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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - November 9, 1859, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort weekly Republican. Votume2. Fort Wayne Indiana wednesday morning november 1859. The Wayne Way the Nufi inn Tui we Cal Rel 4 Tho Omaha Republican from Llie otitis go ii Kidun who Lipaj nud to by at pc Kearny on election Day gathers Tho f lowing account of thu Way the Duroc no got up 2u3 vote a there when the Crit arc i e and never Ivo been 20 Legal Votow All to this id equal to Kickapoo and Aroostook during the week Havo coins into town who spent be 0 Tion Day at the fort. They have mat n Atli plavits exposing what they Hui it t and How the Csc ton was conduct a j have never in our lives heard so sic Cizin and disgusting a recital of 6 pow t 1 us these gentlemen give. They nay it w a perfect farce from big inns to end. Pc much and so boldly Sci that they did us suppose there was any intention of Makil a from that poll. Soldiers vote four and five times. Take Ono they Tell As an instance. He Caneup to the poll Ai t voted in his Blouse stepped a few paces n 11 Side exchanged his Blonson for an of whoa returned and voted again pitted Hack Tod Olf Hia overcoat and returned and voted third time in his shirt sleeves went of and in a few minutes returned in Citi run dress and voted Tho fourth time then h of an old hat n ragged and dirty , and came up limping and voted a fifth one of the boxed remarked in Hui so Thaie crowd could hear that he was a Jot. These gun Ticich were All to vote and on objecting on the ground Hathi a were not residents were told by .1 per son Well known to our citizens that to voted twice that Day and intended to vote Ngam. Raid he my Emily lives in Omaia and every body knows it they won t object to your voting if you go for a Sanbrook democrats Are Lejsal voters everywhere four of these gentlemen did vote one declined to do so. They say the Hoard were All drunk except one were rioting nil d in. There was no attempt to conc no the fierce or frauds they were after the polls were closed these names Are familiar in All the River towns sat Down together and made out a Long list of names that ought to have voted for St Bronk Ami san Rord for the polls to enter t Lem As voters and from conversation with these men they have no doubt that they were returned As having voted for Ien. Msten Hook. They further say that after the polls had been dosed and tha boxes deposited at the trading , two men came into the store and represented that they lived a Plum Jurci k. They were Asce to vote and on their consenting the polls Weru reopened and they voted. onto Gens Cunt Pirner attempt to h of Wimily of a ree last i it k Aljy and of Curti Tiller and i l i a in Fera Ting out i bal regeous that been concocted against the or a family of free negroes. They narc held jail Hie prime movers in. The slum Eless appears thai n Idun Ortr of 3 ends ago n negro Nuin and his wife were e inn net paled the will of their master. Thev then set to work mid Liy frit Gallity und Industry sue a cd d in sul Ilcent sum to in Chase their snot. Their son afterwards married n. Slave tin properly of Samuel k. A a. She Niu by lit in Viiu. Hills of Sale Wpm Takii and held y he father but it the time he Gran led his Hon and free papers in sunday the uld ii com distil very said i Only and without any Taus. Lie wis buried yesterday. Immediately i tailor Niu cd Mcgrath living on the same v Marii Liren Street list Wei ii Kast Anil look toward enslaving tha ii Gross. Me was aware of the old Nan having n Bill ofsnli1, but did nut pm w tint he had grinned the children free no will to Spoar of examination of the c use de a lawyer Naim a Clenry. Thuv told Tinl tiny had a Lino Chance for n i 1c him four for his a Siru Tiftic ill gotten Lioi Ity. Jle Arv jumped at the tempting und from the old to Ostli and to Thi Doten Nunt his in my with the x Murk. Having Tom i sir they priced de to take of the negroes and were astonish i a to find free s or ii them in the face. Blair Rasca Lity was Tui Eaily the lawyer Csc airy Ami Mcd Ralh were Inith lodged in jail and will in examined . We understand full he lawyer to turn slate evidence. I Liere will to some Curiosa Devi Lonnie its n this Tunt tar. It surmised he Many hat find Usi a in produce thu uld Negani s death from its sudden nos. Democrat to. Diamond mar itally Lorr t1ik poke. Tin nuptials of Trio Rich cuban senior Oviedo with miss Bartlett Senius to bring rouble at inc very outset. A few Daj s afer the wedding Tho x. V. Tribune pub Ishad it satirical Ikichi by kid fund c. Sec Man at Wahidi the Bride s father Lieut tart Cut took offence and proceeded to ii Root in the author Wilh a Challenge. A or. Adams acted As the Friend of the lieutenant and carried his notes while a i Milne service was performed for the auth a by or. A. C. Hills. In the note no. 1 or. Kari Lett inquires afr. Stedman if he was Tho or. Stedman who wrote the poem. Or. S. Replied that in was or Bartlett in his next note demanded in apology to the Bride senior and Tho whole family and enclosed a Brno therefor. The author replied Eccli Ling to sign any apology defending his to Qin and charging Lieut. Bartlett with hav no acted absurdly a. In conclusion he jays if this reply is severe you have Only to censure yourself for addressing inc in it Mariner unfitting the occasion or its cause. Were i in the wrung you have placed it my of my Power to offer amends. Lei me lows distinctly say. That in no event Coull i have retracted what seems to to and to others a Humr Inui not uncalled for critic so on Ona of the principal Public events of the Day. July Friend or. A. U. Hills is authorize to act for i and will wait m r. R 0. Adams with this note. 1 no your obedient servant c. Steuban Washington a. Vilart Letl ksn., 33 West l4lh Surcel. Lieut a Arquitt then decided not to Chal Cnoc or. St Dumn on the pretence Liat he was not his social equal which is said not .0 be but to commence Legal so Tho affair rests at Overland mail a pamphlet by a Huddy Johnson is bout to be published entitled remarks u on popular sovereignty u maintained. An denied festively by judge Douglas i attorn key Gen. Illick. He establishes to following proportions 1st, that Condrea Lias no Power to prohibit slavery in them organized territories. 2nd, that Congo is had no Power to prohibit slavery in the territories Afler they have been org nine in Dor territorial governments. 3rd, that con Gress has no Jan to establish slavery i a territory. Slavery is the creature of Fob Tive Law which May exist Wilher by slate or custom. 4th, that Congress has Tiu ithe Power to prohibit nor regulate it. 5th, territorial governments can a Tuit protect o exclude slavery at any Lime during in sex Etc Lam. In conclusion he sub units that the Doc tone of popular sovereignty Mainii ined from the first to last by Douglas Ami now so assailed by the attorney Gen., liar bore in most explicit Sanction o Congress the Steamer Arago arrived this evening from Havre and Southampton. Her political news has been Nutini baled but Sho has lauds to the 19th ult. But Ceges Are mrs. Mason and family Hon. Keilt and lady Juro Iuo Napoleon to a part i Rof. Childs of Cambridge. The Jingo Xis cd the Steamer Vander Iton the to regard anything As a government Ord statute As Law except confirm d cd to his own sense of Justice and right d Virginia was not a state or. Wise w e not a governor. Tho Union was not a i lion so called governments were org raid air acids and John Brown was to to s the Only real and True on t soil of Virginia Atid had an infinitely right to hang nov. Wise than gov w had to hang him. I he also sail i think you can make belter use of Iron Liui forging it in to Chain if you must have the Metal put it in r Sharps rifles. It is a great Deal better til a great Clumsy Sittne of a false great a for men to Kneel Down und worship in Santo Tom c Orwin was present on Llo plan for and being called upon fur a speech said 1 was there merely by Accident and Begge to be allowed to rtt feet upon what Hoha wird giving he vote upon the nut ice. Oudeans. Wells Fargo a co. Have obtained the privilege from Sonom to run a line of weekly san Gas from Arizona i u All shins whatsoever i would 1 1 men should do to no i Ihui ild do a Fri s lol Liciu. It Iliad is me Fullier to in Iurii bar them that Are in winds us wit them i endeavoured to net up to that ii Striction. I say. I am yet la i understand that Harleston s. C. And went to Harania then Ciufi Tigos and then to us coast of Sliwo Sho took in a of landed them on Tho South hide of or Landing the Blacks the mate took the is Sci into Cam Wachy then obtnining.friij--1 Lent sailed for new was i Poiror. Of it on from , by the fitted omit she we it Looner but the mate had her altered to i Ganline and brought her a Nuch to thug it. Her name is in very Small Itten d she has been totally divvied of Erin annl fittings u a Bluver. Cape Payne e j. I1. Hooper took passage on re for Xci York but died on Tho voyage s Romains were kept and buried it stat Island. Deputy marshal pos Dubton of tin slaver. Tho a piously looked Lite and it is probable that w Brigati Tinc will be sold for Tho Benefit of e United states d of Ternent. The Hrick by Vildins it Artioli lost. Paul s Cathedral occupied o Connor was partially destroyed1 by c this i Sofij about Xot t tie re Tutu idl to that the democrats the House ii the so talc it is doubt the returns from Tho City wards a t Coop Clud yet the Ann Ensani. Will bout 17, w majority which of Coune a res the state ticket by a Lusty major Tyr far Thoro to to no change delegation. Inquest on 3ir. Kyle not yet in Central Reform committee g unanimously deepest in gnats Oil and dist res at the murder of their petted and excl let fellow citizen Dawn Kyu-jr., at the polls in the i to attend the funeral to Morv inviting nil and Der who regard with sorrow and. S crowing act and inc Unwar Almont enmities of the rejent m e funeral proc comic n. Ife turns from Cecil and in word counties Low six w four Kopro Anta times and o senators. T hero has been a marked abatement in he excitement hem the Day. The town Frolof people he when Tho licit Menf at its highest and Aro Nti Minally coming and going. Judge Ruc a and lady and or Lloyt who first took Brown s defence left hero this morning be Iilona Coppee who was found guilty yes erd Aras not yet received his shield s eco one of the negro prisoners win put trial str any to is defended of a. Sent the evidence be closed and Tho Ciao will to Morrow to the jury. Copeland is next for trial and of monday s expected that the wounded Mart Stop s will be brought up. It a almost that Cook will plead guilty first Aub Linz a written confession or statement connection Irith Crown. His Broth in Law gov. Of ind is still Here. J. Marji All a re writer of Tho Baltimore. Sun whilst in the fire alarm Telegraph office to night got with another Man Drew apis. Tol and shot or. U Mcl Hail president of the second Branch of the City Council mid it acting mayor of he City during mayor Swann. The Ball ook Ellel in thigh producing u serious wound which any prove he had maltreated in the loth Ward. Adam 11. Kyle merchant doing business at no. 88 Ken our sir., a a Leforne has been shot in the Temple and is in a dying Condi on. George h. Kyle who came to his ass stance was also shot Anil is dangerously wounded. In the 14th Ward a Dos pirate struggle occurred tie reformers were resisted with arms. Sonney White alias James John Ion a notorious Rowdy Usu shot dead with a pistol Ball 2 other romlic.4 named Harris and Diffy were shot id the legs. Hon a Starr a reformer win also shot in Tho legs. We. Stiles reformer was shot in he Arm and leg. Theodore Woodall was badly beaten. Or. C. Richardson a be Forrar was Pur cd by the Captain of the thunderer of i Altimori with a drawn sword lie took Refuge in a store and the pursuing rowdies iroc the windows Richardson however managed to make his escape. Judge Giles of the u. S. District court met sheriff Creamer in the Street and told him in decided terms hint he was to in held accountable for All the blood shed to Day. In also told him us a judge and a lawyer hat he had the authority and it was his Uty to interfere. In he 18th Ivard the rowdies took Pou Ess on of the polls and Garo the reformers Otic i to leave. Fix Mccurly was severely information in Mexico to 22nd says Ture x govern it u of mems the return of minister me be to renew the treaty negotiations As list gentleman commenced them at Vera i it is to might it would be disrespect to him to transit or tic proceedings to 3en. Roble had asked in Iii Urtiew with Kitsio in comm tune of Tho Liberal for near Cordova wishing to make some idly Wilh him. The it had 2300 men and 13 batteries to and nce on Tehua con. There is ornery probability that the City 1 be taken. In which event he will soon to a United Force of Ioco men to March Cordova. I to satisfactory manner in which to received the intelligence of Vidaurri us the command of the army of Northern Chico is regarded As ride acc of their ral strength. Iris actions not being con ered in accordance with Tho Constitution Liberty. Mira nmn 3 troops in tic City of Mexico re acting partly on Tho defensive fearful cite it Ift Hoy had the Means of Rytir on a intercepted correspondence of Marguez that after the Battle if Gen. Woll Rote to Miramon . Mar a. Was Al Cordingly a treated to Send him 0 men and 2 when the latter lord stating ins Antler inability to do so threatened to resign his commission if Ramon insisted in his order. Jap. Meigs of the corp of engineers been relict id from superintendence of 10 capital and Post office extensions and it. Franklin of the corps of in bin place. He has recently Ted Secretary of the Light House ird and considered an Able officer. T u ascertained from reliable source that h arrangements Aro in Progress u to and of doubt of the Early reopening of Lehti Artopec route. Minister Milano will leave in the steam Brooklyn on Tho 5th direct for Vera 7. Although it is believed Senor Urrico to invited to return with him. He arrangement has not Mado he state department has co Eivid from Nosul Block an authentic account of the us stance attending Tom murder of or and Chase by order of the Church party 6 different i were received at the Post of Ico de Imant to Day for carrying the mail been Portland and Orleans he postmaster Gen. Firmly adheres Loic determination to but one con it holding the party who May receive responsible far performin5 Tae entire scr Lirgg quantities of ammunition arc sent a Washington to a Larkpor s ferry to re Ace that rec Nily distributed among tha at the last suck Muir of Senate resolutions were passed request no the orca Idiu to cause the Heads of the of Parlman to submit in estimate for to Congress upon a basis not exceeding fitly Mil Iii i annually exclusive of the Public debt i and in Frost thereof provided the some can without injury to the Public service. Earnest ulay of British legation in Mexico arrived Here to Day and immediate y sought an interview with lord va., 31. Tins argument of counsel in the Case of John Crown being co chided sir. Chilton asked the court to instruct the jury that Ift icy believed the prisoner was not a of Virginia they cannot convict him. The court declined saying the Coni Titu Tion did not give rights and immunities a logic but also responsibilities. Chillon asked another instruction in inc elite that the jury most be satisfied is to i a Placo where the Olla acc Wlk Glicr within the Iuni Luries of Jef Ferson county which Thi court granted. A recess fur half an hour Wax taken when the Ury Catnip. In their list. An it i a it mint prevailed in thu court. The jury lined him guilty of treason advis no Wilh Savls and others to Robe and of inn scr in the first degree. Ill own Lay Down it Tetly hit of Ltd Noth Iii Gail Miheve Sci Demon iteration of any Kin. L or. Ulsilton moved an arrest Law h on account of the or runs in the indictment and in the verdict. Tho Olyce Chinn in regard to the indictment Lias Licon already Ita Teil. The Fri sour has Iwon tried for in o i Isicc not appearing on the record of the grand jury. The verdict was not Szpara Cly but n general verdict in the whole in a c ii it. The prisoner has been found Nhy of both counts liar Umlor of Fth a Cabot. It was he could nut be found guilty of both in Nurre Einen the Point will be argued to Morrow morning. Crown was remanded to jail or. Harding announced that he was ready to proceed with Tho trial of Copice who was brought in. The ceremony of passing Between a file of armed men being disposed of look n seat Between Griswold Llovet it to appeared is his counsel. The Urcina Ducr of the any was spent in end Cav Ori in to obtain a july. The panel was not Complete when at 5 o clock Ihu court s. Washington 1st. Letters from Mexico by t be Tennessee slate that the bark Juara taken for a slaver on the coast of Africa i mexican colors by an English Cruiser was brought into Vera. Cruz of Tho 18th nit. The liberals claim to hold the the expedition contemplated against the City of Mexico is still spoken of As being of i formidable in the 5th Ward the re Briers were driven off at a Early hour. He son of Hon. Joshua sent was Bea in while attempting to vote. 1st, 2d and in wards Are in Possession of Tho rowdies n the 20th wards the rowdies Are knocking own and Mal treating whom they to Protection is offered by the police a thing of rowdies from Washington Are Aid no the Baltimore 3.-the Glt congressional dist. Anne Arundel co gives i. W. Hughs n 10 maj. In 5th District Fredrick in Given ii. W. Holfman am Ost master neral has concluded an arrangement with Canadian Post office department by Rich the mails no to to transported for in sea postage weekly Between Detroit and Serpool via Portland in the Winter and in River St. Lawrence in the summer. In service to commence by Tho trip of the t Steamer outward from Portland on the h inst. It is intended to have the mails such of them As May to thereby exp cd from tha South North Western and pro try some of South Western states t in close Between Chicago and Detroit on the one Side and Liverpool and Ndon on the other and for this proposal assent of Fth British depart it has been requested. Jones a Young clerk in the land be Here committed suicide by blowing brains out with a va., 8. Russell and Lennot attorneys from Boson reached Here to Day. Cook was brought before the Magentra to i court and waived an examination. He was committed for trial. Copped s trial was resumed no witnesses were called for thu defence. Or. Harding opened the argument for 10 Commonwealth and Hoyt and followed for Tho defendant. Or. Hunter closed for the prosecution. He speeches were of marked ability. Or. Griswold asked for several instruct ions which were All granted by Tho court lie jury then retired. Irown was then brought into Tho court Louse which was immediately he court gave its decision on the motion o arrest judgement overruling the object ions made on Tho objection that treason cannot to committed against a state except y a citizen of it. Ruled that wherever Al Chi acc was duo treason May to committed. Most of tha Stetcu have passed Laws against treason. Tho objections As to the orm of Tho verdict rendered Wero also As insufficient. The clerk then asked Browa whether he us anything to say Why sentence should of be pronounced when Brown stood up and in a Clear and distinct voice said i Laro May it please Tho court a few o say. In the first Placo i deny every Hing but what i have All along admitted he design on Ray part to free the slaves i Nten did certainly to Hare a non n Clear Ling of that matter As i did last Winter when i went into Missouri and there took k Staves without the snapping of a Pun neither Side. Moved them through the country and finally left them in Canada. 1 Haig cd to Hare done the same thing a Ain on a larger scale. That was All in. Ended i never intended to commit murder r treason or to destroy or to exic or incite tha slaves to rebellion and to in pc an insurrection. I have another objection and that is it is unjust that i should Uffer such a penalty. And 1 interfered in 10 manner which admit has he ii fairly roved for 1 a Miro Tho truthfulness and jmdor1 of Tho greater portion of the Wilnes is who Havo testified in this Case had i so in Erfred in behalf of Tho Rich Tho Power i the intelligent the so called great or in behalf of their friends Oither father Mother Istir wife or Chi Ildron or any of thai class not suffered arid sacrificed what 1 Havo in its interference it would Havo bean All ight. Every in this court would Hava dec Mcdian act worthy of award Rasht a Hon punishment. Thin court a Knowlta of Goh. Tho pcs Lamont that 3d. The returns from the ate Are very meagre Thoro received Are re democratic. The reformers have a All majority in this 3d. A freight train consisting 41 cars on Tho x. Y. R., ran of the cd at Midnight near this City. The to motive and 8 of the cars were smashed Tore were no lives nov. A. A letter has been received hero it attn r lat Gen. Trias for Many years governor Chihuahua is shortly circled to consult la fudge Hart with reference to the can Ilion of a Railroad through cd Chuhna or a Grant to messes. Hartr Otero and ens by the legislature of that state last r. Lieut. Lowry is re ported As 11 at Al pass. Capt. T. Smith of Tho Lopour Ijiri end incurs Baa been appointed Secretary he Light House Board Vii of Frank commander Harts Liiro Natl Lieut Jones c been ordered on special duty in fitting Ihu sen the Steamer Pawnee it phils shia. Davenport has been detached from Inanc duty at the Washington Navy a and on cred to Trio a Lionel , a Tho steamship and Ca arrived at Halifax this afternoon with carpool dates to the 22nd. Ult three Days r than previously received. Her adv cannot Roach hero until tomorrow Morg by the horse court Mot at 10 o a. Co poo was brought in to Hare Hii i. Griswold stated Points in which to ask an arrest of judgment to said it had not n pave i beyond doubt that he we Eron Tizen of Tho u. S. He argued that trea could not been committed against the in but Only against Tho general govern it. Citing authority of judge Story Al hat the jury had not fined tha prisoner to of offence not charged. They find m guilty of murder in the first i Grec in Tho indictment Don t charge with pcs constituting that crime. In. Hunter replied quoting the Virginia c to the effect that technicalities should arrest the administration of Justice. As jurisdiction Over treason sufficient to Virginia had passed a Law assuming lat jurisdiction and defining what constr. Is that crime. The court reserved its Ision. Irown was present during the Jumont. Jury sworn. Copped s Case tha irony same already published. Cook Eck examination before a magistrate s is reported that other vigilance committee is forming in this City to superintend thu election to take Luce on the 7th Ohk november 1. The Washington correspondent of Tho n. Y. Herald says i have it on the most or i Abl authority that the death penalty will not be inflicted immediately. He May a sentenced to die on tin1 Gallows within or 3 Days because the Ordinary delay of 30 Days Between sentence and execution docs not apply in Tho Case of Ono convicted of inciting slaves to insurrection. Bui got. Wish admires Lbrown s indomitable. Pluck and it cause to wishes to show inc world Liow magnanimous Virginia can be he will probably respite the execution for at least 30 i should not be surprised from what i learn if i order will be Modo direct tag Crown to be Kent to Richmond to be kept in Tho Penitentiary them till such Lime m May to Floetl for his execution. A indy whose is ban written to Witt requesting permission to wait upon and Thursel Tho Munfort unit old Man. The Parmi with hns been nov. 4.---the depart Pic in Steamer great has. Tern for the its had Iken again a stoned this time j die. Will Pru Hably pot icare the or. I to Ilet Nils of in treaty agreed upon by o enrich conf Renei been published m which ii to be a Mere amplify Tion of the Villa France not event of tha no crop a the rights of the grand Italy Are reserved for the consideration Spain was dissatisfied with of Pacific asian and a War was Eonard de i Niininen. Tho Ovorn Nunt had issued a Croc calling fora loan of of pcs. Tho a Teamor v Andor blot City of bal Nore Troia now i Ork and a orb amen from que acc hid arrived out. 31. Senator Hale publishes a Otter in Tho press and Tribune this morn no in a Force co to Tho attempt of the Herald to implicate him in Tho ferry sur Rollion says to shall not undertake to talk of vindicating Tho Oiler gentlemen Whoso names no mentioned so liar is Rula tvo to himself can Only reply by denying every word and syllable and pronouncing every word from to end false challenging the world for a article of testimony written or overbid sustaining a a Clargo thus made never Hud Horny knowledge or intimation from any Ono that an insurrection or outbreak was contemplated by John Brown or any Ono in Virginia or elsewhere. Pledges himself that if evidence in Laid Buford the grand jury of Maryland or Virginin and thu a find a Bill to go there for trial. Subscribe for Tho what t expected of Railroad. Under Trio head of Good news Tho Trenton. Tenn Standard thus Tho completion of the Mobile and Ohio 11. The Obion River to the Iron horse will in Low weeks really be snorting Trenton then a City a great big one will Spring up around us we will Wear store clothes own edit a Dairy Sla Danl Rind hive in spicy rcp6rt like Al. Wilker of the Villa Well do the Railroad printing make a. Fortune Rido in the ears drive i. Fast he red pot Aji ratty wife raise a Luric and re.ipectkh1e put on City Kin generally and when our form is knocked into Pip the daily Par cars of. Our City will be in rowed in Black. for tha unify Hal Porter of am Cut want a House after the following pattern i would like a woman f Bat has a sort of Brunch a complexion Durk sowing hair tie mite Curling dimples on mild Ilow with pleasant eyed looking out of her cad. I Don t want a Glass eyed or k Ian pm Jawed women one that is Cross is the Bluet and nil Over the x. Tho Pembroke Cotton is Al 3 uncool Village Wero destroyed by this morning together with a 7onk, Wendell Phillips of Oaton delivered a lecture last evening in Rooklyn in which he argued that John in was the Only american who had a boldly up to the True american t Ida also to True Falm and Fata wrap of an offset Kido of Fth room. The loss is 00, of Wlinich about is insured. I to Mills were owned principally by old Minot then. Howo w. Lob oils d m. Pope All of Boston. A wry optic in thrown out of Cut plot Nunt by iia result of the election in Kansas is As follows for Constitution against it ution kor Ute night Wilh in dust on Cut
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