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25 May 1859

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25 May 1859

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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - May 25, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne weekly Republican. Volume 2. Fort Wayne Republican. Peter editor i Ublish or and lived a Kiy , office on Cal Puu St. Opposite the Public Square fit per year a add act. Hates less each subsequent insertion out Yeit sit month three months one column oae year six months three Montha half column Mac year Psi ration 50 5q.oc three months one fourth column one n f Throe Mouths announcing lamp Idata for office for double column Advt 3, Price and a half All kinds of Job printing Duno at reasonable tales and executed Faith neatness and dispatch. From hams. Vie five been visited within a few Days past by s number of the corps editorial of this neighbourhood yesterday or. J. H. Car Penter now the principal editor of the War saw indiaman paid us it visit and also or. Mcgonigal of the Dekalb Dan wat. The Day before or. Mcdonald of the Columbia City Newt gave us a Call and a Day or two before or. Dewy of the Van wort Constitution was in town and looked in upon us. We arc always glad to meet our Brethren of the press for we find it serves to dispel Little the first unfavourable impressions we sometimes Gutof n Man judging him by his writings. For instance looking at Mcgon Igal in the face we can scarcely believe he was the Man to had Somo Sharp controversy with in political matters last fall. As to Mcdonald he is a Good looking follow and a filled up with Donglas ism Asho claims find we can scarcely believe he will be guilty of saying bitter things about any body. Carpenter is a mild quiet Good natured Man full of thought and Good faling fur his Fel Low Man and dewy looks As if it Cost him an Effort to pitch in Asho Doua sometimes and upon Tho whole we have concluded they arc All better men than they appear to be in their writings where it would seem As if to were All trying to show our worst Side to Tho Public in our Well neighbors suppose we my try to be .1 Little Moro amiable in the future be More courteous towards our Brethren and Cit Cronl a Tho general Asae Mutof the old school presbyterian Church in the u. S. Me Taat Indianapolis to Day the 18th. A Largo number of persons from various parts of Tho u. 8. Will be present. That Tho managers of Tho presbyterian of Tho weat published at Cincinnati have made arrangements for the use of a press and materials it Indianapolis by which they will be enabled to publish daily full reports of the proceedings of the Assembly in an Vossi devoted exclusively to that purpose. This is really a piece of newspaper Enterprise worthy of the Day. To publish Tho full proceedings would occupy More space than any Ordinary daily paper could devote to it and without some such plan Only meagre daily reports could reach the Public. Sorghum Corn and wheat crops. We learn from a gentleman engaged in the cultivation of Tho sugar Plant that Totic 400 acres of sorghum has been planted this Spring in this county alone. Tho same gentleman says that nearly four times he number of acres of Indian Corn has Bocci planted or will to this Spring Over whal a usual in this county. To having travel de a Mercat 07cr to lately peaks from his own observation and what he has graph cred from the Farmers with whom he has conversed on the subject. The wheat crop we Are sorry to say is lot As promising in this part of the state As it appears to be elsewhere judging what vre gather upon that subject from our exchanges. To Call attention to the advertise ment in to Days paper of messes. Evans co., who offer for Sale their very Largo Stock of Staple and fancy dry goods at reduced prices. All who wish bargains should Call at an Early Day. We Christ s Church Indianapolis which is nearly completed front the Indianapolis journal of Tho Mth inst. Another week will to required to get Christ Church ready for service. One week rom to Morrow it will to opened but not formally dedicated until sonic Timo in the future. The delay was caused by the fail ure to receive in time the stained Glass win Dows which were in Iho hands of a Chicago artist a visit to the Church for the examination of these windows will aft no entertainment for every devotee of the Fine arts Tho Chancel window is a Gem of Art. Is Puccia labor appear to Havo been Boot oct in the composition of is several parts am the disposition of the inscriptions and Fig ures on it. It is a Triplet in construction in Trio Middle is an inscription Reading a reeled by pupils of St Mary s Seminary in memory of tev. Samuel Lee Johnson its former principal and for four years the be loved Rector of this Parish who entered into rest Den. 2i, being dead yet on the right and left Are appropriate scriptural quotations illustrative of the doctrines of the Church. We Avo room but for two of them Ite pent and to baptism for Tho remission of Tho Crown Cross Pas Rpp Eai As editors what to claim to Bens what say we All shall we submit this question to the editorial convention at i by Uio uth for discussion circuit court. Ilac Linsan is. Horn a suit in Mcjett mint. This Case which has been in our courts for some fifteen or mow years is now being argued before judge Wilson. Most of our readers to doubt not have Hoard of it but others May not and fur their Benefit we state it in Short. Sumo Twenty years Mure or less a Man by the name of to urdu qty and settled near him rerun in where he resided for several and where he married and had two child he was afterwards sled with having n wife in whether lie arranged Oil difficulty by confessing a judgment fur an amount ii damages or not we Are not advised hut to came to this City the officer and gave free Sci ool. Ire learn that Tho present term of t free schools will terminate at the end o ten weeks from the Date of commencement instead of fourteen weeks the usual length of it Terry. The reason is the want Offu kids to continue them longer. The trustees will soon Send to the patrons of the school a circular Seheng Forth their condition ant the kind of responses made to them will de Termine the question whether tic schools ran be opened or not next term. Kronur circuit court yesterday the 19th inst., passed Bui title resolutions in memory of judge Dawson whose death women toned a Day or two Cinco and then adjourned Over until monday next. The proceedings of the court came to hand toe late for insertion this evening but will appear to Morrow. Ati a ran Awny. Am of horses attached to a Wagon authority to som for nil resumed to a judgment told i wifi his difficulties a. Fee., and at once gave her a deed for the acres of land on which he resided and left the country. Execution was issued on the judgement confessed and Tho property offered for Sale. The fact that he had deeded it to his wife was made known t that place of Ono Hundred returned pikes pack crib who bring deplorable accounts of the mining prospects and Kif Turing on the Plains. In is estimated that Twenty Limerick rioting became so script military had to fire on the mob. T1 sons were killed and wounded the race for the Chester cup was won by Leamington. Or. Ten Brock s Prioress came in fourth. 33 horses ran. Or. Landwier was in Arl. The Prince of Wales had embarked at Civita Vecchia on Board a British Man of War to Gibraltar. The Duke of was dead. Lie was Tho husband of miss. Caton of my. It was said that count pers Gnoy would certainly be Tho French ambassador to London. It waa reported in military circles thai Tho ministers intended to Call out Tho Mili Tia and and to add 50 battalions to the line. Lord Cowley Tho British ambassador at Paris reached London on Friday and had a private interview with lord Malmsbury. Latest. Bulletin from gun l Iii buy reports that on wednesday made a demonstration near Candia and Frassinetti. Our Side had 20 wounded. Near Cornell we have thrown a Bridge Orer the i o. Have crowed it and fortified the head of the yesterday on the Hail Road near Verona a train filled with troops came in Colli Sion with some an tuition wagons and some exploded. 23 men were killed and 12-1 wounded. The tardiness of the in making tha attack excited much Surprise and was variously speculated upon. The Lon Don times thinks that they have thrown away the Opportunity which they it first possessed. The inaction is probably caused by the anticipated inundations made by Sardinia aided by the heavy Rains which obliged Trio troops in some cases to re Cross the to. At a moment when All Europa is Makii maritime or military arrangements on Large scale the emperor was obliged to i vide by the Means of political prudence of any emergencies. His majesty retains ii the present juncture entire Liberty of action and we need hardly add he is animated 0 by by the Santin to of his Crow count y. It of preserving tic Dignin my the interest of the Tuinei Vienna Correa Pondant says to Are on the eve of a i Iii in european Turkey. The political agitation in the Souther provinces was great. The Jorte has about 12u.uoo men con unrated at Tho Shumla and Omar i Asha was coining rapidly from Tia dad. The writer thinks the Jii isso French plan for the dismemberment of Turkey is a Good one d to t in All probability the Days of the Musselmen in Europe Are numbered. The express with the Canadas news reached Here at c o clock this morning the r. M. S. S. Cauda left Liverpool at noon sat urday 7th and arrived at Halifax about half past ten o clock yesterday. The s. S. City of Baltimore is to sail from Liverpool on the Lith would Call at Queens ii the following Tho emperor of Austria we preparing to take Tho chief command with Gen l Hess. The letter As was reported disapproves of Qon Laj a plan of attack. A Lutter from Genoa say that All the austrian vessels there have been seized by the sardinian within a fortnight. It was expected the French army on 8.1 tin Day would be Strong. The admission of austrian s into by Inch territory had been allowed Only on special authorization. The new French loan of is to be cont Tud by National subscript in h is to be a 3 per cent loan at cot fat per cent issued at oof the embodiment of the contingent of 1859 has been demanded. The Prince Arch Bishop of Vienna has issued a utter attacking the crime did the ambition of Napoleon is expressed that War is not the greatest of evils but is often a glorious work accomplished in the service of equity. A counter Resolution had taken place by Day for dispatches and first Cabin passengers in the other steamers of this line will pro Bably follow the same course. Intelligence Ofa Battle was hourly petted but no action of importance had Yot occurred the austrians had crowed the to near Gambia and advanced Loward Sala. Thei also made an ounces Duful Effort to Cross Thi same River near tras Sinato on the 3d of May. The Sardinia account of the later Effort Lys the cannonade lasted 15 hours. It recommenced in the p. M. Of Iho 4th and Astral the remainder of the Day. Pended at Vienna was that of Ari Utan the amount of their was Paris sat. Vallent hid count Are appointed members of the privy counsil. Gen. Hauder Huc Cseda to the Mintry of War and Sopor beco Mca Senate. M. Do Liing retires from the ministry of the Interior to the ministry of Justice and e Duke of Padova becomes minister of e Interior. R. S. Co s re Torr studies Dull and declined Cinco tuesday. Wheat Opeil a with a Large speculative in Iviry and an excited Market at an if of of All Dos eruptions but it subsequent y subsided our Dull and offered decline. Tuesday quotation a nominal red nest 3.1 White Money Market Active. The Hank of England had advanced us Tea to 4 of per cent. The specie in its suits had declined since Thi hut Veckly returns Consols closed Friday 90@ Money and account. The Piedt Ontius had but four wounded the while suffered Sevor Elv. The St. , Hay it if. G. G. Onada. Capt. Long from Liverpool on Day 7th Insl passed Cape race on Mon Day in route to Hallie Sec and Boston. She was boarded by the associated press agent and Tho following summary of her news procured. Considerable delay wis unavoidable in it3 transmission owing to the fest that the line from this place to Cape is not yet completed. In trek it will doubles be completed when 3uch pro Vox my delays will be in a Ini asure avoided. Wasarsatf.s1juyl9 the first of Tho debt As ascertained and adjusted in the Austri i the direction of Valentia without much effect. An official bulk tin issued at Turin on Tho 4th says the austrians have increased their forces at Vor Cilli and constructed delusion works. They have also occupied Trino and pol Rivetto having a to Weir Vanguard at Transano. They withdrew last night from Ige. A can troops i a in favor Ofa Ducal gov t. The reigning dutchess had re c sral Parma. There was comic Wahto animation in the English naval dept additional vessels be placed in commission and recruiting was actually going on. The London times continues to Jess cart to belief in an Alliance Between France and ilium a and Virgues that Russia would not Lave gone co Fiir As she has without a pre Vious understanding with France. Some of Trio verdicts of the coroners in quest on Botlick from the wreck of the pan find censure the navigation which took Tho ship so much out of her course and condemn a portion of Tho am which deserted the and took boat and Call Fui into the Case. Possession of the r an admiralty to inquire lat kit Lxii of i this mor nothing important from Italy. At the latest dates Tho Austri ans appeared to to retreating but nothing was known of Tho object Oft Hoir Maneu vers. Or. Y. Fit John Tail May is to accompany the head quarters of the austrian they burnts Cven Arches of the Bri a Hamburg Telegram says that England has Given official notification that she will not to Able to protect commercial vessels in Case of War Busti Vcci Sci Zuany and i Yam a. The Globe s Paris correspondent says Victoria has sent an autograph idler to or expressing Confidence in his strict Lionor and that to would not go a step fur ther than to to her some months Back. The daily news looked for the first Bat the at Kovi. A Large portion of the French army were unable to Cross the Alps in consequence of the blocked with those who had crossed Suff Erml terribly. It is reported that Prince Napoleon will command a corps of men on tin shores of Tho Adriatic. Tho Turin correspondent of the a nil Lay , i Nevai is Irani by minister Reed with the chinese and due it by certain american citizens fan already been received. The admin is traction has recently received such evidences of the Good Faith of amt Britain As to satisfy it that aha is disposed to sulfa Talfy engagements with this country in relation to Central ameril an affairs. Serious charges Hai capt. Vliet who expended nearly two ions in of. 0. Purchase of mules and for the ulna expedition. A court Martil will probably be ordered. To Delintt of British minister for the surrender of marshal Tyler will not to weeded to m Tho Caso is not believed to come within in Irti clo of the Ashburton treaty. Judge Douglas left to night for new or leans. Good years Patent in the facture of India rubber fabrics he years from the 33th of this Baum extended 7 into. Asserts positively that i about to Ino Bolicz bet thousand and men and that the j French army of the Rhine will amount to 500 men As the emperor fears that Germany will not remain quiet. The same Corres wind Cut asserts that when the Hyperon suits Paris he will address a solemn manifesto to Europe espousing the cause of the National tics the that austrian ves Sels in France or those entering there in no ranch arc to have a delay of six weeks and also that the amp crop has decided Hal St. Johns n. F., Ilay ship Canada in route for Halifax and Boa on has Cape each. She was Board id by sir. Fairell agent of Tho associated press and a summary of her news procured. The commercial intelligence by this arral is important embracing a further do. Austrian subjects May continue to reside n France and the French colonies so Long As heir conduct furnishes plaint. Steamers no reason for com chartered hav a slight decline in All descriptions of and a slight Advance in o Genoa. Ray stores and troops from Marseilles of provisions. The Canada arrived at Halifax this And As our dispatches from St. Johns did not come to hand until to Day we Grouns to suspect that it was purposely withheld Ami mis dated by Tho Novi Scown company. The Canada undoubtedly passed the Cape on monday evening and oar dispatches As surely came Over the f. Line to its connection with the Nova Lino yesterday. The political news is hut possesses no feature of startling moment tween the opposing forces in Sardinia. Tha had however repulsed in a us trim army As British is incr and col. Sand men Aro thu a Back All r Tho most of them am destitute of Money no Tho necessaries of life and Aro perfectly reckless and desperate. Threats Are made of burning Omaha St. Johns Orth and other towns in of the Alec coition used to induce Cameron will accompany the sardinian army in a similar capacity. Home Liny is most the French troops Aro not to leave. Six thousand have arrived at Aurora since the 30th with provisions for City a Ltd. Bays Tho Stock Mills. J Market has been comparatively steady to Day although speculative securities of nil kinds remain without recovery. There Hart been a butter time in every department of business. Investments continue to a undo by the Public and at Ono moment was paid for Stock. Money Market without excite ment. Lord Bowlby co., of London in the a Wilria Trade have suspended. Their Lia Wilities were pounds. The chamber of deputies the foreign minister has undo a statement of political affaire. He said that i ism was without deviation pursuing the object of watching Over Tho safety of Germany and looking to the Security of National interests d Tho Mainton Nanco of Kurop and with these objects had been placed ready to March. The finance minister then moved a temporary addition for Ono year of thales to income tax. The class tax and taxes on Mont and Corn. Tho addition to to further m 3 Par cent in Case Tho Noho ligation of to army becomes necessary. Tho of Prussia Hod raised its rate of discount to 5 per cent. Official journal of St. Petersburg contains Tho following Are authorized to declare in Tho most positive manner that Thoro exist i no treaty of Alliance offensive or Between and the austrian ambassador before leaving Paris confided the Protection of the Austri n subjects in France to the dutch Ambas ador. It was reported the French Jover Mont was endeavouring to secure he neutrality of Russia and that they had revised on their aide not to form an army f observation on the Rhine and that the War shall to circumscribed to Italy. The French subjects in Austria had been placed under the Protection of the Spanish minister. New York is. Cattle if inf cattle mod Kratly Active prices declined half cent per Pound ranging from i to 12, receipts sheep and Nimbs in moderate demand at a of Etc per a Undril receipts Swine Active at advanced prices an attempt of Cross Tho to at Traw Natlo with considerable loss. Nott receipts Austin Texas advices of he uth May Tho Buff Iilo my s on York express rain duo in this City it 10.23, m., was passing a crossing ont Sinilo West of Jordon a cow jumped Beh Cen the Tondi ing in them s. Car throw passenger cars off and dragging me distance. The conductor and two or three passengers fatally injured and 15 to 20 More or less injured. Tho Pacific mail co. Hare declared Der blend of ten per cent. It is said Tho representation of the n. T. Ity it ii. Is not acting allege Thor officially at the St. Nicholas convention and that Tho agreement will not be acceded to by co. The supremo court has suit trained the mayor in declining to p Tor Morton any salary since dec. Thi mayor having contended that Hig term of Alfred then. List tint capt. Baj or onto Rel Trio up. J por re Servo on Tho 3d with 500 men and Wasiqi Isotow Tho killed 15 indians and fled. A party of Ift ians wore pursuing him. There was great excitement and to Indi is on Tho lower Reserve had loft their farms for capt. Bios Encampment. Tho news which should have come to hand on tuesday was doubtless intention Illy delayed by the Nova Scotia Lino. O Battle had Yot been fought. Tho crossed the to and made a fur ther Advance into Piedmont but the Sunn lations Are said to have compelled them to a partial Retreat. Tho repulsed in an effect to Cross tin Ano with considerable loss. To at Tho Dinto Dinoss of the Anst Rinns Caci cd rent Surprise. I Zanzaro. Their was at Tho sardinian it was reported Tiati Sci 7.ed All Tho austrian merchant vessels at Genoa the French in a few Days would Muster men troops in Piedmont. Tho emperor Napo com remained at Paris but was expected to Start for lir. Army an the 12th. Whispers of martial Law of. Or his departure. The emperor of Austria was preparing o take the chief command in Italy. Cheat ministerial pin at the elections is computed at 25. Tim Royal mail steamship i Dunnon from new York april 23, arrived out on Tho St. Banking House which had Val steamers will be placed in commission As soon As they arc Sueco fully finisher and before Tho close of this year Evory available vessel will probably be in Active this design is not however with Coo to Trio european War As no a mtg to our Commerce is apprehended from thit title. Vora Cruz is considered in official quarters Lobo one of the most important Point i whore a Largo Fleet is Roqu Rcd and hence and. Dit ional vessels will be dispatched to the Gulf of Mexico. New Orleans papers of tuesday contain a reply of Senor minister of foreign affairs of the Juarez got to to Tho 1th Point of the protest of Tho Central government namely t hat All treaties and Contr anti Ltd with Tho former Are null and Viii. Ocampo says notwithstanding All their protean the nation which had no need of such offi coins tutors will do that which seems to it it and the vain words of an iikurpingjiuk1 tonary meaning Tonita whom to Cilli a indent Wilt have no other authority than the enlightened sovereignty of the Fie pub in sees proper to clothe them. Bukiet. , in first old school i Risby Torian Church was y lire last night together with in adjoin no barn and a vol in cd links Oki partially insured

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