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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - May 11, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly Republican. Volume 2. Fort Wayne Indiana wednesday morning May 11, number 2 tub fort Wayne Republican Peter Bailey editor pull Thor and pro Parloto Tell cd to Vav , 3mcscncaluoiuist. Opposite per in and vault. Rates , each subsequent insertion Samo Cue year 10, Ait months 7. Three months 5. One column our year Bof ill months 50, three months 35, half column our year 50, eur Mouths three months 20 one fourth column one year 11 Bix months a Tuio cd but none of them fatally thins under the Sun tit to was great excitement at last accounts at West port Missouri o i thu Kan Sas Bonier in regard to a piece of to , with wheels somewhat like a wag on body like Tho Cabin of a Steamboat in years musts Rig Injo ac., like a sailing ves so it is denominated an eolian Fili Raiot by the editor of the Border Star but common people it a wind Wagon. It is intended to run Between we sport and Pike s Peak and Tuch is the Bonhm forc of Tho Westport people in the invention and its a Vei Tor that several capitalists have Timken Stock. It was to have commenced its Tri in trip on the 23d q3r the City election takes place on to Morrow and candidates Are very numerous ionic of whom it a expected will to Defeated. This of Ico has not been Honor i with Tho execution of a solitary ticket ant hence we Ara More than Ever freed from obligation to support any of the soliciting Par on to Morrow night when Tho votes Are counted out if the democratic tick Hull be largely elected let not the defeat cd Lay any of their ill Fote to the Ibert Wayne times May 2nd. Tho candidates arc very numerous some of whom it is expected will a Defeated.1 what wonderful Wisdom is Here displayed what a Sage announcement that when candidates plenty and running in opposition to other that some of them should expect u be Defeated. That is a precious Little moral of Wisdom that All candidates ought to remember. Again the times office has not been provided with the printing of any. Tickets and therefore its editor is under no obligation to support any of the soliciting parties. Why Whit an acknowledgement Tho print of tickets then would Havo decided the question with Tho Timet which Way its editor would have voted. We did not expect to hear so open a confession of the motives which actuated him in political matters though Many have suspected for a while that something very near Akin to this was True. Again the must not be blamed if the democratic ticket is largely Well no have occasion to blame the takes for any such disaster seeing that no such calamity has befallen the City. The democracy themselves though we suspect May Blume it for having sympathized with too much lately for their Good while the opposition we Are persuaded owe the times i vote of thanks that they bad riot support and would have liked it much if its editor had not Notor Tho election Tomt he voted with them. They sire somewhat afraid that this fact will be remembered against them hereafter for Mexico since its Cal abolishment As a Republic which is thirty seven years ago has had fifty six presidents an average of one and a half presidents annually. Globe let going to the Region. Horace Greely announces in Iho Trithi info that lie will leave new York on the 9th or 10th of May for kans and i Iku s Peak and Liat he will proceed thence t rough Utah and the great Basin to returning across the continent or y the isthmus Ai circumstances shall die Lute Lio expects to return in senator William ii. Seward Hai left new York or Europe in the Steamer w Rich sailed on inst. Has been astonished by the announcement of the of Dumas wife. Nobody knew he had a wife. Ucho tha Charleston alluding to the disc arge of the persons arrested and tried for s Avo trading on Board the Brig Echo remark. Upon la traction of the jury it in most probable they Havu been satisfied with thinking that it would a not Only inconsistent but cruel and hypocritical for them As members of a Community slaves Are bought and Soli every Day and Are As much and As frequently articles of Commerce As the sugar and molasses in Lii i they produce to pass condemnation and a verdict of death upon men whose on Scrimo was that they were going to a for cd wintry to bring in More supplies of these articles of Trade these commodities and in this Case not even to trespass upon our soil but to carry them into Market of nations. It is most probable that this t in inducing ground of the verdict and if so every other Case will be Echo to this. Further prosecution is Idle expensive am and account of a remarkable Stra Tuin of ice found in digging a Well in Vermont which he visited and examined last week. His description the ice agrees Wilh an account Given by another of our citizens w 10 is a native of the neighbourhood and w 10 has inspected famous Well. There is some curiosity to Seo whether dog Days will have and effect upon the cold Spring. To the. Ablitar of the Ruth Tript an article Hac been going the rounds of l in Laners oblate under Tho heading of ice in the having recently visited the spot where the ice referred to was found i will a Tate tha facts As i Learned them for by Benefit of your readers leaving it for them to account for Tho phenomenon a they think proper. Tho latter part of last . Am rear Trombly of Brandon vt., com. Mended to dig a Well near his House situated about a mile from the Center of the Village of brain Don on a tolerable Leve lain. Having excavated to the depth of Lueen feet through Sand and gravel the workmen Camo to ground Frozen solid through which they continued to excavate in further distance of Lifler or sixteen fuel before getting through the Frozen or Rolind. At the depth of forty feet sufficient water having obtained the Well was stoned in Tho usual manner. The Elm of the ground was same throughout he Bolu distance coarse Fravel and and Tho Frozen portion inter spurred with umps of Clear ice. At la crime the Well was dug the surface of the ground was nut Ever big ice the Well was tug up o the present time Ico forms in 1 he Well and i crusts Tho Stone at from fifteen to u try feet from the surface and the surface of the water which is thirty five Fuet by of the surface of the ground freezes Over every night. On several when the bucket has been left in the Well under he water Over night it has been found to descend the Well and with a Latch Cut the ice in order to extricate it. Boston april 25. J. H. Coob if Alabama Haa sent county treasurer it Hunts Ville As. Public funds stolen and ret mod at t in confession us. May 5. Judge Green word of Ark Ansin has accepted the commissioner ship of Indian is. Col. Johnson has returned from Mexico w 1 1 despatches firm Tho recent accounts of the i of me Ramon. Jar. Mclane however Writha and expresses undoubted Coli Jeulee in Iho ultimate Success of Juart a government notwithstanding the efforts of Tho British and French Miniatas to t irow obstacles in its Way. Our government do not be Liova that Tho British a i s under advice and they have the Best As Sii Ranco that England when she learns that t in United slates have recognized the government will advise her minister to do Tho sumo. In the mean time our government will take immediate Steps to strengthen the hands of our minister and rebuke Tho unwarrantable interference of in English and French ministers and also despatch a number of vessels to Tho Gulf to no acct the lives and property of american citizens. Step is tha Washington correspondent of Tho Philadelphia press writes everyday multiplies evidences of the determination of Iofi Southern politicians to Force Tho democratic party upon tha Roc Trino that Tho Peop c of the territories shrill have no right Over the in eject of slavery Annj that Congress must protect slavery in t if territories at nil hazards. The Louis Iho Democrat the leading administration paper in Kent Rev not on a takes this ground hut rejects thu cinc Nanti Iila form and gov brawn senator from Mississippi is out in a letter in which he asserts that the South will lie Ron tent with nothing than the Protection of s Nunry in territories and t in Federal government. The Adanti Tistl tin Tiili genre of the is yielding to this new highly important from Mexico. Liy the arrival of the Steamer Tennessee from Cruz. At new Orleans on the 26th nit., the papers of that City learn very important news from Mexico to the effect that Miramon had succeeded in eluding the vigilance of Tho Liberal forces under Amati Dia Lallave and Alatriste and Hail made Good his Retreat to the City of Mexico. Other reports say that he had several Ayr re engagements with the literal forces before he succeeded in making his Way through their lines Anil that he had reached the Cap hoi in four Days Inardi when he immediately attacked do Gohade k Foro the City and completely routed him. Two americans were killed and five imprisoned by the reaction St party after the engagement. This inhumanity had been protested against by our Consul and the Aid of the English minister had been solicited to get redress without availing anything. Still another account Bays the constitutionalists forces were overthrown with great loss at Tho City engagement. On learning that our minister had recognized the a Pircz government the Church party promulgated a protest against it and sent or. Black our Consul his passports. In All this however it is not acknowledged that the Jai Irez government had been overthrown but on tha contrary Tho read zionists were consulting upon the propriety of nationalizing Tho Church property. The Liberal party do not seem to be much Dis hearted though their conduct is censured in not taking advantage of Theirdo Mcrand possessed themselves of the City before the reinforcement of Tho read zionists had arrived. No conjectures however can be made m to what May to Tho result. Tho next May be that Jaurez has been overpowered and tha Church party National Ami amount of Tho in Lisle funded debt is hold by persons being on average of each the amount is held persons being average of each. The amount of interest on the Engleh debt is living an average dividend of o each Holder the Inin int of lie interest on the French it a i giving in aver Igo dividend of to each Holder. A i Stiop thu Arnora is a Finis. The fills in regard to tic breaking Nof a methodist confers Nice in Texas Tho expulsion of Bishop Janes Havo already been marts Public but there is one incident in the null Iii which is not generally known. When the Bishop cornered by Tho Mobile resorted for Aid to the masonic sign. To Tiv. I. Thick font in a report of the conference to one of our methodist svs. The in Trio hour of Exlie i Ity Given Hie 21 Kasunic sign the nibble Dis a Irsil and the conference was Perrin Tel to .0 close its f5 Vittit newly to the supreme Bunch in Kai Irias sustains the Well earned reputation of the government officials in that territory. A Kansas Corres indent says wears clean Linen t us Good store clothe-., hut his private conversation is a pudding of oaths and obscenity. No matter How slight or recent the acquaintance of what sentiment or calling he belches out in an in Truk ii torrent of blasphemy Ami filth never yielding the customary tribute of Reserve o thu conceded rights or presumed prejudices of total tic Pron. The Pennsylvania the test of demo Crecy. Tho cans lilith a warns us that we will Huar bul Little More Kitfu n tin ranks of the Demoa Tutte party of antagonistic or unfriendly legislation in Lla territories against its theory is pit pts. Territories hive no Cottin a whatever hat institution. A dozen men May ctn Halteh Lav cry Index Iancic of tha wishes of eighty Lou Sand Freeman. The latter cannot Abols i it. If they fail to protect it unit a do Cree of the Sipro Iii court recognizes a right o hold slaves in the territories Congress is o be invoked and Tho whole Power of the Federal government set in motion to pro Lect the rights of slaveholders. This the Ory dedicates All Ameri Unn territories to slavery and enlists All Tho Federal Powers its Protection within their limits against in will of Tho inhabitants who Are to reside in them. It destroys Crery vestige of 5opu a sovereignty. It brands the of the Nebraska Bill with falsehood. T converts the National government in an Active agent of slavery prop Gaud ism. It Placca Slavo property on a higher basis Han any other species of property. If Isis cd upon it will precipitate Tho inevitable division of the Union into two sectional la tics and forever destroy the National organization of Tho democratic party. No icon Stata will support it and no Northern senator or member of Congress with the consent of his constituents Cut vote for it. Tho democracy of Tho North have struggled Long and manfully for the presentation r the constitutional rights of the South ind Are willing to do so still. But like the prisoner in Tho Iron cell who saw its limits gradually circumscribing round him until Oit that congressional Prott action for slav by is presented As a Dogma which must be d located under penalty of fax Communia Ion. Sitf to re Diate it in terms which none can Johns May Atli. The line Between a ick Villo and Dor Cheater Jina ceased to work this morning Der circumstances which induce Well grounded suspicion that it has been Malici of isly put out of order for Tho speculators v 10 Are understood to to favored by Tho inn Gere of the Nova Scotia line to the a Chiwon of the regular press and Privato Espat abcs there is Good reason to belie to that it agora arrived at Halifax last night and int iwo will arrive Here by Telegraph or express for Tho associated press during his afternoon. Should the news reach us a Cafori the close of business its Pointa Wili be immediately published. Cincinnati Ifni on saturday last James n. Dubois Clork m oyed by Tho Hamilton Dayton company presented a Check tithe Bank signed by s. S. L loom Medious i resident and f. Short Secretary for seven Housand dollars received the Money ind for parts unknown. The forgery we it discovered till tuesday. Another forgery on a third Street Bank. Or five thousand dollars was discovered although a number of Bankers to furnished with the facts they refuse to information saying Tho matter has Cen fully settled by the forger s neither the Namo of the Bank or forger it at present. Thompson on the new York broker s Loard. Ifo Man in or out of i Civ York better i Foreland the tricks and traps of the Board of Stock la Rockrs in All their phases than John Timpson. In the last number of his de Teeler he thus describes that no Tor Ous institution. The prices of stocks Aro wholly control a Tho Public do not meddle with there is no animation at the Board owing to the absence of outside to firms am Stei Ritj pad phrases in Coutur Silmi and in print. And Why is Causo tha Public have found out that the Board is mainly an machine a quotation institution find when it is any. Ling More than this it becomes nothing than a registry office for the Timo contracts of Tho bulls and bears. If an individual takes a loan he gives one broker an on Lur to sell a few thousands i id another broker an order to buy. The Mottio r. Is made and published and the stocks or Bonds arc indexed by the machine. If a Clairj Iii of speculators who have already a cured about the entire Slock of a com Rany wish to bleed Tho bears Thuiy Tako All buyer and seller offers that Are made. And for bit throw out n Little Cash Stock Uili the Corner is effected then they buy up ill t 10 flouting in the b Uyer contracts and take up the seller contract1 they fall due. Of course the clique of up can atom bleed Tho to any extent sirt of making them lame thu clique of speculators at this Point urn bears themselves and by Tho Aid of through the registry a fico the sell nut seller s option unt they have divested themselves of their Stock. It is evident that an outsider in stocks will lose three times As often As 10 wins i and if he looks to ins friends who ire in Tho secrets of the movement for and Rice in will never win for the Stock spec i Artory Romnot serve two toasters. He must True to his clique Ami his interest and reach Orous to his outside friends. This 3 a binding moral obligation on a Stock of Rator. N t Icse i its lie the secrets of the Lack f legitimate business at the broker s Board Seal inverters Seldom Purchase through the Hoard but search the Market for what they Thant and buy at private not Ling Short of owning the Board to the Blic. Will bring Hack its former prestige and again give Confidence to its quotation. Aso Tiik Tius under the there was a great excitement at is accounts at port Missouri on Trio iwo Der in regard to a Large piece of Nccann ism with wheels Somon hat like a Vagon body like Tho Cabin of a Steamboat nil spars masts ringing like n nailing Essel. U is denominated in Eolin Char Toby Tho editor of the Fiona or Star but people Call it a wind Wagon. It t intended to run Between West port and Pike s teak and such is Tho Confidence of to we sport people in Tho invention and its no Cantor that several capitalists Ivo taken Tock. It was to have commenced its Tria rip on Tho 23d in Texas. Tho Houston Telegraph of Tho 15th nst., in its weekly review remarks the accounts from As Avo Niblo for the crops As could to desired. We do not hear of any re planting either if Cotton or Corn being anywhere Jerri my. N Tho West thlire has a Little want of rain and in some places the want of Mois Are has put Tho Corn Back somewhat. Still it is generally starting Well and bids Iii to Supply Tho country with an Abun Anco of bread stuff s. The young1 Cotlon s in various of advancement from that just breaking through Tho ground to hat fully thinned to a stand Ami so far As can ii told at this Early promises a very urge crop indeed much larger than Las Ever been produced in Tho state. The sugarcane is also growing Well and f Good season is hid for its growth give t. Very abundant canal scrip Consu brought before the Crand jury. On yesterday the state of cars As in duty bound formally brought to Tho notice of t in grand jury now in session the matter of t i great fraud committed upon the of Illinois by Tho finding of redeemed canal As will appear Tho Folio Noto addressed through j. B. White isq., prosecuting attorney to Tho grand jury Siri so Field april 20, 1859. To the grand jury of a Nymon county Gestl Mcm Tho undersigned fell Call a 11 in to present to you for consideration n great fraud committed upon the people of his state in the founding of what is known is canal checks onco paid by Tho state ind request that Yon will give the matter Uch attention As the magnitude of tha of air and Tho interests of the state demand. 1 Lur with you will find a list of witnesses svit i their residence whose testimony May i d you in your investigations. Truly yours Jesse k. Dubois 0. M. Hatch James m. Milikh. List of Enoch Moore Jno. Mcclernand Jesse k. John g. Nicholay Springfield we. Ii. Brown Foj. Sherman Michael achoo Hart in. 3tewnrt, Chicaro we. F. Tronton Sucu Yville Encoh Fry Ottawa Joel Manning Lockport Josiah Mcroberts Joliet Ejli ois. What action the grand jury will take s 1 1 in promises remains to to seen but we rust they will give Tho subject their Cura in attention As demanded Sliko by Tho Lite Nimlo of the of bunco and Tom interests f the state Lounial thirty million fund. He lion. Jeremiah Clemens in a late Scech at Nashville said that in his opinion to asked by the late con press to Aid in the Purchase of Cuba was o to used As a corruption fund to secure to nomination and election of John Slidell is president. There is nothing in Tho history of either James Buchanan or John Slidell to place them above suspicion. Give Horn to be used in buying Spanish officials and unless sumo such Mir Csc occurs As that of Tho Leopard changing is spots apart of Tho sum will poem Loyed in buying the Charleston Conven Ion and the remainder in purchasing Tho ote necessary to insure Tho election of its tar. Sword of a correspond ont of Tho Glasgow Gazette complains of in neglect with which this historical relic 3 treated. The writer went to visit Tho to d at Dumbarton was Shock a at seeing a place of emptiness As regards be single stand of arms to uphold the name bears. No arms were there but two and Dirks a to Chabr axe and on Tho Wall Are Essly Hung and irreverently exposed a covering or the least thing to no it Tho Swool of Groat Martyr Patriot. But this is not All us respects Tho word with its thrilling associations. Some awkward creature in taking it Down from 10 Wall has apparently let it fall and there t is about to in two and further Tho Rou rust nil Over it is doing its work of detraction silently and surely. Death of m. In . The times of the 13th inst., announces 10 death of Tho distinguished author of democracy in on event for which previous reports of his rapidly decline no health and prepared us. The intelligence vill be of melancholy interest to Tho Mill i Udes in have read that Cap Tal production and of personal Ropret to the survivors of those who enjoyed tie on of with him during his travels through Tho United states More inn a Quarter of a Century Ngo. Do toe nov lilo was a grandson of Tho famous a Osh Orbo and at Tho time of his death had Carly completed his fifty fourth is the new paper at try cd the president s Organ because the inn of the pro ident 3 reads i do solemnly swear that i will Faith Billy execute the office of president of the United Stales and will to the Best of my a Blitz preserve protect and do find the York Ainy 5th. Tho n. 0. Picayune of Friday last on in. Urination for Vcra Cruz says or. Mclane iad when the last Steamer left about inn done Tho idea of going up tha table ands for the present and both because of he distracted state of Tho country and the a tire to be near Tho government with which to is an official communication. He Esi Gad therefore to go on Board one of our hips of War at Saraficio probably Tho is Ana i until her Relief by Tho Saratoga. Lie to put himself in commune n Ion with Tho loaders of Tho Opp Siva Par a for the purpose of protecting Tho lives and Rop Orty of american citizens and in tha ame of humanity. The amendment to the Constitution of the slate of Massachusetts. Our a adors Are award that the legislature of Massachusetts at its last session authorized an amendment to Tho Constitution of that Stalo of the effect that All foreigners Shi uld wait two years after having been naturalized before they should a entitled to vote. That amendment is to be submitted to the people of the state for a vote on it on monday Tho 9th Day of May. Tho proposed Chango in Tho Constitution of that state is so Radical and go at variance with the practice in other states of this Union that it has become the theme of much comment by Tho people and press not Only in Massachusetts but in Many other parts of tha Union. Foreign citizens in Ohio and Wisconsin have hold Public meetings and protested against it As Tho subject in consequence has become one of very general interest. Senator Wilson of mass., formerly a know nothing has recently written a letter for Tho Public which to takes decided ground against it. Leading men in and out of Tho state Haro declared their opposition to it and Hopes Are now beginning to to entertained that to May to Defeated though its special friends am very Active in its favor. Opposition Ivo nominated lion. Humphrey Marshall for re election to con Jet from the a Venth Cong regional District in is. Us an ill win a Way to make brr less. A co temporary makes the following sensible re Narks in relation to Tho proper Means to be ised for increasing business now Why Don t All business men and Erciso simply because they have not got. Lie. Courage. They Haven t got inf Lucient courage to put the seed into the ground. Hoy Aro afraid it won t pay. They can t Conturo fifty or a Hundred dollars in the i siness of letting purchasers know what Bey have to sell. Some persons advertise while and then because they Don t Sud Only grow Rich by it quit never thinking iat it is just As necessary to advertise con tartly keen our business constantly be Oro 1 10 As it is to keep clerks or Nako any other preparation for to believe that to Aro warranted in say. No that Tho Best advertisers Are Tho Best men and vice in speaking of its own town in compari on with other i Tho same paper says to sch Avo that advertising is More generally appreciated hero than in most laces and the result is that our business in have More customers and a better bus Ness than their Cotcamp francs at other laces. To know of towns that an just tarring for want of a Lilloo Adver Lisnic nobody any Trio fishes us East Havo reason to rejoice it Trio Mireva Cut fashions of hoop Skirls. A firm in Boston near the last of he Winter sent an order to Xci York for a lot of cod Hooks. Nic was not filled and tin Minnii actor cars sent us in that Tho wire Sunli demand for making ladies hoops hat they could not obtain the article to manufacture into from Orkun a daughter a Mathias Ritchie of the town of Greenwood Stu Hon co., aged Olmut twelve years 1 Al from the Oit Cosof co Mirion Tea a few Days i hip. Slio drank it Strong and Ato Tho leaves afterwards causing violent spasm.? for Lon Fri when she Espir Erl. Run Jolo mar Tho Interior department have matured Ranger fonts for carrying into effect Reaty stipulations which provide certain York indians with Homes in Kan Sta. He indians now in that state and Theca who Havo recently emigrated Are not entitled to the Hon fits of Tho treaty. Hay flt Kex in do Vander Ornith convicted of for Ery has been sentenced to Twenty Yenta nuns Ozment and n Fine of seven thousand Ollars and ordered to make restitution to to government to Iho amount of Umler Smith is heirs of Ngo. Sci her is . A out of the Boston courier writing i Orn Florence under Date of april 2tl. Snys-1 on. Charles summer is hero Nho sorbed n Art but looking worse than i had sex to Etcil. Lie is obliged to Lio in bed until won to rest his Syrino which still troubles Lim greatly. I Oor Thackery though he nays of him Olf that to is not a Man is mile unpopular. A lain Ting feh Sowma Marks no Small constituency Crown prof i nomination Borough has taken pity on or. Thackeray who for year.1 has , under an net of the last session of the h Indiana the App misers appointed y Tho different roads through which the 1 Oady pass Hivo placed Tho value of Tho Cincinnati per Miles and Tho Peru and Indianapolis Road at 1 . This valuation includes Allim rolling Stock depots shops station mikes. Sheds and overs Pacios of property e a cd by Tho companies governor of Louisiana has the Ood sense to refuse to appoint delegates to in Vicksburg disunion convention roasted by Tho executive commit co under Call Trio said convention is to astern to. All Tho other Gulf slates will Proba by to represented according to Tho com nit tee s plan and i Louisiana oven by ready of toe Tea Plant. Tho sover Muntis seriously prosecuting Tho in or Porifio of introducing into Tho United states Tho culture of Tho Tea Plant a Filip i now on Hor to Yngul from Canton to new Fork with plants selected with great Are by t agent of the Patent Tho Loui Stillo Como contains three r four columns daily of slave code Slang Ito rial. Tho editors Uilk of the Honor gets glory magnificence and splendor of to South and preach Tho universality of Liege risk As Tho Corner Stone of Tho grind or of a free Iun. It is cruel for pop la in the a so of Friendship to fun of or. Fowlin by proposing rim for Tho presidency. R is enough for Lim to Havo been bamboozled by and Lopez without his own countryman ridiculing Uny 4th. J. A. Bartlott formerly a. Lawyer of Ork but for three years past Tho my clerk of Commodoro Stringhan at Al Earlestown Xavy Yard he Fier shoaling a timorous Fey using Nimo of Tho Commodore
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