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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - June 1, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana ¥30?� p Ril Omli to. W-a.-sr3srb, . H Scriven coir to racial is Authonia a to wave 8ub- he and for. The fort a rep anglican to thu i a Fiir ply of Obj. Be Indianapolis to Winal has a Tor some disc timing the que tin As Quot to we incr the the Republican��Rtt-for--1860 should distinctly or not a declare whether congressional or Spurlar should be adopted As a Means for the exclusion of slavery from the territories orto prevent in a further spread in this country. Its cd no la Sioris Are that either in Waight circumstances should seem to indicate a necessity therefor but that it would be impolitic and unwise to de to. Either As a principle of action Lind ing on the republicans in the coming Cam git. It is the Mission of the Republican party to. Prevent the further sex of slavery arid to bring Back the action of the gov a rement to the policy of its for Rio ers and to. The practice of those who fir a half Century Oil in noisier it when Sla was the except tip Ai an Daft in the Rule of to Tion it and Jfhn the this shul be accomplished by a the Golem mental the do or Jun which the Tern a re and a a Vry is hav lib tit. Go Vei Weill popular Sovy re grit that is by. Allowing the to do a St la by please to Eitl Ferto it Esco Fude in or adopt it we a Imp a to Oil Rof my end Ai not he end itself and therefore to bind the party up to either would simply be binding it up to the use of certain specific Means to the exclusion of other me att which might be found to to under certain circumstances More effective. T he journal thinks if we state its position correctly and do that the Means to be employed 80 that they at a honorable Are unimportant it is the end to be accomplished that need in View. Let the platform the declare unequivocally the opposition of the Republican i it arty to the further Extension of slavery but not incorporate in it j ithe Means by which that purpose is to be effects and that Mil leave a wide Plank upon which the opposition ought to White to overturn the present the Indianapolis journal seems to have been led into the question in combating the Lafayette journal which ii lists that popular sovereignty should be distinctly declared As a principle in the platform of the Republican party. The Marion to ital thinks it has discovered an inconsistency in the argument of the Indianapolis Job Tibia on the question but we do not a with it for we confess not to have Lisbo Vered any such inconsistency. Our co temporary at Indianapolis thinks that congressional sovereignty is right and if by it the end in View can be reached it would prefer that Mode of reaching it but if on the contrary popular sovereignty can. Effect that purpose while the other can not it would not refuse the Boon though offered in a Way it does not think the Best we see no inconsistency in this. The discussion of the qution has attracted very general attention throughout the state and the Republic a papers have spoken out on the subject Quot freely and so for As we have observed Thwe seems to be a Vety general Pinion among them that the Means to be resorted to to effect the end in View should not be stated in the platform of the party while the purpose itself should be very distinctly set Forth. In this latter conclusion we most heartily concur. Be he lib by state s Frison to be located at fort Wayne. The commissioners appointed to select a Puie and make a location for the erection Ofra new Ilin Flthe St be for months put in visiting Serai Printis in the Hoh Herold of. The state examine Mai coating advantages red it no a they met it Indianapolis on monday the 16th of May. To decide the question and make their re up Mich City la amp com ?fov4he adv Risal or in of the location i Strong delegations Ftp in of the a Points were in attendance to press their res Tiv a a claim Uton the commis Sione Raptor Days the question vibrated in the minds of the commissioners Between a saute Logansport. And fort Wayne a comr Divay we would p. Hear that Logansport hadit eally received the evocation at another so on for ten was involved in doubt 8&metimes one town chiming it and at an other it time another torn and so on until to eve Ning to w 26th, when a dispatch we Al ived Here Desly ing that the comm to rally. Favor a no of our bit from Indianapol it last a port rest w a Hai tto my Best of Evide no a , Andi fal to Beni Yii Rin complot with the Law in by Tui a the St eat fed in if on in selected he shod. Is Wilt Soj Pip a t a a a j 1imted in this. Pm Mem mar it pikes i mint a inc of fun Iii re c. T f a Lutos tie Ibok id Zilfi Btl head endings Sci no in Amod the returning Emigrant ifs Louvri tfx sism to ii hat the 8t�g up a a by to Naime of a lug reduced Toat i Alp of whom Betti i 8ondnce,d4i�t4ti�n,&Quot-Thtit on one of the Etc ing Tai Iother t Wolf llea4 it feat h�o8b<iayto sustain for a Little Thor own Iii bes arid that on Thel it in path of a second Nej the Quot other arid Only nearly eve . A Maii Iby the Namet a Gibbs had reached the mines in a starving condition who sex pro Sass the belief that his company Niri in number had All perished. �.\ve.g1we a go of numbers that were returning who were pm denied by the deceptions which had upon that they were threatening destruction to the Bordera ties As an act of vengeance upon those who had been the instruments of their misfortunes. The War department at Washington has deemed it necessary to Send out Lai escorts to the trains of army supplies to protect them from attack by the return Fig Pike s speakers such , is the destitute and deplorable Condi Tich to which the Many emigrants to pikes Peak have been re duo a. We Luve had from the first no Confidence in the reports which have Troin time to time been or curated through the press of the Cour iut in regard to the existence of Gold acres site Tor miners on the a a Scerri slope Rocky mountains. We have not double the amp to Many of these flattering reports were gotten up by interested parties for the purpose of making Money put of the emigrants who might be induced to Start for this supposed Eldorado. These parties were interested some in one thing and some in another one class were interested in steamboats and wanted passenger another in hotels and wanted guests other s were stage proprietors or transportation companies and others again wanted to sell City lots or wild lands somewhere on the route and some there May have been who expected to divert that flood of emigration to the mexican territory of Sonora for Politi Cal Puri Sest but let the object be what it May or the parties who they May one thing is certain that the emigrants Hare been deceived grossly de Civ a Many of whom Are now returning in a fam Ishing condition after burying Many of their compan i oils and leaving others to die by the Way May their Way Home to Tell of their suffer Ings and wreak vengeance upon their deceivers on whom no retribution we confess is Likely to fall on this a Alfh equal to their deserts in reflecting upon this subject we have the satisfaction of knowing that we have from time to time raised our Violet inst this deception and cautioned our people against being led astray by what we believed to be false reports. The i Tass convention at Cleveland. tuesday the 24th of May a convention of some ten thousand persons assembled at Cleveland Ohio to express their Earnest protest against the perversion of our free institutions As Practised Oberlin Rescue cases under the odious fugitive slave Law. The Case referred to above and which occasioned the assembling of these vast nmn Bers of men together our readers a re already acquainted with and we need not now particularized it. It is sufficient to say that a Nunier of the most respectable Irien Quot of the state were heavily fined and imprisoned by the District court of the United states for having aided in the escape of a negro Quot lamp of who had been arrested and was about to be carried off into slavery under a Law which la Many very Good and very Intel gent men to sleeve to be unconstitutional. The conduct of the slave catchers this Case and the officers of the court before whom the res cups were tried for the part they took in the matter were so offensive and the penalty inflicted so seven that the Law was tade thereby More odious than Ever before Sirice it was placed on the statute Book. Quot this a convention of the freemen of Ohio assembled to protest against All these proceedings As we it to be before stated and agairist4th� Law if a of. This is a Rie in a quiet finn arid pm re Coly co Stith Way. It gave Public expression to tile opinion of a vast number of the Meni of Ohio on the subject alluded to. The Nuri Ibers in attend Ance and the proceedings Tife Melves Are no insignificant matter for reflection a and their effects upon he Public mind Tare of no inconsiderable consequence. There was no undue excitement attending the Scull is no Hasty and impassioned action taken but a cml deliberation under consideration. St the was am Rig the number and addressed the Assembly a a Ione temp re a in it ration. Other edit ment were theire and coun Elj the proc a jogs arid if a a ski Odd Ablest Ween to Static a and uni Ted states gout it a out of Tiease now pending before / the i me Sta Teji where in L�Ng-8ton1andibuslmeutworo�>thlspriwn�rb a ii. M Timm i for the Mitory and adopted a a Sifian which is a a pm Bli Cantil a Clare in Coly a r Ty-traejisifor7 fit gave emment is to be found in the self evident truths of the Decinti of ind Epen ase uncoated i i65��w�xt denies that the Constitution of the a a slavery into the Terri tories but that it is a creature of special legislation. Quot if . The be the Demancy a arid party Puri Sis. Quot the it declares that governments de live the just Powers Fyk m the consent the governed Quot and slut it is Groper that the people of an organized territory should be permitted to elect their own officers and Enid to their own Laws free from congressional arid be Cuttle control and the it Freedom is National and Sia very sectional and he Repis Bli Caris of Kan Sas Are inflexibly Opp cd to Quot the Extension of slavery to soil new free. Jih the admiriistrati<ip��%6 for its feeble we Iii Pete thin the enforcement of the Laws of the the Lafrican Slaye so mention is re est a to provide in the Bili of rights that i either slavery nor inv Sun tary servitude except for the punishment of crime Small exist in Kansas. Besides these resolutions in the platform there Are others one in favor of the Home Stead Billi another condemning the presi Dent for ordering the Sale of Public lands in Kansas and other territories at a season of Generali depression which resulted in impoverishing thousands another against Ina posing political disabilities on foreign Citi Zens other than Thos by the naturalization Laws of the u. S., and another in favor of fostering the Coria Merce of the West by improving Rivers and harbours by the government of the u. The Reading of these resolutions was received with applause after which a Long Dis a Ussin ensued on the third rest Outing rela Ting to the non interference of Congress or the executive in the appointing of officers or the passage of Laws for the government of the territory but which was finally adopted with the others. Horace Greely of new York we pros ent and made a speech occupying nearly two hours in its delivery. A territorial committee Yas appointed and the Day was Al Ogeth or a Bright one to Quot Liti Fly for Kansas. The Texas democratic state convention Ohio in the Umby convert tied met in Quiej a adj determined Yff he to not Yei head Rhatig the Decio _ it n a i Al a the democracy of Texas held a state convention on the 3d inst., to nominate state officers and by a unanimous vote adopted the following platform of principles resolved that the citizens of the Southern states have that i indefeasible right to carry their slaves into any territory belonging to the United states and there to exercise and enjoy All rights of ownership and property As freely and fully As in the state fran which they Era migrated and that any interference with or obstruction to the enjoyment and exercise of their rights As Southern citizens by the government of the United states or by the inhabitants of any territory would be a violation of the rights of the Southern states which they possess As Sovereign states and co equal members of the american a resolved Hasa the democracy of Texas recognize in the supreme Coli fat of the United states in the dred Scott Case a True and just exposition of the constitutional Powers and duties of the Federal government in the territories and the limitations thereupon and that nothing less thai the uniform execution of those Powers and duties and the continued Observance of the limitations thereupon can do Justice to All of the states and preserve their Equality. Resolved that we deny the possibility of the existence of the Power of the legislature of any territory whilst tie Constitution prevails by unfriendly legislation or Obj ii Wise to defeat the rights of property in slaves or practically refuse adequate Protection thereto. It is Here clearly dlare4 that the Southern states have the right to carry their property including slaves into the territories of the United states and hold them there and that any interference with this right by the government of the United states or the inhabitants of any territory., would be a violation of their rights. That is neither can Congress or the people of a territory prohibit slav from being established Iri any territory of the United states. And that their right Are secured to emd they claim by the Constitution of the United states As interpreted Byrthe supremo court of the muted states in the dry do a Ott Case which interpretation they say is a just and True a a a position of the Powers of the general Vern Merit under that instrument. And then it to Mako the More Casion Mph Hanow lately i coir Seiv it no Qon do Novince me no Ubay it Rte Sta a to Foceri in pose Ujiie ass Meiy Hmar acte Nuj Matt Ter la aset of i girl rant fellow who a i gift to to a Hool amp Cir amp it t the Quot press of Northern ind will scan Pel deem it neck by to-ma1�e i %"de4 Fence against of the a charges. Rem ii King the source from which they a a min but there is an inquiry. That Naa be Mejia. or a put or noted for the a tiie Vitus to Winand abuse hich Affili its columns a -. Paper in whih it very Seldom Hap pet to that an editorial Para pm Quot i pears . The Quot a inking s English is not my St shockingly Wasi led to death a paper in which frequent Siccle King self Laudat ions appear enough to a pit a while a co a Unity. Tomii such. Amp paper we say should Sei itself up As a. Judge of editorial ability and editorial courtesies is amp matter that May properly be end Jared into. We cannot help but. Think that when. Quot or see Quot comes Orward to censure the press for its ignorance it of the most Laj Ashable arid ridiculous. Exhibitions that has lately been4vritriessed. That s about what we think of the subject whatever our Contemp Prario May think or following is its last tilt 0 7 the Marshall county Democrat says the fort Wayne pars have turned a cold propps ded Conven Tion and then proceeds to comment Wile some severity Jun the slow edit Oit of Lihe slow town of fort Wayne. Neighbour we have not turned a cold shoulder a id the proposed convention we have i Otic it and published the Call and Interi a if we can to be inc Atteridg no a when it comes Uffe so do no t court us Aga Irist the convention. Fori Ivilyne re publican. Count us not Only a a giving the cold shoulder to that convention but. the opinion that its mental calibre and business Talent could be improved by going to Penn Sylvanus and returning to Indiana some of the mules who in the schooldays of Barr the editor of the Pittsburgh Post. Call him slow if you please and copy of 27t7i. Speech of Clarke Langston to try to get True it thinks under. Oen. Fierce s and to Tio amp but Liat aug to Pam Ndow Quot Iri habits Noffa Jpn Cas ii Vorak is Tbs i to Quot air no a at Iott o the United states. Quot t Quot when Clarke Langston the coloured Man who was sentenced to sixty Days imprisonment and to pay a Fine of $600 for the part he took in the Oberlin Rescue Case recently tried before the u. District Cour for the Southern dist. Ohio was called up by the judge and asked what he had to say Why sentence should not be pronounced a in wimp to. A Moi it in mitigation of the sentence which eloquence and Force Abl Ness is rarely a i baled by by the very Best efforts of the White race. It was published by the sum Iii co. Beacon occupying Over two columns. We wish we had room to copy it but we have not. It is certainly Worth the perusal and careful study of All those who think the african Only fit to be a slave one who has no rights which White men Are bound to respect and therefore subject to be bought a sold As any other chattel. Unlike the of or horse this chattel whom we Are describing Speaks out like a Man and we con t help but think that he is a Man. Americanism in i Louisiana or. Eustes an american representative Congress fret Louisiana to a Leith in declining a Renom mation gives m his adhesion to the democratic party in the following language Quot in the presidential contest where the Field will be occupied by the Republican and democratic forces marshalled in Battle array no Southern Man can hesitate As to his ple. No son of Louisiana can mistake his Banner for whatever errors the democratic party May have committed and it undoubtedly has Many to answer for whatever inconsistencies it May have fallen into we inst Bear in mind tha a South err men Southern statesmen ruled supreme us councils and held its destinies in their hands. The Field will be occupied by the Republican and democratic forces and Ince their will be no american or what is the Mariie thing nol know nothing organization kept up nor any nominations Iii add by to la ii to or. Eustes finds congeniality of political sentiment with the demo Nuy and the naturally Falls in tfx Irra Andy to the reasons he assigns for doing sip Stew the party which is Hen Forth his a Egiens an extra Erie Southern Tio Naji party for nor of us doubt his amp la ration that Quot Isi Oit a Emmen Lhumi statesmen have ruled a preme fit the of Uniza of the. Government Quot Arm Field is destinies in thru ads Jot at least some Sii years past. the editor of the Charleston my Rybas been Siperl nth Ndu of t Public print ii at Quot Washington. I is a Jank did or zionist but that undoubtedly has Verj a Eidos of recommending him to Tor. The in Ter the trait a if he comes from the Sutti the Knofl i succeed with the i ident a. Ftp or the Pittsburg i Pena Jotter Dvo cat Ltd eve nomination of judge a Cofean for past ent in 186p�by the. Rept Talican party and the Dayton go Ette endorses the suggestion. The judge is a Clear headed Inan a Spund Republican and would make a Good presi Derit but we suspect a is age a put be by Rifi Uch against him in securing a nomination. See it noticed by the Toledo Blade that there were present at the Mansfield band convention held on wedgies Day the 25h inst., about 12000 persons that much drip Kenness ensued that the jail not being Large enough to hold All the arrested a barn had to be had As a temporary jail and in a fracas one Rhian was killed. Rather an unprofitable affair we should judge. E see it Ripe feed in our despatches on saturday last that the Captain of the Slayer Echo a been i fitted of course aft a a grand jury had a tested against the Law prohibiting the importation of slaves no one expected a Southern Jii i could be found to convict a Man engaged in that inhuman traffic. fro Rii a letter just received from a gentleman residing in Ohio and who hits recently been travelling through Pennsylvania new York Maryland and Virginia and who has an extensive acquaintance with the politicians of the country we Leam that the leading democrats in those states show a decided preference for John c. Breckenridge of Kentucky for the nomination of the Charleston convention for president. Toledo Pablic schools. We Are in receipt of the report of the superintendent and boards of education of the Public schools of Toledo Ohio making a pamphlet of one Hundred and twelve pages in which Are to be Fot irid a copy of the Laws of 5hio regulating the schools of the state the by Laws of the Board of Educa Hon. Cju Alonje Varl it Bles showing the number arid grades of scholars in attendance the financial condition amp a. &c., with remarks by superintendent on the general management of schools. The pamphlet furnishes much information of value to those who Are charged with educating the . Attack on an . The Toledo times for some time past has been censuring the management of the u. Express company declaring it an Odi Ous monopoly and reflecting particularly on one of its agents at Tokyo the merits of which we know nothing about. This agent it appears concluded to reply to the editor of the times by other weapons than the pen and accordingly he attacked him at the depot and a fisticuffs ensued but no injury done he editor who came off without a scratch As we learn from a statement of the affair in the times morning. Well neighbor All we have got to say is discharge your duty faithfully and let consequences take care of themselves. Expose wrong wherever you find it. Pay no attention to threats fists bludgeons or Bowie knives your pen is a better weapon than either of the a. For the forty Ync Republican. The Bridi. By Rea Merl. Conflict s of authorities. Judge Iscott of the supreme court of Ohio Quot -.l�-. Here to Envie he Volt Therdo ,tronguteirms�a9 cd used that it is not Isi Orv a he people a to �k�ep8lav�i7�out Dougls is us Fri Ridly leg a tips and the a Pular Sove Wicnty oct of ? the a Gancin Nati Pla form of a a la a democratic to la lb56i oni Whitt president Tjw we roots Aridi Thini a a has allowed writs of Hareas cot jus to Issue directed tithe sheriff of Guyah county on he application of Sim Bush Nelly and and imprison sixty Days dug be ill son of the a District court Forit fio nor Thern District of Oberlin Rescue Case. The question is to Teai used at Colum is monrow4hej inst before the Yuul Nch i Lack the Iwori and the Happli to Wiir Ted from in Soj Ament Hie they i a Goa act i twi nth All in White the Bride was dressed for the marriage hour. Diamonds glittered on Mieir breast. In her hand a Flower Orange blooms were in her hair fresh from Southern climes in heralds Rich rare that like the sea Star shiites. When the wedding guiets came in Gay Wuh curls and plume Gallant knights with spurs to win Cheeks of Calamine Bloom. To the Triest with Mien a a Prstt to bless the Bride a by Tiki wept in ild Dos at the bridegroom s Side. Quot daughter Rhy those tears of thine Quot spake the , Quot fonder solemn guest is mine Chamel treads i know and the Maiden cried with fear As w Ith apis Friess tread messenger More near. Witolf his cold arms spread. Quot guest a Nib did in came i Here pour the Ruby wine spend the night in bridal cheer of Hong the Bridene Tea Maiden s quickened breath Eyb v told them Enger ,. And the maid my Birdie. Is a her or Ira Tiwi bridegroom Lon spa re the another said but pm vain Hereit Earmand moan Foi the Allan Isle the Bride waa Dressi i Forth Jfhn and a lips we we Day pre Wedis a t a a a i Iii Chi i Quot Fea Itol Fandt. 8t. Lorais. May a lass. Chaises 1�, Bancy esq., editor Winbus which. You do me the Honor to request my opinion i the so called two years a i dment to the Constitution Assar Ofiu Wittst 1 r�p1vni�i�ult�tion7that if any such measure j should be propose Dnn Missouri i should Uppit to the Best of my ability Aud i cold it not act with a Par that hould attempt left slam. Tion a part of its Creed ,. Tou do me a but simple Justice when you say in you note hat All who Vituj my Public course Are aware How strongly i am up posed to any proc riptide or inimical measure against adopted citizens a have Ion Manj to amp asian avowed Why entire it a itly a a Tion with the naturalization Laws As they Row stand a they h a a a come Down to us from the Adir ministration ofor. Jefferson and i have always resisted every attempt to Imp a i observe with pleasure that the leaders and principal organs of the Republic Ari party have with few exception expressed Ith Feir decided dissent from the so called two my adapted in Massac in Sfotts and it is Worth yet of notice that what the Strong Republican cps ties in that state voted against the. Amendment it wrist adopted by the vote of those co cities and towns in which the so called democratic party has the Ascendancy the entire vote of the. State own the amendment was less by 9,000 votes than that Cut by the bogus democracy for or. Buchanan in the last presidential election. It is Clear therefore that if they had desired its defeat it was in their Power to defeat it and if they ha4 cast As Strong a vote against it As was cast by the republicans in the rep Hcan counties of the state its defeat would have been accomplished. It cannot be denied therefore that the bogus democrats who Are now clamouring against the republicans on account of this amendment Are themselves responsible for this odious feature which has been engrafted upon the Constitution of Massachusetts. Respectfully your out serv t flak up. Blair. A Bxs a struck blindness. The Waterboro A Sun of the 27th ult says on sunday last the Rev. . Billinger announced to his congregation the melancholy fact Liat the Rev. Bishop Davis of a the diocese of South Carolina had almost entirely lost his Quot eyesight. The rain Boad cases a the decision of judge Grier in the Railroad cases against the cite Reli yes the City from $700,000 of her Railroad dt�?$400,000 to the Allej Ghent Valley and $300,000 to the Steuben Ville. The county subscription of $700,000 to the Allegheny Valley stands we suppose upon the same Legal basis As that of the cite a and a therefore be considered As subject to the same result. The loss to the Bond holders by this decision May the fore be set Down at $1,4qd,000.�?piite. Gazette. Death of Humboldt. The last foreign arrival brings the sad Wii Olive death Otyla rajon a Husia olb in the most remarkable Man perhaps the world contained. Feb Debick Henry Alexander Humboldt was born at Berlin september uth 1769 he therefore was 90 years of age he was a the ller student and author and his attainments in scion be unsurpassed. Travellers in Europe have been wont to visit Humi Jolt As the greatest Liv my curiosity of the continent. Humboldt published his travels in 12 volumes As Long ago As 1810. His labors continued up to the Day of his death his intellect remaining Clear and vigorous. Another Hareas Corpus. We learn from the Cleveland Herald that judge Scott of the supreme court of Ohio has granted an order on the sheriff of Cuya hoga co., to have the bodies of Bushnell and Langsdon the two convicted and sentenced rescuers before the judges of the supreme court at Columbus on wednesday the 25th inst at 10 o clock a. M. Judge Scott has directed that the full Bench of judges have notice of the hearing on the 25th, so that All can participate in it. Cincinnati deep interest we watch the progressive Steps of our merchants mechanics and professional men. The real greatness of our City has been achieved by indomitable perseverance the go ahead a Riveness of men live men of such men As Nicholas Longworth and Miles Greenwood. Indeed we should say no two in the whole West have done More to make it great at Home or abroad. A Friend just returned from a tour in the old world says Quot in Liverpool and Manchester birding Ham and London in Paris and other manufacturing districts the name of Miles Greenwood is As familiar As Here while that of Len Worth is equally As familiar in Bor Deax. Burgundy and Beau Joliase Garonne and Rohney and All throw the wine Quot districts on the Rhine. Non est sine Pulvere . Press. Editors Silig pistol. From the Natov Iuchi Tenn. Neva she the leading editorial of Erway is a mar Occas pried a Perhai misunderstanding by tween or. By Aumont of that journal arid or. Poindexter Othi Uman a a Early yesterday the latter called on the for Mer at his office for an\.explaiiati5rir after some words Therea amp a i respect to blows. Bystanders Iii hostilities Vire re interrupted. Iri tie evening the two gentlemen met Iri Cedar Street up a site the so at cap1tp�,d, sex charged Pistor Sho tis Quot one of which took Effe Tiri or bean sprit s leg. We Leam with pleasure that the wound a though i a pail one will probably Quot a traded a by Rio Sirlouis Conse-quinc�3. The particulars of the difficulty and Hostila ise Etrig will be spread before the Public we Are informed by the gentlemen themselves or their friends in due time. He do Accad Oso so a a i the Stew a the Lei. Fem from Savanah was put any went in Laver Pool Dock to ibo Stib Cotton and Timber. Enois Ain a the Queen reviewed the the a a Wimch to a Anster arrived at Quot i Dou on the 14th, Prince Lou says the in Fth Suc Cess of a army in Italy is so great that we soon Date for the deum or thank ski for the i cup act i punt Nel week. pfc be i commanded by Prince Papoleo ii left Paris on the 14th for Toulon. A train of seige Artille had also left for Italy. V Ity As to morph that been sat to Hungary and that the hungarian Iii Are effectually employed in fomenting insurrection in their country. I it was reported that the emperor Kap its Leon to whore leaving Paris addressed a letter to Queri Victoria repeating his Promise to take no step during the War to Compromise the interests of England. loan of 75,-000000 is to be at 5 per cent., payable in Silver acid will be Issue at 70. Nothing further from the., seat of War. official bulletin of the 14th says the austrians withdraw to Day from Robbio but a second and still stronger recon loitering party had been pushed Forward to the Walls of Vercelli. The emperor Napoleon with Marshall Canrobert Rode through the streets of Alexandria on horseback and were everywhere received with great demonstrations of Joy. despatch from Berlin says the diet was closed on the l4th, by the Prince in person who in a speech said that Prussia was determined to maintain the balance of pm wer in Europe and stand up of the Security and Protection of the National interests of Germany arid expected All the German confederated Powers to stand firmly by her Side in fulfilment of that Mission. The naturalization of eight Federal corps de Armee is completed. Prince we. Fred Rick commander in chief. India and China Maili arrived at London with dates Calcutta 8th, Hong Kong 28th. News unimportant French troops had captured Saigon a place of considerable strength in Cochin China. The american frigate Germantown and Sceamer of ssh Filppi were. Trade at Canton was suffering much from exaction of the mandarin Latest London May 17.�?dispatches from Rome say that Duke j e Gar Mont left that City on the 15th in consequence of a telegraphic order som the emperor. A dispatch from Vienna says an English Steamer with the Indian mails was overhauled off Vassina by boats from a French warship. An official bulletin at Turin announces the movements of the austrians from St Sadella towards dog Here. Charles Collatti amp co., of Birmingham failed to Day. There has been a further recovery in Illinois Central shares but Erie has declined. Htmat by j�i�r2@ooiaajot�tr. _ Jet Unju int if it it Cotaia fio Ltd i South Psi Ion 00. Ives Small Fott Leuyin a. Small dem. Low is re rib Orte an dem. Ids in Doc Ond co s., Quot Foo keep. A Etc about maj Hank co. Quot Letcher 150 co. 6pn293 i. Two option Udom a Ember of the i by Lre i Ai All opposite of representative elect to the Lii a flirt Bay a steamers i ii a evac it co to haveven75 and a timid Ai land counties each 600 maj. For goggib.-�?. The following Are left heir no Pritim bar Bour co. 40q, Lewis co. 375 a itt Dodridge co. 3 a Harrison co 118/ bit Chi co. 250. Washington May 28.the following in a list of the officers ordered to the Steamer Sim Jacinto preparing at n. I for the african station. Capt. Armstrong Lieut. Donaldson Hughes a Digan j Hopson and loyalty Quot Ting my Ster. A. P. Choir Purser Barry chief eng Sansoni Middle bit mass. May 28.�? the steam saw planing and Box Wood Mill of Benson and Smith and the err. Depot and p. 0. At the South of Middlebury station of Cape cod r. R. Were destroyed by fire Lait night no insurance. Ii Providence 1. May the Jour nah publishes a Trai lation of a air culpa issued by the provisional Giyer t of Tuscany rehearsing the local events which preceded the abdication of the grand . The Only new a its Tabby is that just previously to. His tha pvt Leopold sent i san the Arch Duko to the up Strep of St. Geo a or Era no the commandant to fire upon the City which order the latter foray refused to obey. Providence May 28.�?last evening As or. Burrill Arnold of Centre Ville Wannick was sitting in his store was instantly milled by some person unknown. The Ball entered his Back Between the moulders. He had just returned from this City. Leav a Worth Liay 28.�?the Pike s Peak mail with dates from Denver City arrived Here last night with Fuji pm Gers and a Small amount of dust in the hands of passengers. Provisions were arriving at the mines and the general affair Haye improved Columbus 0., May 28.�?in the Habera Corpus Case the decision is postponed until monday 3 new York May 28.the Vigo for Liverpool took out i irly $700,000 in specie. The Weser for Southampton $60,000 and the Arago upwards of a million and a Quarter. Savannah May "28.�?capt. Townsend of the slaver Echo is acquitted. Virginia a Lecuit Baltz my by special dispatch i just a a Cei Ved by american from the Ricl Merid Quot Hig says in l �o2 a coup lies Letcher ka9f40� majority. Thej36 count ties to Hoar Fioroni gave Wiaz 1,200 j a Hayo 8inco Lej toed a that it Texas made considerable a ins in these Italy Upha new York May 29.�?we have Buenos Ayres dates of april 9th. The american ship Austin with a cargo of Wool had been Burnt there. The Crew had been arrested on suspicion. Capt. Page s exploring expedition was to leave about the 20th, for the Paraguay. The news from the Argentine confederation is very warlike and nothing but the expected invasion by Usquiza was talked of at Buenos Ayres. The sons of foreigners had been enrolled into the service. Intelligence from Marica ibb to May,8th, reports All quiet the Castle of san Carlos pronounced april 23d, an4, was in Possession of the insurgents four Days when they surrendered. Some 50 revolutionists were arrested april 16th at Barcelona. Boston May 29.�?the steam frigate Minnesota capt Dunt arrived below this a. M. She has on Board the Crew of the bark Claremont Chaid with Mutiny and sent Home for trial by the u. Consul at Caple Tower. 28.�?rplitv Morrison a Well Krown citizen of West Troy and Deputy sheriff of Albany county was murdered late on Friday night robbed and his body thrown into the Carid Basin Froin which was recovered to Day. Washington May 27. It has been stated hat lord Lons is of the opinion that the British minister in Mexico will soon if he has not done so already recognize the Tauares government and that it is understood that he has instructions to that effect but there is no founds Iori for this statement As it is ascertained Tom t lord Lyons has no information As to the intentions of her majesty s government with regard to the contending parties in Jyi Xico it and has expressed no opinion on the subject. It was decided in the Cabinet to Day to it supersede p. M. Westcott of Philadelphia. . N. B. Brown will be Lus Success for. It is understood that , the Nickp. Guan minister has received Quot int Ellig Erice of Walker s meditated foray upon Central America and that the English and Ench admirals on that coast have instructions to seize him and his followers either ashore or afloat. New Yolk May 24.�?the Granada from Aspinwall via. Havana has arrived no news of a Teres t Oswego May 27.-Schoorier. Energy Dill master from this Muto Day for Prince Island Tovoia with Oats Fot new York. Boston May 28.- Tho a new War Hartford which. Was coi is Sion yesterday Hiotis her Crew on Board and now lies in the Stre Arii bound for the East indies . G. B. San by ing is her Flag offi Cert and a hts. Loundes the she will make a trial trip before her departure. Baltimore May 28.�?the total loss Fly the fire at key West is estimated at 300,-000, on which is an insurance to the amount of $100,c,au4n new York offices. Among the col. A bar s �stat#$35,000, Nirh. Wall amp co. $30,000, Parker amp Clark $20,000 Jas. K Iler $15,000. Peter do Mph amp $1,500, u. States $17,000, c. A a. Horn $14,000, p. A Shafer $16,600, . Campali.$l�00�.�? the fire raw i hts Houra a do Strong upwards of log a a Ding Etc Quot we 72 were stores Ware ii so a an Weeing of was Koton May Iai Genu by conceded bit the Hon. ,y a a Fem cited inthel91ifg�n York by3ck to it majority Oxire in to Wop toy the a Bronum Inuos i dein., a Lime a a a a a is mtg from i a a to a malt Mem by no a i a Ali Baltimore May 27.th4 u. Survey ing Schooner Hin Rel Cobb which Tija to Day in eight Day amp from key West Intelli Genos of the Dis action Ophat Tom by fire Vibo Inja go Complete Lith a 233 Maspn a Ifor con Gross Faulkner Democrat 85 majority oter Botler. One demo Ltd tic senator an Twa democratic Ddis Gates Are chosen to tha legit urn. I. Berkly co., Litcher 174maj. Dit Buque May 27.�?the to of fellow Block including the p. O., u. Land office Odd Fellows and masons Lodge room bib people s theatre and Severa Latores Dofie a Wero destroyed by fire last nit everything in the p. 0. And land Osba was consumed All the property in photo Dag rooms Alm lost. Lex Noton by c. A Landec jailor of Fayette , was called to Rafter re tiring Lut night sym his Abdomen a prowl a Tauy a the assailant vails. New Olban Uay Quot i the steam Tennessee with Vera a Tes to he 27ti movement Imp initiate a int la amp vorhof Santa Anna Geh. Wall the 10,000 ing Upo amp Tami. / a nil Tail Iii 8etana. Terai go pm it a Tofor doll my Whf

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