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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - July 13, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana M in pm a a a Idi i. m Yaj it dim Slyk in a re a 1,"u 1 a a a a a fort Vayne India a a we do esd a morning july 13, 1859. To k let in Aaan or xxx fort Wayne Republican. Peter p. Bali if .333ditoivpu.blisbler and. I>r6imrietor.a strip. Evev Bones Dat morning on Calhoun St. Opposite the a bliq9qaae terms a per year in Advance. A t. Rates of advertising 12iiac3orleas,onems<irtion$l,00 Aoh baroque of .50 so Ine Otte year. 1 .10,00 Ai monthfl7,00 three months.5,00 one Quot column one year.80,00 Quot fllkmonths.50,00 m three months35,00 of taif Coiman one year50,00 a a a a months30,00 Quot three months. A .20,00 one fourth column one year30,00 a six months.20,00 1�. A a three months15,00 a nooning candidates for office,.2,00 for double column Advt a Price and a half a All kinds of Job printing done treasonable Viratos and executed with neatness and dispatch. It is stated by some papers that i Apo icon object in espousing the cause of Italy is to free himself from the assassinations with which he has been embarrassed. A a Ole ii had a secret interview with Orsini Foft a the condemnation of the latter and the emperor was assured of the absolute cer Tinty of his death As a penalty for violated oaths and that he assured Orsini of his intention to devote himself to the work of restoring Italy to Independence. That there was some understanding Between Napoleon and Orsini whether brought about by a personal interview or not is apparent. The italians it is said do not doubt Napoleon Bow for they know that he has a powerful Jno Tive for keeping his Faith with when he has driven the austrians out of Italy he expects a revocation of the sentence of death passed upon him by the car i Bonari and that this will be a great Relief tto him no one can doubt in spite of his Quot boasted belief in his invulnerability. Tiie London of the n. Herald say of the proclamation of Napoleon to the loot bards. The effect of tons not in document on England More on the London Timss was far greater than a dozen military Tri Muir is. The cry of this journal was con a Tan Lily against the ambition of the French emperor and his plan to aggrandised France like his Uncle before him. His energetic rep7 Jia Tion of Sach nations and the homage Hep Quot a a a a go to cd Publio opinion Quot has actually ton shed Here and has compelled the to alter its it is pretty Clear that if Napoleon in does not aspire to the impossible Quot ote of a Washington to Europe he is far from meditating the Folly of imitating the aggressive Quot purse of his Uncle. Tic Arch-bish6p38 Ball. At the laying of talk Comer Stone of a Catholic Seminary Quot in Cincinnati a few Days since Arci Bishop Purcell Madea speech in which a said among other things that it was the object of the ,ary4ibouc to be is table had to Educ it catholics and from this he descended to politics and denounced the auditor of state for attempting the few Sperty owned by the Romish Cli urch for charitable yeryjsevere.�?. His reimirus have occasioned a Good Deal of comment upon the propriety of the Bishop making in political Harra Nguc. The Ohio state journal says. In another article we shall still further from the official records that the legislation to which the archbishop so violently objects that the Law itself and most of the amendments thereto including the revision of last Winter were the work of successive democratic Legislatures. Moreover the Law was executed As strictly by democratic auditors of state As by our Republican auditor but there was then no wholesale denunciation As now. It is very singular that the archbishop should have overlooked these All important facts which put an entirely Dill rent face upon the matter. The journal remarks in conclusion. Sincerely As we believe the majority of our citizens Are opposed to proscription of any religious sect this attempt of the head of a great and powerful ecclesiastical organization to control its members in their political action and through them to control the politics of the state is deserving of the serious attention of All friends of civil and religious Liberty. Against an and All such attempts come from whatever Quarter they May it is their duty to oppose their United and determined resistance. We judge from this and from what the Bishop said at the laying of the Corner Stone of the Cathedral in this place a few Days before that he is rather unfortunate in it he Choice of sul a acts on the occasions of laying Corner stones. In oar Case he denounced the protestant Bible in the other Case he talked politics. On both occasions he was widely out of place and much to blame. The aeronaut. The of the balloonist from St. Louis to the town of Henderson Jefferson co n. Y., a distance of 1,100 Miles in 19 hours without fatal mishap May be consider cd As introducing a new Era in a rial navigation. It is now considered practicable to undertake the crossing of the Atlantic by by la balloon speaking of the passage of Lake Erie the a St. Louis Ile publican says. In the last one Hundred Miles on this Flake a current of air in which they floated gradually bore them to the water until on several occasions their Elevation did not exceed 300 feet. Soon after passing Niagara Falls the strength of the current gradually increased until thay neared Sickell s har Quot Bor. When Over Lake Ontario and about 30 Niles fron Shore it became a violent g Ilo of wind blowing Ali of to directly downwards. Ever Effort was made to keep thu balloon up by throwing out ballast stores and ins Ruiu juts but in spite of All their e.\ei-Tions, she made a dive striking the water staving the Joat and nearly bring about a of a to a termination of the voyage to or. Lamountain. The balloon then rushed headlong towans the Shore which it reached in a fair minute. A of n hence it plunged into a Danse Forest at a said which or. Hyde estimates at about Laro Miles a minute. The grappa is were Ca St Loose but the Strong Iron Hooks were off like stems. The to it which was still below them went crashing through the , leaving a path As if the locality had been visited by a torn a do. Or. Llyde says that Trees a foot or More in diameter were snapped asunder As if made of Clay while the branches were flying in every after proceeding about a mile at this rate in momentary expectation of destruction the balloon was dished against a huge tree by which it was collapsed and scarcely anything left of it but ribbons a it Naeema marvellous that no lives were lost but this was doubtless owing to the boat which sustained the Shock of the Forest leaving the daring adventurers to descend to the Earth from their Perch entirely unharmed with uie exception of a slight Bruise which or. Lamountain received on one of his hips. Or. Hyde Speaks in the warmest terms of the kindness which they experienced at the hands of the people where they descended and say that could a have been landed in safety the serial ship would have completed her Voyt without regards the As a , As it Isi and As ally demonstrating the Feasi-1 Bibity of tie Atlantic by Means of a rial navigate Iii. / the Landing to. Lake on of a in. The to pm up of Henderson Jeff Symn co., n. Ijean so cd tvs Haj Loop at m. Badry no carers time mix Iii a i Distarce of Over 1,100yniies, Ontl a Doi Ible the longest Ball a it to by Jugel in made. a a. Immense number of persons Mboi had it the apr Teh of the balloon soon a Peai and i vied with each other in Render lil a of Alt to we to Kii to is Giulii linear. Fit hand and Bose Italy entertained i from which they were transported to adm. A stat Ioji. Ten Miles Distant on the Kong amp Waterloo b. �., from which or. Fiji in so to Lio return to j8t. Louis win to take charge of t a Lai it a Eig Hod with the ious a m i Lichtm do on the Cass doctrine. A number of the naturalized citizens of Westchester pa., having Hon. Joks, asking his views of the theory of double allegiance or. H. Replies at length in a manner not at All Eulogi Stic of our Veteran Secretary of of the course of the administration on this question or. very plainly says a i need not say to you that a Ali engr Etc Ful and inhuman conduct and so utterly subversive of All our professions through three quarters of a be Fleury will never receive my Sanction. It is monstrous and in Pardow Awe. It is the largest Concession that can be made to , and if untre baked shows that we have become a nation 01 hypocrites. Jul the United states there is but a one and of citizenship it is absolute and in in Urtle a and confers a perfect Equality of social i Iii us Legal and poli Zicai Rigits j Board of for the Lotife a engr Esslonia Oil a tract Rte Teir report. Lbs in pro Side to arid Meliers of tiie Boal of equalization pm the Oil Coli in District in session at Kendall ill and. We the undersigned committee appoints de by your order to invests ate the abstract of the several counties of this District and report thereon beg leave to submit the following for your consideration. We would Recco Aumend that the appraisement of the counties of Kosciusko Noble and , As reported by the auditors of said counties respectively As passed upon by the county boards be confirmed. Quot that a reduction be made of ten per cent on the ent of the lands alone in Elkhart county. That a reduction of ten per cent be made on the lands and improvements of Dekalb county. That there be an addition often per cent on the appraisement of the lands alone in Whitley county. And that there be an addition of fifteen cent on the appraisement of lands and improvements in Lagrange county. Thus making a deduction of $411,3g9 and making an addition of 470,066 showing a gain in the District of 58,697 which would give the following average per acre in the several counties inclusive of improvements $10.95 Elkhart co., Kosciusko Dekalb Noble 8,88 6.48 7,42 Whitley co., Allen Steuben Lagrange 7.32 9.33 5,87 9,27 recapitulation of counties. The deductions would be As follow.?, Viz Elkhart county 284,876 Steuben Quot 126,492 411,367 the addition would be As follows Viz. Dekalb county 71,326 Whitley Quot 105,997 Lagrange Quot 281,743 450,066 gain in District 586,97. We further recommend that no change be made in any of the counties in valuation of town property but that it remain As corrected by the several county boards. Ail of which is most respectfully submit Ted for our consideration. J. A. Fask 1 f. L. Furste it i of. J. S. Cotton 3 which upon motion was adopted by the Board. Strangled to death by a Saa in. The Hangman mass journal records the recent decease of or. Daniel Corthell of that town who bad for Sone time past been troubled by a living Snake in his stomach. Several attempts were made to eject the reptile by different methods which proved unavailing until at last boiled milk was resorted to the steam of which As it entered the Mouth of or. Corthell started the Saake up into Throat where it stuck fast and be orc it could be removed or. Corthell choked to death. Otis i supposed that or. Corthell swallowed the Snake when it was quite Small while drink Itig. Upon then five born Ami Tiu naturalized with the single Pace lion of the ineligibility of the latter to the after a Clear and convincing argument in support of these views or he concludes. Quot you will thus see that i regard any refusal of the United Stales to it Lell and and protect a naturalized citizen Eit Lior at Home or abroad As and fully an Anjer ican born alike of the theory principles and Pra Clico. Of our government a .1 .1.ri Lirika of every consistent c it o i s. Quot of dear shall we Ever be done lying a a an honest old gentleman in tolling us his troubles gave great prominence like he was frequently under of disappointing his customers whose work could not be finished As soon As he had promised. After explaining the difficult he looked up with great earnestness and exclaimed Quot of dear shall we Ever he die with this Liing Quot we live often wondered ourselves whether such a consumption would Ever take place j 1 1., i Quot your boots will be done on saturday night and the marked rebuke of every j nevertheless you have to go to Church with gaping shoes for want of them. Your coat shall be sent Home b nine o clock on saturday night Quot and you get it in fact the wednesday after. Will you lend me your wheel Barrow i will return it to y of wait for it till next week and then be i l for it. My Carpenter solemnly agreed to Finis my House by november but it was july be foil i could get the key. My Wood was to be split on saturday afternoon enough for the Sabbath so it 1 had to do it. My Money was to be paid the week and then next week and then next week a and then As soon As he could get it he did get it and spent it and then it should be paid when he got it again he got it again and paid another debt because the Man treated Liim More savagely than i would. The strength Laid out in running for this Money if it had been economically applied to labor would nearly have ear Neil the whole debt. The fellow never paid me at last but death came along and to paid 0 dear shall we Ever get done with this lying Quot it is one of the few Domestic manufactures which need no Protection and flourishes without Benefit either to the producer or Consu Mer. Henby Waud beeches. The state journal says we have Alread notice d the reports i oui a number of counties of the yield of Wiiest so far m ule b the Hai Vesi but we have a number More today which with oth is will give a Prett Good i a of tiie crop in the Central and Simth Arn portions of the state. We have but Little from the North As yet. The reports from do Lowarne Kush Jenning i Switzerland. Choli Al Lwrence Wabash and Hendricks show that the yield in those sections will probably exceed , while that from Marshall indicates Liardi More than half a crop for a Good portion of nor thei n Indiana. The Rej arts to Day Are con Don Sod below. The Decatur Rcpt human say. The larger part of tie wheat in that county is Cut and it never looked better larger Heads and grains were never grown before Quot the Southern Lidi Anian Gibson count says that though there Are Many places in that county where the wheat thin on the ground there Are Many More where it is very heavy and the yield will be More than average. It ripens very irregularly. The corp Don Argus says that the wheat of Harrison county is much better than usual and the grains Are so Large that the won t cover them and look As if they had been swelled in water. The anus thinks Harrison May Challenge any other county for abundance this year. The Warren Bep Mican nays the will be Over this week and the yield promises to be better than Hist year. The Liberty Uicon co Herald says the Straw in that county dim t stand thick on the ground As it did last year but the Heads Are larger and better filed. It thinks the the crops Are better than the Farmers have expected. J he Fountain Imper Saj s harvesting has fully commenced and the Universal testimony of the Farmers is that the yield will be above an average and the Quality better than Ever before. It has ripened very evenly. The Owen county Jim Siwz says the Harvest is. Going on in that county and the a diet turns out very Lar a full , though sending thin on trip ground. Some Ria i it a in Avira pfc oni fifteen Pien Sonaio our citizens will be pleased to learn Quot that their fellow towns Iii messes muck and Hausmann so lately Reid red As into the military service of Prussia have been recently Lizard of by their Init mediate friends. Uliey announce themselves in the enjoyment of ii in strained Freedom Atid at the Date of their a tier were happily prosecuting Josh travels through i Switzerland and the Alpine Statt of amp tithe Ern Germany. Their letter contain Niu a that is interesting relative to the Arttina polonic feeling so prevalent throughout the German no states. They a a will return to the United states about the a at of september. A Indianapolis journal. A a Vel night Vas de Vorst As never Vas i tonight to go Down de Hill to mine own House but no sooner did i Dan de faster i stand still for de very darkness was so tick i could not stir Mit mine Poots and de rain Donder and Blizen in More Dan tree minute mine skin was wet too to mine clo s. But after one Little Vite it stopped quitting to rain something and Ven i comes to mine own House to Valk in vat j of tink it belongs to somebody else. Pass de lager Hans. The landlord of a hotel entered in an angry mood the sleeping apartment of a Boarder and said Quot now sir i want you to your Bill and you must Ive asked you often enough and i Tell you now that you Don t leave my House till you Quot Good Quot said the lodger Quot just put that in writing make a regular agreement of it i la stay with you As Long As 1 live. Wheat in Southern Detroit Tribune states that samples of wheat from a Range of county 82 Miles in extent stretching West to East from Center Ville to Coldwater thence North to marshal show a Fine Quality of Grain nearly there is no appearance of Midge and As a greater breadth was sown than Ever before the crop will be the largest and Best Ever harvested in Michigan. A a a there Are four million scholars and one Hundred and fifty thousand teachers in the Public schools in this country. There is one scholar for every five free per is. In great Britian there is one scholar to every eight persons in France one to every ten persons. Another citizen understand that or. John c. Ter Floth. Formerly a liquor merchant of this City but More recently of Louisville who was paying a visit to Germany accompanied by his Bride they being on a wedding tour was seized by the authorities and impressed into the army that of we believe. His Young wife is thus left alone in a strange land while or. Ter Floth who is engaged in business Here which must greatly suffer in his absence is impressed into the service of a countr Whoso allegiance to Long since Albany Ledger. My a �.kpre8ely for the daily . Of a lie Farmers expect to average rom fifteen Twenty bushels to the acre. 1. The Aurora who h. Gives special attention to Home matters,., quotes a letter irom Ripley aunty if ays tit amp to the writer Quot does hot think there was Dir As Tiuch wheat raised tk>foi6 in the . The Morgan county Gaza the says that a a ration of the wheat in that county has a ested and it the yield will be a full d average. Ipa r a from or. Vaul editor of the Vermillion county Iio Ower Sis t6m�itf it Edify Good 1 b lit Chi run i irom sink. He thinks Ven nillion will show never attempt to get out of debt. The Man who owes nobody is a poor miserable being nobody manifests any interest in his welfare nobody cares a Continental cent whether he lives or Dies. He is lean hungry and generally As poor and wilted As were the pin feathers on Job s Turkey. Look at our great men they Are All debtors owe every body our men of science our authors our sensation ministers All the entire Cahoot of them Are deeper in debt than pharaoh s army were in the red sea. Debt ennobled Man gives him a More expanded and literal View of human nature keeps him moving a especially if he never pays rent. Nothing will cure quicker than a Strong of de properly taken. To owe is human to is divine. Thib Refore till Man becomes superhuman he should t attempt to emulate divinity. The science of payment the True modern science is to get. In debt to somebody enough to somebody else whom you owe. J3y this Means Jou avoid getting out of debt and Ini Nta a a reputation of paying. The great Ness of a nation increases with its National debt make a note of this at ninety Day. A a it print were a i i Izen residing in a the no the so i it of town came Verv near Caus no a few depth of a a Vori Techur. He was. Seated at Bra a Kemt Lind , in by be oils adj paths a Jill a do under a Rob served and received a severe Klick in tie ice from the Fathe a he in is Quot it for a .d9g the Little innocent up Ift to Quot Quot a a Jall Day,.yesterday-w Iless condition and a Between life and in pm Adit and full uni a i when a he Bibe we no it a live m of a nil it to is Iota in a. New York june 9th.�?three Collins mail steamers were bought to Day by the mail steam ship co. The Price had not transpired. The steam ship Barrack from Havanna on the 2d inst. Arrived hero this morning the fever at Havanna was very Light. Sugar had advanced a half molasses unchanged. Exchanges were tending downward. Of the great Battle of Solferino. Farther paint july 8. A despatch dated 25th june from the emperor to the Eugenia says that the enemy Avit Drew last night and that he slept in the room occupied in the morning by the emperor of Austria. Gen. Neil has been appointed marshal of France. The austrian troops crossed the Mincio for the purpose of attacking the French with their whole Force but were obliged to abandon their and withdraw to the left Bank of the River after blowing up the Bridges at Gorta. The emperor also says Quot we took thirty Cannon and seven thousand prisoners. A private despatch a s that the austrians had 35,000 placed tors de coi Bat and lost 16 flags and seventy five Cannon there had been no circumstantial account of the Battle published at Paris. Private despatches intimated that the French army has suffered so severely As to be unable to resume the offensive. Vague rumours also put the French loss in killed and wounded at twelve thousand. The Battle was fought at austrians Are preparing for another great Battle under Gen. Hess who has already displaced Gen. Schlick As commander in chief. The emperor Napoleon issued a stirring address to the army after the Battle of Solferino. R the austrian despatches acknowledge that they were obliged to Retreat after suffering extraordinary heavy losses. The emperor Napoleon Ayas constantly in the hottest part of the Battle and Gen. Larrey who accompanied him had his horse shot under him. Gen. Neil s corps covered themselves with glory. The austrians fought with great fury age inst Superior in imbed s. The emperor of Austria in to re tuin to Vielena on important business. The Paris correspondent of the London times says another Little is expected and is Consi wed As inevitable before the seige of Efat Jons com Metie Large reinforce Cimenti Are Ltd instantly leaving Quot France. The attack on Venice expected to commence on to in a dts. One Hundred and fio Venty file thousand Trpo is from the ausrian.,reserves were on their Way to Italy Uliey Are Flower of the in a try. One having served upwards Rofi eight a a a a Eive French a Cmor is were it Vaan Dei Al a a . A Quot key it m the Fri Eil do were. Do to Abbi Lff a Jetti -1 a a we de a uni Ghl and cow Alfed it Ion to Rhine under the Superior priors of a to via. The proposal was Ferow to the military committee. A. It was reported that the. Emperor pfc us a would have an Vita the Prince Regent of Pri or the English Istat Imper the Atlantic Telegraph my Hast issued Post is for subscription to the new capital of �600000. The following telegrams with what has been sent contain All that is known ii it a Gard to the great Battle on the 24 of june. The loss of the enemy is very considerable but ours is much less we have taken 30 Cannon More than 7,000 prisoners and 3 flags. The sardinian army inflicted great loss on the enemy after having contended with great fury against Superior forces. The following is the order of the Day published by the emperor Napoleon after the Battle of Solferino Ca Kiante june 25.�?to the soldiers the enemy who believed themselves Able to repulse us from the has re Cross de the Mincio. You have worthily defended the Honor of France. Solferino suppressed the recollections of Lonato and Castiglione. In twelve hours you have repulsed the efforts of 150,000 men. Your enthusiasm did not rest there. The numerous artillery of the enemy occupied formidable positions for Over three leagues which you carried. Your country thanks you for your courage and perseverance and laments the fallen. We have taken three flags thir to Cannon and six thousand prisoners. The sardinian army fought with the same valor against Superior forces and worthy is that army to March you. Blood has not been shed in vain for the glory of France and the happiness of the people. The following is the austrian official account of the Battle Verona june 25th.�?the Day before yest Rda our right Wing occupied Pizzole a. Sal Fernia and Carriana and the left Wing Forward As far As Guidoz Zalo and Cas Cioffredo but were driven Back by the enemy. A collision took place Between the two entire armies at 10 a. M. Yesterday our left under Gen. Wimped advanced As Fiir As Chi Esse in the afternoon there was a concentrated assault upon the heroically defended town of Sal Ferino our right Wing repulsed the piedmontese but on the other hand the order of our Center could not be restored and our losses Are heavy. The development of powerful masses of the enemy against our left Wing and the Advance of his main body against Volta counselled our Retreat which began late in the evening. Vienna june 25.�?austrian correspondence contains the following the Day before yesterday the austrian army crossed the Mincio at four Points and yesterday came upon the Superior Force of the enemy in the Chiese. After an obstinate conflict of 12 hours our army withdrew across the our head quarters Are now at Villa Franca. The London time says that the austrians have most candidly admitted their defeat and that history scarcely records a bulletin in which such a disaster is More explicitly avowed. The Moni eur says that the Battle will take the name of the Battle of Solferino. Official austrian correspondence of the 27th of june contains the following the emperor of Austria will soon return to Vienna on account of important business. The commander in chief of the army which is preparing for Battle is Given to Gen. Hess. Prince Napoleon arrived at Parma on the 25th and was received with enthusiasm. Forty thousand men were embarking in Algeria for the Adriatic and at Paris news was expected of the occupation of Venice by the French. A despatch from Benie says that 3,000 with 500 volunteers had arrived at trans and advanced towards Bor Mio at the foot of the Silvio pass. Patriotic demonstration by the working classes in Paris were Universal. Some reinforcements for the French army were constantly quitting France for Italy. A dispatch from Vienna says the attack of the French on Venice and Tagliamento about forty five Miles North cast of Venice was expected to take place on the 24th of june. The austrians have sunk five Small Vest Sels a Large frigate and three steamers at the port of Mala Mocco to prevent the passage of the French Squadron. Prince Eugene of Savoy had issued a decree extending the forced currency of the National Bank. Latest from Pabis s Auger Forcy Dien and Ladmirault were wounded slightly at Solferino. There will be a the deum next sunday in All the churches of France in Celebration of the Victory. The Empress and All the great ladies of state attend at notre Dane. Tubin official bulletin to Day contains some details of the Bat tie of the 24th. The piedmontese were principally engaged at a Martinow performed prodigies of valor and took formidable positions but could not hold them owing to a fearful tempest. The piedmontese drove the austrians from san Martino retaining three of their Cannon. Serious Joss is admitted the sardinian Ai Bassa Dor reported to have cd a Plain a to Quot the English govt a Hist the Sec Ittai oth it it British in Pitassy at Fari to a a to dip Ian j _ very , Siegle and journal Des do bats Quot i dict pm the idea of a Derma mediation on a i is which Rimor has placed in Cdr Culata Lori no a. I Obriai politic Lineira is Tibi important it isl stated Tibai Juno Chimp Luence of but few reinforcement hat i it that a to inv Riiff Itti her to be silent lit Tito of the great Victoria and ii i Tiosh for Merib of pm fill the seats vacated by the tfx a Sweo have a Ted office in the new ministry Iris re Getie rally resulting in the return of the gov eminent candidates. Or Gladstone Liow ver As being closely preyed for Oxford University by the Marquis Clandos the sub Marine Telegraph co. Tiave successfully Laid a Cable containing six conducting wires Between Folkestone and Boulogne. It is the Lait and strongest Cable Ever made. Its weight being ten tons per mile. The London advertiser asserts that Louis Napoleon has made up his mind at the ii St favourable Opportunity to make a descent on the shores of Ireland. Latest London the Earls of Derby and i narrowly were yesterday invited with the order of the Garter. It is stated that or. Lever is at Vienna trying to negotiate with i Austria for sales of the eight steamers lately belonging to the european and american steam co., unsuccessful overtures have been made to France. The daily news City article says that the funds were weaker on tuesday owing to the renewed fall in the French renters which Are prejudiced by rumours in relation to the Cost of the Victory As Well As by the creation of Stock arising from new Loans. Consols closed to % lower than on the preceding Day the Active demand for Money usually experienced at the close is Quarter continues and few Bills Are taken below per the times City article says in the absence of detailed accounts of the Battle of Sale Ferins to enable the Public to judge of its probable effect in predisposing Austria to terms of submission. The funds exhibited heaviness on tuesday. In the Stock Exchange 2 to 2 4 per cent was paid for Short Loans on government securities and at the Bank there was Little increase in the demand. news of the Victory on the 25th imparted much buoyancy to the Paris bourse and the rates advanced nearly one per cent on the 27th. There was a relapse three fourths of the Advance being lost on the 28th. The Market opened with a still further decline but rallied closing steady at 12.30 Trade in Paris was tolerably fair. The Market was Dull on of count of favourable Harvest pro pets. Napal despatch from Rome announces that Ferrara Ravenna , Ancona and other towns have been replaced under the authority of the Pope by intervention of the pontifical troops. The officer who commanded the Swiss troops in the affair at Perugia is said to have been promoted. Vienna correspondent of the London times asserts that for the last ten years matters have been so terribly Dis arranged in Austria that it will be almost miraculous if tiie Empire escapes dissolution. In an autograph letter the emperor Francis Joseph has caused ordinances relative to the protestants in Austria to be issued without waiting for the revision of the Council of state. Naples june 26.�?by a decree just issued one Hundred and thirty seven refugees Are permitted to return All others holding permission promising obedience to the Laws the Steamer hungarian from Liverpool on the 29th ult has passed this Point bound for Quebec she will furnish four Days later advices from Europe. The s. S. America arrived out on the 26th. The i ammonia on the 27th, and the Indian on the 20th ult. The Quot Steamer City of Baltimore having had her propeller replaced by a new one sailed on the 25th ult. For n. The Steamer Weser was detained on account of an Accident to her propeller and was to sail from Breman on the 30th ult. From the seat of War. There having been no movements reported by the allies since the Battle of the 24th. Details of the have not been received. The austrian and sardinian accounts report extraordinary heavy losses in killed and wounded. The dispatches from the emperor Napoleon report the capture of 600 prisoners three flags and thirty Cannon. The austrian troops have re crossed the Nuncio. Gen. Hess has been appointed commander in chief of the austrian troops. N. July 8.�?the tammany general committee last evening adopted a Resolution expressing their disapprobation of the reported attempts to induce the u. S. Government to contract with private parties for the receipt storage and delivery of goods sent to the Public store thereby throwing Many persons employed for the Public out of employment. A committee was appointed to draft resolutions condemning the spirit of the letter of Gen. Caw with regard to the rights of naturalized citizens the committee will report next tuesday evening. The Wood general committee met last night and reported to run an Independent ticket for delegates to the Charleston convention. New Orleans july 8th.--the Steamer w. H. Webb from minit Itlan has arrived up. The following additional intelligence is furnished. The Conducta of five Mil Lio in we released by r6bl�s, in the demand of minister Mclane through capt. Parra Quet 6f the a. S. Sloop of War Brooklyn the a or lib is is unit rant Gen. Gobos a a report a dead a press a a la a continues under the prot Witiw of the British minister Otway. Miramon had dec the restoration of Santa Annas vate proper �0ni 0nv\june 28�-n8ol8 Are quoted Nirav Yorik la by Kingi hah methodist pastor Bra to 6tro�t-�z�iapti�f Chyroh in Quot to few cd to. He off Ciez a diff Ito Tho re a of a tiny itis Urli Quot from the ii to of Sci thelit Ihu French top ii Are cd Vised Llue it Ivy pm Quot Wio. Xiv a it of june 28thiwd4lofl� have a declining provi.sion9 also adult. Leaven Wobu july 7.�?an arrived from Denver City 3�th.pit this p. M. With a Quot heavy mail. Accounts continue Flat a fing but the indians Are troublesome. An expedition to chastise them was talked of. New Orleans july 7.�?the Steamer n. H. Webb is below from san Francisco 20th. She brings 2 millions of treasure and 600 passengers. Business was better Money tight politics exciting and in comp ton democrats had a omitted Curry for governor and Mckibbon and Brooker for Congress. At Vera Cruz a one million do a Conducta had arrived and was awaiting shipment. Washington july 7.�?As estimated a reduction of from two to three Hundred thousand dollars will be effected during fiscal year just commenced by the retrenchments in expenses attending collection of customs. Several Are now in Progress. These will continue to be made from time to time As reliable information on the Sui yet shall reach the Secretary. St. Lionais july 7. Or. Mccoy who left Denver City on the 24th ult informs the St. Josephs West that Only eight or ten of the claims yet discovered and those Are on the Gregory land. All the rest Are deserted. He reports the Richness of other claims As absolutely false. Miners Are leaving in Large some 3,0td0 wagons Are now on their return trip. Mccoy estimates that from 25 to 30,000 persons Are in or about the mines most of whom Are doing nothing or working for their Board. He says that the mines will not support More than 5,000 people and advises every Bod to stay at Home. 136 u. S. Troops from Carlisle Barracks arrived Here to Day in route to Santa be. Min Tillan july 3.�?roblez released the five million corf quota at minister my Lane s demand. There is nothing new politically. Montreal july 7.�?the Crick to match Between the Montreal and new York Cricket clubs terminated to Day in favor of the former with seven wickets to 80 Down. Ovid n. Y., july 7.�?the Corner Stone of the state agricultural College was Laid to Day. The building will be ready next Spring. Washington july 7.�?brevet major Ridgely of the fourth artilery died last night at Georgetown d. C. Portland july 7.�?Hon. Lot a Morill has been nominated As the Republican candidate for governor. All ii in cry la net it a a a Tine of to a Dent and All those who is of their injuries is forty. A Force of la Lioio it since been constantly employed at the so place in marching for bodies Althon Uoti Are positively known to be mining and while it possible that thur Aioli Iii be increased by find lag a ther bodies it is believed that ail a Beugt and that All the a Oraid cd Iraq a a oven Boston july 5�?mr. Hoenof Flur action British vice Consul at Glo faster Condrit Ted suicide on sunday by Lumans Ina in. New Yolk july 5.�? Ham tale celebrated so Ting May died to it Day hat food comr. Imit 5.-Factoty no. 2 of the Eagle lock company at ferry Ville. Conn was destroyed by fire yesterday. Lancaster pa., july 5.�?pn>finsor Wise returned to this City last Lishes a full account of the late voyage in balloon Atlantic in this Etueni Afri exp Cesi. He concludes his sketch with the Nfn Ark that he is now willing and anxious to attempt a voyage across the Ocean with an outfit that will not Cost More than $6,000 and will do so As soon As he can raise the Means. Washington Juif amp there is such information in Washington As warrants the belief that the recent change of the British ministry Wii a not effect the present positions of her majesty s representatives abroad with the exception perhaps of lord Cowley at Paris. According to advices from Vera Cruz it was believed in official circles their that the five million Conducta detained by Roblez of the purpose of extorting an additional tax would soon reach that City. One of the conditions concluded by minister Mclane with the Juarez gov t has been forwarded hither by him. The others Are in fair Way of consumption there being no difficulties about Tho preliminaries while the Export duties at Vera Cruz have been considerably i Minkah de in consequence of the unsettled condition of affairs in the Interior. The receipts at the other ports on the mexican coast have largely increased. The r. S. Steamer Brooklyn was to leave Vera Cruz for Pensacola on the 20th ult. I 3iber.�,laaett6f do France t a that. The in Twat Larfay blk Ketlie Grinch of writ. A on tote track twp Nunda a Ter Day i Iyung ave or a in thew Vilione kill a mama la to lib do a it did of additional foreign news. Prussia not Napoleon As stated in last night s dispatch has demanded permission to March 31,000 troops through Hanover to the Rhine Between the 1st and 5th of july. Napoleon s dispatch of the Battle was dated at Cairian near Volta and not Candia. The Paris correspondent of the n. Evening Post says i was told yesterday that the difficulties Between the Imperial Bona papists and the descendants of mrs. Patterson of Baltimore and the reputed wife of the Duke of Westphalia Are in the Way of being compromised. The emperor has offered to make her son Jerome a Duke and her grandson Jerome who graduated at West Point and is now with the army in Italy a count with suitable pecuniary endorsements for the rank if they will formally renounce All claims to the name of Bonaparte. The Marseilles correspondent of the London times june 21st, says left Here for Genoa in the Sinai at 7 o clock accompanied by m. Fig Yel Masy who is designated on the sardinian passport. They have Between Tham an Aid de Camp to or. Kossuth which would seem to imply that the sex dictator of Hungary is to hold a military last eve Quot ing m. Figy Lemesy went to the Encampment of the austrian prisoners. He was to have an interview with Napoleon and Victor Emanuel for the purpose of organizing Means to secure the National in dependence of Hungary which he affirmed the Allied Sovereign had agreed to recognize he also stated that the allies would lend their Aid to liberate Hungary from austrian Rule. I believe that Kossuth s aids de Camp had no reason to be dissatisfied with the result of his Mission on being told that he would spare no efforts to promote their Well being and obtain their Freedom As Early As possible. The hungarians expressed their pleasure at no longer being compelled to fight for Austria but for All that if they Are induced to desert the3 will risk the dangers of another fight with a Prospect of a court martial if taken. When Kossuth and his aide de Camp arrived at the railway station yesterday afternoon they were met by police agents who Enquin a at what hotel they propos to Stop. On being informed of the address a couple of police agents in private clothes mounted guard before the doors to watch the movements of the hungarians and who called upon him. They were there the last thing at night and the first thing this mor Ning to Esbert Kossuth and his Aid de Camp on Board and see him Safo Poutot fore leaving a Youing italian volunteered to fight for italian and hungarian liberties and win taken on to Genoa to serve in the hungarian legion. Kossuth i am informed has Many admirers in Marseilles who wire Ohryn a to and a a pass Timeir Quot Quot a Yta thief Quot by tie h�8-ence of the police Tiente. A Quot he address Hin self exc widely of the huh Gairy a army to bom he Tiibi Todd m ump i a Abd Bill a ti7�m�> Nokia i my a la Titita to Genoa where he Wai fee Lafayette Saljr 5. The military Encampment and civic Celebration closed last evening with a Ball. No Accident occurred during the the military companies from abroad left for their Homes this Moni Iii. The very latest by Telegraph. Paris june 25�?the emperor Tel Raphe the following to the Empress. Candia Friday evening great great Victory. The whole austrian army formed a line of Battle extending five leagues in length. We have taken Cannon flags and prisoners. The Battle lasted from four in the morning till eight in evening. A Vienna confirmation of the above in stating that a Battle was progressing but no details had been recorded. St. Zlonis july 3. The Overland California mail of 13th nit. Arrived to night political excitement prevails throughout the state. Weller will probably be renominated for governor by the Lecomp tonics and Jno. Curry by the anti Lecompton ites. Business Dull. Most of the leading Staples have declined. Money scarce but the next shipment eastward will be Large. Accounts from the mines were favourable. The Oregon legislature Tad adjourned without electing a a a. S. Senator. J. J. Stephens was nominated for Congress by the democrats of Washington territory. The shipment of Gold dust from Victoria m May was $245,000 but accounts from the Frazer mines Are extremely unfavourable. Crowds of emigrants were returning to California and Many others were setting in Oregon and Washington. Chas. A. Angelo was in jail at Victoria charged with embezzling from ten to Twenty thousand dollars from the custom House in that place. New York july 6. About 2 o clock this morning officer Hong Selan of the i6th word found a Man lying on the sidewalk in 19th St. Near tenth Avenue. On examination he was found to be seriously wounded having a shot wound in the Groin and a severe fracture of the left thigh and also a fracture of the right Elbow. He was conveyed to the 16th Ward station House and lived Long enough to give his name As we. Coy be but strange to say he refused particulars. He was apparently about 35 years of age a native of Ireland or. Rancy gave it As his opinion the wound ii were either pistol or gunshot from the Peculiar circumstances of the the police feel but Little doubt the Nuin itis a burglar and had been shot while in the prosecution of his profession. The execution of Stevens the wide murderer has been stayed till sept. To await the action of court of appeals. A Duel was fought on sunday Mon King at Hoboken Between two Young men of this City rivals in a love affair. Two shots were exchanged. No injury Ltd no. Albany july 6.�?the state Repusic convention win meet 7th. It july. Wasung Tob la commander Farrands Are lieutenants Kelland and master Bearth have Bra w. Dered to the Worington. Dayjr in Florida. Lieut. Armstrong has been died Tot lie Camm of the Steamer . Lieut Poty and. Asu to Surg a ave l in of a Erin spin May his in dial Paperin Tendean tto a

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