Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - July 13, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Sip tort Wayne weekly repute to a wednesday morning july 13, 1859. Fri Newi Speter p. Bailey Bot Rob. Rot Lihui Ano morning Tei c h. Scrl�5n, commercial agent git in Ngoi ill 1� authorise to to receive sub tripe Ion find Ink Erti scents for the fort at our Public shed rates. Pittsburg fun Wayne and Chicago r. R. Comp Tui Are Euga a in an Effort to fund their floating debt and interest warrants maturing up to Ctet Ber 1800. The president of this a Niny under the advice of the directors has issued a circular letter to the Bond holders of the pad in which present financial condition is set out and the purpose intended in the proposed funding of the a latins against the company is fully declared. It is deeply to be regretted that any necessity should exist for making this Call upon creditors but that necessity Lias Arisen from the difficulties through which the company has had to piss for several years past and not from anything of recent occurrence. The completion of a Large portion of the Ohio and Indiana Section of the Road and the entire building of the fort Wayne and Chicago portion of Tho same was carried through during a period of the most trying and perilous times in Railroad experience requiring prodigious efforts and the equip Layment of the Best Talent m the country amp yet with All the Energy expended and Talent employed it could not and would not have been completed but for the fact that it had the influence of the Pennsyl Van a Central i Railroad to Back it whose interests were intimately Conn cited with Tho final completion of this great line of Road through to connections at Chicago. The read has but lately been completed but it it almost superhuman efforts to effect it. It has had no time As yet to test value As a completed Enterprise. Limited crops the past year have operated it. Time has necessarily been taken up in perfecting arrangements at Chicago for business. All these things have been in the Way of Success and now that it has survived All these troubles and adversities and is prepared for doing an extensive business but before any of the benefits of the line As a whole have been developed it finds debt which has been accumulating for years too heavy for it to carry longer without some temporary Relief. It asks for Relief on interest maturing Soma fifteen or eighteen months ahead and floating debt. It wants to fund these claims by paying them All off with Bonds now unsold in the company s hands. It is not much to ask it is nothing compared with favors which Many other roads have been obliged to ask and have obtained too during the trying period of the last few years. It is asking nothing Bat what can to granted without injuring a sin Sile creditor to the amount of one shilling beyond simply extending the time of payment. It no injury to the stockholders but greatly to their Benefit if carried out. It is the result of things that no amount of skill or management Coald have averted after having gone Forward and completed the cute prize. No Man stands higher in the u. As a successful Railroad manager than or. J. Edgar. Thompson the present president of Tho Road and no one has More the Confidence of Moi died men in the country than he and yet he recommended this course As the Best to be adopted under existing circumstances. For skill and mental calibre the men who for years have been connected with the p. F w. Amp c. E. R. Stand second to none in rail Road management in the country. A these men All Recco Romend this course As tha Best one to be adopted in the present juncture of affairs. They Are All individually interested in Tho Stock of the company. Some of them deeply interested we Hap Pun to know men who Are now and have been for years connected with the Board of directors of this Road who Are Large owners in the Stock of the company one of them to the extent of $160,000, another .$50,000, and so on. Our citizens Here Are interested to Tho amount of some $700.000 of the Stock of the company. What has been done Baa been done with the consent of Largo stockholders As we understand it and to think Quot this ought to give conf Lence to others. We Hope the Road Wilt be Able to Complete the proposed a Rai ments for funding debt. We want to Sec it have a full and fair Opportunity to test value the coming year now that we have the Promise of Good crops. We want to see whether a Road from Chicago to Philadelphia and new York by the Way of fort Wayne and Pittsburgh is not As of find As one by Toledo or one by Detroit to new York. We have an idea that when the project Ltd Mes to be fully developed in a Fiur for the great Busi no Fri of the 1sorth be it to Tho Pittsburgh foil Wayno my chief go Railroad will Riund fint on the i of competitors for that Trade and Tot it will Ihen show such a list of earrings As earliest and warmest Frie Jive looked to see Reali the up Bike Are deeply interested in peeing this Road sustained and it should frown 4own All Cieber to injure it come from what qua bar i a May Rill speak. Altro Ajili a #1� a it All sanguine As to m pid Iii to ofthos9 who still entertain the Ling Tibt Hopes of Snee Ess at the Pike s Peak a still there May be mme Tungett Stibr iced. Met a mar mde Havett ii died to Relf a pm a the a cd Natii Gir a of am at the i try Row Mhz in he serv of in Iwvin of doubt but he by few Nina Ite a in wants ife#<1days since on the of amp a made us with others of the press in this District to publish the Premium list gratuitously of Tho Union fair to be held at Kendallville. Ate cop died apr Royl by a to Tinel of this jape Rathe we taking the. Saime View of the matter As we i the 2mes. However of this place after waiting a Long while comes out not Only in favor of the managers of the fair going to Cleveland to get their printing done but denounces us arid the Sentinel particularly for the course we have taken in the matter very Well so Fai As we Are concerned we can endure All that sort of warfare. But this attack upon us justifies us in examining a Little further into the doings of Thi. Society and to hint a Little at the probable motive which Load the times to become defender. The Dekal co. Democrat approves of the Sentinel s course in the matter and copies the article and after saying it has already done some printing gratuitously and would have published the Premium list without charge if the managers had got their printing done somewhere in the District it adds Quot since the above was in Type we have received a letter from a gentleman in Kendallville offering to Quot pay us for defending the the office roof the society in going to Cleveland to i it their he says Quot we paid �33 for printing 500 Bills which if divided Avion publishers would amount to about $3.0<. Apiece besides i doubt if there is % single office in the District that could get up Bills in As Good the above Only adding insult to injury and we can inform the gentleman that we Ain t for Sale and cannot uphold men who so far overstep the Bounds of Quot Home we venture the assertion that there Are not five printing of laces in the District but what can get up a better Job than the one done at Cleveland and we will bind ourselves to get up a better Bill even in our own office for any firm or society for $25, and leave the decision As to workmanship to competent now whether the offer to pay for defend ing tha society came from some member of it or not. Does not appear in the above , but it May be inferred that it and Here we have an exhibition of the kind of management which is carrying along the Kendallville fair. There in the neighbourhood of the late Kail old a cadent on to Mic sir Railroad on thursday last. Bodies were be ind if the riving linear Tith one Astl to of Ainan or of age Light hot hair sad whisker Long Mustache and Blank coat and on a Belt with Money. The Jother was the body of a Young Man named Campbell fim Elgin Illinois. He Wasion Tirey below these Rifice in the Sand head downwards. lure is Quot no Donl to much anxiety Felt on the part of the cite a is of the neighbourhood where the Accident occurred and on the part of those from a distance in search of their , and perhaps lost when those authorized by the Railroad com Pony a re upon the ground preparatory to re constructing the Bridge they were resolutely repulsed by the citizens of Mishawaka and informed that not an Inch of Timber or Stone could be placed in the Ravine until ample search had been made for the remains of the lost. The Mishawaka Enterprise Saya that reports arrived at that place from the Ravine two Miles Distant on Friday morning that another car had been found entirely buried in Sand and water and supposed to be filled with bodies. The Bells were rung and the citizens were Rushing with Spades amp a. In Masse to the spot. The editor of that a the ten or eleven aggrieved \ per saw a Jen whom he knew who said that they saw the ventilators and Felt the top of the car. On the same morning the body of miss Regan was found in the St. Joseph River less than a Mike below the fatal Creek. She was identified by or. Whitney of South Jend at House her Mother died by her dress. Pieces of clothing were found the same Day by the workmen at the wreck but up to 3 o clock p. M. No More bodies. The whole number of dead thus far discovered is fort one. The supreme court of this state has decided that w. J. Wallace who was elected sheriff of Marion county last fall was in eligible to office from causes stated. Before the decision was fairly promulgated to first they gel the press a Public and with it out having been cer in the District to favourably notice their movement until they get Well organized. All joined in sont th3 in Teleg ence broadcast among the people. Next there Are a few dollars to be paid out for necessary printing. Tho Home press that had been Labouring in their Beh if was then overlooked and Trio Money taken to Cleveland and the printing done there. Next there Are some things that cant a done in Cleveland they want the Premium list published and scattered All Over the District the Home press is asked to do this Ratai Loushe and when they refuse than an Oiler comos from some one to pay Ona of the newspapers in tha District if it will the officers of the society in their management. That offer was spurned As it deserved and As every honorable Man would have treated it. What next Well we do not pretend to say what next. We do not know anything about the further movements of the society in the Way of procuring a defence and we have no charges to make against any body or any one of our contemporaries. We Only know the it just at this juncture of affairs Daws orcs times has coma out with a very Able defence of the so Ietje that is All we know about the matter and Here to leave it for the present for people to make their own comments. A a brutal attack upon an editor. We learn from the Toledo Blade of the 0th inst that As or. C. Waggoner one of Tho editors and proprietors of that paper was passing along the Street on the evening previous i he was assaulted from Bechini by a person whom he afterwards discovered to be a or. Paul Edwards the canal collector at that Placa. Or. Waggoner received two blows from the effects of which he was stunned but not seriously bruised. Several persons interfered and protected him from further assault one of whom a or. Thomas Southard was violently abused in turn but not seriously injured. The cause of the attack Tho editor of the Blade learns was that his paper had been Deno juicing a ambling As a vice and Ime and that the Gambler is an enemy to society and to every value la interest. This principle the editor applied to Tho Case of Edwards who holds an important Public Trust and whom it says the court records show had been twice convicted of gambling. The facts charged by the Blade were not denied1 it for having called attention to what was before of Public record was the offence and the occasion of the attack. We have no question that the moral Power of the Community of Toledo is with the editor of the Blade and that he will not Only be protected from All violence to his person for having fearlessly done his duty in questioning the propriety of placing in office of Trust a Man known to Haye gambling habits but that it will be very unsafe in that Community for that class of men when their iniquities arc exposed to attempt to redress their grievances by personal violence. That s a kind of remedy that no Community of any Noral courage will Ever Buffer to be repeated Many times. The amp the of Tho hatches gamblers have not been forgotten nor the Emple list on to Community generally. ,. The press to Are Persia a will a protected any where in it fearlessly denounces Vici form in which it May appear. Nett who the men a re that Are guilty the High of Tieff stand in Public position the Ter their evil if guilty of Vidor paws and therefore Thor a tar for Clung them to the Job in of Public of nil Btl answer . If the people i a i of ,<�wb a Flurer he a pos Tain the of nth at under it Fri pall met a tidied to tha court below the governor took upon himself to regard the office As vacant and has appointed a or. Gulick to fill the place. This my g. Being the democratic candidate for the office against or. Wallace at the last fall s election the appointment is objected to on the part of the citizens of Marion county on the grounds�?1st, that the office was not vacant until the lower courts had finally acted on the matter which they had not at the time of the appointment and secondly. That to appoint or. Gulick was to put the majority of the i of be at open Defiance who by an election have decided that Thuy did not want or Gulicki and the office should have been filled by ordering another election and not by appointment. The question has caused considerable discussion in the newspapers of Indianapolis and the governor is very much censured for the course he has taken in the matter. Or. Wallace in the meantime refuses to give up the office and the clerk refuses to receive the Bonds of the appointee until the office is declared vacant by due course of Law. This Case is but another one of Many in Stanicci of democratic practices where the party in Power undertake to place men in office against the wishes of the people and not infrequently against the usual form of Law. Witness the election of Brigit and Fitch the bogus senators and the frequent appointments by the president of the u. S., of men to places of Public Trust whom the be Piile have inject eds Glancy Jones for example. . Our co temporary the times in anxiety to espouse the of the democracy As it does on almost every conceivable occasion adopted and advocated the cd ass letter refusing the Protection of the government to naturalized citizen., when returning to their native land . But in doing this latter service to new found friends it must have forgotten a Little of mid night lantern Creed. It must have forgotten it was a know nothing for this last step is even against their principles if what Folly is authoritative and we presume it is read it the american know nothings on Cass a meeting of the american party held in Cincinnati on Friday evening last the following were approved and advocated by several prominent members Ite solved that it is the Cardinal doctrine of the american party to the dignity and character of american citizenship until the name american shall be More feared and honoured in the world than Ever was the roman name. Resolved that it is the duty of the government of the United states to protect the rights and persons of All citizens wherever they May be by right of Law or treaty without fear favor or distinction with All i urges of Law treaty and if need be by Arias. Dawson is evidently outside of every Quot healthy political Vigani Zatio just now. When will the democracy openly acknowledge him As one of them ? he must have a place some where for he is sailing around without a Helm Jost now. A a Eglit it fourth with the Light of Taino Niia therit comes to the eighty Foi Irti anniversary of we Lii a i Den Cerf a. 4-Biiii out hero in a Michigan the last fourth is believed to be eight in Avci a Are we right or is courier be Eil Tsirer i a do adv. \ we can t speak in Michigan but ire be Lief no More than 83 Anni Versane have yet in seen in Ohio should be Bome in mind however that new York is of City and to should not expect to keep up Veitii them in All things a Bienio j3/a<2e i eighty three full years Haye expired since the .41mtion.of ii i Pend a in evil ii Iliade. The test fourth was there foil Tho that butt if the fourth of july Hen there Hai Relmon Eif to if Brar a i Rudorf of a j ii s Morin disc Lidit so Nti vents. This the Bax wet. Stock poit upon matters affecting Southern interests As follows. Quot in our Humble judgment Seward is Al together the better of the two for he a Puld mite the South against him and his whole Pohs is a while Douglas would the fifth of him it Pould be Seward and sep Are be ind do no a or Douglas and crippled imbecility Liet the coi try that s a specimen of genuine Southern Rule or ruin is the they must have control of the government or they will set up a Quot be Jpn rate that is the Union. elect Seward would w an excuse for disunion. How Many Northern simpletons this threat will frighten into the support of the african slave tide democracy we cannot Tell but this to it in lib used for that purpose there is no doubt and if effective than when the election is Over they will chuckle Over it again As they did in Tho presidential election and say Quot the threat of disunion served us a Good purpose Quot we have saved the party by it and we will Lay it aside to be used again As occasion requires. Read the Toledo is Aize says the present status of senator Douglas is thus stated by the Chicago Herald the Organ of the administration for the Northwest Quot or. Douglas if the opposition did but know it has effectually read himself out of Quot the party and is lie Neeti the entirely at their service and knowing As we do that he will be of no use to them lifter his re Recti of by the democracy shall be generally understood they will do Well not to civil curate too largely upon the value of his proffered Sei vices. Notwithstanding Thi relation of the Quot Little giant Quot to the democracy we notice that the Toledo Herald and other papers claiming to be democratic still display the tickets Quot for president Stepnek a. the Penitentiary. As a general thing our citizens have concerned themselves but very Little about the final location of the new state s prison since gov. Willard refused to concur with the award made by the commissioners but As a matter of information to our readers we clip the following item from the Logan sport journal of the 2nd inst., and suppose it to coma from a source sufficiently reliable. The governor has refused to approve the selection of location made by the commissioners but has. Also neglected to veto it. The Board now declare that the Powers of the governor Are at an end in the matter and that it devolves upon them to go on locate and build. In pursuance of that conclusion. Or. Mullen was at it. Wayne on Tii Sedav last and arranged for the conveyance of Pickhill s land to the state at $10,-Uu. He announced that the Vijard would proceed. At once to advertise for contracts and that the work would be commenced in Siedi Atchly. --�.�.�. The a amniotic newspaper we have received the first number of the illustrated quadruple Constellation a perfect Leviathan in size by George Roberts Esq. New York. It measures 100x72 think of a newspaper being 8 feet 4 inches Long and 6 feet wide. It is beautifully illustrated with Large sized Wood cuts representing places of note As Well As several characters. It contains Many original articles of Merit from writers Well known to american readers. This i Indence Sheet is to be published every three months. Price fifty cents each copy. Apply to George Roberts new York. Sud Keenr rent i r Deal i from a bite a Rattlesnake. A in from Uriah Mccloud Esq., of Vance Burgh. Lewis county ky., we yesterday Learned the particulars of a most distressing occurrence which took place on the4th.�?-it seems that or. James Wright an old citizen of this City but who moved to Vanceburg last August for the purpose of devoting his attention to getting out Timber for the manufacturing of spokes and hubs which he has Baen importing Lai Ely into this Market was engaged at his usual Avo cation in the Woods Almut four Miles from that place on the Forenoon of the fourth in turning Over a log a rattle Inake suddenly sprang at him and put fangs into the Back of his hand. Alarmed at the probable , he immediately started for town and ran the a entire distance. The heat fatigue and excitement of course allowed the Poison to circulate through his system and make sure of deadly work. By the time he reached Vanceburg he was entirely Bli id and his body and head were covered with spots of the Sama color As of the . The usual remedies were resorted to and every Effort made by the attendant physicians to neutralize tha , but without Ettelt. He continued to sink rapidly and expired Between 3 and 4 o clock next morning. In preparing the body to a Laid out a singular phenomenon presented . In addition to the spots referred to there was a picture of the Snake itself a rect in shape and color and As distinct As if Daguerre typed theron extending from the Point on his hand where the fangs had struck up the Arm to tha shoulder and then Dot own the Side to the Groin. the Truiti a it of this our informant assures us not Only himself but some i or or five other citizens who saw it can testify. Immediately upon learning the occurrence a number of persons started to the place where it had happened and u on examination found the Snake in the identical Sojot . Where they came near Havig another tragedy Yound lady of the part a Viii stepped Over his lurking place from which a moment after he made a Savage leap the party but Wai imbued lately dispatched. proved to have six rat Les and a Quot Button Quot indicating his age to be six years and a half. A Cincinnati Gazette oth. Sleeping cars. It will be noticed that in the recent Railroad disaster at South Bend As in that on the great Western railway the passengers in the sleeping car escaped without injury. This is due to several causes. The position of the sleeping car is always at the rear of the train and it is consequently Only liable to rare accidents which come from advertise a. It is very Seldom if Over that accidents occur to a train from behind. But How natural it is. That most every one who gets aboard of a train immediately looks for the last coach in the train. It would be a great invention indeed and ensure to the Especial pecuniary Benefit of the ingenious inventor who could switch up a train with All the passenger coaches a Bishop of . Rev. Henry b. Whipple of Chicago Rector of the Church of the holy communion has just been elected of by an convention at St. or. Whipple s Energy Devotion and Success in building up a free Church in Chicago warrant us in saying that Minnesota has chosen the very Best Man for her wants. A a Lafayette Celebration. We suppose our go a head neighbors of Lafayette had the Banner 4th of july Celebration of the season. Every item we see in relation to it sums up enough to form a general conclusion that Tho Quot big guns Quot were at Lafayette. We Are gratified to learn that notwithstanding the immense numbers in attendance not a single Accident of any. Conse Quence occurred to mar the peace and quiet of a glorious fourth of july Celebration to learn by late arrivals from England that the Mammoth ship the great Eastern is being made ready for sea and to be fully equipped by Tho first of september next when she will probably be taken into the government service. Good for women in Sas arc signing petitions to the new constitutional convention asking for equal political rights with the men on Tho popular sovereignty principle. Kimb House by me himself is at a times open and ready for the Reni option of the travelling Public.,Quot j ii a he a Drake s lemonade it most excellent t this eat or. He makes the Best that Ever was or Iii acid just noir it seep doubly delicious. Owing to the. Continued indisposition of if award Chittenden Thev it Ryno seam Nutu the Aoth it Probir Quot so Tutei Isis the a in i air i r in a i character of the recently pm ported africans. A correspondent of tha Galveston i news says Quot i have this morning returned from a to or. Smith s Plantation near Canton Mississippi he has sixteen of real Bona file , All Young and Likely. They look like our negroes work Well Plant Corn Hoe Cotton amp a. They have been in America some four or five months. They have the brands and Marks of the tribe from which they came. Their front Teeth Are filed and when they laugh present a novel appearance. They have Model feet. The prettiest shaped foot 1 have Ever seen is that of a boy some 18 or 19 j ears old. He is perfectly Black and Nigger to the Backbone but with Beautiful feet and hands. They Are contented and when one is whipped the others laugh. One of then with a Peculiar shaped head is the subject of ridicule by Tho of . They say his Mother a jailed it by patting him on the head when he was a baby the commander in chief of the austrian army. General count Schlick de Barrano and , Ulic councillor and Chakib Evlain to the emperor Francois Joseph was born in 178 j at Prague. He was orderly officer to emperor Francis ii., and took part in All the principal engagements of the Peri d. He lost an Eye in the Battle of Achan which prevented his being Ein ploy Ltd during the Campaign of 1814 the remainder of his promotion to that of general of division took place during a time of peace. After the revolution of Vienna in 18 i8. He was a pointed Cai mandant of corps Arma not More than 8,000 Strong Ile took a Brilliant part in opposing the Junction of the armies of Dembinsky and Georgey in cooperating by that Man Euver in the surrender of Georgey to the russians. In 1854, when Austria at Tho time of the Eastern question he had successively the command of the 1st and 4th Corpse d Arine Ein Galicia. Gen. Schlick is very put Pular in the austrian army. Every Many knows by sight tha Veteran who for a so Many years has worn a Black Patch Over his left Eye. It almost All if not All special correspondents of the French journals at the theater of War have been sent Back to Paris m. Chan. Of the debut and or. Texidor. Of Quot the six Cle had already been seen upon the boulevard., on the a both ult., and m. Dre Ole of the cons inti Noel was expected there Bei Bre this. The police lately ordered the French journals not to say anything More about the Battle of Magenta and in consequence the account which m. Texier sent to the Siede was entirely suppressed. That journal was reduced to to readers by saying Quot our Corre sind ent Hiis sent us such a harrowing account of the Battle of Magenta that we think it desirable to suppress it not to our readers. It is reported that the emperor in giving an order for the expulsion of the correspondents said Quot these gentlemen describe my Battles As they would a new piece at the a glimmering from the Candle to x. A few Days since and shortly after it was ascertained that the republicans had secured a majority of ten or twelve in the Kansas it mention it transpired in Leavenworth that a number of delegates had been elected to that body from the political views of the new Comers who assumed to represent the prevailing wish of Southern neb Niska to be annexed to Kansas were at first kept discreetly in nub ibus but it has since leaked out that they Are All democrats if they could obtain seats in the convention they would offset the Republican majority in a twinkling. Of course after such a disclosure their position in the convention if they have any position at All will be merely advisory. John Calhoun of candid Box notoriety was a prominent mover in Tho election of the Nebraska Chicago Tribune. Drowned. On sunday afternoon Louis Wiseman a Young Man aged 22 years formerly clerk ,6g Sherman Street went into Bathe in the Basin near Sturgis amp Buckingham elevator and was drowned. He went in with two companions telling them that he could swim. The two swam out to a Steamboat and 011 reaching it looked for him but could not find him. It is sup sed. A hat he was seized with cramps. His body a recovered and an inquest held arid a Vori diet of found drowned returned. Dei ceased had twp Job Rotl air living at fort Wayzie press Tsimbe of torday., i i the two Brothers Reid red to As Reid it a in this City will take notice we do hot know who they Are a i i f . I i i a Man by the nime of. Duck. Worth was instantly killed on the milk i Duckworth and a How her Youn tsp to sitting we iting the armal of the Xun the horse pal tighten at the Sipeo. Tive. And becoming Umnas age Able ran a away throwing them both suddenly out the shift of the buggy pms ii twin High Ihei Boydjr off a us Kwoh penetrating to Lui the Clay Amu did letter written in 1848, by the late Rev Porter clays then preaching at Alton ii gives the Foli Viring facts in red to the origin of the Clay family your wishes to know something about the history of our family could not be gratified within the limits of a Leuer. The allowing concise account must suffice. In the reign of. Queen Eliza ii Iii sir Walter Raleigh who at that time was a great favorite of her majesty though afterwards put to death b her order brought Over to the Virginia plantations among others three Brothers sons of Sirju it in Clay of Wales England. He gave them �10,000 each a which was a very Largo Fortune at that time. Their names were Charles Thomas and Henry. They settled on James River near Jamestown. Two of them Charlei and Thomas had Large families. Henry had no children. The name Henry been handed Down in both branches of the family with great tenacity Ever since. m. Clay of whom you have no doubt heard for he made a considerable stir m the East during the last presidential canvass is a descendant of Charles Clay Henry and Thomas Clay. Thus the two Brothers above alluded to Are the progenitors of All the clays in Tho United . My father As you have heard was a Clergyman of the Baptist he died in Early life leaving seven children a four sons and three daughters whom died without children with the exception of Henry and myself. My Mother was married the second time and raised a j family of six children two of whom Are enu Bettr Foa the daily afternoon s report�?3 o clock. Stie Vuie july 12. The Canada is signalled at Halifax. Her dates Are to saturday 2d inst two Days later than received by the steamship City of Baltimore. York july ii. The steamships City of Baltimore and Adelaide have arrived. The Adelaide comes from Liverpool via St. , n. F. which Point she brought the first intelligence of Tho Battle Solferino. The City of Baltimore left Liverpool on the 29th Bat brings Liverpool dates to the 30th rec d by Telegraph to Queenston. Count Pourtales the prussian had arrived at the head quarters of the austrian army. Playback has been fixed upon As the seat of government of Lombardy. The austrian head quarters been removed from Villa France to Verona. France is preparing to move an army on All of the Rhine. Gen. Gyulai the cd commander in chief of the austrians had taken command colonel of a Roffi ment Bea Iii Quot his name. Still living Nathaniel w. Wakins and Frank , residing in . My brother Henry has had eleven children six daughters and five sons. The daughters Are All Deail and one son h. Clayjr. The Paris of the London times says in regard to the Battle of Siil Ferino that Gen. Neil with 35,000 men and two of cavalry in All about 50, who was killed at the Battle of Buena Vista 000 men till four o clock p. M. A his Wile having previously died leaving Hen he succeeded in forcing the austrian three Chi Len who Are with their Mother s i. A a t r a connections in Louisville three of my j sting the sons Are settled near him in the j austrians had brought up reserves of 80,-neighborhood of Lexington. Two of these 000 men and the allies their Reserve of 50, Thot Nasland James b. too men. It was a most critical move Doiny Well one a lawyer the other a far j a. N or John the Yonng St whom Vou saw hours More the general at , is with his Hiither at Nahting ended to the advantage of the Ai land. Theodore his eldest son is in the lies. Lunatic Asylum in Lexington a confirmed Lunatic. Correspondence of the Missouri Democrat a great flour Cuil tract Secretary Floyd interested. Flovin Utah june 2, 1859. A few Dai s ago a couple of gentlemen arrived from Leavenworth k. T., by , and. With an air of mystery stated that they had come from on important . But were loth to divulge the purport of their Mission. The entire Camp was on the qui Vive believing that they were the Beairs of some important dispatches from the general government but As Days away and time brought to Light their Mission curiosity turned to censure till it would be Hanl to find a single person who is not condemning Tae conduct of the Buchanan administration. Or. John a Holliday and col. Martin Are sardinian held their ground 50,000 j he zouave Are said to have been much Cut up and the first Chasseur of Algeria were terribly treated four generals were wounded and one killed. Orders had been received at Milan to prepare fourteen thousand Beds for the wounded. Paris june 29.�?the Moni eur contains no details of the Battle of Solferino but there Are reports of different attacks of various corps d Annee. The Moni eur docs not state the number of killed or wounded on either Side. Turin june 28.�?the Gazette publishes official details of the Battle written the same evening. According to positive information 25,000 the Lucky contractors f a furnishing the army with Brea Stulls the ensuing year for which they receive $28 Flo per Luo p funds. The daily average consumption of four by the Camp is not less than 5,01.k. Pounds making the annual consumption about 2,000,-000 pounds. This would amount to �571.-Ixx snug Little item in the current . Now when we take into consideration the fact that or. We. Martin and e. P. Stanton offered to furnish the Austri. who occupied a formidable Posi from which they were dislodged by the sardinian under the orders of King Victor Emanuel. The sardinian loss is stated to be about 1,000 killed and the same number wounded. The London times Paris correspondent reports a project has been of end for the mobilization of one Hundred battalions of apply of flour for $10 per 100 pounds and National guards and reorganizing them for that or. J. C. Little agreed to take the same., Garrison duly. Washington july 11.�?a special Dis contract for $7,5<> per Luo pounds it seems strange that messes. A Holliday and Martin Lusion on the part of the Secretary of War Cli Prieston courier on the Quality of flour manufactured in this territory is of the poorest description and would for Quot sweepings Quot at any Market in the states. Yet this is the stuff the army will be compelled to during the incoming year. If it was the intention of Sec Clary Floyd to have the Sun july of flour Silipi de from the slates then the Price is within the neighbourhood of reason. But if such was the design Why did he Fernish messes. A Holliday and Martin with orders for government mules from any Post Alon the route on their journey to this Point since their arrival they have commenced buying and contracting for All the flour in the territory for which they Are paying $5 per Hundred but in All probability will have to pay As High As �8 for a we will say Liat they pay $8 per Hundred for All of it and we see that they arc at an outlay of a 0, x 0in fulfilling the contract leaving them a snug Little balance of $412,-000. There arc probably four partners in this contract or. Lohn Holliday major Martin we. firm of Russell majors and Waddell and Secretary they will realize $100,000 and be at no trouble or risk. The Man wit Lieut sensation. We saw a very curious exhibition on wednesday evening. A or. James Stevens advertised that he would stick , daggers knives and other unpleasant implements into and through his flesh in various uncomfortable places and directions. We went to see him expecting to be ged by some Clever trick and were therefore greatly surprised to see him actually do just what he promised. He first stuck a Nunier of pins in his thigh and permitted others to do it. He then drove an implement about As Large and very much like a Carpenter s scribing awl above the wrist and Between the Bones pinning the Arm to a Light Pine Box which he raised up and carried about. He next drove the same instrument thro his foot into a Board. He then ran a knife with a Blade half an Inch wide some two or three inches into the calf of his leg. He then stuck an awl through his Cheek the Blade coming Between his Teeth and out at his Mouth and finished by deliberately whittling a Gash into one of his fingers making a wound nearly an Inch Long and quite to the Bone. From All wounds to seemed to receive no pain whatever and said he did not feel them at All. There very Little blood from any of them indeed we believe that there was not More than a drop or two of blood from any except the Cut on the Finger and not very much from that. We saw or. Stevens the next morning and found that As he sad they would the his wounds we re healed of leaving Only a red scar. There is evidently no trick in this thing. Three or four of our physicians were pres ent and had the fullest Opportunity for a coso"9xamihiition of the whole proceeding they we entirely satisfied it seemed that the instr Nisi to re re Preis red by immersing them in Soto Wrt of fluid but what it was i whether that was the cause of the remarkable effect is this Roan s scci�tf., he professes to be Able to operate upon Otho re. As he Doos u n disown Mii but no on Wal imposed to submit Experiment. He says to intends to. His sri to Tow. I Bable fatal Kiwi of. Washingto of of to ii8,-e�pttl�ucak pays it mimed ill Mth of St to a St by Fiordi Vermis now a Ojo Ming ih0. �o41ital� let �?8kylaiuf no or this e is late Tri Bot Little e seems to Bavy bfl4 .isea8e, his be he win the 9th sat a that Gen. Wall his Defeated the Liberal forces under Gen. Tuo Loga at Guan Uata and proclaimed Anna dictator. This affair has caused great confusion at san Losis Potosi. Sex gov. Barrera had attempted a revolution in the province of Ca peachy which was followed by similar demonstrations in the other provinces. The government was making vigorous a flirts to the outbreaks. The state department thas recently had under the subject of the Hudson s Bay and puget sound agricultural companies in connection with the provinces in Washington territory and it is understood that action therein is to the of feet that their Possession of rights ceased by the limitation of their Charters on the 30th of May last As Well As under the Ore gym treaty. It will i recollected that these a few years Quot ago offered to sell their rights to the United states for $1,000,000, and subsequently expressed their readiness to a satisfied with 100,000 for their posses Sions. The Catholic Mission at Vancouver and other claims Are involved in Tho decision which now falling under the administration of the Interior department is Likely to present some important features if not contravening the to ties to valuable lands. Is Tatum we imply demonstrated on the a Salof the summer hungarian which Tii Anks to your Liberal Supply of news from that station placed us in Possession of the Effi of the news taken out by ,2ori briton in the Short space of fighter Aslak Ait the news left this Point without far allele. Quebec july 9.--rthencvasc�tiis at 10 a. M. With l27 Pau re for Laver Pool. Weather Fine. ,. Balti hobe july great India i rubber Case of Horace h. Day and others against John Stellman is now being tried in the a s. Circuit court in this City before judge Giles. This Case with others in Voltis a the Siino Issue is now under ing a final hearing before going to the sup Reid in court of the u. On the claim of the plaintiff of the exclusive right to Manu amp Cutie and sell what is technically known As Woven elastic India rubber goods. A parliamentary injunction had previously been granted in All the cases in this District and the argument now pending is to have a permanent injunction Issue wholly restraining the defendants from vending vulcanized rubber goods. A Strong array of Legal Talent is engaged on both sides. New York saturday ail Moon. The close of the week brings with it Tho first indications of the relaxation in Tho Money Market expected after the heavy payments incident to the first of july had been provided for. The tendency to in created ease however is not decided enough to affect materially the rate of it itself chiefly in the negotiation of Call Loans. The abatement in the Gold Export seems to have contributed to the Freer Supply and for ten weary use 5 cent had been accepted to Day on first class securities. The ruling figures is six per cent at which lenders Are More numerous than Early in the week. On Paris the rates for Long dates arc fully sustained and in most cases rather More . Lists May be had at 7 per cent Whie Short Bills Are still scarce and go readily at 6@6 4 per cent. The general temper of the Stock Market to Day is not so satisfy Victory As yesterday but yet there is no material Concession submitted to although several prominent Western r. R. Stocks were pressed for Sale for future delivery. The weekly Bank statement closing to. Day will include the average of Only 5 Ness Days but nevertheless will refer to the heavy movements of the week. The Bank specie Reserve will we think Bevy Lithio. 250,000@21,5a ,000 against 22 ,00e> dollars last week. The Loans Are expected to show a falling off. The total exchanges through the Clearing House for the five business Days of this week 105,388,818, an average per of 0x4,763. The Breman for Siu thai Apton to Day took in specie $590, �.t2-. A Telegram from. Prikul Eligiia this morning to Thompson Bro s reports that the Bank of Lawrence a. Are thrown out. A 5 per cent dividend is announced today by the Kiev Blind Columbus amp Cincinnati r. R. Cix payable aug. 1st at theoflice of the u. Aua exed is the official statement of the. Business of Tho half year Gross earnings Fornix month ending Juve. 30th lc59. 486,796 59 exp Iuchs for same time including taxes 946,425 26 net for 6 months. 5 per cent dividend declared july 6 the 1651240,371 13 237,305 00 3,066 13 additional foreign news. The London times Paris correspondent says that the piedmontese were at one time during the Battle of Solferino completely enveloped by the austrians but they recovered and repulsing Tho enemy kept their positions with exceeding courage. Turin june 28th.�?deserters from the austrians state unanimously that there were 40,000 at Pozzolungo. This position fell to the piedmontese. Gen. Paraguay d Hilliers was at Solferino and marched against Carr Iango. The Heights were occupied by the French and the austrians were forced to retire along the whole line. New York july 11.�?the Bank statement for the past week shows the following results decrease in Loans 775,000 de Crese of Nett deposits 1,140,000 increase of specie 55,000 increase of circulation 182,-000. The Steamer Arago from Havre and Southampton has arrived. Her dates Are to Tho 29th ult., and have been anticipated. Washington july 11.�?mr. Seaman the former superintendent of Public printing now under indictment for malfeasance in office has returned to this City. Louisville july mob. At Stan lord has Hung Jumes Rinsey for killing James Oldham in May last. St. Loui july party of five Parr sons reached Denver City with $7500 in Gold dust. R v. The Caria shop of the Alypia be i ithary with yesterday. new Pytka a full Jnaini wit Mia Ved Nedwa by ars a Tiro. Wbk Toomet ally three Zottig Jeby a Midge m was i Itoi of Tan Tai amabbott"�4oininr4 building Andresi do not of a gift no a to tilt pah to Nina Lila up Quot in St a my foot the Neir. So surplus business on the Corn Exchange has been More Active this week being influenced in great measure by the existing european War news. The fluctuations in bread stuffs have been quite sudden at times especially in four but at the close the Dull accounts from Liverpool serve to have a corresponding effect Here. Speculation in provisions had received Little or no encouragement from Liverpool advices and the general tendency of the Market has i Cen downward with Only occasional buoyancy. The business in produce has been stimulated almost entirely by Tho Home demand the shipping inquiry being quite suspended. The Pacific mail steamship co. Completed th3 Purchase of tha Collias Stemann ers vis the Adriatic Baltic and atlantic.�?. It is the intention of the co. run these boats on the completion of their contract with m. 0. Roberts. September 30th. 1859 to Aspinwall via. Panama r. R. In connection with their line on the Pacific. It is understood that they will perform Pas sages of eighteen Days from n. Y. san a Prince Poniatowski the sole representative of the Royal family of ancient Poland mho has escaped from exile in Siberia on account of his attachment to protestantism has come to this country intending to become a citizen. He is lecturing at Portland and Newburyport on Siberia and Russia but Means to go West for his residence. A Humboldt is said to have left a Manu. Script treatise on geography More perfect than any yet known. Jacobs on haad a Ain with a shoes and leather at wholesale and retail. Try that they have purchased the entire Stock of or. John Hamilton and will continue the business in the old stand at the Comer of Calhoun and Columbia streets in fort Wayne. Their assortment will at All times he Gemeril and Complete. In Eastern manufactured Ric for children. Misses ladies and gentlemen will be found every Grade and style direct from the very beat manufacturers. And having made arrangements with a prominent and Well known Boot and shoe maker of fort Wayne we have Ever a elite for getting up and constantly Kepi i Haia a general assortment of. V Quot Home made to in not surpassed by any other establish Rienth the City of fort Wayne. All in Short May be found in our Slook any thing in this line feb uie Uttie Diop to the Jedi tit Jong viewed water Pic boo kit Ian . I our prices Foj and re Aile indeed on the shortest noun Elabd i4tie Besl 9i from a to Tel Ess our Elos tax i it lies Tilott to th4iaiii<a Eilerts to Pmj we me to Merit a bar of Jln a Vii i. _ ism so ?