargo and 150 passengers Quot sunk on the Missouri River to Day below Jefferson City. The boat and cargo Are almost a total loss. No lives lost. St. Johns n. F aug. 13. The compensation obtained by the american minister at Rome for or. Parker was 400 Scudi not pounds which is equal to about $2,000. A fire at Lawrence. Yesterday Afi Bemoon destroyed the United states hotel the Central congregational Church the new court House and two or three Small wooden buildings. At the same time a fire broke out in the unitarian Church some distance for Iii the hotel which was partially consumed the amp Liing Walls of the hotel killed three men a Stanley a Printer Henry pm aug it Pioneer and Leighton a Wool meter a in the employ of the Washington Mills. The total loss by the fire is estimated at $150,r �oop., advices fro Iofi Radoe cof it 30th ult. Via. Halifax state that. an exr Tensive sugar planter a had lost j a his sugar Victory it machinery amp a .os8 two Hundred no insurance., r. Late advice,q7 new. Brunswick report the serious effects of the potato rot through. Out the pro Sii great activity is manifested both in new Brunswick and Nova sf9otifh in the Irma Tom of Tolett steer Rifle new . I the Steiner a Tylef Mac Wie is lied i foil Liverpool a Jui file to a a Wall pm loft Oij off f a a a i up my we by Erin qty a Villi u Lig sir col. Wood made a financial statement in act to Jovern Niento of India. He estimated the sex he edit urls of the War at four Hundred thousand pounds whilst the estimated Revenue was Only 35,80doc a funds leaving a deficiency of 10,200,0 x pounds Sterlin in addition to there Are two Nii Lions to Ike by England towards the Chi cedi turns of India making t he total Dpi Cliency 12,200,000 ?, this Luis already been partially i Ovid cd it it a but there arc 5,000, x 0 pounds still needed and to proposed to raise this Day a further loan. Me thought there was no Likely Hood of any Ginipro Vincnt in the financial affairs of India for 2 or 3 years to come no great re it Luc Tion could be made in the expenditures while the Revenue could Only be slightly increased by an additional tax on s ills i Cenes amp a. Or. Bright advocated a decent reduction in the civil service salaries As the most efficient Way of bringing about an improvement. A Resolution was adopted in favor of an addition 5,000,000 Pound Law. On the second in the House commons or. Moa ton Milner moved an address to her majesty praying her to enter into negotiations with the u. S. For the purpose of preventing assaults and cruelties upon seamen engaged in the traffic Between the two countries of bringing to Justice the perpetrators of Stich offences. The attorney general said the govern ment had directed its attention to the Subr Jet he would never assent to giving the jurisdiction to foreign consuls. The Only method would be either to facilitate the extraordinary tribunals or to Deal with the. Matter in the same manner As with Seamans contracts. The motion was agreed to. Sex president Pierce had passed through Liverpool in route for the Lake District. He was expect to sail of Quot n. Y. Itt about a fortnight. The Earl of Minto amp ther in Law Oil lord John Russell is dead. Lajonchere he i been created a peer some serious strikes were occurring in lion Don. The carpenters were demand no a reduction in their hours of lab a. And the employees of Gas companies were demanding increased wages and for some time London was in danger of being left in total darkness. A a a Quot a Acter. Gix Diakiv the National Zeiting Silies in i in the my a be that the ship Vancouver irom by has been totally Wren ked or Shanghai Washingtont aug. The Interior dept has received despatch a from the of the states the Bot Londery Spirvey a trip in made a Piip. The in tits Bastl Whipple a Trail Wai . Much has been amed to the geographical knowledge of a Region heretofore Quot but Little know. Such information has been received the Indian bureaus leads to the belief that the indians at the Brazos Agency have been Reni oved beyond the limits of Texas. The Southern r r convention Reso veil to run a double daily Between n. Y. And n Orleans. Quot or a i. ,urlrlrljjll.�nl��-, avel Sboro aug., 13. The state containing Over five Hundred boys was destroyed by fire this morning with the exception of one whig. There were no lives lost. , aug. 13. The Southern railway convention adjourned to Day. The proposition for an arrangement of the freight he dirges was withdrawn. A committee was appointed to correspond with Railroad companies Between Portland and Washington with the View of bidding in connection with themselves for the conveyance of the great mail from Portland to new Orleans., to Lay Down i too argement hut s i show to Europe to amp try Victor Emanuel they Are ready again to i conf font the Vicissitudes of War in whatever form they May present themselves. Train july the dictator of to a by a tiie pin a fear a fire a broke out in the Toiven Klosterme containing a bout 150 Hottie a Ana Isoo inhabit ints Quot few of whom Isavi a their go it Jar hous. Prince Ira plan the Paris up Jim Aikins the report about Prince a ipod an being charged with the mini onto Vienas the London Garibaldi has sent a circular free states of Italy declaring in army to be ready at any moment to continue the italic ii Weir of Lri dependence. The papal states a the times from Rome says there is great dissatisfaction Here. I have no hesitancy in saying that tie French soldiers alone keep Down a Heral outbreak. The. Jesuits have been drive out of Walenga Testi and Tamara. The Bolonga Gay sett publishes a declaration that the provinces of Romagne have shaken off the papal Yoke never of return again and that their wish is to be annexed to Sardina. New York 14. The Richmond Grays of Richmond Vit Nia arrived last evening and were escorted to the Brandreth House by a division of tihe.7th regiment to Day they attended St Johns. Church in company with two detachments of the eth regiment. To Monrow they will visit the various Public institutions and tuesday will be received in the City Park by the mayor. The company has received much Praise for their genteel Manly and Soldier like conduct. 9iirb� entitled to vote Vaills Perfec c order pre 5hew a prof aug 14. The steamship Yander Lnu. From South Ampton on the 3rd inst. Aved Here last j a Queen and the boy to Ali family sailed., Squadron review at Spithead on saturday julyf30tfa Boyd of Alt a Wese fired and the a Tsuan a Ron nine i in , Itje Specer j of Loial Effot Xonia ,wa8ungtott. 4tht, Ndon Herald has the <buo,wing.�?� it r of e Ham reason to believe that or. It Dai a Tab Ida Edin to by Nadao Milord John a Dea patois a Rioin we air glob a whitish it is titrated Tau the unit states v�mtii6nv>ha�>yd861vea. Tid it Guidon Honi ii Muo amp of Ito Iii new York 15. Who Herald denies the statement of a London paper to the effect that the u. S. Government has resolved to abandon Privateering. The Herald says no administration in this country would seriously entertain still less make a declaration of such an intention. Its privateers Are our militia of the s., and they will never abolish them european nations abandon their navies. St. Louis 14. The Steamer spread Eagle with 75 u. S. Soldiers from fort Randall arrived at St. Joseph Friday evening from a Point 850 Miles shove the Mouth of yellow Stone reports a sanguinary Battle Between the Sioux and aur Akaras on the 22nd of july which resulted in the loss of 28 of the former and 16 of the latter. Another Battle is anticipated to result in the extinction of the weaker party. The spread Eagle went 558 Miles higher up the Missouri than any boat before. Cincinnati 11. Three games of billiards 250 Points each were played on saturday night Between Michael Phelan of new York Phillip Tieman of Cincinnati and Bird of Philadelphia. First game tie Man and Bird won by Tieman and Bird securing 180. Second Tiernan and Phelan won by Tieman arid Phelan securing 138. Third Phelan and Bird won by Pixel an and Bird securing 186. No stakes tip. The report of amendments or the sort ice court Bill was brought up and after some discussion the Rem it adopted and the Bill read a to Laird Timo and passed. Lord Stanley called tie attention of the government to the of Salt into China stating that the Supply of Salt to a population of 300,000,000, had hitherto been a monopoly in the of the chinese. He concluded by a asking Liat step is had been taken to introduce it. Elgin could not answer the question As the correspondence had not Leei made Public. Nothing important took place in the House of commons on the 1st. Inst. In the evening a Resolution enabling the government to raise the United kingdom for the gov t of the indies 500,000 pounds Sterling to meet the demands of the present year was agreed and ordered to be reported. The amount of the debt of India to the 1st. Of May 1858, is estimated at the us of 60,-604,084 pounds of which 53,165,605 pounds was registered debt the rest floating. France and the Tunis correspondent say the count de Perigny Lead left Paris on his return to London. The minister of War had addressed an order to All the colonels of regiments to Send Home All soldiers whose absence had been re alled after the declaration of War against Austri and likewise All those who Are entitled by their service to. Leave of absence for six months so that they May by at the disposal of the Farmers who May require them for getting in the Harvest. No change is to be noticed in the com Merciai situation of France. The accounts Fri ii the agricultural districts Are not us amp Morable. The wheat crop has not injury. Tie Barly crop was not expected to be productive but the Stock on hand is immense and the crop of Oats will a Bably to More productive than was Quot Ixo cd. To Days since. The Harvest altogether will exceed that of a Good Ordini by a ova re ply a for Eigo to in i in pcs to from Vienna states that. A count Colloredo the austrian ambassador to Bome was expected at Vienna whence he proceed to zurich., the Vienna can of the London times says Al Thonig count col Toredo had an a Dir be emperor on the 28th of july and Jin closeted it with the minister off re a re he i not Likely to leave Fer Zurich until thebe i dining of Thov coming wed i the same Corr a kind it say vory Leaf intern aug. 1st.�?the King has , the count revisit As. Special envoy of Napoleon for the Huipo of bringing about a restoration of to Giand of Tuscany Modena and India rebel lion. The dates Are to july 17. The disaffection among the late company of a rope on troops is Iii Crew fling. At bar Hampton. They Are. In open Mutiny arid have Iri trenched themselves in Barr is and elected officers to comr and Fri silvers have followed the example of the Bayal Register. Totedo Wabash and Western Railroad. Golfi West. Arrives leave mail express at3.13 3 -25 a. N. Express. »,35343 p. Going test mail express.11,55 a. M13,03r k. Sex Iress. 5 00a trains arrive and depart every Day. Pittsburgh fort Wayne amp Chicago r. R Novino . Going West. A. Do to. A. Dpt. Express passenger. .103. .107 a. 13q. A i is p. V. ¥1. Imail115.130p.m.�235.330 a. Carn Puis Tibig and All other kinds of Job printing neatly cheaply and expeditiously done sit the rep Alifean Job printing office leave your orders where you can get neat work done by a competent and experienced Workman. To font any Jems 0 5 the most singular trick which has Ever come to our knowledge and one occurring in the news paper business lately occurred at this City in which the Republican tried Quot to steal the Thunder Quot of the times thus the Carrier of the Republican solicited two men in this City to take the daily times who after hesitating consented one to be delivered to the subscriber in the City and the other to be mailed to the address of another in Ohio. _ the times was not deliver a to the resident subscriber but the Republican , which soon led to a sense of the deception Whereon the Carrier was paid off and the paper discontinued. The mailed paper was Aiea promptly paid for to the Carrier so far As it had gone and ordered also discontinued by in a few Days or. Bailey sends his Bill to the latter for a half years subscription and demanded payment. Whether he collected it we do not know. It cannot be be that our neighbor would counsel Surh a course nor tolerate it knowingly nor do we accuse him of it though he May have done so but it shows that his Carrier has a Good idea of the popularity of the times and True to his employer has just thought it would it be a wrong thing to help m r. Bailey if be could without injuring the times a forgetting we suppose that the subscribers were riddled thereby. We merely give Cirann Quot troves As they were pm the of Maiti. It Ali of the sons of Malta was or Gani Sedin this City last evening the Sylv aided by a number of gentlemen from to Ledo among whom we understand was can. Stedman. also by had a Parade after Midnight some Ottum not re to tit to their Lodgin Tii in Fathree it clocking the Bonang. We Are assured Tau the object i senior one of pure and Menlai Benevolence but we do not Norr Hayer we been Aue to get any sex ply a i it in . Midnight parades that we hear of them having in various places about the country. What particular connection or incentive to Benevo la nce there is in them Wehs to not Learned we suppose they Are Al in per but we confess that to us they have a curious look about them. We can t help a but ask Why not Parade in Day time but As Long As we Are among the uninitiated we must we suppose remain in ignorance. X a in dih Book notice. Hope Marshall or government and its offices is the title of a work by mrs n. P. Lasselle published by h. Los Lle 492 pen Sylvania Avenue Washington. In this Book excellent pictures Are drawn of the Way Quot things Are done in Washington Quot in obtaining office getting claims against the government allowed How business is done at the departments &c., amp a. It gives a Good insight into things about which but Little is known outside of those who have had experience. The Book is for Sale in this City. Or. Edward Stapleford will sell at his auction room to Morrow at 10 o clock a. And 2 and 7 o clock p. M., a Large and Well selected Stock of Glass China and crockery Ware made up in sets for table use. Not less than fifty sets will be offered for Sale of All qualities. Young housekeepers and others who May want to replenish their Stock of table Ware should attend their sales where they can make purchases at less rates than remember and attend the Sale to Morrow. Dug. A met w a nil fir t we find that we were in error in reporting As we did the other Hajj to a judgment had been obtained in our pleas court against S. Morss a former sheriff of this county and John Spencer. And c. E. Sturgis As his securities for it was a verdict Only As it ought then to have been stated. We learn that subsequently a motion was made to set it aside. Which is now Uoder advisement of the court. We Are in receipt of copies of the or on Argus of the 2oth of j Une and 2d of july. The latter mentioned gives the return of several counties and claims the election of Logan but other counties were to be heard from and the news is not As late As what has already reached the pub lie through other channels. There is no doubt we believe now that David Logan the Republican candidate for Congress has. Been elected and Liat Oregon is to be re re Latch to us Quot that s All Quot a and or. Bailey j presented in the next Congress by a re pub. Neil not explain it for we have Only Sta-1 lican. Ted what we Lioard which if True is Only a Yankee trick of i june times uth inst. He in butt the Nuh Osfie a a air sub siding ithe a soil Fiche Empe. Rte a rth Piir nah to a a eth count tic above us an Opportunity of exposing Al it out As mean a trick As was Ever practice cd in a Small Way upon a newspaper office. The i its Are As follows a sometime time in april last we had employed a Young Man for a few Days soliciting subscriptions for our daily paper and while so eng i cd he obtained from or. Philip Grund of this place a a Hority to Send by mail one copy to a. Faber and another to j. Handler both of Linc Rva. Stark county Ohio. The papiers were sent As directed but soon after stopped the reason for Wlinich we do not re Munior if indeed we Ever knew but just about one month afterwards we had another Young Man out soliciting and he obtained from or. Grund a renewal of authority to Send two copies to Ohio to the same address As before. The papers have been sent accordingly Ever since a up to within a few Days past. Or. Grund has been called on for pay several times during this period and has made excuses of various kinds for not paying until lately when being or Jed he openly refuses and assigns As his reason that he never ordered the Republican sent at All. At any time that in the first instance he thought it was the times but in the last instance he never ordered it at All. Very Well we have abundant proof that he did order the Republican both times and we intend he shall pay for it As Long As it has been sent. A we shall Send a copy of this to his friends in Ohio that they May see the name in print of the Friend who has favored them for so Long a time with the Republican and that he now refuses to pay for it we thank or. Grund for the Opportunity he has presented us of exposing him publicly. We should never have thought of doing so but for the fact that he has sought it by going to the to amp new Gice to communicate his cunning trick practice on the Republican. If there Are any others who feel loaded Down with something to Tell about the Republican we advise them to go to the times office with it we like it on our part. Pittsburgh fort Wayne amp Chicago it. R co. The following is a statement of the earnings of the Pittsburgh fort Wayne amp Chi Imago rail Road for july compared with the same month last year. I -5 a. 185 it. Inor Eaise. . From Fiji hts iv-<7l3 .>133,70 11,33 j,97 Quot Ras . 51�,-- 31, 51,1x5 8, 5, i9 mails 3,�11,71 Quot . A 5,0i 635,i7 510,27 Stiitt it need to the Joseph Yoter was tried at a special session of the common pleas court of this county held Day for stealing a Saddle from Peter Dekay on the night of the 22d of last month. The jury found him guilty and sentenced him to 2 years in the Penitentiary. The Case in which the same Man was accused of horse stealing from j Bil Verdack of new Haven was noted. Daily firemen s Parade. The firemen of this place had a Parade this afternoon through the various streets of the City preceded by trips band. The Independent alerts with their Hook amp ladder truck the wide awakes with their engine and Hose cart. The Mechanic s engine no. 2. With a Hose cart were All in procession. The machines were handsomely decorated and the men made a Fine appearance. The music was Good. Donely 10 0 the Dayton Gazette says a Man appeared at the counter of one of the Banks in that City the other Day who had the dress and appearance of a beggar yet he had on his person $25,000 in Gold and paper Money some of which he was getting changed. The officers of the Bank represented him to be a sort of travelling broker whom they had seen before. A the court House plan. For the co. Commissioners after having met a number of time at lamp St adopt but Only con it Dit of Eully As we in a plan for a court House. It is one of two plans famished last month by Edwin May of Indianapolis with some alterations made now at the suggestion Mamik it in to Vea cd enter Tower to be constructed Quot of Iron to terminate in a dome the height to be feet Alyc the ground Wihib 30 i i of the Topy jigs to be Ptah a Cima with four 50 feet below the top it Stid Tiia Tilby to i l Iliof a lust idiot will be it constr cited i a Tai and walk v Torind the to or to serve As k look out the Urt re pm Willie 130 ,4�et High. Tothy a of laces redid not take the dimensions a they seem Cap Abs oils in Otth Fot the Puii so Iii tended a he Cohs of Sej i clerk Treaster a Tor be Power a by Riff com mind Oil a s x3ourt and jury rooms. Tha h in by 128 x lot in act a in that 465,000 he in Kincs Phi Oil. Bocci Yeiji Dawson of the times of the place in his daily yesterday makes an Effort to sneer at or. Ellis Milo Hascall and de. Wood who have been nominated for county offices by the republicans of end part co. Poor follow How hard the Resolution of the Eek Ballville Contention which expelled him sets upon him. Daily 13. St Nat of a boy Iara Iid to a of ii Ilbe a a i in Small l heaving. We Learnt to while Rev. Or. Curtis and a a in were a it from their dwelling last sunday attending Church some one ended their Garden and dug up and cd med Oft Atout a Bushel of a Haft was a mean their that would steal fro a clergy menu. W a a re Call attend Tina a gain to the Sale of dry goods at action by Edward these Isales oof Tine from Day to Damp a at 9 a. And 2 amd7 Dock f. These goods to Roll to lose. Out a partnership concent and lacing off at a re Small portion of i Eoin. We Are plea sed to a Eshk to hmm or. Penis Toni Abr Numy a a a a a Tribik ,. But who the move a Totle a stal��oan9.�ork so Ine three it cd a in a a Imp a to Lier friends la a Feve i Dent a fhe u in a Iju aka. I Quot in a i y a a Nyiri a to in Mimi is o it if a to no Mai it in my Iima a

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