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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - July 30, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana Ewtou Puu Ligush Ami Altol Ulet jul established As a whig journal a d to the Union the Constitution and Laws. volume 19. Fort Wayne Allen Indiana Satu my evening july 30, 185y. Nth Mujer 49. Fort Wayne to Fly. The ii ext to the Lata gubernatorial cent fit says the Richmond a whig the opposition party in Virginia covered in self Willi glory. Though Noni in idly Defeated it was substantially determination at All hazards to maintain the Union As our dithers had framed it. Whigs can not object to this designation for thu Union of the whigs or the Sake of the Union bus Ever been a cherished sentiment with them. Ameri cans will not dissent from it for it is consistent with All their patriotic purposes. Conservative i american and English prejudices. Thu recent speech of or. Dallas. American minister to England at l ratty of English and americans at London on the Lute 4th of july and no less Lac speech of lion. Kichard so recently Lac Guus of the people of this Side democrats and Union Loving Licup Picans y a very numerous assemblage. Larg-.-. Bodies Are always More or less tumultuous. We want a. Deliberative Assembly and to should prefer that it should not be larger than our House of ice legals. But care should be taken scud none but Pru Dent thoughtful men to it. Let this convention Mark out the line of policy be pursued by the opposition parly and when the presidential con Tost opens we can have another convention such As the last Richmond meeting to arouse the pen Pic to action to kindle a spit it of enthusiasm and to strike terror Init the hearts of our Adversa Ries. We Are satisfied that the great obstacle li.1 the ing under i Flagon which Are emblazoned Llu stars and stripes of on whole country and of again keeping step to Cluj music of the Union. If in the opinion of Liat great Patriot and statesman a necessity existed in 1830 for such a Union parly How much greater is the necessity in 1830 thu danger was Only anticipated now it is an existing fact. In 18-00 the far sighted Clay descried thu dangers of sectional strife in the dim now our ears arc stun cd by the Clang of the present conflict of Section Al organizations. The strife is upon us the Dan much that the heretofore prejudices which our people Hud against the British government and that people against our government Are fast Pas sing away warm and cd during closely succeeding. Friendships in the beginning thu whole people of England of Hon. E. Ii. Chamberlain whom lion. Charles Case twice voted Lor As the democratic nominee for Congress from this District us for b1il Road stockhoidek3. In this Day of railway swindles or rather were far sympathies the polity of Ibe Natii of allegiance Here George the 111. While subjugation the people of Thlin should be against Hon. Samuel Brinton deceased has for i Means arc daily being i hid several years last past been Irving to save him old to the capital Slock of rail Side from by writing his opinion son a silly Ellis such a certain questions and As his latest act of the my is is re us Lills honest mind kind has published in Lac Goshen demo Jas a Juno to suffering vegetable Oral his dissenting manifesto on gun. Cassim i pc a us such a signal application Fer and Leclerc letters on the question of inter National Law relative to what Protection the u. Should afford a naturalized citizen who while he owed a duty to his native country should his colonies on tin Side the Atlantic. Such was Pitt s warning to the War party and his warning seemed Tail Given with the inspiration of prophecy and from that Day to this there has been More of throbbing in the English breast for our people and our from thai Day to this there has been gradually declining in the breasts of or i Conlu that hostility which was he nto service by his native Ellis same thing has been done by others in tenths of whom and among them Hon. Jim ii. To the Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad and its management we give it a place. Our people feel the Force of the phrase Blind from the Cir Vork times. By id investments. A few Days Sirce several prominent holders of railway shares in the City of Albany received an Anonymous circular to the us fact that private . Or. Mackay in his new Bonk about America gives the following specimens of words Lylial have Lohn America their original English meaning to if cram Means to agitate vex or trouble i thus in is said of a senator in confess Ilia lie i v is re pm w by the great question he is about to the mail ship Moses Tny lol Brin. Forward or that much incr the California mails of thu oth inst. She brings Ciril. By an attack upon Bun in newspaper. In Gold. Or flu Means a Clever Man. Or a i York july 27. Or has arrived with Man of tale ii a could in America be called Man. The United states frigate Roanoke was at As. Pim Vall. Much excitement Hud been occasioned of tiie discovery of _ images and Coin in the in the i Sis Sipriand Graves in the Ching an District. Ohio is that the cup twin and clerk me hundreds had gone there to prosecute the eleven is 1 on the line and for this reason and already several thousand dollars Worth had agreeable to the a Les i c Tecci Means amiable and a on the isthmus on account Clever rape n is one Olio is 1v Allan list Nul i c 11 polite to Bis passengers. To and a most world a Linlor left Asp Wall on the if Lull is at our doors. The Leader of the Curili Pirn Lac Days of 7u. Portion has announced that there i Essie con lick Between the North and the South a conflict which must continue to rage in Lille buttliere prejudice Lias been of Infinita injury to both governments i some of which diplomacy was made necessary til the wheat and Rye fluids of the North Are filled Lul l 10 " hers Coati Nuudi until bitterness by slave labor or the Cotton and Rice Fields of the became apparent. And no less a cause Lias South Are cultivated by the hands of White la c of do Ina Guus on thu men in Bis judgment we can no longer live in i l be balls of legislation and those Harmony together As our fathers did before us. On the Oiler hand the captains of the South editors of newspapers whose bread and Buttel have Ueen supposed to depend on their evidence Eru hosts Are arraying their forces not so much Truu americanism by seeming to hat for a contest in Llic if nit Aslo prepare the Way i that smacks of England either in her Toglou loft. In Nee we see them constantly aws or her commercial or National policy springing new questions and presenting i sues not with the Hope of obtaining a judgment of the people of the whole confederacy favourable to their views but for the purpose of widening the breach Between the sections inflaming t in popular mind and the nip me of the but in the Progress of years it is a Gladsome thing to feel and know that England is now closely Allied to us in that no govern ment there is Ever Likely to by instituted which can interrupt thu existing Harmony at least t iat would undertake to interrupt existing so much at heart. It were needless to Point out the consequences of such a conflict. They Are obvious to the mean est capacity. Our duty is if possible to Avert Mich calamity from our country. This can be done Only by prompt and cd Lucienl organization by calling Inlo existence a National Union Par Vii e arc no so to be feel As an insult intended those things which we once did. We can now see in England thu most enlightened government of the world in the other Side he water inc red u system of of the though not so Good As ours but Helle and where All the rights of the subject Are , by. Which under the Lead of men of head and i Iota promptly protected than even in ours. It heart and patriotism Broad enough to embrace the whole Union shall Appeal to the conserva Tive sentiment of the try and drawing re Cruls to its Standard from the Good men of All 1 Cartier shall secure for us a glorious Victory in and set inc Seal of popular approval in the Union a Floc opposition parly North and i Noble Sunli Nicol of the Illus Liotis it , lib a thu Mutual misunderstanding which exists As Erly and Union now and Fure Vur one and Yusep i endorsement of this monstrous outrage of a in spirit of our Laws the Lias a Coralic administration. A to the Stenli melt of the two sections. In the South All Northern men Are set Down As but Little belter than abolitionists. In the North All Southern men Are regarded ils fire enters Filli bunkers and adv Cali a of the Afi mean slave Trade. All ibis is erroneous. The conservative element is powerful and can soon be made predominant in Bolh sections. A in later us each other s views is All that is Neci scary to ensure is the Only True government on the european in is irom whom we received our language religion proc Slang like ours and now though she was a cruel should and would As she is Good and the first though not seeking any entangling alliances 10 do the part of a Strong au-1 enlightened i not n tip cation of voluntary return to the Juris diction of the native Sovereign of the aggrieved there being impressed because owing a duly before and at the time of leaving without the consent of his Sovereign. And Chamberlain so ignorant in the same direction As to make the Ivos Iza Case a Nise As we hic Totore showed of an austrian subject by birth but then a. Citizen of the u. S., As decided having been taken in the port of Smyrna in the jurisdiction of Turkey Anu not under austrian colors. Hear How sir. Chamberlain Boa Stingly per pct utes his published ignorance. Jul even this abandonment of principle even sacred is not the worst feature of the letter of Secretary Cass. Ils tameness and Usilla Nimitz of spirit. L he every vein where and partisan scr Lily have nol palsied ils Eirc Lalion. As a member of Congress and a Democrat no act of mine gave me such proud satisfaction us the Voles i gave in approval and commendation of Commodore Ingraham. For his Noble and heroic vindication of this great Citrin Chilili in tie Rescue of Martin Koszla from the blood hounds of austrian despotism. Asa Democrat unduly coup be required of me that i would Pel Turin Willi such alacrity As to cil. Jul there arc multitudes of no prominence j " cant Only blushed and innocent As i Here i Cru upon the assailants killing one Man who hold railway shares and the i re thousands who would still it More re i and wounding five others Horatio Lvon tha Conn no intelligent onion him of to say of a Man that he was a. Blessed in la most cases Large where any dividend at All is and that the per be Nunge declared is usually the same from year to year whatever thu receipts of the Road Nav have been. That South a advices from Valparaiso american citizen in Justice to myself my country my forefathers and posterity and paternity i cannot forbear to give this feeble lit Lerance to my inexpressible Abhorrence of this Ilrine. Nor is this All. We find the whole Hep Fly to her ivs Cue should her government be assail sum convention of Minnesota on the m the sectional Republican parties and the Victory of Milller will be fraught with peril to All the Bright Hopes of of Tedoni and happiness which chec Reil our fathers in the darkest hours of the Kevii Liolion. Now is Llie Lime for action. Let Virginia take Harmony of sentiment and Unity of Naclion. Let l e initiative. Sho has earned by her Noble us then make known inn opinions to our Nurith struggle in May Lasi a title to be Leshci of Nelly Orn brei run Lei us speak to As pin to by her Sisler Stales. Delay is dangerous. Nans Bill us Alliots not As sectional men but if the movement he postponed until Oiler panics As men who love our whole country and Ynve acted Ami men have Hern Coll milled in will without such a third parly the contest must de or threatened. England can t be assailed with i july .30, co milling the same leg re ious Blun Iio waged Between the sectional Demoe Ralle and lit an injury to us and we would doubtless at isl la Iel. Once will the pow Crof our army and Navy speak Ulaj Tyllo any attempt to her who was our be rarely bears any decent relation to the dividends awarded. If they relied Al All they must see that they have made their investments blindly. Their Money been paid Tor lamp or horses or Molg Ariex on real estate or stale Stucks Uley cupid by at no loss in estimating the amount of value not so in regard to railway . Properly invested in railways and especially in Large railways like Lac new Vork Central and the Erie Nusl by c a rolled by men beyond the reach of must of the in i Lars lines of policy Are pursued which Are past limping out by nine in ten of those most interested and in n word a Geni Ial system of secret despotism is established which the hapless stockholders Are apparently powerless either to nil Casl incl or to . The president of the Road i their sol Lan Alliey Are Bis mutes bound to Busti ing one another it his nod. 11 is Inci Storc natural thai the stockholders should be easily imposed upon. They arc limit us children in the dark. Nothing but the Light can make them sensible for Nul Hing bin the Light can make them free. The discredit brought upon our financial Ali Julif Lulin or Wal Iota signifies him flown 1 exaggerated and bombastic in Spee Sirur writ lure to Llla 27tl i he now French ship Mozambique has been oth of Passyn lured by the Savages. The accounts from Peru state that the revolt thu receipts of the Road Mav have been. That the now French ship Mozambique has by such a Saleo flings May be permanent they a urge a display an oui itrel of expend lure wrecked on the armarion coast on Tho oth have some Faith Boi oof More Hope. Yet they create a sensation Usi Iong the cannot Bill observe that the Market Price of their i " in Nessus. J " i la " and b sailors and one pass Stock no matter How prominent the Road Mav i or vanish. Perished. The entire cargo was Plundo j Lle a Lorynne. Tii Cun Jar a Dandy or swell Iii ii Ham false Irei ended. I Tui a is u in Kriculi in. A spite. Tonary movements of col. A Bellus were still con Lin Neil. Castilla Hud the Miller u evidently the Parent of this expression. I have been said a lady several declensions to dinners Yuul the word is equivalent to refusal by it seems la mean refusal Lor reasons assigned a Ileal Imilsi e. I Ulm. False or Sham said 10 be derived from the name of a Man in Feit notes meeting a bogus baby a bogus senator a convention. A very common phrase in Amer Ica til express a he ail enthusiastic Pel Sun. In 1 Ivd s Saiu no timid a the lira Tiaw of a Torio go for Isselin is a a Lalim abroad and upon our general in .clv.sts, s Ofosu of inc bulls in a principal by the perpetual fluctuation leading rail a , is a whole Way valtiei., Lias Ginoli this matter a Public no sole i most u Nasonal importance. It Lias become the jail Uhn in the i. C. Right in null Iii of Lac press and must be dealt with by the Eye the press. In is quite Lime that the whole Viies i a slight or Ronlov cry. Lion of railway properly and railway manage i Nish a Mullieu Winons exit. A Knock blown blow. Inter mind to declare War against Equador and proposed leading his forces in per son. Sackville n. July 27. The following Are the principal items of no ivs by the Europa the steamers and Kii Guroo arrived out on the i3th. The Ocean Queen reached Southampton on the huh and thu Persia on saturday the Leith. The treaty of peace is fully confirmed but no further particulars have transpired beyond Tho i not that the princes of Tuscany and Molena to return to their states. The result of the treaty is generally misprinted in England. The emperor n apis icon was on his Way Home. To pm i to reach Paris on the Isle insl., when further details of the treaty will probably be cherish the Union As on filters of Tanh dil. We have reached an Ini crosling i i is in the history of our pm try. The disintegration of old parties is Oft i in in pub tic sentiment. Parties arc Ihu age he Loo Laic Are pc will be but Lalea ners in tin held. So Tilcia that thu Anil the i South men in America should i Laken up silted and misunderstand each other. Let Virr speak by i ulu sri of Ami by Way of Friendly admonition to her sister slates of the live no doubt that aggressions be made j on Only free government of should in the Mij Esly of As before Sta de name the lit Nils to invaders and if expression and cell Oacy ire Kivin to Public Opin. Ocl in a Willi and dignify Loun Ion. When they Mcasy to represent fairly the opinion of the country Lime must place to others thai will Rell rail. Old parties Are my broken up and every tiling is at the most Sisters of the North. Lul her Mutual for Beniram a Ami a spirit of Mutual conciliation and Concession. Let her do nothing own sense of self respect or thai Wou in Alt see Lional strife to a spirit of Quirmo by and Concool and to live together in Unity ils our fathers lived. Lei her invite our Siller states of tins whole Union to meet her in National convention Al a pledged to that policy of fraternity which alone can Blutig Back our country to the condition in which i it was left by the killers of the such an Appeal will nol be unheeded. Conservative men n Orth and South Are anxiously look hazards and to the last extremity. Hut in we find ourselves disappointed we Liall us least have the proud i scions Ness that have done our duty and that ice Are guiltless of our country s blood.4 if in thu face of such an Appeal As this men sagacious men Are at a loss to form even a ration Del acl in the slightest degree from her own fair Al conjecture Ailo Iho future. This f an important discovery by the Public at Lar for it requires but a very slight knowledge of newspapers to know that their Success depends not so much upon thu ability of individual writ ers As upon Llie tact and generalship of their conductors. A newspaper is in fad almost us much the production of one mind As a Book for a lady and Shes the new a veil news in this Vicinity chanced to be Hii Thini an natural but unseen by rach Oiler separated by a ledge of rocks. A mischievous boy exchanged one pile of clothes for the Oiler. Their and embarrassment emerging from the water Mav better he imagined there to elucidate and give Point to what would Thor Rise by obscure and i the onion to re establish Iho a Alincic Between the Stales and the general gov j restore Harmony to a distract cd country Ilo was of the opinion that no exist ing organization could effect this patriotic object and to remarked that there was an obvious propriety in the now party s assuming a name expressive of its purposes. Lie proposed therefore to baptize it As Tho fit Tunai Union As indicative of a anti sectional policy and of its under Twenty Ono Yourn of nge weighing r girl pounds in Lich chum Knox county on one Day dining Hurve St she followed and kept up with a Snidle All Day binding one Hundred and sixty dozens Large bundles of Oats. Shu said Sho could have bound Tea Hundred if ibo cruder could Lavu Cut Thuu. They Aro proposing to Osu Blishok an Asylum for Inbur Catob at Baltimore. He new Albany Ledger spiking of the Tirigi of being loused in j a prison says i during one night within he lust few weeks it is stated that not u is than one Birds assembled at a House went of Tho fall ing run Bridge. It was there Tho rascals concocted their schemes for pilfering which have m much annoyed our citizens fro among Iho advantages of being located in thu immediate Ity of u state prison Lor which our Northern friends arc contending vociferously. If they would take away the one at Poiror Sonville they would receive own Jtj of this Community Hall. The tax payers of this county Are obliged to contribute from their labor or As much As they pay for schooling their offspring educate the children of other people. Are they willing to endure this iniquitous exaction for generations because their proportion of the most of u convention May Are there one Hundred in the county who by any Appeal to their puny prejudices or fears ran be induced to Vole against an Ellort to Reform an abuse so monstrous and in a i addition to the Sboro we add that the same argument applies to Allen of Hud n few t Onalu , Lodi Milan min Rio Montant Paisa pcs Hiera Poilu pm one Hobbit san in forgo Sanchia pcs a. Solferino Suzita Ticino Torino Tortona Valenza Vercelli Vertina Vigevano Vincenza Vochum Coo room 2 Cas Leel Yona sehm a 2 Cor-Nab-1-.i, 2 Frasse net to j Loo i i Layn Yah in 2 mail Jii a 2 , in Lan 2 min Clit of 1 mud in i 2 no vol j 1 i Al Lail i la acc ii. 3 a Iki i Rah i 1 on la 1 j he following from the Pittsburgh dispatch is in to safes. We elsewhere i from the known Liim jamu., Wood co., com mini Lii the tale i of messes Barnes o Liis cily. We Are Salimi Eil that the sales of messes. I i Are really what Olliev Are sold fur i not Heivly shells Bill in Stantial safeguards lire. Messes. I in Lily to Llu in entire reliability from of their Lile Prool in allies As they hive twice saved books and valuable papers from lire by entrusting i hem to Iliescu sales but Loero was no necessity for the publication of Ili Eil letter among oui own citizens Tor messes Gurlitt Barnes have been Lor in tile business and their safes have All enviable Ivy ulalious Amous us. Persons abroad de ii aug Good safes Sli Ould Send for their list of h Lin 2 1 disc a 1 Sulia acc no w drop Penni in it Soo ski i to Chi b no 2 to Rel no 2 tur tit iia 2 2 weeks ago a table showing How much school Money is collected annually in Allen a t How much under the provisions of the Constitution goes out of the county to Supply Dellcie Ces in other Huvil lost Tho figures we have to Omil them will again Supply ourself with the data and give them to the people in support of u Constitution. The duty is imperative nearly for one to vote fur u new Constitution Al the election. Bow to Denis yet. The old Rule l on the 25th of july your Tonips wet or is nut far out of the was for thu common Giuld varieties yet it should not lie forgotten that it very Good crop is frequently raised from seed sown so late even As the end of August. The amount of yield will depend upon Iho length of open weather in autumn. Turn is will grow until not fully Frozen into the ground. For late sowing such a pick grooving varieties As Tho red top Sharp Leaf and the White Flat arc preferable. The Long White French the Ashcroft swedish and the River s swedish san bbl grow rapidly and though they Are larger when sown Early in july vet they acquired a Good size sometimes Quito Largo enough for table use when sown in the Host half of August or even litter. No directions for their cultivation Are needed. Scatter the seed not too thickly either broadcast or hotter in drills wherever open space can be found for it to grow. A slight covering Only is needed. With this is with other crops Iho belter the soil Tho belter Tho yield. Fresh or highly stimulating manures produce too much top it thou Pozyc of to Root. The Czar of Russia performed an act of lately which joined to the other Noble acts which have characterized his reign will endear i to his people. A Young girl count cited with i s wifi a was brutally outraged by a russian Prince after having indignantly refused every bribe. When the affair came to the ears of the Czar to immediately settled half the for tune of the Prince upon her compelled him to marry her and then at once issued a Mukase of divorce leaving her oni Ricly free. Gentleman Well informed of Tho mat Ter informs this Mollico that Large preparations Are being made at Kendallville for the Union fair on Lac huh with and Toh of october a Cal and that a huge Feuling favors it in thu District. U is certainly so in Allen county. Harvard College at last us Lakic Monif Are mint conferred the. Honorary degree of la. D. Upon b. Emerson. Of Ijo Slou Ilou. Cd o. P. , of Burlington Henry w. Longfellow of Cambridge l to. Lion. Charles Soni Ner. Of Boston. H is conferred the degree of d. Upon kit Cyrus a. Britol of Boson key. I Obaed s. Storrs of Brooklyn n7. Y., Hev. John c. Stockbridge of , and Rev Howard , of Xot Vork and the degree of m. A. Upon Hon. Albert Pike of Little Rock Ark Richard s. Ircy non a of Boston . Rolf of Lawrence and a Dosh Cimer of Buffalo. The a Ridge Over the Tennessee River it tar tcnn., was lately destroyed. It is feet Long and is one of Tho first in . One Hundred and forty candidates Havo pro minted Thorn elves Lor admission til Wavd uni prices sizes to. If suits. It Tsiu july 1m9. A no. 5 irom you fur on store Al Home Furnace near new Iton a which has proved entirely fire proof Lien in Len fire in which air was consumed on Somlay the 11th having no Means of sex the bad to remain a the Mere of the devouring element. However Whin All was Over and the. Sale removed we had it opened and found Safe not even the color or Siu of tire of Niiya Zhini eur trusted to ils Xaiv. Before ibis Occure Ticu we had Onu of your Steamboat sales of the Jed because his natural allies did not As was of peeled come to his assistance. Count favour Ami the sardinian Cabinet had resigned and h is reported that the reasons for this Stop were of account of the terms of pcac6 being in . Count has been charged with Ihu formation of a new Ca inet. Additional mows by the Europa. Let Las from Paris note much discontent then concerning terms of peace although peace itself Batista Eliell. The Paris Siegle objects to austrian influence which still is suffered to re main in and Calls for expulsion of Petty italian pi-inct-.s-, to Are but confederates of Aua . Napoleon on his arrival in France would proceed direct to is. Cloud deferring Hii official entree Inlo Paris till he makes it at thu head of tie army. I lie and King of Sardinia entered Turin on Ihu 8ih amid the enthusiastic acc Lauia of the people. A Pond Cal officially announces the conditions of the treaty of peace thus Austria and Fiance will support the formation of Tho italian confederation. Lombardy As far is tile line of Ihu Minco to be Given up Mantua pcs chier.1 and thu whole of Venolia remian to aus which was burned no our wlm if on the 7th of May last. On Movine and opening it the contents were found entirely these repealed tests of their reliability induce us to give his testimonial As an evidence of on entire in thu fire proof qualities of your renowned truly Vours. Jamks co. Sol. D. Bayless a few of those safes for Sale lie is also agent for the and new England fire Anil Marine insurance companies of Hartford Conn. These companies and safes Are reliable. Persons de siring to save their books papers or property the princes of Tuscany ainu Modena return to their Stales. A Universal am from loss or damage by lire would do to Call j la Nesly granted to Venetia. Correspondent of Ihu London times says three applications were made by Napoleon to Austria before she would consent. Overtures were made direct by Napoleon for the purpose of preventing Tho mediation of ecu iras. The same correspondent says the Pope to burned in effigy. Unfriendly feelings existed Between Napoleon and Victor a Bunuel. Thu Lallcer had Issue a proclamation to he people of a Mabardy announcing their annexation to Sardinia Acton Iii or. Bayless As Alliey can lie Down to pleas ant feeling when their Heads ure Jil Lowed that their papers and properly Are secure from thieves or the devouring elements of fire. A Railroad Accident occurred at Lima 0., of Tho night of thu 2jth inst., which i we give As e recur mud it from an Eyu witness. The Dayton and Michigan Railroad crosses Tho Peru for. Wayne and Chicago Railroad track. A t Abner 12 on tuesday night the engine of the Pitts Lorg Tiiu ran into the Dayton Anil Michi Gan train which was wailing for Exchange of pais engers lir living the baggage Oil the track and tiie front passenger car against the. Many times expressed and his to ameliorate their political con . Manue entered Milan on Tho 12th amid Tho enthusiastic i audits of thu citizens it is reported the it the French army commenced counter March and it was thought probable Ibe dismiss ii of Cardinal Antonelli would Follot ibis state of Altah-5. It was thought that Carabali was about to is. Sue a proclamation considered doubtful we other in would Lay Down arms. Up to the filth formation of hungarian legions had proceeded prosperously by Okjoo having joined. A letter from Rome of the sch says Tho Popo sent an autograph to Napoleon announcing Pia Forin and station House smashing the from i leu Nonini Itin to demand armed intervention. Part of the car. Thu passengers having vacated t uth Olic Powers. The car escaped uninjured. A Young who ived in Mansfield Ohio was killed having been caught Between the front part of the first Pas Senger car und Iho station House body was cry much mangled. Two other persons is ape with slight bruises. Tho express Agiu 01 Alouso of commons passed o the second Reading the Bill abolishing Church rates by vote to 1us, both houses cells cd the Tarcaly of Pence. Lord Nar. Sur to enquiry said nothing was known or mid Lye known its to the details of the treaty u. M. Train who was lying Down in the j to rent Vnod to Paris which would by baggage car was unhurt. The Pittsburg i about the 18ih. Sir homies Fraham called it ten motive was i damaged As to prevent the train j lion to formidable French us Ersnt Cherbourg and from making regular trip. The a m. Enki Tel with gun Boals for mantling troops. Gino received no injury. Thu Daylon cars by l sail that France had undo no extra or Railroad Law were entitled to Lac rigid of crossing j diary preparations therefore England had de Lisl Bill the Engineer of the other Irain i Asj mail we no explanations. He thought he saw thu Wiio Light limit. A is was Repera a from pms on Fri which is Tho signal of safety. The was Day thai Pitat Agil Aliou prevailed Milan that probably to Tho of Uio Mer 01. Is had Arisen at Venetia that i of Forini i
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