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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - June 1, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana Flipi jew to is bpm to ssh volume 2, k tax fort Wayne rep Viean. Jaid Tor wed proprietor Tel wed a xxx Wawn Wiwat Mochino dllic�oncaft<mft9t. hates of a amp by Tisino. Okie a it to re. Lai Indof 1,00 . A. .50 Bim Moat year.10,00 m six Toontas. A a a to Quot three atofiths.------------------���?�00 Oneco nmn one ,.w,00 a a a Gix to Amptha Booboo Quot three Toontas. Ujj half column one year. Quot a ump in to mt&eemontbe.-20.00 one fou it column one year. La six . It it a a three months15,00 announcing Casaia Atee for office. .2,00 for double column Advt a Price and half Alil Cinda of Job print is done atom Benabu Umesi and executed with a Stanesa aria Diapa Toh. Tie Del nil so he nil for getting mexican territory. The administration have determined it appears to embrace the Opportunity offered by the european governments being in Iii a War with each other Wien they will not but so Likely to watch our movements very closely and while. Mexico herself is disturbed with internal strife to Hatch up a difficulty Tveith that Una pier country and demand a portion of her territory for the purpose of extending the institution of slavery. We referred yesterday to some remarks from or. Forsyth the dismissed mexican minister As to the instructions Given him by the administration to Purchase a portion of the territory of Mexico which he was unable to and now judging from what the Buchanan amp Douglas papers at Washington say on the subject negotiations having failed to procure the coveted territory a demand is to be made and enforced by the army and Naty if necessary. Here is what the Washington states says on the subject enveloped in a very Flimsy disguise the is very palpable. The improvement of the political condition of Mexico a the unfolding of her Mineral re sour a sri the an enlarged extent of her valleys and Hills to the cultivation of sugar and co Iteen the establishment of inter oceanic railways the creation of an extended Commerce Are subjects worthy of the Earnest consideration of so experienced a statesman As or. Buchanan. Let him without looking to the right or to the left engage zealously in this benign undertaking and a United american sentiment will urge it on to speedy and successful completion. As congressmen Are now salaried officers he can Convene them without submitting the Treasury to an additional expenditure while this have no cause to complain if he conceives their presence necessary in View of National interests. Were they to assemble the third monday in september the session might run into the regular one and the general business be finished by the first of april before the commencement of the absorbing president making Era. There assuredly never was a More substantial reason for an extra meeting than our Peculiar relations with Mexico furnish unless indeed the president believes he has All the Power already conferred upon him necessary to obtain Justice from and establish principles of right in that country which we Trust is the Case. The acquisition of Cuba is not at this Timo As pressing a necessity for the a Union Ajja it was when a he enlightened conferees at Ostend were deliberating whether the longer Possession of the Island by Spain did nut seriously endanger our National Security and about when whether from indisposed or diplomacy at Home it slipped through our fingers perhaps alas forever. As concerns detriment to Good neighbourhood peace and Commerce the Quot Gem of the Antilles Quot is a Mere stalking horse to us at present while Mexico a a loud outspoken palpable reality. Re opening of the african slave Trade. The Washington Union the Organ of the Ipp rodent claims that democracy is the a ame All Over the Union. A Democrat in Maine Minnesota Indiana Mississippi and new jeaq8�pekthesame Poutie Al Lan a Guam and subs be to the same political a Trine. If that be True then they Allen Horas and la do Iii theft towing in it a the Jln my a. Broad axe which Utler Only what. Many other of the leading Soutter papers do on the same Sayi Quot the re oper Wirig or Wither the legitimate zing or the a Iliean slave Trade along with the acquisition of Cuba Are the very least results that the state rights party of the South will think of being contented with. The True sentiment of the whole South favors the movement while the of self defense appeals to thelor a Era of Southern in Tiff tons to demand its being authorized. The Trade is will and should a carried on and Wisdom and humanity demand that the statutes making it piracy be immediately repealed and the. Trade to legitimate sized Public opinion must shape the Law in Pavlics and it will be enforced a Ven Law to the contrary notwithstanding. It is Folly to continue semblance of Laws which pub it opinion a popular practice. Declare Deadie tem 6h the stitute1tk>ok& Quot democratic a by Trine a to fax �pe�/l�slave4rade the Adamof All Tina Ina Well to know that the Northern Deiso Raicy a vat pwn a Lowth in famous doctrine or Imp Hui Etnie Issue. A tiie Quot of Osborg True Southron a demo rejoice in Ihab amp it that Quot a Nipe us Fern de a in trim of Bop Okeny his Libr of a repeat of All Lair state am a a ederal prohibiting their Furtha vat Marks that possibly Ibe Fie Ople in not this a the fou tical a it Muffi on of it any we pre up much of our space to May the follow in Well Vrittia article upon the political division of Italy which we take from the chid press and troupe of the 23d of May. We a a a his because we sop pose that Ike a an �erfft4 or read is a a in other a just we Inuma ing All the Light we can upon the sul Cefi of the Europe and a Rar which is quote absorb Lyngso much attention., Ithily is Quot the Battle ground upon Whick Thi for Aro contending for the Mastery and whether Austria shall continue a set Nti lying Power in Italy or grantee to some extent take her place or the until itself become freeware questions involved in the is now to be decided on her Soll. This Short of the political divisions of that country will a the general Reader in formic an estimate of the mar itis of the dispute the italian Peni Iasia to Fitch again claims the easiest attention of Christendom has been hone Jfe embed with Kittles marches and sieges reaching Over a period of Twenty five Hundred years Rathe holc resulting in the following political divisions which exist to Day but which May be abolished to Morrow austrian l a a or Lombardy and Venice a Viceroy Alty of the austrian Crown area 17,500 Square Miles Sardinia the Island of Sardinia the principality of Piedmont the duchy of Savoy the duchy of isl fort Wayne i Maisa in Asniw a Jet no 1, in a a a a n�m3�sb s of Eavis i and Pon King of Spie the two cites to his son few i drip and during the Quot a ice which Bill own a this ii to the a a no a to cry the Island of Conica a France. It. We now i he nother epoch in italic Listorti revolution 1796> Kapy Lead a Bonapart then Genera Al the Lim m the French re Public a re a a see in Al i Liber foam i urch a Midi Ihde Quot were ski Ian this feet the Austi Iii after a few Short Shaip Tion. But Ili imposition bin a he a i Haiti Sand of of a Abr with it res Fitas i Meliti Genoa the county of Nice and the Island of Capra a kingdom area 28,229 Square Miles Kayles Naples and Sicily or the two sic Ilies a kingdom area 41,606 Square Miles states of the Chubch an absolute monarchy area 17,210 Square Miles Tuscany including the duchy of Lucca a grand duchy absolute sovereignty area 8,585 Square Miles Parma a duchy absolute sovereignty area 2,776 Square Miles Modena including the duchy of Massa and the principality Oti Carrara a duchy absolute sovereignty area 2,073 Square Miles. There Are also two minute but distinct divisions the Republic of san Marino surrounded by the papal states area 22 so. Miles and the principality of Monaco or rounded by Sardinia area 53 Square Mil amps. These states embrace a total area of 118,-357 Square Miles and a population of Over 25,000,003�?about equal to the White population of the United states the course of events which have led to these divisions of italian territory is Little known to the general Reader. In Ordinary times the history of the Peninsula would make More lumber than an economical schol Lar could conveniently carry about. At the present juncture however a Brief commend of modern italian history will to interesting to All. In the year 1,503, which Marks the beginning of the fifth natural epoch in the an Nau of Italy the Peninsula was divided nearly As follows the House of Savoy ruled Piedmont Genoa and Venice were republics the vast duchy of Mil Ajit Lombardy was Neld by France the House of Este ruled the states of Ferrara Modena and Reggio the House of Gonzaga ruled the Mantua and the Medici to la florentine tuscan territory Central Italy belonged to the Church and the two sic Ilies wore provinces of Spain under Ferdinand the Catholic. In 1609 a powerful Alliance of the Pope the emperor Maximilian the King of France and the King of Spain was formed to Humble the Pride and Power of Venice. The venetians however by the arts of War and diplomacy escaped with a few inconsiderable losses of territory their nationality remain intact. The emperor Maxmillian of Germany dying was succeeded by Charles v. Who undertook the task with the Connivance of Pope Leo x., of expelling the French from Italy. Two campaigns resulted in placing All Italy at the discretion of the emperor. A new division followed. The Puchy of Milan was wrested from the French King Francis i., who renounced All claims in Italy. The Pope recovered Ravenna. The Medici were firmly Stab to abolished with the Ducal utile in Tuscany and the Duke of Savoy was re established in his states. In 1547, the Pope. Pajil i. Detached the cities of Parma and Placentia Piacenza from his territories and erected them into a Dukedom for his natural son la farnese. The bad behaviour of farnese resulted in his assassination whereupon France and Germany went to War Over the succession and fought All Over Piedmont Lombardy and a portion of Tuscany with various Success. A treaty of peace was finally arranged leaving i the parties very nearly in Tatu quo in 15�5 the Dukedom of Ferrara my voluntarily ceded to Theo Hutch by cd Sar d est. This event Caine near involving France Germany and the Pope in a fresh War. About the year 1630 a ferocious War broke out Between France and Venice in the one Side and the imperialists and spaniards on the other concerning the Sucre in to the Dukedom of Mantua. The arrival of the great Rich Eli ii upon the Sce of action , turn to a amp irs which re salted in the firm Stab Lish Niento of French Power at Susa another places which would enable them to make a descent upon any part of Italy at pleasure a 1647 a remarkable revolution occurred in Naples headed by Masai fellow a fishmonger Vidich resulted Only. In the assignation Lador at the the Spanish Viceroy. Fifty year late came thereat War which ended in expulsion of the spaniards find French Jouis italian territory by the Imperial forces under Prince Evigene and Victor amadeus. Duke of Savoy the quarrel arising Over the succession to the Spanish throne made vacant by the death of Charles ii. Who deceased without Issue. The islands of Sardina Naples and Milan were thus added to the Imperial dominions while Che states of Montferret Al Esca Indino and a Portia of he adjoining territory and subsequent try the Island of Sicily were added to the possessions of inia turks def messed hindu self of hath. It Tho to Jorj a by a hich Sicil was Lafi. De in the. Kandy of be sin pm re a Sardinia granted to the to Uke of Savoy with Tho title a Krog of Saima a re feb nym Titre upon Dan a Daflos san of the que a of the next Wilt a Fly in Ouye Nhis Mem and fun cd if six Ordinia vol in oui of the to it Coli to re Iii a from All their italian Poi sessions Nai Limo Aziere elected the &mou8 Cis Alpine re Uwin of no life his a to Austria in the loss of Lombardy. The Latte thy Lett of ferrai to Bolo a and sat Nna shortly after War a disturbances arose 1 and Naples which oct Iob their occupation by the Republican armies and their erection into the ephemeral and Parthenon Pean republics. Ferdihaniflv., of ii Aples and the grand Dike of Tuscany fled a the Forster to Sicily and the latter to Austria. Tuscany iras occupied by the re publican troops. Nii Poleon then went to Egypt Austria and Russia sent an Allied army under the great suwarrow to drive out the French and crush the near republics. Suwarrow did his work bit it Zacconi polished when re appear red and destroying the austrians m Marengo again made himself of this time Tuscany was ceded to Don Louis Debont a son in Law of Charles in. Of Spain Parma remained in tact Genoa became the Republic of Liguria Piedmont Bame a part of France the Cis Alpine Republic was re established comprising Milan Mantua Modena the three papal legation and rom Angua Venice was confirmed to Austria. Naples had remained Neutral and Ferdinand was this time undisturbed. Napoleon meanwhile became Austria having resolved on a new trial of strength with the of Sican upstart the King of Naples i discreetly volunteered to Aid in expelling the French from Italy and Napoleon dispossessed him of his Crovi n and conferred it up Nhis brother Joseph this affair was hardly consume Ted when Joseph was Caile to the. Throne of Spain and marshal m la rat made King of Naples by Napoleon. The same Power then relieved the Pope of his temporal authority expelled the Don Louis de boy Ron from Tuscany and and a red Parma to France. The Central states he erected into the kingdom of Italy with Beauharnais for Viceroy when Napoleon was. Banished to Elba the amp Allied sovereigns restored the old status Wiio a Xci to that Parma and Placentia were Given to the exempress Mari of visa and King Murat of Naples was undisturbed. After the Battle of Waterloo Murat was driven from his kingdom and making a Craley attempt to it no anal put to Puatu Ferdinand was restored Lombardy and Venice were confirmed to Austria and substantially the existing arrangement of the italian states was made by the treatise of Vienna. The subsequent disturbances in 1848 were of Brief duration and effected no material change of boundaries. It is thus seen that the opening War in Italy Between France and Austria is Only the continuance of a strife of four Hundred years duration. Life of a newspaper writer. The following paragraph from an article in the new York to brine is written by one who evidently Speaks from distressing experience Quot Droblas Jerrold is a single instance of the debilitating and degrading influence of newspaper Dom upon classic Effort. This Effort has revolutionized literature and the press which was the pantheon of great minds is now occupied As a Market place for Small thoughts. The newspaper Man becomes a Hack thinker and a Loose writer he is stabled in a printing of Sce and brought out to do so much thinking and no More. He is a race horse Between the shafts of an omnibus. His life is no longer the poet s life it has no longer the varieties of vicissitude nor the pleasures of want his mind never feels the poets yearning to produce for constant sweating keeps Down its mental vigor it shows meagre and bodily poor for it is milked every night and he knows that his work is meant to be read in a minute and forgotten in a Day so he writes by the hour and it is paid by the the week his brain is never Ridden by a a craving stomach nor goaded by a reckless passion. This hopeless regularity of the mind and body destroys All the spasmodic action of Genius so that debilitated in style confined in the exercise of All the Muscles and nerves of thought his stall fattened soul resign itself to the loss of Freedom scope and Enterprise. A a a distressing Accident. An interesting Little girl Between two and three years ote named Dolly Liv Rig near Little Sandusky was a called under the following distressing circumstances As related bar the Wya Dott Pioneer her father was lying on the floor resting after a inner and she and the other children Ere Plaj log. About him. Little Hannah the deceased was sifting upon his breast with a knife in her hand he asked her to get Down and in attempting to do so she fell upon the knife which penetrated her Side to a considerably depth he innocent Little girl simply sighed la Drew the Kiffe a the Woun and in Twenty minutes Yas a Corpse. The a Criden occurred last Kreek. Quot Bis Lioy Loone on the fair Seit in ids a meet Tont of in Mclean the distinguished minister from Mexico is letting out amp Little of the diplomacy of the administration Mth which he was charged while it in he say Quot upon sending me a pro Eriov Atway of session of territory Jeneral Gas ii in a private note wot be he disc Styli of this Date from the de put Lent will conf Dei to you a a 1 know Bow Dif Scult is the task a Quot it before you we All know it we a narc Noi of Asguine of Success. If you succeed it irk8,Ana Hijji a source of great Inifi Sfa action to us and you do not we shall idiot i of impute the smallest Blae to you stifled that Aba you could Nowc effect Ted under a a circumstance a Quot a remark that this indic cult task to nothing Jessiman to buy i Large slip of a my too Atia mice about me Fourtot a i the wat i worked hard Catry to Tiff a he a lilt Tigai Nobut icons Ere t00 cunning to take the a Feriand j ar.buc1uuratk. Word idiot Judlow toe to in a or Wiczai Gabd a nday in Allman mais in to to Nam in a Ime night i in a address to the Gradali s Hall at Burlingto Oij ust month Bis pop do he after acharat i stoically Ywuc exordium and a Brit Alfa six nto their i worldly career spoke As follows Quot the times ate out of joint Corr Tion stall in hic p to a. Loicen Tionson has he Nib Jostus Hame. Inside Tyis bold and Banbur faced. The wave far a arism is routing Back Kuppu us for these i hangs your sex is a a neat a women Are not tie to Iheme ves. They Wink at vice they is Oise a he Compromise with worldliness they tolerate irreligion and they Are victims of their Owji in amp Ith falness. The stronger us in Best thin to the weaken they have All had mothers. Sisters they own them in the sex to which they owe them. And if woman were but True to themselves they would have strength from him to hold the world i no woman Ever fell but by her own As at the first the woman is the tempter. There is no Man that has passed into a brute to do As tigers do that can resist the matchless majesty of a resolved and stronger than All Law stronger than anything but god when it is Strong his strength would be the Power of woman to put Down rudeness and to Lay the bridle upon License. But the age is self indulgent. And self indulge nce grows a what it feeds on. Women Are occupied by fashion. Women Are slaved to dress. Women Are willing to be flatter Dwoinen Are unscrupulous in their amusements. Young women set up for themselves. They look upon their parents As old fashioned they Are impatient of Domestic restraints. They Are averse to Domestic occupations. They Voto their Homes a Bor amp they congregate away from its control. They indulge in unseasonable hours to meet the other sex More than half Way. They make themselves debtors for their escorts to places of resort. They permit the approaches of familiarity. They tempt the hidden Devil of their nature. They forget their they forgot their prayer books. They Are women of fashion. They Are women of the world. What else they Are is rather shaped by Opportunity than themselves. In this Way Home is stripped of its Sanctity. In this Way the Fen ale air loses its freshness and frat Ince. The woman is no longer what she was made to be Quot a help meet Quot for the Man. And a Man ceases to be what god designed him for her partner her prop and her protector. I am Well persuaded by the report which comes to me from every Quarter of the land that women who have gone out from behind this Ait Are counted now by thousands a Are for the most part women of another sort. T Hinr of Iviam .<ii5 faithful wives. I hear of them As devoted mothers. I hear of them As obedient daughters. They Are centers of Good influence in society. They Are stays and ornaments of the Church. It May be said of them Quot Many daughters have done virtuously but these Excel them to join in this hopeful company beloved ones you Are to go out now. You Are to go with instructions by which their minds were moulded. You go with these influences which god has sanctified in the trans formation of their hearts. You go with the prayers which have been won Down from heaven for them the consolations of the comforter. You go with the Blessing which has commend them to the care and keeping of the holy one. Quot be Strong in the lord Quot dear children Quot and in the Power of his keep your bibles Ever in your hearts. Have your prayer books Ever in your hands. Be True to your Church. Be True to your god. Follow after Quot him who left his Cross last and found his grave the first. Follow after her whose sacred legends gleams upon you now it May be for the last time Quot behold the handmaid of the lord Quot remember always to be Quot holy keep your hands Ever on the Cross. Fix your eyes Ever on the Crown. Lambs of the Lamb in meekness and loveliness be Dov Elings of the Dove in peace and purity and piety. Dear daughters of my heart god bless you a pickpocket fooled. At the St. I Jour a depot yesterday morning a gentleman who was waiting for the train sat conversing with his wife and next to him a Young Man apparently a stranger who now and then made some commonplace remark. After sitting a few minutes the Young Man got up and left and the gentleman found that his pocket Book had left at the same time with about $900 in it. He immediately followed the pickpocket out and without any ado dealt him a blow tinder the ear which Laid him . He then seized him by the Throat giving him an oct it Iohp a a Quot feeler Quot to make him lie still and took has Quot pocket to a a a rom him and also some some of the bystanders not understanding the merits of the Case separated the parties and in the confusion the Rascal escaped but he will probably never Wake that passenger up Jour. 29th. Romance of whaling lifer hard Prience of a Clergyman Sailor. From the new Bedford Standard May 18. In one of the ships which returned recently to this port there came a Man who has been whaling or nine years. To was formerly a my no Ster but taking to the intoxicating cup heft la from Grace left the ministry and his wife and family and went his friends knew not where in dissipation he had wasted the hard earned wages of nine years seafaring life and. Arrived Here wretched and destitute. Some Temperance friends clothed him decently and made efforts to refer in. Him Ash Success. A few Days ago he received a letter from his son in saying that All the family had Long supposed him dead and that his wife had married again. The poor Man has started for Gonney Picut but what will be the end of this chapter of life remains to be Seea cd to not abilities of Lee oar. Irist Lnu Abr Sopp of us Tria is but 29 years of age. His Uncle abdicated the this Prenn Hir Ivor in 1849 he possesses the Bis 4aitors, with but a very Mode rate dec be of i a ministrative Talent a a Grid Job bin bit is 36 years old. The leading ambition of his life is to can Ligate Italy he to be it King. The div affected italians Trust him and l a up to a uni thl fir of Instate a diverter. Lovis haole of Hasi Trong sympathies Rit Huhe sardinian a Ivl Rich and expect to soil be Way i amp a fold Bioh his sni re Lea Iier a a deliberate and us a i Glish a blk ii oui As already announced to English Par Gamen tary elections have thus Fiur resulted the Uberall. The ice Are still More than 100 mein bib to be Xet Jii but lit is hardly Likely that the present proportions Wui be much it Rcd by the result so that a re Derby a Alnio St train Tia meet a he new Rax lament in i . The Only Man of Mark to has been 4rowu out 43 or. Bemar Osborne and it from the Dis Lobules which have transpired the me amp is ouse Juring his defeat will unseat the sitting i Ember on petition. Bribery intimidation influence of every kind Are charges usually preferred with great Freedom at every contested election it during the present struggle the pressure by Means of this Rop Rehei Ible kind of machinery has been More severe than has been known previously. The live of times says All the leading Naen in the nation who have spoken from the hustings during the last Day or two lord John Russell in James Graham Well lord Palm Erston the master mind of the Hilse of commons advocate neutrality on the part of this country during the struggle but it must be an armed neutrality to meet events As they arise this too is the feeling of the great mass of the people. Popular opinion is divided respecting the Twa belligerents France and Austria. Some wish Success to the arms of the one some to the a there As their whim or inclinations jump. Why Oshkosh was burned. The Milwaukee news accounts for the recent fire at Oshkosh by saying it will be remembered that last february we published an account of the burning of two houses of prostitution in Oshkosh by the indignant citizens and the conveying of the inmates twelve girls and a Man to jail. The houses were burned to the ground and the clothing trunks and jewelry belonging to the inmates Wero also destroyed. As before stated by us the girls were liberated after trial. The next move was a convention of this class of Quot artists Quot which convention was attended by prostitutes and their pimps from the neighbouring cities and villages. At this convention it is said a solemn oath was made to Burn the City from end to end before the summer was Over in revenge for the burning of the two houses aforementioned. The City is now in ashes evidently fired by an incendiary but who the incendiary is we cannot yet Tell there is not a store or business House left one hotel remains out of five. Four printing offices All the place had Are in ruins and the loss cannot fall Short of $500,000. Capt. Blakely. This gentleman our enterprising Fonow citizen soon leaves for a trip to the red River of the North. He intends to take a trip on tha Steamer Quot Anson Northup Quot which May be now running three or four Hundred Miles up and Down that River. He is one of the company who originated that Enterprise amp i also of that of taking the Steamboat Quot freighter Quot Over to the Waters of that River from the head Waters of the Minnesota. It is not generally known that capt. B. Is engaged in what will soon be one of the Moss extensive stage enterprises of the country and which will compare with that of Frink amp Walker in their busiest Days. Such men As capt. Blakely re the Pride of our City and its Helena advertiser. Terrific storm in . From the Leavenworth Ledger 18. We learn from or. E. Berthoud esq., who has returned from the upper country that the storm of sunday night last was most terrific at Atchison Doniphan and their vicinities. At Doniphan about thirty houses were blown Down. At Lancaster some three Miles Distant a number of buildings were raised from the ground including a Church. One Man was killed and two others severely wounded. About three Miles from Atchison a train of Twenty wagons was nearly demolished and one of the teamsters killed. He also heard of Many other accidents and says the storm was As terrible As any he Ever witnessed in the East indies. Ex��6c$8lr0m to Quot a fit or Tobx Liay 27.�?�aprivate dispatch from i Fernr 9rleaiis says Jim Ravens cabinets Anta annatto Allxie Fochts and titles which he formerly held in Mexico and inviting via Tampico whither Gen. Widl is marching to mgt it him. The Disis tech also says the War Steamer coat Calcos had been attached by creditors. She cannot therefore leave to Day Friday with Lite calf Oil mail and a engers for the Overli amp id rotate to the Pacific. It Las though ten new Orleans a Der Ever the matter Rould be arranged in a few Days. .1 _ a Vai Shortb May 27.�?the Utah mai.lwtjldatesi1aih the Forney had arrive sat fort fill Moro with i6"children, survivors of the Mountain i Irdein 3catli o . Poster is further disturbances a Tiong the mormons. England Don to the occupy of article in the lord contains the following the emperor Napoleon informed the English government of the obligation under which the French army was placed to immediately occupy the Sar Nian territory in order to be Able to a Fibre timely assistance in the event of an attack against her ally on the part of Austria. The English Cabinet replied Liat in consequence of fee known reef Etin of be Chihmin airy ultimatum of count de Buol England made no of tip ii under the circumstances to the Etc ache of the French troops on the Sar Dinnant territory. Useful i Formati non the Edge of a Small River in the county of Cavan in ire land there is a Stone with the allowing inscription n. this is out of sight it is not Safe to the River. But this is even surpassed by the famous Post erected a few years since by the surveyors of the Kent roads this the bridle path it to fevers am if you can to Inead this you had better keep Tho main Road a Sale of the i a roae Railroad. The Cross and Milwaukee railroads was old at auction in Mili Waukee saturday under the third mortgee.,to a it Illiam Barnes Trust. For the Bond folders Lor 693,333,83, being 75 per cent of the Amo tic due a a. Anson Northrop. This gentleman whose name is borne by the first Steamboat Ever launched on the Waters of the red River of the Korth was the Ihan who first drove the first drove of. Cattle through ithe country from Illinois to the Falls of St Croix hers a bold persevering though a modes id unassuming Man. His ambition is Thuv of the True firontiersman., Al if sir. Sudi was the Etc damnation of an old Man new eighty , so Chi his House at 8u�?zt, i a his Fai de upon his head a a Teriba i accustom Ift daily labor in t work Waar done ii rhe Soo Brea last. Hort gym to Wapaa my i work is to a of Thaliah a ate Stiny to Xiv my wit meet jul sub of i Tkv Dpi till lib gig in give a a Phisid new to May 27.�?te 4s-the offering of teas this a. M. Was barely sustained had not the catalogue been largely with drawn prices would have undoubtedly gone lower. What sold brought As follows Hyson 32@�5m Young Hyson 27� 57 Hyson skin 22>@2a Hyson team Kay 25>@28r Gunpowder 23@67k Imperial 27>@56i Volove 38@40. Baltimobe"0�� he Maryland episcopal convention re assembled this morning and Laid the subject of the division of the diocese on the table. Harpers ferry May 2�. Jefferson Cut. Has gone for bottler by 272 maj. It he also Given a maj. For Letcher but the precise figures Are the vote of Harper s ferry for gov Montague dem 240 Militig opposition 141.�? for attorney Gen., Tucker dem. 261 Preston Opp. Lig. For Congress Faulkner dem. 168 bottling Opp. 2�. Nord co. Give 246 Opp. Maj. Richmond 27. In Bedford co. Goggins maj. 321 with ii precincts to hear from. Pulaski co. Goggins maj 70. Floyd dem for Cong res in the 13th dist. 140 maj. Buckingham co. Gagging maj. About 100. Cumberland co. Goggins maj. About 63. The opposition have made Large gains considerably diminishing the dem. Maj. At the last election. Lake dem., is certainly elected in the 6th congressional District Over Powell dem. Floyd dem., elected to Congress in the 13th District Over Mcmullen dem and Martin Opp. The opposition gain several members of the legislature. The election of Mccasky dem., in the 3d District is still in doubt. De Janette dem., was his competitor. Harpers Febry May 26.�?berkley co. Gives Fau amp a for Congress in the 8th District 50 majority. Majth Ngook May 26.�?the election Here resulted As follows for governor Goggins 38, Leacher 141. Feb me co., Complete gains Goggin 200 maj. Quot new Yolk May 27.�?the u. S. Is. Westernport and Caledonia from Montevideo arrived Here to Day All Well. Wheeling May 26.�?ohio county gives Goggin about 350 majority. Clemens dem., in the 10th District is 160 Ead in the towns heard from. Two opposition members of the legislature Are elected. Clabk8bub&, 26.�?harrisou county Complete. Litcher dem., for gov., about majority and Jenkins dem., for Congress 11th District 250 maj Kauffman opposition and West dem., Are elected delegates to the s Fakess. Dying of eating the bodies of the dead St. Loui 24 a the regular correspondent of the Democrat writing from Denver City on the 9th inst recounts the most deplorable condition. I it of things on the Plains. Emigrants dying of a Arya Tion and others ,subsit8�ng�on< pric be and wild onions along thei Road a Ghe stage age reports picking up Ai Man Nam Blue red a to a Skeleton from stare tip Jim 3pth i his body another Dlf Dvo and he Iii turn was nearly de Oure by the surviving brother a Man named of bbl Lud cached the asst Ingi condition the , numbering nine had perish Edil Many Graves. Are reported Al orig the Ryotei and it much property had Bee destroyed i>an4v<it�donedo 7�ie Whitejr of the letter imy thai depart us to the min a to the Arrit Alil act Ute go Tel de emigrants of Audi Fering Ira Ali Sill no i a la ugh Iriri ble Jey i u of to la a Wui a to temp Nisi to Otto Hai an a a to to a i fkr a re a Sot on in a of the Quot same Tenor declaring the Jim five slave a us cons Titu Tina Lin void the a Rome a rated list the la of a to in a did a i Udo no a circuit a a to denied. To be a in Clio by of Ober Laih Man win i disgrace the prisoners were a Eri title a to their Liberty. The Freedom of the county a Sis with the great Republic a party. Up Hes were Giddings Chase we be and other. Ibos Xor 24the s. was Deco med with Fia and a Salute fired Siroin her do a a to Day in Honor of the. Birth Day of Queen Victoria owing to the counterfeits circulated in n. Y. And the West. The Brighton Market Bank proposes to withdraw fi9m circulation Al its $100 notes. Providence May 24�?the knights Templar Ait ived Here this morning on their return from Richmond they were received by their Brethren Here and met by the Encampment from Boston. After a pleasant Inteia Chairge of Hospital ties the knights left for Home. A Boston May 24 a the Dei a Encampment of knights Templar Ched Home from their Richmond tour the p. M. They were met in Roxbury by the Boston Encampment of knights in Prois Ion marched through several of our principal streets to masonic Hall. The Demota knights Are eloquent in their appreciation of the Hospital ties Exten ded them by their Southern Bret hem. Liverpool May 14.�?richardson s. Amp co. Quote breads ufos More buoyant since the departure of the valid Erbil and City of Baltimore. Flour held for an Advance but was difficult to sell. Quotation 11@14. Holders of wheat an Advance of 6d which checked sales and business was limited Western red 8 and Lis White 10s@6d@lls@5d, Southern 10s 9d@13s. Corn yellow and mixed at an Advance of 2@3d, mixed 6s@6d@6s@8d, yellow 6s �8d@7s@6d, White 7s@9d@ 9s@4d. Washington May 24.�?the instructions to of Molster co Mexico contemplates the acquisition by the a a. S. Of perpetual control Over the isthmus of Teho Unte Pec and the straightening of the line of the Gladson purple from the Rio Grande to the Gulf of California terminating at Gua Ymas also a mixed commission for the settlement of claims. The consideration has no been fixed but a mar a will be left to it or. Mclane discretion under the condition to the awards against Mexico shall be deducted. No negotiations is to be opened with Senor Mata. The birthday of Queen Victoria is being celebrated to Day by the English residents of the City. The English vessels in the Harbor and some of the hotels Are decked with flags and the steamship Persia fired a Royal Sal Taat noon. Thompson Bros state that the amount of genuine notes with forged Sig Natum on the Brighton Market Bank mass already returned from Wall Street is several thousand dollars. A the Philadelphia p. 0. Question continues to excite much comment and it is now thought that John Robbins jr., will succeed or. Press to. The president has appointed Coli Stambaugh of a Surveyor general of Quot Utah. There is no doubt that immediate measures will be taken Fiir protecting the from attacks thereon by the famished pikes speakers. The expenses for the collection of the Revenue of n. Y. Will at the commencement of the next a Ter be reduced to the extent of $i00 �0 annually. Washington May 24�?a thorough re co nuisance of All the mail routes is being made with a View of curtailment at every Point where it is practicable Tho Jet serious detriment. To the pub c. While in Many cues service a. Altogether been discontinued in others to amp null a of trips has been red ced from daily to Tri weekly and from Tri weekly to weekly. Acting on this principle the p. 0. Dept. Has within the last two months effect cd an annual saving of about a million and a half dollars exclusive of about $500,000 saved by the refusal of the p. M. General to put into operation the. Nearly 700.routes org Ted in 1858, Lut for the support of which there was. No appropriate oui made it is no probable the service will be cur tailed to any of the a Railroad lines. The six it acting Onida Hopmen Wber were tots in get a ii no and Iba Thering of some of their comrades at the naval Academy in april last have been reinstated to their former positions. Nied Byaro or <12 officer left Thia tue i evening for lamp Floyd a Tabor or. Bryan of the Evem no pm Shwu if from Parili in try it to a this to the Emp ror a delay in Leavi pans is Ovri Ungto a in Iscore Ery of a combination Amon the a Jaf to a the Quarter of la a Iii to make trouble in m. Chang Arne or and am Rio in ii Ais a to have been in the combi hat on of temp Perot was made Ware of their Cheme but my de no ar�3ts % the obvious in i thai Heded not or tit the affair to get wind in Austria. To it fwd ver let the co Spira tora know that he win aware of heir operations and for greater Security recall cd the Duke of Malakoff from London and placed Hiya at the head of the Home Foree. Consisting of 200,000 men. A a -.a�, arrival. Of steamship Asia. Albany May sit i the comptroller advertises of amp a a amp be per cent Ranhof $350,000. Proposals Are to be received till june 23dufi Liumis of not less than $500p. The $100,000 Worth of new a York and Erie it Serti Finai to in burnable on the lit of oct new a Wiki a received in Payr Mcnitt Biily for the i amp am Ron Haf 94tli> est i she ent Washin a Street was destroyed at 12 Odd a Jas ii Gilt los a ii it $600a Yii Alfini a to a the adoption 0 re Tab to Kmety a a declaring to a so. No or Yolk Kay 26.-tfi� 8teams% Asia from Liverpool 14th Hist Ajmo to Iii a. M. Napoleon s departure from ohm cd was a perfect ovation and reception it a in Noa where be aved Dot "q�e"�2sl he issued a stirring address to tie a my in a Oiring discipline old stating a us fears Wei a that they iwo la id saw cd cml Enthis Siam. He was expected to. Proceed to the army on the 14tb. The King Sardinia visited the emperor at Genoa. Ial Sardinia Bulleri Ltd ii Iii be to report Retro de Woven Ennis by amp a aus it tons whose head qua temme i Robbio the Sardi fans had re fax cd in their Hirmer position. The Bir Ilish fit form Fly proclaims strict neutrality and i Witt subjects against violations. The Quot we de i apartment issued import Arit i Tim author a izing the formation of Volunteer corps throughout England. Activity m the Eftig Lish Dock Yards is equal to that at the High est of the crimean War. The parliamentary elections Are a a Fly All Over. The result iras last Kjep oium. The army of Lyons was under inv Fer Italy this would raise tue Foch too it in Italy to about 200,00 5. French legislation on pm Laws ii postponed sine die. The Bank of France lost 25 millions of of nines in specie during the month a bourse had been Active a us higher but declined % on the 13th, closing at 6�f 65e. The Pic be ctr a Mission of Prince win Derc Grats to St. Petersburgh abandoned. The German diet has adopted a proposition to put the Federal Garris amp Noh a War footing. The prussian Chambers have byte unanimously authorized a War Lola of by their gov t. Advices fit m Turkey report increasing agitation in the provinces. Buffalo May 26.�?thp joke. Erie and Buffalo Steamboat company its organization and appointed r. B. Chapman superintendent. The boats. City of Bufi Gilo and Western Metropolis will make nightly trips Between this City and Cleve land commencing. June 8th, Ftp Cleveland dead of the St. Rucj Iola. Several bodies he Fevo Bee Uii a recently in the Vicinity of the scene of the disaster to the Steamer St. Nichola Quot i cd Are known to be the remains of Iho whose lives were lost by the Accident the officers of the Daniel Boone which boat arrived at Memphis on thursday report that not less than Twenty three Boes Ltd been taken from the River in the Vicinity of Gen. Pillow s Plantation. Capt. Halliday of the Pacific reported that they Dis Rover two bodies a Short distance below Helena which were identified As the remains of Captain Mcmullen and i amp i Dunnica. The body of mrs. Glime the wife of the late Ben. V. Glime was found in the Vicini of Delta and sent on to St. Louis., the Washington cd Are deut of Tea pm Adelf a press Nijs Quot All the stories now circulating a the press to the effect thai senator do a As has made certain peaceful propose Tidis Quot to the administration and that Lii e is a i eve of being Recola Kiledj &c., Are fabrications judge Douglas has nothing to qom promis not St ing. He we a maintain has assumed in the Senate and in in Dunois to the end a cd if the a a Tunis traction comes to it so much to lib by to in Fer edit Obi courtesies in i milk there is in this City not flirt emf ois Fth the Democrat office a cd that has five be Siat imperfectly formed Heads other Tat Quot pets it lm4he appearance oui Ordinary calf Quot a Lou. Journal. And the re is in this City Oft than the journal office an that la five or six imperfectly Forine Heads in other respects it has he appear nine fan Ordinor coffin ti6n in Quot nem some curious Fikota Iii a hem. The moan Laid fat the ovo pro i Juu Imti no rope an i woul excite com ment than they seem to do the London openly accuses the Dowby ministry of elevating ,the,,, Side ration of immense cd a tribute to tha election fund of the Derby Nutey and it As pointedly refers to Cire bars Mut Tea War office advancing the prior said for the billeting of Soldi Erain places he jut opposition majority Waif i a Ither lift . Help for it Alt count Cavour the pome a mantels psf air Iarj or. Reecht a Casau,.edttardrt&eneifyorit2io a italia thatt Tautui Volant in 4ht United skates a list Tefis mail he Var. Which Ai the Date of Fth Terri round it in a flex of Pilsen so Iii. R if i to % a

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