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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - May 18, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly Republican volume Wayne Indiana wednesday morning May 18, 1859. Number fort Wayne Republican editor. Publisher and proprietor lived wed Eizat to Amxo office on Cul Boun St. Opposite the Public squad f 3 per year in rates of advertising. Ours narc 12 lines or less Ono Nasution each subsequent insertion same too rear 10, six months 7, Turbo months 5, one column one year to All months 5l1. Three Muntha half column one year six three months Onia fourth column one year i Jit months three Nontia 1-v announcing for double column Price Aad a Hii if a kinds of Job printing done at reason a of and executed with Neatam and dispatch children Tito general Cliance of Tho was not dreamed of our citizens and could not have been gue de at. All to can say is that in All h Man probability to shall not be caught a 11 Ping of the English fre tic times balancing Llic ii Coli it recon ends non . A we Iho Donjon Tim i 53. It would be fanatical to suggest that 3 Dinia can hold her own for a week Agai the hosts about to to let Loose upon her the flood of spoilers will sweep Over land. Turin must to occupied Alt Doug probably not held. Tim Power of to 1 i Montese monarchy will be shut Rupini Luw fastnesses which Sardinia contains am Hie real struggle will not begin until a has struck a blow which i will but Art throughout Italy. As a belligerent Pon she is Wise in her generation but she id n Wise in her generation if she is seeking i necessarily to become u Belig Eraut put if she believed there was no Hope of pern nent peace that the i Rineh emperor u resolved upon War and that she was on kept fainting under the weight of h army waiting until it should suit the co pc Ienco of Tho emperor to overwhelm to if she moreover id willing at this Momen when her promptitude has Given her t Choice of an offensive policy to make Tho reasonable retractions which the interest of humanity and Tho Public opinion of e rope require of her then it will be Dif Ficu to Bay that she is entirely wrong in Bavin sought to precipitate a crisis m which a bleeding to death. If this is a first Forward step in in aggressive and diff ant policy if Austria seeks to enter bar mis As Tiu armed apostle of and of Ultra Montane priest Craft if she has taken up her old world Mission of Bildin in bodies and co crying the minds and con sciences of All Amman beings born in Italy then the fact of her having been the first to commence this War will be no unimportant item in the great indictment which will be in cased against her. But whatever in. Kyj her Ulii giant intentions she Hai done the emperor of the French tins a great Good whereas three Days ago nil Europe looked pm him As an Imperial robber seeking in occasion to let Loose his prepared armies upon a Ojile Loving neighbor tic world Ivil in this sudden Start and in the Hasty and Unready preparations of Napoleon Iii some evidence that after All Hia menaces lie lad not intended to provoke the combat Rich Austria has now commenced. The great question for 113 to consider Luw Cvar is not How Austria Stunis. Or Ilia each France hastens or even How Sardinia a be overrun but what is the position d policy of England. Lord Derby has d that if War Breaks out whatever be in consequence our neutrality As Long As nay last must to a certain extent be an tied enabling us to take our re on that Side whatever h May be which 10 Honor the interests and dignity of Tho try May indicate As Best ded Orving of r these words coupled with its bearing upon Trio occupation of the Lores of Tho Atlantic tended to a scarcely big Nous intimation that if the events of in impending a should Lead for Orch into the i Omardo venetian King pm England would nope Riis a combi Itsel tic Milce. We ventured to comment in those words in a tone of remonstrance. Of that tic event appears More probable d its circumstances almost Cern we think it right to reiterate our protest Ngsi inst engaging England either by Allianic or menace or guaranty so As to draw her into this purely Continental surely we Are it Guiting to commit Over again the faults committed by our fathers to Burden ourselves with debts and too fur ourselves or our sons Tubo in in the Pursuit of some chimerical notions As to what to should like to dec occur among our neighbors. Went All risks and at All events keep England out of this struggle Between two dynastic Powers. What a tree to do with the struggle Between two be spots one of whom represents Llie Princi lies of absolute Power and priestly Dunlin Ion and the other the Dii Polisnik delegated by pure democracy if it must to so let them Light 1111 English statesman can sup ims that by weakening each other they can come More Drogi Rous to us. I Tilic sentiment Krecl of tie in tin il7ili-.li Ilii Nimro. Troni Liliu Tim i Arrit cd the Stup which Austria Lias taken with regard to Piedmont throws All Oiler eve iils into Trio Shade and we learn without Surprise that when tin news transpired the Fuji is fell one per cent Al a Lough it was latin tin Al Ninon of thursday before the ominous statement became known and business for the Mot part had c std. I Ord Derby is certainly unfortunate in dissolving at a period so critical for we o events of Tho deepest interest arc occurring in Central Europe Tho British nation will be engaged in the fever of a general election. It is easy to conceive Tho inc Micro s vexation at the policy which Lii is pursued especially after the Strong Eulogy which to pronounced in the House of in the beginning of the Wock on ice forbearance and magnanimity. The quarrel Znoj had just arrival at a stage which rendered it Sussex lilo of suit lament. Piedmont had consented to a Dis Annam it and France bad agreed to a i a Lunatic or military commission to Settle he terms of the disarmament As tic might determine. But All is thrown o the wind now and Trio furies arc let Ooka. The demand upon Piedmont to disarm and to dismiss her volunteers within hero Days or to accept War As the not Erna ivc closes the door apparently to All fur her negotiation and the question arises supposing Piedmont to refuse As she is Al nost curtain to do considering the Strong language she has used throughout the War of words which has proceeded Tho final struggle what time must necessarily elapse Foru the austrian.1 can reach Turin and Tho French must Thorn there the moral advantage in now on Tho Side of Vance for while this bold and decided step Las placed Austria in the wrong it places Mia Napoleon in Tho right and instead of rating the aggressor to will appear before he world to be acting on the defensive forced into a struggle from which to could not escape Albent a consideration of All the facts would show that his whole policy from the first of Jan. Last has been to bring the quarrel into the position in which we Row find it. No wonder then that Irini Erby has telegraphed to Vienna imploring Austria to withdraw from the position Sho Ian taken respecting the three Day s ultimatum but Austria has gone too far to escape has compromised herself to an extent which will compel her to fulfil her threats f the conditions arc Rufus do and thus will is lighted the Ilam which Only he eying listed by Rivers of human blood. The course which Austria has pursued n this business will make a Strong impression throughout Europe and Public opinion n this country it Levist will be brought out powerfully in favor of Piedmont. The Nane Ivro is Clear hut it is Likely to bring retributive Justice in ill train. Perhaps Antler any circumstances a collision he when the great Powers of the Seine and Xin ube was inevitable but the circumstances under which it is now almost certain to occur. Must Tell against lord Derby at the stings. His sympathies will until to will be held up Art Tho abettor of a grinding pcs podium whilst perhaps his Only object in Tho High 51-0 my which to took was to preserve the acc. Of Europe. Fortune seems to Somo men while Elio Froim upon others. Two years Back when lord palmers on dissolved on tha chinese to information which heightened the Nati Al indignation rag int Tho celestial a this it is needless to say. Ail did to the personal popularity of the then Mir and contributed largely to swell majority. The contrast id striking in t disc of lord Derby. It is some satisfaction to know that 1 elections for Tho boroughs and counties w be Over in n much Shorter time than is u. Ally occupied with such struggles. By s urday next april to Many of tic Thorou Laid City contests will have been decide and Early in Tho following week Tho we of them. By the beginning of May t imposition of the new parliament n have been pretty accurately gauged and will then be seen whether ivc Liall Havo Chango of giver Zinent and what coins i on the Domestic Ami foreign policy of t country will assume. So far the elect prospects Are decidedly Tho Iii by and the Continental events of the no fortnight will probably strengthen the a verse tendency. The policy of Bright and intervention. From the London Star Orjan of the at foam Shilu Moro immediately co Cerns us is that our rulers should to Taug to keep Clear of these complications. To barrel is a very pretty quarrel As it stand and we have no Call to embroil ours Oue with it. U t the despots strive with to despots of the Earth. Happily for us Are for the present at least not touched t any interest not bound by and which renders it necessary for us to inter meddle. It is Fortunato that lit such a merge nay the people have an Opportunity giving formal and tit Tyranc o their will on this matter. Let it be Jive Almly but clearly and earnestly. Tarnoi the Gross delusion so recently practise Xin us when in the Case of the Itu sinn a we Iacre taught to expect Freedom by m nation from a conflict in no Lush us or most happily expressed it we uni despot for our enemy a despot for our i Flat and a despot for our ally m us not lame our reason by fall Iii Ngann into to e me Shire. It is indeed Gratifying to of Rve that everywhere at Tho meetings held reference to the coining election Rosenti Lent is held in such cordial gratification by la people As that which proclaims Uon in Irv cation As the True policy of England at is crisis rom ii. Re. A Tim. The Percsi Ncncy. Tho Chicago Ibeh said tic use gave views a few Days Sinee Asto the basis on which there should be a Union of a e elements of opposition to the present it Iona administration. It spoke plainly my boldly without concealment or evasion to views Are of ninety nine Hun eth of the Republican voters often Coin of. Tho Lime Lias come when Heubl Ricail i Mot to just to the country without stand a fully and fairly their own platform the nationality of their platform is oui of of candid men of All sections. They can to Onger be styled a sectional parly. In this posture Offut Wiira any rom the Issue forced upon them any at not to away Tho Vantage found they Havo gained would strip the Public wins of their moral and drive in them tens of thousand of True hearted a who adhere to the organisation be ise regard it is destined under a Oring Providence to bring the country cd to the portion it occupied in the Days the fathers on the question of Liting Anil stave re. When men of they Are right they can affix re to bed and but rarely find the Finis of we ought t to ask who arc not with us and cannot nil Ord to Purchase their Rooper a at Iho expense of principle. Any such Iii of Union would in the end prove a la of Saml and a source of distraction. I Erebus a time when those who stood opposition to the wicked teachings and nip practice of thu slave democracy re so divided Many Good and honest men re at a loss under which hag to array . That time has by. The Nib lican Flag floats in in every c state and under its folds is arrayed a St Ivhon Power is Irris Lible. Bile then mail Satory spirit is to i a cultivated and or Incus about non Esse initials is to be tolled the great issues should a ovary inc Lisle Nelly enunciated and rigidly and red to and those who Are chosen As stand bearers should by men who Urc not. On Villi in to to recognized in All localities representatives of in publican principles whose Pride and pleasure it will be to dictate Lamse principles in every Penis Cnoc i under nil find in Trio Vancs Rollo courier in Vurtis Semeit of Solomon Sturges one of wealthy men of Ohio in his regions for of ivring for Sale Hia vast 1 tied property. He the Subj thus i will the Reform soil at Lour prints and Enay terms of payment any of my real Tut and 1 have a great Deal Ranuro thai want ought to have or after enumerating a number of , which to wishes to sell lie goes on in to Wise i have also some eight or ten Fine ii i roved farms in Indiana and one of g near Glenn Illino Ift that i wish sell f believe no Man Liaa i right to morn Hud than is necessary for his use a it of his family. Quillias no doubt wis y ordained that land Sharks. Should be cur cd Anil 1 can truly say that i am a acc i singly anxious to Sel All my lands and go Clear of the of Fusil a in . Hardly Moro than a year elapse Ciuco the Mercury was enabled Tounoun to the world the discovery of positive proo of tha existence of the Hor Teun this con it it prior to its habit upon from investigations and diag Veniua among the Ashley River by that stud i of nature pro lessor k. S. Hollies Oft Roll age of Cliar Leston. We Are lignin is it cd to the inborn of the sumc1 gentle inn for this discovery of fossils of u still mor and interesting nature vix to product of Man d ingenuity in imn ii 1 Al relation with the remains of the my Toulon the discovery was Jinadu ujan the prom Iseson or. Church 1 arid a Genii Truman of ardor and reputation in of Cion title . Tie surrounding county Iii dilating Tamaika Blysto for tic i Macoun by of snit it Carolina the inuit Ciatu so Wing the a claimed bed of a of Furtney aged within a narrow huh of Elevation along the sea Shore. Timaru had been a rank growth of Juniper Cedar and Willow on this spot which was Only cleared a Faw ago. About two years since or tips twin in making an excavation for a ditch across this piece threw up a Middle upper tooth Tofau Wiwi and two Teeth 0 a horse All fossils. No further excavation were made unti recently when prof. Holmes in the inter a Louhis labors incident to his intended publication embracing the Ashley River discoveries Irith a few friends made an excursion to the spot to find the Skeleton Ofa Mastodon. A Short work sufficed o uncover a piece of s go Eon inches in length which had been Bro Cen off. On Tho opposite Side of Tho ditch Tig two years Ngo were found additional remains of the same Tusk which is the Tusk n the right of the snout measuring in Al six feet in length. Lie Side Tho Root r base of the Tusk was found a portion o in socket Bone of the mass Alofs snout into hich the Tusk accurately fitted. This Ono is la a fair state of preservation bul in tuck k ing of Ivory is very fragile but ill beautifully presents the Peculiar Struc Uro of the Ivory. Additional Teeth were Nind completing the right upper jaw. He smallest Anterior grinder is three Inch in length and two in breadth. Tho pos rior tooth is a monster though not whole Ien Complete it measured seven and a half indies in length by three and a half in Ira duh and Way of three uncovering theye remains. Holmes discovered the left of the wits virginians tic common Deer which ill roams our forests and an Edge of the Ell of an Reinys a water Turtle or Terrapin. Thus formed a very interesting group for among them was discovered a of pottery the manufacture of me Early aborigines of South Curlit a Euti lying the a of Mankind in Mastodon the Deer and the Turtle. In hard portion of the Bones Only Are i reserved the adjacent soil Sfa inc Rith the decayed Bones and other elements these animals. The soil in which these fossils wore found about a foot in depth of pure muck or Cla Lilc matter overlying a thin strip of icks nud. Hurry to inca Itu a of Hia death the following James Mcki Sylv disc items was the Al Cost son of Joseph ii. Defrees Esq., ant As born in 18jw, graduated at Wabash la pc in 1850, not undue the Law school at Ambridge and was admitted to the Ijar o is county in March 1857. In 1358 he Ras elected prosecuting attorney for the the jul icicle circuit nud had just entered Ion a in Recroft Usu to thu commune a and of Honor to himself and to his friends ten death terminated his car rear. Lie Ras a you Ijar Man of great Promise Extein Ary in habits uncompromising in his Gurity. An aching void is Luix in Many Icart whose anguish time May soothe t will never entirely assuage. He leaves widow and an orphan child parents a other and Villers All to lament his in icly Despai ulu Kitto and the princesses of his .Li tier refined Mode of la Jon Louque the fallen amp crop of Hayti now living at Kingston Jamaica. A Cor Pondant says to rented a very Large mansion from a Ramos a Nici Bant of the cite from Ich he has lately been the owner of the premises or borne Friend of a visited Yuu Lourue and found Tho Toyal princesses engaged washing clothes in a tub voted on a Irrol Ilard in the drawing in. Thu suds were Tolj Jingiu All directions is the Young indies were very expert in their or Mary brain cd and not Only the Uia Grilii tit in rpt was hut the Chaste of the Walls. This As to Index the visitor but to was yet to know n Oro of Tho in door life of the Kex amp crop of Ilyati. On walking through the Garden in thai the ornamental Trees that had Juen planted and reared it much trouble and expense by or. Liginos had been Cut Lown. Lie the came of this when 10 was cooly Iii Oriord Tiit the Trees had been liar died into lire quod to Cook the Din nor of his Imperial majesty. The Walls were be spattered and off Sivc smells emanated from tin soil below the chamber windows but examination revealed the Causo of this. Cluj intelligence of the injuries to or. Hamos magnificent dwelling was soon communicated to him and he at once gave the Royal party notice to quit and had an action for damages server upon Faustin. However Soulouque thought that discrete on was Tho bettor part of valor and at once quit the premises and paid or. 1 Tamos a Good round sum for Tho damage done to h s or. Iii hum Tii a picture of two of whatever other Defice Terins or. Iriny , it cannot be of a Reed upon n that he does not exhibit reign rouble till and discrimination in adapting the end o the Means or in other words in select no the agents for executing his plans. Iio Vays knows Whitt kind of tools he needs do the work necessary to sustain his and Liistro Tiomi and where to Lay Hia Finger Oil ice. Lie has now in his service two of 10 most graceless is amps in the whole Nion and we Are indebted to Tho Wash ton tults for a picture of the worthy r. They Are Tho notorious Francis j. Und and the fellow Wykoff. The Al Rel employed As a secret spy upon the action our representatives abroad and thoth has just Buen sent As bearer of despatch to China at Day and Wykoff the states says he is onto Ous Vagabond about As respectable As the wins whose portraits adorn ten Lory in new York. 1 in represented As a Fidenco Man and he Only differs from associates by hid pre Eminence in Tho ofe Sion. Fur years he has been peddling s pretentious among inc courts of Europe. In utter profligacy of his character is Well lust rated in Tho fact that he turned Tho tails of a penal imprisonment into a Mon making publication. But the Chevalier not none in his glory. Some whore Imp the and panders of european Stit ution to will encounter a worthy As Date in the person of Francis j. Grund. Is Man also boasts a commission from nov Crement of the United Media no better than Wykoff he is dior the More consummate villain in pro ortion to his Superior ability. Jeff. Davis Row his portrait by a single stroke Char Drizing him As the basest hessian of Lem nil it Only needs Tho appointment Bennett As minister to France to to the Trio. High Uridge from Finucci. The English papers have some of the details of the plans not Long Frinco submitted by or. Charles Boyd. Of London Tor uniting England and France by a a Jinn tie tabular Bridge across the Channel Between Dover and Cape Urnez the nearest mints the casts. In order to afford a passage to vessels of the largest size the Bridge would rest on one Side of the Milfs of jape tic French abutments icing raised thu Hundred and fifty three bet higher than the English to compensate or the difference of Elevation of the Clits. J he Bridge would by supported by one Bun ired and ninety towers at a distance of Ive Hundred feet apart each having a Light .0 guide vessels it night and no Annn Bell Bra warning in the fugs. The greatest depth of tie Channel on the line proposed is Jne Hundred and eighty six feet. The Bridge would live two or Moro railroads which it is estimated could be traversed in Twenty minutes and it would be so built is to admit the Light of being lighted at night by Gas. In order to prevent All fear of invasion he projector proposes that each end of tic Ridge shall be commanded by .1 Strong Bat Ery. The towers which would be one Hundred Ful to in Ilia Metar and two Hundred and sixty feet High would rest on colossal loses three Hundred and sixty feet Square at the Bottom one Hundred and fifty Eccl quire it the top rising to a height of forty bet above Tho water Lor Mcd of blocks of or Antic United by Iron bars. The Elevation of the tops of the towers would thus be Frei Hundred feet above the surface of the Vater. Or. Hoyd estimates the utmost possible Cost of the Bridge at but thinks hat it could be built for half that sum and hat inc whole Cost would by reimbursed o Tho company in eight years. This pro act seems to Promise much better Success ban that of or. Gamond who proposes to mild a Tunnel under the Channel at it Cost of Only explosions caused by elect Riestr. The new York Tribune of saturday last ups the a tails of a discovery made is Var a Enre ago by or. It Ichard l. Loyd of lil Adelphia and which has since the death or. Lloyd which occurred shortly after in neglected until quite recently. Or. Lloyd convinced himself by a num a of experiments with Small Iron vessels lat the explosive agent the presence of Lidi scientific men had already detected t could not explain generated by the of water or steam within a Boi was electricity. Heat length a Ter cd Bis theory by a More dangerous i ii neut. Introducing an insulated Metal Rod through the top of a boiler he Eva Ted the water in it under a liw Ivy press. Continuing Tho Firo until that part of c Miler exposed to it became red hot. E then pumped with his own hands i suf client Quantity of water t j cover tic red t surface of the boiler a proceeding Rich is supposed to cause inevitable but in explosion followed. He re Ltd the , with the same result every instance. His discovery met with old reception he being ridiculed and Call an enthusiast. This neglect it is sup de hastened his death. About three years ago or. Gcorge t. To Tilso of Phi Ladelphia hearing of or. Odds discovery which no one had at no cd to repeat determined to verify it actual experiments. Athirst he confined a self to Small Iron vessels and finding 10 result the same As stated by or. Lloyl also resorted to Tho dangerous trial of boiler. Inserting the insular conductor Ough the top of in old boiler which had n in use for several years and deemed Safe at a higher pics us u than sixty ibs., evaporated the water in it at a pressure sixty eight pounds allowing the under t of the boiler to in come red hot. This Point to called Iivo men to wits this fact and then alone no one being Ling to assist at inc trial boldly pumped try Gallons of cold water into the red boiler. As in tic previous trials the tilt was Tho same no explosion taking cd. Not withstanding All Tho ingenious to Ivanics to prevent it boilers still exec under circumstances inexplicable Van those who Are supposed to he the Lable of explaining the Causo. If the of or. Lloyd shall prove to be the e one his name will be revered by a posterity. Or. Parry also deserves in highest encomium for bringing the discovery before the Public and in Condan ing life in a laudable Experiment Ich apparently would and in certain death t u smiled that to has introduced my in conductors into several Boilard in Phil Clophia and that in other places since the scorn a has been made it Lilii. N. Number Jan cars have introduced them into their lers. Affair at Xoi Iii Maes. , May 3. A melancholy event inspired it North Adams on Mulay. Is Martha Butler a Bountiful and respect a Young lady died Early in the morning ice circumstanced leading to tic ital if iat her Cleat h was caused by an attempt conceal her Sam inc. Charles it. Lilt a cashier of the Adams Bank was us cd of being implicated miss duller confessed on her death bed that she 1 been ruined by him. Ital omd resigned ills place in the Bank lied on sunday night and Lias not Burn in. His accounts with Tho Bank arc All it. To is a married Man with a Foo ily. He is a native of Dover n. H. Is Butler was reputed the most in Jiunti and accomplished Young lady in Adams. Information is wanted of Mary Ann Andy or who was Ukon from 10 Home in new York Muter Tho Caro or. Pease in March 1856. She is sup cd to Havo been taken or adopted by a Lily residing in Somo of Tho Western whoever will give information of Ioro Sho army to found will Confer favor Pon her sister Margarot o Grady at san Usky Ohio. Western papers will Jikuo Jons Smith lost at last. A in Quant husband is advertised in Lauta que county new York by his Lov spouse Ost 3rnavei on an Indrid whom in in unguarded moment of i was thoughtless enough to adopt by husband lie is a Good looking and be individual knowing enough however in when it Rains unless Komo Good King girl her umbrella. Answers Tho Iuno of John. Was last seen in Sipany with Julia Harris walking Hig m Arou Iii her wrist up tic Plank rond Piug More like n fool if possible thin1 r. Anybody that will catch Tho poor of and bring him carefully Back to thai a chastise him for running away Wilt asked to stay to Tea by a Smith. Progress of tree Nailer elected Junyor in St. Gunti. Vivoc. To have just received Inu Llis ence of the election on monday last of f. Re James Esq. To the Oil ice of mayor of the City of Ste. One vice Missouri. Or. St. James among Tho and boldest advocates f free Soilis in Missouri and is known and recognized throughout Tho state As one among the Ablest of Tho thousands of Young Lien in our state who have enrolled them elves under the Republican Banner for Tho Battle in 1sgo. National democracy Hod not even the boldness to offer any oppose Ion to bin election. Tims the towns and cities dons our Riv a and railroads Are continually giving sex in cession to a feeling which is finding its Way rapidly into the Interior. From every tart of the state the most cheering news is laity reaching us. The results of the com no elections Are already beginning to to Hado cd Forth. Tho question of time to self is almost Rcpt cd. The full of the ave Power is now inevitable. The Early Success of Liberal principles will give a new impetus to the advancement of our state in 11 that tends to our real Prosperity. The blood which warms the finds its Way Ven to the extremities. Tho cities having he Commerce of Tho state Are the hearts rom which an influence continually flows Lirong a thousand a Conns to every part f t the country until the one is harmonized Vith the St. Louis dem., May 1" Ilu rope. The latest indications from Europe when duly weighed of fyn no reasonable Prospect of continued peace. The last parliamentary conversation on the subject was. On the who a far from re assuring. The general Presti Iii prevalent at London As to the italian imbroglio at Tho busiest dates is probably very correctly Given in the Fonow no comments of the London times if the circumstances of ibis debate offer slender Hopes of a peaceful adjustment and f Tho min stars with True foreboding a Folio result of the proposal to Sardi Iii which As Tho Telegraph Tia just informed us has been rejected our despair is by no neans occasioned by the Gravity of tic matters in difference. Tho danger is Notin t in avowed gris Vancus hut in unav Oveil it is in the incongruous character of the declared objects of Famce and itus Sia when Vic wet in relation to the position of the towers who put Forward those of cuts that the difficulty lies. It is vain to attempt to Clear away difficulties in a path n which the halting traveler has 110 time to roce cd. I Jon Clarendon put the Point epigram int Cally but justly when he that one despotic Power has proposed to another Des tic Power that by inc sofa Congress a lord despotic Power shall pave the for Iberal institutions in there can be no St Crity in such n course As this. Tho artics to such a compact cannot be to dins towards the object they avow. T s this conviction which has induced a very general despair of the preservation of Cace and which prompted those Earnest Ipp Cald which ministers last night addressed rom their places in parliament to Tho Powers now so wantonly provoking this terrible Yar of principles and of Sui Rosen item of Tiiu Paraguay i Iii tips. Notwithstanding the cd Len be published from Tho Paguay Coj edition the Public has not n informed that a Bailor of the United acts chartered Steamer Atlanta wan Ott cd from the ship s under tic owing circumstances Captain Ridgely Trio Atlanta ordered the Man s head to shave in Puyshis Vincnt for some transition. The Sailor refused to permit this Courm of treatment Bessing t bodily torture however severe might substituted for it. Captain .Li Ducly in cd on shaving every particle of hair Oft croat the Man swore he would jump aboard if Tho cruel sentence was carried o effect. Tho hair was Cut Olf and the Portunato and exasperated creature Nisi to Tho bulwarks and precipitated himself o a watery grave. On learning these a Commodore Forrest called a court artial on Board the Sloop of War Falmouth by last. Ridgely for this act and Lieut. Arrin ton for drunkenness. The court As in session when the Harriet Lane left. X. Y. Uca Soti of the 1 Lens of guilty in the Rescue oust. The Cleveland Herald in mentioning the pleas of guilty entered on Friday by four Oft 10 Wellington defendants in the slave Rescue Case says the inside history of this matter has j v to Given by out of these defendants. It Beconia they had an interview on thursday evening with the marshal who showed i Iii a letter from attorney finneral Black not runt ing the marshal to resist any state court Hareas Corpus writ to the utmost Ai d by Force. Tho marshal said he should Rufus of to obey any writ from the state court. And if he was arrested for contempt he sex cd ii to be released by judge Mclean on a writ of Taboas Corpus. The marshal stated that the Law would be thoroughly enforced against the Oberlin men but there Vns no disposition to punish severely the Wellington men. Under these statements liw Omen were induced to come into court and enter their plea and receive sentence As Bovo. In connection with this matter it is Wor by of note that or. Wheeler the cloches or postmaster who was one of the main witnesses for the government and who has Wren quite Active in bringing about a Coin Iro Misu with Tho Wellington defendants Qinnn did of these men five dollars each for is in their behalf. Somebody s Oose. File propeller clean working but one wheel was towed into port yesterday by Tho prop. , on her Way from Dunkirk to Tole of. The Whaul was entirely crippled in consequence of being closely wound some fifty or flirty times with a Telegraph Cable of Tho thickness of an Inch and a half or More. The Olcan loaded at Toledo to Dunkirk and on Lic Way up again t was found impossible to turn one we incl. An investigation resulted in finding the wheel wound above stated. She run foul of the Cable some where and doubtless in Tio Maumee River and if so carried it sometime before it Lagan to Coil around Tho Al incl. The Cable is composed of five wires each enclosed in gut Percha and in whole covered with lacking and wire. To was hauled upon Stephens Presley s railway and relieved of the Cable yester Lay. N Arm of Tho other wheel was Bro con against the pier if Hen coming into port Cleveland review May Ith. In miss funny j. Yatos Nicco of Tho resident and occupying Almont Tho Posi Ion of to us opted. Daug Hlor to him died ant it t it tar euro in clo Elmul Ash Vai on the Ai Lizun. We learn upon reliable that seventy fugitive Slavet arrived in Mada by one train from the Interior of Ness of. 7 his is probably the largest Niber that Over Csc Ped in one company. It a week before a company of twelve air a and Are now at the depot near Mal. Nearly the same Lime Ono of seven another of five safely landed on Tho fro of Canada making ninety four in All rth it the present Markt to Price Tho handle sum of Tho underground Road was never before doing so flour fib a a business. At the rates these ingrate follows Are stealing themselves Tho mar must to seriously affected unless kept implied direct from Africa. Detroit daily Terii Iii. Are a Vays human Urc is Trio same in All Ages. In turning r some old books we Camo on some sex cts from an old French Knight s goof Lamury do la tour Advance to Bis Glicr written in 1371, and Transl need o English Komo Timo after. Tho old ight says Trio wives say to their 1ms-ds every any sir such a wife and such h such goodly array that Bese Emeth Welt and i Pray you i May have of the nc.1 and if her husband cays wife i such e such array such that arc Wiser than icy have it she will say no Force it they cannot Wear it nud if i have it shall see How Well it will become me. For in Wear it and thus with her words husband must Onciu ordain her that Ich Slit desire the or he shall never have co with her for Tho will find so Many sons that they will not to put similar conversation of take place w daily and probably also frequently of red in Tho Days of Noah s family and 10 old Timo before he Asis of . Tim Washington respondent of the n. Y. Courier and in or telegraphs to that Piper under Date the 6th inst., that senator Green of Tsouri has suggested n Compromise been Tho disagreeing factions of the dem Atic party unit moots Tho approval of resident Duchanno and Secretary Cass which it is expected will restore har ony. Or. Green proposes o drop nil scission upon incr Volion and non inter Tion. As non essential and proposes also withdrawal of my opposition to Tho and Sion of Kansas whether As a fro or Avo state. These basis of n ire acc opted by Tho administration the broach Between Trio of Tho to Grinj is Fig sided is body of Amelia Dutcher was found icon try in Tho Forest near Killbourn City is. Who had apparently died from expos and exhaustion. She had been cruelly id cred by Tho gossips and Iasi bodies disappeared suddenly some months no in a Santo of Doran Gumont. A Post a Tom examination proved Tho utter of ten charges Anil not Only Reli Tod her Guiory from Dishonour but vindicated Lara Ter of w. J. Bright estj., from foul unjust aspersion. Goth. Times. Is it is stated it Louis Napoleon 1m spent nines or about 142 millions of in improving the City of Paris since i. Accas Ion and that he proposes shortly to spend francs More so that before the present emperor will Hugo expended Over four Hundred and thirteen millions of dollars in beautifying that City. Tic improvement now projected arc the of All the houses Between the Fol its do Justice and Sotro Dame Plant a urge Square Between them i doral with Janif coins houses. All tie Honses Between Dame and tins Northern Arm of the Seine Are likewise to be torn Down and to archbishop s a Nance built hero in a Ine Garden. Hotel Dieu will also be pulled and rebuilt on a magnificent scale t is this spirit that has made Paris the not attractive City in the world. The Star set bids int Porini tiie new popular play entitled Sickles or the Washington Vas produced on tuesday evening for the first time in the pure and puritanical City if Hoston at Tho Nii Tionel theater which s under Tho direction of Tho Fitner Iii Cillo and Helen. The dramatic ice Sonoro Iro Sickles p. Inn Chatt. Key a. Fit Mcmoil. My. Rokles my. Mcphetres. Tho author of this masterpiece of Athen an Genius is As yet unknown but Tho Loston Ledger observes that it is Mil o 10 a very close and Correct Dramn tuition rom Tho fact and Ollers with it Good y. Great distress. The editor of tha icy times at is in Dii a and offers to Tike pay in rags feathers Goose Corn potatoes Prai chickens eggs Hutter Wood chips bark inters chunks saw barrels tuba brooms turnips cabbage greens p skirts Ginseng wheat flour pumpkins Liny sausage houses Farmr horses cat hogs tallow land hoop poles Hoof fish 1, Hay Timothy scr mouse traps Jay is Hawks turtles Coats pints shirts ties and to won t even refuse Money. Of a. Correspondent of the new Orleans Picayune gives Tho following sketch of Juarez the constitutional president of Mexico Jalc was born 5g years ago in a District of Southern Mexico and is by blood a pure Indian. His father raised a few sheep and cattle and gained a scanty s insist Mcc by Tho Salo of their skins. At 12 years of age the Young Juarez ran off to attend a fair and being afraid or ashamed to return he hired himself to n mule Driver from Whoso service to passed into the service of a really spaniard who. Pm cases with his intelligence caused him to to aught to read and write. Still retaining be favor of his employer lie was sent to he College of Sonca having chosen the Iro fission of Trio Law which thu revolution lad opened to men of he Rose Day to tha head of his profession and with Tho Triumph of Alvarez was made chief Justice from which pout to pts cd to that of Tho Tho delivered a Din so it the m. K. On last evening is to re wat it again to night. Or. is an Able orator in fact he is Tho y rival of j. 15. Gou oif. Iio goes from p to b Ort wave where Wohor Mcwill will a a lived for two reasons one of he is that Hoek secs n goal hone the other in that 1 Ort us cd a d Tom Perance Oft times 1839, persons have Iwon Ivictor of murder in Vermont but no of it ions Hivo taken place one porno i 10 was run Virled in fifis. Was Pardon no 850
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