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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - September 7, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana -i1. Obj amp do Ilia. A it Eort Wayne. Inta a a wednes0ay to 1� we or a a a do Tor Imd a proprietor. Issued every wednesday More Iso Rufi Fco Ott Callioux St. Opposite Public Square i Feigi Srsa per year in Ady Ance. Rates of advertising. One Square 12 lines or less on insertion $1,00 each aug sequent of same,. Your. A a a a a a a Quot six month she Tiff be one column one year. A ail months. A Tiree months. A. Half column one year. Quot six Fauths a a a we three months. On fourth Goli imn one a i Quot six months. A a Quot three months15,00 announce Flag for office. A a a 2,00 for double column Advt a Price and a halt a kinds of Job printing done at re sonar e rates add executed with Chat Ness and dispatch. No sooner entered Bay of new a Ork than he was. Robbed of two. Rare and value blk Birds which he had brought a with atm Aliye from country. Or dual Alum will in due time Lay be fore readers of Tribune Yome further do tails of his advert Tures and discoveries and he will probably afterwards employ his ample notes in preparation of an Lobor. Ater work for which his Trei ures of Natur Al history his collections of african utensils and manufactures and his numerous drawings of scenery and persons will furnish an admirable variety of a materials. A new african explorer. From lie new . In Tribune of june 29th Ami july loth we Public shod three letters from an <.4frican traveler which undoubtedly attracted attention they deserved from intelligent and esp a rally scientific Reader for their Lively and descriptions of men and blasts and their valuable addition to Geo Naph ical Sci Einice of a knowledge of regions to Avrich hitherto White Man had Naver penetrated. The writer a of to use letters is or. Paul la. Duchal Luj by birth a fre Clunan but by adoption an a in Erica who nearly four years since via it out to Africa partly under patronage of Philadelphia natural history so Bety but chiefly at his own charges induced by his love of science to suffer tie privations of a life of adventure among Sav age beasts and hardly Savage men in tier Meridian and Nie Ciless Sun of Equator in a Region which on Wiir Best hips is a Virgin country unmarked save upon sea coast by a sin in name. We have pleasure of announcing that or. To a Chaillou arrived in this City on Day in Brigantine Ocean Eagle from Island of Torisco after a passage of sixty weight Days. With occasional intervals when or. Do Chaillou has returned to i recruit at tie hos Itable Homes which i missionaries Iliavi Iliade for on Island p Joris co and that he might ship to United states treasures in natural history which he a i collected he ii Insp it w Ole term of his absence ii it Selion of Africa lying four or five de,4rje.s on Bot ii sides of Equator and several Hun Hod Miles Island in in coast. If Leader will turn to map of Africa he will observe that to thou Iron Guinea is an Quot unexplored Region Quot stretching nearly across continent to Indi in Ocean. The Only settlement of Whites on its coast North of Mayu Mha Are at tire urdu Ali of Gabon River on tie Island of Torisco and at slaved pot of Lopez i hat of Mouth of tie Gabon or. Do cilia ill made his Point of departure. Fiona this place in tie course of three years he made five separate expeditions penetrating to Interior until his Progress was arrested by Sierra Del Crystal -mountain.-, which seen to be continuation of Groat Chain of mountains of Kong which come Down through Guinea and exploring country Between this Range and sea for several degrees on both sides of equinoctial line. The distance traversed in Al these must have been several thousand Miles. There Are in Lii at country no boasts of a Zurdi Region after leaving coast As on Tot of Prairie and Plain but of unbroken Forest hostile tribes of african who had Neverseen a White Man. Waging frequent whose institutions Are slavery , and cannibalism Are its pople and though it is filled with All Beauty and a hmm Sublimity of Ropic to vegetation and .-.ceiiiei-y, its Possession is dispute a wit i its Savage by a Trocio is i boasts and venomous reptiles and insects. A unaccompanied and unattended by any White companion but trusting to native a servants alone for Gai Lance Ari l ail so far As he needed any other than Iii by indomitable courage and Energy a Young of slight stature apparent by with no great Powers of endurance and Mot yet thirty years of age has on Pijot and in Rule canoes traversed its Rivers Phu Igod 8iit<t its forests scaled its , Ami fearlessly encountered All its Savage natives a whether beasts or human. On one of these excursions he was about 18 months in Bush and had he perished alien or indeed a at any other time he would have fallen a Martyr unknown except to a few personal friends. To his love of knowledge. In our work Day and Money making age when to be enthusiastic is to be almost ridiculous and there seems to Young men left to be done in world it strikes us that Young explorer is entitled to admiration and that such courage and Devotion May suggest some profitable reflections. Be have had pleasure of several in Ter views with or. Do Chaillou and it is not improper to say that his simplicity and mod Fisty impress us As much As his intelligence and courage. He i stored full of curious a nth Iii Attoh in relation to various a tribe i Riith he has visited and much in Quot their tto Anners their Quot habits their religions and Coad Tiou they Haye re had in a Tiff Liying is Jiuu started. By a a of Niani fractures of Liten Sjo a of arms of Iii sic Al instruments and of idols. It is a Herevi a Dency of deleterious influence of first civilization to barbarism,.that. Do Chaillou went from uie coast. The higher he Folind tie moral an Iii a Telic a tue a cd Haiti in of that fees it is it Fly of eat each other but. In this a rely ii hey were,.wqrse Tolian ,,.t.i�obps while in their rude manufactures. They Are More ingenious and a a. Tom Refore a More people. Nor Are altogether Utji de i rating their manufactures As their cloth Mads of gis is of a Fine text Are Liidi these Wing with. Whith pieces i tre Pmj edit together k As even a a civilized housewife s he Imming. Their Trevy if exhibited As a Truscan vase would be cd Lor of form a a Kiwi Spear Heads Are made of id mtg ,.l.wondiit is Tjit a people who a proceed id no Tefis raft a hot to Iio Boft his Inot ii8 carious museum. A it of. A a Tiona a wig a it is g0v5 Willard. Extract a ism Kapolis Lett be to Tuii Casein Matt gaze�t1s. It is probably a settled thing that Willi Ard will be a candidate for u. S. Senate when Fitch s fraud Ilent term ends. So far As his own will can control matter he certainly will be. He has no notion of dropping out of governor s chair into Gutter though such an Accident Mig it easily befall him. His Quot aspiring blood Quot won t Quot sink into ground Quot although he is frequently dispos6d to put it where it would t have far to go if it did. But we Flincy that he can hardly go through with such impediments As his administration will fasten to him. To say that he has been worst governor state Ever had is saying very Little for it halt had 3 or 4 that were Good ones and no bad one at All till now. Quot a Bull in a China shop Quot that proverb of misfits ass would be a Well pleased and agreeable animal beside ignorant Bat conceited meddler who has somehow got lodged among delicate and important responsibilities of executive chamber Ilis administration began with that shameless i Aud which took Bright and Fitch to Senate and it has happily verified indications of that suspicious be Ginni Ugi his personal habits too Are in admirable Harmony with his Otinicial Quali locations and since lays of Lliel Logasa , we doubt if anybody has maintained so Happ a balance Between Public Misc n Luct and personal depravity. And his character is pretty Well Apreci cited by his own Larty. The better part of them have As Little desire As republicans to see state measured by such a if he gels to Senate it will be by skilful handling of party machinery and not by five or of his partisans. It is questionable if any Man in state is so universally despised both for incapacity and disc honesty As gov. Willard. Yet he has one Quality that even his enemies must a Specto Hardihood. He will do most disgraceful dishonest act a Man can do in his of dec with perfect indifference and even with a sort of defiant Conte nip of shame that would him a hero if to t a Knave. The new Penitentiary Case illustrates this trait. He urged legislature to build a new Penitentiary instead of old one both in his special and general . He it As one of Tiree things which made an extra necessary. Vet now that legs Slature has granted it he openly declares that it Shan t be built because it is not 1 rated where he wants it that it where some very intimate friends of his have a lot of land which he is rather More suspected of having an interest in. And he is not doing this with Quot bated breath Quot and Distant suggestions or with roundabout practices that might appear to Lead to something a Little less Sli Moless but openly and with a per act India Terence to contempt and an apr Parent unconsciousness Itiat there is anything remarkable about it that almost astonishes censure into silence. This Case illustrates characteristic in question fully. Such a Man will hardly get into Olliee again after he is Lapi ily out amon.1 democrats. A lost i wild Sta Jivko to a death is Forest of wednesday last published in Lima Allen county Ohio relates melancholy Par titular of loss in Forest four Miles in m that town of Pitt la daughter aged six years of a or King whose ate was not known for nine Days a and thence Tjody was that paper says. She went on wednesday fortnight last to visit a neighbors and Ashen there went out with his children to carry some Rater to where their father wis working. Some difficulty occurred Between children and Little girl was caused to go Back and turned to go to neighbor s hip be full of vexation at its treatment. Thinking doubtless More about childish wrong it had received than wherein was going it wandered on moodily and though in sight of House where its Mother wins took wrong path and soon became inst in dense Woods. T to hours after children it went out with returned but it was with them it was lost. Day and night it was hunted for nine Days and on Friday last it was found within two Miles from where it had first strayed naked and dead lying on i belly Over two logs As fit had fallen and was too weak to Rise again. The people of Putnam county from All parts of county turned out Day after Day to search for it acid traversed whole Woods for eight or nine Miles around during whole nine Daj a by four or five Hundred per Day. But without Avail. It appears that where it , had been overlooked and search had been extended too far in supposition that it had gone farther. Its Little Bonnet was Huttig on a Luib and its frock and clothes perhaps Little one thought of going to bed or More probably Hung up its clothes to dry after heavy storm of thursday night before it was found. It had built playhouses to while away in. The wild , and had sucked off fallen timbers for Yards for sustenance. It had waited for its Mother and father s coming to take it Home for Many a and had played in Hope of their coming but they could not find it though so near to them. When a bund it had evidently died within a few hours body had undergone no purification. The poor Mother we learn has nearly lost her reason and no wonder j Hose nine Days of terrible and soul harrowing suspense who can conceive it for her 1 a or Thor Douglas letter on Popup of sovereignty published in harpers. Magazine is claimed by harpers As theirs by copy right they threaten Quot All persons with prosecution who republish it. So it would seem or. Douglas has descended to Selling his popular sovereignty communications for pecuniary considerations. This fact has caused much indignation among his friends who demand that he shall repudiate such conditions i hey want his letter to be As free As Goy. Ise makes his so that there May be fair play among presidential aspirants we confess that this copy right business has a curious look we shall probably have some explanation about it before Long. If senator s pocket is getting Low that fact May account for it and if True we wonder he did not apply to Bonner of Ledger and place hinge lion Apar with or. it being understood that Bonner pays More for contributions than any one else in news paper Dom. Anniv Crary to put in Bay. Anecdote of cassias m. Clay.-. A a Blondin Blondin first from american to can Andian Shore in manacles a Collar about Ilis neck a Chain Pendant to his and two others from Liis wrists to his angles. The Fetters were not very weighty and could not have materially interfered with his Perl romances. Or added very greatly to fatigue of i Sejourne. During ill passage he repeated most of feats Previ Oudy on his head Langing beneath ther Ojie swinging his body under it backward sustained by Iii arms wit ii his elbows Bent All difficult and Dar no in extreme but by Blondin him a self made commonplace and simple. The return performance was most interesting. After a stay of fifteen Quot or Twenty minutes on Canadian Shore he started Back with a Cook stove swung on his Back culinary appurtenances thereto consisting of Saucepan ladle sundry dishes and a pair of Bellows securely fastened upon stove. It must not be imagined that stove he bore on his Back was a full fixed cast Iron Quot Victor Quot neither must it be fancied a miniature affairs a disguised spirit lamp Chav Iii . It was a Good sized properly Fasi ironed cooking of ave. Made of Russia Sheet Iron and boasting of smoke pipe two feet in height. Arrived at Centre of rope Blondin secured his pole and proceeded with great to make preparations for Linging his stove he placed it upon rope him sat Down and with some Pitcher combustible material built his fire exciting it with . And. Soon a smoke which proved of preparations for cooking. When a proper degree of heat had been attained to produced his eggs broke them into his dish and threw shells into. The River. The Omelette was prepared with All skill of a cd ize a i a sync and when it was completed he Dower edit to deck of Maidhof Mist where,.we doubt not it was divided into smallest possible shares and eagerly treasured by pm sverige is. Go Thering tip his Quot hotel Quot Blondin it upon his 4 ack and quickly landed himself arid it up-,01 american Shore amid loud checks of tile i Hronza Buffalo. O lond a. To rtt s thus first starting of tremendous engines Reat ship great Eastern first movement of Gigantic Cranks and cylinders of paddle engines was made at half past 1 o clock Wien great masses slowly Rose and fell As As engines of a Greenwich boat but exerting in their great revolutions what seemed to be an aim St Resis Tible Power. There a is no noise no vibration nor slightest sign 6i heating and i tremendous Frame of Iio Nwoji k sprang at into life and motion with As much i As if every Rod and Crank had been worked i for last ten years. The steam in i boilers was about Twenty one pounds but i As a matter of course engines were j turned but slowly never exceeding six re i solutions per minute. Even with this slow motion and slight immersion of paddle floats effect of enormous pow i or was at visible upon ship. The great mooring chains astern were tightened to their utmost and it seemed As if Trot Man s anchors themselves would j held under Strain. Fortunately however these held fast and then screw engines were Liot into motion working ship astern so As to counteract effect of paddles. These latter engines worked with tie same ease and Freedom Luiere was no noise no sign of hot bearings and result was considered by All engineers on Board to be satisfactory in very Highst degree and far beyond what could have been expected. Health of fit our Nib nigh us a a a Ai Nehf to feel ,4t of Bis 01 and Entis Buas it i amp he i Barac a that go go a tick red Pec?m9s,.pf i which Fli he of hols witfefhim.--. I Quot Nightingale continues to lose strength under her continued labors., spines and suite Viii of Crimea made a deep and a biding impression on her. Devoted arid deep hat ure she Detent Ionedi after to give herself up to removal of Manifest sources of that coh which she had he held id full play in thai la Zar houses of Sou Tarim and ,, dismal Luary Jieva before Viveir to it no Eli or tin of health of Isoldi a a a increase of a is come rt8. In i a in spite of Ira i it a health and failing Quot and be Quot he a air a a rrraa87h�iefa they Reibin q new York Tribune Sas editor of Cincinnati inquirer during canvass of 1856, edited a paper in Virginia South Side democrats and claims credit of having those sneering articles on Greas , Small listed Farmers free Sci tools and vulgar society of North which lie publican journals and orators served up with so much effect before democracy during that Campaign. A i Oliace gig Emelei a editor of new York Tribune a leading spirit i Jour nazism now in California and known and read by All men was in 1831 and 1832, an apprentice in a printing of Sce in Erie Penn Horace obtained for his services .$50a year. Out of that sum he saved enough to buy his father a Yoke of steers. He clothed himself with a suit of Blue jeans two Brown shirts Chip hat brogans and Vith less than $5 in Money he left rugged Hemlock land Ofidis father. Between Crawford county penn., and chata que county new York and started for big City of new York. What he has accomplished since we need not to Sav. Perry s Victory is to be celebrated at put in Bay on 10th of september. Arrangements Are being made at All Lake ports for excursion trips to Bay and Back on Day named. A Corner Stone is to be Laid on that Day of a Monument to be erected in commemoration of Victory. Gov. Corwin is to to orator of oct a a a cassion As we see it noticed in our exchanges. Thousands of persons of course will be ill attendance. From Toledo steamers sea Bird capt. Blodget and Forrester capt. J. P. Ward will take out and Back first named boat will leave depot of s. M. Ii. R. At 7 o clock a m. And latter on arrival of excursion trains from South and West. Tickets $1,00 apply to l. Max at. At Toledo. Of Bishop Payne who for Many years has been missionary Bishop to Africa from protestant episcopal Church in United states is now in this country. We Harn that he officiated at Trinity Church Toledo on wednesday evening last. He will return to his Fiehl of labor some time this fall after assembling of general convention of tie Church and meeting of Board of missions which takes place in october next at City of Linch mond Virginia. Death of John Detroit if announces death of one of first settlers of Detroit major John Biddle and quite a wealthy property Holder and after whom Biddle a Oase was named. last of six Brothers one of whom was Biddle of s. Bank notoriety. He died at Virginia White Sulphur Springs. caused by thai Douglas attic my a a a Hington it dispatch says receipt of Hai per a monthly Quot wife senator Douglas manifesto creates greatest excitement. Gov. Wise s friends declare that he must i it Media Tely prepare a counter Doc a tent for Bonner s ledger.,. Tho editors of Constitution and Republic deny in their issues to Day Hia Virnig been Ait House of so Vuglas As is Feli arged by t rib uhe a a respondent and republished in Herald. The states fact Ai d charges authorship up Jon an attache of Era office. A a a a a Etc a m Tadia Naipo li8-jo�rnal say that judge Wallace Hiis granted a mandamus on Applina Iii of parties ditching of so Pap ads compiling auditor of state to pay amount Doo to contractor for Imi Ces performed. The resistance made to Issue of Iho Lyric was pn4he.�ground was exhausted but Ste bal Beers failed to show that fund had been w a pm those for hich it Wisset a rec i Ili Emge it on is that Tjw Tedy a a Lepi mately a Ipp a ii a ii Toa King up deficiencies in other Revenue full Daft. Of Quot Croton water excitement in new York is at an end. Professors John Torrey and James 11. Chil o a have Analizer water and find nothing unhealthy in it. The Peculiar taste and scent it has had for s me time past originated in Large quantities of vegetable matter therein a species of algae or water Plant having become prevalent in let Ottom of Croton liver latel3\ this examination has shown that there is now matter in water than formerly and to that extent it May be said to be healthier than at any time previously. A 0 5= following political portrait of Stephen a. Douglas from new York Herald will by recognized As True by All who Are acquainted with senators movements since 1851 Herald says Quot we very much Fea. That during last five years or. Douglas has done More to build up anti slavery movement of North and secession movement in South More to exasperate tie two sections against each other More to throw All our political parties into confusion of sectional animosities More to disturb peace of country and More to undermine basis of sectional Good Fellowship upon which a Ione Union can stand than Seward and All Massachusetts abolitionists put together and including All their abolition labors of a Quarter of a i Eveis aders in Loii Doii a correspondent of Cleveland review writing from London under Date of August 12th, says Quot Clev Elanders who Are Here Viz a Handy j. Gill a. H. Barney John l. Severance Charles Rawson b. Brownell w. Dodge judge Abbey s. W. Johnson John Martin 0. Crittenden and your Humble servant leave for Paris tonight to attend grand fete 15th.�? nothing new of vessels. Grand Turk is Here chieftain left to Load for Danube Chas. Walker is loading for Cleveland with Salt sailed 11th, inst. With assorted cargo for Cleveland Corlett amp Wubben Are Here. Yours truly Jas. H. vessels referred to in this communication Are understood to be Vess a a whith loaded m Lake ports with cargoes for Liverpool and which of a a Ourse 6d out of St. Lawrence in safety. On of them it so Ems from this account is re loading there for Danube. A i of Mai a has Febi presi Dency of Thok y amp a company which he his held for Sebeil year Sti Road As Public have Alry Ady Beeh informed Bas passed into hands of a in Mceiver who it i said As commenced paying operative of Road for claims past due payments for a be tooth of Hay was made a few Days a inc. glad ened hearts of inane. Ill a Quot a a a i have offi right to Nietert directed to Crisp tiers ii Thein charge.? this question is Wing tested in United states Fiquet in mass., Liy a convict of a Ftp prison Wio has sheriff for Strong enmities Quot which . Slavery question Ever engender in . Southy c. Mclay so social a Alibi i have made. Him always a favorite with tree magnanimous portion of slaveholders. On Kentucky River at base of one of those immense ledges of Peipei Idich la a , which give that Stream most us bump and picturesque scenery where Fayette county joins Madison or. Cd a in s Nar Tive Coli qty flows one of purest streams of water in All land. Here for Many years parties of. Gentlemen from both counties have been . Habit of meeting in most social and us reserved manner upon Liat is called a Quot burnout Quot a a sort of Camp so up made of fish turnips red Pepper much relished in West As chowder Iti new England with interludes of cigars old Bourbon and . On such of. Casinos All come United High and Low Rich and poor and a general Joli fiction ensues. A few years since on one a of these occasions vice president John c. Breckinridge Dudley bruces Hunters and other Good Fellows being present it was proposed to go in Bat a ing and for Many Yards River was splashing with Good and bad swimmers playing on each other All sorts of tricks. In midst of All to lib fun came terrible cry Quot a Ixia i is drowning Quot this was or. Willis of Madison county whose family had been most bitter enemies of c. M. Clay. The four or five men who were nearest him fled to Shore in great terror and immediately from a score or More persons cry or. Clay was about fifty or sixty Yards above but imme Diat Elji swam Down Swift Stream to where Willis had sunk no ver to Rise again of his own Effort and seizing him by hair at Arm s length swam towards Shore keeping face of nearly insensible Man under water. He was called to on All sides to raise Willis head above water but knowing that life of both depended upon keeping drowning Man from seizing hold of swimmer he proceeded calmly with out till he placed his charge safely on land then turning to his officious advisers who had fled from danger which they left to others he said Quot next time if you want his head raised above water raise it yourself Quot univ i Sal Call for Clay in this emergency showed that great and unquestioned Confidence which All who knew him place in his quiet courage and magnanimity of soul and end proved that it was not misplaced. Willis and family became thenceforth his life journal. Destructive fire at Valparaiso. We learn from Marshall county Republican of 1st inst., that a destructive fire took place at Valparaiso on monday night last. It says fire first caught in Odd Fellows Hall about 2 o clock on tuesday morning and was result of Accident a Brick Block was destroyed. The following Are losses b. F. Schenck building .<53,500, insured for .$2,500 s. G. , building $4000 Abel Isham building $700 Calkins amp bro., dry goods damaged by removal s700 s. 11. Bryant drugs damaged by removal $300 h. Loomis drugs damaged by removal .$300. Total loss $7000. Both printing offices were saved but slightly damaged by removal. Of Philadelphia press says Quot administration democrats of Texas have had a severe contest against old san Jacinto and have been whipped. The candidate who ran against Gen. Houston was regularly nominated and ran upon platform of or. Buchanan and yet in Constitution of this morning there is an article claiming that Gen. Houston who was elected Over administration democrats of Texas is a fast Friend of Imp. Buchanan a it is notorious that Houston has always publicly expressed greatest contempt for of Quot i he great Eastern beats Ark. Here is a compares pm from an Exchange of sizes of two putting Twenty one inches and a half Ark. Length Between Perpetu Dic ulans feet.547 breadth91.16 Debth. 54.70 keel or length for tonnage,492.31 tonnage according to old Law tons. 31,762 a Quot Cubit Quot at it. Eason g80 83 58 630.02 23,092 by a lost a Idle St. Johns n. F. Aug. 27. The nomination of Charles Lenox White As envoy extraordinary to Central America and rumoured cession of territory of Honduras to great Britain had Given Rise to impression that English government was seeking to strength ton its position in that Quarter of world. Sir w. Ousley is about to be recalled. The arrangement for great Cricket match in America Between pickled players of both countries have been finally completed. The English players will leave England for America 7th of sept. Capt. Pember of ship John Fife had been arrested for shooting dead a Seaman named Jno. Mcarthur. Latest by Telegraph from London 17th. A proposal has been made on behalf of or. Lever to charter steamship great Eastern for a voyage out and Home from great Britain to America. 20,t 00 pounds is offered. Of Banc. A triumphal entry into Paris of army of Italy on 14th, passed off with great eclat. The streets were crowded to excess. All Public buildings and Many private residences were decorated and illuminations in evening were on grandest scale. The soldiers having standards taken from enemy received ovations. The emperor it is said to have been coldly received in More democratic quarters of Paris. 5 = 0n sunday evening a grand Bank ii t was Given by emperor Princi a chiefs of army at theolb of briquet a Nike Rivoir Iliade speech a id distributed Medais tall who were a Gnagi Edmini ital Barf Cangimi a. A is a in Orthe Day of fete Bojt done up amp ads of 1,100 Hadi Tiben Seii Tenc and lamp re cd Ami ii of Var Luiis Crite a full and entire amnesty to pc ii is sen i tended for political Quot Bare aces and Quot who h a been objects of any Quot measures i Ken Quot Foi Public Security. A ministerial crisis is Quot no t yet Over it was reported that new Constitution will 1>b characterized by principle of decentralization by re establishment of representing provinces by prerogatives Given by aristocracy and lastly by a strict Catholic spirit. has accepted comr Mand of All . Forces in Central Italy. He had arrived at accounts from Vine Yards Are unfavourable. At Milan on 14th municipality inaugurated statue of Napoleon by can ova in place Beera in presence of Marshall Valliant sardinian authorities and a Large concourse of j eople. In tuscan National convention Deputy Ginor proposed that Assembly declare dynasty of House of Lorraine in Tus Jiny. It was unanimously supported by representatives but discussion wiu5 postponed. It is reported that French government has a desp it itch to great declaring that France will not assist self elected princes to return to their dominions by Force nor will she permits Austria or any other Power to afford them military Aid for that purpose. death of King of Prussia was expected hourly. All princes and ministers have been no attempt was to conceal from Public near approach of his death. New Youk 29.�? superintendent of Canada Telegraph cos lines telegraphs As follows. The relation to effect of Aurora bore alies Between Quebec and further Point last night. The line was in perfect working order from 8 o clock last till 1 o clock this morning to get an intelligible form about 400 words of report per Steamer India for associated press and at latter Spur so completely wore wires under in fluence of Aurora boreal is that it was found utterly impossible to communicate Between Telegraph station and line had to be closed. The same Dii faulty prevailed As far South As Washington. evidently an in Endia i new Stork a ast 31. The Here this Mol he from ? Nissan n. P. August 26 th., among passengers it governor Bauley of Nas Sau. 3 he steamship Asia sailed by Liverpool at noon to a with upwards of $100,000 in specie. A Steamer Bavaria has been signalled below she left Southampton on 18th., and her advices have anticipated. T he steamship a Riel from Havana and Southampton arrived Here at Midnight her advices Are to 17th, and have been anticipated Washin Toni Aap ast 31. According to dispatches received at Navy department dated 13th., inst., minister Mclane was summer at City of san Andreas and would return to Vera Caniz on first of september. Two frigates and one French Brig of War were at sacrifice of. The sick list of Saratoga was slowly increasing but Captain hoped by careful attention to stay Progress of disease Alth it go it was in midst of sickly season. Oswego n. Y. Aug., 31.�? Niagara House was destroyed by fire to Day loss amounted to $8,000 on which there is an insurance. Evenin Over Albany aug. 27.�?flora Temple beat Princess at Saratoga course to Day three straight time 2.30. I 2.34, 2,34. Wash Kutok 29.�?several respectable journals have denied truth of statement of Washington reporter of assistant press that Vincennes and Marion Are included in african Squadron As arranged by Secretary of Navy. The Vincennes has been out Twenty one months and Marion sixteen. Secretary Thompson has returned to Washington. All members of Cabinet Are now Here with exception of Secretary Floyd. St. Johns aug. 30. The Steamer Jason from Gal Way on 20th has arrived bringing 3 Days later advices. L0sd021.�?consols 95 a a 955 for Money and account. Money Market slightly easier. The Turich conference in a state of masterly inactivity. Nothing of importance had yet been done. The Empress Eugenia of France was Enceinte. The National Assembly of Tuscany declare that former dynasty must not be recalled. The Modena National Assembly was taking Strong grounds for establishment of National Liberty. M. Found has accepted dictatorship of Parma. The work on fortifications at Koenigsberg which was suspended on announcement of peace has been vigorously resumed. Cardinal Antonilli had resigned presidency of counsil of Rome. He retains Secretary ship of state. The King of Prussia had rallied his strength and was expected to linger on for a time. The Steamer great Eastern is to leave on third of sept. On her trial trip. Political affairs in England were quiet. Richard Cobden has been in London. A grand demonstration was Given to him by his Rochdale constituents. The amnesty. Of political prisoners of France granted by emperor on occasion of triumphal entry of troops into Paris created Surprise but gave general satisfaction. Loiuis Blanc had refused to accept of it. London saturday nbon.�? austrian plenipotentiary announced at Turich banquet that he had Strong Hopes of Early Success of confers since in arranging amicable terms. A tuscan Assembly received with great Bani a forever House of hapsburg. Quot rumours have been received from. Paris stating that generals Canrobert and Neil had not been confirmed As senators. India.-r- Calcutta mail of 16th of july had been telegraphed i la Ling of Gude had been released. 1. R five thousand of european troops at Calcutta had accepted of As tendered Thorn by British gov t. Liven it of a Betti atarf8.r. S. Amp to a circular reports favourable Harvest Prosperi flour mkt is quiet Iamb re can >brand9 quoted at 12s@12s 3dwbk at firm a cd French qualities love slightly 4�o4y an ced West red quoted at and White at.98@dik6d. I a amp in he a to Cir Liping tendency Diol Ders offer freely to Shaw no r4ispaib�o Iob Presa gales mixed so a it Fox Doir Sturdi Jurj Iio Obiri a paid Detroit an. 31. Major Jonathan Kwh Riley a resident of this City for Over 40 years and a prominent actor in Early history of Michigan died this morning. Mawson wis., 31.�? Republican convention to Day nominated Alex Randall incumbent for governor. Vote stood for Randall 118, Schwarz 4?, scattering 23. St. Louis 31.�?a special dispatch to bulletin says that express from Denver City with dates to 24th inst., reached Leavenworth to Day. The Richness of new diggings at head Waters of South Platte is confirmed but prospects of profitable mining Are not flattering owing to Distant location roughness of roads and Dif Licu ties in procuring supplies. Four Quartz Grinders Are in successful operation in Gregory Valley. The express brought a Large Quantity of Gold dust. An Indian fight took place on 13th inst., on Banks of running water Between Sioux and pandas. 11 of latter were killed and Many wounded. New Youk 31.�?an arrival furnishes advices from port a Prince to 15th inst. Business was Dull during week. Five vessels had arrived and four sailed. Accounts of dullness of Trade Are received from Aux Cayes and from Cape Hay tres. The Stock of provisions at Jeromie was almost exhausted on 8th of aug. When a Small Supply was received from capital Coastwise. President Gilford had approved of Hay Tien Tariff enacted by corps legislate Iff on 30th of july last. The Steamer Bavaria arrived at 4 o clock this afternoon. She left Southampton on 17th inst. Her advices Are anticipated. The Bavaria passed Capo race on 27th in latitude 50, Longitude 20, ship Savannah from Liverpool to Philadelphia. On 22nd latitude 60 and Longitude 25 Steamer Ocean Queen hence on 26tb. Latitude 46 Longitude 50 Steamer City of Manchester hence on 27th. Latitude 46 Longitude 54, Steamer Persia. Kefauver was arrested to Day by special mail agent Moore on charge of rifling letters at Centerville p. 0., in Chamberlain co., of Money. A hearing of Case will be had on fifth of september. Washington 31. A letter received in this City from Vera Cruz states that minister Otway has been ordered by British government to a Vail himself of leave of absence granted and surrender charge of legation to or. Mathews Secretary of legation. Ably written circulars have been addressed to Ocampo governor of several states of Mexico impressing upon him necessity and importance of enforcing recent reformatory decrees of constitutional government. Nothing concerning Between Gautama a and great Britain former ceding a Large extent of territory to latter has reached this government in an official form but it is known that adn ministration is not an indifferent observer of events in that Quarter. Numerous applications Are pending for Deputy Marsha ship for taking next census but no a intents will to made until further legislation by can Gross. I Lieut. J. J. Bayle has been ordered to proceed to Panama to report to Flag office Montgomery for duty As naval store keeper and Quot of stores. New York september 1st. A Amer Africa from Liverpool thai 20th Arri cd Here at .11 o clock this her commercial advices Haye been anticipated by Ait Ival of a a Ksen at St. John. The papers received furnish following additional advice than Vaerie Eon trained in St Johnd ils patches. It i a Iru Moir a at to Marti Halls a Duel in a which iih9ila to a killed Long Tonding trial of or. Bmith rat Midi Jiff Bav at Bich Moisid he was sentenced to be Buie Usteski Jimr Ompie a Ith Quot Tel show id or. Smithurst had got with min at theh a line a i amp Law Ftp i i Dofi Btu a teed to Algena Lind Quot Gumma to Quot let Lack political Exilas. Quot of Paris correspondent of London news intimates that it news a la of a ital had Inch to do with pm in its a Nasty and that of can Yin Quot out peace of Villa Franca Iri Cubi a ii a with views of Austria had Imide a Leon reflect seriously on necessity of rallying men of All parties about Hir. Standard. 1�? suit of state Quot against Penna. R. R cd for pay ment of tonnage tax has been on trial for last two Days. Judge Pearson delivered an Able open ii this morning deciding suit against to hts company. New York sept 1.�? Ste amp sax Onia sailed to Day for Liverpool with 150 passengers there was no specie on Board. During a Squall last night yacht de. A owned by or. Rosevelt was capsized in sound two Young ladies were drowned one of which was Julia Waterbury daughter of Samuel Vaters my esq., of this City and other miss Craven. P0rtsm0�oth, n. Ii sept.l�? frigate Cumberland from Africa arrived Here yesterday. Bostok sept. 1�? a. Amer. State committee have determined to Call a state convention for nomination of Independent candidates. . Lane in a private letter says in relation to presidency that he is Content to place himself into hands of his friends and will take no step to bring himself before people As a candidate. J Edge Douglas intends leaving washings ton on monday next and proceeding of a in Pittsburgh to attend u. S. Agricultural fair at Chicago on 12th inst. It in now probably that he will be Able while of his Way to comply with request of democratic state Central committee of Ohio to canvass that state As far As to deliver several speeches. Gov. Willard of Indiana and gov. Sibley of Minnesota Are at National hotel. Sex senator Soule of Louisiana is also in this City. New 0ulean a 1st.�? Steamboat messenger from Memphis to new Orleans took fire run ashore scuttled and sunk near Bayon Sara to Day. The passengers and cargo consisting of Cotton were saved. Five stores on Tcha Mitoulas Street were were burned this afternoon they were filled with whiskey and produce. Loss Estitia Ted at $100,000. Henderson by 1st�?louis Leonard shot we. Elam a wealthy Fanner of this Vicinity through breast last Kis situation is critical. Leonard has been arrested. Elam was democratic candidate at late election for a Slat ure. _ St. Louis 1st.�? Steamboat York state belonging to Alton packet company Sank at Madison 14 Miles above Here this morning. The boat is a total loss. Central Italy. General Garibaldi arrived on 16tli last. At Modena. It is confirmed that he is charged with command of tuscan army. The fete of Napoleon was celebrated at Florence by a solemn mass at Cathe dral at which ministers members of National Assembly and officers of staff were present France Friday 19th.�?yesterday a conference took plaice Between Plen Poten it diaries of France Ani Austria. A Messen a Ger from French Cabinet had arrived Here and had again departed for Paris. Paris Friday aug. 10.�? Moni Telf this morning announces that their Imperial majesties arrived yesterday at Tarbes and proceeded to Villa of m. Fould they were received with great enthusiasm by Quot people. _ Vienna Friday 19.�?since return of emperor to Vienna no Council of ministers still in Power has been held. The official Wiener Zeitung contains a list of numerous military promotions Mader on account of Battle of Solferino. It is stated that minister of Interior Baron bulb will be appointed ambassador at Rome. Other changes in Cabinet Are expected to take place. A letter from Vienna says some of regiments of army of Italy which were to have returned have received counter orders and will regain in Venetia. This he been construed by some As an intention a it part of Austria to make an armed intervention shortly in duchies but information derived from a Good source refutes any such intention on part of Imperial government. The Imperial family it of Austria shows greatest sympathy for deposed say Ereign and is making every diplomatic exertion to procure their restoration. A second councilor at Ched to these of austrian plenipotentiaries and new dispatches have been forwarded to count Colloredo on subject of measures to be adopted for effecting As soon As possible much dreaded restoration of .Airch Dukes. Mew York septem Lier 1. One of most successful efforts at ideality Ever heard of was brought to Light yesterday in this City. It a that a shar�3r.in Pim Eijiu advertised for a num re a Young go South to fill situations As Teache Rapf Wikeen Young women we re acceded liar advertiser they weird t6 hate re a Tive employment in a famines of a try Southern planters and in eve try if pet Tir future prospects were of tie Mafe amp to Teri a description. Tit was so pay St Pola by i i i a

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